Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 22, July-December 1588. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1936.
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Earle, Hugh, 293.
Easley, captain, 364.
Eastland, Oostlandt, Easterling:
-, Low Country refugees in, 136; should pay for offensive in Flanders, 217; Modet to live in, to link churches with Provinces, 310.
-, 60 hulks of, stayed at Lisbon, 171.
-, Queen's warning to, against Spanish trade, ignored, 360.
-, Duvenvoordt returned from, 388.
-, See also Danzig; Elbing; Germany; Hamburg; Hanse towns; Lubeck.
Eaton, James, captain, lately with W. Stanley, Russel sends to England, 268–9; is not to be trusted, 306.
Ebrahim. See Ibrahim.
Ebrard, Anton, bishop of Cahors, 332.
Ecclesiastes, Coels' translation of, sent to Queen, 93, 143.
Ecourt, Gabriell van, 354.
Ede, Eede, Ee [Gelderland, Netherlands], 331; enemy will send men to, 345.
Ediguières. See Bonne, François de.
Edward I, king of England, 227.
Edwardes, John, 409.
Edzard II, count of Emden, Friesland, East Friesland, dispute of, with brother, 44; agreement being made, 156.
Eggenbergh, Rubert d', colonel, letter from, 222.
Egmont, Philippe, count of, prince of Gavre, Gavere, Gaveres, 88, 359.
Einchusen. See Enkhuisen.
Elbe, Elve, river, river of Hamburg:
-, English ships made inquiry about other ships in, 226–8.
-, Holland warship takes Dunkirker in, 350.
-, ordnance laded for Spain in, 360.
-, ships preparing for Spain in, 390.
Elbing, Elbinge, Melvyn [East Prussia. Germany], Rogers gets Danes to allow ships to pass to, 76; Sigismund III promises favour to English at, 308; Harborne at, 404.
Elizabeth, queen of England, her
Majesty, her Highness:
-, referred to, passim.
-, letters from, 40, 51, 81, 98, 141, 168, 180, 181, 217, 257, 268, 315, 318, 369, 372, 380, 383, 389, 397.
-, -, referred to, 10, 19, 21, 32, 38, 45, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 87, 90, 102, 104, 111, 113, 173, 208, 212, 224, 245, 248, 288, 300, 303, 304, 308, 309, 317, 327, 340, 349, 369, 372, 400.
-, letters to, 7, 9, 11, 15, 32, 86, 87, 93, 94, 103, 109, 110, 111, 113, 117, 132, 152, 157, 166, 207, 208, 224, 246, 287, 304, 308, 309, 369, 372.
-, -, referred to, 59, 66, 118, 119, 165, 166, 179, 245, 380, 383, 404, 406.
-, Roels sent Allen's book to, 2; Dale protests to Parma about book and bull, 33; its discovery greatly benefits, 46.
-, bull against, published at Salzburg, 60.
-, Don Carlo offers service to, 12, 14.
-, reports of plots against life of, 41, 274, 330; Eaton and Pekott may attack, 306.
-, has never coveted others' dominions, 52.
-, is well, 64; had a defluxion, 378.
-, Coels would present translation of Ecclesiastes to, 93, 143.
-, Ste. Aldegonde refrains from dedicating book to, 140.
-, Vere restored to favour with, 150.
-, Willoughby desires to see, 300.
-, E. Norris and Charles Blunt attendant on, 366.
-, court of, 223, 260:
-, letters dated at, 18, 25, 42, 50, 98, 142.
-, Don Carlo sends son to see, 12.
-, Papists at, plan to slay Queen, 41.
-, G. Ranzau visited, 78.
-, Eaton and Pekott should not be allowed at, 306.
-, de la Fay well received at, 335.
-, relations with Denmark:
-, Governors careful to let none serve Spain against, 76.
-, G. Ranzau eager to serve, 78.
-, See also Rogers, Daniel.
-, relations with France:
-, Henry III will declare his enemy, 1.
-, orders inquiry into assault on Placin, etc., 17, 22; examinations sent to Stafford, 86.
-, has not protested at French assaults on English, 24.
-, upbraids Gourdain, 98.
-, Châteauneuf writes of panic of, at Armada, 120; says that she levies Germans, 146; Lilly denies it, 147.
-, Mendoça demands that Henry should not aid, 121; demand printed, 153.
-, Stafford blots out words in Lilly's letter which might offend, 123.
-, Cardinal of Bourbon says desires to join filles repenties, 126.
-, Queen-Mother wishes were Catholic, 133.
-, attacks on, about Mary Stuart, printed afresh, 153.
-, Châteauneuf has not congratulated on victory, 221.
-, allows Châteauneuf to return awhile, 318; his request to, for leave to go, 337; wished him to stay, 355.
-, Navarre sends Clermont d'Amboise to, 6; Buzanval urges to send money to Germany, 53–4; he asks for recommendation from, for one sent to Boulogne, 63; Navarre sends Pujols to, 166.
-, duchess of Bouillon asks for licence from, 103; for salt, 414; wants loan from, 128; needs aid of, 179; asks Walsingham's opinion, 383.
-, Epernon offered Boulogne to, 310; reply to a letter from Epernon to, 406.
-, relations with Hamburg and Hanse towns:
-, instructions from, for Beale and Saltonstall, sent to Hamburg, 38–40; credentials for them from, 40.
-, answer from, to Sebastian à Bergen, 226.
-, should station ships off Hebrides to stop trade to Spain from, 310.
-, Hanse, etc., ignore warning of, against trading to Spain, 360; should urge Hamburg to stop the trade, 390.
-, Hanse Towns, etc., congratulate, 404.
-, relations with Poland:
-, Zamoiski desires alliance with, 224.
-, relations with Scotland:
-, sends money to James VI, 120; offered aid to him against Armada, 175. See also under relations with United Provinces.
-, relations with Spain:
-, exiled Papists expect Spain to weary out, 7.
-, prepares great sea and land forces against Armada, 11, 18; puts realm in good state of defence, 25.
-, reasons for expecting attack, 52.
-, said to be in a panic, 120.
-, said to levy Germans, 146; denied, 147.
-, will accept ransoms for Armada prisoners, 214; Parma's answer thereon, 321.
-, E. Norris urges to counterattack, 85.
-, passes warrant for her 'adventure' in Portugal voyage, 311.
-, practices of Philip II against, 335.
-, loyalty of Catholics to, during Armada, 360.
-, holds balance: should profit by it, 394.
-, talk of governor yielding Ceuta to, 395.
-, notes on relations with Philip II, 415.
-, the peace treaty with Parma:
-, sends Dale to Parma, 10; Croft hopes Dale's report will enable to decide about treaty, 46; dissatisfied with Parma's answer, 51.
-, reported proclamation about treaty by, 20; it expresses her true meaning, 32.
-, alleged proposals and answers, 29; increase hostility of United Provinces to, 48, 49, 50, 58.
-, Croft's praise of Spaniards' care for interests of, 26.
-, had prepared letters to governors of cautionary towns in case cessation granted, 32.
-, Dale sends verses from Virgil to, 35–6.
-, is not averse to settlement, 47.
-, ultimatum of (not sent), 51.
-, both sides await resolution of, 70, 71.
-, 'deduction' of whole proceedings in treaty, 71–4; summary report of proceedings, 94–7; articles touching demands of, 404; demanded removal of foreign forces from Low Countries, 405.
-, recalls commissioners, 81.
-, C. Roels fears will be abused by treaty, 83.
-, de Loo urges to renew treaty, 117, 150, 151, 196–7; rumours that she will, 152, 153.
-, de Loo asks for reward from, 117, 151, 195.
-, would not desert States, 171.
-, Campo says should first grant toleration, 359.
-, peace projects by means of Florence, 295.
-, relations with Turkey:
-, seeks aid of against Spain, 102; should get Antonio to bribe Turks, 138.
-, Sultan admires and considers sending fleet to aid, 173–5.
-, Turks expect Armada to overthrow, 200.
-, relations with United Provinces:
-, licences making of guns for Middelburg, 1, 57.
-, reformed churches send envoys to, 2; urge States to content, 3; envoys thank, for audience and answer, 94; Utrecht envoys among them, 70.
-, Zeeland asks for warships from, 8.
-, Sonoy would serve, in England, 8, 9; he is ruined by delay in performing promises of, 208.
-, States oppose her desire to place Morgan at Bergen, 11, 20, 45; Morgan complains to, 93; spoke well of Drury, 206.
-, will recall 2,000 foot if Armada comes, 18; Willoughby informs States, 19, 28; who consent, 26–7; 1,000 shot withdrawn by, 89, 91; Zeeland asks for their return, 142.
-, ordered Willoughby to pacify Friesland, 19; Friesland deputies not going to, 59; H. Aysma petitions, 269; Ostergonians ask aid of, 287, 288; Engelstedt asks reward of, 290.
-, recommends Schenck to States, 20; for governorship of Geertruidenberg, 55; Schenck complains to, 246–7; his troops said to take oath to, 361; Bodley to deal for him, 368; States remonstrance to, about his case, 402.
-, asked States for 20 ships, 27, 89; urged them to vote special taxes, 90; they promise 40 more ships to, 104; more ships sent, 111, 140; Ortel presses them for ships and powder for, 133; they did their best to get powder for, 183.
-, Gilpin desires her answer on Willoughby's notes about instructions to Council of States, 42.
-, Bacq appeals to, against discharge by States, 50.
-, States will not allow for captains employed in England, 55.
-, States again speak of offering aid to, 66.
-, C. Roels' advice on policy of, 83–4.
-, Utrecht sends Meetkerke to, 86; to ask for 3,000 troops from Low Country refugees, 134–6.
-, letter from, to Geertruidenberg not delivered, 90, 104; garrison takes oath to, 154; reasons for nondelivery of letter, 303; garrison's alleged misuse of name of, 319; instructions from, to Willoughby about Geertruidenberg, 397.
-, Fremin offers services to, 105.
-, Mörs asks, to make no decisions about Utrecht until he and States heard, 109, 157, 164; promises this, 217; urges re-election of Deventer, 181.
-, Piementel says alone keeps revolt alive, 159.
-, grants 100l. for repair of Ostend defences, 152.
-, Russel complains of small regard of, for Flushing, 152.
-, ill will of Zeeland States to, 152.
-, Willoughby desires to know pleasure of, about Bergen, 143; Zeeland urges, to assure Bergen, 144.
-, orders stricter musters, etc., 141.
-, should send over money for lendings, 119; and settle accounts with States, 159; difficulties therein, 161, 162, 297, 394.
-, States mean to send envoys to congratulate, 117, 183; this uncertain, 184.
-, Ostend mutineers petition to, 166; answer sent by E. Norris, 167; instructs Willoughby to hear their complaints, 168; memorial by Burghley on mutiny, 170; another petition from them to, 188–9; instructs Council to answer, 190; mutineers desire pardon of, 192, 205; the pardon, 218–9, 223; mutineers disclaim pardon of, 284; and mutiny again, 325; petition to, for pay, 238.
-, will recall troops from Bergen if States neglect it, 179, 191; sends men and victuals thither, 180, 217, 244; no hope for Bergen but in aid of, 181, 205; if sends men, may overthrow Parma, 220; if does not, Bergen lost, 246; and general revolt likely, 249; means States to pay for reinforcements, 288; would deliver Bergen to them were it safe, 289; will reward Grimston, 292, 311.
-, Willoughby thinks should keep only cautionary towns, 182, 373, 383; should hold them strongly, 379.
-, plan for Netherlands offensive sent to, 183.
-, States will not consult about reducing fleet, 184.
-, States desire, to stay traffic to Spain, 185.
-, Ostend petitions to, 212; desire her to get States to aid them, 223; ask for loan for repairs from, 235.
-, promised Russel leave, 214; grants it, 316.
-, should seek to break Parma's army this winter, 215; by an offensive in Flanders, 216; Caron urges it, 259; Conway urges it, 377.
-, sends J. Norris to States, 221; his instructions, 247–9; memorial for him, 249–50; Holland's proposals to, sent by Norris, 327–9; memorials from Council of State to, sent by Norris, 339–40, 369.
-, Voocht to seek aid of, in Stewart's case, 221; would create bad precedent by supporting States therein, 244; Voocht and Ortel ask for answer of, 285, 286; Voocht urges to intervene, 289; answer of, 372.
-, thinks States should pay for Willoughby's espials, 240.
-, requests of Ortel to, 240–2; his memorial of States' complaints against, 282; former answer thereto, 283; further complaints against, 283–4; Council's answer for, to Ortel's articles, 337–9.
-, Flushing and Brielle petition about garrisons' debts, 243, 278; the creditors' petition to, 314.
-, should send one to discuss Treaty with States, 244.
-, letters to Utrecht came too late to prevent disorder, 245; requires release of Deventer, etc., 268; should take steps to assure Utrecht, 289; Mörs' reply to, about Deventer, etc., 304; requires stay of proceedings, 383; Cleerhagen sent to, 398.
-, refers matter of Killigrew's return to Burghley and Walsingham, 267.
-, Meetkerke desires to be taken into pay of, 289.
-, Maurice would have referred disputes with Leicester to, 299.
-, persons and causes recommended to States by, 300–1.
-, should make Drury governor of Ostend, 304.
-, Ortel seeks payment for powder obtained for, 306.
-, verses slandering, for Mary's death sold at Hague, 309.
-, directions from, to Willoughby, 315–6.
-, sends Bodley to replace Killigrew: memorial for him on musters, 317; his credentials, 318; his instructions, 324; memorial for him, 333–4; other instructions, etc., 356, 357.
-, should forestall Spanish attack, 323.
-, should send one to report on Ostend, 326, 341.
-, Sherley's estimate of charges of, 343; state of the accounts, 357–8.
-, Errington desires allowance from, 344.
-, granted freedom from strangers' customs to Flushing, 362.
-, Willoughby asks allowance from, for expenses, 375, 376.
-, will evacuate Ostend if States neglect repairs, 380; discussion of its value to, 406.
-, orders speedy sending of her Netherlands forces to Norris, 389; which bands to go, 390.
Elizabeth, princess of Denmark, 404.
Elizabeth Jonas, Queen's ship, reported loss of, 146.
Elliott, captain, 409.
Elmes. See Helme.
Elsenoer, Elsinoer. See Helsingör.
Elve. See Elbe.
Emden, Embden [E. Friesland, Germany]:
-, letter dated at, 157.
-, news from, 156.
-, -, referred to, 155.
-, Parma has 3 envoys at, 19, 44.
-, ships of, stayed at Lisbon, 156,157.
-, attitude of, touching Armada, 157.
-, exchange at, 157.
-, Low Country refugees at, 217.
-, count of. See Edzard II; Enno.
Emmanuel Philibert, duke of Savoy, 209.
Emmerich [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 331.
Emperor, the Holy Roman. See Charles V; Rudolf II.
Empire, Holy Roman, 186:
-, princes of, have bound subjects not to serve abroad, 78.
-, envoys of, seek to accord Edzard II and John XVI, 156.
-, electors, princes, etc., of, 227.
-, electors of. See Bavaria, Ernest of; Christian I of Saxony; John George of Brandenburg; Truchsess, Gebhard.
-, Imperial Chamber, 228.
-, See also Germany.
Enchuisen, Enchusen, Enchuysen, Enckhuysen. See Enkhuisen.
enemy. See Philip II; Farnese, Alexander; Spain; etc.
Engelstedt, Ingleste, Lucas, letter from, 290; Caron commends, 260; wishes to transport guns into Friesland, 290.
England and the English, Inglande, 30,
53, 71, 82, 140, 222, 249, 251,
253, 275, 310, 332, 352, 367,
393, 395, 403:
-, Derby gets beer from, 3.
-, Spaniards would not attack, unless had strong party in, 4; reports of discontent against war taxes in, 7; Parma will invade, when Papists slay Queen, 41; loyalty of Catholics in, during Armada, 360.
-, Sonoy offers to serve in, 8, 9; Leicester promised to maintain him in, 208; Sonoy going to, 250, 269; he will probably live in, 267.
-, English are not such assured 'shot' as Netherlanders, 8.
-, French eager for news from, 13, 145.
-, Epernon will keep Boulogne by aid of, 14.
-, Parma's unconcealed determination to invade, 15, 17, 18, 25, 28, 34, 37; his denials of such intention, 72, 95; cessation covering, demanded, 73; Richardot's threats to, referred to, 94.
-, enemy's designs against, greatly impeached, 19.
-, Leicester thinks Parma will not invade, if Armada does not come, 26.
-, renewal of treaties of, with Spain demanded in peace treaty, 29, 46.
-, Beale to get vent for cloth, etc., of, at Hamburg, 38, 39; former privileges of Hanse in, referred to, 40; some of Hanse planned to regain privileges in, by force, 226.
-, hostility of States to, owing to peace treaty, 50.
-, Bacq's journey to, referred to, 50.
-, Allen's book and papal bull to be scattered in, during invasion, 51; bull grants to Philip II to hold of Pope, 60; Pope pays million ducats for conquest of, 61.
-, eagerness of, to repel invasion, 52; great preparations in, 91.
-, captains from Netherlands employed in, 55; most are gone to, 68, 183; their names, 175; Flushing captains in, 192, 224; States will not allow for them, 296.
-, Armada again setting out against, 64; voyage of, assuredly meant, 85; Holland ship brought news that Armada on way to, 148.
-, news from, referred to, 67, 69.
-, Danish governors friendly to, and restore seized goods, 76; G. Ranzau could send forces to, 78.
-, Armada arrives off coast of, 81; beacons fired in, 92; Armada engaged off coast of, 100; Armada's 'only purpose' for, 116, 159; reported panic in, 120; report that Germans levied to defend, 146; this denied, 147.
-, 1000 shot withdrawn from Netherlands to, 89, 103, 113, 115, 118.
-, much armour sent from Netherlands to, 100.
-, Parma has much correspondence in, 112; has fortnightly letters from, 370.
-, Philip sent crown of, to Parma, 112.
-, Parma still means to invade, 113; he is out of hope, 122; French reports of conquest of, 127; Parma will begin no siege till out of hope of, 162; conquest of, now impracticable, 164, 196.
-, Chevalier d'Aumâle going for, 126.
-, butter and cheese sent to Ostend from, 131.
-, proposal that refugees in, keep 3000 men in Utrecht, 134–6; refugee churches in, urged to wage 2000 men, 181; they should pay for an offensive in Flanders, 216–7; they send 500 men to Bergen, 220.
-, the 1000 'shot' should be sent back from, 136; Zeeland urges their return, 142; their absence in, makes Bergen untenable, 143.
-, many Armada prisoners in, 151; Tomson and Bassets negotiate for their ransom, 321, 350; Lerma to treat about Armada prisoners in, 396.
-, difficulties in getting powder from Low Countries for, 155; powder sent to, 158; Burnham sending powder to, 158; States did best to send powder to, 177.
-, Spaniards seize Emden ship to serve against, 156.
-, best musket barrels made in, 158.
-, all admire united, quiet, government of, 160.
-, Queen's clemency to rebels in, 167.
-, prices of wheat, butter, etc., in, 168–9.
-, dependent on Spanish and Italian cloth markets, 171.
-, victuals sent to Bergen from, 180; the 1000 shot sent back from, 187, 188; 1500 new men to go to Bergen from, 220; miners from, at Bergen will work only if paid, 238; the 1500 from, in Zeeland, 266; enemy gives no quarter to English, 265; men returned from, at Bergen, 265.
-, army in, discharged, 183, 184.
-, many former friends of, at Flushing alienated, 194; garrison's creditors going to, 243, 314.
-, provoked Spain to war, 197.
-, Leynkin's Admiralty suit v. certain captains, 198.
-, one Tirwhit returning from Venice to, 198.
-, a captive released in Turkey, 200.
-, Lygons knows of secret practices of many in, 203.
-, Conway's lands in, referred to, 206.
-, Spain means to overthrow, 213, 216; will attack, next year, 215; will invade, through Scotland, 231.
-, Russel wishes to go to, 214, 246.
-, States desire prohibition of unlicensed trade to Spain from, 215.
-, Council lothe to levy new forces in, 218.
-, Ostend burgomaster in, 223.
-, J. Digges going to, 229.
-, news from, 230.
-, volunteers from, with States in 1584, referred to, 259.
-, Caron came to stay in, 259.
-, Willoughby wishes to go to, 280.
-, Sherley's delay in, hinders accounts, 283.
-, Voocht suggests settling Stewart's claims by conference in, 289.
-, Digges' questions about soldiers absent in, 293; and whether defects shall be supplied from, 294.
-, proposal Figliazzi should go to, and on to Spain, 295.
-, enemy means to attack, 304, 366, 390; Parma prepares again against, 312, 320, 370; will attack next spring, 323, 326, 330; with 2 fleets, 349; will seize Channel isles as base against, 351; Philip asks for taxes against, 382; great preparations against, 387; report that Parma will lead fleet against, 399.
-, Utrecht embassy to, referred to, 317; Deventer's dealings in, referred to, 349.
-, agreement by Sherley and others to avoid export of treasure from, 326–7.
-, Bergen desires trade privileges in, 337.
-, misery of discharged Flushing troops waiting to sail to, 345.
-, Bergen captains in, 346.
-, Englishman asked to pilot Danzig ships to Spain, 350.
-, trade to Antwerp from, 351.
-, toleration of Catholic worship in, advocated by Campo, 359.
-, guns sent to Spain from, via Hamburg, 360.
-, restraint of corn export from, 362; requests for licence to export from, 378.
-, Flushing pays same customs as, 362.
-, Nevers means ill to, 363.
-, Conway vows to send Stanley's head to, 365.
-, exchange rates in, 370; rate on Antwerp, 398; means to procure profits on exchange for, 385–6.
-, mutiny of troops in, 371.
-, Ostend valuable to, 377.
-, France may profit by war between Spain and, 391.
-, can now attack Spain fearlessly, 394; enemy hears of great army leaving, 396.
-, English 'colour' Dunkirk ships, 399.
-, Gray now friendly to, 401.
-, Schenck's visit to, referred to, 402.
-, English resident in Hanse Towns, mentioned, 404.
-, importance of Low Countries to, 405.
-, companies in Low Countries to contain all but 6 English, 413.
-, notes on relations of, with Spain and Low Countries, 415.
-, church of:
-, Hamburg ministers insult, 227.
-, clergy will not contribute to Portugal voyage, 311.
-, kings of. See Edward I; Henry IV; Henry VII; Henry VIII; Richard II.
-, navy of, fleet, Queen's ships,
-, States ask for aid of, 8; this unreasonable, 84.
-, two scouts of, captured off Spain, 13.
-, reinforcements sent to, by United Provinces. See United Provinces, navy of.
-, to continue at sea another month, 18; Killigrew confident of strength of, 90.
-, seized Scottish corn ship, 63.
-, avoids fighting Armada, 75; has fought Armada, 85; accounts of the fighting, 91, 92, 104, 115; fought at long range, 100; vessels of, fired on by Calais forts, 98; Seymour writes of success of, 133; poor gunnery of, 226.
-, Derby asks for news of, 97.
-, eagerness in United Provinces for news of, 101; Zeeland promises to supply, 130.
-, Harborne urges Turks to cooperate with, against Spain, 102; Turks expect defeat of, 200.
-, fourteen ships of, join Justinus off Dunkirk, 104.
-, French mostly desire victory of, 108; French report of defeat of, 126, 127.
-, States' ships to join, in pursuing Armada, 111; States did utmost to support, 143; but were hindered by domestic mutinies, 240; Norris to thank them for aid to, 247.
-, unlikely to need aid of French havens or victual, 121.
-, lady Stafford asks escort of, 123.
-, Barton advises should carry Don Antonio to Portugal, 138.
-, continued at sea, 176.
-, many ships discharged, 183.
-, ships going to attack Armada off Ireland, 230.
-, should guard way to Ostend, 279.
-, ships sent to take Hamburgers going to Spain, 318; will arrest States' ships going to Spain, 324.
-, names of ships. See Elizabeth Jonas; White Bear.
-, queen of. See Elizabeth.
-, English exiles, fugitives, rebels,
-, blaspheme against Queen and Council, 7.
-, resort to Parma, 34, 37; sent to him by King, 52.
-, two slain in Armada, 115.
-, four desert from Stanley, 216, 267.
-, Parma sends some to Pope, 273.
-, evil practices of, at Antwerp, 350.
-, See also Allen, William; Barney, Edward de; Burley, Richard; Catholics, Roman; Eaton, James; Flud, Edward; Gifford, Gilbert; Grateley, Edmund; Guighelmo; Hogskens, Rafe; Lygons, Ralph; Moffet, Thomas; Morgan, Thomas; Paget, Thomas; Pekott, William; Raphael; Robert; Stanley, Sir William; Stukeley, Sir Thomas; Throgmorton, Francis; Tresham, William; Tyrell, Anthony; Worthington.
Enkhuisen, Einchusen, Enchuisen,
Enchusen, Enchuysen, Enckhuysen, Inquisen [N. Holland,
-, Scottish ship taken by, 20, 221; crew to be executed, 68, 82.
-, hulks going from, 140.
-, Dunkirkers took ship of, 399.
Enno, count of Emden, East Friesland, 156.
envoys. See under ambassadors.
Epernon, duke of. See Nogaret, Jean Louis de.
Epinac, Pierre, archbishop of Lyons, chief counsellor of League, 5; reported death of, 395.
Errington, Eringhton, Erington, Errinton, Cuthbert, lieutenant, nephew of Nicholas, going to England, 49.
-, Nicholas, captain late marshal
and lieutenant-governor of
Flushing, governor of Rammekens castle, 243, 278, 410:
-, letters from, 318, 344.
-, appointment of, as governor of Flushing would wrong Borlas, 271; does not wish to act as governor in Russel's absence, 345.
-, requests of, about Flushing ordnance, etc., 344.
-, has kinsman able to keep Rammekens in his absence, 365.
-, money paid to, 260, 262, 412; due to, 409, 411; due by, 195, 353, 354, 355; due by, to Merchant Adventurers, 314.
-, company of, at Rammekens, 137, 263, 273; men from, sent to England, 132.
Esch, Hubrecht van, captain, letter signed by, 320.
Esdan. See Sedan.
Esherstone, Richard, provost of Merchant Adventurers at Flushing, 171; letter from, 114.
Espaene. See Spain.
Espernon. See Nogaret, Jean Louis de.
Espine, l'. See de l'Espine.
Espinoy, prince d'. See Werehin, Pierre de.
Essedan. See Sedan.
Essex, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.
estates. See France; Low Countries, Spanish; United Provinces, States General of.
Este, Anna d', dowager duchess of Nemours, 126.
Estvadgaard, Estuatgaard, [N. Jutland, Denmark], 80.
Etienne, —, 127.
Europe, 78, 220.
Excees, conte de. See Devereux, Robert.
exchange, 275, 321:
-, money received from Amsterdam by, 253.
-, money for forces in Low Countries comes too slowly by, 220, 292; delay to be avoided, 311; merchants undertake to send the pay over by, 368; evils of this method, 373, 374, 383.
-, Pallavicino's questions about, 370; answer to articles about, 383–6.
-, Antwerp rates, 398.
-, bills of, referred to, 103.
exchequer, 323; warrant to treasurer, etc., of, 377; auditor of prest, 357, 358.
-, Ortel requests English officers pay States', 283; States also ask it, 334.
-, Norris' provisions to be free of States', 402.
-, See also under United Provinces, finances of.