Pieter Bor, Oorsprongk, begin en vervolgh der Nederlandsche oorlogen (4 vols, Amsterdam, 1679-84), [Part 1, Books 1-9], covering period 1549-1576.
1549-1566 Extracts concerning Privileges cited by Horn in his defence, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 107-119
26 October King's Oath confirming Oath sworn by Count of Arenberg, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 3
8 November Summary of Instructions for the Inquisitors, Bor, I, 15
26 August King's Proposals to States General meeting at Ghent, Bor, I, 19-21
Extracts from letters of Horn to King, Bor I, Byvoegsel, 81-83
Extracts from letters of Horn to King, Bor I, Byvoegsel, 81-83
Extracts from letters between Horn and sundry persons, including King, Regent, Montigny, Assonleville, Nobles and Magistrates of Tournai concerning his conduct at Tournai, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 83-107
11 March- 29 July Extracts from letters of Orange to King, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 79-80
23 July Court of Friesland's objections to introduction of bishop to Leeuwarden, Bor I, 261
22 September Further objections of Court of Friesland to introduction of bishop to Leeuwarden, Bor, I, 261
10-12 August Objections from States of Friesland and magistrates of Leeuwarden to introduction of bishop to Leeuwarden, Bor, I, 262-63
October? Objections of States of Flanders to Inquisition, Bor, I, 40
20 October The Regent's response to objections of States of Flanders to Inquisition, Bor I, 40
Mid-October Philip II ordered the Regent to enforce anti-heresy edicts, Bor,I, 32
Nov/Dec Text of the Compromise of the Nobles, Bor,1, 53-54
18 December Regent's letter to provincial courts requiring strict enforcement of edicts, Bor, I, 32-33.
22-23 December Summaries of posters denouncing King's religious policy appeared in Antwerp, Bor, I, 34-35
29 December Posters in Brussels against inquisition, Bor, I, 35
22 January Petition from chief towns of Brabant to Council of Brabant, Bor, I, 36-39
24 January William of Orange's response to King's instructions re heresy, Bor, 1, 32-34
24 March Council of Brabant's reply to Petition of 22 January, Bor, I, 39
24 March Regent to King on learning about Compromise, Bor, I, 56; Byvoegsel 83-84
26 March Regent's warning to towns about Compromise, Bor I, 56
1 April Supplication from Compromise presented to Maximilian II at Augsburg, Bor I, 55
5 April Brederode's Address to Regent, Bor, I, 58-59
6 April Reply of Regent to Compromise, Byvoegsel, 16-17
6 -9 April Exchanges between Regent and Nobles of Compromise, Bor, I, 59-61; Byvoegsel, 16-17
10 April: Regent's reply to Second Request from States of Flanders, Bor, I, 41
19 April Third Request from States of Flanders, Bor, I, 41
c. May Abridged edition of Gilles Le Clercq's polemic against inquisition, Bor, I, 102-03
30 May Regent's Address to States of Brabant with text of 'Moderation', Bor,I, 64-66
July 1566-April 1567[Adriaen Pauw] Account of events in Amsterdam, Bor IV,appendix after p. 691, pp. 1-16. 
3 July Text of first Reformed request to Antwerp magistrates, Bor, I, 71
3 July Text of edict forbidding field services, Bor, I, 72-73
c. 17 July Text of second Reformed request to Antwerp magistrates, Bor, I, 75
21 July Regent orders towns and provinces to take measures against field services, Bor, I, 79-80.
30 July Petition from the Reformed in Amsterdam to the local magistrates, Bor, I, 77-78
1 August King to Orange, confirms his confidence in him, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 17
18 & 29 August Letters from Spanish envoy in France warning the Regent about the Netherlands nobles, Bor, I, 109-111
Autumn 1566 till March 1567 Documents relating to prosecutions of Horn, Egmont and Hoogstraten, especially on situation in Tournai and the privileges, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 82-119
c. 18 August Remonstrance from Nobles at Duffel to Regent, Bor, I, 92-95
25-27 August Negotiations between Regent and Nobles of the Compromise and subsequent Accord, Bor, I, 96-98
27 August Agreement between magistrates and Reformed Protestants at Utrecht, Bor, I, 100-101
27 August First Agreement between magistrates and Reformed Protestants at Amsterdam, Bor, I, 101
c. September Local ordinance exempting inhabitants from religious persecution, Bor, I, 99
c. September Recognition of Reformed Protestants at Tournai, Bor, I, 89-90
2 September Recognition of Reformed Protestants at Antwerp, Bor, I, 98-99
30 September Second Agreement between magistrates and Reformed Protestants at Amsterdam, Bor, I, 103-104
October? Advice from a high-ranking 'German' to Reformed Protestant leaders in the Netherlands to adopt Confession of Augsburg, with apt Lutheran texts of 1561, appended. Bor, I, 119-23.
27 October Offer of Reformed Protestants and Lutherans to purchase religious freedom from King, Bor, I, 122-24
October/November Memorandum possibly from William or Orange (or Louis of Nassau) in favour of religious toleration Bor, I, 131-33
Before 20 November States of Brabant urged Regent to summon States General to propose ways of ending disorder in the country, Bor, I, 125
20 November Count of Horn justified his conduct at Tournai to King, Bor, I, 111-12; Byvoegsel, 81-
22 November Elector Palatine Frederick III told Regent he advocated religious toleration, Bor, 1, 133-34.
25 November Terms of Religious Accord for Utrecht signed by William of Orange, Bor, I, 106-07.
14 December Edict declaring Valenciennes guilty of rebellion, Bor, I, 134-36.
21 December Advice from States of Brabant to Regent on ending Protestant field services, Bor I, 126
31 December States of Brabant urge Regent to summon States General to restore order, Bor, I, 126-27.
Late December Calvinists in Valenciennes justify their conduct to the Golden Fleece, Bor, I, 136-41.
2 January Dutch Summary of Antonio del Corro. l'église flamenque d'Anvers, Bor, I, 143-44.
3 -31 January Regent 's exchanges with States of Brabant, Bor, I, 127-29.
20/25 January Terms of Agreement reached with Reformed at Leiden, Bor, I, 107-8
27 January Arenberg's ultimatum on restoration of religious status quo in Friesland to provincial States, Bor, I, 146
8 February Nobles' Third & Last Request to Regent, I, 149-150
16 February Regent's Reply to Nobles' Third Reqest, Bor, I, 150-51
20 February Regent's Articles on restoration of religious status quo in Antwerp, Bor, I, 155
28 February Alba Commissioned as Captain General to restore order, Bor, I, 182-4
14 March Second Agreement between Antwerp magistrates and the Reformed, Bor, I, 158
18 March Edict issued against rebels in `s-Hertogenbosch, Bor, I, 152
March Documents relating to Reformed in Amsterdam, Bor, I, 162-63
22 March Antwerp magistrates petitioned Regent for a Pardon, Bor, I, 164
7 April Regent's response to Petition, Bor, I, 165
13 April Attestation of William of Orange as to good conduct of Lutheran ministers leaving Antwerp, Bor, I, 166
before 27 April Amsterdam Reformed called on magistrates not to allow soldiers to enter town; magistrates agreed provided field services ceased. Bor, I, 168
24 May Penalties prescribed for those involved in recent Troubles, Bor, I, 170-71
13 June Regent instructed authorities to proceed forthwith against those involved in Troubles, Bor, I, 171-2
3 July Regent asks for prayers for forthcoming visit of King, Bor, I, 172-73
After 3 July Reformed denounced Regent's letter of 3 July as deceitful, Bor, I, 173-74
18 September Edict forbidding Netherlanders from fleeing abroad, Bor, I, 175-76
13 October Alba's Commission as Governor General, Bor, I, 187-8
10 -17 November Accusations made against Count of Horn in Ghent, Bor, I, 190-95
7 December Conditions imposed by Duke of Cleves on Netherlanders in Wesel, Bor, I, 225
11 January Horn told of charges laid against him, Bor, I, 190-95
19 January Summons of William of Orange, Bor, I, 220-21; Byvoegsel, 14-16.
19 January Summons of Antoine de Lalaing, Hoogstraten, Bor, I, 221; Byvoegsel, 17-20; 32-33
3 February Horn's detailed rebuttal of 43 charges against him, Bor, I, 195-209
16 February Netherlanders allegedly condemned by Inquisition for high treason, Bor, I, 226
28 February Lalaing's letter to Alba, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 38
28 February Extracts from the Statues of the Order of the Golden Fleece sent by Horn to Alba, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 38-42
3 March Orange's letter to Alba disputing validity of summons, Bor, I, 222-24; Byvoegsel, 16;
Summary of Orange's Verantwoordinge, Bor, I, 227-28; for full text see Byvoegsel, 3-14
???? Charges laid against mr. Roelant de Rijcke, pensionary of Leuven, Bor, I, 210-11
???? Justification from Antwerp magistrates for their conduct in 1566-67, Bor, I, 212-16
???? Justification from Leiden magistrates for their conduct in 1566-67, Bor, I, 217
???? Hendrik v. Berchem, outer burgomaster of Antwerp, justifies his conduct in 1566-67; Bor, I, 217-19
28 March Edict against 'de wilde Geusen', Bor, I, 224-25
6 April Orange gives Commission to Lodewijk van Nassau, Bor, I, 233-34
25 April Lalaing's Defence [French] Bor I, Byvoegsel, I, 27-32 [Dutch] translation, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 32-38
28 May Orange condemned to be banished for life, Bor, I, 238
[after 28 May] Residence of Floris van Pallant in Brussels torn down, Bor, I, 248
29 May Summons issued against inhabitants of Amsterdam, Bor, I, Bycvoegsel, 123-24
4 June Egmont & Horn sentenced to death for treason, Bor, I, 239
5 June Egmont asked King for pardon, Bor, I, 240
15 June Exchanges between Utrecht clergy and Alba concerning implementation of Tridentine decrees, Bor, I, 231-33
26 June Edict against concealment or maladministration of estates forfeited to Crown, Bor, I, 242-43
22 July Alba informed Collateral Councils of his victory at Jemmingen, Bor, I, 245-46
9 August Jean de Casembroot Srde Backerzele sentenced to death, Bor, I, 247-48
11 August Antoon van Stralen sentenced to death. Bor, I, 247
17 August Summons issued against various inhabitants of Utrecht, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 125-29
24 August Alba urged signatories to Compromise still in the Netherlands to seek pardon, Bor, I, 248-9
24 August Capital sentences passed against several inhabitants of Utrecht, Bor I,, Byvoegsel, 119
???? Bor I 249-51 lists several anti-Spanish and anti-Alba writings from this time. These include Sekere poincten en articulen ... gevonden in de kamer van den President Vergas, I, 249-50; 13 Articulen, I, 250-51; Bewysinge dat er in 't gehel Nederlant geen Papist of Catholijk persoon en is, I, 251; Bewysinge dat de Commissie die Duc d'Alba ... by den Paus ...onwettelijk versiert en verleden is, I, 251.
31 August Orange's justification for Declaring War on Alba, Bor, I, 253-54
1 September Orange's Waerschouwinge, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 121-23
???? Orange's Verklaringe ende Uutschrift, Bor, I, 254-5
September Jacob van Wesenbeke, De bewijsinge van de onschuldt [of count of Horn,] Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 49-79
11 November Edict against Forbidden Books, Bor, I, 251-53
22 November Alba informed the Collateral Councils, from Cambrai, that he had seen off Orange's invasion, Bor, I, 257.
18 December Summons issued against inhabitants of Amsterdam, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 124-25
[1569?] Beggar Song Bor, I, 288.
[1569?] Alba informed about how States of Friesland were assembled and who is represented, Bor, I, 266-67
[1569?] Code names for towns and individuals involved in Revolt, Bor, I, 310
after February Leiden Magistrates protest at violation of their privileges, Bor, I, 267
21 March Paul V invests Alba with sword for services to Catholic faith, Bor, I, 270-71
21 March Alba's Address to States General: Tax Proposals, Bor, I, 280-85; objections of States General to the Tenth Penny, Bor, I, 285
17 May Summons issued against exiles from Groningen, Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 129-31
14 November Alba's Instructions to bishop of Leeuwarden, Bor, I, 264-65
27 December City and States of Utrecht charged with Treason., Bor, I, 290-309.
8 February William of Orange's commission to Sonoy to raise money in Holland and Utrecht, Bor, I, 312
?? May Edict concerning Printers & Schoolmasters, Bor, I, 313-15
14 July States of Utrecht condemned to lose their Privileges Bor, I, 318-19
29 July States of Utrecht appealed against Sentence, Bor, I, 326-28
 July General Pardon, Bor, I, 319-21
10 August Orange's Commission to De Lumbres, Bor, I, 323-4
10 August Orange's Instruction to Captains & Crews,(inc. provision for ministers), Bor, I, 324-25
10 August Orange's Orders to Sea Beggars, Bor, I, 325
October Partial Dutch translation of Libellus supplex Imperatoriae Maiestatis, Bor, I, 316-18
3 May Orange's instructions to his Envoys treating with King of Denmark, Bor, I. 334-335.
31 July Alba's letter to States of Holland about taxation, Bor, I, 343-4
31 July Alba wrote States of Holland about taxation, Bor, I, 343-44
31 July Alba issued edict moderation the 10th Penny Bor, I, 344-45
before 10 September. Clergy and Town of Utrecht seek exemption from a garrison Bor, I, 340-42
20 October Alba's reply to concerns of States of Holland to new taxes, Bor, I, 346-48
28 October Alba ordered 8 companies of Spanish soldiers to be billeted in Utrecht, Bor, I, 348
10 November Utrecht magistrates seek exemption from these Spanish soldiers, Bor, I, 348-49
November Utrecht magistrates again seek exemption, Bor, I, 350
17 November Alba's reply to Utrecht, Bor, I, 350
November Clergy and Magistrates of Utrecht petition King on billeting, Bor I, 350-53
18 January Utrecht magistrates refuse to send town's charters to Brussels, Bor, I, 358-59;
28 January Orange's Instructions to Sonoy, Bor, I, 362-63
[28 January] Called on Netherlanders to rally to his cause, Bor, I, 363-65
After 4 February Utrecht magistrates justify their refusal to surrender their charters, Bor, I, 360
After 4 February Utrecht magistrates protested at removal of charters to Vredenburg, I, 360-61
22 February Extension of General Pardon, Bor, I, 321-22
24 February States of Utrecht told King would write Alba about soldiers, Bor, I, 353
6 April Reasons advanced for defection of Vlissingen to rebels Bor, I, 370
20 April Orange's commission to Sonoy as his governor of the Noorderwartier, Bor, I, 375
20 April Orange's instructions for Sonoy as governor, Bor I, 375-76
16 June D. Guilielmi Nassauii ... Germaniam inferiorem libertatis vindicantis Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 131-35; Bor adds Dutch translation 135-140
20 June Orange's Commission & Instruction to Lumey as his governor, Bor, I, 389-92
25 June Terms on which Dordrecht accepts Orange as governor, Bor, I, 379-80
26 June Alba told States of Holland Tenth and Twentieth Penny would be conditionally suspended, Bor, I, 384-85
26 June King told deputies from Brabant etc that he was prepared to postpone new taxes, Bor, I, 385-86
July Orange publishes pamphlets justifying his taking up arms against Alba, Bor, I, 398-99
15 July Mr Willem Baerdesen urges Franchois van Bosschuysen to join Orange, Bor, I, 404-406
19 July Marnix' address to States of Holland on behalf of Orange, Bor, I, 386-89
6 August Loyalist Maerten Schetz given commission by Willem van den Berg, Bor, I, 410
8 August Adriaen van Swieten's Accoord with magistrates of Woerden, Bor, I, 406-07
23 August Orange's edict against military indiscipline & forbidding attacks on clergy, Bor, I, 399-400
25 August Orange's Instructions for Government of Holland,  Bor, I, 400-01
7 September Van Swieten's letter to Company of Maerten Schets denouncing latter as traitor, Bor, I, 411
19 September Conditions under which Lodewijk van Nassau withdrew from Mons, Bor, I, 408-09
4 October Alba's justification for plundering of Mechelen, Bor, I, 408-09; Byvoegsel, 140-145.
6 October Property of all who sided with Orange to be inventoried, Bor, I, 411-12
12 October States of Holland sent commission to Noorderkwartier to prosecute war with Sonoy, Bor, I, 413-14
6 November Alba condemned Naarden for rebellion. Bor, I, 419
17 November Magistrates of Kampen urge Enkhuizen to return to obedience, Bor, I, 415
25 November Boussu as loyalist stadhouder urges magistrates of Haarlem to abandon their resistance, Bor, I, 416-17
3 December Magistrates of Haarlem debate whether or not to resist King's army, Bor, I, 420-21
3 December Wigbolt Ripperda's Address to Inhabitants of Haarlem. Bor, I, 421
6 December The loyalist drost of Breda Jerome 't Seraets challenges his accusers to repeat their slanders before Orange, Bor, I, 394-95
24 January Orange dismissed Lumey from his post and nullified his commissions, Bor, I, 424
10 February Alba offered conditional pardon to rebel towns Bor, I, 434
16 February Loyalists in Amsterdam inform rebel towns of Alba's offer, Bor, I, 434-35
20 February Lumey, in captivity, defended his conduct as governor, Bor, I, 425-29
? February Response of Dutch rebels to Alba's Pardon, Bor I, 475-76
May Lumey protested about his imprisonment Bor, I,429
15 July Letter from magistrates of Alkmaar to Sonoy, Bor, I, 444
24 July Letter from Sonoy and advisers to Orange Bor, I, 446-7
26 July Alba's urged rebel towns to return to obedience and promising pardon, Bor, I, 445-46.
27 July Pardon offered by Alba to inhabitants of Haarlem, Bor, I, 442
9 August Letter from Orange to Sonoy and his advisers Bor, I, 447-48
18 August Lumey's defence of his conduct in Holland, Bor, I, 425-29
19 August Lumey's memorandum forwarded to Orange, Bor, I, 430
23 August Letter from magistrates of Alkmaar to Sonoy, Bor, I.452
26 August Letter from Sonoy to magistrates of Alkmaar, Bor, I, 451
? September Sendbrief in forme van supplicatie aen de Coninklijke Mesjesteit van Spangien van wegen des Princen van Orangien der Staten van Holland en Zeeland  Bor, I, 464-72
12 September Letter from States of Holland to States General pleading for a united Front against Spaniards Bor, I, 459-64
21 September Letter from Orange to Sonoy and magistrates of Alkmaar,  Bor, I, 454
c. 28 September Extract from letter of Sonoy to Cabeljau in Alkmaar, Bor I, 455
c. 11-12 October Terms on which Boussu surrendered after his defeat on Zuiderzee, Bor, I, 456
19 October King appoints Requesens as successor of Alba Bor, I, 478
28 October Letter from Boussu, now a prisoner in Hoorn, to Sonoy, Bor, I, 457
17 November Letter from loyalist Garbrant Verduyn Garbrantsz. to a burgomaster of Hoorn about peace negotiations, Bor, I, 473
27 November Orange commissioned Jan de Vos to rally support for him in Antwerp,  Bor, I, 483-4
13 January Noircarmes on behalf of Requesens issued Pardon to rebels, Bor, I, 485-86
2 March King put royalist soldiers on alert for invasion by Lodewijk van Nassau, Bor, I, 489
8 March Royal Pardon, Bor, I, 510-13
12 March Edict against indiscipline of soldiers in Holland, Bor, I, 493
15 March Letter from Friesland urging castellan of Medemblik to return to loyalty, Bor, I., 493
5 April Requesens' letter to stadhouder of Utrecht restoring provincial privileges, Bor, I, 481-82
25 April States of Utrecht complained to stadhouder about high costs of maintaining soldiers, Bor
29 April Requesens called on inhabitants of Antwerp for money to stave off mutiny, Bor, I, 494-95
30 April Papal Pardon of Gregory XIII, Bor, I, 513-15
May/June Proposals from exiles in Rotterdam to contribute to defence of country, Bor, I, 508
6 June Requesens published General Pardon issued by King 8 March 1574, Bor, I, 510-13
7 June Duke Erik of Brunswick calls on Enkhuizen and Hoorn to return to obedience, Bor, I, 499.
Mid-June Negotiations between Requesens and the States General in Brussels, Bor, I, 516-23
16 June Acts of the Synod of Dordrecht, Bor, I, 544-48.
17 & 23 June Letters from Loyalists to people of Leiden, Bor, I, 531-32
[19 June States of Holland sought to put proposals from Rotterdam exiles into effect Bor, I, 508-10]
c. 23 June Exchanges between States of Brabant and Requesens, Bor, I, 562-75
c. June Vriendelijke vermaninge van de Heeren Staten van Brabant etc. Concerning peace talks, Bor.I, Byvoegsel, 145-50
June-October Narrative of Second Siege of Leiden, Bor, I, 549-60
3 July Following Sonoy's request to resign governorship of Noorderkwartier Orange proposed replacing him with Willem van den Berg,  Bor I, 571
July-August Discussions about peace proposals: Champagney, Junius and Marnix Bor, I, 532-36
30 July Valdez urged Leiden to surrender, Bor, I, 549-50
Mid-August? 'Discours van Johannes Junius de Jonghe op den brief van den heere van Champagney,' Bor I, 536-44.
Before 31 August Further Exchanges between States of Brabant and Requesens, Bor, I, 565-68
12 August William of Orange tells Leiden he hopes to relieve town in a week, Bor, I, 550.
27-29 August Heated exchanges between Leiden and States of Holland, Bor, I, 551-52
August? Summary of Vriendelijke vermanighe aen de heeren van de states van Brabandt ...Bor, I, 568-70
Early September Loyalist Johan van Matenesse urged Leiden to surrender, Bor, I, 552
5 September Loyalist stadhouder of Holland called on Leiden to surrender, Bor, I, 553
September Objections of Loyalist provinces to Requesens' fiscal demands, Bor, I, 573-83
October Complaint of Ridderschap of Holland to Orange, Bor, I, 571-72
October – December Holland and Utrecht harassed by mutinous Spanish soldiers, Bor, I, 583-84
30 October William of Orange promises to respect privileges of Holland Ridderschap, Bor I, 572
Mid- December Requesens thwarted Orangist conspiracy to seize Antwerp, Bor, I, 585-89
Late December Loyalist governor of Friesland urged towns in West Friesland to abandon revolt, Bor, I, 585
6 January Founding Charter of University of Leiden, Bor, I, 593-94
12 January Orange denied Boussu leave to assist in peace talks in Brussels,Bor, I, 592-93
25 January Orange summons States of Holland and Zeeland about Breda peace talks, Bor, I, 595-96
5-6 February Reply of Orange and States of Holland to Maximilian II's representative at peace talks,  Bor, I, 596.
8 February Inauguration of University of Leiden, Bor, I, 594-95
February? Reformed exiles from Amsterdam living abroad demanded religious freedom enjoyed elsewhere in Holland to be extended to them, Bor, I, 597
5 March King's response to Request of Holland and Zeeland for peace talks, Bor, I, 597-98
14 March King's response to demands of rebel delegation, Bor, I, 598-99
20 March Response of Orange and rebel delegation to King's reply, Bor, I, 599-602
1 April Response of loyalist commissioners to rebels' objections, Bor, I, 602-04
6-8 April Intervention of Maximilian II's envoy to peace talks and Requesens' response, Bor, I, 604-06
April? Articles objecting to Sonoy's plans to seize Spaarndam, Bor, I, 619
April? Objections from the Noorderkwartier to Sonoy's strategy, Bor, I, 619
9 May Measures to defend Noorderwartier against invasion, Bor, I, 620-23
25 May Sonoy's instructions to schouten in Noorderkwartier in event of invasion, Bor, I, 623
1 June Resumé of Demands of Orange and rebel delegation, Bor, I, 607-08
16 June King ordered that henceforth year to begin on 1 January, Bor, I, 644
18 June Account from Loyalist Council of State for King of peace talks, Bor, I, 613-14
23 June Reply of King to this resumé, Bor, I, 608
25 June Counter reply from Orange and rebel delegation, Bor, I, 609-10
4 July Requesens' edict forbidding trade or communications with enemy, Bor I, 615-6
11 July States of Holland and Zeeland invest Orange with 'high sovereignty' Bor, I, 641-43
14 July Orange and rebel delegation withdraw from inconclusive talks, Bor, I, 610-12
14 July Loyalists protest at decision for which they deny responsibility, Bor, I, 612
14 July Requesens' edict forbidding trade and communications with enemy published, Bor, I, 615-16
2 September Commentary of States of Brabant on peace talks at Breda, Bor, I, 614-15
4 September Account of torture applied to Pieter Nannincx, Bor, I, 640-01
6-30 September Confession and capital sentence of Nanning Coppensz. Bor, I, 627
November Requesens asked States of Brabant for loan of 350,000 guilders, Bor, I, 655-56
6-14 November Exchanges between Sonoy and magistrates of Hoorn over Jan Jeroensz., Bor, I, 630-33
November-December Sonoy sent Sonnenberg to Orange to protest about attitude of Hoorn in case of Jan Jeroensz. Bor, I, 633-34
22 November Orange orders Sonoy to keep in close touch with him, Bor, I, 654
3 January Orange appointed a commission to examine case of Jan Jeroensz. Bor, I, 635
14 February Commission declared readiness to proceed to investigate Jan Jeroensz. Bor, I, 635-6
17 February Orange orders Sonoy not to investigate Jan Jeroensz. any further, Bor, I, 636
18 March Elizabeth to Orange and States of Holland & Zeeland. Her response to the offer of sovereignty and her desire for truce, Bor, I, 667.
26 March Edict debarring foreigners and bastards from holding office in Brabant, Bor, I, 672
16 April Conditions agreed for the sale of the Haagse Bos, Bor, I, 676-77
25 April Orange recognised as 'chief and highest authority' in Holland and Zeeland for duration of war: Union of Holland and Zeeland, Bor, I, 668-72.
25 April Orange's Declaration on Union, Bor, I, 672-73.
15 November Request from Jan Jeroensz. to States of Holland, Bor, I, 639-40
24 March King's instructions for government following death of Requesens, Bor, I. 663
25 April Council of State urges rebel provinces to make peace with King, Bor, I, 682-3
14 May Peace of Monsieur, Bor, I, 683-90
29 June Terms on which Zierikzee surrendered to Mondragon, Bor,I, 680-81
21 July Orange and English representatives settle dispute,  Bor, I, 691-2.
23 July Agreement settling dispute between on one hand Orange and Zeeland and, on the other, the Merchants Adventurers, Bor, I, 691-92
26 July Mutineers condemned as rebels to King and country, Bor, I, 693
Early August Havré brought King's letter of 24 June to Council of State and reported on his mission to Spain, Bor, I, 704-5
1 August Intercepted letter from Verdugo in Antwerp to his lieuteant Margelle in Haarlem relating to Spanish mutiny, Bor, I, 711-12
2 August Loyalist Council of State condemned mutineers as rebels, Bor, I, 693
3 August States of Holland call on burgers of Utrecht to join them in opposing Spaniards, Bor, I, 696-97
8 August Excerpt of provisional agreement settling dispute between Sonoy and magistrates of the Noorderkwartier, Bor, I, 709
21 August Orange's declaration about dispute between Sonoy and the Noorderkwartier, Bor, I, 710-11
2 September Orange contacted States of Brabant to congratulate them on condemning mutineers, Bor, I, 694-6
8 September Roda in Antwerp claimed authority to supersede that of Council of State, Bor, I, 712
14 September Orange encourages Philippe de Lalaing to maintain his patriotic stance, Bor, I, 696
22 September Ordinance for the lieutenant-admiral of Zeeland, Bor, I, 705-08
22 September Justification for Arrest of Council of State, Bor, I, 712-14
22 September Edict issued by Council of State against mutineers, Bor, I, 714
22 September Orange invited to assist in bringing about departure of Spaniards, Bor, I, 716
23 September Orange agreed to help and not to threaten Catholic clergy, Bor, I, 716-17
23 September Edict against Freebooters, ostensibly issued by King, Bor, I, 708-09
27 September Brabant, Flanders and Hainaut negotiate with Orange, Bor, I, 717
1 October States General justify their opposition to the Spanish soldiers to Maximilian II, Bor, I, 721-22
3 October States of Holland call on militias of Utrecht to oppose Spaniards, Bor, I, 698-9
7 October Orange urged States of Gelderland to throw off Spanish yoke, Bor, I, 701-02
9 October States of Holland urged States of Gelre to join them in throwing off Spanish yoke, Bor, I, 702-03
20 October States of Gelre tell Orange they are ready to send representatives to talks, Bor, I, 703
23 October Orange urged Hierges to choose side of Revolt, Bor, I, 706-7
24 October Dirk van Sypestein encouraged Utrecht militias to resist garrison in Vredenburg, Bor, I, 699-700
29 October Pact between some German captains and some Spanish mutineers (Roda, Verdugo) to disarm inhabitants in Antwerp, Bor, I, 728
31 October Utrecht militias assure States of Holland of their hostility to Spaniards but assert their wish to maintain Catholics faith, Bor, I, 706
2-4 November Description of Spanish Fury Bor, I, 729-33
6 November Roda informed King of what had happened at Antwerp, Bor, I, 737-8.
8 November Pacification on Ghent, Bor, I, 339-41
? November Proclamation of Pacification and Re-union of the Netherlands, Bor, I, 741
? November Remonstrance of States of Brabant to States General about Antwerp's devastation, Bor, I, 733-35
December Hoorn protested vehemently about treatment of Jan Jeroensz, Bor, I, 534-5
8 December Oath of Loyalty to King and Orange to be sworn by all those returning to Holland after the Pacification, Bor, I, 741-42.
13 December Edict signed by Roda forbidding inhabitants of Antwerp to leave town, Bor, I, 338
18 December Edict forbidding the removal of plundered goods from Antwerp, Bor, I, 735-37
 Many of the documents cited by Horn in his Defence listed in Bor, I, Byvoegsel, 119-2o
 For date see poster in J. van Vloten, Nederlands opstand tegen Spanje 1564-1567 (Haarlem, 1856), 156-7.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 321.
 This was probably the Oratio ecclesiarum Christi, per varias Germaniae Belgicae provincias, sub antichristi jugo gementium, ad potentissimum dominum, dominum Maximilianum, (Heidelberg, 1566) USTC 680482.
 [Adriaen Pauw], 'Relaes van het gepasseerde van den jaere 1566 en 1567 in Amsterdam'. The editor had intended to include this document at Bor, I, 248, line 18 after the words 'en gestraft te woeden'.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr10897.
 See Archives ou correspondence inédite de la maison d'Orange-Nassau, II, 429-50.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 11658
 USTC 2015 Remonstrance et supplication de ceus de l'Eglise reformée de la ville de Valencennes
 USTC 4045 Epistre et amiable remonstrance d'un ministre de l'evangile aux pasteurs de l'eglise flamengue d'Anvers
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr. 10845
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Orange, nr 1194
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Orange nr. 11169
 Unable to locate a copy in USTC. Bor doubted its authenticity.
 No printed edition of these Thirteen Articles listed in USTC, but probably it was c. 1567-68.
 see USTC 421638.
 See USTC 415289 and 452790
 See USTC 411057.
 USTC 415374
 The USTC lists 6 editions, 409923, 411388, 404553, 628572, 628571, 421839.
 Het Geuzen Liedboek, ed. J. Leendertz 2 vols (Zutphen, 1924-25), no. 45 pp. I, 99-101.
 Bor, I, 271 includes a Dutch translation of Latin pasquil mocking this honour.
 Evidence deals at length about events in Utrecht in 1566-1567.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Orange nr.10887
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Orange nr.10046
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Orange nr. 12216
 This petition from Netherlanders was presented to Diet at Augsburg on 17 October . The USTC records 5 Latin editions of this petition: 404615, 672659, 672660, 672696, 50725 and one English translation: 507328.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr.12049.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10047.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10070.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10062
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10063.
 No copy of Dutch translation listed in USTC: two Latin editions USTC 626312 and 421651. Latin original entitled Germaniam inferiorem libertati vindicantis. Ad ordines et populum denunciatio, probably printed in Germany. See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 11168
 De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 5969
 De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr10534
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10865
 See USTC 427791, 402928
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 2887
 See USTC 421663 Antwoorde ende waerachtighe onderrichtinghe op eenen brieff nu onlanx onder den name des Hertoghe van Alba, by forme van pardoen aen die van Aemstelredammme geschreven.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10064
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 3395
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 10065; USTC 411806
 See USTC 421657 Copie, eens sendtbriefs der ridderschap edelen ende stede van Hollandt aen die Staten vanden lande vanherwaertsovere.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 9373
 This commission apparently missing from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, but see nr. 2804.
 See Acta van de Nederlandsche Synoden der zestiende eeuw, ed. J.L. Rutgers [Werken des Marnix-Vereeniging Ser. II, deel III] (Utrecht, 1889). Pp. 120-220.
 This commission apparently missing from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr 9392.
 USTC 421685 In Sekere brieven waer inne den aenghevanghen vrede-handel deses jaer LXXIIII
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 11310
 USTC 421686
 Apparently missing from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje but see however ibid., nr. 11507.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 11507
 De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 11055
 Apparently omitted from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje.
 Orange's reply to Maximilian II omitted from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 8874
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 9071
 Bor pays considerable attention to the case of Jan Jeroensz., I, 626-641; for a detailed account see H. van Nierop, Treason in the Northern Quarter. War, Terror and the Rule of Law in the Dutch Revolt (Princeton, 2009), ch.5-10.
 Unable to trace this protest in De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 12044
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 10066
 This letter apparently missing from De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 11799
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 954.
 Usually dated as 6 May 1576
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 10768.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, 12677 where however it is dated 21 July 1576
 Correspondance de Philippe II, ed. L.P. Gachard, III, 204-06
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr. 12045
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr. 8867
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr.10069
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr. 12043
 See Justificatie vanden aentast ende bewaringe van eenighe Heeren vanden Raedt van State ende andere int Nederlant USTC 411062, 411063.
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje nr. 12042
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr.10267; see also nr 3901
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr. 5453
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 4546
 See De correspondentie van Willem van Oranje, nr 6126