Leoninus and Orange Steadfastness of the Prince Changes in the internal government of the northern provinces Generosity and increasing power of the municipalities Incipient jealousy in regard to Orange rebuked His offer of resignation refused by the Estates His elevation to almost unlimited power Renewed mediation of Maximilian Views and positions of the parties Advice of Orange Opening of negotiations at Breda Propositions and counter-propositions Adroitness of the plenipotentiaries on both sides Insincere diplomacy and unsatisfactory results Union of Holland and Zealand under the Prince of Orange Act defining his powers Charlotte de Bourbon Character, fortunes, and fate of Anna of Saxony Marriage of Orange with Mademoiselle de Bourbon Indignation thereby excited Horrible tortures inflicted upon Papists by Sonoy in North Holland Oudewater and Schoonoven taken by Hierges The isles of Zealand A submarine expedition projected Details of the adventure Its entire success Death of Chiappin Vitelli Deliberations in Holland and Zealand concerning the renunciation of Philip's authority Declaration at Delft Doubts as to which of the Great Powers the sovereignty should be offered Secret international relations Mission to England Unsatisfactory negotiations with Elizabeth Position of the Grand Commander Siege of Zieriekzee Generosity of Count John Desperate project of the Prince Death and character of Requesens.

Leoninus and Orange Steadfastness of the Prince Changes in the internal government of the northern provinces Generosity and increasing power of the municipalities Incipient jealousy in regard to Orange rebuked His offer of resignation refused by the Estates His elevation to almost unlimited power Renewed mediation of Maximilian Views and positions of the parties Advice of Orange Opening of negotiations at Breda Propositions and counter-propositions Adroitness of the plenipotentiaries on both sides Insincere diplomacy and unsatisfactory results Union of Holland and Zealand under the Prince of Orange Act defining his powers Charlotte de Bourbon Character, fortunes, and fate of Anna of Saxony Marriage of Orange with Mademoiselle de Bourbon Indignation thereby excited Horrible tortures inflicted upon Papists by Sonoy in North Holland Oudewater and Schoonoven taken by Hierges The isles of Zealand A submarine expedition projected Details of the adventure Its entire success Death of Chiappin Vitelli Deliberations in Holland and Zealand concerning the renunciation of Philip's authority Declaration at Delft Doubts as to which of the Great Powers the sovereignty should be offered Secret international relations Mission to England Unsatisfactory negotiations with Elizabeth Position of the Grand Commander Siege of Zieriekzee Generosity of Count John Desperate project of the Prince Death and character of Requesens.