An agreement is signed between Don Louis Requesens, Governor of the
Netherlands, and Queen Elizabeth I of England. Its terms promise
the banishment of all anti-governmental English political refugees
from the Netherlands, and re-opens trade between English merchants
and those in Antwerp. In return, Elizabeth agrees to refuse access
to English seaports to the Dutch rebels, and disallow English
volunteers from serving with William of Orange.
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Editors. "Elizabeth allies with Resquesens against William of Orange". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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