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Centre for Metropolitan History

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J.G. Nichols (editor)

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1852

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105-108

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'Index', Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London: Camden Society old series, volume 53 (1852), pp. 105-108. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=51592 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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The reader is apprised that this Index is partial, and confined principally to such matters as might not be readily found by means of the chronological arrangement of the text. To events of familiar notoriety, and the actors in them, particularly those in the earlier and more summary portions of the Chronicle, it will be easy to refer without the intervention of an Index.

Albryght, William, 87

Aldersgate street, voice in the wall, 90

Allyn, doctor, 31, 33

Angus, Archibald earl of, passes through England, 31; conduct in Scotland, 46

st. Anne's Aldersgate, burnt, 57

Ascough, Anne, 51

Audley, lord chancellor, 35, 47, 61 note

Augmentations, Court of, 39

Babraham, 99

Barlow, bishop William, 84

Barnes, Robert, 33, 43, 44

Barton, Elizabeth, 37

Billements, 43

Bishops, Protestant, commission on, 83; discharged, 84

Blackfriars, parliament at, 31; legates sit at, 35; steeple pulled down, 49

Bocking, doctor Edward, 37

Boiling, punishment of, 101

Boleyne, queen Anne, her coronation, 36; her execution, 38

Bonner, bishop, 54, 63; his imprisonment in the Marshalsea, 65; re-instatement of, 82; sings mass, 84

Bourne, bishop Gilbert, 83

Bridewell hospital, foundation of, xxiii. xxv. 96; man hung in, 97

Brokenwharf, fire at, 58

Bucher, Joan, 58, 66

Calf, monstrous, 57

Capon, bishop John, 37

Cardmaker, John, 56, 57, 63, 64

Caston, Stephen, 67

Cat hung on the gallows, 88

Charterhouse pulled down, 49

Chertsey abbey, 56

Children, double, 75

Christ Church priory suppressed, 35; French ambassadors lodged at, 61

Christ's hospital, foundation of, xxiv.

Christmas, lord of, 73, 76

Church plate, seizure of, 77

City gates and walls repaired, 60, 61

Cobham, lord, 86

Coin, clipping of, 35, 43, 50; enhancement of, 33, 47; proclamations regarding, 70, 72, 73; half-faced and wholefaced, 47

Coining, 52, 58

Conversion of St. Paul, observed, 94

Convocation, 85, 92

Corn, scarcity of, 33, 34

Corpus Christi day, 56, 59, 67

Counter, removed from Bread street to Wood street, 96

Cranmer, archbishop, 60, 61, 62, 63, 68; committed to the Tower, 84; trial, 85, 89; condemned, 96

Crome, doctor Edward, 50

Curtis, alderman, 77

Darval Gadarn, 42

Day, bishop George, 68, 71

Dering, Richard, 37

Disputation at Paul's, 85; at Oxford, 89

Ditch, the city, stopped up, 77

Dolphins taken at Black wall, 75

Dudley, lord Robert, imprisoned, 81; condemned, 86

Durham place, 93

Earthquakes, 5, 19, 69

Easter, observance of, 74

Elsing spital suppressed, 35

Evil May-day 30, 99; remembered by the citizens in 1527, 33

Ferrar, bishop Robert, 57

Ferrars, George, 73, 76

Fisher, bishop, 33, 35, 38

Forrest, friar John, 32, 42

Franciscans, see Grey Friars

French crowns, 67, 68

French hoods, 43

Gardiner, bishop, 54, 56; deprived, 68

Garrard, Thomas, 43, 44

st. George's day, 74

st. Giles, Cripplegate, burnt, 49

Gold, Henry, parson of Aldermary, 37

Golde, a preacher, 63

Goldsmiths and Fishmongers, 89

Goodrich, bishop Thomas, 69; sworn chancellor, 73

Greenwich, visitation of the friars Observants, 31; restored, 95

Grey amices of St. Paul's, 59

Grey Friars, origin and history of, ix.; building of their convent and church, x.; subsequent history, xiv.; their surrender, xv.; interments in the church, xx.; account of their Register, xxx.

Grey, lord Thomas, beheaded, 89

Guildhall, louvres set up, 25

Harpsfield, archdeacon John, 92

Harris, John, merchant-taylor, 87

Heath, bishop Nicholas, 68, 71

Heresy, persons burnt for, 35, 36, 42, 97

Heretical books burnt, 48, 52

Hodgeskynne, bishop, 78

Holy days, division on the keeping of, 61, 62, 67; put down, 74; partially observed, 89

Hooper, John, 63

Host, stolen at St. Botolph's, 35; stained with blood by a priest, 48

Hungerford, lady, executed, 31; note 99
-, — — lord, beheaded, 43; note 100

Hylle, John, recantation of, 90

Images pulled down, 54, 55

Inclosures, insurrection against, 59

st. James in the field, sermon at, 56

Jerome, William, 43, 44

Jesus chapel, 71

Joseph, doctor John, 62

Juego de cannas, 92, 93

Kent, gentlemen of, pilloried for refusing taxes, 47

Kyrkham, doctor Thomas, 67

Latimer, bishop, 55
-, —William, 63

Laygton, a preacher, 56

Lent, white meats allowed in, 39

Lollards' tower, 98

London Chronicles, vii.

st. Margaret's, Westminster, sacrilege in, 95

Mass, abolished in St. Paul's, 59; persons rebuked for hearing, 61

May, William, dean of St. Paul's, 55, 58, 69

Meautas, James, or John, his life threatened, 30; note 99

Misrule, lord of, 73, 76

Monoux, sir George, refused the mayoralty, 31; note 101

Musters in London, 42, 49; at Tothill fields, 72, 73

Newgate, fire at, 97

Newgate market, house for meal-men built, 57; removal of, 77

Northumberland, John duke of, 71; his unpopularity, 73; arrested, 80; trial and execution, 83

Observant Friars, 26, 31, 37, 95

Oxford, parliament at, 88; disputations at, 89; bishops burnt at, 96

Pakington, Robert, his murder, 39

Pardon church-yard near the Charterhouse, 40
-, —— at St. Paul's, 58

Parliament, ended, 74; in 1553, 77, 84; in 1554, 92; in 1555, 96

Partridge, sir Miles, hung at Tower hill, 73

st. Paul's, processions to, 33, 50; funeral dirges, 54; visitation of, and images pulled down, 54; rood pulled down, and English service commenced, 55; processions forbidden, 56; charnelhouse removed, 57; sacrament at the high altar pulled down, 58; the cloister pulled down, 58; masses abolished, 59; archbishop Cranmer officiates at, 60, 61; bishop Bonner officiates, 62; Cardmaker's lectures, 56, 57, 63, 64; altar pulled down, 67; frays in, 68; the rectores chori put down, 68; grates at high altar closed up, and veil hung up, 69; table removed, 71; the great belfrey, 74; organs left playing, 75; altars, chapels, and tombs, plucked down, ib.; new communion service, 76; altars restored, 84; first high mass at, 85; weathercock new gilt, ib.; processions on sundays, 86; epistle mass, 88; penance at, 92; obsequies of queen of Spain, 96

Paul's churchyard, man slain in, 73

Paul's cross, sermons at, 33, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 63, 66

Penance at St. Paul's, 92

Penthouses, regulation of, 78

Peter college, 65, 103

Philip, king, landing of, 90; entry into London, 91; attends the parliament, 92; leaves England, 96

Piedmont, the prince of, 93

Pillar for punishment in Cheap, 78

Poisoning punished by boiling, 30, 35, 45; note 101

Pole, cardinal, arrival of, 93; at St. Paul's, ib.

de la Pole, Edmund, 27, 29
-, —— Richard, slain, 32.

Ponet, bishop John, his divorce, 70; his book, 77

Pope, his power put down, 37; prayed for, 92

Potter, Gilbert, story of, 79

Processions, religious, 32, 34, 49, 50; prohibited, 56; discontinued, 77; renewed, 85, 86, 89, 93, 94, 95; revived in every parish, 97

Read, alderman Richard, 48

Religious houses suppressed in London, 42

Renscroft, William, 32

Rich, Hugh, 37

Ridley, Nicholas, installed bishop of London, 67; his sermon stigmatising the daughter of Henry VIII. 78; arrested, 81; condemned, 89; burnt 96

Risby, Richard, 37

Rogers, John, burnt, 94

Salt, price of, 33

Sanctuary at the Grey Friars, 34

Scory, bishop John, 83

Scot, John, the king's player, 34

Seal, the king's, counterfeited, 44

Semer, alderman Thomas, his unpopularity, 33

Serjeants' feast, 21

Shaxton, bishop Nicholas, 51

Shoemakers of St. Martin's, 30

Skinners' procession on Corpus Christi day, 56

Smith, doctor Richard, 63

Somerset, Edward duke of, made protector, 54; committed to the Tower, 71; tried, 72; executed, 73

Spital sermons, 55

Standish, bishop of St. Asaph, 31, 34

Stokesley, bishop John, 36

Suffolk, duke of, beheaded, 88

Surrey, earl of, 30

Sweating sickness, 70

Synod at Lambeth, 96

Taunton, captain, 97

Taxes, punishments for refusing to pay, 47, 48 note

Taylor, bishop John, degraded, 85

Temple, reader's dinner at, 97

Testerns put down, 57, 58

Tothill, musters at, 72, 73

Tower of London, fire at, 57

Tower-hill, abbey of, 75

Tunstall, bishop, 73, 75

Victuals, attempts to regulate the price of, 70, 72

Victuallers, regulation of, 68

Visitation, cardinal Wolsey's, 33; the king's, in 1547, 54; bishop Ridley's, 66

Watch, the City, 35, 47, 49, 56

Watch at the gates of London, 71, 82

Watson, bishop Thomas, 83

Westminster abbey, shrine at, 94; note 104

Whitehall, parliament meets at, 77

Whitsuntide, observance of, 76

Whittington's library, xiii.

Williams, John lord, 97

Willow by the Thames side, a place of execution, 37

Wolsey, his visitation, 33; his death, 35

Women, seven, whipped, 73

Wriothesley, lord chancellor, 51, 54

Wyatt's insurrection, 86; beheaded, 89

Wymmesley, archdeacon, 90



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