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'Index', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 12 (1801), pp. V-LXIV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63684 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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The letter A refers to the Appendix at the end of this volume.

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ABERGUILLY, chapel of, 476.

Abingdon, monastery of, 301; Siward, abbot of, 304.

Abingdon, abbot of, 300; Fabricius, abbot of, 317.

Abbot, John, prebendary, 78; John, of Guildford, 590, 591; Damaris, ibid.

Abbot, election of one, by way of compromise; meaning of, 196.

Abbot's mill granted to the city, A. 634; discharge of homage for it, 643; rebuilt, 657, 659, 672.

Acon, siege of, 343.

Acrise, rector of, 105.

Acton, in Middlesex, rector of, 81.

Adams, John, prebendary, account of, 106.

Addington, Henry, speaker of the house of commons, entertained by the mayor, 659, 660.

Adelicia, queen of Henry II. 319.

Adelwold, or Ethelwolph, king Henry Ist's confessor, 138.

Adelwolph, king, 161.

Adisham, rectors of, 55, 69, 75, 80, 85, 592, 593, 595.

Administration, letters of, granted by the archdeacon, 551.

Adrian, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 179, 180, 185, 275.

Adrian, Ralph, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 212.

Agar, Moses, mayor, A. 609.

Agelnoth, dean of the priory of Christ-church, 303.

Agen, diocese of, 572.

Aglionby, dean, life of, 21, 54.

Aglionby, Dr. John, principal of Edmund hall, 21; Aglionby's, of Cumberland, ibid.

Airay, Henry, prebendary, account of, 57.

Akemancestre, now Bath, 293.

Albania, cardinal, bishop of, 196.

Albert, cardinal, life of, 323.

Albin, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 180, 185.

Albinius, professor at Leyden, 505.

Alchmund, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Alcock, John, mayor, 222, A. 606; John, 627; Thomas, 645.

Alcuinus, epistles to, 280.

Aldermen of the city, 6; appointed A. 600; twelve appointed, 602, 623; hold view of frank-pledge, 618; provide gowns, &c. for themselves, 635; displaced and restored, 652; fine for refusing the office of mayor, ibid.

Aldey, Edward, master of Kingsbridge hospital, and prebendary, account of, 103; Henry, mayor, A. 606.

Aldington, rectors of, 13, 83; palace of, 434, 524; manor of, 547.

Alexander, Peter, prebendary, account of, 87.

Alexander, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 193.

Alfred, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Alfred, king, 289.

Alfric, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Algrind, in Spencer's Pastorals, whom it meant, 461.

Aihallows, Barking, in London, rectors of, 59, 478; Bread street, in London, rectors of, 41, 42, 70; Lombard-street, rectors of, 99; Thames-street, rectors of, 91. See likewise London.

Alhallows, now Best's lane, in Canterbury, A. 621.

Alhune, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 180.

Alianor, queen of Henry II. 325.

Almonry, or eleemosinary of St. Augustine's monastery, 223.

Alms-houses, in St. Peter's lane, A. 632.

Alva, cuke of, 448.

Alfred, king, 288.

Amalmenus, Peter, canon of Bourdeaux, 373.

Ambresbury, synod at, 295, 299.

Ambassadors, their reception, &c. drawn up by Sir John Finett, T. Ch. 1, 597, 599.

Amcolts, Charles, 108.

Amfleete, bay of, 177.

American bishops, legacy for, 509; letter concerning, 511.

Amiens, city of, A. 598.

Amie, Wm. mayor, A. 607.

Amys, George, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 212, 214.

Annatus, Jacobus, bishop of Pavia, 583.

Anderanes, in France, tithery of, 572.

Andover, lord, A. 598.

Andreu, John, alderman of Redingate, A. 596.

Andrews, Mr. 236.

Angel, alias Bell Harry steeple, in the cathedral, 436.

Anglia Sacra of Wharton centured, by Dr. Burnet, 269.

Anne, princess, daughter of king George II. 45.

Annunciation, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 204.

Antiquitates Brit. Ecclesiæ; by archbishop Parker, 454.

Antoni, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 212.

Anyan, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 105.

Apledore, vicar of, 97.

Apothecaries formerly confectioners, A. 624.

Apparitors, appointed by the archdeacon, 551; general to the same, 584.

Apprentices, when first admitted to freedom, A. 614, 627.

Appropriations, origin and cause of, 176.

Apricot, when first introduced into England, 461.

Apulderfield, Wm. 113.

Aquitaine, clergy of, 517.

Archbishop's election, contest for, 342, 346, 352; difficulties and expences of it at Rome, 528; present mode of, 525, 527; his confirmation, account of, 529; difficulties of obtaining it at Rome, ibid. consecration, account of, 531; inthronization, account of, 531, 533, 541; throne in cathedral erected, 495; pall, account of, 532; lived in common with his monks, 310; revenues, account of, 547; his peculiars, what they are, 516; their contests with the see of York, 258, et seq; with their archdeacons, 551 antient method of their interment, 319; great difference in the chronology of them, 269.

Archbishops, patrons of three of the prebends of Christchurch, 54, 516; patrons of Kingsbridge hospital, 124; of St. Gregories priory, 139; have the custody of Rochester castle, 321, and of that bishopric, 543; visitors of Oxford university, 412, 522, 523, and of Guildford hospital, 471; of Cambridge university, 523; their provincial jurisdictions and prerogatives, 516; patrons of the archdeaconry, 516; their options, 517; their right to coin money and mints in Canterbury, 519, 520, 521; their pre-eminences and privileges, 541; power to grant dispensations, 542; are metropolitans of all England, ibid. their place in general councils, ibid. precedence next the royal family, 343; their right to crown and christen the royal family, 544, 545; the king and queen their special and peculiar parishioners, 545, 546; have the confirmation and consecration of all prowincial bishops, 546; have the right of summoning bishops and clergy to convocation, 547; their palaces and castles, account of, 524; palace in Canterbury, 309, 354. 439, 452, A. 598; royal seasts at, 372; pillaged, 376; repaired, 452.

Archbishops cardinals, 352, 362, 395, 400, 420, 426, 428, 433; lord chancellors, 327, 347, 348, 379, 384, 385, 388, 395, 401, 403, 409, 411, 412, 423, 425, 428, 433, 437, 438, 439, 446, 462, 473, 475, 579, chancellors of Oxford, 370, 371, 403, 427, 440, 447, 467, 476, 485; of Cambridge. 447; of the exchequer, 575; lord high almoners, 503; chief justiciaries of England, 437, 348, 384; treasurers, 357, 379, 384, 395, 483; masters of the rolls, 432.

Archbishops, their several courts, 518; their chancellors, 579, 584; commissaries, 70, 87, 133, 246, 575. 579; vicars general and officials, 398, 425, 569, 570, 587.

ARCHBISHOPS, LIST OF, 140, 144, 149, 435; Abbot, 156, 590, A. 643; life of, 470; Agelnoth, 183, 302; life of, 303; Æthelgar, life of, 298; Alphage, see Elphege. Anselm, 543, 559, 560; life of, 313; Arundel, 131, 210, 414, 415, 416, 551, 579, 580, 582, A. 615; life of, 409; Athelard, 257, 288, 289, 519, 556, 557; life of, 284; Augustine, 164, 270; life of, 265; Baldwin, 392, 520, 566, 567; life of, 342; Bancrost, 57; life of, 467; Becket, 115, 191, 256, 263, 264, 350, 354, 444, 562, 571, A. 641; life of, 327; Bonisace, 337, 344, 362, 368, 405, 535; life of, 359; Bourchier, 138, 519, 521, 526, 585; life of, 427; Bradwardin, life of, 389; Bregwin, life of, 282, 283; Brithwald, 164, 274; life of, 278; Ceolnoth, 519, 557; life of, 287; Chichley, 65, 132, 422; life of, 417; Corboil, 138, 561; life of, 320; Cornwallis, life of, 512; Courtney, 359, 415, 580; life of, 403; Cranmer, 2, 75, 439, 451, 522, 548, 586, life of, 442; Cuthbert, 164, 283; life of, 280; Deane, 585, A. 626; life of, 436; Deusdedit, life of, 274; Dunstan, 289, 319; life of, 292; Eadsin, 183, 219; life of, Edmund, 141, life of Elphege, 558, life of, 301; Elric, life of, 299, Elsin, Use of, 292; Fleologild, life of, 287; Grindal, 457; life of, 458; Herring, life of, 501; Honorius, 164, 254, 255, 276; life of, 273; Hutton, life of, 503; Janibert, or Lambert, 164, 257, 258; life of, 283; Islip, 118, 151, 168, 319, 389; life of, 391; Justus, 164, 254, 255, 266, 267; life of, 272; Juxon, 22, 128; life of, 482; Kempe, 526; life of, 424; Kilwardby, 151, 366, 536, 570; life of, 361; Lambert, See Janibert; Lanfrane, 115, 137, 138, 139, 149, 171, 185, 186, 256, 260, 291, 296, 308, 559, 567, A. 642; life of, 308; Langham, 400; life of, 394; Langton, 337, 354, 566; life of, 352; Laud, 23, 65, 89, 157, 434, 482; life of, 474; Laurence, 162, 164, 166, 178, 254, 266; life of, 270; Livinge, 558; life of, 302; Lysegwin, See Bregwin Mellitus, 164, 266, 267; life of, ibid. life of, 271; Mepham, 405, 530; life of, 381; MOORE, 49, 81; life of, 514; Morton, 113, 317, 537, 546, 585; life of, 431; Nothelm, 164; life of, 279; life of, 290; Parker, 9, 38, 68, 122, 157, 224, 300, 312, 454, 549, 564, 588; life of, 451; Peckham, 151, 536; life of, 364; Plegmund, 255, 519; life of, 288; Pole, 223, 444; life of, 445; Potter, 46, 70, 108, 155; life of, 499; Ralph, or Rodulph, 256, 259, 316, 544, 545, 560; life of, 318; Reginald, life of, 345; Reynolds, 534, 573; life of, 379; Richard, 150, 160, 319, 335, 563, 568, Robert Gemeticensis, life of, 304; Sancrost, 128, 157, 456, 489, 591, 592, 593; life of, 487; Sheldon, 28, 128, 435, 470, 456, 489, 591, 592, 593; 484; Secker, 91, 156, 470, 522; life of, 504; Siricius, 182; life of, 299; Stafford, A. 617; life of, 422; Stratford, 115, 122, 151, 536, life of, 574; Stigand, 184 559; life of, 305; Sudbury, 117, 118, 119, 318, 326, 536, 578; life of, 400; Tatwin, 164; life of, 279; Tenison, 155, 470; life of, 493; Theobald, 179, 189, 190, 256, 561, 562; life of, 323; Theodore, 164, 179, 180, 273; life of, 275; Tillotson, 32, 61; life of, 490; Ufford, 392; life of, 387; Wake, 42; life of, 497; Walden, 410; life of, 415; Walter, 115, 137, 141, 203, 358, 378, 520, 561, 566; life of, 346; Warham, 297, 502, 522, 533, 534, 535, 538, 586; life of, 438; Wethershed, life of, 356; Whitgift, 9, 11, 77, 124, 157; life of, 462; Wittlesey, 435; life of, 398; Winchelsea, 200, 260, 261, 529, 531, 534, 544, 545, 571; life of, 370; Wlselm, life of, 289; Wlfred, 370, 519; life of, 285; lives of, by archbishop. Parker, 453, 454.

Archbishop, the present, his stately housekeeping at Lambeth palace, 525; keeps a public table there during the sitting of parliament, 513, 525.

Archbishop, term of, not used in antient times, 266.

Archbishopric, the foundation of, 252.

ARCHDEACONS OF CANTERBURY, three different ones constituted in Canterbury diocese, 555, 563; reduced again to one, ibid. has the vacancy of churches, 552, 564, 565; not allowed a stall in chapter of priory, 554; churches and appropriations belonging to him, 556; controversies between them and the archbishops, 551; between them and the abbot of St. Augustine's and compromise, 552; reside at Hackington, 567; black book of, 550, et seq.

Archdeacons, registers and apparitors general to, 584; officials, 242, 551, 568, 569.

Archdeacons cardinals, 573, 575, 557, 581, 582; chancellors of Oxford, 581; keepers of great seal, 582; of privy seal, 579.

ARCHDEACONS, LIST OF, 145, 148, 555, 556; Almeric, or Almer, account of, 557; Anschitillus, account of, 559; Asketin, account of, 561; Backhouse, 135; account of, 594; Battely, 58; account of, 592; Becket, 327, 329; account of, 562; Beornorth, account of, 557; Bourchier, 132; account of, 585; Bowers, 66: account of, 593; Bricton, account of, 573; Brinstan, account of, 557; Cashlion, account of, 564; Chicheley, Wm. account of, 582; Tho. 132; account of, 584; Bishopsbridge, 562; Clifford, 551; account of, 579: Columna, Prosper de, account of, 582; Convenius, or de Cominges, account of, 573. Cranmer, account of, 586; Ealstan, account of, 557; Engolesme, account of, 574; Ethelwald, account of, 557; Eycl, or de Labredo, 555, 573; account of, 571; Faversham, account of, 571; Feriengs, account of, 570: Fotherby, 13, 14, 15, 68; account of, 590; Freak, account of, 588; Geast, account of, 593; 588; Green, account of, 593; Haimo, account of, 558; Hall, account of, 591; Hallum, account of, 580, 582; Harpsfield, 67, 121, 130, 153, 244; account of, 587; Head, account of, 594; Helwise, account of, 561; Herbert, 566: account of, 563: John, account of, 560; Judicis, account of, 577: Kingsley, 89: account of, 590: Labredo, or la Bredo. See above, Eyci de la Bredo: Liæving, account of, 557: Langton, 569, 570: account of, 566: Lisle, 85: account of, 593: LYNCH, 42: account of, 595: Middleton, account of, 569: Monte Lucili, account of, 569: Mortimer, account of, 569: Mottrum, 409: account of, 579: Othohon, account of, 568: Packington, account of, 578: Parker, 62, 134: account of, 591: Pentwyn, 434: account of, 585: Redman, 56: account of, 589: Riddell, account of, 562: Robert, account of, 564: Roger, account of, 189: Rogerius, account of, 575: Rumworth, alias Cirencester, account of, 582: Rupy Andomar de, account of, 578: Sandford, 195: account of, 565: Sancrost, account of, 591: Sigesreth, account of, 557 Sistre, account of, 575: Cosmedin, cardinal de Sta Maria in, account of, 573: Stratford, account of, 574: Valerius, account of, 559: Vicenna, account of, 568: Wakefield, account of, 577: Wakering, account of, 581: Walter, account of, 561: Warham, 441: account of, 585: Werbeald, account of, 557: William, account of, 559: the second, account of, 561: Wlfred, 285, 550: account of, 556: Wynter burn, account of, 584: Yarmouth, account of, 570.

ARCHDEACONRY, first institution of, account of it, 550: the archbishop patron of it, 516: revenue and value of it, 402, 556.

Arches, dean of, 391, 398, 425: court of, 518.

Archery, butts erected for in the city, A. 629.

Arden, the charges for burning him, A. 635.

Arkwright, Sir Richard, A. 659.

Arles-Eleutherius, bishop of, 265: Augustine consecrated a bishop there, ibid.

Armagh, archbishop of, 203.

Armerar, John, cl. 2.

Arundel, lord Thomas, 112: earl of, his forest see to the archbishop, 362, 368; John de, 368: Richard Fitzalan, earl of, 409: lord, A. 598.

Arthur, prince, son of king Henry VIII. at Canterbury, A. 626.

Artichokes first propagated in England, 461.

Ash, curate of, 145.

Ashburnham, Alice, 154.

Ashenden, John, 222.

Ashford, vicar of, 87.

Assembly room built in city, A. 657.

Assize fresh force, writs of, in Sheriff's court, A. 623.

Assessment, the first for weekly maintenance of the poor, A. 641.

Assizes held in Canterbury, A. 632, 637, 650, 654, 656.

Athelm, a nobleman in king Alfred's court, 290.

Athelstane, king, 169, 289, 290, 519, 520.

Athelward, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Attewode, Wm. bailiff of city, A. 604.

Atwode, Tho. mayor, A. 605.

Aucher, John, prebendary, account of, 79; Sir Anthony, 103; Dr. endows Cogan's hospital, A. 648; Sir William, M. P. elected and discharged from office of mayor. A. 652.

Avery, James, mayor, A. 610.

Augustine, archbishop, life of, 265.

Augustine friars settle in Canterbury, A. 613. See also White Friars.

Avignon, friars minors at, 206; monastery of Carthusians there founded, 395.

Austen's, 236, 237, 240.

Ayerst, Wm. prebendary, account of, 66.

Aylsham school, scholarships from, 457.

Aysham, near Newark, rector of, 67.

B.

Babb's hill, near Longport, 239.

Baccanceld, council and synod at, 278, 285, 556.

Backhouse, Wm. master of Kingsbridge hospital, 129, 135; archdeacon, ibid. account of, 594.

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, lordkeeper, 457.

Baconiana, or remains of Sir Francis Bacon, 497.

Badelsmere's, 536, 537, 572.

Baieux, Odo, bishop of, 310, 311, 559.

Bailiffs of the city, A. 600; appointed, 602; LIST of them, 603; privilege of chusing them granted, 612; have power to purchase lands, 615.

Baker, Samuel, prebendary, account of, 84; John, 458; Sarah erects a new theatre in the city, A. 659.

Bakers appointed searchers of Eastbridge mill, A. 613.

Balderston, Samuel, A. 659.

Baldock, Wm. A. 660.

Bale, John, the centurist, prebendary, account of, 101.

Balle, John, a famous preacher, 402.

Bancrost, Richard, prebendary, account of, 57; John, 467.

Bangor, bishops of, 436, 437; Moore, 49, 514; Herring, 501; Hutton, 503; Ewer, 515.

Banister, Mr. 48.

Banquet, expences of, 625.

Barbican, near the gate of the castle, A. 617.

Barford, Wm. prebendary, account of, 85.

Bargrave, Isaac, prebendary, account of, 73; dean, 16, 73; life of, 17; John, prebendary, account of, 73.

Bargrave's, 16, 17, 20, 21.

Barett, Stephen, mayor, A. 605.

Barham, Thos. infirmarer of St. Augustine's monastery, 212; Richard Harris, mayor, A. 610; alderman, 656.

Barham court, near Canterbury, 14; down, royal meeting at, A. 599.

Barker, Wm. prebendary, account of, 105.

Barking, abbess of, 327.

Barley, in Hertfordshire, rectors of, 438, 501.

Barlow, Wm. prebendary, account of, 82.

Barnsfield, near Canterbury, 235.

Barracks erected near the city, A. 660.

Barrett, Paul, recorder, A. 611; Thomas, 660.

BARTON, Berton, Bertona, alias LONGPORT MANOR, account of, 238; HOUSE, ibid.

Barton, Little, 236.

Barton, Eyci de la, archdeacon, See among the archdeacons.

Barton, Anne, 237.

Basil, council at, 428, 583.

Bassock, Clement, mayor, A. 607.

Bath and Wells, bishops of, 8, 34, 199, 534; Siricius, bishop of, 182, 190, 299; Reginald, 344; William, 361: Burnel, 363: Barlow, 451: Stafford, 420, 423: Laud, 476: Savaricus, 564.

Bath, abbot of, 301: hospital of St. John at, 345: cathedral church of, 345.

Bathel, Robert de, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 196.

Bathcost, Thomas, mayor, A. 606.

Battel, abbot of, 194.

Battely, John, prebendary, 134: account of, 58: archdeacon, his charity to Kingbridge hospital, 127: master of the same, 134: archdcacon, account of, 593.

Battely, Mr. his History of Canterbury, A. 654.

Bawden, Ralph, mayor, A. 607. 607.

Baynes, John, monk of St. Auguynes, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Beacon, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 68.

Beadle, common one appointed for the city: his duty, A. 638, 644, 648.

Beadmund, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Beaksborne, parsonage of, 144; vicarage of, 145; palace of, 524: church of, 453: parish of, 455.

Beale, Hamon, 222; Thomas, mayor, A. 606.

Beam for weighing erected in the city, A. 634.

Beane, John, mayor, A. 609; Thomas, ibid.

Beard, sheriff of the city pays a fine for wearing one, A. 634.

Beaufort, earl of. 575.

Beaumont, John, mayor, A. 609.

Beauvoir, Dr. master of the king's school, his high character, 43.

Bec, prior of, 308; abbot of, 323, 339.

Beccan, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Bede, venerable, his ecclesiastical history, 180, 280.

Bedford, archdeacon of, 18; duke of, 419; bishop suffragan of, 452.

Beer, price of regulated by the quarter sessions, A. 643.

Beere, in Dorsetshire, charity school at, 431.

Beke, Thomas, 240.

Bele, Hamon, mayor, A. 605.

Belk, Wm. prebendary, account of, 665; Thomas, prebendary, account of, 66.

Belknap, Anne, 2, 5; William, mayor, A. 605.

Bell, archdeacon, 2; Matthew, 48; John, suffragan bishop of Mayo, 437.

Bell Harry tolled at opening of market, A. 647.

Benedictine monks placed in St. Augustine's monastery, 160.

Benefices to be conserred on graduates in the universities only, 419.

Benet, William, 112; Edward, sacrist of St. Augustine's monastery, 212; Wm. mayor, A. 605.

Bennet, Thomas, 499.

Beneyt, Robert, bailiff of the city, A. 603; Wm. 604.

Benson, John, prebendary, account of, 59; Martin, cl. registrar of Gloucester, ibid. Martin, (afterwards bishop of Gloucester) 505, 506, 508.

Beornelm, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Bergavenny, lord, 535, 539.

Berewick, J. de, justice itinerant, 201, 229, 230, 231, 232.

Berkeley, George, prebendary, account of, 81; Geo. Monk, ibid. bishop, 508.

Berkhamstead, council at, 278.

Berks, archdeaconry of, 30.

Berne, William, 220.

Berry, Mark, mayor, A. 607.

Berry's, of the White Friars, 114.

Bertelot, Simon, alderman of Northgate, A. 596; Richard, bailiff of the city, 603; Robert, ibid. 604; John, ibid.

Bertha, queen, 163, 222, 265, 270, A. 667, 671.

Berton, la, near Canterbury, 230, 231, 232.

Best, Robert, 238; Mr. entertains king Charles II. at his house, A. 649; Best's, of St. Laurence, near Canterbury, account of, 249.

Bethersden, parsonage of, 144; vicarage, 145.

Beshanger, rectors of, 15, 16.

Bettenham, John, 241.

Beveridge, William, prebendary, account of, 69.

Beverley, provosts of, 327, 359.

Beverton, Squire, mayor, A. 608, 609.

Bexley, manor of, 547.

Beza, Theodore, 465, 466.

Bianhill park, 470.

Bible divided into chapters, 354.

Biddenden, rector of, 38.

Billingworth and Bowser, chests so called in Cambridge university, 430.

Billet master appointed for the city, A. 658.

Bilsington parsonage, 392; instalment of prior of by the archdeacon, 554.

Bingham, Mr. A. 613; George, 651.

Binnewith, island of, in Canterbury, A. 612.

Birch's, life of archbishop Tillotson, 493.

Bird, William, prebendary, account of, 98; Mr. of Coventry, 91.

Bishop Benedict, 179.

Bishop, Peter, an Hungarian one, 203.

Bishop of the universal church, 416.

Bishops sees removed from country villages, 310; their contest for the election of archbishop, 342, 346, 352, 527; custom of removing them to lesser sees, 415; not to be translated without their consent, 417; committed to the tower by king James II. and acquitted 488; installed by archdeacon, 553.

Bishops, cardinals, 420: chancellors of Oxford, 575: treasurers, 422: deans of chapel. royal, 476.

Bishoprics divided and new ones erected, 276.

Bishopsborne, manor of, 547: rector of, 14, 42, 55, 57, 70, 72, 74, 589.

Bishopsgate, in London, rectors of, 84.

Bishopsthorpe, palace of, 502.

Black bread not to be baked, A. 614.

Blackburn, in Lancashire, vicars of, 46.

Blackfriars, house of, in London, 363.

Blackfriars, or Dominicans, settle in Canterbury, A. 612; suit concerning the way to, 639: gate in St. Peter's taken down, 658.

Blair, Dr. 491.

Bladon cum Woodstock, rectors of, 70.

Blean, church of, 117; MANOR OF, 118; vicarage of, 131; vicars of, 135; hall, royal one, in Harbledown, A. 617, 619, 620.

Blechingley, in Surry, rectors of, 501.

Blechynden, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 60.

Bledon, in Somersetshire, vicars of, 94.

Blomer, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 103; Ralph, prebendary, account of, ibid.

Bluberd, hermit so called, beheaded in Canterbury, A. 618.

Blunden, Thomas, mayor, A. 609.

Blundy, Richard, an Oxford divine, 357.

Blunt, Alanus, chaplain, 119.

Bocton manor, 150, 547.

Bodleian library, 313, 317.

Bogs, land so called, near Canterbury, 236.

Bois, Sir John, legis peritus, or recorder of Canterbury, A. 641. See also Boys.

Bolde, Wm. mayor, A. 605.

Bolland, John, 147.

Boleyne, or Bologne, in France, A. 598; earl of, 371; custom claimed by him from the archbishop, 531; St. Mary's church in, 177.

Boleyn, queen Anne, 2.
-, —George, prebendary, account of, 93.

Bolney, Edward, mayor, A. 605.

Bolougne, the kings of, A. 625.

Bonaventure, St. 364.

Bonne, the architect, 487.

Bonyngton, Thomas de, 110; William, 112; Wm. bailiff of the city, A. 604; Wm. mayor, 605.

Bordeaux, church and archbishop of, 572.

Borne, church of, 112.
-, —John, 540.

Boston, monk of St. Edmundsbury, 558.

Boteler, John, esquire to archbishop Courtney, 407; Master, sergeant at law, 535, 539; Boteler's, of Ireland, origin of, 346.

Botting, William, mayor, A. 609.

Boughton highway, 93; trial concerning the repair of it, A. 651; vicars of, 135; church of, 386.

Bourchier, John, master of Eastbridge hospital, 132; archdeacon, ibid. account of, 585; Sir Thomas, 430.

Bourne, chantry of, 119; village of, 285.
-, — Ralph, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 202; John de, rector of Frekenham, 435; Bourne's, 118, 119.

Bowers, Thomas, prebendary account of, 66; archdeacon, account of, 593.

Bowling, the neglect of shooting in the city, A. 638.

Bows or shafts, persons presented for not having them, A. 633.

Boxley, vicars of, 59; abbot of, 335.

Boyle's lectures, preachers of, 36.

Boys, John, dean, 133; life of, 15; master of Kingsbridge hospital, 133.

Boys, Sir John, of St. Gregories, 15, 16, 149; account of, 145, 147: John, recorder, A. 611, 645: Thomas, of Eythorne, 15, 146: Angela, 16: Wm. of Fredville, 145: Thomas, of St. Gregories, 146.

Boys, Blue Coat, maintained and educated in the city workhouse, A. 656.

Brayborne, Wm. prior of St. Gregories, 143.

Brackley, in Northamptonshire, free school at, 7.

Bradbury, Wymond, 464.

Bradegare, Robert de, 131.

Bradestede, manor of, 536.

Bradford, John, prebendary, account of, 62; martyr, 462.

Bradock, John, master of Kingsbridge hospital, 134; his charity to it, 128.

Bradshaw, Wm. prebendary, account of, 85; George, execution of, A.635.

Bradwardin, Thomas, 387.

Brakenbury, John, 241.

Brasted, rectors of, 48, 81, 91, 101.

Bray, William, prebendary, account of, 58; John.

Bailiff of the city, A. 604.

Bray, in Berkshire, vicar of, 81.

Bread, assize of, first instituted, 348.

Breakfast, what it consisted of in former times, A. 625.

Brecher, Tho. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Brecon, chancellor of the church of, 81.

Bredgare, college of, 412.

Brempe, John, 112.

Brenley, manor of, 154.

Brenchley's chapel, in cathedral, 12.

Brent, Roger, mayor, A. 605.

Breto, Eyci de la, archdeacon, See among the archdeacons.

Brickenden, John, mayor, A. 609.

Bridewell and general workhouse established in the city, A. 656.

Bridge, William, mayor, A. 608.

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, judge of assize in Canterbury, A. 650.

Bridger, Lawrence, mayor, A. 609.

Bridger's alms-houses built and endowed, A. 658.

Bridgewater, John, earl of, 99.

Briggs, John, mayor, A. 606; account of a great entertainment given by him, 630.

Brington, in Northamptonshire, rector of, 84.

Brinstan, archdeacon of St. Alphage, 165.

Bristol, Cornewall, bishop of, 54; Robinson, 63; Bradshaw, 85; Secker, 507.

Bristow, Wm. mayor, A. 610.

Britany, John, earl of, 362.

Broadstreet, 237.

Broadrep, Richard, 499.

Broc's, 330, 331.

Brockman, James, 96; Sir William, 147.

Brode, Alice, 222.

Brodun, or Bredun, monastery of, 279.

Broker, John, mayor, A. 606.

Brome, Simon, mayor, A. 607; Bartholomew de, ibid.

Bromfield, parsonage of, 327.

Bromley college founded and endowed, 57; benefactions to, 495, 510.

Brook, lord, 535, 539.
-, — Wm. 224; Brook's, 240, 540.

Brown, Mathew, his charities, 128, 156; John, bailiff of city, A. 603, 604; Ralph, mayor, 605, 606; Leonard, mayor, 608.

Browne, Sir George, A. 622; Sir Samuel, judge of assize in the city of Canterbury, 650; Browne's, of the White Friars, 113, 114.

Browning, Wm. mayor, A. 609.

Brownys, Sir Mathew, A. 625.

Bryan, Wm. bailiff of the city, A.604.

Brydges, Edward, of Wotton, 99.

Bryto, Richard, 331.

Buckeridge, Anthony, killed in a duel, A 654.

Buckingham, George Villers, duke of, 22, A. 599; Stafford, dukes of, 427, 432, 439, 535, 539, 540.

Buckland, parsonage of, 392.

Buckworth, Everard, prebendary, account of, 108.

Budden, Dr. 436.

Bullstake, repair of the cross there, A. 630; taken down, 647; great light given to it, 653; building erected over it, 657; market at 658.

Bulla, a leaden seal, 160.

Buller, Wm. dean, life of, 54.

Bullinger, 461.

Bullock, Thomas, mayor, A. 609.

Bulls, licence to kill them without baiting, A. 638.

Bulstrode, William, 540.

Bunce, Sir James, 147; Simon, ibid. Mr. 235; Cyprian Rondeau, mayor, A. 610; aldermanof city, his arrangement and extractsfrom city records, 600.

Bungay, Thomas, friar, 364.

Bungey, John, prebendary, account of, 68.

Burden, John monkof St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Burgate ward, 230; alderman of, A. 596; alias St. Michael's gate taken down, 658.

Burges, Nicholas, mayor, A, 608.

Burgesses in Canterbury, 140; in Longport manor, 228; burgesses in parliament for city, their wages, A. 616.

Burgh, Simon de, 400.

Burgher, Sir Thomas, 540.

Burghersh, Henry de, 572.

Burghmote, court of, A. 600; one granted to the city, 612; a court of record, 623.

Burgis, Wm. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Burgoos, Wm. master of Kingsbridge hospital, 131.

Burgundy, procuration of the church of, 359; duke of, 438, 620.

Burials, law and custom of, among different nations, 281.

Burley on the Hill, rector of, 92.

Burne, manor of, 557.

Burnet, Dr. his criticism on Wharton's Anglia Sacra, 269.

Burton, Philip, 53; Thomas, master of Kingsbridge hospital, 132; Dr. canon of Christchurch, 509.

Burewaremearke, 161.

Busby, Dr. master of Westminster school, 34.

Butler, Lilly, prebendary, account of, 107, 496; John, prebendary, account of, 82.

Butler, Robert, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Butts erected in the city for archery, A. 629; wards of the city presented for not having them, 633.

Bygge, Wm. mayor, A. 605; John, mayor, ibid.

Byllyngtone, Wm. bailiff of city, A. 604.

Byng, John, mayor, A. 609, 610.

Byrche, Rev. Mr. A. 658.

C.

Caen, abbot of, 308.

Cage, Rev. Charles, 251.

Cage of the city removed, A. 628, 658; new one erected, 629.

Calais, city of, 82, 517; commissary general of, 82; treasurer of, 415.

Calais, or Caleys grange, in Thanet, A. 652.

Clacedon, archbishop of, 330.

Caldicot, MANOR OF, 379; contents of, A. 615, 623.

Callaway, John, A. 659.

Calne, council of, 295.

Carmarthen, archdeacon of, 58.

Cambridge university, archbishop visitor of, 523: chancellors of, 447; benefactions to it, 418, 429; scholarships in, 37, 123, 124, 434; Arabic professor, 90; divinity professor, 462; Greek lecturership founded, 460; Margaret preacher, 96; Margaret's and regius professors, 61, 85, 458; lady Margaret's lecture, 462; public orator, 85; university register, 100; public library, 453; colleges, Benet, 38, 61, 80, 123, 124, 451, 453, 457, 497, A. 597; Caius, 96, 453; Christ's, 461; Clare hall, 73; Corpus Christi, 502; Emanuel, 96, 487, 490; Jesus, 100; King's, 106; Pembroke, 71, 458, 459, 460, 462, 465; Peter-house, 73, 398, 465; Queen's, 85; St. John's, 61; St. Mary Magdalen, 461; Trinity, 10, 12, 178, 203, 244, 453, 462, 463, 465, 486, 589.

Cambridge, ministers of St. Andrew's the Great in, 494; of St. Mary the Less in, 61; of Trinity church, 501.

Camden's Britannia, 519.

Campbell, Capt. Duncan, 46.

CANONS, or prebendaries, list of 55.

Canterbr. Richard, refectorer of St. Augustine's monastery, 212.

CANTERBURY, the chief city, royal residence and metropolis, 253, 254, 267; made an archiepiscopal see, 252; bailiffs of, 404; antient map of it, A. 596; granted to citizens at a yearly rent, 612; porter of it the common executionerof the county, 597.

Canterbury, citizens of, 363; their agreement concerning the bounds of Longport, 232; mayor and citizens of, 458; St. George's and St. Mary Burgate churches, rectors of, 594; palace at, 434, 349, 452. See also. city.

Canterbury muslims invented and made by John Callaway, A. 659.

Canterbury, province of, its contents, 516: church of, 486; rich font of, 546; grammar school, 370, 457; scholarships for, ibid.

Canterbury scholars, in Cambridge, 123.

Cantis, John, mayor, A. 610.

Canute, king, 139, 161, 166, 167, 302, A. 671.

Capgrave, John, alearned writer, and provincial of the White Friars, 113, 297.

Carden, 461.

Cardinal of England, title of disused, 433.

Cardinals, 420, 563, 577, 581, 582; hat brought by ambassador from Rome, A. 629.

Carew, Sir Richard, 540.

Carlille, John, mayor, A. A. 605.

Carp taken in the city ditch, A. 637.

Carpenter, Edward, mayor, A. 606.

Carpynter, Richard, mayor, A. 605.

Carrier, Benjamin, prebendary, account of, 83.

Carter, Clive, mayor, A. 607; William, mayor, A. 609; Wm. M. D. the first encourager of the establishment of the county hospital, 672.

Cartwright, Mr. 465.

Caryl, Lyndford, prebendary, account of, 100.

Casaubon, Isaac, prebendary, 77, 89, 93; account of, 88; Meric, prebendary, account of, 93, 94.

Casia, John Baptista de, prebendary, account of, 104.

Castell, Edmund, prebendary, account of, 90.

Castellis Cantiæ, treatise de, by Darrell, 64.

Castilion, John, prebendary, account of, 58.

Castle of Canterbury, prisoners in, 112; new road made across the yard of it, A. 609, 659.

Castle, John, mayor, 609.

Castle and palaces belonging to the abp. account of, 524.

Casyer's, 222.

Cathedral, archbishop's throne erected in it, 495; candles provided by the corporation at morning prayers there, A. 639; royal marriage at, 545; seats in it of mayor and aldermen repaired by the corporation, A. 650.

Cathness, in Scotland; Stewart, bishop of, 101.

Cattle market, where kept, A. 639; made free, 654.

Cavelar, Ralph, prebendary, account of, 82.

Causton, Walter, master of Kingsbridge hospital, 131.

Cealc-hythe, council at, 286.

Cecil, Sir William, lord treasurer, 77, 457.

Cedwalla, king, 164.

Cemetery, antient one near St. Augustine's monastery, 163; one within the monastery, 165; part of it let to trustees for a new county hospital, 166.

Cenet, Robert, vesturer of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Cenotaphs usual for great men, 406.

Ceolbert, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Ceonulph, king, 257, 280, 285.

Ceriston, manor of, 537.

Chadwick, James, 492.

Chaldane, now Limekyln field, 161, 233.

Chamberlains of city appointed, A. 601.

Champion, Richard, prebendary, account of, 64; Nicholas, chantry priest, 120.

Change, a house in the city so called, 118.

Chapel of the charnel in St. Augustine's monastery, 166.

Chaplains, the king's claim the cloth of estate at roya! marriages, 546.

Chapman, Alex, prebendary, account of, 102.

Charier, Dr. Benjamin, 464.

Charitable donations to the poor of the city; register of them presented to the court of burghmote, A. 661.

Charity, extensive of archbishop Winchelsea, 375.

Charing, palace of, 434, 524, 537; MANOR OF, 547.

Charlton, near Barham downs, his royal highness George, prince of Wales, resides at it, A. 661, 663.

Charles, prince of Wales, son of king James the 1st. his reception at Canterbury, A. 642.

Chart, village of, 287.

Chart, Great, rectors of, 9, 59, 65, 77, 83.

Charters and writings frequently forged by the monks 160, 256, several forged by the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 198.

Charters, written ones, when first used, 278.

Charters granted to the city, 642, A. 652, 653, 657.

Chartham, rectors of, 18, 62, 89, 97, 99, 102, 134, 537, 592.

Chartham, archbishop Winchelsea resides there, 375; downs, soldiers at, A. 641.

Chartham, William de, chaplain, 243, 400.

Charton, in Hampshire, rectors of, 10.

Chelmondeston, in Suffolk, rectors of, 512.

Chelsea college, 16, 469.

Cheney's, 239.

Chequers, a house so called in Longport, 237; inn in Canterbury, A. 626.

Cheriton, rectors of, 89.

Cherry, Mr. of Shottesbrooke, 81.

Cherry orchards first planted in England, 461.

Chertsey, abbot of, 198.

Cheshunt, in Hertfordshire, curate of, 27.

Chester, men of, A. 615; bishop of, 25; his house at Westminster, 258; Hall, bishop of, 591; William Barlow, dean of, 82.

Chesterfield, earl of, 144, 146.

Chevening, rectors of, 59.

Chevereux, duke of, A. 597; duches of, 599.

Cheyne, Sir John, 421.

Chiche, Thomas, 110, 111, 246, 247; alderman of Burgate, A. 596; bailiff of the city, 603.

Chichester, bishop of, 452, 534; entertained at the deanry, A. 650; BISHOPS OF, Æthelgar, 298; Barlow, 451; Bowers, 66, 593; Gunning, 61; Hilary, 190; Kempe, 424, 425; Langton, 571; Nevil, 356; Sifred, Sigefred, 189, 318; Stratford, 575; Williams, 63; Rush, dean of, 60; canons of, 381.

Chichester, aliasCirencester, Roger de, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 196.

Chicheley, Thomas, masterof Kingsbridge hospital, 132; archdeacon, 132, 151; account of, 584.

Chicheley, or Oxford steeple, in the cathedral built, 419.

Chidingstone, rectors of, 46, 47, 58, 101, 108.

Childrens, Langley, monastery of, 55.

Children instructed by the common clerk of the city, A. 634.

Chilham, rectors of, 65; parsonage of, 380.

Chillenden, Wm. de, sub-prior of Christ church, 360.

Chiltone, Wm. bailiff of city, A. 604.

Chirothecarum ferinarum, payment of, 247.

Chistlet, vicarage of, 13, 102; chapel at built, 205.

Christ-church, priory of, 301, 435; watercourse of, 148; church-yard, 117; right of sepulture, 164, 282; monastery, cathedral of, founded 267; called the church of St. Thomas, 337; priory seal changed, 321, 338; benesactions to library, 350; almonry of, 392, 405; fairs kept within precincts, 405; obedientiaries of, 547; steward of court of, A. 620.

Christ-church, priory of, 301, 535, 539, 565, A. 630; claims the cloth of estate at royal marriages, 546: appears by proxy in parliament, 574: his composition with the mayor and commonalty, A. 623.

Christ-church, priors of, Benedict, 333: Chillenden, 409, 581: Ernulph, 316: Henry, 261: Oxney, 584.

Christ-church, monks of, 190, 567.

Christian religion brought into Britain by Augustine, 265.

Christian knowledge, society for propagating, legacy to, 509.

Christmas, royal one solemnized at Canterbury, 159, A. 671.

Church catechism, lecutures on, 507, 508, 511, 512; government discourse on, 501.

Church-yards within the cities, when first used, 281.

Churches in cities had formerly no church-yards, 166; St. Augustine's monastery, their common burial place in Canterbury, ibid.

Churches erroneously supposed to be best taken care of by monks, 176; investiture of, dispute concerning, 315; parochial, right of visiting by archdeacon, 551; vacancy of them belonged to the same, 552, 564, 565.

Churches of England and France, their union attempted, 498.

Churchill, Wm. 499.

Cirencester, abbot of, 142.

CITY OF CANTERBURY destroved by the Danes, 183; supplied with water from St. Augustine's monastery, 222; its contest with archbishop Peckham, 366; granted to citizens in see farm, A. 602; part of see farm released, 618; circuit and contents of it, 615, 651; made a county of itself, 618; liberties confirmed to it by act, 634; the same confirmed in the exchequer, 651: fortisied by the parliament, 646. See alsoCanterbury.

City, what constitutes one, 310.

Clare, earl of, 330, 350.

Claggett, George, mayor, A. 607.

Clarembald, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 190.

Clarence, George, duke of, 445.

Clarendon, lord, his History of England, 468, 471, 479.

Clark, John, prebendary,account of, 85: Roger, mayor, A. 606: Wm. mayor, 607.

Clegatt, George, mayor, A. 607.

Clemens, Alexandrinus, edition of, 501.

Clergy, corporation of the sons of, benefaction to, 95, 510: provision made for them in parishes, 276: armed for the defence of the realm, 404, 419: windows and children of, benefactions to, 495, 502: hospital for their windows founded and endowed in Canterbury, A. 648.

Clerk of the city chamber appointed, A. 601.

Cliff, Henry de, keeper of the great seal, 139.

Cliff, at Hoo, rectors of, 75, 398, 586: council, or synod at, 278, 281, 285. See also Cloveshoe.

Clifford, lady Agnes de, 565; Richard, archdeacon, account of, 579.

Cliston, Gervas, alderman of Westgate, A. 617; mayor, 605.

Clinton, lord, 535, 538, 539.

Cloth of estate at royal marriages, by whom claimed, 545.

Cloth market, in St. George's parish, A. 616.

Cloveshoe, synod at, 281, 284, 285. 286, 556. See also Cliff, at Hoo.

Clowes, Thomas, mayor, A. 610.

Cloyne, Berkeley, bishop of, 81.

Cnute, king, 256. See also Canute.

Coals, measures for, ordered, A. 640.

Cobbisdane, in Nether Harderes, 243.

Cobham, lords, 224, 535; Thomas, dean of Salisbury, 378; master Thomas, 540.

Cobham hall, near Rochester, A. 599.

Cocks, Dr. John, vicar-general and official to the archbishop, 587.

Cofferers of the city, account of his oath, A. 601, 602.

Cogan's hospital, in Canterbury, 116, A. 660; founded, A. 648.

Coinage of money granted to the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 169; archbishop has a right to it, 519.

Cointages formerly in Canterbury, 521.

Coke, John, 142.

Cokyn, William, 116, 130.

Cokyn's hospital, 115, A. 642.

Colchester, archdeacon of, 69; St. John's abbey there, its beautiful flint masonry, 216.

Cold Harbour bridge erected, A. 660.

Cole, Isaac, masterof Kingsbridge hospital, 133.

Colens, or Collins, Robert, prebendary, account of, 76.

Colewelle, Thomas, abbot of St Augustine's monastery, 245.

Cols, Richard, prebendary, account of, 72; Amande, 72, 133: Joseph, mayor, A. 607.

Collard, Mr. 236.

Columna, Prosper de, archdeacon, account of, 582; family of their faction and ruin at Rome, ibid.

Colwelle, Tho. abbot of St. Augustine's Monastery, life of, 207, 245.

Commandaries, use and origin of 475.

Cominges, bishop of 572.

Commissaries and officials to archbishop, 76, 87, 133, 246, 575, 579.

Commission for ecclesiastical affairs, issued by James II. 488.

Common clerk of city, his duty, A. 600, 602, 623.

Compton Richard, 3d prior of St. Augustine's monastery, 212.

Conduit of stone, built in city, 471; taken down, A. 607, 657; handsome one erected by Abp. Abbot, 643.

Confession, auricular, introduced into England, 276.

Conrad, prior of Christ-church, 316.

Consaunt, Alice, 142.

Consecration of the abp. account of 531.

Consistory court of the abp. 518.

Convocation, prolocutors of, 36, 37, 43, 45.

Conyers, lord, 536.

Cooke, Anthony, 15.

Cookham, in Berks, vicar of, 81.

Cookstone, rectors of, 475.

Coombe, Tho. prebendary, account of. 86.

Cooper, Henry, B.L. 142.

Coppyn, Wm. 223; mayor. A. 606.

Corbet, John, 241.

Cordel, Sir Wm. 457.

Corn-market, building and scite of it sold, and pulled down, A. 660, 661.

Cornbill, Reginald de, 152.

Cornwaille, Wm. bailiffof city, A. 603.

Cornwall, archdeacon of, 591.

Cornwall, dean, account of, 54.

Cornwallis, hon. dean, account of 49; Charles, earl, ibid. Charles, lord, 512; lieut. gen. Edward, ibid.

Coronation, right of, contest for, 321; coronations in the cathedral, 324, 347.

Corscombe, in county Dorset, rectorsof, 103.

Cottesmore, in country Northampton, rectors of 61.

Cotton, Charles, 36; Sir Robert, 66; Leonard, his charity, 156; mayor, A. 607, 641; Cotton's hospital, 156.

Cotton-mill, new one, erected, A. 659.

Cocentry, bishop of, 355, 534; archdeacon of, 373.

Countess's, alias St. Anne's chapel, in St. Augustine's monastery, 207.

Coupere, Robert, bailiss of city, A. 603.

Councils held, 184, 259, 276, 278, 281, 285, 291, 295, 312, 315, 316, 324, 329, 344, 353, 358, 367, 368, 419, 428, 556, 560, 581, 583.

Councils, general, place of the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, at, 172; of the abp. 542.

Counsel's see in former times, A. 625; three appointed to act for city, 637.

Courteler, Richard, bailiff of city, A. 604.

Courthope, Wm. 240.

Courtney, William, 407.

Cowden, rector of, 99.

Cowper, Spencer, prebendary, account of, 74; William, earl, ibid. 236.

Cranbourne, Robt. Cecil, viscount, 224.

Cranbrook, grammer school at 41; church of, 495.

Cranmer, Edw. prebendary, account of, 75; archdeacon, account of, 586.

Crawle, Simon, vicar of Blean, 131.

Crayford, Edw. deputy-recorder, A. 611; Wm. recorder, ibid.

Creak, in country Northampton, parsonage of, 476.

Cremona, cardinal, 189.

Cresset lights, A. 632.

Crevequer, Hamo de, 117.

Criol, John de, 243.

Crispe, Sir Henry, 227.

Croston, Thomas, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Crompe, Wm mayor, A. 606.

Cromwell, Tho. Lord, 461, 586; Robina, the youngest sister of Oliver, 492; the lord general at Canterbury, A.647; protector proclaimed, A. 647, 648.

Cross borne before the abp. reason of, 262.

Crouch, four-headed, in St. Paul's parish, A. 613.

Croughton rents in Northamptonshire, 44.

CROWN, patron of dean and prebendaries, 54; has the disposal of livings on removal of the incumbents to bishoprics, 2.

Croydon, place at, 403, 412, 423, 453, 460, 464, 484, 486, 496, 498, 502, 503, 524, 525, 537; church of 460, 486, 498, 499, 500, 502; rectors of, 398; vicarage house of 498; poor of, benefactions to, 461, 495; hospital at, founded, 464, 495; benesaction to 510; school at, 465, 495.

Crysp, John, mayor, A. 605.

Crypt, of blessed virgin Mary in church of St. Augustine's monastery, 186.

Cucking stool, one provided in city, A. 629.

Cuddesdon, impropriation of, 481; palace at, 508.

Cudred, king, 181.

Culpeper, Thomas, 113.

Cumbwell, instalment of prior of, by the archdeacon, 554.

Cundy, William, A. 612.

Cunei or mints, formerly in Canterbury, 521.

Cuneum monetæ, the mark or stamp of money, granted to the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 169.

Cunred, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Cup of the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery , claimed by the king, 202.

Curacius, the learned, 454.

Curle, Wm. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Currant trees first introduced into England, 461.

Curties, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 104; rector and vicar of Wrotham, ibid.

Curwyn, John, 467.

Curzon chapel, May Fair, ministers of, 86.

Custumal of the city, trial concerning, A. 635.

Cyprian, the English, Abp. Laud, so called, 481.

D.

Dacre, lord, A. 598.

Death, Sir Thomas, 103.

Dale, Deal, manor of, 547.

D'Alliz, memorial of in cathedral, 77.

Dampier, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 63.

Dandelyon, Marcellus, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 210.

Danes, invasions of, 174, 183, 287, 288, 295, 299, 301, 302, 303, 322, 557, 558.

Dancy, Walter, 399.

Daniel, John, alias Chillenden, prebendary, account of, 100.

Daniel, John, 154.

Dartmouth, lord, 35; William, earl of, 104.

Davington, nunnery of, 379.

Davis, John, prebendary, account of, 100; Thomas, mayor, A. 609.

Dauphiny, chancellor of, 566.

Davyson, Robert, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Dawlaney, lord A. 625.

Dawney, hon. Henry, prebendary, account of, 103.

Deal, lands in, 559; rectors of, 59, 82, 135, 594.

DEANS of Canterbury, lives of, 1; Aglionby, 54; life of, 21; Bargrave, 16; life of, 17; Boys, 133; life of, 15; Cornewall, account of, 54; Cornwallis, account of, 49; Fotherby, 68; life of, 13; Friend, life of, 44; Godwin, life of, 7; Hooper, life of, 32: Horne, life of, 49; Lynch, 498, 499, 595; life of, 41; Moore, 515; life of, 48; Nevil, life of, 10; North, 54; life of, 48; Potter, 108, 499; life of, 46; Powys, present dean, account of, 54; Rogers, 133; life of, 8; Sharp, life of, 29; Stanshope, life of, 35; Sydall, 70; life of, 38; Tillotson, 61, 490; life of, 27; Turner, life of, 22; Wotton, life of, 1; series of their portraints in the deanry, 54.

Dean of the priory of Christchurch, Agelnoth, 303.

Dean of the arches, 132; of abp. insulted by the populace, 376; of chapel royal, 485; of christianity, appointed by the archdeacon, 550.

Dean and chapter of Canterbury, 458, A. 635; library of, benefactions to 25, 73, 79, 94, 95, 407, 408; water course belonging to, 148.

Deanry of Canterbury, arms of, 54; Prince Charles, son of k. James I & c. lodges there, A. 643; bishop of Chichester entertained there by the city, 650; king William III. there, 654.

Deanries, new ones, instituted by abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, and abolished, 200.

Debt, actions for, in Sheriff's court of the city, A. 623.

Declaration for liberty of conscience, published by king James II. 488.

Dedication of St. Augustine's monastery, 182; of the cathedral, 321.

Deedes, Wm. M. D. 39, 96; Julius, prebendary, account of; 96; of Hythe, 96.

Deeds inrolled in the court of burghmote, A. 612.

Degmund, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Degree's conferred by the abp. 542.

Deihurst, near Gloucester, abbey of, 301.

Delangle, John Maximilian, prebendary, 69; account of, 99 Dr. Samuel, 44.

Delasaux, Tho. mayor, A. 610.

Delaware, lord, A. 598.

Dene, Peter, L.L.D. canon of York, London, and Wells, 202.

Denne, John, mayor, A. 610; Tho. and Vincent, recorders, 611.

Denew, Nathaniel, 96.

Deptford, vicarage of, 36, 37

Dering, John, 20; Heneage, prebendary, account of, 91; Derings of Surrenden and Charing, 91; of Barham court, 14.

Devenish, Wm. prebendary, account of, 93; John, abbot of St. Aug. monast. life of, 206.

Devonshire, Hugh Conrtney, earl of, 403; lord, A. 598.

Diernod, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Ding, John, monk of St Augustine's, 214.

Dimchurch, rectors of, 96.

Dispensations for pluralities, and non residence, custom of granting them, 463; granted by abp. 542.

Dodington, in Ely, rector of, 10; church of 556.

Dodingdale, lordship and tythes of, 246.

Doge, Hamon, 242, 243.

Doge's chantry, in Canterbury, account of, 242, A. 612.

Domesday, record of, 140, 228.

Dominicans or black friars, Kilwardby, provincial of, 361; lettle in Canterbury, A. 612.

Donne, Edward, prebendary, account of, 70.

Dorrell, Sir J. recorder, A. 611.

Dorset, marquis of. 538.

Dover, king Henry VIII. at, A. 628, 629; emperor at, 630; reception there of the Princess Maria Henrietta, (queen of king Charles I.) account of, 597.

Dover, ministers of St. Mary's church in, 89, 561.

Dover, prior, of 298, 339, 340; monks of, 561; priory of, 392; suffragan bishop of, Rogers, 9, 133; Thornden, 55, 298.

Dover, Martin de, chaplain, 243.

Dovery, Mr. warden of St. Laurence, A. 631.

Dower, writs of, prosecuted in city in sheriff's court, A. 623.

Downe, Henry, viscount, 103.

Dragoons quartered in different houses in the city, by the king's order, A. 653.

Drake, Dr publisher of Antiq. Brit. Ecclesiæ, 454.

Drayton, in country Leicester, parson of, 415.

Drayton, James, mayor, A. 606.

Dream, a fearful one of abp. Richard, 341.

Drouting street, Droughtington, 161.

Drulege, Wm. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 205.

Drus, Robert, 115.

Dublin, bishop of, 199; archbishops of, Curwy, 467; Ferringes, 571, prebendary of the church of, 467; chancellor of the university of, 476.

Ducarel, Dr. the archbishop's librarian at Lambeth, 510.

Duck, Dr. Arthur, 417.

Dudley and Ward, the heirs of, John, viscount, possess St. Laurence tythery in St. Paul's parish, in Canterbury, 242, 251; William, viscount, 251.

Dugdale, Sir William, 456.

Duke's place in Lambeth, 455;

Dunbar, earl of, 472.

Dungeon field, tower in, taken down, A. 657; field improved by alderman Simmons, 659; hills, 613; old field, 617; hall built in it, 630; marks there for shooting, 639; ordnance placed in it, 646, 647.

Dunking, Tho. mayor, A. 608.

Dunstar, John, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211.

Dunwich, diocese of, 283.

Durel, David, prehendary, account of, 108.

Durham, bishop of 347, 371. 534; bishops of, Butler, 505, 508; Cosins, 487; Longley, 411; Talbot, 505, 506; deans of, Cowper, 74, Dampier, 64; Hunt, 60; Kempe, 425; Mathews 451; prebendaries of, 48, 64, 467, 487, 506, 507, 514; archdeacons of, 24, 499.

Dyer, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Dygon, John, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211; prior of the same, 213.

Dynham, Elizabeth, 422.

Dyke round the city wall first let out, A. 617.

E.

Eadbald, king, 159, 161, 163, 166, 185, 270, A. 671.

Eadbert, King, 282.

Eadmer, the historian, 137, 150.

Eadred, abbot of St. Augusttine's monastery, life of, 182.

Eadsin, abbout of the same, life of, 166.

Eadulf, duke, 289.

Eadwin, king, 291.

Ealdlond, prebendary of, in St. Paul's church, London, 28.

East Anglia, bishops of, 257.

East-bridge, alias King's bridge hospital, 9, 11, A. 657, 685; master of, 16, 56, 58, 62, 592, 594; seal of, 338; chantry of, 119; bridge, A. 607; mill at, A. 613, 614. See also King's-bridge.

Eastchurch, church of, 115.

Easter sunday, sermon for, by abp. Elfric. 300.

Eastey, John, Mayor, A. 607.

East Garston, in Berks, vicar of, 81.

Eastry, vicar of, 64; parsonage, 392.

East Saxons, conversion of, to christianity, 271.

Eastwell park, A. 652.

Eden, Sir John, 48.

Edgar, 293, 294, 295.

Edith, Weston, rectory of, 104.

Ediva, queen, 294.

Edmund, king. 161, 291, 293.

Edmond, ironside, king, 302.

Edmund, Tho. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Edred, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Edward, the consessor, king, 161, 167, 184, 304; saxon king, 293.

Edwi, king, 294.

Edyall, Henry, archdeacon of Rochester, and provost of Wingham, 434.

Egelsine, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 171, 306: life of, 184.

Egerton, Wm. prebendary, account of, 99.

Eleanor, queen to king Henry III. 357, 359; to king Edw. I 362.

Eleemosinary, or almonry of St. Augustine's monastery, 223.

Elsnoth, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Elstric, the grammarian, 301.

Elham, Roger de, official to the archdeacon, 568.

Elizabeth, queen to king Henry VII. 429; Elizabeth, lady, daughter of king James I. her reception at Canterbury, A. 642.

Elme cum Emmeth, sinecure of, 46.

Elmer, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 174, 558; life of, 182.

Elmsted, vicar of 67, 144, 145; parsonage of, 145.

Elphage, archdeacon of, 557.

Elstob, Charles, prebendary, account of, 90; Mrs. her translation of a Saxon homilie, A. 670.

Elstan, or Ethelstan, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 183.

Elucidarium, treatise of, 317.

Elyvn, George, mayor, A. 607.

Elwyn, Tho. mayor, A. 610.

Ely, bishops of, 498, 534, 538; Alcock, 546; Arundel, 409, 415; Barnet, 577; Bour Chier, 427, 428; Brown, 428; Cox, 451, 462; Fleetwood, 501; Green, 80, 593; Gray, 434; Gunning, 61; Langham, 394, 395; Langton, 571; Morton, 432, 433; Patrick, 494; Riddell, 563; Turner, 24; prebendaries of, 10, 25, 135, 451, 462, 463; archdeacons of, 387, 579; abbot of, Chancellor, 169; cathedral church of, 307, 429, 434; convocation at, 570.

Elys, Wm. bailiff of city, A. 603.

Emery, Wm. bailiff of city, A. 603, 604.

Emma, queen, 163, 164, 308.

Emperor at Canterbury, A. 630.

Enfield, Tho. mayor, A. 608.

Entertainment, royal, at Canterbury, 429; at Lambeth palace, ibid. at the mayor of Canterbury's house, A. 624.

Episcopius, the arminian, 492.

Epitaphs, not usual in antient times, 318; when first used in cathedrals, 319.

Erasmus, 440; his life by Jortin, 501.

Ercombert, king, 164.

Eriet, the archbishop's woods near Doddington, 553.

Ernulph, prior of Christ-church 316.

Errol, James, earl of, 48.

Escheatorship, profits of, granted to city, A. 618.

Essex, earl of, 535, 539; Bourchier, earl of, 427, 429.

Essex, archdeacons of, 95, 370.

Essex, John, the last abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211, 212.

Essex, Robert, Devereaux, earl of, 474.

Etaus, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Ethelbert king, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 168, 221, 232, 252, 253, 265, 267, 270, 524, A. 667, 671.

Ethelhert's tower, in St. Augustine's monastery, present state of it, 219, A 671.

Ethelnod, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Ethelred, king, 288, 293; the unready, 295.

Eton, fellow of, 86; head master or school, 64.

Evesham, Hempsham, Walter de, 355.

Eustace, son of king Stephen, 324, 325.

Ewe, Bourghchier, earl of, 427.

Executions in city, A. 612, 627, 629, 637, 638, 641, 645, 647, 654.

Executioner of the county, formerly the porter of the city of Canterbury, A. 597.

Excester, lord, A. 598.

Exeter, duchess of, A. 620.

Exeter, bishops of, 191, 381, 442, 452; Bartholomew, 335, 343; Buller, 54; Grandison, 330; Hall, 591; John, 574; deans, 54; Milles, 499; Pole, 445; Wake, 497; subdean of 8; prebendary of 403; treasurer of, 3; precentor of, 33; cathedral, 407, 408.

Exchange, keeper of, in Canterbury, 521, A. 634.

Exempt parishes, not subject to archdeacon, 555.

Exminster, church of St. Martin, in, 408.

Eylwarton in Stone, tythes of, 567.

Eynsford, manor of 430; sinecure of, 42, 70.

Eythorne, rectory of, 17, 18.

F.

Fagg's 114.

Fair granted to abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 170; within the precincts of Christ church, 405.

Fakenham, rector of, in co. Norfolk, 97.

Falkland, lord, 21.

Falstaff, Laurence, 383.

Farleigh, appropriation of the church of, 579.

Farmer, Richard, prebendary, account of, 96.

Farnham, John, 124; William de, master of King's-bridge hospital, 131.

Farthing tokens, great abuse of, A. 647.

Faucet, Richard or Nicholas, prebendarey, account of, 105.

Faversham, abbey of, 190, 369, 386; abbot of, 172, 191, 194; installation of, 553; church, appropriation of, 175, 564, 565; insurrection at, A. 647.

Faunt, Wm. 112; Nicholas, mayor, A. 605.

Fawley, in Hampshire, rector of, 85.

Feasts, great ones made by abbots of St. Augustine's monastery, 201, 202; royal ones at abp's palace, 372; at the abp's. inthoronization, 534, 538.

Ferrara, council at, 583.

Fetcham, rectory of, in Surry, 23, 24.

Fetherston, Tho. mayor, A. 607.

Feudall, Edw. mayor, A. 609.

Finch, John, lord, baron of Fordwich, 14; Sir Heneage, 29, 30; Edward, canon residentiary of York, 63; prebendary, account of, ibid. Hon. Leopold W. prebendary, account of, 106; Sir Henry, serjeant at law, 114; Henry, recorder, A. 598; John, recorder, 611.

Fines levied in sheriff's court of city, A. 623.

Finett, Sir John, master of ceremonies to king Charles I. his observations on the reception of ambassadors, A. 597.

Fineux, Sir John, chief justice, 112, 434, 535, 539.

Fire, dreadful one in St. Augustine's monastery, 175; engine purchased for use of citizens, A. 657.

Fish-poole, near Canterbury, 161, 236.

Fish-shanibles in city, A. 623, 643.

Fitzalan Robert, 409.

Fitzwarren, John, master of Kingsbridge hospital, 132.

Fitzwater, Master Robert, 540.

Flesh, licence to eat it in Lent, granted by abp. 590.

Florie, ornaments in the church of St. Augustine's monastery, so called, 188.

Florence, council at, 583.

Floriac, Florio, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 166; life of, 187.

Flint, Sarah, 147.

Foche's, of Ripple, 211.

Foliot, Gilbert, bishop of London, 254, 263.

Folkestone, ministers of, 134; instalment of the prior of, by archdeacon. 554.

Ford, abbey, 343.

Ford, palace of, 434, 443, 524, 525.

Fordingbridge, in Hampshire, rectors of, 86.

Fordwich, rectory of, 74; Park of, 229.

Forster, Mr. speaker of the Irish House of Commons, 81; Thomas, mayor, A. 605.

Fortifications of city, assessment for, A. 615.

Fotherby, Charles, dean, life of, 13; archdeacon, 13, 15; prebendary, account of, 68; Cecilia, buried in cathedral, 14; Martin, prebendary, account of, 102; of county Lincoln, 13.

Fountain, Sir Andrew, 519.

Fowle, Nicholas, mayor, A. 609.

Fox, Mr. of Cambridge, 100; John, 461.

Foxhunter, John, bailiff of city, A. 604.

Frakenham, rector of, 435.

France, fleet of in the Downs, A. 621; queen of, sister of king Henry VIII. 628, 629.

Francis, Jane, prioress of St. Laurence's hospital, 248.

Franciscan or grey friars settle in Canterbury, A. 612; english provincial of, 365.

Frank pledge, court of, held by aldermen of city, A. 618.

Franklyn, David, fourth prior of St. Augustine's monastery, 212, 214.

Franingham, John, mayor, A. 658.

Freak, Edmund, archdeacon, account of, 588.

Freedom, by birth or marriage, custom of, A. 614; price of in former times, ibid. by apprenticeship, when first obtained, 617; fines for, 652.

Freeman, John, mayor, A. 606.

Freemen prisoners kept in St. George's gate, A. 633. young ones, gift to, by Sir Thomas White, 637.

French, Paul, prebendary, acof, 105; Dr. Peter, 492; John, mayor, A. 606; Thomas, mayor, ibid.

French protestant refugees, benesactions to them, 495.

Frencham, James, mayor, A. 607.

Frend, George, mayor, A. 610; Richard, mayor, ibid.

Frenyngham, John, mayor, A. 658.

Frewen, John, rector of Northian, 98; Accepted prebendary, account of, ibid.

Friar Stone, executed in Canterbury, A. 633.

Friars eremites, See White Friars.

Friend, Wm. dean, life of 44; Rev. Wm. ibid. Robert, master of Westminster school, 44; William Maximilian, 45.

Frinsham, Rev. Mr. 81.

Friscombald, Everie de, 521.

Frithona, the original name of Abp. Deodatus, 274.

Frost, Mr. Tho. 510.

Fryer, Margaret, 142.

Fuller, John, mayor, A. 606.

Furser, John, mayor, A. 607.

Fynch, Sir Tho. his suit with city concerning the jurisdiction of mote, A. 636.

Fyndon, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 268; life of, 199.

Fysher, Wm. mayor, A. 607.

G.

Galloway, Dr. Syderse, bishop of, 27.

Gallows, erected at Ote-hill, A. 639; at Hallow-way, 632.

Gardiner, Wm. alias Sandwich, prebendary, account of, 92.

Gare, Wm. de la, the archdeacon's officials, 569.

Garlin, John, mayor, A. 608, 609.

Garndre, Wm. priest; 153.

Garwinton, John, 141; Thomas de, 152; Robert, sub celerer of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Gascony, clergy of, 517.

Gason, Mr. A. 639; John, 644.

Gate in the wall of the old casthe stopped up, A. 634.

Gates, the wooden ones of the city, taken down, A. 658; of city watched, 621; keys of them delivered by the king's order to an officer of dragoons, 653.

Gaunt, Richard, mayor, A. 607.

Geast, or Guest, archdeacon, account of, 588.

Geekie, Wm. D. D. 594; prebendary, account of, 59; Jane, ibid.

Gemetrica, abbey of, 305.

Geoffry, Francis, mayor, A. 608, 609.

German, Gilbert, bailiff of city, A. 604.

Gerson John, the famous theologift, 581.

Gervays, Richard, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Gheast, family of, in co. Worcester, 588.

Gibbon, Robt. 227; Tho. gent. 250.

Gibbs, Henry, mayor, A. 608, 609, 653; alderman, portrait painter, 653; Gibson, bishop, 34, 506, 507.

Gilbert, abbot of St. Augusttine's monastery, life of, 182.

Gilbert, Wm. mayor, A. 608.

Giles, Tho. mayor, A. 606.

Gilham, Wm. mayor, A. 608.

Gillingham, rectors of, 63, 71; palace at, 524; manor of, 547.

Gipps, Geo., 144, 145, A. 660; account of him and his family, 147; his trustees possess St. Gregory's priory, and the estates belonging to it, ibid. mayor, A. 610; M. P. 662.

Grialdus, Cambernsis, the chronicler, 252, 344, 351.

Glastonbury, abbey of, 182, 297, 338; abbot and convent of, 297; abbot of, 278, 289, 293, 564; Sigefred, abbot of, 318; abbot of, chancellor, 169; prior of, 301.

Glazier, Hugo, prebendary, account of, 82.

Gloucester, council held at, 312; royal seast at, 320; earl of, 261, 518, 534, 535; Richard de Clare, earl of, 535: his fees as high steward and butler at abp's, inthoronization, 536; Hugh de Audley, earl of, his fees, &c. at the same, ibid.

Gloucester, duke of, A. 599; duke of, (brother to king Charles II.) at Canterbury, 648.

Gloucester, prince Wm. Frederick of, entertained by the mayor at Canterbury, and made free of the city, A. 660.

Gloucester, bishops of, Benson, 59, 505; Sydall, 40; deans of, Abbot, 470; Frewen, 98; Laud, 475; Luxmore, 86; archdeaconry of, 2, 3; archdeacon, Greekie, 59; prebendaries of, 77, 105, 484; registrarship of, 59.

Gobyon, Amabilia, 112.

Godewyn, John, prior of the convent of White Friars, 113.

Godmersham, parson of, 400.

Godseline monk of St. Augustine's monastery, his life of St. Augustine, 162, 269.

Godwin, dean, life of, 7; bishop of Herefored, 8.

Goff, Stephen, prebendary, 98.

Goldsinch, Mr. 235, 237.

Goldsmith, John, A. 626.

Goldstanton, tythery of, 144.

Goldson, or Goldsey, prebendary, account of, 64.

Goleston, Laurence, monk of St. Augustine's monast. 212.

Gooch, prebendary, account of, 96.

Goodlad, Andrew, clerk, 154.

Goodrick, Henry, prebendary, account of, 105.

Goseborne, Henry, mayor, A. 605, 606.

Gospel, society for the propagation of, benefaction to 509.

Goth, Raymond, 572.

Gower, Thomas, mayor, A. 606.

Gracious, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 178.

Gradeel, Wm. master of Kingsbridge hospital, 131.

Graduates of universities only, to be preserred to ecclesiastical benefices, 419.

Grævius, 501.

Graham, Mrs. possesses St. Laurence house and resides at it, 251; Graham's, ibid.

Grand serjeantry, service of, to the abp. 535.

Grandorge, John, prebendary, account of, 95.

Gravesend, rectory of, 66; K. Charles I. at the town of, A. 599.

Gray, Mathias, mayor, A. 609; Thomas, mayor, ibid. William, mayor, ibid.

Gray's Inn hall, 484, 487; preachers at, 497.

Greatley, synod at, 290.

Greece, antiquities of, published, 500.

Grecians, their law of burial, 281.

Green, Tho. prebendary, account of, 80; archdeacon, account of, 593.

Greenwich, vicars of, 107.

Gregory, William, clerk, present master of King's-bridge hospital, 135.

Grey, lord, Reginald de, 373.

Grey, or Franciscan friars settle in Canterbury, A. 612; gate in St. Peter's inclosed, 634.

Griffith, John, prebendary, account of, 63.

Grimbald, abbot and monk of Winchester, 288.

Grindal, Wm. 458.

Grindalizing, term of, 459.

Grove, seat of, 41.

Guallo, the pope's legate, 353.

Guernsey, island of, 480.

Guido, abbot of St. Augustine's monaltery, life of, 195.

Guildsold, church of, 471; hospital at, founded, ibid. Francis, earl of, 48.

Guildford, Richard, 33.

Guildhall in the city, first mentioned, A. 615.

Guidford's, 540.

Gunning, Peter, prebendary, account of, 61.

Guns and gunpowder, come into use in the city. A. 618.

Guttard, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Gutteridge bottom, 235.

Guttulf, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Gyldford, Edward, prior of St. Gregories, 143.

H.

Hacket, Dr. archdeacon of Bedford, 18.

Hackington, alias St. Stephen's 413; vicars of, 134, 577, 578; church or parsonage of, 566; chapel of, 566, 567; the intended college at, 343; archdeacon's residence at 567, 586; hospital there sounded by Sir Roger Manwood, A. 640.

Hadde, Mathew, recorder, A. 611, 642.

Haddon, Dr. 457.

Hadleigh in Suffolk, rectors of 70, 107, 499.

Haies, rectors of, 585.

Hales, Sir Edw. possesses the scite of St. Augustine's monastery, the Old Park, North Holmes, and other premises, 225; Sir Edw. 236, A. 657, 610.

Hales, Edw. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Hales, Sir James, 123, A. 613, 636; baron of the exchequer, 632; Sir Philip, 236; Sir Christopher, 247, 248; attorney general, A. 632; Sir Robert, 402; Henry, A. 649; Sir John, A 656; of St. Stephen's, their benesactions to the city, 222, A. 657, 660; of Bekesborne, 146.

Halford, Richard, mayor, A. 610.

Halke, Tho. mayor, A. 607.

Hall, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214; Geo. archdeacon, account of, 591; Geo mayor, A. 609; Daniel, mayor, ibid.

Halling, bishop of Rochester's palace, at, 341.

Halliwell, Thomas, master of King's-bridge hospital, 132.

Hallow-way, gallows erected at, A. 632.

Hallum, Robt. de, archdeacon, account of, 580.

Halsted, manor of, 430.

Halstow, church of, 350.

Hammond, Wm 99; Wm. of St. Alban's 114; Mr. 236, 237; Tho. mayor, A. 610.

Hampton, Tho. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211.

Hampton court, conference at, 468.

Hancock, John, prebendary, account of, 74.

Handlo, manor of, 536.

Hansey in Suffex, rectors of, 100.

Hanson, Tho. his benefaction to King's-bridge hospital, 128; his other charities, 156, A. 658.

Haplys, Tho. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Harbledown, St. Nicholas's hospital in, 39, 42, 69, 70, 116, 130, 157, 310, 319, 375, 486, 490, A. 642; be nesaction to, 510; masters of, 594; church of, 117; rectors of, 59, 133; hall in the Blean at, A. 617, 619, 620; king Henry VIII. at, 628, seat of Geo. Gipps, M. P. at, 662.

Hardicanute, king, 304.

Harding, Clement, prior of St. Gregory's 143.

Hardres, Sir Tho. 65, 99; Peter, prebendary acc unt of, ibid Wm. bailissof city, A. 603.

Hardres, Thomas, recorder, A. 611.

Hardres, Upper, rectors of, 57, 99; Nether, 243.

Hardwick, in county Bucks, rectors of, 106.

Hardwick, lord chancellor, 507.

Hare, Richard, herald, 422.

Harleston, Robert, 451.

Harnell, John, mayor, A. 605.

Harnhelle, John, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Harold, Haresoot, king, 303.

Harpsfield, Nicholas, prebendary, account of, 67; archdeacon, 121, 153, 244, 392; account of, 587.

Harpur, George, 113.

Harrington, Sir John, 460, 467.

Harris, John, prebendary, account of, 74; alms houses, founded and endowed, account of, A. 655.

Harry, William, 148.

Hartford, council at, 276.

Hartwell, Abraham, 466.

Harvey, Dr. commissary of Calais, 82; Thomas, 241.

Harvey, lord, A. 598.

Hastenleigh, rectors of, 67.

Hatcher, William, 235.

Hatfield, council held at, 276.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, lord chancellor, 77, 464, 467.

Havant, in Hampshire, rectors of, 33.

Havefield, near Canterbury,

Haut, Sir William, 112; family of, ibid.

Hawe, manor of, 154.

Hawkherst, John, abbot, of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 210; William, sub-sacrist of the same, 213.

Hawking, rector of, 134.

Hawkins, John, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211; Peter, 470; Ralph, mayor, A. 607.

Hawks, Thomas, 240.

Hayes, George, 124.

Haylsam, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Hayns, gardiner to king Henry VIII 461.

Hayward, Daniel, 237; Edw. mayor, A. 609.

Head, Sir John, 59; prebendary, account of, 74; archdeacon, account of, 594; Francis, 99; Sir Francis, 594.

Heathen land, near Canterbury, 235.

Heaton, Henry, master of King's-bridge hospital, 129, 130.

Hele, Rev. Selby, 53.

Helmham, diocese of, 283.

Henchemanny's, the king's, their fees, A. 626.

Henrietta, queen, 218; princess married to king Charles I. at Canterbury, account of, A. 643.

Henry II., king, 190.

Herault, Lewis, prebendary, account of, 95.

Herb-market erected in city, A. 656.

Herbert, Sir Edw. 239.

Hereford, earl of, 403, 534.

Hereford, diocese of, 283; bishops of, 8, 259, 264, 280, 403, 452, 483, 534, 563; prebendaries, 594.

Heretic burnt at Canterbury, A. 633.

Herlaston, Wm. de, keeper of the great seal, 139.

Hermit in Canterbury, beheaded for an insurrection, A. 618.

Hermitage in Canterbury, A. 617.

Herne, vicars of, 71, 72.

Herring, Rev. John, 501.

Hertishorn, in county Derby, rectory of, 35.

Hertherington, Galfridus, 91.

Hey, Rev. Dr. 155.

Heylin, Dr. Peter, his life of abp. Laud, 481.

Heyman, Sir Peter, 227.

Hickes's the saurus, 519.

Hickham, Thomas, sacrist of St. Augustine's monastery, 207. See also Ickham.

Hide, abbot of, 298.

Higden, Wm. prebendary, account of, 66.

High court of Canterbury, belonging to the priory of Christ church, A. 620.

Higham Ferrers, collegiate church and hospital founded there, 418.

Hill, John, alias Bury, prebendary, account of, 76.

Hilles, Avery, mayor, A. 608.

Hilliard, Walter, alias Tyler, 402.

Hilsborough, lord, 514.

Hoadly, Dr. 44.

Hoath land near Canterbury, 236.

Hobbs, Mr. 496.

Hodges, John, mayor, A. 610.

Hodgeskin, Dr. John, 587.

Hog market in Canterbury, A. 617.

Holcombe, Samuel, prebendary, account of, 90; prebendary of Worcester, ibid. Frances, 91.

Hole, Rev. Mr. 53.

Holman, Geoffry, 141.

Holte, John, alderman of Newingate ward, A. 596.

Holy cross, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 196.

Holy cross, Westgate, cemetery of, enlarged, A. 616.

Holy Innocents, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 197.

Holy Trinity, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 196; chapel of, in cathedral, 291, 405.

Holy war in Palestine, 343, 347.

Holyngborne, Wm. chaplain to the lord abbot of St. Augustine's, 212.

Holywell, in county Huntingdon, rector of, 494.

Homer, the works of, 277.

Hompits, near Canterbury, 236.

Honywood, Sir Robert, 146; Honywood's, 248, 249; Sir Wm. mayor, A. 608, 652.

Hoo, vicar of, 61.

Hooker, Mr. of Bishopsborne, 14, 77.

Hooper, Geo. 32; dean life of, ibid. Abigail, 34.

Hop-market, toll free, granted to city, A. 657.

Hops, when first propagated in England, 461.

Hopper's mill, a new quay erected there, A. 647.

Hopton, Richard Cope, 91.

Horndon on the hill, in Essex, rectors of, 103.

Horne, dean, life of, 49; Dr. Samuel, ibid. Edmund, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Horsmonden, manor of, 535.

Horton, manor of, 537.

Hospitality, order for the keeping of it, by noblemen, &c. repairing to their houses in the country, A. 643.

Hostia, cardinal bishop of, 202.

Hothfield, manor of, 537.

Hovenden, Robert, prebendary, account of, 65; George, prebendary, account of, 98; Thomas, mayor, A. 607.

Houghfield, manor of, 144.

Hougham, Wm. possesses Barton manor and house in Longport, 241; William, junior, resides in the same, ibid. 242.

Hougham's of Barton, alias Longport, and of Ash, account of, 240.

Houghton le Spring, in county Durham, rectors of

Hounds, kennel of, belonging to abbot of St. Augustine's, claimed by the king, 202.

Howell, Sir Wm. 498.

Howard chapel in Lambeth church, 456.

Hubert, abp. see abp. Walter.

Huett, John, mayor, A. 606.

Huffam's, see Hougham's.

Hugh, 3d. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 193.

Hume, David, the historian, 51, 52.

Humfrevile, Sir Gilbert, 413.

Hunden, Tho. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of,

Hunt, Richard, prebendary, account of, 60; William, 241; John, mayor, A. 607.

Hunt, alias Hadley, Wm. prebendary, account of, 86.

Huntingdon, Juliana, countess of, buried in St. Augustine's monastery, 165; her charities, ibid. William de Clinton, earl of, 207.

Huntingdon, archdeacons of, 398, 399, 475.

Hurel, Reginald, alderman of Westgate, A. 596.

Hutchinson, Mr. his system of philosophy, 50.

Hyllys, —, 155.

Hythe, hospital of, 13; castle of, 330; manor of, 350.

Hythcroke, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

I, J

Jacob, Edw. mayor, A. 609; alderman, 613; Dr. A. 650.

Jackson, Tho. prebendary, account of, 65; Ralph, prebendary, account of, 103; John, mayor, A. 610.

Jambert, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

James, Henry, prebendary, account of, 85.

Ibetson, Richard, D. D. 96.

Ibstock, in county Leicester, rectors of, 475.

Ickham, rectors of, 42, 62, 70, 71, 74, 75, 94, 134, 586, 592, 594; parish, benefaction to, 94.

Ickham, Tho. sacrist of St. Augustine's monastery, 216; Tho. bailiss of city, A. 604; Wm. bailiff of the same, ibid. See also Hickham.

Jefferies, Sir Geo. 95; James, prebendary, account of, ibid.

Jeffreys, Sir Griffith, 95; John, lord, baron of Wem, ibid.

Jeffrys, John, prebendary, account of, 79.

Jeken, Valentine, mayor, A. 609.

Jemmett, Warham, mayor, A. 607.

Jersey, island of, 480.

Jerusalem, antient map of stations to it from London, A. 596.

Jeffe, a great candlestick in church of St. Augustine's monastery, so called, 188.

Jesus, alias Boys's hospital, 145; founded, A. 641.

Jester to queen Elizabeth, A. 638; to king Charles I. 644; to king Charles II. his fees at Canterbury, 649.

Jews houses in possession of the corporation, A. 634.

Impropriations, great evil of, 177.

Induction of incumbents belongs to archdeacon, 553.

Indulgencies on account of jubilees, granted to Christchurch, 339.

Ingram, Wm. mayor, A. 605.

Insulis, Alanus de, 253.

Interments of abps. antient method of, 319.

Inthronization of abps. account of, 531, 533, 541.

Intrants, see non-freemen.

Innundation and storm, terrible one at Canterbury, 175.

Joade, Andrew, 240.

John, king, 193.

John, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 178, 185.

Johnson, Tho. 147.

Jortin, Dr. his life of Erasmus, 502.

Josceline, chaplain to abp. Parker, 454.

Joseph, John, alias Solleph, prebendary, account of, 104.

Ireland, chancellor of, 436; bishops of, 517.

Irish protestant schools, legacy to, 510.

Iron-bar in Iron-bar-lane, provided by the chamberlain, A. 652.

Iron-cross in St. Margaret's, A. 613.

Issac, Edw. 249.

Isabel, queen to king Richard I. 347.

Isham, Zacheus, prebendary, account of, 84.

St. John's, alias Reomans, monastery of, 176.

St. John baptist, altar of, in St. Paul's church in Canterbury, 243.

Jubilees in honor of St. Tho. Becket, kept at Canterbury, 339.

Judges itinerant, tax levied for their expences, A. 613; judges and associates of gaol delivery, entertained by city, 615, 637.

Judicis, Wm. de, archdeacon, account of, 577.

Ivechurch, rectors of, 2, 39, 65, 69, 135.

Julio, the Italian physician, 460.

Jurats, or sworn men of the city chamber, account of, A. 600.

Jurdyn, Wm. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Juries of citizens, a suit concerning their appearance, A. 642.

Jury disfranchised for a false verdict. A. 637.

Ivy-lane, 235.

Juxon, Richard, 482; bishop, ibid. Sir Wm. 483.

Iwade, church of, 556.

Ixning, vicars of, 74.

K.

K. Charles I. 218, at Canterbury, A. 597, 643, 672; Char. II. at Canterbury, A. 599, 648, 650, 672; Edw. I. 198, 199, 362, 372, 545; Edward II. 112, 139, 379; Edward III. 112, 139, 168, 384, 394; Edward IV. 429, 432; at Canterbury, A. 621; Edward V. 432; Ethelbert, 178; George I. at Canterbury, A. 655, 656; George II. at Canterbury, ibid. Henry I. 262, 545; Henry II. 325, 326, 331, 332; Henry III. 195, 353, 355, 357; Henry V. 418; at Canterbury, A. 616; Henry VI. at Canterbury, A. 617, 618; Henry VII. 429, 434; at Canterbury, 439, A. 623; Hen. VIII. 588; at Canterbury, A. 627, 628, 672; James II. 62; James I. of Scotland, 412; James IV. 437; John, 244, 347, 352; Richard I. 343, 347, 355; Richard II 168, 209, 401; at Canterbury, 401, 403, 408, 409; Richard III. 429; at Canterbury, A. 622; Philip, at Canterbury, A. 635; Ste phen, 170, 172, 322, 324, 325; William the conqueror, 313; Rufus, 311, 314; William III. 29, 491, 492; at Canterbury, A. 653, 654.

Kay, Dr. A. 652.

Kedlington in county Suffolk, rectors of, 27.

Kelsham, peter, mayor, A. 606, 607.

Kemp, Tho. master of King'sbridge hospital, 132; Clement, 238, 239; Sir Thomas, 539; of Olantigh, 424.

Kenington, Wm. prior of St. Augustine's monastery, 206.

Kennet, Dr. 50, 219.

Kennington, rectors of, 220.

Kent, Hubert de Burgh, earl of, 356.

Kent, Canterbury metropolis of it, 253.

Kent, and Canterbury hospital erected, A. 659; institution of, 621; subscription and receipts of, 672.

Kentish men, their antient liberties preserved, 306.

Kenulph, king, 181, 285. —See also Ceonulph.

Ketton, alias, Keddington, in county Suffolk, rectors of, 61.

Kildare, Francis earl of, 224.

Kimpton, in country Herts, rector of, 86.

King, bishop, buried in Christ church, Oxford, 22; Thomas, prebendary, account of, 70; William, prebendary, account of, 97.

King and queen, the peculiar parishioners of the abp. 545, 546.

Kings of England borrow money, &c. of the abbots and religious houses, 167.

King's-bridge alias East-bridge, 126, 129, A. 657, 660. See also East-bridge.

KING'S-BRIDGE alias EastBRIDGE HOSPITAL, account of, 115; master of, 130, 118; patrons of Blean vicarage, 135. See also East bridge hospital.

King's meade, in Northgate, A. 614.

King's mearke, 161.

King's mills, on the river Stour, A. 629.

Kingsdown, chapel founded 197.

Kingsford, John, sen. mayor, A. 608, 652, 653.

Kingsley, Wm. prebendary, account of, 89; archdeacon, ib.

Kingsnoth, rectors of, 105.

Kingston, rector of, 82.

Kirebye, Roger de, 537.

Kirtlington, council at, 295.

Knatchbull, Anne, 249; Sir Edw. 251.

Knight, J. prebendary, account of, 87; Mrs. Catherine, possesses and resides at the White Friars in Canterbury, 114; Henry, mayor, A. 608.

Knole, manor of, in Sevenoke, 428; palace of, 434, 440, 524, 537.

Knott, Geo. mayor, A. 647.

Knowler, Tho. mayor, A. 608; Charles, mayor, 609; George, mayor, ibid. John, recorder, 611.

Knute, king, 183, 302. see also Canute.

Knyvet, John, the king's chancellor, 139.

Kynebert, abbot of St. Augusttine's monastery, life of, 181.

Kyngesmelle, mill of, A. 614.

Kyngesnothe, Adam de, 197.

L.

Labredo, Ecy de, archdeacon, see among the archdeacons.

Labredo, Amanenus, lord of, 572.

Lade, John, mayor, A. 607, 608, 609; Robert, deputy-recorder, 611.

Lady chapel in cathedral, 341, 585; in the under crost there, 434, 435; lady church in city, morning prayers at six o'clock there, for mayor and corporation, A. 636.

Lambarde, Mr. author of the perambulation, 312.

Lambert, Jambert, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 283.

Lambert, Simnel, 438.

Lambeth, manor of, 350; council at, 368; palace at, 360, 390, 398, 419, 429, 434, 437, 447, 449, 453, 456, 464, 483, 494, 495, 496, 498, 503, 509, 510, 512, 513, 515, 524, 525, 528; chapel, intended one at. 348, 507; library founded at the palace, 470, 483, 486, 510; rectory of, 33, 34; church of, 441, 456, 494, 495, 499, 504, 509, 513; burial ground there given for the use of parishioners, 495; poor of, benefactions to, ib. charity school sounded at, ib. to the asylum there, 510.

Lamplugh, abp. of York, 32.

Lamborne, in Essex, rector of, 108.

Lambith, chapel of, 566.

Lancaster, Tho. earl of, 202, 377; duke of, 400; Henry, duke of, 409, 416, A. 615.

Landbeach, rectors of, 451.

Landass, bishops of, 74, 288, 303, 371; prebendary of, 381.

Lane, Tho. bailiss of city, A. 604; William, ibid.

Langdon, abbot of, 194, 369, 380; church of, 587.

Langdon, John, precentor of St. Augustine's monastery, 212; Thomas, bailiss of city, A. 604.

Langport, John, treasurer of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Langport, Longport, med, park of, 229. See also Longport.

Langton, John, chancellor of England, 571; bishop, A. 622.

Lanthony in Wales, priory of, 436, 437.

Langworth, John, prebendary, account of, 60; Lancelot, ibid.

Lanthorne, city one, bought for use of the corporation, A. 656; custom of sending a glass one to the mayor on his election, ibid.

Latham, the city architect, 487.

Latimer, Sir Wm. 578.

Lawrence, Elizabeth, 147.

Lawse, Tho. prebendary, account of, 56; master of King's-bridge hospital, account of, 132.

Layman, a prebendary by the king's licence, 88.

Layton, Richard, master in chancery, 213.

Lee, Sir John, 118; John, at, ibid. John, mayor, A. 608; Zachary, ibid. Henry, ibid. 652.

Leech, John, canon of Sarum, 389.

Leeds, Christopher, mayor, A. 607.

Leeds Castle in Kent, 412; prior of, his instalment by the archdeacon, 554.

Legantine power vested in the abp. 541.

Legate, apostolic title of, 321; of perpetual legate, granted to the abp. 541.

Legatus natus, title of, granted to the abp. 323, 541.

Legge, Hon. Edw. prebendary, account of, 104.

Legis Peritus, of the city, A. 616. See Recorder.

Leicester, vicarage of St. Margaret's in, 35; diocese of, 283; earl of, 460; lord, A. 640.

Leigh, Peter, cl. 594.

Leland's Itinerary, 354, 369, 374, 376, 399, 402, 405, 414, 424, 430; collectenea, 396.

Le Neve's life of abp. Tillotson, 493.

Lenham, east, parsonage of, 144.

Lenox, Mathew, earl of, 101.

Leprous hospital, St. Laurence, near Canterbury, 245.

Letard, bishop of Soisson, 163, 270.

Leuknor, Sir Tho. 424.

Lewis, the French dauphin, 193, 566; king of France, 194, 325, 358.

Lewis, John, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 134; Robert, mayor, A. 606.

Lewisham, vicars of, 35, 36, 37, 77, 104.

Lewknor, Sir Lewis, master of the ceremonies to king Charles I. A. 599.

Lexicon, heptaglotton, published at Cambridge, 90.

Lichfield made an archiepiscopal see and aboloshed, 257, 258, 283, 284, 285; bishop of, 279; Adulph or Eadulph, bishop of, 257, 283; Warner, dean of, 57; Boleyn, dean of, 93, prebendary of, 58; treasurer of, 575.

Linchfield and Conventry, bishops of, 373, 556, 572; Abbot, 470, 472; Cornwallis, 49, 512; Frewen, 98; North, 48.

Lieudoen, near Canterbury, 236.

Lillington, appropriation of the church of, 579.

Lilye, Geo. prebendary, account of, 55; Wm. the grammarian,

Liminge, rector of, 105; manor of, 319, 547.

Linacre, Dr. 461.

Lincolin, diocese of, 259; bishops of, 139, 398, 417, 425, 442, 476, 534; Alexander, 323; Barlow, 83; Beaufort, 580; Henry, 381, 530; Laud, 475; Tenison, 493, 494; Wake, 497; deans of, Parker, 451; Ussord, 388; Whitgist, 462; prebendaries of, 7, 8, 65, 80, 84, 100, 102, 107, 327, 370, 383, 389, 391, 398, 415, 451, 475, 578, 584; archdeacon of, 383; chancellors of, 70, 356; canons of, 574; dean and chapter of, 533, 580.

Lincoln, earl of, 261.

Lincoln's Inn, preachers of, 27, 501.

Linsteld, church of, 556, 576.

Lisle, Samuel, prebendary, account of, 85; archdeacon, ibid. account of, 593

Littleborne, vicarage of, 59; parsonage of, 202; chapel at, 205; parish of, 236.

Livings, small ones, augmented, 484, 495; benefaction for repair of their houses, 510; value enquired into for uniting them, A. 649.

Livingsborne, alias Bekesborne, church of, 118.

Llanarmon, sine cure, in Denbighshire, 9.

Lockley, Richard, mayor, A. 610.

Loders, now Love-lane, in Canterbury, 233.

Lostie, Wm. mayor, A. 610.

Lollards tower in Lambeth palace, 360, 419.

London, councils or synods at, 291, 295, 312, 316, 325, 367, 419, 581.

London, an archiepiscopal see, 252, 253, 263; diocese of, 284; St. Paul's cathedral in, 25, 302, 481, 486, 487; Pall sent to the church of, 266; arch priest of, 279, 280; bishops of, 187, 197, 279, 331, 369, 395, 534, 544,; Abbot, 470; Bancrost, 57, 467; Braybrooke, 404; Chisull, 570; Clifford, 580; Courtney, 403; Dunstan, 293; Foliot, 254, 263; Gilbert, 264; Gibson, 506; Grindal, 459; Juxon, 482, 483; Laud, 23, 474; Kemp, 424, 425, 426, 427; Maurice, 188, 315; Mellitus, 162, 253, 254, 267, 271; Richard, 190, 320; Ridley, 71; Robert, 304; Robinson, 63; Roger, 356; Sudburv, 400, 401; Walden, 416; Warham, 438; archdeacons of, 73, 494; Sancrost, 591; deans of, 29; Barwick, 487; Cornwallis, 512; Sancrost, 487; Secker, 507, 508; Stillingfleet. 106; Tillotson, 490, 491; Wethershed, 356; Wynterburn, 584; Younger, 63; canons of, 56, 63, 106, 202, 391; residentiaries of, 23, 26, 91, 96, 97, 507; prebendaries of, 25, 26, 28, 76, 82, 84, 91, 105, 132, 327, 370, 379, 381, 398, 575, 585, 587; chaunter of, 458; treasurer of, 467; library of, 495.

London, priors of the holy trinity in, 403; dean of St. Martin's in, 427; Sion college in, 490; Castle-street, school and library in St. Martin's in the sields in, 494; benesaction to the poor of of that parish, 495; schools set up in, 431; benefactions to the several hospitals in, 510.

London, churches in, St. Andrew's, Holborn, rectors of, 30, 106; Alhallows, Lombard-street, rectors of, 79, 86, 102, 103, 108; St. Bartholomew, rector of, 30; preachers of, 591; St. Botolph, vicar of, ibid. Christchurch in, 369; St. Christopher's, rector of, 84; St. Clement's Danes, vicar of, 81; Eastcheap, rector of, 95; St. Dionis Backchurch, rectors of, 56, 57, 75, 96, 104; 595; St. Dunstan's in the West, rector of, 432; St. Giles's in the Fields, rector of, 30; Cripplegate, vicar of, 106; St. George the martyr, Queen's square, rectors of, 86; St. Laurence Jury, lecturers of, 28, 30, 36; church of, 493; St. Martin's in the Fields, vicar of. 494; St. Mary Aldermanbury, donative of, 27; Le Strand, rector of, 63; St. Mary Hill, rector of, 84; St. Mathew, Friday-street, rector of, 595; St. Michael, Queenhythe, rector of, 63; Bread-street, rector of, 91; Crooked lane, rectors of, 87; St. Mildred, rector of, 63; St. Peter's, Paul's wharf, rector of, 63; Cornhill, rector of, 69; St. Swithin's, London stone, rectors of, 67, 75; Queenbyth, rector of, 95.

London and Canterbury, composition between, for freedom of tallage, &c. A. 633.

London, citizens of, 359, 360; seal of the city, 338; plague rages in, A. 643; tower of, first walled and ditched, 348; bridge, seal of, 338; benefactions to, 340.

Long. Tho. mayor, A. 607; Wm. mayor, 610.

Long Beech wood in Kent, 464.

Longport, borough and manor, account of, 228, 152, 158, 223, 244; fairin, 170; boundaries of, 235; demesne of 245, 246.

Long wall in city walls built, 401

Lord, John, A. 614.

Lord Chancellors, 409, 411, 412, 433, 437, 438, 439, A. 620; treasurers, 483.

Lort, Dr. 504, 513.

Lothaire, king, 164, 185.

Lott, John, mayor, A. 608.

Love, Dr. master of Benet college in Cambridge, 497.

Lovejoy, Eliz. her charities, 127, 155, A. 652.

Lovelace, Wm. 249; Launcelot, recorder, A. 611; Francis, ibid. Mr. sergeant, A. 637.

Lovericke, Henry, 142.

Lowy of Tunbridge

Lucas, Richard, prebendary, account of, 104.

Lucius, king, 252.

Ludd, Thomas, his charity, A. 647.

Ludham, John, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 131.

Lukedale, chantry of, in Well, 152.

Lulling, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Lutterworth, parish of, 413.

Luxmoore, John, prebendary, account of, 86.

Lycophron, edition of, 500.

Lyd, vicars of, 18, 46, 47, 58.

Lygham, Peter, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 132.

Lymiter, Tho. mayor, A. 606.

Lymme, vicar and church of, 555, 556, 577, 588.

Lynch, dean, 96, 498, 499, 595; life of, 41; Simon, ibid. John, prebendary and archdeacon, account of

Lynch's, of Grove, 41.

Lyncoln, Henry, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Lynde, John, bailiff of city, A. 604; mayor, 605; 618.

Lyons, council at, 358; canonry of the church of, 365.

M.

Mace, new one, purchased by city, A. 651.

Maces of city not to be borne within precincts of cathedral, 404; borne by the mayor before queen Mary, A. 636.

Magdalen college in Cambridge, master of, 10, 12.

Maidstone, palace at, 389, 392, 405, 406, 407, 423, 434, 524, 537; manor of, 547; church of, 406, 407; college of, 348, 359, 405, 417, 579; hospital of, 359, 380, 405; school at, 49; bridge at, 405; mill of, 435.

Malcolm, king of Scots, 560; Maud da, of, ibid.

Mallaham, Wm. prior of the convent of White friars, 113.

Malling, Robt. commissary of Canterbury, 246.

Malmesbury, abbot of, 284.

Man, diocese of, 258.

Mann, Sir Horace, 49; William, A. 651.

Manslon, Joane, of St. Laurence, 222.

Mantel, Sir Walter, 10.

Manwood, Mr. justice 457; Mr. 636; Sir Roger, chief baron, 640; his funeral, ibid.

March, Alice, 470.

Marci, Richard de, 246.

Marden, Laurence, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Margaret, queen of king Edw. I. 372; king Henry VII's. mother. 434; daughter of king Penry VII. ibid. 437, 546.

Marie Henrietta, (queen of king Charles I.) account of her reception at Canterbury, A. 597, 672.

Marisco, John de, prior of St. Augustine's monastery, 194.

Marly farm, Kingston, A. 655.

Markets in city, 101 for poultry, A. 659; hops, 657; hogs, 617; new one, 622; for tanners, 659; for fish, called Whitstable market, ibid. for herbs, 656; market bell erected, 640.

Marlborough duke of, 514; the great duke of, at Canterbury, A. 654.

Marriages, royal, solemnized at Canterbury, 218, 357, 372.

Marshal, earl, 534.

Martyr, Peter, 101.

Martyr, tomb of, in cathedral visited, A. 626.

Martyrdom in cathedral, keeper of, 191.

Marwood, rector of, 97.

Map, antient one, of stations to the holy land, A. 596.

Maplisden, Francis, mayor, 608.

Mason, Wm. bailiff of city, 604.

Master, Wm. prebendary, account of, 93; James, mayor A. 607.

Masters of the Rolls, 438.

Masters, Mrs. her charities, 127. 155, 242.

Masterson, Daniel, mayor, 607.

Mathiolus upon Discorides, 73.

Maud, the empress, 322, 324.

May, Mr. 149; George, mayor, A. 606; Richard, mayor, 608.

Mayfield, palace at, 382, 386, 393, 524.

Mayhenet, vicar of Cranbrook, 591.

Mayhew, Dr. of Boston, 508.

Maynard's hospital or spital, A. 641, 658, 661.

Mayo, Bell, bishop suffrangan of, 437, 535, 539.

Mayor, grant of chusing one to the citizens, A. 618; his view of frank pledge, as clerk of the markets, 623; charges of an entertainment at his house, 624; displaced by order of privy council, 638; his salary fixed, 645; appointed a deputy-lieutenant, 648.

Mayor and aldermen of city appointed, 602; visitors of the hospital at Hackington, 640; their livery gowns, 648.

Mayor and commonaltie, 129, 136, 239, A. 613; first appointed, A. 602; trustees for different charities, 127, 155, 156, A. 652; their composition with the prior of Christ church, 623; mayor and citizens, guardians of orphans, A. 643.

MAYORS OF THE CITY, list of, A. 605.

Mayoress of the city to be provided with a gown at the expence of the mayor, A. 635.

Measures, standard ones, provided in city, A. 641, 660.

Medicini Statica, treatise of, 505.

Mehton, manor of, 535, 536.

Mellitus, bishop of London, 253.

Mentz, Boniface, archbishop of, 281, 532.

Menys, John, prebendary, account of, 75.

Meopham, church of, 383, 405.

Mercia, kings of, Beornulph, 286; Ethelbald, 281; Merceline, Penda, 278; bishops of, 257.

Mereworth, Roger de, 537.

Merlin, prophecy of, 253.

Mersham, rectors of, 58.

Meryam, John, mayor, A. 607.

Middlesex, archdeacon of, 388.

Middleton, appropriation of

Middleton, Wm. the abp. official and vicar-general, 570.

Midley, rector of, 9.

Mildreda, 164.

Mill of St. Gregories, 140.

Millers and the parishioners of Westgate, dispute between, A. 632.

Milles, Richard, 70; Dr. dean of Exeter, 499; Geo. mayor, A. 608.

Mills, John, prebendary, account of, 69.

Mills in the city, poll bays put up at them, A. 645.

Milner, Gregory, prebendary, account of, 105.

Milton, near Canterbury, rector of, 65; near Sittingborne, vicar of, 72, church of, 565; Keynes, in county of Bucks, rector of, 92.

Minors, Richard, 540.

Minot, Edmund, A. 658.

Minster in Thanet, vicars of, 58, 76, 80, 82, 93, 134; appropriation of, 175; benefactions to parish

Minster in Shepy, nunnery of, 322.

Mintage and coinage, privilege of, granted to abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 169.

Mints in Canterbury, 520.

Mitre, privilege of wearing, granted to the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 171, 184, 191, 192.

Mitred abbot, meaning of, 171; abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, one of them. ibid.

Moat-house, near Canterbury, 236.

Modena, duke and duchess of, at Canterbury, A. 651.

Molinæus Patrus, see Moulin.

Monasteries plundered by William the conqueror, 185; dissolved ones searched for hidden treasures, 217.

Monctarii, or coinages formerly in Canterbury, 521.

Mongeham, great, 15, 16, 39, 69, 85, 96, 102, 133.

Monins, Alice, 451.

Monk, general, A. 599.

Monks Idleigh, rectors of, 70, 107.

Monks supposed to take the best care of churches, 176; frequently forged charters and writings, 256; and abps, formerly lived in common, 310.

Monkton, vicar of, 93; parsonage of, 392.

Monmouth, duke of, 33.

Montague, Henry Pole, lord, 445; general, A. 599.

Montfaucon, father, 505.

Montis Cassini, abbot of, 172.

Monstria, noble family of, 575.

Moore, dean, life of, 48, 515; George, prebendary, account of, 48, 81.

Moot Hall, in St. Mary Bredman's parish, A. 615.

Mordant, Lord, A. 598.

Morley, bp. of Wincheller, 33.

Mortlake in Surry, the abp's, residence, 315, 316, 369.

Morphet, Wm. master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 132.

Morres, Dr. rector of Hinckley, 45.

Mortimer, Isabelde, 368; Hugh de, the abp's. official and vicar-general, 569, 570.

Mortmain, statute of, its consequence to religious houses, 176.

Morton, abp. his devise, 435; Morton's ibid.

Morville, Hugh de, 331, 333.

Mote park, near Maidstone, 435.

Mottrum, Adam de, archdeacon, 409; account of, 579.

Moulin, Peter du, prebendary, account of, 68.

Montague, J. master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 132.

Moyle, John, 15; Sir Tho surveyor of the king's works, 218; sheriff of Kent, A.

Much Hadham, in co. Herts, rectors of, 73.

Mundesley, rectory of, in diocese of Norwich, 493.

Mungham, little, parsonage of, 202, 205.

Mulus, king, 164, 185.

Mullynge, John, mayor, A. 605.

Mumpesson, Mr. 540.

Munn, John, mayor, A. 608.

Mustredeleves, livery of, 538.

Myllis, Wm. monk of St, Augustine's monastery, 214.

Myllys, John, alias Warham, prebendary, account of, 97.

Myles, Mr. L. L. B. 540.

Mylynin, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Mynes, Wm. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214; Edward, monk of the same, ib.

Mynte, the king's school, Canterbury, formerly so called 125.

Mystole, in Chartham, 68.

N.

Narbonne in Languedoc, church of, 574.

Nackington, 206, 235; parsonage of, 144; church of 145.

Nathaniel, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 179.

Natynden, John de, parson of St. George's Canterbury, III.

Nayler, John, mayor, A. 606.

Nedingworth, in co. Hun. rector of, 434.

Nether Hardres, parishioners of, A. 633.

Nethersole, James, mayor, A. 607; Edward, mayor, ibid. John.

Nevil, Tho. dean, life of, 10; Robert, prebendary, account of, 104; Ralph, elected abp. 568; buried in Nevil's chapel in the cathedral, 11, 12.

Nevil's, of co. Nottingham, 10.

Nevinson, Stephen, prebendary, account of, 87.

New Purchase, in St. Paul's parish, 223; park, the king's in Canterbury, ibid.

Newe, Tho. parson of Godmersham, 400.

Newe, Tho. de Wolton, 118; Tho. de Recolore, master of King's-bridge hospital, account of, 131.

Newel, Henry, chaplain, 119.

Newingate, alderman of, A. 596; tower of, 614; repaired, 623.

Newton, Theodore, prebendary, account of 56; Mr. buried in chapter-house of cathedral, 82.

Newtonian system attacked, 50.

New works, hospital in Maidstone, 359.

Nicholson, James, mayor, 607; Nicholas, mayor, ibid. 609.

Nicolaus, archdeacon, 563.

Niridea in Naples, abbot of, 179.

Nixon, Tho. prebendary, account of, 95.

Non-freemen or intrants, compound for leave to open shops, A. 614.

Norborne, parsonage of, 202.

Norfolk, Stedman, archdeacon of, 80.

Norfolk, churches, legacy for sermons in, 453.

Norgate, alderman of, A. 596. See also Northgate.

Norman, Tho. bailiff of city, A. 604.

Normandy, chief justiciaries of, 425; clergy of, 517.

Norris, Charles, prebendary, account of, 97; Charles, vicar of Braborne, ibid.

North, dean, life of, 48, 54.

Northborne, chapel of, 205.

North Cray, rectors of 67.

Northfleet, vicar of, 66; parsonage, 414; rector of, 580; manor of, 140, 547.

Northgate in Canterbury, parsonage of, 144, 152; parishioners of, 148, 149; gate windened, A 658.

North Kilworth, rector of 475.

Northolmes, Northome, Nordhome, North holmes, near Canterbury, vines planted in, 204, 225, 233.

Northumberland, King, archdeacon of, 97.

Northumberland, Alfred, king of, 278; earl of, 410.

Norton, rector of, 475.

Norwich, mayor and citizens of, 458; St. Peter, of Mancroft, church in, 494; bridewell at, its beautiful Hint masonary

Norwich, bishops of, 189, 534; Bagot, 52; Courtney, 408; Freak, 589; Gray, 351; Green, 80, 593; Hall, 591; Horne, 52; Lisle, 85, 594; Middleton, 570; Redman, 13, 57, 590; Tanner, 70; William, 190; deans of, 30; prebendaries, ibid.

Nosthill priory, York shire, 138.

Nortaries to the apostolic see, 582; public

Notbaid, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 180.

Nott, George, A. 608.

Nottingham, Heneage, earl of, 63.

Novæ Ordinationes, charter of the city so called, A. 602.

Nowel, Alexander, prebendary, account of, 76.

Nutt and Walker, Mess. 236.

Nutt, Wm. mayor, A. 606, 607.

Nycholls, Adrian, mayor607.

Nycolls, Geo. surveyor, 218.

O.

Oakingham, church of, 8.

Oaten, Ote, hill, executions at, A. 630 651, 657.

Obedientiaries of St. Augustine's monasery, 173.

Ochinns, or Ochine, Bernard, prebendary, account of, 101.

Ockman, Tho. mayor, A. 608.

Odo, constitutions of, 291.

Offa, king of Mercia, 181, 257, 258, 283, 284.

Officials to abp. 569, 587; to the archdeacon, 242, 551, 568, 569.

Offord, John de, keeper of privy and great seals, 387, 388. See also Ussord.

Okerland, 145.

Okynfold, Wm. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Old castle gate stopped up, A. 634.

Old park in St. Martin's, near Canterbury, 223, 225, 239; spring of water in, give a to city, 656.

Old castle, Sir John, 413.

Olive trees recommended to king Edw. VI. 461.

Oliver, Dr. 59; Nicholas, 217; Elizabeth, sister of St. Laurence hospital, 248.

Omer, Mr. official to archdeacon, 568.

Onestufield, council at, 278.

Onyngs, John, 403.

Options, the abp's. what they are, 517.

Orange, prince of, 33, 45, 488; at Canterbury, A. 651.

Orgar, Richard, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Ormaret, Card, Pole's friend

Osbern, Wm. bailiff of city, 604.

Osbern's life of abp. Bregwin, 282; of abp. Odo, 292.

Osborne, master, Peter, 458.

Ossory, Tenison, bishop of, 59.

Osford, palace at, 375, 439, 524; manor of, 547.

Otham, rectors of

Ovenden, Mr. A. 639.

Oughton, Henry, mayor, 609; Anthony, mayor, ibid.

Ovings, John, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 131.

Outlawries, proceedings of, in sheriff's court, A 623.

Owre, parsonage, 144; curate of, 145.

Owre, Elizabeth, 154.

Oxenden, Sir Henry, 66; Henry, 251.

Oxford, university, 398, 418, 429, 440, abp. visitor of, 412, 523; chancellors of, 403, 440, 447, 467, 485, 581; scholarships in, 434; colleges in, All Souls, 48, 65, 80, 89, 105, 106, 417, 418, 441, 484, 486, 584, 590; Baliol, 470; Canterbury, 55, 94, 392, 397, 405, 413; Christ church, 498; dean of, 7, 8, 85, 497, 499; canons of, 45, 46, 48, 85, 480, 497, 499, 509, 515; students, 46; Corpus, Christi, 25; Edmund hall, 69; Exeter, 480; Hartford, 108; Jesus, 95, 480, 587; Lincoln, 559; Magdalen, 49, 50, 53, 62, 84, 95, 592; Merton, 427; New College, 441, 587, 588; New Inn, 436; peckwater Inn, 432; Pembroke, 480; Queen's, 57, 93, 460; St. Bernard's, 418; St. John's, 418, 475, 478, 481, 483, 483; Trinity, 486; Whitehall, 587; B deian, or public library in, 94, 477, 480, 490; divinity school, 441, 418, 427; convocation house, 480; theatre, 486; prosessorship of arabick, 480; hebrew, ibid. king's, of greek, 587; regius, 499; university orator, 480.

Oxford, bishop's of, 481; Parker, 62, 134, 592; Potter, 46, 499; Secker, 507, 512; archdeacon, Potter, 46, 47, 108.

Oxford, parishes in St. Giles's, 482, 484; St. Mary's church, 441.

Oxford, or Chicheley steeple in Cathedral, 419.

Oyer and Terminer, commission of, granted for the city, 642.

P.

Packinton, Wm. de archdeacon, account of, 578.

Padre, Paolo, or father Paul, 20.

Page, Michael, mayor, A. 608.

Pagus Ambri, now Ambresbury, 300.

Palace of king Ethelbert in Canterbury, 253, 265; of St. Augustine's monastery, 218, 223; the abps. in Canterbury, 309.

Palaces and castles belonging to abp. 524, 525.

Palatines, poor ones, benefactions to, 495.

Palfrey of abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, claimed by the king, 202.

Palls, sent by the Pope to St. Augustine, 253, 266; to the abps. account of, 532.

Palmer, Sir Henry, 15; John, prebendary, account of, 75; Dr. John, 595.

Palsgrave, his reception at Canterbury, A. 642; takes shipping at Margate, 643.

Pandulph, the Pope's legate, 337, 354.

Papal power re-established by queen Mary, 446.

Papillon's, 114.

Paramore, Tho. mayor, A. 607.

Pargate, Richard, 113.

Paris, John, master of King'sbridge, hospital, account of, 134; Mathew, his history, 453.

Parise, Wm. 540.

Parish priests, monks the worst, 176.

Parishes, division of, 273, 276.

Park, the king's new one in Canterbury, 223, A. 672; the old one in St. Martin's parish there, ibid.

Parker, Miss, 36; Samuel, prebendary and archdeacon, account of, 62; master of kingsbrige hospital, account of, 134; archdeacon, account of 591; John, 458; serjeant at law, 591; Tho. mayor, A. 610, Parker's, 68; of county NorA wich, account of, 451.

Parker's Antiquitates Brit. Ecclefiæ, 444; Skeletos Cantab. 459.

Parkhurst, Richard, prebendary, account of, 67.

Parliament, abbots, why summoned to, 172.

Panormitan, 517.

Parrot, Sir John, 248, 249.

Parties, the vancour of different ones, in giving characters, 469.

Pask, Thomas, prebendary, account of, 73.

Pass master appointed for the city, A. 658.

Paternuster hill, 236.

Pavia Ananatus, bishop of 583

Paving, watching, &c. of the city, act for, A. 658.

Paul, Sir Geo. his life of abp. Whitgift, 465.

Pauley, Tho. 146.

Peake, Humphrey, prebendary, account of, 105; of Hills court, ibid.

Pearson, Andrew, 458.

Pecock, Wm.

Peckham, east, vicars of, 81, 85, 96, 100.

Peckham, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 201; Michael, abbot of the same, life of, 207.

Peculiars of the abp. account of, 516; dean and judge of, 518.

Peeres, John, mayor, A. 607.

Peerson, Andrew, prebendary, account of, 101.

Pegge, Dr. Samuel, his differtation on episcopal coins, 519; Rev. Mr. A. 613.

Pierce, Thomas prebendary, account of, 84.

Pelegrine, Hugh, 575; Raymund, ibid.

Pelican, Thomas, master of King's-bridge hospital, 132.

Pembrooke, earl of, 200, 534.

Pembroke, Richard, mayor, A. 609; Wm. mayor, ibid.

Penitents, reconcilement of on holy Thursday by archdeacon, 554.

Penny, Gilbert, mayor, A. 607.

Pennyman, James, 499.

Pensherst, Geo. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 210.

Penshurst, rectors of, 99.

Penthwin, Hugh, archdeacon, account of, 585.

Pentworth, John, register to archdeacon and apparitorgeneral, 584.

Perambulation of the barony of abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 192.

Percy, Tho. mayor, A. 606.

Perjury, punishment of, in city, by order of the star chamber, A. 631.

Peter, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 177.

Peter Blesensis, dean of Wolverhampton, 349.

Peter's pence collected in England, 574.

Peterborough, dean of, 10, 12; abbey of, 333.

Peto, Wm. cardinal and fransciscan sriar, 447.

Petre, Sir Wm. 3.

Petham, manor of, 547.

Petronius, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 179.

Pettis, manor of, 535, 536.

Pettit, Paul, mayorA. 608.

Peyntwyn, John, archdeacon

Picard, Richard, mayor, A. 609.

Piddle town, rectors of, 103.

Pie powder courts held in city A 621.

Pilgrims, ordering of lodgings and victuals for, in city, A. 629.

Pillory placed at corn-market, A. 628.

Pilton, in co. Northampton, rectors of, 86.

Pisa, occumenical council at, 581

Pitseus, the writer, 113, 579.

Pisinge, Wm. mayor, A. 609.

Pitt, right hon. Wm. chancellor of the Exchequer, presented with freedom of city, A. 658; entertained at dinner by citizens, 659.

Plague, great one, rages in England, 388, 392; in city, A. 640, 645.

Plays performed in court and guildhall, A. 634.

Pleas, privilege of holding, granted to city, A. 615.

Plomer, Geo. mayor, A. 609.

Plompton, John, mayorA. 605.

Pluckley, rectors of, 74, 594.

Pocock, Dr. the orientalist

Poldhurst, tythery of, in Harbledown, 144.

Pole, Sir Richard, 445.

Pollen, John, mayor, A. 608.

Ponet, John, prebendary, account of, 86.

Poney, Tho. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 204.

Popham, judge. 467.

Poor of Canterbury, benefactions to, 122, 461, 495.

Porpoiste, one caught in the town dyke, A. 637.

Porre, Elured, 169.

Porteus, Dr. 509, 512.

Portreeve, or Provost of city, appointed, 602.

Portsea, bishop of, 198, 362.

Pory, John, prebendary, account of, 76.

Potter, dean, life of, 46, 108, 499; Tho. 47, 499; Martha; buried in cathedral, 47; John; prebendary, account of, 108.

Poor priests hospital in Canterbury, 338, 568, 569, A. 638, 661; made a general work house and bridewell, 656

Poulton, the jesuit

Pound, common one, at Westgate, A. 628.

Powys, Tho present dean, account of, 54.

Poynings, Sir Edw. 436, 535; master, A. 624, 626.

Prat, Richard, mayor, A. 605.

Præfect of the city, A.

Præmonstratentians, conservator of the order of, 198.

PREBENDARIES OR CANONS of Christ church in Canterbury, LIST OF 40, 42, 55, 467, 499, 516.

PRECINCTS and VILLES exempt from city liberties, 109; without the walls exempt or extra-parochial, 135, 136.

Prelates, their election declared free by king John, 525.

Premunire, fear of, in the election of an abp. 528.

Preneste, Langham, cardinal, bishop of, 395.

Prerogative court of abp. 518.

Preston, church of, 386, 569.

Perston, viscount, 497.

Prideux, Edmund, 27.

Priestley, Dr. 52.

Priests, decree forbidding them to marry, 316.

Primacy of the see of Canterbury, 253, 254; of England, adjudged to the abp. 310; contest for it, 320.

Primas Totius Britanniæ, style of, when first used, 278.

Primate and metropolitan of all England, title of, when first granted to the abp. 323.

Printing used in St. Augustine's monastery, 168; when first brought into England, 431.

Priuli, Aloysio, 450.

Privy seal, keeper of, 579.

Propagation of the gospel, society for

Propchaunt, Tho. mayor, 605.

Protection of the king, granted to abbots, &c. 200.

Proude, John, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Provinces or Bishoprics, kingdom divided into, 276.

Provision, bulls of, introduced, 346.

Provisions, different prices of, in former times, A. 617, 619, 624, 625, 626.

Prynne, 479, 481.

Puresoy, Nicholas, 7.

Puritans destroy the windows of Lambeth chapel

Purleigh, rector of, 589.

Pyrye, John, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Q.

Queen Anne, A. 654; bounty, governors of, 495.

Queen Catherine (wife to king Henry VIII.) at Canterbury' 628; dowager at Canterbury, A. 653; Eliz. at Canterbury, 218, 224, A. 638; at Croydon palace, 453, 464; at Lambeth palace, ibid. wife of king Henry VII. 434; at Canterbury, A. 623; Isabella, 120, 139, 530; Mary, at Canterbury, 446, 447, A. 636; queen to king Charles II. at Canterbury, A. 650.

Queaks in Thanet, king Wm. lodges at, A. 654.

Queningate, new tower, &c. of, A. 616; lane, 617, 622.

Quo warranto issued against the city, A. 643.

R.

Raby, lord, 66.

Redcliffe, Houstonne, prebendary, account of, 70.

Railton, Richard, mayor, 606.

Rande, Gregory, mayor, ibid.

Randolph, Herbert, recorder, 611

Rawstorne, Jeremiah, 114.

Reading, John, prebendary, account of, 89.

Reading, council at, 353, 367; convocation at, 366; new charter to the town of, 481; hospital at, ibid.

Recorder, or Legis Peritus of city, his antient fee, A.

Rectors and vicars, poor ones, in kent, benefactions to, 495.

Reculver, chantry at, 131; manor of, 150, 547; parsonage, 151; palace at, 265; abbot of, 278.

Redercheape, 161.

Redman, Wm prebendary, account of, 56; archdeacon, account of, 589: John, of co. Cambridge, ibid.

Redyngate, ward of, 230; alderman of, A. 596; bridge without it, 622. See also Ridingate.

Reeve, Wm. mayor, A. 608.

Registers to archdeacon

Regrating and forestalling, presentments of, A. 638.

Religious houses, arms and effigies of their benefactions set up in churches, &c. 580.

Remsted in Sussex, nunnery of, 141, 340, 358.

Rettington, Essex, rector of, 501

Rhemes, council at, 184, 324, 560; abp. of, 337.

Rich, Edmund, 357.

Richards, Rev. John, 147; Stephen, mayor, A. 610.

Richmond, archdeacon of, 258; Henry, earl of, 432; duke of, A. 600.

Riddell, Geoffry, baron of the exchequer, 563.

Ridingate repaired and widened, A. 636; taken down and rebuilt, 658.

Ridley, Drs. Nicholas and Lancelot, 64; Nicholas, prebendary, account of, 71; Nicholas, 461; bishop, 459.

Ring of abbot of St. Augustine's monastery claimed by the king

Ringwold, rector of, 97.

Ripple, Solomon de, bailiff of St. Augustine's monast. 205.

Rippon, Dering, dean of, 91.

Rising, Wm. prior of holy trinity, London, 403.

River Stour, act for cleaning and deepning, A. 629; level tried for improving its navigation, ib.

Rivitt, Dr. 69.

Roan, abp. of, 345, 428.

Roberts, Elizabeth Johanna, 147.

Robinson, John, prebendary, account of, 63; Charles, pre sent recorder, 242; A. 611; John, mayor, A. 609.

RECORDERS of the city, LIST OF, A.

Rochdale, co. Lancaster, grammar school founded there, 453.

Roche, Andomar de, archdeacon. See Rupy.

Rochester, diocese of, 284; cathedral church founded, 267, 309; patronage of, 353, 543; bishops of, 279, 350, 355, 369, 380, 382, 390, 534, 538, 561; the abps. cross bearer, 542; Ascelin, 561; Barlow, 82; Ernest, 309; Ernulph, ibid; Freak, 589; Geast, ib Gundulph, 308, 309; Justus, 267, 272; Ithamar, 274; Kempe, 424, 425; Neal, 475; Paulinus, 308; Ponet, 87; Ralph or Rodulph, 317, 318, 560; Romanus, 272; Ridley, 71; Sandford, 565; Sieward, 304; Warner, 57; Wittersley, 398; 399; deans, Castilion, 58; Dampier, 64; Freak, 589; Herring, 501; Turner, 23, 26; archdeacons, Edyal, 585; prebendaries

Rochester, dean and chapter of, A. 672.

Rochester castle, custody of, granted to abp. 321, 330, 350; bridge, benefactions to, 340, 414, 422, 431, 436, 441; money levied for the repair of it; A. 636.

Roger, archdeacon, 189; abbot of St Augustine's monastery, life of, 191.

Rogers, dean, life of, 8, 146; Francis, D. D. 9; Ann, buried in cathedral, ibid. Dr. 13; Richard, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 133; Thomas, A. 654.

Rockesley, Gregory de, 570.

Roman bricks, in St Pancrase chapel, 221; arch at Worthgate, A. 659.

Romans, their law concerning burials, 281.

Rome, court of, intollerable exactions of it, 529; removed to Lyons in France, 572; returned to Rome, 576.

Romney, bailiffs of the town of, 404

Romney, Charles, lord, lordlieutenant of the county, presented with freedom of city, A. 661, 662.

Rooke, Sir Geo. admiral, account of, 250; Wm. mayor, A. 608; Finch, killed in a duel, A. 654.

Rook's of St. Laurence, account of, 250.

Rooks nest, now St. Laurencehouse, near Canterbury, 250.

Rookby, Sir Tho. Robinson, lord, 45.

Rooper, 155.

Roos, Tho. lord of Hamlake

Roper, Tho. 154; John, of St. John's hospital, ibid.

Ros, Wm. de, 330; Geoffry de, fee of, 350.

Rose, damask, first brought into England, 461.

Rose, Wm. bailiff of city, 604; John, mayor, 607; alderman, his gift for making the river Stour navigable, A. 640.

Rotlande, Wm. A. 627.

Rotherfield, in Suffex, rector of, 96.

Roverius, 176.

Royle, Joseph, mayor, A. 610.

Rozier, land, in Holy Cross, Westgate, A. 616.

Rucking, rector of, 59.

Russinian, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 178.

Rumworth, alias Cirencester, Henry, archdeacon, account of, 582.

Rupy, Andomar de, archdeacon, account of, 578.

Rush, Anthony, prebendary, account of, 60.

Rushborne, tythery of, 144.

Russell, lord, 28.

Rutlande, Wm mayor, A. 606; Rutlande's, 222.

Rydle, Roger, mayor, A. 605.

Ryngely, Mary, 145.

Ryton, rectors of, 506, 515.

S.

Saravia, Adrian, prebendary, account of, 77.

Sabine, Avery, his charity to King's bridge hospital, 127; mayor, A. 607.

Sac friars settle in Canterbury, A. 613.

Sackett, John, master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 133, 134; rector of Mongeham, ib.

Sare, Tho. mayor, A. 605, 606; Stephen, mayor, ibid.

Salisbury or Sarum, church of, 345; bishops of, 331, 538, 545; Abbot, 470; Dene, 437; Fotherby, 13, 102; Geast, 588; Hallum, 581; Herbert, 564; Hubert, 345, 346, 347; Hugh, 344; Willoughbye, 72; Friar Peto, made bishop, 447; the bishop, precentor to the abp 542; deans, Clark, 85; Cobham, 378; Freak, 589; Peirce, 84; chancellors of, 357, 400, 417; treasurers of, 43; precentors of, 579; canons or prebendaries of, 389, 417, 422, 432, 445, 582; archdeacon of, 345.

Salisbury, Robt. Cecil, earl of, 224; lady Margaret, countess of, 445.

Salmestone grange, Thanet, 209.

Salmon, Tho. Edw. mayor, 610.

Saltwood, manor of, 350, 547; castle or palace of, 330, 408, 524; rectors of, 67, 573, 587; hospital of, 13.

Saltwood, Robt. keeper of St. Mary's chapel in St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Sallust, elegant edition of, 67.

Salutation tavern in St. Andrew's parish, A. 656.

Sandals, privilege of wearing them, granted to the abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 171.

Sancrost, Wm. archdeacon, 489; account of, 591.

Sandford, Richard, 78; John, prebendary, account of ibid. Wm. parson of St. Peter's in Canterbury, A. 633.

Sandown, in co. Herts, vicar of, 91.

Sandhurst, rector of, 83.

Sankey, Mathew, W. A. 610; entertains his R. H. Geo. Prince of Wales in the city, A. 661.

Sands, Margaret, lady, 224.

Sandwich, 139; churches of St. Mary and St. Clements in, 556, 576, 578.

Sandwich, Henry de, archdeacon 195; Elias de, prior of St. Gregories, 143; John, sub-prior of St. Augustine's monastery, 212.

Sandys, the rebel colonel, 19, 306; Richard, 242.

Sansemere, Richard, cl. 400.

Savaricus, archdeacon, 563.

Saville, Sir Henry, 391.

Savoy church in London, ministers of, 83; master of, 484.

Savoy, Peter, duke of, 359.

Saunders, Edmund, 240.

Sawyer, Edward, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Saxey, Jocosa, 249.

Say, Robt. master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 133; of Harbledown hospital, ibid.

Sayer, Dr. archdeacon of Durham, 499.

School, the king's or dean and chapter's of Christ church, 43, 123; called the mynte, 125; free school in King's. bridge hospital, 122, 124; one founded in Canterbury by abp. Theodore, 276.

Scotland or Scotland, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 185, 268.

Scotland, Wm. king of, 347; David, king of, 321; Alexander, king of, 362; bishops of, 258, 259; chancellor of, Laud, 476.

Scott, Tho. of Liminge, 114; the regicide, 456; Sir Wm. 535, 539; Sir Tho. ibid.

Seal granted to the city, 612; carried away by the king's command, 621; a new one made by the king's engraver, 642.

Searles, John, 15; Tho. cl. 571.

Sebert, king, 253, 271.

Secker, Geo. prebendary, account of. 91, 510.

Selby, in Yorkshire, carthusian monastery at, 198.

Sellinge, Wm. abbot of St. Augustine's monast, life of, 211.

Sellowe, Wm. mayor, A. 605; Wm. council to the mayor, 621.

Sellynge, Stephen, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Selsey, Æthelgar, bishop of, 298.

Semarke, John, mayor, A. 606.

Seneschall or Mareschal, of king, his court held in Westgate-street without A. 617.

Senhouse, 249.

Septvans, Sir Wm. 155.

Sepulture, St. Augustine's monastery, founded for one, 163.

Sergeants of the city, 404; of the chamber of the city, A. 601; at mace, in city, 623.

Sermon preached before the mayor at his election, and continued annually, A. 647.

Sevenoke, vicar and fine cure rectory of, 104.

Sevenock, James, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 211.

Sexburg, queen, 164.

Sextaine, John, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Seymour, Henry, 499.

Shadwell, St. Paul's church in, 66.

Shastesbury, prebendary or canon of, 417.

Shambles in city, A. 630, 648, 655, 656.

Sharp, dean, life of, 29; Tho. ibid. abp. of York, 32; John, 227; of Bradford, in co. York, 29.

Sheffield, John, publicnotary, 584.

Sheldon, abp. 28; Ralph, 435; Frances, ibid Roger, 484.

Sheldwych, John, bailiff of city, A. 603; Nicholas, mayor, 605; Mr. 621.

Shelford, great, minister of, 501.

Shepherdswell, with Coldred, vicar of, 59.

Shepye, John, 580.

Sherborne, or Shirburne, diocese of, 284; bishops of, 290; Elfric, 300; Elmer, 182; Emer, 165; Stigand, 305; archbishop of, 300; hospital, master of, 64.

Sheriff of city holds a court, A 623; pays a sine for wearing his beard, 634.

Sherman, Maurice Abbot, 470.

Shindler, Tho. mayor, A. 609.

Shoemakers, curriers, and coblers, first incorporated in city, A. 629.

Shooting in city, neglected by the use of bowling, A. 638.

Shuckford, Sam. prebendary, account of, 99.

Sidnacester, diocese of, 283.

Sidon, Wellys, bishop of, 143.

Sigerie, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182.

Silvester, abbot of the same, life of, 169.

Simmons, alderman, A. 658, 659, 660; James, mayor

Simmons and Royle, Messrs. rebuild Abbots mill, A. 659.

Simpson, John, mayor, A. 608.

Singing in churches, first introduced into England, 179, 276.

Siricius, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182, 299.

Slindon, manor and park of, 354, 368; palace at, 524.

Small debts, act for the recovery of, in city and liberties, 657.

Smith, Dr. Adam, 51; Alexander, 153; John, 237, 242; Tho. mayor, A. 610; Ann, 650.

Smith's hospital in Longport, 237, 242, A. 650, 661.

Smyth, Robt. 142; of Westenhanger, 239.

Snowden, Elizabeth, 142.

Snowe, Ralph, 155.

Snowthe, John, monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Southwark, St. Olive's rectory in, 23.

Spelman, Sir Henry, 160.

Spencer, Rev. Mr. his life of abp. Chicheley, 417; Spencer, the poet, 461; Lords Robert and Charles, 514; Arnold, A. 645.

Speech-house or Moat hall in Canterbury, A. 633.

Spofforth, in co York, rectors of, 503.

Sorbonne, divines of, 498.

Solly, Stephen, 240.

Somerscales, vicar of Doddington, 127.

Somner, Mr. A. 600; Wm. 646; Mr. 650, 657, 658, 660.

Sondes, Lord, a. 672.

Southee, John, mayor, a. 610.

Southfleet, rectors of, 59, 82.

Southampton, free school of, 77.

Southwell, collegiate church of, 100, 427.

Southwell, Walter, mayor, 607.

St. Adrian, cardinal of, 569; altar of St. Augustine's monastery, 203.

St. Alban's, abbot of, 300; monastery of, 301; church of, 310.

St. Alphage, relies of, 296.

St. Andrew's in Canterbury, rectors of, 134, 135; church rebuilt, a. 657; divine service, before the corporation, performed there every burghmote day, 652.

St. Andrew's in Scotland, see of, 410, 415, 416.

St. Anne's chapel in the cathedral, 354.

St. Anne's, alias Countess's chapel, in St. Augustine's monastery, 165, 207.

St. Anselm's chapel in cathedral, 382.

St. Asaph, bishops of, 34, 442; Beveridge, 69; John, 582; Lisle, 85, 594; Ward, 101; archdeacon of, 9.

St. Augustine, archbishop, life of, 280, 159, 162, 180, 187, 194, 199, 221, 222, 252, a. 696.

St. Augustine's abbey, account of, 158, 267, a. 669, 670; high court of, palace of, 218, 223, a. 672.

St. Augustine's abbey, its cemetery ransacked for the stone coffins, 165; great part of it demised to trustees of county hospital, 166; was the common church-yard for the parish churches of the city, ibid.

St. Augustine's abbey, value and revenues of it, 167, 214; king's lodged at it, 168; royalentertainment at it, 366; queen of France lodges at it, 628; queen Eliz. resides there, 638, a. 672.

St. Augustine's abbey, 439; charter of privileges to it, called St. Augustine's charter, 168; liberties, charters, and bulls conserred on it, ib. 170, 171; abp. prohibited from visiting it, 170; monastery exempted from abp's. jurisdiction, 172; searched after its dissolution for hidden treasures, 217; coat of arms, 215; common seals, ibid. antient drawing of it, a. 596; ruins of, 633; rents and houses, after its dissolution, granted to the city, a. 634, 672; thoughts on the dissolved monast. in verse, 666.

St. Augustine's abbey, abbot of, receives his benediction from the abp. 173; dispute concering it, 192; perambulation of his barony, ib. made chancellor, 169; his place in councils, 184; his argument concerning the bounds of Longport, 234; his disputes and composition with the citizens, a. 612, 622; abbots of, 136, 247, 369, 386, 535, 539, 556, 572, a. 630, 631; LIST and LIVES of them, 177.

St. Augustine's abbey, abbot & convent of, 139, 243, 382, 564, 565, 569; their controversy and compromise with the archdeacon, 552

St. Augustine, regular or black canons of, 138; their gateway in St. George's parish, a. 616.

St. Bees in Cumberland, school of, founded, 460.

St. Benedict, altar of, in cathedral, 287, 289, 290, 303, 318, 322, 332.

St. Bertin's, abbot of, 380.

St. Blaze, relics of, 289; altar of in St. Aug. mon. 203.

St. Burien's, Cornwall, deanry of, 74.

St. Catherine's hospital, 116, 130; portico of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 163.

St. Cosmus and Damain in the Blean, church of, 121; altar of in St. Augustine's monast. 203.

St. Cross, hospital of, near Winchester, 42, 70.

St. David's, bishops of, 288, 303, 320, 340, 342, 368, 561; Chicheley, 417, 581; Laud, 475, 476; Sydall, 39, 40.

St. Dunstan's, parsonage and vicarage of. 144, 145; altar of, in cathedral, 302, 386; account of the scrutiny of his relics, 296, 297.

St. Edburga, relics of, 139.

St. Edmund, of Ridingate, church of, A. 613.

St. Edmund, see abp. Edmund.

St. Edmundsbury, prior of, 194.

St. Elphage, altar of, in cathedral, 302, 405.

St. Ethelbert's feast kept in St. Augustine's monastery, 210.

St. Ethelwald, 294.

St. Gabriel, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 203.

St. Gemma, friars minors at, 356

St. George's, in Canterbury rectors of, 65, 67, 74; gate, reservoirs of water placed in it, A. 657; freemen, prisoners kept in it, 633; steeple taken down, 660; bell ordered to be rung in it at four o'clock every morning, 640.

St. Giles's, Oxford, vicars of 22

St. GREGORY'S PRIORY, ville or precinct of, in Canterbury, account of, 136; adjudged within liberty of city, 137; adjudged without, ibid. cemetery or church-yard of, 147, 148; church of, 150; priory of, 309, 412, A. 642; prior and convent of, their composition with city, concerning privileges, A. 628; prior of, suffragan to abp. 630.

St. Gregory's altar, in St. Augustine's monastery, 178, 180, 277; in cathedral, 283, 375, 376.

St. Gregory, Saxon homily on the birth-day of, A. 670.

St. Helena, castle of, in Savoy, 360.

St. Jacob's hospital, near Canterbury, A. 636.

St. JOHN'S, alias NORTHGATE HOSPITAL, in Canterbury, account of, 149, 39, 42, 136, 310, 510, A. 642, 658; masters of, 69, 70, 594.

St. John, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 183, 203; in cathedral, 299, 301, 376; church or chapel of, in the priory of Christ church, 282, 283, 285, 287, 289, 290, 299.

St. John's chapel in Canterbury, A. 633, 660.

St. Johns, lord, A. 598.

St. Katherine, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 197, 203, 205, 243.

St. LAURENCE HOSPITAL of, near Canterbury, account of, 244, 189, 231, 232; warden of, A. 631.

St. Laurence HOUSE, near Canterbury, account of, 244, 229, 230, 231, 232, 235; tythery of, in St. Paul's parish, 242.

St. Laurence, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 203; figure of him, 244.

St. Legar, Arthur, prebendary, account of, 60; Sir Arthur, lord-deputy, ib. Sir Anthony, 238.

St. Margaret's parish, near Deal, 559; church in Canterbury, 556, 569.

St. Martin's-street, in Canterbury, exempt from the city liberty, 136; borough, trial concerning its jurisdiction, A. 651; hill, 237; church of, 161; bishops of, 558, 559.

St. Martin, altar of, in cathedral, 287, 302, 312; portico of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 163, 270.

St. Martin's, in Dover, priory and church of, 131, 322.

St. Mary, church of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 166, 180, A. 671; chapel of, 186, 196; in cryptis, chapel of, 220; altar of, 201, 325, 326.

St. Mary Bredin, in Canterbury, parish of, 246; Bredman, rectors of, 85, 134; Magdalen, rectors of, 67; poor of, A. 655.

St. Mary Magdalen, treatise concerning her penitence, 568

St. Michael, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 203; gate in Canterbury, 626, 658.

St. Mildred, relics of, 139; translated to St. Augustine's monast. 183; shrine of there, 197; altar of, 203.

St. Mildred, postern gate in Canterbury, 635; parish, poor of, 655.

St. Nicholas, Tho. recorder, 611.

St. Oswald

St. Osyth, prior of, 320.

St. Pancrase, chapel of, in St. Aug. mon. 209; account of, 221.

St. Paul's cross in London, sermons at, 82.

St. Paul's, in Canterbury, hamlet of, 229; advowson of, vicarage of, 238; rectors of, 242; rectory or parsonage of, 250.

St. Peter, altar of, in St. Augusttine's monastery, 183; church in city, rector of, A. 616; alms houses in, 632.

St. Peter and St. Paul, monastery of, A, 669, 679; chapel of, in cathedral, 316, 383.

St. Radigund's priory near Dover, 144; about of, 194; abbey of, 564.

St. Radigund's house & ground in Canterbury, A. 660.

St. Raphael, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 203.

St. Richard, altar of, in crypt of St. Augustine's mon. 182.

St. Rufine, bishop of, 542.

St. Sepulchre, nunnery of, in Canterbury, 233, 317, 435; parish of, A. 616.

St. Stephen, altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 203; in cathedral, 282, 285.

St. Thomas's chapel in St. Gregory's priory, 148, 338; altar of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 183, 203; in cathedral, 288, 337; alias Eastbridge hospital, 333, A. 640.

St. Thomas the martyr, priory & cathedral of Christ-church so called, 337, 540; pageant of him, provided by city, 626.

Stafford, earl of, 66, 401, 536; Sir Humphrey, 422; of Abbothsbury, ibid.

Staines, Richard, mayor A. 610.

Stalisfied, parsonage and vicarage of, 144, 145.

Stamford, vicarage of, 475.

Stanlake, Oxford, rector of, 98.

Stanley, John, mayor, A. 607; George, ibid.

Stanton, H. de, iter of, 229.

Staplegate, Edmund de, A. 613.

Starky, John, mayor, A. 606.

Statute merchant, recognizances for, acknowledged in city, A. 642, 643.

Stedman, Samuel, prebendary, account of, 80.

Stephens, Henry and Thomas, the famous learned

Sterne, Dr. Richard, 478.

Stewards court of the lord prior of Christ church, A.

Stewart, Robert, prebendary, account of, 101.

Stillingfleet, Edward, prebendary, account of, 106.

Stinton, Dr. 509, 512.

Stisted, manor of, 560.

Stockwell, chapel of, 509.

Stodmarsh, church of, 556.

Stoke, Bruern, in co. Northamoton, rector of, 61; Clare, in Suffolk, dean of the college of, 451; grammer school there founded, 453.

Stonar, estate of

Stonard, Richard, monk of St. Augustine's monast. 214.

Stone, church of, 556; chapelry of, 567.

Stopyndon, Richard, bailiff of city, A. 604.

Stoner, Bennet, prebendary, account of

Story John, gate-keeper of St. Augustine's monastery, 213.

Stour river A. 657, 640, 641, 644, 645, 654.

Stourton, Frances, lady, 224.

Stow, the historian, 466, 490.

Stow, archdeacon of, 102, 391; cum qui minister of, 501.

Stowting, hundred of, 229.

Strangwish, Mr. 536.

Stratford upon Avon, college of, 386; town of, 574.

Stratford, Robert de, 384,

Sudbury, abp. A. 660.

Streets of the city repaired, A. 622; act for paving them, 658.

Stringer, Geo, mayor, A. 610.

Strykynbow, Tho chamberlain of St. Augustine's monast. 213

Strype, Mr. his life of abp. Cranmer, 444, 548; of abp. Parker, 456; of abp. Grindall, 462; of abp. Whitgift, 465.

Sturiag, or Christelet, ville of 161.

Sturmouth, rector of, 66.

Sturry, manor of, 213.

Sturfete or Westgate, manor of, 140.

Sudbury, college of St. Gregories in, founded, 401.

Sunderland, lord, 31.

Sundridge, rectors of, 41, 58.

Suffolk, archdeacon of, 107.

Suffolk, Robt. de Ufford, earl of, 387.

Supporters to arms, borne by an abp of Canterbury, 422.

Surry, earl of, 437, 440.

Sustorn, John de, 399.

Sussex, Lord, 462.

Sutton, Richard, prebendary, account of, 67.

Sutton, in co. Bedford, rector of, 106.

Sutton, appropriation of the church of, A. 616.

Sutton's friars in Canterbury, A. 616.

Swan, John, mayor, A. 605.

Swanscombe, the kentish men oppose king Wm. the conqueror there, 184.

Sweat, disease of, in Canterbury, A. 635.

Swerdling, manor of, 247.

Swannedowne, 161.

Sword first borne before the mayor of city, A. 642.

Sworder, Wm. master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 132

Sydall, dean, 70; life of 38; Elias, prebendary, 41.

Sydrake, Tho. chaplain, 141.

Sylvester, abbot of St. August tine's monastery, 173; life of, 189.

Symkins, John, prior of St. Gregory's, 143.

Symme, John, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Sympson, John, prebendary, account of, 83; Nicholas, prebendary, account of, 87; bu ried in the cathedral, 83.

Synod of the Italian bishops, 162.

Synods, several held, 278.

Syred or Swithred, chosen, abp. 287.

T.

Tadcaster, vicar of, 92.

Taddy, John, mayor, A. 610.

Talbot's, 156, 505, 506, 509.

Talboys, Ralph, prebendary, account of, 102.

Tallage assessed on city, anno 32, Edw. I. A. 596.

Tamarisk introduced into England, 461.

Tanner, Tho. prebendary, account of, 70, 499; bishop, 490.

Tatnall, Tho. 154.

Tatton, Wm. prebendary, account of, 96.

Tenham, manor of, 350, 547; palace at, 524; church of, 556, 566, 576, 578; chapelry of, 567; vicars of. 14, 555.

Tenison, Edw. prebendary, account of, 58; Tho. prebendary, account of, 74; John, cl. 493; archdeacon, 496; Dr. 499.

Tenterden, vicars of, 18, 86.

Terne, John de, alderman of Worgate, A. 596.

Testament, old and new, the text of it amended by abp. Lanfranc, 312.

Testa, Wm. archdeacon, 373.

Teversham, Cambridge, rectors of, 10, 462, 463, 467.

Tewing, in co. Hertford, rectors of, 35, 36.

Textus Roffensis, an insertion in it, ordered by abp. Parker, 312.

Thanet, isle of, 193, 265; earl of, recorder, A. 611.

Thanington, parsonage and curacy of, 145; poor of, 655.

Tharent, Nicholas de, provost of Wingham, 384.

Theatre over the Bulstake market, A. 658; new one erected, 659.

Thediscius, 568.

Theobald, brother of abp. Walter, 346.

Thirlby, bishop

Thomas, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, 245.

Thomas, Mark, mayor, A. 609.

Thompson, alias Campion, Nicholas, 121.

Thoresby. Mr. 31, 32, 99

Thorn, Wm. atte, prior of St. Gregory's 143; Nicholas, alias de Spina, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 198.

Thornden, alias Stede, prebendary, account of, 55.

Thornden, patent of, 93.

Thorp, Geo. prebendary, account of, 74.

Thorolt, wood of, 379

Throne, light of, in the cathedral, 376.

Throwley, priory of, 380.

Thuigden, J. master of King'sbridge hospital, account of, 130.

Ticehurst, in Sussex, vicars of, 67, 81, 108.

Tierncrouch, in St. Margaret's, A. 613.

Tilbury, west, rectory of, in co. Essex, 475.

Tillotson, Robt. 27; dean, life of, ib. 61; John, prebendary, account of, 61.

Tilmanstone, vicarage of, 16.

Tilston's, of Cheshire, 27.

Tinmouth, John, his life of abp. Bregwin, 282.

Tipsel, —, 248.

Tirel, Sir Tho. 263.

Titteshall, St. Mary, in Norfolk, rector of, 512.

Todd, the Rev. H. F. his lives of the deans of Canterbury, 1, 34, 36, 53, 89, 493.

Tolputt, John, mayor, A. 609.

Tomb, elegant one in cathedral, of abp. Warham, repaired and beautified, 441.

Tonge, James, mayor, A. 609.

Tooke, Wm. 154.

Totness, archdeacon of, 343.

Tournay in Flanders, abbot of, 180.

Towen, in Merionethshire, 87.

Townsend, lord viscount, 514; hon. Wm. ibid.

Tracy, Wm. 331, 332.

Trapps, Mr. 248.

Travelling, charges of, in former times, A. 624.

Treasurer of England, 571.

Trendale, park of, 229.

Tresser, Tho. mayor, A. 608.

Trent, history of, 20.

Trewonwall, Henry, registar, of abp. 142.

Trinity chapel, in cathedral, 312, 325, 406; founded in St. Dunstan's church, 613.

Trottesclive, Hugh de, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 188, 244, 245.

Tronagium, Trove, or Thraw beam, A. 634.

Trowbridge, in co. Wilts, rector of, 503.

Tucker, Sarah, 107.

Tunbridge, manorand castle of, 330, 350, 535, 536.

Tunstal, manor of, A. 627.

Tunford, in co. Kent, rector of, 381.

Tunstal, Wm. prebendary, account of, 72; Dr. Cuthbert, the abp's. chancellor, 298.

Turnbull, Hugh, alias Henry, prebendary, account of, 93.

Turner, Tho. 22, 25, A. 653; councellor at law, 611;dean, life of, 23; Francis, bishop of Ely, 24; Wm. archdeacon of Durham, 24; Wm. mayor, A. 608, 649; Margaret, widow of the dean, 26; John, prebendary, account of, 107.

Turner's of the white friars, account of, 114.

Twiford, in Northumbe land, council held at, 270.

Twisden, Tho. 227

Twyman, Henry, mayor, 608.

Twyne, John, mayor, 606.

Tydecombe, Wm. 400.

Tyler, John, A. 633.

Tynoden, John de, master of King's-bridge hospital, account of, 130.

Tyrrwhit, Dr. 506; Robt. 598.

Tythes, exemption from, when first granted, 176.

V.

Vaghan, Tho. alderman of Westgate ward, A. 619.

Valoyns, Waretius de, 247.

Vane, Sir Henry, the elder, 227.

Varedge, John, 220.

Venice, states of, 73.

Ventris, Mr. A. 646.

Vicars general to abp. 398, 425, 569, 570, 587.

Vicarages, poor ones, augmented, 464, 490, 498.

Vielston, manor of, 535, 536.

View of frank pledge, held by mayor, as clerk of the markets, A. 623.

Vineyard, one made in the Northolmes, 204.

Virgin Mary, chapel of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 178, 186, 277; altar of, in the same, 203.

Vispale, Fishpool, hamlet of, 229, 230, 231, 233.

Ulcombe, church, made collegiate, 354.

Union of houses of York and Lancaster, contrived by abp. Morton, 432.

Universities, the abp. visitor of, 362, 523.

Vossius, John Gerard, prebendary, account of, 103, 523.

Urns found near St. Augustine's monastery, 163; near St. Pancrase chapel, ibid.

Ushorne, John, 154.

Vyner, Tho. prebendary, account of, 100.

Vyse, Dr. 513.

W.

Waddell, Henry, mayor, 609.

Wages of artificers, &c. within city and liberties, lettled, A. 641, 663.

Waggons travelling with merchandize through city, pay toll, A. 640.

Wainslet, Tho. mayor, 606, 621.

Waits of the city, orders for, A 645.

Wake, Mary, 42; Edward, prebendary, account of, 80; Wm. 497.

Wakefield, Henry, archdeacon, account of, 577.

Walden, Sir Humphrey, 373; Roger, cl. 415, 416.

Wales, metropolitan of, 278; annexed to the see of Canterbury, 344; visited by abp. 368; vice president of the marches of, 463.

WALES. HIS R. H. GEORGE PRINCE OF, entertained in city and accepts the freedom of it, A. 660, 661.

Walker, Cecilia, 14; Tho. 146.

Wallingford, peace at, 324.

Walloons permitted to inhabit the city, A. 637, 646; assessed to poor, 650; freedom of city denied to them, 653.

Walls of city repaired, 635, 660.

Walpole, Wm chaplain, 112; hon. Horace, letter to 511.

Walsanger in Hampshire, 438.

Walsingham, W. his history, 453.

Walsoken, in Norfolk, rector of, 501.

Walsby, Edw, prebendary, account of, 108, A. 661.

Waltham in Kent, manor of, 547; parsonage of, 144; vicarage of, 145.

Waltham, abbot of, 556, 572.

Walton, in Yorksh. vicar of, 67.

Walwyn, Francis, prebendary, account of, 85.

Wanford, Herts, rectors of, 98.

Warbeck, Perkin, 438

Ward, Tho. prebendary, account of, 101; Wm. 251; hon. John, ibid.

Wardship, right of, to the abp. 518.

Ware, Tho. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Warham, Wm. archdeacon, 441. account of

Warham's of Oakley, in co. Hants, 438.

Wanner, Mathew, sacrist of Christ church, 590.

Warner, John, prebendary, account of, 57; Dr. 473.

Warton, Henry, his life of abp. Laud, 482.

Warum, John, prebendary, account of, 87.

Warwick, Edw. earl of, 445; earl of, 534, A. 621.

Washing shambles, common ones, built on the river in city, A. 644

Washingborough, rector of, in co. Lincoln, 108.

Waste lands in city, grant of, 615

Watch in city, assessment for, A. 645; appointed 640, 651.

Watch house of city removed, A. 662.

Water, excellent spring of, in St. Augustine's monastery, 222; given to the city by Sir John Hales, A. 656; waterlock, tower at, in St. Mildred's, 614.

Watmer, Wm. mayor, A. 607.

Watson, John, mayor, 607.

Watson, John, mayor, A. 609.

Waynfleet, Robt. A.

Webbe, Anth. mayor, A. 606; George, mayor, ibid. Joseph, mayor, 609.

Wederhall, Wm. provincial of the white friars, 113.

Weighing engine erected in city, A. 657, 658.

Weights and measures first instituted, 348.

Welbec, cannons of, 349.

Welde, Wm. abbot of St. Augustine's monast life of, 208.

Welfitt, Wm. prebendary, account of, 67.

Well, Andrew of, bailiff of city, A. 603.

Weils, diocese of, 574; church of, 345; bishops of, Athelm, 289; Brithelm. 292; deans of, Frewen, 98; Stafford, 422; archleacons of, Langham, 395; Langworth, 60; prebendaries of, 65, 388, 403, 585; canons of, 202, 582; treasurers of, 395, 573; chancellor of, 438.

Wellys, Tho. prior of St. Gregory's, and bishop of Sidon, 143.

Wendesly, Richard, 458.

Wentworth, lord, A. 598.

Werned, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Westbury, manor of in Ashwell, 460.

West Dereham in Norsolk, abbey of, 349.

Westgate built, 401; execution at, A. 662; keys of it delivered to the Emperor, 630; prisoners in, 112; gaol repaired, 660.

Westgate, hundred of, 150; alias Stursete, minor of, 140, 547; common pound at, 628; street of, exempt from city liberty, 136; aldermanry of, 169, A. 614, 622; alderman of, 596, 617; parsonage of, 144; vicars of, 143.

Westhalimot, manor of, 547.

West Hithe, church of, 556.

Westly, Tho. prebendary, account of, 83.

Westminster, a city, tho' no bishops see, 310; printing first used there in St. Peter's abbey, 168; abbot of, 395; councils held there, 315, 321, 340, 350; legantine synod at, 561; church of, royal christenings at, 546; church gear used at them, ibid. deans of, 476, 484; prebendaries of, 22, 44, 49, 71, 76, 77, 82, 458, 467, 475, 476, 503, 589; school master of, 21; chapel of St. Catherine in, 563.

Westminster, St. James's parish in, poor of, 495; rectors of, 497, 506, 507; St. Margaret's, 17; St. Martin's in the fields, vicar of, 80.

Westminster, Mathew of, his history, 453.

West Saxons, bishoprics of, 288.

Weston, Samuel Ryder, prebendary, account of, 97.

Weston, the bishop of Chester's house at, 258.

Wethershed, Richard, 355.

Wheat, price of, in tormer times, A. 614, 618.

Wheldrake, in co. York, rector of, 35.

Whetenhall, C. mayor, 607.

Whethamsted, in co. Hertford, rector of, 80.

Whitaker, Wm. prebendary, account of, 76.

Whitals, James, mayor, 606.

White, Sir Tho his charity, A. 637; his picture placed in Guildhall, 642.

White bread not to be baked for sale in city, A. 614.

WHITE FRIARS LIBERTY AND CONVENT, account of 109, 110.

Whitehall gateway in Westminster, its beautiful slint masonry, 216.

Whitfield, Wm. prebendary, account of, 106; Francis, 657.

Whiting, Wm. mayor, 607.

Whitlock, John, mayor, 605.

Whitsand, custom there paid by the abp. 371; bailiff of, 531.

Whitsunday, royal feast on it, kept in St. Augustine's monastery, 210.

Whitticliff, John, master of King's bridge hospital, account of, 131.

Whyte, Robt. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Wibescrouche, 161.

Wickhambreaux, rectors of, 65, 66.

Wickham's school in Winchester, 587.

Wicliffe, thereformer, 397; John, 413.

Wichvians, proceedings against, 579.

Wido, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 186, 187.

Wife, living viciously, banished the city, A. 633, 636.

Wigan, in co Lancaster, rectors of, 63, 591.

Wighard, a priest, 275.

Wightred, king, 278.

Wildish, John, 237.

Wilkins, David, bishop, 520.

William Rufus, king, 187.

Williams, John, prebendary, account of, 63; Philip, prebendary, account of, 104.

Williamson, Sir Joseph, 67.

Willoughbye, Tho. prebendary, account of, 71; Richard, prebendary, account of, 72.

Wills proved before the archdeacon, 551; and registered in court of burghmote, 612.

Wilson, John, mayor, 609.

Wilson, prebendary or canon of, 417.

Wimbledon, rectory of, 379.

Wimborne, dean of, 445.

Wincheap, Robt. de, prior of St. Gregory's, 143.

Wincheap gate repaired, A. 650; taken down, 657.

Winchelsea, Heneage, earl of, 106; earl of grants a warrant for the mayor, &c. to kill a buck in Eastwell park, A. 652.

Winchester, diocese of, 284; councils held at, 295, 305, 312; cathedral plundered by Col. Sandys, 306; church of, 307; bishops of, 173, 174, 207; 279, 328, 374, 380, 534, 535; Athelard, 284; Beausort, 420, 432; Burghersh, 572; Eadsin, 304; Elphage, 301, 557; Elsin, 292; Fox, 437; Morlev, 33; North, hon. Brownlow, 48; Nigell, 308; Ponet, 101; Stigand, 305; Stratford, 383; Wickham, 404; William, 320; archdeacons of, 415, 432; dean of, Abbort, 470; prebendary of, 104; Bishop, the abp's. chancellor, 542.

Winchester, Wickham's school at, 441, 587.

Windsor, deans of, Cornwallis, 49; Robinson, 63; canons or prebendaries of, 54, 60, 64, 84, 93, 97, 105, 106, 503.

Windebank, Sir Francis, 24.

Wine licence, when first granted A. 637.

Wingham, palace at, 524; manor of, 547; parsonage of, 144; college of, 366; provosts of, 75, 132, 384, 584, 585.

Winstanslev, Robt. monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Winter, John, prebendary, account of, 82.

Withred, king, 164, 185.

Witney, in co. Oxford, rector of, 44.

Wittersham, rector of, 58.

Wives have power to devise freeholds in city, notwithstanding coverture, A. 612.

Witchcrast, presentments of persons for, 638; several executed in city for it, 650.

Wifred, archdeacon, 285; account of, 556.

Wlfric, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 182, 183.

Wode, Tho. mayor, 606.

Woodhull, John de, cl. 400.

Wolf, gardiner to king Henry VIII 461.

Wolsey, cardianal, 439, 440, 586.

Wolton, Wilton, Tho de, master of King's-bridge hospital, account of, 131.

Wolverhampton, the collegiate church of, 349.

Wood, Richard, prebendary, account of, 57; Rev. John, 59; Alice, 154.

Woodall, John de. 399.

Woodchurch, rectors of, 59, 143

Woodham, prebend of, in the church of Chichester, 22.

Woodhay, east, in Hampshire, rector of, 33, 34.

Woodvile, Sir Richard, 429.

Wootton, rector of, 65.

Worcester, diocese of, 259, 283; church of, benefaction to 429; bishops of, 2, 191, 534; Baldwin, 343, 342; Bourchier, 427; Clifford, 579; Dunstan, 293, 294; Freak, 589; Grey, 533; Leigh, 577; North, 48; Reynoids, 379; Stilling fleet, 106; Tegulf, 318; Whitgift, 462, 463; Wistan, 307; Wittersley, 398; bishop of, the abp's chaplain, 542; deans of, Juxon, 482; prebenduries of, 60, 90.

Worthgate or Worgate, alderman of, A. 596; antient Roman arch at, A. 635, 659.

Wotton, dean, life of, 1; Tho. 5, 7; Sir Robt. 2, 5; Sir Henry, 20, 73; his remains, 465; lady dowager, 218, 224; her palace in St. Augustine's monastery plundered, ibid. A. 646; lady Wootton's green, 237; lord, his house in St. Augustine's monastery, A. 598; John, master of Maidstone college, 417.

Wotton's of Boughton Malherb, 146; lords, 224.

Wraight, James, mayor; A.

Wren, Bishop, 459, 461; his account of the masters of Pembroke hall

Wrotham, manor of, 547; palace of, 340, 392; rectors and vicars of, 47, 63, 81, 101, 108, 585.

Wyatt, Mr. Serjeant, deputy-reconder, A. 611; Wyatt's rebellion, 635.

Wydebere, a monk of St. Augustine's monastery, 214.

Wye, college of, 424, 426; perpetual curate of, 65, 92.

Wynhere, abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Wyke, near Canterbury, 152.

Wymondham, school of, 457.

Wynchelse, Wm. abbot of St. Augustine's monastery, life of, 181.

Wyne, bp. of Winchester, 306.

Wynne, Robt. mayor, 607.

Wynter, John, bailiff of city, 604; mayor, 605.

Wynterburn, Tho. archdeacon, account of, 584.

Wytts, Wiits, Margaret, 78.

Wyvelton, manor of, 536.

Y.

Yardley, in Herts, vicar of, 91.

York, parliaments at, 574; duke of, 410, A. 599, 648; duchess of, 620; at Canterbury, 651.

York and Lancaster, union of the houses of, projected, 432.

York, province of, enlarged, 258; archbishop of, his contests with the see of Canterbury, 258, 259, 260, 262, 263; pall sent from Rome to him, 266; archbishops of, 32, 312, 314, 325, 331, 347, 376, 410, 517, 543, 544, 545, 564, 581; Altric, 304; Alured, 306; Arundel, 409, 415, 416; Bishopsbridge, 562; Bothe, 263; Elsric, 301; Frewin, 98; Grey, 533; Grindal, 459; Heath, 446; Herring, 501; Hubert, 346; Hutton, 503; Kempe, 420, 423, 424, 425; Mathews, 451; Nevill, 415, 416, 533; Paulinus, 272, 273; Oswald, 293, 294; Sharp, 29, 90; Thurston, 259, 320, 560; Wilsred, Wlired, 278, 291; Wulsric, 300; deans of, Finch, 63; Sancrost, 487; Walden, 415; Wotton, 2, 5; archdeacon, of East Riding, Dering, 91; precentor of, 35; prebendaries of, 2, 29, 96, 383, 403, 415, 445, 503, 578, 579, 580.

York, Peter de Dene, canon of, 202.

Young, Arthur, prebendary, account of, 74; Florence, noviciate of St. Laurence hospital, 248.

Younger, John, prebendary, account of, 62.

Z.

Zanchius, 461.

Zouch, lord