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Arabic numerals refer to serial numbers and not to pages; Roman numbers refer to pages in the Introduction. Two (or more) persons of the same name are grouped together unless there is ready evidence to separate them. Where more than eighteen mentions of an elder brother of Trinity House occur in the Transactions, only the first and last references are given together with the total number of mentions (e.g. seventy-five mentions, 52–410). Entries concerning cargoes, occupations, ordnance and ships are grouped together under those headings. Places in or near London have been grouped under London.

The following abbreviations have been used

DFLmember of the Dover fellowship of lodemanage
EBelder brother of Deptford Trinity House
HTHmember of Hull Trinity House
NTHmember of Newcastle Trinity House
YByounger brother of Deptford Trinity House

A dagger (†) indicates a royal ship.

A

Abbot
-, Edward, 401
-, George, abp of Canterbury, 61, 68, 70, 93, 110, 229.
-, Maurice, kt, 352

Acton, George, 235

Acworth, Edward, 228

Adams (Adhams, etc.)
-, Adam, 27–9
-, John, 334
-, Robert (EB), 81, 149, 222, 226, 250

Addison (Adyson)
-, John, 16
-, Thomas, 228; pilot, 16

admirals, 403

admiralty, commissioners of, 359, 390, 398–9, 420, 431–3, 443, 445–6, 453, 457–9, 480, 499, 515; see also Bertie, Robert; Carleton, Dudley; Cook, John; Sackville, Edward; Weston, Richard; Windebank, Francis

admiralty, high court of, xiv, 148, 178, 252, 272, 434, 489–90
-, judge of, 207, 463; see also Caesar, Julius; Dun, Daniel; Martin, Henry; Treaver, Richard
-, marshal of, see Smith, Solomon
-, register and deputy register of, see Wyan, Thomas

admiralty, lieutenant of, 462

Adriatic Sea (Gulf of Taranto, Gulf of Venice), 9, 13

Affield, John, 84

Africa, North (Barbary), xv, 45–6, 111, 140, 158, 160, 173, 182, 185–6, 213, 415

'akall' (cable), 49

Aklenne, Walter, 475

Alberson, Nelles, 239

Alborow, —, lighthouse keeper, 326

Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 84, 237, 253, 269–70, 475

Aldermaine, Thomas, 475

Aldgate, Christopher, 235

Alexandre (Allexander)
-, Andrew, 475
-, William, 4

Alexandria, Egypt, 165

Algiers, North Africa, 148; consul at, 9; league with, 290; merchants at, 166; pirates of, 24, 148, 167, 198, 215, 267, 269, 411; prisoners at, 24, 166, 186, 202, 205, 216–19, 266–7, 269, 411, 444

Alicante, Spain, 160, 165, 168

Allen (Alyne)
-, John, 475
-, Phineas, 345–6
-, Richard, 9
-, Robert, 152

ambassadors, 422–3

America, 2, 6, 18–20, 25–6, 246, 519–20

Amsterdam, Holland, 278

Amys, —, 98

Anderson, William, 334

Andrewes
-, John, 228
-, Lancelot, bp of Ely, 68, 93
-, Samuel, 428
-, William, xiv, 12

Angell, Matthew, shipowner, 141; (? another), 253

Anholt, Denmark, 281

Anthony, John, 17

Appleby, William, 148

Archer, Thomas, 267

Arches (of Pellago), see Pelagos

Arcila, Morocco, 158, 160, 185

Arell, George, 253

army, English, 299

Arnold, John, 228; of Yarmouth, 475; (? another), 475

Arundel, earl of, see Howard, Thomas

Askettle, Henry, 475

Askew, Thomas, 248–50

assizes, justices of, 155

assurance, office of, 15

assurance policies, commissioners for, 14–15

Atkins, John, 334

attorney general, see Bacon, Francis; Bankes, John; Heath, Robert; Noy, William; Yelverton, Henry

Austen (Awstin)
-, Michael, 39
-, Thomas, master attendant, 421, 480

Aveiro, Portugal, 213

average, disputes about, 328–9, 428–9

Avon, river, 303

Ayamonte (High Monten), Spain, 195, 217, 269

Aylesbury, Thomas, kt, master of requests, 392, 469

Azores (The Islands), 28, 111, 140, 173

B

Babb
-, John, 484
-, Thomas, 484

Bacon
-, Francis, kt, lord Verulam (1618), later vise. St Albans, 68; attorney general, 93, 95, 109, 115; lord chancellor, 118, 229; lord keeper, 96, 109, 113–14
-, James, 484

Badiley (Baddyley, etc.)
-, John, 228, 253
-, Thomas, 334

Bagg, William, 475

Bailie, see Bayly

Baker
-, John, 484
-, Joseph, 484
-, Robert, 475; (? another), 475
-, William, 334

Ball, William, 228; shipmaster, 62–3

ballast, 276, 284, 299–300; see also Thames; Tyne

ballastage, office of, see Trinity House

Baltimore, Ireland, 444, 446

Baltimore, lord, see Calvert, George

Banbury, earl of, see Knollys, William

Bancroft, Richard, abp of Canterbury, 256

Bankes, John, kt, attorney general, 469–70

Bannister (Banister), Daniel (YB), 82; shipmaster, 159

Bantry, Ireland, 160

Barbary, see Africa, North

Barbor, John, 14

Bardnell, William, 253

Barefoote, Luke, of London, 5; 253

Barker
-, —, 484
-, Andrew (HTH), 163; 177
-, John, merchant of Bristol, 377; (? another), 409
-, Robert, 377

Barly, Thomas, 334

Barnard
-, Edward, see Barnett
-, Thomas (HTH), 344; of Hull, 475

Barnardi, Philip, merchant, 28–9; consul, 441–2

Barnes
-, John, of Ipswich, 84; 334
-, Nicholas, 484
-, Peter, 239
-, Richard, 84

Barnett, Edward, 487

Barret
-, Edward, lord Newburgh, 365, 455, 497, 511–12
-, Matthew, 228
-, William, 30

barricados, 189–90

Bartly, Edward, 278

Barton
-, John, 334
-, Richard, 84

Base, Thomas, 84

Basse, Humphrey, girdler, 4–5; commissioner of assurance policies, xviii, 14–15

Bath and Wells, bp of, see Laud, William

Batten
-, —, 262
-, Andrew, 484
-, Thomas, 267

Battle (Battell, etc.)
-, George, 475
-, Thomas, 228
-, William, of Woodbridge, 84; 334

Baxter
-, John, 475
-, Thomas, 484

Bayly (Bailie, Balye), Thomas, 84; (? others), 253, 334

beaconage and buoyage, ix, 86, 129, 170; see also Caister; Goldmer Gat; Gunfleet; Lowestoft; Norfolk; seamarks; Spitts; Stanford; Suffolk; Tees; Thames

Beale
-, Henry (YB), 82
-, John, 277

Beamont (Beomounte), Richard, of Stepney, 39; shipowner, 307

Beane, Edward, 426

Beast, see Best

Beck, William, 45, 112; (EB), 190, 195, 199, 205

Bedham, John, 253

Bedome (Beedom), John, of Wapping, 67; 253

Beetes, James, 475

Bell
-, —, shipowner, 33
-, John, 475
-, Robert (EB), thirty-four mentions, 201–520; 306; shipowner, 307; (? others), 14–15, 334

Belle Iie, France, 195

Bellingham, Henry, 142

Belt, The, Baltic Sea, 281

Benbricke, Joseph, 482

Bence
-, John, 228
-, Robert, 45, 228, 253; junior, 112
-, Squier, 228

Benin, see Nigeria

Bennett (Benet, etc.)
-, James, 45
-, John (YB), 82; 112; (EB), sixty-one mentions, 199–520; (? another, shipmaster), 426

Stephen, 168

Berkshire, 45

Bernard, Thomas, 84

Berry (Bery)
-, Edward, 330–1
-, John, 330

Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey, admiralty commissioner, 398–9, 432, 458; lord high chamberlain, 364, 455, 483, 512

Best (Beast, etc.)
-, Josias, son of Thomas, clerk of Trinity House, x, xvi, 413, ?500
-, Thomas (EB), one-hundred-and-thirtyfive mentions, 11–520; 253

Bigat (Bogate, Bygat, etc.)
-, John, 112
-, William (EB), twenty-four mentions, 3–437

Bigs, William, 186

Bilbao, Spain, 195, 447

Billet, Robert, 23

Binher, Bengebin, 239

Birkenhead, Matthew, 462

Birlingham, Richard, 12, 84

Biscay, Bay of, 111, 140, 195

Biscayans, 2

Bix, Richard, 67, 73

Bizerte, Tunisia, 9, 13

Blackman, Jeremy, 484

Blake
-, John, 112, 246; shipmaster, 484
-, Peter, 112

Blankenberge, Belgium, 249

Bledor, John, 475

Blith, —, shipmaster, 415

Blizard, Francis, 278

Blogd, Richard, 475

Blosse, Tobias, 235, 354

Blunt, Humphrey, 334

Blyth, Northumberland, 84, 161

Boate, Edward, 421, 438

Bodham, George, 228; shipmaster, 484

Bolton, Thomas, 84

Bond, Silvanus, 23

bonds, 4–5, 18, 20, 33, 36, 38, 49, 62, 149, 188, 464, 477, 479–80

Bonne, Jonas, 253

Bonner
-, Abraham, 253
-, John, 513

Bordeaux, France, 2, 163, 174, 498

Bornne (Bornny), Robert, 46, 151

Borrowstounness (Burrowstones), Scotland, 475

Bostock, Edmond, shipmaster, 195, 484; 334

Boston, Lincs, 237, 256–8

Botte, Thomas, 475

Boulle, Richard, 84

Bourne
-, John, of Whitechapel, 46; of Wapping, 67; 112
-, Robert, of Wapping, 67; shipwright, 157, 184

Bowden, John, 253

Bowe, William, 253

Bowell, Richard, 372

Bower
-, Henry, 376
-, Robert, 228; shipmaster, 484
-, William (EB), 156, 173–4, 215

Bowman, Christopher, 422

Bowmer, Edward, 334

Bowyer, Ninian, 253

Boyd, Andrew, 84, 87

Boyer, Richard, 216

Braadcoke, see Breadcake

Brackley, visc., see Egerton, Thomas

Bradshaw (Bradsha, etc.)
-, Nicholas, 228
-, Ralph, 45
-, Robert (EB), thirty-six mentions, 21–199

Brady, John, 278

Braye, Robert, 84

Breadcake (Braadcoke, Bredcake, etc.)
-, John (YB), 82
-, Thomas, shipmaster, 159; 228

Bregwell, Christopher, 475

Brewster, Francis, 434–5

Brian, Edward, 253

Briand, John, 307

Bridgewater, earl of, see Egerton, John

Bridlington, Yorks., 475

Brighouse, John (HTH), 135

Brightman, —, 176

Brighton, Sussex, 464

Bristol, 2–3, 202, 302–3, 327, 377, 428, 446

Bristol, earl of, see Digby, John

Broad, Reuben, shipmaster, 174; of London, 475

Broad Sound, Scilly, 225

Bromell, Isaac, 475

Bromwell, Zachary, 334

Brooke, lord, see Greville, Fulke

Brookes
-, Richard, kt, 495
-, William, and Dorothy, his wife, 515

Broomfield, Richard (YB), 82; 228

Browne
-, —, 461
-, Adam, 334
-, Charles (? recte Christopher), 434
-, Christopher (EB), 236, 269, 274, 362, 371, 373, 375, 378–9, 404, 416, 435, 446, 459, 472; (? another), 475
-, George, 228
-, Henry, 267
-, James, 334
-, John, founder of ordnance, 385
-, John, shipmaster and owner, and Joan, his wife, 216
-, Robert, 346
-, Thomas, 228; of Yarmouth, 475

Browninge, Matthew, 235

Bruce, Edward, lord Bruce, master of the rolls, ?14, 256

Brunsbüttel, Germany, 424

Brussels, Belgium, 249

Bryant, Joseph, 334

Bryher, Scilly, 225

Bucher, George, 401

Buckhurst, lord, see Sackville, Thomas

Buckingham, marquess and duke of, see Villiers, George

Buckinghamshire, 45

Bugbie, Timothy, 334

Bull
-, Henry, 479
-, Robert, 84
-, William, 13

Bullock, William, 388, 494

Bundocke, John, 228; shipmaster, 307

Bunn, William, 226, 251

buoyage, see beaconage and buoyage

Burch, William, 280

Burdett, Robert, 426

Burgesse, William, 262

Burghley, lord, see Cecil, William

Burrell (Burell)
-, —, (? William), 156
-, John, 334
-, John (? EB), 437
-, William, 304–5; ballaster, 233, 376, 425; navy commissioner, 189–92, 233, 302–303, 306, 407; shipwright, 143, 309; and Mary, his wife, 413

Burrowstones, see Borrowstounness

Burton, Edward, kt, 481–2

Burwood, George, 84

Busfeild, John, 45

Bushawe, Capt., a Turk, 422–3

Bushell, William, 112, 228, 500; (EB), nineteen mentions, 221–517; (? another), 334

Bushnell, John, and Anne, his wife, 197

Butt, Michael, 23

Buttolph, William, 358

Byam, William (EB), 5, 12, 29–35, 37–8

Bynder, John, 253

Byrkhead, John, 253

C

Caboern, John, 475

Cadiz, Spain, 153, 158, 185, 220

Cadman, Daniel, 228

Cadwell, —, 422

Caesar, Julius, kt, 68, 70, 93; admiralty court judge, 437; chancellor of the exchequer, 258; master of the rolls, 64, 72, 93, 365

Cage, William, 235

Caister, Norfolk, beacons, buoys, and lighthouses at, 85, 98, 172, 176–7, 258, 260, 262, 319, 325–6

Calais, France, 45, 239, 365

Caller, William, 475

Calliver (Cullyver), John, 249

Callmege, Stephen, 475

Calvert, George, kt, later lord Baltimore, 121

Cambay, India, 7

Cambell, James, later kt, 352

Camber, harbour, Sussex, 482

Canada, river of, see St Lawrence

Canary Islands, 28–9, 140, 238

Candeler, Richard, 15

Candy, see Crete

Canterbury, Kent, 45

Canterbury, abp of, see Abbot, George; Bancroft, Richard; Laud, William

Care, William (YB), 82

Carew, George, lord Carew, later earl of Totnes, 110

Carfild, Peter, 330

cargoes: butter, 226; candles, 185; cloth, 120, 182, 269, 425; coal, 1, 36–7, 50–3, 75–9, 87, 116, 122, 140, 147, 161–2, 200, 216, 224, 226, 242, 249, 255, 275, 284, 299, 300, 306, 334, 336, 350, 353, 370–3, 379, 455; corn, 249, 282, 422; currants, 422–3; fish, 33, 55–61, 270; see also fisheries; flax, 163; fuller's earth, 277; gold, 35; hogshead staves, 329; iron, 163; oil, 213; pilchards, 160, 185, 377; pipe staves, 185; pipes, 329; salmon, 447; salt, 213, 216, 219, 495; sugar, 377; tallow, 185; timber, 151; tin, 314; victuals, 269, 299, 300; wheat, 226, 249; wine, 21, 137, 163, 165, 174

Carleton, Dudley, visc. Dorchester, 365, 510, 512; admiralty commissioner, 398–9; secretary of state, 369, 390

Carlill, George (HTH), 135, 163

Carlisle, earl of, see Hay, James

Carnaby
-, John, of Aldeburgh, 84
-, John, of Ipswich, 12, 372
-, Nicholas, 253
-, Thomas, 253
-, Thomas, the younger, 253

Carr, Leonard, 177, 180

cartage, 519

Carter, James, 158, 185

Cary, Henry, visc. Falkland, 510–12

Case
-, Nathaniel, 484
-, William, 112, 246; (EB), sixty-five mentions, 172–520; (? another, EB), 437

Caseby, John, 278

Cason
-, —, 240
-, William, 475

Cassandra Gulf, see Toronaic Gulf

Casse, William, 253

Castlock, John, 249

Caston
-, —, 341
-, Robert, of Ipswich, 12; 334

Cecil
-, Edward, visc. Wimbledon, 455
-, Robert, earl of Salisbury, 256–7; lord treasurer, 258
-, Thomas, earl of Exeter, 70
-, William, lord Burghley (1605), earl of Exeter (1623), 313, 511–12
-, William, earl of Salisbury, 512

chaldron, definition of, xiv, 275, 336, 350

Chall, Thomas, 228

Challock, Kent, seamark at, 491

Chambers
-, Henry (HTH), 163, 344, 354; mayor of Hull, 344, 356–7
-, Robert, 21

Chamlet, Richard, 228

Champion, Zachary, 422

chancery, xiv, 14–15, 50, 52, 131, 320; register of, see Washington, Lawrence

Chandler, Edward, 151

Chaplin, John, shipmaster of Ipswich, xiv, 36–7; of Ipswich, 12; shipowner, 50

Chapman, Thomas, 475

Charles I, king, xvii, 304, 360, 382, 402, 455, 483; as prince of Wales, 374

Charlton, Andrew, 377

Chaser, John (DFL), 298

Chatham, Kent, 190, 214, 275, 330, 446, 452; dockyard at, 214

Chatham Hill, Kent, queen's house at, 214

Cheney, Thomas, 475

Chester, Cheshire, 314

Chester
-, James, 153
-, John, 112
-, Richard (EB), forty-eight mentions, 6–307; 253
-, Roger (? recte Richard), 100

Chevin, James, 475

Chichester, Sussex, 45

Chilbourne, —, 422

Chiston, John, 253

Church
-, Henry, 253
-, Josiah, 112
-, Stephen, 112

Cinque Ports, lord warden of, xii; see also Howard, Theophilus; Villiers, George
-, see also Dover, lodemanage court

Clarke
-, Edward, 334
-, George, of London, 334; shipmaster, 475
-, John, 253
-, Matthew, and Sara, his wife, 166
-, Thomas, 334
-, William, 80–3, 113–14
-, William (HTH), 163

Clarkson, George, 228, 306

Clarnly, Robert, 475

Claxon, George, 334

Claybrook, Leic., 54

Clayson
-, Cornellis, 240
-, John, 240

Clemens, Francis, 23

Cletcher, Thomas, 475

Clifford, George, earl of Cumberland, 153

cloth exports, 120

Clyatt, William, bailiff of Ipswich, 354

coal: farmers of impost on, 36; meter, 275; staple, 161–2; survey of, 84, 87, 94, 101, 133; trade, protection of, 284–5, 306, 323, 372–3, 379; see also cargoes

Coale, Anthony, 334

Coates, Robert, 84

Cobb (Cob, etc.)
-, John, 253
-, Thomas, of Stepney, 151; of Wapping, 278
-, William, 151

Coborne
-, John, 334
-, Robert, 277

Cocke
-, Samuel, 334
-, Thomas, 84
-, William (YB), 82; 112, 306; coastman, 147; shipowner, 307

cod (Newfoundland fish), 506–7, 509, 512

Coitmore (Coitman, Coytmor, etc.)
-, —, 138
-, Rowland (EB), forty-one mentions, 44–226; churchwarden, 46

Coke, see Cook

Colbye, Thomas, 84

Colchester, Essex, 277–9

Cole
-, —, shipmaster, 484
-, Anthony, 484
-, John, 475
-, Richard, 228
-, Thomas, 84

Coleraine, Ireland, 30

collectors of duties, 111, 172, 177, 256–8, 260, 283, 298, 335, 350, 383

Collingwood, Thomas, 334; (? same), 334

Comfort, John, 422

commander-in-chief, 361–2

condidge, see steerage

Constantinople, see Istanbul

consuls, xvi, 9, 375, 380–2, 400–2, 405, 441–2, 450

Conway, Edward, kt, later visc. Conway, secretary of state, 230

Cook (Coke, etc.)
-, —, of Lynn, 177
-, Edward, kt, lord chief justice, 70
-, Henry, and Mary, his wife, 97
-, John, kt, 313; admiralty commissioner, 432; navy commissioner, 189–90; secretary of state, 275, 301, 400, 405, 416–17, 425, 455, 481, 483, 497, 511–12, 516
-, Martin, son of Henry, 97
-, Richard, 235
-, Walter (YB), 82; 112; shipmaster, 159; (EB), xvii, ninety-one mentions, 172–520
-, William (EB), xvii, ?362, ?375, ?404, ?411, ?414–15, ?419, 421; master attendant, 421, 480
-, William (NTH), 345–6

Cooper (Couper, Cowper)
-, Benjamin, 325–6, 336–8; bailiff of Yarmouth, 358
-, Richard, 228
-, Roger, 334
-, William, 334

Copland, William, 475

Coppard, William, 307

'Copper church', Germany, 424

Coppin, Thomas, 334

Corbett, Roger, 268

Cordage, xvi, 142, 460

Cordall, John, treasurer of the Levant co., 292; 334

Cordett, John, 306

Corfu, Greece, 13

Cornellis, Jeremy, 84, 228

Cornwall, 314

Cornwall, duchy of, receiver general of, see Smith, Thomas

Corrall, John, 334

Cottington, Francis, lord Cottington, 481, 483, 494, 510–12; admiralty commissioner, 458

Cotton, Robert, kt, ix–x, xiii

courts, commissioners for king's, 397

Coussens, Robert, 253

Coventry, Thomas, kt, lord Coventry (1625), lord keeper, 236, 238, 247–8, 250, 279, 365–6, 368–9, 411–12, 427, 455, 481, 483, 494, 497, 510–14

Cowell, Simon, 15

Cowper, see Cooper

Cradle
-, —, 17
-, William, and Benedicta, his wife, xv, 39–40

Craford (Craiford)
-, George, 267
-, Patrick, 462
-, William, 228

Crages, James, 475

Cranfield, Lionel, kt, earl of Middlesex (1622), 130, 229; lord treasurer, 206–8

Cranley, Benjamin, 484

Crepen, Roger, 475

Crete (Candy), 137, 165, 509

Crewe, Randolph, kt, sergeant at law, 56, 61

Criske, William, 253

Croft, John, and Mary, his wife, 267–8

Crome, —, 343

Cromer, Norfolk, 237

Crosse, Edward, shipowner, 150–2, 307

Crosser, Humphrey, 17

Crow Sound, Scilly, 225

Crowe, Sackville, kt, navy treasurer, 299–300

Croxton (Croxson), Miles, xii, 324, 330–1, 363, 366–7

Cumberland, earl of, see Clifford, George

cupbearer to the king, see Howard, Edward

Curteene, William, kt, ?61, 450

Curtis
-, George, 482
-, John, 306; shipowner, 307

custom of the sea and merchants, 7, 15, 148, 428–30, 489

customs, 38, 61, 111, 120, 140, 147, 173, 179, 188, 223–4, 226, 255–8, 335, 350, 365, 383, 388, 434, 455, 462–4, 495, 506, 508–10, 519–20

Customs House, see London

Cutler, Samuel, 5

Cuvell, Matthew, 253

Cyprus, 165

D

Dagnam, John, 334

Dale, Richard, 334

Daling, James, 475

Dalton, Edward, coastman, 147; 306; shipowner, 307

Damarell (Dammarell), James, 228, 381

Daniell (Danyell)
-, John, 253
-, Richard, 253

Danvers, Henry, earl of Danby, 366

Danzig, see Gdansk

Darby, Nicholas, 267

Darns, John, 253

Dartmouth, Devonshire, 6, 18, 49, 211, 261, 506

Davie (Davye), Richard, of Woodbridge, 84; (? another), 334

Davis (Davies, etc.)
-, John, of Wapping, 278
-, John, shipmaster of Ratcliff, 62–3; 112; (EB), 201, 205, 211–12, 216–22, 225–6, 236–8, 251, 260–1; (? another, merchant and shipowner), 16
-, Thomas, 228, 306; shipowner, 307; shipmaster, 484

Davison
-, David, 460
-, Richard, 29

Dawson, William, 253

Daye, John, 9

Daynes, Marjorie, 50

dead men's shares, 294

Deal, Kent, 222, 283, 297–8, 476–7

Deane
-, John, 41
-, Richard, kt, lord mayor of London, 351

Dearsley, John, of Wapping, 67, 278; 151; shipowner, 426; shipwright, 280, 407–8, 438

Debest, Jacques, 61

debt, seamen's and shipowners', 12, 39, 46, 141, 153, 160, 226, 279

De Caen, ?Emery or Guillaume, 519

Dehoame, —, merchant, 61

Denmark, 444, 446; king of, 281, 424

Dennis (Dennys)
-, John (YB), 82; 228
-, Robert, 475
-, Thomas, 14

Denton, John, 475

Dickinson, Edward, 239

Dieppe, France, 365

Digby
-, John, kt, later earl of Bristol, 68; vice chamberlain, 93
-, Kenelm, kt, principal officer of the navy, 361–2, 466–7

Diggens (Digens, Dygens, etc.), Nicholas (EB), twenty-eight mentions, 3–197

Dinling, George, 475

Dobes, John, 475

Dobsonn, William (HTH), 163

Dodson, John, and Ann, his wife, 217

Dofyld, John, 253

Doggett, Thomas, 334

Don, see Dun

Donfeld, Edward, 475

Dorchester, visc., see Carleton, Dudley

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville, Edward; Sackville, Thomas

Dover, Kent, 168, 174, 475–80; castle, lieutenant of, see Hippesley, John; lodemanage court, xii, 283, 297–8, 383, 430, 446, 476–7, 499; 'Trinity House of', 283, 297–8, 477

Doves
-, Cobham, 253; (? another), 401
-, John, shipwright of Leith, 191; (? another), 228
-, Samuel, shipmaster, 159; 253, 306, 316–317; (EB), forty mentions, 204–517; (? another, of London), 334

Dowglas, William, 112

Downes
-, Anthony, 332
-, George, 484

Downham Bridge (Dunham Bridge), Suffolk, 449

Downing
-, Joshua, shipmaster, 148; (EB), 199, 202, 211–12, 214, 220, 236, 289, 322
-, William, 17

Downs, The, 149, 430, 477; king's, seamark at, 383

Drake
-, Francis, kt, 153
-, John, 253

Draper
-, Henry, 401
-, Robert, 334

Driver, Capt., 500

Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Yugoslavia, 13, 137

ducats, 114, 182, 199, 213, 238, 400, 442, 450

Duck, Robert, 475

Duckmanton, —, 422

Ducy, John, 421, 438

Duffe, John, 212

Dulsnea, Peter, 239

Dun (Don, etc.)
-, Christopher, 228; of Yarmouth, 475
-, Daniel, kt, admiralty court judge, 18–19, 64, 72, 85
-, Richard, 253
-, Thomas, 475

Dungeness, lighthouse at, xi, 123, 128, 181, 234, 388, 486, 488, 493–4

Dunham Bridge, see Downham Bridge

Dunkirk, France, 249; admiralty of, 272; privateers of, 182, 263, 269, 272, 285

Dunton, Stephen, 334

Dunwich, Suffolk, 73, 237, 434–5

Duppa (Dupper), Capt. James, 284–5, 372–3

Durham, bp of, see James, William; Neile, Richard

Dutch East India company, 204

Dygens (Dygons), see Diggens

Dyke, Henry, 450

Dykes, Stephen, 84

dysentery, 13

E

Each, Samuel, 112

Eaglefeild, John, 320

Earington, George (NTH), 346

earl marshal, see Howard, Thomas

Earle, Robert, of Stepney, 39; 253

Earnett, William, 334

East Country (East Countries, Eastland), now part of Germany, 39, 163, 173, 235, 335

East India company, 7–8, 22, 175, 203–4, 266, 314; governor of, see Smith, Thomas

East Indies, 7–8, 140

Easton, Capt. (Peter), a pirate, xv, 11, 45

Ebbson, John, 334

Edisbury, Ken[rick], surveyor of the navy, 420, 453–4, 466–7

Edmondes (Edmunds, etc.)
-, —, consul, 375
-, Clement, kt, 119
-, Michael (? EB), 437
-, Reynold, 249
-, Thomas, kt, 313; comptroller, 93; treasurer of the household, 455, 481, 483, 511–12

Edwards, David, 246

Eeles, William, 228

Egerton
-, John, earl of Bridgewater, 365, 455, 483, 512
-, Thomas, lord Ellesmere (1603), visc. Brackley (1616), lord chancellor, 11–12, 24, 27–31, 35, 39–40, 42–7, 50–4, 61, 68, 70, 75–9, 81–3, 113, 256, 258

Elan, Christopher, 278

Elbe, river, Germany, 424

Elbing (Melvin), Poland, 111, 140, 253

Eldred
-, —, merchant, 43
-, John, 334

Elizabeth I, queen, 41, 86, 123, 153, 294, 296, 310, 327, 359

Ellenger, Nicholas, 84

Ellesmere, lord, see Egerton, Thomas

Ellison
-, Edmund, 484
-, John, 484

Ellman, John, 228

Ellmint, Edward, 84

Elmer, —, 7

Elmnor, John, 306

Elmum, John, 334

Elsinore, Denmark, 281

Eltonhead
-, Edward, 413
-, Ralph, 413

Ely, bp of, see Andrewes, Lancelot

Emden, Germany, 36

Emmerson, John, 334

Engle, Roger, 475

English Channel, 261

Ensome, Robert, and Elizabeth, his wife, 238

Erith, Kent, 314, 376, 413

Errington, Martin, 228

Erskine
-, John, earl of Mar, 256
-, Thomas, earl of Kellie, 511
-, William, kt, xi, 109, 115–16, 119

Essex, 248

Evans, John, 84

Ewen (Ewins, etc.)
-, Robert, Grace, his wife, Roger, his brother, and Thomas, his son, 185
-, William (EB), twenty-nine mentions, 222–517; (? another, of London), 334

Ewers
-, John, 228
-, Philip, 277

exchange rates, 158, 213, 238

exchequer, chancellor of, see Caesar, Julius; Greville, Fulke; king's remembrancer in, 462, 464

Exeter, Devon, 508

Exeter, earl of, see Cecil, Thomas; Cecil, William

exploration, 23

F

Fagg, John, 481–2

Fairfield, Kent, 482

Falkland, visc., see Cary, Henry

Falkner, John, 14

Falmouth, Cornwall, 261

Fanner, Cyriack, 23

Farneden, Peter, 482

Faro (Pharrow), Portugal, 45, 216

Fassaker, John, 334

Faune, William, 475

Faversham, Kent, 248–9

Fayre, Richard, 334

Felgate, William, 328–9

Felton
-, Henry (1st bart.), and Dorothy, his wife, 515
-, Henry (2nd bart.), 515
-, John, 112

Fenn, Henry, 81, 83

Ferabosco, Alfonso, xii, 169, 233

Fernes, Richard, 484

Ferres, Thomas (HTH), 135, 344, 356

Finch, Emmanuel, 307

Finisterre, Cape (North Cape), Spain, 111, 140, 161, 185, 377

Fish
-, John, 475
-, Robert, 475

Fisher, Richard, 84; of Ipswich, 340, 353, 372–3

fisheries, 2–3, 12, 33, 179, 410, 434–5; export trade, xv, 55–61, 502–12; protection of, 237; see also West Country; whale fisheries; Yarmouth

Fisher-towne, see Old Town

Five Watering sewer, Sussex, 482

Flamborough Head, Yorks, 257

Flanders, 59, 111, 140, 207

Fleming
-, Den[zil], clerk of the acts, 304–5; principal officer of the navy, 420
-, Thomas, kt, king's bench judge, 19–20

Fletcher, Michael, and Thomasin, his wife, 246–7

Florence, duke of, see Tuscany

Floud, Griffen, 253

Flowers, —, shipmaster, 484

Flud, John, 112

Flushing, Zeeland, 261, 263, 301

Fogrivell, Signor, 137

forbidden goods, export of, 462–3

Ford (Foarde)
-, Henry, 84; shipmaster, 475
-, Thomas, 228

Forelands, North and South, 174, 480; lighthouses at, 472–4, 476–80

Forman, Francis, 253

Forth, Thomas, 475

fortifications, 2, 189–90, 225, 424

Foster
-, Robert, 481
-, William, 17

Fothergill, Christopher, 484

Fowey, Cornwall, 195

Fowler, John, 475

France, colonisation by, 2; English seamen in, 87; English ships used by, 495; king of, 22; merchants of, 159; money sent to, 120; pilotage in, 444; seamen of, 22, 66, 127, 182, 199, 239, 269–70; ships of, 182, 199, 269–70, 321, 365; stay of goods in, 263; voyages to and from, 45, 111, 140, 163, 173–4, 212, 249, 253, 263, 272, 299, 365; war with, 365, 477

Franckton, John, 112

Franelton, John, 253

Freeman
-, Nicholas, 84
-, Ralph, commissioner of assurance policies, 14–15; merchant, 179; alderman, 352
-, Ralph, kt, 233
-, Robert, 253

French
-, Hugh, 14
-, William, 14

Friesland, Netherlands, 111, 140

Frisby, Christopher (HTH), 163

Frissell, James, 148

Frobisher
-, Martin, kt, xviii, 123, 135
-, Peter, xviii, 123, 125, 128, 135

Fryer, John, 11

Fryth, Roger, 39

Fuller, Francis, 475

fuller's earth, 277, 462

G

Gakope, Richard, 475

Galant, Thomas, 84

Gardener
-, Edmond, junior, 112; shipmaster, 159
-, Edward, 228
-, Rev. R[ichard], 67

Gargardnall, John, 441

Garroway, Henry, kt, 352

Gaskein, Joel (HTH), 163

Gata, Cape, Spain, 24, 111, 140, 259, 415

Gataker, Rev. Thomas, 246

Gattes, Daniel, of London, 334; 381

Gayner, —, shipmaster, 484

Gdansk (Danzig), Poland, 111, 140, 253

Geare (Geer, Gere, etc.), Michael (EB), sixty-two mentions, 29–326

Genoa, Italy: consul at, 400–2, 405, 441–2; doge of, 402; English at, 400–1, 405, 441–2

Germany, xiv, 120; see also East Country

Germin (Jermyn), Thomas, kt, vice chamberlain, 455, 511–12

Geslyn, Thomas, 84

Gibbon (Gibbens, etc.), John, 228; shipowner, 307; shipowner and master, 315

Gibbs (Gibbes)
-, James, 475
-, John, 228
-, Thomas, 228; shipmaster, 484

Gibraltar, Strait of (Strait of Morocco; Straits), 21, 159, 165, 173, 415; see also Mediterranean

Gilbert, John, 368

Gilderser, Richard, 334

Gilford, see Guildford

Gluckstadt, Germany, 424

Gobson, John, 475

Goddard, Henry, 407, 421, 452

Godfrey
-, Edward, 152
-, Thomas, 152

Goeree, South Holland, 301

Gold, John, 253

Goldinge, Robert, 39

Goldmer Gat, Thames Estuary, buoy at, 332–4

Gollsound, John, 253

Gonston, see Gunstone

Goodlack, —, merchant, 35

Goodlad (Goodlard, etc.)
-, John (EB), 3
-, John (YB), 82; (? another), xv, 316–17, 484
-, Nathaniel, 484
-, Robert (YB), 82; 168
-, William (d.1613, EB), 3, 21, 29–30, 33; (? another, the elder, shipmaster), 32
-, William (c.1590–1640, EB), 238, 262, 315, 493; 228; shipowner, 307; (? another, of London), 334

Goodwin (Goodwyn), John, 282; master attendant, 407–8, 480; (? another), 228

Goodwin Sands, 480; South Sand Head, 182

Goonstone, see Gunstone

Goose, William, 228

Gore End, Kent, 406

Goslin, Wolston, 334

Goston, Francis, navy commissioner, 191–2

Gounston, see Gunstone

Grain, Isle of, Kent, 152, 155

grand mogul, 7

Grant (Graunt)
-, John, 112, 228; shipmaster, 484
-, Robert (YB), 82

Gravelines, France, 249

Graves (Greaves)
-, Jo., of Limehouse, 45
-, John, of Stepney, 151; shipwright, 280, 407–8, 421, 438, 452

Gravesend, Kent, 59, 149, 186, 483

Gray
-, Cuthbert, 50–3
-, James, 484

Greece, 422–3

Greene (Grene)
-, —, 306
-, Edmond, 334
-, Henry, 23
-, William, 228; of Wapping, 278; shipowner, 307

Greenhithe, Kent, xii, 330–1

Greenland, 111, 140, 168, 179, 335

Greenwich, Stephen, 475

Greenwood, —, collector of dues, 172

Greville (Gryvell), Fulke, kt, later lord Brooke, 159; chancellor of the exchequer, 93

Griffen, Thomas, 186

Griffith, George, 268

Grimble, John, 334

'Grimbsbyes Sound', Scilly, 225

Groome
-, Anthony, 475
-, Henry, 475

Grove
-, Edmond, 228; of London, 334; shipmaster, 484
-, William, 228

Guiana or Guinea, 39

guilders, 239–40

Guildford (Gilford), Henry, kt, 482

Guinea, 16, 111, 140, 173; see also Guiana

Guldeford level, Sussex, 482

Gulls, Channel of, 480; seamark for, 383

Gunfleet, Thames Estuary, buoy at, xiii, 332–58

Gunner, John, 334

Gunstone (Goonstone, Junston, etc.)
-, Benjamin, 253
-, Roger (EB), thirty-six mentions, 33–205; 253

Gunter, Edmund or William, 275–6

Gunwell, Peter, 475

Guye, John, 3

H

Hacker, William, 334

Hackwell
-, Robert, 484
-, Thomas, 307

Haildocke, George, 84

Hailhead, —, 418

Haines
-, Thomas, of Bristol, and Elizabeth, his wife, 202
-, Thomas, of Isle of Grain, 152

Haliwell, Thomas, 475

Hall
-, John, 306; shipmaster, 484; (? another), 441
-, Thomas, 334

Hamburg, Germany, 111, 140, 173, 177, 314, 335, 460

Hamilton, James, marquess, later duke of, Hamilton, 455, 483, 497

Hammand (Hamand), William, 84; of Ipswich, 372

Hammersly, Hugh, kt, 352

Hammon, Henry, and Thomas and William, his brothers, 186

Hampton Court, Middlesex, 252

Hancken (Hankyn, etc.)
-, Edward, 334
-, Henry (? EB), 437
-, Richard, 334
-, Roger, 253

Handly, Thomas, 422

harbours: decay and renovation, 48, 132, 221–2, 434–5, 481–2; pilotage in, 443–446; see also Thames; Tyne

Hard, Thomas, 67

Harden, John, and Samuel, his son, 331

Hare, William (EB), 3, 11–12, 16, 21, 81, 97, 113, 122, 132, 141, 165–6, 173, 183

Harecourt, Capt. Robert, 18–20

Harman, Robert, 334

Harper, John, 17

Harris (Harres, Harrys)
-, John, 253
-, Richard (YB), 82; 159; (? others), 13, 45, 253, 422–3
-, Samuel, 13
-, William, 9; (? another), 13

Harrison
-, —, 372–3
-, Brian, shipowner, 307; shipmaster, 484
-, Henry, 475
-, John, of Newcastle, 334, 475; (NTH), 346

Hart
-, Robert, 200
-, Thomas, 112
-, Timothy, 316–17

Harvye
-, John, 131
-, William, 253

Harwich, Essex, 59, 61, 84, 200–1, 237, 331, 334, 347–8, 350, 355, 475

Harwood, —, mayor of Poole, 411–12, 427

Hatch, George, 112; shipmaster, 215; (EB), 269, 387, 399, 404, 434, 446, 459, 481–2, 493, 500

Haviland (Havelland), Anthony, 307, 409

Hawker, [Henry], 491

Hawkeridge (Hockerage), Capt. William, 266, 443–6

Hawkes, John, 12

Hawkins
-, Charles (YB), 475
-, Thomas, 454

Hay, James, earl of Carlisle, 365, 483, 487

Hayles, William (YB), 82

Hayward, see Howard

Hazlewood, William, 334

headlands of England, 437

Heaman, John, 307

Heath, Robert, kt, 370–1, 417, 451; attorney general, 311–12, chief justice, 455

Heggell, Bartholomew, 253

Helmester, John (HTH), 135, 163

Hemings, John, 484

Hemmens, John, 228

hempcloth, 304

Henderson, Elias (Ellis), of London, 334; shipmaster, 409, 419

Henry VIII, king, ix, xii

Hepsley, see Hippesley

Herbert
-, John, kt, secretary of state, 258
-, Philip, earl of Pembroke, 410; lord chamberlain, 511
-, William, earl of Pembroke, 68, 313; lord chamberlain, 93; lord steward, 365
-, William, of Woodbridge, 84

Hercoy, Daniel, 475

herring fisheries, see Yarmouth

Hertfordshire, 45

Hide (Hyde), John, 228; shipowner, 307; of London, 334; (? another, merchant), 441

hides, 462

High Monten, see Ayamonte

Hill (Hilles, etc.)
-, Peter (EB), 8, 21, 30, 32, ?437; (? another, pilot), 301
-, Robert, of Yarmouth, 325–6; (? another, of Yarmouth), 475
-, Thomas, 4
-, William, 228

Hillyard, or Lydiard, H., 275

Hilson, Nicholas, merchant, 441; shipmaster, 484

Hippesley (Hepsley, Hisperley), John, kt, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 297–298

Hjelm (Holmes), Denmark, 281

Hockerage, see Hawkeridge

Hockett, Gervais (YB), 82; (EB), thirtyone mentions, 238–520; 246

Hodson, Nicholas, 253

Holborne
-, Roger (NTH), 346
-, Thomas (NTH), 346

Holgrave, Robert, 84

Holland, see Netherlands

Holland, earl of, see Rich, Henry

Holland
-, John, 253
-, Capt. Robert, 17–20

Holloway, Edward, 267

Hollworthy, ? Richard, 429

Holmes, see Hjelm

Holt, —, 306

Holyhead, Anglesey, 437

Hone, John, 112

Honiewood, Isaac, 401

Hooker, George, 187

Hooper, Richard, 228; (? another, of Deal), 222

Hope, George, 253

Horner, John, 475

Houghton, John, 278

Houlton, Henry, 307

'Hound's Sand' (unidentified), 32

household
-, comptroller of, see Edmondes, Thomas; Vane, Henry
-, treasurer of, see Edmondes, Thomas
-, vice chamberlain of, see Digby, John; Germin, Thomas; May, Humphrey

Howard (Haward, Hayward)
-, Charles, earl of Nottingham, 256; lord high admiral, 86, 93, 257–8
-, Edward, kt, 486; cupbearer to the king, xi, 388
-, Henry, earl of Northampton, lord privy seal, 256–8
-, Nicholas, 411
-, Richard, 267
-, Theophilus, earl of Suffolk, lord warden of the Cinque Ports, ?477, 499
-, Thomas, 153
-, Thomas, earl of Arundel, 68, 93, 376, 413; earl marshal, 365, 455, 483, 494, 497, 511–12
-, Thomas, earl of Suffolk, 256; lord chamberlain, 258; lord treasurer, 68–9

Howe, Robert, 14

Howland, John, 320

Hoxton, Reynold, 112

Hubbert, Giles, 334

Huchinson, Gerard, 334

Hudson
-, —, 306
-, Henry, the navigator, and John, his son, 23
-, John, of London, 334
-, Robert, 334
-, Seth (YB), 82

Hughes, Thomas, 484

Hull (Kingston upon Hull), Yorkshire, 163, 177, 180, 253, 258, 260, 334, 344, 350, 352, 357, 475; customs at, 256–7; mayor of, see Chambers, Henry and Preston, John; pilotage at, 446; Trinity House collector at, 177; Trinity House of, see Trinity House of Hull

Humber, river, 123, 135, 226; see also Ravenspur

Humble, George, 278

Hume, John, 475

Humphry, Anselm, 334

Hung Road, near Bristol, 303

Hunt
-, —, consul, 375
-, Robert, 84
-, Thomas (YB), 82

Hunter, Richard, 221

I

Iceland (Island, etc.), 33, 269–70

India, 7–8

Indian, John the, 17

inquisition, the, 114

insurance, 6, 519–20

Ipswich, Suffolk, xiv, 5, 12, 36–7, 84, 174, 235, 253, 275–6, 282, 314, 331, 334, 336–7, 339–41, 347, 350, 353–4, 372–3, 449, 475

Ireland, xv, 2; merchants of, 447–8; pilotage in, 444; plantation in, 30; protection of coast of, 302–3; voyages to and from, 30, 45, 158, 160, 185, 212, 447; wreck off, 11

Ireland
-, George, 253
-, George, junior, 253
-, James, 228; of Wapping, 278
-, Richard, 253

Isack (Isaac, etc.)
-, Nicholas, 253; (? another, shipmaster), 484
-, William, 80–3, 112–14; (? another), 271

Iskenderun (Scandarowne), Turkey, 159, 165

Islam, attempts to convert to, 45, 213, 238, 267

Islands, see Azores

Istanbul (Constantinople, Stambolo), Turkey, 422–3

Italy, 375, 377, 381, 400–1, 441–2, 509; English ships used by, 495; merchants of, 159; pilotage in, 446

Ivet, —, 23

Ivy (Ivey, Ivie, etc.), William (EB), thirtysix mentions, 22–437

J

Jackis, William, 216

Jacob, John, 253

James I, king, ix–x, xii, 169, 304–5, 359

James
-, Jonas, 306; of Woodbridge, 84; shipowner, 307; (EB), 371, 375, 379, 399, 404, 446, 459, 476; (? another, of London), 334
-, Samuel, 84
-, William, 334
-, William, bp of Durham, 93

janissaries, 148

Jansen, Clayse, 240

Jaye, John, 484

Jefferson, Martin (HTH), 135, 344, 356

Jenken, John, 228

Jenkins, William, 484

Jenyns, Richard, 253

Jermyn, see Germin

Jesson
-, Henry, 246
-, Randal, 13

Jesuits, order of, 114

Jews, 158

Jinkinge, Robert, 334

Joanes, see Jones

'Johns' (? Johnson), Michael, 45

Johnson
-, Abraham, 368
-, Bence, 381
-, Bowen, 240
-, Edward, 484
-, Henry, 334
-, Jacob, 239
-, John (HTH), 163; (? others), 228, 253
-, Lancelot, 413
-, Michael, see 'Johns'
-, Peter, 17
-, Thomas, of Stepney, 39; (YB), 82; 112, 253; shipmaster, 484
-, Tobias, 5

Jones (Joanes)
-, John, 484
-, William, 306; shipowner, 307; shipmaster, 409, 419
-, William (died c. 1612, EB), 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 16, 18, 22, ?437; 14–15

Jopkins, Edward, 46

Jordan (Jurdaine, Jurden)
-, —, 34
-, Edward, 67
-, William (EB), 3, 5–6, 10, 12, 16, 20–2, 30–1, 33, 35; 34

Joye, Josias, 334

Juell, Thomas, 84

Junston, see Gunstone

K

Kaile, Ro., 39

Kaliningrad, see Quinssborough

Kay, William, 475

Kayles, —, 149

Keale, Nicholas, 9

Keepus, John, 46

Kefallinia (Zephalonia), Greece, 509

Kellie, earl of, see Erskine, Thomas

Kelsey, see Kilnsea

Kempster, William, 265, 269–70

Kempton, Peter, 159

Kent, 45, 248, 464

kentledge, 276, 300

Kenton, Peter (YB), 82; 112

Kevell, Matthew (YB), 82

Keyte, William, 475

Khalkis (Negropont), Greece, 422

Kiddy, John, 475

Killigrewe, John, kt, xviii, 144

killow, a measure of corn, 422

Kilnsea (Kelsey), Yorks, lighthouse at, 123, 128, 135; see also Ravenspur

King
-, Henry, 16
-, Jo., 9
-, John (EB), 10, 21–2, 47, 100, 165; 334; (? another, shipowner), 131; (? another), 277
-, John, quartermaster, 23
-, John, shipmaster of Ipswich, 475
-, Thomas, 286–9

King Road, Bristol Channel, 303

king's bench, court of, xiv, 19–20, 43, 331, 363, 431

King's Downs, see Downs

Kinsale, Ireland, 158

Kirk
-, Capt. (? David, later kt), 519–20
-, Nicholas, 475

Kirwane, Patrick, 447–8

Kitchen (Kytchen, etc.)
-, —, of Bristol, 302
-, Robert (EB), forty mentions, 3–446; 253

Knall, Frank (YB), 475

Knight, William (YB), 82; shipmaster, 159; 228, 381

Knollys, William, lord Knollys (1603), earl of Banbury (1626), 64, 256, 258

Knott, Richard, 195

Knowles, —, 142

L

Labon, Ralph, 253

Lacken, —, 422

Lacye, John, 48

Lad, —, collector of dues, 172

Ladley, Arnold, 23

Lagit, Kep-i-, cape (Cape Lugo), Albania, 13

Lake, Thomas, kt, 68; secretary of state, 93, 109

Lambard, John, 253

Lambe
-, Abraham, 253
-, Edward, 422
-, Henry, 475

Lambert, John, 151

Lamden, George, 422

Lamia (Zetourn), Greece, 422

Lamplugh (Lamplewe), William, 388

Lancaster, James, kt, 362

landmarks, see seamarks

Lane, Thomas, 39

Langram, Rowland, of London, 334; shipmaster, 484

Laniere (Lanyer, Lyneere)
-, Clement, 413
-, Innocent, xii, 169, 232–3

Lanthorne, Thomas, 38

Lappegrund (Lapsand), Denmark, 281

Larryman, George, and Margery, his wife, 30

lastage, 126, 359, 363, 368, 431

Laud, William, abp of Canterbury, 455, 481, 483, 494, 497; bp of Bath and Wells, 313; bp of London, 366, 511–12

Laurlstond, John, 475

Laverick, Edward, of Ipswich, 84; 334

Lawrence, John, 249

Laws
-, George, 475
-, Richard, 39

Lawson (Lawsonne)
-, —, a widow, 131
-, Richard, 253
-, Thomas, 84

Layerd, Timothy, 253

Leafe, George, 475

Leather, 462

Lee, William, 334

Leete, Nicholas, 30

Leghorn, Italy, 375, 377, 380–2, 401

Legon, Philip, 422

Leigh, Essex, 127

Leith, Scotland, 191–2

Lellie, Ralph, 277

Lennox, duke of, see Stuart, James; Stuart, Ludovick

Leonard, Peter, 306, 501; shipowner, 307

Leske, William, 168

letters of marque, 286, 293, 295, 377

Levant, wines of, 21, 137

Levant company (Turkey company), 114, 292, 511; treasurer of, see Cordall, John

Levant Sea, see Mediterranean

Levar, Edward, 475

Lewes, Sussex, 464

Lewrence, Bartholomew, 383

lighterage, 519

lighthouses, ix, xi, 86, 96, 109, 115–19; see also Caister; Dungeness; Forelands; Kilnsea; Lizard; Lowestoft; Norfolk; Orfordness; Ravenspur; Stanford; Suffolk; Winterton

Ligorne casks (for salted herrings), 60

Lincoln, bp of, see Williams, John

Lindsey, earl of, see Bertie, Robert

Lingwood (Lyngwood), John (YB), 82; 112, 228

Linkes, John, 182–3

Lisbon, Portugal, 7, 35, 100, 182, 219

Lissant (Lyssant), George, 112, 228

Litchfield (Lytchfeild, etc.)
-, Robert, and Susan, his wife, 54
-, Thomas, Esther, his wife, and his son, 54

Littleton, Elizabeth, 268

Lizard, Cornwall, 195; lighthouse at, xviii, 144–6, 210–11

Lockett, William, 475

Logie, Peter, 475

London, 184, 479; aldermen of, xi, 94, 351–2, 393; bp of, see Laud, William; coal supplies for, xiv, 36, 50–3, 87, 116, 140, 161–2, 200, 284–5, 306, 336, 371–3, 379; collections for poor in churches of, 39, 45–6, 248; corporation of, xi, 349, 351–2, 468; customs of, 111, 140, 147, 167, 188, 258, 335, 350, 383, 388, 462; fires in, 156, 414; housing, 156, 414; lord mayor of, xiv, 94, 350–1, 379, 393; merchant adventurers of, 121–2; merchants of, 2–3, 6, 30, 57, 61, 137, 179, 186, 213, 272, 278, 286–9, 397, 399, 450, 513; ordnance shipped from, 462–4; payments at, 98; poor of, xiv–xv, 126–7, 492; port of, 211, 462, 483; prisons of, xv, 46, 153, 316, 406; seamen of, 6, 24, 30–1, 35, 39–40, 44–5, 62–3, 66–7, 80–3, 113–14, 126–7, 150–153, 166, 168, 182–3, 185, 195–7, 205, 216–20, 226, 238, 246–7, 251, 267–8, 272, 316–17, 480; sheriff's court of, 331; shipbuilding at, 157, 407–8, 420–1, 438–40, 452–4, 466–7; shipmasters of, 5, 9, 32, 35, 49, 66, 147–8, 158, 166, 168, 182–3, 185, 195–6, 205, 212, 216–19, 226, 238, 246, 251, 253, 265, 267–70, 306, 315–17, 334, 336, 352, 426, 475; shipowners of, 31, 46–7, 49, 97, 141, 147, 182–3, 185, 196, 212, 216, 226, 251, 253, 272, 306, 315, 334, 352, 393, 426, 480; ships of, 6, 9, 28–9, 49, 148, 158, 215, 220, 317, 321–2, 409, 415, 419, 426, 475; ships of, accidents to, 32; ships of, convoy of, 284–5, 306–7; ships of, dues on, 211, 332–58, 465, 519; ships of, losses of, 5, 11, 31, 35, 38, 45–6, 66, 73, 97, 100, 150–2, 158, 166, 168, 185–6, 195–7, 205, 212, 216–19, 226, 238, 246, 251, 269–70, 315, 422–3; ships of, register of, 462; shipwrights of, 157; trade of, xvi, 414; voyages to and from, 6, 15, 28, 36, 46, 49, 62–3, 114, 149, 161, 179, 193, 215, 217–18, 220, 226, 269, 272, 278, 306, 332–58, 399, 428, 430, 447, 483, see also Thames; watermen of, 393; woodmongers of, 373

London, places in or near
-, Blackwall, xii, 156, 314
-, Charterhouse, 361
-, Chelsea, 206, 208
-, Cornhill, 409
-, Customs House, 111, 140, 147, 179, 188, 258, 335, 350, 383, 388, 464
-, Deptford, 127; parish church of, x; shipbuilding at, 407–8, 420–1, 438–40, 453–4, 466; storekeeper at, see Wells, John; Trinity House at, ix–x; see also Trinity House of Deptford
-, Doctors' Commons, 178, 295
-, East India works, xii, 156
-, Fleet prison, 46
-, Gray's Inn, 470
-, Greenwich, 145, 376, 413, 455, 483
-, Hackney, 320
-, Hedgors' wharf, 157
-, Limehouse, 44–5, 127, 166, 182, 185, 197, 219, 414
-, London Bridge, 126, 129, 184; houses on, xii, 414
-, Marshalsea prison, xv, 316, 406
-, Mermaid (Mairemaide) Inn, Cornhill, 409
-, Mincing Lane, 453
-, Old Bailey, 331
-, Philpot Lane, 25, 189
-, Pool of London, xi, 414
-, Poplar, 24, 127, 196
-, Poultry Counter, xv, 153
-, Ratcliff, xv, 5, 30–1, 38–9, 49, 62–3, 75, 127, 150–1, 168, 186, 197, 217, 226, 238, 251, 267, 272, 274, 475; ballast wharf at, x; house of clerk of Trinity House at, 5, 38; Schoolhouse Lane, x; Trinity House at, x, 3, 52–4, 62–3, 77, 83, 85, 114, 122, 125, 137, 148, 157, 164–5, 184, 190, 192, 211, 237, 239–40, 284, 287, 289, 296, 399, 404, 410, 476, 499, 513–15, 517
-, Ratcliff Cross, x
-, Ratcliff fields, 464
-, Rose Tavern, 317
-, Rotherhithe, 127, 205, 246–7, 475; parson of, 246
-, Royal Exchange, 68, 490; Telling House at, xiv, 15
-, St Katherine's, 127, 195, 414; pool of, 485
-, St Magnus, Thames St, 272
-, 'St Maries' (unidentified), 212
-, St Mary Matfellon, 46
-, Shadwell, 191
-, Shipwrights' Hall, 453–4, 466
-, Smithfield, East, 464
-, Southwark, Battlebridge, 205; St Saviour's, 485, 501
-, Stepney (Stebanhith), x, 39, 150–1, 320
-, Stratford, 320
-, suburbs of, 162, 393
-, Tower, lieutenant of, 464
-, Tower Hill, x, 317; ordnance market at, 464; Trinity House at, x
-, Tower wharf, 168, 464
-, Wapping, xv, 46, 62, 67, 127, 141, 152–3, 157, 184, 205, 216–18, 277–8, 414, 460
-, Water Lane, x
-, Westminster, xviii, 14, 45, 201, 285, 360, 382, 402
-, Whitechapel, 46, 67; rector of, 67
-, Whitehall, 68, 130, 256, 258, 313, 364–5, 369, 394, 432, 445, 481, 492, 510–12
-, Woolwich, ballastage at, 331, 376, 413; shipbuilding at, 407–8, 420–1, 438–40, 453–4, 467
-, York House, 27, 42, 51, 76, 78

Longe
-, Richard, 377
-, Robert, 84

Loper, Joseph (DFL), 477

lord chamberlain of the household, see Herbert, Philip; Herbert, William; Howard, Thomas

lord chamberlain to the queen, see Sackville, Edward

lord chancellor, see Bacon, Francis; Egerton, Thomas

lord chief justice, see Cook, Edward; Heath, Robert

lord great chamberlain (lord chamberlain, lord high chamberlain), see Bertie, Robert; Vere, Henry de

lord high admiral (lord admiral), 178, 184, 188, 193, 199, 207, 359, 462–4, 487, 492; see also Howard, Charles; Villiers, George

lord keeper, see Bacon, Francis; Coventry, Thomas; Williams, John

lord privy seal, see Howard, Henry; Montagu, Henry

lord steward, see Herbert, William

lord treasurer, 396; see also Cecil, Robert; Cranfield, Lionel; Howard, Thomas; Montagu, Henry; Sackville, Thomas; Weston, Richard

Love, Thomas, kt (EB), 97, 131–2, 137, 139, 141, 148, 154, 157–60, 165–6, 198, 212, 229, 250; Capt., 215

Low Countries (Two Countries), 444

Lowe
-, Barnabas, 253
-, John, 228, 334; shipowner, 307; shipmaster, 484; (? another), 228
-, Robert, 334
-, Susan, 84
-, William, 84, 228

Lowestoft, Suffolk, 226, 258; buoys, beacons and lighthouses at, 172, 256–7, 319

Lübeck, Germany, 281, 460

Lucas
-, —, collector of dues, 172
-, Peter, 239

Lugo, Cape, see Lagit, Kep-i-

Lullton, Aden, 39

Lunne, Esther, 274

Lunt, Peter, 475

Lutcombe, Christopher, 422

Lydiard, see Hillyard

Lyell, James, 253

Lymbrey, John, 484

Lyme Regis, Dorset, 267

Lynch, Thomas, 447–8

Lyneere, see Laniere

Lynn, King's, Norfolk, 177, 180, 237, 253, 269, 475; customs at, 256–7; pilotage at, 446; Trinity House collector at, 177

M

Mace, William, 277

Madeira, 140

Madison, —, of Newcastle, 200

magistrates, 499

Maidstone, Kent, assizes, 155

Maillim, Henry, 253

Mainwaring (Manneringe, Manwaringe, etc.), Henry, kt (EB), 289, 362, 387, 517

Majorca, 165, 173

Malaga, Spain, 30, 158, 165, 182, 185, 415; wines of, 137, 165

Malbie (Malbey, etc.), Thomas (EB), 40–1, 47, 66, 79, 122, 139, 172–3, 177, 183, 190

Mallet, William, 112

malmsey, 21, 137

Malym, Richard, 112
-, Man
-, Diggory, 484
-, Edward, 5
-, Elizabeth, 5
-, John, 153

Manacle rocks, near Falmouth, 195

Manchester, earl of, see Montagu, Edward; Montagu, Henry

Manderstian, Seryes, 253

Mandeville, visc., see Montagu, Edward; Montagu, Henry

Manneringe, see Mainwaring

Manningtree, Essex, 475

Mansell (Mansfeld), Robert, kt, 186, 324

Manwaringe, see Mainwaring

Maplesden
-, Edward (EB), 221–2, 236, 249–50, 280–1, 395
-, 'William' (? Edward), 251

Mar, earl of, see Erskine, John

March
-, James, 46
-, Richard, 45

Margate (Norgate), Kent, 214, 476, 480, 499

Marison, Robert, 475

Marle, James, 475

Marsh, Peter, of Stepney, 151; of Wapping, 278

Martin (Marten, Martyn)
-, Henry, kt, admiralty court judge, xiii, 138, 175, 178, 203–4, 207, 272, 286–9, 295–6, 321–2, 328–9, 415, 426, 434, 485, 489–90
-, John, shipowner, 50–3; of London, 334; shipmaster of London, 484; (? another, of Ipswich), 12; (? another, gunner), 239
-, Roger, 406, 484
-, Thomas, 228, 306; of London, 334

Martrey, John, 475

Marychurch, Thomas, 253

Mason
-, Humphrey, 475
-, John, 228
-, Moses, and Elizabeth, his wife, 67

Masse, John, 334

Massola, Francisco, 400–2, 405, 441–2

Masters, Ambrose, 334

Matham, Peter, 253

Mathew (Mathues)
-, Bennet, 23
-, Peter, and Robert, his brother, 213
-, William, 112

Mavon, John, 475

May
-, Edward, 26; (? another), 84
-, 'Francis' (? Humphrey, kt), 313
-, George, 422
-, Humphrey, kt, ?313; vice chamberlain, 365

Mayde, Thomas, 334

Mayden, Peter, 334

Mayhew, Thomas, 462

Maynard
-, John, (EB), 81
-, Walter, 484

Mearett (Mearicke, etc.), see Merritt

Meautys, Thomas, later kt, 394, 457

Meddowes, Robert, 475

Medemblik, Holland, 240

medical care, 2, 39, 41, 168, 214, 220, 308

Mediterranean Sea (Levant Sea, Straits, Strait of Gibraltar or Morocco): extent of, 21, 137, 159, 165; pilotage in, 446; voyages to and from, 9, 13, 21, 24, 30, 41, 59, 67, 73, 111, 114, 137, 140, 159, 165–6, 168, 173, 182, 185–6, 196, 202, 259, 375, 377, 381–2, 400–1, 415, 422–3, 441–2, 450, 495, 509

Medway, river, 189–90, 335

Meeching (Michinge), Sussex, 464

Melcombe Regis, Dorset, 253

Meldrum (Meldrom, etc.), John, kt, xi, 181, 224, 472–4, 476, 480

Meller, Richard, 253

Mellowe, William, 228

Mells
-, Adam, 475
-, Robert, 475

Melvin, see Elbing

Melvin, Thomas, 215

merchant adventurers, see London; Newcastle

Merrell, Michael, 253

Merritt (Mearett, Mearicke, etc.)
-, Hugh (EB), x, thirty-five mentions, 3–174
-, Humphrey, 54
-, Robert, 46

Messina, Sicily, 114

Michinge, see Meeching

Micho, Matthew, and Jane, his wife, 205

Middelburg, Zeeland, 253, 263

Middlesex, 39, 45–6, 248

Middlesex, earl of, see Cranfield, Lionel

Milborn, Peter, 228

Milbrook, Cornwall, 186, 377

mildernix, 305

Miller (Myller)
-, John, 228
-, Robert, 112

Milles, Richard, mayor of Rye, 482

Milton (Mylton), Thomas (EB), twentynine mentions, 5–437

mines, copper and iron, 2; chalk, coal and lead, 331

Minorca, 165

Mirvyall, Michael, 45

Mitchell (Michell, Mychell)
-, David, shipmaster and owner of Ratcliff, 31
-, David, shipmaster of Scotland, 75–9
-, Thomas, 249

Mole, Capt., a Hollander, 415

Monson (Monsones), William, of Limehouse, 45; (? another), 153

Montagu
-, Edward, visc. Mandeville, earl of Manchester, 313
-, Henry, kt, visc, Mandeville (1620), earl of Manchester (1626), 313; lord privy seal, 364–6, 455, 461, 481, 483, 494, 511–12; lord treasurer, ?198; sergeant at law, 56, 61
-, Sidney, kt, 124, 364, 445

Montinge, Thomas, 228

Moore
-, Capt. (? John, EB), 149
-, Adam, 23
-, John (EB), 54, 62–3, 66, 137, 141, 154–7, 159–60, 165
-, John, of London, 334; shipmaster, 475

Mootham, John, 9

Morgan
-, Capt., 341
-, Edmund, of Ipswich, 12, 84, 372; shipowner, 307; 334

Morocco, Strait of, see Gibraltar; Mediterranean

Morrey, Robert, 17

Morris (Morice)
-, —, 422
-, John, shipowner, 307; of London, 334
-, Richard, 217–18

Motam (Mootam), Bernard, 228, 317

Mote, John, 228

Mothe, John, 39

Mott
-, —, 411
-, Robert (YB), 82; 112
-, William, of Whitechapel, 46; of Wapping, 67

Motter, Adrian, 23

Moulton, John, 334

Mower, Samuel, 32

Moyer (Mowyer)
-, James (EB), 221, 251, 279–81, 289, 294, 300, 332, 387, 399, 404, 446, 449, 452, 459, 493; 228, 381
-, Lawrence, 484

Muffett, John, 39

Mullett, George, 475

Munsey, — (? John, London merchant), 137, 165

Munt, William, 484

Murrey, Euphemia, 304–5

muscatel wine, 137

Muscovy, 173, 460

Mychenson, Thomas, 16

Myer, Jerricke, 239

N

Naples, Italy, 114

Narrow Seas, 222, 403

Nash, Thomas, 148

navy
-, ballast for, 299–300, 330–1
-, blockade by, 281
-, commissioners of, 139, 189–92, 237, 241–242, 281, 302–3, 307, 309–10, 330, 407, 439; see also Burrell, William; Cook, John; Goston, Francis; Osborne, John; Pett, Phineas; Smith, Thomas; Sutton, Richard; Wolstenholme, John
-, dockyard, see Chatham
-, expeditions of, 153, 199; see also pirates
-, guns for, 227, 385, 403, 516–19
-, masters attendant of, x, xvii, 420–1, 475–6, 480
-, officers, 294, 327
-, pilots for, 86, 301, 476, 480
-, principal officers of, 407–8, 420–1, 436, 438–40, 452–4, 466–7
-, seamen for, xiii, 199, 227, 403, 462–3, 518–19, 521–3; wages of, 239, 241–5, 517, 519–23
-, shipbuilding for, ix, xiii, 139, 143, 308–10, 407–8, 414, 420–1, 436, 438–40, 452–4, 460, 466–7, 516–17
-, ship hire for, xiii–xiv, 227, 239, 242, 244, 276, 280–1, 307, 313–14, 516–17, 519–523
-, ships of, 153, 199, 225, 372–3, 477, 491; purchase of, 191–2; see also ships
-, treasurer of, 299–300
-, victualling of, 227, 241, 516–17, 519–23
-, see also admiralty

Needes, Thomas (YB), 82; 112

Needham
-, 'Charles' (? Edmund), 395
-, Edmund or Edward, xii, 391, 393, 461

Negropont, see Khalkis

Neile, Richard, abp of York, 366, 455, 481, 483; bp of Durham, 313

Nelme
-, Thomas, 228; of London, 334
-, William, and Thomasin, his wife, 24

Netherlands (Holland, Seventeen Provinces), consul of, 450; cordage manufacture in, 460; English prisoners of, 175, 204; English seamen in, 87; merchants of, ?59; ordnance for ships of, 193–4, 206–8; pilotage in, 301, 444, 446; Sallee pirates winter in, 261; seamen of, 127, 175, 204, 240, 249, 415; ships of, 57, 163, 240, 272; voyages to and from, 111, 120, 140, 173, 260, 263, 278, 406

Nethersall, Robert, 441

New England, 2, 6, 18, 246

New Forest, 421

Newburgh, lord, see Barret, Edward

Newcastle upon Tyne, 70–1, 92, 162, 336–7, 345, 350, 370–1, 404, 475; coal owners of, 284; coal trade of, xiv, 1, 36, 50–3, 75–9, 85, 122, 140, 147, 161–2, 200, 216, 242, 255, 306, 334–6, 345, 370–1, 379, 455; coal trade of, survey of, 84; convoy of ships of, 242, 284–5, 306, 323, 379; court at, 50; customs at, 147, 256–8; hostmen of, 50, 455; levy on ships of, 48, 379; merchant adventurers of, 120–2; shipmasters of, 48, 253, 334, 350; shipowners of, 48, 50, 200, 253, 334, 350; ships of, 122, 216, 227, 242, 314, 475; trade of, 120–2; Trinity House of Deptford collector at, 177, 180; Trinity House of, see Trinity House of Newcastle; voyages to and from, 177, 221, 226, 249, 255–6, 258, 331, 515

Newe, Reynold, 441

Newes, see Newse

Newfoundland, 2–3, 182, 462; fish, see cod

Newgate, Christopher, 334

Newhaven, Sussex, 464

Newmarket, Suffolk, 198, 229, 392

Newport, Christopher (EB), 29, 31–3

Newse, (Newes), Roger, 16

Nicholas, Edward, kt, 515

Nicholas (Nickoles, Nicolles, etc.)
-, Edward, 112
-, Simon, 112
-, Thomas, 228; shipmaster, 484; (? another, gunner), 9–10

Nicholson, Thomas, 253

Niddock, John, 475

Nigeria (Benin), 111, 140

Nixe, Lawrence, 112

Noble, Robert, and Audrey, his wife, 205

Nonsuch, Surrey, 364

Norfolk (Norwood), 41, 224, 248, 251, 269; beacons, buoys and lighthouses, x–xi, 496–7; sheriff of, 496

Norgate, see Margate

Norris (Norice, Norreys, etc.)
-, —, of Wapping, xv, 153
-, Thomas (EB), 6, 8, 11, 21–2, 47, 98

North, Henry, 434–5

North Cape, see Finisterre, Cape

North coast
-, fishing boats of, 237
-, ships trading to, 123, 177, 180, 221, 255–6, 258, 260, 284–5, 372–3; masters and owners of, 48, 147, 334–6, 338, 344, 357

North Forelands, see Forelands

North Sea, 462

Northampton, earl of, see Howard, Henry

Northumberland, sheriff of, 93

Northwest Passage, 23

Norton, Anthony, 482

Norway, 12, 46, 111, 140, 177, 235, 335

Norwich, Norfolk, 248

Norwood, see Norfolk

Norwood, John, 228

Nottingham, earl of, see Howard, Charles

Nottingham, Richard, clerk of Trinity House, x, 5, 38

Nowell, John, 481–2

Noy, William, attorney general, 425, 431–2

Nunnes, —, 422

Nuton, William, 253

O

occupations: anvil maker, 138; armourer, 245; ballastman, 38; bargeman, 393; blacksmith, 186; boatswain, 16–17, 23, 197, 239–40, 245, 294, 403, 459, 518; boatswain's mate, 17, 245, 294; brewer, 5; buoy keeper, x, 172, 332, 336; captain, 7, 17–18, 153, 241, 245, 266, 293–4, 308, 310, 327, 362, 375, 380, 400, 403, 405, 415, 442, 462, 480, 518; carpenter, 17, 23, 220, 239–40, 245, 293–4, 403, 452, 459, 518; carpenter's mate, 245, 294; carver, 452; caulker, 452; clergyman, 67, 246, 308; cook, 17, 114, 139, 239–40, 245, 294, 403, 518; cook's mate, 17, 245, 403, 518; cooper, 17, 23, 294; coxswain, 245, 294; coxswain's mate, 245; customs waiter, 38; drummer, 241; drum and fife, 245; factor, 7, 28, 43, 447–8; fisherman, 155, 174, 225, 255, 260, 325, 393, 446, 482; girdler, 5; gromet, 245; gunmaker, 245; gunner, 7, 9–11, 16–17, 41, 190, 227, 239–40, 245, 294, 387, 403, 459, 518; gunner's mate, 16, 67, 239, 245; hostman, 50, 455; ironmonger, 262; joiner, 452; lieutenant, 308, 403, 518; lighthouse keeper, x, 172, 176, 325–6; master's mate, 16–17, 34, 195, 197, 216–17, 239, 241, 245, 272, 294, 308, 403, 459, 513, 518; mathematician, 23; merchant, xiv, 2–3, 5–6, 8–9, 15–16, 22, 28–30, 35, 42–3, 57, 61, 72, 137, 148, 160, 163, 166, 175, 179, 186, 188, 198, 213, 222, 229, 244, 253, 263, 268, 272, 276, 278, 281, 285–9, 328–9, 365, 372–3, 377–8, 381–2, 385, 388, 397, 399–401, 405–7, 425, 428, 441–2, 447–8, 450, 460, 462–4, 477, 481–2, 486–7, 489, 491, 510, 513; midshipman, 294; painter, 452; petty officer, 241; pilot, 16, 39, 116, 160, 178, 182, 215, 241, 245, 283, 297–8, 301, 312, 382, 430, 444, 446, 475–6, 480; purser, 182, 245, 418, 463; quarter gunner, 245; quarter gunner's mate, 245; quartermaster, 23, 241, 245, 294; quartermaster's mate, 245; ropemaker, 460; sailmaker, 436; scrivener, 4, 149; shipmaster, x–xi, xv, 5–6, 8–9, 12–13, 16–17, 23–4, 28–9, 31–3, 35–8, 41, 45–6, 48–9, 62–3, 66, 80–3, 85, 111–12, 114, 120, 123, 142, 147–8, 158–9, 161, 166, 168, 173–4, 178, 182, 185, 188, 195–6, 199, 200, 205–7, 211–13, 215–19, 226, 228–30, 235, 238, 241, 245–6, 249, 251–3, 255, 258, 263, 267, 269, 272, 277–9, 294, 301, 306, 308, 315, 327–9, 331, 334–5, 337–8, 344, 348, 350, 352–3, 358, 365, 375, 380, 399–401, 403, 405–6, 409, 415, 418, 426, 428, 442, 448, 459, 462–4, 475–7, 479–80, 484, 486–7, 489–90, 513, 518–19; shipowner, x–xi, xiv–xv, 5, 12, 14–16, 28, 31, 33, 42–3, 46, 48–50, 59–60, 67, 72–3, 75, 84, 87, 97, 111–12, 123, 131, 141–2, 147, 150–3, 161, 174–5, 182, 185, 188, 191, 193, 196, 200, 206–7, 209, 211–12, 216, 226, 228–30, 235, 239, 244, 249, 251–3, 255, 258, 266, 269–70, 272, 276–7, 286–9, 293, 306–7, 313, 315, 327, 334–5, 337–8, 344, 348, 350, 352–3, 358, 372, 377–8, 388, 393, 399, 405–6, 409, 425–6, 459, 462–4, 475, 477, 480, 486–7, 489, 495, 510; shipper, 207, 240, 329; ship's boy, 23, 34, 45, 174, 245, 399, 462; ship's officer, 241, 245, 293–4, 327, 519; shipwright, 157, 191, 219, 280, 309–10, 407–8, 438, 452–4; shipwright, king's or principal, 309, 414, 420–1, 466–7; shiffon, 245; skiffon's mate, 245; small arms man, 403, 518; soldier, 227, 519; solicitor, 81, 83; 'steerage and condidge', 403, 518; steersman, 240; steward, 17, 245, 294, 403, 518; steward's mate, 245, 403, 518; surgeon, 17, 23, 41, 168, 214, 220, 241, 245, 293–4, 403, 518; surgeon's mate, 245, 403, 518; swabber, 245; swabber's mate, 245; tailor, 186; trumpeter, 241, 245, 294, 403, 518; vintner, 5; waterman, 284, 393, 456–9; woodmonger, 373; yeoman, 245; yeoman of the powder room, 245; see also seamen

Old Town (Fisher-towne), Scilly, 225

Olyver
-, Francis, 253
-, John, 253
-, Peter, 253

Oporto (Port of Portingale), Portugal, 66, 205

ordnance, 227, 242, 275, 286–7, 293–4, 300, 306, 308, 310, 314, 379, 385–7, 464, 518–19
-, king's founder of, 385
-, master of, 188, 462–4; see also Vere, Horace
-, regulation of, ix, xiii, 187–8, 193–4, 206–9, 216, 252, 264, 272, 462–4, 483–4
-, types of, and accessories: bandoliers, 293; budge-barrels, 293; cannonperier, 403, 424; case-shot, 306, 387; culverin, 308, 403, 517; demi-cannon, 403, 424; demi-culverin, 308, 403, 517; drake, 242, 385–7; falcon, 403; fireball, 293; fire-pike, 293; fire-pot, 293; fowler, 308, 387, 403; grenade, 293; ladle, 293; lantern, 293; latten-case, 293; minion, 242, 403; murderer, 293, 308, 387; musket, 242, 284, 517; pistol, 293, port-piece, 403; rammer-head, 293; saker, 403, 424, 517; sheepskin, 293; sponge head, 293; trunk, 293

Ordnance office, 188

Oresund (The Sound), 177, 281

Orfordness, Suffolk, lighthouse at, 475

Organy, —, 422

Orwell, river, 61, 449

Orwell, —, 422

Osborne (Osbourne), John (EB), 5, 12, 21–2, 40–1, 47–8, 81, 83, 98, 122, 166, 183, 211, 225; 253; (? another, navy commissioner), 189–92

Otely, Richard, 84

Oxford, earl of, see Vere, Henry de

P

Pacey, —, 422

Packer ('Hacker'), John, clerk of the privy seal, 359

Page
-, —, shipmaster, 415
-, Henry, 228
-, Robert, 484

Paine (Payne)
-, Anthony, 84; of London, 334
-, Edward, 334
-, Henry, 152

Palinuro (Spartemint), Cape, Italy, 13

Paliuri, Greece, 422–3

Palmer
-, Anne, and Job, her son, 54
-, Daniel, 35
-, Henry, kt, navy comptroller, 453, 466–7

Palos, Cape (Cape Paule), Spain, 24

Parker
-, Capt., a pirate, 11
-, Robert, 17
-, Saphony, 334

Parkins (Perkins), 'Charles' (? Christopher, kt, master of requests), 145

parliament, xii, 170, 181, 264; petitions to, 175, 244, 331

Parr, —, 422

Parratt, —, 422

Parry, Thomas, kt, 70

Partridge, Robert, 475

Pascall, Ralph (DFL), 477

Pasckowe, Henry, 253

passport office, 462

patents, ix, xi–xiii, xviii, 2, 21, 84, 86–7, 95, 109, 115–16, 123–6, 128–30, 137, 142, 144–5, 147, 170, 181, 222, 224, 248, 304–5, 331, 359, 363, 368–9, 388, 393, 431, 444–6, 462, 472–6, 480, 486–7, 492, 495

Patrick, William, 475

Patteson, John, 112

Paule, Cape, see Palos, Cape

Paule, —, 479

Paull, John, 39

Paynter, Nicholas, 174

Peach
-, Edward, 334; of Ipswich, 372
-, Thomas, shipowner, 307; 334
-, William, 334

Peacock
-, James, of London, 84; (? another), 334
-, Thomas, 482

Peck, Henry, 482

Peerce, Michael, 23

Peet, Henry, 253

Peirson, William, 228

Peke, Matthew, 478

Pelagos (Arches of Pellago), Greece, 422–3

Pelcher, Henry, 475

Pelham (Pellam), Thomas, kt, 481

Pembroke, earl of, see Herbert, Philip; Herbert, William

Pensax, Francis, 4

Pereman, Jonas, 228

Perkins, see Parkins

Perston, Richard, 9

Pertivall, Anthony, 383

Peterson, James, 228, 306

petitions (to the king), 10, 86, 109, 115, 123–6, 128–30, 144–6, 161–2, 224, 229–30, 235, 330, 363–4, 368, 389–92, 405, 423, 444, 468–70, 473, 475–6, 480, 487

Pett
-, Peter, brother of Phineas, ? 151
-, Peter, of Deptford, nephew of Phineas, 407, 421, 438, 452, 467
-, Peter, son of Phineas, 407
-, Phineas, 309, 407, 452, 467; navy commissioner, 420

Pharrow, see Faro

Philpot, Gregory, 46

Picardy, France, 249

Pickis, Henry, 39

Piddinghoe, Sussex, 464

Piggott, John, 484

pikes, 293

pilchards, 506–7, 509–10, 512

pillage, 293–5

pilotage, ix–x, xii–xiii, 86, 178, 283, 297–8, 301, 311–312, 430, 443–6

Pinder (Pynder)
-, Peter, 38
-, Timothy, 46

Pinperton, Richard, 253

pirates and privateers, 11, 28, 31, 43, 45, 87, 141, 146, 182, 249, 263, 269, 272, 285

pirates, Turkish, xv, 9–10, 13, 24, 41, 45, 67, 73, 97, 148, 158, 160, 166, 168, 185–6, 195–7, 202, 205, 213, 215–19, 238, 246, 266–7, 269–70, 411, 422–3, 444, 446
-, expeditions against, xv, 110–12, 140, 167, 179, 186, 198, 228–30, 259, 290–2, 374, 498, 516–17, 521–3
-, prisoners of, xv, 9–10, 13, 24, 45, 67, 73–4, 97, 158, 160, 166, 185–6, 202, 205, 213, 215–19, 238, 246, 261, 266–7, 269–70, 411–12, 422–3, 444, 513–14; attempts to convert, xv, 45, 213, 238, 267
-, ship recaptured from, xv, 215

Pitcher, —, 422

Pitt, Arthur, 182

plantations, 2, 25–6, 30

Platt, John, 253

Plumley, John, 484

Plumpton, Richard, 112

Plymouth, Devon, xiv, 158, 161, 182, 211, 239, 246, 261, 377–8, 506, 508

Poland, 460

poldavis, 304–5

Ponent, 137

Ponnyett, (Ponnett), John, 332, 336

Poole, Dorset, 412, 427, 508, 513–14; mayor of, see Harwood, —

Poole, James, 168

poor, employment and relief of, 126–7, 304–5, 312, 331, 489, 492, 496–7

portage, 173

Porter, Capt. Thomas, 359–60, 368, 425, 431, 443–6, 487, 492

Portingale, Port of, see Oporto

Portland, Dorset, xv, 215

Portland, earl of, see Weston, Richard

Portsmouth, Hants, 216; master attendant at, 480

Portugal, 7, 35, 49, 66, 173, 195, 199, 205, 213, 216, 219, 267, 377

Poters, Thomas, 475

Pountis, John, 307

Powle, John, 49

Prastenborge, Joes, 39

Prator, Thomas, 186

Pratt
-, —, merchant, 35
-, Edward, 84

Preistwood, Richard, 334

Preston, John (HTH), 135, 163, 344; mayor of Hull, 135; (? another), 422

Prestonpans (Preston), Scotland, 213

Pricket, Abecocke, 23

Pringle (Prindle, Pringoll), John (DFL), 283, 298, ?383, 476–7, ?499

privy council, xi, xiii, xvi, 2–3, 18, 55–61, 64–5, 68–72, 84, 86, 88–96, 99, 101, 109–12, 115, 118–22, 133–4, 140, 142, 147, 159, 164, 167, 177, 179, 187–8, 193–4, 198, 203–4, 208–11, 223, 225, 229–31, 252, 255–61, 263, 284, 290–2, 313, 323, 333, 335–6, 338, 340, 345, 349–53, 356–8, 363, 365–7, 372–4, 391–3, 395, 407, 425, 434–5, 438, 449, 451, 455–6, 463–4, 467, 473, 481–3, 486, 488, 493–7, 499, 502–8, 510–12, 514; as commissioners for ecclesiastical causes, 397

privy seal, 359, 425, 431, 492; clerk of, see Packer, John

prizes, 240, 272, 286–9, 293, 314, 321–2, 377–8; shares in, 293–6, 314, 321–2, 327, 361–2, 377–8

proclamations, 61, 120, 244, 462–3

Providence Island, committee for, 418

Prussia, 460

Pulford, —, 377–8

Pulman, William, ?306; shipowner, 307

Punt
-, —, 418
-, Thomas, 484

Purbeck, Dorset, 411

Pye, Thomas (YB), 82

Q

quarries, stone, 331

Quass, Capt., 415

Quebec, Canada, 519

Queenborough, Kent, 61

Quinssborough, near Kaliningrad, USSR, 253

R

Raddell, William, 253

Ragusa, see Dubrovnik

Rainsborough (Rainborow, Rainsbury, etc.), William (EB), thirty-one mentions, 236–520

Rakes (Raykes, etc.)
-, Andrew (HTH), 135, 163
-, Robert (HTH), 135, 163, 344, 356

Ramsey, David, 391, 393

Rand (Rannd, Ranns, etc.)
-, Edward, pilot, 283, ?297, ?476; shipmaster, 475
-, William, pilot, 283, ?297, ?476; 112
-, ransoms, see seamen

Rassell, Richard, 228

Ravenspur, Yorkshire, lighthouse at, 123–125, 128, 135; see also Kilnsea

Rawledge (Rauledge, etc.), Nicholas, 66, 199, 214

Rawlen (Rawlyn, etc.)
-, Abraham, 253
-, Henry (EB), 79, 81, 114, 139, 155, 157, 159–60, 165–6, 174, 186, 195; 253

Raykes, see Rakes

Re´, Iˆle de, France, 299

Read, Morgan, 375, 380–2

Redgrave, John, 84

Redmer, Robert, 475

Redwood, Thomas, 253

Ree, Robert, 334

Reeve, Dr—, 430

Reickes, William; 228

Reinerson (Reynardson), Terrick, 328–9

Rensham, William, 272

requests, court of, xiv, 409, 419

Revet, John, 84

rials, 7, 158

Rich (Rych)
-, Henry, earl of Holland, 483
-, Robert, earl of Warwick, 314
-, Symon, 239

Richard, Stephen, 475

Richardson
-, Sergeant (? Thomas, later kt), 80
-, George, 475
-, Nicholas, 253

Rickaby, Thomas, 475

Rickes
-, John, 112
-, William (YB), 82; 253

Rickman (Ryckman), Robert (EB), fortyfour mentions, 3–186

Ricrast, James, of London, 334; pilot, 475

Ripley, Robert, 334

Rippon (Ripon), Robert, shipmaster, 9; of Aldeburgh, 475

Rivers
-, Henry, of London, 334; shipmaster, 475
-, William, 334

Roberts (Robarts, etc.)
-, —, 411
-, Edward, shipmaster, 185; 228
-, Nicholas, 475

Robins, John, 267

Robinson (Robynson)
-, Henry, 401
-, Hugh, 253

Roche, Patrick, 253

Rochelle, la, France, 212

Rochester, Kent, 127, 190, 335, 475

Roe, see Rowe

Rogers, —, anvil maker, 138

Rolfe, Edmond, 39

Rolleson, John, 475

Rome, Italy, 114

Rookes
-, George, 278
-, William, 475

Rouen, France, 365

Rowe (Roe)
-, Peter, 186
-, Richard, 401
-, Thomas, kt, 472
-, William, 377

Rowndkettle, Henry, 235–6

Rowse (Rous)
-, John, kt, 434–5
-, Thomas, kt, 435

Rudes
-, Nicholas, 73
-, William, 73–4

Russell
-, Daniel, 277; of London, 334
-, Nicholas, 100
-, Richard, 484
-, William, kt, 299–300, 302–5

Russia, 111, 140, 173, 335; see also Muscovy

Rye, Sussex, 160, 475, 481–2; mayor of, see Milles, Richard

Rypinge, Robert, 228

Ryser (Riser), Nicholas, 207

S

sackcloth, 304

Sackville (Sackvile, etc.)
-, Edward, earl of Dorset, 365–6, 455, 483, 510–11; lord chamberlain to the queen, 364; admiralty commissioner, 398–9, 432
-, John, kt (1597), lord Savile (1628), 284–5, 365
-, Thomas, kt, 481
-, Thomas, lord Buckhurst (1567), earl of Dorset (1604), lord treasurer, 253, 257

Sadlington, Richard, 84

Safan, Robert, 253

St Albans, visc., see Bacon, Francis

St Andrews, Scotland, 38

St Lawrence, river (river of Canada), 519

St Margaret at Cliffe, Kent, seamark at, 499

St Martins, Iˆle de Ré, France, 299

St Mary marshes, Sussex, 482

St Mary's Sound, Scilly, 225

Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme (St Valleries in Sun), 249

St Vincent, Cape (South Cape), Spain, 30, 160–1, 415

Sainthill, Robert, 401

Salisbury, Wilts, 169, 232–3

Salisbury, earl of, see Cecil, Robert; Cecil, William

Sallee, Morocco, xv, 45, 213, 238, 246, 261

Sallowes, Humphrey, 228

Salmon (Samon)
-, —, (? Robert, EB), 149
-, Nathaniel (YB), 82
-, Robert (EB), one-hundred-and-six mentions, 5–520; 253
-, Robert, shipowner, 307; junior, of London, 334

Salonica, Gulf of, Greece, 422

salt, xvi, 455, 495

salutes, 7, 415, 422, 483

Sames, Dr William, 272

Samson, Nicholas, 475

San Sebastian, Spain, 195

Sandwich, Kent, xi, 45, 253, 475–80

Santa Maria, Cape (Cape St Maries), Portugal, 199

Savile, lord, see Sackville, John

Sawyer, Edmund (? kt), 304–5

Sayaward, John, 475

Sayden, William, 253

Sayer, John, 112, 228; of London, 334

Sazan (Sufelane), Albania, 13

Scandarowne, see Iskenderun

Scarborough, Yorks, 48

Schiedam, South Holland, 240

Scilly Isles, 212, 225, 238; St Mary's castle, 225; see also Sylly

Scotland, 399, 444; mariners of, 34, 78, 215; shipmasters of, 38, 212–13, 334; shipowners of, 191, 334; ships of, 38, 163, 191–2, 212

Scott, Thomas, 513

Scurtes, Francis, 475

scurvy, 227

sea instruments, 182, 195, 197

seamarks and landmarks, x, 86, 88, 95, 99, 115–16, 129, 144–5, 170–1, 181, 224; see also beaconage; Challock; Gulls; Downs; lighthouses; St Margaret at Cliffe; Shotley; Yarmouth

seamen, capture of, 7–11, 13, 24, 30–1, 41, 45, 66–7, 73–4, 97, 153, 158, 160, 166, 175, 182, 185–6, 195, 199, 202, 204–5, 213–19, 238, 246–7, 249–50, 261, 265–70, 411–12, 422–3; death of, 12, 22–3, 29, 45–6, 100, 166, 174–5, 185, 196–7, 202, 422–3; desert, 114, 148; disorders among, xv, 16, 83, 114, 153, 316–17, 406, 418, 489–90; distressed, ix–x, xiv–xv, 11–12, 30–1, 36–7, 39–41, 44–7, 66–7, 126–7, 150–4, 168, 174, 182–3, 185, 195–7, 199, 212, 216, 218, 220, 226, 235–6, 248–51, 269–70, 277–9, 312; enter foreign service or become pirates, xiv, xv, 8–9, 87, 148, 182, 244, 253, 462–3; execution of, 153; faults of, 5–7, 16, 22–3, 32–4, 38, 43, 153, 315, 399, 418, 489; injured, 10–11, 166, 195, 199, 214, 218, 220; losses of, 10–12, 28, 31, 39, 45–6, 66, 151, 153, 158, 160, 166, 168, 182–3, 185, 195–7, 199, 202, 204, 212, 216, 218–19, 226, 235, 238, 246, 249, 251, 266–7, 269–70, 277–9; muster of, 463; ransom of, 9–10, 24, 67, 73–4, 97, 158, 160, 166, 186, 199, 202, 205, 213, 216–19, 238, 246, 249, 266–7, 269–70, 411–12, 422, 427, 513–14; register of, 462–3; unemployment of, 61, 87, 193, 253, 263, 365; wages and perquisites of, xiv–xv, 6–8, 14–20, 22, 27–9, 33–5, 42–3, 49, 75–83, 113–14, 148, 173, 175, 182, 203–4, 239–45, 317, 379, 399, 406, 418, 426, 516, 519, 521–3; see also occupations

Searles
-, Elizabeth, 84
-, William, 84

Seayres, John, 484

sergeants at law, see Crewe, Randolph; Montagu, Henry; Richardson, —

Seventeen Provinces, see Netherlands

Severne, John, 484

Shaner, Pont, 17

Shank, William, 475

Sharpe
-, Oliver, 475
-, Thomas (NTH), 346

Sharper, Cuthbert, 475

Shaw, William (YB), 82; 112

Sheppard
-, Edward, 334
-, William, 482

Sherman, Roger (YB), 82; 112, 228

Sherwyn
-, Thomas, 228
-, William, 205

Shields, North or South 284, 475; North, 475; South, 370–1, 404, 416–17, 455

Shilling, Andrew (EB), 34–5, 40–1, 53–4

Ship money, 496–7

ships
-, alien, xv, 55–61, 64, 120–2, 161, 163–4, 189–90, 253, 263, 311–12, 365, 444–6,
-, 502–12; ordnance for, xiii, 193–4, 206–209, 252, 264, 272
-, arrest of, 331
-, ballastage of, see ballastage; Thames; Tyne
-, building and repair of, ix, xiii, 75, 139, 143, 157, 191–2, 308–10, 407–9, 414, 419–21, 438–40, 452–4, 466–7; cost of, 34, 409, 419, 452; materials for, xvi, 2, 304–5, 414, 421, 436, 454, 460, 466–7, 485
-, burning of, xii, 315, 422–3, 477, 489
-, cambering of, 139
-, capture and pillage of, 7–9, 11, 13, 22, 24, 28, 30–1, 41, 45, 66, 73, 97, 141, 153, 158, 160, 166, 168, 175, 182, 185–6, 195, 199, 205, 213, 215–19, 238, 246, 249, 266–7, 269–70, 272, 286–9, 294–5, 308, 310, 321–2, 377
-, careening and graving of, 302–3
-, charter parties for, 16, 28, 43, 286–9, 378, 399, 447
-, collisions of, 5, 32
-, convoy of, xiv, 237, 284–5, 306, 323, 372–3, 379
-, damage to, xiv, 32–4, 36, 38, 182, 185, 226, 328–9, 377, 428–9, 485
-, employment by aliens, 495
-, fights of, 166, 196–7, 202, 205, 422–3; decline to fight, 7, 13, 415
-, freight and accounts for, xiv, 61, 64–5, 68–9, 72, 122, 200–1, 239, 242, 244, 286–9, 379, 399, 489, 495, 517, 519, 521–3; disputes about, 14–15, 43, 49–53, 377–8, 401, 409, 419, 447–8
-, heating pitch aboard, 489
-, insurance of, 519–20
-, levies on, x–xi, xv–xvi, 48, 84–5, 87, 110–12, 116, 123, 128, 140, 144, 147, 161–2, 177, 179–81, 198, 211, 224, 228–30, 234, 242, 255–60, 284, 290–2, 306, 311–12, 334–58, 372, 375, 379, 388, 400, 430, 442, 444, 450, 462–5, 475–80, 486, 488, 493–4, 498
-, loss of, 5, 7–8, 11–12, 22, 31, 35, 38–9, 46, 100, 123, 141, 144, 150–2, 168, 174, 195–7, 202, 212, 216, 218, 226, 235, 249, 251, 256, 269–70, 277–9, 315, 331, 422–3, 475, 480
-, measurement and design of, xv, 139, 143, 191–2, 272, 275–6, 280, 282, 308–10, 407–8, 414, 420–1, 438, 440, 452–4, 466–7, 517
-, mooring of, 439, 485
-, ordnance for, see ordnance
-, parts of: anchor, 33–4, 182, 190, 222, 294, 399, 430, 485; beam, 275, 407, 421, 438, 467; bend, 407; bilge, 275, 453–4; bitts, 518; boarded cabin, 308; bonnet, 294; bowline, 139; bows, 192, 407; bowsprit, 32, 139; breadroom, 315; breasthooks, 407; bulkhead, 466–7; cable, 33–4, 38, 49, 182, 190, 222, 294, 308, 393, 399, 430, 439, 485, 518; chase port, 308, 518; cooks room, 139, 466–7; cordage, 38, 142, 460, 485; deck, 420–1; false post, 407; floor, 139, 275–6, 300, 302–3, 454; floor-rider, 407; footwaling clamp, 407; forecastle, 139, 308, 310, 387, 452, 518; forefoot, 280; fore hallyard, 139; foreign colours, 293; foretopsail, 294; freeze, 452; gallery, 190, 308, 310; grapnel, 293; gundeck, 407–8, 438, 452–3, 466–7; gunner's room, 518; gunner's store, 293; gunroom, 438; gunwale, 452; half-deck, 518; hanging cabin, 308; heads, 190; hold, 139, 192, 272, 275–6, 308, 310; jeer, 139; keel, 280, 303, 407, 421, 438, 454, 467; knee, 407, 438, 467; maintop, 12; maintopsail, 294; mast, 190, 272, 308, 399, 518; middleband, 407; middledeck, 407, 452; mizen, 294, 452; oar, 293; orlop, 139, 143, 192, 275, 308, 310, 403, 408, 421, 453–4, 467; poop, 387; port, 143, 275, 302, 308, 310, 387, 408, 421, 438, 452–4, 466–7; powder room, 245, 518; quarter, 192; quarterdeck, 407, 452; riding bitts, 518; roundhouse, 308, 452; sail, 227, 293, 305, 399, 436; scarfing, 421; scarf rider, 438, 467; shoal deck, 275; spiket wale, 452; sprit sail, 294; stanchion, 308; standers, 407; stern, 407, 454; sternpost, 454; store-room, 466–7; tackle, 182, 195, 286; tacks, 139; topgallantsail', 294; transom, 407; upper deck, 452; upper works, 452, 454; waist, 308, 452, 518; waistcloth, 308; wale, 275, 407, 452; yard, 227, 241, 399
-, passengers in, 6, 144, 182, 418, 462
-, salvage of, 5, 11, 35, 38
-, theft of, xv, 153, 399
-, types: barge, 485; bark, 195, 249, 256, 269–70, 365, 482; caravel, 377; collier, 36, 50, 75, 87, 140, 147, 200, 242, 275–6, 284–5, 306, 371, 404, 492; crayer, 221; fishing boat, 12; flyboat, 314; frigate, 7, 249; galley, 9–10, 13, 24, 66, 153, 199, 216, 422–3; hoy, 151–2, 256, 277–8, 312; keel, 455; lighter, 38, 393, 425, 489; lighthorseman, 485; pink, 312; pinnace, 7–8, 17, 415, 520; shallop, 293; skiff, 245; sloop, 249; wherry, 190, 485
-, unemployment of, 59, 61, 72, 87, 120–2, 132, 161–3, 253, 263, 365, 495
-, victuals for, 6, 8, 28, 33, 36, 49, 139, 227, 241–2, 244, 269, 293, 299, 308, 322, 379, 399, 418, 516–17, 519–23; beer, 227, 371; cider, 227; vinegar, 227; wine, 227

ships (named), Abigall, 314; Abigall of Southampton, 16; Abraham, 314; Adventure†, 301, 403; Adventure of Ipswich, 275–6, 282; Amity of Woodbridge (? 2 ships), 275, 475; Angel of London, 212; Ann (2 ships), 314; Ann of Faversham, 249; Ann (Anne) of London (? 2 ships), 35, 475; Ann and Ann of London, 475; Ann and Samuel, 475; Ann Royal†, 403; Ann Speedwell, 314; Antelope†, 302–3, 403; Appletree of London, 475; Ascention, 7–8; Assurance, 314; Assurance†, 403; Assurance of London, 220; Barbara of London, xv, 215; Blandina, 46; Blessing (? 2 ships), 30, 314; Blew Dove, 314; Blossome, 475; Bonadventure†, 403; Bull, 149; Camelion, 314; Centurion (? 2 ships), 415,475; Charity (? 2 ships), 41, 314; Charity of Portsmouth, 216; Charles†, 403, 407–8; Charles, an East Indiaman, 314; Charles of Faversham, 249; Christian Mary, 235; Constant Mary, 314; Constant Reformation†, 143, 403; Content, 12; Content of Ipswich, 475; Content of London, 195; Convert, 314; Convertine†, 403; Defiance†, 403; Delight, 415; Delight of London, 196–7; Desire of Ipswich, 314; Dolphin of Newcastle, 475; Dorcas, 415; Dorcas of London, 9; Dragon, 314; Dragon of London, 218; Drednought†, 403; Elizabeth (? 3 ships), 182, 314, 475; Elizabeth and Joseph, 81; Elizabeth and Maudlyn, 314; Elizabeth Jonas†, 199, 214; Ellen and John of London, 6; Elsabeth of Dover, 168; Elsabeth Consort of London, 148; Endeavor, 314; Endevor of Aldeburgh, 475; Ensurance of Harwich, 475; Exchange, 314; Exchange of Harwich, 475; Expedition, 314; Faith, 314; Faulcon of London, 195; Feather, 199; Feather of London, 66; Felix, 182; Flying Drake of 'Lyme', 267–8; Fortune (later Mary and Barbara of London), 272; Fortune of Stavoren, 328; Francis, 314; Frindship, 31; Garland (Guardland)†, 153, 403; George, 314; George of Woodbridge, 475; Gift of God of London (? 2 ships), 11, 31; Gift of God of St Andrews, 38; God keepe of London, 216; Goodwill of London, 45; Grace of London, 426; Greate James, 314; Greate Neptune, 314; Greenwich of Ipswich, 475; Greyhound, 33–4; Greyhownde of London, 28–9; Guift, 182; Happy Entrance†, 143, 403; Hector, an East Indiaman, 7–8; Hector, 314; (? same), 422–3; Henrietta Maria†, 407–8; Hermet of London (? 2 ships), 32, 205; Hermitt of Woodbridge (? 2 ships), 275, 475; Hope (2 ships), 199, 314; Hope for Grace of 'Preston', 213; Hopewell, 277; (? another), 314; (another), 314; Hopewell of Faversham, 249; Hopewell of London, 49; Hopewell of Rye, 160; Increase, 314; Jacob of Bristol, 202; James†, 420–1, 438, 440; John, 278; John of London, 46; (another), 158, 185; John and Barbary of Ipswich, 475; John and Dorothy of London, 475; John and Francis, 314; John and Fraunces of London, 195; Jonas, an East Indiaman, 314; Jonas, 314; Jonas of Lynn, 475; Jonas of Newcastle, 216; Josias, 314; Josua of London, 148; Lemmon, 314; Leopard†, 453–4, 466–7; Lilly of London, 475; Lionell of Harwich, 200; Litle David, 475; Litle James of London, 246; Litle Neptune, 314; London, an East Indiaman, 314; Long and Costly of Ipswich, 174; Long Robert of London (? 3 ships), 67, 73, 186; Luffuld Mary of Ipswich, 475; Lyon†, 153, 308, 310, 403; Lyones, 314; Makeshift†, 199; Margarett and James of London, 415; Marigould of London, 415; Mary (? 2 ships) 314, 406; Mary of London, 475; Maryan of Ipswich, 36–7; Mary and Barbara of London (formerly the Fortune), 272; Mary and John of London, 409, 419; Mary Anne, 42–3; Mary Ann of Ipswich, 475; Mary Anne Blanche, 182; Marye and John of Sandwich, 45; Mary Constant of London, 97; Mary Margaret of London, 168; Mary Rose†, 403; Mathew, 314; Mathew (Mathue) of London (? 2 ships), 9, 475; Mathew and Judeth, 216; Mayflower of Leith, 191–2; Merchant Bonaventure (2 ships), 314; Merchant Bonadventure of 'Milbroke', 377; Merhonor†, 403; Milkenap, 153; Nathan of Ipswich, 475; Neptune (? 2 ships), 314, 475; Neptune of Bridlington, 475; Neptune of Chester, 314; Nightingall of Schiedam, 240; Nonsuch†, 403; Paragon, 314; Patience of London, 226; Patient Adventure, 314; Pationesses of Shields, 475; Patron Reall, 422; Paule of London, 269; Pearle of London, 218; Peter of London, 45; Peter and Andrew, 314; Peter Bonaventure of London, 475; Pilgrim, 314; Plaine John, 314; Presela and Thomasin of London, 475; Prince Royall†, 403; Protection, 475; Providence of Bristol, 428; Providence of London, 5; Prudence of London, 475; Rainbowe†, 403; Rebecca of Newcastle, 475; Recoverie, 314; Recovery of Ipswich, 475; Reformation, 314; Releefe of Ipswich, 475; Renee, 321; Repulse†, 403; Resolution, 314; Revenge†, 310; Robert and Ellen of London, 475; Rose, 269; Rosemary, 475; Royal Exchange, 415; St. Andrew†, 302–3, 403; St. Andrew of Calais, 239; St Claude†, 403; St Claude of Calais, 239; St Dyonis (St Denis)†, 403; St George†, 403; St George of Calais, 239; St Peter, 314; Samuell of London (2 ships), 217–18, 315; Sara of Newcastle, 314; Sara Jone, 9; Sea Adventure of Ipswich, 5; Seaflower, 314; Seaflower of London, 100; Seahorse, 314; Speedwell (2 ships), 270, 314; Susan (2 ships), 277, 314; Susan of London (2 ships), 166, 219; Susan and Ellyn, 314; Swallow†, 453–4, 466–7; Swiftsuer†, 403; Talbott of London (? 2 ships), 317, 475; Thomas of Faversham, 249; Thomas of London, 185; Thomas and Francis, 75; Thomas and John, 182; Treasure of London, 32; Triumph†, 403; Unicorn†, 420–1, 438, 440, 452; Unicorne, 314; Unicorne of Aldeburgh, 475; Unicorne of London, 238; Union, 8, 22; Unitie, 182; Unity of Manningtree, 475; Vanguard†, 403; Victory†, 153, 403; Wastspight (Warspite)†, 403; White Bear†, 403; White Dove of Medemblik, 240; White Lyon of London, 475; Will and Raphe of London, 168; William, 314; William of London (2 ships), 226; William of Newcastle, 475; William and Francis of London, 475; William and John of London (? 2 ships), 293, 321–2; William and Ralph of London, 423; William and Thomas of London, 251; William and Thomasin, 314; Willinge Minde of Topsham, 321–2

Shoreham, New and Old, Sussex, 464

Short
-, Henry, 219–20; Sara, his wife, 219
-, Thomas, 213

Shotboulte, Ralph, 9

Shotley, Suffolk, seamark at, 515

Shreele, Thomas, 482

Shrive
-, James, 475
-, Thomas, 334

Sicily, 114; viceroy of, 450

Sicklemore, Matthew, 16

Silvester, Thomas, shipowner of Ipswich, 4–5; 334

Simmber, Thomas, 401

Sims (Syms)
-, Nicholas, 23
-, William (EB), 3

Sitley, John, 39

Skaw, Denmark, 281

Skinner (Skynner)
-, John (EB), 5, 81, 155, 437
-, Nicholas, 475
-, Richard, 475
-, Thomas, 334

Slany (Slaines, etc.)
-, Humphrey, 286–9
-, John, 3

Small, Andrew, 151

Smith (Smyth, etc.)
-, —, shipmaster, 484
-, Abraham, 16
-, Austin, 246
-, John, 484; (?another), 484
-, Robert, 475
-, Solomon, admiralty court marshal, 316
-, Thomas, customs officer, 38
-, Thomas, kt, East India co. governor, 7–8; navy commissioner, 189–92; Virginia co. treasurer, 25–6
-, Thomas, receiver general of the duchy of Cornwall, ballaster, xii, 468–70, 487, 492
-, Thomas (YB), 82
-, William, 228; of London, 334; (?another), 228
-, William, of the St Andrew, 239
-, William, of Yarmouth, 475

Smith's Sound, Scilly, 225

Smorthwaite, William (HTH), 135, 163, 344

Snellinge, Ro., 235

soap-ashes, 2

Somerset, Edward, earl of Worcester, 110, 256–8

Sommers, John, 334

Sommersfeild, —, 260

Soprain, John Francisco, 28–9

Sound, The, see Oresund

Souter Point, Durham, 437

South Cape, see St Vincent, Cape

South Foreland, see Forelands

Southampton, Hants, 16, 21, 508

Southern, John, 421, 438

Southwold, Suffolk, 132, 237, 434–5

Spaight, Thomas, 422

Spain, 2; adelantado of, 199, 214; admiral of, 30; English seamen employed in, 87; expeditions against, 153, 199; galleys of, 153, 199, 216; general of galleys of, 214; ordnance exports to, 264; pilotage in, 444, 446; piracy off, 11; prisoners of, 30, 66, 153, 199, 214, 216; voyages to and from, 30, 63, 111, 137, 140, 158, 160, 165–6, 173, 182, 185, 193, 195, 215–18, 220, 269, 281, 415, 447, 509–10; wines of, 137

Spanish company, 510

Sparke, Matthew, 152

Sparrow
-, John, 200
-, Robert, 235

Spartivento (Spartemint), Cape, Italy, 13

Spitts, Channel of, Thames Estuary, buoyage of, 334–5, 352, 355

Spycer, —, of London, 479

Squire, William, 43

Staff, Philip, 23

Stafford, John, 228

Stambolo, see Istanbul

Stanford, William, 475

Stanford (Stamport) Channel, 226; beacons, buoys and lighthouses at, 98, 172, 176–7, 180, 258, 260

Stanherd, Robert, 422

Stanhope, John, lord Stanhope, 110, 257

Staper
-, —, merchant, 43
-, Hewet, 9

star chamber, 330–1, 366, 434

Startout, William, 112

Startup, John, 112

statutes, ix–x, xiii–xiv, 21, 56, 61, 86, 95, 109, 115, 137, 142, 170–1, 181, 224, 320, 384, 462, 471

Stavoren, Holland, 328–9

Stead, John, 253

steerage and condidge, 403, 518

Stevens (Stephens)
-, —, 316
-, Edward (? the elder, shipwright), 151, 275; of Limehouse, 45
-, Edward (the younger, shipwright), 280, 407–8, 421, 438, 452, 454
-, John, 46
-, Richard, 253
-, Robert, 112
-, Thomas, 253
-, Tristram, 475
-, William (YB), 82; (EB), 222, 237, 267, 324

Steward, John, 84

Stiles, Roger, 17

Stimsen, Richard, 475

Stoke, Kent, 155

Stone
-, Capt. Cornelis, 249
-, Roger, 16

Stonehouse, James, 334

Straits, see Gibraltar; Mediterranean

Streete, Humphrey, 433, 487

Stricktson, John, 17

Strudder, Titas, 334

Stuart
-, James, duke of Lennox, 455, 483, 487
-, Ludovick, duke of Lennox, 257

Sturgen, John, 5

Sucklinge, John, kt, 233

Sufelane, see Sazan

Suffolk, 248, 434–5, 449; beacons, buoys and lighthouses, x, 475, 496–7; sheriff of, 496–7

Suffolk, earl of, see Howard, Theophilus; Howard, Thomas

Sunderland, 1, 84, 161

Surat, India, 7

Suretis, Ralph, 46

Surrey, 45

Sussex, 45, 464

Sutton, Richard, navy commissioner, 191–2

Swaine (Swime), Thomas, 331

Swan
-, John, 475
-, Richard (EB), 287, 289, 293–4, 301, 305, 310, 315, 332; (? another, of London), 334

Swanley
-, Jeremy, 148
-, William (EB), 289, 293–4, 300, 362, 395, 404, 446; (? another, of London), 334

Swanton, John, 228, 253

Sweden, 235

Sweetman, John, 334

Swime, see Swaine

swords, 242, 293

Swyer
-, Peter, 484
-, Robert, 228, 401; of London, 334; shipmaster, 484

Sylly (? Scilly Isles), John of, 17

Symons, Thomas, 148

Sympson, Samson, 344

Syria, 159

T

Taaton, Henry, 216

Taillor, Anthony, 475

Taite
-, John, 219
-, Lewis, 45

Talbot
-, James, 84, 334; shipmaster, 475
-, Peter, 411

Tanner, John, 484

Taranto, Gulf of (The Gulf), see Adriatic Sea

Tashe, Brian, 45

Tatam, see Totten

taverns, 317, 409

Tawton, Henry, 228

Taylor, John, 280, 421, 454

Teage, Lawrence, 16

Teddeman, see Tiddeman

Teemsome, see, Thompson

Tees, river, buoys and beacons in, 257

Temple, John, and Mary, his wife, 44–5

Tetuán, Morocco, 158, 160

Tewell, Andrew, 17

Texel, North Holland, 406

Thames, accidents in, xii, 5, 38, 152, 485; anchorages in, xii, 156, 191, 485; ballastage in, ix, xi–xii, 38, 126, 169, 232–3, 284, 324, 330–1, 359–60, 363–4, 366–9, 376, 389–90, 393–5, 413, 425, 431–3, 468–70, 487, 492; bargemen in, 393; beaconage and buoyage in, ix, xiii, 129, 283, 332–58; chains in, 485; charges in, 519; conservation of, ix, xi–xii, 232–3, 368, 384, 391–5, 414, 425, 461, 468–71; defences in, 189–90; fishermen in, 393; jetties and wharves in, xii, 39, 138, 156–7, 184, 501; pilotage in, ix–x, xii–xiii, 178, 283, 297–8, 311–12, 430, 444, 446; rowing in, 271; ships in, xiv, 5, 38, 126, 191–4, 207, 216, 272, 275, 306, 314, 332–58, 483, 489; voyages to and from, xv, 6, 28, 59, 61, 161, 193, 306, 335; watermen in, ix, xiii, 393

Thanet, earl of, see Tufton, John

Thomas
-, John, 23
-, John, shipmaster, 484
-, Mark, 481–2

Thompson (Teemsome, Thomson, Tomson, etc.)
-, —, 476, 499
-, Cuthbert (HTH), 135, 163, 344, 356
-, John (EB), 281, 294, 300–1, 305, 310, 315, 332, 373, 399; (? others), 228, 307, 316–17, 334, 476
-, Thomas, 228; of London, 334
-, Thomas, mayor of Harwich, 348, 355
-, William, of London, 48
-, William, of Scarborough, 48

Thorne
-, Anthony, 484
-, William, 49

Thornehill
-, Edward, 272
-, Thomas, 272
-, Timothy, 272

Thorneton, Capt., consul, 375

Throckmorton, Job, 401

Thurston
-, Edward, 475
-, James, 152
-, William, 249

Tichen (Titchen), Anthony, shipmaster (? Tutchen, Anthony (EB)), 159; 228

Tiddeman (Teddeman), Thomas (DFL), 298, 477

Tilbury, baron Vere of, see Vere, Horace

Tilbury Hope, Essex, 59, 61

Tillingham, Sussex, 482

Tillott, John, 334; shipmaster, of London, 475

Tilman, Godfrey, 475

Tilmoth, see Tynemouth

Tise, Nicholas, 239

Titchen, see Titchen

Toackley (Toackey, Tockly, etc.), Robert (YB), 82; 228, 306; shipowner, 307, 397, 399; shipmaster, 484

Tomlinson, William, 334, 475

Tompson (Tomson), see Thompson

tonnage, xv, 275–6, 280, 282, 407, 438, 467

Tonne, Henry, 253

Topsham, Devon, ?24, 331–2

Toronaic Gulf (Cassandra Gulf), Greece, 422–3

Totnes, earl of, see Carew, George

Totten (Tatam, etc.), John (EB), forty-five mentions, 221–517; 306; (? another, of London), 334

Towerson, William, 30

Tracey
-, —, 273
-, William, 334

Traddall, William, 307

trades, see occupations

Tranckmore, Robert, 421, 438, 452

Trapani, Sicily, 450

Treadgould, John, 334

Treago, Roger, and Ursula, his wife, 197

treasury, lords commissioners of, 130

Treaver, Dr Richard, admiralty court judge, 18

Trenchfeild
-, —, shipmaster, 415
-, Thomas (EB), 236, 247, 289, 294, 300, 332, 434–5, 459, 481–2, 514
-, William, 422

Tresco, Scilly, 225

Triggs, John, 207

Trinity House of Deptford, and ballastage, ix, xi–xii, 126, 169, 232–3, 324, 330–1, 359–60, 363–4, 366–71, 376, 389–90, 393–5, 404, 413, 416–17, 425, 431–3, 451, 487, 492; and consuls, xvi, 375, 380–2, 400–1, 405, 441–2, 450; and convoys, xiv, 237, 242, 284–5, 306, 372–3, 379; and Dover fellowship of lodemanage, xii, 283, 297–8, 430, 476–477, 480; and fisheries, xv, 57, 60–1, 410, 434–5, 503, 506–7, 510; and freight disputes, xiv, 50–3, 286–9, 293, 328–9, 377–8, 447–8; and harbours outside London, xv, 48, 132, 221–2, 302–3, 370–1, 404, 416–17, 434, 449, 481–2; and high court of admiralty, xiv, 18, 138, 203–4, 286–9, 321–2, 415, 426, 434, 463, 485; and Hull Trinity House, xiii, 125, 128, 135, 163–4, 342–4, 356; and London, 162, 184, 352, 379, 414; and maritime custom, xiv, 7, 15, 148, 293–5, 327, 429–30; and the navy, ix, xiii, xiv, 139, 189–92, 225, 227, 241–4, 276, 280–1, 299–303, 307, 309–10, 313–14, 407–8, 414, 420–1, 436, 439–40, 452–4, 460, 463, 466–7, 516–17, 519–20; and Newcastle Trinity House, xiii, 122, 342, 345–6; and ordnance, ix, xiii, 188, 193–4, 206–9, 216, 252, 264, 385–7, 463–4; and pilotage, ix–x, xii–xiii, 86, 178, 283, 297–8, 301, 311–12, 430, 443, 446; and plantations and exploration, xv, 2–3, 25–6; and the poor, ix–x, xiv–xv, 126–7, 312, 492, 496–7; and prisoners, 10, 24, 30, 74, 97, 158, 160, 166, 175, 185–6, 202, 205, 213, 216–19, 238, 247, 261, 265–7, 269–70, 411–12, 423, 427, 513–14; and prizes, 286–9, 293–6, 321–2, 327, 361–362, 377–8; and salutes, 415; and seamarks, lighthouses, buoys, etc., ix–xi, xiii, xvi, 85–6, 95–6, 98, 109, 115–19, 124–5, 128–9, 135, 145–7, 170–2, 176–177, 180–1, 210–11, 224, 234, 255–8, 260, 262, 283, 319, 325–6, 332–58, 383, 388, 472–3, 476–7, 480, 486, 488, 491, 493–4, 496–7, 499, 515; and seamen, regulation of, xv, 16, 23, 316–17, 406, 463; and seamen's wages and perquisites, xiv, 6–8, 14–20, 22, 27–9, 33–5, 42–3, 49, 76–83, 113–14, 131, 148, 173, 175, 203–4, 239–44, 317, 418, 426; and seamen and shipowners in distress, ix–x, xiv–xv, 11–12, 31, 36–7, 39–41, 44–7, 66–7, 100, 126–7, 141, 150, 154, 168, 174, 183, 185, 195–7, 199, 212, 214, 220, 226, 236, 250–1, 277–9, 312; and shipbuilding, 139, 157, 191–2, 227, 302–5, 309–10, 407–9, 414, 419–21, 436, 439–40, 452–4, 460, 466–7, 517; and shipping, ix, 48, 57, 60–1, 72, 84, 120–2, 132, 162–4, 193, 211, 221–2, 253, 263, 304–5, 365, 495, 498, 503, 506–7, 510; and the Thames, ix, xi–xiii, 138, 156–7, 184, 485, 501, see also Thames; and tonnage measurement, 276, 280; and Turkish expeditions, xv, 110–11, 140, 179, 198, 228–30, 290–2, 516–17; and watermen, ix, xiii, 458–9; arbitration by, ix, xiv, 4–8, 14–16, 18–20, 22, 27–9, 32–5, 38, 42–3, 49–54, 62–3, 76–83, 113–14, 131, 148, 200–1, 203–4, 239, 293, 397–9, 409, 418–19, 426, 447–8, 500; assistants of, ix, xvii, 21, 44, 82, 114, 131, 177; assistant's deputy of, 21; by-laws of, xvi; clerk of, x, xvi, 5, 38, 331; deputy master of, 197, 289, 387, 408–10, 414–15, 459–61, 472; documents lodged at, 273–4, 320; elder brethren of, ix–xi, xiii–xv, xvii–xviii, 82; imprison, 316, 463; master of, ix–x, xvii, 3, 8, 12, 14, 18–22, 29, 32–5, 37–8, 40–1, 44, 47–9, 53–4, 74, 81, 83, 100, 114, 131, 149, 157, 177, 186, 199, 213, 220, 226, 238, 266, 269, 300, 306, 371, 373, 378, 395, 399–400, 404–6, 416, 427, 430, 448–9, 515, 517, 520; meetings of, x, 3, 19, 35, 63, 220; members of, 296, 475; officer of, x, 113; pilots of, xii–xiii, 178, 283, 312, 475, see also Dover, lodemanage court; property of, 262; records of, ix–x, xiii–xiv, xvi, 296; seal of, 137, 165; secrecy of business of, xv, 149; wardens of, ix, xvii, 12, 20–2, 44, 82, 114, 131, 177, 216, 220, 226, 238, 395; warden's deputy of, 21–2; younger brethren of, ix–x, xv, xvii, 82, 475

Trinity House of Dover, see Dover, lodemanage court

Trinity House of Hull, xiii, xvii, 123, 125, 128, 135, 163–4, 342–4, 356–7, 446

Trinity House of Newcastle, xiii, xvii, 122, 342, 345–6, 446

Tripoli, Lebanon, 159, 165

Tripoli, North Africa, 13

Tristram, William, 278

Trotter, John, 46

Troudell, John, 475

Truddell, William, 334

Trumbull, William, king's agent at Brussels, 249; 483

Tuchen, see Tutchen

Tufton, John, earl of Thanet, 482

Tunis, North Africa, 9, 186, 217–18

Turkey, 87, 495; ambassador in, see Wych, Peter; sultan (grand signor) of, 422–423

Turkey company, see Levant company

Turkish pirates, see pirates

turns, 298

Tuscany (Florence), duke of, 375, 381–2

Tutchen (Tuchen, etc.), Anthony (YB), 82; 112; (EB), forty mentions, 221–520; (? another, of London), 334; see also Tichen

Tutter, Richard, 475

Twiddy, Roger, 228

Two Countries, see Low Countries

Tye
-, Edmond, 84
-, Jeremy, 84
-, John, 253
-, Richard, 84
-, Samuel, 334

Tyler, Robert, of Wapping, 67; 112

Tylley, (Tilley), John, and Sara, his wife, 54

Tyne, river, 122; ballastage in and conservation of, 70–1, 90–3, 370–1, 404, 416–17, 451, 455

Tynemouth (Tilmoth), Northumberland, 226

U

Upnor, Kent, 189–90

V

vagrancy statutes, xiv

Valie (Varlye), John (DFL), 298, 477

Valona, Albania, 13

Vane, Henry, kt, admiralty commissioner, 432, 458; comptroller, 455, 481, 497

Varberg (Wariburrow), Sweden, 235

Vassall, John (EB), twenty-eight mentions, 8–220

Venice, Italy, 13, 137, 422–3, 446

Venice, Gulf of, see Adriatic Sea

Verall, Francis, 478–9

Vere
-, Henry de, earl of Oxford, 161–2; lord great chamberlain, 117
-, Horace, baron Vere of Tilbury, master of the ordnance, 385–7

Verulam, visc., see Bacon, Francis

Viana do Castelo (Vyana), Portugal, 49, 267

Victers, John, 426

victuals, 299; see also ships

Vijose (Voizo), Albania, 422

Villefranche-sur-mer (Villafranca), France, 377

Villiers, George, marquess (1618) and duke (1623) of Buckingham, lord high admiral, 157, 169–71, 191, 198, 207, 228–9, 232–4, 243, 252, 285, 302, 309, 359; lord warden of the Cinque Ports, ?477

Virginia, America, 2, 6, 25–6

Virginia company, xv, 25–6

Voizo, see Vijose

Volos, Greece, 422

W

Wade, Richard, 12

Wadloe, Francis, 397, 399

Walberswick, Suffolk, 132, 434–5

Walborne, William, 475

Wales, 304, 444, 462

Walters, Gilbert, 334

Warde
-, Henry, 166
-, John, 84
-, Tymon, 67

warehouse room charges, 519

Wariburrow, see Varberg

Warmoth, —, 345

Warner, John, 84

Warren, Francis, 17

Warwick, earl of, see Rich, Robert

Washington, Lawrence, chancery register, 80

Wasse, Richard, shipowner, 50; 84

watermen's company, xiii, 456–9

Waters, Giles, mayor of Winchelsea, 481–2

Watkins, George, of London, 334; shipmaster, 484

Watts, John, kt (EB), 172, 205, 378, 404

Webb
-, Francis, 267
-, John, of Rotherhithe, 475; shipmaster, 484
-, Thomas, 487

Webber, John, 307

Weddall, John (EB), ?273, 279–81

Wells, Norfolk, 237, 251

Wells
-, John, 277–9
-, S. or John, storekeeper at Deptford, 275–6, 282

Wentworth, John, kt, 434–5

Wenwright, Edward (DFL), 477

Weser (Wezard), river, Germany, 36

West
-, Henry, 228; (? another), 228
-, Richard, 151
-, Samuel, 475
-, William, 228

West Country, fish exports from, 506–7, 510, 512; merchants of, 510; shipowners of, 327, 510

West Indies, 153, 216, 272

Westhorrle, John, 275

Weston (Wiston), Richard, kt (1603), lord Weston (1628), later earl of Portland, 313; admiralty commissioner, 398–9; lord treasurer, 388, 455, 506, 508, 510, 512

Westwood, John, 475

Wetherly, John, 228

Weymouth, Dorset, 160, 215, 253

Weyneway channel, Kent, 482

Whale, John, of Woodbridge, 84; 334

Whale fisheries, 2, 179

Whaly, John, the elder, 475

Wharey, John, 228

wharfage, 519

Wheatley (Wheatlie)
-, R., shipowner, 67, 73
-, Robert, 253

Whetston, John, 484

Whitby, Yorks, 221

White (Whyte)
-, —, shipmaster, 484
-, Clement, 160
-, Miles, 307
-, Peter, 112; master attendant, 475, 480
-, Philip, 485
-, Richard, 484
-, Robert, 475
-, Thomas, of Dover, 475
-, Thomas, of Scotland, 334
-, Thomas, of Yarmouth, 334
-, Tobias, 401

White Kempe sewer, Sussex, 482

Whitfield, Capt. Reynold, xiv, 153

Whithall, John, 46–7

Whiting (Whyting)
-, Abel, 159
-, Walter, shipmaster, 9; (YB), 82; (EB) died c. 1625, twenty-four mentions, 97–226
-, Walter, shipmaster, 415

Whitney, Thomas, 75–9

Whitt, Thomas, 253

Wight, Isle of, 34, 222

Wight, Richard, 484

Wilche, Thomas, 475

Wilde (Wyld, etc.)
-, —, merchant, 513
-, 'Goodman', 422
-, John, Trinity House agent, 262, 319
-, John, shipmaster of Manningtree, 475
-, John (?EB), 437
-, William, 422–3

Wilkinson
-, Anthony (NTH), 346
-, Daniel, 334
-, Thomas, shipowner of Ipswich, 5; 84

Williams
-, —, (DFL), 476
-, John, 23
-, John, bp of Lincoln, lord keeper, 200–1, 220, 226
-, Richard, 334
-, Robert, 228
-, William, 253; (? another, of London), 334

Wills, 54

Wills, William, 334

Wilson (Willson)
-, —, 295
-, —, lighthouse keeper, 98
-, Edward, 23
-, William, 23

Wimbledon, visc, see Cecil, Edward

Winchelsea, Sussex, 482; mayor of, see Waters, Giles

Windebank, Francis, kt (1632), admiralty commissioner, 432, 458; secretary of state, 366, 455, 481, 483, 494, 497

Windsor, Berks, 124

wine trade, 21, 137, 163, 165, 174

Winterton, Norfolk, 180, 256–7; lighthouse at, xi, xvi, 85, 89, 98, 109, 115–16, 119, 123, 128, 134, 147, 172, 176, 181, 224, 234, 255, 319, 465

Winwood, Ralph, kt, 68, 110; secretary of state, 93, 95

Wise, Tristram (YB), 82; 228

Wiston, see Weston

Witah (Witoh), Humphrey, 334; shipmaster, 475

Wolstenholme (Woltenholme, Wostenholme), John, kt, 306, 424, 516–17; navy commissioner, 189–92, 302–3

Wood (Woodds)
-, Anthony, 228; shipmaster, 415
-, John, 249
-, Matthew, 228
-, Richard, 46
-, Thomas, 246

Woodbridge, Suffolk, 84, 275, 475

Woodcocke, Aaron, 246

Woodcott
-, James (? EB), 437
-, Matthew (EB), forty-three mentions, 5–166

Woodgate, Thomas, 409

Woodgreene, Edmond (DFL), 298, 477; of Dover, 475

Woodhowse, Thomas, 23

Woodmansey
-, John (HTH), 135
-, Thomas (HTH), 135

woodmongers' company, 373

Woodruff, Old, Kent, 482

Woodward, Anthony, 475

wool, 462

Woolman (? Woolpacker Point), Scilly, blockhouse at, 225

Woolverstone, Suffolk, 174

Wootten, John, 112

Worcester, earl of, see Somerset, Edward

Worde
-, Phoenix, 475
-, Wynkyn de, xvi

Wostenholme, see Wolstenholme

Wotton, Edward, lord Wotton (Wootten, etc.), 256–8

Wright
-, John, 475
-, Nathaniel, 278
-, Robert, 475
-, Thomas, 84

Wyan, Thomas, deputy register of the admiralty court, 321, 434, 489–90; register, 272

Wyatt, Nicholas, 475

Wych, Peter, kt, ambassador in Turkey, 422–3

Wye, William (EB), 6, 8, 12, 20–2, 122; the elder, shipowner, 14–15

Wynn
-, Edmund, 6
-, Francis, 221

Y

Yarmouth, Great, Norfolk, 59–60, 85, 98, 172, 216, 222, 237, 249, 253, 326, 334, 336–7, 347, 350, 358, 475, 504, 508, 511; customs at, 256–7, 506, 508; herring exports from, 55, 57–61, 504, 506–8, 511; pilotage at, 446; seamarks at, 319

Yaxly, Roger, 334

Yelverton, Henry, kt, attorney general, 109

Yeomans, John, 152

York, abp of, see Neile, Richard

Young
-, Henry, and Elizabeth, his wife, 196
-, Robert (NTH), 346

Z

Zante, Greece, 165, 509

Zeeland, Netherlands, 173, 260

Zephalonia, see Kefallinia

Zetourn (Zituni), see Lamia

Zidan (Mulie Zedan), sultan of Morocco, 182

Zouche, Edward la, lord Zouche, 93, 110, 256, 258, 297



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