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1892

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'Index: A - E', Middlesex county records: Volume 4: 1667-88 (1892), pp. 353-384. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66102 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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N.B.—For Names, etc., of Conventiclers, Recusants, and Speakers of Treason, etc., searchers of this index should refer to the lists headed respectively "Conventiclers, Names, addresses, and callings of," and "Recusants, Names, addresses, and callings of," and "Treasonable, seditious or otherwise scandalous words, Speakers of."

A.

Abbott, Abigal, 36

", Margaret, 219

Abell, Richard, gent., "suspected recusant," 145

", . . . . daughter of Richard Abell, gent., "suspected recusant," 145

Abittely, Margaret, "having confessed herself a papist," 105

Adams, George, 152

", Richard, 44, 264

", William, 232

Addams, John, 120

Adlam alias Aylworth alias Aylesworth, John, catholic priest, xix, xx, 83, 120, 278, 279

Adultery, True bill against Hanna Bull for, 312

", with divers men, True bill against Sara Tisdall, wife of . . . . Tisdall, for committing, 297

Agard, Joseph, 209

Aglas, Zacharias, 101

Albemarle, George Duke of, False and scandalous words spoken against, by Abraham Goodman, gent., xvii, 12

Alder, Cornelius, 319, 320

", Mary, 319, 320

Alderson, William, 102

Alderton, Samuel, 290

Aldred, Thomas, 123

Alen, James, 298

Alexander, Peter, "suspected papist," 110

Alford, Robert, 232

Alibon, Job, gent., 137

", Richard, gent., 137

Allard alias Lemott, Samuel, 307

Allen, Daniel, 325

", Richard, 66, 146

Allman, Sarah, "suspected papist," 103

Allyson, George, 142

Allegiance and Supremacy, Oaths of, vide Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy

Alsopp, Abraham, 74

Amis, Thomas, 266

Anderson, James, 6

", alias Munsounn, Lionell, catholic priest, xx, 121, 122

Anderton, Christopher, 134

", Elizabeth, of Lostock, co. Lancaster, widow, seeking a passport to empower her to go beyond sea with her grandson Christopher Anderton and her maidservant, 134

", John, gent., 4

Andrews, Benjamin, 232

", Jeremiah, 36

", Rebecca, 232

Anegos, Michael de, lxxv

Angell, Henry, 87

", Richard, 87

Angely, Abram, 296

Anguish, Richard, gent., 22

", Francis, 34, 35

Annesley, Sara, 193

Anpery, Richard, 201

Appletree, Thomas, xv, xvi, xvii, 271, 272, 273

", " Special verdict against, arraigned on charge of levying war against Charles II. at East Smithfield, 11

Apprentice bound to answer for a curious misdemeanour, 154

" Cruel chastisement of an, 229

" An, encouraged to run away from his master to Dunkirk, &c., 245

" Idle, 160

Archer alias Archett, Henry, gent., 88, 89

Argent, Mr., 197

Arlington, Henry Earl of, xlix, 78

Armestrong, John, 61

Arndell, Richard, 155

Arnold, John, esq., J.P. for co. Monmouth, 144

Arrowsmith, John, 206

Arundell, Charles, esq., 147

Ashe, Robert, 293

Ashley, Lord, 68

Ashton, Andrew, surgeon, 108

Ashwyn, Richard, 37, 38

Aske, Joseph, 16

Askew, William, of the city of Lincolne, gent., 23

Assault on, and an attempt "to bilk a hackney coachman," 40

" on a knt. by his servant, a laborer, 72

" and battery upon Mounsr Marine, the Resident of the Duke of Courland, 146

" " by a black slave named Prince, 152

" " Convictions of, 74, 75, 140, 141, 169, 170, 209, 229, 231, 262

" with a pistol, 141

" with a sword, Conviction of, 78, 236, 257, 299

" and trespass, Convictions of, 219

Astley, Richard, "suspected recusant," 148

Atherton, Oliver, 21

Atkins, Samuell, 96, 120

Atkinson, Elizabeth, 140

", William, 278

Atterbury, Mr. Thomas, one of the King's Messengers, 183

Austen, Mary, 303

Austin, Garnett, 29

", John, 295

Avigi, Dominico, 116

", Mary, 116

Awbray, Dennis, 322

", Mary, sentenced to be burnt to death for murdering her husband, 322

Awsten, Charles, 303

Aylesworth alias Ayleworth alias Adlam, John, catholic priest, xix, xx, 83, 120, 278, 279

Ayscoghe, Charles, 142

B.

Badcock, Paul, 22

Bagley, Simon, 232

Baker, Anthony, "suspected papist," 115

", George, 251

", alias Hesketh, James, catholic priest, xx, 133

", John, 112

", Mary, "suspected papist," 112

", William, 13, 53

Baldwin, Anne, "suspected popish recusant," 106

", William, "suspected papist," 103, 117

Ball, James, 320

", Patrick, 29

", Thomas, 56

"Ballad-singers wandering abroad," A man and his wife charged with "being common," 237

Ballard, John, 28

", Jonathan, 320

", Mary, 211

Bampfeild, Joseph, 219

Banes, John, gent., 311

Bankes, Thomas, 290

Banyard, William, 126

Baptist, John, 324

Barber, Grace, spinster, 53

", James, 324

Barclay, The Hon. John, esq., 163

Barcroft, William, 116

Bare, Thomas, gent., 53

Barebone, James, gent., 73

Barebones, Nicholas, M.D., 142

Barker, John, 231

", Thomas, 1

", " xxix, 60

Barley, Elizabeth, sentenced to be burnt to death for clipping and diminishing the money of the realm, 313

Barnardi, James, painter, a pernicious and scandalous person, 239

Barnes, James, 20

", John, 162, 164, 198

", Thomas, 62

Barnwell, Peter, 251

"Barratine Stuffe," Woollen cloth called, 5

Barrell, Thomas, 56

Barrett, John, 21

Barringer, Henry, 153

Barron, Jeffery, "a papiste," 140

Barroon, Katherine,

Barroon, William, "suspected papist," 109

Barrot, Henry, 309

Barrow, Samuel, 95, 149

Bartlay, John, 35

Bartlett, James, surgeon, "suspected papist," 103

", Mary, wife of James Bartlett, surgeon, "suspected papist," 103

Bartlett, Thomas, 162

Barton, Christopher, 139

Bash, Sir Edward, knt., 152

Basse, Robert, 232

Baston, Richard, 317

Bateman, Charles, 296

Bates, Thomas, 123

Batesby, John, 162

Bathow alias Bathoe, Sarah, acquitted on appeal of wilfully permitting a conventicle to be held at her house, 239

Batt, Richard, 55

Batternes, Weavers', 65

Battiscombe, Christopher, 296

"Bavens," Faggots of wood called, 4

Bawdwynn, Reyner, "suspected papist," 105

Baxter, Hugh, True bill for assaulting and wounding the Right Hon. Viscount Lattimer against, 262

Baxter, Mary, acquitted on appeal by a jury of permitting a conventicle to be held in her house, 233

", . . . ., conventicle preacher, lx, 242, 306, 307, 309

Baynes, Robert, 150

", Thomas, 237

Bazley alias Bazeley, Richard, Special verdict against, on a charge of levying war against Charles II. at East Smithfield, xv, xvi, xvii, 11

Bazeley, Richard, sentenced to be executed for high treason, xv, xvi, xvii, 12, 271, 272, 273

Beasley, John, 80

Beaste, George, 79

Beazly, Mary, 164

Beck, Margaret, 39

Beddingfeild, Nicholas, . . . . 114

Bedell alias Beadell, Edward, special verdict against, on charge of levying war against Charles II. at St. James's Clerkenwell, xvi, xvii, 9, 271, 272

Bedingfield, Frances, convicted of forbearing to go to church &c. during nine months, 41

Bedfont, Highway-robberies at, 52, 53

Bedford, John, 4

Bedloe alias Bedlow, William, 85, 86, 90, 91, 92, 119, 121, 138

Beeston, William, gent., "suspected recusant," 145

Beech, John, acquitted of high treason, xii, xiii, 269, 270

Belcher, James, gent., 257

", John, 31

Bell, Elizabeth, 320

", Frances, 104

", Margaret, "a reputed popish recusant," 142

", Thomas, 142

", William, taylor, 53

Bellamy, Anne, 308

Bellasis, Henry, knt., Murder of, 3

Bellis, John, 174

Bellinger alias Boulanger, Anthony, 120

Belwood, Charles, 197

Benboe, Thomas, gent., 73

Bendish, . . . . 297

Bennet, Edward, 300

", Elisha, 155

", John, 321

Bennett, James, 296

", John, 236, 299

", Mary, 285

", Thomas, 319

Beomont, William, suspected "popish recusant," 100

Beresford, Margaret, "suspected papist" 112

Berkeley, John Lord, True bill against, for slaying and murdering Ralph Tonycliffe, gent., 234

Berkeley, John, gent., 234

Berridge, William, gent., 3, 4

Berry, Elizabeth, 287

", Henry, 121

", Thomas, 287

Berteau, Claude, gent., 321

Bertie, Peregrine, 68

Best, William, gent., 141

Bethnall alias Bednall Greene in Stepney, Divers inhabitants of, illaffected to the King's authority in his government of the Church of England, 241, 242

" alias Bednall Green in Stepney, William Malin the constable and other officers of the hamlet of, indicted and fined for refusing to give information on oath to Justices of the Peace touching conventiclers, &c., 242

Betson, Thomas, 88

Betty, Roland, 232

Bevin, Anthony, 143

", William, 251

Bewitching a cow, Elizabeth Row suspected of, 42, 43

Bibby, Musgrave, 156, 157

Bigamy, Conviction of, 59

Bignall, Giles, merchant, " suspected papist," 111, 154

", John, 323

Bill, Elizabeth, 314

"Billyards," Unlawful games of, 21

Bilt, Isaac, 164

Binckes, Christopher, 160

Bingley, William, 258

Biniard, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 103

", William, 103

Birch, Christopher, "suspected papist," 109

Bird, Simon, 40

Black, Thomas, xlv, xlvi, 245

Blackborne, Silvan, 325

Blackway, Edward, 315

Blake, Charles, "suspected papist," 110

", Trecia, "suspected papist," 110

Blaney, Thomas, gent., 88, 89

Blasphemy, acquittal of, 29

Bleeding and drenching horses in the highway, A farrier indicted for, 257

Blissett, Thomas, 322

Blite, Robert, 53

Blofield, Jane, 138

Bloodworth, William, 61

Blowes, William, "suspected papist," 115

Boarne alias Byrne, Gerald, 75

Bolger, Katherine, "suspected papist," 110

Bolt, Charles, gent., 150

Bond, John, 39

Bonden, James, 34, 35

Bonell, Francis, 16

Bonnett, Eleanore, xlviii, xlix, 79

", William, 79

Books stolen from William Cademan, 152

" A collection of, stolen from Allan Giles, gent., 56

Book, A false and libellous, entitled Catastrophe Mundi or Europe's Many Mutations until the year 1701, &c., 212, 213

", A vicious and wicked, entitled A Dialogue between a Married Lady and a Maid Tullia Octavia, 243

", A seditious and scandalous, entitled Directions to a Painter for describing our Navall Business, &c., 25, 275

", A scandalous and libellous, entitled This second Part of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government, &c., by Philo-Veritas, 215

", A malicious and seditious, entitled A Letter from a Person of Quality to his Friends in the country, &c., 66, 67, 68, 69

", A seditious and scandalous, entitled Nehushton or . . . . ., 26, 27, 275

", A seditious and scandalous, entitled Persecuted under Episcopacy, 4

Book, A scandalous and libellous, entitled A Satyr on the Pretended Ghost of the late Lord Russell, 220

", An immoral and scandalous, entitled A Satyr against Marriage, Directed to the inconsiderable Animal called Husband, 169

", An immoral and obscene, entitled The Schoole of Venus or the Ladies Delight, 146

", or paper, A libellous, entitled Strange and Wonderful News concerning his Grace James Duke of Monmouth and Ford Lord Gray, 286

Bor, James Du, gent., 44

Boroscki alias Borodzie, George, 161

Bosot, Daniell, "suspected papist," 115

Boswell, John, 320

Botchcraft, Isaac, 297, 298

Botler, Hugh, 251

Boucher, Thomas, 215

Boulanger alias Bellinger, Anthony, 120

Bould, Henry, 327

Boulton, Samuel, of Lumbert Street, goldsmith, acquitted on appeal of having been present at and preached to and taught a conventicle, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 234

Bourne, Garrett, gent., 114

Bowcher, Susan, 287

Bowers, Obadiah, 317

Bowes, Joseph, "reputed popish recusant," 107

Bowes, Robert, 63, 65

Boxman, William, 105

Boyce, Gerald, apothecary, 53

", Lieut. John, 327

Boycoat, John, senior, 43

", John, younger, 44

", Mary, 44

Bracy, William, 2

Bradford, James, 152

", John, 138

Bradgate, Ann, 156

Bradshaw, Arundle, "suspected papist," 110

", James, "suspected papist," 116

", Joan, "suspected papist," 116

", Katherine, "suspected papist," 110

Brady, Joseph, merchant, "suspected papist," 111

Brampton, Christian, daughter of John Brampton, gent., "a Roman Catholic," 105

", John, gent., 105

", Mary, wife of John Brampton, gent., "popish recusant," 105

Brangman, Thomas, 45

Brant, Simon, 293

Bray, William, 278

Brayne, Richard, 215

Brayne, William, 120

Breach, Anne, 69

Brett, George, "reputed Roman Catholic," 106

Brice, Phillip, 147, 148

Bridges, Andrew, "suspected to be a Roman catholique," 135

Bridgman, Richard, xlvi, 232

", William, esq., 120, 327

Brigden, Mary, "reputed popish recusant," 123

Brigden, William, 123

Briggin, Mary, "a suspected popish recusant," 139

Briggin, William, 139

Briggs, Robert, xxviii, 60

Bringhurst, Isaac, 29

Brissey, Peter, merchant, "suspected recusant," 145

Bristow, Hannah, 316

Brittanie, John, 34

Brockhurst, Francis, gent., 41, 42

Bromley, William, 95

Bromwell, William, 96

Brook, Elizabeth, 289

Brookes, Anne, "reputed Roman catholic," 106

", John, "reputed Roman catholic," 106

Broughton, Mary Lady, widow, keeper of the Gatehouse Prison, xxxiv, 21

Brown, Dorothy, "suspected papist," 112

", Katherine, "suspected papist," 112

Brown, William, 310

Browne alias Ireland, Anne, 140

" Elizabeth, "popish recusant," 113

" George, 278

" Henry, 28

" Joan, 62

" Mary, 73, 137

" Richard, 164

Browne alias Deane, Richard, 181

" Thomas, 36

" Lieut. Thomas, 327

" William, 62

Bruce, Mrs., 212

Bruffelt, Hugh, 316

Bruncker, Edward, 64

Brunker, Christopher, 278

Bryan, Christopher, 229

", Elizabeth, 263

", John, 263

", Nicholas, 321

", Robert, gent., a "suspected papist," 135

Buckingham, Duke of, 96, 120

", Duke of, Conspiracy of two vile creatures to charge a revolting offence upon, 229

Buckle, James, xlvi, 78, 79

Buckley, Francis, 153

Buckly alias Buckle, Jeremiah, 101

Budd, William, musician, 191

Budding, Mary, "suspected papist," 111

", Thomas, "suspected papist," 111

Building a cottage at Edmonton without assigning, four acres of freehold land to it, True Bill against John Petts for, 81

Buket, John, "suspected papist," 104

Bull, Hanna, 312

", John, gent., 34

Bullen, Godfrey, 121

Bullocke, William, 140

Burbecke, Benjamin, 321

Burbridge, William, 65

Burby, Bridgett, 73

Burgess, Dorothy, "suspected to have been at Mass," 183

Burghley, Lord Treasurer, 331

Burghin alias Clarke, Elizabeth, 315

Burglary, Acquittal of, 6, 38, 295

", and sacrilege, Conviction of, 70

", Convictions of, 70, 75, 76, 237, 315

Burlingham, Peter, xiv, xvi, 8

Burne, Peter, gent., 88, 89

Burnet alias Burnett, Alexander, catholic priest, xvii, xviii, 55

" Michael, of Upton, co. Chester, gent., 320

Burnham, William, 224

Burning link, Offence of throwing a, in the face of a shop-keeper, 4

Burris, Sara, 316

Burroughs, Humphrey, 283

Burrows, Grace, "reputed popish recusant," 115

", William, 115

Burton, Anne, 77

", Henry, 310

", James, 295, 296

", Richard, "suspected papist," 110

", Tomasine, 316

Bury, Miles, 120

Busby, John, 28

Bushway, Peter, "suspected papist," 110

Butchers indicted for selling victuals in the highway, when there was no fair or open market, 80

Butler, Benjamin, xviii, 215, 217

", Edward, 44

", Sir James, knt., 327

", John, 278

", Thomas, 1, 2

", Tobias, gent., 143

", William, 317, 318

Butterton, Benjamin, 318

Button, James, 78

Byde, Sir Thomas, knt., 62

Byfeild, John, 277, 278

Byrne alias Boarne, Gerald, 75

Byrt, Samuel, 230

Byshe, Edward, knt., 13

C.

Cademan, William, 152

Cadman, William, 243

Caile, Martha, 229

Camden, John, 286

", William, the antiquary, 331

Campden House, at Kensington, 338, 339

Camwell, Thomas, 116

Cane, Richard, 311, 312

Cantrell, John, 111

", Mary, "suspected papist," 111

Cape, Thomas, esq., 53

Capell, Henry, 91

Capps, Richard, 145

Cards with obscene pictures painted upon them by James Barnardi, 239

Carey, Daniel, gent., "reputed popish recusant," 117

Carn, Joseph, 297

Carpenter, . . . ., clerk, 81

Carrill, John, 96

Carter, Charles, 28

", George, "one of the gentlemen of the Life Guard," assaulted and wounded, 238

", John, "popish recusant," 128

", Marke, 140

", Mary, 136

", Roger, 198

Carteret, Lady Elizabeth, Most Honourable, 295

Carts "bound with iron-shod wheels," 3

Cartwright, John, 189

Cary, James, 324

Casey, Baptista de, gent., "suspected recusant," 145

Casson, Nicholas, "suspected papist," 109

Casteile, Abraham, 171

"Cat with nine tails," a woman flogged to death with a, xli, 149

Catchpole, Robert, 35

Catesby, William, esq., 119

Catholic church, Words spoken by Mathew Momford touching his zeal for the religion of the, 92

Catholic priests, see Priests, clerks, &c.,

" recusants for remaining within ten miles of the City of London, Informations against, 149, 160

Catlin, Francis, 142

Cattler, William, 113

Caustin, Ann, " reputed papist," 128

Cavener, Charles, " suspected papist," 109

", Martha, "suspected papist," 109

Cawbanck, Thomas, 326

Caworth, George, 289, 290

Cecil, Sir Robert, 331

Cellar-door open into Drury Lane in St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, True bill against Thomas Baynes for leaving his, 237

" open into the Strand, Isaac Scriven convicted of and fined for leaving his, 238

" open by night as well as by day into the highway in or near Long Acre in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Hanna Nevill indicted for leaving a, 260

Cellar-door open by night into the ancient highway of Holborn, Benjamin Poole convicted of leaving his, 300

Cellar-doors, Fifty-two, open by night as well as by day into highways in St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, St. Clement's Danes', or St. Margaret's, Westminster, Persons indicted for leaving, lvi, 261

", One hundred and twelve, open by night as well as by day into highways in St. Paul's Covent Garden, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, or St. Margaret's Westminster, Persons indicted for leaving, lvi, lvii, 261, 262

Cellars opening into streets, Measures for closing or guarding, lv, lvi, lvii

Cellier, Thomas, brewer, 40

Cerwell, Remmoe, merchant, "suspected papist," 109

Chadwell, Ursula, 138

Chaire, Richard, 174

Challenor, Alice, 79

", Dorothy, 79

Challoner, Bishop, author of Missionary Priests, xxi, xxii et seq, to xxvi

", Frederick, 224

Chamberlaine, Absolom, bound to answer for publishing a libellous paper intituled Strange and Wonderful News concerning His Grace James Duke of Monmouth and Ford Lord Gray, 286

", Thomas, merchant, "suspected recusant," 145

Chambers, George, and the Turners' Company, lii, liii, 32

Chancery Lane, Pillory at, 144

Chaplin, Mary, 17

Chapman, Henry, 81

", Nicholas, 140

Charing-Cross, Pillory in, 20

Charing Cross, The whipping-post near, 232

Charles, Alicia, 262

", James, 262

Charles II., John Carill charged with

", attempting to destroy His Majesty, 96

", Sir George Wakeman, bart., William Marshall, gent., and William Rumley, gent., acquitted of conspiring against the King, xxvi, xxvii, 89, 90

", Conspiracy of Thomas White alias Whitebread, clerk, William Ireland, clerk, John Fenwicke, clerk, Thomas Pickering, clerk, and John Grove, gent., to compass the death of the King, &c., xxi, xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, 85, 86

", Conspiracy of Thomas White alias Whitebread, John Fenwicke, William Harcourt alias Harrison, John Gavan, Anthony Turner, and James Corker, to compass the death, &c., of the King, xxi, xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, 84, 85

", Conviction of and sentence on William Pearce for uttering scandalous words against the King, 269

", Conviction of and judgment upon Mathew Webb for speaking seditious words against the King, 227

", Correspondence held by Edward Cole . . . . "with foreigners for the destruction of the King," xix, 91

", Ireland alias Browne, Anne, bound to answer for treasonable words and practices against the King, 140

", Joseph Lane committed to Newgate Gaol for imagining the death of his Majesty, 95

Charles II. Johnson, Lewis, bound to answer for concealing treasonable words spoken against the King, 131, 132

" Mathew Medburne committed to Newgate Gaol for attempting to levy war against the King, 95

" Religious government of England by, 161

" Scandalous words spoken by John King and John Lester against the King 70

" Scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by Samuel Morris to the disparagement of the King, 75

" Seditious words spoken against the King, 3

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by Elizabeth Bryan against the King, 263

" Seditious words spoken by Samuel Byrt against the King, 230, 231

" Seditious words alleged to have been spoken by John Groves against the King, 153

" Seditious words spoken by Katherine Johnson against the King, 162, 163

" Seditious words said to have been spoken by Henry Langley against the King, 47

" Seditious, &c., words spoken against a late Declaration of the King, 35

" and the Government, John Tunstall convicted of speaking seditious words against the King, 264

" Seditious and scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by Thomas Hoss against the King, 160

Charles II. Seditious and scandalous words alleged to have been spoken by John Kenian against the King, 162

" Seditious and scandalous words said to have been spoken by Elizabeth Phillips against the King, 26

" Seditious and scandalous words said to have been spoken by Jane Shepherd against the King, 26

" Seditious and scandalous words spoken by Thomas Walker against the King, 78

" Seditious and scandalous words spoken by Philip Wallis against the King, 255

" Seditious and scandalous words spoken by John Ward against the King, 252

" Seditious and wicked words spoken by William Shaw against the King, 100, 120

" Seditious and wicked words spoken by Edward Warren, apothecary, against the King, 77

" Seditious words, True bill against Alexander Malley for speaking against the King, 47, 48

" Seditious and treasonable words spoken against the King, 4

" Smart, Richard, bound to answer for speaking scandalous words of the King, 152

" Treasonable words spoken by Abraham Goodman, gent., against the King, xvii, 12

" Treasonable words alleged to have been spoken by Hugh Walton, a prisoner in Newgate, against the King, 148

Charles II. True bill against Thomas Bartlett for cursing the King, 162

" True bill against John Weeden for speaking opprobrious and seditious words against the King, 54

" War raised and levied in St. James's Clerkenwell, by Edward alias Edmond Bedell alias Beadell, and Richard Lattymer alias Lattimer, against the King, xiii et seq., 9

" War levied at St. James's Clerkenwell, and St. Leonard's Shoreditch, against the King, xiii et seq., 9, 10

" War levied at Poplar against the King, xiii et seq., 8

" War levied at East Smithfield against the King, xiii et seq., II

Charlesworth, Thomas, 116

Charlton, Sir Job, knt., 236

Chartwright, John, 240

Chaworth, Elizabeth, 136

Cheat, A, extorting money from Musgrave Bibby, by pretending to be an officer of the court of the Bishop of London, 156, 157

Cheating at cards, Acquittal of, 37

" ", True bill against two gentlemen for, 38, 39

Cheating in gilding milled shillings so as to give them the appearance of gold pieces, and then uttering them for current guineas, Two cheats convicted of, and fined and imprisoned for, 287

" by obtaining goods under false pretences, Conviction of, 18, 19, 79

" by substituting a parcel of cheap for a parcel of superior hair, True bill against dealers in hair for, 82

Cheating, &c, under pretence of collecting money for the relief of the poor captives in Algeirs, 156

Chedwick, Anne, 59

Cheeney, Thomas, 16

Chesterfield, Right Hon. Philip, earl, 38

Chester, Anne, Mrs., 293

Child, John, 120, 240, 241

", John, gent., 122, 123

", Ralph, 148

", Thomas, charged with speaking treasonable words, 285

Chilmaid, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 117

Chilton, Alice, 77

Chitty, Henry, esq., 21

Chocolate, Unlicensed sellers of a drink called, 36

Churches, A treasonable declaration affixed to parochial, 264

Churchill, Arabella, 18, 19

Churchwarden, A, convicted of and fined for negligence in respect to the execution of warrants for distraining and selling goods and chattels of a conventicler, 286

Ciprey, Robert, 20

Citterne, Alexander, gent., 40

Clanchy, Cornelius, 289, 290

Clansey, Dionisius, 227

Clapham, John, esq., 238

Clarendon, Earle of, 120

Clarke, Anthony, "suspected papist," 116

", Bartholomew, 88

", alias Burghin, Elizabeth, 315

", George, 252

", George, jun., 252

", Isaac, 236

", John, 71, 77

", Margarett, 120

", Mary, 252

", Nicholas, "suspected papist," 111

", Sir Robert, knt., 300

", alias Sadler, Thomas, 76

", William, 224, 255

Clayton, Arthur, 308

", Henry, 80

", alias Cleyton, Hugh, 88

", Luke, labourer, 114

", Sir Robert, knt., 281

Clayton, William, "suspected papist," 110

Cleeve, William, esq., J.P., 305, 306, 307, 308

Clement, Richard, 122

Clerk, John, constable of Edmonton, 174

Clerke, Sir Robert, knt, J.P., 310

Clerkenwell Green, War levied against Charles II. on, 9

" New Prison at, 231

Cleveland, Roger, Duke of, 146

Cleyton alias Clayton, Hugh, 88

Clifford, Anthony, captaine, 89

", Joshua, 230

Clinch, Magdalen, 84

Clipping and diminishing lawful money, Convictions of, 13, 252, 313, 314, 315, 322

" and diminishing money, Women sentenced to be burnt to death for, 313, 314, 315

Coale, John, 150

Coape, Sir Thomas, of Munmouth Street, Spitalfields, knt., 142

Coast, John, 261

Cocks, Richard, 24

Cocus, Gartrude, "suspected papist," 110

", John, "suspected papist," 110

Coffee, Unlicensed sellers of a drink called, 36

Coining, &c., false and counterfeit money, Acquital of, 253

", false and counterfeit money, Conviction of, 253

Colborne, William, 327

Cole, . . . ., 160

", Edward, 91

", John, gent., 3

", John, 79

", John, convicted of high treason and sentenced to death, &c., xii, 269, 270

Cole, Thomas, 310

", William, 289

Coleman, Edward, xviii, xix, 216

Colenbine, Major Ventris, 327

Collett, Francis, gent., "suspected papist," 111

", Marian, "suspected papist," 112

", Mary, wife of Francis Collett, gent., "suspected papist," 111

Collett, Richard, 258

", William, 320

Collier, Elizabeth, xlvi, 70, 71

", Thomas, xlvi, 70

Collingwood, Hester, xli, xli, xliii, xliv, 265, 266

Collins, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 112

", Joseph, 155

Colly, John, 220

Collyer, John, 104

", Martha, 122

Colperes, John Baptist, gent., "suspected papist," 111

Colson, Elizabeth, 331

", Gabriel, 331

Coltman, John, 232

", Rebecca, 232

Comins, Jeffrey, gent., 307

", Morice, "suspected Roman priest," 149

Company in Prince Rupert's regiment of dragoons, commanded by Captain Anthony Clifford, 89

Comyne, Jeremiah, 163

Coney, Howard, 12

Conformity to the Church of England, Certificates of Sampson Puller's and John Deacle's, 193

Cony, George, gent., 228

Conspiring against the power and life of Charles II., Acquittal of Sir George Wakeman, bart, William Marshall, gent., and William Rumley, gent., of, 90

" to compass the death, &c., of Charles II., and to change the religion of England to the "superstition of the Roman Church," True bill against Thomas White alias Whitebread, John Fenwicke, William Harcourt alias Harrison, John Gavan, Anthony Turner, and James Corker, clerks, for, 84, 85

Constable, Nicholas, 65

", Robert, esq., alias Robert Viscount Dunbar, 24, 25

", William, "popish recusant," 128

", charged with "suffering an unlawful preacher to escape" from his custody, 284

Constables of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, Dionisius Clansey indicted for refusing to assist one of the, in distraining and selling the goods and chattels of a conventicler, 227, 228

" charged with refusing to make returns touching the conventicles and conventiclers within their respective constabularies, 16

Constantine, John, 143

Conventicle Preachers, Names and addresses of,
-, Agas, Benjamin, of St. Giles's-inFields, gent., 166
-, Ainsley the Elder, Samuel, of Spittlefields, 182
-, Alsopp, Benjamin, 250
-, " John, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, gent., 167
-, Annesley, Samuel, of the Liberty of Norton Folgate, co. Midd., clerk, 224, 225, 302
-, Anthrobus, Benjamin, of Cheapside in the City of London, linendraper, 166, 189
-, August, Benjamin, of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, clerk, 178, 179
-, Barham, George, of Hackney, clerk, 175
-, Bates, Dr., of Hackney, 176
-, Baxter, . . . . late of Stepney, lx, 242, 306, 307, 309
-, Bolton, Samuel, of Lumbard Street, goldsmith, 224
-, Browne, John, of Sunbury, co. Midd., fisherman, 219
-, Bryers, Thomas, 250
-, Collins, William, of Stepney, gent., 182, 184
-, Day, Mr. Thomas, convicted of preaching at a meeting house in School House Lane, 185, 187
-, Dent, . . . . of Hackney, clerk, 175, 176
-, Preacher styled "The Old Doctor," gent., 170
-, Foxe, George, convicted of preaching at a certain house in the Savoy, lx, 226, 227
-, Francklyn, Robert, of St. Giles'swithout-Cripplegate, clerk, 172
-, Freeman, Benjamin, of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, apothecary, 166
-, Froysell, Jeremiah, of Stanes, clerk, 190
-, Furgison alias Fargison, Mr., convicted of preaching in Meeting House Alley, 186
-, Gammon, . . . ., 254
-, Gerrett alias Gerratt, Mr., convicted of preaching at Meeting House Alley, 185, 186
-, Gibson, William, late of.St. Mary'sle-Savoy, gent., 168
-, Gibson, William, of Lombard Street in London, 190
-, Greenwood,. . ., of . . ., gent., 168
-, Haile, Richard, of Uxbridge, co. Midd., collarmaker, 219
-, Harris, Mr. . . ., of . . ., 183, 184
-, Humphrys, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, gent., 165, 166
-, James, Mr., convicted of preaching in Nightingale Lane, 186
-, "Kinsman of Mr. Thomas Day," convicted of preaching in Schoolhouse Lane, 187
-, Lambe, Mr. Isaac, convicted of preaching at a meeting house over against Well Close, 185
-, Langley, John, 251
-, Lawrence, Mr., convicted of preaching at Stepney, 185
-, Lobb, Stephen, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, gent., 166
-, Longworth, Roger, of Bolton, co. Lancaster, cordwainer, 189
-, Maskett, Thomas, of St. Tules, Southwark, waterman, 283
-, Meade alias Mead alias Maid, Mr. Mathew, of Stepney, gent., 182, 184
-, Mince alias Minte, Mr., convicted of preaching in Meeting House Alley, 186
-, Morland, "Mr.," of Clapton in Hackney, 177
-, Nesse, Christopher, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 255
-, Nicholett, Thomas, of Stepney, . . . . 308, 309
-, Noy, . . . ., Mr., late of Stepney, 183
-, Parsons, . . . ., late of St. Paul's Covent Garden, gent., 168
-, Partridge alias Partriche, Nathaniel, of Old Street in St. Giles's Cripplegate, gent., 171
-, Penn, William, late of St. Margaret's Westminster, . . . ., 264
-, Persons alias Parsons, John, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields and St. Paul's Covent Garden, gent., 173, 179
-, Phinee, . . . ., late of Stepney, clerk, 239
-, Plant, Thomas, 247, 254, 255
-, Quicke alias Quick, Thomas, of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, clerk, otherwise styled "gent.," 167, 178, 179
-, Read, Joseph, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, gent., otherwise styled "clerk," 167, 178, 180, 181
-, Rood, Onesiphorus, of Hackney, clerk, 176
-, Scotchman, The late, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields and St. Paul's Covent Garden, gent., 173
-, Seeton alias Steeton, Richard, of Wood street, . . . ., 190
-, Smith, . . . ., late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields and St. Paul's Covent Garden, gent., 171
-, Stamper, Frank, of . . . ., 309
-, Stranger, The, of St. Clement's Danes', gent., 173
-, Stratle, . . . . ., of St. Clement's Danes', clerk, 180
-, Straton, Mr., . . . ., late of St. Clement's Danes', gent., 165
-, Strattle, . . . ., late of St. Clement's Danes', gent., 173, 174
-, Sunderland, Robert, convicted of preaching at a house in St. Mary'sle-Savoy, 188, 189
-, Swift, Edward, of Uxbridge, yeoman, 202
-, Thimbleton, Walter, of Stepney, . . . 304, 305, 306, 307, 309
-, Turner, John, of . . . ., 309
-, Vaughton, John, of Clare Market, co. Midd., . . . ., 190
-, Vaugbton, Joshua, of St. Clement's Danes', co. Midd., . . ., 229, 230
-, Warren, . . . ., of Clapton in Hackney, 177
-, Wiggons alias Wiggins, of Hackney, clerk, 175, 177
-, Wilson, Mr., convicted of preaching at the meeting house in Old Gravell Lane, 184
-, Wise, . . . ., of St. Buttolphswithout-Aldgate, clerk, 188
-, Woodcocke alias Woodcock, . . . ., of Hackney, . . . ., 175, 177
-, Wynne, Thomas, late of Stepney, yeoman, 259

Conventiclers, Names, addresses, and callings of:—
-, Abbott, Woolstone, of St. Saviour's Southwarke, warehouseman, 192
-, " Woolstone, late of Stepney, yeoman, 193
-, Adams, Thomas, of Fulham, 301
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth co. Midd., . . . ., 205
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth, co. Midd., wife of . . . . . Adams, . . . ., 205
-, Adcock, Thomas,of Westbury Street, Stepney, 301
-, Addams, . . . ., of Thistleworth, co. Midd., yeoman, 203
-, Adman, Ursula, of Hillingdon, widow, 14
-, Allant, John, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Allen, John, of Westminster, butcher, 165
-, " Richard, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, " Richard, of St. Clement's Danes', grinder, 215
-, Alsopp, John, of Gardner's Lane, in St. Margaret's Westminster, gent. 165
-, Andrew, Grace, late of St. Andrew's Holborn, spinster, 294
-, Andrewes, Richard, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Andrews, Benjamin, of Stepney, 202
-, Annesley, Samuel, of St. Faith's near Spittlefields, 302
-, Antrobus, Robert, of St. James's Clerkenwell, grocer, 302, 304
-, Arndell, Oswell, of Stepney, 302
-, Arter, Alexander, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Field's, yeoman, 196
-, Asher, . . . ., of Hackney, widow, 194
-, " . . . . of Clapton, widow, 176
-, Ashfield, Patience, of Staines, co. Midd., widow, 205, 213
-, Astley, John, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Atkins, William, late of Stepney, taylor, 235
-, Atkinson, John, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Awstin, William, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Ayres, Alexander, late of Stepney, taylor, 235
-, Bagby, Elizabeth, of Stoke Newington, widow, 302, 304
-, Baker, John, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Balls, Samuel, late of Stepney, salter, 288
-, Bankes, Ellen, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, wife of Thomas Bankes, taylor, 290, 291
-, Barker, John, of Stepney, throwster, 302
-, Barnes, William, of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 302
-, Barnell, John, of Spittlefields, conventicle preacher, 18
-, Barrow alias Barrowe, John, of Little George Street, Stepney, silkestockin-weaver, 287, 301
-, Barter, Joan, of Drury Lane, widow, 18
-, Bartlet, Sarah, late of St. James's Clarkenwell, 309
-, Bartlett, Christopher, of Stepney, tailor, 298
-, Bathow alias Bathoe, Sarah, of Cherry Tree Alley, in St. Giles's Cripplegate, widow of the late Thomas Bathoe, clerk, 239, 240
-, Beach alias Beech, James, the elder, of St. Margaret's Westminster, vintner, 198, 207
-, Beach, James, the younger, of St. Margaret's Westminster, vintner, 198
-, " Richard, of St. Margaret's Westminster, 18
-, " Robert, of St. Margaret's Westminster, 301
-, " William, of the Strand, vintner, 200
-, Beale, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, ironmonger, 197
-, " Joseph, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Beby, Musgrave, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, vintner, 200.
-, Belton, William, of Chipping Barnett, co. Herts, mealeman, 172
-, Bennet, Benjamin, late of Stepney, tailor, 235
-, " John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Bennett, Anne, of Stepney, householder, 239
-, Bingley, William, of St. Gregory's, in London, wholesaleman, 258
-, Binne, John, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Bisse, Timothy, late of Stepney, wool-comber, 235, 236
-, Blagrave, Edward, of St. Leonard's Foster Lane, London, goldsmith, 192, 193
-, Bland alias Dod alias Whetwell, Richard, late of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, 241, 260
-, Bluder, Marmaduke, of Aldgate, haberdasher, 230
-, Board, Edward, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Bolton, Samuel, of Lumbard Street, goldsmith, 210
-, Booth, John, 297
-, Boston, Jaabesse, late of Stepney, pewterer, 235
-, Bowler, William, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Boyler, William, 297
-, Boyt, John, of St. Giles's-withoutCripplegate, pinn-maker, 262
-, Bradsmith, Robert, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Brackford, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Brasey, Nathaniel, 301
-, Brathwayte, James, of Wappin, 18
-, Broadfield, Thomas, late of Stepney, co. Midd., nailer, 223
-, Brooke alias Brooks, Edward, of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, grocer, 18
-, Brookes, Henry, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Brown, John, of . . . ., 298
-, Browne, Benjamin, of Hounsditch, London, calendar, 287
-, " William, late of St. Martin's-in-the Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Brunt, Simon, late of St. Sepulchre's, taylor, 30
-, " Symon, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, taylor, 290, 291
-, Brunter, Frances, . . . ., 247
-, Bryers, Richard, of . . . . in-theFields, 250
-, Bull, Stephen, of St. Bartholomew's Close, London, plaisterer, 192,193
-, Bunday, John, of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, calender-maker, 213
-, Burnett, William, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Burton, John, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Butcher, Richard, of St. Martin'sle-Grand, London, bodyes-maker, 259
-, Butter, Samuel, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Cambridge, Elizabeth, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, . . . ., 249, 250, 251
-, Cammell, William, at the house of Mrs. Bruce, schoolmaster's wife, 212
-, Carlill, William, of Miles Lane, London, taylor, 192, 193
-, Carnegy, George, of Westminster, glover, 165
-, Carter, Andrew, of the Bell in Tuttle Street, 18
-, Cartwright, Hester, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, widow, 214
-, Cave, Thomas, of St. James's Clarkenwell, baker, 302, 304
-, Ceade, John, late 01 St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, cordwayner, 161
-, Challis, Mary, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 290
-, Chalkley, John, of St. James's Duke's Place, in London, cordweyner, 297
-, Champan, William, of Stepney, horner, 301
-, Champion, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Chandler, Samuel, of Hillingdon, bricklayer, 14
-, Chapman, James, of Thistleworth, . . . ., 202, 203
-, " John, of Thistleworth, co. Midd., . . . ., 203
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth, co. Midd., wife of John Chapman, . . . ., 203
-, Chappell, Thomas, of Stepney, throwster, 302
-, Chesworth alias Cheswell, Abraham, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, 302
-, Chinn, . . . ., of . . . ., 171
-, Clare, Gilbert the Earl, convicted of wilfully and wittingly permitting sixteen several conventicles to be held in his house called the Old Playhouse, in Vere Street, in St. Clement's Danes', 177, 178
-, Clarke, Jasper, late of Stepney, silkeweaver, 235
-, " John, of Witney, co. Oxon., . . . ., 226
-, " Samuel, late of St. Sepulchre's, laborer, 29, 30
-, Clerk, William, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Cliff, John, of Fanchurch Street, London, chandler, 192, 193
-, Cliffe, John, late of Stepney, taylor, 235
-, Cockerell, James, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, . . . ., 194
-, Cockrell, James, the elder, 171
-, " . . . ., the younger, of St. Mary's-le-Savoy, . . . ., 171
-, Cole, . . . ., of . . . ., 171
-, " Edward, of Old Streete, in St. Giles's Cripplegate, 302
-, " Katherine, of Stepney, widow, 302, 304
-, Coleburne, Charles, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Coleman, Joseph, late of Stepney, tin-plate-worker, 288, 289
-, Collett, Elizabeth, of Ave Mary Lane, wife of Mathew Collett the Elder, 309
-, " Mathew, the Elder, of Ave Mary Lane, woollen draper, 309
-, " Mathew, the Younger, of Ave Mary Lane, . . . ., 309
-, Collier, John, late of Stepney, cordwainer, 288, 289
-, Collins, Moses, late of Stepney, carpenter, 235
-, Collit, Richard, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, vintner, 199
-, Collyer, John, late of Stepney, carpenter, 235
-, Colson, John, of Wapping, mathematician, 262
-, Comp, Robert, of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 18
-, Compton, Peter, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Cook, Francis, of St. Saviour's Southwarke, gardiner, 262
-, Cooper, William, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, weaver, 290
-, Cordred, John, late of Stepney, lathcleaver, 235, 236
-, Cordwell, William, of Rose Alley, in St. Buttolph's Bishopsgate, stocken-weaver, 254
-, Cottle, William, of Twitenham, co. Midd., . . . ., 203
-, " . . . ., of Twitenham, co. Midd., wife of William Cottle, . . . ., 203
-, Cottrell, William, of Twitenham, co. Midd., yeoman, 203
-, " . . . ., of Twitenham, co. Midd., wife of William Cottrell, yeoman, 203
-, Cox, Thomas, of Whitechappell, vintner, 211
-, Cradock, Thomas, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Crossby, Richard, late of St. Sepulchre's, cutler, 29, 30
-, Curtis, John, at the Hartichoke, in Witch Street, porter, 212
-, Dale, North, of Katherine Wheel Alley, in Whitechappell, . . . ., 225
-, Dalimore, Robert, late of Quaker's Street, in or near Spittlefields, in Stepney, .... 258
-, Dane, George, late of St. Sepulchre's, taylor, 29, 30
-, Davies, Evan, late of Stepney, glazier, 288, 289
-, " Joseph, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, gent., 299
-, Davis, Richard, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, chandler, 197
-, Day, the Younger, . . . ., of. . . ., 171
-, Denham, John, of Cripplegate, London, "Blackwellhall, factor," 192, 193
-, " Nathaniel, of. . . ., 296
-, Dennis, Benjamin, of Stepney, 201
-, Dew, John, 2
-, Deyton, Stephen, late of Stepney, taylor, 235
-, Dickes, William, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, 302
-, Dickens, William, of Eastcheap, in the City of London, draper, 192
-, Dilley, Josiah, late of Stepney, brasier, 288
-, Dix, William, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, haberdasher, 302
-, Dixon, Thomas, of Whitechappell, 249
-, Dod alias Bland alias Whetwell, Richard, 241, 260
-, Dodrick, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Dodsworth, Christopher, of Whitechappell, 249, 250, 255
-, Dorrington, Theophilus, of St. John's Hackney, taylor, 302
-, Dover, Richard, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Drades, Joseph, of Fanchurch Street, Street, London, gent., 192, 193
-, Drinkwater, Richard, of St. Trinity Minorites, gunsmith, 302
-, Dukery, William, late of Stepney, draper, 193
-, Dunbarr, Thomas, of Westminster, glover, 165
-, " William, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, " William, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Edge alias Hedgkin, John, 248
-, Edges, John, late of St. Mary's-leSavoy, tinman, 170
-, " John, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, bricklayer, 195
-, Ekins, John, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Elderkin, Benjamin, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 161
-, Ellett, . . . ., of . . . ., 171
-, Ellis, . . . ., of the Strand, salesman, 201
-, Emerson, Timothy, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, oylman, 198, 200, 244
-, Evans, David, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Everet, Edward, of the Minories, London, shoemaker, 256
-, Every, Paul, late of Stepney, weaver, 235
-, Farr, Edward, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Fells, Joseph, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, goldsmith, 262
-, Fenn, Robert, of St. Alban's, Wood Street, London, tailor, 298
-, Fenton, Richard, late of St. Sepulchre's, laborer, 29, 30
-, Ferguson, John, of Whitechappell, cheesemonger, 255, 256
-, Firsland, Andrew, of Aldgate, surgeon, 230
-, Fisher, Martha, of St. Mary's-leSavoy, 230
-, Fletcher, Phineas, late of St. Sepulchre's, gent., 263
-, Floyd, Edward, of Whitechappell, 249
-, Fly, Timothy, of Hillingdon, draper, 14
-, Fowler, Samuel, of St. Allhallow's Parva, sugar-baker, 263
-, Fox, Edmond, late of St. Sepulchre's, hatmaker, 29, 30
-, " Sara, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, wife of William Fox, taylor, 290
-, Franklyn, William, of Harmonsworth co. Midd., yeoman, 203, 205
-, Franks, John, 248
-, Freeman, Benjamin, of St. Clement's Danes', apothecary, 200, 201
-, Freind, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Fuller, Robert, of Whitechappell, 251
-, " Thomas, of Thistleworth co. Midd., yeoman, 203
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth co. Midd., wife of Thomas Fuller, yeoman, 203
-, Funderbarton, George, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Gammon, John, of Stepney co. Midd., 247
-, Gamon, Margaret, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, widow, 214
-, Gardner, Katherine, of St. Andrew's Holborn, widow, 301
-, Garraway, Benjamin, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Garrett, William, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Garwell, George, of Heston co. Midd., yeoman, 202
-, " William, of Heston, co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203
-, Gates, William, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, 18
-, Gedding, Zacharias, of Hillingdon, smith, 14
-, Gibbons, Jonas, of Endfield, yeoman, 301
-, Gibbs, Paul, of Northumberland House, in St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, gardener, 215
-, " Thomas, of Cannon Street, in St. Mary's Abchurch, London, . . . ., 252
-, Gibson, William, late of St. Sepulchre's, joyner, 29, 30
-, Gill, George, 248
-, Good, Robert, late of St. Botolph'swithout - Aldgate, husbandman, 290
-, Goodall, Francis, of Draton co. Midd., yeoman, 203, 204
-, " . . . ., of Draton co. Midd., wife of Francis Goodall, yeoman, 203, 204
-, Goodwin, Elizabeth, of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, spinster, 213
-, Graham, Alexander, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, tailor, 195
-, Gravener, John, of the Bowlinge Alley, chandler, 18
-, Gray, Elizabeth, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, wife of Joel Gray, laborer, 214
-, Green, Thomas, of St. Mary's-leSavoy, salesman, 210
-, " Thomas, of Gracechurch Street, haberdasher, 223, 224
-, Greene, George, of St. Mary's-leStrand, salesman, 199
-, " John, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, " Theophilus, of Woxbridge, 19
-, Greeve, John, of St. Bartholomew'sle-Exchange, bookkeeper, 263
-, Gregory, Edward, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, sailor, 214
-, Griffin, John, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Groves, James, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Grundee, Elizabeth, . . . ., 247
-, Gyden, Richard, of Harmondsworth co. Midd., 205
-, Gyles, William, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, leather-cutter, 206, 207
-, Haeles (otherwise Hales), John, of Stanes co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203
-, " (variously spelt Haels, Hale, Heales), Richard, of Uxbridge co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203, 204, 208, 219
-, Hales, William, of Uxbridge, yeoman, 204, 205
-, Halsey, Clement, of St. Sepulchre's, . . . ., 247
-, Harrison, James, of Salisbury Court, London, hatter, 225
-, " John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Harvey, John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Hassellop alias Hasslopp, Hugh, late of St. Sepulchre's, apothecary, 30
-, Hatchett, Henry, of St. Sepulchre's, 301
-, Haughton alias Halton, Owen, of Stepney co. Midd., brewer, 252
-, Hawe, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Hawkins, Mark, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, weaver, 290
-, " Thomas, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, weaver, 290
-, Hayle, Richard, of Hillingdon, coller-maker, 14, 15
-, Heales (variously spelt Haels, Haeles, Hale), of Uxbridge co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203, 204, 208, 219
-, Hedgin alias Edge, John, 248
-, Helly, Darby, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Hemings, Nathaniel, late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Hicks, Richard, late of St. Sepulchre's, hat-maker, 29, 30
-, Hicockes, Zachary, of Woodstreete, London, wyerdrawer, 263
-, Higbey, Daniel, of St. Clement's Danes', cheesemonger, 171
-, Hill, Robert, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, " Thomas, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, weaver, 290
-, Hilton, Sarah, of . . . ., 296
-, Himes, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Hobson, Thomas, of St. James's Clarkenwell, butcher, 301
-, Hockenhull, George, of Hackney, esq., 174
-, Hoddon, Henry, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Hodge, Henry, of Chipping Barnett co. Herts, butcher, 172
-, " Samuel, of South Mymms co. Midd., butcher, 172, 183
-, Hollifeild, Mathew, of St. Paul's Shadwell, . . . ., 239
-, Holloway, Christopher, late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, " Cuthbert, late of Stepney, laborer, 235, 236
-, Honyburne, William, late of St. Sepulchre's, smith, 29, 30
-, Hooker, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, " William, of Southwarke, brewer, 18
-, Hopkin, Robert, late of St. Sepulchre's, shoemaker, 29, 30
-, Hopkins, Thomas, of St. Thomas's Southwark, weaver, 230
-, Horsley, Susan, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 214
-, Howlett, Joan, late of Stepney co. Midd., widow, 223
-, Hudson, George, late of St. Andrew's Holborn, yeoman, 255, 294
-, Hudspeth, Thomas, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Field's, taylor, 161
-, Humphreys, Martha, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, widow, 161
-, Hunter, George, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Hutchings, Samuel, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Iles, William, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, leather-cutter, 161
-, Ingrum, . . . ., of St. Mary's-leSavoy, glover, 207
-, Ireland, James, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Ivors, James, of St. Paul's Shadwell, 301
-, Jackson, Ann, of . . . ., wife of John Jackson, . . . ., 287
-, " Martin, of Shoreditch, 18
-, Jadd, Rebecca, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 290
-, Jadell, John, 248
-, Jaques, Isaac, of St. Margaret's Westminster, drawer, 241
-, Jeffryes, John, late of Stepney, dyer, 235, 236
-, Jenkins, John, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, cheesemonger, 253
-, Johnson, Edward, late of Stepney, taylor, 235
-, " Thomas, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Jones, John, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 196, 197
-, " John, of St. Andrew's Holborn, glover, 210
-, Jordan, John, of Bishopgate, London, weaver, 192, 193
-, Joyner, Jonathan, of . . . ., 296
-, " Jonathan, late of Stepney, cloth-dyer, 235
-, Kerton, William, of Kensington, 18
-, Keys, Marcus, late of Stepney, throwster, 235
-, Kidgell, John, of St. Andrew's Holbome, stationer, 228
-, Kiffen, Joseph, of St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, gent., 14
-, King, Henry, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, King, John, of Fenchurch Street, London, woollen-draper, 192, 193
-, " John, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, mason, 246, 247, 251
-, " John, of Shadwell, cheesemonger, 302, 304
-, " Robert, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, mason, 198, 200
-, Kisgrane, Alexander, of St. James's Clerkenwell, twister, 301
-, Knight, John, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, gent, and mercer, 302, 304
-, Knowles, Mr., convicted of being present at a conventicle in Nightingale Lane, 185
-, " Anthony, of White Row, near Spittlefields, Stepney, carpenter, 301
-, Labory, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, 29, 30
-, Lamb, Thomazine, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, wife of Christopher Lamb, cordwainer, 290
-, Lane, John, of Clapton, in Hackney, Alderman of the City of London, esq., 176, 194
-, " Richard, of Sundon, co. Beds, carryer, 225
-, Langdale, Samuel, late of Stepney, salter, 288
-, Langley, John, late of Stepney, merchant, 288
-, " Samuel, late of Stepney, merchant, 289
-, Latey, Gilbert, of St. Mary's-leSavoy, yeoman, 207
-, Laughton, John, of Hillingdon, smith, 14
-, Lawrence, Edward, of Moorfields, in St. Leonard's Shoreditch, gent., 263, 301
-, Laws, Francis, of Stepney, weaver, 230
-, Lee, Annie, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, wife of John Lee, gent, 214
-, Lennill, William, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Leoman, Mary, late of Stepney co. Midd., spinster, 223
-, Ley, Anne, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, widow, 301
-, Light, Hugh, late of Stepney, sawyer, 235
-, Lindsey, Valentine, late of St. Botolph's - without - Aldgate, cook, 290
-, Lloyd, Mallica, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Locke, Ann, of Thistleworth co. Midd., widow, 205
-, Lockwood, John, of St. Margaret's Westminster, pipe-maker, 207
-, London, Dorcas, of St. Clement's Danes', . . . ., 195
-, Loveday, Simon, of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, yeoman, 14
-, Lowe, Richard, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Lucas, James, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Lugg, Richard, late of Stepney, blacksmith, 235
-, Mabbot, Elizabeth, 297
-, Mackmillion, Mary, late of St. Andrew's Holborn, spinster, 294, 302
-, Macey, Francis, late of St. Sepulchre's, scrivener, 29, 30
-, Mallot, Thomas, of Hare Street in Stepney, victualler, 253
-, Man, Edward, of Edmonton, haberdasher, 302, 303, 304
-, Mandeville, Isabel, late of St. Sepulchre's, wife of Jeggon Mandeville, yeoman, 263
-, Manning, Benjamin, of St. Andrew's Holborn, joyner, 302
-, Marshall, Edward, late of St. Sepulchre's, laborer, 29, 30
-, " William, late of Stepney, frameworke - knitter, 235, 236
-, Marten, Henry, late of Stepney, frameworke-knitter, 288, 289
-, Marter, Marabelle, of Thistleworth, widow, 202, 206
-, Martin, Edward, late of St. Sepulchre's, taylor, 30
-, Martin, Richard, of St. Olave's Southwark co. Surrey, salesman, 256
-, Marvell, John, of Stepney, 302
-, Mascall, Thomas, late of Whitechappell, yeoman, 283
-, Mason, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, weaver, 29, 30
-, " William, late of St. Sepulchre's, upholsterer, 29, 30
-, Mathews, Charles, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, " John, of St. John's Street co. Midd., 248
-, Matthews, William, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, May, Gregory, of St. Margaret's Westminster, . . . ., 226
-, Meacher, Michael, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, " Richard, late of Monmouth Street, St. Martin's - in - the - Fields, tailor, 195, 197
-, Medford, Robert, of Wapping, in Stepney, marriner, 242
-, Megg (otherwise Meggs), Mrs., of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 194, 195
-, Mercy, Walter, of Westbury Street, Stepney, 301
-, Middleton, Thomas, 171
-, Mills, James, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Moldyn, John, late of Stepney, cordwinder, 235, 236
-, Monford, Joan, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, widow, 301
-, Moody, Anne, of Stepney, widow, 302
-, Moore, John, of . . . ., 215
-, Morffin, Bryan, of Drury Lane, 18
-, Morris, William, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, " William, of St. Gregory's, near St. Paul's Church, baker, 215
-, Murden, Robert, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, gunsmith, 195
-, Murrey, Randall, late of Oxendon Street, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, cordwainer, 195, 197
-, Nash, John, of St. Giles's-withoutCripplegate, 302
-, Nation, Edward, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Nelson, John, of St. Sepulchre's, 248
-, Nemoe, George, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Nevill, Richard, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, near White Crosse Street, bricklayer, 302
-, Niccoll, John, of Hillingdon, 14
-, Niccolls, Henry, of . . . ., goldsmith, 172
-, Nicholas, Ralph, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Nichols, John, of Cowley, tanner, 14
-, Nickollet, Thomas, of Stepney, 302
-, Nickolls, Heman, of Stepney, cheesemonger, 302
-, Nicolls, Fell, late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, tailer, 197
-, Noble, Edward, of Quakers Street, in or near Spittlefields, in Stepney, . . . ., 258
-, " William, of Bread Street, London, grocer, 192, 193
-, Norris, Henry, late of Stepney, tobacco-cutter, 235
-, Nory, John, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Oakley, Anne, of St. John's Hackney, 301
-, " John, of St. John's Hackney, 301
-, Oates, Ralph, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Ogbourne, Samuel, late of Stepney, weaver, 235
-, Ogleby, James, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Oldum, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Orman, Robert, of Bread Street, London, salter, 192, 193
-, Painter, Benjamin, late of Stepney, frame-worker, 235
-, Palmer, Mary, 297
-, Parker, Alexander, of St. Clement's Lane, London, haberdasher, 2, 226
-, " John, of Rose Lane, Stepney, 301
-, " Sinlia, of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, spinster 213
-, Parnam, Richard, late of St. Sepulchre's, silversmith, 29, 30
-, Parnell, William, late of Endfield, yeoman, 286, 301
-, Parr, Richard, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, victualler, 302, 304
-, Peale, William, late of Stepney, cabinett-maker, 235, 236
-, " William, of Glasse-house Yard, in St. Botolph's-withoutAldersgate, coachman, 256
-, Pearse, Thomas, late of Stepney, weaver, 235
-, Peeps (otherwise Pepys), Richard, of St. James's Clerkenwell, gent., 302, 309
-, Peirse, John, of Spend, in Barkshire, maltster, 230
-, Penn, William, late of St. Margaret's Westminster, . . . ., 264, 265
-, Pennyman, John, of Aldersgate Street, woollen-draper, 18
-, Percivall, Thomas, of Drury Lane, taylor, 214
-, Phelps, Elizabeth, late of St. Sepulchre's, spinster, 263
-, " Mary, late of St. Sepulchre's, spinster, 263
-, Phillis, Justicia, of Stepney co. Midd., 247, 249
-, Phips, Fortuna, of Round Court, wife of Henry Phips, cap-maker, 212
-, Pierceifull, Phillip, 211
-, Pillimore, Daniel, late of Stepney, silk-weaver, 235, 236
-, Pitcher, Leonard, of Twitenham co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203
-, " . . . ., of Twitenham co. Midd., wife of Leonard Pitcher, yeoman, 203
-, Pocock, Thomas, of Thistleworth co. Midd., yeoman, 203
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth co.
-, Midd., wife of Thomas Pocock, yeoman, 203
-, Polter, James, of Harmonsworth co. Midd., yeoman, 202, 203, 204
-, " . . . ., of Harmonsworth co. Midd., wife of James Polter, yeoman, 203, 204
-, " William, of Harmansworth co. Midd., yeoman, 204, 205
-, " . . . ., of Harmansworth co. Midd., wife of William Polter, yeoman, 204, 205
-, Pont, Alice, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 214
-, Poole, Benjamin, of Bishopgate, London, gent., 192, 193
-, " John, late of Stepney, framework-knitter, 193
-, " Joseph, of Bishopgate, London, frame-work-knitter, 192
-, Porter, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, laborer, 29, 30
-, " Thomas, of Stepney, 302
-, Potter, John, of Southwarke, cordwainer, 18
-, Poulter, James, of Princes Street, in St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, shoemaker, 228
-, Powell, John, of Whitechappell, 302
-, " Thomas, late of Stepney, milliner, 235
-, Price, Richard, of Stepney, weaver, 258, 302
-, Prince, William, of Hillingdon, chandler, 14
-, Prior, Alice, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 290, 291
-, Prosser, John, of Bowe Street, Westminster, schoolmaster, 212
-, Puckle, Anne, late of St. Sepulchre's, wife of Thomas Puckle, gent., 263
-, Pye, . . . ., of St. Martin's-in-theFields, . . . ., 199
-, Quinton, Samuel, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, razor-maker, 254
-, Ran, Alexander, of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, silk-throwster, 213
-, Randall, Mary, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, spinster, 214
-, Ransom, Sara, late of Stepney co. Midd., spinster, 223
-, Rayson, Joseph, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Read, Mr., of Bloomsbury, 214, 215
-, " Joseph, junior, late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Read, Samuel, of Carter's Rents, near Brick Lane, in Stepney, weaver, 296
-, Reading, John, late of Stepney, weaver, 288, 289
-, Redhead, James, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, . . . ., 226
-, Reives, Nicholas, of St. Mary's-leSavoy, tailor, 195
-, Rich, John, of Grub Street, in St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, London, 192, 193
-, Richards, Michael, of St. Giles'swithout - Cripplegate, weaver, 226
-, Richardson, . . . ., of Uxbridge co. Midd., inholder, 207, 208
-, Rimmington, John, late of Stepney, cordwinder, 235
-, Roberts, Francis, late of Stepney, instrument maker, 288
-, " James, of Newport House in St. Martin's-in-theFields, 301
-, " John, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196, 197
-, " Joslin, of St. Buttolph'swithout-Bishopsgate, silkman, 192 193
-, " Owen, 251
-, " Richard, of Hillingdon, cordweinor, 14
-, Rose, John, of Goat's Alley, St. Giles's Cripplegate, 301
-, " Robert, of St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, 264
-, Russell, William, late of St. Sepulchre's, taylor, 29, 30
-, " William, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, taylor, 290, 291
-, Sales, William, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, farrier, 215
-, Sanders, William, of Chipping Barnett co. Herts, tallow-chandler, 172
-, Satchell, George, of St. Mary's-leStrand, salesman, 199
-, Saterwaite, William, of Bishopgate, weaver. 230
-, Saunders, Thomas, 18
-, Sculthorpe, Philippa, of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, spinster, 213
-, Scory, John, of Hillingdon, yeoman, 14
-, Searle, William, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Sells, Laurence, of St. Andrew's Holborn, joyner, 214
-, Sheafald, . . . ., the Elder, and his wife, 171
-, " the Younger, . . . ., and his wife, 171
-, Sheares, Blanch, late of St. James's Clerkenwell, . . . ., 309
-, Sherley, Edward, late of Stepney, cordwinder, 235
-, Sherrod, Thomas, of Thistleworth co. Midd., . . . . ., 203
-, " . . . ., of Thistleworth co. Midd., wife of Thomas Sherrod, . . . . 203
-, Shimmen, George, late of St. Sepulchre's, waterman, 29, 30
-, Simes, Elias, of St. Clement's Danes', upholder, 198, 199
-, Simson, Joseph, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Slade, Henry, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Slatter, John, of Wentworth Street, vintner, 18
-, Slye, . . . ., of St. Buttolph's Bishopgate, 254
-, Smith, . . . ., of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, tayler, 199
-, " Eluthorius, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, 302, 304
-, " Henry, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, wharfinger, 161
-, Smith, John, of Golding Lane, in St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, chandler, 247
-, " Mary, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, wife of George Smith, caulker, 214
-, " Robert, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, " Thomas, of Charterhouse Yard, in St. Botolph's Aldersgate, . . . ., 263
-, Soane, John, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, 302
-, South, Thomas, of Whitechappell, smith, 230
-, Spence, . . . ., of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, . . . ., 198
-, Spencer, Thomas, of Stoke Newington, gent., 302
-, Stacey, Abraham, late of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, cook, 290, 291
-, Stanborough, John, of St. Giles'swithout-Cripplegate, tailor, 192
-, " John, late of Stepney, taylor, 193
-, Steeds, Robert, of St. Alban's, Wood Street, farrier, 297
-, Steevens, Edward, of Whitechappell, . . . ., 259
-, Stephens, Edward, of Whitechappell, butcher, 231
-, " Walter, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Stiles, James, of . . . . co. Bucks, yeoman, 202
-, Stokes, Samuel, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Stone, John, of Stepney, 301
-, Strickland, Thomas, St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, 29, 30
-, Stubbs, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 197
-, Suadon, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, taylor, 29, 30
-, Suckman, Abraham, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, cheesemonger, 254
-, Swann, Nathaniel, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, saddler, 301
-, Swift, Edward, of Uxbridge co. Midd., yeoman, 203, 204, 205
-, Tadley, Peter, late of Stepney, thred-throwster, 235
-, Tailor, William, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Tapping, Richard, 2
-, Tayler, . . . ., of Uxbridge co. Midd., widow, 203, 204
-, Tayler, Joseph, late of Stepney, thredman, 235, 236
-, Taylor, Jeremiah, of St. Margaret's Westminster, taylor, 207
-, " John, of St. Sepulchre's, tapestry-weaver, 247
-, Tempest, Christopher, late of St. Sepulchre's, butcher, 29, 30
-, Terrall, Jonathan, of Hillingdon, labourer, 14, 15
-, " Joseph, of Hillingdon, laborer, 14
-, Theft, Thomas, of St. Clement's Danes', carrier, 211
-, Thimbleton, Walter, of Stepney, 302, 304, 305, 306, 307
-, Thomas, Christopher, of Tuttle Street, Westminster, 258, 259
-, Thoroughgood, John, near Cow Lane, St. Sepulchre's, cutler, 302
-, Tingly, Gregory, of St. Clement's Danes', spectacle-maker, 206
-, Tooley, Marcia, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, widow, 290
-, Townsend, Richard, junior, of Hackney, glazier, 296
-, Treford, Thomas, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Tucker, John, 297
-, Turner, John, of St. Andrew's Holborn, gent., 14
-, Tymmes, Elizabeth, of Whitechappell, 302
-, Upton, Hugh, of St. Trinity's Minorites, merchant, 239
-, " Mary, late of St. Andrew's Holborn, spinster, 295
-, Varnum, William, late of Stepney co. Midd., yeoman, 223
-, Varreny, John, late of Stepney, weaver, 235
-, Waite, . . . ., of St. Mary's-le-Savoy, . . . ., 171
-, Waite, Daniel, of St. Clement's Danes', boddis-maker, 171, 194, 195
-, Walker, Richard, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Walter, John, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, yeoman, 290, 291
-, Walters, John, of Whitechappell 301
-, Ward, James, of St. Saviour's co. Surrey, ribbon-weaver, 247
-, " William, of Hogg Lane in St. Leonard's Shoreditch, 254
-, Ware, Richard, late of St. Sepulchre's, plasterer, 29, 30
-, Waterson, John, of Whitechappell, yeoman, 233
-, Watlington, John, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 214
-, Watson, William, of Golden Lane, 18
-, Watts, Katherine, late of St. Sepulchre's, wife of . . . . Watts, yeoman, 263
-, Weale, Samuel, of . . . ., 215
-, Webb, . . . ., of St. Clement's Danes', salesman, 194, 195
-, " Rebecca, late of Stepney co. Midd., wife of Thomas Webb, victualler, 223
-, Webly, Samuell, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Webster, Godfrey, of London, citizen and packer, 192, 193
-, Weight (otherwise Weigh), . . . ., late of St. Mary's-le-Savoy, salesman, 170, 195
-, Wells, John, late of Stepney, tobaccocutter, 235
-, " Richard, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, West, Safer, of St. Margaret's Westminster, cheesemonger, 231
-, Wheate, Richard, of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, labourer, 18
-, Whetwell alias Bland alias Dod, Richard, 241, 260
-, White, Benjamin, late of Stepney, yeoman, 235
-, " George, of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldersgate Street, weaver, 247
-, " Henry, of Trinity Minories, London, stationer, 192, 193
-, " Robert, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, yeoman, 301
-, " William, of Drury Lane, confectioner, 18
-, Whitehead, Stephen, late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Whitfeild, Joan, late of Stepney co. Midd., wife of John Whitfeild, silke-throwster, 223
-, Whitwell, Lewis, of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, gent., 260
-, Wickes or Weekes, Richard, of St. James's Clerkenwell, potifex, 301, 302, 304
-, Wiersdell, Nathaniel, of St. Giles's Cripplegate, 302
-, Wild alias Bull, William, of. . . ., chandler, and his wife, 172
-, Wildes, John, of Stepney, 302
-, Wildman, John, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, esq., 302, 304
-, Willcox, . . . ., of St. Mary's-leStrand, goldsmith, 199
-, Williams, James, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Williamson, Mary, of . . . ., 296
-, Willis, Henry, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 196
-, Winch, . . . ., of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, . . . ., 198, 199
-, Winckles, George, late of Stepney, porter, 235, 236
-, Wine, William, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, glover, 226
-, Winfeild, Richard, 248
-, Wise, John, of St. Gabriel's Fenchurch Street, London, clockmaker, 192, 193
-, " Lawrence, of Vine Court, Stepney, 301
-, Woodrooff (otherwise Woodroffe), Thomas, of St. Bartholomew's Minor, London, gent., 192, 193
-, Woodward, Robert, late of St.
-, Sepulchre's, laborer, 29, 30
-, Woodward, Zaccheus, of Hillingdon, clerk, 13, 14
-, Wottle, Benjamin, late of Stepney, cordwinder, 235, 236
-, Wythers, Anthony, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, 246
-, Yeates, Daniel, of Stepney, merchant, 306, 307
-, Zachary, Thomas, of London, woodmonger, 223, 224

Conventicles held at the following places:—
-, Bednall alias Bethnall Green, 230
-, Bloomsbury, in Mr. Read's meetinghouse, 214, 215
-, Catt Alley, near Long Acre, 263
-, Clapton, in the dwelling-house of . . . . Asher, widow, 176, 194
-, Clapton, in Hackney, at the dwelling-house of John Lane, Alderman of the City of London, 176
-, Edmonton co. Midd., in the house of Richard Chaire, chandler, 174
-, Endfeild, in the house of William Parnell, 286
-, George Street, in the house of John Barrow, weaver, 287
-, Hackney, in the dwelling-house of George Barham, clerk, 175
-, Hackney, in the house of George Hockenhull, esq., 174, 175, 176
-, Hackney, in the house of John Lane, esq., citizen and alderman, 194
-, Hackney, at a certain meetinghouse, 175
-, Hackney, at a meeting-house, 177
-, Longford, in parish of Harmonsworth, 202, 203, 205, 206
-, Meeting-House Alley, in a certain meeting-house called Rider's Meeting-House, 186
-, Meeting-House Alley, in a certain meeting-house, 185, 186
-, A Meeting-House, 247
-, A place called the Peele MeetingHouse, 248
-, Nightingale Lane, in a certain meeting-house, 185, 186
-, Norton Folgate, 255
-, St. Andrew's Holborn, 294
-, St. Andrew's Holborne, in the dwelling-house of John Kidgell, stationer, 228
-, Rose Alley, in St. Buttolph's Bishopsgate, in the house of William Cordwell, stocken-weaver, 254
-, St. Buttolph's Bishopgate, in the house of . . . ., Slye, 254
-, St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, 213, 290
-, St. Botolph's - without - Aldersgate, 244
-, Glasse-house Yard, in St. Botolph'swithout-Aldersgate, in the house of William Peale, coachman, 256
-, St. Buttolph's-without-Algate, in the house of Mr. Wise, clerk, 188
-, St. Buttolph's Aldersgate-without, in Glasshouse Yard, 225
-, St. Clement's Danes', in the house of an unknown person, 165
-, St. Clement's Danes', in a house called the Old Playhouse, belonging to Gilbert, the Earl Clare, 173, 174, 178, 180
-, St. Giles's Cripplegate, in the house of Nathaniel Partridge, in Old Street, 171
-, St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, "at a certain house in Blew Anchor Alley," 172
-, St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, in the house of Robert Rose, 264
-, St. Giles's - in - the - Fields, in the house of an unknown person, 166, 167
-, St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, at "a certain house or place of meeting," 178, 181, 214
-, Le Little Amery, in St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, within the liberties of Westminster, 166, 167
-, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, in Benjamin August's "house or place of meeting," 178, 179
-, St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, in Benjamin August's peculiar dwellinghouse (in sua domo peculiari mansionali), 180
-, . . . .-in-the-Fields, in the house of Richard Bryers, 250
-, St. James's Clerkenwell, 297
-, St. James's Clerkenwell, at St. John's Street, 259
-, St. James's Clerkenwell, in a certain house in St. John's Street, 190
-, St. James's Clerkenwell, in the house of Richard Pepys, gent., 309
-, St. John's Lane co. Midd., in a certain house, 189
-, St. Leonard's Shoreditch, in the house of Richard Bland alias Dod alias Whetwell, 241
-, St. Leonard's Shoreditch, in the house of Richard Bland, in Hodsdon, 260
-, Hogg Lane, in St. Leonard's Shoreditch, in the house of William Ward, 254
-, St. Leonard's Shoreditch, in the house of Lewis Whitwell, gent., 260
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, 258
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in a meeting-place, 206, 207
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in a house of an unknown person, 224
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in a place called "The LittleAmbrey," 228
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in a street called The Ambry alias Ambrey, 258
-, The dwelling-house of Richard Beach, of St. Margaret's Westminster, 18
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in house of James Beech, vintner, 207
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, in the dwelling-house of Safer West, cheesemonger, 231
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 161
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, in the house of an unknown person, 166, 195
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, in the house of Elizabeth Cambridge, 249, 250, 251
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, in the house of John King, mason, 246
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, at the meeting-house in the house of Mrs. Meggs, 194, 195
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields and St. Paul's Covent Garden, in a house called Meggs Meeting-House, 170, 171, 173, 180, 181, 212
-, Swallow Street, St. Martin's-in-the Fields, 195, 196, 197
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, in the house of Anthony Wythers, 246
-, St. Mary's -le- Savoy, 170, 171, 241
-, St. Mary-le-Savoy, in a certain house, 189, 190, 198, 199, 200, 201, 207,
-, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, in the house of an unknown person, 168, 226, 227
-, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, in a meetinghouse, 210, 211, 244
-, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, at a certain meeting-place, 194, 195
-, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, in the house of Martha Fisher, 230
-, St. Mary's-le-Savoy, in dwellinghouse of Gilbert Latey, yeoman, 207
-, St. Paul's Shadwell, in the house of Mathew Hollifeild, . . . ., 239
-, St. Sepulchre's, 263
-, St. Sepulchre's, in the house of John Nelson, 248
-, School House Lane, in a certain meeting-house, 185
-, East Smithfield, 211, 212, 237
-, South Mymms co. Midd., in the house of Samuel Hodge, butcher, 172
-, Spitalfields, 192
-, Spittlefields, in the house of Samuel Ainsley the Elder, 182
-, Stanes co. Midd., in a barn, 190
-, Stepney co. Midd., 223, 235, 254, 288
-, Stepney, in a certain meeting house, 183, 184, 185
-, Stepney, in the dwelling-house of Ann Bennett, 239
-, Stepney, at the house of William Collins, gent., in Old Gravell Lane, 182
-, Old Gravel Lane, in a certain meeting-house, 184
-, Stepney, in the house of John Gammon, 247
-, Stepney, in the house of Mathew Mead, gent., 182
-, Wapping, in Stepney, in the house of Robert Medford, 242
-, Stepney, in a place called The Quakers' Meeting-House, 259
-, Stepney, in the house of Thomas Nicholett, 308, 309
-, Stepney, in Quakers Street, in or near Spittlefields, in Stepney, in the house of Edward Noble, 258
-, Stepney co. Midd., in the house of Justicia Phillis, 247
-, Stepney, in the house of Richard Price, 258
-, St. John's Street, Stepney co. Midd., 252
-, St. John's Street, near Brick Lane, in Stepney, in a house, 256
-, Stepney, in the house of Walter Thimbleton, 306, 307
-, Westbury Street, in Stepney, 256 Swan Alley, 297
-, A certain meeting-house in Three Colt Street, 184
-, Woxbridge, 19
-, Uxbridge, in a certain house, 203, 204, 205, 208
-, Uxbridge, in George Inn, 202, 204, 208, 219
-, Well Close, in a certain meetinghouse, 185
-, Westminster, in a certain house, 198
-, A place called The New Way, within the Liberty of Westminster, 165
-, Whitechappell, in the house of North Dale, in Katherine Wheel Alley, 225
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Thomas Dixon, 249
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Christopher Dodsworth, 249, 250, 255
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Edward Floyd, 249
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Robert Fuller, 251
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Edward Steevens, 259
-, Whitechappell, in the house of Edward Stephens, butcher, 231
-, Whitechappell, in the dwelling-house of John Waterson, yeoman, 233

Conventiclers, A classified list of 684 additional, 266, 267

", Convictions of, lix, lx

", The King's gracious and general pardon of, 304

Conventicles, Constables bound to answer for refusing to make returns touching, 16

Conventicle held in a field, and therefore styled "a Field Conventicle," 297

Conventicles, Joseph Holby's disapproval of the law for suppressing, 191

Conyers, Henry, "popish recusant," 103

Coodris, Walter, 296

Cooke, Dowes, 317

", Henry, 211

", John, acquitted on appeal of permitting a conventicle to be held in his house, 233

", Martha, 282

", Mary, a maid-servant to the Duke of Monmouth, 136

", Ralph, 282

", Richard, 224

", William, 21

", alias Godward, William, 44

Cooleing, Ellinor, "popish recusant," 131

Cooly, Francis, 24

Coombe, James, 211

Cooper, James, 55

", William, 293

Cope, John, 263

Copperthwaite, John, 326

Coppinger, William, gent., 43

Corbisheere, Henry, "suspected papist," 105

Corker, James, catholic priest, xx, xxi, 84, 85, 91, 120, 279, 281

", Jonathan, 5

Cornddle, John, 119

Cornish, Francis, 229

Coroner's Inquisitions-post-mortem, 3, 4, 6, 7, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25, 34, 42, 66, 81, 163, 164, 218, 219, 244, 246, 253, 256, 257, 311, 316, 317, 323, 325, 326, 327

Corr, George, brewer, 35

Corrall, Francis, 96, 120

Corresponding with a person charged with treasonable practices, . . . . Bendish accused of, 296, 297

Cortley, William, 312

Corwin, Robert, " suspected papist," 103

Cotter, James, gent., "reputed Roman Catholic," 106

Cotton, Edward, sentenced to be executed for high treason in levying war against Charles II. at St. Leonard's Shoreditch, xvi, xvii, 10, 271, 272, 273

Courland, Duke of, 146

Cousens, Margaret, 123

Covent Garden, Bakers charged "with keeping and setting their standings within the railes of," 321

Covent Garden, The Wheel of Fortune at, 39

Coventry, Sir John, K.B., 24

", Mr. Secretary, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138

Coverley alias Scroope, Apolonia, 54

Cowell, Anne, 316

", Edmund, 316

Cowley, William, 240

Cox, Frances, "suspected papist," 112

", George, 13

", Nathaniel, 112

Coxe alias Tarter, John, 146

Craine, William, 141

Cratch, Henry, 42

Craven, William, Earle of, 158

Creed, Elizabeth, 315

Cressey, Charles, merchant, "suspected recusant," 145

Cressey, Gabriel, merchant, "suspected recusant," 145

Cressop, John, 72

Crestus, an Indian, 191

Crispe, Thomas, 22

Cromwell, Oliver, words spoken of, 3

Crooke, Thomas, 2

Croshall, Thomas, 66

Crosse, Peter, gent., "suspected papist," 111

Crouch, Cornelius, xlix, 78

", Simon, 325

", William, xxix, 60, 62, 63, 64

Croud, Bernard, "suspected papist 115

Crowsen, William, 309

Cruelly beating her female apprentice, Dorothy Priest convicted of, 71, 72

Crump, John, 90, 120

Crying in the streets, ''Have you any knives to grind?" A vagrant knifegrinder indicted and fined for, 283, 284

Culliford, Laurence, 212, 240

Cullin, John, "suspected Papist," 105

Culvena, Peter, 115

Curzon, Frances, 120

Cusden, Thomas, gent., captain of one of the trayned bands, indicted for unlawfully discharging a rioter, 64

Cushion, John, 18, 19

", Mary, 18

Custom-House officers, Fraud committed by, in dealing with Flanders lace, 148

D.

Dale, Beatrice, xxxvi, xxxvii, 7

", George, gent., 7

", William, 154

Dayley, Dennis, 290, 293

Dallifeilds, Ralph, knt., 1

Dally, Dionisius, 296

Dallyson, Charles, 86

Damascene, John Baptista, indicted for blasphemous speech, 29

Danby, Thomas, esq., Murder of, 3, 4

Dance, Thomas, 238

Dangerfield, Thomas, 92, 121, 293

Daniel, Charles, "suspected papist," 110

", Robert, 314

", William, 146

Danis, Samuel, 183

Dankers, Henry, "suspected popish recusant," 108

", John, "suspected popish recusant," 108

Dannovan, Cornelius, 43

Danvers's plot, Participators in, xii, xiii

Darcy and Conyers, The Right Hon. Conyers the Lord, 231

Darnel, Mary, 137

Dashalshire alias Duck, Mary, 282

Davies, Elizabeth, 71

Davies, John, 181

", William, 115

Davis, Ariana, "popish recusant," 131

", David, 40

", Elizabeth, 299

", Hugh, 141

", John, 297, 299, 321

", William, 5, 115

Dawes, William, gent., 115

Deacons, Arthur, 1

Deacle, John, Certificate of his conformity to Church of England, 193

Deakins, Alice, 245

", John, 66

", Robert, 245

Deane, Edward, 28

", James, 237

", John, 28

", John, "suspected papist," 111

", alias Browne, Richard, 181

Deans alias Dines, Margaret, 76

" " " Robert, 76

" " " William, 76

Deards, John, 318, 319

Death of Thomas Robinson, True bill against four laborers for compassing in a curious way the, 206

Decarbonell, Marturus, 22

Decoyson alias Walker, Daniel, 253

" alias Walker, Katherine, 253

Deeley, Richard, 284

Deering, Edmund, 218

Deffrent, Martin, "suspected papist," 115

Deffue, Charles De La Rue, clerk, xxi, 82

Delane, Charles, 326

Delansant, Nicola, "suspected papist," 110

", Nicholas, "suspectedpapist," 110

Delantre, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 110

", John, "suspected papist," 110

Delassall, Nicholas, "suspected papist," 110

De Latre, Edward, an infant, 134

", John, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, gent., 134

Deligny, Anthony, merchant, "suspected papist," 112

Dell, Roger, 325

Denham, Edward, merchant, 7

Denham, Sir John, 25

Denmark, George Hereditary Prince of; his regiment of foot, 316

Dennis, Richard, 237

Depine, Charles, "suspected papist," 118, 119

Deplissey, Francis, "suspected papist," 111

Dereham, Sir Richard, knt., 307

Dermunde, Elizabeth, "suspected papist," 113

Desert, Nicholas, "suspected papist," 112

Despang, Samuel, 54

Dethericke, George, gent., 122

", Henry, gent., 122

Dethick . . . ., factor of Sir Baptist Hicks in Cheapside, 332

Devorie, John, "haveing confest himself a papist," 101

Dewey, James, esq., J.P., 310

Dibley, William, "suspected conventicler," 215

Dikes, Cuthbert, gent., 1

", William, 1

Dillon, Charles, gent., 111

", Elizabeth, wife of Charles Dillon, gent., "suspected papist," 111

Dines alias Deans, Margaret, 76

Dines alias Deans, Robert, 76

Dines alias Deans, William, 76

Dipsey, John, 101, 102

Dismond, Benjamin, 211

Disney, William, 293

Dix, John, 70

Dixon, George, gent., 264

", John, 209

", Mary, 209

", Mary, "suspected papist," 103

", Mathew, "suspected papist," 103

Dodson, John, 310

Doe, John, gent., 119

Doleman, Peter, 314

Doody, Samuel, 181

Dore, James, gent., 257, 299

Doughty, Philip, esq., 145

Dounton, Ensign John, 327

Douty, Mathew, 39

Dove, Mary, 133

Downes, Arthur, 15

", Christopher, 66

", Penelope, spinster, 136

Downes, Thomas, gent., 316, 317

Downy, Mortaugh, 234

Dryden, Henry, 5

Drunes, Richard, 319

Dubren, Margaret, "suspected papist," 110

", Maxene, 110

Duck alias Dashalshire, Mary, 282

Duddall, Katheryn, Recognisances of, made in order that she may obtain a "passport to goe beyond sea," 135

Dudley, Francis, gent., 112

", Grace, wife of Francis Dudley, gent., "suspected papist," 112

", Richard, gent., 5, 13

", William, gent., 13

Duff, Peter, suspected "papist," 101

Dufour, Dominick, "suspected papist," 110

Dugdale, Steph'us, 85, 90, 126, 133

Duke alias Dukes, Robert, 36

Dukes, John, 111

", Margaret, "suspected papist," 111

Dukeson, Anne, 36

Dunbar, Robert Viscount, 24, 25

Duncombe, Henry, 93

", " "popish recusant," 130, 131

Duncombe, Jane, "popish recusant," 131

", Martha, 93

Dunwell, Michael, "suspected conventcler," 255

Dupere, John, "suspected papist," 110

Duplesse, Lewis, merchant, "suspectec recusant," 145

Duran, Peter, "suspected papist," 109

Durlack, Frank, 314

Duroach, Claude, 59

Dutch Ambassador's lady wounded in a tumult at Westminster, 229

" fleet off Sunderland, False news of, 1

Dutchmen, Seven rude and disorderly 20

Duvall, Edward, "suspected papist," 112

Dwynn, Timothy, "suspected papist,' 109

Dyett, John, gent., 122

Dyke, Humfrey, merchant, 224

Dyson, William, 287

E.

Eaglesfeild, Thomas, 277, 278

Eales, William, 289, 293

Earle, John, xvi, xvii, 9, 10, 271, 272

Earning, John, gent., 324

Earnsby, Thomas, 277, 278

Easton, Lord Maynard, Baron of, 122

East Smithfield, The pillory at, 274, 275,

" ", War levied against Charles II. at, xiii, xv, xvi, 11

Easty, Robert, 116

Eaton, Thomas, 36

Edmonton, A constable of, bound to answer for refusing to assist in executing a warrant for levying a fine put on a conventicler, 174

Edwards, Edward, "suspected papist," 112

", Sir James, knt., 277, 279, 280

", James, 316

", Jane, "popish recusant," 108

", John, 40, 322

", Richard, gent., 45

", William, 107

Elkins, Edward, 34

Ellary, Elizabeth, 73

Elliot, Israel, 143

", John, 1

Elliott, Henry, 155

Ellis, Anne, 154,

", John, convicted of refusing to take the Oath of Allegiance, 28

", Mary, 134

Elwes, Ensign William, 327

Ely, Dymock, 82

Embezzling money, Servant convicted of, 300

Emerson, John, 13

Emett, George, 322

Endsey, Valentine, 293

Engine Loomes, Robert Briggs, silkweaver, bound to answer a charge of plotting, &c, with other weavers to break into men's houses and destroy their, xxviii, 60, 61

Engine-Weaving-Loom riots at Stepney, xxix, xxx, xxxiii, 61

" " Loomes, Rioters breaking into the house of Robert Bowes at Whitechappell, and carrying offten wooden machines, called, xxxi, 63

Engine-Weaving-Loome, Rioters breaking into John Hascor's house at Stepney, and carrying off and destroying his, xxix, 61

" " Loomes, Rioters breaking into the house of William Hodgson at St. James's Clerkenwell, and carrying off and destroying three, xxxii, 64

" " Loomes, Rioters breaking into the house of John King at Stepney, and carrying off and destroying five, xxix, 61, 62

" " Loomes, Rioters breaking into the house of James Moore at St. Leonard's Shoreditch, and carrying off and destroying four, xxx, 62

" " Loome, Rioters breaking into the house of Thomas Rowe at Hoxton, and taking therefrom and destroying an, xxxii, xxxiii, 64

"Engine-Weaving-Loomes," Wooden machines called, xxvii et seq., 62, 63, 64, 65

England, Garratt alias Garrett, 20, 21

Englefield alias Oneale, John, 34

Engleton, Christopher, 116

Ensworth, Emery, 7

Erecting new buildings contrary to law, &c., Indictment for, 28

Errington, Martin, 224

Erwin alias Erwing, William, 232

Essex, Arthur, the Earl of, committed for high treason to the Tower of London, where as a felo de se he slew himself, 268

Ettrick, William, gent, 53

Evans, Mary, 316

Evans, Mr., one of His Majesties messengers, 188

", Richard, clerk, 146

", Thomas, 26

", Thomas, convicted of high treason, and sentenced to death, &c., xii, 269, 270

Evens, Robert, 318

Ewen, Sarah, 282

Ewstace, Richard, 208

Exton, Everard, gent., 122

Extorting a silver watch and an obligatory writing by violence, false imprisonment, and menace, Convictions of, 298

Eyre, Sir Christopher, knt., 72



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