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A.

Abbot:
-, G., Archbishop of Canterbury, 142.
-, Robert, manumission, of, 269.
-, William, 269.

Abdy, Mr., 104.

Abetot, Urso de, sheriff of Worcester, 171.

Abindon, William de, 208.

Aby, Richard de, 257.

Acham:
-, Anthony, 241.
-, — will of, 240.
-, George, 241.

Acres, John, 138.

Acton Burnell, statute of, 13.

Acts of Parliament, 37, 107, 115, 117 (2), 119, 264, 265.
-, for augmenting livings in corporations, 104.
-, for well governing corporations, 104, 143.
-, for payment of members, 149.
-, for taxing wages, 55.
-, concerning the six articles. 183.
-, for the union of churches, 46.
-, of Succession, 33, 179.
-, for holydays, 183.

Acts relating to Justices of the Peace, 107.

Acts, Scobell's, 107.

Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles, Bede's Commentary on, 122.

Ad quod damnum:
-, inquisition, 259.
-, writs of, 8, 105.

Adbaston, 218, 220, 222.

Adberburi, Thomas de, 215, 217.

Admiralty, Court of, 256.

Aette, William de, 230.

Agamemnon, 13.

Aghton, William, 10.

Aguillon, Robert, 6, 230.

Ailemer, Samuel, sheriff of Suffolk, 143.

Alan, Walter, 122.

Alanson:
-, Charles, mayor of Lincoln, 109.
-, Robert, 25.
-, — mayor of Lincoln, 34, 35, 36.
-, — his wife, 34.
-, — gild plate pawned to, 35.
-, or Alynson, William, 38, 39 (2), 42.

Albany, Duke of, regent of Scotland, 176.

Albi, John son of Nicholas, 228.

Albini, William de, Earl of Arundel, 194.

Alcunby, John de, 129 (2).

Alderman, Wdard, 156.

Aldhouse, Robert, deputy sheriff of Suffolk, 143.

Aldithel, Henry de, 5.

Aldred, Ancelm son of, 156.

Ale, proclamations concerning brewing of, 82.

Alehouse bonds, 266.

Alehouses:
-, laws concerning, 82, 83.
-, licensing of, 18.

Alesby, Richard, 289.

Alexander III., mandate of, 217.

Alford:
-, Ann, widow, 284.
-, Robert, mayor of Grimsby, 259.
-, Zacharias, 290 (2).

Alianora, Queen of England, 197.

Alien merchants, trade regulations for, 6, 7.

Alldred, Thomas, 277.

Allen, William, alderman of Bury, 155.

Allertone, John, 129.

Allerwas, 235.

Alli, William, 230.

Allington, Marmaduke, recorder of Hertford, petition against, 163.

Almain rivets, for armour, 30.

Alseby, Thomas, 289 (2).

Alsham, Peter de. See Halsham.

Alum, 44.

Alvechurch, 190.
-, document dated at, 195.

Alveston, co. Warwick, 171, 190, 200.
-, manor, 185, 186.

Alvithechurch manor, 193.

Ambian', document dated at, 174.

Amcots, Alexander, esq., 95.

Ampe, William, 132.

Amsterdam (Hanserdame), Holland, 275.
-, mayor, &c. of, letter of, 275.

Anabaptists, the, 115, 203.
-, "friendly advice to," 115.

Anagni, document dated at, 220.

Ancredam, 190.

Anderson, Richard, 280.

Andrews, Mr. R. T., 158.

Anglia, 4.

Angulo, Henry de, 230.

Annadown, bishop of, 166.

Annales:
-, Cestrienses, or chronicle of St. Werburg's, Chester, 206, 210.
-, Monastici, 211.
-, Oberti Stanconi, 219.
-, Placent. Gibell., 219.

Anne of Cales, ship, 279.

Anne, Queen, 114.
-, — letter to, 163.
-, — addresses to, 114 (2), 115 (2).
-, — arms of, 120.

Annesley:
-, Patrick, 253.
-, Robert, 290 (2).

Antidote, by Ebenezer Hall, 115.

Antioch, Robert of, 194.

Anton:
-, George, esq., recorder of Lincoln, 86, 92.
-, Mr., recorder of Lincoln, 73.

Apleyerd:
-, John, 277.
-, Thomas, 277.

Apparel, Statute of, 53.

Archœologia, the, 166.

Archbold, William, 31.

Archer:
-, Robert, 241.
-, Thomas le, 230.

Arches:
-, Court of, 233.
-, — acts of, 196.
-, — citation from, 142.
-, Dean of the Court of, 215.

Ardern, Robert, 122.

Argentein, Richard de, 5.

Aristotle, 13.

Arnleg', church of, 216.

Arras, in Burgone land, 30.

Array, commission of, 33.

Art, John le, 288.

Arthur, Prince of Wales, commission to, 170.

Arundel:
-, Richard earl of (1378), 9.
-, Thomas earl of (1414), 10.
-, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 176.

Ascell', Simon de, 228.

Aschby, Geoffrey de, 288.

Ascough, Sir William, knt., 32.

Ascuge, Robert, 280.

Ashburton, 6.

Ashby, 257, 259.
-, letter dated at, 257.

Ashley, John, 18.

Asseby:
-, Richard, 266.
-, Thomas, 241.
-, William, 267.

Assize of bread, 44, 45, 46.
-, — beer, &c., 8, 127, 130.
-, — novel disseisin, 229.
-, judges of, 8, 10.
-, , Justice of, 50.
-, , pleas of, 9.

Assizes, 48, 52.

"Association," the, in defence of William III., 153.
-, (1682), 149.

Asterby, 240 (2), 241.

Astewodefeld, 190.

Astle, Thomas, Keeper of Records in the Tower, 166.

Atclyff, John 273.

Atkinson:
-, Edmund, mayor of Lincoln, 44.
-, Edward, 261.
-, Mr. Robert, 101.

Atkyn, Thomas, notary, 21.

Attelberge, William de, 230.

Atte See:
-, Peter, 257.
-, Richard, grant by, 257.

Attorney General, the (1595), 185, 257.
-, Information by, 260.

Attwoode, Augustine, 288.

Atwater, W., bishop of Lincoln, 248.

Atwell, Hugh, parson, 76.

Aubeigny, William de, 194.

Auc', Robert de, canon of Exeter, 168.

Audeley, Sir Thomas, Lord Chancellor, 16.

Audesley, Robert, mayor of Grimsby, 260, 281.

Augmentation:
-, Court of, 43.
-, — Chancellor of, see North, Sir Edw.
-, — decree in, 138.
-, — Treasurer of, 12.

Auncell:
-, Joan, 273.
-, John, mariner, 273.

Avignon, documents dated at, 168 (2), 169, 198.

Avington, Nicholas priest of, 168.

Awelton, document dated at, 3.

Awldwyn:
-, John, 241.
-, William, 241.

Awnger, John, 241.

Aycue, Mr., 254.

Aylesby, John, 243.

Ayscoghe, Ayscough:
-, Christopher, esq., 289.
-, E., letter of, 256.
-, Sir Edward, 286 (3).
-, Sir Francis, 254.
-, — letters of, 254, 255 (2).
-, Richard, 259.

Ayscugh, Mr., 55.

B.

Babyngton:
-, Adam, 130.
-, John, 253.

Bachiler, John, 266.

Bacon:
-, Nicholas, 121.
-, — grant to, 139.
-, Sir Nicholas, 139.
-, — bart., of Redgrave, petition of, 143.
-, — father of, 143.
-, Robert, 208.

Baf, Adam, Walter son of, 156.

Bagard, Dr. John, 183.

Bakepuz, Ralph de, 230.

Baker:
-, Edmund, 133.
-, Mr., M.P. for Hertford, letter of, 163.

Baketone, Robert de, prior of St. Peter's, Bury, 156.

Bakewell, Baucwell, 219, 222, 229, 234.
-, — church of, 227, 228 (2), 229 (2), 230 (2).

Balberge hundred, 128.

Baldwin:
-, mayor of Grimsby, 288(2).
-, Mr. John, 130.
-, — his father, 103.
-, Mr., 95.

Balliol, Josc. de, 2.

Ballot, voting by, 117.

Balyff, John, 274.

Bancroft, Richard, archbishop of Canterbury, 235.

Banham, Nicholas de, 128, 129.

Bannockburn, battle of, 223.

Barbadoes, 163.

Barber:
-, Dr., 84.
-, — Gabriel, letter to, 162.

Barbers, ordinance respecting, 22.

Barbor, Richard, 288.

Barbour:
-, John, 267.
-, Roger, 266, 267, 289.

Bard, Thos., esq., 261.

Bardney, 61.
-, abbey, 213.
-, abbot of, 34.

Baret, Geoffrey, 132.

Barewe manor, 218.

Baril:
-, William, 257.
-, — Dionisia his wife, 257.

Barkour, Robert, 266.

Barkworth, 264.

Barlings, abbot and convent of, 24.

Barlow, William, bishop of Lincoln, 86.

Barnaby, 261.

Barnardiston:
-, Edward, 261.
-, John, 289.
-, Nathaniel, sheriff of Suffolk, 143.
-, Sir Thos., 286 (2).

Barnes, Mr., preacher of Lincoln, 73, 74.

Baroun, John, 129 (2).

Barrow:
-, Isabella, 258.
-, John, 258.
-, William, 289 (3).

Barrow or La Barewe, 190.

Barsham, Robert de, knt., 127.

Bartholomew:
-, Robert, sheriff of Lincoln, 96 (3).
-, —, widow, aldress of Lincoln, 104.

Bartone, Great, accounts of manor of, 138.

Barwe, William, 125.

Basiliense consilium, 178.

Basill, William, 288.

Basset, Thomas, 228.

Bastard, Tho., treasurer of Worcester, 186.

Bastard, (Spanish wine), 157.

Bate, Robert, 6.

Batenhale, 191.

Batesford, Sampson de, 130.

Bath and Wells, bishop of (1409), 10.

Batnall manor, 180.

Batt, Mr. Michael, 150, 151, 153.

Battell, Mr. George, letter to, 161.

Battely, Mr. Nicholas, 149.

Baumburgh, Robert, 266.

Baune, Mr. Sergeant, of Nottingham, 101.

Bavent, Thomas de, 127.

Bayeux, Philip bishop of, 2.

Bayous, John, 266.

Baxstere:
-, Adam, 132.
-, Richard, 132.

Bealasset or Belasset, a Jewess, 11.

Beardshaw, William, 290, 291(2).

Beatniffe:
-, Francis, 286.
-, Mr. Thomas, 285, 286.
-, Thomas, mayor of Grimsby, 283 (2), 290.

Beauchamp, Thomas, earl of Warwick (1378), 9.

Beaumont, John Viscount, letter of, 250.

Beck:
-, John, 83 (2), 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90.
-, Mr. Rob., 92.

Becke:
-, John, mayor of Lincoln, 78.
-, , — 72.

Becket, Thomas à, martyrdom of, 230.

Bedale, Robert, 23.

Bede's Commentary on the Acts and the Epistles, 122.
-, — Ecclesiastical History, 121.

Bedford:
-, John, duke of (1414), 10.
-, archdeacon of, 49.

Bedwardine, St. John's church in, 188.

Bedwardyn, 191.

Beel, Bele:
-, Henry, 266.
-, Henry, 289 (2).
-, Janet, 267.
-, John, 266.
-, Josian, 267.
-, Robert, 267.
-, Thomas, 266, 267 (2).
-, William, 267.
-, Sir William, 267.

Begeberia. See Bibury.

Beiberi, John de, 192.

Bekerton, Robert, 131.

Belesby, 259.

Belet, William, 230.

Belief, the, 18.

Bell:
-, Andrew, 241, 268.
-, Elizabeth, 259.
-, John, bishop of Worcester, 183, 204.
-, Mr., 19.
-, Peter, 259.
-, Thomas, 241, 277, 289 (3).

Bellasys, Sir Henry, of Worlaby, K.B., 285.

Bello Campo:
-, Guy de, Earl of Warwick, 7.
-, Walter de, Seneschal of the Household, 7.

Bellow, John, bonds, &c., of, 276 (2), 277.
-, — esq., 240, 280, 289, 290 (3).
-, — M.P., 263.
-, — letter to, 254.
-, Mr., 254.
-, Silvester, deed by, 274.
-, Ursula, 277.

Belman, Stephen, 131.

Belton, co. Lincoln, 71, 72, 76, 81, 84, 112, 114.
-, survey of lands in, 19.
-, church, 84.
-, — chancel of, 84, 88, 103, 111, 114.
-, parsonage of, 49, 50, 51, 62, 88, 90 (2), 111.
-, — lease of, 67.
-, — rebuilding of, 62 (2).
-, parishioners of, letter of, 103.
-, rectory of, 12.
-, vicar of, 103 (2).
-, vicarage of, 95, 107.

Belue, Thomas, 199.

Bemon fee, liberty of, 13.

Bene, John, 266.

Bened. Abb., Gesta Henrici II., 218.

Benedict, of Lincoln:
-, exile of, 11.
-, Agnu or Agni, daughter of, 11.
-, Hagin son of, 11.

Benevolence from the clergy, 190.

Bengeo, church of, 159.

Beningworth, Henry, 289.

Benman, John, 241.

Benne, William, 32.
-, , —, chaplain, 28.

Benyngholm, William de, 257.

Benyngworth:
-, Harry, 241.
-, Thomas, 241.

Berard, John, 131 (2).

Berdwell, Simon, 157.

Berford, William de, justice in eyre, 125.

Berkeley, lord, 198.

Berkestone, John, chaplain, 11.

Berkewic manor, 218.

Berlin, 167.

Bermondsey, monks of, 159.

Bernard:
-, Francis, esq., Governor of New Jersey, 118.
-, R., 234.

Bernham, William de, abbot of Bury, 128.

Bernyngham, Thomas, 131.

Berry, Major Gen. James, 103.

Bertie, Robert earl of Lindsey, Lord High Chamberlain, 282, 283.

Berwick-on-Tweed, 231.
-, document dated at, 231.

Betenef:
-, Richard, 267.
-, William, 266.

Beteneva, Richard, 241.

Beudesert manor, 218.

Beverlay:
-, James, coroner and mayor of Grimsby, 271 (2), 289 (2).
-, Robert, 266.

Beverlay:
-, James, 241.
-, Thomas of, 228.

Beysby, farm of, 253.

Bibury, co. Gloucester, 168, 181.

Bigod, Roger le, Earl of Norfolk, Marshal of England, 7.

Bigot, Hugh, Justiciar of England, 209.

Billingham, Mr. Francis, 76.

Binbrook, 261.

Birkit, Mr. Richard, 60.

Birlingham, 191.

Birmingham, 233.

Bishop, Bishoppe:
-, Mr., 92.
-, Robert, 28.
-, Thomas, 75.
-, William, 104.

Bitton, William de, bishop of Bath and Wells, 195.

Black Monks near Lincoln, the, 16, 24.

Blackman, Fulljam, 112.

Blackwell, 181, 191.

Blakeburne hundred, 128.

Blaunkney, 6.

Blawe, Edward, 104.

Blesby:
-, Jane, 259.
-, Philip, 259.

Bleys, W. de, bishop of Worcester. See Blois.

Blideburi, Suffolk, 23.

Bliss, Mr. W. H., 214.

Blois:
-, Henry of, bishop of Winchester, 223.
-, William of, bishop of Worcester, 169. 191.

Blount, Thomas, 264.

Blowe, Henry, mayor of Lincoln, 70, 71.

Blund:
-, Alexander, 229.
-, John, 228.
-, Nicholas, 230.
-, Ralph le, 214.

Blunte, Captain Francis, 200.

Blydbure manor, Suffolk, 277.
-, tenants of, grant to, 277.

Blythe, Geoffrey, bishop of Lichfield, 226.

Boase, Mr. C. W., Register of University of Oxford, 1885, 158.

Bobenhull, prebend of, 235.

Bochier, Ralph le, 128.

Bodleian library, the, 226.

Boet, Thomas, 194.

Boldero, George, clothier, 141.

Bolingbroke, 28.
-, letter dated at, 267.

Bolington:
-, Robert, 288 (2).
-, William de, 288.

Bolt, John, 281.

Bolton, Richard, 10.

Bolyngton:
-, Thomas, 266.
-, William de, 257.

Boucherett, Matthew, esq., 286.

Bond, Bonde:
-, John, 228, 230.
-, William, 240.
-, William, 274, 280.

Bone, Robert, 12.

Boniface:
-, archbishop of Canterbury (1268), 166, 169, 171, 192, 196, 221.
-, — citation to, 195.
-, VIII., letters, &c. of, 214, 220 (2).
-, IX., bulls, &c. of, 169 (2), 199.

Bononia, 174.

Bonport, document dated at, 218.

Booth:
-, Mr Peniston, 115.
-, — sermon and book by, printed, 115.
-, William, mayor of Grimsby, 282, 283, 290, 291.
-, — A., son of, 291.

Boraston manor, 184.

Borough on sands, 212.

Borough English, custom of, 241.

Bosco, Robert de, 228.

Boseworth, 257.

Bosse, John, clerk, 21.

Boston, 18, 19, 43, 52, 74, 117, 265, 286.
-, agreement of with Lincoln city, 117.
-, haven, 47.
-, navigation to, 117, 118.

Botlysham, John de, 129.

Bouhs:
-, John, 233.
-, William, 233.

Bourchier, Thomas, bishop of Worcester, 166.

Boverum, 207.

Bovill, Robert, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, letter of, 267.

Bowden, Cheshire, 29.

Bower, Richard, 285.

Bowyer, Mr., 64.

Boxford, William, 125.

Boxley, Kent, abbey of, 197.

Boy Bishop, the. See St. Nicholas.

Boyvyle, Thomas, sheriff of Lincoln, 22.

Bracebridge, 11, 91, 95.

Bracewell, John, 91.

Bradborne, Nicholas, 21.

Bradeburne, 191.

Bradeford, Thomas de, 229.

Bradekote, 191.

Braden, John, 283.

Bradewas, 191.

Bradeworth, Manser de, 12.

Bradley, 261 (2), 262, 277 (2), 278.
-, manors and woods at, 261.

Bramley:
-, John, 266.
-, Richard, 266.

Brampston, John, 27.

Bramston, list of inhabitants in, 74.

Brandon:
-, Charles, Duke of Suffolk, 35, 38, 39.
-, — letters from, 38, 39.

Brandys, Paul, 24.

Bransby:
-, Mr. Charles, 284.
-, Mr., 287.

Branston, 24, 91.

Braoncestre, John de, 194.

Bras, John, 258 (2).

Brasebridge, John, 261.

Brasse:
-, John, vicar of St. James's, Grimsby, 267.
-, Master John, 271.

Brather, Richard, 290.

Brauncegate, 12.

Brauncegate, Jacob, 12.

Brauncepark Castle, documents dated at, 252, 272.

Braunsford, Wulstan, prior of Worcester, 176.

Braunstone, 11 (2), 23.
-, village of, 11.

Brayford, Lincoln, water of, 57.

Bread and beer, &c., assize of, 8.

Brecon:
-, document dated at, 197.
-, dean of, 197.
-, prior and convent of, 197.

Breton, John le, bishop of Hereford, 195.

Bretylbank, William, 28.

Breviary, portion of a MS., 139.

Brewing:
-, statute concerning, 141.
-, in alehouses, reasons against, 142.

Brewode:
-, manor, 218.
-, wood, 218.

Brian, David, 47, 48 (2).

Bridtoll, 3, 4.

Briefs:
-, for collecting money, 103.
-, for sufferers by fire, 160.
-, for collection of money for relief of Lincoln city, 103.
-, for rebuilding a church, 115.

Brieguerr', William, 230.

Briene, Guy de, chamberlain (1378), 9.

Briggesley, William, 289.

Bright:
-, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 22.
-, Nicholas, 30.

Brigsley, 257.

Brisbancke, Richard, 288.

Bristol, 6, 183.
-, Earl of (1718), 154 (2).

Britannia, John de, 7.

Britanny, first crossing of Henry III. into, 5.

British navy, glorious victories of the, 119.

Briwerr., William, 3, 194.

Briws, John de, knt., 194.

Brocke, John, 269.

Brocklesby, 286.

Broghton:
-, John, 131.
-, Thomas, 251.

Brokesby, Bartholomew, 139.

Bromptone, Master J., 130.

Bromwich, 191.
-, church, 200.

Bronescomb, Walter, bishop of Exeter, 195.

Brooke, Arthur, 252, 290.

Broomesgrove, Walter, clerk, 107.

Brotton manor, 209.

Broughtone:
-, John, 132.
-, Thomas, 289 (2).

Broune, Robert, 257.

Brown, Browne:
-, Edward, 24.
-, Edward, 30.
-, Elizabeth, 278.
-, George, Alderman of Lincoln, 29 (2).
-, Mr., parson of Washingborough, 78.
-, Robert, alderman of Bury, 142.
-, Simon, 102.
-, William, 143.
-, William, 278.

Browneing, Mr., 144.

Brownists, 203.

Broxholme:
-, Richard, 282, 283.
-, William, of Barrow, 285, 286 (3).
-, — bond of, 285.

Broxolme:
-, John, 41, 42.
-, — of the Inner Temple, 16.
-, William, esq., 88, 91.

Bruer', 209.

Brunalston, William of, 233, 235.

Brunse, Thomas, 269.

Bryan:
-, Reginald, bishop of Worcester, 204.
-, William, 199.

Bucham, William de, Thomas son of, 156.

Bucke, Gervase, 188.

Buckhurst, Thomas lord, 256.

Buckingham, Thomas earl of (1378), 9.

Bucks, commissioners for concealed lands in, 64.

Budiford, William de, 192.

Bukinton, Master Michael de, 194.

Buknall, Sir Thomas, a priest, 6.

Bull:
-, John, 148, 149 (2), 151, 153.
-, — the elder, 102.

Bunche:
-, Richard, town clerk of Lincoln, 66.
-, Mr., 71.

Burbyngham, 233.

Bureford, Aldewin de, 192.

Bureston, 192.

Burewaremot, 3, 4.

Burford, (co. Salop), 191.

Burgess:
-, Thomas, 160.
-, — letter to, 162.
-, — Ursula, widow of, 160.

Burgh:
-, Sir Edward, 27.
-, Lord, 33, 34.
-, Mr., 92.
-, Sir Thomas, 262, 267.

Burghersh, Burgherssh:
-, Bartholemew, 42.
-, Sir Bartholemew, 5.
-, chantry, 43.

Burgo, H. de, Earl of Kent, Justiciar, 5.

Burgton, William de, 229.

Burnham, William de, abbot of Bury, 157.

Burrough:
-, Mr. John, 145.
-, Thomas, 152.

Burrowe, Maurice, sheriff of Suffolk, 143.

Burton, 34.
-, abbey of, 211, 212.
-, — abbot of, 221, 234.
-, Annals, the, 206, 207, 211.
-, —, juxta, Lincoln, 14.
-, Lazars, Master of, 23, 66.

Burton, John, 241.
-, Robert de, 288.
-, Sir Robert, chantry priest.
-, Thomas, 16, 30, 33.

Burtone, John de, 9.

Burwash, Henry, bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor, 193.

Bury, William, 125.

Bury St. Edmunds, 125, 126, 127, 131, 133, 139, 156, 157.
-, Alderman of, 126–128, 130, 131, 132, 140, 142, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 155, 156.
-, — letter to, 143.
-, alehouses, 140, 141, 142, 143.
-, apprentices, 136, 140
-, assizes in, 148, 152, 153.
-, — of bread and beer, 127, 130, 141.
-, bailiffs of, 131, 134, 137, 139.
-, — seal of, 138.
-, bailiwick of, 121.
-, bakers in, 141, 153.
-, brewers in, 140, 141 (2), 142.
-, — petition of, 141.
-, bullring, the, 139.
-, burgesses to Parliament, 122, 141, 142, 143, 149 (3), 150, 151 (2), 152, 153.
-, butchers in, 141, 153.
-, Castle, 153.
-, churches in, 122, 143, 153, 154.
-, — St. James's, 121, 122, 144 (2), 145 (2), 146 (2), 147, 149 (4), 150 (2), 153 (2), 154 (2), 157.
-, — St. Mary's, 141, 144, 145, 148 (2), 149 (3), 150 (2).
-, clothiers, tailors, &c., 139, 140.
-, — charter to, 141.
-, — constitutions for, 141.
-, — petition of, 141.
-, coroner, 122, 142.
-, Corporation of, 121, 123, 140, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154.
-, — letters, &c. of, 145, 149, 150, 151 (2).
-, — letters to, 148.
-, — Calendar of MSS. of, 121–158.
-, — charters and evidences of, 144, 145, 149, 151, 154.
-, — minute books of, 144–155.
-, — plate of, 149, 153.
-, Corporation seals of, 151.
-, court leet of, 137, 141.
-, court of record, 122, 140.
-, cutlers in, 141.
-, deputy lieutenants of, 143.
-, disputes with the abbey, 130.
-, disturbances in, 130, 131.
-, "ducking stool," 150.
-, evidence house, 144, 150 (2), 154.
-, fine imposed on, 130, 131.
-, fires at, 122, 141.
-, foreigners in, 137.
-, freemen of, 140.
-, fuel in, dearth of, 140.
-, gaol and gaol house, 122, 153.
-, gates and gate keepers, 126, 127, 128, 130, 155.
-, Grammar School in, 122, 140, 143, 154, 155.
-, — library of, 121.
-, — governors of, grant from, 143.
-, Guilds in, 126, 127.
-, Guildhall, the, 121, 126, 127, 134, 144, 154, 155.
-, — minstrels gallery in, 121.
-, Hospitals in:
-, — St. Nicholas, 123.
-, — St. Peter, 123, 143, 155, 156 (2).
-, — St. Saviour's, 128–130.
-, — — chapel of St. Thomas in, 129.
-, house of correction, 140.
-, incorporation of, 142.
-, innholders, 140, 141, 142, 153.
-, — petition of, 142.
-, judges at, 126, 148, 153, 157.
-, justices of the peace, 122, 140, 152.
-, "Kucking stool," 150.
-, lands in belonging to the abbey, 138.
-, legacy to, 142.
-, lighting of, 140.
-, maces, 121, 145, 150, 151, 154, 155.
-, malsters in, 140.
-, markets and fairs, 122, 130, 133, 140, 154.
-, market bell, 122.
-, market cross, 122, 148, 150, 154.
-, market place, 131, 139.
-, mayor of, 150, 151: and see Pryme, Ric.: Stafford, John.
-, — sword of, 150, 151, 155.
-, municipal registers, 121.
-, municipal regalia, 155.
-, newspapers of, 154.
-, ordinances of, 126, 139, 140, 141.
-, pageants in, 134, 135, 136, 137.
-, pillory and cage, 153.
-, plague in, 145.
-, plan of, 154.
-, playhouse, 154.
-, pleadings at, 125–128, 130.
-, poor in, 139, 140, 142, 144, 145, 154.
-, Portmannote, 126.
-, posts to, 141.
-, provosts of, Jocey and Thomas, 156.
-, recorder of, 122, 142, 143, 145, 149, 153.
-, recorder of, deputy, 152.
-, rental of town of, 139, 144.
-, Royal charters, &c., 121, 122, 123, 130 (3), 145, 146, 150.
-, — surrender of, 150, 152.
-, servants in, orders concerning, 139.
-, sessions at, 121, 129, 139.
-, Shirehouse, the, 147, 153.
-, small-pox in, 150, 154.
-, soldiers at, 139 (2).
-, spinsters in, 139.
-, St. Nicholas's Chapel in, 139.
-, stocks, the, 139.
-, suits against, 124, 125–128.
-, taxation in, 126, 127, 128, 131, 138, 157.
-, terriers of lands in, 157.
-, Tolhouse, the, 122, 130, 134, 137.
-, tolls in, 127, 130, 133.
-, town charities, 121.
-, town clerk, 145.
-, — deputy, 152.
-, Town Hall, 121.
-, town lands, 157.
-, — feoffees of, grant to, 143.
-, town music, 150, 153, 154.
-, township of, 139.
-, trained bands in, muster of, 143.
-, vagabonds in, 139.
-, victuals, sale of, 140.
-, visit of Charles II. to, 145.
-, weavers in, ordinances for, 121, 133– 138, 141.
-, wool and wool trade in, 133–137, 139.
-, workmen in, orders concerning, 139.
-, workhouse, 153.
-, yearly rent to the crown from, 122.
-, le Cornmarket, 132.

Bury St. Edmunds, places in:
-, Angel-hill, 123.
-, "le Duffuszerd," garden called, 128.
-, Eastgate water, 150.
-, East ward in, 123.
-, — muster rolls of, 143.
-, les Elemosiners Barnes alias les Ampners Barnes, 122, 145.
-, Frenkysemanestrete in, 156.
-, High ward, muster roll of, 143.
-, "Moses Hall" in, 150, 153.
-, Mustowe, 123, 156.
-, North ward, 123.
-, — muster roll of, 143.
-, Risebigate, 155.
-, Rysbygate ward, 123.
-, South ward, 123.
-, — muster roll of, 143.
-, Westgate, the, 155.
-, West ward, 123.
-, — muster roll of, 143,

Bury St. Edmunds, Benedictine Abbey, 121, 126, 131, 132, 157, 158.
-, — abbot of, 124, 125, 128, 129, 131, 133, 138, 139, 157.
-, — — Baldwin, 124, 132.
-, — accounts and rentals of, 121.
-, — almoner and almonry of, 122, 156.
-, Benedictine Abbey bell, called Clop. ton, 124.
-, — Black Cross in, 123, 124 (2).
-, — chapels in:
-, de le charnel, 124.
-, St. Andrew, 124 (2).
-, St. Botulph, 124.
-, St. Giles, 124.
-, St. James, 124.
-, St. John, "ad fontem," 123.
-, —"ad montem," 123.
-, St. Laurence, 123, 125.
-, St. Margaret, 123.
-, St. Mary, 124.
-, — Magdalene, 114.
-, St. Nicholas, 123, 125.
-, St. Robert, 158.
-, — charters of, 132, 133, 138.
-, — crypt of, 124, 125.
-, — disputes of, with the town, 130.
-, — dissolution of, 121, 138.
-, — grants to, 128, 131, 132, 133, 138.
-, — great campanile, 125.
-, — Great Cross in, 124 (2).
-, — injured by the townsmen, 132.
-, — jurisdiction of, 125, 139.
-, — lands, &c. belonging to, 123, 138.
-, — law suits of, 124.
-, — liberty of, 132.
-, — library of, 121, 122.
-, — minstrels in, 124, 125, 157.
-, — mortuaries, 125.
-, — obedientiaries, 157.
-, — officers of, 123, 124, 125, 130, 131, 133, 137, 157.
-, — penitentiary, 158.
-, — precentor, 158.
-, — prior, 124, 131, 157.
-, — privileges of, 133, 143.
-, — provost of, 156 (2).
-, — "Raketey, Rakenteyn," door in so called, 124.
-, — records of, 121.
-, — refectory, 124.
-, — Sacrist, 124, 130, 133–138.
-, — — rolls of, 123.
-, — — lands in Bury belonging to, 138.
-, — St. Katherine, alms chest of, 124.
-, — St. Petronilla, alms chest of, 123 (2).
-, — St. Sythe, alms chest of, 123, 124.
-, — shrine of St. Edmund, 124, 128, 130, 157, 158.
-, — sword of St. Edmund, 158.
-, — tithes belonging to, 139, 140.
-, — Treasurer or Chamberlain, 157.
-, — vineyard belonging to, 124, 125.
-, — royal visit to, 157.
-, — Yates's History of, 122, 128.

Busseby, John, prior of St. Katherine's Lincoln, 23.

Busshby, John, 11.

"Bustage" money, 51.

Buteler, William, 289.

Butler, Joan, 273.

Butler, William, 273, 276.

Butts, Dr. Robert, bishop of Norwich, 154.

Bygod, Bartholomew de, 230.

Byngley, Harry, will of, 24.

Bynteworth, 272.

Byrchemore, George, presentment by, 64.

Byrde, Sir John, canon of Wellow, 258, 267.

C.

"Cabal at Whitehall, England's appeal from," 190.

Caball, Peter, 194.

Calais:
-, church of St. Mary the Virgin at, 278.
-, exportation of wool to, 22.
-, staple at, 22, 264, 265.
-, — chapel of, 278.
-, the staple removed to, from Lincoln, 31.

Caldeon:
-, Isaia, a priest, 107.
-, — his sons, 107.

Calf:
-, Hagin, 12.
-, John, 131.

Calthorp, document dated at, 250.

Caluwhull, 191.

Calverley, Devon, 76.

Camberwell, Surrey, 260.

Cambridge, 62, 70, 95, 115, 121, 179, 186.
-, charter of, 62.
-, black monks studying at, 180.
-, legacy to, 143.
-, mayor and corporation of, 56.
-, St. Michael's House at, master and scholars of, 235.
-, University, 78.

Cambridge, Edmund, Earl of (1378), 9.

Camden Society, the, 166.

Camerarius, Richard, 194 (2).

Camperdown, battle of, 119.

Cannock, 220.
-, — forest of, 223.

Canoc, church of, 216.

Canon:
-, Henry, 271.
-, Isabel, 271.
-, John, 257, 271.
-, Peter, 271.
-, William, 271.

Canterbury:
-, archbishop of (1330) 9, (1409) 10, (1414) 10, (1585) 70, 216, 219, 221, 259.
-, R., archbishop of, 7.
-, Richard, archbishop of, 223.
-, S., archbishop of (1378), 70.
-, Theodore, archbishop of, 213.
-, archbishopric of, 192, 196.
-, cathedral, 196.
-, chapter of, 192.
-, Christ Church, monks of, 196.
-, — prior and chapter of, letter of, 197.
-, court of, 216.
-, Prerogative Court of, 241.
-, Province of, bishops suffragan of, 195, 196.
-, — jurisdiction, &c. of secular cathedral churches in, 221, 225.
-, see of, 197.

Canterton, 191.

Cantilupe chantry, 43.

Cantilupe, Fulc de, 194.
-, Thomas de, 192.
-, Walter de, bishop of Worcester, 169, 195.
-, William de, 194, 228.

Canute, 133.
-, — charters of, 132 (2), 138.

Canvill':
-, Gerard de, 230.
-, Roger de, 220.

Canvilla, R. de, 222.

Canwick, 11, 19, 91.
-, list of inhabitants in, 74.
-, manor of 11, 48.

Cape Breton, capture of, 117.

Capell, William, 194.

Capella, Henry de, 5.

Carbote, John, 289.

Cardiff, 6.

Cards, playing, 82.

Carevilla, . . . . de, 194.

Carington, Mr., treasurer of Worcester, 186, 187.

Carlisle:
-, H. bishop of (1378), 9.
-, J. bishop of, 7.
-, W. bishop of, 5.

Carlton:
-, Adam, 241.
-, Joan, grant to, 267.
-, John, 258.
-, Robert, 266.
-, Thomas, 133.
-, William de, justice in eyre, 125.

Carmarthen, 6.

Caroline, Queen of George II., 116.

Carpenter:
-, John, bishop of Worcester, 175, 199.
-, — declaration by, 179.

Carr:
-, John, 27.
-, Leonard, 13, 68, 71 (2), 72, 75 (2).
-, Mr., 85.
-, Sir Robert, bart., 106.

Cartœ Antiquœ, Chancery, 2.

Carter:
-, Gilbert, 272.
-, Richard, mayor of Lincoln (1564), 57, 58.

Casse, William, 280.

Cassian, 122.

Cassy, J., 131.

Castile and Leon, John King of, Duke of Lancaster (1378), 9.

Castlemorton, 188.

Castlethorpe, 49, 62, 64.
-, chapelry of, 21.
-, parsonage of, 64.

Castleton, George Viscount, 106.

Catelyn, —, 253.

Cateroll, Sir Richard, 28.

Cathebroc, Robert de, canon of Lichfield, 195.

Cathedraticum, 220.

Catskyn, Nicholas, clerk, 65.

Cattelyn:
-, Alice, 275.
-, Robert, 275.

Catterall:
-, Anne, 274.
-, Barbara, 274.
-, Beatrice, 274, 280.
-, Robert, 274, 280.
-, Thomas, 274.
-, William, deed by, 274.

Causeknyght, William, chantry of, 34.

[C]auuin, Robert, 194.

Cave, Thomas de, 188,

Cavendish, Chief Justice, murder of, 131.
-, Henry, Earl of Ogle, 106.

Cawood, John, 56.

Cecil:
-, John, Earl of Exeter, 106.
-, Robert, Earl of Salisbury, 161, 256.
-, — letter of, 160.
-, — letter to, 161.
-, — officers of, 160, 161.
-, Sir William, Lord Burghley, 50, 53, 189.

Celestine II., 219.

Certiorari, writ of, 52.

Cestreton, Thomas de, 194.

Chaffers, Mr. W., 120.

Chalende:
-, Edward, 275.
-, Emott, 275.
-, Janet, 275.
-, Thomas, will of, 275.

Chamber, William, mayor of Lincoln, 22.

Chamberlain, Warin son of Gerold, 2.

Chambre:
-, John a, alias Cook, 245.
-, William, 6.

Chancellor of England, the, 242.
-, Thomas, the, 2.
-, Mr., 254.

Chancery, the, 8, 130, 277.
-, decree in, 240.
-, masters in, 275.
-, petition in, 143.
-, records in, 128.

Chaplain, William, called Bonde, 230.

Chaplin:
-, John, esq., 288.
-, Sir Robert, expelled the House of Commons, 289.

Chapman:
-, Mr. Robert, 17.
-, William, 129, 266.

Chappell, Christopher, 274.

Chardro, Regnold, 133.

Charing Cross, letter dated from, 39.

Charitable purposes, statutes concerning gifts for, 13.

Charles, Prince, afterwards Charles I., council of, letter from, 162.

Charles I., King of England, 18, 98, 100, 145, 155, 180, 186, 188, 189.
-, — letters, &c., of, 90, 200 (2), 201 (9), 202 (5), 203 (6).
-, — — under sign manual, 99.
-, benevolence to, 190.
-, charters granted by, 13, 109, 158.
-, — surrender of, 110.
-, fee-farm rent granted to, 103.
-, guard of, 202.
-, intends to make war upon Parliament, 202.
-, outline portrait of, 13.
-, privy seal of, 189.
-, proclamations of, 98.
-, revenues of, 190.
-, secretaries of state, 201, 202.
-, ships for service of, 101.
-, "State Tracts printed in the reign of," 190.

Charles II., 24, 105, 106, 109, 110 (2), 120, 146, 147, 149, 150, 152, 160, 162, 190.
-, letters, &c., of, 13, 104, 123 (2), 145, 148, 158 (2), 189.
-, letters, &c., to, 104, 162 (2).
-, addresses to, 109, 149, 150.
-, ancestors of, 147.
-, arms of, 104, 148.
-, commissioners of, 104, 105.
-, conspiracies to assassinate, 109, 150.
-, jester of, 146.
-, portrait of, 13, 123 (2).
-, servants of, fees demanded by, 145, 146.
-, statute of concerning oaths, 152.
-, visits Bury, 145.

Charnepeny, 123.

Charte, Little, Kent, 240.

Charter Rolls, the, 2, 3, 5.

Chaucumb', Richard de, 228.

Chauent, Peter de, 6.

Chauncey:
-, II., letter of, 162 (2).
-, Sir Henry, recorder of Hertford, letters to, 162 (2).
-, John, charity of, 160.

Chaundeler, Ralph, 250.

Cheadle, 235.

Chebbeseie, Robert de, 229.

Chedworth, Richard, 266.

Chequer, Richard, 97.

Cherry, Benjamin, mayor of Hertford, letter to, 163.

Cherry Willingham, 14.

Cheseman, John, the knitter of Lincoln, 17.

Chester:
-, Annals, the, 206, 211.
-, — comparison of three texts of, 206–209.
-, bishop of, 210, 219.
-, diocesan registry at, 206.
-, Ralph, archdeacon of, 229.
-, St. Werburg's abbey at, 206, 209, 210.
-, — chronicle of, 206.

Chevele, William, 131.

Chevington manor and park, 138.

Cheyne (?), T., letter of, 268.

Cheynturel, Master Henry, 228.

Chichester:
-, cathedral, jurisdiction, &c. of, 221, 225.
-, J., chancellor of, 168.
-, John, dean of, 168.
-, Ralph, bishop of, Chancellor, 5.

Child, Richard, M.D., 144.

Childewite, 3, 4.

Chirchetoun. See Kirton in Lindsey.

Cholmeley, Nicholas, esq., 91.

Chorleton, 191.

Christ Church, Oxford, 112, 186.

Christ's College, Cambridge, 65.

Christianity, Court of, 215.

Christie, Mr. Richard Copley, chancellor of Chester, 206, 207, 210.

"Christmas, Crying," ceremony so called, 58.

Church of England, 151.
-, canons of, 146.
-, nonconformity to. 144.
-, Protestant religion of, 117.

Church goods, commissioners for, 46.

Churches, Act for the union of, 46.

Churchehille, 191.

Churchill, John, Duke of Marlborough, victory gained by, 114.

Cistercians exempted from paying tithes, 174.

Civil War, the, 1, 102, 104, 180.

"Civitas Lincolnia, from its municipal and other records," 1.

Clagett:
-, Mr. Nicholas, 149, 151, 153.
-, Mr. William, 148, 149 (2).

Clare, 129.
-, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester, 200.
-, —, Joan, wife of, 200.
-, —, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 250.
-, Richard de, earl of Gloucester, 209.

Clarel, Master John, archdeacon of Stafford, 215.

Clarence, Thomas, duke of (1414), 10.

Clarendon, document dated at, 132.

Clark, Andrew, Register of University of Oxford by, 68, 75, 88.

Clarke:
-, Katherine, 274.
-, John, 145.
-, Mr., 97, 162.
-, Richard, 159.
-, William, 46.

Clarson, skipper Nanmynk, 275, 276.

Clatham, John, 280.

Clay, the, wool, 14, 15.

Clayton, Claton:
-, Christopher, 284 (3), 291 (2).
-, David, 284 (2).
-, George, 257, 284 (2).
-, George, mayor of Grimsby, 259, 286, 287.

Cleatham, John, 280.

Clee, 260, 262 (2), 267, 269, 270, 277.
-, Idale in, 277.
-, rental of, 277.
-, St. Saviour's parish in, 277.

Cleethorpp, 260, 261.

Clegate, Mr. Nicholas, 144 (2).

Clement:
-, III. confirmation by, 222.
-, IV., 173.
-, — bull of, 223.
-, V., 197.
-, — bull of, 231.
-, VI., 177 (2).
-, — bulls, &c. of, 168 (2), 169 (3).
-, VII., 204.
-, John, 271.
-, — pedigree of, 271.
-, William, 271.

Clerk, Clerke:
-, Ralph, of London, 228.
-, Richard, recorder of Lincoln, 25.
-, Robert of Lincoln, 23.
-, Robert, the, of Neutune, 156.
-, — Ralph and Walter, his sons, 156.
-, Stephen, 194.
-, William, recorder of Lincoln, 32.
-, William, 227, 288.

Clerkenwell, letter dated at, 267.

Clifford, Richard, bishop of London, 176.

Clifton:
-, Mr. Henry, 204.
-, —, chapter clerk of Worcester, 176, 177.
-, writ dated at, 128.

Cliftuna, Robert de, 192.

Clinton:
-, Roger de, bishop of Lichfield, 222, 223.
-, and Saye, Thomas lord, 279.

Cliva, 191.

Clodeshale, 191.

Clopton, Walter de, 130.

Cloth trade, the, stock for setting up in Lincoln, 26.

Cloths, 6, 7.
-, not made in England, &c., punishment for buying, 6.
-, and clothmaking, 44, 45, 50.

Clyfton:
-, William, 12.
-, William, citizen and merchant tailor of London, 138.

Clynton:
-, E., lord, 255.
-, — letters of, 254, 256 (2).

Clyve, friar Martin of, 195.

Coates, Great and Little, 258, 259, 261, 277.

Coatesworth, William, esq., 286 (2).

Cobbs, Mr. James, letters to, 146, 147.

Cobbyngewolle, wool so called, 15.

Cockfighting, 94.

Cockles, 36.

Codde, Richard, 6.

Codderugi, Crusi de, 192.

Codex Dipl., Kemble's, 132.

Codington, 209.

Coins and coinage, 105, 106, 107, 114.

Cok, William, 138.

Cokayne, Thomas, chaplain, 21.

Coke:
-, John, 266.
-, Ralph de la, 214.
-, Sir Edward, knt., 140.

Colby parish, horse races in, 106.

Colchester, Jocey of, 12.

Cole, William, 133.

Coleman, Edmund, 152 (2).

Coleshulla, Ralph de, 192.

Collaie, Andrew, parson of Dundee and preacher of Edinburgh, 203.

Collins, Wm., 188.

Collinson, Dr., Lady Margaret professor of divinity, Oxford, 186.

Colonia, John de, 233.

Colson, Mr. Christopher, 112.

Colton:
-, Barnard, 261.
-, Bernard, 290.
-, Richard, 290.

Common pleas, 83.
-, Court of, 238.

Common Prayer, Book of, 144.

Compton, Thomas, 102.

Concealed lands, 64.

Concilia Magnœ Britanniœ, Wilkins', 176, 177.

Concilium Magnum, 9.

Confirmation Rolls, 238, 239.

Conflens, William de, archdeacon of Hereford, 219.

Conquest, the, 9.

Constable:
-, Robert, 289.
-, Thomas, M.P., 263.

Conventicle Act, the, 158.

Conventicles, fines and forfeitures for attending, 160.

Convention Parliament, the, 152.

Conysbie, 281.

Cook, Cooke:
-, alias a Chambre, John, 245.
-, Edward, mayor of Grimsby, 285, 291.
-, John, 283, 289.
-, Master, 275.
-, Moses, 290 (4).
-, Paul, 290 (2).
-, Richard, 260, 262, 290.
-, Robert, 284, 289 (2), 290 (3).
-, Robert, blacksmith, 72.
-, Walter, 132.

Cooper, William, letter of, 162.

Coots, Robert, 27.

Cope, James, 266.

Copeland, William, 266 (2).

Coppin, Daniel, 19.

Cork, 6.

Corn, dearness of, 34.

Cornhill, William of, bishop of Lichfield, 225.
-, — grants by, 200, 228 (2).

Cornwall, 6.
-, Henry of, 214.
-, Reginald, Earl of, 7 (2), 222.

Cornwood, 189.

Corporation Plate and Insignia of England and Wales, work on, 120.

Corporations:
-, Act for well governing of, 104, 143.
-, — augmenting livings in, 104.
-, proclamation for restoring, 152.

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 68.

Corpus Christi, procession of, 134.

Corsford hundred, 128.

Corteys, Thomas, 270.

Cotes:
-, Henry, 266.
-, John de, 288.

Cotez, manor of, 264: and see Coates.

Cottingham, Yorks, benefice and parsonage of, 37.

Cottone, Robert, 128.

Cottonian library, the, 210, 211.

Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib., 125.

Count, Benedict le, 12.

Couper, William, 48.

Court, the, 94, 109, 162, 190.
-, letters dated from, 38, 67, 72, 111, 256.

Courtenay:
-, William, archbishop of Canterbury, 178.
-, — confirmation by, 168.

Covell:
-, John, 152.
-, Thomas, 151.

Covenant, Solemn League and, 115.

Covenham, John de, 257.

Coventry:
-, cathedral church of 220, 222, 223.
-, — chapter of, 228, 230, 233.
-, St. Michael's church at, 218, 219, 225.
-, bishop of. See Lichfield.
-, — W., 7.
-, knights and burgesses of, 220.
-, mayor and barons of, 216.
-, official of, 234.
-, prior of, 219, 220, 221, 223.
-, — Geoffrey, 220.
-, — and convent of, 217, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223.
-, — — letter to, 214.

Coventry, Henry, 149.

Cowhop, John, 241,

Cowlbe, Henry, 277.

Cowper:
-, Henry, 258.
-, Lord, petition to, 163.
-, Sir Robert, vicar of Bolingbroke, 28.
-, Sir William, 162.

Cowyke, Stephen, 266.

Cox:
-, Dr,, 225, 226 (4), 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 236.
-, Rev. J. Charles, L.D., 205, 206, 216.
-, — "Catalogue of muniments of Dean and chapter of Lichfield," &c., by, 205.

Coxall:
-, Alderman, 109.
-, Mr., mayor of Lincoln, 111.

Craine:
-, Emma, 259.
-, John, 259.

Crakepullynge, wool so called, 15.

Cranewys, John, 125.

Cranmer:
-, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 200.
-, — confirmation by, 170.
-, — injunctions and provisions by, 179.

Cratfeld, William, abbot of St. Edmunds Bury, 124.

Crawecumbe, G. de, 5.

Crawell', Thomas de, 228.

Crawthorne, Michael, 117.

Crew, Mr. William, mayor of Grimsby, 283, 290.

Croft, Francis, 189.

Crofts, William, esq., 150.

Crombe, Symond, 191.

Crome, Justinian, 50, 51.

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, proclaimed Lord Protector, 144.
-, — surveys of, 227.
-, Master Thomas, Chief Secretary to Henry VIII., 16.

Cropthorne, 191.
-, church of, 168, 169.

Crosier, Richard le, 156.

Crowel, 191.

Crowland, 180.

Crowle manor, 180.

Crown:
-, the ancient demesnes of, 24, 277.
-, — free from tolls and taxes, 23.
-, clerks of, 13.
-, office, the, 83.
-, — writs from, 84.
-, — seal of, for recognizances of debts, 15.
-, succession to the (Henry VIII.), 33.

Croydon, document dated at, 138.

Cuilli, Hugo de, 227.

Cuke, John, 241.

Culloden, victory at, 20, 117.

Cumba, abbot and monks of, 233.

Cumberland:
-, Earl of (1572), 66.
-, Mr. 92.

Cumin, T., 229.

Cunegester, Nicholas de, 156.

Cunstabull, Dame Elizabeth, 278.

Curant, William, 227.

Curbellio, William de, archbishop of Canterbury, 223.

Curson, Lord, 157.

Curtas:
-, Brian, 274.
-, Thomas, 277.

Curtis, Curteis, Curteys:
-, Bryan, 259.
-, Bryan, 289 (3).
-, James, 261.
-, Leonard, mayor of Grimsby, 279, 289.
-, Richard, 260.
-, Richard, of Clee, 280.
-, Thomas, 261, 280.

Curzun, Richard de, 227.

Cuxwold, 241.

D.

Dagworth, J., 125.

Dalbie, Mr. 78, 79 (3), 82 (2).

Dalderby, Robert de, chantry of, in St. Bennet's, Lincoln, 28, 31, 32, 43.

Dale, Thomas, beadle of Lincoln, 95.

Dalton, John, 261.

Dalyson, William, esq., serjeant at law, 46, 60.

Damartin, William de, 228.

Damask, 108.

Damini, an Italian painter, 20.

Danbye, Thos., gent., 261.

Danes, piracies of the, 244, 245.

Daniel, John, 230.

Danileg', church of, 233.

Danyell, Sir William, knt., 140.

Darby, Mr. Charles, 148.

Darcy, Sir Thomas, knt., lord Darcy 253 (2).
-, receipt by, 252.

Darkes, Sir James, priest of Stratford College, 183.

Datchworth, Herts, 163.

Davers, Sir Robert, bart., 152, 153.

David, Robert, 239.

Davids, Richard, professor of divinity, 193.

Davis, Ann, 284.

Dawlyn, Robert, 258.

Dawson:
-, John, 76.
-, Mr. John, 92.
-, Mr. Thomas, 92.
-, Thomas, 84.
-, Thomas, 105.
-, William, 104 (2).
-, — 70.

Deal, 219.

Dean, Deane:
-, Bridgett, 286.
-, Henry, 286.
-, alias Lawrence, John, 276.

Deeping, William, 102.

Deerhurst, priory of, 199.

De Mercatoribus, statute called, 18.

Dene:
-, John, 266.
-, John, 289 (2).

Denham, Alan de, 131.

Denmark, King of, 244.

Denmark House, Strand, London, letter dated from, 162.

Denny, Dennys:
-, A., 200.
-, Mr., 98, 103.

Denton, James, dean of Lichfield, will of, 235.

Denyas, Sir Robert, chantry priest, 26.

Deodand, Deodands, 63, 189.
-, and treasure trove, &c., 138.

Derby:
-, John of, dean of Lichfield, 216, 223.
-, Philip canon of, 168.
-, Vivian archdeacon of, 193.

Derbyshire, 65.
-, Archæological Society, Journa of, 229.
-, sheriffs, &c., of, letter to, 249.

Derham, W., 125.

Despenser, Hugh le, 218.

Devennok, church of St. Cannot in, 197.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 189.

Devonshire. 6.

Diabella, a Jewess, 11.

Dicconson (Dickinson), Mr., mayor of Lincoln, 83.

Dice, 13.

Diceto, dean Ralph de, 168.

Dickonson, William, 90.

Digby, W., dean of Worcester, letter of, 190.

Dighton:
-, Edward, esq., 240.
-, Mr., 29.
-, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 24.
-, Robert, 34.
-, William, mayor of Lincoln, 42, 44.

Diglis near Worcester, 200.

Dingley, William, 188.

Diryksoon, Mr. Henryk, 275.

Dobson, Christopher, 70, 71.

Doddeham, 191.

Dodderhall, 188.

Dodderhill, church of, 185.

Doderhull, 192 (3), 193.
-, St. Austin's, 192.

Dogmersfeld, document dated at, 10.

Doncaster, document dated at, 11.

Doncestria, William de, 209.

Dorsborch (Dorsberg near Worms?), 122.

Doughty, Joseph, 18.

Douglas, a Scotsman, 181.

Dove (river), 212.

Dover, 219.
-, documents dated at, 133, 225.

Dover, Lord (1688), 150, 151.
-, letters to, 151 (2), 152.
-, letters from, 152.
-, brother of, 151.
-, family of, 151.

Dowle, John, 266.

Down and Connor, bishop of. See Hutchinson, Francis.

Draghton, William de, 131.

Draper:
-, John, 261.
-, Laurence, 261.
-, Osias, 261.
-, William, 291.

Draughton, Richard de, abbot of Bury, 128, 157.

Drawswerd:
-, Thomas, 133.
-, Walter, 132.

Drayton, Richard de, 128.

Drenkestone, John, 132.

Drewry, Sir Robert, 41.

Drogheda, 6.

Droitwich, bullaries of salt water in, 189.

Drope, John, B.A., 61.

Drowrie, Drowry:
-, Henry, 241.
-, Robert, 274.
-, — will of, 274.
-, — Alice, daughter of, 274.
-, — Isabel, daughter of, 274.
-, — Katherine, daughter of, 274.

Drury:
-, Robert, knt., 139.
-, — grant to, 140.
-, Sir Robert, 121.

Druymerston, 191.

Dublin, 6.
-, archbishop of, grant to, 225.

Ducking stool, 20.

Dudley, John, Earl of Warwick, 200.

Duellum, 3, 4.

Duffeld:
-, Hugh, 267.
-, Margaret, widow, 267.
-, Thomas, 267.
-, Thomas, his son, 267.
-, William, 288 (4).

Dugdale, 171, 178, 184, 200, 214, 216, 218, 219, 221, 222 (4), 223 (4), 226, 227, 228, 229, 230.

Duncombe, Sir John, letters of, 146, 147.

Dungannew, 207.

Dunhampstede, Donastede, 191.

Dunstanville, Rob. de, 2.

Dunstapl. Ann., 229.

Duppa, Mr. Thomas, gentleman usher, 146.

Durdent, Walter, bishop of Lichfield, 217.
-, — grant to, 222.

Dureftherd, John de, 127.

Durham:
-, A., bishop of, 7.
-, bishop of (1409), 10.
-, dean of, 190.

Duttone, friar William, 198.

Dycon, John, 6.

Dydson, John, 183.

Dyghton, Dyghtone:
-, Mr., schoolmaster, 31.
-, Robert, 24.
-, William, 28 (2).
-, William, 33.

Dyllewyne, John, 133.

Dymbleton, Henry, 277.

Dymock:
-, Andrew, 262.
-, Charles, 74.
-, Hon. Charles, 241.
-, Sir Edward, knt., 74.
-, Jane, 241.
-, Sir Robert, 262.

Dynewell:
-, Jacob, 241.
-, James, 271.

Dynis, Michael, 261.

Dynnys, Edward, mayor of Lincoln, 77, 79 (2), 80 (2).
-, — bequest by, 80.
-, — wife of, 80.

Dyon:
-, Alice, 267.
-, John, 267.
-, John, 39 (2).

E.

Ealand, Mr., 94.

Earl Marshal, the (1386), 130.

Early English Text Society, 180.

East:
-, Robert, 290.
-, William, 289.

Eccleshall, 212, 217, 218 (3).

Eccleshal', William de, 229.

Eddeworthe, Stephen de, 6.

Edgar, charters of, 171.

Edgbaston, 233.
-, chapel of, 216.

Edon:
-, Hugh, 241.
-, Hugh, 258.
-, Hugh, mayor of Grimsby, 266, 289 (3).
-, — — letter to, 250.
-, John, 289.
-, William, 266.

Edward the Confessor, 2, 133.
-, charters of, 132 (5).
-, Laws of, 167.
-, feast of Translation of, 134.

Edward I., king of England, 8, 49, 123, 125, 126, 128, 155, 156 (5), 158, 169, 171, 200, 212 (2), 216, 220, 224, 231, 232.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 115, 214, 220, 223, 230, 231.
-, charters of, 7, 106, 132 (3).
-, debtors of, 231.
-, provisions by, for staple of wool, &c., 6.
-, wardrobe of, 230, 231.
-, writs of, 128, 130.

Edward II., 14, 159, 184, 206, 247.
-, letters patent of, 216 (2), 233 (2).
-, charters of, 8 (2), 106, 132, 192.
-, writ of, 128.

Edward the Black Prince, 123, 157.
-, minstrels of, 157.

Edward III., 8, 18, 123 (2), 128, 157, 159, 174.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 4, 14, 128, 130 (2), 235, 238 (2), 239 (3), 261, 262, 278.
-, charters of 8 (2), 9 (2), 132 (5), 133 (3), 158, 177, 193 (2).
-, minstrels of, 157.
-, Queen of, 157.
-, visits Bury St. Edmunds, 157.
-, writs of, 170, 213, 215 (2).

Edward IV., 23, 35, 63, 64, 133, 139, 157 (2), 158, 175, 181, 265, 267, 269, 272.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 14, 179, 236.
-, charters of, 11 (2), 22, 23, 25.
-, petition to, in Parliament, 5.
-, threatened invasion of, by Henry VI., 179.

Edward VI., 16, 42, 47.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 41, 200 (2), 238, 240.
-, exemplification by, of an Act of Parliament, 12.
-, accession of, 40.
-, his commissioners of Church goods, 46.
-, petition to, 44.
-, proclamations by, 42, 44.
-, signature of 200 (2).
-, writ of, 254.

Edwards:
-, Mr. John, 147.
-, — letter from, 148.

Edwin the prevost, Adam son of, 192.

Efra, the Spirit, 13.

Egerton:
-, Sir Charles, 261.
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Keeper, 256.

Egue, William, 194.

Eland, William, gent., 283.

Elizabeth:
-, Lady (afterwards Queen), 47.
-, Queen of England, 13, 17, 18, 49, 56, 58, 64, 69, 138, 143, 159, 186, 187, 193, 260.
-, letters, &c. of, 189, 200.
-, charters of, 13, 139, 158, 239 (2), 282 (2).
-, arms of, 68.
-, council of, 50.
-, laws and statutes of, 139.
-, proclamation by, 53.
-, — for suppressing seditious books, 282.
-, seals of, for recognizances, 13, 50.
-, secretary of. See Cecil, Sir William.
-, signature of, 200.
-, sketch of 13.
-, writ from, 72.

Elkington, Simon, 289 (2).

Ellarde, William, 240.

Ellesmere, T., Lord Chancellor, 141, 142.

Ellis, Ellys:
-, Mr. Leo, mayor of Lincoln, 62 (2), 63.
-, Mr., 77.
-, Thomas, junr., of Wyham, 279.
-, Mr. William, 73.
-, Sir William, knt., recorder of Lincoln, 86, 91, 95.
-, — deed of gift by, 18.
-, — bequest of, to poor widows in Lincoln, 102.

Ellison, Richard, 117.

Elmer, Mr., archdeacon of Lincoln, 60.

Elmeshale, William de, 288 (2).

Eltham, John of, Earl of Cornwall, 9.

Elvines, Edw., 188.

Elvyngton, co. York, 271.

Ely:
-, bishop of (1330), 9, 24.
-, G., bishop of, 5.
-, church of, 24.
-, Luke of, 214.
-, Nicholas of, bishop of Winchester and Worcester, 195 (2).

Elyot, Robert, 122.

Emanson, Robert, 257.

Emerson:
-, Francis, 68.
-, Michael, 261.

Emly, bishop of. See Windele, Robert.

Emonson, Emmonson:
-, Thomas, 71.
-, Thomas, 83.
-, — 70.

Emperor, the (1727), 116.

Empringham, Empryngham:
-, John, 244.
-, John, 268.
-, John, mayor of Grimsby, 271, 274, 289 (4).
-, Master, 276.
-, Mr. Michael, mayor of Grimsby, 280, 290 (3).
-, — letters to, 254, 256.
-, Richard, 260.
-, Richard, 277.
-, Richard, mayor of Grimsby, 289 (3). 290 (2).
-, — letter to, 254.
-, Robert, 260, 290.

Empyngham, John, 266.

Enderby:
-, Elizabeth, 271.
-, John, will of, 271.
-, — John, and John, sons of, 271.
-, Margaret, 271.
-, Sibyl, 271.
-, Thomas, 271.
-, Thomas, 17, 85.
-, William, 271.

Engayne, Hugh de, 159.

Engine for burning prisoners on the cheek, 20.

England, 124.
-, Chancellor of, mandate to, 223.
-, Church of, 179, 180.
-, internal defence of, 119.
-, invasion of, threatened, 154.
-, Ireland, and Wales, staple of wool, &c., in, 6, 7.
-, Pope has no jurisdiction in, 179.
-, prospect of French invasion of, 117.
-, trade guilds in, 121.
-, Union of, with Scotland, 153.

"England's appeal from the private cabal at Whitehall," 190.

Engynur, Robert le, 130, 156 (2).

Epworth, document dated at, 250.

Erith, Kent, 269.

Erpyngham, Sir Thomas, steward of the Household, 10.

Erskine, Thomas, Viscount Fenton, 142.

"Escaet de anno 15° Edw. 3," 259.

Escheator of co. Lincoln, grant by, 267.

Escheator's inquisition, 169.

Escrop, Richard de, 192.

Essex, 128.
-, Henry de, constable, 2, 7 (2).
-, Geoffrey, son of Peter, Earl of, 3.

Est, Henry, 266.

Established Church, the, 115.

Esterlings, 263.

Estham, 231.

Ethelred, 213.
-, brother of Wlfrid, 213.

Eton, 116.

Euerarde,......, 6.

Eugene, Prince, 20.

Eugenius III., 219.

Everdon, Thomas, 175.

Everingham, Yorks, 282.

Evesham, battle of, 212.

Evesham:
-, A. abbot of 168.
-, John of, 169, 176, 177 (2), 198.
-, Richard, abbot of, 219.
-, Silvester de, bishop of Worcester, 191.
-, Thomas, abbot, and the convent of, grant by, 200.

Evordon, Philip de, 215.

Ewelle, Thomas, 131.

Ewelme rectory, 201.

Exchequer, the; 8, 10, 22, 62, 81, 128, 131, 247, 252, 253, 263, 264, 268, 270.
-, Barons of, 131.
-, — writ to, 218.
-, Chamber, the, 75.
-, charter enrolled in, 32.
-, Court of, 185, 186.
-, — decree of, 262.
-, — commissioners from, 260.
-, Memoranda of, 11.
-, Office, letter dated from, 162.
-, process in, 131.
-, records, 42.
-, Red Book of, 198.
-, seal of, 132.
-, suit in, 53.
-, Treasurer and Chamberlains of, 277.
-, writ, 25.

Exclusa, Stephen de, knt., 194.

Exeter, 6.
-, Bartholemew, bishop of Exeter, award of, 168.
-, Thomas, bishop of (1378), Treasurer, 9.
-, canons of:
-, — Moyses, 168.
-, — Roger, 168.
-, — Silvester, 168.
-, — Trustin, 168.
-, cathedral, jurisdiction of, 221, 225.
-, John, treasurer of, 168.
-, John Cecil, Earl of, 106.

Eye, John, penitentiary of Bury, 158.

Eylestone:
-, church of, 23.
-, chapel of St. Edmund the King in, 23.
-, John, of Lincoln, will of, 23.

Eynsham monastery, 179.

Eyr, Sir John, 130.

Eyton, "Court of Henry II.," 218, 219.

F.

"Facsimilies of Anc. MSS.", 200.

Falaise, document dated at, 132.

Fanshawe, Henry, esq., 285.

Farford, Sir Robert, parson of Blaunkney, vicar of Scoupwyke, 6.

Farmer, William, of Thavies Inn, Holborn, 107.

Fasti Ecclesiœ Anglicanœ, ed. Hardy, 168.

Fasti Ecclesiœ Hiberniœ, Cotton's, 125.

Fastynggangeven, 257.

Fausset, —, Lady Margaret professor of divinity, Oxford, 186.

Fawkener, —, alderman of Lincoln, 41.

Felawe, Richard, 230.

Fereday, Mr., of co. Lincoln, 85.

Ferentino, document dated at, 217.

Fermour, John, 278.

Fernes, William, 67.

Ferour, Thomas, 132.

Ferrour, Robert, 48, 49.

Ferur, John le, of Bury, 156.

Field, David, esq., 259.

Fifteenths and tenths, 49.

Fisbage, Richard de, 208.

Fiskerton, 14.

Fisson, George, tailor, 141.

Fitz Drogo, William, knt., 256.

Fitzherberd:
-, Anthony, 253.
-, Mr. John, 253.

Fitzhugh, Sir Henry, chamberlain, 10.

Fitz Joceline, Reginald, bishop of Bath, 222.

FitzLucas, Edmund, 131.

FitzMartin, Alexander, chantry of, 24, 43.

FitzParnell, Robert, Earl of Leicester 194.

Fitzwilliam, Sir Thomas, knt., recorder of London, 262, 268.

Fladbury, 194 (2).
-, document dated at, 169.

Flanders, 231.

Fleet prison, the, 63.

Fleetwood, Roger, grant to, 235.

Flemyng chantry, 43.

Fletcher, Richard, bishop of Bristol, 189.
-, elected bishop of Worcester, 189.

Fletchour, William, 266.

Florencia, Reynier de Wichio, called de, 216, 219.

Folegambe:
-, William, 230.
-, — Thomas his brother, 230.

Foleker, Nicholas son of, 156.

Folkingham, Thomas, 11.

Fordham:
-, John de, keeper of the privy seal (1378), 9.
-, John, prior of Worcester, 177.

Forest, charter of the, 217.

Forman:
-, John, 241, 258.
-, William, 241, 270.
-, —, alderman of Lincoln, 29.

Fornham:
-, All Saints, manor of, 138.
-, — parson of, 139.
-, St. Genevieve, manor of, 138.
-, St. Martin, manor of, 138.

Fornham, Thomas, 131.

Forrest, Alexander, lease to, 278.

Fortescue, Sir John, 256.

Forthdrove, furthedrove, 124 (2).

Fortrey, Samuel, 18.

Foss-dyke, Lincoln, 18, 65.
-, tolls at, 18.

Fosse, William, 288 (2), 289.

Fosseto, Richard de, 230.

Foster, Sir Thomas, justice of assize, 17, 85.

Fotherby, Fotherbie:
-, Elizabeth, 288.
-, Henry, 280, 281.
-, John, will of, 240.
-, John, 261.
-, John, 275.
-, John, 253, 280, 289 (2).
-, Martin, 280, 291.
-, Richard, 282, 290.
-, Robert, 240, 260 (2), 280.
-, Thomas, 280.
-, W., 240.

Fountenaye, Simon de, 257.

Fowler, —, 277.

Fox:
-, Charles, town clerk of Hertford, 163.
-, William, 27.

Framptone, Roger, 132.

France, 24, 173, 244.
-, Kings of, 174.

Francisc', John, 229.

Frank, John, 10.

Franklen, John, 62.

Fraric, 156.

Fraunces, Edmond, 240.

Fraunceys, Robert le, 130.

Frauncis, —, macebearer to the Lord Chancellor, 49.

Fraunke:
-, Sir William, knt., 269.
-, William, 288.

Fraunkesh, John, 241.

Fraxino, William de, 217.

Freake, Edmund, bishop of Worcester, visitation by, 184.

Freemantle, document dated at, 218.

Freeston, Mr., 111.

Freford, Richard de, chaplain, 227.

Freire, Sir Thomas, chaplain, 32.

Freman, Master, 36.

French invasion, prospect of a (743), 117.
-, pirates, 255.
-, prisoners, 20.
-, Protestants, 109.

Frend, Roger, 207.

Frere, Sir Thomas, 31.

Friars, preaching, 130.

"Friendly Advice to the Anabaptists," 115.

Friskeny, Walter de, 8 (2).

Frogmorton, Thomas, 175.

Fuk:
-, Nicholas, 125, 126, 127.
-, — Robert son of, 127.

Fulbeck, 264.

Fulbeck, Thomas, 58.

Fulham, document dated at, 196.

Fulk, Nicholas son of, 156.

Fuller, William, bishop of Lincoln, 112.

Fulnetby, Richard, 289.

Funtenay, Simonde, 288 (3).

Fuscis, Angelo de, 178.

Fyndon, document dated at, 132.

Fynnyngham, John, 157.

Fyshe, Robert, 240.

Fystone, John, 133.

G.

Gabias, Jocey, 12.

Gaboys, Elias, 12.

Gainsborough, 119.

Gaisford, T., dean of Christ Church, Oxford, letter of, 186.

Galland, John, 95.

Gamo:
-, Henry de, canon of Lichfield, 219.
-, — prebendary of Gaye Minor, 216.

Gannes:
-, John, 266.
-, William, 266.

Gannock:
-, John, gent., 286.
-, Nathaniel, citizen and fishmonger of London, 286.

Gaol delivery, commission of, 262.

Garboldesham:
-, William son of Thomas de, 156.
-, — Mary his mother, 156.

Gardiner, Gardner:
-, Margaret, 283.
-, Robert, 277.
-, William, 283.

Garmston:
-, Rev. Mr., 115.
-, Shadrach, 115.

Garnon, Mr., alderman of Lincoln, 109.

Garra, Gilbert son of Gilbert de, 155.

Garyng:
-, Margaret, 272.
-, Robert, 272.

Gasci, John, 234.

Gascon wine, 31.

Gascony, 6.
-, merchants and people of not aliens, 6.

Gastrell, Francis, bishop of Chester, MS. of, 206–209, 210.

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster, 10, 18.

Gaye, Gilbert de la, Scientia widow of, 156.

Gaye Minor prebend, 216.

Gayton, John, 241.

Geddington, Northants, 220.

Gedney, Andrew, esq., 260.

Geld, 7.

George I., King of England, addresses to, 115, 116, 154 (2).

George II.:
-, addresses to, 117 (9), 154 (2), 257.
-, arms of, 116.
-, coronation day of, 116.
-, picture of, 116.
-, proclaimed King, 116.
-, Queen of, See Caroline.
-, returns to England, 117.

George, III.:
-, addresses to, 118, 120, 155 (2).
-, picture of, 118.
-, proclaimed, 118.
-, Queen of, 190.

George, William, D.D., dean of Lincoln, 118.

Gerard:
-, bishop of Lichfield, 212.
-, Walter son of, 156.

Germany, 122.

Gerold, Warin son of, 194.

Geroldi:
-, Guar' fil', chamberlain, 8, 222.
-, W. fil., chamberlain, 219.

Gesta Regum, 212.

Geynesburh, William of, bishop of Worcester, 196.

Gibbon, Mr. John, 144.

Gibbons, Mr. Alfred, Report by on records of Great Grimsby, pp. 237–291.

Gibbyns, Ferdinando, 85.

Gibraltar, 116.

Gibson, Mr., vicar of Hemswell, 112.

Giffard:
-, Godfrey le, bishop of Worcester, 166, 195, 196, 198, 200, 204.
-, Osbert, 5.
-, Walter, bishop of Bath and Wells, 230.

Gifford, Emmanuel, 143.

Gikell, Sir Gey, priest, 253.

Gildeford, master Robert of, 168.

Gilliatt, —, 106.

Glandforth Briggs, 274.

Glannvile, Nicholas de, 127.

Glasyner:
-, John, 270.
-, William, 241.
-, William, mayor of Grimsby, 258, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 289 (5).
-, — lease by, 258.

Glokke, Clement, 133.

Gloucester, 20, 234.
-, documents dated at, 170, 197.
-, archdeacon of, 196.
-, — J. de Grei, 3.
-, — William, 223.
-, College, Oxford, 182 (2).
-, monastery of St. Peter at, 196, 197 (4).
-, — abbot of, 196, 199.
-, — — letter of, 197.
-, — — Hamel, 168.
-, see of, 200.
-, and Hereford, G. earl of, 5.
-, Humphrey, duke of (1414), 10.

Glouc', John, 198 (2).

Glovernia, Richard de, 229.

Gnatsale, Thomas, sacristan of Bury abbey, 138.

Godard, Thomas, 131.

Goiz, Warin le, 194.

Goldsmyth:
-, W., 198 (2).
-, — Is', wife of, 198.

Goldwell:
-, Henry, esq., 153.
-, John, 277.

Gollere, John, 131.

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, 142.

Goodall:
-, Edmund, 133.
-, Mr. John, 116, 117.

Gooderich, John, coroner of Bury, 142.
-, Richard, letter of 254.

Gooding, Mr., 149.

Goodknappe:
-, Ralph, 37, 60.
-, William, 16, 60.
-, — conveyance by, 16.

Gorge, Hervey, 130.

Gorstre manor, 209.

Gosse:
-, William, 72.
-, Mr. William, 79 (2), 80, 88.

Gouderyk, Richard, esq., 259.

Goulceby, 240, 241.
-, manor of, 240.

Goulston, Mr., 163.

Government, the, 119.

Gower, William, 290 (5).
-, — William son of, 290.

Graa, William, 266 (2).

"Graceman" of guild pageants, 25, 26, 27, 29.

Grafton, John de, 124.

Granesby, Roger, 288 (2), 289 (2).

Grange:
-, Dr. E. L., 237.
-, W., esq., town clerk of Grimsby, 237.

Grange, manor of the, 157.

Grantham, 92, 112, 118, 119, 241, 254.
-, corporation of, orders of touching the poor, 101.
-, fire at, 114.

Grantham:
-, Mr., 51.
-, Thomas, 16, 41.
-, Thomas, clerk, 48.
-, Thomas, will of, 24.
-, Thomas, lands of, 65, 66.
-, Thomas, mayor of Lincoln, 11, 22 (3), 23 (2).
-, Thomas, vicar of Hanslape, 49 (2).
-, Vincent, 32 (2), 33, 34 (2), 35, 42.
-, Vincent, 286.
-, William, gent., 56.

Graunt, William, 266 (2).

Gravenor, Mr., 161.

Gray:
-, Agnus, 274.
-, John, 259.
-, Lord, 34.
-, William, 281.

Gray's Inn, 19.

Great Britain and Ireland, Calendar of entries in Papal Registers concerning, 214.

Greathead, Hamon, 290.

Great Seal, the, 8, 9 (3), 13 (3), 110 (3), 12 (3), 13 (4), 14 (5), 122, 123, 130 (2), 131 (2), 133, 138, 140, 200 (2), 262 (2).
-, Commission under for Benevolence from clergy, 190.

Greek church in London, 107.

Green, 183.
-, John, 60.
-, John, prior of Worcester, 169, 178.
-, Mr., of Boston, 74.
-, Richard, 133.
-, Valentine, 166, 178, 180.

Greenwich, documents dated at, 142, 243, 248.
-, the Court at, letter dated from, 254.

Greetwell, 14.

Grege, Sir William, 275.

Gregory IX., 172, 194, 209.
-, commission of, 219.
-, confirmation by, 222, 225.
-, mandate of, 220.

Gregory X., mandate of, 219.

Gregory XII., 176, 178.

Grei, J. de, archdeacon of Gloucester, 3.

Gresley:
-, C., esq., 236.
-, H., 188.

Grethead alias Manfeld, Richard, 267.
-, William, release by, 258.

Grey:
-, John, 281.
-, Reginald de, 7.
-, Walter de, bishop of Worcester, license to, 194.
-, William de, 230.

"Greyse," fat capons of, 35.

Grimaldi, Stacey, genealogist, 102.

Grimel, Grimley or Grymhulle, 191.

Grimsby, Great, 7, 237, 239, 240, 242, 245, 250, 252, 254, 257, 258, 260, 261, 262, 267, 268, 269, 271, 272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 280, 284, 285, 286.
-, abbey, 266, 269, 270, 271, 277.
-, alehouse bonds, &c., 266, 284.
-, apprentices at, 241, 275, 279.
-, Augustine Friars in, 243.
-, Bailiffs of, 238, 241, 246, 247, 250, 253, 257, 258, 260, 263, 265, 268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 280, 282, 285.
-, — extent books, &c., 237, 262, 285.
-, bellman, 274.
-, borough of, 238, 287.
-, — ordinances of, 241, 242, 246, 248.
-, burgesses, lists of, 263, 266.
-, chamberlains of, 280, 282.
-, chamberlain's accounts of, 237, 262, 287.
-, charities in, 240, 241.
-, churches of, 238, 269.
-, — Holy Trinity, 272.
-, — St. James's, 239, 240, 242, 257, 258, 259, 267, 271, 272, 274 (2), 275, 276, 278, 281 (2).
-, — St. Mary's, 242, 257, 258, 259, 271 (2).
-, Common Chamber, 281, 283, 286,
-, Common Hall, the, 271, 273, 280, 283.
-, coroners of, 257, 268, 270, 271.
-, —, letters to, 246, 248.
-, Corporation of, 237 239, 240, 241, 242, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 266, 284, 287.
-, — bill of Quo warranto against 286.
-, — grant by, 258.
-, — ordinances of as to debt, &c., 267, 268, 284.
-, — officers of, 239.
-, — out rents payable to, 262.
-, — Records of, Calendar of, 237– 291.
-, — treasurer of, 243.
-, Court Leet, 283.
-, — verdicts of, 287.
-, Court Books and Rolls, 237, 242, 248, 259, 262, 265, 266, 279, 280, 281, 282, 284, 285, 286, 287.
-, decay and desolation of, 247, 262, 269.
-, deeds belonging to, 251.
-, documents dated at, 242, 256.
-, extent or rent roll of, 262, 282.
-, fairs at, 238.
-, fee farm rent from, 242, 247, 248, 251, 252, 253, 256, 258, 260, 267 268 (2), 270 (2), 272, 285.
-, ferry at, 259, 274, 281.
-, final concords or fines, 237, 287.
-, frays in, 280, 282, 283, 284.
-, freemen, 259, 261, 273, 282, 283, 284, 287.
-, — admissions of, 237, 272, 273, 275, 285, 286, 287.
-, free school at, 237, 240, 283, 284, 285, 286.
-, — lands of, 239, 240.
-, friars in, 269, 271, 274.
-, gaol, 238.
-, — delivery, commission of, 262.
-, haven of, 249, 255, 258, 261, 269, 281, 285.
-, History of, by Robert Walker, 242.
-, Hustings and Great Court rolls, 262.
-, incorporation of, 239.
-, inquisitions and depositions, 259.
-, insolvent debtors' papers, 266.
-, keys of, 282, 283.
-, King's Court, 273.
-, King's revenue, and extent of, 268, 270.
-, leases in, 237, 257, 258, 259 (2), 285, 288.
-, liveries in, 244.
-, mace, 273, 282, 283, 285.
-, — serjeant of, 273.
-, mandamus to, 287.
-, market, 287.
-, Mayors of, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 247, 248, 252, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 266, 267, 268, 270, 271, 273, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 287.
-, — letters, &c., of, 269.
-, — letters to, 238 (2), 240, 243 (2), 244, 245, 246, 248 (2), 249, 250 (2), 251 (3), 253 (2), 257 (4), 255 (5), 256 (5), 257, 262, 268, 272.
-, — Court rolls, &c., of, 262.
-, — elections of, 246, 248.
-, — list of, 288–291.
-, members of Parliament for, 250, 252, 254 (5), 255 (4), 259, 263, 274 (2), 276, 279, 280, 283 (2), 285 (2), 286 (7), 287.
-, nuns of, St. Leonard's house of, 251, 270, 271, 277.
-, officers of the town and creek of, letter to, 245.
-, order of Hermits at, 271.
-, overflowing of the sea, 261, 269.
-, parish clerk, 284.
-, plan or map of, 260.
-, plea rolls, 262.
-, poor of, 240, 241, 285, 286.
-, port of, 261.
-, punishments at, 283, 284, 286.
-, Rayner's chantry, 239, 240, 272.
-, recognisances, 266.
-, Recorder of, 257, 262, 276, 282, 283, 285, 286.
-, Royal Charters to, 237, 238 (10), 239 (3), 241, 256, 257, 275, 282, 286, 287.
-, — and other letters, 242–57.
-, roll of oaths against Papal Supremacy and Transubstantiation, 285, 287 (2).
-, sacrament certificates, 237, 266, 287.
-, Sessions, 238, 265, 276, 279, 283, 287.
-, — papers, 237, 265, 287.
-, — and decrees of sewers, 285.
-, soldiers raised by, 286.
-, Spetyll Garthes, 269.
-, Spitelhouse, the, 248, 269, 282.
-, St. John, Fraternity of Hospital of, 258.
-, High Steward of, 282.
-, stocks at, 284.
-, surrender of to the King proposed, 268, 270.
-, survey of, 247.
-, tolls in, 271, 277.
-, Town Clerk, 237, 284, 287.
-, Town Hall, 237, 284.
-, "townes house," the, 280.
-, trade of, 238, 278, 281.
-, "twelvemen," 282, 283.
-, vagabonds in, 249.
-, vicarage of, 249.
-, water supply of, 259.
-, weights and measures in, 271, 279, 281.

Grimsby, places at or near:
-, Barr, 273.
-, Barregates at, 248.
-, Baxtergate in, 278.
-, Blewstone, the, 284.
-, Brighowgate, 278, 281.
-, Chauntry house and farm, 284 (2).
-, Cross in the Market Stead, 273, 284.
-, Dedemansbeuedland at, 257.
-, Fitties, the, 261 (2), 262.
-, East Marsh in, 258, 261 (2), 262, 285.
-, marsh called Wulsoo, 258, 260.
-, Northsanctmarigate, 258, 274 (2).
-, Seamore Bridge, 284.
-, St. Marygate, 278.
-, Wellowgate; 284.
-, West Marshes in, 259, 261 (2), 262.

Grimsby:
-, Edmund de, letters patent to, 239 (2).
-, — clerk, 272.
-, Henry, 277.
-, Sir John de, rector of Bynteworth, 272.
-, John, 266.
-, Rose of, ship, 276.
-, Simon de, 288.
-, William, escheator of Lincoln, 11.
-, William, 267.

Gris, John, 156.

Gronale, William de, mayor of Grimsby, 257.

Grosseteste, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 21, 221.

Groton, 144.

Groule, William de, 288.

Gryce, Thomas, letter of, 253.

Grymesby, John. See Grimsby.

Grymley manor, 180.

Guevara, Willoughby, gent, 283.

Guienne:
-, Duchy of, 6.
-, — merchants and people of not aliens, 6.

Guiges, John de, 228.

Guild:
-, of the clerks of Lincoln, 23.
-, let to farm, 28.
-, pageants, 1, 25.
-, of the Resurrection, in St. Martin's, Lincoln, 24.

Guillerinus, cardinal of St. Laurence in Lucina, 198.

Gunning, Peter, bishop of Chichester, 147.

Gunsalvi, Lorvo, 178.

Gyereseyeue, 3, 4.

Gylby, Wm., of Gray's Inn, recorder of Lincoln, 19, 117.

Gyll, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 6.

H.

Habingdon, —, 184.

Hadfield, William de, 228 (2).

Hadgavel, hadgovel, 123, 127.

Hale, archdeacon W. H., 166, 167.

Hale's "Registrum," 191.

Halesworth:
-, Thomas, alderman of Bury, 131.
-, — pardon to, 130, 131.
-, — indenture by, 132.

Hall:
-, Alice, 274.
-, Mr. Ebenezer, "the Antidote" by, 115.
-, John, 50.
-, John, 274.
-, John, atte, 266, 289 (2).
-, Paul, 274.
-, Richard atte, 266.

Hallesworth, Nicholas, 125.

Hallett:
-, John, 163.
-, — Mary, daughter of, 163.
-, — Mrs. Sarah, widow of, 163.

Halley, Nicholas, 259.

Hallington, William, 259.

Halliwell-Phillips, J. O., 204, 205.

Hallow, 191.
-, church of, 191.

Halsham:
-, Peter de, grants to, 257 (2), 288 (3).
-, — Agnes his wife, 257.

Halton:
-, Mr. Francis, 282, 283.
-, John, mayor of Lincoln, 30.
-, Robert, letter of, 256.
-, William, 284.

Halyle, John, 253.

Halysworthe. See Halesworth.

Hamby, Philip, 289 (2).

Hamelok, Thomas de Roos, late lord of, 6.

Hamilton, Sir James, 203.

Hamo, William son of, 2.

Hamond, Thomas, the "gerseyman," 90, 91.

Hamour, Randall, 30.

Hampton, document dated at, 138.

Hampton, John, 179.
-, Master Nicholas, 191.

Hampton Court, documents dated at, 39, 189, 249.

Hamstede, Thomas de, grant by, 228.

Hanaper, the, 11 (2), 12.

"Handerother," 9.

Handley Castle, 188.

Hanle, John, 131.

Hanney, Robert de, 21.

Hansard:
-, Richard, 290 (2).
-, William, 261.

Hanslape, Hanslope, Bucks, 49, 51, 61, 100, 103, 115.
-, advowson of, 47.
-, curate of, 62.
-, parsonage of, 16, 50, 51, 62.
-, priest of, 49.
-, rectory of, 12.
-, vicars of, 48, 49, 104, 107.
-, vicarage, 21.

Hanslay, Patrick, 274, 289.

Hanson, Thomas, 16.

Hantsingsilver, 126.

Harborne:
-, church of, 216, 219 (2).
-, prebend of, 249.

Harcourt, Philip de, Chancellor, 223.

Harcurt, Richard de, 217.

Hardicanute, charter of, 132.

Hardredeshill, William de, 230.

Hardwick, Humfrey, clerk, 203.

Hardy:
-, Mr. W. J., Report by, 158, 164.
-, T. D., 218.

Hargrave manor, 136.

Harlinge, Christopher, 282.

Harlowe, J., 125.

Harmer, Robert, 289.

Harmston parish, horse races in, 106.

Harpisfeld (?), J., 246.

Harpour, John, rector of Scarthow, 258.

Harrington:
-, Christopher, 262, 290.
-, Master, 276.

Harrison, John, clerk, 46.

Hartlebury:
-, John, prior of Worcester, 177.
-, manor, 193.

Hartlepool, 258.

Harvey:
-, James, 122.
-, W., 2.
-, — office copies attested by, 8 (2).

Hasteley, T., 129.

Hastinges:
-, John de, 7.
-, Lord (1541), 37.

Hatcliff, Hatclyff:
-, Christopher, 260, 262, 282, 290.
-, John, 262.
-, John, mayor of Grimsby, 282, 290 (3).
-, Mrs., 260.
-, Stephen, 241.
-, Steven, 274, 275.
-, Thomas, of Hatclyff, esq., 279.
-, William, 266, 229.
-, William, son of Steven, 274.
-, — — deed by, 275.
-, Mr. William, 275.
-, — William his son, 275.

Hathwey, Anne, marriage license of, 205.

Hattlyff:
-, John, 272.
-, Stephen, 268.

Hatton:
-, Sir Christopher, Lord Chancellor, 73.
-, — letters from, 72, 73.
-, John, 240.
-, —, Clare, wife of, 240.

Hauekedone, Stephen de, 130.

Haule, John, 132.

Haunserd:
-, George, 267.
-, Robert, 267.

Hauste, Robert de, 156.

Hawerthin, 207.

Hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, petition against, 116.

Hawkins, —, 186.

Hawstead, Mr., 84.

Hayward, Abr., 20

Heath, Nicholas, bishop of Worcester, 204.

Heaton:
-, Edward, 290 (3).
-, —, T., son of, 291.

Hedirsete:
-, Geoffrey de, 157.
-, Simon de, 139.

Heigham:
-, Clement, knt., 139.
-, Sir John, knt., 142.
-, Thomas, 133.

Heighington, 14.

Heinard, Edmund, 141.

Heling, John de, 288.

"Helmerother." 9.

Helperby, William, 133.

Hembury manor, 193.

Hempringham. See Empringham.

Hemswell, Hemmiswell, co. Lincoln, 60, 81, 103, 117.
-, chancel of, 101.
-, parsonage of, 50, 98, 101, 103.
-, — inventory of goods in, 60.
-, — lease of, 90 (2).
-, rectory of, 12.
-, vicar of, 101.
-, vicarage of, 68, 103, 112.

Heneage, Henneage:
-, George, archdeacon of Lincoln, 38 (2), 39 (2).
-, George, esq., 260, 262.
-, Sir George, knt., 262, 282.
-, John, 260, 262 (2).
-, John, esq., 274.
-, John, junr., 274.
-, Dame Katherine, 260.
-, Master, 275.
-, Mr., 254.
-, Sir Thomas, 260.

Henhowe, 132, 139.

Henley, friar R. de, 198.

Hennych. See Heneage.

Henry I., King of England, 2, 5, 7 (3), 8, 9, 133.
-, charters of, 132 (2), 171.

Henry, Duke of Normandy and Aquitain, &c. [afterwards Henry II.], charter of, 222.

Henry II., 3, 4, 5, 155, 198, 218 (2).
-, charters of, 8, 106, 173.
-, Gesta, 218.
-, grants by, 2 (2), 7.
-, writ of, 219.

Henry III., 1, 24, 128, 130, 155, 156 (5), 169, 171, 198, 208, 209, 247.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 5, 196, 223.
-, charters, &c. of, 4, 5, 6, 106, 173 (2), 230, 237, 238 (2).
-, confirmations, &c., by, 200, 217, 218 (2).
-, first crossing into Britanny, 5.
-, grants by, 22, 169, 171.
-, Edmund, son of, 207.
-, half brothers of, 209.
-, licences of, 42, 214 (2).
-, rebellion against, 173.

Henry IV., 124, 132, 182, 157, 158, 199, [sic: III.] 212, 262.
-, charters of, 10 (2), 105, 132.
-, privy seal of, 170.

Henry V., 124, 158.
-, charters of, 10, 133.
-, brothers of, 10.
-, uncle of, 10.

Henry VI., 11, 15, 21 (2), 35, 125, 157, 159, 177, 178, 179, 265.
-, letters patent of, 21, 22, 23 (2), 265.
-, charters, &c., of, 10, 11, 133 (2), 193 (2), 238.
-, licences from, 10, 11.
-, order by, 179.
-, visits Lincoln, 35.
-, writs of, 10, 250.

Henry VII., 35 (2), 138, 242, 270, 272.
-, letters patent, &c., of, 23, 243, 244 (2), 245 (2), 246 (2), 247, 270, 277, 278 (2).
-, charters of, 12, 138.
-, commission of, 262.
-, pardon by, 199.
-, rebellion against, 245, 246.

Henry VIII., 16, 24, 30, 35, 38, 39, 40, 47, 50, 53, 54, 125, 138, 179, 180, 181 (3), 183, 184 (2), 193, 240.
-, letters patent, &c. of, 39 (2), 52, 238 (3), 243, 248 (2), 249.
-, letter to, 38.
-, charters, &c. of, 12 (2), 28, 105, 138 (3), 199, 260.
-, grant to, 185.
-, pardons by, 14, 158.
-, commission of array, &c., 26, 33.
-, Anne, Queen of, 179.
-, arms of, 36.
-, Chamber of, Treasurer of. See Tuke, Sir Brian.
-, Council of, 33, 39.
-, death of, 40.
-, gifts to, 36, 37.
-, head of the Church of England, 179, 180.
-, goes to France, 39.
-, founds Worcester Cathedral, 185, 186.
-, maces of, 37.
-, portrait of, 12.
-, Queen of, 37.
-, — address to, 37.
-, visit of to Lincoln, 36, 37.
-, writ of, 33.

Henwick, 193.

Hepeworth, Heppeworth, 156.
-, John le Bret de, 146.
-, land called Gustes in, 156.
-, — Whatecroft, 156.

Herbert:
-, Dr. William, 147, 148, 149.
-, — widow of, 149.
-, W., 200.

Herd, Herde:
-, John, M.D., prebendary of Lincoln, 67.
-, Thomas, 6.

Hereford:
-, Cathedral, 197.
-, — chancellor of, 197.
-, — dean and chapter of, 199.
-, — jurisdiction of, 221, 225.
-, Giles, dean, and the canons of, 195.
-, Wlford, bishop of, 213.

Herefordshire, 218.

Heremyte, Robert, 176.

Herford, 218.

Herforton, 191.

Herryson, George, 42.

Hertford, 158, 159.
-, apprentices in, 163.
-, assizes at, 161, 162.
-, bailiff of, 159.
-, Borough Court, records of, 159.
-, bye-laws, 159, 160 (2).
-, "cadge" for, 160.
-, Castle, 161.
-, — extent of, 159.
-, charities in, 160, 163, 164.
-, churches in:
-, of the Blessed Mary, 159.
-, All Saints, 159, 162, 164.
-, — parishioners of, letters from, 162 (2).
-, constitutions for, 160 (2).
-, Corporation of, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163.
-, — buildings, 158.
-, — Calendar of MSS. of, 158–164.
-, — deeds, &c., of, 159.
-, Cowbridge in, 160, 162.
-, elections at, 162 (4), 163.
-, fire at, 160.
-, freemen of, 160, 163.
-, Free School at, 163 (2).
-, gaol in, 159.
-, inhabitants of, petition of, 162, 163 (5).
-, innholders, 163.
-, justices in, 161, 164.
-, justices of the peace, 160.
-, Le Holmes, 159.
-, letters, &c., dated at, 162, 163.
-, loyal subjects of, petition of, 162.
-, Manor Court rolls, 159.
-, markets and fairs, 158, 161.
-, market place, 159, 161.
-, — cross in, 160, 161.
-, Mayor of, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163.
-, — letters of, 161 (2), 162.
-, — letters to, 160, 162 (5), 163 (2).
-, — Court of, 158, 159.
-, members of Parliament for, 162 (3), 163 (2).
-, New Inn, 161.
-, pest houses, rate for building, 164.
-, Petty or Special Sessions, 159.
-, plague in, 164.
-, Quarter Sessions, 159, 164.
-, rate books, 164.
-, recognizance books, 164.
-, recorder, 160, 162, 163.
-, Royal Charters, 158.
-, sacrament certificate and oath rolls, 164.
-, sheriff of, letter to, 162.
-, St. Mary, prior and monks of, 159.
-, stocks and whipping post, 160.
-, survey of, 159.
-, town clerk, 158, 163.
-, Town Hall, 160 (2).
-, town rent rolls, 164.
-, Turner's History of, 160.
-, vill of, extent of, 159.
-, wet docks at, 163.

Hertfordshire, 128.
-, assizes for, 161.
-, gaol for, 159.

Hertylbury, Walter, almoner of Worcester priory, 185.

Hervy, Hervey:
-, Alexander, 11.
-, John Lord, 154.
-, — picture of, 154.
-, — wife of, 153.
-, Sir Thomas, knt., 149 (3), 150 (2), 152.

Herwike, William, 288 (2).

Heselwood, —, painter, 68.

Hewod' manor, 218.

Hewthwaite, Rev. Mr., 118.

Heylyng, Thomas, 257.

Heynes, W., 129.

Heynynges abbey, co. Lincoln, 34.

Heywood, 234.

Heywood, —, dean of Lichfield, 226 (2).

Hickes, —, dean of Worcester, 184 (2).

Hickes' Thesaurus, 200.

Higdoyn, Henry, sheriff of Lincoln, 22.

Hildewin, Richard son of, 192.

Hildyard:
-, Christopher, 259.
-, Henry, esq., 259.
-, William, 284.

Hill:
-, Henry, 277.
-, Katherine, widow, deed of, 278.
-, "Oriundus," 24.
-, Robert, 274.
-, Thomas, 278.
-, William, 40.

Hilliard, Sir Christopher, knt., 261.

Hillingdon, 200.

Hillingworth, Richard, II.

Hillyard:
-, Christopher, 112.
-, Christopher, 273.
-, Lady Johan, 273.
-, Peter, 273.
-, — his son, 273.
-, Richard, 273.

Hinkeleye, John de, 215.

Historical Manuscripts Commission, 121, 168.

Hobhouse, bishop Edmund, 165, 193 (3).

Hochard, Ellen, 157.

Hochynson, John, mayor of Lincoln, 60.

Hodges, Thomas, junr., esq., 163.

Hodshone, Alderman, 69 (2), 70.

Hodylstone:
-, Ralph, will of, 24.
-, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 22.

Hogekynson, Roger, 6.

Hogge:
-, Alice, 274.
-, Robert, 274.

Holbeche, Henry, S. T. P., monk of Crowland and prior and dean of Worcester, 180 (2).

Holborn, Middlesex, 240.
-, St. Andrew's, 240.

Holden, Mr., 98.

Holdesworth, Robert, 290.

Hole, 278.

Holland, 20.

Holles:
-, Freschville, esq., 290.
-, Col. Gervase, mayor of Grimsby, 259, 282 (3), 283 (2), 285, 288, 290 (2), 291.
-, — collections of, 288.
-, Sir F., knight, 291.

Hollington:
-, Martin, alderman of Lincoln, 56 (2).
-, — disfranchised, &c., for suing at Westminster, 56.

Hollingworth, Hollyngworth:
-, Edward, 75.
-, Leo, 78.
-, Martin. See Hollington.
-, Mr. Leon, 88 (2), 89 (2), 90 (2), 94.
-, — articles against, 88.
-, Mr. Michael, 107.
-, Mr., 82.

Holme, Richard de, 9.

Holmes:
-, George, 2.
-, — office copies by, 8 (2).
-, Richard, 256.

Holostoyt, John Ysbrantson, 275.

Holt:
-, John, gentleman, 138.
-, Mr. Mark, 282.

Holton, 240.

Holwey, 191.

Homb, John, 129.

Honell, John, 133.

Honorius III., 216, 218, 233.
-, confirmations by, 221 (2), 222 (2).
-, mandates, &c., of, 220 (2), 223, 225, 226.

Honton, Edward, 131.

Hoo, William de, 127.

Hoole, 267.

Hooper:
-, John, bishop of Worcester, 204.
-, Mr. J. H., M. A., chapter clerk and registrar of Worcester, 203, 205.
-, Mr., 180.

Hooton:
-, John, 18.
-, William, 109.

Hope, 222, 229, 230, 234.
-, church of, 228 (2), 229 (3), 230.

Hope, Robert, son of Hugh of, bond of, 229.
-, Mr. W. St. John, 120.

Hopkynson, Thomas, 266.

Horburne, church of, 233.

Hore:
-, Peter le, 230.
-, William, 131.

Horner, Robert, 266.

Hornigeserde, Robert de, 156.

Horningsheath, Great and Little, 157.

Horse racing, 106, 120.

Horsham, 191.

Hotebovile, John de, 127.

Hotham, Sir John, 201 (2).

Houchard', Roger, Hubert son of, 3.

Houghton, Mr., 92.

House of Commons, the, 104, 202.
-, petitions to, 116, 162, 163.
-, member of, expelled, 287.

Houton:
-, Edward, 132.
-, Walkelin de, 216, 230.

Hovediswoche, William de, 228.

Hovell, Oliver, 143.

Howard:
-, Charles, Earl of Nottingham, 256.
-, Theophilus, Earl of Suffolk, letter from, 143.
-, — letter to, 143.
-, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk (1616), 142.
-, William, justice in eyre, 125.

Howden, 220.

Howden, Mr. Thimolby, 91.

Howden's Chron., 218.

Howe, Mr. John, 91.

Howlet, Robert, 27.

Hubbard, —, serivener, 276.

Huchunsone, John, will of, 24.

Huchynson, William, 51.

Hudson:
-, Robert, 261.
-, William, 36.

Huggard, Walter, will of, 24.

Hughes, Dan., 205.

Hull, 17, 26, 201, 202, 258, 262, 265, 275, 281.
-, customs at, 22.
-, document dated at, 255.
-, ferry to, from Grimsby, 259, 274.
-, the King's honor of, letter dated from, 253.
-, mayor of, 255.
-, mayor, customers and comptroller of, letter to, 244.
-, the magazine at, 201.
-, the ship Michael of, 276.
-, Trinity House at, 261.

Hulton, Richard de, 228.

Humber, the, 265, 281.

Humberston abbey, 278.

Humbleton, Sir Richard, abbot of Wellhowe, 258, 271.

Humes, Humez, Richard de, Constabular, 2, 7 (2).

Hundilbie, Hundylbie
-, Sir Robert, 281.
-, Robert, clerk, 280.

Hundlaby, Robert, 240.

Hunstertone, John de, 130.

Huntindon, William de, 192.

Huntingdon, 35.

Hunton, Mr., 20.

Hurchyned, 277.

Hurd, Mr., registrar of Worcester, 204.

Hussey, Husey:
-, Sir John, knt., 24.
-, Sir Thomas, bart., 110.
-, Thomas, esq., 46, 48, 254.

Husthwayte, Robert, 261.

Hustler, Thomas, town clerk of Bury, 152 (2).

Hustwayt, Hustwayte:
-, Alice, 283.
-, Easter, 283.
-, Ellen, 283.
-, Francis, 283.
-, George, 280 (3), 281.
-, Leonard, 283.

Hustwood's manor, 261.

Hutchinson, Dr. Francis, 153.
-, appointed bishop of Down and Connor, 154.

Huthom, co. York, 259.

Hutton, Sir Richard, judge of assize, 101.

Hygdon, Henry, 6.

Hyll, John, 289.

Hylton, Richard de, 230.

Hynde:
-, William, common clerk of Lincoln (1565), 58, 60.
-, — death of, 66.
-, William, town clerk of Lincoln, 40 (2).

Hynewick, 191.

Hyrd:
-, Anthony, 67.
-, John his son, 67, 68; and see Herd.

I.

Ichenton, Warwick, 218.

Ickewurthe, Sir Tho. de, knt., 156.

Iccomb, 191.
-, manor, co. Worcester, 185.

Idesworthe, 234.

Idley, Peter, 11.

Ikelyngham, Robert de, 124.

Ikworth, Thomas de, 131.

Indiction, the, 168, 178.

Ingham, 145.
-, manor of, 264.

Ingram, Sir Thomas, chaplain, 31.

Ingson, John, 288.

Inner Temple, London, 16.
-, — letter dated at, 256.

Innocent II., bulls, &c., of, 222.
-, III., bull of, 174.
-, IV., mandates, &c., of, 195, 219, 220, 221 (6).

Ipswich, 153.
-, shirehouse at, 153.

Irby, 267, 286.

Irchynnet, William, 6.

Ireland, 6, 7, 20.

Iremongere, Richard, 132.

Ireton, Richard, 21.

Irish bishops as suffragans in England, 124, 125.

Italy, 166.

Itterby, 267, 269, 277, 278.

Ivy, John, 133.

J.

Jackson:
-, Edward, 290.
-, Edward, 290 (2).
-, John, 240, 290 (2).
-, John, 30.
-, —, 240.

Jaffé, Registrum of, 214, 219.

James I., King of England, 8, 18, 79, 82, 83, 84, 97, 99, 100, 140, 141, 145, 160, 161, 261.
-, letters patent, &c., of 140 (2), 249.
-, charters of, 122 (3), 158, 282.
-, commission from, 13.
-, heals of the King's evil, 94.
-, officers of, 91, 92, 93.
-, porter of, 94.
-, portraits of, 122 (3).
-, presence chamber of, 94.
-, proclaiming of, 79.
-, visit of, to Lincoln, 80, 91–95.

James, Duke of York, brother of Charles II., 110, 150.
-, conspiracy to assassinate, 109.

James II., King of England, 111, 112, 151, 152, 153.
-, letter from, 111.
-, addresses to, 111, 151, 152.
-, bill of Quo warranto exhibited by, 286.
-, charter of incorporation of, 239.
-, Declarations of, 112, 152.
-, instruments from, 151.
-, messengers of, 151.
-, order of in Council, 152.
-, proclaimed King, 110, 111.
-, proclamation of, for restoring corporations, 152.
-, Queen of, 111.

James, Montague R., fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 122.

Jeckhill, John, 261.

Jeffreys, Lord Chief Justice, 110.
-, letter of, 109.
-, letter to, 109.

Jermyn:
-, Lord, 151.
-, Thomas, esq., 149 (3).
-, Thomas, knt., 143 (2).

Jermyns, Mr., 69 (2), 70.

Jersey School in Lincoln, 18.
-, master of, 18.

Jerusalem, 58.

Jesus College, Oxford, 170.

Jews in Lincoln:
-, names of, 11, 12.
-, burial ground, 12.

Jobson, John, will of, 24.

Johannis, W. filius, 7.

John, King of England, 3, 5, 233.
-, charters of, 2, 3, 106, 132 (2), 193, 194, 238.
-, grants by, 225, 228.
-, buried in St. Mary's, Worcester, 171.
-, will of, 200.
-, writs, &c., of 218 (3).

John, William son of, grants of, 227 (2).
-, — Seburga his wife, 227.

John XXI., commission of, 219.
-, XXII., 193.
-, — rescript of, 223.

Johnson, Joan, 140.
-, — daughter of, 140.
-, Johan, 274.
-, Laurence, 241.
-, Mr. Thomas, 145.

Juda, a Jew of Lincoln, 12.

Judgeson, Steven, 274.

Jugge, Richard, 56.

Jurden, John, 269.

K.

Kal, Edmund del, 288.

Kanocbur' manor, 218.

Katherine [Howard], Queen of Henry VIII.:
-, letter from, 39.
-, appointed Regent in King's absence, 39.

Kedyngton, Robert de, 131.

Kekingwick, 191.

Kelbury, 191.

Kelby, document dated at, 277.

Keleby, 258.
-, Isabel, 271.
-, Johane, 271.
-, Robert, 271.
-, alias Stalyngbrought, Water, 271.

Kelke:
-, Mr. John, 100.
-, William, 261.
-, William, mayor of Grimsby, 262, 282, 290 (3).

Kelsaye, letter dated at, 254.

Kelsey, South, 286.

Kelsille, Richard de, 157.

Kelsterne, 259.

Kemble's Codex Dipl., 132.

Kemeseye, 191.

Kemp:
-, John, 251.
-, William, 38.

Kempsey, document dated at, 168.

Kendall:
-, Mr. Henry, sheriff of Lincoln, 90 (2), 92.
-, Thomas, 71.

Kenilworth:
-, document dated at, 7, 230.
-, Osbert, canon of, 168.
-, Robert, prior of, 168.
-, William, prior of, 220.

Kensington, document dated at, 193.

Kent:
-, John, mayor of Lincoln, 120.
-, Thomas, mayor of Lincoln, 120.
-, William, 240.

Kersunere, Ralph de la, 130.

Kesteven wool, 14, 15.

Keteryngham, 129.

Ketton, Suffolk, 286.

Ketylbye, document dated from, 255.

"Kidds" for a bonfire, 20.

Kilkenni, William de, 229.

Killala, Thomas, bishop of, 124.

Killingholme, Hugh de, 288.

Kilwardby, Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, 196.

King, the, 25.
-, bounty of, 116.
-, and Council, 6, 127.
-, post of, 30.
-, subsidy of, 87.

King, Colonel, 285.
-, Edward, esq., 285, 286 (3).
-, Mr. Edward, 283.
-, Henry, 227.

King's Bench, the, 114.
-, Court of, 238.
-, —, writs out of, 85, 89 (2).
-, —, Westminster, pleas in, 174.

King's College, Cambridge, 122.

King's evil, the, 194.

King's Lynn, legacy to, 143.

Kingston:
-, John, 262, 279.
-, John, 289, 290.
-, John, son of John, 290 (2).
-, Mr., mayor of Grimsby, letter to, 254.

Kingston upon Hull. See Hull.

Kinwarton, 200.

Kirkby Morshede, letter dated at, 256.

Kirke, Leo (or Lyon), mayor of Grimsby, 261, 290.

Kirkeham, —, 11.

Kirsocke, Hugh, 274.

Kirton, John, 261.

Kirton in Lindsey, manor of, 23.

Kitchen, John, letter of, 162.

Kitson:
-, family of, 121.
-, John, 138.
-, Thomas knt., 138.
-, —, Margaret his wife, 138.

Knaresborough, 241.

Knifesmith, Knysmith, Mr., 82, 85.

Knight, Knyght:
-, Edmund, 16.
-, Mr., mayor of Lincoln, temp. Eliz., 37.
-, Richard, 21.

Knighton, 191.

Knights fees, 274.

Knights Templars in England, 194.

Knitting school at Lincoln, regulations for, 17.

Knoll, document dated at, 180.

Knowles, Knollys:
-, Sir Francis, 189.
-, Sir William, 256.
-, William, 67.
-, William Lord, 142.

Kydger, Thomas, 259.

Kydyer, John, 267.

Kygier, John, 277.

Kynewick, 191.

Kyng:
-, Alexander le, 228.
-, Henry le, 228, 230.

Kyngston, John, 275 (2).

Kyrkestede, John, 129.

L.

Laceby:
-, Henry, 266.
-, Margaret, 277.

Lacford, Thomas, 131.

Laches (Lachish ?), 58.

Lackford hundred, 128.

Lacoke, R. de, 229.

Lacy:
-, Edmund de, earl of Lincoln, 209.
-, Henry, earl of Lincoln (1311), 14.
-, Henry, letter of, 276.
-, Robert, mayor of Grimsby, 276, 277, 289.

Lady Margaret's professor of divinity, Oxford, 186.

Lake, Thomas, 142.

Lakingheth, Henry de, 124.

Lalleford, Michael, 132.

Lambeth, documents dated at, 176, 221.

Lamkey, Laurence, 284.

Lamplugh, Tho., 188.

Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, 206.

Lancaster:
-, Duchy of, 13, 24, 270, 278.
-, — Council of, letter from, 162.
-, Henry, Duke of, 278.
-, Henry, Earl of, 278.
-, Henry Plantagenet, Earl of, 18.
-, John, Duke of, and Aquitaine, 278.
-, — Blanche, wife of, 278.
-, John, Duke of, King of Castile and Leon (1378), 9.
-, John of Gaunt, Duke of, 7.
-, Thomas, Earl of, 7.

Landmol, landmool, 123.

Lane, Sir William, 200.

Langedon, manor of, 218.

Langham:
-, John, 133.
-, Robert, 133.
-, Simon de, 123.
-, Thomas, 133.

Langley, Mr. 81, 84.

Langton, Langeton:
-, Stephen, archbishop of Canterbury, 222.
-, Walter de, bishop of Lichfield, 212, 214, 215, 216, 218, 220.
-, — letters patent, &c., to, 220, 230, 231.
-, — mandate of, 231.

Lansdowne MSS., 288.

Lascy, Walter de, 194.

Lateran, documents dated at, 174, 215, 216, 218, 219 (3), 220 (4), 221 (5), 222 (9), 225 (2), 226, 233.

Latimer, Hugh, bishop of Worcester, 184, 204.

Launey, John, 132.

Lauton manor, 209.

Lavenham, John de, 123.

Lavorack, James, 260.

Lawcock, Gregory, 97, 98, 99.

Lawern, 191.

Lawghton, Godfrey, 290.

Lawrence, Laurence:
-, Mr. Edmund, 103.
-, Edward, mayor of Hertford, letter to, 162.
-, Sir Robert, clerk, 276.
-, Simon, 234.
-, alias Dean, John, 276.
-, alias Mayson, Katherine, 276.

Lawson:
-, Alexander, 79.
-, Mr., 92.
-, Thomas, 290.

Laythorpe, —, 70, 71, 72.

Lea, Mr., of Groton, 144.

Lea river, navigation of, 159.

Lechmere, B., orders by, 188 (2).

Ledenham, 204.

Lee:
-, Dr. 86.
-, William atte, 129.

Leeds, Art Exhibition at, 1868, 120.

Le Bret:
-, John, 156.
-, William, grants to 156 (3).
-, — Isabella, wife of, 156.

Le Gorgurer:
-, Alexander, 194.
-, Ingulf, his brother, 194.

Le Mans, document dated at, 218.

Le Meirin, Ascelin, 194.

Le Neve, 228, 229, 236.
-, Fasti Ecclesiœ Anglicanœ, 168, 220.

Le Norreis, William, 194.

Legerde, Richard, 280.

Leicester co., 49, 109.
-, abbot of St. Mary de Pratis at, 219.
-, Castle, document dated at, 249.
-, Earl of (1579), 67.
-, Friars Minor of, Walter prior of, 229.
-, Statutes made at, 10.
-, Werenberth, bishop of, 213.

Leicestershire, wool staple for, 263.

Leith, 272.

Leke, John, 266.

Lench:
-, Helyas, 192.
-, Osbert of, 194.
-, Walter, 192.

Lenchwick, church of 185.

Lennox, Duke of (1616), 142.

Lenton:
-, Master Geoffrey de, 227.
-, prior and convent of, 219.
-, priory, 229.

Leomstre, friar J., 198.

Lesinan:
-, Geoffrey de 209.
-, Guy de, 209.

Lesnes, St. Thomas the Martyr, canons of, grant to, 194.

Leukemore, Nicholas de, 230.

Leveryk, William, 266.

Levi, Levy, Jacob, 11.

Lewes, battle of, 212.

Lewis, B., 187.

Lexinton, Henry de, 229.

Leyborne, Leybourne, 261.
-, Roger de, 230.

Leyc', Master Walter de, 233.

Lichfield:
-, Samson of, 227.
-, William, dean of, 168.

Lichfield, 228, 236.
-, account of bailiff of, 230.
-, Annals of, 211.
-, archdeacons, 221.
-, and Coventry, bishops of, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 216, 217 (2), 218, 219 (2), 220 (2): and see Langton, Walter de: Nunant, Hugh de: Weseham, R.: Meulan, R.: Pateshull, Hugh: Muschamp, Geoffrey de: Stavensby, Alexander of: Peche, R.: Cornhill, W. de: Blythe, Geof.: Norbury, Roger: Wright, Robert: Durdent, Walter: Clinton, Roger de.
-, — St. Chad, 213.
-, — letters, &c., to, 221 (3).
-, — election of, 220, 222, 225.
-, — grants to, 217, 218, 228.
-, — visitation of, 222, 223 (2).
-, bishopric, 219.
-, Cathedral church of St. Mary and St. Chad, 205, 206, 211, 212, 217, 219, 220 (2), 221, 222 (2), 225, 227, 228, 229, 235, 236.
-, — canons of, 214, 215, 216, 219, 221, 223 (2), 227, 228, 229, 230, 233, 235.
-, — chancellor, 235.
-, — Chapter House, 205.
-, — chartularies of, 226.
-, — grants to, 217, 221, 223 (2), 227, 228 (4), 230.
-, — library, 205.
-, Cathedral church of St. Mary and St. Chad, plate of, 236.
-, — precentor of, 228, 229, 230.
-, — sacrist's roll, 235.
-, — treasurer of, 227, 229.
-, — vicars of, 205, 216, 226.
-, — — muniments of, 205, 236.
-, Close, the, 226.
-, Consistery Court of, 205.
-, dean of, 212, 223 (2), 226, 228, 229: and see Derby, John of; Sempringham, Ralph; Manchester, Wm.; Nevill, Ralph; Denton, James.
-, — and Chapter, 211, 216, 217, 218, 219 (4), 220 (2), 221, 223, 227, 229, 233, 234, 235, 236.
-, — — letters, &c., of, 216, 227.
-, — — letters, &c., to, 214 (4), 216, 220, 222, 225, 228, 229, 230, 234.
-, — — Act books, 226.
-, — — clerk of, 205, 236.
-, — — muniments of, Calendar of, 205–237.
-, — — — catalogue of, &c., by Dr. Cox, 205.
-, — — ordnance of, 225.
-, — — pensions due to, 226.
-, — — registry of, 205, 206, 226, 236.
-, — — Magnum Registrum Album, 206.
-, — — statutes, 226, 234.
-, deanery of, 218, 222, 233.
-, diocese of, 211.
-, document dated at, 217.
-, dues at, 220.
-, manor of, 218.
-, market at, 217, 218.
-, mint at, 222.
-, paving of, 220.
-, precentor of, 214.
-, see of, 214, 216.
-, — vacancy of, 220.
-, Vicars' Close at, 216.

Liebermann, Dr., 167.

Lilburn, William, 271.

Lilleshall, Lilleshull:
-, abbot of, 219.
-, John, canon of, 168.
-, William, abbot of, 168.

Lillie, Roland, 76.

Lincoln, city of, 1–120, passim, 241, 254, 264, 274.
-, agreement of with city of Boston, 117.
-, alabaster men in, 54.
-, aldermen of, 1–120, passim.
-, — fines imposed on, 25.
-, alehouses in, 18, 61, 64, 81, 82, 83, 99.
-, — licensing of, 18, 56.
-, All Hallows church, 32.
-, apprentices, 21, 24, 70, 81, 108, 114.
-, armourers of, 57.
-, arms, 105, 106, 109, 111, 120.
-, assembly room in, 118.
-, assizes at, 91, 100, 114, 261.
-, attornies in, 85, 89.
-, bailiffs and provosts of, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 76, 96.
-, bakers, the, 30, 32, 44, 46, 63, 81.
-, — gild of, 31.
-, beggars in, 98.
-, bellman, 39, 50, 51, 81.
-, benefices in, 32.
-, Black Monks near, 16, 24, 34 (3).
-, "Blythe, the," great book called, 25.
-, brewers of, 38, 43, 47, 49, 56, 61, 65, 81, 91, 92.
-, bricklayers, 60.
-, brickmaker to, 89, 98, 106.
-, burgesses to Parliament, 25, 30–34, 41, 47, 48, 49 (2), 50, 74, 76, 114.
-, burgess-pence, 34, 49.
-, Burgh chantry, 25.
-, Burghmanmot, 8, 9.
-, butchers in, 81, 98.
-, butts to be made in, 41.
-, carpenters of, 79.
-, Castle, 13, 19, 238.
-, — precincts and privileges of, 18.
-, Chamberlains of, 13, 24, 25, 36, 53, 64, 67, 77, 78, 87, 92, 110, 111, 113.
-, — rolls of accounts, 20.
-, chanter, the, 52.
-, chantries, 26, 27, 34, 42.
-, — lands, 42.
-, charter sought for, 50.
-, choristers' school, 22.
-, Christ's Hospital in, 19.
-, church goods in, 38–43, 44, 45, 46, 48.
-, citizens, petition of, 56.
-, — general pardon to, 14.
-, clerks, guild of, 23, 41.
-, — plate, &c., of, 41.
-, clothiers and clothmaking, 12, 26, 44, 45, 47, 51, 98.
-, coal trade in, 118.
-, cockfighting at, 94.
-, coinage in, 105, 106, 107, 114.
-, Common chamber, 32, 33 (2), 34 (2), 38, 40, 41, 44, 49, 52, 60, 61, 66, 67, 73, 75, 84.
-, — plate in, 37, 57, 62, 67, 71, 72, 74, 76, 80, 89, 91, 96, 101, 103, 107 (4), 109 (4), 110, 111, 120.
-, Common Council, 1–120, passim.
-, common seal, 21, 22, 32, 33, 44, 79, 86, 102.
-, common strike, 55.
-, common waters, 43 (2).
-, commons of, 33, 76, 88, 95, 97.
-, conduits in, 80, 90, 110, 116, 118.
-, Cordwainers' company. See Shoemakers.
-, coroners, 13.
-, Corporation of, 1–120, passim.
-, — letter to, 46.
-, — Acts of, 1, 24, 78, 83, 85, 86, 87, 90.
-, — charity estates of, 19.
-, — chest, 48.
-, — courts leet, 24, 33, 43, 56, 63, 83, 85, 88, 101, 102.
-, Corporation of, ducking stool, 20.
-, — inner and outer house of, 78, 79, 80, 90.
-, Corpus Christi guild in, 32, 47.
-, counsel of, 85, 89, 90, 101.
-, county of, 10, 11, 13, 92 (2), 264, 265.
-, Courts in called Mayors' or Sheriffs' Courts, 84, 85.
-, — clerk or steward of, 84, 118.
-, crier, 96, 106, 116.
-, cuckstool, 98.
-, "custemare" of, 22, 28, 51, 52.
-, customs at, 95, 96, 97, 100.
-, cutlers, 57.
-, debts in, Act for recovery of, 117.
-, decay of, 31, 65, 68, 263.
-, deodands, &c., in, 83.
-, documents dated at, 2, 7, 216, 244, 255 (3).
-, dyers or lytsters in, 55.
-, ensigns of authority, 107.
-, escheator's office in, 95.
-, farmers and husbandmen of, 87.
-, fee farm annual rent from, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 31, 32, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 47, 66, 96, 103, 263, 264.
-, fencer of, 94.
-, fifteenths and tenths from, 37, 40, 49, 50, 52, 55, 63.
-, fire, precautions against, 55, 62, 64, 68, 81, 91.
-, FitzMartin chantry in, 27, 30.
-, franchise of, 49, 51, 52, 55, 61, 62, 64, 69, 74, 77, 78, 79, 86, 90, 96, 99, 103, 117.
-, free grammar school in, 16, 22, 26, 27, 31, 52, 54, 56, 61, 62, 67, 68, 73, 90, 91, 97, 103, 105, 112, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119.
-, freemen of, 18, 19, 23, 24, 26, 28, 48, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 73, 74, 75, 76, 85, 89, 99, 100, 103, 111, 114, 116, 120.
-, French protestants come to, 109.
-, Friars or Freres in, the, 69, 72, 73, 75, 77, 90, 97, 98, 99, 114.
-, — Dominic, 27.
-, — Grey, 16, 33, 34.
-, — Minors, 8.
-, gaol, the, 17, 57.
-, gilders in, 64.
-, girdlers, 57.
-, glasiers, 60.
-, glovers, 49.
-, — charter of, 57.
-, Guilds in, 1, 4, 7, 16, 23, 24, 32, 35, 41, 54.
-, — the Great, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42.
-, — — plate and rents of, 35, 39 (2), 48.
-, — pageants, 1, 25, 26, 27, 29, 36, 41, 47.
-, Guildhall, 6, 8, 25, 27, 28, 36, 51, 55, 63, 74, 82, 110, 111, 112, 113, 118, 119.
-, halfpence and farthings in, 105, 106 (4), 107 (2).
-, hides, sale of, 99.
-, Holy Rood church, 41, 44, 51.
-, Holy Trinity church, 33.
-, Hospital of Holy Innocents in, 16.
-, Horsemarshals, 57.
-, horse races at, 75, 94, 100, 106, 120.
-, house of correction in, 90, 91, 98, 114.
-, husbandry in, 96.
-, innholders, 62, 69.
-, innoculation of the poor, 119.
-, Insignia, Civic, 120.
-, ironmongers, 57.
-, Jersey school in, 18, 109.
-, Jews in, 11, 12, 263.
-, Judges at, 52, 53, 63, 85, 88, 101.
-, justices of peace, 10, 13, 38, 39, 47, 55 (2), 56, 70, 71, 84, 99, 102, 110, 115.
-, Kitchen, the, prison called, 42, 64, 70.
-, knitting school established at, 17, 98.
-, lamps for, 116, 118, 119.
-, lands conveyed to, 15, 16 (5).
-, leases in, 87, 97, 99.
-, leather searchers and sealers, 64, 76.
-, liberties of, 11, 36, 37, 43, 144.
-, limemakers, 60.
-, maces of, 74, 80, 89, 95, 104, 105, 107, 117, 120.
-, macebearer, 21, 50, 70, 92, 93.
-, maltsters in, 52.
-, manufactories in, 117.
-, Marescallus, 3, 4.
-, market house, 19, 117, 118.
-, markets and fairs, 8, 10, 13, 14 (2), 29, 30, 32, 48, 49, 53, 61, 67, 75, 95, 96, 99, 105, 114 (3), 117, 120.
-, Marshalsea, the, 103.
-, masons, 60.
-, Mayor of, 1–120, passim.
-, — letters to, 6, 39.
-, — elect, 105, 111.
-, — to be the King's escheator, 10.
-, Mayoress, 37.
-, mercers, 30.
-, merchants, foreign, 5, 7, 15, 57, 263.
-, millers, 60, 81, 82.
-, Minster, the, 25, 66, 74 (2), 79, 87, 93, 94, 96, 97, 114.
-, — reader in, 67.
-, minstrels and musicians of, 21, 81, 85, 91, 102.
-, musters in, 24, 52.
-, mysteries in, to have charters, 55.
-, offices in, 73, 76, 77, 84, 87, 96, 97.
-, — elections to, 73, 76, 77, 83, 84, 88, 105, 110.
-, old school house in, 52, 54, 56.
-, orphans in, ordinances for, 63, 64, 97.
-, painters in, charter of, 54.
-, parchment makers, 57.
-, parishes in, Act for union of, 12, 46, 47, 55, 104, 105.
-, Parliament at, 216.
-, parsonages belonging to, 56, 65, 90.
-, Paternoster play at, 29.
-, pavers, 60.
-, perambulation of common lands in, 25, 98.
-, petitions from, 116, 117, 263.
-, Piepoudre court, 14.
-, pillory in, 28, 36, 49.
-, pinder, 76.
-, pinners and pointers, 57.
-, plague in, 1, 11, 25, 29, 42, 44, 49 (2), 71, 84, 85, 101.
-, plasterers, 60.
-, play from Bible at, 56, 58, 60, 62.
-, poor in, 38, 40, 41, 51, 61, 62, 64, 70, 73, 74, 76, 81, 84, 87, 90, 91, 95, 97, 100, 101, 103, 105, 112, 118, 119.
-, porters, 81.
-, Portsoc, 3, 4.
-, post in, 30.
-, privileged places in, 24.
-, prisons in, 42, 57, 64, 70, 99.
-, proclamation called the Mayor's cry in, 63.
-, provisions for government of, 14.
-, pyx, the, 76.
-, quitrents to the Crown from houses in, 11.
-, Recorder of, 13, 19, 25, 26, 28, 31, 34, 35 (2), 37, 38, 43, 46, 47, 49 (2), 63, 64, 66, 68, 73, 74, 78, 79, 80, 86, 92, 93, 105, 110, 113, 117.
-, Records of, 95, 96, 119.
-, — Calendar of, 1–120.
-, — embezzled, 28, 29.
-, Registers, 1, 10, 19, 21.
-, revenues of, 31, 78, 96.
-, riots at, 88.
-, rivers leading to, navigation of, 107 (2), 117, 118 (2), 119.
-, Royal Charters to, 1, 19, 32, 36, 56, 62, 63, 66, 80, 81, 83, 105, 106, 109.
-, — Calendar of, 1–14.
-, — lost, 14.
-, — renewal of, 25, 26, 48, 80, 84, 90 (3), 96, 98, 99, 105, 110, 111.
-, ruin and desolation of, 11, 12, 37, 263, 264, 265.
-, scarcity at, 56, 82, 118.
-, scavengers, 81.
-, schoolmaster for, 66, 67, 107.
-, two schools in, union of, 68 (3), 69, 72.
-, scriveners, 57.
-, seals of, 109.
-, Secret Council, 24, 25, 31 (2), 42, 46, 47, 48, 56 (2), 60, 63, 65, 66, 101, 102.
-, Sekfreris [Fratres de Sacco] in, 16.
-, sergeants of, 28.
-, sessions at, 61, 91, 102, 115.
-, sewers, commissioners of, 99.
-, sheepmarket, 97, 98.
-, sheriffs of, 1–120, passim, 264.
-, — letter to, 249.
-, — elect, 91, 105, 111.
-, — turn, 101.
-, shipmoney, 101.
-, Shoemakers, fellowship of, 41, 54.
-, — charter of, 52, 53.
-, — Hall, 41, 45, 54.
-, shops in, to close on Sundays, 69, 81.
-, skinmarket in, 22.
-, skinners of, 57.
-, smiths, charter of, 57.
-, soldiers in, 29, 30, 52, 64, 68, 103, 104.
-, spinning school in, 91, 98, 99.
-, Spital on the Street, Hospital of, 45.
-, spurriers, 57.
-, St. Andrew's church, 2, 44, 45, 46, 48.
-, St. Anne, guild of, 16, 25 (2), 26 (2), 27, 29, 32, 36 (4), 38 (2), 41, 43, 47, 48, 63.
-, — let to farm, 28.
-, St. Augustine's, 32, 33 (2), 34, 61.
-, St. Bayth church in, 33, 34.
-, St. Benedict's, 12, 36, 63, 71.
-, — chantry in, 28, 31.
-, St. Botolph's, 110, 116.
-, St. Cuthbert's, 12.
-, St. Edward's, 41.
-, St. George's, 12.
-, — guild, 32, 36.
-, St. Hugh's fair, 114.
-, St. John's called "la Poure," 12, 46, 60, 75.
-, St. Katherine's church, 63, 110.
-, St. Katherine, prior and convent of, 23 (2), 29.
-, St. Laurence's, 46, 75.
-, — chantry in, 24, 30.
-, — parish, 30, 36, 44, 69.
-, St. Leonard's, 34.
-, St. Luke's guild, 54.
-, — charter of, 54, 55.
-, St. Margaret's, 44.
-, St. Mark's, 11, 34.
-, St. Martin's, 12, 117.
-, — accounts of churchwardens of, 1.
-, — guild in, 24.
-, St. Mary's, 34 (2), 36, 67, 68, 109, 110, 115, 116.
-, — guild of, also called the Great Guild, 40.
-, — vicar of, 41.
-, St. Michael's, 2, 33 (3), 34, 91.
-, — on the Hill, 12, 22, 24, 29.
-, St. Peter at Arches, 19, 20, 55, 89, 98, 99, 102, 103, 107, 108, 109, 112, 116 (3), 117, 118 (2), 119 (2).
-, — —, rebuilding of, 115 (3), 116.
-, — Eastgate, 74, 115.
-, — at Gottes, 33, 34.
-, — at the Plea, 38, 42.
-, — at the Skinmarket, destroyed church of, 22.
-, St. Peter's, Great, 66, 75.
-, St. Saviourgate, the Knitter's house in, 17.
-, St. Swithin's, 33 (2), 41, 58, 119.
-, St. Thomas upon the Bridge, chantry in, 26, 27, 32.
-, stainers in, charter of 54.
-, staple at, 6, 31, 49, 72, 263.
-, statute merchant, bonds of, 87.
-, stocks, 29, 42, 48, 51, 104, 106, 109.
-, strangers and foreigners in, 61, 71, 95, 98, 99, 111.
-, Sunday schools established in, 119.
-, sundial at, 111.
-, supplication from to the King, 37.
-, survey of to be made, 42.
-, swans in, 88.
-, swords of, 38, 42, 74, 93, 107, 113, 117, 120.
-, swordbearer, 74, 76, 108, 117, 120.
-, Tailors, Company of, 47, 108.
-, — charter of, 52, 53, 108.
-, — ordinances of, 108.
-, tanners, 30, 49.
-, taxation of wages in, 55.
-, thatchers, 60.
-, tilers, masons, &c., charter of, 60.
-, tipplers and tippling houses in, 47, 49, 56, 61, 83, 91, 99.
-, tokens coined in, 105, 106.
-, tolls at, 9, 49, 52, 56, 62, 77, 95, 96, 114, 264.
-, Town Clerk, 1, 13, 19, 30, 40, 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 75, 85, 87, 92, 94, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 113, 114, 116.
-, Town Hall, 20, 97, 98, 116, 117.
-, tradesmen's companies in, 96.
-, trading, unlicensed, 101, 116.
-, trained bands, 110.
-, Trinity church, 48.
-, — next the Black Friars, 34, 45.
-, — at the Gresefoot, 30, 33 (2), 34.
-, — at the Grey Friars, 33, 34.
-, vagabonds in, 29 (2), 31, 40, 64, 91.
-, venison feast at, 69.
-, on the verge of destruction, 5.
-, victuallers in, 51, 56, 61, 77, 81, 84, 263.
-, victuals, pricing of, 77.
-, visitation of by pestilence, 103.
-, royal visits to, 20, 35, 36, 37, 80, 91– 95, 112–114.
-, waits, 20, 31, 38, 46, 47, 48, 52, 53, 58, 73, 75, 86, 91, 102, 110, 113, 116, 117, 118, 120.
-, walls and bailey of, 8, 12, 15, 18, 60, 62.
-, Warden of, 15.
-, wards of, 32, 40, 53.
-, watch in, 28, 118.
-, watercourse and water supply, 16, 65, 75.
-, weavers of, 10, 45.
-, weekly charity schools, 119.
-, White Book of, 25, 11, 21.
-, wiredrawers, 57.
-, wool and wool trade in, 26, 74, 91, 97, 98, 108, 263, 264.
-, — Act of Parliament concerning, 68.
-, — regulations for, 14, 15, 22, 47.
-, woolmarket, 98.
-, workmen out of work in, 54.
-, wrights in, 61.
-, writ of Quo Warranto against, 24, 105.
-, writs for collecting money for relief of, 103.

Lincoln, city of, places, &c., in or near:
-, Bagerholmwong, 15, 16.
-, Bail, Baylle, the, 33, 34, 64, 93.
-, Bailgate, 73, 110.
-, Bale Close, 93.
-, Bargate, the, 36, 73, 79, 92, 93, 110.
-, — bridge at, 78.
-, Beaumond's Rents, a privileged place in, 24.
-, Berige Close, 15.
-, Bishops-bridge, 31, 67.
-, Blakedike, le, 15.
-, Blakedikestone, 16.
-, Bower Hill, 51, 79.
-, Bracebridge bridge, 94.
-, Brauncegate, 12.
-, Brodgaite in, 51.
-, Butter Cross, 44, 66.
-, Butstone, 16
-, Calcroft, 15.
-, "Chequyre in the Myres," 26.
-, Chiviot wall, 16.
-, Clasgate gate, Claskytgate, 31, 54.
-, Clasgate prison, 57.
-, — St. Rumbold's without, 31.
-, Close, the, 52, 54, 64.
-, "Cross of the Cliff," the, 62, 93, 95, 113.
-, Cross upon the hill, 35.
-, Danstall lock, 80.
-, Down town lock, 114.
-, Eastgate, 28, 73, 84.
-, — the Old George in, 27.
-, Eastbargate, 54.
-, — tower at, 60.
-, East Ward, the, 85.
-, Foss-Dyke, the, 111, 117, 119.
-, — collection for cleansing, 26.
-, — repair and scouring of, 97, 99, 100.
-, Freemen's Hall in, 57.
-, Fynkelstrete, 16.
-, "Gawte" bridge the, 28.
-, Gottes, the, St. Michael's at, 33 (3).
-, — St. Peter's at, 33, 34.
-, Great Barr Gate, 113, 118.
-, Grenepasture, 16.
-, Gresefoot, Trinity Church at the, 30, 33 (2), 34.
-, "Greeseing" stairs, 115.
-, Gressington house, 41.
-, Gretewelle, 16.
-, Gretewellegate, 16.
-, "Greysse" (i.e. steps), 46.
-, Hempgarth, le, 15.
-, High Bridge, the, 26, 27, 32, 46, 80, 83, 85, 114.
-, — chantry over, 38.
-, — chantry priest of, 35,
-, — chapel upon, 26, 27, 36, 42, 44, 46, 51, 53.
-, High Street, 60, 93, 113, 114, 118.
-, Holmes, the, ground called, 88, 90, 91.
-, Inland, 16.
-, Little Goat Bridges, 112.
-, Mall, the, 31.
-, Mary Hall, 79.
-, Minster Yard, 110, 112, 113.
-, Monk's Leas, 16, 73.
-, le Monk's stone, 16.
-, "Myres, the," 26.
-, Newlandgate, 8, 54.
-, Newport in, 73, 111.
-, Oldebagerholmegate, 16.
-, Plea, the, St. Peter's at, 38, 42.
-, Pottergate head, 93, 119.
-, Pulter Hill, 51.
-, "Quenes Crosse," the, 63, 99.
-, "Sarzin's Head," the, 17.
-, Saxilby bridge, 109.
-, St. Cuthbert's parish, cross in, 66.
-, St. Mary's Bridge, 118.
-, Seynthughcroft, 15.
-, Seyntjohneswong, 16.
-, Snykedyke wall, 16.
-, Soper Lane in, 8.
-, South ward of 95.
-, Southgate Bridge, 57.
-, Sparrow lane, 16.
-, Spread Eagle, the, 94.
-, le Stamp, a stone wall called, 16.
-, Stamp cause, causeway called, 16.
-, "Stanbow" in, 31, 33.
-, Stonebow, 54, 68, 110, 118.
-, — the George by, 94.
-, Stubcross, stone cross called, 16.
-, Styntes, 15.
-, Vineyard, the, ground so called, 52.
-, Walkergate, 8.
-, Wayermylne, windmill called, 16.
-, Westbargate, 54, 60.
-, Westgate bridge, 61.
-, West tower by water of Brayford in, 57.
-, Wythom, water of, 16.

Lincoln:
-, Benedict of, exile of, 11.
-, — Agni or Agnu, daughter of, 11.
-, — Hagin son of, 11.
-, Earl of (1514), 25.
-, — (1572), 66.
-, — family of, 66.
-, — Henry Lacy (1311), 14.
-, John de, 9.
-, Knitter of, the, 17.

Lincoln:
-, archdeacon of, 60, 62.
-, bishop of, 2, 9, 13, 18, 20, 26, 32, 41, 42, 47, 48 (2), 55, 63, 70, 71, 72 (2), 78 (2), 81, 82, 86, 93, 94, 100, 105, 110, 114, 213, 259: and see Smalbroke, Richard; Grosteste; Longland; Barlow, Wm.; Fuller, Wm.
-, — palace of, 37, 94.
-, J. bishop of, 7, 30.
-, Robert, bishop of, charter of, 159.
-, Cathedral church of St. Mary, 5, 8, 10, 18, 20, 21, 23, 32, 54, 106, 221, 226, 264, 271, 274, 275, 278.
-, Cathedral Church of St. Mary, Chanter of, 30 (2), 52.
-, — Chapter house, 93.
-, — Close, 18, 19, 25, 48.
-, — fee farm rent paid to by the city, 38 (2), 39, 42.
-, — lectures at, 102.
-, — records of, 44.
-, chancellor of, 30, 31.
-, dean of, 28, 66, 67, 70, 71, 93, 105, 219, 220; and see Pope, John; George, Wm.
-, — and chapter, 8 (2), 10, 13, 18, 22, 23, 27, 31, 37, 42, 56, 66, 68 (2), 73, 89, 94, 95, 104, 111, 114, 116, 221.
-, — library of, called Great St. Mary's, 104.
-, diocese of, 193.
-, — commission to curates in, 26.
-, prebendaries of, 67, 93.
-, precentor, 22, 45.

Lincoln College, Oxford, 75.

Lincoln county, 2, 5, 47, 85, 88, 90, 100, 263, 265, 271.
-, assessments in, 100, 101.
-, clerk of, 70.
-, escheator of, 10, 11.
-, feodary of Duchy of Lancaster in, 270.
-, justices of assize in, 17.
-, Justiciars of, 8.
-, — Itinerant, 9.
-, — — writ to, 6.
-, Lord Lieutenant of, 52, 93, 104.
-, merchants of, 2.
-, murders in, 244.
-, ports of, 7.
-, sheriffs of, 5, 8, 11, 22, 28, 29, 70, 93, 94, 100, 101, 114; and see Newmarket, Thomas de; Boyvyle, Thomas; Long, William; Higdoyn, Henry; Skipwith, Sir Wm.; Ayscough, Sir Francis; Thorold, Wm.; Nowell, And.
-, — letter to, 249.
-, staple for, 49, 263.
-, timber, coal, &c., in almost consumed, 65.
-, wool in, 'portsayle' of, 49.

Lincolnia Civitas, by Ross, 14.

Lincolns Inn Fields, London, letter dated at, 162.

Lindriche, 191.

Lindridge manor, 184.

Lindsay, Mr. W. M., M. A., 170.

Lindsey, co. Lincoln, 18, 37.
-, justices of peace in, letter to, 244.
-, wool, 14, 15.

Lindsey, Earl of, see Bertie, Robert.
-, Earl of (1669), 106.
-, Earl of (1685), recorder of Lincoln, 110.

Lisieux, Ernulf bishop of, 2.

Lisle, John, Lord, 157.

Litster, John, 288.

Littlebury, Martin de, Justice in Eyre, 4 Henry III., 9.

Littlehales, Mr., 180.

Littleton, Lytylton, Sir Thomas, 175.

Litton, 228.

Liveremere, William de, prior of St. Peter's hospital, Bury, 156.

Llandaff, bishop of, 166.

Lloyd, Walter, 284.

Lockyngton, —, 85.

Loddington, Mr., 109.

Lodenage or lowage, 261.

Lodyngtone, Peter de, 8.

Logor, Robert, 234.

Lomb, Lombe:
-, Henry, 179.
-, John, 133.
-, John, 129 (2).

London, 6, 13, 22, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 50 (2), 51 (2), 62, 66, 74, 75 78, 80, 95, 101, 106, 109, 111, 112 114, 124, 125, 129, 141, 145, 146 160, 174, 195, 233, 252, 254, 257 260, 263, 286.
-, letters and documents dated at, 35 72, 73, 190, 196, 222, 233, 251, 254 268.
-, Benedict of, 12.
-, bishops of (1409), 10, 219.
-, — W. (1378), 9.
-, — William, 3.
-, — Wyne, 213.
-, bushel, the, 271.
-, Cathedral church, jurisdiction, &c of, 221, 225.
-, citizens of, 3, 4.
-, drawing of a lottery in, 63.
-, Flora of, Jewess of Lincoln, 12.
-, Greek church built in, 107.
-, houses at Newgate in, 216.
-, "Powles" Churchyard, 56.
-, — Queen's Head in, 62.
-, St. Bride's, Fleet Street, 241.
-, St. Katherine's in, 64.
-, — prior of, 66.
-, Salomon of, 12.
-, Tower of, 201.
-, — document dated at, 194.
-, under sheriffs of, 65.

Long:
-, William, sheriff of Lincoln, 22.
-, —, 6.

Longchamp, William, bishop of El Chancellor, 218.

Longespee, William de, earl of Salisbur 228.

Longespeye, William, 208.

Longge, Henry, 133.

Longmore, Mr. Charles Elton, town clerk of Hertford, 158.

Lonsdale, Rev. Canon, 205, 236.

Lord:
-, Chamberlain, the, 92, 94.
-, Chancellor, the, 32 (1555), 48, 49, (1586), 71, 173.
-, Chief Baron (1671), 162.
-, Keeper, the, 50 (1635), 160.
-, Protector, the (1547), 41.

Lord Well's manor, 261.

Lorde, Robert, 240, 274.

Lords and Commons, order by, 188.
-, — Remonstrances and Declarations of, 202 (2).

Lord's Prayer, the, 18.
-, Supper, the, 146.

Lordyng:
-, Robert, 258 (2).
-, — Marjory his wife, 258 (2).

Losemer, Sir John, 32.

Lostwithiel, 6.

Louaine, Matthew de, 6.

Louel:
-, John, 231.
-, Richard, parson of Fladbury, 194.

Louis, King of France, 173.

Louisburgh, reduction of (1758), 117.

Louth, 17, 241, 260, 281.

Lovell, Sir Thomas, knt., 31 (2).

Luard, Dr., 211, 212.

Lubeck, 255.

Lucana civitas, 178.

Lucas, Walter, 131.

Lucca, 231.

Luceby, William de, archdeacon of Derby, 229.

Luci, Lucy:
-, Godfrey de, bishop of Winchester, 194.
-, — grant by, 194.
-, John de, 194.
-, — deed of sale by, 194.
-, Philip de, 194.
-, Richard de, 2, 5, 222.
-, Robert de, 192, 194.
-, Sir William, chaplain, 257, 258.

Lucius II., 219.
-, confirmations by, 222 (2).

Luddington, Lodington, Mr. Thomas, 75, 76, 78, 79.

Lude (?), John, letter of, 253.

Luggor, Robert de, 213.

Luke, John son of, 156.

Lunetot, Sir John de, 220.

Lusbie, William, 260.

Lusom, Thomas, 280.

Luther, Martin, 183.

Lye, friar Walter, 199.

Lyen alias Furbether, William, 258.

Lylburn, William, 241.

Lynch, John, 199.

Lyndesey, John, 181.

Lynford, Mr. Thomas, 149, 150.

Lyng, Mr. William, 147.

Lyon, Samuel, town clerk of Lincoln (1785), 19.

Lyons, documents dated at, 219 (2), 221 (6), 232.

Lystere, Roger, 132.

Lytton, Henry de, 225.

Lyttyll, John, will of, 274.

M.

Mace, John, 133.

Macray, Mr. William D., Reports by, 1– 158.

Madder, 44.

Madison, Thomas, mayor of Grimsby, 280, 290.

Madox, 243.

Magdalen:
-, College, Oxford, 186.
-, Hall, Oxford, 72.

Magna Carta, 217.

Maidstone, 207.

Mailnynge, Andrew, 278, 279.

Makeworthe, John, dean of Lincoln, 21.

Malberthorp, Robert de, 8 (2).

Malfalguirat, or Malfalguerat:
-, Mr. Benjamin, 154.
-, Misael Remon, 154.

Malmesbury:
-, monastery of, 182, 183.
-, — Thomas abbot of, 182 (2).
-, — chapter house of, 182, 183.
-, William of, 212.

Malmsey, 157.

Malsters, number of, to be repressed, 82.

Malton, Mr., vicar of Belton, 76.

Malvern:
-, Great, prior and convent of, 161.
-, — prior and monks of, 193.
-, Hill, 200.

Malvern, John, prior of Worcester, 176, 177.

Mamecestr', 220.

Man, John, 84.

Manby:
-, Robert, 261.
-, Walter, 289.

Manchester, William, dean of Lichfield. 228, 229.

Mandamus, writ of, 114.

Manden, William, 257.

Mandeville, Geoffrey de, 223.

Manecester, William de, 220.

Manfeld, Manfelde, alias Grethed, Richard, 258, 267.
-, Richard, mayor of Grimsby, 266, 289 (2).

Manistey, Mr., 161.

Manners, Francis, Earl of Rutland, 95.

Manning, John, 51.

Manumission, deed of, 269.

Mapiltone:
-, John, 10.
-, Thomas, the King's mason, 125.

Mara, the Spirit, 13.

Mare', Osb', 217.

Marcand, William, 257.

Marese', William, Earl of Pembroke, 228.

Marflete, Thomas, mariner, 258.

Margaret:
-, Queen, assignment of dower to, 158.
-, of Anjou, Queen of Henry VI., 179.

Margesson:
-, Robert, parish priest, 41.
-, — presented to Surflet vicarage, 42.

Marham, James, 131.

Marisco:
-, Richard de, Chancellor, 194.
-, Robert de, 228.

Markby Abbey, 27.

Markham:
-, John, justice of the Common Pleas, 11.
-, Willlam, 266.

Marlborough, Duke of. See Churchill.

Marleclyve, 191.

Marmion:
-, Robert, grant by, 227.
-, — Robert, his father, 227.

Marmiun, 207.

Marrett, William, 87.

Marrys (?), Walter, 32.

Marshall:
-, Goscelin, 194.
-, Isabel, 274.
-, Lawrence, 21.
-, Peter, 21.
-, Robert, son of, 65.
-, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 100, 103.
-, William, Earl of Pembroke, 3.
-, W., Earl of Pembroke, 218.
-, W., Earl Marshal and Earl of Pembroke, 194.
-, Wm., 261.

Marsshe, Thomas, 63.

Marston, Nathaniel, clerk, 203.

Martel, William, 222, 223.

Martin IV., mandates of, 219 (3), 220 (2), 221 (2).

Martin:
-, Hugh, 228.
-, Robert, 127.

Mary, Queen of England, 47 (3), 50, 138, 139.
-, attorney of, 47, 48, 49.
-, grant by, 158.
-, letter of, 255.

Mary, Queen, wife of William III., proclaimed, 112.
-, death of, 112.

Mason, Agnes, 269.
-, Bartholomew, 189.
-, John, "shipman," 269.
-, — will of, 269.
-, Katherine, 240.
-, Martin, 16, 52.
-, Michael, 273.
-, Michael, 289 (3).
-, Mr. Alderman, 82.
-, Mr., 76.
-, Peter, 283.
-, Peter, mayor of Grimsby, 273, 275, 289 (4).
-, Robert, mayor of Lincoln, 92.
-, Stephen, 17.
-, Stephen, 84.
-, Stephen, town clerk, &c., of Lincoln, 87 (2).

Massbook (Mesbuke), the, 241.

Mather, Mr., 81.

Mathewe, John, 266.

Maltilda, Richard son of, chaplain, 227.

Matin (?), John, 194.

Matthew, canon of Lichfield, grants to, 227 (3).

Mauger, Master, bishop elect of Worcester, 193, 194.

Maundavyle, Robert, 259.

Maunday Thursday, 43, 123.

Mautravers, John, steward of the Household, 9.

Mawyn, Elizabeth, 273.

May:
-, Hon. Baptist, 285.
-, Charles, 285.
-, Mrs. Jane, 285.

Maydenstone, Walter, bishop of Worcester, 169.

Mayson:
-, Martin, mayor of Lincoln, 68.
-, William, 67 (2).

Mechlyns, 245.

Medehamsteyde, 213.

Medici, Giuglio dei, bishop of Worcester, (afterwards Clement VII.), 204.

Meidestan,' Ralph de, archdeacon of Salop, 228.

Melbourne, Lord, letter, of 163.

Melbourne, Thomas, 6.

Melford, 129 (2).

Mellis, Peter de, knt., 127.

Memoranda Rolls of the Exchequer, the 11, 22, 23.

Menill', Hugh de, 215.

Merchants:
-, alien, trade regulations for, 6, 7.
-, foreign, 7.
-, statute of, 13.

Mercia, 212.

Mercury, 13.

Meres:
-, Lawrence, recorder of Lincoln, 276.
-, Sir Thomas, 110.
-, — letter of, 109.

Meriton:
-, Mr. Henry, 146, 147.
-, appointed minister of St. James's, Bury, 146.
-, dismissed by direction of Charles II., 146, 147.

Merston', R., 98.

Merton, prior of, 219.

Merton College, Oxford, 186.

Meskenning, 3, 4.

Meston, John, 159.

Metcalf, —, inventory of his furniture, 17.
-, Abraham, mayor of Lincoln, 75, 76.

Metham, William, esq., 260.

Methewold, William, 132,

Meulan, Meuland:
-, R., bishop of Lichfield, 217.
-, Roger de, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 195, 218, 223.
-, — grant to, 223.
-, — death of, 223.

Meuleye juxta Foulbroc, 191.

Meuslent, Robert, Earl of, 230.

Mewling', Roger de, 208.

Mey:
-, John, 133.
-, John, junr., 133.

Meyrigg, Richard, professor of law, 193.

Middeby, John de, 257.

Middlefeld, 191.

Migne, Patr. Lat., 174.

Mickelfeld, Thomas de, 127.

Mildenhale, 132.
-, Richard, 159.

Mildenham, Thomas, prior of Worcester, 179.

Mildmay, Sir Walter, knt., 265.

Miles, Robert, 266.

Militia, the, 200, 202.
-, bill concerning, 201.

Miller, William, 269.

Minstrels, 124, 125.

Mint, grant of a, 132.

Misen, Richard de, 288.

Missenden, Myssynden:
-, document dated at, 173.
-, Anthony, recorder of Lincoln, 35.
-, Ascat, canon of, 168.
-, John, abbot of, 168.
-, John, 242.
-, Master, 271.

Moigne:
-, Henry, 267.
-, Thomas, 266, 267.
-, — deed of, 267.

Molton, Mr., 81.

Mon. Germ. Hist., 219.

Monetarii, 4, 6.

Monk, Robert, canon of Exeter, 168.

Monson:
-, Charles, esq., recorder of Lincoln, 117.
-, Sir Henry, 110.
-, Sir John, senr., bart., 106.

Montacute, Simon, bishop of Worcester, 204.

Monte Alto, Roger de, Justiciar of Chester, 209.
-, — — John, son of, 209.

Monte forti, Simon de, Earl of Leicester, 209.

Monte gwacie, Bartholomew Johannis de, 178.

Monte Hermerii, Ralph de, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 7.

Montefiascone, document dated at, 221.

Montpellier, William of, 219.

Moore:
-, Arthur, esq., 286 (2), 287.
-, Mr. John, town clerk of Bury, 145 (2).
-, Mr. Simon, 188, 189.

Mora, William de, 194.

Morcrofte:
-, Mr., 82.
-, Robert, alderman of Lincoln, 100, 101.

More:
-, Humphrey, mariner, 281,
-, Richard, 266.
-, Thomas, 290.
-, William, prior of Worcester, 179, 180 (2), 181.

Morice, Sir William, Secretary of State (1664), letter of, 145.

Morison:
-, Edward, recorder of Grimsby, 262.
-, Thomas, 290.

Moriton, John, Earl of (afterwards King John), grant by, 230.

Morland, William, 11.

Morley:
-, Mrs. Alice, 285.
-, George, bishop of Worcester, 204.
-, — letters of, 190.
-, Henry, senior alderman of Lincoln, 108.
-, — executrix of, 108.
-, Thomas, 290.
-, —, alderman of Lincoln, 17.

Morpeth, 231.
-, letters dated at, 125.

Morrice, Abraham, 111, 112 (2), 114.

Morris, John, 114.

Mortimer, Roger, Earl of March, 9, 157.

Mortmain, licence to acquire lands in, 11.

Mortuo Mari, Hugh de, 194.

Mose, friar William, 198.

Mostyn, Lord, MS. belonging to, 206–209, 210.

Motley:
-, cloth so called, 108.
-, John, 20.

Mounson:
-, Justice, recorder of Lincoln, 66.
-, Robert, esq., 56, 64.
-, — founds a new school in Lincoln, 62.
-, Robert, Justice of the Common Pleas, 16.
-, — agreement of with the city of Lincoln, 16.

Mount Sinai, monastery of St. Katharine, 157.

Moy:
-, Ivo de, 227.
-, Robert de, 227.

Moyn:
-, Henry, 277.
-, Thomas, recorder of Lincoln, 32.

Mulle, Richard atte, 199.

Multon, Robert, prior of Worcester, 178.

Mundye, Sir Peter, 275.

Municipal Corporation Commission, Reports of, 4.

Musard, Thomas, prior of Worcester, 177, 178.

"Muscles," 36.

Muscham, Robertus de, 9.

Muschamp:
-, Geoffrey de, bishop of Lichfield, 221.
-, — grant to, 228.
-, — grant by, 228.
-, William de, archdeacon of Derby, 229.

Mussendyne, Mussynden:
-, Francis, letter of, 254.
-, Mr. Francis, 283.

Muston, Mr. Thomas, 112.

Mych Glenn, co. Leic., 278.

Myffyn:
-, Philip, 274.
-, Thomas, 241.

Mykelwode, John, 129.

Myldenham, Thomas, prior of Worcester, 181.

Myners, John de, 215.

N.

Napton, Helias de, 215.

Nares, Dr., 186.

Nash, T., Collections for History of Worcestershire, 165, 169, 171, 174, 176, 177, 178, 180 (2), 204.

Nason, Henry, 189.

Nassyngton, Roger de, chancellor of Lichfield, 235.

Neave, Henry, 261.

Neketune, Sir Henry de, 156.
-, — Sir William de, 156.

Neston, 209.

Nether Sapi, 191.

Netherton, 191.

Nettylam, document dated at, 251.

Neuton, Neutone:
-, Rolland, 266.
-, Stephen son of Durond de, 155.
-, Walter de, 234.
-, William de, 230.

Neutune:
-, Robert the clerk of, 156.
-, — Ralph and Walter his sons, 156.

Nevilla, Albert de, 220.

Neville:
-, Edith, 252.
-, Hugh de, 194, 215, 230.
-, Ralph, dean of Lichfield, 228.
-, Sir Ralph, knt., son and heir of Earl of Westmoreland, 252.
-, Ralph, Earl of Westmoreland and Lord Neville, 255, 268 (2), 269, 270.
-, — letters of, 251, 252, 256, 267, 272.
-, — letters to, 252.
-, — counsel of, 252 (2), 255.
-, William, 288.

Newark, 20, 49, 94.
-, charter of, 49.
-, ordinance for orphans' goods in, 63.
-, waits, 113.

Newarke, Thomas, 284.

Newby:
-, Francis, 17.
-, Jane, 17.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 6, 61, 231, 281.

Newcastle:
-, Duke of (1695), 114.
-, — his house at Welbeck, 114.

New College, Oxford, 186.

Newcome, Alexander, 104.

Newerc, John de, 228.

Newgate, 201.

Newhouse, Abraham, 77.

New Jersey:
-, province of, 118.
-, Governor of. See Bernard, Francis.

Newland:
-, John de, 288.
-, Simon de la, 194.

Newland, Lincoln, St. Stephen's church in, 40.

Newmarket, 110, 149, 201.
-, Thomas de, sheriff of Lincoln, 8.

Newport, Lincoln, 45.
-, St. John's Church in, 40, 41 (2).
-, St. Michael's Church, 40.

Newport:
-, John, 267.
-, John, esq., 289 (6).

New River Company, 159.

Newsted, co. Lincoln, 274, 276 (2), 277.

Newton:
-, Joseph, of Leicester, 18, 109.
-, Thomas, 290.

Nicholas, Pope, "Taxatio" of, 193.

Nicholas III., mandate of, 219.

Nicholas IV., bulls of, 169 (3).

Nicholas:
-, Edward, 200.
-, Ralph, son of, 5.
-, , treasurer of Bury Abbey, 157.

Nicole. See Lincoln.

Nile, battle of the, 119.

Nineveh, 68.

Noake's, J., Monastery and Cathedral of Worcester, 165, 166.

Noble:
-, M., letter of, 163.
-, Mr., charity of, 164.

Nocton Park, prior and convent of, 23.

Nomina Villarum, book in the Exchequer called, 128.

Nonant, Hugh de, bishop of Lichfield, grant by, 227, 228.
-, grant to, 230.

Norbury, Roger, bishop of Lichfield, judgment, &c., of, 235 (2).
-, seal of, 235.

Norenses, 7.

Norfolk, 128.
-, Countess of (1386), 129.
-, —, minstrels of, 130.
-, Duke of (1545), letter from, 40.
-, Duke of (1537) 35, (1562) 53.
-, sheriff of, 128.

North:
-, Sir Edward, Chancellor of the Court of Augmentations, 240.
-, — letter from, 40.

Northampton, 209, 241.
-, archdeacon of, 219.
-, battle of, 250.
-, charters of, 238, 239, 282 (2).
-, council of, 218.
-, St. Andrew's, prior of, 220.
-, St. James's, abbot of, 220.

Northamptonshire, 49.
-, wool staple for, 263.

Northbourne, document dated at, 219.

North Cootes, 256.

North Shelys (Shields), Northumberland, 268.

Northumberland, Duke of (1552), 46.

Northwick, 191.

Norton:
-, Mr., 58.
-, Robert de, 288.
-, Roger, 12.

Norway, 284.
-, oak, 112.

Norwich, 6, 125.
-, Alheard, bishop of, 213.
-, bishop of (1414), 10.
-, Th., bishop of, 5.
-, cathedral, 232.
-, legacy to, 143.
-, prior of, 178.
-, prior and chapter of, mandate to, 231.

Norwis, Simon de, 229.

"Notitia Diœc Wigorn'," 205.

Nottingham, 29, 52, 101, 241.
-, documents dated at, 2, 7, 8, 132, 133, 203, 213.
-, composition of with Lincoln, 29.
-, mayor of, letters to and from, 29.

Nottinghamshire, 65, 229.
-, sheriffs, &c. of, letter to, 249.
-, wool staple for, 49, 263.

Notyngham, John, 132.

Noualanda, Simon de, 194.

Noughton, living of, 149.

Nowell, Andrew, Esq., 259.

Nunant:
-, Hugh, bishop of Coventry, 216, 218.
-, — licence to, 218.
-, Hugh, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 220, 221, 222.

O.

Oaths:
-, against papal supremacy and transsubstantiation, 285.
-, of allegiance and supremacy, 115, 152, 153.
-, statutory, 152.

Obits, 54.

Ocle, Ralph de, 257.

Odeham, John, 157.

Odwell, Norway, 284.

Offelee, chapel of, 233.

Ogle:
-, Henry Cavendish, Earl of, 106.
-, William, 241.

Okley, Oklie:
-, Edmund, 133.
-, Mr., 92.
-, Mr., mayor of Lincoln, 96 (3).

Old Testament, the, 58, 62.

Oldfeld, 191.

Oley, Barnabas, subdean of Worcester, 188.
-, letter to, 190.

Oliver, Mr. John, 104.

Oltby or Otley, John, 29.

Olyver, Richard, skipper, 276.

Omnibus Sanctis, Walter de, 192.

Orfeuere, John de, alderman of Bury, 130.

Oriel College, Oxford, 186.

Ormesby monastery, 273.
-, Thomas, prior of, 273.

Orvieto, documents dated at, 195, 219 (3), 220 (2).

Osbaldeston, John, M.A., 112 (2).

Osbert, Hugh son of, charter of, 192.

Osebern, John, 131, 132.

Osney, 207.
-, abbot of, 181, 193.
-, Edward, abbot of, 168.
-, canons of, 168.
-, Harding, prior of, 168.
-, monastery of, 217.

Ostend, 116.

Ostia, Cardinal Angelo of, bishop, 175.

Otho, Cardinal, constitutions of, 171.

Oto, papal legate (1238), 207.

Ottoboni, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian and papal legate, 95.

Outlawry, writ of, 84.

Outlaws, goods of, 83.

Overbarrow, 191.

Overbury, 191.
-, church of, 168, 177.

Overton:
-, John, 131.
-, William, bishop of Lichfield, 226.

Overton Quatermars, 215.

Oxenbridge, Viscount, 1.

Oxford, 68, 72, 130, 168, 179, 181, 182, 183, 185, 186, 203, 209.
-, documents dated at, 132, 133, 167, 203 (5), 223.
-, Christ Church, 201.
-, "City of," by Anthony Wood, 182.
-, Gloucester College at, 182.
-, Lady Margaret's professor of divinity at, 186.
-, Parliament at (1681), 149, 254.
-, R., archdeacon of, 168.
-, St. Frideswide in, prior of, 193.
-, scholars at, 125.
-, Stockwelstrete in, 182 (2.)
-, "Tewkesbury, edificium de," 182.
-, University, 200, 201 (2), 202 (2).
-, — printer of, 202.
-, — registers of, 68, 75, 88, 158.
-, "Wynchelcombie camera," 182.

"Oxon. magistri," 123.

"Oxon. scolares," 124, 125.

"Oxonie clerici," 207.

Oysters, sale of; 36.

P.

Page, Thomas, 133.

Paget, Sir William, 200.

Pakington, Little, 191.

Palestrina, Anthony bishop of, 176, 178.

Palfreyman, William, 129.

Palmer. Stephen, 241.

Panculf, Roger, 220.

Papal Registers, Calendar of Entries in relating to Great Britain, 214.

Paradise food, 157.

Parham, 69.

Paris, Matthew, 222.

Parke, Sir James, knt., 286.

Parker, William, 98.

Parkyns, Richard, 71, 72.

Parliament, the, 11 (2), 13, 22, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 (3), 38, 47 (5), 49 (3), 50, 64, 65, 74, 76, 107, 131, 151, 200, 201 (6), 202 (5), 216, 236, 238, 250, 251, 252, 254 (5), 255 (4), 283.
-, petitions to, 119, 162.
-, petition to the King in, 5.
-, Acts of, 12, 37, 50 (2), 65, 68, 72, 75, 115.
-, Act of, concerning the six articles, 183.
-, — for payment of members, 149.
-, Bills in, 118, 119.
-, burgesses in, payment of, 25.
-, the Convention, 152.
-, election of members of, 41.
-, knights sent to, 277.
-, ordinance of, 283.
-, at Oxford (1681), 149.
-, Return of members of, 283.
-, subsidy granted by, 37, 39.

Parliamentary elections, writs and indentures for, 143.

Parmenter:
-, John, 133.
-, Robert, 133.

Parry, Henry, bishop of Worcester, 184.

Parsonson, John, 266.

Partryche, Peter, chancellor of Lincoln, 21.

Pastone, John de, 156.

Pateneye, Master Philip de, 234.

Patent Rolls, 5, 239.

Paternoster play, the, 29.

Pates:
-, Richard, bishop of Worcester, 204.
-, Richard, professor of common law, 193.

Pateshella, Martin de, canon of London, 223.

Pateshull, Hugh, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 220, 223.

Paton, Mr., 260.

Pawlet, William, lord St. John, 200.

Payton, Christopher, 260.

Peada, abbot of Peterborough, 213.

Peche, Richard, bishop of Lichfield, 223.

Pechesleye, 191.

Peckham, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 197.
-, ordinance of, 230.
-, seal of, 230.

Pedde, Geoffrey, 288.

Peers, Stephen, M.D., legacies from, 142.

Pelham:
-, Charles, esq., 284, 285 (2), 286 (2).
-, George, of Gray's Inn, esq., 286.
-, Mr., 261.

Pelton:
-, Henry, 266.
-, Robert, 266.

Pembroke:
-, Earl of (1616), 142.
-, William, Earl of, Marshal, 3.

Pencridge, Penkridge, 223, 225.
-, collegiate church of, 222 (2).
-, dean and chapter of, 220 (2).

Pencriz, Master Robert de, 227.

Peneduk, 191.

Pentecostals or "Whitson farthings," 189.

Peny, Robert, 11.

Percy, Henry de, 9.

Percyvell, Sir John, 28.

Peresone, Master, 26, 27.

Peresson, Robert, 266.

Perkins, Robert, 69.

Perry, Jonathan, 152.

Pershore, 193.

Perton', Walter de, 229.

Perugia, document dated at, 195.

Peryam, Sir William, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, letter to, 185.

Perye, Thomas atte, 131.

Peter:
-, Geoffrey fitz, Earl of Essex, 218.
-, Ranold, 241.

Peterborough, 87, 213.
-, abbey of, 241.

Petteworthe, 199.

Peveryll, William, 241.

Phalesha, Adam de, provost of Bury St. Edmund's, 156.

Philadelphia, 190.

Philip and Mary, 235.
-, letters patent of, 238, 239.
-, exemplification by, 139.
-, writ of, 255.

Phillips, Sir Thomas, 197.

Phipps, Mr., 97.

Phiton, 207.

Picot, William, grant by, 194.

Pie-poudre, court of, 14.

Piggott, —, 148.

Pikerels, 34.

Pincerna, Theobald, 5.

Pinel, Simon, 228.

Pipa, John de, 227.

Pipart:
-, Hugh, 194.
-, Robert, 194.

Pipe, Simon de, Geoffrey son of, grant to, 228.

Pipewell Abbey, 220.

Pisa, 176, 178.

"Pitantiæ," 124.

Placita corone, 3, 4.

Plague, the, 1, 25, 49.
-, order for inspection of, 49.

Plantagenet, Henry, Earl of Lancaster, 18.

Plea rolls, 21.

Plugh Day, 267.

Plumtre, Master, 67, 63.

Plundered Ministers, committee for, 162.

Poer, Hugh, 192.

Pogge, John, 288.

Pointon, Ralph de, clerk, 228.

Poleryn, Thomas, 269.

Poleye, Robert, 125.

Polton, Thomas, bishop of Worcester, 166.

Ponte Audomar', Henry de, 194.

Poole, Mr. Reginald L., Reports by, 165– 236.

Pope:
-, John, 12.
-, Mr. John, chancellor of Lincoln, 44.
-, Thomas, 130.
-, —, archdeacon of Lincoln, 48.

Popery, 140.

Popham, Sir John, 256.

Popple:
-, Edward, 290.
-, William, son of Edward, 291 (2).

Portmort:
-, Christopher, 290.
-, George, mayor of Grimsby, 259, 260, 290.
-, Thomas, 289.

Portugal, 244.

Posts to be provided for King's and Council's letters, 35.

Poter, Ralph, 227.

Poterna, James de, 194.

Potthast, 214, 219, 221.

"Powes," Lady, 29.

Powle, alias Powley, —, license to, 67.

Powlett, Lord William, 257.

Pownall:
-, Governor, 118.
-, Lieutenant Col., 112, 113.

Pratell':
-, Engelr' de, 228.
-, Engeram de, 230.
-, John de, 228.

Prattinton, Peter, M.D., 191, 204.

Preez, Salop, 218 (2).

Prestey, Gilbert A, 288.

Preston, John de, 127.

Pretender, the, invasion by, (1745), 117.
-, rebellion in favour of, 154.

Price:
-, Matthew, 183.
-, —, chancellor of Worcester, 176, 180, 205.

Prideaux, John, Vice-chancellor of Oxford and bishop of Worcester, 204.
-, letters to, 200–3.
-, sent for to Parliament, 203.

Prika, Robert de, 215.

Primage or stowage, 261.

Privy Council, the, 13, 29, 33, 35, 46, 50, 61, 62, 63, 70, 101, 104, 248, 253, 264, 265.
-, letters of, 41, 66, 70 (3), 83, 112, 142 (2), 143, 162, 256.
-, petition to, 141.
-, bill supplicatory to, 71.
-, orders of, 142, 151, 152.

Privy Seal, the, 24, 50.
-, keepers of, 9, 10.
-, pardon of a tax under, 63.

Privy seals, 33.

Proclamations, 40, 41, 42, 44.
-, for suppressing seditious books, 282.

Procter:
-, Mr., 283.
-, Samuel, 290, 291.

Prophete, Master John, keeper of the Privy Seal (1409, &c.), 10 (2).

Protestant religion, the, 117.
-, succession, the, 115.

Prowet, Alexander, precentor of Lincoln, 22.

Pryme, Richard, mayor and alderman of Bury, 151.

Psalter, 122.

Puclesdon, 191.

Pulton's Statutes at Large, 107.

Pye:
-, Hugh, freemason, 61, 66.
-, John, mariner, bond of, 258.
-, Robert, 288 (3), 289.
-, Sir Thomas, 159.

Pycate, Christopher, 250.

Pydele, 191.

Pykke, Sir John, 28.

Pyrie, Giles atte, 130, 132.

Pyshale:
-, Robert, 258.
-, Walter, 258.

Pyte, Hugh, 230.

Q.

Quakers, the, 190.

Quebec, reduction of (1759), 117.

Queen's Bench, the, 66.

Queen's College, Oxford, 167.

Querns, 46.

Quo Warranto, writs of, 14, 47, 63, 105.

R.

Rabayne, Elias de, 6.

Raby Castle, document dated at, 252.

Rachton, Robert, 276.

Rada, the Spirit, 13.

Radestoke, 234.

Radferm, Mr., 76.

Radnoure, Peter de, 229.

"Raiges, the city of," 58.

Raleg., Ralph de, 5.

Ralph:
-, John, son of, 156 (2).
-, Ralph, son of, 228.

Rampton, William, 266.

Randby, 240.

Ranstone, Dr., 25.

Rasen, John de, 288.

Ratheby, John, mayor of Lincoln, petition of, 11.

Ravysby, Hugh, 133.

Ray, Mr., of Watfield, 144.

Reading, 221.
-, document dated at, 195.

Reading, William, esq., 261.

Recognizances of debts, 18.

Record Office, the, 1, 14.

Records, the Public, 8.

Recusants, 143.

Reddhall, 113.

Redgrave, 143.

Reformation, the, 1.

Reg', Earl, 8.

Regges, John, 132.

Reginald, Earl, 2.

Religious houses, dissolution of, 65.

Remonstrances and Declarations of Parliament, 202 (2).

Requests, Masters of, 64.

Reredos, 129.

Rery, John, 131.

Reveriis, Richard de, 228.

Rewley, abbot of, 193.

Reyner, Rayner:
-, Agnes, grant by, 257.
-, Anora, 257.
-, Edmund, clerk, grant to, 257.
-, Mr. Edward, 98, 101, 102 (2), 104, 107.
-, — John, son of, 107.
-, Gilbert, 288.
-, John, 272, 288.
-, Peter, 257.
-, William, 257, 272.

Reynolds, Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, 197, 213.
-, letter to, 223.
-, confirmation by, 192.

Riby:
-, Henry de, 288 (2).
-, John de, 288.

Rich, Mr., 50.

Richard I., King of England, 24 (2), 193.
-, charters of, 2, 106, 132, 222.
-, writs, &c., of, 218 (2), 220.

Richard II., 2, 5, 18, 53, 120, 157, 159, 262.
-, letters patent of, 14, 131, 198.
-, charters of, 2, 9 (2), 10 (2), 132 (2), 133 (2), 238.
-, council of, 131.
-, pardon from, 130, 131.
-, parliament of, 131.
-, uncles of, 9.
-, writs of, 131 (3).

Richard III., 159.
-, petition to, 263.
-, charters of, 11, 14.

Richardson:
-, John, 205.
-, Thomas, 256.
-, Thomas, sergeant at law, recorder of Bury, 142.

Richmond:
-, letter dated from, 70.
-, honor of, 9.
-, —, men of, 9.

Ricroft, Mr., 92.

Ridel, Stephen, 228, 230.

Rieti, document dated at, 169.

Ripon, document dated at, 246.

Risebrege hundred, 128.

Risfurthe, Thomas, 281.

Rither, William, 11.

Rivers, Lady, bequest of, 145.

Robert, Geoffrey son of, alderman of Bury, 156.

Robertes:
-, Margaret, 281.
-, Robert, 280.

Robin Hood ballad, 67.

"Robyns, lame," 70.

Robynson, John, clerk, 52.

[Roch ?], Richard, letter to, 253.

Rochester, document dated at, 222.

Rockadine:
-, Edward, 78.
-, — Edward, son of, 78.

Roderham, John, 10.

Rodthorne, John, 72.

Roes, Peter, 280.

Roger son of Robert, bishop of Worcester, 167, 192.

Rokelande, William de, 195.

Rolt, Rev. Mr., 117.

Romans, King of, 245, 246.

Rome:
-, documents dated at, 169 (3).
-, bishop of, 179.
-, church of, 117.
-, St. Peter's, documents dated at, 199, 219.

Rome, Master Thomas, 258.

Rooe, Robert, 266.

Rooper, Lady, bequest by, 74.

Roos or Ros:
-, Beatrice de, 5.
-, John, Lord, 106.
-, Lord, 31 (5), 32.
-, Thomas de, late Lord of Hamelok, 6.

Rose:
-, Roger, alderman of Bury, 131.
-, William, 260, 290.

Ross:
-, Mr. John, 1.
-, — private collections for Lincoln, 1.
-, William, 241.

Ross's Civitas Lincolnia, 14, 20.

Rosseter, Colonel Edward, 283.

Rossiter:
-, Mr. 18.
-, Richard, esq., 261.

Rotherham:
-, Dame Alice, letter of, 251.
-, Thomas, bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor, 251.
-, William, alderman of Lincoln and J.P., 47, 50, 51.
-, — committed for contempt, 50.
-, — disfranchisement of, 50.
-, — — annulled, 50.

Rouen, archbishop of, 216.

Rougham, Richard, 131, 132.

Routon, prior and convent of, 220.

Rowcestre, William de, 209.

Rowgham, Edward, 125.

Rowham, Edward, B.D., 158.

Royce, Rev. D., 212.

Royse, William, 290.

Royston, 35.
-, document dated at, 200.

Ruddlan, document dated at, 230.

Rudhall, Mr., of Gloucester, 20.

Ruffy, Simon son of Ralph, grant by, 230.

Ruggel':
-, church of, 216.
-, manor, 218.

Rugham, William de, 130.

Rumney or Rhumney, Oswald, clerk, 103, 104.

Rupibus, Peter de, bishop of Winchester, 194.

Rushworth, Mr., 70.

Russel:
-, John, Lord, 200.
-, William, 288 (2).

Rusteng, Ralph, canon of Lichfield, 228.

Rutland:
-, Earl of (1542, &c.) 37, 41, 43, 47 (2), 48 (3), 49 (2), 51 (2), 52, 66, (1617) 93, (1635) 100.
-, — rent from city of Lincoln to, 47, 48, 49, 51.
-, — secretary of. See Ferrour, Robert.
-, Edward, Earl of (1585), 17.
-, Francis Manners, Earl of (1618), 95.
-, Henry, Earl of (1558), 16.
-, Thomas, Earl of (1536), 16.

Ryby:
-, John de, mayor of Grimsby, 257.
-, Thomas, chaplain, 11.

Rycroft, Mr. William, 100.

Rye House plot, the, 109, 150.

Rymer's Fœdera, 220.

Rys, William, 129.

Rysbie manor, 138.

S.

Sacrament, the, 26.

Saddell silver, 170, 178, 181.

Sagium, document dated at, 194.

Sagreve, Stephen de, 207.

St. Albans:
-, assizes removed to, 162.
-, Earl of (1664), 149.
-, — letters from, 145 (2).

St. Alphege, martyrdom of, 212.

St. Asaph, bishop of, 221.

St. Augustine, 173.

St. Benedict, constitutions of the order of, 171–173.

St. Briavel, 191.

St. Catherine's, Lincoln, 92, 93, 94.

St. Chad:
-, abbot of St. Mary in Listingay, 213.
-, bishop of Lichfield, 213.
-, made archbishop of York, 213.

St. Chrysogonus, Conrad of, 176.

St. Clement, guild of bakers in honour of, 31.

St. David's:
-, A. bishop of (1378), Chancellor, 9.
-, diocese of, 197.

St. Edmunds [Bury], see Bury St. Edmunds.

St. Ewe, Cornwall, 76.

St. Helens, church of, 191.

St. James, 59.

St. John, 58.

St. John of Jerusalem in England, Hospital of, 267.

St. John's near Worcester, 200.

St. John's College, Cambridge, letter dated from, 148.

St. Katharine's "Montis Sinaii," monks of, 157.

St. Kenelm, murder of 212.

St. Luke, 58.

St. Martin in montibus, Jordan of, 176.

St. Martin's in the Fields, Middlesex, 18.

St. Nicholas, bishop of, 124, 125, 157.

St. Paul's Cathedral, prebend of St. Pancras in, 168.

St. Poll or Poole:
-, George, letter of, 254.
-, Sir George, knt., 262, 282.
-, Thomas, esq., 240.

St. Sabina, Guido bishop of, papal legate, letter of, 173.

Saio, Hugh de, 192.

Salamon, J., 233.

Saleford, John de, 234.

Saleman, Thomas son of, 156.

Salisbury:
-, Cathedral, jurisdiction, &c., of, 221, 225.
-, dean of, 219.
-, John of, treasurer of Exeter, 168.

Salle, Geoffrey, 132.

Sallow, Derby, 218.

Salomondesford, Clement de, almoner of St. Edmund's, 156.

Salop, Roger archdeacon of, 227.

Salter, Hugh le, 288.

Salwarpe, 200.

Salwey:
-, Humfrey, 175.
-, John, 179.

Sammer, —, J.P. for Lincoln, 27.

Sammes:
-, Master, 26.
-, William, 32 (2), 33, 34.

Samos, Joseph archbishop of, 107.

Sancta Eremina, William de, 6.

Sancto Botulfo, Henry de, 228.

Sancto Johanne, John de, 7.

Sanctuaries authorised, list of, 183.

Sandall, John, 260.

Sandells, Fulk, 205.

Sanderson, Dr., chaplain to Charles I., 201.

Sandes, Edwin, bishop of Worcester, 204.

Sandwich, Lord, 190.

Saniehop, 259.

Sapcote, Henry, esq., 68.

Sarum Charters, 223.

Saul, Serjeant, 20.

Saunderson:
-, Robert, esq., 260.
-, Sir Thomas, K.B., 116.

Savoy, Peter of, 9 (2).

Saxham, Richard de, 130.

Saxilby, 18.

Saxsey, Thomas, clerk, 139.

Saynton, John, recorder of Grimsby, 258.
-, letter of, 251.

Scales, William, mayor of Grimsby, 260, 290 (3).

Scamblesby, 240.

Scarborough, 276.

Scartho, 241, 258, 261, 275.
-, church, 238.

Schardebroc, Benedict de, 156.

Schenkl, Dr. H., 170.

Schenstan church, 217.

Schirnak, 191.

Schoppholm, Master, 275.

Scobell's Acts, 107.

Scofield, Thomas, 261.

Scot and lot, 11.

Scotale, 3, 4.

Scotch army, the, 188.
-, merchants, letters of protection for, 278.

Scotland, 52, 176, 278, 279.
-, episcopal clergy in, 114.
-, King of, 231.
-, Union of with England, 114, 153.

Scots, the, 218.

Scottericke, Mr. George, 102, 103.

Scoupwyke, 6.

Scrippe, Robert, 194.

Scrivelsby, 241.

Scrope, Richard le, steward of the Household (1378), 9.

Scaccarium, 3, 4.

Sculle, Sir Walter, 175.

Scupholme:
-, Anne, widow, 103.
-, Henry, 101, 103.

See, Sea:
-, Alexander de le, 241, 289.
-, Bernard de le, 274, 289 (3).
-, Harry de le, 241.
-, John de, 258.
-, John del, 267.
-, Judith, 283.
-, Patrick del, 267.
-, Peter atte, 288.
-, Peter de, 258, 289.
-, Piers de le, 241.
-, Richard atte, 288.
-, Stephen, 258.
-, Stephen del, 241, 267, 269.
-, Stephen de la, 271, 289 (2).
-, Thomas, 282, 290.

Seele or Sele, John, M.A., 72.

Segrave, John de, 7.

Selford, Rem' prior of, 168.

Semar, Simon, 275.

Semprinham, Ralph de, dean of Lichfield, 212, 228.

Senowe, Thomas, 133.

Servall, Agnes, 140.

Sextens alias Westley, manor, 138.

Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset, 200.

Seyntpole, Seyntpoll, George, recorder of Lincoln, 38, 39, 41, 49.
-, — release by, 38.
-, Mr., 280.

Shairley, John. See Sherley.

Shakespeare, Shagspere, William:
-, marriage license of, 205.
-, "Outlines of life of," 205.

Sharpe:
-, Mr. Jasper, 145.
-, Richard, lease to, 109.

Shaw, Shawe:
-, Mr., 161 (2).
-, Mr. Hugh, 107.

Sheen, document dated at, 245, 279.

Shefeld, John, 273.

Sheffield:
-, Lord, 79, 81, 82.
-, Robert, 258, 262.

Shelton, Rev. Mr., 117.

Sheppey, Eastchurch in, 197.

Sheriffe, Sheryff:
-, Elizabeth, 278.
-, John, 241.
-, John, mayor of Grimsby, 258, 260 (2), 289 (2).
-, John, 278.
-, — will of, 278.
-, Katherine, 278.
-, Robert, 278, 289.
-, William, 278.

Sheriff's indentures and writs for Parliamentary elections, 143.

Sherley, John, mayor of Hertford, letters of, 161 (2).

Sherrard, Bennett Lord, 106.

Shipmoney, 101 (2), 164.

Shipston on Stour, 191.
-, grant of a market and fair at, 169.

Shirref, John, 266.

Shoteby, Hugh de, canon of Lichfield, 214.

Shrewsbury, 6.

Shropeshire, William de, of Waltham, chaplain, grant to, 272.

Shuttleworth:
-, Edmund, 75, 85, 87 (2), 89, 90.
-, —, Warden of New College, Oxford, 186.

Sidbury, 189.

Signi, document dated at, 219.

Silvester, Mr., 71.
-, appointed vicar of Belton, 71.

Silveston, document dated at, 132.

Simon:
-, Jordan son of, 227.
-, , mason of Bury St. Edmunds abbey, 129.

Simonis, Thurstan fil', 218.

Simson, William, 290.

Sitnacester', Edulf bishop of, 213.

Skailes, William, 256.

Skarlett, John, 279.

Skellingthorpe, 18, 111, 112.

Skelton, Mr., 282.

Skendelby, John, 266.

Skerne, Mr. Robert, 253.

Skinner, William, of Thornton, 279.

Skipwith, Skipwyth:
-, Edward, esq., 262.
-, Mr. Edward, 280.
-, Mr. George, 254.
-, Sir William, letter of, 254.
-, William, letter of, 250.

Skirbecke, Thomas, 288.

Skyrbek, William de, 257.

Skytt', Henry, 277.

Slater, Mr. Samuel, 144 (2).

Slave trade, petition against, 119.

Sleaford, 35, 104.

Slownt, Robert, 277.

Slutheby, Walter de, 288.

Smalbroke, Richard, bishop of Lincoln, license and letter from, 19.

Smart, William, 58.

Smith:
-, Anthony, 112.
-, John, of Hull, 275, 276.
-, John, son of Warin the, of Heppeworth, 156.
-, Mr. John, 76 (2), 77, 78 (2).
-, — suits by against Lincoln city, 78.
-, Mr., 92.
-, Richard, 85.
-, Robert, 16.
-, Robert, town clerk of Lincoln, 85.

Smyth, Smythe:
-, Anthony, 261.
-, Mr. Edmund, 284.
-, Francis, 283.
-, John, 273.
-, Master, 275.
-, Nicholas, 245.
-, Richard, 62.
-, Mr. Richard, 89.
-, Robert, 241, 266.
-, Sir Robert, parson of St. Mary's, Grimsby, 271.
-, Thomas, junr., 266.
-, — senr., 266.
-, Mr. Thomas, 283.
-, William, chantry priest of the Bridge, Lincoln, 31, 32, 35, 48.
-, William, 266.
-, William, clerk, 40.
-, William, mayor of Lincoln, 39, 40.
-, — — wife of, 39.
-, William, priest, 38.

Snaylwell, John de, sacristan of St. Edmunds, 123.

Snelland, 18.

Snowden:
-, Dorothy, 241.
-, Robert, 241.

Snytterton, Nicholas de, 128.

Socrates, 13.

Soldiers, levying of, 29, 30.

Solemn League and Covenant, the, 115.
-, declaration against, 144, 286.

Solicitor General, the (1671), 162.

Somerby:
-, Mr., 92.
-, Richard, 85.

Somers, Lord, 184.

Somerscales:
-, Daniel, 290.
-, Mr., 84.

Somerset:
-, Charles, esq., 143.
-, Edward, Earl of Worcester (1616), 142.
-, George, knt., 143.
-, John, Earl of (1409), 10.

Sotherby:
-, John, deputy recorder of Bury, 152.
-, Mr., recorder of Bury, 147.
-, — report by, 146.

Sotteby, Hugh de, 229.

South, Mr., town clerk of Lincoln, 106.

Southe, John, 281.

Southwark, prior of, 234.

Southwold, Suffolk, grant to, 250.

Spain, 244.
-, war with, 154.

Spalding, 115.
-, monastery of, 42.

Spaniards, the, 116.

Sparke:
-, A., letter of, 162.
-, Robert, 133.

Spechele, Geoffrey de, 194.

Spechley, 191.

Spencely, Martin, alderman of Bury, 152.

Spencer:
-, Michael, 261.
-, William, 27.

Spenser:
-, Michael, 290 (2).
-, Thomas, 267.

Sperman, Edmund, 280.

Springe, William, sheriff of Suffolk, 143.

Stafford:
-, collegiate church of, 222 (2), 223.
-, Hugh, Earl of (1378), 9.
-, John, mayor of Bury, 151.
-, Ralph, archdeacon of, 217.
-, St. Mary's, dean and chapter of, 223.

Staffordshire, 217.
-, sheriff of, writs to, 215 (2), 219.
-, unlawful assemblies in, 215.

Stalingburgh, J. de, 288.

Stallingbro', 277.

Stamford, 35, 49, 241.
-, music, the, 150.

Stamford Mercury, the, 116.

Stamp, Stampe:
-, George, 47.
-, George, alderman of Lincoln, 52, 63.
-, William, 287.

Stanford:
-, document dated at, 8.
-, Adam of, archdeacon of Chester, 229.
-, William de, 230.

Stanhope:
-, Lady Dorothy, 106.
-, Michael, letter of, 253.

Stanlegh, document dated at, 233.

Stanley:
-, John, 26.
-, John, steward of the Household (1409), 10.

Stanlowe:
-, Joan, 11.
-, John, 6.
-, William, 11.

Stantone, Thomas de, 156.

Staple, the, 49.
-, — at Calais, 22.
-, of wool, &c., provisions for, 6.

Star Chamber, the, 70.
-, Court, 63.
-, — order of, 100.
-, — secondaries of, 63.

Starkey, Dr. William, 145, 148.

Stathum, Nicholas, 11.

Statute against hunting hares, 281.
-, of apparel, 53.
-, concerning oaths, 13 Car. II., 152.
-, for finding surety for good behaviour, 25.
-, merchant, rolls of bonds of, 87.
-, of Westminster, the first, 216.

Statutes at Large, Pulton's, 107.

Statutes:
-, of Acton Burnell and of merchants, 13.
-, made at Westminster and Leicester, 3 & 4 Henry VI., 10.
-, merchant, 72.
-, — seal of, 72, 74.
-, printed, 288.
-, of the Realm, 217.

Statius, manuscript of, 170.

Staunford, A. de, 229.

Staunton, co. Worcester, 183.

Staunton, Hervey de, 235.

Staus, James de, 228.

Stavensby:
-, Alexander of, bishop of Lichfield, 218, 222, 225.
-, — letters to, 221, 226.
-, — confirmation by, 229.
-, Richard de, 229.

Staynton, 273.
-, John, 62.

Staynton in le Hole, co. Lincoln, 271.

Steevens, Thomas, 122.

Stellion (?), —, 277.

Stephanest', Ainbalbi de, 178.

Stephani, W. fil', 218.

Stephen, King of England:
-, — charters of, 222, 223 (2).
-, — grant by, 217.
-, Walter son of, 156.

Stephens, Mr. Thomas, 145.

Stephenson, Stevenson:
-, Gregory, 97.
-, Robert, letter to, 253.

Steward, Mr., 161.

Stewkley, William, 148, 149, 151.

Stilton, 35.

Stocton, Cecilia, 198, 199.

Stoke-Goldington, 64.

Stoke Prior:
-, manor, court rolls, &c., of, 184.
-, rectory, 184.

Stoke, Mr., 260.

Stokes, Richard, 133.

Stone:
-, Henry, esq., 110.
-, Henry, will of, 18.
-, Mr. Henry, of Skellingthorpe, 111, 112 (2).
-, Sir John, vicar of Erith, 269.

Stopis, John, 276.

Storme, Richard, 277.
-, — Walter, son of, 277.

Storr, William, 68, 72.

Storye, Robert, 281.

Stourbridge, 191.

Stowe, Richard, precentor of Bury, 158.

Stowghton, co. Leic., 278.

Stow's Chronicle, 141.

Stoytt:
-, John, clerk, vicar of Hanslape, 48 (2).
-, — resignation of, 48.

Strand, the, 194 (2).

Stratford:
-, college of, 183.
-, Master John de, 192.
-, monastry, document dated at, 247.

Straw, Jack, riots under, 131.

Stretford, friar John, 198.

Stretton, Robert, bishop of Lichfield, 235.

Sturbridge, 56.

Sturmyn, Roger le, knt., 127.

Stut, —, 240.

Styward, Augustin, 122.

Subpœna, writ of, 48.

Subsidy:
-, Act of Parliament concerning, 264, 265.
-, commissioners of, 51.
-, raised from wool, 22.

Subsidies, 37, 39, 41.
-, commissioners for, 39.
-, — letters to 39 (3).

Succession, Act of, 33.

Sudbury, 129.

Suffolk, 23, 128.
-, assizes for, 152, 153.
-, Duchess of, 41, 44.
-, — Duke of, her son, 41, 44.
-, Duke of. See Brandon.
-, insurrection in, 131.
-, justices of assize for, 140.
-, — letters, &c., to, 142 (2).
-, — order of, 142.
-, Lord Lieutenant of. See Howard, Theophilus.
-, sheriff of, 128.
-, trained bands in, 143.

Suffolk House, letter dated from, 143.

Surflet, Surflett, co. Lincoln:
-, articles demanded by inhabitants of, 43.
-, church and parsonage of, 41, 42, 46, 47, 49, 50.
-, — swanmark belonging to, 41.
-, rectory, parsonage and advowson of, 16, 112.
-, vicarage of, 42, 43 (2).

Surrey, R., archdeacon of, 168.

Sussex, money collected in for relief of Lincoln city, 103.

Sutcliffe:
-, Adam, 260.
-, John, 260, 261.
-, Luke, 260.
-, Salamon, 260.
-, Solomon, 290 (4).

Sutham, church of, 234.

Sutton:
-, Ambrose, esq., 46.
-, Hammond, 6.
-, Hammond, 44.
-, Hammond, gent., 283.
-, John, 154.
-, Sir Ralph, priest of Hanslape, 49 (2).
-, Mr. Robert, 34.
-, Sir Robert, 267.
-, Thomas, 154.
-, William, 260.

Suttons, the, of Lincoln, 44, 46.

Swallow, Swalowe, 262, 266, 273.
-, court rolls, &c., of, 262.

Swallow, Margaret, 272.
-, Robert, 241, 272.

Swalve, Thomas, William son of, 228.

Swan, Andrew, 278, 279.

Swanland, John, 266.

Swanmarks, 64.

Swift, Mr., 89.

Swinthorpe in Snelland parish, 18.

Swynnoppe, document dated at, 256.

Sydenhale, 191.

Sykes, John, 112.

Symkynson, Thomas, 241, 271.

Symons, —, 186.

Sympson alias Taverner, Alice, will of, 23.

"Syon, liber domus Sancti Salvatoris de," 122.

Syward, Richard, 133.

T.

Tachebroc, document dated at, 229.

Tachebroke, Warwick, 218.

Tailbois:
-, John, mayor of Lincoln, 27, 29.
-, Master, 27.
-, Mistress, 29.
-, Sir Robert, knt., 264.

Tailor, Robert, walker, 273.

Takhill, Robert, 266.

Tapenhal', 171.

Tarrat, Mr. Edward, 256.

Tarry (?), John, 266.

Tatam, —, widow, 261.

Tatersall Castle, letter dated at, 256.

Tatintone, Peter de, 7.

Tatteshall chantry, 43.

Taverner, alias Sympson, Alice, will of, 23.
-, David, 288.

Teale, —, 19.

Telneui, William, 194 (2).

Temple:
-, Mr. John, 145.
-, Lawrence, 191.
-, Mr. Schoolmaster, 68.

Templehirst, letter dated at, 253.

Tenghy, Ralph, 230.

Tennyson:
-, Lord, 284.
-, Ralph, mayor of Grimsby, 284.

Tenths and fifteenths, 10, 11.

Terne, Ralph de, 229.

Terri, Master William de, 194.

Terrill, Mr. Justice, 104.

Teruen', park of, 218.

Test, Wido fil', 217.

Testa, Gwill', 196.

Tetney, 278.

Tewkesbury:
-, church of, 199.
-, document dated at, 199.
-, John, abbot of, grant by, 199.
-, monastery, 196, 199.

"Tewkesbury, edificium de," at Oxford, 182.

Thanet, Lord, 116.

Thavies Inn, Holborn, 107.

Thebais, the, by Statius, 170.

Theddlethorpe, 261.

Thelintham, William de, 130.

Thelnetham, William de, 156.

Themelbye, Richard, 260.

Thetford, William, 131.

Thewardistre hundred, 128.

Thimbleby, Richard, 262.
-, Sir Richard, knt.,
-, — depositions before, 240.

Thinghowe hundred, 128.

Thisscrosse, Mr. 190.

Thodintona [co. Glouc.], 191.

Thokheth, Thomas, feodary of Duchy of Lancaster in co. Lincoln, letter of, 270.

Thomas:
-, Edward, 290.
-, William, 166, 169, 171, 177, 178, 192, 199, 200.
-, William, 188.
-, William, son of, 227.
-, of London, ship, 269.

Thomlynson:
-, Thomas, 240.
-, — deed of, 240.
-, William, 248.

Thompson, Thomson:
-, Mr. Alderman of Grimsby, 284.
-, Mr. E. M., 210.
-, William, 280.

Thoren', Peter de, grant by, 257.

Thornborough, John, bishop of Worcester, visitation by, 184.

Thornburgh, W., 188.

Thornbury, Mr. William, treasurer of Worcester College, 188.

Thornton, Thorneton 221.
-, church of, 227, 233.

Thornton, John, mayor of Hull, letter of, 255.

Thorold, Tharold:
-, Anthony, recorder of Lincoln, 49, 64.
-, William, 241.
-, William, esq., warrant of, 255.
-, —, 44.

Thorp:
-, Peter de, 257.
-, Walter de, 217.

Thorton, Roger de, 229.

Three Senators, Christmas poem of the, 1.

Throgmorton:
-, Thomas, 16.
-, Thomas, 175.

Thrunscoe, 278.

Thryscrosse, Henry, 277.

Thurald, Ralph, 156 (2).

Thymbleby:
-, Mr. John, 280.
-, Mr. Richard, 280.
-, Sir Richard, knt., 281.

Thymolby, Thymylby, Mr. Richard, mayor of Grimsby, 273, 289 (8), 290.

Thynne, Sir John, knt., 16.

Tibberton, church of, 169.

Tilleshope, 191.

Tinctor, William, 288.

Tirwhit, Tirwhyt:
-, Master, 274.
-, Sir Robert, letter from, 40.
-, Sir William, 262 (2), 274.

Tithes, proclamation concerning payment of, 42.

Tobias, play of the story of, 58, 60, 62.

Tod:
-, Richard, 290.
-, T. son of William, 290 (2), 291.
-, William, 290 (2)

Toft:
-, John, 132.
-, William, 6.

Tokens, coinage of, 1

Tomkins:
-, Nathaniel, 188.
-, — treasurer of Worcester, letter to, 200.

Tomlinson, Tomlynson:
-, Alan, 266.
-, Henry, 289.
-, Richard, 266.

Tonge:
-, Mr., mayor of Lincoln, 74.
-, Richard, 90.
-, Thomas, professor of law, 193.

Totesbache, 191.

Totyngtone, brother Walter de, 129 (2).

Tower, the, Records in, 2, 166.

Towne, John, 112.

Townend, Lincoln, 73.

Townson, Robert, 88.

Towtheby, Richard, of Healing, 279.

Toynton, Johan, 273.

Trade guilds, 1, 121.

Trained bands, musters of, 143.

Transubstantiation, oaths against, 285, 287.

Trent, the, 18, 65, 265.
-, — Act of Parliament for improving navigation, 18.
-, — proposed bridge over, 119.

Trerew, 6.

Trevor, Sir Thomas, judge of assize, 101.

Trinity College, Cambridge, 261.

Trochemerton:
-, Henry son of John of, 194.
-, Robert de, 194.

Trymylby:
-, Stephen, 16.
-, — Katherine his wife, 16.

Tudhoe, co. Northumberland, 215.

Tudor rose, the, 120.

Tuke:
-, Sir Brian, Treasurer of the King's Chamber, letter from, 35.
-, Nathaniel, clerk, 103.

Tuker, Mr. William, 162.

Tunstall:
-, Lady Elizabeth, 269.
-, Thomas. 269.

Tunstall's manor, 261.

Tupholme abbey, grant by Henry III. to, 22.
-, abbot of, 14.

Turkey-work chairs, 20.

Turner, Turnor:
-, Dr., 188.
-, Sir Edward, 162.
-, — son of, 162.
-, Gervase, 112, 114.
-, Thomas, letters, &c. of, 162 (2).

Turner's History of Hertford, 160.

Turnham, Robert de, 228.

Turnour, Robert, chantry priest, 24.

Tutbury Castle, document dated at, 244.

Twelfth day, 23.

Tydeswell:
-, Alan, vicar of, 228.
-, church of, 228, 229, 230, 234.
-, — grant to, 228.
-, stone cross near, 228.

Tydyngton manor, co. Warwick, 185, 186.

Tylt, Mr. John, 188 (2).

Tymberden, 191.

Tymworth:
-, Richard, 124.
-, W., 125.

Typtot, John, treasurer (1409), 10.

Tyrwhyt, Tyrwhytt:
-, Marmaduke, 255.
-, Philip, esq., 277.
-, Sir Robert, letter of, 255.
-, Sir William, 29.

U.

Ufra major et minor, 212.

Uhtred of the Huniccas, charter of, 200.

Underwood, Mr., 256.

Union of England with Scotland, 114.

University College, Oxford, 88.

Upsall:
-, John, 107.
-, Mr., 112.

Upton, 194.
-, Henry, 11.

Urban:
-, III., letter of, 221.
-, IV., 174.
-, V., 177.
-, VI., 168.

Urcinis, Franciscus de, 178.

Ursell, a Jew of Wickford, Lincoln, 11.

Ustward, —, 261.

Ustwayt, William, 253.

Utterby:
-, Ralph de, 288 (3).
-, Robert de, 257.

Uttokeshal', John de, 228.

V.

Vagabonds, statutes concerning, 249.

Valence, William de, 128.

Valognes, Valoyne, documents dated at, 218, 228.

Vaughan, William, vicar of Hanslape, 61.

Vecano (?), Master Giffrid de, canon of Cambray, 219.

Venables, Edmund, precentor of Lincoln, 45.

Venus, 13.

Ver, Al. de, 132.

Verdun, John de, 230.

Verduno, Bertram de, 218.

Veredun, Nich. de, 5.

Vernon, Ralph, 229.

Vernun, 207.

Vicars, William, mayor of Grimshy, 241, 242, 258, 268, 473, 289 (5).

Vikers. See Vicars.

Villanova, documents dated at, 169.

Viner, Robert, esq., 286, 287.

Vir[?]ram, Jordan de. 194.

Viterbo, documents dated at, 219, 222, 223.

Vulgate, the, 175.

W.

W., —, precentor of Lichfield, 214.

Waddington, 11, 91, 95, 264.
-, list of inhabitants in, 74.

Waddysworth, Cecil, 46.

Wadham College, Oxford, 186.

Wakefield:
-, Henry, bishop of Worcester, 169, 178, 204.
-, — Reg., 178.

Walberdyswyk, 277.

Walchelinus, canon of Lichfield, 219.

Waldeff, John, 11.

Walden, document dated at, 138.

Walente, William de, 209.

Wales, 6, 7,
-, Prince of (1762), 155.

Walewen, William, S.T.B., 179.

Walker, Robert, 241, 242.

Walkwoodde, Walwoodde, Mr., 73, 97.

Wallingford, 11.

Wallys, Richard, 260.

Walpole, Theodore, 285.

Walsham, Sir Alexander, 235.

Walsingham:
-, our Lady of, 29.
-, Sir Francis, letter from, 72.

Walter, Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, Chancellor, 194.

Waltham, 253, 272.
-, Cross, 35.
-, parsonage of, 253.
-, Richard, 266.

Walton, Symon de, 173.

Wanere, 220.

Wanley, —, 184.

Warburton, Sir Peter, knt., justice of assize, 85.
-, petition to, 17.

Ward, Warde:
-, Margaret, widow, 98.
-, Mrs., widow, 115.
-, Richard, 98.
-, Robert, brickmaker to the city of Lincoln, 89 (2).
-, — agreement with, 89.
-, — license to, 89.
-, Mr. William, 107 (2).

Wards, Court of, 85.

Wardships of minors and orphans, &c., 126, 127, 128.

Ware, 35.

Warne, Wat', 277.

Warren, Mr. Thomas, 154.

Warrenne, John de, Earl of Surrey, 7, 128.

Warwick:
-, documents dated at, 195, 218.
-, dean of, 195.
-, F. Earl of, 189.
-, Mr. James, 188.
-, Richard, Earl of (1414), 10.
-, St. Mary's, dean and chapter of, 196.
-, St. Sepulchre, Guy, prior of, 192.
-, — sub-prior and canons of, letter of, 192.
-, — Thomas, prior of, 194.
-, sheriff of, writ to, 213.
-, Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of (1378), 9.

Warwick co., 186.

"Wasche" or "Wesche," a measure, 36.

Washingborough, 14, 78.

Wassenvill', Reginald de, 230.

Waterhouse, Richard, 290.

Waterward, Adam, 131, 132.

Watfield, 144.

Wath, Robert de, 288.

Wathe, Dionisius de, 257.

Watson:
-, John, 259.
-, Richard, 259.
-, Thomas, 241, 274.

Wautone, Roger de, 6.

Waxmaker, Roger, 183.

Wayte, William, 266.

Weda, 213.

Weddesbury, Weddybury, John, prior of Worcester, 179.

Weelsby, 259.

Welbourn, J., mayor of Grimsby, 257.

Welby, Adam, 288.

Welcome:
-, John, alderman, of Lincoln, 65, 66.
-, John, 28.

Wele, William de, 288 (2).

Welesby:
-, Amia de, 266.
-, John son of William de, knt., 266.

Welhow:
-, abbey of, 258, 260 (2), 262.
-, —, abbots of, 258 (2), 260.
-, —, suppression of, 260.
-, St. Augustine's and St. Olave's church at, 271.

Well, Walter de, 277.

Wellebek, Notts, 114.
-, document dated at, 130.

Wellow, 267: and see Welhow.
-, abbot of, 243, 277.
-, Richard, abbot of, 267, 271.

Wells:
-, bishop of. See Bath and Wells.
-, cathedral, jurisdiction, &c., of, 221, 225.
-, Edward, senr., 283.
-, John Viscount, 262.
-, Richard, 260.
-, Simon, archdeacon of, 3, 228.

Welnetham, Sir John de, knt., 156.

Wenlock, William, prior of Worcester, 178, 179.
-, arms of, 179.

Wentworthe, Hector, 260.

Wepstede, Salomon de, 155, 156.

Werisley:
-, Janet, 274.
-, Thomas, 274.

Werk Castle, 6.

Weseham:
-, R. bishop of Lichfield, 217.
-, Roger, bishop of Lichfield, 219.
-, — confirmation by, 229.

Weselhead, Charles, 291.

Weslyd, Phillips, gent., 284.

West:
-, John, 260.
-, Ralph, 286.
-, T., 290.

Westlee, 157.

Westley alias Sextens manor, 138.

Westminster, 3, 14, 56, 63, 127, 174, 255.
-, Palace, documents dated at, 5 (2), 6, 9 (2), 10 (3), 130 (3), 131 (2), 132 (8), 133 (4), 138, 170 (2), 173, 193, 196, 199, 218, 223, 233, 235, 243, 245, 247, 249.
-, chief justiciar at, 4.
-, Common Pleas at, 3, 56.
-, dean and chapter of, 190.
-, first statute of, 216.
-, high court of, 201.
-, justices at, 215.
-, prior of, 219.
-, school, 116.
-, statutes made at, 10.
-, trial at, 21.

Westmoreland:
-, Earl of, 242, 246, and see Neville, Ralph.
-, — letter to, 247.
-, — Lord Nevil, son of, 246.
-, — Lady Nevil, 247.

Weston, 200.
-, Hugh, of Braunstone, will of, 23.
-, Nicholas de, 228 (2).

Westwood, 191.
-, Kent, 194.

Wetewang, Richard de, 288.

Wetherall, Mr. Richard, alderman and coroner of Lincoln, 104.

Whalley, Major Gen. Edward, 103.

Wharton:
-, Angl. Sacr. by, 211, 212.
-, Mr., 76.
-, William, alderman of Lincoln, 82, 83 (2), 84, 85, 86, 87, 88.

Whassyngburgh, 264.

Whepstede:
-, John de, 156.
-, Schardebroc in, 156.

Whitby:
-, abbot of, 267.
-, Mr. 92.

Whitchurch, Simon of, abbot of Chester, 210.

White:
-, Edward, 141.
-, Richard, mayor and alderman of Lincoln, 100, 101.
-, Richard, 131.
-, Simon, 288 (2).
-, Sir T., 91.
-, Sir Thomas, 72, 88.
-, — portrait of, 88.
-, Rev. William, 117.

Whitechurch, friar John, 199.

Whitehall:
-, documents dated from, 111, 162.
-, the court at, letter dated from, 149.
-, "his Majesty's house at," letter dated from, 160.

Whitehall Evening Post, the, 154.

Whitgift:
-, Henry, 279 (2).
-, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 256, 279.
-, John, bishop of Worcester, visitation of, 184.

Whitinton, 191.

Whitworth, Thomas, 286.

Whytley, John, 241, 273.

Wich, saltmine at, 192.

Wichia, Master John de, 191.

Wichio, Reynier de, called de Florencia, 216, 219.

Wickford, in St. Mark's parish, Lincoln, 11.

Wicowan', Jordan de, 194.

Wicumb, document dated at, 217.

Widnall, John, 106.

Wiener Studien. by Dr. Schenkl, 170.

Wigford, gild of St. Mary in, 16.

Wigorn':
-, Abel de, 194.
-, John de, 194.

"Wigorn' Notitia Diæc.," 176, 180.

Wikenhull, 191.

Wikford, 52.
-, conduit at, 55.
-, market at, 55.
-, St. Andrew's church in, 44.
-, St. Edward's church, 46, 52.
-, St. John's church in, 46, 47, 52 (2), 61.
-, St. Margaret's in, 44.
-, St. Mary's in, 53, 55.
-, Trinity church in, 45, 52.

Wilby:
-, Mrs., 95.
-, Mr. Thomas, 84 (2), 88, 98.

Wilde, Simon le, 130.

Wilkins' Concilia Magnœ Britanniœ, 176, 177, 178.

Wilkinson, Richard, 284.

Willer, Paul, clerk, 259.

Willet, Mr. Paul, clerk, 282, 283.

William I., King of England, 2.
-, charters of, 171.

William III., 1, 20, 114.
-, address to, 112.
-, association in defence of, 153.
-, coachmen of, 20.
-, conspiracy against, 153, 162.
-, cooks, 20.
-, grant by, 14.
-, portrait of, 14.
-, proclaimed, 112.
-, surveyor general, 20.
-, visits Lincoln, 30, 112, 113.

Williams, Mr. William, 145.

Williamson, Thomas, 241.

Willis:
-, Browne, 180, 184.
-, Francis, dean of Worcester, letter of, 185, 186.

Willoughby, Willoughbie:
-, Lord (1568), 63.
-, — (1642), 201.
-, — (1553), 254.
-, —, of Parham, 69.
-, Stephen, 107.
-, William, esq., 262.

Willyford, Barthomolew, 27.

Willymott:
-, Mr., "Allegations against," 163.
-, Ralph, town clerk of Hertford, 163.

Wilson:
-, Anthony, 200 (3).
-, Dr., Master of St. Katherine's, London, 64, 66.
-, John, 16, 69, 73.
-, Mr., 81.
-, Thomas, D.D., dean of Worcester, 186.
-, —, 276.

Wimburn, Jordan de, archdeacon of Chester, 216.

Winch, Christopher, esq., 255.

Winchcombe:
-, Tideman de, bishop of Worcester, 167.
-, vicarage of, 167.
-, William abbot, and the convent of, 167.

Winchelcumba, Lanboc sive Registrum Monast. de, 212.

Winchelsea, mayor, &c., of, letter of, 278.

Winchester, 6, 110.
-, document dated at, 194.
-, bishop of, and chancellor (1414), 10.
-, Simon archdeacon of, 168.

Windebank:
-, Sir Francis, 189.
-, J., 200.

Windele, Robert, bishop of Emly, 125.

Windsor:
-, letter dated from, 40.
-, Castle, documents dated at, 5, 9, 246.

Windyll, Robert, 290.

Winkfeld, Sir Robert, 274.

Winterburne, Thomas, 71.

Winwood, Ralph, 142.

Wirkesworth, 220.

Witinton, Osbert de, 228.

Witton, St. Mary's, 203.

Wivelsby, Philip de, 288.

Woad, 44.

Wodd, Andrew, 272.

Wodestok, Edmond of, grant to, 247.

Wodward alias Wodworth, Sir Robert, 28.

Wollebetere, John, 132.

Wolleman, Geoffrey, 131.

Wolsey, Cardinal, 181, 248.

Wolstan, bishop of Worcester, 177.

Wolverhampton, 222, 223.

Wolverley, 191.
-, church of, 169.
-, manor, 184.

Wolvey, 233.

Wood:
-, Anthony, City of Oxford by, 182.
-, William, 118.

Woodford, John, esq., 143.

Woodstock, documents dated at, 5, 132, 169.

Woodward, John, 90.

Wool, 50.
-, custom on, 49.
-, exportation of, 22.
-, subsidy on, 22.

Wool trade, 14, 15.
-, customs on, 14.

Worcester, 171, 196, 197, 218.
-, aldermen of, 175.
-, almshouses, 188.
-, bailiffs of, 170 (2), 173, 174, 175, 181.
-, bridge tolls at, 189.
-, Carnaria, or charnel house, at, 169.
-, Carnaria, chapel of, 169.
-, — John, master of, 169.
-, charters of, 177.
-, college at, 188, 189.
-, — clerk of, 189.
-, coroner, 170.
-, documents dated at, 7, 173, 175, 196, 218.
-, Eport Street, 190.
-, Gateway Tower, 165.
-, High Street, 189.
-, History and Antiquities of, 161.
-, "Hucsterestrete," 171.
-, Hulton Street, 190.
-, liberties of, perambulation of, 181.
-, maces, 170, 174, 175, 181.
-, Ordrie, provost of, 200.
-, petition from, 188.
-, the Reformation in, 205.
-, saltpan in, 173.
-, Scotch army at, 188.
-, Severn bridge, 193.
-, sheriff of, Urso, 200, 203.
-, — writ to, 173.
-, St. Helen's, 203.
-, St. Nicholas, 203.
-, Talbout, 189.
-, "vicus cirothecariorum," 171.
-, royal visit to, 190.

Worcester:
-, archdeacon of, 192, 234.
-, Bishops of, 167 (2), 168, 177, 178, 193, 198, 199, 200, 205: and see Giffard, Godfrey; Polton; Bourchier; Wakefield, Henry; Cantelupe, Walter of; Maydenstone, Walter; Blois, William of; Carpynter, John; More, William; Mildenham, Thos.; Weddesbury, John; Latimer, Hugh; Freake; Whitgift, John; Parry, Henry; Fletcher, Richard; Morley, Geo.; Bell, John; Freake, Edmund; Thornborough, John; Mauger; Geynesburh, William of; Prideaux, John; Montacute, Simon; Bryan, Reginald; Medici, Giuglio dei; Heath, Nich.; Pates, Ric.; Hooper, John; Sandes, Edwin; Grey, Walter de; Ely, Nicholas of.
-, — Denebert, 213.
-, — Roger, 167, 168.
-, — Tideman, 167.
-, — Wulstan, 171, 177.
-, — letter to, 200.
-, — acts of Consistory Court, &c., 204.
-, — Italian prelates, 166.
-, — list of, 181.
-, — muniments of, 204, 205.
-, — Registry, 165, 199, 204.
-, — visitation by, 192.
-, — Will Room, and wills, 204, 205.
-, — and Gloucester, 200.
-, bishopric of, treatise on, 184, 193.
-, — temporalities in, 193.
-, Cathedral church, 165, 167, 168 (3) 170, 171, 174, 175, 176, 177, 181 182, 184, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190 234.
-, — arms of, 179, 197.
-, — chapel of St. Mary, 198.
-, — choir of 187, 188.
-, — crypt of, 192.
-, — damages to, 189.
-, — grants to, 168, 190–193.
-, — "liber canonum," 184.
-, — library of, 165, 167, 170.
-, — organs, 189.
-, — plate belonging to, 186, 187, 188, 189 (2), 197.
-, — precentory of, 169.
-, — "rededore" in, 170.
-, — rentals and cartularies of, 180 (3).
-, — sanctuary or cemetery of, 179, 188.
-, — St. John's in, 175.
-, — lead steeple of, 188.
-, — survey of, 166, 188.
-, — valor of, 193.
-, — vestments of, 198, 199.
-, Chancellor of, 176.
-, Chapter House, 200.
-, Dean of, 180, 192: and see Holbeche, Hen.; Hickes; Willis, Francis; Wilsson, Thos.; Digby, W.
-, — charges against, 184.
-, — and Chapter of, 165, 166, 184, 185, 186, 188, 190, 193, 199, 203.
-, — — letters, &c. to, 188, 189, 200.
-, — — — of, 188, 189.
-, — — grants to, 171.
-, — — — by, 185.
-, — — clerk of, 176.
-, — — maintain students at Oxford, 185, 186.
-, — — muniments of, Calendar of, 165–203.
-, — — property of, papers relating to, 189.
-, — — Registers, 171, 180.
-, diocese of, 166, 167, 176, 182, 184, 195, 205.
-, — benevolence and loan from clergy in, 190, 203.
-, — deaneries in, 184.
-, — revenues of churches in, 184.
-, — visitations, 183, 184.
-, see of, 165, 166, 200, 203.
-, — vacancy of, 166, 167, 168, 169, 193, 195, 196 (2), 197.
-, treasurer of. See Carington, Mr.; Bastard, Tho.

Worcester:
-, Monastery of St. Mary, 165, 167, 168, 169, 171, 180, 182.
-, — annals of building of, 181.
-, — bells of, 181.
-, — cellerar, 175, 181 (2).
-, — chamberar, 181.
-, — "kesynner," 181.
-, — King John buried at, 174.
-, perambulation of liberties of, 181.
-, possessions of, 168.
-, Prior of, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 192, 196, 234: and see Green, John; Evesham, John of; Wyk, John de; Braunsford, Wulstan; Malvern, John; Fordham, John; Hartlebury, John; Musard, Thos.; Multon, R.; Wenlock, Wm.; Holbecke, Hen.; Myldenham, Thos.
-, — letters, &c. of, 196, 197 (2).
-, — letters to, 179, 197 (2).
-, — John, 182.
-, — Ralph. 168.
-, — Th., 175.
-, — Thomas, 170, 182.
-, — Walter, 199.
-, — election of, 169.
-, — gentleman carver of, 179.
-, — jurisdiction of, 166.
-, — Ledgers, 178–180.
-, — Liber Albus, 176.
-, — list of, 181.
-, — registers of, 165–180, 196.
-, — temporalities of, 169.
-, — visitation by, 193.
-, — and Chapter of, 168 (2), 169, 170, 181, 192, 195 (2).
-, — — grants, &c., to, 168, 192.
-, — — — by, 185.
-, — and Convent of, 165, 167, 171, 174, 179, 181, 182, 183, 185, 191 (2), 196.
-, — — grants to, 168 (2), 169 (3), 173, 192, 193, 194, 199, 200.
-, — — chapter house, 183.
-, — — jurisdiction of, 175.
-, — — officers of, 181 (3), 200.
-, — — records of, 165, 190–193.
-, provisions for discipline of, 179.
-, refectory, 169.
-, rental of, 166, 178, 181 (2), 183.
-, Sacristy of, 169, 170.
-, scholars of, 182, 185.
-, common seal of, 179.
-, "le Spicery," 181.
-, statutes of, 170.
-, Subprior, 175, 192, 197.
-, surrender of, 180, 183.

Worcester, Florence of, 223.

Worcestershire, 203.
-, arms furnished by the clergy in, 184.
-, Collections for History of, by T. Nash, 165.
-, Committee for, and Worcester city, orders by, 188 (2), 189.
-, Historical Society, 166.
-, sheriff of, warrant to, 203.

Worcester College, Oxford, 182.

Wormesley, prior of, 199.

Worms, 122.

Worton, Edward, 150.

Woseham, Weseham, Master Roger de, dean of Lincoln and bishop of Lichfield, 207, 208, 210.

Wossenham, Roger de, 234.

Wotton, Edward Lord, 142.

Would Newton, 261.

Wrabbenase, 129.

Wragby, 105.
-, fairs to be granted to, 105.

Wragg, Mr. Isaac, 149.

Wrangel:
-, Guy de, 257.
-, — Marjory his wife, grant by, 257.

Wray, Wraye:
-, Christopher, letter of, 257.
-, Sir Christopher, 283.
-, Sir John, of Blyton, 279.
-, William, 262, 290.
-, Mr. William, 283.

Wright:
-, Mr. Alexander, 286.
-, Hustwaite, 261.
-, James, 261.
-, John, 241, 258.
-, Mr., 159.
-, Mrs., 46.
-, Robert, 240, 259.
-, Robert, 290 (2).
-, Robert, bishop of Lichfield, grant by, 235.
-, Thomas, 61.
-, William, 240.

Wrotham, Henry, 131.

Wulfstan, bishop, charter of, 200.
-, seal of, 200.

Wulstan, bishop of Worcester, 171.

Wurefeld, Richard de, 227.

Wydyndon, co. Gloucester, 196.

Wyk, John de, prior of Worcester, 176.

Wyke Dabitot, 191.

Wyke Episcopi, 101.

Wykford, 33.
-, chantry, 32.
-, guild of St. Mary, or the Great Guild, in, 40.
-, — land, plate, &c. of, 40.
-, — wardens of, 40.
-, St. John the Evangelist's in, 27.

Wylughton, co. Linc., preceptory of, 267.

Wymark:
-, Robert, 24.
-, — will of, 24.
-, Robert, alderman of Lincoln, 26.
-, —, a burgess of Lincoln, 25.

Wymbishe, Thomas, 6.

Wymbyssh:
-, John, 23.
-, Nicholas, 10, 23.
-, Thomas, 23.

Wymondham, Thomas, 228, 230.

"Wynchelcombie camera," at Oxford, 182.

Wynde, John, of Boseworth, grant by, 257.

Wyndell, Robert, 240.

Wynterbourne, Thomas, 63, 64 (2).

Wyse, Thomas, 257.

Wyshawe, Henry de, 229.

Wytham river, 117, 119.

Wytton, Cuthbert, 241.

Wyum, Gilbert de, Geoffrey son of, grant by, 257.

Y.

Yarburgh, Matthias, 283.

Yates:
-, Mr., 92.
-, Thomas, a scholar at Cambridge, 70.
-, Sir William, chantry priest, 26, 27.

Yates's History of the Abbey of St. Edmund's Bury, 122, 128.

Yattes, Yatts:
-, William, 37, 39 (4), 40, 41, 64.
-, — alderman of Lincoln, 52.

Yaxley, Mr., 144.

Yeresgive, 4.

York, 6, 26, 109, 218.
-, documents dated at, 8, 192, 201 (8), 202 (5), 203 (2), 216.
-, archbishop of (1409), 10.
-, archdeacon of, 229.
-, cathedral, rental of treasurer of, 230.
-, chancellor of, 219.
-, Charles I. removes to, 201.
-, Edward, Duke of (1409) 10, (1414) 10.
-, Erard, canon of, 228.
-, Roger, archbishop of, 2.
-, St. Chad, archbishop of, 213.
-, St. Mary's at, abbot and convent of, 15, 17.
-, — cell of Black Monks, near Lincoln, belonging to, 16.
-, — — of St. Mary Magd., belonging to, 15.
-, — land conveyed to, 15, 16.
-, — liberties of, 24.
-, Thomas, chancellor of, 2.
-, W., archbishop of, primate of England, 6.

York, Mr., 44.

Yorkshire, 65.
-, West Riding, sheriffs of, letter to, 249.

Yung, Richard le, 228.

Z.

Zelle Even, 267.

Zouche:
-, Edward Lord, 142.
-, Lord (1572), 66.

Zwingli, 183.