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Fallett, John, of Exeter, will of, 415.

Falmouth [Cornwall], Philip's expected arrival at, 35.
-, vessels from, 375.

Famine, the embargo on the exportation of corn relieves the miseries of, 259.

Farington, Farrington, Isaiah, allusion to report of, 99.
-, letters of, &c., 101.

Farley, Mr., the fate of, 246.

Farnham (farname) [Surrey], James I to go in progress to, 128.

Faux, Mr., money paid to, 399.

Fawell, John, victuallers of Exeter, deposition of, 60.

Fazakerley, Mr., opinion of, 246.

Fenton, Claricia, daughter of John de. See Engleys.

"Ferdell," manor of, Court Roll of, 395.

Ffownes, Mr., a trustee of Mr. Kellend, 338.

Finch:
-, Heneage, Alderman of London, letter of, 114.
-, Sir John, Speaker of the House of Commons, letter of, 188.

Fine Rolls (1321), 429.

Fines, levying of, bill for, 52.

Finkle, William, signature of, 172.

Fishing business, the, letters concerning, 86.

Fishing, salmon. See under Exe.

Fitz Geffrey, Mr., collection made for, 321.

Fitzralph, William, grant to, 270.
-, benefactor to the poor of Exeter, 70, 356.

Fitzsimon, John, gift of land by, 264. [For other names with Fitz, see under the second part of the name.]

Flanders, sick soldiers in the Prince of Orange's army from, 224.

Flaye:
-, Mrs. Elizabeth, leases from, 194, 195.
-,-, increases her husband's bequest, 274.
-,-, conveyance by, 274.
-,-, signature and seal of, 274.
-,-, ordinances and rules of the almshouse drawn up by, 275.
-,-, request to, 275.
-,-, judgment obtained by, 275.
-,-, her gift to the Chamber of Exeter, 275.
-, Thomas, request to, 97.
-,-, to give information to Sir G. Smythe, 197.
-,-, signature and seal of, 274.
-,-, almshouses founded by, 274, 277.
-,-, documents relating to his almshouses, 274, 275.

Fleming, Richard le, gift of land by, 264.

Fletcher, H., signature of, 66.

Floyd, Margaret, pardon to, 432.

Floyer:
-, Anthony, sale of lands to, 292.
-, Charles, felony of, 293.

Flying Post, the, orders to be given to take up the publisher of, 234.

Fonseca, granted to the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 203.

Ford [Devon], abbey of, sale of monastic property, 20, 291.
-, Henry VI at, 359.
-, abbot of, grant by, 280.

Ford:
-, Thomas, gives 250l for charitable uses, 335.
-, (fforde), Capt. Thomas, company of, 206.
-, person named, his release demanded, 48.

"Forde, William," 93.

Foreigners, documents concerning, 68–69.

Forelands, North and South, lighthouses at, 237.

Fortescue:
-, Bartholomew, to build almshouses, 305.
-, Hugh, granted the freedom of the City, 251.
-, John, serjeant-at-law, property granted to, 279.
-, Sir John, Lord of the Council, signature of, 63, 74.
-, Matthew, Lord, Deputy-Lieut. for Devon, granted the freedom of the City, 251.

Forth, Frith of, 426.

Foster:
-, Andrew, son of John, grant of Hayes by, 23.
-, Henry, Mayor of Wells, certificate from, 200.
-, John, of Baddesley, Hants, his acquisition and disposal of the prebend and manor of Hayes, 23.
-,-, his wife Jane, lands of, 23.

Fowell, William, letter of, 209.

Fowler and the Council, suit of, 420.

Fownes, J., letter of, 88.

Fox, Richard, Bishop of Winchester, Charter of, 341, 372.

Foxhill [Devon], messuage called, 81.

Foy:
-, Walter, purchases the manor of Duntish, 235.
-, Fitzwater, Esq., v. Hullett and others, case of, 235.

France, trade with, 40, 41.
-, rye and corn from, 67.
-, taxes upon merchandise from, 193.
-, sick soldiers from, 224.
-, exorbitant power of, 245.
-, the Young Pretender in, 246.
-, sends a powerful force for the reduction of Gibraltar, 252.
-, Henry V's claim to the crown of, 351.
-, war proclaimed with, (1414), 352.
-, war of (temp. Eliz.), Englishman serving in, 66.
-, war with (1694), allusion to, 245.
-, peace with (1629), 191.
-, King of, Francis I, declaration of war by, 9.
-,-, Henry II, proclamation of war against, 15.
-,-, —, the enemy of Queen Mary, 36.
-,-, Louis XIII, treaty with, 41n.
-,-, —, rumour of death of, 129.
-, Dauphin of [Louis, d. 1415], sends an embassy to Henry V, 352.
-, See also French, the.

Fraternity, letters of, 287.

Fraternity of Victuallers and butchers, &c. See under Exeter, Guilds.

Frederick, Prince Palatine. See under Bohemia.

French denizens, enquiry as to misdemeanors of, 9.
-, subjects not allowed to leave the country, 9.
-, wines, price of, regulated, 9.
-, merchants ordered to depart the kingdom (1557), 15.
-, the, losses sustained by merchants from, 107.
-, the, shipping, &c., damaged by (1629), 190.
-, manufactures and spirits sent to Guinea, 239, 240.
-, the, would like to purchase the forts on the coast of Guinea, 242.

Friars Minors. See under Exeter.

Frost:
-, John, presented to the Free Chapel on Exbridge, 210.
-, Robert, chaplain of the Chantry of St. Mary on Exbridge, 210.
-, William, the widow of, 303.

Fulforde, John, clerk, 292.

Fuller (ffuller):
-, Thomas, B.D., his election to and dismissal from the Bodley Lectureship, 98, 325.
-, William, clerk, ceases to be Bodley lecturer, 98.

Furnell or Furneaux, Philip de, gift of land by, 264.

Furzman, Henry, of Exeter, becomes a City scavenger, 249.

G

Gale, George, the sheaf of Hennock sent to, 276.
-, payment by, 276.
-, rent due from, 276.

Gambia, River of, foreign trade on, 242.
-, forts on, 239.
-, James Island in the middle of, 239.

Games, unlawful, enquiry concerning, 9.
-, copy of commission for enforcing the statute for debarring, 309.
-, copy of commission for suppression of, 430.

Gaming houses, a constable's warrant for searching, 248.

Gandy, Henry, brewer (twice Mayor of Exeter), order to, 81, 330.
-, payment for sick soldiers by, 208, 222.
-, warden of the poor in Exeter, payments to, 213.
-, buys and sells a messuage formerly part of the Cathedral property, 214.
-, Alderman, and two others to treat with the Chapter touching their agreement with the Chamber, 333.
-, Town Clerk of Exeter (1733–52), letters of, 172.
-, letters to, 245, 246.
-, appointed steward of the Court of Pie-Powder in Lammas Fair, 230.
-, settlement of his bills, 424.

Gardiner, Sir Thomas, Solicitor General, royal command to, 209.

Gascon wines, price of, regulated, 9.

Gattey, Mr., prevented by illness from accepting the office of Steward, 255.

Gazateer, a, letters relating to, 233.

Geboons, John, makes the Great Conduit of Exeter, 285.

Geffrey, John, butcher of Exilond, inventory of the goods of, 374–75.
-, complaints against, entered in the Court, 374.

Gefry, Giles, surveyor to the Earl of Bedford, 375.

Gelderland, sick soldiers in the Prince of Orange's army from, 224.

George I, proclaimed King, 233.
-, both Houses of Parliament thanked for their zeal and affection to, 234.
-, letter relating to the coming of, 234.

George II, as Prince of Wales, petitions to, 78, 198.
-, appointed High Steward of Exeter, 78.
-, his property in Northernhay, 198.
-, signature of, 237.
-, receives intelligence of the movements of the Young Pretender, 246.
-, loyal address from Exeter to, 247.

George III, Charter of, 7.
-, signature of, 238.
-, address to, 259.
-, daughter of, Charlotte Augusta Mathilda, birth of, 259.
-, youngest daughter of, Amelia, address to, 259.
-, sister of, Caroline Mathilda, her marriage with the King of Denmark, 259.

Germany, war in (1626), II.
-, lands of Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia in, 106.
-, sick soldiers from, 224.

Germyn (German, Jermyn):
-, Hugh, sometime bailiff of Exeter, signature of, 96.
-,-, letter of, 205.
-, Hugh, sometime Mayor of Exeter, q.v.
-,-, engaged in the dispute with Bishop Lacy, 286.
-, John, engaged in the dispute with Bishop Lacey, 286.

Gervas, Walter son of Nicholas, will of, 368.

Gerveys, Walter, founder of the chantry of the B.V. Mary upon Exbridge, 210.
-, Alice wife of, 210.

Gibbes (Gybbes):
-, Thomas, his purchase of monastic lands, 20, 269, 291.
-,-, monastic property granted to, 266.
-,-, letter to, 39.
-,-, Lammas Fair granted to, 228.
-,-, surrenders monastic property, 266, 291.
-, John, grant to, 21.

Gibbon, Thomas, signature of, 341.

Gibraltar, its value to the trade of the Mediterranean, 242.
-, powerful force sent from France and Spain for the reduction of, 252.

Gibson [Sir John], Lieutenant-Governor of Portsmouth, 221.

Gidley, Mr., Town Clerk of Exeter, books given to, 425.
-, translation by, 432.
-, handwriting of, 381, 433.

Gilbert, John, gift of, 411.

Gill, Radford, drummer, 83.

Giver, Robert, appointed mustermaster, 83.

Glandfilde, Nicholas, of Holy Trinity, Exeter, will of, 415.

Glasier, H., gift of land by, 265.

Glass v. Haine, 419.

Glavell, Lewis, tailor, of Exeter, examination upon the death of, 57–58.

Gloucester, Duke of. See William.

Gloucester, two public free grammar schools in, 154.
-, Court of Conscience in, 234.
-, Henry III proclaimed King at, 350.

Glyde v. Sandford, 419.
-, v. Northmore, 419.

Goche or Goach, Dr. Bartholomew, gift of, 67.
-, sets on foot the suit of the Bishop of Exeter, 115.
-, not to be one of the Commission, 117.
-, prohibits Thomas Spicer from teaching, 145.
-, excepted from certain taxes, 161.

[Godolphin, Sidney Lord], Lord Treasurer, order of, 220.

Godwin, Thomas, grant to, 272.

Godwyn, Walter, agreement between Richard and Eleanor le Spicer and, 358.

Gooding, John, letter of, 228–29.

[Goodrich], [Thomas, Bishop of] Ely, signature of, 25, 366.

Goold, James, formerly Mayor of Exeter, remission of his fine, 206.

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, money assigned to, 175.

Goseforde [Devon], manor of, lease of, 71, 386.

Gould, Edward, letter of, 231.
-, his desire to represent Exeter in Parliament, 230–31.

Grandisson, John de, Bishop of Exeter, his foundation in St. John's Hospital, 267.
-, grants right of sepulture to the Hospital, 268.
-, Hooker's note on, 351.
-, ordinations by, 396–97.
-, inspeximus by, 400.

Grant, William, Lieutenant, R.N., 249.

Graye, Robert, letter of, 228–29.

Greatrakes (Greatrix), Valentine, of Cornworthy, Devon, conveyance for the sale of the Chamber's lands in Ireland to, 329.
-, money received from, 334, his bonds unto the Chamber, &c., 335.
-, release under the Common Seal sealed to, 336.

Greece, a sick soldier in the Prince of Orange's army from, 224.

"Greenway" or "Greenwayhead," near Exeter, meadow called, 277.

Greenwich, 163.
-, letters and documents dated at, 5, 14, 23, 34, 66, 311, 347.
-, the Court at, 125.
-,-, letter dated from, 72.
-, Hospital, receipts paid for the use of, 237.
-, manor of, Elizabeth dates letter at, 370.

Greenwood, William, recommended as Keeper of the Cloth Hall, 49.

Grege, Thomas, of St. Kieran's, Exeter, copy of will of, 414.

Grendon, Simon, Almshouses of, granted to the Mayor, &c., of Exeter, 292.
-, foundation of, &c., 282.
-, money left to pay poor men in, 282.

Grenowe, Nicholas, of Exeter, will of, 414.

Grenville:
-, Sir Bernard, of Tresmore, near Launceston, Deputy-Lieutenant of Cornwall, letter of, 190.
-, John, Earl of Bath, Lord Lieutenant of Devon and Exeter, appoints his deputy, 13.
-,-, letter to, 41.
-,-, gives a favourable report of Exeter to Charles II, 218.
-,-, letter to be delivered to, 219.

Grey:
-, Henry, Earl of Stamford, Lord General appointed by the Parliament, agreement to pay, 324.
-, Henry, Duke of Suffolk, father of Lady Jane, 362.
-,-, signature of, 366.
-, Lady Jane, proclaimed Queen, 362.
-, Thomas, Earl of Stamford, Lord Lieutenant of Devon and Exeter, appoints his deputy, 13.

Greynfelde or Grenville, John, letter to, 21.

Gridgesham, William, gift of land by, 265.

Griffen, Thomas, wife of William, examination of, 62.

Grigory, Nicholas, of Exeter, will of, 416.

Grindal, Edmund, Bishop of London, letter of, 49.

Grinstead, East, an account of, 233.

Grymston, Henry, clerk, lease to, 287.

Gryndell, John, ordination of, 397.

Guernsey, reprisal goods landed in, 193.
-, vessels from, 375.

Guildford [Surrey], letter dated at, 15.

Guinea, fortified castles on the coast of, 239, 242.
-, Dutch strong on the coast of, 239.
-, British and foreign trade with, 238–43.
-, Cape Coast Castle on the coast of, 239, 240, 241.
-, Comenda Fort in, document dated at, 238.
-, Gum Coast, 240.

Gunpowder, supply of, documents concerning, 200–202.

Gunstone, Julean, of St. Paul's Exeter, will of, 414.

Gupwell, Mr., to view certain lands, 93.

Gupwill, John, of Exeter, will of, 416.

Gyfforde, Richard, unseemly behaviour of, 308.

H

"Haccombe Down" [Devon], tenement called, 255, 277.

Hackney Coaches, 427.

Hadden or Haddon (Hadd'), Walter, letter of, 49.

Hakendorne, Count, regiment of, 221.

Hakewell or Hackwell:
-, Dr. George, 100.
-, John, kinsman of William Prouse, his interest solicited, 116.
-,-, petition drawn up by, 118.
-,-, opinion of, 118.
-,-, information to be given to, 121.
-,-, Prouse mentions a conference with, 124.
-,-, to present suit from the Chamber of Exeter to the Secretary, 125.
-,-, his interview with Sir George Calvert, 126.
-,-, consent of, 127.
-,-, fees to, 130.
-,-, Perryman's admission to, 157.
-, William, executor of Sir Thos.
-,-, Bodley's will, dispute referred to, 97.

Halberton [Devon], tenement called, 379.

Hall:
-, Joseph, Bishop of Exeter, commission to, 12.
-,-, letters of, 26, 47, 48.
-,-, supports Perryman against the City of Exeter, 134.
-,-, certificate of, 144.
-,-, his attitude with regard to another school, 144, 150.
-,-, letter to, 146.
-,-, submissions to be presented to, 206.
-, Robert, Treasurer of the Cathedral of Exeter, signature of, 144.
-, Thomasine, her death sentence commuted, 238.

Halstaff, Edmund, pardon to, 431.

Hamburg, vessels bound for, 237.

Hamlyn, Zachary, letter to, 172.
-, allusion to letter to, 173.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton Court, letters dated at, 15, 17.
-, James I at, 131.
-, copy of entries made at, 362.

Hanson, Uriel, pardoned, 237.

Harecomb, William de, Bailiff of the Bishop of Exeter, 359.

Harewell, John, Bishop of Bath and Wells, ordinations by, 397.

Harfleur, in Normandy, taken by Henry V, 352.
-, the Duke of Exeter appointed to remain in, 352.

Harlame, vessels from, 375.

Harris:
-, Sir Christopher, of Launceston, request of, 73.
-, George, of Exeter, will of, 416.
-, Walter, murder of, 293.
-, person named, refuses to execute office of constable, 421.

Harrison, Mistress, her match broken off, 117.

Harrup, John, pardoned, 237.

Harrys:
-, Henry, of Exeter, will of, 414.
-, John, soldier, of Exeter, deceased, his arrears of pension, &c., 66.
-,-, his wife Margaret, payment to be made to, 66.

Hart, Richard, signature of, 145.

Harte, Philip, pardoned by the Queen and sent to serve in Ireland, 370.

Hartford Bridge,s age for Post, 65.

Harvy, Harvey, &c., Anthony, King's Commissioner, letters to, 21, 367.
-, receipt from, 21.
-, appointment of, 21.
-, Hayes leased to, &c., 23.
-, sidesmen appear before, 262.

Harwich, note of the ships of not less than 100 tons burthen belonging to, 187.

Hassard, Hazard, John, nominated by the Chamber for the Bodley Preachership, 93, 94.
-, dialogue between the Bishop of Exeter and, 94–6.

Hastings, Francis, Earl of Huntingdon, to come to Exeter, 317.

Hatton, Christopher, signature of, 63.

Haustyce, Richard, wife of, 49.

Hauth, Thomas, the late, 248.

Havre de Grace or New Haven, to be garrisoned, 15.

Hawkers and Pedlars, 421.

Hawkers' licences, letter concerning, 70.

Hawkins:
-, Sir John, knight, Treasurer of her Majesty's Marine, reimbursement received from, 369, 370.
-, the widow, receipt from, 210.

Hawtrey, Stephen, Recorder of Exeter, at Exmouth, 253.
-, resigns his office, 56.

Hay, Mr., appointed to act on behalf of the City of Exeter, 52.

Haydon, John, his purchase of monastery lands, 20, 21, 269, 291.
-, Lammas Fair granted to, 228, 269.
-, St. John's Hospital property granted to, 266.
-, surrenders his monastery lands, 291.
-, late Sheriff and Alderman of London, money left by, 311.
-, John, of Ottery St. Mary, receipt by, 21.

Haye, Roger de la, gift of land by, 265.

Hayes, Heighes [Devon], prebend of, copies of deeds relating to, 22, 23.
-, tenement in, 388.

Hayman:
-, Thomas, letter to, 70.
-, Mr., letter to, 255.
-, Mr., in Bedford, Exeter, letters to, 258.

Haymon, Robert, inquest upon, 60.

Hayne, in Newton, Devon, letter dated at, 173.

Haynes alias Norden, Nicholas, hatmaker, charged with murder, 60–62.

Haytor, Mr., has charge of Perryman's school, 156, 158.
-, testimonial from the Rector of Exeter College, Oxford, in favour of, 159.

Hayward, John, of Exiland, lease to, 290.

Haywode, William, 59.

Heath:
-, Benjamin, Town Clerk of Exeter, letters to, 210, 250, 251, 258.
-,-, note of interest sent to, 248.
-,-, letter of, 250.
-,-, illness of, 255.
-, Sir Robert, Attorney-General, fees to, &c., 91, 92.
-,-, a memorial for, for Exeter School, 158.
-,-, order to make ready a commission for martial law, 183.
-, Thomas, Treasurer of St. John's Hospital, 266.
-,-, order to, 102.
-,-, letter of, 243.
-,-, receipt to, 248.
-, Mr., letter to, 50.

Hele:
-, Ellis, money raised out of the lands of, 333.
-, Walter, vicar of Erpylpyn (? Ipplepyn), order to enquire into the behaviour of, 365.

Heles' Hospital. See under Exeter.

Helems v. Wreyford, 420.

Helier, John, smith, deposition by, 58.

Hellier, Hellyar:
-, Peter, elected schoolmaster of the Free School, 160.
-, Pryam, of Exeter, will of, 416.
-, Robert, bond of, 380.
-, William, Archdeacon of Barnstaple, composition with, 87.
-,-, solicits the Mayor for Perryman, 141.
-, Canon, his report concerning Perryman, 157.

Hemeric or Hemeri, Walter, gift of land by, 264.

Heneage, Sir Thomas, Lord of the Council, signature of, 63.

Hennock, near Chudleigh [Devon], parish of, disputes with, 378.
-, rectory of, documents relating to, 275–77.
-,-, belonged to the Abbey of Tor, 275.
-,-, leased to John Southcote, 275.
-,-, purchased by the Chamber of Exeter, 275.
-,-, Mayor, &c., of Exeter, patrons of, 276.
-,-, advowson of, 421.
-, tenants of, to pay the tithes into the Chamber, 276.
-, the sheaf of, 276.

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I, at Exeter, 325.

Henry I, confirmation of a grant by, 280, 428.
-, grant by, 428.
-, privileges of the citizens of Exeter in the time of, 2.

Henry II, grants of, I, 396.
-, confirmation of grants of, 2.
-, confirmation of grants by, 428.
-, Charters of, 2, 428.
-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346.

Henry III, confirmation of grants by, 2, 3, 403.
-, confirmation of grants of, 3.
-, confirmation Charter of, 268.
-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346.
-, proclaimed King at Gloucester, 350.
-, Hooker's Annals commence with first year of, 350.

Henry IV, letters patent of, 4.
-, pardon temp., 8.
-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346.
-, buried at Canterbury, 351.

Henry V, letters patent of, 4.
-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346.
-, Confirmation Charter, copy of, 429.
-, extract from Hooker relating to events in the first year of, 351.
-, his claim to the Crown of France, 351.
-, proposal that he should invade Scotland and gain the Crown, 351.
-, the Dauphin of France sends an embassy to, 352.
-, goes to France and takes Harfleur, 352.
-, his queen Katherine, daughter of Charles VI of France, 359.
-, his death in Normandy, 359.

Henry VI, inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of Henry V by, 4.
-, confirmation of grants of, 5.
-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346, 396.
-, Letters Patent of, 429.
-, petition to, 343.
-, born at Windsor, 359.
-, crowned at Westminster, 359.
-, crowned King of France at Paris, 359.
-, marries Margaret of Anjou, 359.
-, comes to Devonshire and visits Exeter, &c., 359.

Henry VII, confirmation of grants of, 5.
-, confirmation of grants by, 5.
-, letters of, 14.
-, petition to, 19.
-, letters patent granted and confirmed by, 403.

Henry VIII, confirmations of grants by, 5.
-, Charters of, 5, 372, 430.
-,-, dispute concerning, 120–128.
-, copy of Royal Charter of, 346, 347.
-, confirmation of Charters of, 5.
-, war declared by Francis I against, 9.
-, letter of, 14.
-, his sale of monastery lands, 20.
-, printed copy of letters patent of, 35.
-, statute of, recited, 194.
-, subsidy of (1514), money contributed by Exeter towards the, 303.
-, petition of the inhabitants of Exeter to, 346, 347.
-, a proclamation of, 430.

Henry ?, Charters of, 373.

Henry, Prince, son of James I, aid for knighting, documents concerning, 79, 402.

Hentsley or Hensley, David, legacy for the poor of Exeter left by, 205.

Herbert:
-, Sir Edward, Attorney-General, command to, 209.
-, Sir Henry, Master of the Revels, letter of, 171.
-, Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, High Steward and Lord Chamberlain, election of, 78.
-,-, certificate from, 190.
-,-, invitation of, 41.
-,-, letter of, 203.
-, William, 1st Earl of Pembroke, uses his influence, 362, 363.
-,-, servants of, 362.
-,-, receives Philip of Spain at Southampton, and escorts him to Winchester, 362.
-,-, signature of, 366.
-, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, High Steward of Exeter, patent of his office sent to, 77.
-,-, letter of, 77.
-,-, licence granted by, 171.
-,-, commission read to, &c., 191, 192.

Herk, Peter, chaplain, gift of tenement by, 264.

Herman, Ralph, bond of, 85.
-, gives 400l. for charitable uses, 335.

Hernaman, Johan, appointed schoolmistress of the new school and workhouse in St. Peter's Churchyard, 329.

Heron or Herne, William, gift of, 411.

Hert (Herte):
-, [Edward], Town Clerk of Exeter, to deal concerning a new water supply, 64.
-,-, to receive the standard weights, 78.
-,-, to rent the cellar under the forepart of the Guildhall, 318.
-,-, acknowledges the receipt of the standard weights, 371.
-, Mr., mention of, 52.
-, Mr., instructions to be followed by, 72.
-, Richard, signature of, 372.

Herte, the, messuage called, 19.

Hervye, William, Clarencieux King-of-Arms, ratification by, 6.

Heth, Alice, of Exeter, widow, reversionary lease granted by, 291.
-, her gift to Grendon's Almshouses, 292.

Hethcot, Mr., Apothecary, death of, 223.

Hethman;
-, John, will of, 282.
-, Roger, will of, 282.

Hewes, Lord of. See Teukesbury.

Hexham, Northumberland, lecturer placed in, 195.

Heyfilde, Joan, of Exeter, will of, 415.

Hicks v. Exeter, 419, 421.

Hidgen's Polichronicon, fragment of a copy of, 395.
-, an early copy of, 404.

Hill:
-, Alice, widow, of London, will of, 319.
-, Ellize, esquire, commission to be directed to, 324.
-, John, elected Recorder of Exeter, 318.
-,-, to make enquiry concerning a bequest to the poor, 319.
-,-, to receive eight salmon from the Exe annually, 320.
-, John, of St. Lawrence, Exeter, will of, 415.

Hilliar alias Blackmore, Edward, lease to, 200.

Hobart (Hubert, Hubbard, &c.), Sir Henry, Attorney General, the Chamber of Exeter ask assistance of, 47.
-, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, co-operation of, 117.
-, his opinion desired, 122.

Hogenberg, Remigius, map engraved by, 105.

Holande, Roger, a book of St. John's Hospital transcripts found by, 268.

Hole, Emanuel, contract made with, 339.

"Holebrok, la hetvella de," land in, 265.

Holinshead, Hooker probably borrows from, 350.
-, his Irish Chronicles, 353.

Holl, Charles, cobbler, deposition by, 58.

Holland, Earl of, See Rich.

Holland, army that came with William III from, 220.
-, sick soldiers discharged to, 223.
-, sick soldiers in the Prince of Orange's army from, 224.

Holman, James, letter of, 253.
-, receipt of, 253.

Holne, 268.

Honiton [Devon], 55, 178.
-, letters dated at, 46, 255.
-, stage for Post, 65.
-, the Duke of Gloucester met at, 253.
-, unrest in, 256.
-, corn to be sent to the market in, 256.
-, road, murder committed on the, 395.

Honiton Meads, in the parish of Exminster, 28.

Hood:
-, the Hon. Henry, the freedom of the City of Exeter to be presented to, 253.
-, Samuel Baron, of Catherington, speech on presenting the freedom of Exeter to, 252.

Hooker or Hoker alias Vowell:
-, John, the first Chamberlain of Exeter, declaration of, 40.
-,-, letter to, 51.
-,-, money received from, 52.
-,-, coroner, inquisitions before, 58, 59, 60.
-,-, timber sold to, 272.
-,-, to receive the Earls of Essex and Huntingdon and Sir Francis Knolles, 317.
-,-, to go to Sir Robert Denys, 317.
-,-, deceased, 320.
-,-, Common-place Book of, 340.
-,-, his Annals, 340.
-,-, his dissertation upon the Haven and River Exe, 343.
-,-, his Lives of the Bishops of Exeter, 345.
-,-, passage in, quoted, 347.
-,-, abstract of ordinances collected by, 348.
-,-, his pamphlet of the Offices and Duties of every sworn Officer of the City of Exeter, 348–49.
-,-, calendar of custom free places collected by, 349.
-,-, his Annals of the City with Extracts from the Mayor's Court Rolls, 349–50.
-,-, probably borrows from Holinshead and the Bout, 350.
-,-, his enumeration of Sovereigns, and the Mayors and civic officers of Exeter, 351.
-,-, his interest in public events, 351.
-,-, his "Prefatory Epistle" to the Mayor, Senators and Commonalty of Exeter, 354.
-,-, his appointment as Chamberlain of Exeter, 354.
-,-, date of his death, 354.
-,-, arms and motto of, 354.
-,-, Izacke's reference to, 355.
-,-, observations and collections taken out of his book, 357.
-,-, events in The Freeman's Book copied from, 358.
-,-, his account of Henry VI's coming to Exeter, 359.
-,-, his "Charter Book," volume which might be called, 371.
-,-, description of Exeter by, 371.
-,-, signature of, 372.
-,-, a memorandum or Waste Book of, 374.
-,-, Bailiff of Exilond, attaches the inventory of Geffrey's goods, 374.
-,-, gives copies of his pamphlets for New Year gifts, 375.
-,-, delivers over the custody of the City's ordnance, 375.
-,-, money owing to, 375.
-,-, account of tenths and fifteenths received by, 376.
-,-, appointed Judge of the Admiralty in the County of Devon, 376.
-,-, builds a ship, 376.
-,-, his record of the Admiralty Court, 376.
-,-, M.P. for Exeter, his Journal of the Parliament of 1571, 377.
-,-, his Order of keeping of a Parliament, 377.
-,-, his History of the Manor of Exilond, 377.
-,-, his book of accounts as Bailiff of Exilond, St. John's and St. Nicholas, 379.
-,-, description of the City made, collected and done by, 367–68.
-,-, his account for money received and paid at London in the suit of the Corporation, 380.
-,-, his account of the salmon taken in the Exe within the manor of Exilond, 381.
-,-, his account of the money received and paid for grain bought at Plymouth, 381.
-,-, matters contained in his MS., 390.
-,-, uses the Mayor's Court Rolls in compiling his Annals, 407.
-,-, notes by, 431, 433.
-,-, handwriting of, 49, 309, 313, 360, 402, 414, 427, 429, 430, 433.
-, Robert, father of John Hoker the Chamberlain, will of, 361.
-, Roger, money owed to John Hoker by, 375.

Hooper, Wilmotte, enquiry into the death of, 62.

Horabin, Henry, witness of a quarrel, 60.

Horauncke, Mr., of the Exchequer, payment to, 25.

Hore, Bartholomew, signature of, 145.

Horner, Lawrence, Tonsor of Exeter College, 102.

Horse meat, regulation of rates and prices of, 206.

Horses, breeding and exporting of, 43.
-, bill concerning, 52.

Horwoode, William, of Exeter, will of, 415.

Howard:
-, Charles Lord, of Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral, &c. request of, 75.
-,-, letters of, 75, 88.
-,-, licences to beg signed by, 293.
-,-, letter to be sent to, 313.
-,-, victualling required by, 64.
-,-, signature of, 66.
-, Henry, Earl of Northampton, High Steward of Exeter, Lord Privy Seal, signature of, 74, 90.
-,-, letter of, 76.
-,-, letter to, 90.
-, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, Treasurer, made High Steward of Exeter, 76, 99.
-,-, letter to, 77.
-,-, his non-attendance at the Council Board, 77.
-, Thomas, Viscount Howard of Bindon, letters of, 55.
-, William, Lord, of Effingham, Lord Admiral, letter of, 35.
-,-, help to be sent to, 36, 37.
-,-, secretary of, money paid to, 363.

Howell:
-, Elizabeth, widow, keeper of Exeter Gaol, bond of, 292.
-, John, sometime Alderman and Mayor of Exeter, his offer and gift to the City, 16.
-,-, desires to procure a mint for the City, 16, 320.
-,-, letter of, 87.
-, John, unseemly behaviour of, 308.
-, Robert ap, Rector of St. Mary's Steps, 71.
-, Mr., letters for, 312.

Hubert, Lord Chief Justice. See Hobert.

Hugheton, Isabella de, 165.
-, claim to recover property from, 405.

Hull [Yorks], note of the ships of not less than 100 tons burthen belonging to, 187.
-, petition to be sent from, 244.

Hull, John, letter to, 22.

Hullett and others v. Fitzwater Foy, Esq., case of, 235.

Hullond, Mr., property of, 27.

Humphrey, Robert, Deputy Auditor, certificate of, 223.
-, directed to examine the account from Exeter, 220, 221.

Hundaller, William, a charter obtained for, 306.

Hundred Rolls (temp. Edw. I), 428.
-, extracts from, as to the liberties of Exeter, 344.

Hungary, Queen of, Maria Theresa, necessity of supporting, 245.

Hunsden. See Carey.

Hunte:
-, John, payment to, 34.
-, Robert, letter to, 25.

Hunter, William, letter of, 16.
-, letter to, 17.

Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings.

Huntingdon, John, chaplain to the Earl of Bedford, recommended, 42.

Hurste:
-, John, bequest for the poor of Exeter, 307, 411.
-,-, copy of the will of, 362.
-, William, sometime Mayor and M.P. for Exeter, note of the expenses of, 25.
-,-, property purchased and sold by, 291.
-,-, grant by, 292.
-,-, almshouses founded by, 323, 356.
-,-, gift of, 411.
-,-, v. the City of London, 342.
-, Mr., minister of God's Word at Plymouth, 325.

Hussey:
-, Luce, of St. Lawrence, Exeter, will of, 415.
-, Richard, carpenter, lease to, 29.

Hutch, the King's, 304.

Hutchins, John, of Exeter, will of, 414.

Hutton, Sir Richard, Justice of Common Pleas, note by, 82.
-, letter of, 82.
-, his opinion desired, 122.

Huyske or Huike, Thomas, letter of, 49.

Hyde, Sir Edward, Chancellor of the Exchequer, dinner in Exeter to, 325.

Hylle, Richard, Prior of St. John's Hospital, 268.

Hynde, Mr., King's Serjeant, fees to, &c., 91.

I

Impressed men, documents concerning, 249–50.

Ingram, Arthur, Controller of the Customs of London, business to be transacted at the house of, 74.

Inquests, 57–62.

Inquisitions, 343, 355, 385.

Insolvent Debtors' Act, 419.
-, Court for relief of, 420.

Instowe [Devon], land of Copleston of, 104.

Interludes, players of, proposed Bill to suppress, 172, 173.
-, Acts of Parliament made to prevent, 173.

Ipswich [Suffolk], news from, 233.
-, note of ships of not less than 100 tons burthen belonging to, 187.

Ireland, John Atwill sent to, 19.
-, oaths to qualify residents in Great Britain to continue their places in, 234.
-, woollen trade with, 243.
-, wars in (1590), 370.
-, monies advanced for the reducing of (1653), 328.
-, the Chamber of Exeter's lands in, 329, 330, 334, 335, 336, 423.

Irish cloth, letters relating to, 243–45.
-, lands, monies adventured for, 328.
-, Party, History of the, order to make out, 378.
-, estates, purchase and sale of the, 423.

Isaake v. Coffin, 419.

Isacke, Izacke, &c.:
-, Nicholas, feoffment to, 293.
-, Richard, Chamberlain of Exeter, takes charters to London, 2, 334, 335.
-,-, bond of, 104.
-,-, Act Books of the Chamber indexed by, 302.
-,-, Index Rerum made by, 308, 313.
-,-, his receipt for the Charters (specified) to be conveyed to and returned from London by him, 335.
-,-, Letter of Attorney to be written to, 335.
-,-, comparisons of his memorials with Hooker's, 350.
-,-, his Memorials of the City of Exeter, 354–56.
-,-, —, extracts found in, 407.
-,-, —, dedication to, and description of its frontispiece, 355.
-,-, allusion to his account of Henry VI's visit to Exeter, 359.
-,-, surveys of the City's Estates made by, 380, 424.
-, Samuel, father of the historian, Town Clerk of Exeter, document addressed to, 157.
-,-, testimony by, 159.
-,-, signature of, 172.
-,-, endorsement by, 183.
-,-, and some Aldermen summoned to appear before the Committee, 188.
-,-, notes in the handwriting of, 189, 340.
-,-, instruction to, 197.
-,-, in office for more than forty years, 226.
-,-, money conferred on, 332.
-,-, Hooker's Manuscript Book produced by, 341.
-,-, surveys of the City's Estates made by, 380.
-, Samuel, Chamberlain of Exeter, son of the historian Richard, 32.
-,-, bond of, &c., 104.
-,-, authorisation to, 249.
-, ? Richard or Samuel, translations printed by, 343.
-,-, handwriting of, 428.
-,-, copy examined by, 430.
-, Thomas, appointment of, 75.

Iscanus, Bartholomew, Bishop of Exeter, his "contempt and disobedience against the King," 346.

Istalworth [Middlesex], 371.

Iyie (Ivy), John, ex-mayor of Salisbury, letter of, 176.

J

Jackson:
-, Gregory, letters to, 199, 267.
-, William, letter of, 233.

Jacobsonn, Jacob, a Flemish tailor, and his little daughter, sole aliens in Dartmouth, 115.

Jamaica, trade with, imperilled, 242.

James I, letters of, 16, 86, 169.
-, allusion to letter of, 166.
-, re-assumes dormant warrant, 11.
-, private wishes of, 17.
-, grants petition of the Bishop of Exeter, 17.
-, complaint of the Grocer of, 40.
-, petitioned by the Dean and Chapter of Exeter, 47.
-, proclamation of, at Exeter, 73.
-, suit to, 73.
-, grants from, 74, 75, 90.
-, petitions to, 80, 114, 132.
-, speeches uttered against, 84.
-, money to be lent to, 85.
-, aid for the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth, 90.
-, allusion to Treaty of, &c., 106–7.
-, present at Council meeting, 109.
-, subsidy given by Parliament to, 111, 112.
-, at Newmarket, 111, 112.
-, proposed petition from Exeter to, 112, 115, 117, 118, 121, 122, 123, 125.
-, dangerous words against, 113.
-, relations between Parliament and, 113.
-, copy of his answer to the petition from Parliament to be sent to Exeter, 114.
-, at Whitehall, 114.
-, proposed petitio from the citizens of Lichfield to, 118.
-, to return to London, 119.
-, proposed petition from the Bishop of Exeter to, 119, 120.
-, in favour of the Bishop's suit, 120, 123.
-, his power limited by the Charter, 123.
-, his favour to be solicited for the petition from Exeter, 126.
-, petition from Exeter to be presented to the Council or, 127.
-, orders warrant for the Commission to the Bishop of Exeter, 127.
-, his will to grant the Commission to the Bishop of Exeter, 128.
-, to return to Whitehall, 128.
-, to go in progress to Farnham, 128.
-, makes two new Privy Councillors, 129.
-, his arrival and departure from London, 129.
-, petition from Exeter presented to, 131.
-, at Hampton Court, 131.
-, at Whitehall, 131.
-, at Windsor, 131.
-, allusion to his gracious speech and general pardon, 138.
-, letter to, 142.
-, commission of, to the Master of the Revels, alluded to, 171.
-, receipt of a gift from Exeter to, 323.
-, pardon by, 431.

James II, revokes his royal letters, 18.

Jaquinto, Fabricio, bond for appearance of, 115.

Jarman, Richard, of Holy Trinity, Exeter, will of, 416.

Jeffery, Mr., 231.

Jeffery and Cobley, 425.

Jefford, James, recommended for the vacancy of alderman by James II, 18.

Jenkins, a constable, note of the complaints of, 236.

Jenkinson, James, his accounts for the sick soldiers at Exeter, 224.

Jennings, Mr., plot of ground to be granted to, 338.

Jermyn. See Germyn.

Jesse, William, of Exeter, will of, 415.

Jesuit or other Roman priest, access to forbidden, 39.

Jesuits, priests and recusants, petition against, presented to James I, 114.
-, documents concerning, 109–11.

Jewell:
-, Roger, of All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, will of, 416.
-, William, Captain, sends warrant, 12.

Jewne, Humphrey, Letter of Attorney to, 291.

John, as Earl of Mortain, grant of, 2.
-, as Prince, grant by, 396.
-, King, confirmation of grant by, 2.
-,-, confirmation of grant of, 2.
-,-, inspeximus of Charter of, 346.
-,-, his death at Newark and burial at Worcester, 350.
-,-, Izacke's Memorials begin with the reign of, 355.

Johnson, Benjamin, deputed by the Chamber to receive money due to it, 166.

Jones:
-, James, member of a Company of Players, 171.
-, John, cordwainer, deposition of, &c., 60, 61.
-, Pitman, signature of, 14.
-,-, note by, 377.

Jonys, John, of Exeter, lease to, 289.

Jordan (Jordayne, Jurdayne, &c.):
-, Elizabeth, legacy left by, 159.
-,-, agreement between the Mayor, &c., of Exeter and the trustees of, 160.
-, George, legacy left by, 159.
-, Ignatius, sometime Alderman and M.P. for Exeter, accused of infringing the Bishop's privileges, 48.
-,-, letters to, 78, 177.
-,-, letters of, 110, 112.
-,-, signature of, 150, 151.
-,-, Parliament in which he sat, 184.
-,-, his claim for his Parliamentary wage, 188, 189.
-,-, charged with contempt, 206.
-,-, gifts to be presented by, 321.
-, John, of Exeter, will of, 416.
-, Thomas, weaver, lease to, 290.

Josias the Keeper of the Great Clock at the Great Church, payment to, 326.

Jovis, document dated at, 188.

Joyner, Leonard, warrant to, 110.

Juel, Jewel, John, letter of, 39.

Jugge, Richard, printer to the Queen, 43.

Justices of Assize, Acts produced before, 53.
-, petition to, 81.
-, reference to, 82.
-, proposed petition to refer suit to, 116, 118.
-, information to be sent to, 117.
-, allusion to opinion of, 135.
-, dine with the Mayor of Exeter, 322.
-, pleas at Exeter before, 393.

Jutsum, case re, 421.

K

Keate, George, of London, gift of, 433.

Kedwellye, Borough of, Charter of the, 433.

Keeper, Lord. See Williams.

Kellend, Mr., trustees of, 338.

Kelly, John, will of, 44.

Kelwaye (Keylwey, &c.), Robert, Surveyor of the Court of Wards and Liveries, deeds of sale to, 22, 23.
-, true copy of gift by, 23.

Kemp, John, Archbishop of York, executor of Cardinal Beaufort, petition to, 390.

Ken, John le, and Sarra his wife, grant by, 388.

Kennaway, William, property conveyed to, 279.

Kenne [Somerset], manor of, Court Rolls of, 396.

Kenneday's Company of Players, 173.

Kennick, John, his death sentence commuted, 237.

Kensington, Court at, order issued from, 74.
-, letter dated at, 247.

Kent, 124.
-, soldiers to be billeted in, 183.
-, coast of, 235.

Kenton [Devon], ship to be supplied by, 8.
-, included in the Port of Exeter, 29.
-, complaint about foreign inhabitants in, 68.
-, Charters of, 372, 374.
-, vessels from, 375.
-, Bailiffs and Commonalty of, writ to (1347), 8.

Kepple, Frederick, Bishop of Exeter, made freeman of Exeter, 371.

Kerison, Samuel, founder, of London, receipt from, 79.

Kerslake, Walter, loan to, 332.

King, the, v. St. Sidwell's (1756), 419.
-, v. Stokes (1768), 419.
-, v. Henry Lee, Town Clerk (1787), 420.
-, v. Christie, Surgeon of Dragoons (1788), 420.
-, v. City of Exeter (1810–11), 420.
-, v. Mayor of Exeter (? 1825), 421.
-, v. Exeter (1828), 420.
-, v. Mayor, &c., of Exeter (1829), 420.
-, [sic] v. Exeter (1844), 420.

King:
-, John, extracts from the will of, 225.
-, John, of Ockham, M.P. for Exeter, in London, 243.
-, [Sir Peter], Chief Justice, to be invited to the opening of the Port, 32.

Kingdom, defence of, money to be raised for, 85.

Kingsbridge [Devon], letter dated at, 210.
-, ancient agreement between the Abbot of Buckfast and, 209.

Kingston, John, deputed by the Chamber to receive money due to it, 166.

Kingswear (Kynswere) [Devon], vessels from, 375.

Kington [Somerset], Charter referring to advowson of, 346.

Kington, Mr., an Attorney at Dorchester, 235.

Kirkham v. Knightley, 419.

Kneller, James, member of a Company of Players, 171.

Knightley, Sir Valentine, of Fawsley, Northants, 93.

Knolles, Sir Francis, to come to Exeter, 317.

Knollys, [Sir] W., signature of, 74.

Knott, Thomas, sent to attend a conference in London, 86n.

Knowles, Mr., referred to as a witness, 95.

Kyes or Keys, Roger, Treasurer of the Cathedral, engaged in the dispute with Bishop Lacy, 286.



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