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'Index: A - K', The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, etc.: Thirteenth report, Appendix Part IV (1892), pp. 509-543. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67170 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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A., letter signed, 391.

Abbeville in France, 35, 485, 486.

Abbott, George, archbishop of Canterbury, 162, 273, 383.
-, letter to, 172.

Abdy, Sir Anthony Thomas, 414.

Abendone, Reg. de, 379.

Abercorn, Lord, 500.

Abercrombie, Sir Robert, 497.

Abergavenny, letter dated at, 313.

Abergavenny:
-, Lord, 58.
-, his place at Comfort, 58.

Abingdon:
-, co. Berks, assessment of for subsidies, 384.
-, Holy Lambe in, letter dated at, 398.

Abington, Mr. and his family, papists, 170.

Absalom, a Jew, 294.

Abvile. See Abbeville.

Accatory, the King's, 130.

Acconbury Priory, co. Hereford, 280, 291.

Ackam, near Shrewsbury, 117.

Ackman, Gillam, 7.

Acton, co. Suffolk, 406.

Adam, John, chaplain, 299.

Adams, John, 385.

Addington, Henry, 497.

Adene, Richard and John, 381.

Admiral of England:
-, the Lord High, 163, 176, 261, 383. See also Lincoln; Howard; Percy; Warwick.
-, Commissioners for executing the place of, 192.

Admiralty:
-, Commissioners of, letter to, 227.
-, Lords of, 502.
-, Serjeant of, 59, 74. See also Simpson.
-, Treasurer of. See Gunstone.

Adston, letter dated at, 391.

Adys, Thomas, 305.

Æneid, the, 481.

Agroma, 226.

Aguillun, Robert, 285.

Airenburg, Count, the Archduke's Ambassador, 129.

Alayn, Richard and Christina his wife, grant by, 380.

Albany, Duke of. See James.

Albemarle, Duke of, one of the Lords of the Treasury, 468.

Albroughe [Aldborough], co. Suffolk, 443, 447, 451.

Aldcroft William, letter of, 226.

Aldworth, Richard, warrener of Longworth, 381.

Alexander, Jerome, grant by, 432.

Algarotti, 368.

Allain, Henry, 1, 6.

Allaredo in Spain, 69.

Allegiance, oath of, 146, 148, 149, 161, 170, 208, 257, 346, 360, 467.

Allen, John, 89, 147, 166, 171.

Allin, John, minister of Rye, 220.

Allon, Manuel, 6.

Allum, Thomas, 176.

Allyn, Richard, depositions of, 106.

Almeley, co. Hereford, 342.

Almon, Margaret widow of William, 48.

Aips, the, 494.

Alton's Wood, 270.

Alured:
-, Thomas, 255, 256, 263, 282.
-,-, groom of the Wardrobe in Wales, 258.

Alvus, Gonsal, 31.

Ambler, James, 258.

Amboise:
-, Cardinals d', mausoleum of, 487.
-, George d', archbishop of Rouen, 488.
-,-, bell named after, 487.

Amelia, Princess, letters of, 503.

Amelia, Princess, of Prussia, 370, 371.

American Colonies, 373, 374, 499, 502.
-, inefficiency of Commander of English troops in, 501.

American plantations, restraint of emigration to, 195, 203.

Amherst, Sir Jeffrey, appointed Commander-in-Chief in America, 501.

Amsterdam in Holland, 193, 226, 233.

Amyas in France, 33.

Amyas:
-, Cecil de, 296.
-,-, his servant De Glodythe, 297.

Ancient Towns. See Rye; Winchelsea.

Ancona, 33.

Anderson:
-, Edmund, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 127.
-, Henry, letter of, 387.
-, Mr., 374.

Andrew:
-, John, 275.
-, W., 275.

Andrewe, John, 303.

Andrewes, Lancelot, bishop of Chichester, 202.

Andrews:
-, Bridget and Rowland, 351.
-, Thomas, 21.

Androwes, John and Robert, 381.

Andwerpe [Antwerp], 69.

Angell:
-, William, purveyor of fish for the Household, 109, 117, 130, 158.
-,-, his house in Old Fish Street, 123.
-,-, letters of, 140, 157(2), 158, 162.
-,-, letters to, 140, 158.
-,-, John his son, 157, 163, 173. chosen burgess to Parliament for Rye, 158, 173. letters of, 158, 171, 173. letter to, 171.

Anglesey, 261, 280, 388.
-, sheriff of, 271.
-, sheriff and escheator of, 264.

Anglesey, Lord, privy councillor, 495.

Angre, William de, 379.

Anne, Queen, 495, 496.

Annersfee manor, 380.

Antartic Ocean, 373.

Anthony and Cleopatra, 482.

Antigua, W. I., Governor of, 387.

Appleton:
-, James, recommended for postmaster of Rye, 127.
-, William, town clerk of Rye, 43, 49, 50, 69, 85.
-,-, Anne his daughter, 50.

Archbishops, the, 309.

Archdeacon, Daniel, 405, 419.

Archduchess:
-, the, 180.
-,-, distress in provinces under, 181.

Archduke the, his Ambassador, 129.

Archer, Richard, 126.

Archery, 279, 280.

Arches, Dean of, 107. See also Cosen.

Argens, Marquis d', 368.

Argenten, Giles de, 284.

Argier [Algiers], pirates of, 152.

Argyle, Duke of, Commander-in-Chief, letter to, 352.

Arkinstall, John, information of, 126.

Arlington, Lord, Principal Secretary of State, letters to, 466.

Armiston, 505.

Army:
-, the, 210, 211, 212, 213, 234, 386, 454, 461.
-, Captain General of. See Marlborough.
-, Captain General of, on this side Trent. See Arundel.
-, Commander-in-Chief. See Argyle.
-, Lord General of, 454, 455, 456, 462. See also Percy.

Arnold:
-, Barthelmewe, 78.
-, Mr., tutor to the Prince of Wales, 373.

Arran, Earl of, his cipher, 495.

Arundel:
-, co. Sussex, ship money assessed on 198.
-, mayor of. See Skypper.
-, Earl of, Earl Marshal, 177, 446, 453.
-,-, Captain General of the King's Army, 455, 461.
-, Lady, 388.
-, Richard, Earl of, and Eleanor his wife, 425.

Arundel and Surrey:
-, Richard Earl of, grant by, 425.
-,-, Lady Elizabeth his wife, 425.
-,-, Lady Phelipp his wife, 425.

Arundel, Stephen, 350.

Arundell, Mr., his sons, 214.

Ashborn in the Peak, co. Derby, 472, 473.

Ashborne, letter dated at, 391.

Ashbournham, Laurence, letters of, 209. 213.

Ashbury, co. Berks:
-, parsonage of, 391.
-, letter dated at, 389.

Ashbye, Thomas, 156.

Ashefelde, co. Sussex, 430.

Asheton, John, servant of Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 329.

Ashford, co. Kent, 113.
-, bailiff of, 17.
-, constable of, 17.
-, documents dated at, 17, 113.
-, vicar of. See Pett.
-, woman put in stocks at, 17.

Ashley,
-, Lord, 466.
-,-, letter of, 466.

Ashton, —, governor of Antigua, 387.

Askue, James, depositions of, 106.

Askwith, Henry, 385.

Aspley, Sir William, surveyor for victualling the Navy, 442.

Asselin, James, 78.

Assheburne, Sir William de, clerk of the Wardrobe, 295.

Assheton, letter dated at, 254.

Assizes of bread, ale, and beer, 336.

Asteley:
-, Frances, wife of John, 429.
-, Isaacke, 429.

Astley, Mr., 505.

Aston, William, 259.

Astone:
-, Sir Thomas de, 303.
-, William de, 303.

Aston Ingayne, 303.
-, Thomas, rector of, 303.

Astona, Mademoiselle, a Piedmontese, 368.

Atfurton, Roger, 298.

Athewald, Richard, 425, 426.

Atkins, —, alderman of Norwich, petition of, 453.

Atkins, Atkyns:
-, Richard, 248, 249, 253, 255.
-, Thomas, a justice of South Wales, 247, 249, 335.

Attelathe, John, 426.

Atterbury, Francis, bishop of Rochester, 367, 376.

Attorney-General, 118, 144, 151, 239, 254, 258, 280, 331, 453, 465, 495, 500. See also Yelverton; Noye.

Aubigné, Marguerite d', 507.

Aubrey:
-, Godwin, 349.
-, William, 247.

Auckland, Lord, letter of, 498.

Audley End, letters dated at, 444, 448, 451, 461.

Augmentations, Court of, 409.

Augustine, Sir Thomas, 380.

Aula, John de, 380.

Aulst in France, 106.

Auntrous, John, 423.
-, grant by, 423.

Austton, letter dated at, 393.

Aves, Alvare, 31.

Avon, river, 479.

Awbert:
-, Maurice, delinquent attendant on the Queen in France, 395.
-,-, Mary his wife, petition of, 395.

Aylesbury, Earl of. See Bruce.

Aylesford, Lord, letter of, 503.

Aylmer, John, bishop of London, letters to, 61, 67.

Aylmestone, William de, 297.

Aylwine, John, 214.

Ayscogh:
-, John, and Richard his son, 427.
-, William, 427.

Ayscue, Sir George, 398.

Aythene, Richard, will of, 305.

Azores (?), the, 43.

B

Babergh hundred, co. Suffolk, 434, 441.
-, warrants, &c. to high constables of, 439, 448, 450, 460.

Babington, Gervase, bishop of Llandaff, 248.

Bacon:
-, captain of Camber Castle, 151.
-, Butts, 416.
-, Sir Edmund, 414, 415, 417, 418.
-,-, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 420, 421, 452, 464, 466–8, 478.
-,-, his daughters, 410.
-,-, letters to, 467, 468.
-,-, his regiment, 467.
-,-, Mary his daughter, 410, 418, 481. letters to, 471–494.
-,-, Sarah his daughter, 410, 418, 478.
-, Edward, 416, 443.
-, Sir Francis, lord keeper, 254.
-,-, Lord Verulam, Lord Chancellor, 151, 156, 261.
-,-, letters of, 258 (2).
-,-, Viscount St. Albans, Lord Chancellor, 263.
-,-, letter to, 263.
-, Margaret, 407.
-, Nathaniel, 431.
-, Sir Nicholas, lord keeper, 405, 408, 413, 415, 416, 430, 431.
-, grant of arms to, 421.
-, Nicholas his son, 405, 408, 413, 414, 416, 430, 431, 436, 438.
-,-, created a baronet, 409.
-,-, letter to, 414.
-,-, Anne his wife, 408, 409, 413, 431. marriage settlement of, 416.
-, Sir Nicholas, 468, 469.
-, Robert, 413.
-,-, pardon to, 416.

Bacon family:
-, deeds relating to, 418.
-, pedigree of, 421.

Baconnesthorpe, Sir Eadmund de, knt., 423.

Bacton, 342.

Bacun, Thomas, 423.

Badger, Rowland, 271.

Badinham, 444.

Badminton, letter dated at, 350.

Bagdad, 506.

Bagg, William, 364.

Bagge, William, depositions of, 97.

Bailliage, Morguy, 89.

Baily, John, 21.

Bainton, Sir Edward, 157.

Bakepuz, Ralph de, 285.

Baker:
-, Agnes, petition of, 306.
-,-, Harry her son, 306.
-, Edward, 344.
-, Humphrey, 345.
-,-, depositions of, 345.
-, John, award of, 345.
-, Lucy, 345.
-, William, 430.

Bakere, R., memorandum of, 43.

Bakewell, Matthew de, Matilda his wife, and Dionysia his daughter, 380.

Baldelot, Robert, 354.

Baldwyn:
-, Edward, 272.
-, letters to, 272.

Ballasore, letter dated at, 402.

Balleur, Jehan le, burgess of Dieppe, 1.

Ballo, 354.

Baltimore, Lord, his plantation in Maryland, 394.

Ballymoney in Ireland, 498.

Banbury, 298.

Banek, Nicholas le, 354.

Bangor, bishop of, 249, 272. See also Bellot.

Bank [of England], 496.

Bankes, George, 60.

Banse, Captain, and his wife, 50.

Barbados, West Indies, 387, 388, 391, 398, 402.
-, Governor and Council of, 390.
-, Governor, Council, and Assembly of, 398.

Barbastre, Roger, 292.

Barbican, letter dated at, 161.

Barbour, Sir Roger, 308.

Barcelona in Spain, 495.

Barcott manor, 392.

Barett, Mr., 372.

Barget, Robert, 60.

Barham, Nicholas, serjeant-at-law, opinion of, 358.

Barkeley:
-, John, 325.
-, John, mayor of Hereford, 329.

Barker:
-, 126.
-, Sir John, 449, 450.
-, Richard, 149.
-, Richard, a justice of North Wales, 249, 255, 259.
-, Dr. Thomas, letter of, 375.

Barking Abbey, 424.

Barkley, Sir Richard, 248, 249.

Barley:
-, John, mayor of Hastings, 361.
-, Mary, widow, 358.

Barnard, Dr., 389.

Barnasalia, John Baptista, 47.

Barnes:
-, Mr., 49.
-, William, letter to, 189.

Barnidiston, Sir Nathaniel, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441.

Barnham, Sir Francis, chief butler, 160.

Barret, Richard, 309.

Barrett:
-, barony of, 365.
-, Lady Ann, 365.
-, Dacre, letters to, 365–367.
-, Edward, Lord Newburgh, 376.
-, Jane, letter to, 366.
-, Richard, letters of, 365–367.

Barrey:
-, Nichol, letter of, 81.
-, Barry, Richard, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 67, 85, 88.
-,-, letters of, 59, 63, 68, 70, 71.
-,-, letters to, 60, 61.

Barrie, Mark son of Thomas, and Isabella his wife, conveyance by, 356.

Barrow:
-, co. Suffolk, 408, 411, 429.
-, John, of Rochelle, depositions of, 50.

Barrowe:
-, Thomas and Mary his wife, 407.
-,-, names of children of, 408.

Barsham, East, 429.

Barter:
-, John, 224.
-,-, Henry, nephew of, 225.

Barties, Francis, 10.

Bartley, Robert, recorder of Worcester, 270.

Barton, co. Lincoln, ferry house at, 485.

Barwick-upon-Tweed. See Berwick.

Baseden, Richard, serjeant of the mace at Rye, order to, 225.

Baskervile:
-, Edward, chancellor of Hereford Cathedral, 324, 326.
-, James, steward of Hereford, letter of, 328.
-, John, 330.
-, Philip, 310.
-, Thomas, 314.
-, Walter, 330.

Bastock, Mr., baron to Parliament for Rye, 215.

Batailhey:
-, D., letter of, 387.
-, Joseph, letter to, 387.

Bate, Parson, 375.

Bateman, Robert, 381.

Bates, —, of Saltash, 60.

Batesford, John de, clerk, 379.

Bath:
-, co. Somerset, 336.
-, seneschal of bishop of, 295.

Bath, Alice, wife of Walter, 300.

Bathurst, Samuel, letter of, 394.

Batten, Alice wife of Robert, fined for swearing, 227.

Battle:
-, co. Sussex, 151.
-, letter dated at, 166.
-, receiver of taxes at, 213.

Baudrye:
-, Charles and his household, safe conduct for, 78.
-,-, his ship, 78.

Bawdry, Captain, arrest of Frenchmen of his company in Rye, 70.

Bawdwyn, Arkus, 35.

Baxter, Mr., his sermons, 281.

Bayes, Captain Francis, treasurer of Barbados, 390.

Baylbouel, 42.

Bayllol, William, 380.

Bayly:
-, Joan, depositions of, 145.
-, John, 183.

Baylye:
-, Goodman, 141.
-, John, 99.

Baynard's Castle, letter dated at, 248.

Bayning, Viscount, 376.

Beacon, Doctor, chancellor of Chichester Cathedral, letter to, 71.

Beakesbourne:
-, co. Kent, a member of Hastings, Hundred Court at, 358.
-, composition in lieu of scot from, 361.

Beale:
-, Edward, 87, 97.
-,-, master of ship furnished by Rye for the Queen's service, 88.
-, Thomas, 250.
-, Valentine, 386.

Beauchamp:
-, Court, co. Warwick, 249.
-, Lord, 126, 147.

Beaudley, letter dated at, 314.

Beaufo, Ralph de, 379.

Beauford, Duke of, letter of, 350.

Beaulieu, Seigneur de. See Lyein.

Beaumont, Colonel John, lieutenant of Dover Castle, letter to, 362.

Beauvoir [Belvoir] Castle, 483, 484, 485.

Beckles [Beccles], co. Suffolk, 447, 449, 458, 459.

Beckley, 57, 75.
-, glass works at, 63, 76.

Bedford:
-, county, 383.
-, Duke of, 374.
-,-, regent of France, 487.
-, Francis, Earl of, governor of Berwick, 327.
-, Jasper, Duke of, 304.
-, J., Earl of, 333.

Bedo, John, pilloried for falsifying the King's letters, 312.

Bedowe, John, 308.

Belet, William, 285.

Belfast, letter dated at, 387.

Belgium, 375.

Belhagh, 427.

Belhouse, Isolda de, 376.

Belhus, co. Essex, 365, 366.

Beliart, Jaques, 35.

Bell:
-, John, King's printer, 273.
-, Mr., 174.
-, Richard, 351.

Bellano, Lieutenant John, 385.

Belle Isle, Duke of, his seat, 489.

Bellier, Monsieur, purveyor for the French King, 138.

Bellot, Hugh, bishop of Bangor, 247, 248.

Bellynyame, John, 314.

Benarde, Thomas, of Rye, 40.

Benares, letters dated at, 498.

Benbrigge:
-, Mr., 231.
-, Samuel, letter of, 218.

Bendoll, Mr., 219.

Benefit of Clergy, 204.

Beneuer, John, grant by, 354.

Benenere, Henry, 355.

Benet:
-, Alexander, order by, 225.
-, John, 354.

Beniams, William, 289.

Bennet:
-, Jane, 27.
-, John, 52, 60.
-,-, examination of, 52.
-,-, Robert his brother, 52.
-, Thomas, 325.
-, William, 324.

Bennett:
-, Peter, 155.
-, Robert, bishop of Hereford, 251.

Bense, George, 48.

Benthlowd:
-, Richard, tanner, will of, 304.
-,-, John, his brother and Cecily, his wife, 304.

Bentre [Bintry] co. Norfolk, 424.

Bercote [Berekote], 380, 381.

Berdesworth, George, depositions concerning, 104.

Bere, Thomas, his servant Richard, 330.

Bereswelle, co. Norfolk, 426.

Berewith, William, 71.

Berford, John de and Robert de, 423.

Bergh, Reginald de, bondman, 424.

Berigge, Thomas, 124.

Berkeley, Sir Giles de, 292.

Berkeley Square, 499.

Berks:
-, county, 391, 399, 400.
-, Committee of, 390.
-, freeholders of, 394.
-, knights of shire for, election of, 398.

Berlin, 371.

Berneye:
-, Lord de. See Bourchier.
-, John de, 423.

Berrowe, James and John, 339.

Berthelet, Thomas, 309.

Berton prebend in Hereford Cathedral, 292.

Bertone, Peter de, 379.

Berwick-on-Tweed, 245, 313.
-, documents dated at, 286.
-, Governor of. See Bedford.

Besse, C., letter signed, 388.

Beston, co. Norfolk, 429.

Bett, George, steward of the Household in the Marches, 263.

Betts, —, mayor of Rye, letter to, 110.

Bevan, William, 252.

Bevereswelle, 422.

Beveridge, Mr., 144.

Bew, Edward, 222.

Bewdley:
-, co. Worcester, 247, 249, 264, 271.
-, Council at, 258.
-, Council Table at, letter dated at, 264.
-, letters, &c., dated at, 248–250, 252, 253, 258 (2), 263 (2), 268, 269, 271 (2), 275 (2), 337.
-, lottery at removed, 256.
-, manor of, 256, 270.
-, park of, 256, 263.
-, Queen's attorney at, 248.
-, woods, 271.

Bewford, Thomas, son of Duke of Guienne and Lancaster, 426.

Bexhill, co. Sussex, 217, 355, 357.

Biancoussin:
-, Catherine, and Jeane her daughter 78.
-, Loys, 78.
-, Nicholas, 78.

Bibol (?), John, 294.

Bigmore, William, bursar of St. John's College, Oxford, 384.

Bignon, Abbé, his nephew's seat, 490.

Bingham, Sir Richard, 440.

Binham:
-, co. Norfolk, 410.
-, Priory, 407, 417, 425, 426, 427.

Birch, Colonel, 348, 349.
-, Dr., 415.

Birches, Little, 308.

Bird, Byrde, Peter, deputy examiner of council in the Marches, 251, 252.

Birmingham, 472.

Birnyngham. See Brinningham.

Birtot, 51.

Biscay, 80.

Bishop, George, letter of, 387.

Bishop's Castle, 281.

Bishopstone, 290, 342.

Blackborne:
-, hundred, co. Suffolk, 430.
-, Henry, 145.

Blackwood, Christopher, curate of Rye, 201, 204.

Blagge, Edward, letter of, 387.

Blagrove, Francis, 392.

Blake:
-, Colonel, general of the Fleet in the Downs, letter to, 218.
-, Robert, letter of, 227.

Blakey, Agnes, 145.

Blanche, queen of France, mother of St. Louis, 491.

Blanelwall, in Wales, 72.

Blast, William, 312.

Blechinglegh, co. Surrey, 105.

Blethin, William, bishop of Llandaff, 247.

Bleytso, Gabriel, 323.

Blibrough, co. Suffolk, 447.

Blioul, Lord of, 42.

Blithing hundred, co. Suffolk, 433.

Bloath, Nowell de, of Rascoo, 1.

Blocke, Guillam, 66.

Blocket, Peter and his wife, 6.

Blod, Gilbert, 293.

Blokkeley, William, 298.

Blomefield, Franc., 419.

Bloomsbury Square, letter dated at, 373.

Blount:
-, Walter, letter of, 388.
-, his uncle Richard, 388.

Blowfeld, John, 22.

Blund, Peter le, 380.

Blunt, Richard, 259, 261.

Blyth, Geoffrey, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 309.

Board of Works, 503.

Bocland, William de, grant by, 379.

Bocland. See Buckland.

Bodenham, 306, 342.

Bodery, Monsieur de la, ambassador from France, 144, 148.

Bodithen, John, sheriff of Anglesey, 271.

Bodvill, John, letter of, 388.

Body, Stephen and Alice his wife, 380.

Boehm, Mr., 374.

Bohemia:
-, King of, 438.
-,-, his wife, daughter of King James I., 438. refugees in the United Provinces, 441.

Bois. See Boyce.

Bois, Pierre, a Frenchman, bond of, 1.

Boisot, Charles, 42.

Bokelonde. See Buckland.

Bole, Sir William, knt., 425.

Boleyn, Sir James, knt., 429.

Bolland, William, baron of the Exchequer, 289.

Bolles, Captain Robert, 385.

Bolten, Francis, 60.

Bolter:
-, Cecil le, 294.
-, John, 300.

Bolton, massacre at, 395.

Bombay, governor of, 498.

Bonaventure, letter from captain of H.M.S., 188.

Boniface:
-, Anne, 24.
-, Nicholas and Anthony, of Rye, bond of, 24.

Bonithon, Alice, Mary and Robert, 399.

Bookbyndere, Walter, 299.

Books, condemned for blasphemy, 300.

Booth:
-, Charles, bishop of Hereford, letter of, 359.
-,-, his commissary, 308.
-, Henry, 385.
-, John, 7.
-, Richard, 254.

Bootle, Captain, 395.

Borchese, M. de, 369.

Bordeaux:
-, in France, 183.
-, news from, 387.

Borgaro:
-, Captain Peter, 221.
-,-, Swedish ship taken by a private man-of-war of, 221.

Borne:
-, co. Sussex, 76.
-, Michael, 151.

Borough, Borrowes:
-, Sir John, his clerk, 287.
-, William, 108.
-,-, letter to, 110.
-,-, order of, 94.

Bosbury, co. Hereford, 342.
-, free school at, 343.
-, letters to trustees of parish lands in, 343.

Boscawen, Mr., 367.

Bosden, Edward, 276.

Bosmere-cum-Claydon hundred, co. Suffolk, 433.
-, chief constables of, 437.

Bosom, Captain, 463.

Boston, co. Lincoln, 485.

Boston, Massachusets, disturbances at, 499, 500.

Botselldre, Floris, 42.

Bouchardin, statue by, 494.

Boucheret. See Bucheret.

Bouden, Robert, captain of a man-of-war commissioned by King of Sweden, 233.

Boughereden, 290.

Boules, Herry, 312.

Boulogne, 78, 90, 110, 181, 226, 318, 485. St. John's Bay near, 393.

Boult, Richard, 260.

Boulton, George, 262.

Bourbon, Cardinal de, Count de Soissons, 488.
-, his wife, son, and daughter, 489.

Bourchier, Sir John, knt., Lord de Berneye, governor of Calais, 309.

Bourdinvill, Perre, 50.

Bouze, Captain, 60.

Boville:
-, Isabella de, widow, grant by, 379.
-,-, her daughter Helizabeth, 379.

Bowdler, William, 258, 268, 351.

Bowen:
-, Charles, lord of manor of Manorbeer, 275.
-, James, sheriff of Pembroke, 271.

Bowls, presentments for playing, 325.

Bowode, William, 286, 287.

Bowyer:
-, Nicholas, 274.
-, Robert, 114.
-,-, letter to, 114.

Boxford, co. Suffolk, warrant to churchwardens and overseers of, 439.

Boyce, Bois, Edward, commission to, 7, 8, 11.

Boylake, 385.

Boyland, Thomas, 384.

Boyle, Secretary, 495.

Boyne, battle of the, 508.

Boys:
-, Captain de, 106.
-, Sir John, 137, 140.
-,-, letter of, 136.
-, Mr., 66.
-, Morrys du, 60.
-, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 361.
-, William, letter of, 196.

Boysant, Francis, alias Captain Graymont, 2.

Bozome, Robert son of John, 430.

Braband, Captain, 60 (2), 61.

Bracegirdle, John, vicar of Rye, 149.

Bradley, Nicholas, 279.

Bradneux, Captain Henry, 386.

Bradshaigh, Lady, letter of, 376.

Bradshaw:
-, John, president of the Council, warrant of, 389.
-, Roger, 259.

Brainford. See Brentford.

Brainton, co. Hereford, 342.

Brampton Abbots, co. Hereford, 342.

Branch:
-, John, sheriff of London, 19.
-,-, letter to, 19.

Brandini, Francesco, 33.

Brasher, Henry, 303.

Bray, co. Berks, 398.

Braybrok, Robert, bishop of London, 424.

Brayne, John, 322.

Brecon:
-, county, 261.
-, sheriff of, 271.
-, sheriff and escheator of, 264.

Breda, 396.

Breda, Lord of, 42.

Brede, co. Sussex, ironworks at, 75.

Brede Bridge, 75.

Bredgat, John, 155.

Brentford, co. Middlesex, 30, 348.

Brereton, Sir Randle, 251.

Bresele-cum-Toftes, dean of, 428.

Brest:
-, in France, 119.
-, governor of, 119.

Bretignolles, Sieur de, 507.

Breton, Jaques le, called M. le Seneshall, his wife and children, 38.

Brett:
-, John, jurat of Hastings, 361.
-, Richard, 507.

Brette, Henry, grant by, 354.

Breules, Lewis, warden of Friars Minors, Hereford, 299.

Breynton, John, 314.

Breyntone:
-, Thomas de, 302.
-, William, 287.

Brian, Thomas, jurat of Hastings, 177, 361.

Briddenbury, co. Hereford, 342.

Bridcoaks, Ralph, chaplain to Speaker Lenthall, afterwards bishop of Chichester, letter of, 394.

Bridewell, 54.

Bridgeman:
-, Sir John, 270.
-,-, chief justice of Chester, 273–279.
-,-, letter to, 274.

Bridgen, James, servant to Mr. Woolley, 497.

Bridges, W., letter of, 343.

Bridges [Bruges], 180, 390.
-, letter dated at, 390.

Bridgewater, Earl of. See Egerton.

Bridge-Sollers, co. Hereford, 341.

Brigges, George, 430.

Briggs:
-, Humphrey, 269.
-, Rowland, M.P. for Hereford, letter of, 306.

Brighthelmstone [Brighton], co. Sussex, 44, 56, 76.

Brightlinge, 126.

Brightlingses, co. Essex, 157.

Brill, the, 16.

Bringwood chace and forest, co. Hereford, 255, 256, 261, 263.

Brinningham, co. Norfolk, 407, 410, 421, 422, 423, 427, 432.

Brinton, co. Norfolk, 407, 410, 412, 422, 432.
-, church of, 406.

Brisse, Pierre, 7.

Bristol, 2, 312, 348.
-, letter dated at, 387.
-, mayor of, 339.
-, mayor and aldermen of, letter to, 40.
-, Road, French ship staved in 40.

Bristol:
-, John Hervy, Earl of, 366, 420, 470.
-, Countess of, 470.
-, Lord, has outdone his out-doings, 376.

Bristol MSS., 372.

Briston, co. Norfolk, 407, 410, 427, 430, 432.

Bristowe. See Bristol.

Britihild, William son of, 379.

Brittany, 1, 14, 78, 79, 105, 193. soldiers for service in, 103.

Broadbridge, George, his ship detained by men of Dieppe, 229.

Broad Smooth, right of fishing in the, 142, 143.

Broadstairs, 22.

Brobury, 344,

Brodericke, Sir Allen, letters of, 414.

Broke, Brooke, Sir Robert, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 464, 468.

Brokett, Sir John, knt., letter to, 124.

Brombury, co. Hereford, 342.

Bromewyche, Richard, 325.

Bromhill, co. Sussex, 89.

Bromley:
-, B., 309.
-, Sir George, justice of Chester, 247, 333.
-, Thomas, lord chancellor, 333.

Brompfeld, John de, steward of bishop of Hereford, 296.

Brompton, letter dated at, 503.

Bromsgrove, 339.

Bromwich, Bromwiche:
-, Captain Walter, 318.
-, Richard, mayor of Hereford, 330.
-, Richard, will of, 342.
-, Thomas, M.P. for Hereford, 319, 320, 325.

Bromyard, co. Hereford, 290.

Brook, Jane, letter of, 394.

Brooke:
-, speech of, against Queen's supremacy, 120, 121.
-, Edward, 272.
-,-, letter to, 272.
-, Lord, 471.
-, Sir Richard, 452.

Brooks, Edward, 390.

Broomfielde, Edward, lord mayor of London, warrant of, 203.

Broomham, letter dated at, 209.

Brothercross hundred, 412.

Broughton, 271.

Broughton:
-, James, 381.
-, John, sheriff of Flint, 271.
-, Michael, letter of, 343.
-,-, his uncle, 343.
-, Richard, 248.

Broukhorst, Anthony de, 42.

Broun, Richard, letter of, 117.

Brown:
-, Elizabeth, passport for, 124.
-, Thomas and Helen, 431.

Browne:
-, —; 99.
-, Anthony, 322.
-, Colonel, his son, 214.
-, John, 383.
-, John, King's founder, 178.
-, John, taken by the Spaniards, 180.
-, John, tinker, 306.
-, Mihill de, Dutchman, report of on Rye haven, 53.
-,-, letter to, 58.
-, Peter, 106.
-, Richard, letter to, 214.
-, Robert and Joan, their children, 1.

Bruce:
-, Lord, 373.
-,-, to be Earl of Aylesbury, 374.

Brownists, the, 100.

Bruff, Martha wife of Stephen, supposed witch, 216.

Brugge, Richard de, sheriff of Hereford, 298.

Brulati, Seigneur Antonio, 174.

Brunham, 410.

Brunz, John, 380.

Bruster, John, jurat of Rye, 101.

Brut, Thomas le, knt., 297.

Bruxelles, [Brussels], 172.

Bryan:
-, Edward, his servant, 47.
-, Richard 332.

Bryant, Anthony, Frenchman, 125.

Bryden, Jonathan, vicar of St. John's and parson of St. Owen's, Hereford, petition of, 341.

Brydgeman, George, 279.

Brydges:
-, Honble. James, M.P. for Hereford, 306.
-, Mr., marshal of Hereford, 350.

Brymyngham. See Brinningham.

Brynkow, Ellis, sheriff of Carnarvon, 271.

Brynles, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 301.

Brynshoppe, 339.

Brynton. See Brinton.

Brysele [Brisley], co. Norfolk, 421.

Bryst. See Brest.

Buccleugh, Duke of, 505.

Buchan:
-, Lord, 377.
-,-, letter of, 376.

Bucher, Bucheret, Boucheret:
-, Guillam, 62 (2), 63.
-,-, his household, 6.

Buck:
-, Lord Harry, 306.
-, Robert, and Joan his wife, 408.

Buckhurst:
-, Lord, 91, 93, 95, 100.
-,-, letters of, 57, 80, 103, 115.
-,-, letters to, 94, 99, 101, 103 (2).
-,-, his servant, 80.
-,-, his woods and ironworks at Oer, 57.

Buckingham:
-, county, petition from, 379.
-, George Villiers, Marqais of, 258.
-,-, letter to, 282.
-,-, Duke of, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 173, 177, 182–187, 196, 384, 394, 420, 470, 471.
-,-, letters of, 172 (2), 173 (3), 176 (2), 177, 178 (2), 179, 180 (2), 181, 184, 185 (2), 186 (3), 187 (2), 190 (4), 449.
-,-, letters to, 175, 179, 181, 186.
-,-, relief for army under, 188.
-,-, Lord, 500.

Buckingham House, letter dated at, 179.

Buckland:
-, co. Berks, 380, 385.
-, bailiff of, 380.
-, Berecote and Wicroft in, 379.

Bucknall, 262.

Bulckely, Sir Richard, 249.

Bull, a, against Queen and realm, 58.

Bullen Court, Strand, theatre in, 505.

Bullingham, co. Hereford, 342.

Bullion [Bouillon], Duc de, 107.

Bullock:
-, John, 348.
-, Martin, 19.
-, Mr., 171.
-, Thomas, 300.
-, William, 201.

Bulloigne. See Boulogne.

Bulman, Sir Thomas, 428.

Bulour, Robert, 423.

Bulstrode, Edward, counsel to court of the Marches, 279.

Bunce, Alderman, a delinquent, 388.

Burche, Lewis, constable, 339.

Burchington [Birchington], co. Kent, 157.

Burdees, 80.

Burdett:
-, Robert, 183.
-, Sir Robert, 480.

Bures:
-, Gabriel de, 50.
-, Henry, 406, 423.
-,-, Anne, wife of, 408.
-, Robert, 406, 429.
-,-, Jane, Bridget, Anne, Mary, daughters of, 406, 407.

Bures Estate, the, 408.

Burford, co. Salop, 249.

Burgess, Mr., his meeting-house pulled down by the mob, 496.

Burgh:
-, co. Norfolk, 427.
-, beside Briston, 427.
-, Little, 410, 432.

Burgham, John de, 425.

Burghill, 291, 350.

Burghill:
-, Thomas, 258.
-, William, commissary of bishop of Hereford, 308.

Burghley, Lord. See Cecil.

Burghull, Thomas, 299.

Burhalle, co. Norfolk, 410.

Burhulle, Sir Roger de, sheriff of Hereford, 295.

Burkes, William, mayor of Hastings, 361.

Burlacie, —, 22.

Burlamack, Philip, King's agent for transport of Ordnance, 178.

Burlettas, 505.

Burley, Sir John, knt., 286.

Burnel, Sir Hugh, sheriff of Hereford, 293.

Burnet:
-, Bishop, his history of the Reformation, 496.
-, Mr., 496.

Burnham:
-, co. Bucks, Coneres croft in, 379.
-, Lady Elizabeth de, grant to, 379.

Burrell, William, 416.

Burroughes, Sir John, 174.

Burten, John, a sea rover, 44.

Burton, 485.

Burton:
-, George, depositions of, 106.
-, Thomas, rector of St. Mary-le-Strand, 384.

Burwaye in France, 15.

Bury St. Edmunds:

co. Suffolk, 124, 433, 434, 438, 442, 449, 456, 458, 461, 468, 469.

assizes at, orders made at, 463, 464.

an idle, foolish letter from townsmen of, 438.

letters dated at, 438, 440, 448, 458, 469.

shire house in, 464.

sign of the Angel in, 448, 456.

Busher, John, 35.

Bushop, Richard, indenture of, 24.

Bushy Park, letter dated at, 502.

Butcher, William, of Rye, 22.

Butetourte, Sir John, justice, 295.

Butlers, Henry, 21.

Buttes, Butte, Butt:
-, Anne, 405.
-, Edmund, 407–409, 429.
-,-, Anne, his wife, 407, 408, 429.
-,-, Anne, his daughter, 408.
-, Edmund, 408.
-,-, will of, 410, 429.
-, Thomas, 407–409, 413–416, 429–431.
-,-, Bridget, his wife, 407, 409.
-, William, leech to Henry VIII., 405, 407.
-,-, bonds of, 428.
-,-, grants to, 406, 407, 415.
-,-, Margaret, his wife, 407.
-, William, 407–409, 414, 427, 429.
-,-, Jane, his wife, 407, 408.

Button, William, 58.

Buxton:
-, co. Derby, 473, 474, 475, 478.
-, letter dated at, 391.

Byam, —, 31.

Byddenden [Biddenden], co. Kent, 82.

Bygod, Bartholomew le, 284.

Bynge, George, letter of, 118.

Bynham Priory. See Binham.

Byrchc, Richard, 354.

Byrchett:
-, Thomas, jurat of Rye, will of, 25.
-,-, Peter his son, 25. children of, 29.
-,-, Thomas his son, 25.

Byrde, W., 383.

Bysshop, William, jurat of Hastings, 359.

C

Cabinet, the, 375, 502.

Cachepol, Cachepolle:
-, Henry le, mayor of Hereford, 291.
-, Walter le, bailiff of Hereford, 297.

Cadiz, 360.

Cadman:
-, Captain, 225.
-, Michael, 221, 229.

Caen, in France, 104, 226.
-, governor of, 104.

Caesar, Sir Julius, 143, 383.

Cairns, Sir A., 366.

Calais, 18, 55, 72, 90, 113, 119, 181, 182, 188, 221, 235, 244, 309, 313, 394.
-, governor of 119, 181. See also Bourchier.
-, Winchelsea billets for, 76, 84.

Calbot:
-, Alan, 423.

Christiana daughter of John, 423.

Caldicott, co. Hereford, 342.

Caldwell, near Leominster, 291.

Calidonian Forest, a poem, 419.

Calletot, Mary, widow of Richard Mayew, 88, 89.

Calloweye, John, 318.

Calowe, co. Hereford, 342.

Calthrop:
-, Mr., 277.
-, Sir Oliver de, 424, 425, 426.

Calveley, Richard, 358.

Cam, Richard, 252, 259.

Cambridge county, 210, 211, 441, 452, 455, 456, 458, 468.
-, deputy-lieutenant of, 441.
-, lord lieutenant of, 420, 435, 441, 444, 452.
-, muster in, 442.

Cambridge University, 309, 373.
-, Corpus Christi College, 52.

Campbell:
-, John, 418.
-, Pryse and Sarah his wife, 410.
-,-, marriage settlement of, 418.
-, Sarah, sister of the first Lord Cawdor, 410.

Candy, Philip, 45.

Cannon Pyon, co. Hereford, 342.

Canterbury:
-, co. Kent, 3, 29, 71, 78, 83, 88, 156, 189.
-, archbishop of. See Abbott;
-,-, Whitgift;
-,-, Parker;
-,-, Tenison.
-, palace of, 2, 3.
-, prerogative court of, 382, 412.
-,-, inhibition from, 320.
-,-, monition by official of, 428.
-, dean of. See Godwyn.
-, dean and chapter of, 216.
-, diocese of, 5, 17.
-, letters dated at, 5, 83.

Cantilupo, Thomas de, bishop of Hereford, 290.

Cantourcelly, John, mayor of Hereford, 310.

Cape de Vert Islands, 38.

Cape Horn, 373.

Cape of Good Hope, 373.

Capell, E., letter of, 375.

Caple, Master William de, will of, 296.

Captains and Constables, writ to, 92.

Carbery:
-, Richard Vaughan, Earl of, 251.
-,-, Lord President of the Marches, 280.
-,-, his lady, 280.

Cardigan:
-, letter dated at, 373.
-, county, 261.
-, king's mines in, 268.
-, sheriff of, 271.
-, sheriff and escheator, of 264.

Care, vagrant passing as Avery, daughter of Sir Robert, 129.

Careles, Thomas, 391.

Carew:
-, Sir George, knt., baron to Parliament for Hastings, 360.
-,-, created a baron, 360.

Carewe, John de, 297.

Carewyddyn, Mr., 324.

Cariour, John, 300.

Carleton:
-, General, 373.
-, George, bishop of Chichester, his chaplain, 162.
-,-, letter to, 162.

Carlisle, Robert, servant of Lord Sanquair, 148.
-, Carlton House, 505.
-, Carmarthen:
-, 272.
-, county, 262.
-, Great Sessions of, 259, 260.
-, sheriff of, 259, 271.
-, sheriff and escheator of, 264.
-, Lord, Lord of the Bed Chamber, 374.
-,-, information against, 495, 496.

Carnarvon:
-, county, 261, 264, 280.
-, precautions against breach of the peace at election of a knight to Parliament for, 260.
-, sheriff of, 271.

Carpenter, Robert:
-, jurat of Rye, 1, 3, 43, 64, 85, 87.
-, baron to Parliament for Rye, 75, 88.
-, mayor of Rye, 98.
-, letters, &c. of, 85, 98, 104.
-, letters to, 104.
-,-, Joan his wife, 1.
-, Robert, chamberlain of Hereford, 301.
-,-, councillor of Hereford, 289.
-, William, 352.

Carpenter. See Derelova.

Carpynter, Thomas, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.

Carr, Thomas, of Rye, 30.

Carril, Edward, letter to, 116.

Cartwright:
-, Richard, examiner of council in the Marches, 251, 252.
-,-, his deputy. See Bird; Parry.

Carver:
-, John, 381.
-, Thomas, 300.
-, Carwardine:
-, James, 341.
-,-, petition of, 351.
-,-, Walter, mayor of Hereford, 325, 330.

Casshiobury, letter dated at, 497.

Castell:
-, Sir N. de, 293, 294, 295.
-, Robert, 60.
-,-, his household, 6.

Caster, —, 366.

Castle Acre:
-, co. Norfolk, court of Earl of Arundel held at, 425, 426.
-, lordship of, 426.

Castle Ashby, co. Northt., 372.

Castle Hill Lodge, co. Middlesex, letter dated at, 498.

Castlereagh, Lord, letter of, 499.

Castleton, co. Derby, 475.

Catacombs, the, 484.

Catchemaie, John, 335.

Catour, Margery, 300.

Catstrey, co. Salop, 252.

Catton, co. Norfolk, 409, 431.

Cauchie:
-, Francis, 6, 22, 29.
-,-, his mother, 6.
-,-, his wife, 6, 22.
-, Marten, 22.

Causey Ash, 434.

Causton, co. Norfolk, 410.

Causton:
-, Sir Robert de, knt., 423.
-, grant by, 423.

Cavaliers, the; 344.

Cave:
-, Sir Thomas, M.P. for Leicestershire, 478, 480.
-,-, his mother, 479, 480.
-, Sir Verney, his monument, 480.

Cavendish:
-, Andrew de, knt., 426.
-,-, grant by, 425.
-, Sir John de, knt., 425.

Cawdor, Lord, 410.

Cawfyes (?), Humfrey, clerk of the Signet, 312.

Cawode, John, 325.

Cawsabor, James, 201.

Cecil:
-, Sir Robert, 358.
-, Sir William, Lord Burghley, Lord High Treasurer, 2, 26, 95, 100, 111, 112, 118, 123, 139, 247, 333, 337.
-, letter of, 114.
-, letters to, 2, 68, 84 (2), 114.

Cesar. See Cæsar.

Chaff Wax, the, 387.

Chalgrove Field, co. Bucks, 403.

Chalmers, George, 507.

Cham, Petronilla de, grant of land in Hastings by, for her soul and the souls of Godard, Matilda, Robert (3), William, Richard, and Henry, 354.

Chamberlain:
-, Thomas, serjeant-at-law, 251, 255, 257.
-,-, justice of the King's Bench, 258, 273.
-,-, justice of the Common Pleas, 273.

Chamberlaine:
-, Sir Thomas, chief justice of Chester, 255, 262, 264, 272, 273.
-, certificate of, 250.
-, letters to, 250, 256, 257, 258.

Chamberleyne, John, 106.

Chambers:
-, George, 363.
-, John, 104.
-, Mr., 372.
-, Oliver, 345.
-, Susanna, 345.

Chambre, —, 391.

Chambre Family, papers relating to, 402.

Chancellor, the, 303. See also Longo Campo.

Chancery:
-, court of, 127, 279, 287, 362, 413, 416, 418.
-, orders of, 229, 355, 360.

Chandos:
-, Duke of, 404.
-, Giles Bruges, Lord, 248.
-, William Bruges, Lord, 249.

Channon, William, senior jurat of Winchelsea, 164.

Chantereau, Nicholas, depositions of, 35.

Charing Cross, letter dated at, 387.

Charles I., King, 174, 175, 186, 188, 189, 192, 193, 195, 197, 202, 206, 207, 208, 212, 213, 238, 241, 262, 273, 281, 344, 346, 348, 384, 400, 420, 461, 508.

charter of, 355.

coronation of, 174, 176, 177, 361.
-, letters, &c. of, 176, 189, 192, 194, 210, 215, 273, 274 (2), 275 (2), 276 (3), 277, 278, 279, 442, 444, 445, 446, 447, 451, 453, 454, 458.
-, raises money by voluntary contributions, 447, 448, 471.
-,-, his sister, 194.

Charles II., King, 223, 235, 236, 280, 344, 345, 362, 363, 364, 365, 387, 396, 461, 496.
-, briefs of, 246.
-, charter of, 287.
-, coronation of, 238, 239, 273.
-, warrants of, 463, 465, 466, 467, 469.

Charles V.,
-, King of France, 487, 492.
-,-, VI., King of France, 492.
-,-, VII., King of France, 487, 492.
-,-, IX., King of France, 10.

Charlotte, Princess, 506.

Charlottenburg, 369.

Charlton:
-, Sir Job, chief justice of Chester, 280, 281.
-,-, petition of, 280.
-, Mr., 415.

Charon, 476.

Chases and Forests, warrant to foresters of, 263.

Chastre, letter dated at, 389.

Chatham, co. Kent, 126, 185.

Chatsworth, co. Derby, 477.

Chaumelle, John, 225.

Chauvin, Mathieu, of Dieppe, 47.

Chayne Court, view of salts pertaining to, 90.

Checkeley, Michael, 298.

Chelsea, letters dated at, 107, 270, 310.

Chelton, co. Oxon., 399.

Chennell Row near Whitehall, 390.

Cherety, Abel, 225.

Cherleton, Thomas, bishop of Hereford, 292, 293.

Cherubini, Barnardino, 33.

Chesham, co. Bucks, 394.

Chester:
-, bishop of, 249. See also Markham.
-, county palatine of, 247, 264, 381, 473.
-, chief justice of, 247, 257, 265. See also Lewkenor; Chamberlaine; Whitelocke; Bridgeman; Charlton; Bromley; Shuttleworth.
-,-, precedence of, in court of the Marches, 258.
-, justices of, 248.
-,-, letter to, 262.

Chester, Robert de, chaplain, 426.

Cheston, 444.

Cheston, Nicholas, 74.

Chestor, John, 155.

Chestourfelde, William, friar of the order of Preachers, 300.

Chetwynd, Sir Walter, 254.

Cheyne, Nicholas du, 40.

Chichester:
-, co. Sussex, 26, 37, 59, 101, 124.
-, bishop of, 202. See also Curteys; Andrewes; King; Carleton; Brideoakes; Mountague.
-, chancellor of, 167. See also Fletcher, Beacon.
-, customers and officers of, letter to, 178.
-, dean and chapter of, 217.
-, letter dated at, 46.
-, ship money assessed upon, 198.

Chidley, Mr., 389.

Chilham Castle, letter dated at, 209.

Chillingworth, William, 384.

Chilton, co. Suffolk, warrants dated at, 439, 450, 459.

Chiltone, Walter de, 380.

Chimney:
-, co. Oxon, 385.
-, letter dated at, 391.

Chippenham:
-, Thomas, 286, 287.
-,-, mayor of Hereford, 298.

Chirk, co. Denbigh, 250.

Chisewell, Thomas, 235.

Chislehurst, co. Kent, 216.

Choiseul, M. de, 374.

Cholmley, Richard, 254.

Christ Church, view of salts pertaining to, 90.

Chudleigh, Sir John, commander of one of His Majesty's ships, 189.

Church, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 341.

Churche, Thomas, 324.

Church of England, 161, 175, 196, 508.

Churchey, Apolonia wife of William, 224.

Churling, Anthony, 35.

Ciceter [Cirencester], 348.

Cinque Ports, 2, 9, 14, 48, 49, 52, 66, 72, 79, 83, 86, 93, 96, 98, 100, 105, 110, 120, 123, 125, 126, 127, 129, 132, 134, 141, 145, 150, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 164, 165, 166, 170, 172, 176, 177, 178, 180, 182, 188, 189, 192, 193, 194, 195, 200, 205, 206, 207, 210, 211, 212, 214, 216, 240, 242, 358, 360, 361, 453. See also Dover; Hastings; Hythe; Romney; Sandwich.
-, admiralty court of, 2, 156, 240.
-,-, serjeant of, 190.
-, assemblies of, 113.
-, barons of, 18, 19, 111, 241.
-,-, letter to, 112.
-,-, petition of, 111, 118, 123.
-,-, services of at the Coronation, 127, 128, 129, 176, 239, 359, 361.
-, barons to Parliament of, 213, 227, 232, 237.
-, beacons of, 119, 152, 173, 187, 191.
-, charter of, 111, 128, 142, 143, 159, 194, 195, 212, 241, 354, 355, 358, 362.
-,-, infringement of, 69, 104, 245.
-, collection in for repair of St. Paul's, 196.
-, counsel of. See Manwood.
-, court of shipway for, 72.
-, customs of, in time of Edward III., 66.
-, dispute of, with London, 41, 43, 159.
-,-, Lord Warden, 25, 26, 67.
-,-, Great Yarmouth, 35, 52, 157.
-, Lord Warden of, 149, 356, 358, 361, 362. See also Cobham; Northampton; Zouch; Buckingham; Suffolk; Fleetwood; James; Sydney; Lennox.
-,-, right of to have fish for his household, 161, 203.
-,-, Commissioners in absence of, letter to, 21.
-, loyalists restored to office in, 236.
-, mayors, bailiffs, &c. of, 13, 20, 52, 201, 202.
-,-, letters of, 15 (2), 41, 153, 228.
-,-, letters to, 8, 11, 25, 38, 41, 47, 48, 63, 65 (2), 68, 70, 71, 95, 97, 103, 113, 114, 118, 119, 123 (4), 125, 126, 127 (3), 133, 134, 138, 142, 143, 149, 156, 160, 164, 170, 174, 177, 179, 181, 182 (2), 187 (3), 188 (2), 190 (3), 191, 193 (4), 194, 196, 205, 207, 208, 209, 212 (2), 216 (2), 220, 221, 224 (2), 225 (2), 226 (2), 228, 230, 231, 235, 236 (2), 237, 240 (2), 242, 245.
-, musters of, 90, 93, 95, 97, 98, 123, 125, 147, 151, 155, 170, 179, 182, 187, 192, 197, 458.
-, paupers from abroad not to land in, 181, 184.
-, petitions from, 160, 177, 182, 190, 194, 212, 213.
-, precautions against expected invasion, 118, 119, 172, 187, 197.
-, present to the King from, 242.
-, prohibition of export of corn from, 193.
-, quakers, in, 237.
-, restraint of passage in, 129, 132, 142, 161, 173, 188, 220, 222, 230.
-,-, Commissioners for, 21, 96, 116, 174, 184, 188, 193, 197.
-,-, orders for assistance of, 184, 209.
-,-, clerk of the checks to, 185.
-, restraint of vessels in, 110, 178, 179, 184, 185, 186, 187, 190, 225.
-, recall of all persons who have dwelt in, within the last three years, 189.
-, right to wrecks and findalls in, 227.
-, sailors to be pressed in, 77, 227.
-, service to be done by, in the Narrow Seas, 85, 87.
-, ships to be furnished by, 111, 195, 356, 361.
-, speaker of, 194, 245.
-, survey of shipping of, 179, 192.
-, towns and places of, 157.
-, vice-admirals, mayors, sheriffs, and others of, order to, 114.
-, victuallers, tipsters, and alehouse keepers in, regulation of, 138, 139.

Cipher, key to a, 401.

Ciricksey. See Ziricksee.

Clare:
-, Duke of. See Pelham.
-, Ralph, keeper of the King's house at Tickenhill, 253.

Clarendon, document dated at, 285.

Clarendon:
-, Edward Hyde, Earl of, Lord Chancellor, 239, 373, 375.
-,-, letter of, 464.

Clarges Street, letter dated at, 498.

Clark, Richard, depositions of, 108.

Clarke:
-, Anne wife of John, depositions of, 345.
-, Richard, 54.
-, Roger, petition of, 385.

Clarse, Captain, 60.

Clay, co. Norfolk, 429.

Claye, Amabilia wife of William de, grant by, 422.

Claye, Sieur de la, 507.

Claypol, John de, and Avicia his wife, grant by, 380.

Claypoole, Colonel, 394.

Clement, Robert, of Rye, 50.

Clenche, Thomas, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441.

Clerc, Catherine widow of Michael le, 41.

Clerke, Colonel, letter to, 229.

Clerkenwell, letters dated at, 158 (2), 173.

Clermont, Countess of, her seat at Masli, 493.

Cleveland, 435.

Cleveland:
-, Duchess of, 365.
-, Earl of, 389.

Cleves, 375.

Clifford, co. Hereford, 342, 348.

Clifford:
-, Roger de, 285.
-, Sir T., a Lord of the Treasury, 468.

Clifton, Sir Robert, 483.

Clinton, General, 373.

Clive:
-, Lord, 498.
-,-, letters of, 319.

Cloke, John, letter of, 141.

Clote, Hugh, bailiff of Hereford, 295.

Coag, William, 380.

Coat and conduct money, 451, 459, 460.

Cobbe:
-, Alexander, 21.
-, Clement, baron to Parliament for Rye, 16, 23.
-,-, petition to, 18.

Cobham, co. Kent, letters dated at, 41, 79, 100.

Cobham:
-, Henry Broke, Lord, Lord Warden, 116, 118, 119, 122, 125, 126, 128, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139.
-,-, claims to nominate a burgess to Parliament for Rye, 126.
-,-, letters of, 116, 118, 120 (2), 125, 126, 127, 129, 134, 135, 138.
-,-, letters to, 116, 118, 120, 121 (2), 123, 132 (2), 139, 359.
-, Thomas, 10.
-, William Broke, Lord, Lord Warden, constable of Dover Castle, chancellor and admiral of the Cinque Ports, Lord Chamberlain, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 15, 17, 22, 23, 25, 26, 44, 46, 49, 58, 67, 80, 85, 89, 95, 96, 97, 110, 113, 114, 117.
-,-, his clerk, 44.
-,-, his house in town, letters dated at, 39, 52.
-,-, letters of, 2, 3 (2), 26, 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, 47, 48 (2), 51, 52, 57, 59, 60, 61, 65 (2), 72, 79 (2), 90, 93 (2), 96 (2), 100, 105 (2), 106, 108, 111, 112.
-,-, letters to, 1, 2, 15, 19, 23, 25, 27, 28, 35, 36, 41, 42, 43, 47, 50, 55, 58, 60, 61, 68, 69, 72, 78, 79 (2), 80, 96 (2), 97, 99, 101, 105 (2), 106 (3), 107, 109 (3), 112.
-,-, his servant, 43, 48, 68.

Cobham Hall, letters dated at, 105, 106.

Cobourne, Richard, 279.

Cocke:
-, Henry, letter of, 117.
-, Moyses, taken by the Leaguers, 106.

Cocker, Captain, 233.

Cockfield, 408, 416, 427.

Cockpit, the:
-, committee at, 495, 496.
-, letters dated at, 495, 496.

Cockram, Mr., 206.

Cocks, Major, 497.

Cockys, William, 429.

Coddington, 277.

Cogarthen, co. Cardigan, 249.

Cogill, Daniel, 201.

Coinage, the, 326.
-, of the Commonwealth called in, 242, 243.

Cok, —, a Jew, 294.

Coke:
-, Sir Edward, 383.
-,-, letter of, 251.
-,-, will of, 384.
-, George, bishop of Hereford, 251.

Cokefeld, Robert de, and Joan his wife, 423.

Cokefield:
-, Sir John de, knt., grant by, 423.
-,-, Lady Cecily, his mother, 423.

Colbeard, John, 202.

Colbrand, Richard, depositions of, 144.

Colby, Philip, muster-master of Suffolk, 438.

Colchester, co. Essex, 428.

Cold Higham, letter dated at, 415.

Cole, M., 313.

Coleham, 261.

Colepepper:
-, John, letters of, 91, 196, 206.
-, Lord, letter to, 235.
-, Sir Thomas, lieutenant of Dover Castle, letter of, 196.
-,-, letter to, 202.

Coles:
-, Edmond, 249.
-, Raffe, 321.

Coleshill, co. Warwick, 472.

Colkyrke [Colkirk, co. Norfolk], 424.

Colle, Joan, 381.

Collent, Guillielme, 51.

Collins, Captain, 385.

Collyer, Robert, 43.

Collynges, William, bailiff of Hereford, 291.

Collyns, Richard, proctor of House of Lepers at Hereford, 314.

Colman:
-, George, proprietor of Haymarket Theatre, 504.
-, Robert, 33.

Colwall, co. Hereford, 277, 342.

Comissary, Commissary:
-, Captain Robert, of Rye, 1, 24, 34, 60.
-,-, depositions of, 41.
-,-, safe-conduct for, 32, 38.

Commissioners:
-, of array, 386.
-, in causes ecclesiastical. See High Commission Court.
-, for charitable uses, 342, 343, 438.
-, for compositions, petition to, 394.
-,-, order of, 397.
-, for compositions for provision for the household, letters of, 448.
-, for Customs and Excise, order of, 397.
-, of Plantations, letter of, 195.
-, for wounded men and Dutch prisoners, 438, 465.
-,-, loan for, 465.

Committee:
-, for plundered ministers, 316.
-, petition to, 395.
-, for safeguard of the Commonwealth, 235, 385.

Common Pleas, court of, 250, 428.
-, chief justice of. See Anderson; Lea; Richardson.
-, justices of. See Warberton; Chamberlain; Englefield.

Common Prayer, Book of, 99, 345.

Commorth, collection of prohibited, 311.

Compton:

General, 366.

Spencer, Lord, 251, 270.

William, Lord. See Northampton.

Condé:
-, Prince of, privateers licensed by, 47, 71.
-,-, ships of, 52.

Condover, co. Salop, 249.

Connar, William, deputy ranger of Feckenham Forest, letter of, 256.

Connock, Colonel, 508.

Conny, John, 356.

Connyoche, Pierre, 87.

Constance, Alexander, depositions of, 41.

Constantin, John, 37.

Convas, Convers:
-, John, 43, 46, 150.
-,-, order to, 50.

Convocation, petition of, 383.

Conway, Conwey:
-, Sir Edward, Secretary of State, 163.
-,-, Edward his eldest son chosen burgesses to Parliament for Rye in mistake for Captain Thomas his second son, 162–164.
-,-, letters of, 163 (2), 172.
-, John, 255.
-, Lord, 444, 479.

Conyers, John, letter of, 372.

Conyngesby, Francis, 341.

Cook, Captain, voyage of, 373.

Cooke:
-, Chief Justice, 438.
-, Robert, king of arms, 421.

Coote:
-, Sir Charles, letter of, 387.
-, Judge, reduced to Mr., 366.

Cope, Thomas, and Joan his wife, 294.

Copenhall, co. Chester, 280.

Copley:
-, George, 222.
-, Sir Thomas, 82.

Copped Hall, letter dated at, 372.

Coque, Quoc, Anthony, 62, 63.

Corba, —, 24.

Corbet, Jerome, 247.

Corbett, Richard, 248, 249.

Corbewe, Nicholas, his ship, 71.

Corfe Castle, 93.

Corn and other victual, export of, forbidden, 311.

Cornelison, Allin, and Catherine his wife, of Rye, 27.

Corneuoan, Jacob, 222.

Cornewall, Sir George, 318.

Corney, Huntingdon Hastings, petition of, 395.

Cornish, Mr., 69.

Cornwal, Major, 351.

Cornwall:
-, Earl of, 294.
-, Thomas, 248, 249.
-, Sir Thomas, 251, 257, 269, 272.

Cornwallis, Lord, 375.

Corpestie (?), 429.

Corporations, statute for regulating, 362.

Corston Chace, 263.

Cort, Thomas, 102.

Cosbarre, William, his child, 225.

Cosen, Doctor, dean of Arches, 107.

Cosford hundred, co. Suffolk, 460.

Cossen, Francis, depositions of, 146.

Cossewe, Francis, Mary his wife and Mary Anne his mother, 7.

Cottesbrooke, parson of, 454.

Cottie, Mr., 65.

Cottingdon, Lord, 208.

Couchy, Francis, 124, 130.

Coulemberge, Earl of, 42.

Council, the. See Privy Council.

Council for treasonable practices, establishment of a, 464.

Council of State:
-, the, 216, 218, 219, 221, 222, 231, 234, 235, 387, 390, 393, 394.
-, clerk of. See Thurloe.
-, letters to, 219, 220, 221, 223, 234, 235.
-, Lord President of, 216.
-, orders of, 397.
-, petitions to, 395, 396.
-, president of. See Harrington; Laurence; Johnston; Bradshaw.

Council of War:
-, the, accounts of, 470.
-, letter from, 442.

Councils, provincial, 250.

Court:
-, the, 33, 62, 69, 96, 117, 123, 128, 152, 193, 196, 201, 205, 278, 338, 366, 373, 383, 454, 460, 508.
-, letters dated at, 3, 48, 51, 59, 91 (2), 115, 331.

Courts of law, adjourned on account of the plague, 106, 109.

Cousture, Adrienne Jourdain, widow of Jaques, 54.

Covent Garden:
-, letter dated at, 393.
-, Tom's Coffee House in, 367.
-, Theatre, 504.

Coventree, Thomas, 249.

Coventry, co. Warwick, 471.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishop of. See Blyth; Hurd.

Coventry:
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Keeper, 275, 276, 470.
-,-, Lord, 194.
-,-, letter of, 274.
-, Sir W., a Lord of the Treasury, 468.

Coventrye:
-, W., secretary to the Duke of York, 239, 241.
-,-, letter of, 235.

Covin, Robert, master of a ship of Dieppe, depositions of, 232.

Cowarne:
-, Great, co. Hereford, 290, 314, 342.
-, land of the church of, 290.

Cowper:
-, 1.
-, widow, 67.
-, Christopher, 356.
-, Lady, 366.
-, William, 338.

Cowre. See Cowarne.

Coxe:
-, Anthony, 14.
-, Thomas, 252.
-, Mr., 498.

Coxon, Mr., jurat of Rye, 88.

Coxson:
-, William, 70.
-,-, master of ship furnished by Rye for the Queen's service, 88.

Coypel, painting by, 494.

Cradock, co. Hereford, 254.

Crakefeld, Thomas, 379.

Cranbrook, co. Kent, 65, 146.

Crane:
-, Sir Robert, bart., deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441, 449, 457, 459, 460, 461.
-,-, his trained band, 456, 458.

Cranfield:
-, Lionel, Lord, Lord Treasurer, letter of 270.
-,-, Earl of Middlesex, letters of, 270, 271.
-, Lionel, Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, constable of Dover Castle, letter of, 363.

Cranhalls, Henrich, a Dutchman, survey of Hastings haven by, 361.

Crasswall, co. Hereford, 342.

Craven:
-, Lord, 384.
-, William, Lord, petition of, 396.

Creake:
-, North, co. Norfolk, 430.
-, South, 430.

Cremona, 33.

Crepping, Walter de, 284.

Cressett, Mr., 325.

Cresswell, John, 276.

Creux, Massela le, 22.

Crevequor, Robert, 294.

Crickhowell, co. Brecon, 293.

Crillon, M. de, commander of Spanish lines at Gibraltar, 372.

Crips. See Crispe.

Crisp, Mrs., examination of, 495.

Crispe:
-, Henry, letters of, 197, 201.
-,-, letter to, 200.
-, Sir Henry, knt., 8.
-,-, letters to, 7, 8, 11.
-, William, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 32, 45.
-,-, letters of, 8, 12, 35.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 3, 8, 11, 12, 13, 35, 39, 44, 51, 52, 58.

Croft:
-, co. Hereford, 249, 290.
-, Sir Herbert, 290.
-, Herbert, 249.
-, Sir Herbert, woodward of Hereford county, 253.
-, Herbert, dean of Hereford, certificate of, 341.
-, Sir James, controller of the household, letters to, 77, 247.
-,-, member of council of the Marches, 247.
-,-, steward of Hereford, letter of, 331.
-, Richard, 30.
-, William, letter of, 312.

Crofte:
-, Sir Hugh de, 290.
-,-, John, brother, and John, son of, 290.
-, W., 341.

Crofts, Henry, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 465.

Croix, Jan de le, and his wife, 6.

Cromwell:
-, Lord, letter to, 414.
-, Oliver, Lord Protector, 221, 223, 224, 225, 226, 386, 392, 411.
-,-, death of, 231.
-,-, letter of, 230.
-,-, letters to, 233, 390.
-,-, petition to, 343.
-, Richard, proclaimed protector, 231.
-,-, letter to, 233.

Crooke:
-, John, a justice of South Wales, 248, 249, 250.
-, Sir John, a justice of the King's Bench, 254.

Crosbowe, John, 21.

Crosse, Edward, 385.

Crottey in the Some, in France, 97.

Crouch, John atte, of Harwell, grant by, 380.

Crouche, G., letter of, 387.

Crowche, Thomas, 381.

Crowe, Sacvile, 178.

Croweleye, Robert, 316.

Crown Office, the, 127.

Crowther, Brian, 259, 261, 386.

Croy, Duke of, 172.

Croydon, co. Surrey, 382.

Cruce, Richard de, will of, 296.

Crumpe, Thomas, secretary and clerk of council in the Marches, 252, 275.

Crystmas, John, 428.

Cubley, Thomas, 327.

Cule, John, presented for keeping a billiard table, 346.

Culford, co. Suffolk, 408, 414.

Culmere, John, 22.

Culpepper. See Colepepper.

Cumbe, Roger de la, 380.

Cumberland, Richard, 503.

Cumyng, Roger, 294.

Cundover [Condover], co. Salop, 280.

Cunliffe, Robert, 387.

Curreis. See Azores.

Curson:
-, John, 427.
-, Sir Nathaniel and Lady, their seat at Kidleston, 481.
-, Curteys:
-, Richard, bishop of Chichester, his judge at Lewes for wills, 53.
-,-, letter of, 46.
-,-, letters to, 39, 45, 47, 52, 53, 54, 82.

Curtis:
-, Edward, 318.
-, Thomas and William, 116.

Cushine, Captain, deputy governor of Dieppe, letter to, 130.
-, Custom Houses, officers of the, 103, 169, 242.
-, Customs, the, 200, 201, 397.
-, Cuthbert, Edward, 386.
-, Cuttes, Sir John, deputy lieutenant of Cambridge, 441.
-, Cydnus, river, 482.
-, Cyssy, Mr., 72.

D

D., Mr., 444.

Dabredin. See Preston.

Dabriel, Mr., a Scotchman, examination of, 496.

Dacre:
-, Anne, Lady, 376.
-, Gregory Fynes, Lord, 365.
-, Margaret, Lady, 376.
-, Thomas Lennard, Lord, Earl of Sussex, 365.
-, Lord, 372.
-,-, his house in Bruton Street, 372.
-,-, letters to, 372–376.
-,-, his nephew, 375.

Dagenhale, Robert, chaplain, 380.

Daires, Morgan, 319.

Dale:
-, Dr. Valentine, ambassador to France, 13, 28.
-,-, letter of, 33.

Dalinton, William de, 354.

Dallery, Michael, 60.

Dallet, John, 62.

Dallington, Sir Robert, 408.

Damir, Henry, depositions of, 147.

Danahan, Edward, steward of the King's house at Ludlow, 256.

Danbury, document dated at, 276.

Dandeley in France, 89.

Danecosa, a Christian name, 294.

Daniell:
-, Francis, 144, 155.
-, Richard, 68.
-, Robert, 45.

Danner, Edward, preacher at Rye, 109.

Dannet, Awdeley, baron to Parliament for Rye, 88.

Dannett, Thomas, 342.

Dannske [Dantzic], 30, 35.

Dansey:
-, Simon, 330.
-, Thomas, 318, 339.

Danyel, Richard, 83.

Danvers, Sir John, 248.

Darnell, John, 325.

Darque, Louis, depositions of, 41.

Darrell, Sir Sampson, 194.

Dartmouth:
-, William Legge, Earl of, 495, 496, 500.
-,-, letters of, 496, 506.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 496–506.
-,-, Lord Chamberlain, 503.
-,-, his steward, 497.
-,-, successes of, at sea, 503.
-,-, writings stolen from, 497.

Darvall [Dearfold] Forest, co. Hereford, 255, 256, 261.

Dashwood, Thomas, 201.

Davenant, Sir William, letter of, 389.

David ap Rees, 386.

David, Richard, warrant dated from house of, 202.

Davidge, Richard, 201.

Davies:
-, John, 171.
-, Maurice, chamberlain of Hereford, 301.
-, Richard, 249, 331.
-, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 333.
-, William, 335.

Davis, Mr., 206.

Davison:
-, John, and his sons, 57.
-, Thomas, his brother, 57.
-,-, his wife, widow of one Hearne, 57.

Davy:
-, Captain, and his company stayed for piracy, 12 (2).
-, William, 16.
-,-, mayor of Rye, 35, 45, 50, 52.
-,-, certificates of, 39, 55.
-,-, depositions before, 46, 47, 50, 52.

Davyes:
-, John, part owner and master of the Hercules, 110.
-, Richard, 322.
-, Thomas, 324.

Davys:
-, Harry, confession of, 117.
-, Robert, 383.

Deal, co. Kent, 157, 181.

Dean:
-, William, 354.
-, forest of, co. Gloster, 263.
-,-, commission for, 387.

Deane:
-, General, petition to, 396.
-, Thomas, agent of Colonel Martin, 398.
-,-, letter of, 392.

Deape. See Dieppe.

Dearing, —, 217.

Debault, —, 88.

Debruese alias Etemer or Stevin, Nippevile, 59.

Debtford. See Deptford.

Dedham, George, warden of Redgrave Grammar School, 430.

Deghere, —, 354.

Degraunge:
-, Nicholas, 34.
-,-, safe conduct for, 35.

De la Bare, Vincent, letter of, 393.

Delabere, Sir Richard, knt., steward of Hereford, 300.

Delahay, Godfrey, 62.

Delamere forest, co. Chester, 263.

Delinquents:
-, not to bear office or take part in elections, 226.
-, trustees for sale of estates of, 389.

Delobell, Francis, 7.

Deluge, the, 475.

Demoye:
-, Ambrose, of Rye, 6, 7, 22.
-, his wife, 6.
-,-, Nicholas, 1.

Demure, Captain, 60.

Denbigh:
-, aldermen, bailiffs and burgesses of, 269.
-, charter of, 269.
-, county, 261, 264, 402.
-, justices of, 255.
-, sheriff of, 271, 277.

Dengemershe, 157.

Deniball, Utash, 235.

Denmark:
-, and the Danes, 161, 383.
-, King of, 191, 233, 450.

Denmark House, letter dated at, 178.

Denne (?), Jo., letter of, 393.

Denny, Anthony, 407.

Dennys, William, 138.

Dentu, Jehan le, 50.

Depome, Captain, 60.

Deptford:
-, co. Kent, 94.
-, letter dated at, 389.

Deptford Strond, masters of the house at, 169.
-, Derby, 478, 480
-, silk mills at, 478.
-, county, 474.

Derby:
-, Henry Stanley, Earl of, 247, 333.
-, Earl of, 395.
-, Paul, 201.

Derelova alias Carpenter, Jarret, 68.

Derham, Geoffrey de, parson of Titteshall, 425.

Deringe, Sir Edward, lieutenant of Dover Castle, letters of, 192 193 (2), 194 (3).

Derwent, river, 476, 482.

Desarte, Monsieur, 388.

Desmares, Peter, 70.

Despenser, Hugh le, 284.

Dester, Ralph, 123.

Destin, Pierre, 88.

Desverrans:
-, Monsieur, 392.
-,-, letter of, 388.

Dethick, G., king of arms, 421.

Dethicke, Richard, 125.

Detlare, Hugh, 308.

Deux Amans, convent de, 488.

Devereux:
-, Sir Walter, knt., 303.
-, Walter, letter to, 466.
-, William (?), letter of, 316. See also Essex;
-, Ferrers.

Devonshire, 47, 106.

Dewilliam, Johan, 7.

Dewles, letter dated at, 328.

Dewswall, co. Hereford, 342.

Diana of Poitiers, 492.

Dicks, Mr., 281.

Dickes, John, depositions of, 344.

Didsbury, William, of Rye, 37, 50.

Died, Richard, felon, pleads his clergy, 204.

Dieppe in France, 1, 28, 30, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 46, 47, 48, 50, 62, 65, 69, 70, 78, 88, 92, 100, 105, 106, 107, 110, 111, 124, 130, 131, 136, 137, 141, 148, 201, 214, 218, 225, 226, 229, 232, 235, 486.
-, bailiff, captain or mayor of. See Sigoine.
-, excessive fees on English vessels at, 226, 244.
-, fishing boats of boarded by a ship of Rye, 48, 50.
-, governor of, 119, 218. See also Montigny.
-,-, his deputy. See Cushine.
-,-, letters to, 111, 226, 229.
-, letter dated at, 48.
-, Reformed Church in, 89.
-, vice-treasurer of, 105.

Dieppe Road, 215.

Dier, Edward, 57.

Digby:
-, Sir Kenelm, 384.
-, Lord, 472.

Digges, Sir Dudley, 204, 470, 471.

Diggis, Thomas, letter of, 209.

Dik, Robert de, bailiff of Hereford, 295.

Dirrikson, Leonard, depositions of, 16.

Disbery, Guillaume, 38.

Disbrowe, John, letter of, 224.

Disney, Edward, 271.

Ditchly, 479.

Diveling. See Dublin.

Dixon, Oliver, 279.

Doctors Commons, letters dated at, 143, 144.

Doddridge:
-, Sir John, justice, 281.
-,-, letter of, 463.

Dombes, Duke de, 486.

Dona, Baron de, ambassador of King of Bohemia, letter of, 438.

Donkerke. See Dunkirk.

Donne:
-, Dr. John, letter of, 383.
-,-, his house at St. Paul's, 383.

Donnynge. See Dunning.

Doore, Humphrey, 290.

Dorchester, 201.

Dore:
-, co. Hereford, 342.
-, John, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.

Dorset:
-, county, 189, 210, 211, 441, 443, 445, 448.
-, beacon watches in, 457.
-, billeting of soldiers in, 452.
-, lord lieutenant of, 420, 435, 444, 452.
-, Earl of, Lord Keeper, 212. See also Cranfield.
-,-, letters of, 173, 189, 209.

Dorset House, letters dated at, 173, 174, 189.

Dorston, 345.

Doublei, Philip, 42.

Dovaston, Mr., 281.

Dove, John, letter to, 387.

Dove Dale, co. Derby, 474.

Dove, river, 474.

Dover, co. Kent, 10, 13, 16, 21, 55, 56, 59, 76, 81, 85, 87, 92, 111, 115, 119, 129, 145, 153, 157, 159, 181, 186, 188, 200, 212, 221, 227, 229, 244, 358, 361, 362, 442, 485.
-, Admiralty Court for the Cinque Ports at, 2, 7, 112, 133, 156.
-,-, officers of, 103.
-, ammunition for, 152.
-, barons to Parliament for, 159, 189, 222, 237.
-, bishop of, 152. See also Rogers.
-, Braidenstone Hill in the liberty of, 362.
-, Castle, 2, 3, 7, 12, 18, 35, 44, 72, 155, 172, 176, 197.
-,-, constable of. See Cobham; Nottingham; Fleetwood; Cranfield. writs to, 189, 215, 222, 237.
-,-, Governor of, letter to, 221.
-,-, letters dated at, 3, 12, 47, 59, 63, 68, 70, 71, 95, 96, 97, 100, 110, 113, 119, 123, 125, 126, 133, 134, 136, 139, 141, 142, 143, 146, 148, 149, 155, 156, 162, 163, 171, 173, 174, 179, 181, 182, 184, 185, 187, 188, 190, 193, 194, 196, 197, 200, 203, 212, 216, 220, 221, 224, 225, 226, 232, 235, 236, 240, 388.
-,-, lieutenant of, 356. See also Crispe; Barrey; Fane; Waller; Ward; Wilford; Hippisley; Deringe; Colpepper; Beaumont.
-, Chancery Court at St. James' Church, 2, 59, 65, 78, 86, 128, 136.
-,-, steward of, 223.
-, commissioners for the passage at, 134, 197.
-, conference of the Cinque Ports at, 356.
-, court of shipway at, 363.
-, foreign refugees arriving at, 196, 200.
-, gestling at, 38, 39.
-, letters dated at, 81, 152, 208, 212, 242.
-, mayor of, 9, 119, 153, 200, 227. See also Lucas; Ward.
-,-, letter of, 191.
-,-, letters to, 13, 190, 192.
-, mayor and jurats of, 205, 213.
-,-, letters of, 22, 39, 67, 159, 182.
-,-, letters to, 3, 35, 49, 59, 66, 75, 128, 180, 197, 245.
-, merchant strangers in, 200.
-, pier and harbour of, 145, 146.
-,-, custom house to be provided on, 205.
-, prison, 10.
-, Queen at, 22.
-, records of, 127.
-, restraint of passage in, 221.
-, Road, 10, 97.
-, town clerk. See Raworth.
-, triers of trammel nets at, 135, 139.

Dowce, John, 62, 70.

Dowle, Stephen, town clerk of Hastings, 43.

Downe, Richard and Agnes his wife, 281.

Downing Street, letters dated at, 375, 503.

Downinge, William, 416.

Downs:
-, the, 22, 51, 70, 71, 76, 119, 188, 190, 219, 402, 457.
-, commander-in-chief in. See Young; Montague.
-, fleet in, 227.
-,-, general of. See Popham; Blake.
-, French refugees landed in, 55.

Doyly, Sir William, commissioner for Dutch prisoners, 465.

Draper:
-, Richard, award of, 305.
-, Roger, 289, 300.
-, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 300.

Dreu, Loys le, 78.

Drewell, George, 385.

Drewse [Dreux] in France, 106.

Drury:
-, Ambrose, 151.
-, Sir Robert, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 438.
-, Lane, 203, 210.
-, Lane Theatre, 504.

Dryden, his play All for Love, 482.

Drynkwater, Elizabeth, depositions of, 108.

Drysdale, H., letter of, 366.

Duailly, Nicholas, 47.

Dublin, 117, 243.
-, letters dated at, 330, 338, 404.
-, riot in, 375.
-, St. Patrick's Cathedral, 404.
-, dean of. See Swift.

Dubourg, Marquis, 495.

Duboys, M., 36.

Ducke, William, collector of duties for Light House at Rye, 232.

Dudeson, Harry, 325.

Dudley, co. Worcester, charters of, 279.

Dugard:
-, Emanuel, 155.
-, John, 172, 179.
-, Joseph, 179.
-,-, safe conduct for, 222.
-, Vincent, 47, 62.

Dugrange, Nicholas, 60, 62.

Dulvestier, Earl of. See Mortimer.

Dumdarricke in Ireland, 118.

Dun, Don:
-, Sir Daniel, 382.
-, Thomas, bailiff of Hereford, 298.

Duncomb, Mr., 479.

Dundas:
-, Henry, 497.
-, letter of, 498.
-, R., letter signed, 505.
-, Robert, chief baron of the Exchequer of Scotland, 505.
-, Robert, keeper of the Signet in Scotland, 505.

Dunham, Robert de, grant by, 423.

Dunkirk, 53, 54, 83, 231, 232.
-, burgomaster of, letters to, 53, 59, 83.
-, fleet in aid of the French King at, 189.

Dunkirkers:
-, the, 183, 186, 191.
-, ships taken by, 183.

Dunne, Henry, master of a passage boat of Rye, 138.

Dunning, Donnynge:
-, John, 52, 60.
-,-, mayor of Rye, proclamation by, 20.
-,-, his deputy. See Gaymer.

Duns, Mr. 157.

Dunville, Sir William, letter of, 496.

Dunwich, co. Suffolk, 443, 447, 451.

Duplis, Nicholas aud Mary his wife, their son imprisoned at Rye, 28.

Duport:
-, Aumon, letter to, 58.
-,-, report of, on Rye harbour, 53.

Duppa, John, 308.

Durham:
-, document dated at, 286.
-, bishop of. See Pudsey.

Durrante, Edward, 355.

Dusseville, Bonaventure and his wife, 6.

Dussieur, Danell, 222.

Dutch:
-, the. See Holland.
-, East India Company, 383.
-, ship, salvage of a, 388.
-, ships, captured, 394.

Dutton:
-, Sir Ralph, his regiment, 348.
-, William, 254.

Duvall, Stephen, 62.

Dyamon, Johan and Robert, 430.

Dynbiogh, letter dated at, 303.

Dyny, John, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.

E

Eades, Allen, warrant to, 243.

Earl Marshal. See Arundel.

Early Deeds, 354, 379–381, 410, 411, 421 433.
-, list of persons named in, 422, 423.

East India Company, the, 374, 375, 383, 497, 498, 506.
-, letter, to, 498.
-, petition to, 506.
-, state of territories and finances of, 498.

East Indies, the, 402.

Eastnor, co. Hereford, 342.

Easton, Daniel, 355.

Easton Mauduit, letter dated at, 372.

East Ports:
-, the, 87, 355.
-, letter to mayor, bailiffs and jurats of, 194.
-, meeting of, at Dover, 87.
-, names of, 157.

Eaton, co. Salop, 249.

Eaton:
-, George, chamberlain of London, 41.
-, Nicholas, deputy of the Lord Warden, letter of, 196.

Eaton Hastings, co. Berks, 399.
-, Eccles, co. Norfolk, 430.
-, Ecclesham, co. Sussex, 216.
-, Ecclesiastes, Book of, 208.
-, Ecclesiastical judges and civil lawyers, petition of, 383.
-, Eckeley, Walter, subdean of Hereford, judgment of, 303.
-, Eden Farm, letter dated at, 498.

Edgefield:
-, co. Norfolk, 407, 408, 412, 416, 430.
-, Buttes or Prior, 431.

Edgehill, battle of, 348, 508.

Edinburgh, 71.
-, George I. proclaimed in, 366.
-, Theatre Royal, memorial relating to, 505.

Edinburgh, bishop of, 507.

Edline, William, letter of, 393.

Edmondes:
-, Robert, 204.
-,-, examination of, 203.
-, T., 444.
-,-, letters of, 158, 448.
-, Thomas, 383.

Edmonds:
-, Charles, 398.

Eliza, letter of, 398.

Edmondthorpe, co. Leicester, 478.

Ednop, 262.

Edolf, Edolphe:
-, Thomas, baron of Rye, 81, 61, 80, 107.
-,-, mayor of Rye, 85, 86.
-,-, report of, 85.

Edward I.:
-, King, charters of, 284, 285, 354.
-,-, II., charters of, 285, 286.
-,-, III., charters of, 286, 287, 354.
-,-, IV., charters of, 143, 287.
-,-, VI., charters of, 127, 241, 287, 314, 381.

Edward:
-, Duke of Kent, letters of, 498, 503.
-, William, grant to, 380.

Edwardes:
-, John, 250.
-, Mr., a solicitor, 128, 160.
-, Captain William, safe conduct for, 59.

Edwards, Cristover, 318.

Edwardston, co. Suffolk, warrant to churchwardens and overseers of, 439.

Egerton:
-, Thomas, Solicitor General, member of council of the Marches, 247.
-,-, Lord Keeper, 128.
-,-, Lord Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor, letters of, 255, 257.
-,-, letter to, 257.
-, John, his son, Earl of Bridgewater, Lord President of the Marches, 277.
-,-, letters of, 277, 278, 279.
-,-, petitions to, 277, 278.

Egham, letter dated at Great Foster House, 372.

Egmere, co. Norfolk 410, 416, 429, 431.

Egypt, Little, 310.

Elden Hole, 476.

Elector Palatine:
-, the, 436.
-, his wife, daughter of James I., 436. See also Bohemia.

Elingworth, Giles, 22.

Elizabeth:
-, Queen, 8, 12, 13, 23, 28, 52, 59, 63, 89, 90, 104, 106, 107, 109, 111, 118, 120, 123, 125, 148, 152, 154, 167, 241, 250, 252, 279, 326, 331, 358, 393, 395, 430, 471.
-,-, charters of, 287, 355, 362.
-,-, commissioners for her household causes, 125.
-,-, coronation of, 127.
-,-, letters, &c. of, 13, 14, 22, 41, 92, 247 (2), 248 (2), 249, 253.

Ellerton, William de, parson of Thursford, 425.

Ellesmere, Lord. See Egerton.

Elliott, Eliot:
-, John, 331, 334.
-, Sir John, 420, 470, 471.

Ellys, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 360.

Elmham:
-, North, co. Norfolk, 410, 412, 414, 416, 432.
-,-, fisheries in, 423.

Elmrigge, Roger de, sheriff of Hereford, 297.

Elson, John, 63.

Elton, manor of, 290.

Eltonhead, —, justice, 395.

Elwes, Ger., deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 465.

Ely:
-, co. Cambs, 379.
-, lord lieutenant of isle of, 444.
-, bishop of, 295. See also Longo Campo.

Ely House, letter dated at, 274.

Embden, 16, 18.
-, Grave of, 10.

Emerall, co. Flint, 249.

Emery:
-, Ezechiell, 35.
-, George, chamberlain of Rye, 130.

Emperor, the, 441.

Empson, Robert, churchwarden of Great Ryburgh, 430.

Engagement, the, 395.

Englefield, Thomas, justice of the Common Pleas, 428.

Engleys, A. le, 296.

English Bicknor, co. Gloster, 290.

Englisshe, Simon, 428.

Engram, John, 43.

Ensham, co. Oxon, 384.

Ensinge, Thomas, jurat of Rye, 149.

Epictetus, 394.

Epitaphs, book of, 408.

Epworth, co. Lincoln, desecration of church of, 395.

Erbery, William, 395.

Erdisland, co. Hereford, 342.

Erdisley, co. Hereford, 342.

Erelon Mattenessey, Gwillauma de, 42.

Ernicht, or Arniet, family of, 291.

Ernyeht, Hugh, 291.

Erpingham:
-, Sir Robert de, knt., 423.
-, Sir Thomas de, knt., 424.

Erwin, —, 148.

Escheats and Forfeitures, accounts of, to be called for from sheriffs, 388.

Espinola, a Spaniard, 120.

Esprinkyn, Fraric son of Roger, grant by, 379.

Esquerdes, Lord of, 42.

Essex:
-, county, 14, 131, 156, 189, 406, 409, 420, 440, 441, 443.
-, meeting of gentlemeu of, 366.
-, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 100, 101, 118, 123, 360, 383.
-,-, letter of, 338.
-,-, his secretary. See Reynolds.
-, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 386, 388, 403, 441, 497.
-,-, committee of Parliament with, 403.
-, Sir Thomas, letter to, 388.

Essington, John, 276.

Estampes, 389.

Estcourt, Sir Thomas, 270.

Estderham [East Dereham], co. Norfolk, 429.

Esterlings, the, 10.

Estker:
-, Nicholas son of Aylmer de, 421.
-, Roger de, 422.

Estlee, Sir Ralph de, knt., 423.

Estmore, letter dated at, 319.

Etkelman, John, 296.

Eton, 398.
-, letters dated at, 365.
-, College, 498.

Eton, Walter, prior of St. Guthlac's, Hereford, 299, 330.

Eton Tregoz, co. Hereford, 342.

Eu in Normandy, 486.

Eure:
-, Sir Francis, 251, 255.
-,-, chief justice of North Wales, 257, 258, 262, 264.
-,-, letters of, 261.
-, Ralph, Lord, Lord President of the Marches, 251, 254, 255, 256, 257.
-,-, letters of 254, 257.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 253, 254, 255.
-, Sampson, King's attorney in Wales, 268, 277.

Eustace, Sir Maurice, lord chancellor of Ireland, 496.

Evans:
-, Griffith, 248.
-, John, 261.
-, John, petition of, 346.
-, Thomas, attorney of council in the Marches, 248.
-, Roger, sheriff of Monmouth, 270.

Evelin, George, 90.

Evengeob, co. Radnor, 339.

Evered, Mr., 444.

Everisley, letter dated at, 328.

Evernden:
-, ,82, 83.
-, Robert, 364.

Evesham, co. Worcester, 269.

Ewelme. See Wallingford.

Ewenny, St. Michael's priory, 308.

Ewer, Joseph, curate of St. Mary le Strand, petition of, 384.

Exanta, Sondaye, 63.

Excetour, —, a monk, 301.

Exchequer, the, 111, 123, 160, 242, 244, 250, 269, 293, 294, 466.
-, allowance from, for the gunner of Rye, 181.
-, chancellor of, 451.
-, chief baron of, 71, 269. See also Walter.
-, order of, 277.
-, Red Book of, 127, 377.
-, seal of, 411.
-, standard weights provided by, 337.
-, treasurer, chancellor, &c. of, warrant to, 253.

Excise, the, 348, 397.

Exeter, letter dated at, 316.

Exton, James, arrest of quakers in house of, 350.

Eye, co. Suffolk, 438.

Eyre, Colonel William, petition of, 396.

Eyton, co. Hereford, 291.

Eyton:
-, Kenrick, justice of council in the Marches, 280.
-, Thomas, receiver of fines in council in the Marches, 259.

F

Faccombe in Normandy, 62.

Fagge:
-, John, 23.
-,-, mayor of Rye, inquisitions taken before, 60, 62.
-,-, letter of, 69.
-,-, letter to, 63.
-, John, one of the Committee for Sussex, 216.
-,-, letter of, 232.
-,-, letters to, 217.
-, Sir John, letter to, 239.

Fairefeld, Philip, 29.

Fairfax:
-, Sir T., 394.
-, Lord, 396.

Fakenham Espes, co. Suffolk, 425.

Faks, William, bailiff of Hereford, 290.

Falconer, Major Richard, 396.

Falke:
-, John, mayor of Hereford, 299.
-, Nicholas, mayor of Hereford, 300.

Falloise, Christopher, his household, 6.

Falloys, Michell, of Rye, 59.

Family of Love, the, 70.

Fane:
-, Sir Francis, commissioner of sewers for Rye, 131.
-, Thomas, afterwards Sir Thomas, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 98, 110, 125, 127.
-,-, letters of, 95, 96, 97 (3), 100, 110, 113, 119, 123 (2), 124, 125, 126, 133, 134.
-,-, letters to, 90, 91, 93 (2), 98, 105, 110, 116, 119, 120, 129 (2), 134 (2).

Fann, Sir H., 212.

Fanshaw, Sir Thomas, and Thomas his son, 397.

Farelight Beacon, 34.

Farely, John, 251.

Faringdon, 387, 403.
-, letter dated at, 384.

Farleigh, co. Sussex, 149.

Farley, 131.

Farley:
-, Captain, 217.
-, Robert, of Rye, 24, 60.

Farmon, co. Cork, letter dated at, 384.

Farner, Peter, 179.

Farre, Roger, 319.

Fast, a public, 240.

Faukeham, William de, 285.

Faversham, 22, 128, 138, 157, 160.
-, mayor and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters to, 59, 201.

Fawconer, William, 20.

Fawkener, Sir Thomas, servant to Sir George Cornewall, 318.

Febure, Jan le, and his wife, 6.

Feckenham Forest, co. Worcester, deputy ranger of, 256.

Felde, John de la, 292.

Felton, 300.

Felton:
-, Sir Anthony, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 435.
-,-, warrant of, 435.
-, Sir Henry, bart., deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 441, 467.
-, Sir Thomas de, knt., 424, 426.
-,-, Joan, wife of, 424, 425, 426, 427.
-,-, Thomas, son of, 424, 426.
-,-, Sibil and Mary, daughters of, 424.
-,-, his tomb at Walsingham, 424.

Felton family, the, 410.

Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia, 371.

Fermour, Lady Katherine, 429.

Ferrall. See Verrall.

Ferrers, John Devereux, Lord, 305.

Ferror, Richard, vicar of Geyst, 428.

Ferryer. See Veryer.

Feyr Jenet, Joan called, 300.

Fidoe, William, 271.

Fiennes, Sir Edward, 383.

Fifteenths and Tenths, grant to Cinque Ports out of, 241.

Figue, Pierre, 89.

Finch:
-, Heneage son of Sir Moyle, burgess to Parliament for Rye, 135, 162.
-,-, letter to, 146.
-, John, 204.
-, Serjcant, 212.

Fincham, 430.

Fire hearths and stoves, Act for revenue on, 245.

Firfax, Jordan, 201.

Fisher:
-, Ed., letter of, 389.
-, John, 384.
-,-, his house at Longworth, 383.
-,-, letter of, 383.
-,-, letter to, 383.
-, Oliver, 33.
-, Richard, letter of, 384.

Fissenden, Captain, 216, 217.

FitzGarret, Edward, 413.

FitzGerald, —, nephew of Lord Bristol, 376.

FitzHugh, William, 422.

FitzJames, Colonel, letter to, 387.

Five Ports. See Cinque Ports.

Flanders, 18, 30, 31, 54, 55, 59, 119, 149, 153, 182, 201, 232, 292, 362, 393.
-, expected invasion from, 447.
-, West, English, prisoners in, 186.

Flecher, Mr., of Rye, 66.

Fleet, John, Queen's attorney in Wales and the Marches, 251, 253, 254.

Fleet prison, 256.

Fleetwood:
-, Charles, Lord, Lord Warden and constable of Dover Castle, 235.
-,-, letters to, 222, 225, 232, 233.
-, Sir William, recorder of London, 41.
-, Lieutenant-General, 394.

Flemings, the, 10, 48.

Flemmyng, Sir Thomas, 313.

Flemyng, Lord, treasonable speeches by one of his retinue, 14.

Flemyng, alias Carver, John, 314.

Fletcher:
-, Doctor, chancellor of Chichester Cathedral, 81.
-, Richard, M.A., fellow and president of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 45.
-,-, his father, 52.
-,-, vicar of Rye, 46, 47, 52, 61, 80.
-,-, bishop of Worcester, letter of, 107.
-,-, letters to, 107 (2).
-, Thomas, of Rye, will of, 1.
-,-, Bridget, his wife, 1.

Flete, Roger atte, and Dionysia his wife, grant by, 380.

Fletewoode, J., 387.

Flint county, 261, 270, 277.
-, justice of, 257.
-, sheriff of, 271.

Flodden, battle of, 306.

Florentine:
-, Francini, and Imperia his wife, 33.
-, Thomas de Nicolao, 33.

Florey, Fleury:
-, Matthew, 63, 66.
-,-, petition of, 72.

Flouer, John, bailiff of Hastings, 355.

Flower, William, king of arms, 421.

Fludd, Sir Thomas, 95.

Flushing, 1, 27, 31, 51, 188, 232, 390. judges of Admiralty at, 232.

Foley, Thomas, M.P. for Hereford, 352.

Folkes, Mr., president of Royal Society, 494.

Folkestone, co. Kent, 22, 60, 76, 157, 190.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, mayor of See Holidaye.
-, mayor and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters to, 59, 125, 139, 152, 203.

Foote, the actor, 504.

Forces, disbanding of the, 236.

Ford, David, 222.

Fordwich, 157.
-, mayor and jurats of, 205.

Forelands, North and South, lighthouses on, 202.

Forest, Geoffrey, dean of, certificate of, 303.

Forestallers and ingrossers of corn, 116, 121.

Forestier, Jean le, 88, 89.

Formosus, Paul, 109.

Fort, Matilda le, 380.

Fortescue:
-, Captain Henry, 141.
-, John, letter of, 249.

Fort St. George [Madras], 506.
-, letters dated at, 498, 499.

Foster:
-, Robert, his wife and her sister, 125.
-,-, letter of, 166.

Fotherby:
-, Captain, 385.
-, Thomas, commissioner for Duke of Buckingham's estate, 173, 174, 176, 190.

Fouc, Sir Robert, 293.

Foule, John, letter of, 196.

Fourbour, Joan wife of William le, 302.

Fourneaux, —, voyage of, 373.

Fowle:
-, Edward, son of, 63.
-, Anthony, sheriff of Sussex, letter of, 204.

Fowler:
-, Nicholas, recognisance of, 2.
-,-, pilot of Rye, 90.
-, Richard, 254.
-, Robert, 16.
-, William, 248.
-,-, sheriff of Radnor, 271.

Fownhope, 290.

Fowtrell:
-, Richard, and his wife, 107.
-,-, jurat of Rye, 141.

Fox, Foxe:
-, Charles, secretary of South Wales, 247, 263, 335.
-, Sir Edward, 251, 268.
-, Jane, grant by, 281.
-, Colonel John, petition of, 395.
-, Sir Richard, 251, 270, 272, 277.
-, Sir Stephen, 467.
-, Thomas, letter of, 389.
-, William, and Jane his wife, 281.

Foxery, William, examination of, 245.

Foxhil, co. Norfolk, 426.

Foxhilbotme, 422.

France and the French, 7, 15, 18, 21, 22, 23, 30, 32, 33, 36–39, 47–51, 55, 62, 80, 88, 99, 103, 105–107, 113, 115, 118, 119, 126, 132, 143, 148, 153, 167, 168, 179, 181–183, 187, 188, 193, 201, 208, 212, 220, 221, 222, 224–226, 348, 362, 363, 374, 376, 395, 396, 404, 415, 487–491, 496, 497, 507.
-, ambassador from, to England, 129, 143, 221, 384.
-,-, interference of, in English politics, 376.
-, ambassador to, from England. See Dale.
-, army of, 387.
-, English troops in, 229.
-,-, return of, 91, 92, 95, 100, 101, 105, 106.
-, fishermen of, 131, 139, 159.
-,-, complaints against, 133, 136, 137, 142, 143, 157, 158, 241.
-,-, complaints of, 235.
-,-, licence for, to fish on English coast, 141, 144, 148, 240, 242.
-, King of, 180, 189, 235, 366; see also Charles; Henri; Louis.
-,-, his Exchequer, 486.
-, Kings of, 419, 491.
-, leaguers of, 96, 97, 106.
-, peace with, 192.
-, ships of, 90, 180, 187, 192.
-, sister of the Queen of, 107.
-, wine of, 66, 397.

France, Isle of, 490.

Franclen, Jenkin, 262.

Franke, Edward, 355.

Frankelin, Henry le, 380.

Frankelin:
-, Dr., agent for Pennsylvania, 499.
-, Sir John, 173.

Frankling, Alexander, and Agnes his wife, 429.

Franquen, Jaques, of Rye, bond of, 90.

Freake, Edmund, bishop of Worcester, 247.

Frederick:
-, Duke of York, letter of, 498.
-, the Great, King of Prussia, 375.
-,-, sketch of his court, 367–371.

Freebody, Thomas, warrant of, 202.

Freebooters and pirates, 2, 7, 8, 10, 12, 32, 34, 38, 39, 44, 50, 51, 59, 60, 62, 65, 70, 72, 78, 79, 122, 131, 152–155, 218.
-, commissioners for reformation of disorders by, 65. See also Hawkins; Winter.

Freeman, Sir Ralph, 448.

Freeme, Walter, depositions of, 344.

Freman, Mr., M.P. for Hertford county, 366.

Fremlyn, George, and his wife, 111.

French:
-, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 360.
-, William, 110.

French Revolution, the, 506.

Frencham, Stephen, 155.

Freueuse, Master Pierre de, councillor of French King, 89.

Frewen:
-, John, minister of Northiam, 133.
-,-, letter of, 156.
-,-, letter to, 157.

Friesland, West, 1.

Fridericksdorf, —, secretary to Frederick the Great, 370.

Frost, James, 385.

Frottier, Frotier, John, and Helen his wife, 6, 77.

Fryer, Thomas, chandler, 386.

Fryes, James, 1.

Fulcer, Robert, 294.

Fulham:
-, co. Middlesex, 407.
-, church of, 407.

Fulke:
-, Robert, 293.
-, Sir Robert, 294.

Fullerton, James, 262.

Fulmerston, co. Norfolk, gild of St. Erasmus, 427.

Funnell, John, 116.

Fuster, John, mayor of Hereford, 300.

Fyncham, John, Thomas, and William, 430.

Fynes, Margaret, sister of Lord Dacre, 365.

Fysher, John, lease of, 381.

Fyssher:
-, Henry, town clerk of Maidstone, 49.
-, Richard, priest, 427.

Fystner, Robert, 306.

Fytton:
-, co. Norfolk, manor of, 416.
-, Edward, 254.

G

Gage, Lieutenant-General, governor of Massachusetts bay, 501.

Gaillon:
-, seat of archbishop of Rouen at, 488.
-, Carthusian convent near, 489.

Galmer, John, jurat of Rye, 149.

Galon, Robert, his heirs, 426.

Game, preservation of, 336.

Garboldisham, co. Norfolk, 410, 414, 415, 418.

Gardeine, Robin de, 35.

Gardener, James, 60.

Gardens, 498.

Gardino, Reg. sub., 380.

Gardyner, Richard, custos of vicars choral of Hereford, 291.

Garmons, Garnons, John, 328, 331.

Garnett, Richard, 428.

Garnons, Luke, 336.

Garrick, David, 374.

Garstone, Esther, 289.

Garter, Order of the, 366, 405, 419.

Garway, 342.

Gascony, wine of, 84, 429.

Gatamomole (?), Giaeomo, and his wife, 33.

Gatele:
-, Ralph de, 422.
-,-, grant by, 422.

Gateley, co. Norfolk, 410, 412, 423, 424, 432.
-, fishery in, 422.

Gaunter:
-, John le, 293–295.
-, Roger le, 294.

Ganrard, William, 60.

Gawdy, Gaudy, Sir Charles, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 467, 468.

Gawey, James, letter of, 311.

Gaymer, Geymer:
-, Henry, jurat and baron to Parliament of Rye, 10, 23, 24, 48, 64, 75, 85, 87, 111.
-, letters of, 32 (3), 33 (2), 37.
-, petition to, 18.
-,-, mayor of Rye, letters of 89, 94, 95.
-,-, letters to, 88, 95 (2).

Gaysle, vicar of, 429.

Gebons, Hugh, recorder of Hereford, 315.

Geddes, Mayor, 482.

Gee:
-, Edward, curate of Playden, 204.
-, Randolph, letter of, 203.

Geers, Timothy, 351.

Geery, William, 363.

Geffrey, Matthew, mayor of Hereford letter to, 329.

Genoa, letter dated at, 389.

George I., King, 365–367.

George, Prince of Wales:
-, afterwards George II., 365.
-, his Princess, 366, 367.

George III.:
-, King, 373, 497, 506.
-, letters of, 499–503.
-, petition to, 503.

George, Prince of Wales:
-, afterwards George IV., 373, 376, 505.
-, change of governors of, 374.

George:
-, Philip, petition of, 348.
-, William, 318.

Gerard, William, lord chancellor of Ireland, letter of, 329.

Gerderlande, 42.

Gernemue, John de, 292.

Gerrard:
-, Charles, 254.
-, Sir Gilbert, 254.
-, Sir Thomas, bart., 254.

Gerrett, Thomas, 222.

Gery, John, 338.

Gest, Edmond, 15.

Gestlinge, co. Sussex, 75. See Guestling.

Geyst, 423, 424, 428. See also Guist. Little, 423.

Geyton, Thomas, 427.
-, will of, 414.

Geytone, Regin. de, 379.

G. H., letter signed, 373.

Gibbes, Edward son of John, grant by, 354.

Gibbon:
-, Colonel Robert, letters to, 230, 236.
-,-, his regiment, 233, 234.
-, Stephen, 364.

Gibbridge, Gilbridg, Richard, jurat of Rye, 149, 155.

Gibbs, Griveth, porter of court of the Marches, 271.

Gibbys, Roger, 314.

Gibraltar:
-, letter dated at, 372.
-, commander of Spanish lines at, 372.

Gibson, John, 431.

Gienily, Gedevilo, Genebelli, Jenabell; Frederick, his plan to restore Rye harbour, 99–101, 105, 106, 108, 110.

Gifford, Giffard, Jefford:
-, Emanuel, burgess to Parliament for Rye, 158, 163, 173.
-,-, letter of, 158.

Gildon, George, 385.

Giles, John, 346.

Gilford. See Guildford.

Gilford, Sir Henry, 205.

Gillam, John, 321.

Gille, John, churchwarden of St. Clement's, Hastings, grant by, 355.

Gilliart:
-, Claudius, 224, 229.
-, Louis, 218, 221, 224, 229.

Gipping, co. Suffolk, 428.

Gipps:
-, George, receiver of the Royal Aid in Suffolk, 468.
-,-, letter to, 468.
-, Mr., 348.
-, Thomas, petition of wife of, 388.

Gisborn, Mr., 478.

Gisors, Morguy Bailliage de, 89.

Giuliano, Francesco, 33.

Glamorgan, 290.

Glamorgan county, 248, 261, 329.
-, sheriff of, 271, 295.
-, sheriff and escheator for, 264.

Glastonbury, letter dated at, 208.

Glemham:
-, Sir Henry, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 435, 437, 441, 449.
-,-, letter of, 451.
-, Sir Thomas, 452.

Gloria:
-, Vincent, 39, 62.
-, Jane his wife, 39.

Glosthorp, mill called Londmilne in, 379.

Gloucester, 293, 312, 336, 340, 348.
-, bishop of, 249. See also Goodmar.
-, Cathedral, 353.
-, governor of, 393.
-, letter dated at, 312.
-, mayor of. See Garnons.
-, mayor and aldermen of, letter of, 336.
-, St. Peter's Abbey, 309.
-, abbot of, 294.
-,-, his clerk, 300.
-, William, abbot of, 308.

Gloucester county, 261, 264, 270, 393.
-, letter to sheriff of, 252.

Gloucester, Countess of, 295.

Gloucester, Duke of, death of, 365.

Glover:
-, Sir John, 300.
-, Sir Thomas, offers to make a haven at Hastings, 360.

Glyn, Evan, 268.

Glynde, letters dated at, 223 (2), 228, 232, 236, 238, 240.

Godbould, Serjeant, 458.

Godderd, Anthony, letter to, 17.

Goddyn, Richard, 60.

Gode, John, 306.

Goderich, Castle, seneschal of, 292.

Godfrey, Francis, 99, 100.

Godknave, William, bailiff of King's rents at Hereford, 293, 297.

Godwin:
-, Francis, bishop of Hereford, 264.
-, Thomas, dean of Canterbury, letter of, 5.

Godwina [Godiva], Lady, legend of, 471.

Godwyn:
-, Margaret, will of, 304.
-, Sibilla, daughter, and Thomas, John, and William ap Gli sons of, 304.

Goetgebuer, Claude, 42.

Golde, William, 45.

Golden Grove, 280.

Goldnier Thomas, 122.

Goldsmyth, John, bailiff of Hereford, 291.

Goldspur hundred, 240.

Gollett, Goullette:
-, Nicholas, 35
-,-, depositions of, 51.

Gonson. See Gunstone.

Goodall, Dr., 498.

Goodman:
-, Godfrey, bishop of Gloucester, 251.
-, John, 300.

Goodrich, co. Hereford, 342.

Goodwin:
-, Arthur, 462.
-, George, depositions of, 208.
-, Ralph, deputy secretary and clerk of council in the Marches, 274.
-, R., 276.

Goodwood, co. Sussex, 26.

Goodwyn, Robert, 7.

Gore, John, lord mayor of London, 273.

Goringe, Lord, Master of the Horse to Queen Henrietta Maria, 275, 276.
-, his deputies, 276.

Gormers, Gerdte, depositions of, 15.

Gosnold, Mr., 451.

Gostrowe, hundred, 34, 240.

Gott, Samuel:
-, letter of, 243.
-, letter to, 226.

Goullette. See Gollet.

Gouiston, William, 339.

Gourdon, Mr., 396.

Gowrie, Earl of, 130.

Graft, Elias, 22.

Grafton, letter dated at, 253.

Grafton:
-, Duke of, letter of, 372.
-, Mr., 69.

Graines, Mr., letter to, 174.

Granby, Marquess of, letter of, 372.

Grant, Charles. See Vaux.

Gravelines, 221.

Gravesend:
-, co. Kent, 211, 365.
-, letter dated on board James at, 235.

Graye, Lord, 440.

Graymont, Captain. See Boysant.

Graynger, Thomas, 306.

Gray's Inn, 146, 151, 187, 389.
-, letter dated at, 187.

Great Northern Road, the, 481.

Great Seal, the, 17, 98, 123, 150, 260, 411.

Grebell, Allen, jurat of Rye, 228.

Greeks, the, 419.

Greencloath, Board of, 77, 140.
-, letter of, 130.
-, letters to, 102, 438.

Greene, —, mayor of Chester, 118.

Greeneley, Owen, clerk to Sir R. Dutton's regiment, 348.

Greeneway, Peter, 5.

Greenvill, Richard, letter of, 462.

Greenwich:
-, co. Kent, 365, 372.
-, The Court at, letters dated from, 96, 117, 196.
-, letters dated at, 4, 59, 96, 109, 111, 132 (2), 194, 247–249, 252, 255, 257, 270, 278, 325, 332.

Gregge, Grigge, John, rector of Little Birches, ex-communicated, 308.

Gregory ap Rees, his bowling alley, 325.

Grenaway, Thomas, taken by the Turks, 172.

Grendon, Thomas de, 291.

Grendon Bishop, co. Hereford, 342.

Grene:
-, Edward, letter of, 304.
-,-, Jane his wife, 304.
-, Edward and Simon, 416.
-, Elizabeth, 66.
-, Harry, 324, 325.
-, John del, 423.
-, Laurence, 201.
-, Mr., M.P. for Hereford, 328.
-, Richard, chaplain, 311.
-, Thomas, 28, 34 (2).

Grenewood, Richard:
-, chaplain to the Lord Admiral, preacher of Rye, 82, 98, 99.
-, chaplain to bishop of Worcester, 107.

Grenville, Lord, letter of, 503.

Gressham, Sir Thomas, knt., 429.

Grevile, His Honour, 480.

Greville:
-, Charles, 497.
-,-, letter of, 498.
-, Colonel, 505.

Grevyle, Grevill:
-, Fulke, Queen's Secretary and clerk of council in the Marches, 249, 265.
-,-, Lord Booke, 252, 261, 274.
-,-, his deputies, 252.
-,-, letters of, 252, 255.
-,-, letter to, 252.

Grey, Edward, 414.
-, letter of, 383.

Griffin, Henry, schoolmaster at Longworth, 391.

Griffith, John, 290.

Griffithe, John, secretary to Earl of Northampton, letter to, 146.

Griffiths ap Ivan, 260.

Grile, Monsieur de la, and his wife, 120.

Grindy, —, 274.

Grono ap Jevan, 299.

Grosvenor, Hamo, 380.

Grosvenor Square, letter dated at, 372.

Groten, co. Suffolk, warrant to churchwardens and overseers of, 439.

Grotener, John de, clerk, 379.

Groyne, the, 118, 119.

Gruff, Griffithes, alias Barbor, Roger, 248. letter of, 248.

Gruffin ap Jornard, 290.

Gruffith:
-, Griffeth, Piers, messenger of Council in the Marches, 252, 256.
-, Griffith, David Morgan, 262, 263.

Gruffythe, Roger, 324.

Grunnok, Richard, priest, 427.

Guernsey, island of, 62.

Guestling:
-, co. Sussex, church of, 363.
-, hundred of, 34.

Guienne, 318.
-, and Lancaster, Duke of, 426.

Guildford, co. Sussex, 90, 99.
-, ferrymen of, 175.
-, Sir Thomas, knt., letter of, 29.
-,-, letter to, 37.

Guilford, Lord, letter of, 498.

Guinea, 38.

Guise, Duke of, 14.

Guist, co. Norfolk, 410, 412. See also Geyste.

Gunnell, Robert, 416.

Gunpowder Plot, the, 132, 133, 170.

Gunstone, Gonson, Benjamin, treasurer of the Admiralty, 8, 11, 12. order of, 94.

Gunter:
-, Major, 403.
-, Thomas, petition of, 396.

Gunthorp, co. Norfolk, 427.

Gurdeler, Ralph le, 296.

Gwithur, 255,

Gwyn, Jane, a ward, 262, 263.

Gybbes, John, 324.

Gybbons, Thomas, 306.

Gyll, William, 99.

Gyllam, Robert, parish clerk of Rye, 120.

Gymel, Roger, 380.

Gynney. See Guinea.

H

Habeas Corpus, writs of, 251, 268, 271.

Habyngton, William, 397.

Hackluet, John, 312.

Haddes, Mr., 140.

Haddon, letter dated at, 376.

Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, 458.

Hagborn, West, co. Berks, 380.

Haigh, letter dated at, 376.

Hailes, —, bailiff of Tenterden, dispute of, with the corporation, 116.

Haines, Thomas, 363.

Haize, Jaques de la, 89.

Hakelutel, Hakluyt:
-, Hugh, 291.
-, Sir Leonard, 299.

Hale:
-, Sir Edward, letter of, 196.
-, John, 299.

Hales:
-, Sir Edward, baron to Parliament for Hastings, 360.
-, Sir Nicholas, 141.

Haliday:
-, John, will of, 411, 423.
-,-, Agnes, wife, and Roger, son, of, 423.

Halifax, N. S., 373.

Halifax, Lord, 497.

Halinge, Lewis de, 383.

Hall:
-, Benedict, 397.
-, John, and Elizabeth his wife, 254.
-, Philip, 334.
-, Thomas, 302.

Halle:
-, Arthur, murder of, 19.
-, Hugh of the, will of, 294.
-, John, 330.
-, John of the, 294.

Halsey, Captain John, letter to, 172.

Halstead, co. Essex, chimney-piece from manor house at, 372.

Halys, Hales, Sir Stephen de, knt., 424, 425, 426.

Hambdin, Serjeant, 416.

Hamble, co. Hants, 122.

Hambleton, Marquis. See Hamilton.

Hamburg, 15, 18, 54, 66.

Hamenashe, Master Richard de, 295.

Hamilton, Marquis of, 194, 444, 457.

Hamiltone, Sir William de, 294.

Hammer, Henry, 354.

Hammett, Richard, 279.

Hammond, Colonel, governor of the Isle of Wight, 397.

Hamon, Hadmon, alias Carter, John, papist, 82.

Hamon, Thomas, mayor of Rye, 120.

burgess to Parliament for Rye, 134, 135.

Hamond:
-, Joan, wife of Thomas, 294.
-, John, petition of, 50.
-, Peter, 22.

Hampden, John, narrative of his death, 403.

Hampshire, 17.

Hampton Bishop, 352.

Hampton Court, 129.
-, letters dated at, 54, 55, 108, 129, 204, 253, 269, 274, 316, 445, 451, 461, 465.

Hampton, John, 335.

Hamtone, 306.

Hamtone, Thomas, 311.

Handbache, Thomas, 327.

Handel, Mr., 482.

Hangney, John, 141.

Hanmer:
-, Sir John, bart., 270.
-, Thomas, 276.

Hans, Dr., 365.

Hanson, Haunson, Hance, —, of Rye, 7, 27, 37.

Harbert:
-, Sir Charles, 204.
-, Mr., 471.

Harcourt, Simon, Lord, Lord Keeper, 496.

Hardwick, 290.

Hardyer, Captain, 229, 232.

Hare, Thomas, official of consistory court of Norwich, 428.

Harewell. See Harwell.

Harfleur in France, 89, 507.

Harford:
-, Dr. Brigstock, 349.
-, John, 320.
-, Mr., 337.
-, William, 122.

Hargraves, Edward, 498.

Harrington:
-, Sir John, 248, 249.
-, Mr., 400.

Harley:
-, Sir Edward, 403.
-, Mr., Privy Councillor, 495, 496.
-, Lord, 404.
-, Sir Robert, 270.
-, Thomas, 257, 261, 269.

Harley Papers, the, 403.

Harley Street, letters dated at, 373, 374, 375.

Harlingen, 1.

Harlston, letter dated at, 402.

Harmon:
-, John, letter to, 149.
-, Thomas, 37.

Harneyse:
-, Richard, will of, 411, 427.
-,-, Emma his wife and Robert his son, 427.

Harpley, co. Norfolk, 410.

Harrington, James, president of the Council, letter of, 220.

Harris:
-, Edward, 94.
-, Francis, 146.
-, Mr., 52.
-, Richard, rector of Great Ryburgh, 430.

Harrison:
-, Martin, 358.
-, Thomas, letter of, 183.
-, William, 389.

Harrold, Sander, 60.

Harry:
-, Allen, 62.
-, Andro, 63.

Harryes:
-, George, 330.
-, John, 397.

Harrys, Henry, 106.

Harryson, Stephen, 83.

Hart, Thomas and Susan, their child bewitched, 145.

Hartfield, co. Sussex, tithes of, 893.

Hartflett, William, 21.

Harthill:
-, co. Norfolk, 410, 430.
-, plan of, 417.

Hartington:
-, Manor, co. Derby, 394, 399.
-,-, park house of, 394.

Hartsmere hundred, co. Suffolk, 433, 436, 438.

Harvey, Thomas, attorney of court of the Marches, 269.

Harvie, Hervy, William, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 449, 461.

Harvy:
-, Patrick, 62.
-, John, raises a troop of horse for the king, 457.

Harvye:
-, Helen, 431.
-, Robert, will of, 411, 430.

Harwell:
-, or Prince's Harwell, co. Berks, 380, 381, 384.
-, steward of, 380.

Harwich, ship to be furnished by, for the King's service, 446, 448, 449.

Haskett, William, 317.

Haslewood, Francis, 263, 268.

Thomas and Elizabeth his wife, 268, 269.

Haslingfield, co. Cambs, 414.

Hastings, 8, 21, 38, 57, 58, 59, 60, 75, 76, 87, 106, 108, 126, 145, 157 (2), 190, 212, 230, 354–364.
-, admissions of freemen in, 363, 364.
-, assize of dossers of, 362.
-, bailiffs of, 354, 355, 358.
-, barons to Parliament for, 212, 357, 358, 360, 361.
-,-, wages of, 360.
-, beacon and watchhouse, 364.
-, captain of trained bands of, 360.
-, chamberlains, 354, 358.
-, chamberlains and pier wardens' accounts, 363.
-, charters of, 354, 355, 356, 362.
-, commissioners and clerks of passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, commissioners for the rape of, 214.
-, composition from Pevensey to, 355.
-,-, Winchelsea to, 356.
-, council of, 360.
-, court books, 355.
-, debt of, 358.
-, expected attack on, 361, 362.
-, fair not held because of the plague, 82.
-, fines on foreigners' lands in, 360.
-,-, jurats or freemen refusing to serve, 359.
-, fishermen of, fined for using improper nets, 124, 133, 135, 139, 142.
-, harbour, 76, 220, 360.
-, hundred court books, 355–363.
-, jurats of, 355–357, 359–361.
-, Lord Warden at, 363.
-, mayor of, 91, 357–359, 361.
-,-, his fee to cease, 358.
-, mayor, bailiffs, and jurats of, 80, 205.
-,-, letters of, 43, 56, 82, 139, 159, 165, 176, 220, 356–358, 360–363.
-,-, letters to, 3, 32, 35, 39, 56, 57, 59 (2), 75, 79, 125, 128 (2), 139, 144, 152, 197 (2), 203, 239, 242, 245, 354, 362.
-,-, pleas before, 355.
-,-, restrictions as to election of, 357, 360.
-, pier, 356, 357, 360, 361, 362.
-, pillory, 364.
-, quarter sessions for, 355.
-, right to wrecks, 358.
-, school house, 360, 362.
-, serjeant at the verge of, 358.
-, ship money assessed on, 198.
-, ships for the king's service from, 354, 356, 361.
-, tax in, for ammunition, 356, 361.
-, town clerk, 177. See also Dowle.
-, town gunner, 361.
-, water supply of, 360, 363.

Hastings, places in:
-, All Saints parish, 354–356, 362.
-,-, grants to churchwardens of, 354.
-, La Bourne, 354, 356, 360.
-,-, bailiffs of, 355, 358.
-, St. Clement's church, 356, 358, 360.
-,-, grant to, 355.
-, Court Hall, 356, 358, 359, 363, 364.
-, Goodman Coonbes, 108.
-, High Street, 355.
-, Hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, 354.
-, Hundred Court, 355, 359, 360.
-, Mawdlyn, 350.
-, Le Menewes, 355.
-, Priorie, proposed haven at, 361.
-, St. Margaret's parish, 354.
-, St. Mary of the Castle, parish of, 355.
-, Richard Adamys place, 354.
-, Sluice House, 357.
-, Tegill Wey, 355.

Hatfeld Chase, petition from those who drained level of, 395.

Hatton:
-, Sir Christopher, 247, 333.
-, Lucy, 414.

Hatton Street, Hatton Garden, 375.

Haughton, co. Chester, 276.

Haughton, James and William, 276.

Hauler, John, 300.

Haulock, Henry, 222.

Haultain, Lord of, 42.

Havard, Augu., wife of a J.P. for Gloucester, letter of, 393.

Havant, letter to bailiff and constables of, 15.

Havard:
-, John, and Sibill and Elizabeth, his sisters, 339.
-, Marten, safe conduct for, 32.
-, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 302, 323, 325.
-,-, M.P. for Hereford, 319, 320.
-,-, letter of, 327.
-,-, letter to, 318.

Haverfordwest, 272.

Haward, Martin, 60.

Hawkhurst, 46, 54.

Hawkins:
-, Cæsar, 271.
-, John, commissioner to reform disorders by freebooters, letter of, 17.
-,-, letter to, 17.
-, Sir John, order of, 94.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 348.

Haworth, Ri., 387.

Haxon hundred, co. Suffolk, 433, 436, 438.

Hay:
-, William, baron to Parliament for Rye, 228, 233.
-,-, letters of, 216 (2).
-,-, letters to, 214, 217, 220.
-, William de, 293.

Haya, William de, clerk of the Chancellor, 294.

Haye, Captain, 105.

Haylman, William, bailiff of Hastings, 354.

Haymarket Theatre, company of the, 504.

Haynes:
-, Serjeant, letter to, 54.
-, William, letter to, 54.

Hearne, Mr., 205, 206, 207.

Heath:
-, Captain, 234, 236.
-, Dr., 498.
-, John, 413.
-, Nicholas, bishop of Worcester, afterwards archbishop of York, letters of, 319, 320.

Heathcoate, Rowland, letter of, 391.

Heb, Thomas, 386.

Heblethwaite, Thomas, farmer of Rye vicarage, 94, 95.

Heigham:
-, Sir John, 416.
-,-, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 435, 441.
-,-, letter of, 440.
-,-, letter to, 437.

Helayne, Madame, 36.

Helboult, Roger, 50.

Helinge, Samuel, instructor of trained bands of Cinque Ports, 182.

Heliun, Sir Walter de, 292, 293, 294.

Heluncke, Dr., 42.

Hemelamstede, co. Norfolk, 410.

Hemmyng:
-, William, vicar choral of Hereford, 299.
-, William, clerk, 303.

Hempton priory, 407, 415.

Hendy, William, baron of Rye, 62.

Henleye, James de, canon of Hereford, 296.

Henri IV., King of France, 89, 101, 103, 107, 136, 138, 141, 144, 148, 372, 492.
-, his sister, 107.

Henri, prince of Prussia, 371.

Henrietta Maria, Queen, 461.
-, coronation of, 176.
-, her master of the horse. See Goringe.

Henrison, Gilles, 38.

Henry II., 487.

Henry III., 405.
-, charters of, 284–6.
-, letters patent of, 381.

Henry IV., charter of, 287.

Henry V., 507.

Henry VI., charter of, 287.

Henry VII., 111, 244, 250.

Henry VIII., 165, 183, 241, 260, 306.
-, charter of, 287.
-, writs of, 316, 317.
-, and his queen, coronation of, 129.

Henry ap Griffith, 290.

Henry:
-, Gruffith, 262.
-, Vincent, safe conduct for, 22.

Hentland, co. Hereford, 342.

Henwood, co. Warwick, 146.

Herbart, Sir John, 143.

Herbert:
-, Sir Edward, of Montgomery, 251.
-, George, letter of, 313.
-, John, Queen's secretary, 249.
-, Sir William, 377.
-, Sir William, of Swansea, 248, 249, 272.
-, William, 313.

Hereford city, 284–353, passim.
-, assizes at, 327.
-, bailiffs of, 287, 295, 297, 298.
-,-, rolls of, 292–301.
-, bakers of, 317, 348.
-, bishop of, 247, 331, 335, 337, 353. See also Westfaling; Bennett; Coke; Godwin; Cantilupo; Cherleton; Trefnant; Booth.
-,-, diocesan court of, 320.
-,-, letter to, 316.
-,-, his officers, 309.
-,-, Palace of, prison in, 326.
-,-, his steward, 296.
-,-, his vicar-general, faculty from, 353.
-,-, writ to, 325.
-, Black Book of, 289, 329.
-, blacksmiths of, petition from, 319.
-, burgesses to Parliament for, 318, 319, 328, 338, 340, 351. See also Havard; Bromwiche; Briggs; Grene; Meynours.
-,-, allowance to, not paid, 306, 307.
-, butchers of, petition from, 340.
-, cappers of, petition from, 322.
-, castle, 286, 344, 346.
-,-, king's pound anent, 309.
-, Cathedral church of St. Ethelbert, 299, 302, 314, 326, 327.
-,-, canons of, 296.
-,-, cemetery of, 302, 303, 304.
-,-, chapter house of, 320.
-,-, dean of, 293. See also Croft.
-,-, subdean of, 303.
-,-, thanksgiving service in, for birth of a son of Queen Mary, 321.
-,-, vicars choral of, 303, 304, 308, 317. letter of, 308.
-, chamberlains of, 330, 338. See also Carpenter; Mower; Davies.
-, charities in, 342.
-, charters of, 284–288, 317, 340.
-, College, 346.
-, common council, 306, 327, 353.
-,-, letters to, 350, 353.
-,-, orders of, 322, 330.
-, constables of, furnished with staves, 350.
-,-, presentment of, 351.
-, conventicles in, 352.
-,-, frequenters of, fined, 348, 350.
-, corporation, records of, 283.
-,-, registers of, 288, 289.
-, corporation of Goldsmiths and others in, 319, 323.
-, Corpus Christi pageants, 288, 304.
-, Council in the Marches at, 323–325, 337.
-, Court of Quarter Sessions, 286, 288.
-, disorders in, 330, 339, 351, 352.
-, documents dated at, 284, 287 (2), 305, 318, 327, 337.
-, fairs in, 284, 288, 353.
-, franchise of, 308.
-, Friars Minors of, 298, 299, 302, 304.
-, Friars Preachers of, 300, 302, 304.
-,-, prior of, 311.
-, fulling mills of, 322.
-, gild merchant for, 285.
-, gipsies in, 310.
-, governor of, 345, 346, 347.
-, Guildhall, to be used by choirs of Hereford, Gloucester, and Worcester, 353.
-, Henry III. prisoner in, 284.
-, inclosure of common lands at, 328.
-, incorporation of, 287.
-, libels dispersed in, 339, 348, 349.
-, market in, 323.
-,-, High Cross in, 341, 349.
-,-, ordinances for, 320, 330.
-, mayor, first use of title of, 286.
-, mayor of, 303, 306, 321, 333, 338. See also Reignolds; Cachepol; Skydmore; Chippenham; Mey; Falke; Fuster; Draper; Brynles; Havard; Honour; Phelipps; Cantourcelly; Meredith; Smothie; Welsh; Rawlins; Barkeley; Geffrey; Pryse; Bromwiche; Partriche; Davies; Maylard; Philpots; Church; Powell; Matthews.
-, account rolls of, 292–301, 340, 346.
-, letter of, 352.
-, letters, &c. to, 304, 306–309, 311, 313–316, 319, 320, 322, 323 327, 329, 331, 332, 335–337, 341, 347.
-, mayor and aldermen, letters to, 311, 331, 338, 339.
-, mayor and bailiffs, writ to, 313.
-, mayor and burgesses, letter to, 328.
-, mayor and justices, letters to, 331, 341.
-, murage at, 285, 297.
-, musician and head wait of, 337.
-, pontage at, 286.
-, porter of city gates, petition of, 352.
-, presentments, 300, 309, 311, 313, 317, 339, 341, 346–352.
-, recorder of, 315.
-, rolls of court of, 292–301.
-, recusants in, 352.
-, serjeants at mace, 330, 334, 350.
-, shoemakers of, petition from, 304.
-, siege of, by the Scots, 346–349.
-, steward of, 287, 327, 328, 331.
-, strangers trading in, complaint against, 317, 335.
-, subsidies in, 325, 330, 332, 337.
-, title deeds relating to, 290–292.
-, wardens of gilds in, 300.
-, weavers of, petition from, 335.
-, Welsh clothiers assaulted at, 327.

Hereford, places in:
-, All Saints' Church, 292, 300, 302–305, 307, 326, 353.
-, Almshouse, 338.
-, Barr's Bridge, 317.
-, Bishopsgate, 284, 292.
-, Bisters Gate, 338.
-,-, letter from prisoners in, 308, 325.
-, Bothhalle, 286, 308, 322.
-, Cabbage Lane, 290, 296, 300, 316.
-, Catherine Wheel Alehouse, 351.
-, Cokenrewe, 291.
-, Crowemore, 291.
-, Davyswalle Church, 326.
-, Elyntry Chapel, 305.
-, Fryerne Gate, 301, 351.
-, Green Lane, 341.
-, House for leprous persons, 314.
-, Malyery Street, 303.
-, Maylards Lane, 291.
-, Mercerierewe, 296.
-, Morefeld, 292.
-, Northgate, 290.
-, Portfield, 349.
-, St. Giles's Hospital, 315, 319, 342.
-, St. Guthlac's priory, 298–301.
-,-, Robert, prior of, 292.
-,-, sub prior of, 301.
-, St. John the Baptist's, 326, 341, 350.
-, St. Martin's Gate, 337, 338.
-, St. Martin's Church, 305.
-, St. Mary Magdalen's parish, 326.
-, St. Nicholas' Church, 296, 298, 305, 342, 351.
-,-, churchwardens of, 303.
-, St. Owen's Church, 299, 315, 341, 350.
-, St. Owen's Gate, 292.
-, St. Peter's Church, 296, 302, 306, 322, 326, 334, 350.
-,-, clerk of, 336.
-, Tolsend, 321.
-, Way Gate, 292.
-, Weybridge Gate, 290, 349.
-, Widemarshgate, 292, 349.
-, Widmarsh Street, 290, 292, 302, 304.
-, Widmarsh, 338.
-,-, common of, 318.
-, Wigmore Street, 341.
-, Wynmyllhylle Vicarage, 310.
-, Zizene, Ighene, Eigne, gate, 296, 338.

Hereford county, 247, 249, 252, 264, 270, 277, 297, 403, 462.
-, Commissioners for charitable uses in, 362.
-,-, letter to, 343.
-, Commissioners for Philip and Mary in, letter of, 320.
-, Commissioners of Array in, order of, 341.
-, forest of La Haye in, 286.
-, gaol of, 262, 302.
-, return of charities in, 342, 343.
-, sheriff of, 261, 262, 293, 294, 303, 319. See also Scudamore; Prise; Burnel; Burhulle; Solers; Pychard; Elmrigge; Brugge.
-,-, writ to, 310.
-, woodward of. See Croft.
-,-, letter to, 249.

Hereford, Viscount, 328.

Hereford:
-, Adam son of Hugh, 290.
-, Sir Richard de, 292.
-,-, his wife, 293.

Hertford Castle, 82.

document dated at, 286.

Hertford county, 366.

Hervy:
-, Lord, created Earl of Bristol, 366. See also Bristol.
-, Margaret, will of, 411.
-, Thomas, 309.
-, Thomas, letter of, 469.

Hervye, John, will of, 414.

Herwyntone, Adam de, justice, 297.

Hesse, Princess of, 371.

Heth near Wakefield, co. York, 105.

Heynes, Anne, passport for, 124.

Heyther, Robert, 53.

Heytman, Mark, master of a Swedish ship, 221.

Hicks:
-, Fabian, letter of, 388.
-, John, 317.

Higden, Ranulph, his Polychronicon, 418.

Higgins, Rowland, messenger of court of the Marches, 277.

Higgions, Thomas, mayor of Rye, letter to, 140.

Higham, letter dated at, 485.

High Commission Court, 83.
-, letters to, 49, 65, 67, 83.
-, order of, for arrest of persons within liberty of the Cinque Ports, 83.
-, warrant of, 383.

Highmeadow, 397.

Hill, Anthony, muster master of the Cinque Ports, 170.
-, John, letter of, 318.
-, Mrs., 496.
-, Richard, petition of, 309.

Hingham, Sir Ralph de, 294.

Hinton, co. Berks, certain residents in, exempt from tolls, 381.

Hippisley, Sir John, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 186.
-, his deputy, 190.
-, letters of, 173 (2), 174, 179, 181, 182, 184, 185, 187 (3), 188 (3), 190 (2).
-, letters to, 172 (3), 173, 176 (2), 178–181, 183–190, 192.

Hoadley, Edward, 220.

Hockwold, co. Norfolk, 410.

Hodges, Mary, accused of witchcraft, 346.

Hodgett, John and Robert, 279.

Hoggestone, free chapel of, 305.

Holand and Denmark, King of, 233.

Holborn, co. Middlesex, 144, 146.

Holcham, Thomas de, 379.

Holcote, Richard, pardon to, 381.

Holdernesse, Lord and Lady, 374.

Holdstock. See Holstocke.

Holiday, Robert, mayor of Folkeston, 22.

Holland and Hollanders, 22, 27, 42, 153, 191, 193, 208, 234, 245, 362, 367, 383, 388, 436, 495.
-, differences with, referred to arbitration, 226.
-, fight of at sea with Spaniards, 208.
-, fleet of, 465.
-, placard of, 86.
-, ships of, for the Queen's service, 125.
-, war with, 465, 466.

Holland:
-, a schoolmaster, 126.
-,-, Edward, letter of, 329.
-, John, 355.
-,-, letter of, 389.
-, Price or Piers, 277.

Hollingborne, letter dated at, 209.

Holme, co. Norfolk, 431.

Holme Lacy, co. Hereford, 286, 318. letters dated at, 318, 327.

Holmer, co. Hereford, 342. vicar of, 318, 320.

Holmes, Nathaniel, 155.

Holstocke, Holdstocke, William, controller of the Navy, 8, 11, 12.

Holt:
-, co. Norfolk, 410, 432.
-, hundred, 427, 430.

Holt, George, 106.
-, Thomas, petition of, 396.

Holt Park, co. Denbigh, 263.

Holtzwille, John de, 42.

Homwod, Francis, 156.

Hondy, William, 293.

Honour, George, mayor of Hereford, 306.

Honywod, John, 354.

Hooper, John, clerk and receiver of fines to council of the Marches, 252.

Hope under Dinmore, co. Hereford, 342.

Hopkins, Edward, Commissioner of the Admiralty, 228.

Hoppeleye, Thomas, 486, 487.

Horden, John, 385.

Hormer hundred, co. Berks, assessment of, 384.

Hornbey, Joseph, his house in Broad Street, 468.

Hornby, co. Lancaster, 397.
-, letter dated at, 399.

Horse, Master of the. See Somerset.

Horse Guards, letter dated at the, 498.

Horse Races, prohibition of, 224.

Horsey, Captain, 59.

Horth, Thomas, 207.

Hosey, William, 299.

Hosier, William, vicar of St. Peter's, Hereford, 334.

Hoskins, John, serjeant-at-law, 340.

Hoskyns, J., 264.

Houchild, Houghchild, Howchyld:
-, Walter, 380.
-, Agnes, wife of Master Walter de, 380.
-, William, and Margery his wife, 380.

Hounsden, Lord, 109.

Hounsell, Mark, depositions of, 223.

Hounslye [Hounslow] Heath, 452.

Household, the, 435.
-, cofferer of, 450.
-, commissioners for provision of, orders of, 270, 271.
-, controller of. See Croft.
-, deer for, 263.
-, purveyance for, 434, 437, 438, 440, 441, 444, 448, 450, 503.
-, supply of fish for, 109, 117, 125, 130, 140, 156, 167, 168, 186.

Howard:
-, Charles, Lord of Effingham, Lord High Admiral, 86, 92, 94, 96, 104, 113.
-, letters to, 97, 99, 103, 115.
-, orders of, 119, 122.
-, Sir Edward, knt., 150, 166.
-, Lord Henry, 127. See also Northampton.
-, Mrs. 365.
-, Thomas, see Suffolk.

Howe:
-, General, 373.
-, Major-General, 502.

Howell:
-, Andrew, 264.
-, John, his servant, 305.

Howells:
-, John, petition of, 348.
-, Richard, 341.

Howes, Geffrey, vicar of Little Ryburgh, 427.

Hownsell, Anne, a supposed witch, 215, 216.

Howsigoe, John, 432.

Hoyning, Mr., letter to, 37.

Hubarte, Henry, 262.

Hubberd, Thomas, 99.

Hublethwaite, John, 22.

Hudson, Captain William, 386.

Hue, Claude de, and his wife, 6.

Huet, Thomas, 308.

Huggefford, John, bailiff of Rye, 146.

Hugh ap Rece, vicar of Skinfrith, letter of, 315.

Hughes:
-, Hugh, Queen's Attorney in North Wales, 249.
-, William, bishop of St. Asaph, 247.

Hugyns, Richard, chaplain, 300.

Hulekote, John de, grant by, 380.

Hull, co. York, 485.

Hull:
-, Henry, letter of, 389.
-, Hugh de la, 297.
-, Roger de, 297.
-, Thomas, depositions of, 345.

Hulle, William, 355.

Humber, river, 485.

Humiliation, Day of, 236.

Hunsdon, Lord H., 333.

Hunsdon, House, Blackfriars, letters dated at, 254, 257 (2).

Hunt:
-, James, 360.
-, Nicholas, 428.
-, William, 306.
-, William, vicar choral of Hereford, petition of, 310.

Huntingdon, 106.

Huntingfeld, Sir Peter de, 294.

Huntyfield, Richard, 317.

Hunworth, co. Norfolk, 410, 414, 416, 430, 432.

Hurd, Richard, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 374.

Hurley, co. Berks, 398.
-, letter dated at, 391.

Hurlstone, Jane wife of William, 145.

Huscarl, Richard, 380.

Hutchinson, —, governor of Massachusetts, 499, 500.

Hutson, Paul, 135.

Hutton, Sir Richard, 276.

Hycche, William, 380.

Hydde, John, 324.

Hyde:
-, Francis, 340.
-, Sir M., chief justice of the King's Bench, 276.

Hyldolveston, 428.

Hyllar, William, will of, 326.

Hynd, Sir Edward, Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, 441.

Hyndereley, co. Suffolk, 430.

Hyndringham, Thomas, son of Gilbert de, 422.

Hythe, Hide, Hithe, co. Kent, 5, 22, 25, 56, 60, 76, 87, 135, 137, 190, 356.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, 22.
-,-, letters to, 197, 203.
-, mayor and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letter of, 123.
-,-, letters to, 3, 35, 39, 49, 59, 75, 125, 128 (2), 139, 150, 152, 197, 203, 245.

I

Iberville, Mr., 367.

Iden, co. Sussex, 57, 75, 107. rector of. See Martin.

Ilam, co. Stafford, 473.

Inche, Thomas, 22.

Independents, the, 400.

India, 497, 498, 499, 503, 506.

Ingham, 430.

Ingham, Sir Oliver de, knt., 423.

Ingle, Captain, petition of, 394.

Ingoldisthorpe, co. Norfolk, 412.

Ingraver, the King's, 139.

Inner Temple, the, 135, 251.
-, letters dated at, 251, 388 (2).

Interludes, players of, 126.

Ipswich, 434, 447, 458, 468, 469.
-, bailiffs of, 436, 438, 450.
-, deputy lieutenants of, 455.
-, Greyhound in, 468.
-, letters dated at, 434, 443, 446, 468.
-, lord lieutenant of, 444.
-, market cross in, 435.
-, privilege claimed by at musters, 435, 438, 452.
-, ship to be furnished by, 444, 448, 449, 450.

Ireland and the Irish, 78, 113, 126, 146, 170, 196, 221, 231, 240, 318, 338, 347, 349, 363, 375, 386, 387, 396, 402, 436, 470, 498.
-, application for some from, for the King of Spain's service, 393, 397.
-, army for, 117.
-, beggars from making for France, 132, 134.
-, bloodshed in, caused by Lord Bristol's nephew, 376.
-, groats and pence coined in, not to be brought into England, 313.
-, History of, 375.
-, Lord Chancellor of. See Gerard; Eustace.
-, Lord Lieutenant of, 496.
-, Marshal of, 424.
-, reported defeat of Lord Essex in, 118.

Ireton, co. Derby, 481.

Irish:
-, David and John, 372.
-, Thomas, letter of, 372.

Irving, Alexander, a Swede, 225.

Irwin, Mrs., letter of, 372.

Iselham, 412, 422.

Iselsteyne, Christopher de, 42.

Isle of Wight, governor of, 397.

Italy, 372, 374, 415, 473, 478. merchants of, 2.

Ivye, Paul, 108.

J

Jackson:
-, George, 386.
-, Mr., 374.
-, William, musician and head wait of Hereford, 337.

Jacob, Jacobs:
-, John, 188.
-,-, serjeant of Admiralty of Cinque Ports, letters to, 190, 237.
-, Sir John, burgess to Parliament for Rye, letters of, 237, 238.

Jacobson, Philip, agent for transport of ordnance, 178.

Jacson, Jackson:
-, John, 23.
-, Robert, 17, 18, 26, 27, 48.
-,-, jurat of Rye, 67.
-,-, mayor of Rye, 71.
-,-, letters to, 71, 72.

Jagge, Robert, 22.

Jagges, Nicholas, 429.

Jake, John, Agnes and Joan, 423.

James VI., King of Scotland, 14.
-, proclaimed King of England, 126, 358, 360.
-,-, (James I.), 134, 146, 148, 157, 158, 164, 166, 172, 208, 238, 241, 253, 274, 360, 507.
-, charters of, 287, 355.
-, coronation of, 127, 128, 129, 359.
-,-, commissioners for, 127.
-, letters, &c. of, 160, 250 (2), 252, 253 (5), 255 (4), 264, 268 (3), 272, 434, 441, 442.
-, reported disastrous accident to, 134.
-, Queen of, 129.
-,-, coronation of, 128, 360.
-, Elizabeth, his daughter. See Bohemia.
-, Henry, his eldest son, aid for knighting, 142, 145.
-,-, letter from commissioners for, 142.

James, Duke of York and Albany, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 236, 238, 241, 244, 246, 389.
-, letters of, 237 (2), 240, 242, 243.
-, letters, &c. to, 240, 244, 396.
-, his secretary, 235.

(James II.), 350.
-, charter of, 355.
-, and his queen, 351, 492, 507.
-,-, their son, 508.

James:
-, Clare, widow of John, petition of, 394.
-, John, clerk of the court of the Marches, 272.
-, Thomas, 50.

Janderme, Pierre, depositions of, 41.

Jaques, —, Sir William Stanley's lieutenant, 113.

Jauncy, —, 323.

Jaxsone, Thomas, will of, 307.

Jeake, Samuel, town clerk of Rye, letter to, 226.

Jefford. See Giffard.

Jenabell. See Gienily.

Jene, Nicholas, of Dieppe, depositions of, 70.

Jenens, Henry, mayor of Portsmouth, letter of, 125.

Jenkins, Owen, 274.

Jenkinson, Mr., 374.

Jenkyns, Watkin, 262.

Jennes, Captain, 231.

Jennings, John, deputy secretary of Council of Barbados, 390.

Jermyn:
-, Sir Robert, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 435.
-, Sir Thomas, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 437, 441, 443, 452.
-,-, letters of, 460, 461.
-,-, letters to, 437, 449.

Jersey, island of, 103.

Jervis, John, of Rye, pedigree of, 19.

Jervise, Edward, 116.

Jesuits, the, 75, 81, 225, 336, 343.

Jesus Psalter, the, 69

Jeue, Nicholas, 78.

Jevon, Richard, 279.

Jews, the, 294, 295, 419, 422, 507.

Joan of Arc, 487.

Jobson, Cornelis, 16.

Jodrell, P., letters of, 414.

John:
-, King, charter of, 285.
-, his monument, 487.
-, a Thomas, 324.
-, ap Bevan, 328.
-, ap Rees, 306.
-, the clerk, 294.
-, Patron, master of a French barque, 180.

Johnson:
-, George, justice of the Marches, 280.
-, John, 22, 27.
-, William, 21.

Johnson alias Huson, John, 1.
-, Johnston, Sir A., president of the Council, letter of, 234.
-, Joly, Hector, 7.

Jones:
-, Edward, bailiff of Ludlow, 280.
-, Griffin, porter of Ludlow Castle, 256.
-, John, 263.
-, Maurice, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.
-, Mr., 498.
-, Rees, 275.
-, Richard, serjeant-at-arms, 252, 259, 277.
-, Sir Thomas, 249.
-, Walter, 259.
-, William, opinion of, 273.
-, Sir William, justice of Assize, 270, 276.
-, William, steward of manor of Manorbeer, 275.
-, Jongehosebonde, William le, 291.

Jorden:
-, John, letter of, 393.
-, Nicholas, 44, 46.

Jourdain, Nicholas, 51.

Joy, Doctor, 126.

Jucksley, 444.
-, Mr., 444.

Judde, Richard, award of, 305.

Juliano, John, of Rye, 19.

Junina, Dr., 42.

K

"Katherines, the," 337.

Kaynham, 294.

Kedington alias Ketton, co. Suffolk, 410.

Keene, Edward, collector of Royal Aid in Suffolk, letter of, 468.

Keeth, William, 222.

Kegworth, co. Leicester, 480.

Keiston, church of, 383.

Kelham, 481.

Keling, Peter, his ship, 86, 87.

Kelk:
-, Edward town clerk of Sandwich, 128, 129.
-, letters of, 127 (2).

Kelly, the comedian, his shop in Pall Mall, 505.

Kelsey:
-, Francis, letter of, 221.
-, Thomas, letters of, 223, 228.

Kempe, Edward, letter of, 193.

Kenchurch, co. Hereford, 341.

Kenilworth Castle, co. Warwick, 471.

Kennett, Abraham, 134.

Kennington, 399.

Kensington, letters dated at, 495.

Kensington Palace, 503.
-, council at, 495.
-, letters dated at, 503, 506.

Kent, county, 9, 13, 17, 46, 65, 91, 140, 156, 178, 189, 234, 242.
-, assizes of, 68.
-, commissioners of, 242.
-, deputy lieutenant of, 197.
-, sheriff of, letter to, 454.
-,-, warrant of, 454.
-, ship money in, 197, 454.
-, trained bands of, 197.
-, vice admirals and officers of ports in order to, 112.

Kent Wall, 196.

Kerebrok, Symon de, 379.

Kerry:
-, Thomas, 338.
-,-, letter of, 322.

Kerswell, 380.

Ket, John, grant to, 380.

Kete, Richard, 31.

Ketleby, Captain Thomas, 386.

Ketyre, church of St. Mary, 304.

Ken, Stephen le, 422.

Kevendrum forest, 262.

Kew, letters dated at, 499, 500, 501, 502.

Kidderminster, co. Worcester, 274.

Kidermynstre, John, 309.

Kidleston, 481.

Kilbeff, 43, 51.

Kilgarren forest, co. Pembroke, 262.

Killigrew, Lady, petition of, 394.

Killmorey, Viscount. See Needham.

Killpeck, 339.

Kimberley, co. Norfolk, 418, 478.

King:
-, Henry, bishop of Chichester, 242.
-, John, bishop of London, 383.
-, Richard, letter to, 243.
-, Kingesdoune, co. Kent, 157.

Kingesmill, George, 248.

Kingesmille, B., letter of, 137.

King's Bench:
-, court of, 32, 69, 258, 294.
-, chief justice of. See Popham;
-, Hyde.
-,-, letters of, 462, 463.
-, justices of. See Crooke;
-, Chamberlaine.

Kingsbury [Konigsberg], 35.

Kingscaple, co. Hereford, 342.

King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, 68, 412.
-, Act of Sewers made at, 454.

Kingston, Duke of, 374.

Kington, letter dated at, 343.

Kinlasse, Lord, 143.

Kinnersley, co. Hereford, 342.

Kinnerton, co. Radnor, 339.

Kirkhill by Edinburgh, letter dated at, 376.

Kitchingman, Captain Thomas, 396.

Knatchbull, Mr., 89.

Knell, James, letter of, 71.

Knightsbridge, letter dated at, 372.

Knolle, John, 354.

Knolles, William, Lord, constable of Wallingford Castle, 381.

Knollys, Sir F., 333.

Knowles:
-, Sir Francis, 440.
-,-, letter of, 109.
-,-, letter to, 102.

Knoyl, Stephen, 294.

Krafford, Sir Robert de, knt., 380.

Kriketot, Robert de, seneschal of bishop of Bath, 295.

Kybe, —, of Sidlesham, 54.

Kynesham Hugh, 321.

Kynge, John, 301.

Kyngswood forest, 263.

Kynton, co. Hereford, 342.

Kyrkeby, John de, 295.