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Index: V - Z

Pages 656-658

Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1603-1606 . Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1872.

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V.W.Y.Z.

V.

Valladolid, 7.

Vara, Stephen de, Secretary at War at Lisbon, 8.

Vaughan, John, Captain, 30.

, John, 204, 256.

Vega, Matthias de la, came to Kinsale with Don John, 416.

, —, titular Archbishop of Dublin, 416.

Venables, Colonel, trustee for new University of Dublin, xcviii.

Verdon, George, 365.

, Patrick, 365.

, John, 126.

Viceroys of Ireland, 232, 233.

Virginia, 326.

Volunteers for Spain, 336, 345.

, —, raised by letters out of England, 345.

W.

Wackley, Christopher, 126, 254.

, —, pension of, 421.

Waddington, Edward, 204.

Wafer, John, 62.

Wakefield, (Walkfield), Henry, 109.

Wakeman, John, 104.

Waldronde, John, 255, 256, 506.

Wale, Father Walter, 380.

Wales, symbolised by figure of a Briton, xi.

Walker, on Ancient Irish Costume, xiii.

Waller, Sir Hardress, reports regarding a place for Ussher's library, xcviii.

Wallop, Sir Henry, 125, 283.

, —, Treasurer at War, lxx.

, —, late Treasurer in Ireland, 212.

Walrond, William, pension of, 427.

Walsh, Robert, mayor of Waterford, 3.

, Thomas, 363.

, Richard, 363.

Walshe, Frank, 51.

, William, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, Sir Nicholas, lviii, 66.

, —, Justice, 573.

, —, Chief Justice, proceedings of, at Waterford, 18, 19, 32, 34, 35.

, —, desires to be continued in his office, 19.

, —, Chief Justice of Common Pleas 280, 283, 430.

, —, Lord Justice directed to divide county of Cork, 516.

, —, the President of Munster treats him with great violence, 448.

, —, should be made serjeant to wear like robes as Chief Justice of King's Bench and Chief Baron, 484.

, —, complains that he was not named in Sir John Davys's account of his circuit in Munster and Clare, 517.

, —, asks to be made serjeant-at-law, in order to avoid difference of robes from those of the Chief of King's Bench and Chief Baron, 517.

Walter, John, almsman, 130.

, Thomas Riogh, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Wapull, John, 111.

Ward, Sir William, 255.

Wards, 242.

, the King's, should be brought up at Trinity College, near Dublin, 242.

Wardships, 236, 240, 242, 498.

Wards' lands to be put in charge, 136.

Ware, James, 72, 255.

, Sir James, MSS. of, bought by the second Earl of Clarendon, liii.

, James, complains against Mr. Peyton, 194.

, —, auditor, his controversy with Peyton settled by allowing both patents, 283.

, —, stipend of, 300.

, Sir James, to be commissioner of accounts, 311.

, James, pension of, 434.

, Thos., almsman, 130.

, —, pension of, 426.

Warminster, 589.

Warren, free, 586.

Warren, Sir Henry, 109, 127.

, —, resigns pension, 422.

, James, 62.

, William, 110.

Water, Apollo, curate of St. Warborowe's (Warburgh's), 171.

Waterford, 76, 125, 197, 218, 463, 464, 550.

, sedition at, 3, 4, 19, 32, 48, 49.

, tranquillity restored, 28.

, citadel of, 341.

, Sir Josias Bodley instructed to erect one, 341.

, —, to be reduced, 395.

, strong forts necessary in order to keep city in check, 400.

, Sir J. Davys holds assizes there, 460.

, proceedings with the recusants there, 465.

, difficult to get juries of, to convict, 465.

, jurors in, threatened with Star Chamber, 464.

, names of priests in, 476.

, Sir Richard Morrison, governor of, city, 493.

, 80 Irish beggars from France land at, 159.

, citizens of, complain of monopoly of transport of pipe staves, 591.

, aqua vitæ of, presented to Salisbury, 520.

, corporation licensed to export sheepskins, 529, 531.

, citadel at, 491.

, mayor of, 379.

, and Wexford, governor of, 252.

Waters, John, pension of, 426.

Watson, Thomas, 31, 78, 100, 123, 202.

, —, through Cecil's kindness has got a grant in reversion of the parsonage of Dungarvon for 40 years, 78.

Way, Edward, captain of foot, 185.

Wayneman (also Wenman), Sir Edmund, 435, 441.

Waynman (also Wenman, Weynman), Captain, his troop to be reduced, 388.

Webb, Philip Carteret, purchases the Cæsar Papers, xlvii.

Walsh, James, 363.

, Christopher, 364.

, William, 364.

Welsh, Sir Nicholas, 484.

, —, chief justice of Common Pleas, 484.

Wenman, Edmond, 201.

Wenman, Sir Edward, 253, 456.

Wesley, Valerian, grandchild of Gerot Wesley, wardship of, withdrawn from Sir Patrick Barnewell, 541.

Wespalstown, 356.

West, Richard, 110.

Weston, Nicholas, lends money for the army, 534.

Weston, Richard, 365.

Westmoreland and Cumberland, gentry of, 551.

, subscribe for transplantation of the Grahams, 551.

Wetherley, 16.

Wexford, 125, 211, 252, 581.

, liberties of, 498.

, proceedings relative to the toleration of the mass, 28, 29.

, liberties of, 208.

, county of, 323.

, gentlemen of county of, 76.

, Sir Richard Morrison, governor of county and town of Wexford, 493.

, and Waterford, governor of, 252.

Wharton's Anglia Sacra, xvi.

Whater. See Wheeler.

Wheeler, Jonas, Dean of Christchurch, Dublin, 169.

White, Dr., a Jesuit, consecrates churches at Waterford, 32, 34, 35.

, —, deputed to wait on Lord Deputy, 40.

, —, conference with, 41.

, —, returns and professes loyalty, 41.

, Edwd., clerk of council, 452.

, Patrick, 365.

, Thos., rector of Slane, 174.

, Richard, rector of Killery, 174, also of Clongill.

, Dr., 476.

, Richard, pensioner in Spain, 398, 476.

, —, priest, 380.

, Walter, 128, 254, 255.

, —, pension of 423.

White Knight, the, 183, 468, 471, 472.

, —, Edmund Fitzgibbon, 250.

, —, charged with relieving Morice M'Gibbon Duff, 471.

White Knight's Country in cork, 516.

Whitehead, Robert, 129, 254, 423.

Whitebread, vicar of Skryne, 173.

Whiteborne, Mr., vicar of Stamullen, 173.

Whorewodd, John, 128.

Webbe, Wm., prebendary of Wickloe, 170.

Wicklow county, 342.

, —, the Birnes' and Tooles' Country should be formed into a county, 342.

Wilbraham, Roger, 10, 116, 196, 507.

, Sir Roger, certifies articles regarding the Munster undertakers, 260.

, —, should build castle on Mucknoe, 559.

Wilkinson, Henry, 88.

Wills's Illustrious Irishmen, error as to Stearne's ejection from his fellowship, ci, note.

Williams, Sir Thomas, 92, 200, 341.

, —, his petition, 591.

, —, troop of, 186.

, —, —, to be discharged, 394.

, —, pension of, 427.

, John, pension of, 427.

, William, pension of, 427.

, William, master gunner, 431.

, John, 100.

Williamson, Joseph, required to give State Papers to Sir James Shaen, xxiii.

Wilmot, Sir Charles, 1, 4, 6, 22, 43, 46, 48, 55, 66, 91, 100, 208, 253, 335, 377, 384, 385, 456, 493.

, —, proceedings at Cork, lvii, lviii.

, —, entry of, into Cork resisted, 53.

, —, claims payment of arrears, 165.

, —, governor of Kerry, 156.

, —, commission for, 275.

, —, claims better entertainment, 399.

, —, contest with president of Munster, 399.

, —, emigrants from Munster to Spain, where all that come get pensions, 385.

, —, complains that, though a captain in Ireland for 13 years, and seven of those years a colonel, he has not 100l. in his purse, 386.

, —, his troop, 165.

, —, commissioner for province of Munster,

, —, petitions for payment of his debt, 2.

, —, small fortune of, 3, 35.

, —, resisted at Cork, 38, 43.

, —, his troop reduced, 39, 395.

, —, accused by President of Munster, 387.

, —, is the only governor newly appointed who is left without pay, 386.

, —, troop to be reduced, 395.

, —, upon the number of Irish flocking to Spain, from Munster, 385.

, —, pension of, 428.

, —, commands at Limbrick, 436, 441.

Wilson, Dr. Thomas, clerk of the Papers, xix.

, Thomas, nephew of Dr. Thomas Wilson, Report on the State Paper Office, 1618, xx. and foll.

, —, his zeal for preservation of records, xxi, xxii.

Wilson, Sir Thomas, 573.

, Walter, 31.

Wiltshire, 589.

Winche, Mr., of Gray's and Lincoln's Inns, recommended as Chief Baron, 523.

Winckfele, Mr., 352.

Winden, William, 201.

Wingfield, Sir Richard, 253, 456.

, —, marshal, 265.

, —, —, troop reduced, 395, 441.

Wingfeilde (Wingfield), Sir Edw., 5, 14, 30, 32, 36.

Winsor, Captain, 14.

Winsor, Sir William, 92, 204, 205, 256.

, —, troop of, 165, 186.

, —, pension of, 427.

Wise, John, arrives at Waterford from Gijon, with news, 4.

, —, examination of, 7, 8.

Winter, John, pensioner, 434.

Woad, 490.

, licence to plant, 490.

Wodlock, James, examination of, 3, 6.

Wogan, John, 110.

, —, pension of, 426.

, Nicholas, 364.

, Thomas, 364.

Wolsey, Cardinal, 234.

, —, tragedy of his life and death, lately acted on the stage in London, 234.

, —, the tragedy sets forth his sinister practices against the life of the Earl of Kildare, 234.

Wood, Dean, 329.

Wood, Mr., Dean of Armagh, leases the tithes without lawful authority, 317.

, —, to be deprived of archdeaconry of Meath, for non-residence, 401.

, —, —, leased it to a recusant, 401.

Wood, George, 114.

, Owen, Archdeacon of Meath, 172.

Wolverstone, James, pardon of, 168.

Workington, 577, 578.

Worth, Philip, 169.

Wrothe, Hugh, 116.

Y.

Yarbrough Frances, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Yarmouth Records, symbolised by three herrings, ix.

York, Rich. Duke of, second son of Edw. IV., 133.

York and Lancaster, wars of the houses of, 234.

Yorke Abrey, 110.

Youghal, 65, 66, 120, 125, 380, 550.

, recusants of, 468.

Yoghall (Youghal), ammunition sent to, 45.

, troops sent to, 51, 55.

, proposed to unite into a county, 516.

Young, Mr., 550.

Z.

Zubiaur, see Subeo, Siriago.