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

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General Index.

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Abbey, Boyle, used as a military station, 580.

Abbott, Barnard, lately discharged, his entertainment to be continued, 109.

Absentees, 235.

, statute of Henry VIII., forfeiting the Irish honours and lands of some peers resident in England, 234, 235.

, —, vice versâ, forfeiting the English lands and honours of some nobles resident in Ireland, 234, 235.

, hence the English nobility have less interest in the state of Ireland, 235.

, and the Irish nobility have not that credit in England their ancestors had, 235.

Acta Regia, projected collection of, xciii.

Adams, Bernard, to be Bishop of Limerick, 57.

"Additional Manuscripts," catalogued by Ayscough, 1.

"Additional Papers" not in the continuous series of Irish State Papers in the Public Record Office, xxxiv.

Adelantado, the, 379.

Adderton, Henry, see Atherton.

Adventurers for land, in Ireland [A.D. 1642– 1647], papers relating to, xxiii.

Agarde, Sir Arthur, keeper of treasury of Exchequer, supplies state papers to Sir Robert Cotton, xliii.

Aguila, John del, under arrest in his own lodging, 8.

Aldworth, Richard, 110.

Aldermen of Dublin, 348, 349.

, Star Chamber censure of, for not obeying mandate to attend church, 348.

, recusant, of Dublin, fines of, to be continued, 390.

— of Dublin, attempt to evade the fine by assigning their chattels, but are defeated, 402.

Alexander, Sir Jerome, account of, civ-cvi.

, —, his bigoted will, civ-cv.

, —, adventurer for land in Ireland, cvi.

, —, Duke of Ormonde opposes his appointment as chief justice, ib.

, —, bequeaths his MSS. and books with 600l. to Trinity College, Dublin, cvii.

, —, general character and contents of the Alexander MSS., cvii.

"Alexander," to, a popular synonym for sentencing to death, cvi.

Allbright, Mr., prebendary of Rath Michel, 171.

Allen, John, signs Pale Petition, 363.

, Robert, signs Pale Petition, 363.

, William, pension of, 424.

Alva, Duke of, general of an army destined for Ireland, 4, 8.

Amnesty, proclamation of, 266.

Andrews, Eusebius, grant of clerkship of the Crown and Common Pleas in Dublin, Kildare, &c., 271.

, —, to be clerk of the Crown, 338.

, —, pension of, 433.

, Mr. 501.

Annesley, Francis, 576.

, Markus, 306.

, (Ansleye), Robert, 116.

Anselme, Archbishop, 586.

Anthony, Charles, 72, 216.

, Mr., 592.

Antrim, county of, 321.

Ap Hugh, Ambrose, surrender and re-grant of lands, 181.

, Owen, 126, 254.

, —, pension of, 425.

Aplegat, Christopher, 256.

Applegate, Christopher, pensions of, 427.

Apostilles to instructions to Lord Clanrickard, 523–5.

Apsley (also Apesley), Allen, 121, 122, 210.

, —, violence offered to, at Cork, 44, 48, 50.

, Sir Allyn, pension of, 434.

Aqua vitæ of Waterford, two rundels of, presented to Salisbury, 520.

Aragon, symbolised by a lancer mounted on a jennet, xi.

Archduke, of Austria, 8.

, of Spain, 339, 495, 512.

, the, 565, 579.

, —, Tyrone's son in his service, 565.

, —, commands many Irish there, 565.

, most of the Pale have a son or near kinsman with the Archduke, 565.

, —, about a year since they were allowed by the Council of England to carry over men thither, 565.

Archer, Father, 8, 71, 73, 74, 76, 546.

, —, his brother Robert gone over to England to meet Father Archer, 72.

, —, personal appearance of his younger brother Robert, 72.

, —, Cary hears he has lately returned to England from Spain, 73.

, —, his brother Robert gone over to meet him, 73.

, —, "the old Irish Jesuit" (Fenton hears) is arrived in England from Spain, 74.

, —, from the numbers flocking over from Ireland to England Fenton fears some mischief, 74.

, —, gentlemen of county of Wexford aid Archer to escape, 76.

, —, Florence M'Arty, the mayor of Cork, and the Roches of Kinsale to be arrested and put to the question about Archer, 76.

, —, suggestions from Fenton for his capture, 76.

, —, a great service to both realms to arrest him, he being a capital instrument for Spain and the poison of Ireland, 76.

, —, raises contributions from the principal recusants in England for the rebels, whom he calls "God's men," 81.

, —, said to be confessor of the Earl of Tyrone, 80–82.

, —, says masses for the Earl of Tyrone, and his (Tyrone's) favourites, as well free as in the Tower, 81.

, —, was engaged with the O'Moores in surprising the Earl of Ormond, 82.

, —, said to be confessor of the Archduke of Austria, 82.

, —, entertained by the Baron of Upper Ossory and his sons, and others of the best of the Pale, and in the corporations, 81.

, —, said to be Pope's Legate in Leinster and Munster, 82.

, —, said to have incited Viscounts Roche and Mountgarret to rebellion, 83.

, —, his personal appearance described, 83, 179.

, Sir Luke, priest, 179.

, Sir Pierce, priest, 179.

, Robert, 72, 73.

Ardagh, Bishop of, 114.

, Thomas, 364.

Ardbraccan, 579.

Ardee, 125.

Ardes, The two, 212.

, Great, 502.

Arlington, Lord's, office, Entry-books received out of, xxiii.

Ardmagh, 200, 237. See Armagh.

Ardnurcher, vicarage of, in Meath, vacant 1604, 174.

Armagh, report of the Commissions upon, 317.

, dean and chapter of, 489.

Arms, sold by merchants for cows in Ireland, 223.

, bearing of, forbidden to persons travelling, 259.

Armstrong, Thomas, 555.

Army, arrears due to, 478, 479.

, clothing of, 479.

, Carey has ordered its reduction, 122.

, charge of, for ten years and three quarters, from 1 Oct. 1595 to 30 June 1606, 506.

, charge of, on 31 August 1606, 573, 576.

, deficiency of victuals in store for, 115.

, detachment at Dublin, suggested to be at command of State, 582.

, for special service, 582.

, to arrest priests, &c., 582.

, distress of, 108.

, list of, serving in Ireland, 90.

, list of, in Ireland, 1604–5, 184.

, to be reduced, 184–186.

, monthly charge of, 188.

, of Ireland, list of, and its quarters, 200.

, list of, 251.

, reduction of, ordered, 273.

, arrears due to, appear in the ledger books of Heart and Bingley, 294.

, insufficiently paid, 308.

, to be reduced, 387.

, to be stationed at convenient places where the troops would be available on sudden emergency, 388.

, list of, 1605, 435.

, reduction of, 478, 485, 491.

, necessities of soldiers, 491.

, pay during Desmond rebellion, and since, to be ascertained, 572.

, if pay be not increased, robbery, &c. may follow, 581.

Arra, 471.

, O'Briens of, 404.

, O'Brien, Bishop of Killalo, natural Lord of, 471.

, Moriartagh O'Brien of Arra, Bishop of Killalo, 591.

Arran, Earl of, letter regarding the fire in Dublin Castle, lxxviii-lxxx.

, isles of, 566, 568.

Arrundell, Captain, not arrived, 7.

Arthur, Patrick, 4, 6, 8.

, —, memorandum of his services, 177.

, —, pension of, 177, 256.

, —, pensioned, 426.

, Richard, 476.

, Robert, services of, 177.

Articles of Commissioners of the Middle Shires, with Sir Ralph Sidley, for transplantation of the Grahams, 551– 554, 577, 578.

Artor [Arthur], John, 356. See Arthur.

Ash, Robert. 364.

Ashe, John, 582.

, Nicholas, 364.

, Richard, 353.

, Sir Thomas, 128.

, —, Keeper of King's House at Dublin, 439.

, —, pension of, 434.

, —, charged with injuring Sir Patrick Barnewall, 541.

Asheroe, (also Assaroe, Atheroe,) Abbey of, 564.

, —, its position endangers Ballyshannon Castle, 564.

, —, should not be left with the Earl Tyrconnell, 564.

Ashpole, Edward, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Askeaton 352.

Askeshahill, 555, 557.

Assay records, symbol of, xii.

Assizes, in Ulster, 321.

, of the southern circuit of the counties of Carlow, Wexford, and Kilkenny, 323.

Astures (Asturias), merchants arrived from, 3, 4.

Athassell, Abbey of, in Tipperary, 390.

Atherton, Adderton, Captain Henry, 92.

, Henry, 200, 253.

, —, Commander of Mountnorris Fort, 518.

, —, Captain of Foot, 186.

, —, his troop to be reduced, 394.

, Captain, at Mountnorris, 437.

, [ ], Captain, 329, 340, 341.

Atheroe, (also Assaroe, Asheroe,) abbey of, lands belonging to, to be assigned to fort of Ballyshannon, 136. See Asheroe.

Athlone, Lord Clanricarde to have the King's House at, 105.

, Court at, for the settlement of Ireland, [A.D. 1656] lxx.

, decrees there, lxxxi.

, reserved by Henry III. from his grant of Ireland to Prince Edward, xii, xiv.

, abbey of, 194.

, 215, 252.

, King's House at, 590.

Atie (also Athie), Sir Arthur, chaunter of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 169.

Atkinson, Robert, his deposition concerning Father Archer, 82.

, Roger, Capt., 30.

, —, pension of, 130.

, Roger, 210, 378.

, —, pension of, 434.

, [ ], Capt., 245.

Atlantic Monthly Magazine, on the Philadelphia Papers, xc.

Atshaddy, 68.

Audley, Lord, grant of lands, value 100l. yearly, 258, 259.

, Lord, 347, 348.

Aughhyffe, —, 90.

Aunynkyasse, 90.

Austria, Archduke of, 82.

Aves, William, curious letter to Thos. Deyse, a priest at Paris, 308–310.

, —, complains of Deyse's "Parresphrases" of English, ib.

Aveton, Andrew, executor of Chancellor Cantock, lxxiii.

Aylemer, Gerald, 364.

Aylmer, Sir Garett, 245.

, —, agent of the Pope, 289.

Ayleward, also (Aileworth,) Sir Richard, 33, 34, 466.

, —, steals out of the town of Waterford, and meets the Deputy, 40.

, —, reinstated by Mountjoy, 41.

Ayleward, Richard, presents two bed-coverings and two rundles of Waterford aqua vitæ to Lord Salisbury, 520.

Ayscough's catalogue of Sloane and Additional MSS., 1.