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Index: B

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

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B.

Baber, Walter, signs Pale Petition, 365.

Babington, Ury, Exchequer warrant for, 168.

Badby, Thos., Capt., 30, 92, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Badlow, Bartholomew, 364.

Baggott, John, 129.

Bagnoll, Sir Samuel, 91, 201, 253.

, —, his troop, 165, 186, 39.

, —, death of, 392, 491, 583.

, Lady, 392.

, —, poorly provided for, Narrowwater Castle to be left in her custody, 393, 538.

, Nicholas, 581.

Baker, John, 256.

, pension of, 427.

Ball, Mich., pension to, 434.

Balleshannon, 380. See Ballyshannon.

Balleenstragh, lands of, 196, 268.

Balleenecharie, 196.

Ballenehay, lands of, 269.

Ballehagg, likely to be forfeited for arrears, 163.

, to be leased to Sir Daniel Norton, of Tysteed, 163.

Ballevoady, 120.

Balligavacan, 575.

Ballihowskert, lands of, 268.

Balliliddell, 576.

Ballilishane, 575.

Ballimore, 197.

Ballinarry, 124.

Ballinrobe, 354.

Ballincolley, 380.

Ballintubber, abbey of, 113.

Ballingarrye, 5, 6, 44.

Bally, 68.

Ballyboy, 250.

Ballycaslane aspick, 576.

Ballycloughes, 68.

Bally college (Ballincollig), 229.

Ballycourty, 68.

Ballyhendon, old castle of, 199.

, Patrick Condon burns a house at, 287.

, —, accused of being in rebellion with James Fitzmorrice, 287; and with the Earl of Desmond, ib.

Ballyhawskert, 106.

Ballynecory, 68.

Ballynegard, 124.

Ballynemorton, 576.

Ballyneott, 382.

Ballynhorgan, 252.

Ballynott, possession of O'Conor Sligo, taken from him, 272.

, granted to Sir James Fullerton, 273.

Ballyregan, 68.

Ballyrenraile, 575.

Ballyshannon, 75, 561, 563, 566.

, fort of, 136.

, —, to be made a garrison, 238, 301.

, a provost-marshal discharged, 455, 495.

, ward at, approved of, 524.

, castle suggested at, 563, 568.

, Governor of, 252.

, provost marshal at, 252.

Balrotherie, vicarage of, to be held by Thomas Ram, Bishop of Ferns, 257.

Baltimore, 379.

Ban, the river, 194, 323, 502.

Bancks, a priest, son of Bancks the hosier, 379.

Bandell, Arthur, 110.

, George, 110.

Banger, Hugh, 129.

Bantry, inheritance of Osulevan Beare, 46.

, and Beare, 225.

Barckley, Sir Francis, 91, 200, 204, 256, 454, 512, 581.

, —, reports landing of exiles from Spain, 512.

, —, constable of Limerick, 432.

, —, keeper of Limerick Castle, 265.

, —, his petition, 380.

, Henry, Captain, 30, 91.

Barnby, Francis, a priest, remains at Maynooth with the old Countess of Kyldare, 439.

, —, ought to be dealt with by Government, as he has much influence, 439.

Barnes, Daniel, clerk of the check of munitions at Galway, 282.

Barnstaple, 382.

Barnewall, Sir Patrick, 245, 356, 367, 371, 372, 449, 450, 451, 468, 482, 483, 486, 488, 489, 510.

, —, agent of the gentry of Pale, 287.

, —, leases tithes of Dean Wood's livings, although a recusant, 401.

, —, writes letters against Sir James Ley, 405, 406.

, —, committed to castle prison for contriving petition of Pale, 367.

, —, his passionate conduct before the Council, 372.

, —, informs Salisbury he intended no offence by the petition, 373.

, —, says the mandates are generally ascribed to Sir James Ley, 374.

, —, not to be released with the other recusants, but sent over to the Privy Council, 390, 407, 408, 411.

, —, cited before Lord Deputy and Council, 414.

, —, taxed with his charges against Sir James Ley, 415.

, —, charges declared unfounded, 415.

, —, not required to appear before Privy Council, 438.

, —, interrogatories to him to prove complicity of priests and gentry in the petition for toleration. 449.

, —, Chichester will send him over, 440.

, —, strong representations against him, 445.

, —, details of his examination by the Council, 446, 447.

, —, collections set on foot among Catholics for his expenses, 447.

, —, —, said to be ordered by the Pope, 513.

, —, complains of wrong done him by Sir Thomas Ashe, 541.

, —, bound over by Chichester to appear before Salisbury, to make good his charges against Sir James Ley, 451.

, —, being six months in restraint, hopes he may be called to answer, 489, 509.

, Bartholomew, 363.

, Christopher, 364.

, James, 363.

, John, 363.

, Robert, 363.

Barrie, Edmund, "a seditious friar," 32.

Barry, Sir Edmund, priest in Ossory, 179.

, Thomas, Capt., pensioner in Spain, 396.

, John Oge, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, Lord, 337, 508, 516.

, —, not to be troubled about payment of a fine imposed in Lord Gray's time, 543.

, David, Lord Buttevant, 7.

, Viscount, 468.

, Lady, 508.

, Garrett Boy, of Ballyncourty, 68.

, Gerrot, of Ballyregan, 68.

, John, alias M'Adam, of Ballycloghie, 68.

, John, 225.

, Matthew, clerk of Council, sale of papers of, to Dr. Madden, lxxvi, lxxvii, ciii.

, Mr., of Finglas, grandson of Matthew Barry, lends M. Barry's MSS. to Carte, ciii.

, Richard Fitz-David Oge, 119.

, Richard, lends money for the army, 534.

Barry's Country, 223, 225.

, —, in Cork, 516.

Barry court, 468.

Barrett, of Ballincolley, 380.

Barrad, an ancient Irish cess, xiii.

Barrett, of Baly college [Ballincollig], 229.

Barrett, Andrew, 45.

, William, Captain, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, Edmund, 331, 377.

, William, Richard, and Edmund, 331.

Barristers, English, 233.

, —, may practise in Ireland, 233.

, Irish, 233.

, —, are called to the bar in England after study at the English inns, 233.

, —, may then practise in England, as well as Ireland, 233.

Basil, William (Attorney-General for Commonwealth), trustee for the new Dublin University, xcvii.

, —, reports on place for Ussher's library, xcviii.

Bassett, Philip, 348, 349, 353, 373, 383.

, Captain, 216.

Bastards, 465.

, Ireland said to be full of, 465.

, are to a chief like the arms of a giant, 465.

Bath, 193, 458.

Bath, Richard, 365.

, John, 363.

Batie, Patrick, 557.

Baxwigel, 557.

Bear O'Sullivan's territory, 46.

Beare and Bantry, 225.

Beaston, Sir George, heirs of, 116.

Beth, the, of Munster, ferry boats to be set up there, 352.

Beavens, Nicholas, keeper of Council Chamber, warrant of impost for, 280. See Bevans.

Bedlewe, James, Ensign, pensioner in Spain, 396.

Beggars, Irish, in England, 462.

, transport of, forbidden, 487.

, 80 Irish beggars landed at Waterford, from France, 512.

, many expected to land from France and Spain, 512.

, 200 land in Munster, 512.

, Irish, in France, 498.

, —, pretending to be banished for religion, 498.

, —, —, a scandal to England, 498.

, —, banished from France to England, 498.

, —, henceforth will be sent to Munster, whence they came, 499.

Behieghanne, 90.

Belcher, Dr., Memoirs of Dr. Stearne, ci.

Belfast, 108.

, castle of, 118.

Bele, Robert, 129.

Bell, Robert, resigns pension, 423.

Bellerbie, Michael, prebendary of Donamore, 171.

Belledrine, 576.

Bellew, James, 353.

, an Irishman, gets abridgment of reports of King Richard II. printed, 587.

, in breach of Tothill's monopoly by Queen Elizabeth's mandate, 587.

, John, 365.

, Patrick, 365.

, Richard, 363.

Benson, Hugh, lends money for the army, 534,

Bentrit, see Bantry.

Berehaven, 379.

Berkeley, Henry, Captain, his troop, 165. See Barckley.

Bermingham, Mabel, grandmother of Dr. Sterne, c.

Bermingham Tower, records removed to, lxxiv. See Birmingham Tower.

Bernard, Dr., preserves Ussher's library in the siege of Drogheda, xcv.

Berry, Sir Benjamin, 91.

Bertendona, comes to Bilboa, 3.

, was to build 12 ships, 4.

Berty, Mr., 586.

Betham, Sir William's, Dignities, feudal and parliamentary, xviii.

Bevans, Nicholas, keeper of Council Chamber, 431.

, —, pensioner, 434.

Beverley, Sir George, 494.

Bewcastle, 578.

Bicknell, Wm., 377.

, —, pension of, 129, 254, 423.

, —, collector of impost, 431.

Bilbo (Bilboa), fleet preparing at, 3, 4, 5.

, spy at, 47.

Billingsley, Henry, 116.

Binglie, John, to be constable of Maryborough fort, 258.

Bingley, John, 76, 77, 97, 113, 243, 244, 246, 247.

, —, unduly enriched by his master, Sir G. Carey, Lord Deputy, 246.

, Ralph, Captain, 14, 30.

, Sir Ralph, 92.

, —, troop of, 186, 200, 253.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

, Richard, pension of, 424.

Bingham, Sir George, 2, 49.

, Sir Richard, 14, 104, 119, 249, 590.

Birchensha, Anthonie, 255. See Birchenshaw.

, —, commissary of musters, to be discharged, 395.

Birchenshaw, Mr., 216, 576, 579, 580.

, Ralph, 255.

Birkett, John, 254.

, —, pension of, 424.

, —, attorney of, 432.

Birmingham Tower, 498. See Bermingham Tower.

Birne, Edmond, pension of, 129.

, Gerrot, 254. See Byrne.

, Gerrott, pension of, 420.

, Murtagh, 315.

, Patrick, 315.

, Thaddie, 315.

, Thomas, pardon of, 315.

, William, pension of, 428. See Byrne.

Birne's country, 197.

, —, made into shire land, 416. See Byrne.

Bishop of Killaloe, 591.

Bishops, their dilapidation of their sees by sale of leases, 235.

, to be restrained from making longer leases than in England, 241.

, not to bestow prebends, parsonages, &c. on laymen, Popish priests, &c., 241.

, to take a course for the repair of the churches in their dioceses, 241.

, should excommunicate the obstinate recusant gentry of the Pale, and then they could be imprisoned, 244.

Bishop's Court, 45, 48. See Bushop's Court.

Black, Ab., a recusant, complains against Sir James Ley, 398.

Black-Books (of Discrimination), the, lxx.

Blackfryars, plan for law-courts and Parliament house at, 522, 523.

Blackwater Overthrow, the, 591.

Blague, —, 4.

Blake, James, 8.

, Sir Valentine, 93.

Blakeny, George, 364.

Blaney, Sir Edward, 92.

, —, to be governor of Monaghan, 184.

, —, his troop reduced, 201, 246, 253, 395, 441, 456.

, —, gets a grant of 2,000 acres in Monaghan, on condition that he build a Castle, 559.

, —, to be a support to Monaghan Castle, 559.

Blast of gunpowder, a, by which many churches are ruined, 356.

Blayney, Edw., Captain, 288. See Blaney.

Blount, Sir Edw., and William Butler, licence of, to export linen yarn to England, 166.

, —, patent of, for export of linen yarn, 180.

Blundel, Arthur, 256.

, Captain George, reversion to, of custody of Limerick Castle, 265.

Blunt, Captain James, 91.

, James, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 426.

Boats, Irish, on Lough Erne, made of a great oak hollowed, called "cotts," 563.

Bodleian Library, Oxford, Carte MSS. in, ix.

, —, letter of James I. to Sir A. Chichester, in, xci.

Bodley (also Boddely), Captain Josias, 30, 91.

, Sir Josias, 200, 253, 341, 374,452, 459, 503, 592.

, —, grant to, of custody of Duncannon fort, 138, 168.

, —, troop of, 186.

, —, new survey of planted lands in Ulster to be made by, xcii.

, —, his company deeply in Mr. Treasurer's debt, 393.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

Bodose, Thomas, 363.

Bogge, Laurence, 363.

Bohissil, 89.

Boile, George, 256.

, —, pension of, 427. See Boyle.

, Rich., clerk of council, 432. See Boyle.

Bolder, Simon, vicar of Luske, 172.

Bolger, Sir Patrick, priest in Ossory, 179.

, Barnaby, prebendary of Kilmactalway, 170.

Bonaghs (Bonaghts), of Muskerry, 45.

Book, Arthur, vicar of Killeene, 173.

Book of Common Prayer, 241.

, to be translated into Irish, 241.

Boothby, Thomas, 592.

Borrishoole, 582. See Burrishoole.

Borrowes, Henry, pension of, 126.

, —, pensioner of the list, 254.

, —, to continue during pleasure, 420, 421.

Bostock, Lancelot (heirs of), 116.

Boulton, Peter, provost master, 184.

Bourchier, Sir George, 77, 91, 198, 324, 325, 326, 328, 331, 343, 370, 372, 376.

, —, asks reversion of his office (Master of Ordnance), for his son, 275.

, —, complains of his poor estate at the end of his long service, and commends his son to Salisbury, 314.

, —, death of, 316.

, —, his son recommended by Chichester, 316.

, John, 343.

, —, second son of Sir George, 343, 346.

, Thomas, 343.

, —, eldest son of Sir George, just dead of plague, 343.

Bourcke, Theobald, 249. See Bourke.

Bourgh, Lord, Lord Deputy, 126.

Bourke, Lord, pension of, 130. See Bourke.

, William, pension of, 425.

, David, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Edmund FitzWalter, 124.

, Edmund FitzUlick, 124.

, Jeffrey FitzUlick, 124.

, Jeffrey FitzRichard, 124.

, the Lord, 207, 254, 470, 498.

, (Bourcke), Richard, pensioner in Spain, 399.

, Richard Fitzwilliam, 124.

, Sir Theobald, 89.

, Lord of Castleconnel, 377.

, Richard, Lord Castleconnel, 473.

, Thomas, Lord Castleconnel, 473.

, Sir Thomas, 86, 91.

, —, claims 2,000l. as due to him from the King in right of his wife, late widow of Captain Antony Brabazon, 86.

, Tibbot, Lord Castleconnel, 473.

, Ulick, resists rights of Earl and Countess of Desmond, 267.

, William, 255, 582.

Bourkes, the, 465.

, more able men of that name than of any name in Europe, 465.

Bourkett, Elinor, 377.

Bowden, Sir Patrick, priest in Ossory, 179.

Bowen, John, grant to, of provost-marshalship of Leinster, 306.

, Edmund, pension of, 428.

Bowler, William, cited for sedition at Cork, 10, 11.

Boyle, abbey of, 113, 581.

, —, a support for Bundrowes, 524.

Boyle, Mr. [ ], 4.

, Sir Richard, secretary of council of Munster, 22, 23, 48, 50–53, 56.

, Richard, 121, 122.

, Sir Richard, grant to, of barony and manor of Inchequyn, 139.

, —, a necessary witness in the case of the Cork jurors, 163.

, —, his suit for the passing of the lands bought by him from Raleigh, 175.

, —, to be discharged of 1,000l. which was to have been paid to Raleigh, 192.

, —, one of the commissioners for dividing county of Cork, 517.

Boys, Captain, 5, 6, 42.

Brabazon, Antony, 86.

, Sir Edward, lends money for public service, 534.

Bracaharracgh, 90.

Bradie, Walter, constable of Cavan, 432.

Brady, Bishop, 566.

, Dennis, pension of, 426.

, Philip, pension of, 428.

, Walter, 128, 254, 378.

, —, pension of, 422.

Braid Island, co. Antrim, 79.

Brannogh, James, priest, 380.

Bray, Walter, Baron of, xii.

Breen M'Hugh Oge M'Mahon, 198.

Brehons, 464.

Brenan, John, pension of, 426.

, Sir John, priest in Ossory, 129.

, Sir William, priest in Ossory, 129.

Brennoghan, John, of Garve, a student at Douai, 309.

Brenny, the, country of, 561.

, O'Rourk, 85.

Brereton, Arthur, 54.

, —, pension of, 129, 423.

, William, 254.

Breretone, Wm., pension of, 129.

Brett, Walter, 363.

Brevium Natura, cited, 586.

Brewer, Rev. John, "Letters and Papers of Henry VIII.," edited by, xxxix.

, —, and "Bullen, Mr., Calendar of Carew Papers," liv.

, —, on the State Papers in the Cotton Collection, xxxix.

Briars, George, 557.

Brice, John, lends money for the army, 534.

Bridgetown, abbey of, 374.

Briskett, Ludovic, sells Bridgetown to Lord Roche's father, 310.

British Museum, Irish State Papers in, xxxviiiliv.

Brittany, John of, 586.

Briver, James, 34.

Brockett (also Brokett, Sir John), examination of, 9.

, —, interrogatories for, 10.

Brocket, Sir John, 459, 503.

Brodrick, Sir Allan, surveyor-general, lxxxi.

Bromley, Rob., 168.

, [—], Master, 240.

Brooke, Captain Basil, 30, 92, 186, 201, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Brookes, Giles, of Liverpool, lends money for the army, 534.

Brounker (also Brouncar, Broncar, Brouncker, Brunker, or Brunkard), Sir Henry, 208, 217, 355, 381, 466, 545.

, —, his government of Munster rigorous and repressive, cxv.

, —, his letters, cxv. See Brouncker.

, —, reports Munster as swarming with Jesuits, &c., who say mass almost publicly in the best houses, 193.

, —, dissembles with them till they assured themselves of His Majesty's toleration, 193.

, —, advises that Jesuits, &c., "those firebrands of rebellion," be banished from corporations, 193.

, —, his petition, 381.

, —, issues his mandate to the aldermen and burgesses of Munster to attend him at church, 466.

, —, his quarrel with the Earl of Thomond, 471.

, —, his proceedings against recusants at Clonmel, 475.

, —, searches for priests, but is defeated by nobility and gentry, who entertain them as surgeons, 476.

, —, his plan for forcible reformation, 545.

, —, present distaste of Irish to Roman Catholic religion, 545.

, —, the people of Gowran desire a Protestant preacher and schoolmaster, 546.

, —, deposes all the recusant mayors of Munster, 550.

, —, suggests that corporations should lose their charters for recusancy, 561.

, —, has hanged many fat ones for relieving Morrice M'Gibbon, 551.

, —, he disappoints the judges of their harvest, 551.

, —, seeks remission of duty on Scotch merchant ships, 265.

, —, appointed President of Munster, 142.

, —, complains of his inadequate entertainment, 538. See Brouncker.

Brown, Patrick, alderman, Catholic recusant, censured in Star Chamber, fined 100l., and imprisoned, 391.

, Henry, complains of Sir James Ley, 398.

, Thos., Captain, grant to, of the abbey of Caherdinesk, 141.

, Sir Thomas, priest in Ossory, 179.

Browne, Henry, interrogatory concerning, 450.

, Thos., constable of Trym castle, 432.

, Christopher, constable of Longford, 432.

Bruce, Edward, expedition into Ireland, xv.

, Mr., Calendar of Domestic Papers of Charles I., xxxiii.

Buckhurst, Lord Treasurer, 2, 4.

Buckingham, first Duke of, his papers probably now at Dropmore, cix.

Buckley, Geo., almsman, 130.

Bull of Pope, forged, sent into Ireland, 438, 440.

, —, copy of it sent to Chichester, 438.

, —, published by James Morrice, priest, 475.

Bumbery, Joseph, 376.

Bunburie, Joseph, saddler, 431.

Bundoran, 561.

Bundrowes, 564.

, ward at, postponed, 524.

, kept from Tirconnell, 564.

Burchensaw, (also Birchenshaw, Byrchingshawe, Birchinsha, Burchensha, controller of musters, 30.

, —, instructions for, 130.

, —, recommended by Privy Council, 387.

, —, to be sent with instructions as to reduction of establishment, 380.

Burde, William, 256.

, —, pension of, 428.

Burgat, John, 166.

Burghley Papers, history of, xlv.

Burgo, De, Earl of Ulster, xv.

Burgundy, 586.

Burke, David M'Ullick, de Dunkellin, 247. See Bourke.

, Elinor, pensioner, 433.

Burne, Walter, pensioner, 433. See Birne, Byrne.

Burnell, Henry, 358, 363.

, —, agent of gentry of Pale, 289.

, —, arrested for recusancy, and confined in serjeant-at-arms' house, 416. See Barnewall.

, old, 367, 371.

Burnett, Nicholas, pursuivant, 431.

Burrisholle, see Borrishoole.

Burrishoole, ward at, to be postponed, 524.

Bussell, John, 110.

Bushop's Court (Bishop's Court), 45.

— —, bombarded by rebels, 48. See Bishop's Court.

Bussie, the, 557.

Butler, Edmond, governor of Ireland under Edward II., 132.

, James M'James, spoils part of Wexford, 159.

, Richard, 34.

, Lord, 202.

, —, asks for men in the King's pay to enforce his government of the county of Cariow, 203.

, —, complains that his father-in-law (Ormonde) stints his allowance, 203.

, —, at Court, on some business not known to Chichester, 439.

, —, suspected young man of much influence and importance, 440.

, —, his petition, 527.

, Theobald, 70, 83.

, —, Viscount Tulleophelim, 72.

, Viscount, 216, 337, 549, 550.

, —, recommended to Cecil, 156.

, —, thanks Cecil for favours, 157.

, —, prays pardon of alienations 489, 490, 511.

, Theobald MacUllic, pardon for, 180.

, Walter, 380.

, —, son of Lord Dunboyne, 380.

, —, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, William, patent of, for export of woollen yarn, 180.

Butlers, the, 465.

, power of, in Ireland, xvii.

, the, impatient and discontented, 23.

Buttevant, David Barry, Lord, prays payment of his debt, 7.

, —, begs that his son may be sent home from England, 19.

, —, his just claims opposed, 153.

, —, begs Cecil's protection, 153.

, —, prays remission of fines imposed in Queen Elizabeth's reign, 403.

, —, broke his leg twice, 403.

Byers, Alexander, 559.

Byrd, John, his information against Father Archer and the Earl of Tyrone, 80.

Byrne, Garrat, 125. See Birne.

Byrnes, the, continue good subjects, 25. See Birnes.

, —, their country to be made a county, 323.

, —, their country, many of the name to be found in, 465.

— country, to be surveyed and made a county, 342.

— and Tooles, 342.

Bysse, Christopher, second remembrancer, 429.