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

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Cadam, Rev. Dr., 550.

, —, arrested at Limerick, 550.

Cadan, Richard, 476.

Caddell, George, 67.

, —, matters to charge, 68.

, Richard, 363.

, C., 364.

, Robert, 364.

Cæsar, Sir Julius, gives warrant for recovery of State Papers, xxii.

, —, his history, xlvi.

, —, 591, 592.

Cæsar MSS., history of, xlvi.

Cahill, Thos., interpreter, 431.

Cahir, Baron of, 433.

, Thomas, 306.

Cahirdanisk, Cairduneske, abbey of, granted to Capt. Thos. Brown, 141, 175.

Cahir, Donill-Jerragh, 90.

Calebeg, see Kellybegs.

Calefield, Sir Toby, command at Charlemont, 436, 441. See Caulfield.

Calfield, Sir Tobias, his troop, 186.

, —, to be discharged, 394. See Caulfield.

"Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland under James I.," sources of various, vii.

— comprises all State Papers wherever deposited, viii.

— nature of the contents of volume I., cx.

, period over which it extends, cx.

, chief contributors to the correspondence contained in it, cx-cxvi.

Calendars to be made of the Records, 134.

Callan, Friary of, 210.

Calthorpe, Charles, Attorney-general, 138.

, Sir Chas., Attorney-general, 429.

, —, appointed judge of Common Pleas, 445, 494.

Calvert, George, to have reversion of clerkship of Crown in Connaught and Clare, 515.

Cambrensis, Giraldus, on Irish costume, xiii.

Cambridge, University of, 197.

Camden, supplies MSS. to Sir R. Cotton, xliii.

Campbell, Lord, his "Chancellors of England," xvi.

Campher Castle in Waterford, a town built at, by Edmond Cotton, 176.

Candish (Cavendish), Mr., papers brought by, from Ireland, xx.

, Nicholas, 209.

Cantock, Thomas, Bishop of Emly, Chancellor of Ireland, records of his time destroyed by fire, lxxiii.

, John, executor of Thomas Cantock, lxxiii.

Cantwell, Sir Robert, priest in Ossory, 179.

Cappaigh, 90.

Caragena, Count of, Governor of Gallicia, receives the Irish exiles with favour, 385–386.

Carberye, 5.

Carbury, co. Cork, 223.

Carbry, country of, 507.

Careless, Christopher, 254.

, —, pension of, 424.

Carew, Sir George, retains all the papers of his government, xxxvi.

, —, account of, liv.

, —, letter of Lord Mountjoy to, Iv.

, —, President of Munster, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 21, 38, 45, 49, 104, 198, 340.

, Lord, borrows papers from the Paper Office, xxii.

, report on Donell M'Arty, 507.

, Lady Joyce, letters of, 42.

, —, shut up in Shandon Castle, 44.

, —, bombarded therein, 48, 56.

— Papers, calendar of, vii.

, —, how far included in this calendar, lvi.

, Edward, reversion of the wardship of Dungarvan Castle to, 306.

, Ned., 342.

Carey, (also Cary,) Sir George, Lord Deputy, is called on by Chichester for Royal letters or warrants, but gives only copies, xxvii.

, —, his powers as Deputy, cxii.

, —, enriched himself during his government, cxiii.

, —, Treasurer of Ireland, complains of poverty, 3, 7, 10, 14, 21.

, —, appointed treasurer and receiver, 29, 31, 50.

, —, his salary and allowance, 50, 68, 73.

, —, Lord Deputy, 96, 138.

, —, allowance for base coin, 138–9.

, —, asks leave to go to England, 155, 168.

, —, asks leave to retire, 175.

, —, recommends Chichester as successor, 175.

, —, licensed to return to England, 183.

, —, has liberty to come to England and leave the sword with Sir Arthur Chichester as Lord Justice, 204.

, —, cause of his difference with the Earl of Devonshire, L. L., 244.

, —, Sir J. Davys's desire that the Earl of Devonshire should be reconciled to him, that he may die in peace, 244.

, —, to bring over his war accounts to England, 269.

, —, his alleged rapacity and wealth, 245, 246, 341.

, —, Vice-Treasurer, 42, 504, 581.

Cargefaye (Carrickfoyle), 6. See Carrickfoyle.

Carie, John, rector of Moynalty, 174.

Carlile, John, 555.

Carlingford, provision ship arrives at, 50, 464.

Carlisse, Christopher, pension of, 129. See Careless.

Carlisle, Bishop of, 551, 554, 557, 558, 579.

, city of, 578.

Carrick (on Suir), Ormond procures boats from, 33.

, friary of, 210.

, Sir J. Davys visits Ormond there, 476.

, searched for priests, 551.

Carrickfergus, 114, 118, 200, 246, 321, 323, 371, 384, 455, 464, 468, 482, 491, 506, 511, 581.

, Chichester's affection towards it, 341.

, will repair the ruined castle and pier, 341.

, castle of, 118, 252, 323.

, constable of castle of, 507.

, governor of, 252.

, inquisition at, 137, 149.

, King's palace of, 79.

, constable of, palace of, 114, 252, 507, 582.

Currie, Edw., pension of, 434.

Carrig, 58.

Carrighemilery, 375.

Carrigfoile, 352. See Carrickfoyle.

Carrigyneady, 68.

Carrol, James, 125, 253.

Carroll, James, pension of, 425.

, —, chief chamberlain, 430.

, —, pensioner, 434, 574.

, John, saddler in Dublin, 432.

, Thomas, 348, 349, 574.

Carrubbey, 90.

Carte MSS., account of, lx, and foll.

, Duke of Ormonde's papers in, xxvi.

Carty, Cornelius, 306.

, Donogh, 354.

, Tobias, 306.

Carvell, Lieutenant, pension of, 428.

Cashel, 125, 472, 474, 475.

, Archbishop of, late a friar, is now Archishop of Cashel, and Bishop of Waterford, Lismore, and Emly, 218.

, Archbishop of, 560, 566, 567.

, recusants of, 474.

, —, indicted, 474.

, —, only one conformist, 474.

, even the Archbishop's sons and sonsin-law, recusants, 474.

, John, 365.

, William, 365.

Casie, William, 254. See Casy.

, —, pension of, 423.

Cassie, Dennis, pensioner, 130.

Cassye, William, 128. See Casie and Casy.

Castellions (Castle Lyons), 7, 20.

Castle of Dubiin, 244.

Castle Chamber; see Star Chamber.

— —, court of, 122.

— —, precedents of jurors censured in, for false verdicts, 122.

— —, jurisdiction of court of, 350.

— —, speech of one of the King's learned counsel when recusants of Dublin were called on to answer, 350.

— —, accused by Sir Patrick Barnewell, 411, 486.

— —, proceedings against recusants in, 526.

— —, defence of proceedings in, concerning the Mandates, 584.

— —, precedents concerning, 585.

Castleconnell, Lord, pardon for, 180.

, —, joins in commending Sir Dominick Sarsfield, 306.

, —, pension of, 377.

Castleconnel, Richard Bourke, Lord, 473.

, —, —, inquisition to find his heir, 473.

Castle Fynen, 80.

Castlehaven, Gawen Harvey's company at, 5.

Castlehaven alias Glanbarragyno, 379.

Castleloghie, 247.

Castlemaigne, 252, 355.

Castlepark, 202.

, fort of, 342, 581, 582.

Castletown, of the O'Briens of Arra, to be surrendered to the King, 404.

Caswell, John, pension of, 426.

Casy, Edmond, 240.

, Francis, 240.

, George, 240.

, Gilbert, 240.

, John, 240.

, Ralph, 240.

, Robert, 240.

, Richard, 240.

, Thomas, 240.

Catch, Thomas, Captain, 30.

Catechism, to be translated into Irish, 241.

Catherlogh, (also Catherlough, Catherlagh,) (Carlow,) 9.

, castle of, granted to Earl of Thomond, 167.

, county of, 202, 323.

, castle of, 252.

, manor of, 251.

Catholics. See Papists, Popery.

— in Ireland, expectations of, at accession of James I., 29, 39.

, report that they had seized the churches at Drogheda, 17.

, this report denied by the mayor, 17.

, take possession of churches in Cork, Kilkenny, and Drogheda, 20.

— in Waterford, expected toleration and freedom of worship, 29.

, also at Wexford, 29.

, prohibit secret celebration of mass, 32.

, their churches re-consecrated when taken possession of, 34.

, swear to maintain the Catholic religion, 34.

, mass publicly celebrated at Thomastown and at Limerick, 36.

, discussion between Dr. White and the Lord Deputy at Waterford, 40–42.

, their zeal for the Pope and their religion, 46, 47.

, detail of their proceedings at Cork, 50–54, 56.

, report of Bishops of Dublin and Meath regarding them, 58–60.

, boldness of the Catholic clergy, 66.

, described as the "chief firebrands of rebellion," 81.

Catholics, the Irish delegates of, the King's proceedings with, 124.

, all their bishops and clergy to be banished the realm, 134.

, withdraw children from the [Protestant] bishops' schools, 153.

, scorn the censures of the [Protestant] church, 179.

, all clergy ordered to quit the realm before the last of September 1604, 190.

, towns of Munster swarm with priests, 193.

, the oath of supremacy refused, 212.

, the people would submit and conform but for the priests, 214.

, number and confidence of, 218.

, advised that they be compelled to conform, 228.

, their clergy to be banished, 241.

, those who are recusant to be excommunicated, 244.

, a royal proclamation against clergy suggested, 266.

, a judge to be set aside as being a recusant Catholic, 299.

, proclamation against priests, &c., 301– 303.

, priests numerous at Armagh, 317.

, obstinacy of the people in adhering to the religion owing to the indolence of "our unworthy bishops," 346.

, mandate to Catholics to attend church, 346, 347.

, decree thereupon, 348, 353, 355.

, proceedings regarding it, 360, 361.

, petition of the Catholics of Pale, 362, 365, 366.

, Chichester's account of, 367.

, Sir J. Davys's account of, 371, 372.

, names of Catholic fugitives, 379.

, recusants to be dealt with more leniently, 390.

, generally persist in refusing to conform, 402.

, refuse to give bonds, 404.

, proceeded against in the courts, 417.

, are reported as beginning to yield, 441.

, Brouncker orders them to attend him to church, 466.

, Chichester urges that they be compelled to send their youth to Trinity College, 490.

, poor Catholics beginning to conform at Dungarvan, 466.

, fines levied on 200 Catholics at Limerick, 474.

, they are encouraged to hold out against conformity by the measures of the Privy Council, 526.

Caulfield, Sir Tobias, 92, 201, 253.

, —, practises on Countess of Tyrone to get intelligence against her husband, 407, 408–410, 456.

Cavalry, all commands of, to be reduced to 26 men, 388.

, except the Lord Lieutenant's, 388.

Cavan, county, 342.

, —, in the King's disposal, 565.

, —, plantation by English servitors under some leading Englishman suggested, 565.

, county of, (otherwise called the Brenny), 561.

, —, Lord Deputy and Council visit, 561.

, —, assizes held by them, 562.

, town of, 565.

, Monaghan, and Fermanagh, 491, 512.

, Monaghan, and Fermanagh, state of, 558, 562.

Cavenagh, see Cavanagh, Kavanagh, and Donell Spanagh, 255.

, Gerrard M'Murtagh, 128.

Cavanaughs, the, become good subjects, 25. See Kavanagh.

Cecil, (also Cecyl, Ceisell, Sissell, Cecyll, Cycell, Robert, Knt., 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 23, 32, 36, 37, 46, 49, 54, 61, 64, 140, 142, 149, 153, 154, 155, 156, 162, 163, 175; Viscount Cranbourne, 258, 260, 261, 264, 265. See Salisbury.

Cess, compounded for by gentry of the Pale, 289, 303, 523.

, for Connaught, 74.

, composition for, 298.

, commission for enforcing amount of, in Connaught, 478.

Cesse, 572.

, whether the soldier had cess and pay at same time, 572.

Chains ordered to be provided for the books in Ussher's Library, xcviii.

Challoner, Doctor (Luke), 169.

, —, prebendary of Mullahidert, 170.

, John, Chief Secretary, lxxxvi.

, Rev. Dr., 213.

Chancellor, failing health and age of, 264.

, necessity of choosing a successor carefully, 262.

Chandos, Duke of, the Clarendon MSS. sold at his sale, lii.

Charges, all unnecessary, to be reduced, 394.

Charlemont, Tyrone to meet Godolphin at, 21.

, 201.

, fort, 323, 341.

, a castle should be built at, 342, 568.

Charlemount fort, lands to be assigned to, 318.

Chester, 247.

Chetham Library, Manchester, Irish historical papers in, cviii.

Chetham, Thomas, keeper of Birmingham Tower records, 433.

, —, surrenders examinatorship of Munster, 259.

Chichester, Sir Arthur, 73, 91, 107, 118, 194, 200, 204, 252, 253, 325, 326.

, —, his powers as Deputy, cxi.

, —, interesting character of his correspondence, cxiii.

, —, his munificence and hospitality, cxiii.

, —, impoverished thereby, cxiii.

, —, retains all the papers of his government, xxvii.

, —, is made Privy Councillor, 12.

, —, prays a new patent for his government and lands at Belfast, as the present one is defective, 108.

, —, would willingly sell his Belfast lands at the rate others sell, viz., 5l. in fee-simple, 109.

, —, governor of Carrickfergus, 137.

, —, settles the north, 149.

, —, prays payment of his debt. 149–50.

, —, has suffered loss by going to Carrickfergus, 150.

, —, his arrears to be paid, 164.

, —, recommended as Deputy, 175.

, —, represses rebels with great severity, "hanging above the third man," 178.

, —, to be appointed Deputy, 183.

, —, his troop and pay, 185.

, —, Lord Justice, 187.

, —, highly recommended as Lord Deputy, 190.

, —, informs Cranbourne he has sent for Sir Randal M'Donnell to come to Carrickfergus, about 140 islanders having arrived to him at the Rowte, 194.

, —, through modesty declines the place of Lord Justice, 205.

, —, the King overrules his scruples as to taking the place of Lord Justice, 205, 206.

, —, his entertainment and outfit, 206.

, —, his extraordinary diligence, 244.

, —, his refusal to receive the sword from Sir G. Carey approved generally, 246.

, —, excessive application to duty, 261.

, —, advises banishment of priests and Jesuits, 266.

, —, obtains grant of castle of Belfast, and other lands, 295.

, —, makes a progress to the north, 300.

, —, sends hawks to Salisbury, 306.

, —, desires to be relieved from his office, as too high for him, a poor younger brother, 362.

, —, hopes to produce general conformity, 371.

, —, petitions for repair of Kilmainham for summer residence, 381.

, —, his difficulty to find men for a garrison for Sir James Fullerton's house at Ballyncott, 382.

, —, has had Captain Connello and other pirates in prison, taken in a barque near Wexford, 382.

, —, intends to send Connello for trial to Barnstaple, where he robbed some merchants, 382.

, —, advices that benefit of clergy be taken away for piracy, 383.

, —, wishes to know from the Earl of Devonshire if he may banish Bassett and Marshall, the lately censured recusants, to England, they being English, 383.

, —, townspeople determinedly obstinate against conformity, 383.

, —, wishes citadels built in Waterford and Cork, 383.

, —, advises retrenchment, especially of pensions, 387–389.

, —, his advice as to repressive measures in religion disapproved by Privy Council, 389.

, —, set inquiries on foot as to gunpowder treason in Ireland, 406.

, —, reports the intrigues of priests and Jesuits, 438.

, —, reports forged Bull of the Pope, 440.

, —, watches closely Tyrone's proceedings and the reports from abroad, 442.

, —, proposes to settle Monaghan, Cavan, and Fermanagh, the next long vacation, 448.

, —, binds over Sir P. Barnewall and his steward to appear before Salisbury in London, 450.

, —, to make good (if he can) his charges against Sir P. Ley, 456.

, —, thinks Tyrone is, and ever will be, a discontented man, 451.

, —, on the Earl of Devonshire's death, Fenton suggests his entertainment should be increased, 456.

, —, his (Chichester's) regret at the Earl of Devonshire's death, 457, 490.

, —, wishes to be relieved of the government, 457.

, —, praises Fenton and Sir James Ley, 458.

, —, complains that his entertainments are less than ordinary, 480, 493, 496, 511.

, —, —, yet should be more, because his private means are less, 480.

, —, Tyrone while with him at Dublin professes obedience, but only dissembles, 482, 483.

, —, Chichester suggests a President and Council for Ulster, 482.

, —, suggests the placing of the children of the chief recusants at the college near Dublin, 490.

, —, a body of troops to be at Dublin in immediate attendance on the State, 490.

, —, freeholders should be planted in Ulster, 492.

, —, the Grahams should be placed in the other provinces rather than in Ulster, 492.

, —, sends dogs to Salisbury, 496.

, —, Salisbury's dealings with Sir P. Barnewall have comforted the State, 510.

, —, and appalled Sir P. Barnewall's faction, 510.

, —, complains of the clergy, 510.

, —, and of the absence of the Bishop of Derry, who unites in himself three sees, 510.

, —, the garrisoning of Ulster, 510.

, —, is soon to begin his journey to Monaghan, Cavan, and Fermanagh, 512.

, —, return of Irish beggars from France and Spain to Ireland, 512.

, —, they praise the bounty of King of Spain, 512.

, —, progress to reduce Monaghan, the Brennye, and Fermanagh, 528.

, —, account of Monaghan, Cavan, and Fermanagh, 562–566.

, —, poverty and ruin of, by tyranny of the Irish Lords, 562.

, —, —, English should settle among them to restrain their tyranny, 562.

, —, in Monaghan have appointed settlements for servitors, who are to reside, and hold sessions, 562.

, —, in Fermanagh no town or fixed habitation, 562.

, —, —, if improved, it would equal England, 562.

, —, Fermanagh divided by Lough Erne, 563.

, —, boats or "cotts" of a great oak hewn hollow, 563.

, —, his projects for a town corporate and bridge at Lisgool on Lough Erne, 563.

, —, Earl of Tyrconnell's discontent at Sir H. Folliott's alleged usurpation of his lands, 564.

, —, —, lands of his annexed to castle of Ballyshannon, 564.

, —, thinks Tyrconnell should not hold Abbey of Asheroe, as it endangers Ballyshannon, 564.

, —, Killybegs harbour: its excellence only too well known to those that had better not know it, 564.

, —, state of Cavan, 564.

, —, —, the chief, a child of 15, whom he (Chichester) will place at Trinity College, 564.

, —, the whole of Cavan is in the King's disposal, 565.

, —, suggests a plantation of English servitors, 565.

, —, town of Cavan described, 565.

, —, the barony of Loughtee should be reserved for the King and not given to Sir John O'Reilly, 565.

, —, plantation by Captain Garrett Fleming and Captain Tirrell, 565.

, —, reported design of Earl of Tyrconnell and Couconagh Maguire to embark at Killybegs for Spain, 565.

, —, Tyrone and Tyrconnell send messages to the Archduke, 565.

, —, Tyrone pretends to desire to withdraw his son from the Archduke's service, 565.

, —, lords and gentry of the Pale have each a son or near kinsman in the Archduke's service, 565.

, —, they were licensed by letters of the Lords of the Council of England to carry men, 565.

, —, Sir Randal M'Donnell, though from a beggar made great, is cancred and unthankful, 566.

, —, priests banished by proclamation from England fly into Ireland, 574.

, —, —, every house and hamlet a sanctuary for them, 574.

, —, —, two shipped hither from Liverpool, by order of that town, 575.

, —, —, they are now in prison in Dublin Castle, and shall be shipped to some other country, 575.

, —, distresses of the army for want of pay, 577.

, —, —, if not relieved, will become a laughing stock, 577.

Chichester Papers, lxi.

, —, incorrectly designated, lxi.

, —, more properly Huntingdon Papers, lxii.

, —, contain very few Royal letters, lv.

Chief Justice (of Ireland), 123.

, —, Carey complains of it as a pitiful thing that Ireland should be without one for a year and half and more, 123.

Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle, records of, lxxxvi.

Chiswell, bookseller, buys the Burghley Papers for Strype, xlv.

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, 99.

, —, Dublin, 347.

, —, aldermen of Dublin ordered by mandate to attend service there, 347.

Church attendance, compulsory, how far condemned by Church of Rome, 588.

Church livings, above 30l. per annum, in Pale, Sir G. Carey to send a list of, 590.

Churches, 467.

, in country towns, in ruins, 467.

, —, hence there is no commanding the people to attend, 467.

Cianimkin, 89.

Cily, 89.

Cistercian abbots, 586.

Cladie, island of, 566. See Claudie.

Claims, Court of, lxx.

Clanbrasselagh, annexed to the county Armagh, 318.

Clancaroll, 488.

Clancarty, Earl of, 247.

Clancherry, 484.

Clancy Connogher, 459.

, Donagh, 459.

, Moriertagh Lieth, 459.

Clandeboy, Lower or North, 321.

, Upper and Lower, 502, 503.

, plantation of, 502.

Claudie, harbour of (see Cladie), 567.

Clandonnels, the, 480.

, three septs of galloglasses in Leix, 480.

, accept 100l. a year each sept in lieu of their claims on the country, 480.

Clangibbon, Edmund Fitzgibbon, Baron of, 183.

Clangibbons of the Great Wood, 375.

Clanmahon, barony of, 566.

Clanmore, re-grant of, to Raphe Segerson, 196.

, lands of, in Itty, 268.

Clanmorris, rebels active in, 5.

Clanrickarde (also Clanrickard, Clanricard, Clanricarde), Earl of, 38, 39.

Clanricard, Earl of, 90, 91, 104, 118, 119, 201, 215, 253, 256, 347, 433, 547, 571, 589.

, —, to be made, for his conduct at Kinsale, Governor of Connaught and keeper of the King's house at Athlone, 105.

, —, seeks to have the same profits in the governorship of Connaught, as Sir Richard Bingham, 119.

, —, disarms kern and horsemen in Connaught, 161.

, —, purposes to go to England, when he shall settle the province, 177.

, —, appointed President of Connaught, 181.

, —, his troop and pay, 185.

, —, honourable order of this house, 215.

, —, his countess (late Countess of Essex) as contented and as well served as when Sir J. Davys last saw her in England, 215.

, —, his judgment in despatch of business, 215.

, —, his lady big with child, 215.

, —, petitions for leave to go to England, 263.

, —, license granted, 268.

, —, his troop to be reduced, 395.

, —, instructions to, 523–525.

, —, Countess of, otherwise Countess of Essex, 215.

Clare, county of, 114.

, 469, 470.

, assizes for, 469, 470.

, people of, 470.

, —, speak good English, 470.

, —, not so reformed as those of Munster, 470, 493, 573.

Clarence, Lionel, Duke of, 132.

Clarendon MSS. in the Sloane Collection (additional), history of, li.

Clarendon, 2nd Earl of, collection of MSS. made by him, li.

, 1st Earl of, Duke of Ormond's letter to, about Sir Jerome Alexander, cvi.

Clark, Sir William, 378.

Clarke, Sir William, pension of, 130, 254, 425.

Clements, Hugh, petition of, lxxxiv.

Clement's Inn Fields, 589.

Clendinning, John, 555.

Clergy (Catholic), boldness of, 66.

, —, measures for repression and expulsion of, 169, 190, 241, 266, 301, 303.

Clergy, Protestant, memorials for the reformation of, 241.

, pluralities possessed by unpreaching ministers to be taken from them, all but one, 241.

, unpreaching ministers to read a homily to their parishioners each Sabbath, 241.

, 486.

, discreet preachers should be sent over from England, 486.

, —, who should retain their English benefices, 486.

, neglectful, 510.

, visitors should be sent over, 510.

, the King's desires for a zealous and learned, in Ireland, 590.

Clerks of the Crown, where needed, to be appointed, 136.

Clifford, Sir Alexander, 109.

, Sir Conyers, 104, 119, 590.

Clinton, John, 365.

, Patrick, 365.

, Thomas, 365.

Cloghdoe, 68.

Clogher, Bishop of, 503.

, bishopric of, 462.

Cloghnedromyne, 124.

Cloncowlie, 570.

Clonmel, 125.

, burgesses of, obstinate recusants, 475.

, fuller of priests, &c. than elsewhere, because of the Earl of Ormonde's palatinate jurisdiction, 475.

, 200 recusants indicted there, 476.

, recusants there bound over to appear before President and Council at Cork, 476.

, names of priests that haunt Clonmel, 476.

Clonemore, Sir Nicholas Walshe writes from, 19.

Cloth of Estate and Sword, 480.

, demanded for the Deputy's honour, 480, 488.

Clotworthy, Hugh, 506.

Cloyne, Bishop of, 218.

Cludagh, 89.

Cluhurracgh, 89.

Cnoysse, 90.

Coal, William, Captain, overseer of barges at Ballyshannon, 280.

Cobham, Earl of, 92.

Cochul, a hood worn by ancient Irish, xiii.

Coin, base, 69.

, inscriptions for the new shillings and sixpences, 72.

, proclamation to be made for establishing a new standard, 87.

, copper coin, not to be changed at same time as silver standard, 87.

, proclamation for new standard of silver, 93.

, Sir George Carey's suggestions for decrying of the, 97.

, suggestion that silver harps be made current in England, 100.

, loss to the King by the mass of decried coin lying on hand, 101.

, the King would have more praise for regulating the standard than for 20,000 pardons passed since his accession. (Sir J. Davys), 112.

, tumult in Galway about base coin, 112.

, tradesmen imprisoned for refusing to accept, on sales, 112.

, silver harps of Ireland to be current in England, 113.

, Deputy and Council will that the groat be decried by proclamation to 2d., 115.

, bought up underhand by merchants, and exported to France and England, 123.

, Sir George Carey makes payments in two parts mixed moneys, and one part silver, 123.

, a brief note of the several coins current in Ireland, 239.

, Lords of the Council object to making the standard of England and Ireland the same, 547.

, losses and gains to the King by, 501.

, as current by proclamations, 499.

, the different proclamations, 499, 500.

Coinage, 486, 489.

, that both kingdoms should have one standard, 486.

, in Ireland, condition of, 520–2, 525, 531, 547.

, equalization of standard in Ireland and England, 547.

, base, in Ireland, discontents caused by, 26, 61, 63, 64.

, —, valuation of, 138.

Coiners in Ireland, 8.

Coke, Edw., 10.

, Sir Edward, correspondence with Sir R. Cotton, xl.

, Edward, 228.

, —, Attorney-General, 229.

Cole, John, 128, 254.

Coleman, Richard, Chief Remembrancer, 429, 589. See Colman.

Coleraine, 321.

, a plantation there of English and Scots recommended, 322.

, a corporate town should be made there, 510.

, abbey of, 322, 341.

, —, confirmed to Captain Philips, 341.

Collections, private, Irish State Papers in, cviicix.

Collom, Robert, 110.

, William, 110.

Colman, Mr., Chief Remembrancer, 76, 77.

Colonies of English, of late, in Munster, 232.

Colrane, 318.

, garrison to be formed at, out of other bands, 526. See Coleraine.

Comerford (also Cummerford), Gerald, Mr. Justice, 32, 34, 50.

, Gerald, 71, 121, 122.

, Mr. [ ], 73.

, Thos., pension of, 433, 591.

Commission, Historical Manuscripts, cviii.

, —, second report of, promises much interesting matter for Irish history, cviii, cix.

, for repression of titulary bishops, seminary priests, Jesuits, and friars, 169.

, for division of Cork county, 516.

, of defective titles, 528.

, court of, high, 547.

Common Prayer, statute of 2nd Elizabeth for uniformity in, 337, 343, 353.

, statute for uniformity in, to be exemplified under Great Seal, as printed copies are imperfect, 337, 343, 353.

, book of, to be translated into Irish, 357.

, —, not yet translated into Irish, 467.

Composition, to be renewed in all the provinces, 135.

, of cess, commission for, renewed, 298.

, Sir H. Sidney's, with galloglasses of Leix, 480.

, collection of, resisted in Meath, 548.

, of Connaught, 478.

, —, what it yields, 478.

Compton, Roger, pension of, 427.

Con, Lough, fishings of, 576.

, Owen, 379.

Concordatums, allowances made by, 266.

, list of, 279–284.

, 207, 497.

Condon, David, the Deputy and Council to hear the case between him and Arthur Hide, 199.

, —, complains that Arthur Hide has been granted his father's lands, as if he had been in rebellion with Jas. Fitzmaurice, which is untrue, 199.

, Patrick, leaves Lord Barry's nephew as his successor, 156.

, —, recommended to Cecil, 156.

, —, lands of, 199.

, —, nephew of Lord Barry, claims restoration of his lands, 287.

, —, attainted for burning a house at Ballyhendon, 287.

, claim to lands of Arthur Hyde, 288.

, Mr., 460.

Condon's Country in Cork, 516.

Confederate Catholics, records of their government, lxx.

Conformity, general, expected by Chichester and Davys, through penal proceedings, 372.

, in religion to be enforced, 545.

, by attending church compulsorily, how far condemned by Church of Rome, 588.

Cong, abbey of, 113.

Conilogh, 380.

Connaught, 105, 119.

, decrees of banishment to, lxx.

, Earl of Clanricard to be governor of, 105.

, is at length reasonably settled, 262.

, amount of composition of, 478.

, the Magherie of, 570.

, rebels of, 223.

, Rotheric, King of, 231.

, and Tyrconnell, commissary of victuals for, 74.

, President and Council of, 552.

Connello, Captain, 382.

Connors, the, 465.

Conran, Philip, alderman, Catholic recusant, censured in Star Chamber, 391.

, —, fined 200l., 391.

Constable, Ralph 34.

, Sir Ralph, 91, 454.

, —, his troop, 186, 201, 253.

, —, —, to be reduced, 395.

, —, command at the Lyffer, 436.

, —, his services commended by Chichester, 519.

Conway, Sir Edward, Baron of Conway and Killultagh, xxxi.

, Sir Foulk, 91, 137, 200, 253, 371, 451, 456.

, —, his troop, 186.

, —, —, to be reduced, 395.

, —, to command at Enshelaghan, 436.

, —, his services commended by Chichester, 440, 441.

(Conewaie), John, 111.

, Lord, borrows papers from the Paper Office, xxiii.

Conway Papers, history of, xxxi-xxxvii.

, —, seen by Horace Walpole, xxxii; and by Mr. J. Wilson Croker, xxxiii.

, —, —, given to him by Marquess of Hertford, xxxiii.

, —, —, and by him to the Public Record Office, xxxiv.

Cooche [Cootes], Sir Thomas, 91, 201, 253.

, —, pension of, 427.

Cooch, Sir Thomas, 340, 341.

, —, his troop, 185.

, —, —, to be discharged, 394.

Cook, John, trustee for new university, xcvii.

, Mr., arrival in Dublin, 50.

Cooke, Sir Antony, 110.

, John, pension of, 428.

, Mr. [ ], secretary, lxxv.

, Richard, Chancellor of Exchequer, lxxxvii.

, —, Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, 65.

, —, to have manor of Dunshaughlin and Dunsink, &c. in fee farm, 65.

, —, to be joint secretary with Fenton, 102, 206, 209.

, —, Chief Baron, unable to travel to England on account of illness, 261.

, —, still delayed, 266.

, —, proceeds to England, 270.

, —, goes to Connaught, 277.

, —, censured by Chichester, 307, 326.

, —, Chancellor, 429.

, —, chief secretary, 431.

, —, clerk of Crown, 431, 461, 488.

, —, clerk of Crown in Connaught and Clare, 515.

Cooper, Reade, ensign, 109.

, Wm., petition of, lxxv.

Coote, Captain, 6.

, Charles, grant to, of office of provost marshal of Connaught, 149.

Cootes, Sir Thos., pension for life, 539.

Copper coin, no more than six per cent. to be required to be taken of, 500.

Coppinger, Walter, 45, 53, 122.

Cork, 119, 120, 121, 125.

, assizes of, 468.

, Bishop of, 468.

, citadel, 341.

, —, Sir Josias Bodley instructed to erect one, 341.

, citadel at, 491.

, city of, 208, 222, 463, 466, 468, 491.

, the sickness at, has driven Sir Henry Brouncker to the ruinous house at Mallow, 208.

, a fort necessary to be erected at, 46.

, county of, to be divided, 516.

, indictment (copy of), against William Mead, recorder of Cork, 119.

, Jesuits, &c. in, 66.

, list of the jurors that acquitted William Mead, recorder of Cork, arraigned of treason, 119.

, mayor of, defends the loyalty of the city, 55, 76, 121.

, —, disobedient, and must be terrified, 5.

, —, sedition of citizens, 43, 44, 45.

, —, arrests the ammunition sent to Youghal, 45.

, —, circulates libels, 48.

, names of priests in, 476.

, seditions condition of, 26, 37, 47, 49, 50–53.

, 100 recusants of, fined, 469.

, recorder of, William, Meagh, 65, 66.

, river of, 202.

, Cloyne, and Ross, Bishop of, 218.

Cork House, Council Chamber at, lxxx.

, —, —, removed from during repairs, lxxx-lxxxi.

, —, gallery of, surveyed as a place for Ussher's library, xcviii.

Cornwayle, Henry of, 586.

Cornewale, John, clerk of munitions at Armagh, 280, 281.

Corunna (the Groyne, Groine), 3, 4.

, Irish fugitives at, 47.

Corporations, to be repressed by force of arms, 46, 47.

Coshbride, in Cork, 516.

Coshmore, in Cork, 516.

Cosherie, 469.

, forbidden, 469.

, Munster Lords promise to abandon it, 469.

Costigan, Sir Walter, priest in Ossory, 179.

Costume, ancient Irish, xiii, xiv.

Cotton, [] Captain, 352.

, Edmond, certificate of services of, 176.

, Sir Robert, collection of books and manuscripts, xxxviii.

, —, his questionable mode of acquiring State Papers, xxxix, xl.

, —, Mr. Brewer's strictures upon, xl.

, —, his fearless and unconcealed possession of them, xliii.

, —, appropriates books of London Corporation, xliii.

, —, probable source of the Irish State Papers now in his collection, xliv–xlv.

Cotts, boats of a great oak, hollowed, 563.

Council of Ireland, proceedings of, but little recorded before the reign of King Henry VII., xvii.

, messages of, to the King, xviii.

, authorised by statute 33 Henry VIII. to elect a chief governor, on avoidance of the office by death or otherwise, 233.

Council of State in England, 238.

, should be mixed of the three nations, 238.

Council became prominent in the government of Ireland after Henry VII., xvii.

Council books of Ireland, none said to be earlier than Henry VIII., lxix.

, earliest, lxix.

, yet some earlier ones referred to by Sir J. Davys, lxix.

, to be searched to discover if the soldier had cess and pay at same time, 572.

Council Chamber, King's, Queen's, and Prince's pictures for, 480, 488.

, cloth of estate, &c. for, 480, 488.

Counties, the eleven ancient, of Leinster and Munster, cxi, note.

Courcy, John de, 306.

, Lord, 468.

Courtenay, Sir William, 100, 108, 116.

Courts of law should be built, 488.

Coventry, John, 79.

Covert, John, pension of, 428.

Cowp, Read, concordotum of 20l. for his services, 282.

Coysh, 90.

Cragg, Randall, pensioner, 130, 426.

Cranagh, a Popish bishop, 416.

Cranmer, Archbishop, advised that Princess Mary should be permitted to have mass privately in her house, 60.

Cranwell, Stephen, messenger, 430.

Creaghts of Muskerry, 44.

Creditors of the Government, list of, 534.

, press for the repayment of their money, 535–536.

Creffe, Roger, recusant, complains of Sir James Ley, 398.

Crehall, Nicholas, 127, 254.

, —, pension of, 421.

Croftes, Sir Henry, 477. See Crofts.

Crofton, Edward, 39.

, John, 89.

Crofts, Sir Henry, scout-master, 184.

Croker, Hugh, 110.

, John Wilson, presents Conway and Throckmorton Papers to the Public Record Office, xxxiii.

Crokin, William, 476.

Cromwell, Henry, restores Dr. Stearne to his fellowship in Trinity College, Dublin, ci.

, —, trustee for new university, xcvii.

Cromwell, Lord, commission as governor of Lecale, 316; with grant of M'Cartan's Country, 316, 527.

, —, purchases one half of Phelim M'Cartan's lands, 325.

, —, command in Leeale, 436, 441.

, —, pay to be continued in his absence at Parliament, 445.

, —, 454, 456, 512.

, —, urges for a speedy settlement of his claim to his estate in Leeale, 514.

Crosbie, Patrick, threatens to expel John FitzNicholas from Tirbroine in Kerry, 269.

Crosby, John, 97.

, —, Bishop of Kerry, 218.

, Patrick, 97.

, [ ], 117.

Cross, Tipperary, 474.

, assizes for, 474.

Crowe, William, chirographer, 430.

Cudworth, Rev. Ralph, trustee for new university, xcvii.

Cullam, Patrick, 130, 254.

, —, pension of, 425, 428.

Cullen, Patrick, pension of, 434.

, [ ], 591.

Culme, Hugh, pension of, 427.

Culmore, 322, 341, 364.

, castle of, 79.

, to be made a ward, with constable, 437.

, fishings of, 79.

Cumberland, Earl of, 553, 578.

, high sheriff of, 577.

— and Westmoreland, gentry of, subscribe for transplantation of the Grahams, 551.

Curtis, George, pension of, 427.

Curton, grant to the Crown of, xi.

Cusack, [ ], 579.

, Christopher, president of the College of Paris, 309.

, James, clerk of the Crown in Dublin, &c., 271.

, James, 363.

, John, 363.

, Patrick, 363.

, Robert, 363.

Custom House, the new, at Dublin, lxxx.

Cutt, Henry, lends money for the army, 534.

Cuttings, by the lords of counties, to be forbidden, 134.