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Index: D

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

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Dalie, Nicholas, vicar of Galtrim, 173.

Dalloway, John, 581. See Dalway.

Dalton, John, 365.

, Nicholas, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Redmond, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Thomas, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Tybalt, rector of Rathconert, 174.

, [—], vicar of Molingar, 174.

Dalway, Mr., 69, 79.

Danes, the, 321.

, their dealings at Derry, 321.

Daniel, Mr., treasurer of St. Patrick's, 169.

, Nicholas, recusant, complains of Sir James Ley, 398.

, William, gone to Connaught to get aid to translate Book of Common Prayer into Irish, 357.

, —, employed to translate the Book of Common Prayer into Irish, 357.

Daniell, Robert, Captain, pensioner in Spain, 396.

Darcy, [ ], Captain, 339, 345.

, William, 109.

, —, Captain, enlists soldiers for foreign service, 298, 579.

, Garrett, Ensign, pensioner in Spain, 396.

Datalligh, 90.

Davers, Sir Henry, sent to announce to James I., the death of Elizabeth, 1, 10, 13, 16.

, Sir Henry, 109.

, John, 109.

, Silvester, 109.

Davys (also Davyes, Davis, Davies), Sir John, 88, 111, 195, 206, 209, 212, 215, 243, 326, 334, 350, 369, 370, 371, 372, 377, 429, 463, 494.

, —, on Parliaments in Ireland, xviii.

, —, his papers, xxvi.

, —, his daughter married to Earl of Huntingdon, lxii.

, —, his term of office in Ireland, Iv.

, —, error as to his date of leaving office in Ireland, Iv.

, —, appointed Lord Chief Justice of England, lvi, note; but dies before entering on office, ibid.

, —, his interesting and able letters, cxiv.

, —, extensive private practice, cxiv.

, —, his accounts of his circuits, cxiv.

, —, endeavours to mediate between Sir G. Carey and the Earl of Devonshire, cxv.

, —, at his first view approves of the law courts at Dublin, iii.

, —, to be Solicitor-General, 88, 139, 140, 141.

, —, relates his first observation of the country to Cecil, 142.

, —, criticises the state of religion, the bishops and clergy, 143.

, —, churches neglected and in ruin, 143.

, —, preaching neglected, 143–144.

, —, complains of paucity of officials, 144.

, —, condems the system of "cesse," 144.

, —, the facility of obtaining the King's pardon, 146.

, —, condemns the base coinage, 147.

, —, proposes a scheme for reforming the currency, 154–155.

, —, for a learned ministry, 154.

, —, for appointing English judges, 155.

, —, goes on Lent circuit in 1604 through great part of Leinster, 158.

, —, desires to see tenants possessing durable estates, 160.

, —, held a sessions at Galway, and found the people as civil and more obedient than the people of the Pale, 215.

, —, was commissioned to hold assizes in Sir H. Harrington's country, but it was revoked, 215.

, —, reports on state of legal staff, 261.

, —, has travelled 1,000 miles in Ireland at his own charge, 261.

, —, to be sent to England with Sir Richard Cooke, 262.

, —, delayed, 266.

, —, proceeds to England, 270.

, —, Master of the Rolls, 277.

, —, goes to Connaught and King and Queen's Counties on business of the composition, 277.

, —, recommended by Privy Council, 306.

, —, his speech in the Castle Chamber at the censuring of the recusants, 350.

, —, King's prerogative in matters ecclesiastical as old as the planting of churches of England and Ireland, 350.

, —, expects that the proclamations and penalties will produce general conformity, 372.

, —, recommended by Chichester as Attorney-General, 400.

, —, appointed Attorney-General, 445.

, —, his observations on Munster, 463.

, —, having seen the other three provinces before his visit to Munster (the fourth and best part), his eye is now satisfied, 463.

, —, regrets the state of the Church, 463.

, —, mourns over Lord Devonshire's death, who first transplanted him to Ireland, 463.

, —, his observations on Munster after holding the assizes, 463.

, —, Munster governed by President and Council about 30 years past, 464.

, —, on the numerous bastards in Ireland, 465.

, —, they increase the septs to a formidable power, 465.

, —, the septs should be scattered and transplanted, 465.

, —, proceedings with the recusants at Waterford, 465.

, —, the number of the poorer sort that conformed at Dungarvan, 466.

, —, proceedings at Youghal, 468.

, assizes at Cork, 468.

, —, —, for Clare and Thomond, 469.

, —, —, at Limerick, 470.

, —, remarks on the Kerry undertakers, 472.

, —, 200 Limerick recusants fined, 474.

, —, assizes at Cashel for Cross Tipperary, 474.

, —, only one conformer, 475.

, —, the sons and sons-in-law of the Archbishop, recusants, 475.

, —, 100 indicted, 475.

, —, assizes at Clonmel, 475, 476.

, —, obstinacy of Clonmel recusants, 476.

, —, names of priests frequenting Clonmel, 476.

, —, entertained by the sick Earl of Ormond at Carrick on St. George's day, 477.

, —, commissioner for division of Cork co., 517.

Dawson, Joshua, deputy clerk of Council, evidence of, lxxxv.

Dearth at Dublin in 1599, 96.

Deax, Abraham, 365.

Dee, Dr., supplies MSS. to Cotton, xliii.

Defence of the proceedings on the mandates in the Castle Chamber, 584.

Delahide [ ], 579.

, John, 65.

, Rowland, 352.

, Captain, 336, 339.

Delahoid, Gerald, 363.

, James, 126, 254.

, —, pension of, 421.

Delahoyd, Walter, Captain, to be permitted to enlist soldiers for foreign service, 298.

Delamare, Theobald, 364.

Delvin, Lady Mary (widow), 74, 75.

, Richard, Lord, 74, 75, 363.

, barony of Clonmahon, co. Cavan, given to him, 564.

, Lord and Lady, complaint against Sir Francis Shane, 312–314.

, —, opinion of Privy Council on, 536.

, —, their contest with the O'Ferralls, 418–419.

, —, ought to be persuaded to go to Protestant church, 439.

Demyn, Sir Edmund, heirs of, 116.

Denmark, King of, 496.

Deputy Keeper of Public Records, viii.

, —, thirtieth report of, ix.

Derbishire, John, rector of Ballygarth, 173

Derrick's Image of Ireland, illustrations of, xiii.

Derrie, the, 321, 322. See Derry.

Derry, 341, 464, 468, 568.

, Bishop of, 462, 468, 503, 510.

, —, should reside in Ireland, 510.

, —, has Rapho and Clogher as well as Derry, 510.

, infant city of, to be cherished, 481.

— is among neighbours who long for its ruin, 481.

— city to be maintained, 524.

, lands to be assigned to, 136.

, map of plantation of, missing, xxx.

Derwillaine, 375.

Desies, the Geraldines of, 464.

Desmond, Countess of, pension of, 434.

, country of, 573.

, Earl of, 235, 483.

, —, his three daughters, 344.

, three sisters of James, Earl of, 255.

, —, pension to, 453.

, Earl and Countess of, to be put in possession of lands of Granamonagh, 268.

, Gerald, Earl of, 375.

, John M'Thomas of, 385, 386, 454.

, —, exile in Spain; his countrymen flock to him for protection and patronage, 385, 386.

, Maurice Fitz John, 379.

, Thomas Fitz John, 379.

— rebellion, 547.

Develyn (Dublin), 9.

Devenish Island, 561, 563.

— —, the camp at, 566, 568.

Deverox, Richard, pensioner on Spain, 398.

Devonshire, Earl of, Henry Blount, Lord Mountjoy, elected Lord Justice by the Council, cxi.

, —, created Lord Deputy by the new King, cxi.

, —, afterwards Lord Lieutenant, cxi.

, —, goes to England and resides there, cxi.

, —, created Earl, 365, 367, 455, 456, 457, 460, 549.

, —, his death, 455, 456, 457, 460, 490.

Deyse, Thomas, a priest at Paris, 309.

Digby, Sir Robert, 583.

Dillon, Bartholomew, 256, 363.

, Gerald, 212, 338, 501.

, (Gerratt), clerk of crown, 430.

, Gerrott, pension of, 428.

, George, 364.

, Henry, 67.

, —, his accusation against Rochford, 69.

, Sir James, 356, 363, 367, 371.

, —, committed to Castle prison, 367.

, —, recusant, arrested but released, 415.

, Sir Lucas, 356.

, Matthew, 363.

, Richard, 363.

, Sir Robert, 221.

, Sir Theobald, prays a remission of his composition, 183.

, Thomas, Chief Justice of Connaught, 432.

Dingell (Dingle), 6.

Discrimination, books of, called Black-Books, lxxv.

— —, intrusted to private custody, lxxv.

— office, lxxv.

Dixon, Mr. Hepworth, suggests restoration to England of Philadelphia Papers, xc.

Dobs, Mr., 507.

Dobson, Thomas, 382.

Docquet Books, nature of, xxviii, xxxiv.

Dockwra (also Dockwrae, Docwra, Dockwray), Sir Henry, 9, 14, 17, 24, 90, 92.

, —, ordered to apprehend Neal Garve O'Donnell, 24.

, —, appointed governor of Derry for life, 141.

, —, of Loughfoyle, 185.

, —, prays for a grant of lands such as others of his rank have had, 189.

, —, 321, 201, 253, 252, 452, 456, 495, 549.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

, —, his troop to be kept at Derry 435, 441.

, —, found he cannot return to Derry, 524.

, —, permitted to surrender his command of Derry and his company to George Pawlett, 529.

, Sir Thomas, troop of, 185.

, —, reduced, 395.

Dod, Dr., 367.

, Roger, 347.

, —, made Bishop of Meath, 347.

Dodd's Castle, 377.

Doddington, Edward, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Dode (a Dr. of Physic), applies to the Primate for the archdeaconry of Meath, 401.

Dodington, Captain Edward, 92.

Dog and bitch for Salisbury, 246.

Dogs, 246.

, a dog and bitch for Salisbury, 346.

, present of, to Viscount Cranbourne, 212.

, Earl of Thomond sends a brace to Lord Cranbourne, 251.

, Chichester hopes to get some, for Lord Cranbourne, 243.

, Chichester sends dogs and a bitch great with whelps, a present to Salisbury, 362.

— for King of Denmark, 496.

Dolway, see Dalway.

Donamore, rectory of, 113.

Done, Hugh, 256.

Donegal, 566.

, Barons of, 80.

, plantation map of, missing, xxx.

Donell, Spaniagh [see Kavanagh], pension of, 426.

, John, pension of, 426.

Donganon, see Dungannon.

Donnell, Spaniagh, 255.

Donovan, Castle Donovan, 120.

Dorington, Edward, 345.

Dorset, Gray, Marquis of, Deputy of King Henry VIII. in Ireland, 234.

Douai, education at, to be forbidden, 153.

Doubleday, Edmund, teller of Mint, 138.

Doudall (Dowdall), Sir John, commissioner for dividing Cork county, 517.

Dowdal, George, 365.

, Sir John, 110, 459, 503, 545.

, Luke, 110.

, Nicholas, 110.

Down, county of, 321.

— and Connor, Bishop of, 283, 575.

Downes, Edmund, 379.

Downey, Patrick, 128.

, —, resigns pension, 422.

Downing, John, lieutenant of Sir Francis Barkley, hangs an innocent man of Lord Thomond's, 444.

, —, 470.

, —, murders two idiots, 471.

, —, found guilty, 471.

, —, reprieved, 471.

, —, pension of, 426.

Downton, Rig., chief engrosser, 429.

Draper, Mr. [], recommended for two small bishoprics, near his living in Tyrone, 84.

, Robt. 114.

, —, rector of Trym, 172.

Drewe, John, 254.

, —, pension of, 424.

Drogheda (Tredagh), 200, 245, 453.

, —, proceedings of the Catholics in, 17.

, —, justified by the mayor, 20.

, Midsummer law terms to be held at, on account of the sickness in Dublin, 162.

, full of priests, 582.

, two banished thither from Liverpool, 575.

, mayor and sheriffs of, 590.

Dromcuynugy, 90.

Dromgold, Thos., lends money for the army, 534,

Dromgole, Patrick, 365.

Dromore (also Drumore), bishopric of, 331.

, represented as adjacent to Limerick, 403.

, sought to be annexed to Limerick and Kilfennor (Kilfenora), 403.

Dropmore Manuscripts, Irish State Papers in, cviii.

, probably the Duke of Buckingham's papers, cix.

Dromynive, 68.

Drumuskin (Drumiskin), 30.

Dublin, reserved from Henry III.'s grant of Ireland, xii.

, plague in, 117,

, deserted on account of sickness, 162.

, courts suspended in, 163.

, mayor of, 212.

, —, refuses the oath of supremacy, 213, 232.

, plague in, 250.

, answer of Chief Justice Popham and Attorney-General Coke to petition of citizens of Dublin, 228.

, plague in, 77, 117, 327. 331,334, 344, 346, 571.

, aldermen of, commanded by mandate to come to church, 346, 353.

, —, sixteen of the best, 355.

, recusant aldermen of, 356, 359.

, seven aldermen of, besides the mayor, and 400 of all sort, attend sermon, 334.

, recusants in, are very obstinate, 407.

, what lawyers denied the prerogative of the Star Chamber to fine and imprison them, 449.

, recusants, aldermen of, 466.

, of 20 censured, fined, and imprisoned, only one yielded, 466.

, Chichester urges that a force should attend the State at Dublin, ready to be sent anywhere, 490, 491.

, mayor of, 584.

, —, his duty to attend Deputy to church, 584.

, —, disobeys the mandate ordering him to attend at church, 584.

, flocking of priests, &c. to, 582.

, great want of money in, 308.

, great blast of gunpowder in, ruins many churches, 356.

—, Castle, George Caddell committed to, 67.

, —, noisome by reason of the prison there, 381.

, corporation of, seek a new charter, 440.

, —, blast of powder ruins the Parliament Hall in, 460.

, —, recusant aldermen in prison of the Castle, 349, 359, 467.

, —, two priests banished from Liverpool, and set down in Drogheda, imprisoned in Dublin Castle, 575.

, county of, 511.

, arrears of His Majesty's rents in, 511.

Dublin and Meath, Bishops of, certificate of the state of their dioceses, 151.

, diocese of, certificate of, 169.

Dullimgh, 90.

Dudley, Thomas, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Duff, James, complaint against Walter Sedgrave, serjeant-at-arms, 438.

, Morice M'Gibbon, 468, 471.

, Stephen, mayor of Drogheda, 17.

Duiffe, Hugh, sept of, 248.

Dun, Charles, to be a judge of the Prerogative Court, 191.

Dunboyne, Lord, Walter Butler, son of, 380.

, rectory of, 65.

Dunboy, custodiam of, 4.

Duncannon, fort of, 26.

, munitions stored in, 37.

, custody of, granted to Josias Bodley, 138.

, —, 252, 342, 459, 503, 592.

Dundalk, 125, 200, 341, 345, 464.

Dundrum Castle, Lord Cromwell, governor of, 316.

Dungan, Sir Teig, priest in Ossory, 179.

Dungannon, 21, 125, 194, 322, 549, 570.

, Baron of, questioned by Chichester, 408.

Dungarvan, 252, 466, 511, 581.

, constableship of, in reversion, granted to Edward Carey, 306.

, fort of, 342.

, —, granted to Ned Carey, 342.

, parsonage of, 78.

Dungarvon, warders of, pay of, 179.

Dunghilson, Andrew, 555.

Dungiven, 484.

, abbey of, claimed by Sir J. Sidney, 484.

Dungroff, manor of, surrendered, 167.

Dunkett, rectory of, 195.

Dunloyhy, 89.

Dunne, Charles, Master in Chancery, 431.

, William, 556.

Dunsany, Lord, 69.

Dunshaughlin, manor of, 65.

Dunsink, 65.

Durime, 90.

Durryeletter, 90.

Dutchmen to inhabit Loughfoyle, according to their own proposal, 237.

Dutton, Richard, marshall, 430.

Dyrrie, the (Derry), Montgomery, bishop elect of, 405.