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Index: E

Pages 615-616

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

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E.

Earth, Joseph, account of, 150.

East, Edward, prebendary of Staggaire, 171.

East Bothin, 197.

Easton, 557.

Ecclesiastical Commission, 497.

Eccleston, Tristram, constable of Dublin, 432.

Edgeworth, Francis, clerk of first fruits, 429.

Edmonds, Francis, 110.

Edmunds, Sir John, intends to surrender his lands to the King, 153.

Edney, Walter, captain at the Groyne, 4, 6.

, —, pension of, 164, 256, 426.

Edward II., grant by, 133.

— III., grant by, 133.

— IV., grant by, 133.

— VI., refused to tolerate Popery, 60.

, Black Prince, 133.

— Longshanks, 133.

, eldest son of Richard III., 133.

, Prince, grant of Ireland to, by Henry III., xii.

Edwards, Mr., defends Sir Robert Cotton, xl, xli.

, George, 256.

Eirer, Anne, 377.

Eleanor of Castile, marriage with Prince Edward, xiii.

Election of Chief Governor, 233.

, —, on avoidance of the office by death, regulated by statute 33 Hen. VII., 233.

, —, not necessary he should be an Englishman born, as vulgarly supposed, 233.

Eliot, Baron, goes on circuit to Munster with Chief Justice Walshe, 517.

Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor, 195.

Elliot, John, 348, 349, 372.

Elliott (also Eleyott), John, third Baron of Exchequer, 279, 280, 282, 429, 489.

, Thomas, pensioner in Spain, 398.

Elphinston, the Lord, 106.

Emly, Bishop of, 218.

Encorrige, David, 375.

England, conquest of, 232.

Enisholaghlin, 323.

Eniskene, 489.

Enniscorthy, timber to be had at, 523.

Enniskillen, 567, 568.

Ennos, John, Catholic recusant, complains of Sir James Ley's refusing copies of the indictment, 398.

Entry books, value of, xxviii.

, list of the Council Office, in 1683, lxix, lxxi.

Erne, the river, 561.

, —, boats on, called "cotts," made of a great oak, hollowed, 563.

Erck, John Caillard, his calendar of Patent Rolls of Chancery of James I., xciv.

Eryatts, see Uriaghts.

Esk, Leven, and Sark, 551, 578, 579.

Esmond, Sir Lawrence, captain of foot, 186, 200, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 427, 459, 503.

, Patrick, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Esmonde, Sir Lawrence, 91, 592.

Espagne, Don Daniel, Kavanagh, 146. See Spaniagh, Donell.

Essendon, Lord Cecil, Baron, 112.

Essex, Countess of, otherwise Countess of Clanricarde, 215.

, Earl of, 50, 77, 237, 347, 348, 461, 488, 489, 491.

, Lord Lieutenant, 127.

Establishment, reduction of, embarrasses Chichester, 200.

, further reduction required, but this must be left to be managed by Chichester, 388.

, further reductions, 393.

, for Ireland, 1606, 441.

, old and new compared, 441.

Eustace, Alexander, captain in Spanish service, 396.

, John, keeper of gaol at Naas, 432.

, Oliver, a lawyer, petitions for pardon for having communicated with a priest on a matrimonial case, 534, 535.

, —, fiant for pardon, 541.

, Patrick, pensioner in Spain, 397.

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

, Christopher, 364.

, James, 364.

, Maurice, 364.

, Nicholas, 364.

, Oliver, 364.

, Walter, 364.

Everard, Henry, 61, 62.

, Mr. John, Justice, 23.

, —, second Justice of King's Bench, 279, 430.

, —, a notorious recusant, otherwise of high character, is to be advised to resign his judgeship, 299.

, —, could not be removed for want of a fitting successor, 401.

, —, Deputy and Council will urge him to conform, to avoid removing him, for he is a worthy judge, 331.

Everarde, Thomas, 363.

Evers, Mr., 579.

Ewyer, Anne, widow, pensioner, 434.

Examination, of Richard Caddell, 69.

, touching the projected embarkation of the Earl of Tyrconnell and Couconagh Maguire for Spain, 566.

, of Teig O'Corkran, 566.

Exchequer, abuses of, corrected, 295.

, accounts of, to be examined, and all to be reorganised, 136.

, Ancient Kalendars of, x, xix.

Exeter, 383.

, Walter Stapledon, Bishop of, his Kalendar, ix.

Eyfeld, Antony, 109