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Index: F

Pages 616-618

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

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Fagan, John, 363.

Fagane, Thomas, seditious conduct of, 51, 52.

Faggan, Thomas, cited before Lord Mountjoy at Cork, lviii.

Faier, David, 109.

Falcons, an eyrie of, sent to Salisbury, by Chief Justice Walshe, 517.

, sent also by Lord Thomond, with promise of more next year, 540.

Falkland, Lord, papers regarding, lxi.

Fall, the, near Belfast, 118.

Farmar, Thomas, 110.

Farrall, John, almsman, 130.

Farrell, Thady, succeeds as pursuivant to John Hope, 542.

Farney, 438.

Feagh M'Hugh, 126.

Fee-farms in Sir. Geo. Cary's time, 65.

Fenton, Sir Geoffrey, 16, 32, 65, 74, 76, 84, 106, 193, 203, 458, 487, 558, 572.

, —, taxed with having inordinately enriched himself in Ireland, cxv.

, —, sends to Cecil a statement of his estates to disprove the charge, xcvi.

, —, illness of, 22.

, —, complains of his being harshly treated, 141.

, —, made secretary for Ireland, 166.

, —, claims reparation of damages for being superseded therein, 177.

, —, secretaryship confirmed to him for life, 192.

, —, submits to Cecil a true collection of his worldly substance to disprove the charge of great riches, 203, 212.

, —, suggests reconstruction of the Treasury administration, 412.

, —, chief secretary, 431.

, —, praises the loyalty of the Earl of Thomond, 65.

, —, brings in English customs, 65.

, —, is more English than Irish, 65.

, —, complains that Sir Richard Cooke claims to be chief secretary, instead of joint secretary with him, 102.

, —, has had the keeping of the privy seal since 26 Feb. 1585, 102.

, —, prays that Cecil will not see him overthrown in his old age by Sir Richard Cooke, 102.

, —, his long service of 25 years as secretary, 102.

Fermanagh, Cavan, and Monaghan, 342, 491, 511.

, Monaghan, and Cavan, state of, 558, 562, 563.

, assizes for, held by Lord Deputy and Council, 562.

, Deputy and Council visit it, 560.

, finds it divided between Couconough and Connor Roe Maguire, 560.

, plans for a new division of, 560.

, disapproves of its being divided, as at present, between two, 560.

, might serve for seven or eight, 560.

, assizes held at by Deputy and Council, 562.

, no town or civil habitation, 562.

, if improved, would equal England, 563.

, on Lough Erne, boats of a great oak hewn hollow, 563.

Fermoy, Viscount Roche of, 176.

Fesant, Thomas, 68.

Fethard, 125.

Fewes, the mountains of, 453.

, the district of, 318.

Ffetterplace, Sir Edmond, 256.

Fiall, 120.

Fiber, Richard, 109.

Field, Symon, pension of, 129, 254, 423.

Fierontini, Francis, grants to Father Nugent faculties to hear confessions, 267.

Filiard, Jonas, 254.

Filling, William, Captain, 282.

Finche, Mr., of Gray's and Lincoln's Inn, recommended as Chief Baron, 523.

Fines and recoveries, King's silver upon, to be levied, 136.

, for recusancy, 343, 349, 351.

, —, to follow on disobedience to mandates, 343, 349.

, —, to be laid out in repairs of churches, 343, 349.

, —, laid out in repair of churches ruined by the late blast of gunpowder, 356.

Finglas, John, 356, 363.

, —, of Wespalstown, pardon of, 180.

Fisher, Captain, 30.

, Sir Edward, 434.

Fishing to be taught to the people, 210, 235.

Fitton, Sir Edward, to surrender and have re-granted his lands in Munster, 116, 305, 547, 572, 576.

, Nicholas, 110.

Fitz Edmonds, Sir John, 71.

Fitzgerald, Christopher, 363.

, E., 363.

, Edward, 81, 82, 364.

, Garrett, 364.

, Gerald, 364.

, James, 364.

, Maurice, 364.

, Maurice, captain, enlists men for foreign service, 298.

, —, captain in Spanish service, 396.

, Nicholas, pensioner, 434.

, Oliver, 364.

, Redmond, 364.

, Richard, 354.

, Richard, pensioner, 427, 434.

, Shane, pension of, 426.

, Thomas, 364.

, Thomas, rebellion of, xix.

, Lady Jane, 426.

, Elizabeth, 255, 483.

, Ellen, 255, 483.

, Lady Elizabeth, 426.

, Lady Ellen, 426.

, Jane, 255, 483.

FitzGibbon, Edmund, the "White Knight," 250.

, —, to be restored to his ancient blood, 182.

, —, grants to him, 182.

, —, to be Baron of Clangibbon, 183.

, Maurice, 483.

FitzJames, Stephen Myagh, pensioner in Spain, 398.

Fitzmaurice, Lord, 199. 375.

Fitzmorris, James, "a pernicious traitor," 32.

, —, prisoner in the castle, 162.

FitzNicholas, John, threatened to be expelled from his lands by Patrick Crosbie, 269.

Fitz Otrby, John, priest, 380.

FitzRobert, Sir John, priest of Ossory, 179.

Fitzroy, Henry, 133.

FitzRychard, Morris, captain in service of Spain, 397.

Fitzsymon [ ], 363.

, Adrian, pension of, 254, 427.

, James, 73.

, (Fitzshymons), captain, pensioner in Spain, 396.

Fitzthomas, James, 71.

, —, the traitor, now prisoner in the Tower, 71.

, —, his lands sought for by Sir John FitzEdmonds, 71, 225.

, John, 225.

Fitzwalter, Lord, Lord Deputy, lxx.

Fitzwilliam, Nicholas, 363.

, Sir William, retains the State Papers of his government, xxvi.

, —, preserved in the Carte Collection, lxiv.

, —, Royal letters, lxiv.

Fitzwilliams, Sir William, 15, 125, 195.

Ffloyde, Capt., of ship "Tremontayne," 37.

Ffollyott, Sir Henry, 90, 92, 382, 456, 495, 563, 564.

, — at Ballyshannon, 438, 441.

Flanders, 336, 570.

Flatsbury, Christopher, 358, 364.

Flattisbury, Thomas, 364.

, [ ], 367.

Flax, growth of to be encouraged, 135.

Fleming, Captain Garrett, 90, 565.

, —, gone to Plymouth, for apparel, 5.

, Thomas, 130, 254.

, —, pension of, 425.

Fleminge, Sir Henry, priest of Ossory, 179.

Flemings, 208.

, their ships of war victual on the south and west coasts of Ireland, 385, 386.

Fletchman, Thos., 116.

Flouke (Foulke), Edmund, pension of, 427.

Flower, George, 91, 121, 176, 204, 256.

, —, relation of, 2.

, —, conduct at Cork, 23, 53, 54.

, —, parleys with the mayor, 53.

, —, pension of, 427.

, —, governor of Ballyshannon, 185, 201, 252.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

Foord, James, 575.

Forde, Mr. Doctor, no reversionary grant to be made to others of the various impropriations held by him, 117.

Forfeited lands, in Ulster, commission regarding, in 1609, c.

, maps of, lxxxv.

Formoyle, 89.

Fortescue, Hon. G. M., collection of MSS. at Dropmore, account of, cviii.

, Sir William, 91.

Forth, Sir Ambrose, Master in Chancery, 430.

, —, denies that he is possessed of great wealth, 157.

, —, appeals to his services at his own charge, 157.

Fort-O-Notan, lordship of, 210.

Forts in Ireland, accurate plans of, xxxi.

Foster, Robert, 557.

Fox, Wilbryan, rector of Rathmoore, 173.

Foxe, Hubert, pension of, 129.

France, 498.

, the many Irish returning from, in England, 345.

, Irish beggars in, 498.

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

, —, 80 land thence in Waterford river, 512.

, —, more to follow, 512.

Francton, John, to be King's printer for life, 183, 281.

, —, lends money for the army, 534.

Freckleton, Sir Ferdinando, troop of, 186, 200.

, —, pension of, 427.

Freckets, Sir Ferdinando, 92.

French, Stephen, 209.

Friar, traitorous language of, at Navan, 62, 63.

Friars at Kilkenny, take possession of churches, 20.

Frith, John, 254.

Fulham, Nicholas, pension of, 426.

Fullerton, James, 72.

, Sir James, 202, 211, 231, 382, 558.

, —, leave of absence into England, 191.

, —, pension of, 424.

, —, surrender and re-grant of his lands, 270.

, —, gets grant of Ballynott, 273.

, —, to be instructed as to reduction of establishment, 388.

, Mr., 104, 106, 116.

, —, obtained lands assigned to Sir G. Thornton, 155.

Fures, Anthony, pension of, 425.

Furrs, Anthony, pension of, 130.

Furres, Antony, 254, 377.

Fyarrin, 90.

Fysher, Sir Edw., pension for, 150. See Fisher.