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Index: G

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

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Gainford, Francis, 253.

, —, pension of, 423.

Galbally, manor of, surrendered, 169.

Gallen, fort of, to be maintained, as an extracharge, 393.

Galloglasses, 480.

, three septs of Clandonnels, galloglasses, 480.

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

Galloway, James, 251.

Galwane, Nicholas, 120.

Gallyn, 340.

Galway, Stephen, 15.

Galway, 112, 125, 209.

, corporation of, 93.

, tumult in, 112.

Gamford, Francis, 128.

Gaols, to be erected in all counties, 137.

Garaldin (Geraldine), see Fitzgerald, Maurice.

Garbye, Michall, see Garvey.

Garde, James, 363.

Gardener, Sir Robert, 114, 127, 128.

, —, Chief Justice, certifies articles touching the Munster undertakers, 260.

, —, Lord Justice, 422.

Garland, Captain, 396.

Garnett, Father, alias Walley, was to be proved a principal conspirator in the Gunpowder Plot, 413.

Garnon, Thomas, recusant, complains of Sir James Ley, 398.

Garrison of Ireland, 1606, return of, 438, 441.

Garvey, Henry, 489.

, John, 489.

, Michael, 75.

, —, prays for a release of his sons and followers, and an advance of money from the King to return to his country, 75.

, —, called Lord of the county of Tyrconnell, by the Lord Lieutenant, 75.

Gascoigne, George, 255.

, —, commissary of musters, discharged, 395.

Gascony, 586.

Gatle, 557.

Gaukagge, Thomas, 68.

Gayes, Griffith, porter at Dublin Castle, 432.

Geffrey, Thomas, priest, 380.

Genecock Savage M'Robert, pardon of, 259.

Gephson (Jephson), Sir John, troop of, 185.

, —, his letter, 189.

Gerald, Morris FitzGerald, pensioner in Spanish service, 396.

, James, pensioner in Spanish service, 395.

, Thomas FitzJohn, 119.

Geraldines, 464, 465, 468.

Gerron, Edward, 365.

, George, 365.

, Nicholas, 365.

, Thomas, 365.

Gesle, Nicholas, pension of, 426.

Geste, Richard, almsman, 130.

Gethin, Absalom, 489.

Ghest, Captain, 14.

, Capt. Lionel, 91.

, Sir Lionel, troop of, 186.

Gheste, Sir Lionel, 201, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Gillasfech (Gillaspie), M'Alexander, a wild kern, Scottish Irish, wastes Down and Antrim, 161.

Gilbert's "Viceroys of Ireland," xiv, note.

Gilbert, John, 592.

Gillet, John, 127, 254.

, —, pension of, 422.

Gillingham, Richard, 109.

Gillisland, 578.

Gillson, John, pension for life, 191.

Gilson, John, pensioner, 434.

Giwire, Patrick, 364.

Gizion (also Gishone) (Gijon), merchants arrived from, with news, 3, 7.

Glanbarragyas, alias Castlehaven, 379.

Glanfynne, 568.

Glanor, friary of, 374.

Glinns, the, 321.

Glynnes, the, 502.

Goddard, Dr. Jonathan, trustee for new university, xcvii.

Gode, Francis, 127, 254.

, —, pension of 422.

Godolphin, Sir William, 12, 20, 24, 90, 165.

Godwin's "De Præsulibus Angliæ," xvi.

Goldinge, Andrew, 363.

Goodale, Nicholas, pension of, 427.

Gooding, John, merchant, Catholic recusant, censured in Star Chamber, 391.

, —, fined 100l., 391.

Goodman, Thomas, Ensign, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, William, 363.

Goram, see Gowran.

Gore, Captain Paul, 567.

Gorges, Dr., reports on place for Ussher's Library, xcviii.

Gormanston, Lord, 339, 356, 363, 365, 366.

, —, committed to Castle prison for contriving petition of Pale, 367, 371.

, —, to be released after further reprehension, 390, 579.

Gormerston, see Gormanston.

Goswold, Henry, 2nd Justice of Munster, 432.

Goswold, Henry, commissioner for dividing Cork co., 517.

Gove, Paul, 111.

Governors of forts, 493.

Gowld, Philip, bailiff of Cork, 16.

Gowran, 545.

, church of, 545.

, constable of castle of, 546.

, parishioners of, desire a Protestant preacher and schoolmaster, 546.

, 2,000 parishioners in, 546.

"Grace," the, ship of Waterford, 6.

Graham, Agnes, 555.

, Andrew, 557.

, Anne, 554.

, Arthur, 554, 555.

, Blanche, 556.

, Christopher, 555.

, David, 555.

, Dorothy, 555.

, Edward, 554.

, Elizabeth, 554, 555, 556.

, Ellen, 554.

, Fergy, 554, 557.

, Florence, 554.

, Francis, 554, 555, 556.

, George, 555, 556, 557.

, Gilian, 555.

, Grace, 556.

, Henry, 556.

, Herbert, 556.

, Hetherick, 557.

, Hutchin, 555.

, Isabel, 555.

, Jane, 554, 555, 556.

, Janet, 554, 555, 557.

, John, 554, 555, 556, 557.

, Katherine, 554, 555.

, Margaret, 554, 555.

, Marion, 555, 556.

, Mariot, 554.

, Mary, 556.

, Morgan, 556.

, Richard, 554, 555, 557.

, Robert, 555, 556, 557.

, Rose, 556.

, Sibil, 554, 555, 556.

, Sim, 555.

, Simon, 555.

, Thomas, 557.

, Walter, 554, 555, 556, 579.

, Watt, 554, 555.

, William, 554, 555, 556, 557.

Grahams, 462, 487, 491.

, to be transplanted from middle shires into Ireland, 462.

, articles of agreement touching the transplantation of the,

, to be transplanted from the borders between England and Scotland into Roscommon, 551.

, Sir Ralph Sidley to give them farms in his seignory of Roscommon, 551.

, the conditions of Sir Ralph Sidley's undertaking, 551.

, the names of the families of the, delivered to Sir Ralph Sidley, 554.

, offenders whose lives were spared in hope they might prove good subjects, 577.

, difficulty of collecting those the commissioners of the middle shires have transported, 577.

— fly and hide to escape transplantation, 578.

Grames (also Greames), see Grahams.

Grammar schools to be established, 152, 153.

Granamonagh, lands of, leased to Ulick Bourke, 268.

Grants of lands by the King excessive, 295.

, recent grants, 444.

Graunt, John, merchant, 4, 6.

Greame, Donnell, 194.

, Fergus, 128.

, —, pension of, 254, 423.

, Sir George, 90, 253.

, —, pension of, 420.

, Sir James, 71.

, —, pension of, 434.

, Sir Richard, 90.

, Thomas, soldier, 432.

Greames, the, Earl of Devonshire consults Sir Thomas Lake regarding, 264.

Greant, Simon, pension of, 428.

Great Seal of England, used indifferently with that of Ireland at the King's will in grants of lands, offices, &c. in Ireland, 234.

Gregory, Thomas, 496.

Gresham, George, almsman, 130.

Gretnay, 555.

Griffith, Maurice, succeeds Sir Richard Trevor in command at Newry, 541.

, Rice, pension of, 427.

, Richard, 256.

Grocers' Hall, Adventurers' papers at, xxiii.

Grome, Edward, 255.

Gromie, Owen, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Groome, Edmond, captain of Irish foot, 186.

, —, troop reduced, 395.

Grotred, Sir Henry (heirs of), 116.

Groyne, the, Coruña, not Logroño, 3 note, 4, 6, 8.

Guiana, 326.

Guire, Mary, nee, 568.

Gunpowder, importation, of, forbidden, 135.

, Treason, 357.

, —, news of, received in Dublin, 357, 366, 368.

, —, no trace discovered of connexion with it in Ireland, 406.

, —, Chichester's inquiries regarding, 406.

, —, intelligence out of Munster about, 454.

, proclamation against importing, into Ireland, 416, 437, 460.

, place of holding Parliament, in Castle of Dublin, ruined by blast of powder, 460.

Gybbon, Gerald, the White Knight, 250.