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Index: H

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

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Hackness estate, in Yorkshire, cviii.

Hadbank, Richard, 254.

Hadnett, William, 120.

Hadson, Christopher, arrested for recusancy, but discharged, 415.

Hadsor, Mr. [ ], 203.

Haggan, Harry, returned to England discon tented, 407.

, —, to be carefully watched, 407.

, —, was in Tyrone's confidence, 409.

Halbolin (also Halebolinge, Halebowlinge, 5, 23, 26, 45, 50.

, relief of, refused by citizens of Cork, 51, 52, 53, 56.

Halboling, 122.

Haleboling fort, 581, 582.

Hales, Charles, 551, 554, 558, 579.

Haliday, Charles, purchased Council book of 1571, lxix.

, —, bequeathed it to Royal Irish Academy, lxix.

Hamilton, George, grant of freedom of Dublin and Drogheda, 590.

, Mr. James, 106.

, James, compounds for license to export linen yarn, 168.

, —, grant to, of Upper Clandeboy and Ardes, 180, 271.

, —, complained of by Chichester, 295.

, —, charged with intruding on Sir R. M'Donnell's fishing, 518.

, —, lends money for the army, 534.

, —, and Mr. Fullerton, formerly students in Trinity College, Dublin, 106.

, Mr. Hans Claude, Calendar of Irish State Papers of, Elizabeth, xxxiv.

, Robert, to be admitted to freedom of Dublin and Drogheda, 101.

, Mr., 321, 502.

Hamington, Antony, 109.

Hamlyn, Michael, his suit with Wm. Turner, 418.

, —, Chichester suggests that he is litigious, 418.

Hampden, William, 110.

Hanlon, Patrick, pension of, 129.

Hanmer, Meredith, prebendary of St. Michan's, Dublin, 169.

Hamon, Hugh, pension of, 427.

, Luke, 256.

Hannington, Anthony, pension of, 427.

Hanobie, Marmaduke, 109.

Hansard, Captain Richard, 92.

, Sir Richard, troop of, 186, 200, 253.

, —, unjust proceedings against Lord Roche, 310.

, —, command at the Newrie, 436, 456.

Hansarde, Richard, Captain, 30.

, —, troop to be reduced, 394.

Harbert, Charles, 116.

, [Herbert] Sir Edward, 87.

, —, troop of, 185, 388.

, Sir William, 116.

Harkliff, William, pension of, 427.

Harckliffe, William, 256.

Hardinge, W. H., papers of, on maps of forfeitures, lxxxv, note.

Harleian MSS., not rich in materials of Irish history, xlviii.

, history of, xlix.

, general sources of, xlviii.

, possible sources of Irish portion of, xlix.

Harpoole, Robert, 167.

, William, 167.

, Sir Wm., constable of Catherlough, 432.

Harps, coin so called, 523, 531.

Harraghan, Laughlin, pension of, 428.

Harre, Sir Patrick, priest in Ossory, 90, 109, 179.

Harrington (also Haringeton), Sir Henry, 11, 165, 209, 210.

, —, his liberty keeps off judges of assize, 215.

, —, has at last consented to the making of the Tooles and Birnes' country into a county, 342.

Harrison, Captain Samuel, 91, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 426.

, Walter, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Harrold, Walter, 364.

Harry, my Lord, 108.

Harvey, Sir Garrett, 30.

, Gowen or Gawen, 5, 212.

Harvic, Dudly, 256.

Hatfield MSS., probably rich in materials for the history of Ireland under James I., cix.

Hatterville, Richard, 130.

Haulbowling, 202, 342. See Halbolin.

Hawe, Henry, pension of, 426.

Hawks, 209.

, a cast of, sent to Lord Salisbury, 305.

, also by Sir A. Chichester, 306.

, also by Chief Justice Walshe, 517.

Hay, John, serjeant-at-arms, 480.

, —, pursuivant, 431.

Hayward, Nicholas, second chamberlain, 429.

Helman, Mr. [ ], 240.

Helly, Darby, 576.

, John, 576.

Henage, Richd., proctor of Ballybaughill, 433.

Henry II., grant by, 132.

Henry III., grant by, 132.

Henry IV., grant by, 132.

Henry VI., grant by, 132.

Henry VII., grant by, 133.

Henry VIII., grant by, 133.

Hens, David, priest, 380.

Herbert, Edwd., recommended to Cecil, 64. See Harbert.

, Sir Edward, 90, 201, 253, 435, 444, 450, 490.

Hewtone, Walter, 125.

Hetherright, William, 254.

Hetherington, George, 557.

, Janet, 554.

, Thomas, alias Holeshiels, 554.

Hibbetes, Thos., clerk of casualties, 429.

Hickes, Sir Michael, recommended Mr. Jacob as Solicitor-General, 403.

, —, required to give up Lord Salisbury's papers, xxii.

Hide, Arthur, 199.

High Commission Court, 229, 230.

, suggested for Ireland, 229, 220.

Hill, James, 363.

, Moses, 137.

, Moyses, 506.

, Thomas, 363.

Hilltown, 197.

Hislop, Richard, 556.

Hithrington, William, 127. See Hetherington.

, —, pension of, 422. See Hetherington.

Hixsie, a priest, Sir Toby Caulfield is advised to consult him, 410.

Hoare, James, 432.

, Philip, receiver, 433.

, David, Serjeant, 433.

Hoddien, William, 120.

Hoey, Hoye, John, 196, 197, 438.

Hogan, David, priest, 380.

Holerest, Jeffery, 110.

Holidays to be abolished, and people compelled to work, 135.

Holland, William, commissary of musters, to be discharged, 395.

, William, 255.

Hollies, Francis, 110.

, Sir John, 108.

Hollis, Sir John, 589.

Hollywood, [ ], 363.

Holt, James, 126.

, —, pensioner, 424.

Holoshieds, alias Hetherington, Thomas, 554.

Holyhead, 247.

Hooke, Tower of, 10.

Hooper, Peter, 10.

Hope, John, pursuivant, 542.

Hopper, Mr., 76, 77, 97.

, —, recommended to Salisbury, 539.

Hore, David, 378.

, Philip, 378.

Horne, Thomas, 506.

Horsfall, Thos., Bishop of Ossory, returns the names of priests in his diocese, 179.

Hotham, or Hothum, John de, disscussion regarding, xv. and foll.

, William de, xvi.

Hoveden, or Hovenden, Henry, 14.

Howend, 556.

Howth, Lord of, 346, 366.

, Lord Deputy ill accommodated at, 334.

Hoye, Hoey, John, serjeant-at-arms, enters forcibly Walter Sedgrave's house, 196, 197, 438, cx.

Huberstie, Mr., rector of Kilbrew, 173.

Hudbanke, Richard, 128.

Hudbanck, Richard, pension of, 422.

Hudson, Richard, 230, 239.

, —, his discourse on Ireland, 230.

, —, his grandfather left him a poor patrimony in the Pale, 239.

, —, his grandfather an Englishman, 239.

, Richard, 589.

Hudsone, Robert, 365.

Huggins, Antony, 254.

, —, pension of, 129, 425.

Hughes, Michael, maltreated at Cork, 44, 48.

, —, depositions of, 50–53, 56, 121, 122.

Huett, Chas., comptroller of impost, 431.

Huett, Charles, 377.

Huetson, Christopher, prebendary of Howthe, 171.

, Mr., vicar of Swordes, 172.

Humes, Sir George, 83.

Humphrey, Nicholas, declaration of, 438.

Huntingdon, Ferdinando, Earl of, lxii.

, —, married to Sir John Davys's daughter, lxii, and thus obtained the Davys' Papers, lxiv.

— Papers, lxii.

Huson, Father, 83.

Hussey (also Hussie, or Husse), Oliver, "the scholar," 5, 6.

Hussy, Patrick, 363.

Hyde, Arthur, 68, 576.

, Mr., 460.