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Index: J

Pages 624-625

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

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J.

Jacob, Robert, 484.

, —, recommended by Chichester for Solicitor-General, 401.

, —, and by Sir John Davys, 403.

James I., State Papers of, relating to Ireland, vii, viii.

, letter of to Sir A. Chichester with remarkable autograph "poast scrippte," xcii.

, proclamation of his accession in London, 1.

, —, in Dublin, 10, 22.

, —, in Drogheda, 17.

, —, in Clonemore, 18.

, —, in Cork, 27.

, —, in Waterford, proceedings concerning, 19.

, —, —, published, 28.

, —, received with general acclamation, 27.

, —, refused to be made at Cork, 50, 51.

James, Walter, accounts of, 150.

Jameson, Robert, 77.

Jemison, Robert, 253.

, —, pension of, 423.

Jemyson, Robert, 133.

Jeripoint (also Jerpoint), abbey of, in Kilkenny, 391.

Jerpoint, abbey of, 210.

Jephson, Captain John, 90.

, Sir John, 252, 435, 454.

, Sir Joseph, 200.

Jesuits, 66, 67.

, in Cork, 66.

, harboured by the best houses in the English Pale, 66.

, enough of, said to be in Ireland to trouble four of the greatest kingdoms in Christendom, 78.

, proclamation of Council of Munster against, 190, 191.

, said to excite the people to rebel, 58.

, to be banished the realm, 134.

, not to be tolerated in private houses, 154.

, banished trom England, retreat into Ireland, 214.

, would willingly suffer banishment, as giving them a better claim to beg in other countries, 214.

, scoff at the ignorance of the modern bishops of Ireland, 218.

, swarming, and entertained hy the nobility and chief gentry, 218.

, unable to find money to send students abroad, 309.

, few have left the kingdom, 405.

Joanes, Sir Ellis, troop of, 186.

, —, recommends Lady Norris to Cecil, 189. See Jones, Ellis.

, Ellis, 91.

Jones, Joanes, Ellis, captain, 30.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

, Sir Ellis, 200, 209, 253.

, —, commands at Sligo, 436.

, —, provost marshal of Munster, 454, 527.

, Mr., lends money for army, 534.

, Roger, 345.

, —, son of the Bishop of Meath, 345.

, Sir Theopilus, cvi.

, Thomas, Bishop of Meath, 32, 36, 50, 54.

, —, Chichester complains of his not being put on the commission on the state of the country, 307.

, —, recommended for Archbishop of Dublin, 308.

, Thomas, 345.

, —, made Bishop of Meath, 345.

, —, made Lord Chancellor, 346.

John Don, Archduke, 416.

Johnes, Baptist, 255.

, Hugh, 256.

, William, 256.

Johns Baptist, 494.

, Hugh, pension of, 427.

, Roger, pension of, 427.

, William, pension of, 427.

Johnson, John, 556.

Jones, David, vicar of Athboy, 173.

Joyce, Sir James, priest in Ossory, 179.

Judges, recusant, 78, 221.

, Queen Elizabeth sends over an Englishman to be Chief Justice, 221.

, this in suspicion of the fidelity of the Irish judges, 221.

, Sir Robert Dillon removed by Queen Elizabeth from being Chief Justice of Common Pleas and from the Council because Irish, 221.

, no Irish should be judges or privy councillors, 221.

, insufficient number of, 260.

, number of, to be increased, 298.

, sent into Munster and Connaught, 417.

, increase of, suggested, 372.

, to have title of Lords, 484.

, Irish, 484.

, their robes, 484.

, one for each court should be supplied out of England, 510.

, their salaries, 574, 575.

Juries, by failure of Munster undertakers to people with English, there are no freeholders for the juries, 227.

Jurors, at Cork, acquit Mead, the recorder, 163.

, —, must be punished for this, 163.

— at Clonmel, though the best gentlemen of county, will hardly convict recusants, 476.

— of Monaghan, instructions for, 533.

— on the Brenny, verdict of, 537.

Jurrahagh, 90.

Justices of peace, scarcity of good; only to be supplied by planting of English, 325.

, Englishmen and Scots to be planted in the North, to be justices of peace, 327, 328.