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

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M'Anaspeck, Donogh O'Brien M'Mahon, 570.

M'Arte, Tirloughe, 255.

, —, captain of Irish horse, his troop reduced, 395.

M'Arthur, Robert, 569.

M'Awley, Dermond, 379.

M'Auly, John, M'Auly's son, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Conogher, brother of John, pensioner in Spain, 397.

M'Auliffe, William, of Muskerry, pensioner in Spain, 397.

M'Baron, Art Oge M'Art, Captain, on Spanish pay, 396.

, Owen M'Art, captain in Spanish service, 396.

M'Birne, Dowlin, or Brian, 570.

, —, pension of, 130, 425.

, Edward, spoils part of Wexford, 159.

, Fertagh Torlogh Dow, pardon of, 259.

M'Bryan, Fynyne, of Colly, pensioner in Spain, 398.

M'Brian, Shane, lands in the Clandeboye to be passed, 296.

M'Caridge, Teig, 128.

, —, resigns pension, 423.

M'Cart (M'Arte), 12.

, has made submission, 24.

M'Cartan, Donel Oge, 325.

, Phelim, 324, 325.

, —, sells one half of his country to Lord Cromwell, 325.

, —, pardon of, 315.

, Agholy Oge, 315.

, Catheline, 315.

, Donell Oge, 315.

, Edmund, 315.

, Evelen, 315.

, Eugene, 315.

, Margaret, 315.

, Murtagh, 315.

, Patrick, 315.

M'Cartan's country, 325.

M'Carties, the, 465.

M'Carty, Denis, priest, 380.

M'Carthy, M'Dermod, Cormock, lord of Muskerry, 44.

M'Carty, Dermod Moel, of Cairbry, slain in rebellion, 20.

, Dermot, King of South Munster, 231.

, —, King of the city of Cork, 231.

, Fynen, M'Owen, of Iniskyne, slain in rebellion, 20.

, James, 380.

, John Barry Oge, 380.

, Sir Owen, 380.

M'Cartie, Owyne, father of Dermond M'Carthy, inquisition into lands of, 278.

, —, —, commissioners' names, 278.

M'Cavarr, 249.

M'Clancy, Heroth Ro., 459.

M'Coghlans, the, conform to a civil life, 158.

M'Can, M'Brian, Ballagh, pardon of, 259.

M'Connell, Angus, Lord of Kentyre, apprehends and hangs offenders in the Roote, Antrim, 178.

M'Connor, Dermond, 379.

M'Cormac, Carty, Teig, 68.

M'Crake, 90.

M'Chartie, Dermond, M'Donogh, of Dowhallie, re-grant of his lands, 187.

M'Carty, Dermod Neale, 153.

, Donogh Moyle, 229, 380.

, —, wife of, 380.

, —, pension in Spain, 397.

, —, base son of M'Cartie Riogh, pensioner in Spain, 396.

M'Carthy, Donnel, 247.

, —, base son of Earl of Clancarthy, grant of Castleloghie to, 247.

, —, his surrender of Carbry to be accepted, and a re-grant made to him, 507.

, —, report on his petition, 507.

M'Cartie, Lady Ellen, her annuity, 63.

, —, present relief of, 63.

M'Carty, Florence, 76, 225, 380, 507.

M'Dermod, Cormock, 8.

, —, (M'Carthy) raises 400 bonaghes, 45.

, —, sergeant-at arms, 432.

M'Dermot, Rea, Connor, 324, 569, 571.

, —, surrender of his lands and regrant, 348.

M'Donnell, ne-county, Teag, 8.

, Edward, groom, 493.

, Ennos, 248.

, Godfrey, 207.

, Hugh Boy, 377, 498.

, Godfrey, 377, 498.

, —, pension for self and sept, 433.

, Hugh Boy, pension for self and sept, 433.

, Sir James, 503.

, Sir Randal, 149, 194, 321, 483, 502.

, —, grant of land in Rathlin, 158.

, —, new grant of lands to be made to him, 181.

, —, sent for, by Chichester, about 140 armed islanders under Donnel Greame come to him at the Rowte, 194.

, —, new grant of his lands, 267.

, —, wishes to recover Port Rush from Capt. Philips, 276.

, —, claims moiety of felon's goods, 515.

, —, complains of intrusion by Capt. Phillips and Hamilton in his fishery, 518.

, —, is cited to the Star Chamber, 518.

, Teige M'Dermond, 68.

, Tieg, captain in Spanish service, 396.

M'Donough's country, Duhallow in Cork, 516.

M'Edmund, M'Shane, M'Edmund, 68.

, Walter, 207, 377, 498.

, —, pension for self and sept, 433.

M'Geoghegan, Brian, pensioner, 434.

M'Guilin, Rorie, 321.

M'Guire's Country, Fermanagh, 161.

M'Guire (also M'Quyer), 537.

, good understanding of, with Tyrone, 409.

, Connor Roe, 255, 561.

M'Guier (Maguire), Connor Roe, captain of Irish horse, 186.

, O'Connor's lands passed to him, 296.

, O'Connor Roe makes war with Coconaght, 161.

, —, his troop of Irish horse to be reduced, 395.

, Cuconaght, brother of Hugh, slain in rebellion, 161.

Maguire, Couconagh, 560.

, —, his discontent, 560, 565, 566, 568.

M'Gibbon, Morrice Duff, 468, 471.

, —, the traitor, 471.

, —, the White Knight charged with relieving, 471.

, —, many fat ones hanged by Brouncker for relieving him, 551.

M'Henry, Tirlagh, 14.

M'Hugh, Feagh, attainted, 421.

, —, sons of, 146.

, —, lords of the Birne's country, 159.

, —, pardoned, 159.

, Owen, 255.

, —, captain of Irish horse, his troop reduced, 395.

, Shane, 566.

M'Jeames, John, lieutenant of Knight of Kerry, 6.

M'Kenna, Edmund, 504.

M'Kilcreef, Towle O'Neale, pardon of, 257.

M'Lean's daughter, 248.

M'Mahon, 537.

M'Mahound, his good understanding with Tyrone, 409.

M'Mahons, good yearly rent to be reserved from, 135.

, M'Mahownes, the, 24.

M'Mahounde, Arthur Barnagh, pardon of, with 42 others, 392.

M'Mahon, Sir Brian, 566, 567.

, Colonel M'Hugh, gone into the woods in Monaghan, with 12 or 16 loose fellows, 262.

, —, notorious murderer, 293.

, —, apprehended by Sir Garrott More, 293.

, Ever M'Couly, 198.

, Ever, 489.

, Owen, 128.

M'Magowan, Owen, resigns pension, 423.

M'Mahon Ross Bane, 255.

, captain of Irish foot, 186.

M'Manus, Rorie, pension of, 129.

, Shane, 14.

M, Melaghlin, Neale, captain in Spanish service, 397.

M'Morragh, Dermot, King of Leinster, 231.

M'Morrice, Dermot, 125, 253.

M'Morris, held in blockade, 5, 6.

, hopes to escape by sea, 7.

, in Munster, 22.

, William, pension in Spain, 397.

, Dermott, pension of, 420.

M'Murtough, Gerrott, 253.

M'Neale, Con, pardon of, 259.

M'Nemarras, the, 470.

M'Nemarra, Sir John, 470.

M'Owen, Brian, 68.

, D., 176, 248.

M'Pheagh, Redmond, 342.

, —, his claim to a part of the Birnes country disputed by Felimy M'Pheagh, 342.

, Felimy, 342.

, —, will not take a patent unless he have the whole country, 342.

M'Quillyns, the, 503.

, —, Sir Randal M'Donnel has unfairly got their ancient lands, 503.

M'Quillin, Rory, 477.

M'Quily, Rory Oge, pension of, 425.

M'Ruddery, Morris, killed, 6.

, Morrice, brother of Knight of Kerry, pensioner in Spain, 397.

M'Shane, Dermod, pensioner in Spain, 398.

, Henry Oge, 246.

, Henry, pension of, 425.

M'Sheary, John, 127.

M'Shee, Manus, 130.

, —, pension of, 425.

M'Shehie, John, son of Manus Fyrr, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, Murraghe, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Manus, pensioner in Spain, 397.

M'Shehy, Mohenus, 120.

M'Sherrie, John, 254.

M'Sherry, John, pension of, 422.

M'Shyhy, Manus, 377.

M'Swynee, Banagh, 248.

M'Swynedoe (also M'Swyne-na-doe), castle taken by Docwra, 24.

M'Swyny, Sir Mulmore, 196.

, O'Bane, 569.

M'Swynes, surrendered their lands to Tyrconnell, 320.

M'Swyne, Rorye, ensign, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Owen, pensioner in Spain, 397.

M'Teige, Oge Morogh, 126.

, —, pension, 421.

M'Trever, 566.

, Aghie, 567.

M'William, 249.

M'Donnell, Sir Randal, not a more cancred person, 566.

, —, though from a beggar made great, 566, 569.

Madden, Dr. John, account of, cii.

, —, his MSS., ciii.

, —, purchased by Bishop Stearne, ciii.

, —, —, presented to Trinity College, Dublin, ci.

Madox's History of the Exchequer cited, xvi.

Madygan, Sir John, priest in Ossory, 179.

Magee Islands, 575.

Maghie Island, see Magee.

Magin, John, 557.

Magneese Island, 576.

Magneis (Magennis), Catherine, pardon of, 515.

Magneese (Magennis), Sir Arthur's country in the county Down, 403.

Maguires (also M'Gwires, Maguiers), 12, 24.

Maguiers (also M'Guire), good yearly rent to be reserved from, 135.

Maguire, Bryan, 566.

, Connor Rea, 567.

Magner, R. Edmund, 68.

Mahon, Lawrence, pension of, 425.

Mainwaring (also Mainwarning), Sir Henry, 116.

Mainyard, John, 255.

Malby, Mrs., petition to be favourably considered, 514.

Malies (O'Maylies), 5.

Malone, David, vicar of Athlone, 174.

, Edmund, 348, 349, 373.

, Symon, 309.

Mallesant, William, 68.

Mallow, 68, 208, 469.

, [King's] ruinous house at, 208.

, Lady Norris's ruined house there, 469.

Man, John, 210.

Manchester, the plague prevails in, 309.

Mandates, the, 449, 450, 466, 467, 526, 547.

, to certain aldermen of Dublin to come to church, 346–349.

, —, aldermen of Dublin censured in Star Chamber for not obeying, 348, 349.

, —, censure and fine by Star Chamber of Dublin on recusant aldermen for disobedience of, 348, 353.

, to come to church, grounded on precedents in force ever since the Conquest, 351.

, invention attributed generally to Sir James Ley, Chief Justice, 374.

, interrogatories to Sir P. Barnewall to ascertain the names of lawyers who impeached them, 449.

, as to invention of, being generally ascribed to Sir James Ley, 450.

, Lords of Council demand the authority for them, 509.

, Sir P. Barnewall's complaints of Sir J. Ley (Chief Justice) for issuing, 509.

, Sir H. Brouncker, President of Munster, issues mandates to aldermen, &c., of Munster cities to attend him at church, 466.

, —, effect of, in Dublin, 467.

Mandatum breve, 585.

, —, writ of, 585.

— morale, 585.

— politicum, 585.

Mandates, defence of the, 584–589.

, answer to objections against, 587.

, precedents of proceedings in matters of, 585.

Mansett, Sir Robt., Treasurer of Navy, 168.

Many Flanigh, 90.

Maps, Irish, ancient, in State Paper Office, London, xxx.

— of plantation of Ulster, xxx.

— of Derry and Donegal missing, xxx.

Mapouther, Richard, 127, 254, 422.

Margetts, Richard, almsman, 130.

Marisco, Christiana de, xi.

, Geoffrey de, grand justiciary of Ireland, xi.

Marsden, Richard, 255.

, —, commissary of musters, to be discharged, 395.

Marche, Robert, 130, 254.

Marshal, Mr., (Bagnall), 201.

Marshall, Francis, 353.

, Roger, coiner, 10.

, Thomas, pension, 424.

Martial law, all commissions of, revoked with certain exceptions, 259.

Martin, Sir Richard, 138, 229.

, Richard, son of Sir Richard, 138.

, Patrick, pension of, 426.

Maryborough, 245, 252.

Mary's Abbey, Dublin, records deposited at, lxxiii.

, —, fire at, lxxiii.

Mass, the, openly celebrated in the Munster towns and in Kilkenny and Wexforde, 25, 54.

— publicly said in abbey in Kilkenny, 179.

— celebrated with a curtain drawn before the priest, in order to evade the prohibition, 404–5.

Massing priests, proclamation against, 190.

Masserine, 323, 340, 369.

, fort of, an extraordinary charge, 593.

, —, important for supply, 437.

Master of Rolls directs complete Calendar of Irish State Papers of James I., viii.

Masterford, John, 111.

, Nicholas, 111.

Masterson, Lawrence, 255.

, Richard, 378.

, Sir Richard, 581.

Maisterson, Sir Richard, constable of Wexford Castle, 432.

, —, seneschal, 433.

Matthew of Westminster, 586.

Maudesley, 589.

May, gentleman usher, 49.

, Humphrey, to Cecil, 39.

, William, 110.

Maynard, John, 493.

Maynooth, 571.

Meagh, Gerald, priest, 380.

, James, 476.

, (Myagh), John, almsman, 130.

, Richard, 476.

, Robert, 476.

, Robert, seminary, 380.

, Stephen, pensioner in Spain, 398.

Meade, John (William), spelled also Mcad, Meadth, Miagh, Meagh, Meaghe, Meangh, Meigh, recorder of Cork, 2, 22, 28, 49, 50–53, 55, 65, 68, 119, 120, 121, 122.

, —, conduct of, before the lord Deputy, 50–53.

, —, absent from the proclaiming of James I., 53.

, —, difficulty of getting the indictment of treason found against him at Youghal, 65.

, —, or in any adjoining county, because of the favour to his religion, 66.

, —, still greater difficulty expected getting him attainted by a jury at Youghal, or anywhere in co. Cork, 66.

, —, the deputy and council suggest that he be sent for trial to England, 66.

, —, indictment of, 68.

, —, list of jurors of county Cork that acquitted him when arraigned of treason, 119.

, —, indicted of withholding one of the king's forts in the city of Cork, 120.

, —, indicted of the murder of two of the king's soldiers, slain, 120.

, —, indictment, the effect of, 120.

, —, abstract of the evidence against him, 121.

, —, names of the witnesses against him, 121, 122.

, —, by failure of Munster undertakers to people with English, he was tried by an Irish jury and acquitted, 227.

, —, acquitted, because the jury was Irish, though violent and unlawful courses were taken to convict him, 227.

Mead, William, 380.

Meath, King of, 231.

, diocese of, certificate of, 1604, 172– 175.

, Thomas, (Jones), bishop of, 10.

, —, commissioner to Munster, 32, 36, 50–3, 54.

, —, asks to be appointed chancellor also to be transferred to Archbishopric of Dublin, 284.

, the resisters of collection of composition there to be punished, 548.

Mecoskan Abbey, 484.

Medopp, 556.

Megetts, Richard, pension of, 426.

Melick, 249.

Melyn, Mellying, Melling, a coiner's servant, 9.

Mellefant, see Mellefont, 14.

Mellefont, 14, 21.

Memorial, touching the coin of Ireland, 489.

Memorials for Ireland, 376, 386.

Memoranda for Ireland, 379.

Mentmenn, Daniel, king-at-arms, 431.

, —, clerk of works, 431.

Merlion, ship, 166.

Michel, Arnold, 109.

Michell, Thomas, 254.

Middlesex, 589.

Middle Shires, the, 558, 577.

, commissioners of, 577, 579.

, —, their letter to Salisbury, 577.

, the Grahams and others to be transplanted thence into Ireland, 462.

Mill Hill, 556.

Mille, (Myll, Mylle), George, goldsmith, 8.

Milles, Jermiah, Dean of Exeter, presents the Clarendon MSS. to British Museum, li.

Mint, new coinage for Ireland, 72.

, warrant to Charles Antony to engrave irons for striking coin, 216,

, none now in Ireland, 234.

Mitcham, 101.

Modder, Brian, 255.

Modeshill, lease of rectory of, to Robert Roth, 527.

, priory of, 550.

Moigne, Thomas, 197.

Moignes, Mr., 328, 333.

Moigne, Mr., disappointed in bishopric of Meath, 401.

, —, recommended as archdeacon, 401.

Mointer-Birne, in Tyrone, 308.

Molcham, Thomas, pension of, 428.

Molyneux, Samuel, 202. See Mullincux.

, —, marshal of the Star Chamber, 433.

Monaghan, 201.

, to be made a ward, 456.

, sessions to be held there regularly, 562.

, county of, 558, 560.

, settlement by Queen Elizabeth destroyed, 558.

— re-settled by Deputy and Council, 559.

— a desert since the rebellion, 295.

, ought to be converted to the king's use, 295.

, surrender of lands to be taken in, and re-grants made to the Irishry, 304.

, Termon, lands of, given to English and gentlemen of Pale, 559.

, —, provided they encastle them in four years, 559.

— Fort of, 342.

— —, timber, &c. ready for building of, 342.

, castle of, 500l. to finish same, 559, 562.

, county, 342.

— jurors, instructions for, 533.

, seneschal of, 252.

, Cavan, and Fermanagh, 491.

, state of, 558, 562.

Monahannock, grant of prebend of, to William Pilsworth, 187.

Monies, new standard of, for Ireland, 72.

— base, 76, 80.

— —, mixed, 500.

Monograms used as symbols in Stapledon's Kalendar, xv.

Monopolies, proclamation against, 591.

Montagu, Charles, 126.

, Lord, likely to be cited to council chamber, 413.

Montague, Charles, resigns pension, 421.

Montgomery, George, Bishop of Raphoe, to be privy councillor, 258.

, —, Bishop elect of Derry, 405, 408.

, —, — of Derry, Raphoe, and Clogher, 462.

, —, commissioners to ascertain the spiritual lands usurped by temporal lords, 462.

Moele, Patrick M'Art, 198.

Moores, the, 468.

, —, in Leix and Offaly peacoable, 158.

Moore, Garret, 14, 21, 90, 92, 208, 327.

, Sir Garrett, confers with Tyrone and O'Neale's sons, 30.

, O'Donoghan, prisoner in Spain, 397.

, Sir Garrett, lease to, in reversion of all his lands in Ireland, 157.

, —, apprehends Col. M'Mahon, 293.

, sends a cast of hawks to Salisbury, 305.

, —, can always by his friends command a supply of troopers on emergency, 388.

, —, troop to be increased, 436.

, John, almsman, 130.

Moore, Sir Philip, priest in Ossory, 179.

, Patrick, 363.

, Robert, 365.

, —, pension of, 424.

, —, 254, 256.

, —, William, 364, 365.

More, J. M'John, indicted for recusancy, complains, 398.

, John, 249.

Mordant, Lord, likely to be brought to the Council Chamber, 413.

, —, confessed that the conspirators had frequented his house, 413.

Morgan, Sir Matthew, 30.

, Patrick, 34.

, Capt., brings news of the death of Queen Elizabeth, 43, 57.

Morrice, Captain Edward, 91.

, Edward, 204, 256.

, —, pension of, 426.

More Gawen, of the city of Glasgow, examination of, 542.

Morie [Moyry], 510, 582.

Morin, Sir William, priest in Ossory, 179.

Moristown-biller, 184.

Monoghan, Piers, priest, 380.

Molroney, [ ], priest, 380.

Morraghe, Christopher, lviii.

Morrison, Sir Richard, 92, 197, 200, 253, 456, 493, 547.

Morison, Sir Richard, at Waterford, 436, 441.

, —, recommends Thomas Moigne preacher, and Cecil's chaplain, for preferment in Waterford, 197.

, —, warrant as Governor of Waterford and Wexford, 257.

, —, governor of Waterford and Wexford, 185.

, —, his troop reduced, 394.

— —, warrant for his commission, 257.

, —, complains of insufficient pay, recommended by Chichester to Salisbury, 400.

Morton, John, Earl of, 133.

Moss-troopers of Cumberland and Westmorland, attempted transplantation of, to Roscommon, cxvii.

Mountgarret, Viscount, 83, 374.

, —, his son, with others of note and desperate fortune is beyond seas, ready to skip over and head rebellion, 229.

Mountgarrett, Viscount, meets Tyrone, the M'Feaughs, and others at Carlow, where in their drinking, swords were drawn.

Mountjoy, 200.

— fort, 319, 323, 341, 342, 568.

, —, completed, 342.

— —, passed to Chichester, 342.

— —, lands allotted to, 319.

, to be made a ward, 436.

, Earl of, account of, cx.

, —, proceedings regarding his government on the death of Elizabeth, cx, cxi.

, —, elected Lord Lieutenant, cxi.

, —, retires to England, cxi.

, —, resides there till his death, cxi.

, —, Carey and Chichester addressed their correspondence to him, cxi, cxii.

, —, vigour and ability of his despatches, cxii.

, Lord, 65.

, Lord Deputy, 1, 10, 14, 20.

, —, forbids the celebration of mass, 25.

, —, has reduced Ireland to complete quiet, 26.

, —, secures Waterford, 35.

, —, Wexford, 36.

, —, pardons Kilkenny, 36.

, —, fears interference of Spain, 36.

, —, proceedings at Waterford, 41.

, —, address to citizens, 42.

, —, professes his devotion to the King, 54.

, —, elected Lord Justice, 95.

, —, appointed Lord Deputy, 95.

, —, to be made Lord Lieutenant, 96.

, —, his death, 460.

Mountnorris, 200, 340, 391.

, fort of, on the extraordinary establishment, 393.

, to be held by Capt. Henry Adderton, 437.

Moyare, manor of, 212.

Moyglare, 195.

Moyle (Moell), Donogh, 120.

Moyle, Henry, Captain, scoutmaster-general, pension for, 307.

Moynterolis, 85.

Moyry Castle, 510, 582.

Mucknoe, termon of, 559.

Mullineux, Samuel, 377.

, Daniel, 377.

Mulroney, Andrea, S. J., 476.

Multifernan, 566, 567.

Multifarnham, 244.

, friars of, 244.

Muncke, Levinus, keeper of State Papers, xxii.

Munster, 200.

, rebels quiet in, 5.

— Commissioners receive their commission, 7.

, composition of, 108.

, inhabitants there, are grieved to pay both cess and composition, 108.

— towns, sedition in, 32, 47.

— corporate towns should lose their charters if they continue recusant, 551.

, fugitives from, 379.

, —, list of, 379.

— Council, persecution of priests by, 190.

, priests, &c., that remain in, list of, 379.

, noblemen and gentlemen entertain priests disguised as surgeons, &c., 476.

— vagrants thence in France, 499.

— —, none to be transported thence either to England or elsewhere, 499.

, conformity to be enforced in, 545.

, Mayor of Waterford the only Mayor who conforms in Munster, 550.

, Lord President of, 495.

, President and Council of, 247.

, President of Munster's plan for enforcing conformity, 546.

, Brouncker, President of Munster deposes all the recusant mayors in Munster, 550.

, a secretary of the Council of suggested 240.

— undertakers, 108, 114, 260, 331.

, —, some had no patents as Sir William Courtney and Sir John Hollies, 108.

— —, to be made to enrol their patents as there are no records of them, 108.

, —, those named as residents in England should be ordered to repair to Dublin, 115, 116.

, —, list of, resident in England 116.

, —, do not people their lands with English according to covenant, 226.

, —, by not peopling their seignories with English there are no freeholders for juries, 227.

, —, in consequence of their not bringing over English tenants there are not the persons fit for service, 227.

, —, have taken sons and kinsmen of the attainted proprietors as tenants, 472.

, —, those of Kerry most backward, 472.

, observations of Sir J. Davys on, after going as judge of assize there, 463.

, the Beth of Munster, 352.

, passage boats to be set up at, 352.

Murray, Watty, 557.

Murroghe, Lieutenant, violent conduct of, at Cork, 52.

Murphey, Sir John, priest in Ossory, 179.

Muschampe, Thos., Customer of Dublin and Drogheda, 431.

Muskery, creaghts of, collected into Desmond, 44.

— territory, 223, 225.

Musters, controller of, instructions for, 130, 131.

Myanus, 90.

Myllone, 118.

Mylne, Henry, imprisoned, 10.