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

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Naas, the (also Nace), muster at, 29.

Naass, 467.

, general conformity of, 467.

Nagle, David, 119.

Nangle, Edward, 364.

, Piers, 364.

, Richard, ensign, pensioner in Spanish service, 396.

, Robert, pensioner, 434.

Nangle, Robert, 377.

Narrow-water, fort at, 30, 304 (?).

Nash, Redmond, priest, 380.

Navan, traitorous language of a friar at, 62.

, abbey of, 69.

Neile, Henry, alias Lord Henry, colonel in Spanish service, 396.

Neale, Garve (O'Donnell). See O'Donnell.

Neal, Garow, 249.

Neil, M'Hugh, 321.

Neilson, Marmaduke, 198.

, —, pension of, 425.

Netherby, 579.

Netterville, Richard, 194, 254, 357, 358.

Nettervyle (also Newterville, Netterville), is committed for recusancy, and refuses to give bonds, 404.

, —, to be cited to England, 405, 407–8.

, —, an obstinate recusant, 415.

Netterville, John, 363.

, Rich., 363, 371, 377.

Newcastle, garrison at, 30.

Newcomen, Mr., 202.

, Robert, 377.

, Thomas, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

, Robert, on victualling of the army, 181, 182.

, —, to be purveyor and issuer of victuals to the army, 257.

, —, contract to supply 1,500 men for three months, 263.

, Sir Robt., surveyor of victuals, 431.

Neuge, Richard, 256.

Newry, 201, 323, 464, 582.

, full of priests, 582.

Newse, Samuel, serjeant-at-arms, 432.

Nolan, Thomas, 352.

Norfolk, 589.

Normans, 232.

Normandy, 232.

, William the Conqueror transplanted English to estates in Normandy and Normans to English lands, 232.

Norrys, Lady, 163, 189, 469, 508.

Norries, Lady, 469.

, —, her house at Mallow, 469.

Norreis, Lady Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thos. Norreis, wardship of, made a matter of profit by Sir Fr. Kingsmill, 163.

Norris, Lady, recommended to Cecil, 189.

Northampton, Earl of, his Irish papers, probably in the Cotton Collection, xliv.

Northumberland, Earl of, 245.

Norton, Gregory, 255, 109.

, Hugh, 352, 494.

, John, 254.

, —, pension of, 424.

, Gregory, pension of, 425.

Nott, James, 254.

Nu-Cappuilth, 90.

Nuce, Captain, 42.

Nugollaine, 90.

Nugent, Christopher, 365.

, Edward, 356, 364.

, George, 210.

, Henry, 240.

, Larkyn, 364.

, Nicholas, 364.

, Richard, 364, 367.

, —, a recusant discharged, 415.

, Robert, 365.

, Father Robert, S. J., authorised to hear confessions, 269.

, Walter, 364.

, —, pension of, 428.

, —, letter to from Maelbrighde O'Hosey, 311 (Irish).

Nullinraigue, 20.

Numyllech, 90.

Nunarde, 90.

O.

O'Berne, Brian Doolin, 571.

Oblivion, Act of, 2.

O'Boyles surrendered their lands to Tyrconnell, 320.

O'Boyle accompanies Tirconnell in flight to Spain, 541.

O'Breane, Donoll, the Irish messenger, xiii.

O'Brian, Donell, 7.

O'Briens, the, 470.

, Moriertagh, Bishop of Killalo, 591.

, Muriertagh, son of Tirlaugh Mac I. Brien, of Arra, Maurice, Bishop of Killalowe, 404.

, Sir Tirlagh, 571.

, —, harbours Redmond Purcell, a traitor, 472.

, —, accused by his own brother, O'Brien, Bishop of Killalo, 472.

, —, he and his son cast into Limerick jail for relieving Morice McGibbon, 472.

, —, one of his sons hanged at Clonmel for murder done by him and Redmond Purcell, 475.

O'Byrne, Phelim M'Pheagh, 462.

O'Cahan, 321, 330, 368.

O'Cahane's country, 318.

O'Cane (also O'Cahan, O'Kane), gone into rebellion, 173.

O'Cairn, Brian, S.J., 476.

O'Callaghan, Arthur, 68.

O'Carroll's Country, made shire grounds and attached to King's County, 277.

Ockar, Wm., almsman, 130.

O'Connor, Dermot, 223.

, Lisagh, 255.

, —, pension of, 425.

, William, 428.

, Sligo, 80.

, —, having been deprived of his lands and castles, and lately of Ballynott, prays for redress, 272, 273.

O'Corkran, Taig, examination of, at the camp at Devenish, 566.

, —, concerning the projected departure of Tyrconnell and Couconagh Maguire for Spain, 566.

O'Da, Dennis, captain of Irish horse, 256.

O'Dempsies, the, begin to conform, 158.

O'Doherty's rebellion, account of in Stearne MSS., civ.

O'Dogherty, Sir Cahir, 78, 80.

, —, to recommend fit persons to be freeholders in Inishowen, 320.

, Sir John, 78.

, Rory, 78.

O'Dolan, Bryan, pension of, 428.

O'Donnel, the arch traitor, 249.

, Cabarr, 248, 249.

O'Donnell, Caffry, 79, 80.

, Caphar Oge, M'Caphar, pardon of, with 62 others, 400.

, Caphar Oge, 568.

, Hugh Bey, 568.

, Niel, 75.

, Neale, 248, 249.

, Sir Neale, 568, 569.

, Neale Garve, 14.

, —, seized by Docwra, 18.

, —, escapes, 23, 37.

, —, arrest ordered by Mountjoy, 24.

, —, at feud with Tirconnell, 296.

, —, commissioners ask a warrant to pass his lands to him, 296.

, —, violent feuds with Tirconnell, 301.

, —, disputes with Tirconnell to be settled by Chichester, 304.

, Oge McDonel O'Donel, 80.

, Rorie (also Rury), 14, 24, 75, 79, 80, 248.

, —, makes submission to the King and prays to be established in his land, 139.

, —, grant to him accordingly, with remainder to Caffrey O'Donell, 139.

, —, renounces all claims on Sir Cahir O'Doherty's country, 140.

, Caffrey, grant to, in remainder after his brother Rory, 139.

, Sir Neale, 140.

, Hugh Roe, 140, 149.

, Patrick, foster-brother to Lord Henry, inferior officer in Spain, 396.

O'Donovan, Donald, 120.

O'Doran, Sir Conogher, priest in Ossory, 179.

O'Dowley, Sir Murtogh, priest in Ossory, 179.

O'Dubericke Connor, 453.

O'Doynes (O'Dunnes), the, conform to an evil life, 158.

O'Driscoll (O'Dryshall), Conogher, captain reformado in Spanish service, 396.

— Connor, Sir Finnin, 379.

O'Driscol, Sir Finin, 229.

, —, his three sons beyond the seas ready to ship over and head rebels, 229.

, Florentio, 306.

Odur, Charles, vicar of Ferrall, 174.

O'Ferrall's, their suit with Lord and Lady Delvin, 418, 419.

O'Ferrall, Rosse, 313.

, —, dealings of, with Lord Delvin, 312–314.

, Ross, 418.

, Brian, 418.

O'Fahy Teig, priest, 380.

Offaly, 201, 203, 468.

, governor of, 215.

Officers, list of discharged, 109.

, provincial, list of, 252.

O'Flaherty, Morogh, and Donel, 89.

O'Flaherties, rising of, feared, 5 (note).

O'Foylan, Sir Douyll, priest in Ossory, 179.

O'Hagan, Art Bredagh, 453.

, Henry, carries a "colours" he received from the Pope to Spain, 340.

, —, may perhaps be sent by Tyrone to fetch back his son from Spain, 339, 340, 346.

, —, Tyrone's ensign in the late rebellion, 339.

O'Hanlon, Sir Oghy, pardon for, with 17 others, 399.

, Oghey, eldest son of Sir Oghey, pardon of, 399.

O'Hanlon, Sir Oghie (Oghey), surrender and re-grant of his lands, 301.

, Patrick, 80, 318.

, —, pension of, 434.

O'Haran, Con, gentleman, pardon of, 315.

O'Hosey (Hussey), Maelbridge, prays to be sent to Louvain, 311.

, —, has been offered to be sent to Valladolid or Salamanca, 312.

O'Gerig, Henry, reformado captain in Spain, 396.

Oglethorpe, Mr. Robert, 380, 439.

, —, second Baron of the Exchequer, 429.

O'Glissane, Donogh, Jesuit, 380.

O'Grenane, Donogh, Ensign, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Oinscorthy, see Enniscorthy.

O'Kelly, Farragh M'Hugh, 569, 570, 571.

O'Kelly, Con., 508.

, Hugh, McDuff, Dalla, 569, 571.

O'Kerne, Jenkin, pardon of, 315.

O'Laneys, the, 470.

O'Lorkan, William, pension of, 428.

Omagh, 322, 341, 369.

, 341.

, to be garrisoned by Captain Edward Leigh, 341.

— St. Omey, 322.

, abbey of, given to Captain Edward Leigh, 322.

, such wastes round, that robbers harbour in them and rob and murder merchants and travellers going from Derry or Lifford to the Pale, 322.

Omey, river, 322.

O'Mahowny, Tieg, in Bally, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Donnell, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Conogher, pensioner in Spain, 397.

O'Moran, Donald, reversion of his lands to William Synott and to Henry King, 272.

O'More, Rory Oge, expedition against, xiii.

O'Mores, the, sept of, 245.

O'Morressa Teig, priest, 380.

O'Mullan, Dennis, 255, 321, 493.

, Denyes, captain of Irish foot, 186.

, Denis, captain of Irish foot, troop reduced, 395.

O'Mulloy, Callogh, son of Connell, his surrender and re-grant of lordship of Raly and Fercall, 189.

O'Mulhone, Flarie, 569.

O'Murrow, Donald, attainted, reversion of his lands to William Synnott, 272.

O'Murrey, Edmund M'Kery Oge, pensioner in Spain, 397.

O'Neales, the, 465.

O'Neiles, several gentlemen claim to hold freeholds independent of Tyrone, 319.

, maintained in possession by the commissioners, 319.

O'Neale, Bryan Moderon, captain of Irish horse, 186.

O'Molars, Donagh, Ensign, pensioner in Spain, 396.

O'Molloys, the, conform to civil actions, 151.

O'Molloy, 377.

O'Molloy, Hugh, pension of, 438.

O'Moores and O'Dempseys, 81.

O'Moore, Callogh, 377.

O'Neale, Sir Bryan M'Phelim, heirs of, 305.

, Connor, son of Shane, 18, 255.

, Con M'Shan, pension of, 425.

, Con M'Neale, M'Bryan Fertagh, sues for a grant of Clandeboye and Ardes to James Hamilton, 271, 295.

, Cormack, joins Tyrone's son, 18.

O'Neal, Henry, 454.

O'Neale, Henry, son of Shane, 18, 383, 384.

, —, M'Shane, 255, 569.

, — Oge, 14, 245.

, —, second son of Earl of Tyrone 565, 571, 580.

, —, commands a regiment of Irishmen in Archduke's service, 579.

, —, hopes of the Irish of his aid, 580.

, Sir Henry, good yearly rent to be reserved from, 135.

, —, Oge, Mr. Henry has lands passed to him, 296, 300.

, Owen Oge, 24.

, —, Owen M'Hugh captain of Irish horse, 186.

, Sir Phelim, commands at the siege of Drogheda. xcv.

, Shane, 18, 321.

, —, sons of, confer with Tyrone, 30.

, —, Mac Brian, the son of Neale Mac Hugh, O'Neale, to have a grant of portion of Lower Clandeboy, 305.

, Turlagh M'Art, 493.

, Bryan, Modder, 493.

, Terlagh M'Arte, son of Sir Arthur, son of Terlagh Lenagh, grant to, of a ballebetoe, between the Dargre and the Fyn, 319.

, Tirlagh M'Art, captain of Irish horse, 186.

, Sir Tirlagh, M'Henrie, disputed meering of his lands, 300.

, Sir Tyrlowe (Tirlagh), M'Henry, a good friend of Tyrone, 409.

O'Nieghan, Denis, priest, 380.

O'Quin, Murrogh, Tyrone's servant man, to bring news from the Earl's sons, 409.

O'Reley, see O'Reilly.

O'Reillys, 24, 56, 564.

, the, divided into factions, 564.

, the chief is a child of 15 years, son of Sir John, by a niece of Ormonde's 564.

, to be placed at Trinity College, 564.

O'Reily, Bryan, pensioner in Spain, 39, 398.

, Daniel, pensioner in Spain, 398.

O'Reilly, Sir John, 561, 564, 565.

, —, of seven baronies in Cavan is allotted four, 561.

, —, all the lands in Cavan being forfeited to His Majesty new division should be made, 561.

, —, 537.

, Philip, 537.

, Edmund, of Kilnecrott, 537.

, Farrell, 537.

Orenge, Richard, pension of, 428.

Orme, Richard, 256, 427.

, Captain Roger, 92, 204, 256.

, Roger, pension of, 427.

Ormonde, Countess of, 337.

, —, Lord Barry, her father, fears for her jointure, 337.

, Earl of, 70, 97, 117, 199, 208, 211, 215, 216, 504, 511.

, —, intercedes for the seditious at Cork, lix.

Ormond and Ossory, late Earl of, 72.

, —, Thomas, Earl of, sends proclamation of King's accession to mayor of Waterford, 12, 20, 32, 36.

, —, fears of his death and its results, 23.

, —, thanks Cecil for promoting the marriage of his nephew, Theobald Butler, with his daughter, 71.

, —, the King assents to his daughter's marriage, 85.

, —, Cecil, on his complaint, orders Sir G. Carey not to pass the reversion of his lands granted him in tail by Queen Elizabeth, to Crosby or any others, 117.

, —, to be freed from all cesses and impositions on his lands, 192.

, —, to have the sites of the abbeys of Jerpoint, Kilcoole, the Friaries of Callan, Carrick, Thurles, and Tullaghphelim, 210.

, —, had had a fit of apoplexy, 215.

, —, Viscount Butler fears some accroachment on his jurisdiction in the event of the Earl's death, 216.

, —, commends his son-in-law to Salisbury, 315.

, —, at the point of death, 337.

, —, asks him time for payment of a fine of 2,000l. 442.

, —, statement of his estates in Ireland, 443–444.

, —, his petition, 517, 527.

, —, his liberty of Tipperary, 474.

, —, Sir J. Davys visits him while sick at Carrick, 476.

, —, entertainment on St. George's day at Carrick, 477.

, —, petition for pardon of alienations, 489.

, —, pedigrees of Ormonde family, 489.

, —, Lord Treasurer, 429, 433.

Ormond, Lower, 378.

, Upper, 378.

Ormonde Papers, lx., Ixi.

Ormonde, Duke of, appropriates the papers of his government, xxvi.

, —, Carte's life of, lx.

, —, papers, collected for, ib.

Orrell, Lewis, Captain, 30, 92.

O'Rourk's country, troubles in, 55.

O'Rourke, out in rebellion, 12.

, driven to great straits, 25.

, his country "a hell," 25.

, troops drawn off from, 32.

, probability of his death, 264.

, his lands went to the Crown, 264.

, Sir Brian, 85.

O'Ruairk, Bryan, prays the King to be restored to his father's lands, 38.

O'Rurke (O'Rourke), Tiege, 25.

O'Rourke, Teige, M'Brian M'Art, 27.

, —, the only legitimate son of Sir Brian O'Rourke attainted, is to have his father's lands, 85.

Orrery, Earl of, his letter about "Alexandering" prisoners, cvi.

Orsett, living of, patronage of, granted to Lord Salisbury, 445.

Ortrby, John Fitz, priest, 380.

Osberston, Jeffrey, 3rd Justice of King's Bench, 430.

Osney, abbey of, in England, 390.

Osborne, Thomas, commissary of musters, discharged, 395.

Osburne, Thomas, 255.

Osely, John, 109.

Ossely, William, 109.

Ossingdon, see Essenden, Cecil, Baron of, 69.

Ossory, return of the diocese of, 179.

, priests in diocese of, 179.

, Upper, Lord, Baron of, entertains Father Archer, 81.

, Bishop of, 72.

Ostend, Irishmen come from, 8.

O'Sowlywaine, Tieg, son of Owen, ensign, pensioner in Spain, 396.

, Gallasne, son of Sir Owen, 397.

, Conogher, son of Sir Owen, 397.

O'Sullevan, Bere, 229, 379, 385, 386, 454.

, —, exile in Spain, resorted to by Irish exiles, whom he protects, 385, 386.

, —, writes to Sir Francis Barkley that he wishes to return and be restored to his lands, 513.

O'Sulyvans, the, refused to join O'Rourke, 38.

O'Sulivan, Beare, Donell, prays to be restored to his father's lands, 46.

O'Sullivan, Cnougher, 91.

, Daniel, 91.

, Dermot, 91.

, Dough, 91.

, Dermot, Tough, Daniel, and Cnougher, 199.

, Owen, 68.

O'Sulevaunte, Owen, called O'Sullevante More, re-grant of lands to, 188.

, Irish title to be extinguished, 189.

Oswald, Abbot of, 586.

O'Swillivan (also O'Sowlywaine), Beare Con, 6, 38.

, O'Sullivan (also O'Sulyvan, O'Sulivan), Donnell More, 5, 6, 11, 90.

O'Tooles, the, continue good subjects, 25.

Oughugaduh, 89.

Out-islands of Scotland, 264.

Owen, Bartholomew, Sir Toby Caulfield recommended to get information from, 406.

Owen, Richard, 255.

, Richard pension of, 425.

, Bartholomew, pension of, 427.

, —, his disclosures, 410.

, —, attempts to convert Sir Toby Caulfield to Popery, 410.

Owney, Bryan, 249.

Oxford, Irish State Papers in the Bodlean library at, xxvi.