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Pages 642-645

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

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Pacata Hibernia cited, 4, 5.

Page, Thomas, pension of, 427.

Pailoue, Christopher, pension of, 130.

Paine, William, 110.

Paiton, Christopher, 254, 255.

Pale, the, 111, 246, 365, 366, 367, 371, 372, 449, 468.

, the English, jesuits, priests, &c. harboured in, 66.

, disaffected, 58, 59.

, peace established in, 158.

, always opposed to rebellion, 231.

, inhabited by noblemen and gentlemen of English descent who intermarry among themselves, 231.

, the bishops should excommunicate the obstinate recusant gentry of, and then they might be imprisoned, 244.

, composition in the, neglected to be enforced, 283, 291, 303.

, agreement of the Lord Deputy and Council with, 289.

, discussions regarding, 291–2.

, their petition against the banishing of priests and enforcing the conformity of laity, 365, 366.

, departure of divers young gentlemen under captains, as volunteers for Spain, 339.

, recusant gentlemen of, numerously sign petition for toleration, 354, 355, 358.

, petition of, for toleration, 362.

, interrogatories administered to Sir P. Barnewall to prove complicity of the Pale in the petition for toleration, 449.

, the, 565.

, lords and gentry of, have each a son or near kinsman in the Archduke's service, 565.

, were licensed to carry men thither, 565.

, the danger of this, 565.

, they would substitute the rule of the Spaniard, 380.

, the, gentry of, hate the English government as much as the mere Irish.

, Sir G. Carey is to send list of all church livings in, worth 30l. per annum, 590.

Palgrave, Sir Francis, Ancient Kalendars of H. M. Exchequer, x-xix.

Palmer, Marquis of, 8.

, Andrew, assay master, 138.

, Peter, 2nd justice of Common Pleas, 450.

, Mr. Justice, 405, 505.

, —, answer to petition of Earl of Kildare against him, 505.

Pardons, 20,000 granted since the accession of James I., 112.

Parker, John, Buckingham's secretary, appropriates his papers, cix.

Parkins, Richard, 31.

Parliament of Ireland, 233.

— in Ireland frequent before Henry VII., xviii.

, discontinued in his and later reigns, xviii.

, Irish, of 1585, journal of, lxiii.

, about to be held, manner of holding, 147.

, regulated by 10th H. 7th, 233.

, effect of that statute, 233.

, place in Castle where held, ruined by blast of powder, 460, 488.

, new place for, suggested, 460.

, should be built, 488.

Parratt, Thomas, 127.

, —, pension of, 422.

Parsons, William, Surveyor-general, 429.

, —, return of lands in Longford, 514, 517.

, —, recommended by Sir G. Fenton as auditor of accounts, 49.

Patent Chancery Rolls of James I., xciii.

, —, Erck's Calendar of, xciv.

Patents of lands, &c. in Ireland sealed with the great seal of England or Ireland indifferently, 234.

Pawlett, George, succeeds Sir Henry Dockwra as governor of Derry, 529.

Pedigrees of Ormonde and Butler family, 489, 490.

Peircetown, parsonage of, 197.

Pelham, Edmund, 11, 111, 209.

, Sir Edmund, concordatum for circuit, 283.

, —, his salary as Lord Chief Baron, 429.

, —, his death, 522.

Pennington, Joseph, 551, 579.

Pensioners, 125.

, list of, 251, 420–9.

Pensioners and officers, list of, 376–378.

, list of, and when the pensions were granted, and by what warrants, 125.

Pensioners all to be mustered once each quarter, 394.

Pensions, 498.

, excessive, and to be inquired into, and reduced, 387.

Penson, William, Chester Herald, recommended by Chichester, 417.

Penteney, Edward, grant of lands to, 176.

Percy, Sir Henry, 493.

, Sir Richard, 200, 208, 253, 454, 512.

, —, to command at Kinsale, 436.

, —, his petition to the King, 591.

Pere tree, 238, 556.

Perrot, Sir John, 464.

, —, happy state of Ireland in time of his government, 238.

Persevall, William, 111.

Persse, Henry, 576.

Peter-pence documents, symbol for in Stapledon's Kalendar, xi.

Petit, Thomas, 364.

Petite, William, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Petition of lords and gentry of Pale against persecution, 365, 367.

— of Pale instigated by the priests, 371,

, of nobility and gentry of the Pale for toleration, 362.

, names of subscribers, 363.

— of Robert Arthur, 177.

— of Lady Blanche Bagnal, 539.

— of Oliver Eustace, 535.

— of Pale for toleration, interrogatories to Sir P. Barnewall concerning it, 449.

— — contrived by Sir Patrick Barnewall, Rd. Netterville, and others, 367.

— of Sir Francis Barkley, 380.

— of Mr. Birchenshaw, by the instructions of Sir Arthur Chichester, 580.

— of Connor Clancy, 459.

— of Gerald Earl of Kildare. 505.

— of Donnel M'Arty, 507.

, —, report upon, 507.

— of Con O'Kelly, 508.

— of Sir Richard Percy, 591.

— of David Viscount Roche of Fermoy, 375.

— of John Strowde, 381.

— of Sir Thomas Williams, 591.

— of Lewis Rogers to Privy Council, 158.

— of Sir Charles Wilmot, 165.

Peyton, auditor, his contest with James Ware, 164.

, Christopher, auditor, his patent confirmed, 283, 300.

Phelan (Phlen), Richard, 72.

Phesant, Thos., pensioner, 433.

Philadelphia Papers, special calendar of, proposed, vii.

— —, judged unadvisable, viii.

— —, account of, lxxxvii-xciv.

— —, their general character and contents, Ixxxviii-lxxxix.

— —, migration to America, lxxxix.

— —, restoration to England, xc.

— —, probable source of, xci, xcii.

Phillips, Colley, controller of Dublin, 431.

Philips, James, 110.

Phikes, Robert, 363.

Phillips, Captain Thomas, 91, 194, 195, 243, 253.

, Thomas, 322, 341, 454, 510.

Philips, Thos., gets custodiam of abbey of Coleraine, 178.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

, —, complains that Sir Randal Macdonnell wants to take Port Rush from him, 276.

, —, captain of Toome, 436.

, —, charged with intruding on Sir R. M'Donnell's fishery, 517.

Phillipstown, 252.

, castle of, King's County, 70.

Phiton, see Fitton.

Phytton, Sir Edward, see Fitton.

Piggett, Griffiths, keeper of Kilmainham, 432.

Pigott, [ ], 71.

Pigot, John, 375.

, Robert, recommended by deputy and council, 288.

, —, complains of his "poor entertainment," 289.

Piercy, (Percy) Sir Richard, governor of Kinsale, 23, 185.

, —, put out of the gates of Cork, 44.

, —, his troop reduced, 395.

Pikeman, Captain John, 583.

Pilsworth, Mr., prebendary of Monmahannock, 171.

, —, recommended for bishop of Kildare, 175.

, —, to be Bishop, with commendam of vicarages of Naas and Carbury, 187.

Pilton, see Pilltown.

Pilltown, 546.

Pinnar, Nicholas, 204, 256.

Pirates, 382, 383, 385.

— hinder trade by their depredations, 295.

— have robbed above 100 sail in one year, 385, 386.

Plague, the, 571.

— —, Dublin and principal cities deserted because of, 571.

— —, appears at Manchester, 309.

Plantations in Ulster, lvi.

— in Leitrim, King's Co., Meath, and Longford, civ.

Plantation of Upper and Lower Ormond, 378.

Pleasington, Charles, 77.

, —, admiral in North of Ireland, 133.

Ploughing horses by the tail, lvii.

Plunkett, Alexander, 363, 365.

, Christopher, 361, 363.

, George, 363.

, John, 361, 363.

, Patrick, 363.

, Richard, 363.

, Thomas, 363.

, Walter, 361, 363.

, William, 365.

Plunket, Sir Christopher, 83.

, John, 499.

, Oliver, 365.

, Thomas, 373.

Plymouth, 5.

Pobble Sliactu, 90.

Pope, forged bull of, 438.

, —, substance of, 440.

, to bring a bull of excommunication was felony before statute of Præmunire, 17 Rich. 2., 351.

, —, never allowed in times before Henry VIII., though the Bishop's was, 351.

, —, sentence of death for bringing one in 30th Assize, Ed. I., 351

Popery, 124.

, boldness of its followers, 58.

, cause of wars in Ireland, 58.

, ought not to be tolerated, 59.

, Spanish Ambassador's account of King James I.'s dealings with the Irish Catholics, 124.

Popham, Sir John, 10, 228, 229.

Portaferry, 1, 483.

Porter, Sir Stanier, borrows papers relating to trade, xxiv.

, Walter, 363.

Port Rush, given to Thomas Philips, 276.

Powers, the, (or Poores,) 464, 465.

Power, Lord, brings message from mayor and citizens of Waterford, 35.

Power, Sir Henry, 91, 201, 253, 343, 456, 493.

Poor, (also Poer, Power), Sir Henry, governor of Leix, 184, 185.

, —, his troop reduced, 395, 441.

Power, Sir John, priest of Ossory, 174.

Powre, Thos., pension, 434.

, John, pension, 424.

Power, William, 110, 119, 211.

, —, captain, pension for, 301.

Pownall, Edmund, pension in Spain, 397.

Poynings' Act, indirect influence of, on the Irish records, xviii, lxix.

— —, subsequent enactments, 147, 148.

Pratt, Henry, to be admitted fellow of Joyce Frankland foundation in Trinity College, Dublin, 150.

Pratt, Willm., prebendary of Swordes, 170.

Preachers to be sent into Ireland, 60.

, godly, maintained in Dublin, 152.

Preaching, neglected, 152.

Precepts under Great Seal, 509; see Mandates.

Praemunire, statute of, 351.

Prerogative, the King's, expounded in the matter of the mandates, 584, 585, 587.

, —, where punishments are inadequate, Prorogative may act through Star Chamber, 588.

Preston, 339.

, brother of Viscount Gormanston, leads volunteers to Spain, 339.

, Thomas, captain, pensioner in Spanish service, 396.

, James, pensioner in Spain, 398.

Priests, 371, 582.

, numerous in diocese of Kildare, 175.

— in Ossory, list of, 179.

, hedge priests to be banished, 266.

, to leave the kingdom before December 10, 1604, 302.

, Not, however, to be anxiously searched for, 390.

, none have left the kingdom, 408.

, expect to be banished by proclama tion, and would then willingly depart, 244.

, Jesuits, &c., 348.

, —, proclamation for banishing of, 4 July 1605, 345.

— activity in spreading Romish doctrine, 406.

, swear the people to be faithful to their religion, 43, 58.

, stimulate to rebellion, 43, 58.

, mislead by promises of foreign aid, 59.

, to be banished the realm, 134.

, 40 Connaught priests take oath of supremacy, 468.

, more numerous at Clonmel than elsewhere, because of the Earl of Ormonde's palatine jurisdiction, 475.

, names of those that live at Clonmel, 476.

, names of those in Waterford, 476.

, —, in Cork, 476.

, harboured by nobility, &c. of Munster disguised as surgeons, &c., 476.

, active in stirring up the people, 513.

, tyranny of, 545.

, incontinency of, 545.

, Brouncker searches for priests in Limerick and Carrick, 551.

, every house a sanctuary to them, 574.

, banished from England fly to Ireland, 574.

, two transported from Liverpool to Drogheda, imprisoned in Dublin Castle, 575.

Primate, the Lord, 329.

, the, came hat in hand to the mayor of Drogheda, to ask release of a prisoner, 17.

Proclamation of President and Council of Munster, against priests, &c., 190.

— of amnesty, 266.

— of Deputy and Council, calling in all commissions of martial law, 259.

— against toleration, 301.

Private Collections, Irish State Papers in, cvii– cix.

Proclamation of James I.'s accession, 1.

, royal, for expulsion of Jesuits, friars, &c., urged, 67, 78.

— for new standard of silver coin, 93.

, of monies of Ireland to be current in England, 113.

— touching priests, seminaries, and Jesuits before September 1, 1604, 199.

, —, printed in Latin and Irish, 267.

— published for banishing Jesuits, &c., 331, 333.

, —, ordering all His Majesty's subjects to attend their parish churches, 337, 343, 345.

— of 4 July 1605, for banishment of priests, 348, 349.

— for all to repair to their parish churches, sent from England, 355.

, against importation of gunpowder, 437.

, respecting the King's safety, 442.

Protestant clergy, ignorant and irreligious, 162.

, do more against Protestantism than the Jesuits, 162.

Protestant losses in war of 1641, depositions regarding, cii.

Provost marshals, 511.

, one should be in every county, 511.

, suggested to be appointed at Loughfoyle, Ballyshannon, and Knockfergus, 408.

, sent also into other disorderly parts, 417.

Provost martials, 481.

— Chichester suggests one in each province, 481, 491.

Public Record Office, London, history of, ix.

, —, Irish Papers in, ix, x.

, Dublin, lxxxv-xciv.

Purcell, Edmund, 348, 349, 373.

, Redmond, 471.

, —, an outlaw, 471.

, —, released by the White Knight, 472.

, —, is drawn into Morice Hurley's castle, captured, and hanged, 472.

, Thomas, pension of, 428.

, Denis, pension of, 428.

Purdon, Gilbert, 196.

, —, prebendary of Tipper, 171.

, —, rector of Paynston, in Meath, 173.

, —, rector of Multifernan, in Westmeath, 174.

Purvas, Henton, 256.

Pynne, Captain Nicholas, 92.

Pyne, Nicholas, 127.

Pynner, Nicholas, Captain, 30.