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Index: Q, R

Pages 646-648

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

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Q.R.

Q.

Queen's County, alias Leix, governor of, 252, 493.

Quenlan, Philip M'Dernidy, priest, 380.

Quire, James, recusant, complains of Sir James Ley, 398.

Quick, [ ], 379.

Quirck, Nicholas, information of, 6.

R.

Raban, abbey of, 195.

Radcliffe, Sir Thomas, lxx.

Radnor, Lord, borrows King's letters of 1627, xxiv.

Rafernam (Rathfarnham), 153.

Raghlin (also Raughlin), Rathlin, island of, inquisition, 137.

, grant of lands in to Sir Randal M'Donnell, 158.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 45.

Raley and Fercall, lordship of, surrender and re-grant of, 189.

Ralfe, John, captain, pensioner in Spain, 396.

Ram, Thomas, to be bishop of Fearnes and Laughlin, 257.

Ran, Mr., vicar of Balrodrie, 172.

Ranelagh, made into shire land, 418.

, divided between the brothers Phelim M'Pheagh and Redmond.

Rapho, 462.

Rastal, [ ], 382.

Rathbride, lease of, to John Leye, 184.

Rathcorm, 68.

Rathgogan, 375.

Rathlin Isle, inquisitions concerning, 137.

Rathmolan, 249.

Rawley Island, 570.

Raynard, Mr., recommended for pension, 392.

Raynolds, Anthony, 30.

Reagh, Walter, 126.

, —, traitor, services done against, 421.

Reagh Island, 575.

Reban, Castle of, 30, 142.

Records, general description of their nature, xxv, xxvi.

, destruction of by fire, lxxiii.

, removed to Birmingham Tower, lxxiv.

, removed to St. Patrick's Cathedral, lxxiv.

, restored to Birmingham Tower, lxxiv.

, want of secure plan of deposit, lxx.

, fire in, 1711, lxxvi.

, to be better preserved, 134.

, Calendars to be made, 134.

, in Birmingham Tower, 498.

Recusants, 545.

, lawyers, 67.

, notorious, had to be sent on circuit for want of judges, 261.

, catholic, to be dealt somewhat more gently with, 390.

, —, fines of, to be employed in repairing ruined churches, 392.

, —, complaint of, against Chief Justice Ley, 398.

, —, try to evade payment of fines, but fail, 402.

, —, persist in their recusancy generally, 402.

, —, refuse to give bonds, 404.

, —, proceedings in King's Bench, against, 417.

, —, beginning to yield, 448.

, —, priests and friars have conformed, and take orders from Protestant bishops, 448.

— of Munster, 466.

, President Brouncker issues his mandates to the aldermen, &c., to attend him at church, 466.

— of Waterford, 466.

, —, fined under Queen Elizabeth, 466.

, Chichester urges that the children of the better sort be placed at Trinity College, 490.

, the many of the poorer sort that conformed at Dungarvan, 466.

, of towns only prosecuted, 467.

, of Youghal, 468.

, 200 of Limerick, fined, 474.

, at Cashel, 475.

, —, even the Archbishop's sons and sons-in-law, recusants, 475.

, at Clonmel, 475.

, —, are encouraged in their recusancy by the mild measures of the Privy Council, 526.

Red Council Book of Ireland, lxxi.

"Redshanks" (Scottish islanders), to be kept from landing at Port Rush, 276.

Reformation, means of forwarding it in Ireland, 542.

— of religion, 545.

, Sir H. Brouncker's plan for forcible reformation, 545.

Religion, suggestions for propagation of, in Ireland, 542.

Relockestowne, 184.

Remembrances for Lord Deputy, 487.

Remington, Sir Robert, 569, 570, 571.

Rennick, Walter, pension of, 428.

Report upon Donnel M'Arty's petition, 507.

Retrenchment of expenditure much needed, 387.

Revenue, all branches of to be carefully scrutinized, and payments enforced, 136, 137.

, of Ireland, deeply embarassed, 262.

, complaints of straightened condition of, 308, 405, 407, 531, 535.

Reynaghan, Sir Lawrence, priest in Ossory, 179.

Reynolds, Antony, 255, 493.

Reynolds, Sir Carey, 459.

Rhemes (Rheims), youths not to be allowed to be sent to, 153.

Richard, Francis, 163.

Richard III., grant by, 133.

Riche, Barnaby, pension, 433.

Richardson, Mr., prebendary of St. Audwin's, 170.

, Nicholas, 555.

Richmond, Earl of, 586.

Ridgeway, Sir Thomas, 459, 461.

, —, late treasurer, 533.

, —, vice-treasurer, leave of absence for, 300.

Riddelford, Christiana de, second wife of Geoffrey de Marisco, xii.

Ridley, Bishop, 60.

Rinannon, 352.

Rise, Roger, 352.

Roach, Dominic, 550.

Roberts, James, 364.

, John, 110.

Robin Hood, 342.

— —, the Irish ready to follow any new Robin Hood, 342.

Robins, Arthur, heir of, 116.

Robinson, Mr. prebendary of Clonmeathan, 171.

, —, vicar of, Rathwire, 174.

Route (also Roote), district of, 158, 178, 181, 194, 321.

, the, district in Antrim, 158.

Rowe, Sir Francis, 91.

, —, command at Mountjoy, 436, 441.

, Richard, clerk of Common Pleas, 430.

Rowth, Edward, keeper of Kilkenny gaol, 432.

Royal letters, relating to Ireland, retained by the Lord Lieutenant or Deputy of the time, xxvi.

, great number of them in private collections, xxvii.

, in chief secretary's office, lxxvii.

Rushe, Sir Francis, 15, 30, 90, 91, 201, 253, 456.

, —, his troop, 165, 185.

, —, —, to be reduced, 375.

, —, command at Philipstown, 436, 441.

Rooper, Sir Thomas, command at Limbrick, 436, 441.

Ross, 125.

Rosscarbury, 225.

Ross, bishop of, 218.

Roscommon, rectory of, 553.

, seignory of, 551, 558.

Roth, Mr., 208.

Rothe, Robert, 550.

Roth, Robert, bearer of Viscount Butler's suit to the king, 156.

, —, warrant for lease of Modeshil and Kilrenynan, 527.

Rotheram, Lambert, 98.

, Captain Thomas, 91.

, Thomas, 201, 253.

, —, captain of foot, 186.

, —, troop to be reduced, 394.

, Sir Thomas, 456.

, —, command at Galway, 436, 441.

Robinson, William, prothonotary, 430.

Roch, Viscount, of Fermoy, 83, 306, 374, 335.

, Lord, recommended by the king to lord lieutenant, 191.

, —, prays to be protected from the intrusive proceedings of Sir Richard Hansard, 310.

, John, bailiff of Cork, 16.

Roches of Kinsale, 76.

— Country, 223.

Roche, Mr., 70.

, Myles, 119, 166.

, Philip FitzEdmund, 375.

, Dominic, 476.

Rochford, Christopher, 110.

, Oliver, 110, 364.

, Robert, 67, 69.

Roe, Sir Francis, 200, 253, 456.

Rogan, Bryan, pardon of, 315.

, Henry, 315.

, Phelim, 315.

, Doughie, 315.

Rogers, Lewis, surgeon of army, prays for pension in discharge of arrears, 158.

, —, annuity granted to, 162.

, Richard, controller of mint, 138.

Rolles, William, 254.

, —, pension of, 129, 423.

Rolls, kept in the officer's house, lxx.

, perished by fire, lxx.

Romer, William, 280.

Romilly, Lord, letter on the Philadelphia Papers, xc.

Ronane, John, 120.

Ronan, Jasper, goldsmith, 10.

Roote, the, 155, 502.

Roper, Sir Thomas, 91, 201, 253, 335, 456, 504.

, —, appointed constable of Castlemayne, vice Sir Charles Wilmot, 335.

, —, troop of, 186.

, —, —, to be reduced, 395.

Russell, Bartholomew, clerk of Crown in Dublin, Kildare, &c., 271.

, Christopher, 363.

, Mathew, 364.

, Richard, 363.

, Sir William, Lord Deputy, 74, 125.

, —, pensions granted in his time, 420.

, Nicholas, 364.

Russon, John, pension of, 427.

Rutlege, Lintyne, 127.

Rutledge, Quintin, 254.

, Quintyn, pension of, 421.

Ryder, John, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 169.

Ryves, Sir William, succeeds Sir John Davys, lvi.

, —, error of Lodge regarding, lvi., note.