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

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Sadler, Sir Ralph, list of State Papers, xx.

Sagrove, Nicholas, 586.

Salisbury, Marquis of, report on his papers at Hatfield, cix.

, Earl of, report of his death circulated in Ireland, 439.

, —, forged bull of Pope sent to him, 438.

Salter, Edward, 254.

, —, pension of, 424.

Sand hills, 556.

Sankey, Col. Hierome, trustee for new university, xcvii.

Santhy, Baron, reports on Ussher's library, xcviii.

Sark, 578.

, Esk, and Leven, 551.

Sarsfield, Dominic, 121, 122, 352, 356, 517.

, Sir Dominic, chief justice of Munster, commended for integrity by gentlemen of province, 306.

, —, Chief Justice of Munster, 431.

, Thos., Mayor of Cork, 16.

, —, proclaims King James, 26.

, Dominic, justice, 51, 53.

, John, 364.

, Robert, 363.

, Thomas, 363.

Savage, Robert, 199, 428.

— Rowland, 128, 253, 423, 483.

"Saviour," the, ship of Dungarvon, 6.

Saye, Thomas, 116.

Saxby, Captain, 216.

Saxey, Mr., 217, 219.

, —, Chief Justice of Munster, 217.

, —, his "discovery of the decayed state of Ireland and means to repower the same," 217.

, —, his description of the ignorance of the lately appointed bishops, 218.

, —, advises the council that Jesuits, &c. may be arrested in Ireland under 27th Elizabeth and sent to England to be tried there for their lives, 219.

, —, scoffs at one of the council, an Irishman, for opposing his view of 27th Elizabeth, 219.

, —, says no better fruit is to be expected from an Irish councillor, 219.

, —, recusant lawyers, and judges, sometimes make a show of obedience in coming to church themselves, but openly maintain the recusancy of their families, 220.

, —, it were to be wished that no Irish were to be allowed a councillor of state, 220.

, —, Queen Elizabeth appointed an Englishman to be chief justice to watch over the chief justice of the C. B. and chief baron, 221.

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

, —, governors of towns should all be English, 222.

, —, thinks composition less of a check to rebellion than cess, 226.

, —, his comments on the trial of W. Mead, recorder of Cork, and his acquittal in spite of the illegal courses of the crown to have him convicted, 227.

, —, on the impossibility of getting Irish juries to convict, 227.

, Chief Justice of Munster, 482.

, —, unfitted to be chief baron, 482.

Saxey, William, 50, 110, 121.

Scales, a symbol of documents relating to the mint, xii.

Siliard, Jonas, pension of, 424.

Scolles, James, 352.

Scholarships to be founded in the College of Dublin, 405.

, may be paid out of the reduced captains' pay, 408.

Schools, Sir G. Carey to send list of grammar schools established under 11th of Queen Elizabeth, 590.

Scots, to be planted in Tyrone's country, 18.

, King of, proclaimed king at High Cross of Dublin, 95.

, unlawful incursions of, into Ulster, 178.

Scotland symbolised by a Lochaber axe, xi.

, union with, checks Irish rebellion, 545.

Scottishmen, statutes against in England and Ireland should be repealed, 238.

Scribblestown, 65.

Scurlocke, Walter, attorney, 432.

Sedgrove, Walter, 348, 349, 373.

, —, his house forcibly entered for search, 438.

Segerson, Joane and Raphe, 196.

Seixe, Sir Edward, priest in Ossory, 174.

Sellinger (also St. Leger), Sir Anthony, lviii.

"Seminaries," (seminary priests) to be banished the realm, 134.

, numerous at Kildare, 179.

Septs, the Irish, 465.

, —, the extent of, through bastards, 464.

, —, should be scattered and transplanted, 465.

Serjeants-at-Law, 434.

, Sir N. Walsh, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, should be made, 484.

, in order to wear like robes as Chief Justice of King's Bench and Chief Baron, 484.

Settlements, Final, see Athlone decrees.

Seymour, Mr., 100.

Sexton, Edward, 352.

Shaen, Sir James, the state papers and books of the settlement of Ireland, delivered to him, xxiii.

Shandon, castle of, 42.

, —, bombarded, 44, 48, 56.

Shane (also Shaen), Sir Francis, said to be son of Nicholas Shane, sometime smith of Ardrath, 313.

, —, his contest with Lord Delvin, 313.

, —, claims to be one of the Ferralls, 313.

, —, his reply to the case of the Delvins, 529–530.

, Thomas, 256.

Shannon, the, 469.

, ferry boats over the river to be set up at the Beth of Munster, 352.

Shawe, Thomas, pension of, 427.

Sheath (also Shea, Shee), Sir Richard, sovereign of Kilkenny, 39.

Shelburne, William, 3rd Earl of, collector of MSS., xlv.

, —, purchases the Cæsar Papers from Webb, xlvii.

Sheldone, George, 256.

Sheldon, George, pension of, 427.

Shelton, [ ], 212.

, John, 373.

Sheriffs, 235.

, appointed in all shires of Ulster except Tyrone, 161.

, captains and other martial men made sheriffs, and oppress the people, 235.

, appointed in Birnes' County, 416.

Sherlocke, [ ], in possession of the abbey of Cahirduneske, 176.

Sherlock, Andrew, 364.

, Christopher, 364.

, Thomas, 364.

, Walter, 34.

Shires, all the country, to be made shire ground, 134.

, five of the Pale, composition for cess in, 289, 293.

Shirlock, John, examination of, 4, 7–9.

Shortal, Robert Fitzjames, pardon for, with 96 others, 258.

Sickness, great, prevails in Dublin, 162.

Sidley, Ralph, 204, 256.

, Sir Ralph, 551, 552, 553, 584, 555, 556, 557, 558, 577, 578.

, —, recommended for good service, 260.

, —, renewed, 266, 281.

, —, pension of, 427.

Sidney, Sir Henry, 125.

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

, —, 480.

, —, his composition with the Galloglasses of Leix, 480.

, Sir John, 92, 201, 204, 256, 484, 485.

, John, Captain, his troop, 165.

, Sir J., his petition against Earl of Tyrone, concerning Dungiven and Mecoskan abbeys to be reheard, 485.

Siggerson, John, surrender and re-grant of his lands, 268–269.

Signet docquet books in 1679, list of, lxxilxxii.

Sinament, the Tuagh of, 118.

Sinnot, William, 378.

Sinnott, William, justice of the liberties of Wexford, 433.

Skalry, Richard, almsman, 130.

Skelton, John, 348, 349.

Skiddie's Castle, 43, 56, 121.

Skipworth, Anthony, 256.

, —, pension of, 247.

, Henry, 209.

, Captain Henry, 91, 209, 256, 490, 582.

Skynner, William, 167.

Slane, Lord, 69, 363.

Slelands, 555, 557.

Sligo, 582.

Slingsby, Captain, 1.

Slingsbyes, Sir Francis, 582.

Sloane MSS., history of, 1.

, catalogue of, by Ayseough, 1.

, few Irish papers in the Sloane MSS. proper, 1.

, other collections called "Additional," 1.

, only one collection valuable for James I., li.

, —, detailed account of, liii.

Sluice, William, transcriber, 430.

Slyactum, 90.

Smith, Captain, 582.

, Edward, pensioner, 433.

, Matthew, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

, William, pension of, 428.

, Lloyd P., librarian of public library, Philadelphia, puts the Philadelphia Papers in order, xc.

, Henry, 110.

, Thomas, 73, 74, 110, 251.

, Sir Thomas, grants of lands to, 295.

Smyth, Thomas, see Smith.

Snooke, Richard, 68, 69.

Soare, William, 255.

, —, commissary of musters, discharged, 395.

Soldiers, distresses of, 73, 485.

, not to be cessed on country, because oppressive to the people, 153.

, distresses of, through the standard of the currency in Ireland, 547.

, if not relieved by better pay, will become a laughing-stock, 577.

, new-grown hatred of mere Irish to, 580.

Soltcke, 90.

Somers' Tracts, xiii.

Somersetshire, 589.

Somerset, Henry, Duke of, 133.

Sotherne, Edward, declaration of, 62.

Southerne, Edmund, rector of Stacallan, 174.

Spain, 73, 74, 245.

, reports of breach with, 571.

, expedition from, in preparation, 6, 7, 9, 10, 22.

, preparations for expedition, 47.

, King of, articles between him and King James, 278.

, —, soldiers to be enlisted in Ireland for his service, 278.

, the multitude of Irish in England increased by those returning from France and Spain, 345.

, influx of Irish exiles, 385.

, —, kindly received in Spain, and pensions assigned, 386.

, alarming emigration of Irish to, 412.

, Irish exiles from, land to the number of 200 in Munster, 512.

, —, had received great kindness from the Archduke, 512.

, 200 Irish beggars landing in Munster praise the bounty of King of Spain. 512.

Spaniagh, Donnell, 255.

Spanio, Donel (also Donnio Spannio), see Kavanagh Donell.

Spaniards, 76.

Spanish ambassador, 124.

Spenser, Edmund, heir of, 116.

Spies maintained in Spain, 47.

, —, question of discontinuance of, 57.

, —, still kept in hand, 63.

St. Barbe, John, 253, 256.

, —, pension of, 424, 427.

St. John's, abbey of, at Athy, 113.

St. John, Nicholas, 109.

, Sir Oliver, cix, 90, 91, 373, 376, 488, 573.

, —, King's letter, lv.

, —, letters of, at Dropmore, cix.

, —, his troop, 169.

, —, warrant for, as Master of Ordnance, 404.

St. Lawrence, Sir Christopher, 90, 338, 339, 345, 346, 369, 458, 491, 495, 504.

, —, prays Lord Cranbourne's favour to his suit, 258.

, —, intends to seek service abroad, 339, 346, 348.

, —, a Protestant, and served valiantly, 346.

, —, can always raise the number of his troop on an emergency, 388.

, —, his troop to be increased, 456.

, —, desires to enter Spanish service, 519.

, —, Chichester has dissuaded him, but cannot do so longer, 519.

, Captain Reformado in Spain, 396.

St. Leger, Anthony, Sir, 11, 34, 36, 51–3, 68, 69, 165, 572.

, —, Master of Rolls, 283, 430.

, Sir Warham, 347.

, —, his widow, tenant to Earl of Essex, of a monastery in Kildare, co., 347.

St. Omey, 322.

St. Patrick's Church, Dublin, 196, 546.

, —, see of, at Dublin, 326, 328.

Stacke, Gerrott Roe, 5, 6.

Stafford, Sir Francis, 11, 14, 16, 30, 91, 95, 254, 425.

, —, professes devotion to Cecil, 61.

, —, pension, 130, 425.

, Nicholas, Bishop of Ferus, death of, 257.

, Sir Thomas, editor of the Pacata Hibernia, xlix.

, —, inherits the Carew Papers, xlix.

Standard new, of coin, 64.

, of coinage, equalization of, in England and Ireland, 546.

Standen, Sir Anthony, 16.

Standen, Anthony, pension to, 284.

Stanihurst James, 36, 363.

, —, great-great grandfather of Dr. Stearne, c., note.

, —, Richard, c.

, Mr., two daughters of, at Louvain, in a convent, 309.

, Thomas, Captain in Spanish service, 396.

Stanley, G., 365.

, Giles, pursuivant, 450.

, —, concordatum of 100l. for, 282.

, Sir William, 379.

Stapledon, Walter, Bishop of Exeter, Kalendar of, ix.

, —, division of its contents, x, xi.

, —, curious symbols of reference, used in, x. and fol.

Stapleton, Philip, priest, 380.

Star Chamber of Ireland, 348, 349, 350, 370, 371, 373, 449, 465, 474. See Castle Chamber.

, —, censure of, 391.

, —, censure and fine by, of Dublin recusant alder men for disobeying of mandates to attend divine service, 348, 349, 353, 373, 374.

, —, Limerick jurors bound over to answer in Star Chamber for not returning a verdict, 474.

— —, in England, printer fined in, for breach of Queen Elizabeth's mandate, 587.

— —, by printing reports temp. Richard II., for one Bellew, an Irishman, 587.

— —, where punishments by law are inadequate, Star Chamber may interfere, 588.

State Paper Office, history of, xix, and fol.

— —, Irish papers in, xx. and fol.

, —, Calendar of Documents regarding, xx.

State Papers, embezzlement of, xxxv.

— — relating to Ireland, ix., x.

— — general character of those in the State Paper Office, xxiv-v.

— — in Ireland, formerly regarded as the private property of the Lord Lieutenant or Deputy, xxvi. and fol.

— — Council Office, Dublin Castle, barren of materials for history of James I., lviii.

— —, its contents at the date of, 1680, lxix.

— — — most of the papers removed to Public Record Office, lviii.

— —, Irish, of James I. in Public Record Office, London, detailed enumeration of, xxix., xxx.

Staughton, Anthony, clerk, 433.

, John, grant of office of examiner of Munster to, 259.

Stearne, Dr. John, Bishop of Clogher, account, of, c.

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

Stephens, Nicholas, 353.

Stephenson, Nicholas, 353.

Stillorgan, 168.

Stopford Captain, reports on plan for Ussher's Library, xcviii.

Storey, Thomas, 556.

Strand, the, in London, Cecil's house there to be looked to, because of companies of robbers, 101.

Strangford river, 323.

Sturton (Stourton), Lord, likely to be cited to Council Chamber, 413.

Stratford, Anthony, pension of, 427.

Stringer, 589.

Stritch, 550.

Stronge Piers, 379.

Stronge, Sir Peter, priest in Ossory, 179.

Strowde, John, 381, 494.

, —, controller of Drogheda, 431.

Strowder, Robert, 116.

Strype, the historian, buys the Burghley Papers, xlv.

Subeo, alias Siriago, or Seriago, 4.

Suffolk, Lord, gives his father's (Lord Northampton) papers to Sir A. Cotton, xliv.

, Duchess of, 586.

Surveyor-General's office, lxxx.

— —, fire at, lxxxi.

Sutcliff, John, 120.

Sutton, Mr., 101.

, Gerrotte, pension of, 424.

, Katherine, 433.

, John, 364.

, Gerald, 364.

, William, 364.

Swallow, Paul, Surveyor of Meltings, 138.

Swift Jonathan, succeeds John Stearne as Dean of St Patrick's, ci.

Sword and cloth of estate demanded for the Deputy's and Council's greater honour, 480, 488.

Sydney, Sir John, Captain of Foot, 186.

, —, disturbs Tyrone's right of fishing 286.

Symson, Bartholomew, 364.

Synnott, William, granted reversion of lands of Donald O'Doran, 272.