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Index: T

Pages 651-655

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

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T.

Taaffe, Edward, 365.

, John, 365.

, Richard, pension of, 428.

, Capt. William, 84, 90.

, —, to have lands of 40l. per annum value, 84.

, —, 364.

, Sir William, 576.

, —, constable of castle of Atherdie (Ardee), 432.

Taffy, Sir William (see Taaffe), 576.

Tailor, John, 68.

Talbot, Robert, 363.

, Richard, 363.

, Christopher, pensioner in Spain, 397.

, Robert, soldier, 432.

Tanistry, 232, 507, 508.

, those holding by, to surrender and have regrant in fee, 325.

Taveragh, parsonage of, 197.

Taylor, Jeffry, 364.

, Thomas, provost marshal, in Sligo, 282.

, Walter, 309.

Tedder, Thomas, vicar of Galtrim, 173.

Templer, Thomas, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

Tenancy at will changed in conditions since the feudal times, 160.

Tent, Robert, 110.

Termon lands, 559.

Termon, of Mucknoe, 559.

Terry, William (or Thyry), 483.

, —, theological theses of, 483.

Testament, the New, 467.

, —, not yet done into Irish, 469.

Thieves, numerous, in the Pale and neighbouring shires, 408.

, provost marshals sent to rout them out, 408.

Thomas, Herbert, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

, John, 250.

Thomastown, rectory of, 195.

, Mountjoy, at, 39.

, —, sedition at, 39.

Thomond, 469.

, assizes for, 469.

, county of, 114.

Thomond, Earl of, 65, 79, 88, 91, 114, 250, 433, 470, 493, 495.

, Lord, 433, 571, 573.

, Donagh, Earl of, pension, 130, 425.

, —, his troop, 165.

, —, surrender of his lands, Galbally, Atherloe, and Dungroff, 167.

, —, claims entertainment, though reduced by the new establishment, 291.

, —, payment of his debt ordered, 412.

, —, complains of violence and arbitrary language and conduct of the Lord President of Munster, 444.

, —, referred to council, 540.

, —, asks to be named chief of the commission of assizes for Thomond next year, 540.

, —, his quarrel with Sir H. Brounker, 471.

, —, Fenton praises his loyalty, 65.

, —, governs his house by English customs, 65.

, —, is more English than Irish, 65.

, —, promoter of English customs in his country, 65.

, to be admitted to the Privy Council in Ireland, 88.

, —, his good housekeeping, 470.

Thornborough, John, Bishop of Limerick, translated to Bristol, 57.

Thornton, Sir George, 1, 43, 55, 104, 105, 116, 121.

, —, commissioner for Munster, 1.

, —, proceedings at Cork, 23, 35, 50–3.

, —, is disappointed of a grant of Piers Lacy's forfeited lands in Munster, Sir G. Carey having already passed them to Mr. Fullerton, 105.

, —, disappointed of a grant of these lands, prays for others of equal value, 116.

, —, ordered that he shall have other lands, 155.

Throckmorton, Sir Nicholas, xxxi.

, Papers, history of, xxxi. and fol.

, —, presented to the Public Record Office, xxxiii.

Thurles, Friary of, 211.

Thyry (or Terry), William, 483.

, —, theological theses of, 483.

Till, Henry, pension of, 428.

Tipperary, liberty of, 475.

, assizes for the county of, 474.

, for the Cross of, 474.

, Cross of, priests who serve in, get only oatmeal and bacon, 162.

Tirbroine, land of John Fitz Nicholas, 269.

Tirrell, Captain Richard, 92, 200.

, —, pardon of, to be considered, 12.

, —, binds himself to allegiance, 25.

, Richard, troop of, 286.

Toaghe of land, contents of, 321.

Tokefielde, Mr. 551.

Toleration, not to be granted to Popery, 60.

, of religion, expectation of, 66.

, —, hope of, encouraged by lawyers and king's officers, 66.

, Deputy and Council do not yet know the King's resolves, 66.

, agents employed into England to solicit toleration, 66.

, petition of the Pale for, 362.

, proclamation of the King against, 301–303.

, moderation of Privy Council of England, 389.

, rebuke to Chichester, 389.

, 461.

, Irish to be disabused of the false reports spread of His Majesty's intentions to grant, 461.

Tomlinson, Thomas, 378.

Tomson, Roger, 256.

Tooles, the, 323.

Toom, 194, 195, 323, 510.

, ward at, to be increased, 194.

Toome (also Tome), castle of, stands in need of strong garrison, 141.

, to be made a ward, 436, 437.

Tories, Leinster, to be tried by Sir Jerome Alexander, cv, cvi.

Tothill, printer, 587.

Tourannie, 318.

Towns, principal, of Ireland, 125.

, —, taxation of, according to their several abilities, 125.

, corporate, their new charters should be more limited, 67.

, Jesuits, friars, &c. in, 66.

, citadels suggested to be built in, 230.

, elect their magistrates and officers as in England, 233.

Townsend, Sir John, lands at Dublin, 37,

Traghie, William, priest, 380.

Tramontana, see Tremontaine.

Tramontane (ship), withdrawal of, opens the field to pirates, 295.

Transplantation of English to Normandy and Normans to England, 232.

, of the Grahams, 557, 558.

, —, agreement of Sir Ralph Sidley to give them farms in Roscommon, 551.

"Transplanted Interest," records of, lxxvi.

Travers, Gilbert, summoner, 430.

, Walter, 363.

Traves, Alexander, pension of, 427.

Treasure sent from England for public service insufficient, 276, 278.

, —, injuries resulting from this insufficiency, 294.

, deficiency of, 574.

Treasury, suggestions for a reconstruction of its management in Ireland, 412.

Tregle (also Trygle), coiner, 9, 10.

Tremontaine (also Tremontana), ship, 37, 50, 133.

, commission for, 166.

"Tremontane," the, ship, 77.

Trenchard, Sir William, 116.

Trencher, Philip, 110.

Trevilyan, George, to be constable of Masserene, 437.

Trevor, Edward, 253.

, —, to be discharged, 394.

, —, pension of, 427.

, Hugh, pension of, 427.

, Captain Henry, 92.

, Sir Richard, 90, 196, 201, 454.

, —, troop of, 185, 186.

Trevors, Sir Richard, 435.

, —, his services at the Newry commended by Chichester at his leaving, 540.

Trim, 125, 195.

Trimleston, Lord, 363, 366.

Trinity College, Dublin, 106, 242.

, —, Irish state papers of James I. in, xciv-cvii.

, —, original state papers in, not numerous, xciv.

, —, Mr. James Hamilton and Mr. Fullerton, formerly students there, 106.

, —, confirmation of privileges, &c., of, 191.

, —, the king's wards should be brought up in, 242.

, —, Chichester urges that the children of chief persons, being recusants, be brought up at, 490.

Trough, the, 504.

Tuite, Thos., pensioner in Spain, 397.

Tullaghphelim, friary of, 211.

Tulleophelim, Theobald, Viscount of, 72.

, petition for pardon for alienation and for livery of lands, 517.

Tully, Matthew, sent by Tirconnell to Cecil, 192.

, Theobald, Lord Butler, commission as Governor of Catherlough to be renewed, 263.

(Tulleophelim), Theobald, Viscount, made Governor of Catherlough, 296.

, —, grant to, of, or rectories, &c. in Tipperary, Kilkenny, &c., belonging to certain religious, 390.

Tullyleshy, alias Tulleliagh, church of, 450.

Tupper, Patrick, 364.

Turberville [ ], 379.

Turner, William, 353.

, —, his suit against Michael Hamlyn, 418.

Tymen, Thomas, 555.

Tyrawley barony, 531.

Tyrconnell, Earl of, difference between him and Sir H. Folliott, 564.

, —, settled by Chichester on the land, 564.

, —, matched with a grandchild of the Lord Admiral's, 565.

, Countess of, 571.

, country of, 215, 495, 561, 567.

, inhabitants of, 75.

, sheriff of, 567.

, Earl of, 80, 248, 324–327, 481, 548, 569, 571.

, —, complains to Cecil of injuries done to him, 192.

, —, King confirms his title and honours, 268.

, —, created Governor of county of Donegal, 268.

, —, demands made by him, with the answer of the Deputy and Council, 296–298.

, —, disputes with Niel Garve, 305.

, —, surrender of his lands to be taken with re-grant, on conditions, 304.

, —, dispute with Neil Garve heard by the Commissioners, 319.

, —, the Liffer reserved from both, 320.

, —, commission of lieutenancy despatched, 296.

, —, no re-grant of his lands can be made without the King's warrant, 296.

, Rory, Earl of, seeks to engage a ship for Spain, 541.

Tyrone, county of, 246.

, —, divided into eight baronies, 318.

, Earl of, 8, 12, 73, 75, 76, 80, 81, 95, 194, 215, 217, 225, 229, 237, 245, 321, 322, 330, 340, 384, 451, 453, 454, 481, 484, 503, 548, 561, 565, 568, 570.

, —, an Ulster friar his chaplain, 8.

, —, to be pardoned, 12.

, —, Carey honours and loves Tyrone, being now a good subject, but fears to discontent the servitors if he gave him 600l. which was ordered, 75.

, —, Cecil always delays to give Tyrone a bill of exchange (as ordered) for 600l., 75.

, —, submission of, 13.

, —, delivered on his knees, 13, 14, 21.

, —, his son falsely reported as proclaiming himself O'Neale, 24.

, —, Lord Lieutenant is to bring him to England, 57.

, —, meets Lord Mountgarrett and others in Carlow, 159.

, —, goes to Drogheda, 159, 160.

, —, seeks a quarrel with Tirlogh O'Neale, 160.

, —, seeks to make his tenants villeins, 160.

, —, complains of encroachments and impoverishment, 264.

, —, disturbed in his rights of fishery, 286.

, —, and deprived of his demesne lands, 287.

, —, disputes with English settlers, 300.

, —, settlement of his disputes with Henry Oge O'Neale, 318.

, —, designs to make his younger sons freeholders of Armagh, 319.

, —, information obtained from his countess against him, 408–10.

, —, her disclosures against him, 409.

, —, good understanding with all the northern lords, 409.

, —, no connexion with the English traitors and papists, 409.

, —, seeks to recover his ancient rights, 410.

, —, would use the English officers and soldiers honourably, 410.

, —, reported that his son Henry is in Spain, and to land with 4,000 troops, 442.

, —, is a creditor of the government for 266l. 14s. 4d., moneys lent, 534.

, —, information of John Byrde as to Father Archer's communication with the Earl of Tyrone, 80.

, —, had he been hanged for strangling his cousin, his rebellion had been prevented, 81.

, —, to be restored to 240 acres at the Blackwater, in recompense of 600 acres reserved to forts Charlemont and Mountjoy, 86.

, —, to be restored, with Cormac MacBaron, his brother, to his blood, 86.

, —, divers of the better sort in Ulster refuse to receive the commission of the peace without Tyrone's assent, 111.

, —, complains of inquisitions impannelled secretly by persons seeking his lands, 194.

, —, no place so void of thieves as Tyrone's country, 215.

, —, Tyrone's son coming to the Low Countries from Spain, with a regiment, 217.

, English ambassador to Spain to treat for delivery of Tyrone's son, 217.

, —, proofs that he was generally welcomed in Munster in February 1600, 225.

, —, complains of juries secretly impanelled to try his title to his lands, 503.

, —, Bishops of Derry and Clogher claim lands where their predecessors had only a chief rent, 503.

, —, his letter to the King, 549.

, —, the Bishop of Derry claims some of his lands as spiritual lands, 549.

, —, to be assured that the King does not intend to appoint a president of Ulster, 549.

, —, makes pretence of his desire to withdraw his son from the Archduke's service, 565.

, —, commands many Irish there, 565.

, —, hopes of the Irish from his second son serving the Archduke with a regiment of Irishmen, 571, 579.

, —, has sent to recall his second son out of Spain, but he delays to return, 245.

, —, his fears that the State may be offended at his second son's refusal to return from Spain, 245.

, —, 451, 453, 454, 481, 484.

, —, complains that he will be ruined by encroachments, 359.

, —, rejoices at the King's escape from the gunpowder treason, 359.

, countess of, 566.

, —, dissatisfied with her husband, 406.

, —, advantage taken of this to induce her to give information, 409.

, —, intrigues of Sir Tobias Caulfield for the purpose, 408–410.

, —, complains of her husband's drunkenness, 409.

, —, would gladly leave him, 409.

, —, would not tell anything against him to endanger his life, but being pressed, gives full particulars, 409.

, —, information of his sending messengers to Pope and King of Spain, 453.

, —, Chichester thinks he ever will be a discontented man, 451.

Tyrone and Tyrconnell, Earls of, 237.

Tyrrell, Captain, 565, 568.

, James, 364.

, Richard, 504.

, Sir Richard, 253.

, Richard, captain, certificate of his debt, 391.

, —, troop to be discharged, 394.