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Index: U

Pages 655-656

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

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Udale, William, 32.

Ulster Plantation, Book of, lx.

— —, papers regarding, lvi.

Ulster, 111, 463, 470, 569, 575.

, tranquilised by Mountjoy, 24.

, assizes in, 322.

, great wastes and desolation in, 322.

, churches few and ruinous in, 322.

, undertakers in, 305.

, a wilderness, 464.

, no towns except on east coast, 464.

, inhabitants have no cottages or fixed habitations, 464.

, inferior to Munster, 464.

, shired within a few years past by Sir John Perrott, 464.

, no assizes there till beginning of James I.'s reign, 464.

, Chichester suggests a president and council for Ulster, 482.

, freeholders must be planted in, 491.

, O'Neil, King of, 231.

Undertakers in Munster, 71, 472.

, —, have neglected to plant English, 472.

, —, have taken the sons and kinsmen of the attainted as tenants, 472.

— —, regulations concerning, 260.

— of Ulster, dissatisfaction with the nonfulfilment of their engagements, 305.

Uniformity, Act of, 2nd Elizabeth for, 337, 343, 353.

Union of Great Britain, 229.

— of Ireland with England, 238.

— —, suggested, 238.

University, new, Dublin, projected in 1649 trustees of, xcvii.

Unnecessary offices to be abolished, 188.

Upper Ossory, Lord of, recommends Charles Duinne (Dunne) to Cecil, 165.

Uriaghts, Tyrone sought to revive them, 410.

Urlan, 459.

Urwen, Rosamond, 556.

, George, 557.

Ussher, Archbishop, collections of MSS., xcv.

, —, library of, xcv.

, —, —, its danger during the siege of Drogheda, 1641, xcv.

, —, —, safely removed to England, xcv.

, —, —, sequestered by Parliament, xcvi.

, —, —, sold, and purchased for Ussher by Selden, xcvi.

, —, —, bequeathed to Ussher's daughter, xcvi.

, —, —, bought by the Protestant Irish army, xcvi.

, —, —, detained by Cromwell's order, xcvii.

, —, —, building ordered to be prepared for, xcviii.

, —, —, pillaged, xcviii.

, —, —, presented to Trinity College by Charles II., xcix.

, —, —, general account of Ussher's MSS., xcix.

, William, Clerk of Council, lxx.

, —, his table of the contents of Council book, lxx-lxxi.

, —, similar table in Carte MSS., lxxi.

Usher, Sir William, 458.

, —, clerk of Council, 431.

, —, constable of Wicklow Castle, 432.

, —, his suit for a fee-farm of his lands, supported by Chichester, 443.

, —, lends money for the army, 534.

Uvedale, Sir William, grant to, of fines, on "ploughing by the tail," lvii.