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Index: E

Pages 624-626

Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1608-1610. Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1874.

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Earls, the fugitive, 80, 81. See also "Fugitive Earls."

"Earls, the," flight of, particulars of history, xxxiv.

, —, reported carefully by ambassadors abroad, ib.

, —, first announced by Sir Cormac M'Baron, ib.

, —, proclamation issued, xxxv.

, —, commissioners to govern their territory, ib.

, —, Irish commissioners, ib.

, —, opinion divided as to their destination on leaving Ireland, xxxvii.

, —, hopes of their return to Ireland, 2.

, —, expect to be joined by all the Irish, 3.

, —, their followers attend Dungannon assizes, 16.

Easterlings, 210.

, Dublin being left desolate of, by slaughter, 210.

, given to Bristol to inhabit, ib.

, eternal glory of Bristol to have inhabited Dublin, ib.

, this precedent to be followed at Derry by the Londoners, ib.

Easton, 498.

Ecclesiastical lands in the six counties, 403.

— proportions in Ulster plantation, 116.

Eccleston, Tristram, 230, 231.

Edgeworth, Mr., 367.

, Francis, 551.

Edinburgh, Tolbooth prison of, 477.

Edmond, Sir Laurence, see Esmond.

Edmonds, Thos., 350.

— Sir Thomas, reports of, on fugitives, xxxix, xl.

Edney, Capt., 368, 548.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, Walter, 511.

Education, foreign, proclamation recalling sons of noblemen in foreign seminaries, 371.

— of noblemen's sons abroad forbidden, 250.

, they are to be recalled, ib.

, also merchants' sons, 250, 251.

Edwards, Mr., 347.

Effingham, Lord, letters patent of, 528.

Ellagh, 37.

Elling, Capt. William, 509.

Ellinge, Capt., 81.

Elliott, Baron, 73, 75, 77, 339.

, Sir John, 233.

, John, 339.

Ellis, Capt., 368.

, Capt. Edmund, provost marshal of Lough Foyle, 507.

Elizabeth, Queen, statute of eleventh year, attainting Shane O'Neale, 16.

Ellough, castle of, 60.

Ellye, Charles, 549.

Ely O'Carroll, 372.

, Patrick Crosby offers to bring into the King's hands, evicting Sir W. O'Carroll, 372.

, strifes for, between the Earls of Ormond and the Lords of Ely O'Carroll, ib.

, Ormond claims it as within his liberty, 372.

, might be well planted now that the Moores are removed and dispersed, and the Connors suppressed, ib.

Emly, diocese of, commission of inquiry into state of, 186.

Enescorphy, see Enniscorthy.

Engineer-ministers of Ordnance, 507.

Engineer, Joice Everard, 507.

English costume worn by Maginnis, ix.

— born in Ireland to be excluded from administration, xx.

— troops brought over to Dublin, return of, 5.

, their trades and occupations, 6.

— language, how to be preserved neat in Ulster plantation, 358.

— —, how preserved to this day in the English Pale, ib.

— — in Wexford, ib.

— — in some parts of South Wales, ib.

, undertakers of, in counties, 180, 181, note 1.

— and Scotch planters, places of meeting for, 406.

Englishmen settled in Iveagh, xi.

Enishbofin, rebels, interrupted at, 35.

Enishloghlin Castle, constable of, Sir Fulk Conway, 509.

Enisholagan, 33.

Enishowen, see Inishowen.

, Chichester employs Francis Annesley and John Strowde, as his agents, to obtain for him the grant of the barony of Enishowen, 103.

, annuity of 40l. a year to Sir Cahir O'Dogherty's widow out of, 216.

, bestowed on Sir Arthur Chichester, 203.

— thanks the King for this gift of O'Dogherty's late country, ib.

, 103, 364, 367.

, called O'Dogherty's country, 580.

, grant of, to Chichester, ib.

Enniscorthy, 53.

Ennishkellin, see Enniskillen.

Enniskillen, the fittest place in Fermanagh for a corporation, 57.

, castle of, in charge of Capt. William Cole, 450.

— —, constable of, Capt. John Cole, 509.

Enose, Daniel, 512.

Entertainments, book of, 1608, 1609, 418.

— of the Deputy and other officers, 513.

Erenagh lands, estate of, jurors' report on, 280.

, bishops have the rents, but the property is in the Eneragh and their sept, 283.

, Sir Oliver St. John on, 303.

, found by juries to belong to the King, 389.

, and Termon lands, in the six counties, 403.

, granted as a free gift by the King to the bishops, 410.

, to be planted one-third with Britons and the rest with the natives of the sept, 419.

Erne, Lough, 29, 95.

, —, King's boats at, 95.

Escheat, commission of, in 1608, proceedings under, lxxix.

Escheated lands, account of, sent by Sir J. Ley, and Sir John Davys, 146.

, —, seems not to have been perused or not understood in England, ib.

— Chichester's suit for O'Dogherty's lands, approved, 146.

— in Ulster, see Ulster Plantation.

Escheator of Leinster, Thomas White, 495.

Escheatorship of Dublin and other counties, grant of, 515.

, —, to Thomas Read and Walter White, 583.

Esmond, Sir Laurence, 170, 379, 508, 531.

, —, constable of Duncannon fort, 12.

, —, examinations taken by, ib.

, —, helps to render the Wexford Irish of the new plantation to be compliant, 531.

Esop, allusion to fables of, 29.

Essex, Earl of, his attempted plantation of Antrim, xii.

, —, massacre at Rathlin by, li.

, —, letter of, to David Condon, 583.

, the late Earl of, his daughter said to be seduced by the young prince, 453.

, men brought over to Dublin, 4.

Establishment, draft of a new, sent over, 34.

, further particulars of, 40.

, of October 1608, 44.

, increase of, refused by Privy Council, 46.

, —, reason of discussed, ib.

, the, of Ireland, 579.

Estates, equalization of, aimed at by English policy, xxx.

, independent, created in the several septs, xxxii.

Eston, a pirate, 99.

Eustace, Christopher, 385.

, —, said to have overheard treasonable discourse of Sir G. Moore, 138.

, —, of Lescartane, said to have conspired against Sir G. Moore, 140.

, —, strictures of Lord Delvin on, 153.

, —, notoriously bad character of, 170.

, —, estimate of charges necessary for public service, 156.

, —, information by, 162.

, —, sent by Lord Howth, to borders of Meath, 163.

, —, takes Howth's letters from messenger to Mellifont, ib.

, —, overhears treason discussed of Sir G. Moore, ib.

, —, returns letters to messenger, ib.

, —, —, never told this to any one but Lord Howth, ib.

, —, never heard any other such discourse from Sir G. Moore, 164.

, —, interrogations ministered to Sir G. Moore on these points, 164, 166.

, —, called mad Eustace, 167.

, —, discovered as the person who overheard Sir G. Moore, 385.

, —, examined by Chichester, ib.

, —, sent to England, ib.

Evagh, see Iveagh.

Everard, Christopher, 45.

, Edmund, ib.

, —, letter to Nichs. Haly, 47

, Elizabeth, 49.

, James, 48.

, Richard, 45.

, —, letter to his mother, 49.

, Arthur, 548.

, John, engineer, 80.

, Joice, 229.

, —, engineer, 507.

Exchequer, new rules for, 119.

, Chief Baron of, his yearly fee, 339.

, Chief Remembrancer, Dudley Norton made, 383.

, issues of, for service of Ireland, 270.

, questions and answers regarding, 579.

Expenditure in Ireland, statement of, for 1608, 453.