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

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Fanadagh, Donell, a messenger of Sir Neale O'Donnell, 4.

Farmer, William, chirurgeon, his Chroniculary Discourses for 1612, 1613, 1614, and 1615, cvii.

— —, addressed to Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord Belfast, ib.

Farney, territory of, granted to Earl of Essex, lxxii.

Farnmanagh, see Fermanagh.

Farrel, Thady, pursuivant, 76, 226.

Farrell, —, 322.

Farrs, Anthony, 511.

Fathom, fort of, Shane O'Neile, near Newry, xi.

Faughan, 37.

Fawne, see Faughan.

Fawnett, precinct of, 405.

Fedom see Fathom.

Fees, payments of, 519.

, certain, to be abolished, 450.

Fenton, Sir Jeffry, 70, 87, 112, 114, 348.

, —, advises the pulling down of the houses of O'Neill and O'Donnell, liv.

, —, also a plantation of both countries, ib.

, —, reports on Cottingham's survey of the woods of Ireland, 21.

, —, Sir W. Parson's uncle, 114.

, —, he announces his death to Sir J. Davys, ib.

, —, and seeks to succeed him as commissioner of accounts, ib.

, —, to be succeeded by Sir W. Usher, 162.

, —, papers of, relating to public service, examined after his death, 528.

Fermanagh, included in government of Ballyshannon, xxiv.

, Termon and church lands in, xxx.

, a new county of Ulster, viii.

, description of, ix.

, captain of, ib.

, cannot be divided, as Connor Roe Maguire has a patent of it, 56.

, no town or civil habitation in, 57.

, people of, claim to have freeholds, 160.

, no English or Scottish undertakers in it, being promised to Connor Roe Maguire, 181.

, report of commissioners of plantations upon, 288.

, county of, 363, 369.

, —, Sir Oliver Lambert to undertake a proportion in, 363.

, —, easier settled in the plantation than Cavan, 499.

, —, natives contented, ib.

, —, all but Connor Roe Maguire, who, having been given one whole barony, claims another according to the King's promise in 1603, ib.

, —, surrendered by Coconnaght Maguire, 1 June, 27th Elizabeth, 574.

, —, re-granted to him by Sir John Perrot, ib.

, —, Coconnaght died, and was succeeded by his son Hugh, who adhered to Tyrone, and was slain in actual rebellion, ib.

, —, 20 Feb. 43rd Elizabeth, Fermanagh granted to Connor Roe, ib.

, —, an abstract of His Majesty's title to the lands in, ib.

, —, to the temporal lands in, 574.

, —, touching the ecclesiastical lands in, 575.

, —, Herenagh lands in, ib.

, —, abbey lands in, ib.

, —, 1st Jas. I., Coconnaght, brother of Hugh, was pardoned, and Connor was persuaded by Lord Deputy to surrender in order to provide for said Coconnaght, 574, 575.

, —, Coconnaght was to have Enniskillen Castle, and the baronies and lands on the south side of Lough Erne, 575.

, —, Connor Roe, the baronies and lands on the north side of Lough Erne, ib.

, —, Coconnaght never sued out any patent, became a traitor and a fugitive, and is since dead, outlawed, and attainted of high treason, ib.

Fermoy, Lord, David Roche, 325.

Ferns, castle of, repaired by Sir Rd. Masterson, 121.

, —, an ancient defence against the neighbouring Irish, ib.

, —, Lord Audley has got a grant of it by surprise, ib.

— Abbey, 121, 122.

Ferrinhamon, 121.

Fettyplace, Sir Edward, 367, 548.

, —, to be a servitor, 428.

Fews, the, a country in Armagh, x.

, peopled by the Neyles, who have the spoil of the Pale, ib.

, the, and Orier, and the Galloglass country, lxxii.

, granted to Chatterton, ib.

, Sir Tyrlagh M'Henry's (O'Neile) possessions in, 62.

, Chichester's march through, 293.

, barony of, area of, 402.

, precinct of, 405.

, country of, called Hugh M'Neal's country, 553.

, —, vested in the Crown by statute 11th of Elizabeth, for attainder of Shane O'Neal, ib.

, —, afterwards (13th of Elizabeth), Captain Thomas Chatterton, indents with the Queen for its conquest, and that of Orier and the Galloglasses' countries, ib.

, —, his failure, and death at the hands of the Irish, ib.

Ffayres, abbey of, grant of, to Edward Sexton, 148.

Field, Simon, pensioner, 338, 511.

Fine imposed on the counties of Tyrone and Armagh, for relieving traitors after O'Dogherty's revolt, 532, 538.

, Sir Toby Caulfeild's account of sums received for, ib.

Finglas, Mrs. Garret, 102.

, Mr. Christ., ib.

, Richard, 101.

First Fruits, office of, abuses in, 450.

Fish, John, 549.

Fisher, Sir Edward, 367.

, —, he and Sir Lawrence Esmond help to render the Wexford Irish compliant to the new plantation, 531.

, Henry, 508.

, Capt. William, 346.

Fishing of Bann and Lough Foyle, doubts to be resolved about, 423.

Fitton, Sir Edward, lxxvi.

, Kate, 110, 111.

Fitz-Edmund, Father Thomas, a fair-spoken friar, 463.

Fitzgerald, the Lady Bridget, a daughter of Earl of Kildare, lxv.

, —, is married to Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

, Edmund, knight of the Valley, 329, 330, 384, 388.

, —, father and grandfather of, attainted, 388.

, —, himself obstinate and ill-affected, ib.

, —, last in the province to submit, ib.

, Edward, 206.

, Sir Edward, 552.

, Garret, surrender and re-grant to, of castles of Ballemone and Kilmage, 443.

, the Lady Jane, 232.

, Jane, Ellen, and Elizabeth, 511.

, Sir James, surrender and re-grant of Ballysonan, 162.

, Sir James Fitz-Piers, 198.

, —, recommended as undertaker for a large proportion of escheated lands in Ulster, ib.

, John, 511.

, Morice Fitz Thomas, 239.

, Thomas Fitz Morish, Baron of Lixnaw, surrender and re-grant of Castle of Lixnaw, 432.

Fitzjames, Mr., an English catholic, visits Robert Webbe in prison, 52.

Fitzmaurice, James, rebellion of, 582.

Fitzpatrick, John, Lord Upper Ossory's son, suit of, for reversion of abbeys of Rathhassell and Jeripont, 262.

, William Birne, of Moyle, co. Carlow, 324.

FitzSymons, Adrian, 368, 510.

, Garret, 375.

Fitzwilliams, Sir Thomas, 255, 345, 346.

, —, wishes to compound for the 500l. forfeited by him and Lord Gormanston as security for O'Dogherty, 345.

, Sir William, M'Mahon executed in his government, 188.

, —, rebellion in his time, 454.

Flax, export of, 136.

Fleetwood, Thomas, 582.

Fleming, Captain, 367.

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

, —, his fee-farm grant in barony of Clanchy, county of Cavan, 576.

, Sanders, 483.

, Thomas, 511.

Fleminge, Capt. Gerrett [Gerald], to have a grant of land in Cavan, 56.

Flemington, surrender of, to be accepted, 518.

Flemish Jesuits come to England, 269.

Fletcher, office of, now obsolete, 451.

Florence, Duke of, wrongs done by, 278.

Florida, new colony of, 87.

Florio, Mr., 255, 345, 346.

, —, the King bestows on him the 500l. forfeited by Sir T. Fitzwilliams and Viscount Gormanston as O'Dogherty's securities, 345.

Flowerdue, Thomas, 548.

Flushing, port of, 279.

, the Grahams delivered at, to serve the King in the Low Countries, xcvii.

Folliott, Sir Henry, 77, 97, 230, 346, 363, 366, 507, 509, 510, 547.

, —, to be an undertaker, 423, 428.

, —, governor of Ballyshannon, xxiv.

, —, castle of Lougheske surrendered to, xlix.

, —, invests Torry island, li.

, —, dispatch to Chichester, lii, liii.

, —, placed to keep watch over rebels at Torry island, 27.

, —, number of his troop, 32.

, —, —, foot, 33.

, —, letter, copy of, 34.

, —, depositions taken by, 45.

, —, buys Asheroe Abbey from Mr. Auditor Gofton, 573.

Foorth, Ambrose, Master in Chancery, 338. See Forth.

Fortescue, Capt., 367.

, Capt. Faithful, 508.

Forth, Dr., gives a note for trial of pirates, 424. See Foorth.

Fortifications, building and repairs of, 156.

, suggestions concerning, ib.

, overseer of, Sir Josias Bodley, 507.

Forts, new works for, at various places, 40.

, to be victualled in advance, 144.

, in Ireland, weak and unfinished, 400.

, the lands of, not to be granted in lease or fee-farm, 408.
-, peculation of under ministers of, ib.

, to be repaired throughout the kingdom, 269.

, names of, 270.

Foster, John, of Ballydowd, co. Dublin, 325.

, Mr. Serjeant, 93.

Fosterage, custom and influence of, xlix.

Fox, Hubert, pensioner, 338.

, Patrick, clerk of Council, 53, 107, 362, 365, 479.

, —, to be requited for long service, 422.

, Richard, 488.

Fowerson, W., 488.

Foyle, Lough, 95.

, King's boats at, ib.

Francton, John, State printer, 74, 75, 79, 213.

Frayne, the, co. Meath, 324.

Freckleton, Sir Ferdinando, 367.

Freeholders to be made in the settlement of the escheated lands, 56.

Freeholds claimed by the native Irish, 160.

Freeman, Master, 360.

, —, commissioner of plantation of Londonderry, 136.

French and Spaniards, war between, 379.

, —, Captain Tobin's services with the French, ib.

French King, the murder of, the news expected to breed trouble in Ireland, 453.

Friars, reported influx of, from Rome, 461.

Frith, John, 511.

Froude, Mr., account of massacre at Rathlin, li.

Fues. See Fews.

Fugitive Earls, account of their flight and travels abroad, xxxiv, and foll.

, names of the principal companions of their flight, xxxix.

, treachery of their followers, xl, xli.

, their flight suspends James I.'s intended policy in Ulster, liv.

, indictment of, for treason resolved on, lviii.

, their embarkation, lx.

, copy of the indictment, lxii.

, —, sent by Sir J. Davys to Salisbury, ib.

, —, the three points of treason in, ib.

, Sir John Davys's surprise at Tyrone's flight, lxvii.

, probable cause of, ib.

, land, survey of, desired by Chichester, 9.

, expected return of, 11.

, earnestly desired by the ill-affected, 12.

, fees for indictment of, 76.

, Sir Chas. Cornwallis depreciates them to the King of Spain, 83.

, calls them ragged rebels, ib.

, ought to have been long since treated as the Kings of Spain treated the Moors, ib.

, have received cold comfort from King of Spain, ib.

, lands, plantation of, meetings regarding, attended by the King, 128.

, their speedy return promised by the priests, 217.

Fullerton, Sir James, 112, 117, 202, 222, 334, 347, 366, 505, 506, 508.

, —, to submit draft of an establishment, 34.

, —, vindicated by Chichester, ib.

, —, has reported on the musters in Ireland, 152.

, —, to be succeeded by James Carroll, 162.

, —, his pension, 168.

, —, commissioner for Ulster plantation, 171.

, —, obtains a grant in 1st James I. of Kilmacreenan Abbey, 573.

, —, sells to Sir Ralph Bingley, ib.

, —, who sells to Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

Furres, Antony, 480.

Fygot, in co. of Donegal, 468.