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Pages 632-636

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

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Hadsor, Richard, regards the plantation as a consequence of the flight of the Earls, liv.

, Sir Richard, undertaker in Armagh, 180.

Hagan, Henry, his goods forfeited, as having fled with Tyrone, 537.

, —, his wife and children, 543.

, —, Sir Toby Caulfeild renders account of, ib. See O'Hagan.

Hagans, the, placed by O'Neile in O'Neylan, x.

, attend sessions at Dungannon, 16.

Haghe, see Hague.

Hague, the, treaty of, 25.

Hairt, Sir William, Justice Depute, 477.

Haleboling fort, gunners at, 374, 507.

, constable of, Sir Francis Slingsby, 508.

, King's boat at, 228. See Hawlbowline.

Hales, Sir Charles, xcix.

Haly, Nicholas, 47.

Hamden, William, 510.

Hamilton, James, 92, 199, 200, 353.

, —, his dispute about fishing of the Bann with Sir R. M'Donnell, 21.

, —, his claims on fishery of the Bann, 92.

, —, tenant of several priory and abbey lands in Down and Antrim, 448.

, —, the Earl of Tyrconnell grants him a moiety of the fishing of Lough Foyle, but not to extend two miles above Lifford, 571.

, Sir James, new grants to, of his lands, 168.

, —, 476.

, Mr. John, 366.

, Joshua, civ.

, Mary, otherwise Dawson, ib.

, —, daughter of Joshua Dawson, clerk of the papers, ib.

Hamlin, Andrew, Mayor of Drogheda, declaration of, in case of Lord Howth and Sir G. Moore, 140.

, Michael, agent of Dublin corporation, urges the suit, 132.

, Patrick, 90, 91.

Handes, Mr. William, 368.

Hanlon, Patrick, pensioner, 338.

Hanmer, Robert, born at Radford, examination of, 23.

, —, went to Spain, ib.

, —, became servant of Don Pedro de Lyra, ib.

, —, brought to a hospital at Madrid, 24.

Hansard, Sir Richard, command of, in Lough Foyle, xxiii.

, —, 10, 97, 366, 510, 544, 547.

, —, returns from Dublin, 20.

, —, plot to entrap him in ambuscade, ib.

, —, number of his men, 33.

, —, copy of his letter, 37.

, —, his proceedings against the rebels, ib.

, —, Sir Neale O'Donnell's plot against, 39.

, —, servitor, to be undertaker, 428.

Hanser, see Hansard.

Happell, John, 325.

Harbert, Sir Edward, 367, 509. See Herbert.

, Jasper, 508.

Harding, Richard, 203.

Harmon, Sir William, a principal undertaker in Lifford, with his consorts, their names and abilities, 549.

Harold's Grange, freedom of, 263.

Harpole, Sir William, his lease of Catherlogh, 396.

, —, constable of Carlow, Lord Thomond demands his removal on proof of misbehaviour, 400.

, —, his alleged treasons and misdemeanours, 401.

Harpoole, George, his grant of Monk's Grange in the Queen's County, lxxiii.

, —, shows the conditions of that plantation, ib.

Harrington, Sir Henry, 88, 205, 366.

, Sir James, undertaker in Tyrone, 180.

Harris, a pirate at Tunis, 279.

Harrison, N., 488.

, Peter, 551.

, Captain, 368, 548.

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

, Capt. Samuel, 511.

, William, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

, —, 360.

Harristown, surrender of, and re-grant to Sir C. Plunkett, 518.

Harle, Richard, 548.

Harrydon, Harridon, town of, 50.

Harrys, Joseph, a servant, 282.

Hart, Captain, M'Allen goes to him, 38.

, —, 330, 368, 548.

Harvie, Sir Gerrard, 323.

Hasset, see Blennerhasset.

Hassett, Mr., his precedence as Baron of Exchequer disputed, 293.

, Baron, application of, for leave to return to England, 389.

Hatton, Edward, 376.

, Sir Christopher, lxxvi.

Haugans, see O'Hagans.

Hawe, Henry, 511.

Hawks, 478, 480.

, Ormond regrets he has none to send this year to Salisbury, 478.

, Irish, Chichester's soar hawks are rotten, 480.

, cast of, offered to Salisbury by Sir A. Boyle, 41.

, of Fermanagh, 115.

Hawlbowline, fortifications at, 40.

Hay, Sir Alexander, 483.

"Headman," Indian, resembles the collector of Tyrone's rent system, xxviii.

Head money, charge of, 335.

"Heads," cutting off of, xxx.

Hemp, export of, 136.

Hennesy, David, 47.

, William, ib.

Henry VI., great lords in reign of, xxx.

Henshaw, Captain, 552.

Herbert, Sir Edw., bills to, 19.

, —, number of his troop, 33.

, —, request to be made governor of co. Cavan, 548.

, —, sheriff of Cavan, 549.

, Sir John, commissioner of plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Herenaghes' lands, found to be vested in the Crown, 16.

Herenagh lands, plantation of, 171.

Herenagh, 577. See Erenagh.

— or Termon lands, in county of Tyrone, 561. See Erenagh.

, in county of Coleraine, 564.

, their nature, ib.

, whether they belong to the King or Bishop of Derry, ib.

, if they were fee-farmers who held them, then they are the King's, 565.

, if tenants at will to the Bishop, then they are the Bishop's, ib.

, in the island of Derry, 566.

, held time out of mind by the two septs of Laghine, and O'Derry, ib.

, but their estates destroyed by the Earl of Tyrconnell's surrender and regrant, 1 Jas. I., 567.

, all the Herenagh lands in the whole county of Tyrconnell, afterwards called county of Donegal, destroyed in like manner, 570.

Heron, Baron, deceased, Saxey sues for place of, 263.

Herries, Robert, 483.

Hetherington, George, transplanted to Roscommon with the Græmes, ci.

, Wm., pensioner, 337.

, —, 511.

Hewett, Charles, 367.

Hibbots, Thos., 78, 510.

, Mr., 367.

"Hibernia Anglicana," Sir Richard Cox's, cviii.

Hide, Mr., lxxvi.

Hides, "corbett" of, 133.

, export of, 136, 155.

, —, from Dublin, 197.

, return of tanned and salted, 197.

, raw, export of, the greatest trade in Ireland, 351.

Higges, William, 73, 74, 77, 229, 231.

Hill, John, bill to, 19.

, Moyses, 367, 512.

Hison, Francis, 508.

Hobart, Henry, 116.

Hobert, Sir Henry, a principal undertaker in Fermanagh, and his 15 consorts, their names and abilities, 548.

Hodgson, James, 488.

Hodson, James, 360.

Holland, William, 512.

Hollanders, the, 209.

, colony of, proposed for Lough Erne, 288.

Hollewood, priory of, 448.

Holmes, Sir Henry, a principal undertaker in Cavan, with the names of his consorts, their means and abilities, 550.

Honing, Henry, 548.

Hope, Captain, 367, 547.

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

, Thomas, of Mullingar, 325.

Hopp, see Hope.

Hopper, Richard, has reversion of office of chief remembrancer, 175.

Hore, Mrs. Alison, 102.

, Philip, ib.

, Mrs. Mall, ib.

Hore Abbey, lease of, to Robt. Nangle of Ballisax, 216.

Horesh, John, 341.

Horsemen, Tyrone's, 533.

Horses, Irish, Ormond sends Salisbury two, Irish nags, 479.

Hotghton, James, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Hovenden, Henry, see Ovington.

, —, (and others that fled with Tyrone), account of their goods by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 528.

, —, his wife, 543.

Howard, xcvi.

, Nich., bill to, 19.

, —, 367, 550.

Howth, Lord, 79, 91, 97, 107, 108, 109, 113, 200, 321, 322, 323, 326, 327, 328, 330, 344, 345, 366, 374, 376, 377, 380, 381, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387, 391, 392, 394, 510, 529.

, —, prefers articles against Sir Garrett Moore, 24.

, —, proceedings in the case, ib.

, —, his examination, 25.

, —, called before the Council, ib.

, —, number of his men, 33.

, —, his information to Chichester, lxv.

, —, his questionable conduct and character, lxvi, lxx.

, —, Chichester's distrust of, ib.

, —, the Council's distrust, ib.

, —, his unworthy charges against Sir Garrett Moore and the Chancellor, ib.

, —, lays an anonymous paper at door of Council Chamber, lxvii.

, —, charging that there was a plot for a general insurrection, ib.

— —, Chichester's collections out of his discourses, ib.

, —, his information, lxix.

, —, involves many guiltless, ib.

, —, is well paid for his services, lxx, lxxi.

, —, privy to conspiracy, 2.

, —, musters delivered to, 4.

, —, illness of, 41.

, —, his account of his quarrel with Sir Garrett Moore and the Chancellor, 41.

, —, delay of suit complained of, 48.

, —, both parties to be sent to England if they persist, ib.

, —, his complaint against Sir G.

Moore, proceedings regarding, 137.

, —, accuses Lord Delvin, 141.

, —, charges against Sir G. Moore, thought to be "more of malice than good matter," 146.

, —, suggestion that the case, when opened by the King, be remitted to Ireland, ib.

, —, Howth is certainly the publisher of his own discourse, 147.

, —, calumnies against the Chancellor, 151.

, —, Sir G. Moore's answer to, 169171.

, —, recommended by the King to Chichester, 191.

, —, Archbishop Jones (Chancellor) to Salisbury, about Howth's charges against him, 91, 107.

, —, Howth's charges and the Archbishop's answers, 108.

, —, charges the Archbishop with spreading a report that Lord Howth visited a lady (Miss Kate Fitton) in Meath, intending to seduce her, 108, 109.

, —, prepares to prosecute Sir Garrett Moore for treason before the King in Council, 113.

, —, the King declares that he did not compromise Lord Delvin's safety in the disclosure of the conspiracy, 191.

, —, Delvin ordered to dismiss all unkindly feeling, ib.

, —, Sir G. Moore ordered to be reconciled to him, x.

, —, he and Delvin not to be reconciled, 254.

, —, nor is it to be wished, ib.

, —, represents to the King the unfavourable impression produced by His Majesty's letter in his favour, 274.

, —, asks a fresh order to repress his maligners, 275.

, —, complains of Sir G. Moore's conduct, ib.

, —, complains of Sir G. Moore's son's violence towards Mr. Dyllon, son of the Chief Justice, 320.

, —, despairs of a fair trial in Ireland, where Sir G. Moore is strongly backed with friends, and prays Salisbury to set down some course for ascertaining the truth, 321.

, —, accuses Sir Roger Jones, son of the Chancellor, of calling him coward, ib.

, —, Jones is married to a daughter of Sir Garrett Moore, ib.

, —, Sir Garrett is the root of this malice, ib.

, —, assaulted him at tennis, ib.

, —, while one of Jones's friends clasped him, Jones thrust at him, ib.

, —, in this broil a kinsman of Howth's was slain, ib.

, —, Chichester's account of this broil, 322, 323.

, —, Deputy and Council's account of this broil, 327.

, —, is committed for the death of Simon Barnewall, 328.

, —, Archbishop Jones's letter to the King, vindicating himself from his calumnies, 330.

, —, Chichester says he has ever mixed truth and falsehood, and prays he may never have anything more to do with him, 345.

, —, notes out of his letter to the King, wherein he is to explain himself, 374.

, —, what great men have reported him a dangerous man ?, ib.

, —, what smaller men have threatened to hunt him out of the kingdom ?, ib.

, —, who have called him coward ?, ib.

, —, says that the Deputy would not look at him, and refused to have his company to Ulster, ib.

, —, observations out of his letters to the Lords, ib.

, —, Lord Howth's answers, 376.

, —, by "great men" means the Lord Chancellor, ib.

, —, and Sir Garrett Moore, 377.

, —, examination of, before Deputy and Council, touching the above, 380.

, —, complains of Chichester's partiality, 384.

, —, charges him with disrespect, 385.

, —, complains of not being taken to the North by him, ib.

, —, of his protecting the Carrolans, ib.

— —, his object was to cess his company on the country, ib.

, —, called a "babbler" by Chichester, 386.

, —, audacity of, in incensing the King against his faithful servants, 387.

, —, charges against Archbishop of Dublin, ib.

, —, seeks to have Sir G. Moore killed, ib.

, —, cited before the Council, 391.

, —, refused at first to produce his witnesses, ib.

, —, charges Council with being hostile, ib.

, —, his witnesses examined, ib.

, —, withdraws "in a displeased fashion," ib.

, —, Lord Delvin says he urged him to conceal his name as party to the plot, 392.

, —, the most arrant traitor living, ib.

, —, urges Lady Delvin to dissuade her son from submitting, ib.

, —, his object is to get leave to live in England, ib.

, —, his own report to the King of the proceedings before the Council, 394.

, —, his conduct condemned by the Privy Council of England, 427.

, —, not to repair to England, ib.

Hoy, John, 226, 367.

, —, pursuivant, 76.

Hubarte, Henry, see Hobart, Henry.

Hubbert, Derrick, his proposition for salt, 424.

Hudbank, Rich., pensioner, 337.

Hudson, John, Discourses on Ireland by, xx.

, —, requires President of Ulster to be a great English noble, xx, xxi.

, —, Tyrone and Tyrconnell to be kept in check, xvi.

Huggins, Antony, 511.

, Anthony, pensioner, 338.

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

Huggon, Capt. Anthony, 220. See Huggins.

Hugon, Capt. Anthony, 548. See Huggins.

, Capt. Arthur, 368.

Hull, Captain, arrested by R. Morison, 397.

, —, made commissioner for parleying with pirates, 398.

Hutton, Edward, lxxvi.

Hwollaghan, Thadeus, 350.

Hyde, Arthur, suit of, with Patrick Condon, 582.

, —, son of Arthur Hyde, ib.