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

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Jacob, Sir Robert, 233.

, —, report of, on Connaught, 298.

, —, the King's solicitor, commendation of, 457.

, —, deserving of encouragement, ib.

Jacobson, a pirate taken by Lord Thomond, 186.

James I., policy of, for Ulster, xxv.

James, Colonel Sir Henry, R.E., xc, note 4.

Janissaries, the, the captain of, 279.

"Jarmaynes" [Germans], iron-workers, outdone by a poor smith at Toome, 290.

Jennings, the pirate, goods taken from, 14.

, —, Spanish caravel brought in by, 42.

, —, comes into Limerick, 130.

, —, has seized an Amsterdam ship, ib.

, —, offers to submit, 131.

, —, ordered to be arrested, ib.

, —, comes to Erris, in Connaught, 141.

, —, prays mediation of Lord Thomond for pardon, 145.

, —, captured, 151.

, —, account of capture, 162.

, —, brought prisoner to Dublin, 186.

, —, penitent for his courses, 187.

, —, recommended to mercy by Chichester, ib.

, —, 200, 212, 251.

, 343.

Jephson, Elizabeth, Lady, 96.

, Sir John, 79, 96, 202, 203, 218, 366, 512, 574.

Jepson, Sir John, pension of, 168. See Jephson.

Jerripoint [Jerpoint], suit for the reversion of abbey of, 262.

Jesuits, 242, 251.

, practices of, in foreign colleges, 41.

, dangerous character of, 143.

, a college of, at Brussels, 268.

, —, four or five sent from, to England, ib.

, not Englishmen, but Walloons or Flemings, 269.

, infinite number and impudent boldness of, 283.

, infectious breath of, ib.

, "viperous seducers," ib.

, reported influx of, from abroad, 461.

, reported flocking of, to Ireland, 484.

, are received in the cities and towns, ib.

Johns, see Jones, Baptist.

Johnson, Anthony, a pirate at Tunis, 279.

, Edward, 491.

, Thomas, 549.

Jointures secured on lands of fugitives, claims in respect of, 283.

, their claim void in English law, ib.

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

, John, 488.

Jones, Archbishop of Dublin, and Lord Chancellor, 91, 107, 109, 330, 366, 376, 377, 381, 382, 386, 387, 391, 394.

, —, complains to Salisbury of Lord Howth's calumnies, 91, 107.

, —, has besought the Deputy to call them both before him, 108.

, —, has sent many messages to Lord Howth, to apologise, if he has given him offence, ib.

, —, Lord Howth's charges, with the Archbishop's answers, ib.

, —, Howth said openly that he had gone to England to break the Archbishop's neck, ib.

, —, charges the Archbishop with reporting that he (Howth) visited a lady in Meath for the purpose of intrigue, ib.

, —, had cleared himself in Chichester's opinion, 113.

, Archbishop, Howth makes merry over the Chancellor's grief, 113.

, —, Latin letter of, to the King, 330.

— —, apologises for bad style after 40 years' disuse, ib.

, —, vindicates himself against the calumnies of Lord Howth, ib.

, —, Howth seizes a letter missive he (Jones) had sent to the Earl of Kildare at Kilkea Castle, 331.

, —, threatens his messenger, ib.

, —, charges his (the Chancellor's) son with receiving a bribe of 50l. to influence the Chancellor, ib.

, —, appeals to his conduct and character since 1554, when he was made Bishop and Privy Councillor, ib.

, —, prays that the suit between him and Howth may be heard in the Court of Castle Chamber, ib.

, —, copy of his letter missive to the Earl of Kildare, 332.

, Baptist, recommended by Chichester, 34.

, —, 367, 512.

, Sir Roger, 111, 112, 321, 322, 323, 367, 377.

, —, goes into the garden at Millefont, 166.

, —, Howth accuses him of calling him coward, 321.

, —, assaults him at a tennis court, ib.

, —, thrusts him, while two of Jones's friends clasp him in their arms, ib.

, —, a kinsman of Howth's (Barnewall) killed, ib.

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

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

Jordans, the, Anglo-Norman settlers in Lecale, xii.

Jowels, Sir John, 360. See Jolles.

Juarcey, certifies innocence of Mr. Crook, 43.

Judges of King's Bench, 111.

— sent on circuit into Ulster, 161.

, robes of, 233.

, the, and Attorney-General, fit to be undertakers in Ulster among the civil servitors, 366.

— and law officers, list of, with their fees, 338.

, circuit allowance of, 450.

, all of late have come from Lincoln's Inn, 516.

, Chichester suggests selection from other inns, ib.

, of Ireland, their injustice, according to Barnaby Riche, 551.

Jugo Dei, abbey of, in Ardes, 448.

Jura, island of, ix.

Juries, Irish, Sir J. Davys's account of, 224, 225.

, —, Chichester's account of, 241.

, the, in Ulster, find the King's title to Erenagh and Termon lands, 389.

Jurors, 13, in Coleraine county, spoke Latin, 280.

Justice, the Lord Chief, charged by Barnaby Rich with being against the King's right, 551.

, but the Chief Baron and Master of the Rolls for, ib.