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

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M'Allan, James Balloe, examination of, 37.

, James Ballagh, evidence of, in Neal Garve's case, 308.

M'Art, Bryan O'Neil, lxxix., 74.

, —, query regarding his son Art, 2.

, —, the base son of, ringleader in Tyrone, 8.

, —, his rebellion, 15.

, —, Sir Marmaduke Whitechurch brings a jury of co. of Armagh to Dublin for his trial, 78.

, —, [O'Neil], his base son not to be pardoned, 143.

, —, —, his bastard, capture of, much desired, 178.

, —, —, his son submits and volunteers for Sweden, 287.

Macauleys, the, of the Glens, xiv.

M'Awla, Sir Awla, petition of, 395.

, —, dispute of, with Sir Randall M'Donnell, 446.

, —, had best be settled in Ireland, ib.

M'Awnle, see Macauley.

M'Baron, (O'Neale), Art, his claims in Armagh, 62.

, —, his sons dangerous, ib.

, Sir Cormack, prisoner in the Tower, 295.

, —, his wife gives house room to the commissioners' party, but has neither meat, drink, nor linen to welcome them, 295.

, Art, [O'Neill], to have one great proportion in Orier, 429.

, Arte, and wife, 529.

, Sir Cormack, 365.

M'Brian, Donogh, 511.

, Dowley, 511.

M'Brien Arra, Moriertagh, Bishop of Killaloe, 384.

M'Cabes, the, will expect lands to be allotted to them in Cavan, 55.

M'Callum, Earl of Argyle, report of intended marriage of daughter to Baron of Dungannon, xxxvi.

M'Can, John, 512.

M'Cannah see M'Kenna.

M'Canus country, in Armagh, 62.

M'Carmack, see M'Cormack.

M'Cartan, Acolie, captain of the country, xi.

M'Cartan's country, in Down, xi.

, a government of Ulster, xxiii.

, commanded by Sir Gregory Cromwell, xxiv.

M'Carthy, Dermond M'Owen, re-grant of castle and manor of Kanturk to, 516.

, Donald, 465.

, Florence, petitions Salisbury, 117.

, —, his sickness from long imprisonment, ib.

, his removals from prison to prison, ib.

, —, death of his eldest son, 118.

, —, heavy charge of maintenance of his three surviving sons, ib.

, Florence, was pardoned by the late Queen, ib.

, —, prays a change of prison for a change of air, ib.

, —, Lord Roche, O'Sullivan More, and the White Knight bound for him, ib.

, Lady Ellen, having obtained a remnant of her father's lands through Salisbury's aid, lost them at law, 482.

, is now in great distress, ib.

, prays license to transport certain tuns of beer to the Low Countries, ib.

, Donald, 324.

M'Cawel, Hugh, 542.

M'Chisocke, William, 94.

M'Closkies, one of chief septs of Coleraine, 60.

M'Coghlan, Sir John, grant to, of license for a yearly fair at Banagher, 527.

M'Connell, Angus, Lord of Cantire, xiii.

, Raynal M'Sourlagh, 465.

M'Cormacks, the, of the Glens, xiv.

M'Cormick, Hugh, sent by Neale Garve to O'Dogherty, 310.

M'Cormock, Brian Crossagh, conspires after O'Dogherty's death, 3.

M'Court, 195.

M'Cowley, Ever, his eldest son, accused of harbouring rebels, 389.

M'Crely, Rory, 540.

M'Daved, see M'Davitt.

M'David, see M'Davitt.

M'Davitt, M'Davit, Philemy Reagh, "Demands to be made of," 1.

, —, —, answers of, 2.

, —, —, knew nothing but by O'Dogherty's report, ib.

, —, —, heard from him who was to join the conspiracy, ib.

, —, —, examination of, 3.

, —, —, his account of O'Dogherty's treasons, ib.

, —, —, statements as to Sir Neale O'Donnell, ib.

, —, —, the firebrand of O'Dogherty's rebellion, 8.

, —, —, apprehended, ib.

, —, —, account of his capture, ib.

, —, —, pains taken to keep him alive for his trial, ib.

, —, —, examined on sundry points, ib.

, —, —, his dangerous qualities, ib.

, —, —, executed at Lifford, 26.

, —, —, his evidence against Sir Neal Garve O'Donnell, 308.

, —, —, further deposition of, 311.

, —, —, Shane Crone, flight of, with the Earls, 1.

, —, —, went out of love to Tyrconnell, 2.

, Shane M'Donald Groome, daughter of, married to Gillespick M'Donnell, 1.

M'Dermod, Brian Oge, of Carrig Dermod, co. Roscommon, 324.

M'Dermond, Cor., bill to, 19.

M'Devitt, see M'Davitt.

M'Donagh, see Donough.

M'Donnell, Gillaspick, demand regarding, 2.

, Sir James, agreement by, 395.

, —, complains of Sir Randall, 446.

, Angus, agreement by, 395.

, Niece, brother of Sir Randall, 395.

, Sir Randall, falsely charged by Lord Howth, lxix.

, —, is no party to Tyrconnell's supposed plot, ib.

, —, demand concerning, 1.

, —, dispute with Mr. Hamilton about Bann fishery, 21.

, —, 92, 199.

, —, agreement of, 395.

, —, dispute with Sir A. M'Awla, 446.

, —, license to repair to England, 448.

, —, his negociations with the Londoners, 449.

M'Donough, Art., 74.

, Brian, 78, 228.

M'Ea, Thomas, 494.

M'Edmond, Thomas, 474.

M'Enery, John, 493, 494.

, Gerald, ib.

, Shane M'Thomas, ib.

M'Enys, see Magennis and M'Gennis.

M'Gees, the, of North Clandeboy, xiii.

M'Gennis, Sir Arthur, his country divided in 1609, and portioned out to hold under the King, 193.

, —, this will weaken him, ib.

, —, at first he scorned the small portion left to himself in demesne, ib.

, —, but at length contented with it, ib.

, —, to have his demesne lands enlarged, 469, 470, 471, 487.

, —, will be kept in duty by the settlement of Iveagh, 457.

, —, "a libertine lord," ib.

, —, 469, 470.

, Bryan Arthroe, married to one of Tyrone's daughters, 464, 465.

, Bryan Oge M'Rory, 470.

, Edmond, prisoner in the Gatehouse, 40.

, —, 281.

, Capt. Ever M'Rory, of Kilwarlin, xi.

, Glasny M'Agholly, 324.

, Sir Hugh, "the civilest of the Irishry," xi.

, —, contributes to the Queen, xi.

, —, number of his horsemen, ib.

, —, abandons Tanistry, xi.

— country, ib., 457.

— —, or Iveagh, xxiv.

— —, commanded by Sir Edward Trevor, ib.

M'Geoghegan, Brian, 324.

M'Gettiham, Owen, of Donegal, 464.

M'Gilduffe, Dwaltagh, evidence of, in Neal Garve's case, 308.

, —, —, further depositions of, 310.

M'Gilleglan, Donogh, brings message to Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, 20.

M'Gilliganes, one of chief septs of Coleraine, 60.

M'Gilliglasse, Donnell, sent by Sir Neale to O'Dogherty, 311.

M'Gills, the, of the Glens, xiv.

M'Goolechan, Clanbrasell, in Down, xi.

, —, inhabited by the Kelleys, ib.

M'Grery, John, 93.

M'Guire, attainted, lxxi.

, anecdote of, by Sir John Davys, xix.

, lands in plantation of Ulster for mother of, 238.

, Brian, 365.

, Connor Roe, conditions in favour of, 177.

, —, has grant of Fermanagh by patent, 56.

, —, has made a settlement, ib.

, —, expects three baronies, according to promise, 364.

, —, but Chichester does not think such a barbarous man should be made so much greater than his neighbours, ib.

, —, the barony of Maheresteffana will contain him and all his followers, ib.

, —, to have the barony Maghery Steffana, 364, 429, 499.

, Bryan, brother of Coconnaght, 56.

, —, to have a proportion in precinct of Coole and Tircanada, 429.

, —, demands four baronies in Fermanagh, 441.

, —, his suit cannot be agreed to, ib.

, —, but he is to have one proportion in precinct of Coole and Tircanada, ib.

, Coconnaght, 574.

, —, (Cow Connaught, Cuconnaght), four baronies intended for, 56.

, —, Oge, 574.

, —, one of the fugitives xxxix, 48.

, Coconnaght, assisted and relieved by Sir Garrett Moore in his flight, 25.

, —, interrogatory regarding, put to Sir G. Moore, 165.

, —, his reply, 167.

, Sir Conohour, chief of Fermanagh, ix.

, —, 115.

, —, betrayed by his son, semble, 504.

, Lord, expected by Tyrconnell to join in his treason if it succeeded, lxvi.

, the mother of, lands to be allotted to, 183.

, Hugh, slain in Munster, 56.

, —, his son, grandson of Tyrone, ib.

, Tirlagh, to have half a small portion, 429.

, —, to have half a small proportion in Coole and Tircanada, 441.

M'Gwillyn, see M'Quillin.

M'Gwyre, see M'Guire.

M'Gyes, the, see M'Gees.

M'Gylduffe, Dewaltagh (Dalto), followers of, surprised and cut off, 37.

, —, proceedings with Sir Neale O'Donnell, 38.

, —, killed Donagh Boy O'Shiel, 39.

, —, attempts to conceal the fact, ib.

M'Gylglasse, Donnogh, messenger of Sir Neale O'Donnell, 4.

M'Henry [O'Neill], Sir Tyrlowe, possessions of, to be enlarged, 177.

M'Hugh, Feaugh [O'Toole], the traitor, 401.

, Owen, 512.

, Brian Oge, 464.

M'Ivor, Owen, 540.

M'Kallym, see M'Callum.

M'Kenna, daughter of, 1.

, Densleat, and his brother Edmund, enrolled in Swedish service, 306.

, Father Thomas, guardian of Boyletefarnan, 463.

M'Kennas, the, of Monaghan, some of them still at large, 8.

M'Killerhuskly, Connor, 115.

Mackmaye, priory of, 448.

M'Mahon, Brian ne Savagh, still at large, 8.

, —, interrogatory regarding, put to Sir G. Moore, 166.

, —, his answer thereto, 168.

, —, never submitted to course of law, 178.

, —, lease of his lands promised to Mr. Treasurer, ib.

, —, his head gotten by Chichester, 188.

, —, warrant for his death, 189.

, —, 201, 204.

, Ever M'Collo, 474.

, Ever M'Cooley, 389.

, Owen, pensioner, 337.

, Sir Rory, chief of Monaghan, ix.

, Sir Patrick Art M'Moyle, 389.

, —, accused of harbouring rebels, ib.

M'Mahonagh, Brian, 464, 465.

M'Mahons, the, united (A.D. 1609), notwithstanding their factions, not out of love for one another, but out of hatred of the English, 196.

M'Mahoune, Conn M'Rory, enrolled for Swedish service, 306.

, —, married to Tyrone's daughter, ib.

M'Mahownes, lords of Monaghan, 389.

, —, natives ought to be freed from dependence on, ib.

M'Manus, Shane Oge, suspicions regarding, 2.

, —, takes refuge in Torry island, 26.

, —, his movements unknown, 28.

, —, innocence of, protested, 35.

, —, proffers made for taking his head, ib.

, —, said to be at Arran (Donegal), 36.

, —, goes to President of Connaught, 37.

, Rorie, pensioner, 338.

M'Morice, Dermot, pensioner, 336.

, —, 510.

M'Mulcaiar, Farrell M'Donell, sent to O'Dogherty by Sir Neale O'Donnell, 18.

M'Nally, Manus, 349.

M'Neale, Shane O'Quin, enrolled for Swedish service, 306.

M'Neil, Ensign Bryan, 544.

M'Neill, Sir Con Oge, possession of Great Ardes, xii.

, Neal M'Brian Ferto, ib.

, Hugh M'Phelim, ib.

, Brian M'Phelim, ib.

, Sir Cormack, captain of Kilultoe, xi.

M'Nemarra, Teig M'Donnell Reagh, 577.

M'Neyle, see M'Neill.

M'Odo, Richard, 202.

MackOgg, see M'Oghie.

M'Oghie, name now known as Keogh, 120, n.

, a solicitor in Spain and Low Countries of the Earl of Tyrone, 120.

, —, and a writer against the King's estate, ib.

M'O'Nally, Manus, to be admitted into Coleraine county, 429. See M'Nally.

M'O'Neilles, the, of Clandeboy, xiii.

M'Owen, Ferdorogh, sons of, 3.

, Hugh M'Shane, promised to join O'Dogherty, ib.

M'Phelim, Sir Brian, has letters patents of North Clandeboy, xiii.

M'Quillin, captain of the Glens, xiv.

, —, well nigh expulsed by the Scots, ib.

, Ever, 74.

, Rory, 511.

M'Quin, Donnagh, of great credit in O'Kane's country, 306.

M'Richard, Coy Ballagh, to be admitted to lands in county of Coleraine, 429.

M'Rory, Owheny (Ownie), Blackford castle surrendered to, 401.

, —, Harpole promised to marry his sister, ib.

, —, she is now wife to Captain Tirrell, ib.

M'Sett, Richard, 511.

M'Shane, Hugh, apprehends the murderer of Denis O'Mullan, 6.

M'Sheary, John, 511.

M'Sheehie, Manus, ib.

M'Shery, John, pensioner, 337.

M'Skally, Donnel, 324.

M'Sweeny, na Banna, 95.

, —, in prison, ib.

, —, enters Killybegs with 80 armed men the night Derry was burnt, 195.

, —, tried for it before Sir Robert Jacob at Lifford, in 1609, ib.

, —, but acquitted, ib.

, —, surrenders his lands to Earl of Tyrconnell, 570.

, na-Do, surrenders his lands to the Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

, Neal, 194.

, Fanad, sits as justice (in 1609) at Lifford with Sir Robert Jacob, 195.

, —, but came in an uncivil manner in his mantle, ib.

, Faynett [Fanaght], surrenders his lands to the Earl of Tyrconnell, 570.

, three septs of, 57.

, Bane (Banagh), ib.

, Fanaght, ib.

, Doe, ib.

, Do, Fawnet, Bannagh, 365.

, Banagh, to have portion in Faynet or Do, 429.

, —, 465.

, O'Doe [na-Doe], to have portion in Faynet or Do, 429.

, Faynet, to have portion in Faynet or Do, 429.

, Sir Mulmory, joins Folliott's forces in investing Torry, lii.

, —, negociation with, 35.

, —, Folliott's offers to, 36.

, —, pretends business in Dublin to escape sitting as justice of assize at Lifford, in 1609, 195.

, —, fearing to be called in question for something treasonable, ib.

, Neile, nephew of Sir Neile O'Donnell, still at large, 9.

, —, capture of, most desired, 178.

, —, 228.

, one of the garrison of Torry Island castle, offers the heads of seven of his comrades for his pardon, liii.

M'Sweenys, the, chief supporters of O'Donnell, lx.

, to be delivered up to Sir H. Folliott, 36.

M'Swynne, see M'Swyne, M'Sweeny.

M'Teig, Donogh, attainted, lands of, forfeited, 577.

, Murroagh oge, 511.

M'Toole, Phelemie oge M'Cormock, promises to join O'Dogherty, 3.

M'Vagh, Hugh, his goods, account of, rendered by Sir Toby Caulfeild after Tyrone's flight, 537.

, —, his wife and children relieved, 544.

M'-Y-Gills, see M'Gills.

Madrid, Robert Hanmer at, 24.

, Father Creswell at, 51.

Madryll, Madrile, see Madrid.

Magennis, see M'Gennis.

Magherastephany, barony, in co. Fermanagh, 575.

Maghirlecow, 541.

Maghree Riagh, Donegal, the inheritance of Murtagh O'Dougan, 468.

Maghriboy, precinct of, 405.

Magnesse, see M'Gennis.

Magnestie alias Rockbarcklie, 577.

Magragh, Termon, see Termon.

Magrath, Meiler, Archbishop of Cashel, letter to Sir T. Ridgeway, 353.

, —, —, to obtain for him the Bishoprics of Killaloe and Achonry, ib.

, —, —, he was promised them on resigning Waterford and Lismore, ib.

, Redmond Meilerus, Archbishop of Cashel, 324.

, Owen Groome, friar, to be pardoned, on condition of confining himself to some part of Ulster, 265.

, —, 206, 255.

, —, friar, jury would never have convicted him but for Lord Delvin's proving his confession, 344.

, —, Chichester suggests that he be pardoned, ib.

, Turlogh, 324.

Maguire, see M'Guire.

Maguyre, see M'Guire.

Maherasteffana barony, will be enough for Connor Ro Maguire, though he was promised three baronies, 364.

Mahones, suspicious proceedings of, 151.

Mair, John, 488.

Maisterson, Capt. John, has raised a company for Sweden. See Masterson.

, —, solicits a servitor's portion of escheated lands, 461.

Malby, Henry, xcix.

, —, his widow, Lady Sydley, 258.

, Capt., the heirs of, 449.

, Sir Nicholas, interest of, in M'Cartan's country, xi.

, —, xcix.

, —, 354.

, —, grant of the ate Queen to, 395.

, —, 486.

Mallory, Sir John, of York, a principal undertaker in Armagh, with his consorts, their names and abilities, 549.

Maly, Owen, of Cahir ne Mart, co. Mayo, 325.

Manachan, see Monaghan.

Manwoode, John, claim assigned to, for 200l. on James Carroll, 301, 506.

Mapowther, Richard, pensioner, 337.

, —, 511.

Maps, Sir John Davys's account of the maps of the escheated counties, lxxxviii, lxxxix, xc.

, discovered in 1861, xc.

, re-produced in fac-simile, ib.

, at what price sold, ib. n.

, made of the several counties, 293.

, of the six escheated counties sent over by Ridgeway in six books, 401.

, a set of, sent for Salisbury's private use, 402.

Map-making, Sir Josias Bodly's for plantation of Ulster, lxxxvii.

, need of guards for, ib.

, a mapmaker murdered in Donegal, ib.

Marieborough, see Maryborough.

Markets, to be places of meeting for English and Scotch planters, 406.

Marocoes, see Morocco.

Marshal, Thomas, 511.

, —, pensioner, 338.

, George, a squire of the stable, 295.

, —, his brother presented by the King for promotion in the church, ib.

Marshalship of Ireland, Lord Morley's claim to, 547.

Martin, Patrick, 511.

Marwood, John, 368.

Maryborough Castle, lxxiii.

, planters of Queen's County held as of, ib.

, Sir H. Power's men at, 33.

, fort, 334.

, ward of, 507.

, constable of, Sir Henry Power, 508.

, porter of, Francis Hison, ib.

Maryborow, fort of, cost 900l. to repair, 408. See Maryborough.

Massereen Castle, constable of, George Trevillian, 509.

Masserine, 74. See Massereen.

Masterson, Capt., 334.

, Lawrence, pension of, 168.

, —, 511.

, Nicholas, by marriage with Alison, daughter of Robert Roche, of Ardcromman, co. Wexford, obtains New Castle and 13 ploughlands, 495, 496.

, —, John Roche, servant of Robert, being entrusted with keeping the castle in the late rebellion, holds it against Nicholas Masterson, ib.

, Sir Richard, lessee of Ferns Castle in Wexford for 50 years unexpired, 121.

, —, complains of Lord Audley's getting a grant of it by surprise, ib.

, —, after all his costs of repairs, ib.

, —, and after the defence of it by him and his father and kinsmen to hazard of their lives, ib.

, —, to have it in fee farm, 122.

, —, 121, 324, 325, 472, 508.

Matchet, Rev. James, 550.

, James, ib.

, Richard, ib.

Matrimony, lawful, Irish (according to Sir J. Davys) never esteemed, but made bastards share equally with legitimates, 498.

, ill consequences, ib.

, never planted orchards, or built houses, ib.

Matthew, Patrick, 93.

Maughery, barony of, in county of Coleraine, 541.

Maunsell, Capt. Thomas, 346.

Maximilian, a Dutch merchant, proposes a colony of Dutch for Lough Erne, 288.

Maxwell, Robert, 251.

May, Capt., servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Maynard, John, 512.

Maynooth, lxv.

Meares, Capt., 367.

, Capt. William, 512.

Measures, great variety of, used in selling, 261.

, one only proposed to be used, ib.

, officer to be appointed, 262.

Meath, Bishop of, report of his death, 14.

, —, high reputation of, ib.

, Bishop of Derry recommended as his successor, ib.

, G. Montgomery, Bishop of Derry, Clogher, and Rapho, made Bishop of Meath, 247.

, Lough Swedy formerly held in commendam, ib.

, inquiries directed, ib.

, —, 376.

, —, to be speedily invested, 444.

— bishopric of, Bishop of Derry promoted to, 483.

, to be held with Clogher, ib.

, which is endowed with Termon and Erenagh lands, 483.

, and lands of Muckna, ib.

Meeke, John, 368, 509.

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

Meighe, David, of Kilmallock, 525.

, Robert, wardship of, to be granted to David Terrey, 525.

Melans, a sept in Tyrone, 61.

Meldrome, a Scottish gentleman, comes with false letters of commendation for a grant in the plantation, 526.

Meliphant, see Mellifont.

Mellifont, Chichester's sojourn at, 385.

Melville, Sir Robert, 483.

Mensal lands, bishops', 180.

— restored to bishops, 389.

Mercatura, De, treatises sent by Sir J. Davys to Salisbury, 135.

Merchants of Dublin, loans of several, to Government, their names and sums, 341.

Merrion, letter dated from, 478, 480, 481, 497.

Metcalf, Dr., 507.

Miagh, Robert, vicar-apostolic of Cork, 442.

Miaghe, Bernardinus, a student of Louvain, ib.

Michell, John, 79.

Middle shires of Brittany, xcvi, note.

, between England and Scotland, xcvi.

, commissioners of, xcvi, note, xcvii, note, xcviii, xcix.

, the, xcv-xcvi.

Middlesex men brought over to Dublin, 4.

Middleton, George, in bishopric of Durham, 50.

Mill castle, co. of Meath, 376.

Millefont, treasonable discourse of Sir G. Moore at, 138.

, Eustace's information about, 162.

Minohinche, see Monaincha.

Mint, for small coins, project for, in Ireland, 243, 244.

, project of, in Ireland, 273.

Missetts, the, of the Glens, xiv.

Mitten, Mr., 88, 96.

, Richard, 508.

Mittene, Richard, see Mitten.

Mogeely, Moggely, survey of woods at, 29, 91.

Mointerbirne, two ballibetaghs, so called in the barony of Dungannon granted, 3rd James I., to Sir Henry O'Neil, 560, 561.

Molineux, Samuel, 367, 374. See Mullinex.

Monaghan, a new county of Ulster, viii.

, the various countries in, ix.

, captain of, Sir Rory M'Mahon, ib.

, a government of Ulster, xxiii.

, equal division of lands in, aimed at by the State, xxx.

, proclamation against rebels in, 27.

, Sir Edward Blaney's men at, 33.

, rents to be paid for land in, 178.

, county of, the M'Mahons of, all united (A.D. 1609), 196.

, settlement of, 389.

, will be unfavourable to natives if they be not freed from dependence on the M'Mahownes, ib.

, seneschal of county, Sir Edward Blaney, 507.

Monaincha, great assembly collected by priests at, on borders of co. Tipperary, 240.

Monckton, residence of James Barnewall, 578.

Money, to be held in readiness in case of a landing of the fugitives and followers, 12.

, want of, fatal to the public service, 145.

, great want of, 146.

, evil results of want, ib.

, urgent demand for, 147.

, two quarters to be sent at once, ib.

, base, suggestions of Chichester regarding, 272.

, discontents about, 273.

, sore want of, for public service, 307.

, excessive scarcity of, in Ireland, 516.

, Jeffrey, 550.

Monganah and Glan Fynne, Sir Neal O'Donnell's lands, 570.

, excepted out of the re-grant made, 1st James I., to the Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

, on his surrender, ib.

, but not re-granted to Sir Neal, who conspired with O'Doherty, 573.

, great part of, promised to Sir N. O'Donnell, 57.

Monk's Grange, Queen's County, lxxiii.

, —, grant of, to Geo. Harpool, with the conditions of plantation, ib.

Monopolies sought for making salt, sowing oil seeds, wood, soap, ashes, glassmaking, saltpetre, ropes, &c., 370.

, Chichester asks instructions, ib.

, wine and tobacco, ib.

, Chichester is pressed to grant, 421.

, remarks on, 424.

Monroes, John, commissioned by the city of London to view the territories the city had undertaken to plant, lxxxii.

, —, London commissioner for plantation, 266.

Monson, Sir William, a principal undertaker in Armagh, with his consorts, their means and abilities, 549.

Montague, Sir Henry, 360.

, —, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Montgomery, George, made Bishop of Meath, 247.

, Hugh, pays quit-rent of abbey of Moyville, 448.

"Moone," the ship, to be sent against pirates, 29.

Mooney Donagh, writes to Father Ultan, 442.

Moore, Archy, 367.

, Capt. Archie, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, Archie, 509, 547.

, Edward, 377.

, Sir Garrett, 107, 109, 113, 115, 200, 213, 345, 362, 363, 376, 377, 378, 380, 381, 384, 385, 386, 387, 391, 394, 508, 509.

, —, commanded in Cavan, xxiv.

, —, Lord Howth's charges against, 24.

, —, complicity with Couconnagh Maguire in his flight, 25.

, —, a party to the conspiracy, ib.

, —, number of his troop, 32.

, —, Lord Howth's quarrel with, 41.

, —, his dispute with Lord Howth, delays of, 48.

, —, Lord Howth says he will open his (Sir Garrett's) treasons before the King in Council, 113.

, —, Capt. Richard Tyrrell's charges against Sir Garrett, 115.

, —, charged by Capt. Tyrrell with warning Tyrone (Sir Garrett's intimate and dear friend) that he (Tyrrell) was employed to take his life, ib.

, —, Lord Howth's complaint against, proceedings regarding, 137.

, —, Lord Howth's declaration against, 145.

, —, sent over to London to answer charges, 134.

, —, submits his case to Privy Council in all things, 150.

, —, Eustace's deposition regarding, 162.

, —, interrogatories put to, 164– 166.

, —, his answers thereto, 166–168.

, —, his pension, 168.

, —, detailed answer to Lord Howth's accusations, 169–171.

, —, revealed the meetings of Tyrconnell, Delvyn, and Howth to the Deputy, 169.

, —, petition of, to Privy Council, 171.

, —, restored to favour notwithstanding Lord Howth's charges, 200, 201.

, —, Lord Howth's renewed complaint against, 274.

, —, Lord Howth's quarrel with, renewed, 386.

, —, charges of Howth against, ib.

, —, answers of, to the charges made to the King, 387.

, —, to the charges made to the Privy Council, ib.

, —, his life sought by Howth, 387.

, —, objected to on the Council by Lord Howth when cited before it, 391.

, —, Lord Howth complains to the King regarding, 394.

, —, suitor for fee-farm of several lands, 422.

, —, pays the greatest rent to the King of any man in the kingdom, 423.

, —, his suit recommended, ib.

, —, the King does not question his loyalty, 428.

, —, suit of, for fee-farm of his lands recommended to Salisbury, 525.

, Lady, comes with Lord Howth to Mellifont, 162.

, Sir John, 80.

, Laurence, merchant of Drogheda, told by Lord Howth about Sir G. Moore, 385.

, —, of Drogheda, 138.

, Robert, 511.

Moores, the, transplantation of, 216, 217.

, Patrick Crosbie employed to effect it, from his influence with them, 217.

, injured by displanting his own lands of them in the Queen's County, ib.

, he prevailed with the meaner sort, ib.

, but the chiefest refused, being loth to quit the seats where they had so often kindled the fires of rebellion, ib.

, in view of the Ulster displantation, Chichester added force to persuasion, ib.

, now by the aid of Crosbie and Mr. Pigott the seven septs are departed, 217, 240.

, some into Thomond, more into Connaught, and most into Kerry, ib.

, they will bear Mr. Crosbie everlasting ill-will, ib.

, Chichester calls the Moores of Leix, "White Moors," 240.

, transplantation of, all transplanted, except some young children, bastards, that are fostered there, 240, 251.

, wishes they were put to trades in England, ib.

, so that they might forget their pride and fierceness, 251.

, rebellion commonly kindled by these white Moors, ib.

, children of the, not worth while to have the charge of sending to England, 264.

, they have the "breeching" by provision of Patrick Crosby, ib.

, now that they are removed and dispersed, Ely O'Connell might be well planted, 372.

, it was among the Moores the fire of rebellion in Leinster has often been kindled, 372.

, fleet collecting at Corunna for transporting the, 393.

, suggestion that it is for bringing over the Irish regiment in Spain to Ireland, ib.

, to be "bridled" by a plantation at Carlow, 396.

, the, and Connors, are dispersed, 421.

, transplanted, reported to be returning to their country, 453.

Moors, the, of Spain, 83.

, the Ulster inhabitants ought long since to have been treated by the Kings of England as the Kings of Spain did the Moors, ib.

Morgan, Edmund, 83.

, Piers, father of Richard Everard, 45.

Morley, Lord, his title to the marshalship of Ireland, 547.

Moroagh McTeige Oge, pensioner, 337.

Morocco, the King's brother said to have received subsidies from Spain to fight against the King, 398.

Morocoe, see Morocco.

Morris, Edmund, 333.

Morrison, Sir Richard, number of his men, 33.

, —, petition of, to Salisbury, 53.

, —, complaint of corporation of Waterford against, 190, 226, 251.

, —, dealings of, with the pirates, 277.

, —, tries to divert them from their evil courses, ib.

, —, cannot take summary measures owing to their numbers, ib.

, —, sends men into the west against the pirates, 446.

, —, complaint against, from citizens of Waterford, ib.

, —, defends his conduct, 447.

, —, precedents of other governors, ib.

, —, offered the choice of compromising the complaint, ib.

, —, but refuses, and demands a judgment of censure or approbation, ib.

, —, is quite willing to retire, ib.

, —, 76, 97, 366, 467, 480, 510.

, —, interrogatories to deputy Viceadmiral Grice, 528, 530.

, —, vice-president of Munster, 577.

, —, his account of rents and revenue of Munster, 578, 579.

Moryson, see Morrison.

Mountague, see Montague.

Mountgarret, Lord, falsely charged by Lord Howth with Tyrconnell's treason, lxix.

Mountjoy, the Lord, 111, 329.

, market of, 406.

, precinct of, 404.

, fort of, in Tyrone, 61.

, —, repairs of, by Francis Rowe, 80.

, —, raising higher the ramparts of, 229, 366.

, —, 300 acres laid to, 561.

, —, held by Sir Francis Roe, 477, 478.

, —, reversion to Sir Thomas Coach, ib.

Mountjoye, see Mountjoy.

, Sir F. Roe's men at, 33.

Mount Norris, Chichester encamps at, 6.

Mountnorris castle, constable of, Capt. H. Atherton, 509.

, fort of, erected for a gayle (gaol), 63.

, —, three ballibos adjacent to, in Orier, demised to Capt. Henry Atherton for 21 years, 7 James I., 555.

, 367.

, market of, 406.

Mourne, lordship of, in Down, xi.

— and Newry, a government of Ulster, xxiii.

, commanded by Sir Edward Trevor, xxiv.

Mowrne, see Mourne.

Moy, Henry, 549.

Moygaddy, 325.

Moyle, co. Carlow, 324.

, Captain Henry, bill to, 19, 367, 512.

, Philip, 341.

Moylurke, priory of, 448.

Moyry, the pass of, a few woodkerne still out there in Feb. 1609, 193.

, —, is situate midway between Dundalk and Newry, ib.

, the fort of, five ballibos next to, demised, 10th June, 4th Jas. I., to Capt. Anthony Smith for 21 years, 554.

Moyville, abbey of, 448.

Moyvore, town of, 53.

Muckna, lands of, annexed to bishopric of Clogher, 483.

Mucknee, see Mucknoe.

Mucknoe, a county in Armagh, x.

, possessed by Earl of Tyrone, ib.

Mulconry, Florence, 461, 464, 465, 467.

Mullen, Denis, murdered by his kinsman, 178.

Mullinex, Daniel, king of arms and clerk of works, 76, 80, 226.

Mullingar, Hope, Thomas, of, 325.

Mullins, the, may be pardoned, with one exception, 178.

Mulranken, 324.

Mulryan, Honora-ny-, lawful wife of Thomas Bourke, 291.

Multifarnam, convent of, 442.

, —, priest arrested saying mass at, 445.

, —, but rescued, ib.

Mungomery, see Montgomery.

Munitions of war, for the following forts, 485—
-, Athlone.
-, Ballashannon.
-, Carrickfergus.
-, Castlemaine.
-, Castle Park.
-, Castle Toome.
-, Charlemont.
-, Cork.
-, Culmore.
-, Derry.
-, Dublin.
-, Dun cannon.
-, Limerick.
-, Massareen.
-, Monahan.
-, Mountjoy.
-, Mountnorris.
-, Newry.
-, Sligo.

, Sir Oliver St. John's statement, 486.

Munster, Deputy Vice-Admiral of, Robert Grice, 546.

, forts of, Danvers wishes increase of artillery for, 93.

, ironworks in, 348.

, —, and at Youghal, ib.

, —, and in Shannon, ib.

, notes on province of, by Sir D. Sarsfield, 135.

, escheated lands of, ib.

, undertakers of, ib.

, pirates on coast of, 28.

, plantation of, lxxiii.

, —, in 1584, ib.

, —, conditions of, lxxvi.

, —, intermixed habitation of (the capital error of Leinster plantation), intended to be avoided, lxxvii.

, —, Irish tenants and servants forbidden to undertake, ib.

, —, the worst ever made in Ireland, 17.

, —, the planters could not stock the country to restore the waste, 114.

, —, a warning against wasting Ulster before planting, as it is not so good land, nor so near to the sea, ib.

, —, errors of, 357.

, undertakers of, names of the chief, lxxvi.

, —, of Cheshire and Lancashire, ib.

, —, of Devonshire and Somerset, ib.

, undertakers in, 484.

, —, George Courtney one of, ib.

, —, Sir John Dowdal purchases of Sir H. Billingsley, his seigniory, 484.

, —, these were granted to Mr. Strowde's father, ib.

, —, Sir George Thornton, 487.

, President of, unable to cope with the pirates, 28.

, —, 69.

, —, Ormonde commends him, 120.

, —, Samuel Newce, serjeant-at-arms to, 226.

, provost-marshal for, 466.

, —, Richard Aldworth, 507.

, recusants of, fines imposed upon, by Sir H. Brouncker, reduced but not remitted, 215.

, revenues of, receipts of the, 578.

, composition of receipts of, ib.

, ships sent to coast of, 383.

, towns of, privileges granted to the corporations, 267.

, cocquet customs granted to, ib.

, Vice-Admiral of, to be arrested for abetting pirates, 353.

, Vice-President of, Sir Charles Wilmot, 329.

, —, 46.

, —, Sir Richard Morrison, 467, 477, 495.

, woods of, greatly wasted, 88.

, —, suggestion that they be seized into the King's hands, 164.

, circuits of assize, two yearly to be held in, 154.

, Council of, proposals regarding, xviii.

Munterdevlin, Chichester would have Sir Fras. Roe undertake it, 364, 366.

Musgrave, xcvi.

Muskett, Simon, 550.

Muster-master, Capt. Rd. Bingley, recommended for, for Ulster, 497.

— of Ireland, John Corbett appointed, 581.

— general, Sir J. King. 507.

Musters, officers of, 512.

, the, Sir J. Fullerton has given satisfaction regarding, 152.