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

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Naas, St. John Baptist, abbey of, at, 126.

Nangle, Edward, 103.

, Robert, ib.

, —, accused in second year of the King's reign, on petition of gentlemen of county of Kildare, of various offences, 206.

, Robert, Edward Fitzgerald (1609), prays a commission against him again, 206.

, —, is granted an extension of his lease in Ballisax, &c., 216.

Natives, consideration to be had of the best of them in the plantation, 63.

(Irish), distribution of precincts to them conjointly with servitors, 410.

, —, reasons of this course, 411.

, —, conditions of settlement of, 412.

, —, proportions to be assigned to the principal, 429.

, —, unfairly treated in distribution of precincts, 521.

, —, ill-affected in consequence, 522.

Neagh, Lough, 72, 209.

, —, King's boats at, 95.

Neilson, Captain, 368.

Nelson, Capt. Mar, 511.

, John, ib.

Netherby, Walter Graham, "the gudeman of," ci, cii.

Netterville, James, grant of lands to, 289.

Nettervylle, Mr., recommendation of, to Lord Northampton, 145. See Netterville.

Neugent, see Nugent.

Neuterville, see Netterville.

Newcastle of Ardcromman, 495.

(in Northumberland), 334.

Newce, Capt., 797.

, Samuel, 226.

Newcomen, Beverley, 507.

, Sir Robert, bill to, 19.

, —, purveyor to His Majesty, 80.

, —, purveyor of victuals, 301.

, —, 367, 382, 383.

Newfoundland, 209.

New Ross, new charter for, 154.

New Rosse, liberties and immunities claimed by, 528.

, —, Chichester's notes thereupon, ib. See New Ross.

Newry, the lordship of, in Down, xi.

, 83, 241.

, assizes held there in Feb. 1609, 193.

, Sir Robt. Jacob's account of, ib.

, settlement of Sir Arthur Magennis's lands made or about three years since, 469, 470.

— Castle, constable of, Capt. Anthony Smith, 509.

, abbey of, seven towns lying in Onealan, formerly the property of this abbey, granted, 4th of Edw. VI., to Sir Nicholas Bagnal and his heirs, 559.

Newt, Newce, Neuce, Captain, men delivered to his lieutenant, 5.

, —, number assigned to, 10.

, —, —, foot, 33.

Newton, priory of, 448.

, Walter, 336.

Newtown-by-Trim, monastery of St. John Baptist at, 518.

Newtown, a castle of Lord Dungannon, granted to Turlaghe M'Arte O'Neile, 34.

, —, reasons of this grant, ib.

, in Tyrone, delivered to Tyrlow and Neale M'Arte O'Neill, 61.

, the, adjoining Waterford, 456.

Nichol, George, 483.

Noblemen not to send their sons beyond seas, 174.

Norreys, the Lady, 96.

, Sir Thomas, 96, 340.

Norris, Sir John, garrison planted by, at Roscommon, 258. See Norreys.

Northampton, Lord, 69.

, Earl of, his precinct, 521.

, —, has chosen good men to undertake it, ib.

Northon, see Norton.

Norton, Sir Daniel, 96, 202.

, Captain, certificate of men brought over to Dublin by, July 14, 1608, 4, 5.

, Dudley, 53, 92, 101, 126, 127, 204, 383, 481, 489.

, —, secretary for Irish causes, 151.

, —, requested to favour Tod's claim to the mastership of the Savoy, 391.

, —, Lord Thomond sends him his petition against Sir Adam Loftus, 400.

, —, maps of escheated counties sent to Salisbury by, 401.

, Mr., Salisbury's secretary, 276.

, Capt. Gregory, 126, 127.

, Humphry, 127.

, Gregory, 511.

, Captain Humphrey, 367.

, John, 511.

Nott, James, secretary to the Earl of Tyrone, a pensioner, for betraying his secrets, 337.

Nottinghamshire men brought over to Dublin, 5.

Nuce, Capt. Wm., 510. See Newce.

Nugent, Edward, 324, 375.

, Father, a Jesuit, gives popish books to Sir Christopher Plunkett's son to be brought into Ireland,

, Mary, Dowager Lady Delvin, 519.

, Robert, 373.

, Thomas, relation of conversation with Lord Howth, 155.

, Mr. Walter Bane, 281.

, Walter, 512.

Nummis, De, treatise sent by Sir J. Davys to Salisbury, 134.

Nunmonkton, co. Cork, J. Carvyle of, his project of plantation, 323.