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O'Boyle, 95, 365, 570.

, sept of, claim freehold in Donegal, 57.

, widow of, to be removed to natives' precinct, 429.

, —, allowed (on the plantation of Ulster) [ ] quarters of land in the barony of Rapho, 572.

O'Brien, Turlogh, 384.

, proposed as president of Connaught, xvii.

, Dermot, wardship of, 262.

, —, —, to be confirmed to his mother, 263.

, Mabel, to have wardship of her son, 262.

O'Brogan, the vicar, 94.

O'Byrne, Lieutenant Teg, 231.

O'Cahan's Country, comprised in Coleraine, xxiv.

, freeholds created in, xxxiii.

, O'Cahan's independence of Tyrone, great cause of offence to the Earl, xxiv.

, not alone in claiming independent estate, xxxii.

, lix.

, country claimed by Tyrone, as part of Tyrone, ib.

, how confiscated, lx.

, contained in Coleraine co., x.

, captain of, Rory O'Cahan, ib.

, left to Sir Tirlough's government, ib.

, able to muster 140 horsemen and 400 foot, ib.

O'Cahan, Sir Donnel, lix.

, —, 65, 66, 67, 78, 87, 101, 104, 112, 119, 120, 126, 127, 194, 201, 204, 218, 225, 344, 365, 503, 504.

, —, commissioner in Fugitives' country, xxxv.

, —, his differences with the Bishop of Derry, lxi.

, —, repairs to Dublin, ib.

, —, as proof of his innocence, offers to be imprisoned till cleared by law, ib.

, —, is committed to the castle prison, ib.

, —, is ordered to be sent over to London, ib.

, —, is first indicted, but not tried, ib.

, —, reasons for this, ib.

, —, is sent to the Tower, lxii.

, —, dies there untried, ib.

, —, prisoner in Dublin Castle, 15, 29.

, —, imprisonment causes much embarassment in Spain, 31.

, —, gives up a barony to Tyrone in lieu of a debt of 200l., 60.

, —, Chichester's narrative of his course with, 65.

, —, his agreement with Tyrone, ib.

, —, his first difference with Tyrone, ib.

, —, he and Tyrone reconciled by the priests, 66.

, —, would have fled with Tyrone, ib.

, —, submits to Sir Arthur Chichester, ib.

, —, thrusts his brother Shane Carragh into rebellion, ib.

, —, his lands set, while in prison, by Chichester, 67.

, —, Chichester seeks directions for his trial, 87, 112.

, —, he and Sir Neale O'Donnell are plotting to escape out of the castle prison, ib.

, —, Chichester wishes that they be sent to the new colony of Florida, if they be freed from the law, ib.

, —, his trial approaches, 104, 112, 119, 126.

, —, the Chief Justice and AttorneyGeneral should be sent back from England, ib.

, —, question as to how O'Cahan is to be dealt with, 145.

, —, conditions for, if he escape the gallows, 177.

, —, Limavaddy, an ill favoured, ruinous castle at, O'Cahan's chief house, 194.

, —, —, assizes held there in 1609, ib.

, —, —, land good about it, ib.

, —, Chichester seeks instructions how to deal with, 179.

, —, was to be tried in Hilary Term, 1609, 201.

, —, Sir J. Davys does not know why Chichester omitted it, ib.

, —, what to be done with his children, ib.

, —, has been arraigned, and is to be tried next term, 205.

, —, Lords of the Council surprised at Chichester's delay in bringing him to trial, 218.

, —, after the event of Sir Neal O'Donnel's trial, Sir John Davys postpones Sir Donnel O'Cane's, 225, 241.

, —, to be sent prisoner to England, 263.

, —, Chichester's proceedings regarding, approved, 264.

, —, King's letter for sending over, 270.

, —, has his chief house at Limavaddy, 294.

, —, sent to England for trial, 306.

, —, character of, 307.

, —, and Naughton O'Donnel, son of Sir Neale, sent to England for trial, 306.

, —, —, character of, 307.

, —, treasons charged against, 312.

, —, witnesses against, 313–16.

, —, Chichester proposes that he and Sir Naughton O'Donnel be sent over to London, 344.

, —, petition of, 412.

, —, two years a prisoner in Dublin, ib.

, —, deprived of profits of his lands, 413.

, —, knows not the cause, ib.

, —, begs to be informed, ib.

, —, letter to Salisbury on same subject, ib.

, —, wife of, to be provided for when the Deputy shall please, 429.

, —, five months a prisoner, 434.

, —, writes a letter from his prison in the Tower of London, which Chichester sends to Salisbury to show what firebrands are abroad, 503.

, —, his letter to his brother Manus, 504.

, —, protests his innocence, ib.

, —, had a promise from Sir Henry Docwra in the Queen's name that he should be restored to his lands, 563.

, —, excepting Annogh and other lands near Derry, ib.

, Brian Carragh, his head set up on Dungamon Castle, 16.

, —, his priest and ghostly father executed, ib.

O'Cahan, Dermot, 101.

, Donogh M'Quin oge, goes to Swedish service, 305.

, Manus, 349.

, —, Sir Donnell's brother, deposition of, 314.

, —, letter of, to Pawlet, 316.

, —, to be considered in the settlement, 61.

, —, 365, 503, 504.

, Manus M'Quyvally, to be favourably considered in the settlement, 61.

, Shane Carragh, 66.

, —, deposition of, in Sir Donnell O'Chane's case, 313.

, —, brother of Sir Donnell, murderer of Denis O'Mullan, 6.

, —, captured and delivered to Chichester, 7.

, —, tried and executed as a traitor, ib., 11.

, —, reward given for his capture, 7.

, —, hanged at Dungannon, lxxix, lxxx.

, —, Aveny, deposition of, touching Sir Donnell O'Chane, 313.

, —, further depositions, 314, 315.

O'Callaghan, Cahir, of Dromynine, surrender and re-grant to, 584.

O'Cane, Rory, 512. See O'Cahan.

O'Carroll, Ely, 231.

, Daniel, 512.

, Sir William, 372.

, —, patent of, impeached by Crosbie, 420.

O'Carroll's Country, made shire-ground by Chichester, 420.

O'Carrolls, heir of the, a ward of Sir Thomas Ash, 421.

, wardship of sold by Ash to Lord Butler, ib.

O'Carveel, Teige, 94.

, —, examination of, 45.

, —, reports of messages sent by O'Doherty to Sir N. O'Donnell, ib.

, —, deposition of, in Neal Garve's case, 310.

O'Cavan, Manus, to be admitted into Coleraine county, 429.

O'Connell, Richard, priest, 300.

, —, 467.

, Richard, 475.

O'Connors, the, plantation of Slewmargy, King's county, lxxiii.

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

, Donald, of co. Sligo, 324.

, Sir Donnogh, death of, 273.

, —, brother of, an unstaid man, who long served the Spaniards, ib.

, Roe, death of, 273.

— Dune (Don), Sir Hugh, mortal illness of, ib.

, Sir Hugh, 325.

, Hugh M'Tirlagh Roe, condemned for treason, but pardoned, 397.

, John, 388.

, —, petitions to be restored to Carrigfoyle Castle, 455.

, —, his petition, 456.

, Lysagh, 168, 483, 511.

, Roe, one of the greatest Irish lords in Connaught, 298.

, —, death of, ib.

, —, has left divers sons, who may prove honest or dishonest, 298.

, Sligo, one of the greatest Irish lords in Connaught, 298.

, —, death of, ib.

, —, died without issue, ib.

, —, his lands pass to brother Donnell, ib.

, —, is a widower, and is to marry one of Lord Desmond's daughters, ib.

, William, 511.

O'Conry, Donnell oge, 540.

, Donnell, ib.

O'Cor, Capt., allowance made him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 540.

O'Corres, a minor sept in Tyrone, 61.

O'Delvynes (O'Devlins), a minor sept in Tyrone, 61.

O'Dempsy, Hugh, 324.

O'Derry, the sept of, 565.

, —, held as Erenaghs, part of the island of Derry, ib.

O'Devan, Conconnagh, allowance made him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 540.

, Jenkin, 540.

O'Dogan, Mortagh, comes to Castle Finne, 38.

, —, communications with Sir Neale O'Donnell, ib.

O'Doghertie, Brian M'Coyne, confession of, 20.

, —, reports treacherous message of Sir Neal O'Neale to Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, ib.

O'Doghertie, commission for survey of his lands, 7.

O'Dogherty, 73, 94, 95, 99, 115, 194, 203.

, Sir Cahir, 222, 223, 224, 226, 227, 228, 249, 330, 345, 346, 347, 368, 369, 389, 504.

, —, rising of, history of, xlviii and foll.

, —, seizes Derry, xlviii.

, —, intercepted letter of, to O'Gallagher, xlix.

, —, his success brief, ib.

, —, the war "made thick and short," ib.

, —, slain in battle by some of his own men, ib.

, —, they get the reward for his head, ib.

, —, commissioner in Fugitive's country, xxxv.

, —, his rising, lx, lxi, lxxi.

, —, his territory, ib.

, —, his seizure of Derry, ib.

, —, and slaughter of Sir J. Paulett, ib.

, —, slain, ib.

, —, found by inquisition to have died in rebellion, lxi.

, —, effect of this finding, equal to attainder, ib.

, —, was foreman of the jury that found true bills of treason against the Fugitive Earls, xiv.

, —, news of his being slain brought to Chichester, lxxviii, lxxx.

, —, at the review of the troops on Lurgan Green, lxxviii.

, —, proclamation thereupon, ib.

, —, demands regarding, 1.

, —, requires to have half the spoil of the Derry, 3.

, —, report of his death, 5.

, —, young brother of, still at large, 8.

, —, —, execution of, 11.

, —, death of, curious coincidences of dates and numbers in, 14.

, Bryan O'Quyne, confession of, 18.

, —, reports Sir Neale O'Donnell's complicity with O'Dogherty, ib.

, —, sent two messengers to him, ib.

, —, reward for head of, 28.

, —, Sir N. O'Donnell's dealings with, 39.

— rebellion, generally approved by Irish, 31.

, his death not heard in Spain, ib.

, the expedition used in suppressing his outbreak has amazed the most rebellious spirits, 99.

, Sir Cahir, Cornwallis hears that if his (O'Dogherty's) rising had been successful, underhand supplies would have been sent him from Spain, 120.

, —, Friars Tirlagh O'Gallagher and Edmond O'Molarchy the contrivers of his treason, 194.

, —, they lurk in county of Cavan. ib.

, —, wander up and down like Satan, seducing people into rebellion, ib.

, —, his success owing to his seizing the store of arms, 196.

, —, his late country (Enishowen) bestowed on Sir Arthur Chichester, 203.

, —, pension of 40l. a year to his widow out of Enishowen, his late country, 216.

, —, his sister and wife committed to the custody of the sheriff of Dublin for 80 days, 227.

, —, Sir Thomas Phillips' fort (at Limavaddy) checked his career, 249.

, —, has ruined Mrs. Corbett's estate, 414.

, —, 504.

, —, Sir Donnel O'Cahan calls on his brother Manus to observe how little it profited some of Turlagh M'Art Oge's company to slay Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, ib.

— —, fine imposed on the counties of Tyrone and Armagh for relieving traitors after his revolt, 532.

, —, Sir Toby Caulfeild renders an account of sums received under, ib.

, Donagh, was along with Sir Neil O'Donnell, 45.

, Lady, wife of Sir Cahir, deposition of, in Neal Garve's case, 309.

, —, 216.

, —, who got her apparel on O'Dogherty's outbreak, 94.

, —, Margaret, deposition of, in Sir Neal Garve's case, 309.

, —, and her child committed for 80 days to custody of Thomas Dromgool, one of the sheriffs of Dublin, 227.

, Donnell, base brother to Sir Cahir, confession of, regarding Sir Neale, 312.

, Rory, 512.

, bastard brother of, executed, 15.

, Roor (Rorie), apprehension of, contrived, 150.

, — deposition of, in Sir Neal Garve's case, 309.

, interrogatory to Sir G. Moore, concerning, 166.

, his answer thereto, 168.

O'Dogherty's Country, King's title to, 572.

— —, contains barony of Enishowen, ib.

— —, a mere Irish county, ib.

— —, surrendered 15 June, 30 Eliz., by Sir John O'Dogherty, ib.

— —, and re-granted on condition to be void for rebellion, ib.

— —, Sir John died in actual rebellion, 44 Elizabeth, ib.

— —, new patents to his son, Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, 28 Jan., 2 James I., ib.

— —, Sir Cahir, 20 May, 6 James I., rebelled, and his patent thereby became void, ib.

— —, 216.

— —, called Enishowen, 580.

— —, granted to Chichester, ib.

O'Dollan, O'Brien, 511.

O'Donnell, Caffar, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Caphar Oge, 87, 104.

, Caphar, 219, 240.

, —, a young son of, how to be disposed of, 62.

, —, Chichester's opinion of, 57.

, —, Chichester asks instructions about, 179.

, —, and about his sons, ib.

, —, Chichester wishes the child of, and the children of the Earl of Tyrone put to trades in England, 240.

, —, to be continued in restraint, 264.

, Caffar M'Hugh Duve, 94.

, —, is given a silk gown and three yards of velvet, part of the spoil gathered by O'Dogherty, ib.

, Caphar Oge, prisoner in Dublin Castle, 29.

, Donel Oge, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Edmond, 194.

— Manus O'Donnell, widow of, to be removed to the natives' precincts, 429.

, Multane Dualtagh, 94.

, Naghtan, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Shane M'Turloe, carries off M'Manus's cows, 37.

, Sir Neale, 66, 67, 75, 87, 104, 112, 119, 120, 126, 127, 201, 204, 218, 222, 223, 224, 225, 344, 365.

, —, captain of Tyrconnell, ix.

, —, commissioner in fugitives' country, xxxv.

, —, his infant heir, Caffar, forcibly carried off by the Earls, xxxvi.

, —, indicted and tried, lxii.

, —, jury give no verdict, ib.

, —, the effect of this on the dealing with Sir Donel O'Cahan, ib.

, —, demand regarding, 1.

, —, his activity in the conspiracy, 2.

, —, advises the taking of Derry and massacre of the people, ib.

, —, engages to take Lifford, ib.

, —, uncle of Neile M'Swyne, 9.

, —, sends a treacherous message to O'Dogherty, 20.

, —, prisoner in Dublin Castle, 29.

, —, messenger sent to, by O'Dogherty, 37.

, —, has dealings with M'Allen, 38.

, —, complicity with O'Doherty, 45.

, —, his son a dangerous youth, 57.

, —, Chichester's account of his courses after he became Deputy, 66.

, —, why he pardoned Sir Neale and got him a grant of Glanfyn, ib.

, —, his lands set, while in prison, by Chichester, 67.

, —, seeks directions for his trial and that of his son, two brothers, and Caffar Oge O'Donnel, 87, 112.

, —, they are plotting to escape out of the castle prison, 87.

, —, wishes that such of them as may be freed from the danger of the law be sent to the new colony of Florida, ib.

, —, his trial (and that of Sir Donel O'Cahan and others) approaches, 104, 112, 119, 125.

, —, if tried in the absence in England of Sir James Ley (Ch. J.) and Sir John Davys (Att. Gen.) it will be a loss, ib.

, —, reports among the Irish in Spain that he has escaped, and will head the Ulster rebels, 120.

, —, was to be tried in Hilary Term 1609, 201.

, —, Sir J. Davys does not know why Chichester omitted it, ib.

, —, the King's directions not yet given about the children of Sir Neale O'Donnell and O'Cahane, ib.

, —, inquiry how he is to be dealt with, 145.

, —, accusations against, to be considered by commissioners, 160.

, —, conditions for, if he escapes the gallows, 177.

, —, tries to escape, 178.

, —, rope discovered in his possession, ib.

, —, his son Naghton, 179.

, —, Chichester wishes his sons were sent to the plantation in Virginia, ib.

, —, desired to proclaim himself "O'Donnell," but was prevented, 189.

, —, has been arraigned, 205.

, —, is to be tried next term, ib.

, —, Council of England surprised at Chichester's delay in bringing him to trial, 218.

, —, Rorie O'Donnel, Sir Neale's lawful brother, only 11 years old, arrested, 219.

, —, but the Judges of Assize in the county of Down refused to try him because of his youth, ib.

, —, Sir John Davys's account of his trial, 222.

, —, is charged with being party with O'Dogherty to the sack and burning of Derry, ib.

, —, his other treasons, ib.

, —, jury who tried him, all Irish, ib.

, —, he objects to them as too mean, ib.

, —, demands a jury of English knights, ib.

, —, the jury remain together from Friday to Monday, 224.

, —, they refuse to find him guilty, ib.

, —, the judges refuse to accept a verdict of acquittal, ib.

, —, the Deputy and Council are informed of it, ib.

, —, but prefer that the jury should be discharged rather than acquit, ib.

, —, though they could only be fined after a verdict, ib.

, —, the jury discharged without verdict, 225.

, —, if he is to be tried at law, must be tried in Middlesex, as O'Ruark was, ib.

, —, or kept in prison till Ulster is planted, ib.

, —, Chichester's account of the trial, 241.

, —, they refuse to find him guilty unless proved to have drawn his sword, ib.

, —, his brothers and son in prison, ib.

, —, shall now be dismissed home, ib.

, —, wishes to be allowed to send Sir Neale's son back again to Oxford, 241, 251.

, —, though of active spirit, is inclined to his book, 241, 251.

, —, cannot be sent over before Christmas, 271.

, —, sent over to England for trial, 306.

, —, character of, 307.

, —, case of, ib.

, —, treasons charged against, ib.

, —, witnesses by whom proved, 308.

, —, Chichester suggescs that he and O'Cahan be sent to London, 344.

, —, petition of, 414.

, —, joint petition of, with O'Cahan, ib.

, —, Naghton, his son, petition of, 437.

, —, appeals to Salisbury, 453.

, —, his services to late Queen, ib.

, — supplanted by the late Earl of Tyrconnell, 454.

, —, denies complicity with the base rebel O'Dogherty, ib.

, —, five months a prisoner, asks to justify himself face to face, ib.

, —, "maliced" by Tyrone, ib.

, —, his lands of Glan Fynne and Monganah excepted out of the re-grant made upon the Earl of Tyrconnell's surrender, 1 James I., 569, 570.

, —, Glan Fynne and Monganah never re-granted to, because he rebelled with O'Dogherty, 573.

, —, Nuala, sister of Tyrconnell, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Rorie, 219.

, Rory, late Earl of Tyrconnell, charged by Sir N. O'Donnell, of procuring favour of the Crown by bribery, 454.

, —, his escape from Dublin Castle procured by Tyrone, ib.

, Shane, 540.

, Shane M'Manus Oge, 94.

, —, ambitious to be made O'Donnell after the flight, 9.

, —, took refuge in Torry Island, ib.

, —, holds the island of Torry, ib.

, —, posts himself in the island of Claudie with 240 men, 26.

O'Donnells, the, well affected to Shane O'Neyle's sons, ix.

O'Donnelly, Patrick, deposition of, touching Sir Donnell O'Cahane, 313.

O'Donneles [O'Donnellys], a secondary sept in Tyrone, 6.

O'Donovan, Donald, co. Cork, 325.

O'Dooveny, Owen, 94.

, —, gets a vestment with 20l. on O'Dogherty's outbreak, ib.

, Donagh, ib.

O'Dougan, Murtagh, 468.

, —, of Fegot, in Donegal, prays to be continued in his lands, ib.

O'Driscol, Connor, 475.

O'Dugan, Murtagh, sent to O'Dogherty by Sir Neale O'Donnell, 3.

O'Falstaff, Teig, examination of, 30.

, —, goes to France, and thence into Spain, ib.

O'Farrells, the, 104, 486.

O'Fegan, Niel, 542.

O'Ferralls, the, of Longford, rent payable by, to Sir N. Malby, 395.

, chiefs of septs of, petition to Salisbury, 449.

, raise question against Sir F. Shane, 407.

, the, and Sir Francis Shane, order in this cause, 486.

O'Ferrall, Brian, 449, 581.

, Conell, 449.

, Gerratt, ib.

, James, 354.

, John, 449.

, Leysagh, ib.

, Rosse, 581.

, Thady, 512.

Officers of horse, September 1610, lists of, 509.

— of foot, September 1610, lists of, 510.

— of the army, list of, for 30th September 1610, 507.

O'Flaherty, lord of a barren country southwest of Galway, has built a strong fort lately, 299.

, Moragh na moir, of Bunowen, co. Galway, 325.

, Teig ne Bully, ib.

O'Galchor, see O'Gallagher.

O'Gallaghells, see O'Gallaghers.

O'Gallagher, fosterer of the O'Donnells, xlix.

, O'Dogherty's letter to, ib.

, held the castle of Lough Eske, ib.

, surrenders it, ib.

, Donagh, 94.

, Donagh Oge, his confession, ib.

, Donnagh M'Towel, 465.

, Tirlagh M'Owen Groom got all the apparel of Lady O'Doherty and the Bishop of Derry's wife, 94.

, James, Tyrconnell's servant, 47.

, Patrick, messenger of Sir Neale O'Donnell to O'Dogherty, 18.

, Tirlagh, 194, 511.

O'Gallaghers, fosterers of Tyrconnell, 27.

, sept of, claims a freehold in Donegal, 57.

O'Gilmars, the, a strong sept of Great Ardes, xii.

Oglethorpe, Baron, 73, 77.

, Sir Robert, 233, 339.

, —, claims precedence of Baron Hassett, 293.

, —, seeks a grant of land as an undertaker, ib.

, —, Baron of Exchequer, his yearly fee, 339.

O'Gormley, Turlogh, 512, 540.

O'Hagan, Henry, 228.

, Laughlin, 542, 543.

, Phelim, 228.

, Shane, his goods, Sir Toby Caulfeild renders an account of, being seized, as having fled with the Earl of Tyrone, 536.

O'Hagans, the, 499.

, horsemen of Tyrone, xxvii.

, a minor sept of Tyrone, 61.

O'Halloran, Shane Granoe, (and see Shane Grane Carolan), 378, 380, 381, 385.

O'Hanlon's Country, in Armagh, 63.

, —, Chichester encamps in, 6.

O'Hanlon, Arden M'Collo, 541, 542.

, Ferdoragh, 542.

, Groome, 512.

, Sir Oghie, 67, 324, 543.

, —, surrendered his interest to the King with promise of re-grant, 62.

, —, character of, ib.

, —, takes a pension for life, 67.

, —, his lands to be planted, ib.

, —, his son attainted and gone to Sweden, ib.

, —, was granted (1 Dec., 30th Eliz.) his country, called O'Hanlon's country, or Orier, for life, 556.

, —, remainder to Oghy Oge, his eldest son in tail, ib.

, —, but the patent to become void if he or any of his sons ever went into rebellion, ib.

, —, rebelled, but was pardoned by King James I. and his country promised to be restored to him, 556, 557.

, —, but before his patent was made out Oghy Oge O'Hanlon, his son, went into rebellion with O'Dogherty, 557.

, —, the King, however, took Sir Oghy's surrender of any claim, and gave him 80l. for life, ib.

, Oghy Oge, lxxix, lxxx, 195.

, —, query regarding, 2.

, —, returns out of Tyrconnell, 6.

, —, still remains at large, 8.

, —, brings a party from Tyrconnell to Mount Norris, 6.

, —, account of, his rebellion, 15.

, —, his wife dies from ill-usage and cold and famine, ib.

, —, will not be pardoned or permitted to leave the realm, 143.

, —, prosecution of Sir J. Perrott, detained for, 150.

, —, disquiets Armagh county, 195.

, —, robs and spoils the borderers near him, ib.

, —, two days before Sir Robt. Jacob held sessions at Armagh, 195.

, —, capture of, much desired, 178.

, —, submits volunteers for Sweden, 287.

, —, son of Sir Oghie, goes to the Swedish expedition, 305.

, Patrick, a native and servitor, was granted 12 ballibos in Orier, in feefarm, 26th October, 7 James I., 555.

, Redmond, another native and servitor, was granted seven ballibos in Orier in fee-farm, 7 James I., ib.

O'Haras, the, chief followers of the Rowte, xiv.

O'Haries, the, see O'Hara.

O'Harkan, Brian, deposition of, 45.

, —, —, in Neal Garve's case, 310.

O'Harraghan, Laughlin, 511.

O'Hoolaghan, Teig, 475.

, —, a Franciscan friar, one of the Pope's commissioners, 463.

O'Keenan's goods forfeited, as having fled with the Earl of Tyrone, 537, 543.

, —, Sir Toby Caulfeild renders account of, ib.

O'Keiff, Art., surrender and re-grant to, 584. See O'Keeffe.

O'Kelly, Hugh, of Clogher, co. Galway, 324.

, Brian, Captain, his information as to invasion from Spain, 13.

O'Kennedy, John, of Lacky, co. Tipperary, 324.

, Philip, of Castletown, co. Tipperary, ib.

O'Kieran, Murtagh, minister of Earl of Tyrone, 280.

O'Kiron, see O'Kieran.

O'Knoker, Donnel, 465.

Old Court Castle, constable of, Sir Richard Græme, 508.

O'Lorkan, William, 511.

O'Machalons, the, see O'Mulhollands.

Omagh, barony, 365, 367.

, the, mutiny of Ferdoragh M'Owen's sons, near, 3.

, death of constable of, 172.

, fort at, built by John and Daniel Leigh, brothers, 245.

, —, made constables of, ib.

, petition of John Leigh to Prince Henry, 247.

, grant of constableship of, 289.

— Castle, constable of, John Leigh, 509.

, fort of, John and Daniel Leigh, commanders of, 581.

O'Mellan, Gillduffe, confession of touching Sir Donnell O'Chaine, 313.

Omey, fort of in Tyrone, 61.

, see Omagh.

, precinct of, 404.

, market of, 406.

O'Molarchy, Edmund, 194.

O'Molarky, the priest, 309.

, Brian Ballagh, 310.

O'Molchonor, Florie, see O'Mulconnor.

O'Moores, the, lxxiii.

, plantation of Leix, their territory, ib.

, some companies of, collected by Tyrlagh O'Toole, 18.

, Owny, 379.

, Ownie M'Rorie, sister of, married to Tyrrell, 437.

O'Morison, Makenhy, deposition of, in Sir Neal Garve's case, 311.

O'Mulconnor, Florence, 467.

, —, reported return of, 461.

, —, lately made archbishop of Tuam, ib.

, —, great favour of, in Court of Spain, ib.

O'Mullan, Denis, murdered by Shane Carragh O'Cahane, 6.

, Donogh, goes to service of Sweden, 305.

, Donnell, Art, enrolled for Swedish service, 306.

, —, account of him, ib.

, Hugh Duff, deposition of, in Sir Donnell O'Cahane's case, 315.

, Shane, a friar, confers privately with Tyrone and Sir Donnell O'Cahane, 314. See O'Mullen.

O'Mullanes, one of chief septs of Coleraine, 60.

O'Mullchane, 511.

O'Mullen, Denis and Shane, to be provided for as one person, 429.

O'Mulhollands, the, a sept of Antrim, xiii.

, country in, north-east of Antrim, ib.

O'Mullarkie, Edmund, a friar, 3.

, —, a messenger employed by Sir Neale O'Donnell, 4.

, —, and by O'Dogherty, 37.

O'Mulrian, 99.

, William, 324.

, Teig M'Oughney, 324.

O'Murlough, Towel, 465.

O'Nealan in Armagh, 63, 529.

, barony, 366.

, country in Armagh, x.

, claimed by the Earl of Tyrone, ib.

, barony of, area of, 402.

, precinct of, 404.

, Lord Say's suit for grant of land in, 425.

O'Neale, Sir Art, 177.

, Art M'Baron, 364, 494, 529.

, has four or five sons beyond seas, 364.

, two of them captains with the Archduke, ib.

, one a lusty knave at home, ib.

, he must therefore be contented with a portion of escheated land, ib.

O'Neale, Sir Arthur, father of Tyrlogh, 439.

O'Neil, Art M'Baron, and wife, to have 2,000 acres in Orier for their lives, 529.

, his promising to remove willingly to another assignment at May next has worked wonders, ib.

, Sir Arthur, Hugh Earl of Tyrone, undertakes to grant him 11 ballibetaghs in Slew Shishe, really the estate of Sir Arthur's father, Turlogh Lennagh, and of Neal Connelagh, his grandfather, 560.

, Arte Oge, and M'Arte M'Brian, goes to the Swedish service, 305.

, —, (and others that fled with Tyrone), account of their goods by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 538, 544.

, Brian M'Art, 541.

, Bryan Modder, 512.

, Brian, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, —, Con, and Neal, to have a middle proportion between them, 429.

, Brian Crossach, 364.

, —, sums paid him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 539.

, Con, 51.

, Con Baccogh, first Earl of Tyrone, limitations of remainders, after his estate for life in his patent, 555.

, —, —, to Hugh, his eldest son in tail, ib.

, —, —, to Henry, his, Con's, second son in tail, ib.

, —, —, to Hugh's issue by Jeane, his then wife, to Cormac M'Baron, brother of said Hugh in tail, ib.

, —, —, 34 Hen. VIII. created Earl of Tyrone, 554, 555, 559.

, Con M'Turlogh, allowances made to him and his three brothers, by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 539.

, Con M'Shane, 364.

, —, allowance made him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 539.

, Neal Connelagh, father of Turlogh Lennagh, 560.

, Sir Cormac M'Baron, the first to report to the Deputy the flight of the Earls, xxxiv.

, —, his motives suspected, ib.

, —, seeks a custodiam of Tyrone's lands, lvi.

, —, good reasons for refusing it, ib.

, —, besides, he was suspected of complicity, ib.

, —, his country, 61.

, —, his wife to be placed when the Deputy shall choose, 429.

, —, Con's brother to have proportion in Coole and Tircanada, 429.

, —, sum paid him for his charges to Dublin, and toward his expenses to England, and for relief of his wife, 539.

, Sir Cormac M'Baron, the remainder limited to, after the Earl of Tyrone; his estate and his sons' not forfeited, 560.

, —, is not attainted, but is now prisoner in the Tower of London, ib.

, —, 554, 555.

, Sir Turlagh M'Henry, granted the country of the Fews by patent to, 1st James I., 554.

, Donel, allowance made him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 540.

, Donnell, M'Rory Ny-Fynen, Neale Moder, Magunchynan, Shaen, Henry, and Hugh, to be placed as Chichester may judge fit, 439.

, Ferdorcha, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Henry, 503.

, Henry and Con, sons of Shane O' Neale, have settled on Cuconnaught Maguire's land, 57.

, Henry, Tyrone's son, 47.

, —, son of Shane O'Neil, long has been a suitor, 408.

, Henry M'Shane, to have a proportion in precinct of Orier, 429.

, —, allowance made him by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 539, 543.

, Sir Henry Oge, commissioner in fugitives' country, xxxv.

, —, two ballybetaghs of Tyrone granted to him, 16.

, —, sons of, 178.

, —, was granted three ballibetaghs, in barony of Toughranny, in 12th June, 3 Jas. I., 554.

, —, two ballibetaghs, called Mointerbirne in the barony of Dungannon, granted to Sir Henry O'Neil and his heirs, 3 Jas. I., 560, 561.

, Sir Henry M'Turlough, asks for more land, 364.

, —, Chichester wishes he could get him to remove from the Fews to the plains, ib.

, Hugh Boy, 334.

, Hugh M'Shane, 15.

, Hugh, see Earl of Tyrone.

, —, Henry, and Cormac, sons of the Earl of Tyrone, 554.

, —, —, their remainders after the Earl's first attainder, not forfeited thereby, ib.

, —, —, but now are forfeited by their flying with their father, 558.

, Hugh Oge, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Hugh, recommended for a native's place in the plantation, 443.

, —, services of, in raising troops for Sweden, ib.

, Hugh M'Shane, allowance to, by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 540.

, John, one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, Mary, daughter of Sir Cormac M'Baron, allowance made her for her relief by Sir Toby Caulfeild, 540.

, Captain Neale Oge M'Art, enrolled for the Swedish service, 306.

, —, account of him, ib.

, Neale, Con, and Brian, sons of Sir Arthur, to have a middle proportion in Dungannon among them, 439.

, Neil Garve, his wife one of the fugitives, xxxix.

, —, has never had a grant of his country, 17.

, —, intended escape of, 151.

, —, to be sent prisoner to England, 263.

, —, Chichester's proceedings regarding, approved, 264.

, Shane, lxxx.

, —, infests the road from Dundalk northwards from his castle at Fathom, xi.

, —, the sons of Henry and Con, to have proportions of land in Armagh and in Fermanagh, 431, 432.

, —, his attainder by 11th of Elizabeth, and the effects of that Statute, 553.

, —, vested in the Queen and her successors all the lands in Tyrone, Orier, and the Fews, except those of the Archbishop of Armagh, the Dean and Chapter of Armagh, and of Sir Nich. Bagnal and Sir John Bellew, 553.

, Shane M'Brien, 512.

, Tirlough, maintains M'Quillin in the Glens, xiv.

, Turlagh Lennagh, found entitled to 11 ballibetaghs in Slew Shishe, 560.

, yet Hugh, Earl of Tyrone, at Queen Elizabeth's request (13 May, 29th of her reign), covenanted to pass all the said lauds to Sir Art O'Neale, 560.

, Tyrlowe M'Arte, 61, 364, 504, 512.

, —, special grant to be made to, 34.

, —, two proportions in Dungannon, 429.

, Henry, 530.

, Neal, Capt. Turlagh's brother, sum allowed him to keep him quiet, 539.

— Sir Tirlagh M'Henry, 195, 334, 364, 474.

, —, claims independent estate, xxxii.

, —, commission in fugitives' country, xxxv.

, —, lands in the Fews, 62.

, —, is Tyrone's half-brother, 195.

, —, and next to Tyrone, if Tyrone come not again, ib.

, —, has three sons, swordmen, ib.

, —, is to be suspected (says Sir Robert Jacob), 195.

, —, because he gives meat and wages (called Bonaght) to loose persons, ib.

, —, might easily take Oghey O'Hanlon if he would, 196.

, —, but will not, because O'Hanlon is Tyrone's sister's son, ib.

, —, sues for the grant of Slew Sheese, formerly his grandfather's lands, 438.

, —, has custody of castles of Strabane and Newtown, 439.

, —, prays to have the castles of Benburb and Knockielegh, ib.

, —, as he is willing to be removed from the Fews, a place to be appointed him in Cavan, 489.

, Sir Tirlough, the chief M'Guire, ix.

, Shan, sons of, ib.

— —, Benburb Castle built by, ib.

, Sir Henry Oge's children, 63.

, Con M'Tyrlagh, ib.

, Owen More, ib.

O'Neill, proposed as president of Ulster, xvii.

, suzerainty of, resisted by minor lords, xxxii.

, assuming the title, treason, lxiii, lxiv, lxv.

O'Neills, the, all Galloglas, ix.

, the, claim estates in their lands, xxxi.

, resisted by Tyrone, ib.

, and O'Hanlons pursued by Chichester, 6.

, wild habits of, 7.

, Chichester seeks to civilize them, ib.

, their chief sept in Tyrone, 61.

, not a great man of, left in Ulster, but Sir Turlogh M'Henry of the Fews, county of Armagh, 195.

O'Punty, Shane, Tyrone's purse-bearer, asks liberty to return to Ireland, 325.

, —, Earl of Tyrone does the same, ib.

O'Quin, lxv.

, chief of his name, 325.

, Owen Ro, ib.

, Brian, deposition of, in Sir Neale Garve's case, 312.

, Murtagh, 543. See Quin.

O'Quins, the, 499.

, chief men of the Rowte, xiv.

, a minor sept in Tyrone, 61.

Orchards and gardens, Irish never made, 498.

, —, because of gavelkind tenure, ib.

O'Reilly's country, the county of Cavan, xcii.

, how forfeited, ib.

, the treason and attainder of the chiefs held to destroy the rights of the inhabitants, ib.

, and to give the King the lands to dispose of, ib.

, (see also the Brenny), 221.

, claimed (by descent from the heirs female of Sir Theobald de Verdon) by Rd. Plunket of Rathmore, ib.

O'Reilly's, Captain Tirrell is in their confidence, 426.

, two ballibetoes will not content, 178.

O'Reilly, Brien ne Shaffegh, 115.

, Brian, 468.

, Cahir, 511.

, O'Realy, (O'Realye, O'Rely, O'Relye, O'Reilly, O'Reillye), most powerful sept in Cavan, 54.

, Mulmore, widow of, lands to be allotted to, 183.

, Mulmory M'Edmond Reough, 115.

, John and Connor M'Cahir, to have lands in Cavan, as other natives, 440.

, Sir John, widow of, lands to be allotted to, 183.

, —, grandfather of Mulmorie, 55.

, Mulmorie, part of barony of Cavan to be disposed to, 55.

, —, lands in plantation of Ulster to widow of, 238.

, Shane M'Brien, interrogatory put to Sir G. Moore concerning, 166.

, —, his answer thereto, 168.

, —, 115.

, John, pedigree of, 419.

, Shane, enrolled for Swedish service, 306.

, —, account of him, ib.

Oreragh, see Orier.

Oriel, a country of Monaghan, ix.

Orier barony, 366, 367.

Orier, O'Hanlon's country, x.

, —, makes 40 horse and 200 foot, 67.

, barony of, area of, 402.

, precinct of, 405.

, barony of, Marcell Rivers to have a grant of land in, 455.

, called O'Hanlon's country, vested in the Queen by Statute 11 of Elizabeth, for attainder of Shane O'Neil, 553.

, granted 1 Dec., 30th Elizabeth, to Sir Oghy O'Hanlon for life, remainder to Oghy Oge, his son and heir apparent in tail, 556.

, conditioned that if Sir Oghy, or any of those in remainder, should rebel, the letters patent should become void, ib.

, 10 August last Sir Oghy surrendered his patent to the King, ib.

, —, and took an annuity of 80l. for his life from the King, 557.

Orkney, island of, "much eyed by" the Irish fugitives, 179.

— Isles, the, 477.

— —, deposition of John Redlake, taken prisoner in the prize made at the Orkney Isles, ib.

Ormond, borders of, 98.

Ormonde, Earl of, lxxvii, 99, 104, 105, 351, 372, 379, 478, 506, 552.

, —, petition to protect his liberties in the new charter of Kilkenny, 54.

, —, his demands sent by Henry Sherwood, 352.

, —, that he may surrender and have a re-grant, ib.

, —, may hold pleas up to 20l., ib.

, —, be free of subsidies and compositions, ib.

, —, that his son-in-law may have a grant in reversion of the Lord Treasurership upon his (Ormonde's) death, ib.

, —, that Lord Butler may be of the Privy Council, ib.

, —, his letter in favour of David Condon, 582.

, Ellen, Countess of, 374.

, the house of, has always had conflict with the O'Carroll's, 421.

, Ellinor, Countess of, to have wardship of David Barry, 425.

, —, estates of, family settlement of, 426.

— and Ossory, Thomas, Earl of, surrender and re-grant of his castle and lands, ib.

Osbaldeston, Jeffry, 78.

, John, Baron of Exchequer, his yearly fee, 339.

Osborne, Richard, preacher in Munster, 78.

O'Shiel, Donagh Boy, killed by M'Gillduffe, 39.

Ossory, see of, vacant by death of bishop, 390.

, —, Mr. Barlowe recommended for, ib.

, William Deane to be Bishop of, 398.

, Bishop of, Chichester recommends his chaplain, Mr. Barlow, 390.

O'Sullivan, Bere, 71.

, Daniel, 475.

, More, 118.

, Teig M'Daniel, 475.

, not to sail with the expedition to Ireland, 13.

, receives a secret command in Spain, 31.

, son of, a page of the King of Spain, 399.

, death of, ib.

O'Swillevan, see O'Sullivan.

O'Toole, Donnogh, gives information on popish affairs to the Bishop of Limerick, 462.

, Rose, wife of Feagh M'Hugh [O'Toole], harboured by Sir W. Harpole, 401.

O'Tooles, a new insurrection of, suspected, 6.

— apprehended rising of, 18.

, Tyrlagh, plans a surprise of Powerscourt Castle, 18.

, —, betrayed by his uncle, ib.

, —, gathers a company of the O'Moores out of Queen's County, ib.

, —, lurks among his friends, but there seems little danger from him, ib.

, —, suspected unduly, 28.

, —, narrowly watched by Chichester, ib.

O'Towell, see O'Toole.

Out-Islanders, expedition against them, 11.

, preparations for, 28.

Out Islands, Sir W. St. John returns from, 43.

Outred, Henry, lxxvi.

Ovington (or Hovendon), Henry, withdraws from the fugitives, and makes his peace with the King, xl.

Owen, Richard, 511.

, —, pension of, 168.

Owine, Capt. Bartholomew, 219.

, —, resides in fort of Blackwater, 280.

Oxford University, Chichester wishes to be allowed to send Sir Neale O'Donnel's son back to, 241, 251.

, while his father is in prison, ib.

, Lord Roch sends his son thither, 441.