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Pages 678-681

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

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Radford, town of, in Nottingham, 23.

, in Nottinghamshire, 52.

Raffo, see Raphoe.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, lxxvi.

, —, record of his attainder in England sent over to Ireland, exemplified under the Great Seal, 215.

Rapho, see Raphoe.

Raphoe, Andrew Knox to be Bishop of, 442.

Rathcannon, Casey, James, of, 494.

Rathcoffy, 325.

Rathe, John, pilot of the fugitives' ship, his base treachery, xl, xli.

Ratheram, see Rothuram.

Rathgartie, church of, co. Westmeath, 375, 376.

Rathhassell, suit for reversion of abbey of, 262.

Rathlin Island, massacre at, li.

Rathmore, 221.

Rathmullen, lx, lxii.

, embarkation of fugitive Earls at, lx.

, rectory of, 448.

Read, Thomas, grant of escheatorship to, 583.

Reagh, Phelin (M'Davitt), reward for head of, 28.

, —, paid to Patrick Conley, 32.

, Phelim, 224.

Rebels, rewards for apprehension or killing of, 28.

, escape of, from Torry Island, 34.

, dealings of Folliott with, 6.

, successfully repressed, 14.

Receipts of revenues and rents of Crown lands, 577, 578.

Recognizances, great number of, taken after the rebellion, 173.

Records, public, place for safe keeping of, to be provided, 148.

Rectories in Downe and Antrim, quit-rents of, 448.

Recusancy, fines for, imposed by Sir H. Bruncker, 129.

, petitions for remission of, ib.

, sought to be remitted in Kinsale, ib.

, King consents to this, 131.

, to be compounded for, ib.

, fines for, King's pleasure regarding, 149.

, enforcement of, urged on Salisbury, 284.

, offer of 4,000l. for the farm of, in Leinster, Munster, and Connaught, ib.

, money for repairs of churches and schools to be forced from richer recusants, ib.

, about 2,000 returned recusants in the Pale lately, 299.

, fines for, remitted in Cork, 401.

Recusant mayors, &c., refuse the supremacy oath, 371.

Redman, Marmaduke, letters patent to, 582.

Redmond, Ensign George, 228.

Reignoldes, Henry, docquet of moneys received by, from Sir T. Ridgeway, 19. See Reynolds.

Reinoldes, Thomas, of Cork, captured along with the pirates, but released, 42. See Reynolds.

Remembrances for Sir Thomas Ridgeway, touching the public, 368.

— on the plantation, 401.

Remington, Sir Robert, bill to, 19.

, —, Vice-president of Munster, 73.

Rendall, William, grant of lands to, 581.

Rent system, Irish account of, xxvi.

— rent, partly in money, partly in kind, xxvi.

— charged on cows, ib.

, amount variable, xxviii.

, evil results of system, ib.

, made tenants entirely dependent on chiefs, ib.

Rents, Tyrone's, account of, by Sir Toby Caulfeild, xxvi.

, slow payment of, 32.

, in the plantation to be proportioned according to the country and engagements of the settlers, 64.

, the King's receipts of, 577, 578.

Reogh, Walter, pensioner, 337.

Reserve of treasure for emergencies of public service most desirable, 462.

Revenues, the King's, are now settled in their course, 452.

Rewards for apprehending or killing rebels, 28.

Reynolds, Anthony, 367, 477, 512.

, Mr., reports that Sir Humphrey Winche is charged with defaults of payment, 515.

Rich, Barnaby, 107. See Ryche.

, Lady, 351.

Richardson, Henry, an "intelligencer" of Salisbury, xli.

Riche, Barnaby, his treatise on the Pride, Corruption, Drunkenness, and Incontinency, &c., of Ireland, 551.

Richeson, John, 549.

Ridgeway, Mr. George, 367, 510.

, Capt. John, 368.

, —, servitor, to be undertaker, 428.

, Sir Thomas, lxxviii, 69, 72, 81, 92, 97, 122, 201, 204, 213, 225, 353, 362, 366, 368, 373, 479, 507, 510, 529.

, —, invests Beart Castle, xlix.

, —, hastens up to Dublin for a commission or inquest on Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, lxxviii, lxxix.

, —, the finding or verdict, super visum corporis, ib.

, —, equivalent to attainder, ib.

, —, his view that justice is best carried on in Ireland during war, lxxix.

, —, he and Sir John Davys employed under the commission of escheat and survey, 1608, lxxix, lxxx.

, —, carries over the maps to London, xc.

, —, detained in London till 5th July 1609, xci.

, —, money paid by, to Henry Reynoldes, 19.

, —, his merits acknowledged by the King, 23.

, —, report on expenditure, 31.

, —, earnest appeal of, for money for the public service, 147.

, —, requisition of, for treasure, 153.

, —, "the little treasurer," 155.

, —, charged by Lord Howth with defrauding him, ib.

, —, has to borrow money for public service, 154.

, —, commissioner for plantation, 171.

, —, Sir Arthur Chichester advises that he should have Brian-ne-Savagh's (M'Mahon's) lands, 201.

, —, prays that his grant may be speeded, so as to get tenants at May, 204.

, —, the only time for securing honest tenants, ib.

, —, the land is waste, ib.

, —, will become again a den of thieves, ib.

, —, his treasurer's accounts, 295.

, —, report in favour of Munster ironworks, 419.

, —, sends maps of the six escheated counties to Salisbury, 401.

, —, Lord Deputy's advices to, 420.

, —, to be an undertaker, 428.

, —, particulars of plantation reported by, 460.

, —, highly approved by the King, ib.

— —, ventures over from England in a boat of seven or eight tons, 479.

, —, in order to join the commissioners of plantation in their journey to Ulster, ib.

, —, had he delayed but 10 days, they could not have gone out this summer, ib.

, —, license for his three sons to travel for three years in France, Italy, and other places, 529.

, —, (treasurer), 547.

, —, vice-treasurer, his account, 577, 578.

, —, commissioners appointed to take his accounts, 580.

Rimon, Sandyes, of Randelinton, xcviii.

, one of the Græmes, ib.

, his arrest, ib.

, claim to pardon for the merit of arresting, ib.

Riothland, 281.

Rivers, Marcell, recommended as undertaker for a great or middle proportion, 455.

, —, married to Capt. T. Chatterton's heir, ib.

, —, to be placed in Orier, ib.

, Marcellus, 508.

Riverston (co. Meath), 110, 111.

Rivett, Edward, 550.

Roach, see Roche.

Roache, see Roche.

Robbuckwales, tithes of, granted to T., Earl of Ormond, 506.

Roberts, Henry, pensioner, 336.

Robes, cost of, from chief justices down to Serjeants, 77.

Robinson, a pirate, 42.

Roch, see Roche.

, the manor of, in the Fews, belongs to Sir Christopher Bellew, 554.

, he recovers at law five townlands from Sir Henry M'Turlogh as part of his manor of the Roch, ib.

Roche, Alison, 495.

, David, 206, 207.

, —, Lord Fermoy, 325, 340, 341.

, Lord, 118.

, —, charge against Sir D. Sarsfield, 162.

, —, complains that Sir Dominic Sarsfield, Chief Justice of Munster, prevented him in the purchase, by fraud, of Carrigleamleary, of which his father was unjustly dispossessed, 340, 341.

, —, will send Salisbury a brief of his complaint when his son goes to Oxenford, ib.

, —, his case, title to Carrigleamleary, as stated by Sir Dominic Sarsfield, ib.

, —, suit of, with John Power, 524.

, —, surrender and re-grant of lands in Cork, 517.

, Dominic, 325.

, John, 496.

, Miles, 476.

, Mr., 44.

, Robert, 496.

, Walter, ib.

Rochell, 50.

Rochelle, 24.

Roches, the, plantation by, in Ireland, 17.

Rochester, 383.

Rock Barkley, in Limerick, seignory of, 430.

Rockbarklie, alias Magnestie, in Limerick, 577.

Roe, Sir Francis, commmander of, in Loughfoyle, xxiii.

, —, English soldiers assigned to, 10.

, —, number of his men, 33, 80, 97, 229, 364, 366.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428, 477, 510, 544, 547.

Rollestone, Richard, 550.

Rolls, the Master of, his yearly fee, 338.

, Mastership of, in Ireland, Francis Aungier named to, 580.

Rome, a letter from, circulated in Ireland, 12.

"Rood" (road), of Leghorn, 278.

Roope, a pirate prisoner, brought to Dublin, 186.

Rooper, see Roper.

Roper, Sir Thomas, number of his men, 33.

, —, 97.

, —, addition of 50 men to his company, 141.

, —, pension for, 150.

, —, petition of, 318, 321, 366, 466, 495, 508, 510, 529.

, —, Knight, farmer of lands of late Earl of Desmond, 577.

Roscommon, castle of, Fugitive Earls indicted for design to seize it, lxii.

, —, ruined, 258.

, xcix, c, ci.

, transplantation of Græmes into, xcix.

, under Sir Ralph Sidley, ib.

, terms of his agreement, ib.

, made with the commissioners of the middle shires, ib.

, dated 12th Sept. 1606, ib.

— county, 324.

, Brian Kelly's lands in, 134.

Rose, Lennan de, engineer, 80.

Ross, part of, not to be included in the charter of Wexford, 132.

, in Wexford, Chichester suggests it as a most convenient place to build King's ships, 88.

Rossbranagh, lands of, 185.

Ross Carbery, suggested as the second county town on the proposed division of the county, in preference to Youghal, 220.

Rosse, John, 313.

Rotheram, Sir Thomas, delivers men to Lieut Smyth, 4.

, —, number assigned to, 10.

, —, number of his men, 33, 97, 231, 510.

Routlege, Quintin, pensioner, 337. See Rutledge.

Rowe, see Roe.

Rowles, Wm., pensioner, 338.

Rowley, John, lxxxii.

, —, commissioned by city of London to view the lands the city had undertaken to plant, ib.

, —, commissioner from city of London for plantation, 266.

, Mr., 365.

, —, title of composition made for, 420.

Rowte, the, a county of Antrim, xiii.

, formerly inhabited by English, xiv.

, in Antrim, 446.

Royalties of Tyrconnell and Coleraine, reserved to Derry, 136.

Ruish, see Rush.

"Running-post," the, rapid rate of, 281.

Rush, Sir Frances, 97. See Rushe.

Rushe, Sir Francis, number of his men, 33, 325, 366, 379.

, —, high character of, 434.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428, 510, 547.

, —, grant of abbey of Ballyboggan to, 523.

Ruske, M'Mahon's dwelling at, 170.

Russell, Edward, 548.

, Sir William, Lord Deputy, 401.

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

Russia, the men sent to Sweden to be rather employed in service of, 422.

Rutledge, Quintin, 511.

Ryche, see Riche.

, Barnaby, 106, 367.