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

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Sachinwell, Francis, 549.

Sackford, Capt., 368, 550.

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

Salisbury, Earl of, his strict watch on the fugitives, xl.

, —, considers it necessary to make the fugitives' countries the King's after the flight, lv.

, —, hawks offered to, by Sir R. Boyle, 41.

, —, books presented to, by Sir J. Davys, 135.

, —, report on province of Munster to, by Sir Dominick Sarsfield, ib.

, —, said to purpose being an undertaker in plantation, 391.

, —, maps of escheated counties, a set of, presented for his own use, 402.

, —, Sir J. Davys, sues to be an undertaker under him, 426.

, —, barony of Clogher falls to, as undertaker, 434.

, —, letters of, found in Sir G. Fenton's papers, and returned, 528.

Salkeld, see Saukewell.

Salt, proposition regarding, 424.

Saltford, Michael, 550.

Samford, Lient., sent to recruit for the service of Sweden, 296.

, —, raises a company for Sweden, 305.

Sanctriffe (Santry), tithes of, granted to T. Earl of Ormond, 506.

Sarsfield, Sir Dominie, 73, 112, 233, 338, 339, 340, 362, 393, 466, 476.

, —, writes in the Lord President's absence to Chichester, 30.

, —, takes deposition of Falslaff, ib.

, —, report on the province of Munster, 135.

, —, book on escheated lands of Munster, ib.

, —, charged by Lord Roche about purchase of lands from Sir Robert Ashfield, 162.

, —, second justice of King's Bench, his yearly fee, 338.

, —, Chief Justice in Munster, 339.

, —, his yearly fee, ib.

, —, contention between him and Lord Roche, about Sir Dominic's purchase of Carrigleamleary, 340.

, —, takes deposition of William Duffe, 393.

, —, proposed to be made Chief Justice of Common Pleas, 422.

, —, —, approved of, 424.

Saukewell, 480, 495.

Savadges, the, settled in Lecale, xii. See Savage.

Savage, Lord, inherits Little Ardes, ib.

, Sir Arthur, 379.

, Rowland, pensioner, 337.

, Robert, 512.

Savoy, the, mastership of, 391.

Sawle, rectory of, belonging to monastery of St. Patrick, 448.

Saxbridge, pirate, 69.

, Captain, detained by storm, 130.

, —, offers to seize the pirate Jennings, 131.

Saxey, Justice, would exclude Irish and English born in Ireland from the administration, xxi.

, —, has reported to Salisbury faithfully on state of the country, 172.

, —, might have easily made a fortune by private practices, but is poor, 173.

, —, seeks appointment as King's counsel in Marches of Wales, ib.

, —, solicits the place of Baron Heron, 263.

Say, the Lord, principal undertaker in Armagh, with the names of his consorts, their means and abilities, 550.

, and Seal, Lord, suit of, for land in O'Neal-land, 425.

, —, proposes to build a town called Cranbourne, and a fort called "Cecille's Fort," ib.

Scarcity in England, export of corn to, to be licensed because of, 119.

Scio, island of, Kerson, the pirate, sails to, 279.

Scotch and English planters to meet at markets, 406.

, and at sessions and assizes, ib.

— captains report preparations in Spain, for invasion of Ireland, 394.

Scotland, supposed by some to be the destination of the fugitives, xxxvii.

, —, 200 soldiers sent out of, into Ireland, 22.

, instructions of Privy Council to Chichester, regarding, ib.

Scots, the, make descents on Antrim coast, xii.

, descents of, on Antrim coast, xiv.

, expel M'Quillin, ib.

Scott, Sir Walter, his Border Minstrelsy, xcvi.

Scottish soldiers sent into Ireland, 10.

, rates of pay to, ib.

Scoutmaster-general, Sir Thomas Dutton to be, 432, 507.

Scurlock, Walter, of the Frayne, co. Meath, 324.

"Sea-flower," the, ship a transport to Sweden, 287.

"Seamew," the, timber shipped on board of, 149.

, charter-covenant of, ib.

Sedgrave, Mr., 90.

, 247.

, Nicholas, of Ballyhack, co. Dublin, 325.

, Walter, ib.

, Richard, ib.

Seigworth, Capt. Henry (for Skipworth?), 101.

Selskar, 222.

Seminaries, foreign, sons of noblemen and gentlemen not to be educated in, 175.

, their information works strange effects in the nation, 399.

Seminary, emissaries from, reported as plotting against the King's life, 49.

Seminary priests, dangerous character of, 143.

, spread reports of invasion, 269.

Semple, Richard, 506.

Seneschalships, no more to be granted, 119.

Septs, Irish, completely dependent on the great lords, xxxi.

, —, independent estates created in them, xxxiii.

— of the Erenaghs, 410.

Sergeantey, release of Sir J. Davys from, 153.

Servitors, list of proposed undertakers, how and when made, xci.

, to be chosen to have lands in the plantation, 63.

, names to be sent forward by Chichester, 129.

, Chichester to send list of, to be set down in Tyrone, 128.

, English, proportions allotted to, in the plantation, 181.

— and English undertakers must begin to plant at same time, 212.

, must defend the borders and fastnesses for the planters, ib.

, Sir Thomas Williams, an aged servitor, wishes to undertake, 213.

, Captain Steward, leader of a company out of Scotland, wishes to undertake, 218.

, —, is to be favoured as one of that country that bore the brunt of the first service against the rebels, ib.

, civil and military, fit to be undertakers, and where to be placed, lists of, by Sir Arthur Chichester, 365.

, list of the Council willing, ib.

, —, who might be induced, 365, 366.

, captains of companies having already fixed residences in Ulster, 366.

, —, who have none, ib.

, constables and captains of boats ib.

, other knights, servitors, and pensioners in pay, fit with help, 366, 367.

, —, fit without help, ib.

, —, under their friends who may be undertakers, 367, 368.

, suggests all lieutenants, ensigns, and Serjeants in the northern counties, 368.

, —, and others in other counties, now late in pay, ib.

, —, Lord Cursie and Lord Delvin offer to be, ib.

— and natives' precincts, 405.

, —, conditions of settlement of, 412.

, list of, meet to be undertakers, 428.

, rules for choice of, ib.

, none to be admitted but "martial men," with three exceptions, 428.

, Lord Audley undertakes as a servitor, 467.

, Captain Richard Tyrrell prays that he may undertake as, 468.

, proclamation of Lord Deputy and Commissioners, 1610, as to conditions of plantation for servitors, 490.

, Lord Audley the first to undertake as a servitor, 500.

, afterwards so many pressed forward, that there was a difficulty to provide for them, ib.

, most of those provided for had previously set up their rest in Ulster, ib.

, the unprovided are soothed with hopes of being placed under the Londoners, or the bishops, or in the glens of Tyrone, ib.

, to license the British undertakers to keep the Irish as tenants, would be to injure the servitors who were promised them on their portions, 502.

, wrong of the commissioners who prepared the scheme to leave so little land to the servitors and natives, ib.

, monstrous to thrust the servitors with all the natives of one whole county that paid the King 2,000l. a year rent, into one single barony, 503.

, Chichester had given up his own 3,000 acres to enlarge their lands, 504.

, has not 3,000 acres of so good land in all Enishowen, ib.

, of Irish birth, 512.

, statement of the number of proportions remaining to be assigned to the servitors and natives, after the Termon and other lands are assigned, 547.

, list of names of, undertakers in Ulster, ib.

, unfairly treated in distribution of precincts, 521.

Seven septs of the Queen's County, see Moores, the.

Seville, college of, mission from every year to Rome, 50.

Sexten, George, 73, 74, 229.

, Edmund, of Limerick, 85.

, Mr. George, 367.

, —, secretary to Sir Arthur Chichester, 79, 101.

, Edward, surrender and re-grant to, of abbey of Ffayres, 148.

, Arthur, high sheriff of Tipperary, brings an informer to Bishop of Limerick, 462.

Shaen, Sir Francis, 107, 486.

, —, question raised against, by the O'Ferralls, 407.

, —, contest of the O'Ferralls with, 449.

, —, and the O'Ferralls, order in this cause, 486.

Shanganah, co. Dublin, 325.

Shannon, ironworks on, 530.

, pirates at mouth of, 142.

Sharpe, George, 477.

Shaughness, William, 231.

Shea, Henry, mayor of Kilkenny, 522.

, —, reports a supposed plot to Lord Butler, ib.

Sheale, a minister of Earl of Tyrone, resides in, at Blackwater, 280.

Sheath, see Shea.

Sheephaven, boats driven to, 35.

Shelton, William, 373.

Shepherd, Henry, 549.

Sheriff, eric of a, in Maguire's country, xix.

, —, the first ever made in Tyrone or Tyrconnell, ib.

Sherlock, James, grant to, of lands in Waterford, 282.

Sherwood, Henry, 352, 478.

Shillelagh, 88, 90, 93, 95, 96.

, wood of, and others adjacent, would supply enough for the King's ships for 20 years, 88.

, —, a receptacle of thieves and ill disposed members, 90.

, —, Mr. Myttene and partners, who have bought the timber, offer to build a strong castle there, 90, 95.

, —, Mr. Philip Cottingham employed to survey the wood, 93, 96.

, —, a ward placed at Carnew in, 95.

— —, the very den of the woodkerne and rebels of the borders of Dublin, ib.

— —, who had often sounded in the ears of the English in the time of Pheagh (Fay) M'Hugh, ib.

Ship, a Spanish, seized by pirates at Baltimore, 100.

Shipping, timber for, for 20 years in Shillelagh and adjacent woods, 88.

, Chichester suggests that ships be built in Ireland or at Milford, ib.

, or at Ross in Wexford, ib.

Ships, King's, to be kept on the coast in summer rather than in winter, 420.

Short, Robert, of Weymouth, sailor, examination of, 12.

— —, reports preparations at the Groyne for an expedition, 13.

, —, fleets in readiness at several places, ib.

, —, Irish soldiers to embark in them, ib.

, —, resists Father Archer's efforts to convert him, 13.

"Shrifery" [Shrievalty] of Tyrone, granted to Rice Gilmore, 413.

Shrowle and Galway, passage between, rebels in, 298.

— —, damage done by, recovered off the country, ib.

Sibthorpe, John, third justice of King's Bench, 338.

, Christopher, 112, 233.

, Mr. Justice, 73, 75.

Sidley, Sir Ralph, 222.

, —, his agreement with the commissioners of the middle shires between England and Scotland, xcix.

, —, undertakes to plant his seigniory at Roscommon with the Græmes of Esk, Leven, and Sark, ib.

, —, their objections to Roscommon, ci.

, —, all fly but seven, cii.

, —, claim of, for arrears, 395.

, Lady, 493.

, —, bill to, 19.

, —, widow of Henry Malby, 257.

Sidney, Sir Henry, his proposal for a council of Munster, xviii.

, —, reply of Byrne to, 177.

— Sir John, granted 18 out of 22 ballibos to abbey lands in the county of Coleraine, 565.

, —, which are purchased by the Earl of Tyrone, ib.

, —, four ballibos (balance of 22) were granted to Sir Toby Caulfeild, being part of the possessions of the abbey of Anogh, in same county, ib.

Silver plate, license to Nich. Wise to import 900 ounces, 329.

Silvester, (Sylvester), Father, a Jesuit, at Valladolid, 49.

, —, minister of the college, 51.

Simpson, Humphry, 77.

Sinnot, Richard, 222.

Skipwith, Capt. Henry, 547.

Slane, town of, lix.

, Lord Howth at, 162.

Slewgannon, mountain of, 294.

Slewsishe, mountain of, 294.

, lands of, in Ulster, sued for by Tyrlogh O'Neale, 438.

Sligo, map of, in Queen Elizabeth's day, showing the coast, with castles built by the Irish, xciv, note.

, sheriff of, 228.

, —, payment to, for safe keeping of Brian M'Donogh, ib.

, Donel O'Knoher [O'Conachar], Lord of, 465.

, garrison commanded by Sir J. Fullerton, 508.

Slingsby, Sir Francis, 228, 508.

Slught Airta, 61.

, woods of, to be reserved in Lord Audley's proposal to the King, 259.

Slutart, see Slught Airta.

Slute Arte, see Slught Airta.

Smith, Gildaff, 511.

, Sir Thomas, fee payable out of revenue of commissary of victuals in Tyrconnell, 301.

, Thomas, 507.

, William, 508.

, Edward, reversion of his pension, 48.

, Capt. Anthony, 367, 509, 547.

, —, to be an undertaker, 428.

, —, was granted five ballibos adjacent to the castle of the Moyry in Orier for 21 years, 10 June, 4th Jas. I., 554.

, Sir William, impeaches title of Sir J. Hamilton, 168.

, —, an undertaker in Tyrone, 180.

Smithes, George, 360, 488.

, —, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Smyth, Thomas, 78, 80, 367.

, Sir Thos., clerk of the Council, 162.

, Lieutenant, musters delivered to, 4.

Soccage, free and common, tenure by, 160.

Soldiers, English, sent into Ireland, 20.

, 100 still wanting, ib.

, conducted by Earl of Thomond, ib.

, complaint against the President of Munster for lodging them on county of Waterford, 446.

Somersetshire, names of chief undertakers of Munster, from, lxxvi.

Somersett, Robert Friswell, great satisfaction of, with the country in Coleraine, 290.

, —, its products, 291.

Sorleboy, uncle of Angus M'Connell, xiii.

Southampton, Earl of, 579.

South Wales, how the English language was preserved in parts of, 358.

Southwell, Mathew, 550.

Southworth, Edward, 510.

, Mr., 367.

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

Soutoum, Edward, 383.

Spain, supposed by some to be the Earls' destination, xxxvii.

, —, reasons why this is unlikely, xxxviii.

, dangerous persons from, 474.

, great preparations in, to assist Tyrone, 31.

, King of, 83, 98, 105, 120.

, —, Lord Delvin will not rebel with Tyrconnell unless aided by, lxvi.

, —, ordered by the Pope to assist Tyrone, 13.

, Irish fugitives in, ib.

, —, expected to turn all his forces to the northern countries if the war with the Low Countries be renewed, 25.

, —, Tyrone is reported to seek to get the King of Spain to mediate for his pardon and return to Ireland, 120.

, —, Irish regiment sent to, 393.

, reports of intended invasion from 399.

, aid to Tyrone from, 23.

, doings of the Irish in, Cornwallis's report on, 179.

Spainah [Spaniagh], Donnell Kavanagh, 465.

Spaniard, a, that lived with Tyrone, account of his goods rendered by Sir Toby Caulfeild after the flight, 537.

, his wife and children relieved, 543.

Spaniards and French, Captain Tobin employed for the French, 379.

, —, his statement of his services in that war, ib.

Spanish cannon of 1588 taken out of the sea at Dunluce, 303.

Spicer, Alexander, 211.

Spies on the conduct of the fugitives, xl, xli.

— set to follow them over Italy, xliii.

St. Ambrose, college of, at Valladolid, 51.

St. Barbe, Capt. John, 508, 510.

St. George, Ensign, men delivered to, 4.

St. James's Day, the day of that blessed Saint in Heaven and great monarch on earth, xci.

, Chichester opens the commission of 1610 on that day to give the Ulster undertakers possession, ib.

St. John, Sir Oliver, lxxxviii, 78, 80, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 117, 118, 222, 241, 253, 254, 363, 366, 481, 485, 486, 507, 510.

, —, advises that no grants of the fugitives' lands be made, but that they be let to the natives at dear rates, lv.

, —, suit of, recommended for certain leases, 24.

, —, joins the plantation commissioners, 294.

, —, Chichester's instructions to, at going to England, 144.

, —, pension of, 168.

, —, an undertaker in Tyrone, 180.

, —, reports to Salisbury on his northern journey for the plantation, 303.

, —, on Erenagh lands, ib.

, —, on claims of the natives, ib.

, —, on the Swedish expedition, ib.

, —, on the London plantation, 304.

, —, master of the ordnance, 547.

, —, number of his men, 33.

, Sir William, 330, 354, 371.

, —, to be sent against the Munster pirates, 29.

, —, troops of, dismissed, 43.

, —, return from Out Islands, ib.

, —, captain of the "Advantage," 301.

, —, demands 500l. for provision, 303.

, —, claims Spanish cannon taken out of the sea, ib.

, —, prisoners given in charge to, 398.

, William, of co. Tipperary, 324.

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

— of Jerusalem, monastery of, 441.

St. Law, Thomas, 550.

St. Leger, Sir Antony, 73, 116, 117, 200, 212, 347.

, —, pension of, 168.

, —, commissioner for plantation, 171.

, —, report by, 579.

, "young," deserts the party of the fugitives, xl.

St. Lucar, war ships to come to Ireland from, 13.

, eight ships preparing to go to, 398.

St. Malo, O'Falstaff takes ship at, 30.

St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, granted (with exceptions) to John Wakeman, 506.

St. Omer, English college at, 50.

St. Patrick's Purgatory, in Termon Magragh, 288.

St. Paule, Sir George, license of, for sale of wines and usquebagh, 415.

St. Sebastian, town of, 53.

St. Thomas, abbey of, in Down, 448.

Stafford, Sir Francis, solicits a pension, 47.

, —, 84, 366.

, —, pensioner, 338.

, —, pension of, 438.

Stainhurst, see Stanihurst.

Stalling, Mr., 287.

Standon, Sir Anthony, pension of, 168.

Stanhope, Lord, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Stanhowe, William, 550.

, Henry, ib.

Stanihurst, Captain, 393.

, —, Irish soldiers under command of, 393.

, —, a gentleman of co. of Dublin, 398.

Stanley, Giles, 227.

, —, pursuivant at arms, 76.

, Sir Rowland, lxxvi.

Stanton, Thomas, 559.

Star Chamber, 382.

Statute 11th of Elizabeth for attainder of Shane O'Neil, 553.

, effects of that Act, ib.

Statutes, Irish, to be collected and published, 190.

, —, book of, to be published, but delayed by the Ulster journey, 300.

Staughton, John, 512.

Stephens, Thomas, 101.

Steward, Captain [ ], 97, 218, 236.

, —, number of his men, 33.

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

, —, number of Scottish soldiers assigned to, 10.

, Sir Robert, ought to come with money for the troops for Sweden, 272.

, —, colonel in the force designed for Sweden, 287.

, —, all wood kerne and loose people to be enlisted with, for Sweden, 292.

, —, arrives at Dublin and goes to camp at Cavan, 296.

, —, recruits very willing at first, but now decline the service, ib.

, —, withdraw into the woods, ib.

, —, sends Lieutenant Samford to recruit, among them, ib.

, —, three transports arrived at Loughfoyle and one at Carlingford, ib.

, Captain William, 366, 510, 547.

, —, recommended as a servitor, 448.

Stone, Thomas, 550.

Story, William, 511.

Stowell, Sir John, lxxv.

Stoughton, Anthony, 367.

, John, ib.

Strabane, Straban, recommended to be reserved, 61.

, 366.

, precinct of, 404.

Straits, the, 209.

Strange, Thomas, mayor of Waterford, 43.

Strangforde, town and water of, 448.

Strong, Patrick, 79.

Stroude, John, bill to, 19.

, —, 103, 368, 484, 510.

, —, and Francis Annesley, Chichester's agents for obtaining for him a grant of the barony of Enishowen, 103.

Strutton, William, 548.

Stuart, Lady Arabella, petitions for grant of duties on hides, 152.

, —, objections to petition and answers, 153.

, —, grant of privilege to license sale of wines, aquavitæ, &c., for 21 years, 318.

, —, patent of, for license of wines and usquebagh, 414.

, —, a special grant of the King, owing to her rank and estimation, 415.

Submissions of Irish chiefs to James I., on what conditions received, xxxii.

Sudbury, in the bishopric of Durham, 23.

Supplies, certificate of last, from Lord Treasurer, 4.

Supremacy, oath of, mayors, &c., decline it, 371.

, —, to be exacted from all grantees of land on the plantation, 63.

, —, some of the natives may be excepted, ib.

, —, refused by mayors, sheriffs, &c., 420.

, —, whether such are to be removed from office, 420.

, —, complaints regarding, ib.

, —, answer touching it, 424.

Surgeon to the State, Edmund Cullen, 507.

Surrenders, Act of, 12 Elizabeth, xxv.

, —, small result from, ib.

, —, nature of, ib.

, —, tenants made tenants at will, xxvi.

, —, evils not lessened under James I., xxvi.

— —, it is decided to remedy these evils, xxviii.

, commission of, issued, ib.

, —, mode of procedure under, xxix.

, re-grants of lands have been made, 452.

, under commission of defective titles, list of, 324.

, but not returned into Chancery, ib.

, commission of, and defective titles, to be renewed, 420.

Surrey men, brought over to Dublin, 4.

Survey, the new, of escheated lands, very laborious and costly, 270.

, taken in 1608, lxxix.

Surveyor-general, is deputy escheator, and "cheateth well for himself and friends," 408.

Sussex, Earl of, presidency proposed by, for Ulster, xv.

, —, nature thereof, ib.

Sutton, Auditor, 333.

, Chichester stays his grant of the lands of Kilmainham, lying on north side of the Liffey, ib.

Sweden, 67, 251, 334, 496.

, transplantation of swordmen to, lxxvii.

, transport of 1,000 men to, 263.

, cost of transport, ib.

, men in readiness to be transported, 264.

, native Irish to be sent, ib.

, no English to go with them, 265.

, where raised, 271.

, how provided, ib.

, danger of bringing them together in the province of Ulster, ib.

, prisoners in Coleraine county spared and sent to serve in, 281.

, recruiting for this service assigned to Presidents of Munster and Connaught, and to Earl of Thomond, 286.

, 300 or 400 ready to be transported to, by Capt. Rd. Bingley, 251.

, hereafter Irish and English captains to be employed, ib.

, service in, declared by priests and Jesuits to be unlawful, 300.

, expedition of Irish troops to, 304.

, mutiny at Carlingford, ib.

, Chichester's steps in repressing, ib.

, this expedition carries away 900 troublesome natives of Ulster, ib.

, and cessers of the Pale, ib.

, and followers of the Cavanaghs, Byrnes, and Tooles, ib.

, all cruel wild malefactors and thieves, 305.

, transportation of Ulster swordmen to, 334.

, Capt. Lichfield's account of their mutiny on board ship in Carlingford Lough, ib.

, Hugh Boy O'Neale, their leader, son of Sir Turlough M'Henry, ib.

, Hugh Boy O'Neale, was joined in command, 334.

, —, has since deserted, ib.

, Sir Thomas Phillips was present, ib.

, 200 or 300 ready for transport to, 343.

, Irish should command them, ib.

, English should be kept in the country, ib.

, the swordmen had better be employed in the service of Russia than Sweden, 371.

, 600 Irish of Ulster sent off (Sept. 25, 1610) thither in two ships, under Capt. Richard Bingley, 496.

, how the fear of being transported thither vexes the people of Ulster, ib.

— no less than the late distribution of escheated lands, ib.

, the able and idle have from this fear run to the woods again, ib.

, but got 200 of them through bonds for their appearance, ib.

, the officers employed to transport them should for the future have liberty to punish with death for running away, ib.

, 200 were from Ulster, the rest of the 600 from Munster and Connaught, ib.

, some were English, as may appear from their names, ib.

, others pirates or desperadoes, who embraced this mode of escape, ib.

, service of, new levy of Irish for, 458.

, Art Oge O'Neal's sons, and Oghy Oge O'Hanlon's sons, sent to, 544.

Swethen, see Sweden.

Swethland, see Sweden.

Sweveland, see Sweden.

Swillabeg, 38.

Switheland, see Sweden.

Swordmen, of Ulster, transplanted to Sweden, lxxvii.

, cannot be displanted, 176.

, or idle gentlemen, removal of, 161.

, fresh disarming of, ordered, ib.

, the, do not affect the service of Sweden, 272.

, are all peers, and prefer to be commanded by a stranger rather than to serve under one of their own number, 296.

, Irish, a new levy of, for Sweden, 459.

Sydley, see Sidley.

Sylvester, Father, an English Jesuit, resident at Burgos, 23.

Synnot, Sir William, 76.