Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1608-1610. Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1874.
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Taaffe, Cornet, 127.
—, James, said to swear falsely against Sir G. Moore, 140.
—, Richard, 512.
—, Sir William, 367.
—, —, Sir Richard Boyle's reversion on book of, 397.
—, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.
—, —, complaint of Lady Desmond against, 449.
Tabular view of all such as offer to become principal undertakers in Ulster, with their consorts, and abilities and estates as themselves allege, 548.
Taeffe, see Taaffe.
Talbot, Walter, 76, 367.
—, —, to be respected in the settlement of Cavan, 56.
Tanfield, Sir Laurence, 116.
Tanistry, custom of, abandoned by Magennis, xi.
Tarbert, bestowed on Patrick Crosbie, as whereon to plant the Moores and other Queen's County septs, 217.
—, granted to P. Crosby for transplanting the seven septs of Leix, lxxiv, lxxv.
—, John, 550.
Temporal lands, already granted, how marked in map of escheated counties, 402.
—, not to be alienated, 175.
Tenants-at-will under the great English barons, xxx.
—, tenants by lease, less dependent, xxxi.
—, with leases to be promoted by Act of Parliament, ib.
Tennis court, 321, 322.
Tenures, conversion of, xxv and foll.
—, extent of, not certain, xxvi.
—, by knight's service, in capite, and of the Castle of Dublin, an unfit and hard mode of tenure, 160.
Termon lands, lxxxvi.
—, the purpose of the commission of July 1609, concerning, ib.
—, the Bishop of Derry claims them as church lands, ib.
—, how they are not church lands, ib.
—, again found for the King, lxxxviii.
—, distinguished in the maps, lxxxix.
—, and church lands, in Monaghan, xxx.
—, tenure of, 160.
—, plantation of, 171.
—, report of, 180.
—, must be defined in the Ulster plantation, 211.
—, will take time, and plantation must be deferred till 1610, ib.
—, jurors' report on, 280.
—, property of, in the erenaghe and his sept, 283.
—, note of, in Ulster, 293.
—, the King's title in, found by juries, 389.
— and erenagh lands granted to bishops as a free donation of the King, 410.
—, in county of Coleraine, 564.
—, their nature set forth, ib.
— corb (coarb) of, ib.
—, to be passed to the bishops, 246.
— gained for the church by the Bishop of Derry, 256.
Termon-Magrath, a country in Fermanagh, ix.
—, dispute regarding, between Archbishop of Cashel and Bishop of Derry and Clogher, 288.
Termon-o-Mongan, a country in Fermanagh x.
Terrell, see Tyrrell.
Terry, David, see Tirry.
Thetford, court at, 134.
Thimble, William, violent letter of, to Salisbury, against the Jesuits and native Irish, 283.
—, —, urges renewal of recusancy fines, 284.
—, —, offers 4,000l. a year for farm of, ib.
Thomond, Donogh, Earl of, 76, 97, 200, 217, 325, 338, 354, 366, 476, 483, 507, 510, 551.
—, —, men delivered to, 5.
—, —, bill to, 19.
—, —, conducts English soldiers into Ireland, 20.
—, —, to be a member of Council of Munster, xviii.
—, —, proposed increase of his horse refused by Privy Council, 46.
—, —, communication of, with pirates, 142.
—, —, proceedings against the pirates, 151.
—, —, loses the use of his right arm in taking Jennings, 162.
—, —, recommends Dr. Daniel as Archbishop of Tuam, 186.
—, —, brings pirates prisoners to Dublin, ib.
—, —, grant to, of 100l. a year in lands, 396.
—, —, grant of town of Catherlogh to, ib.
—, —, meant to settle a strong plantation there to bridle the Kavanaghs, Moores, and Connors, 396.
—, —, prevented by Sir W. Harpol'e's lease, ib.
—, —, deceived and frustrated by Sir Adam Loftus, ib.
—, —, his dispute with Sir A. Loftus, report on, submitted by Chichester to Salisbury, 400.
—, —, his petition, ib.
—, —, dispute with Sir Adam Loftus, 411.
—, —, —, order therein, 412.
—, —, charged by Barnaby Riche with passing patents for so many lands that the parchment roll is 16 yards long, 552.
—, —, fine paid by, 579.
—, country of, clerk of Council in, fees received by the, 261.
—, commander of forces in, Earl of Thomond, 507.
Thompson, Isaac, 548.
Thornton, Sir George, 487.
—, Thomas, 487, 493.
Throgmorton, ancient, raise a company for Sweden, 305.
—, Capt., servitor, be an undertaker, 428.
Thurston, John, 548.
Tibbot-ne-Long, Sir Theobald Bourke (Theobald of the ships), 298.
Till, Henry, 511.
Tilletsone, information of, doubted, 49.
Timber woods, goodliest timber in Glanconkein and Killeitragh, 208.
—, of Kilbarre and Kilcoran in co. Waterford, 225.
—, concordatum paid to Philip Cottingham, carpenter, for hewing of timber there, ib.
—, West India merchants buy from proprietors, 530.
—, Mr. Tokefeild ordered to stop the trade in, ib.
—, Mr. Myttene employed to value, 88.
—, has bought the woods of Shillelagh from Sir H. Harrington, ib.
—, this wood and others of the King's adjacent would supply the King's ships for 20 years, ib.
—, in Munster greatly wasted, ib.
—, none in Donegal or Coleraine, ib.
—, but much in Glanconkeyne and Killetra, 89.
—, none about Carrickfergus nearer than Belfast, ib.
—, those of Killultagh, ib.
—, those of Fermanagh, ib.
—, Mr. Myttene should be employed to survey all the woods in the kingdom, ib.
—, he and his partners offer to build a strong castle in Shillelagh, 90.
—, Mr. Cottingham employed to survey those of Munster, and of Shillelagh and between Dublin and Wexford, 93.
—, agreement between Wilson, Dudley Norton, and Thomas Crooke for purchase of, about Bantry Bay, 101.
—, T. Younge, vice-treasurer of Munster, proposes that the chief woods of Munster be seized into the King's hands, 114.
—, Chichester directs P. Cottingham to send 56 tons of timber to the Thames as a specimen, 126.
—, Londoners ask for those of Glanconkein and Killeitragh, 349.
—, are offered the use of them, but not the soil, ib.
—, they are 20 miles long, ib.
—, those in Tyrone much wasted, ib.
—, the King has none of any value but in Ulster, 370.
—, Chichester asks for a surveyor, ib.
—, will be all used in the plantation, ib.
—, such benefit from export of pipe staves and clap boards that there is no stopping the trade, and cutting down of woods, ib.
Tipperary county, to what undertakers set out, lxxvi.
Tircanada and Coole, precinct of, 405.
Tirhugh, precinct of, 406.
Tiriagh, a country in Armagh, x.
Tirmin O'Mingan, see Termon-o-Mongan.
Tirrell, Capt., interrogatory to Sir G. Moore about, 165.
—, —, his answer, 168.
Tirry, David, 77, 79.
—, —, to have wardship of Robert Meighe, 525.
—, Patrick, alderman of Cork, first to take oath of supremacy there, 518.
—, —, hated in consequence, ib.
—, —, seeks employment in the Deputy's service, 519.
Tithes in Ulster having been relinquished by the bishops to the incumbents, the bishops are to be indemnified, 246.
Titles, the King's, to escheated lands are cleared, 452.
—, defective commission of, xxviii.
— to lands of escheated counties, whether King's or subjects', recorded in a book, 410.
—, compositions made for, 420.
Toaghaghie, part of, to be given to Sir Tyrlow O'Neill, 177–178.
Tobbin, lands and mill of, 289.
Tobin, Capt. James, 379, 380.
—, —, prays lands to value of 50l. a year in co. Kilkenny, 547.
—, —, and a grant of concealed lands throughout Ireland, ib.
—, —, his services in France against the Spaniards, 379.
—, —, King of France gives him a pension, ib.
—, —, Sir H. Power, Sir Francis Rush, and Sir Lawrence Esmond being ordered into Ireland (for Tyrone's war), the captain is induced by Sir Lawrence Esmond, then general in France, to quit France for Ireland, ib.
—, —, Earl of Ormond, general in Ireland, urges him to come, ib.
—, —, is made in Ireland corporal of the field, ib.
—, —, was taken prisoner with the Earl of Ormond by Owny O'Moore, ib.
—, —, Sir Arthur Savage, general in France, promised to get him a pension from the Queen of 5s. a day, ib.
—, —, the French King gave him one of 4s. 6d. a day, ib.
—, —, all his certificates of service burnt in Cahir Castle at the siege, ib.
Tod, John, Bishop of Down, writes to save his right to mastership of the Savoy, 391.
Toghrany, a county in Armagh, x.
—, now possessed by Earl of Tyrone, ib.
—, barony of, area of, 402, 405.
Toghrighie, lands of, 62.
Tokefield, Mr., 480, 550.
—, —, project of, for ironworks in Munster, 419.
—, —, Sir Thomas Ridgeway's report in favour of, ib.
Tollochonco [Tulla hunco], precinct of, 405.
Tollogarvey, precinct of, ib.
Tompkins, Digory, alias Castle, of Youghal, depositions, 547.
Tompson, John, 77. See Thompson.
—, —, Captain, detained by storm, 130.
Tooles and Byrnes, 69.
Toome, iron ore at, 290.
—, valuable fishery at, ib.
—, other products, ib.
Toome Castle, 89, 494.
Torragh, see Torry,
Torry, island of, 1.
—, —, Tyrconnell rebels take refuge in, ib.
—, —, invested by Bingley, li.
—, —, surrender of the castle and massacre of the ward, lii.
—, —, treachery of the defenders to each other, liii.
—, —, rebels take refuge in, 26.
—, —, letters regarding, 34.
—, —, they escape from, ib.
—, —, boats employed there for five weeks, 230.
—, —, and Bealahane, granted, 12 Oct., 1 James I., to Sir James Fullerton, 573.
—, —, —, by him sold to Sir Ralph Bingley, ib.
—, —, and Bealahane, sold by Sir Ralph Bingley to Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.
Tougher, castle of, 80.
Toumond, see Thomond.
Tournay, college of, 44, 47.
Tower Hill, 383.
Towerson, William, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136, 360.
Towlagha, precinct of, 405.
Towns corporate, should not be rendered discontented by having the customs taken from them, 86.
—, but should be kept constant and faithful, without which all may be endangered some time or other (Chichester), ib.
—, must surrender the customs, 128.
—, the King will not allow the neglect or mere toleration of his predecessors to bind him, ib.
—, suits of the corporations, 128.
—, began to seek renewal of their charters, 214.
—, and confirmation of ancient liberties, ib.
—, how restricted in their new charters by Sir John Davys, ib.
—, by their old charters they might shut their gates against the King's Deputy, if he came with more forces than they could master, ib.
—, Sir John Davys has omitted this and the like from their new charters, ib.
Tracy, Sir Miles, defaced castle of, xi.
Trados, see Drogheda.
Tramontane, the suit against pirates into Munster, 28.
Transplantation of the Græmes, xcv–cii.
Travers, Gaspar, treachery of, xli.
—, —, a native of Munster, and denounced therefore as being "false as the devil," ib.
Treasurer's disbursements, docquet of, 19.
—, no part disbursed for his own account, ib.
—, the, has not a pound in his hands, 400.
Tredagh, see Drogheda.
Trenton, Thomas, 494.
Treswell, Robert, 488.
—, —, commissioned by city of London to view the territory the city had undertaken to plant, lxxxii.
Trevillian, Capt., 366.
—, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.
—, George, 466, 509.
—, —, warrant for provost-marshalship of Munster, 514.
Trevor, Capt., 367, 547.
—, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.
—, Edward, 229.
—, Sir Richard, 512.
—, —, pension of, 168.
—, —, undertaker in Armagh, 180.
—, William, 511.
—, a pirate, taken by Lord Thomond 186.
Tridagh, see Drogheda.
Trinity College, Dublin, 484, 487.
—, —, pay of six footmen warders of, 234.
—, —, given some churches in Derry county, 349.
—, —, grant to, of Dungiven Abbey, ib.
—, —, gets grant of Abbey of Kilmacrenan, 441.
—, —, patent to, for all the lands they purchased of Thomas Isham, 466.
Trinity, Dean and Chapter of Blessed, Dublin, 325.
—, Lord Chancellor (Jones), prays for a fee-farm of, 92.
—, fee-farm of, granted to Chancellor, 151.
Trough, a country in Monaghan, ix.
Trow, see Trough.
Tuam, Archbishop of, desires to resign his see in favour of Dr. Daniell, 184.
—, Florence O'Mulconnor made Archbishop of, 461.
—, Archbishop (Catholic) of, 474. See Florence Mulconry.
Tuchborne (Tichborne), Francis, sent into England by Francis Cresswell, 53.
Tuesday, a fortunate day for the English in Ireland, 14.
Tuirtres, the, of Clandeboy, xiii.
Tulleophelim, surrender of lordship of, 582.
Tulloghgarvie, barony in Cavan, set out to servitors and natives, 505.
Tunis, pirates at, 299.
Turner, William, 360.
—, —, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.
Turtures, the, see Tuirtres.
Turvin, William, 231.
Tyrconnell, county of, now (1609) called Donegal, 194.
—, assizes for, in 1609, at Lifford, ib.
—, the worst country of the north, ib.
—, people watching for forces from beyond the sea, ib.
—, the four notable rebels there in 1609, ib.
—, the four M'Swines, Sir Mulmury, M'Swiney na Do, M'Swiney Fanad, M'Swiney Banaght, the only men of account left in, 195.
—, is contained in county of Donegal, lx.
—, O'Donnell captain of, ib.
—, natives of said to be well affected to the law, xx.
—, —, reverenced the King's judge, ib.
—, —, but the chiefs opposed it, ib.
—, rebels of, all fly back from Tyrone on Chichester's arrival, 8.
—, services of officers against, acknowledged, 11.
—, all lands of, are now in the King's hands by old outlawry and by late rebellion, 17.
—, inhabitants of, murder a map maker, lxxxvii.
—, proclamation against rebels in, 27.
—, country, natives submitted quietly to the plantation, 499.
—, Earl of, 219.
—, —, opinion entertained of, xxxviii.
—, —, would have no support but for Tyrone, ib.
—, —, members of his family who accompanied him in flight, xxxix.
—, —, death of, at Rome, xlvii.
—, —, rumour of poison, ib.
—, —, ascribed to Jesuits and to the Spaniards, ib.
—, —, death really caused by fever caught at Ostia, xlviii.
—, —, his weak character, lxix.
—, —, Sir J. Davys's estimate of, ib.
—, —, how far guilty, lxv, lxvi.
—, —, his death relieves Chichester from apprehension, 22.
—, —, lands to be allotted to the mother of, 238.
—, — Caphar, child of his brother, arrested, 219.
—, —, he and the child of the late Earl of Tyrone to have only such allowance as may be fit for branches of such ill-deserving parents, ib.
—, —, death of his eldest son, 399.
—, —, his second son at the Court of Spain, ib.
—, —, three of his Irish followers dead, ib.
—, —, creation of earldom, 1 Jas. I., 567.
—, —, remainders to Caffer O'Donnell, ib.
—, —, to O'Donnell, Donel Oge, ib.
—, —, surrenders, and has a re-grant, 1 Jas. I., under the Stat. 12 Elizabeth, ib.
—, —, the effect of the re-grant is to extinguish the estates of the two septs of Laghire and O'Derry in the Erenagh lands they possessed time out of mind in the island of Derry, ib.
—, —, also the estates of all Erenaghs in Tyrconnell, since made the county of Donegal, 570.
—, —, afterwards obtains surrenders from the three M'Swynes of their respective territories, ib.
—, —, viz., M'Swyne Banagh, Faynad, and Ado [Na-Do], ib.
—, —, attainder of Rory Earl of Tyrconnell and Caffar and Donel Oge O'Donnell, ib.
—, —, grants a moiety of the fishings of Lough Foyle to James Hamilton, but not to extend beyond two miles above Lifford, 571.
—, —, the grant void because after treason committed, ib.
—, —, and because the Foyle being a Royal fishing, and not expressly mentioned as such in his patent from the King, "fishings" do not extend to grant it, ib.
—, —, conveys Kil M'Itrien and other lands in the barony of Kilmacrennan to P. Conley of Dublin, merchant, ib.
—, —, three months before the Earl fled, ib.
—, —, it is void, ib.
—, —, also a grant of Do Castle and eight quarters of land to John Arthur of Dublin, merchant, which is void, being dated 8 July, 5 Jas. I., ib.
—, —, also 29 quarters of land in Portlagh and Tirbrasil to Nicholas Weston, Mich. Term. 4 Jas. I., which is also void, 571, 572.
—, Countess of, 117.
—, —, her pension, ib.
—, —, widow of the late attainted Earl, ib.
—, Admiralty of, 136.
—, mother of, lands to be allotted, 183.
Tyrmonagrah, see Termon-Magrath.
Tyrone, Lower and Upper, governments of Ulster, xxiii.
—, county of, ix, 65.
—, —, has, with Coleraine, 5,000 able men, 159.
—, —, number of freeholders admitted in, said to be small, 161.
—, —, the great part of, comes to the King by Tyrone's attainder, 61.
—, —, chief septs of, ib.
—, —, forts of, ib.
— and Coleraine, the great numbers of able inhabitants, lxxxv.
— —, and the dangers to the planters consequent, ib.
—, county of, found escheated to Crown, in June 1608, lxxx.
—, —, proceedings at Dungannon thereto, ib.
—, —, proclamation against rebels in Tyrone, 27.
—, —, chief captain of, Sir Tirlaugh O'Neil, ix.
—, —, the half of, and more, let by composition to the Earl, ib.
—, —, all the land found by the commission to be escheated to the Crown, 16.
—, —, an abstract of His Majesty's title to the temporal lands in, 559.
—, —, an abstract of His Majesty's title to the ecclesiastical lands in, ib.
—, —, bishops' land in, 561.
—, —, Erenaghs' lands in, ib.
—, —, ecclesiastical lands lying out of the island of Derry, 568.
—, country of, vested in the Crown by Stat. 11th of Elizabeth by the attainder of Shane O'Neal, 553.
—, glens of, servitors not provided for, hope to be set down in, 500.
—, people of, warmly disposed to accept the King's law, xx.
—, —, reverenced the King's judge, ib.
—, —, attend the commission of oyer and terminer, 7.
—, project for settlement of, referred to Chichester, 129.
—, project for plantation of, 117.
—, report of committee of plantation, ib.
—, Lord Audeley's proposal for a plantation of 100,000 acres in, 258, 259.
—, natives of, discontented by the plantation, 499.
Tyrone, Catherine, Countess of, one of the fugitives, xxxix.
—, Countess of, her goods as returned in Sir Toby Caulfield's account, 535, 543.
—, Earl of, ix, 65, 66, 67, 81, 82, 115, 120, 122, 193, 199, 219, 325, 337, 353, 377, 383, 384, 474, 475.
—, —, told by Capt. Leigh that Chichester was appointed President of Ulster, xxii.
—, —, his alarm thereat, ib.
—, —, urges minor chiefs to forego their independent grants of estate, xxxiii.
—, —, and Tyrconnell, flight of, interrupts the progress of James I.'s policy, ib.
—, —, and Tyrconnell's treason, demands regarding, l.
—, —, embarkation of, at Rathmullen, xxxiii.
—, —, Sir J. Davys's account of Tyrone's conduct before the departure, xxxv.
—, —, visit to Mellifont, xxxvi.
—, —, return to Donegal and embarkation, ib.
—, —, seizes beeves for provision from an Englishman, ib.
—, —, motives of his flight, xxxvii.
—, —, his journey from Flanders to Italy, xlii.
—, —, sets out for Spain, but is recalled by the Archduke, xlii.
—, —, reaches Milan, ib.
—, —, proposal made to Wotton for his assassination, xliii.
—, —, strange interview with intended assassin, xliv–v.
—, —, referred to the King, xlvi.
—, —, his son seized with fever, xlviii.
—, —, lviii. See Flight of Fugitive Earls.
—, —, indicted as for treason for assuming the title of O'Neale, xliii, lxiv, lxv.
—, —, the separate indictment of Tyrone at Strabane, lxiv.
—, —, for assuming the title of O'Neale, ib.
—, —, the proofs offered, lxiv, lxv.
—, —, Tyrconnell told Delvin that Tyrone would join when the conspiracy should prove successful, lxvi.
—, —, probable cause of his flight, lxvii.
—, —, sends to Spain to know if he would be received there, lxviii.
—, —, flies for fear of arrest, ib.
—, —, his own account of his motives, lxix.
—, —, the insults he suffered from Sir John Davys, lxx.
—, —, has been with the Pope, 13.
—, —, has had a grant of the kingdom of Ireland from him, ib.
—, —, said to have been proclaimed King of Ireland, ib.
—, —, hopes that the Deputy will never have government of North of Ireland, 29.
—, —, his great repute at Rome, 30.
—, —, allowance to, from princes, ib.
—, —, his son of seven or eight years, 62.
—, —, how to be disposed of, ib.
—, —, how he forces Sir Donnel O'Cahan to forego the King's grant, 65.
—, —, Chichester confesses he fled for fear of his spies, 82.
—, —, spent hours upon him to try and make him loyal, ib.
—, —, Sir Charles Cornwallis depreciates him and Tyrconnell to the King of Spain, 83.
—, —, calls them "ragged rebels," ib.
—, —, tells him that other Kings would long since have treated them as the Kings of Spain did the Moors, ib.
—, —, Captain Tyrrell charges Sir Garrett Moore, viz., that he gave Tyrone warning that he (Tyrrell) was employed to take his life, 115.
—, —, said to be soliciting the King of Spain to mediate for his pardon and restoration to his country, 120.
—, —, "the style he giveth himself" (in Latin), 122.
—, —, oration delivered to him (in Latin) at Douay, ib.
—, —, lands of, have produced 2,000l., since his flight, 156.
—, —, agent of, in Spain, 179.
—, —, conference of this agent with Earl of Bothwell, ib.
—, —, fresh report of his hopes of return, 188.
—, —, reports renewed, 265.
—, —, rumours of his return have cooled men's affections to the Ulster plantation, 193.
—, —, his child and Tyrconnell's to have only such allowance as may be fit for branches of such ill parents, 219.
—, —, his horses and other things committed by him to his friend Captain Bartholomew Owine, ib.
—, —, he brought a young son of the Earl's to Chester secretly, ib.
—, —, intending to carry him to the Earl abroad, ib.
—, —, Chichester wishes they might be sent into England and put in occupations and other services, 240.
—, —, his younger sons to be kept in restraint, 264.
—, —, sends over O'Quin to obtain leave for him to return to Ireland, 325.
—, —, Shane O'Pounty, his treasurer, does the like, ib.
—, —, James Nott, pensioner, (being secretary to Tyrone), for betraying his secrets, 337.
—, —, claimed a moiety of the fishing of the Ban, 353.
—, —, his discontent at the Earl of Devonshire's claiming the whole, ib.
—, —, "malices" Sir N. O'Donnell, 454.
—, —, his treasons first, disclosed by Sir N. O'Donnell, ib.
—, —, Tyrone knew this, ib.
—, —, reports concerning his doings abroad, 461.
—, —, distrusted by Chichester, but he has given warning to the forts and garrisons, 462.
—, —, reports among the Irish that an ambassador newly arrived from Spain is to solicit Tyrone's pardon, and the restoration to his estates, 474.
—, —, which being refused, a war will ensue, ib.
—, —, think that Tyrone, if ever he can or will come, will come in the next spring before the utter ruin and extirpation of his dearest friends by the projected plantation, ib.
—, —, the O'Quins and O'Hagans, his late horsemen, discontented at the smallness of their lots in the plantation, 499.
—, —, gone blind, 530.
—, —, his son Henry, dead, ib.
—, —, the hopes of the Irish dead, and now they flock to accept the little lands they had scorned, ib.
—, —, account by Sir Toby Caulfield of three and a half years' rents of his lands, ending 1st Nov. 1610, in the counties of Tyrone, Armagh, and Coleraine, 532.
—, —, how he let his lands and what rents he reserved, 533.
—, —, they were grazing rents, ib.
—, —, collection of, by his bailiffs, ib.
—, —, the counting of the cows, ib.
—, —, the frauds practised, ib.
—, —, butter and provisions (and such rents), yielded by his horsemen, ib.
—, —, the Quins, Hagans, Conelans, and Devlins were his horsemen, ib.
—, —, these strove who should give most, ib.
—, —, the advantage taken against the time of collection, by the inhabitants of the great woods, ib.
—, —, by "ridding away" their cows thither, ib.
—, —, his goods seized after his flight, 535.
—, —, Sir Toby Caulfield renders account of, ib.
—, —, sums paid or allowed out of rents, to some in Ulster to keep them quiet on the flight of Tyrone, and also after the revolt of O'Dogherty, 538, 539.
—, —, Sir Toby Caulfield claims credit on account for same, ib.
—, —, 20th of May, 29th Elizabeth, Hugh O'Neil created Earl of Tyrone, 554, 559.
—, —, 16th Dec., 13th Elizabeth, Hugh Earl of Tyrone contrives that all the countries of Armagh (except Orier), Tyrone and Coleraine should be found by inquisition to be within the limits of Tyrone, 555.
—, —, and that he, like Con Backagh [Baccagh] his father, 1st Earl of Tyrone, had cessing, cutting, and bonaght thereon, ib.
—, —, the people of Ulster send to Tyrone for arms to resist the plantation, 503.
—, —, urge him to come or send his son Henry, ib.
—, —, Chichester just then heard that Henry was dead, ib.
—, —, after Shane O'Neil's attainder and the vesting of his countries in the Crown by 11th of Elizabeth, the Queen (1st May, 29th of her reign) created Hugh, (grandson of Con Baccagh the 1st Earl) to be Earl (2nd Earl) of Tyrone, 559, 560.
—, —, and granted him all that Con, his grandfather, had possessed, 560.
—, —, with remainders stated, ib.
—, —, 6th Dec., 30th Elizabeth, by inquisition at Dundalk, all but 11 ballibetaghs in Slew Shish (found to be the inheritance of Neal Connelagh, the father of Turlagh Lenagh) and Glanconkein and Killetragh found to be the Earl's, ib.
—, —, Glanconkein and Killetragh only rendered services to O'Neal, ib.
—, —, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone, however, at Queen Elizabeth's request, granted the 11 ballibetaghs in Slew Shishe to Turlagh Lenagh, ib.
—, —, and covenanted to pass all said lands to Sir Art O'Neale, ib.
Tyrone's rents, collection of, xxvi.
Tyrone's wars, state of Ulster after, viii.
Tyrrell, Captain Richard, 115, 367, 465, 468.
—, —, to be respected in the settlement of Cavan, 56.
—, —, Sir G. Moore's statement about, 169–170.
— —, the chancellor's representations against, 426.
—, —, of doubtful affection to the King, ib.
—, —, well affected to the O'Reillys, ib.
—, —, the fugitive arch-rebel has full confidence in him. 427.
—, —, undutiful departure without license, 434.
—, —, suspicious conduct of, 436.
—, —, goes to England without leave, ib.
—, —, had a troop of kerne in the rebellion, ib.
—, —, is said to have gone as a suitor for the O'Reillys, ib.
—, —, married to Owine M'Rorie O'Moore's sister, 437.
—, —, bards make songs in his praise, ib.
—, —, prays to be continued in his purchased lands in the county of Cavan, 468.
—, —, and that he may have a grant of escheated lands there as a servitor, ib.