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

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Wackley, Christopher, 336, 510. See Wakley.

Wake, William, 549.

Wakeman, John, 207, 389, 506.

, —, the moiety of the fishing of the Ban granted to John Wakeman is the only thing in Coleraine county not vested in the Crown, 563, 564.

, —, who sold it to James Hamilton, 564.

, —, who undertook at request of Sir A. Chichester for 200l. to convey same to the Earl of Tyrone, ib.

, —, who paid 200l. and took the fish, ib.

, —, it is now found vested in the Crown, ib.

, —, trustee for Earl of Devonshire 302.

, —, assigns his right to James Hamilton, ib.

, —, patent of, for Ban fishery, 389.

, —, objections to, ib.

, —, true copy of his grant, ib.

Wakley, John, 121.

Waldrom, Richard, 477.

Walker, Humphrey, 549.

Wall, Edmond, letter of, 44.

, Gerod, father of Edmond Wall, ib.

, Father, a Jesuit, nephew of Kearney, Archbishop of Cashel, 399.

, —, returned from abroad and landed in Ulster, ib.

Wallop, Sir Henry, 222.

, —, Queen's commissioner, xviii.

Walshe, Sir Nicholas, 74, 77, 232, 339, 422, 466.

, Lord Chief Justice, 362.

, Mr. Patrick, 102.

, James, of the Shanganah, co. Dublin, 325.

Ward, John, a pirate at Tunis, 278.

, —, Pepwell's attempt to reform him, 279.

, —, represented as irreclaimable, ib.

, Edward, 550.

, Joseph, ib.

, William, ib.

Wards and garrisons, the condition of, in Ireland, 40.

, pay to be raised to English money, 46.

, increase of, upon the possession of Ulster, 95.

, without them, would know no more of the mind of the Ulster people than o those of Africa, ib.

, Chichester would have one in M'Swyne na Banna's country, ib.

, and in O'Boyle's country, ib.

Ware, Sir James, auditor, 112, 362, 367, 374, 465, 478, 487.

, John, 465, 478.

, Mr. Auditor, referred to on the claim of James Hamilton, 302.

, —, reversion of his office to his son, recommended, 445.

, —, his reasonable demand to be granted, 422.

Warrants of the Lord President, question as to their authority, 447.

, Mayor of Limerick resists, ib.

, in Ulster plantation, form of, for timber, 492.

, —, for possession, ib.

, —, of deputation, ib.

Warren, Mr., 367.

, Edmond, merchant at Navan, 140.

, Sir Henry, 373.

, Laurence, 549.

Wars of barons, xxx.

Warwick, Earl of, secret of his power lay in number of tenants at will, ib.

Warwickshire, men brought over from, to Dublin, 4.

Waterford, 74, 92, 214.

, Bishop of, to be of Council of Munster, xviii.

, —, claims the privilege that the Mayor of Waterford shall not lift up his sword within the Cathedral precincts, 214.

, —, complains of the waste and decay of the temporalities of his see, 439.

, corporation of, 230.

, —, solicits favour for their suit, 43.

, —, petition to have the town and lands of Ballycrokill brought into the liberties, 199.

, ward at, 507.

, new charter for, 154.

, customs of, 154, 214.

, —, Sir R. Morrison's men at, 33.

, ships not to discharge at Wexford, if this be found to be against the privileges of Waterford, 132.

, diocese of, commission of inquiry about, 186.

, 400 men under Sir Anthony Cooke landed at, in 1602, 232.

, complain of soldiers cessed on them, 251, 343.

— citizens all papists, 214.

, yet exclaim against the Bishop that he is going to erect a papacy in Waterford, ib.

, because he will not allow the Mayor to carry the King's sword into his liberties, ib.

, Sir J. Davys has omitted their ancient privilege to shut the gates of the city against the King's Deputy if he comes with forces more than they could master, ib.

, bill of resumption, to be prepared, 440.

, commission of inquiry to issue, ib.

, new charter for, 455.

, franchises of, ib.

, complaint from, against Sir R. Moryson, 446.

, people of, bake and brew for themselves, 482.

— county, to what undertakers set out, lxxv.

Webb, Dean, 487.

, Robert, nephew of Father Gerrard, 51.

, —, changed his name to Hanmer for safety in travel, ib.

, Mrs., 52.

Welch, Archd., 213.

Weldon, Walter, 332.

West, Lieut., 368.

, Lieut. Richard, 79.

, John, 351.

— Chester, see Chester.

West India merchants, their trade of buying wood in Ireland to be prevented, 530.

Weston, Nicholas, 199.

, his petition, 198.

, —, title of, composition made for, 420.

, —, grant from Earl of Tyrconnell to, of 20 quarters of land in Portlagh and Tirbrassil void, and why?, 571, 572.

, spreads a slander about the young prince, 453.

, summoned by the Lord Deputy, ib.

, cannot be found, ib.

Wexford, town of, 99.

, new charter for, 154.

, county of, 69, 324.

, Sir Wm. Synnott, justice of liberties of, surrenders the office, 76.

— Castle, Sir Richard Masterson, constable of, 508.

— and Carlow counties, 118.

, —, commission for Bonaght and Galloglass in, ib.

, customs and poundage of, lease of, 132.

, all ships arriving in the country to discharge there, except those of Ross, ib.

, charter to be renewed, ib.

, how the English language has been preserved in parts of, 358.

, once all English, 472.

, but in the wars of the Roses the Irish recovered a portion, which they now keep, ib.

, their district known as the Kinshellas, Murroes, Macdamores, and Macvadocke, ib.

, the inferior tenants offer to surrender and take re-grants, ib.

, but a better title is discovered for the King, ib.

, and Sir Thomas Beaumont of Colehorton is incited to look for it, ib.

, as representing Viscount Beaumont, who held it long ago of the Crown, 472.

, new plantation of, 531.

, by Sir Laurence Esmond's and Sir Edward Fisher's labours, the chief intruders into the King's inheritance there have been brought to compliance, ib.

, the Irish there entered over the blood and bodies of good subjects, ib.

, the State must therefore expect some opposition from such unsound members, ib.

, English purchasers from some, and others of the Irish, will have to be considered favourably, ib.

, Chichester urges the speedy issuing of a commission to find the King's title, ib.

Weynman, Sir Edmond, 32, 33, 73.

, —, provost marshal of Connaught, his troop of horse, 32.

, —, —, foot, 33.

Whaler, Mr., 367.

Wheeler, Deane, ib.

Whitechurch, Sir Marmaduke, 78.

, —, a servitor, is granted six ballibetaghs in the county of Armagh, part of the possessions of the late abbey of SS. Peter and Thomas, 559.

, Marmaduke, 509.

White, Bennett, examination of, 398.

, Edward, clerk of Council of Connaught, complaint of, 261.

, Francis, lxiii, note.

, —, beeves seized from, by the Earls for provision on their voyage, xxxvi.

, James, 325.

, —, examination of, 398.

, John, 484.

, —, of Clonmell, 399.

, Sir Nicholas, 367.

, Nicholas, Mayor of Clonmell, 399.

, Mr., title of composition made for, 420.

, Walter, pensioner, 337, 367, 511.

, —, grant of reversion of escheatorship of Dublin and other counties to, 515.

, —, joint grant of escheatorship to, 583.

Whitehead, Robert, pensioner, 338, 368, 511.

White Knight, the, 118.

White Knight's country, in three counties, yet answereth none, 221.

— —, it should therefore be thrown into one of the divisions of the county of Cork, now projected, ib.

Whitte, Andrew, sailor, examination of, 12.

, —, reports rumours of Tyrone's invasion of Ireland, 13.

, —, informed by Capt. Brian Kelly of particulars, ib.

, —, attempted to be converted to Popery by Father Archer, but refused, ib.

, —, saw many Irish friars and priests, ib.

, —, landing to be at Broadhaven, near Sleego, 14.

, —, could not learn numbers, ib.

Whorwood, Sir W., 103.

Whyte, see White.

Wicklow Castle, constable of, Sir W. Usher, 508.

Wilbraham, Sir Roger, 202, 222.

, —, commissioner for Ulster plantation, 171, 347.

"William," the, ship of Leith, 393.

Williams, Capt., excuses of, for not attacking pirates, 42.

, John, 231.

, —, a Norfolk man, a pirate, 142.

, Sir Thomas, undertaker, 180.

, —, 213, 367, 548.

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

Williamson, James, 512.

Wilmot Sir Charles, 329, 367, 384, 511.

Wilson, Thomas, 101, 549.

, William, 549.

, John, 231.

, Walter, 239.

Wiltshire, the Lord President in, 282.

Winche, Sir Humphrey, 73, 77, 113, 117, 206, 207, 213, 232, 389, 477, 492.

, —, Chief Baron, succeeds Sir James Ley as Chief Justice of King's Bench, 117.

, —, urges provision for safe keeping of records, 148.

, —, Chief Baron, and his fellow barons, 207.

, —, their certificate concerning the manor of Glynny, co. Cork, ib.

, —, wrongly confounded with Cullen manor, ib.

, —, is the King's, though possessed by David Roch, of Kinsale, by intrusion, ib.

, —, report on the commission of plantation, 295.

, —, on Bann fishery, 389.

, —, takes exceptions to Wakeman's patent of Bann fishery, ib.

, —, Chief Baron, promoted, 445.

, —, charged with defaults of payment, 515.

, —, denies the charge, ib.

, —, appeals to Lord Deputy, 516.

, —, is to return to England at Candlemas, ib.

Windebank, Mr., see Winibank.

Wines, monopoly of sale of, though granted in England, not yet granted in Ireland though many have importuned for it, 215.

— and usquebagh, motives to creating a monopoly of, 336.

, Earl of Ormond's prize, 99.

Wingfield, Sir Richard, lxxviii, 97, 227, 507, 509, 510.

, —, (the marshal), 547.

, —, marshal, examinations taken before, 2, 3.

, —, pursues the rebels of Tyrone and Tyrconnell, 8.

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

, —, his troop of horse, 32.

, —, —, foot, 33.

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

, Robert, prays to be admitted an undertaker, 430.

Winibank, Mr., 336.

Wirrall, Sir Hugh, a principal undertaker in Ulster, with the names of his consorts, their means and abilities, 551.

Wise, Nicholas, 329.

Wogan, John, 511.

, Nicholas, of Rathcoffey, co. Kildare, 325.

Woode, Thomas, 549.

Woodkerne, of Armagh, petition for pardon of, 143.

, to be granted for the common sort, ib.

, the, and loose people in every county, to be sent to Sweden, 292.

— withdraw into the woods to escape service, 296.

Woods, Mr., 203.

, —, curate of Kilmallock, a Scotchman known to the Bishop of Derry, ib.

, —, employed by Sir Henry Brouncker (as he says) to pretend to be a Papist, to discover their practices, ib.

Woods, see Timber woods.

— in Ireland, reports on, 43.

, —, only to be used henceforward for ships for King's use, 174.

, —, great waste of, in pipe-staves, ib.

, —, great woods to be surveyed, ib.

, —, the King's in Ireland, if not reserved will be destroyed, 422.

, —, order for preservation of, 461.

Woodstock, manor of, 327, 331, 332, 376.

Woolwich, timber to be landed at, 149.

Worcester, Earl of, commissioner for plantat tion of Derry, 136.

Worcestershire men delivered to Capt. Newt's lieutenant, 5.

Workington, report of the embarkation of the Græmes, c, ci.

Worth, Roger, confesses that he went on board a pirate ship, and received some trifles there, 522.

Worthington, Francis, 74.

Wotton, Sir Henry, ambassador at Venice. xlii.

, —, reports on the fugitives in Italy, xliii.

Wright, Henry, ship's timber for King's service from Ireland, 149.

, Richard, 360, 550.

, —, commissioner of plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Wynch, see Winch.