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W. H. and H. C. Overall (editors)

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1878

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'Index: A-E', Analytical index to the series of records known as the Remembrancia: 1579-1664 (1878), pp. 565-586. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=59998 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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Note.—The Clarendon Figures (131) refer to some Biographical or other Notice. The letter n following the ordinary Arabic Figures (153n) has reference to the foot-notes on the various pages.

A

Abbot's Inn, St. Mary-at-Hill, 153n

Abbott, George, Archbishop of Canterbury, 100, 131, 162, 166n, 258n, 269, 401
-, solicits an appointment for Couchman, 301
-, Sir John, 396
-, Maurice, of Guildford, 166n
-, Sir Maurice, alderman, 3n, 131n, 166, 304n
-, Robert, Bishop of Salisbury, 131n, 166n
-, William, 193

Abell, William, alderman, 14n

Abercorn, James, 1st Earl of, 178n

Abraham, Andrew, charged with using vile speeches, 267

Academy of Arms and Arts, 422

Acates, small, the prices of, 404, 405

Acheley, Roger, alderman, 46n

Acon, St. Thomas of, the house of, 52n

Acres, George, 234

Acton, Sir William, alderman, 8n, 297n

Adams, Simon, will of, 113

Adams, Sir Thomas, alderman, 9

Admiral, the Lord High, the Earl of Lincoln, 147n
-, Charles, Lord Howard of Effingham, 151n
-, 168, 284, 287, 307, 377, 474, 500, 501, 506, 507, 508, 509

Admiralty, High Court of, 1
-, serjeant of the, 236
-, officers of, not to allow the transport of oysters, 406

African Company, 442n

Aids, Commissioners of, 25

Albemarle, the Duke of, see Monk, General

Albert, Archduke, 241n

Aldermen, their contributions for repairing St. Paul's, 238
-, power of dismissal of, 437

Aldermen:—
-, Abbott, Sir Maurice, 3n, 131n, 166, 304n
-, Abell, William, 14n
-, Acheley, Roger, 46n
-, Acton, Sir William, 8n, 297n
-, Adams, Sir Thomas, 9
-, Allen, Edward, 212n, 318
-, Ralph, 112n
-, Sir William, 486n, 506
-, Alleyn, Sir Thomas, 199, 213
-, Allott, Sir John, 37n, 396
-, Andrews, Sir Thomas, 9n
-, Atkins, Sir Thomas, 143, 498n
-, Avenon, Sir Alexander, 312, 313, 486n 544
-, Aylmer, Sir Lawrence, 43n
-, Backhouse, Nicholas, 176
-, Rowland, 13, 166, 176n
-, Bacon, James, 21n
-, Bannester, Henry, 464
-, Barkham, Sir Edward, 284n, 313n
-, Barnes, Sir George, 10n, 37n, 38n, 113n, 181
-, Barnham, Benedict, 21n, 80, 441n
-, Francis, 80n
-, Baskerville, Humphrey, 37n
-, Bathurst, Lancelot, 442n
-, Beale, John, 18n
-, Bennet, Sir Thomas, 55n, 208, 285, 311n, 461, 480n, 522, 525
-, Thomas, junior, 210n, 480, 522
-, Billingsley, Sir Henry, 2, 31n
-, Blanke, Sir Thomas, 153, 207, 290n, 435, 490, 551n
-, Blincoe, Nicholas, 5
-, Bludworth, Sir Thomas, 65, 306n
-, Boleyn, Sir Geoffrey, 438n
-, Bolles, Sir George, 311n
-, Bolton, Sir William, 64n
-, Bond, Sir George, 38n
-, Sir William, 296n
-, Bowes, Sir Martin. 428n
-, Bowier, Francis, 2
-, Box, William, 1, 562
-, Branche, Sir John, 124, 206, 430, 431, 539
-, Bromfield, Sir Edward, 105n
-, Browne, Sir Richard, 199, 306, 425
-, Brydges, Sir John, 45n
-, Buckle, Sir Cuthbert, 4n, 206n, 315, 432, 506n
-, Bunce, Captain James, 10
-, Calthorpe, Sir Martin, 4n
-, Cambell, Sir James, 73n, 208n, 498, 499
-, Sir Thomas, 72, 105n, 292n, 498n
-, Capell, Sir William, 42n, 552n
-, Chapman, Sir John, 88n
-, Cheney, R., 318n
-, Chester, Sir William, 37n
-, Cockayne, Sir William, 100, 142, 211n, 224, 368, 555
-, Cooke, Sir Thomas, 29n, 30n, 80n, 155n
-, Cotton, Edward, 100n
-, Coventry, John, 8n
-, Coxe, Richard, 7, 464
-, Craven, Sir William, 211, 297n, 320n
-, Culham, Thomas, 8n
-, Dean, Richard, 522n
-, Dethick, Sir John, 18n
-, Dixie, Sir Wolstane, 31n, 181n, 435, 562
-, Doe, Charles, 199n
-, Draper, Sir Christopher, 2n, 30n
-, Ducie, Sir Robert, 51n, 319n, 387
-, Duckett, Sir Lionel, 37
-, Elkyn, William, 35n, 124n
-, Elwes, Sir Geoffrey, 82n
-, Sir Jervis, 82n
-, Falconer, Sir Thomas, 46n
-, Farrington, Richard, 5n
-, Fenn, Sir Richard, 528
-, Fitzwilliam, Sir William, 155n
-, Foreman, Sir William, 230n
-, Franklyn, Mr., 7
-, Frederick, Sir John, 560
-, Gage, Anthony, 491
-, Garrard, Sir John, 2n
-, Gascoyne, Sir Crispe, 155n
-, Gayre, Sir John, 9, 10n
-, Goldston, Richard, 21n
-, Gore, Gerard, 105n
-, John, 105n
-, Sir John, 105
-, Sir William, 211n
-, Gresham, Sir John, 332n
-, Sir Richard, 37n, 332n
-, Gurney, Sir Richard, 9n
-, Halliday, Sir William, 211n
-, Hammersley, Sir Hugh, 305n, 404, 528
-, Hampson, Robert, 2n
-, Hampton, Sir William, 46n
-, Handford, Sir H., 7n
-, Harrison, Gilbert, 528n
-, Hart, Sir John, 91n, 176n, 311, 435
-, Harvey, Sir James, 113, 128, 152, 276n, 277, 281, 310, 311, 312, 313, 367, 407, 490, 492, 519
-, Sir Sebastian, 222, 313, 314, 355, 402, 441n
-, Haw, Sir Richard, 65n
-, Hawes, Sir James, 287n, 551
-, Sir John, 155n
-, Haydon, John, 37n
-, Hayes, Sir Thomas, 4, 160
-, Hayward, Sir Rowland, 37, 146, 435, 471
-, Hicks, Sir Baptist, 5, 6, 44, 236n, 315, 463
-, Highlord, John, 528n
-, Hildsley, Mark, 10n
-, Hodges, John, 18
-, Hooker, Sir William, 481n
-, Houghton, Peter, 2n
-, Jackman, Edward, 21n
-, Jay, Henry, 51n
-, Jolles, Sir John, 210, 522, 525
-, Jones, Sir Francis, 6, 12
-, Judd, Sir Andrew, 37n
-, Jurin, John, 10n
-, Kebell (Kebble), Sir Henry, 43n
-, Kendrick, John, 296n
-, Kneyworth, Sir Thomas, 42n
-, Kympton, William, 312n
-, Kyrton, Alderman, 35n
-, Langham, Sir John, 9
-, Langley, Sir John, 276
-, Lawne, Gideon de, 7
-, Lee, Sir Robert, 3, 80n, 285
-, Leman, Sir John, 4n
-, Levett, Sir Richard, 199n
-, Love, William, 64, 65
-, Lowe, Sir Thomas, 80n, 210, 224
-, Lumley, Sir Martin, 105, 301n, 318n
-, Martin, Sir Richard, 1, 4, 31, 60n, 80n, 437, 460, 486, 492
-, Sir Roger, 308, 311, 441n
-, Middleton, Sir Thomas, 3, 72n, 74, 105, 253, 318, 522, 523, 555
-, Mildmay, Robert, 8
-, Milner, Tempest, 64
-, Mosley, Sir Nicholas, 80, 133n, 291n
-, Nicholas, Sir Ambrose, 303n
-, Offley, Sir Thomas, 37
-, Osborne, Sir Edward, 156, 311, 435
-, Parkhurst, Sir Robert, 14, 51n
-, Pember, Francis, 8, 528n
-, Pemberton, Sir James, 318n, 520
-, Pennington, Sir Isaac, 66n, 200
-, Prescott, Alexander, 318, 480
-, Pritchard, Sir William, 76n
-, Pullison, Sir Thomas, 284, 291, 344n
-, Pyott, Richard, 522
-, Pype, Richard, 332n
-, Rainton, Sir Nicholas, 479
-, Ramsey, Sir Thomas, 91, 230
-, Rich, Sir Thomas, 64
-, Rider, Sir William, 5n
-, Robinson, Sir John, 65n, 88, 201, 447
-, Romney, Sir William, 27n, 495
-, Rotherham, Edward, 212
-, Rowe, Sir Henry, 4n
-, Sir Thomas, 332, 364
-, Sir William, 2, 206, 207, 492
-, Ryvers, Sir John, 38, 476n
-, Seymour, Sir Thomas, 46n
-, Sheldon, Sir Joseph, 139n
-, Skinner, Augustine, 6
-, Sir Thomas, 2, 380
-, Slaney, Sir Stephen, 80, 311n
-, Smith, Humphrey, 311n, 528
-, Thomas, 18n, 291n
-, Smithes, George, 211, 319
-, Soame, Sir Stephen, 80n, 308n, 441
-, Spencer, Sir John, 172, 286, 377n, 447n
-, Swinnerton, Sir John, 211
-, Taylor, Robert, 208n, 495n
-, Tichbourne, Sir Robert, 319n
-, Turner, William, 64
-, Viner, Sir Thomas, 76n
-, Violet, Henry, 5
-, Warner, Samuel, 166n
-, Watts, Sir John, 3n, 287
-, Webbe, Sir William, 30, 283, 450, 488
-, Weld, Sir Humphrey, 13n, 26n
-, Wells, Sir John, 481n
-, Whitmore, Sir George, 13n, 88n, 211n, 296
-, Wilson, Captain Rowland, 18
-, Wollaston, Sir John, 200n
-, Woodcock, Ralph, 311
-, Woodrof, Sir Nicholas, 35, 176, 435
-, Wright, Edmund, 8
-, Nathan, 9n

Aldermen, the Court of, orphanage causes referred to, 315, 317
-, request to, by Sir John Fortescue, to have the custody of the orphan daughter of Thomas Ridge, 315
-, extracts from the repertories of the, 318, 319n, 320n
-, complaint by, of the conduct of a preacher at Paul's Cross, 366
-, inquiry by, as to Trinkermen, 501

Aldersey, William, recommended for office of serjeant carver, 279

Aldersgate, 2n, 550
-, Street, 357
-, residence of Sir Henry Yelverton in, 102n
-, Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Bludworth, 65n
-, Sir Lionel Duckett, 37n
-, John Gore, 105n
-, Sir Richard Haw, 65n
-, Sir Nicholas Mosley, 80n
-, Sir John Watts, 287n
-, Mr. Squier, deputy of, 458
-, petition from, 288

Aldgate, re-edified, 46
-, Parish, scavenger of, 440
-, Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Alleyn, 199n
-, Sir Thomas Andrews, 9n
-, Henry Bannester, 464n
-, Nicholas Blincoe, 5n
-, Sir Cuthbert Buckle, 206n
-, Richard Farrington, 5n
-, Sir John Gayre, 9n
-, Sir Hugh Hammersley, 404n
-, John Haydon, 37n, 206n
-, Sir Francis Jones, 6n
-, Sir Thomas Offley, 37n

Ale, the assize of, 28n

Alehouses, number of, 98, 359, 542
-, to be searched for infected persons, 335
-, Catalogue of the Dwellers in, 335
-, the same for Westminster, 335

Alehouse keepers, 28, 544
-, not to receive headstrong beer, 543
-, list of licensed, 549
-, not to sell or cook game, 549

Algiers, expedition against the pirates of, 329

Alienations, fines and dues on, granted to the Earl of Leicester, 425, 426

Allegiance, the oath of, 424, 425, 476

Allen, Mr., 203n, 456
-, Edward, alderman, 212n, 318
-, Francis, 310

Allen, John, 268
-, Ralph, alderman, 112n
-, Sir William, alderman, 486n, 596
-, William, 153
-, William, 506n

Alleyn, Edward, 354
-, Sir Thomas, Bart., alderman, 199, 213

Alley, Zachary, 498

Allhallows, Bread Street, 544
-, Staining, 10n

Allott, Sir John, alderman, 37n, 396

Allured, Thomas, 302, 304

Alnager of cloth, 69, 271, 354

Alphage, St., London Wall, Sir Rowland Hayward, alderman, buried in, 37n
-, rent-charge left to by Sir John Swinnerton, alderman, 211n

Altham, Edward, sheriff, 290n
-, Sir James, Baron of the Exchequer, 290, 555, 556

Alum, the price of, 520

Ambassadors' houses, one butcher licensed to utter flesh to, in Lent, 400

Amisse, Christopher, 146

Amsterdam, contagious sickness in, 339, 349

Amwell, water from, 555

Anabaptists, conventicle of, at Crosby House, 453

Ancaster, Duke of, 100n

Ancient or Ensign, 19

Anderson, Bertram, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 79n
-, Sir Edmund, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 426n, 489

Andrew Hubbard, St., dangerous state of the church of, 136

Andrew Undershaft, St., 100l left to the poor of, by Sir N. Woodroff, alderman, 35n
-, aldermen buried at, Sir William Craven, 211n; Sir Thomas Offley, 37n; Thomas Starkey, 486n

Andrews, Launcelot, Bishop of Winchester, 170
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 9n

Angell, Robert, 320

Anjou, the Duke of, 29
-, complaint against a servant of, 264
-, complaint of non-payment for horses supplied for the train of, 407

Anne of Denmark, Queen of James I., 42n

Anne's, St., Blackfriars, 442n

Ansley, James, 128

Antholin, St., Budge Row, Sir Roger Martin, alderman, buried at, 308n

Anthon, Mr., 451

Apjohn, Mr., 316

Apprentices concealed and enticed to rob their masters, 265
-, withdrawn from their employment by plays, 353
-, binding of, 391
-, disorders occasioned by, 448, 449, 454, 457, 458, 474, 475

Apothecary, Mr. Morgan, Her Majesty's, 237
-, the King's, 7

Apothecaries' Company, 7n
-, separation of from the Grocers', 96
-, charter granted to, 110

Apothecaries' Company, quest between them and the grocers, 213
-, their proportion towards the Palatinate Loan, 413, 414, 415
-, admission of apprentices of, to the freedom, 414
-, grant to, 526

Apsley, Sir Allen, Lieutenant of the Tower, 390, 441, 445, 446
-, Barbara, wife of Colonel George Hutchinson, 442n
-, Frances, wife of Sir Benjamin Bathurst, 442n
-, Jocosa, wife of Lyster Blount, 442n
-, John, 441n
-, Lucy, wife of Colonel John Hutchinson, 442n

Aquavitæ, aquacomposita, and vinegar makers, petition of, against the patent granted to Richard Drake, 214, 215

Arber, Edward, 346n

Archery, alleged negligence in executing the laws for the maintenance of, 16
-, statutes for the maintenance of, 16n, 18
-, petition complaining of the abuses against, 17; report thereon, 17n, 18
-, petition of longbow-makers upon the decline of, 17
-, four regiments to be raised for the practice of, 18
-, prizes to be given for the best shots, 19
-, to be practised in Finsbury Fields, 46n

Argenter, Lucas, licensed to collect money for ransom of his wife and children, 52

Arlington, Baron, see Bennet, Sir Henry.

Armada, the Spanish, 55, 149n, 151n, 379n
-, ship furnished by the City against, 237, 238, 239
-, destruction of, 243n

Armour, the price of, 230n
-, left by soldiers in Kent, 245

Arms, academy for the practice of, 422
-, assize of, 530n
-, commissioners appointed to see the inhabitants provided with, 530n
-, and weapons in private houses to be viewed, 408
-, weapons, and men, contribution for providing, 25

Army, loans for the maintenance and disbanding of the, 200, 201, 424

Arran, the Earl of, 105n

Artillery Company, 16n, 19
-, complaint of, against the King's master gunner, 20
-, orders for settlement of controversy as to government of, 22, 23, 24
-, Captain Edward Panton's claim for payment for training the members of, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
-, Captains Panton and Bingham to withdraw from their offices for a time, 23
-, president of, Sir Hugh Hammersley, 404n

Artillery Garden, Bishopsgate, 19

Artillery Garden, the new, at Bunhill Fields, 19n, 23

Artillery Yard, 23, 24

Arthur, Robert, committed to Newgate, 264

Artisans, foreign, complaints against, 258

Arundel, the Earl of, 42n, 213n, 472
-, Philip, Lord, 173
-, House, Temple Bar, 10
-, fire near, 142
-, and Surrey, the Earl of, 116, 299

Ascham, Roger, 65n

Ascoll, Roger, 159

Ascough, Captain Nicholas, 18

Ashby, William, Ambassador to James the First of Scotland, 67n

Ashley, Mr., 394

Ashley, Lord, Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury, 167

Ashmore, Ottwell, 411

Ask, Robert, bridgemaster, 39

Aske, Robert, 437

Assention, the, one of the ships fitted out by the City, 241

Assessments, order defining persons to be assessed, 25
-, return to be made of sums levied, 25
-, petitions from the City concerning, 26
-, persons to be prevented from escaping, 26
-, persons refusing to pay, 24, 25

Assurances, orders set down for, 27

Aston, Roger, 5

Astropp, Lucy, 317
-, William, 317

Atkins, Sir Robert, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 200n
-, Thomas, of Norwich, 465, 466
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 143, 498n

Attachment, action of, 488

Attorney in Guildhall, removal of, from office, 124

Aubney or Aubigny, Lord, see Lenox, Duke of.

Auditor of the Chamber and Bridge House accounts, 291
-, of the Court of Exchequer, 288

Audley, Mervin, Lord, Earl of Castlehaven, 80n

Augustine (Austin) Friars, 133n, 552n

Avenon, Sir Alexander, alderman, 312, 313, 486n; residence of, 544
-, Robert, of King's Norton, Worcestershire, 312n

Avery, William, town clerk, 27n

Avoirdupois weights, 562

Awbrey, Mr., Master of the Court of Requests, 395

Aylmer, John, Bishop of London, 53, 54, 124, 126, 128, 129, 308, 326, 364, 366, 486
-, Sir Lawrence, alderman, imprisoned, 43n

Ayloffe, William, Justice of the Queen's Bench, 149, 150, 271

Ayscough, Edward, 301

Ayton, Sir Robert, 220n

B

Babraham, Cambridgeshire, seat of Sir H. Palavicino, 55n

Backhouse, Anne, wife of Thomas Curzon, 176n
-, Nicholas, alderman, 176
-, Rowland, alderman, 13, 166, 176n
-, Sarah, wife of Nicholas Fuller, 176n
-, Thomas, of Cumberland, 176n

Bacon, Anne, wife of Nicholas Woodhouse, of Waxham, Norfolk, 60n
-, Sir Francis, 21, 80n, 161, 217n, 268, 269, 290, 293, 299, 559, 563
-, Lord Verulam, 135, 192, 453, 454, 476, 497, 515
-, report of, on patent for cutting iron into small rods, 217n
-, letter from, recommending Mr. Dynne for appointment as Remembrancer, 294
-, letter from, recommending Richard Gippes for appointment as Judge of the Sheriffs' Court, 300
-, letter from, for reversion of Common Pleader's place for Edward Ayscough, 301
-, James, alderman, 21n
-, Sir Nicholas, 21n, 60n, 80n
-, Robert, of Drinkston, Suffolk, 21n
-, Robert, Remembrancer, 105, 189n, 261, 301, 446, 514

Bacon, conduct of buyers of, for King's household, 397
-, scarcity of, 399

Badgers and sellers of corn, 375, 377

Baine, Frederick, 181n

Baker, Abraham, 215
-, Captain, 175
-, John, 158

Bakers, complaint of, as to increased price of wheat, 373
-, unable to keep the assize of bread, 385
-, expenses of a baker set out, 386
-, French and Dutch, 345
-, Company, the store of wheat at the Bridgehouse viewed by the Master Wardens and Ancients of, 375
-, dispute between the white and brown, 33, 92, 102
-, letters patent to incorporate the two companies into one, 92
-, the Council's recommendation to the Queen to revoke the same, 92
-, complaint against a white baker for baking brown bread, 95

Balfore, Charles, 56
-, Mary, 56

Ballast from the Thames, a fixed rate to be charged for, 510

Ballast from the Thames, the right to take claimed by John Chapman, 517

Ballot, the, used by the Court of Aldermen in 1526, 27n
-, prohibited by Charles I., 27

Balls, Richard, 303

Balmes, Hoxton, the residence of Alderman Sir George Whitmore, 296n
-, Charles I. received at, 297n

Baltimore, Lord, see Calvert, Sir George.

Banbury, Earl of, 159n
-, Castle, Sir William Compton, governor of, 447n

Bankrupts, resort of to taverns by the water side, 547

Banks, Anne, wife of Edmond Waller, the poet, 319n, 320
-, John, mercer, 319n, 320

Bankside, the bear-garden upon, 478n
-, the game of bears and bulls on, 478
-, the Liberty of, 477
-, proposed new theatre on, 354
-, suppression of stage plays on the, 354

Bankworth, Richard, 318

Bannester, Henry, alderman, 464

Banqueting Close field, springs of water at, 556
-, house, Whitehall, 357n

Barbary, captives redeemed from, 51

Barber Surgeons' Company, 289

Barbican, residence of Earl of Bridgewater at, 162
-, riot at Spanish ambassador's house in, 452, 453

Barde, Tobias, 259

Barge, Lord Mayor's, use of, for removing the King's effects to Greenwich, 409

Barker, Andrew, 128
-, Edward, 274

Barkham, Sir Edward, alderman, 284n, 313n

Barkhamsted Park, 153

Barking, petition from fishermen of, 502
-, Church, Tower Street, 427n

Barkley, Edward, 236

Barming, Thomas, 489, 490

Barnabie, Paul, 528

Barnard, Mr., fined, disfranchised, and committed to prison, 268
-, James, chest of evidences for heirs of in custody of chamberlain, 310
-, Winifride, 310

Barne or Barnes, Sir George, alderman, 10n
-, alderman, 37n, 38n, 113n
-, assaulted by Mr. Darcie, 181
-, Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Ryvers, alderman, 38n
-, Margaret, wife of Sir Robert Napier, 76n
-, William, husband of Anne, daughter of Archbishop Sandys, 181n

Barnes, Captain, 235
-, houses at, visited with plague, 342

Barnet, grammar school founded at, 140
-, Monday market at, 388

Barnham, Alice, wife of Sir Francis Bacon, 21n
-, Benedict, alderman, 21n, 80, 441n
-, Francis, alderman, 80n

Barnham, Stephen, of Southwick, Southampton, 80n

Barnhurst, Mr., 205

Barnstaple Castle, governor of, 442n

Baronet, institution of the order of, 60n

Barrett, William, King's grocer, 479, 494

Bartholomew Fair, proclamation for postponing, on account of the plague, 347

Bartholomew the Great, St., Sir Roger Manwood's residence in the parish of, 112n
-, Sir Walter Mildmay buried at, 115n
-, the Less, St., government of the parish of, 440

Bartholomew's, St., Hospital, governors of, 126
-, petition of, as to lease of a house in Clerkenwell, 169
-, presidents of:—
-, Sir John Hart, 311n
-, Sir Rowland Hayward, 37n
-, Sir Thomas Lowe, 210n
-, Sir Nicholas Rainton, 479n
-, Sir John Spencer, 173n
-, property belonging to at Lincoln's Inn, 172

Bartlett, Annes, complaint of, as to butchers' stalls in Leadenhall Market, 202
-, Sir Thomas, 97, 519, 521, 522

Barton, Thomas, 487

Bartrich, Thomas, 280

Barwik, Benedick, 152

Basing House, the siege of, 213n

Basingstoke, complaint of justices of, as to searching of cloth at Blackwell Hall, 71

Baskerville, Humphrey, alderman, 37n

Bassishaw Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Rowland Backhouse, 13n
-, Sir George Barnes, 37n, 181n
-, Sir Thomas Bennet, 208n
-, Sir Wolstan Dixie, 181n, 435n
-, Sir Lionel Duckett, 37n

Bastille, Duke Byron beheaded in the, 409n

Bate, Mr., committed to the Compter, 451
-, Thomas, bridgemaster, 39

Bateman, Richard, 145, 147

Bates, Dr. Roger, 368

Bath, the building of the great church at, 140
-, the Earl of, 423n

Bathurst, Lancelot, alderman, 442n
-, Lord Chancellor, 442n
-, Sir James, 442n

Battersea, the right of the inhabitants to fish in the Thames, 503, 504

Bayard, Mr., 492

Bayslored Marine, 101

Beacon, Thomas, to be permitted to teach reading and writing, 140

Beake, Mr., 31

Beal, William, serjeant-at-mace, 437

Beale, George, 557
-, Jerome, B.D., 368
-, John, alderman, 18n

Beamont, Anne, wife of Sir Lionel Cranfield, 161n
-, Anthony, of Glenfield, Leicestershire, 161n

Beans, permission requested to purchase 100 quarters of, 380

Bear-baiting, abuse of the game of, 16

Bear-baiting on the Bankside, 337
-, to be prohibited on account of the infection, 341; and on the death of the Prince of Wales, 410

Bears, the butchers' offal to be taken to the river side for feeding the King's, 478
-, and bulls, the game of, 478

Beast, Phillip, 150

Beauchamp, William Lord, see Seymour, Sir William.

Beaufoy's distillery, Lambeth, 258n

Beavoire, Peter, 496

Beckford, Thomas, master of the Blacksmiths' Company, 94, 258

Bedding not to be sent to Hertford, &c., where term was held, or adjacent places, on account of the infection, 334

Bedford, Countess of, 219n
-, Lucy, Countess of, 317
-, Edward, third Earl of, 89
-, Francis, second Earl of, 125, 126, 148, 150, 235n, 282, 379n
-, Francis, fourth Earl of, 50
-, House, Bloomsbury, Earl of Warwick died at, 125n
-, Strand, 125n

Bedingfield, John, 41

Beecher, Mr., 176, 376
-, Sir William, 123

Beer and ale, the assize of, 28, 543
-, prices of per quart and per barrel, 28
-, of immoderate strength and price not to be brewed, 28
-, high price of to be restrained, 32
-, price of increased, 380
-, the transportation of restrained, 32
-, the cooks not to have more than twenty barrels in their houses at one time, 98
-, the excessive brewing of restrained, 359, 380, 543
-, two sorts only to be brewed, 541
-, excessive quantities found in tippling houses, 541
-, the quantity and price of to be ascertained, 544

Beggars, 49, 213, 337

Bekwith, minor canon of St. Paul's, 129

Belfeld, William, a suit brought against, 265

Bell, Captain Henry, petition of, for a patent for surveying and stamping lead, 220
-, the office of surveyor of lead granted to him, 220n
-, letter from the Marquis of Buckingham recommending him for the office, 221
-, letter of, to the Lord Mayor, 221
-, requests the Lord Mayor to send one or two of his officers to see some lead melted, 222
-, letter from Sir J. Cæsar to the Lord Mayor, requesting him to forward a certificate concerning suit of, 222

Bellmen to perambulate the wards in case of fire, 142n

Bendish Hall Manor, Essex, 318n

Benison, George, 486

Benne, Sir Anthony, recorder, 67

Bennet Sherehog, St., John Groves buried at, 166n

Bennet, Sir Henry, 164, 205, 448, 478
-, Sir John, of Arlington, Middlesex, 164n
-, Mary, wife of Lord Chief Justice Croke, 208n
-, Richard, of Clapcot, Berks, 208n
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 55n, 208, 285, 311n, 461, 480n, 522, 525
-, Alderman Thomas, junior, 210n, 480, 522
-, proceeding in suit by executors of, against the City for repayment of loan to the King, 197, 198
-, Thomas, 55n
-, of Clapcot, Berks, 208n

Benyon, Mr., 308

Berkeley, George, Lord, 448
-, Henry, Lord, 449
-, Robert, justice of the K.B., 469

Bermondsey Street, 474

Bernardi, Philip, merchant of Genoa, 189

Berwick, governor of, Francis, second Earl of Bedford, 125n
-, Lord Willoughby, 410n

Beseley, Mr., a woodmonger, 266

Best, Jonathan, an hermaphrodite, 168

Bestow, Mr., Her Majesty's Turner, 237

Bethlehem Hospital, a commission appointed to consider certain acts concerning, 171
-, commission recalled and a new one granted, 172
-, letter, Attorney General forwarding copy of case concerning possessions of, 172
-, the new burial-ground at, 333n

Betton, Thomas, his gift for redemption of captives, 52n

Biddulph, Robert Myddleton, 3n
-, Major-Gen. Sir Thomas Myddelton, K.C.B., 3n

Bierbaum or Breboom, Gerard, 185

Bigg, Mr., 552

Bilby, John, 15

Bilcliff, Francis, 289

Billesden, John, will of, 113

Billet, Dr., 53

Billets, supply of, for King's household, 381

Billingsgate porters, 142

Billingsgate Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Adams, 9n
-, Sir William Allen, 506n
-, Sir Thomas Bennet, 208n
-, William Box, 1n, 562
-, Sir James Cambell, 208n, 498n
-, Sir Sebastian Harvey, 313n
-, Sir John Langley, 276n
-, Sir Thomas Lowe, 210n

Billingsley, Sir Henry, alderman, 2, 31n
-, Roger, 2

Bingham, captain of the Artillery Company, 23
-, recommended by the King as keeper of Kilmore Castle, 175

Biscay, merchants trading to, 409

Biscuits for the fleet, to be furnished from the City's store, 376

Biscuits for the navy, supply of wheat from the City's granaries for making, 390

Bishopsgate, spital at, 52
-, a sugar refinery set up at, 480
-, Street, the repair of the pump at, 556

Bishopsgate Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Rowland Backhouse, 13n
-, Sir Thomas Bennet, 208n
-, Sir William Craven, 211n
-, Mr. Franklyn, 7n
-, Sir Hugh Hammersley, 404n
-, Sir Thos. Hayes, 4n
-, Sir John Langham, 9n
-, Sir James Pemberton, 520n
-, Richard Pype, 332n
-, Sir Thomas Rowe, 332n
-, Sir Thomas Skinner, 2n
-, Nathan Wright, 9n

Blackfriars, 229
-, residence of the Master of the Wardrobe at, 5n
-, playhouse at, 355, 356, 357; order of the Star Chamber as to inconveniences caused by, 356
-, repair of the City's wall at, 481
-, the house of Lord Cobham at, 554
-, injury done to the houses and garden walls of Lord Beauchamp and William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke at, 516

Black Greyhound, the ship, the crew to be satisfied their wages, 488

Blackheath, tumultuous assemblies at, 458

Blacksmiths' Company, suit against master of, 94, 258
-, to inquire as to desirability of patent for cutting iron into small rods, 217

Blackwell Hall, 69, 271
-, searching of cloth at, 70, 71
-, cloth sold at seized, 443

Blackwell, Mrs., 310, 311

Blanchappleton, near Aldgate, 2n
-, title to houses in, 448

Blanchard, Leonard, 371

Blande, John, to be appointed collector of the subsidies, 197

Blanke, Sir Thomas, alderman, 153, 207, 290n, 435, 490, 551n
-, Thomas, 153n

Blincoe, Nicholas, alderman, election of, 5

Blincorne, a carpenter, 60

Blockley, Mr., officer of Lord Mayor's household, 290

Blount, Edward, 318
-, Elizabeth, 318
-, Sir Richard, 442n

Bludworth, Anne, wife of Judge Jeffreys, 65n
-, John, vintner, 222
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 65, 306n

Blunt, Sir Michael, Lieut. of the Tower, 436

Boar's Head in Eastcheap, 355

Bodleian Library, books presented to by Sir Kenelm Digby, 203n

Bohemia, Elizabeth, Queen of, sister of Charles I., 211n
-, Frederick, Count Palatine, King of, 411

Boleyn, Alice, wife of Sir John Fortescue, 438n
-, Sir Geoffrey, alderman, 438n

Boleyn, Lady Mary, sister of Queen Anne Boleyn, 149n, 155n

Bolles, Sir George, alderman, 311n

Bolton Castle, 149n

Bolton, Mr., Merchant Taylor, 91
-, the Rev. Robert, 139n
-, Dr. Samuel, 139
-, Sir Wm., alderman, 64n

Bonadventure, the Susan, one of the City's ships, 241, 243

Bonaventura, the Elizabeth, 379n

Bond, Anne, daughter of Sir William Bond, alderman, 296n
-, Sir George, alderman, 38n
-, Sir William, alderman, 296n

Books, proclamation against the issue of 'A Discovery of a Gaping Gulf,' 29
-, Popish intercepted, 31
-, the capture of two reported, 32
-, the Lord Mayor to distribute the King's book, 'Deus et Rex,' 32, 32n
-, search to be made for the persons busied in translating a scandalous book against the State, 32
-, common prayer, 129
-, communion, 131
-, being conveyed to Cambridge by the carrier seized, 144
-, bales of, belonging to the Brickmans, seized, 144
-, power of the Stationers' Company to search and seize all doubtful, 144n
-, seizure of, intended for the University of Oxford or Cambridge, 145
-, relating to the plague, 340, 343, 346
-, one issued by the King concerning charitable uses and for the punishment of rogues and vagrants, 363

Boorne, Elizabeth, 2n

Boothby, Sir Brooke, Bart., 4n
-, Sir Henry, Bart., 4n

Bordeaux, wine from, 494

Boswell Court, Fleet Street, the residence of Peter Pheasant, Recorder, 511n

Boteley, Norfolk, 441n

Botolph Lane, 31

Botolph's Wharf, a lease of, granted to the Russia Company, 176

Botolph, St., Bishopsgate, 520
-, Sir William Allen, alderman, buried at, 506n

Boulogne, Francis Russell, Earl of Bedford, one of the hostages for the restoration of, 125n

Bouncher, Peter, 315

Bourcher, Elizabeth, wife of Oliver Cromwell, 31n
-, Thomas, 31n

Bourchier, John, Earl of Bath, 309n
-, Sir John, patent granted to, for the making of soap, 225n
-, William, Earl of Ewe, 309n

Bourne, Mr., 471

Bowes, Sir Martin, alderman, 428n

Bowier, Francis, alderman, 2

Bow Lane, dwelling of Sir William Allen, alderman, in, 506n

Bowling alleys, unlawful games in, 17

Bowling alley, permission for building one sought, 164
-, the building of one stayed by the Lord Mayor, 165
-, power to suppress all, applied for, 165

Boyde, Sir Andrew, patentee for search, &c., of coals shipped at Newcastle, 83

Bowyer, Sir George, Bart., M.P., 13n
-, Sir William, 13n

Box, William, alderman, 1, 562

Brabant, John, Duke of, 92n

Brabent, Robert, 120

Bracebridge, Alice, 80n

Brackenbury, Thomas, 128

Brackley, Viscount, Lord Chancellor, see Ellesmere, Lord.

Bradley, Little, Suffolk, 441n
-, Robert, 148

Bradshaw, Mr., 490
-, Cornewall, City chronologer, 306n

Brakenbury, Richard, property belonging to attached, 484; to be restored, 485, 486

Bramley, Thomas, 493

Bramston, John, Lord Chief Justice, 468, 469n

Branche, Sir John, alderman, 124, 206, 430, 431, 539
-, John, 124n
-, of Laynham, Suffolk, 124n

Brandon, Henry and Charles, Dukes of Suffolk, 125n

Brasill wood for dyeing, 121

Bread, the assize of, 32, 33, 92, 373, 376, 377, 382, 383, 384, 385, 391
-, permission for the baking of twopenny loaves requested, 33
-, a Westminster baker committed for selling undersized, 33
-, estimate of monthly supply for the City, 389
-, corn, great scarcity of, 28

Bread Street, new building in, 44
-, Ward, aldermen of:—
-, William Abell, 14n
-, Edward Allen, 212n, 318n
-, Sir Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Benedict Barnham, 4n, 80n
-, Captain James Bunce, 10n
-, Sir Thomas Cambell, 72n
-, Sir Baptist Hicks, 5n
-, Mark Hildsley, 10n
-, William Kympton, 312n
-, Sir Martin Lumley, 105n, 318n
-, Sir Richard Martin, 4n, 80n
-, Sir Roger Martin, 308n
-, Sir Ambrose Nicholas, 208n
-, Sir Robert Parkhurst, 14n
-, Edward Rotheram, 212n

Bresse or Breaux, the family of, 320n

Brest, the haven of, soldiers sent to aid the King of France to recapture, 241
-, owners, &c., of ships employed for relief of, to be satisfied, 242
-, 200l. to be paid to Rowland Cotemore for setting forth ships to, 243

Brett, Captain, 23

Breuster, Walter, 157

Brewers not to brew or sell headstrong beer, 28

Brewers, complaint of their beer and ale being taken from them for the use of His Majesty's house, 29
-, sent to examine some wheat in the port of London, 373
-, petition of, against the transportation of barley out of Kent, &c., 381
-, limited to the brewing of two sorts of beer, 541
-, excessive quantity of malt used by, 541
-, the tippling houses furnished by night with strong beer by, 542
-, not to brew beer stronger than allowed by assize, 543
-, Company, all persons trading as brewers to be translated to the, 108

Brewhouses, private, to be suppressed, 28

Brickenden, Thomas, 299

Bridewell, to be used for storing corn, 264; granaries for storing corn erected at, 383
-, supply of wheat from, for victualling the navy, 390
-, the decay of the City's wall at, 481
-, old, 90n

Bridewell Hospital, the estate of Tothill belonging to, 169
-, complaint as to ground belonging to, enclosed by the Earl of Dorset, 170
-, application for lease of dwelling in, 170
-, Robert Winch treasurer of, 264
-, Mrs. Moody committed to, 266
-, the poor to be kept at work at, 358
-, committal of persons to, for assaulting the French ambassador, 454; their release desired by the ambassador, 454

Bridewell and Bethlem Hospitals, presidents of:—
-, Sir Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Sir Thomas Bennet, 208n
-, Sir Richard Brown, Knt. and Bart., 199n
-, Sir Lionel Duckett, 37n
-, Sir Leonard Halliday, 495n
-, Sir Thomas Middleton, 3n
-, Sir Thomas Rowe, 2n
-, Sir Stephen Slaney, 80n
-, Sir Stephen Soame, 441n
-, Sir William Turner, 64n
-, Sir William Webbe, 30n

Bridge House accounts, auditor of, 291
-, clerkship of, 280
-, Thomas Bartrich recommended for, 280
-, garners and ovens at the, 178, 377, 383
-, corn to be provided and stored in the granary at the, 173n
-, corn to be supplied from, to be made into biscuits for the navy, 390
-, mill to grind corn to be placed at, 564
-, store of wheat at the, 374; viewed by ancients of Bakers' Company, 375
-, 900 quarters of wheat to be transported from, free of custom dues, 375

Bridgemasters, complaint of, as to City's mill on the Lee, 552

Bridgemasters, suit against, with respect to lease of tenement in St. Nicholas Shambles, 39

Bridge at Stratford-le-Bow, decayed state of, 34

Bridges, John, 154

Bridgewater, John Egerton, Earl of, 162

Bridgewater Square, Barbican, 162n

Bridge Within Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir William Allen, 506n
-, Sir Thomas Atkins, 143n
-, John Beale, 18n
-, William Gore, 211n
-, Sir Thomas Rich, 64n
-, Robert Smith, 64n
-, George Smithes, 211n
-, Rowland Wilson, 18n

Bridge Without, the Ward of, 472, 477
-, musters in, 473
-, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Maurice Abbott, 166n
-, Sir William Allen, 506n
-, Sir Thomas Alleyn, 199n
-, Sir George Barnes, 181n
-, Sir Richard Browne, Knt. and Bart., 199n
-, Sir Cuthbert Buckle, 506n
-, Sir Thomas Cambell, 72n
-, Richard Dean, 522n
-, Charles Doe, 199n
-, Gerard Gore, 105n
-, Sir Richard Levett, 199n
-, Sir Isaac Pennington, 200n
-, Richard Pyatt, 522n
-, Thomas Starkey, 486n
-, Sir John Wollaston, 200n
-, Sir Nicholas Woodrof, 35n

Bright, Alice, the wife of Ald. Sir Thomas Cambell, 73n
-, Edward, 73n

Brimstone, the price of, 519

Bristol, annual fairs at, 345
-, Queen Elizabeth's Hospital at, 1,000l. left to, by Lady Mary Ramsay, 91n
-, George Snygge, recorder of, 300n
-, trained bands for service in Ireland to embark at, 245

Brittaine, list of the ships and soldiers that accompanied H.M. fleet to, 241

Britton Lawrence, 369

Brixton, hundred of, hue and cry to be made of a robbery committed at, 475

Broad, Matthew, 498

Broad Street, Cockayne House in, 100n
-, conduit pipes in, to be repaired, 552
-, the Earl of Shrewsbury's house in, 159

Broad Street Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir William Cockayne, 100n
-, Edward Cotton, 100n
-, Sir Wolstan Dixie, 435n
-, Sir Thomas Lowe, 80n, 210n
-, Sir John Ryvers, 38n
-, Sir Stephen Slaney, 80n

Broade, Thomas, 160

Brocket, Sir John, 176

Broke, Ralph, pursuivant-at-arms, 490

Brokers or brogers, 209, 359
-, the abuses of to be reformed, 40
-, Jacomo de Monti to be admitted a, 40
-, not to deal in gold or silver wares, 528

Brokers or brogers, office for registering all sales and pawns made to retailing brokers established, 40

Bromeley, William, 314

Bromfield, Mr., alderman, 105n

Bromley, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Oliver Cromwell, 439n
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Chancellor, 118, 148, 177, 231, 266, 308, 310, 439n, 450, 491, 492, 539, 540
-, requests that one of the clerks of the Mayor's Court might be restored to his office, 271
-, letter concerning grant of the gaugership held by George Heton, late chamberlain, 274
-, thanks from, for grant of reversion of office of secondary to George Fytton, 280
-, correspondence with as to removal from office of the keeper of Newgate, 369, 370, 371

Brook, Mr., patent to for weighing and taring of sugar chests, 479, 480

Brough, Sir John, 187n

Broughton Bleane, contributions for the repair of the road at, 422

Broughton, Mr., 367

Brown-bakers, complaint of dearth of grain, 502

Brown, Sir Richard, of Sayes Court, 77

Browne, Francis, 496
-, Sir Richard, Knt. and Bart., alderman, 199, 306, 425
-, Richard, alias Moses, of Oakingham, Berks, 199
-, Thomas, 259
-, Walter, 175

Browneridge, Matthew, of Ipswich, 464

Brownrigg, Matthew, skinner, 173

Bruce, Edward, Lord, Earl of Kynlosse, 40
-, Sir George, a patent for the making of salt granted to, 215, 216
-, John, some account of the Star Chamber by, 42n

Bruges, William, Lord Chandos, 154n

Bryckman, Francis, 144n

Brydges, Sir John, alderman, 45n
-, Winifred, wife of Sir Richard Sackville, 45n

Buaimonto, Hipolito, 488

Buckeridge, John, Bishop of Rochester, 170

Buckett,—, painter and gilder of leather, 183

Buckhurst, Thomas, Earl of Dorset, see Sackville, Thomas.

Buckingham, Edward Stafford, third Duke of, see Stafford, Edward.
-, George Villiers, first and second Dukes of, see Villiers.
-, Mary, Countess of, 161n

Buckinghamshire, Earl of, 80n

Buckle, Christopher, 315n
-, Sir Cuthbert, alderman, 4n, 206n, 315, 432, 506n

Budge Row, residence of Sir T. Pullison, alderman, in, 284n

Buildings, proclamation against new to be carried into effect, 42, 44, 45, 47, 50, 51, 541

Buildings, references to the proclamations and statute against, &c., 41, 42, 44, 331, 332, 429, 541
-, erection of prevented, 41, 50
-, the number of to be ascertained, 42, 46, 50; returns thereof, 44, 46, 50
-, persons erecting, or dividing single tenements to be called before the Star Chamber, 43; to be committed to prison, 44
-, complaints against persons for dividing houses into small tenements:—
-, Nicholas Park, brewhouse in Southwark, 44
-, William Pendleton, 45
-, complaints against persons for nuisances occasioned by erection of:—
-, John Halliwell, a house in Chancery Lane, 47
-, William Oxebo, a forge in Leadenhall Street, 51
-, William Priestley, a house in Bread Street, 44
-, petition to the Council against, in Westminster, Strand, Holborn, &c., 49; referred to Lord Cottington and others, 49
-, certificate of sworn viewers as to, in Fetter Lane, 46
-, at the west gate of St. Paul's to be removed, 48
-, the erecting of, and frequenting of infamous houses a means of spreading the plague, 331; remedies suggested, 330–1
-, commissioners for:—
-, letter from James I. to, 48
-, letters to the Lord Mayor from, 47–48

Bull-baitings to be suppressed, 342

Bull Inn, Bishopsgate, 351

Bull, Dr. John, 211n

Bulman, Mr., 271

Bunce, James, alderman, 10
-, James, of Gracechurch Street, 10n

Bunhill, shooting at, 305n

Buntingford, Herts, relief of poor of, 287n

Burbage, James, 354n, 355n

Burchmore, Robert, 545

Burdett, John, 545

Burell, Elizabeth, will of, 113

Burghley, William, Lord, 27n, 33, 35, 36, 38, 38n, 118, 150, 154, 157, 202n, 265, 271, 272, 275, 277, 280, 284, 329, 330, 334, 335, 372, 393, 406, 458, 484, 501, 503, 504, 518, 554, 564

Burials restrained in St. Paul's Churchyard, 332
-, new burial-place at Moorfields, provided by Sir T. Rowe, alderman, 332

Burkshawe, Mr., 149

Burlamachi, 219n

Burlamache, Philip, 197, 219n, 388

Burnsale, grammar school at, endowed by Sir William Craven, alderman, 211n

Burrell, Mr., 217n
-, William, 513

Burroughs, Captain John, City chronologer, 306n

Bury St. Edmunds, thanks from, for contributions for relief of poor afflicted with plague, 348

Bush and sign at taverns, 548, 549

Bush-colliers, 34

Bushopp, Edward, 303

Butchers, the licensing of, to kill flesh in Lent, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, 403, 482
-, the appointment of, bestowed upon the clerks of the Council, 396
-, to produce their licences to, 402
-, the sinister practices of, 387, 388
-, Company to convey offal to the waterside for feeding the King's bears, 478

Butter and cheese, the Justices of the Peace of Suffolk, Norfolk, and Essex charged with restraining the provision of, 396
-, permission for their transport to the City granted, 396
-, scarcity and increase in prices of, 399, 400
-, petition of freemen trading in, against certain statutes, 401

Byfleete, John, 128

Byngley, John, remembrancer of the Exchequer, 190
-, trial of, for extortion, 190n

Byron, the Duke, the tradesmen's request for payment for furnishing stuffs, saddles, &c., to the train of, 409

C

Cabot, 'Sir Sebastian, first Governor of the Russia Company, 176n

Cadiz, the taking of, 151n, 241n
-, allowance made for soldiers sent to, 251, 253

Cæsar, Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls, 60, 189, 215, 216, 222, 278, 286, 288, 289, 437, 521, 544
-, letter from, soliciting the reversion of an attorneyship of the Sheriffs' Court for John Glyn, 302

Calais, the siege of, 202n
-, the loss of, 209
-, capture of from the King of Spain, 243
-, cost incurred by the City in the expedition to, 244
-, train bands sent to, 531n

Caldecott, Mr., 315

Calivers, 242

Calley, Richard, 311
-, William, will of, 113
-, Sir William, 466

Calthorpe, Henry, recorder, 301, 304
-, Sir Martin, alderman, 4n

Calvert, Sir George, Lord Baltimore, 163, 184, 411, 511, 533, 560

Calves, the sale of, 400

Cambell, Mr., 440
-, Hester, wife of Alderman John Gore, 105n

Cambell, Sir James, alderman, 73n, 208n, 498, 499
-, Robert, of Fulsham, Norfolk, 73n
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 72, 105n, 292n, 498n

Cambridge, Augustine Friars' monastery in, 144n
-, William Fulke, Vice-Chancellor of the University of, 150n
-, waggons, merchandise, or passengers from, not to enter the City on account of the plague there, 343
-, exhibitions to, 495n

Campden, Viscount, see Sir Baptist Hicks.

Campes, Essex, the manor of, 461

Campion, Mr., 407
-, Henry, 459

Candlewick Street, the White Lion in, 547

Candlewick Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Henry Billingsley, 2n, 156n
-, Sir John Garrard, 2n
-, Tempest Milner, 64n
-, Sir Edward Osborne, 156n
-, William Turner, 64n

Canning Street, 128

Cannings, Mr., 160

Canonbury, the manor of, given by Queen Elizabeth to Sir John Spencer, alderman, 172n

Canons, Middlesex, residence of Sir Thomas Lake, 5n

Canterbury, marriage of Charles I. and Queen Henrietta Maria at, 421n
-, the repair of the high road at Broughton Bleane, 422
-, the Prerogative Court of, 320
-, Archbishop of, 301, 316, 328, 329, 352, 353, 401
-, George Abbott, 166n, 269
-, Edmund Grindal, 153
-, Gilbert Sheldon, 139n
-, John Whitgift, 130n, 169

Capel Court, derivation of its name, 552n

Capel, Elizabeth, wife of the Marquis of Winchester, 552n

Capell, Giles, fined, 1,000l. by the Star Chamber, 42n
-, Sir William, alderman, 42n, 552n

Captives, collections for the redemption of, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56

Cardenas, John de, 284

Cardiff, Sir John Herbert buried in St. John's Church at, 217n

Careless, Colonel, 517

Carew, Anne, wife of Sir Allen Apsley, 442n
-, George, Lord, Earl of Totness, 162, 440
-, recommends Mr. Leech for the office of Remembrancer, 293
-, Sir Peter, 442n
-, Lady Thomasine to nominate two persons for coal meters, 299

Carey, Catherine, wife of Sir Francis Knowles, 149n
-, Sir George, 264
-, William, 149n

Carleton, Sir Dudley, Viscount Dorchester, 14, 515

Carmen, disorders committed by, 57
-, complaints made against unlicensed, 58
-, dwelling in Southwark, the rating of, 57, 59, 475

Caron, Sir Noel de, ambassador, 258, 259

Carpenter, David, 302
-, John, 322
-, Robert, 298, 322

Carpenters' Company to inquire into the patent for cutting iron into small rods, 218

Carracks, capture of, 187n

Carre-rome in the Tower, the office of, 277

Carrick goods, 187

Carter, William, 128

"Carterwright," a book called seized, 32

Carts, standing of regulated, 56
-, the ordering of, by the governors of Christ's Hospital, 56
-, complaint of the increase in the number of, 57
-, 200 to be supplied to remove the effects of James I. to Greenwich, 57, 409
-, to be rated at four nobles yearly, 58
-, a long cart to be provided for the king's service, 58, 59
-, the government of, to be given to the Woodmongers, 58, 59, 60
-, the number of to be licensed, not to exceed, 400, 59

Cart-taker, the office of, vacant, 287
-, the appointment alternately with the governors of Christ's Hospital and the City, 287

Cary, Sir Edward, 153

Castelyn, Elizabeth, second wife of Sir Roger Martin, 308n
-, William, 308n

Castill, Thomas, 308

Castle Baynard Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir William Bolton, 64n
-, Francis Bowier, 2n
-, Sir William Cockayne, 100n, 520n
-, Richard Cox, 7n
-, Sir Richard Fenn, 528
-, John Gore, 105n
-, Sir H. Handford, 7n
-, Sir James Hawes, 551n
-, Peter Houghton, 2n
-, Sir Edward Osborne, 156n
-, Francis Pember, 8n
-, Sir James Pemberton, 520n
-, Sir William Rowe, 2n
-, William Turner, 64n

Castlemaine, the Countess of, 42n, 51n

Cater, William, search for and capture of, 191
-, to be rated for loan, 191

Cattle, the killing of within and near the City complained of, 331

Cecil, Edward, Earl of Wimbledon, 253n, 254, 514
-, Sir Robert, first Earl of Salisbury, 71, 155, 216n, 258, 286, 314, 319n, 395, 519, 520
-, Sir William, see Burghley, Lord.
-, William, second Earl of Salisbury, 319n

Cecil House, Strand, 558

Ceremonies, master of the, Sir Lewis Lewkenor, 12; Sir John Fynett, 14n

Chadwell, water from springs at, 555

Chamber and Bridge House accounts, auditor of, 291

Chamberlain, a chest of evidences for the heirs of James Barnard in the custody of, 310
-, a chest of evidences belonging to Joan Hartop in the custody of, 312
-, the Lord, 285, 317, 358, 395, 396, 456, 474, 480, 505, 506
-, Mr. Robert, 141

Chambers, Simon, 90
-, William, 42

Chancellor, the Lord, 288, 289, 291, 293, 307, 312, 350, 431, 433, 459, 487, 494, 495, 496, 539

Chancery, suit in against the City by executors of Alderman Thomas Bennett, 197
-, the suit between Nicholas and Skevington in, 287
-, order of the Court of, in the cause between Coop and Dereham, 315
-, certificate of, in an orphanage cause, referred to the Court of Aldermen, 315
-, names of offenders against the laws for abstinence from flesh sent to, 393

Chancery Lane, 452n

Chapman, Henry, 79
-, Sir John, alderman, 88n
-, John, 517

Chapmen, tradesmen of London desire permission to meet the, at Bristol Fair, 345
-, not to sell poultry in shops, inns, &c., 402

Charing Cross, the residence of Sir Thomas Bromley at, 177
-, Lord Fenton's house at, 555
-, the Mews at, 561

Charitable uses, the commissioners for, 166

Charles I. directs the Lord Mayor to prevent the City officers from intermeddling in contracts, &c., 1
-, coronation of, 116
-, request of, for the admission of David Etgher to the freedom, 162
-, warrant of, to reform the march of the English nation, 254
-, recommends an increase in the number of coal meters, 299
-, recommendations of persons by, for appointments to and reversions of offices:—
-, Thomas May for chronologer, 306
-, Mr. Murray for coal meter, 297
-, Captain William Smith, ditto, 299
-, John Duncombe, ditto, 307
-, John Cocker for common hunt, 297
-, Francis Walworth for common packer, 298
-, Joseph Cocke for town clerk, &c., 304
-, Edward Littleton for recorder, 302
-, Robert Mason, ditto, 304
-, Henry Calthorpe, ditto, 304
-, Thomas Gardiner, ditto, 304
-, desires that Edmond Waller, who had married an orphan, might be pardoned, 319

Charles I. desires that an end might be put to the suit in orphanage, by the heir of Robert Angell, 320; the like in the case of William, Lord Craven, 320
-, a commission issued by, for the repair of St. Paul's, 323n
-, signifies his intention to take upon himself the whole cost of the repair of the west end of St. Paul's, 329
-, instructions from, for preventing the increase of the plague, 348
-, his marriage with Queen Henrietta Maria, 421
-, the birth of a prince announced by, 419
-, evil rumours about, spread, 422
-, a guard of 10,000 men offered to, by Sir George Whitmore, alderman, 297n
-, Sheriff Atkins appointed a commissioner for the trial of, 143n

Charles II., coronation of, 117
-, thanks the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council for their loyal manifestations, 423
-, declaration of, sent from Breda, 423
-, recommends the restoration of the case aldermen removed for their affection to the late King, 8
-, recommends consideration of the case of Sir John Weld, who had been dismissed for the same cause, 306
-, recommends William Cutler for the office of garbler, 307

Charter, petition of the Lord Mayor and Commonalty for a, 61; proceedings thereon, 63; said to contain clauses not in the King's warrant, 102n
-, issue of search warrants in the City contrary to, 399

Charterhouse, the, James I. at, 3n
-, John Overall, D.D., a governor of, 160n
-, increase of buildings at, 331

Charter parties, breaches in complained of, 1

Chase, Elizabeth, 47

Chatham, hospital for mariners, &c., at, 234n

Chattie, William, 157

Cheapside, Alderman Sir Richard Martyn's house in, 1
-, Humphrey Smith's residence in, 80n
-, Alderman Sir Nicholas Backhouse's residence in, 176
-, Goldsmith Row in, 106
-, persons keeping meaner trades than goldsmiths to remove from, 108
-, the pillory in, 90n
-, cross, the reparation of, 61; the defacement of, 66

Cheap Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Alleyn, 199n
-, Edward Barkham, 313n
-, Gilbert Harrison, 528n
-, Sir Sebastian Harvey, 313n, 441n
-, Sir Thomas Ramsey, 91n
-, Humphrey Smith, 528n
-, Sir Stephen Soame, 441n

Cheese, the restraint of, from Suffolk, Norfolk, and Essex, to be removed, 396

Cheese, scarcity of, complained of, 399

Chelsea, fishing for salmon at complained of, 507
-, fishermen at charged with fishing out of bounds, 508
-, College of Divines at, 135
-, Hospital for decayed soldiers, 135n

Cheney, R., alderman, 318n

Cheney, Sir Richard, permission given to erect a statue of King Edward VI., 212

Cheney, Sir Thomas, 168n

Cherubine, the, one of the ships provided by the City, 241

Chester, William, alderman, 37n
-, staple of cotton and friezes desired for, 69
-, troops sent to, 234

Cheney, Henry, Lord, 168

Chichester, Sir Arthur, Lord Deputy for Ireland, 174

Chimney sweepers, petition of, and answer thereto, 67

Chiswick, gravel and rubbish cast into the Thames at, 504
-, dispute with the fishermen of, 506, 507

Christ Church, Newgate Street, the complaint of the singing, &c., in, 126
-, the foundation and charge of, 126
-, complaint of Bekwith, a minor canon of St. Paul's, of innovations at, 129
-, Bekwith expelled from, 129
-, proposed removal of preaching ministers, and substitution of priests or singing ministers, 131
-, four ministers provided for, 366

Christ's Hospital, the regulation of carts by governors of impugned by a decision of the Court of King's Bench, 56
-, application to admit a poor child to, not complied with, 169
-, benefactors to:—
-, Sir Wolstan Dixie, 435n
-, John Heydon, 206n
-, Lady Ramsay, 91n
-, presidents of:—
-, Sir Thomas Atkins, 143n
-, Sir W. Craven, 211n
-, Sir Wolstan Dixie, 435n
-, Sir John Frederick, 560n
-, Sir John Gayre, 9n
-, Sir Hugh Hammersley, 404n
-, Sir Martin Lumley, 105
-, Sir Richard Martin, 4n
-, Sir Thomas Offley, 37n
-, Sir Thomas Ramsey, 91n
-, Sir Stephen Slaney, 80n
-, Sir John Frederick, alderman, educated at, 560n
-, the great hall rebuilt, 560n

Chronologer, the City, the appointment of, solicited for Thomas May, 305
-, Thomas Middleton admitted, 305n
-, Benjamin Jonson admitted, 305n; his fees withheld, 315n; a pension granted to him, 305n; the decease of, 305
-, Edward Hewes, formerly, 306n
-, Francis Quarles admitted, 306n
-, Walter Frost admitted, 306n

Chronologer, the City, Captain John Burroughs admitted, 306n
-, Cornewall Bradshaw surrendered, 306n
-, the office discontinued, 306n

Church, Robert, 130

Churches, taverns erected too near, to be removed, 545

Cinque Ports, letters to the barons of, as to letters of pluries, 428
-, letters from the barons of, complaining of the committal of a freeman of Rye to Newgate, 430
-, complaint of the imprisonment of citizens of London at the, under the pretended privilege of Withernam, 435
-, conference to be held with the mayors, bailiffs, &c., of the, at Dover, 436
-, Samuel Wilcock, a combarron of the, 443
-, ancient liberties and custom of, 497
-, Lord Wardens of,—Lord Cobham, 210, 378n; Edward, Lord Zouch, 161n

City counsel, the office of, 303

City courts, a clerkship in requested for Mr. Ayloffe, 271

City lands committee, application to, for a lease of the City's water-house at Dowgate, 557; order thereon, 558

City's works, clerkship of, 279

Clanricarde, Richard de Burgh, Earl of, 152n

Clarendon, Earl of, Lord Chancellor, 139, 164

Clark, Edward, application of to be disfranchised, 161
-, John, 314

Clarke, Richard, the orphans of, 317

Clayton, William, 36

Clemens, Peter, a collection to be made for, 60

Clement Danes, St., Roger Haughton buried at, 319n

Clement, St., Eastcheap, Benedict Barnham, alderman, buried at, 80n

Clench, John, Baron of the Exchequer, 113

Clergy, the Lord Mayor (Harvey) charged with ill-treating the, 128

Clerke, Anthony, 150

Clerkenwell, stage plays in to be prevented, 338
-, Green, the Session House at, built, 264n

Clerk of the Papers, the office of, 298

Cleveland, Earl of, see Wentworth, Thomas.

Clink, the liberty of the, 477

Clinton, Edward, Lord, see Lincoln, the Earl of.

Clopton, John, 457

Cloth, a patent granted of penalties inflicted for false making of kerseys, 68; its efficacy in the City disputed, 68
-, abuses committed in the draping and trade in, 69, 70, 526
-, petition from the citizens of Westchester for the establishment of a staple of cotton and friezes at Chester, 69
-, stretching of on tenters to be abolished, 70
-, act of Common Council for holding a market for the sale of, 72
-, complaint made of the quality of the, sent to France, 72

Cloth, right of the citizens to sell Welsh, at Oswestry, Salop, 73
-, petition from the clothiers of Blackwell Hall and proceedings thereon, 76, 77
-, petition of the Mayor and Commonalty, complaining of the conduct of the factors in, trading at Blackwell Hall, 77
-, purchased at Blackwell Hall seized by the Lord Mayor's officers, 443
-, alnage and alnager of, 71, 72, 271, 272, 277
-, complaint made against the deputy alnagers, 73, 74, 75
-, the Duke of Lenox, farmer of the alnage, requested to grant a lease to the City, 74, 75
-, the hot press of, patent granted to Sir George Dowglas, 74
-, searching of, the right claimed by Nicholas Spencer, 69
-, complaint of justices of Basingstoke as to research of, at Blackwell Hall, and answer of Her Majesty's alnager thereto, 70, 71
-, complaint of the clothiers of Suffolk of the researching of, at Leadenhall, 76
-, all cloths to be searched at Blackwell Hall, 71, 76

Clothworkers' Company, James I. and the Duke of Lenox admitted to the freedom of, 287n
-, Hall, Charles II., his queen, and the queen mother dined at, 88n
-, Sir John Watt's house near, 287n

Clutterbuck, Ferdinando and Giles, settlement of differences to be made between, 496

Coaches, persons prohibited from keeping in London and Westminster, unless they kept four geldings, 421
-, Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and officers permitted to keep, 421

Coal, composition for the carrying of, for the use of the King's house, 57
-, measuring of sea coal, 78, 81
-, the excessive price of, 81
-, grants of, for the poor of the City, free of impost, 81, 84, 85, 87, 88
-, complaints by farmers of customs as to abuses in the lading of coal ships at Newcastle, 81
-, complaint against Lieutenant of the Tower, for preventing cars laden with, from passing through the Tower, 82
-, causes of enhancing the price and impairing the quality of, by the town of Newcastle, and remedies suggested for reforming abuses, 79
-, reply to the answer of the town of Newcastle, as to the mixture of sea coal, 79; a commission appointed to inquire into the abuses, 79; Mr. Christopher Lewen and Mr. Henry Sanderson appointed commissioners for the city of London, 79, 81; refusal of the town of Newcastle to appoint commissioners, 81

Coal, letter from the Duke of Lenox as to the mixture of sea coals, 83
-, report of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen thereon, 84
-, a convoy to be provided to protect the coal ships, 85; estimate of the cost thereof, 86
-, the dues upon, for the maintenance of the lights at Wintertonness, to be collected, 86
-, orders made by the society of coal merchants for the vend and delivery of, 88
-, John Grey and Edward Dorsell committed to the Fleet for refusing to sell coals at rates set down by Act of Parliament, 88
-, the Lord Mayor and Aldermen to give an account of their proceedings under the Act, 89
-, a contribution to be levied upon, to suppress piracy, 251
-, the price of sea coals in 1619, 386
-, sixpence to be levied on every 100 tons, to defray the expenses for making a new channel for coal ships, 417, 418
-, the search and survey of, complaint of the towns of Newcastle, Lyme Regis, Yarmouth, &c., of an office erected for, 82
-, allegations against the patentee, 83
-, gatherer, 285
-, meters to keep an account of all ships and the quantity of coals unladen in the port of London, 82
-, three additional to be appointed, 88
-, petition of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen to James I., upon filling up the office of, 295, 296
-, recommendation of Charles I. for increasing the number of, to twelve, 299
-, reply of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, 299
-, act of Common Council limiting the number to ten, 299
-, recommendations of persons for appointments to and reversions of the office:—John Duncombe, 307; Mr. Murray, 297; Captain William Smith, 299; John Spencer, 286; Francis Vernon, 307

Coat and conduct money, 232, 234, 251, 416

Cobham Place, Queen Elizabeth entertained at, 378
-, Henry, tenth Lord, 152
-, William Brooke, fifth Lord, 378
-, William Brooke, ninth Lord, 210, 554

Cochinela, Graine and, 121

Cockayne, Abigail, wife of John Carey, fifth Lord Hunsdon, 100n
-, Anne, wife of Sir Hatton Fermor, of Easton Neston, 100n
-, Charles, Viscount Cullen, 100n
-, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, Viscount Fanshawe, 100n
-, Jane, wife of a son of the Earl of Mulgrave, 100n

Cockayne, Sir John, recorder, 100n
-, Martha, wife of Montague Bertie, second Earl of Lindsay, 100n
-, wife of Viscount Haddington, 158n
-, Mary, wife of Charles Howard, second Earl of Nottingham, 100n
-, Thomas, recorder, 100n
-, William, merchant adventurer, 100n
-, Sir William, alderman, 100, 142, 211, 224, 368, 555

Cocke, Joseph, 304

Cockem, William, 494

Cocker, John, recommended for common hunt, 295, 297

Cockes, Mr., the reversion of the office of packership requested for, 270

Cocket dues, 372

Cockets, clerk of the, 82

Cock fights to be suppressed, 342

Cod fish, 426

Cofferer of the King's household, 12n
-, to Queen Anne, 442n

Coinage, complaint as to the circulation of light Spanish coin, 89
-, letter patent granted for the making and uttering of farthing tokens, 89

Coke or Cooke, Sir Anthony, 80n
-, Sir Edward, Lord Chief Justice, 78, 93, 101, 169, 283, 316, 400, 462, 520, 541
-, Elizabeth, 148n
-, Sir John, Secretary, 14, 49, 296, 342
-, Mildred, wife of Lord Salisbury, 71, 155n

Coldharbour, 229, 269, 439, 440

Coleman Street Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Maurice Abbott, 3n, 166n
-, Sir Thomas Cambell, 72n
-, Sir John Frederick, 560n
-, Sir James Harvey, 113n
-, Sir T. Middleton, 3n, 72n
-, Sir Stephen Slaney, 80n, 311n
-, Samuel Warner, 166n
-, Ralph Woodcock, 311n

Coleraine, defence of the town of, 174

Colet, John, mercer, 37n

Collins, Mr., 477

Colquite, Mr., 156

Colshal, Robert, 369

Comaroni, Caspar, 55

Comfertmaker, 283

Common Council, 276, 277, 278, 279
-, act of, passed for establishing a register of sales and pawns, 40
-, disaffected persons chosen to, 90
-, limitation of the number of coal meters by, 10, 279, 299
-, freedoms granted by, 156, 158
-, act of, passed for furnishing ships of war, 237; committee appointed to carry out, 239; committee express the desire of the City not to share in the partition of the purchase brought home by the fleet, 240
-, steps taken by, to impress twelve ships, 245
-, proceeding of, as to the raising of ship money, 467n

Common Council, act of, passed directing all cutlery wares to be brought to Leadenhall, 260; refusal of foreign cutlers to obey, 261
-, Dr. Gyles Fletcher elected remembrancer by, 282
-, the case of Sir John Weld, formerly town clerk, recommended to, by Charles II., 306
-, a meeting to be called to receive a communication from Charles II., 425
-, to take steps for the removal of sand, shelves, &c., in the Thames, 509
-, to levy a tax to pay the officers of the trained bands, 539
-, an act of, passed, authorizing Sir Hugh Middleton to bring water from Amwell, 556

Common cryer, 289n
-, Harbert Finche, 303
-, Henry Hodges, 303n

Common hunt to attend to receive vension warrants, 539
-, recommendations of persons for appointment to and reversions of the office:—John Cocker, 295, 297; John Dewell, 272, 274, 283; Hugh Smallwood, 298, 302

Common packer, the office of, purchased of the Crown, 298

Common pleader, office of, 285; Richard Wheeler admitted, 286n; surrendered, 286n
-, Peter Pheasant appointed, 511
-, recommendations of persons for appointment to and reversions of the office:—Edward Ayscough, 301; Thomas Brickenden, 299; Mr. Calthorpe, 301; John Finch, 301; John Keelinge, 299; Thomas Pickhaver, 295; Francis Walsted, 303

Common Prayer, the revised book of first used at St. Paul's, 153n

Common serjeant:—
-, Daniel Hills, 286n, 318
-, Thomas Jones, 318, 499
-, Ralph Latham, 318n
-, Mr. Mylbrum, 286
-, Bernard Randolph, 553
-, Richard Wheeler, 286, 315
-, Mr. Wyncall recommended for the office, 286
-, reversions of the office granted to John Cocke, 304; Richard Sutton, 277
-, Mr. Cæsar recommended for appointment as deputy, 378, 379

Companies of the City:—
-, Apothecaries, 96, 110, 213
-, Armourers, 155, 156
-, Bakers, 91, 102
-, Barber Surgeons, 289
-, Blacksmiths, 94, 217
-, Brewers, 108, 151, 156
-, Carpenters, 149, 151, 218
-, Clothworkers, 74, 149, 153
-, Cooks, 96, 97, 98, 148, 159
-, Cordwainers, 151
-, Cutlers, 93, 154, 260
-, Distillers, 111, 112
-, Drapers, 74, 158
-, Feltmakers, 95
-, Fishmongers, 202
-, Founders, 563
-, Gardeners, 99
-, Goldsmiths, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 150
-, Grocers, 94, 97, 213
-, Haberdashers, 104, 115, 160, 163, 217
-, Horners, 154
-, Innholders, 147, 149, 161
-, Ironmongers, 218, 260
-, Joiners, 96, 98, 150
-, Leathersellers, 101, 180, 182
-, Merchant Taylors, 74, 148, 150, 152, 155, 160
-, Musicians, 92, 148
-, Needlemakers, 104, 105
-, Painter Stainers, 149
-, Pewterers, 93, 107, 108, 111
-, Pinners, 97
-, Plasterers, 153
-, Plumbers, 563
-, Poulterers, 94, 108, 109
-, Salters, 147, 215, 227
-, Silkmen, 94
-, Silkweavers, 96
-, Skinners, 93
-, Stationers, 100, 144
-, Tallowchandlers, 160, 213
-, Vintners, 196
-, Watermen, 104, 110, 561, 562
-, Waxchandles, 147, 149
-, Weavers, 95, 103, 155
-, Woodmongers, 57, 58, 59, 160

Companies to supply their proportion of corn to the City store, 381, 383, 384, 389; the wardens of some, committed to Newgate for neglecting to do so, 389

Compton, Henry, Bishop of London, 447
-, William, Lord, Earl of Northampton, 172
-, Sir William, 447

Comptroller, Her Majesty's, 500

Comus, Milton's Mask of, performed at Ludlow Castle, 162n

Concealed lands, proceedings taken against the companies concerning, 112
-, leave given to them to plead the general issue, 113
-, the companies offer to abide by the decision of the Privy Council, 114
-, letter to Sir C. Hatton upon, 114
-, suits to be stayed pending the opinion of the Law Lords, 114, 115
-, stay of proceedings against the City, 115
-, letters patent requested and promised by the King, 116

Conductors of troops, allowances to, 126, 253

Conduit Head, shooting at, 305n
-, at Tyburn, 555

Conduits, the courses of the main pipes to be searched and defects to be remedied, 559
-, all unauthorized branches to be cut off, 559
-, the City's works for increasing the supply of water to, delayed, 559

Conduits, the waste water from Oxelees to be brought to the, 559

Conie, Thomas, 42

Consent, the, one of the City's ships, 241

Conservator of the Thames, see Thames.

Constable, one charged with abusing his office, 269
-, Sir John, 80n

Constantine, Alexander, 293
-, Thomas, 293

Convocation, Bishop Overall's book on, 160n

Conway, Sir Edward, Secretary of State, 7, 38, 224, 225, 297, 421, 456, 464

Conyers, Ralph, 285

Cooke, Alderman Sir Thomas, 29n, 80n, 153n

Cooks to be prevented from receiving headstrong beer, 543
-, to be examined as to the quantity and price of all ale and beer received, 544

Cooks' Company, their new charter referred to the consideration of Lord Chief Justice Coke, 96, 543; suspended, 97, 98
-, hall of the, 148

Coop, Richard, 315

Coopers' Company Free Grammar School, Ratcliff, Launcelot Andrews, Bishop of Winchester, educated at, 170n

Coppin, Sir George, 453, 557

Cordell, Sir William, 147, 270, 428

Cordwainer Ward, aldermen of:—
-, R. Cheney, 318n
-, Sir William Craven, 211n
-, Thomas Culham, 8n
-, Sir Jervis Elwes, 82n
-, John Hodges, 18n
-, Sir Robert Lee, 3n
-, Alexander Prescot, 318n
-, Thomas Smith, 18n
-, Thomas Starkey, 486n
-, Sir William Webbe, 30n
-, Edmund Wright, 8n

Cordwainers, controversy between the free and foreign, as to the buying of leather, 178, 179; Mr. Justice Meade appointed by the Court of Star Chamber to settle, 179

Corlus, George, 149

Corn, the City store of, 374, 375, 376, 383, 384, 387, 388, 389, 390
-, granaries for storing, 383, 389
-, the companies charged with not supplying their proportion, 389, 390, 391
-, exportation of, 374, 375, 378, 379, 381
-, high price of, 336, 337, 374, 377, 381, 383, 387, 390
-, mills for the grinding of, 504, 505, 506
-, scarcity of, through converting too much into malt, 380, 541, 542, 543
-, ships detained and sent for the provision of the City, 336, 372, 373, 376, 378, 380, 382, 387, 533
-, ships bringing, intercepted by kydders, &c., 377
-, the right of measurage of, 375
-, the quantity weekly used in London and Westminster, 345

Corn, arrangements made for the supply of King James's house with, 381

Cornelius, the orphans of, 317

Cornhill, riot in, 456

Cornhill Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Adams, 9n, 479n
-, Sir Thomas Blanke, 153n, 551n
-, Sir John Hart, 91n, 311n
-, Sir James Hawes, 551n
-, Sir Thomas Hayes, 4n
-, John Jurin, 10n
-, Sir J. Leman, 4n
-, Sir Nicholas Rainton, 479n
-, Sir Thomas Ramsey, 91n
-, Sir H. Rowe, 4n

Cornwall, the Duchy of, Thomas Smith receiver general, 517

Cornwallis, Mr., letters patent granted to, for the exercise of shooting, 17

Coronell, Sir Augustine, 447

Coroner, reversion of, office of solicited for David Carpenter, 302

Correction, houses of, two to be erected in Middlesex and Surrey, 358
-, the Corporation to contribute 500l. towards the erection of one for the county of Middlesex, 372

Corsletts, 242

Cosin, Bishop, 160n

Costermongers, 150

Costume, reformation of abuses in, &c., 117

Cotemore, Rowland, 243

Cottesford, John, 286

Cottington, Lord, 49

Cotton, Edward, alderman, 100n
-, Sir Robert, his scheme for a copper coinage, 89n

Couchman, Tilney, 301

Courson, Leonard, 282

Court, William, 288

Covent Garden, increase of new buildings in, 49
-, residence of Sir Kenelm Digby at, 203n

Coventry, Sampson Hopkins mayor of, 462
-, John, alderman, 8n
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Keeper, 8, 13, 50, 300, 343, 467, 479, 514
-, recommends a reversion of an attorneyship of the Sheriff Court to be granted to George Perkins, 301
-, solicits the office of remembrancer for Thomas Allured, 302, 304

Cow's Face, the, West Cheap, 148

Cox, George, 492
-, Judeth, orphan of William Cox, 307, 308
-, Richard, 464
-, Mr., 60

Coxe, Richard, alderman, 7, 464

Coxseter, John, 160

Coy, Mr., 271

Cozeners, 353

Cracherve, Robert, 301

Crane, Sir Francis, patent for the issue of farthing tokens granted to, 90n

Cranfield, Sir Lionel, 161, 171, 192, 254, 321, 463

Cranfield, Thomas, 161n

Cranford Church, Middlesex, 5n

Cranford, Mr., assault committed by, 452

Cranmer, Alice, daughter of Edmund Cranmer, 27n
-, Margaret, only daughter of Archbishop Cranmer, 27n

Craven House, Drury Lane, residence of Lord Craven, 531n

Craven, Thomas, 320
-, William, Lord, 211n, 297n, 320, 531n
-, Sir William, alderman, 211, 297n 320n

Crawley, Francis, Justice of the Common Pleas, 469, 469n

Creechurch Parish, see St. Katharine Cree Church.

Crew, Sir John, 55n

Crewe, Mr. Serjeant, 512

Crewse, Captain, 235

Cripplegate, Church of St. Giles, Launcelot Andrews rector of, 170n
-, John Buckeridge appointed vicar, 171n
-, Thomas Skinner buried at, 461n

Cripplegate Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Sir John Branch, 124n
-, William Elkyn, 124n
-, William Halliday, 211n
-, Robert Hampson, 2n
-, Sir Rowland Hayward, 37n
-, Tempest Milner, 64n
-, Sir John Robinson, Knt. and Bart., 88n
-, Sir T. Skinner, 2n
-, Sir John Swinnerton, 211n
-, Without, complaint of a goodly house in being turned into a tavern, 545n

Croft, Sir James, 41, 148, 164, 265, 435
-, requests permission for his servant to build a bowling alley, 164

Croke, George, Justice of the King's Bench, 469, 469n
-, Mary, wife of Sir Harbottle Grimston, Master of the Rolls, 208n

Crompton, John, 289

Cromwell, Lord, Earl of Essex, 148
-, Dorothy or Mary, wife of Lord Chief Justice Fleming, 74n
-, Sir Henry, of Hinchinbrook, 94n
-, Sir Oliver, of Hinchinbrook, 55n, 439, 440

Crooke, Dr. John, 112n
-, Sir John, 299

Crosby Place or House, 10
-, mayoralty of Sir John Spencer kept at, 173n
-, French ambassador, M. de Rosney, entertained at, 173n
-, Sir John Whitmore, Sir Kenelm Digby, and others imprisoned at, 296n
-, Duke Byron lodged at, 409n
-, meeting of anabaptists at, 453

Croseleye, Robert, 152, 153

Cross, Humphrey, 136
-, Thomas, 527

Cross Keys, Gracechurch Street, permission requested for the players to perform at, 353

Crowther, William, keeper of Newgate, 369, 370, 371

Croydon, the inhabitants of Bridge Ward Without to be mustered at, 477

Culham, Thomas, alderman, 8n

Culverins, 248

Cumberland, Henry Clifford, Earl of, 45n
-, George Clifford, Earl of, 379

Curats, 242

Currants, refusal of the Levant and Turkey merchants to pay duty on, 528

Curson, Thomas, 176n

Curtain, The, playhouse, 354

Customers or farmers of the customs, 2n, 322, 384, 522
-, to be consulted concerning the establishment of lazarettos, 349; upon the high price of oysters, 405

Customs, assurances upon, for loans advanced to the King, 189, 191
-, officers of to certify imports and exports, 118
-, not to pass the goods of merchant strangers until payment of scavage dues, 321
-, not to allow merchandise, &c., coming from infected places to be landed, 345

Cutler, William, 307

Cutlers' wares sold by non-freemen, 260
-, the wares of to be viewed by the wardens of the companies, 261
-, refusal of foreigners to bring their wares to Leadenhall, 261
-, shops provided at Leadenhall for the sale of, 262
-, complaint of, against the proclamation for regulating their trade, 517, 518
-, Company, new charter granted to, 93
-, petition of against non-freemen selling their wares, 260
-, Hall, meetings of the Pinners' Company held at, 97n

Cutpurses, 353

D

Dacre, Lord William of Gillesland, 379n

Dade, 219n

Daggers, the length of, prescribed by proclamation, 518

D'Aguilar, Don Juan, 245n

Dale, Mary, wife of Sir Thomas Ramsey, 91n
-, Sir Thomas, 361
-, Dr. Valentine, 52, 126, 129, 151, 152, 288, 502, 503
-, William, of Bristol, 91n

Dalton, Robert, 380

Dancy, Maximilian, 526

Danes, St. Clement, Roger Bates, Rector of, buried in, 368n

Danske Coporis, the price of, 519

Dantzic merchant, the Lord Mayor's answer to charges brought against, by a, 377, 378

Danvers, Sir Charles, 141

Darcie, Edward, patent to, for view, search, &c., of leather, 179, 180, 181, 182

Darling, Edward, vintner, 222

Darrell, Henry, 203

Dashfield, John, complaint of an encroachment by, upon the ground of Edward Thomason, 141

Dauncy, Sir John, of Capay, Yorkshire, 73n
-, Mary, wife of Baron Evre, or Eure, 73n

Daveiger, Samuel, 164

Davenport, Humphry, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 468, 469n

David, John, application of to be allowed to play his provest prize at the Bull, Bishopsgate, 351; permission given to play it in the fields, 352; allowed to pass through the City with his company, drums, &c., 352

Davis, Catherine, imprisonment of, 495
-, William, 363

Dawbney, Clement, application for letters patent for cutting iron into small rods, 217; licence granted to for twenty-one years, 217n

Dawes, John, 158

Day, Garrett, 529
-, John, printer, 2n
-, William, Dean of Windsor, 364

Dean, Richard, alderman, 522n

Debtors, poor, commissioners appointed to deal in the causes of, 487

Debts:—
-, Request made to examine the books of the late John Osborne, 118
-, The property of Richard Brackenbury seized for, 484, 486
-, The case of Edmund Madocks to be determined, 485
-, The creditors of William Handford to make arrangement with him, 486
-, The creditors of Nicholas Jones to take reasonable condition for their debts, 487, 488; Jones committed to the custody of the sheriffs, 488
-, Money due to John Hall, of Faversham, 489
-, Money due to Mr. Bradshaw, 490
-, Debts contracted by Edward Wingfield, 490, 491
-, Arrangement by Edward Ray with his creditors, 491
-, Suit between William Sanderson and Thomas Thornton for money lent, 491
-, Suit against John Lawnde, 492
-, Suit brought by Bayard against George Cox, 492
-, The case of Thomas Hollingshed, 492
-, Judgment given in the cause between Christopher Finch and Richard Scofield, 493
-, The goods of John Saule taken in execution, 493
-, Domingo de Valdez, a Spaniard, attached, 493
-, Protection granted to Henry Pyndar against his creditors, 493
-, Suit against Thomas Bramley, 493
-, Debt due for a freight of wine, &c., 494
-, Arrears of composition due to Barrett from the Board of Green Cloth, 494
-, Refusal of John Mons to pay certain rates of composition, 494
-, Forfeiture of the security of Wilkenson, 495
-, Arrangements made with the creditors of W. Eldershawe, 495
-, The creditors of Nicholas Leate to be mediated with, 496
-, The agreement of Heath with his creditors, 496
-, Suits pending against Mary Walthall, 497
-, Protection to be granted to Richard Husband, 497
-, Dispute between Henry Lowe and others and Sir William St. John, 498
-, Refusal of Abraham Taylor to pay certain moneys to Zachary Alley, 498, 499
-, Recompense to William Wright for a supposed wrong, 499

Dee, Dr. John, 2n

Deeves, Edward, deputy common crier, 303n

Den, Henry, 494

Denham, John, Baron of the Exchequer, 468, 469n

Denmark, the King of, 57
-, troops to be sent to his assistance, 250
-, soldiers to be embarked at once for his service, 253, 254
-, permission given to invite volunteers into his service, 410; permission given to impress 80 idle vagrants, 417

Denny, Sir Anthony, 233n
-, Edward, 233

Dent, Alice, wife of Sir Julius Cæsar, 60

Denton, Alexander, 308n, 311

Depden Hall, Essex, the manor of, 200n

Deptford, Sayes Court, 77n

Derby, Alice, Countess of, 159
-, Countess, Dowager of, 45
-, Ferdinand, fifth Earl of, 159, 559n
-, Lady, 559

Dereham, Richard, 315

Dericke, Mr., goldsmith, of Cheapside, lottery held at his house, 201n

Desmond, the Earl of, 233n

Dethicke, John, alderman, elected sheriff, 18n

Devereux, Frances, wife of William, Lord Beauchamp, 481
-, Robert, second Earl of Essex, 152n 156, 157, 158, 241, 367, 481n; a present given to him by the City, 408
-, Robert, third Earl, 253n

Dewell, John, common hunt, 180, 272, 274, 283

Diamond, Tristram, 317

Dickinson, Paul, a Frenchman, restrained from using his trade of painting and gilding of leather, by the patent to Onslowe, 183

Dieppe, soldiers to be shipped to, 240

Digby, Sir Kenelm, 203, 296n
-, Mr., 508

Digges, Sir Dudley, 166n

Dike, John, 261n
-, Richard, 219

Dionys Backchurch, St., Sir James Harvey, alderman, buried at, 113n
-, Sir Edward Osborn, alderman, the like, 156n

Dios, Mr., keeper of Newgate, 284

Distillers' Company, refusal of the City to enrol the charter of, 111, 112

Dixie, Sir Alexander, 435
-, Sir Wolstan, alderman, 31n, 181n, 435, 562

Doe, C., alderman, 199n

Doggett, Mr., 287

Dona, Baron Achatius de, 411, 412, 413

Doncaster, Earl of, see Hay, James.

Donnington, Sir William, 217n

Dorchester, Lord, see Carleton, Sir Dudley.

Dorrington, Mr., 219n

Dorsell, Edward, 88

Dorset, the Earls of, see Sackville.

Dorset House, Fleet Street, 70

Dotin, Luke, 162

Douglas, Lord, the use of one of the garners at the Bridgehouse requested by, 178

Dove, Mr., 364

Dover, the landing of Queen Henrietta Maria at, 421n
-, a Gestling Court held at, 436
-, letter from the mayor and jurats of, as to the difference between John Goulder and Francis Needham, 496
-, Castle, Henry Cobham, governor of, 152n
-, Haven, grain to be transported to, 374

Dower, John, 275

Dowgate, the conduit at, 284n
-, the City's water-house and works at, 557, 558

Dowgate Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Lancelot Bathurst, 442n
-, Sir Thomas Bludworth, 65n
-, William Elkyn, 35n
-, Gideon de Lawne, 7n
-, Sir John Robinson, Knt. and Bart., 88n
-, Sir Nicholas Woodrof, 35n

Dowglas, Sir George, 74

Downes, Mr., Onslowe's patent for painting and gilding leather assigned to, 183

Downshire, the Marquis of, 333n

Dowse, Sir Edmund, His Majesty's cupbearer, wrongfully arrested, 441

Drake, Sir Francis, 234n, 243, 377

Drake, Richard, 214

Dranffeld, Roger, refusal of a lease of the late Alderman Backhouse's residence to, 176

Draper, Anne, wife of Sir Wolstan Dixie, 30n
-, Bennet, the wife of Alderman William Webbe, 30n
-, Bridget, wife of Sir Henry Billingsley, alderman, 2n, 31n
-, Sir Christopher, alderman, 2n, 30n
-, Clement, 307
-, William, bridge master, 39n

Drapers' Company, Lady Ellen Branch a benefactor to, 124n

Drapers' Company, the freedom of obtained by fraud by John Dawes, 158

Drink, sale of by defective measures, 545

Drovers offending against the orders issued in Lent, to be apprehended, 402

Drugs, garblership of, 273

Drummers to be provided for the troops, 234
-, to beat the march of the English nation, 254

Drunkenness, the increase of, 28

Drury, Sir William, of Halsted, Suffolk, 146n

Drury Lane, Sir Richard Weston's house in, 558

Dry-fat of books, 30

Ducie, Sir Robert, alderman, 51n, 319n, 387

Duckett, Sir George F., 38n
-, Sir Lionel, alderman, 37; apprenticed to John Colet, 37n
-, Sir Thomas, 37n
-, William, of Flintham, 37n

Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick, 61n, 125, 126, 146, 147, 149, 351, 371
-, Edward, Lord, see Sutton
-, Lord Guildford, 61n
-, John, Duke of Northumberland, 61n
-, Sir John, 125n
-, Mary, daughter of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, 61n
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 33, 38n, 61n, 149, 150, 202n, 241n, 271, 275, 277, 280, 354n, 371, 382n, 407, 425, 426
-, manors of Gateshead and Whickham leased to him, 79n
-, a City lease granted to his servant, 178

Dudson, Thomas, 293, 360

Duke's Place, 229

Dulwich College, 354n

Duncombe, John, 307

Dunkirkers, H.M. ships to be sent against, 244
-, outrages committed by, 251

Dunn, an orphan, 311
-, Sir Daniel, Judge of the Admiralty, 508

Dunstan's, St., in the East, 21n
-, William Webbe, alderman, buried at, 30n
-, in the West, Justice Robert Houghton buried at, 160n

Durham, James, Bishop of, lease of six coalpits to the town of Newcastle by, 78
-, the Bishop of (Neile), 170

Durham House, Strand, 8n, 520, 557

Dutch and French congregations, complaint of against the City officers, 258
-, petition for permission for their members to trade in the City, 263

Dutch Church, steeple of the, 133, 134
-, the number of foreigners belonging to the, 134
-, proceedings against members of for trading in London, 259

Dyer, Sir James, 310
-, Richard, 310

Dyers and dyeing, James Hoseman accused of carrying on the trade of a dyer, 119

Dyers and dyeing, petition of Christopher Hamond to the King for a patent to dye London silk, 119
-, patterns of all commodities falsely dyed to be taken, 121
-, logwood used in false dyeing to be burnt, 110, 120, 121
-, the false dyeing of silk to be reformed and proclamation to be issued accordingly, 122
-, gum and wood used for, increased in price, 224

Dymoke, Mr., Fenchurch Street, 10

Dynne, Mr., recommended for the office of remembrancer, 293

Dyos, Laurence, 366
-, William, remembrancer, 188, 189, 223, 293, 294, 480

E

Eastcheap, butchers in, 478
-, the Boar's Head in, 355
-, Little, 393

East Countries, corn from, 376, 380

Easter preachers appointed, 367, 368, 369

Easthampsted Park, the residence of Mr. W. Trumball, 515n

East India Company, 48n, 291, 379n, 442n, 530
-, Sir T. Smyth, governor of, 11n
-, Sir Maurice Abbott, one of the original directors of, 166n

Eastland merchants, 226, 227, 283, 388, 530

Eaton, Mr., 342

Ecclesiastical causes, commissioners for, 30

Eden, Mr., examined by Bishop Aylmer as to his opinions, 124; discharged from office, 124; recommended to be readmitted to his office of attorney of Guildhall, 125; removal of approved, 126

Edgecome, Margaret, wife of Sir Edward Denny, 233n

Edgecome, Pierce, 233n

Edgehill, the battle of, Lord Willoughby killed at, 410n

Edmonds, Sir Clement, 47, 48, 160, 162, 558n
-, Sir Thomas, 47n, 48, 558

Edmund the King, St., Lombard Street, William Sebright buried in, 31n
-, Alderman Sir George Barnes buried in, 181n

Education, the son of Richard Maydwell to be educated at City's expense, 168
-, application to admit a poor boy to the hospital to receive free, 168

Edwards, John, 318

Effingham, Charles, Lord Howard of, see Howard, Charles, Lord Effingham, Earl of Nottingham.

Effingham, William, Lord Howard of, see Howard, William, Lord.

Egerton, Sir John, 4n
-, Peter, 4n
-, Ralph, 318
-, Thomas, Baron Ellesmere, Viscount Brackley, 46, 78, 95, 141, 162, 208, 288, 476, 559n

Eggs, the price of, 400

Egham Causeway, money to be raised for the repair of, 515

Eldershawe, William, 495

Eldred, John, 188, 191

Elizabeth, Queen, entertained at Barn Elms, 10n
-, lease of the manors of Gateshead and Whickham granted to, 79n
-, the City present two galleys to, 246
-, letter from, upon the offices of salt and seacoal meters, 270
-, donation from, for the repair of the steeple of St. Paul's, 322n
-, obliged to remove further away from the City on account of the plague, 331
-, order of, to the Lord Mayor for keeping the term at Hertford, on account of the infection, 334
-, present at the marriage of Earl of Cumberland with Margaret Russell, 379n
-, thanks the Lord Mayor for his courtesy to the French Commissioners, 406
-, notice of her return to London, 407, 408
-, funeral of, cloth supplied to aldermen, &c., at the, 437n
-, directs that her servant, Henry Champion, shall not be elected sheriff, 459
-, recommendations of persons by, for appointments to and reversions of offices:—
-, Julius Cæsar for common serjeant, 278
-, Dr. Fletcher for remembrancer, 282
-, Robert Pamphlyn for coal meter, 280
-, William Parker for alnager, 271, 272
-, George Southwick for garbler, 273

Elizabeth, Princess, Queen of Bohemia, daughter of James I., 211n, 411, 531

Elkyn, William, alderman, 35n, 124n

Ellesmere, Lord, see Egerton, Sir Thomas.

Elliott, Robert, 508, 509
-, Thomas, master of the Pewterers Company, 93

Ellis, Richard, 519, 521, 522

Elwes, Sir Geoffrey, alderman, 82n
-, Sir Jervis, alderman, 82n
-, Sir Jervis, Lieutenant of the Tower, 82

Ely, the Lord Bishop of, 368

Ely House, Holborn, 357n

Ely Place, the residence of Sir C. Hatton, 37n

Elym, Andrew, 494

Emanuel Hospital, Westminster, 45n

Emsworth, Stephen, clothworker, 153

Enfield, Sir Robert Wroth buried at, 382n

England and Spain, proclamation of peace between, 419n

English merchants, ships of, sent to Stoad to be freighted with corn, 379

English nation, reform of the march of the, 254

Engrossing, the prevention of, 402

Erskine, Sir Alexander, of Gozar, 451n
-, Sir William, 86, 183

Essex, the trained bands sent to protect the coasts of, 243, 244
-, orders issued to, restraining carriers from coming to London, 339
-, restrictions on the importation of wheat from, 378
-, Sir Robert Wroth, sheriff of, 382n
-, Robert Devereux, second Earl of, see Devereux, Robert.
-, third Earl of, see Devereux, Robert.
-, Lady, 554
-, House, 554

Etcher, Joas, 162

Etgher, David, 512n

Etkins, George, 512n

Euclid, Alderman Sir Henry Billingsley the first translator of, 2n

Eure or Evers, Ralph, Lord, 73

Evelyn, Jane, wife of Sir Anthony Benne, 67n
-, John, of Godstone, Surrey, 67n, 77n, 218

Ewelme, Dr. John Prideaux, rector of, 369n

Exchange, Royal, the first built, 38n
-, plan for finishing the statues of the kings and queens at, 261n
-, persons suspected of infection seen at the, 342
-, riot at the, 455, 456
-, repairs required at, 458
-, licence to carry on the trade of a victualler in a cellar under refused, 540
-, the, at Durham House in the Strand, 520
-, petition of the shopkeepers at the Royal Exchange against its erection, 520

Exchequer, the, moneys collected by the City for a loan to the King to be paid into, 195
-, Chancellor of, to consider how loans advanced by the City can be repaid, 196
-, Chief Baron of, 478, 558n
-, John Bingley, remembrancer of the, 190n
-, the treasurer of to assign part of the collection of the revenue for repayment of loan, 198
-, tallies, to be given to the City for loan advanced to the King, 195
-, under treasurer of the, 437
-, the Court of, proceeding to be taken in against merchants of the staple, 209
-, presentation of the Lord Mayor at, 207
-, auditor of, 288

Exeter, Countess of, 5n, 13n
-, the Earl of, 556
-, Dr. Sutcliffe, Dean of, 135n
-, Nicholas Spicer, Mayor of, 343
-, Londoners not to send their wares or merchandise to on account of the infection, 343
-, Castle, governor of, 442n
-, Fair, 343



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