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1878

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'Index: F-K', Analytical index to the series of records known as the Remembrancia: 1579-1664 (1878), pp. 586-595. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=59999 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Factors of cloth, &c., abuses by, to be reformed, 526

Faggots, supply of for household of James I., 382

Faith, St., under St. Paul's, Peter Osborne buried in, 148n

Falconer to James II., 442n

Falconer, Sir Thomas, alderman, 46n

Falkland, the palace of, Princess Elizabeth born at, 531n

Fanshawe, Mr., 127, 433

Farmer, Roger, 147

Farrindon, Rev. Anthony, funeral sermon by, on the death of Alderman Sir G. Whit more, 297n

Farringdon Ward Within, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Atkins, 143n
-, Sir Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Sir Geoffrey Elwes, 82n
-, Sir Richard Martin, 4n
-, Augustine Skinner, 6n
-, Humphrey Smith, 528n
-, William Turner, 64n
-, Sir George Whitmore, 296n

Farringdon Ward Without, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Nicholas Backhouse, 176n
-, Francis Barnham, 80n
-, Sir Cuthbert Buckle, 315n
-, Sir William Cockayne, 100n
-, Sir Robert Ducie, 51n
-, Sir John Hart, 176n, 311n
-, Sir Rowland Hayward, 37n
-, Henry Jay, 51n
-, Sir Thomas Pullison, 284n
-, Sir John Ryvers, 38n
-, Henry Violet, 5n
-, James Hudson, deputy of, 440

Farrington, Richard, alderman, 5n
-, Thomas, 495

Farthingales, 409

Farthing tokens, a patent granted for the making and sale of, 89
-, the Lord Mayor and aldermen to assist in dispersing the, 90
-, office for the issue of, opened in Fenchurch Street, 90n

Faversham, the officers of, charged with preventing wheat ships from proceeding to London, 373
-, the jurats of, complaint by, concerning some cloth called white bayes, 489, 490
-, letter from, as to a debt due by John Hall to Abraham Snode, 489
-, a certificate from, granted to Christopher Finch, 493

Fawcett, William, 454

Fellowship porters, alteration in the rates of porterage, 141
-, act of Common Council relating to, 142

Feltmakers' Company, petition of to be admitted to the freedom of the City in that company rejected by the Common Council, 95

Fencers, 337; prizes by suppressed, 342, 352; permitted, 351

Fenchurch Street, the house of Sir Arthur Ingram in, 12

Fenn, Hugh, of Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, 528n
-, Sir Richard, alderman, 528

Fenton, Lord, 555

Ferabosio, Alfonso, 509

Ferneley, Thomas, committed to the Marshalsea, 454

Fernley, Anne, married to Sir Thomas Gresham, 458n
-, William, 458n

Ferrars, Thomas, deputy-governor of Stoad, 461

Ferris, William, 188

Ferry between Gravesend and Tilbury, 511, 512

Fetter Lane, 46

Field, Edward, 316
-, Theophilus, 131

Fielde, Gilles, 150

Fifers to be provided for the troops, 234

Fifth monarchists, collections to be made for the wounded, &c. in insurrection by, 425

Finch Lane, 547

Finch, Christopher, 493
-, John, 301
-, John, Lord Chief Justice, 468, 469n
-, Sir Heneage, Earl of Nottingham Lord Chancellor, 77, 205, 295n
-, Sir Heneage, recorder, 108, 224, 260, 295, 302, 445
-, requests a reversion of the office of commom hunt for Hugh Smallwood, 302
-, Sir Moyle, of Eastwell, Kent, 295n

Finche, Harbert, 303

Finsbury, the bailiwick of, 274
-, Fields, application for a lease of ground at, 175
-, trained bands to be mustered in, 534, 537

Firdeswide Fair, Oxford, 334

Fire:—
-, The City divided into four quarters, each quarter to have 800 leathern buckets, fifty ladders, &c., 142n
-, Propositions for relieving sufferers from accidental fires, 143
-, Engine for spouting water used at the fire near Arundel House, 142
-, Parishes to be provided with engines, 142

Fire of London, Alderman, Sir Thomas Bludworth's explanation of his conduct during the, 65n

Fish, the scarcity of fresh and salt, 396, 399, 400, 403
-, the fry and brood of, destroyed in the River Thames, 501
-, markets for the sale of,
-, days, offenders committed to prison for eating flesh on, 344, 345; orders to be observed for abstinence from flesh on, 392, 546

Fisher, Captain John, 536, 537, 538

Fisheries, establishment of a society of fishers to provide fishing vessels, &c., 143

Fishermen, salt made by them, 227

Fishing upon the Thames between Staines and Yantleet, right of, 513

Fishmongers appointed to search for those who eat flesh on fish days, 344
-, to store fresh and salt fish, 403
-, their stores against Lent to be examined, 482

Fishmongers' Company, Harny made free of, 91
-, complain of the sale of fish in improper places and not in the markets, 202
-, to see carried into effect the laws relating to fish days, 546
-, agreement between and Bernard Randolph, common serjeant, for bringing water into the City, 552

Fitzwilliam, Sir William, alderman, 155n
-, Sir William, 235n

Fitzwilliams, Brian, 235, 236

Flawne, George, 494

Flax dressers, complaint by, of monopoly held by Eastland merchants, and order of Council thereupon, 226

Fleeboats, 239

Fleet Bridge, 332; repair of, 481n
-, conduit, 357
-, ditch, floodgates at, 459
-, Prison, persons committed to, 88, 268, 529
-, Thomas Seckford a commissioner for establishing orders, &c., for, 428n
-, river, 481n
-, Street, 285
-, the residence of William Halsey in, 222
-, the victualling houses in to be searched for infected persons, 336
-, disorder committed in, 456
-, taverns in to be shut up, 457
-, examinations as to the tumult in, 457

Fleetwood, William, recorder, 4n, 113, 114, 125, 265, 279, 281, 282, 350, 382n, 432, 490, 501
-, Liber, presented to the Corporation, 114n

Fleming, Lord Chief Justice, 93, 258

Flesh, laws to be observed as to the eating of in Lent, 391, 397, 403, 474
-, orders to be observed as to the killing of, in Lent, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 397, 398, 399, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405
-, offenders' names to be forwarded to the Court of Chancery, 393
-, butchers recommended for killing flesh in Lent, 394, 397, 399, 402
-, the appointment of butchers left to the clerks of the Council, 396
-, butchers to produce to the clerk of the Council their licences, 402
-, disorders committed by the butchers licensed to kill flesh in the privileged places, 394, 395

Flesh, the gates of the City to be watched against the introduction of, 395
-, permission requested to kill some flesh on account of sickness, 399
-, butchers killing flesh contrary to the orders to be searched for, 399
-, one butcher to be licensed to kill flesh for the resident ambassadors and sick persons, 400, 401
-, a butcher in the Shambles committed to prison for disobeying the orders, 400
-, officers of the court request the Lord Mayor to appoint more butchers in Lent, 395, 397
-, licences to kill flesh refused by the Lord Mayor, 393, 395, 397
-, licences granted by the Lord Mayor, 395

Fletcher, Dr. Gyles, remembrancer, 47n, 130n, 181, 186, 282
-, Lawrence, 355n
-, Dr. Richard, Bishop of London, 130

Flower, James, 149, 150

Flue nets seized, 506

Foliart, Raphael, 164

Foreigners residing in the City, 134
-, the number of, exercising manual trades, 421

Foreman, Sir William, alderman, 230n

Forestalling, the prevention of, 383, 402

Forsett, Edward, 555, 556

Fortescue, Sir John, 157, 169, 285, 286, 315, 438, 493

Fortune tellers, 269

Fortune Theatre, Golden Lane, 355

Foster, Robert, to be apprehended for shipping a dry-fat of books, 30
-, Thomas, 293, 318

Founders' Company, the wardens of committed to Newgate, 196n
-, complaint of as to the use of leaden weights, 563
-, Hall, meetings of the Merchant Adventurers held at, 92n
-, a meeting held at, to consider as to opening a direct trade with India, 291n

Fowkes, Mr., 158

Fowle, Matthew, 219

Fowler, Thomas, 263

Foxley, John, 151, 152

France, contagious and pestilent sickness in, 339, 345
-, ambassador extraordinary from, to be provided with lodgings, 12
-, received by the Lord Mayor, 14
-, commissioners from, entertained by the Lord Mayor, 406; also by the Duke of Sussex, 487

Franklin, Richard, 151

Franklyn, Mr., elected alderman of Bishopsgate, 7

Frederick, Sir Charles Edward, 560n
-, Sir John, alderman, 560
-, John, committed to the Compter, 24

Freemen's goods, custom in orphanage as to the division of, 316

Freeze, James, 516

Freind, John, recommended for the office of attorney of the Sheriffs' Court, 280

French ambassador, assault on, and committal of the offenders to Bridewell, 454

French congregations, ministers of the, to certify the number of foreigners belonging to, 134
-, complaint of molestation by the City officers, 258
-, proceeding in the Mayor's Court against, 259

Friar Hurry, 545

Friday night suppers, complained of, 400

Frise, George, 564

Frobisher, Sir Martin, his expedition in search of the North-West Passage, 38n; capture of Spanish carracks by, 187n

Frost on the Thames, 562

Frost, Walter, admitted chronologer, 306n

Fuel, increase in the price of wood and, 164

Fulke, Christopher, 150n
-, William, D.D., 150

Fuller, Nicholas, 176n

Fullwood, Mr., 308

Funerals of the kings and queens, black given to certain officers at, 437

Furatta, Madame, 219n

Fyal, the town of, taken, 379n

Fynett, Sir John, 14, 15
-, Robert, 14n

G

Gage, Anthony, alderman, 491
-, George, 203

Galleys, two, presented by the City to Queen Elizabeth, 246, 249

Galterne, Mr., 300

Gambia, voyage of discovery to, 498

Game, proclamation against unlawful destruction of, 549

Games, unlawful, 16, 17, 18

Gaping Gulf, the Discoverie of a, a book written by J. Stubbs, 29n

Garbler, office of, 272, 273, 274, 431, 433
-, the Queen's letters patent for, given to Mrs. White, 431
-, the City's right to, 431, 436
-, commission appointed to inquire into, 433
-, conference to be held in the matter of, 435; thanks to Sir Francis Walsingham for his trouble in the matter, 436
-, William Cutler recommended for, 307

Gardeners' Company, request of to be admitted into the freedom, 99

Gardiner, Thomas, recorder, 304

Gardner, Mr., elected sheriff, 460; fine for not serving reduced to 50l., 460
-, Mary, wife of Sir Nicholas Bacon, 21n

Garners and ovens at the Bridgehouse, Tower Hill, Westminster, and Winchester Palace, 377

Garnons, Walter, petition of for a lease, 39, 177, 490

Garrard, Sir John, alderman, 2n

Garrett, James, the King's apothecary, 15
-, John, 494
-, Thomas, 90

Garter, the, Sir John Herbert, chancellor of the order of, 217n
-, William Day, registrar of, 364n

Gascoyne, Sir Crisp, alderman, 155n

Gates of the City to be watched against the introduction of flesh in Lent, 395
-, watches to be set at, at Shrovetide, 454
-, watches at for prevention of use of monstrous ruffs, long swords, &c., 549

Gates, Sir Thomas, 361n

Gauger, the office of, 274, 278, 299
-, Cottesford removed from, 286

Gauntlet, Richard, 156, 157, 285

Gavill, Edward, 164

Gayre, Sir John, alderman, removed from office and imprisoned in the Tower, 9, 10n

Geneva, collection to be made to assist town of, 164

Genibella, Frederick, 554

Genoa, the state of, arrest of an English merchant and seizure of his goods by, 189
-, certain merchants and subjects of that state to be arrested and their goods sequestered, 189; the several parties released, 190

Gent or Gens, Agnes, wife of Sir James Harvey, alderman, 113n
-, Sebastian, of Antwerp, 113n

George, the, Lombard Street, 181n

George, Sir William, gentleman porter of the Tower, 426, 427, 430, 433

George's, St., Field, the inhabitants of Southwark to be mustered in, 474
-, right of way through, 477

Gere, John, 492

Gerard, Gilbert, Master of the Rolls, 149, 154, 280, 281, 309, 426n, 501

Gerye, a woodmonger, committed to prison, 265

Gestling Court, 428, 436

Gibb, Henry, 560

Gibbs, John, 480

Gibson, Anthony, 511

Giddyhall, or Gidea Hall, Essex, 30, 80n

Gifford, Dr., 176
-, John, of York, 128

Gilbert, John, 511, 513, 514, 516

Giles, Richard, 520
-, patent granted to, for burning all logwood used in dyeing, 120; patent surrendered, 121; a new one granted to him and John Wilson, 121, 122

Giles, St., Cripplegate, Dr. John Field born in the parish of, 131n
-, in the Fields, increase of new buildings in, 49

Giles, St., in the Fields, a grant to erect a market at, applied for, 203; order in Council upon, 203
-, the parish of, infected with the plague, 340

Gilham, Froe, 395, 396

Gilpin, John, 316

Gippes, Richard, 300

Girlington, Nicholas, 146n

Gittins, Nicholas, 440

Glascok, Mr., deputy keeper of Ludgate prison, 370

Glaziers' Company, the wardens of committed to Newgate, 196n

Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, 457
-, Theatre, the, on the Bankside, 355

Gloucester, the city of, toll claimed of citizens of London by the, 446

Glover, Mr. Robert, 291

Glyn, John, recorder, 302

Goade, Dr., 53

Goddard, John, 151

Godwell, Henry, 294

Gold, servant to Sir George Carey, living at Bridewell, 264

Gold and silver bullion, patent for the sole buying of, applied for, 226
-, thread, falsity in dyeing and weighing, 94
-, petition of Goldsmiths' Company against patent for making, 219; the patent taken into the King's own hands, 219n; the patent called in, 223
-, the importation of, 223

Golden Lane, playhouse erected in, 354, 355

Goldimore Gatt, 418

Golding Lane, decay of the ways in, 480

Goldsmiths, a proclamation for regulating the trade of, prayed for, 528

Goldsmiths' Company, complaint of the use of their silver plate mark for stamping pewter, 111
-, petitions of against patents for making gold and silver thread and bullion, 219, 225
-, charter of confirmed by Act of Parliament, 528

Goldsmiths' rows, Cheapside, 106, 213
-, proceedings as to removal of goldsmiths from the Strand thither, 106, 110
-, persons keeping meaner trades than goldsmiths to remove from, 108, 110
-, goldsmiths to remove to, 109

Goldston, Richard, alderman, 21n

Gondomar, Mr., Spanish ambassador, 452n

Good, Robert, 311

Goodwyne, John, 343

Gorboduc, the tragedy of, 27n, 70n

Gore, Sir George, Bart., 105n
-, Gerard, alderman, 105n
-, John, alderman, 105n
-, Sir John, alderman, 105
-, Mr. Ormsby, 105n
-, Sir Paul, 105n
-, Sir Ralph, 105n
-, Sir William, alderman, 211n

Goring, Sir George, 225n

Gosling, William, an inventor of engines, 212

Goston, Francis, 162

Goulder, John, 496

Gowrie Plot, 158n, 451n

Gracechurch Street, the Cross Keys in, 353

Grafton, the Duke of, 208n
-, Charles, second Duke of, 42n

Graine and cochinela, 121

Gramies, the arrest of the, 408

Granville, Sir John, 423

Gravesend, arrival of the ambassador of the Emperor of Muscovy at, 11
-, the committee for furnishing the City's ships to go down to, 239
-, blockhouses at, 243
-, an orphan stolen away and taken to, 308
-, ships coming from infected parts to bring up at for inspection, 348
-, orders as to the ferry there, and the passage from to London, 511, 512
-, petition of the portreeve and jurats of, 512

Gray, Henry, 503

Gray's Inn, the benchers of, 300
-, reader of, Peter Pheasant, 511n
-, the residence of the Attorney General in, 161
-, the chambers of Sir Francis Bacon, Attorney General, at, 290

Grayson, John, 153

Graziers offending against orders issued in Lent to be apprehended, 402

Green Cloth, the board of, 56, 57, 107, 287, 397, 436, 438, 475, 478
-, Lord Treasurer of the, 494

Green, widow, a grocer, 148

Greene, Lawrence, 494

Greenewell, William, 494

Greenland Merchants' Company, 48n, 530

Greenwax, process of, 62

Greenwich, increase of the plague at, intercourse and passages of people to, stopped, 342
-, the fishermen of, 502
-, Palace, Queen Elizabeth waited upon by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen at, 37n
-, removal of James I. to, 57, 409
-, Park, muster of citizens in, 230n

Greffeth, William, 346

Grene, Thomas, 487

Grenville, Barnard, 41
-, Sir Bevil, 41n

Gresham College, 164
-, petition of John Groves, professor of geometry in, 166
-, complaint by the readers of, as to their lodgings and allowances, 166
-, House, 164
-, Lady, 458
-, Mary, wife of Sir Thomas Rowe, alderman, 332n
-, Sir John, alderman, 332n
-, Sir Richard, alderman, 37n, 332n
-, Sir Thomas, 37n, 38n, 112, 164, 332n, 458n

Greville, Sir Fulke, 17, 338

Grewen, Philip, merchant stranger, 527

Grey, Lady Jane, 53n, 61n, 125n

Grey, John, 88
-, Lord, 233
-, Lord William, of Wilton, 233n

Griffith, James, maker of an artificial water engine, 164

Grimes, Arthur, 316
-, William, 492

Grindall, Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury, 153, 324, 326

Grocer, the King's, 479

Grocers' Company, gift of Sir Thomas Ramsey, alderman, to, 91n
-, petition of, against patent granted for starch-making, 94
-, quest between them and the Apothecaries' Company, 213
-, complaint of their proportion to the loan for the Palatinate, 413, 414, 415
-, Sir Stephen Soame, alderman, master of the, 441n

Grocers' Hall, embellished by the liberality of Sir Stephen Soame, alderman, 441n

Grove, Roger, sheriff, fined, 42n

Groves, John, Gresham professor of geometry, 166

Guernsey, soldiers to be levied for the defence of, 251

Guildford, monument of Alderman Parkhurst in the Church of Holy Trinity at, 14n
-, Abbott's Hospital at, 131n

Guildhall, trial of Sir James Croft for treason in, 41n
-, a sitting of the commissioners for concealed lands appointed at, 115
-, privy council held at, to consider the sudden increase in the price of corn, 390
-, provision of flesh made in a private place in, during Lent, 400
-, trial of prisoners in, 449
-, Chapel, chaplain of the, 300
-, Thomas Langley admitted reader in, 300n; John Hall, reader of, deceased, 300n; Sir John Langley, alderman, buried in, 276n

Guinea, negroes brought from, 234n
-, trade, patent for the, 224

Gunnell, Reignold, 468

Gunpowder, patent for making, granted to the Earl of Worcester, 218; Richard Fisher appointed his deputy, 220
-, licence for making, granted to John Evelyn, 218n
-, to be provided for the City's use, 384, 385
-, to be removed from chandlers' shops into places near the fields, 337
-, sale of, 526
-, Alley, 42
-, Plot, 141n, 203n

Gurney, alderman, committal to the Tower, 9n

Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, 14n

H

Haberdashers to take pins of the Pinmakers' Company, 522, 523, 524, 525

Haberdashers' Company to examine the engine for making needles, 104
-, proceedings against for concealed lands, 115
-, bequests to, 297n, 491n, 495n
-, watch of the, at Aldersgate, 550

Hacklewite, colonel of the Artillery Company, 23

Hackney Church, Sir Thomas Rowe, alderman, buried at, 332n
-, coaches, 356

Haddington, Lord Viscount, see Ramsay, Sir John.

Haglers not to sell poultry in shops, inns, and hostelries, 402

Hall, Humphrey, 45
-, John, 489

Halliday, Sir Leonard, alderman, 495
-, William, alderman, 211n
-, William, of Rodborough, Gloucestershire, 495n

Halliwell and Finsbury, the prebendary of, 274n
-, John, 47

Halsey, William, 222

Halsted, Lawrence, to be appointed collector of the subsidies, 197

Hamburg, ships of, sent to Spain with stores, 244
-, gunpowder received from, 256

Hamden, Ellen, wife of Sir John Branch, alderman, 124n
-, Francis, 124n

Hamilton, James, Marquis of, patent for the issue of farthing tokens granted to, 90n
-, Hon. Margaret, 178n

Hammersley, Sir Hugh, alderman, 305n, 404, 528

Hammersmith, gravel and rubbish cast into the Thames at, 504
-, dispute with the fishermen of, 506, 507
-, Hope, controversy as to the fishing at, 506

Hammond, Christopher, 119
-, John, 123
-, William, King's master gunner, 20

Hampden, John, 319n, 467n

Hampson, Robert, alderman, 2n

Hampton, the fishermen of not to use unlawful nets, 506
-, Court, conference at, 131n
-, Lord, 308n
-, Sir William, alderman, 46n

Hancock, Matthew, attorney of Mayor's Court, 293, 304

Handes, Anthony, 151

Handford, Sir H., alderman, 7n
-, William, 486

Hankin, John, 371

Hard, Captain, 235

Harlots, cutpurses, &c., resort of to plays, 353

Harman, John, 268

Harny, a bookbinder, 91

Harquebusses, 234

Harrington, Baron of Exton, Rutlandshire, patent granted to for making farthing tokens, 89n
-, Lady, the patent confirmed to, 90n

Harrison, Evan, servant of Sir Thomas Bromley, Lord Chancellor, 450
-, Gilbert, alderman, 528n
-, James, 563

Harris, Thomas, 162

Harrys, Thomas, charged with stealing away and marrying an orphan, 292n

Hart Street, parish of St. Olave, 128

Hart, Anne, wife of Humphrey Smith, alderman, 311n
-, Joan, wife of Sir George Bolles, alderman, 311n
-, Sir John, alderman, 91n, 176n, 311, 435
-, Ralph, 311n

Hartop, Ellis, 312
-, Joan, 312

Harvey, Clare or Clarkin, wife of Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Henry, 162
-, Sir James, alderman, 113, 128, 152, 276n, 277, 281, 310, 311, 312, 313, 367, 407, 490, 492, 519; proceedings against for not holding a Court of Hustings during his mayoralty, 207
-, Mary, daughter of Sir Sebastian Harvey, alderman, wife of John, eldest son of Sir Francis Popham, 313n
-, Sir Sebastian, alderman, 222, 313, 314, 355, 402, 441n
-, William, of Cotwalton, Stafford, 113n

Harwich, warrant to the Customs officers of, to release a corn ship there, 380

Hastings, Francis, second Earl of Huntingdon, 279n
-, Henry, third Earl of Huntingdon, 279

Hatcher, John, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University, 145

Hatchman, Richard, 284, 285

Hatton, Sir Christopher, 27n, 37, 38, 39, 60, 69, 112, 113, 114, 145, 147, 150, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 280, 282, 303n, 314, 327, 369, 407, 408, 425, 504, 550
-, Richard, solicits the reversion of attorneyship of the Sheriffs' Court for Matthew Hancock, 303

Haughton, Anne, widow of Roger, 318n
-, Roger, 318n, 319

Haulton, Mr., of the Temple, 369

Havre de Grace, trained bands sent to, 531n

Haw, Sir Richard, alderman, 65n

Hawes, Sir James, alderman, 287n, 551
-, Sir John, 155n
-, Margaret, wife of Sir John Watts, alderman, 287n

Hawkins, Sir John, 234, 243, 377

Hawks, request of King James for some, from the plantation in Ireland, 174

Hay, James, Earl of Doncaster, 192

Hay, the price of, to be fixed, 405
-, and straw, the weighing of, patent granted for, 471, 472; the right of, to be tried at common law, 472

Haydon, John, alderman, 37n

Hayes, Elizabeth, 4n
-, Margaret, 4n
-, Mary, 4n
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 4, 160
-, Thomas, 4n

Haynes, William, 39

Hayward, Joan, wife of Sir John Thynne, 37n
-, Sir Rowland, alderman, 37, 146, 435, 471

Heath, patent for the making of into brushes granted, 216

Heath, Mr., 496
-, Sir Robert, recorder, 50, 163, 172, 247, 294, 295

Heather, William, 121

Hearth Tax, the tardy collection of, complained of, 167; a return of all hearths or stoves to be made, 167; to be paid into the Chamber of London, 168

Helen's, St., Bishopsgate, monument to Sir Julius Cæsar in, 60n
-, Sir Martin Lumley, alderman, buried at, 105n
-, Sir John Spencer, alderman, buried at, 173n

Hemings, Mr., 429, 430, 433, 434

Henage, Sir Thomas, 280, 284, 407

Henley-on-Thames, petition of maltsters of, 141
-, complaint of the purveyors of grain at, 330

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I., 42n
-, married by proxy in Paris, 421

Henri Grace à Dieu, built by Henry VIII., 184n

Henry VIII., the funeral of, black given at to certain officers, 437

Herbert, Henry, second Earl of Pembroke, 7n, 149, 279
-, Sir John, 216, 365n, 437, 521
-, Sir Matthew, of Swansea, 216n
-, Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 14, 15, 143, 304
-, William, third Earl of Pembroke, 7, 161, 149n, 192, 216, 301, 317, 416, 516
-, Hon. Mr., master of the Court of Request, 285, 286

Hereford, Dr. Hodges, Dean of, 139n

Hermaphrodite, examination of Jonathan Best, an, 168

Herring Buss Fishery, the Royal, 143

Herrings, their transportation from Yarmouth prohibited, 397

Hertford, term to be held at, on account of the plague, 334
-, the Earl of, see Seymour, Edward.
-, John, 155

Hesse, the Landgrave's son, arrival of in England, 410; to be entertained by the City, 410

Hestings, Arthur, 147, 148

Hethercampe, Lawrence, 156, 157

Heton, George, chamberlain, 274

Heullin, Martin, 287

Hewes, Edward, chronologer, 306n

Hewet, Anne, wife of Sir Edward Osborn, alderman, 156n

Hewson, Robert, committed to ward for aiding in the abduction of an orphan, 117, 307, 308

Heybernemen, 508

Heydon, John, sheriff, 206, 431, 432

Heywood, James, 296n
-, Thomas, 479n

Hicks, Sir Baptist, alderman, Viscount Camden, 5, 6, 44, 315, 463

Higgins, Mr., patent for painting and gilding leather assigned to, 183

Highlord, John, alderman, 528n

Hildsley, Mark, alderman, 10n

Hilliard, Mr., 342

Hills, Daniel, common serjeant, 286n, 318n
-, Edmond, 314

Hinton, Rowland, 288

Hithe, meeting of the mayors, bailiffs, and jurats of the Cinque Ports at, 430

Hobart, Sir Henry, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 60, 294, 300, 301, 400, 542

Hodges, Dr., Dean of Hereford, 139
-, Henry, common crier, 303n
-, John, alderman, 18
-, Capt. William, 18

Hodston (Hoddesdon), wares not to be sent to, during the infection, 334

Hog Lane, East Smithfield, 427n

Holborn, increase of new buildings in, 49
-, residence of Sir John Crooke in, 299n
-, residence of Sir William Jones in, 303n
-, Bars, houses infected at, to be noted, 336

Holborn Bridge, enlargement of, 481

Holderness, Earl of, see Ramsay, Sir John.

Holland, plague of 1625 brought from, 348
-, contagious and pestilent sickness in, 339, 349

Hollar, Winceslaus, engraver of map of London, 213

Holles, Denzell, 560
-, John, first Earl of Clare, 560n

Hollingshed, John, a prisoner in Newgate, branded with the letter T, 265
-, Thomas, 492

Holme, Lacy, Hertfordshire, 202n

Holywell Lane, the Curtain Theatre in, 354n

Holywell, priory of, Shoreditch, 354n

Homer's Stentor, 289n

Hoobrooke, Jarrett Van, 259, 260

Hooker, Sir William, alderman, 481n

Hopkins, Sampson, 462

Hopton, Anne, wife of Henry, Lord Wentworth, 154n, 277
-, Sir Arthur, 154n
-, Mary, wife of William Bruges, fourth Lord Chandos, 154n
-, Sir Owen, 154, 369, 486
-, Sir Ralph, 154n

Horne, Gyles, 163
-, John, of Cumberland, 128n

Horne, Robert, Bishop of Winchester, 128

Horses, provender for, cornchandlers permitted to sell, 390
-, a return of the number of kept in inns, &c., 424

Horsey, Sir Edward, 266, 539

Hoseman, James, 119

Hospitals, a request for a boy to be placed in, and educated free, 168
-, a commission appointed to inquire how lands of were employed, 169
-, directions for erecting, 340
-, for those infected with the plague, 336
-, flesh intercepted at the City gates, in Lent, to be sold to the, 395
-, of St. Louis, and St. Marcel, Paris, description of, 340

Hostelries, excessive prices charged in, 404
-, keepers of to return the names of all persons lodging in, 424

Hot press of cloths, patent granted, 74

Houghton, Mr. Justice, 160
-, Peter, alderman, 2n

Hounslow Heath, trained bands to be mustered at, 534

Household, treasurer of, Sir H. Vane, 422n

Howard, Charles, Lord, of Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, lord high admiral, 151, 156, 159, 282, 284, 286, 316, 376, 393, 411, 507, 516, 540
-, Henry, Earl of Northampton, 438
-, Thomas, Lord, Earl of Suffolk, 11, 57, 120, 121, 190, 191, 238, 240, 316, 463, 525, 531
-, William, Lord, 550
-, William, Lord, of Effingham, 552n

Hubbard, Edward, 438n
-, Eleanor, wife of Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, alderman, 438n
-, Sir Henry, Bart., see Hobart, Sir Henry, Bart
-, John, 270, 275, 276, 277
-, Myles, orphans of, 292n

Hubbock, Mr., chaplain of the Tower, 442, 443, 444

Hudson, James, deputy, 440

Hue and Cry, 475

Hughes, Reginald, 279

Hull, toll on lead in, 224, 444

Hum, Mr., 219n

Humbertston, William, 30

Humfrey, Mr., 432

Hungarians permitted to gather alms for their ransom at St. Paul's and the City churches, 54

Hungerford, Mrs., 310

Hunsdon, Lady, 73n
-, Henry, Lord, 155, 156, 408

Hunt, Thurston, a prisoner, escape of into the Temple, 452

Hunter, Lawrence, apprentice, 15

Hunting, right of the citizens as to, 539

Huntingdon, Henry, Earl of, see Hastings, Henry.
-, Francis, second Earl of, see Hastings, Francis.

Huntley, Henry, 267

Hurdis, Nicholas, 148

Hurleston, Ran., 281

Husband, Richard, 497

Huson, Robert, see Hewson, Robert.

Hustings Court, copies of certain wills enrolled in to be supplied, 113
-, Lord Mayor to be proceeded against for not holding, 207
-, permission requested to make copies of certain deeds and wills enrolled in, 425

Hutchinson, Lieut.-Col. George, 442n
-, Colonel John, 442n

Hutton, Mr., 31
-, Richard, removed from the office of bailiff of Southwark, 284, 285
-, Sir Richard, Justice of the C.P., 469

I

Ikins, Thomas, 118

Indemnity, act of, 8n

Ingram, Sir Arthur, 12, 462
-, Henry, Viscount, 12n

Infection, see Plague.

Innholders not to permit flesh to be eaten in Lent or on fish days, 393, 394, 402
-, Hall, 45

Inns to be searched for infected people, 335
-, catalogue of the dwellers in prepared, 335; the names of all lodgers in to be returned, 424
-, of Court, gentlemen of, 357
-, lectures at, 365
-, a broil between the servants of and those of Lord Berkeley, 449

Insolvents, 497

Ireland, John, 4n
-, the Earl of Essex appointed Lord Lieutenant of, 156n
-, Sir Henry Sydney appointed Lord Deputy of, 153n; Lord Grey appointed, 233
-, Mr. Auditor Phillips sent as a commissioner to, 415
-, soldiers to be sent to, 232, 233
-, landing of foreign forces in, 233
-, the invasion of by the Spaniards, 245

Iremonger, William, bailiff of Southwark, 293

Irish plantation in Ulster, letter to Lord Compton requesting him to pay 200l. towards the, 172
-, refusal of Matthew Brownrigg to pay the sum assessed upon him by his company for the, 173
-, request of the King for some store of hawks from, 174
-, suits brought against the governor and assistants of, 174, 175

Irish Society, Sir William Cockayne, alderman, first governor of, 100n

Irish vagrants, the City pestered with, 340; to be sent to their own country, 362

Iron, letters patent for cutting, into small rods, 217; report against the granting of a patent, 218
-, the quantity of steel to be extracted from Swedish, 528

Ironmongers' Company to certify as to the granting of a patent for cutting iron into small rods, 218
-, petition against the selling of cutlerywares by non-freemen, 260
-, subscribed 150l. for sending idle persons to Virginia, 361n
-, masters of:—Sir Alexander Avenon, alderman, 312n; James Cambell, alderman, 498n; Sir Thomas Cambell, alderman, 498n; Sir Sebastian Harvey, alderman, 313n

Ivy Lane, Newgate Street, 148n

J

Jackman, Edward, alderman, 21n
-, Anne, wife of Sir Nicholas Bacon, 21n

Jacob, Sir John, 296n

James I., thanks to the City for proclaiming him, 3n; his reception in the City, 3n, 441n; coronation of, 3n, 441n
-, entertained by the Merchant Taylors' Company, 211n; by the Clothworkers' Company, 287n
-, offers 500l. towards the restoration of the steeple of St. Paul's, 46
-, visit of, to St. Paul's, 322n
-, the French ambassador entertained at Wanstead by, 454
-, loans requested by, 190, 413
-, complains of the committal of Sir Thomas Middleton, alderman, to Newgate, 3
-, directs the Court of Aldermen to excuse Robert Mildmay from the office of alderman, 8, and Sir Robert Napier from serving the office of sheriff, 461, 465
-, requests the freedom for Francis Pinto, 159
-, recommendations of persons by, for appointments to and reversions of offices:—
-, John Cocker for common hunt, 295
-, Sir Heneage Finch for recorder, 295
-, Captain John Martyn for the next vacant office, 291
-, William Murray for coal meter, 295, 296
-, John Owen for bailiff of Ossulstone, 290
-, Robert Smith for recorder, 294

James, Arnold, 156
-, Thomas, 36

James's, St., notice of Queen Elizabeth's return to, signified to the Lord Mayor, 407
-, Fields, the City trained bands to be mustered in, 534

Jay, Bennett, 507
-, Henry, alderman, 51n
-, Jane, wife of Edward Nicholas, 51n

Jeffreys, Judge, 65n

Jennings, Richard, a poor soldier, 254

Jenyns, Edward, 428

Jerkins, Rowland Winter a maker of, 332

Jernemothe, loans for, 140

Jersey, soldiers to be levied in London for defence of, 251
-, the Earl of, 442n

Jerusalem, captives in, 52n

Jewel house, Edward Cary appointed master of, 153n

Jews, petition against the increase of, in the City, 263; expulsion of, from the kingdom, 263

Joanes, Richard, 520

Johnson, John, the elder, 148
-, surveyor of lotteries, 202n

Joiners' Company, power of search and survey over certain trades sought by the, 96
-, refusal of divers contentious brethren to make their masterpiece, 98

Jolles, Sir John, alderman, 210, 522, 525

Jones, Sir Francis, alderman, 6, 12
-, Hugh, 529
-, Inigo, surveyor of the king's works, 323n, 483, 487, 499
-, John, of Claverley, Salop, 6n
-, Nicholas, 487, 488
-, Thomas, common serjeant, 318, 499
-, Sir William, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 303, 469

Jonson, Benjamin, chronologer, 305, 382, 441n

Judd, Sir Andrew, alderman, 37n

Jude, Samuel, 418

Jurin, John, alderman, 10n

Jury Lane, 128

Justiniani, John Baptista, 186, 187

Juxon, William, Bishop of London, 87, 328

K

Katharine Coleman, St., Sir Henry Billingsley, alderman, buried at, 3n
-, Cree Church, St., a house in the parish of infected, 341

Katherine, St., hospital of, by the Tower, 501
-, troops to embark from, 254
-, increase of buildings at, 331
-, masters of: Sir Julius Cæsar, 60n; Dr. Lewis, 365n; Dr. Thomas Wilson, 125n
-, riot at, 451

Kebble, Sir Henry, alderman, 43n

Keelinge, John, 299

Kendrick, John, alderman, 296n

Kennington, manor of, leased to Sir Noel de Caron, 258n

Kensington Palace the residence of Serjeant Heneage Finch, recorder, 77n

Kent, armour made away with, or left in, by soldiers, 245
-, supply of wheat from, 373, 374, 378, 379
-, trained bands sent to protect coast of, 243, 244

Kentish Street, 357

Kerry, Ireland, governor of, 233n

Kerseys, the making, search and survey of, 68

Kesteven, the Dukes of, 100n

Kilmore Castle, Captain Bingham recommended as keeper of, 175

King, Edward, licensed to purvery poultry to the Earl of Essex, 158
-, John, Bishop of London, 60, 159, 481
-, Ralph, 492

King's Head tavern, Fleet Street, 457

King's Lynn, complaint against officers at, for preventing the removal of wines, 540

Kingston, Sir William, high constable of the Tower, 427, 432

Kingston-upon-Hull, warrant to Customs officers at, to embark corn for the City, 380
-, certificates from the port of, 418

Kinsale, Ireland, capture of, by the Spaniards, 245n

Kirkham, Mr., 31

Kirkleatham, Yorkshire, hospital and free school at, founded by William Turner, alderman, 65n

Kneysworth, Sir Thomas, alderman, 42n

Knib, Samuel, 164

Knighton, Anne, wife of Thomas Soame, 441n
-, Francis, 441n

Knights Commoners, dispute with the aldermen as to their precedence, 438, 439
-, Marshalmen, see Marshalsmen.

Knolles, Samuel and Thomas, dispute with as to property of Richard Brakenbury, 484, 485, 486

Knollis, Lord W., 159

Knollys, or Knowles, Sir Francis, 148, 159n
-, Robert, of Rotherfield Greys, Oxfordshire, 148n

Knowles, Thomas, of London, mercer, 308n

Kraus, Elias, the art of making Spanish needles first taught by, 104n

Kydders or Badgers, 377

Kympton, William, alderman, 312n

Kynlosse, the Earl of, see Bruce, Edward Lord.

Kyrton, Alderman, 35n
-, Grisild, wife of Sir Nicholas Woodrof, alderman, 35n



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