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

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1878

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'Index: S-Z', Analytical index to the series of records known as the Remembrancia: 1579-1664 (1878), pp. 610-623. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=60001 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Sabbath day, catechizing the people upon, 213
-, abuse of the, 336, 359
-, plays not to be performed on, 350, 351, 355
-, Lord Berkeley's men charged with playing on the, 449

Sacharissa (Lady Dorothy Sidney), 320n

Sackville, Anne, wife of Lord Dacre, 45n
-, Edward, fourth Earl of Dorset, 306
-, recommends Benjamin Jonson and Francis Quarles, for City chronologer, 305n, 306n
-, Richard, second Earl of Dorset, 170n
-, Sir Richard, of Buckhurst, 45n
-, Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, first Earl of Dorset, 45, 70, 71, 145, 157, 168, 188, 207, 288, 376, 437

Saddlers' Company, the wardens of, committed to Newgate for not raising a loan for the King, 196n

Sadler, James, 172

St. Barbe, Henry, of Somersetshire, 10n, 152n
-, Ursula, 555n

St. George, Sir Henry, Garter, 14n

St. John, Sir John, of Lydiard Tregoz, Wilts, 442n
-, Lucy, wife of Sir Allen Apsley, 442n
-, Oliver, 210
-, Sir William, 498

St. Quentin, the siege of, 125n

Saintpire, Owen, committed to prison, 24

Saker, 248

Salisbury Court, alias Sackville Place, alias Dorset House, 170n

Salisbury, Robert Abbott, Bishop of, 131n, 166n, 367
-, Robert Cecil, first Earl of, see Cecil, Sir Robert.
-, William Cecil, second Earl of, see Cecil, William.
-, the Marquis of, 155n, 208n
-, Zachary Lyming, alderman of, 495

Salkeld, William, 163

Salley, John, 258

Salmon, complaint against persons fishing for, off Chelsea, 507

Salt, a patent granted to Sir George Bruce for the making of, 215, 216
-, the price of, 216, 227
-, application for a patent for making white, 227
-, removal of the prohibition of the exportation of, 227
-, the sale of a cargo at Yarmouth hindered, 444
-, Meter, the office of, 276; solicited for John Hubard, 270

Salter, Mr., 299
-, Sir Edward, 296

Saltpetre, alderman to consult with the alderman of the Steelyard as to digging for, there, 214
-, complaint against men appointed to dig for, in the City, 214
-, and gunpowder, patent for making, granted to the Earl of Worcester, 218; Richard Fisher appointed his deputy, 220
-, licence for making, for ten years granted to John Evelyn, 218n
-, to be brought from Barbary for Her Majesty's munition, 406

Sampier, Owen, 178

Sanchez, M., Secretary to the Spanish Embassy, 452n

Sanders, John, 141

Sanderson, Henry, commissioner to inquire as to the mixture of sea coal, 80
-, William, 491

Sandwich, corn ships detained at, 378
-, trial of ancient custom of withernam at, 439
-, Edward, the first Earl of, 193n
-, the Mayor of, 377

Sandys, Sir Edwin, 141
-, Edwin, Archbishop of York, 141n, 181n
-, Lord, 181n

Sandy, Sir Robert Napier, Bart., alias, 461n

Sarum, New, thanks of mayor, &c., of, for assistance rendered to their poor, and forwarding a contribution for poor of London, 347

Saule, John, 493

Saunders, Blase, 272, 273, 274
-, Elizabeth, 309
-, George, 309
-, Thomas, 273n

Saunders-Sebright, Sir John Gaze, 31n

Savage, Mr., 480

Savage, Sir Arthur, 211, 212, 319

Saviour's, St., Southwark, Bishop Andrews buried in, 170n

Savoy, Sir John Fynett, ambassador to the, 14n
-, the hospital of the, 16
-, the Duchy House at the, 160
-, the residence of George, Lord Carew, in, 162; of Chief Baron Walters in, 558n
-, Dr. Neile, master of, 170n
-, death of the Earl of Cumberland at, 379n

Sawyer, Sir Edmund, auditor, 14n, 51, 415

Sayes Court, Deptford, the residence of Sir Richard Brown, 77n

Scanderoon, pirates defeated near, 203n

Scavage, collector of, 284; and see Package and Scavage.

Scavenger, refusal to serve the office of, 288

Scilly, the Isle of, contagious sickness brought by a merchant ship to, 339

Scofater, Henrick, 259, 260

Scofield, Richard, 493

Scopham, William, 235

Scot, Thomas, 273n

Scotland, loan from the City to King James I. upon his going to, 192, 196
-, the late disorders in, 256
-, the King's journey to, 360

Scots, account of the ravages committed by, 423

Scottish marches, the Earl of Cumberland appointed governor of the, 379n

Scott, Sir John, of Nettlestead, 37n, 146n

Scrogge, John, butcher, 395

Scudamore, Sir James, 202n
-, Mary (Lady), 202

Seacoal meters, the number limited, 279, 283
-, the office requested for John Hubbard, 270, 275, 276, 277
-, Robert Pamplyn recommended as one of the by Queen Elizabeth, 280
-, William Webbe recommended by the Council for the office, 283

Seamen, search to be made for in the City, 236

Sebright, Sir Edward, 31n
-, William, town clerk, 24, 31, 188n

Seckford Street, Clerkenwell, 428n

Seckford, Thomas, 428

Secondary, a reversion of the office requested for Jaspar Warren, 270
-, correspondence as to the appointment of Andrew Mallory as, 280, 281, 282
-, George Fytton recommended for the office, 280, 281
-, John Crompton, deputy, 289
-, reversion of the office granted to Joseph Cocke, 304
-, Mr. Moseley, 432

Seething Lane, 128
-, residence of Sir Francis Walsingham in, 10n, 11

Segar, Sir William, Garter King at Arms, 419

Segenhoe, Bedfordshire, 441n

Senoy, Jacob, 564

Separatists, indicted for refusing to take the Oath of Allegiance, released, 139

Sepulchre, St., complaint of the parishioners of, as to the state of Smithfield, 471, 472

Sepulchre's, St., Church, Eleanor, the wife of Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, buried at, 438n

Serjeant Carver, 279

Serjeant at Mace, 279

Serjeants' Inn, Fleet Street, 179, 452

Serrell, Mr., 476

Sewers, the Commissioners of, 340, 483
-, Richard Mathew, bailiff of the, 459; erection of floodgates at Fleet Ditch by, 459

Sewster, Edward, 211, 212

Seymour, Edward, Earl of Hertford, 481n
-, Queen Jane, 500n
-, Thomas Lord, of Sudeley, Lord High Admiral, 500
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 46n
-, Sir William, Lord Beauchamp, 481, 516

Shackley, a tailor in Fetter Lane, 46

Shacrost, William, 430

Shaftesbury, Earl of, see Ashley, Lord.

Shakespeare, William, 192n, 355n

Shambles, butchers for killing flesh in Lent appointed for the, 393, 394, 400

Sheep-pens in Smithfield, request for a grant of, 470

Shelden, Thomas, 270

Sheldon, Gilbert, Bishop of London, 139
-, Sir Joseph, alderman, 139n

Shepherd, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Lionel Cranfield, 161n
-, Richard, 161n

Shereston, William, 163

Sheriffs, the, prevented from serving writs in the Tower, 430; permitted to execute their office, 430
-, the death of John Heydon; Cuthbert Buckle elected and to be presented at the Tower, 431, 432
-, John Priest, presented at the Tower, 432n
-, persons to be excused serving:—
-, Thomas Atkins, of Norwich, 465
-, Mathew Browneridge, of Ipswich, 464
-, Sir William Calley, 466
-, Henry Champion, 459
-, Sir Lionel Cranfield, 463
-, Sampson Hopkins, of Coventry, 462
-, Sir Arthur Ingram, 462
-, Sir Robert Napier, aliasSandy, 461, 465
-, Thomas Plummer, 465
-, Mr. Gardner elected and refused to pay the fine, 460
-, Mr. Alderman Martin chosen, 460
-, Thomas Skinner committed to prison for refusing to serve, 461
-, Mr. Alderman Bennett elected, 461
-, Richard Cox fined for refusing to serve, 464

Sheriffs Court, complaint as to the conduct of business in the, 461
-, the office of judge of the, 277, 300; given to Sir Edward Mosely, 291
-, attorney of, 280, 294, 301
-, reversion of attorney of, solicited for David Carpenter and John Glyn, 302
-, clerk sitter of the, 301

Sheriffwick of London and Middlesex granted to the City by charter, 204

Sherington, William, 308

Sherley, Sir Thomas, 241

Shetland, the island of, herring busses to go to, 144

Shewell, William, 263

Ships, application of Charles II. to the City for a loan for discharging certain, 200
-, of war furnished by the City, 237, 238, 244, 246, 247, 248, 250, 466

Shipmasters, search to be made in the City for, 236

Shipmoney, Thomas Gardiner, recorder, impeached for advising the levy of, 304n
-, reports as to the business of shipping to be made, 467
-, persons refusing to pay, to be taken into custody, 468
-, report from the judges to the King upon, 468
-, Southwark to be assessed at one ship, 469
-, refusal of inhabitants of the Liberty of St. Martin's-le-Grand to pay assessment, 469
-, Lord Mayor and Sheriffs to carry out the directions of the Council for enforcing payment of, 470
-, warrant from Star Chamber upon, 470

Shipwrights, petition of, against the renewal of a patent for cutting iron into small rods, 217
-, charged with misdemeanours on the Thames, 511
-, hospital for, at Chatham, 234n

Shoes, old, the transport of beyond seas prohibited, 519

Shore, Richard, sheriff, fined, 42n

Shoreditch, order for the preventing stage plays in, 338
-, the plague in, 340

Shotmen and pikemen, the neglect of training, 230, 231

Shrewsbury, drapers of, charged with interfering with rights of drapers of London to sell Welsh cloths at, 73

Shrewsbury, George, sixth Earl of, 152, 153
-, Gilbert, seventh Earl of, 159,

Shrovetide, the killing of flesh at, to be restrained, 398, 399
-, servants and apprentices to be kept in by their masters at, 454
-, rude customs at, to be abolished, 454
-, directions for preventing riots at, 455, 457, 458

Shute, Robert, recorder, 294, 303

Sidney, Lady Dorothy, 320n
-, Sir Philip, 153n, 382n
-, Sir Robert, Lord Lisle, Earl of Leicester, 61, 158, 159, 441

Silk, all corrupt to be burnt, 119
-, the dyeing of, 119, 122
-, report on, referred to the Court of Aldermen, 123; offenders called before the Star Chamber and censured, 123
-, a sworn viewer to be appointed to oversee the dyeing and weight of, 119

Silk, the importation of wrought, 521

Silkmen, petition from to be incorporated into a company, 94; answer of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen to, 94

Silkweavers' Company request power to pursue the law against the importation of wrought silk, 96
-, complaint by, of the importation of ribands, laces, &c., 520

Silver not to be transported, 528

Silmons, Nicholas, 395

Sion House, Charing Cross, 141n

Skevington, John, 287
-, Richard, 287

Skinner, Augustine, alderman, 6
-, Burbage, 312
-, John, of Saffron Walden, Essex, 461n
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 2, 380, 460
-, Thomas, remembrancer, 307n

Skinners' Company, differences between them and the artisan skinners, 93
-, refusal of Matthew Brownrigg, one of the livery, to pay his contribution towards the Irish Plantation, 173
-, Thomas Starkey, warden of the, 486n
-, gift of Sir William Allen to the, 506n

Skins, a market for raw, suggested to be held in Smithfield, 471

Skudamore, Philip, 151

Slade, John, 461

Slaney, John, of Staffordshire, 80n
-, Lady Margaret, 80n
-, Sir Stephen, alderman, 80, 311n

Smallwood, Hugh, recommended for common hunt, 298, 302
-, Mr. Serjeant, 240

Smalye, George, 154

Smart, Rowland, 274
-, William, 151

Smarte, Richard, 269

Smault, a patent granted for the making of, 215

Smirke, Sir Robert, 63n

Smith, Mr., 425
-, Alice, 80n
-, Ambrose, 151
-, Anthony, 308n
-, Henry, of Whickham, 79n
-, Humphrey, Queen Elizabeth's silk man, 80n
-, Humphrey, alderman, 311n, 528
-, James, 271
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 18n; first governor of the East India Company, 291n
-, Thomas, 517
-, Captain William, 299

Smithes, Ann, 319
-, George, alderman, 211, 319
-, Sarah, widow of Alderman Smithes, complaint of against her son-in-law, 211, 212

Smithfield, rescue of persons in, 449
-, lease of sheep pens in, 470
-, suggested market for raw skins at, 471
-, hay market at, 471
-, weighing of hay and straw at, 471, 472
-, railings and walks made at, 471
-, the City's beam in, 472

Smithfield, East, attempt to erect a market in, 205
-, jurisdiction of the City in, 426

Smyth, Charherine, wife of Sir Roland Hayward, alderman, 37n
-, Captain John, 362n
-, Sir Thomas, 11, 37n, 361

Snode, Abraham, 489

Snygge, George, Baron of the Exchequer, 300

Soame, Sir Stephen, alderman, 80n, 308n, 441
-, Thomas, 441n
-, Sir William, 80n, 441n

Soap, application for a patent for making hard and soft, 224, 225
-, trial of and report thereon to be made, 225

Soap-boilers, 225

Soap-makers, refusal of, to purchase seed of, for making soap, 518, 519

Soldiers, provision to be made for, maimed, 169, 246
-, yearly training of, 236
-, levied to assist the King of Denmark, 250, 251
-, to serve in the expedition to the Isle of Retz, 252
-, to suppress the disorder in Scotland, 256
-, see also Trained Bands.

Somerset House, death of Lord Hunsdon at, 155n

Somerset, Anne, Duchess of, 309
-, Edward, Duke of, Lord Protector, 27n, 309n, 481n, 500n

Soper Lane, residences of Sir Roger Martin and Sir Stephen Soame, aldermen, in, 308n, 441n

Sotherton, John, Baron of the Exchequer, 112n

Southack, George, 371; see Southwick, George.

Southampton House, Holborn, 167n

Southampton, Henry, third Earl, 192, 301
-, solicits the reversion of clerk sitter for Henry Whalley, 301
-, Thomas, Earl of, 167, 201

Southcot, John, 151

Southwark, jurisdiction and government of, 57, 60, 232, 253, 359, 473, 476, 478
-, disorders and riots in, 451, 458, 472, 474, 475
-, a provost marshal appointed, 360
-, soldiers billeted in, to be removed, 253
-, the laws to be put in force in, for preventing the spread of infection, 344
-, the inhabitants to muster in St. George's Fields and Croydon, 474, 476
-, carmen dwelling in, not to be rated, 57, 59, 475
-, complaint of the increase of new buildings, taverns, &c., in, 44, 49, 544
-, proceedings as to the killing and uttering of flesh during Lent in, 394, 474
-, right of way through St. George's Field disputed, 477
-, the manor of Paris Gardens, the Clink Liberty, and the Bankside, 477
-, the game of bears and bulls in, 478
-, to provide one ship for the defence of the realm, 469

Southwark, the borough court, Sir George Rivers judge and steward of, 476
-, the appointment of officers in the court, 476
-, the bailiff of, 284, 285, 293

Southwell, Sir Robert, 88

Southwick, George, 273, 274, 275

Southwood, Mr., 388

Spain, ships provided by the City to proceed to, 239
-, ships from Hamburg with stores for, 244
-, the fleet of the king of, expected off the coast, 243
-, corn ships taken on the coast of, to be brought to London, 379

Spanish ambassador, residence provided for, 10, 13, 14
-, complaint by, of the treatment of Spaniards trading in London, 260
-, riot at the house of, 452, 453

Spanish coin, the circulation of light, 89
-, marriage, the, 204n
-, merchants, president of, 278
-, oils, 519
-, troops landed in Ireland, 233, 245n

Spekard, John, 161

Spencer, Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Compton, 447n
-, Sir John, of Althorp, 159n, 559n
-, Sir John, alderman, 172, 286, 377n, 447n,
-, Nicholas, claim of, to the office of searcher of woolen cloths, 69
-, Sir William, 288

Spert, Sir Thomas, founder of the Trinity House, 184n

Sperwent, John, 529

Spice, supply of, 494

Spicer, Nicholas, mayor of Exeter, 343

Spices, garblership of, 273

Spiller, Sir Henry, 203, 263, 328

Spinola, Baptista, 186

Spital Cross, collection for the redemption of a captive, to be made at, 56

Spital Sermons, learned men provided to preach, 52, 367, 368

Sports, the game of bears and bulls, 478

Squier, Mr., deputy of Aldersgate ward, 458

Squire, John, 6n

Stafford, Dorothy, Lady, 146, 147, 202
-, Edward, Duke of Buckingham, 38n, 146n
-, Edward, patentee of the penalties for making kerseys contrary to statutes, 68
-, Lady Elizabeth, 146n
-, Henry, Lord, 146n
-, Sir William, of Blatherwick, Northamptonshire, 146n

Staines Bridge, the repair of, 515

Stanford, William, 138

Stanhope, Dr., 267, 365
-, Sir Edward, 309n

Stanley, Henry, 310
-, Sir William, 470

Stanmore, Buckle's Bridge at, 315
-, church, reading-desk presented to, 315n
-, school, legacy to, 315n

Stannaries, lord warden of, 125n

Stanstead, wares not to be sent to, during infection, 33, 34

Staple, merchants of the, proceedings against, 209

Star Chamber, 42, 269, 528
-, the lords of the, 231
-, order of, addressed from the Inner, 204
-, proceedings in the, concerning new charter to the City, 61, 62
-, a fine imposed upon the City by, 64
-, a decree of, concerning the printing and publishing of books, 144n
-, a decree of, as to metage of corn, 375
-, decree of, as to the right of the City in relation to the election of sheriffs, 466
-, offenders against the proclamation concerning new buildings to be prosecuted in, 49, 332
-, persons censured by, for false dyeing of silk, 123
-, order of, for the Watermen's Act to be enforced, 256
-, orders of, concerning the carrying up of the Lord Mayor's sword in St. Paul's Cathedral, 328
-, order of, concerning the preservation of the City from the plague, 338
-, order of, as to stoppage of traffic by the playhouse in Blackfriars, 356
-, order of, as to the price of poultry, 405
-, order of, to search for noblemen, &c., residing in London out of term time, 420
-, proceedings in, as to the dispute between the free and foreign cordwainers, 179
-, suit in, concerning the City's plantation in Ireland, 174, 175
-, trials, &c., in: Robert Arthur, 264; John Bingley, 190n; Richard Coxe, alderman, 7; Palmes and Ferneley, 455; Sir T. Lake, 5n; Earl and Countess of Suffolk, 190n; Edmund Waller, 320

Starch, 451; the making of to be suspended, 383

Strach-makers, patent for incorporating the, into a company, 94

Starkey, Thomas, alderman, 486
-, Thomas, 526

Statfield, John, 141

Stationers, all suits against restrained, by Court of Aldermen, 91

Stationers' Company, steps taken by, to trace the printer of a pamphlet on Papistry, 30
-, petition of, against patent for printing apprentices' indentures, &c., 100, 101
-, seizure of books by, 144
-, provision of men and arms by, 531n
-, registers of the, 346n

Steel, the quantity of in Swedish iron, 528

Steele, William, attorney general, 304n

Steelyard, the digging for and making of saltpetre at, 214

Stepney, Sir Owen Hopton buried at, 154n
-, attempt to erect a market at, 205

Stevenson, Symon, 120
-, Thomas, 156, 157
-, William, 487

Stewards' Inn, houses in, 44

Stewart, Robert, 202

Still, Dr., 367

Stoad, 379

Stocks Market, fish to be sold at, 202

Stone, Mr., 319
-, Anne, wife of Sir Stephen Soame, 441n
-, Richard, 300
-, Thomas, common serjeant, 511, 512
-, William, 441n

Stonhouse, Sir H. V., Bart., 35n

Stott, Nicholas, 402

Stowe, Richard, bone setter, 202

Stradling, Sir Edward, 13n

Strand, new buildings in the, 49
-, goldsmiths in the, to remove to Cheapside, 110

Strangers, returns as to names and numbers of, ordered, 135, 260, 411, 421, 422

Stratford-le-Bow, repair of the bridge and causeway, 33, 34, 35
-, school founded at, 210n

Stuart, Lady Anne, 178n
-, Lady Arabella, 246n, 481n
-, Charles, see Lenox, Charles, Earl of
-, Esme, Lord Aubney, Earl of March, see Lenox, Duke of.
-, Ludovic, first Duke of Lenox, see Lenox, Duke of.

Sturgeon, taken in the Thames presented to the Queen, 504

Subsidies, grants of, 26, 198, 201

Suffolk, the Earl of, see Howard, Thomas, Lord.
-, sheriff of, 441n

Sugar, the price of, 383
-, complaint as to the, supplied to the King's house, 478, 479
-, strangers and sons of strangers are not to trade as refiners of, 480

Sugar chests, patent for taring of granted, 479; reasons of the merchants against, 480

Suits, the commissioners of, 217, 221, 555

Sunbury, unlawful flue-nets seized at, 506
-, mills at, to be suppressed, 516

Superstitious uses, lands granted for, 116

Surrey, Commission of the Peace in, 288
-, the justice of, to prohibit the assembling of people at plays, &c., 314; to meet, and advise as to the prevention of the plague, 337, 346, 348
-, rates to be levied in, for the erection of pest-houses, 346
-, general musters in, 232, 477
-, provost marshal for, 360

Surveyor-General to the King, Inigo Jones, 499

Sussex, failure of the crops in, 374
-, the Earl of, see Ratcliffe, Thomas

Sutcliffe Adam, 492
-, Dr., 135

Suthcott, Robert, Baron of the Exchequer, 112

Sutton, Edward, Lord Dudley, 33
-, Richard, 178, 277
-, Thomas, founder of the Charterhouse, 79n
-, widow, 457
-, William, 159

Swan, Captain, 92

Swedish ambassador, lodings to be provided for, 11

Swinnerton, Sir John, alderman, 211
-, John, 211n

Swinton, James, 495

Swithin's, St. London stone, Aldermen Sir Stephen Slaney and Sir John Hart buried at, 80n, 311n

Sword, the dispute as to the carrying up of the, before the Lord Mayor in St. Paul's and at the Tower, 327, 328, 432

Swords, the length of, limited by proclamation, 518, 549

Sydney, Sir Henry, K.G., 61n, 153
-, Sir William, 153n

Symcock, Thomas, 101n

Symcot, John, 406, 407

T

Tabling houses, eating of flesh in Lent in, 392, 393, 394

Tackle house, petition of porters of the, 499

Tailor, John, 163

Tallcott, 525

Tanfield, Sir Laurence, 73, 300, 400, 542

Tanner, Captain, 235
-, Roger, 149

Tapping, Thomas, a maimed soldier, 255

Taunton, Dr. Sutcliffe, archdeacon of, 135n

Taverns, restraint of the number of, 404, 540, 542, 543, 544, 547, 548, 549
-, no house to be converted into a tavern without permission, 541
-, erected near to churches and churchyard to be removed, 545
-, Robert Burchmore Committed to Newgate for turning his house into a tavern, 545
-, one erected in a dangerous place to be suppressed, 548
-, all having signs and stairs to the water to be suppressed, 547
-, assemblies at, prohibited on account of the infection, 341
-, in Fleet Street to be shut up, 457
-, inns, &c., the uttering of flesh in, in Lent to be restrained, 398
-, keepers of, not to buy game, 549

Tavern sign, The Bush, 548, 549

Taylor, Abraham, 498
-, John, the water poet, 411
-, Mary, wife of Sir Thomas Bennet, alderman, 208n
-, Rebecca, wife of Sir William Ronney, alderman, 495n
-, Robert, alderman, 208n, 495n
-, Sergeant Major, appointed Captain of the Artillery Company, 23

Temes, William, Comptroller of the Custom House, 36

Temes, Mrs., 36

Temple, the, lectures at, 365
-, escape of a prisoner into, and charge against the gentlemen of, for rescuing him, 452

Temple Bar, the residence of Gyles Horne within, 163
-, victualling houses at, to be searched for infected persons, 336
-, the building of, 499

Tenche, William, bailiff of Shrewsbury, 69

Tenterden, complaint by the mayor and jurats of, as to the seizure of cloth, 443

Tenters for stretching cloths to be abolished, 70

Term to be held at Hertford on account of the plague, 334
-, to be held in London, 335

Termers, 420

Tey, John, 40
-, John, Her Majesty's alnager, 71

Thames, the river:—
-, Cleansing of and removal of shoals from, 213, 509, 510, 511, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517
-, Conservancy of, 186, 391, 500, 501, 504, 507, 514, 516
-, Complaints as to damage to river walls at Blackfriars and Bridewell, 516
-, Ferry between Gravesend and London, 511, 512, 513
-, Fisheries, &c.—
-, The removal of hatches, stops, weirs, &c., 344, 345, 499, 500, 507, 515
-, Use of unlawful nets by fishermen, petermen, trinkermen, &c., 501, 502, 503, 506, 508
-, Controversies as to rights of fishing in, 503, 504, 506, 507, 508
-, Petition of fishermen to be incorporated, and proceedings thereon, 513, 514
-, Salmon fishing at Chelsea complained of, 507
-, A sturgeon caught in the river to be presented to the Queen, 504
-, Frost on the, 562
-, Mills upon, at London Bridge, 504, 505, 506, 516
-, Misdemeanours upon, complaints as to, 511
-, Nuisances complained of, 49, 508, 509
-, Taverns having signs and stairs to the, to be suppressed, 547
-, Triumphs upon, in honour of the marriage of Princess Elizabeth, 411
-, Watermen of, see Watermen.
-, Waterworks on, see London Bridge and Waterworks.

Theatre, the, Shoreditch, 354
-, great disorder at, 350
-, fencers refused permission to play a prize at, 352

Theobald, John, 112n

Therry, James, 480
-, John, 480
-, Stephen, 480

Thoby, Essex, the manor and priory of, 318n

Thomas, John, 341
-, Philip, 228n

Thomas, William, patent to, for making health into brushes, 216, 217

Thomas's, St., Hospital, right of the governors of, to appoint a clerk to the church of St. Thomas, Southwark, 171
-, James Sadler, a maimed soldier, recommended for the next vacant place in, 172
-, portrait of Sir Thomas Cambell, alderman, at, 498n
-, presidents of:—
-, Sir Thomas Adams, 10n
-, Sir William Allen, 506n
-, Sir George Barnes, 181n
-, Sir Thomas Billingsley, 2n
-, Sir Edward Osborne, 156n
-, Sir John Ryvers, 38n
-, Sir Nicholas Woodrof, 35n

Thomason, Edward, 141

Thompson, Robert, 563

Thornton, Thomas, 491

Thorpe, Ralph, 285

Throgmorton Street, the residence of Alderman James Cambell in, 498n

Throgmorton, Anthony, 128

Thrower, Mr., keeper of Ludgate, 370

Thurlow, Little, Suffolk, free school and almshouses at, 441n

Thurlow Church, Suffolk, monuments in, 441n

Thynne, Sir John, 37n

Tibutt, Alice, a recusant, 130

Tichborne, Sir Robert, alderman, 319n

Tilbury, the camp at, 155n
-, the trained bands sent to, 244
-, Hope, establishment of lazaretto at suggested, 349
-, ships to be sent to, 243, 248

Tillesworth, Joan, wife of Sir Rowland Hayward, alderman, 37n
-, William, 37n

Tilliers, Count de, French ambassador, 454

Tilman, Richard, mayor of Faversham, 373

Tilney, Mr., master of the revels, 353

Tiltboats on the Thames, 501

Tinsdale, Thomas, of Deanly, Berks, 208n

Tipper, Mr., 172

Tippling houses, supply of beer to, 28, 380, 541, 542, 543
-, drunkenness in, 541
-, shop in Southwark turned into a tippling-house without a licence, 544
-, the places of resort for lewd persons, 545

Tirry, John, 502

Tisdale, Anne, 170

Tithes, difference between the clergy and parishioners concerning the valuation of, 135, 138
-, orders in Council concerning, 137, 138

Tobacco, the sale of, 545

Todd, Christopher, silk weaver, 148
-, William, 171

Tokens, private, proclamation against the issue of, 90n

Toll, freemen of London exempt from, 441

Tomkins, Mr., 374

Torte, Francis le, 378

Tortington, Sussex, property of the priors of, 311n

Tothill estate, 169

Tothill, Mr.Richard, 169

Totness, the Earl of, see Carew, George, Lord.

Touchboxes, 234

Tower, the:—
-, Boundaries, disputes as to, 173n, 186, 237, 426, 428, 429, 430, 433, 434, 442, 446, 554
-, Perambulation of the liberties of, 434, 443
-, Boundaries described, 427n
-, Boundary stone, removal of, 432, 433, 434, 445
-, Inclosure of the pond head at, 434
-, New buildings erected on disputed ground, 429, 430, 433
-, Chaplain of the, 442, 443
-, Court Baron held in, 427n
-, High constable of, 427n
-, Lieutenants of, 354n:—
-, Sir Allen Apsley, 441, 442, 443, 446
-, Sir Jervis Elwis, 82
-, Sir Owen Hopton, 154n
-, Sir George Moore, 441n, 477n
-, Sir John Robinson, Knight and Bart., alderman, 88
-, Sir William Waad, 246
-, Lord mayors sworn into office at:—
-, Sir Alexander Avenon, 312n
-, Sir Henry Billingsley, 2
-, Sir William Rowe, 2
-, Officers of, exempted from arrest, 444
-, Porter, the gentleman, 426, 429, 430, 432, 434; exactions by, upon victuallers and strangers, 426
-, Records, 427n, 467n
-, Sword borne before the Lord Mayor ordered to be turned down at, 432, 434
-, Prisoners committed to:—
-, Sir Thomas Adams, alderman, 9
-, Philip, Earl of Arundel, 175n
-, Sir Thomas Bartlett, 97n
-, Captain James Bunce, alderman, 10
-, Mr.Cambell, 440
-, Earl of Cleveland, 205n
-, Sir James Croft, 41n
-, Sir John Gayre, alderman, 9
-, Denzill Holles, 560n
-, Sir T. Lake, and his wife, 5n
-, Sir John Langham, alderman, 9
-, Sir Sidney Montague, 193n
-, Sir Isaac Pennington, alderman, 200n
-, Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland, 141n
-, Thomas, Lord Seymour, of Sudeley, 500n
-, William Shacrost, 430
-, Lady Arabella Stuart, 481n
-, Sir Henry Yelverton, 101n
-, Sheriffs presented at the gate of, 432, 432n
-, Sheriffs prevented from executing processes of law in, 429, 430
-, Warders of, complaints as to their conduct, 436
-, freed from serving parochial offices, 446, 447, 448

Ditch, 434

Tower Hill, Her Majesty's garners at, 377; foundations of a prison or cage laid upon, 442, 443
-, Street, case of a poor woman living in, 486
-, the dwelling of Sir William Allen, alderman, in, 506n
-, Ward, alderman of:—
-, Sir George Barnes, 181n
-, Thomas Bennet, jun., 210n
-, Sir Thomas Billingsley, 2n
-, Sir John Chapman, 88n
-, Sir Richard Fenn, 528n
-, John Highlord, 528n
-, Sir John Jolles, 210n
-, Sir Nicholas Rainton, 479n
-, Sir John Robinson, Knight and Bart., 88n
-, Sir John Watts, 287n

Town Clerk, 426
-, William Sebright, 188n
-, Sir John Weld, 306
-, Richard Langley, deputy, 188n
-, reversion of office granted to Joseph Cocke, 304; to Thomas Jones, 318

Town Ditch, the, waste water from Moorgate conveyed over, 46n

Trade, Lords Commissioners for, 228, 526

Trade and commerce, clauses to be inserted in treaties for encouraging foreign, 530
-, committee appointed to take all matters affecting, into consideration, 530

Traders, the incorporated, for Spain, France, &c., 530

Trades, citizens troubled for using their lawful, 91

Tradesmen and artificers, new corporation of, 228, 229

Trafford, Captain Francis, 417

Trained bands:—
-, The mustering, training, and enrolment of, 531, 532, 533, 534, 535, 537; exemption from, 531
-, Ordinance for the reform of the march of the English nation to be observed at all musters of the, 254
-, The supply of arms, powder and match, shot, &c., for, 457, 532, 534
-, Appointment of muster master, 533, 536, 537, 538; duties of performed by alderman, deputy, and common council of each ward, 537
-, Four colonels to be appointed, the Lord Mayor to be general, 532
-, Rowland Wilson, colonel of the Orange Regiment, 18n
-, Nicholas Leat captain of one of the 261n
-, To be called together on holidays for exercise, 537
-, A tax to be levied to pay expenses and charges of the officers of the, 539
-, To be kept in readiness to suppress disorders at Shrovetide, May-day,&c., 454, 457, 458, 535
-, To be placed at the City's gates to suppress disorders by mariners and seamen, 249
-, Levies of:—350 sent to Normandy, 240; 3,000 sent to protect coasts of Kent and Sussex, 243; 1,000 sent to Tilbury, 244; 10,000 to assist forces of Kent and Essex, 244; 500 to be sent to Ireland, 245; 1,000 to suppress riots at Southwark, Lambeth, &c., 458; 350 to take part in shows at marriage of Princess Elizabeth, 530; 3,000 to serve against the Scots, 538
-, None to be levied to assist the King of Denmark, 254
-, Men to be levied for service in the Palatinate not to be taken from the, 416

Tralee Castle, 233n

Treasurer, the Lord, 288, 373, 374, 375, 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 388, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 408, 426, 428, 431, 472, 473, 474, 475, 493, 500, 501, 503, 504, 525, 540, 553, 562
-, see Montague, Sir Henry; and Dorset, the Earl of.

Treverie, John, 161

Trevillian, John, 157

Trevor, Thomas, Baron of the Exchequer, 469, 469n

Trinity House, the, 184
-, to pay 4,000l. towards the expedition for the suppression of pirates, 329
-, masters of, 77n, 82, 239
-, allegation of, against Boyde's patent, 83
-, certificate of, approving of mills to be erected at London Bridge, 504, 505
-, the Master and Brethren to inquire as to patent for cutting iron into small rods, 218
-, a new and convenient channel for coal ships set out by, 417, 418

Trinkermen, 344n; their conduct complained of, 501, 508; petition of, to the Queen, 502, 503; proceedings against to be stayed, 503

Trinkes, permission given to fish with, of a certain assize, 502

Trotter, Thomas, 162

Troy weight, 562

Trumball, William, 515

Tryon, Mary, wife of Sir Sebastian Harvey, alderman, 313n

Tudor, Owen, 154n

Tumblers at the theatre, 350

Tumbling to be prohibited, 341

Tunis, expedition against pirates of, 329

Turkey, captives in, 52, 56, 80n
-, merchants, 123, 527
-, Merchant Adventurers' Company, 530

Turkish pirates, 11n

Turner, Her Majesty's, 237
-, John, of Kirkleatham, 65n
-, William, alderman, 64

Turnmill Street, complaint of a melting house in, 263

Tyburn, the conduit heads and vaults at, 555, 556, 559

Tyder, Edward, 150

Tyler, Roger, 213

Tyrone, the Earl of, peace concluded with, 242n

U

Ubbershill, near Croydon, 474

Ulster, the plantation in, 163n, 173, 174

Under-sheriffs, mode of appointment of, 460

United Provinces, outbreak of the plague in the, 349

V

Vagabonds, the City pestered with, 340; punishment of, 391

Vagrants, permission given to impress idle, 417
-, to be kept out of the City, 458, 515

Valdez, Domingo de, 493

Valence, William, committed to prison for translating a scandalous book, 32

Vanderbeck, Lewis, 155

Vane, Sir Henry, 422, 560

Vedast, St., Foster Lane, the wife of Mr. Alderman Prescott buried in, 318n

Venetian ambassador, threats used against, 550

Venice, lodgings to be provided for two ambassadors from the state of, 12
-, Sir Dudley Carleton ambassador to, 14n

Venison, the cooks to be restrained from buying and selling, 540
-, warrants, 375, 409, 539

Vere, Sir Francis, 23n, 241
-, Geoffrey de, 23n, 241n
-, Sir Horatio, 23

Vernon, Francis, 307
-, George, Justice of the Common Pleas, 469, 469n

Verre, John, 155

Verulam, Lord, see Bacon, Sir Francis.

Victuallers not to permit flesh to be eaten in Lent, &c., 393, 394, 402, 546
-, licensing of, 478

Victualling-houses to be searched for infected persons, 335
-, catalogue of, prepared, 335
-, a survey of, to be taken, 359, 360
-, the names of all lodgers in, to be returned, 424

Victuals, the price of, 49, 344, 387, 515

Viewers sworn, the four, 45, 141, 324

Villa Nova, Marquis de, 11n

Villiers, Sir Christopher, Earl of Anglesey, 313n
-, Sir Edward, Viscount Grandison, 442n

Villiers, George, first Duke of Buckingham, 51n, 160, 197n, 303, 421n, 442n; recommends Thomas Leech for reversion of office of Remembrancer, 293, 294; Hugh Smallwood for Common Hunt, 298
-, George, second Duke of, 561

Viner, Mary, wife of Sir Richard Napier, 76n
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, 76n

Vintners of Smithfield, complaint by, as to soldiers billeted upon them, 256
-, dressing or uttering flesh in Lent, to be brought before the Council, 402
-, Company, members of, committed for not contributing towards the loan to the King, 196
-, to inquire what persons retail wines in the City without warrant or licence, 539
-, complaint as to the number of apprentices of, 540
-, patent granted to, 547, 548
-, Hall, rebuilding of, 65n

Vintry Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir Thomas Bennet, 208n
-, Sir John Frederick, 560n
-, Sir Crisp Gascoyne, 155n
-, Sir Martin Lumley, 105n
-, Robert Mildmay, 8n
-, Sir Thomas Pullison, 284n

Violet, Henry, 5

Virginia, Sir Maurice Abbott, alderman, one of the council for establishing colony of, 166n
-, idle persons to be sent to, 361
-, the Company of, 361, 362

Volunteers to be raised, 255
-, to be permitted to enter the service of the King of Denmark, 410

W

W. N. M., letter from, 213

Waad, Elizabeth, wife of Edmund Lenthall, 246n
-, Sir William, lieutenant of the Tower, 246; request a yearly pension for a poor soldier, 254

Waff, James, 159

Waits, office of one of the City, requested for John Dower, 275

Walbrook Ward, aldermen of:—
-, Sir George Bond, 38n
-, Sir Edward Bromfield, 105n
-, Sir Geoffrey Elwes, 82n
-, John Gore, 105n
-, Sir Robert Lee, 3n
-, Sir Ambrose Nicholas, 308n
-, Sir John Ryvers, 38n

Wales, death of Henry Frederick, Prince of, announced, 410
-, and the Marches, Lord President of, 162n, 172n

Walker, John, 314

Waller, Edmond, 319
-, Capt. Henry, 319n

Wallingford, Viscount, 159n

Wallis, Mr., 382

Walpole, John de, will of, 113

Walsall, John, 495

Walsingham, Frances, wife of Sir Philip Sydney, 152n
-, Sir Francis, 5n, 10, 11, 27, 40, 54, 55, 92, 130, 148, 149, 152n, 164, 176, 177, 185, 186, 206, 230, 232, 234, 235, 270, 271, 273, 275, 278, 279, 332, 335, 337, 352, 367, 374, 375, 394, 433, 436, 473, 477, 484, 485, 490, 492, 517
-, Lady Ursula, 152, 554

Walsted, Francis, 303

Walter, John, 558

Waltham Abbey, Sir Edward Denny buried at, 233n
-, Forest, charge of stealing the King's deer in, 269

Walton, John, 429

Walworth, Francis, 298

Wandsworth, right of inhabitants to fish in the Thames, 503

Wansted, the manor of, 461

Wapping, new buildings in, 49

Warburton, Mr. Justice, 452

Warde, Capt., 234
-, Edward, 159

Wardrobe of robes, 280
-, master of the great, 5n, 161n, 438n
-, repair of the pavement near the, 480

Wards and Liveries, Attorney-General of the Court of, 301n, 304
-, master of the Courts of, 67n, 192
-, surveyor of the Courts of, 428n

Ware, Sir John Watts, alderman, buried at, 287n
-, complaint of certain poor men of, as to metage dues, 374
-, complaint of the bargemen of, as to the lowness of water in the River Lea, 382
-, Thomas, 485

Warner, John, 288
-, Samuel, alderman, 166n

Warrants from the Council, execution of, in the City, 445

Warren, Edward, of Northampton, 150
-, Jaspar, 270
-, William, master of the Musicians' Company, 92

Warwick, Countess of, 282
-, Earl of, see Dudley, Ambrose.
-, Lord Rich created Earl of, 140n

Watches, the night watches to be increased, 550

Watchmen appointed at the gates to prevent flesh being brought in during Lent, 395

Water:—
-, To be brought from Hackney Marsh, 135n
-, To be conveyed from the Thames to Leadenhall, 551
-, Permission given to Peter Morice to erect his works at London Bridge for supplying the City, 551, 553
-, Grant by Bernard Randolph for bringing water from the Thames into the City, 553
-, Application for a lease of the Waterhouse at Dowgate, 557
-, The conduit heads at Tyburn, 555, 556
-, The main pipes to be examined, 559
-, The waste water to be brought to the conduits, 559
-, Complaint against the City plumber, 557
-, The inhabitants of the City to be required to take the New River water, 557
-, Requests for quills of water from the City's pipes:—
-, For Cecil House, 558
-, Lady Darby's house, 559
-, Essex House, 554
-, The Mews at Charing Cross, 561
-, Northumberland House, 561
-, York House, 559, 560, 561
-, From Lord Cobham at Blackfriars, 554
-, Earl of Exeter for his house in the Strand, 556
-, Lord Fenton, 555
-, Sir Henry Gibb, 560
-, Denzell Holles, 560
-, Sir Thomas Lake, 560
-, Sir Henry Vane, 560
-, John Walters, 558
-, Sir Richard Weston, 558
-, Marquis of Winchester, 552

Waterbailiff, office of, 10, 180, 270
-, reversion of, requested for John Dewell, 283
-, to give an account of the number of weirs on the Thames, 500
-, to attend upon Lord Burghley upon the question of fishing, 504
-, arrested by direction of the Board of Green Cloth, 506
-, fishermen of Hampton restrained by, 506
-, complained of, for driving stakes in the Thames, 507

Water balliage upon the goods of foreigners and aliens, 322

Waterbeares, the Company of, 552
-, Hall, near Sun Street, 552n

Water engine, James Griffith maker of an artifical, 164
-, plough, invention of, 511n

Watermen to be employed in manning the City's ships, 250
-, Act referring to, 256
-, one of Her Majesty's injured, 285
-, sufferings of, through the frost, 562
-, of the Gravesend ferry, complained of, 512

Watermen's Company, attendance of the master, &c., at the Council upon the question of building Westminster Bridge, 36
-, the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen to settle the dispute in the, 110
-, David Parry committed to Newgate for disobeying the orders of the, 104
-, certificate of, approving of the erection of the mills at London Bridge, 505
-, orders for the future government of the, 561, 562

Waters, Peter, 150

Waterside, yeoman waiter of the, 279, 283, 289

Waterson, Edward, 128

Wathall, Mary, 497

Watson, Blanch, wife of Thomas Skinner, 460n
-, William, 460n

Watts, Sir John, alderman, 3n, 287
-, John, 315
-, Dr. Thomas, 326

Weaver, Richard, 438

Weavers' Company, the search, view, and correction of falsity in silk, gold and silver thread, 95
-, freemen using the art of weaving to be of this company, 103
-, members of the, to be punished for publishing a pamphlet, 451

Webbe, John, 30n
-, Lucy, mother of Archbishop Laud, 30n
-, Alderman Sir William, 30, 283, 450, 488

Webster, John, 105n

Weekes, William, 147

Weights, the want of an assize of, 562
-, the use of leaden, 562
-, all defective, to be seized, 563
-, Robert Thompson deputed to find out all false, 563
-, standards to be kept at Guildhall, 563n

Weirs on the Thames, 500

Weld, Sir Humphrey, alderman, 13n, 26n
-, Sir John, town clerk, 13, 26, 306
-, Lady, residence of, 13
-, House, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 13n

Wells, Sir John, alderman, 481n
-, the river of, or Fleet River, 481n

Wentworth, Henry, third Lord, 154n
-, Henry, Lord, 14n
-, Thomas, second Lord, 231, 354n, 552
-, Thomas, fourth Lord, Earl of Cleveland, 205
-, Joan, daughter of Thomas Lord, wife of Lord Cheney, 168n

Westby, Frances, removed from the office of coal gatherer, 285

West Ham, Barking, property at, left for the redemption of captives in Turkey, &c., 52n
-, land at, bequeathed by Sir Richard Fenn, alderman, for the relief of the poor there, 528n

West Horsley, Surrey, Sir Edward Nicholas buried at, 51n

West India fleet, arrival of, 240

West India plantations, traders to the, 530

Westmerland, Walter, the widow of, 177

Westminster, register of sales and pawns of retailing brokers established in, 40
-, newly-erected tenements in, 49
-, catalogue of infected houses in, 335
-, the laws against infection to be put in execution in, 344, 346, 347, 348
-, Her Majesty's garners at, 377
-, refusal of the Lord Treasurer to license any butcher to kill flesh in Lent in, 393
-, the poulterers of, charged with selling pheasants, &c., at all seasons, 397

Westminster, return to be made of the names of noblemen, &c., residing in, contrary to the proclamation, 420, 422
-, search to be made among the cutlers in, for swords and daggers of excessive length, 518
-, the Dean of, 163n
-, Lancelot Andrews, dean of, 170n
-, the Bailiff of, 335

Westminster Abbey, burials in:—
-, Dr. Samuel Bolton, 139n
-, Sir Thomas Bromley, 118n
-, Sir Lionel Cranfield, 161n
-, Princess Elizabeth, 531n
-, Duke of Lennox, 72n
-, Sir Thomas May, 306n
-, Lord Norreys, 450n
-, Sir John Puckering, 92n
-, Sir Francis Vere, 241n
-, Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, 410n

Westminster Bridge, proposal to build, &c., 35, 36

Westminster School, Dr. Alexander Nowell master of, 364n
-, Dr. Neile, Bishop of Durham, educated at, 170n

Weston, John, 488
-, Sir Richard, 84, 388, 558
-, Richard, Baron of the Exchequer, 469, 469n

Wetherby, Mrs., 316

Whalebone-fins, duty on, 409

Whalley, Henry, 301

Wheat, the price of, 374, 376, 378, 381, 382, 384; and see Corn.

Wheeler, Richard, common serjeant, 286, 315, 318n

Wherries on the Thames, 501

Whitby, Yorkshire, the decay of piers at, 408
-, decay of trade there, 408

White, Antony, 431
-, George, 155

White bayes, 489

Whitechapel, orders for preventing stage plays in, 338
-, the plague at, 340, 341

Whitefriars, 229

Whitehall, the tragedy of 'Gorboduc' performed before Queen Elizabeth at, 27n
-, the residence of Sir Henry Vane in, 560

Whitehand, John, attorney of the Sheriffs' Court, 293

Whitemore, Anne, wife of Sir Edmund Sawyer, 51n

Whitgift, Dr. John, Archbishop of Canterbury, 130, 352

Whitmore, Anne, wife of Sir John Robinson alderman, 88n
-, Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Craven, alderman, 211n, 297n
-, Sir George, alderman, 13n, 88n, 211n, 296
-, Sir William, alderman, 211n
-, of Buldwas, Shropshire, 51n, 296n
-, Mr., M.P. for Bridgenorth, 297n

Whitstable oysters, 405

Whittington, Sir Richard, 8n

Whittington's College, 231n

Whittle, Sacvile, surgeon at Deptford Dockyard, 15

Whorwood, William, 26

Wight, Randall, 489, 490

Wight, Isle of, captain of the, 192n

Wilcock, Samuel, 443

Wiles, William, 40

Wilkenson, Mr., 495

Wilkes, Richard, 159

Williams, Mr. Abraham, 361
-, John, 437
-, serjeant carver, 279
-, lord keeper, Bishop of Lincoln, &c., 163, 497; recommendations of persons by, for reversion of officers:—
-, David Carpenter for coroner, 302
-, Humfrey Leigh for swordbearer, 301

Williamson, Francis, 41
-, Sir Francis, 41

Willie, Nicholas, waterbailiff, 500

Willoughby, Lord, 410

Wilson, John, 121, 303

Wilson, Peter, 502

Wilson, Roland, 18n

Wilson, Captain Rowland, alderman, 18

Wilson, Dr. Thomas, 125, 146, 168, 256, 561

Wiltshire, Thomas, Earl of, 155n

Wimbledon, Earl of, see Cecil, Edward.

Winch, Robert, 264

Winchester, Lancelot Andrews, Bishop of, 170
-, William Day, Bishop of, 364n
-, Robert Horne, Bishop of, 129n
-, Robert Abbott, Dean of, 131n
-, John, second Marquis of, 45n
-, William, Marquis of, see Paulet, William.
-, Sir Peter Yonge, master of St. Cross Hospital at, 14n
-, House, Southwark, 170n
-, Palace, 478n; Her Majesty's garners at, 377

Wincot, Anne, wife of Sir Leonard Halliday, alderman, 495n
-, William, of Langham, Stafford, 495n

Windebanke, Sir Francis, 49, 111, 166, 203, 298, 299, 363, 421, 537

Windmill, erected at Moorfields, 46n
-, at the Fountain Head, 554
-, for grinding corn, 564

Windsor, William Day and Alexander Nowell appointed canons of, 364n

Wine, impost of, granted to the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and Aldermen, 208
-, Roger Richardson charged with erasure of letters patent for retailing of, 266
-, belonging to a merchant stranger to be sold by a freeman, 527
-, French, to be tasted and tried, 527, 528, 529
-, sophisticating and falsifying, 527
-, petition of Sperwent and Day as to their, 529
-, sophisticated, to be transported beyond seas, 530

Wine, retailers of, unlicensed, to be reported, 539, 540
-, grant to Sir Edward Horsey to license retailers of, 539
-, the price of French, 548

Wingfiled, Edward, 490
-, Henry, 15
-, Thomas, of Kimbolton, 490

Winter, Rowland, 332

Winterton, the Earl of, 105n

Wintertonness, the lights at, 86

Winton, Mr., deputy, 445

Winwood, Sir Ralph, 97n, 259, 291, 293, 440, 496

Wise, Richard, 395

Wiseman, Thomas, remembrancer, 307

Wiston Park, Sussex, 241n

Withernam, the custom of, 429, 435, 439, 440, 446, 496

Wollaston, Sir John, alderman, 200n

Wolley, Sir John, Secretary of State, 65, 286

Wolsey, Cardinal, 155n

Wolverley, free grammar school at, founded by William Sebright, town clerk, 31n

Wood, complaint of the abuses in the purveyance of, for the Queen's service, 392
-, ordinance for the sale of, 266

Wood and coal, the poor's wharf of, 282

Wood, Mr., 308
-, Roger, 152
-, Capt. Thomas, 18
-, Thomas, 193
-, Thomas, Sheriff, 106n

Woodcock, Andrew, 397
-, Ralph, alderman, 311

Woodde, Roger, 101

Woodhouse, Anne, wife of Sir Julius Cæsar, 60n
-, Henry, 60n

Woodmongers, the government of carts and carmen committed to, 57, 58
-, to provide long carts for the King's service, 58, 59
-, to supply billets and faggots for the King's household, 380, 381

Woodrof, David, sheriff, 35n
-, Sir Nicholas, alderman, 35, 176, 435
-, Richard, of Gunpowder Alley, 42

Woodstock, Anne, daughter of Thomas of, Duke of Gloucester, 309n
-, Thomas of, Duke of Gloucester, 309n

Wood Street, Cheapside, 148n
-, the residence of Sir Lionel Duckett, alderman, in, 37n
-, the Castle Inn, 38

Wood Street Compter, a prisoner in to be removed, 270
-, exactions on the prisoners in, by the keeper, 287
-, suit between John Nicholas, keeper, and John Skevington, 287
-, suit between John Nicholas, William Miller, and Martin Heullin, 287
-, complaint of Mr. Doggett as to the clerkship of the papers of, 287
-, chief clerk to the secondary of, 290
-, clerk sitters of, Thomas Leech, 301n; Henry Whalley, 301n

Woodyard, complaint against an officer of the, 164

Wool, buying and selling of, 520

Woolhouse, Mrs. Walleson, 25

Woolnoth, St. Mary, Sir Thomas Ramsey, alderman, and his two wives buried at, 91n

Worcester, Dr. John Prideaux, Bishop of, 369n
-, John Whitgift, Bishop of, 130n
-, Edward, fourth Earl of, 119, 355, 452n
-, Earl of, the patent for making saltpetre and gunpowder granted to, 218; Richard Fisher appointed his deputy, 220

Workhouse, directions for erecting a, 340

Worsley, Richard, 152n

Wotton, Thomas, second Lord, 170

Woulters, John, 267

Wraye, Lady Ann, 146
-, Sir Christopher, 146n, 313, 314, 370, 426n, 470

Wren, Sir Christopher, 63n, 323n
-, his report as to repairing St. Paul's, 323n

Wright, Edmund, alderman,8
-, Lawrence, 437
-, Lionel, 288, 298
-, Nathan, alderman, 9n
-, Richard, common packer, 288
-, Thomas, 355n
-, William, 499

Wroth, Sir Robert, 382

Wyatt Rebellion, Sir James Croft imprisoned for complicity in, 41n

Wykeham's School, Sir Henry Marten educated at, 406n

Wylkes, Thomas, 266

Wyncall, Mr., recommended for common serjeant, 286

Y.

Yardley, widow, request of concerning a coal meter's place, 286

Yarmouth, Sir George Whitmore, alderman sent prisoner to, 297n
-, transport of herrings from, 397
-, complaint as to the interruption of the sale of a cargo of salt at, 444

Yaxley, Captain, 241

Yelverton, Sir Henry, 101, 161, 290

Yendall, or Yantlett, boundary of the City's jurisdiction on the Thames, 502

Yeoman, John, 155
-, of the waterside, 289
-, of the meat market, 289

Yonge, Sir Peter, 14

York, Capt., 235

York, the Archbishop of, 326
-, Edmund Grindal,153n
-, Dr. Neile, 170n
-, Edwin Sandys, 141n
-, Lord Keeper Williams, 163n
-, James, Duke of, 164n, 204, 442n, 448
-, the Council of Peers at, 198
-, Sir Arthur Ingram, king's secretary at, 462
-, Lord President of, 279n

York House, 46, 159, 161, 184, 559
-, Supply of water for, 559, 561
-, appointed the residence of the Russian ambassador, 560

Young, John, 155
-, Mr., 352, 487

Young, Her Majesty's Freemanson, 140
-, Sir Richard, 4n
-, Thomas, 428

Z.

Zachary, Francis, 441

Zealand, arrival of grain from, 380

Zouch, Edward, Lord, 51n, 161, 183, 338, 463

Zutphen, the battle of, 235n, 241n



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