Index
A - E

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

Year published

1887

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315-343

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'Index: A - E', Middlesex county records: Volume 2: 1603-25 (1887), pp. 315-343. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66011 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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A.B.C.D.E.

A.

Abbington, Katherine, 144

", Richard, esq., 35

", Richard, 68, 144

", see Abington, Abyngton

Abbreviations, Letters of, liii. liv.

Abday, Christopher, 23

", Edward, esq., 237

", see Abdey

Abdey, Christopher, 146

", see Abday

Abduction, 30 (2), 99, 100, 156

", Aiding in a case of, 8

", of wards [100], 176

Abell, Nicholas, 163

Abington, Katherine, 131, 134, 146

", Mary, 115

", Mrs., 23

", Richard, 131, 134, 146

", Thomas, 74, 114, 119

", see Abbington, Abyngton

Abjuration, Recusant refusing to take the oath of, 88, 217

Abusing gentlemen at the Fortune playhouse, 71 (2)

", one's mother-in-law, 45

Abyngton, Mary, 130

", Thomas, esq., 130

", see Abbington, Abington

Acheson, James, 22

Acorns, Gold buttons of the fashion of, 26

Acquittals, Convictions and balance of, xxxix.

Acton, Barnaby, 32

", William, 211, 215

", co. Midd., 70

", Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 103

Acton, Stocks at, 224

Actors to abolish jigs, rhymes and dances after plays, 83

Adam, Ellen (Helen) Damme (Dam) alias, 106, 109, 113, 127, 128

", John, 43

", John Dam (Damme) alias, 78, 106, 109, 113, 127, 128

", see Addam, Addams, Dam, Damme

Adamson, Thomas, 27

", see Addamson

Addam, John, 212

", see Adam, Addams

Addams, John, 12, 16

", see Adam, Addam

Addamson, Thomas, 33

", see Adamson

Addington, Anne, 12, 16

", Paul, 12, 16

Admiral, Lord, Counterfeiting a seal of the office of the, 119

Adultery, 5, 46, 50, 70, 157, 180

"Æsop's Fables" (Books), 109

Affray about a woman's ring, An, 148 (2)

Agates, see Jewellery

Agmondisham, co. Bucks, 31

"Agnus Dei" (a token), An, 190 (2)

Akar, Peter, 168

Akerley, Johanne (Johan), 100, 101

Alderford, Elizabeth, 211

Aldersgate, London [69], 82, 90, 151, 172, 215

", Street, London, 90, 111, 180

Aldgate, co. Midd., 10, 32, 34, 40, 47, 165

", Without, London, 82

Aldreer, Richard, 120

", see Aldreor

Aldreor, Richard, 110

Aldreor, see Aldreer

Aldridge, Joan, 112, 219

Ale and Beer, To answer for brewing, above strength, 96 (2)

" ", Order as to sale of, 149

" Order as to selling, by chandlers, 149

" Scurvigrasse, xlvi. 152

Alehouse, Misdemeanours committed in an, 76

Alehouses, Lismissed from keeping, 33, 76, 141

", Harbour from heinous offences taken in, in Milford Lane, St. Clement Danes, 141

", Keepers of, 171

", unlicensed keepers of common, An order for the prosecution of, 149

", Order for more vigilant prosecutions of unlicensed keepers of common, 149

", in St. Clement Danes, Order touching certain, 140

", in St. Clement Danes, to be suppressed, Certain, 141

", Signs to be taken down, &c., of, 33. 76

Aliens, 10, 74

Alington, Humfrey, 237

", see Allington

Alisburie [Aylesbury], co. Bucks, 173

Alison, Agnes, 7

Allaley, Robert, 1, 53, 54

Allam, Mary, 56

"Allegant," 61

Allegiance, Oath of, Denying the, 153

", " taken, 37 (2), 54, 68 (2), 70, 75,143, 160, 163, 216

", " Refusing to take, 42, 48, 66, 68 (2), 70 (2), 163, 215, 216 (2), 217

Allen alias Pendleborough, Abraham, 181, 182

" David, 100

" alias Floyde, Ellen, 49

" George, 40

" Mary, 155

" William, 107, 110, 114, 120

", see Allyn

Allett, John, 23

Allhallows, Lombard Street, 156

", London, parish of, 184

Allington, Randell, 238

" see Alington

Allyn, John, 136

" see Allen

Almer, John, 87

Almond, William, 223

Alms, Begging for, under false pretences, &c., 143, 160, 164, [176]

Alsoppe, Gamaliel, 173, 174

", Henry, 42, 43

Ambassadors, French, Reviling servants of, 124

", House, French, Assault at the, 124

", " The [French], 123, 124

", " The Spanish, 34

", " The Spanish, Celebrating mass at the, 60, 61

Ambassador of Venice, Stealing from the coach of the, 155, 157

Amcottes, Alexander, 213

[Amersham] Amerston, co. Bucks, 31

Amerston [Amersham], co. Bucks, 31

Amsterdam, 72

Amwell, Map of the new cut from, to Theobalds, 25

Amye, John, 167

Amys, John, 37

Ancker, Susan, 150

Anderson, Margery, 188, 189

Anderton, John, 4

Androwes, Dorothy, 39

Angar, Mary, 21

Angels, see Money

Anketyll, Anthony, 156

Annond (?), Henry Arnett Michael, 106

Annoyances, Commissioners of, 75, 77 (2)

", see Nuisances

Antelope, The, Sign of the, Holborn, 24

Anterbury, Thomas, 131

Apleton, William, 17

Apostle Silver Spoons, see Plate

Apparel, Prices of:
-, Apron, Green, A, 152
-, " Woollen Cloth, A, 59
-, Aprons, 85, 90, 109
-, " Children's, 109
-, Aprons, Holland, 85, 108
-, " Linen, 39
-, " Say, 108, 153
-, Band, laced ruffed, A, 105
-, " Sissers, A, 178
-, Bands, Collars called, 85, 90
-, " ("collaria"), Falling, 67, 105, 108, 119
-, " Falling, Cambric, 32
-, " Head, Cambric, 108
-, " Laced, 65, 108
-, " Linen, 32
-, " Ruff ("collaria rugata"), 85, 90, 109, 119, 147, 153
-, " Ruff, Linen, 35, 65
-, " Women's, 109
-, Biggens, 109
-, Bodices, 40
-, " Stitched, 42
-, Breeches ("femoralia"), 123
-, " Cloth, laced with gold lace, 126
-, " Grograine, 90
-, " Laced satin, 24
-, " Silk rash, 57
-, " Woollen cloth, 41
-, Calles, Calls ("capitalia"), 59, 109
-, Cap, linen, A, 32
-, " wrought, A, 67
-, " wrought with gold and silk, 4
-, Caps, Night, Linen, 25, 131
-, Coif, gold, A, 181
-, " adorned with silk and gold, A, 55
-, " tiffany, A, 149
-, Coifs ("capitalia"), 85, 109, 152 Black work, 149
-, " Linen, 59
-, " Wrought, 90, 165
-, Cloak, Cloth, lined with hair, and clasps of silver, A, 46
-, " lined with velvet, A, 131
-, " lined with unshorned velvet, a, 131
-, " French, A, 108
-, " faced with shag A, 138
-, " silk, A, 36
-, " velvet, A, 162
-, " lined with velvet, A, 151.
-, " velvet, lined with sables, A, 131
-, " woollen, A, 4
-, Cloak, black woollen, lined with plush ("cum holoserico"), A, 162
-, Cloaks, 15, 24, 36, 40, 59, 76, 101, 108, 116, 123, 125 (3), 144. 145
-, ' Cloth, 11, 146
-, " Grogran, 59, 132
-, " " silk, 98, 131, 132
-, " Woollen cloth, 1, 14, 25, 38, 40, 52,94,97,98, 131
-, " lined with velvet, 64, 131
-, Coat, riding, A, 125
-, Coats, 89
-, " Livery, 11, 163 (2)
-, Collar, linen, A, 65
-, " taffeta, A, 32
-, Collars called bands, 85, 90
-, Crest Cloths ("capitalia"), 153
-, Cross Cloths, 85, 109 (2)
-, Crosscloth, ("plagula"), 181
-, " laced, A, 149
-, Cuffs (manicæ), 59, 85, 108, 119, 153
-, " Cambric, 32
-, " Cambric ruff, 32
-, " hand, Linen, 71
-, " Laced, 108
-, " Needlework, 90
-, Doublet, laced with gold lace, A, 126
-, " satin, A, 20
-, " of rich tissue, A, 162
-, Face Cloth ("vestimentum muliebre"), lawn, A, 138
-, Frock, linen, A, 25
-, Garters, 125
-, " Crewel, 35
-, " French, 38
-, " with gold and silver spangle lace, 182
-, " Silk, 48, 67
-, " Silk, with silver fringe, 90
-, Girdle, A, 90
-, " of German work, A, 38
-, " silk, A, 59
-, " velvet, A, 59
-, " wire, A, 182
-, Gloves, 4, 48, 125
-, Gorget, Vestment called a, adorned with silk and gold, 55
-, Gown, ("Horneblew,") coloured, A, 53
-, Gown, A Parapus round, 168
-, " satin, A, 138
-, " satin, laced with silver lace, A, 162
-, " Skirts of a, edged with gold lace, 20
-, " velvet, A, 162
-, " faced with velvet, A, 63
-, " velvet, with squirrel fur, A, 46
-, Gowns ("togæ"), 23, 60, 89, 90, 91, 138, 165
-, " of stripped curl, 40
-, " Lawyers', 183
-, " Velvet, 42
-, " Woollen cloth, 20
-, Habiliment for a Lady's head, 137
-, Handkerchers, Holland, 32
-, Handkerchiefs, 85, 90, 108, 125 (2), 179
-, " Cambric, 182
-, " Fine, 178
-, " Laced, 109
-, Linen, 59, 71
-, Hangers, 97, 116, 125
-, " Leather, 1
-, " Silver, 98
-, Hat, black, A, 40
-, " felt, embroidered with gold, A, 20
-, " with Sipres band, A, 165
-, " taffeta, A, 125
-, " see Hats
-, Hatband, silk band called a "Sipers" [Sipres or Cipress], A, 38
-, " Silver and Gold, A, 182
-, Hatbands ("cinctoria"), 125 (2)
-, " Gold, 65, 126, 181
-, " with gold buttons, &c., 147
-, Hats, 90, 131
-, " Beaver ("galerus castorius"), 42, 131, 138, 178, 180 (2)
-, " Black, faced with velvet, 1
-, " Felt, 55, 67
-, " White, 40
-, " see Hat
-, Head bands, Cambric, 108
-, Hose, Linen, boot, 25, 46
-, " tops, Holland boot, 32
-, Jerkin ("colobium"), A, 171
-, Jerkins, Leather, perfumed, laced with silk lace and lined with satin, 46
-, Jube ("ornamentum muliebre"), Ornament called a, 138
-, Kercher, linen, A, 39
-, Kerchiefs, 85
-, Kirtle, Velvet vestment called a, 55
-, Kirtles ("foramina"), 90, 138, 165
-, Mandillians ("tunicæ"), 171
-, Mantle, velvet, A, 138
-, Mittens, Velvet, &c., 65
-, Neckcloths, 149
-, Night Rayles, ("ornamenta muliebria"), 85
-, Petticoat, camlet, of changeable colour, A, 55
-, " embroidered, An (value £300), 177
-, " satin, laced with silver lace and silver fringe, A, 162
-, Petticoats, 109, 138, 152, 153
-, " Woollen, 7, 39
-, Points, Ribbon, 38
-, " Silk, 41
-, Rayles, Night ("ornamenta muliebria"), 85
-, Ribbon Points, 38
-, " Roses, 182
-, Robe, A, 20
-, " of scarlet, parliament, A, 23
-, Roses, Ribbon, 182
-, " Spangle, 182
-, Ruff bands ("collaria rugata"), 85, 90, 109, 119, 147, 153
-, " Linen, 35, 65
-, " cuffs, Cambric, 32
-, Safeguard, A, 138
-, " sea, A, 129
-, Scarf embroidered with silver, A, 181
-, " silk, embroidered with silver, A, 181
-, Scarves ("vela"), 109, 126
-, " Cyprus, 4
-, Shadow ("umbrale"), A, 149
-, Shirts ("indusia"), 53, 105, 119
-, " Holland, 32, 36 (2)
-, " Linen, 25, 39
-, Shoes, 41, 71, 148, 153
-, " Roses for, 67
-, Shoes, with roses, &c, 97
-, Skirts of a gown, edged with gold lace, 20
-, Smock sleeve, Cambric, edged with bone lace, 182
-, Smocks, 105, 108, 153
-, " Holland, 85
-, " Linen, 71
-, Squares ("capitalia, quadræ"), 85, 90
-, Stockings, 90, 165
-, " Silk, 4, 25, 36 (2), 50, 65, 131, 181
-, " Woollen, 25, 35, 40, 46
-, " Worsted, 1, 25, 41, 42, 48, 50, 53
-, Stomacher, Linen, adorned with silk and gold, 55
-, Tops, Boot-hose, 32
-, Vestments, Women's Linen, wrought with gold and silver, 162
-, Waistcoat, embroidered, An, 138
-, " linen, A, 46
-, " quilted, A, 138
-, " silk, A, 157
-, " silk, lined with silk shag, A, 162
-, " woollen cloth, A, 7
-, Waistcoats ("vestimenta muliebria" and "Togæ Muliebres"), 109, 147, 153, 165
-, " Shag, 85
-, " Wrought, 105

Apparel, prisoner to be furnished with, A, 161

Apprentice, apparel for, Master to find, 47

", Enticing and conveying away an, 32

", Enticing, to marry, 156

", Flogging an, 14

", indentures cancelled, An, 47

", Maltreating an, 47

", Runaway, committed to the House of Correction, 183

Apprentices, Unlawful assembly of, 97 (7)

", Riots on Shrove Tuesday, 50 [86], 96, 97 (6), [151]

", Unruly, to be sent to the House of Correction, xxvi, 130

Apprentices, following vocations without having been, 29 (2), 49, 96 (2)

Apricot Trees, 186

Ap' Robert, William, xlix., 26

Aprons, see Apparel

Arabella [Stewart], The Lady, Assaulting the footman of, 47 (2)

Arden alias Little, Ralph, 157

Argyle, Archibald, earl of, 129

", see Argyll

Argyll, earl of, The, 103

", see Argyle

Arms and Crest, 163

" A great signet ring of gold with, 178

" Seal of, 25

" Gold ring called a seal of, 64

" Silver seal called a seal of, 25

Armyde, Mary, 10

Arnold, Edward (juror), 197, 198

", William, 117

Arowe, Richard, 27, 33

Arrington, Antony, 178

Arrundell, Anne, xlv.

", see Arundel

Arson, 134

Artillery Lane, 179

Arundel, Thomas, earl of, xliv., 101, 135

", co. Sussex, 122

", see Arrundell

Ascue, Henry, 145

", see Askew

Ashbe, William, 13

Ashfeilde, Anne, 16

", see Ashfield

Ashfield, John, 162

", see Ashfeilde

Ashford, Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 104

", Allowance from, to the marshal of Spelthorne Hundred, 78

", Elizabeth, 78

Ashley, Katherine, 10

Ashton, Henry, 141

", see Ashtoun

Ashtoun, Richard, 180

", see Ashton

Askew, Lady Margaret, 127, 128

", Richard, 177

", see Ascue

Aspe, Thomas, 237

Asper, Richard, 132

Assault and Battery by a servant on his master, 224.

Assault upon master and mistress, An, 73 (2)

" with a brickbat, An, 69

" murderous, A, 184

" with the rib-bone of an ox, An, 105

" with stones, An, 56

Assaults, 19, 47 (2), 49, 54, 73, 77, 99, 106 (2), 115 (2), 116, 124, 134, 135, 168, 178 (2), 185, 186

", with daggers, 7 (2)

", with knives, 37, 88

", and Riots, 29. 154, 155

", see Riots

", with swords, 42, 86, 113 (4), 124

Assemblies, Riotous, see Riots, &c.

", Unlawful, xlvii. (2)

Assembly of the Justices held at Finsbury, 230 (3), 231

" " " held at the High Holborn Quest House, 216, 231 (2)

" " " held at Mile End, 230, 231

" " " held at New Brentford, 230 (3), 231

" " " held at the Three Doves, New Brentford, 79, 231

" " " held at the Tower of London, 216, 231

Assessments for building the House of Correction, xxiv.

" see Correction, Ho. of, &c.

Asten alias Berrye, Sara, 63

Astill, Roger, esq., 213

Atclea Alice, 42

Atkins, Robert, 186

", Thomas, 29

", William, 156

", see Atkyns

Atkinson, Christofer, 54

", Katheren, 54

", Richard, 226

Atkyns, William, 156

", see Atkins

Atterbury, Jane, 146

Atterbury, William, 146, 235

Attorney-General, Gilbert Gerrard, esq., 188, 189

Attorney [General], Mr., 56

Auberie, Philip, 19

Audley, John, 18

", see Awdley

Austen, John, 140

", William, 220, 221

Avery, Joan, 235

", Robert, 235

Awdley, Mary, 144

", see Audley

Awnsham, Sir Gedeon knt., 59 (2)

Awnsloe, Mary, 24, 30

[Aylesbury] Alisburie, co. Bucks, 173

Ayleward, John, 32

Ayrey, Guy, 152 (2)

", Jane, 152 (2)

B.

Bacon, 112

", Isaac, 93

", alias Baker alias Mason alias Heminge alias Bacon Tom., Thomas, 92

", Thom., Thomas Mason alias Baker alias Hemminge Thom., alias, 92

", Tom, Thomas Bacon alias Baker alias Mason alias Heminge alias, 92

Badger, Licence withdrawn from a, 228

", Thomas, xlii., 2, 3 (2)

", William, 54

", William, junior, 199

", William, senior, 199

Badges, Silver plate, 163 (2)

Bag embroidered with gold, A, 131

" linnen, A, 28

" musk, A, 40

" see Bags

Baget, Peter, 154

Bags, Canvas, 26, 27

", Leather, 15

", see Bag

Bail, Order for committal without, 56

Bailye, Abraham, 48

", see Baylie, Bayly

Bainbrick, John, 111

Baines, John, 25

Baize covering for coach cushion, 155

" Manchester, 164

Baker, Dorothy, 109

", Frances, li., lii., 57

", John, 48, 115, 135

", Lionell, 210

", Samuel, 181

", Thomas, 136

", alias Hemminge Thom., alias Bacon Thorn., Thomas Mason, alias, 92

", alias Mason alias Heminge alias Bacon Tom., Thomas Bacon alias, 92

Baldwin, Henry, 220, 223

Balgey, Daniel, 32

Balishewe, Peter, 10

Ball, Elizabeth, 100, 127, 128, 132

", Joachim, 120, 127, 128

", John, 100

", Richard, 132

", Richard, junior, 132

Balme, Unica, 98, 99

Balsam, 65

Balshawe, Alice, 28, 33

", Richard, 28, 33

Balstepgrove Bridge, between Edmonton and Enfield, neglect to repair, 238

Banckes, Christian (Christiana), 107, 110, 114

", see Bankes

Bancrofte, Thomas, 186

Bands, see Apparel

Baninge, Susan, 114

", see Banning, Banninge

Bankes, Christiana (Christian), 72, 215

", John, 13

", George Billen alias Hunte, alias Billingsley alias, 99, 100

", see Banckes

Bannester, Henry, esq., 27, 33

Banning, Susan, no

", see Baninge, Banninge

Banninge, Susan, 107

", see Baninge, Banning

Barbar, John, 168

Barber following his trade upon the Sabbath, 139

" Surgeon, Following vocation as, 49

" Surgeons, Wardens and Company of, Abusing the, 184

" William, 4

Barbor, Richard, 49

Bard, Richard, 7

Barge, Master of the king's, 177

Barken, Richard, 106

Barker, John, 48

", Mathew, 161

" Thomas, 164

Barley, Price of, per quarter, 187

Barmawdoes (?), Persons accused of heinous offences taking haibour in place called, Milford Lane, 141

Barnard, Henry, 64, 214

Barn Elms, co. Surrey, 7

Barner, Alice, 64, 214

", John, 64, 214

Barnes, Dorothy, 236

", Henry, 63

", Robert, 159. 164, 165

", Thomas, 148

Barnesley, Elizabeth, 107

Barnet, Friern, see Friern Barnet

Barnett, James, 169 (2)

", John (juror), 197, 198

", Richard, 76

Barnewall, Thomasina, xliii., 87

", William, xliii., 87

", see Barnwell

Barnsbury, Bp. of London's manor of, 186

Barnwell, Thomas, 31

", see Barnewall

Barrett, Philip, 8

Barrys, Elizabeth, 210

Barton, Ann (Anne), 210, 211

", Jane, 153

", Richard, 27, 33

", Robert, 43, 212

Basheford alias Bemford, James, 21

Baskervile, Sir Humfrey, Knt., 64

Bason, A, 112

", pewter, A, 97

Basons, Keepers of brothels to be rung out with belis and, 139, 228

Bassano, Jeronimo, esq., 163

Basse Viol, 67

Bassett, Bridgett, 11

" alias Brooke, Bridgett, 55

Bassome, Wyman, 180 (2)

Bastard, Parish discharged from maintenance of a, 116

", Order for parish to keep a, 49

", Recognizances touching a, 97

Bastards, Sentences for begetting or giving birth to, 14, 92, 116, 153, 157, 158

Bastards, Settlement of, 176

Bateman, Cecilia, 150

", Christabel (Christobell), 107, 110, 114, 127, 128

" Mary, 79, 114

" Thomas, 79, 107, 110, 114 (2), 127, 128

Bates, Margaret, 24, 30, 211, 234

", Thomas, 92

Bateson, Constantine, 156

", Richard, 27, 33

Batford Bridge, Battle Bridge alias, Norwood, co. Midd., Neglect to re-make the common way leading to, 238

Bathon, Lewis, 85

Batte, Elizabeth, 149

", Robert, 52

Batten, Henry, 80

Battle Bridge alias Batford Bridge, Norwood, co. Midd., Neglecting to re-make the common way leading to, 238

Bawdry, An Order that persons accused of, be not let to bail, 177

Bawds and Whores, Notorious,. 7, 47, 72, 171

" ", see Lewd Women, &c.

" ", being let to bail, &c., Order touching, 176

Bawdy Housekeepers to be carted and rung out with bells, basons, &c, 139 [228]

" House, Swaggering and drinking in a, 48, 52 (2)

" ", Woman taken in a, behind a painted cloth, 60

" ", Woman taken in a, with young gentlemen, 63

" Houses and brothels in Turnmill Street, Common and notorious, 48, 177

" " see Brothels, Disorderly Houses

Baxter, Richard, xlvi., 165, 166, 175

", see Blackster, Mr.

Baylie, Edward, 26

", Elizabeth, 236

", George, 198, 199

", Jane, 90

Baylie, John, 73, 236

" Mary, 198, 199 (2), 216

" alias Tipson, Henry, 68

", see Bailye, Bayly

Baylief, Alice, 110

Bayly, John, 49

" see Bailye, Baylie

Baynham, William, 178, 179

Beaker ("poculum"), Pewter, 112

Beakers, Silver, see Plate

Beale, John, 148

Beamont, Elizabeth, 237

Beamont John, 237

Beane, Roger, 176

Beans, Price of, per quarter, 187

Beaton, Roger, 152

Beaver, Anne, liii., 72, 73 (6)

Beckett, Mary, 156

Beckfford alias Beckford alias Bickford Richard, 74

Beckley, James, 61

Bed, Canopy for a, 53

" coach, A, 160

", of crimson velvet, A, 126.

", Velvet valance for a, laid with gold lace, 169

", see Beds

Bedfont, co. Midd., Highway at, 36

" East, co. Midd., 126

", " Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 104

Bedford, co., 31, 145

" Thomas (juror), 197, 198

Bedhouse, Elizabeth, 105

", Roger, 106

Beds of cloth of silver, Tops and valances of, 92

" see Bed

Beer and Ale, Order as to sale of, 149

" ", Selling small, 149

Beer or Ale, Brewing, above strength, 96 (2)

" &c., Dismissed from selling, 33

" Ratsbane mixed with, 9

Beeseley, William, 27, 33

Beeston, Andrea, 128

", Christofer (Christopher), 107, 110, 114, 120, 170, 235

", Christopher Hutchenson alias, 128

", Christopher, Riot and breaking the Dwelling-house, &c., of, 220 (2)

", Jane, 107, no, 114, 120

Beeston, Jane Hutchenson alias, 128

", Robert, 128

Beeswicke, Ambrose, 128

", George, 128

", Mary, 128

", William, 128

", see Besicke, Besseck, Beswicke, Bexwicke

Beggars and Vagrants to be branded with a great Roman R on left shoulder, 139

" Incorrigible vagrants and, 138

Belche, Elizabeth, 12

Belcher, William, 20

Bell, Charles, 156

", to be tolled at certain hours in Ho. of Correction, xxv., 120

", see Bells

Bellamy, Katherine, 191, 192

", Robert, 1

", see Bellamye

Bellamye, Katherine, 196 (2), 197 (2), 198

", Richard, 196 (2), 197, 198

", see Bellamy

Bellinger, Thomas, 141

Bells, 7, 133

", and Basons, Keepers of brothels to be rung out with, 139, 228

", see Bell

Belson, Sir Austin, knt., 21

Belwood, Richard, 40

Bemboe, Leonard, 226

Bemford, James Basheford alias, 21

Benbowe, Clara, 19

Bench Cloth, 97

" Justice of the, 204 (2)

Bendy, Edward, 184

Benford, Edward, 76

Bennet, Giles, 29

Bennett, Elizabeth, 61

", Gabriel, 4

", Jane, 43, 212

", Margery, 155

", Sir Thomas, knt. (Justice of the Peace), 202, 203

", Thomas, 222

Bennynge, Thomas (juror), 197, 198

Benson, Bartholomew, 98, 102

", Robert, 216

Berde, Peter, 75

", see Bird, Birde, Burde

Berington, Richard, 41, 211

Berkswicke, Parish of, co. Stafford, 50

Berry, Agnes, liii.

", Paul, 91

", Sara, 63

", see Berrye

Berrye, Agnes, 219

" alias Wittingeberrye, Agnes 116

", Sara Asten alias, 63

", see Berry

Beryls, 147

Besbeeche, John, 48

Besicke, Ambrose, 107

", George, 107

", Mary, 107

", William, 107

", see Beeswicke, Besseck, Beswicke, Bexwicke

Besseck, William, 215

", see Beeswicke, Besicke, Beswicke, Bexwicke

Best, . . . . 235

Beste, Mary. 210

Bestney, Nicholas, junior, 88, 89

Beswicke, Ambrose, 79, 127, 134

", Ambrosina, 234

", Elizabeth, 144, 146

", George, 114, 127

", Mary, 110, 114, 127

", William, 110, 114 (2), 127 (2), 134. 144, 146

", see Beeswicke, Besicke, Besseck, Bexwicke

Bet, Quarrel about a, 164

Bett, Katherine, 143

Bettes, Henry, Riot and breaking the dwelling-house, &c, of, 221 (2)

", Laurence, 10

Bexwicke, Elizabeth, 237

", William, 237

", see Beeswicke, Besicke, Besseck, Beswicke

Bible, Blasphemous words against the, 163, 227

", with a covering of gold and silver, 162

", History (a book), 109

", with parchment leaves, A, 53

", Protestation by laying hand upon the, 167

Bibles, 94, 132, 163, 167

Bickford Richard Beckfford alias Beckford alias, 74

Biddle, Wm., 225

Bigamy, 27, 44, 149, 150

Biggens see Apparel

Bigges, Christofer, 214

Bignell, Thomas, 94

Bilbye, John, 1

Bilcock, Edward, 185

Bill Grace, 70, 71

" hand, A, 169 (2)

Billin alias Billingsley James, 99, 100

" alias Holman alias Smythe Thomas, 99, 100

" alias Hunte alias Billingsley alias Bankes, George, 99, 100

Billingsgate, 73

Billingsley alias Bankes, George Britten alias Hunte alias, 99, l00

" James Billin alias, 99, 100

Billington, Thomas, 22

Bills, True, Summaries of the, xxxv.

" ", " from 3 Edw. VI. to the end of James I.'s Reign, 239–244

" ", " Results of the, xxxvii.

Binckes, Nathaniel, 168, 169

Bingham, Elizabeth, 15

" Frauncis, 15

Birche, Robert, 3

" Susan, 3

", see Burch, Burche

Birchin Lane, London, 29

Bird, Mary, 24

" Thomas, 72

", see Berde, Birde, Burde

Birde, Mary, 30

" Thomas, 67, 215

", see Berde, Birde, Burde

Birke, Margaret, 27

Birkeley, William, esq., 28

Bishopgate, 12, 34, 37, 48. 58, 61, 77, 122, 137, 177, 213 (2)

" Street, London, 118

Bitterman, Andrew, 58

Black, John, 128

", Magdalen, 127, 128

" see Blacke, Blage, Blague, Blake

", Bull, The, St. Martin's-in-theFields, Sign of the, 61

Blackborne, Alice, 28, 33

Blacke, John, 10, 114, 127

", Magdalen, 114

" see Black, Blage, Blague, Blake

Blackman, Henry, 46, 111, 112

Blackster, Mr., 175

Blackster, see Baxter

Blackwall, 126

", alias Poplar, co. Midd., 126

Blackwaye, John, 25

Blage, John, 237

", Maudline, 237

", see Black, Blacke, Blague, Blake

Blague, John, 114, 134, 146

", Magdalen, 134, 146

" see Black, Blacke, Blage, Blake

Blags, William, 86

Blake, John, 21, 109, 234

", Magdalen (Maudline), 21, 109, 234

", see Black, Blacke, Blage, Blague

Blanket, Stealing a, 186

Blankets, 53, 57

Blany, John, 167

" see Blayney

Blasphemer sent to the bp. of London, A, 227

Blasphemy, 163, 227

Blatte, Jocosa, 35

Blayney, Sir Edward, knt., 160

" see Blany

Bleake, Henry, 222

Bleetes alias Bootes, Thomas Smye alias, 97

Blisse, Margaret, 160

Blomson, John (juror), 63

Blond, Thomas, 19

Bloomsbury Fields, Close called, 4

" ", Throwing dung and filth into, 4

" within St. Giles's-in-theFields, 166

Blowen, Thomas, 46

" Blumsberrie Fields," see Bloomsbury

Blumston, Margaret, 21

", Nicholas, 21

Blunte, Christopher, 122

Bodices, see Apparel

Bodkins Silver, 149, 178

Bodley, Sir Thomas, knt., 15

Bohemia, Prisoners respited for service in, 226, 227

", A prisoner reprieved for service in, returning without licence, 227

Boldinge, Elizabeth, 110

" see Boulding

Bolt, Elizabeth, 127, 134

", see Boult

Bolton, Elizabeth, 146

Bolton, see Boulton

Bond . . . . co. Lincoln, 22

Bonde, Thomas, 217

", alias Whitehead, Thomas, 97

Bonds, 25

Bone comb, A, 59

" lace, 90, 182, 217

Bonfoy, Samuell, 228

Bonnell, Hugh (juror), 197, 198

Bons, Mathew, 151

Books, 53, 65, 67, 68, 94, 109, 111, 117, 132, 133, 143, 162, 167

" called or entitled—
-, Æsop's Fables, 109
-, Bible with covering of gold and silver, 162
-, " History, 109
-, " with parchment leaves, A, 53
-, Bibles, 94, 132, 167
-, Castilians Dialogues, 109
-, Common Prayer, 133
-, Delights with Closet, 109
-, Dictionary, A, 68
-, Grammars, 109
-, History Bible, 109
-, Learn to Live, To, 109
-, Mass Books, 143
-, Orlando, 67
-, Practise of Piety, 109
-, Song Books, 117
-, Sutten on the Sacrament, 109
-, Virgils, 109
-, temp. James I., xv.

Booreman, John, 10

" see Boreman

Bootes, Thomas Smye alias Bleetes alias, 97

Boot Hose, see Apparel

" ", Tops, see Apparel

"Booth of Bad People" in St. James's Fair, 76

Boothe, Robert, esq., 24, 25

", Thomas, 52

Bordman, Richard, 144, 145

Boreman, John, 128

" see Booreman

Borne, Gilbert, 71.(2)

" John, 50

" see Bourne

Bosgrave, Nicholas, 68, 79, 80

Bosse, Richard, 115

" see Boyse

Boston, Helen, 31

" Robert, 30

Boswell, Josias, 73

" Thomas, 57, 58

Bottles of silver, see Plate

Boulding, Elizabeth, 120

" see Boldinge

Boult, Elizabeth, 128

" see Bolt

Boulton, Edward, 72

", John, 173, 174

" see Bolton

Bourne alias Vaughan, Charles, 162

" see Borne

Bowes, Sir Jerom, knt., 25, 26 (2)

" Robert, 113 (4)

Bow Lane, St. Aldermary, London, 173

Bowles, Lady Elizabeth, 79

" Francis, 172

Bowling Alley, Charterhouse Lane, 88

" Common place of, at Clerkenwell, 41

Bowls, Playing at, 40 (3), 164

" Silver, see Plate

Bowman, John, 157, 158

Bowyer, Henry, 89

", Robert, 62

Box, Sugar, Silver, see Plate

Boxes, Stealing, 185

Boydon, Alice, 234

", Philip, 234

Boyse, Richard, 19

" see Bosse

Bracelets, see Jewellery

Brackett, Sara, 110

" see Brockett

Bradford, Joseph, 185

Bradley, Alice, liii., 8 (4)

" John, 48

" May, 28, 33

" Richard. 61, 88, 89, 163, 227

Bradshawe, Francis, 235

", John, 154, 168

" John (juror), 197, 198

" Roger, 52

Bradson, John, 45

Brak, Henry, 32

Bramstone, John, 99

Branch, Anne, liii.

" Thomas, 156

" see Branche

Branche, Anne, 112 (3)

" Emma, 219

" Thomas, 112

", see Branch

Brand, Roger, 62

Brand, Tyburn (mentioning the letter T), 2, 28, 45, 53, 66, 74 (2)

Branded, Persons, 4, 79, 80, 88, 91, 98, 109, 113, 116, 117, 119, 122, 123, 126, 129, 136, 147, 150, 151, 159, 161, 170, 175, 177, 178, 179 (2), 184, 186 (3)

" " with the letter R, Rogue, 101

" " on the left shoulder with the letter R, Incorrigible rogues, 140 (2)

" " on the left shoulder with the letter R, Vagrants, 150, 305

" " on the left shoulder with a great Roman R, Vagrants to be, 139

Branding, On reprieves before, xxxiv.

" with the Letter T, On, xxxiii.; xxxv.

Branham, Thomas, 112

Brass Candlesticks, 61, 112

" lanthorn, A, 61

" Stealing, 67

Bratt, John, 32

Bray, Millicent, 105

Braye, William, 23

Braynes, John, xlvii. (2), xlviii., xlix.

Braynt Bridge, within the Parish of Hendon, Neglect to repair, 236

Braytoft, Richard (juror), 63

Bread, Assay of, 44

" not made with Rye, 44

" Street, London, 39

Brekerke, James, 12, 16

Breeches, see Apparel

Brekett, John, 82

Brentford, co. Midd., 90, 130, 235

" A servant to be flogged on two Market Days at, 224

", New, co. Midd., 4, 17, 79, 82, 84, 127, 144, 146

" " Assembly of Justices held at the Three Doves, 79, [230 (3)], 231

" " Assembly of Justices held at, 230 (3)

Brentford, New, Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 104

" " High Constable of, 79

" West, 237

" " Neglect to repair a bridge at, 237

Brett, Sir John, 36

" John (Justice of the Peace), 5

" Lady Anne [74], 130, 234

" Lady, 74

" Thomas, 72, 98

Brewer, Tobias, 31

Brewers, Violating the rights of, 96 (2)

Brewyn, Ralph, 71

Brian, Alice, 120

" Edward, 65

" Robert, 120

Brickbat, Assault with a, 69

Brickland, Jane, 9

Bricknell, . . . . 238

Bridewell, London, 24 105

" A sentence to perpetual Labour in, 217

" Hospital, Inquiry touching claim and title of City of London to, 102

" Prison, 33

" Whippings at, 54, 167, 217

" Whipping from Newgate to, 105

Bridge, Balstepgrove, between Edmonton and Enfield, Neglect to repair, 238

" Brunstreete, Hendon, Neglect to repair, 237

", at West Brentford, Neglect to repair a, 237

" leading from Dallys to Finchley, Neglect to repair, 236

" High, West Drayton, Order for repair of, 126

" ", in the Parish of West Drayton, Neglect to repair, 126

" ", West Drayton, Timber found for repairing the, 126

" Finchley, Neglect to repair, 238

", at Hendon, Neglect to repair a, 237

" A common, in the Parish of Isleworth, Neglect to repair, 236

Bridge, at Longford, Neglect to repair a public, 237

", see Bridges

Bridges, Avice, 114

" Thomas, esq., 8

" Thomas. 62

" two, leading from Edgware towards London, Neglect to repair, 236

" Neglecting to repair, 126, 236 (2). 237 (4)

" see Bridge

Bridgwater, The earl of, 184

Bridles, 70, 125

Bright, Mr., 76

Briscoe, Phillip, 83

" Ralph, 83

Brisse, Edward, 127

Bristow, Robert, 17

" see Bristowe

Bristowe, Henry, 17, 211

" Margaret, 17

" see Bristow

Britain, Little, 42

Britteyne, Mr., 46

" see Bryttan

Britton, Henry, 212

Brockas, William, 77

Brockett, Sara, 120

" see Brackett

Brockholes, John, 28, 34

" Thomas, esq., 27, 28, 33, 34

Brome, Sir Christopher, knt., 190 (2)

" Elinor, 190 (2), 191

" John, 50

" Katherine, 50

" see Broome

Bromeley, Sir Edward, knt., Baron of the Exchequer, 206, 207

Bromfeild, John, 161

Bromley, William, 75

" Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 103

Brooke, Sir Basil, 129

" Bridget Bassett alias, 55

" Erasmus, 170

" Richard, 27

" Walter, 41, 211

" William, 185

Brookes, George, Lieutenant, 143

" Valentine, 111

Brookesley, Bartholomew, 20

Broom Staff, A, 56

Broome, Richard, 118

" see Brome

Brothel, A, 63

" Keeper, A, to ride in a cart, with basons, &c. through (places given), [139], 228

", " not to live within five miles of London, 228

", " to find sureties for good behaviour, 88

" Keepers of a common, 87

", " to be whipped at cart's tail, xliii., 88

Brothels, Bawdy Houses, Common and notorious, in Turnmill Street, 48, 177

" swaggering, fighting, quarrelling, &c.,in, 52(2)

" Keepers of, 155

" " to be carted without hats &c. and rung out with bells and basons, 139, [228]

" " and inmates of, xliii.

" " Order touching, being let to bail &c., 176

" see Bawdy Houses, Disorderly Houses

Brough, Francis, 177

Broughton, Edward, 214

" Katherine, 237

Browne, Alice, 10

" Amis, 122, 135

" Edward, 214

" Lady Elizabeth, 115, 120

" George, 215

" Henry, 117

" Jane, 127

" John, 68, 117, 119, 234

" Katherine, 32

" Richard, 38, 158

" Robert, 127 (2)

" William, 28, 34

Brownericke, William, 21

Browneswell to Whetstone, Defect of highway from, 49

Browninge, Valentine, 154

Brownist, Indictment of an obstinate, 235

Brownists (Religious Sect), xli., 71

" banished from the realm, 72

Brownloe, Thomas, 234

Brownwen, Richard, 26

Bruckland, Morris, 212

Brudenell, Katherine, 213

" Lucy, 211

" alias Brudnell, Thomas, esq., 27, [69], 71

" see Brudnell

Brudnell, John, 214

" Thomas, esq., 215

" Thomas Brudenell alias, esq., 27. 69, [71]

" see Brudenell

Brunstreete Bridge, Hendon, Neglect to repair, 237

Bryttan, William, 8

" see Britteyne

Bubbe, John, 123

Bucher's Field, Close called, in the Parish of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 29

Buckby, Barbara, 142

Bucke, Henry, 113

" John, 34

Buckhurste, Thomas, lord, 188, 189

Buckingham, George, marquis of, 151, 160

" lord of, Denouncing the, 167

" William, 90

Buckle, Thomas, 184

Bucks, co., 31 (2), 173, 183

Bugges, Sir Anthony, knt., 152

" Frances, Lady, xlvi., 152

Bughill, John, 236

Bugle, purse of glass, A, 182

Building contrary to proclamation, 29, 31, 125

" contrary to the statutes of 31 Eliz., 15 (3), 32 (5), 102

Buildings contrary to proclamation not to be erected, 125, 126

Bull, John, 36

" Stealing a, 226

Bullet, leaden, A, 162

Bulleyn, John, 164

Bullock, John, 211

Bundell, Elizabeth, 115

Bunhill, Cutting a leaden water conduit near, 105

Bunhill, The stocks near, 105

Burbage, Cuthbert, 108

", " (juror), 63

" James, xlvii. (2), xlviii., xlix.

" Richard, 108, 109

" Robert, 158

" see Burbege

Burbege, Robert, 5

" see Burbage

Burch, Ambrose, 101

" see Birche, Burche

Burche, Ambrose, 110

" see Birche, Burch

Burde, Thomas, 216

" see Berde, Bird, Birde

Burgoyne, John, 50

Burglaries, Noted, xliv.

Burglary, 1, 4, 20, 30, 32, 36,46, 59 (2), 60, 66, 67 (3), 82,89, 92 (2), 95, 96, 98, 100, 101, 109, 112, 117, 121, 132, 135, 144, 145, 162, 165, 168 (2), 173, 178, 184

" Acquittals of, 1, 14, 23, 60, 67, 85 (2), 86, 92, 94, 101, 109, 111, 112, 122, 133, 178, 179

" Evidence to be given in a case of, 124

" A bill of indictment of, 2

Burnam, Elizabeth, 138

Burrell, William, 3

Burros, Hugh, 128, 129

Burrowes, Dorothy, 156

Bursen, John Radney alias, 38

Burton, Sampson, 75

" Thomas (juror), 63

Bushe, Joan, 225

" Richard, 99

Bushell, John, 40

Bushie, Sir Edmond, knt., 52

Butcher, John, 37

Butchers offering meat for sale on the Sabbath, 94, 95, 107, 172

" trading on the Lord's Day, An Order touching, 107, 172

" of Saffron Hill, Petition against the, 171, 172

Butler, Edward, 137

" Sir John, knt., 116

" Rosa, 150

Butten (Rutten) alias Tyse, Mathias (Mathew), 32, 40

Butterfield, Henry, lii., 80

Butterworth, John, 94

Buttons, Gold, see Jewellery

" Silver and silk, 92, see Jewellery

Buxton, Benjamin, 156

Buying old iron, Crying and, 86 (2)

Byddle, William, 133 (2)

Byleth, Richard, 159

Byrom, Sir John, knt., 179, 180

C.

Cabell, Thomas, 216

" see Cable

Cabinet ("cistula,") A, 65

Cable, Elizabeth, 227

" William, 227

" see Cabell

Cademan, Thomas, 67 (2)

Cadwick, Arthur, 78

" Henry, 78

Cage for Charterhouse Lane, A, 75

" for Cow Cross, A, 75

" of Kensington, Breaking the, 94

" " Helping a woman to escape from the, 94

" for St. John's Street, A, 75

" at St. Michael's, Bassishawe, 51

Cages, &c, Order for, to be set up [places named], 75

Caine, Walter, 184

Calais, 164

[Calne] Cawne, Parish of, co. Wilts, Carriers of, 159

Cambell, Sir Thomas, knt., Lord Mayor of the City of London, 206, 207

Cambric, 153

" Fine, 182

Cambridge, co., 167

" Carriers, 167

" Ellen (Ellinor), 106, 114

Camen, Lahern, 163

Can, Silver, see Plate

Candelabra, see Candlesticks, Plate

Candeler, Richard, esq. (Justice of the Peace), 197, 198

Candlestick, pewter, A, 61

Candlesticks, Brass, 61, 112

" Silver, see Plate

Canninge Street, London, 23 (2)

Cannon, George, 53. 54

Cannon, Giles, 87

" Robert, 68

" Thomazina (Thomasina), 6, 72

Canterbury, Richard [Bancroft], Archbishop of, 11, 60

" archbishop of, Pretending to be a messenger of the, 166

" lord of, Counterfeiting the hand of the, 235

Cantrell, Henry, 63

" Ralph, 123

Canwell, John, 178

" Margaret, 178

Capell, Anne, 106

"Capitalia," see Apparel, Calls, Crest Cloths, Squares, Coifs

Capons, 38

Caprige, Thomas, 8

Caps, see Apparel

Card and my Card, Thy, Game at cards called, 148

" Sharpers, 140, 148, 155

Cards, Cheating at, 140, 148

" Game at, called "Thy Card and my Card," 148

Care, Alice, 43, 212

Carew, George, lord, 109

" see Carewe, Carrowe

Carewe, Sir George, knt., 77

" see Carew, Carrowe

Carey, Sir Edmund, xliii.

" see Carye

"Carkanell," "Carkenett" [Carcanet], see Jewellery

Carowne, Sir Nowell, knt., 32

Carpenter, William, 179

" to be sent to Virginia, A convicted, 224

Carpet, Darinxe, A, 108

" of Tapestry, 53

" Turkey, A, 132

Carpets, 53, 63, 94, 97, 119, 132

" ("Tapetes"), Stamenell, 23

" Woollen, 67, 94, 117

Carrell, Edward, 2

" Sir John, knt., 17

" Sir John, junior, knt., 17

Carriage Tires, 13

" Wheels, 13

Carriages, Coaches, Making of, 13

" upon the highways, Order touching teams drawing, 173

Carriers, 159 (8), 167, 173 (3)

" Proclamation against, 167, 173 (3)

Carrowe, Richard, 6

", see Carew, Carewe

Carrycke, Richard, 144, 145

Carted, &c, Keepers of brothels to be, and rung out with bells and basons, 139

Carter, Alice, 180

", alias Church, Anthony, 180

" James, 32

" John, 65

" Richard, 222

" Sara, 137

" William, 129

" Lane, London, 179

Carting dung, 169

Carts, Unlawfully drawn by more than five horses in, 159, 167, 173

" see Waggons

" Loading (Nuisance), 93

Cart's Tail, Brothel Keepers whipped at, xliii.

" " Whipping at, 26 (3), 76, 88, 92, 155, 158

" " Whipping at, for carrying away conduit pipes, 142, 155

" " Rioters whipped at, 26 (3)

" " A rogue whipped at, 155

Carye, Sir Edmund, knt., 4

" see Carey

Caryer, John, 173

Cash, alias Hutchinson, Katherine, 107

Cashe alias Hutchenson, Katherine, 110

" alias Hutchinson, Catherine, 114

" alias Nurse alias Hutchinson, Katherine, 120

Castell, Walter, 147

"Castilians Dialogues" (a Book), 109

Casting Bottle, see Plate

Castle, Frances, 75

" John, 75, 113

" The, St. John's Street, xxiii., 49, 62, 197, 198

" The, St. John's Street, Sessions of Oyer and Terminer held at, 36, 38, 58 (2), 202, 203 (2), 204, 206 (2)

" The, St. John's Street, Special Sessions of Oyer and Terminer held at, 63, 194, 210, 212, 214

Castle, The, St. John's Street, Sessions of the Peace held at the, 5, 6, 9, 34, 39, 82, 193, 230 (4), 231 (2)

" The, St. John's Street, Last Sessions of the Peace held at, xxiii., 82

" The, near Smithfield Bars, Sessions of the Peace held at the, 5,6,9

" The, St. John's Street, Sign of the, 81

Castleton, John, 136

Castyne, John, 215

Catesbye, Edward, 124

" see Cattesbye

"Catharum," see Plate, Can, Barrel

Cattesbye, Robert, esq., 15

" see Catesbye

Cauffeild, Andrew, 125

Cave, Jane, 210

" Thomas, 210

Cawdell, Anne, 43, 211

Cawdewell, Edward, 165

Cawne, Jane, 211

" John, 211

", [Calne], Parish of, co. Wilts, Carriers of, 159

Cecill, Sir Edward, knt., 141

" see Cecyll

Cecyll, Sir Edward, knt., 141

" see Cecill

Certificate, Forged, 143

Cesar, Thomas, esq., 1

Chafie, Francis, 123 (2)

Chains, Gold, &c, see Jewellery

Chair cushion, A, 42

Chairs, Needlework covers for, 100

Chamber-Pots, Pewter, 112, 183

Chamberlaine, John, 214

Chambers, Wm., Doctor, the king's (James I.), physician, 134, 135

" William, 148

Champant, John 8

Champernowne, Sir Richard, 8

Champney, William, 78, 106, 109, 113, 215

Chancellor, The lord, 49

" The late lord, Counterfeiting the hand of, 235

Chancery Lane, co. Midd., 1, 63, 66, 134, 144, 159, 177, 237, 238

Chancery Lane and High Holborn, Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 103

" " Indictment for suffering great store of timber to be laid in, 234

Chancery, The, 36

Chandlers selling beer and ale, Order as to, 149

Chaney, Richard, 177, 238

Channell, The, near Charing Cross, Judges, &c, turned into the (nuisance), 93

Channet, Christopher, 35

Channon Row, Westminster, 146

Chansey, Thomas Gyles alias, 12

", see Chauncey

Chaplyn, Edward, 56

Chapman, Anthony, xlii., 2, 3 (2)

", John, xlix., 23 (2), 26, 219

", Robert, 100

", Thomas, 166

", William, 166

Chapmen, Petty, 12, 46

Chappell, Dorothy, 101

", Marmaduke, 133

Charger, Silver, see Plate

Charing Cross, 26 (2), 95

" ", Street near, 93

Charles, Prince, 123, [124]

(") Court, The Prince's, 181

" Prince, see Wales, Charles, Prince of

Charneley, Anne, 28, 33

", Hugh, 28, 33

", Jane, 28, 33

Charnocke, William, 34

Charterhouse, The, co. Midd., 91

", " lord ambassador's [French] house in, 124

", Lane, co. Midd., 55, 88, 94, 105, 107, 111 (2), 121, 130, 133, 140, 225

", " Cage for, 75

", " Inhabitants of, 75

", " Stocks for, 75

", Yard, Parish of St. Sepulchre's, London, 133

Chase in the Parish of Enfield. Shooting in the king's (James I.), 62

Chattels, Probate of, by inquisition, 170

Chauncey, Thomas, 22

", see Chansey

Cheapside, Conduit, 142

", Pillory, 60

", Stocks, 87

Cheating at cards, 140, 148

" and Cosening, 74, 152, 166, 177

Cheesewicke, see Chiswick

Chelsea, co. Midd., 30, 31 (2), 67, 132, 141 (4), 215

", Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 103

Cheney, Sir Oliver, knt., 78

Cherry Trees, May, 186

Cherrye, Edward, 29

Chest, Iron, 179

Chester, John, 10

Chibborne, Charles, Serjeant-at-Law, 138

Chick Lane, co. Midd., 107, 114, 127

Child, maintenance of a, Order for, 93

", Whipping at Cart's Tail for stealing a, 76

Children, Maintenance of, 77, 97

Chilister, James, 154

Chiltern, Robert, 97

Chippinge Barnett, co. Hertford, 83

Chiswell Street, co. Midd, 147

Chiswick, co. Midd., 93, 99, 111, 186

", Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 103

Cholmeley, Richard, 20, 21

Chonninge, Elizabeth, 150

Church, Anthony Carter alias, 180

", Joseph, 163

", Katherine, 180

", Not repairing to, 137, 161 (2)

", Street, Hackney, 158

Churche, . . . .,85

Churches, Counterfeit letters patents to beg in, 55

"Cinctorium," see Apparel, Hatband

Circillier, Priscella, 110

", Thomas, 110

Ciroint, Anne, 234

"Cistæ," see Desk

"Cistulæ," see Cabinet

Civet Box, Silver, 181

Claiton, William, 47

Clapham, John, 119

Clapham, John Peratt alias, 135

", William, 144, 145, 173, 174

Clare, . . . ., 146

Clarke, Anne, 114

", Frances, 107

", Francis, 114

", Godfrey, 63

", Isabel, 180

", John, 11, 133(2), 154, 180

", Margaret, Lady, 127

", Sibbell, 39

", Simon, 120

", Sir William, knt., 107

", William, 106, 171

", alias Corner, William, 151

", see Clerke

Clase, Henry, 155

Clasps, Silver, 46

Clavering, co. Essex, 46

Clay, Robert, 162

", see Claye

Claye, Henry, 19

", see Clay

Cleaver, A, 133

Cleere (or Cleeve), Lady, 56

", Mary, 107

" see Sincleare, St. Cleare, St. Cleere

Clemens, James, 98

Clergy, Benefit of, 2 (2), 4, 15, 28, 45, 53, 66, 74 (2), 79, 80, 88, 91, 98, 109, 113, 116, 117, 119, 122, 123, 126, 129, 136, 147, 150, 151, 157, 159, 161, 170, 171, 175, 177, 178, 179 (2), 184, 186 (2), 226 (2)

", " Deferred, 150

", " On felons pleading for, xxxiii.

", " Percentage of felons who escaped punishment through, temp. Edw. VI. to James I., xxxviii., xxxix.

", " for goods brought into the Co. of Midd., 94

", " Ineffectual pleadings for, 7, 21, 68, 91, 93, 95, 119, 122, 132, 136, 160, 165, 182

Clergy, Benefit of, Record of a woman pleading for, xxxiii., 313

", " refused, 91, 160

", " Results touching, xxxviii.

Clerke, John, xxxi.

", see Clarke

Clerkenwell, co. Midd., 6 (2), 10, 13, 14, 16, 19 (2), 23, 24 (2), 28 (2), 30, 33 (2), 34, 39, 44, 48 (2), 49, 50, 52, 61, 62 (2), 63(2), 69,70,71, 72 (2), 73 (2), 74, 80 (2), 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 98, 100, 102, 105, 107, 110, 114, 117, 119, 120, 121, 124, 127, 128, 130, 131, 134, 137. 140, 142, 144, 146, 148, 149, 150 (2), 152, 153, 156, 160, 165 (2), 175, 176, 198, 199, 205 (2), 210, 211, 212, 213 (4), 214, 215 (2), 216, 223, 236, 237

", Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 103

", Grape Field, Place called, 41

", Indictment for removing a stone into, 235

", Officers and the watch of, 33, 111

", Order for the government of the House of Correction erected at, 117

", Parish of, 152, 170

", Red Bull, Order touching the highways near the, 170

", St. James's, see St. James's, Clerkenwell

", St. John's Street in the Parish of, 25

", House of Correction, John Stoyte, master and governor of the, 118

Cleyland, Alexander, 26

Clifford's Inn, 111

Clifton, Jervase, 34

", John, 34

", William, 34

", see Clyfton

Clipping and Filing Coins, 57

Clissals, Joseph, 164

Clitherow, Dorothy, 237

", John, 237

Cloak from a booth, Taking a, 76

Cloaks, see Apparel

"Clooke," Curtayne, A, 82

Close, Henry, 142

Closett," "Delights with, (Books), 109

Cloth Bench, A, 97

" Broad, 121, 122

" cushion, A, 138

" face, A, see Apparel

" Flaxen, 90, 119

" Foot, Velvet, 23

" Green, 126

" Whole piece of (30 yards), 78

[" Woollen called], Penniston, 41

" velvet pulpit, A, 94

" saddle, A, 91

" Searchers of, 45

" to be shrunk before measurement, Order for, 45

" of silver, Beds of, Tops and valances of, 92

" starching, A, 109

" Tiffany, 90

" of tissue, 42

Cloths, Dusting, 25

", Horse, 25

", Table, 52, 53, 89, 113

Clothworkers, Cloth in custody of, to be measured when shrunk, 45

Clowley, Thomas, 213

Clubs (weapons), 26, 57

Clyfton, John, 28

", see Clifton

Clythrop, John, 146

Coach bed, A, 160

" Building, &c., Obstruction of highway by, 13

" covering, Linen, 155

" curtains, 155, 157, 160, 165

" cushions, 51, 155

" cushion, Baize covering for, 155

" Prince [Charles's], Gold fringe stolen from, 124

" Venetian ambassador's, Theft from the [155], 157

" tires, 13

" wheels, 13

Coaches, 51, 124, 137, 157

", Carriages, Building, 13

", Clowting of, 13

Coale, Alice, 237

", Anne, 237

Coale, Jane, 237

", Robert, 113

", Thomas, 237

", see Cole

Coats, see Apparel

Cobb, Mary, 106

", William, 107

", see Cobbe

Cobbe, Mary, 72, 110, 127, 128

", William, 72, 110, 127, 128

", see Cobb

Cobham, George, 22, 23

Coble, John, 165

Cock, Lane, in Sepulchre's Parish, London, 156

", Pit, The, Drury Lane, 125

", Silver ewer in form of a, 92

", William, 99

Cockeyne, Margaret, 39

"Coddes," ("testiculi,") The, 98

Coe, Elizabeth, 127, 134, 144, 146

", Ellen, 107

", Hellen, 79

", John, 79, 107, 114, 127 (2), 128, 134, 144, 146, 148, 237

", Margaret, 114, 127, 128

", see Cooe

Cogges, John, 133

Cogging, Helen, 237

", John, 237

", see Coggyn

Coggyn, John, 86

", see Cogging

Cognisbye, Sir Richard, knt., 68

", see Conyngesby, Conyngsby, Conysbye

Coifs, see Apparel

Coin, Current, of England and Scotland, 13

", Suspicion of venting counterfeit, 165

", see Coins, Money, &c.

Coined gold and silver, see Money

Coining, 13, 62, 170, 206

", French money, Suspicion of, 165

", and Uttering, 170

Coins, Clipping and filing, 57

", Counterfeiting, Bespeaking an engine for, 123 (2)

", see Coin

Coke, Sir Edward, knt., 6, 7, 169

", Elizabeth, Lady, 169

", Elizabeth, 21

Coke, George, 24, 25

", Henry, 19

", Richard, 167

", Thomas, 13, 14

", William, 12, 16

", see Cooke

Colbrone, Sir John, knt., 186

Coldridge, James, 237

", Mary, 237

Cole, Agnes, 127, 146, 216

", Alice, 127, 130, 146

", Anne, 130

", Jane, 127, 130, 146, 216

", John, 214 (2)

", George, 105

", Lucy, xlvi., 9

", Robert, 21, 127

", Susan, 21

", Thomas, 127, 130, 146

", William, junior, 74

", see Coale

Coleman, Arthur, 55

", Edward, 179, 180

", John, 12, 16

", Thomas, 73

Coles, John, 48

", William, 18

Collar of gold, &c., see Jewellery

"Collaria," see Apparel, Bands

"Collaria Rugata," see Apparel, Ruff, Bands

Collars, see Apparel

Collett, Ralph, 26

Collins, Francis, 154

", Robert, 85

", Thomas, 185

", see Collyn

"Collobium," see Apparel, Jerkin

Collyer, Ralph (catholic priest), 191 (2)

Collyn, John, 121

", Nicholas, esq. (justice of the peace), 206, 207, 208, 209

", see Collins

Collyson, Anne, 46

", John, 46

Comb, bone, A, 59

", curry, A, 25

", mane, A, 25

", wooden, A, 48

Commission Court, High, Pretending to be a messenger of the, 166

Commissioners of annoyances, 75, 77(2)

Common Pleas, Sir Thomas Fleming, chief justice of the, 204 (2), 206, 207

" ", Chief Justice of the, Sessions held before the, 63, 188, 189

" ", justice of the, A, 206, 207

Common Prayer, Book of, 133

Compounding without licence, 224

Conduit, Cheapside, The, 142

", Pipe, Unlawfully carrying away a leaden, 142

", Pipes, Hyde Park, Digging up, cutting and carrying away leaden, 155

", " Cutting water leaden, 105, 155

", " Whipping at cart's tail for carrying away, 142, 155

Conies, Taking and killing, 176

Connar (Sonnar), Lisach Occonnar alias Thomas, esq. [28], 33

Connawaye, John, 211

", Robert, 121

", see Connowaie, Connoway, Connowaye, Conowaye

Connor, see Occonnar, Sonnar

Connowaie, Lena, 6

", see Connawaye, Connoway, Connowaye, Conowaye

Connoway, Alice, 170

", see Connawaye, Connowaie, Connowaye, Conowaye

Connowaye, John, 212

", see Connawaye, Connowaie, Connoway, Conowaye

Conowaye, John, 43

", The lord, . . . ., 234

", see Connawaye, Connowaie, Connoway, Connowaye

Constable, Arnold, 117

", Elizabeth, 137

", of Hackneyrefusingto execute a warrant, The, 157

", neglecting his duty during the plague, A, 41

", committed for permitting a prisoner to escape, A, 36

", Charge made by, of aiding rioters, 50

", fined for permitting rogues to escape, a, 139 (2)

Constables, Abusing, in the execution of their office, 48, 133

", to suppress certain alehouses in St. Clement's, Order for, 141

", &c., to apprehend butchers selling flesh on the Sabbath, [107], 172

", Neglect of duty of, 41

", Order to, not to suffer flesh, victuals, &c., to be sold on the Sabbath Day, 107

", to repress football in lanes, &c., adjoining the City of London, 107

", Ill-treating, 52, 178

", Arrest by, of suspicious passengers crossing the Thames, 6

", Refusing to aid, in apprehending rogues, 52

", &c., to cause scolds to be "kuckt" alias ducked, [110], 121

", begging soldier drawing his sword upon, A, 164

", to report knights and gentlemen refusing to keep watch, 93

", in their watch, 6

", see Officers

Contempt, Order for committal for, 75

Conventicles, 66

Convictions and Acquittals, Balance of, xxxix.

Conwaye, Lady Ann [Anne], 67, 215,

", see Conwey

Conwey, George, 48

", see Conwaye

Conyngesby, Henry, [82], 83

", see Cognisbye, Conyngsby, Conysbye

Conyngsby, Henry, 82, 83

", Phillipp, 82, 83

", see Cognisbye, Conyngesby, Conysbye

Conysbye, Gilbert, 130

", see Cognisbye, Conyngesby, Conyngsby

Cooe, John, 148

", see Coe

Cooke, Briget (Bridget, Bridgitt), 119, 127, 134, 144, 146, 237 (2)

", Elizabeth, 106

Cooke, James, 54

", John, 133

", Margaret, 110, 114, 127, 128

", Mary, 79

", Richard, 54

", Robert, 54

", Simon, 185

", William, 78, 98, 106, 110, 114 (2), 119, 127 (2), 128, 134, 144, 146, 148, 237

", see Coke

Cooper, Grace, 120, 215, 216

", Richard, 122

", Robert, 228

", William, 120, 215

", see Cowper

Cope, Sir Thomas, knt., 92

Copley, Katherine, 120

Copper ring, A, 59

", seal. A, 157

Coral, child's, A, 7

Corbet, Mary, 213

", see Corbett

Corbett, Margaret, 42

", Thomas, 121, 122

", see Corbet

Corcrane, Barnabas, 137 (2)

Cordwainer Ward of, parish of St. Mary Aldermary, London, 168

Corner, William, 150, 151

", William Clarke alias, 151

Cornewallis, Lady Katherin. 41

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 43

Correction, House of, 142, 226

", " Apprentices sent to the, xxvi., 130

", " Runaway apprentice committed to the, 183

", " Parochial assessments for building, xxiv., 103

", " Order for arrears of assessment for building, 118

", " Bell to be tolled at certain hours in the, xxv., 120

", " Names of the collectors of free gifts for building the, 104

", " Governor of the, 118, 120, 130

Correction, House of, Hours of labour of persons committed to, 120

", " Order for the government of the. xxv., 117

", " Order for the better government of the, 130

", " Orders and memoranda touching the, xxiv.

", " A prisoner to work for his living in the, 228

", " Touching a rate for building the, 106

", " Perpetual imprisonment in the. An incorrigible rogue sentenced to, 140

", " Servants sent to the, xxvi., 130

", " Payment of servants at the. 120

", " John Stoyte, master and governor of the, 118, [120]

", " Renewal of straw to inmates of the, xxv., 120

", " Vagrant children to be set to work in the 130

", " Vagrants to labour in the, 130

", " Vagrants sent to the, 130

", " Whipping at the, 167

Cosenage, Suspicion of, 136

Cosening and Cheating, 74, 152, 166, 177

Cotten, Richard 178

" see Cotton

Cotterell. John, 177

" see Cottrell

Cotton Sir George, knt. 75, 76, 216

" Robert Sowthwell alias Cowper alias, clk. 197 (2). 198

" White woollen cloth called, 53

Cotton, see Cotten

Cottrell, Alexander, 176

" see Cotterell

Couch bed cushions, 43

Couley, John, 225

Coulson, Anne, 4

Coulter, Thomas, 141

Council, Lords of the, Directions of the, for making bread with rye, 44

Counterfeit Money, see Money

" Writings, 56

Counterfeiting Coins, Bespeaking an engine for, 123 (2)

" a print of the seal of the office of the Lord Admiral, 119

" a print of seal of the Rose and Crown and "J. R.," 119

Counterpoint, 111

Court, Attending without licence, 66

", The Prince's [of Wales], 181

", House, Finsbury, 77

", " High Holborn, 75

", " New, see Hickes Hall &c.

", " Old Bailey, 58, 62 (2)

", " Old Bailey, Gaol Deliveries at the, 210, 212, 214, 215, 216 (2) 217 (2), 218, 219, 223, 224, 225. 226, 227 (3), 229

", " Old Bailey, see Justice Hall. Old Bailey

", "Old Bailey, Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, adjourned to the, 58 (2), 62, [63]

", " Old Bailey, Special Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, held at the, 225

", " Old Bailey, Special Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, adjourned to the, 210, 212, 214

", " Old Bailey, see Justice Hall, Old Bailey

", " Westminster, 68 (2)

", Letters, Writer of, 166

Courte, Henry, 60

" Ralph, 21

Coventry and Lichfield, William [Overton], bishop of, 50

Coverings, "Westren" and "Doringe," 12

Covers for chairs and stools, Needlework, 100

" stools, Velvet, embroidered with silver, 169

Coverte, Robert, 88

Cow Cross, co. Midd., 26, 56, 109, 156, 158, 160 (2)

" ", Cage for, 75

" ", Inhabitants of, 75

" ", in St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, 44, 46, 85

" ", Stocks for, 75

" Lane, co. Midd., 60

" Stealing. 79, 186

Cowell, Richard, 28, 33

Cowley, Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 104

Cowlson, Thomas, 87

Cowpe, Thomas, 33

" see Sowpe

Cowper, Thomas, 26, 128

" alias Cotton, Robert Sowthwell alias, clk., 197 (2), 198

" see Cooper

Cox, Thomas, 183

" see Coxe

Coxe, John, 86

" Richard, 30, 134

" Robert, lii., 80

" William. 79

" see Cox

Coye, Thomas, 220, 221

" alias Tye, Thomas, 220

Cradock, John (juror), 63

Cragge, William, 70

Craghall in Scotland, 77

Craiford, alias Waintworthe, William Scotte alias, 80, 207 (2), [208]

" see Crayford

Cramedge, Ann, 87

Cramford, Joan, 217

Cranford, Assessment in, for building Ho. of Correction, 104

Cranke, Samuel, 32

Crapley, William, 21

Crash Mills, The king's, in St. Botolph's Parish, &c., 32, 40

Crathorne, Bridget (Briget), 14, 16, 211

" Sir Thomas, 19

" Thomas, 14, 16

Craven, Sir William, knt., 122

Crayford, John, 106

" Martha, 106

Crayford, see Craiford

Crest, Arms and, 163

" Cloths, see Apparel

Cripplegate, London, and co. Midd., 8, 34, 46 (2), 50, 51 (2), 56, 57, 63, 75, 88, 93, 119, 138, 146, 153. 166, 170, 177, 213

Croft, Henry, 16

" John, 22, 23

" see Crofte

Crofte, Henry, 12

" see Croft

Crompton, Henry, 76

Cromwell, Anne, 149

" see Crumwell

Crooffe, William, 35

Crooke, George, 27, 33

" Hugh, 27, 33

" Paul Ambrose, esq., 63

Cropley, William, 12, 16, 210

"Cropper," A [Crupper for a horse], 25

Crosley, Christopher, 211

Cross, see Jewellery

" Cloths, see Apparel

" Daggers, see Money

" set with diamonds, see Jewellery

Crosse, Thomas, 27, 33

" William, esq., 157

Croswell, William, 137

"Croston Keriall" [Croxton-Keyrial], co. Leicester, 136

Crow of Iron, assault with a half, 26

Crowche, William, 8

Crowder, Timothy, 56, 57

Crowe, John, 151

Crowns, Half Crowns, see Money

Crumwell, Elizabeth, xlv.

" see Cromwell

[? Crupper for a horse], Cropper, A, 25

Cruse, Humfrey, xlii.; 2, 3 (2)

Crying and Buying old iron, 86 (2)

Crystal glasses, 133

Cuddington, Anne, 10

" Paul, 10, 18

Cuffs, see Apparel

Culverwell, Anthony, 125

Cumberford, Thomas, 145

Cumberland, Francis, earl of, 64

Cuminges, John, 105

Cups, Silver, see Plate

Curl, Gowns of stript, 40

Curie, Bolt of silk, 22

Cursing Scotchmen, 54, 55

Curtains of carnation and white damask silk with silver and silk buttons, 92

" of chequered velvet lined with taffata, 92

" Coach, 155 157, 160, 165

" of crimson velvet lined with damask and laced with gold lace, 92

" Damask 137

" " edged with gold lace, 126

" " with gold and silver lace and fringe, &c., 123

" Sea green, 105

" Leather, lined with velvet, 123

" Say, 53, 112, 119, 169

" Scarlet, 91

" Silk, 67, 169

"Curtayne Clooke," A, 82

Curtis, Philip, 11

" Robert, junior, 32

" see Curtys

Curtys, William, 225

" see Curtis

Curwaine, Anne, 35

" see Curwin

Curwin, Anne, 137

" Nicholas, esq., 137

" see Curwaine

Cushion, Baize covering for coach, 155

" Chair. 42

" Cloth, 138

" Velvet, embroidered with silver, 169

Cushions ("fenestralia"), 117, 132

" Coach, 51, 155

" Couch bed, 43

" Velvet covers for crimson velvet, 92

" Green, wrought with silver, 169

" Long, 46

" Needlework, 100

" Velvet, laid with silver lace, 169

" Wrought, 149

Cutler, Mary, 146

" Susan, 14, 16

Cutpurses, Harbourer of, 51, 83

Cuttes, Henry, 38

" Thomas, 40

D.

Dagger with damask hilts, 59

" like an Irish skeyne. 161

Daggers, 2, 4, 7 (2), 25, 49, 55

" Cross, see Money

Daines, Richard, 162

Dalborne, Anne, 57

" Robert, 57

Dale, John, 29

" Mathew, esq. (Justice of the Peace), 203, 204

Dalley, William, 158

Dallys to Finchley, Neglect to repair a bridge leading from, 236

Dallyson, Sir Maximilian, knt., 144

Dam, Cyprian, 70

" Elena (Helen), 144, 146

" John, 144, 146

" Thomas, 43, 212

" alias Adam, Helen (Ellen), 109, 113, 127, 128

", " " John, 78, 109, 113. 127, 128

" see Damme, &c.

Damask Napkins, see Napkins

" Towel, see Towels

" Remnants of wrought, 162

Dames, William, 159

Damme alias Adam, Ellen, 106

" " " John, 106

" see Dam, &c.

Dampard, Michael, 27

Dances after plays, Actors to abolish, xlvi.,83

" &c., Lewd, at the Fortune playhouse, to be suppressed, 83

Dancing for a garland, 185

Daniell, Richard, 10

" see Danyell

Danyell, Joan, 220, 221

" Mary, 162

" see Daniell

Darby, Susanna (Susan), 79, 127, 128

" William, 79, 127, 128, 238

" see Darbye

Darbye, Katherine, 156

" Susan, 10, 213

" William, 10, 21, 213

" see Darby

Darch, Stephen. 53

" see Darche

Darche, Stephen, 54

" see Darch

Darcye, Sir Francis, knt. (Justice of the Peace), 102, 202, 203, 206, 207

Daughter-in-law, Maintenance of, 132

Daventree, co. Northampton, 57

Davies, Anna, 150

", Frances, 25, 150

", Joan, 106, 114

", John, 211

", Richard Wingfeild alias, clk., 195, 196 (2)

", Silvanus, 151

", Thomas, ("Doctor of Phisicke"), 216

", Thomas, 97, 235

", William, 25

", see Davyes

Davis, Phillip, 84, 91

", Winifred, 84

Davison, Anne, 106

", Richard, 66, 106, 216

", see Davyson

Davyes, Elianor, 140

", John, 7

", see Davies

Davyson, Anne, 211

", Joan, 78

", Richard, 35, 78, 211

", see Davison

Dawes, Anne, 10

", Richard, 75

", Richard, junior, 10

", Richard, senior, 10

Dawkes alias Guy, John, 117

Dawkins, . . . ., 137

", Margaret, 137

Dawson, Stephen, 50

Daye, Jeremy, 15

Daykyn, Barnard Decon alias, 18

Deane, Michael 31 (2)

", William, 114

", [Deene], co. Northampton, 27, 71

Decon alias Daykyn, Barnard, 18

Decoy, Playing at (unlawful game), 74

Deer, Chasing and killing the king's outlying, 147

", Hunting, chasing, and killing, in Hyde Park, 89

", Place impaled for keeping, in Hyde Park, 89

", Stealing, from Marylebone Park, 75(2)

Deerough, Robert, 111

Dekker [Thomas], xxxiv., xxxv.

Delights with Closet (Books), 109

Demetrius, James Desmetrius alias, 43

Dendye, Edward, 106

Dennies, Lord, 163

", see Dennye, Edward, lord

Dennis, Walter, 14, 16

", see Siddenham, Syddenham, Lady

Dennye, Edward, lord, 163

", see Dennies, Lord

Derby, Alice, countess of, 186

", Elizabeth, countess of, 173

", William, earl of, xliv., 173, 174

Derry, Jane, 110

", Joan, 107, 114, 127, 128

Desk ("cista"), A, 68

Desmetrius alias Demetrius, James, 43

Dethicke, Thomas, 186

Devereux, Hellen, 135

Dewell, Anne, 1

", Henry, 184

", Thomas, 1

Dewer, Robert, 111

Dial ("horologium"), Equinoctial, 36

Dialogues, Castilian's (a Book), 109

Diamonde, Tristram, 23 (2)

Diamonds, 4, 21, 55, 87, 95, 162, 178, 182, 185

", see Jewellery

Diaper Towels, see Towels

Dibdale, Richard, 212

Dice, Cheating with, 155

Dicke, John, 95

Dicken, Joan, 85

", Thomas, 85

Dickenson, James, 148, 149

", Mary, 79

Dickerson, John, 237

Dickson, Katherine, 101

", Mary, 60

", William, 101

", see Dixon

Dictionary, A, 68

", New Law, Jacob's, xix., xxx., xxxi.

Digbye, John, lord, xliv., 144, 145 (2)

Dilworth, John, 27

", Nicholas, 27

", see Dilworthe

Dilworthe, John, 33

", Nicholas, 33

", see Dilworth

"Disci," see Dishes

Dishes, Pewter ("patenæ æneæ" and "disci Plumbei"), 112, 133, 135, 179

", Silver, see Plate

", Voider, 179

Disorderly Houses, 9, 85, 96

" ", see Brothels, Bawdy Houses

" ", Officers to inform against, 171

" ", in Saffron Hill, Order touching, 171

" Living, 33, 142

" Persons, 33, 48, 83

" Women, 9

" see Bawds

Disseisin, Forcible entry and, xlii.

", Unlawful, 25, 57, 148

Distaffe Lane, London, 222

Disturbers of the Peace, xlix., 5, 25, 26 (2), 29, 154. 175

Ditchefielde, James, 216

Dixon, Robert, 148

", Vincent, 154

", see Dickson

Dobbinson, Ralph, 64

Dod, John, 171

Dodridge, John, 47

Dog House, The, Finsbury Fields, 76

" Taking away a spaniel, with collar, 175

" stealer, A, 175

Dogs, 89

Dolgelly, co. Merioneth, 111

Dollar, see Money

Dolman, Sir Robert, 216

Doncastle, Elizabeth, 214

Doors, Knocking at, 154

Dorche, George Newman alias, 60

Dormer, John, 25

Dorrell, Henry, esq., 176

Dorset, Anne, countess of, 113

Doublets, see Apparel

Douce, Ann, 79

", see Dowse

Dovegate, 168

Dover, 164

", The mayor, of, 164

Doves, Three, New Brentford, Sign of the, 79

Dowdall. Henry, xxxiv., xxxv.

Dowdell, Nowell, 37

Downe, Philip, 12, 16

Downes, Andrew Watson alias, 222

Downes, George. 121

Dowse, Anne, 107, 110, 114 (2), 127, 128, 134, 144. 146

", see Douce

Diaper, Dorcas, 120

", John, 120

Drawater, Elizabeth, 115, 238

", John, 109

", Oliver 115, 130

Draycott, Richard, 211

Drayton, co. Midd., 145, 146

", West, Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 104

", " High Bridge in the Parish of, Order for repair of, 126

", " High Bridge at, Timber found for repairing the, 126

", " Inhabitants of 126

", " Parishioners of, 126

Dredge, Thomas, 158

Drew, Thomas, 170

Drewry, Emma, 149

Dreyden, Erasmus, esq., 70

Dromond, David, esq., 77

", Jane, 103

Drunk and Disorderly, 76, 120,129, 133, 142

Drury, Joan Kirbye alias, 43

", see Drurye

Drury Lane, co. Midd., 131, 228, 236

" ", Constable of, 152

" ", Great disorder in, 129

" ", Disturbance and an affray in, 154 (2)

" ", New Building to be erected in, forbidden, 125

" ", Threatening to pull down a house in, on May Day, 129

Drurye, Joan Kirbye alias, 212

", see Drury

Dryland, Frances, 43, 212

Drynge, Adam, 222

Ducats, see Money

Duchy Chamber, Westminster, 66

Duckett, Anne, 6

Duck's Lane, London, 185

Dudley, Edward, lord, 165

", Edward, esq., 165

Duel, A, 145

Duffeild, Edmund, 134

Dugdale, George, 179, 180

Duncombe, Edward, esq., 136

Dung carting, 169

" and Filth, Throwing, near the highway, 4

Dungan, Richard, 55

Dunn, David, 123

", Helen, 123

Durant, William, 29, 79

", see Durante

Durante, William, li., lii., 57, 58

", see Durant

Dutchie, "Le," see Lancaster, The Duchy of

Dutchman, Enticing a, to lewdness, 49

Duxon, Grace, 27, 33

Dyer, Francis, 49

Dymmock, Elizabeth, 213

Dymmocke, Robert, esq., 212

", see Dymocke

Dymocke, Edward, 16

", Elizabeth, 16

", Robert, 16

", see Dymmock, Dymmocke

E.

Eacocke, Thomas, 157

Ealing, co. Midd., 126

", Assessment in, for building the House of Correction, 103

", Highway at, 38

Ear Jewels, see Jewellery

Eare, The point of, co. Flint, 160

"Earestayes," piece of linen called, A, 71

Earle, Martin, 136

East Bedfont, co. Midd., 126

" ", Assessments in, for building House of Correction, 104

" India Company, 136

" Indies, Society of London Merchants trading to the, 126

" Smithfield, see Smithfield, East

Eastcheap, 65, 70, 71

Easterlinge, Walter, 77

Eastmond, John, 32, 33

Easton, George, 89

Eatenton, Nether, co. Warwick, 210, 211

Eaton, Mildred, 21

", Margaret, 137

Ebbs, William, 157

Ebony, Picture with a case of, 181

Edgware, co. Midd., 67, [159] 215

", Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 104

", towards London, Neglect to repair bridges leading from, 236

Edgworth [? Edgeware], co. Midd., 159

Edmonton, co. Midd., 5, 12, 13, 14, 19, 62, 72, 73 (5). 90, 115, 131, 134, 144, 147, 153, 184, 185, 235, 236

", Hundred of, The, Assessmentsin, for building House of Correction, 103

", Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 103

", The inhabitants of, 238

", Parish of, 37, 153

", " Churchwardens of, 153

", " The poor of the, 153

", and Enfield, Balstepgrove Bridge lying between, Neglect to repair, 238

Edsall, William, 69

Edward, . . . ., 32

Edward VI., King, Letters patent touching Bridewell Hospital, 102

Edwards, Joan, 114

", John, 70

", Katherine, 168

", Morgan, 10

Eely Field [Ely Field, Holborn], Football at, 81

" see Ely Rents

Egerton, Sir John, knt., 36 (2)

Eglestone, William, 87

Elder, William, 51

Elgar, John, 98

Elizabeth, Queen, xlvii. (2), xlviii., 181, 185, 188 (2), 189 (3), 190 (3), 191 (4), 192 (3), 193 (2), 194 (2), 195 (3), 196 (2), 197 (2), 198 (2), 199 (3), 200 (2), 201, 204, 205

Elkington, William, 70

Elliott, Emma, 108 (2)

", Henry, 60, 108 (2)

", Joan, 60

", Mary, 87, 101

", see Ellyott

Ellis, Anthony, 178 (2)

", Dorothy, 27

Ellis, Robert, 74

Ellyott, Emma, 109

", Henry, 109

", see Elliott

Elme, William, 47

Elson, John, xlix., 26

Elthorne, Hundred of, The, Assessments in, for building House of Correction, 104

Elworth, Marmaduke, 6

Ely Rents, Holborn, 110

" ", Saffron Hill and, Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 103

" ", Inhabitants of, 110

" see Eely Field

Emberson, Fardinando, 66

", see Emerson

Embezzlement, Suspicion of, 24

Embroidery, Gold, 1, 20, 59, 65, 131

", Silk, 59

", Silver, 65, 169, 181

Emerson, Christofer (Christopher), 109, 113, 166

", Fardinand (Ferdinand), 6, 78, 106, 114, 127, 128, 134, 144, 146, 236

", Helen, 134

", Isabella, 21

", Jane, 144, 146, 237

", Joan, 78, 106, 109, 113, 114, 128

", Ralph, 21

", Susan (?), 127

", see Emberson

Emys, Margery, 53, 54

Enfield, co. Midd., 5, 7, 28, 32 (5), 57 (3), 58, 79 (2), 80 (2), 81, 82, 116, 131, 134, 147, 148, 176, 235

", Assessment in, for building House of Correction, 103

", The king's chase, in the Parish of, 62

", " " Shooting in, 62

", constable of, A, 36

", Edmonton and, Balstepgrove Bridge, lying between, Neglect to repair, 238

", The inhabitants of, 238

", Parish of, 28, 29, 32 (2), 57 (3), 62, 116, 176

", Witchcraft at, li., lii.

Engine for counterfeiting coins, Bespeaking an, 123 (2)

Englishe, . . . ., curate of Ratcliff, conspiring the death of, 3 (2)

Engrossing and Forestalling, 187

Entry and Disseisin, Forcible, xlii.

" Unlawful and forcible, 2, 3 (2), 5, 57. 148

Equinoctial Dial ("horologum"), 36

Erington, Robert, 44, 212

Erretage, Thomas, 7

Ersewicke, Walter, 17

Essex, co., 22, 46, 93, 100

Estreated, Recusants, into the Exchequer, 211, 212, 213, 214(2)

Etherage, Cæsar, 168

Etheringgam, Elizabeth, 144

", William, 144

", see Etheringham, Everingham

Etheringham, Elizabeth, 72, 146

", William, 146

", see Etheringgam, Everingham

Eure, Ralph, lord, 46

Evans, Arthur, 1

", Anne, 146

", Lewis, 144, 146

", Mathias, 225

", Thomas, 6

Evenson, Mary, 87

", William, 87

Evered, Anne, 234

Everidge, Elizabeth, 79, 212, 234

", see Evridge

Everingham, Anne, 234

", Elizabeth, 131, 234

", William, 130, 216, 234

", see Etheringgam, Etheringham

Evridge, Elizabeth, 43

", see Everidge

Ewbank, Robert, 181

Ewer, Edward, 130

", Margaret, 130

", see Ewere

Ewere, Edward, 119

", Margaret, 119

", see Ewer

Ewers, Silver, see Plate

Ewes, Richard, 35

Ewyer, William, 48

Exchange, The, London, 161

Exchequer, Lord chief baron of the, Warrant of the, 211

", baron of the, A, 206, 207

", Recusants estreated into the, 211, 212, 213, 214 (2)

", Indictments of Recusants certified to the, 213

Excommunicate, Indictment for standing, 234

Executions, for felonies, &c., committed in London, Number of, temp. James I. xx.

", for silence to indictments for felonies committed in London, Number of, temp. James I., xx.

", for felonies or for silence to indictments for felonies committed in London and Middlesex, Number of, temp. Elizabeth, xxi.

", Hanged, drawn and quartered, 13, 36, 39, 57, 58 (2), 63, 80, 194, 201, 202 (2), 203, 205 (2), 206, 207 (2), 208

"Exemplar," see Sampler

Exeter, Thomas, earl of, 25

", Houses, Strand, 163

Extortion, 142, 186