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1888

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'Index: A - E', Middlesex county records: Volume 3: 1625-67 (1888), pp. 391-433. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66066 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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N. B.—For names, etc., of Conventiclers and Recusants, searchers of this index should refer to the lists headed respectively "Conventiclers, Names, addresses and callings of," and "Recusants, Names, country addresses and callings of."

A.

Abbington, 235

Abbott, Sir Maurice, knt. Gov. of the Society of London Merchants trading to the East Indies, 10

", alias Ryves alias Savyll, Augustine, clerk, 75, 76, 114 (3)

Abbreviatory Capitals, &c., used in the present volume, xxvii.

Ahchurch Lane, London, 376

Abden, Thomas, 201

Abjuration, &c, Oath of, Form of certificate to be used in the case of Recusants refusing to take the, 238, 239

", Refusing to take the, 265

Abraham, Capt. Thomas, 15

Acre, Elizabeth, 39 (2)

Act of Parliament for removing papists from London and Westminster, 195 (2)

Acton, co. Midd., 5, 320

", parish of, The, 198, 320

", The highway at, 198

", Weekly assessment made in, for the relief of persons infected, 63

Adams, Christiana, 288

", Katherine, 27

", Timothy, 377

Addams, William, 5

Adlam, John, 163

Adulterers to be held in prison until they put in good sureties, &c, 294, 295 (3)

Adultery, 207, 222, 270, 285, 287, 288 (3), 289, 290 (6), 291 (2), 292 (4), 293 (2), 294 (5), 295 (3), 296

", Arraignments and trials for, Editorial note upon, 207

", Committal for, 11

", Execution after accouchement for, 287

", Suspected, 211 (2)

", Suspicion of living in, 203

", Trial and execution of Ursula Powell for, xxii, 287

", see Fornication

Affidavits respecting a sick person, charged on suspicion of burglary, &c., 207

Agard, George, 273, 380, 381

Agate and crystal beads, 381

", see Jewellery

Agglethorpe, co. York, 46, 131

Agnus Dei, &c., Suspicion of bringing into the land, 193

Agred, Robert, gent., 173

Albemarle, The duke of, 380

", " Picture in silver of, 381

Albrighton, co. Salop, 145

Alburton, Handford, 126

Alcock, Thomas, 258

Alcocke, John, clerk, 266

Aldermanbury, 340

Aldersgate, London, 173, 194, 201, 229, 241, 242, 244

", Street, London, 164

", The ward of, London, 352, 356, 357 (2), 358 (2), 359

Alderson, Thomas, 161, 162

Aldgate, London, 22, 89, 154, 170, 185, 195, 214, 258, 259, 273, 279, 304, 308, 310, 314, 325, 328, 335, 341, 351, 363, 371. 377, 385

", [St. Botolph's], parish of, Rosemary Lane, in the, 274

", parish of, The Minories in the, 197

Aldridge, Thomas, 140

Ale and beer, Order as to rate per barrel for strong and small, 1

" measures, 51, 52

Alehouse, &c., A blasphemer to be suppressed from keeping any, 216

", A disorderly and suspicious, 256 (2).

", keepers presenting a certificate in opposition to granting a license, &c., 30

", " to be licensed by five Justices of the Peace, 190

", Order for licensing, &c., a victualler to keep an, 30

", on the Sabbath-day, Playing cards &c. in an, 161

", on the Sabbath-day, Drinking in an, 161 (2)

", Speakers of sedition fined 50 marks and to be suppressed from keeping an, 284

", suppressed near the Windmills in Moorfields, 15

Alehouses, &c., Constables to search, on on the Lord's day, and arrest tipplers, soldiers, &c., 189

", near Hyde Park to be suppressed, Order for, 105

", necessary for each parish, Justices to consider and report the number of, 190

", Keepers of, 51, 105

", &c., Receiving money for a supposed offence against the Statute relating to, 53

", to be reduced, The number of, 190

", &c., Order for the better government of, 189

Alehouses, Order concerning the reforming of divers disorderly, 56

", &c., Orders and rules concerning, 189, 190

", in Westminster, An order against tippling in, to be read in churches &c. before sermon, 190

", see Petty hostelries, Victuallers, &c.

Alford, Elizabeth, xxii, 288

All Saints . . . ., London, 163

" " . . . ., Parish of, London, 163

Allegiance, Oath of, 376 (2)

[ " ], Obedience (sic) Oath of, Committals to gaol for refusing to take the, 319, 330

", Oath of, Conventiclers refusing to take the, 310 (2)

", " Refusing to take the, 106, 115, 117, 183, 323, 325 (2), 328, 331 (2)

", " Person refusing to take the, to forfeit all his goods, chattels, lands, &c., 106

", " A woman imprisoned to take the, 123, 124 (5)

Allen, Anne, 234

", Edward, 371, 373

", Francis, esq., 258

", Henry, 16

", Jane, 28, 29

", Joan, 284

", John, 211

", Rebekah, 255

", Richard, 241, 242

", alias Wood alias Hackleton, Thomas, 315

", William, 254

", see Allin

Allenson, John, gent., 60

Alleston [Allesley (?)], co. Warwick, 136

Allhallows', Barking, London, 99

", " Parish of, 89, 99

", Bread Street, London, 118

", Lane, 328

", Stayning, 325, 365

Allhallows'-in-the-Wall [Allhallows', London Wall], 242, 243 (5)

" -in-the-West (sic), 243

Allin, Anne, 309

", Baldwin, 74

", Thomas, 309

", see Allen

Allington, Robert, 165

Allistrey, William, gent., 333

Almond, William, 331

Alpitt, Thomas Orpitt alias, 239

Alsopp alias Sutton, Anne Symons alias, 91

", David, 91

Altham, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

"Amatist", [Amethyst], An, 259

Ambassador, French, Burglary at the dwelling-house of the, xi, 89, 90

", " Celebrating mass at the lodgings of the, 248, 249

", " Robbery of the servants of the, 253

", to the duke of Holstein, John Henry, lord Killman, 280

", Portuguese, Celebrating mass at the house of the, 172 (2), 180

", Spanish, Suspicion of hearing mass at the house of the, 185, 186

", " Stealing goods belonging to the, 307

", Venetian, Celebrating mass at the lodgings of the, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245 (12), 247

America, inhabited by the king's subjects, Conditional pardon to prisoners to go to Barbadoes or to some part of, 334, 337, 339, 368

", St. Christopher's Island, 233

Amethysts [36], 259

Amitus (?) [Amethysts], stones &c, Ring with, 36

Amsterdam, 380

Amusements, Theatrical, temp. Commonwealth, xv.

Amys, Henry, 126

Anabaptistical unlawful meetings, A frequenter &c. of, 328

"Ancor of the State," 287

Anderson, Henry, 258

", James, 288

", Thomas, 304

", William, 110

Andrewes, Alderman, 196

", Euseby, esq. (justice of the peace), 16

", George, 247

Andrews, Joseph, 102

Andrus, Dennis, 335

", Mary, 335

Angell, Thomas, 29

", William, gent., 288

Angels, see Money

Anne, Thomas, 316, 317, 318

Annoyance in arresting neighbours on causeless actions, 164, 165

Ansell, Jeremiah, 330

Antherson, Jonas, 259

Anthonio, John, 245

Anthony, William, 39

Antimony mixed with wine, 79

Antrobus, George, 195

", Thomas, gent., 195

Apostate, An impious and blasphemous, making a bargain with an evil spirit, xi, 88

Apparel, &c, Detaining servants', 34

", Men taken by the watch having several disguises of women's, 257

Apparel, Prices of:
-, Apron, cutwork, A, 44
-, Aprons, Holland, 69, 70
-, Band, A laced, 280
-, " strings, 14
-, " Silk, 225
-, Bands, Cambric, laced with Flanders lace, 320
-, " Collars called, 91
-, " Cutwork, 42
-, " Ruff, 27
-, Belt embroidered with gold and silver, A, 213
-, Belts, 18
-, Boot hose, 91
-, Boots, 314
-, " Spanish leather, 72
-, Breeches, 193
-, " Cloth, 316
-, " Farendine, 372
-, " Plush, 31
-, " Satin, 21
-, " trimmed with silk lace and ribbon, 280
-, " of black branched velvet, &c., 17
-, Buckles, Silver shoe, 380
-, Cap wrought with gold, 30
-, Cloak, cloth, lined with plush, A, 39
-, " lined with velvet, A farendine, 372
-, " grogram, with satin lace and plush, A, 18
-, " laced with gold lace, A, 23
-, " paduasway, trimmed with gold and silver lace, A, 320
-, " satin, A, 213
-, " satin figured, A, 21
-, Cloaks, 14, 86, 163, 193, 250
-, " Cloth, 86, 171, 273, 316
-, Cloths, Corle neck, 225
-, Coat, with gold and silver lace, A cloth, 250, 251
-, " lined with plush, A damask, 54
-, " plush, A, 31
-, " with silver clasp, A plush, 250
-, " riding, A, 73
-, " cloth riding, A, 314
-, " stuff, A, 280
-, Coats, Cloth, 209, 383, 384
-, " with rich cognizances, Footmen's, 79
-, " embroidered with gold and silver, Velvet, 319
-, Coifs, 48, 360
-, Collars called bands, 91
-, Cope of cloth of silver, A, 90
-, Cuffs, Corle, 225
-, " Scollop linen knee, 280
-, Doublet, Body of a, richly laced, 79
-, " cloth, A, 316
-, " of cloth of silver, &c., A, 17
-, " trimmed with silk lace and ribbon, A, 280
-, " A plush, 31
-, Doublets, 73, 193
-, " set in a gold pendant, Ruby, 381
-, Doublets, Perfumed leather, 33
-, " Satin, 21
-, Face cloth, lawn, A, 29
-, Garment of satin, A woman's, 89
-, Garters, 23
-, " Silk, 24
-, " laced with silver and gold bone lace, 33
-, " woven with gold and silver, 33
-, Girdles, Corle, 225
-, Gloves, 24, 73, 89, 101, 208, 314, 316, 379
-, " embroidered &c. with gold and silver lace, 33
-, " laced with three silk broad laces, 33
-, " Perfumed, 33
-, " Spanish, 33
-, " Stag's leather, 33
-, Gorgets, Corle, 225
-, Gown, mohair, A, 286
-, " mourning, A, 69
-, Gowns, 13
-, " Mohair, laced with gold twist and lined with grey
-, squirrel, 30
-, Handkerchiefs, 27, 208
-, " Pocket, 314
-, Hangers, 18, 23, 79
-, Hat with a plume of feathers, A, 280, see Hats
-, Hatband, gold, A, 18
-, " A silk, 317
-, " set with 130 diamonds, A velvet, 208
-, Hatbands, Silver, 18, 314
-, Hats, 14, 49
-, " Beaver, 18, 24, 41, 44, 213, 317
-, " called demi-castors, 73 (2), 271, 316, see Hat
-, Hoods, Corle, 225
-, " of velvet, French, 35
-, Hose, Boot, 91
-, Jerkin, perfumed leather, A, 33
-, Mantle, Cloth, laced with gold and silver lace, 267
-, Muff, A, 379
-, Neckcloths, Corle, 225
-, Peaks [lace], Corle, 225
-, Petticoat, satin, laced with gold and silver lace, A, 267
-, Petticoats, 192
-, Points, Silk, 86
-, Quoif, Gold wrought, 24
-, Rocket, A [a cloak without a cape], 73
-, Ruff-bands, 27
-, Scarf, silk, A, 24
-, " taffety, A, 271
-, Scarves, Embroidered, 79
-, Shirt, half, A, 193
-, " A holland, 316
-, Shirts, 91
-, Shoe buckles, Silver, 380
-, Shoes, Roses for, 23
-, Sleeves, Satin, 33
-, " Silver, 33
-, Smocks, 69, 70
-, Stockings, 192
-, " Silk, 24, 86, 280, 372, 388
-, " Worsted, 69, 70, 388
-, Stomacher wrought with gold, 24
-, Surplice, A, 90
-, Tops, Cloth, 251
-, Waistcoat, A, 69, 70
-, " embroidered with silver and gold, A, 79
-, " embroidered with silver and colours of silk, 79
-, " with gold buttons, 251
-, Whiskes [a kind of tippet], Corle, 225

Applebye, Thomas, 56

Apples, 319

Appleton, co. Norfolk, 145

Apprentice, Barbarously birching an, 176

", Unlawfully correcting, pinching and beating an, 328

", Refusing an, to attend divine service, &c., 328

", Fettering with lock and chain, whipping until flesh was raw, salting and holding naked to the fire, 239

", Inveigling an, into a marriage, 233, 234

", Inveigling an, aboard ship, to be transported beyond the seas, 331

Apprentice, on the Lord's day collecting money due to his master, &c., Employing an, 239

", for service in Virginia, Runaway, 104

", Selling and sending on board ship an, to go beyond the seas, 336

", Starving an, to death, 294

", tied by the wrists and thumbs up to a beam and unreasonably beaten, An, 364

", Refusing to teach an, his trade, 328

", Unlawfully transporting an, to the Barbadoes and there selling him for a slave, 336

", to Virginia, Endeavouring to send an, 271

Apprentices, 70, 75

", Ill-using, 231, 239

", Inveigling aboard ship to be transported to Virginia, 315, 326. 335 (2)

", coming from mass, 244, 245

", Orders to discharge, from the bonds of apprenticeship, 231, 239

Aprons, see Apparel, prices of

Apsley, Sir Allen, knt. (justice of the peace, &c.), 16

Aqueen, Arthur, 126

Archbold, Nicholas, gent. (and esq.), 253, 268

Archer, Peter, 283

", Robert, 303

Arden, William, gent., 204

Ardington, Mary, 202, 291

", William, 202, 291

Ardway, Edward, 21

Argoe, Philipp, 379

Armitage [Hermitage] Dock, St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 314

" " Dock, Stepney, 315

" Robert, 245

Armory, Margaret Hogge alias, 182 (2)

Armour, Margaret Hogge alias, 124

", for horsemen, Proof, 89

Arms and plate of the duke of York, 340

Arms to seal, Gold ring cut with, 9

" and weapons, Suspicion of concealing, 248

Armstrong, John, 250

Army, Cursing the, 274

", in Ireland, Attempt to rob the States waggon laden with money for the, 204

", murdering rogues, &c., Seditious speech calling the, 247

Armyn, Elizabeth, 203

", Dame Mary, 203, 204

Arnime, Thomas, 256

Arnold, Arthur, 194

", John, 58, 298

", Michaell, 229

", Richard, 309

", William, 372

Arnott, Richard, 65 (2)

"Arra," Editorial note on the word, 15

"Arram," earnest money, xi, 15 (4), 17, 122

Arrington, Mary, 289

", Thomas, 289

Arrows, bows and, Shooting with, 93, 190

Arrundell and Surrey, Thomas, earl of, earl marshal of England, 152

Arsenic, Ratsbane alias, 42

Arson, 291, 384 (2), 385, 386

Artillery Lane, in St. Botolph's, Bishopgate, 324

Ash, John, 377

Ashborne, Anne, 297

Ashbornham, Sir John, knt., 39

Ashburner, Anthony, 297

Ashburnham, William, esq., 254

Ashbury, Alice, 292

", William, 300

Ashfeild, Sir Richard, bart., 191

Ashford, co. Midd., 183, 321 (2), 333

", parish, 183

", church, Riotous and forcible breaking of the doors of, 321 (2)

", Abell Topsill, vicar of, Speaking opprobriously against, 183

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Ashton, Edward, gent., 235, 236

", John, gent., 95

Askew, John, 169

Askewe, Allan, gent., 46, 131

Aspenham, co. Sussex, 142

Assault and battery, 28, 179, 182, 219, 220, 248, 323, 329 (2)

" ", at the Fortune playhouse, 161, 162, 163

" ", at the Red -bull playhouse, 168 (2)

" ", on the watchmen of St. Clement's Danes, 362

Assault with a cane, An, 214

" by Frenchmen, Murderous, 174, 175

" with a hatchet, An, 21

" and abuse in the highway, An, 160, 161

" with a pair of slings, An, 173

" see Assaults

Assaulting a child, 97

" &c., constables, 161, 163

" and beating servants in the park [Osterley], Heston, 105

" a person coming from church, 108

" and beating a person in a tavern, 75

" and pumping, upon false reports, 181 (2)

" the queen's servants at Chiswick, 170

" and whipping a servant, 230

Assaults, &c., 7, 56, 161, 162, 179, 247, 250, 252, 259, 260, 264, 265, 277, 297, 305

", with whips, 97, 166, 230

", see Assault

Assell, Geoffrey, 93, 94

Assemblies, &c., see Riots.

Assembly at the Bear Garden, An intended, 162

" of Divines, Certificate from the, concerning a professed Jewess, 187

" ", Duties of the, 187

" ", Houses of parliament refer matters to the, 187

" ", A professed jewess to attend the, 186, 187

Assessment, Weekly, made for relief of persons infected (parishes named), 63

", made for maintenance of Lady Thorowgood's grandchildren, 220

Assessments made by justices for relief of places infected with the plague, 4 (2)

Assistance frigate, The, 232

Assize, Judges of, co. Bucks, sign manual addressed to the, 28

[Aston] Awstin, co. Herts, 169

" Flawell [Flamville], co. Leicester, 76

Atheistical blasphemy, &c., Committee appointed for, 197

Atkinson, Frances Jackson alias, 247, 292

", Thomas, 8

", William, 28

Atkyn, Thomas, gent., 204

Atkyns, Edward (a justice of the common bench), 220

", John, 186

Attlebridge, co. Norfolk, 145

Attorney-General, Sir Edward Harbert, knt., 82

Atwell, Bartholomew, 352, 359

Atwicke, Edward, 29

Auchwitz, Anne, 95

Austen, Edward, 65 (2)

", see Austin, Awsten

Austin, James, gent., 174

", John, 367

", see Austen, Awsten

Awborne, Anne, 126

Awdley, Thomas, 2

Awsten, Thomas, 99

", see Austen, Austin

Awstin [Aston], co. Herts, 169

Axe Yard, Westminster, 182

" pick, A, 258

Axle-tree of a coach, Breaking an, 165

Axon, John, 248

Ayer, Thomas, gent., 45

Aylard, John, 54

Aymestrey, co. Hereford, 147

Ayres, George, 193 (2)

B.

Babtian, alias Dame Dorothy Jenkins, Dorothea, 275

Bacchus, Adam, 68

", sleeping, A picture of figures dancing and, 275

Backhouse, Edward, 271

", Joan, 291

", John, 291

Backnaker, co. Lancaster [47], 133

Bacon, Nicholas, esq., an affiliation order to be made (if charge be proved) against, 212

Badcock, Paul, 336

Badgers, Licences to, 373

Badison, Anne, 219

Bag found in the custody of burglars, A, 196

" embroidered. An, 192

" night, embroidered with gold and silver, &c., A, 79

" taffata, A, 33

Bagley, Anne, 177

", Hugh, 177

Bagnall, Richard Downes alias, 17, [18]

Bail in large sum for forgery, Order for, 211

Bailey, Thomas, 148

", Thomas, gent., 242

", see Baillie, Baily, Bailye, Bayley, Baylie

Baillie, Thomas, 141

", see Bailey, Baily, Bailye, Bayley, Baylie.

Baily, Elizabeth, 367

", Pitt, co. Monmouth, 146

", Thomas, 93, 94

", Winefred, ix, 185

", see Bailey, Baillie, Bailye, Bayley, Baylie

Bailye, Richard, 80 [116]

", see Bailey, Baillie, Baily, Bayley, Baylie

Bainbrigge, John, gent., 65 (2)

Baker, Alexander, 166, 286

", Damarise, 296

", George, 285

", George, clerk, 202

", Henry, 279, 294

", John, 56, 171, 256, 260

", John, gent., 338 (2)

", Laurence, 100

Baker, Michael, 264

", Nathaniell, 271

", Richard, 29

", Simon, 28

", Thomas, 379

", of Westminster, The dutch, 384

Baker's Arms Alley, Rosemary Lane, Stepney, 258

Baldayn, John, esq., gentleman porter of the Tower of London, 272

Baldwin, Benjamin, 368

", Elizabeth, 368

Baliol Oxford, Master and Scholars of, 43

Balme alias Hickabusie, William, 62

Banbury, Lord Knowles, earl of, 32

", Henry, 250

Band strings, see Apparel, prices of

Bands, Cutwork, 42

", see Apparel, prices of

Bane, John, 40

Banke, (?) co. Chester, 47, 132

Bankes, Alan, 113

Bannifeild, Daniel, 315, 316

Baptism, Depraving the sacrament of, 92 (2), 121 (3), 179

", Obtaining goods, &c., for a fictitious, 332

Baptizing a cat in derision of the sacrament of baptism, 179

Barbadoes, Unlawfully transporting an apprentice to the, and there selling him for a slave for 1,600 lbs. weight of sugar, 336

", Conventiclers to be transported to the, 352, 355, 356, 357 (2), 358, 359, 360

", Enticing a female to go to the, conveying her on board ship, &c., against her will, and selling her for 40s., 230

", Enticing, inveigling, &c., persons on board ships to transport them to the, 185, 259, 261, 263, 266, 269 (3), 302

", A prisoner taken in arms at Worcester, assigned for the, 246

", Prisoner to be transported to the, or some place beyond the sea, 184

Barbadoes, Prisoners pardoned on condition of going to the, within two months, and remaining out of England for seven years, 334, 337, 339

", Accusing a person of being a spirit and sending a maid to the, 259

Barbel, Stealing, 54

Barbican, The, 62

Barcoale, John, gent, 195

Bardwell, Henry, 378

Barett, John, 360

", see Barret, Barrett

Bargain with an evil spirit, Indictment for making an impious, xi, 88

Barges, Michaell, 240

Barham, Edward, 290

Barker, Edward, 216

", John, 197

", Ralph, 51

", Thomas, 229

Barking, London, 249

Barkstead, John, lord, 272 (2)

Barksted, William, 188

Barley, Robert, 330

", Thomasine, 327

Barnardo, Francis, 81

", Philip, 80

Barnard's Inn, London, 221

Barnatt, John, 250

Barneby, Bryan, 72

Barnes, Elizabeth, 112

", John, esq. (justice of the peace), Insolent speaking of and to, 231

", Jonathan, 296

", Susan, 112

", Thomas, 285

", William, 281

Barnet, Joan, 375

", co. Hertford, 123

", see Friern Barnet

Barningham, co. Norfolk, 145

Barnsby Street, co. Surrey, 168

Baron, Robert, gent, 249

", Wilde, Lord chief, 213

", see Barron

Baronetcy, Forged letters and sign manual to obtain the grant of a, 81, 82, 118

Barraclough, William, 126

Barret, Anne, 223

", see Barett, Barrett

Barrett, Elizabeth, 295

", Mary, 380, 381

", Paul, gent., 223

", Thomas, 292

", William, 380

", William, gent., 388

", see Baret, Barret

Barron, John, 267

", see Baron

Barrowe, Samuel, 169

Bars, iron, Carrying away, 257, 276

Barter, John, 131

Bartholomew Lane, London, 242, 243

", Major, London, 164, see St. Bartholomew the Great

Bartholomew's, London, 341, see St. Bartholomew's

Bartle, Barbara, 216

Bartlett, Collabia, 39

", Elianor, 173

", Henry, 173

Barto, Captain (a priest), 265

Barton, Edward, 41

", John, 231

", Richard, 173

", William, 173

Bartten, Thomas, 307

Baseley, Daniell, 55

Baskevile, Thomas, gent., 205, see Baskervile, Baskerville

Baskervile, Anthony, 383

", Richard, 247, see Baskevile, Baskerville

Baskerville, Richard, 292, see Baskevile, Baskervile

Basketman, to collect victuals for poor prisoners in the gatehouse, Wages paid to, 101

Basons, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Bassett, Robert, 64

Bastard, Alice, 112, 113

", Henry, 112

", Order touching Nicholas Bacon, esq., accused of being the reputed father of a, 212

", Parish to be discharged for maintenance of a, 212

Bastards, 25, 27 (2), 42, 61

", Seditious speeches calling the king's children, 101, 103

Bastardy, Committal and flogging for, 12

Bastian, James Bastine alias, 222

Bastine, Edward, 292, 293

Bastine, James, 292, 293

", alias Bastian James, 222

Batchelor, Robert, 298

Bate, Thomas, 262

Bates, Dr. [justice of the peace], 49

", Thomas, esq., 71

Bath, co. Somerset, 143

Bather, Owen, 383

Bathurst, Bridget (or Bridgett), 291, 236

Baugh, Thomas, gent., 204

Bawdry, Suspicion of, 252

Bawdy-house, Common prostitutes taken out of a noted, 165

Bawdy-houses, 13

" ", Whores sitting at the doors of, 13

Baxter, Tobias, 235

Bayley, James, 303

", John, 170

", Thomas, 166

", see Bailey, Baillie, Baily, Bailye, Baylie

Baylie, John, esq., 289

", Richard, [80], 116

", Thomas, 86, 118

Baylie, William, 229

", see Bailey, Baillie, Baily, Bailye, Bayley

Bazeley, Daniel, 41

Beades, George, 164

Beads, Agate and crystal, 381

", Necklaces of glass, 225

Beake, Richard, 6

Beakers, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Beale, Henry, 322

", Peter Wright alias, clerk, 198, 199

Bear Garden, Publishing an intended assembly at the, 162

Beard, Abraham, 247

", brush, A silver case with a, 380

", Mary, 171

", Phillip, 248

Bearne, Francis, 174

", Thomas, 174

Beating an apprentice, 239

Beaver, Philip, 379 (2), 380

", see Bever

[Becconsall], Beckensall, and Beckenshall, co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Becke, Alice, 91

", John, 169

", Thomas, 259

Beckett, Thomas, 328

Beckensall [Becconsall], co. Lancaster, 46

Beckenshall [Becconsall], co. Lancaster, 134

Beckford, Thomas, gent., 329 (2)

Becom, John Johnson alias, 79

Bed, A feather, 36

", Headpiece for a, with lawn network, 17

", Tester for a, with bone-lace, 17

Bedfont, East, Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Bedolph, Peter Fitton alias, clerk, 116 (2)

Bedwell, Frances, 204

Bedworth [co. Warwick], Parish of, 39

Bee Lane, London, 171

Beech, John, 376

", Lane, 97

", " Cripplegate, 256

Beechley, Grace, 368

Beer and ale, Order as to rate per barrel for strong and small 1

" bottled, Selling, without licence, 251

" bowl, Silver, see Plate, prices of

" dray laden with barrels of, A, 320

" False measures of, 51, 52

" ale, &c., farmers in commission for collecting excise of, Counterfeit order directed to the, 265 (2)

" Mixing mercury (poison) with, 205

Beersley, William, 330

Bell, Henry, 15

", John, 256

"Belladine" silk, 351

Bellamy, William, gent., 55

Bellas, Fulke, 339

Bellasis, Sir Henry, K.B., 319

", John, esq., 319

Bellman crying in streets for a supposed lost person, 165

Bells, Corals set in gilt dockets with silver, 380

Belt, A silver buckle for a, 381

Belton, co. Rutland, 143

Belts, see Apparel, prices of

Benbow, Francis, 367

Bench, Common, A justice of the (Edward Atkyns), 220

", Upper, The chief justice of the, 210

Benevolence towards repairing Hillingdon church, Suit and petition for letters patent to collect a, 28

Beney, Adam, 193

Benfeild, Richard, 317

Benfield, Richard Peeters alias, 301

Bennett, Samuel, 299

Benninge, Humfrie, 167

Benson, Robert, 181

", William, 105

Bent, William, 277

Benthall, Walter, 330

Bentley, Katherine, 337

", co. Suffolk, 142

Bently, Michaell, 307

Beranger, Charles, 242, 243 (8)

Bere-church, Colchester, Westdoniland, alias, co. Essex, 43

Berkshire, earl of, A commission from, and reviling the, 363

Berks, co., 29, 64, 74, 140, 142, 146, 148

Berni, De, 324

Berrowe, James, gent., 153

Berry, John, 267, 300

", Thomas, 197

Berrye, William, 116

Berwick, co., 81

Best, Sara, 297

Beston-Gubballs [Preston Gubbals], co. Salop, 145

Bestowe, William, 178

Bethnal Green, co. Midd., 153, 158

" ", in Stepney, 20 335

" ", Assessment made at, for furnishing, &c., of the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

" ", Resisting, &c., the headborough of, 258 (2)

Bettenson, Peter, gent., 167

Betterton, Thomas, gent., 322

Betts, John, 184

", Lucy, 98

", Thomas, 320

Bevan, William, 311

", see Bevin, Bevyn

Bever, Anne, 2

", James, gent., 204

", see Beaver

Bevin, Humphrey, 50

", Thomas, 45

", see Bevan, Bevyn

Bevyn, Humphrey, 110

Bevyn, Rowland, 29

", see Bevan, Bevin

Beyton, Richard, 169

Beza, Thomas, 214

Bezer, Leonard, 302

", Sarah, 302

Bibby, John, 381

", Richard, 194

Bible with two clasps, 203

Bibles, 24, 36, 48

Bickenhead, William, 51

Bickerdike, Thomas, 99

Bickerstaffe, Roger, 330

Biddick, North, co. Durham, 47, 132

Bidgood (or Bigworth), Lawrence, 230 (2)

Bierley, Philip, esq., 86

", see Byerlye

Bigamists admonished, 235

Bigamy, 51, 235, 291, 300 (2)

Biggry, Abraham, 309

Bigworth (or Bidgood), Lawrence, 230 (2)

Bilcliff, Joseph, gent., 320

Bill, John, 37, 38

Billing, James, 376

", Mary, 296

Billingeres, Robert, 109

Billins, John, 230

Binks, Robert, 274

Binney, Alice, 334

Bird, John, 296, 339

", Thomas, 52, 214

Birding-piece, Fatal accident with a, 281

Birdseyes, John, 167

Biron, Elizabeth, 337

", see Byron

Biscuits, Naples, 319

Bishopgate, London, 86, 147, 242 (2), 243 (6), 250, 324, 325, 340

", Street, London, 181, 258, 312, 313, 340

Bishopp, Francis, 182

", Thomas, gent., 46, 132

Bishop's Hall, Bethnal Green, 153, 158

Bishops murdering rogues, &c., Seditious speech calling the, 368

Bit, bridle, A, 89

", snaffle, A, 89

Bits, Horse, 72

Blackamore, Women deluding a, in pretending to make a marriage for him, 274

Blackburne, Robert, gent., 243

", William, 333

Blackfriars, London, 147, 228, 245, 246, 265, 269, 341, 352, 359, 383

", Parish of, see St. Anne's, Blackfriars

Blackman, Nicholas, 360

Blackmore Park, co. Worcester, 145

Blackstone, Margaret, 126

Blackwall, co. Midd., 162, 326, 337

", in the parish of Stepney, 8, 10, 162 (3), 325

", A headborough of, 325

Blackwell, Jane, 125, 126

Blake, Richard, 188, 250

", Sir William, knt., 108

Blakeley, John, 330

Blakesley, Thomas, 327

Blanchwell, John, gent., 60, 61

Bland, George, gent., 89

Blaney (or Blayney), Ellinor, 211

Blanket, A, 36

Blasphemer to be suppressed from keeping any alehouse, &c., A, 216

" making a bargain with an evil spirit, 88

" Order touching a gross and revolting, 215

Blasphemous opinions against the Holy Trinity, Maintaining &c., 204 (2)

Blasphemy, 371

", Arraignment and trial for, 296

", &c., Committee appointed for atheistical, 197

Blay, Nicholas, 335

Blayney (or Blaney), Ellinor, 211

Bleadsoe, Edward, 257

Blewett, Peter, 367

Blisse, Leonidas Smith alias, 189

Blith, Nicholas, 330

", see Blyth

Bloomsbury, co. Midd., 143

", Inhabitants of, to be overseers of constables of, 14

", Notorious and other women at, 13

Blount, Anne, 237

Blundell, Katherine, 75

", Richard, 75 (2)

Blunston, John, 310

Blunstone, John, 309

Blyth, Thomas, 229

", see Blith

Board, alias Home, Mary, 296

Boar's Head Yard, Whitechapel, 364

Bodkin, Gold, see Jewellery, prices of

", A (weapon), 21

Bodmyn, Thomas, 27

", William, 27

Bodney, co. Norfolk, 145, 147

Bodwean, co. Carnarvon, 271

Bogg, John, 303

Bohemia, The sign of (tavern) at Chiswick, 49

Boles, Edward, 236

Bolster, A, 36

Bolt, Henry, 212

Bolton, Adam, keeper of the new prison, 3

", Constance, 379

", Edward, 248

", Elizabeth, 121

", John, 113

", Mary, 327

Bomer, John, 182

Bone, Edward, 330

", lace, 17, 33, 360

Bonnett, George, 54

Bonney, . . ., 274

Bood, Roger, 179

Book, A silver, 232

Books, 13, 24, 35, 36 (2). 48, 72, 80 (2), 203, 232, 240, 379

", Bibles, 24, 36, 48, 203

", Christianity, The practice of, 36

", Devotions for mass, &c., 240 (2)

", Dictionary, Rider's, 13

", Edward the third, The first part of, 13

", " " A quadragesimo of, 13

", Finche's work, 13

", Government of virtue, The, 48

", Henry the fourth, 13

", Holy court, The, 379

", Litany, A catholic, 240 (2)

", Littleton (in French), 13

", Practice of Christianity, The, 36

", Psalm book, A, 203

", "Silver book," A, 232

", Treatise of faith, The, 24

", Catholic prosecution for printing, 240 (2)

", presenting, a false pretence to get into houses and pilfer, 279

Boot hose, see Apparel, prices of

Bootey, William, 271

Booth, Sir George, 308

Booth, George, 217

", John, 126

", alias Cavilear, John, 85, 86

", William, 248

Boots. Stealing, 68

", see Apparel, prices of

Bordall, William, 330

Bosgrave, George, 62, 63

Bosse, Isaac, 335 (2)

Bosseley, Edward, 62, 63

Bosson, Richard, gent., 171

Boston, co. Lincoln, 204

Bostwicke, Grace, 295

Boswell, John, 280

Bottesworth, co. Lincoln, 48, 65, 133, 141

Bottled wine and beer, Selling, without a licence, 251

Bottles, Leather wine, xiv.

", Silver, see Plate, prices of

Boughton Blean, co. Kent, 76

Bourne, Alexander, 285

Boveile, Richard, gent., 180

Bow, Threatening and offering violence to the headborough of, 196

", Lane, London, 356, 359

Bowden, Dorothy, 339

", Thomas, 208

Bowers, Margaret Cole alias, 270

Bowkers, Thomas, coroner for Westminster, 182

Bowl, beer, A, 28

Bowles, John, 36

Bowling alley, Keeping a, 202

Bowlinge, Samuel, 35, 36

Bowls, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Bowman, William, 212

Bows and arrows, Hunting without licence with, 93

" ", Shooting with, 93, 190

Bowyer, Grace, 256

Box covered with canvas, A, 388

", mother-of-pearl, A, 275

", Taking away a wooden, 291

Boxe (or Box), alias Cherry, Grace, 223 (2), 224, 293

Boxes with drawers, Dressing, 275

", covered with velvet and gold lace, &c., 35

", Silver, see Plate, prices of

Boyden, John, 54

Boyle, Henry, 379 (2), 380

", Morgan, 383

Boyes, Susan, 179

Boys, William, 332

Bracebridge, co. Lincoln, 133

Bracelets, see Jewellery, prices of

Brackendall, co. Norfolk, 147

Bradbridge, Richard, 384

Bradford, Nicholas, 5

", William, 112

Bradley, William, 319

Bradlye, George Laborne alias, clerk, 116 (2)

Bradshaw, Ralph, 381

Bradshawe, Anthony, 263

", John, 293

Bradway, Edward, 335

", Thomas, 322

Brainfeild [Bramfield], co. Suffolk, 145

Braint, George, 153

Braintree, co. Essex, 204 (2)

Brakes, John. 372

Bramell, John, xv, 254

[Bramfield] Brainfeild, co. Suffolk, 145

Brampton, co. Norfolk, 145

", co. Suffolk, 145

Bramston, Francis, esq., 202

Branded, Persons, 2, 4, 22, 23, 24, 30, 36, 41 (2), 43, 57, 60, 64, 69, 72, 85, 102, 109, 123, 124, 125 (2), 200, 215, 225, 233, 234, 244, 248, 255, 256, 258, 267, 287, 296 (2), 297 (9). 298 (10), 299 (12), 300 (7), 301 (6), 319, 320, 325, 379, 383, 389

", " in London, 73, 126, 127

", and sent to ho. of correction to remain there until transported, Felon, 293

", previously, Felon, sentenced to be hanged, 297

", Felons, and sent to Bridewell, 108, 125

", on the thumb, 48

Branding of persons deferred, 40, 61, 191

", Reprisoned after, 30

Brandish, Gilbert, 22

Brandon, Joseph, gent., 87, 88

Brandy out of a cellar, Suspicion of taking, 387

Brankley, Francis, 330

Bransbye, Robert, 21

Branston, co. Leicester, 76

Brasingdale, John, 174

Brass enamelled buttons, 208

", Clamps of, belonging to a furnace, 214

", pan, A, 72

", plate of a dial, with silver circle, A, 95

", pot, A, 72

", sun dials, 95

Brawling, 174, 240, 317, 318, 333

Bray, co. Berks, 74, 142

", Nicholas, 252

", William, 319

Braynt, Richard, 42

", Sara, 42

Braywood, Richard, gent., 387

Brazill, George, 266

Breach, James, gent., 378

Bread Street, London, 118

Breeches, see Apparel, prices of

Breese, Edward, 182

Brend, William, 330

Brent, William, gent., 56

Brentford, co. Midd., 117

", New, 12, 16, 20, 35, 58, 129, 130, 135. 137. 139, 146, 153, 175

", " Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", Old, co. Midd., 45

", " Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Brett, Sir Alexander, knt., Captain, 17

Brewer, George, 289

", Mary, 207

", Roger, 207

", William, gent, 282

Brewers not to set their drays in the streets, day or night, &c, 227

Brian, Reginald, gent, 147

", see Bryan

Brice, John, 330

", see Bryce

Brickbats, Throwing, 32

Bridewell, deserter sent to, A, 122

", Felons branded and sent to, 108, 125

", Old, London, 168

Bridge, George, 242

Bridge, John Bucke alias, gent., 251

", in Bushey Park, Pulling up a wooden, and throwing it into the river there, 382

", Chertsey, 29

", within the parish of St. Andrew's, Holborn, Order to repair a certain, 218

", leading from St. Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, to Kingsland, Order to repair the, 230, 231

", at Shoreditch, Order to break open a fence for use of passengers, &c., during the repair of the, 231

Bridges, Anthony, 360

", Ellen, 360

", Thomas, 362

", William Tayler alias, 28

Bridgman, Sir Orlando, knt. and bart. (chief justice), 373 [374]

Bridle, A, 314

", bit, A, 89

Brill, Apolonia Ha . . . . De, 387

Bringwyn, co. Hereford, 147

Briscoe, William, 371

Brisley, Daniel, 339

Bristol stones, Gold rings set with, 32, 232

Britain, Little, London, 173, 178

Britten, Dennis, gent., 25

Britteridge, William, 274

Broadholme, co. Nottingham, 48, 133

Bromley, St. Leonard's, 5, 26

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Brompton, John, 72

", co. Midd, 161 (2)

Bromvaile, Francis, gent., 180

Bronker, Sir William, knt., 38

Brooke, Anthony, 165

", James, 319

", alias Captain Smith, Dorrell White alias Thomas, 198

Brookes, Henry, 55

", John, 317

", Robert, lord, 39

", Thomas, 12, 24

Broom staves, 43, 71

Brooman, William, 249

Broome, Henry, 46, 131

Broomehall, co. Westmoreland, 45, 134

Broomsticks, Lending mutinous seamen, 225

Brothels, &c., see Bawdy-houses, Napping, &c.

Brotherton, Nicholas, 168

", co. York, 98

Broughton, . . . . . 295

", co. Lancaster, 45, 47, 132, 134

Brown, John, 326

Browne, Adam, 21

", Alexander, 316, 318

", Alice, 290

", Dominic, 166

", Garrett, 115

", Henry, gent., 248

", " 29

", James, 305

", " clerk, 83, 117

", " Younge alias, 89 [90]

", John, 216, 271, 299, 305

", " Harrington alias, 188

", Richard, 271

", Thomas, gent., 204

", " xi, 88, 89, 314, 319, 327

", William, 48, 186, 330, 387

Brownlow, Edward, gent., 326

Broxholme, John, gent., 383

Brumley, Dorothy, 191

Brumpton, Anthony, 330

Bruncker, Sir William, knt, 163

Brunt, Sibil, 40

", Thomas, 40

Brush, A silver case with a beard, 380

Bryan, John, 60, 61

", Richard, 256

", Robert, 8

", see Brian

Bryce, Thomas, 56, 111

", see Brice

Brydall, Edward, gent, 318

Bryers, Thomas, 217, 253

Brym [Bryning (?)], co. Lancaster, 133

Bryn [Bryning (?)], co. Lancaster, 47

Bucher, Tobias, 164

Buck, Unlawfully breaking into Marylebone park and killing a, 190

Bucke, John, 264

", alias Bridge, John, gent., 251

Buckhurst, Charles, lord, 319

Buckingham, Benjamin, 312

", Assizes of the co., 28

", Sign manual addressed to the Judges of Assize for the co., 28

", Clerk of the Peace for co., 28

Buckland, co. Kent, 39

Buckle for a belt, A silver, 381

Buckler, Stephan, 320

Bucklers Berry [Bucklersbury], London, 241 (3)

Buckles, see Apparel, prices of

Bucknam, Paul, gent., 319, 320

Buckner, Walter, 269

Bucks, co., 102, 146, 167, 185, 197, 270

", in the west bailiwick of Enfield chase, Unlawfully entering and killing, 189, 190, 191 (2)

", Unlawfully shooting, in Enfield chase, Marylebone park, &c., 189, 190, 191 (2)

Buckton, co. York, 81

Buckwell, George, 170

", John, 170

Budbrooke, co. Warwick, 45, 134, 136

Budd, Elizabeth, 334

Bugbie's hole, 274, 278

Bull, John, 190

", Keeping a, to be baited, 231

", and Mouth, in the parish of SS. Anne and Agnes, ward of Aldersgate, London, Conventicles held at the meeting house at the, 352, 353, 356 (2), 357 (3), 358 (2), 359 (2)

Bullaker, Thomas, clerk, 83, 84, 117

Bullets, Golden, 268

Bullocke, Rebecca, 297

", Thomas, 294

Bum, William, 161

Bunne, William, 16

Burden, Richard, 244

Burford, Richard, 164

Burges, Isaac, 225

Burglaries, Order to prosecute for, 196

Burglars, A bag found in the custody of, 196

", A companion of, 256

Burglary, 10, 13, 21, 35, 37, 52, 60, 79, 87, 91, 95, 188, 189, 192, 203, 204, 210, 213, 218, 222, 264, 267, 268, 273, 298 (3), 372, 381

Burglary, Acquittals of, 28, 32, 34, 68, 73, 124, 218, 251, 257, 280, 297 (4), 299, 300 (2), 301(2), 326, 379, 380

", " for, but reprisoned, 9, 90

", Charged on suspicion of committing a, and recognizances of £1,000 each to appear, &c, 207

", at Horton, co. Bucks, 270

Burino lege (sic) silk, Spun, 351

Burke, Edward, 60, 61

", Elizabeth, 290 (2)

", Thomas, 290

Burkingham, co. Worcester, 147

Burland, co. York, 46, 131

Burley, Anne, 204

Burliston, Mary, 209, 210

Burman, Richard, 33, 34

Burnaby, Richard, 2

Burne, Gregory, gent., 331

Burning, Prisoner sentenced to death by, 42

Burnley, co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Burnt to death for coining, Sentenced to be, 285

" " Women (sentences), 107 (2), 109, 110, 111 (2)

" " for murdering husbands, Women sentenced to be, 285 (2)

" in the hand, Notorious thieves, 265

Burraes, Lady, 101

Burroughes, Robert, 177

Burrowes, John, 126

", John Pudsey alias, 125

Burt, Francis, 340

Burton, Anne, 126

", Cæsar, 182

", John, gent., 275

", John, 177

", Margaret, 275

", co. Worcester, 142

Bush Inn, Staines, The, 3

Bushee, William, 167

Busher, Michael, 316

Bushey, co. Hertford, 81

", Park, Breaking into and injuring the gates and pales of, 382

Bushey Park, Pulling up a wooden bridge in, and throwing it into the river there, 382

Busshey, Sarah, 223

Butcher, William, 44

Butchers trading on the Sabbath-day, Order for the suppression of xii, 13, 14

Butler, James, esq., 320

", John, gent., 60, 61

", John, 246

", Robert, 116

Butterfeild, Henry, 102

Buttery, Ralph, 45, 134

Buttlebury [Bucklebury], co. Berks, 146

Button, Thomas, 327

Buttons, Brass enamelled, 208

", Gold, 251

", Silver, 381

", Silver plate, 380

Byde alias West alias Fremasons Hessey, Francis, 29

Byerlye, William, esq., 150

", see Bierley

Byfeild, Mr. Adoniram, 187

", Christopher, 164

", Nathaniel, clerk, 28

Byelaws touching highways, Surveyors to distrain for breaches of, 229

" and orders relating to highways of different parishes, 228

" Ratification, &c. of, made for preservation of highways, 226, 227, 229

Byron, Elizabeth, 279, 321

", William, 279, 321

", see Biron

C.

Cabell, Richard, 161

", see Cable

Cabinet, Letters taken in the king's [at Naseby], 99, 184

", of mother-of-pearl, A, 201

Cabinets, 24, 35

Cable, William, 55

", see Cabell

Cage, &c., for St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, A, 12

Cakes, Sugar, 319

Calamanco, Price of, 9

Calcott, Hanrra, 332

", John, 119

", William, 103

Calliley, co. Northumberland, 46, 134

Calvert, John, gent., 96

Cambrics, Stealing, 27, 307

Cambridge, co., 383

", Robbers executed at, 253

Can, see Plate, prices of

Canary wine, Bottles of, xiv, 200, 332

Candles, Stealing wax, 57

Candlesticks, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Canes, 208, 214

Cannon, Edward, clerk, 77, 114 (3)

", Street, London, 243 (2), 340

Cant, John, 387

Canterbury, co. Kent, 146

Cantrell, Edward, 375

Cap, see Apparel, prices of

Capell, Anne, 294

Capien, Thomas, 98

Capper, Richard, 297

Carcanet (or Carconet), see Jewellery, prices of

Card come before your card" "My (game), 32

Cards, 202

", Cheating at, 32

", &c., in an alehouse on the Sabbath day, Playing at, 161

Carkys, Richard, gent., 160

Carlisle, James, earl of, 91, 178

Carnarvon, co., 271

Caroll, Cornelius, 182

Carpenter alias Phibby Jack, Richard, 42

Carpet, A crimson velvet, printed with an acorn flower, &c., 97

", Turkey, A, 32

Car, Sir William, knt., 81, [118]

", see Carr, Carre

Carr, James, esq., 100

", Sir Robert, bart., 80

", William, gent., 338

", William, [81], 118

", see Car, Carre

Carre, John, 62, 63

", Thomas. 21

", see Car, Carr

Carriers, Orders touching highways and common, 195

Carrington, Edward, 164

Carrion, Dead, not to be cast into the highways or ditches, 226

Carryll, Dennis, gent., 368

", Thomas, gent., 368

Carswell, Priscilla, 296

Cart against a coach, &c., Wilfully running a, 165

", stopping a coach in the road, &c., A, 230

", see Carts

Carte, Richard, 68

Carter, Edward, 248

", Gregory, 113

", Harbert Caster alias, 144

", John, 387

", John Caster alias, 144

", Lane, London, 80

", Mary, 126

", Sylvester Carter alias, 144

", Thomas, 298

", William, 314

Carters, carriers and waggoners, Order to apprehend, carrying above twenty hundredweight, &c., 196

Carts, &c., Highways damaged by excessive weights carried upon waggons, 196, 227

", Night, not to be overfilled to scatter soil in the streets, &c., 227, 228

", Wheels of, not to be shod with iron, but slugs only, 227, 229

", see Cart

Cartwright, George, 3

Carver, George, 161

", James, 85, 161 (2)

", Mary, 85

", Thomas, 334

Case with beard brush, A silver, 380

" John, 387

Casements, Iron, and frames for, 276

Caser, Margarett, 266

", Thomas, 266

Caske, William, 231, 232

Cason, Ralph, 189

Caster alias Carter, Harbert, 144

" " " John, 144

" " " Sylvester, 144

Castle Morton, co. Worcester, 54, 136

" William, 176

Castlehandley alias Potters Handley, co. Worcester, 54, 137

Castors, Demi- Hats called, 73 (2), 271, 316

Cat, Baptizing a, 179

Catherine, Queen, Seditious and treasonable speeches against, 306, 309

Catholic books, see Books

" priests, see Priests, &c.

Catlyn, Edward, esq., 65

Catmose [Catmore], co. Berks, 146

Caudle cups, see Plate, prices of

Cavalier kept prisoner, A, 328

Cavaliers were the honestest men in the kingdom, Saying the, 185

Cavee, John, 336

Cavilear, John Booth alias, 85, 86

Cavileer (or Cavileere), Anne, 329 (2)

" (or Cavileere), Isaac (or Isaack), 329 (2)

Cavileere (or Cavaleer), Anne, 329 (2)

" (or Cavileer), Isaac (or Isaack), 329 (2)

Cawdell, Alice, 285

Cawdy Grange, co. Chester, 47, 132

Ceeley, Thomas, 31

Century, &c., A confection of, 50

Certificate, An unlawful marriage procured by a false, 234

", Form of, to be used in the case of Recusants refusing to take the oath of abjuration, &c., 238, 239

", of marriage, before a justice of the peace, A, 223

", seaman's counterfeit, A, 232 (2)

Certificates, Forging, 334

", made to the lord keeper of losses sustained at sea and by fire, 16 (2)

Certiorari, writ of, Indictment certified in the king's bench by, 116

", produced in Court and allowed, 190

", writs of, Recusants producing, which were allowed by the Court, 155, 156

", writs of, Recusants producing, after conviction, a, 155, 157

", writs of, to be returned into the king's bench by Recusants, 154 (2), 155 (4), 156 (3), 157 (6), 158 (9), 159

Cesar, Ferdinando, 75

Chacret, John, 224

", Katherine, 224

Chacret, see Chacrett, Chatred, Chetrost, Sacrett

Chacrett alias Sacrett, Christian, 239

" see Chacret, Chatred, Chetrost, Sacrett

[Chaddesley Corbett], Chadgley Corbett, co. Worcester, 43, 45, 134

Chaddleworth, or Chaddleword, co. Berks, 146

Chadgley Corbett [Chaddesley Corbett], co. Worcester, 43, 45, 134

Chadway, William, 330

Chaffee, Mathew (or Matthew), 307, 308

Chains, see Jewellery, prices of

Chairs, Gilt leather, 258

Chalice, see Plate, prices of

Challener, George, 330

Chamber, William, 182

", see Chambers

", pot, silver, A, 79

Chamberlayne, Edward, gent., 249

Chambers, Cristofer, 38

", Mr. Doctor, 166

", Ellenor, 38

", Michael, gent., 24

", see Chamber

Chamborowe, Robert, 72

Chancery Lane, co. Midd., 26, 37, 44, 58, 98, 128, 129, 130 (2), 135, 139, 165. 167, 186, 261, 318

" ", &c., Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

" ", The pillory in, 22, 107

Chapman, Anthony, 304

", Benjamin, 265

", Edward, 270

", John, gent., 205

", John, 160, 197, 310

", John, junior, 102

", John, senior, 102

", William, 375

Chappell, Susanna Grant alias, 233, 234

Charculne, co. Stafford, 48

Chare, John, 330

Chareavent, Joachin, 57

Charing Cross, 269

" ", The High Street from, 100

" ", Rioters proceeding from Moorfields to, on the sabbath-day, 102

Charing Cross, &c., Petition of scavengers to fine hackney coaches exceeding six obstructing at, 101, 105

" ", Cleansing of streets near, 101

" ", St. Martin's Lane, near, 382

Charles I., 61, 66, 101, 197 [205, 206], 215

", dwelling - house called St. James's house, Burglary at, xi, 79

", Cabinet with letters of [taken at Naseby] 99, 184

", Coroners of, household, &c., 61

", (the martyr king), 206 (2)

", To answer for the murder of, 365

", Pardons granted by, and allowed by the Court, 126

", A gold ring with a picture of, on it, 380

", Seditious and treasonable speeches against, 43, 74, 81, 87, 88, 89, 93, 97, 103, 114, 119 (3), 120 (5), 126, 127, 176, 177 (3), 178, 179 (2), 183, 186 (2), 304 (2), 305

", Stealing goods of, 41, 56, 57, 69, 85

Charles II.'s dwelling-house, Whitehall, Burglary at, 379, 380

" Drinking the health of, 250

" Engraving, printing and publishing a picture with inscription (given) of, 206 (2), 207, 286

" A picture of, set in gold with a pearl hanging at it, 380

" Seditious and treasonable speeches against. 302, 303 (3), 304 (6), 305 (3), 306 (3), 307 (2), 309 (4), 310, 311 (2), 312, 316 (2), 317 (2), 324, 327 (3), 335 (2), 338 (4), 339 (2)

" and general Monk, Treasonable words wishing, were hanged, &c., 303

Charles, Prince, see Wales, Charles, prince of

Charley, co. Leicester, 76

Charlton, co. Kent, 76

Charterhouse Lane, Midd., 31, 48, 154

" ", in St. Sepulchre's, London, 154

" ", Inhabitants of, to be overseers of constables of, 14

" ", Notorious and other women at, 13

" Yard, in the parish of St. Sepulchre's, co. Midd., 241, 244, 245 (4), 247

Chateculme, co. Stafford, 133

Chatto, . . . . . Du, gent., 323

Chatred, John Chetrost alias, 99

", see Chacret, Chacrett, Chetrost, Sacrett

Cheapside, London, 118, 265, 340

", &c., Conspirators to cheat to stand upon a stool, &c., upon a market day in, 102, 125

", The pillory in, 70 (2)

Cheat, Conspiracy to defraud and, 102, 125

Cheating, 4, 32, 165, 261

", A heavy fine for, 70 (2)

", by the new way called the Trepan, 221 (2)

Checker Yard, Dowgate, 165

Checkerwright, John, 351

Cheeck Lane, near Smithfield, St. Sepulchre's, 386

Cheese, Suffolk, Stealing, 37

Chelsea, co. Midd., 18, 27, 32, 139, 205

", Parish of, 27, 205

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", college, A Dutch prisoner released out of, 380

", Little, 161

Cheney, Thomas, 285

Cherrington, William, 126

Cherry, Grace Boxe (or Box) alias, 223 (2), 224, 293

Chertsey Bridge, 29

Chesham, co. Bucks, 185

Chesson, Katherine, 36

", Richard, 36

Chest, An iron, 273

Chester [John Bridgeman], bishop of, 166

Chester, co., 47, 132

", George, 10

", The see of, 166

Chesterfield, Philip, earl of, 272 (2)

Chestnuts, 319

Chetrost, Christiana, 99, 100

", alias Chatred, John, 99

", see Chacret, Chacrett, Chatred, Sacrett

Chick Lane, 257

" ", and Saffron hill, Bridge leading over the sewer between, to be repaired, &c., 218, 219

Child, Hindering execution of a warrant to search for a, 224

", John, 297

Childe, Robert, 326

", Thomas, 99

Childerton, Benjamin, 316, 317, 318

Children, Enticing away, under false pretences, to carry them to the Barbadoes, 185, 239, 259

", to transport them to St. Christopher's Island, Suspicion of taking up, 233

", into houses from infected places, Receiving, 375 (2)

", Order made for weekly payment for the maintenance of, 220

", to pilfer from their parents, Enticing, 319

", Inveigling, to convey them to the plantations, &c., beyond the seas, 181, 253, 259

", &c., in the streets, Taking up, by persons commonly called spirits, 185, 224, 239 (2)

", Falsely reporting a person to be a spirit or inveigler of, from their parents, 181 (2)

", Committing a riot upon a woman, saying she was a spirit, and took away, 182

", see Kidnappers, Spirits, &c.

Chimney money would prove a worse burden than the ship money, Seditious speech saying that the, 339

China cup and dishes, A, 275

Chinchin, Cornelius, 349

", William, 349

Chipping-Wicken [Wycombe], co. Bucks, 167

Chiswell Street, London, 161, 185, 329, 340

Chiswick, co. Midd., 20, 26, 35, 44, 49, 58 (2), 66, 130, 136, 137, 139 (3), 141, 142, 143, 144 (2), 147, 153, 177

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", A lunatic in the queenmother's house at, 170

", Outrages committed in houses at, by a lunatic, 170

", Tavern at, called "The sign of Bohemia," 49

Christ Church, London, 194, 241, 244, 249, 325

" ", in Norwich, co. Norfolk, 147

Christianity, Practice of, The (a book), 36

Christening cup, A silver, 332

Christopher, . . ., 279

Christopher's Island, America, 233

" ", see St.Christopher's

Chudleigh, Sir John, knt., 39

Church, Francis, 365

", John, 376

", Mihill, 266

"", is no true church," To answer for saying the, 181

", Prosecutions for not attending, on the Lord's day, 175 (2), 181

Churchwardens, &c., refusing to make an assessment in their hamlets towards defraying the charges contracted in the late visitation in maintaining the visited poor, 387

Churchyard Alley, Rosemary Lane, 371

Circle, A silver, 95

Cistern, leaden, A, 57

[Claines], Claymes (or Clannes), co. Worcester, 55, 136

Clannes (or Claymes), [Claines], co. Worcester, 55, 136

Clapham, Parish of, co. Sussex, 76

Clappam, Thomas, 4

Claret, French wine called, 332

Clarke, Alice, 111

", Christopher, 181

", Daniel, 167

", Edmond, 303

", Gilbert, 334

Clarke, Henry, 173

", Joan (or Joane), 168, 237

", John, 52, 160 (2), 258, 316, 330

", Laurence, gent., 331

", Richard, 168

", Thomarshe, gent., 214 (2)

", Thomas 41

", William, 57, 306

", see Clerke

Clasp, A silver, for a coat, 250

Clavell, Richard, 214, 289

Claver, William, 334

Claveringe, Sir John, knt., 46, 134

Claxbie (or Claxby), co. Lincoln, 65, 133, 141

Claydon, Barnaby, 332

Claymes (or Clannes), [Claines], co. Worcester, 55, 136

Clayton, co. Lancaster, 48, 133

Clement's Inn, 73

" ", The footways and fields near, 59

" ", The gunpowder house in, 59, 60

" ", Inhabitants &c. of, 59

Clensy, Daniel, 322

Clergy, Benefit of, 2, 4, 22, 23, 24, 30 (2), 34, 36, 40, 41 (2), 43, 57, 60, 61, 64, 69 (2), 72, 73, 85, 102, 109, 123, 124, 125 (2), 127, 191, 215, 218, 225, 233, 234, 244, 248, 256, 258, 267, 287, 293, 296 (2), 297 (7), 298 (7), 299 (11), 300 (6), 301 (5), 319, 320, 325, 379, 383, 389

", " disallowed, 127

", " Felon after receiving, sent to Bridewell, 125 (2)

", " Felon after receiving, to remain in prison, except he depart the kingdom, &c., 123

", " Ineffectual pleadings for, 36, 69

", " refused, having had it previously, 221, 280

Clergy, Benefit of, prisoner after receiving, sent to prison, and to be whipt, 109

Clergymen, Prosecutions for scandalous speeches against, 171 (3), 174 (2), 183, 185

Clerke, Hugh, 268

", John, 290

", Joseph, 296

", Margaret, 290

", Peter, 297

", Timothy, Ph.D., 290

", William, 48

", see Clarke

Clerkenwell, co Midd., 12, 16, 17 (2), 20, 25, 26, 31, 35, 38, 42, 44, 52, 54. 56, 57, 58 (2), 59, 66, 82 (2), 86, 90, 91, 95, 96, 104 (2), 128, 129, 130, 131, 135 (2), 137, 138, 139 (2) 141. 142 (2), 143, 144 (2), 146, 147, 148 (2), 153, 154, 158 (2), 161, 163, 164 (2), 167, 174, 175, 176, 179, 182, 194, 202, 205, 219, 220 (2). 228, 245, 251, 259, 269, 272, 274 (2), 278, 279 (2), 305, 306, 333, 336, 337, 381, 382, 383, 384 (2), 387, 388

", Parish of St. James's, see St. James's, &c.

", Assessment or rate to be made for maintenance of 100 aged and blind persons incapable to labour, in the new workhouse at, 337

", Order made for an assessment or rateto be made in certain parishes (named) for furnishing the new workhouse at, 337

", Bellman, constable or warder of, compounding a felony, 55

", Church, Entering the vestry of, and disturbing a meeting of parishioners there, 278, 279

", Constable of, 279 (2)

", Constables and churchwardens of, to shut up and mark a house infected with the plague, 71

Clerkenwell Green, co. Midd., 71

" The highway at, 194

" Inhabitants of, assessed for relief of persons infected, &c., 62

" Parishioners of, Red Bull playhouse hired of the, at the rate of 20s. per diem, &c., 279

" New Prison, Committal to the, 216

" ", A professed jewess committed to the, 186

" ", Keeper of the, 186

" Stock to be furnished to employ 600 poor at the new workhouse at, 337

Cleyton, Fayth, 279

Cliffe, James, gent., 335

Clifford, John, 350

Clifford's Inn, 195, 260

Clift, John, 385

Clifton, Sir Jarvase, knt. and bart., 27

Clint, co. York, 46, 132

Clipping and filing coins, 56

Cliviger, co. Lancaster, 48, 133

Cloak, Pawning a, in part payment for press money, 163

", see Apparel, prices of

Cloake, Joan, 22

", John Ph.D., 256

Cloiscailes, Ninepins alias (an unlawful game), 202

Cloth, broad, Stealing, 66

", canvas horse, A, 251

", cushion, A, 29

", Linen, called damask, 79

", Sack, 27

", Scotch, 27

", of silver, 17, 33, 90

", A table, 35

", &c., A velvet saddle, 191

", Woollen, 125 (2), 126

", see Cloths

Clothes of an apprentice baked to destroy vermin, 231

Clothier, Thomas, 385

Cloths, cradle, Lawn, 29

Cloths, Neck, see Apparel, prices of

", table, Damask, 29, 79

", see Cloth

Clunne, Walter, 350

Coach, Breaking the axle-tree of a, 165

", Casting dirt upon people in a, 230

", horses, Reins for, 21

", Stopping a, with a cart, and whipping a servant, &c., 230

", Wilfully running a cart against and damaging a, 165

Coaches, Hackney, plying for fares againsi the Exchange from CoventGarden, 100, 105 (2)

", " unlicensed, 252

Coachmakers, wheelwrights, &c., not to block up the streets with carriages, timber, &c., 227

Coachman asleep on his box, A, 110

" Uncivil, ordered to be kept in prison, &c., 110

" James, 337

Coal-heaving, Idle persons living out of service under pretence of, 169 (2), 170

" Sea, price of, per chaldron, 16

Coals, Order made touching the price of, 212

", Regrating, 16

Coapland, William, 260

Coat, see Apparel, prices of

Coates, Thomas, 296

Cobbett, Thomas, 24

Cobham, Alexander, 3

Cobweb lawn, 30

Cock-fighting, near Wellclose, Unlawful assembly and game of, 247, 248

" stealing, 96

" whipping on Shrove Tuesday, 258 (2)

Cockerell, Thomas Cokin alias, 112

[Cockerton ?], Couxton (or Coxton), co. Durham, 45, 134

Cockes, Joan, 171

", see Cocks, Cox, Coxe

Cockpit, Drury Lane, Acting a public stage play at the, contrary to law, 282

", players silenced on account of the plague, 6

Cocks, Anthony, 19

Cocks, see Cockes, Cox, Coxe

Coellio, Pedro, gent., 219

Confection of rhubarb, century, &c., 50

Cogan, John, 137, see Coggen, Coggin

Coggen, John, 12, see Cogan, Coggin

Coggin, John, 135, see Cogan, Coggen

Cognizances on footmen's coats, 79

Coif, see Apparel, prices of

Coin, Old silver, 236

Coining, 57 (2), 67, 72, 91, 108, 111, 112, 118, 119, 194, 263, 285, 297

", Copper, brass, lead, tin, and other false metals used in, 57 (2), 67, 263

", Sentence, to be burnt to death for, 285

", and uttering, 67, 72, 91, 108

Coins, Clipping and filing, 56

", Counterfeit, see Money

Cokin alias Cockerell, Thomas, 112

Colchester, co. Essex, 43, 233

Cole, Captain, 230

", John, 278, 376

", Joseph Johnson alias, 10

", alias Bowers, Margaret, 270

", Richard, 279

", Robert, 163

", Thomas, 20, 26, 129, 130(2), 131, 135, 136 (2), 139

", William, 130

", Yard, St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, 307

Coleharbor [? Coldharbor] Lane, 84

Coleman, Ellis, 253

", Street, London, 113, 165, 177, 254

", " in St. Andrew's, 310

", " St. Stephen's, London, 377

", Thomas, 375

", Walter, clerk, 78, 114 (3)

", Zachariah, 190

Collars, see Apparel, prices of

Colledge, George, x, 35, 36

", Robert, 273

Colley, John, 64

Collier, Elizabeth, 377

", James, 377

Collins, George, 335

", Honora, 337

", John, 233

", Thomas, 194, 264, 281

Collision of a cart against a coach, 165

Colhson, William, 162 (2)

Colpott, Thomas, 308

Colston Bassett, co. Nottingham, 133

Colt, George, 215 (2)

Colton Bouchamp, 193

Colvey, John, 23

Comeings, Christopher, 365

Commission granted for examination of persons as may have knowledge of the stealing of goods to the value of £40,000, 78

" to try the "Portugals," Special, 290

Commissions, &c., from Charles Stuart, Suspected of receiving and dispersing, 250

Commissioners of oyer and terminer, Warrant from, to embark, &c., conventiclers, 362, [364, 367, 370]

" of sewers, Reviling the, 332

Committee appointed for atheistical blasphemy, &c., 197

" at Ely house, Disturbing the, 260

" of examinations, The, 93

" of the ho. of commons, Indictment and committal to prison made by order of the, 124

Committees, Reviling parliament and their, 102

Common Bench, Edward Atkyns, a justice of the, 220

" Pleas, Lord chief justice of the [373], 374

" ", Sir Nicholas Hide, knt., chief justice of the, 29

" ", Sir William Jones, knt, justice of the, 38

Common Prayer, book of, Depraving the, 80 (2), 116, 173. 174

" ", book of, Fine of 100 marks for depraving the, 116

" ", book of, Indictment, &c., for refusing to say and use all the, 83, 84 [85], 117, 118(2)

Common Prayer, book of, Speaking against the, 174

" ", Contumelious speech, &c., in derogation of the book of, 321

" ", was not a divine prayer, Saying the book of, 173

Commons, House of, committee of the, Indictment and committal to prison made by order of the, 124

", " Disturbing the, 100

", " A messenger of the, 184

", " Order of the, against celebrating mass, 172

Commonwealth, Seditious speeches, &c., against the, 240, 250, 260, 264

", A suspected enemy of the, 258

", Suspected priest seducing people of the, 273 (2)

", Records, Distinguishing characteristics of the, xii

Communistical speech, A, 326

Compton, Sir Henry, K. B., 148

", Humphry, 322

", Mr. (a priest), 273

Concalves (?), Alvara, gent., 219

Coney, Richard, 367

Confoot, Gerrard, 254

Conies in the park at Hampton Court, Unlawfully hunting, &c., 160

Connell, Daniell, 234

Connoway, Elizabeth, 91

Conspiracy to defraud and cheat, 102, 125

" to depose the king, overthrow the government, &c., 376

" to seize the city, tower of London, &c., 376

Constable, Henry, 370

", of Clerkenwell, 279 (2)

", or warder of Clerkenwell removed for compounding a felony, 55

Constable of Edgware, allowing infected persons to go at large. &c., and withdrawing from his office, 33

" at the Fortune playhouse, Assaulting, beating &c., the, 161

" of the parish of Harrow-onthe Hill, A, 282

" of High Holborn expending money on the visited poor, A, 382

" of Hoxton, Rescuing a pressed man from the, 164

" Indictment against a, for hearing treasonable words and not apprehending the utterer thereof, 371

" Suspected insurrectionist taken by a, 310

" of Limehouse and Stepney, Refusing to aid the, in conveying persons to Newgate, 370 (3)

" Inciting the gentlemen of Lincoln's Inn to "pumpe" a, 167

" Order to annul the election of a, 52

" of the hundred of Ossulston to visit Highgate and oversee the officers there perform their duties towards visited persons, A high, 40

" A person elected as, in order that he may pay for exemption, 52

" neglecting and abandoning his office during the time of the plague, 33

" Rescuing a prisoner from a, 167

" Upbraiding a, and calling him one of the "malignant party," 174

" of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 385

" of St. Clement's Danes, A house infected with the plague closed by the, 64

" of St. Giles's-in the Fields, Refusing to aid the, in searching for a catholic priest, 160

Constable of St. Giles's-in-the Fields to attend the earl of Southampton concerning a cage and stocks for the parish, 12

" &c., of St. Giles's-in-theFields, Insolent speech to the, on asking a person of what religion he was, 241

" of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, Reviling and abusing the, 98

" of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, Drawing a sword against the, and escaping, 336 (3)

" &c., of East Smithfield, Resisting the, when demanding entrance into a house, 377

" of Wapping, A, 274

" and petty constables to see that a whipping post and cucking stool be erected in South Mims, The high, 6, 7

" of the Up-hamlet of Whitechapel, The immediate, 387

Constables, &c., 13, 118, 276, 333, 351

", &c, assaulting, &c., 160, 161, 163, 375

", of Clerkenwell to shut up and mark a house infected with the plague, 71

", Refusing to aid in conducting conventiclers to prison (note), 349

", Petty, to apprehend carriers, carters, &c., infringing an order touching highways, 196

", Fictitious, pressing men with a counterfeit warrant, 169

", to secure alleged soldiers in alehouses, &c., 189

", to search alehouses, fields, &c., and arrest tipplers and persons playing games, &c., 189

", to make diligent search on Lord's days, &c., in taverns, inns, alehouses, &c, 189

Constables, &c., of Stepney to sequester estates, &c., of conventiclers, 362

", &c., Victuallers suppressed from victualling during the time of being, 14

", see Headboroughs, Officers

Conventicle Act of 16 Charles I., and 1664 A.D., xxiii.

" held at the Bull and Mouth meeting-place in the parish of SS. Anne and Agnes, ward of Aldersgate, London, A, 352, 353, 356 (2), 357 (3), 358 (2), 359 (2)

" held in Hackney, A, 343, 345

" held in Hatton Street, A, 340 (2)

" held in Hendon, A, 343, 345

" held in Holloway Street, Shoreditch, A, 343, 345

" held in Limehouse, Stepney, A, 343, 345, 370 (3)

" held at Mile End, A, 343, 344, 353

" held in the liberty of Norton Folgate, A, 343, 345

" A preacher at a, 364

" called a riotous and tumultuous assembly, A, 310, 321, 322, 323, 353

" held in St. Giles's-withoutCripplegate, A, 343, 345

" held at Shoreditch, A, 312 (2), 313

" held at Spittle Yard, A, 311

" held in a building or room of an unknown person in Stepney, A, 343, 344, 351, 352 (2), 357

" held in Westbury Street, Stepney, A, 343, 345, 364 (2)

" held at Whitechapel, A, 310 (2)

" see Conventiclers, Conventicles

Conventicler preaching and owning himself to be a Fifth monarchy man, A, 329

" committed for keeping a preaching house, A, 329

Conventicler not to speak, teach, or meet in any conventicle, &c., Recognizance for a, 378

Conventiclers refusing to take the oath of allegiance, 310 (2)

" committed to the ho. of correction, 360, 366 (3), 367, 370

" committed, &c, to the new prison, Calendar of, 329

" committed (under warrant) to Newgate, 323, 341, 370 (3)

" Refusing to aid constables in conducting, to prison (note), 349

" to Newgate, Refusing to aid constables in conveying, 370 (3)

" Dates of certificates convicting, and convictions of, 341, 344, 345

" Editorial notes on the convictions of, 343, 348, 349

" convicted, Summaries of the number of, with their professions, trades, &c., 342, 343

" arraigned and tried at a sessions of oyer and terminer, Summary of sentences on 34, 367

" Constables, &c., of Stepney to sequester estates, &c., of, 362

" fined, 321, 322, 323, 341, 346, 347 (2), 348

" fined or imprisoned, 341, 348, 352 (3), 353, 354 (4), 355 (3), 356 (4), 357 (4), 358 (4), 359 (2)

" fined, imprisoned, &c., The course of procedure against, 348

" fined or imprisoned, Summaries of, 346, 347

" to be imprisoned unless redeemed by their husbands on payment, &c., 360, 366 (3), 370

" Redemption money for, to be for the use of the poor of St. Sepulchre's parish, 366 (2), 370

Conventiclers, Redemption money for, to be for the use of the poor of the parish of Stepney, 366

", taken by the king's officers, 310, 312, 313

", standing mute, Judgments on, 322, 348, 352 (2), 353, 354, 355 (2), 356 (2), 357 (2), 358 (2), 359 (2), 360, 366, 367

Conventiclers, Names, addresses and callings of:—
-, Anstead, Richard, 334
-, Ansted, Richard, of St. Margaret's, Westm., mat-layer, 324
-, Askree alias Eskrigg, Thomas, 329
-, Atwell, Mary, late of the parish of Stepney, 352, 353, 359, 360
-, Atwood, Thomas, of Spittlefields, silver spinner, 330
-, Avis, Henry, of Stepney and Wapping, manner, 311, 313
-, Awle, James, 334
-, Aylsom, Edward, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Ayres, Robert, of Stepney, yeoman, 322, 323
-, " Thomas, 329
-, Bales, Thomas, 327
-, Baker, Arthur, of and late of St. Anne's, Blackfriars, London, tailor, 352, 359, 360
-, Barden. Zacharey, 329
-, Barkeley, Edward, late of Stepney, skinner, 361 (2)
-, Barkley, Edmund (apprentice), of Walbrooke, skinner, 341
-, Barnardiston, Elizabeth, of Hackney, 347
-, " Susan, of Hackney, 347
-, " Thomas, of Hackney, gent., 347
-, Barrett, David, of Aldermanbury, shoemaker, 340
-, Batchelor, Nathaniel, of Southwark, felt-maker, 170
-, Beanes, William, of Stepney, members of the family of, 341, 350, 354 (7), 355 (2), 356 (2), 358 (4), 360, 363
-, Bear, John, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, " see Beere
-, Beard, George, of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, poulterer, 324
-, Becket, Thomas, salesman, 328
-, Beere, John, of Stepney, . . . ., 325
-, " see Bear
-, Berry, John, 322.
-, Bickerstaffe, Roger, late of Stepney, shoemaker, 329. 351
-, Billing, James, of Thames Street, felt-maker, 360
-, Birket, Thomas, of Bishopgate Street, labourer, 340
-, Bland, Edward, of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, chandler, 325
-, Bly, Nickolas, 329
-, Bowden, William, of St. Margaret's, Westm., pewterer, 324
-, Bowlton, Samuel, of Foster Lane, London, goldsmith, 341
-, Boycott, Edward, late of Stepney, chandler, 357, 359, 360
-, Brend, alias Brenn, William, late of Stepney, yeoman, 361
-, Brenn alias Brend, William, late of Stepney, yeoman, 361
-, Brice, Robert, 334
-, Brooke Nicholas, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Brookes, Edward, of Spitalfields, silk weaver, 340
-, Brookshawe, William, 113
-, Browne, Christopher, 327
-, " Micah, of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, felt-maker, 170
-, Bryan, Richard (apprentice), of Milk Street, ironmonger, 341
-, Bull, John, of Whitechapel, . . . ., 322, 323
-, Burbanck alias Burbranck, Thomas (apprentice), of the Minories and late of Stepney, gunmaker, 363, 364 (2)
-, Burbranck, alias Burbank Thomas (apprentice), of the Minories and late of Stepney, gunmaker, 363, 364 (2)
-, Burdett, Peter, of Holloway Street, members of the family of, 345
-, Burroughes, Richard, 322
-, Carnall, Susan, of Fenchurch Street, London, 312
-, Carsewell, William, of . . . ., 313, 322
-, Carter, Hugh, late of St. Sepulchre's, cordwainer, 365, 366, 367
-, Catch, John, of Staines, co. Midd., tobacco cutter, 378
-, Cawne, John, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, silk weaver, 324
-, Cawderwood alias Cawtherwood, William, late of Stepney, silkweaver, 366 (2), 367
-, Cawtherwood, alias Cawderwood, William, late of Stepney, silkweaver, 366 (2). 367
-, Chamberlaine, John, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, joiner, 324
-, Chattward, alias Chattwood, Isaac late of St. Sepulchre's, merchant, 366, 367
-, Chattwood alias Chattward. Isaac, late of St. Sepulchre's, merchant, 366, 367
-, Child, Robert, of St. Bride's, Lon don, gardener, 310
-, Church, John, of Norton Folgate, tailor, 340
-, Clarke, Thomas, late of St. Olave's, Southwark, and late of Stepney, dyer, 363, 364 (2)
-, " William, late of Stepney, blacksmith, 351
-, Clerke, John, of Aldermanbury, yeoman, 340
-, Clifson, Richard, of St. Martin's-leGrand, tailor, 340, 341
-, Close, Mark, 322
-, Cocks, William, late of Limehouse, chandler, 350
-, " see Cox
-, Cole, Josia (or John), preacher at a Quaker's meeting, 333
-, Collins, Elizabeth late of St Sepulchre's, 366 (2), 367
-, " Francis, of Ratcliffe in Stepney, bricklayer, 341
-, Cooke, Robert, of St. Martin's-leGrand, barber, 330
-, Cookesley, Thomas, 113
-, Cooper, Anne, of Whitechapel, 310
-, " Thomas, late of St. Sepulchre's, ironmonger, 365, 367
-, Cooper, see Cowper
-, Corpe, Henry, of Noble Street, London, diamond cutter, 360
-, " Joseph, of Noble Street, London, diamond cutter, 360
-, Cowdray, John . . . ., 323
-, Cowdrey, John, of Stepney, carpenter, 341
-, Cowper, Thomas, 330
-, " see Cooper
-, Cox, Mary, late of Stepney, 366 (2)
-, " see Cocks
-, Cragg, John, 329
-, Crane, John, late of St. Sepulchre's parish, sawyer, 355
-, Cross, Robert, 327
-, Crosskeyes, Joan, of Allhallow's Stayning, 325
-, Cuckoe, John, of St. Margaret's, Westm., blacksmith, 324
-, Cummings, Henry, late of Stepney, weaver, 366 (2), 367
-, Daford, Thomas, 322
-, Dafiforne, William, of Stepney, yeoman, 322
-, Davis, Moses, of Golden Lane, chandler, 311
-, " Thomas, of Stepney, broker, 340
-, Dickinson, Thomas, of Nightingall Lane, smith, 313
-, Dixe, William, 113
-, Dixon, Bridget, late of Stepney, 366 (2), 367
-, " Peter, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, " Thomas, of Southwark, merchant, 170 (2)
-, Dorrington, John, of Long Alley, Shoreditch, glover, 313
-, Drake, Katherine, of St. Olave's, Southwark, 312
-, Drinnge, Joakin, 329
-, Dry, Augustine, of Christchurch, clothworker, 325
-, " Thomas, of Whitechapel, grocer, 341
-, Elson, John, of St. Sepulchre's parish, carpenter, Persons of the family of, 352, 353, 355 (3), 356, 357 (2), 359
-, Emerson, Randolph, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Emings, Jeremy, of Stepney, tobacconist, 353
-, Eskrigg, Thomas Askree alias, 329
-, Evanden, Elizabeth, late of Stepney, 360
-, Evans, Roger, of Stepney, smith, 341
-, Eyres, Henry, 327
-, Fell, Henry, 322
-, Field, Thomas, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, Fisher, Margaret, late of the parish of Stepney, 352
-, Ford, Elizabeth, late of St. Andrew's, Holborn, and late of London, 351, 352, 359, 360
-, Fossett Thomas, 334
-, Foster, John, of Fox Lane, Shadwell, lighterman, 313
-, Foxwell, John, of Gun Yard, Bishopgate Street, weaver, 313
-, Freeman, Frances, of Hackney, 347
-, Frith, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, tailor, 327, 366 (2), 367
-, Fruen, Hester, late of St. Sepulchre's, 365, 366
-, Gabb, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, cordwainer, 365, 366, 367
-, Garbrand, John, 113
-, Garnish, Hanna, late of St. Sepulchre's, 359, 360
-, Gerrard, Vincent, late of Stepney, joiner, 361
-, Gibson, Thomas, late of Stepney, sugar-baker, 351
-, Gold, Anne, late of Stepney, 351
-, Goodwin, John, of Old Change, and late of Old Fish Street, London, clothworker, 341 (2), 361
-, Gospright, Frances, 312
-, Grace, John, of Crooked Lane, London, brushmaker, 313
-, Graves, Anne, of Trinity Minories, 312
-, Greeneway, Benjamin, of St. Botolph's Bishopgate, grocer, 340, 341
-, Greenewell, Benjamin, 322
-, Griffin, John, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Griffith, John, 322
-, Groome, Samuel, of Stepney, mariner, 341
-, Groshia, Martin, late of Stepney, barber, 361
-, Gabby, William, 329, see Guppy
-, Guppy, William, 322, see Gubby
-, Gurney, William, of Petticoat Lane, silk-throwster, 313
-, Hall, Bartholomew, late of Whitechapel and Stepney, silk-thrower, 363, 364 (2)
-, Halsey, Robert, 322
-, Halton, Jane, 312
-, Hammond, Margaret, of Hackney, Persons of the family of, 347
-, Harding, John, late of Stepney, tailor, 366 (2), 367
-, " Nathaniel, late of Stepney, yeoman, 361
-, Hartley, William, of Ratcliffe, smith, 313
-, Hathaway, Cornelius, . . . . . 330
-, Hawes, Sara (or Sarah), late of St. Sepulchre's, 365, 366, 367
-, Hawkins, George, of St. Saviour's and St. Mary's Overies, Southwark, weaver, 313, 325
-, Hayley, Anne, late of St. Sepulchre's, 369, 370
-, Heaman, Sibil, of Stepney, 370
-, " " Members of the family of, 345
-, Hide, Edward, of St. Peter's parish, Paul's Wharf, tailor, 353
-, " John, 327
-, Higgins, John, late of Stepney, merchant, 350
-, Hinde, Thomas, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, brewer, 347
-, Hinton, Adkins, of Whitechapel, tobacco-pipe-maker, 310
-, " Thomas, 322
-, Hobart, Thomas, of Stepney, yeoman, 321, 327
-, Hodgkin, Samuel, 322
-, Hodgskins, Samuel, 329
-, Holden, Edward, of Petticoat Lane, yeoman, 340
-, Hollinpreist, James, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, weaver, 324
-, Holmes, Abraham, of Chiswell Street, London, labourer, 340
-, Home, John, late of Stepney, cordwainer, 350
-, Horsey, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, shoemaker, 369, 370
-, Horton, Ellen, 312
-, Hubbard, Thomas, of Stepney, silk-weaver, 325
-, " Thomas, late of Stepney, smith, 358, 359, 360
-, Hull, Thomas, of Whitechapel, mealman, 313
-, Inwood, James, 322
-, Jackson, Margaret, late of St. Sepulchre's parish, 355, 359, 360
-, " Mathew, late of St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, 365, 366, 367
-, Jenings, Jonathan, 322
-, Jesse, Henry, of the liberty of the Tower of London, yeoman, 170
-, Jessey, Mary, 370
-, Johnson, Anne, of Edmonton, 325
-, " Henry, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, " Henry, of Whitechapel, tobacco-pipe-maker, 310
-, " James, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Keates, Maximilian, of Cheapside, London, coat seller, 340, 341
-, Keffin, William, of London, merchant, 311
-, Kemsey, Thomas, late of St. Sepulchre's, cordwainer, 365, 366, 367
-, Kendall, James, late of Stepney, glover, 366 (2), 367
-, Kirton, James Skirton alias, late of Stepney, weaver, 366 (2), 367
-, " John, 334
-, Knowles, Miles, of St. Katherine's, near the Tower, tobacco-cutter, 340
-, Knowlman, Richard, of Stepney, seaman, 341
-, Lam, Thomas, 329, see Lambe
-, Lambe, Thomas, 113, see Lam
-, Lane, Jeffery, of Wapping, lighterman, 313
-, Langley, Thomas, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, . . . . . 325
-, Lash, Hannah, of Wapping, 312
-, Latham, Charles, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, " William, 329
-, Lathwell, Thomas, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, tallow-chandler, 324
-, Lee, Edward, late of Old Change, London, cordwainer, 357, 359, 360
-, Lewis, Jane, late of St. Sepulchre's, 369, 370
-, " Susan, 312
-, Light, Mary, of St. Saviour's, Southwark, 312
-, Lignes, Robert, 334
-, Lingwood alias Ringwood, Anthony, of Outer Tower Hill, London, ironmonger, 341
-, Loveday, Samuell (or Samuel), of Cree Church, tailor, 322, 325, 328
-, Mallitrat, Edward, late of Stepney, distiller, 361
-, Mansel, Richard, of St. Margaret's, Westm., victualler, 324
-, Marlow, Bethia, late of St. Sepulchre's, 366 (2), 367
-, Marshall, Diggory, late of Stepney, tailor, 361
-, Martin, Daniel, of Whitechapel, nailsmith, 340
-, " John, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323 (2)
-, " Nicholas, of Wapping, cordwainer, 313
-, " Sarah (or Sara), late of St. Sepulchre's, 366 (2)
-, Mather, Benjamin, 329
-, Mathews, William, of East Smithfield, tailor, 341, 361
-, Melledge, Roger (apprentice), of Blackfriars, London, tailor, 341
-, Mildman, Thomas, of Stepney, yeoman, 322
-, Miller, George, of Rosemary Lane, sawyer, 313
-, Moore, Francis, of Stepney, distiller, 332, 340
-, Morley, Frances, late of St. Sepulchre's, 369, 370
-, Morris, David, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, " George, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323, 328
-, Mortimer, Elizabeth, late of St. Sepulchre's, 366 (2), 367
-, Nash, James, of Whitechapel, labourer, 313
-, Neave, Mary, 312
-, Newell, William, 329
-, Newman, George, of Gun Yard, weaver, 313
-, Newton, John, 329
-, Niccolls, Joan, late of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 356, 359, 360
-, Noble, John, of New Gravel Lane, Stepney, mariner, 341, 361
-, Noddell, John, 329, see Noddle
-, Noddle, John, of Rosemary Lane, brickmaker, 313, see Noddell
-, Nodwell, John, of Whitechapel, tobacco-pipe-maker, 310
-, Ogle, Richard, of Whitechapel, dyer, 322, 323
-, Oram, Sarah, 312
-, Pantwell, John, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Parkehurst, William, of Dean and Flower Street, Stepney, silkthrowster, 313
-, Parker, Alexander, of Watling Street, gentleman, 340, 341
-, " Anne, late of St. Sepulchre's, 365, 367
-, Passhelar, John, of Stepney, tailor, 311
-, Paynter, Elizabeth, of Whitechapel, 310
-, Pearson, William, 329
-, Penington, James, late of St. Sepulchre's, 365, 367
-, " see Pennington
-, Pennell, Mary, late of St. Sepulchre's, 365, 367
-, Pennington, Peter, of and late of Stepney, mariner, 341, 354, 355, 359, 360
-, " see Penington
-, Plumsteade, Francis (apprentice), of Little Tower Hill, ironmonger, 341
-, Pollsteade, Mary, of Hackney, 347
-, Polly, Anne, late of Stepney, 353, 359
-, Polton, Ansell, of Whitechapel, cordwainer, 313
-, " see Poulton
-, Pope, Mary, 312
-, Poulton, Ansell, of Whitechapel, cordwainer, 312
-, " see Polton
-, Price, Danyell, of the liberty of the Tower of London, tailor, 170 (2)
-, " John, of Laurence Poultney Lane, London, packer, 341
-, Prickett, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, cordwainer, 365, 366, 367
-, Ralph, Anne, of Edmonton, 325
-, " William, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, gent., 324
-, Raven, Andrew, late of Stepney, yeoman, 323
-, Reddall, John, of Stepney, carpenter, 325
-, Richardson, Hercules, of Whitechapel, cordwainer, 313, 325
-, Ringwood, Anthony Lingwood alias, of Outer Tower Hill, London, ironmonger, 341
-, Rively, Margery, 370
-, Rix, John, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, grocer, 324
-, Roberts, Roger, late of Stepney, cordwainer, 322, 354, 359
-, " William, late of Stepney, felt-maker, 359, 360
-, " William, late of Stepney, servant, 355
-, Robinson, William, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, Rogers, Charles, late of St. Sepulchre's, clockmaker, 365, 366, 367
-, Roper, Randolph, 322
-, Rose, John, late of Stepney, clothworker, 366 (2), 367
-, Rotten, John, of St. Swithin's, London, tailor, 351
-, Rowden, Laurence, of Ratcliffe Highway, ropemaker, 313
-, Salter, Henry, 329
-, Scott, Joseph, of Bartholomew's, London, upholsterer, 341
-, Seales, Thomas, 113
-, Serle, Thomas, of St. Bride's, London, oilman, 324
-, Shawler, Edward . . ., 323
-, Shelton, Thomas, of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, porter, 325
-, Sherwin, Edward, of Suffolk Lane, porter, 340
-, Simcocke, Elleanor, of Bishopsgate Street, London, 312
-, Sindenham, Nathaniel, of Whitechapel, porter, 340
-, Skiner, Robert, 334
-, Skirton alias Kirton James, late of Stepney, weaver, 366 (2), 367
-, Smith, John, late of Stepney, shoemaker, 366 (2), 367
-, " Mary, of Wapping, 311
-, " Thomas, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gunstock-maker, 325
-, Somerfeild, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, cordwainer, 329, 365, 366, 367
-, Sotherne, Mary, of Hackney, 347
-, Sparrey, William, 329
-, Speed, Ralph, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, Spence, William, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, Spencer, William, 329
-, Stanton, Jane, 312
-, Start, Thomasine, 113
-, Stint, Joseph, of. . ., 325
-, Stoakes, Thomas, late of Stepney, baker, 363, 364 (2)
-, Stone, William, of Stepney . . ., 325
-, Stout, Alice, 312
-, Stretch, Edward, 322
-, Sturgeon, John, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, grocer, 324, 334
-, Sturt, Thomas, 327
-, Tayler, Edward, of Stepney, yeoman, 321
-, Taylor, Henry, late of Stepney, wiredrawer, 353, 354, 359, 360
-, " Philipp, of Whitechapel, water-bearer, 340
-, " Thomas, 329
-, Templer, Douglas, late of St. Bride's, London, 359 (2), 360
-, Terry, John, of St. Botolph's-without, Aldgate, salesman, 341
-, Tersey alias Toursey, Francis, late of Stepney, joiner, 361
-, Thomas, Morice, 334
-, Thorneton, Thomas, of Stepney, yeoman, 322
-, Timplon, Joseph, of Petticoat Lane, embroiderer, 340
-, Tirret, John, 329
-, Tisdell, Elizabeth, 334
-, Tisoe, John, of St. Martin's-leGrand, London, and late of Stepney, shoemaker, 364, 366 (2), 367
-, Todd, John, of Stepney, yeoman, 322
-, " Mary, 312
-, Tomkins, William, of Whitechapel, tobacco-pipe-maker, 313
-, Toursey, Francis Tersey alias, late of Stepney, joiner, 361
-, Towerson, William, of Cannon Street, plate-worker, 340
-, Trigg, Hannah (or Hanna), late of Stepney, 358, 359, 360
-, Triponet, John Francis, late of St. Sepulchre's, goldsmith, 369, 370
-, Turner, Nathaniel, 322
-, Vaughan, Sir John, of London, K.B., 340, 341, 342
-, Vuckles, William, 113
-, Wade, Edward, 327
-, Walker, Edward, late of Stepney, smith, 350
-, Walley, Samuel, 329
-, Walters, Margaret, late of St. Sepulchre's, 366, 367
-, Waples, Richard, of Houndsditch in St. Botolph's, mercer, 340
-, Ward, Hennery, 329
-, " William, of Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, mariner, 341
-, Ware, Nicholas, 322
-, Warner, John, 329
-, Wasey, Alice, of Whitechapel, 310
-, Watkin, Arthur, 329
-, Weekes, Thomas, late of St. Sepulchre's, upholsterer, 365, 366, 367
-, Welsby, Margaret, late of St. Sepulchre's, 369, 370
-, West, John, late of St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, 365, 366, 367
-, Wharton, William, of Fore Street, St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, upholsterer, 330
-, White, Francis (apprentice), of St. Katherine's, near the Tower of London, block-maker, 340
-, Whitlocke, Mark, 113
-, Wilkinson, Thomas, 322
-, Williams, Susan, 370
-, " William, of St. Botolph's,
-, Bishopsgate . . ., 325
-, Willoby, John, 329
-, Willoughby, Sara, late of Stepney, 366 (2)
-, Wilson, Nicholas 322
-, " Patience, late of Bow Lane, London, 356, 359, 360
-, Winch, Mary, of St. Giles's-without, Cripplegate, Persons of the household of, 345
-, Witherington, Henry, of Croydon, co. Surrey, glover, 340
-, Wood, John, of Whitechapel, sealmaker, 340
-, Wooden, Henry, late of St. Sepulchre's, grocer, 365, 366, 367
-, Wooldridge, John, 329
-, Wright, John, 334
-, Yeames, William, of Ratcliffe in Stepney, shipwright, 353
-, Zachaiy, Thomas, of St. Bartholomew's, London, gentleman, 351
-, Adams, John, of Spittle Yard, Conventicle held in the house of, 311
-, Beanes, William, of Stepney, Conventicles held in the dwellinghouse of, 341, 343 (2), 350 (2), 351. 352, 353 (2), 354 (7), 355 (2), 356 (3), 357, 358 (4), 360, 363
-, Boyce, John, committed for keeping a preaching house, 329
-, Brock, . . ., in Mile End, Conventicle held in a house late in the possession of, 343, 344
-, Burdett, Peter, in Hollowell Street, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, Conventicle held in the dwellinghouse of, 343, 345
-, Burdett, Peter, in Westbury Street, Stepney, Conventicle held in the dwelling-hou'e of, 343, 345, [364 (2)]
-, Elson, John, carpenter, in St. Sepulchre's parish, Conventicles held in the dwelling house of, 343, 344, 352, 353, 355 (3), 356, 357, 359
-, Hammond, Margaret, in Hackney, Conventicle held in the dwellinghouse of, 343, 345, 347
-, Heaman, Sibil (or Sibble), in Limehouse, Stepney, Conventicle held in the dwelling-house of, 343, 345, 370 (3)
-, Hinton, Thomas, of Whitechapel, tobacco-pipe-maker, Conventicle held in the dwelling-house of, 310 (2)
-, Malbon, Robert, of Shoreditch, Conventicle held in the house of, 312 (2), 313
-, Robinson, Joseph, in the liberty of Norton Folgate, Conventicle held in the dwelling-house of, 343, 345
-, Steere, William, of St. Pancras, fellmonger, Conventicles held in the house of, 360 (2)
-, Swift, Richard, weaver, in Hendon, Conventicle held in the dwellinghouse of, 343, 345
-, Winch, Mary, in St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, Conventicle held in the dwelling-house of, 343, 345

Conventiclers, Neale on the judgments on, 349

", during exile in the plantations, Position of, xxvi.

", A teacher of, 333

", to be transported to the Barbadoes, 352, 355, 356, 357 (2), 358, 359, 360

", to be transported to Jamaica, 354 (2), 355, 356, 358, 359, 360. 361 (3), 363, 364 (2), 366 (2), 367 (3), 370

", transported to Virginia and New England, 348

", Warrant from the commissioners of oyer and terminer to embark, &c, 362

Conventiclers, Warrant for the sheriff of Middlesex to convey, to the port of London for embarkation to Jamaica, 362, 364. 367, 370

Conventicles, Unlawful, 113, 170 (2), 310 (2), 311 (3), 312 (2), 313 (4). 321, 322 (2), 323 (2), 324 (2), 325 (3), 327, 328 (3), 329 (3). 330 (2), 332, 333, 334 (2), 340 (3)— 349, 350 (2), 351 (2), 352 (4), 353 (5), 354 (2), 355 (3), 356 (2), 357 (2), 358 (2), 359 (2), 360 (3), 361 (5), 363 (2), 364 (2), 365 (2), 366 (4), 367 (2), 369, 370 (3), 378

", held in specified houses, Summaries of the number of, and persons present, 343, 344, 345

", held in specified houses and persons present at each, Editorial note upon the, 345, 346

", Justices sitting in the vicinity of unlawful assemblies, i.e., 349

", were held, Names of owners of houses and addresses where, 343, 344, 345

", Proclamation against, 311 (2), 312, 313 (3), 330, 334

", held in St. Pancras, 360 (2)

", held in St. Sepulchre's parish, 343, 344, 352, 353 (2), 355 (3), 356, 357, 358, 359

", held in Stepney, 313, 332, 341, 343, 344, 345, 350 (2), 351 (2), 352 (3), 353, 354 (7), 355, 356 (3), 357 (2), 358 (4), 360, 363, 370 (3)

", see Conventicle, Convenclers

Conway, Elizabeth Robinson alias, 178

Conway, Robert, 51

Cooke, Anne, 293

", John, 202, 330

", Richard, 223, 293

", Thomas, 279, 296, 316, 317, 318

", William, 339

Coombes, John, 283

Cooper, Dorothy, 246

", George, 310, 314

", Nicholas, 259

", Richard, 96 (2)

", Thomas, 319

", William, 166, 167, 337

Coote, Thomas, 271

Cope, Thomas, gent., 93, 94

", William, 252

", see Apparel, prices of

Coplestone, Sir John, 269

Copper, Engraving on, of the figure of the king of scots (Charles II.), &c., 207

", Medals of, 380

", and other metals used in counterfeit coining, 57 (2), 263

", with silver, &c, Mixing, to defraud, 70

Coral, 264

Corals set in gilt dockets with silver bells, 380

" Small, 381

Cordwell alias Hewett, Joan, 36

Corey, John, 6

Cork, earl of, The, 73

Corle [? Cruel, a fine worsted], Knots of, 225

Cornebury, Henry, viscount, 380

Corneford, Grissell, 276

Cornelian, 236

", bracelet set in gold, A, 381

", seal, A, 203

Corneshaw Rawe, co. Durham, 45, 134

Cornhill, London, 99, 185, 336

Cornish, Peter, 32

Cornwall, co., 143

Coroner of the king's household, Henry Dennington, gent., 61

" for Middlesex fined, 188

" " not returning inquisitions, &c., 189

" " Application for a writ to remove the, and elect another, 188

Coroner for Westminster, 182

Coroners, king's, Henry Harriet, gent., one of the, 61

Coronet of beaten gold, A, 79

Correction, ho. of, Committals, detentions, and imprisonments in the, 11, 12, 22, 31, 108, 109 (2), 231, 293, 294 (2), 295, 296

", " Committal to the, with hard labour, 108

", " Conventiclers committed to the, 360, 366 (3), 367, 370

", " Flogging in the, 12

", " governor of the, William Parkes, 108

", " Hemp mills at, to be repaired and another built, 44

", " A lunatic sent to the, 291

", " Payment to the matron of the, for disbursements, 7

", " Salary paid to Jane Gott, matron of the, 7

", " Pickt hatch in the, 7

", " Prisoners in the, 9, 78, 109

", " Prisoner to beat hemp in the, 109

", " Rioter sent to the, and kept to labour, &c., 107

", " Soldiers in the, 7

", " Treasurer of the, 7

", " Wheels for women at the, 7

", " Women's wards in the, divided from soldiers, 7

", " for Westminster, Prisoner in the, to be transported, &c., 184

Corsellis, Mr., 386, 387

Cossins, Richard, 254

Cotes, Richard, 229

Cottington, Francis, esq., 338

Cotton, Henry, 214

", Hill, co. Stafford, 46, 134

", Hugh, 240

", Mary, 208, 247, 292

Couch, Andrew, 336

Coughton, co. Warwick, 136

Coulewen, co. Warwick, 66

Coulter, John, 274

Council, clerk of the, Henry Lawrence, Letter signed by, 238

", " " William Watson, gent., 336

", Lords of the, 43, 62, 82

", Order of the, concerning catholic priests and jesuits, 238

", of state, Depraving the, 192

", " at Whitehall, Counterfeiting an order and seal of the, 261, 262

Counsel at law, The king's, 118

Counsett, David, 251

Counterfeit certificate, A seaman's, 232 (2)

" letters, 37, 69, 70, 81, 232, 265

" passports, 39, 48

" warrant for payment of money, A, 265

" " Fictitious constables pressing men with a, 169

" writing to obtain money under false pretence of a great fire, 217

Counterfeiting an order and seal of the council of state at Whitehall, 261, 262

" orders of the lord protector, 261, 265

Counters, Silver, 380

Court, Contempt of, 34

", to take counsel, Judgments deferred for the, 371, 379

", of guard, Affronting and calling the, a pack of rogues, 97

Court House, Old Bailey, Gaol Deliveries at the, 106 (3), 107, 108 (2), 109 (4), 110, 111 (3), 112, 113 (3), 116, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 126, 283 (2), 285, 286, 288, 289, 290, 292, 294, 295, 296

Court House, Old Bailey, Sessions of oyer and terminer held at the, 116

" ", Old Bailey, Special sessions of oyer and terminer held at the, 119 (3)

" ", Old Bailey, Special sessions of oyer and terminer held by adjournment at the, 108 (2)

" king's, St. Giles's-in-the-Fields within verge of the, 61

" Leete of the manor of Harrow, 208

" of wards, Places where kept, 105

" ", and liveries, Sir Robert Naunton, knt., master of the, 54

Courthopp, George, 32

Couxton [Cockerton (?)], co. Durham, 134

Covent Garden, co. Midd., 98, 100, 215 (2), 246, 249 (2), 273, 338

" ", Hackney coaches plying for hire, obstructing against the Exchange from, 100, [105 (2)]

" ", Murderer to be hanged on a gibbet in, for three hours, 288

" ", St. Paul's, 188, 199, 200, 221 (2), 233, 235, 237, 240, 272, 273, 280, 302 (2), 306, 317, 320, 324, 327, 338, 369, 380

Coventree, William, gent., 47, 132

Coverly, Edmond, 260

Cow Cross, co. Midd., 26, 62, 128, 129, 135 (2), 142, 143, 169, 179 (2)

" ", parish of, 26

" ", Inhabitants to be overseers of constables of, 14

" ", Market kept at, 13

" ", Notorious and other women at, 13

" stealing, 297

Coward, John, 310

Cowell, Margarett, 269

Cowley, co. Midd., 57

Cowley, Weekly assessment in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", John, 109

", Thomas, gent., 186

Cowood, Henry, 256

", Margarett, 256

Cowper, John, 104

", Samuell, 183

Cox, Gyles, 274

", Henry, 239

", John, 366

", Margarett, 269

", Stephen, 269

", see Cockes, Cocks, Coxe

Coxe, John, gent., 56

", John, 51

", Leonard, 136

", Lewis, 99

", William, 166

", see Cockes, Cocks, Cox

Coxhead, Richard, 303

Coxton (or Couxton) [? Cockerton], co. Durham, 45

Cozens, Francis, 126

Crabtree, George, 315

Cradle-cloths, Lawn, 29

Cradocke, Tobias, esq., 36

Cragge, Thomas, 169

Craketrees, co. Westmoreland, 47, 132

Crane, John, 99

Cranford, co. Midd., 3, 144

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Cranke, Thomas, 246

Cransten (sic), William, esq., commonly called William, lord Cranston (sic), 315

Craven, Sir Anthony, bart., 321

", William, earl, 373

Craye, John, 20

Creech, George, 315

Creechurch, London, 147, 328

Creed parish, London, 387

" Lane, Ludgate, 272

Creeshaw, Thomas, 237

Crespion, Germaine, 213

Cressey, Gabriell, 242, 243 (5)

", Mr., 12

Creswell, Arthur, 98

", Thomas, 62, 63

Crew, Sir Randol, knt., 101

", Shedrach, 230

Crimp, A, 256

Crippes, Cornelius, 107

Cripplegate, co. Midd., 17, 20, 24, 55, 58, 59, 62 (2), 66, 72, 74, 86, 88, 92 (2), 97, 99, 104, 113, 135, 137, 147, 153, 179, 206, 214, 221, 224, 228 (2), 233, 237, 240, 243, 250 (2), 256, 257, 263, 279 (2), 305, 310, 316, 325, 330, 337, 343, 345, 375, 377, 378

", Inhabitants of, 237

", Moor Lane, 161

Croft, John, 110

Crofton, John, 160

Cromewell (or Crumwell), Walter, 314

Cromwell, John, 290

", The lord general, his regiment of horse, 203

", Oliver, chief general of the army, Depraving 192, 284

", " Record of, being sentenced to be hung in London for felony, 125 (2), 126

", Richard, esq., 287

", see Lord Protector, &c.

Crooked Lane, London, 307, 309, 313

Crookes, Thomas, 55

Cropp, William, gent., 318

Crosby, Richard, 364 (2)

Cross, Gold, see Jewellery, prices of

", red, placed upon a house infected with the plague, A, 71

Crosse, Alsoppe, gent., 91

", Dennis Harmoratt alias, 262

", Henry, gent., 65 (2)

", Henry, 169

", Thomas Gilman alias Gilmore alias, 231, [232]

Crosswell, William, 164

Croston, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

Crouch, Edmund, gent., 369

Crouly, Mr., 200 (2)

Crow bar of iron, A, 183

" gold ring with the picture of a, set in it, A, 268

Crowch, Dorothy, 178

", Mathewe, 167

[Crowle], Crowley, co. Worcester, 145

Crowley, Elizabeth, 266, 295

", [Crowle], co. Worcester, 145

Crown, Godfrey, 34

Crowther, Thomas, gent., 251

Croydon, co. Surrey, 340, 368

Crucifix enamelled with precious stones, A, 74

" in his chamber, &c., Scandalous speech, saying the king had a, 74

" silver gilt, A, 381

Crucifixes, Catholic, 193

Crumwell (or Cromewell), Walter, 314

Crutched Friars, London, 241 (5), 339

" ", in St. Olave's, Hart Street, 367

Crystal beads, Agate and, 381

" case, A watch with a, 203

" covers for watches, &c., 95

Crythin, co. Denbigh, 148

Cucking stool, &c., to be erected at Rickes End, South Mims, Order for, 6

Cuckold, A, 280

Cudgelling people in the streets, 168

Cuffs, see Apparel, prices of

Culpepper, Nicholas, gent., 85

Cumberland, co., 31, 47, 132, 217

Cunning men [astrologers, &c.], Consulting, 252

Cup, A china, 275

", Accusing a person of stealing a silver, 252

Cups, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Cureden, co. Lancaster, 48

Curious indictments and recognizances of the Commonwealth records, xiv

Currants, 200

Currey, John, 328

Curse, Threatening to invent a new, upon the parliament, 184

Curses, Uttering, 208

Cursing the army, 274

" and swearing, 272

Curtain playhouse, Common sewer near the, 164 (2)

Curtains, 17

", Damask, 41

Curtis, Jane, 296

", Josias, 126

", Roger, 270

Curtyn, Anne, a professed Jewess, 186, 187

Cusake, Roger, gent., 368

Cushion cloth, 29

Cutler, John, 306

Cuttberd, Lawrence, 105

Cutts, Charles, 197, 198

D.

Dade, Thomas, clerk, xiii, 198

Dagger-knife, A, 221

" A Scottish, 89

Daggers called stilettos, 22, 29

Dalbie, Andrew, 251

Dalden [? Dalton], co. Durham, 45, 134

Dale, George, gent., 379

", Joseph, 127

", Roger, 43

", Thomas, 286

", Thomas Dell alias, 318

[Dalton (?)] Dalden, co. Durham, 45, 134

" co. Lancaster, 49, 135

Damask, 44

", Linen cloth called, 79

Damond, Richard, 217

Dams, Roger, 155

Danby, Henry, earl of, 17

Dancing at a garland and carrying the garland home upon the head, 281

" naked, Man and woman, supposed to be Ranters, 214

" picture of figures, and Bacchus sleeping, A, 275

Dangerfield, William, 330

Danie, Judith, 248

Daniell, Edward, 281

", John, 229, 296

Danvers, Sir John, knt., 30

", Katherine, 266

Darbie, Ralph, 235

Darby, Richard, 269

", William, gent., 56

Darcy, Conyers esq., 236

Darke-house, Whitefriars, 225

Darneton, co. Durham, 46, 132

Dartford, co. Kent, 253

Dartmouth, co. Devon, 98

Dauntsey, Edward, chirurgeon, 37

Davenant, Elizabeth, 380, 381

Davies, Alice, 107

", Edward, 337

", George, 232 (2)

", Henry, 107

", (or Davis), Howell, 95, 96

", Joan, 292, 293

Davies, John, 74, 182

", Margaret, 193

", Nicholas, 163

", Richard, 30

", Thomas, 164

", see Davyes

Davige, Lawrence, gent., 162

Davis, Anne, 205

", Elionore, 369

", Henry, 310

", (or Davies), Howell, 95, 96

", John, 166

", Rebecca, 327

", Richard, 205

", Symon, 100

Davison, Richard, 19, 23, 25, 129 (2), 130, 131, 135

Davy, Robert, 371

Davyes, George, 291

", see Davies

Dawes, Allan, 389

Dawney, Austin, 53

Dawson, Alice, 97

", George, 291

", Mark, 327

", Martha, 306

", Thomas, 247, 292

Day, Elias, 376

", Richard, 330

Dayborne, William, 237

D'Elora, Anthoney, gent., 385

D'Emassedo, Fardinand, clerk, 385

De Brill, Apolonia Ha . . ., 387

De la Rue, . . ., gent., 323

De Luke, Robert, 184, 198

De Vall, Cload, gent., 368

De Ventris, John, 185

Deakins, William, 210, 211, 219

Dean, John, 224

", and Flower Street, Stepney, 313

Deane, Charles, 319

", Francis, 276

Death by mischance, 281

" rate of Middlesex, Penal, temp. Charles I. and Commonwealth, xvii

" " Comparison of the penal, temp. Charles I. with the penal death rate temp. James I., xx

Death's head engraved, A gold ring with a, 60

" " A gold ring enamelled with a, 267

Deboist [debauched] man, A, 256

" man and woman, Picture of a, by Peter Gnast, 275

Debtford [Deptford], 248

Declo, Lewis, 339

Dedenham, Andrew, 290

Deeper, Lewis, 5

Deer, Enfield chase used for the maintenance of, 190, 191 (2)

", Marylebone Park enclosed for keeping, 190

", Theobald's Park, Enfield, used for preservation of, 94

Deere, Hugh, 7

", Mary, 7

Deereham, John Denham alias, gent., 369

Defraud and cheat, Conspiracy to, 102

Defrauder sentenced to be set upon a stool in the new market and whipt back to Newgate, &c., 293

Defrauding master, A servant, 235

" seamen, 256

Delbridge, Thomas Heysem alias, 44, [45]

Dell alias Dale, Thomas, 318

Demetrius, John, 334

Denbigh, co., 146, 148

Denbye, William, 126

Denham alias Deereham, John, gent., 369

Dennington, Henry, gent, (coroner of the king's household), 61

Dennis, Thomas, 314

[Deptford], Debtford, 248

Derby, co., 3, 48, 133

Deserter to be hanged, Record of sentence for, 107

Deserters from the army, 15 (4), 17, 74, 75, 107 (5), 112, 122

Deserting the king's service, Indictments of soldiers for, xi.

Desmond, George, earl of, 103, 105

Devall, . . ., [Marnie], 199

Deverell, Richard, 262

Devon, co., 98

Devotions for mass, &c. (book), 240 (2)

Dewe, Anthony, gent., 371

Dials, Brass, Ivory, Sun, &c., 95

Diamond, Mrs., 196

", A table, 273

Diamonds, 9, 36, 39. 44, 60, 81, 85, 98, 198, 203, 208, 209, 211, 235, 236, 259, 267 (2), 268, 273, 316

Diamonds, Fossett [Facet], set in gold and enamelled, 87

", Little (or small), 87, 95, 236

", Pointed, 44, 53

Dice, 202

Dickenson, Peter, 336

Dickinson, John, 272 (2)

Dickson, Jenkin, 72, 73

", see Dixon

Dictionary," "Rider's, 13

Digby, Dr. Symon, 178

Diggby, Symon, 251

Dillon, William, gent, 331

Dimmock, James, 307

Dirt and a horn into a shop, Throwing, 280

Disguises of women's apparel, Suspicious persons taken with, 257 (2)

Disher's, Captain, troop of horse, 203

Dishes, China, 275

", Pewter, 91

", Silver, see Plate, prices of

Disorder at the Red Bull playhouse, Committing a great, ix, 168

Disorderly house at Ratcliffe Highway, Keeping a notorious, 252

" houses, 259, 276, 279 (2)

" living, 258, 259, 268

" persons, 231, 237, 246, 249 (2), 254 (2), 256, (2), 258, 259, 336 (3)

" ", Victualler entertaining, &c., at unseasonable hours, 40

" and suspicious persons taken by the watch, 257 (2)

" tavern, Keeping a, 178

" women, 236, 237, 256, 259, 276, 279 (2), 281, 336 (3)

" ", see Lewd women

Disorders, &c., committed in alehouses near Hyde Park, 105

Disturbance by beating of a drum, 322 (2)

Disturbers of the peace, 323

" " ", after proclamation made by justices, 353 (2)

" " ", see Riots, &c.

Disturbing neighbours, 259

Diswicke, John, 288

Ditch, Robert, 336, 367

", Ursula, 336

", William, 330

Divine service, Disturbing the curate of Stepney in reading, 174

" ", Attempt to raise a tumult during, 102

" visitation (deaths by), 50, 58 (3)

Divines, Assembly of, Certificate from the, concerning a professed Jewess, 187

" ", Duties of the, 187

" ", Houses of parliament refer matters to the, 187

" ", A professed Jewess to attend the, 186, 187

Dixon, James, gent., 322

", Peter, 330

", see Dickson

Dodd, Anthony (a minister at Paddington, &c.), 234

Dodford, Edward, 197

Dolman, William, gent., 65, 141

Done, John, 330

", see Dunn, Dunne

Donington, Edward, 30

Dooley, James, 322

Dorrington, Robert, clerk, 216, 289

Dorset, lord, Secretary to, 166

Doubleday, Francis, gent., 309

Doublet, see Apparel, prices of

Dover, Michael, 163

Dowding, George, a headborough, 256, 257 (2)

Dowgate, Checker Yard, London, 165

Dowglas (sic), Sir Archibould, captain, 15

", see Duglas

Downe, William, 241

Downeham, Christopher, 74

Downes, Arthur, 74

", Henry, 280

", alias Bagnall, Richard, 17, 18

", William, 331

Dowse, Mary, 289

Doyley, Robert, 340

Drackford, William, gent., 270

Drake, William, 299

Drawing-board, An Indian gilt, 275

", (engraving) irons for gold and silver, 24

Dray, laden with barrels of beer, Run over and killed by a, 320, 321

", see Drays

Draycott, John, 121

Drays and water-carriages not to be set in the streets day or night, 227

", see Dray

Drayton, West, co. Midd., 21, 271

", " parish of, 21

", " Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", " Disturbing the minister of, whilst preaching a funeral sermon, 271

Dressing-boxes with drawers, 275

Drew, John, 305, 306

", Mary, 339

Drewe, John, 210, 211

Drewett, Edward, 388

Drinking in an alehouse on the sabbathday, 161

" a health to king Charles and duke of York, 250

" the pretended king's health, 212

" a health to the king and all whores, 339

" a health to the confusion of parliament, 194, 207, 208

" a health to the confusion of the lord protector, 224, 225, 252, 264

" a health to the confusion of the lord protector and city of London, 224, 225

" in a strong water-shop on the sabbath-day in sermon time, 257

Driver, John, 260

Drowning, Death by, 50

Drum, Disturbance by the beating of a, 322 (2)

Drunk and disorderly, 98, 184, 231, 305

Drunkard, boasting, A 231

Drury Lane, co. Midd., 30 (2), 31, 41, 49, 97, 134, 135, 174, 175

Drury Lane, Cockpit, Acting a public stage play at the, contrary to law, 282

Dry, William, 121

Drye, John, 218

Du Chatto, . . . ., gent, 323

Dublin, The barons of the exchequer in, 261

", City of, 177

Ducats, see Money

Duck Lane, London, 381

Ducking pond, Riotously pulling down an old shed near the, 164 (2)

Due, Challenging to a, contrary to an ordinance of council, 255

", Suspicion of fighting a, 272 (2)

Duels, To answer for being a common quarreller and fighter of, 216

Duffenby, co. Cumberland, 47, 132

Duglas (sic), Sir Archibald, knt, captain, 15

" see Dowglas

Duke, John, 291

", Street, Covent Garden 273

Duke's Place, London, 147

Dunch, Edward, esq., 72

Dunchie, Humphrey, 96

Duncombe, Sir Edward, knt., 37

", Henry, gent., 388

Dunerill, co. Hereford, 145

Dungarvan, Viscount, 73

Dunkin, John, 274

Dunlopp, Margaret, 204

Dunn, Edward, executioner, 265

", Sara, 126

", see Done, Dunne

Dunne, Richard, 210, 211

", Sara, 125

", see Done, Dunn

Dunnington, John, 173

Dunsmore, Francis, lord, 29, 30

Duplois, Henry, 126

Durdin, John, 268

Durham, co., 45, 46, 47, 132, 134

", bp. of, Thomas Moreton, S.T.P., late, 101

", bp. of, Speech concerning the, 317

", Elizabeth, 236

", Thomas, 336

Dust, Rakers of sea-coal ashes crying, 226

"Dust ho," Dustmen's cry of, 228

Dustmen, Whitechapei, announce their arrival by sounding a horn, 228

Dutch baker of Westminster, The, 384

" prisoner not to depart out of the city of London, &c., without a discharge, A, 380

" Robert, 381

Dutchy, The, see Lancaster

Dycer, John, 60

Dymder, co. Hereford, 145

E.

Eade, Thomas, 327

Eagle, co. Lincoln, 65, 141

Ealing, co. Midd., 22, 143, 153, 154, 240, 304

", Parish of, 22

", &c., Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", Questioning and disturbing the minister of, during divine service, 240

Earl Marshal of England, Thomas, earl of Arundel, &c., 152

Earlham, co. Norfolk, 305

East, Arthur, 325, 326

", Bedfont, see Bedfort

", India Company, merchants of the, Warehouses belonging to the, 104

", Indies, Governor and Society of London merchants trading to the, 8, 9, 10

", " Letter from the, 215

", Smithfield, see Smithfield

Easterbrooke, Jacob, 286

Eastgate, John, 330

Eaton, Henry, gent, xv, 279, 280

Ebony picture frames, 275

Eccleston, Magna, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

Eden, Richard, 296

Edgar, Thomas, 118

Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 41, 45, 53, 134

Edgware, co. Midd., 33

", Parish of, 33, 308

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", Neglect of duty, &c., by the constable of, 33

Edgware, alias Edgworth, co. Midd., 308

", parish of, Order for the minister of the, deprived of his cure to appear, &c, before the justices, &c, 308

", Inhabitants of, 33

", The pestilence at, 33

Edgworth, Edgware alias, co. Midd., 308

", Mr., curate of Stepney, Disturbing and speaking against, 174 (3)

Edinborough, 205

Edinges, Thomas, 34

Edlington, John, 167

Edmiston, Jonathan, 235

Edmondes, William, 93, 94

Edmonton, co. Midd., 2, 58, 59, 137, 222, 319, 325

", Parish of, 200, 222

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", The hundred of, 2, 25

Edridge, Ralph, 69

Edsall, George, 386

Edward the third, The first part of (a book), 13

" ", A quadragesimo book of, 13

Edwards, Elizabeth, 126, 247, 292

", George, 31, 128, 129, 279

", Gilbert, 336

", James, 269, 300

", John, 296

", Lewis, 12

", Thomas, 282

", William, 261

Eels, Stealing, 54

Eeles, Robert, 185

Eglin, Jane, 294

Egyptians, Counterfeit, 289

Eightshillings, Jeremie, 331

Elflicke, Richard, 230

Elgin, Thomas, earl of, 251

Elizabeth of Ipswich, The (ship), 10

" and Mary, The (ship), 381

Eliott alias Moris, Henry, 9

" see Elliett

Ellam, Francis, gent., 18

Elliett, John, 271

", see Eliott

Ellis, Elizabeth, 378, 379

Ellis, Francis, 172

", John, 153, 253

", Thomas, 100, 286

Ellitt, John, 255

Ellston, Henry, 322

", John, 322

Elmer, John, 138

Elmes, Mary, 339

Elmore, Sara, 319

Elopement, An, 237

Eltham, co. Kent, 148

Elton, Mary, 296

Elvee, Gilbert, 387

Ely House, Holborn, 225

", Disturbing the committee at, 260

Embezzling goods, Illegally breaking into a house and, 378

" ", Charge of, 56

" ", at the time of the fire of London, 384, 386, 387

" ", out of infected houses, 373

" ", of persons late dead of the pestilence, 368, 377 (3)

" ", of persons sick of the plague, 379

" ", Suspicion of, 379

" a parcel of letters, &c, 320

" nails, 10

Embezzlement, Suspicion of, 326 (2)

Embroidered bags, 33, 192

" lace, 33, 79

Embroidery, Gold and silver, 33, 79, 191, 192, 213, 319

", Silk colour, 79

Embry, Mary, 269

", Samuell, 269

Emeralds, 85, 198, 203, 209, 236, 267

Emings, Jeremy, 353 (2)

Emmerson, Ellina, 318

", Margaret, ix, 181 (2)

Enamelled rings, see Jewellery, prices of

Endarby, Edward, gent., 281, 282

Enderby, Elizabeth, 235

", William, 235

Enfield, co. Midd., 20, 23, 31, 35, 38, 68, 93, 144, 146, 190, 191, 363

Enfield, Parish of, 68, 93, 189, 190, 191

", " ", Assessment made for relief of the poor of the, visited by the plague, 4

", Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

", West bailiwick in the chase of, Unlawfully entering and killing bucks in the, 189, 190, 191 (2)

", Unlawful hunting and killing stags in Theobald's park, 93, 94

", Theobald's park, used for preservation of deer, 94

England, John, 365

"England's Remembrances," Dispersing seditious papers entituled, 253 (2)

English, William, 268

Engraved picture (with inscription given) of king Charles II., Publishinging, &c., an, 206 (2), 207, 286

Engraving (?), Drawing irons for, 24

Escott, Thomas, 384

Esker, Anne [? Mary Isgare, 224], 293

", see Esterley, Isgare

Esperance, H.M.S., 25

Essex, co., 10, 33, 41, 43, 134, 141,

", 204 (2), 207, 233, 261, 262, 314

", The county gaol of, 207

", Arthur, earl of, 317

", earl of, Speaking opprobrious words against the, 177

", Justices of, to take bail for appearance of suspected burglar at the Midd. sessions, &c., 207

", " of the peace for, 207

Esterley (? Isgare), Adam, [223], 293

" see Esker, Isgare

Estreated, Recognizances to be stayed from being, 211

", Heavy recognizances to keep the peace, &c., 210

Ethersell (Hetherhall or Hethersall), Mary, 230 (2)

Ethroppe, co. Bucks, 146

Euston, co. Suffolk, 145

Euxton, co. Lancaster, 47, 48, 133

Evans, Edward, gent., 314

", Edward, 14, 324

", Elizabeth, 112

", Galloway, 107

", John, 107

", Katherine, 263

", Richard, 319, 324

", alias Smith, Roger, 218

", Suzan, 165

", Thomas, 376

Evars, John, gent., 169

Evelin, Robert, 385

Evelyn, John, esq., 209

Evenell, Gabriel, gent., 73

Evered, Edward, 70, 71

Everingham, co. York, 46, 131

Everington, Margaret, 298

Evil Spirit, Making an impious bargain with an, xi, 88

Ewers, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Ewing, James, 254

Ewre, James, 167

Examinations, The committee of, 93

Exchange, from Covent Garden, Obstruction by hackney coaches plying for hire against the, 100, 105 (2)

", New, The pillory in the Strand near the, 388

", ", The rails of the, 69

Exchequer, barons of the, Certificates and schedules of recusants refusing to take the oath of abjuration to be sent to the, sealed and written on parchment, 238, 239

", court of, Letters patent, enrolled in the, 68

", Order for stay of proceedings against a recusant enrolled in the, 68

", Dublin, Barons of the, 261

Excise of beer, ale, &c., Counterfeit order directed to the farmers in commission for collecting the, 265

", in Ireland, Counterfeit order appointing a surveyor-general of the customs and, 261, 262

Executioner, Edward Dunn, 265

Executions, Capital, in the ten heaviest years of Charles I., xviii

", " Fewness of, during the civil war, xxi

", " for felonies, or for silence to indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex temp. Charles I., xvii

", " for felonies, or for silence to indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex temp. Commonwealth, xviii

", Hanged, drawn and quartered, 78, 83, 84, 114 (5), 115 (5), 117, 121 (2), 199, 226, 286, 290, 376

Exelby, William, 320

Exile in the plantations, Position of conventiclers during, xxvi

Explosion of gunpowder at Wapping, 99

Extorting money from courtiers to pass through the king's private way near Gray's Inn Lane, 166

" " by pressing gentlemen in the fields without warrant, &c., 169

Eye, Robert, 306

Eyes, Maker of hooks and, 269