Index
F - K

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

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1888

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433-458

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'Index: F - K', Middlesex county records: Volume 3: 1625-67 (1888), pp. 433-458. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66067 Date accessed: 31 August 2014.


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F.

Faborne, Master, 233

Face cloth, see Apparel, prices of

Fair, Greengoose, Stratford Bow, suppressed during whitsun week on account of the plague, 62

", lady, Southwark, Cheating at, 165

Fairefax, Colonel, 118

Fairfax, Thomas, lord, called King Tom, 103

", Thomas, lord, chief general of the army, Depraving, 192, 284

", Thomas, 299

Fairfaxe, Sir Thomas, Collectors of money assessed for, 182

Faith, Treatise of (book), 24

Falcon, cut A (jewel), 9

Falkland, Henry, viscount, 215

", see Faulkeland, Fawlkland

Falloway, James, 276

False news, &c., Publishing and dispersing, 74, 205

" pretences and pilfering, Getting into houses by, 279

" " Obtaining goods, &c., by, 69, 332, 334

" " obtaining goods by, Whipping for, 70

" " Obtaining money by, 39, 217

" swearing, Endeavouring to persuade a person to, 197

Fan handle of gold set with diamonds, 98

Fanner, George (one of the guard), 97

Fanning, Richard, gent., 331

Farendine cloak and breeches, A, 372

Fares, Obstruction of highway by hackney coachmen p'ying for, 105

Farmer, Christiana, 327

", Thomas, 21

", William, 217

Farmingham, co. Kent, 137

", see Farningham

Farnell, William, 57

Farningham, co. Kent, 54 136, 148

", see Farmingham

Farr, Joan, 334

Farre, Eleanor, 294

", Thomas, 294

Farrer, Constantine, 65, 66, 113

Farringdon, the ward of, London, Blackfriars in, 383

", without, The ward of, 89, 371

Fast days, Order for the proper observance of Lord's days and, 189

Faulkeland, Henry, earl [sic] of, 37

", Henry, viscount, 37

", see Falkland, Fawlkland

Fawcett, Nicholas, 4

Faulkner, Thomas, 161, 162, 181

Fawlkland, Henry, Viscount, 51

", see Falkland, Faulkeland

Feather bed, A, 36

Feathers, A hat with a plume of, 280

Feckenham, co. Worcester, 45, 134

Feckingham [Feckenham], co. Worcester, 45

Feild, Charles, 319

", Edward, 27

", see Field

Feilding, Christopher, gent., 325

Fell, John, 24

", William, 233

Fellow, John, 178

", Thomas, 178

Felon branded and sent to Bridewell, A, 108

" " and sent to ho of correction to remain there un til transported, A, 293

" after receiving benefit of clergy to remain in prison except he depart the kingdom, A, 2

" tried on an indictment in London, A 6

" to endeavour to recover stolen plate, A, 3

" suspected, Prosecutor to allow 6d. per diem to a, whilst in prison, 78

" see Felons

Felonies, Accessory to, 122, 308

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

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

Feloniously stealing, see Stealing, &c.

Felons, Harbouring, &c., 35, 36, 39, 45, 57, 60, 85

", hanged, Number of, temp. Charles I., 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 116, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 126

", ", Number of, temp. Commonwealth, 283, 285, 287, 288, 289, 291, 293, 294, 295, 296

", Orders for rewards to be paid for apprehending, 231, 235

", see Felon

Felony, 32, 34, 60, 124, 218, 280, 297 (2). 298, 300 (5), 301 (8), 379

", Accessory to, before and after the fact, 36, 95

Felony, Accessory to, to be kept in prison, &c., until confession of where goods are be made, 7

", Suspected accessory to, 103

", " " to a, of £40,000, 78

", Branded for, 200

", Order concerning a constable or bellman compounding a, 55

", of £40,000, Order made by parliament to examine persons concerning a, 78

", Suspicion of, 81, 93, 118, 171, 214, 254, 263, 269, 276, 368, 386, 387

", see Goods, Chattels, &c., Stealing

Feltes, John, 279

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

Felton, 93

", a person coming from church, Threatening to, 108

Fence, Abraham, 248

Fenchurch Street, London, 84, 276, 312, 386

Fenner, John, 313, 314

Fermyn, Joseph, 55

", see Firmin, Phyrmyne

Ferret ribbon, 360

Ferry was on fire," Persons charged with saying "they came to see whether the, 384

Fervile, co. Salop, 145

Fetter Lane, London, 81, 167, 185, 242

Fettering and inhumanly beating an apprentice, 239

Fettiplace, John, gent., 68

Fettyplace, John, 126

Fever, Pestilent spotted, and a burning, 58 (2)

Field, Challenging another to the [to fight a duel], 255

", Henry, gent, 255, 293

", John, 109

", lane, Market kept at, 13

", walker, A common, 97

", see Feild

Fifth monarchy man, A, 329

Filkins, Francis, 179

Finch, Mary, 330

", Walter, 319

Fincher, Richard, esq., 249

Finche's Work (Book called), 13

Finchley, co. Midd., 5, 16, 55, 180, 181 (4)

", Parish of, 55, 181

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

Finchley church, Fighting in, and disturbing the minister and congregation of, 180, 181 (2)

" Churchwardens of the parish of, 180, 181

" fire at, A, 16

Fine of 100 marks for depraving the book of common prayer, 116

" " for speaking seditious words against the queen, 125, 127

" for wounding and maiming, and reminded to prison, 33

Finglehead, co. Westmoreland, 47, 132

Fins, whale, Stealing, 29

Fire balls compounded of gunpowder, brimstone, &c., 384, 385 (2), 386

" " Setting fire to, firing, and destroying houses, [385], 386

" " Throwing, 385, 386

" Certificate of losses, sustained by, 16

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

" at Finchley, A, 16

" iron, A, 389

" of London, The great, 384 (2), 385 (2), 386, 387

" ", Defrauding of goods delivered at the time of the, 387

" ", Embezzling goods at the time of the, 384, 386, 387

" ", Persons and goods of such whose habitations were destroyed in the late, to be received into neighbouring parishes for relief and shelter in obedience to proclamation, &c, 388

Fire of London, Order that divers persons remove out of St. James's, Clerkenwell, to their several parishes where they were settled before the late, 387, 388

" ", Suspected of being in the plot and privy to the, 385 (3), 386, 387

" Obtaining money under forged passport and pretended, 39

" wild, A barrel of stuff to make, 385

Firmin, John, 86

", Joseph, 150

", see Fermyn, Phyrmyne

Fish, Stealing, 5, 54

", Street, Old, London, 361

Fisher, Bridget, 39

", Edward, 21

", Francis, 386

", Hamlett, 103

", Henry, gent., 152

", Isabella, 126

", Katherine, 102

", Mary, 386

", Steven, 309

", Thomas, 330, 370

Fitter, William, 80

Fitton alias Bedolph, Peter, clerk, 116(3)

Fitz-Gerrard, John, gent., 368

" ", Walter, gent., 331

Fitz-Hughes, Kenellum, 258

Fitz-James, Henry, 215 (2)

Fitz-Simons, Richard, gent., 331

Five Ink Horns, Grub Street, The, 310

Flagons, see Plate, prices of

Flanders lace, 306, 320

Fledborough, co. Nottingham, 133

Fleet, The king's, 384

", Street, 97, 217, 255

Fleetewood, Bridgett, 264

", James, D.D., 264

Fleming, Daniel, 330

Flemings, Keeping wenches to stand at a door to entice in, 252

Flesh, Counterfeit license to kill, dress and sell, during lent, 37, 38

", Order touching trading in, on the sabbath-day, 13, 14

Fletcher, Edward, 231

", James, gent., 261, 262

", James, 165

", John, 331, 335

Fletcher, Thomas, 17, 107, 125(2), 126, 163, 329

Flint, co., 146, 148

Flogging a female to death with a rod, 193

Flood, Evans, 14

", Francis, 4

Flour, 200

Flower-pots, 275

Flowers, &c., A picture of, by Vander Vene, 275

Floyd, Jenkin, 276

", Sarah Weaver alias, 269

Fluellin, John, gent., 169

Flynt, Thomas, gent., 376

Foard, Robert, 75

", Thomas, 75 (2)

Follett, Thomas, 224

Follins, Morris, 278

Fontaine (Fountaine), Charles de Vendosne [sic] (Vendosme), de la, gent., 323, 324

Footman of the earl of Warwick slain, A, 57

" of the duke of York, A French, 324

Footmen's coats with rich cognizances, 79

Forcett, co. York, 41

Ford, Edward, 352, 359

Fordham, John, 160, 341

Fore Street, St. Giles's, Cripplegate, London, 310, 330

Forestalling. &c., 16 (2)

Forged certificates, 232

" letters, 232 (2), 388

" ", with a counterfeit sign manual, 81

Forgeries (orders, certificates, &c.), 232, 261, 262, 265

Forgers fined and sentenced to stand on the pillory for two hours on two several market-days, &c., 388

Forgery, Order for person to be bailed (in a large sum) for, 211

", see Counterfeit, &c.

Forks, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Fornication, 291, 295, see Adultery

Forrest, Philip, M.D., 372

", Thomas, 250

", William. 74

Forsheire, John, "doctor," 302

Forte el dure, Peine, The punishment of, described, 350

Forte et dure, Peine, Sentenced to the, 111, 112, 120, 126, 202, 223, 270, 283, 284 (2), 285 (3), 286, 287, 288 (2), 289 (2), 290, 291 (2), 293 (2), 295 (3), 296, 350, 372

" ", " Sentences to the, temp. Charles I. and the Commonwealth, xxi

Fortune playhouse, Assaulting an inhabitant and the constable of the, 161, 162

" ", noted brothel near the, A, 165

" ", Whitecross Street, Riot at the, ix, 161 (2), 162 (4)

" ", Threatening to pull down the, 162

Fossett, Matthtw, 208

", Temperance, 208, 288

Foster, Francis, 161

", Lane, London, 81, 113, 341

", Thomas, 351

", William, 161, 300

Fouley, Nicholas, 224

Fountain pens, Silver, 380

Fountaine (Fontaine), Charles de Vendosme (Vendosne) de la, 323, 324

Fowler, Mr., 271

", Sir Thomas, 110

", Thomas, 330

Fownhope, co. Hereford, 145, 146

Fox, Captain, 274

", Henry, 311

", Jane, 259

", Lane, Shad well, 313

Foxcott, co. Warwick, 41

Foy, Katherine, 179

", Lazarus, 179

Framefield, co. Sussex, 31

Frames for casements, 276

" Picture, 275

France, 326

", king and queen of, Burglary at the dwelling-house of the ambassador of the, xi, 89, 90

", Suspicion of assisting Penruddock to escape to, 246

France, A family taken prisoners at sea by a French man-of-war and carried into, 30

", hoping the English in, would receive the same sauce there, Seditious speech, 243

", see French

Francis . . . ., 104

" John, 365

" Katherine, 26

" Martin, 274

" Robert, 21, 26

" William, 375

", see Frauncis

Francke, Robert, 162 (2)

Franklyn, John, 78

Fraud, 66, 69

", Fine of £100 for, 70 (2)

Frauncis, William, gent., 235, 236

", see Francis

Freckleton, Lady Fraunces, 37

Freeman, Alice, 6

", Thomas, 161

", William, 250

Freind, John, 246

French ambassador's lodgings, Newport House, Celebrating mass at the, 248, 249

" " servants, Robbery of the, 253

" Francis, 350

" hoods of velvet, 35

" John, 197

" Robert, gent., 207

", see France

Frenchmen, Murderous assault by, on soldiers, 174, 175

Frere, Israeli, esq., 5

Frethe, Richard, 36

Frier, William, 179

", see Fryer

Friern Barnet, Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected, 63

Fringe, Gold, 30, 41

", Silver, 41

Frith, John, 181

Frivolous actions, Arresting neighbours on, 164, 165

Frome, co. Somerset, 204

Fruen, Henry, 365

Fruits, A picture of, 275

Frye, William, 125

Fryer alias Herne alias Richmond, Andrew, clerk, 78, 115 (3)

" Henry, 35

", see Frier

Fulham, co. Midd., 23, 26, 34, 58(2), 66, 130, 138, 154, 218, 246, 263, 373

", Parish of, 34, 218, 263

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

Fuller, Francis, 118

", George Fulwood alias, 223

Fuller's Rents, Holborn, 290

Fulrice, co. York, 46, 131

Fulwood, George, 273

", (or Full wood) alias Fuller, George, 223

Fumbregen, Matthias, 242 (2), 243

Funeral sermon, Disturbing the minister of West Drayton whilst preaching a, 271

Furbisher, William, 329

Furnace, Avis, 229

", William, 229

Furnifold, Henry, gent., 288

Furnifull, Anne, 239 (2)

", Edward, 239 (2)

Fustian, Stealing remnants of, 27

Fynney, Richard, 32

G.

Gadmadam, co. York, 46, 131

Gadsden, John, 164

Gage, George, 285

", " clerk, 198

", Thomas, 198

Gale, Agnes, 223

", Elizabeth, 217, 218

", James, 217, 218

", John, 217, 218, 289

", Peter, 218

Gall, Giles, 262

Galloon lace, 225

Gallows, see Tyburn

Game at cards, A, 32

Games, Constables to search in the fields and arrest all playing at, 189

", Unlawful, 32, 202

Gaming-house, Keeping a common, 202

Gandie, Elopaine, 175

Ganyeare, Bonadventure 241 (3)

Gaol Delivery books and sessions of peace rolls, v

" Deliveries, Clerk of, 10

" ", at the Court House, Old Bailey, 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

" Deliveries London and Middlesex, 3 (2), 5, 10, 11, 15 19, 22, 23, 27, 29, 34, 37, 39 43, 51, 55, 56 (2), 57, 71, 72, 74 (3), 75 (6), 80, 81, 84 (2) 87 (2) 88, 89, 90, 93, 94 95 (2), 96 (3), 97, 103 (3), 118, 163, 165, 166, 168, 171 (3), 195, 203, 210, 211 (2), 233, 238, 253, 264, 268, 271, 272 (2), 282, 290, 305, 306, 307 (3), 308, 309 (2), 311, 314 (2), 316 (2), 317, 326 (2), 335 (2), 336, 338 (5), 339, 349, 365, 371 (2), 372, 386 (2)

" Delivery of 21 June, 17 Charles I., Editorial note and summary of the, 372

" " Justices of, 92

" " Register temp. Charles I., Further particulars taken from the, 106– 127

" " " temp. Commonwealth, Further particu lars taken from the, 207, 283– 301

Garden . . . ., 224

" roller, An iron frame for a, 258

" Unlawfully entering a, 220

Gardener, Thomas, 363

", see Gardiner, Gardner

Gardiner, Joan, 223

", Peter, 285

", Richard, gent., 386

", " 119, 233

", Thomas, 171

", William, 246

", see Gardener, Gardner

Gardner, John, 191

", Phillip, 215

", Ralph, 258

Gardner, Sir William, knt., 35

", see Gardener, Gardiner

Garladye, Richard, 39

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

Garman, Edward, 181

Garment, see Apparel, prices of

Garner, William, 298

Garnets, 32

Garney, George, esq., 35

Garnish, Nicholas, 359

Garrat, John. 338

Garrell, Joan, 38

Garrison, James, 177

Garters, see Apparel, prices of

Garth, Thomas, 315

Garthwaite, Timothy, 240

Garton, John, 299

Garvas, John, 278

Gaseley, John, 300

Gatehouse, Westm., The, 182

", " Petition of poor prisoners in the, 101

", " Prisoners in the, 182, 303

", " Victuals collected for relief of poor prisoners in the, 101

", " Wages paid to basketman to collect victuals for poor prisoners in the, 101

Gate-keeper extorting money from courtiers, &c., to pass the king's private way near Gray's Inn Lane end, 166

Gates, Alice, 21

Gateside, co. Northumberland, 47, 132

Gatton, co. Surrey, 76

Gay, Richard, 330

", see Gey

Gayer, John, 70 (2)

Gaywood, Thomas, 206

Geffrey (or Jeffery), John, 232

", see Jeffery, Jeffrey

Gelthroppe, Arthur, gent., 362

Gems, see Jewellery, prices of

Genney, Anne, 195

Genoa, Signor Francisco (Franco Barnardo) Barnardy Phillipson (Phillippson), resident for the commonwealth of 270, 295, 296

Gent, Edward, 11

Gentleman of quality, Affronting and abusing a, 320

George, Francis, 55, 110

", William, 161

Gerrard, Charles, gent., 383

", Sir Gilbert, bart, 282

", Henry, 302 (2)

Gery, George, gent, 335

", William, esq., 175

Gey, John, 281

", see Gay

Giare, John, 233

Gibbes, Joane, 256

", Samuel, 70, 71

", Uriah, 256

", Walter, gent., 144, 146

", see Gibbs

Gibbins, Thomas, 85

Gibbons, Thomas, 330

Gibbord, William, 274

Gibbs, Mary, 247, 292

", see Gibbes

Gibson, Susan, 121

", Thomas, gent., 261, 262

Gifford, Peter, 193

Gilbert, John, 332

", Samuel, 334

Gilbey, Anne, 11

Gilby, Anne, 11

Gilbye, John, 162

Gildon, Richard, gent., 338

", William, gent., 338

Giles, Edward, lawyer, 94

", Lancelot, 63

", see Gyles

Gilforde, Roger, 117

Gill, Samuel, 253

Gillman, Thomas, 102

", see Gilman

Gillum, Peter, 351

Gilman, Thomas, 246

", alias Gilmore alias Crosse, Thomas, 231, 232

", see Gillman

Gilmore, Samuel, 367

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

Gilpine, Peter, 79

"Gingerlyne," 9

Girdlers, The warden of the company of the, 52

Girdles, see Apparel, prices of

Girle, Joseph, 360

Gisbrough, co. York, 46, 131

Gisburne, Christiana, 339

Gitters, Richard, 375

Glass beads, Necklaces of, 225

" looking, in a crimson velvet cover and laced with gold lace, A, 275

Glasses, Silver plates for, 10

", Venice, 275

Glenister, Thomas, 315

Gloucester, co., 186

Gloves, see Apparel, prices of

Glynn, lord chief justice, Uttering scandalous words against, 252

Gnast, Peter, Picture by, of a deboist [debauched] man and woman, 275

Goddard, John, 319

Godden, John, 73

Godfrey, Hugh, 334

", Thomas, 330

Godolphin, John, 326

Godwyn, Cassandra, 209, 287

", James, 209, 287

Goffe, Anne, 235

", Robert, 330

", William, 169, 235

Gold, coronet of beaten, A, 79

", Diamonds set in, 87

", embroidery, 33, 79, 191, 192, 213, 219

", fringe, 30, 41

", John, 271

", Pretending to have the king's evil, and thereby cheat the king of his, 334

", lace, 23, 33, 35, 41, 44, 79, 95, 251, 267, 275, 320, 380

", plate lace, 30

", Medals of, 380

", Melting, 3

", Richard, gent., 368

", ring, counterfeit, A, 165

", and silver, Drawing [engraving (?)] irons for, 24

", twist, 30, 44

Golden bullets, 268

" fly set with rubies, diamonds, and sapphires, A, 53

" Fortune, The (ship), 335

" Lane, co. Midd., 44, 58, 62, 69, 128, 129, 131, 135, 163, 164, 165, 167, 168, 311

" ", in the parish of St. Gileswithout - Cripplegate, 104, 377, 378

Golder, Anne James alias, 29

Golding, Anne, 259

Gomersall, Richard, 107

Good, Anne, 17

", Henry, gent., 17

", Henry, 107

", Robert, 253

Goodaker, John, 194

Goodchilde, John, 270, 365

Goodman, John, clerk 73 (2), 171

", Marke, gent., 216

", Richard, 330

", William, 386

Goods and chattels, Feloniously taking away and receiving of, 2, 10, 11, 17, 23, 24 (3), 27 (2), 29, 30, 31, 32, 36 (2), 38, 39 (4), 41 (2), 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 51, 54 (2), 56, 57 (2), 60 (2), 69, 72, 73, 85, 89, 98, 101, 108, 114, 120, 124, 125, 126, 127, 192, 200, 201, 208, 209, 213, 218, 223, 225, 232, 233, 236 (2), 240, 244, 246, 251, 255, 256, 258, 259, 262, 267, 270, 276, 278, 285 (2), 286 (2), 287, 288, 289, 290 (2), 291 (3), 293, 294, 295 (2), 306, 315. 319, 321, 351 (2), 372

" Obtaining, by false pretences 69, 70

" obtaining, by false pretences, Whipping for, 70

" into a parish without certificate from a place suspected to be visited with the plague, Bringing, 375

" out of an infected house in Gray's Inn Lane, Bringing, 373

" Receiving stolen, 96, 97, 336

Goodwin, James, 258

", Thomas, 321

", William, 387

Goose, Thomas, junior, 382

Goosnac, Goosnar, Goosenarghe, Goosenarth [Goosnargh], co. Lancaster, 47, 132, 133

Gore, The hundred of, 2, 25

Gorge, Sir Arthur, knt., 18

", Edward, lord, 33, 34

", Tymoleon, gent., 18

Gorgets, see Apparel, prices of

Gosbill, John, 58

Gosfield, co. Essex, 207

Gosforth, John, gent., 87

Goslein, . . . ., 105

Gosling, Henry, 333

Gospright, George, 312

Goswell Street, co. Midd., 163, 182

Gott, Jane, matron of the ho. of correction, 7

Gouldman, George, D.D. (justice of the peace), 16

Government, Suspected disaffected persons to the, 309 (2)

", Reviling the, 321

", Seditious words spoken against the, 312

", of Vertue (Book called the) 48

Gowns, see Apparel, prices of,

Grafton, co. Warwick, 45, 134

Graistoke [Greystocke], co. Cumberland, 132

Grand Larceny, 296 (3), 297 (12), 298 (10), 299 (13), 300 (12), 301 (9)

Grandison, co. Suffolk, 142

Grange [Cawdey], co. Chester, 47

Grantham, Launcelott, gent., 249

Grateley, William, 320

Graunt, alias Chappell, Susanna, 233, 234

", William, ix, 181

Gravel Lane, 258 (2)

" ", Stepney, 223

" ", New, Stepney, 247, 251, 341

Gravenner, alias Grosvennor, John, gent., 30

Graver, William, 303

Graves, William, 249, 259

Gravesend, 335

", Hole Haven, against, 314

Gray, Anne, 274

", Henry, 242

", Patrick, 162

", Richard, 85

", de Warke, William, lord, 31

", see Gray

Gray's Inn, co. Midd., 56, 71, 95 (2), 104, 175, 202, 212, 249, 290, 291 (2), 309, 333

" ", in St. Andrew's, Holborn, 36

" ", Chambers in, 11, 40

" ", Holborn, street near, 388

" ", Maliciously breaking windows in, 40

" ", Lane, 40, 166, 290

Gray's Inn Lane, Bringing goods out of an infected house in, 373

" " ", Refusing courtiers, &c., to pass through the king's private way near, 166

Graystocke [Greystocke], co. Cumberland, 47, 132

Great Seal, Endeavouring to compass the grant of a baronetcy, &c, under the, 82

" ", Lord commissioners of the, 188, 189

" ", Lord keeper of the, certified of losses by sea and fire, 16 (2)

" ", lord keeper of the, Suit from the inhabitants of Hillingdon to the, 28

" ", of Charles I. in wax, Procuring a mould of the, to be taken in tobaccopipe clay, 307

" ", A pardon under the, 119

Green, Anthony, 179

", Bank, Stepney, 259

", Dragon Court, St. Giles's-in-theFields, 177

", John, 164

Greene Arbour Lane, St. Sepulchre's parish, 266

" Elizabeth, 269

" alias Holmbie, Francis Quassett alias Robert Redpeth alias, clerk, 52, 80, [116 (2), 117]

" George, gent., 319

" George, 327

" John, 269, 294

" John, junior, 382

" John, senior, 382

" Mathew, 265

" Moore, 327

" alias Pettygreene, Peter, 221

" Philip, 371, 372

" Thomas, gent., 144

" Thomas, 330

" Timothy, 248

" William, 85, 170

" William Owen alias, 298

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

Greengoose fair, Stratford, Bow, Order tosuppress, during whitsun week, on account of the plague, 62

Greenhoe Bolton (or Bottom), co. York, 46, 131

Greenloue [Greenlaw (?)] Parish of, co. Berwick, 81

Greenoway, Harcourt, gent., 219

Greenway, Richard, 341

", Theophilus, gent., 328

Greenwich, co. Kent, 148

", Letter under sign manual dated from the manor of, 28

Greenwood, Clement, 165

", George, 385

Gregger, Nicholas, 242

Gregory, Edmond, 326

", Edmund, gent., 271

", Thomazina Warberton alias, 27

", see Grigory

Gregson, William, 166

Grendon, co. Northampton, 204

Gresham, Richard, 12, 19, 25

Gresmond [Grosmont], co. Monmouth, 146

Grevelthroope, co. York, 131

Grewelthorpe, co. York, 46

Grey, Phillis, 306

", Thomas, 197

", see Gray

[Greystocke], Graistoke, or Graystocke, co. Cumberland, 47, 132

Griffeth, Robert, gent., 80

", see Griffith

Griffin, Henry, 63

", Hester, 292

", William, 97

Griffith, John, 330

", see Griffeth

Griggs, Edwin, 115

Grigory, Robert, 334

", see Gregory

Grigson, John, x, 35, 36

Grimes, George, 384

", Samuell Peirson alias George, 273

Grissold, John, 252

Groom of the duke of York, A, 324

[Grosmont], Gresmond, co. Monmouth, 146

Grosvennor, John Gravenner alias, gent., 30

Grosvenor, Colonel (justice of the peace), 234

Grub Street, co. Midd., 44, 62, 131, 143, 167, 237

" ", The Five Ink-horns, 310

" ", May-day riot in, 161

Grubbe, William, 290

Grubble, William, 330

Grymesditch, Thomas, gent., 176

Grymserge, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

Gualter, William, gent., 40

Guard, Court of, Affronting and calling the, a pack of rogues, 97

", A yeoman of the, 166

Gudger, Peter, 271

", alias Williams, Peter, 298

Gun, Discharging a loaded, 40

", Shooting with a, 40

", tavern in Wapping, 303

Gunn Alley, Wapping, 235

", Thomas, 328

", Yard, Bishopgate Street 313

Gunpowder house in Clement's Inn, The, 59, 60

" " in Clement's Inn, to be viewed by justices &c, The, 60

" " late in Lincoln's Inn Fields, The, 59

" Houses at Wapping destroyed by explosion of, 99

Gurney, Sir Richard, knt. and bart. (lord mayor), 82

Gutter Lane, London, 81

Guy, Richard, 118, 119, 337

Gwinne, Mary, 369

Gwyn, Jane, 284 see Gwynne

", John, 214

Gwynne, Jane, 191 (2) see Gwyn

Gyan, Elizabeth, 216

Gyatt, James, 241 (3)

", John Baptist, 241 (4)

Gyles, Daniell, 250

", see Giles

H.

Hack, William, 262

Hackett, Sir Cuthbert, knt., 28

Hackleton, Thomas Allen, alias Wood alias, 315

Hackney, co. Midd., 22, 267, 319, 322, 347. 375, 376

Hackney, Parish of, 22, 267

", " church of, Brawling in the, 333

", " The guard of the, 322

", Endangering the inhabitants of the parish of, by receiving children and goods there from places infected with the plague, 375, 376

", Assessment made at, for furnishing, &c, the new workhouse at Cle kenwell, 337

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

", Conventicle held in, 343, 345

", A house at, beset by robbers 257

", coachman fined ten groats for not attending the sessions when bound over to do so, A, 101

", coachmen to answer for obstructing the highway plying for fares, 105

", coachmen not to stand within three yards of, or feed their horses in the streets before men's doors, 227

", coaches plying against the Exchange from Covent Garden, Obstruction by, 100, 101

", coaches obstructing the highway against the New Exchange waiting for fares, 105 (2)

", coaches, Petition to fine, exceeding the number of six, at the Exchange, &c, 101

", " Unlicensed, 252

Haddocke, Helen, 34

Haddoway, Thomas, 327

Hadley, co. Midd., 123, 153, 312

", Parish of, 312

", " church of, Molesting the minister of the, during divine service, 312

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

", Richard, 296

Haggerston, co. Durham, 45, 134

Hague, The, 275

Haies, George, 257

Haighton [? Huyton], co. Lancaster, 47, 133

Hail-shot, Firing, 40

Hair, Gold rings for locks of, wrought with tulips and enamelled, 381

Haiward alias Howard, Anne, 247, 292

Hakes, Samuell, 297

Hale, William, 300

Hales, co. Norfolk, 145

", Thomas, 253

Haley, John, 40

", Thomas, 364 (2)

Hall, Andrew, clerk, 91, 92, 120

", Edward, gent., 85

", Edward, 212

", Elizabeth, 31

", John, gent, 186

", Mary, 337

Halsey, Clement, gent., 262

", Margaret, 188

Halton, Owen, 312

Hambleton, Anne, 303

Hamden, John, 330

", Mr., 269

Hamerton, Stephen, esq., 132

", see Hammerton

Hammersmith, co. Midd., 5, 15, 39, 54, 58, 69, 135, 166, 192 (2), 197, 211, 320

", Parish of, 5, 39, 54, 135

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

Hammerton, Stephen, esq., 46

", see Hamerton

Hammond, Bennet, 373

", James, 250

", (or Hamond) alias Jackson, John, clerk, 77, 114 (2)

", William, gent., 98

", alias Nelson alias Valentyne, William, 77

", see Hamond

Hamocke, Stephen, 262

Hamond (or Hammond) alias Jackson, John, clerk, 77, 114 (2)

", alias Smythe, Thomas, 10

", see Hammond

Hampe, William, 97

Hamper, Anne, 387

", William, 387

Hampshire, The States ship, 214

Hampson, . . ., 381

Hampstead, co. Midd., 83, 118, 139, 327

", Parish church of, John Sprint, clerk, minister of the, 84

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

", co. Midd., 20, 269, 270, 312, 333. 382

", Parish of, 382

Hampton, Anne, 79, 114

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

", Jane, 198

", Richard, 79, 114

", Robert, esq., 198

", court, hare-warren and park of, Unlawfully hunting, &c, conies in the, 160

", " honor of, Taking hares with cords near the 268

Hancock, Hillary, 247

Hancocke, Anthony, 139

", Joan, 126

", John, 376

", Richard, 93

Hand, Valentine, 330, 331

Handkerchers, see Apparel, prices of

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

Hangers, see Apparel, prices of

Hangleton, co. Sussex, 51

Hanmer, co. Flint, 148

", Francis, clerk, 237, 238, 292, 293

Hannson, Thomas, merchant, 37

Hanscombe, Thomas, 213

Hanwell, co. Midd., 86

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

Hanworth, co. Midd., 338

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

Hapton [Hoghton], co. Lancaster, 48

Harbert, Charles, esq., 36

", Sir Edward, knt., attorney general, 82

Harding, Thomas, 161

Hardy, William, 365

Hare Alley, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 330

" John, 37

" Mary, 327

" Timothy, 299

" warren within the manor of Hampton court, The, 268

" ", Hampton court park, Unlawfully hunting, &c., conies in the, 160

Harecourte, Henri de Louraine, Prince of (French ambassador), 89, 90

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

Hares near Hampton court, Taking and destroying, 268

Harley, Zachereas, 164

Harlington, co. Midd., 333

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

Harman, Francis, 264

", John, 349

Harmon, Benjamin, 93

Harmondsworth, co. Midd., 27, 371

", Parish of, 27, 371

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

Harmoratt alias Crosse, Dennis, 262

Harper, John, 169, 304

Harraton, co. Durham, 46, 132

Harriett, Henry, gent, (one of the king's coroners), 61

Harrington alias Browne, John, 188

", in Chadgley Corbett [Chaddesley Corbett], co. Worcester, 43

Harris, Elizabeth, 336

", Henry, gent., 322

", John, 168, 240, 262, 327

", Mary, 294, 387

", Miles, 294

", Robert, 258

", Roger, 336

", Symon, 269

", William, 336

Harrison, George, 353

", Henry, 181, 246

", John, 118, 244

", Susan, 260

", William, 339

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

", free school at, William Hide, M.A., master of the, 208

", manor of, The court leete held in the, 208

", Order for the master of the free school at, to be discharged from serving as headborough of, 208

Harrow-on-the-Hill, parish of, The constable of the, 282

" " ", parish of, Chief inhabitants of, to make choice of a headborough of the, &c., 208

" " ", whipping-post at, Trespassers publicly whipped at the, 282

Hart Street, Crutched Friars, in St. Olave's, 367

Hartepoole (or Hartpoole), [Hartlepool], co. Durham, 45, 134

Hartoppe, William, 160

Harvey, Robert, 84

", Thomas Worstley (suspected Romish priest), 180

", William, 339

Harwood, Edward, 224

", George, 282

", Magna, co. Lancaster, 45, 134

Hasteede, Thomas, 370

Hastinges, Raphe, esq. (Justice of the Peace), 16

Hatbands, see Apparel, prices of

Hatch Beauchamp co. Somerset, 74

Hatcher, Walter, gent., 368, 369

Hatchet An assault with a 21

Hather, Richard 291

Hats called demi-castors, 73 (2), 271, 316

", see Apparel, Prices of

Hatter, Richard, gent., 236

Hatton Garden, &c., Assessment made at, for furnishing, &c., the new workhouse, Clerkenwell, 337

", Alce [sic], 304

", John, 304, 336

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

Haughton, Thomas 294

Haulchton, co. Flint. 146

Havers Gilbert, 178

Haward, Edward 276

", John 276

Hawes, Robert, 382

Hawker of seditious pamphlets, 194

Hawkes, Katherine, 108

", Richard 108

", William, 169

Hawkins, Elizabeth, 336

", Ellen 290

", Francis, 330

", Joan, 230

", John, 290

Haydon, James, 362

", see Heydon

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

Haynes, Joan 200

", John, 200

", William, 176

Hayward, Peter, 256

Headborough of Bethnal Green Resisting a 258 (2)

" of Blackwall, A, 325

" of Limehouse, A, 267

" of Ratcliffe highway, A, 252

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

" of Stepney allowing a prisoner to escape, A. 305

" of Wapping, A, 270

" Taking away a search warrant from a 224

Headboroughs &c. 13 40

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

" of Shoreditch, 256, 257 (2)

" &c., of Stepney to sequester the estates of conventiclers, 362

" Victuallers whilst serving as, to be suppressed from keeping victualling &c., 14

Headboroughs, see Constables. Officers

Heads of offenders, Sentences to stand on the pillory with inscriptions of the offences placed on the, 22, 38, 48 53, 70 (2), 102, 107, 117, 125, 388

Heake, Thomas 266

Heale, James, 267

Heamon, Roger, 207

Hearden, William, 215

Hearne (or Herne) alias Richmond, Andrew Fryer alias, 78, 115 (2)

Heath, Richard, 169

", William, gent, 178

Heather, Edward, 163

Heaver, Joan, 126

Hebbes, Robert, 166

Hector, A reputed, 253

Hedge, John, 60

Hele, John, esq., 215

", Nicholas, esq., 213

Hellifeild, co. York, 46, 132

Heminges, Thomas, 56

Hemp, &c., Certificatory letter for money for, for the poor to work upon, 331

", Prisoner to beat, and to live on what he gets, 109

", mill at ho. of correction to be repaired, and another built, 44

Hemsall, Christopher, 12

Henderson, William, 247

", [sic] William, clerk, 91

", see Hinderson

Hendon, co. Midd., 5, 214, 317 (2), 373

", Parish of, 214

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

", church, Making a disturbance in, during divine service, 317, 318

", Conventicle held in, 343, 345

Henley-in-Arden, in the parish of Wootten Wawen co. Warwick, 54, 137

Henlip, co. Worcester, 145

Henllan, co. Denbigh, 148

Henne, Christopher, 161

Henrietta Maria, Queen, assaulting her servants, 170

" ", Queen, Burglary at the dwelling-house of, x, 35, 36

Henrietta Maria, Queen, Stay of proceedings under sign manual against a recusant servant of, 71

" ", Queen, Fine of 100 marks for speaking seditious words against the, 125, 127

" ", Queen, Seditious speeches against, 88, 101, 103, 125, 126, 127, 304, 309, 310

" ", Queen-mother's house at Chiswick, 170

Henry. . . . ., gent., 80

" the Fourth (A book called) 13

" VIII., A gold picture of, 9

Henson Henry, 250

" William, 178

Hepper John, 327

Hepscott, co. Nonhumberland, 47, 132

Herbert, Elizabeth, 221

Hereford, co., 145, 146, 147 148

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

" Armitage Dock, Stepney, 315

" in Wapping, &c., 315

" Wapping-juxta-, in Whitechapel, 315

Herne, Mr. [justice of the peace], 67

", (or Hearne) alias Richmond, Andrew Fryer alias, clerk, 78, 115(2)

Herring, Isa, 290

Herringe, Robert, 161

Hertford, co., 66, 75, 81, 123, 169, 260, 272

Hessey, Francis Byde, alias West alias Fremasons, 29

Heston, co. Midd., 20, 26, 35, 42 (2), 44, 48, 49, 86, 103, 105, 129, 130(2), 131, 136(2), 139, 144, 153, 175

", Parish of, 103, 135, 175

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

", [Osterley] parkat, Assaulting and beating servants in the, 105

Hetherhall [sic] Ethersell, or Hethersall, Mary, 230 (2)

Hewett, Joan Cordwell alias, 36

", Peter, 296

", Richard, 10

Hewlam [Hulam], co. Durham, 45, 134

Hewlyn, Benjamin, 311

Heworth, co. York, 46

Hewson, Jefferey, 363

Heycock, Humphrey, 174

Heydon, Andrew, 299

", see Haydon

Heysem alias Delbridge, Thomas, 44, 45

Heysham, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

Heyston [Heysham], co. Lancaster, 132

Hickabusie, William Balme, alias, 62

Hickes, John, 85

", William, 307, 377, 378

", see Hicks

Hickman, Richard, 239, 301

Hicks, Sir Baptist, knt. and bart., Burglary at, 9

", Captain, 273

", Hall, 222

", " An order made at, referring a petition to the justices inhabiting within the Holborn division, 382

", " St. John's Street, 51, 97, 147, 148, 149, 186, 195, 202, 209, 212 (3), 220, 226, 230, 231, 237, 254, 275, 277, 282, 321, 324, 333

", " Warrant to convey conventiclers to the port of London for embarkation, &c., dated at, [362], 364, 367

", " Sessions of oyer and terminer, Sessions of the peace, General sessions of the peace, General quarter sessions and Quarter sessions held at, see Sessions

", John, 225

", see Hickes

Hickxhall, see Hicks Hall

Hide, Edward, 353

", Sir Nicholas, knt., chief justice of the common pleas, 29

", William, 180

", William, M.A., master of the free school at Harrow Hill, 208

", see Hyde

Higgens, Hugh, 167

", Joane, 230 (2)

Higges, Henry, 125, 126

High Street, Whitechapel, 371

Higham, Francis, 174

Highgate, The earl of Kingston's house house at, 281

", Persons visited with the plague at, to be shut up, &c, 40

", General sessions of the peace held at, 4

Highway, Assault in the, 263

", Obstruction of, by hackney coachmen plying for fares, 105

", robbers to be hanged in Holborn, 319

", Surveyors of, 226, 228, 229, 230, 231

", see Highways

Highwaymen, &c, Charged with being a companion of, 256

Highways, By-laws for preservation of, 226

", " touching, Editorial note upon the, 228

", and common carriers, Order touching, 195

", damaged by excessive weights carried upon carts, waggons, &c, 196, 227

", decayed in several parishes, 196

", and ditches, Dead carrion not to be cast into the, 226

", Orders and by laws touching, 228, 229

", Ordinance made for preservation, &c., of, 226, 229

", repaired by inhabitants of parishes, &c, 196, 226, 227

", of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, By-laws made by the inhabitants and surveyors of the, 226, 229

", of St. Leonard's parish, Shoreditch, By-laws touching the, 227

", Surveyors of, to distrain for breaches of by-laws of, 229

", see Highway

Higrinus, John, Ph. Dr., 78

Hill, David, 254

", Elizabeth, 219

", Humphrey, 100

", James, 3

", John, 165, 330

Hill, Robert, 165

", Thomas, 99, 310

", William, 125 (2), 126

", see Hills

Hillingdon, co. Midd., 320

", Parish of, 28

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

", Inhabitants of, 28

", church, &c, of, Petition for letters patent to collect a benevolence for repair of, 28

Hills, Humphrey, 20

", John, gent., 214

", see Hill

Hilton, Thomas, gent., 133

", Thomas, 45

Hinckley, Alice, 165

Hincks, Joshua, 330

Hinde, John, esq., 265

Hinderson [sic] William, 93

", see Henderson

Hinton, Thomas, 310

Hipsley, Edward, 289

Hitch, Anne, 121

Hitchcock, Edith, 167

Hixe, Arthur, 27

Hixhall, see Hicks Hall

Hoare, Henry, gent, 368, 369

", Henry, 178

Hobbes, John, 384

", Richard, 151

", Suzan, 3

", Thomas, 22

Hobert, John, 309

Hoberts, Miles, esq., 362

Hobson, William, 333

Hockin, John, 98, 184

Hockley-in-the-Hole, Making a fire at, and near the saltpetre houses, 386

"Hocus-pocus," 241

Hoddesdon, Thomas, 200

Hodgekins, Captain Thomas, 310

", see Hodgkins

Hodges, Mary, 182

", Thomas, 30

Hodgkins, John, 290

", see Hodgekins

Hodgson, Edward, 62, 63

", see Hoxton

Hog Lane, 258

Hog Lane, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 183

Hogge alias Armour, Margaret, 124

" alias Armory, Margaret, 182 (2)

Hoggeflesh, Thomas, 386

[Hoghton], Hapton, Hoopton, co. Lancaster, 48, 133

Holborn, co. Midd., 1, 2 (2), 3, 5, (2), 12, 16, 19, 21, 23, 25, 31, 35, 36, 38 (3), 41, 42 (2), 45, 50 (3), 51 (2), 52, 53 (2), 54, 55 (2), 58 (2), 59, 64, 65, 66, 71, 74, 76, 81, 86, 88, 94, 97, 104, 119, 129, 130 (2), 134, 135, 136 (2), 137, 138, 139, 140, 141 (2), 142 (3), 143 (2), 144, 146, 147, 148 (2), 150, 155, 162, 166 (2), 172, 173, 174, 176, 179, 180 (2), 184, 186, 192, 200, 202 (2), 204, 205 (2), 206 (2), 210, 211, 212, 218, 220 (2), 221 (2), 223, 224, 230, 242, 244, 249 (2), 252, 259, 262, 282, 315, 318, 320, 322, 324, 325 (2), 334, 337, 338, 347, 352, 359, 372, 381, 383, 385

", St. Andrew's, parish of, see St. Andrew's, &c.

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

", Ely House, 225

", Fuller's Rents, 290

", The highway at, 194

", Highway robbers to be hanged in, 319

", division, Justices inhabiting within the, 382

", street near Gray's Inn, Forgers to stand on the pillory at, for two hours, &c, 388

", The Turnstile tavern in, 336 (3)

", An arrest by the watch in, 57

", Breaking windows at the back of, 165

", High, co. Midd., 5, 12 (2), 24, 44, 131, 147, 165, 250, 273, 318

", " The constable of, 118

", " constable of, Petition for payment of money expended by the, on the poor of, during the visitation of the plague, 382

Holborn, High, Churchwardens and overseers of the poor of, 382

", " The quest for, 250

", " Rates assessed for the visited poor of, 382

", " St. Giles's - in - the Fields, 271

Holborne, Bernard, 260

Holder, John, 318

Hole haven, co. Essex, 314

Holes (a game), 189

Holland, Fine, 79

", see Hollands

", Henry, carl of, K.G., Defaming the, 82

", Henry, 253

", Joan, 218

", Sir John, knt., 147

", John, 177

Hollands, 70, 315

", see Holland

Hollis, William, 126

Holloway, John, 174, 175, 280

Hollyday, Edward, 126

Hollyer, Richard, 327

Hollyman, John, 183

Hollywell Street, co. Midd., 58, 59, 102, 137, 176, 181

" ", St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, Conventicle held in, 343, 345

" ", the thoroughfare for carrying away a great part of the soil of the city, 227, 228

" ", Soil from the city scattered in. by overfilling carts, &c, 228

Holmbie, Francis Quasse't, alias Robert Redpeith alias Greene alias, clerk, 52, 80 [116 (2), 117]

Holme, co. Lancaster [47], 133

Holmehall [Holme Hall], co. Norfolk, 146

Holmes, Ellis, 3

", Elionore, 87

", Thomas, 87, 307

", William, 7, 104

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

Holt, Christopher, 375

", John, 299

Holte, Sir Thomas, knt. (justice of the peace), 39

Holton, Thomas [junior], 328

", Thomas, senior, 328

Holy Court, The (book), 379

" Trinity, Maintaining &c., blasphemous opinions against the, 204 (2)

Homicide, Justifiable, 68, 69

", by mischance, 40, 49, 70, 110, 281, 320

", in self-defence, 315, 318

Hone, John, 268

Hoods, see Apparel, prices of

Hooke, Mary, 295

Hooker, John, 229

", Mr., 40

Hooks and eyes, A maker of, 269

Hooper, Gifford, 104

Hoopton [Hoghton], co. Lancaster, 133

"Hooves" of beasts, Recognizances not to gather or store up, during the time of the plague, 167 (2)

Hopgood, Henry, 362

Hopkins, Henry, 264

", John, 32

", William, 225

Hoppe, John, 319

Horlocke, William, 282

Horn into a shop, Throwing dirt and a, 280

Hornchurch, Parish of, co. Essex, 261

Home, Mary Board alias, 296

", Richard, 94, 95, 122 (3), 123

", Thomas, 10

Horner, Benjamin, 303

Horns, ink, Silver, 380

Hornsey, co. Midd., 5, 86

", Parish of, 52

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

", Inhabitants of, 52

", Order to annul an election to be constable of, 52

Horse-bits, 72

" cloth, A canvas, 251

" ferry, Tothill Fields, Westm, The bridge near the, 50

" foot picker, A, 382

Horse, lord general Cromwell's regiment of, The, 203

", stealing, 21, 27, 55, 112, 124, 192, 201, 283 (2), 284 (2), 286, 288, 298 (2), 372

", " Acquittals for, 19, 38, 103, 372

" see Horses

Horselock with chain, Fastening a, to the leg of an apprentice, &c., 231

Horses, Reins for coach, 21

", Runaway, 110

", not to be fed in the streets before men's doors, 227

", tailed together, Galloping with, through Whitechapel street, 183

", under pretence of a warrant from parliament, Taking up, 176

", see Horse

Horsley, George, 163

Horsleydown Stairs, St. Olave's parish, 263

Horth, George, 255

Horton, Anne, 110

", co. Bucks, Burglary at, 270

", George, 228

", Richard, 312

", Walter, 207

Horwood, Alexander, 260

Horwth, co. Lancaster, 134

Hose, see Apparel, prices of

Hosier Lane, 62

Host, Elevation of the, 241, 247, 248

Hothwell, co. Leicester, 142

Hough, Nicholas, 176

Hough-super-Montem, co. Lincoln, 65, 133. 141

Houlden [? Howden], co. York, 46

", see Houldon

Houlding, William, 240

Houldon (or Houlden), [? Howden], co. York, 131

", see Houlden

Houltesen, Baltezar, gent., 242

", see Houlthousen

Houlthousen, Balthazar, 254

", see Houltesen

Hounsditch in St. Botolph's, 340

Hounslow, co. Midd., 24, 26, 45, 167

", Parish of, 27

House of Correction, see Correction, Ho. of

", James, 240

House pulled down in a riot at Moorfields, A, 99 (2)

" Threatening to pull down the, of a member of the parliamentary committee, 102

" see Houses

Housebreaking, 15, 17, 29, 31, 36, 65, 85, 122 (2), 201, 222, 255, 262, 271, 315, 372, 380

", An accusation of, 178

", Acquittals for, 36, 300, 320

Household, comptroller of the king's (Car. I.), Sir John Sucklinge, knt., 2

", implements and stuff for a workhouse, Certificatory letter for money to purchase, 331, 332

Houses closed as infected dwellings, Breaking into, 64 (2)

" divided &c., Owners of, to be assessed for relief of the poor, although dwelling out of the parish, 374, 375

" not to be divided into tenements, and only one family to reside therein, 374

Hoven, Frederick, 167

Hovingham [Ovington], North Riding, co. York, 166

Hovington [Ovington], co. York, 41

How, Robert, 98

Howard, Anne, 337

", Anne Haiward alias, 247, 292

", Jeremiah, 322 (2)

", William, 327

[Howden ?], (Houlden or) Houldon, co. York, 46, 131

Howell, Elizabeth, 64

", Prudence, 102, 125

", Richard, 192

Howket, Robert, 160, 161

Howman, Robert, 168

Hownsden, Robert, 271

Howson, Helen, 124

Howston, John, 51

Howth, co. Lancaster, 45

Howton, John, 368

Hoxton, co. Midd., 26, 319

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

", in St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 375

Hoy, A (boat), 388

Hoyle, John, esq. (or gent), 333, 334

Hubbard, John, 321

Hubbert, Master, 295

", Mr., 99 (2)

Hubert, Robert, 386

Hudson, Francis, gent., 80

", Peter, 95

", Samuel, 252

", William, esq. (justice of the peace), 52

", " 257

Huggett, John, 92

Hughes, George, 64

", John, 103

", Margaret, 126

", Rowland, 242

", Walter, 165

[Hulam], Hewlam, co. Durham, 45, 134

Hulbert, George, esq., 79, 80

Hull, Mary, 339

Hulstead, Edward, 277

Hulsted, Edward, 266

Hume, John, gent., 207

Humfreyes, Michael, 60

", see Humphreys, Humphries

Humiliation day, Rescuing lambs distrained upon for breach of, 196

Humphreys, John, 334

", see Humfreyes, Humphries

Humphries, Robert, 82

", see Humfreyes, Humphreys

Hunn, Thomas, 23

Hunt, Dorothy, 336

", Paul, 319

", Ralph, 16

", Thomas, 173

Hunting, Unlawful, in Theobald's park, Enfield, 93, 94

Huntley, Jordaine, 310

Hurst, Daniel Hust alias, [320], 321

", William, 29

Hurston, Augustine, 20

Hurstwood, co. Lancaster, 47, 133

Husband, wife to answer concerning the death of her, A, 75

", to allow his wife £20 per annum for her separate maintenance, Order made for a, 275

Huse, Daniel Huske alias, 320, [321]

Huske alias Huse, Daniel, 320, [321]

Hust alias Hurst, Daniel [320], 321

Hutchin, Richard, 26

", see Hutchins

Hutchins, John, 89

", Richard, 20

", Katherine, 274

", see Hutchin

Hutchinson, George, 255

", John, 258

Hutton, Henry, 214

[Huyton], Haighton, Hyton, co. Lancaster, 47, 132, 133

Hyatt, Thomas, 255

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

" Sir Robert, chief justice, 361, 363

" see Hide

Hynde, Anthony, 221 (2)

Hynett, William, 333

Hyton [Huyton], co. Lancaster, 132

I.

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

Ickswort, William, 305

Idle persons living out of service under pretence of coal-heaving, &c., 169 (2), 170

Immoral houses, Order for the suppression of, xii, 13, 14

Impious bargain with an evil spirit, Making an, xi, 88

Imprest man refusing to appear on shipboard, An, 384

Impresting a woman for Jamaica with a pretended warrant, and taking money to discharge her, 248

Incest, Prosecution for, 289

Incontinency, see Adultery

Indian gilt drawing-board, An, 275

Indicatory letters and other abbreviatory capitals used in the present volume, xxvii

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

" of Frances Richardson for picking the pocket of Francis Quarles, gent., x

Indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex, Capital executions for felonies, or for silence to, temp. Charles I., xvii

Indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex, Capital executions for felonies, or for silence to, temp. Commonwealth, xviii

" and orders of the files and books temp. Charles I., Curious, x

" Process book of, from 6 Oct. 7 Charles I. to 4 Dec. 16 Charles I., vi

" Process book of, Particulars taken from the, 7–16 Charles I., 128–159

" Recognizances, Coroners' Inquisitions, &c., &c., temp. Charles I., 1–105

" Recognizances, Coroners' Inquisitions, &c., temp. Commonwealth, 188–282

" Recognizances, Coroners' Inquisitions, &c., &c., 12–18 Charles II., 302– 389

" and Recognizances of sessions of peace rolls, viii

" and Recognizances taken from sessions of peace rolls temp. Charles I., 160–187

" and Recognizances of the commonwealth records, Curious, xiv

" for stealing jewellery and plate, x

Indies, see East Indies, &c.

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

Informers, 100, 202, 215, 216

", bribed (re tippling act) to be disqualified to be, 53

Ingle, . . . ., 269

Ingots of silver, 56, 85

Ink-horns, Silver, 380

Inman, George alias John, 35, 36

", alias Pothecary, George alias John, 36

Inmate, An, 177

Inmates, &c., to be removed from newlyerected, or divided houses, cellars, &c., 373, 374

Inn, Beating and bruising a man in an, 75(2)

Inner Temple, see Temple

Innes, Alexander, gent., 382, 383

Inns, see Signs

Inquisitions-post-mortem, Coroners', 2, 4, 18 (2), 20 (2), 21 (2), 24, 32, 34, 40 (2), 42, 43, 48, 50 (2), 58 (3), 61, 62, 64, 68, 70, 214 (2), 219, 221, 248, 254, 281, 302, 318, 320, 325, 334, 362, 383

" Coroners', not returned, 189

Insurrection, An, 310 (2)

", against the government, Penruddock's, 246

Insurrectionist, Harbouring and concealing an, 246

", suspected, A, 310

Interludes and stage plays at the Red Bull playhouse, Unlawfully maintaining, xv, 279, 280

Ippesley, William, 105

Ipsly, Anne, 293

Ipswich, co. Essex [sic], 10

Ireland, army in, Attempt to rob the states waggon laden with money for the, 204

", City of Dublin, 177

", John, 184

", plantation in, Secretary and Solicitor for the affairs of the city of London, touching the, 52

", An impressed soldier to serve in the wars of, and order concerning the same, 1, 2

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

", William, 99

", Zouch, 288, 289

Irish priest, An, 171

Irnham, co. Lincoln, 48, 133

Iron bar, An, 276

" bars, Carrying away, 257

" crow bar of, A, 183

" casements, 276

" chest, An, 273

" fire, A 389

" frame for a garden roller, An, 258

" Counterfeit needles made of (poisonous), 170

" Pieces of, 276

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

" see Irons

Ironmonger Lane, London, 147

Irons, Drawing (Engraving tools (?)), 24

", Gilt stirrup, 72

", see Iron

Isgare, Adam, 223

(?) ", Adam Esterley, 293

", Mary, 224

(?) ", Mary Anne Esker, 293

Isleworth, co. Midd., 28 (2), 373, 384

", Parish of, 28 (2)

", " Weekly assessment made in the, for relief of persons infected, 62

Islington, co. Midd., 21, 23, 55, 58, 81, 102, 128, 129, 154, 159, 160, 171, 179 (2), 194, 337

", Parish of, see St. Mary's, Islington

", parish church of, Attempt to raise a tumult in the, on the sabbath-day, 102

", The highway between the Red Bull and, 160, 161

", Murderer hanged on a gibbet at, for three hours, 288

", Person sentenced to be hanged for sacrilege at, 110

Issard, Grace, 28, 29

Issue plates, Silver, 380

Itchell, William, 37

Itchill James, 319

Itchington, Thorpe in, alias Long Itchington, co. Warwick, 54, 137

Ivery, Abraham, 16

Ivinghoe co. Bucks, 197

Ivory, Bridget, 279

", dial, An, 95

J.

Jack, A [a block], 43

", Richard Carpenter alias Phibby, 42

Jackman, Thomas, 330

Jackson, Alice, 87, [88]

", alias Atkinson, Frances, 24 292

", George, 224

", John Hammond (or Hamond alias, clerk, 77, 114 (2)

", Mary, 224

Jackson, Simon, gent., 68

", Thomas, 252

Jacob, Thomas, ix, 168

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

", Impresting a woman for, with a pretended warrant, and taking money to discharge her, 248

", Prisoners pardoned to be transported to, 368

", Warrant for the sheriff of Middlesex to convey conventiclers to the port of London for embarkation to, 362, 364, 367, 370

James alias Golder, Anne, 29

" Edy, 233, 234

Janes, Thomas, 126

Jarrow, Bridget, 334

Jarvis, Edward, 193

Jay-bird, Shooting at a, 40

Jefferies, William, 258

Jeffery, William, 370

Jeffrey, . . . ., 72

", see Geffrey, Jeoffrye

Jeninges, Mr., 67

", see Jenings, Jennings

Jenings, Jonathan, 330

", Thomas, 305

", see Jeninges, Jennings

Jenkins, Dorothea Babtian alias Dame Dorothy, 275

Jenkinson, Sir Thomas, knt., 147

Jennings, Hugh, 175

", John, 175, 201, 298

", see Jeninges, Jenings

Jenny, Sir Arthur, knt., 188

Jeoffrye (or Geffrey), John, 232

" see Jeffery, Jeffrey

Jerkins, see Apparel, prices of

Jemegan, Sir Henry, bart., 21

Jervis, John, 94, 95, 96, 122 (2), 123

Jesson, George, 328

Jesuit, A (prisoner in Newgate), 180

", A suspected, 273 (2)

Jesuits, &c., Neglecting to assist in execution of warrant for apprehension of, 245

", Recusants, &c, Proclamation for executing the laws against, 238

Jeupe, William, 381

", see Jupe

Jewell, William, 334

Jewellery and plate, Indictments for stealing, x

Jewellery, Prices of:—
-, Agate set with diamonds, An, with falcon cut, 9
-, Beads, Agate and crystal, 381
-, Bodkin set with diamonds, A gold, 235
-, " silver, A, 203
-, Bodkins, Gold, 87, 98
-, Bracelet set in gold, cornelian, A, 381
-, " pearl, with green and red stones, A, 44
-, Bracelets, Diamond, 44
-, " Pearl, 44, 87
-, Buckle for a belt, silver, A, 381
-, Buckles, Silver shoe, 380
-, Buttons, Gold, 251
-, " Silver, 381
-, " Silver plate, 380
-, Carcanet of gold set with diamonds, A, 98
-, Carconet of diamonds, A gem called a, 44
-, Case enamelled, with picture therein, A gold, 236
-, Chains of pearls, 60, 87, 95, 198
-, Cluster of nutts with rubies of gold, A, 53
-, Corals set in gilt dockets, with silver bells, 380
-, Coronet of beaten gold, A, 79
-, Cross set with an emerald and pendants of gold set with diamonds, A gold, 236
-, Crucifix, silver-gilt, A, 381
-, Gems, &c., 87
-, Golden fly set with rubies, diamonds and sapphires, A, 53
-, Hearts, Silver, 232, 381
-, Jewel of gold set with diamonds, with a pendant of gold set with diamonds fastened thereto, A, 236
-, " " with emerald and diamonds, A, 85
-, " " enamelled, A, 316
-, " " set with diamonds, A round, 53
-, Jewel called a true lover's knot, enamelled black, with diamonds, A, 53
-, Jewels, 81, 86, 87, 96
-, " for a caroonet [carcanet], 87
-, " of gold set with diamonds, 203, 316
-, " Pendant, set with diamonds, 36
-, Knot set with diamonds, A gold, 235
-, Medals, Silver, 267
-, Necklaces of pearls, 39, 191, 222, 235, 315
-, Padlocks of gold, enamelled, 53
-, Pearl, A great, set in gold, like an acorn, 87
-, Pencils, Silver, 381
-, Pendants, Diamond, 44, 53
-, " &c., of gold set with diamonds, 236
-, Picture of Charles II. set in gold with a pearl hanging to it, A, 380
-, " of our lady Mary, garnished with silver, A, 35
-, " of our Saviour, garnished with gold, A, 35
-, Ring, black enamelled, with a knot and pointed diamond, A, 53
-, " gold, set with an "amatist" [amethyst], A, 259
-, " " set with a blue stone, A, 218
-, " " gold enamelled, set with Bristol stones, A, 232
-, " " enamelled with a death's head, A, 267
-, " " with a death's head engraven, A, 60
-, " pointed diamond, A, 44
-, " " set with doublet stone, A, 32
-, " " set with an emerald and two diamonds, A, 209
-, " " great, enamelled black, A, 53
-, " " enamelled with divers colours, A, 53
-, " " set with a garnet, A, 32
-, " " hoop, with a diamond, A, 44
-, " " with knots, A, 32
-, Ring, gold, with a picture of Charles I. on it, A, 380
-, " " with the picture of a crow set in it, A, 268
-, " " set with red stones, A, 203
-, " " set with ruby and amitus (?) [amethysts] stones, A, 36
-, " " set with rubies and a table diamond, A, 273
-, " " cut with arms to seal, A, 9
-, " " set with todstones, A, 211, 218
-, " " with a "turkey stone," A, 60
-, " " set with a yellow stone, A, 259
-, " see Rings
-, Ringlet with a ruby, A gold, 264
-, Rings, 81, 95
-, " Gold, 53, 74, 85, 89, 192, 193, 201 (2), 203, 218 (2), 232, 264, 267, 273, 316, 381
-, " " set with Bristol stones, 32
-, " " set with diamonds, 39, 53, 60, 89, 198, 203, 211, 259, 268, 273
-, " " with diamonds set in them like a rose, 267 (2)
-, " " set with emeralds, 198, 267
-, " " enamelled, 203, 232, 381
-, " " for locks of hair, enamelled, 381
-, " " for locks of hair wrought with tulips, 381
-, " " Hollow, 381
-, " " Joint, 381
-, " " set with rubies, 211, 218
-, " " Seal, 60, 89
-, " " Wedding, 267, 381
-, " " see Ring
-, Seal, A cornelian, 203
-, gold, set with a cornelian engraven, A, 236
-, Seal . . ., An emerald, 203
-, " gold, set with a sapphire, engraven, A, 236
-, Seals, Silver, 37, 232, 381
-, Tags, set with diamonds, Gold, 235
-, Watch, brass, A, 95
-, ", gold, A, 236
-, ", with two covers, A, 95
-, ", silver, with crystal case, A, 203
-, " " garnished, with crystal, with case unpolished, A, 95
-, ", case, silver, A, 380
-, Watches, 85, 201
-, ", with brass covers, 95
-, ", with crystal covers, garnished with gold, 95
-, " Gilt, 95, 96
-, ", with gilt covers, 95
-, ", with, or in gold cases, 236, 267, 268, 321
-, ", Silver, 95, 96
-, ", with covers of silver, 95
-, Whistle with a coral and silver chain, A, 264
-, " silver, A, 95

Jewellery, &c., Stealing, to the value of £1,500, 81

Jewels worth £800, Suspected accessory to stealing, 269

" see Jewellery, price of

Jewer, William, 269

Jewers, Ambrose, 255

Jewess, Order touching a professed, 186

", A professed, to attend the assembly of divines, 186, 187

", " " Certificate from the assembly of divines concerning, 187

Joaneby (or Joanby), co. Cumberland, 47, 132

Joanes, Anne, 165

", Thomas, 339

", see Jones

Jobur, Stephen, 175

John, . . ., 52, 183

John, Ship called the, 230 (3)

", and Katherine, The boatswain of the, 266

", of London, The hoy, 307

Johnson, Christofer, 165

", Edward, 224

", Edward, gent., 151

", Henry, 254

", James, 339

", John, 272, 327

", alias Becom, John, 79

", alias Cole, Joseph, 10

", Mr. (constable), 336 (3)

", Margarett, 165

", Nathan, 314

", Robert, 251, 327

", Samuel, 303

", Simon, 60

", Thomas, 208

", William, 62, 63, 201, 267, 284

", see Johnsonn, Jonson

Johnsonn, Edward, 219

", see Johnson, Jonson

Joice, Mary, 247, 292

Jole, Augustine, 265

Jones, George, 290

", Henry, 48, 326

", Isabell, 298

", James, 11 (2)

", Jervas (Jervis or Gervis), gent., 260, 261, 262, 282

", John, 283, 379 (2), 380

", Lewis, 334

", Richard, 327

", Susan, 255

", Sir William, knt. (justice of the common pleas), 38

", see Joanes

Jonson, Edmond, 257

", see Johnson, Johnsonn

Jordan, Elizabeth, 32

", Joseph, 330

Jordane, Richard, 288

Jowles, Captain Valentine, 277

Judges of Assize, Signet addressed to, 67

" " ", co. Bucks, Signmanual addressed to the, 28

" of the king's bench, An order to be given by the, 110

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

Junk, Suspicion of stealing a parcel of, from a ship, 254

Jupe, Edward, 63

", see Jeupe

Jury, Record of a special finding of a, touching a catholic priest, 81

Jury, grand, Presentment of the, touching the rate of sea coals, &c., 213

", of matrons, 85, 107, 110, 111, 287 (2)

Justice, lord chief, Glynn, Uttering scandalous words against, 252

", " " Rolle, 213

", " " Committal by the, 367

", Chief (Sir Orlando Bridgman, knt. and bart.), 373, 374

", " of the common pleas (Sir Nicholas Hide, knt.), 29

", " (Sir Robert Hyde), 361, 363

", " (Sir John Keeling, knt.), 373, [374]

", " of the upper bench, 210

", of the common bench (Edward Atkyns), 220

", of the common pleas (Sir William Jones, knt.), 38

", of the pleas (Sir John Keeling, knt.) A, 361, 363

", " " (Sir Robert Twisden, knt.), A, 361

", high court of, Depraving the, 192

", hall in the Old Bailey, 85

", " in the Old Bailey, Sessions of the peace for the city of London held at the, 210

", " in the Old Bailey, Quarter sessions of the peace for London and Middlesex held at the, 272 (2)

", of the peace, Certificate of marriage before a, 223

", " A false certificate of parties having been cried for marriage presented to a, 234

", " within the city of London, A, 100

", " co. Kent, A, 193

", " Recusants to deliver themselves to the nearest, 172

Justice of the Peace, Warrants from a, 185, 186

" see Justices, &c.

Justices of Gaol Delivery, 92

" of Middlesex, Certificatory letter from the president and governors of the corporation for the poor to the, 331

" of Middlesex, Decree of the, removing the vicar of Twickenham for preaching sedition, &c., from the pulpit, 308

" of oyer and terminer 92

" of the Peace, No alehouse keeper to be licensed but by five of the, 190

" of the Peace, The form of certificate to be used in the case of recusants refusing to take the oath of abjuration and neglecting to appear before, to take the said oath, 238, 239

" of the peace, Disturbers of the peace after proclamation made by, 353 (2)

" of the peace assembled at Hicks Hall, 202

" of the peace, Judgments and decrees of the, declaring null and void certain contracts of marriages, 233, 237

" of the peace, Order of the, for husband to allow his wife £20 per annum for her separate maintenance, 275

" of the peace, Order made by the, for annulment of a marriage on account of age, 264

" of the peace, A pension granted by the, 2 [25]

" of the peace, Petition of a maimed soldier referred from the king to, I

" of the peace, Ratification, &c., by, of bye-laws for preservation of highways, 226, 227, 229

" of the Peace (named) at the general quarter sessions held at Hicks' Hall, 363, 373

" of the peace (named) at session of oyer and terminer held at Hicks Hall, 361, 365

Justices of the peace, Warrant of the, to conduct conventiclers to Newgate 370

" of the peace co. Essex, 207

" of the peace, co. Warwick, 39

" of the peace for Westminster (named), 100, 105, 186, 194 (2), 196

" of the peace for Westminster, Petitions to the, 100, 101

" to report the number of alehouses necessary for each parish, &c, 190

" sitting in the vicinity of unlawful assemblies (conventicles), 349

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

" certificates made to the lord keeper, &c, 16 (2), 28

" Insolent and contemptuous speaking to and of, 6, 34, 163, 174 177, 231, 276

" breaking up an unlawful meeting of quakers, 353 (2)

" (named) who heard and determined a case of sedition, 119

K.

Kampe Anthony, 104

Katherine wheel (an inn), Southwark, The, 237

" Tower, Parish of, see St. Katherine's, Tower

Keeling, Sir John, knt. (chief justice), 373.[374]

", " (one of the king's justices), 361, 363

", Mary, 229, 230

Keepers of the liberty of England by the authority of parliament, The, 188, 189, 190, 191, 197, 202, 217, 275, 278 279, 280 281, 282

Keinton John, gent. 85

Kelham, George, 165

Kelley, William, 107

Kelly, William, 22

Kelmishe [Kelmarsh], co. Northampton, 160

Kempe, Henry, 381

", Thomas, 264

[Kempsey], Kemsey, co. Worcester, 145

Kempton, Mathew, 255

Kemsey, [Kempsey], co. Worcester, 145

Kemys Sir Charles, bart, 267

Kenman alias Kinman, William, 219

Kennett alias Smith Elizabeth, 299

Kennit alias Smith. Elizabeth, 278

Kensington, co. Midd. 5 9, 20, 23 26, 31, 38, 42, 130, 136, 142, 143. 144 153, 168, 191, 211, 304

", Parish of, 9, 191

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

Kent, Co., 39, 48, 54, 55, 76, 87, 136, 137, 146, 148, 193, 253

", Highway robbery in, 209

", Isaac, 68

", John 257

Kentish Town, co. Midd., 6 23, 143 144

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

Kerby, Thomas 263

Kerbye John, 162

Kerrington, Henry, 175

Kerry Lane, London, 147

Kersley Thomas, 109

Keswick, co. Cumberland, Counterfeit writing reporting a large fire, &c., at, 217

Ketch, John, clerk, 321

Kettle, Stealing a 72

Kettleby, co. Lincoln, 133

Kew, co. Surrey, 18

Key, Henry, 300

Keys, 37, 383

Kidders, Licences granted to, 373

Kidnapping and being Kidnappers, Persons accused, &c, of, ix, 100 (2). 181, 182, 185, 224, 230 (4), 233, 239 (2), 253 (2), 255, 256, 257 (2), 259 (2), 261, 262, 263, 266 (2), 269 (3), 271, 274, 278, 279, 302, 303, [306], 315, 326, 331, 335 (2), 336 (2), 351, 367, 381

Kidneys," Death from "the payne of the, 58

Kiffener, Andrew, 236

", Judeth, 236

Kilbourn Abbey, 276

Killersbye, Sara, 126

Killing in self-defence, [221], 290

" and slaying, Heavy recognizances to answer for, 18, 19

Killinghall, co. York, 46

Killingham [Killinghall], co. York, 132

Killman, John Henry, lord, ambassador to the duke of Hohtein, 280

Kinder, Matthew, 75

"King [Charles I.] is a stuttering fool," Seditious speech saying the, 93

" Denying the, to be supreme head of the church of England, 165

" " Person to answer for saying "God bless the, but not expressing whom meant, 195

" Harry Yard, St. Botolph's. Aldgate, 335

" John, 96, 305

" Sampson, 298

" Street, Wapping, 367

" Thomas, 98

" Tom (Thomas, lord Fairfax, called), 103

Kinge, Aron, 173

", David, 311

", John, 170

", William, 184

Kingegate, 177

Kinges, William, 34

King's Bench, Chief justice of the, 374

" ", Indictment certified in the, by writ of certiorari, 116

" ", judges of the, Order to be given by the, 110

" ", Recusants producing writs of certiorari to be returned into the, 154 (2), 155 (4), 156 (3), 157 (6), 158 (9), 159

" ", A Scire facias to be brought into the, 108

" ", Speakers of sedition to answer for same in the, 114 (2)

" coroner of the household, Henry Dennington, gent., 61

" coroners for Middlesex, Henry Harriett, gent., one of the, 61

King's counsel at law, The, 118

" court, (Whitehall), The, 61

" evil, Pretending to have the, and thereby cheat the king of his gold, 334

" Langley, co. Hertford, 75

" proclamation, Imprisonment for speaking against the, 115

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

Kingsland, Bridge near St. Leonard's church, Shoreditch, leading to, to be repaired, 230, 231

Kingston, Henry, earl of, 281

", John, 303

", co. Surrey, 170

Kinletthall, co. Hereford, 148

Kinmon, William Kenman alias, 219

Kint, Richard, 169

Kipping, Francis, 139

Kippinge, Francis, 32

Kirkby Stephen, co. Westmoreland, 47, 132

Kirton, Daniell, 253

Kitchinge, Edward, gent., 85

Knee cuffs, 280

Knife, A dagger, 221

", and sheath, Robbery of a, 194

Knight, Arthure, 288

", Christopher, 271

", Edward, 194, 285

", Henry, 64

", Leonard, 163

", Philip, 63

", Richard, 51, 138

", Thomas, 242

", William, 19

Knightlie, Andrew, gent., 117

Knockton Abbey, co. York, 46

Knocton, co. York, 131

Knot, Gold, see Jewellery, price of

", A jewel called a true lovers', 53

", Mary, 223

Knowles, earl of Banbury, Lord, 32

", Francis, 307

", Henry, esq., 6

", William, 264, 265

Knox, Francis, 176

Knuckle, John, 57

Kowcrosse, 169

", see Cow Cross

Krookvergness in Morgan's Rents, Stepney, 258



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