Index
S - Z

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

Year published

1888

Pages

526-564

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Sa-menesius, Pantaleo De, esq., 219

Sabbath-day, Drinking, quarrelling, gambling, &c., in an alehouse on the, 161 (2)

" ", Order touching butchers and poulterers trading on the, 13, 14

Sack, bottles of, Revelling merchants ranting with, in their hands, &c., 254 (2)

", Carrying a man in, 310

", cloth, Stealing, 27

Sackville, Edward, esq., 319

Sacrett, Christian Chacrett alias, 239

", see Chacret, Chacrett, Chatred, Chetrost

Sacrilege, Persons sentenced to be hanged for, 110

Saddle, A, 314

", cloth, embroidered with gold and silver, A velvet, 191, 192

Sadler, James, 22, 98

Saffron Hill, co. Midd., 1, 19, 42, 44, 58, 66, 130, 131, 144, 218, 257, 319, 324

" ", The liberty of, 218 (2)

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

" ", Bridge leading over the sewer between Chick Lane and, to be repaired, 218, 219

" ", Inhabitants of, to repair the bridge at Chick Lane, &c., and levy a rate for the same, 218, 219

" ", Inhabitants of, to be overseers of the constables, &c., of. 14

" ", Notorious and other women at, 13

Sailor, Revenge for an injury done to a 162

Sailors creating a riot at the Fortune playhouse, 161, 162 (4)

" Raising a mutiny among the, on Tower hill, 153

St. Alban's, co. Hertford, 66

St. Andrew's, Coleman Street. 310

", Holborn, 1, 2, 3, 5 (2), 12, 16, 19, 21, 23 25 31, 35, 36, 38 (3), 41, 42 (2), 45, 50 (3), 51 (3), 53, 54, 55 (2), 58 (2), 59, 64, 65, 66 71, 74, 76, 81 86, 88, 94, 97, 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 (3) 173 174, 176, 179, 180 (2), 184 192, 204, 211, 221, 224. 229. 242, 244 249 (2), 252, 262, 282, 315, 318 320 322, 325 (2), 334 338 347, 352 359, 372, 381 383 385

St. Andrew's, Holborn, parish of, 36, 38 (2), 50 (2), 51, 52, 53, 64, 94, 95, 97, 143, 166, 172, 192, 194, 200, 202 (2), 205 (2), 206, 212, 220 (2), 223, 249, 262, 315, 318, 320, 325, 334, 381, 383

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

", Holborn, parish of, Order to repair a certain bridge within the, 218

", Holborn, Upbraiding the constable of, 174

", Holborn, Gray's Inn, in, 202

", Holborn, The highway at, 194

", Holborn, churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of, 220, 221

", Holborn, Purpoole Lane, 324

St. Anne's, Aldersgate, Parish of, 194

", Blackfriars, 147, 228, 246, 269, 359, 383

", see Sts. Anne and Agnes

St. Bartholomew's - without - Aldgate, London, 154

" the-Great, London 43, 147, [164], 236, 264, 269

" the-Great, Parish of, 236

" the-Less, London, 240

" London, 176, 341, 351

St. Benet's Fink, London, 99

St. Bennet's, St. Peter's Hill in, Paul's Wharf, London, 240

St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 173, 229, 242, 244

", parish, Aldersgate, 241

", without-Aldersgate, Parish of, 201

", Aldgate, 89, 170, 214, 308, 325, 328, 385

", Aldgate, Parish of, 259, 273, 274

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

", Aldgate, The constable of, 385

", Aldgate, Houndsditch in, 340

", Aldgate, Nightingale Lane, 304, 335

", Aldgate, Red Lion Alley, 273

", Aldgate, Rosemary Lane, 363 371

", without-Aldgate, London, 22, 185, 195, 259, 341, 351

", without-Aldgate, Parish of, 22, 195, 259, 351, 377, 378

", without-Aldgate, East Smithfield. 310

", Bishopgate, 325, 340

", Bishopgate, Artillery Lane, 324

", without-Bishopgate, London, 86, 147, 242 (2), 243 (6), 250

", without-Bishopgate, Parish of, 87, 351

St. Bride's (otherwise St. Bridget's), London, 74, 75, 147, 148, 173, 180 229, 242 (2), 245, 247, 248, 252, 310, 324 (2), 359 (2), 385 (2)

" Parish of, London, 23, 204, 260

St. Catherine's Coleman, London, 178

St. Christopher's Islands, America, Suspicion of taking up children to transport them to, 233

St. Clement's Danes, co. Midd., 1, 2, 5, 9, 23, 32, 33 (2), 34. 35, 39, 49, 54, 56, 58, 73, 76, 80 (2), 96 135, 136, 137, 139 (3), 142, 144, 147, 148, 152, 154, 157 (3), 158, 159, 170, 171 (2), 172 (2), 180, 183, 191, 195, 196, 197, 211, 214, 215, 242, 250, 255, 264, 268, 269, 272 (2), 303, 318, 319. 321, 322, 328, 338, 362, 368, 369, 372

St. Clement's Danes, Parish of, 9, 32, 33, 39, 49, 73, 80 (2), 96, 172, 191, 196, 210, 215, 250, 255, 264, 318, 319, 321, 369, 372

" Danes, Assessment made in the parish of, for furnishing the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

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

" Danes, Churchwardens, overseers and inhabitants of, 318

" Danes, Outrages, &c., committed by the inhabitants of, 49

" Danes, A house infected with the plague closed by the constable of, 64

" Danes, The indigent poor of, to be set on work to gain their living, 318

" Danes, Order for rate of £400 to be raised in, to finish a workhouse, &c., within the said parish, 318

" Danes, Soil, &c., deposited by inhabitants of, in St. Martin's parish, 49

St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London, 247

" in-the-East, Parish of, in the ward of the Tower of London, 60

" in-the-East, Minories Lane, 271

" in-the-West, London, co. Midd. 93, 98, 118, 136, 142, 152, 158 (3), 176, 189, 200, 228, 246, 248 [?], 253, 307, 314, 371, 383, 386

" [in-le-West], Fleet Street, 217

" in-the-West, Parish of, 93, 189, 314, 371, 386

" in-the-West, Symond's Inn, 163

" Parish of, 23

St. Faith's, London, 240

", Parish of, London, 240

St. George's parish, co. Somerset, 215

" Southwark, co. Surrey, 97, 375

" Parish of, Southwark, 237

" Parish church of, Southwark, 237

St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, London, 17, 20, 24, 55, 58, 59, 66, 74, 88, 92(2), 97, 99, 113, 135, 137, 147, 153, 206, 214 (2), 221, 224, 228, 233, 237, 240, 243, 250 (2), 257, 263, 279 (2), 305, 325, 375

" without-Cripplegate, Parish of, 24, 88, 92 (2), 179, 214, 221, 237, 250, 257, 279, 316

" Cripplegate, Weekly assessment made in the parish of, for relief of persons infected with the plague, 62

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

" Cripplegate, Churchwardens and inhabitants of, 316

" without-Cripplegate, Conventicle held in, 343, 345

" without-Cripplegate, Fore Street, 310, 330

" without-Cripplegate, Golden Lane, 104, 377, 378

" without-Cripplegate, parish of, By-laws made by inhabitants, &c, touching the highways in the, 228

" Cripplegate, Housekeepers forsaking their wives and families in, owing to distress, &c, in a.d. 1659, 317

" Cripplegate, Amount of money lent by John Clarke for the relief of the poor of, in a.d. 1659, 316

" Cripplegate, Order for a rate to be levied for repayment of money lent for relief of the poor of, a.d. 1659, 316

" Cripplegate, Old Street, 72

" -without-Cripplegate, Ship Yard, 377

" Cripplegate, Whitecross Street, 279

St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, co. Midd., 3 (2), 5 (2), 8, 11 (3), 12 (2), 14, 19, 20 (2), 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29 (2), 30, 31, 32, 35 (2), 38, 42, 43 (3), 44, 45, 49, 54, 56 (2), 57, 58 (2), 59, 60, 61 (2), 65, 66 (2), 73, 75 (2), 76 (3), 77 (2), 78 (2), 80 (2), 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91 (3), 92, 94, 95, 96 (2), 98, 103 (2), 104, 128, 129, 130 (2), 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139(2), 140, 141, 142, 143, 144 (2), 145, 146, 150, 154 (4), 155 (4), 160 (2), 163, 169, 172, 176 (2), 177, 179 (2), 180 (2), 184 (2), 186, 199, 200, 203, 212, 215, 216, 221, 222, 235, 241, 245, 248, 249 (3), 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 265, 266, 271 (2), 275, 276, 278, 303, 321, 327 (2). 332, 335, 368, 377 (2), 378, 379 (2), 385

" -in-the-Fields, Parish of, 11, 12 (2), 14, 17, 20, 21, 22, 27 (2), 29 (2), 30, 32, 35, 43, 60, 73, 75, 76 (2), 77 (2), 78 (2), 80, 81, 83, 90, 91 (3), 92, 94, 96, 98, 103 (2), 163, 177, 179, 198 (2), 200, 201 (2), 203, 213, 216, 222, 225, 226, 235, 241, 245, 249 (2), 255, 257, 258, 259, 262, 264, 271, 276, 278, 281, 282, 316, 317, 368, 377, 379

" -in-the-Fields, Assessment, &c, made in the parish of, for furnishing, &c, the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

" -in-the-Fields, Weekly assessment made in the parish of, for relief of persons infected with the plague, 62

" -in-the-Fields, Cole Yard, 307

" -in-the-Fields, The high constable of, to attend the earl of Southampton concerning a cage and stocks for the parish of, 12

St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, Abusing &c., the constable of, 98

" -in the-Fields, Constable and watch of, 336 (3)

" -in-the-Fields, constable &c., of, Refusing to aid the, in searching for a catholic priest, 160 (2)

" -in-the-Fields, constable of, Insolent speech to the, on asking a person of what religion he was, 241

" -in-the-Fields, Green Dragon court in, 177

" -in-the-Fields, Drury Lane in the parish of, 282

" -in-the-Fields, Neglecting to aid the headborough of, 160

" -in-the-Fields, High Holborn in, 271

" -in-the-Fields, The highway of, 27, 316, 317

" -in-the-Fields, By-laws made by inhabitants and surveyors of the highways of, 226, 227

" -in-the-Fields, Surveyors of the highways of the parish of, 226, 228, 229

" -in-the-Fields, Inhabitants of, 12, 226, 227, 229

" -in-the-Fields within verge of the king's court, 61

" -in-the-Fields, Lutener's Lane, 175

" -in-the-Fields, New pavement from the lower end of the pound towards the church of, to be kept in repair by the inhabitants thereof, 227

" -in-the-Fields, The earl of Southampton, lord of the manor of, to keep the paving good about the pound, &c., 227

" -in-the-Fields, Queen's Street, 17, 281

" -in-the-Fields, The Rose and Crown in, 264

" -in-the-Fields, The tythingman of, 362

" -in-the-Fields, Assault and battery on the watchman of, 362

St. Gregory's near St. Paul's church, London, 233, 272 (2)

" St. Paul's churchyard in the parish of, 195

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, 143

St. James's, Clerkenwell, 12, 16, 17 (2), 20, 23, 25, 26, 31, 35, 38, 42, 44 52, 56, 58 (2), 59, 66, 82 (2), 86, 90 (2), 95, 96, 104 (2), 128, 137, 139, 142 (2), 143, 146, 147, 148 (2), 153, 154, 158 (2), 174, 175, 205, 220, 251, 259, 272, 306, 332, 336, 381, 384 (2)

", Clerkenwell, Parish of, 17, 25, 52, 54, 55, 57, 82 (2), 90, 91, 95, 179, 194, 202, 219, 220, 251, 272, 278, 382, 384

", Clerkenwell, Weekly assessment made in, for relief of persons infected with plague, 62

", Clerkenwell, Assessment made in, for furnishing, &c., the new workhouse there, 337

", Clerkenwell, The highway at, 194

", Clerkenwell, By-laws made by the inhabitants, &c., of, touching the highways in the parish of, 228

", Clerkenwell, Inhabitants of, 279

", Clerkenwell, Order that divers persons remove out of, to their respective parishes where they were settled before the late fire, 387, 388

", Clerkenwell, Petition of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of, 388

", fields, The Pall Mall in, 333

", house, Burglary at the king's dwelling-house called, xi, 79

", . . . . stable yard, 324

St. John, Elizabeth, the lady, 87

", Oliver, esq., solicitor-general, 82, 118

St. John's [Bedwardine], co. Worcester, 145

", Street, Clerkenwell, 44, 58 (2), 62, 131, 138, 142, 143, 144 (2), 147, 383

", " in St. Sepulchre's, co. Midd., 70, 71

", " Hicks Hall, 51, 97, 147, 148, 149, 186, 195, 202, 209, 212 (3), 220, 226, 230, 231, 237, 254, 275, 277, 282, 321, 324, 333

", " Market kept at, 13

", " Red Bull playhouse, [168 (2)], 279, 280

St. Jude's, London, 325

St. Katherine's, co. Midd., 20, 25, 26, 38, 42, 51, 53, 60, 68, 128, 129, 130, 135, 163, 169, 248, 254, 256, 258, 269, 336

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

", parish of, Assessment made in the, fox furnishing, &c., the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

", Market kept at, 13

", by the Tower, Precinct of, 86, 99, 232, 241 (4), 246, 256, 307, 314, 328, 340, 351, 367, 380

", Parish of, Tower precinct, 53, 224, 229

", Tower, Parish (sic) of, 381

", An overseer of the poor of the precinct of, 387

", Tower ditch, 280

St. Leonard's, Bromley, 5, 26

", Shoreditch, co. Midd., 5, 37, 50, 63, 64, 70, 102, 153, 183, 185, 257, 263, 264, 331, 333, 364

", Shoreditch, Parish of, 3, 30, 37, 50 52, 63, 64, 70, 85, 86, 178, 185, 222, 263, 264, 333

St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, Weekly assessment made in the parish of, for relief of persons infected with plague, 62

", Shoreditch, Assessment made for relief of the parish of, infected with the plague, 4

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

", Shoreditch, Bridge near the parish church of, leading to Kingsland, to be repaired, 230, 231

", church, Shoreditch, Disturbing and abusing the ringers at, on coronation day, 333

", Shoreditch, Churchwardens and officers of, 333

", Shoreditch, Hare Alley, 330, 331

", Shoreditch, By-laws made relating to the highways, &c., of the parish of, 227

", Shoreditch, Surveyors of the highways of the parish of, 230, 231

", Shoreditch, Holywell Street, Conventicle held in, 343, 345

", Shoreditch, Hoxton in, 375

", Shoreditch, The Man leading the Calf (sign), 52

", Shoreditch, Accusing the minister of, to have been a captain in the king's service, 185

", Shoreditch, Petition of the inhabitants of the parish of, concerning the plague there, &c., 3

", Shoreditch, The Sun (sign), 52

", Shoreditch, The White Cross and Dagger (sign) near, 52

St. Margaret's, London, 95

", Lothbury, London, 335

", Westm., 14, 23, 31, 38, 39 (2), 43, 46, 48, 49, 50 (2), 56, 64, 66 (2), 67, 79, 80, 85, 89, 92, 119, 133, 134 135, 142, 148, 152, 157, 161, 162 (2), 172, 197, 200, 204 (2), 205, 209, 225, 236, 252, 254, 309 (2), 315 (2), 324, 326, 332, 334 335, 338, 339, 356, 359, 865, 368, 378, 315

", Westm., Parish of, 14, 23, 38, 39 (2), 50, 56, 58, 67, 79, 85, 92, 157, 197, 209, 236, 315 (2), 332, 335, 339

St. Martin's, co. Midd., 386

", Fields, 119

", Parish of, co. Midd., 386

", -in-the-Fields, co. Midd., 6, 10, 17, 18, 21, 32, 36, 41 (3), 42, 43 (2), 44, 51, 52, 53, 54 (2), 56, 57, 61 (2), 65, 67, 68, 69 (2), 70, 72 (2), 74, 75, 76, 79, 80, 82, 84, 96, 100, 101 (2) 104, 105, 114, 117, 118, 119, 137, 142, 143, 148 (2), 151, 155 (3, 156 (10), 157 (2), 171 (3), 172 173 (3), 176 (2), 180, 181, 184 (2), 191 (2), 197, 199 (3), 200, 201, 203, 204 (2), 205 (3), 209, 216, 217, 219, (2), 223, 225, 230, 231, 234, 237, 243, 244 (2), 246 (2), 248, 249, 255, 260, 261, 271, 278, 303, 304 (2), 306 (2), 309, 317, 319, 324, (3), 326 (2), 331, 338, 360, 368, 369, 372, 376 (2), 377, 378 (2), 379 (3), 382, 384

", -in-the-Fields, Parish of, 10, 17, 21, 32, 36, 41 (3), 42, 43, 44, 50, 52, 53, 54, 57, 61, 65, 68 (2), 69 (2), 72 (2), 74, 79, 83, 84, 101, 173 (2), 176, 191, 199 (2), 200, 201, 203, 204 (2), 207, 209, 216, 217, 219 (2), 223, 225, 231, 234, 244 (2), 246, 248, 255, 261, 262, 265, 271, 278, 306, 314, 319, 326 (2), 331, 368, 369, 376, 279 (2), 382, 384

St. Martin's Parish, in the liberty of Westminster, 197, 200

" -in-the-Fields, Assessment on the inhabitants of, 79

" -in-the-Fields, Churchwardens of, 79

" -in-the-Fields, The highway at, 314

" -in-the-Fields, laystall in the parish of, A, 49

" -in-the-Fields, Le Salutation tavern in, 50

" -in-the-Fields, Collectors for relief of the poor of, 79

" -in-the-Fields, £100 borrowed for relief of the poor of, 79

" -in-the-Fields, Overseers of the poor of, 79

" -in-the-Fields, Outrages, &c., committed by the inhabitants of, 49

" -in-the-Fields, Long Acre in the parish of, 200

" -in-the-Fields, Russell Street 338

" -le-Grand, London, 175, 269, 330, 340, 364

" Lane, near Charing Cross, 382

" Ludgate, London, 272

" Outwich, London, 242

" -in-the-Vintry, London, 245

" parish of, . . . ., 181

St. Mary's, Abchurch, London, 243

", " Parish of, 243

", -le-Bowe, Cheapside, London, 99, 118

", Islington, Parish of, 21, 24, 55, 62, 82, 102

", Islington, Weekly assessment made in the parish of, for relief of persons infected with plague, 62

St. Mary's, Islington, Assessment made in the parish of, for furnishing, &c., the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

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

", Magdalen's, London, 246

", Overies, 325

", -le-Savoy, Strand, co. Midd., 18, 21, 36, 37, 40, 51, 64, 73 (2), 77, 85, 89, [100], 105 [114], 152, 157 (2), 326, [383]

", -le-Savoy, Strand, Parish of, 17, 18, 35, 37, 40, 51, 64, 73 (2), 77, 85, 89, 105, 182, 184 211 (2), 217, 221, 253, 254, 326

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

", -le-Savoy, Assessment made in the parish of, for furnishing, &c., the new workhouse at Clerkenwell, 337

", Whitechapel, Parish of, 62, 82, 194, 196, 217, 218, 223, 240, 242 (3), 243, 245, 247, 260, 267, 274, 327, 329, 339, 351, 389

", Whitechapel, Weekly assessment made in the parish of, for relief of persons infected with plague, 62

", Whitechapel, By-laws made by inhabitants, &c., touching the highways in the parish of, 228

", Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane, 245

", Woolchurch, London, 113

", Woolnoth, London, 99

St. [Maughan's] Moghan's, co. Monmouth, 146

St. Michael Bassishaw, London, Parish of, 100

" at Thorne, Norwich, co. Norfolk, 147

St. Mihill's (sic) [Michael's], Crooked Lane, London, 307, 309

St. Moghan's [Maughan's], co. Monmouth, 146

St. Olave's, Crutched Friars, 241 (4)

", Hart Street, Crutched Friars in, 367

", Southwark, 164, 167, 169, 278, 312, 363

", Parish of, Southwark, 263

St. Pancras, co. Midd., 154, 323, 360

", Parish of, 11, 190, 213, 281, 323, 350, 379, 383

", Conventicles held at, 360 (2)

["] Highgate in the parish of, 281

", The highway of the parish of, 74, 383

St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 100, 188, 221, 272, 273, 280, 302 (2), 306, 317, 320, 324, 327, 338, 369, 380

", Covent Garden, Parish of, 188, 199, 200, 221 (2), 233, 235, 237, 240, 272, 273, 280, 302 (2), 380

", St. Gregory's by, 272 (2)

St. Paul's church, London, St. Gregory's near, 233

" churchyard in St. Gregory's parish, London, 195

" churchyard, 202

" The burning of, 385

St. Peter's Hill in St. Bennet's, Paul's Wharf, London, 240

" parish, Cheapside, 265

" Cornhill, London, 99, 336

" Parish of, Cornhill, 99, 185

" parish, Paul's Wharf, London, 353

" -ad-Vincula, within the Tower of London, 85

" -ad-Vincula, Parish of, co. Midd., 56, 85

St. Pulchre's, London, see St. Sepulchre's

St. Saviour's, Southwark, 312, 313

St. Sepulchre's, London, co. Midd. 24, 26, 29, 31, 35, 38, 42, 43, 57, 66, 77, 78, 84, 86, 104, 130, 139, 147, 153, 158 (3), 174, 176, 181, 191, 195, 228, 233, 241, 242 (3), 243, 244 (3), 252, 264, 269, 272, 278, 279, 303, 324, 352, 353, 355 (3), 356, 357, 358, 359, 365 (2), 366, 369, 375, 377, 378, 385

St. Sepulchre's, Parish of, 5, 24, 29, 43, 77, 78, 84, 141, 208, 231, 244 (2), 248, 257, 266, 355 (2), 385

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

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

", Charterhouse Lane, 154

", Charterhouse Yard in the parish of, 245

", Cheeck Lane, 386

", Conventicles held in the parish of, 343, 344, 352, 353, 355 (3), 356, 357, 358, 359

", Redemption money for conventiclers to be used for the poor of the parish of, 366 (2), 370

", Greene Arbor in the parish of, 266

", By-laws made by inhabitants, &c., touching the highways in the parish of, 228

", -without-Newgate, 89

", Pye Corner, 96

", St. John's Street in, 70, 71

St, Stephen's, Coleman Street, London, 377

St. Swithin's, London, 351

St. Thomas, co. Stafford, 46, 134

St. Toolie's, co. Surrey, Shod Thames nigh the mill in the parish of, 314

Sts. Anne and Agnes, ward of Aldersgate, Bull and Mouth in the parish of, 357, 358

Salisburye, William, gent., 51

Salkeld, Thomas, gent., 233

Sallett, co. Westmoreland, 47, 132

Salmon, William, 246

Salop, co., 145

Saltar, Debora, 4

", Thomas, 41

Salter, Edward, 246

", Henry, 330

Salter, Richard, 336

Salting an apprentice after being whipped, and held naked to a fire, 239

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

Salts, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Salutation tavern in St. Martin's-in-the Fields, The, 50

Salvin, Gerrard (or Garrard), gent, 45, 134

Sampson, John, 99, 184

", Mr. Leonard, 252

", Richard, 99

Samwaies, James, 331

Sand Hutton, co. York, 46, 131

Sandale, John, gent., 59

", John, 138

Sanderson, George, 258

", see Saunderson

Sandes, George, gent., 11 (2)

", Richard, 32

", Suzan, lady, 11

", see Sands

Sandringham, co. Norfolk, 145, 197

Sands, John, 271

", see Sandes

Sandwich, co. Kent, 87

Sanford, Samuel, gent., 322

Sanitary regulations, xv

Sapphires, 53, 236

Sarah of London, The (ship), 254

Sarcenet, 86

Sarnesfeild, co. Hereford, 147

Sarsfeild, Thomas, gent., 331

Satin lace, 17, 18

", Price of, 9

", sleeves, 33

Saucers, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Saul, Edwin, gent., 25, 38, 128, 129, 130, 131

Saule, Edwin, gent., 23, 35

Saunders, Richard, 75

", William Saunderson alias, 376

Saunderson, Thomas, esq. (justice of the peace), 16

", alias Saunders, William, 376

", see Sanderson

Savadge, John, 375

Savage, Geoffrey, 177

Savell, John, 319

", see Savile, Savyle

Savile, Captain Thomas, esq. (sic), 175

Savile, see Savell Savyle

Savoy, The, co. Midd., 100, 114, 383

", The parish of the, see St. Maryle-Savoy

", Cleansing of streets near the, 101

Savyle (or Savill), Augustine Abbott alias Ryvers (or Rivers) alias, clerk, 75, [76], 114 (3)

", see Savell, Savile

Say and Seale, William Fiennes, viscount, Reviling, 90

Saye, The lord, 87

Sayres, John, gent., 204

Saywell, John, 197

Scales, Mathew, gent., 281

Scarfe, Judith, 22

[Scarisbrick], Sharisbricke or Sharisbicke, co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Scarlett, Thomas, 105

Scarlingwell [Scarthingwell], co. York, 98

Scarse (or Scrase), John, 235

[Scarthingwell], Scarlingwell, co. York, 98

Scarvell, Mary, 378

", Richard, 378

Scarves, see Apparel, prices of

Scattergood, Matthias, 249

Scavenger hindered from cleansing the high street from Charing Cross, &c., on account of the number of hackney coaches, 101

Scavengers and rakers, Petition of, 100

Schackspeere, Leonard, 124

", see Shakespeare

Scipiere (or Scypiere) (sic), Charles, earl, ix, 10

Scire facias in the king's bench, Writ of, 108

Scissors, 383

", Stabbing with a pair of, 26

Sclater, John, 211

Scopiacke [Scopwick], co. Lincoln, 133

Scornful behaviour of an overseer to executors, &c., 72

Scorton, co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Scotch cloth, Stealing, 27

Scot, Margery, 287

", Walter, 260

", see Scott

Scotland, 81

Scots, king of, Engraving in copper the figure of the, printing and selling the same, 207

", " of, was no traitor, To answer for saying the, 205

Scott, Edmund, gent., 104

", Isaac, 118, 119

", Margery, 209

", Samuell, 209

", William, gent., 104

", see Scot

Scotter, co. Lincoln, 2

Scottish dagger, A, 89

Scowland, Darby, gent., 368

Scrase) John Scarse (or, 235

Scruton, co. York, 46, [131]

Scudamore, Sir John, K.B. and bart., 316, 319

", William, 60, 194

Scypiere (Scipiere or) (sic), Charles, earl, ix, 10

Sea, prisoner to be transported to Barbadoes or some place beyond the, A, 184

", certificate of losses sustained at, A, 16

", coal ashes not to be cast into the streets, 226

", coals, per chaldron, Price of, 16

", " not to be sold above the rate of 12d. the bushel, Order for, 213

", " Order touching the price of, and rates at which it shall be sold, 212, 213

", see Seas

Seacole Lane, St. Sepulchre's, 266

" William, 172

Seaford, John, 314

Seagood, Henry, 160

Seal, cornelian, A, 203

", of the council of state, Counterfeit, 262

", . . . ., an emerald, 203

", Great, Endeavouring to obtain a grant of a baronetcy by forged letters, &c., under the, 82

", " The lords commissioners of the, 188, 189

", " lord keeper of the, Certificates of losses made to the, 16 (2)

Seal, Great, lord keeper of the, Suit from the inhabitants of Hillingdon to the, 28

", " in wax, Procuring a mould to be taken from the, in tobacco-pipe-clay, 307

", " pardon under the, A, 119

", privy, A genuine, affixed to a spurious writing, 66

", ring, see Jewellery, prices of

", see Seals

Seale, Thomas, 273, 296

Seals, Silver, 37, 232, 381

", see Jewellery, prices of

Seaman, Edward, gent., 55

", Edward, 33, 110

Seaman's counterfeit certificates, 232 (2)

Seamen, Defrauding, 256

", Rescuing pressed, from prestmasters, 224

", Tumultuous and mutinous, 224, 225

Seares, Samuel, 371

Searles, William, gent., 169

Seas, Apprentice bound to serve beyond the, 104

", Petition and order for a suspected catholic priest to be transported beyond the, 93

", &c., Spirits enticing and inveigling persons on board ships to transport them beyond the, 100 (2), 181, 182, 185, [224], 229, 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

", see Sea

Seaton, George, clerk, alias Dr. Seaton, 81, 118

Seaverne, Robert, 173

", [Severn], co. Worcester, 145

Secretaries of state, Sir William Morris, knt., one of the principal, 320

Sedgewicke, Richard, 369

Sedition, A new indictment ordered in a case of, 120

", Justices (names given) who heard and determined a case of, 119

", Respite for. to enable the court to take counsel, 74, 113

", speaker of, fined £40, A, 90

Sedition, speaker of, fined 100 marks, &c., A, 103

", speaker of, An insane, 368

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

", or otherwise treasonable words, Speakers of, 43, 54, 73, 74, 81, 82 (4), 84 (2), 87 (3), 88, 89, 90 (2), 92, 93, 94 (2), 95, 96 (2), 97, 98, 99, 101, 102, 103 (2), 113, 114 (2), 115, 117 (3), 118, 119 (3), 120 (5), 121, 122 (3), 123 (6), 125, 126 (2), 127 (2), 168, 171 (3), 173 (2), 174, 175, 176 (3), 177 (4), 178, 179 (3), 180, 182, 183, 184 (2), 186 (2), 192, 194, 195 (2), 197 (2), 203, 205 (4), 207, 208, 212, 215, 224, 225, 240, 243, 246, 250 (2), 252 (2), 259, 260, 264, 266, 268, 271, 272 (2), 274, 275, 276 (2), 277, 284 (5), 285, 302, 303 (2), 304 (6), 305 (4), 306 (3), 307 (2), 308, 309 (4), 310, 311 (2), 312, 314, 316 (2), 317 (2), 324, 326, 327 (3), 328, 335 (2), 338 (4), 339 (2), 368, 389

Sedition, Speakers of:—Names, Addresses and callings of,
-, Afflack, James, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, gent., 205
-, Aldberry, Thomas, of East Smithfield, gunsmith, 89
-, Alsburie, Mark, of South Mims, co. Midd., 123
-, " see Istleberrye
-, Appleby, George, 316
-, Backhowse, John, of St. Martin'sin the-Fields, gent., 176
-, Bagshaw, Francis, of Kensington, labourer, 168
-, Barnes, James, late of Stepney, weaver, 389
-, Bassett, John, of Stepney, 174
-, Beast (sic, or Best), Charles, 120, 177
-, Bellieu, Easter, 324
-, Bemean, Richard, 121, 122
-, Benfield, Gabriel, of Mile End, "monyer," 276
-, Bent, Alice, of Shadwell, 277
-, Beres, Thomas, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 101
-, Best (or Beast (sic)), Charles, 120, 177
-, Bird, Richard, of Hollywell Street, butcher, 102
-, Blake, Everard, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, tailor, 338 (2)
-, Blundstone, Jaine, 309
-, Blunston, Jaine, of Whitechapel, 310
-, Bolton alias Isaac, Grace, 268
-, Boys, Robert, late of St. Martin'sin the-Fields, gent., 84, 85, 119
-, Brandon, Joseph, of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, gent., 87, 88
-, Chapple, Charitie, of Silver Street, London 179
-, Cheese, Mary, 177
-, Cheltham, Richard, 304
-, Chinn, John, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, gent., 215
-, Coster, Thomas, of St. Bride's parish, London, gent., 204, 205
-, Cottrell, Katherine, of Clerkenwell, 205
-, Cox, William, 304
-, Davis, Mary, of St. James's, Clerkenwell, 95, 96, 123
-, Day, Wentworth, 306, 307, 309 (2)
-, Dennis, Sarah, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 90
-, Dereew (or Derrew), Anthony, of Whitechapel, weaver, 339 (2)
-, Derrew (or Dereew), Anthony, late of the parish of Whitechapel, labourer, 339 (2)
-, Draycott, John, late of St. James's, Clerkenwell, yeoman, 90
-, Dunne, Jaine, 177
-, Durrant, George, of London, 117, 173
-, Eastwood, John, of Islington, yeoman, 179 (2)
-, Egerton, Ellen (prisoner in Newgate), 195
-, Evans, Isaak (prisoner in Newgate), 207
-, Exton, Joseph, 311
-, Eylett, George, 307
-, Fenne, William, 306
-, Fenner, John, 314
-, Gardiner, Anne, of Limehouse, 119, 123 (2)
-, " Margaret, 123 (2)
-, Gardner, Margery (or Margaret), of Clerkenwell, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 54, 55, 96
-, Giles, Mary, of St Andrew's, Holborn, 94
-, Gold, Charles, of Clerkenwell, gent., 182
-, Gray, Charles, 180
-, Greene, Mary, 327 (2)
-, Griffith, . . . ., 317
-, Hallo way, Richard, 211, 212
-, Hammond, William, 316
-, Hands, Robert, of Whitecross Street, bodice-maker, 87, 88
-, Harbert, Henerie, of Clerkenwell, victualler, 305
-, Hardwood, Benjamin, 115
-, Harmon, William, of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, gardiner, 178
-, Hayes, Dennis, of St. Giles's-in-theFields, porter, 266
-, Hibblethwaite, Robert, of Snowring [Snoring] Magna, co. Norfolk, clerk, 186 (2)
-, Higho, Thomas, of Staines, co. Midd., musician, 250
-, Hobson, Mary [? of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields], 271
-, Horton, Anne, 285
-, Huggett, Mary, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, 92
-, Humphries, Elizabeth, late of Whitechapel, 82, [84], 117
-, Isaac, Grace Bolton alias, 268
-, Isaack, Dorothy, of the parish of St. Clement's Danes, 264
-, Istleberrye, Mark, of South Mims, . . . ., 94, 123 (2)
-, " see Alsburie
-, Jackson, Alice (prisoner in Newgate), 87, 88
-, Jenckinges, . . . ., 317
-, Johnson, Abraham (prisoner in the Gatehouse), 303
-, Jones, Alice, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, 304
-, " Edward, of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields, shoemaker, 304
-, Kendall, William, of St. Martin'sle-Grand, button-maker, 175
-, Kerbie, Thomas, of . . . ., yeoman, 197
-, Ladore, Mary, of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, 243
-, Lee Robert, 122 (2)
-, Lightfoote, Edward, 305
-, Locker, Robert, . . . ., of the city of Westminster, 302
-, Locksmith, John, of the parish of Stepney, mariner, 260
-, Maddison, Elizabeth, of Stepney, 252
-, Major, Richard, of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, . . . ., 317
-, Maple, John, of Hammersmith, labourer, 211
-, Mathewes, Edward, of Westminster, . . . ., 309
-, Messenger, Edward, of Chiswick, waterman, 177
-, Miles, Thomas, [103], 126, 127
-, Myles, Thomas, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, labourer, 103, [126, 127]
-, Neale, Richard, 119
-, " William, late of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, yeoman, 368
-, Need (or Neve), Richard, of St. Andrews, Holborn, . . . ., 224, 225
-, Neve), Richard Need (or, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, . . . ., 224, 225
-, Neviston, Jane, 272
-, Norman, William, of Islington, butcher, 194
-, Norris, John, late of St. Botolph'swithout-Aldgate, tailor, 195
-, Ordway, Edward, of St. Clement's Danes, gunmaker, 196, 197, 284 (2)
-, Osmond, Margret, 304
-, Parke, John, of Whitecross Street, brickmaker, 87
-, Parsons, John, 284
-, Pease, William, of Long Acre, broker, 311
-, Peirce, William (prisoner in Newgate), 335 (2)
-, Peirse, William, 284
-, Pepper, Alexander, 176
-, Pheasant, Judith, of St. Clement's Danes, 183, 184
-, Phillips, Dorothy, of St. Sepulchre's, 303
-, " Henry, 338
-, Pigge, William Spencer, alias, of St. James's, Clerkenwell, yeoman, 82 (2)
-, Plumstead, Robert, of Fulham, victualler, 246
-, Pollester, Rachael, late of Stepney, 81
-, Polton, Anselme, of Whitechapel, cord winder, 183
-, " see Powlton
-, Pope, Andrew, of Hampton, tailor, 312
-, Powlton, Ansell, 97
-, " see Polton
-, Probart, Allan, 304
-, Roberts, Margaret, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 176, 177
-, Salter, Robert, of Wapping Wall, cordwainer, 276
-, Sampson, Thomas, of Spitalfields, turner, 99, 184
-, Scullard, John, of St. Mary's, Islington, labourer, 82, 117
-, Seiston, Morris, of the hamlet of Spitalfields, labourer, 251, 252
-, Sherrard, Joan, of St. Dunstan's-inthe-West, 93, 120 (3)
-, Sherwody, Joan [Sherrard alias, 93, 120 (2)], 120
-, Shipley, Elizabeth, late of the Strand and of St. Martin's-in-theFields, 73, 74, 113, 114, 171 (2)
-, Smith, Anne, late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 103, 126, 127
-, Snow, John, of the parish of Stepney, draper, 274
-, Sourceau, Peter, . . . ., of Covent Garden, 338 (3)
-, Sparkes, William, 305, 306
-, Spencer alias Pigge, William, of St. James's, Clerkenwell, yeoman, 82 (2)
-, Thome, Silvester, of St. Sepulchre's, tailor, 176
-, Thomell, Robert, 327
-, Tovey, George [of Clerkenwell, bone-chopper], 274
-, Trevers, Rebecca, 328
-, Tummey, Philip, of St. Sepulchre's parish, London, butcher, 43
-, Tyler, John, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, joiner, 304
-, Tyne, John, of the parish of St. Mary's, Whitechapel, smith, 240
-, Veeres, Thomas, 125
-, Voysey, John, of Dartmouth, co. Devon, merchant, 98
-, Warner, John, of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, yeoman, 250
-, Wasse, Walter, of Little Britain, stationer, 173
-, Watson, Anne, of St. Giles's-inthe Fields, 203
-, Webb, Robert, of the parish of St. Andrew's, Holborn, carpenter, 205
-, White, Anne, of Well Alley on the Green Bank, Stepney, 259
-, Wiggons, John, 178
-, Williams, Mary, late of Hammersmith, 192, 284 (2)
-, " Paul, late of Hammersmith, yeoman, 192, 284 (2)
-, Willis, Thomas, clerk, vicar of Twickenham, 308
-, Wolmer, Ralph, of Wymondham, co. Norfolk, gent., 305
-, Wood, John, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, clerk, 85, 118, 119
-, Worrall, Joan, late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, 74, 114, 171
-, Wynne, Thomas, of Bodwean, co. Carnarvon, esq., 271
-, Zouch, Henry, late of the parish of St. Mary's-le-Savoy, esq., 326

Sedition, Suspicious language tending to, 328

", Words spoken tending to, 338

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

" and dangerous persons, Confederating with, 264

" words at a private meeting, Uttering, &c., 317

" words spoken at a private meeting, Concealing treasonable and, 307, 309 (2)

Seduction by a married man, 224

Seed, mustard, Stealing, 37

Seething Lane, parish of Allhallow's, Barking, 89

Selby, Sir William, knt., 47, 132

Selbye, Elizabeth, 173

Sell a young maid, Proffering to, 266

Selling persons to transport them beyond the seas, Spirits, 100, 230, 239, 262, 263, 266, 269 (2), 302, 306, 336 (2), 367, 381

Selwin, Stephen, 253

Selwyn, William, 164

Seminary priests, Prosecutions of, see Priests, Catholic, &c.

Senghurst, Susan, 50

", William, 50

Senior, Thomas, gent., 93

Serge, Price of, per yard, 319

Serle, Thomas, 324

Sermon, Disturbing the minister of West Drayton whilst preaching a funeral, 271

", under a tree than out of a pulpit, Preferring to hear a, 173

Servant, Assaulting and whipping a, 230

", Beating a, 23

", Inhumanly beating a female, with knotted whipcords, 318

", for beating his master, Sentence on a, 117

", Discharging a, contrary to statute, and detaining her wearing apparel, 34

", An order of court concerning a maltreated maid, 209, 210

", Accusation of selling a, to be transported beyond the seas, 100

", for a slave to Virginia, Selling a, 306

", withdrawing from service, and taking with him a horse, 21

", suspected to have stolen money received from his master, 326 (2)

Servants absconding, 21, 235

" Endeavouring to, and enticing away covenanted, 185, 257 (2), 269

" Enticing or conveying away, to transport beyond the seas, 100, 229, 257 (2), 269, 271

Service, living out of, To answer for, 373

", Idle persons living out of, under pretence of coal-heaving, 169 (2), 170

Sessions of gaol delivery, see Gaol Deliveries

" of Oyer and Terminer held at the court house, Old Bailey, 116, 119 (3)

" of Oyer and Terminer, Special, held by adjournment at the court house, Old Bailey, 108 (2)

" of Oyer and Terminer at Hickes Hall, 51

" of the peace held at Hicks Hall, General, 194, 197, 200 (2), 278, 308 (2), 316, 340 (2), 367, 373

" of the peace held at Hickes Hall, 3, 6 (3), 7, 11, 12, 13, 25, 30, 34, 40, 44, 61, 78, 97, 129, 131, 133, 135 (3), 136 (2), 139, 141, 142 (?), 143 (?), 147, 148, 149, 161, 166, 178 (2), 180 (2), 181 (2), 182 (2), 183, 186 (2), 196, 202, 204, 209, 211, 212 (3), 215, 220, 224 (2), 225, 226, 230, 231, 236, 239 (2), 251, 254 (2), 255, 257 (2), 260 (3), 267, 269, 273 (2), 275, 276 (2), 277, 280 (2), 281, 282, 302, 303, 304 (4), 305, 311, 312, 319, 324, 327, 332, 333 (2), 336

" of the peace held at Hicks Hall, General quarter, 237, 274, 318, 363, 373 (3)

" of the peace held at Hicks Hall, Quarter, 279, 280, 321 (2)

" of the peace held at Hicks Hall from the 6 July 17 Car. II. to 15 Feb. 18 Car. II., Editorial note on the, 373

" of the peace held at Highgate, General, 4

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

" of the peace for the city of London, held at the justice hall, Old Bailey, 210

Sessions of the peace for Middlesex General, 160, 167, 170, 177, 179, 182, 184, 185, 197 (2), 201 (3), 214, 221 (2), 233, 238, 245, 265, 269, 270, 274, 276, 278 (2), 279, 303, 338, 371

" of the peace for Middlesex, 3, 12, 40, 84, 88, 93, 94, 97 (2), 98 (4), 99 (5), 100, 102 (3), 104 (4), 105 (2), 160 (2), 161 (3), 162 (4), 163 (4), 164 (7), 165 (4), 166, 167 (2), 168 (5), 169 (4), 170 (2), 171 (5), 172 (3), 173 (2), 174 (5), 175 (2), 176 (4), 177 (3), 178 (2), 179 (3), 180 (4), 181 (3), 182, 183 (3), 184 (2), 185 (3), 186 (3), 195, 197, 205, 206 207 (2), 212 (2), 216, 217 (2), 219, 220, 223, 224 (2), 225, 228 (2), 229 (2), 230 (5), 231, 235, 236, 237, 240 (4), 241, 244, 245 (2), 246 (2), 247, 248 (3) 249 (3), 250 (4), 251 (2), 252 (4), 253 (5), 254, 255 (2), 256 (4), 257 (3), 258 (4), 259 (2), 260 (2), 261, 262 (2), 263 (2), 264, 265 266 (4), 268, 269 (2), 270, 271 (4), 273, 274 (3), 276, 277, 278, 279 (3), 282, 303 (2), 304, 305 (2), 306 (3), 307 (3), 309, 310 (5), 311 (3), 312 (4), 313 (2), 314 (2), 315 (2), 316, 317 (3), 318 (2), 319, 320, 322, 323, 324 (2) 325 (3), 326 (3), 327 (2), 328 (4), 329 (3), 330 (2), 331, 332, 333, 335 (5), 336 (3), 338, 339, 340, 349 (2), 351, 353 (2), 360 (2), 363, 364 (3), 365, 368, 370 (2), 371, 372, 375 (4), 376, 377 (4), 378 (2), 379 (3), 381, 383 (2), 384 (2), 385, 386 (4), 387

" of the peace for Middlesex, General Quarter, 4, 166, 241, 243, 245 (2), 246 (2), 247, 272, 305, 306, 313, 331 (2), 363, 384, 385 (3)

" of the peace for Middlesex, Quarter, 170 (2), 268, 272

" of the peace held at Turnham Green, General, 62

Sessions of the peace held at Westminster, General, 1, 2, 15, 16, 28 (2), 40, 52, 61, 71, 72 [78], 79, 100, 105 (2), 128, 130 (4), 135, 136 (?), 137, 139 (2), 141, 142, 143 (2), 144 (2), 171, 173, 176, 177 (2), 179, 181, 182 (2), 184 (2) 186 (2), 189, 194, 198, 200 (2), 205 (3), 208, 211 (2), 214, 215 (3), 218, 229, 238, 239, 302, 304, 307, 309, 320, 328, 334 (2), 376 (3), 378, 380, 385, 387

" of the peace for Westminster, General Quarter, 195 (2), 233, 264, 324, 325, 326, [327], 333, 334, 337, 359, 369, 373

" of the peace for Westminster, Quarter, 100, 173 (2), 204 (2), 387

" of the peace Roll, Westminster, 72, 98, 100 (2), 101 (2), 105, 172, 173 (2), 176, 177, 178, 181, 182, 184 (2), 195, 199, 200, 204, 205 (3), 211, 214, 215 (2), 216, 217 (2), 302, 304, 306, 307, 309 (3), 320, 325, 326, 327, 328, 334 (3), 377, 378, 380, 385, 387 (2)

" of the peace Rolls, vi, 1–105

" of peace Rolls, Indictments and recognizances of, viii

" of peace Rolls temp. Charles I., Recognizances and indictments taken from, 160–187

" of peace Rolls, temp. Commonwealth, Magnitude of the, xvi

Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 76

", parish of, Rotheread in the, co. Kent, 55

[Severn] Seaverne, co. Worcester, 145

Sewers, commissioners of, Reviling the, 332

Sexby, Colonel, 266

Seyle, Henry, 248

Seywell, Henry, 102

", William, 229

Shaddocke, Anne, 233

", Robert, 233

Shadwell, co. Midd., 169, 254, 258, 274, 302

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

", Fox Lane, 313

", John, gent., 386

", in Stepney, 161, 256, 266, 267, 274, 277, 315, 335

", in the parish of Stepney, The hamlet of 247 (2)

Shakespeare, Ralph, 384

", see Schackspeere

Shambrooke, John, jun., 180

", William, 305

Sharisbricke, Sharisbicke [Scarisbrick], co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Sharland, James, 232

Sharp, Sarah, 259

Sharpe, Alice, 122

", Anne, 220

", Edward, 171

", John, 220

", John Sharpnes alias, 204

Sharpnes alias Sharpe, John, 204

Sharrett, John, 136

Shatterall, Edward, 280

Shaw, Elizabeth, 384, 385

", Robert, 79, 80

Sheafe, Edward, 284

Shed near the ducking pond, Riotously pulling down a, 164 (2)

Sheere [Shire] Lane, co. Midd., 7

Sheet, A laced, 35

Sheets, 35

", Linen, 91

Shelley, Fardinand, 152

", Nicholas, 291

", Richard, 196, 285

Shelton, Robert, 48

Shepard, Daniel, 317

Sheparde, Thomas, 326

Sheppard, Harmond, 52, 55

", Henry, 67, 112

", John, 67, 112

Shepperton, co. Midd., 29

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

Sherburne, Richard, esq., 48, 133

Sheriff of Middlesex, The, 188

" of Middlesex to be reimbursed from conventiclers' estates of charges made for embarkation, &c., of said conventiclers, 362

Sheriff of Middlesex, Fines paid to the, 323, 370

" of Middlesex, Reward paid by the 235

" of Middlesex, A writ of venire facias addressed to the, 51

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

Sheriffs of London and Middlesex, Letter addressed to the, 238

" of London and Middlesex, Prisoners transported by the, 327

Sherman, Nathaniell, 370 (3)

", William 7

Sherren, Richard, 22

Sherwood, Philip, gent., 143

Shillings, see Money

Ship money, Seditious speech saying that the chimney money would prove a worse burden than the, 339

" Yard, St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, 377

[Shipdham] Shipnam, co. Norfolk, 145

Shipley, co. Salop, 145

Shipnam [Shipdham], co. Norfolk, 145

Ship's Alley, Rosemary Lane, Whitechapel, 269

Ships, Names of:—
-, Assistance, frigate, 232
-, Elizabeth, of Ipswich, 10
-, Elizabeth and Mary, 381
-, Esperance, H.M.S., 25
-, Golden Fortune, 335
-, Hampshire, The States, 214
-, John, 230 (3)
-, John and Katherine, 266
-, John of London (hoy), 307
-, Nightingale, frigate, 232
-, Planter, 239 (2)
-, Sarah, of London, 254
-, Trades Increase, 93
-, Waxford, frigate, 277
-, William and Robert, 336

[Shire] Sheere Lane, co. Midd., 7

Shirts, see Apparel, prices of

Shod Thames nigh the Mill, in the parish of St. Toolie, co. Surrey, 314

Shoe Lane, London, 98, 269

Shoemakers," "The complaint of journeymen (pamphlet entitled), 246

Shoes, Stealing, 68

", see Apparel, prices of

Shomarke, Aaron, 20, 21

Shooting with a birding-piece, 281

" bucks, Unlawfully, in Enfield Chase and Marylebone Park, 189, 190, 191 (2)

" with a gun, 40

" with pistols, 219, 234, 248, 260, 314

Shore, John, 117

Shoreditch, co. Midd., 3, 4, 5, 30, 37, 50, 62, 63, 64, 70, 85, 86, 102, 133, 164, 167 (2), 178, 183, 185, 222, 230, 257, 263, 264, 313, 330, 331 (2), 333, 337, 343, 345, 364, 375, (2), 376, 378

", Parish of, see St. Leonard's, Shoreditch

", Conventicle held at, 312 (2), 313

", Commonsewer near the Curtain playhouse, 164 (2)

", A headborough of, 256, 257

", Hog Lane, 183

", Inhabitants of, 228

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

", Complaint by the inhabitants of, for casting filth, &c., 164 (2)

", Long Alley, 313

", Market kept at, 13

", Order touching a bridge in, 230

", Riot upon the king's coronation day at, 333

", Robbery in the fields adjacent to, 257

", St. Leonard's parish, Raising strife between the parishioners and minister of, 185

Shorter, John, 126

Shovegroat alias Slidethrift (an unlawful game), 202

Shovelboard pieces of silver, 48

Showler, George, 169

Shrove Tuesday, Cock whipping on, 258 (2)

Shurley, Richard, 305

Shuter, John, 174

Sibley, Salomon, 70

Sibsey, co. Lincoln, 202

Sidey, William, 371

Sidney Thomas, 223

Sign manual addressed to the judges of assize, co. Bucks, Letter under the, 28

" " Counterfeit and forged, 81, 82, 113, 118

" " &c., Counterfeit writing having the appearance of letters under the, to raise volunteers, &c., 65, 66, 113

" " and genuine privy seal, A false, 66

" " and privy seal, A forged, 265

" manuals, Order for stay of proceedings against recusants under the, 71 (2)

Signet, letter under the king's, A, 67

", dated from the court at Theobald, A, 67

Signs, Alehouses, inns, taverns, &c.:—
-, Bull and mouth, Aldersgate, London, 352, 353, 356 (2), 357, 358, 359
-, Bush inn, Staines, 3
-, Five ink horns, Grub-street, 310
-, Gun, Wapping, 303
-, Katherine wheel, Southwark, 237
-, Maidenhead and gun, Ratcliffe 51
-, Man leading the calf, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 52
-, Nag's head, Clerkenwell 272
-, Pelican, Wapping Wall, 302
-, Queen's head, East Smithfield, 32
-, Rose, Temple Bar, 98
-, " and crown, St. Giles's-inthe-Fields, 264
-, Salutation, St. Martin's-in-theFields, 50
-, Sign of Bohemia, Chiswick, 49
-, Sun, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 52
-, Turnstile tavern, Holborn 336 (3)
-, White cross and dagger, near St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 52
-, " hart, Westminster, 234

Silence to indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex, Capital executions for felonies or for, temp. Charles I., xvii

Silence to indictments for felonies committed in Middlesex, Capital executions for felonies or for, temp. Commonwealth, xviii

" see Mute

Silk, "Belladine," 351

", lace, 280

", Spun burino lege (sic), 351

", stuff, 79

", tellettos, Price of, 9

Sillington, co. Worcester, 145

Silver bells, &c., 380

" Pieces of broken, 89

" Cloth of, 17, 33, 90

" Mixing copper with, to defraud, 70

" embroidery, 33, 79, 191, 192, 213, 319

" fringe, 41

" Ingots of, 56, 85

" lace, 33, 35, 79, 251, 267, 320, 380

" plate lace, and seaming plate lace, 30

" lock, A, 35

" Medals of, 380

" A piece of, 222

" -street, London, 179, 256

" thread and wire, Counterfeit, 70 (2)

Simcocke, John (beadle), 364

Simonds, John, 245

", see Symondes

Simons, Anne, 125, 126

", Henery, 217

", Thomas, 190

", see Symons

Simpson, Elizabeth, 274

", Jane, 205

", Thomas, 93

", see Sympson

Sinclaire, William, 296

Sinclare, William, 273

Singleton, John, 293, 294

Sisar, co. Westmoreland, 47, 132

Sixpences, see Money

Skacher, Jasper, gent., 247

Skelemargh (or Skelesmarth) [Skelsmergh], co. Westmld., 47, 132

Skelington [Skellingthorpe ?], co. Lincoln, 65, 141

Skelton, Frances, 173

", Robert, 79

Skenfreth, co. Monmouth, 146

Skillets, see Plate, prices of

Skipwith, Ralph, gent., 248

", William, gent., 56

Skringer, Alexander, 315

Skull, Katherine, 171

Slade, John, 322

Slaughter, Mr. Richard, minister of Hadley Church, 312

", Robert, 334

Slave to the Barbadoes, Unlawfully transporting an apprentice, and selling him for a, 336

" for Virginia, Selling a servant for a, 306

Slaying in self-defence, 68, 69

" Feloniously, see Manslaughter, &c.

" Person found not guilty of, reprisoned, 55

Slea, Arthur, 50

Slebech, co. Pembroke, 146

Sledwith, co. Durham, 47, 132

Sleeves, see Apparel, prices of

Slegg, Christopher, 329 (2)

Slidethrift, Shovegroat alias (an unlawful game), 202

Slingesby, Sir William [justice of the peace], 49

", see Slingsby

Slings, An assault with a pair of, 173

Slingsby, Dame Elizabeth, 209

", Sir William, knt., 209

", see Slingesby

Slipton, co. Northampton, 200

Slugs, Wheels not to be shod with iron but, 227, 229

Smallie, Edward, 375

Smarte, Daniell, 349

", George, 349

", James, 107

", John, 349

Smelt, William, 197

Smith, Alexander, 273

", Augustin, 256

", Dorrell White alias Thomas Brooke alias Captain, 198

", Christofer, 93

", Daniel (Daniell), 255, 293

", Edward, 33

", Elizabeth, 284, 294

", Elizabeth Kennet (or Kennett), alias, 278, 299

", Francis, 164

", George, 169

", Hugh, 167

Smith, James, 263, 310

", Joan, 32

", John, 240, 249, 330

", Joseph, 351

", Lady, 69

", alias Blisse, Leonidas, 189

", Margarett, 299

", Mr., 196

", Michael, 330

", Peter, 167, 253

", alias Nuttall, Richard, 327

", Robert, 276, 300, 319

", Roger Evans alias, 218

", Thomas, gent., 167, 268

", Thomas, 100, 330, 378

", William, 305

", see Smithe, Smyth, Smythe

Smithe, Francis, 194

", see Smith, Smyth, Smythe

Smithesbye, William, esq., 120

Smithfield bars, 386

" ", West, co. Midd., 37

" ", Market kept at, 13

" Cheeck Lane, near, 386

" East, co. Midd, 32, 60, 62, 89, 99, 167, 169 (2), 184, 245, 252, 329, 341, 377

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

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

" ", Resisting the high constable and the watch of, on demanding entrance into a house, 377

" ", Market kept at, 13

" ", Churchwardens, overseers of the poor, constables and inhabitants of the liberty of, 377, 378

" ", in St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, 310

" ", in Whitechapel, 311

" ", Queen's head tavern, 32

" West, London, 311

Smithson, Geary, 130

", George, 86, 131, 138

Smocks, see Apparel, prices of

Smyth, Christopher, 315

", Elizabeth 191

", Thomas, gent., 180

", William, gent., 18

", William, 161, 162 (2)

", see Smith, Smithe, Smythe

Smythe, Thomas Hamond alias, 10

", see Smith, Smithe, Smyth

Snaffle bit, A, 89

Snape, Nathaniel, esq. [justice of the peace], 51

Sneeden co. Lancaster, 133

Snell, Thomas, 294

Snelling Thomas, 79

Snowring [Snoring], Magna, co. Norfolk, 186

Snuffers, see Plate, prices of

Soam [Soham], co. Cambridge, 383

Soare, Anne, 300

Socialist speech, A, 326

[Soham] Soam, co. Cambridge, 383

Soil of the city of London not to be scattered in highways when carted to laystalls, 227 228

Soldier refusing to go with his captain committed to the ho. of correction, 108

" Forcing a health upon a, "to the landlord of the master whom you serve," 277

" An idle, sentenced to be hanged, 107

" Unlawfully taking money for discharge of a person impressed for a, 164

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

" Using slanderous language to a, 276

" Order for a pension to be made to a maimed, 2

" withdrawing from service, &c., An enrolled, 339

Soldiers, Murderous assault by Frenchmen on, 174, 175

", of the Commonwealth were all rogues, Speech saying the, 276

", &c., in alehouses, &c., Constables to secure alleged, 189, 190

Soldiers, Deserters, 15 (4), 71, 74, 75, 107 (4), 112, 122

", Indictments of, for deserting the king's service, xi

", suspected of felony, delivered up to their captain, &c., 118

", Maimed, 1, 25

", Treasurer for relief of maimed, 2, 25

", Reporting false news of the parliamentarian, 177

", Parliamentarian, called traitors, 175

", Pressed, 15 (4), 17, 74, 75

", Unlawfully pressing of men to serve as, 383

", Victualler refusing to quarter, and abusing officer who brought them, 250

", of Westminster, Words spoken in discouragement of the, 179

Solicitor-general Oliver St. John, esq., 82, 118

Somerfeild, George, gent., 368

Somerset, co., 48, 74, 75, 143, 204, 215

", House, Going to mass at, 172

Somervaile, James, gent., 382

Somervell, Thomas, 283

Songs against parliament, Singing reproachful, 178

Sorcery, see Witchcraft

Sorrell, Elizabeth the elder, 204

", Elizabeth, the younger, 204

Sourceau, Claudius, 338

Sources of the present volume, Period and, v

South Mims, see Mims

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

Southampton, co. 68, 75, 160

", earl of, The, 12

", Earl of. lord of the manor of St.Giles's-in-the-Fields, to keep the paving good about the pound, &c., 227

", The town of, 75

Southropp, co. Gloucester, 186

Southwark, co. Surrey, 97, 164, 167, 169, 170 (2), 237, 264, 278, 312, 313, 363, 375, 376

", borough of, Price of sea coals within the, 212

Southwark, Cheating at Lady fair in, 165

Southwicke, Richard, gent., 178

Southworth, John, clerk, 225, 226, 290

Spanish ambassador, Stealing goods belonging to the, 307

" ambassador's, Suspicion of hearing mass at the, 185, 186

" fleet, Inveighing against those who relieved such as came out of the, 72

" gloves, 33

" leather boots 72

" nation, Scandalous speeches against the, 72

" tobacco, 351

Spayer, Thomas, 165

Specke, Richard, 266

Speeches, Threatening, and alarming a family, 322

Speed, Thomas, 113

Spence, William, 330

", see Spense

Spencer, Sir Edward, knt. [justice of the peace], 28

", Edward, 197

", George, 312

", Henry, 201

", John, gent, 274

", William, 179 (2)

Spense, John, 335

", William, 335

", see Spence

Spiller, Sir Henry, knt. [justice of the peace], 49, 56, 67, 150, 154. 158

Spindleton [Spindleston], co. Northbld., 47, 132

Spinnage, Anthonie, gent., 272

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

", Calling a person a, 259

", Falsely reporting a woman to be a, to inveigle children, ix, 181

Spirits, accusation of being common, 100 (2), 239

", enticing and inveigling persons on board ships to transport them beyond the seas, &c., 100 (2), 181, 182, 185 [224], 229, 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

Spirits inveigling persons and putting them on board ship to be conveyed, &c., to Virginia, 239 (2), 253, 259, 381

Spirits, Arraignment and trial for in vocating of evil, 289

", Taking up persons in the streets, &c., by persons commonly called, ix, 100 (2), 185, 224 [233], 239, 253 (2)

", Raising riots or tumults upon persons by calling them, 182, 255, 278

Spitalfields, co. Midd., 23, 99, 139, 154, 178, 184, 313, 317, 330, 340, 364

", in the parish of Stepney, The hamlet of, 251

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

Spittle yard, Conventicle held at, 311

Spittlehurst, John, 236

Spoons, Silver, see Plate, prices of

Spring, John, 380

Sprint (or Sprinte), John, clerk, 83, 84, 117, 118 (2)

Sprucen's Island, Stepney, 315

Spurgin, Sarah, 301

Spurs, Silver, 33

Sprye, Frances, 44

", John, 44

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

Squirrel, Grey (skin), 30

Stabbing, Conviction upon the statute of, 300

Stable yard, St. James's, . . . ., 324

Staff pike, Accidentally killed with a, 49

" Captain William, 278

Stafford, co., 46, 48, 66, 133, 134

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

", Person taken ready dressed going to act a, 198

", plays and interludes at the Red Bull, Unlawfully maintaining of, xv, 279, 280

Stags leather gloves, 33

" Unlawfully hunting and killing, in Theobald's Park, 94

Staines, co. Midd., 250, 321 (2), 378

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

", The Bush Inn at, 3

Staining Lane, London, 183

Stake, Garrett, gent., 368

Stamford, co. Lincoln, 141

", co. Northampton, 383

Stampe, justice, Insolent speaking of, 174

", Mr., vicar of Stepney, speaking against, 174

Stanckes, Christopher, 269, 270

Standage, John, gent., 151

Standberry, Joan, 320, 321

", Michael, gent., 320

Standish, Silver, see Plate

", Thomas, gent., 186

Standishe, John, gent., 35

Standley, Mary, 289

", Richard, 289

Stanford, James, 327

", Robert, gent, 85

Stanford's, earl of, regiment, Soldiers of the, 175

Stanghurst, co. Lancaster, 133

Stanley, Charles, esq., 215 (2)

", George, gent., 203, 204

", Henry, Ph.D., 262

", Mary, 223

", North, co. York, 46, 134

", Thomas, 20

Stanmore, co. Midd., 23, 32, 58

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

", Parva, co. Midd., 59, 136, 137

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

Stanninghall, co. Norfolk, 145

Stannington, co. York, 46, 131

Stannop, John, 124

Stanton, Richard, 312

Stanwell, co. Midd., 44, 270, 321

", Parish of, 270

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

Stanyng, co. Lancaster, 48

Staple, Abraham, 294

", Inn, London, 56

Staples, Margery, 306

", William, 306

Stapleton, Sarah, 377, 378

", William, gent., 382

Stappard, Abigail, 43, 44

", Robert, gent., 43

Star Chamber, high court of, The, 52

Startopp, John, 18

", Nicholas, 18

Starving an apprentice to death, 294

State," "Ancor of the, 287

States waggons on the highway, Endeavouring to rob the, 204

Staunton, Richard, 177

Staves, Broom, 43, 71

Stayres, Thomas, 225

Steal, Attempting to, 98

Stealing from a dwelling-house, 297

" Feloniously, 2, 5, 7, 10, 23, 24 (3), 27 (2), 29, 30, 31, 32, 36 (3), 38, 39 (4), 41 (3), 42, 43, 44 (2), 48, 51, 53, 54, 56, 57 (2), 60 (2), 69, 72, 73, 85, 89, 96, 98, 101, 108, 114, 120, 124, 125, 126, 127, 191, 200, 201, 208, 209, 213, 218, 223, 225, 232, 233, 235, 236, 240, 244, 246, 251, 255, 256, 258, 259, 262, 267, 270, 275, 278 (2), 285 (2), 286, 287, 288, 289, 290 (2), 291 (3), 294, 295 (2), 298 (4), 299, 306, 307, 314, 315, 319, 321, 350, 351 (2), 372

" Felonious, with violence, 291

Stebunheath, see Stepney

Sleddle, Thomas, 333

Steevens, Symon, 268

", see Stephans, Stephens, Stevens

Stephans, Simon, 296

", see Steevens, Stephens, Stevens

Stephens, Bridget, 225

", John, 249

", see Steevens, Stephans, Stevens

Stepney, co. Midd., 42, 55, 81, 85, 103, 117, 161, 166, 174, 185, 193, 201, 202, 216, 225, 229, 236, 244, 252 (2), 255 (2), 256, 266 (2), 270, 278, 279, 281, 305, 307, 311, 316, 321, 322, 323, 325, 332, 336, 339, 340 (2), 341, 353 (3), 359, 360, 361, 363, 364, 366, 370, 388, 389

", Parish of, 42, 193, 201, 202, 216, 244, 255 (2), 260, 266, 274, 278, 281, 321, 322, 323, 332, 352 (2), 354 (2), 355, 357, 358 (2), 360, 361 (2), 388, 389

Stepney Armitage [Hermitage] Dock, 315

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

Stepney, Bethnal Green in, 20, 335

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

", parish of, Churchwardens and officers of the, 332

", parish of, Refusing to aid the constable of the, in conveying conventiclers to Newgate, 370

", parish of, Redemption money for conventiclers to be used for the poor of the, 366

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

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

", Conventicle held in a building or room of unknown person in, 343, 344, 351, 352 (2). 357

", Dean and Flower Street, 313

", Mr. Edgworth, the curate of, Speaking against and disturbing, during divine service, 174 (2)

", Gravel Lane, 223

", New Gravel Lane, 247, 251, 341

", Green Bank, 259

", A headborough of, 305

", The highway at, 360

", Limehouse in, 335

", Limehouse, Conventicle held in, 343. 345

", Mile End in, 236, 276

", Morgan's Rents, 258

", parish of, The plague greatest in the, than other parishes within or without London, 62

", Ratcliffe in, 4, 51, 153, 271, 341, 353

", Ratcliffe Highway in, 318, 329

", Rosemary Lane, 258

", Shadwell in, 161, 256, 266, 267, 274, 277, 315, 335

", The hamlet of Shadwell in, 247 (2)

", The hamlet of Spitalfields in, 251

", Sprucen's Island, 315

", Mr. Stampe, vicar of, Speaking against, 174

Stepney, Wapping in, 235, 260, 304, 315, 367

", Wapping hamlet in, 305

", Wapping Wall in, 276, 277, 302, 305

", Wellclose in, 247

", Westbury (or Westberry) Street, Conventicle held in, 343. 345, 364 (2)

", Wheeler-street, 364

Sterling, Richard, 281

Sternett, Richard, 311

Stevens, George, 309

", John, 174

", see Steevens Stephans, Stephens

Stevenson, Elizabeth, 314

", William, 314

Stewkley, James, 246

", John, 296

Stibbs, William, 296

Stiles, Robert, 388

Stilettos, Daggers called, 22, 29

Stirrup irons, Gilt, 72

Stirrups, 89

Stoakes [Stokes], co. Norfolk, 145

Stockell, John, 336

Stockings for exportation, 388

", see Apparel, prices of

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

Stockwell, John, 96

Stoke Ferry, co. Norfolk, 145, 147

Stoke-by-Nayland, co. Suffolk, 145

Stoke Newington, 375. 376

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

[Stokes] Stoakes, co. Norfolk, 145

Stolen goods, Receiving, 336

Stomacher, see Apparel, prices of

Stone, Benjamin, 294

", John, 265

", Person slain by throwing a, 22

", Gold ring set with a doublet, 32

", Samuell, 269

", Thomas, 171

", see Stones

Stoneleigh, co. Warwick, Edward Price, clerk, vicar of, 338

Stones, amitus (?) [amethysts], Ring with, 36

", Gold rings set with Bristol, 32, 232

", Precious, 74

Stones, see Stone

Stool in Cheapside, Cheats to stand upon a, on a market day, 102, 125

Stothart, Hugh, 228

Stoughton, co. Worcester, 54, 136

Stout, Edmund, 312

Stowne, William, 315

Stradling, Robert gent., 89

Strand, The, co. Midd., 2, 11, 21, 35, 73, 174

", near the New Exchange, Forgers to stand upon the pillory in the, for two hours on a market day, 388

", Obstruction by hackney coaches against the New Exchange, 100, 101, 105

", St. Mary-le-Savoy, 17, 18, 21, 36, 37, 40, 51, 64, 73 (2), 77, 85, 152. 157 (2)

Stratford Bow, co. Midd., 58, 102, 138, 139

" ", Parish of, 102

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

" ", Greengoose fair at, suppressed during whitsun week on account of the plague, 62

" Lancton, co. Essex, 262

Straton [Scruton ?] co. York, 131

[Stratton (?)] Sturton Ground, Westm., 50

Stree, John, 330

Street, Richard, 365

", quarrel, A, 324 (2)

Streete, Edward, 72

Streets or lanes, Inhabitants not to cast rubbish or dirt in the, 226

" and lanes, Defective paving of, to be repaired within ten days after warning given, 226

" Sea-coal ashes not to be cast into the, 226

Strengham alias Strensam [Strensham], co. Worcester, 142

Strensam [Strensham], Strengham alias co. Worcester, 142

Stretley, co. Berks, 146

Strideup, Alice, 45

", Hugh, 45

Stringer, Mary, 110

Strode, John, gent., 245

Strong water shop on the sabbath-day in sermon time, &c., Drinking in a, 257

" waters, Suspicion of stealing a bottle of, 171

Strugnell, Henry, 79, 80

Strumpet, A suspected, 276

Stuart, Charles, Suspicion of receiving and dispersing commissions from, and holding correspondence with, 250

", Charles, late king of England, 205, 206

", Charles, A minister saying the restoration of, was a malignant plot, 208

", Charles, Proclaiming, &c., 205, 286, 287

", Charles, Publishing, printing, &c., an engraved picture (with inscription, given) of, 206 (2), 207

", James, 217

Stubbes, Peter, 100

Stubbins, Jonas, 207

Stukeley, John, 175

Sturfeild, John, 23

Sturgeon, Jaine, 307, 308

", Robert, 307, 308

Sturges, Elizabeth, 301

", Thomas, 301

Sturley, William, 106

Sturton [Stratton?] Ground, Westm., 50

", William, lord, 57, 273

", Thomas, esq., 273 (2)

Sucklinge, Florence, I

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

Sucklyn, Edward, gent., 306

Sudall, Mary, 193

Sudlowe, William, 278

Suffolk, co., 142 (2), 145

", cheese, Stealing, 37

Suffolk Lane, 340

" Thomas, earl of, 2

Sugar boxes, Silver, see Plate, prices of

" cakes, 319

" James, 55

" plums, 319

" Selling an apprentice for a slave for 1,600 lbs. weight of, 336

Suicide, 43

Sullen, Richard, 317

Sumner, John, 326

Sumner, Robertine, 298

Sun, The (sign), St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 52

", dials, Brass, 95

Sunbury, co. Midd., 332

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

Supremacy, oath of, The, 376 (2)

", oath of, Refusing to take the, 173 (2)

", Heavy recognizance for appearance, &c., for refusing to take the, 80

Surinam, Carrying a man on board ship and leaving him to be transported to, 278

Surplice, see Apparel, prices of

Surrey, co., 18, 64, 76, 97, 148, 164, 168, 170 (3), 230, 237, 264, 312, 313, 314, 340, 363, 368, 376

", &c., Counterfeit letter addressed to the farmers for collecting the excise of beer, &c., in, 265

", earl of, see Arundel

Sussex, co., 31, 51, 76, 104, 142

Sutton, co. Derby, 3

", Anne Symons alias Alsopp alias, 91

", Dorothy, 289

", Henry, 118

", St. Nicholas, co. Hereford, 146

", Sarah, 247, 292

", Thomas, 91, 125 (2), 126, 196

Swan, Anthony, 7

Swayne, William, esq. [justice of the peace], 4

Swearing, Endeavouring to persuade a person to false, 197

Sweep their doors, keep kennels clean, &c., Inhabitants to, 226

Swevy [Sweeney (?)], co. Salop, 145

Swift, lord viscount, Reviling, assaulting, &c., the, 56

", Richard, 308

Swifte, Isaack, 37

", Lewis, 165

Swine not to be suffered to wander up and down streets and lanes, &c., 227

Swinfen, Samuel, 376

Swinglehurst, John, 136

Sword, broad, A, 251

", with steel hilt, A, 213

Sword, horseman's, A, 89

", and scabbard, A, 70

", Suspicion of stealing a, 118

Swords, Prices of, 14, 86

", with silver hilts, 280, 317

", Stealing, 14, 74, 86

Swynnerton, James, gent., 60, 61

", Henry, gent., 160

Sydenham, Lady Anne, 315

", Thomas, M.D., 326

Symes, Thomas, 324

Symondes, Thomas, 64

", see Simonds

Symond's Inn, in St. Dunstan's-in-theWest, 163

Symons alias Alsopp alias Sutton, Anne 91

", John, 367

", see Simons

Sympson, John, 274

", see Simpson

Syms, Thomas, 75

T.

Table cloths, 35

" ", Damask, 29, 79

Tables, Gaming, 202

Taboe alias Taburre (? Talbott), William, [270], 295

Taburre (? Talbott), William Taboe alias [270], 295, 296

Tacker, Edward Tackey alias, 52

Tackey alias Tacker, Edward, 52

Taffata bag, An embroidered, 33

Taffaty ribbon, 360

Tags, Gold, see Jewellery, price of

Tailer, John, 60

", see Tailor, Tayler, Taylor

Tailor, Edward, 52

", Thomas, 130, 131, 135, 138

", see Tailor, Tayler, Taylor

Talbott, Nicholas, 19

", William . . . . alias, gent., 270, [295, 296]

Talley, Stephen, 254

Tame, Elizabeth, 332

", Thomas, 332

Tanner, John, 271

", Thomas, 256

Tapley, John, 254

Tapper, Thomas, 165

Tarlinge, Daniel, 370

Taunt, John, 124

Taunton, Samuel, 334

Tavern, Beating and bruising a kinsman in a, 75 (2)

", Keeping a disorderly, 178

", Person continuing in a, till night, showing tricks, &c., 195

Taverns, Haunting, at unseasonable hours, 249 (2)

", see Signs, &c.

Tayler, George, 319

", John, 179, 252

", Martha, 252

", Thomas, 123, 336

", see Tailer, Tailor, Taylor

Taylor, Anthony, 16

", Frances, 36

", George, 281

", Humfrey, 351

", John, 309

", Philip, 330

", Ralph, 316, 317, 318

", Thomas, gent., 249

", alias Bridges, William, 28

", see Tailer, Tailor, Tayler

Taylors' Company, Merchant, Sir Baptist Hickes, knt., a member of the, 9

Teague, John, 194

Teddington, co. Midd., 268

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

Tedman, Richard, 169

Tellettos, Silk, price of, 9

Temple Bar, The Rose tavern, 98

" ", Servant to be whipped to, and stand upon a pillory, &c., there, 117

" Captain, 193

" Inner, The, 249, 253

" John, 192

" Middle, The, 202, 261, 268

Tennitt," "Island of, 48

Tereman, Robert, 105

Terrado (or Torado), Francis, junior, 334

", see Toradoe, Torrado

Terrell, Peter, gent., 331

Terry, George, 365

Tester for a bed with bone-lace, 17

Thacker, Humble, 330

Thaker, Silvester, 117

Thames, The river, 29, 60, 254, 268, 351, 381, [382]

", Shod, nigh the mill in the parish of St. Toolie, co. Surrey, 314

Thames Street, 175, 311, 360

Thanet, Island of, co. Kent, 48

Theatres, see Playhouses

Theatrical amusements, temp. Commonwealth, xv

Theobald, Letter under the signet dated from the court at, 67

", Park, Enfield, used for pre servation of deer, 94

", " Enfield, Unlawfully hunting and killing stags in, 93, 94

Thicknes, Dutton, 185

Thief-catcher, A pretended, taking thieves and releasing them on receiving money, 273

Thieves burnt in the hand, Notorious, 265

Thimbles, Silver, 380

Thomas, . . . ., 316

", Daniell, 71, 72

", Edward, gent., 323

", Elizabeth, 201

", Isaack, 273

", Isatus, 201

", James, 193

", John, 327

", Roger, 244, 364

", William, 330

Thompson, James, 105

", John, 209, 293

", Priscilla, 229

", Thomas, 389

", William, 33, 126

", see Thomson, Tompson, Tomson

Thomson, Michael, 197

", see Thompson, Tompson, Tomson

Thornborough Jane, 165

Thorner, Emma, 221

", John, gent., 221

", Timothy, gent., 221

Thorneton, Thomas, 168

Thornton Wood, co. York, 46

Thorold, Nathaniel, gent., 195

Thorowgood, Adam, 182

", Lady Elizabeth, Order made for the maintenance of the grandchildren of, 220

", Sir John, knt., 220, 221

Thorpe in Long Itchington, co. Warwick, 137

", by Norwich, co. Norfolk, 146, 147

Thorpehall, co. York, 41

Thread, Fraudulently offering for sale a wire of impure composition for pure silver, 70

", Stealing, 37

Three Tuns Alley, Petticoat Lane, Whitechapel, 326

Thresham, Theodosia, lady, 34

Throckmorton, Sir Clement, knt. [ Jusof the Peace], 39

Thumb, Branded on the, 48

Thurlow, John, esq., secretary of state, Counterfeiting the name of, 261, 262

Thurnham, co. Lancaster, 47, 133

Thwaites, Thomas, 191

Tibballs, John, 256

Tibbs, William, 325

Ticket of silver, A porter's, 86

Til, Edward, 207

Tillets (wrappers for cloth), 60

Timberlake, John, 365

", Richard, 123

Timbeilye, John, 263

Timmes, Henry, 247, 292

Tindall, Francis, gent, 98

Tippling act (1 James I.), Informers receiving bribes for supposed offence against the, 53

", eating, &c., in alehouses, &c., Order against, to be read in parish churches before sermon, 190

Tisdale, Fraunces, 212

", Thomas, esq., 202, 291 (2)

Titchborne, Sir Richard, knt., 31

", Robert, lord, 272 (2)

Titoe, John, gent., 249

Tobacco, Suspicion of stealing a bottle of, 171, 172

", box, A, 208

", " A silver, 213

", Spanish, 351

", Stealing, 19

", Virginia, 386

", in leaf, Stealing Virginia, 350

", Stealing Virginia, 93

Tobacconist, A wholesale, 328

Todd, Christopher, 312

", John, 330

", Mary, 235

"Todstones," Gold rings set with, 211, 218

Tokely, William, 266

Tom, King(Thomas, lord Fairfax.called), 103

Tomkins, William, 312

", see Tompkins

Tommey, John, 299

Tompkins, William, 364

", see Tomkins

Tompson, James, 265

", John, 103

", Samuell, 240

", Widow, 237

", see Thompson, Thomson, Tomson

Tomson, George, 261

", see Thompson, Thomson, Tompson

Tonstall, William, 114

Tools and implements for workhouse, Certificatory letter for money to purchase, 332

Toomes, Thomas, 318

Toothpicker cases, Silver, 380

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

Torado (or Terrado), Francis, junior, 334

", see Toradoe, Torrado

Toradoe, Francis, gent., 114, 122(2)

", see Terrado, Torado, Torrado

Torches, 63

Torrado, Francis, gent., xi, 95 (2), 96

", see Terrado, Torado, Toradoe

Tossier, John, 309

Tothill Fields, The bridge near the horse ferry, 50

" Street, Westminster, 328

Tottell, Richard, gent., 152

Tottenham, co. Midd., 40, 153, 158, 319

", Parish of, 33, 40

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

", The highway of, 32

Tovey, George, 274

Tovie, George, 274

Tower of London, The, 85, 86, 99, 215, 224, 229, 253, 314, 328, 340, 351, 367, 380, 381

" ", Conspiracy to seize the, 376

" ditch, St. Katherine's, 280

" dock in the liberty of the Tower of London, 336

" hamlets, A member of the Parliament committee of the, 102

" hill, 281

Tower hill, Little, London, 328, 341

" ", Outer, London, 341

" ", Raising a mutiny, &c., among soldiers and sailors on, 163

" ", Tumultuous and mutinous seamen at, [224], 225

" of London, The liberty of the, 166, 170 (2), 224, 233, 253 (2), 260, 262, 276, 336, 386

" ", Lieutenant of the, Sir Allen Apsley, knt., 16

" ", John Baldayn, esq., gentleman porter of the, 272

" Precinct of the, 241 (4), 246

" Ward of the, 60, 89

Towers, Thomas, gent., 89

Towle, Francis, 102

Town Court House, Le, Westm., 58

Towneley, John, gent., 47, 133

Townsend, John, 258

Tracye, William, 256

Trade, new, Company of the merchants of England for discovery of the, 29

Trades Increase, The (ship), 93

Traherne, John, 74

Train, Laying a, 167

Tramplett, Thomas, 276

Transported to the Barbadoes or beyond the seas, Person to be, 184

" beyond the seas, Petition, &c., for suspected catholic priest to be, 93

" Prisoners to be kept in the ho. of correction until, 293. 294

" Prisoners pardoned to be, 247, 292, 293, 294 (2), 295, [296], 327, 334, 337, 368

" Editorial remarks on prisoners, 292

" A trespasser sentenced to be, 291

Traps, Elizabeth, 286

Travel, Spurious licence to, 48

Treason and high treason, Charges of, 52, 56, 57 (2), 67, 73 (2), 75, 76 (2), 77 (4), 78 (3), 79, 80, 83 (3), 84, 91 (3), 92 (2), 94 (2), 108, 109, 111 (2), 112 (2), 114 (11), 115 (3), 116, 117 (2), 118 (2), 119, 120, 121, 171, 194, 198 (2), 199, 206 (3), 215, 216, 226, 237, 255, 263, 284, 285, 286 (2), 287, 290, 303, 376

Treason, Dangerous wordstending to, 314

", Doubtful, 81

", high, Manner of execution of felons convicted of, 83, 199

", Sentence for misprison of, 126

Treasonable or otherwise seditious words, Speakers of, 43, 54, 73, 74, 82 (4), 84 (2), 87 (3), 88, 89, 90 (2), 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 (2), 97, 98, 99, 101, 102, 103 (2), 113, 114 (2), 115, 117 (3), 118, 119 (3), 120 (5), 121, 122 (3), 123 (6), 125, 126 (2), 127 (2), 168, 171 (3), 173 (2), 174, 175, 176 (4), 177 (5), 178, 179 (3), 180, 182, 183, 184 (2), 186 (2), 192, 194, 195 (2), 197 (2), 203, 205 (4), 208, 212, 215, 224, 225, 240, 243, 246, 250 (2), 252 (2), 259, 260, 264, 266, 268, 271, 272 (2), 274, 275, 276 (2), 277, 284 (5), 285, 302, 303, 304 (6), 305 (4), 306 (3), 307 (2), 308, 309 (4), 310, 311 (2), 312, 314, 316 (2), 317 (2), 324, 326, 327 (3), 328, 335 (2), 338 (4), 339 (2), 368, 389

" and seditious words spoken at a private meeting, Concealing, 307

" words, A constable indicted for hearing and not apprehending a speaker of, 371

Treatise of Faith (a book), 24

Tredway, Thomas, 334

Treloyne, co. Pembroke, 146

Trelwel [Treville (?)], co. Hereford, 147

Tremaine, John, esq., 328

", John, gent., 272, 273

Trench, Steward, 256

Trenchers, Silver, see Plate, prices of

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

Trepanner, A common, 256

Trepanning, Endeavouring to compound for falsely, 263

", a person, and releasing him on receiving money, 273

Trer Abatt, co. Flint, 148

Trescott, Thomas, ix, 185

Tresham, Valentine, 245

", Sir William, knt., 44

Trespass, 22, 263, 291, 299, 329 (2), 338

Trespasser in enclosed ground to be whipped, 282

Trespassing, 220

Tressam, Edward, clerk, 91

Tressilian, William, gent., 56

Treswell, Ensign Robert, 250

Trevers, . . . ., 328

[Treville (?)], Trelwel, co. Hereford, 147

Trewman, John, 272

Tricks, &c., Person continuing in a tavern till night showing, 195

Trindall, William, 167

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

", House, The masters of the, 30

", " Wardens and assistants of the, 16

Trinity-in-the-Minories, 91, 97, 98, 242 (3), 312

" " ", Parish of, 91, 97

Troske, Richard, 163

Trostrey, co. Monmouth, 146

Trout, Simon, 312

True lover's knot, Jewel called a, &c., 53

Truly, John, 373

Trumpeter dead of the plague, Funeral of a, 62 [63, 64]

Trunck, A, 388

", Taking money out of a, 37

Trye, James, 182

Tubb, Robert, 167

Tucker, Anthony, 168

", Henry, 376

", John, 51

Tuddenham, North, co. Norfolk, 145

Tuftaffetta, Price of, 9

Tulips, Gold rings for locks of hair wrought with, 381

Tummey, John, 43

Tumult, A, 280 (2)

", in the parish church of Islington on the sabbath day, An attempt to raise a, 102

Tumult in Moorfields on the sabbathday, 102

" Raising a, 182

" in the street and wounding, Prosecution for a, 212

" at Westminster, A, 100

" &c., among soldiers and sailors on Tower Hill, Raising a, 163

Tumults, &c., upon persons by calling them spirits, Raising, 182, 255, 278

Tumultuous and mutinous seamen, 224, 225

Tun, Silver see Plate, prices of

Tupsley, Edward, 320

Turkey carpet, A, 32

" cock, Stealing a, 96

" driver, A, 236

"Turkystone," A gold ring with a, 60

Turner, Anthony, xv, 279

", Ellen, 266

", John Wyndmore (or Windmore) alias Wigmore alias, clerk, 76, 114(2)

", Margaret, 258

", Richard, 334

", Robert, gent., 322

", Thomas, 62, 266

", William, 80, 202, 251, 371, 372

Turnham Green, General sessions of the peace held at, 62

Turnmill Street, co. Midd. 1, 6 (2), 38, 168

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

" ", Notorious and other women at, 13

Turnstile Tavern, Holborn, 336 (3)

Turvill, Frederick, gent., (or esq.), 302 (2)

Turvyn, John, 5

", Thomas, 166

Tutchbury, Anne, 364

Tuttle, Frauncis, 266

", Joan, 284

Twickenham, co. Midd. 32, 160

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

", parish church, A minister preaching against the restoration in, and decree of the justices refusing confirmation in the vicarage of, 308

Twisden, Sir Robert, knt. (a justice of the pleas), 361

Twisee [Twizel], co. Durham, 134

Twisle [Twizel], co. Durham, 45

Twison, co. Denbigh, 146

Twist, Gold, 30, 44

[Twizel] Twisee or Twisle, co. Durham, 45, 134

Twopences, Counterfeit, see Money

Tyburn, gallows at, Traitors, &c., drawn on hurdles to the, executed, &c., 56, 57 (2), 67, 73, 76 (2), 77 (3), 78 (2), 83 84 [94], 109, 111 (2), 112 [114 (10)], 115 (3), 117, 121 (2), 194, 199, 226, 286, 290

Tydford, Thomas, 204

Tyndall, George, 5

Tyrrill, James, gent., 368

U.

Ufton [Upton], co. Berks, 140

Ulloa, Alice, 123, 124 (5), 125

Ultaghamp, Christofer, clerk, 92

Unckles, Eleonore, 377

Underhill, Cave, gent., 322

", Sir John, 379

Underhill, Samuell, 62

", Thomas, 252

Underwood, Humphrey, 337

", Mr., 207

[Upton] Ufton, co. Berks, 140

" co. Worcester, 66

Urlyn, William, 291

Usherwood, Margaret Maye alias, 17

Uxbridge, co. Midd., 48, 58, 96, 239

", Parish of, 48

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

", The pillory at, 48

V.

Vagabond respited from whipping on account of feebleness, A, 289

Vagabonds sentenced to be whipped and returned to their places of birth, 289

Vale, Geoffrey, 336

", Godfrey, 259

", Mary, 263

Valentyne, William Hammond alias Nelson alias, 77

Vall Cload, De-, gent., 368

Vander Ven of the Hague, A picture of flowers with statue of woman, &c., by, 275

Vandermander, Joseph, 243

Varnall, Francis, 38

Vaugh, Fulke, gent., 338

Vaugham, Richard, 1

Vaughan, Frances, lady, 87

", John, 148, 291

", Lord, 326

", Mary, 225

", Richard, 303

", Robert, 206 (3), 286, 287

Vavasar, Thomas, esq., 150

Veale, John, 288

Velvet, Branched, &c., 17

", French hoods of, 35

", Price of, 9

Venetian ambassador's lodgings, Celebrating mass at the, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245 (12), 247

Venice glasses, 275

Venire facias, Writ of, addressed to the sheriff of Middlesex, A, 51

Ventris, John de, 185

Venus sleeping, A picture of, 275

Verlyn, Richard, 298

Verses against the lord protector, Suspected author of scandalous and treacherous, 229

Vertue, Government of (a book), 48

Vespasian, A piece of gold called a, 268

Vessel, Boarding, with arms drawn, and feloniously stealing from a, 314

Victualler entertaining disorderly persons, &c., at unseasonable hours, 40

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

" refusing to quarter soldiers and abusing officer, 250

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

" using false measures, 51, 52

" see Alehouses, Keepers of

Victualling house, Keeping an unlicensed, 251

Victuals collected by basketman for relief of poor prisoners in the gatehouse, 101

Vigen, George, 339

Villeneive (sic), Philipp, gent., 323

Villeneue (sic), Mounsier, 324 (2)

Vincent, Richard, 317

", Robert, 317

", Thomas, 194

", William, 299, 300

[Virgin] Mary, Picture of the, 35

Virginals and organs, An itinerant player on, 258

Virginia, 220, 335 (2), 348

", Runaway apprentice for service in, 104

", &c, Prisoners pardoned on condition that they go to, within two months and not return to England for seven years, 337

", Reprieved for, 283 (2), 292

", Selling a servant for a slave to, 306

", Spirits, &c, Inveigling persons aboard ship to transport them to, 239 (2), 253, 259, 271, 274, 303, 315, 326, 335 (2), 381

", tobacco, 386

", " in leaf, Stealing, 350

", " Stealing, 93

Vizors, 257

Voider, Silver, see Plate

Volunteers, Counterfeit writing having the appearance of a letter under sign manual to raise, 65 [66, 113]

W.

Wadd (? Woodford), Thomas, 63

Waddesworth, James, 51, 198

", see Wadesworth, Wadsworth

Wade, Robert, 68

", William, 99

", see Wood

Wadesworth, James, 185

", see Waddesworth, Wadsworth

Wadsworth, James, gent, (messenger), 179, 180 (2), 184

", see Waddesworth, Wadesworth

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

Waggoners, carters, &c, Order to apprehend, carrying above twenty hundred weight, 196

Waggons, carts, &c, Highways damaged by excessive weights carried upon, 196, 227

", on the highway, Endeavouring to rob the states, 204

Wagstaffe, Hugh, 246

Waistcoat, see Apparel, prices of

Wakers, John, 48

Walbrook, 341

Walcott, Elizabeth, 251

Waldron, Charles, 73

Waldgrave, John, 315

", see Walgrave

Wales, Charles, prince of, Seditious speeches against, 103, 119, 126, 127

Walgrave, William, 263

", co. Northampton, 76

", see Waldgrave

Walker, George, 167

Walker, Henry, 215, 216

", Richard, 185

", Robert, 305

", Sampson, ix, 185

Wall, Katherine, 259

Wallen alias Walley, Joseph, 330

Waller, Henry, 37

", John, 253

", Robert, 279

Wallett, A leather, 315

Walley, Elizabeth, 65

", Hugh, esq., 65 (2)

", Joseph Wallen alias, 330

", (sic) Thomas, gent., 325

Wallinger, Randall, gent., 71

Wallington, Nehemiah, 330

Wallingworth, William, 319

Wallis, Adam, 217

", Andrew, 183

", John, 337

", Luke, 301

", alias Nayler, William Young alias, 29

Wallwin, Brace, 221

Walmer, John, 25

Walrapp, Thomas, 22

", see Waltrapp

Walrond, Charles, gent., 55

Walsall, James, 81

Walsh, Peter Welsh alias, gent., 60, 61

Walter, Mr., 220

Walter, Robert, 54

Walters, Andrew, 289

", Humfrey, 366

Waltham, John, 196

Walton-in-the-Marsh, co. Lincoln, 65

" William, 5

" &c., see Welton

Waltrapp, Thomas, 107

", see Walrapp

Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 148, 230 (2)

Wapping, co. Midd., 7, 15 (3), 16 (2), 99 (2), 153, 162, 168, 169 (2), 174, 195, 303, 306, 311, 312, 313

", Parish of, 7, 15

", Constable of, 274

", Gunpowder explosion at, 99

", hamlet of, headborough of the, A, 270

", &c, hermitage in, The, 315

", Inhabitants to be overseers of constables of, 14

", King-street, 367

", Market kept at, 13

", Concealing treasonable and seditious words spoken at a private meeting at, 307, [309 (2)]

", Notorious and other women at, 13

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

", Lower, in Whitechapel, 315

", in the parish of Stepney, 235, 260, 304, 315, 367

", hamlet in Stepney, 305

", Wall in the parish of Stepney, 276, 277, 302, 305

", Wall, The Pelican at, 302

", in Whitechapel, 260, 270, 274, 306, 307, 308, 309

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

", in Whitechapel, The Gun tavern at, 303

", dock in Whitechapel, 305

", -juxta-Hermitage in Whitechapel, 315

Warberton alias Gregory, Thomazina, 27

Ward, John, 195

Ward, Mr., 67

", Owen, 4

Warde, Andrew, 103

", William, gent., 65 (2)

Warder on watch, Scoffing and deriding a, 270

Wards, Court of, Places where kept, 105

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

Warne, Henry, gent., 119

Warner, Christopher, gent., 272, 273

", Mary, 301

", Richard, 334

Warrant, Hindering the execution of a, for search of a lost child, 224

", to convey conventiclers to the port of London for embarkation, &c., 362, 364, 367, 370

", for apprehension of Jesuits and catholic priests, The lord protector's, 245

", for payment of money, A counterfeit, 265

", Fictitious constables, &c., pressing men with a counterfeit, 169

Warrants of privy search, 253 [259]

Warren, Arnold, gent., 26

", Elizabeth, 48

", Francis, 97

", Nicholas, 245

", Rachael, 126

", Robert, 222, 223, 290

Warton, co. Lancaster, 46, 134

Warwick, co., 41, 42, 45, 53, 54, 66, 71, 104, 134, 136, 137, 154, 338

", earl of, Footman of the, slain, 57

", co., Justices of the peace, 39

", Lane, London, 168, 179

Warwicke, . . . ., 104

", Thomas, esq., 23

", William, 330

Wasey, Henry, 310

Washingborough, co. Lincoln, 64, 141

Washington, John, 127

", Sir Laurence, knt., 114

", Leonard, gent., 46, 134

", Richard, 232

", Samuell, 264

Watch case, A silver, 380

" of Limehouse taking a man as he came out of the mud from the Thames, 267, 268

Watch to be kept in Midddlesex, &c., Proclamation for strict ward and, 270

" Threatening and abusing officers of the, 256

" Suspicious and dangerous persons taken by the, 257 (2)

" Resisting and opposing the, 258(2)

" Revellers taken by the, 254 (2)

" Robbery of a, 38

" of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, The, 336

" of East Smithfield, Resisting the high constable and, 377

" Scoffing and deriding a warder on, 270

Watches, 11, 85

", &c, Large robbery of, 95 (2), 96

", Receiving stolen, 96

", see Jewellery, prices of

Watchmen of the parish of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields, An affray with the, 362

" set to watch the house of a woman of evil fame, &c., 270

Wate, John, 255

Water carriers not to set their carriages in the streets day or night as usually they have done, 227

Waterford alias Wilson, Katherine, 298

Waterman wearing the duke of York's cloth and plate of arms, A, 340

Waters, Christopher, 258

", Mary, 7

Waterworth, Phillip, 240

Wathen), Elizabeth Watken (or, 176

Watken (or Wathen), Elizabeth, 176

Watling Street, London, 340

Watson, Anne, 367

", Francis, 203

", John, 240

", Merian, 263

", William, gent., clerk of the council, 336

Watts, Robert, 194

Watty, Una, 377

Wax candles, Stealing, 57

Waxford [Wexford], frigate, The, 277

Wayford, Thomas, 297

Weaburne, Rachel, 174

[Weasenham (?)] Wierham, co. Norfolk, 145

Weaver alias Floyd, Sarah, 269

Webb, John 49

", Mathew, 331

", Robert, 163

", Samuel, 183

", Thomazine, 233, 234

", William, 205

Webbe, Thomas, 105

Webster, John, 231

Wedding-rings, Gold, 381

Weedon, John, 373

", William, 300

Weekes, Elizabeth, 321

", John, 368

", Richard, gent., 59, 138

Welbrowne, John, 283

Welding, Anne, 257

Well Alley on the Green Bank, Stepney, 259

Wellclose in the parish of Stepney, 247

Weller, William, 270

Wellington, Mary, 337

Wellman, John, 364

Wells, Edward, 167

", Parish of, co. Somerset, 143

", Phillip, 274

", Richard, 17

", Thomas, 137, 327

Welsh alias Walsh, Peter, gent., 60, 61

", William, 163

Welton-in-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln, 141

" &c., see Walton, &c.

Wentworth Street, 320

" Street, co. Middlesex, 165

" Street, Whitechapel, 378

" Sir Thomas, knt., and bart., 21, 22

" Thomas, esq., 319

Weobly, co. Hereford, 147

Wessell, Leonard, 254

West alias Fremasons Hessey, Francis Byde alias, 29

" John, 102, 125, 168, 296

" Nicholas, 34

" Thomas, gent., 250

" Thomas, 185

" William, 267, 299

" Drayton, see Drayton

" Indies, 360

" Smithfield, &c., see Smithfield

Westbury (or Westberry) Street, Stepney, Conventicle held in, 343, 345, 364 (2)

Westdoniland alias Berechurch, Colchester, co. Essex, 43

Westcott, William, 376

Westeby, John, 175

Westmeath, Viscount, 18

Westminster, co. Midd., 14, 23, 31, 38, 39 (2), 43, 46, 48, 49, 50, 56, 64, 66 (2), 67, 72, 79, 80, 81, 85, 89, 92, 118, 119, 133, 134, 135, 142, 148, 152, 157, 161, 162 (2), 172, 177, 182, 184, 186, 194, 197, 200, 204 (2), 205, 209, 210, 225, 233, 236, 237, 252, 254, 260, 282, 303, 307, 309 (3), 315 (2), 324, 325, 326, 332, 334, 335, 338, 339, 356, 359, 365, 368, 378, 385

", City and liberty of, 101, 105, 171, 173 (3), 176, 177 (2), 179, 182 (2), 184, 186 (2), 189, 194 (2), 195 (2), 196, 197, 198, 200, 204 (2), 205 (3), 211, 214, 215 (2), 302, 304, 307, 309, 320, 324, 325, 326 [327 (?), 328], 333, 334 (2), 376 (3), 378, 380, 385, 387(2)

", Abbey, 385

", Axe Yard, 182

", city of, Price of sea coals within the, 212, 213

", ho. of correction for, Prisoner in the, to be transported, &c., 184.

", Thomas Bowkers, coroner for, 182

", The crier and clerk of, 234

", "Le Town Court House," 58

", Gatehouse, Prisoners in the, 182, 303

", The Dutch baker of, 384

", Justices of the peace for (names given), 100, 105, 186, 194 (2), 196

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

", market at, Crying parties to be married in the, 234

", Overseer of the poor of, 72

", Gift of £100 to the poor of, 72

Westminster, Petition of poor prisoners in the gatehouse, 101

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

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

", Act for removing recusants from, 195 (2)

", General sessions of the peace held at, general quarter sessions of the peace for, and quarter sessions of the peace for, see Sessions

", Session of the peace Roll for, 72, 98, 100 (2), 105, 172, 173 (2), 176, 177, 178, 181, 182, 184 (2), 195, 199, 200, 204, 205, (3) 211, 214, 215 (2), 216, 217 (2), 302, 304, 306, 307, 309 (3), 320, 325, 326, 327, 328, 334 (3), 377, 378, 380, 385, 387 (2)

", Words spoken in discouragement of the soldiers of, 179

", Sturton [Stratton (?)] Ground, 50

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

", Tothill Street, 328

", Tumult at, 100

", The White Hart at, 234

Westmoreland, co., 45, 47, 132, 133, 134

Weston, Jeremiah, lord, 52

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

Westwood, John, gent., 18

", John, 368

Wethered, William, 177

Wetherell, Robert, 169

Whale-fins, Stealing, 29

Whalley, William, esq., 272 (2)

Wharton, Henry, 185

", John, 330

Wheatley, Mary, 334

", Peter, 247, 292

", Robert, 247 (2)

Wheatley, William, 247 (2)

Wheeler, Christopher, 241

", Nicholas, 190

", Robert, 10

", Street, Stepney, 364

", Ursula, 291

", William, 197

Wheels of carts, &c., not to be shod with iron but slugs only, 227, 229

" for women, ho. of correction, Repairing, 7

Wheelwrights, coachmakers, &c., not to block up the streets with carriages, timber, &c., 227

Wherry with ware and passengers on the Thames, Overloading a, 29

Whetcome, William, 229

Whipcords, Inhumanly beating a female servant with knotted, 318

Whipham, John, 297

Whipped, Felons, 298

", Prisoner receiving the benefit of clergy to be, 109

", Vagabonds sentenced to be, and returned to their places of birth, 289

Whipping, &c., an apprentice, 239

", &c., for bastardy, 12

", on Shrove Tuesday, Cock, 258 (2)

", described, The manner of, 282

", a female to death with a rod, 193

", for obtaining goods by false pretences, 70

", for petty larceny, 9, 54, 294, 297 (2), [298 (?)], 299 (2), 300 (4), 351

", and imprisonment for petty larceny, 294

", post, &c., to be erected at Rickes End, parish of South Mims, A, 6

", a servant, Assaulting and, 230

", vagabond respited from, on account of feebleness, A, 289

Whippings, Public, 117, 282, 293

Whips, Assaults with, 97, 166, 230

Whiskes [a kind of tippet] Corle, 225

Whistles, 85

", Silver, see Jewellery, prices of

Whiston, John, M.A., 308

White, Anne, 289

", Edward, 20

White, Elizabeth, 289

", Gerrard, 380, 381

", James, 370

", John, 126

", Mary, 291

", Matthew, 289

", Robert, 160, 196

", Samuel, 168

", Thomas, 169, 302, 330

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

", Walter, 176

", William, 259

", Cross and Dagger (sign), near St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 52

", Hart, Westminster, The, 234

", see Wight, Wyght

Whitechapel, co. Midd., 42, 43, 82, 93, 97, 100, 154, 164 (4), 169, 183 (3), 185, 193, 194, 196, 197, 208, 217, 218, 223 (2), 228, 229, 240, 242 (3), 243, 245, 247, 251, 254 (2), 265, 266, 268, 269, 279, 280 (2), 303, 308, 309, 310 (3), 312, 313 (3), 314, 323, 325, 329 (2), 339 (3), 340 (3), 341, 351, 363, 384, 389

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

", parish of, Assessment made in the, for relief of persons infected, &c., 62

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

", Boar's Head Yard, 364

", Up hamlet of, The immediate constable of the, 387

", Conventicle held at, 310 (2)

", church, Detaining the officers of, prisoners in, 183

", church, Riotous assembly at, and rioters breaking open the doors of, 183

", The churchwardens of, 387

", dustmen announce their arrival by sounding a horn, 228

", High Street, 371

Whitechapel, Market kept at, 13

", Petticoat Lane, 326

", Rosemary Lane, 269, 336, 351

", East Smithfield in, 311

", Street, Riding full gallop through, 183

", Wapping in, 260, 270, 274, 306, 307, 308, 309

", Wapping dock in, 305

", Wapping-juxta-Hermitage in, 315

", Lower Wapping in, 315

", Wentworth Street, 378

Whitecross Street, co. Midd., 62, 75, 87 (2), 165, 182, 375

" Street in the parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 279

" Street, Beating and bruising a kinsman in an inn in, 75 (2)

" Riot at the Fortune playhouse, 161 (2), 162 (4)

Whitefriars, Dark house, 225

Whitegate Alley, 254

Whitehall, 195

", Burglary at thedwelling-house of the king at, 379, 380

", The Cockpit near the king's court at, 6

", Council of state at, 261

", on fire, &c., Seditious speech in wishing to see, 272

", The king's house at, 61

", Conspiracy to seize the king's palace called, 376

", Copy of an order of council concerning catholic priests and jesuits dated from, 238

Whitehead, John, 176

", alias Linsey, Katherine, 266

Whiteing, Thomas, 308

Whiteinge, Martha, 321

Whitfeild, William, 168

Whitmell, Thomas, 377, 378

Whitmore, Charles, esq., 267

Whittacre, Mr. Lawrence, esq. (sic) [justice of the peace], Warrants from, 185, 186

Whittaker, Laurence, esq. (justice of the peace), 56

", Mr. [justice of the peace], 49

", William, M.D., 381

Whittingham [Wrightington], co. Lancaster, 133

Whittington, Ursula, xxii, 288

Whore," 'Playing of the, 223

Whoredom, Prosecution and sentence to be hanged for, 287

Whores, &c., sitting at their doors, 13

", Drinking a health to the king and all, 339

", Professed and common, 13

Wicesdale, co. Lancaster [47], 133

Wich (? With), William, gent., 246

Wickliffe, Francis, gent., 47, 132

Widdons, John, 89

Widnes, John, 102, 125

Widows arrested in respect of debt incurred by their late husbands, 80

Wierham [Weasenham (?)], co. Norfolk, 145

Wife petitioning justices of peace to make an order for her husband to maintain her, &c., 275

Wiggins, . . . ., constable of High Holborn, 118

Wiggon, Mr., constable of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 174

Wight, Elizabeth, 256

", see White, Wyght

Wigmore alias Turner, John Wyndmore (or Windmore) alias, clerk, 76, 114 (3)

Wilbarr, William, 167

Wilcox, James, 228

", see Willcox

Wild, Richard, 383

Wildberd, Thomas, gent., 43

Wildboare, Thomas, 253

Wildbore, William, 378

Wildfire, A barrel of stuff to make, 385

Wilde, Lord chief baron, 213

Wildeing, Michael, 64

Wilford, Peter, clerk, 77, 115 (3)

Wilkins, Elizabeth, 294

", John, 194, 328

Wilkinson, James, 3

", John, 63, 173

", Richard, 330

", Robert, 54

", William, 99, 260

Will, Thomas, 372

Willcox, John, 274

", see Wilcox

Willesden, co. Midd., 373

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

Willett, Thomas, 214

William, . . . ., 300

", and Robert (ship), The, 336

", . . . . alias Talbot, gent., 270

Williams, . . . ., gent., 80

", Abigall, 43 (2)

", Alice, 297

", Charles, 327

", Edward, gent., 309

", Edward, 326 (2)

", Griffith, 175

", John, 27, 37, 102, 174, 260, 296

", Leonard, 306

", Mary, 126, 192 (2), 334

", Mrs., 196

", Owen, gent., 51

", Paul, 85, 192 (2)

", Peter Gudger alias, 298

", Robert, 170

", Roland, 197

", William, gent., 24, 251

", William, 16, 340

", see Willyams

Williamson, Anthony, 241, 242

Willis, Edmond, 267 (2)

", George, gent., 331

", Thomas, clerk, 308

Willmott, Abigale, 303

", Arthur, gent., 18

", Edward, gent., 333

", see Wilmot

Willoughby (Willoughbie or Willough bye), Elizabeth, lady, 80, 117, 118, 119

" John, gent., 204

" John, 366

" Richard, 99

" Thomas, esq., 204

" Thomas, 102

Wills, Richard, 315

Willson, Aubry, 309

", see Wilson

Wilmot, John, 377

", see Willmott

Wilney, Margaret, 168

Wilson, Christofer, 287

", Hugh, 96

", Katherine Waterford alias, 298

", Mary, 385

", Robert, 13, 199

", William, 362, 368, 369

", see Willson

Wilton, John, 327

", Lieutenant John, 313

Wilts, Rebecca, 379

Willyams, Richard, 176

", see Williams

Wiman, Jonathan, 384

Wimbish, co. Essex, 41, 134

Wimble, Henry, 296

Winch, . . . ., 177

Wincles, Richard, 340

Windebancke, A letter under the hands of Mr. secretary, 71

Windle, co. Lancaster, 47, 133

Windmill, Samuel, 363

Windmills in Moorfields, Houses for keepers of, converted into alehouses, to be suppressed, 15

Windmore, John, clerk, 114

", see Wyndmore

Windows in Gray's Inn, Maliciously breaking, 40

", at the back of Holborn, Breaking, 165

Windsor, co. Berks, 148

", dean and canons of, Complaint made by the, against the vicar of Twickenham, 308

Wine bottles, Leather, xiv

" Selling without license bottled, 251

" Canary, 200, 332

" Thomas, 330

Wing, Robert, 332

", Samuel, 341

Wingate, Priscilla, 306

Winkfield, Joan, 88

Winlington [? Winlaton], co. Durham, 47, 132

Winn, Robert, 330

Wint, Thomas, 375

Winter, Hester, 104

Wintershall, William, gent., xv, 279, 280

Winthurst, Jeffery, 387

Wire, Flatted, 70

", Fraudulently offering for salean impure composition as pure silver, 70

", thread, Counterfeit, 70

Wire-drawer fined £100, Fraudulent, 70 (2)

Wise, Hugh, 59, 138

", William, 122

Wiseman, Ralph, 167

", Sir Richard, knt. and bart., 32

Witches and enchantresses, Common, 216, 263, 266

Wtchcraft and sorcery upon persons, 2, 102, 202, 216, 217, 218 263, 266

Witchcraft, Acquittals for, 2, 85, 112, 113, 124, 191 (2) 208, 209, 223 (4), 224, 278, 284 (3), 285, 287 (2), 288, 289, 293, 295, 299

", Deaf and dumb through, 216, 217, 218

", Sentenced to be hanged for, 284, 287, 289

", &c., Person ordered to be kept in prison for practising, 112

(? With) Wich, William, gent., 246

Witt, Thomas 278

Wiver co. Chester 47 132

Woddington, William 287

Wolcott, Mary, 61

Wollaston, Henry, esq., 201

Wollerton [Wollaston (?)], co. Northampton, 71

Wollishull, co Worcester, 45, 54, 134, 136

Wolverd Magna [Woolford, Great], co. Warwick, 41

Woman going to bed with her sick pa tient, A, 266

Women, Disorderly, 236, 237, 281, 336 (3)

", lewd, Notorious &c., 13, 97 165, 252, 256, 259. 270, 276, 279(2), 281, 336 (3)

", " Keeping, to stand at door to entice Flemings into a house, 252

", " Employing, to take up gentlemen 217

", taken at night-time in their smocks in a cellar standing in water, 279 (2)

Wornwell Felix 215

Wood, Charles 383

", Elizabeth, 335

James, 301

", Jane 377

", Jeremy 257

", John, clerk, 85, 118, 119

", John. 42, 335

", Joseph, gent., 180

", Laurence, 338

", Margaret, 289

", Mary, 301

", Nathaniel, 127

", Peter, gent., 49

", Richard, 205, 335

", (? Wade), Robert, 69

", Street, London, 330

Wood, alias Hackleton, Thomas Allen alias, 315

", William, 44

", see Wade, Woode

Woodamore, William, 294

Woodcoates, co. Nottingham, 133

Wooddall, Barbara, 122

", Christopher, 122

Woode, John, 333

", see Wood

Wooden, William, 29

Woodford, Thomas, 62, 63

Woodkeeper, Thomazine, 109

Woodly, Anthony, 11

", Elizabeth, 11

Woodwall, co. Nottingham, 48

Woodward, John, 330

", Joseph, 2

Wool, Stealing, 10

Wooldridge, John, 330

Woolerston, John, 248

[Woolford, Great], Wolverd Magna, co. Warwick, 41

Woollard, John, 371

Woolley, George, 81

Woolsley, co. Warwick, 42

Woolton Wawen [Wootton Wawen], co. Warwick, 134

Wootten Wawen, co. Warwick, 45, 71, 136

[" "], Wotten Woeinge, co. Warwick, 41, 134

" ", Parish of, co. Warwick, 54, 137

Wotten Woeinge [Wootton Wawen], co. Warwick, 41, 134

Worcester, co., 43, 45, 54, 55, 66, 134, 136 (2), 137, 142, 145, 147, 383

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

Workhouse for the poor of Clerkenwell, Order for a rate to be assessed in certain parishes (named) for furnishing, &c., the new, 337

" for the poor of the parish of St. Clement's Danes, Order for a rate to be assessed for providing a, 318

" Certificatory letter for money for building a, and for wages of officers, servants, &c., 331, 332

Worsall, co. York, 45, 134

Worthinge, William, 268

Worthington, co. Lancaster, 47, 132

Wortley, Sir Thomas, knt., 248

Wounding, Imprisonment for, 109

Wray, Edward, 291

Wren, Susan, 337

Wrestling ground, Moorfields, The, 339

Wright, Arthur, 176

", Elizabeth, 25, 309, 310

", George, 74

", Grace, 379

", Jane, 74

", John, 51, 53

", Katherine, 337

", Peter, 286

", alias Beal, Peter, clerk, 198, 199

", Robert, esq., 276

", Robert, 169, 309

Wrighte, Jane, 11

[Wrightington (?)], Whittingham, or Writtingham, co. Lancaster, 48, 133

Wrist, Thomas, 161

Writ to remove a coroner and elect another, Application for a, 188

Writing having the appearance of letter under sign manual to which a genuine privy seal was affixed, Spurious, 65, 66, [113]

Writtingham [Wrightington (?)], co. Lancaster, 48

Wroughton, Edward, 253

Wyght, Thomas, 197

", see White, Wight

Wymondham, co. Norfolk, 305

Wyndmore (or Windmore) alias Wigmore alias Turner, John, clerk, 76, 114 (3)

" see Windmore

Wynne, Sir Richard [justice of the peace], 49, 56

Wythers, John, 278

Y.

Yacam [Yapham ?], co. York, 131

Yalden, Robert, gent., 249

[Yapham ?] Yacam and Yaram, co. York, 46, 131

Yaram [Yapham ?], co. York, 46

Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 341

Yates, George, gent., 97

", John, 231

", Leonard, 276

", Peter, gent., 97

Yaxley, Henry, gent., 144

Yeames, William, 353

Yeape, William, 225

Yelverton, Sir Charles, knt., 5

Yend, Anne, 276

Yeoman of the guard, A, 166

Yermitage, Edith, 174

Yokeley, Michael, 307

Yonge, Edward, 253

", Richard, 12, 13

", see Young, Younge

York, co. 31, 41, 45, 46 (2), 81, 82, 98, 131, 132, 134

", co. North Riding, 166

", city of, The, 46, 131

", duke of, cornet in the lifeguards of the, A, 326

", " Drinking the health of the, 250

", " A French footman of the, 324

", " A groom of the, 324

", " Seditious words spoken against the, 309, 310

", " waterman wearing the cloth and plate of arms of the, A, 340

Young, Paul, 299

", William, 201

", alias Wallis alias Nayler, William, 29

", see Yonge, Younge

Younge alias Browne, James, 89, 90

" Paull, 281

" see Yonge, Young

Yowe, Phillip, 246



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