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'Index: K - Z', The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, etc.: Thirteenth report, Appendix Part IV (1892), pp. 543-577. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67171 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Lacon, Sir Francis, 251, 262, 263.

La Hogue, 32.

Lailler, Vincent, 38.

Lake:
-, Thomas, jurat and captain of trained bands of Hastings, 357.
-, service of, at sacking of Cadiz, 360.

Lambert:
-, General, his regiment, 372.
-, J., letters of, 224, 227.

Lambeth, 377.
-, letter dated at, 122.

Lambeth Palace, prisoners committed to, 385.

Lame, Monsieur, 32.

Lameshin, Nicholas, 37.

Lamperd, William, 149.

Lampet, John de, 422.

Lampley, Lumley, Mr., 166, 171.

Lancaster, 397.

Lancaster county:
-, letter to members of Parliament for, 386.
-, petition of the well affected in, 394.

Landon, Richard, petition of, 347, 349.

Land's End, the, 131.

Lane:
-, —, alderman of Norwich, 453.
-, John, 269.
-, Richard, 381.
-, Thomas, compounder for provisions for the household, 434.

Lanesdale, Lansdale, Samuel, town clerk of Rye, letters of, 205, 207.

Lanford, George, 350.

Langaran, co. Hereford, 340.

Langer [Landguard] Point, co. Suffolk, 443, 444.
-, fort on, 445, 464, 468.

Langlois, Lawrence, safe conduct for, 30.

Langston, 291.

Langston, Jane, letter of, 393.

Langton, William, 276.

Lannoy, Anthony de, Lord of Baylbouel, 42.

Lansdall, Mr., 155.

Lanwarne, co. Hereford, 342.

La Pecque, forest, 493.

Lapland, 482.

Larder:
-, Clara, 138.
-, Nicholas, 98.

Large, Richard, grant by, 351.

Lashe, Lasher:
-, James, jurat of Hastings, 357.
-,-, mayors of Hasting, 358.
-,-, M.P. for Hastings, 360, 361.
-,-, his servant arrested for debt, 361.
-, Nathaniel, jurat of Hastings, 360.

Latimer, Hugh, bishop of Worcester, 99.

Latward, Richard, 281.

Laurence, Lawrence:
-, Henry, president of the Council, letters of, 221, 222, 225, 231.
-,-, letter to, 226.

Laurence, Thomas, letter of, 394.

Laurens, Richard, 26.

Lavic, Thomas, bailiff of Denbigh, 269.

Lawles, Robert, 60.

Lawrance, Mary, 17.

Lawse, Thomas, prebendary of Canterbury, letter of, 5.

Lawson, John, letter of, 235.

Layman, Robert, 416.

Layton:
-, letter dated at, 386.
-, John, patentee of improvements at Rye, 108, 109.
-,-, letter to, 109.

Lea, Sir James, chief justice of the Common Pleas, letters to, 268, 270.

Leath, Katherine, 339.

Leather, searchers and sealers of, 57.

Lece Marcantonia, Donato da, 33.

Le Courier du bas Rhin, 375.

Ledbury, co. Hereford, chantry lands at, 342.

Ledowick, Count, brother of Prince of Orange, 13.

Lee:
-, General, 373.
-, Lady, 365.
-, Thomas, clerk of Sir John Borough, 287.

Legey, Mr., 206.

Legge:
-, Heneage, 496.
-, Colonel William, gentleman of the Bedchamber, letter to, 496.

Legh, Mr., 474.

Leicester, 478, 480.
-, county, 479, 508.
-, Robert Dudley, Earl of, 332, 471.

Leicester's Commonwealth, 332.

Leigh:
-, George, yeoman usher, 259.
-, Sir Peter, 254.

Leighton:
-, Edward, 247.
-, Sir John, 249.
-, William, a justice of North Wales, 247, 249.

Leile, L. Com., 393.

Lemmon, Lord, 367.

Lenac, —, 31.

Lenn, Nicholas de, 422.

Lennard:
-, Sir Henry, 365.
-, John, 376.
-, Samuel, 365, 376.

Lennox:
-, Duke of, 438.
-,-, letter of, 158.
-,-, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 213.

Lenot, Sir John, rector of Great Ryburgh, 427.

Lent, observance of, 31, 40, 93, 102, 144, 236, 243, 337.

Lenthall:
-, John, 392.
-, —, his chaplain, 394.

Leofric, Earl of Mercia, 472.

Leominster:
-, co. Hereford, 290, 291, 294, 295, 300, 342, 398.
-, letter from burgesses of, 323.
-, letter dated at, 392.

Lese, Thomas, churchwarden of St. Clement's, Hastings, grant by, 355.

Letheringsett, co. Norfolk, Grimbaldus, founder of church of, 421.

Letters of Marque, 183, 226.

Letters Patent, 46, 411, 415, 416, 418, 505.

Letton, co. Hereford, 342.

Leucres, Peter, 69.

Levellers, the, 401.

Leven, Lord, letter of, 375.

Levett:
-, Richard, 354, 355.
-, William, 354.

Lewcas, William, 308.

Lewes:
-, co. Sussex, 53, 142, 213, 214.
-, Bull Inn, 204.
-, constables of, 126.
-, customers and officers of, letter to, 178.
-, letters dated at, 142, 213, 216.

Lewes:
-, David, letter of, 12.
-, Dr., commissioner for goods of Spanish subjects stayed, letter to, 15.
-, Sir Edward, 383.
-, Mr., 123.

Lewis:
-, Sir Edward, 254.
-, Colonel James, 392.

Lewkenor:
-, Sir Richard, chief justice of Chester, 249–252, 259.
-,-, death of, 257.

Lewson, William, prebendary and treasurer of Hereford, 324.

Ley, James, letters of, 173, 262.

Leycestre, Sir Peter de, 295.

Leynham, Thomas, 298.

Lichfield:
-, co. Stafford, 317, 472.
-, Lord, 479.

Lidd. See Lydd.

Lie, co. Essex, 14.

Life:
-, Martin, jurat of Hastings, 356, 359.
-, Richard, baron to Parliament and mayor of Hastings, 356–358, 360.
-,-,
-,-, bailiff to Yarmouth, 358.

Lighe, co. Worcester, 249.

Lilburne:
-, John, letter of, 389.
-, Lieutenant-Colonel, 395, 400.

Limerick, Ireland, letter dated at, 375.

Lincoln, 484, 485.
-, document dated at, 285.
-, mayor of, 387.
-, minster, 484.
-, remains of ancient city of Lindum at, 485.
-, county, knights of the shire for, 387.
-, bishop of, 470. See also Williams.
-, Edward, Earl of, Lord High Admiral, 48, 49.

Lincoln's Inn, 146, 414.
-, letter dated at, 307.

Lingen:
-, Edward, 271.
-, Sir John and his wife, 306.

Lingwood, Captain, 232.

Linstead, co. Suffolk, 444.

Lisbon, 62.

L'Isle Belle in France, 490.

Lisnegarvy in Ireland, English in, 387.

Lissausure, Ireland, letter dated at, 498.

Littlecote Woods, 384.

Littleton:
-, Edward, 259, 261, 270.
-, Sir Edward, 264, 268–270.
-,-, letter of, 264.
-, Mr., 277.
-, Thomas, serjeant-at-law, 251.

Litton, Over, 290.

Liverpool, garrison of, 387.

Llandaff, bishop of, 249. See also Blethin.

Llandinaboe, co. Hereford, 342.

Llangaren, 304.

Llangarvan, 290.

Llansillo, co. Hereford, 342.

Llanthony priory, 296, 298.

Lloid, John, 300.

Lloyd:
-, Hugh, sheriff of Radnor, 386.
-, Marmaduke, King's Attorney in the Marches, 254, 261, 268–278.
-, Sir Marmaduke, 264.

Lock, Matthew, 343.

Loder, Lowder:
-, John, 381, 393.
-, Richard, 381.
-,-, and Alice his wife, 380.
-, Robert, 384.

Loftus:
-, Adam, Viscount, 397.
-, Anne, daughter of Sir Robert, petition of, 397.

Loges, Roger de, 379.

Lomb, Sir Thomas, 478.

Lombres, Lord of, 42.

London, 16–19, 33, 38, 41, 43, 69, 70, 71, 76, 87, 88, 95, 97, 104, 108, 114, 118, 121, 126, 128, 131, 132, 137, 141, 142, 143, 145, 151–154, 156, 159, 160, 168, 177, 178, 181, 187, 189, 203, 205, 208, 213, 214, 220, 222, 224, 225, 228, 229, 235, 236, 239, 240, 243, 251, 252, 263, 279, 292–296, 338, 340, 346, 348, 358, 360, 361, 380, 383, 385, 387, 392, 395, 404, 407, 423, 427, 428, 429, 447, 468, 485, 502, 504.
-, alderman of. See Midleton.
-, bequests to parishes in, 342.
-, bishop of. See Aylmer; Braybrok; King.
-, bridge, 69.
-, chamberlain of. See Eaton.
-, common council, 400.
-, customs in, commissioners of, 469.
-,-, farmers of, 204.
-, fishmongers' company, 40, 62, 65, 102, 125, 130, 205, 207.
-, letters dated at, 7, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 38, 57, 62, 71, 89, 93 (2), 94, 95, 103, 104, 115, 118, 127, 128, 144, 157, 158 (2), 160, 162 (2), 171, 173, 183, 194, 203 (2), 205, 207, 209, 224, 239, 242, 306, 323, 327, 348, 362, 387, 424.
-, lord mayor of, 160, 192, 208, 385. See also Broomfeilde;
-, Gore.
-,-, aldermen and citizens of, 231, 273.
-,-, and sheriffs, 385.
-, mercers' company, 410.
-, petition for a new theatre in, 503.
-, plague in, 82, 106, 109, 129, 130, 346.
-, port of, 169, 180.
-, recorder, 207. See also Fleetwood.
-, sheriffs, 192, 396. See also Branch.
-, soldiers mustered in, for service beyond seas, 19, 52.
-, traders in salt of, 205, 207.
-, trained bands of, 192, 385.
-, tumults in, 192, 386.

London, places in:
-, Aldersgate Street, letters dated at, 388.
-, Billingsgate, 385.
-, Blackfriars, letters dated at, 64, 90, 105, 108, 116, 118, 120 (2), 125, 126, 127.
-, Blackwell Hall, 160.
-, Bread Street, Mermaid in, 206.
-, Bridewell, 208.
-, Broad Street, 467.
-, Chancery Lane, 203.
-, Cornhill, 366.
-, Counter in Wood Street, 381.
-,-, letter dated at, 95.
-, Fetter Lane, letter dated at, 212.
-, Fleet Street, 192.
-,-, letters dated at, 255(2), 256, 262.
-, Foster Lane, 139.
-, Goldsmith's Hall, 139.
-, Guildhall, 14, 501.
-, Mint, the, 240.
-, New Fish Street, Star in, 143.
-, Newgate, 208, 367.
-,-, petition of debtors in, 396, 397.
-, Old Fish Street, letter dated at, 173.
-, Paternoster Row, 385.
-, Royal Exchange, 239, 367, 385.
-,-, Sun Tavern behind, letter dated at, 366.
-, St. Andrew's in the Wardrobe, petition of ministers, churchwardens, and others of, 394.
-, St. Clare Abbey without Aldgate, 424.
-, St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 203.
-, St. John's, Smithfield, 346.
-, St. Paul's Cathedral, 160, 359, 383.
-,-, repair of, 196.
-, St. Paul's Churchyard, 386.
-, Speck Alley, Jerusalem Coffee House in, 366.
-, Thames Street, 410.
-, Tower, 92, 183, 202, 244, 366.
-,-, escape of prisoner from, 191.
-,-, gunpowder for, 55.
-,-, letter dated at, 389.
-,-, lieutenant of, 243. warrant to, 389.
-,-, records in, 127, 287.
-, Tower Hill, 52.
-, Tower Street, 386.
-, Trinity House, 171, 206, 207.
-,-, masters of the, letter to, 172.
-, Whitefriars, 407.

Londonderry in Ireland, 508.

Long, John, jurat of Hastings, 355.

Longedevill, Duke, 107.

Longhope, Geoffrey vicar of, 303.

Longo Campo, W. de, bishop of Ely, the chancellor, 284.

Long Robe, gentleman of the, 500.

Longtown, co. Hereford, 342.

Longwall:
-, Richard, 281.
-, Thomas, 281.

Longworth:
-, co. Berks, 383, 384, 391.
-, warrener of, 381.

Lopdell, Nicholas, retainer of James Lasher, 361.

Lord Chamberlain, the, 129, 239. See also Cobham;
-, Dartmouth.
-, his authority over theatres, 504, 505.
-, excessive expenditure in office of, 503.

Lord Chancellor. See Bacon;
-, Bromley;
-, larendon;
-, Egerton;
-, Harcourt.

Lord Chief Justice, 41.

Lord General. See Cromwell;
-, Northumberland.

Lord Keeper, 470. See also Bacon;
-, Coventry;
-, Dorset;
-, Egerton;
-, Harcourt;
-, Williams.

Lord Lieutenants, maintenance of authority of, 453.

Lord Privy Seal, 142.

Lord Protector. See Cromwell.

Lord Steward, 127, 128, 129, 177, 450, 495, 496, 503.
-, letter of, 359.

Lord Treasurer, 451. See also Cecil.
-, letter to, 468.

Lord's Day Observance Act, 220, 229.

Lorraine, 63.

Loryman, Harry, and Elizabeth his wife, 326.

Louder, Mr., 399.

Loughborough, 480.

Louis XIII., King of France, 492.

Louis XIV., King of France, 366, 367. 494.
-, his birthplace, 492.

Louis XV., King of France, 492.

Louth, William de, 295.

Lovain, Lord of, 42.

Lovard, Lovatt, Robert, chaplain of St. Giles's, Hereford, 329.

Love, Mr., 65.

Loveday, Sir Roger, 294.

Lovelace:
-, B., letter of, 54.
-, Earl of, 388.
-, John, Lord, 396.
-,-, letter of, 391.
-, Mr., 404.
-, William, sergeant-at-law, 41, 43, 45.
-,-, letters of, 25, 38.

Lovett, Thomas, 135.

Low Countries, 39, 42, 113, 115, 124, 150, 151, 161, 302, 361, 395, 435, 470.
-, soldiers of, to instruct the trained bands, 176, 445, 449.
-, soldiers serving in return without leave, 182.
-, transport of soldiers into, 172, 183.

Lubiais, Gilles, 47.

Lucas:
-, John, mayor of Dover, 59.
-, Martin, a Dutchman, 188.

Lucerne, 226.

Lucey:
-, Mary, 222.
-, Sir Thomas, 248, 249.

Luck, John, 358.

Ludford, 280.

Ludgater, Robert, 68.

Ludlow:
-, co. Salop, 247–250, 252, 255, 257, 268, 273, 274, 281, 310.
-, bailiffs and burgesses of, suit against, 280, 281.
-, fair, 328.
-, keeper of armour and artillery of, 266.
-, King's house at, 256.
-, letters dated at, 248–250, 252, 254–256, 258–262, 268, 269, 271–274, 276–279, 320, 328, 329, 335.
-, mills of, 280.
-, petition from, 279.
-, St. Giles's Almshouse, 281.
-, Castle, 247, 260, 268, 280.
-,-, council table at, 274.
-,-, keeper of, 280.
-,-, letters dated at, 251, 255, 257, 261, 262, 265, 270, 275, 314, 319, 327, 331, 332, 335, 336.

Ludlowe, Colonel Edmund, 236.

Lugg river, petition for removal of weirs in, 343.

Lugwardine, co. Hereford, 293, 342.

Lugwardyn, Walter de, 296.

Lukas:
-, Hugh, vicar of Felton, 300.
-, William, 155.

Luke, Colonel Samuel, letter of, 386.

Lulworth, letter dated at, 190.

Lumbynion, Captain, 60.

Lumley:
-, Lord, 127.
-, Mr. See Lampley.

Lunell, Lewes, 51.

Lunoy, Lord of, 42.

Luston, William, 333.

Luther, Robert, 275.

Lutlebure, Sir Robert de, 295.

Lycham [Litcham, co. Norfolk], 426.

Lydd, Lidd:
-, co. Kent, 22, 56, 60, 76, 87, 157, 190, 191.
-, bailiff and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters of, 151, 191.
-,-, letters to, 59, 139, 148, 150, 152, 197, 203.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, letter dated at, 191.
-, mariners misled by steeple of, 166, 168.

Lydderland, Thomas, 354.

Lyein, Maistre Jehan, seigneur de Beaulieu, minister of the Gospel, 88.

Lyffe, Lyfe, Richard, letters of, 118, 123. See also Life.

Lyford:
-, Anne, letter of, 392.
-, Ben, letter of, 392.

Lymberne, Richard le, chaplain of St. Nicholas's, Hereford, will of, 296.

Lymbernere, Alice la, 296.

Lyme:
-, the Cobb of, 357.
-, co. Chester, 474.

Lyncolne, John, 427.

Lyneson, Clause, 16.

Lyng, John de, 425, 426.

Lynge, Nicholas, 65.

Lynn:
-, King's, co. Norfolk, 410, 416.
-, maltsters of, 414.
-, South, 410.

Lynne, James, 429.

Lynton:
-, co. Hereford, 342.
-, co. Cambs., 428.

Lysborne. See Lisbon

M

Macartney, Lord, letter of, 498.

Macclesfield forest, co. Chester, 263.

MacGregor, Lieutenant Colonel, 498.

Machon, William, safe conduct for, 33.

Macpherson, Sir John, letters of, 498, 503.

Macquery, Marquerye, Francis, 1, 22, 29, 32, 60 (2), 61, 62.
-, his children, 91, 110.
-, his mother and mother-in-law, 1.
-, his wife, 22.
-, William, his son, 124, 130.

Maddeleye, Roger de, 296.

Maddock, Sibill, wife of Matthew, 339.

Madeley, co. Hereford, 262, 342.

Madocks, John, sheriff of Brecon, 274.

Madoxe, Peers, messenger of council in the Marches, 248.

Madras. See Fort George.
-, advocate general at, 498.

Madrid, court of, 372.

Maese. See Meuse.

Maidencott, letter dated at, 384.

Maidstone, co. Kent, 49, 149.
-, letter dated at, 88.
-, mayor, jurats, and commonalty of, 51.
-,-, letter of, 49.
-, town clerk. See Fyssher.

Maignen, Michael, 37.

Mailleray, M. de la, vice-admiral of Kilbeff, 43.

Mainwaringe, Colonel, 281.

Maio, Antonio, 31.

Major, Robert, 340.

Makkene, William, de, 380.

Malcolm, Captain, envoy to Persia, letter of, 506.

Malherbe, —, 44.

Malle, Jaques, of Rye, 38.

Mallowes, W., letter of, 347.

Malvern Chase, co. Worcester, 263.

Man, Bishop of. See Philips.

Maner, Henry, priest, 413.

Manfeilde otherwise Peers, Robert, churchwarden of Great Ryburgh, 430.

Manger, John, master of a ship of Dieppe, 218.

Manorbeer, co. Pembroke, 275.

Mansarte, Lord of, 42.

Mansel, Samuel, 342.

Mansell:
-, —, a Jew, 284.
-, Hugh, 379.

Mansfeild, Sir Robert, admiral in the Narrow Seas, 125.

Mansfield, co. Notts, 484.

Mansfield:
-, Count, 183, 361, 441, 470.
-, Lord, 371.

Mante in France, 490.

Mantell, George, 328.

Manwood:
-, Sir John, 212.
-,-, letters of, 203, 209, 212.
-, Roger, serjeant-at-law, counsel of the Cinque Ports, 2, 3, 8, 26, 27, 41, 71, 109, 118.
-,-, his house at St. Stephen's near Canterbury, letter dated at, 29.
-,-, letters of, 7, 25, 33.
-,-, letter to, 29.
-, Roger, letter signed by, 337.

Marble, Thomas, 324.

Marcet, Richard, chaplain, 302.

March, Earl of, 426. See also Mortimer.

Marcle, part of Queen Elizabeth's jointure, 307.

Marden:
-, co. Hereford, 342.
-, chantry of Holy Trinity, 327.

Marden:
-, Clement, his child, 1.
-, Ursula, 1.

Mardike, canal at, 367.

Mare, Charles de la, 148.

Margate:
-, co. Kent, 22, 157, 200.
-, commissioners for the passage at, 134.

Marie de Medicis, Queen of France, 494.

Marine causes, officers of, 94.

Marishurth, John, 275.

Market Harborough, co. Leicester, 478.

Market Harling, co. Norfolk, 415.

Markham:
-, Sir Griffin, 129.
-, William, bishop of Chester, 374.

Marlborough:
-, John Churchill, Earl of, letter of, 178.
-,-, Duke of, Captain General, 365.

Marley, Sir John, mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 507.

Marnhull [co. Dorset], 146.

Marnix, Philip de, Lord of St. Aldegonde, 42.

Marque, Count de la, 18, 14.

Marshall:
-, Captain, 234.
-, Mr., 233.
-, Robert, 363.
-, Thomas, mayor of Rye, letter of, 231.
-, Thomas, letter to, 225.

Marshalsea, the, 105.

Marsh, —, 383.

Marshe:
-, Richard, letters of, 156, 174.
-, Walter, 322.

Marstowe, co. Hereford, 342.

Marten:
-, Dr., 84.
-, Richard, rector of Iden, 204.

Martin:
-, Baldwin, of Rye, 27, 30.
-,-, Anne his wife, 27.
-, George, 98.
-, Thomas, 172, 179.
-, Marten, George, 398.
-,-, his wife, 399.
-, Sir Henry, judge of the Prerogative Court, 382, 384, 385, 389, 399.
-,-, letter to, 383.
-,-, petition to, 384.
-, Colonel Henry, his son, 381, 384, 387, 390, 391, 394, 396, 397, 402.
-,-, letters of, 388, 398, 399.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 386–396, 398, 399, 402.
-,-, outlawry of, 392, 396.
-,-, political pamphlets by, 400, 401.
-,-, taxes levied on his tenants at Hinton for armies of King and Parliament, 386.
-,-, Elizabeth his wife, 399.
-,-, Henry his son, 398.
-,-, his sisters and daughters, 398.
-, William, 399.

Martyn:
-, Captain, 70.
-, James, letter, of, 116.

Martyns, co. Suffolk, 409.

Marvyn, Henry, letter to, 29.

Mary:
-, Princess, 310, 406.
-,-, Queen, 241, 281, 318, 319, 321.
-, Queen of Scots, 475.
-, a servant, 381.
-, Anthony, 77.
-,-, depositions of, 97.

Maryland, 394.

Mason:
-, Captain Charles de la, 51, 60.
-, Richard, chaplain of St. Giles, Hereford, 329.

Massyngton, letter dated at, 323.

Master Gunner of England, the, 183.

Masters, Richard, letter of, 240.

Masterson, Captain, 106.

Mathew:
-, Christopher, depositions of, 105.
-, Henry, bailiff of Reigate, 105.
-, Richard, will of, 304.
-,-, Cecily, wife, Thomas and Henry, sons, and Agnes, daughter, of, 304.

Mathewe, —, 63.

Mathewes, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, grant of tolls to, 349.

Matilda, Fraric son of, 379.

Matlock:
-, co. Derby, 476, 477, 478, 481, 482.
-, Love Walk in, 477.

Matrevers, Lord, Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk and Norwich, 453.

Matue, John, his household, 6.

Maudeleyne, John de la, chaplain, 296.

Mauduyt:
-, Sir Richard, 379.
-,-, his daughter, 379.

Mauncell, Sir Thomas, 249.

Maunsell, Anthony, 248.

Maunsel Lacy, co. Hereford, 342.

Maupertuis, a wit at court of Frederick the Great, 368.

Maurdyn, 299.

Maurice, Prince, his regiment, 386.

Mauritius:
-, island of, 506.
-, meeting in, between Governor General and French Governor General, 497.

Maxstock, co. Warwick, castle and monastery of, 372.

Maxwell:
-, John, and John his son, 151.
-,-, Thomas, his brother, 151, 155.

Mayew:
-, Richard, 89.
-,-, Daniel and Michael, sons of, 88.

Maylard, William, mayor of Hereford, proclamation of, 335.

Mayley, Francis, justice of the Marches, petition of, 280.

Mayor, Mr., 128.

Meath, Edward Brabazon, Earl of, and Mary his wife, 402.

Meautis, Mr., clerk of the Council and Muster Master General, 457.

Meauton, Reginald de, 421.

Mechingham, letter to customers and officers of, 178.

Mechyng, Richard, 354.

Medcalfe, Thomas, 122.

Medcaulfe, Robert, attorney of court in the Marches, 254.

Mediterranean, Admirals in the, 495.

Meicher, Francis, of Rye, 59.

Meirik, Henry, steward of household in the Marches, 247.

Melcomb Regis, co. Dorset, 207.

Meldrum, Sir John, patentee of lighthouses on North and South Forelands, 202.

Meletune, Reginald de, 379.

Melles:
-, co. Suffolk, 430.
-, green, 436.

Mellow, Thomas, 156.

Melton Constable, co. Norfolk, 407, 408, 410, 414, 416, 423, 427, 429, 432.

Melvill House, letter dated at, 375.

Melville, Lord, 505.

Mendus, William, 305.

Mener, —, jurat of Rye, 52.

Mercer:
-, John and his servant, 6.
-, John, of Rye, 67, 71, 74.
-, Mr., 33.

Merchant Adventurers, the, 160.

Mercher, Francis, 22.

Mercier, Francis le, 62 (2).

Mere, Richard, 35.

Mere, William de la, bailiff of Hereford, 291.

Meredith:
-, John, mayor of Hereford, letter of and to, 312.
-, alias Boweer, Richard, 306.

Meredythe, Thomas, 324.

Merefeild, George, 203.

Merioneth county, 261, 264, 280.

Merode, Bernard de, Lord of Rumes, 42.

Merredeth, Richard, clerk of the king's accatory, 130.

Merrett, Richard, 35.

Merrick, Jane, petition of, 346.

Merriekes, Richard, 345.

Merton, statute of, 417.

Mesar, Francis, 7.

Mesenguet:
-, John, 34.
-,-, depositions of, 41.

Meservy, Captain, 387.

Messenus, Frances, letter of, 391.

Messinger, Massinger, Arthur, examiner in council of the Marches, 249, 251.

Metheglin, 300, 325.

Metingham, Sir John, 295.

Meulan in France, 490, 491.

Meuric ap Jevan, 304.

Meus, J. de, 292.

Meuse, river, 16.

Mey:
-, John, mayor of Hereford, 299.
-, Thomas, mayor of Hereford, 301.

Meye, Mr., 326.

Meyersbach, —, a German doctor, 371.

Meynours, Reynold, M.P. for Hereford, letter of, 307.

Mewes, John, 58.

Michaell, Gregory, 135.

Michell, Margerie, 179.

Miching, co. Sussex, 76.

Middleborough in Holland, 151.

Middlesex county, 30, 156, 389, 447.
-, sheriff of, 385, 396.
-, Earl of. See Cranfield.

Middle Temple, 275.

Middleton:
-, Hugh, farmer of King's mines in Cardiganshire, 268.
-, Lord, his seat, 483.
-, Marmaduke, bishop of St. Davids, 247.

Midleton, Sir Thomas, alderman of London, 250.

Miffant, James, and his wife, 62.

Mihill, Michell, George and John, 60.

Milan in Italy, 495.

Milbourne:
-, Richard, bishop of St. David's, letter of, 262.
-,-, letters to, 262, 263.

Milcott, Mr., 389.

Mildmay:
-, Sir Charles, 365, 366.
-, Cottrell, 365.

Milham, Thomas de, 423.

Militia, the, 464, 466.
-, Act for settling, 216, 217, 464, 469.
-, committee for, 396.

Miller:
-, Mr., agent for the town of Rye, 224.
-, Sanderson, letter of, 372.

Milleward, Roger, 310.

Mills, Mr., 71.

Millward, Philip, 340.

Milne, Henry atte, Margery, wife, and Henry, William, and Alice, children of, 423.

Milner, Mr., superintendent of sick cattle, 367.

Milton, co. Kent, 22.

Milton, the poet, 492.

Milward:
-, Robert, justice of Great Sessions in North Wales, 280.
-, Sir Thomas, water bailiff of Rye, 146, 235.

Ministers, 225, 232, 316.
-, trustees for maintenance of, order of, 216.

Mintridge, letter dated at, 343.

Mire, Maîitre Richart, 47.

Mirker, Robert, 422.

Mitchel, James, 358.

Moate, letter dated at, 134.

Moccas, co. Hereford, 342.

Mocktree:
-, forest and chase, 255, 256, 263.
-, warren in, 256.

Molde, Thomas, and Isabella his wife, 292.

Mollineux, Sir Richard, bart., 254.

Mompessonne, Sir Giles, knt., 159.

Monasteries, dissolution of the, 280.

Monet, Richard de, 285.

Mongomery. See Montgomery.

Monins, Stephen, deputy of Sir John Hippisley, letters of, 190, 194.

Moniword, Monyword:
-, Reginald, bailiff of Hereford, 292, 293, 294, 295, 298.
-, Richard, bailiff of Hereford, 296.
-, Sibilla, daughter of John, 293.

Monmouth, 254, 340.
-, documents dated at, 284.
-, county, 247, 261, 264, 277.
-, deputy-sheriff, 274.
-, sheriff, 270, 340.
-, Duke of, 350, 351, 508.

Monpinzun family, the, 410. See also Munpinchon.

Monro, Colonel, 387.

Monstiervillier, Viconte de, 89.

Montagu:
-, Duke of, governor of Prince of Wales, 373.
-, Wortley, 374.
-,-, Edward, his son, and Mary, his daughter, 374.
-,-, Fortunatus, his son by an Arabian woman, 374.

Montague:
-, General, commander-in-chief in the Downs, letter to, 229.
-, Captain, 366.
-, Lord, 84.
-,-, his park at Battle, 30.

Monte Forti:
-, Peter de, 284.
-, Simon de, 284.

Montford:
-, Sir H. de, 292.
-,-, Salamon, his companion, 292.

Montgomery:
-, county, 36, 251, 264, 277.
-, gaol of, 262.
-, justice of, 255.
-, sheriff of, 261, 262, 268, 271.

Montigny, Monsieur, governor of Dieppe, letters to, 201, 244.

Montparsons, Sir Giles, 261.

Montpellier, 472.

Mont Reuel, Sir William de, 295.

Montrose, Marquis of, his chaplain, 507.

Moore:
-, Captain, 372.
-, Monsieur, 392.
-, Mr., secretary to the Earl of Suffolk, 455.
-, Richard, justice of the peace for Salop, 281.
-, Samuel, baron to Parliament for Hastings, 361.

Moorfields, letter dated at, 391.

Mordan, Morreau:
-, Anthony, letter to, 58.
-, report of, 53.

Mordiford, co. Hereford, 304, 542.

More:
-, Mr., 123.
-,-, letter of, 236.
-, Roger, 428.
-, Colonel Samuel, 247.

Moreton:
-, co. Salop, 248, 249.

Moreton-upon-Lugg, co. Hereford, 342.

Moreton, William, 429.

Morice, Secretary, letter to, 466.

Morgan:
-, Anne, 383.
-, Dr., parson of Cottesbrooke, 454.
-, Edward, 272.
-, Mr., 377.
-, Mr., steward of household of council in the Marches, 249.
-, Philip, 306.
-, William, 339.

Morlaix in Brittany, 1.

Morlee:
-, Sir Thomas de, marshal of Ireland, 424.
-, Dame Sibil de, nun of Barking Abbey, 424.

Morley:
-, Colonel Herbert, member of Committee for Sussex, 213, 216, 393.
-,-, baron to Parliament for Rye, 222, 223, 239.
-,-, knight of the shire for Sussex, 223, 224.
-,-, letters of, 223 (2), 224, 228, 232, 235, 236, 238, 240, 242.
-,-, letters to, 215 (2), 217, 222, 233, 241.

Morley and Mounteagle:
-, Thomas, Lord, 397.
-,-, letter to, 391.

Morlye, James, and his servant, 7.

Mornington, Lord, 306.

Morocco, 383.
-, King of, 382.
-,-, his ambassador, 496.

Morphet, Thomas, lessee of chancel of Rye Church, 226.

Morris:
-, Hugh, 335.
-, Roger, 43.

Morse, William, warden of Bakers' Company, Hereford, 348.

Mortimer:
-, Sir Edmund de, 292.
-, Sir Roger, 293.
-, Roger, Earl of March and Dulvestier, writs to stewards of, 303.
-, William de, 294.
-, Sir William de, 296.

Morton, Lady, 323.

Mortone:
-, Manser de, 380.
-, Milo de, grant by, 380.

Moses, David, 275.

Mosley, James, 301.

Mosse, Henry, 385.

Mostyn:
-, Sir Roger, 254, 270.
-, Sir Thomas, 249.

"Mother Margery," a suspected witch, 5.

Mountacue, Viscount, his household, 279.

Mountague, Richard, bishop of Chichester, letter to, 201.

Mount Calvare, 493.

Mount Martyr, 493.

Mountpensier, Duke de, 106.

Moutton, Hugh de, 297.

Mowbray, Francis, 405, 419.

Mower, John, chamberlain of Hereford, 301.

Moyne, Reg. le. 379.

Much Dewchurch, co. Hereford, 341, 342.

Muletone:
-, Walter de, 380.
-, William de, grant to, 380.

Mullenex, Robert, 149.

Muller, Andrew, 54.

Munpinchun, Monte Pincun, Monpinson, &c.:
-, Cristiana, wife of Giles de, 422.
-, Edmund de, 422.
-, Fulk de, 422.
-, Sir Giles, 422.
-, Giles, son of John de, 422.
-, Ralph de, 422.
-, Ralph, son of Fulk de, 422.
-, William, son of Giles de, 422.

Munster King of Arms, 384.

Murton hundred, co. Berks., assessment of, 384.

Mussett, Simon, 431.

Mussey, John, Queen's messenger, 107.

Musters, commissioners of, 57.

Mutford cum Lothingford, co. Suffolk, 433.

Mutton, Peter, King's attorney in the Marches, 253, 254.

Myldemay, Mildmaye, Sir Walter, 333, 337.

Mylle:
-, Hugh, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.
-, John, 427.
-, William, chaplain, 304.

Mylles, John, 45, 60.

Mylls, Elizabeth, 98.

Myngaye, Mr., 413.

Mynge:
-, Daniel, baron of Rye, 60.
-,-, bonds of, 36.
-,-, his wife, 36.
-, Henry, jurat of Rye, 3.

Mynne, Colonel, governor of Hereford, 347, 349.

Mytton, Adam, letter of, 320.

N

Nanton, R., letter of, 449.

Nantueil in France, 493.

Nantwich, co. Chester, great fire at, 331.

Narrow Seas:
-, the, 13, 14, 71, 85, 88, 454.
-, fleet in, 88, 125, 449.
-,-, admiral of. See Palmer;
-,-, Mansfeilde.
-, plan of, 144.

Narrynge, Little, 410.

Naseby, battle of, 346, 348, 479, 508.

Nash, T. B., letters of, 504, 505.

Navy, the Royal, 94, 98, 111, 113, 114, 115, 125, 126, 176, 177, 183, 185, 190, 194, 197, 214, 215, 354, 366, 436, 437, 442, 453, 468, 470.
-, and Admiralty, petition to Commissioners of, 233.
-, controller of. See Holstocke.
-, sailors pressed for, 185, 188, 189.
-, ships for, 94.
-, treasurer of, rear-admiral of the Fleet, 119.
-,-, 389.
-, of the Parliament, 214, 215, 226, 228.
-,-, Lord High Admiral of See Warwick.
-,-, seamen for, 227.

Neales, James, 135.

Necker, Monsieur, 374.

Needham:
-, Sir Robert, 251.
-,-, vice-president of council in the Marches, 254.
-,-, Viscount Killmorey, 273, 274.

Nepshame, William, jurat of Hastings, 355.

Neudigate, George, 507.

Neufville, Lord of, 42.

Nevis, West Indies, 387.

Newark, co. Notts, 400, 484, 485.
-, Carter Gate and Baldertungate in, 380.

Neway, John, 181.

Newbridge, 386.

Newburgh, Lord. See Barrett.

Newbury, battle of, 348.

New Caledonia, 373.

Newcastle, 110, 153.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 211, 400, 459, 460, 461, 507.
-, mayor of, 507.
-, St. Nicholas, 507.
-, Westgate, 507.

New draperies, petition of makers of, 440.

Newenden, co. Kent, 43, 147, 151, 156, 196.

Newenham, letter dated at, 318.

Newent, Thomas, sub-prior of St. Guthlac's, Hereford, 301.

Newentone:
-, Elias de, 380.
-, Thomas de, bond of, 380.

Newfoundland fish, vessels laden with, stayed, 172.

Newhaven, 36, 104.
-, letter to customers and officers of, 178.

Newhaven, in France, 51, 119.
-, Spanish treasure ship at, 119.

Newington, Thomas, parson of, 298.

New Inn, co. Middlesex, 274.

Newman:
-, Doctor, letter to, 125.
-, G., 383.
-, George, letters, &c. of, 124, 143, 144.
-, Robert, 383.
-, Robert, rector of Great Ryburgh, 428.
-, William, 402.

Newmarket, 450.
-, letters dated at, 172, 469.
-, court at, letters dated at, 434.
-,-, purveyance for, 437, 441.

Newport:
-, Holland, 53.
-, Isle of Wight, 51.

Newport, Earl of, Master of the Ordnauce, 202.

Newport:
-, Edward, 174, 177.
-,-, letter of, 173
-, Francis, 249.
-, Sir Richard, 270.

Newtervill, Thomas, 386.

Newton, 290, 293, 342.

Newton:
-, Sir Adam, bart., secretary and clerk of council in the Marches, 274, 275.
-,-, his deputy, 274.
-, P., 309.

New York, 501.

New Zealand, 373.

Nicholas:
-, John and Alice his wife, 98.
-, John, Nicholas, and Tabetta, children of, 98.
-, Richardine and Gyllyan, sisters of, 98.

Nicholl, Thomas, bailiff of the Bourne at Hastings, 835.

Nicholson, Michael, 339.

Nicolls, Hugh, 340.

Nivelt, William of, 42.

Nixon:
-, John, rector of Cold Higham, letters of, 415, 471–494.
-, Joseph, letter of, 389.
-,-, letter to, 384.

Noade [?], Thomas, 275.

Noarwage. See Norway.

Noddell, Daniel, 395.

Nokes, Sir John, 299.

Nommant, Charles de, Seignenr de Sancourt, 88.

Nonsuch, letter dated at, 116.

Norbury, Justice, 395.

Nordiham, 75, 76.

Norfolk county, 48, 49, 68, 405, 406, 411, 446, 463, 472.
-, commissioners of musters in, 408.
-, court books relating to places in, 420, 421.
-, court rolls, bailiffs' accounts, surveys. &c., of places in, 411, 412, 420, 421.

Norfolk, Duke of, commissioners for estate of the attainted, 408.

Norgate, Edward, clerk of the signet, 453.

Normandy, 27, 51, 62, 101, 103, 115, 124, 485, 486, 507.
-, Upper, 487.

Normandy, Robert, Duke of, 421.

Norris:
-, Sir John, 103, 105, 440.
-, Mr., a solicitor, 123.

Norry, Peter, depositions of, 131.

Norryce, Sir John. See Norris.

North:
-, Lord, 499–502.
-,-, letters of, 375, 502.

North, Northe:
-, Captain, 452.
-, Sir Henry, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 465.
-,-, his regiment, 467, 469.
-, Sir Roger, deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 441, 449, 457, 461.

Northampton county, 462.

Northampton:
-, Henry, Lord Howard of Marnhull, Earl of, K.G., Keeper of the Privy Seal, Lord Warden, Constable of Dover Castle, and Keeper of the Chancery and Admiralty of the Cinque Ports, 141, 143, 144, 146.
-,-, letters of, 130, 132, 134, 139, 141, 144, 146, 147, 148 (2).
-,-, letters to, 133, 140, 141, 144, 145 (3), 147, 149.
-,-, his secretary. See Griffithe.
-, Lord William Compton, Earl of, Lord President of the Marches, 250, 256, 258, 260, 261, 263, 264, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 275, 276.
-,-, death of, 276, 278.
-,-, letters of, 256, 258, 260, 261, 268, 271, 273.
-,-, letters to, 261, 264, 270, 271.

Northampton House, letters dated at, 139, 144, 147, 148.

North East Ports, the, 206.

Northern Parts:
-, royal army for the, 451, 455, 456, 458.
-,-, disbanding of, 457.

Northgate, Bartholomew du, 379.

Northiam:
-, co. Sussex, 45, 57, 133, 151, 156.
-, letters dated at, 156.

Northumberland:
-, Algernon Percy, Earl of, Lord Admiral, Lord General of the King's army, 210, 458, 461.
-,-, letter of, 209.
-,-, his house in Queen Street, letter dated at, 457.

Norton:
-, Anthony, 223.
-, Benham, King's printer, 273.
-, Lady B., 367.
-, Mr., 444.
-, Mr., churchwarden of Rye, 201.

Norway, 30.

Norwich:
-, city, 104.
-, aldermen of, 453.
-, archdeacon of, return by his official, 427.
-,-, commission by, 428.
-, chancellor of, letter of, 438.
-, common hall of, 429.
-, consistory court at, principal official of, 428.
-,-, seal of, 416.
-, documents dated at, 429, 438.
-, lord lieutenant of, 453.
-, Trinity Church, charter to, 416.
-, See of, 406, 407.
-, John, bishop of, 430.
-, Richard, bishop of, 428.
-, Walter, bishop of, 421.
-, Walter, bishop of, 412.
-, William, bishop of, 427.

Norwich, William de, 425, 426.

Norwode, Northwode, Sir Roger de, 293.

Nottingham, castle and town of, 483, 484.

Nottingham:
-, Earl of, his house, at Halinge, 116.
-,-, letter of, 116.
-,-, letter to, 178.

Nowel, Henry, 299.

Nowell:
-, John, 177.
-, Robert, 289.

Noye, William, Attorney General, 413.

Noyelles, Lord of, 42.

Nugent, Mrs., 372.

Nutkyn, John, churchwarden of All Saints, Hastings, 355.

O

Oake:
-, Richard, 142.
-,-, his ship taken by a Spanish man-of-war, 232.

Oakley Park, co. Salop, 263.

Oaste, the King's, 130.

Oatlands:
-, co. Surrey, 128.
-, the Court at, 129.
-,-, documents dated at, 205, 278, 454, 460.

Ochinus, Bern, his tract on polygamy, 394.

Ock hundred, co. Berks, assessment of, 384.

Ocr, 57, 358.

O'Halloran, Gilbert or Silvester, letter of, 375.

Oinatt, Thomas, letter of, 387.

Okeman:
-, Josephe, petition of, 72.
-, purser of Rye town ship, 88.

Okeover, Mr., 473, 482.

Okes, John, 63.

Okey, Colonel, 390.

Oldecastell, Henry, 290.

Oldecrist, Warin, 296.

"Old Fraunces," 188.

Oldisworth, William, a justice of South Wales, 249.

Oleve, John, 354.

Olliver, Francis, 265, 271.

O'Neil, Sir Phelim, 387.

Opera House, proposal to open with English opera, 505.

Oporto, 30.

Orange:
-, Prince of, 3 (2), 13, 14, 42, 86.
-,-, freebooters licensed by, 16.
-, his brother. See Ledovick.

Order in Council, regulations of soldiers' march by, 453.

Ordnance, 1, 110, 111, 154, 202, 213, 361, 451.
-, deputy master of. See Paynter.
-, lieutenant of. See Pelham.
-, Master of. See Warwick; Newport; Totnes.
-, Office of, 470.
-, restraint of transport of, 178.

Orford:
-, Lord, 366.
-,-, privy councillor, 495.

Orford Ness, co. Suffolk, 443.

Orlandsen, Sebastian, 62.

Orleans, Duke of, regent of France, 494.

Orleton wood, 249.

Orleton:
-, Henry de, collector of murage at Hereford, 297.
-, Master John de, 297.
-, Master Thomas de, will of, 297.
-, William de, 296.

Ormonde, Duke of, 365, 366, 495.
-, Marquis of, his chaplain, 507.

Orpington, letters dated at, 238 (2).

Osbert, vicar of St. Peter's, Hereford, 296.

Osborne:
-, Francis, 394.
-, John, 65.

Osebarn, Hugh, 298.

Ostend, 180.

Ostenders, the, 219.

Otaheite, 373.

Oucktell, Jacques and his wife, 6, 7.

Ouse, river, 456.

Overbery, Overbury, Sir Nicholas, a justice of South Wales, 251, 253, 255, 259, 260, 262, 264, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279.
-, vice-president of Council in the Marches, 273.

Overy, Master Roger, rector of Great Ryburgh, 428, 429.

Overinge, Mr., cashier of the tin farmers, 287.

Owen:
-, Captain, 234, 236.
-, Sir Hugh, 392.
-, Philip, 392.
-, Robert, 275.
-, Roger, 249.
-, Thomas, serjeant-at-law, 248.
-, Sir William, sheriff of Montgomery, 271.

Owyane, Meryane, 324

Oxenbridge, Clement, letter of, 387.

Oxford, 296, 297, 319, 383, 384, 391, 398, 399, 403, 507.
-, letters dated at, 318, 466.
-, Parliament held at, 486.
-, Swan Inn, 318.

Oxford University, 309, 419.
-, All Souls College, visitation of, 382.
-, Brasenose College, letter dated at, 375.
-, Lincoln College, 507.
-, St. John's College, bursar of, 384.

Oxford county, 294, 392.

Oxford:
-, Earl of, 441.
-,-, prisoner in the tower, 366.
-, Robert, Earl of, 403.
-, Lord, 404.
-,-, his brother Nathaniel, 404.

Oxney, isle of, co. Kent, 43, 75, 363.

Oyri, Sir Geoffrey de, 379.

Oyselur, Richard le, 380.

P

P., Duchess of, 480.

Pacienne, Margaret wife of Robert, 66.

Pacific Ocean, the, 373.

Packenham, Packnam, John, 143.
-, letters of, 141, 148.

Packington, letter dated at, 503.

Packman, Mark, 111.
-, clerk of Commissioners of the Passage of the Cinque Ports, 117.

Padnall, William, bailiff of Ashford, and his servant, 17.

Padua, 374.

Painswick, co. Gloster, 251.

Palace Yard, letter dated at, 498.

Palachis, Samuel, Moorish Jew, arrest of, by order of Spanish Ambassador, 382.

Palatinate, the, 441.

Pall Mall, 505.

Pallmer, John, 155.

Pallmere, Richard, bailiff of Hereford, 298.

Palmer:
-, Sir Henry, admiral of fleet in Narrow Seas, order of, 94.
-,-, letters to, 98, 108, 110.
-, Robert, petition of, 503.
-,-, Sir Thomas, knt., letters to, 26, 29, 37.
-, William, 374.
-, William, depositions of, 131.
-, William, son of Adam, 422.

Palmere, John, 412.

Palton, Mr., 497.

Panyers, William, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.

Panyngton Manor, co. Suffolk, 406, 507, 408, 409, 431.

Papists, 51, 175, 197, 225, 351. proclamation against, 75.

Paplin, John, of Rye, marriage settlement of, 48.

Pargiter, Sir William, knt., petition of, 396.

Paris, 21, 222, 485, 487, 488, 491, 493, 494.
-, Academies of, 494.
-, Hotel des Invalides, church of, 493.
-, letters dated at, 33, 388, 392.
-, Louvre, 491.
-, Luxembourg Gallery, 494.
-, news from, 387.
-, Palais Royal, 494.
-, Parliament of, 488.
-, Rue de Parcheminene, 388.
-, Rue Columbier, fauxbourg St. Germain, 493.
-, Tuilleries gardens, 494.

Paris, Walter de, 296.

Park near Oswestry, 280, 281.

Parker:
-, John, his ship taken by an Irishman, 221.
-, Matthew, archbishop of Canterbury, executors of, 377.

Parker:
-, Sir Nicholas, commissioner of sewers, for Rye, letter to, 131.
-, Sir Philip, his regiment, 458, 459, 466, 467.
-, Richard, 332.
-, Sir Thomas, one of the Committee for Sussex, 213.
-, Thomas, letter of, 399.
-, Thomasine, 354.
-, William, letter of, 239.
-, William, minister of All Saints, Hastings, will of, 362.

Parliament:
-, 18, 135, 144, 145, 146, 158, 159, 160, 162, 163, 168, 171, 173, 175, 176, 189, 190, 208, 209, 210, 213, 214, 215, 216, 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 230, 232, 233–243, 253, 260, 261, 272, 273, 281, 307, 316, 318, 319, 320, 322, 328, 332, 337, 338, 352, 357, 358, 360, 361, 366, 372, 384, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 396, 398, 400, 420, 445, 446, 447, 452, 461, 466, 467, 478, 480, 499, 500.
-, Acts of, 166, 168, 170, 171, 216, 217, 220, 228, 229, 233, 236, 238, 240, 245, 260, 275, 309, 317, 325, 330, 332, 336, 343, 348, 351, 362, 462, 463, 464, 500.
-, Army of the, 344.
-,-, Committee for order of, 397.
-, bar of, 274.
-, letter to, 384.
-, petitions to, 394–396, 414.
-, proceedings in, 470, 471.
-, Navy of, 227, 387.
-, Admiral of. See Warwick.
-, Speaker of, 166, 280, 387, 470. See also Trevor;
-, Richardson;
-, Lenthall.
-,-, letter to, 387.
-, Stairs, 128.
-, Summonses to, 272.
-, Lower House, 366, 401.
-,-, orders of, 281, 385, 386, 396, 397.
-, Upper House, 104, 159, 360, 366, 500.
-,-, order of, 274.

Parque, Nicholas, 1.

Parry:
-, Blanche, maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth, letter of, 339.
-, James, 333.
-, John, examiner in council in the Marches, 252.
-, John, letter of, 328.
-, Rowland, 107.
-, Sir Thomas, 143.
-, Thomas, depositions of, 350.
-, Thomas William, 335.

Parrys, Cautin, 35.

Parteryche:
-, John, 324.
-, Richard, 325.

Partriche, Richard, mayor of Hereford, 331.

Partridge:
-, —, 32.
-, Richard, 332.
-, Thomas, letter to, 189.

Parys, Philip, 428.

Passports, forgery of, 104.

Paston:
-, Lord, 365.
-, Sir Thomas, his widow, 213.

Pates, Richard, 247.

Patteryche, Richard, 324.

Paulet, Sir William, 428.

Pauleys:
-, Pavelyes, 412, 417.
-, lord of the manor of, 414.

Pauluzzi, Lorenzo, agent of Venetion Senate, 389.

Paveli, Sir Ralph de, 422.

Payes, Adrian, 181.

Payn, Bartholomew, 427.

Paynter:
-, Robert, deputy master of the Ordnance, 92.
-, order of, 55.

Payton, Richard, 259, 260.

Peace, petition for, 386.

Peak, co. Derby, 474, 475.

Peake, Peke:
-, Mr., 128, 174, 177.
-, Richard, 363.

Peasemore, letter dated at, 392.

Peasmarsh, 147, 189.

Pechell, Captain Richard, 397.

Pecke:
-, Henry, 179.
-, Mr., 389.

Peckham, letter dated at, 135.

Peers, John, 272.

Peers. See Maufield.

Peerse, Captain, pirate, 78.

Peeters:
-, Richard, agent of Colonel Martin, 391, 398.
-, letter to, 391.

Pelerin, Hugh le, 291.

Peleville, Sir Peter de, 379.

Pelham:
-, Edmond, baron to Parliament for Hastings, 357.
-,-, letter to, 104.
-, Lord, created Duke of Ciare, 366.
-, Sir Thomas, member of Committee for Sussex, 213.
-, William, lieutenant of the Ordnance, 92.
-,-, order of, 55.

Pembridge, co. Hereford, 342.

Pembridge, Mr., 339.

Pembroke:
-, county, 261, 392.
-, sheriff of, 271.
-,-, and escheator of, 264.

Pembroke:
-, Henry Herbert, Earl of, Lord President of the Marches, 247, 248.
-,-, letters of, 247, 248 (2), 249 (2), 336.
-,-, letters to, 247 (3).
-, Lady, 366.
-, William, Earl of, 249.

Pendennis Castle, 367.

Penesthorp, co. Norfolk, 424, 426.

Penkes, Roger, bailiff of Hereford, 296.

Penmarcke, co. Glamorgan, 348.

Penn, General William, 235.

Penny, John, chaplain in St. Nicholas's, Hereford, 298.

Penry, George, 334.

Penshurst, 376.

Pepper, John, letter of; 239.

Percivale, Sir Anthony, 385.

Percivall, Anthony, letters of, 196, 197.

Percy, Thomas, 133.
-, Dr. Thomas, letter of, 372.

Perkes, John, chaplain of St. Giles's, Hereford, 315.

Perot, Sir John, 247.

Perott, Mr. 206.

Perse, Robert, 60.

Pershore, co. Worcester, 269.

Pershore, William, 291.

Persia:
-, envoy to, 506.
-, Shah of, 497, 506.

Perteryche, Richard, 322.

Pescodd, John, 389.

Peshall, Sir John, bart., 254.

Pesie, Sir Henry de, knt., 380.

Peterborough, Lord, letter to, 495.

Petitt, Henry, 22.

Pett, Thomas, vicar of Ashford, certificate of, 17.

Petter, Mr., minister at Rye, letter to, 181.

Pettus:
-, Sir John, 392, 468.
-, letters of, 391, 468.

Pevensey, co. Sussex, 157, 355, 358.
-, arrears due from, for coronations, 364.
-, bailiff and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters to, 139, 152, 197 (2), 203.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, customers and officers of, letter to, 178.

Pewte, John, 300.

Peyton:
-, Sir Edward, bart., deputy-lieutenant of Cambridge, 441.
-, Sir John, deputy-lieutenant of Cambridge, 441.

Phelips:
-, Francis, 392.
-, Richard, mayor of Hereford, 309.
-, Thomas, 310.

Phelps, Thomas, letter of, 392.

Philip, a soldier at Hereford, 344.

Philip:
-, II., King of Spain, 281, 318.
-, goods of Englishmen arrested by, 14.
-, goods of subjects of, stayed at Rye, 12.
-,-, commissioners for, 13. letter to, 15.
-, rebels against expelled from England, 41.
-, withdraws pensions from many English, Irish, and Scotch rebels, 105.

Philip le Bel, King of France, 491.

Philip de Valois, King of France, 491.

Philips:
-, —, M.P. for Leicestershire, 480.
-, his brother, 480.
-, his seat near Loughborough, 480.
-, Thomas, 326.

Phillipes, George, 116.

Phillip Lane, letters dated at, 150, 157 (2).

Phillips:
-, Fabian, a justice of North Wales, 247.
-, Francis, under steward of Stretton manor, 272.
-, John, bishop of Man, 251.
-, John, letter to, 110.

Phillipps:
-, David, 341.
-, Lewis, 271.
-, Richard, attorney in court of the Marches, 271.
-, Thomas, 271.

Philpot:
-, John, minister of Rye, 6.
-,-, declaration of, 14.
-, Thomas, 65.

Philpots, Paul, mayor of Hereford, letter to, 337.

Phipps, Captain, 373.

Picardy, 115, 485.

Piddlesden, William, 357.

Pilfort, John, Frenchman, 1.

Pingle, Pyngle, Pringle, Thomas, messenger of council in the Marches, 256, 261, 268, 269, 272.

Pinozeire, —, 215.

Piochean, Jaques, 32.

Pipe, co. Hereford, 342.

Pirates. See Freebooters.

Place, Robert de la, 22.

Plash, 247.

Playden, 36, 134, 204, 220, 223.

Playford, 467.

Playter, Sir William, letter to, 460.

Plumple, John, parson of Trowbridge, 329.

Plumptre, Charles, letter of, 373.

Plunkett, —, 387.

Plymouth, 146, 172, 383.
-, letters dated at, 338, 387.

Podmore, Richard, rector of Copenhull and curate of Condover, 280.

Poissi in France, 491.

Poitou in France, 32.

Poland, 161.

Pole, Richard, steward of Jasper, Duke of Bedford, 304.

Poley:
-, Sir John, 451.
-, Sir William, 441, 449.

Pollard, John, letter of, 318.

Pollett in France, 37, 51.

Pomfret, Lord and Lady, 491.

Ponett, Edward, 17.

Pontodame in France, 222.

Poole, co. Dorset, 62, 207, 435.

Poole, Sir Henry, 248, 249.

Pooley, Edmund, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 457, 464.

Pope, the, 346, 351, 419.

Popham:
-, Colonel, general in the Downs, 218.
-, Sir Francis, 384.
-, General, petition to, 396.
-, Sir John, chief justice of the King's Bench, letter to, 251.

Popish Recusants, 225, 467.

Pordage, Edward, bailiff of Hastings, 358.

Porte:
-, Anne de la, and Anne her daughter, 59.
-, Mr., 473, 474.

Porter:
-, Ellen, her marriage annulled, 303.
-, Richard, 356.
-, Steven, 360.

Porth, Richard, parish clerk of Rye, 107. letter of, 80.

Portland, Earl of, 365.
-, letter of, 388.

Portriffe:
-, Mr., 183.
-, Richard, servant to Earl of Northampton, 132.
-, Portsmouth, 59, 125, 168, 177, 444, 449, 451.
-, letter dated at, 187.
-, mayor of. See Jenens.

Port Towns of England and Wales, survey of shipping of, 179.

Portugal and the Portuguese, 30, 51, 59, 62 (2), 93, 172, 186.

Poskyns, Mercy, 1.

Posts, controller of. See Randolph.

Potesford, Will, de, 379.

Pottell, Monsieur, 36.

Potzdam, 368, 369.

Pouere, Roger le, 416.

Poulet, Lord, privy councillor, 495, 496.

Poullain, Marye widow of Pierre de Freueuse, 89.

Poussia, painting by, 492.

Povey, Just, 387.

Powell:
-, Alice widow of Major John, petition of, 395.
-, John, deputy clerk of council of the Marches, 249.
-, John, mayor of Hereford, 349.
-, John, 414.
-, M., of Bristol, 312.
-, Nathaniel, letter to, 224.
-, Thomas, King's solicitor, 254.
-, Vavasour, 386.
-, Walter, deputy sheriff of Monmouth, 270.

Power, Captain, 102.

Powle, Robert, 430.

Prandraicke, William, a Swede, 225.

Pratt:
-, alderman, 385.
-, Henry, and Maria his wife, 392.

Preist, Nathaniel, 351.

Prescott, John, vicar of Rye, 107, 109.

Presteign, 303, 312.
-, letter dated at, 329.

Presthemede, 294.

Preston, letter dated at, 386.

Preston, alias Dabredin, John, the younger, 50.

Prestone:
-, Robert de, perpetual curate of Hereford Cathedral, 302.
-, Robert, 326.

Pretender, the, 495, 496.

Pretty, Thomas, depositions of, 146.

Prevost, Jehan, 7.

Price:
-, Captain Charles, 386.
-, Elice, Doctor of Law, 247.
-, John, 262, 263, 332.
-, Matthew, 345.
-, Thomas, of Brecon Priory, 254.

Priduaux, John, 60.

Pringle, John, 177.
-, letter, of, 213.

Pringle, Pyngle, Thomas, messenger of council in the Marches, 261, 269, 272.

Prise:
-, Gregory, 334.
-, John, 318.
-, William, petition of, 322.

Privy Council, 8, 13, 23, 26, 39, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 64, 65, 72, 79, 80, 87–93, 95, 96, 100, 105, 106, 110, 115, 118, 119, 120, 122, 123, 125, 133, 134, 141, 143, 151, 152, 154, 155, 164, 165, 178, 179, 180, 182, 185–190, 197, 200, 203, 206, 207, 210, 212, 237, 244, 253, 256, 273, 302, 305, 306, 320, 328, 331, 336, 340, 356, 361, 362, 383, 384, 444, 450, 454–458, 460, 461, 464, 495, 496.
-, letters, &c. of, 4, 7, 8, 12, 19, 21, 53–56, 59, 60, 72, 79, 101, 102 (2), 103 (2), 108, 112, 115, 129, 131, 132, (2), 139, 151, 154, 170, 175, 176, 177, 182, 183, 189 (2), 191, 192, 193, 196, 197 (2), 204, 205, 207, 210, 252, 329, 331, 332, 362, 434–437, 439–443, 445–460, 462, 468.
-, letters, to, 6, 14, 16, 24, 101, 105, 131, 176, 440, 445, 446, 452, 453.
-, chest of, 453.
-, clerk of, 212, 457, 460.
-, Lord President of, 495, 496.
-, minutes of meetings of, 495.
-, petitions to, 440 453.
-, Register of Causes of, 453.

Privy Seal, 111, 241, 276.
-, keeper of, 146.
-, loan requested by a, 444, 448.
-, warrant under, 138.

Prize goods, case of collectors of, 394.

Proclamations, 35, 66 (3), 70 (2), 71, 75, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 84, 89, 90 (2), 106, 115, 116, 117, 121, 122, 130, 147 (2), 148, 224, 225, 226, 232, 235, 236 (5), 238 (2), 240 (3), 242 (5), 243 (4), 244, 245, 254, 273, 309, 310, 313, 326, 329, 332, 336.

Prohibitions, abuse of, 277, 279.

Prosser, Luke, chaplain of St. Giles's, Hereford, 329.

Protestant party, the, 435.

Protestants, relief for, 226.

Prowse, John, 183.

Prouwze, John, 85.

Prussia, 367–371, 375.
-, queen and queen mother of, 371.

Price:
-, John, sheriff of Cardigan, 271.
-, Sir John, sheriff of Montgomery, 268.
-, Richard, 249.
-, Richard, commission to, 416.
-, Sir Richard, 268.

Pryse, Gregory, 328, 331.
-, mayor of Hereford, 330.

Public faith, money borrowed on, 388.

Public Thanksgiving, day of, 240.

Puckering, John, a justice of South Wales, 247.

Pudding Norton, co. Norfolk, 410, 424.

Pudsey, Hugh, bishop of Durham, 284.

Pughe, Rowland, 268.

Puleston, Roger, 249.

Pulton, John, 208.

Purefoy, Colonel, 397.

Purvage, Nicholas, of Rye, 30, 60 (2), 61.

Pusey [Pewsey], co. Berks, 381.

Putley, co. Hereford, 342.

Pychard, Sir Miles, sheriff of Hereford, 296.

Pye:
-, Henry, 372.
-, Sir Robert, 372, 403.
-, Walter, 264.

Pym, Mr., 420, 471.

Pyrrha, legend of, 475.

Pyteman, John, 286.

Pyz, Autan, 31.

Q

Quakers, the, 237, 350, 351.

Quarrell, Edmund, puritan minister of Staunton on Wye, 344.
-, examination of, 344.
-, procures warrant against a person for praying for the king, 345.
-, Mary his wife, 344, 345.

Quebee, 373, 374, 499.

Queenborough, co. Kent, 22.

Queensberry, Duke of, privy councillor, 495. 496.

Queen's House, letters dated at, 499–502.

Queen's Palace, letters dated at, 502, 503.
-, porter at, 503.

Quintes, James letter of, 117.

Quoc. See Coque.

Quydler, Thomas, 17.

R

Rabain, Elias de, 285.

Rabonet, Mr., 188.

Radeliff, Mr., 98.

Radenovere, John de, 294.

Radforde, Thomas, 134, 156.

Radney, Sir Edward, knt., 386.

Radnor, 395.

Radnor:
-, county, 261, 277, 386, 395.
-, sheriff of, 271, 386.
-,-, and escheator of, 264.

Radnor, Old, church of, 335.

Radway, letter dated at, 372.

Rainolds, Melchior, common clerk of Hastings, 356. 357.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, letter of, 119.

Ralings, Mrs., 340.

Ramsbury, letters dated at, 247, 248.

Ramsey:
-, Andrew, 61.
-, Robert, 271.

Ramsgate, co. Kent, 22, 157.

Randall:
-, Richard, 250.
-, Richard, sub-dean of chapel in Wallingford Castle, 380.
-, William, 104.

Randolph, Thomas, controller of Posts, letter of, 88.

Randulph, the tailor, 290.

Ranelagh Gardens, 493.

Rascoo, 1.

Ratcliff:
-, —, servant to Lord Cobham, 43, 48, 68.
-, Dr., 365.
-, Ratlyff, William, 23.

Ratcliffe, Colonel, 451.

Ratford, Robert de, 296.

Ratliffe, Mr. 183

Ratlisden, Sir John de, knt., 424.

Raulins, Thomas, 343.

Raven, John, letters of, 239, 242.

Ravenhill:
-, Richard, 287.
-, Richard, a recusant, 341.

Rawe, Mr., 65.

Rawelyns, John, chaplain of St. Giles's, Hereford, 329.

Rawlings, Mr., 345.

Rawlins:
-, Francis, 348.
-, William, mayor of Hereford, complaints against, 327, 328.
-,-, letters of and to, 328.

Rawlyns, Mr., 325.

Raworth:
-, Francis, town clerk of Dover, 160.
-, letters of, 128 (2), 139, 160, 212.

Raymes, Michael, 35.

Raymond:
-, James Grant, petition of, 503.
-, John, 421.

Raynolds:
-, George, deputy of Rye, 16.
-, William, petition of, 347.

Read, Richard, 22.

Reade:
-, Captain, 327.
-, John, suspicious death of his wife, 336.
-, Robert, secretary to Sir Francis Windebank, 209, 210.
-,-, burgess to Parliament for Hastings, 212.

Reading:
-, co. Berks, 283, 403.
-, petition of well-affected inhabitants of, 395.
-, abbot of, 294, 295.

Recusants, 435, 436, 443, 445, 449, 467.

Rede:
-, Robert, of Rye, 99, 100.
-, letter of, 99.

Redesdale, Lord, letter of, 498.

Redgrave:
-, co. Suffolk, 408, 409, 414, 431.
-, bailiff's accounts, 420.
-, Botesdale School in, 414.
-, grammar school in, 430.

Redlingsfield, co. Suffolk, 444.

Redman, W., letter of, 83.

Ree, Isle of, 394.

Rees, Rouland, 325.

Reformado officers, 386.

Regency, the, 366.

Regnard, Jehan, 89.

Regnoult (?), Michel, 41.

Reguier, Edward, 222.

Reigate, co. Surrey, bailiff of, 105.

Reignolds, Griffith, mayor of Hereford, 289.

Rekyngall, co. Suffolk, 430.

Relf, —, 60.

Remmington, Serjeant, letter of, 498.

Rendell, John, 155.

Renes, Philip de, 42.

Requests, Court of, letter dated at, 367.

Retherfield, co. Sussex, letter dated at, 204.

Reve:
-, Mr. 174.
-, Sir George, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 467.

Revenue, plan for raising a national, 394.

Revolution, the, 508.

Reydon, co. Suffolk, 406, 409.

Reyley, Hugh, 396.

Reyndr, —, of Eudrscryn, 42.

Reynolds:
-, Edward, secretary of Earl of Essex, 338.
-, James, letter of, 469.
-, Mr., petition to, 396.
-, Thomas, petition of, 347.
-, Reynold's Hall, cave known as, 474.

Riburgh, Cristiana, wife of Hugh de, 422.

Richard I., charters of, 284, 285. his monument, 487.

Richard II., charters of, 286, 287, 354.

Richard, Prince of Wales, 326.

Richard the clerk, 292.

Richards, William, letter of, 212.

Richardson, Sir Thomas, chief justice of Common Pleas, 276.
-, Speaker of House of Commons, letter of, 361.

Riche, Sir Charles, his regiment, 446.

Richemund, castle of, 422.

Richmond, co. Surrey, letters dated at, 60, 70, 79, 101, 112, 115, 248, 316, 317.

Richmond:
-, Anne, widow, 391.
-, Lucy, letter of, 387.

Richmond and Lennox, Duke of, letter of, 271.

Rickward, Matthew and Cornelis his son, 59.

Ridalle, M., 307.

Rider, John, 155.

Ridmarley, 347, 349.

Rigby, Alexander, 387.

Ringeswould, co. Kent 157.

Ringsland, co. Hereford, 342.

Ringy in Bowden, co. Chester, 126.

Risborough in Wighton, co. Norfolk, 410.

Risinges:
-, Adam de, 379.
-, Thomas de, 379.

Ro . . ., Robert, 354.

Robarts, Mr., 393.

Roberd, Alice, wife of William, 380.

Robertes, Nicholas, letters of, 212, 213.

Roberts:
-, John, 107.
-, Mr., 347.
-, Mr., letter of, 196.
-, William, letter of, 208.
-,-, petition of, 395.

Robertsbridge, 147.

Robins, John, 278.

Robinson, Sir John, bart., lieutenant of the Tower, 243.
-, letter to, 244.
-, Mr., 500.

Rochelle, 2, 22, 23, 24, 30, 32, 33, 37, 40, 41, 50, 51, 110, 119, 193, 394.
-, fleet for relief of, 190.
-, letter to mayor of, 60.

Rochester:
-, co. Kent, 156.
-, bishop of. See Atterbury.
-, gaol, 68.
-, letter to mayor of, 68.

Roe, Sir Thomas, 277.

Roehampton, 213.

Rofe, Thomas, 43.

Roffa, Salomon de, 293.

Roger ap Rees, 322.

Roger the carpenter, 290.

Rogers:
-, Lady, 398.
-, Mr., 123, 174.
-, Mother, 108.
-, Pierre, declaration of, 36.
-, Richard, bishop of Dover, commissioner in causes ecclesiastical, 5, 6.
-,-, letters of, 5, 83.
-,-, letters to, 82, 83.
-, Walter, 303.
-, Wroth, governor of Hereford, 346.

Rogerson, Thomas, will of, 360.

Rolfe, John, lessee of Rye vicarage, 67, 69.

Rolle, Henry, letter of, 389.

Rollema, Thomas, 42.

Rolls:
-, Master of the, 279.
-, records in the, 127.

Rolston, co. Hereford, 342.

Roman Catholic:
-, books, seizure of, 334.
-, league, 441.
-, religion, 318, 319, 320.

Roman Catholies, 445.

Rome, 480.
-, church of, 508.

Romney Marsh, drainage of, 204.

Romney:
-, New, co. Kent, 1, 26, 60, 76, 87, 154, 157, 190, 218, 246, 356, 388.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, general meeting of Cinque Ports at, 195.
-, guestlings at, 123, 152, 153, 155, 226, 245.
-, letters dated at, 153, 218.
-, mayor of, 153. See also Wilcocke.
-, mayor, bailiffs, and jurats of, 65, 205, 218, 388.
-,-, letters of, 19, 22, 65.
-,-, letters to, 3, 8, 35, 39, 59, 75, 128 (2), 139, 150, 152, 197, 205, 245.
-, yearly brotherhood at, 19, 123, 218, 245.
-,-, decree of a, in time of Henry VIII., 165
-, Earl of, Lord Warden, receives freedom of Hastings, 363.

Rone. See Rouen.

Ronquier, Monsieur, 486.

Rookes, Robert, 385.

Rooley Pooley, an unlawful game, 352

Rorsells, Neechell, 31.

Rose, Mr., 498.

Rosingrave,—, organist of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 404.

Ross, co. Hereford, Rudhall's hospital and other charities in, 342.

Ross, deanery of, 303.

Rother:
-, river, 148, 205.
-, commissioners of sewers for, 362.
-,-, letter to, 148.

Rotterdam, 27.

Roudham, Ralph de and Ceeily his wife, 423.

Rouen:
-, in Normandy, 1, 7, 27, 47, 77, 88, 89, 486, 488, 491.
-, Cathedral, 487.
-, Jesuits' College at, 488.
-, Palace of, 489.

Rous, Sir Roger le, 295.

Rouse:
-, Rous, Major Anthony, 398.
-, Sir John, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441, 466.
-,-, his regiment, 467.

Roussell, Guillaume, depositions of, 41.

Rowlstone, co. Hereford, 341.

Rowse, Mr., 444.

Royal Aid, 465.

Royall, Frances wife of William. depositions of, 215.

Royal Society, the, 494.

Roye, John le, Queen's Post, 65.

Royrand, Jehan, sieur de la Claye et de Bretignolles, his widow, 507.

Royston, letter dated at, 272.

Ruault, Nicholas, 50.

Rubens:
-, John, 42.
-, Peter Paul, painting by, 494.

Ruck, Mr., supplies the place of minister of Rye, 81.

Rucke, Rulk, Arthur, jurat of Sandwich, 153, 154, 160.

Rucke, Thomas, 65.

Rudd, Anthony, bishop of St. Davids, 248.

Rudghill, John, 251.

Rudhale, William, 341.

Rudmarleye, Sir Walter de, 292.

Rumes, Lord of, 42.

Rupert, Prince, 346, 403.

Rushemere Heath, 435.

Rusher, Mr., 495.

Russell:
-, Captain, 87.
-, Lord, 117.
-, Michell or Nicholas, 36, 40, 43, 60 (2), 61.
-, Sir William, 383.
-, William, minister of Rye, provision for, 216.

Russell Street, letter dated at, 365.

Russhell, William, 325.

Russia, designs of, against India, 497.

Rust, John, 411.

Ruthven, Patrick and William, brothers of Earl of Gowrie, 130.

Rutland, committee of county of, 394.

Rutland:
-, Earl of, 123.
-, Duke of, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 375.
-,-, letters of, 393.
-,-, his wife, 393.

Rybaulte, Anne, 36.

Ryburgh:
-, co. Norfolk, 422.
-, lord of, 416, 422.

Ryburgh, Great:
-, 407, 408, 410, 413–16, 416, 422–431.
-, cornmill in, 427.
-, custumals of, 412.
-, deeds dated at, 423.
-, plan of, 418.
-, St. Andrew's Church, bequest to, 427.
-,-, rector of, 428, 429, 430.
-,-, leases by, 426, 428, 429.
-,-, William, rector of, 423.
-, South Mill and Newstead Yark, 431.

Ryburgh, Little, or Woodhall:
-, 407, 410, 416, 423–426, 428, 431.
-, advowson of church of, 413, 426, 427.
-, John, vicar of, 422.
-, map of, 417, 418.
-, right of shackage in, 414.
-, vicar of, 427.

Rycke, Mychell, 135.

Ryding, John, 385.

Rye:
-, co. Sussex, ancient town, 1–245 passim, 356.
-, almshouses, 5.
-, Apeldore, 144, 147.
-, artificers and tradesmen of, petition from, 230.
-, bailiffs. See Milward; Huggeford.
-, bakers of, petition from, 45, 48.
-, barques of, taken by men-of-war of Charles II., 214, 215.
-, billet of soldiers quartered upon, 230, 233, 234, 235, 236, 241.
-, blind restored to sight in, 145.
-, brewers of, 48.
-, burgesses to Parliament of, 134, 135, 146, 157, 158, 162, 163, 173, 176, 189, 190, 208, 209, 210, 215, 222, 223, 224, 228, 232, 233, 235–240, 243.
-, butcherie in, 175.
-, Camber, 85, 89, 90, 100, 101, 147, 180, 213, 214.
-,-, castle, 108, 151.
-, chamberlains, 87, 124. See also Emery.
-, charters, 216, 240.
-, service of, at the King's coronation, 127.
-, church, 1, 3, 19, 46, 47, 50, 52, 67, 79, 226.
-,-, curate of, 174, 201. See also Whittacre; Blackwood.
-,-, desecration of, 202
-,-, minister of. See Philpott;
-,-, Fletcher;
-,-, Russell;
-,-, Allin.
-, churchwardens, 52, 201.
-,-, and sidesmen, petition of, 74. churchyard, 71.
-,-, ordnance in, 1, 39, 40, 202.
-, claim of, to be exempt from aids, 142.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, common council, 45, 87.
-, constables of, orders to; 220, 227, 229.
-,-, and churchwardens, certificate of, 146.
-, convoy of vessels of, to Dieppe taken by French man-of-war, 226, 229, 233.
-, corporation, 86, 87, 124, 130, 233.
-,-, proposed addition to, 240, 242.
-, counsel of, 140, 148, 187.
-, court of pie powder in, 26, 35.
-, creek, 16, 31, 43, 62, 85, 90.
-, customs, complaint by officers of, 203.
-, dearth of sailors in, 220.
-, diseased soldiers in, 92.
-, disorders in, 36, 61, 217, 218.
-, drapers and tailors of, petition from, 59.
-, duties levied in, 225.
-,-, paid to, by corporation of London, 145.
-, evil disposed strangers arriving in, 4.
-, fishermen of, 49, 102, 109, 117, 124, 137, 139, 140, 143, 154, 161, 167, 168, 171, 186, 215.
-,-, petitions, &c., of, 18, 77, 81, 134, 215, 233.
-, fishing boats of, to Yarmouth to contribute to repair the jetty at Stronde, 151.
-, fish market, 102, 109.
-, foreign prisoners in, 186.
-, fortification of, 85, 87, 91, 214.
-, free trade with Dieppe granted to, 218, 219.
-, French church in, 6, 30, 35, 37, 38, 42, 43, 63.
-, Frenchmen in, 1, 6, 25, 39, 49, 55, 85, 87.
-, French ships coming to, to make a payment for the poor, 90.
-, gaol, 139, 204.
-, George Inn, 47.
-, guestling at, 357.
-, gun garden in, 85, 86, 175.
-,-, ordnance for, 32.
-, gunner of, 181, 183.
-, harbour or haven, 53, 58, 64, 68, 75, 76, 86, 89, 90, 100, 101, 105, 106, 108, 110, 115, 120, 123, 124, 131, 134, 137, 141, 144–151, 154, 156, 158, 167, 168, 180, 196, 205, 209, 215, 219, 221, 245, 362, 363.
-,-, brief for repair of, 181, 189.
-,-, commissioners of sewers for, 131, 141, 147, 156, 167.
-,-, letters of, 131, 196.
-,-, duties on ships, entering or leaving, 232.
-,-, petition for repair of, 151, 220.
-,-, plan of, 100.
-, hospital of, St. Bartholomew, Playdon, 147.
-, house of correction, 172.
-, idols brought into, 1.
-, jurats of. See Bruster;
-, Byrchett;
-, Carpenter;
-, Cobbe;
-, Coxon;
-, Edolf;
-, Gaymer;
-, Hendy;
-, Jackson;
-, Mener;
-, Mynge;
-, Raynolds;
-, Syere;
-, Fowtrell;
-, Ensinge;
-, Galmer;
-, Gibbridge;
-, Younge;
-, Grebell.
-, jurats and commons, list of, 150.
-, King's Court held in by churchwardens, 146, 147.
-, Landgate in, 106, 175.
-, lecturer of, 162, 170.
-, letters dated at, 26, 29, 131, 234, 235.
-, mariners to be furnished by, for Queen's service, 110.
-, mayor of, 3, 16, 17, 36, 49, 61, 66, 91, 109, 129, 144, 147, 163, 205, 239, 363.
-, See also Dunning;
-, Davy;
-, Eagge;
-, Gaymer;
-, Jackson;
-, Edolphe;
-, Betts;
-, Hamon;
-, Higgions;
-, Thomas;
-, Marshall.
-,-, depositions, &c., taken before, 78, 88, 89, 208.
-,-, letters, &c. of, 2, 12, 68, 104, 105, 107, 129, 137, 145, 216, 222, 229 (2), 242, 244.
-,-, letters to, 2, 5, 12, 13, 22, 35, 38, 81, 83, 91, 97, 99, 102, 109, 118, 139, 166, 191, 203, 205, 209, 220.
-,-, order as to the election of, 73.
-, mayor, jurat, &c. of, 7, 24, 29, 40, 87, 98, 111, 205, 223, 225.
-,-, letters, &c. of, 1–245 passim.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 1–243 passim.
-,-, petitions of, 127, 141, 151, 156, 167, 216, 225, 244.
-,-, presentments before, 84, 245.
-,-, proceedings against in Star Chamber, 71, 74.
-,-, right of to try for witchcraft, 144.
-,-, writ of Quo warranto against, 151.
-, meeting of West Ports at, 356.
-, men-of-war stayed at, 23.
-,-, of Royalists party infest the coast of, 225.
-, Ness, or Dungeness, 36, 65, 221, 245.
-,-, lighthouse upon, 150, 166, 168, 170, 171, 201.
-, no refusers of ecclesiastical laws in, 146.
-, offer of a pinnace for defence of coast of, 96.
-, office of water-bailiff, 50, 235.
-, ordnance in, 91, 183, 213, 244.
-, papists in, 170.
-, parish clerk, 107. See also Porth, Gyllam.
-, parsonage of, 93.
-, passage from to France, 201, 214.
-,-, restraint of, 221, 222, 224, 225.
-, passenger of taken by leaguers of France, 97.
-, petition from, 143.
-, pillory in, 1.
-, pilot of. See Fowler.
-, plague in, 71, 81, 126.
-,-, false report of, 130, 195, 201.
-,-, precautions against, 106, 175.
-, port of, 103.
-, posts to London from, 88.
-, powder house in St. Clere's Church, 85.
-, preacher of, 49. See also Grenewood.
-, present to the Queen at, 19, 22, 23, 28.
-, public fasts in, 21, 174.
-, puddle, the, 30, 85, 90, 147.
-, puritans in, 98, 99.
-, ransom of a Frenchman in, 23, 24.
-, rates for goods brought by water to, 229.
-, records of, 95, 111.
-, Red Lion, document dated at, 34.
-, restraint of vessels at, 186.
-, St. Mary Marsh, 27, 147.
-, searcher of, committed to prison, 204.
-, shipping of, 71, 113, 156, 179, 192, 220.
-, ships furnished by for service against leaguers of France, 96.
-,-, for Queen's service, 81, 86, 87, 88, 97.
-, shoemakers of, 55.
-, stocks in, 227.
-, tithes of, 103.
-, town clerk, 95, 137, 205, 227.
-, town ship, 87, 107, 110, 111.
-, trade of, 167.
-, treasury, 20.
-, trial by water in, 216.
-, vicar of, 103. See also Priscott;
-, Bates.
-, vicarage, 93, 94, 242.
-,-, house and chancel, view of, 95.
-, Walloons in, 6.
-, want of corn at, 29, 37, 67, 101, 114, 244.
-, want of fuel in, 85.
-, wardship of orphans in, 20.
-, watch in, 86, 87, 111, 234, 235.
-, Watchbell Street, 175.
-, water bailiff of, 146, 235.
-, Wayneway in the Camber, 43, 53, 90.
-, woman condemned to death for withcraft in, 136, 137, 139.
-, woods at, 64, 75, 76.

Rye, John of, 43.

Rysely, Thomas son of John de, 422.

Rythyd, David son of John, 291.

Ryves, Dr., King's Advocate, 384.

S

Sabina, Floria daughter of, 379.

Sacheverell, Dr., trial of, 496.

Sackeville:
-, Captain John, M.P. for Rye 178, 189.
-,-, letter of, 174.
-, Robert, letters of, 115, 116.

Sackville, Sir Thomas, letter to, 194.

St. Albans, 106.

St. Albans, Viscount. See Bacon.

St. Aldegonde, 42.

St. Asaph:
-, bishop of, 249. See also Hughes.
-, see of, 272.

St. Christopher's, West Indies, 387.

St. Cremina, William de, 285.

St. Davids, bishop of, 249. See also Middleton;
-, Rudd;
-, Milbourne;
-, Vaughan.

St. Delys, Marie de, 88.

St. Denys, 493.

St. Etheldred liberty, co. Suffolk, 433, 458. chief constables of hundreds in, warrant to, 431.

St. George, —, an officer dangerously wounded in Dublin, 375, 376.

St. Germain in France, 491, 493, 508.
-, castle, 492.
-, forest, 491, 493.

St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 394.

St. Ives, 416.

St. James', letter dated at, 504.

St. James' Palace, 128, 366, 367.
-, letters dated at, 19, 41, 273, 276, 496.

St. John:
-, Roger de, 284.
-, Secretary, 495, 496.

St. John and Margate, co. Kent, 157.

St. Louis, 419.
-, birthplace of, 491.

St. Lucas, 33.

St. Mallowes in Brittany, 11, 32.

St. Martin, Sir Reg. de, 422.

St. Mary-le-Strand, church of, 384.

St. Matthew's Gospel, 507.

St. Nicholas, Thomas, steward of Chancery of Cinque Ports, 223.

St. Peter's, Thanet island, 157.

St. Vallereis in France, 34, 35.

Saldeford, Roger de, 379.

Salis, H. J. de:
-, letters of, 373, 374, 375.
-, letter to, 374.

Salisbury, 494.
-, Cathedral, 424.
-, Court at, letter dated at the, 176.
-, letters dated at, 175, 270.

Salisbury:
-, Earl of, letter of, 449.
-, Henry, 255.
-, Marquess of, removed from office of Chamberlain, 502.

Sallier, M. I'Abbé, librarian to King of France, 494.

Salman, William, 414.

Salop, 247, 252, 262, 264, 270, 277.
-, justices of assize for, letter to, 261.
-, letters dated at, 259, 311.
-, sheriff of, 261, 262, 269.

Salt:
-, scarcity of, 36.
-, tax on foreign, 205.
-, undertakers for sole making of, 205–207.

Salter, Mr., letter to, 69.

Saltpetre, commissions for making recalled, 90.

Sampford hundred, co. Suffolk, 433, 460.

Sampson, Captain, 93.

Samwell, Arthur, letter of, 391.

Sanckey, Captain, 226.

Sancourt, Seigneur de. See Nominant. Sancto Johanne, W. de, 284.

Sandell, Thomas, 416.

Sanders, Oliver, 151.

Sandewyche, Robert, occupier of mystery of saddler at Hereford, 317.

Sandhurst, co. Gloster, 269.

Sandis:
-, Sir Samuel, 270.
-, Sir William, 251, 270.

Sandon, George, depositions of, 34.

Sandwich:
-, co. Kent, 21, 33, 56, 72, 76, 87, 120, 127, 153, 154, 157, 159, 160, 177, 200, 234, 241, 356, 359.
-, ammunition for, 152.
-, barons to Parliament for, 222.
-, letter dated at, 2.
-, mayor of, 9, 13.
-,-, letter of, 2.
-, mayor and jurats of, letters, of, 2, 128, 174, 205.
-,-, letters to, 2, 3, 26, 35, 39, 49, 65, 75, 201, 205 (2), 245.
-, plague in, 147.
-, prison, 10.
-, town clerk. See Kelk.

Sandwich, Lord, 374.

Sanquair, Lord, 148.

Sappho, 477.

Sargant, John, lease to, 361.

Sat, John, 297.

Saumur, letters dated at, 388 (2).

Saunders:
-, James, will of, 363.
-, Samuel, 349.

Saundreville, Thomas and John de, 380.

Savage:
-, George, 389, 392.
-, John, footman of French Ambassador, depositions of, 221. Savery, Robert, letter of, 466.

Savile:
-, Joanna, letter of, 389.
-, Mr., 399

Savoy, the, letters dated at, 173, 258, 260, 261, 273.

Savoy, Duke of, 495.

Saxmundham, letter dated at, 466.

Saym:
-, Gilbert, 293.
-, J., 292.

Scandrett, Jenkin, 331.

Scarborough, co. York, 18, 139, 357.

Schwerin, Marshal, 370. Scilly, isle of, 193.

Sconyn, John, 354.

Scot, John, 354.

cSotland and the Scots:
-, 14, 18, 60, 146, 148, 231, 286, 306, 327, 346, 347, 350, 377, 387, 390, 396, 397, 400, 507.
-, designs of Pretender on north of, 496.
-, Exchequer, Lord Chief Baron of. See Dundas.
-, forces raised in against the realm, 454, 455, 456, 461, 462.
-, keeper of the signet in, 305.
-, loan of, 214.
-, manifesto against, 401.
-, ordnance of, 306.
-, prohibition of traffic with, 216.
-, rebels of, 480.
-, royal historical portraits in, 376.
-, ships of, 119.

Scott [Sir] Walter, 505.
-, William, 61.
-, Mr., proprietor of a theatre in the Strand, 505.

Scotte, Sir Thomas, commission to, 8, 11.

Scrivener, John, account of, 449.

Scrope, Edmond, clerk of council in the Marches, 335.

Scryven, Sir William, 251.

Scudamore:
-, Sir James, 251.
-, Sir John, bart., 249, 251, 270, 271, 340.
-, John, sheriff of Hereford county and steward of Hereford city, letters to, 318, 327.
-,-, writs of, 318, 327.
-, Rowland, porter of council in the Marches, his deputy, 254.
-, William, 306.

Sculle, Sir Walter, knt., 303.

Seaborne, Thomas, 343.

Seabrand, William, 60.

Seafor, Dr., 123.

Seaford:
-, co. Sussex, 157, 356, 358.
-, bailiff and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters to, 139, 152, 197 (2), 203.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.

Seafoule, Edmond and Henry, 431.

Seal, Sir Edmund, baron to Parliament for Hastings, 360.

Seals, the King's, 273.

Searle [?] John, 325.

Seckell, William, 430.

Secretary of State, 187, 188, 384. See also Walsingham;
-, Conway;
-, Windebank;
-, Townshend;
-, Arlington.

Sedan, 88.

Seddlescombe, 226.

Seine, river, 486, 487, 488, 490, 491, 493.

Selby, 456.

Selden, Seldon, John, 400, 420, 471.

Sellack, co. Hereford, 342.

Selwin, Sir Nicholas, 209.

Selwyn, George, 375.

Seneschal, M. le. See Breton.

Sentleger, Nicholas, letter of, 83.

Sere, George, 14.

Serjeants' Inn, letters dated at, 25, 54, 389, 498.

Serlion. See Sierra Leone.

Serlle, Ralph, 38.

Seton, William, rector of Great Ryburgh, 429.

Sewale, Richard, 380.

Sewers:
-, Commissioners of, 64, 385.
-,-, Act concerning, 233.

Seycill, Thomas, 287.

Seym, John, 292.

Seymour, William, son of Lord Beauchamp, 147.

Sfranchi, Jean Nicholas, letter of, 389.

Shakespeare, 477.

Sharley, Sir Thomas, letter to, 37.

Sharpe:
-, Harsy, 31.
-, John, 16.
-, John, of Northiam, 45.

Shaw:
-, Daniel, 279.
-, Richard, 279.

Shawe, Angell, 29.

Sheffelde:
-, Tempest, 105.
-, depositions of, 105.

Shelburne, Lord, 375.

Shelfard, John, 325.

Shelley, Jane, 342.

Shelton:
-, Maurice, 414.
-, Sir Ralph de, knt., 424, 425, 426, 427.

Sheperd:
-, John, James and Richard, 220.
-, Mr., 26, 27.
-, Robert, 45.

Shepherde, Master, 34.

Sheppard, Alexander and William his son, 131.

Sheppey, Countess of, 376.

Sherer, T., 333.

Sheridan, Mr., 505.

Sheriffs:
-, form of oath taken by, 466.
-, and bailiffs, order relating to, 254.

Sherland, Mr., 471.

Sherley, Sir Thomas, baron to Parliament for Hastings, 358.

Sherrard, Thomas, servant of the Chancellor, 303.

Shields, the, salt from, 207.

Shifford:
-, co. Oxon, 389, 391.
-, letters dated at, 389 (2).
-, sequestrators of living of, letter of, 389.

Shinner, Shimer, Nicholas, 213, 215.

Ship Money, 462.
-, assessment of clergy to, 454.

Ships:
-, newly built, ordnance for, 90, 92.

Ships, names of:
-, Anne and Elizabeth, 243.
-, Billinder, 18
-, Black Lyon, 383.
-, Blessing of God, of Rye, 96, 113.
-, Bonaventure, 32, 34, 38, 188.
-, Elizabeth of Chichester, 26.
-, Francis, of Dieppe, 232.
-, Fortune of Hamburg, 15.
-, Gabryell, of Bristol, 108.
-, Gift of God, 78.
-, Guift, 179.
-, Goesoftlie, 32.
-, Grace of God, of Rye, 96.
-, Grayhound, 90.
-, Guodbizete, 354.
-, Hawk, 122.
-, Heline, 62.
-, Hercules, 110, 113.
-, Hope, 97.
-, Hope, of Calais, 314.
-, Hound, 30.
-, Hull, 15.
-, James, 235.
-, Jhesus, of Rye, 97.
-, Lesperance, 30, 33, 35, 36, 43, 45.
-, —, of Oleron, 32.
-, Marling, of Weymouth, 43.
-, Mary Thomas, 24.
-, Merlin, 219.
-, Nicholas, of Newhaven, 36.
-, Phœnix, 375.
-, St. John, of Allaredo, 69.
-, St. Mark, of Straalsund, 221.
-, Seigneur de Porte, of Portugal, 31.
-, Sun, 383.
-, White Cock, of Dover, 10.
-, Will of God, of Dieppe, 33.

Shipway:
-, Court of, for Eastern Ports, 194.
-,-, Lord Warden sworn in at, 149, 361.

Shirburne, Richard, 250.

Shires with fishing towns, knights of the, 18.

Shobdon, co. Hereford, 342.

Shockledge, John, 272.

Shoreham:
-, co. Sussex, 27, 213.
-, customers and officers of, letter to, 178.
-, ship money assessed upon, 198.

Shorley, Shurley:
-, Serjeant John, counsel of Rye, 140, 148.
-,-, counsel of Hastings, 360.
-,-, letters of, 158, 187, 204.
-,-, letter to, 137.

Short:
-, John, 188, 191.
-, Mr., 212.
-, Samuel, 162.

Shortt, Edward and George, 116.

Shotwick Park, co. Chester, 263.

Shoven, John 33.

Shrewsbury:
-, co. Salop, 261, 273, 277.
-, bailiffs of, 261.
-, documents dated at, 252, 254 (3), 309, 311.

Shrewsbury, George Talbot, Earl of, 69, 127, 333.

Shrivenham, co. Berks, church of, 384.

Shuter, Henry, 276.

Shuttleworth:
-, Sir Richard, justice of Chester, 248, 257.
-,-, letter to, 248.

Siciliano, Vincentio, 33.

Siddons Henry, patentee of Theatre Royal Edinburgh, 505.

Sidlesham, co. Sussex, 54.

Sidney, Sir Henry, Lord President of the Marches, 331.

Sierra Leone, 38.

Signet, clerk of the, 453.

Sigoine, Sigonges, Sigrine, &c.:
-, Monsieur, mayor of Dieppe, 44.
-,-, letter of, 48.
-,-, letter to, 23, 28, 44, 46, 50.

Silesia, 370.

Silliard, Mr., 383.

Simmons, Samuel, physician extraordinary to George III., 503.

Simon Magus, 396.

Simpson:
-, Francis, Serjeant of the Admiralty, letter of, 388.
-, Thomas, 15.
-, William, 15.

Simson, William, 222.

Sinaii, John, 37.

Sire, Thomas le, 379.

Sirius, 477.

Sixteen, the, 500.

Skelton, Lady Barbara, 365.

Skinfrith, co. Monmouth, 315.

Skinner, John, 155.

Skiptone, John and Joan his sister, 151.

Skirme, William, attorney of court of the Marches, 260.

Skydmore, Richard, mayor of Hereford, 290, 291.

Skynner, Edward, 149.

Skynnere, Roger, 426.

Skypper, Simon, mayor of Arundel, 37.

Sloane, Dr., 367.

Sluse [Sluys], 390.

Smarden, co. Kent, 394.

Smith:
-, Adam, 382.
-, Captain, 229, 233.
-, Edward, 65.
-, Francis, 341.
-, Sir Humphrey, justice, 270.
-, Mr., M.P. for Leicestershire, 478, 480.
-, Otwell, 105.
-, Richard, 259, 262.
-, Colonel Robert, admitted to freedom of Hastings, 363.
-, William, 364.

Smothie:
-, William, mayor of Hereford, 319, 322.
-,-, letters to, 318, 319.

Smyth:
-, Henry, receiver of first fruits of bishop of Norwich, 412.
-, John, 62.
-, John, vicar of Rye, 120, 121.
-,-, complaints against, 122.
-,-, his wife, 121.
-, Robert, 339.
-, Thomas, and his wife and daughter, 271.
-, Thomas, 320, 339.
-, W., letter of, 238.
-, William, 229.

Smyth alias Bocher, Robert, 427.

Smythick, co. Cornwall, 402.

Smytht:
-, William Anglice, will of, 303.
-,-, his son, Thomas, 303.

Snape, orders dated at, 466.

Snape Bridge, 437.

Snell, John, chaplain of St. Giles's, Hereford, 329.

Snepp, John, 143.

Snoring:
-, co, Norfolk, 414.
-, Little, 424, 425.

Snoryng, John de, prior of Walsingham, 424.

Snowdon Forest, co. Carnarvon, 263.

Sohier, Soyer, Soier:
-, Cornelis, 3, 24, 59, 62 (2).
-,-, buys up all the candles in Rye, 25.
-,-, his household, 6.
-, John, 70.
-, Lewis, 7, 60.

Soissons, Count de, 489. See also Bourbon.

Soldiers, 449, 450, 459, 469.
-, complaints as to billeting of, 452.
-, Irish or English not to serve any power or prince without orders, 196.
-, reform of march of, 453.
-, returning from beyond seas without passports, 105, 106.
-, raised for the king's service, 210, 211, 212, 213.

Solers, Sir Henry de, sheriff of Hereford, 295.

Solicitor General, 495, 500. See also Egerton.

Somer, co. Norfolk, 431.

Somerset, Duke of, privy councillor, 495.

Somerset House, 407.
-, destruction of monuments in Capuchin chapel, 396.
-, letter dated at, 103.

Sommellier, Piere and his wife, 6.

Sonursete, Robert de, 294.

Sottewelle, Robert de, 380.

Soudan, Stephen, 284.

Sourville, Gabriel, 70.

Southampton, 115, 205, 206, 207.
-, county, 189, 207.
-, Earl of, 123, 126, 441.
-, T., Earl of, letter of, 466.

Southby, Edward, 391.

South Sea Company, 414.

Southwark:
-, bailiff of, 385.
-, compter prison in, 385.
-, letter dated at, 63.
-, The Rules in, 398.
-, St. George's, constables of, 391.
-, St. Thomas' Hospital, letter to governors of, 225.
-, Spurre Inn, 225.
-, Thatched House, 398.

Southwell Abbey, 484.

South West Ports, the, 205, 206, 207.

Southwold, co. Suffolk, 383, 443, 447, 451.

Sowe:
-, the, 131, 141, 142, 148.
-, plan of, 144.
-, right to fish in, 143.
-, termed by the French the Vergoye and the Aleppo, 143.
-, Spain and the Spaniards, 33, 93, 98, 107, 111, 125, 172, 180, 186, 201, 208, 234, 360, 372, 383, 384, 393, 395, 446.
-, ambassador from, to England, 149, 212, 383.
-, Englishmen intending to serve in army of, 161.
-, English ships taken by a man-of-war of, 232.
-, fleet of, 47.
-, great fleet of in aid of French king, 189.
-, King of, 49, 181, 321, 372, 393, 495, See also Philip.
-, league with, 150.
-, peace with, 193.
-, preparations in against the realm, 112, 119, 356, 436, 447.

Spaldin, John, 460.

Spandau, 370.

Spanish Armada, 183.

Sparcheforde, Archdeacon, 326.

Speiklin, Robert, 22.

Spelman, Henry, 429.

Spencer:
-, Colonel, 240.
-, John, 248.
-, Lord, letters of and to, 191.
-, Richard, 237, 241.
-,-, death of, 243.
-,-, letters of, 238 (2), 241, 242.
-,-, letters to, 238, 241 (2).

Spicer, Roger, burgess of Hereford, 313.

Spigurnel, Sir Henry, justice, 297.

Spinola, Marquis, 435.

Spoo, John, 426.

Sporyour, Thomas, 300.

Spotted Deer, difficulty of procuring, 496.

Sprot, Stephen, 354.

Squyer, Chypman, 306.

Squyre, Roger, petition of. 337.

Stackpole Court, co. Pembroke, 410, 419.

Stafford county, 472.

Stafford:
-, Edward, Lord, 249.
-, Sir John, 251.

Stair, Lord, 367.

Stamford, Brasenose College at, 375.

Stanford:
-, co. Norfolk, 478, 480.
-, church, 479.
-, Hall, 479.

Stanhope:
-, General, 366, 367.
-, Sir John, privy councillor, petition to, 127.

Stanhow, co. Norfolk, 431.

Stanley:
-, Sir Edward, 384.
-, Mr., 374.

Sir William, his lieutenant Jaques, 113.

Stapeley, John, 320.

Staple Inn, 254.
-, letter dated at, 141.

Staplest, Nicholas, grant by, 355.

Star Chamber, 71, 125, 250, 255, 274, 454.
-, document dated at, 454.
-, speech by the King in, 250.

Starch, making of, 116, 242.

Starculf, Thomas, grant to, 354.

Stare, Alice, wife of Joseph, 145.

Starkie, John, 387.

Starre, Roger, 22.

Startweight, William, will of, 411.

States, the, 190.

Staunford, Sir Richard de, 295.

Staunton-on-Arrow, co. Hereford, 290.

Staunton-on-Wye, co. Hereford, 290, 342.
-, constables of, 345.
-, depositions concerning puritan minister of, 343–345.

Stayvorde, Richard de, 293.

Stedman, John, sheriff of Carmarthen, 271.

Steele, Sir Richard, his opposition to Lord Chamberlain's jurisdiction over his theatre, 505.

Stenghill, John, 22.

Stepany, Captain, 60.

Stephen, Antony, captain of a gipsy band, 310.

Stephens, Leonard, 340.

Stepney, Mr., 498.

Stevens, Stephens, Thomas, groom of the Wardrobe in Wales, 258, 263.

Steward, Captain, 60.

Steward:
-, Sir Edward, captain of a ship-of-war, 384.
-, Sir Symeon, deputy-lieutenant of Cambridge, 441.

Stewart, Mr., 414.

Stewarts Hide, 290.

Stibbard:
-, co. Norfolk, 412, 424.
-, Heath, 414.
-, plan of, 418.

Stiffkey, co. Norfolk, 431.

Stillingfleet's Tracts, 375.

Stillyard, merchants of the, 3.

Stin, Pierra de, lord of Villerez, 89.

Stocal, Captain, 388.

Stocklow, 290.

Stocton, John, 383.

Stodeye, John de, 423.

Stody, co. Norfolk, 410, 414, 416, 427, 430, 432.
-, plan of, 417.

Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, 271.

Stone, isle of Oxney, 43.

Stone, Thomas, bellfounder, 339.

Stoneham:
-, John, of the King's Guard, takes in hand amendment of Rye haven, 145.
-, John, view of salts in Rye by, 90.

Stonehouse, Plymouth, 108.

Stonihurst, co. Lancaster, 250.

Storme, Richard, 122.

Stoughton, Adrian, letter to, 115.

Stoune, the, 90.

Stow hundred, co. Suffolk, 433.

Stowel, —, 394.

Stowmarket:
-, co. Suffolk, 438.
-, documents dated at, 449, 455, 461.

Straalsund in Sweeden, 221.

Strachey, Mr., letter to, 506.

Stradlinge, Sir John, bart., 254.

Straits, the, 152, 153.

Strand, letter dated at the, 388.

Straunge:
-, Sir John and Eleanor his wife, 424.
-, Sir John le and Eleanor his wife, 425.

Streekeman, Tobias, 138.

Stretfeld, Robert, 108.

Stretton:
-, co. Hereford, 342.
-, co. Salop, manor of, 272.

Strettone:
-, John de, 293.
-, Thomas de, 297.

Strode, Colonel, letter of, 362.

Stroud, —, 384.

Stuart:
-, Lady Arabella, 147, 507.
-, Lord Henry, 498.

Stubbe, Richard, 430.

Stubbs, Sheffield, letter of, 391.

Stunt, Michael, 357.

Sturmy, John, 424.

Subsidies, allowance out of, to the Cinque Ports, 241.

Sucklinge, Jo., 444.

Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 440, 442, 450, 469, 472.
-, Crown Inn, 439.
-, petition of weavers and others of, 452.

Sudbury, Master Simon de, 416.

Suffolk county, 48, 49, 210, 211, 405, 434, 469.
-, assessments in, 433, 438, 439, 441, 458, 468.
-, beacons in, 435, 437, 443, 448, 452, 457, 466, 467, 468.
-, chief constables, of, 446, 448, 449, 456, 458, 462.
-,-, form of oath of, 439.
-, court books, bailiffs' accounts, &c., 420, 421.
-, decay of clothing trade of, 439, 440, 441, 452.
-, deputy lieutenants of, 434, 435, 438, 467.
-,-, letter books of, 419, 420, 433.
-,-, letters, &c. of, 439, 443, 446, 447, 448, 449, 452, 455, 456, 458, 459, 460, 461, 464, 465, 466, 468.
-,-, letters, &c. to, 436, 437, 438, 440, 442, 444–450, 454, 457–461, 464–469.
-, expected invasion of, 443, 447, 453, 466, 467.
-, justices of assizes in, letters to, 434, 440.
-,-, order of, 463.
-, justices of the peace, letters, &c. of, 437, 438, 439, 448, 450, 463.
-,-, letters to, 435, 436, 439, 443, 449, 450, 464, 465.
-,-, negligence of, 465.
-, lord lieutenant of, 435, 452, 460.
-, muster-master of, 428.
-, musters of, 434, 435, 436, 438, 442, 443, 444, 445, 448, 449, 451, 452, 454–462, 464, 466–469.
-, presentments at assizes, 462, 463.
-, remonstrance from, 450.
-, royal aid in, 447, 448, 449, 450, 465, 466, 468.
-, scareity of corn in, 440.
-, sheriff of, 448.
-, tax raised in for militia, 464.
-, treasurers for charitable uses and maimed soldiers in, 438.

Suffolk:
-, James Howard, Earl of Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, 461, 467.
-, letters of, 461, 464, 465, 467, 468, 469.
-, letters to, 461, 462, 463, 465–469.
-, Theophilis Howard, Earl of, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, Cambridge and Dorset, 191, 192, 194, 196, 197, 201, 203, 204, 212, 420, 452, 453, 459, 460.
-,-, his deputy, 196.
-,-, letters of, 190, 192, 193, 200, 202, 203 (2), 205, 208 (2), 209 (3), 446–453, 455, 457–460.
-, letters to, 192–195, 197, 208 (2), 210 (2), 447–451, 453–459.
-, Lieutenant General of Cambridge and Dorset, 455.
-, Thomas, his son, 209.
-, Thomas Howard, Earl of, Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk and Cambridge, 441, 443.
-,-, letters of, 434, 436, 437, 443, 444, 445.
-,-, letters to, 434, 435, 438, 441, 442–446.

Suffolk, Lord, 500.

Suffolk House, letters dated at, 192, 200, 202, 203 (2), 205, 208, 209 (3), 457, 458, 459.

Sulveyes, co. Suffolk 409.

Sunderland, Lord, 495.

Supremacy, oath of, 161, 257, 467.

Surrey, county, 156, 189.

Sussex, county, 17, 19, 29, 43, 54, 91, 103, 114, 147, 156, 168, 178, 189, 194, 214, 242.
-, beacons of, 113.
-, commissioners of, 242.
-, committee of, at Lewes, 213, 214, 363.
-,-, letters of, 213 (2), 216.
-,-, letters to, 213, 214, 217.
-, deputy-lieutenant of, letter to, 197.
-, justices of the peace of, 34.
-,-, letters to, 102, 115.
-, knights of, 142, 223, 224.
-, lord lieutenant of, 34, 113, 173.
-, musters in, 98, 197.
-,-, commissioners of, 58. letter to, 37.
-, press master in, 177.
-, proposed benevolence in in aid of Rye harbour, 115, 142.
-, restraint of vessels in, 178.
-, sheriff of, 197, 198, 204.
-, ship money in, 197, 200, 204, 209.
-, soldiers levied in desert with their arms, 102.
-, vice-admirals and officers of ports of, order to, 112.

Sussex:
-, Duke of, 506.
-, Earl of. See Lennard.
-, Sutton, co. Hereford, 271, 342.

Sutton, Lord Robert, 484.

Swale, John, 385.

Swan, Humphrey, 385.

Swansea, 248, 249.

Swanstone, John, 300.

Swapper, Susan wife of Roger, a witch, 140, 147.

Swartawale-by-the-Brille, 16.

Swayles, Thomas, 343.

Swayne:
-, John and his wife, 6.
-, John, 117.

Sweden and the Swedes, 161, 221, 225.
-, King of, English volunteers for service of, 194.
-,-, English man-of-war commissioned by, 233.
-, Sweet, Mr., 374.

Sweetinge:
-, Augustyne, will of, 20, 29.
-,-, Margaret his wife, 20, 29.
-,-, Thomas, Harry, Susan, and Bridget, his children, 20.

Swift, Jonathan, dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, letter of, 404.

Swollis, Spitloff of, 42.

Swynefeld, Richard de, prebendary of Berton, 292.

Swynett, Thomas, 44.

Sy . . . , William, 325.

Sydenham, Mr., 498.

Sydney:
-, Colonel, governor of Dover Castle, 216.
-, H., privy councillor, 333.
-, Henry, Viscount, Lord Warden, letter of, 362.

Syere, George, jurat of Rye, 45.

Symondes, Edward, letters of, 414.

Symonds, William, 263.

Symons, Robert, 60.

Sympson, Anne, passport for, 124.

T

Taber, Richard, 329.

Taddington, co. Hereford, 342.

Taillour, Richard, 300.

Tailor, Steven, 69.

Tailour, Thomas, 289.

Talbot:
-, Richard, 297.
-, Sherington, 256.

Talliccio, Golpino da, and his servant, 33.

Talmache, Sir Lionel, bart., deputy lieutenant of Suffolk, 436, 437, 441.

Tamworth Castle, 472.

Tanner, John, vicar of All Saints, Hereford, 300.

Tanners, statute of, 56.

Targo in Holland, 27.

Tarp, Matthew, of Haukhurst, depositions of, 46.

Tartary, 482.

Tate, —, 99.

Tatterford, 410, 412.

Tattersett, 412.

Tattershall, 485.

Taverner, John, surveyor of woods, 249.

Tayleare:
-, Edward, will of, 314.
-, Agnes, wife, and Richard, son of, 314.

Tayler:
-, Anne wife of George, indicted for witchcraft, 136, 137, 139, 140, 144, 148.
-, Richard, 304.

Taylor:
-, —, and Tom his son, 505.
-, Colonel C. H., letter of, 506.
-, Lieutenant, 372.
-, Roger le, 296.

Thomas, messenger of council in the Marches, 268, 272, 277.

Taylor, Taillor, Theo., letters of, 388.

Taylour, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 355. his wife, 355.

Tedstone, 290.

Teheran, Persia, letter dated at, 506.

Tellier, Nicholas le, 6.

Tembricke, John, 70.

Temple, Master of the, 295.

Temple, Sir R., creation of as a baronet, 366.

Tenbury, co. Worcester, 106.

Tench, —, of Sandwich, 33.

Tenison, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, his library in Westminster, 507.

Tennis, the game, 314.

Tenterden:
-, Tenterden, co. Kent, member of Rye, 43, 58, 86, 87, 137, 148, 155, 226, 243.
-, bailiff of. See Hailes.
-, bailiff and jurats of, 205.
-,-, letters of, 162, 227.
-,-, letters to, 26, 43, 139, 152, 197, 203, 227.
-, disputes of with Rye, 243.
-, letter from corporation of, 116.
-, letters dated at, 158, 226.
-, new charter for, 89.

Tenterden, Reading and Smalled, 157.

Terra del Espirito Santo, 373.

Terrant, Robert, 385.

Terrie, Captain, 62.

Testerton, co. Norfolk, 410, 432.

Tetbury Castle, 472.

Thame, co. Oxon, 403.

Thames, river, 118, 168, 190.

Thanet Island, co. Kent, 22, 56, 76.

Tharbanne. See Thurbanne.

Theatres, petitions and memorials respecting, 503, 504, 505.

Thebaud, Thomas son of William, 284.

Theobalds:
-, court at, document dated from the, 193.
-, letters dated at, 163, 173, 250, 256, 279.

Theubaud, John, 295.

Thomas:
-, David, 275.
-, the deacon, 300.
-, Hendrike, his ship and crew stayed for piracy, 12.
-, Lewis, sheriff of Glamorgan, 271.
-, Mark, mayor of Rye, Speaker of the Ports, 149, 150.
-,-, baron to Parliament for Rye, 233.
-,-, deputy mayor of Rye, letter of, 201.
-,-, letters to, 151, 194, 235.
-, Morgan, 348.
-, William, letter to, 204.
-, Sir William, 254.
-, Sir William, bart., 395.

Thornage, co. Norfolk, 406, 407, 408, 410, 414, 416, 423, 429, 432.

Thornborough, John, bishop of Worcester, 270.
-, letter to, 264.

Thornbury, co. Hereford, 342.

Thorndis manor, co. Norfolk, 421.

Thornes, Robert, receiver of fees of court of the Marches, 274, 277.

Thorneton, John, 22.

Thorney Wall, 148.

Thornham, co. Norfolk, 407–410, 431.

Thornton, Mr., chaff-wax, 387.

Thorp, Elias de, 380.

Thorpe, George, 76.

Thorpe Ness, co. Suffolk, 443.

Threlkeld, Edward, doctor of laws, J.P., 333.

Throckmorton:
-, Sir Thomas, 248.
-, Sir William, bart., 254.

Thurbane, Mr., 241.

Thurbarne, Thurbanne, Tharbanne, James, counsel for Rye, 137, 146, 148, 160.
-, death of, 187.
-, letter of, 151.

Thurloe, John, clerk of the Council, letter of, 220.
-, letters to, 222, 224.

Thynn, Thomas, M.P., 272.

Thynne, John, 273.

Tickenham Grange, co. Essex, 897.

Tickenhill, King's house at, 253, 270.

Tilbury:
-, co. Essex, 225.
-, camp, 183.

Tilden, Daniel, jurat of Winchelsea, 165.

Tillington, 309.

Tilney, Lord, 372.

Tin farmers, their money seized by the Parliament, 281.

Tipetote, Robert de, the Treasurer, 295.

Tiser, Thomas, 385.

Titian, painting by, 376.

Tobacco, planting of, prohibited, 240.

Tokeley, Robert, petition of, 394.

Tokens, John, 122.

Toleration Act, return by quakers under, 351.

Tolken:
-, Mr., 23.
-, William, deputy-mayor of Rye, letters to, 89, 94, 95.

Tolkin, William, 16.

Tollin, Pierre, 62.

Tomlyn, Alexander, father and son, quacks, 17.

Tope, Thomas, bailiff of tolls at Hereford, 297.

Toppey (?), Anthony, 37.

Torchy, Jan de, 6.

Tornekin, Ralph de, 422.

Tornoye, Patrick, 71.

Torrington, 387.

Torsey, John, depositions of, 35.

Toster, in France, 486.

Totnes, Earl of, Master of the Ordnance, letter to, 451.

Totton, John, pressmaster in Sussex, letter to, 177.

Townshend, Thomas, 413.

Towcester:
-, co. Northants, 478.
-, letters dated at, 415, 471, 478.

Towneshend:
-, Henry, a justice of North Wales and Chester, 247, 249, 250, 258, 259, 262, 263, 264, 268, 335.
-,-, certificates of, 250, 261.
-,-, Vice-President of council in the Marches, 260.
-, Robert, 428.
-, Roger, 414, 428.

Townshend:
-, Lord, 414.
-,-, Secretary of State, 365.
-, Town Sutton, 189.

Tracy, Sir John, 270, 416.

Traherne, Richard, 351.

Trained bands, 176, 210, 442, 443, 445, 446, 449, 451, 455, 456, 457, 461, 462.

Transubstantiation, declarations against, 364.

Traporte, Treaport, Treyport, in France, 77, 136, 137, 180.

Traunter, Henry, 346.

Treasurer at Wars. See Uvedall.

Treasurer, Lord High, 160, 208, 466. See also Cecil;
-, Cranfield;
-, Tipetote.

Treasury, the, 397.
-, Lords of, 495, 496.
-,-, letter of, 468.

Treasury Chambers, letters dated at, 466, 468.

Treavor, Sir Richard, 249.

Trefnant, John, bishop of Hereford, 303.

Tregyb in Llandilovawr, co. Carmarthen, 259.

Trehearne, Philip, common councillor of Hereford, 340.

Treil in France, 491.

Trendel, Thomas, 423.

Trendil, John, 411.

Trent:
-, river, 483, 484.
-, Captain General on this side, 461.

Tresdemer, Francis, 63.

Tresegnys, Francis, his wife and daughter 59.

Treville, 291.

Trevor:
-, Thomas, 262.
-, Thomas, speaker of House of Commons, letter of, 272.

Trim, co. Westmeath, 243.

Tring, 393.

Troney, John, 287, 291.

Tronge, John, letter of, 316.

Tronwyn, Sir John, knt., and Pernia his wife, 290.

Trotman, Henry, attorney of court in the Marches, 272.

Trowbridge, 329.

Trowe, John, bailiff of Hereford, 290.

Troy, siege of, 285.

Trumball, Sir William, 365.

Trussell, Edward, 385.

Tryon, Governor, 373.

Tryte, Thomas, clerk of court in the Marches, 272.

Tuar, Thomas, bursar of St. John's, Oxford, 384.

Tufton, Sir John, 147.

Tuke, Brian, treasurer of the Chamber, 428.

Tullye, John, 252.

Tunbridge, co. Kent, 58.

Tunio [Tunis], pirates of, 152.

Turbervile, Thomas, 293.

Turc, Henry le, 291.

Turenne, Marshall, letter from officer serving under, 389.

Turford, co. Hereford, 342.

Turkey, 20, 172.

Turner:
-, —, 148.
-, Edward, 45.
-, Henry, petition of, 395.
-, Peter, M.D., 385, 420, 470.

Turnor:
-, John of Coddington, 277.
-, John of Coldwall, 277.

Turnour, Timothy, solicitor of court in the Marches, 273, 278.

Turrell, Thomas, letter of, 462.

Tuttisham, Anthony, 157.

Twaytes, Thomas, churchwarden of All Saints, Hastings, 355.

Twyford, 428.

Twynborowe, Thomas, pass for, 327.

Twyne, Bryant, vicar of Rye, 162, 174.

Twysden:
-, Sir William, 135.
-, his house in Red Cross Street, 146.
-, letters of, 134, 135, 144, 162.
-, letters to, 134, 146.

Tychwell, 431.

Tyddeman, Henry, 135.

Tygg, Robert, 116.

Tylden, John and Thomas, 116.

Tymworth, 430.

Tyrell, Sir Thomas, 428.

Tyrrell, Harry, petition of, 396.

Tyrwhitt, Tirwhitt:
-, Robert, 275.
-,-, clerk of the billets for Wales, his deputies, 276.

Tyse (?), Harmon, safe conduct for, 30.

Tytleshale [? Titteshall], co. Norfolk.

U

Udymer [Udimore], co. Sussex, 57, 104, 147.

Ulchote, Sir William de, grant to, 379.

Underburt, William, 379.

Underhill, John, Dean of St. Nicholas's, Wallingford Castle, 380.

Underwood, William, letter of, 353.

Unet, William, 320.

United Provinces:
-, the, 161, 190, 233, 390, 436.
-, agent to raise men for King of Morocco in, 382.
-, States General of, petition for assistance, 441.

Universities, Commission to reform the, 216.

Upton Bishop, co. Hereford, 342.

Urz, river, 488.

Utrecht, treaty of, 367.

Utuxater [Uttoxeter], 472.

Uvedale, —, serjeant-at-law, 309.

Uvedall, Sir William, treasurer at wars, 458.

Uxbridge:
-, Lord, his seat in Staffordshire, 472.
-, Lady, letter of, 498.

V

Vagabonds, repression of, 310, 317, 389.

Vaham, Mr., 385.

Val, Nicholas du, 89.

Vale, James, warden of Redgrave grammar school, 430.

Valencin, Valenciennes, 59.

Vallery, Captain, 60.

Vanderberges, Earl of, 42

Vanderdrop, Arnold, lord of Mansarte, 42.

Vandenleple, lord of, 42.

Vanderta:
-, Adolphe, 42.
-, Philip, 42.

Van Mal, Monsieur, agent of the Archduchess, 172.

Vann, co. Glamorgan, 383.

Vannissein, Marthe wife of Jehan Lyein, 88.

Vanvost, John, 138.

Vassage, Mary, 78.

Vatmer, Gillam, of Rye, 85.

Vandreuil in France, 488.

Vaughan:
-, Charles, 343.
-, Edward, bishop of St. Davids, 305.
-, Robert, 275.
-, Thomas, 314.
-,-, depositions of, 345.
-, Walter, 274.
-, William, King's solicitor, 253.

Vaux, Charles Grant, Vicomte de, petition of, 506.

Vauxhall, 493.

Vawere, William, mayor of Bristol, 339.

Veale, Richard, 325, 328.

Veisey, Robert, letter of, 391.

Venables, R., letter of, 387.

Venerie, the, letter dated at, 495.

Venice, 62, 161.
-, agent of, 389.
-, ambassador from to England, 174.
-, letter from Senate of, 389.

Venus, 477.

Verbum:
-, John, will of, 302.
-, Cecilia, wife, and Cecilia and Thomas, children of, 302.
-, Verney, John, 275.

Vernon:
-, Mr., 472.
-, Sir H., letter of, 466.
-, Ro., letter of, 436.
-, Sir Robert, 251 (2).

Vernon on the Seine, 489, 490.

Verrall, Verroll, Ferrall, Thomas and William, stayed at Dieppe as pirates, 24.
-, Johan and Alice their wives, 24.
-, William, petition of, 28, 34.

Verrio, paintings by, 477.

Verron, Nicholas, 38.

Verulam, Earl of. See Bacon.

Veryer, Feryer, Thomas and Alice his daughter, 98.

Veysey, Robert, declaration of, 385.

Villeotz, Seigneur de, 88.

Villerez in France, 89.
-, Lord of. See Stin.

Vincent:
-, Francis, letter of, 236.
-, John, 35.
-, Robert, clerk to Lord Cobham, 44.

Violett, Henry, 416.

Virgil, 475, 481.

Virginia, lottery in aid of Colony of, 437.

Voltaire, 368.

Voluntary contributions, request for by the King, 254.

Voquelyn, Michael, 111.

Voughan, Francis, pass for, 339.

Vow Church, co. Hereford, 342.
-, Vowell, Richard, prior of Little Walsingham, 428.

Vymew, Jaques de, 35.

W

W., Sir G., 414.

Wade:
-, John, 297.
-, William, 385.

Wadland, Thomas, petition of, 306.

Wadson, John and Catherine his wife, 412.

Waihol, Agnes le, 380.

Wainsford, Mr., 471.

Wakefield, Heath near, 105.

Walcote, Sir Walter de, knt., 425.

Walcott, Humphry, J.P. for Salop, 281.

Waldegrave:
-, Captain, his trained band, 458, 459.
-, John, 455.
-, Thomas, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 464, 465, 467.
-, Sir William, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 435, 459, 460.

Walden, Humfrey, surgeon, bond of, 339.

Waldern, William de, bailiff in Hastings, 354.

Wale, William, 146.

Wales and Welshmen, 179, 243, 248, 250, 254, 257, 260, 264, 272, 287, 298, 313, 325, 338, 339, 373.
-, marches of, 127, 256, 261.
-,-, Council in, 247–256, 258, 259, 261, 264, 268–270, 273–276, 280, 309, 317, 323, 326, 327, 335, 336. letters and orders of, 248, 250–253, 255, 258, 261–264, 268–270, 272, 274–277, 309, 311, 312, 328, 329, 331, 332, 335–337. letters and petitions to, 247–252, 255–258, 261, 262, 264, 268, 270, 272–279, 306, 309, 310, 312, 318, 319, 327, 329, 332. chaplain of, 266. clerk of the billets to, 275, 276. clerks of, 249, 259, 272, 273, 275, 335. household of, 270, 275, 276. clerk of the kitchen, 267. diet for, 264, 267, 280. groom of the wardrobe, 258. office of clerk of signet in, 259, 275. steward of, 249, 263, 266. yeoman, usher of, 259. instructions to, 264–267. Lord President of, 257, 258, 265, 280. See also Pembroke, Zouch, Northampton, Egerton, Eure. Vice - President of, 265, 272. See also Needham, Townshend.
-,-, Court of, 250, 252, 253, 257, 259, 261, 263, 270, 271, 274, 272, 274, 275.
-,-, affidavits in, 275, 280.
-,-, attorneys, examiners and solicitors of, 248, 251, 252, 256, 260, 265, 268, 269, 271, 272, 273, 275, 278. orders to, 278.
-,-, counsel to, 279.
-,-, messenger of 254, 256, 261, 268, 269, 277.
-,-, petition of justices of, 280.
-,-, porter of, 251, 254, 271, 276. prison in his lodge, 271, 272.
-,-, receiver of fines in, 253, 269, 264, 269, 274.
-,-, records of, 259, 272.
-,-, Remembrancer's office, 250, 255, 272.
-,-, secretary and clerk of, 274, 275.
-,-, Sergeants-at-Arms of, 259, 261, 263, 269, 277.
-,-, council of Prince Charles in, 262. orders of, 255 (2), 256, 262.
-,-, council of Princess Mary in, letters of, 310, 314. petition to, 310.
-,-, letter to deputy-lieutenants in, 254.
-, ports in, 261.
-, remonstrance of justices of, 280.
-, sheriffs of, 271.

Wales, North, 247, 249, 257, 395.
-, Chief Justice of, 257.
-, Queen's Attorney in, 249,
-, Receiver of, 267.

Wales, South, 247, 249.
-, Queen's secretary in, 247.
-, Receiver of, 267.

Walet, Mr., 99.

Walewene, Edward, 325.

Walkefare:
-, Eleanor, daughter of Sir Richard de 425.
-, Sir Robert, 412, 416.
-, Robert de, knt., 423, 424.
-, Robert son of John de, 422.

Walkefare Family, the, 410.

Walker:
-, Ch., his History of Independency, 400.
-, John, 150.
-, Robert, vicar choral of Hereford Cathedral, 299.
-, Thomas, 75.

Walker:
-, [? Walter,] Sir John, Lord Chief Baron, letter signed by, 463.

Wall:
-, Henry, 343.
-, Philip, 281.
-, Walter, J.P., 344, 345.

Walle, Thomas, 312.

Waller:
-, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 361.
-, Sir Thomas, knt., lieutenant of Dover Castle, letters of, 130, 142 (2), 143, 147.
-,-, letters to, 137, 139, 142.
-,-, his son, 160.
-, Sir William, 386, 388.

Walley, John, 331.

Wallingford, assessment of, 384.

Wallingford Castle, High Steward of, 381.
-, St. Nicholas College in, lease by dean and chapter of 380.
-,-, dean and fellows of, 380.

Wallingford Honor, tenants of exempt from tolls, 381.

Wallingford House, letters dated at, 172 (2), 190.

Wallis, Mary, 1.

Wallisford, Robert de, clerk of the Exchequer, 294.

Wallons, 181.

Wallop:
-, Sir Henry, 255, 256.
-, Thomas, 135.

Wallwene, Leonard, 339.

Walmer, co. Kent, 157.

Walpoole, Francis, 222.

Walsham, 412.

Walsham, William de, canon of Salisbury, 424.

Walsingham, co. Norfolk, 410, 426, 427, Priory, 407, 410, 412, 422, 424, 425, 426, 427.
-, St. Anne's chapel in, 426.
-, Hugh, prior of, 426.
-, John, prior of, 427.
-, prior of, 413, 414, 424.

Walsingham, Little, deed dated at, 425.

Walsingham, Sir Francis, Secretary of State, 23, 24, 48, 81, 333, 376, 430.
-, letters of, 62, 70, 82, 91.
-, letters to, 69, 81, 82, 92.
-, his servant, 62.

Walter:
-, Sir John, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 176. See also Walker.
-, John, 343.
-, Sir William, 470.

Walters, Edmund, a justice of South Wales, 247.

Walterston, co. Hereford, 342.

Walton:
-, John, parson of Aston Ingayne, 303.
-, Thomas, 343.

Walwin, Ely, 348.

Walwyn, George and William, 314.

Walyngford, William de, 380.

Wangford, hundred, co. Suffolk, 433.

Wanter, Walter de, 292.

Wanting [Wantage, co. Berks], letter dated at, 392.

Warberton, Sir Peter, Justice of the Common Pleas, 254,.

Warbleton, co. Sussex, 231.

Warburton, Sir Philip, 473.

Warcopp, Samuel, bailiff of Southwark and keeper of compter prison, return by, 385.

Ward:
-, Frances, 398, 399.
-, Philip, petition of, 396.
-, Robert, letter of, 402.
-, Thomas, letter of, 402.
-,-, letter of, 496.
-, William, mayor of Dover and lieutenant of Dover Castle, 154.
-,-, letters of, 152, 155.
-,-, letters to, 154, 155, 157.

Warde:
-, Mr., 143.
-, Richard, mayor of Lincoln, 387.

Wardrobe, the, 128, 129, 295.

Wards and Liveries:
-, court of, 250.
-,-, order of, 271.

Warewicke, Nich. de, serjeant at the Bench, 295.

Warin, Gilbert son of, 379.

Warmecombe, Richard, letter of, 313.

Warminster, Vincent, 309.

Warne, Gregory, 430.

Warren, William, Earl, 421.

Warren:
-, —, lecturer of Rye, 162, 170.
-, Captain Peter, 219, 220.

Warton, co. Hereford, 342.

Wartre, documents dated at, 285.

Warwick 471.
-, Castle, 471.

Warwick county, 472.

Warwick:
-, Ambrose Dudley, Earl of, Master of the Ordnance, 55, 92.
-,-, indenture of, 1.
-, Guy, Earl of, Admiral of Navy of the Parliament, 396, 444, 445.
-,-, letters to, 214, 215.

Waryn, William, 299.

Wasseburne, Anthony, 320.

Wasteel, Pieter, 42.

Waterden, co. Norfolk, 431.

Waterford in Ireland, 117, 118.

Waterman:
-, John, jurat of Hastings, 355.
-, Thomas, 413.

Waterston, co. Hereford, 249.

Waties, Edward, 259, 261, 264, 270, 272–279.

Watkies, Thomas, 274.

Watkin, Henry, 330.

Watkins:
-, James, 312.
-, Robert, 256.
-, Thomas, 341.

Watlesburgh, 247.

Watson:
-, —, a priest, 129.
-, Thomas, master of Rye Grammar School, 243.
-,-, Philip and William his sons, 243.

Wattes, William, jurat of Hastings, 355.

Watton:
-, Richard, 269.
-, William, 269, 270.

Wauton, Roger de, 285.

Waxham, co. Norfolk, 429.

Waye, river, 286.

Weale, Joab, 385.

Weaver, Charles, 269.

Webb:
-, Mr., 393.
-, Thomas, letter to, 189.

Webbe:
-, Michael, 22.
-, Mr., 325.

Weles, Thomas, pursuivant of Henry VIII., 306.

Welles, Wells:
-, James, 30, 45.
-, Joan, bequest of, to poor of Rye, 55.
-, Mr., bequest of to poor of Rye, 32.

Wellesley, Lord, letters of, 498.

Wellington, William, lessee of a tower in Hereford wall, 337.

Wellkokes, Thomas, his servant, 305.

Welsford, John, 312.

Welsh:
-, Captain, 245.
-, Hugh, mayor of Hereford, 320, 325.
-, John, an Irish commander, 221.

Welshe, Sir William, his park, 270.

Welshpool, 339.

Wendie, Sir William, deputy-lieutenant of Cambridge, 441.

Wendland, —, 347.

Wendy, Sir Thomas, 414.

Wenstone, Henry, 316

Wentworth:
-, Sir John, knt., 131.
-, Sir John, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441.
-, Sir Peter, 396.

Were, Roger, vicar choral of Hereford, 304.

Wesenham, John de, 423.

Westbury manor, co. Essex, 397.

Westbury, Richard de, 297.

Westchester [Chester], 117.

Western Ports, 157, 205.
-, guestling of, 21, 26.

Westfaling, Herbert, bishop of Hereford, 247.

Westfield near Brede, co. Sussex, forge at, 56, 75.

Westhakeburne. See Hagborn.

West India, 393.

Westminster Abbey, 129, 176, 376.

Westminster:
-, city of, 106, 123, 156, 189, 222, 224, 235, 236, 243, 251, 279, 320, 390, 403, 421, 507.
-, Exchequer Chamber, 159.
-, letters, &c. dated at, 7, 53, 56, 160, 176, 210, 247, 249–256, 262, 263, 264, 268, 270–276, 284–287, 293, 313, 328, 331, 332, 337, 438, 442.
-, plague in, 106, 109.
-, prebend in St. Stephen's, 407.
-, Treasury Chamber, letters dated at, 466.

Westminster College, letter dated at, 272.

Westminster Palace, letters dated at, 13, 258, 445, 447, 454, 455, 458.

Weston, letter dated at, 270.

Weston, co. Hereford, 342.

Weston subtus Penyard, co. Hereford, 342.

Westrop, Isabel, letter of, 393.

Wetton, William, letter of, 391.

Weyloade, Thomas de, 295.

Weymouth, 43, 206, 207, 214.
-, ammunition shipped weekly to, from Dieppe, 215.

Whales, Steven, 363.

Whaley, Commissary General, letter to, 219.

Wheat, price of, in 1616, 382.

Whersted, co. Suffolk, 406, 408, 431.

Whigs, the, 496.

Whitacre, —, chaplain of bishop of Chichester and curate of Rye, 162, 170.

Whitchurch, 399.

Whitchurch, co. Hereford, 342.

White, George son of John, 72.
-, John, secretary to Earl of Dorset, 210.
-, —, M.P. for Rye adjudged incapable to sit, 215.
-, Robert, 43.
-, Rowland, 255.
-, Thomas, 400.
-, William, letter of, 196.
-, William, 355.

Whitehall, 128, 206, 207, 213, 222, 234, 235.
-, Court at, letters dated from the, 436, 444, 453.
-, letters dated at, 72, 102 (2), 114 (2), 131, 132, 134, 148, 158 (2), 163, 170, 173 (2), 176–178, 180 (2), 182–186, 189–193, 195, 197 (2), 209 (2), 210, 220–222, 224, 225, 227, 230, 231, 235, 237 (2), 240, 242, 243, 255, 393, 434–437, 439–442, 446–453, 455–460, 462, 463, 466–469.
-, Signet Chamber at, 453.
-, Wilton House, letter dated at, 391.

Whitelock, Sir James, Chief Justice of Chester, 258, 260, 262, 263, 264, 268–272, 276.
-, letters of, 261, 268.
-, letters to, 255, 260.

Whitfield, —, letter to, 391.

Whitgift, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 99, 247, 382.
-, letter of, and to, 122.

Whiting, James, 345.

Whitney:
-, Oliver, 350.
-, James, 348.

Whitte, Thomas, 355.

Whitway, John, 201.

Whyte, George, proctor of house of lepers, Hereford, 314.

Whyting, John, 421.

Wiard, Jehan, 88.

Wicke, co. Worcester, 249 268.

Wickham, co. Suffolk, 447.

Wicklow, 402.

Wight, Isle of, 59.

Wigmore, letter dated St. James's Monastery, 304.

Wigmore:
-, Mr., lessor of Rye vicarage, 67.
-, Richard, 276, 277.

Wilcocke, Robert, mayor of Romney, 154.

Wild, Jonathan, the thief catcher, 495.
-, letters of, 496, 497.
-, prosecution of, 497.

Wildman:
-, John, letter to, 387.
-, Major, 391, 393, 395, 399.
-,-, letters of, 391, 392.

Wilford:
-, Francis, lieutenant of Dover Castle, letter to, 159.
-, Sir Thomas, 110.
-,-, letter of, 110.
-,-, letter to, 108.

Wilford Bridge, 437.

Wilkin, Thomas, 14.

Wilkinson, Joan, 5.

Wilkoxe, Thomas, 333.

William the Conqueror, 421.

William III., King, 351, 362.
-, charters of, 288.

William IV., charters of, 288, 355.

William:
-, Juliana daughter of, 379.
-, Roderic, 259.

Williams:
-, —, 90.
-, Edward, under-sheriff of Denbigh, petition of, 277.
-, Elizabeth, a witch, 341.
-, Sir Henry, 254.
-, Hugh, 301.
-, John, bishop of Lincolu, Lord Keeper, 273, 383.
-,-, letter of, 272.
-,-, letters to, 268, 271.
-, John, 386.
-, Sir Roger, 440.
-, Roger, 352.
-, Thomas, 336.

Williamson, Robert, 301.

Willis:
-, Albon, depositions of, 348.
-, Edmond, 460.

Willoughby:
-, Lord, 387, 398, 441.
-, Philip, 276.

Wilmot, Lord, his regiment, 386.

Wilson, Thomas, letters of, 216 (2), 220, 224, 225 (2), 226 (2), 232, 235.

Wilton, letters dated at, 249 (2).

Winchelsea:
-, co. Sussex, an ancient town, 8, 21, 28, 34, 56–58, 60, 66, 69, 75, 76, 84, 87, 104, 157, 205, 354, 356, 363.
-, commissioners and clerks of the passage at, letters to, 197, 203.
-, Dinsdale Bridge by, 108.
-, harbour of, 12, 76.
-, jurats of. See Channon;
-, Tilden.
-, mayor of, 91, 147.
-, mayor and jurats of, 80, 85, 205.
-,-, letters of, 22, 33, 43, 164.
-, letters to, 3, 32, 35, 39, 57, 59, 75, 79, 128 (2), 139, 148, 152, 165, 195, 197 (2), 203, 245.
-, succession of mayoralty in, 194, 165.

Winchester, document dated at, 286

Winchester, bishop of, rent reserved to out of Rye rectory, 217.

Winchfeild, Thomas, 434.

Windebanke, Sir Francis, Secretary of State, 209, 212, 453.
-, his house in Drury Lane, letter dated at, 210.
-, letter of, 210.

Windgarder de Hugo, Jaques of, 42.

Windover, 462.

Windsor, 117, 128, 483, 505, 507.
-, Castle, 394.
-,-, letters dated at, 192, 247.
-, Court at, 365.
-, letters dated at, 82, 506.
-, St. George's Chapel and College, 419.

Windsor, Anne, wife of Samuel, petition of, 390.

Wines, 71, 80, 90, 182, 242, 244.
-, sale of, 238.

Wint, Mr., 444.

Winter, George, commissioner for reformation of disorders by freebooters, letter of and to, 17.

Winterton, co. Hereford, 342.

Winwood:
-, Wynwood, Arthur, messenger of council in the Marches, 261, 268, 269.
-, Ralph, 276.
-,-, letter of, 255.
-, Sir Ralph, 383.

Wishart, George, chaplain to Marquis of Ormond, afterwards bishop of Edinburgh, 507.

Witchcraft, statute against, 136, 137.

Witefeild, Herbert, 116.

Withernam, 39, 41, 43, 50, 51, 54, 66, 106.

Withers, John, instructor of trained bands of Cinque Ports, 182.

Withington, 293.

Withipole:
-, Wittipole, Sir Edmund, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 434, 435.
-, Sir William, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk, 441, 451, 452.

Wittersham, co. Kent, 196, 363.

Wittlesey, letter dated at, 388.

Wlfketel, Symon son of, 379.

Wodd, Eusebius, 50.

Wode, William a, 305.

Wodehouse:
-, Armine, 418.
-, Sir Armine and Letitia his wife, 410, 418.
-, Thomas and Sarah his wife, 410.

Wodehouse Family, deeds relating to the, 418.

Wolffe, Symon, 331.

Wolfrisstone, 380.

Wolrith, Edward, 273.

Wolsey, Cardinal, 406.

Wolters, Elizabeth, 27.

Wolverhampton, charters of, 279.

Wood:
-, Colonel, letter of, 497.
-, Mr., 496.
-, Ralph, 146.
-, Thomas, 43.

Woodbach, co. Salop, 281.

Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 449, 468.
-, Crown Inn, 437.
-, Ship to be furnished by for King's service, 446, 448, 449.

Woodchurch, 75.

Woodhall. See Ryburgh, Little.

Woodhous, Thomas, 429.

Woodhouse, Captain Henry, muster-master, 438, 452.
-, his deputy, 455.

Woods, destruction of by iron and glass works, 75.

Woodstock, letters dated at, 255, 442.

Woodward, Lady, 387.

Woofferlow, co. Hereford, 342.

Woogan, Captain Thomas, 392.

Wool, proclamation relating to, 63.

Woolley, Mr., his man, 497.

Woolwich, co. Kent, 94.

Worcester, 270, 295, 340.
-, Cathedral, 353.
-, letters dated at, 284 (2), 285.
-, recorder of, 270.

Worcester county, 247, 252, 261, 264, 270, 277.
-, letters to sheriff, justices, &c. of, 260.
-, order to sheriff of, 268.

Worcester, bishop of, 249. See also Fletcher;
-, Freake;
-, Thornborough;
-, Heath;
-, Latimer.

Worcester William Somerset, Earl of, Master of the Horse, 247, 248, 249.

Word, Anthony 126.

Worley, Wurley, Mr., letters to, 29, 37.

Wormbridge, co. Hereford, 342.

Wormbrigge, Hugh the butcher of, 296.
-, John de, 294.

Wormysley, letter dated at, 313.

Worror, Werrour, Philip le, bailiff of Hereford, 297.

Worsley, Mr., 402.
-, Thomas, 58.

Wortham, co. Suffolk, 430.
-, Abbots, 412.

Worton Anthony, 155.

Wotton:
-, E. Lord, letter of, 436.
-, Edward, prior of St. Michael's, Ewenny, 308.
-, Sir Henry, 376.

Wottone, Sir Richard, 297.

Wren, Sir Christopher, 376.

Wrexham, 277.

Wright, John, 219.

Writ of error, a, 259.

Writer, Clement, letter of, 392.

Wrthe, William de, 380.

Wurley. See Worley.

Wutton, South 423.

Wych, John de, 354.

Wyclif, Master John, 419.

Wycombe, Chipping, co. Bucks, Annersfee Manor in, 380.

Wycumbe, William de, 380.

Wyddyns or Myddyns, John, letter of, 312.

Wye, river, petition for removal of weirs in, 343.

Wykes, William le Nugum de, 379.

Wylde, George, 249.

Wylgest, John, letter of, 191.

Wyllerd, Mr., letter to, 63.

Wyllyams, Sir Roger, 103.

Wylsden, co. Yorks, 105.

Wylson, John, order of, 68.

Wyman, Robert, 54.

Wymdham, John, 427.

Wyndesor, Laurence de, 354.

Wyndham, John, 427.

Wynn, Thomas Price, sheriff of Denbigh, 271.
-, Humphrey, attorney of Court in Marches, 275.

Wynne, Sir John, bart., 255.
-, Robert, Sheriff of Denbigh, petition of, 277.

Wynter, Sir Edward, 249.

William, 425.

Wynton, Adam de, 294.
-, clerk of the Judaism, 295.
-, William de, 294.

Wyre, forest of, 270.

Wyston, 29.

Wyteney, William, son of John de, 294.

Wytheris, Richard, jurat of Hastings, 361.

Wythintone church, 299.

Wythone, William de, bailiff, of Borlond, 380.

Wyverston, co. Suffolk, 412, 430.

Y

Yardisley. See Erdisley.

Yarkhill, co. Hereford 342.

Yarmouth, Great, co. Norfolk, 49, 54, 139, 140, 151, 206, 207, 211, 215, 358, 385, 415, 447, 456.
-, bailiffs of, letters of, 35, 228.
-,-, letter to, 228.
-,-, commonality of, petition of, 446. burgesses of, 18.
-, commission to bailiff of, 150.
-, corporation of, 415.
-, defenceless state of, 446.
-, fair, 35, 52, 355.
-,-, bailiff from Cinque Ports to attend at, 20, 22, 65, 218.
-,-, bailiff from Rye to, 132.
-,-, dispute with Cinque Ports touching, 157.
-,-, services of Cinque Ports at, 228.
-, letter dated at, 228.
-, mortality at, 65.

Yarmouth, William, Earl of, 414.

Yat, —, letter to, 383.

Yatton, co. Hereford, 342.

Yattone, John, prior of Llanthony, 298.

Yelverton, Sir Henry, Attorney General, 254, 276.

Yonge:
-, John, 50.
-, William and Roger his son, 380.

York, 297, 454, 455, 456, 484.
-, letters, &c., dated at, 213, 285, 286.
-, John, archbishop of (1431), 419.
-, Lord President of, 261.

York, archbishop of. See Heath.

York, Duke of. See Frederick.

York and Albany, Duke of. See James.

York county, 15, 479.

York House, letter dated at, 258.

Young:
-, Captain, commander-in-chief in the Downs, letter to, 226.
-, John, M.P. for Rye, letter to, 146.
-, Mr., 360.
-, Sir Richard, knt., M.P. for Dover, 159.
-, Thomas, 358.

Younge, Matthew, jurat of Rye, 149.

Ypres in Flanders, 138.

Yrlond, William, 354.

Z

Zachary, a 'connynge man,' 108.

Zealand, 42, 51, 232, 389, 436. placard of, 86.

Ziricksee in Zealand, 16.

Zouch:
-, Edward, Lord, 127.
-,-, Lord Warden of Cinque Ports, 150, 152–158, 163, 164, 184. letters of, 149, 150, 154, 157–159, 161–163, 170. letters to, 149, 151 (2), 153, 154 (2), 159, 160, 162, 170 (2), 171.
-, Edward, Lord, Lord President of the Marches, 251.
-,-, instructions to, 249.



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