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Allotments by the Undertakers in Munster,
446-455.
Allowance for diet of Commissioners, 411.
Almains, the, 288.
Almsmen, list of 465.
Alone, Aloane, bridge of, built by Sir H. Syd-
ney, 335.
Alonzo, Don Juan, Governor of Bisquay, 309.
Alphabet, to write in secret sort for fear of
interruption, sent to Captain Yorke by
Pelham, 187.
Amalone Malachias, Bishop, openly renounces
the Pope, swears to the supremacy, and
makes public confession of his faith and
recantation, 378.
Anagh, castle of, 436.
Ancient English families settled in Ireland,
reduced state of, 39.
Andalusia, 227.
Andolosia (Andalusia), wine and salt shipped
to Valentia from, 298.
Annadowne, 333.
Annalie, Annalye, Annaly, the Lords of two
lineages, but of one surname, 31.
........., the, called by Sir H. Sydney the
county of Longford, part in the pro-
vince of Connaught, 31.
........., the O'Ferralls' country, 48, 51.
........., the two principal captains of 335.
Annaugh, parish of, 451.
Animals, price of, 58.
Annuities and pensions issuing from religious
houses, their charge on the revenue, 35.
granted for term of life, their charge
on the revenue, 35.
........., patents for, to be enrolled within six
months, 400.
, life amount of, 417.
, out of religious houses, amount of,
417.
Anthonye, in Cornwall, Thomas Carew of,
216.

Antrim, county, 435.

------ ..., county of Ulster described, 437.

Antwerp, 487.

Any, 191.

Ap brother Richard, 465.

Ap Hughe Rice, Provost under Sir Nicholas
Bagnals, Knight-Marshal, 204.

........., Provost-Marshal of Leinster, wages of,
463.

........., Captain Watkyn, 88.

Apslie, Apeslie, Apsley, Appesley, William,
Captain, Mr., 86, 172, 203, 213, 246,
282, 302, 327, 414.

, constable of Castle Maigne, 45.

--------- , ......, sheriff of Limerick, 143.

Aprice, David, 86.

Aqua Vitae, 249.

...,....., makers of, subject to martial law, 197.

........., great quantity of, taken into Ireland,
285.

Aqua Vitae, statute for the making of, to be
put into execution, 398.

Aragh McBrien, 41. See McBrian.

Archers, pay of 45.

Archery, butts to be made in every parish for,
392.

Arcklowe, Arklow, 203.

--------- , letters dated at, 204.

Ardagh, 451.

Ardaghe, Bishop of, 64.

Ardath, town of, 451.

Ardee, town of, impoverished, 30.

Ardekellymartye, 449.

Ardes, the, 9, 342, 381.

Ardes, Great and Little, 436,437.

Ardgehan, 482.

Ardingillinaghe, 448.

Ardnegraughe, castle called, 453, 454.

Ardpatrick, 448.

Arduary, defeat of the Scots at, 433.

Argall, Mr. Rowland, 171, 172, 219, 263, 334.

--------- , ......, letters sent by, 173, 175, 176,
177, 181.

Argill, Argyle, Earl of his daughter married
to Turlouge Lenoughe, 273.

Argyle, Earl of 349.

--------- , ......, should be granted a yearly pen-
sion to restrain the Irish Scots from
going into Ireland, 369.

Argosies, 284.

Arloe, Arlowe, 1,208, 213, 219, 224, 257,304.

--------- , woods of 219.

--------- , rebels in the woods of 215.

------ ..., woods of, preyed, 248.

Ardglasse, 433.

Armada, Spanish,_Spanish ships and men
sunk, drowned, and taken prisoners
upon the coast of Ireland in September
1588, 472.

--------- , ......, the Crown claims all Spanish
property lost, and the Spaniards are to
be apprehended, tortured, and executed,
490, 491.

Armagh, Armaughe, Armachan, Ardmache,
county of, described, 436.

--------- , John, Bishop of, 402,425.

--------- , Thomas T., 111, 140.

--- - - - - - - , one of the members of the Irish
Council, l l 1.

--------- , 88, 89, 349, 351.

------ ..., Archbishop of, 342, 436.

........., church of 339.

........., university to be erected at, 369.
, village of, 436.
Armathoes, 227.
Armestronge, Andrew, 465.
Armory, 40.

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Army, the, 160.
........., necessity of an, 52.
........., expense of greatest tax on the revenue,
55.
........., victualling of 140.
........., wages of the, copy of her Majesty's
letter concerning sterling pay for the
army, 461.
Arnold, Sir Nicholas, Lord Justice, 94,414.
Arra McBrian. See note, 393.
Arran, Earl of called Lord of Hamilton, 147.
Arrearages, the book of, 69.
........., commission to compound, 85.
Articles to be established by Parliament on the
suppression of the rebellion, 369.
Artificers, 47, 86.
... from England, 396.
......, pay of 112.
......... to be sent out of England to repair the
Queen's houses in Ireland, 212.
Arts, liberal and mechanical, their national
influence recognized, 469.
Arundells, an ancient English family settled in
the county of Cork, 39.
Ashton, Asheton, Mr., 11, 14, 15, 18.
Asketten, Asketon, Asketton, Asketen, As-
keatinge, 22, 23, 160, 161, 165, 177,
203, 207, 239, 246, 248, 249, 265, 267,
282,283, 304, 310.
........., letters dated at, 12, 160,240, 241,242,
243, 244, 251, 252,260, 261,288, 290–
299.
........., castle of, 163, 225, 243.
........., suppression of the castle of, 163,258.
--------- , friar of, 309. See Shane O'Farrall.
........., garrison of, 279, 287.
........., ......, under Captain Case, 301.
Assembly to meet at Kilmalloke, 247, 251,
252, 254.
......... of noblemen and principal captains of
the Irishry met at Limerick, 256.
of Lords and principal gentlemen of
Munster, summoned by Pelham to con-
sider the future prosecution of the war,
256.
........., resolutions of 257.

Assignment of rents, 120.
Asturia, in Spain, a great force of Italians in,
reported ready to assist the Irish re-
bellion at the instigation of the Pope,
261.
Athenrie, Athenry, 64, 168, 168, 172.
........ paid tribute to McWilliam Owghter,
154.
........., Baron of See Bermingham, 49,431.
.., castle of, 86.
........., college and parish church at, de-
stroyed, 50.
........., E. Edmond Bermingham, Baron of,
263, 334, 406.
Athie, Athy, 212.

Athlone, Athelone, 1, 45, 50, 51, 53, 54, 65,
88, 149, 167, 169, 172, 173, 211, 216,
243, 271, 281, 311, 377,465.
, made shire ground by Sir H. Sydney,
and called co. of Longford, 51.
, bridge of, fortifications to be made at,
285.
..., castle of, 394, 464.
, centre of Ireland, the standing seat of
the Deputy and the law should be trans-
lated from Dublin to, 368.
, Commissioners sent to hold sessions
at, 51.
..., constable of castle of, 464.
------- .., letters dated at, 254, 264, 267, 270,
311, 325, 329, 466.
......, repairing the town of, 136, 137.
, the ward at, 480.
, warrant dated at, 167.
Athcross, castle, town, and lands of, 452.
Attainted lands, value of, to the revenue, 35.
... ...... should be established to the
Crown by Parliament, 327, 328.
------ ... ...... in the county of Farney given by
Queen Elizabeth to the Earl of Essex,
351.

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in Munster, the discharged pen-
sioners to be rewarded with, 371.
.., revenue from, 417.
-------- . ......, persons, lands of, 395.
Attolane, a nickname of Mores of Desmond,
342.
Attorney, 421.
Attorney-General, the, 52, 125, 132,458. See
Snagge and Gilbert Gerrard.
......... ...... of England. See John Popham,
419.
Auditor, 69, 85, 376, 393, 408, 418, 475.
Auditor of Ireland, 14, 18, 129, 142, 242, 367.
See Thomas Jenyson, 129, 242, 367.
..............., Deputy, 242. See Charles Huet
Hewett.
------ ... English, 53.
Audlie, Captain, 202.
Awdleys, English freeholders in Downe, 437.
Aughrim, 333.
........., priory of 333.
Avener not allowed in Ireland, 62.
Aughmeane, barony of, 451.
Awmore, fishing in the river of, 454.
Awnye, manor of Greenwich, 447.
Ayellward, Aylward, Pierce, Piers, 128, 345.

........., Berwick soldiers placed at, 212.

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Bacchus, feast of 356.
Bagnall, Bagenall, Bagnoll, Dudley, 323.
........., ......, slain by Walter Reaugh, 441.
........., Henry, Sir Henry, son to Sir Nicholas,
149, 367, 381, 383, 384,403, 443, 463,
484.
........., ......, one of the members of the
Council, 363.
........., N. Nicholas, Sir Nicholas, 80, 85, 95,
115, 120, 125, 158, 171, 175, 194, 196,
197, 327, 351,436, 437, 445, 484, 491.
........., Knight-Marshal, Marshal, Marshal of
the Army, 27, 85, 145, 146, 149, 196,
204, 312, 363, 381, 384,484.

--------- , ......, letters of, 137, 376, 443.

........., ......, letter to, 231.

--------- , ......, pay of 44.

Bagnall, Sir Nicholas, Marshal, wages due to,
462.

........., Raphe, Raulf, Sir, 359,464.

Baker, Captain William, 44.
.......... ......, his death, 403.
Baldynglas, Rowlande, 123.
Balenosloughe, 173.
Balieaurhie, where the sepulture of the Clan-
ricard family was, 353, 354.
Balie, Balye, Logh Reogh, a house belonging
to the Earl of Clanricard, 353.

Balinche or Valentia, Baron of, son to the
Earl of Clancartie, 255.

Balislough, castle of 354.
Balistowe, the ward at, 484.
Ball, Walter, merchant, 86.
Ballagh, McDonnell, 403, 421.
Ballahaugh, 450.

Ballamyn, 451.
Ballan, Ballon, the, in Clanricard, 333.

Ballatimore, Baltimore, the custom of fishing
at, 423.

Ballecory, 449.

Ballederout, 448.

Balleduffre 454.

Ballegalley, 454.
Ballegast, otherwise Balleneglasse, 449.
Ballegellohan, castle of 243.
Balleloghan, 449.
Ballemareshall, 455.
Ballemore, Westmeath, 174.
........., letter dated at, 312.
Ballemote, town and castle of, 393.
Ballenagornagh, 482.
Ballenderawyne, 449.
Ballenecor, letter dated at, 427.
Ballenecury, 448.
Balleneglasse, 449.
Ballenehuishy, 448.

Ballenehow, otherwise Ballenderawyne, 449.
Ballenlowre, 449.

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Ballenskaly, 448.

Ballensloe, a bridge made at, over the river of
Suck, 155.

Ballenstephen, 448.

Ballenstoneybeg, 449.

Ballentubber, abbey of 431.

Ballenstoneymore, 449.

Ballenureny, 482.

Ballenvolen, 449.

Ballereneotin, 455.

Ballermystiabynedoune, 448.
Ballerviellan, 482.
Ballia, McDaniell, castle and lands of, 453.
Balliboughill, stipend of the curate of 35,
418.
Ballicharta, 451.
Ballicombre, 428.
Balligibbyn, 448.
Ballihaghe, 126.
Ballihogh, otherwise Lougheston, 453.
Balliknockan, 489.
Balliloughrei, 149.
Balliloughreughe Reye, a principal house of
the Earl of Clanrickard, 68.
........., the ward at, 484.
Ballimahheligoed, parish of 455.
Ballinaghte, otherwise Ballahaugh, lands called,
450.
Ballinclemesig, 455.
Ballinehvoile, castle of, 332.
Ballinesloe, castle of, 50.
Ballinferrykerry, otherwise the Old Town, 453.
Ballingerald, otherwise Gerald's Town, 453.
Ballinpillicke, 390.
Ballinrobe, 431.
Ballintobber in Roscoman, 474.
Ballinvihig, manor and castle of, 449.
Ballneightie, otherwise Whyte's Town, castle
and lands of, 447.
Ballogellohan, castle of 241.
Balloughe, Brian, 147, 148.
................, Lord of Clandeboye, 146.
Ballyacartan, castle and lands of, 447.
Ballyclare, 333.
Ballydowgan, 333.
Ballyhendrohyde, castle and lands of, 450.
Ballyloyen, 333.

Bally McDaniell, castle and lands of 447,
454.

Bally McAdam, castle of, 453,454.
Bally McHonyck, 449.
Bally McRoddery, castle and lands of 454.
Ballymacken, 420.
Ballymarryshall, township of, 453.
Ballymarter, castle of, 352.
Ballymoore, 454.

Ballymeauchony, 449.

Ballymolyn, 463.

Ballyneach, 454.

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Ballynecourtye, otherwise Courstown, castle,
town, and lands of, 451. -

Ballynecourtye, late Morice McShane Hussey's,
447.

Ballynegare, 450.

Ballyneighe, 447.

Ballynetrea, castle and lands of, 452.

Ballyngare, 450.

Ballyngare Lysvote, 450.

Ballyturen, 338.

Baltinglas, 294, 297, 304,314.
........., letter dated at, 290.
.., lordship and late monastery of 370.
.., register of, 283.
Baltinglas, Rowland, 61.
Baltinglas, Rowland, Roland, Viscount of 58,
102.
Baltinglas, Baltinglasse, Wiscount of 79, 113,
279, 280, 281, 287, 288, 291, 293, 294,
316, 318, 375, 486.
........., ......, accused of great outrages, 137.
---- .., letters of, 58,289, 290.
--------- , ......, desires the Earl of Ormond to
join him in establishing the Catholic
Faith, 276.
• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , his famous letter to the Earl of
Ormond treating of the impropriety of
considering Queen Elizabeth head of the
Church, and Irish grievances generally,
289.
........., ......, a rebel by the authority of the
head of the Church, 290.
......, the traitorous Viscount, 290.
• ? , his brother Richard in l'aris
assisting the Irish rebellion, 290.
, asserts that if Thomas Beckett,
Bishop of Canterbury, had never
suffered death in defence of the Church,
Thomas Butler alias Becket would
never have been Earl of Ormond,
290.
........., ......, two sons of 145.
----- ...., ......, the traitor, 311.
........., ......, his two sons Edmond and
William FitzEustace, 370.
........., ......, in Leinster shouldbe confronted,
369.
, ......, lands belonging to when
attainted, 370.
, James Eustace, Wiscount of, for-
feiture of his lands by his rebellion,
373.
Baltyinore, report of the arrival of the Spanish
navy at, 432.
Balyrobert, otherwise Robertstown, lands of,
450.
Bamford, Oliver, 85, 86.
Ban, Bane, Bann, Banne, Band, the, 7, 9, 13,
341, 380, 383, 428,438.
........., custom of the, 13.
Scots landed at, 184, 185.
........., forces to serve for wards in fit places
upon the Bane side, 483.
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Bane O'Farroll, 335.

Bangor, Hugh, 464.

Bannaugh, 285.

Banned, Banneda, abbey of, 433.

Bannium, 29.

Bantrie, Bantry, 272.

--------- , custom of fishing at, 423.

Barbary, 308.

........., battle in, 227.

Barcklie, Barkley, Edward, constable of
Askeatinge, 383, 442, 448, 464.

........., Francis, captain, 431, 455, 463,464,

475.
........., ......, Provost-Marshal of Connaught,
405, 432.

Barckley, Edmond, 20.

Barkley, Edward, captain, 29.

Barkly, Sir Edward, 463.

Bards, all, and others to be executed by mar-
tial law, 369.

Barford's lands, 451.

Barne Elms, 283.

Barnefalloughe, 449.

Bar-ne-Fowle, otherwise Barnefallough, 449.

Barnell, Robert, 180.

Barnewall, counsellor-at-law, 73.

Barnewall, son-in-law of Thomas Talbot, 102.

Barnewall, Barnwall, Christopher, Sir Chris-
topher, 149,464, 465.

--------- , Patrick, 124, 156.

........., Robert, Sir Robert, Baron of Tremel-
eston, 124, 148.

........., Simon, 156.

Barnishe, John, 86.

Baroes, the, in Mayo, 474.

Barons, political object of the creation of
several, 371.

........., wars of, in England, 437.

Barque of Hambroughe, name of ship of
Spanish fleet, 472.

Barraleigh, 482.

Barre, Thomas, 445. -

Barrelletts of Spanish ryals presented to the
Earl of Desmond, 315.

Barrett, James, 386.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , writ to inquire into the circum-
stances of his death, 390.

Barrett's country, 389, 390.

Barretts, Barretts, the, 49, 391.

........., an ancient English family settled in
the county of Cork, 39.

Barrey, Sir Robert, otherwise called Sir Barri
Oge, 423.

Barrie, Barry, Barrye, David, Davie, Davy,
son of Wiscount Barry, afterwards
Lord Barry, 299, 301, 326, 387.

--------- * - - - - - - , his father Viscount Barry. See
note, 252.
........., ......, letters to, 252, 269, 278, 280,
300.
........., ......, protection desired for, 252.

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Barrie, David, snes to have his protection pro-
longed, 300.

........., ......, William, his brother, 301.
........., ......, Sir James, 148.

........., Lord, 140, 166, 169, 185, 210, 219,
254, 257, 260, 310, 378.

*** ------> ------ , Sir Henry Sydney's visit to, 38.

• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , a noted traitor, 209.

--------- , ......, committed to the Castle of Dub-
lin by Lord Justice Pelham, 302.

• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , the gentlemen of his country in
rebellion, 386.

• --------------- , names of the gentlemen of his

country in rebellion, 387.
........., ......, his Great Island, 389.
........., Moore, Lord, formerly David Barry,
387.
........., Wiscount, 142, 183, 189, 190, 192,
227, 256, 265,269, 275, 336, 347, 352,
480.
.........,......, accompanies Sir Henry Sydney,
39.
........., ......, his son alleges his father's harsh
treatment was the cause of his revolt,

257.

• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , most faulty and obstinate in his
behaviour, 270.

--------- x * * * * * * , a close prisoner, 274.

---------> ------> the most obstinate and malicious
of the rebels, 283.

--------- x - - - - - - , his house called Barrie's Court,
352. .

Barrie's Court, 352.

Barrington, John, 464.

Barris, Roger, 86.

Barris, the, 267.

Barrothe, John, 388.

Barrowe, 451.

Barstable, 84,207, 210, 211, 214.

Bartley, Captain, 327.

Barwell, Sir Patrick, 149.

Base Leinster, 354.

Bashe, Mr., 184, 266, 273.

Baskayne, Baskeyne, 314, 315.

Bassenet, William, 28, 56.

Bath, Earl of, 280.

--------- * - - - - - - , his brother, see Harry Bowser,
280.

Beacon, Richard, attorney in Munster, wages
due to, 462.

Beallaghe More, 322.

Bear, the ship, of London, 240, 246.

Bear, Beare, Haven, 240,272.

--------- , castle of 303, 305.

.., custom of fishing at, 4.

.., friars from Spain landing in, 227.

--------- , Sir Owen O'Sullivan, Sulivane, 251.
See note, 272; and see Bere, 344, 347.

Beath, castle of, 333.

Beawghe, otherwise Embeoughe Yearosseye,
castle, town, and lands of, 449, 450.

Becher Phane, of Hartle Was aile, Hants, 450,
455.

------- --> ------ , certificate of lands in the county
of Cork allotted to, by the Undertakers
in Munster, 454.

Beckett, Bishop of Canterbury. See Bal-
tinglass, 290.
Beckwith, William, otherwise Daniel, 85.
Bedford, Earl of 27.
--------- , Francis, 372.
Bedlo, otherwise Bellew,
Bellew, 149.

Belclea, the English under Sir R. Bingham
advanced to, 433.

Belfast, a fit place for ship-building, 370.

--------- , 14, 15, 16, 340.

Bell, Mr., 52.

--------- , Edward, Chief Engineer, wages of,
463.

Bellanenyen, castle of 332.

Bellashema, castle of, 332.

Bellengam, Bellingam, Bellingham,Sir Edward,
87, 88.

........., late Lord Deputy, 136.

Bellew, Belewe, John, 124.

--------- , Patrick, 124.

Bellinges, Richard, solicitor, 103.

Bellingham, 121.

Bellowe, Mr., 250, 259,275,276, 284.

Bellymarryshall, township of, 454.

Bellyng, Richard, 156.

Benefices in Munster, collated by any of the
traitors whose lands are attainted, or
proprietors of parsonages impropriate
mixed with attainted lands, to be treated
with by Commissioners, 440.

........., proposed arrangements with the un-
dertakers respecting same, 440.

Bennett, 223.

Benington, Surrey, 216.

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