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Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick. See
note, 443.

--------- , John, Duke of Northumberland, 443.

Duff, Cahir, 145.

Duff, Edmond, 163.

Duffe, Hugh, 202.

--------- , McEdmond, his country, 95.

Duffren, Dufferine, the, 9, 180.

Duke, Henry, General of her Majesty's kerne,
wages of 463.

Dulcante, Morny, 485.

Dunboyne, Dunboine, Baron of Lord, 39,
82, 169, 222, 248. See Donboine.

•- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , brother of the Countess of Des-
mond, 222.

Dundalk, 184, 201, 314,436.

--------- , town of, impoverished, 30.

Dunegal, Dungall, Dunyngall, Donegal, county
of, 435.

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Ealston, 275.

Eaneskye, the Corbo of, 454.
Earl Marshal, Earl of Essex created for life, 20.
Earl Marshalship, 24.

--------- , castle of, 35.

Dunferte, 380.

Dungannon, 435.

--------- , Hugh, Baron of, 9, 29, 30, 166, 171,

172, 173, 177, 180, 182, 185, 199, 200,
201, 202, 220, 232, 277, 304,339, 340,
344, 363, 366, 367, 376, 377, 378, 380,
383,384.
..., ......, letters of, 170, 177.
--> ------ , letter to, 232.
........., barony of 190.
.......... his petition regarding the earldom of
Tyrone, 407.
Dungarvan, 1, 38, 45, 142, 173,211, 218, 336,
352,414.
.., castle of, 171, 464.
.., constable of, 38, 464, 484.
.., Henry Davells, constable of 38.
--------- , parsonage of 208.
Dunie Messenger, 248.
Dunkellyn, Baron of, Ulick Burke to have the
title of Earl of Clanricard and, 331.
--------- , lordship of, 331, 332.

Dunluce, Donluce, Dunluse, in Ulster, camp
at, 380, 381, 383, 444.

--------- , letters dated at, 380.
........., articles of agreement dated at, 381.
--------- , castle of, 427, 428.
--------- , ......, in possession of the Scots who
were keeping it for the King of Scot-
land, 380.
........, Spanish ship wrecked near, 472.
Dun O'Connor, Don, his ancestor sometimes
called King of Connaught, 50, 335,
362.
------- .., ......, his country, 364.
Dunsany, Lord, Baron of, 80,463.
Durnans, the, 438.
Dursbourg, the camp before, 429.
........., letter dated at, 429.
Dyle, river of 450.

Dyngle, the, Dyngley Cuche. See Dingle, 315,
447. |

--------- of Ireland desired by Earl of Essex,
14.

Earls, manner of trying, 56.

Earnie, 433.

Earryngton, Nicholas, 82.
Earthmound, 345.
East Brenye or O'Reilie's country, 48, 51.
East Leinster, 33.

Eastmeath co., 87.

East Munster, 345.

Easton, John (the engineer), 173, 178, 180.

East Shenen, 353.

Eaugh, Lough, 483.

Ecclesiastical livings in the cathedral church
of Limerick, no Irishry to be preferred
to, 35.

........., benefices, in Munster, collated by or
mixed up with lands of attainted per-
sons. See Church property, 440.

........., persons to be provided by undertakers
in Munster to perform functions, 440.

Economical considerations of Queen Elizabeth's
government, 5.

Eden, George, 485.

| Edgerton, 258.

Edgerton or Egerton, Charles, constable of the
castle of Knockfergus, 464, 484.
Edward III., 355, 387, 417.
......... IV., his act that every merchant taking
to Ireland wares to the value of 100l.
should take bows to the value of 15l.,
to be altered to calivers, &c., 401.
......... WI., 88, 89, 115,357, 373.
., Sir H. Sydney's relatives have charge
of, during his childhood, 359.
--------- dies in Sir H. Sydney's arms, 359.
Egypt, the English, Ireland so called by Queen
Elizabeth, 24.
Elan Bwye (lands), 448.
Eliote, Thomas, master gunner, 86,352.
Elizabeth, Queen, 98.
- ., her economical views, 5, 6.
..,......, her consideration for the Earl
of Essex, 5, 10.
---------------- , her good opinion of the Earl of
Essex, 7–8, 10, 24.

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Elizabeth, Queen, her gratitude for faithful
services, 20.
........., ......, ...... especially to the Earl of
Essex, 21.
........., ....., she calls Ireland the English
Egypt, 24.
........., ......, resolutions regarding cesse ex-
pected from her, 113.

........., ......, her instructions to Sir William
Drury, Knight. Lord Justice of Ireland,
and William Gerrard, Esquire, Lord
Chancellor of Ireland, 130.

........., ......, her instructions to Sir Nicholas
Malby, President of Connaught, 154.

• --------> -- - - - - , her agents in Spain and Por-
tugal seeking information regarding the
Irish rebellion. and the expected Spanish
assistance to the same, 259.

........., ......, a proposal by Pelham that all
the spiritual livings in Munster should
be resigned to the Crown, 284.

........., ......, declared by the Pope to be a
usurper and a heretic, 288.

........., ......, the impropriety of her being
considered the head of the Church
treated of by Wiscount Baltinglas in his
famous letter to the Earl of Ormond,
289.

........., ......, the bull of excommunication
against her to be published in every
church and Christian court, 289.
• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , the Earl of Ormond complains
to her of Sir H. Sydney and Sir Warham
Sentleger, 336. -
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , allusions to her intended mar-
riage to the Earl of Leicester, and his
being lùng of England, and his brother
Sydney being King of Ireland, 346.
........., ......, commission from, 367.

........., ......, briefs of letters and grants from,
374.

........., ......, indenture between her and Sir
Hugh O'Donell, 429.

........., ......, called “Caliaghe" by the rebels,
431.

........., ......, report of her being sick and in
great danger of death, 432.

. . . . * * * * * * * * * * * * , carrieth an invincible mind that
showeth from whom she came, 434.

........., ......, visits the camp in Essex, 470.

• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , letters from Sir G. Carew shown
to her, 47 l.

........., ......, more hated than honoured
abroad, 480.

........., ......, letters of 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 14, 20, 21, 24, 25, 78, 105, 106, 115,
117, 128, 129, 171, 334, 375, 376, 407,
408, 418, 460.

• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , letters to, 16, 109, 164, 171, 183,
190, 195, 196, 210, 218, 239, 241, 256,
282, 292, 456, 467, 479.

“Elizabeth,” ship, 251.

Illie, 285.

Elphin or Elphine, elect of See Thomas
Chester, 331.

........., bishop of, 405.

Ely, Carroll, 39.

Ely or Carrell's country, 34.

Ely O'Karroll, country called, 482.

Elye, 4S5.

Enbeoughe, Yearossey, 449. -

Enerrine, Edmund Burke McRichard, 432.

Engineer, 275.

England, 18, 28, 39, 47, 56,60, 70, 71, 73, 74,
85, 101, 123, 131, 134, 139, 140, 146,
162, 170, 178, 179, 180, 182, 192, 196,
200, 201, 202, 209, 211, 212, 218, 222,
224, 227, 232, 234–5, 238, 242, 248,
251, 254, 258, 262, 264, 265, 266, 271,
273, 276, 279. 280, 302, 305, 313, 321,
324, 335, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345,
346, 348, 349, 357, 359, 365, 384, 394,
400, 414, 428,457, 470,486, 488, 490.

--------- , Sir William FitzWilliam to be recalled
to, to recruit his health, and Sir H. Syd-
ney to be appointed his successor as
Deputy, 20.

------- .., great seal of 26.
........., orders relating to certain base coins of,
93, 94.

........., impugners of the cesse and their
agents in, 125.
------- .., agents in, 156.
........., the Lord Chancellor of Ireland com-
pelled to seek help for the recovery of
his health in, 158.
........., invasion of, desired by the Roman
Catholics of Ireland, 159.
........., the Roman Catholic party in Ireland
expect the bursting out of their faction
in, 165.
..., passport into, 179.
........., what provisions for the army should
be bought in, 191.
........., Exchequer in, 196.
.., great scarcity of horses in Ireland
from numbers being transported to
France and Scotland under pretence of
being sent to, 201.
.......... debts incurred in, by the Earl and
Countess of Desmond, 203.
...... ..., pensioners from, 207.
........., Limerick must be licensed to make
provision of grain in, 20s.
........., proposal to send rebels to, to know the
greatness of their sovereign, 210.
........., artificers to be sent out of, to repair
the Queen's houses in Ireland, 212.
......... Pelham thinks that the King of Spain
would be unwilling to lose the ancient
amity of, 224.

........., the design of the King of Spain to

conclude a marriage between his

daughter and the young King of Scot-

land in order to act jointly against, 226.

.......... the captains desire licence to transport
victuals out of, 244.

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England, victuals supplied to the Irish navy
from, 252.

------- .., victuals required from, 254.

..., soldiers from, required to recruit the

army, 266, 267.

..., victuals supplied from, 273.

........., rumours in, regarding the union of the
Roman and Spanish interests to assist
the Irish rebels, 273.

........., Lord Treasurer of See Burleigh, 283,
2.94.

........., Earl of Desmond, his transportation to,
295.
........., King of allusion to the intended mar-
riage of Queen Elizabeth to the Earl of
Essex, and of his being King of, 346.
--------- , though populous, would not be able to
replenish the wastes of Ireland, if the
rebels are extirpated, 368.
... ....., want of timber for ship-building in,
370.
........., the danger of Ireland, if reformed,
throwing off the yoke of, 370.
........., improved lands in, to be given in ex-
change to Irish lords, 370.
........., no transportation of provisions to
Ireland from, 371.
........., King of Spain and the Scots ready to
enter, with great force, 377.
..., artificers from, 396.
........., courts and course of offices of, recom-
mended for Ireland, 398.
........., justices and officers to be appointed to
ride circuit, &c. in Ireland as in, 400.
........., secretary of, 410.
-------- , what provisions to be supplied from,
412.
........., benefits of settling in Munster the
younger houses of gentlemen in, 412.

........., no man to be sent over to Ireland but
those of known credit and good livings
in, 415.
........., the inhabitants and heads of families
to be of the birth of, 420.
--------- , the Barons' wars in, 437.
.., bad news regarding Ireland spread in,
470.
........., gentlemen. yeomen, and seamen of the
west of, desirous to take lands in and
inhabit the north parts of Ireland, meet
Sir Henry Sydney at Carrickfergus,
360.
, Council in, 226, 289.
........., a cipher sent to the Council in Eng-
land, 217.
........., Council in, letter of, 439.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , letter to, 157, 165, 172, 185,
191, 196, 204, 207,211, 215, 216, 219,
224, 235, 246, 249, 256, 258, 265, 266,
267, 269,274,281,287, 301, 403, 428.
----- ...., Lords in, 185.
....., letters to Lords in, 173, 183, 184,
192, 197, 198, 200.

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......... tenants, 33.

........., laws and sheriffs desired by the old
families, English and Irish, resident in
Ireland, 41.

......... commander, advantages of having an,
42.

......... counterfeits, 43.

......... sheriff desired, 49.

......... government, its benefits desired, 49.

........., hated by the Irish, 258, 259.
..., hated by the two young Clanricardines,
353.

........., Burnell's hatred of, 480.

......... families resident in Ireland, destitute
state of, 49.

......... rule, the inhabitants of the plains of
Connaught desire to be under, 51.

......... justices to be the executioners in the
Pale, 55.

......... see, the Lord Chancellor of Ireland in
order to keep the see of Dublin vacant
for three years, and to appropriate its
revenues to state purposes, to translate
the present Archbishop of Dublin to an,
55.

parts heavily charged with cesse, 89.

... borders, 90.

... garrisons, 96.

......... shires, 124.

........., ......, a bill to resume into the Queen's
hands all the tithes belonging to the
late monasteries in the five, 417.

-------- ... horsemen, 364, 404.

... and Irish horsemen to wear red capes

of silk or cloth, to distinguish them

from others, 166.

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English required by the Deputy to suppress the
rebellion, 368.
forces, powerful and ready at hand
against Earl of Desmond, 189.
......... victuals, 201.
--------- Scots, 201.
--------- merchants in Spain, release of, 228.
......... merchants, treatment of, in France,
250.
law, certain influential Irishmen willing
to live under, 252.
... tenures, 408.
... tenure, freeholders desirous of holding
their lands by, 271, 272.
........., a survey to be taken of the counties
held by, 395.
families, the Irish impressed with the
suspicion that it was the design of the
English policy to uproot the Irish
families in Ireland and settle, 277.
... tongue, proposal by Pelham to make
its teaching compulsory, 285.
......... to be extended to Ireland, 369.
birth, a martial man of, should be ap-
pointed principal governor of Munster,
285.
acres, number of, to a plowland, 286.

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English, Redmond, 174.
Ennescorthie, garrison at, 457.
Ensign bearer, pay of 112.
Erickston, 149.

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Erne, river of 329.
Escheated lands, 259, 272, 411.

--------- , value of, to the revenue, 35, 368,417.

--------- , should defray the charges of the wars,
365.

--------- in Munster, 394.

----- .... and castles along the sea coast of

Munster to be replenished with habita-
tion of English servitors of English
birth, 395.
--------- , a survey of, to be made, 407.
........., commission for the inquisition of the
state of the tenants and occupiers of the,
and territories in Munster, 421.

--------- , vice-president to resign all parcels of,
in Munster, 440.

------- .., instructions concerning, in Munster,
458.

Escheats of traitors' lands of great value to the
Crown in fines and revenue, 256.

Escheators, 399.

Escheator General, 128.

Espial money, 28, 46.

Espials, five hanged in one day, 282.

Essex, Queen Elizabeth at the camp in, 470.

Essex, Earl of, 1, 5, 18, 19, 21, 29, 44, 132,
151, 186, 342, 351, 356, 489.

------ ..., ......, his arduous duties in Ireland
well considered by Queen Elizabeth, 5.
• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , Queen Elizabeth's good opinion

of him, 8, 10, 21, 24.
........., ......, differences between, and the
Lord Deputy (FitzWilliams), 10.
, instructions to, 11.
, indenture between, and Tirlough
h O'Neill, 12.
--------- , ......, desires to be created Earl Mar-
shal of Ireland, 14.
........., ......, desires to grant estates to the
Irish for lives, and to the English in

fee, 16.
• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , grants, &c. by Queen Elizabeth
to, 14, 15.
-------- ., ......, to be one of the lords of the
Council in Ireland, 20.
---------> ------ , Lieutenant General of Ulster, 26.
.., ......, defalcations of imprest under, 27.

--------- , - - - - - - , wages and charges under the
regiment of the, in Ulster, 28.

------ , Lord Deputy, 29.

• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , his plan for the reformation of
the North considered the best by Sir
H. Sydney, 43.

......, his pay as captain, 44.

........., ......, “held in honourable and dread-
ful terms,” 51.

..., general of Ulster, 134, 340.

........., ......, Turlough Lenaght complains of
injuries committed by, 184.

........., ......, his injustice to Turloughe
Lenaghe O'Neill, 185.

.........,......, attainted lands in the country
of Farney given by Queen Elizabeth
to, 351. -- - - -

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Essex, Earl of extreme and hopeless sickness
of, 353.

........., ......, letter of 16.

--------- , ......, letters to, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, 14, 15,
20, 21, 24.

Estates made in tail to Englishmen, 371.

----- ...., restrictions with regard to, in the new
English settlements, 419.

Eughter or Euter, McWilliam, 50, 65, 173,
225, 253, 378.

---------> ------ , understands Latin, but not
English, 48.

----- ...., ......, his submission, 49.

........., ......, his country, 64, 349.

--------- , ......, restored and settled in his
country, 75.

Euraghes, 11, 12, 15, 16.

Europe, 358.

Eustace, Erlan, 310.

-- .., James, 124, 310.

•- - - - - - - - - - - - - - . (see Viscount Baltinglas), 373.

------ ..., ......, attainted of high treason, 42.

........., ......, escheated lands of, 42.

--------- , John, 124.

........., ......, of Castlemarten, Kildare, 174.

--------- , Maurice, of Castlemarten, attainted,
421.

........., ......, escheated lands of, 421.

.., Nicholas, 124.

-------- ., Sir Nicholas (priest), to be appre-
hended as a rebel, 318.

--------- , Oliver, 318.

, Richard, 163.

--------- , Thomas, attainted, 421.

--------- , ......, escheated lands of, 421.

Euter Connaught, the Burkes of, 378.

Evagh, otherwise called Maginis country, 436.

Eve or Ewe, of Devonshire, seditious libel of,
published at Waterford, copies of sedi-
tious occurrences from Rome (note,
280, 281), 287, 288.

Everett, Richard, 465.

Evidence, Act against forging of, 425.

Evil-disposed persons, 390.

----- ...., names of, 386.

Ewe See Eve,

Exactions upon tenants, 72.

--------- , all Irish to be abolished, 369.

Excester (Exeter P), 221.

Exchequer, the, 57,107, 276, 399, 422,460,

477.

......, ......, of Ireland, 26.

• - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , in England, 196.

........., court of, 27, 132, 367.

........., courts of 399.

........., Vice-Treasurer of the (see Sir Edward
Fitton), 37.

--------- , Lord Chief Justice of the, 45.

...., Chief Baron of the, 376, 408.

........., ...... (see Sir Lucas Dillon), 182, 367,
381.

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