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GENERAL INDEX.

A.
Abbay, 449.
Abbeys and religious houses in the county of
Clare, 472.
- - - - - - - - - in the county of Galway, 473.
--------- , ......, by whom possessed, 473.
Abboy, 138.
Abuses in the cities and towns, 177.
Achiart, 473.
Achonry, Acad, bishopric of, 475.
- - - - - - - - - , O’Harte, incumbent of, 475.
Achrim, abbey of, 473.
Adam, allusion to, 47.
Adelantado, the, 61, 123, 200, 204.
--------- , his son, 123.
......... the Conde, mayor of Castilla, 204.
Aderton, Captain, 94.
Admiral, the, see Sir Richard Leveson, 181,
187, 188, 204, 502.
--------- , Royal, see Brochero, 29.
- - - - - - - - - , the Spanish, 190.
Admiralty, High Court of, 128, 129.
Admirante, the, 327.
......... of Arragon, 273, 321.
Agarde, Francis, 447, 449.
Ager, Francis, 469.
Aghrymeomany, a town built by Englishmen,
476.

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Algier, 312, 319, 320, 377, 502.

- - - - - - - - ., the enterprise of, dissolved, 377.

Aloni, see Athlone, 21.

Alost, 274.

Altezes, 274, 275.

Anaghcoyne, abbey of 473.

--------- , a good market town built by English
men, 476.

Annaly, Annally, the, 88, 92, 23.

Annelagh, Annely, 284, 285, 288.

Apostolic Brief, 209.

Apsley, Allen, Alan, &c., Mr., 51,71, 98, 114,
231, 320, 356, 399, 501.

* * * * * * * * * > - - - - - - , receives his share of the Spanish
spoils, 237.

........., ......, Commissary of Victuals, 303,
305.

Aquila, Aquilla, Aguila, Don John, Don
Juan de, de l', 23, 181, 184, 187, 189,
191, 192, 193, 195, 196, 198, 200, 201,
203, 204, 205, 206, 215, 216, 217, 220,
224, 225, 231, 241, 243, 245, 249, 252,
253, 257, 263,268, 271, 272,276, 289,
293, 307, 309, 316, 325, 334, 336, 356.
......, his good opinion of the Queen's
forces, 162.
........., ......, his house shot through by the
Queen's forces, 167.
......, “commended highly the valour
of our men, and cried shame upon
“ the cowardice of his own, who he said
“ had been the terror of all nations, but
“ now had lost that reputation,” 186.

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- - - - - - - - - , ......, his letters to the Earl of Tyrone
intercepted, 191.
........., ......, “having found the Irish not

“ only weak and barbarous, but (as he
“feared) perfidious friends,” desires to
make honourable terms with the Lord
Deputy, 195.
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , Captain, and camp, Master-
General and Governor of the army of
the King of Spain, 199.
........., ......, articles of composition at the
siege of Kinsale between the Lord De-
puty and Council and him, 199.
........., ......, report of his sending wine and
fruits to Lord Deputy and Sir George
Carew, 243.
........., ......, his presents to the Lord De-
puty and Sir George Carew, 258, 259.

Arbë, Roger, see Harvey, 335.
Arbraken, Arbrachan, 401, 415.
........., ......, letters dated at, 400, 401.
Archangel, the, a ship so called, 80.
Archbishop, the, 378.
Archdeacon, Richard, paymaster of Leinster,
102, 161,437.
........., ....... warrant to, 161.
Archduke, the, 8, 104, 123, 151, 274, 275,
321, 327, 347.
--- - - - - - - , extreme mutiny in the camp of, 347.
--------- , publishes a proscription against mu-
tineers, 347.

Archer, James, Father, the Jesuit, 58, 78, 79,
202, 240, 241, 242, 243, 303, 339, 366,

373, 385.

- - - - - - - - - , ......, the inditer of an infamous letter,
58.

--------- - - - - - - sent to negotiate the sending of

supplies out of Spain, 59.
..., ......, his letters intercepted, 167.

--------- , ......, gone into Spain as an agent
general for the rebels in Munster, 304.

........., ......, knows a sure and certain way
to surprise the castle of Limerick, 326.

------ ..., ......, “books against Don Juan, and
Don Juan against him,” 366.

Ardagh, Bishop of, 44.

--------- > * * * * * * , his widow, Susan Kevan, 44.

Ardboe, number of horsemen and footmen in,
with their captains, 397.

Ardconerinn, 481.

Ardea, in the bay of Canmarra in Desmond,
202, 251, 253, 354.

--------- , castle of, 405.

Ardee, 469.

Ardenery, abbey of 474.

--------- , barony of 474.

Ardes, the, 156, 451.

........., country of, 451.

--------- , men of name in, 451.

Ardey, 450.

Ardglas, barony of, 474.

Ardnerye, barony of 450.

--------- , castle of, 450.

Ardrahane, a good market town built by Eng-
lishmen, 476.

Aren, 473.

Arena, Mighell de, 206, 207.

Arkelowe, 447, 448.

------- .., haven in, 447.

Armada, the fearful, of the King of Spain,
312.

Armagh, Armaghe, 85, 86, 89, 93, 135, 149,

179, 249, 451, 497, 498.
.., the primacy of, void, 488.
, the Queen leaves the filling up of the

see to the Bishop of Dublin and others,
488.

........., county of 213.

Armayle, Ardmayle, and castle of, 162, 165.

, camp at, 163.

, letter dated at, 163.

Army, the, 92, 163, 427, 429.

--------- , compounded of so many false hearts,
163.

........., list of, as it stands the first of Ja-
nuary 1602, 396.

--------- , hardships of the new currency upon
the, 427, 429.

--------- , expenses of the government and, 503.

Arnham in Guelderland, 274.

Arragon, 273, 321.

........., the Admirante, Admyrante of, 273,
3.21.

Arran, the four islands of, 450, 472.

Arrenbergh, the Court of, 273.

Arthur, Patrick, l 16, 161, 180, 345, 384.

Articles requisite for the commissary of
Munster, 499.

--------- to be performed by him, 500.
Arundell, Captain, 153.

--------- haven, 222.
........., the Lord of the Strond, 441.
--------- , his yearly revenues, 441.
Arve, Captain Andrew, 205, 206.
Askeaton, Asketon, 307, 311, 366,451.
--------- , garrison of, 366.
Athashell, abbey of, 162.
Athenon, castle of, 450.
Athenry, Athenrye, 174, 450, 472, 473, 478.
- - - - - - - - - , the waste town of, 174.

--------- , abbey of, 473.
........., barony of, 450.
----- ...., a fair large town, well walled, with

strong towers, built by Englishmen,
destroyed during the late rebellion,
476.

Atherloe mountains, 60.

Atherton, Captain Henry, 397.

Athlone, Athloane, Alone, Aloni, Athloyne,
Athlon, 2, 21, 49, 54, 72, 88, 92, 94,
101, 102, 106, 236, 348, 358, 385, 386,
387, 388, 395, 399, 400, 416, 449,476.

--------- , letters dated at, 387, 388.

-- .., abbey of, 475.

--------- , barony of, 450.

--------- , castle of, 485.

Athye, 447.

Atkinsonn, Captain, 397.

Attorney, Mr., 5.

- - - - - - - - - , the Queen's, 138, 460. See Clergy.

------ ..., of Munster, 146.

Auditor, the, 391, 495, 504. See Peyton.

Audley, Audeley, Audelay, Awdley, Lord, 18,
184, 396, 451.

Aughenegrane, 498.

Aukilles, 473.

Avergne, Count of, 141,275.

Avero, 140.

Aylmers, the, 447.

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B.

Bacon, a man of Sir Edward Wingfield, 304,
305.

Badbey, Captain Thomas, 397.

Bagnall, Bagenall, Bagnoll, Sir Samuel, 93,
94, 244, 246, 248, 250, 257, 258, 262,
263,264, 268, 270, 284, 285,288, 290,
296,298, 299, 304, 306, 307, 314, 315,
316, 317, 331, 343, 348, 365, 367, 368,
369, 372, 377, 379, 382, 397, 403, 497,
498.

--------- , Sir Nicholas, 451.

Balinskelig, 222.

Ballaghe Slewght Morroughe, 447.

Ballaghmeaske, abbey of, 474.

Balla Hyaness, barony of, 450.

--------- Laghan, barony of, 450.

Ballalahane in county Mayo, built by English-
men, 476.

Ballanrath, 481.

Ballashenan, barony of 450.

Ballemurgherve, camp at, 6.

--------- , letter dated at, 6.

Ballen Caller, barony of, 450.

Ballenecoller, castle of, 450.

Ballenehence, 472.

Balliboughill, 504.

Ballimore, barony of, 450.

Ballinevolt, castle of, 450.

Ballinrobbe, Ballinrobba, abbey of, 474.

--------- , a good market town in the county of
Mayo, built by Englishmen, 476.

Ballintubber, abbey of, 474.

--------- , barony of 475, 476.
Ballinvotte, barony of, 474.
--------- , abbey of, 474.

Balliriehuish, barony of, 450.
Ballishannon, Ballyshannen, Ballyshennan, 49,
66, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 94, 100, 218,
232,236, 246, 284, 285, 400.
--------- , the planting of, 47, 49.
..., governor of 247, 414,437.
--------- , ......, to try offences committed con-
trary to the effect of the Queen's pro-
clamation concerning the Exchange,
414.
------ ..., number of horsemen and footmen in,
with their captains, 397.
Ballroderye, letter dated at, 244.
Balrudye, 446.
Ballymonagh, a good market town in county
Mayo, built by Englishmen, 476.
Ballymote, 497.
Ballyvourney in Muscrye, 106.
Baltinglasse, Viscount, 447.
Baltymore, Baltimore, Belatimore, 196, 203,
206, 222, 226, 255, 256, 259,267, 272,
334, 335, 367, 377,441, 452, 454.
--------- , Spaniards in, 197, 198, 199.
..., the castle and haven of 206.

Baltymore, the harbour of, 255.
--------- , the haven of, 452, 454.
--------- , Spanish captains at, 333.
Band, Bande, the, 87, 89, 306, 451.
Banden, Bandon, river of, 406.

------ ..., many of the rebels drowned in, after
an engagement with the Queen's forces,
406.

Bane, John, 130.
Bank in England, the, 326,421.
Bann, Banne, the, 213, 282, 287, 451.
Bannerett, 449.
Banno, the, 448.
Bantry, Bantrye, Bantrie, 202, 236, 237,242,
251, 255, 367, 403, 407, 408.
--------- , abbey of, camp near, 237.
--------- , ......, letters dated at, 237,242.
, bay of 236, 240, 242, 251, 255.
..., country of, 407.

........., garrison of, commanded by Captain
Flower, 403.

--------- , harbour of, 255.

Banyde, abbey of, 474.

Barbary, King of, 312.

Barbianus, M. Werticus, 107.

Barkeley, Barklye, Barkley, Sir Edward, 305.

--------- , Sir Francis, 7, 70, 99, 101, 125, 126,
127, 128, 129, 130, 136, 152, 187, 188,
226, 317, 396.

........., Sir John, 2, 5, 14, 18, 31, 40, 41, 42,
46, 53, 54, 92, 102, 106, 108, 179, 180,
182, 183, 187, 188, 189; see note, 193,
239.

, Serjeant-major, 179, 192.

........., Captain Henry, 393.

--------- , Lord, 494. -

Barlowe, Mr., chaplain to Lord Deputy
Mountjoy, 48.

Barneglasse, 481.

Barnehelly, 201.

Barnesillie, 441.

Barnestable, Barnastable, Barnstaple, Barstable,

Barstaple, Beastable, 110, 116, 121,

142, 144, 153, 155, 156, 158, 159, 160,
180, 278, 297, 311, 331, 332, 334.

Barnett, Baron, John McOlyverus, otherwise
McWilliam and McWadin, so called,
474.

Barnewales, the, 447.

Barnewell, 449.

--------- , Christopher, 469.

Henry, 470.

•y
........., James, 469.
--------- , Patrick, 469.
Baron of Parliament, 350.
Barons, the, 391.
Barracarbere, a castle so calied, 105.
Barrett's daughter, wardship of 112.
Barroughe, Barrow, Barrowe, river of, 447.
Barrowe, 481.

See Caher.

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Barry, Barrye, David FitzGerrert, 201.

--------- , David FitzGarrat, 201.

--- - - - - - - , David Oge, 201.

........., Garrat, Garrot, Garret, 201.

--------- , John, Captain John, 78, 79, 201,231,
237, 242, 246, 263.

-------- ., Sheriff of the county of Cork, 349,
350, 439.

--------- , the Lord, 55, 61, 78, 79, 161, 180,
276, 349, 355, 403, 405, 442.

--------- , Wiscount Buttevant, warrant to, to
levy all the risings out of the country,
150.

--------- , ......, the Crown holds his lands by
forfeiture, 441.

--------- , ......, yearly revenues of, 441. .

---------, ......, to be at Galbilye to withstand
the joining of the Irish with the
Spaniards, 150.

--------- , Mr., to continue to be sheriff of county
of Cork, 369.

-------- ., Nicholas, 201.

Barrymore, 453.

- - - - - - - - - , Lord, 452, 453.

Basill, 402.

Basing, 141.
........., Court at, 144.
--------- , letter dated at, 144.

Bassett, Captain Edward, 397.

Bastard Geraldines, the, 447.

Bastille, Bastyle, at Paris, 275, 321.

------- .., account of execution of Marshal
Biron in, 322, 460.

Bath and Wells, Dean of See Clergy, and
Contributions.

Bathe, Charles James, 469.

- - - - - - ..., James, 467.

Bathes, the, 447.

Bathurst, Robert, 109.

Bayonne, in France, 492.

Baythe, Patrick, 469.

Beallahawnes, abbey of, 474.

Beallalahane, barony of, 474.

Beallalege, Beallaleg, 475, 476.

- - - - - - - - - , town of 476.

Beallaleynee, 472.

Beallamore, 472.

Beallanenee, the cell of, 475.

Beallaslow, 476.

Beallesedery, abbey of, 474.

- - - - - - - - -- barony of, 474.

Bear, the, one of the Queen's ships, 158.

Beare, Beere, Beare Haven, Beere Haven,
Beer Haven, Bear Haven, 196, 200,
202, 206, 222, 224, 226, 231, 233,236,
248, 255, 263,269, 317, 330, 331, 332,
334, 371, 404, 406, 408, 416, 441, 452,
454.

----- ...., excellent harbour of, 255.

- - - - - - - - - , description of, 255.

........., Spaniards in, 197, 198, 199.

Beare, camp at, 252.

........., country of, 407.

--------- , the siege of, 293.

--------- , the fort of, 311.

--------- , reported landing of Spaniards at, 317.

--------- , the inaccessible country of, 383.

------- .., Spaniards at, 330.

..., Spanish ships in, 335.

..., mountains of, 400.

--------- , success of the Queen's forces in, 406

Bedford, Lord of, his house in the Strand,
letter dated at, 167.

Bedlow, 451.

Beg, Ullige Oge, 473.

Begge Cahir, 44.

Belaghe of Moinote, 449.

Belatymore, haven of, 452.

Beleeke, 299.

Belensen, Earl of, 28.

Belile in Brittany, 346.

Bench, the, 138.

Beragan, Captain, 203.

Berck, taken by Count Maurice, 123.

Berkshire, Court at Aldermerston in, 141.

Bernewall, the Lord of Berehaven, 441.

- - - - - ..., ......, his yearly revenues, 441.

Berry, Berrey, Berrie, Sir Benjamin, 179, 187,
189. See note, 315, 398.

Besoigniois, 275.

Billings, Captain, 93.

Bills of Exchange, 246.

Bingham, Richard, Chief Commissioner of
Connaught, 488.

Bingley, Binglye, Mr., 261, 262,351.
........., Captain Raphe, 397.
Birkhead, Christopher, 120.
Birnes, the, in Leinster, 2, 201.
Biron, Byron, Marshal Duke of, 141, 273,
275,276, 321, 326,402.
........., ......, his conspiracy, 321, 326,402.

- - - - - - ..., ......, account of the execution of, in
France, 321.

--------- , the Duchy of, 322.
Biscay, Biscaye, 123, 204.
Bishoprics, English, contributions from, for

oppressing the traitors and rebels in
Ireland, 459, 460. See Clergy.

Black Abbey, the, in Moyhell, occupied by
Dominicans, 474.

Black Prince, the, 440.

Black rents, 454, 456.

--------- , one of the Irish taxes due to the lord
by the tenant, 454.

Blackwater, the, 87, 89, 93, 94, 108, 135,213,
218, 264, 286, 306, 443, 497.

........., camp at or near, letters dated at, 108,
113.

Blake, James, of Galway, 241.

........., is thought to have poisoned O'Don.
nell, 350, 351.

See Baltimore.

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Blany, Blaney, Captain Edward, 93, 152, 179,

183, 188, 397, 443.
Blarney, Blarny, castle of, 343, 354, 365, 372.
--------- , taken by Carew, 343.

, the best and strongest house of Cor-
mocke McDermod Carty, 372.

........,, one of the pledges for his submission,
372.

Blaskey, Blaskeys, 122.

--------- , the sound of, 222.
Blasto, Blastowe, the sound of, 452, 454.
Blawnchfields, the, 448.
Blewett, in Brytayne, 339, 340.
Blind Abbot, the, 33.

-------- ., his son, Walter Bourke, 53.
Blount, Blounte, Captain George, 166,264.

----- ...., ......, his intended negociations with
the Earl of Tyrone after the battle of
Kinsale, 212.

--------- , Captain James, 397.
Blunt, Sir Christopher, 35, 36, 38.

- - - - - - - - - , James. See note, 189.
Bodley, Bodlye, Captain Josiaso, trench

master, 93, 152, 180, 186, 187, 188,
250, 397.

Boice, Captain Thomas, 396.
Boise, see note, 189.
Boisleduc, 321.

Bonnaghe, one of the Irish services due to the
Crown, 454.

Bonnaght, bonny, 455.
Bonnaugh, beg, 455.
Bonnane, 202.
Bonnaught money, 494.
Bonratty, castle of, in county of Clare, built
by Englishmen, 475.
Boraly, castle of, 449.
Bordeaux, 80, 100, 384.
........., wines of, trade in, 80.
Borders of Scotland, 425. See Scotland.
Boroughe, Thomas Lord, Lord Deputy, 504.
Borragan, Captain, 205.
Borren, castle of, 449.
Bostocke, Captain John, 97, 152, 183, 396.
Bouillon, Duke of 398, 401, 402, 403.
--------- , ......, his flight to Germany, 402.

• * * * * * * * * > . . . . . . , summoned to the French Court
upon an accusation of taking part in
Marshal Biron's conspiracy, 402.

Bourcher, Bourchier, George, Sir George, 9,
86, 147, 179, 198, 200, 244, 306, 341,
349, 358, 397.

........., Lady Ann, the cause of her divorce
from the Lord Marquis of Northamp-
ton, 147.

--------- , ......, ......, her daughter Catherine,
147.

Bourke, Boorcke, see also Burke, the Lord,
39, 101, 180.

Bourke, Redmond, Redmondo, 23, 53, 54, 58,
59, 60, 61, 65, 96, 126, 191.
........., ......, his bastard brother William, 60.

.........' ..... ., emigrates from Munster to
Spain after the siege of Kinsale, 200.

------- .., Thomas, Sir Thomas, 187, 189. See
note, 397.

.......... Captain, 397.
........., Tibbot, Captain, 397.

........., William, 60, 235, 241, 243, 251, 254,
353, 404, 415, 439.

Bowgler, 370.

Bowins, 202.

Bowrckes in Muskrye, 78.

Bowrke, McWilliam, 453.

Bowrks, the, 450.

Boy, Hugh, 88.

Boyle, Richard, Mr., 215, 355, 356, 357,
371, 375, 389, 392, 393, 396.

........., ......, clerk of the Council of Munster,
356.

- - - - - - - - ,, ......, one of the Council of Munster,
389.

Boyle, Boile, the, 86, 88, 94, 95, 104, 106,
108.

........., the abbey of, 85, 88, 92,475.
Boysels, the, 447.

Braband, 327.
Bracchano, Duke of, 8. See Virginio Ursing.
Braceloghe, Tirloghe, 213.

- - - - - ..., ......, his son, 213.
Brandons, the, 451.

Brasil, 312.

Breane, the, 449.

Brecknock, 116.

Breens, Breines, the, 449.
Brehon Law, the, 455.
Bremingham, Lord, 473. See Brumingham.
Brene, Shane ne Moy, 475.
Brennagh, Teige, otherwise Teige Walsh, 201.
Brenny, Breny, the, 8, 42, 49, 93.
........., East, 450.

........., West, 450.

--------- , ......., ransacked by Lord Deputy
Mountjoy, 42.

--------- , ......, a garrison planted there by Sir
Oliver Lambert, 42.

- - - - - - - - - , ......, an adject to the Province of
Connaught, 450.

Bresse, the, 8.

Brest, 340.

Brewhouses, 26.
Bridewell, in London, 146.
Bridge-foot, the, at Dublin, 69, 414.

Bristol, Brystol, Brystoll, Bristowe, 110, 116,
121, 125, 142, 144, 153, 155, 156, 158,
159, 160,273,293,297, 304,316, 317,
331, 332, 335, 339.

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