« PreviousContinue »
G E N E R A L IND EX.
Abbey lands, the composition of 192.
Abbeys, the suppression of, and the oath of supremacy, the policy of Henry VIII. with regard to the Irish Parliament on account of, 146.
Abercorne, Abircorne, Earl of, Lord, 232, 245, 410.
- - - - - * * * * * * * , Chief Undertaker in the precinct of Strabane, has taken possession and is resident with his lady and family in co. Tyrone, 77.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , his allotment as an Undertaker, 409.
........., Ja, Earl of 57.
Absence out of the realm, an Act against, 155.
Absentees, Statute of Act of, 147,444. See Earl of Shrewsbury.
Acheson, Henry, 232, 247.
Ackland, Lieutenant, 54.
Acland, Francis, 327.
Acre, the comparison and difference of the English and Irish, set down according to the rates found in Munster,
432. Acts of Parliament, 173,444, 456. See also Parliament. ........, “thought fit to be propounded at the next Parliament to be holden in Ireland;”
for the re-edifying and repairing of cathedral and parochial churches, 154.
against receivers and harbourers of Jesuits, seminary priests, and other Popish priests and schoolmasters, and against sending children beyond seas, 155.
to restrain all ecclesiastical persons from alienating the lands of their charge, 155.
Acts of Parliament “thought fit to be propounded at the next Parliament to be holden in Ireland;”—cont. against idle holidays and holding fairs and markets upon Sundays or within the precincts of the churchyard, 155. to give to the King all chantries and other lands given to superstitious uses, as obits, lamps, anniversaries, and the like, 156. that all friars, monks, and nuns shall be expelled from their dissolved houses, 156. to revive and make perpetual the imposts of wines, 156. to resume all grants made to corporations, to be free from the King's customs, 156. to establish for ever the several compositions made with the inhabitants of Munster and other places, 156. to extinguish the custom of tanistry, and to make all lands “descendable,” according to the course of the common laws, 157. that any person attainted of high treason shall forfeit all his lands, tenements, and hereditaments, 157. of recognition of the King's undoubted right to the Crown of Ireland, 157. for the abolishing of the Brehon law, and to make the common laws current in all parts of Ireland, 157.
- regarding artificers and others engaged in trade, 157.
to abolish the uncertain cuttings and cosherings usurped by divers lords and gentlemen upon their tenants and dependents, 157.
to repeal certain Statutes prohibiting the exportation of sundry commodities, 157.
Acts of Parliament “thought fit to be pro-
prohibiting the unjust exactions of
Acts of Parliament “thought fit to be pro-
Adulteries, an Act proposed to restrain licen-
Advice for removing the natives who are
Advices how the titles of the bishop, dean,
-- ... touching the proportions and places
- ... set down by the Commissioners, 56.
Advowsons, to have incumbents settled upon,
Adwick, Mr., 395.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , his allotment as an Undertaker,
AEmonac Insulae, 358.
Ager, Sir Anthony, 122, 254.
--- Pallice, 116.
Aghmootie, Alexander, 397.
- - , John, 397.
Agricultural implements, the Irish ploughs
Aguila, Don Juan de, Don Juan del, 362,
Ailward, Piers, Vice-Admiral, 337,
Ainimireach, King of Ireland, 375.
- , his son Hugh, 375.
Akel Head, 437.
Albanagh, Roger, 286.
Albert, Prince, Archduke of Austria, 285.
Aldworth, Richard, Sir Richard, 137, 425;
Alehouses, an Act proposed to restrain the
Alene, John, 32.
Alexander, 3rd, King of Scotland, 356, 362.
Alfred, King, Ireland should be divided into
Alienation Ocffie, the, in England, 108.
Alienations, fines for, 312.
--- , fines for licences and pardons of, 108.
Alison, the wife of a smith at Dundalk, the
Allan Connaught, the bog of, 447.
Allegiance, an Act that all above 16 years of
- and Supremacy, the oaths of, should
........., David, 90.
--- ...., John, 23, 24.
--- , Thomas, 23, 90.
Archer, an Undertaker, 430.
•- - - - - , Mathew, 337.
........., Patrick, 27.
- - - - - - - - , Walter, 27.
........., barony of, a description of the land
........., diocese of, the Errenagh and Termon
- - - - , Bishop of Kilmore and, 135.
- - - - - - - - - , the ruined cathedral church of, to be
- - - - - - - , the ruined cathedral church of, to be
Ardconraghe, the see of Killala united to, 293.
Ardconrye, Archbishop of 135.
Ardert, the titular Bishop of 198. See Craghe.
Ardes, the, 448.
Ardfert, the ruined cathedral church of to be
--- , the Bishop of, 170.
Ardmagh, Ardmaghe, see Armagh.
Ardriston, 26, 117.
Arelie, Island of, 437.
Argile, Earl of, 357, 359.
Arklow, Arckloe, 252, 450.
........., the lordship of 299.
Armagh, Armaghe, Ardmagh, etc., 22, 50, 77,
........., the Archbishop of, 40, 57.
* * * * * * * , his lands in the escheated
counties of Ulster, 40.
--- , the Dean of, 144, 247, 417,456.
, Primate of the Lord Primate of 14,
38, 92, 135, 170,249,456. See Com-
........., prior of 247.
........., dignitaries of 57.
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , its divisions, 21.
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , the Church's portion in, 21.
........., ......, certain woods in, to be reserved
for the King's use, 45.
Arundell Tower, 338.