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Abberconway, 219.

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.

Acarnie, 406.

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-
pounded at the next Parliament to be
holden in Ireland;”—cont.
against all such calling themselves
gentlemen, who live without any
certain means or trade of life,
and others leading an idle life,
157.
that any person attainted of high
treason shall forfeit all his lands,
tenements, and hereditaments, 157.
regarding the surnames of bastards,
158.
for the preservation of deer, hawks,
and wildfowl, 158.
that all bargains and sales shall be
by deed enrolled, 158.
that information and examination of
all persons committed for felony
or treason should be taken in
writing, 158.
to extinguish uses and to abolish all
fraudulent feoffments and con-
veyances, 158.
for conveyance of lands by will, 158.
regarding persons accused of high
treason, 158.
for trial of accessories in foreign
counties (sic), 158.
for trial of pirates, 159.
for sowing hemp and flax and for
making linen cloth, 159.
for the due execution of the Statute
“de excommunicato expiendo,”
159.
to confirm the grants and estates of
the Undertakers of Ulster, 159.
against fastnessmen and compounding
of felonies, 159.
for punishing vagabonds
themselves Egyptians, 159.
that a custos rotulorum be appointed
in every shire, according to the
Statute of England, 159.
against usury, 159.
to repeal the Act against the enter-
tainment of Scots, 159.
to take away clergy for burglary and
rape, &c., 159.
for the punishment of such as
slanderously report of his Ma-
jesty's person and Government,
160.
that all about 16 years of age shall
take the oath of allegiance, 160.

prohibiting the unjust exactions of
ministers for mortuaries and such
like, 160.
to be made for the true payment of
tithe, 160.
to restrain licentious adulteries, 160.
against the usurped power of the
Church of Rome;—an Act made
in the reign of Edward I. and in
every King's reign, 160.

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Acts of Parliament “thought fit to be pro-
pounded at the next Parliament to be
holden in Ireland;”—cont.
for the better paying of poundage
and delivering books of account
into the Exchequer, 161.
for punishing rioters and such as
riotously assemble themselves, 161.
for the punishment of concealers of
felons, and to restrain the excessive
gain now taken by fastness men,
161.
for erecting inns and for restraining
the excessive number of alehouses,
&c., 161.
to prevent all future extortions and
deceits in officers of courts, at-
torneys, clerks, and solicitors, 161.
to restrain the Irish habits and
language, especially in cities and
towns, 161.
to redress the abuses and extortions
of sheriffs and clerks of the market,
161.
to be passed for a grant of subsidies,
161.
for killing wolves and other vermin,
161.
to be made for erecting in every
parish a common pound and com-
mon stocks, &c., 162.
regarding game, &c., 162.
for tanning leather, 162.
for the abolishing of barbarous and
rude customs, 163.
to repeal the Act for limitation of
places for tanning of leather, 164.
Act, the, of recognition, 285.
- - - - - - - - - for the Uniformity of Common Prayers
“not legally pursued or misexecuted,”
304, 305.
- * * * .., the, of Absentees, 444.
* - - - - - , ......, the Duke of Norfolk, the Earl
of Shrewsbury, Lord Bartley, and others
dispossessed of their lands in Ireland
by, 444.
Acts now in force in England to be enacted
in Ireland, 163.
- - - - - - - to be repealed, 163.
Adams, Rob., 90.
* - - - - - - , Will., 91.
Adamston, 117.
Adamstowne, 341.
Admiral, the Lord, 114.
Admiralty Court, 114.

Adulteries, an Act proposed to restrain licen-
tious, 160.

Advice for removing the natives who are
swordmen, 48.

Advices how the titles of the bishop, dean,
&c. of the island and city of Derry may
be cleared ;— sent into Ireland by the
Treasurer, and signed by the Lords,
49.

Advices-cont.

-- ... touching the proportions and places
to be assigned to certain principal
natives, 52.

- ... set down by the Commissioners, 56.

Advowsons, to have incumbents settled upon,
57.

Adwick, Mr., 395.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , his allotment as an Undertaker,
398.

AEmonac Insulae, 358.

Affain, 341.

Ager, Sir Anthony, 122, 254.

Aghacroghe, 298.

Aghagalla, 405.

Aghalane, 398.

Agher, 411.

--- Pallice, 116.

Aghivillan, 416.

Aghmootie, Alexander, 397.

- - , John, 397.

Aghteduff, 395.

Aghviller, 28.

Agricultural implements, the Irish ploughs
“untowardly,” 290.

Aguila, Don Juan de, Don Juan del, 362,
363, 375.

Aha, 26.

Aheliethmegree, 347.

Ahinacuanhy, 439,

Ailward, Piers, Vice-Admiral, 337,

Ainimireach, King of Ireland, 375.

- , his son Hugh, 375.

Ainmreagh, 345.

Akel Head, 437.

Albanagh, Roger, 286.

Albert, Prince, Archduke of Austria, 285.

Aldworth, Richard, Sir Richard, 137, 425;
when knighted, 384.

Alehouses, an Act proposed to restrain the
excessive number of, 161.

Alene, John, 32.

Alexander, 3rd, King of Scotland, 356, 362.

Alferez, 376.

Alfred, King, Ireland should be divided into
shires, hundreds, &c., as England was
divided by, 452.

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
concubine of Earl of Tyrone, 350.

Allan Connaught, the bog of, 447.

Allegiance, an Act that all above 16 years of
age should take the oath of, 160.

- and Supremacy, the oaths of, should
be taken by the Undertakers and servi-
tors, 322.

Allen, 23.

........., David, 90.

--- ...., John, 23, 24.

--- , Thomas, 23, 90.

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Archer, an Undertaker, 430.

•- - - - - , Mathew, 337.

........., Patrick, 27.

- - - - - - - - , Walter, 27.

Ardagh, 155.

........., barony of, a description of the land
in, 381.

........., diocese of, the Errenagh and Termon
lands in, 40.

- - - - , Bishop of Kilmore and, 135.

- - - - - - - - - , the ruined cathedral church of, to be
re-edified, 155.

Ardconnorath, 155.

- - - - - - - , the ruined cathedral church of, to be
re-edified, 155.

Ardconraghe, the see of Killala united to, 293.

Ardconrye, Archbishop of 135.

Ardcroman, 118.

Ardert, the titular Bishop of 198. See Craghe.

Ardes, the, 448.

Ardfert, the ruined cathedral church of to be
re-edified, 155.

--- , the Bishop of, 170.

Ardmagh, Ardmaghe, see Armagh.

Ardre, 24.

Ardriston, 26, 117.

Ardtullagh, 117.

Ardvarran, 246.

Ardye, 219.

Arelie, Island of, 437.

Argile, Earl of, 357, 359.

Arklow, Arckloe, 252, 450.

........., the lordship of 299.

Arlo, 447.

Armagh, Armaghe, Ardmagh, etc., 22, 50, 77,
136, 155, 169,219, 224, 225, 227, 234,
246, 247, 249,399, 439.

........., 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-

missioners.

........., prior of 247.

........., dignitaries of 57.

Armagh—cont.
........., diocese of order to be taken for the
endowment of the churches in, 57.
- - - - - ...., ......, the Errenagh and Termon lands
in, 40.
........., the clergy assembled at, 457.
........., the ruined cathedral church to be
re-edified, 155.
........., barony of a description of the land
in, 381.
........., co., 43,46, 49, 52, 78, 134, 136, 168,
225, 229, 231, 232, 234, 235, 251, 392,
422.
........., ......, a project for the division and
plantation of the escheated lands in, 13.

• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , its divisions, 21.

• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , the Church's portion in, 21.
......., ......, the undertakers' portions in, 22.

........., ......, certain woods in, to be reserved

for the King's use, 45.
........., ......, allotments to Undertakers in,
415.
Arms and munition, an Act for restricting the
public use of 163.
Armstrong, Will., 90.
Army, the, its reconstruction considered in
order to economise the revenue of
Ireland, 434.
Arra, Brien, 74.
Arran, the Isles of 19, 296,297, 436.
Arrears, Commissions of, a certificate of the
estate of the arrears and execution of,
74.
Arspoll, James, 26.
Art, Eff McPhelim, 34.
Artenecrane, 453.
Artherley, Will., 91.
Arthur of Limerick, 431,
- - - ..., D. Richard, 286.
Articles, the, 42, 43, 142.
- - - - - - ..., ......, agreed upon between the Privy
Council, on the King's behalf, and the
Committees appointed by the Act of
the Common Council, on behalf of the
Mayor and Commonalty of the city
of London, concerning a plantation
in part of the province of Ulster, 36.
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , the Londoners (Undertakers)
are to plant their lands as other Under-
takers, excepting the special privileges
expressed in, 141.
..., of plantation, 144.
• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , of covenant, by which the
Londoners (Undertakers) were “tied”
to build houses in certain towns, 219.
Artificers, 452.
........., labourers and household servants,
wages of, in co. Tyrone, 29.
......... and workmen taken from Scotland by
the Undertakers, 79.
Artillery, General of, 375. See Carew.
Arundell, Arrundell, T., Earl of, 326, 364,
366, 377, 380,381.

Arundell Tower, 338.

See McPhelim.

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