General Index

 

Adderly, Thomas, Sovn.,

5

Adderly, Thomas, presented with his burgesship in a silver box

262

Admiralty

89, 93

Agents for the town

 60

Agents to take out new Charters

124

Airing-houses, against the pestilence,

90, 91

Almericus, Lo. Baron Kinsale, elected a burgess,

168

Ancient natives, petitions of,

53-4

Applotment on the inhabitants,

29

Apprentice, claim at the end of his time,

19

Apprentice as a servant, claim at the end of his time,

49

Archer, Thomas, Sergeant. at Mace,

7

Archives of the Corporation., attempt to takeaway by night,

 266

Arran, Earl of, Lord Deputy,

163

Ashwicke, Bartholomew, Schoolmaster,

64, 71

Ashwicke, Bartholomew goes to Limerick,

117

Aston, Capt. Willoughby, sworn free, gratis,

 199

Attorneys of the town sworn,

68

Bakers, Company of, articles between and Sovereign,

31-4

Foreign bakers to sell bread on Wednesday and Saturday,

 33

Foreign bakers to have a new charter,

177

Ballard, William, to stamp the farthings,

12

Ballard, Williamhis widow accounts for,

13.

Barber Chyrurgeons, the Master to trim the Sovereign., Recorder , and Town Clerk, gratis,

176

Barber Chyrurgeons to have a Charter,

200

Barnard, Mr. Francis, of Bandon,

96

Barrow, Thomas , Deputy Supervisor of the port of Kinsale,

81

Barry, David, a planter,

92

Bathurst, Henry, Recorder,

20 

Bathurst, Henry, to have l5li. yearly,

49

Bathurst, Henry, to go to the convention in Dublin

125

Beadle, to have a frize coat, with the Corporation arms on it

142

Beamish, George, lease of part of Gallowsgreen,

158

Beckford, Willm., of Jamaica, presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

254

Beech, Captain Richd., report on the harbour,

112

Beer, ale, wine, regulations about selling,

18

Bell, to be set up in the Town Hall

50

Bell to be set up in Market,

96

Bellcastle, M., money to be applied to the purchase of the Barracks,

203

Bellman appointed

30,59

Bellman's hours,

67, 83 .

Benson, Thomas, of Kinsale, protection for,

73

Berkley, J., Lo. Vis. fz. Harding, presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

195

Bernard, Francis, sworn Recorder,

196

Bernard, Stephen, voted Recorder

239

Bertie, Lord Montague, Commander of H. M. S. The Line, a burgess

 247

Bilboa, of Plymouth, ship,

56

Bishop's Court,

5

Bishop, W., protests against the admission of freemen,

261

Blacknall, Nicholas, of Kinsale, protection for,

82

Bowler, William, Sovnereign petition against,.

233

Bowling-green, lease of,

116

Boyle, Richard

6

Mr. Boyle, Schoolmaster,

15, 65

Dr. J. Boyle proclaims a Court of Admiralty,

81

Rt. Hon. Henry Boyle, Speaker of H. C ., a freeman.

264

Richard Boyle , Lord Viscount, presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

274

Brady, Mr. Nicholas, sworn free, ex gratia

191

Bread, none to be bought of a foreign baker,

33

Broadricke, Sir John, Knight,

60

Broghill, Lord,

6

Browne, Thomas, Sovereign,

11, 4 4

Browne, Thomas, leaves a piece of plate to the Corporation.,

57

Browne's Mills, way to be opened to,

12.

Bryan, John, blacksmith, to stamp the farthings,

8

Bulman Rock,

23

Burgesses, sworn, not providing themselves with gowns, to be fined 5li . ,

7, 8

Burgesses, none to be admitted but by consent of the major part of the B.,

169

Burgesses, none to be admitted until sworn free,

201

Burgesses, petition against admission of freemen,

261,74

Burrows, James, Baron of the fair, plentifully treated the whole town,

155

Butchers, regulations of,

35-8, 156.

Byng, Sir George, a burgess

208

Caddowes, for the Fort, the Town assessed for,

53

Calfe, Isaac, proposals to cleanse the harbour,

117

Calfe, Isaac, to build a wharfe,

118

Calfe, Isaac, to furnish sand from Kilgobban Castle to lnishanno

118

Calfe, Isaac. approbation of,

120, 131, 135

Carty, Sir James, Sovereign., spirited conduct when attacked by soldiers,

 291

Cashel, Alexander

16

Castle, the old used as a Court of Guard,

49

Castle Parke, fire, for the guards at,

114

Catts, Harmon, sealer of money weights,

134

Cavendish, Hon. Henry, his burgesship presented in a silver box,

257

Cavendish, John, his burgesship presented in a silver box,

257

Rt. Hon. Lord Frederick Cavendish, his burgesship presented in a silver box

 262

Chamberlain, Sir James, Bart., a burgess,

210

Chamberlain to collect the rents of the Corporation

 51

Actions  to be in Chamberlain's name

 51

Chamberlain to buy a cloak for the Sergeant of the liberties,

178

Chard, D, to billet out the officers and soldiers,

177

Charlemont, James, Lo. Vis., a freeman,

264

Charles II., moneys disbursed at his proclamation,

56

Charleyil, witnesses to,

104

Charter, 5li . for translating

47

Charter, Rolls searched for,

69

Charter  box contained with other writings

76

Charter to be renewed,

100, 110

Charter to be enrolled,

178

Charter, charges for,

179

Chest, strong, to be made for the Corporation Charters,

50

Chiefry claimed by the Bishop from  the Corporation,

144

Choisin, J ., a Frenchman, free,

93

Chudleigh, Mr. Tho., bought the ship Prudence ,

167

Churchill, Brig.-Gen., Gov".,

191

Churchill, Brig.-Gen., Gov".,a burgess

192

Lieut. William Churchill, a burgess,

229

Church, fees for opening the ground in,

16

Church, repairs of,

 29, 42, 43, 80, 90.

Chyrurgeon's fees for medicines and pains,

72, 74, 75.

Clarendon, Henry, Earl of,

169

Clarendon, Henry, Earl of, to

be entertained at Corporation. charge,

170

payment for entertainment of Henry Clarendon

171.

Clayton, Ran

6, 60

Clayton, Ran, remits his dues for nine sessions,

86.

Clements, M., Comr . H. M. S. Pallas, a burgess,

271.

Clerk of the Market's place, dispute about,

10

Clerk of the Market's, his dues to be collected,

22

Clerk of the Market's fees,

39 , 48

Clerk of the Market's, docket of fees,

143.

Collgrave, Capt. Geo., Gov'. of the town

173.

Commons land, finding of a Jury,

15.

Common Speaker,.

24

Commonwealth, money due to,

30

Commonwealth, escheated houses belonging to,

45, 52.

Comoge lane,

123

Constables, sworn,

10, 13, 19, 21, 25, 27, 44, 48

Constables, staves painted,

 57

Cooke, Zachary, a foreigner, to shut up his shop,

99

Coolevallinanbegg, survey of,

52, 65

Convention at Dublin, the Recorder to go to,

52

Conway, Rt. Hon. R., presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

262

Cordwainers and Ourf'iers to have a new charter,

177

Corey, Will., agent for the Corporation,

45

Corke gate, set

10

Corke gate and Fryar's gate, the inhabitants without to watch for preventing fire, approaching enemies, &c.,

53

Lord Bishop of Corke, sworn a burgess,

171

Corn, measurement to be inspected by the Clerk of the Market

 82

Coronation day, wines expended on,

 

Corporation, land of, to be sold at D.H.,

75

Corryn, George, Chyrurgeon, fee for opening the head and searching the brain, at an inquest,

 234

Cory, Lawrence, sworn Marshall,

10

Cotners, Company of,

95

Cottrell, Major John, a burgess,

244

Coughlan, John, protection for,

85

County Town Hall, erecting of,

125

Coursy, Lord, intrusion on the S. liberties to be opposed,

87

Miles de Coursy elected to sit in Parlt.,

185

Court of Guard to be repaired,

57

Cox, Nathaniel, of Cork, coins pence and farthings,

109

Cox, Nathaniel, to make 30 li . worth of farthings and pence,

116

Crispin, Will., protection for,

73

Crofts, Benj., Receiver of the precinct of Cork,

47-8

Crow, Milford, Gov". of Barbadoes, a burgess,

209

Curragh of Kildare, Kinsale militia at,

116

Davis, Sir Willm., request of the Sovn., &c., to,

126

Debt, bye-law relating to,

3

De Clifford, Lo. Baron, a freeman, in a gold box,

293

Dennis, James, agent for tbe Corporation,

201

Dent, Abrah., escape of, from Marshalsea,

258

Dilk, Cap. T., H. M. S. Bridgewater, free and a burgess,

203

Dodsworth, Geo., Sub-sergeant,

7

Donellan, Nehemiah, a burgess,

244

Dowdall, John, elected Recorder,

192

Dowlin, Will., of Barbadoes, mercht., sworn free,

254

Drumderrige, lands of,

20

Drumderridge, lease to Sir R. Southwell,

102

Drumderridge, division about,

105, 123

Drummer, 10s. for a, who deserted the late King's service,.

192

Drums, mending, 97.

 

Dudley, Humphrey, sworn Clerk of the Market,

7

Major Dudley to make l Oti .worth of farthings,

17

Dunvill, Sir William,

99

Durzes,

23

Durzes, priviledges touching the admiralty, .

69

Dutch prizes brought into Kinsale,

62

Dynn, John, license to break a door out of the Town wall,

133

Elliot, J., Commander H. M. S. Eolus , a burgess,

271

Elwell, Joseph, deputy Sovereign

128

Ensigns of the Corporation, to be delivered up,

174

Faggot of furze, half a, for the guard,

58

Farthings, 50li . , worth to be struck,

8

Farthings, 60li., worth to be struck, 

12

Farthings, 10li., worth to be struck,

16

Farthings, to pass again,

68

Farthings, coined,

109

Farthings and pence, 30li, to be made,

 116

Feasting, public, to be wholly left off,

137

Fenn, Edwd., a Quaker, free,

207

Fermoy bridge, charge on the town to build,

133 , 146

Field, for to exercise the soldiers,

173

Fish-joulters, regulations for,

136

Fishermen, petn. of poor F. of Kinsale,

5

Fishing-boats, regulations,

6

Folliot, J ., Lieut. -Govr. of Charles-fort, presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

252

Folliot, Colonel, petn. that his Regt. be sent into the Fort,

255

Hon. J. F., Lieut.-Genl. of H. M. Forces, petn. that his Regt. be sent into the Fort

269 .

Forfeited houses, bargain concerning,

43

Forfeited lands, order concerning,

55

Forte of Castle Park, fire and candlelight for the guards,

73, 88 , 93, 95

H. M. Forts of Kinsale, 100li. to be applied to,

189

Foster, Lieut., lent 20li. for the soldiers,

137

Fox and Wolf money,

141

Frazer, Hon. Rob., Govr. of Kinsale and Charlesfort, presd. with his burgesship in a silver box,

255

Freemen, sworn,

7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 43, 44, 48, 52, 57, 58, 61,77, 7 8,86

Freemen not to conceal foreigners' goods

27, 115

Freeman petition. of, that foreigners retail tobacco

80

Freemen and burgesses' sons, presentment,

127

Freemen protest against a pretended list of,

227

Freemen elected and protested against,

277

Freke, Sir Piercy, Bart., a burgess,

220

Fryar's Gate set,

10

Fudger. Nicholas, Sovn., died,

274

FitzGerald, Lieut., Qrs. to be paid out of the Town stock,

172

Gallwey, Hen., Earl of, to be entertained during his progress,

202

Gallwey, Henry, elected a burgess,

 ib.

Galwey, Will., an ancient native, pet. of,

55

Stephen  Galwey

56

Garland, Nicholas, free,

108

Gateage, Docket,

156

Gates, town, when to be opened and shut,

25, 49

Geary, Thomas, Commander . of H.M. S. Som e r s et, presd. with his burgesship in a silver box,

268

George, Hon. Richd., Lieut.-Gen. of H.M. Forces,

211

Gerraldine, suits of,

102

Gibbet, to be erected,

185

Gisburn, James, Qr. Mastr. Genls. letter about the Barracks,

 281

Glanbegg,

58

Glanbegg restored to Sir R. Southweil,

164

Guare, 001. Humphrey, a burgess,

210

Goats, fines for trespass of,

5

Gooken, Vincent, free,

44

Mr. Tho. Gookin

102

Gore, Major Will., a burgess,

211

Graham, Lord George, pres. with his burgesship in a silver box,

251

Grand Jury, presentment objected to,

263

Greenebank's mills to be viewed,.

71

Grible, Wm., a freeman, refuses to pay his fine

29

Groves, Gyles, gent., Clerk of the Market,

30

Guckoe mills,

57, 60

 

Hamilton, Major, Quarters to be paid out of the town stock,

172

Hampshire, Friggat,

112

Handasyd's, General, Regiment to be quartered on the town,

269

Hanning, William, ferryman, request of

73

Harbour, complaints of rubble falling into,

9

Harbour, a Jury to inquire into it,

9

Finding of Jury's inquiry into Harbour,

10

Harford, Peter, protection for,

90

Harvy, Richard, Water Bailive,

14

Haughton, Onesephorus, free,

108

Hawly, Col., Lt. Govr of Charlesfort, a burgess,

205

Herbert, John, elected Recorder,

282

Hewitt, Peter, of Bandon, presented  to Ringrone Rectory,

144

Hill, Lieut., Quarters. to be paid out of the town stock,

172

Himing, John, protection for,

62

Hodden, Major Richard, sworn Recorder,

7

Hogges, fines for trespass of,

4

Horn, when to be blown by the Water Bailiffe,

6

Hospital, the fittest house for,

191

Houses of office to be made for strangers,

50

Hovell, Wm., Sovereign,

20

Howre, tried by the running of the glass,

6

Hurst, Humberston, protection for,

61

Hurst, Humberston, to be detained in custody,

79

Ikirin, Lo. Vis., a burgess,

210

Ingoldsby, H. E. Richd., Lieut.-Genl. H.M. Forces in Ireland, a burgess,

 210

Inhabitants restrained from entertaining inmates,

12

Inhabitants, list to be drawn of, as are able to quarter the army,

190

Inishannon  bridge,

89, 90, 94 .

Irish servants, none to receive without the approbation of the Soveraign,

12

Irish servants, No 1. Papist to keep open shop in the

23

town,.

 

Irwin, Hon. Col. Alex., Lieut.-Govt . of Charlesfort, a burgess,

246

James II., burgesses sworn under his Charter,

173

James II, arrives at Kinsale with 22 ships belonging to Lodowick XIV., King of France,

184

James II, keeps his Court at Charlesfort,

184

James II, removes to Cork,

184

Jemmett, Bishop of Cork and Ross, presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

251

John, Cork, Cloyne, and Ross,

6

Judges' horses, hay for,

192

Judges' horses, dinner,

193

Judges' horses, treat given to,

193

Jumper, Capt. Will., free,

204

Jury, presentment of a,

94

Room, the Burgesses, to view the News Letter and Gazette there,

182

Justices to provide gowns, or pay 5li.,

52.

Kearny, Mr. F., presented with his burgesship in a silver box,

250

Kearny, James. elected M.P.,

282, 289

Kearny, James, address to

297

Kearny, James, his reply

297

Keeffe, Arthur, Sovn., lease to.

205

Keide, Sir Richard,

106

Kenny, Edw. jun., admitted free,

158

Kildare. See Curragh.

 

King, His Majesty., Address to on his de liverance from the fanatical plot,.

163

King's Arms in the Town hall rotten,

156

Kinsale, Almericus, Lo. Baron, letter to,

213

Kinsale, Almericus, Lo. Baron, his bailiff encroaches on the priviledges of the Corporation,

223

Kinsale, inhabitants of refreshed the army in

16, 49, 55

Kinsale, report on the harbour of,

112

Kinsale, cleansing the port of,

113

 Kinsale, King's letter about,

117

Kinsale, gaol broken in to by the soldiers,

291

Kippah, plowland of,

52, 65

Lacnacomin, lands of,

65

Landowners, penalty refusing to enclose,

5

Lapp, John, Provost of Bandon, a burgess,

229

Lawrence, Capt. Tho., of the Bridgewater a burgess,

208

Leaper's well,

67

Legg Rt. Hon. Coil. Will., Gov. of Charlesfort, a burgess,

168

Le Grand, Edw., a burgess,

236

Lightfoote, James, free,

111

Ligoniere, Gen. J., Gov. of Charlesfort, a burgess,

246

Liskahanmoore surveyed,

52

Locke, Robt ., sworn free,.

82

Logie, J, Commander H. M. ship Brilliant , a burgess,

27l

Love, Major, Dep. Lieut. of the Fort,

71, 88

Love, Major, rescue by,

 96

 John L., Collector of Cork, a burgess,

241

Lugge, Mr. John, to collect the rents of the escheated houses,

46, 48.

Mace of Silver to be made

25

Mace, arms on altered,

57

Macguier, Major,

104

Mainwaring, Hon. Col. Charles, Governor,

194

Mann, Dr. Isaac, Bp. of Cork and Ross, presented with his burgesship,

285

Marsh, Armiger, to collect over the water,

146

Marshall, Town,

11, 17, 24

Marshall, Town, fees,

42, 49

Marshalsy, kept in John Young's castle,

9

Marshalsy, expense of rep,Liring,

28, 29, 47 , 49 , 1 45

Martin, James, protection for,

72

Cap.J. M. to justify his charge against W. Milner,

84

Martle, Christl'., an ancient native, pet. of

54

Maryland, names of those bound to serve there,

149

Meade, Robt., protection for

61

Sir Richard Meade , Bart., a burgess,

220

Sir Richard Meade, Bart., elected a burgess of Parlt

229

Measures, liquid and long, brass standards, to be bought,

59

Miagh, James fz. Tho. , guardian of Patk . M . fz. Richard,

14

Miagh, James, an ancient native, petn. of,

54

Miagh, James: Alce M. to have her rents, being a Protestant,

66

Miagh, James fz. Tho., protection for,

73, 81

Miaghe, Patk ., an ancient freeman, petn of,

55

Miaghe, Robt. fz. Patk. an ancient freeman, petn of,

 ib .

Militia, Kinsale,.

116, 165

Milner, Capt. Wm., Chamberlain,

7

Milner, Capt. Wm., Chamberlain, Sovn

13, 48

Milner, Capt. Wm., Chamberlain, town agent,

83

Milner, Capt. Wm., Chamberlain, innocent of

the charge of disloyalty,.

85

Money not to be paid out of the Treasury without notice given by the bell throughout the town,

77

Moore, Col. Wm., revokes his grant of land in E. Meath,

22

Moore, Sir W., Bart., a burgess,

194

Moore, Sir Charles, a burgess,

241

Morrice, Lieut., petn. against,

158

Morrough, Andrew, Recorder

173

Morrough, Andrew, elected to sit in Parliament,

185

Mountford, John, Common Speaker,.

48

Mullin-da, mills called,

56

Myagh, Robt., sworn Sovn., 28 Feb., 1687,

173

Newman, Adam, Col. of revenues, pres. with his burgesship in a silver box,

259

News Letter and Gazette to be directed to the Sovn .,

182

Nicholl's Gate, parke without used as a burial place for the pestilence,

7

Nicholson, George, Town Clerke,

7

Oath of supremacy, persons who took,

63, 64, 86

Oath of secrecy to be taken by the burgesses,

174

Observations on the Bay, Harbour, and Town of Kinsale, thanks of the Corpn. to the author of,

269

Officers,

49, 78

Officers of the army, their widows to be exempt from taxes,

222

Oglesby, Mr., Schoolmaster,

134, 139 .

Olde Book, referred to

4, 51.

Oranges, lemons, raisins, and olives, a present to Lo. Prest.,

95

Ormond, Duke of, order to cleanse the harbour,

97, 1 63.

Orrery, Roger, Earl of, Lo.-Prell. of Munster,

97

Orrery, Roger letter to the Sovn .,

106

Panmure, Lord, Regt ., inhabitants burdened by being quartered on,

255

Parker, Hon. J., Lieut.-Govr. of Charlesfort, a burgess

226

Parker, Hon. G., M.P. for the town,

234

Parker, Hon. G., petn. against,

  ib.

Parkington, Lt. Wm., suit against Cap. J. Suxberry,

153.

Parsons, Laur., Recorder,

3, 5

Henry P.,of Kinsale, protection for,.

73

Pence, Town, to be taken in by the Corpn.,

70

Pence, coined,

109

Pence and farthin gs (copper), device on,

139

Pence, increase of counterfeits,

140

Pence to be issued for half-pence,

140

Pence, 50li . in copper pence and farthings,

154

Penn, Sir Will's.company,

96

Persivall, Hugh, death,

11

Persivall, Hugh, bequeaths a silver tankard to the Corpn.,

13

Persivall, Sir Philip, sworn a burgess

155

Persivall, Sir John P., sworn a burgess

2 10

Pestilence, people that died of,

7

Pestilence, protection against,

90

Piggitt, Lieut.-Col. Alex., of Inishannon,

52

Pigott, Lieut. Geo., King's arms cut in wood bought from,

156

Plate, a piece to be presented to a gentleman,

71

Plate, a piece to be presented to Mr. Rob. Southwell, jun.,

79

Plate, a piece to be presented to Sir St. J. Broadricke and Col. Clayton,

80

Plate, a piece to be presented to Mr. Stepney,

95

Plate, a piece to be presented to the Sovn.,

97

Plunkitt, Garrett, protection for,

82

Ponsonby, Richard, elected M.P. for the town,

234

Poor House, viewed by the Sovn.,

14

Porters of the Gates, fees of,

38

Portman, Wm., Archdn . of Elphin, Rect.

 

of Ringrone,

90

Potatoes ship Ceres, laden with for Gibraltar, boarded by the mob,

280

Potatoes, publicly sold,

281

President, Lord and Council, order from,

84, 108

Price, Cromwell, elected M.P.,

289

Priest, Degory, protection for,.

70

Prince Henry William, an hon. Burgess in a gold box,

292

Proclamation of Charles II., expenses of,

56

Protestant inhabitants to pay for a R. Catholic watch

187

Provisions, great scarcity of,.

279

Prud ence , of London, goods to be sold,

166

 

Quarterage of the several trades, petn. to parliament to settle,

278

Quarter Master, to give out billets for officers and soldiers,

188

Randolphe, Edmund fitz., protection for,

73

Rate, to be made,

79, 84, 85

Rate, particulars of a,

88 , 96

Rate, on town and liberties,

180

Rawling, J.'s, child, the Sovn. to agree with the Chyrurgeons that look to,

72

Recorder, The, to provide a gown, or pay 5li.,

52

Rent-roll to be given the Comrs. for settling the 49 interest in the houses, &c.,

72

Reynolds, Capt. Jacob, Vice-admiral of His Majy. of Portugal,

62

Ringcorran Castle, fire for the soldiers at,

108, 14

Ringrone, the Sov., &c., of Kinsale patrons of,

6

pres. of Rectory,

81, 145

Robert, Lo. Bp. of Cork and Ross, a burgess,

244

Roberts, Lo.-Lieut.,

110

Roche, Edmond, bequest to the poor,

14

Roche, Philip fz. Patrick produces his will,

ib.

Roche, Richd . fz. George, an ancient native pet. of,,

55

Roche, Richard of the Island, protection for,

62

Roche, Patrick fz. James, protection for,

79

Roche, Edmund of Downederrow,

173

Roman Catholic freemen  refusing to pay

208

Roman Catholic freemen to be sued,

169

Ronan's Key,

31

Ronaine, James, an ancieut native, petn of,

53

Rooth, Sir Richd., Dep. Vice-Admiral, petn. against,

158

Rounsevall's mill,.

173

Rowlay, S. C., Lieut. R. N . , admitted hon. burgess,

296

Rowlay, S.C. elected M.P.,

297

Rowley, Will., elected Recorder,

295

Rowley, Will., elected M.P.,.

297, 299

Rupert, Prince, Fort built by,

162

Ruth, Capt., to have fireing for the guards at Castle Parke fort,

 124

Rutland, Charles, Duke of, Lo.-Lieut., an hon. burgess,

290

Sabbath day, no person to bake on,.

33

Salt, measurer of,

56

Salt and coals taken from wind-bound ships, to the ruin of trade,

188

Sanchy, Brigr. Nich., a burgess,

207

Sand-boats, imposition on,

112

Sandy Cove, sand-boats at,

97

Sarsfield, Domk., sworn Recorder,

273

Scavenger appointed,. .

83

School-house, farmed of John Young,

9

School-house, ground belonging to,

14

School-house, out of repair,

28  

School-house, rent of,

30, 47

School-house, repairs of,

72

Scott, Sir Edwd., Govr.,

189

Sergeant at Mace

24

Sergeant at Mace, salary and fees,

42

Sergeant at Mace, to have 3li. yearly,

50

Sermon on swearing the Sovn., day changed,

141

Shannon, Lo. Vis., sworn a burgess,

159

Shepward, J., of Downderrow, protection for,

62

Shopkeepers  to agree for their freedoms,

177

Siely, J ., free, giving his services as chyrurgeon to the poor gratis,

87

Simcocks, John, sworn a freeman,

160

Skerrit, Stephen, protection for,

72

Skyddy, J ohn, pets. for his freedom,

157

Slaughter-houses within the gates to be presented,

67

Sleveene, burial place on,

16

Smith, Ensign Robt., to be free, having married a freeman's widow,

27

Smiths, The, to have a charter,

200

Soldiers, bilitting of,

171

Southwell, Robt., to have the lands of Drumderrigg,

20

Southwell, Robt., elected Sovn .,

24

Southwell, Robt., disputes a lease

122

Southwell, Sir Rob. selected a burgess,

14 8

Southwell, Edward selected burgess of Parlt.,

199

Southwell, Hon.Edwd. elected do.,

229

Soveraigne, Admiral of the ports from Bulman Rocke to the Durzes,

23

Soveraigne,to be searcher and sealer of leather,

24

Soveraigne, Deputy  to be appointed,

26

Soveraigne, duties and perquisites of,

41

Soveraigne, to have the privilege of making one person free at entrance into and going out of office,

51

Soveraigne, to have 100li. yearly,'

47, 77

Soveraigne, differences about the election of,

74

Soveraigne, violent conduct at the election of,

129

Soveraigne, perquisites of,

161

Soveraigne, no legal Sovn. in the town,

267

Spittle land,

67

Stawell, Jonas, elected a burgess to sit in Parliament

195

Ants., bequest to the poor of S. Multose,

240

Stepney, John, Sovn.,

17

Stepney, Lanslot, Com. Speaker,

24

St. Christopher, Island of,

148

St. John, Hon. Col. Tho., a burgess,

198

St. Lewis, of Lisborne, hath  taken  two Dut ch prizes,

62

St. Leger, Col., company. garrisoned at Barry-oges, at Ringcorran,

103

St. Leger, Col., free and a burgess,

125

St. Multose, bounds of the parish perambulated,

161, 162

Suxberry's house set by cant

64

Swinny, Morgan, whipped through the town

98

Three Marriner's lane,.

104

Thyrry, Rob., Solicitor for the Corpn

137

Tidcomb, Hon. J., LIeut.-Gen., a burgess,

212

Timber, regulations for the sale of,

154

Timewell, Hon. Benj., a burgess,

199

Tobacco seized, being foreign bought

92

Clk., sworn a freeman,

169

Tom, Mr. John, sworn a burgess

170

St. John T. free,

218

Tonsend, Col. Richd., and his agents to bring on shoar two guns in the sea at Castlehaven,

23

Trespasses, by law,

4

Tories, apprehending

183

Towne Clerk,

24 , 48

Town Hall, bell to be set up in,

50

Town King's arms in

156

Town Walls, defects in to be viewed,

69, 89

Town pence to be called in

160

Townshend, Lo. Vis., Lo.-Lieut., presented with his burgesship in a gold box, worth 20 guineas,

283

Trades, Masters of, to take out new charters,

174

Troops' to be quartered in the Public-houses and those inhabited by Papists,

225

Trumpeters and Trumpets at the King's coronation paid 10s .

65, 73, 97

A cobb to the T. for riding the liberties,

180

Trustees for forfeited houses,

72

Tumultuous proceedings, fines for,

130, 131

Turner, Thomas, Sovn .,

19

Turret, South, petn. for a lease of,

136

Vesey, Theo., DepY. Sovn.,

148

Vesey, Agmondesham elected M.P

276, 282

Vestry, rate for repair of the Church ,and Almshouse

116

Virginia tobacco, seized,

100

Virginia, cape of,

148

Waller, James, elected a burgess of Parliament.,

199

Walton, Swithen, of Cullen, gent., killed while riding the fringes,

214

Water Balive, his fees,

40

Watson, Charles, Rear-Adm!., presd. with his burgesship in a silver box,

259

Weights, brass standards to be bought,

59

Wells to be sunk in Corke Street,

50

Whetcombe, Tristram, Sovn .,

7

Whetstone, Capt. Will., a burgess,

205

Willet, Wm., of Ballen Street, Bristol,

85

William and Mary, K. and Q., properties and religion restored under,

190

Willoughby, John, of K, shoemaker,

24

Willoughby, John, to be sealer of leather,

30

Winchester, Marquis of, to be entertained on his progress,

202

Winchester, Marquis of, elected a burgess,

202

Windsor, Lord, presented with his freedom,

78

Wine, retailing of,

68 , 69

the 12 wine drawers to pay for their licenses next year,

72

Winter, Hugh, to be scavenger,

28 , 4 8

Nehemiah Winter, Comr. of the K ing Will ia m, a burgess,

223

Winter's mill,

68

Wolf and Fox money,

141

Wolves, contribution for killing,

30

Woolfe, Aretus, sworn free at his own house, being a cripple,

198

World's-end gate,

88

Worth, Edward, Dean of Cork,

6

William W., Recorder,

145

Wright, Capt. Natl., to prevent the rubble falling into the sea,

11

Lawrence Wright, H. Majesty . Comr. of the Navy, a burgess,

206

Yard, George, Common Speaker,

16

Yeamans, Edmond, Soveraign., died,

101

Yeomans, Edmond, rate for 5 0l i . for his relict,

102

York, H.R.H., the Duke of, address to,

163

Young, Wm., Sovn., 3

 

Young, John fz. James

7

Walter Young, an ancient native, petn.of,

 54

John Young, an ancient native, petn.of,

55 .

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