CHEPSTOW fortified, 60; belongs to the
Marquis of Worcester of inheritance,
66; named, 328, 332.
CHHISTENING present, a, 2.
CIVIL WAR, aspect of affairs, 1641, 37;
series of national disasters, 43; party
distinctions, 43; ancient warfare, 53,
54; perplexing state of the war, 69;
the gain and loss by, 186; intellectual
losses, incalculable, 186.
CIPHER, letter written in, 180 ; a sen
tence in, 333.
CLARENDON, Earl of, resided at Wor
cester House, 192 ; Marquis of Wor
cester s letter of explanations to, 227;
offer of Worcester House, 235; his
residence, (note), 237 ; at Worcester
House, 260, 261; visited by Evelyn,
COBHAM, Lord, his house at Blackfriars,
3; Queen Elizabeth to stay there, 3;
attends the Queen at the water- side,
3; her majesty sups at his house, 4;
leads the bride (Miss Russell) to
COKE, JCHN, his letter, 24.
COPLEY, CHRISTOPHER, named in a
Bill for settling Worcester House on
the Marchioness of Worcester, 196;
may have instigated the writing of the
"Century," 215; in the army, 215;
letter from the Marquis of Worcester,
215; interested in the engine, 216;
obtains a written obligation from the
Marquis of Worcester, 216; he " doth
undermine Worcester House," 235;
named, 301 ; some account of him,
CORNWALL, Report of the Duchy of,
survey of Vauxhall, 289, 290, 291 ;
other Reports, Appendix G.
COSMO DE MEDICI the Third, visits
Vauxhall to see the Marquis s En
COUNCIL, the new, of confederate Irish
Roman Catholics ; Glamorgan solicits
consent for the post of Lord Lieute
COUNCIL, the Supreme, of confederate
Irish Roman Catholics, Archbishop of
Tuam s death, 115 ; order for his ar
rears, 116 ; disclosures, 116 ; inquiry
respecting, 121 ; agreement discovered,
124 ; published, 124 ; press for Gla
morgan s liberation, 135 ; visited by
Glamorgan on his liberation, 136 ;
exorbitant demands, 136 ; Glamor
gan desires its good opinion, 165 ;
wearied of the army expenses, 165;
resolve against sending troops over to
CROMWELL, OLIVER, Bill respecting
Worcester House to be tendered to
him, 196; gives his assent, 196; his
directions sought in respect to pay
ment, 197; he is satisfied, 198; en
joyed the Marquis of Worcester s
Monmouthshire estates, 210; warns
his wife respecting Lord Herbert, 2 . 0;
his Warrant to allow the Marquis 3.
per week, 213; the Marquis seeks an
interview with him, 217; his death, and
his son s brief career, 225; deeds de
livered up, 247 ; Herbert, his " right-
hand" man, 249; his Warrant, Ap
CROMWELL, RICHARD, ordered to give
up deeds and writings, 238.
CROMWELL, ELIZABETH, letter to her,
respecting Lord Herbert, 210; ordered
to give up deeds and writings, 238.
CULPEPPER, Lord, letter from the Earl
of Glamorgan, 125.
CUMBERLAND, Earl of, leads the bride
(Lady Herbert) from church, 4.
DEAN, Forest of, garrisoned, 60 ; Lord
Herbert entering, 62 ; Sir John Win
ter " the plague of the forest," 63; the
rebels quit, 63 ; taken by Lord Her
bert, 66; named, 328, 332,
DEE, DR. JOHN, his curious preface to
" Euclid," 26.
DEFINITION of the Water-commanding
Engine, 223 ; published, Appendix C.
DIGBY, GEORGE, Lord, charges the
Earl of Glamorgan with high treason,
116 ; Glamorgan writes to his wife,
mentioning him, 128 ; named also by
R. Brereton, 129 ; Charles Ist s com
mands to, 131 ; Glamorgan informs
him of his business in going to France,
138; approves Glamorgan s resolu
DORMER, SIR WILLIAM, marriage of his
daughter Elizabeth to Edward, Lord
Herbert, 16 ; her death, 23.
ROBERT, Lord, of Weng, father of
Sir William Dormer, 16; 23.
DREBBLE, his stove, 264.
EDGE-HILL, soldiers furnished the King,
by the Marquis of Worcester, 67;
EDWARD, Lord Herbert see WORCES
INDEX TO THE LIFE.
EDWARD, fourth Earl of Worcester see
SOMERSET, also WORCESTER.
EDWARD, second Marquis of Worcester
see SOMERSET, also WORCESTER.
ELIZABETH, Lady Worcester, her death
ELIZABETH, Lady Herbert, first wife of
Edward Lord Herbert (afterwards
sixth Earl of Worcester), 1 6 ; mother
of Henry, Duke of Beaufort, 16; her
two daughters, 17; her portrait, 21,
22; her death, 22; funeral certificate,
23 ; sister of Robert, Eaii of Carnar
ELIZABETH. Queen, her Court at Green
wich, 1 ; her leave obtained for Lord
Herbert and Miss Russell s marriage,
2; the Queen to appoint the day, 2;
promises her presence, 3; arrives at
Blackfriars, 3 ; carried in a Lectica, 3 ;
present at a masque, 4; danced on
the occasion, 4 ; her death, 5.
ENGINEERING, early, in England, 18.
ENGINEERS, foreign, usually employed,
ENGLAND, state of art and science from
1640 noticed, 188.
FAIRFAX, SIR THOMAS, his dragoons at
Padstow, obtains the Earl of Glamor
gan s despatches, 124 ; opinion of
Charles Ist s message to Parliament,
130; sends his summons to the Mar
quis of Worcester, 151; takes great
interest in the mining approaches to
Raglan Castle, 152 ; concludes terms
with the Marquis, 152; ratified, 153;
Raglan Castle surrendered, 153; en
tertained at Bath, 154.
FERNES, the Roman Catholic Bishop of,
Chancellor of the Congregation, 183
see Father NUGENT.
FINCH, HENEAGE, his report on a Peti
FITZWILLIAMS, Col., named, 114.
FOSTER, Captain WILLIAM, letter in
respect to, 249.
GALILEO prosecuted at Rome, 27, 28;
his death, 31.
GLAMORGAN, Edward Somerset, Earl
of, patent privily granted, 70; copy
of the patent, 70, 71, 72 ; was ac
knowledged by Charles II. 72; his
instructions from Charles I., 72, 73,
74 ; dispatches for Ireland, 74 ;
Charles I. acknowledges 250,000,
74 ; sends him the Blue Ribbon and
Warrant for the title of Duke of So-
merset, 74; detained at home, 75; his
respectful letter to his father, August,
1644, 76, 77; termination of his mili
tary career in Wales, 77; Charles
Ist s pretence to doubt his "judg
ment," 78 ; his Commission to raise
troops in Ireland, 79, 80; visits Ire
land, 82 ; in Ireland, 82 ; letter to
Ormond, 83 ; estimates his navy and
army expenses at 100,000, 84*; ex
pects 3000 men from Chester, 85; let-
tcr to Ormond, 86; going to Water-
ford, 86 ; has laid an embargo on
shipping at Wexford, 86 ; a biogra
phical error corrected, 87 ; letter of
John Bythell, 87; named as Lord
Herbert," in Bythell s letter, 88; at
Carnarvon, a Welsh legend, 94; his
regiment of horse, 105; second visit
to Ireland, 112; his commissions,
warrant, and patent, 112; Ormond
notes his noble ends and apparent
dangers, 113 ; and his "judgment,"
114 ; secret negotiations, 115 ; their
failure, 115; his treaty found out,
116; charged with high treason, 116;
a close prisoner in Dublin Castle, 116;
his examination, 119; inquiry re
specting his oath, 122 ; did not unduly
use his great powers, 123 ; deceived
by the King, 123; his letters and pa
pers taken at Padstow, 124; publica
tion of his agreement with the Irish
Roman Catholics, 124 ; copy of his
oath, 124; has 6000 Irish ready, 126 ;
his letter to his wife, 127; his im
prisonment, 127-129; Charles I. re
pudiates his proceedings to Ormond,
131 ; Secretary Nicholas writes to
Ormond to the same effect, 131 ; vindi
cates the King, 132; a second letter,
repudiating his powers and patent,
133; -Charles Ist s letter to the Queen
on this affair, 1 34 ; the King s letter to
him, 134; set at liberty, 135; his bail,
136; Avrites to Ormond that he shall
go to France. 136; presses for a con
tinuance of the cessation, 137; with
holds his motion from the Supreme
Council, 137; Sir V. Molineux will
accompany him to France, 137; de
sires Ormond s co-operation, 138; has
informed Lord Digby, 138; his pur
chase of a ship, ordnance and stores,
138; expects to return with a fleet,
138; learns the loss of Chester, 138;
continues in Ireland, 139; his father
indifferently informed of his operations
there, 142; at Kilkenny, 157; his
letter to the Nuncio, 158; a peace
proposed to be approved by the Pope,
159 ; the raising of 7000 men to be
INDEX TO THE LIFE.
conditional, 159 ; his projected visit to
Italy, 159 ; engages a large supply of
money, men, arms, and ships, 1 60 ;
wrote to Charles I. hoping to relieve
Chester, 160; seeming friends indus
triously hinder him, 161; relies on his
Majesty s "right interpretation," 161 ;
his imprisonment declared a mere co
lourable affair, 1 62 ; created " Duke of
Somerset and Beaufort," 162 ; the pa
tent, 162, 163; recital of his martial
deeds, 162 ; his remarks on the state
of affairs, 164 ; he apologizes for the
King s declaration, 1 64 ; the King s
instructions, 164; desires the good
opinion of the Supreme Council, 165 ;
designed going to Rome, 165 ; his let
ter to Father Nugent expressive of
bitter disappointment and mental an
guish, 166 ; his operations virtually
terminated, 166, 167; perfect consis
tency of his conduct, 167 ; had to deal
with a grasping party, 168 ; over
matched by Ormond, Digby, and
others, 1 68 ; opposition between his
own views and those of his party, 168 ;
his spotless rectitude, 168 ; he wrote
to Ormond, 1 68 ; reports the taking
of Captain Allen, 170; expects his
own and other letters to be printed,
170; reports several ships, 170; his
offer if joined by Ormond and the Su
preme Council, 171; the King s " bug
bear declaration," 171; Ormond s ap
proving answer, 172 ; his brother in
Italy, 175; the King s declaration "en
forced upon him," 176 ; the intended
articles he pronounces invalid, 177 ;
his bail in no danger, 177; is debarred
from calling on Ormond, 178 ; his
handwriting, 179 ; address of a letter
written in cipher, 179, 180 ; scarcity
of his autograph, 181; patent to ap
point him Lord Lieutenant of Ireland,
181 ; his going to Rome, 181; so
liciting the post of Lord Lieutenant,
181 ; "of a very mild temper," 182 :
" attached to the Apostolic See," 182 ;
and " bound to it by oath and pro
mises," 182 ; his oath, 182 ; apprised
of his father s decease, 184 see also
Edward, Earl and 2nd Marquis of
GLAMORGAN, Countess of, her husband s
letter from Dublin Castle, 127 ; in
cident relating to her at Raglan Castle,
149, 150 ; leaves Raglan Castle, 153 ;
a pass granted her to Ireland, 184
see also Margaret, Marchioness of
GLOUCESTER, Lord Herbert before, 56;
stoutly defended, 56; summoned by
Prince Rupert, 56; its reduction at
tempted, 56 ; Lord Herbert s horses
seized, 60, 61, 62; named, 328; troops
raised against. 333.
GOODRICH Castle garrisoned, 60 ; ta
ken by Lord Herbert, 328, 332.
GOWER, the Poet, quoted, 108; works
mentioned, 145; Appendix K.
GREENWICH, Queen Elizabeth s court
at, 1 ; letter from, 3 ; the Queen s re
turn to court, 4.
GREENWICH, Charles I. at, 35.
HALL, JOHN, the Marquis s petition in
respect of, 271 ; case, 273 ; named,
HALL, HENRY, the Marquis s petition in
respect of, 271.
HAMILTON, Marquis of, Master of the
HAMILTON, Duke of, named, 25.
HANNEMAN S painting of a family group,
30; noticed, 311.
HARLEY, Lady, her Diaiy, 56, 57, 64.
HARTLIB, Samuel, notice of Vauxhall,
266 ; states the " Earl of Worcester
is buying Vauxhall," 267.
HAZILRIGGE, Bart., Sir Arthur, named,
HENRIETTA MARIA, Queen, at Paris,
her present of jewels to the Mar
quis of Worcester, 313 see QUEEN
HENRY, Duke of Beaufort see BEAU
HENRY, 1st Marquis of Worcester see
SOMERSET, also WORCESTER.
HERBERT, Edward, of the Grange, 249.
HERBERT, Henry, Lord see Henry, Earl
and Marquis of Worcester.
HERBERT, ANNE, Lady, her marriage
gifts and portion, 4 ; daughter of
John Lord Russell, 5 ; mother of 13
children, 6 ; her relative Lady Mor
HERBERT, MARGARET, Lady (after
wards Countess of Glamorgan), her
marriage, 30 ; her portrait, in a family
group, 30; her infant daughter, Mary,
30; pass granted her to France, 187
see WORCESTER, Margaret, Mar
HERBERT of Cardiffe, Lord ; leads the
bride (Miss Russell) to church, 4.
HEREFORD garrisoned, 60 ; Governor
of, 64 ; the city taken by Lord Her
bert, 66 ; named, 332.
HERO of Alexandria, his " Spiritalia,"
HERTFORD, Marquis of, 40, 55 ; defeat
in the West, 67 ; supplied with re-
INDEX TO THE LIFE.
cruits, 67 ; Dukedom of Somerset
confirmed to him, 243 ; named, 328 ;
forces a loan to, 332.
UEKVEY discovers the circulation of the
HILL, RICHARD, a purchaser of the
Marquis of Worcester s estates, 193.
HOLLAND, Lord, named, 59.
HOOK, Dr., ridicules the engine ; 292 ;
laughs at it, 294 ; his character, 294.
HOOPER, Captain, the engineer, mining
at the siege of Raglan Castle, 151 ;
progress of his approaches, 1 52.
HOPTON, Lord, letter from the Earl of
HUNTINGDON, Charles I. at, 58.
HUNTINGDON, Francis Hastings, Earl of,
death of his daughter, wife of Edward,
4th Earl of Worcester, 8 ; letter from
the Earl of Worcester, 12.
INVENTIONS, Century of, written, 214 ;
the manuscript, 221 ; patent for four,
248 ; list of, 249 ; state of the know
ledge of, 293.
INVENTIONS of the Earl of Worcester,
INVENTIONS, the Marquis of Worcester s
patent for four, Appendix 13.
IRELAND, visited in 1642 by the Earl
of Glamorgan, 82 ; the King is glad
he is there, 82 ; second visit, 112;
Ormond notes the Italian Bishop s re
ception, 113 ; to raise 10,000 men, 114;
packet boat from, boarded at Padstow,
124 ; Fairfax s report of this, 127 ;
the Marquis of Worcester expects
benefit to Ireland through the Queen,
185 ; he leaves Ireland, 185 ; the Mar
quis s journey, 333.
IRELAND, rebellion in, 69 ; Charles I. s
Commission to the Earl of Glamorgan,
to raise troops in, 79, 80 ; Glamogan s
visit to, 81, 112.
IRISH army, new levied, to disband, 39.
IRISH Roman Catholics, offer to raise
troops, 77 ; difficulties arise out of
their demands, 77; the King s narrow
policy, 77 ; Charles I. s warrant to
Glamorgan to treat and conclude with
the confederates, 80, 81.
JAMES I., the Pope s bulls, 5 ; reprimands
Henry, Earl of Worcester, on his
daughter being a nun, 6 ; the King
proclaimed, 7 ; his reign, 11.
JESUITS excepted in the indulgence
granted to Roman Catholics, 232 ;
the Jesuits represent their case, 232 ;
Henry, Marquis of Worcester, a Peni
tent of the Society, 232.
JONES, Lady, and Sir Philip, leave Rag
lan Castle, 153.
JONES, WILLIAM, Steward of Raglan,
KALTOFF, CASPAR, a practical working
engineer or machinist, so engaged,
17 ; water- works at Raglan Castle, 19;
eleven years service, 29 ; named by
the Marquis, 262 ; stated to be a
Dutchman, 266 ; employed making
guns, 266 ; inventions and models
there, 266 ; visaed by Dr. Hook, 293 ;
superintending works, 301 ; he and
his wife (1672) lately deceased 305 ;
their children, 305 ; his son-in-law,
Peter Jacobson, 305 ; documents re
lating to, Appendix G.
KENEYS, Bart., Sir Michael, Governor
of Chepstow, 142.
KENNET S relation concerning Henry
Earl of Worcester s daughter being
a nun, 6 ; remarks on Edward, Mar
quis of Worcester, his exile and return,
KIRLE, Colonel, his siege operations,
KUFFLER, Dr., his furnace, 264.
LENTHALL, JOHN, letter from, 221; has
received a present, and acknowledges
his fees, 221.
LEYBURN, Father George, and the Mar
quis of Worcester leave Ireland, 185.
LINGARD, Dr. on Charles I. s warrant
to the Earl of Glamorgan, 135.
LONDON in 1625-1636, coaches, hackney
coaches, streets, pillory, whipping, mu
tilations, the plague, 27 ; fortified in
1643, 189 ; Charles delivered up by
the Scots, 1647, 189 ; and his exe
cution, 189 ; the Commonwealth es
tablished, 189 ; public taste curtailed,
189 ; the Plague, 285.
LOTHERDALE, Karl of, letter to, from the
Marquis of Worcester, 223 ; promises
him an ingenious box, 223.
Louis XIV., of France, favourable to
Charles H., 209.
MARRIAGE gifts to Lady Herbert, 4 ; a
mock, at Raglan Castle, 97.
MASQUE on occasion of Lord Herbert s
marriage to Miss Russell, 3 ; ladies,
characters, and dresses, 3 ; the dance
and address to the Queen, 4 ; her Ma
jesty joined in the dance, 4.
MATHEWS, Sir TOBY, named, 141.
INDEX TO THE LIFE.
MAZARINE, Cardinal, the Marquis of
Worcester recommended to him, 188;
opposed to Louis XIV. attempting
the restoration of Charles II. 210;
presented the Marquis to the King,
281 ; his gracious remark, 281.
MECHANICAL knowledge in the 17th
MILFORU HAVEN, Parliament ships in,
MILTON born, 7
MOLINEUX, Sir VIVIAN, will accompany
the Earl of Glamorgan to France,
MONCONIS, M. de, named by Sorbiere,
263 ; reports new inventions, 263, 264.
MONMODTH, fortified, 60; Lord Herbert
before, 63 ; Waller s success, 63 ;
alarm, 63 ; Marquis of Worcester s
efforts, 63 ; saved by the Marquis, 66;
taken by Lord Herbert, 66 ; named,
328 ; fortified, 332.
MONMOUTHSHIRE, Cromwell enjoys the
Marquis of Worcester s estates in,
210 ; his letter touching the same,
MONOPOLISTS, prejudices against, 293.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE, raising troops in,
MOORE, Lord JOHN, Kennington, 286.
MORGAN, Colonel, at Worcester, 149 ;
at Landenny, 149 ; his regiment, 151.
MORLEY, THOMAS, Lord, died 1416, 96.
MORRISON, Lady, in the Friars, 7.
MYDDLETON, Sir HUGH, forms the New
NAPIER, Lord, his system of logarithms,
NASEBY, battle of, 104.
NEWPORT, named, 328.
NEWSTEAD, money to be sent privately
to, for Charles I. 41.
NICHOLAS, Secretary, letter to Ormond,
131 ; denounces Lord Herbert s ne
gotiations in Ireland, 132 ; his second
NORTHAMPTON, Earl of, named, 24.
NOTTINGHAM. Charles I. at, 44, 58.
NUGENT, Father Robert, Superior of
the Jesuits in Ireland, the Earl of
Glamorgan s letter expressing his
distress, 165 ; named, 183.
O BRIEN, HENRY, Earl of Thomond, his
daughter Margaret s marriage, 30 ;
his petition, 196 ; named, 300.
O NEILL, Mr. named, 113.
ORMOND, Marquis of, Lord Lieutenant
of Ireland, as respects concluding a
peace, the King empowers Glamorgan
to act, 73, 75, 77 ; the King s letter
to, Dec. 1644, 78 ; Glamorgan s letter
to, 83 ; recommends to conciliate the
Nuncio, 84 ; about Chester, 85 ; and
10,000 men, 85 ; Chester holds out,
86 ; letterfrom Glamorgan, 86 ; letter
to, 113; stretch of authority, 113;
approves Glamorgan s "judgment,"
1 14 ; his continued civility to the Earl,
115 ; his suspicions aroused, 115 ; his
warrant to commit the Earl of Gla
morgan to Dublin Castle, 116 ; letter
from Secretary Nicholas, 131 ; repu
diates Lord Herbert s negotiations,
132 ; second letter, 133 ; repudiates
his powers and patent, 133 ; letter
from Glamorgan, 136 ; who intends
going to France, 136 ; and presses for
a continuance of the cessation, 137 ;
Glamorgan seeks his co-operation,
138 ; in England, 147 ; letter from
Glamorgan, 168 ; his large and noble
offer, 171 ; an approving reply, 172,
173 ; letter from Glamorgan, 175 ;
commends his wisdom, 177 ; letter
from Glamorgan, 178 ; leaves Dublin,
goes to Hampton Court, 1 84 ; living
at Acton, and goes thence to France,
187 ; waits on the Queen, 187 ; meets
the Countess of Glamorgan, (Mar
chioness of Worcester), 1 88 ; her ill-
timed resentment, 1 88.
PAPIST, the Marquis charged with being
PAPISTS, and notorious malignants, 192 ;
warrants for seizing their estates, 192.
PAPISTS, Parliamentary order for dis
arming, 43 : repudiated, and yet
countenanced by Charles I., 69 ;
Charles II. s declaration to banish, 294.
PARIS, Marquis of Worcester leaves
Ireland for, 185 ; Lady Herbert
(Marchioness of Worcester), has a
pass to, 187 ; Ormond flies to, 187 ;
Marchioness of Worcester at, 188 ;
Charles ll. s court at, 189 ; the Mar
quis of Worcester at, 189 ; full of
loyal fugitives, 190.
PARLIAMENT, Henry Lord Herbert sum
moned to, 7 ; Parliamentary duties, 8 ;
dispensation to be absent, 8 ; the Long,
31 ; jealous of Lord Herbert, 36 ;
notice the Marquis of Worcester and
Lord Herbert, 38 ; order to disarm
them, 43 ; Lord Herbert s offer in re
ference to the Commission of Array,
59 ; professes his determination, 60 ;
summons Lord Herbert to appear, 60 ;
and his father, 6 1 ; ordinance affecting
INDEX TO THE LIFE.
Papists, 192 ; contract in pursuance of
such ordinance, 1 93 ; orders the dis
posal of Worcester House, 194 ; pe
titioned by the Marchioness of Wor
cester, 194 ; report on the petition,
195; further report, 198 ; order to pay
6. per week to the Marchioness of
Worcester, 191 ; reference to Com
mittee, 199 ; order, 199 ; an Act, 199;
order regarding pension, 199 ; order
for possession of Worcester House,
199 ; order on Henry Lord Herbert s
petition, 202 ; question on his de
linquency, 204 ; petition refused, 204;
report, 205 ; resolutions, 205; per
sons banished by, and their property
confiscated, 209 ; resolutions on, 209;
orders the imprisonment of the Mar
quis of Worcester, 211 ; on his peti
tion order for his enlargement, 212;
sufficient bail to be taken, 212.
PARLIAMENT at the Restoration.
House of Lords, Marchioness of
Worcester s petition about Worcester
House, 235 ; restoration of the Mar
quis s estate ordered, 238 ; discuss the
subject of his patent creating him
Duke of Somerset, 239 j referred to
Lords named, 240 ; a committee re
ports, 240 ; message to House of Com
mons, 241 ; increase of committee,
241 ; the Patent delivered up, 242 ;
Bill in respect to Patents and Grants,
242 ; a message from the Commons,
243 ; Marquis of Worcester s at
tendances, 243, 244 ; prorogued, 244 ;
re-opening, 244 ; Act for the Water-
commanding engine, 253 ; second
reading, 254 ; Lords committee (note),
254 ; passed, 256 ; attendances, 282.
House of Common*, message from
the Lords, 241 ; a message to the
Lords, 243 ; report on the Bill for the
Water-commanding engine, 255 ;
Commons Committee, 255 ; Bill re
turned to the Lords, 256 ; passed,
PARLIAMENT, Act of, for the Water com
manding engine, Appendix C.
PARLIAMENT ships reported to be in
Milford Haven, 65.
PATENT, Marquis of Worcester s, for
four inventions, 248 ; Appendix B.
PATENTS and grants, Bill in reference to,
PEACHAM, HENRY, on mechanical know
ledge, 14 ; his praise of Geometry,
14, 15 ; automata, 15.
PEMBROKE, Earl of, his town of Carl-
PEMBROKE, Earl of, magazine from, 60.
PENNOYER, WILLIAM, and Richard Hill,
large purchasers of the Marquis of
Worcester s estates, 193 ; Parlia
mentary resolutions in respect to the
Marquis of Worcester s estates con
veyed to them, 205.
"PETER," John Bythell, commander
of the, his letter to his father, 88 ; es
capes shipwreck, but the cargo of com
seized, 90 ; list of crew and passengers,
92 ; made prisoners, 92.
PETITIONS, &c. dated 1665, Appendix I.
PIGOT, Colonel, letter from R. Brereton,
130 ; send him a letter for the
Countess of Glamorgan, at Raglan, 180.
POPE, the, his bulls, 5 ; to be conciliated,
84; his bull, 116; secret negotiations,
158; a peace, to his approval, 159; his
treaty to be pre-eminent, 1 60 ; a copy
of Charles I. s letter, 174; Lord John
Somerset to be sent on a mission to,
184 ; with Catholic Princes to supply
30,000 per month to maintain an
army in England, 228 ; Glamorgan
had power to treat accordingly, 229.
POPE S Nuncio, the, to be conciliated,
84 ; Glamorgan s letter to, 158 ; se
cret negotiations proposed by Glamor
gan, 158 ; articles on the part of his
Holiness and the King, 159 ; Gla
morgan s engagement, 159 ; to name
an Admiral, 160; Glamorgan agrees
with him to confer certain titles, 160;
his letter, 181; promoting Glamorgan s
solicitations for post of Lord Lieute
nant, 181 ; expects Dublin to be taken,
182 ; important to appoint a Catholic
so highly approved, 182 ; the King s
appointment, 182 ; it is contemplated
to transport the Holy Faith into
England by arms, 182 ; and by the
Earl, a perfect Catholic, 182; Gla
morgan s oath. 182, 183.
POPISH recusants, order to disband, 39.
POPISH army, rumours of a, 55.
Povns, WILLIAM HERBERT, Marquis of,
marries Elizabeth, second daughter of
Edward, Lord Herbert, 17.
PRESENT, a christening, 2.
PROJECTORS and monopolists, 31.
PUDDING, Dr., Queen Elizabeth passing
through his house is presented with a
QUEEN DOWAGER of England, her re
mark at the Court of France, in
respect to the Marquis of Worcester,
RAGLAN Castle, noticed, 8 ; becomes the