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granted the Margrave a pension of 2,000 French crowns of the sun,
which was paid to him every year in quarterly payments out of the
Treasury at Westminster. But this contribution was not sufficient for
the Margravine's expenditure at Court. She contracted serious debts,
and the Margrave accordingly came again to London in 1566 to take
her away. The creditors, however, took notice of his object, and detained
him as a prisoner. Only when the Queen gave security for him did he
venture to depart.

Margrave Christopher died at Rodemachern on the 2nd August, 1575.
Margravine Cecilia did not die till 1627.



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INDEX.



Abergavenny (Burgeyny), lord, 157

Acheton, Sir John, 157

SirThos., 157

Agincourt, battle of, 55

Albina (Albyne), a fabulous princess, sup-
posed to have given her name to Albion,
1,2

Albion named after Albina, 2

Aldermanbury, 144

Aldgate, 184

the bars without, 137

Ale (h. Lee), Sir Piers, 157, Sir Will., 157

Alen(jon (Launson), duke of, 1C4

bastard of, 164

Alexander III. of Scotland, 20

Alfred (Alured), King, 14

All Hallows the Less, ch. of, 138

Allington, Ric, 117

AJnwick Castle, 79, 156, 159, 176

Amyas, John, 104

Anabaptists, 143

Anjou and Maine (" demayn "), 97, 166

Anne of Bohemia, queen of Richard IL, 25,

26.48, 50

Anne, lady, daughter of Edward IV., 104

Appylton, Frere William, 48

Apylton, Sir John, 157

Argyle, earl of, 88

Arragon, king of, 158

Arragon, knight of, 63, 64

Arteys, bastard son of Humphrey duke of

Gloucester, 65
Arthur, king, 1 1
Arthur, prince, son of Henry VII., his

christening, 104-5
Arundel, Ric, 9th earl of (1330-75), 83
Arundel. Ric, 10th earl of (1375-93), 26,

27.49, 50,51

Arundel, Thos., Uth earl of (1399-1415),

53
Arundel, Will., 15th earl of (1437-87), 157.

159, 172



Arundel, Henry, 18th carl of (l')43.79),
141

Arundel, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury) (1396-
1413), 27, 51

Arundel, lord John of, 104

Asku. See Ayscough

Assheley, John, 63 ; knighted. 64, 157

Athelbryght. See Ethelbert

Athole, earl of, uncle of James I. of Scot-
land, 166

Audeley (Awdley), Master, 104

Humphrey, 184

Audeley, John Touchet, fifth lord (1458-
91), 73

Augustine, St., 12

Aunsell, Sir John, 48

Austin Friars, 93

Austria, duke of, captures Richard I., 31

Awdley. See Audeley

Ayne, 158

Aysac (?), Alex., 151

Ayscough (Asku), Will., bp. of Salisbury,
67, 69, 100, 151

Babwell, 150

Baden, Christopher Margrave of, 136

his wife Cicely, 133, 136

Bagott, Sir Will., t. Ric. II., 27, 28

Bailiffs of London, t. Ric. I. and John, 31,
32

Bakehouse, Mr., 129

Bakley (qu. Berkley), Morres, 89

Baldock, Robert, Chancellor, 21

Baldry, mayor, 93

Baldwin, , a preacher at Paul's Cross,

126

Bamborough Castle, 79, 156, 158. 176, 179
I Bardolf, lord, 53

Barley, price of, 155
I Barnet, battle of, 92, 184

Barton, Geo., parson of St. Mary Abchurch
127



190



INDEX.



Basel, council of, 149

Baspiche, Bartold, earl of, 84

Bath, knights of the, 80 ; manner of making,

106-113
Bayeux (Bayue), taken, 56
Bayly, Sir Will., 93
Baynard's Castle, 33, 38, 131
Beauchamp, Sir John, t., Ric. II., 26
Beauchamp, Sir Thos., earl of Warwick, 83
Beauchamp, Ric, bp. of Hereford, and after-
wards of Salisbury, 100
Beaufort, Henry, bp. of Winchester (1405-

47), Cardinal (1427), 57, 59, 60, 97, 148,

164
Beaumaris (Bumeryes), 158
Beaumont, Lewis de, bp. of Durham, 41
Beaumont (Beemond), John, viscount, 74,

153, 160, l€9
Becheham, Sir Will., " Erie Notingham,"

83. See footnote
Becket, Thomas h. See St. Thomas of

Canterbury
Beden, Dr., 80
Bedford, John, duke of, brother of Henry V.,

55, 58, 59, 60, 164
Bedford, Anne, duchess of, first wife of the

preceding, 59
Bedford, Jaquetta, duchess of, second wife

of the above, 79
Bedford, Francis Russell, earl of (1554-85),

his place at Ivy Bridge, 133 ; his daughter

Anne married to lord Ambrose Dudley, 134
Bedoun, Sir Ewrard of, 157
Bell, near Calais, 62
Benerforth (?) lord, 157
Berkeley Castle, 21, 43
Berkeley, Sir Maurice of, 157
Bermondsey, Abbot of, 102
Berners, Sir Jas.,t. Ric. II., 26
Berry, Chas., duke of, brother of Louis XL,

181
Berwick taken, 39 ; lost, 41 : recovered, 43 ;

besieged, 70 ; delivered by Henry VI. to

the Scots, 78, 174, 175, 179
Bethlehem Hospital without Bishopsgate,

115, 125
Beverley, Sir Simon. See Burley
Bishops delivered out of the Tower (1563),

126
Black Friars (or Friars Preachers), 19, 38,

183
Black Jackett, 79
Blackheath, 67, 69, 149
Blake Thomas, 26



Blakney, , 103

Blanche, daughter of Henry duke of Lan-
caster, 23
Blank Charters burned, 52
Blawnchapylton, or Whitechapel, 93
Bloreheath, battle of, 72
Blount, Walter, lord Mountjoy, 182
Blunt, Sir Thos.. 52
Bogham. See Buchan
Bohun, Sir Will, de, earl of Northampton,

83 (note)
Bois de Vincennes (Boys Vincent) near

Paris, 58
Bolde, Sir Henry of, 157
Bolingbroke, Henry of. See Henry IV.
Bolingbroke, Roger. See Bultyngbroke
Bonfires in London ordered, 123
Bonnivet, Will. Goufiier, sieur de, 93
Bonvile, lord, beheaded (1461), 76, 155, 172
Books prohibited, 89
Booth, Will., bp. of Chester, i.e. Coventry

and Lichfield, 100
Bordeaux lost, 69, 166
Boteler. See Butler
Bothe, Sir Will., 157
Botler. See Butler
Boulogne, expenses of Henry VIII. at siege

of, 114
Boulogne, Turnar of, 125, 127
Bourbourg (Borborowe) in Flanders, 26
Bourchier, Thos., abp. of Canterbury (1454-

86), 73, 74, 153, 162, 167
Bourchier (Bowcer), Henry lord (1435-61),

count of Eu (Hyu), earl of Essex (1461-

83), 74, 151-2, 172. See also Essex
Bow church steeple, fall of, 37
Bowcer. See Bourchier
Brabant, John duke of, 84
Bradbery, Thos., mayor, 92
Bradisbourch, Mark of, 84
Bradshawe [Edmund], 79, 179
Bramton Field (Flodden), 87
Bread Street, 138
Brembre (Bremble) Sir Nicholas, 26, 47,

48, 49
Bretagne. See Brittany
Bretons, truce with the, 181
Breze, Pierre de, seigneur de la Varenne,

seneschal of Normandy, 70
Bridewell, 127
Bridlington, canon of, 40
Bristol, lord Spencer beheaded at, 52 ;

Edward IV.'s reception at, 85, 175
Bristol, Henry, recorder of, 184



INDEX.



191



Britain, named after Brutus, 2 ; fabulous

kings of, 2-11
Britanny, Francis II. duke of, ISS
Britanny, Joan (or Jane) duchess of, married

to Henry IV., 52
Brotherton, Thomas of, Enrl Marshal, 20
Brown, Robert and the Brownists, 143
Browne, Will., Mayor, 92
Browne, Sir Thos., 169

Browne, , of Kent, 73, 75

Brutus of Troy, fabulous king of Britain, 2
Bryte, Will., 179
Buchan (Boghan), earl of, 164
Buckingham, Henry duke of (1460-83),

157, 160
Buckingham, Humphrey earl Stafford,

created duke of, 64, 97; wounded 152;

slain, 74, 153, 169
Buckingham [Edward] duke of, beheaded, 93
Bucklersbury, explosion in, 130
Bultyngbroke (Bolingbroke), Roger, 63
Burford, baron of, 158
Burges, Mayor, 93
Burgeyny. See Abergavenny
Burgoyn, Edward duke of (qu. Philip duke

of Burgundy?), 158
Burgundians at the second Battle of St.

Alban's, 155
Burgundy, Anne, sister of Philip duke of,

58, 165

Burgundy, Anthony, bastard of, 92, 181
Burgundy, Charles the Bold, duke of, 182,

183
Burgundy, John the Fearless, duke of, 53, 54
Burgundy, Philip the Good, duke of, 56,

59, 60, 61, 149, 158

Burley (Beverley), Sir Simon, 26
Burre, Mr., 131
Burse. See Exchange
Burtayne, Sir Thos., 158
Bury St. Edmund's, 14, 149 ; parliament at,
65,97, 149

Abbot of, 162

Bushy (Bussche), Sir John, 27, 28, 51
Butler (Botler), John,79 179; Sir John, 157
Bywell Castle, Northumb., 179

Cade, John, his rebellion, 66-68, 94, 99
Cadwallader, King, 12, 13
Caen,William the Conquerorburiedat, 17,29
Cagent, island of, in Flanders, 62
Calabria, Henry, duke of, 158
Calais, 62, 71, 72, 153, 169; Siege of, by
Edward III., 23, 44, 81-5 ; by Philip,



duke of Burgundy, 61, 149, 165;

Somerset appointed captain of, 72
Caldwell, Dr., 117
Cambridge, 149, 1.54, 163

Clare Hall and Trinity Hall, 163

College of St. Nicholas at, 177

Cambridgeshire, 155; inundations in, 154
Cambridge, Ric, earl of, 170; beheaded,

t. Hen. v., 55
Camois (Cammysh), lord of, 165
Campeggio, Cardinal, legate sent to England,

93
Candelwyke Street, 137

Cantelowe, ,103. .Sfc Cauntelow.

Canterbury, Henry IV. buried at, 30, 54 ;

Visit of Henry' VI. to, 69; Edward IV.

goes on pilgrimage to, 174
Canterbury, abps. of. See Arundel, Thos. :

Bourchier, Thos. : Chicheley, Henry :

Parker, Matt. : Sudbury, Simon
Canterbury, convocation of, 177
Canute (Knotte), King, 16
Capel, mayor, 92
Carlisle, bps. of. See Lumley, M. (1430-

50) : Percy, W. (1452-62)
Carmelites. See White Friars
Carowen, Sir Christopher of, 157
Carpenter, John, bp. of Worcester, 1 00
Cary, lady, 121-2
Castle Baynard, 33, 38
Catesby, Sir W., 158
Catherine of France, queen of Henry V.,

56, 57, 62
Cauntelow, mercer and alderman, 70. See

Cantelowe.
Cawerne (? Taverner), Ric, 179. Compare

Gregory's Chron., 226
Cecily, lady, daughter of Edward IV., 104
Cely, Sir John, 52

Chamber and Chamberlain of London, 126
Chamburlayne, Sir Roger, 65
Champyon, John, 79
Chapman. John, 179
Charing Cross or Charoncross, Yorkshire,

160, 162
Charles VI. of France, death of, 58
Cheap, 137, 141-2, 150, 169, 174, 181.

183 ; the Cock in, 148; the Standard in,

48, 67
Cheapside, 80, 121, 129
Chedworth, John. See Lincoln, my lord

(bp.?)of
Cherbourg (Shirebrough), 56
Chertsey (Cheltesye) Abbey, 184



192



INDEX.



Cheyne, Sir John, 51

Chicheley, Henry, abp. of Canterbury, 57

Chichester, Ad. Moleyns, bp. of, murdered

(1450), 15)
ChristiernI.,KingofDenmark( 1457-81), 158
Christiern II., King of Denmark (1513-23),

93
Cirencester, earls beheaded at, 52
Clarence, George, duke of, brother of

Edward IV., 78, 162, 183
Clarence, Lionel, duke of, 24
Clarence, Thos., duke of, son of Henry IV.,

54, 56
Clarington, Sir Roger, executed, 52
Claydon, John, 55
Clergy of London at Lambeth, 135
Clerkenwell, 143
Cleyhethe, 154

Clififord,Thos.,eighthlord (1422-55), 70,152
Clifford, John, ninth lord (1455-61), 160,

161, 168. 171, 172
Clifton (Glyfton), Sir Piers, 157
Clifton, Sir Gervase, 160
Clinton (Glynton), lord, 157
Close, Nicholas, bp. of Carlisle, lOl
Cobham, lord, condemned, t. Ric. II., 27, 51
Cobham, John Oldcastle, lord, 53, 54, 56,

148
Cobham, Eleanor. See Gloucester, duchess of
Cobham, Edw. Brooke, lord (1445-64), 73,

74, 157
Cocfeld, Rob., 179
Cock, the, in Cheap, 148
Codnor. See Grey
Coinage, a new, 80
Coke, Sir Thos., 182
Colchester founded by King Coyll, 7
Cole, Thos. A. M., Archdeacon of Essex,

128, 133
Colvyle, Sir John, 157
Comets, 52, 149, 150, 152, 156
Conduit in Fleet Street, 63
Conduit in Cornhill, 134
Conquerore, Rob., 179
Constable, Sir Rob., 158
Constabyl, Sir John, 157
Constance (Custaunce), council of, 56
Conyers (Coneres), Christopher, 158

(Conyas), Sir John, 157

Conyers (Coneres), Sir Roger, 157
Constans, father of Constantine the Em-
peror, 7
Constans, son of Constantine the King, 7
Constantine, the Emperor, 7, 8



Constantine, of Britanny, crowned King of

Great Britain, 9
Constantine, earl of Cornwall, 11
Copinger, [William], mayor, 92
Coppini, Francesco, bp. of Teramo, papal

legate, 74
Cordell Sir Will., Master of the Rolls,

(1561), 120
Corfe Castle, 21
Corn, price of, 151, 156, 159
Cornhill, 137 ; conduit in, 134
, St. Michael's, 126 ; St. Peter's,

91, 139, 140
Cornwall, Ric, earl of, son of King John, 19
Cornwaylys, Sir Thos., 158
Correy or Currey, lord, 159
Cote, Dr., 151
Cotton, Sir Roger, 105
Cotton, Will., 152
Counter, the, 121, 139, 141

•, in the Poultry, 143



Courtenay, Piers, bp. of Exeter (1486), 105

Covent Garden, 122

Coventry, 27, 70, 174 ; Parliament at, 169,
171

Cox, Ric, bp. of Ely (1559-81), 121, 135

Coyll, King, founder of Colchester, 7

Crackinthorpe (Grakyngthorp), Sir John,
157, 161; Sir Thos., 160

Cragge, lord, 159 : " lord Crakkes bro-
ther," lb.

Crawford (Crafford, Creyforth), earl of, 88,
159

Cressy, battle of, 23, 44

Crier, the Common, of London, 126

Cromwell, Ralph lord, 151

Cromwell, Humph. Bourchier lord (1461-
71), 157, 159

Crowen, Sir Thomas, 157

Crowley, Rob., vicar of St. Giles' Cripple-
gate, &c., 136, 139

Crowmer, [WiU.], 67, 68, 98

Curiel. See Kyryell

Currey or Correy, lord, 159

Cymbeline (Kymbeline), 6

Cyprus, King of, 24

Dacre of the North, lord, 157, 160, 161
Dacre of the South, lord, 157
Dacres, lord, 88

Damascus, taken by the Christians, 36
Danby, Sir Roger, 157
Daniel, Thomas, minister of Henry VI., 66,
67, 101



INDEX.



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Darnley, Henry, lord, 132, 141

David II. of Scotland, taken prisoner, 23,

24, 44
Dawson, Will., 79, 179
Dear year, the great, 46
Delabere, John, bp. of St. David's, 101
Delamore, Bernard, 80
De la Ware, lord, 1.57, 172
Delyngrege, Sir Edw., warden of London, 50
Denbigh, baron of, lord R. Dudley created,

129
Denmark, Kingof. See Christiern I. and II.
Depttord, vicar of, 63
Derby, earl of. See Henry IV.
Derby, Thos. Stanley, earl of (1485-1504).

105
Devonshire, Clarence and Warwick, land in,

183
Devonshire, Thos. Courtenay, earl of, be-
headed (1461), 77, 160. 161; his brother,

158
Devonshire [Henry] Courtenay, earl of,
. beheaded (1468), 182. &« Warkworth
Devonshire, Humph, Stafford, earl of, killed

(1471), 184
Dioclesyan, fabulous king of Syria, 1
Distaff lane, 127
Ditton (Dytton), lady(?) ICl
Docfford, Harry, 79 '
Dokette, sir Rich., 157
" Dolgotys brother," 159
Domelyn, lord, 159

Dormar, , his book, 130

Dorset, Edmund Beaufort, earl of, created

marquis of Dorset, 64
Dorset, Thos. Grey, Marquis of (1475-1501),

104-5

Marchioness of, 104

Douglas, earl, 159

Douglas, Archibald, earl of, slain at Ver-

neuil, 164
Douglas, James, 161
Douglas, Sir William, taken prisoner at

Durham (Nevill's Cross), 23
Douglas, Will., of Drumlanrig, 164
Dover, 66, 136, 141
Drought, a great, 80
Dublin (Dyvelyn) bishop of, t. Edw. III.,

81; t. Hen. V., 55
Dublin, Marquis of. See Vere, Sir Robert
Dudley, John Sutton, lord (1400-82), 67,

70, 101 note, 157
Dudley, lord Robert, created earl of Leices-
ter (1564), 129

9



Dudley Castle, 70

Dudley, lord Ambrose, carl of Warwick,

his marriage (1565), 134
Dunkirk, 20
Dunstanburgh (Dunstalborw and Donsyn-

burgh) castle, 79, 159, 176, 179
Dunstal. See Tunstall
Duiityngdale, Yorkshire, 162
Durastc, lord, 184
Durham, 41, 159

Durham (Nevill's Cross), battle of. 23
Durham, Lewis de Beaumont, bp. of, ( 1317-

33), 41
Durham, RobertNevill,bp.of (1438-57), 166
Dutch church in London, 142

Dytkynson, ; fishmonger, 138

Dymok, Master, his place in Fenchurch

street, 142

Earl Marshal. See Mowbray, Thos.

Earls, the three (March, Salisbury and
Warwick), 168, 169

Earthquakes, 38, 44, 48, 49, 150, 152

Eastcheap, 137, 148

Edmund. St., King of East Anglia, murdered
by the Danes at Bury, 14

Edmund Ironside, 15

Edmund of Woodstock, son of Edward I., 20

Edmund of Langley, duke of York, 24, 170

Edward I. before the Conquest, 14

Edward II. before the Conquest 15

Edward the Confessor, 15, 16

Edward I. after the Conquest, 19,20,30;
' his birth, 35 ; his reign, 38-40

Edward II. after the Conquest (of Carnar-
von), 20, 30, 148 ; his reign, 40-43

Edward III. after the Conquest (of Wind-
sor), 21-24, 30, 170; his birth, 41 ; his
reign, 43, 47. Besieges Calais, 81, 85

Edward IV., King, as earl of March,

i 72-74, 70, 151, 153, 155. 171, 172. {See
\ also "Earls, the Three ");— proclaimed
king. 77. 155, 173; crowned, 78, 162;
married, 80, 180. Acts of his reign, 78-
80, 173-185. His adherents at Towton,
161. His reception at Bristol, 85, 175.
His expedition against Scotland, 157, 159.
Conspiracy against him, 1 75. Sits in the
King's Bench, i7^. In the North, 176.
Overcomes Henry's party, 179. Escapes
to Flanders, 183. Returns to England,
ill. Gains the battle of Barnet, 184; and
of Tewkesbury, lb. Knights several alder-
men 185. Reduces the Kentish men, ib.



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INDEX.



Edward the Black Prince, 22-24, 47, 81, 82,

170
Edward, prince, son of Henry VI., 69, 149,

154, 158, 160, 175, 184:— his wife, 184
Edwin, kins of Northumberland, 12
Egremont, Thomas Percy, lord, 70, 71, 74,

149, 153, 169, 178. See also Percy,

Sir T.
Elderbeck, John, 179

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Henry III., 35
Elizabeth, queen, her toilet articles stolen,

129; receives the Emperor's ambassador,

143
Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV., 105, 1«1,

182
Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV., birth of,

181
Ely, isle of, 155; inundations in, 154;

great flies in, 180
Ely, bp. of. iSee Luxemberg, L. de(1438-

43) : Grey, Will. (1454-78): Cox, Ric.

(1559-81)
Elyn. See Helena, St.
Engest. See Hengist
England named after Ingerne, wife of Uther

Pendragon, 1 1
Eric XIV. of Sweden, his sister Cicely, wife

of Christopher, Margrave of Baden, 133
Erroll, earl of, 88
Essex, 155

Essex and Kent, insurrection in, 25, 48
Essex, Hen. Bourchier, first earl of (1461-

83), 157. See also 'Qonvchiev
Essex, Hen. Bourchier, second earl of

(1483-1539), 104
Est, Robert, 98

Ethelbert(Athelbryght),Kingof Kent, 11,12
Eton College, 177
Eu (Hyu), Count of. iS^e Bourchier, Henry

lord
Everyngham, Sir 'Will., 157
Evesham, battle of, 19
Evil Mayday, 93, 141
Excestre (Exeter?) lord, a bastard son of

Humphrey Stafford, first duke of Buck-
ingham, 156
Exchange, the Royal (the merchants'

" Burse "), building of, 134-5
Exeter, 77
Exeter, bp. of. See Stapleton, W. ; Nevill,

Geo. ; Courtenay, P.
Exeter, John Holland, duke of, 51, con-
spires against Henry IV.; 28 ; beheaded, 52
Exeter, John Holland, duke of (1443-6), 97



Exeter, Thos. Beaufort, duke of (1416-26),

164
Exeter, Hen. Holland, duke of (1446-73), 72,

76,97, 156, 158, 174, 175

misnamed Edward, and reported



as slain at Towton, 160
two bastard sons of, 160



Exmewe, mayor, 93
Eye, witch of, 63

Fabulous Kings of Britain (their names are
mostly omitted in this index), 2-1 1

Falaise (Falloves), taken, 56

Falconbridge,'Will., lord (1429-61) ; earl of
Kent (1461-3), 70, 74, 173, 174, 175

Falconbridge (Fawcunbridgge), bastard of,
184-5

Famine, 41

Faversham (or Feversham), King Stephen
buried at, 18, 29

Fawkoner, , 75

Fenchurch Street, 142

Fenwyck, Thos., 79, 179

Ferdinand I., Emperor of Germany, his
obsequies, 129

Ferrers, Sir Ralph, 48

Ferrers of Chartley, Walter Devereux, lord,
157

Feryr, Sir Thos., 157

Ferrybridge, battle of, 162, 173

Feversham. See Faversham

Findern. See Fyndorne

Fish (Fyssh), Sir Edmond, 79, 178. See
Fizthu

Fish Street, New, 137

Fish Street, Old, 140

FitzHugh (Fyhew), lord, 157, 160, 161

Fitzwalter (Fywater), lord, 161

Fizthu (</?/. Fish?), Sir Edmond, 179. [Com-
pare Gregory's Chron., 225]

Flanders, 62, 142

Flanders, lady Regent of, 142-3

Fleet, the, prison, 121-2, 136

Fleet street, 141-2, 151

Conduit in, 63

Standard in, 71

Flemings, 142

Flint castle, 28

Flodden, battle of, 87

Floquet, Rob. de, bailiflf of Evreux, 70

Fogg (Fooge), Sir John, 157

Fontevraud, Henry II. and Richard I. buried
at, 18, 29

Fortescue, John, 102 ; Sir John Foskew, 158



INDEX



195



Fowey ravaged by pirates, 166

Framysden, 161

France, invasion of, 22,46; loss of, 96-7 ;

truce with, ISl
Frankinounde, Threder, lord, 84
Fraunces, Sir Adam, 48
Frenchmen attaclc Sandwich, 152
Frenchmen in the North with Margaret o(

Anjou, 156, 175, 176, 177
Frenchmen at sea harass the English, 181
Friars, Austin, 36

Friars Minors (or Grey Friars), 15, 34
Friars Preachers (or Black Friars), 19, 38,

183
Frosts, severe, 61, 130
Frowyke, Henry, mayor, 91
Frvthe, John, his Disputation of Purgatory,

90
Fulforde, Sir Baldwin, 77
Fykeharry, Thos., 158
Fyndorne (or Findern), Sir Thos. ,80, 157,

159, 178, 179
Fynes, Mr., 119
Fvsshe. Ste Fish

Fytzhyth (Fitzhugh repeated ?), lord, 161
Fy water (Fitzwalter), lord, 161

GabuU of the Chancery, 102
Galleys burnt at Gravesend, 48
Garard, Sir Thos., 157
Garthe, Master, 117
Garter, knights of, 44
Gascony, 62, 66, 97, 149, 166
Gate house, 143
Gate, Sir Geoff., 157
Gaunt. See Ghent

Gaunt, John of, 23, 24, 170. See Lancas-
ter, duke of

Geddyng, , 104

Gefferey (or Jeflferey), Will., a heretic, 115

Gerveyse, Master, 102

Ghent (Gaunt), 59

Glastonbury, 15

Gloucester, Henry III. crowned at, 19, 29 ;

Edward II. buried at, 2i, 30
Gloucester, Humphrey, duke of, 56, 57, 59,

60, 61, 62, 95, 97. 149, 150, 165
Gloucester, duchess of (Jaqueline of Hain-

ault), first wife of the preceding, 59.

See Holland, duchess of
Gloucester, duchess of, Eleanor Cobham,

second wife of the same, 60, 63, 149, 150
Gloucester, Thomas, of Woodstock, duke

of, 24,26, 27, 49, 50, 51, 53



Gloucester, Thos., lord Spencer, earl of, 51 ;

conspires airainst Henry IV., 2S
Gloucester, llic, duke of (afterwards

llichard III.). 78, 162
Glouccstir, Reginald Butler or Boulcrs,

abbot of (1450), 67, 100
Glyfton. See Clifton
Glynton. See Clinton
Gog and Magog, 2
Gold, enhancing of, 93, 177
Gold, Rob., capt. of the Duke of Burgundy,

158
Good, Dr., 117
Goodefelaue, John, 73
Gosse, John, 79
Thos., 179



Gouffier, Will., sieur de Bonnivet, admiral
of France, 93

Gough, Matt., 68, 151

Graccchurch (Gracious) street, 137

Grakynglhorp. See Crackinthorpe

Grame, Will., murders James I. of Scotland,
166

Granada, capitulation of, 86

Grantham, 155

Gravelines (Gravenyng) in Flanders, 26, 62

Gravesend, 48, 61

Gray. See Grey

Graye, or Grey, Sir Ralph, 79, 156-7, 160,
165.. 176, 179

Graye, Sir Thos., beheaded, t. Hen. V., 55

Gray's Inn, 142

Greenwich, 67, 137

Grene, Sir John, minister of Richard II., 27,
28, 51

Gresham, Sir Thos., 135

Grethorn, ^ir Piers of, 157

Grey. See also Gray

Grey, Master, 88

Grey (Gray), William, bp. of Ely (1454-
I 78), 153, 155

Grey Friars, 74

Grey of Ruthyn (Ruffyn), lord (1462), 157
I Grey of Codnor (Cottenor), lord, 157, 160
I Grey of Wilton, lord (1462), 157

Greystock, lord, 157, 159

Griffin, son of Llewelin, prince of Wales, 35

Grindal, Edmund, bp.of London (1559-70),
! afterwards abp. of York and of ('anter-
1 bury, 130, 135
I Gryffon, John, 158

Grysseley, Sir John, 157
I Gualo, the legate, 19
( Guienne, 66, 97, 149



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INDEX.



Guildford, Surrey, 116

(Gyldford), Sir Ric, 102

Guildhall, the, 67. 74, 75, 129
Guines (Geynes), near Calais, 72, 169
Gutmyn, Ric, 55

Haddon, Ric, mayor, 92
Hail, a great, 132
Hainault (Henaude), 59

Will., earl of, 84

Philippa of Queen of Edward III.

21, 24,43

Sir John of, 21



Halden, Dr. Thos., 180 («o<e b.)
Hales, Sir Robert, prior of St. John's, be-
headed, 25, 48
Halidon Hill, battle of, 22, 52
Ham, East, 129
Hamilton. " Antrys his brother of Hemyl-

don," 159
Hamilton (Homyldon), Sir Robert, 159
Hammys, Sir Edmund, 160
Hampton, John, 102

Hanley, , 103

Harcourt (Harecourte), Rob., 158

Harepotell, Ric, 88

Harfleur (Hareflete), besieged by Henry V..

55
Harlech Castle, N. Wales, 182

Harleston (Harslston), , 162

Harow [John], mercer, 74, 75, 76

Harsington, near Northampton, 74

Harylle, Sir Will., 161

Haryngton, Sir Will., 157

Hastings, Will., lord (1461-83), 157,159

Hastynges, Sir Leonard, 157

Sir Will, 157

Hatfield, William of, son of Edward HI., 1 70

Havard, , priest, 121

Havre de Grace [Newhaven] , in the hands

of the English, 122 ; surrendered, 125
Hawll, Elys (or Eliseus), of Manchester,

125-6
Hay Hill, gallows on, 129

Haysond, , squire, 77

Hegge, Thos., 79

Helena (Elyn), St the mother of Constan-

tine, 7, 8
Hennawde. See Hainault
Hengist (Engest), 9, 10
Henry I. (Beauclerc), 17, 18, 29
Henry II., 18, 29
Henry III., 19, 29 ; his birth, 32 ; his reign,

33-38



Henry IV., as Henry of Bolingbroke, earl
of Derby, 26, 27, 49; created duke of
Hereford, 27, 51; made King, 28, 30, 51;
his sons beaten in Eastcheap, 148 ; his
parliaments, 171

Henry V,, as Prince of Wales, 28 ; as King,
30, 148

Henry VI., 31 ; birth of, 57, 164 ; his reign,
58-78, 148, 164-173 ; at the second battle
of St Albans, 76, 155 ; goes of with the
Northernmen, 155 ; flies to Berwick, 77 ;
which he delivers to the Scots and French,
78; in Scotland, 158; his adherents,
161; attainted, 175; conspiracy in favour
of, 162; taken prisoner, 80, 180-1; his
helmet, crown, &c., taken, 179; his party
almost quashed, 179 ; released from the
Tower, 183 ; replaced there, 184 ; dies,
lb.

Henry (Herry), the dauphin (?), 158

Herberd, [Thomas] , attendant of Hum-
phrey, duke of Gloucester, 65

Herbert, Will., lord (1461-8), earl of Pem-
broke (1468-9), 157, 182, 183


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