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Spencer, Henry (not Richard), bp. of Nor-
wich, 26, 49

Spencers, the, temp. Edward II., 21, 42

Spiller, Will., 79, 179

Stace, , 102

Stafford, earl of. t. Hen. IV., 52

Stafford. Humphrey, earl of, t. Hen. VI.,
afterwards duke of Buckingham, 61, 64

Stafford, sir Humphrey. 67

Stafford, John, 67, 161

Stamford, 155, 156

Stanbury, John, prior, provost of Eton, IGO

Standard, the, in Cheap, 48, 67, 125

Standard, the, in Flete strete, 7 1

Stanley, Thos., second lord (1459-85), earl
of Derby (1485-1504), 157

Stanley, Sir Edw., 88

Sir John, 157

Sir Thos., 102

Sir Will.. 157

Stannyewyssche, Sir Jas., 157

Staple, or Stable, Adam, deposed from the
mayoralty, 47

Stapleton, Walter, bp. of Exeter, t. Edw. II.,
21, 42

Stephen, King, 18,29

Stepney, Phijpot, parson of, 139, 140



Stewart (Styward), John, 159

Stokebrege, Will., 127

Stokesley, John, bp. of London, 89

Stokton, John, mayor, 92

Stonnar, Sir Will., 105

Stourbridge (Stebrigge), fair, 153

Stourton, lord, 102, 157

Strange, Geo. Stanley, lord (1482-97),
104-5

Strawe, Jack, 25

Strumpets, ordinance relating to, 62

Stuntney, 154

Sturgyn, , 126

Styward, John, 159

Sudbury, Suff., 132

Sudbury, Simon, abp. of Canterbury, be-
headed, 25, 48

Sudeley, lord, 102

Suffolk. See Norfolk

Suffolk, Sir Rob. d'Ufford, earl of (t. Edw.
III.), 83

Suffolk, Michael De la Pole, earl of, t. Ric.
II., 49

Suffolk, Will. De la Pole, earl of (afterwards
marquis and duke of), t. Hen. VI., 60, 64,
65, 66, 95, 97, 101, 149, 150, 164

Suffolk [Frances], duchess of (1567), 142

Suffolk, John de la Pole, duke of (1463-91),
157, 162

Sunday, markets not to be held on, 64

Surrey, duke of, 28, 51

Surrey, Thos. Howard, earl of, at Flodden,
87-8

Surrye, i.e. Syria, I

Sussex, Henry VI. in, 68

Sussex, Thos. Ratcliff, earl of (1567), 142-3

Swan, Sir John, 157

Sweden, King of. &« Eric XIV.

Symsone, , wife of, 140

Syria (" Surrye"), 1

Syvas (?), lord, 161

Tadcaster, Yorkshire, 173

Tailbois (Treilboz), [William], called earl

of Kyme, 156, 161, 178, 179
Talbot, John, lord (1421-42), first earl of

Shrewsbury (1442-53), 60, 166
Tate, John, " with the powlydhed," mayor,

92 ; Sir John, knight, mayor, 92
Taylboys, Sir Will., 158
Tayler, Will., burnt in Smithfield, 58
Tayllour, Will., alderman, 7 1 ; mayor, 92
Tempests, great, 46, 134, 181
Templars, destruction of the, 20



INDEX.






1 T V



205



Temple Bar, 71. 122, 137

Terell. ^V<• Tyrell

Tewkesbury, battle of, 184

Thames, three Hoods in the, 54 ; overflow

of, G6 ; frozen over, 131
Thames street, 138
Thetford. Norf., 154
Thomas of Brotherton, Earl Marshal, son of

Edward I., 20
Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester,

son of Edward III., 24, 26, 27
Thomas, duke of Clarence, son of Henry

IV., .54
Thomas, Robert, master gunner, 134
Thorpe, a book of, 90
Thorpe, [baron of the E.^chequer], 73, 75,

103
Three Cranes in the Vintry, the, 137
Throgmorton, Sir Nic, 163
Thyne, abp. of, 85

Tides, very high, in the Thames, 129
Topcliff, warden of (Sir W. Ponyngton), 79
Touques (Towcke) in Normandy, 56
Tower of London, 64, 67, 69, 73, 74, 75,

80, 132, 133, 139, 141-2, 153, 169, 172,

174, 181, 182, 183
Tower Hill, 133; executions on, 48, 63,

66, 78
Tower Hill, abbot of, 100
Tower Stairs, 142
Tower Street, 133

Towrs, . 139

Towton, battle of, or Palm Sunday Field,

77, 159, 160, 173. See also Seton
Treilboz. .See Tailbois
Trent, the river, 155, 173
Tresilian, Sir Rob., chief justice, t. Ric. II,,

26,49
Trevilian, John, 101
Troblefylde. Mr., 104
Trollope, Davy, 161
Trollope, Andrew, 154-5, 161 ibis)
Troyes, treaty of, 56
Tuddenham (Tudnam), Sir Tho., 78, 103,

162
Tunstall (Dunstal), Sir Ric, 158, 159, 178,

182

Turnar, , of Boulogne, 125, 127

Twyfford, Sir Nic. 48

Twyssell, bridge of, 87

Tyburn, 65, 169

Tyndal, W., his Answer to More's Dialogue,

90 ; book called the Matrimony of Tyn-
dal, ib.



Tyrrell, Sir Will., 78, 162

Uske. See Huske
Uther Pendragon, 9, 10
Upwere, 154

Venter, Thos., 52

Vere, Sir Robert de, carl of Oxford, marquis

of Dublin and duke of Ireland, 26, 49
Vere, Aubrey de, son of John, 12th earl of

0.\ford, 78, 162
Verneuil in Perche, battle of, 164
Vintry, the, 137

Waffer, Harry, knighted, 80

Wakefield, battle of, 76, 154, 171

Wakeup, lord, 159

Wales, 69

Waltham, 58, 149

Walvv^orth, Sir Will., 25, 48

Warcoppe , 89

Warde , of Topcliff, 179

Ware, Herts, 162

Warren granted to the City of London, 34

Warwick, Ric, earl of, t. Ric. 11., 26, 27,
49, 50, 51

Warwick, Henry Beauchamp, earl of.
created duke of, G4, 97

Warwick, Ric, earl of (the king maker), 70,
71—77. 80, 153, 156, 157, 159, 161
(misnamed Edward), 168, 172, 173, 176,
183, 184. See also " Earls, the three."

Warwick, lord Ambrose Dudley, earl of, 134

Watch, a great, in the city, 140-1

Water, Roger, 79, 179

Wawe, Will., GO

Waynflete, Will, de, bp. of Winchester
(1447-86), 175

Waynsford, bastard, 178

Weirs in the Thames, 34

Welles, loid, 160, 161,

Welles, Sir Will., 159

Welshmen and Scots with Margaret of
Anjou, 155

Wenloke, Sir John, lord Wenlock (1461-
71), 72, 74, 75, 157, 159, 169, 184

Wentbryge, Yorkshire, 162

Wentworth, Oliver, 79, 179

Sir Phihp, 79, 178, 179

Westminster, 131 ; kings and tjueens buried
at, 16, 19, 20, 24, 26, 30, 31, 62;
crowned at, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 31,
54, 60, 162, 166, 173 ; Parliaments at,
66, 170, 175, 176; mairiage of lord Am-



206



INDEX.



brose Dudley at, 134 ; Puritans at, 143;
Gatehouse at,i6. ; Edward IV. takes pos-
session of the throne at, 173 ; crowned
at, 174; visits, 185

Westminster, abbot of, 103

Westmoreland (Westhumbyrlond), Ralph
Nevill, second earl of (1425-84), 157, 160

Whethamstede, John. See St. Alban's,
abbot of

White, sir John, mayor, 127

White, sir Rob., vicar of Deptford, 63

Whitechapel, 137. See also Blawnchapylton

White Friars (or Carmelites?), 151

Wiche, Hugh, knighted, 80

Wicked Mammon, the, Parable of (a book),
90

Wilkokes, Mr., 119

William the Conqueror, 16, 17, 28, 85

William Rufus, 17, 29

William of Hatfield, son of Edward III.,
170

William, son of Henry I., 17

Willoughby, Rob., lord (1409-52), 164

Wiiloughby, lord, reported as killed at Tow-
ton (1460,160

Wilton. See Grey

Wiltshire, James Butler, earl of (1449-61),
76, 77, 155, 161

Wiltshire, Will. Scrope, earl of, (1397-9) 51

Winchelsea, 62

Winchester, 140; Kings buried at, 15,16,
17, 29 ; Prince Arthur christened at,
104-5

Winchester, St. Swithin's, prior of, 105

Winchester, bp. of. See Beaufort, Hen. ;
Home, Rob. ; Waynflete, Will, de

Windsor, 164 ; Queen Elizabeth at, 126-7

Windsor Castle, 70

Wingfield, sir John, 105, 157

Wisbeach, 155

" Wode Saturday," the, 47

Wodfeld (Woodville), Sir Ric, 63

Wolferston, Roger, 161

Woodstock, Edmund of, son of Edward I., 20



Woodstock, Thomas of, duke of Gloucester,

son of Edward III., 24, 26, 27
Woodville, Anthony, lord Scales (1461-9),

earl Rivers (1469-83), 72,92, 157, 181,

182, 184
Woodville, (Widvell), Sir Edw. (called lord

Woodville), 104
Woodville, Eliz., daughter of lord Rivers

and the duchess of Bedford, married to

Edward IV., 80, 180. See also Elizabeth
Woodville, Sir John, son of Ric, lord Rivers,

183
Worby, Jahn, of Mortlond, 158
Worcester, King John buried at, 19, 29
Worcester, Sir Thos. Percy, earl of (1397-

1403), 51
Worcester, John Tiptoft, earl of (1449-70),

157, 159, 177, 182, 183
Worcester, John Carpenter, bp. of, 100
Worcester, Rob. Morton, bp.of (1486), 105
Worcester, bp. of, dead in 1449, 151. (This

is erroneous)
Wratton, Piers, 104

Wyllson, , a dyer, 138

Wynglesdome Moor, Durham, 41

York field (battle of Towton), 77. See

Towton
York, city, founded, 3 ; parliament at, 42 ;
Edward IV. at, 77, 174; executions at,
79, 161, 179; heads of Yorkist lords ex-
posed on the city walls, 172
York, Edmund of Langley, duke of, 24
York, Philippa duchess of, widow of

Edward, second duke, 57

York, Richard, duke of, father of Edward

IV., 63, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 95, 97,

149, 151-2, 154, 168-171

York, abp. of (1426-51). See Kemp, John

York, Alex. Nevill, abp. of, t. Ric. II., 49,

50
York, Will. Booth, abp. of (1452-64), 162

Yowng, , parson of St. Bartholomew's

the Little, 126



ERRATA.



P. 159, 1. 1, for "Hem" read "hem."

P. 177, 1. 1, omit comma after " Boream " and supply it after "rediens."
P. 136, footnote ^. The reference shouhl be " See page 133, note V
P. 170, 1. 21, insert comma after "Richard" and omit comma after
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