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Irishman.
Ironmonger, see Walter le Yrmonger.
Ironside, Gilbert, 224.
Isabel of Dorchester, 49.
Isham, mrs., 217.
Isis, the, a coach, 272, 294, 297.
Isle of Wight, 282.
Islip (Witslepe), bridge at, 64.
Islip, see Gilbert de Ythslep.
Islip, Simon, abp. of Cant., iSi.
Isolda, 59.
Ivo le Mercer, 82.

— his daughter Isolda, 82.

Jackman, John, 204.

Jacob the Jew, his son Mosse, 11, 17,

32, 54-
Jacob of London, the Jew, S3.
Jacobs, or Jacob, William, book-keeper,

270, 284, 308.
Jamaica, 192.
James I, king, 224.



326



INDEX



James II, his coronation, 236.

James, dr. Thomas, warden of All

Souls, 201.
James, mr., 185.
James le Corvisair, 25.
Jane, dr. W., sub-dean of Ch. Ch., 1S3.
Jerusalem, Knights Hospitalers of, 4,

38, 45, 88.
Jesse, a coach guard, 276.
Jew, a, loses and recovers a valuable

cloak, 205.
Jews in Oxford, 4.
Jews and Jewesses, see

Aaron. Jacob Millegode.

Asser. Joceus. Mosse.

Benedict. Lumbard. Reyne,

Deliva. Lycoriet. Vives.

Elekin. Meyr.

Joan la Comore, 25.
Joan de Welles, 32.

— her father Hugh, 32.
Joceus, 40.

Johannes de Acetio, De ortegrapkia, MS.,

120.
John, king, 65, 76, 97.
John, son of Benedict, 50.
John, brother of Lawrence, 39.
John, son of Nigel, 66, 72.

— his wife Agnes, 72.
John le Ape, 24.
John de Ardern, 4, 55.
John le Barber, 56.
John de Bath, 23, 42.
John de Bedeford, 4, 39.

— his wife Beatrice, 39.
John of Boclond, 72.
John de Brampton, 86.

— his brother William, 86.

John de Brideport (Brudeport), rector

of Holywell, 58, 96.
John de Brouhton, 82.

— his wife Christina, 82.
John de ' Camera,' 89.

John the Chaplain, vicar of St. Peter in

the East, 94.
John de Cherhhnlle (Churchill ?), 20.
John de Chibenhurste, 63.
John the Clerk, 72.
John le Clothier ' Pennarius,' 84.
John de Coleshulle, 8, 33, 63.

— his son Nicholas, 63.
John the Cook (Cocus), 93.
John de Coxham, 12.
John of CristesChyrche, 28.
John le Cumbur, 60.

John de Cumton (Cumpton), 76, 93.
John le Cuperc, 4, 32, 51.
John de Curtlinton, 76, 91, 92.
John le Cuuer, 60.
John the Deaf, 69.
John de Delham, 107.



John de Dodeford, 78, 80, 86.
John le Enfaunt, 28,
John le Espicer (Specer), 5, 30, 85.
John de Esseburn (Ashbourne), 85.
John de Eu, alderman, 5, 6, 13, 14, 22,
41,43, 51, 85.

— his son Thomas, 41.

John de Eynesham, 79, 85, 94.
John de Farendon, 30, 46, 52, 54.
John de Fonte, of Gersindon, 63.
John le Forber (Furbur), 30, 88.
John le Gardiner, 65.
John de Godestowe, 13.
John the Goldsmith, 20.
John le Graunt, 48.

John de Haneketon (Hanekedon, Hene-
keton), 12, 14, 34, 37, 40, 42, 52, 53.

— his wife Edith, 40.
John del Hastinges, 28.
John de Hengeseye, 3, 44.
John de Leycestre, 53.

— his son Richard, 53.
John of London, 30, 42, 52.
John the Long, 7, 9.

John de Lysington, 41.

John de Marleberge, 93.

John the Marshal, 39, 60, 67, 77, 80.

— his daughter Alice, 77, 80.

John the Marshal, jun., and Agnes his
wife, 77.

— their daughter Agnes, 77.
John the Miller, 69, 71.
John le Mirie (Mire), 34, 43.

John de Mortimer (Mortuo Mari), 89.

— his son Nicholas, 89.
John de Oseneye, 87.
John of Oxford, 84, 96.
John de Perham, 61.
John the Plummer, 79, 86.

— his daughter Isolda, 86.

— his son Robert, 86.

John le Rede (Rufus), 77, 80.

Jt)hn de Riparia (or Ripariis), heir of

Thomas Basset, 65, 76.
John le Specer, see John le Espicer.
John de Stanton, 21.
John le Taillur, 24, 49.
John de Tame, 36, 49.
John the Tanner, 19, 48.
John le Teler, his son Roger, 18.
John le Vynor, 58.
John le Waleys", 48, 86.
John de Warewyke, 29.
John the Weaver, 8.
John le Wepere, 84, 88.
John de Wilte, 10.
John de Wortlie, 48.
John de Woton, 65, 76.

— his son William, 65.

— his wife Ela, 76.
John de Wytele, 57.



INDEX



327



Johnson, Elizabeth, monument of, 102.
Johnston, mr.. Sword cutler, 236 seqq.
Jones, dr., preb. of St. Paul's, 184.
Jones, mr., of Sunningwell, 182.
Jones, mrs., tailoress, of St. Clement's,

278.
Jones, Henry, son of dr. Jones, 1S5.
Jones, Henry, 277.
Jones, Tom, 277.
Jopes, Alicia, 22.
Jordan the Clothier, 19.
Jordan le Rus, and his wife Christina,

18.
Jordan the Tanner, 83.
Jordan, John, 15.
Jordan, Martin, 72.

Juggins, Robert, bailiff of Oxford, 229.
Juliana de Buckenhulle, 92.
Juliana de Lysinton, 40.
Juliana de Sancto Remigio, 71.
Juliana Wid [Wyth ?], 38.

— her father Laurence, 38.

Kardekil (Hardekil), Richard, 65, 67.

Kardon, Walter, 9.

Kearsly, G., account of Coronation cere-
mony, 242.

Keen, or King, — , bell-founder, of
Woodstock, 1 82.

Keeper, the Lord, 105.

Kenilworth, prior and convent of, 71, 75.

Kennington, see Walter de Keninton.

Kepeharm, Hugh, 20.

Kepeharm, John, 10, 11, 20, 21, 37, 45,

47. 48. 50, 54. 59-
Kepeharm (Kepherm), Laurence, 11.
Kepeharm, Petronilla, 18.
Kepeharm, William, 19, 25, 35.
Kidlington, see Robert de Cudelinton.
Killman, mr., of Sunningwell, 184.
Kine, William, his daughters, 21.
King, Anna, monument set up by, 102.
King, William (1279), 65, 67.
Kingesmulne, Headington, 68.
Kings of England, Saints, &c., their

pictures in windows of All Souls

Coll. chapel and librar)', 131-134.
Kingston, see Adam de Kyngeston,

Nicholas de Kyngeston, and Walter

de Kyngeston.
Kingston-Seamore, co. Somerset, 217,

21S.
Kirkdale, co. York, 187.
Kirtlington, see John de Curtlinton.
Knights Templars, see Templars.
Knith, Thomas, 95.

— his widow Alice, 95.
Knith [Knight], William, 41.
Knithurne, William, 81.
Knithwine, Richard, 94.

— his son Simon, 94.



Knoyle House, Salisbury, 247,
Knyft, see Alexander le Knyft.
Ko, see Robert le Ko.
Kurcy, see Curcy.
Kyngeston, see Kingston.

Lachford, see Lecheford.

Lakynge (Lokynge), see Peter de

Lakynge.
Lambert the Cordwainer, 35.
Lamburne, see Alice de Lamburne.
Lamplarier, see William le Lamplarier.
Lancaster, dr. William, provost of

Queen's Coll. , 169.
Lance, Mabel, 76.

— her daughter Joan, 76.
Lanfyre, mr., vicar of Binder, 217.

— his son, vicar of Binder, 217.
Langeford, see Beatrice de Langeford.
Langland, arms of, 130.

Langley, 297.

Lanpyre [Lamphire], dr. John, 224,
Lary, Nathaniel, 185.
Laud, William, archbp. of Canterbury,
193, 200.

— elected Chancellor, 137.
Laurence, 42.

— his mother Maud, 42.
Laurence and John, brothers, 39.
Laurence the Young, 38, 41.
Lea, the, 296.

Lea Line, the, accident near, 292.
Leamington, 283.

— accident to Leamington coach, 301.
Lecheford, see Walter de Lecheford.
Ledhale, see Richard de Ledhale.
Lee, arms of, 125.

Leg, John, 87.

— his widow Juliana, 87.

Leicester, see John de Leycestre, Philip
de Leycestre. a«rf\Valter de Leycestre.
Leng, John, B.B., sermon by, 166.
Leon, John, 45.

— his wife Alice, 45.
Letitia la Paumer, 20.

Levinz, dr. William, president of

St. John's Coll., 194.
Levitt, William, principal of Mngd.

Hall, 186.
Lewewys, Thomas, 47.
Leycestre, see Leicester.
Lichfield and Coventry, see of, 125, 130.
Light Oxford, the, a coach, 270.
Linches meadow, 65.
Lincoln, arms of the see, 105, 113, 114,

120, 125, 130.
Lincoln cathedral, 20S.
Lincoln, see Henry de Lincoln.
Linge, Elias, 43.
Liseurs, Henry, 38, 39.

— his father Henry, 38.



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328



INDEX



Lisewys (Lyeswys, Lustwys), Thomas,

34> 47. 60.
Lissington, see Lysingtoa.
Litsweyn, Philip, 78.
Littlemore (Lutlemore), 75.

— prioress of, tenements, &c. of, in
Oxford, 4, 6, 7, II, 17, 21, 26, 29, 34,

35-39. 41. 46, 52, 55, 98-
Liverpool, 288.

Lloyd, dr. John, principal of Jesus, 223.
Lloyd, Anna, monument of, 102.
Lloyd, Jane, inscription to, 103.
Lockhart, mr., 233, 242, 244, 245, 246,

248 seqq.
Lockinge, parson of, 201.
Loder and Gunner, of Oriel Lane, 297.
Lodere, Agnes, 8.
Lodere, see Emma la Lodere.
Lodge, — , innkeeper, 296.
Loggan, D., portrait engraved by, 179.

— views of (1674), 136.
Lokynge, see Peter de Lakynge.
Londe, John, 55.

— his father William, 55.
London, city of, 5, 37, 274, 2S5, 287,

290, 296.
Angel Inn, St. Clement's, Strand, 277.
arms of the City of, 118.
arms of the See of, 1 26.
Billingsgate market, 300.
Blackfriars bridge, 242.
Boar-and-Castle, Oxford Street, 273.
'Bolt-in-Tun,' Fleet Street, 272, 274-

276, 284, 294, 295.
Bow Church, 181.
British hotel, Jermyn Street, 241-243,

248.
British Museum, MSS. in, quoted,

(Add. 11,610) 100, 106-111, 126;

(Harl. 964) 100; (Harl. 6,365)

ICO, 103-106.
Bull and Mouth, the, 275, 276, 277,

284.
Bull hotel, Holbom, 273.
Carlton House, 243, 246, 249, 250,

252, 257.
Chancery Crown Office, 238, 240, 241.
City Remembrancer, see Tyrrell, mr.
Clerkenwell, house in, 212.
coach-proprietors in, running coaches

in opposition, 307.
coaches from Oxford to, see under

Coaches (267-308).
description of a journey from London

to Hereford, 284, 285.
Docks, the, 2 88.
Downing Street, 233, 235, 245.
Eaton i'lace, Pimlico, 249.
Fui nival Inn coffee house, 242, 24S.
George and Blue Boar, the, Holbom,

262, 273.



London, city of {continued) :

Gloucester coffee house, Oxford

Street, 298.
Gloucester Warehouse office, Oxford

Street, 301.
great fire in, the, 211.
Guildhall, the, 237, 241.
Hanover Square, 249, 251, 252, 257,

260.
Hatchett's hotel, 271.
Playmarket, livery stables in the, 236.
Henderson's hotel, 233.
Heralds College, 233, 236, 245, 247,

248, 250, 252, 255-258, 260, 261.
House of Commons, 286.
House of Lords, 234.
La Belle Sauvage, Ludgate Hill, 273,

274, 275-
London Gazette office, 235, 240, 244,

247, 249, 252.
Lord Mayor of, with 12 principal

Citizens, present at the Coronation

banquet, as Assistants to the Chief

Butler (1821), 229; and he receives

the gold cup as his fee, 229.
Mail coaches in, on ist of May, 279.
Mark's repository, in Gt. Portland

Place, 236, 239, 240.
Milke Church, arms in, iii.
Old Bell, Holbom, 271, 275.
Post Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand,

279; the Postmaster-General, 280.
Receiving house (Lost parcel office),

Strand, 295.
Royal Hotel, St. James's St., 254.
St. James's Palace, 328.
St. James's St., 234, 236.
St. Paul's Cathedral, 177.
St. Paul's Church-yard, 279.
Saracen's Head, Snow Hill, 273, 277.
Spread Eagle, Gracechurch St., 274,

276, 277.
'Thread-needle St.,' 281.
Westminster, 233, 236, 239, 240.
Westminster abbey, 210.
— the Deanery, arms of, 114.
Westminster School, 185.
White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly, 269,

289, 295.
London, see also Adam of London,

Henry of London, Jacob of London,

and John of London.
Londy, Adam, 4, 55, 92.
Long, see John the Long, Walter the

Long, and William the Long.
Long Compton Hill, accident there, 306.
Longland, John, bp. of Lincoln, arms

of, 120, 125.
Long worth, co. Berks, 1S4.
Lord Cre.Tt Cliamberlain, 234 seqq.
Lord High Steward, 237, 23S.



INDEX



329



Lorimer, Siward, 39.

Lovegent, Walter, 68.

Low, mr. , organist of Ch. Ch., 184.

Luches, see George de Luches, and

Robert de Luches.
Lucy, arms of, 117, 120, 121.
Lucy la Rede (Rufa, Ruffe), 22, 32, 34,

41.44.
Lucy la Sclere, 50.
Ludlow, Bill, porter, 273.
Lumbard the Jew, 87.
Lumenore, see Agnes de Lumenore.
Luminur, Reginald, his widow Contasa,

53.

Lustwys, see Lisewys.

Lycoriet of Winchester, his son, 16.

Lyeswys, see Lisewys.

Lyngedraper, see Elias le Lingedraper,

and Wymund le Lyngedraper.
Lyngesby, — , rector of St. Martin's, 105.
Lysington, see John de Lysington,

and Juliana de Lysinton.
Lyte, George, 223.
Lyte, Thomas, 218, 222.

Mabel de Smydeby, 58.

Maccelius De proprietate, MS., 119.

Mache, Henry, of Watele, 63.

Madan, F., a MS. in his possession, 140.

— editor of ' Consecration of Brasenose
College Chapel,' 158.

Magnet, the, a coach, 274, 307, 308.
Magrath, dr. J. R., provost of Queen's,

editor of ' Consecration of the Chapel

of Queen's College,' 180.
Mail, Coach, and Horses, 267 ; see also

Coaches.
Malet, capt., his Annals of the Road,

286.
Manchester, 288.
Manger, Geoffrey, 33, 34.
Manger, Thomas, 33-35, 37, 42.

— his father, 42.

Mannowers (Munowers) William (de),

14. 15-
Mans, Bill, 276.

Mapham, see Richard de Mepham.
Marcham, vicar of, 184.
Marescal, see Marshal.
Margaret, tenement of, 88.
Margery de Bloxam, 55.

— her father Miles, 55.

Margery de Burencester, 15, 17, 42.
Margery de Cotesdene, 57.
Marlborough, duke of, 279.
Marleberge, see John de Marleberge.
Marsh (or Mash), mr., 243, 253-259,261.
Marsh, see Hugh de Merse.
Marshal, see John the Marshal, Robert
le Mareschal,a«(f Walter the Marshal.
Marshall, — , coach proprietor, 307.



Marshall, dr. Thomas, rector of Lincoln

Coll., 221.
Marston (Merston), O.xon, inquisition

taken at (1279), 68-70.

— lands at (Budelcroft), 70.

— le Buriende in, 69.

— a mill there (Scitepilche), 69.

— William vicar of (1 279), 70.
Marston, see Petronilla de Merston,

Thomas de Merston, and William de

Merston.
Martin the ' Exemplar,' 59.
Martin le Rede, 82.
Martin, mr., 259.

Martin, Gregory, monument of, 102.
Martin, Henry, regicide, 206.
Martin, Hugh, 68.
Martindale, Frank, 274, 304.
Martyn, Thomas, curate of Sunningwell,

184.
Martyrs,archbp.Cranmer and bp. Ridley,

213.
Mash (or Marsh), mr., 243,253-259, 261.
Mason (Mazun), see Mazon.
Masters, mr., curate of Stanton Har-

court, 216.
Masters, Joseph, 276, 285.
Mather, John, 276.
Matilda, see Maud.
Matthew de Bikesthorp, 71.
Matthew the Smith, 98.
Matthew de Tackele, 76, 92.
Maud, empress, her gift to the Abbot

of Oseney, 70.
Maud (Matilda), tenement of, 88.
Maud de Ely, 30.
Maud de Hordle, 39.
Maud the Tanner, 19.
Maud-under-the-Wall, 32.
Maurice the Irishman, 79.
Maxentius, emperor, 207.
Maynard, Robert, 40.
Mayo, arms of, 125.
Mayo, Richard, bp. of Hereford, arms

of, 129.
Mazelyn, John, 25, 38.
Mazeppa, the coach, well lighted, 292.

— see also under Coaches.

' Mazeppa ' patent for a dry seat during

rain, 305.
Mazon, see Reginald le Mazun, Stephen

le Mazun, and Walter le Mazon.
Meaw, bp., see Mewes, Peter.
Medward, see William le Medward.
Meers, Thomas, 217.
Mepham, see Richard de Mepham.
Mercer, Alice, 33.

Mercer, Robert, his son Geoffrey, 33.
Mercer, see Adelard le Mercer, Alice la

Mercere, Geoffrey le Mercer, Ivo le

Mercer, aitd Robert le Mercer.



330



INDEX



Merchant, see Munfell the Merchant.

Meriton, see Hugh de Meriton.

Merse [Marsh-Gibbon?], see Hugh de

Merse.
Merston, see Marston.
Merton, prior of, 42-44, 52.

— tenements, &c. of, in Oxford, 6, 27,

35, 37-
Merton, see Walter de Merton.
Mewes (Meaw or Mewe), dr. Peter, bp.

of Bath and Wells, 23, 24, 194, 195.
Meyr the Jew, his son Benedict, 10.
Michael the Miller, 60.
Michael de Spana, 11, 15.
Middleton, see Adam de Middleton,

and Hugh de Middleton.
Miles (Milo\ his daughter Alice, 43.
Milicent the Widow, 84.
Millegode the Jewess, 47.
Miller, see

John the Miller. Philip the M.

Michael the M. Robert the M.

Nicholas the M. William the M.

Osmund the M.
Milton hill, 296.
Milton, see Hugh de Milton.
Mimekan, Peter, ancestor of Philip, 66.
Mimekan, Philip, 74.

— his land at Headington, 66, 67.

— his mother Eleanor, 67.
Minshion, Christopher, bedel, 192.
Mirie (Mire), John (le), 34.
Mixebire, 126.

Mocke, Roger, 38.

Molynes, arms of, 1 20.

Molyneux, lord Henry Howard, Deputy
Earl Marshal, 235.

Mompesson, George, monument of, 107.

Monarch, the, a coach, 276.

Monk, — , a coachman, 271, 276.

Monmouth, coach proprietor at (Whit-
ing), 307-

Monmouth, duke of, and his associates,
212.

Montagu, arms of, 118.

Montegod, John, 83.

Montfort, Simon de, 209.

Monthermer, ii8.

Moore, mr., of Basing Lane, Cheapside,
234 seqq.

More (Northmoor), see Robert de la
More, and William de la More.

Morgan, mr., of Exeter Coll., 216.

— his brother col. Morgan, 195, 216.
Morgan, sir Richard, 184.
Morgan, William, 184.

Morgan, capt. William, 223.
Morison, dr., Botanic lecturer, 191.
Morley, mr., nephew to the Bp. of Win-
chester, 185.
Morley, dr. John, dean of Ch, Ch., 184.



Mortimer (de Mortuo Mari), see John de

Mortimer.
Morton, John, archbp. of Canterbnrjv

arms of, ill.
Mosse (Mossey\ son of Jacob the Jew,

his tenement in St. Aldate's, 11, 17.
Motte, William, 93.
Mottishey [near Garsington ?], 73.
Moubrey, Walter, 21.
Mouner, see Nicholas le Mouner.
Mountain, Tom, 277.
Mountfort, arms of, 112.
Moystin, mr., son of sir Roger, 185.
Munday, John, 185.
Munday, sir Thomas, 251,
Mundevill, arms of, 125, 126, 128, 129.
Munfell the merchant, 29.
Munowers, see Mannowers.
Muntein, see William de Mimtein.
Muriel, Thomas, 44.
Muro, Galfridus sub, see Geoffrey-under-

the-Wall.
Murphy, John, 274, 276, 308.
Myngothe, Robert, tenement of, 7.

Napier, arms of, no.

Narborough, adm. sir John, 184.

Naylor, sir George, 229, 233, 245-261.

Nel, Robert, de Pir, 63.

Nele, 122, 123.

Nelson, mrs. S., 307.

Netley (Neteleye, Nyteleye), abbot of,

4. 54-
Neville, arms of, 115, 117.
Neville, George, bp. of Exeter, 212.

— arms of, 116.
Newberry, mr., 185.
Newburgh, arms of, 1 18.
Newbury, 290, 301.

— Pelican hotel at, 282, 283.

Newe, Thomas, of Exeter Coll., goes
to Carolina, 216.

— his letters from Barbados, 216.

— his father, butler of Exeter, 216.
New Jersey, 216.

Newling, dr. Robert, 217.

Newport, mr., lord Newport's son, 185.

Newtown, 283.

Nicholas le Chapeleyn, his son Nicholas,

the Goldsmith, 23.
Nicholas de ColeshuUe, 3, 8, 12, 13, 27,

33, 36, 40, 48, 63-

— his son Thomas, 63.

Nicholas the Cowman ^Vaccarius), 68.
Nicholas de Crekclade, 50.
Nicholas le Cuuer, 80.

— his widow Alice, 80.

Nicholas de Gersindon, 36, 57, 76, 79,

82.
Nicholas the Goldsmith, 14, 18, 23, 37,

51, 52-



INDEX



331



Nicholas de Kyngeston, 5, it, 13, 14,

24. 33-37. 40.42, 56-

— his wife Lucy, n, 13, 14, 35, 42.

— his father John, 33.

— his son Adam, 42.
Nicholas the Miller, 39.
Nicholas le Mouner, 44.

Nicholas le Parmenter, 3, 1 2, 41 , 54, 84.

— his wife Alice, 41.
Nicholas le Specere, 84.

— his daughter Margaret, 84.
Nicholas de Stokwelle (Stocville), 12,

16, 34, 37. 40. 42-

— his father Richard, 34.
Nicholas de Weston, 9.
Nicholas de Worton, 93.
Nigel, his son John, 66.
Nixon, Charles, 185.
Noble, see Thomas le Noble.
Norden, mr., 185.

Norfolk, duke of (1821), Chief Butler of

England, 229.
Northampton, coach to, 272.
Northampton, Roger of, 84.
Northleach, 274, 281, 287, 294.
Northumberland, earl of, 126.
Norwich, arms of the see, iii, 125.

— bishops of, 58, 108.
Notary, see Robert the Notary.
Notley, Black, 100,

Nottingham (Notingham), see Ralph de

Notingham.
Notting Hill, Southam, 301.
Novelty, the coach, 276.
Noyf, Roger, 7, 19.
Nyteleye, see Netley.

Ode, Henry, 5, 50.
Odo the Fisherman, 32.
Oglander, madam, 279.
Oglethorpe, arms of, 125.
Oilli, see Robert de Oilli.
Oldbarton, see Barton, Old.
Oldham, arms of, 131,
Oldham (Ouldame), Hugh, 217.
Oliver le Seynter, 17.

— his son Philip, 13.

Orliens, see Roger de Orliens, and

Thomas de Orliens.
Osbert the Cobbler (Sudor), 84.
Oseney, meadows near, 97, 98.
Oseney abbey, loi.

— arms in the windows, 120.
Oseney, abbot and convent of, their

tenements in Oxford, 3, 8, 13-16, 19,
20, 22, 23, 27, 28, 34-38, 40, 43-46,
49. 52, 54. 62, 70, 74, 77, 78, So, 81,
84-88, 93, 96.
Oseney, see also John de Oseney, Richard
de Oseney, Walter de Osney, and
William de Oseney.



Osmund the Miller, 83.

— his son Adam, 83.
Ouldame, see Oldham.
Outrake, William, 77.

— his son William, 77.

Oven, Julius, monument of, 107.

Over, the Dog inn at, 291.

Overton, arms of, 130.

Overton, see Richard de Overton.

Owen, Alice, 21.

Oweyn, Celena, 29.

Oweyn (Owen, Owayn), Henry, 8, 9,
14, 20, 26-28, 32, 33, 35, 36, 38-40,
42, 43. 47. 48, 51. 52, 54. 63, 80, 98.

— his father Robert, 40.

— his daughter Alice, 21.
Oweyn, Robert, 42, 55.

Oxford, bishops of, see Bancroft, John ;
Blandford, dr. W. ; and Corbet,
Richard.

— bishop of (c. 1835), 279.

— archdeacon of (c. 1279), 24, 7r.

— canons of Ch. Ch., 183.

— Cathedral, the, rare painted glass in.



Oxford, County of, the Hundred rolls,
Chancery series (1279), 3-98.

— Jurors of, 66.

Oxford, University of, 65, 86, 159, 178,
209.

— arms of, 118, 133.

— tenements and rents of, 6, 7, 22, 26,
29. 52. 56, 59> 78, 85, 94.

— the noblest in Europe, 179.

— Proctors, the, 78.

— University sermon at St. Mary's, and

the preacher, 296.

OXFORD, City of i—
Mayor of, 105.

— claims to serve as Assistant Butler
at the Coronation banquet, 230.

— bill of costs from the Mayor's
agent in London at the Coronation
(1821), 227-263.

Mayor of, and Deputation, 233 seqq.

— their Court dress and swords, 233
seqq.

Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs, and Cham-
berlains, the, 102.
Bailiffs of, 18, 49, 50.

— each receives a maple cup as his
fee at the Coronation, 229.

Burgesses of, 3, 4.

City Solicitor (182 1), 233 seqq.

Town Clerk, in London, betore and

during the Coronation (1821), 241

seqq.



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OXFORD, City of {continuecT) :

Account of Oxford, by Tho. Basker-
ville, c. 1670-1700; 175-225.

Description of, from the Hundred
Rolls, Chancery series (1279), 3-98.

its fame, and origin of its name, 179.

certificate of admission to the free-
dom of the City (facsimile), 263.

City seals and arms, 258, 260.

Coaching in and out of Oxford (1820-

40). 265^309-
fee farm of, 3-5.
fishermen of (1279), 69.
Gates, East and North, 101.
journey to London and back in a

day (1828), 278.
jurors of, 3.

Oxford Almanac, 1679; ^19'
Roundheads, the, prisoners at Oxford,

100.
Royalist Army in, 100.
Tailors of, versus Coachmen, 280.

Alfred's Head inn, 269.
All Saints parish (1279), 14-18.
All Saints (Alhallowes), church of,
loi, 136, 140.

— inscriptions, monuments and arms
in, 105, 106.

All Souls College, account of (1684),
199-204.

— friends of Tho. Baskerville at
(1684), 201.

— the Mallard night at, 201-203 ;
song at the ceremony, 202.

— chapel of, the brazen eagle in, 131.

— hall of, 133, 201.

— library of, arms in, 133.

Founder's picture in, 133.

pictures of Saints and Kings in

the windows, 134.

— sundial at, 200.
Alms-house near Ch. Ch.. 183.
Angel inn, 270-272, 274, 276-278,

282, 286, 290, 294, 297, 304, 308.

— coaches before the Angel, 269.
Balliol College, 206.

— Master of (1483), 109.

— benefactors to, 212.

— chapel of, account of, 207, 208.

— halls near (Hart, Saucer, Mar-
garet's, New Balliol, Old Balliol,
and St. Hugh), 20S, 212.

— library of, 100.

arms in the windows, 116.

■ manuscripts in, 119.

— Act supi)er at, 213.

— friends of Tho. Baskerville at, 213.
Beaumont, Northgate hundred, 75.
Beaumont Street and Beaumont Build-
ings, 280, 2S1.



OXFORD, City of (continued) :
Bell inn, 293, 294.
Bishop's Eyt (Bissopeseite), 82, 90,

91.
Bodleian Library, 166.

— MS. Rawl. D. Sio in, 177.
Botanic Garden, account of, 187-191.

— yew trees in, and verses on them,
188-190.

Brasennose, house so called, 29.
Brasenose College, no, 177.

— short account of, 217.

— Chapel, the; the first, now the
Senior Common Room ; the pre-
sent chapel built c. 1656; the ceil-
ing taken from St. Mary's college,
now Frewin Hall, 158.

— Consecration of the chapel (1666),
157-164; note by the editor,
F. Madan, 158.

— Dedication of the chapel and
cloister, 161, 162 ; the Sermon,
163.

Broad Gate Hall, see Pembroke

College.
Brummanes-welle, 96.
Bullingdon, rolls of the Hundred of,

(1279), 63-68,70, 76.
Bullingdon green, 281.
Buricroft, Oseney, 97.
Canterbury College, built by archbp.

Islip, 181.
Carfax, 3-5, 101, 103, 180.
Cat Street, 28, 29.
Cherwell (Charewelle, Charwylle),

the, 45, 66, 69, 179, 186, 187.

— meadows near, called 'Refa' and
' Cotmanemede,' 65.

Chimer's Hall, 212.

Christ Church, formerly called King's

College, 181 ; made a Bishop's seat

(1546), 181.

— Dean and Chapter of, ill.

— Canons, Students and Chaplains
of (1683), 183.

— aqueduct erected in (17th cent.),
181.

— brewers and bakers of, 182.

— elms near, 181.

— hall, the, 181.

— — porch and staircase to, 181.

— kitchen, the, 181.

— library, the, 181.

— note concerning musicians in, 179.

— Tom Tower, 181.

the famous bell in, 182; songs

on Great Tom, 1S2, 183.

Churches in, 180.

Church inscriptions and monuments
in, with coats of amis, 1643-4 5 ^ °°
seqq.



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OXFORD, City of {continued) :
College histories cited, 177.



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