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Bowyer, M., ii., 9
Boy, — , I., 321; ii., 299
Boyce, E., i., 121-2, 146; ii., 19-20,

43, 56
Boyes, E. (See E. Boyce)
Boyes, Mrs T., 142, 160; ii., 36
Boynton, M., i., 299; ii., 291
Boys, Mrs T. (See Mrs T. Boyes)
Boyse, — . (See E. Boyce)
Bradford (Wiltshire), i., 148; ii., 41-2
Bradford, W., i., 2, 7, 8, 10, 137, 140,

141, 152, 164, 171, 230-1, 290,292,

359-60, 362-4
Bradshaw, — , i., 188, 189
Bradshaw, W., i., 33, 232, 287-8, 290,

310
Braithwait, — , ii., 134
Brandery, of J. Canne, i., 181
Braunson, J., ii., 304
Bray, E., i., 142; ii., 36
Brayne, E., i., 25
Bredwell, S., i., 102, 110, 113, 115,

117-8, 185
Brereton, W., i., 179-80
Brewer, T., i., 202-3, 274
Brewster, W., i., 191, 292, 357, 364
Bridewell , i . , 80 , 87 , 122 , 125 , 153 ; ii . ,

11, 13, 39, 110
Bridgwell, J., ii., 321
Briel, ii., 267, 281

Briggs, J., I., 244, 246; n., 178, 200

Brill. (See Briel)

Bristoe, D. (See D. Bristow)

Bristol, I., 181

Bristow, D., i., 142, 146, 200; ii., 36,

41, 137
British Museum, i., 22-3, 42, 49, 51,

65, 120, 137, 149
British Weekly, i., 165
Britten, W., i., 378
Brodebridge, G., i., 51-2; ii., 2
Brodewater, H., i., 146, 148; ii., 24,

38
Broge, Col., ii., 278
Broke, T., i., 51; n., 2
Bromell, W., i., 123



Bromhead, A., i., 236, 244-6; n.,

172-8, 200
Bromhead, H., i., 236, 244-5; n.,

172-8, 199
Brook, B., I., 7; location of his MSS.,

7
Brooks, — , n., 285
Brown, J., i., 15-6
Brown, — , i., 84-5

Brown, — , i., 326; ii., 301

Browne, Alex., i., 178, 300-3; ii.,
272

Browne, Alice, i., 108, 110

Browne, Ant., i., 113

Browne, C, i., 132, 145; n., 22

Browne, E., i., xiii

Browne, J., i., 113

Browne, M., ii., 11

Browne, Rich., i., 313; n., 294

Browne, R., i., viii, xiii, 18-25, 28, 34,
65, 69, 73, 76, 84, 93-120, 127, 129-
30, 134, 137, 155, 187, 198, 284-5,
360, 365, 371; ii., 51-2, 140

Brownings, i., 84-5

Brownists, i., 23, 26, 30-3, 37, 41, 68-9,
84, 96, 97, 101-2, 109-10, 113, 120,
122, 127, 130-31, 142, 150, 152, 158,
163, 164, 168-71, 178-200, 201-5,
207, 221, 232, 238-9, 250, 255, 274,
281, 296-7, 301, 304-5, 308-11, 329,
348, 361-2, 368, 371 ; n., 19-20, 24,
27-79, 82, 109-26, 167-8, 172, 260,
270-6, 283, 309-10, 319, 327

Broxtowe Hall, i., xi

Bruges, i., 353

Brumley, J., i., 205

Brute, — , II., 86

Bryghte, G., i., 123, 154

Brystow, — , ii., 92

Bryty, G. (See G. Bryghte)

Bucer, J., i., 132; ii., 22

Bucke, D. , I., 124, 141-3, 145-6, 184-5,
282-3; n., 34, 40, 52

Buckinghamshire, i., 274

Bucklough, Earl of, ii., 278

Bugden, i., 194

Bugenhagius, i., 69

Buggburte, E., n., 10

Bull, J., II., 304

Bullinger, H., i., 55-7, 75, 79-80, 87,
89, 180; II., 274

Bulwarde, R., i., 169; ii., 134

Burch, M., n., 304

Burdbye, E., ii., 10

Burdbye, Mrs E., ii., 10

Burgess, W. H., i., x-xiii, 370, 376;
n., 172-3, 177-8, 187

Burghley, Lord. (See W. Cecil)

Burnet, G., i., 26, 50, 352

Burrage, C, i., 16-7, 20-1, 77, 94-6,
368



Index



335



Burre, E., i., 88; ii., 11, 18
Burris, E. (See E. Burre)
Burroughe, E., i., 121-2, 132 ; ii., 20,

22
Burrowghe, E. (See E. Burroughe)
Burry, E. (See E. Burroughe)
Burt, W., I., 132; ii., 22
Burton, E., ii., 309-10
Burton upon Trent, i., 217
Bury St Edmunds, i., 100, 299; ii.,

291
Busch, n., 277-8
Buser, J. (See J. Bueer)
Busher, L., i., ix, 32, 33, 224, 243-4,

276-80, 331; ii., 22, 257-9
Butler, S., ii., 309-10
Buttler, E., ii., 287
Buttolphe, W., n., 309
Bye, E., i., 204; ii., 320-1
Byllet, A. (See A, Billet)
Bylson, — . (See — Bilson)
Byshoppe, E., i., 377
Bywater, U., i., 245; ii., 200

Cadwell, E., n., 303

Cadwell, J., n., 303

Caesar, — , n., 56

Caine, T., i., 191; ii., 309-10

Caine, Mrs. T., n., 309

Calamy, E., i., 339

Calvin, J., i., 56, 63, 69, 74, 76, 180;

n., 273
Cambridge, i., 225-7; ii., 26, 41, 56,

127, 323
Cambridge, gaol of, i., 87, 95, 96, 194
Cambridge University, i., 137
Cambridge University Library, i., 24,

42
Camden Society, i., 17, 84
Campen, i., 156-7, 159, 221-2
Can, — . (See J. Canne)
Canada, i., 24, 154; ii., 125, 135
Canadine, T., i., 132, 245; ii., 23,

134, 178, 199
Cann, — . (See J. Canne)
Canne, J., i., 30, 173, 175, 178-9,

181-2, 201, 294, 321; ii., 273, 301,

305, 307
Cannon, E., ii., 309-10
Cannon, Mrs. E., ii., 309
Canon Law, i., 91
Carden, T., i., 72
Carleton, D., i., 184, 297; ii., 24,

264-70, 287
Carpenter, A., ii., 134
Carr, E., n., 304
Carter, E., i., 196
Cartwright, T., i., 28, 93, 95, 100,

108, 112-4, 116, 120, 137, 139,

144, 232, 284, 309, 363; n., 26.

52, 133



Carye, A., n., 11

Castalio, S., i., 63

Castel, — , n., 134

Castor (near Yarmouth), ii., 309

Catabaptism (definition of), i. , 56

Catabaptists, i., 26-7, 55-6, 127

Catechism, i., 47, 107, 119

Cater, F. L, i., xiii, 17, 94, 113

Catharine, Queen, u., 7

Catholics. (See Eoman Catholicism)

Cattope, J., II., 304

Cecil, W. (Lord Burghley), i., viii, 22,
25, 101, 151 ; II., 65-6, 93-6

Cecil, Gen., ii., 289

Chamberlain, J., i., 184; ii., 24

Chancellor of Loudon, i., 128

Chancery Lane, i., 206

Chandler, A., i., 108

Chandler, J., i., 108, 121-3, 154;
II., 20

Chapel-ceremony, i., 195

Chapel-clerk, i., 195

Chapel House, i., 196

Charles I, i., 38-9, 210, 264, 295,
297, 308, 353; n., 264-9, 284, 301,
307, 321

Charles II, i., 353, 355

Charlestown, i., 362, 364

Chatham, i., 147, 187

Chatsham. (See Chattisham)
Chatterton, — , ii. , 54
Chattisham, i., 187-9
Chaundler, A., i., 123

Chaundler, E., ii., 40, 52

Chaundler, J. (See J. Chandler)

Cheapside, i., 205; n., 31-2, 34

Checker Alley, i., 205

Cheriton (Kent), i., 320

Chester, i., 328

Chetham Library, Manchester, i., 25,

159
Chetham Society, i., 179-80, 328
Cheryatt, — , i., 146; ri., 43
Chick Lane, i., 206
Chidderton, — , i., 52; ii., 5
Chidley, D. (the elder), i., 321; ii.,299
Chillenden, E., i., 204
Chilton (Suffolk), i., 299; ii., 291
Chitwood, Mrs., i., 326; ii., 300
Cholmley, W., i., 283
Christian, J. T., i., 16, 216
"Christian Life", i., 290
Church, — , I., 70, 78
Churches, beyond seas, i., 78
Church buildings, parish, i., 104
Church Covenant. (See Covenants)
Church Covenant Idea, i., 21
Church individualism, i., 104
Church of England, i., 28, 33-4, 37,
39, 47, 48, 53, 66. 69-71, 73, 78-9,
81-4, 86-7, 92-4, 96-7, 101-2, 104,



336



Index



108, 114-5, 118, 120, 123-4, 126-30,
134, 138, 150, 151, 161, 164, 171-5,
177, 180-3, 186-8, 192, 194, 200-1,
208, 254, 267, 290, 293-4, 305-6,
310, 324; (its baptism) 329, 331;
(in New England) 358-9, 361, 363,
367-8; II., 21, 44, 68-9, 99-100,
143, 165, 169-70, 218-9, 249, 269,
273, 275-6, 305-6, 314

Church of Scotland, i., 40, 111; ii.,
269

Church organization : of Continental
Anabaptists, i., 68; of a Congrega-
tional Church, 69; of Browne's
congregation, 98-9, 101, 116; of
F. Johnson's congregation, 133,
141-2, 144-5

Church polity i., 93, 102, 105

Church unity i., 104

Civil Magistrates. (See Magistrates)

Civil Wars, i., 42, 208, 280, 369

CI., G. (See G. Cleaton)

CI., H. (See H. Clapham)

Claesz., C, i., 249; ii., 213

Clakston, A., i., 132; ii., 22

Clapham, H., i., 31, 156-8, 194-200,
215, 223

Clarendon, Lord. (See E. Hyde)

Clark, H. W., i., x

Clark, J. S., i., 11

Clarke, H., i., 7

Clarke, J. (See J. Clerke)

Clarke, J., i., 366

Clarke, E., ii., 134

Clarke, W. (See W. Clerke)

Clarke, — , n., 278

Clarkson, L., i., 352

Classes, i., 37, 93; n., 270-1, 277-90

Cleaton, G., i., 158; ii., 135

Cleaver, J., i., 204

Cleaver, M., i., 204; n., 322

Cleaver, K., i., 33, 268-9

Clephamson, — , i., 162

Clerke, J., i., 130, 132, 146; ii., 23,
38

Clerke, W., i., 123-4, 132, 146; n.,
23, 33, 45

Cleypam, H. (See H. Clapham)

Clifton, J., II., 135

Clifton, K., I., 162, 167, 170, 231,
232, 240, 243, 290, 293

Clink Prison (Southwark), i., 122,
128, 132, 154, 157, 160, 195, 200,
282, 284,322; ii., 110, 165, 296,
306

Clyfton, E. (See E. Clifton)

Cobbet, T., i., 263, 370

Cockshot, W., I., 19

Cocky, T., n., 135

Colchester, i., 192-3, 205, 318, 369;
n., 299



Cole, — , of Faversham, i., 51-2;
n., 1, 3

Cole, — , of Maidstone, i., 52; n., 3, 5

Cole, S., II., 18

Coleman Street, London, ii., 328-9

Colgrave, E., ii., 304

Colman, C, ii., 12

Collection (Taking of the collection in
a Barrowist congi-egation, termed a
"Voluntary"), i. , 158

CoUegiants. (See Eynsburgers)

Collier, G., i., 121-2, 132, 143, 146;
II., 19, 22, 44, 51, 135

CoUingham, W., ii., 9

Collins, W., I., 142, 144-5, 183; ii.,
36, 49

Colyer, A., ii., 135

Commissioners. (See Ecclesiastical
Commissioners)

Common Prayer. (See Book of
Common Prayer)

Commonwealth, Churches of the, i.,
13; Eeligious Societies of, by
E. Barclay, 13-4; 41; 208; 365

Communion, i., 11, 72, 89, 120, 127,
171-2, 174

Conant, H. C, i., 9

Conduit, Great, i., 72

Confessions of Faith, i., 49; by E.
Woodman, 53; 54; 57; of Ulrich
ZwingU, 61; 74; 76; 78; of
Barrowists, 153; 154; 163; of early
Anabaptists, ix-xi, 32, 244-8, 251,
273, 351, 355; of H. Jacob's church,
315 ; of J. Penry with his Apology,
150 ; II., 65, 79-93 ; Harmony of , 143 ;
of J. Smyth, 178-80; of T. Helwys
and followers, 182-4 ; of J. Smyth's
congregation in 38 articles, 187-200,
205, 209, 212 ; by E. Overton, 216-8 ;
by 7 Anabaptist churches in London,
304-5

" Confutation of the errors of the
careles " , i. , 62-3

Congregational Churches, i., 69, 84,
90, 92, 93, 95, 98, 115 ; in the Church
of England, 96, 104-5. (See also
Independents and Puritans)

Congregational Historical Society
(Transactions of), i., 17, 21, 81,
94, 100, 133, 151, 183, 186, 189,
205

Congregationalism. (See Congrega-
tionalists)

Congregationalists. (See also Inde-
pendents and Puritans), i., 7-9,
11, 12, 14-5, 17-8, 28, 33-4, 37, 63,
93, 95-6, 116, 149, 154, 170, 281,
295, 357-68

Congregational Library, Bos ton(Mass.),
I., 25



Index



337



Congregational Library, London, i.,

7, 25, 228
Constable, W., i., 299; n., 291
Conventiclers, i., 26, 50-3, 88, 121,

123, 125, 129; ii., 1-6
Conventicles, i,, 89, 100, 122, 158
Cooche, E., I., 27, 57-60, 63; n., 7-8
Cook, P., I., 9
Cooke, J., I., 204; ii., 322
Cooke, K., clothier of Booking, i., 52;

n., 4-5
Cooke, E. (See E. Cooche)
Cooke, — , I., 133
Copcoat, J., n., 127, 132
Cornelison, Ant., i., 332
Cornhill (London), i., 322; ii., 322
Cornwell, i., 146
Coste, — , I., 71
Cotsford, T., I., 61
Cotton, J., I., 150, 176, 182,289, 358-

65; II., 260-4
Couche, E. (See E. Cooche)
Counter. (See Poultry Counter)
Counters (Prisons), n., 110
Court of High Commission. (See

Ecclesiastical Commissioners)
Covenants, i., 2, 29, 35, 44, 47, 70,

73, 75, 77, 91-2, 97-8, 123-5, 138-

41, 172, 174-5, 2;{0, 239-40, 261,

288-90, 296, 300-4, :!11, 314, 321,

333, 361; n., lo-5, 45, 104, 220-1,

271-3, 301-3, 307
Coventry, i., 71, 147, 217, 229, 273;

n., 25, 233
Coverdale, M., ii., 7
Cowlake, P., n., 323
Cow Lane, i., 145, 147
Cowper, — , n., 41, 44, 55
Cox, Bishop, I., 89
Cr. — . (See — Crud)
Cradock, — , i., 326; ii., 300
Crane. N., i., 82-3, 86, 121-3, 153,

184; II., 19, 44, 46
Crane, E., i,, 299; ii., 291
Crane, Sir E., i., 299; n., 291
Crauford, i., 311
Cranford, J., i., 132; ii., 23
Cranford, T., i., 180; ii., 272
Creak, H., n., 304
Creak, M., n., 304
Creak, W., n., 304
Creighton, M., i., 248-9
"Crichurche", i., 145, 147; ii. 48,

52, 54
Crippen, T. G., i., 1, 17, 65, 104, 133,

228
Crosby, T., i., 3-5, 7-8, 32, 53-4, 256,

263, 333, 338-41, 343-5, 347-50,

355-6, 369; ii., 219
Croson, .J., ii., 304
Crotendine, A., i., 196



Crow, — , I., 322; n,, 296

Croydon, ii., 260

Crud, — , I., 1-59, 184; ii.. 135

Crumpe, — , i., 203

Curland, W., i., 146, 148; ii., 24, 43

Cuyp, T., II., 2.58

Da[..], H., n., 309

Daintry (Daventry?), n., 26

Dalamore, J., i., 146; n., 47

Dale, A. W. W., i., 18

Dale, E. W., i., 12, 18, 20, 28, 80, 82,

90-2, 108-9, 284
Dale, P., n., 147
Dale, — , n., 49, 55
Daomunt, T., n., 304
Darball, W., i., 146
Darker, H., n., 304
Daubin, M., i., 142; ii., 36
Davenport, J., i., 296, 304, 306-10,

360, 364; ii., 278-85, 298
" Davidianes ", i., 59
Davis, 0. S., I., 16
Davy, J., n., 18

Daye, — , i., 301; n., 272, 276-7
Dayrell, J., i., 120, 232
Debonham, J., i., 132, 1-54, 187-8;

II., 22
Debnam. (See Debenham)
Dedham Classis, i., 18
D'ecluse, J. (See J. de I'Ecluse)
Deering, E., i., 311
De Fyne, P., i., 332
Delamar, A., i., 322; ii., 300, 319
De I'Ecluse, J., i., 109, 168-9, 173-9,

181; n., 135
Delft, I., 278-9, 296, 300, 303-4; n.,

257-9, 273, 284-5, 288, 290
Denford, W., i., 123, 132, 146, 153;

n. 22, 44
Denham, G., n., 304
Denison, S., ii., 303
Dennis, W., i., 153
Dentforde, W. (See W. Denford)
Denmark, i., 64
Denne, E., i., 322; n. 317-8
Densbrugh. (See Doesborgh)
Denys (Helwys) T., i., xiii
Depositions, i., 70-2, 119, 12-3-8, 130-1,

141-2, 145, 147; ii., 1-4, 27-61
Deptford, i., 145-6; ii., 48, 50, 52-4
Deptford Strand, i., 148; ii., 40, 52
Derby, ii., 58
De Eies, H., i., 245, 249, 250, 272-3;

II., 187, 205, 213-4, 226, 233, 239,

241, 248
De Eijp (North Holland) n., 215
Derikson, A., i., 278-9; ii., 257-9
De Eingh, Y., n., 205, 207
D'Ewes, S., I., 152
Dexter, H. M., i., 1, 14-6, 18, 20,



B. II.



338



Index



30, 32-3, 97-8, 116, 120, 130-1, 137,

154, 169, 178, 232, 237, 263, 267,

281, 284, 291, 328, 358
Dexter, M., i., 18, 272, 290
Dibdin, T. F., i., 56
Dickens, B. (See B. Dickenson)
Dickens, M. (See M. Dickenson)
Dickenson, B., i., 244-5; n., 178,

199
Dickenson, M., i., 244-5; ii., 178, 199
Dickons, C, ii., 135
Dickons, G., i., 377; ii., 135
Dicks, G., I., 327
Dictionary of National Biography, i.,

ix, 53, 115, 319
Digbey, — , n., 300
Diggins, C, i., 119, 142, 146, 192-3;

ii„ 38
Digson, T., I., 142; n., 36
Dingthie, G. (See G. Bryghte)
Dipping. (See Immersion)
Dirks, G., n., 208
Discipline, i., 74-6, 92-3, 103, 111,

139, 144
Dissenters, i., 2, 7, 13, 35, 37, 40
Dixon, E. W., i., 51, 79-80, 83-4
Dod, H., I., 322; n., 296, 311, 316
Dod, J., I., 33, 151, 152, 229, 268-9,

313; II., 293, 312
Dodshoe, W. (See W. Dodson)
Dodson, W., I., 132; n., 23
Doedesz., D., n., 205, 213
Doesborgh, i., 76; n., 277
Doesborough. (See Doesborgh)
Dolphin, T., i., 244-5; n., 178, 200
Donatus, i., 198
Dorcaster, N., i., 77
Dorchester, i., 362, 364
Dorset, General Baptists in, i,, 356;

Earl of, n., 314
Dort, n., 277

Dove, J., I., 125; ii., 28-9
Dovercourt, i., 191
Dowie, A., I., 55
Downton, i., 355
Doyle, J. A., i., 11
Drake, S. G., i., 11
Drake, — (? See also T. Drakes), i.,

298; II., 277-8
Drakes, T., i., xiv, 191 ; ii., 138, 140-5
Drew, J., I., 243, 250; n., 257
Drewet, T., i., 153
Dr Williams's Library, i., 7, 24, 25,

191, 340
Dry, I., 319; n., 299
Dry, — , I., 326; n., 300
Dublm, I., 354
Duckinfield, i., 328
"Ducking over head and ears", i.,

334; n., 303
Duck lane, i., 145-6



Dunckle, A., n., 305

Dunckle, J., ii., 305

Dunkley, A., i., 327

Dunny, G., i., 206

Dupper, — , I., 321; ii., 299, 301

Durham, i., 162

Dutch Anabaptists, i., 351-2

Dutch church in London, i., 64

Dutch Classis, i., 181, (Amsterdam)

296-8, 307-9; ii. 270-1, 278, 280,

282
Dutch Synod (North Holland), i., 296
Dyer, J., ii., 323
Dyer, T., i., 321; ii., 299
Dyke, D., i., 339
Dynestake, R., i., 51; n., 2

Eames, S., i., 335; n., 303

Eaton, I., 184

Eaton, E., i., 328

Eaton, S. (Separatist), i., 34, 322,
324, 326, 328-30; n., 299, 300, 302,
311, 313-4, 317, 325-7

Eaton, S. (Independent), i., 328

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, i., 80,
128, 129, 204, 205, 276, 308, 320-2,
324, 326-7, 329, 367-8; n., 24, 282,
297, 300, 311-22

Edinburgh, i., 151

Edward IV, i., 155

Edward VI, i., 38, 70, 71, 352, 355;
n., 7, 99

Edwardes, J., n., 10

Edwards, J., u., 55, 57-8

Edwards, M., i., 5

Edwards, T., i., 352

Egerton, — , n., 44, 47

Egge, J., I., 322; ii., 318

Eglins, J. (See J. Eglise)

Eglise, J., I., 52; n., 5

Eiles, W., n., 135

Elbrough, J., i., 298-9; n., 289-90

Eldred, — , i., 326; n., 300

Ehzabeth, Queen, i., 38-9, 85, 90-1,
93, 126, 150, 155, 210, 351-2; n.,
54, 63, 66, 68, 78-80, 84-95, 99,
103, 104, 105, 106, 113-20, 123,
125-6, 128-9, 132, 267, 274

EUerby, W., i., 71

Elliot, M., n., 324

Ellis, J., I., 204; n., 32-5, 324

EUis, E., n., 304

Elsynge, H., i., 179-80; n., 273

EUwes, T. (See T. Helwys)

Elwes, T. (See T. Helwys)

Emden, Dutch church at, i., 76, 168,
170

Emery, T., i., 146; n., 43

Emmes, S. (See S. Eames)

Emmanuel College Library , Cambridge,
I., 25



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339



Encyclopaedia Britannica, i., ix

Endford, T., i., 132; ii., 23

English Classis in the Netherlands, i.,
296-7, 299; n., 270-1, 277-8, 290

English Congregations on the Con-
tinent, I., 295-310

English Preachers in Netherlands
(1633): to Kegiments, n., 276; to
Merchant Adventurers, n., 276; to
Garrisons, n., 277-8; in Towns,
u., 277-8

English service, i., 70-1

Ennis, M., ii., 309

Ensner, T., i., 187-9

Epicures, i., 62

Esecoote, E., n., 11

Essex, I., 51, 191, 205; n.,3,5-6, 313

Euring, W., i., 31, 191-2; n., 138,
309-10

Euring, Mrs W., n., 309

Evance, A., i., 88; n., 18

Evanes, J., i., 88; n., 10

Evans, B., i,, xiii, 12, 250, 274-5;
n., 178, 181-2, 185, 187-8, 200, 203,
205, 207-9, 211, 213, 216, 222, 229,
233, 239, 241, 243, 248

Evans, M., i., 327

Excommunications, i., xiii, 80, 83,
143-4, 156, 174; n., 51, 61, 328-30

Eyethorn, i., 26, 274

Eyneworth, T. (See T. Endford)

F., I. (See J. Frith)

Fairlambe, P., i., 142, 159, 192; n.,

36
Familists. (See Family of Love)
Family of Love (English), i., 23, 31,

41, 150, 209-14, 257, 268, 308, 365;

n., 283, 319
Fansom, J., i., 346
Farland, P. (See P. Fairlambe)
Farrat, T. (See T. Farret)
Farre, E., i., 313; ii., 294
Farrer, M., i., 153
Farret, T., i., 148, 196; n., 24
Faversham, i., 26, 50-1; ii., 1-6
Fawkener, E., n., 11
Fawsley, n., 25
Featley, Dr D., ii., 300
Felt, J, B., I., 10-1
Fenner, J., i., 327; ii., 300
Fenner, — , i., 274
Fennye, — , ii., 26
Fenwicke, J., i., 257-8
Feme, J., i., 322, 826; n., 296, 299,

817-8
Ferrarius, P., i., 320
Ferrers, T., i., 138-9, 155
Fifth Monarchy, work relating to, by

J. Toppe, I., 33; views in New

England, 366



Finch Lane, i., 148

Finsbury, i., 184; n., 24

Firsby, ii., 277

Fish, S., I., 42

Fishburn, D., ii., 303

Fishburn, G., ri., 303

Fisher, — , i., 203

Fissher, J., i., 132; ii., 22

Fitz, R., I., 24, 28, 80-3, 86-94, 116,

132; n., 13-8
Flaman, — , ii., 290
Flanteclex (Cornwall), n., 42
Fleet Lane, i., 206
Fleet Prison, i., 132, 154, 205; n., 47,

110
Fleet Street, i., 145-6
Fleming, A., i., 244-5; n., 178, 199
Flemings, ii., 202
Fletcher, J., i., 9
Flower, J., i., 321; n., 299
Flower, — , i., 20, 22
Floyer, J., i., 348

Flushing, i., 139; n., 267, 277, 293
Forbes, J., i., 296-9, 300-1, 304; ii.,

270, 272, 274, 276-7, 285, 288-9
Forester, J., i., 132; n., 22, 39, 49
Forester, W., i., 132; ii., 22
Forshall, W. (See W. Forstall)
Forstall, W., i., 51; n,, 1-2
Fort (? Toppe), J., i., 275-6
Fortree, — , i., 298; ii., 277-8
Foster Lane, i. , 146
Foule, T., I., 71
Fouller, W. (See W. Fowler)
Fountain, — , i., 266
Fountaine, — , i., 266; n., 222
Fowey, i., 146; n., 59
Fowhey. (See Fowey)
Fowler, G., i., 88-9, 92
Fowler, J., i., 168-9; n., 135
Fowler, W., i., 132; n., 23
Fox, — , 1., 141, 145; n., 36
Foxe, A., II., 18
Foxe, C, n., 18

Foxe, J., I., 53, 70, 73, 352, 355
France, i., 64; n., 163
Fmnciscans, i., 41, 97, 149, 168
Franckfort. (See Frankfort on the

Main)
Francys, J. (See J. Fraunces)
Frank, R., ii., 135
Frankfort on the Main, i., 73-4, 76,

111, 116, 130, 180; II., 273
Fraunces, J., i., 123, 132; ii., 22
Freake, E. (Bishop), i., 147; ii., 60
Freeman, T., i., 121, 132; ii., 20, 22
Frees, I. (See I. Frize)
French congregation in Frankfort,

I., 74
Frere, W. H., i., 79, 86
Freewillers, i., xii, 252

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Friends. (See Quakers)
Friesland, n., 205, 210-11
Frisians, i., xii ; n., 202
Frith, J., I., 46
Frize, I., i., 146; n., 24, 43
Frogg, — , I., 70-1
Fryelers. (See Freewillers)
Fuller, S., i., 364
Fuller, T., i., 36, 352-3

Gainsborough, i., 202, 229, 230, 231,

234, 258
Gairdner, J., i., 84
Gambell, G. (See 0. Gamble)
Gamble, C, i., 121-2, 125, 127; ii.,

20, 27-81
Gardener, — , ii., 38
Gardiner, S., n., 113
Gardiner, S. K., i., 322; ii., 311
Gasquoine, T., i., 151
Gatehouse, i., 85, 147, 153, 176, 200,

322; n., 46, 110, 136, 296
Gates, E., n., 12
Gelderland, i., 299; n., 291
Gell, A., I., 327
Geneva, i., 56, 76
Genevan Discipline, i., 144
Genevan Order, i., 79, 84, 87
George, D. (See D, Joris)
Germany, i., 64, 69
Gerritsz'., L., i., 245, 249; ii., 187,

203, 205, 208, 211, 213-4
Gibs, — , I., 313; n., 294
Giffard, G., i., 133-4
Gilbarte, E. (See E. Gilbert)
Gilbert, E., i., 146, 148; n., 24, 43
Giles, W., I., 146; n., 43
Gilgate, W., u., 135
Gillis, T., I., 200
Gittens, — , n., 63
Gittredenberge, u., 277
Gloucester, i., 186
Glover, — , i,, 326; n., 300
Goare, T., n., 305
Goat Alley, i., 205
Godfathers, i., 76
Godley, H. (J. Penry's father-in-law),

n., 58
Godmothers, i., 76
Goffe, S., I., 297; n., 274, 276, 278-82,

284-5
Golddinge, M., n., 9
Golding, — , I,, 326; n., 301
Goldinge, S., n., 10
Goldorpius, — , n., 279
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge,

I., 53, 162
Goodall, H., I., 313; n., 294
Goodman, Dr, Dean of Westminster,

n., 49, 55-6
Goodwins, A., ii., 309



Goodyer, — , i., 298; n., 274, 277-8

Gorchum (Gorcum), n., 277, 287

Gordon, A., i., xii

Gorichom. (See Gorchum)

Goring, A., i., 327

Goringe, H., n., 49

Goslin, A., I., 204; n., 320

Gosnold, H., i., 206

Gould, Rev. G., i., 11-2, 336, 341,
345, 347, 356; n., 292

Gould, G. P., I., 337

Gould Collection, i., 256

Gould Manuscript, i., 16-7, 34, 177,
182, 184, 201, 256, 266, 291-2, 312,
330, 332, 336-56; n., 292-308

Grafton, E., i., 322, 325; ii., 296, 298,
301, 319, 322

Graine, J., ii., 26

Granger, W., i., 322; n., 296, 311,
318

Grantham, T., i., 260, 353

Graunt, J., i., 257

Grave, E., i., 142, 146; ir., 36, 38,
54, 61

Gray, Lady J., i., 69

Graye, — (Captain), n., 57

Gray's Inn Lane, i., 124, 146, 148

Great Budsworth (Cheshire), i., 328

Great Yarmouth, i., 190-1; Indepen-
dent Congregational church at, 191 ;
Separatists at, n. , 309-10

Green, J., i., 377

Greene, F., n., 323

Greene, P., n., 323

Greene, W., i., 148, 196; ii., 24

Greene, — , i., 207; n., 304

Greene, — , ii., 135

Greenway, M., i., 326; n,, 299

Greenwood, J., i., 21, 28-9, 39, 61,
65, 108-9, 120-3, 128-9, 131-4, 136,
140-4, 148-9, 152, 155, 157, 194,
196, 284, 314, 323; n., 20, 23, 36,
41-2, 44, 46, 50, 52-3, 57-9, 105,
114, 115, 173-4

Greenwood, — , i., 179

Grenelande, W. , i., 52; ii., 3

Grenne, W., n., 11

Grenne, Mrs. W., ii., 11

Grey, J., i., 51; ii., 1

Gribbins, — , i., 298; n., 277-8

Griffin, R. (See R. Griffith)

Griffith, R., i., 121-3; n., 20

Grim, — (Wesel), i., 301; n., 272,
277 (?)

Grindal, E., i., 79-84, 86-7, 93, 123;
n., 12-3, 19

Grindall, J., i., 244-5; n., 178, 199

Grindall, M., i., 244; ii., 178, 199

Grindall, S., i., 243, 250, 275; n.,
248, 257

Gualter, J. (See J. Gwalter)



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Gualther, R., i., 58, 89; u., 7
Guernsey, i., 100; n., 163
Guides, i., 99
Gunn, T., i., 204; n., 305
Gurney, J. F., i., 18
Gwalter, J., i., 133, 153
Gyles, E., i., 205
Gylte, E., n., 11

H. (See Harwich)

H. H., I., 256-7, 342, 352; ii.,

219
H., I. (See J. Hall)
H., P., I., 203
H., E., n., 147
Haggar, H., i., 257
Hague, The, n., 277, 283, 285, 287
Hale, E., n., 53
Hales, — , n., 135
Hall, A., II., 18

Hall, J., I., xii, 226, 231, 238, 241
Haarlem, i., 224
Halton, G., i., 377
Halton, J., I., 244; n., 178
Halton, S., i., 244-5; n., 178, 199
Haman, M., n., 304
Hamand, D., i., 246; n., 199
Hamburg, English Merchants at, i.,

299; II., 290
Hammerton, W., i., 236; n., 172-7
Hammond, Mrs, i., 325; n., 299
Hampton, i. , 200
Hampton Court, i., 354
Hanbury, B., i., 8, 20, 115, 151, 178
Hancock, J., i., 201, 223
Hancock, T., i., 201; n., 306
Hancoke, T., n., 10
Hankin, E., i., 244-5; ii., 178, 199
Hanserd Knollys Society, i., 9, 181
Hardy, J., i., 244-5; n., 178, 199
Hares, G., n., 18
Harlingen, n., 205
Harries, J., n., 57
Han-is, J., i., 323; ii., 297
Hanis, T., i., 323; ii., 297
Harris, W., i., 323; ii., 297
Harrison, — , i., 108
Harrison, E., i., 96, 99, 100-2, 105-15,

155, 159
Harrison, W., i., 108
Harte, H., i., 51-2



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