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Harvard University Librarj', i., 25
Harvey, Mrs., i., 323; ii., 297
Harvy, — , i., 204; ii., 320
Harwich, i., 191
Harysone, T., ii., 10
Hassellwode, K., n., 11
Hassellwoode, A., n., 10
Hastings, J., i., ix
Hatmaker, — , i., 326; ii., 299
Haverenn, N., ii., 38



Havericke, I., n., 18

Hawkes, A., n., 11

Hawkesworth, R., ii., 12

Hawkins, J., i., 206

Hawkins, E., i., 80-1; ii., 12, 34

Hawton, W. (See W. Hutton)

Hayden, J., n., 124

Eayes, L., i., 133

Hayward, E. (See E. Haywood)

Haywood, E., i., 132; n., 23

Hazerswoude, n., 202

Heas, Mother, n., 135

Heath, E., n., 305

Helwys, G., i., xi, 256

Helwys, T., i., x-xi, xiii, 24, 32-3,
215, 229, 236-7, 241-4, 246-7, 251-7,
271, 276, 278, 280, 369; n., 167-8,
181-7, 215, 219

Helwys, Mrs. T. (See J. Ashmore)

Hendriksen, A., ii., 208

Henry VIH, i., 38, 45, 352

Henson, T., i., 109

Herbert, W., i., 64

Herbert, — , Col., n., 276

Heresiography, by E. Pagitt, i., 348

Hewet, T., i., 147, 154; ii., 39, 53

Higginson, J., i., 359

Higgs, G., I., 307; n., 285

High Commissioners. (See Ecclesias-
tical Commissioners)

Hildersham, A., i., 1-50, 229

Hill, E., n., 18

Hinck, T., i., 83; n., 12

Hinton, Mrs., n. , 135

Hobson, P., ri., 304-5

Hodgkin, A., i., 244, 246; ii., 178,
200, 257

Hodgkin, J., i., 258

Hogston, I., 85; ii., 10, 54

Holder, J., i., 200; n., 135

Holder, W., i., 158, 200; n., 135,
137

Holland, i., 107-8, 154-7, 163-4, 172,
177-80, 183, 18.5-7, 192, 195-7, 231,
236, 240, 292, 295, 299, 304, 306,
312,318,321,331,359,369; ii.,166,
203, 233, 270, 293, 301

Holland, A., ii., 319

Hollimau, — . (See — Holyman)

Holtore, C, ii., 11

Holyman, — , i. , 365

Homes, A., i., 142; ii., 36

Homline, H., ii., 135

Hooker, E., i., 116

Hooker, T. . i., 296, 304, 309-10, 360,
362; II., 274-6

Hoom. II., 208

Hopton, 0., II., 44

Horn, Bishop, i., 89

Horselydown, i., 70

Houghton, J., I., 246; ii., 200



342



Index



Houlder, W. (See W. Holder)
Houndsditch, i., 207
House of Commons, i., 255
House, P. (See P. Howes)
House, S. (See S. Howes)
House of Lords, Library of, i. 24,

204
Howat, E. or H., i., 205
How, Samuel. (See S. Howe)
Howe, Samuel, i., viii, 201, 321-2;

n., 296, 301, 305-7, 317, 327-30
Howes, P., I., 322; n., 296, 311, 315,

317
Howes, S., 1., 322, 325; n., 296, 299
Howland, — , i., 204; ii., 320

Howse, P. (See P. Howes)

Howse, S. (See S. Howes)

Howton, W. (See W. Hutton)

Hubbard, — , i., 201, 321 ; n., 305-7

Hubbert, — . (See — Hubbard)

Hubert, T., i., 326; n., 299

Huckes, J., I., 147-8; n., 24

Hulkes, J. (See J. Huckes)

Humphrey, L., i., 79-81

Hunt, — , I., 187-90

Hunter, A., n., 288

Hunter, J., i., 9-10

Huntley, I., n., 135

Hurst, E., n., 323

Husden, n., 277

Hutchinson, Edw., i., 353

Huthinson, Eliz., n., 304

Hutchinson, — , n., 59

Huth Library, i., 49

Hutton, C, I., 193, 243; n., 135

Hutton, W., I., 132, 146, 153; n., 22,
50

Hyde, E., i., 353

Hynckesman, W., n., 12

Lumersion, i., xiii, 16, 35, 43, 47-8,
59, 315, 330-4, 348, 366, 378-9;
II., 303

Imposition of hands. (See Laying on
of hands)

Independent Puritans. (See Puritans,
Independents, and Congregational-
ists)

Independents. (See also Congrega-
tionalists and Puritans), i., 3, 8, 9,
26, 28; in Great Yarmouth not re-
lated to the Brownist congi-egation
there, 31, 33, 37, 41, 75, 116 ; 171-2 ;
174-5; 191; 281-326, 328, 357-68;
n., 260-308

Inner Chancery, i., 122

Inner Temple, London, Library of, i.,
25

loope, I. (See J. Joope)

Ipswich, I., 189

Ireland, i., 164, 187, 201; n., 306



Ireland, James. (See J. Irelande)
Ireland, Joan, n., 18
Ireland, John, i., 322; n., 316
Irelande, James, i., 80, 88; n., 10,

12
Ireton, — , ii,, 58
Isaac, — , II., 135
Islington, i., 118, 145, 196
Ivimey, J., i., 6-8, 46-7, 53-4

Jackman, M., i., 354

Jackson, A., i., 121-2; n., 19-20

Jackson, K., i., 123, 132, 142, 153;

II., 22, 29, 36, 135
Jacob, H., I., 24, 33, 34, 70, 75, 171-4,

177, 185, 191, 281-7, 290-2, 299-

301, 310, 313-20, 322, 331, 357,

360-1; n., 146-66, 271, 292-6,

299 302
Jacob,' S., I., 322; n., 300, 311, 316
"Jacobites", i., 176, 300, 303, 357;

n., 271
Jacobopolis, i., 319-20
James I, i., 38-9, 112, 203, 210, 217,

230, 254, 264, 267, 276, 283, 285,

320, 349, 354; n., 145-7, 150, 161-2,

164-6, 169, 215-6, 265-6, 274, 293,

295 305
James VI (Scotland), ii., 128
James, E., i., 232, 234
James, — , n., 322
Jameson, J. F., i., 11
Jamestown, i., 320
January, H., i., 319; n., 299
Jansz., M., n., 214
Janszoon, W., n., 207-8
Japworth, J., i., 204; n., 322
Je., Jo., I., 186
Jegon, J., I., 66; n., 170
Jehoshaphat, i., 91
Jenkins, L., n., 135
Jennings, W., i., 326; n., 299
Jermine, Dr, i., 195
Jerrow, J., i., 321; n., 299
Jersey, i., 100; ii., 163
Jessey, H., i., 3, 182, 266, 291, 325-7,

330, 338, 351 ; n., 292, 301-2
Jessey Records or Memoranda, i., 16,

177-8, 184, 291, 306, 312-5, 318-9,

322, 324-5, 345-6, 351; n., 292-

302
Jessop, Edm., i., xii-xiii, 194, 212,

215, 266-7
Jessop, Eliz., n., 304
Jessop, T., I., 245; n., 199
Jewel, J., I., 64; n., 7
Jewell, M., n., 26
Joan of Kent (see J. Bocher), i., 41,

352
Johnes, A., i., 133
Johnes, F., i., 142; ii., 36



Iiwlex



343



John Ey lands Library, Manchester, i.,
25

Johnson, E., i., 206

Johnson, F., i., 17, 24, 29-30, 32, 70,
73-4, 97, 119-20, 127, 136-49, 153-
64, 167-71, 173, 183-7, 190, 195,
197, 200, 222, 226, 229, 232, 240,
250, 282, 293, 314, 323, 360; n., 32,
36, 43-4, 46, 48, 50-1, 53, 56, 59,
61, 65, 135, 138-40

Johnson, Mrs. F., i., 160-1; ii., 135

Johnson, G.,i., 25, 30, 73-4, 111, 115,
143, 145, 147, 151,156-62, 172, 183,
185, 187-8, 222, 250; n., 35, 45-6,
50, 135

Johnson, Jacob, i., 168; n., 134

Johnson, John, ii., 135

Johnson, Mrs Tomison. (See Mrs F.
Johnson)

Johnson, — , i., 275

Johnsone, John, n., 10

Johnsonians. (See Franciscans)

Jonas, J., I., 47

Jones, F., i., 326-7; ii., 296, 298

Jones, M., ii., 11

Jones, S., I., 322, 324, 327; ii., 298,
301, 311, 314-6

Jones, T., n., 12

Joope, J., I., xiii, 196

Joppe, J. (See J. Toppe)

Joris, D., I., 54-5

Juda, L., 1., 55-7

Jiilich, I., 68

Kan, — . (See J. Canne)

Reach, B., i., 3, 339, 354

Kennet, R., i., 206

Kent, I., 51, 200, 202, 203, 274; ii.,

296
Kenton, M., i., 319; ii., 299
Kettering, ii., 26
Keymer, W., i., 337, 341-2, 345-7
Keynsham, ii., 47
Kiftin, W., I., 3, 327, 332, 339, 346;

n., 302, 305
KilEn Manuscript, i., 16, 312, 325-7,

330-3, 345-7, 349, 351; ii., 302-5
Kilcop, T., II., 303, 305
King, E., n., 304
King, S., II., 304
King, Dr (Bishop of London), ii.,

312-22
Kinge, A., n., 23

Kinge, J., i., 52, 88; ii., 5-6, 10, 18
Kinge, R., n., 12
King's Bench, i., 71; n., 300
King's Head, i., 70, 72
Kingston-upon-Thames, ii., 25
Knifton, G., i., 119-20, 132, 142, 144,

147, 156, 159, 188-9; n., 23, 36, 39,

48, 50-1, 135



Knivetou, G. (See G. Knifton)

Knollys, H., i., 202

Knowles, J., ii., 11

Knox, J., I., 62-3

Koefoot, G., I., 250; ii., 213

Kyneworth, T. (See T. Endford)

Kynge, J. (See J. Kinge)

Laberton, — , i., 325; ii., 299

Laberton, Mrs., i., 325; ii., 299

Lacy, E., i., 121; ii., 19

Lacye, A., n., 10, 12

Ladd, M., n., 309-10

Laish, T., n., 324

Lambe, T., i., 205

Lambert, J., n., 289

Lambert, — , ii., 86

Lambeth, i., 66, 322; ii., 314-5

Lambeth Palace Library, i., 23-4, 114,

159, 167, 211, 236, 284
Lancashire, i., 162, 195
Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian

Society, i., 162
Lane, W., i., 132, 1-54; ii., 23
Langi'ide, M., ii., 304
Langton, E., n., 12
Langtone, E. (Aldgate), n., 9
Langtone, E. ("Swethen Lane "), ii.,

10
Lankaster, J., i., 132; ii., 23
Lannams. (See Lenham)
Lathorp, J. (See J. Lathrop)
Lathrop, J., i., 177, 201, 306, 320-2,

325-7, 329; ii., 296, 298-9, 301-2,

311, 313, 316-7
Latimer, H., n., 86
Latroppe, J. (See J. Lathrop)
Laud, W., I., 39, 204, 218, 280, 295,

302, 308; ii., 282, 300-1, 312-5,

319, 321-2, 325
Laurence, — , n., 291
Lawne, C, i., 96, 168-9, 193, 222,

244; II., 135
Lawrence, H., i., 353
Laying on of hands, i., 103, 157, 198,

301, 316; II., 159, 272
League and Covenant, i., 201
Leanordes, E. (See E. Leonardes)
Leaver, — , i., 76
Le Brun, E., r., 100
Lee, F., i., 205
Lee, N., i., 132, 142-5, 172, 174. 184-5,

314, 323; n., 22, 36, 39, 40-1, 48,

50, 52-4, 58-60, 135
Lee, Mrs. N.. i., 142; ii., 36
Lee, T., i., 142, 184-5; n., 36
Lees, S., n., 304
Leeuwarden, ii., 203, 205, 209
Legate brothers, i., 123
Legate, B., i., 67, 216; ii., 171
Legate, T., i., 123, 216



344



Index



Legate, W., i., 216

Legatine-Arians. {See Seekers)

Leicester, i., 225

Leicester, Earl of, ii., 267

Leicestershire, i., 147

Leigh, C, II., 135

Leighton, A., ii., 290

Lemar, T., i., 132, 200, 222; ii., 22,
296

Lemar (Delamar), Mr, i., 322; ii.,
296

Le Mare, T. (See T. Lemar)

Lemarism, i., 200

Lenham, i., 52; ii., 5-6

Lenox Library, New York, i., 25

Lenthall, J., i., 204; n., 306

Leonardes, E., i., 88; n., 10, 18

Leonards, J., i., 88; n., 10, 12, 18

Lever, — , i., 81, 83

Levistone, Col., n., 289

Lewes, — , i., 145; n., 51

Lewis, J., n., 324

Lewis, J., I., 4-5, 338, 347

Ley, I., 72

Leyden, i., 174-5, 179, 191, 210, 225,
232, 291-4, 298, 318, 332, 357, 361,
368; II., 202, 274, 278, 280-2, 285,
293

Leyden Classis, ii., 278

Leye, N. (See N. Lee)

Liberty of Conscience, i., 280

Licenses to preach, i., 79, 95

Lichfield, i., 71, 147, 217, 220

Limbo (New Prison), ii., 110

Limehouse, i., 70

Lincoln, i., 231, 273, 275; ii., 233,
243, 248; (Bishop of) 260

Lincoln Diocese, i., 230

Lincolnshire, i., 289

Linel, E., i., 325; n., 299

Linel, Mrs., i., 325; ii., 299

LingNvood, J., ii., 324

Liste, Viscount, ii., 288

Litany, i., 74

Livesey, — , i., 147; n., 42

Llanteglos (Cornwall), i., 146; ii.,
59

Locker, M., ii., 303

Locker, R., ii., 303

Lofton, G. A., I., 16, 26, 56, 328,
339

Lollards, i., 352

London, i., 27, 54, 68, 70-2, 79, 84,
90, 100, 113-4, 118-9, 121, 125,
130, 137, 141, 145, 147-9, 151,
153-4, 156-7, 159, 164, 171-2,
174-5, 182-5, 187-90, 192-3, 195,
200-1, 203-4, 205, 207, 216, 225,
270, 273, 311, 313-4, 317, 319,
321, 333-4, 354, 369; ii., 26, 55,
58, 233, 274, 293, 302, 306, 323



Lord, — , II., 26

Lord's Prayer. (See Prayer)

Lord's Supper, i., 47, 77, 85, 90, 127,
143, 173

Love, — , I., 128; ii., 30

Love Lane, i., 206

Lovel, Mrs, L, 326; ii., 300

Low Countries, i., 155-6, 195, 231,
282; II., 59, 163; (English Con-
gregations in) 270-2 ; (English
preachers in) 276-8; 281; 303

" Loykenistes " , i., 59

Lucar, Mabel, ii., 304

Lucar, Mark, i., 322, 326, 366; ii.,
296, 299, 302, 304, 316

" Luciferians ", i., 62

Ludburte (Lydforde?), T., n., 9

Ludburye, ii., 11

Ludgate, i., 146, 148; n,, 39, 44

Lukar, M. (See M. Lucar)

Luker, M. (See M. Lucar)

Lutheran ideas, i., 69

Lutso, M., n., 213

Lydforde (Ludburte?), T., ii., 12

Lydley, J., i., 52; ii., 5

Lynsey, R., i., 51; ii., 2

Lyttellcoate, A., n., 10

M., J., 1., 261
Mabbatt, J., u., 305
Mackennal, A., i., 17
Madan, F., i., 186, 188
Magistrates, i., 57, 66, 75, 100-1,

103-5, 118-9, 138, 156, 286; ii., 63,

100, 106, 113-6, 122, 123-4, 145,

164
Maidstone, i., 52, 202, 203, 274;

11., 5
Mainprise, M., n., 304
Male, — , II., 300-1
Maltusse, R., i., 132; ii., 23
Manchester, ii., 25
Maner, Mother (? See also Margaret

Maynerd), i., 153
Manichees, i., 65
Manners, G., i., 442; ii., 36
Manning, J., n., 304
Mansfield, R., u., 135
Man wood, J., i., 205
Marburg on the Lahn, i., 50, 76
March, Widow, ii„ 309-10
Marian Exiles, i., 27, 68, 73, 78, 111,

115, 130
Marian Martyrs' Church in London,

I., 70-3; II., 110
Marler, — , i., 205
Marriage, i., 127, 144; ii., 31
Marriage Covenant, i., 110
Marsden, J. B., i., 10
Marshal, G., ii., 135
Marshall, W., i., 142, 147; ii., 36, 39



Index



345



Marshalsea, i., 71; ii., 5, 110

Marshe, E., i., 133

Marten, G., i., 142; ii., 36, 136

Martin, Sir H., ii., 314-6

Martin, H., i., 121-2,201, 222-4, 244;

n., 19-20
Martin, J., i., 202-3
Martin, N., n., 304
Martin Marprelate, i., x, 14, 120, 131,

150; n., 25-6, 132
Martyr, P., i., 74
Mary, Queen, i., 38, 53, 68-71, 76,

78-9, 84, 97, 138, 145, 149, 180,

355; n., 99, 110, 273
Mason, E., i., 147; n., 40
Mason, W., i., 142, 147-8; n., 24,36,

40, 52
Massachusetts Bay, i., 358, 366
Massachusetts Historical Society, i.,

7, 10; Library of, 25
Mather, C, i., 2, 359
Matthew, N., n., 304
Matthijsz., H., n., 205, 209, 213
Maunsel, R., i., 171, 313, 317-18; ii.,

293
Maurice, M., i., 246; ii., 200
May, H., i., 109, 173, 175, 181; ii.,

136
May, M., ii., 136
Mayer, M., u., 18
Maynerd, M., i., 121-3; n., 20
McGlothlin, W. J., i. ix-x, 245; ii.,

187-8
Meetings, private, i., 79-80, 83, 100-1,

119, 121, 125-6
Melborne, E., i., 322; ii., 296, 299,

318
Melborne, J., i., 322, 326; ii., 296,

299, 318
Melville, A., ii., 131
Memorial Hall, London, i.. Ill, 113,

118
Mennonite Church (Amsterdam), n.,

205
Mennonites, i., 13, 24, 222-3, 237,

242, 246, 251, 270-1, 274, 280,

334
Mercer, S., i., 190; n., 136
Merchant Adventurers, i., 137-8; at

Middelburg, 140, 290; at Delft, ii.,

288; at Hamburg, 290
Merchants of the Staple, i., 137, 140
Merriman, P., i., 143; n., 136
Mexico (Bay of), ii., 125
Michell, T., i., 132, 145, 222-5; n.,

22, 36, 136
Mickle-bound, M., i., 152, 187
Micklefield, T,, i., 147-8; ii., 24, 41
Middelburg, i., 73, 97, 100-1, 107-11,

114-5, 137-41, 155, 159. 197, 282-3,

290, 298, 313; ii., 274, 277, 286



Middleton, H., i., 51-3; n., 3

Mihilfield, T. (See T. Micklefield)

Milborne, M., i., 322, 326; n., 316

Milburn, E. (See E. Melborne)

Milburn, J. (See J. Melborne)

Millenary Petition, i., 283; n., 146-8

Miller, B., i., 355

Millett, J., n., 55

Millisson, M., ii., 303

Minories, i., 85, 206

Mitchell, T. (See T. Michell)

Monasteries, i., 157

Moneman, C. (See C. Moneyman)

Moneyman, C, i., 108

Montford, ii., 289

Moore, E., i., 142; ii., 36

Moravia, i., 64

More, J., I., 96

More, S., i., 201; ii., 306, 308

Morecrafte, R., i., 80, 82; ii., 10

Morecrafte, Mrs. R., ii., 10

More Lane, i., 206

Morgan, Abell, i., 355

Morgan, C, ii., 290

Morgan, Gen., ri., 276

Moritz, M., I., 275

Morres, L., i., 51; ri., 1

Morton, Jane, i., 280

Morton, John. (See J. Murton)

Morton, Mr and Mrs, i., 321; n.,
299

Morton, N., i., 2, 230-1

Moulsey, n., 25

Mountjoy Place, i., 85

Miiller, Prof, at Amsterdam, i., 13;
II., 178, 200, 203, 209, 211, 216,
222, 229, 233, 239, 241, 243, 248

Miinster, i., 64; ii., 202

MuUins, — , II., 59

Munden, T., ii., 303, 305

Munneman, C. (See C. Moneyman)

Munter, J., i., 249; ii., 213

Murton, J., i., viii-xi, 24, 31-2, 193,
215-6, 241, 243-4, 246, 251, 256-62,
264-6, 268, 270-3, 821, 369-70; ii.,
184-7, 222, 224, 225-6, 233, 241

Murton, — , i., 258

Musculus, I., 74

Mutton, C, I., 64

Myiler, J., i., 153

Myller, — , n., .35-6

Myxer, — . (See — Myxsto)

Myxsto, — , I., 52; n., 5-«

N., H. (See H. Niclaes)
Naarden, i., 156-7, 159, 222
Nag's Head Tavern, ii., 328-9
Naked Runners of Amsterdam, n.,

202
Naunton, R., ii., 127-30
Nayshe, J., ii., 12

22—5



346



Index



Nea], D., i., 2, 4, 8, 82, 292, 312

Neale, J., i., 225

Neale, M., i., 225

Neave, M., ii., 309-10

Neile, E., i., 217

Netherlands. (See Low Countries)

Neustadt, i., 203

Nevill, J. or G., i., 244-5; ii., 178,

199
Newcastle, i., 56
New England, i., 6, 9-11, 18, 140,

304, 328, 331, 357; n., 298;

Puritan churches of, did not take

church polity from Pilgrim Fathers,

1., 34, 357-66 ; Church of England in,

1., 177, 358-9, 363
Newcastle upon Tyne, i., 258
Newgate market, ii., 39, 49
Newgate Prison, i., 71, 123, 133, 147,

153, 257, 326; ii., 39, 46-7, 110,

325
Newington (Surrey), i., 204; n., 320
Newman, H., ii., 25
New Plymouth. (See Plymouth)
New Prison, i., 322; ii., 296, 315
Newport, E.I., i., 35, 366
Nicholas, H. (See H. Niclaes)
Nicholas, J., i., 132, 142, 144-5, 147,

200; II., 23, 32-3, 36, 46, 136-7
Nicholas, N., ii., 46
Nicholas, W., i., 2
Nichols, W., I., 355
Nicholson, E., i., 207
Nickolls, J., I., 347
Niclaes, H., i., 31, 209-14, 257,

265
Nicol, W. R., I., 165
" Nicolaitanes ", i., 217-9
Nicolas, H. (See H. Niclaes)
Nicolson, Edmond, i., 132; ii., 22
Nimmegen (Nymegen), ii., 277
Nippold, F., I., 209-10
Nonconformists, i., 3, 26, 37-9, 50-2,

68, 76, 78-80, 84, 115, 118-9, 138;

11., 28.5-6
Nonconformity (of J. Cotton), ii.,

261-4
Norfolk, I., 65, 95, 122, 130, 146, 153,

157, 162; II., 136, 169
Norman, S., ii., 304
Northampton, ii., 26, 58
Northamptonshire, ii., 25
Northbourne, i., 200
North Wheatley (Notts.), ii., 177
Norton, ii., 25

Norton, Mrs, i., 325; n., 299
Norwich, i., 57-8, 66, 69, 95-7, 100-1,

108, 110, 112-3, 115, 187-91, 225;

n., 170
Norwich Castle, ii., 309
Norwood, Mrs, i., 327; ii., 300



Nottingham, i., 231
Nottinghamshire, i., 229, 275
" Novacions ", i., 61
Nowel, Mr, i., 326; ii., 301
Nowel, Mrs, i., 326
Nowell, — , 11., 141
Nycolls, R., II., 9
Nyxson, W., i., 80; n., 10, 12

Oakland, D., i., 246; ii., 200

Oath of Allegiance, i., 255, 271

Obbesz., N., i., 249; ii., 213-4

Odal, T. (See T. Odell)

Odell, T., I., 222-3, 250; ii., 136

Offwood, S., I., 30, 109, 179-81;
II., 272-3, 284

Ogle, A., I., 196

Old Fish Street, i., 82

Old Jewry, ii., 314

Oldstreet, ii., 324

Onnyon, K. (See K. Onyon)

Onyon, K., i., 121, 128, 142, 147; ii.,
19, 30-1, 36, 45, 136

Onyon, — , n., 136

Ordinary, i., 53

Ordinations, i., 84, 107, 118

Ore, R., 11., 136

Organization. (See Church organiza-
tion)

Organ, J., i., 244-5; ii., 178, 199

Original Sin, i., 43, 59, 60

Overseer, i., 69

Overton, R., i., 243, 250; n., 216-8

Owin, K. (See K. Onyon)

Oxford, I., 320; ii., 26, 150, 313; Earl
of, 289

Oxford College libraries, i., 25

Oxford, gaol of, i., 87

Oxford University, i., 218

P., I., I., 257, 265-6, 342, 352; ii.,

219
P., T. (See T. Pygott)
Packer, H. (See H. Parker)
Paedobaptists, i., 327, 354; ii., 305
Paget, J., I., 163-4, 169-70, 173, 178-

81, 257, 296-8, 301, 303-4, 306-10;

II., 270-2, 274-82, 284-6.
Paginham, Col., ii., 276
Pagitt, E., 1., 118, 151
Paine, — , i., 298; ii., 274, 277-8
Papists. (See Roman Catholicism)
Pardy, J. (See J. Purdye)
Parens, D., i., 203
Paris, R., i., 200; n., 137
Paris, Mrs R., i., 200
Parish churches, i., 150, 171, 177, 317,

321 ; II., 299, 301-2
Parker, Archbishop, i., 93
Parker, Henry, i., 322, 326; ii., 296,

299, 302, 318



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Parker, Mis H., i., 325; n., 299

Parker, E., i., 292, 296, 300, 361;
n., 271

Parker, Mrs T., ri., 309-10

Parker, W., i., 322; n., 296

Parker Society, i., 58, 79-82, 89

Parkes, J., i., 147; ii., 42

Parkhurst, J., i., 57-8; ii., 7-8

Parliament, i., 93, 101, 152, 155, 255;
n., 92, 99, 215-6, 300

Parsons, A., i., 244, 246; ii., 178, 200

Parsons, — , ii., 277

Partridge, R., i., 82, 88, 92 ; n., 10

Patience, T., ii., 305

Paul's Cross, i., 21, 89

Pavye, R., i., 148; n., 39, 49

Pawle, A., I., 327

Payne, J., i., 222, 224-5

Paynter, E., i., 244,246; ii., 178, 200

Pearte, E., i., 377

Pearte, J., i., 377

Pearte, 0., i., 377

Pearte, T., i., 377

Pearte, W. (sen.), i., 377

Pearte, W. (jun.), i., 377

Pecksall, — , n., 136

Pedar, L. (See L. Pidder)

Peirce, J., i., 2, 355

Pelagius, i., 57-9, 62

Pen, H., I., 327; n., 302

Pen-clerk, i., 195

Pennsylvania, i., 342-3, 355

Penry, D., i., 151

Penry, H., n., 62-3

Penrie, J. (See J. Penry)

Penry, J., i., 12, 29, 39, 65, 120, 128-9,
131, 139, 145, 147, 149-52, 155,
158; n., 25, 33, 35, 37, 41-2, 51-2,
54-9, 62-96, 133

Perne, Dr, i., 164

Perriman, — , n., 136

Persecution, i., 59, 258-9

Peters, or Peter, H., i., 191, 296, 298,
300-4, 360, 364; n., 271-4, 277,
285

Peterborough, Earl of, i., 354

Petition, by Helwys and Murton's con-
gregation, I., 24; by Barrowists to
Burghley, 132-33; 148-9; by Ana-
baptists, 1614, n., 215-6; by English
Ministers in the Netherlands, n., 264
-70

Phelps, J., n., 136

Phelpes, J., 11., 305

Phennyxe, E., ii., 10

Philadelphia, i., 355

Phillips, — , n., 38

Phyllipes, A., n., 10

Pickering, W., i., 322; ii., 316

Pidder, L., i., 147, 201, 222-4, 244;
n., 38



Pierce, W., i., x, 14

Piers, W., i., xiii

Pieters, D., n., 208

Piggerell, T. (See T. I'ygrinde)

Pighius, I., 63

Pigott. (See Pygott)

Pigott, W., I., 241; II., 184-7

Pilgrim Fathers, i., 7-12, 15-6, 18-9,

21,31,34,162,191,293,300,357,365
Platform (of H. Barrowe), i., 187
Play, 1., 158
Playhouse, i., 158
Pluckley, i., 52; ii., 5-6
Plumbers' Hall congregation, i,, 80-8,

121; II., 9-13
Plume, J., 1., 52; n., 3
Plymouth, i., 10-11, 34, 357-66
Pollard, A. W., i., 370
Pomerane, J., i., 69
Poorke, C, ii., 11
Popham, Sir J., u., 56, 96
Porte, v., II., 309-10
Post-Apostolic churches, i., 75
Potts, — , 1., 296; 11., 270
Poultry Counter, i., 80, 85, 1U9, 154;

n., 52-3, 62-3, 300
Powell, T., 1., 186
Powicke, F. J., i., 14. 17, 19-20, 39,

81-2, 95, 113, 120, 128, 130, 133-4,

142-3, 146, 148, 152, 163, 170, 226;

11., 9
Pratt, B., 11., 324
Pratt, J., I., 70, 73
Prayer, i., 31, 53, 72, 74, 92, 98. 126,

144, 171
Prayer Book of Edward VI, 70, 73-4,

84, 87
Preaching, i., 89; of Barrowists, 158
Precisians, i., 375
Predestination, i., 52-3, 61-3
Presbyterians. (See Puritans)
Press (Anabaptist), i., 262
Preston, J., i., 257
Pring, T., ii., 136
Pring, W., I., 191
Prior, D., i., 313; ii., 294
Private Assemblies. (See Meetings)
Privy Church of R. Fitz, i., 83, 88-92 ;

n., 13-8
Privy Council, i., 38; ii., 4-6, 63, 66,

68, 79, 115; Acts and Register of, i.,

51 ; 11., 4-6
Proctor, R., i., 257
Professors, i., 375
Prophecying (i.e., preaching), i., 158,

332
Protestants of Scotland, their Con-
fession of Faith, I., 78
Proudlove, W., n., 26
Providence, R.I., IBaptist church at,

I.. 35, 36i>-6



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Prussia, ii., 211

Public Library, Boston, Mass., i., 25

Public Becord Office, i., 24, 51, 81, 90,

184
Puckering, Sir J., i., 20, 120-1; n., 62
Puckering MSS., i., 29, 120-1
Puckle, St., I., 319, 326; ii., 299, 301
Pudding-lane, i., 73, 85
Pulbery, A., i., 125, 142, 144-5, 147;

II., 31, 33, 36, 48, 136
Pulbery, J., i., 142; ii., 36
Pulbury, A. (See A. Pulbery)
Pulsifer, D., i., 10
Punchard, G., i., 8
Purdye, J., i., 123, 153
Puritanism. {See Puritans)
Puritans (Early and Presbyterian), r. ,
2-4, 7, 10, 17-8, 23, 26, 37, 39-41, 61,
68-93, 100, 108, 111-2,121, 123, 130,
131, 134, 138, 140, 150-2, 158, 160,
180, 184, 195, 198-9, 239, 254, 258,
829, 331, 357-68, 375; ii., 15, 25-6,
82 ; (Congregational or Independent)
I., 31, 33-4, 37, 95-6, 102-4, 176,
180, 201, 204, 230, 281-311, 313-26,
357-68; ii., 146-66, 260-91. (See
also Congregationalists and Inde-
pendents)
Purkis, A., ii., 309-10
Purkis, Mrs A., ii., 309
Purvey, — , ii., 86
Pygott, A., I., 244, 246; ii., 178, 200
Pygott, F., I., 244, 246; ii., 178, 200
Pygott, M., I., 244, 246; ii., 178, 200
Pygott, Mother, i., 244-5; n., 178, 199
Pygott, T., I., 244-5, 248-50; ii., 178,

199
Pygrinde, T., i., 52; n., 5-6

Quakers, i., 5-6, 14, 20, 220; ii., 241
Quash, S., I., 266; ii., 222
"Queenhith", ii., 300
Queens' College Libraiy, Cambridge,
I., 25

Eace, M., ii., 18

Eag, — , II., 300

Ealeigh, W., i., 30, 152

Eamsey, L., i., 51; n., 1-2

Eandall, — , i., 356

Eaper, C, i., 123, 132, 142; ii., 22, 36

Eatcliffe, i., 20-2, 326; n., 42

Eathband, W., i., 361

Eavenscroft, J., i., 323; ii., 297

Eawlins, — , i., 204; ii., 320

Eeading of scriptures, i., 98

Eeave, T., i., 133

Eebaptism, i., 56, 127, 223, 237-8,

326-34, 365-6, 378-9; n., 202, 299,

302-4
Eecantation, of F. Johnson, i., 170



Eedborne, E., i., 121; ii., 20
Eedmayne, J., ii., 169-70
"Eedriffe", n., 314, 323-4
Eeformed churches, i., 74, 163, 171,

363; n., 99, 163
Eegent's Park College, i., 312, 337,

343; II., 292
Eegister, Parte of a, i. , 80
Eegister, the second part of a, i., 24
Eeignoldes, E., i., 322; ii., 318
Eelievers, i., 99, 103
Eembert, K., i., 68
Eetractations, i., 29, 107, 114, 116, 130
Eeview and Expositor, i., 16, 336; ii.,

147
Eeynolds, E., i., 283
Eeynolds, J., ii., 23, 120
Eichmondshire, i., 147; ii., 47
Eippert, ii., 206
Eippine, E. (See E. Eippon)
Eippon, J., I., 5-6
Eippon, E., I., 132, 142, 145, 153; ii.,

23, 31-4, 36, 39-41, 48, 50, 52-4
Eobardes (?Eobartes), — , i., 96
Eobberts, Capt., n., 285
Eobinson, A., i., xi, 376-7
Eobinson, B., i., xi, 376-7
Eobinson, J. (sen.), i., xi



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