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Cawley, William contimied.

member for Chichester in Richard
Cromwell's Parliament, 305.

escapes to the Continent at the Re-
storation, 317.

his career, and monument at Chiches-
ter, 319.

his death and burial at Vevay, 320.
"Century of Malignant Priests," the,


Charles I, conventional ideas concern-
ing, 2.

his faults and virtues, 3.

his raising of ship-money, 13.

his misuse of the navy, 14.

his close connection with numerous
Sussex men, 18.

appoints Lunsford to the Lieutenancy
of the Tower, 19.

attempts to arrest the five members,

leaves London, 21.

raises his standard at Nottingham, 33.

his proclamation read at Chichester,

effect of his advance towards London,

Hopton's invasion of Sussex a part
of his plan of campaign, 71.

threatens to hang prisoners, 86.

and the defence of Basing House,


urged to advance into Sussex and

Kent, 176.
sends Stephen Goffe to Holland,

his letter to the Prince of Orange,


his intrigues abroad, 182.
his want of sympathy with English

national feeling, 184.
his flight from Oxford with John

Ashburnham, 186.
his escape from Hampton Court,


his trial, 219.
accompanied to the scaffold by

Bishop Juxon, 220.

constitutional change brought about

by his death, 225.
and the " Book of Sports," 230,
his effort to win over John Selden,


his patronage of Thomas May, 236.
and Accepted Frewen, 239.
and Henry Gage, 243.
Charles II, project of marriage for, 180.
absolves John Ashburnham of alleged

treachery, 188.
crowned at Scone, 251.
defeated at Worcester, 252.
his wanderings and ultimate escape

from Brighthelmstone, 252 stq.
project for his landing in Sussex,


his restoration, 313.
receives a deputation of Sussex gentry,


Charles, the, 65.
Charlton, 129.

the living of, 294.
Chate, Thomas, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Chatfield, Mr., preacher at Horsham,


and the rising at Horsham, 199.
Cheltenham, the rectory of, 294.
Cheynell, Dr. Francis, visits Temple at

Bramber, 78.
his characters of Carleton and Ever-

den, 79.

at the capture of Arundel, 103.
his early career, 104.
takes charge of Chillingworth, 105.
plies him with questions, 106.
his conduct atChillingworth's funeral,

1 08.
member of Westminster Assembly,


obtains the living of Petworth, 139.
post- Restoration references to him,


and the case of Mr. Large, 144.
Chichester, 3.
Christopher Lewknor and Sir Wm.

Morley, elected members for, 16.


Chichester continued.

population of in 1641-2, 17.
state of the Cathedral in 1616, 25.
Sir Nathaniel Brent's visitation to,


the King's proclamation read at, 36.
flight of the Mayor from to York, 37.
the city declares for the Parliament,


cavaliers send aid to the garrison at

Portsmouth, 40.
the city fortified, 42.
cavaliers seize the magazine, 42.
letter describing the proceedings at,


Waller prepares to attack, 48.
the city besieged, 52.
surrenders to Waller, 53.
treatment of Royalist gentry and

cathedral clergy at, 55.
the Dean's account of damage done

to the cathedral, 57.
the cathedral library, 61.
the needle-makers of, 62.
Colonel Anthony Stapley, governor

of the city, 62.

Chillingworth removed to, 105.
his death, and burial in the cloisters

at, 107.

the County Committee of Sequestra-
tion at, 1 20.
the County Committee of Plundered

Ministers at, 138.
Colonel Stapley ordered to increase

the garrison, 156.

the trained bands summoned to, 162.
Algernon Sidney appointed governor,

the Clubmen assemble near the city,


the city disgarrisoned, 173.
Bishop Juxon a native of, 221.
Colonel Counter visits Mr. Mansel,

a merchant of the city, 255.
avoided by Charles II in his ride

through Sussex, 258.
the parishes of St. Martin and St.

Andrew united, 296.

troops ordered to in 1659, 307.
Royalist design to capture, 307.
Major Clarke's company at, 309.
" perverseness " of in 1663, 316.
William Cawley's connection with,


Chichester, the Bishop of, Dr. Henry
King, deprived of his emoluments,

his palace sold to John Downes, 56.
his estate sequestered, 135.
designed for the Archbishopric of

York, 240.

Chichester, the Dean of, Dr. Bruno
Reeves, deprived and fined by
Waller, 57.
his account of the damage to the

cathedral, 57.

compounds on Oxford Articles, 135.
Chilgrove, 129.

the living of, 294.
Chillingworth, Dr., taken prisoner at

Arundel, 101.

his birth and early life, 101.
" a son of the Renaissance," 102.
unpopular at Court, 103.
being sick is sent to Chichester, 105.
beset by Cheynell and other Puritans,


his death and burial, 107.
unseemly scene at his graveside, 108.
Chiltington Common, 74.
Chittey, Captain Henry, holds the maga-
zine at Chichester, 39.
fortifies the town, 42.
exempted from the royal pardon, 42.
his letter to the Speaker from Ports-
mouth, 43.
Chowne, H., member for Horsham in

1659, 305-

Christian names, Puritan, 24.
Clarke, Major, 307.
Clayton, parish church of, 26.
Cliffe, powder sent to, 41.

the incumbent of, sequestered, 142.
Clowson, William, 212.
Clubmen, the rising of the, 167.
in Sussex, 169.



Coach-hire in Sussex, 115, 210.

Cobden Hill, 75.

Cockeram, Richard, Mayor of Rye, 95.

with Morley at Hastings, 149.
Coke, Thomas, reveals his plot, 227.
Colbrand, Richard, musician, 23.
Colchester, siege of, 205, 248.
Coldham, William, arrested at Chiches-

ter and fined, 127.
Collet, Peter van, gunsmith, 9.
Collidon, Sir John, 99.
Collins, Captain Thomas, member of

Sussex Sequestrating Committee,

1 20.

Colman, Rose, 211.
Comber, John, of Donnington, 126.
Comber, Thomas, 240.
Combwell, the Campions of, 134, 193,

Commission of Array, the, 36.

for Sussex, 42, 45.
Commissioners for Securing the Peace,


Committee for Advance of Money, 132.
Committee for Compounding, 121.
Committee of Plundered Ministers,

Committee for Sequestrating Royalists'

Estates, 120.
Compton, Sir Henry, of Brambletye,

fined, 131.
Congreve, quoted, concerning wrecks

in Sussex, 153.

Conyers, Mr., Vicar of Horsham, 136.
Cooper, Sir Anthony Ashley, 160, 168.
Cooper, Ralph, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Corbett, Mr. John, 295.
Cordell, Mr., 40.
Corker, the spy, 296, 298.
Corn, great rise in price of, 207.
Cornishmen in Hopton's army, 88.
Cotton, Thomas, arrested for levying

contributions in Sussex, 66.
Coulton, Rev. John, Chaplain of the

Rye troop, 78.
his letters to S. Jeake quoted, 85, 87,

94, 95-

Council of State, Sussex members of

the, 225.
Courthope, Peter, of Isfield, a supporter

of the parliament, 5.
high-sheriff of Sussex in 1650, 134.
his claim to Lamborn Hall in Essex,


purchases Danny, 134.
his descendants, 325.
Covert, John of Slaugham, taken
prisoner at the fall of Chichester,
Covert, Sir W., his letters concerning

wrecks, 153.

Coverts, the, a Royalist family, 4.
Cowdray House, great state kept at,

Hopton puts a Royalist garrison

in, 72.

taken by Waller, 82.
stripped of its contents, 83.
sequestration of, 131.
its proposed demolition, 161.
William Cawley, governor of, 161.
Colonel Fagge ordered to garrison,


Cowper, Lord Chancellor, 6.
Cox, Sarah, of Chichester, fined, 130.
Cox, Dr. William, fined on Exeter

articles, 135.
Craddock, Thomas, of Chichester, fined

on Truro Articles, 127.
Craven, Lord, his house in Surrey,

Crawford, Earl of, his Scotch troopers

at Chichester, 53.
threatens Southampton, 66.
some of his regiment at South Hart-
ing, 70.

leaves his sack at Alton, 90.
Crawley, parish church of, 26.
Creswell, Robert, 25.
Crispe's regiment, 66.
Cromwell, Oliver, exaggerated views of

his character, 2.
Mr. Gardiner's estimate, 2.
his capture of Basing House, 160.
deals with the Clubmen, 168.


Cromwell, Oliver continued,
his letter to the Speaker concerning

Sussex garrisons, 172.
his share in the New Model, 175.
his argument with Manchester, 217.
overrules John Downes at the King's

trial, 219.

absolutism forced on, 225.
consistently supported by Anthony

Stapley, 227.
abolishes the grievanceof free-quarter,

regulates the position of disbanded

soldiers, 230.
the expansion of England begun

under, 244.

defeats Charles II at Worcester, 252.
his bid for the world's trade, 272.
tradition of his visits to Blackdown

House, 276.

he "expects conformity," 286.
his treatment of the Quakers, 293.
his dealings with the "public min-
istry," 293.

his summons to John Stapley, 299.
his death and funeral, 304.
his descendants in Sussex, 325.
Cromwell, Richard, his succession,


his abdication, 306.
escapes from Lewes, 321.
Crow, Sir Sackville, ironfounder, 9.
Cruso, Dr. Aquila, 143.
Cuckfield, the vicar of, 26.
Cuckmere, a port in mediaeval times,

Culpepper, Colonel, at Brighthelm-

stone, 308, 315.
at Lewes, 326.

Culpeppers, the, a Royalist family, 4.
Curry, Mr. Daniel, 295.

Dacre, Francis, Lord, his letter to

Lord Grey of Werke, 207.
opposes the King's trial, 208.
his household at Herstmonceux, 208.
his guests, 209.
the first of English yachtsmen, 210.

goes abroad, 211.

relieved of office of Vice-Admiral,


Dallington, the incumbent of, sequest-
ered, 142.

Daniell, innkeeper of Rye, 23.
Danny, the mansion of, 14.

purchased by Peter Courthope, 134.

the descent of, 134.

the Campions of, 134, 193, 325.
Dawes, John, 211.
Decimation tax, the, 283.
Deering, Sir Edward, 66.
Denny, Henry and Edward, 245.
D'Ewes, the diarist, makes his will,


Didling, the living of, 294.
Digby, Lord, 176.

his correspondence captured, 182.
Disbanded soldiers, the hard case of,


Ditchling, 49.
Dives, Sir Lewis, 168.
Dixie, Colonel, at Arundel, 88.
Dod, widow, 86.
Donnington Castle, 172.
Dorset, Earl of, 20, 32, 188.
Dorsetshire, Sussex troops employed

in, 1 60.

Dover, the, built at Shoreham, 277.
Downes, John, purchases the palace at

Chichester, 56.
member of Sussex SequestratingCom-

mittee, 120.

patron of the living of Cowfold, 144.
regicide, his conduct at the King's

trial, 221.

his dispute with John Fry, 224.
member of Council of State, 309.
his trial and condemnation, 317.
Dragon, fable of a, in St. Leonard's

Forest, 7.

Drayton, his lament over the destruc-
tion of timber, 10.
Dumbrell, John, the wife of, 27.
Duncton. See Runcton.
Dusseville, Bonaventure, 62.
Dyke, William, of Frant, 297.



Eager, Stephen, 292.

Eastbourne Place, searched for papers,

East Dean, 129.

the living of, 294.
Eastergate, Clubmen from, 170.
East Grinstead, Assizes held at, 7.
the incumbent of, sequestered, 142.
the living augmented, 295.
Edmonds, Thomas, 208.
Edsawe, Rev. John, of Chayley, fined

on Oxford Articles, 136.
Edward the Confessor, and the Sussex

ports, 10.

Elizabeth, Queen, at Cowdray, 14.
Elsmore, Captain, 307.
Engagement, the, of 1650, 226.
Erie, Sir William, 67.
Essex, Earl of, complains of their

weakness in cavalry, 35.
grants commission as Major-General

to Waller, 91.

Evelyn, John, his father's estate, 15.
his views of Dutch diplomacy, 183.
his visit to Rye, 266.
at the Protector's funeral, 304.
endeavours to persuade Morley to re-
store Charles II, 313.
procures Morley's pardon, 314.
and the Sussex gentry's address to

Charles II, 316.

Everden (or Everenden), Captain
Walter, Cheynell's character of,


left in charge of Bramber, 86.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.
and the manufacture of gunpowder,


one of Goffe's commissioners, 288.
Everden, Mr., of Lewes, 275.
Eversfield, Sir Thomas, member of
Sussex Sequestrating Committee,
1 20.

his own estate sequestered, 120.
Excise, levied on goods of all kinds,

Exeter Articles of Surrender, 131, 135.

Exton, Robert, Mayor of Chichester,

fined, 130.

Fagge, Colonel John, a commissioner

to try the King, 219.
his reliance on Colonel Morley, 288,


member for the county in 1659, 305.
in command of Sussex Militia, 307.
governor of Portsmouth, 313.
created a baronet, 315.
his descendants, 325.
Fairfax, Sir T., pleads for Colonel

Gounter and others, 126.
and the New Model, 163, 174.
petition to concerning free-quarter,


and the Clubmen, 167.
difficulty of raising men for in Sussex,


Commander-in-Chief, 1 75.
Families, division of, in the Civil War,


Farley, Rev. John, of Clayton, 26.
Farrenden (or Farnden), Peter, iron-
master, 241, 275.
Farrington, John, 127.
Fecamp Abbey, 1 1 .
Fenwick, Major, 288.
Ferrers, Samuel, 177.
Filder, Edward, 222.
Finch, SirJ., 241.
Findon, Cavaliers at, 85.
Ford, Sir Edward, raises troop of horse,


High Sheriff, 42.
seizes Chichester, 42.
his arrest ordered by Parliament, 47.
defeated at Hayward's Heath, 49.
neglects defence of Arundel, 51.
besieged by Waller at Chichester, 52.
surrenders the city, 53.
sent prisoner to London, 55.
endeavours to raise troops in Sussex,


commands a regiment of horse under
Hopton, 72.


Ford, Sir Edward continued.

captures Arundel, 72.

besieged by Waller, 86.

surrenders the castle, 93.

his subsequent career, 97.

"a chief delinquent," 158.

his interest with Cromwell through
his brother-in-law Ireton, 191.

visited by Thomas Coke, 228.
Ford, Sir William, with his son Edward
at Chichester, 45.

taken prisoner, 55.

his residence, Up Park, 70.

petitions Parliament, 97.
Fords, "some of the," 170.
Foster, Mr. Thos., 299.
Fowles, the, enriched by the iron in-
dustry, 9.

Fox, George, visits Sussex, 292.
Fox, William, of Hailsham, 2J.
Fray, Jurat of Hastings, 149.
Free-quarter, the grievance of, abol-
ished by Cromwell, 228.
Freeman, Captain William, 197.

member for Horsham in 1659, 305.

one of GofTe's commissioners, 288.
Frewen, Accepted, 19.

eldest son of Rev. John Frewen,

his early career, 239.

Archbishop of York, 240.
Frewen, Benjamin, 240.
Frewen, Rev. John, rector of Northiam,
threatened by John Snepp, 24.

indicted for non-conformity, 25.

proceeds against Robert Creswell for
insulting him, 25.

his epitaph, 238.

his descendants, 325.
Frewen, Stephen, 239.
Frewen, Thankfull, 24.
Frottier, John, 62.
Fuller, Captain, 75.

left in charge of Bramber, 86.
Fullers, the, enriched by the iron in-
dustry, 9.
Funtington, 295.
Fursby, John, 292.

Gage, Sir Edward, 131.
Gage, Sir Henry, soldier of fortune, his
early career, 242.

governor of Oxford, 19, 243.

relieves Basing House, 160.
Gage, Sir Thomas, ofFirle, 131.
Gage, Thomas, his romantic career,


Gage, William, of Framfield, 131.
Gages, the, a Royalist family, 4.
Galloway, Ambrose and Elizabeth, 291.
Geers, the, of Ovingdean, 262.
Gerard, Sir George, 182.
Gerard, Lord, 228.
Gibbons, Major, ordered to Horsham,


defeats Norton at Rye, 204.
in command of troops at Rye, 307,


Gildridge, Mr. Nic., 299.
Gilliat, Lewis, and his son Claude,


Glemham, Sir Thomas, 186.
Glynde, civil marriages at, 286.

the descent of, 325.
Godalming, Waller's soldiers at, 68.
Godfrey, Francis, of Rye, 23.
Goffe, John, son of the rector of Stan-

mer, 180.
Goffe, Mr. Richard, incumbent of East

Grinstead, sequestered, 143.
at Rotherfield, 147.
Goffe, Rev. Stephen, rector of Stan-

mer, 179.

Goffe, Stephen, D.D., 19.
eldest son of the rector of Stanmer,


his early life, 1 80.
sent to Holland by the King, 181.
failure of his negotiations, 184.
his subsequent career, 184.
Goffe, William, son of the rector of

Stanmer, 179.

signs the King's death-warrant, 220.
Major-General of Sussex, Hamp-
shire, and Berkshire, 283.
arrives at Lewes, 284.
and Colonel Morley, 285.


Goffe, William continued.
his Commissioners for Securing the

Peace, 288.
exempted from the Act of Indemnity,


escapes to America, 320.
Goldsmiths' Hall, the Committee at,

Goring, Charles, succeeds his father as

Earl of Norwich, 250.
Goring, Diana, wife of Henry, 92.
Goring, George, of Ovingdean, son of
Sir William Goring, of Burton,
Goring, George, Lord, governor of

Portsmouth, 37.
intrigues with both parties, 37.
declares for the King, 38.
surrenders on terms, 40.
his designs on Sussex, 162.
his reputation for plundering, 167.
in Paris, 183.

his career during the war, 246.
Clarendon's view of his character, 37,


his service and death in Spain, 249.
Goring, George, Earl of Norwich, his

part in the Civil War, 37.
his estate of Danny, 134, 245, 249.
relations with the Queen, 183.
his connection with Anthony Stapley,


at the siege of Colchester, 193, 248.
his- mother, Anne Denny, 228 .,

ambassador for the King to France,


his letter to Lady Campion, 248.
tried for high treason, 249.
Goring, John, of Amberley, 129.
Goring, Sir W., member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Gorings, the, of Burton, supporters of

the Parliament, 5.
Gorings, the, of Danny, a Royalist

family, 4.
Gott, Samuel, 241.
Goulding, Captain, 51.

Counter (or Gunter), Colonel George,

of Rackton, at Chichester, 45.
taken prisoner by Waller, 56.
compounds on Truro Articles, 126.
arrested at Chichester, 127.
and Coke's plot, 228.
his narrative of Charles II's escape,

his family rewarded, 261.

Gounter (or Gunter), Captain Thomas,

at Chichester, 45.
taken prisoner by Waller, 56.
and Charles II, 254.

Gratwick, James, sequestrator of Hors-
ham vicarage, 137.

Gratwick, Roger, abstains from sitting
at the King's trial, 219.

Gratwick, William, of Torton, 328.

Gratwicks, the, supporters of the Par-
liament, 5.
enriched by the iron industry, 9.

Graves, Mr., 299.

Graves, Sackville, 303, 308.

Gravetye, the mansion of, 14.

Greenwood, Mr. , preacher at Rye, 23.

Gregory, Rev. John, 57.

Gresham, James, 37.

Grey of Werke, Lord, 100, 207.

Gyles, Mr., 29.

Haberdashers' Hall, the Committee at,

Hall, Edmund, of Lullington, 27.

Hall, Mr., 299.

Halnaker, the mansion of, 258.

Halsey, Mr., rector of East Dean, 140.

Hampton Court, the King at, 187.

Hangleton, horse-race at, 232.

Harbours, decay of Sussex, II.

Harley, Sir Robert, 67.

Harlow, Sir Robert, 133.

Harsnett, Bishop, his interrogatories to

the Chapter of Chichester, 25.
Harting, Hop ton at, 71.
HartingPlacegarrisoned byHopton,72.
Harting, South, population of, in 1641,

1 8.
a fight at, 69.


Haselrig, Sir Arthur, with Waller

before Chichester, 52.
takes part in the spoliation of the

cathedral, 57.

revisits Chichester in 1647, 60.
his troops and free-quarter, 166.
acts with Morley in London and at

Portsmouth, 311.

Haslemere, occupied by Waller, 82.
Hastings, shipment of " billets " from,


destruction of the pier at, II.
rated for ship-money, 14.
Colonel Morley at, 148.
Ashburnham holds a barque in readi-
ness at, 1 88.
the Marquis of Ormonde escapes

from, 1 88.
a clerk of the passage appointed at,

importance of the North Sea Fishery

to, 270.

the Dutch fleet off, 274.
port of shipment for iron-shot, 275.
the Cat ordered to protect the fisher-
men of, 279.
the True Love frigate, to do the

same, 280.
dismay of, at the capture of the Cat,

Havant, Waller advances by, 50.

Hopton retires towards, 91.
Hay, Herbert, of Glyndbourne, mem-
ber of Sussex Sequestrating Com-
mittee, 1 20.

appointed Deputy-Lieutenant, 156.
and Major-General Goffe, 288.
Hay of Glyndbourne, a Roundhead

family, 5.

Hayes, Mr., Justice of the Peace, 31.
Hayne, of Brighthelmstone, 64.
Hayward's Heath, fight at, 48.
Head, Colonel, at Arundel, 88.
Heath, Robert, his two sons at Chi-
chester, 45.
Heathfield, 124.
Heaves, John, 27.
Heene, the St. James stranded at, 151.

Henchman, Dr., 254.
Henley, Captain, 269.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, urges Charles
to attempt the arrest of the five
members, 3.
sends Ford to discover the aims of

the army, 98.
Chillingworth accused of being her

spy, 105.
Cheynell's view of her influence,


her intrigues with Mazarin, 182.
her strained relations with the Gor-

ings, 183.

Stephen Goffe her chaplain, 184.
Henshaw, Rev. Dr., Canon of Chi-
chester, 39.

fined on Exeter Articles, 135.
Herstmonceux Castle, the household

accounts of, 207.
Hewitt, Dr., and the plot of 1658, 296.

tried and executed, 302.
Higgons, Captain Edward, parliament-
ary leader at Chichester, 42.
his letter to the Speaker from Ports-
mouth, 43.
placed in charge of the contents of

Cowdray House, 83.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.

Hill, Rev. Mr. , vicar of Felpham, 28.
Hinson, Mr., curate of All Saints',

Hastings, 149.
Hippesley, Tom, 249.
Hoadley, Bishop, on Dr. Cheynell,

Hoge, or Hogge, Ralph, ironfounder,


Holland, William, of West Burton,

Holies, leader of the Dorset Clubmen,

Honeywood, Lieutenant, 200.

Hooke, Rev. Thomas, fined, 136.

Hopkins, Lieut., 300.

Hopton, Lord, his forces in Hamp-
shire, 69.
advances into Sussex, 71.



Hopton, Lord continued.
captures Stanstead, Cowdray, and

Arundel, 72.
leaves Ford in command of Arundel

Castle, 84.
dissensions at his head-quarters at

Winchester, 88.
marches to attack Waller at Arundel,

being outnumbered retires to Havant,


besieges Warblington Castle, 92.
writes concerning Waller's advance,


Chillingworth takes refuge with, 103.
Horsemonden, ironworks at, 176.
Horses, export of, from Rye, 268.
Horsham, assizes sometimes held at, 7.
a fabulous monster near, 7.
population of, in 1641-2, 17.
Colonel Apsley's ride to, 74.
Thomas Middleton, M.P. for, 80.
petition of, for removal of Mr. Con-

yers, minister, 136.
Mr. Chatfield, lecturer at, 137.
affray at Nuthurst near, 166.
rising at, 197.
letter from, describing events at,

captured by Sir Michael Livesay,


punishment of those concerned, 202.
Collyer's School at, 241.
Quakers in gaol at, 292.
Horsted Parva, the rector of, seques-
tered, 142.
Houghton Bridge, Charles II crosses,


Hounds, export of, from Rye, 268.
Hounsell, Mark, 204.
Howard, Mr. Henry, 228.
Howsell, Anne, 8.
Hudson, Dr., 186.
Humanity, the, with which the Civil

War was conducted, 89.
Hurst, 49.

Hurstpierpoint, manor of, 24$, 249.
Hussey, George, 292.

Hutchinson, George, of Cuckfield, at

Hangleton race, 232.
concerned in Stapley's plot, 297.

Ifield, Quaker meeting at, 291.

George Fox at, 292.
Independents, the, principles of, 175.
Ireton, his connection with Sir E.

Ford, 53, 97.

Irishmen in Hopton's army, 88.
Ironworks, the Sussex, of national im-
portance, 8.
number of furnaces and forges at the

time of the Civil War, 9.
occasion great destruction of timber,

the works in St. Leonard's forest

captured by Waller, 94.
importance of, to the Parliament,

96, 175-

the Brownes of Brede and Horse-
monden, 35, 175.

output of guns, etc., for the army
and navy, 176.

activity of, during the Dutch war,

visit of Thomas Newberry to, 275.

Jeake, Samuel, of Rye, 78.

and the Rye petition to Fairfax, 214.
Jenner, Captain Thomas, 288.
Jennings, Rev. Mr., inhibited, 29.
Jermyn, Lord, his correspondence with

Stephen Goffe, 181.
Jerome, a Frenchman, 65.
Jones, Edward, senior and junior, of

Rye, the wives of, 27.
Jones, Mr., of Brecon, 305.
Juxon, John, citizen of London, 221.
Juxon, John, of Albourne Place, 223.

created a baronet, 315.
Juxon, Richard, of Chichester, 221.
Juxon, Thomas, 221.
Juxon, William, Bishop of London, 19.

accompanies the King to the scaffold,


a native of Chichester, 221.
his early career, 222.


Juxon, William, Bishop of London

tradition of his concealment at Al-

bourne Place, 223.
appointed Archbishop of Canterbury

at the Restoration, 224.
patron of John Selden, 234.

Keely, Captain, 59.

Kemp, Sir Garrett, of Slindon, fined,


his journey to Spa, 132.
Kemp, Thomas, fined, 132.
Key, William, shipowner of Rye, 269,


Killingbeck, Humphrey, 291.
King, Dr. Henry. See Chichester,

Bishop of.

King, John, the bishop's son, 45.
King, Philip, the bishop's brother, 45.
Kingly Bottom, 257.
Kirkford, population of, in 1641-2, 18.
Knight, Mr., 74.
Knowles, Richard, 288.

Lambert, his encounter with Morley,


Large, Rev. John, Rector of Rother-

field, 30.

the case of his sequestration, 144.
his able defence, 145.

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