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St. Clement's Lane. R.II. 307, 284, 355, 403.

Deadman's Lane. Watts, 43.

Holy Bones. R.II. 245, 278, 394, 430. R.III. 434. T5. 12. N.I. 7

Talbot Lane. R.II. 351.

II.

Buxton Lane. R.II. 411-412.

Northgate. R.II. 279.

Abbey Gate. R.I. 379.

Senvey Gate. R.I. 399. R.II. 206, 259, 307. R.III. 5, 305, 30S.
N.I. 549, 555 note, 562 note 532, and Stukely's Plan of 1722.
Ki, 128, 129. Alfred Rimmer, " Ancient Stone Crosses of
England " (London, 1875), 44, 45. Dictionary of National
Biography s.v. " Henry, 3rd Earl of Leicester " (by the Rev.
W. Hunt).

Soar Lane, (extra portam borialem). N.I. 532. R.I. 361. R.II. 388,
391, 404, 415, 266, 307. R.III. 308. R.II. 207. L.A.S.

VI. 53.

Walker Crofts. R.II. 282, 391, 407, 411. N.I. 375, 556. (" Water-
crofts," erroneously, in N.I. Index.)

Ash-lane. R.I. 390. R.II. 64, 259, 396, 407, 435.

Beneacre. R.I. 391.

The Pingle. N.I. 8 note. R.II. 394, 402, 408. Records of the Borough
of Nottingham, III. 497. English Dialect Dictionary, stib.
voc. A. B. Evans, op. cit. 213.

Buxton Lane. R.II. 279, 398, 412. {See Cockshaw's Map of Leicester
of 1828.)

Abbot's Balk. R.II. 414.

Archdeacon Lane. R.II. 284..

Plowjnan Lane. R.I. 288, 397.

Church Gate. R.II. 432, 371. R.I. 396.

Gosewellgate . R.I. 396, 288. Hartopp, 15.

Gallowtree Gate. R.II. 307. R.III. 89. Ki, 167 note. R.I. 397.
Throsby, 49. L.N. and Q. III. 163, 228. R.I. 214. R.II.

389.

Tovm's End. R.III. 263. R.II. 380.

Berehill. R.III. 26, 161, 167. R.I. 92, 308. R.II. 154, 307. K2,
161. C. Torr, " Small Talk at Wreyland " (Cambridge, 1918),
16. R.II. 342. R.III. 72, 166, 281. N.I. 416. Glimpses,

234-
Belgravegate. R.I. 288. N.I. 567. R.I. 331. R.II. 96, 300, 307,

371-
Humberstonegate. R.I. 389, 395, 398, etc. R.I. 115. R.II. 62, 307.
R.III. 89. R.II. 342. R.III. 70, 121, 326.

III.

Signs. Encyclopaedia Britannica. (nth ed.) XXV. 78. Larwood and

Hotten, " History of Signboards," (London, 1869, 5th ed.).

10. R.III. 231, 129, 204.
Taverns. R.I. 266, 276, 235, 404, 261, 257, 332 330. R.II. 75. R.I.

330. R.II. 76, 99, 97, 447. R.II. 75, 64, 95. R.I. 20,

130, etc. R.II. 291-92.
The Bell (Swinesmarket) . R.II. 267, 348. Nottingham Borough

Records, IV. 221. Ki, 245, note.
George. R.II. 268, 348. R.III. 11, 35. N.I. 556. L.A.S. I. 116.

XI. 124.

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Talbot. R.II. 351, 342, 343. Thiosby, 2, 18. R.III. 11, K2, 105.

Peacock. R.II. 343, 346. Throsby, 171. T2, 6.

Antelope. R.II. 342. North 3, 12. L.A.S. I. 117. XI. 125.

Angel. Ki, 167, note. R.III. 36, 63, 68. N.I. 590. Ki, 311. Ti,
230. R.III. 92, 99, 114, 115, 127. L.A.S. V. 117. Leicester
Chamberlains' Accounts, Nov. 7th, 1597. Ki, 332, 337, 341,
393. L.A.S. II. 16. V. 123. N.II. 636, 627. L.A.S. V.
112. N.I. 427. K2, 265. Ti, 364. Ki, 393. North4,
173, 180. R.III. 187, 220, 222, 240. Chamberlains' Accounts,
Jan. 17th, 1598, and Sept. 12th, 1598. Ki, 343. K2, 236.
Ti, 468, 467, 470, 402. Ki, 446, 311. R.III. 228. Ki,
449. Ti, 440. T2, 3, 4, 22, 34. L.N. and Q. III. 45.
Ki, 342. Throsby, Plate opposite 124. N.I., Plate xxxiii
opposite 428. North 3, 13. L.A.S. XI. 122. L.A.S. VIII.

57-
White Hart. R.III. 56. N. IV. 400. NIL 617, note. N.II. 629,

630. T2, 29, 34, 50, 141, 170.
Bull's Head. R.III. 5, 7, 10, L.N. and Q. III. 47. R.III. 268.
Green Dragon. T6, 65. L.N. and Q. III. 47. N.I. 605. Gardiner,

I. 252, note. Gentleman's Magazine, vol. xlviii. 47. N.I.

605, note. N.I. Appendix, 121.
Horse and Trumpet. Ti, 393, note. T2, 75, 248. Throsby, 364.

Guide, 43.
White Horse. L.N. and Q. III. 45. Gardiner, I. 147. L.N. and Q.

I. 64. R.III. 251. Gardiner, I. 147.
Cross Keys. R.III. 70, 79, 264.
Star. R.III. 114, 115.
Fox. R.III. 312.

^wan. R.III. 314. L.N. and Q. III. 46, 47. Ki, 483, 484,
Crozvn. R.III. 11, 35. North i, 215. North 3, 14.
Cardinal's Hat. North i, 203, 211. R.III. 11.
Red Lion. T6, 64. L.A.S. I. 120. North 3, 14.
Cock. R.III. 315.

Lion. R.III. 277. A.A.S. xxviii. 661. N.I. 532.
Bird-in-hand. N.I. 351.

Belgrave Road. Guide, 32. Gardiner, III. 10.
Plague. N.I. 426, 427.

Three Crozvns. T2, 58. L.N. and Q. III. 46.
White Lion. K2. 268.
Three Crozvns. T2, 58, 75, 94, 196, 151, 160, 153, 200. Gardiner,

I. 55. Heme, 20.
Three Cranes. T2, 51, 83, 98, iii, 121, 126, 118, 196, 128, 143, 201.

Heme, 17. T2, 51, 135. Ki, 496. T2, 149, 126.
Lion and Lamb. T2, 178, etc., 195, 192.

Sivan-xtnth-two-necks. T2, 162. Larwood and Hotten, op. cit. 216.
Nag's Head. T6, 65.
Maidenhead, or Queen's Head. North i, 244. L.A.S. I. 121 (but see

id. XL 124).
Lion and Dolphin. T2, 124.
Bell (in Hutnberstonegate). T2, 86, 73, 116-118. " Drunken Barnaby's

Four Journeys to the North of England." (London, 1805) 8.



IV.

(i) The EarVs Prison. T3, 44-46, 48. N.I. 364. R.I. 361, 362, 368
T3, 48. R.I. 372, 373, 376, xxvi., 361, 379.

(2) The County Prison. R.I. 358, 365. Rot.-Claus. 3. Ed. II. (quoted

N.I. 364). R.I. 373, 375. R.II. 17, note 5. Cal. Pat. Rolls,
Ap. I. 1332, p. 292. R.II. 346. N.I. 486. N.I. 529, note 2.
Howard, " State of the Prisons in England and Wales " (3rd
ed. 1784), 313. Howard, "Account of the Principal Lazar-
ettos in Europe " (1789), 160. N.I. 530. Watts, 30.

(3) The Town Prison. R.II. 150. R.I. 360, 374, 375, 378, 342. N.I.

326, 531. Ti, 344. Throsby, 379, 384-387. Glimpses, 302.

(4) The Old Mayors Hall. R.III. 422, etc., 153. N.I. 388, 390.

R.III. 185.

(5) The Gainsborough. Ti, 250. R.III. 34, 67. N.I. 444. T2, 2.

N.I. 395. {See R.III. xlv.) R.III. 166, 228, 326, 255, 119,
408. Ti, 324. N.I. 426. Ti, 350. Ki, 459. T i, 469.
T2, 9, 19, 20. N.I. 440, 444. T2, 31, 50, 75, 76. N.I. S13,
note.

Toll-booth. R.II. 156, 275, 277. R.III. 107. 195.
Cage. R.III. 166, 72, 32, 281, 422.
Pillory. R.I. 228, 104.

V.

I. First Hall. R.I. 92. R.II. 19. R.I. 402, 71, 82, 92, 94. R.II.
19.

II. Second Hall. R.I. 51, 52, 53. Ti, 99. Throsby, 62. R.I. 82,
96, 218, 168, 402, 115. R.II. 383-385. Storey, 69. Journal
of the British Archaeological Association. 1863. 41. R.I. 353.
R.II. 78. R.I. 342, 354, etc., 263, 269, 276, etc. Throsby,
Memoirs of Leicester, II. 13. R.I. 353. L.A.S. II. 134.
R.II. 79, 279, 79. R.I. 365. R.II. 307. N.I. 532. R.II.
52. R.I. 297. R.II. 17, 51, 17, 12, 77, 147, 141, 170. R.III.
26, 30. R.I. 298. R.I. 33, 78. R.II. 169. L.A.S. IV. 283.
R.I. 340. R.II. 66. R.I. 320, etc. R.III. 18, 56, 67, 85, 87.
K3, 56. R.I. 71, 92, 94, 184, 96 etc., 365. R.II. 79 etc.,
306, 140, 78, 141, 259, 278. R.I. 248, 297, 298, 326, 353, 354.
R.II. 109, 141, 143, 140, 350. R.III. 56, 70, 80, 64, 38, 277.
R.II. 277, 278. R.III. 120 etc., 128, 114, 146, 153, 185.
Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 1863, 41.
Throsby, 374-5. Hollings, 63 note. N.I. 352 note.

III. Third Hall. North i, 198. R.II. 343. North i, 227. Brit.
Arch. Ass. Journal, 1863, 41-46. R.II. 350. R.III. 26.
J. Gairdner, " The English Church in the i6th Centur>' "
(London, 1904), 251. R.III. 86, 87, 459, 460. Will of
Thomas Pickerell, P.C.C. F. 5. Alen. R.II. 331, 445. Will
of John Pickerell. P.C.C. F. 40. More. Hill, 181 sqq. Patent
Roll 991. 5 Eliz. Part 5, Mem. 42. R.III. 107, 108. K5,
40. North I, 235. R.III. 115, 116. K5, 40. R.III 251,
313. Town Lib. Cat. vi. vii. N.I. 562. III. 169. Camp-
bell's Lives of the Chief Justices (London, 1849) I. 194 (where
Catlyn's birthplace is erroneously given as " Bilbey "). L.N
and Q. I. 263. Brit. Arch. Ass. Journal, 1863, 41-46.
North I, 214. A.A.S.XXX. 511. R.III. 112, 114, 120, 174.

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Ks, 40-41. R.III. 128, 336. N.I. 452. R.III. 19s, 13s,

241, 246. N.I. 427. Ti, 358. R.III. 210, 265, 464, 194,

476. L.A.S. VIII. 177, 230. R.III. 210. Ti, 286. T2,

3. N.I. 436, 437. R.III. 228. K2, 90 etc. Heme, 5-7.
Town Lib. Cat. Introduction.

VI.

St. Austin and St. Coliitnban. N.I. 6, 328. Victoria Hist. 361, 7iote 48.

Church of the Austin Friars. Throsby MS. apud N.I. 301.

St. Clement. L.A.S. VI. 45. N.I. Ixix. Calendar of Patent Rolls,

1330-1334, p. 156. N.I. 295. Leland, I. 16. A.A.S.

XXIX. 518.
St. Peter. N.I. 327. R.I. 10. N.I. 328. R.I. 367. Glimpses, 44,

167. L.N. and Q. II. loi. N.E.D. VI. 510 (misericord).

R.I. 369, 370, 402. Victoria Hist. 360. N.I. 327, 549.

Knighton, II. 312. "Visitations of Religious Houses"

(Lincoln Record Society) I. Introduction, xxix. A.A.S.

XXII. iii. A.A.S. XXVIII. 201. "A Subsidy collected

in the Diocese of Lincoln in 1526," ed. H. Salter (Oxford,

1909), 114. R.III. 55, 85, 92, 112, 128, 107, no. III, 113,

115. North 4, 218. R.III. 132, 133, 138, 146, 137, 152, 139,

140. Visit. Leic. 202. R.III. 100, 271. N.I. 550-552.

A.A.S. XXIX. S18. Guide, 56.
St. Michael. Ti, 42. Glimpses, 43, 44, 46. R.II. 417, 442. R.I. 9.

N.I. 327. Knighton, II. 126. R.II. 399. E.L.W. 31. R.II.

176. Throsby, 240. N.I. 327 (quoting Charyte's Rental).

R.II. 436, 337. N.I. 549. Throsby, 240, 102. N.I. 327

note. Throsby, 102, 240.
Grey Friars' Church. N.I. 297. Close Rolls, 40 Henry III., 27th Nov.

R.I. 394. R.II. 204. R.I. 364. N.I. 533. North 2, 15, 95-

N.I. 297; 299. Leland's Collectanea, ed. T. Heme (London,

1770), I. 311. N.I. 298. Leland, I. 16. Burton's MS.

apud N.I. 357.
Nezvarke Church. A.A.S. XXXII. 259, 260, 272-292. N.I. 231, 241.

N.I. Appendix, no. A.A.S. XXXII. 529. Leland, I. 17.

A.A.S. XXXII. S20. N.I. 337. A.A.S. XXXII. 523, 524.

N.I. 337. A.A.S. XXXII. 524, 528-9. N.I. 337. A.A.S.

XXXII. 525-527- N.I. 334, 337. Throsby, 337, Plate 3,

opposite 246. N.I. Appendix, 109. Ti, 125. A.A.S.

XXXII. 537. N.I. 339. A.A.S. XXXI. 435.
St. John's Hospital Church. Throsby, 383. R.I. 9. A.A.S. XXIV.

385. R.I. 358, 373. R.II. 38, 55-57, 90, 100-102. Victoria

Hist. 362. E.L.W. 172. R.II. 282, 283. Throsby, 293.

N.I. 324. R.III. 251, 281. Subsidy, ed. Salter (Oxford,

1909), 114. N.I. 326, 440. Throsby, 293, 294, 384-387,

387, note.
Wigston's Hospital Chapel. N.I. 495. Glimpses, 150. N.I. 472, 480.

L.A.S. II. 200, etc. Cox and Harvey. English Church

Furniture, 108.
St. Leonard. Knighton, I. 64. N.I. 321, note, 222. R.I. 360. N.I.

323. Throsby, 234. A.A.S. XXVIII. 660, 661, 201, 202.

Subsidy (ed. Salter), 114. R.III. 364, 390. N.I. 470. L.N.

and Q. III. 189-191. Throsby, 234. N.I. 323. Victoria

Hist. 384, Moie. A.A.S. XXIX. 518. N.I. 470, 323. Hollings,

46. A.A.S. XXII. 297. Throsby, 235. N.I. 555. Watts.

44. Town Lib. Cat. 19.

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St. Sepulchre, or St. James. N.I. Iv., 303. J. H. Round, " Catalogue

of French Charters," 229. Knighton, II. 119. Victoria

Hist., 363. R.I. 377. R.III. 36. R.II. 202. A.A.S. XXII.

no. K3, 64. R.III. II, 88, 147. N.I. 328. Throsby, 182.

A.A.S. XXIX. 518.
St. yoh?t's chapel at the town's end. N.I. 323. Throsby, 280, 281.

N.I. 323. N.II. 157. R.II. 283. N.I. 301. Leland, I.

18. Victoria Hist. 365. Knighton, II. 182, 190.
West Bridge chapel. R.I. 349, sqq. N.I. Ixiii. R.II. 140. K4, 29.

A.A.S. XXVIII. 617. R.III. 36. A.A.S. XXVIII. 197.

R.II. 340. K4, 30. N.I. 301.
Abbey Church. L.A.S. IV. 32, sqq. The Archaeological Journal,

vol. XXVII. 204-206. Journal of the Royal Institute of

British Architects, Third Series. Vol. I. Nos. 5 and 6.

Knighton, I. 63. N.I. 261. L.A.S. XL 98. Leland I. 16.

Knighton, I. 63. N.I. 263, and Appendix, 62, 63. N.I. 273,

and Appendix, 107, 71. L.A.S. XL 97-103. Ti, 232.

Glimpses, 61. N.I. cxliii., 275.

VII.

Mortmain. 15 Richard 11. c. 5.
Mercer and Spencer. R.II. 138, 143, 448, 408.
Inquest and License. N.I. 368. Ti, 138. R.II. 205, 206, 207.
North Bridge. R.II. 440. N.I. 469. H. Bradley, in English His-
torical Review, xviii. (1903), 162, 163. R.III. 63, 251. N.I.

424. Throsby, 356, 404. N.I. 555. R.I. 389, 262, 323.

R. II. 141. Leland, I. 18. Throsby, 356. N.L 296, 555.

N.I. Plate xvxviii. Watts, 44. Storey, 12.
Frogmire Bridge. R.III. 11, 35. R.I. 306, 323. R.III. 50, 277. N.L

424. R.I. 306, 323. R.III. 50.
West Bridge. K4, 28. R.I. 349, sqq. R.II. 140. Sketches in

Leicestershire, (Leicester, 1846). Throsby, 357. N.L

301, note.
Bow Bridge. N.L 301, 302, note, 434. Throsby, 357. L.A.S. IL

no, note. Throsby, 64, fig. 2. N.L 301, Plates xxii., xxiii.

Ki, 254, 249, note. Storey, 12.
Braunston Bridge. N.L 301, 301 note. Storey, 86.
Cow Bridge. R.II. 46, no. R.III. 421, 102.
St. Anthony's Bridge and E. Gate Bridge. N.L 435, note. R.II. 307.

Ti, 483.
Spitalhuuse Bridge. R.III. 132, 434. Leland, I. 18.
Humberstone Gate Bridge. R.III. 30, 92, 94, 102, 116, 169, etc.
Antelope Bridge. R.III. 70, 89, 121.
Clay Pit Bridge. R.III. 85.
Pontage and Gavel-pence. R.I. 41, 42, 43, 44, 40, 44. R.II. 163.

(Gabulla). R.I. 21. J. H. Round, The Antiquary, XL 66,

67, etc. R.I. 46-49, 57-58, 44-46.
Bridge Repairs. R.I. 24, 34, 92, 249, 262, 306, 320, 323, 353. R.II.

8, etc. R.I. 98, 229, 240. North i, 226. G. L. Gomme,

Folk-Lore as an Historical Science, (London, 1908), 25-27.

E.L.W. 31. L.A.S. vi. 218. R.I. 34.9. R.II. 140, 158. 107.

R.III. 235, 239. R.II. 82. R.III. 149. 150. R.II. 140.

Knighton, I. 435. N.L 365. R.II. 10, 193. Ti, 136. T4,

76.

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VIII.

Fairs. Ti, 6i. N.I. 360 note. Ti, loi. Cart. I. Edward II. n. 26.
N.I. Appendix, 23. R.II. iii, 3, 108. N.I. Appendix, 26,
27. N.I. 366. R.II. Ill sqq., 149. Gross, Select Cases on
the Law Merchant (Selden Society', 1908), 33, 36, 42, 75, loi.
G. G. Coulton, Social Life in Great Britain, (CamlDridge, 1918),
514. R.II. 72 sqq, 296. R.III. 102, 195. N.I. 376. Huve-
lin, Essai historique sur le droit des marches et des foires,
(1897), 345 note. N.I. 532. Watts, 29. R.III. 46. N.I.
392, 393, 394. 396, 392. Burton, 164. Cox, Magna Britannia,
(London, 1720), 1361. Throsby, 378. Glimpses, 193. K3,
53. R.III. 106, 107.

Wednesday Market. T2, 212. R.I. 177, 246, 283-285. N.I. 389.
R.III. 15. N.I. 532. Throsby, 92, Plate opposite 62. R.III.
169, 171. Ti, 261. Cox, op. cit. 1361. Storey, 134.

Saturday Market. R.I. 395, 230, 398. R.II. 404. R.III. 189. R.II.
155. R.III. 118, 250. R.I. 250, 285, 290. R.III. 240, 243,
246, 2A2-3. R.II. 274. R.III. 250, 365. R.II. 274.
R.III. 426. N.I. 444. T2, 2. R.III. 12, 27, etc.
Ti, 222. Glimpses, 190. R.III. 92, 139, 140, 241.
Glimpses, 192. L.N. and Q. III. 261. R.I. 298. R.II. 376.
N.I. 387, 441, 390, 533. R.II. 52. R.III. 338. T2, 113,
154. N.I. 450 note. T2, 175. R.II. 380. R.III. 95, 364,
281, 369, 372, 374, 415, 416, 445, 416. Ti, 309 sqq., 330;
R.III. 116, 153, 221. L.N. and Q. III. 261. id. I. 96.
Glimpses, 193. R.II. 277.
IX.

Merchant Guild. R.I. 180, 207.

Fullers. R.I. 89-90, 168. R.II. 51.

Weavers. R.I. 89, 105, 106. R.II. 195. Luijo Brentano, History
and Development of Guilds. (London, 1870), 52. Nottingham
Borough Records, I. 5. III. 58 note. Doering, 66-68.

Watermen. R.II. 197.

Ordinals. R.III. 19, ico. 15 Henry VI, c. 6. 19 Henry VII, c. 7.

Occupations. Ti, 227. T2, 253. N.I. 375. R.II. 363. R.III.
410, 95, 154, 353. Article 18 of the Glovers' Ordinal in Ti,
466. R.III. 127, 177. R.II. 323. N.I. 431.

Traders on first roll of Guild Merchant. R.I. 12-35.

Bakers. R.I. 246, 10, 11, 12, xxi. R.II. 3, 150, 231, 232, 87-88, 20,
24, 131, 272, 87. H. T. Riley, Memorials of London (1868),
165, 138. R.II. 89, 133. G. G. Coulton, op. cit. 328 note.
J. M. Lambert, Two Thousand Years of Guild Life, (Hull,
1891), 306. R.II. 138, 133, 107, 287. N.E.D. s.v. " cocket."
Lambert, op. cit. 305. R.III. 19. R.I. 348. R.II. 107, 287.
The Coventry Leet Book, (Early English Text Society, 1908),
519. R.II. 318. R.III. 19. R.II. 87. R.III. IS, 16. N.I.
432. R.III. 340. R.II. 304. R.III. 16, 376, 354, 355, 376,
394, 395, 396, 405. Lambert, op. cit. 306-309, 2.

Occupations and Plays. R.II. 297. K2, 27-33.

Occupations and Donations. R.III. 44, 45. N.I. 296, 300, 391.

Occupations and Philanthropy. Ti, Appendix " K " 464.

X.

iith Century. Dugdale, Monasticum Anglicanum, (2 vols., London,
1673), II- 308, sqq. J. H. Round, Feudal England, (London
1909), 456, sqq. L.A.S. IV. 280. N.I. 534. F. W. Mait-

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land, Domesday Book and Beyond, (Cambridge, 1897), 437.
Ti, 42. N.I. 358. Doering, 23.
i2th Century. P. Vergil, Anglica Historica, (Basle, 1570), 227. R.I.

12-35-

i2th Century. R.I. Ivi. Ti, 97. Mrs. J. R. Green, Town Life in the
15th Century, (London, 1894), I. 13 and authorities there
referred to. R.I. 128-145, 254. Doering, 23.

i4.th Century. Ti, 114. R.II. 55. Knighton, II. 61 (Translated by
F. A. Gasquet, The Black Death of 1348 and 1349. (2nd ed.
London, 1908), 162. Guide, 9. Ti, 132. Thorold Rogers,
Six Centuries of Work and Wages. (London, 1903), 223.
N.I. 366. R.II. xxix, note. Professor Oman, The Great
Revolt of 1381, (Oxford, 1906), 27. R.II. 210.

iSth Century. R.II. xlix, 331-4.

i6th Century. R.III. 43, 232-237. N.I. 534. R.III. 183, 239. Ti,
283, 253. R.III. 234. Throsby, 409.

17th Century. L.N. and Q. III. 211, sqq. Throsby, 412. Hartopp, 4.

i8th Century and omvards. T2, i. N.I. 534.

XI.

Le Engleys. R.I. 402.

Curlevache. Cf. Chichevache (Chick-face), N.E.D. s.v. R.I. 6, note,

361, 381, 386, 4-6, lo-ii, 20, 35. T. Maddox. History and

Antiquities of the Exchequer, (London, 1769), I. 2, note b,

469, note. R.I. 26, 27, 28, 34. R.I. 60, 62. A.A.S. xxiii,

418. Ch. Bemont, " Simon de Montfort, Comte de Leicester,"

(Paris, 1884), 61. R.I. 356. R.II. 37.
St. Lo. R.I. 382, 383, 51, 40.
Costeyn. A.A.S. xxiii, 221 Maddox, op. cit. I. 477, 118, 402, 717.

R-I- 35, 395, 397, 62, 67, 120.
Sharnford. R.I. 129, 138, 106, 176, 403, 404, 223, 226, 113, 234.
Rodington. R.I. 139, 127, 401, 75, 175, 187, 188, 189, in, note, 100,

III.
Leveric. R.I. 21, 356. R.II. 83, 389, 412, 447, 460, 11, 17, 97, 460,

39, 447, 451, 460.
Alsi. L.A.S. IV. 285, sqq. R.I. 2, 233, 239, 242, 347, etc. R.II. 12,

18, 29, etc. R.II. 39.
Waynhouse. R.II. 38, 23. R.I. 211, 220, 403. R.II. 401, 405. R.II.

4, 447, 36, 6, 97.
Beeby. R.I. 16, 106, 275, 223, 357. R.II. 461, 448, 461, 6, 447, 461,

156, 97, xxxvi, 133. E.L.W. 31.
Clowne. R.I. 309, 356, 320, 350, 352. R.II. 450, 460, 13, 16, 17, 27,

39. Ki, 158. R.II. 41, 44-46, 55. N.I. 275. Knighton,

II. i2¬Ђ;, 117, 125-127. N.I. 225, 276, etc. E.L.W. 24.

Knighton, II. 127. E.L.W. 28.
Humberstone . North i, 192.
Goldsmith. L.A.S. IV. 287. R.II. 404.
Herrick. L.A.S. II. 11, 43. V. 108. VI. 118.
Wigston. L.A.S. V. 175, 197. L.N. and Q. III. 268, 296.
Curteys. R.II. 300, 308, 449, 451. N.I. 373, 376. Antiquarian

Repertorj^ II. 241, referred to Ki, 234, note. Ti, 200. R.II.

464. I.L.I. II. 154.
Newton. R.II. 466. I.L.I. II. 387.
Nezvby. R.II. 448, 462, 256, 257.
Norris. R.II. 451, 449, 370. I.L.I. II. 390. R.II. 467. R.III. 119,

458. N.I. 553- RHI. 312, 354- Ti, 286. I.L. IV. 306.

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Stafford. R.II. 96, 43, 447, 461, 48, 391, 398, 399. R.I. 256, R.II

392. North 4, 37, 38.
Neuicombe. R.II. 466. North 4, 41. N.I. 552. R.III. 29. N.I.

391. North4, 45. N.I. 549. R.III. 55, 458. R.III. Hi,

96-99, 195.
Stanford. R.I. 168. Parish Registers of St. Nicholas, in L.A.S. VI.

345, etc. R.III. 267, 473, 55, 89, 458, 149, 94, 95, 326, 327,

179, 210. N.III. 51. L.A.S. VI. 129. R.III. 136, 169,

460, 169, 170, 171, 133, 134, 179, i8o, 187, 188. Thorold

Rogers, op. cit. 211. R.III. 266, 290, 336, 458, 459, 305, 297,

434.393.431,406,285. Ti, 292, 295. R.III. 394, 461, nofe.

N.I. 417, 418. Burton, 29. N.I. 425. L.A.S. I. 107. VI

292. See the Stanford pedigree in Visit. Leic. 160.
Ellis. R.I. 135. R.II. 373- RIII. 159, 459. N.I. 349. R.III. 215

N.I. 417, 349, 512, 426, 349, 350, 511, 313.
Morton. R.I. 27. R.II. Ixi. R.III. 141. Ti, 317. R.III. 352, 458,

459. N.I. 424, 349.
Gillot. R.II. 58. Ti, 187, 188. R.II. 464, 342. R.III. 46, 458, 305,

317, 459. Ti, 317, 337. I.L. V. 187.
Chettle. L.A.S. VI. 20, 21. R.III. 354, etc., 441, 306. N.I. 417.

R.III. 215, 354. Throsby, 94.
Tatam. R.III. 186, 188. I.L. V. 436. R.III. 113, 267, 458, 459,

332. L.A.S. IX. 74. R.III. 119, 173, 217, etc., 277, 298,

265, 267, 349, 458, 459.
Reynolds. R.II. 156, 465, 277, 278, 269, 270, 266, 269, 448, 449, 276^

295, 307, 333, 463, 452.
Clarke. R.II. 448, 258, 448, 462, 353, 380. R.III. 463, etc., 368,

222, 134. N.I. 441. R.III. 281, etc. R.III. 327, 346. Ti,

301.

XII.

1. King's Visit. Ki, 241. Polydore Vergil, op. cit. 561. Ki, 241,

note. Hardy, 409. L.A.S. II. 134. Brit. Arch. Ass. Journal,
1863, 110-120. Ki, 245, 246. R.III. 160, etc. Hutton, 145.
Archasologia, XVII, 1814, quoted in Larwood and Hotten,
op. cit. 116. Ti, 181, 182. N.I. 380 note. Throsby, 60.
Ti, 198. Ki, 245, 246. Throsby, 164. N.I. 449. T2,
128. Seven Strange Prophesies full of wonder and admiration,
foretelling long since things of late come to passe, some whereof
are accomplished in this year of wonders 1643. Printed at
London for Richard Harper and to be sold at the Bible and
Harpe in Smithfield. Ki, 249.

2. King's Fate. R. Holinshed, Chronicles, 2 vols, folio, 1577, p. 1423.

Throsby, 62. N.I. 381. Ti, 198. Harleian MS. 542, f.
34, published in Hutton, 218. Bishop Percy's Folio MS.
Ballads and Romances, (London, 1868), I. 214. III. 258,
259. Polydore Vergil, oh. cit. 564, 565. Bishop Percy's
Folio MS. III. 352, 362.' (See III. 320.) Ki, 263, 258.
Hutton, 143. Ki, 254, nofe. N.I. 298. C. Fiennes, Through
England on a side saddle in the time of William and Mary,
(London, 1688). N.I. 298. Hutton, 143. Evelyn's Diary, ed.
H. B. Wheatley, II. 64. Cruttwell, Tours through Great
Britain (1806), IV. iii. Bygone Leicestershire, (Leicester,
1892), 60. Parentalia, or Memoirs of the Family of the Wrens,
(London, 1750), 135, 144. N.I. 298 note. L.N. and Q. III.
128. Midland Counties Historical Collector, I. 272. J.
Speed, History of Great Britain (161 1), 725. J. Speed,

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Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain (ed. 1676), Book I,,
Chap. 31, p. 61. Throsby, 64. Mid. Coun. Hist. Coll.
he. at.

3. The Bt ^tead. Throsby, 61 note. Ki, 708. N.I. 380. Samuel

Ireland, " Picturesque Views on the Upper or Warwickshire
Avon, from its source at Naseby to its junction with the Severn
at Tewkesbury, with observations on the Public Buildings and
other Works of Art in its Vicinity," (London, 1795), 20, 21.
Hardv, 400 sqq. Hutton, 48. Throsby, 62 note.
Thomas Clarke. R. III. 464 etc. R.III. 341, Ti, 301. R.III. 424,
266, 215, 258, 212, 238, 277. Throsby, 103. R.III. 225,
263, 277, 327, etc., 232, 210, 286, 290, 291, no, 22s note 4,
277, 337, 345- N.I. 416, 417. R.III. 219, 345 etc., 221, 269.
Ti, 285. R.III. 232 note 2. R.III. 252, 350, 359, 351, 352,
370-372. Ti, 302, R.III. 369.

4. The Murder. Ti, 329. Ki, 708, sqq.

XIII.

Castle. T3, passim. Ki, 218, 202. Ti, 179. S. Gairdner, Letters
and Papers of Richard III, etc. (2 vols., London, 1861), I. 34.
R.III. 35. Peck, 1.70. A.A.S. XXVI. 266.

C?rey Friars. Hardy, 398.

Newarke. Throsby, 232. See " The Chantry House in the Newarke,"
by S. H. Skillington, in A.A.S. XXI. 421-440.

Walls {Town). R.II. 47, 79, 335-340. R.III. 223, 236. Peck, I. 70.

Walls (Mud). R.III. 262.

Gates. N.I. 450 note. Throsby, 355.

Ditches. N.I. 444. Throsby, 26.

Newarke. Hardy, xxii.

Brick. T2, 9. R.III. 241.

Houses. Leland, I. 15. Evelyn's Diary, II. 64. C. Fiennes, op. cit.
L.A.S. IV. 138, etc. T6, 64. N.I. 532, 556. R.III. 251.
Ki, 202, 203. T2, 264.



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INDEX.



ABBEY (LEICESTER) i6, 51,
69, 70, 71, 88, 90, no, 140,
202
ABBOT (LEICESTER) 9, 77,
86, 88, 91, 150, 152, 157, 158
ANJOU, Margaret of .162
APPRENTICES . .126
ARCHERY . . 3,205

ARMADA . . 67, 164, 168
ARMADA FEAST 67, 164

ARMOUR . X., 54, 56, 116

ARMOURY ... 6s
ARUNDEL, Earl of . 27
ASSIZE OF BREAD 130-133
AUTHORITIES referred to :



Bacon




185


Baker




186


Bateson .


5,25, 113,


128


Bellairs




20


Bemont


,


220


Bickerstaffe


17


lOI


Brentano




219


Burton 79,


116, 169, ziisq.


Campbell




216


Carte


10, I'


7,91


Charyte's Rental .


96


Coryat




188


CovJton .




219


Cox X., 78, II


6, 118, 217


219


Croyland Chronicle


177


Cruttwell


. 182


221


Doering 124,


128, 142, Zlisq.


Dugdale




219


Duignan .




213


Evans


. 213


214


Evelyn


182, 207


221


Encyclopaedia Britannica


112,


214






Fiennes


. 221


222


Gairdner


. 216


222


Gardiner


31.32,36,


122,


2i2sg.






Gasquet




220


Gentleman's Magazine


181,


189,215






Goddard




178


Gomme .




218


Green




220


Gross




219


Grosteste




ISO


Hardy .


203, zizsq.



Hartopp


76.


147.


203, 2]


zsq.


Heme




21


zsq.


Hill




21


zsq.


Hills






57


Holinshed 180, 185, 186,


221


Hollings




204,


212


Howard .






44


Hutton . 14


, 177, 180,


182,


189, zizsq.








Huvelin .






219


Ireland


188, 189,


222


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