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Mooreland Christopher, 332.
Moorin, Robert, 210.
More, Robert, 12, 15.

Dr. Thomas, 12, 15.
Morelli, Alcibiades, 164.

Anne, 164.
Moreton, Grace, 99.
Morgan, Richard, 269, 286.
Morley, John, 166.

Morphew, alias Streele, John, 132 (2).
Morray, James, 78.
Morrell, James, 196.
Mar^', 213 (3).
Robert, 213.
Morris, Humfry, 85.
John, 32, 55.
Katherine, 32.
Mary, 65.
Walter, 199.
VVilliam, 63.
Morrisby, Thomas, 149.
Morse, Charles, 165.
Morson (Mawson), Mr., 260.
Mortimer, Edward, 148.

Lawrence, 107.
Morton, Ralph, 184.
Mosey, Elizabeth, 4.
Mosse, John, 188.
Motle, Adam, 39.
Mould, John, 118.
Moult, Captain, 176, 191.



Moult, Henry, 173 (2), 176, 310, 341.
Mount Street. See St. Giles'-in-the- Fields.
Mulberry, John, 48.

Munden (Mundin, Mundon), Charles, 182,
196.

William, 17, no, 129.
Mundy (Munday), Sir E., 75.

James, 166 (2), 291.

John, 176.

Mr., 169, 293.
Murfey, James, 77.
Murray (Murrey), George, 165.

John, 108, III, 115.
Murton, Francis, 95.
Murtree, James, 82.
Music House, "the Mitre," 235.
Music Houses, orders as to, 241.
Mutton Lane. Sec St. James', Clerkenwell.
Mymms, South (Southmymms), 64, 71, 72,
83, 88, 89, 94, 135, 178, 213, 236,
243, 330 (2), 340, 342, 350.
Mymms, Robert, 70, 71.



N.



Nailer (or Naylor), Mr., 90.

William, 244, 245.
Napps, Joseph, 97.

Ursula, 97.
Narbond, Peter, 288.
Nash, James, 105.

John, 338.

Richard, 48.

Thomas, 66, 338.

Nattwood, , 35.

Navy, the, no, 119, 183, 352.

desertion from, reference to, 4.

" pilfering boy " sent into, 117.

pressing or recruiting for, 27, 129, 147,
226, 257, 352.
See Fleet.
Navy Board, the, 147.

order of, as to disabled sailors, 334.
Nayland, Alice, 41.
Neale, Elizabeth, 210.

John, 328.
Neave (Neve), John, 166.

William, 306.
Needham, Lucy, 34.

Mary, 318.

Thomas, 318.
Neither Street. Sec Finchley.
Nelham, Joseph, 97.

Matthew, 150.
Nelson, John, 261, 313.
Nelthorpe, Henry, 166.
Nerborne, William, 171.
Netherway, Jonathan, 183 (3).
Nevis, Island of, 133.
New, Abraham, 186.

William, 346.
New Brentford. See Brentford.
New Chappel, the, Charles Street, Long

Acre, 43.
New England, 187.
New Palace, pillory in, 21, 26.



384



Index.



New Prison and House of Correction. See

Clerkenwell.
New Way, the. See St. Margaret's, West-
minster.
Newberry, Elizabeth, 164.

Henry, 75.
Newcastle, Duke of, 271.
Newell, John, 42 (2), 333.

Sarah, 42.
Newgate Gaol, 5 (2), 6, 8, 20, 30, 31, 32,
4^ (2), 58, 72, 84, 128, 132, 134, 148,
156, 165, 184, 195, 197, 203, 205,
207, 211, 222, 226 (3), 241, 244 (3),
246, 247, 248, 263, 275, 277 (3), 281,
285, 286, 296, 308, 313, 314, 322,
324, 330, 351.
attempt to escape from, 330.
keeper of, 244.

*' Tangier," place in, so called, 244.
complaint from prisoners as to abuses in,
and orders thereon, 244, 245, 247,
248, 317.
letter advising hard labour for women
convicts in, instead of transportation,
296.
Newington. See Stoke Newington.
Newman, Humphrey, 326.
Richard, 33.
Robert, 177.
Thomas, 121.
William, 84.
Newport Street. See St. Martin's-in-the-

Fields.
Newth, James, 231.
Newthorpe, county Notts, 20.
Newton, Dr., 271.
Eleanor, 260.
Richard, 302.

alias Darling, Eleanor, 337, 340.
New Town, Mile End. See Mile End.
Nicholas, Mathew, 309.
Robert, 225.
William, 258.
Nicholetts, Charles, 306.
NichoU (Niccol), Daniel, 195, 213, 310.

Robert, 118.
Nicholls (Niccolls), Frances, 26.
Francis, 211.
Robert, 42.
Solomon, 293.
Thomas, 132.
Nicholson, John, 150.

Ralph, 132.
Nightingale Lane, 43.
Nixon, Thomas, 169.
Noakes, John, 123.
John, junior, 123.
Judith, 123.
Mary, 123.
Nobes, Henry, 200.
Noble, Benjamin, 149, 169.
Edward, 350.
William, 352.
No Man's Land. See North End, Fulham.
Norfolk Street, 25.
Norman, Edward, 93,
Norris, John, 298,



Northall, county Bucks, 36, 213.
Northampton Street. See St. James',

Clerkenwell.
Northljrooke, county Oxon, 71.
North End, Fulham, 12, 13.
Northfield, 177.
Northgood, Mrs. James, 200.
Northampton Street. See St. James',

Clerkenwell.
Northolt, 176.
Norton, Elizabeth, 163.

Katherine, 246.

Richard, 156, 169, 175.
Norton Folgate, 40, 81, 93, lOi, 160, 220,
261, 2S0, 290, 300.

watch house in, 64.
Norwood in the parish of Hayes, 9, 118.
Norwood, Edward, iii.
Nott (Not), Lawrence, 86.

Robert, 45.

William, 91.
See Knott.
Nowse, Edward, loi.
Nuemire, Henry, 266.

John, 266.

Sarah, 266.
Nutbrowne, Margaret, 44.
Nuthall, , 33.

Sarah, 350.
Nutt, Edward, 3.
Nutting, Katherine, 306.



o.



Oakley, Benjamin, 193, 196, 199.

Charity, 196, 199.

Constance ("Constant"), 193, 196, 199.
Oates, Titus, 143.
Oats. See Corn.

Oaths, various, reference to the tendering
of, &c., 26, 36 (2), 75, 76, 116, 128,
241, 250, 262.
Odell, Thomas, 327,

William, 53.
Offley, Elizabeth, 164.

Joseph, 149, T65, 177, 260, 267, 273,
279> 289, 331.

Mr., 160.
Ogar, Major, 39.
Ogborne, Thomas, 339.
Old Bailey, the, 100, 153.
Old Brentford. Sec Brentford.
Old Ford, 202, 276, 302, 323, 327, 330, 352.
Old Gravel Lane, Stepney, orders for paving,

47-

" the Cart and Horses'' in, 47.

" the Crooked Billet " in, 47.

" the George " in, 47.
Old Soho. See Soho.
Old Street. See St. (iiles', Cripplegate.
Oldfield, Andrew, 234.
Oldham, Elizabeth, 253.

Henry, 52, 86.
Oliver (Olliver), John, 194.

Mary, 201.
Oram, William, 309.



Index.



385



Orders in Council. See Council.

Orkney, Lord, 307.

Orlibeer, John, 139.

Ormond Street. See St. Andrew's, Holborn.

Orion, William, 225.

Osborne (Osborn, Osbourne), Charles, 47.

Elizabeth, 312.

James, 41.

Joan, 122.

John, 154.

Thomas, 122.
Osgood, Richard, t,it,.
Osland, John, 86.
Osmond, Rebecca, 160.

William, 43.
Ossulston, Hundred of, 3, 8(2), 10, 11, 23,
24, 27, 28, 36, 39, 42, 48, 53, 56, 64,
65, 68 (2), 69, 72, 91, 92 (2), 96, 107,
109, no, 113, 114, 118, 123, 129 (2),
131, 141, 145, 149(2), 156, 160, 165,
167, 16S, 169, 175, 178, 182, 187,
195 (3)> 213, 216, 217 (2), 224, 238
(3), 239, 243, 250, 255, 256, 257, 258,
269, 279, 284 (2), 286, 289, 297, 298,
302, 312, 314, 325 (2), 329, 330, 334,
339. 341, 350(2)-
Ossulston, Charles, Lord, 309, 323.
Outing, John, 76.
Outram, Elizabeth, 89.

Mary, 89.

Robert, 89.

W'illiam, 326.
Overffeild, Anne, 35.
Ovey, Charles, 160.

Jane, 160.

John, 160.

Margaret, 160.
Owen (Ow}'n), George, 168.

Hannah, 98.

James, 77-

Joseph, lyj.

Mr., 75.

Samuel, 97, 135.

Thomas, 47.
Oxenden Street, 77.
Oxford, City of, 321.

" Maudlin " College in, 71.

St. Martin's, otherwise Carfax, 291.
Oxford, Earl of, 124.
Oxton, Alexander, 51.



P.

Padbury, county Bucks, 323, 327.
Paddington, 123, 193, 318.
Page, Ambrose, 327, 330, 337.

Ann, 333.

Elizabeth, 350.

Frances, 350.

Henry, 113.



James, 333.
Jane, 82.

John, 31, 320, 333.
Margaret, 208.
Mary, 333.
Samuel, 43.



See St. Pancras.



78,



Page, Sarah, us, 350.

Thomas, 312, 350.

William, 5, 314, III.
Pagit, George, 34.
Paine, Andrew, 48.

Anne, 269.

Elizabeth, 269.

Jane, 269.
. Jeremy, 269.

Mary, 269.

William, 305.
Painter, Peter, 78.
Pakeman, William, 31.
Palatines. See Poor Palatines.
Pall Mall, 25, 34, 78(2), III, 115.

"the Star and Garter" in, 332.
Palmer, Charles, 48.

Edmund, 230.

James, 50.

John, 312.

Jonathan, 159.

Joseph, 78.
Pammell, Margaret, 227.
Pancrass, alias Pancrosse.
Panesford, P'rancis, 193.
Pangborn, William, 120, 138.
Panton, Nicholas, 229.
Panton Street, 77 (2), 298.
Papists, lists of, 17, 22, 51, 57, 76, 77,

134-
in St. Anne's, Westminster, 78.
in St. Clement Danes, 78.
in St. James', Westminster, 77.
in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 76.
in St. Mary-le-Savoy, 78.
in St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 78.
Earl of Cardigan, allowed to keep arms,

136..
complaint as to a school for, 192.
alleged conspiracy of, for the assassina-
tion of William HI, 152.
orders as to, 17, 57, 152, 154, 170.
French, orders as to, 147.
priests, complaints as to sheltering,

192 (2).
priests, orders for the arrest of, 192.
Order of Council for making a list of,
299.
Parcince, Elizabeth, 202.

Parish, , 267.

Park Prospect. See St. Margaret's, West-
minster.
Parke (Parkes), Elizabeth, 174, 276.
Parker, Edward, 15.
Joseph, 140.
Thomas, 319.

, 71, 305-

Parker's Lane. See St. Giles'-in-the-Fields.
Parr, Captain, 300.
Parrott, Alice, 173, 176.

Ann 123.

Charity, 207.

Mr., 156, 191

Richard, 155
173, 176.
Parry, Elizabeth, 87.
Parsons, Sir John, 281



158, 161, 164 (2), 168,



386



Index.



Parsons, Richard, 103.

William, 173.

Parsons, alias Roads, , 118.

Partridge, William, 340.

, 216.

Pate, Thomas, 52.
Patella, Angellat, 63.

John, 63.
Patten (Pattin), David, 251.

Robert, 304.
Paving, orders as to. See Streets.
Paxford, Thomas, 105.
Paxton, Benjamin, 128.

Daniel, 128.

Thomas, 128.
Payne, iMr., 182.

Robert, y^l.
Peake, William, 70.
Peale, Ann, 303.
Pearson (Peirson, Pierson), Deborah, 39.

Henry, 39.

Leonard, 79.

Mary, 135.

Samuel, 23.

Thomas, 35.

William, 125, 135.
Pease, George, 250.
Pegg, Ann, 255.

Elizabeth, 255.

Martha, 255.

Mary, 255.

Nathaniel, 255.

Thomas, 255.
Peirce, James, 33.

Lydia, 231.

William, 40.
Peircy, William, 51.
Palling, Thomas, 109.
Pendred, John, 197, 234.
Penhalle, John, 61.
Penhallock, George, 136.
Penington, William, 91.
Penn, Simon, 48, 117.

William, 70.
Pennell, Elizabeth, 18.

John, 61.

Samuel, 18.
Pennery, David, 302.

Edward, 302.
Pennluna, Ann, 131.

Elizabeth, 131.

Richard, 131.

Theodocia, 131.
Penruddock, Edward, 78.
" Pension Poor," badges worn by, 124,

291.
Pensions for maimed soldiers. See Soldiers.
Perceval (Percivall), Thomas, 183.

William, 153.
Percy, John, 92.
Perkins, Elizabeth, 205.

Henrietta Maria, 205.
Perrin (I'erin), John, 107, 180.
Pery (I'iery), Colonel, 79, 80, 162, 170.

. John, 107, 109.
Perry (Perrey),. Colonel, 102, 118, 197.

Elizabeth, 205.



Perry, Francis, 205.

Henry, 205.

Mary, 205.

Peter, 205.

Richard, 55.

Robert, 232.

William, 82.
Persfield, Edward, 96.
Peter Street. See St. James', Westminster.
Peterborough, Dean of, 328.
Pether, John, 331, 333.
Petworth, James, 27.
Pew, David, 50.
Pewry, Edward, 89.
Pewsey, Thomas, 250.
Phelps, John, 29.
PhiUips (Phillipps), Sir Ambrose, 31.

Ann, 83, 88, 89, 196.

Elizabeth, 83, 89.

John, 24, 52, 83 (2), 88, 89.

Mary, 24, 143.

Nicholas, 71.

Richard, 348.

Samuel, 173.

Thomas, 54.

William, 157.
Philpott, John, 56, 70.
Phipps, Elizabeth, 51.

Henry, 55, 224.

Mr., 224.

Robert, 9, 51.
Phoenix Alley, 77.

Physic Gardens. See St. Margaret's, West-
minster.
Pickance, John, 330.
Piccadilly (Pickadilly) See St. James',

Westminster.
Pickering, Eleanor, 126.

Jeremiah, 126.

Launcelot, 188.

Mary, 30, 126.
Pickett, George, 55.

Henry, 202.
Pick ford, Sarah, 300.
Pickleherring, Southwark, 35.
Piffe, Samuel, 173.
Piggott, John, 82, 118.
Pilate, Francis, 76.

Pillories, reference to, and persons set upon,
5 (2), 8, II (2), 20 (2), 21, 26, 30, 32,
33, 41 (4), 42, 54, 128, 132 (3),

133 (2), 134. 136, 139 (3). 148,

156, 205, 278, 281, 308, 314, 321,

346 (2).
Pinckney, Anthony, 38.
Pinkethman, William, 8.
Pingally, John, 226.
Pinner, hamlet of, 106, 135 (2).

meeting house for dissenters in, 300.
Piries, Andrew, 264.
Pitcher, John, 137.
Pitchford, John, 308.
Pitfield, Alexander, 169, 176, 177 (3), 178,

182, 284.
Mr., 171.
Pitman, Martin, 164.
Mary, 173.



Index.



187



Pitts, Anthony, 48.

Playhouse, complaint from the vicar of
Hampstead, concerning a newly
erected, 346.
Playhouse Yard. See Covent ( iarden.
Plenty, Francis, 333.

Mary, 333.

Richard, 333.
Plowden, Elizabeth, 52, 57.
Plum Street. See St. Giles'-in-the- Fields,
Plumer, Colonel, 329.
Plummer, Mary, 239.
Pole, Alington, 253.
Pollexfen, Henry, lord chief justice of the

Common Pleas, 30.
Ponder, Sarah, 318.
Ponder's End. See Enfield.
Pons, John, 350.
Ponting, Thomas, 257.
Poole, Jane, 122.

Richard, 47.

Thomas, 305.

William, 122.
Poor Palatines, Order of Council about the,

345-
report on what had been done for,

348.
Poor Prisoners, list so headed, 121.
Poore, Edmund, 11.
Pope, William, 321.
Poplar, 181, 184, 240, 294, 314, 333,

337-
Porter, Ann, 229, 231.

George, 66.

John, 107.

Thomas, 135.
Porter Street, 78.
Porter's Block. See Covvcross.
Portley, Maria, 108.
Portsmouth, 168, 289, 292.
Portugal Street, 78.
Portuguese Ambassador's Cnapel, 300.

Portwood, , 253.

Post, Robert, 208.

Thomas, 208.
Potter, George, 51.

Susanna, 70.

Thomas, 86.
Poulteney Hill. See St. Lawrence, Jewry.
Poultry Compter, the, 6.
Pounds, Captain, 14.
Powell, George, 48, 80, 82.

Mary, 268.

Matthew, 156.

William, 323.
Power, Benjamin, 331.

Charles, 237.
Powers, Arthur, 95.

Emmanuel, 95.
Powlett, Earl, 332.
Pratten, Charles, 43, 1 14.
Prendergast, John, 277.
Priestman, Mary, 61.
Prentice, Thomas, 246.
Prescott, Andrew, 78.
Prescott Street. See Whitechapcl.
Pressing. See Navy.



Presson, Robert, 52.
Preston, Viscount, 58.
Preston, Mary, 344.
Thomas, 47.

, 245.

Prew, Joseph, 298.
Price, Evan, 41.

John, 32, 233, 234.
Mar)-, 330.

Richard, 54, 73, 309, 323.
William, 18, 218.

, 194.

Prickat, Hosea, 329.

Philip, 329.
Prideth, Christopher, 137.
Priest (Preist), Elizabeth, 52, 57.

Thomas, 52, 57.
Prince, Giles, 123.
John, 72.
Robert, 72.
Thomas, 51.
Prince of Wales, "the pretended," 232.

persons committed for selling pictures of,
329.
Princes Street, near Clare Market, 156.

Upper Moorefields. See under St.
Leonard's, Shoredilch.
Printon, Ann, 342.
Pritchard, Hezekiah, 139.
Pritchett, Richard, 44.
Priltlewell, 184.
Pritty, John, 139, 143.
Propp, Jane, 82.
Prosse, Elizabeth, 319.

Protestants, dissenting, order exempting them
from penal laws, 310.
foreign, list of those who took the
oath, &c., 347, 351.
Pryor, John, 313.
Puckle, Thomas, 280.
Pudsey, Thomas, 351.
Pufford, Elizabeth, 270.

Mary, 270.
" PuUetry Compter," the, 6.
Pullin, Robert, 173.
Pulman, James, 37, 41.
Purdey, Alice, 292.
Allen, 289.
Elizabeth, 289, 292.
Thomas, 289, 292.
Purton, .Adam, 203.
Putney, 5, 10, 267.
Pynnell, Richard, 345.



Quaker Street. See Spitalfields.
Quakers, the, 43, 88, 193, 246, 341,

meeting house of, at Tottenham, High

Cross, 43.
Quarrell (Quarrill), Francis, 44, 46, 60.
Quarterman, Edward, 75.
Quartering and billeting soldiers. See under

Army.
Queen's Street, 77, 207.
Quin, William, "]"].

2 B 2



Index.



Quindon, Henry, 205.

Quins, Andrew, 77.

Quintin (Quinton), Henry, 85, 176, 190.



R.



Rackton [sic), county Sussex, 264.
Radford, William, 295.
Radlidge, Elizabeth, 230.
Ragg, Daniel, 100.
Ragould, James, 77.
Rainburrough, William, 36, y].

Rallins, , 71.

Rampane, Mr., 22.
Ramsey, Elizabeth, 255.

Ephraim, 255.

George, 255.

Jane, 255.

John, 250.

Margaret, 250.
Randall, Ralph, 132, 135.

Thomas, 291.
Ranelagh, Earl of, paymaster-general to the

forces, 148.
Ransome, Elizabeth, 10.

Robert, 10.
Ranson, Rathnall, 171 (2), 272.
Rant, William, 105.
Ranton, John, 42.
Rascoe, Thomas, 282, 308.
Ratcliffe, Stepney, 7, 9, 15, 18, 24, 80, 81,
82, 92, 93, 95, 107, 108 (2), 123,
138, 139, 142, 165, 166, 173, 176,
179, 180, 188, 198, 202, 207, 211,
222, 240, 264, 271, 282, 288, 308,

315-

Cross, 180, 331.

public stairs leading to the Thames
from, 188.

London Street, orders as to paving, 49.

"the Sun Tavern," pillory near, 134.

influx of poor into, owing to the
"present" (1694) war, 107.
Ratcliffe Highway, 46, 186.
Raven, Eleanor, 35.
Rawbone, Phoebe, 162, 164.
Rawson, Robert, 65.

Thomas, 55.
Ray, Colonel, 253.
RajTuond, John, 94.

Joshua, 90.

Robert, 253.

William, 77.
Read, Charles, 223.

Elizabeth, 38.

Henry, 328.

John, 38.

Joseph, 227.

Katherine, 233.

Meriall, 233.

Thomas, 313.
Reader, John, 93, 209, 220.
Reading (Redding), Francis, 6, 22, 316.

James, 35.
Reason, Leavon, 243.



Records, county, references to, 74, 166.

Recruiting. See under Army and Navy.

Recusants. See Papists.

Redding, John, 1S2.

Redgate, Rebecca, 321.

"Redoubt," unlawful assembly so called,

held at Exeter Exchange, 181, 182.
Red Lion Square. See Holborn and White-
chapel.
Red Lion Street. See St. Andrew's, Holborn.

Redman, , 272, 273.

Redworth, James, 218.
Reese, John, 221.
Reeson, John, 43.
Reeve, " Mistress," 132.
Reeves, Amy, 231.

Ann, 231.

Charles, 225.

May, 231.

Richard, 231.
Reit, Peter, 347.
Rendar, Thomas, 284.
Renew, Peter, 35.
Renier, Vincent, 44.
Renoe, Andrew, 78.
Rest, Mary, 120.
Reynell, Richard, 183.
Reynolds, John, 26, 28, 233, 259 (2), 272.

Jonathan, 289.

Margaret, 5.

Mr., 274.

Robert, 5.

William, 55.

Mr., 88.
Rice, Richard, 3, 8.

Robert, 6.
Richards, Abraham, 315.
Richardson, Ann, 310, 312.

Thomas, 310.
Richer, Peter, 249.
Richmond, i.
• " the Crown and Bunch of Grapes " at,
163.
Richmond, Andrew, 322,

John, 33, 42.
Rickard, John, 298.
Rider Street, TJ.
Rider, Richard, 276, 332, 343.
Rideout, Thomas, 188.
Ridgely, James, 337.

Sarah, 337.
Ridgill, Samuel, 333.
Rigby, William, 198.
Rigg, Mary, 237.
Righting, Thomas, 218.
Rigmaden, John, 51.
Rioting, reference to, 32, 241, 327.
Rippington, Gilbert, 252.
Rishea, Peter, 99, 132.
Rislipp. See Ruislip.
Roades, James, 218.

Lettice, 218.

Roads, alias Parsons, , 118.

Roakes, James, 122, 123.

Roath, Margaret, 207.

" Robbery money," order concerning, 65.

Roberts, Elizabeth, 286.



Index.



389



Roberts, Hannah, 294.
Henry, 77.
John, 63, 75.
Joyce, 63.
Robins, John, 2S, 29, 49, 59.
Thomas, 95.
WilHani, 95, 165.
Robinson, Anthony, 42.
Elizabeth, 176.
Cieorge, 41.
Jane, 351.
John, 106, 272.

Prebendary of Canterbury, 351.
Sarah, 106, 176.

, 244, 245, 246, 317.

Robleys, Anthony, 35.
Robson, Isabella, 348.

Thomas, 348.
Rock, Andrew, 78.
Rockett, John, 154.
Roden, Robert, 198.
Roe, Mr., 154.
Roebotham, James, 288.
Rogers, Francis, 7.
Henry, 85.
Jane, 285.
John, 52.
Mary, 52.

Richard, 93, 117, 246.
Robert, 31.
William, 30, 292.
Roges, Edward, 99.
Rolfe (Rolph, Rolf), Daniel, 35.
John, 166.
Mr., 196.
Robert, 7.
Rolls, Dr. Daniel, 43.
Rolls Liberty, the, 171, 313, 346.
Roman Catholics. See Papists.
Romford, 342.
Romney, Henry, Earl of, 253, 257, 260.
Rooding, John, 341, 342.
Rooke, Henry, 201.
Rooks, Colonel Hayman, 272.
James, 75-
John, 71.
Roome, Daniel, 155.

Richard, 294.
Roper, Henrietia, 51.
Henry, 130.
John, 95.
Samuel, 130.
Rose, Walter, 104.

, 282.

Rosemary Lane, 310, 327.

" the Shipwright's Arms" in, 113.
Rosewell, Mary, 6.
Roth, Margaret, 207.
Rotherhilhe, 194.

Rotten Row. See St. Giles', Cripplegate.
Rouden, Michael, 105.
Round Court. See St. Martin's-in-the-

Fields.
Round House, the, 4.
Round Houses, order as to detention of

persons in, 185.
Rous, Jervice, 77.



Rowe (Row), Caleb, 24O.
Francis, 329.
Sir James, 4.
John, 82, 92.
Samuel, i68.
Thomas, 80, 125.
Sir Thomas, 13, 66, 74, 75, 126, 156,

165, 297.
William, 92.
Rowell, John, 3.
Samuel, 31.

Rowland, , 259.

Joseph, 198.
Katherine, 259, 260.
Zachariah, 290.
Rowley, Edward, 280.

Richard, 113.
Rowman, Peter, 5.
Roxeth, 135, 171, 284 (2), 312.
Roydon, county Essex, 239, 241.
Rudyard, Alice, 168, 324.
Rufford's Buildings. See St. James', Clerken-

well.
Rumbold, George, 121.

John, 197.
Ruislip, 15, 47, 82, 89, 97, 135, 150, 157.
Rumball, Elizabeth, 319.
Katherine, 319.
Mary, 319.
Ralph, 319.
Rupert Street. See Whitechapel.
Rusholme, Robert, 78.
Russell (Russel), George, 48, 106, 141.
John, 113, 131.
Mary, 98, 180.
Robert, 309.
Stephen, 240.
Thomas, 235.
William, 135.
Russell Street, 77, 78 (2).
Ruth, Benjamin, 206.
Elizabeth, 206.
Sarah, 206.
Ryder, Martin, 152, 166 (2), 22S, 235.
Mr., 299.
Richard, 290, 291.
Ryder, 227, 229.
Rye, Susanna, 163.
Rymer, Thomas, 107.



Sabbath, orders as to observing, 23, 96, 218,

240, 247.
profanation of the, 23, 49, 57, S^", 59,

61, 64, 80, 218, 226.
Saddler, John, 323.
Sadier, Frederick, 32.
Sadler, Edward, 121.

John, 127.
Saffron Hill. See St. Andrew's, Holborn.
Safield, Timothy, 35.
Sailor, petition of one who had been a slave

for 10 years in Algiers, 179.
St. Alban's, Herts, 71.
St. Alban's Street, 59.



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Index.



St. Andrew's, Holborn, 6, 12, 36, 39, 43,
56, 71, 83 (2), 85, 86, 89, 92 (2), 94,
96, 98(2), 100, 103, 105, 112, 117,

118 (2), 119, 120, 125, 130, 131, 138,
141, 150, 156, 163, 168, 177 (2), 180,
194, 197, 215, 224, 230, 239, 248,
249, 252, 267 (2), 268, 274, 277, 280,

281, 286, 287, 290, 292, 299, 300,
305, 308, 309, 313, 323, 327, 330,

333> Y:,!, 34i. 342, 346, 350.

Black Boy's Alley, 94.

Charity School, 302.

Chick Lane, 94.

Devonshire Street, 136.

Ely Rents, 18, 28, 94, 177, 205, 224,
225, 235, 238, 239, 251, 258, 259,
261, 269, 270, 272, 274, 275, 279,

282, 287, 292, 303, 307, 319, 340 (2),
.342, 347> 348, 350-

Fisher Street, 322.

Hatton Garden, 18, 28, 35, 59, 60, 87,
94, 205, 224, 225, 234, 238, 239, 251,
256, 259, 261 (2), 270, 272, 274, 275,
279, 282, 287, 292, 303, 307, 319,
340 (2), 342, 347, 34S, 350.

Kirby Street, 256.

Lamb's Conduit, 305. Sec aL\o taider
Lamb's Conduit Fields.

Lamb's Court, 224.

Ormond Street, a new street so called.

Red Lion Fields, new building in, 224.

Red Lion Square, 16, 69, 313, 322.

Red Lion Street, 305.

Saffron Hill, 28, 59, 85, 87, 94, 99, 177,
180, 183, 224, 225, 234, 238, 239,
251, 256, 258, 259, 261, 264, 270,
272, 274, 275, 279, 282, 287, 290,
291, 292, 302, 303, 307, 319, 338,
340 (2), 342, 347, 348, 350.
See also under Holborn.
St. Anne's, Blackfriars, 174.
St. Anne and St. Agnes, parish of, 34, 35,

98.
St. Anne's, Westminster, 3, 22, 26, 44 (2),
48, 70, 76, 83, 90, 91, 95, 105, 107,
122, 136, 140(2), 145, 152, 153, 154,
159, 160, 163, 172, 193, 200, 204,
208 (3), 210, 212 (2), 216, 228, 230,
235, 242 (2), 256, 260, 261, 262, 265,
271 (2), 279, 283, 289, 292, 295 (2),
311, 316, 321, 329, 330, zy^, 340,

343> 349-
orders as to quartering soldiers, 257.
repairing pavements, 153, 172, 273.
almshouses in, 163, 209, 223, 254.
Castle Street, 230.
Church, 172, 212, 273.
Dane (Dean) Street, 226.
orders as to paving, 50.
" The Coach and Horses " in, 50.
Hall's Court, 346.

Old Soho, otherwise Wardour Street, 50.
See also under Westminster.
St. Bartholomew the Great, Parish of, 24,

35. 45. 299-
St. Bartholomew Exchange, 190.



St.



Botolph's (Buttolphs) Without Aldgate,
5, 13, 16, 23, 24, 35, 44, 46, 56, 60,
93. 97, 157, 164, 165, 166, 171, 174,
200, 239, 240, 250, 252, 272, 274,
311, 321, 323, 329, 337, 341, 342,
351. See also under Aldgate.
East Smithfield Liberty, 159.
Glasshouse Yard, 94, 352. See also

under St. Giles', Cripplegate.
order for a watch house at, 119.

Botolph's Bishop^ate, 193, 285, 299.

Bride's (Bridgett's) Parish, Fleet Street,
35, 47, 83, 106, 118, 164, 200, 202,
205, 207, 221, 233, 246, 269, 292,
330, 333, 337- .

Catherine's, Hermitage Bridge, 168.

Christopher's, Threadneedle Street, 333.

Clement Danes, 16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 31,
34, 35, 39, 42, 45, 54, 66, 67, -]}„ 80,
88, loi (2), 104, 112, 113, 118, 121,
122, 123, 126, 133, 138, 146, 151,
155, 166, 170, 174, 176, 179 (2), 180,
183, 1 86, 190, 191, 202, 206, 207,
211, 214 (3), 215 (2), 225, 226, 232,
233, 234, 237, 248, 250, 257, 261,
262, 255, 266, 269, 270, 271, 276,
277, 282, 295, 299, 305, 307, 312,
319, 321, 322, 329, 330, 343, 351.
Church, rebuilding of, 176.
Devereaux Court, 321.
Dissenter's meeting house in, 43.
Sheirlane, 115.
Surrey Street, 306.

Clement's, Cambridge, 308, 310.

Clement's, Eastcheap, 93.

Clement's Inn, coffee house, 45.

Clement's, near Oxford, 195.

Dionis, Backchurch, 97.

Dunstan's, Stepney, 305, 327.

Dunstan's Hill, 35.

Dunstan's in the East, 258, 304.

Dunstan's in the W^est, 31, 39, 61, 71,
109, 168, 210, 294, 314.
Bond Street, 346.

Edmund the King, parish of, Lombard
Street, 198.

Ethelburga Within, Bishopsgate, 92.

George's, Southwark, 35, 265, 277, 299,
302, 311, 346.

Giles', Cripplegate, 20, 24, 40, 66, 79, 80,
92, lOT (2), 103 (2), 107, III, 122,
138, 141, 164, 174, 180, 187, 188,
203, 205, 207, 213, 216, 235, 238,
243, 262, 264, 278, 284, 290, 295,
296, 299, 302, 314, 319, 329, 333,

350, 351-
Bartholomew Square, 202.
Blue Anchor Alley, 255.
Chiswcll Street, 71, 85, 160.
Glasshouse Yard, 31. See also under

St. Botolph's Without Aldgaie.
Golding (Golden) Lane, 83, 103, 314.
Grubb Street, 255.

watch house in, 309.
Hospital, 230.
Mount Mill, 215.
Old Street, 182.



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Sl. Giles', Cripplcgate, I'cst House, the, 230.



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