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allot to me, the more acceptable upon account of the more extensive ability of
doing good.' Tho' a native of S. Whales, he knows the speech of N. Wales,
which is reckoned the purer. ' I don't doubt to accomplish myself, through the
Divine Assistance, to discharge my Duty in every particular to the satisfaction
and Benefit of those I shall have to do with.'



Nov. 29-Dec. 5.] VOL. CXXXII, P. 163 — CXXXIII, P. 167 481



VOL. CXXXIII.

pp. 1-48. Notes on Robert of Gloucester and Peter Langtoft, made by

Hearne in 1724.
pp. 49-164. Notes, chiefly on printed books, lent to Hearne by Mr. Ward

in the year 1725.

Dec. 3, 1731 (Fri.). Mr. Baker, in a Letter from Cambridge of
Nov. 30, 1 731, tells me that Dr. Knight showed him a Letter from
Mr. Gale, from some that had been scrutazing [sic] the Cottonian Library.
By his account 160 volumes are burnt, a third part of the rest damnifyed,
and that more might have been saved, had not Dr. Bently taken more
care of his own Lumber than of the books. This Loss will put a value 10
upon copies; some few M^. Baker hath, not considerable; he hopes
I have more.

I have indeed copies of many papers from the Cotton Library among
Dr. Thomas Smith's MSS., otherwise I have nothing, I think, hardly but
what I have printed, excepting Thomas Otterbourne's Chronicle transcribed
at my Expense from that Library by M^. Casley, which I intend to print
after I have done with Hemingford's Ed, I, &c., now almost finished.

Dr. Stanley, that published the Catalogue of Bennett Coll. Library, has
been supposed to be the Author of a very pretty Book, The faith Sj- practice
of a Church of England Man. This, however, has been questioned, 20
& yet no other Author named that I can hear of. M^. Baker.

This morning, died of a mortification (two of his toes on one leg having
been lately cut off) M^. Combes, master printer of that side of the Oxford
New printing House where they print Bibles and Common Prayers. He
was in the 66^11 year of his age. [He was buried in S*. Ebb's Church,
Sunday night, Dec. 5.]

Dec. 4 (Sat.). Father Montfaucon is near 70 years old, as I was
lately told by M^. Carte. He is a man of a very strong Constitution, and
takes an incredible deal of pains.

M^. Dodwell, in his Discourse of Incense, gives an account of the 30
Author de Atitichristo, published under the name of Hippolytus, and
observes that the Author is an Impostor. His Observations on that score
are much such as he hath noted in the margin of his copy of Hippolytus,
that I have taken notice of in my Preface now printing to Hemingford's
Edw. I.

Dec. 5 (Sun.). M"^. Baker thinks the Custom I spoke to him of,
about praising ancestors, viz. Founders and Benefactors (wch seems to
have been the original of the odd speeches at Merton College, of w^^ you
have a specimen in M^. Wood's account of his own life that I printed in
Caius) is, or ought to be, observed for some private Founders. Such an 40



Dec. 2, 1731. West to H. (Rawl. 27 c. 318). ' You judge rightly of the
excellency of Lord Pembroke's collection of MSS., but my Lord's age and
business hinders a frequent access or perfect knowledge of them.' [See also
Diary, Dec. 6.]

VOL. X. I i



482 HEARNE'S COLLECTIONS [1731:

Oration they lately had in S*^^. John's and some other Colleges at
Cambridge, upon encouragement from D"". Green (Author of the Greenian
Philosophy) before his death & somewhat, he thinks, left by will for that
use, if that will do any service towards reviving the custom, in itself very
laudable.

Lt^ Oxford told M^. Baker at Cambridge above a week since, viz. last

Friday was sennight, that he had no particular account of the loss at the

Cotton Library, w^^ M'^. B. wondred at. But they are yet in confusion,

and there may be mistakes in M^. Gale's account (mentioned above) after

10 scrutanizing the Library.

Dec. 6 (Mon.). M'. West, in his Letter from the Inner Temple of
the 2^^, tells me 'tis still impossible to form any guess of our Loss in the
Cotton Library. They take what pains they can to preserve and repair
such as are damaged, and the Learned world owes this obligation to the
present Speaker of the House of Commons (Onslow), whose Industry
hath been very great. M^. West thinks the number of Cotton's MSS.
were 965, of w^li he says 780 are entirely saved; so that at that rate 185,
and not only, as M^". Gale 160, are lost. The most valuable, he says, yet
missed are the Saxon Charters, preserved in the Drawers, and the ancient
20 MS. of the Book of Genesis, which we must ever deplore.

Dec. 7 (Tu.). Bp Atterbury was Author of one of the Latin Versions
of Absalom and Achitophel. I know not who did the other, tho' his
name is somewhere, as I remember, in Ant. a Wood.

Trinity College Case in Oxford was wrote, I think, by M^. Cranck.^

Queen's College Case was written by D^. Crosthwait and M"". Francis
Thompson.

D^". Broxholme made an excellent speech to the College of Physicians,
as usual every year, on the 29**1 of October last. 'Tis much commended
by its Elegancy. 'Tis since printed in 4*0,

30 Dec. 8 (Wed.). It hath been objected that the late Bp of Norwich,
D'^. Lloyd, who was deprived, did not insist on his right when in London ;
the contrary to wch is quite evident, he there ordaining M^. Amy in that
great city in a publick church, as may appear from the Instrument that

Dec. 6, 173 John Clark, apothecary in High Wycombe, to H.

(Rawl. 27 B. 217). Writes that H.'s brother is slightly better; it was thought
his legs would have mortified, but he has some feeling in them. He would
like to see H. ' if business will give leave ' ; if not, would like to have a letter.

Dec. 8, 1731. H. to Rawlinson (Rawl. 32. 62 = 39. 152). Thanks R. for
his present. Has delivered the two parcels, one to Mr. Fisher for the Publick
Library, the other to Dr. Holdsworth for St. John's Library. ' I have heard
it said you are the Editor, and that by more than one, and they were Non-
jurors that said it, which I mention that you may see that 'tis not a very great
secret.' ^ Has called on the widow Fletcher ; she said R. had acted honourably ;
she would speedily order the books to be called and paid for.

Dec. 9, 1731. Rawlinson to H. (Rawl. 27 c. 153). Desires H. to keep
the books designed for Bodley and St. John's Library till further directions,
■* as it is not improbable some friendly passenger may do the kind office without

* Probably the Rev. Edward Cranke, Fellow of Trinity College. — Ed.
^ This sentence occurs only in the rough copy (39. 152). Ed.



Dec. 5-8.] VOLUME CXXXIII, PAGES 167-169 483

is printed with other remarkable Instruments relating to the New Con-
secrations, where appears the Instrument of D^. Hickes's consecration
and Dr. Hickes's own account of his going over to K. James II, and of
his Majestie's commission for continuing the Succession of Bishops, and
that he would own none but the Nonjuring Bishops for the true bishops
of the Church of England, should there be an establishment or settlement.



discovery. The Grubb Street is full of a piece said to be published concerning
you by Bilstone, despised by your friends.'

Dee. 13, 1731. H. to [his brother-in-law, Dean] (draft, (Rawl. 39.
152 a). Thanks for his account of Beaconsfield \^see Diary, Nov. 28]. Hears
that brother William is better ; ' affairs will not permit me to come over.'

Dec. 16, 1731. R. Mead to H. (Rawl. 27 c. 79). Thanks for the copies
of Cuius which H. had presented to him. He sends subscription money for
Hemingford, 17 guineas in all.



I 1 2



INDEX



Abbat, dr. George, 274.
Abbats Ripton, Hunts., 357,

361, 362, 363, 454.
Abergavenny, lord, 248.
Abingdon, 225, 296, 316,

320, 329, 368, 403, 421,

439. 474, 480-
Abingdon abbey, 286.
Abingdon, earl of, 403, 449.
Abingdon hospital, 321,480.
Abingdon races, 456.
Abingdon school, 28.
Acton, rev. Edward, 271,

384, 386, 397-
Acton, James, 384.
Adwell, Oxon., 478.
Ainsworth, mr. R., 102, 123,

182, 185.
Ainsworth's dictionary, 63.
Airay, Henry, 218.
Airay, mrs., 467.
Akeaian street, 94.
Alchester, 446.
Aldrich, dr. Henry, 323.
Aldworth, Berks., 340, 409.
Aldworth, rev. John, 1 76.
Alexander, Peter, 199.
Alfred, king, 33.
All Souls college, 66, 117,

234, 250.
All Souls, new building at,
, 288.

Allam, Andrew, 447.
Allen, rev. Thomas, 22, 66,

75> 92, 190)243,234,426.
AUestree, rev. Richard, 323.
AUington, Marmaduke, 65,

69, 77, 96.
AUington, Robertus, 373.
Alsop, Anthony, 55.
Alsyesholt forest, 211.
Amelia, Princess, 7.
America, Maryland, no.
Amersham, 62.
Anderson, mr., 5.
Andreae, Bemardus, 62, 63,

189, 248.
Andrews, John, 406.
Anglesea, earl of, 151, 224.
Anstis, George, 58.
Anstis, John, 35, 36,96, 104,

106, 112, 115, 117, 130,



208, 218, 223, 241, 250,
300, 301, 324, 374, 385,
391, 400, 411, 416, 420,

433. 461, 472-
Anstis, John, jun., 58, 66.
Appleby, mrs., 296.
Appleton, Berks., 382.
Arbuthnot, mr., 66.
Archer, dr. Edmund, 33, 41,

87, 103, 108, 192, 401.
Ardern (Arden), lohannes,

421, 423, 428, 429, 433,

439-
Armstrong, William, 428.

Arnold's Chronicle, 153.

Arundel statues, 153.

Ashburnham, lord, 469.

Asheton, rev. Ric, 21.

Ashmole, mr., 451, 457.

Ashmole's orders, 306, 341.

— Berks., 453.
Ashmolean museum, 86, 406,

417, 444.

— keeper of, 208.
Astell, mrs., 426.
Astrey, mrs., 55.
Astrop Wells, 424.
Atkenae Oxon, , 1 70, 2 1 5, 380,

382, 381, 414, 417, 423,

433, 450.

— spurious ed., 349, 353.
Atherston, 457.
Atkins, sir Harry, 6.
Atkinson, Arthur, 41.
Atkinson, rev. William, 41.
Atkinson, father, 198.
Atterbury, bp. , 1 2 8, 47 2, 474,

482.
Atterbury, dr. Lewis, 474.
Aubrey, John, 447.
Austin Friars, 457.
Avebury, Wilts., 84, 98, 99,

187.
Aynho, 471.
Aynsworth, mr., 68.
Ayscough, rev. Francis, 243,

261.

Bacon, lord, 62, 69, 169, 180,
181, 183.

— Hearne's estimate of, 46.
Bacon, Phanuel, 72, 74.



Bacon, Roger, 396, 393, 401,
403, 410.

Bacon, mr. Salter, 435.

Bagford, John, 14, 79, 317.

Bagshaw, Francis, 24.

Bagshot forest, 211.

Baker, Thomas, 9, \2, 15,
16, 19, 24-7, 44, 45, 52,
55,56, 69, 76, 77,83,102,
^35, 154, 164, 166, 170,
173, 178, 188, 194, 204,
218, 223, 235, 247, 263,
280, 286, 291, 306, 322,
333, 362, 393, 413.

Baker, T., how far a non-
juror, 312, 313.

— v^^orks of, 58.
Baldok, Herts., 271, 272.
Bale,John, 50, 147, 151, 162,

170, 173, 174, 178, 211,

251.
Ball, rev. John, 50, 100, 130,

131, 160, 365,451-
Ball, William, 130, 131,

451-
Ballam, dr., 115.

Ballard, George, 1 17, 194,
J98, 200, 320, 321, 364,
374, 400, 401, 408, 420,
434, 435. 446, 466, 469.

Balliol college, 343, 469.

— statutes, 213.
Banbury, 310.
Banner, mr., 451.
Banner, dr., 92.
Bannister, mr., 89.
Bardolf, Robertus, 467.
Barford, Warwickshire, 24.
Barker, John, 354.
Barker, sir William, 19.
Barker, alderman William,

19.
Barne-bishops, 97, 105, 109,

120, 127, 192.
Barnes, mr., 170.
Barnes, Joshua, 298, 306.
Barnes, Juliana, 414, 423,

425, 460, 465, 475.
Barnwell, Cambs., 474.
Bartlett, captain, 158.
Barton near Abingdon, 317,

320.



486



INDEX



Barton Blendish, Norfolk,

US-
Basse, Thomas, 32.

— Elizabeth, his wife, 32.
Basingstoke, Ric. White of,

162, 174, 310.
Baskervile, mr., 16.
Bate, rev., 426.
Bateman, rev. — , 66, 472.
Bateman, Christopher, 13,

17, 38, 90> 102,440,441.
Bateman, Edward, 326.
Bath, bishop of, 292.
Bottam, mr., 50.
Battely, Charles, 216.
Battely, John, 215.
Battely, Oliver, 5, 8, 215.
Battely, dr., 15.
Beaconsfield, 321,

— account of, 479.
Beauchamp, Richard, earl of

Warwick, 114, 206, 257.
Beauchamp, Thomas, 329.
Beaufo, sir Thomas, 94.
Beauvoix, William, 246.
Becket, life of, 99.
Beckett, William, 316, 320,

403, 421, 423, 429, 439,

451, 480.
Beckley, 72.

Bedford, rev. Arthur, 7, 305.
Bedford, Hilkiah, 131, 166,

370, 405.
Bedford, Thomas, 164, 166,

233> 382^ 389, 467-
Bedford, William, 59, 89, 90,

164, 166, 423, 439.
Bedford, mr., 471.
Bedlam hospital, 193.
Bedsworth, mr., 316.
Bell, Beaupr^, 10, 27, 57, 98,

255. 257, 263, 278, 406,

414, 432, 453.
Bellringmg, 456.
Bennet, Sarah, 56.
Bennet, dr. Thomas, 56, 65 ,

156.
Bennion, rev. John, 225.
Benson, rev. Martin, 2, 15.
Bentley, dr. Richard, 58, 75,

127, 170, 202, 434, 469,

473, 481-
Benvalet, Mundus, 416.
Beie forest, 211.
Berkeley, rev., in.
Berkshire MS., 427.
Bernard, dr. Edward, 296,

371-
Berryman, dr. 220.
Bettey, rev. Joseph, 374, 378,
Beveridge, dr., 212.
Bicester, 438.
Bigg, dr. Henry, 229.



Billingbear, Berks., 435.
Bilstone, rev., 207.
Binham, Joseph, 40.
Bishop, mr., attorney, 158.
Bishop, Jerry, 298.
Bittlesden abbey, Bucks., 49,

.75-
Bix, Oxon., 201.

Black Book of the Exchequer,

8, 18, 19, 78, 164.

Blackbourne, mr., 402.

Blackmore, sir Richard, 196.

Blackwall, rev. Anthony, 279,

295-
Blakman, John, 442.

Bland, Tobias, 362.

Blandford, marquis of, 321,

4.50, 4.=^ 2, 454.
Blandford, Dorset, 428.
Blanford, Henry, 88, 91, 98,

121, 122.
Blenheim, Oxon., 454.
Bletchley, 2, 57.
Bly, rev. Benjamin, 43.
Boarshill, 36, 42.
Boccalin, 73.
Bocking, dean of, 211.
Boddely, mr., 411.
Bodleian catalogue of books,

308, 373.

— coins, 361, 371, 372.

— Library strengthened, 326.
Bodley's librarian, election

of, 208.
Bohemia, 139.
Bokeholte forest, 211.
Bolen, Anne, 35.
Bolnest, dr. Edward, 450.
Bolton, Edmund, 441, 464.
Bonfoy, mr., 479.
Bonwicke, Ambrose, 396,

403-
Booth, sir George, 304.
Booth, Nathaniel, 145, 146,

205, 303, 308.
Borlace club, 450.
Bosehill (= Boarshill), 36,

42.
Botany, professor of, 54.
Boteler, Francis, 59.
Bourde, rev. Robert, 217,
Bourignonists, 404, 410.
Boushill (Boarshill), 36, 42.
Bouchier, dr., 22.
Bowdler, mr., 17.
Bowell, mr., 169.
Bowles, rev. Joseph, 8, 41,

119, 207, 222, 366, 422.

— death of, 207.
Bowyer, mr., 403.
Boy-bishops, see Barne-

bishops, 65.
Boyce, alderman, 86.



Boyce, sir John, 443, 459.
Brabourne, John, 149.
Bradgate, mr., 85.
Bradley, mr., 406.
Bradshaw, dr., 53, 248.
Bradshaw, John, 420, 430.
Bradshaw, rev. Nathaniel,-

43°-
Brady, dr. Robert, 85, 96,

149, 281.

Bray, rev. Thomas, 248.
Bray, Berks., 231, 456.
Bray school, 49, 199, 251,

261, 311, 322, 398, 413.
Braylesford, dr. Mathew, 265.
Brazenose coll., 469.
Bremingham, widow, 41.
Bridewell, 273.
Bridge, dr. William, 410.
Bridges, John, 92.
Bridges, dr. Ralph, 96, 97,

150. 152, i53> 207, 361.
Bridlington, Johannes de,

282.
Bristol, 284, 329.
Britton, Thomas, 317.
Brom, Adam de. 244.
Brome, William, 8, 90, 159,

259, 332, 339, 409, 455,

458.
Brome, family of, 282,
Bromfeld, William, 185, 188,

200.
Bromhall nunnery, 409.
Bromley, mr. Francis, 4.
Bromley, hon. William, 4,

416.
Brookland, Edward, 185.
Brookland, Jolm, 103.
Brookland, Joseph, 25.
Brooks, mr., 34.
Brooks, rev., 20, 470.
Broome, William, 261.
Brown, sir Charles, 433.
Brown, William, 477.
Browne, sir Thomas, 321.
Browne, mr. Thomas, 50.
Brudenell, lord, 235.
Brute of Eii^land, 90.
Buckingham, duke of, 5, 151.
Buck, Nathaniel, 266, 312.
Buck, Samuel, 266.
Buckley, Samuel, 82, 84, 141,

142, 472.
Bullingdon green, 171.
Burford, 152, 310.
Burgess, Daniel, 156.
Burghers, Michael, i, 444.
Burman, rev, John, 176.
Burnet, bp., 291, 306, 313,

406, 414.
Burnett, dr, Thomas, 77, 83.
I Burnham, mrs., 86.



INDEX



487



Burton, Edward, 22, 93, 426,

427.
Burton, rev. John, 5, 212.
Burton, Robert, 22.
Burton, William, 475.
Bury St. Edmunds, 15.
Butler. Adrian, 14, 18.
Butler, dr. (of Magd. hall),

470.
Butler, dr. Edward, 54, 307.
Bye, rev. Deodatus, 278,477.

Caius college, 222, 312.
Caius, dr. John, 195, 205,

30r> 338-
Caldecot, see Caucot.
Calvert, hon. — , 43S.
Calvert, hon. B. L , 86, 107,

no, 142, 371, 453.
Calvert, Edward Henry, 307.
Calvin, 161.
Cambridge, ceremonies at,

295-

— charter of, 475, 476.

— dei^ree day at, 301, 307.

— King's college, 114.

— magister glomeriae, 296.

— map of, 402.

— mayor of, 34.

— population of, 393.

— St. John's coll., 55.

— St. Mary's church, 55.
Campden, Chipping, 200.
Cane, dr., 322.
Canning, Francis, 254.
Canterbury cathedral, 219.
Capella, Martianus, 466.
Carausius, coin of, 320.
Cardanus, 212.

Cardift", 54.

Carmelite friars, 456.

Carte, rev. Samuel, 473.

Carte, rev. Thomas, 60, 62,
63, 77. 84. 87, 94, 100,
106, 143, 157, 167, 248.

392, 399> 471-3-
Carter, dr. (of Oriel coll.), 46.
Carver, rev.Marmaduke, 417.
Cary, sir George, 219.
Casley, David, 367, 368.
Catherall, Randal, 199.
Catherall, Samuel, 194.
Caucot (Caldecot), near

Heyford, 4.
Cave, dr., 333.
Cavendish, lord James, 386.
Caversham, 61, 74.
Caxton, 122, 133, 134, 148,

152, 210.
Cay, dr. John, 85, 176.
Chamber deacons, 274.
Chamberlayn, dr. John, 447.
Chandler, John, 56.



Chandlers Company, 365.
Charlbury, 3S5.
Charles I, 401, 407,408,412,
417, 420, 451.

— coronation of, 219.

— execution of, 334, 369.

— letter of, 61, 62, 184, 269,
302.

— projected marriage with
the Infanta, i.

Charles II, 422, 432, 434.

— letter of, 197.
Charlett, dr., 3, 8, 121, 142,

163, 164, 267, 443, 464.
Charley ( = ?Chawley), 474.
Cheapside cross, 41.
Chelsea, 181, 399.
Cherry, Anne, 267.
Cherry, mrs. Elizabeth, 93,

171, 172, 226, 321, 333,

369. 371, 381, 382, 395,

396, 452-
Cherry, Elizabeth, jun., 93.
Cherry, Francis, 112, 171,

220, 221, 228, 267, 398..

— account of, 236-9.
Cherry, mrs. Sarah, 180.
Cherry, William, 238, 435.
Chester, bishop of. 108.
Cheyney, rev. William, 296.
Cheyney lane, Headington,

316.
Child, mr., 462.
Chilswell, 42, 474.
Chishull, Edmund, 8, 63,

i3i> 163, 445.
Cholmondeley, Seymour, 1 28,

134. I5i> 158, 169, 24S,

313. 388.
Christ Church, Oxford, 453,

457-
Chronicon Abendonense, 380.

Chuyt forest, 211.

Cirencester, 434.

Clare, Herts., 68.

Clarendon, lord, 405.

Clarendon's history, 75.

Clapham, John, 475.

Clarke, dr., of St. James's,

3.^5, 384-
Clarke, dr. George, 53.
Clark, Samuel, 26.
Clarke, lady, 53.
Clavering, dr. Robert, 65.
Clements, Henry, 181.
Clements, Richard, 439, 465.
Clifton, mr., 419.
Clonfert, bp. of, 146.
Clothall, Herts., hospital of,

272, 273.
Cockman, Thomas, 9, 129,

132, 163, 382.
Coins, British, 19.



Colchester, 193.

Cole, mr., apothecary, 213.

Cole, Benjamin, 107, 206.

Coleraine, lord, 126, 423.

Coleraine, lady, 424.

Colley, mr., 59.

Collins, mr., 329, 330, 423,

424.
Collins, Arthur, 438.
Colvill, mr., 408.
Combes, mr., printer, 131,

481.
Combes, Charles, 389.
Combes, John, basket-
maker, 46.
Complin, mr., 202.
Congregation house, 244.
Conjurers, 445.
Constable, Cuthbert, 318,

320, 325, 328, 330-2, 346,

351-5, 372, 390. 402, 403,

422,423, 433.
Constable, family of, 331,

332.
Conybeare, rev. John, 8,315,

316, 436.
Cookham, Berks., 233,
Cooper, Catherine, 7.
Coppin, mr., 68.
Cordell, sir William, 215,

230.
Corinium, 434.
Cornbury, lord, 74.
Cornelius, mr., 445.
Corpus Christi college, 243,

261, 340.
Corsellis, Nicholas, 14, 235,

270, 394-
Cotton, sir Robert, 96, 470.
Cotton library, 347.

— fire at, 469, 470, 471, 473,
476, 478, 4S1, 482.

Cottrell, sir Clement, 185,

3 86.
Coventry, 146, 247.
Coventry, hospitalofSt. John,

3.4-
Coventry priory, 457.

Cowley, 223.
Cox, Nicholas, 415.
Cox, Peter, 346, 430.
Cox, dr. Thomas, 346.
Coxed, rev. John, 241.
Cranck (Cranke), mr., 482.
Crawshaw, mr., 316, 348.
Creak (Creyk), rev., 324,

405-
Creyk, mr., 330.
Cripps, dr. Samuel, 382.
Cricklade, 163.

— school, 112.
Croke, John, 449.
Croke, col. Unton, 224.



488



INDEX



Crooke, John, 33.
Crosthwait, dr. Thomas,

439. 4S2.
Cross, the sign of, 38.
Crossley, John, 132.
Croxal, dr., 242, 243, 250.
Croydon, parsonage, 220.
Crynes, mr., 46, 412.
Cuddesdon, 78.
Cudworth, rev. John, 217.
Culham, Oxon., 404.
Cumnor, 92.

Curson,sir Francis, 158, 317.
Customs of London, see

London.

Dale, mr., 114.
d'Aubaix, marquis, 62, 78.
Daventre, Willelmus de, 244.
Davis, Charles, 180.
Davison, rev. Jonathan, 340.
Davys, John, 421.
Dawson, dr., 95.
Deacon, rev. Thomas, 448.
Dean, Daniel, 401, 424.
De la Mare, lord, 304,
Delaune, dr. Will, 5, 16.
Deloraine, lord, 370.
Denison, mr., 76.
Derham, rev. William, 299,

480.
Dering, mr., 8.
Deulacres, Staffordshire, 436.
Devereux, hon. Robert, 364.
Dewes, sir Simonds, 18, 26,

55, 64, 71, 74, 96, 172,

179, 181, 211.
Dicherley forest, 211.
Dig by, sir Kenelm, 23.
Dingley, rev. Charles, 73, 74.
Dingley, rev. William, 73.
Dobson, dr. John, 229.
Dobson, dr. William, 1 20, 42 7.
Dodsworth, Roger, 12, 253,

263.
Dodsworth MSS., 404, 406,

433.
Dodwell, mr., lawyer, 29.
Dodwell, rev. Henry, 130,

142, 154, 236, 322, 341,

371, 417, 426, 452, 481.
Dodwell, Henry, jun., 247.
Dodwell, William, jun., 202,

217, 265.
Domesday Book, 78, 95, 101,

133-
Dorchester, Oxon., 6.
— inscription at, 427, 428,

436, 43S. 4.39. 440, 447,

449. 4.'i2, 462.
Dormer, lord, 171.
Douai, 355.
Doughtie, rev. Henry, 319.



Doughty, mr., 330.
Douglas, John, 70.
Dovvnes, Theophilus, iiS,

130.
Drake, Francis, 192, 230,

249, 296, 345.
Drake, M. G., 10, 63, 69.
Drake, dr. Samuel, 448.
Drum, John, 246.
Drum, Michael, 288.
Dublin, 394.

Ducket, George, 363, 377.
Dugdale, sir, 160.
Dunbar, lord, 330.
Duncan, Robert, 441.
Dunch, major, 225.
Dunche family, 452.
Dunconibe, mr., 468.
Duncombe, sir Charles, 94.
Dunmow, 418.
Durandus, 415, 4x6, 433,

445> 454, 466.
Durant, mr., 148.
Durham abbey, MS. of, 436.
Durham, bp. of, 345.
Durham, statutes of, 216.
Durham, Simeon of, 382, 389.
Durham, rev. — , 280.
Dyer, rev. Richard, 343, 362.

Eachard, Laurence, 298, 346.
Ealing, Middlesex, 116.
Earbury, mr., 73, 77.
Eaton college, 197, see Eton

coll.
Eaton, Ric, 9.
Eccleston, Thomas, 9.
Echard, rev. Lawrence, 334.
Edward II, 38.

— the wardrobe of, 209.
Edward III, 449.
Edward VI, 24, 212.
Eedes, rev. — , 321.
Elizabeth, queen, 267.
Elliot, sir John, 5.
Elwys, capt., 178.
Ely, abbey of, 343, 458.

— MS. of, 334-6.
Erdebury, prior de, 4.
Essex, history of, 338.
Essex, Elizabeth, countess of,

218.
Eton college, 144, 197, 220,

284, 285.
Eversley forest, 211.
Evesham, monk of, 86.
Ewelme almshouse, 398.
Exchequer, Red Book of, 4.

— see Black Book.
Eynsham, 443, 452, 459.
Eynsham abbey, 81, 266.

300, 444.
Eyston, Charles, 14, 363.



Fairer, rev. Humfrevile, 321.
Fairford, 142, 325.
Farr, rev. Thomas, 116.
Faringdon, Berks., 413, 440.
Farthingstone, Northants.,

327-
Fastolf, sir John, 389.
Fell, bp., 132,323,328, 393.
Felton, dr., 17, 104, 150,

412, 467.
Fenny Stratford, 216, 462.
Fenton West, 73, 79.
Ferrar, Nicholas, 267, 316,

348, 350, 40O5 402, 459,

479-
Ferrar, rev. Thomas, 477,

478.
Fever, the new, 56, 97, 106.
Field, Thomas, 228.
Finch, dr., 4.
Finch, Francis, 417.
Finch, Joanna, 112.
Finch, John, 171, 236.
Findall, William, 61, 433.
Finmore, mr., 51.
Finmore, rev. James, 342.
Fleming, Abraham, 475.
Fletcher, Stephen, 231, 260.
Fog^s Journal, 102.
Folkes, Martin, 392-5, 429,

433-
Ford abbey, 159, 177,
Fordun, 133, 210.

— MS. of, 96.
Fothergill, Marmaduke, 39,

42, 43, 230,459,460,468.
Fountains abbey, cartulary

of, 270.
Fox, rev. Fr., 2.
Foxcombe, 97.
Franciscan Friars, 457.
Franck, rev. Ralph, 416.
Frewin, rev. — , 325.
Frewin, dr., 6, 452.
Freind, dr. John, 6, 7, 11,

46, 47, 58, 71, 84-

— death of, 38.
Freind, dr. Robert, 128.
Freke, sir Percy, 9.
Frieind, dr. John, j^£ Freind.
Frinsham, rev. Henry, 93,

220, 226, 369, 448.
Frumentarius, lohannes, 419.
Frumentell forest, 211.
Fulham, Piers of, 76.
FuUerton, dr. William, 5, 17,

40, 72, 193, 255,345,440,

444, 463' 458, 466.
Fulman, mr., 267.
Furney, Richard, 78, 170,

206, 213, 215.
Fust, lohannes, 466.
Fyndal, mr., 120.



INDEX



489



Fyndall, mrs., 36.

Fynes, rev. James, 208, 407.
Fynkleye forest, 211.
Fysher, rev. Robert, 207.

Gagnier, mr., 76.

Gale, dr., 148,

Gale, Roger, 1 7, 36, 1 19, 133,

168, 263, 270, 342, 415.
Gale, Samuel, 50, 51, 59, 66,

82, 160, 329, 339,404.
Gandy, rt. rev. Henry, 451.
Gardiner, dr. Bernard, 3.
Gardiner, rev. Edward, 150.
Gardiner, Gilbert, 337.
Garter, order of, 416.
Garthwait, Tim, 405.
Gascoigne, Thomas, 49, 175,

224, 264, 285, 292, 294,

367, 371-
Gastrel, dr., 65.
Gataker, rev. Thomas, 454.
Gavestone, Piers, 138.
Gawen, mr., 51.
George II, 10, 133, 450.
Gerard's Cross, 316.
Gibson, bp. Edmund, 70,

234. 345-

Gibson, George, 327.

Gibson, rev. James, 16, 29,
31, 44, loi, 103, 142, 154,
196, 215, 222, 284, 285,



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