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singe in the saide churche of S l . Michaell's for my soule,
and for the soules of my fader and moder, and my friendes
& kyneffolkes, for euermore. And I will & ordeyne, that
the sayde towe priests be alwayes chosen, receiued, and ad-
mitted to the sayd chaunterye by the sayd parson and war-
dins, and their successors, parsons & wardins of the saide

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594 APPENDIX. VL

churche of Sabicte Mickaell for the tyme beinge ; and the
saide towe priests to be honest goode men, & of goode name
and fame, & of honest conversation and condicon ; and
that they be at all mattins howers, masseys, and even-
songes, and at all other divine services & obsequies there
now used and done, and to be used and done. And yf the
saide towe preistes, or eyther of them, so chosen, receyued,
and admitted to y 1 saide chaunterie at eny tyme hereafter,
be unhoneste, or any vngodly or outragyous wyse behaue or
beare him, then I will and ordeyne that the saide towe
preists, or either of them, lyueinge unhonestly, or in any
ungodly or outragious wyse ruleinge, behavinge, or beare-
inge himselfe, be removed by the sayde parson and wardins,
and theire successors, parsons and wardins of the saide
churche of St. Michael's for the time beinge, from the
saide service ; and that another prieste or preistes, in his
place or their places, by the saide parsone & wardins &
their successors, parsons & wardins, unto the said chaun-
terie be chosen and putt in, in the maner and form above-
saide ; and so from tyme to tyme to be done, as ofte as yt
so happethe or faullethe vayde by the death of them, or
that they, or eyther of tbem, be promotid to any benyfyce
or offyce. Also, I will and ordeyne the revenewe and pro-
fitts cominge of the saide manor of Penthw, and advouson
of the church of Pentlow, w th th'appurtenances, duely re-
payere, sustaine, & meynteine the said manor, w* th'ap-
purtenances, & all manner rents and chargis thereof go-
inge out, pay and supporte yerely for ever more. And
that the said parson and wardins, and their successors,
parsons and wardins of the saide churche of Saincte Mi-
chall for the time beinge, pay yearely for evermore unto
the sd, towe preistes for their salarie, xx. tie markes sterlinge,



WILL OF SIR EDMUND MULSHO. 595

att the feastes of Xmas, Easter, Midsomer, and Mychaell-
mas, by euen portions ; that is to saye, to each of them x
markes sterlinge. And I will & ordeyne furthermore, that
the saide parson and wardins, & their successors, parsons
and wardins of the saide churche of St. Michaell, which
for the tyme shall be, withe a parcell of the revenews come-
inge of the saide mannor of Pentlow, w th th'appurte*
nances, yerely for euermore, in the churche Saincte My-*
chaell abouesaide, holde and keepe myne anniversarie the
daye of my deceasse ; that is to saye, in the even, dirige by
note, & one the morrow, masse of requiem by note, w th
tow tapers at my saide tombe, eache of tow pounde of waxe;
and that the parson have for his labour, being there present
in there obsequies, xx d , and every of the priests xu d , and of
the clarks xu d , and either of the church wardins xx d ; and
that there be disposed emongste xxiiij poore men and the wo-
men, the same daie of my anniversarrie, iiij s in money yerely,
for ever more. Also, I will and ordayne, that the day follow-
ing myne anniversarye, an account be had and made be-
tween the parson and wardins, and their successors for ever-
more, yerely, of all the receiptes, payments, & chargis, by
them hadd and done within y e yere ; and that all the mo-
ney that upon such accounts, from yere to year, over and
above the sustentacon of the saide towe preists, reparatyons
of the saide mannor of Pentlowe, w th th'appurtenances,
fownden & done, the saide anniversarie kept and holden,
and all other chargis aboue saide done & payde, remayne
the cleare, be put in a boxe, or in a chiste with tow lockes
and keyes, fast locked, for the reparacyon and new edefica-
tiones and sustenation of the saide manor of Pentlowe, w th
th'appurtenances and chargis aforesaide,in the saide churche
safelye to be kepte j and that the &aide parsone have and

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596 x\PPEND1X. VI.

keepe the one keye, & the saide wardins the other keye.
Furdermore, I will and ordeyne, that if the saide person
and wardins, and their successors, parsons and wardins of
the saide churche of Saincte Mxchcell for the tyme beinge,
at any after, by neglygent and slothfull, and fynde not the
towe preistes, nor keepe not the saide anniversarye, & all
other chargis abouesaide, in manner and forme aboue de-
clared, and haue no cause reasonable whereby they shoulde
be lettid or tarryed : tlien I will that the state, right, and
possession of the said parson and wardins, & their succes-
sors, parsons and wardins of the saide churche of Sat. Mi-
chaell for the tyme beinge, be voide & of no strengthe ;
and than I will and ordeyne, that the saide mannor at
Pentloive, with th'advouson of the saide churche of Pent-
lowe, and all th'appurtenances, remayne & turne unto Mr.
Tlio*. Bucksall, maister of the colledge of Fodringhey, in
the shier of Northampton, to have and to holde all the saide
manor of Pentlowe, and all th'appurtenances, to the saide
now master of the saide colledge of Fodringhey, and to
his successors, maisters of the said colledge, forevermore ;
so alwaies that the same maister & his successors fynde for
evermore towe preistes dayleye for to singe in our Ladye
chappell there, for the soule of me the saide Edmonde, and
the soules before rehearsydd ; & also hold and keep my
anniuersaiye in the maner and forme aboue writtenn,
and all other chargis and things, before rehearsed, do ob-
serue and fullfill yerely in the saide colledge, in manner
and forme as ys aboue specifyed and declared evermore.
Also, I charge and requier, and will that none of myne
executors, in absense of the other, in the execution of this
my testament and laste will, take upon them, nor presume
to doe any thinge w th out the agreement, will, and assent of



WILL OF SIR EDMUND MULSHO. . 597

them all, or the more parte of them; and when neede be,
they to take thadvise of the overseers hereafter named of
this my testament, except only as for the ccl markes be-
quethed and assigned to my saide sister Margarett Lang-
ley, and my cosen Richard Whytti'ell, in forme aforesaid;
and also all suche thinges as of right and very nescessitye
must be done in Callace and marches of the same ; the
which I comytt only, by this my testament, to my saide
cosen Rychard fVhytwell, in absence of his fellowship co-
executors with hym, wholly to execute and parforme. Of
this my present testament and last will, I make & ordayne
myne executors ; that is to saye, the wor" knight William
Oldehalle, Mr. Robert Wyatt, clerke, the saide Willm.
Mulso, Symon ReyJiam, and Rychard Wliyttivell, And I
bequethe to the sd. William Oldhall, knight, for his labour
in this behalfe to be had, xx L sterlinge, and a gowne of
fyne French blacke, or of puewke, and a furre with a pursle
of browne martirs for the same. Alsoe, I bequethe to the
saide Mr. Robert, Wm. Mulso, & Symon Reyham, for their
labore about the premyssys trewly to be done, xxl sterlinge
eche of them to have. iVnd to the sd. Rychard Whytt-
well, for hys labor, I bequethe fiftye poundes sterlinge.
And I make overseers of y s my present testament and laste
will; that is to say, the mooste reverende Father in God,
and my right goode lorde, Tliomas archebishop of Canter-
bury ; the high, mightie, and my full good lorde, Rych-
arde earle of Warwicke ; Henry Bourchere, knight, lord
Bourchire ; & th'aforesaid M r . Thomas Eborall, And I
bequethe to the saide most reverende Fader the Arch-
bishopp, xxl sterlinge; to the saide mightie earle, my
double harneys complete, that I had of the gifte of the
dolphin of France ; to my saide lorde Bourchir, x.il ster-



598 APPENDIX. VI.

linge; and to the saide M r . Tnomas Eborall, x L sterlinge.
instantly beseeching & desyreing my saide goode lordes ?
and requireinge all other of my overseers and executors of
this my testament and laste will, to shew and doe for me
in th'execution of all the premisses, as they would I did
for them in semblable wise one God his behalfe. Over
this, I will that an able preiste of conversation synge and
pray for my soule, and the soules of my fader & moder, and
of all other soules that I am in deade to praye for at Scala :
Cell, in Rome, by the space of one wholle yeare and xxx
daies; and, w th in the same tyme, I will that the same
preiste shale synge and praye for my soule, and the soules
afore rehearsed, a trentall in certeyne principall churches
at Rome aforesaide in suche forme, and at suche tymes, as
Saincte Gregoiy did, and as yt is there used and accus-
tomed ; for the which seruice so to be done by the saide
preiste, I will that my saide executors giue him a compe-
tent sallary, in suche forme as they w th hym conveniently
may accorde. Also, I will that my saide executors ordeyne
and doe prouide a gentill and a well doinge horse, w th
an harneys to the same ; and that the saide horse and
harneys, and also my chawferyn w th the whyght feather
for the saide horse, by my executors, for and in my name,
be giuen to righte noble lorde the earle of Marche, as for
my remembrance to his goode lordshipp. Provydid al-
wayes, that if any goods moueable, as well here as CaU
lace, and in the marches of the same, as in Englonde,
and my londes and tenements beinge in my feoffees
hands, wheresoevere they byn, will not suffice ne streche
easely to the performing and fulfillinge of these my
saide bequestes and will (as I trust to God they shalle), than
I will nd ordeyne by this my testament and laste will, that



WILL OF SIR EDMUND MULSHO. 699

my saide executors abridge and make defalcacou of parte
of all and every of my saide bequestes, wills, and ordinan-
ces, in suche forme as they shall eseeme most expedient and
behofefull to be done for the health of my soule, except only
the ccl markes bequethed and assigned to my saide sister
Margarett Langley, and to my cosen Ry chard Whyttwell,
and also the said xx tie markes to the said Johane at Fann;
whiche towe somes I will specially to be performed, and my
debtes payed. In wyttness whereof, to this my present
testament and laste will I have putte my seale, wrytten

and yearenthe day and yeare afore rehearsed.



TestamentQ Edmundi Mulso, militis, quo ad disposio-
nem tarn omnm et singuloru. manerioriu, terrarti, et tene-
mentorti suorQ quam omniu et singuloru bonorfl suonl
mobiliu ; ultimam suam in se contineQ volunt ap.te lect
p. dictti Edmundu sigillo suo ad arma sigillat. in p.sentia
testitl subscriptoru specialiter ad hoc vocatom.



iErat.



John Groue *\John JVryght

Robt. Wynnington iJohn Deley
John Pycharde I Willm. Toste
Radi Knyston (Robti. Leche
Thome Laverocke I Guuley JValmesley.
Thome Vsher J



600



APPENDIX. VII.



N VII.

CATALOGUE OF PICTURES AT WOBURN ABBEY, NOT MEN-
TIONED IN THE BODY OF THE WORK. Sept. 1810. P. 467.



DINING ROOM.




Twenty-four Views in Venice


Canaleiti .


'




LIBRARY.




Portrait -


Rembrandt


Daniel Mytens and Wife


Vandyck


Rubens -


Himself


Philip Le Roy - -


Vandyck


John Kupetzky - ,


Himself


Sir Godfrey Kneller


Himself


Michael Merevelt


Himself


Rembrandt -


Himself


Diogenes *


Salvator Rosa


Vesaleur -


Titian


David Teniers


Himself


Charles de Mallery


Vandyck


Franck Halls


Himself


Bartoleme Estevan Morelli


Himself


Tintoret -


Himself


Joannes Spellinx


Vandyck


Paul de Jode and Family


Vandyck


Martin Pepyn


Himself


John Steen -


Himself


" Joan Worevius of Antwerp"


Vandyck


Titian -


Himself


Colbert -


Champagne!



PICTURES AT WOBURN. 601



ETRUSCAN ROOM.

Landscape with Cattle - Paul Potter

Sea Piece - Vandevelde

Landscape with Cattle - Both

Landscape - - - - Berghem

Sea Piece - - - Vangoyen

Dutch Merry-making - - Teniers

Sea Piece - - - Van dc Capelle

Fall of Hippolytus - - - - Rubens
Dutch Feast - - Teniers

Fishing under the Ice - - Cuyp

INDIAN SILK ROOM. NORTH FRONT.

Fruit Piece over the Chimney - Snydeis

INDIAN PAPER ROOM.

Game Piece over the Chimney

FRENCH BED ROOM.

Landscape over the chimney

Ditto over the east window

-

Ditto over the west door

FRENCH DRESSING ROOM.

Landscape over chimney "

Portrait at west end. Gertrude Duchess

of Bedford - - Sir /. Reynolds

Landscape over west door
Do. over east door
Portrait at east end. Francis Marquis of

Tavistock - ' - - Sir J. Reynolds



602



APPENDIX. VII


:.


BILLIARD ROOM.








Inside of a Hall


Van Delcn


Landscape


Everdingen


Landscape - - -


Fynaker


Landscape with Bridge, &c. from M,




de Calonne's Collection


Ruysdael


Landscape, Cattle, &c.


Isaac Ostade


Landscape


Lingelbach


Sea-coast, Beacon, &c.


Woverman


Dutch Cottage, &c. (in manner of




Browers)


Teniers


Portrait of Cuyp


Himself


Sea Piece


Backhuysen


Landscape


G. Poussin


Landscape


Both


Madonna and Child, from M. de Ca-


Murtllo


lonne's Collection


Landscape with Ruins, &c.


Ruysdael


Virgin teaching Infant Jesus to read


Schedoni


Portrait of Descartes


P. de Champagne


Flemish Prize-Ox


Cuyp


Flemish Merry-making


Teniers


Inside of a Church


Peter Nief


Landscape ; the original in Lord Staf-


r


ford's Collection. Copy from


G. Poussin,


Lions -


Rubens


Flemish Twelfth-day Feast


Jan Steen


Horse in a Stable


Cuyp


Portrait of Lady Coventry


Gavin Hamilton



PICTURES AT WOBURN.



603



INNER DRAWING ROOM.



Landscape


Claude, copy


View of a Cavern


Salvator Rosa


Gallery of Paintings and Sculpture


Teniers


View of a Cavern


Salvator Rosa


Landscape, Mountains and Cattle


Berghem


Landscape. Extensive View of Fields,


Water, &c. with Cattle


Cuyp


Playing at Bowls


Teniers


Flemish Girl


Rembrandt


Dogs - -


Titian


Boy with Pigeon


Francisca Mola


Landscape; Hawking


Paul Potter


View ; Sea-coast with Traders, &c.


Wouverman


Sea Piece


Van de Capelle


Landscape


Claude


Fish Stall and Poultry


Van Staverow, a


Scholar of Gerard Dow


Landscape ; Ruinous Bridge


John Ascleen


Itinerant Tooth-drawer -


Andrew Both


Old Woman and Child . -


Teniers


Sea Piece -


D. Vlujer


Four Seasons


CRotenhamer and
^Breugel


Ballad Singers


Andrew Both


DRAWING ROOM. NORTH OF SALOON.


Landscape -


Wynants


View of Old Rome


Claude



604



PICTURES AT WOBURN.



Landscape


Wynants


Landscape


Poussin


View of Houghton House


Wilson


Landscape - I


Poussin


Landscape


Wynants


View of Nimegiien


Cuyp


Landscape u -


Wynants


.




SALOON.




Dccdalus and Icarus ~ -


Vandyck


Elizabeth (Keppel) Marchioness of


Tavistock


Sir J. Reynolds


Portrait; Adrian Panlido Parcja


Velasquez


Joseph interpreting the Baker's




Dream


Rembrandt


Sportive Boy ; Angels flying, &c.


Murilh


Abel slain


Rubens


The Israelites' departure from Egypt


Castaglione


Landscape


G. Poussin


Landscape


G. Poussin


Christ in the Garden


Annibale Caracci


Portrait ; Francis Duke of Bedford


Hoppner


Christ's Vision - -


Luca Giordano,


Samson's Parable " -


Guercino



DRAWING ROOM. SOUTH OF SALOON.

Portrait ; Francis Earl of Bedford,

eetatis 48. Vandyck 1G36

Anne Countess of Bedford, Wife to
William fifth Earl of Bedford, and
first Duke - - Vandyck



LADY JANE SEYMOUR. C05

Earl of Haddington ; from the Orleans Collec-
tion - . - - Vandyck

The Lady Herbert ; formerly in M. de Cahnne's

Collection - Vandyck

Albertus Minus, Dean of Antwerp - Vandyck

Person unknown, formerly in M. de Cahnne's

Collection - - Vandyck

Algernon Percy, Earl of Northumberland - Vandyck

Dutchess of Orleans - - Vandyck

Person unknown, in a rich dress, from the

Orleans' Collection . - Vandyck



WAITING ROOM.

Digby, Earl of Bristol, and Sir William Russel Vandyck
Louis Quinze, from - - Varho



OMITTED AT PAGE 482, 1. 3.

I now turn my eyes to a lady whose felicity consisted in Lady Jane
a different fate ; in being early cut off from the embraces of Seymour.
a capricious tyrant, whose inconstancy and whose lusts would
probably have involved her in misery, had not Heaven, in
its mercy, taken her to itself. Lady Jane Seymour, the
lady in question, became queen to Henry VIII. in 1536,
and was released from him, by death, in 1537. The por-
trait expresses the elegance of her person. She is dressed
in red, with great gold net-work sleeves, and rich in jew-
els. Her print, among the illustrious heads, does her little
justice.



COG APPENDIX. VIIL



N VIIL



ON THE DEATH OF THE COUNTESS OF SOMERSET. P. 174.

" Her death was Infamous : and though she died (as it
" were} in a corner (in so private a condition), the loath-
" someness of her death made it as conspicuous as on a
" house-top : for that part of her hody which had been the
" receptacle of most of her sin, grown rotten (though she
" never had but one child) the ligaments failing, it fell
" down, and was cut away in flakes, with a most nauseous
" and putrid savour ; which to augment, she would roll
" herself in her own ordure in her bed ; took delight in
" it. Thus her affections varied; for nothing could be
" found sweet enough to augment her beauties at first,
" and nothing stinking enough to decypher her loath-
" someness at last. Pardon the sharpness of these ex-
" pressions ; for they are for the glory of God ; who often
" makes his punishments (in the balance of his justice) of
" equal weight with our sins."

Wilson's Life of King James I. p. S3.



APPENDIX. IX. 607



N IX.



EPITAPH IN AMPTHILL CHURCH. P. 501.



M. S.

Optimis parentibus nunc tumulo conjunctus

Pietate semper conjunctissimus

Hie jacet

Richardus Nicolls Francis. /** ex Margar. Bruce

Filius,

Il.limo Jacobo Duci Ebor. a cubiculis intimus ;

Anno 1663, relictis musarum castris,

Turmam equestrem contra rebelles duxit,

Juvenis strenuus, atq; impiger,

Anno 1664, aetate jam & scientia militari maturua

In AMERICAM

Septentrionalem cum imperio missus

Longam I.s.lam cseterasq; insulas,

Belgis expulsis, vero Domino restituit.

Provinciam arcesq; munitissimas

Heri sui titulis insignivit,

Et Triennio pro preside rexit.

Academia Literis

Bello Virtute

Aula Candore Animi

Magistratu PrudentiS.

Celebris :

Ubiq; bonis carus, sibi & negotiis par,

28 Mail, 1672,

Nave praetoria contra eosd. Belgas



G08 APPENDIX. IX.

Fortiter dimicans,

Ictu globi majoris transfossus oceubuit.

Fratres habuit,

Prseter Gulielmum praecoci fato defunctum,

.; Edvardum, et Franciscam.
Utrumq; copiarum pedestrium centurionem,

Qui faedse et servilis tyrannidis

Quffi tunc Angliam oppresserat impatientes

Exilio preelato (si modo regem extorrem sequi exit, sit)

Alter Parisiis, alter Hagd comitis,

Ad coelestem patriam migrarunt.



APPENDIX. X. 601)



N X.



EPITAPH IN MAULDEN CHURCH. P. M7.

Diana

Oxonii et Eligini Comitissa

Quae

Illustri orta sanguine, sanguinem illustravit, Cecilio-
rum meritis clara, suis clarissima, ut quae nesciret minor
esse maximis. Vitam ineuntem honoravit, et prodeun-
tem ampla virtutum cohors, et exeuntem mors beatis-
sima decoravit, volente Numine ut nuspiam deesset aut
virtus aut felicitas. Duobus conjuncta maritis, utriq ; cha-
rissima; primum (quem ad annum habuit) impense di-
lexit ; secundum (quem ad 24) tanta pietate et amore co-
luit, ut cui vivens obsequium, tanquam patri praestitit, mo-
riens testimonium filio reliquit. Noverca quum esset ma-
ternam pietatem facile superavit ; famulitium adeo mitem
prudentemq; curam gessit ut non tarn domina familiae prae-
esse quam anima corpori inesse videreturj deniq; cum
pudico, humili, forti, sancto animo, virginibus, conjugi-
bus, viduis omnibus exemplum consecrasset integerrimum,
terris anima major ad similes evolavit superos

Anno salutis 1654, April 27, aetatisqj 58.
Ita gemuit Dominus Thomas Bruce, Comes Eliginjsnsis
et Baro Bruce de Whorlton, qui hoc monumentum aeque
sacellum

In perpetuam conjugis optimae memoriam

Erigendum curavit

Anno 1656.

2R



610 APPENDIX. X.

The following inscription appears under a busto :

Thomas Comes de Elgin
Baro Bruce de Whorlton
In comitatu Eboracensi,

Hanc dilectissimi patris sui effigiem Robertus Comes de
Ailesbury et Elgin, &c. filius unigenitus in extimo sacelli
circulo erigendam curavit. Medium quippe soli Comitis-
sae de Oxford uxori suae carissimae praedictus Thomas sa-
crum voluit, cujus in aeternam memoriam monumentum
illud centrale extruxit, quod et ipse et prosapia sua, fatis
olim cessura, eminus stantes venerabundi quasi contempla-
buntur.

Obiit Decemb. anno salutis 1663.
JEtatis suce 73.

Edwardus Bruce Armiger, Rob. Bar 15 Bruce, filius do-
ma Diana Henrici Grey Com 1 * de Stamford, filiae n n . m.
quinetiam Thomce Comitis de Elgin nepos a quo hanc Vi-
vendi rationem cum didicisset, gratus scholaris exemplo
suo docuit avum (ei vix paucis mensibus superstitem)
mori. Anno salutis 1663. jEtatis suae l7 m \



EPITAPH ON LADY KENT. 611



NXI.

EPITAPH IN FLITTON CHURCH, ON THE GOOD COUNTESS
OF KENT. P. 522.

Here lyes the Right Hon ble . Amabella, late countess dow-
ager of Kent, entombed by her dear lord Henry Earl of
Kent, to signifie her resolution to dye with him to the rest
of ye world, and to live after so great a loss only to God, &
the interest of this noble family. This she made good, by
her exemplary piety & regular devotion in her chappel ;
whereto she obliged all her domesticks, every morning &
evening, to attend her.

And, surviving her own monument 45 years, she had
time to raise to herself a more lasting one, by restoring the
fortune of this illustrious family, which she found under an
eclipse, to near the height of it's ancient splendour.

This she effected by her wise conduct & large acquisi-
tions, & by the advantageous disposal of her only son An-
thony Earl of Kent, in marriage, with Mary, sole daughter
and heiress of the R*, Hon ble . John Lord Lucas, baron of
Shenjield, in Essex.

To the concerns of her children & grandchildren she
confined her thoughts ; & fixed her residence at Wrest,
their usual seat; which she wonderfully improved &
imbellished ; continually adding to the profit or orna-
ment of the place, until death gently seiz'd her, Aug?*.
17 th , 1698, in the 92 d year of her age; & was here in-
terred by the R*. Hon ble Anthony Earl of Kent, her most
dutiful son ; who would have caused y s to be engraven,
had not a sudden death prevented him ; but it was after-
wards performed, in due acknowledgement of her great be-

2r2



612 APPENDIX. XI.

neficence, & to perpetuate her precious memory to all his
posterity, by her grandson,

Henry Duke of Kent.

Mary, one of the daughters of Sir George Cotton of
Combermere, in y e county of Chester, knight, first espowsed
to Edward earle of Derty, & after, to this Henry earle of
Kent ; who deceased the 1 6 th of November, in the yeare of
our Lord God 1580, and lieth buried at Great Gaddesden,
in the covnty of Hertford. In tender affection & good
respect of w h . lady, the said earle of Kent, her husband,
caused this remembrance to be made of her.

Here lyeth the body of the most noble, vertvous, &
worthy peere, Henry Grey earle of Kent, lord Hastings,
Weisford, & Rvthyn, lord lievtenant of the covnty of Bed-^
ford : ever loyall to his prince, assvred to'his covntry, kinde
to his friends, loving to al good men, & charitable to the
poore ; the first erector & fovnder of this chapell j who
deceased the 31 st of Janvary, 1614.






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613



Abbot, archbishop, page 324

Acton church, 26

Alban's, St. See Saint Al-

ban's.
Albert, archduke of Austria,

503
Allesey village, 188
Altar, Roman, at Chester, 1
Amphibalus, St. 301
Ampthill,49H

park, 501

Ankor river, Drayton's verses

on, 168
Anne, dutchess of Bedford,

daughter to Robert Car

earl of Somerset, her story,

496
Anson, Thomas, his amiable

life, 91.93
Ardbury hill, 394
Armour, great attention paid

to, 230



Arundel, Thomas earl of,
336

Ashmole, Elias, 1 80

Assassination, vindictive, 96

Aston-hall, 79

Aston, Sir Edward, tomb of,



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