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<plain_text><page sequence="1">INDEX, ?-??? Aaron, father of Belia, 92. Aaron, father of Bonamy, 92. Aaron, father of Elias, 92. Aaron, son of Benedict of Winchester, 86. Aaron, of Oaerleon, 91, 92. Aaron, father of Cok, 105. Aaron, son of Cresseof Winchester, 88. Aaron, son of Elias, 94. Aaron, son of Elias le Blund, 92. Aaron, son of Isaac of Worcester, 92. Aaron, son of Josce, 91. Aaron, son of Josce of Oaerleon, 87. Aaron, father of Josce G-ilberc, 88. Aaron, of London, father of Vives, 102. Aaron, father of M nser, 97. Aaron, Master, father of Moses le Petyt, 88. Aaron, son of Peytevyn, 88. Aaron, father of Salomon, 91. Aaron, son of Slemme, 97. Aaron, son of Vives, 88. Aaron, of Winchester, 88. Aaron, of Worcester, father of Isaac, 101. Aaron, Barney, 2. Ab, month of, 49. Abba de Dogestrete, 89. Abbey G-ate, principal entrance to Mona? stery at Bury St. Edmunds, 116. Abbeygate Street, 117. Abdoui Medjid, Sultan of Turkey, grants Sir Moses Montefiore firman proclaim? ing innocence of Jews, 169. Abendanon, Joseph ben Jacob, 143; his autograph work: "The Book of the Three Vine Branches," 145 ; descrip? tion prefacing his book, 146 ; comes to London end of 17th century, 147. Abanlanon dos la Hagasa, Moses, names on cover of Abendanon's work, 146. Aberdeenshire, 158. Abib, first month of year of the Torah, 56, 57. Abingdon, Abbot of, 101. Abraham, of Exeter, 91. Abraham, the Jew, son of Moses the Jew, heir to Musick House, 123. Abraham's Hawle (Hall), 123. Abraham Badecock, father of Salomon, 104. Abraham, son of Belia, 100. Abraham Chaplain, 92. Abraham Cokerel, 102. Abraham, son of Cressant, 102. Abraham, son of Dyay, 94. Abraham, son of Elias, 94. Abraham, son of Isaac, 91. Abraham, Israel, 109, 133-140. Abraham, father of Jacob, 94. Abraham, of Kent, father of Lumbard, 104. Abraham Levi, 94. Abraham, of Marlborough, father of Sadekyn, 104. Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra, Jewish scholar who visited England in 12th</page><page sequence="2">198 INDEX. century, 47 ; Reference to Essays on, by M. Friedl?nder, 48 ; his Yesod Mora, 49; Discussion re his Yesod Mora, 50 ; his "Letter of Sabbath," 52 ; his dream, 53, 54 ; his Essays, 56, 57 ; his criticisms re biblical passages on Sab? bath, 58 ; his death, and story in con? nection with, 59 ; his last words, 60; reference to his Commentary on Gen. (viii. 22), 64, 66; reference to his Commentary on Genesis (xxxii. 32), 67. Abraham, son of Miles, 91. Abraham, father of Moses, 92. Abraham Motonn, 97. Abraham Pervas, of Bedford, husband of Popeline, 89. Abraham, Rabbi, son of R. Hiyya Ha Nasi; his Sefer ha-Ibbur, 55, 66. Abraham, of Rising, father of Isaac, 99. Abraham, the Sefardi, 49. Abraham, son of TJrsellus of York, 99. Abrahams, Mr. Israel, 2 ; paper on Paul of Burgos in England, 149-152. Abrahams, Mr. B. Lionel, paper on con? dition of Jews in England at time of Expulsion, 76-84. Abulafia, Michael Bolaffl, musical di? rector to late Duke of Cambridge, 1. Abudraham, reference to, 67. Ack, Adam, 96. Ada, R., his theory of t'kufoth, 57 : re? ference to his tekufa, 66. Adam, 154. Adam de la Holiloma3, 104. Adam le Eseryveyn, father of Johanna, 91. Adar, 70 ; burial of Queen Mary on 28th of, 144 ; Moses Athias' work written in month of, 147. Adler, family of, 160. Adler, Elkan N., 141 ; his lecture re " Hebrew Elegies on English Monarchs," 141-148. Admiralty, Petition to the Judge of the, 30 ; ibid., 31; Court of, 32-34 ; Com? mittee of the, 35 ; Court, Judges of the, 37. Adolphus, Michael, 159. Agen, officer appointed as judge of Jews in (reference to), 171, 175; Seneschal of, 175 (Doc. 9); Treasurer of, ibid. Agnes la Gra, 105. Aguilar, de, family, 159. Aiquardus Forconis frater, 177 (Doc. 13). Albertus Medici, 175 (Doc. 9). Alcy, wife of Mosiac Bandon (tomb? stone inscription), 113. Aldate, parish of St., 101. Aldgate, 122. Alemanda, 173 (Doc. 3). Alexander, Levi, of Colchester, 109, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139. Alexandria, Sir Moses Montefiore in, 169. Alguadez, Meir, Physician and Rabbi of Castile, tortured to death by command of his former friend and colleague Paul de Burgos, 149. "Alhaze," name on cover of Abendanon's work, 146. Ali Mahommed, Pasha of Egypt: grants Sir Moses Monteflore's request for honourable release of Jews, 169. Alice, wife of Nich' de Ostre, 96. Alisaundre, Johannes, 104. Almaricus de Crodonio (Credonio), 176 (Doc. 12), 177 (Doc. 13), 178 (Doc. 14), 179 (Doc. 17). Almosnino, Isaac, Rabbi, 146. Alonzo de Fonseca Meza, 19. Amite, widow of Samuel son of Moses, 91. Amitecote of Exeter, 91. Amsterdam, 17, 18. Amsterdam, Pieter Trip and Co., mer? chants of, 24. Amsterdam, John Lopes Chillon and Phelipe van Hulten, merchants of, 36.</page><page sequence="3">INDEX, 199 Amsterdam, Joseph ben Jacob Abenda non's MS. written in, 1690, 145. Amsterdam, visited by Abendanon, 146. Amsterdam, Samson da Costa Athias lived in, 147, 148. Amsterdam, Henriques de Castro's ac? count of Cemetery at, 155. Amsterdam, Cemeteries in, 158. Ancona, Levantine synagogue at, 162. Andrade, Marrano family; arms regis? tered in this country, 159. Andrew, Prior and Monastery of St., 98. Angleterre, 49, 53, 55 ; substitution of "Arnon" or " Aragon" for, 59. Anglo-Israelites, 158. Anglo-Je wish Song-writers of present century, 1. Anglo-Jewish Musicians of Pre-expulsion period, 1. Anglo-Jewish song-writers, lecture by Rev. F. L. Cohen, 1-6. Anglo-Jewish History, 78, 84. Anglo-Je wish Historical Exhibition, re? ference to papers read at the, 104. "Anglo-Jewish Coats of Arms," by Lucien Wolf, 153-165. Anne, Queen, 141. Ansell, Ansell, of Ipswich, 109, 134-138. Ansell, David, 136, 138. Anteman, Rose, 97. Antere, 91. Aquitania (G-uienne), 170, 172 (Doc. 2), 173 (Doc. 3), 177 (Doc. 13). Aquitania, Edwardus, Duke of, 85. " Aragon," substitution of for Angleterre, 59. Ardre, Elias de, 92. Armorial Bearings, Jewish, inaccuracy of term, 153. Armorial Ensigns, Franco, description of, 166, 167. Arnaldus G-uillelmi de Marsano, 175 (Doc. 9). Arninus, 90. Arnold, 41. Arnold, S. J., his play " The Americans," reference to, 4. Arnold, Thomas, editor of Memorials of St. Edmunds Abbey, 121. " Arnon," substitution of for Angleterre, 59. Arundel Castle, 17, 25. Asher, A., reference to his edition of Travels of Benjamin of Tudela, 58. Ascher, Chazan, 9. Ascher, Joseph, 6. Ashkenazi " Chazones," an ultra loyal Prayer for the Royal Family, 148. Ashkenazi families who have received English grants, list of, 160. Assaillit, Bertrandus, 176 (Doc. 11). Assaillit, Reimundus Guillelmi, 176 (Doc. 11). Assel, David, son of, 92. Association, Jewish, for Diffusion of Religious Knowledge, paper published by, re Ibn Ezra, 47. Association, Tonic Sol-fa, Festival of at Crystal Palace, July 9th, 1892, 11. Astronomy, necessity of study of, 50, 52. Athenasum, at Bury, drawing of Moyse's Hall in, 121. Athias, Isaac da Costa, father of Aben? danon's copyist, Solomon, 147. Athias, Moses Israel, first Rabbi of secret Synagogue in Creechnrch Lane, 20. Athias, Samson da Costa, brother of Solomon ben Isaac da Costa Athias, Poet in Amsterdam, 147. Atonement, Evening of, 10; Services, 12. Auntere, widow of Vives, 97. Avegaye, daughter of Benedict of Win? chester, 101. Avegaye, daughter of Bonne, 94. Avigaye, wife of Dyay, 94. Aylmer family, motto of, 158. Aymericus Forconis, 177 (Doc. 13). Azharoth, 50.</page><page sequence="4">200 INDEX. Bacok, of Colchester, 90. Bacon, Lord, quotation from his " Ad? vancement of Learning," 131. Bacon, Nathaniel, 27, 37. Baggard, Elias, 97. Bailps, S., 42. Baker, Richard, 15. Baker Street, 124. Bandon, Lewis, died 5614 (tombstone inscription), 113. Bandon Mosiac (tombstone inscription), 113. Barned family, 160. Baronial Party, members of engaged in massacre of Jews, 78. Barons' Wars, Jews massacred during, 78, 81. Barrow family, Grants towards received by, 160. Bartholomew. Hospital of St., 101. Bartholomew le Cordwaner, 103. Bartholomew, Henricus, 105. Bassevi van Treuenburg, title conferred by Emperor Ferdinand upon Jacob Batsheba Schmieles, 158. Basy, John, 105. Bate, John, 99. Bateman, Benedict, father of I vote, 91. Bateman, son of Cresse, 97. Bateman, son of Cress, of Stamford, 100. Bateman, father of Pictavinus, Ursellus, Hagin, 100. Baudewyn, Thomas, 105. Baxtergate, 124 (see Wastelgate, 124). Bayly, Thomas, 40, 41, 42, 44. Baynnard, Roger, 90. Baytes, William, 40, 41, 43. Beaconsfield, Lord, assumed Sephardi arms, 159. Bedford, Jews of, 81, 85. Bedford, list of the bonds of the Jews of, 86. Belasco, Aby, 2. Belaset, daughter of Benedict of Win? chester, 88. Belaset, of Wallingford, daughter of Solomon, 94. Belaset, 103. Bele de Stamford, of Canterbury, 89. Belgrade, Joseph Ben Jacob Abendanon, an exile from, 143 sea. Belhus, Ricardus de, 93. Belia, daughter of Aaron, 92. Belia, of Gloucester, 92. Belia, widow of Jacob, 99. Belia, mother of Abraham, 100. Belia, mother of Lumbard, 102. Belisario, Marrano family, unregistered, 159. Bellamy, wine cooper, in league with Carvajal in raid on Customs, 38; condition and practices of, 41. Belliget, William le, 96. Benectus, son of Bonamicus, 105. Benedict, son of Pictavus, baptised in Isle of Ely, 86. Benedict, of Winchester, hanged, 87. Benedict, Bateman, father of I vote, 91. Benedict, son of Elias, 92. Benedict, father of Elias, 92 ; father of Cuntessa, 92. Benedict, Evesque, 92. Benedict, son of Jacob, 94. Benedict, G-ubbay, father of Elias, 94. Benedict, son of Josce, 94. Benedict, son of Sampson, 94. Benedict, Master, of London, 94. Benedict, father of Leon Milca, 95. Benedict, father of Hen, 95. Benedict, father of Hagin, 95. Benedict de G-annok, 95. Benedict, le Comte, 95. Benedict le Eveske, 101. Benedict, son of Mayer, 97. Benedict, son of Jacobus Clericus, 97. Benedict, son of Hagin, 97. Benedict de Cellario, 98 ; of Winches? ter, 101.</page><page sequence="5">INDEX. 201 Benedict de la Cornere, 101 ; de Oaux, 101. Benedict, of Chippenham, 104. Benedict, son of Elias, of Chippenham, 104. Benedict, husband of Sarah, father of Joceus, 105. Benedictas de Thoracio, 172 (Doc. 2). Benjamin family, their crest, 153; grants for arms received by, 160. Benjamin, Tribe of, their seal, 154. Benjamin of Tudela, 58. Benjamin, father of Isaac of Fairfax, 104. Bennyt, Sarah, daughter of, 87. Benyngboigh, Thomas de, 105. Bere, John de la, 100. Berkhampstede, Samuel de, 101. Berlin, 12. Bernal, Marrano family, arms registered in this country, 159. Bernewett, Prior of, 88. Berstreete, 128. Berwick-on-Tweed, 176 (Doc. 11). Betoyne, Wilhelmus de, 97. Bevis Marks, 2 ; origin of name, 122 ; corruption of "Bury Marks," 122; Yehidim of, 159. Beycot, 102. Bible, The: the study of, 50; Christians support their theory of counting days from, 55 ; people of the, historical con? nection between, and Jews, 153 ; heral? dic devices among Jews in, reference to, 154; Hebrew, mottoes derived from, in English armory, 158. Bibol, John, fined for sale of Tripha meat, 129. Bird, Balph, 128. Bland, Mr., 32. Bland, John, merchant, 33. Blasby, Benjamin, bricklayer,of Ipswich, 109, 133, 135, 136, 137. Blomefield, his "History of Norfolk," 123; authority on boundaries of ancient Jewry before, edit. I., 124 ; quoted, 125, 126; confirmation of his previous statement re Norwich Jewry, 130. "Blood Accusation," escutcheon sup? porters, heraldic protest against, 165. Blumberg family, grants for arms re? ceived by, 160. Blund, Elias le, father of Aaron, 92. Blund, Elias le, of London, father of Josse, 92. Blunt, Badulphus le, 97. Boas, Antonio de Villas, his " Nobiliar chia Portugueza," 159. Bodleian Library MSS., Hebrew "Letter of Sabbath " edited in accordance with, 61. Bodleian Rawl., 26. Bohemia visited by Abendanon, 146. Bolaffi, Michael (Abulafia) musical di? rector to late Duke of Cambridge, I. Bon, son of Josce, 94. Bona, daughter of Elias, 92. Bonamico, son of Bunne, 100. Bonamicus, 105. Bonamicus, father of Joceus, 105. Bonamicus, father of Benectus, 105. Bonamy, son of Aaron, 92. Bonamy, son of Bonamy, 95. Bonamy, of York, 97. Bonenfaunt, father of Seleme, 88. Bonenfaunt, of London, son of Aaron of Hereford, 92. Bonenfaunt, son of Elias, 92. Bonefey, son of Lumbard of Cricklade, 101. Bonefy, father of Vives le Petit, 101. Bonefy, de Crickelade, father of Miles, 101. Bonefy, father of Moses, 105. Bonefy, father of Josce, 94. Bonne, daughter of Manser, 94. Bonne, mother of Meyr, Avegaye, 94. Bonthun, Laurence de, 105.</page><page sequence="6">202 INDEX. Bordeaux, 170, 171, 172 (Doc. 2), 173 (Doc. 3), 173 (Doc. 4), 174 (Doc. 6), 174 (Doc. 7), 175 (Doc. 8), 175 (Doc. 10), 176 (Doc. 12), 177 (Doc. 13). Bordeaux, constable of, 170,172 (Doc.2) ; 173 (Docs. 3 and 4); 174 (Docs. 5, 6, 7); 175 (Doc. 8); 176 (Doc. 12); 177 (Doc. 13); controller of the castle of, 175 (Doc. 10); records in the castle of, 175 (Doc. 10). Boteman, Richard le, 128. Botolf, St., Nuns of, 90. Boxtide, Radulfus de, 90. Bradeworth, Manser of, 95. Braham, John (or Abrahams), born 1774, 2, 3, 4 ; description of his appearance, 4 ; anecdotes re, 6, 8, 10. Brakelond, Jocelin de, his allusion to crucifixion of holy child Robert, 121 ; his "Chronicles," found in original Latin under heading " Jocelini Chro? nica," 121. Brandon, Marrano family ; arms regis? tered in this country, 159. Brauncegate, Isaac de, father of Jacob, 95. Brauncegate, Isaac de, father of Isaac, 95. Brauncegate, messuage in, 96. Brazil, Carvajal trades with, 16. Bread and Ale, Statute of, reference to, 124. Breton, son of Josce, 94. Bridewell Land, site of Jewish quarter in Bury St. Edmunds, 122. Bristol, 15, 85, 87 ; Jews moved to, from Gloucester, 80 ; Castle, Moses de Kent hanged outside of, 87. British Museum, 61, 86, 116, 147. Brittany, Johannes, Earl of Richmond, 176 (Doc. 11). Brodewe, Johannes, unus cyrographario rum, 86. Browne, Jo., Cleric, Parliamenter, Peti? tion signed by, 27, 29, 31, 36. Browne, Sir Thomas, 126. Brueh's Kol M?re, 10. Brune, Luke de, 128. Brussels, 19. Brydges Wylliams, Mrs., of Oarnanton, 160. Bullion, transport of, trade in, 17. Bumpstede, Peter de, 128. Bungay, Geoffrey de, 128. Bungeye, Jeffery de, 125, 127. Bunn, John, architect of Jews' Synago? gue at Norwich, 113. Bunne, father of Bonamico, 100. Burdegala, see Bordeaux. Burgensis Bedefordie, Johannis Cule bere, 86. Burgo super Mare, Castellania et villa de (Bourg sur Gironde), 176 (Doc. 12). Burgos, Paul of, 149, 150, 152. Burial, washing of corpses before, 102. Burial Grounds, Jewish, difficulty of access to, 107 ; disused, in East Anglia, 112; in United Kingdom, 114; in Ipswich and Norwich, neglected state of, 115; Sephardi, 158; cemeteries in London, 97; in Northampton, 98; in York, 105. Burke, reference to his Oeneral Armory, 158. Burnet, Gilbert, 18. Burr Street, 112. Burton's Diary, passage in, 22. Burton, Thomas, 18, 41, 42. Bury, Hyam of, 108, 133. Bury, Caroline Hyam of, 140. Bury St. Edmonds, Jews driven from, 79, 112 ; its chief points of interest, 116 ; cemetery of, 116 ; monastery of, 116 ; Mr. Spanton of, 117 ; his production of views of, 118 ; original drawings and prints of Moyse's Hall in Library of Athenaeum at, 121; alleged crucifixion of child by Jews dwelling in, 1179, 121 ; followed by expulsion of Jews from, 1190, 122 ; Jewry in, 122.</page><page sequence="7">INDEX. 203 "Bury Marks," 122, (see Bevis Marks, 122). Butemleyn, Walterus, 98. Butemleyn, Willelmus, 98. Butler, 19. Byron, Lord, Nathan intimate with, 5 ; verses for " Hebrew Melodies " written by, 8, 10. Byry, Robert de, 99. Caceras, Simon de, his association with Carvajal, 21. Cadiz, profits monopolised by English middlemen in, 15; Joseph of, 28; Riarte and Ricalde, merchants of, 33-36. Caerleon, Josce of, 87; Aaron, son of Josce of, 87; Isaac, son of Josce of, 87 ; Hak of, 87 ; Aaron of, 91, 92. Caister, Hugh de, 128. Calf, Hagin, 95. Calne, Deudo of, father of Isaac, 104. Cambridge, Isaac Nathan studies in, 1805, 5. Cambridge, Jews of, 85, 88; Jews moved from, to Huntingdon, 80. Cambridge, Hebrew School, 158. Campeden, Isaac de, 91. Canary Islands, Marrano refugees settled in, 14, 15, 18 ; Carvajal's property in, 36, 37 ; importation from, 40,41. Canterbury, Jews of, 85, 88, 89, 95, 96, 99, 116. Capitalists, Jewish, in Mediasval Eng? land, 83. Carbonel, Johannis, 93. Cardoso family, 159. Carhowe, Nuns of, 99. Carvajal, Alonso Jorge, son of Antonio Fernandez Carvajal, 45, 46. Carvajal, Antonio Fernandez, first English Jew, notes on and biographical documents, 14-46 ; his signature, 16 ; lawsuit re cargo of cochineal and silver, 1646, 17; endenization of, 1655, 18-21 ; died 1659, 22; his charac? ter, 22-25 ; petitions of, 26, 27 ; goods exempted from seizure, 28; petitions of, 29-37; his raid on the Customs, petition against, 38, 41, 42, 44-46. Carvajal, Joseph Ferdinando, son of Antonio Fernandez Carvajal, 45, 46. Cason, Mr., 32. Casson, Edmund, 33. Castello, Marrano family, unregistered, 159. Castile, Don Meir Alguadez, physician and Rabbi of, 149. Castro, Henriques de, 155. Catherine, Parish of St., 166, 167. Catholicism, 76. Caus, Benedict de, 101. Cecily de Handlo, 89. Cellario, Benedict de, 98. Cemeteries, disused Jewish, 106-116. Ceremonial and Ritual, growth of, 77. Ceynterell, Walterus, 104. Chaldees, their manner of counting the years, 57. Chamberlin, Messrs., 127. Chaplain, Abraham, 92. Chaplain, Samuel, the, 99. Chaplain, Deulecress, 90. Chapelyn, Sampson le, 89 ; Vives le, 101. Charice, John, 102. Charles II., 19, 22, 148, 156 ; one of his hiding places after the Battle of Worcester, 106. Charlotte, Princess of Wales, volume dedicated to, 8. Chazan, 5, 9, 11, 12. Cheder, 147. Chepstow, Cok of, 87. Chequer Square, site of Jewish quarter in Bury St. Edmund's, 122. Cherubim, heraldic display of, 156 ; Templo's attention to the study of the,</page><page sequence="8">204 INDEX. 157; his Tratado de los Cherubim, 157. Chester, 174 (Doc. 7). Chillon, John Lopez, Amsterdam mer? chant, 18, 38. Chicch, Thomas, 89. Chippenham, Benedict of, 104 ; Elias of, 104. Chirographers, 85-105, passim, Christ Church, money paid to the Prior of, 89 ; Aldgate, Abbot of Edmonds bury's palace beside, 122. Christians, their method of counting days, 55 ; their manner of counting the years, 57; social relations with Jews, 78. Christina de Yerdur, 89. Church, Catholic, 76 ; decrees of the, 77 ; of Canterbury, Prior of the, 89 ; Christ, Prior of, 89 ; St. Martin's, 90 ; Mother, of Lincoln, 96 ; Mother, of St. Mary's, Lincoln, 96; of St. Martin, 102; Paul de Burgos' conversion to, 149 ; his fame in, 150. Chyverel, William, 104. Cirencester, 174 (Doc. ?). Clare, case of the ship, 28, 29, 30, 32 ; ar? rival at Southampton from West Indies. 33. Clare, Jacob de, 99. Clare, Moses de, of Suffolk, 100. Clarke, his history of Ipswich (1830) re? ferred to, 109. Clarke, John, ironmonger, 134. Clement, the parish of St., 107, 134. Clericus, Jacobus, 97. Clerke, Thomas, servant to Eerdinando Carvajal, 44. Clipton, G-ervasius de, 105. Coats of Arms, Anglo-Je wish, 153; Rothschilds', the basis of their, 154 ; Templo's pamphlet ornamented with, 157, 158 ; registered Sephardi families bearing such, 159; of Mocatta family, design of, 161 ; of Montefiore family, description of, 162, 163 ; Montefiore, device from Kan Zippor, 164 ; Monte? fiore, additions to, 165 ; ancient badges or ensigns of gentility, 166 ; Monte? fiore, warrant for supporters, 168,169 ; Franco, design of, 167. Cochab, Elias, query as to whether same as Elias, son of Solomon, 129. Cochineals, importation of, 15. Cohanim, 10, 12, 153, 155. Cohen family, grants received for bear? ing arms, 160. Cohen, Rev. F. L., lecture, 1-13. Cohen, David of Yarmouth, (tombstone inscription), 113. Cok, son of Benedict, 86. Cok, of Chepstow, 87. Cok, de Strygyl, 87. Cok, de Strygyl and Sara, widow, 87. Cok, son of Benedict of Winchester, 88. Cok, of Winchester, 88. Cok, Hagin, 89. Cok, son of Moses, 91. Cok, 91. Cok, son of Maunsellus, 92. Cok de Hereford, 92. Cok, son of Lumbard, 102. Cok, 104. Cok, son of Aaron, 105. Cok, le Riehe, 103, 104. Cok, the Jew, 104. Ooke, Lord Chief Justice, his use of Mustek House, as City House, 1633, 123. Dokerel, Abraham, 102. Dokerel, father of Jacob, 102. Ookyn, William, 89. Oolcestre, Oliverus de, 90. Dolchester, Jews of 81, 85, 90; Joceus of, 95, 98, 107; Levi Alexander and Samuel Levi, of, 109, 131 ; Samuel Levi of, 134; Levi Alexander |of, 139 ; H. Hyam of, 140.</page><page sequence="9">INDEX. 205 Coleman, 166, 167. College of Arms, extract from records of, 168. Colquit, Proctor, in league withCarvajal in raid on Customs, 38. Comitissa, 91. Comte, Benedict le, 95. Commons, House of, 30 ; Lords and, as? sembled in Parliament, petition to, 28, 29. Commonwealth, " the great Jew of the," 14, 18, 20 ; Oliver, Lord Protector of, 26, 27, 36, 37, 38, 45, 46. Community, Anglo-Jewish, Carvajal founder of, 22 ; Jewish, in England, 77, 83 ; of Jews of Canterbury, 89 ; of the Jews of Colchester, 90; of the Jews of Lincoln, 95 ; of the Jews of London, 97 ; of Northampton, 98 ; of the Jews of Norwich, 99 , of Notting? ham, 100; of the Jews of Oxford, 101; of Winchester, 102 ; of the Jews of York, 105 ; Jewish, of Worcester, 104; of Ipswich, 114, 115. Conisford, Leet of, from quotation in Leet Roll, Norwich, 1286, 128. Converts, see Domus Conversorum. Conystrete, 105. Copin, son of Lumbard, 91. Copin, Jacob, 91. Corlwaner, Bartholomew le, 103. Corn, Jews as wholesale dealers in, 80. Cornere, Benedict de la, 101. Cornwell and Alexander, Messrs., 133. Cornwell, Emerson, 133. Coronel, Marrano family, arms regis? tered in this country, 159. Corporation of City of London, presen? tation of petition by, re right of Jews to trade, to Charles II. on his restora? tion, 1660, 22. Cortissos, Marrano family, unregistered, 159. Co^ta, Da, family, 159. Costa, Isaac, eldest son of Isaac da Costa Athias, 147. Costa Athias, Isaac da, father of Aben? danon's copyist, Solomon, 147. Costa, Mendes da, 160. Costa Athias, Samson da, brother of Solomon ben Isaac da Costa Athias, poet, in Amsterdam, 147. Council of State, 17, 18, 20 ; their ac? ceptation of Robles' defence, 21, 23. Cranley, Capt., 32, 33. Craon, see Crodonio. Craucour, Barnet, died 5595, founder of Jews' Synagogue in Norwich, (tomb? stone inscription), 113, Credonio, see Crodonio. Creechurch Lane, 20, 22. Crespin, Moses, 97. Cress, son of Isaac of Caerleon, 87 ; son of Abraham of York, 99 ; son of Sampson of York, 99 ; of Stamford, father of Bateman, 100 ; son of Jacob, 100. Cressant, father of Abraham, 87, 102. Cresse, of Winchester, father of Aaron, 88 ; father of Leo, son of Elias, 97 ; father of Bateman, 97; and Muriel, 97 ; son of Gente, 100. Cressens, 173 (Doc. 3). Cressey, son of Jacob Levi, 94. Cricklade, Lumbard of, 101, 104 ; Simon of, 101. Crikelade, Bonefey de, 101. Crispin, 92. Crispin, Jacob, 91. Crispin, Deudo, 100. Crodonio (Credonio), Almaricus de, 176 (Doc. 12) ; 177 (Doc. 13) ; 178 (Doc. 14) ; 179 (Doc. 17). Cr ok, Rogerus, 97. Cromwell, Oliver, 18, 45; his Jewish Intelligencers, papers on, 19 ; Menas seh ben Israel's mission to, 20-22, 148 ; Carvajal's petitions to, 26, 27, 36, 37 ; Tymothy Whiting's petition to, 38, 44.</page><page sequence="10">206 INDEX. Cromwell, Richard, 23, 41. Crosse, Thomas, 41, 42. Crusaders, numbers of Jews massacred periodically by, 78, 159. Crypto-Jews, Carvajal's relations with, 18, 20. Cunha, Luis da, political testament of, 14. Cuntessa, daughter of Benedict, 92. Cuntessa, daughter of Moses, 92. Curat, John, 127, 129, 130. Curteyne, Sir William, 25. Cyprus, Jews of, 58. Dalman, his recent collection of folk? songs, 12. Damascus, Persecution of Jews at, 165, 168. Dan, Eagle of, 157. Daniel, References of the Yesod Mora to biblical Book of, 49, 58. Daniel de Standon, husband of Lettice, 89. Daniel, Elyas, 90. David, son of Assel, 92. David, husband of Reyne, 103. David, of Oxford, 104. Davidson family, Magen David, Appro? priate coat of arms for, 153 ; Grants for arms received by, 160. Davis, Mr. M.D., 1; his suggestion con? cerning etymology of Hoi tor, 126,128 ; reference to his volume of Hebrew deeds of English Jews before 1280, 129, 131. Decalogue, Tables of the, 155. Demiourgos of Philo, 52. Denization, Patent of, 45, 46. Dermott, Lawrence, Masonic Writer, his rendering of Templo's Hebrew motto on Masonic coat, 156, 157 ; he refers to Templo's brother, Rabi Jacob Jehuda Leon, 157. Dessus, Johannes le, 105. Deudo, Crispin, 100. Deudo, of Calne, 104. Deulecress, father of Moses, 88. Deulecress, Chaplain, 91. Deulecress, father of Lumbard, 91. Deulecress, of London, father of Solo? mon, 94. Deulecress, son of Solomon of Norwich, 94. Deulecress, father of Elias and Hagin, 94. Deulecress, son of Jacob of London, 94. Deulecress, son of Abraham of York, 99. Deulecress, father of Isaac and Pateman the Doctor, 99. Deulecress, father of Joceus, 99. Deulegard, of Winchester, 102. Deulesaut, father of Joceus, 88. Devizes, Jews of Marlborough moved to, 80, 104. Devonshire, 85, 158. Diabella, 95. Diaz of Bouen, correspondent of Carva jal, 17, 28, 33, 34, 35. Dick, John, British Consul in Leghorn, 166, 167. Diel, Sara, 97. Disraeli, assumed Sephardi arms, 159 ; Description of Shield, 159. Documents re Anglo-Jewish Coats of Arms, 166-169. Documents, Contemporary re Carvajal, 14; relating to Carvajal's mercantile transactions, 17; containing various petitions, 24-26. Documents, Official, illustrating the con? dition of the Jews of England in 1290, 85-105. Documents, Original, re History of Jews, from the Gascon Rolls, 170, 171. Documents, Contents of :?1. Petitio Con versorum, London, 172; 2. Pro Benedicto deThoracio Judeo, 172 ; 3. Pro Josse filio</page><page sequence="11">INDEX. 207 quondam Cressentis Judei et aliis in brevi, 173 ; 4. Pro eommunitate Jude orum Vasconie, 173; 5. Edward I. commands leniency of treatment for Jews in matters of taxation, 174; 6. Pro Judeis Vasconie, 174 ; 7. Pro Aaron de London Judeo Burdegale, 174; 8. Pro Judeis Vasconie, 175; 9. De Officio Judicature Judeorum commisso, 175; 10. De Debitis que debebantur Judeis levandis ad opus Regis, 175; 11. 176; 12. De Ju? deis a Oastellania de Burgo eiciendis, 176, 177; 13. De Judeis de Ducatu Aquitanie eiciendis, 177, 178; 14. De Judeis expellendis, 178 ; 15. 178 ; 16. De Judeis a partibus Vasconie depo nendis, 179 ; 17. Pro Rege de Bonis de Judeorum occisorum habendis et de eorum interfectione inquirendo, 179. Dogestrete, Abba de, 89. Domestic servants, Jewish, in Mediaeval England, 84. Domingo, St., 30. Domus Conversorum derived part of its income from poll-tax on Jews, 83; Records of the, 83, 150,151. Donelmum (Durham), 178 (Doc. 14). Dorset, Michael of, father of Salomon, 104. Douer, Dauid, 24. Douer, Pieters of, 24. Dove Lane, anciently called Hoi Tor Lane, 125, 126. Dover, 18, 36. Downing, Family of, 130. Drax, Prior of, 96. Duke's Place, 2; Synagogue, Wealthy Members of, 159. Dulcia, mother of Pigge, 90. Dulcia, of York, mother of Trina, 95. Dunkirk, 17 ; (spelt Dunkerke), 25. Duntere, 91. Durante, Thomas, 89. Durham, see Donelmum. Duteman, 102. Dyay, father of Abraham, 94. Dyay, son of Dyay, 94. Dyay, father of Dyay and husband of Avigaye, 94. Dyaye, son of Samuel, son of Moses, 91. East Anglia, A Ramble in, lecture by the Rev. Hermann Grollancz, M.A., 106-140. Eboracum, see York. Ecardus Furthini, 177 (Doc. 12). Eck! ende, Brotherhood of, 102. Edmondsbury, Abbot of the Monastery of, his palace in London, 122. Edmund, sanctus rex et martir, 104 ; last of the kings of East Anglia, 116 ; reference to as St. Edmund, king and martyr, 121 (see St. Edmund). Edmundsbury, former name of Bury St. Edmund's (q.v.*). Edward, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal, and Hereditary Marshal of England, 166-169. Edward I., 19; anti-usury legislation of, 80, 81; amount of revenue he derived from Jews, 82 ; writ of, to the Sheriff of York, quoted, 85; ancient Jewry before the time of, 124,125; reference to his banishment of Jews of Norwich, 1286,125 ; quotation of an entry of the 22nd, 128 ; his transmission of site of Norwich Jewry to the Corporation of City of Norwich, 130, 131 ; reference to his expulsion of Jews from England, 149, 151; French letter from Jewish Converts referred to, 170 ; documents of his reign referred to, 170; his wish re Jews referred to, 170 ; reign of, Jews expelled in referred to, 171 ; Doc. 1, copy of French letter from Jewish Converts to, 172 ; Doc. 2 of, 172; Docs. 3 and 4 of, 173; Docs. 5,</page><page sequence="12">208 INDEX. 6 and 7 of, 174 [In Doc. 5 Edward I. expresses wish for lenient treatment of Jews]; Doc. 8 of, 175; Doc. 12 of, 176; Doc. 13 of, 177. Edward II., 125 ; reference to his com? mand re Jews' debts, 171 ; reference to his second mandate for their expul? sion, 171; documents of, 175 (Docs. 9 and 10) ; 176 (Docs. 11 and 12) ; 177 (Doc. 13) ; 178 (Docs. 14 and 15) ; 179 (Docs. 16 and 17). Edward, the Black Prince, 149. Effingham, Earl of, petition to for Franco grant, 166, 167. Ehrentheil, referred to, 160. Eleanor, mother of Edward I., her hos? tility to Jews, 79. Elias, son of Hagin, 88. Elias, Master, father of Leoneo, 88. Elias, 90. Elias, of Colchester, 90. Elias le Blund, father of Aaron, 92. Elias, son of Aaron, 92. Elias, of Gloucester, father of Sarah of Hereford, 92. Elias, father of Henne, Bona (daughters), Benedict, 92. Elias, son of Benedict, 92. Elias, father of Hagin, 92. Elias le Blund, of London, father of Josse, 92. Elias, son of Jacob, 92. Elias, father of Bonenfaunt, 92. Elias de Ardre, 92. Elias, of Gloucester, 92. Elias, son of Deulecress, 94. Elias, father of Meyr, Aaron, Abraham, 94. Elias, son of Benedict Gubbay, 94. Elias, father of Cresse, 97. Elias, son of Moses, heirs of, 97. Elias le Evesk, 97. Elias, Master, father of Moses, 97, Elias Baggard, 97. Elias, son of Elias of Canterbury, 99. Elias, son of Pictavinus, 100. Elias, of Canterbury, father of Elias, 99. Elias, of Chippenham, father of Benedict, 104. Elias the Jew, former proprietor of the Star, 125-128. Elias Cochab, query as to whether the same as Elias, son of Solomon, 129. Elias, father of Elias, 125 ; mentioned in Shtar, 129. Elias, son of Elias, 125 ; mentioned in Shtar, 129. Elias, son of Elias the Jew, 128. Elias, son of Solomon, 129 (see Elias Cochab, 129). Eliezer ben R. Simeon, 146. Eliza, wife of Joel Fox (tombstone inscription), 113. Elizabeth, old act of, Oarvajal and house? hold denounced for not attending church under, 16 ; Statute of the 43rd, 12th, 25, 26 ; Queen, petition to, against use of Logwood and Black wood in dyeing cloth, 39. Elizabeth Rebecca, daughter of Moses Levi, of Ipswich, inscription on tomb? stone, Ipswich Cemetery, 138. Elmham, Kobert de, merchant, 90. Elohim, 52. Eloria, daughter of Josce, 94. Elsynge, H. Cler. Pari. D. Com., 29; resolution drawn up by, 30. Elyas, Daniel, 90 ; son of Isaac, 92 ; son of Josce, 103. Emanuel, Lewis, report as to care of disused synagogues and Jewish burial grounds in the United Kingdom, 114. Emericus Furthini, 177 (Doc. 12). Emma, wife of Bartholomew le Cord waner, 103. England, Oarvajal visited, 1630-35, 14 ; settled in, 15 ; Society of Merchants or, 15, 16, 19 ; Menasseh ben Israel's</page><page sequence="13">INDEX, ^09 arrival in, October, 1655, on mission to Cromwell, 20, 21, 22 ; Commonwealth of, 26, 27, 36, 37, 38 ; article of peace between England and Spain, 27, 34 ; realm of, 39 ; great scare of, 45 ; Ibn Ezra in, lecture by M. Friedl?nder, 47 58 ; Ibn Ezra said to have died in, 59 ; Jews of, their condition at the time of their expulsion, 1290, 76-84 ; Jewish Historical Society of, 76, 141, 170; Jews of, 78; 16,000 Jews expelled from, 79 ; Jews of, 80, 81; Jewish towns of, 82; three classes of Jews expelled from, 82 ; Jewish Community in, 83, 173 (Doc. 1) ; sufferings of Jews expelled from, 84 ; Edward, King of, 85, 90, 98, 104 ; referred to in Elegy on Queen Mary, 145, 148; Paul of Burgos in, 149 ; reference to Jews ex? pelled from, 149 ; no visit of Paul of Burgos to, 150; theological state of, 151; Jacob Jehuda Leon's visit to, 1675, 156 ; Queen Henrietta Maria of, 157 ; Grand Lodge of, 157,158 ; Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of, 166; south, east and west parts of, 166; Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of, 167, 168 ; Jews' Expulsion from, 171 (as Engle tere), 172. Engletere, Juerie de, 172 (Doc. 1). Enne, daughter of Vives of Marlborough, 104. Ephraim, Ox of, 157. Eseryveyn, Adam le, father of Johanna, 91. Esther, wife of David Cohen of Yar? mouth, died 5604 (tombstone inscrip? tion), 113. Evesk, Moses le, 95. Eveske, Benedict le, husband of Sarah, 101. Evesque, Isaac of London, 92. Evesque, Benedict, 92. Exchequer, extant records, 81, 85, 90, 97, 104, 105. Exeter, Jews of, 85, 91; Gamaliel of, 97. Exhibition, Anglo-J ewish Historical, copy of Masonic coat shewn at, 156 ; publications of, 129. Exodus, Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra's Commentary on, 1153, 48, 49 ; refe? rence to, 54; referred to, 56 ; reference to, 58, 59. Expulsion, condition of Jews in Eng? land at time of, 76-84 ; English Jews before, 79, 80 ; publication of decree of, 81, 86. Ezekiel, reference to second vision of, 156. Fairfaque, Daniell, 25, 26. Fairfax, Isaac of, 104. Farini, Samuel Moses Refael, name on cover of Abendanon's work, 145. Fayrefax, Thomas, 105. Feltergayte Street, 105. Ferdinand, Emperor, 158. Fernandez. Dias, Marrano family ; arms registered in this country, 159. Ferdinando, Antonio, "the great Jew" (see Oarvajal). Ferre, Guido, 176 (Doc. 11). Feteplace, Walter, heirs of, 101. Flanders, 19. Fleet, De Lazon prisoner in, for twenty one months, 33. Floria, daughter of Isaac de Provincia, 100; la Vedue, 101, 102. Flushing, Royalists' encampment at, 19. Fobinge, 172 (Doc. 2), 173 (Doc. 3). Fonseca, Emanuel de, a Jew, in league with Carvajal in raid on customs, 31, 44. Foppa, Mr., 36. Fountaine, Pieter, 24. Fox, Joel, Warden of Norwich Synagogue (tombstone inscription), 113. Foxlee, Nigel de, merchant, 128. vol. ii. r</page><page sequence="14">210 INDEX. France, Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra visits, 48, 58. France, Paul of Burgos' visit to, in 1391, 151. France, King of, 34, 36, 168. Franco family assumed Sephardi Arms, 159 ; their " Armorial Ensign," 161. Franco, David, reference to his " Life of Templo," 157. Franco, Francisco Lopez, Spanish mer? chant, 17, 25. Franco, Jacob Lopez, Coat of Arms con? firmed by Heralds' College to, in 1760, 161; humble petition of, 166; signature of, 166, 167, 168. Franco (Massey Lopez), Grant of Arms, 166. Franco, Moses, merchant, late of City of Leghorn, 16 3 ; father of Jacob Franco, 166, 167, 168. Franco, Ralph, assumes name of Lopez, and succeeds to baronetcy, 161. Franco, Raphael, 186, 167, 168. Frankfort Judengasse, 160. Franks, Aaron, 159. Franz, Robert, song writer, 10. French Revolution, Jews of Ipswich sus p3cted of being favourable to Repub? lican opinions in early part of, 110. Friedl?nder, Dr. his lecture on " Ibn Ezra in England," 47-60. Fuller, reference to " Pisgah Light," 154. Fuller, Richard, 41, 42. Fundao, Carvajal lived in, 14. Farthini, Ecardus, 177 (Doc. 12). Furthini, Emericus, 177 (Doc. 12). G-allopp, burgher, M.P. for Southton, 29. Gamaliel, father of Moses, 95. Gamaliel, of Exeter, 97. Gange, John, 98. Gangy, Hugo, unus Oirographariorum archce Sudburie, 93. Grannock, Benedict de, 95. Garonne, Jews near, 171. Gascon Rolls, Introduction to, by C. Trice Martin, 170,171 ; extracts from, 172-179. Gascony, Seneschal of, 171-179; reference to Edward I.'s command to, re causes of Jews, 170 {see Doc. 4). Gaster, Dr., 58, 145. Gaul, Alfred, composer of Cantata, "Israel in the Wilderness," 11. Geiger, his opinion re time of Solomon Levi's conversion, 151. Genesis, references to, 54, 56; reference to Ibn Ezra's interpretation of, i. 1-5, p. 54 ; reference to Ibn Ezra's Com? mentary on (viii. 22), p. 64 ; reference to Ibn Ezra's Commentary on (xxxii. 32), p. 67. Genfce, daughter of Hagin, 92. Gente, of Cresse, 97, 100. Gente, wife of Sadekyn, 98. Gente, of Gloucester, Jewess, 99. Gente, son of Moses, of Suffolk, 100. Geoffrey de Bungay, 128. George the Second, King of Great Bri? tain, 168. George the Third, 109, 133, 134. George, Parish of St., 168. Gernemuth, Isaac de, 99. Gerrard, Sir Gilbert, Baronet, treasurer of the army, 24, 25. Gersy, Jew, 96. Gervasii de Clipton, 105. Ghent, Royalists' encampment at, 19. Ghetto, life inside the, 77 ; Rothschild Stamm-kaus, 160. Gideon assumed Sephardi arms, 159. Goldsmid Family, English grants re? ceived by, 160 ; crests, motto over, etc., 161. Gilbert, Josce, son of Aaron, 88. Gilbert, Roger, Merchant, 33. Giles, Hospital of St., 99.</page><page sequence="15">INDEX. 211 Glaseock, John, 40, 41. Gloucester, Jews removed from, 80, 85. Gloucester, Elias of, 92. G-loucester, Hagin of (2), 92. Gloucester, Jacob of, 92. Gloucester, Belia of, 92. Gloucester, Gente of, Jewes?, 29. Gloucester, Yives, Jew of, 101. Gloucester, Jeffry de, the Jew, 125. Gloucester, young Duke of, son of Queen Anne, Elegy on, 141. Goldburgh, a spy, 19. Goldsmid, Abraham, 3, 4. Goldsmith, John, the, of Oxford, 101. Gollancz, Rev. Hermann, paper by, "A Ramble in East Anglia," 108-140. Gooding, John, Jewish Synagogue built by, at Ipswich, 110. Gore, T., 25. Gra, Agnes la, 105. Graetz, Prof., reference to his Geschichte der Juden, 54, 77, 157, 153; his argu? ment re letter of Solomon Levi, 150, 151. Grammar, the study of, 50. Grand Masonic Lodge, English, 156 ; muniments of the, 157; Escutcheon of the, 157. Grants, Family of Monymusk, their crest and motto, 158. Grapmel, Henricus, 90. Gravenor, John, 134. Greeks, their manner of counting the years, 57. Greene, Giles, Petition signed by, 32. Greilly, Johannes de, 175 (Doc. 8). Grove, Dictionary of Music, 2. Gubbay, Benedict, father of Elias, 94. Gubbay, Josce, 94. Guienne (see Aquitania). Guilds, hindrance to Jews following trades or professions in towns, 84. Guillelmus, Arnaldus, de Massano, 175 (Doc. 9). G-uitardi, Johannis, clericus, 175 (Doc. 10). Gurden, Mr., 43 (see Jurden, 41, 42, 43). Guthlac, St., the Prior of, 93. Habhdulah, 55. Haddeleye, 179 (Doc. 17). Hagadah, by Rittangel, published at Koenigsberg, 1644, 8. Hagin, son of Belia, of Gloucester, 92. Hagin, son of Cresse, brother of Aaron, father of Elias, 88. Hagin, son of Elias, 92. Hagin, son of Jacob, of Gloucester, 92. Hagin, father of Gente, 92. Hagin, son of Hagin, 92. Hagin, father of Hagin, 92. Hagin, de Weobley, of Hereford, father of Israel, 92. Hagin, son of Popeline, 88. Hagin, Cok, 89. Hagin, son of Deulecress, 94. Hagin, father of Jacob Cok, 94. Hagin, son of Benedict, 95. Hagin, Calf, 95. Hagin, father of Benedict, 97. Hagin, son of Bateman, 100. Hagin, father of Henne, 104. Hagyn, Salomon, son of, 87. Hak, of Caerleon, 87. Hake le Pretre, hanged, 87. Halevi, Todros, of Toledo, description of his seal, 155, 159, 160. Hallel Psalms, Chazan's chant for, 12. Haman, 152. Hambro Family, 160. Hamburger, Jacob, Reader of congrega? tion at Lynn, 114. Hammond, Mr. William, 133. H?mo, le Parker, 90. Handel, Braham as a singer of, 3. Handlo, Cecily de, 89. Hannah, daughter of Lumbard, 102. p 2</page><page sequence="16">212 INDEX. H?rders, John de, 89. Harford, Rapha, 41, 42, 44. Harkavy, Dr., his publication of Solomon Levi's letter, 150; he differs from Graetz as to Solomon Levi's time of conversion, 151. Harrington, Sir Sam, Lord President, 28. Harrod, H., reference to his " Gleanings among Castles and Convents of Nor? folk," 123, 128. Hart, Moses, 159. Harwich, Levi of, 108. Harwich, Jacob Levy of, 139. Hast, Mr., Chazan of Great Synagogue, 11. Haydn, sonnet published by Bolaffi, in memory of, 1809, p. 1. Haye, Simon de la, 101. Haymarket of Norwich, west entrance to New Synagogue and Schools of the Jews, 124 ; 126 ; sketched plan of, 127; of Norwich, site in, 131. "Hebrew Elegies on English Monarehs," lecture by Elkan N. Adler, 141-148. "Hebrew Melodies," collection of, by Braham and Nathan, appeared April 1815, p. 8. " Hebrew Melody in the Concert Room," lecture by Rev. F. L. Cohen, 7-13. Hedon, Jacob de, 95. Hegning, Prioress of, 96. Helbert, 160. Hempson, David, 24, 25. Hen, son of Benedict, 95. Hendrix, Adrian, 24. Henne, daughter of Elias, 92. Henne, daughter of Jospin, 103. Henne, daughter of Hagin, 104. Henrietta Maria, of England, Queen, 157. Henry le Meier, 99. Henry II., New Synagogue built in time of, 125, 126. Henry III., extortions from Jews prac? tised by, 81 ; Converts' house founded by, 170 (Doc. 1), 172. Henscheye, Thomas de, 101. Hepham, William de, 98. Heraldry, European, systematisation of, in the 13th century, 151; Jewish Mythology of, 154. Heralds, their former attitude towards the Israelitish people accounted for, 153, 154 ; Supporters not granted by, 165 ; Office of, 169. Heralds1 College, 153 ; Arms registered at, by certain wealthier Jewish fami? lies soon after settlement in this coun? try, 159,161 ; Montefiore Coat of Arms first registered at, 164. Hereford, Festivals, anecdote re Braham, 4 ; Jews moved from Worcester to, 80, 104; forty-one Jewish creditors in, 82 ; 85; 92. Hereford, Jews of, 92, 93. Hereford, Aaron of, 92. Hereford, Cok de, 92. Hereford, Sarah of, 92. Hereford, John Bibol of, 129. Herne, Charles, 42 (see Charles Heron, 40). Heron, Charles, 40, 43. Herschell, Solomon, late Chief Rabbi, description of official seal of, 155. Higham, T., his view of Moyse's Hall, 1818, 121. Hiyya Ha-Nasi, R., father of R. Abraham, 55 ; reference to his Sefer ha-Ibbur, 66. Hodesh, Hebrew name of month, 56. Hog Hill, east entrance to New Syna? gogue and Schools of the Jews, Nor? wich, 124 ; description of, 124 ; now Orford Hill, 126. Hog Market, former name for Hoghill, 1660, p. 124. Holdtor, or Holter, ancient name for Dove Lane, 125 ; Mr. M. D. Davis's suggestions concerning etymology of, 126. Holilomae, Adam de la, 104.</page><page sequence="17">INDEX. 213 Holland, 18; Israel ben Menasseh dies in, November, 1657, p. 21 ; 158. Holies, Mr., 35. Holter, ancient name for Dove Lane, 125, Holy Trinity, Prior of, 105. Horns Lane, 112. Hotton, Philippus de, 98. Hudson, William, the Rev., 123, 124,130. Hulten, Philip Yan, Amsterdam mer? chant, 18, 36. Huntingdon, Jews of, 85, 88; moved from Cambridge to, 80. Huntingdon, Manser of, 88. Hunton, Nathan, 40, 41. Hyam of Bury, 108, 133. Hyam, Caroline, of Bury, 140. Hyam, H., father of Joseph Hyam, 140. Hyam, Joseph, son of Hannah and H. Hyam, tombstone inscription in Jew? ish Cemetery, Ipswich, 140. Hyam, Lawrence, 136, 138, 140. Hyam, Moses, 136, 138. Hyde, Abbot of, 102. Hyems, Hyem, 109, 134-138. Hyem, Simon, 100,134-138. Ibn Ezra (see Abraham ben Meir). Indies, East and West, Carvajal trades with, 16. Indies, West, ship laden with silver from, 29, 34 ; arrival of ship Clare from, 33. Images, graven, Biblical prohibition anent, 155. Inquisition, Fundao ruined and depopu? lated by, 14, 15. Ipswich, Jews of, 81, 85 ; list of bonds lost, 93 ; 100 ; 106 ; disused cemetery at, 107; neglected condition of ceme? tery at, 108, 111, 115, 138. Ireland, Commonwealth of, 27, 36, 38, 45, 133, 134. Irish March*, English ship from London to Canaries, 37. Isaac, son of Josce of Oaerleon, 87. Isaac, of Chepstow, 87. Isaac, father of Sampson, 88. Isaac Top, 89. Isaac, father of Joce, 91. Isaac, son of Josce, 91. Isaac, son of Solomon, 91. Isaac de Campenden, 91. Isaac, father of Abraham, 91. Isaac, of Worcester, father of Aaron and Sampson, 92. Isaac, father of Elyas, 92. Isaac, father of Moses, 92. Isaac, father of Josse, Mirable, 92. Isaac, son of Hagin de Weobley, 92. Isaac rEvesque, of London, 92. Isaac, son of Jose, 92. Isaac, son of Manser, 94. Isaac, son of Moses, 95. Isaac, of London, father of Moses, 95. Isaac de Brauncegate, father of Jacob, Isaac, 95. Isaac, son of Isaac de Brauncegate, 95. Isaac, of Southwark, husband of Thippa, 97. Isaac, son of Deulecress, 99. Isaac, son of Abraham of Rising, 99. Isaac, son of Samuel, the Chaplain, 99. Isaac de G-ernemuth, 99. Isaac, son of Moses of Suffolk, 100. Isaac de Provincia, father of Floria, 100. Isaac le Grendre Lumbard, 101. Isaac, son of Salaman, 101. Isaac, son of Aaron of Worcester, 101. Isaac, of Fairfax, son of Benjamin, 104. Isaac, son of Deudo of Caine, 104. Isaac, Benjamin, 159. Isaac's Hall, named after Isaac the Jew, 123. Isaac the J ew, son of Abraham the Jew, from whom he inherited Mustek House, to which he gave the name Isaac's Hall, 123. Isaac, father of Ursell, 125, 129.</page><page sequence="18">211 INDEX. Isaacs, Harris, 133. Isaacs, Rabbi of Jews' society or meet? ing at Ipswich, 136,138. Isaiah, Ibn Ezra's Commentary on, M. Friedl?nder's translation of, 47, 58. Israel, family, grants for arms received by, 160. Issachar, Tribe of, their seal, 155. Isserles, Moses, Rabbi, 146. Ivote, daughter of Benedict Bateman, 91. Iyar, 70. Jacob, reference to blessing of, 154. Jacob of Maudville (see Joseph of Maud ville, 49). Jacob, son of Pictavus, hanged for felony, 86. Jacob, father of Jacob, 97. Jacob, son of Jacob, 87. Jacob de Porta, 89. Jacob, son of Samuel, 91. Jacob, son of Peter, 91. Jacob, son of Perez, 91. Jacob Crispin, 91. Jacob Copin, 91. Jacob, son of Sadekyn of Hereford, 92. Jacob, of G-loueester, 92. Jacob, father of Elias, 92. Jacob, son of Hagin, 94. Jacob, of London, father of Deulecress, 94. Jacob, father of Benedict, 94. Jacob, son of Abraham, 94. Jacob, son of Sampson Levi, 94. Jacob, Levi, father of Cressy, 94. Jacob, son of Isaac de Brauncegate, 95. Jacob de Hedon, 95. Jacob, son of Bonamy, of York, 97. Jacob, father of Moses, 98. Jacob, husband of Ruth, 99. Jacob de Clare, 99. Jacob, father of Cress, 100. Jacob, of London, father of Moses, 101. Jacob, son of Cokerel, 102. Jacob de Winton, 99. Jacob Nade, 99. Jacob Jehuda Leon, Rabi, Hebrewist, architect, 156, 157 (see Templo). Jacobs family, 160. Jacobs, Mr. Joseph, references to his "Jews of Angevin England," 78, 79, 81, 103, 116, 121, 131. Jacobus, Clericus, father of Benedict, 97. Jacobus, Norhamtune, 98. Jacques, of Dunkercq, 25. James, abbot of S. without Northamp? ton, 98. James I., Jewish converts in England up to the reign of, 150. James II. unfilial conduct of Queen Mary to, 143. Jebe, Song arranged by, 12, 13. Jeffery de Bungeye, 125, 127. Jeffry de Gloucester, the Jew, 125. Jerusalem, 49, 67. Jerusalem, R. Joseph ben R. Isaac Al mosnino, from, 146; Hebrew inscrip? tion of on banners of " supporters," 165, 169. Jessel, family, 160 ; crest, jewels in the, 161. Jessel, Zadoc, father of the Master of the Rolls, 161. Jeubury, plot of land shared in common by Jews of York and Lincoln, 105. Jew, two English families named; de? scription of their shield, 158. Jewry, wealth of, revenue derived from, 81 ; Old, 116 ; structure of mediaeval English, 117; difficult to determine limits of, in Bury St. Edmunds, 122; of Norwich in mediaeval times, 122 132, 123, 124; boundaries of, before the time of Edward I., 124; old term for, 124, 125 ; boundaries of, 125; ancient, of Norwich, 126, 128 ; syna? gogue of the, of Norwich, 129 ; site of, 130.</page><page sequence="19">INDEX. 215 Jews, question re readmission of, to Eng? land, 19 ; official petition for expulsion of, presented to Charles II. on his res? toration, 1660, p. 22 ; of Cyprus, 58 ; Lithuanian, 13 ; information con? cerning last generation of, before expulsion, 79; of England, condition of, at the time of their expulsion, 1290, paper read by Mr. B. Lionel Abra? hams, 76-84; their political rela? tions with their masters; martyrs of the Middle Ages, 77; of England, their relations with Christians, 78 ; their numbers, 79; their occupations, 80, 84; of Bury St. Edmunds and Lei? cester, 79 ; of Marlborough, 80 ; leave England within three months after de? cree of expulsion, 81; the revenue they yielded to Edward I., 82 ; financial condition of, in the thirteenth century, 83; in England, no knowledge of poorer classes of, 84; list of houses held in 1290 on fee for a term of years by, 85 ; list of bonds belonging to, 86 ; hanged for felony, 86; hanged outside Bristol Castle, 87; of Bedford, 86; of Bristol, 87; contribute towards Lan gavel, 87; towards ferm of Winchester, 102; of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 88; of Canterbury, 89 ; of Colchester, 90; of Exeter, 91; of Hereford, 92; of Ipswich, 93 ; of Lincoln, 94 ; of London, 97 ; of Northampton, 98 ; of Norwich, 99 ; of Nottingham, 100 ; of Oxford, 101; of Southampton and Winchester, 102; of Stamford, 103; of Warwick, 103; of Wiltshire, 103; of York,105; In? denture on behalf of society or meeting of, at Ipswich, 109 (seq.) ; of Norwich, 122, 123; the New Synagogue and schools of the, 124; Bishop of the Jews (High Priest), 125; Reference to expulsion of the, 130 ; their apprecia? tion of Queen Mary (1694), 141 ; date assigned by Meto for their return to England, 141; 148 ; reference to their expulsion from England, 149, 151 ; their connection with people of the Bible, 158 ; denied right to bear arms by the early heralds, 154 ; antiquity of heraldic devices among, 154; obtained presents of arms before rights of citi? zenship, 158; Escutcheons of, their origin, 160 ; persecutions of, at Damas? cus and Rhodes, 168 ; Proclamation of innocence of, 169 ; reference to Edward I.'s leniency towards, 170 ; reference to murders of, 1320, p. 171. Jewish Chronicles, Mediaeval, reference to, in connection with Ibn Ezra's death, 59. Joce, son of Isaac, 91. Joceus, son of Deulesaut, 88. Joceus, son of Samuel, 90. Joceus, of Colchester, 95, 96. Joceus, son of Deulecress, 99, 102. Joceus, son of Benedict, 105. Joceus, of Kent, 105. Joceus, son of Bonamicus, 105. Joeuene, Richard le, 89. Johannes de Britannia, 176 (Doc. 11) (see Brittany). Johannes le Dessus, 105. Johannes de Greilly, 175 (Doc. 1). Johannis de Litegrene, 105. Johannis de Lodelowe, 104. Johannis le Megre, 98. Johannis de Pabeham, 86. Johannis de Oddebourgh, 93. Johannis de Segate, 105. John, King, extortions from Jews prac? tised by, 81. Johanna, daughter of Adam le Esery veyn, 91. John de la Bere, 1C0. John, the Goldsmith, of Oxford, 101. John de H?rders, 89. John de Legrave, 87.</page><page sequence="20">216 INDEX. John de Norwich, 96. John the pastymaker, fine of, 128. John de Sculthorpe, narrative re his daughter, 128. John de Selby, 105. John, Parish of St., 103. John de Standon, 89. John de Stoketon, 105. John de Thory, 98. John de Wroxham, 125. Jones, Col., 28. Jorvin, Sakerel, 97. Josce, son of Bonefy, 94. Josce, of Caerleon, father of Aaron, 87, 81 ; father of Isaac, 87. Josce, father of Josce, Elyas, Lumbard, 103. Josce G-abbay, 94. Josce Gilbert, son of Aaron, 88. Josce, son of Josce, 103. Josce, father of Leon, Floria, 94 ; Breton, Benedict, Bon, 94. Josce, father of Moses, Aaron, Isaac, Leonin, 91. Josce, of Newbury, 101. Josce, son of Peter, 94. Josce, son of Phille, 100. Josce, son of Salaman of Marlborough, 103. Josce, son of Samuel of London, 94. Josce, son of Saulot, 88. Josce, son of Ursellus, 88. Josce, son of Ursellus of York, 99. Jose, father of Isaacs, 92; son of Maunser, 92. Joseph family, English grants received by, 160. Joseph of Cadiz, 28, 32. Joseph of Maudville, Ibn Ezra's pupil, 49. Joseph ben Jacob of Maudville, Ibn Ezra's pupil, 59, (see Jacob of Maud? ville, Joseph of Maudville, 49). Joseph, Maurice, trustee of Jews' Syna? gogue at Norwich, 113. Jospin, son of Salaman of Marlborough, father of Henne, 103. Josse films Cressentis, 173 (Doc. 3). Josse, son of Aaron of Caerleon, 92. Josse, son of Elias le Brand of London, 92. Josse, son of Maunser, 92. Josse, son of Worcester, father of Maun sellus, 92. Jost, his Geschichte referred to for par? ticulars of Templo's life, 157. Joye, widow of Jacob de Porta, 89. Joye, son of Israel, 92. Joye, of Canterbury, 95. Judah, tribe, their seal, 154 ; Lion of, 157, 161 ; language of, 158 ; tribe of, 158. Judas, 95. Jurden, 41-43. Kaddish, 9, 12. Kalir, 146. "Kan Zippor," MS. in Ramsgate College written by Joseph Montefiore, 163; description of, 163. Kat, Miles, 99. Katharine, Brethren of St. without Lincoln, 96. Katharine, wife of Peter de Bumpstede, 128. Kayserling, 14. Keizer, Mr., 9. Kenney, his song "Sweethearts and Wives," Nathan's music to, 6. Kensington House, Queen Mary's resi? dence, 141. Kent, Moses de, hanged outside Bristol Castle, 87. Kent, Abraham of, 104. Kent, Joceus of, 105. Kent, County of, 85, 164, 168. Kenyngton, 175 (Doc. 9). Kerby, William, 41, 42.</page><page sequence="21">INDEX. 21 7 Kiddush, 55. Kilbuert, Mr., 32. "Kinah Mara" pun on Queen Mary's name, 143. King, Robert, 133 ; of Ipswich, 134. King Street, Norwich, 123. King's Lynn, 131. Kirklington, the Whethams of, 158. Kirkpatrick, John, reference to his Streets and Lanes of the City of Norwich, 123; reference to his Memoir, 123 ; quoted 125,126. Kisch, Moses, trustee of Jews' Synagogue at Norwich, 113. " Kol-Nidrei," classical melody, 10, 12. K?nigsford, name of present King Street, Norwich, 128. Kremsyr, visited by Abendanon, 146. Kyng, Richard, resident of Moyse's Hall, 1514, 122. Labourers, Jewish, in Mediaeval Eng? land, 84. Lakenham, Roger of, accused of selling Jewish meat, Tripha, 128-9. Lancky, Walter, 40, 42. Langavel, 87. Langford, Lord, 5. Langton, Cardinal, Archbishop of Can? terbury, 116. Lansdowne MSS. in British Museum, 86, 88, 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 105. Lara, Marrano family; unregistered, 159 ; arrests, 160. Lathebur, Robertus de, 98. Laurence, de Bonthun, 105. Law, Crown of the, 155 ; Scroll of the, 155 ; reading of, 9 ; Oral, 51. Lawson, family, 160. Lay, Henry, cobbler, 104. Lazarus, Hospital of St., 96. Lazon, Martin de, 30, 31, 32 ; Petition of, 33, 34, 35, 36. Leadenhall Street, Oarvajal established home and warehouse in, 16. Leake, S. Martin, Principal King of Arms, his signature to confirmation of Jacob Franco G-rant of Arms, 168. Lebanon, 183. Lectoria (Lectoure, in Lomagne), 173 (Doc. 3), 174 (Doc. 6). Lectoure, Jews of, reference to Edward I.'s giving up of claim on, 171. Leet of Conisford, quotation from entry in Leet Roll, 1268, 128. Legay, merchant, 29. Leghorn, synagogue at, 161, seq.; Moses Franco of, 166 ; City and port of, John Dick, Consul in, 166, 167. Leicester, Jews driven from, 79. Lely, son of Milca, 95. Leo filius Cressentis, 91; son of Cresse, 97: son of Mauncellus, 100; son of Manser, 101 ; father of Manser, 101. Leo, 173 (Doc. 3). Leon, Jacob Jehuda (Jew) ; his study of Heraldry, 166 ; his visit to England, 156 ; his work, 156. Leon, son of Josce, 94. Leon, son of Benedict, 96. Leonard, Hospital of St., of York, 105. Leoneo, son of Master Elias, 88. Leoni, operatic singer (Myer Lyon), 2,3,10. Leonin, son of Josce, 91. Letters of Intelligence, preservation of two of Carvajal's original, 19. Letters of Marque, 26, 37. Letters of Sabbath, Essay by Ibn Ezra, 52 ; Hebrew transcript of, 61-75. Lettice, wife of Daniel de Stanton, 89. Levi, in heraldry, 153. Levi, Abraham, 94. Levi, Abraham Asher, 136, 138. Levi, Benjamin, 159. Levi, of Harwich, 108. Levi, Isaac, the elder, 136, 138. Levi, Isaac, the younger, 136, 138,</page><page sequence="22">218 INDEX. middlemen in, 15 ; Society of Mer? chants of England established in, 1605, 15 ; 16 ; City of, Carvajal, merchant in, 1649, 17; 18; 19; 20; 21; Cor? poration of City of, presentation of its petition to Charles II., 22 ; 26 ; Ship " Cleare," of, 29 ; 30; merchants of, 35; 36 ; 37 ; Port of, 38 ; 43 ; 44 ; Ibn Ezra in, 1158, begins to write Yes od Mora, 48 ; 49 ; 67 ; 81 ; House for Jewish Converts in, 83; 85; 172; Aaron de (Doc. 7), 174 ; Bonenfaunt of, 92 ; Elias le Blund of, 92; Deule cress of, 94; Jacob of, 94; Samuel of, 94 ; Isaac of, 95 ; 106 ; Isaac l'Evesque of, 92; Deulecress of, 94 ; Jacob of, 94 ; Master Benedict of, 94 ; Isaac of, 95; 97; community of Jews of, 97; Sara of, 98 ; Jacob of, 101 ; converts of, 101; Committee of Deputies of British Jews, 114, 115 ; 121 ; Abbot of the Monastery of Edmondsbury's Palace in, 122 ; Lazarus Levy of, 138 ; Aben danon comes to, at end of