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<plain_text><page sequence="1">INDEX Compiled by Miss S. E. HIRSCH Aaron de Eboraco, father of Auncera, 206. Aaron, father of Cok, 218. Aaron, father of Deulacres, 203. Aaron, father of Isaac, 213. Aaron le fiz Vives {see Aaron son of Vives), 209. Aaron, Mancel le fiz, 209. Aaron, Menasser le tils, 209. Aaron, of Lincoln, 23. Aaron son of Vives, 202, 203, 204, 210 {see Aaron le fiz Vives). Aarons, Elliot D., 165. Abercrombie, Mr., 169. Abjuration, Oath of, 133, 135, 139, 148, 150. Aboab, Jacob, 200. Abraham, Solomon, 165. Abraham son of Elias, son of Moses, 210. Abraham son of Muriel, 202. Abrahams, Israel: Joachim Gaunse, 83, 102; Queen Elizabeth and the Jewish Monarch, 222. Abrahams, Lionel: Sir I. L. Goldsmid and the admission of the Jews of England to Parliament, 116. Abudarham, 103. Accounts, Exchequer, 26 n. Achator, Ralph le, 215. Acle, Alice de, 212. Acosta, Manuel Gomes de, 228. Acres, Thomas of, 31, 74. Act, Bill of Repeal of the Test, 149; The Catholic Relief, 139; The Plan tation, 147; The Reform, 122; Repeal of the Test, 141; Test, 145; The Toleration, 154. Acton, 213, 214. Adam de Osgodesby, Warden of the Domus, 23, 25. Adam le Peyntur, 213. Adler, Rev. M.: History of Domus Con versorum, 26. Adler, E. N.: Jews of Amsterdam in 1655, 224. Admission of the Jews of England to Parliament, 116,130 ; to the Freedom of the City of London, 173. Admission of the Roman Catholics to Parliament, 117. Africa, Northern, 113. Agin {see A gyn), 209. Agincourt, Battle of, 37. Agnes de Norhamtona, 206, 207. Agnes de Santa Radegund, 54. Agnes de Staunford, 53. Agnes de Walingford, 53. Agua, Dr. Lorenzo Pan y, 228. Agyn (see Agin), 209. Alayn, Simon, 212. Albemarle, Lord, 168. Aldworth, 91. Aldworthe, Thomas, 99. Alesia, daughter of Martin the Convert, 23. Alexander the Convert, 33. Alexander the Great, 7, 102; con? quests, 8. 251</page><page sequence="2">252 INDEX. Alexandria, 113. Alicante, 229, 229 n. Alic' de Oxon, 53 {see Alice, Alicia). Alice de Acle, 212. Alice de Oxon, 54. Alice de Wynton, 54. Alice, daughter of Johanna Convers, 68. Alice, of Dartmouth, 35, 36, 39, 50, 66, 75 {see Alicia). Alice, wife of Walter de Lesseburn, 216. Alice, wife of William de Chiltham, 212. Alicia de Bregg', 57, 58. Alicia, of Dartmouth, 55. Alicia de Havenaked, 54. Alicia de Oxon, 57, 58. Alicia de Ponte. 54. Alicia de Sancta Elena, 53. Alicia de Wygorn, 21 n. Alienora Convers, 54. Allegiance, Oath of, 133, 139. Allen, John, 176. Alvares, Fernando, 229. Alver (or Alfred), Oliver (or Olivera), 37, 75. Ambrose Hochstetter, 84, 92. America, 111 ; Citizens of, 12. Ampney, 204, 208. Amsterdam, 107, 194, 195, 197, 224, 225, 226; Jews of, 182, 224, 226, 226 n, 227, 228; Synagogue, 104. Anabaptists, 189. Anglesey, Lord, 185, 193. Anglia Judaica, 147 n. Anglo-Jewish Historical Exhibition, 116, 220. Anglo-Jewish History, Middle Period of, 17, 26. Angre, 209. Anne Boleyn, 39. Anne de Morwelle, 57, 58. Anne de Northk', 53. Anne, Statute of Queen, 133, 134 n. Anti-scripturists, 189. Antoe, Arthur, 47, 75. Antwerp, 29, 95. Apostasy, Famous Sermon on National, 123. Appeal to the Privy Council by Jews against attempted prosecutions, 184. Aragon, 32. Aragon, Catherine of, 38, 39. Arcubus, Radulphus de, 53. Arcy, Sir Norman de, 209. Arlesford, 208. Armada, The Invincible, 43. Army, Cromwell's, and Jews, 194. Arnold, Dr., 122. Arntnitel, Joseph, 199. Arthur Antoe, 47, 75. Arunde, William de, 53. Arundel, 21. Arundel, Mabilla de, 54. Aseti, Briarti, of France 74. Ashmolean MS., 30 n. Asia, 9. Association, The Catholic, 137. Assyria, 6, 8. Assyrians, The, 8. Astraea Redux, 109. Atheists, 189. Atleberg, Roger de, 217. Auckland, Lord, 168. Augsburg, 84, 84 n. Auncera, daughter of Aaron de Eboraco, 206. Australia, Citizens of, 12. Austria, 113. Ayremyne, Richard de, 21 (see Ayrmyne). Ayremyne, William de, 25. Ayrmyne (or Ayrmynne), Richard de, 56, 57, 59 (see also Ayremyne). Aysa, Pudewya-Katherine Whetely, 40, 75. Azrik, Jacob, 184. BAAL Haturim, R. Jacob, 46 n. Babalard, Moses, 215 (see Babelard). Babelard, Moses, 218. Babylon, 6, 111. Bagard, Elias, 216. Baker, Richard, 186.</page><page sequence="3">INDEX. 253 Baladeuthlyn, 215. Balsham, Ralph de, father of Geoffrey, 210. Bandenberg, Jacobus?Jacob del Monte, 226, 227. Bandersterre, Henrique, 229. Bandersterre, Robert, 229. Bangardel, Gerard Carlos, 227 [see Perera). Banishment, Decree of, by Edward L&gt; 179. Baptista, Elizabeth, 39, 75. " Barabbas of Malta," 43. Barbarians, The, 7. Barbary, The Jews of, 198, 199. Barbary States, The, 39, 41. Bard, Roger us, 53. Barewe, Roger de, 61, 62. Baring, Mr., 140. Barnabas de North, 21 n. Barnabas de Norhamtona, 206, 207. Barned, 161. Bartholome us de Wynton, 53. Baruch, 103. Basilia de Norwyco, 21 n. " Bassanio," 44. Bath, 217. Battely, N., 220 n. Beauchamp, Edward, 38, 39, 70, 71, 75. Beauchamp, Richard-Edward Beau champ, 38. Becere, Reginaldus, 53. Bedeford, Jacob de, 207. Bedford, 22, 63, 203, 210, 215, 216 ; The charity, 148 ; The Duke of, 147 n. Bek, Sir Anthony, 209. Bek, John, 202, 206, 215. Bel, Johannes, or Johannis de or le, 53, 61. Belgium, 29. Belhus, Thomas de, 62, 63. Belia, wife of James Coperun, 204. Bell, James, 41. Bellesham, Johanna de, 53. Benedict, 218. Benedict, father of Juetta, 205, 208. Benedict, son of Licoricia, 203. Benedict of Winchester, 211. Benjamin, Joseph, 199. Bentinck, Lord George, in favour of Jewish Emancipation, 125. Benzara, Moses, 199. Berkshire, 61, 215. Berkshire, Earl of, 183. Beron y Fagola, Fran de, 226, 227. Bexley, Lord, 142, 143, 145, 150. Bibliotheca Anglo Judaica, 116. Bilboa, 226, 226 n, 227, 228, 229. Bill, Catholic Relief, 143, 150, 151, 153 ; in favour of Roman Catholics, 138 ; introduced in the House of Commons, 131 ; Jewish Franchise, 168 ; Jews' Naturalisation, 145, 147 ; passed in the House of Commons to remove Jewish Disabilities, 120; The Bill passed, giving Jews privileges, 127; The Reform, 124 ; for the Relief of the Catholics, 138, 139; for the Removal of Jewish Disabilities, 157, 167; for the Removal of Jewish Disabilities by the House of Lords, 120; Repeal of the Jew, 147 n ; of Repeal of the Test Act, 149; The Toleration, 153. Bird, William, 91, 92, 99, 100, 101 (see Byrde). Birde, William. See Bird. Bivas, Isaac, 200. Blackfriars, Gaunse resident in the, 90. Black's Catalogue, 30 n. Blomfield, C. J., Bishop of London, 144. Blount, Edward, 163, 164. Blund, Aaron le, 213, 217. Blund, Moses le, 213. Blunt, 155. Bhmtschli, 177, 177 n. Bodleian Library, 47. Bohemia, 12, 91, 99, 100. Boleyn, Anne, 39. Boleyn la Crase, 56. Bombay, 155. B?mberg of Vrenice, 45. Bona, wife of Fantinus, 213.</page><page sequence="4">254 INDEX. Bonevye, 216. Book of Martyrs, by John Foxe, The, 42. Booth, 147 n. Borel, 79 ; Judaical studies of, 78. Bossue, Juliana la, 53. Bosworth Field, The Battle of, 38. Botiler, Adam le, 202. Bourd, Roger, 56, 58. Bowes, Robert, 41. Bowring, John, 132, 159, 160. Boyville, William de, 62, 63. Bradlaugh, 129. Brahe, Tyeho, 87. Braib[o3f], William de, 202, 211, 215 (see Braybcef). Brampton, Edward, 39, 75. Brandon, 37 n. Brandon, David, 165. Brandon, Edward, 37, 75. Bray, Henry de, 212. Braybcef, William de, 202 {see Braib[oef]). Bregg', Alicia de, 57, 58. Briarti, Aseti, 32, 74. Briarti, Perota, 32, 74. Bright, John, 127. Bristol, 21, 83, 99, 100, 202, 216; Bristol Castle ; Christine de, 54, 57, 58; Gaunse in, 90 ; The Magnates, 91, 92. Bristowe, 99. British Mining, 83 n, 86 n, 89 n, 93 n. Brittany, 83. Broghton, Ralph de, 212. Br?k, Hugh de, 218. Brougham, Lord, 145, 163. Browne, John, 99, 100, 101. Bruce, Robert, 20. Bruges, 183, 198. Brussels, 29. Brussels, Edward of, 29, 32, 74. Buckingham, 62, 215, 216. Buddhism, 12. Bulgarians, The, 4. Burg, H. de, 51. Burg, Sir John de, 209. Burghley, 86, 87, 88 n, 92. Burgo, John de, 212. Burneil, 213, 214, 217. Burton, John of, 63. Bury, 21. Bury, Johannes de, 53. Bury, Juliana de, 21 n. But, Philip, of Cricklade, 18. Byngham, Elizabeth de, 21 n. Byrde, William, 100 (see Bird and Birde). Cabinets of Europe, The, 136. Caceres, 228, 228 n. Cadiz, 227, 227 n. Caherciveen, 151. Calbeck, mines of, 95, 96. Caldebek, Richard de, 56. Calderon, Fernando Antonio Herrera, 226, 227, 228. Cambridge, 45, 45 n, 215. Camperdown, Lord, 168. Camys, Sir John de, 209. Canio, Jacob del, 199. Canterbury, 21, 62, 63, 203, 211, 217, 220, 221. Canterbury, Elena de, 54. Canterbury, Ermentruda de, 54. Canterbury, Gregorious de, 53. Canterbury, Matill' de, 54. Canterbury, Robertus de, 53. Canterbury Synagogue, The, 220. Canvil, Sir Robert, 209. Caraites, The, 78, 79, 80. Cardoso, Balthasar Rodriques, 227. Carl', W., 51 [see Carlisle). Carlile, Mary Ann, Petition by, 130. Carlisle, William, Bishop of, 17 n. Carnarvon, 216. Cartwright, Ebenezer, son of Johanna Cartwright, 194. Cartwright, Johanna, 194. Carvajal, Antonio Fernandez, 179. Casel, John Dury at, 78. Cassel, The Jews in, 82. Castile, 31, 32, 226 n. Castile, John of, 31, 74. Catherine of Aragon, 38.</page><page sequence="5">INDEX. 255 Catholics, The Roman, 122, 125, 136, 137,144, 149, 152,161,180 ; Admitted to Parliament, 117 ; Association, 137 ; Bill in favour of the, 138; Bill for the relief of, 138, 139; Church, 11; Emancipation, 119,120,137; Members of Parliament, 139 ; Relief Act, 139 ; Relief Bill, 143, 150, 151, 153. Cecil, 88. Cecilia de Lutegarshall, 21 n. Chancellor's Court, The, 24. Chancery Lane, 17 (see Domus Conver sorum); Almshouses, 39; House in, 20 [see Domus Conversorum). Charles I., 104, 106. Charles II., 48, 107, 108, 131, 181, 184, 188, 195; approached by the Jews, 183 ; Petition presented by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London to, 182. Charter, The Foundation of the Domus Conversorum, 17 n. Chaucer, 32. Chaucombe, Geoffrey de, 215, 218. Chelewarton, Thomas de, 205, 207 (see Chelwarton, also Chylwarton). Chenedut, Sir Stephen de, 209. Cheshire, 95. Chevage, The, 18, 19. Chichester, 167. Chi ehester, John de Langton, Bishop of, 20. Chichester, Ricardus de ( = Cicesf), 53. Chichester, Order issued to the Bishop of, 17 n. Chilmead, Edmund, 104. Chiltham, William de, 212. Chilwarton, The Manor of, 203. Chilwarton, Thomas de, 203 (see Chyl? warton, also Chelewarton). China, 111. Christianity, 10. Christina de Gellingham, 53 (see Cristina). Chudworth, Ralph, 78. Church of England, The, 131 ; Men, 145; Panic in, 122. Chylwarton, Thomas de, 203 (see Chil warton, also Chelewarton). Cissor, Ricardo de, = Richard, 56, 58. Citizens, Jews as European, 13. City Exchange, The Jews as brokers of the, 181. City of London, Admission of the Jews to the Freedom of, 173; Jewish Electors of the, 175; Jews prevented from be? coming freemen of, 118 ; Petition presented by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the, to Charles II., 182. City of Tangier, 200. Civil Disabilities of the Jews in Eng? land, 117. Civil Rights of the Jews, 173. Civilisation, European, 11, 13; Occi? dental, 13. Clanrickarde, Lord, 167. Clare, Mosseus de, 218. Claremunda de Southampton, 210. Clarendon, 209. Claricia la Convers or Converse, 26, 53. Claricia of Exeter, daughter of Jacob Copin, 18, 21 n, 26, 31, 34, 37, 74 (see Claricia de Oxon); The Children of, 28. Claricia de Exon (see Exeter), 21 n. Claricia, mother of Richard and Cather? ine, 28. Claricia de Oxon, 57, 58. Clifford's Tower, York, 230. Close of the House, Converts excluded from the, 24. Close Rolls, 20 n, 22 to, 23 n, 25 n, 26, 26 n; Extracts from the, 202. Closeburn, Stewart Montbeath of, 171. Clyf, Henry de, 23. Cob[ham], J. de, 215. Cobeham, John de, 203. Cohen = Episcopus, Preface. Cohen, Abraham, 165, 199, 200. Cohen, Albert, 165. Cohen, Andrew, 165. Cohen, B., 165. Cohen, Isaac, 165. Cohen, Jacob, 165.</page><page sequence="6">256 INDEX. Cohen, Judah, 165. Cohen, Sol., 165. Cok, son of Aaron, 218. Cole, Richard, 91, 99, 100, 101. Colosseum, The, 113. Colston, 91. Colston, Thomas, 99. Colyere, Richard le, 218. Common Council, The, 173. Commons, House of, 127, 130, 137, 149, 154, 155, 164, 167, 173, 174, 175, 183 ; Bill introduced in the, 131 ; Bill passed by the, for removing Jewish disabilities, 120 ; Peel against Jewish Emancipation in the, 124. Commonwealth, The, 105, 107, 108, 183. Conference, The Whitehall, 77, 78. Conferences, The Whitehall, 179, 180. Confessor, Edward the, 147. Constancia de Reding, 53. Constantine, 113. Constantinople, 136. Convers, Alienora, 54. Convers, Claricia la, 53. Convers, Editha la, 53. Convers, Elizabeth, 65. Convers, Henry le, 206. Convers, Johanna, 68. Convers, Letitia, 54. Convers, Martin us de, 53. Convers, Saverus, 53. Convers, William Leicester ( = William of Leicester), 34. Converse, Claricia la, daughter of Jacob Copin, 26. Converse Inn, Le, 17 n. Converse, Isabella la, 22. Converse, Mabel la, 207. Conversorum, Domus, 16, 17, 18, 20, 28, 28 n, 29, 31, 32, 33, 45, 47, 48, 55, 64, 65, 66, 67 [see Domus Conversorum); abolished, 49; Architectural history of the, 35; Fame of the, spreads to Brussels, 29; Foundation Charter of the, 17 n ; founded by Henry III., 19 ; Inmates of the, 74; The Keepers of the, 30; Order of Henry III. for the formation of the, 51; Rules of govern? ment of the, 52 ; Two officers of the Chancellor's Court visit the, 24. Convert, Alexander the, 33. Convert, John the, 31. Convert, Martin the, 23. Convert, Ralph the, 33. Converts excluded from the Close of the House, 24. Converts, Hospital of, London (= House of Converts), 49, 70. Converts' House, London ( = Hospital of Converts, Domus Conversorum), 16, 16 n, 18, 20, 22, 23, 26, 28, 30, 39. Converts' Inn, The (= Domus Conver? sorum), 17. Converts, London Home for ( = Domus Conversorum), 29; London Refuge for, 32 ; Order of the Exchequer renewed for payment of pensions to, 22. Converts, Origin of House of, 21. Cooba Massa (= Fortunati Massa), 43,75. Cook, Mary (= Omell Faitt Isya), 39, 40, 41, 75. Coperun, James, 204. Copin, Jacob, father of Claricia la Con? verse, 18, 26. Copyn, Jacob, 216. Corcos, Miss Ada, 202. Cordell, William, 72. Cornish tin mines, The, 83. Cornwall, 61, 83, 89, 215. Cornwall, Edmund, Earl of, 218, 219. Coronel, August in, 182. Coronels, The, 183. Costa, Mendes de, 182. Costas, The, 183. Cotgrave, 37 n. Cotigno, 48. Councell of State, 104. Council, The Common, 173, 174; The Lords in, 183 ; of Officers, 194 ; Order in, issued, 20 ; The Privy, 185; Privy, an appeal by the Jews against at? tempted persecutions, 184.</page><page sequence="7">INDEX. 257 Court of High Commission, 92. Crawford Muir, 88. Cressantus, Lumbard, son of, 219. Gresseus, father of Isaac, 217. Cresseus, son of Genta, 217. Cresseus, son of Jacob and Floria, 213. Cressy, Victory of, 29. Cricklade, 21. Cricklade, Lombard de, 219. Cricklade, Philip le But of, 18. Cricklade, Robertus de, 53. Cricklade, Thomas de = Thomas de Crykelade, 53, Cricklade, Willelmus de (= William de Crykelade, Chaplain of the Domus Conversorum), 23, 24, 25, 53. Cristina de Gellingham, 53. Cristina de Kendal, 54. Cr is tine de Bristoll, 54, 57, 58. C ristine de Warwyk, 54. Cromwell, Oliver ( = Crumwell), 17, 41, 49, 86, 108, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 195, 197 ; The Jewish question in the time of, 77; Menasseh ben Israel's Mission to, 79 ft, 80 n, 178 n, 180 n. Cromwell, Richard, 181. Cromwell, Thomas, Master of the Rolls, 40, 71. Crookback, Richard, 38. Croyland, Johannes de, 21 n. Croys, 83. Crumwell (= Cromwell), 197. Crykelade, Thomas de ( = Thomas de Cricklade), 56, 58. Crykelade, William de (? Willelmus de Cricklade), 58. Crypto-Jews ( = Marranos), 178, Culworth, Richard de, 217. Cumberland, 85, 87, 90, 94, 96. Cunningham, 83??,, 84 90. Curteys, Richard, 91, 100. Czech, 12. Dacosta, Manuel Gomes, 228. Dacre, Ranulph de, 202, 215. Dacuna, Balthasar, 229. VOL. IV. Dam, Moyses van, 85. Daniel Hochstetter, Master of the Royal Mines ( = Dariell Heigsteter), 85, 86, 87, 88, 95, 96, 97, 98. Danzic ( = Dantzig), 95, 195. Dariell Heigsteter ( = Daniel Hoch? stetter), 87. Dartmouth, 35. Dartmouth, Alice of, 35, 36, 39, 50, 55, 56, 75. Dartmouth, Johanna of, 35, 36, 50, 55, 60, 75. David Pole, 34, 65. David Williams, 38, 70. Davidic Period, The, 5. Davidic Period, The Pre-, 5. De Burg, H., 51. Decennial meeting, Preface. Decree of banishment issued by Edward I., 179 ; of expulsion, 50. Del Canis, Jacob, 199. Denys, John de St., 23. Deodands, 19 ?i. Deputies, Board of, for the affairs of the British Jews, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175; Report of, 140, 141, 142. Derby, 22, 215. Deulacres, Hagin, son of, 217. Deulacres, son of Aaron, 203. Deulegard, Jospynus, son of, 203. Devizes, 212. Devon, 33, 202, 215, 216. Devonshire, 60. Devorgilla, Robert, son of, 212. Diadochoi, The, 8. Diaspora, The, 8, 9. Diocletian, 113. Dion Cassius, 9. Dionisis, Emma de Sante, 53. Dionysius, Johannis or John de St., 52, 63. Disabilities of the Jews of England, 118; Bill for the removal of Jewish, 157, 167 ; Bill passed in the House of Commons to remove Jewish, 120; Bill for the removal of Jewish?re 11</page><page sequence="8">258 INDEX. jected by the House of Lords, 120 ; Civil, of the Jews in England, 117; Legal, of the Jewish community, 117. Dispersion, The, 9. Disraeli, 126. Dissenters, 122, 125, 145, 154, 163; Emancipation of, 119. Documents, 186. Domestic State Papers, 88. Domingo, St., 178. Domus Conversorum ( = Converts' Inn, Hospital of Converts, &amp;c, was foun? ded by Henry III. It was estab? lished in 1290 in Chancery Lane, where now the Rolls Office stands, and was abolished in 1891), 16, 17, 18, 20, 23, 28, 28 n, 29, 31, 33, 45, 47, 48, 55, 64, 65, 66, 67; abolished, 49; Architecture of the, 16 n; Architec ? tural history of the, 35 ; Fame of the, spreads to Brussels, 29 ; Foundation Charter of the, 17 n; Founded by Henry III., 19; Gardens adjoining the, 32; History of the, 16, 33; The inmates of the, 74; The Keeper of the Charges against the, 25; The Keepers of the, 30: Order of Henry III. for the foundation of the, 51; Payments to the, 19; Rules for the government of the, 52 ; Story of the, in the Pre-Expulsion Period, 16 n ; Two officers of the Chancellor's Court visit the, 24. Dordrecht, 37. Dormido, David Abrabanell, 184. Dorset, 215. Down, 204, 208. Draiton, 208. Drake, 43, 47. Dryden, 109. Dublin, 167. Dunnswage, 203. Durdraght, 75. Durdrang, John, 37. Dury, John, 78, 79, 79 n, 80, 81, 82; and the English Jewry, 76 ; Dury's corre spondence with Menasseh ben Israel, 80n ; Dury's pamphlet, 77. Dutch workmen, 89, 96; working in Cornish mines, 83. Earliest Jewish Prayers for the Sove? reign, The, 102. Ebo[raco], 169, 170. Ebreu, John le, 27, 56, 57. Ebreu, Johannes le (see John le Ebrew). Ebury, William, 194. Edict of Expulsion, The, 19. Edinburgh, 169, 170. Editha la Convers, 53. Edmund (a convert), 74. Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, 218, 220 n. Edward the Confessor, 147, 148. Edward, King, 59, 60, 61, 62, 70. Edward I., 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 49, 83, 147, 189, 190, 202, 220 n; Decree of banishment of, 179. Edward II., 220. Edward III., 30 n, 36. Edward IV., 37, 38. Edward VI., 41, 180. Edward Beauchamp, 39, 70, 71, 75. Edward Brampton, 39, 75. Edward Brandon, 37, 75. Edward of Brussels, 29, 30, 32, 74. Edward, the eldest son of Henry III., 214. Edward Scales, 39, 75. Edward St. John, 28, 29, 74. Edward of Westminster, or de West? minster, 37, 38, 70, 75. Edward of York, King, 38. Egmont, Lord, 174?. Egypt, 8, 111, 137, 222. Egyptians, The, 8. Eldon, Lord Chancellor, 148, 167. Eleanor, Queen, 204, 205, 207, 210, 216. Electors of the City of London, The Jewish, 175. Elena, Alicia de Sancta, 53. Elena de Cant', 54. Elgin Burghs, The, 154.</page><page sequence="9">INDEX. 259 Elianore de Seyn Pol, 57, 58. Elias of London, 215. Elias, son of Moses, 206, 210, 216, 217. Elias de Preston, 62. Elias Sabot, 36. Elizabeth (Queen), 46, 72, 73, 83, 85, 86, 88. Elizabeth (of York, Queen), 39. Elizabeth Baptista, 39, 75. Elizabeth de Byngham, 21 n. Elizabeth Convers, 65. Elizabeth, daughter of Rabbi Moses, 33, 36, 64, 65, 74. Elizabeth Furdinando, 46, 47, 75. Elizabeth Pole, 34, 35, 65. Elizabeth Portingale, 39, 75. Elizabeth the Portuguese, 40. Elliosen, Philipp, 168,169. Elvira, Councils of, 113. Elyz, Master, 209. Emancipation of Dissenters, The, 119. Emancipation, Jewish, 117, 120, 124, 140, 155, 170; Lord George Bentinck in favour of, 125; opposed by Glad? stone, 124; The struggle for Parlia? mentary, 130. Emancipation Movement, The, 118. Emancipation of Roman Catholics, The, 119, 120, 137. Embden, Margrave John of, 88. Emma de Sante Dionisio, 53. Empire, The Persian, 6 ; destroyed, 8. Enfranchisement, Jewish, 174, 175. England, 95 ; Church of, 131 ; Mines in, 84 ; Panic in the Church of, 122; Status of the Jews in, after the Re-Settlement, 177. English Sermons, need of a complete Bibliography, 102. Ermedruta de Cant', 54. Ermynne, Richard de, 57. Essex, 62, 215, 217. Essex, Lord, 163. Estremadura, 228. Ethiopia, 222. Eton, Henry of, 75. Europe, 9 ; Cabinets of, 136; Citizens of, 12 ; Jews in, 13, 198; Nations of, 11; South, 39. European, 12; Civilization, 11, 13; His? tory of the, States, 11 ; Jews as, Citizens, 13; Jews, 199 ; Jews as, 13 ; Turkey, 136. Evangelists, Oath on the, 158. Evesham, The Battle of, 219. Exchequer Accounts, 26 n. Exeter, 21, 202; The Children of Claricia of, 28; Claricia of, daughter of Jacob Copin, 18; Claricia de (see Exon), 21 n, 26, 31, 34, 37, 74; The Jews of, 26; Katherine of, daughter of Claricia, 28, 28 n, 29; Richard of, son of Claricia, 28, 28 n, 29. Exhibition, Anglo-Jewish, 220 n ; of Jewish Historical Society, 216. Exon (Exeter), Claricia de, 21 n. Expulsion of the Jews, 17, 18, 26, 28, 31, 35, 83; Decree of, 50; The Edict of, 19; The Great, 20, 38, 49; from Spain, 38. Extracts from the Close Rolls, 202. Ezra, 103. Fagola, 228, 229. Fagola, Fran de Beron y, 226, 227. Fantinus, son of Aaron le Blund, 213. Faulkner, Benjamin Rawlinson, Preface. Fazakerley, 147 n. Ferdinand of Spain, 38. Ferdinandus, Philip, 45, 45 n, 46, 75. Fernando, John, 38, 75. Ferrando, Johannes, 70, 71. Fifth Monarchy Men, 108. Finsbury, 154. Firth, C. H.: Some Historical Notes, 1648-1680, 194. Flanders, 225 n. Florence, 222. Florence, The Duke of, 196. Floria, mother of Cresseus, 213. Floria, wife of Elias, 215. Floria, wife of Hagin de Webbeleye, 219.</page><page sequence="10">260 INDEX. Fobbyng, 209. Foedera (Rymer's), 26, 31. Foleham, Robert de, 202. Fortunati Massa = Cooba Massa, 43. Foundation Charter of the Domus Con? versorum, 17 n. Fourbiere, Petronilla de, 57. Fourbour, Petronille de, 58 (see Four? biere) . Foxe, Charles James, 119. Foxe, John, author of the "Book of Martyrs," 41, 42, 44. France, 95, 114, 121; Campaign against, 29; The Jews of, 65; War with, 28, 30. Franchise Bill, Jewish, 168. Francis, Colonel Grant, 93 n. Franco, Francis M., 165. Franco, Melchor Mendes, alias Abraam Franco Mendes, 227. Franco, Mos, 165. Frankfort = Frankfurt, 168, 169; Jews of, 155. Frankfurt. (See Frankfort.) Franklin, Phineas, 169, 170. Freedom of the City of London, The Admission of the Jews to the, 173. Free School, Jews', 138. French, The, 162, 198. Frosse, Ulrick, a German, Manager at Neath, 90. - Fry, Elizabeth, 164. Fuggers, The, 84. Furberesse, Petronilla la, 22, 54 (see Fourbiere). Furdinando, Elizabeth, 46, 47, 75. GAMARRA, Don Estaban de, 224, 225. Ganz, David, 87. Ganz, Jean, 92. Gardein, Simon Gamstede, 69, 70. Gardein, Thomas de Stanley, 54, 65. Gardiner, S. R., 97. Gascony, 206. Gascoyne, Isaac ( = General Gascoyne), 161." Gaunse, Joachim, horn in Prag, Bo? hemia, 83, 86, 87, 89. 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101 ; declares him? self a Jew, 91; in Cumberland and Wales, 90. Gaunstede, Simon. 36, 67. Gellingham, Christina de, 53. Gena, wife of Jacob de Bedeford, 207. Genoa, 193. Genta, mother of Cresseus, 217. Geoffrey, son of Ralph de Balsham, 210. GeorgeL, 48, 132, 133, 149. George II., 132, 133. George IV., 131, 133, 139, 159. George, Bishop of Londonderry, 48. Gerberg, W., 215. German Experts, 85, 90; Miners, 84 ; Judaeo Sermons, 102; Mining Ex? perts, 85. Germans, The, 83. Germany, 65, 80, 89, 114, 121 ; John Dury in, 78. Ghetto System, The, 185. Gladstone, Mr., Member for the Univer? sity of Oxford, 123 ; opposed the Bill for Jewish Emancipation, 124 ; spoke in favour of Jewish claims, 126. Glengall, Lord, 151. Gloucester, 202, 204, 215, 218. Gloucester, Duke of, 159. Gloucestria, William de, 210. Glyn, Lord Chief Justice, 179. Godfrey le Clerk of Wordham, 211. Goldsmid, Aaron Asher, 165. Goldsmid's Correspondence, Selections from, 130. Goldsmid, Francis H., 116,130, 133,165. Goldsmid, Frederick D., 165. Goldsmid, I. L., 116, 119, 120, 135, 137 144, 151, 153-157, 159-176 ; portrait of, frontispiece. Goldsmid, Sir Julian, 116. Goldsmid, M. A., 165. Goldsmid, Samson, 165. Goringes, Walterus de, 21 n. Graetz, 1, 31?, 32, 106 n.</page><page sequence="11">INDEX. 261 Graham, J. R. G., 160. Grandisono, Otto de, 215. Grant, Sir Robert, Governor of Bombay, 154, 155, 156, 164, 168, 169, 175. " Gratiano," 44. Greece, 7. Greek Church, The orthodox, 12. Greek Period, The, 7. Greeks, The, 4, 136. Green, John Richard, historian, 49. Gregorius de Cant', 53. Greiff, B., 84 n. Grelle, Robert, 212. Grey, John de, 207. Grey, Lord, 124, 163, 166, 169. Greynham, Peter de, 216. Grimsby, An English family named Gaunse in, 92. Guildford, 211. Guildhall Archives, The, 186. Guipiizcoa, 226 n. Gunpowder Plot, The, 47. Gurney, 140. Gurre, Fran0 y Antonio de, 227 {see Perera). Hackelutel, Walter, 217. Hackney, Prayer-meetings at, 195, 197. Haes, Frank, The Canterbury Syna? gogue, 220; Clifford Tower, 230; Preface. Hagin, son of Deulacres, 217. Hagin, John de, son of Master Moses, 207. Hansard, 146. Hardwicke, Lord, 147, 147 n. Hardy, W. J., 26, 47 n; Syllabus to Rymer, 17 n. Hart, Abraham, 165. Hart, Stephen, 165. Hartlib, Samuel, 77, 78, 79, 80. Haseleye, 65. Hastings, Miles de, 216. Hatheld, John de, 31, 74. Hauteyn, H?mo, 212. Hauville, Elias de, 210. Havenak, John of, 18, 27. Havenaked, Alicia de, 54. Havenaked, Johannes de, 53. Hawys de Oxon, 54. Heoham, Roger de, 20; Report of, 21. Heigstetten, Dariell = Daniel Hoch? stetten 87. Hellas, 7. Hellenes, The, 7. Hellenistic Judaism, 8, 9; The King? doms, 10; The Moderate Party, 9 ; The Period, 8. Helyun, Walter de, 203, 204, 205, 215. Henrietta Maria, 104, 106. Henriques, J. Y., 165. Henry III., 17, 17 n, 22, 214; founded the Domus Conversorum, 19; order for the foundation of the Domus Con? versorum, 51. Henry IV., 54, 55. Henry V., 37. Henry VI., 38. Henry VII., 38, 70. Henry VIII., 39, 40, 41, 83, 84, 84 n. Henry le Convers, 206. Henry Cotigno, 48. Henry of Eton, 75. Henry, King, 64, 65. Henry Martyn, 68. Henry of Oxford, 28 n. Henry de Oxon, 53, 56, 58. Henry of Stratford, 37, 68, 69, 75. Henry Vaghan = Henry Vaughan. Henry Vaughan, 38, 39, 70, 71, 75. Henry of Windsor, 39, 75. Henry of Woodstock, 36, 67, 75. Henry de Wynton, 53. Hereford, 202, 212, 213, 214, 215, 217. Hereticks, 189. Hertford, Lord, 151, 215. Hirsch, Miss S. R., 245. Historical Notes by C. H. Firth, 194. History of the " Domus Conversorum,' 16.</page><page sequence="12">262 INDEX Hitchen, Robert, 91. Hitchen, Wyllyam, 100, 101. Hochstetter, Ambrose, 84, 92. Hochstetter, Daniell = Dariel Hoch? stetter, 85, 89, 95, 96, 97, 98. Hochstetter, Emanuel, 89. Hochstetter, Joachim, 84, 85. Hochstetten, The, 84 n, 92. Hock, S., 88 n. Holland, 37, 104,106, 225 n ; The Estates General of, 225. Holland, Lord, 119, 131, 135, 137, 139, 140, 141, 143, 144, 145, 153, 157, 166, 167, 175, 176. Holland, Vassall = Lord Holland. Home for Converts, 29. " Hope of Israel," 79 n, 104, 108. Horndon, Moses de, 219. Horovitz, M., 88 n. Horton, William de, 61. Hospital of Converts, London = House of Converts, 49, 70. House in Chancery Lane, 20 [see Domus Conversorum). House of Commons, 127, 130, 137, 145, 149, 150, 154, 155, 156, 164, 167, 173, 175, 183 ; Bill introduced in, 131; Bill passed in, to remove Jewish dis? abilities, 120; Feel against Jewish Emancipation, 124. House of Converts = Hospital of Converts = Domus Conversorum, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 26, 30, 38. House, Converts excluded from the Close of the, 24. House, Origin of, of Converts, 21. House of Lords, 127, 137, 141, 149, 150, 155 ; Bill for removal of disabilities of Jews, 120 ; some members of the, on the Liberal side, 118. Houses of Parliament, The, 143, 165, , 182, 186. Hugh de Sancto Vasto, 202. Hugh, son of Oto {see Otto), 203. Hugo de Sancto Vasto, 202. Humble Addresses, The, 105. Hundred Years' War, The, 28. Hunt, chief historian of British mining, 83, 86 n, 89, 90, 93 n. Huntingdon, 63, 203, 215. Huse, Alexander, 213. Hussite Struggles, The, 11. Hyde, Sir Edward, 198. Hyndryngham, Robert of, 69. Hyndryngham, Robin of, 36. Iberian Peninsula, Emigration of Jews from the, 38. India, 111. Inglis, Sir R., 156. Inquisition, Research into records in Portugal, Preface. Inquisition, Council of the, 224. Inquisition, the royal, 28. Inquisitions, The, 226. Interests of the British Jews, Political, 173. Inverness Burghs, The, 154. Invincible Armada, The, 43. Ireland, 193; Mines in, 84; Nedham went to, 88. Irish Bishoprics abolished, 122. Irish Church Question, The, 163. Isaac, A., 165. Isaac, son of Aaron, 213. Isaac, son of Cresseus, 217. Isaac, son of Joceus de Joevine, 206. Isabella, Queen, wife of Edward II., 22. Isabella de Sancte Paulo, 22 n, 54. Isabella de Seynpol, 57, 58. Isabella of Spain, 38. Ishmael, Rabbi, 46%. Isocrates, 7. Isoida de Oxon, 21 n. Israel, The Hope of, 79 n. Israel, Menasseh ben, 48, 77, 78, 80, 104, 105, 107, 108, 178, 180, 182, 184; correspondence with Dury, 80 n; mission to Cromwell, 79 w, 80 n, 178 w, 180 n, 184 7i. Isya, Omell Faitt = Mary Cook, 40, 75. Italians, The, 198.</page><page sequence="13">INDEX. 263 Jacob Baal Haturim, R., 46 n. Jacob, father of Cresseas, 2i3. Jacob, father of Moses and Benedict, 218. Jacob of London, Prayer-book of Rabbi, 103. Jacob Maza, 48. Jacob Paul, 48, 73. Jacob, son of Leo, 202. Jacob, son of Portebinus, 210. Jacob Wolfgang, 75. Jacobs, Jacob, 165. Jacobs, Joseph, 116. Jacobs' Jews of Angevin England, 34 n. Jacobs' Law Dictionary, 19 n. Jacques, William of St., 36. Jacques, William de, 65, 66, 75. Jakes, William de St., 55. James, father of Manasser, 213. James, son of Moses, 217. James I., 20, 48, 73. Janato of Spain, 30, 74. Jehooda Menda = Nathaniel Menda, 41, 75. Jeovene, Bartholomew le, 216. Jeovene, Joceus de, 205, 208. Jeovne, Joceus de, father of Isaac, 216. Jeremiah, Letter of, 6. Jerusalem, 9. Jessel, Sir George, 49. " Jessica," 44. Jew Bill, Repeal of the, 147 n. '?Jew of Malta," 43, 44. Jewish, Anglo-, Exhibition, 220 n. Jewish Board of Deputies, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175. Jewish Claims, 121; Gladstone in favour of, 126 ; The supporters of, 119. Jewish Community in England, 155 ; Legal disabilities of the, 117. Jewish Disabilities, Bill passed in the House of Commons to remove, 120 ; Bill rejected by the House of Lords for the removal of, 120 ; Bill for the removal of, 157, 167. Jewish electors of the City of London, 175. J?ewish Emancipation, 117, 120, 124, 140, 155, 170; Lord George Bentinck in favour of, 125; opposed by Glad? stone, 124. Jewish Enfranchisement, 174, 175. Jewish Franchise Bill, 168. Jewish Monarch, The, 222. Jewish National Statistics, 157. Jewish Parliamentary Emancipation, The struggle for, 130. Jewish Proselytism, 7. Jewish Question, The, 77, 121, 126 ; Pamphlet on, 77. Jewish Status, 180. Jews admitted to the Freedom of the City of London, 173; of England ad? mitted to Parliament, 130; of Am? sterdam, 182, 226, 226 n, 227, 228 ; appeal to the Privy Council against attempted prosecutions, 184 ; ap? proached Charles II., 183; The Bar bary, 198,199; Bill passed giving privi? leges to Jews, 127 ; Board of Deputies for the affairs of British, 139, 140, 141, 142 ; as brokers on the City Exchange, 181; in Cassel, 82; Civil disabilities of the, in England, 117; Civil rights of the, 173; of England, 136 ; of England admitted to Parliament, 116; Disabilities of the, 118; in Europe, 13; European, 198, 199; as European citizens, 13 ; Expulsion of the, 83; of Frankfurt, 155 ; Free School, 138 ; Moorish, 199; Naturalisation Bill, 145, 147; of Norwich, 204; outside Palestine, 9; A petition against the, by Violet, 181 n; Political interests of the British, 173 ; prevented from becoming freemen of the City of London, 118; Roumanian, 177, 111 u; A second petition against the Jews by Thomas Violet, 182 ; The status of the, in England after the Re-Settle? ment, 177; in Switzerland, 82; in Tangiers, 198, 201; A third petitior against the, by Thomas Violet, 182.</page><page sequence="14">264 INDEX. Joachim Hochstetter, 84, 85. Joan, daughter of Agnes de Norhamtona, 207. Joan, wife of Ralph de Silveston, 218. Joceus, 211. Joceus of Hereford, father of Manasser, 212. Joceus, son of Isaac de Norhamtona, 218. Johan de Parys, 53. Johanna de Bellesham, 53. Johanna Convers, 68. Johanna, of Dartmouth, 35, 36, 50, 55, 56, 75. Johanna de Leicester (= Leycestr'), 30, 54, 57, 58. Johanna, of Northampton, 28 n. Johanna de Norwyc, 53. Johanna de Nottingham, 54, 57, 58. Johanne, John de Sancto, 216. Johanne de Norht', 54, 57, 58. Johannes le Bel, 53, 61. Johannes de Bury, 53. Johannes de Croyland, 21 n. Johannes le Ebreu, 56, 57. Johannes, Ferrando, 70, 71. Johannes de Havenaked, 53. Johannes de Norht', 53, 56, 57. Johannes de Philiper, 53. Johannes de Roffa, 61. Johannes de Rossa, 53. Johannes de Sancte Marie, 55, 64. Johannes de Santo Salvatore, 53. Johannes, Seyt, 70. Johannes de Stamford, 53. Johannes de St. Dionysius, 63. Johannes de Wvnton, 21 n. Johannis. {See Johannes.) John of Buxton, 63. John of Castille, 31, 74. John the Convert, 31. John, Edward St., 74. John, Fernando, 38, 75. John of Hat field, 31, 74. John of Kingston, 31, 74. John of Northampton, 23, 25. John de Sancte Maria of Spain, 31, 33, 35, 74. John, son of Edward of St. John, 28, 74. John, son of Johannes de Havenaked, 53. John de St. Dionysias, 52, 59. John of St. Paul, 30, 74. Jorinus, the King's Jew, 217. Josceus, son of Menasser, 213. Joseph, John, 165. Joseph, Joseph, 165. Joseph, Joshua, 165. Josephus, 103. Jospynus, son of Deulegard, 203. Judseo-German Sermons, 102. Judaical Studies of Borel, 78. Judaism, Beginning of the expansion of, 8 ; Hellenistic, 8, 9. Judaistic Period, The, 8. Judea, 113. Juetta, daughter of Benedict, 205, 208. Juliana la Bossue, 53. Juliana de Bury, 21 n. Juliana, de Kendale, 54, 57, 58. Juliana de Northampton, 53. Juliana de Norwyco, 54. Juliana, wife of Martin, 53. Jury-Lane, Canterbury, 220. KANCIA, Walter de, 208. Karaites, The, 78, 80. Katherine of Aragon, 39. Katherine of Exeter, daughter of Clar icia, 28, 28 n, 29. Katherine Wheteley (= Aysa Pudewya), 39, 40, 41, 75. Kaufman, D., 88 n, 103. Keble, 123. Keeper of the Dom us, Charges against the, 25. Kemesye, 212. Kendal, Cristina de, 54. Kendall, Hugo de, 53, 206, 211, 215, 217. Kendall, Julia de, 58. Kendall, Juliana de, 54, 57. Kent, 215.</page><page sequence="15">INDEX. 265 Kepler, 87. Kesvvick in Cumberland, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 94, 95, 96; works destroyed, 86 ; works rebuilt, 86. Keyser, Sol., 165. Kimehi, 46 n. King-maker, Warwick the, 38. "King's Head," The, 220 n. Kingston, John of, 31, 74. Kirketon, Alexander de, 202, 215. Kitchen, Robart, 99, 100, 101. La Bossue, Juliana, 53. La Convers, Claricia, 53. La Convers, Editha, 53. La Furberesse, Petronilla, 54. Lambert, John, 40, 71. Lampader, 212. Lancashire, 95. Langley, 208. Langley, Palace of, 33. Langley, Philipp, 99, 100, 101. Langleye, Philipp. (See Langley.) Langton, Sir John de, Bishop of Chi? chester, 20. Lansdowne, Lord, 140. Laufare, Little, 209. " Launcelot," 44. Laurence, son of Iosce of London, 60. Laurencius de Nicholl, 53. Laurencius de St. Martin, 31, 74. Lazarus, Prof. M., Preface. Leaghorne ( = Leghorn), 196. Le Bel, Johannes, 53. Lecia de Northamtone, 53. Ledes, 209. Le Ebreu, Johannes = John le Ebreu. Le Ebreu, John, 27, 56, 57. Lee, Sidney L., 16, 38 n, 46 n, 47 n, 50. Legal Disabilities of the Jewish Com? munity, 117. "Leges Confessoris," 147 n. Leghorn, 196 {see Leaghorne). Leicester, 21, 22, 215. Leicester, The Earl of, 85. Leicester, Johanna of, 30, 54, 57, 58. Leicester, Roger de Bare we of, 61, 62. Leicester, William of, 30, 31, 34, 35, 54, 74. Le Neve, 183 n. Leo, father of Jacob, 202. Leon, Jacob Jehudah, 106, 107. Leonius, father of Maunsel, 217, Lesseburn, Walter de, 216. Leticia Convers, 54. Levant, The, 136. Levi, Henry, 165. Levi, Isaac, 165. Levi, N. P., 165. Levi, Sol., 165. Levitas, R. Elias, 46 n. Levitt, L, 165. Levy, Rev. S. : John Dury and tlie Eng? lish Jewry, 76. Levy, S., 165. Levyn (Levi), Thomas, 32, 33, 64, 74. Lewes, Battle of, 219. Ley burn, Sir William de, 209. Leyden University, 45. Licoricia, Benedict, son of, 203. Lincoln, 21, 60, 61, 212, 215. Lincoln, Aaron of, 23. Lincoln, Petronilla de, 53. Lincolnia, William de, 206. Linds, E. H., 165. Little Laufare, 209. Little-pet-lane, 220. Liverpool, 137, 138. Lollards, The, 121, 152. London, 95, 203, 204, 210, 213; Ad? mission of the Jews to the Freedom of the City of, 173 ; Converts' House, 22 ; Home for Converts, 29 ; Hospital for Converts, 70; Jewish Electors of the City of, 175 ; Jews in, 182; Jews prevented from becoming freemen of the City of, 118; Petition presented by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City to Charles II., 182; The Refuge for Converts, 32 ; University of, 174. London, C. J. Blomfield, Bishop of, 144.</page><page sequence="16">266 INDEX. London, Robert, Bishop of, 20, 33. London, William de, 218. Londonderry, George, Lord Bishop of, 48, 74. Long Parliament, The, 180. Longele, 209. Lopez, Roderigo, 46, 50. Lords in Council, 183. Lords, House of, 127, 137, 141, 149, 155 ; Bill for removing Jewish disabilities rejected by the, 120; Some members of the, on the Liberal side, 120. Lords, Petition to the, 170, 171. " Lorenzo," 44. Lousada, Emanuel, 165. L?beck, 95. Lucas, Louis, 165. Luda, William de, 211. Ludham, Robert de, 212. Lumbard, son of Cressantus, 206, 219. Lushington, Dr., 142, 143, 153, 155, 158. Lutegarshall, Cecilia de, 21 n. L?wy, A., 116, 130, 132. Lyndhurst, 203, 204. Lyndhurst, Lord, 174. Mabel la Converse, 207. Mabilla de Arundel, 54. Macaulay, 158. Maccabees, The, 103. Mackintosh, Sir James, 158. Madrid, 224, 226, 227, 228, 229. Mael, William, 217. Mahon, Gorman, 137. Maimonides, 46 n. Ma jo, Antonio Lopes alias William de Monte, 227. Manasseh ben Israel = Menasseh ben Israel. Manasser le fiz Aaron, 207. Manasser, father of Joceus, 213. Manasser, son of Joceus of Hereford, 212. Mancel le fiz Aaron, 209. Mar, Earl of, 171. Mareschal, William de, 210. Margery, daughter of Adam le Peyntur, 213, Margery of Staun ford, 21 n. Marie, Johannes or Johannis de Sancte, 31, 33, 35, 56, 64, 74. Marie, John of Sancte (= Johannes de Sancte Marie). Mariota de Rosa, 54. Marks, Professor D. W., 116, 130, 133. Marlowe, Kit, 43. Marlowe's " Jew of Malta," 43. Mariano, 18, 34. Marranos ( = Crypto-Jews), 35; Portu? guese, 178. Martin, 43 n, 45 n, 140. Martin, C. Trice, 16, 17, 35, 47. Martin the Convert, 23. Martin, Laurentius de St., 31, 74. Martin, son of Henry Martyn, 68. Martin, son of Henry of Stratford, 37. Martin of Woodstock, 36, 37, 69, 75. Martineau, Harriet, 171. Martines, Juan del soto, 227. Martinus le Convers, 53. Martyn, Henry, 68. Mary Cook ( = Omell Faitt Isya), 39, 40, 41, 75. Mary, Queen, 39, 73, 121. Mary, Queen of Scots, 43. Mary, William and, 85. Massa or Massi Cooba ( = Fortunati Massa), 43, 75. Massa, Fortunati (= Cooba Massa), 43,75. Massacre of Jews in Toledo, 31; in Yak, 230. Massi. (See Massa.) Masson, 76 n. Master of the Rolls, 38, 39. Matilde of Wynchestr', 57. MatilF de Cant', 54. Matill', daughter of MatilP de Merwelle, 54. MatilF de Merwelle, 54. Matill' de Wynton, 54. Matillis de Wynchestr', 58. Maunsel, son of Leonius, 217.</page><page sequence="17">INDEX. 267 Mayes, Richard ( = Meyes), 100. Maza, Jacob, 48. Mediterranean, 111, 113. Megillath, Taauith, 102. Melbourne, Lord, 163, 171. Menasseh ben Israel = Manasseh ben Israel, 48, 77, 78, 80, 104, 105, 107, 108, 178, 182, 184; Correspondence of, with Dury, 80 n; Mission to Oliver Cromwell," 79 n, 80 n, 178, 180 n, 184 n. Menda, Jehooda = Nathanael Menda, 41, 43, 44, 46, 47, 50, 75; Receipts of, 43 n. Menda, Nathanael. (^eJehoodaMenda.) Mendes, Abraam Franco, alias Melchor Mendes Franco, 227. " Merchant of Venice," 43, 44. Merton, 21. Merton, Petrus de, 53. Merwelle, Matill' de, 54. Merwelle, Richardus de, 53. Mesquita, Antonio Correa de, 229. Messchaert, Peter, 107. Mexias, Isaac de, 199. Mexias, Samuel, 199. Meyes, Richard (= Mayes), 91. Meynyl, Nicholas de, 205, 208. Micholls, Edward E., 165. Middle Period of Anglo-Jewish History, 17, 26, 45. Middlesex, 215. Middleton, Lt.-Gen. John, 183, 195, 197. Mildred's, St., 220. Milman, H. H., 157. Milton, Hartlib, friend of, 77. Mines in England, 84; in Ireland, 84; Royal, 88, 92; Royal Society, 85, 86. Mining, British, 83 n, 86 n} 89 n, 93 n. Mirabilia, wife of Aaron le Blund, 213. Mission, Menasseh ben Israel's, to Oliver Cromwell, 178 n, 180 n, 184. Mocatta, Abraham, 165. Mocatta, A. L., 165. Mocatta, Daniel, 165. Mocatta, David, 165. Mocatta, Frederic D., Presidential Ad? dress, 110. Mocatta, M., 143. Mocatta, Moses, 165. Modemberg, Henriq, 227, 228 (see IS lines). Modemberg, Robert, 227, 228 (see N?nes). Modena, Leon, 104. Mohammedanism, 12. Monarch, The Jewish, 222. Moneketon, William de, 61. Monk, 182. Montchenesy, Sir William de, 209. Monte, Jacob del, alias Jacobus Bran dembey, 226, 227. Monte, William del, alias Antonio Lopes Majo, 227. Montefiore, C. G.: Presidential Address, 1; 116; Preface. Montefiore, E., 165. Monteriore, H. J., 165. Montefiore, Moses, 140, 165. Montero, Manuel Serrano, 229. Montesinos, Fernando, 227. Montesinos, Manuely Bartmes, 227. Montheath, Stewart, of Closeburn, 171. Montiago, 228. Montiago, Augn de, 226. Montiago, Dn Matheo y Augn de, 226. Montiagos, 229. Moorish Jews, 199. Moors, The, 201. More, John de la, 204. Morocco, 41, 43, 227. Morton, Robert, 70. Morwelle, Anne de, 57, 58. Morwode, Petronilla de, 53. Moryn, Ralph, 207. Moses, Rabbi, 33, 34, 36, 64, 65, 74. Moses, Abraham, son of Elias, son of, 210. Moses, father of Elias, 206, 216, 217. Moses, father of Hagin, 208. Moses, father of James, 217. Moses, son of Agin, 210.</page><page sequence="18">268 INDEX. Moses, son of Jacob, 218. Moses, son of James, 213. Mountjoy, Earl of, 85. Moyses Van Dam, 85. Mozley, M. L., 137, 139, 161. M?ller, Johann, 87. Muriel, mother of Abraham, 202. Museum, Jewish, Preface. Myers, Asher I., Preface. Napoleon, 136, 137. Nathanael Menda = Nathaniel Menda = Jehooda Menda, 41, 43, 44, 46, 47,50 ; Receipts of, 43 n. Nathaniel Menda = Nathanael Menda = Jehooda Menda, 75. National Apostasy, Famous sermon on, 123. National Statistics, Jewish, 157. Naturalisation Bill, Jews', 145. Neath in Wales, 87, 89, 90. Nedham, George, 86, 88, 88 n, 89, 93, 96; Farmer of the Custom-house key in London, 88. Nelson, 117. Nero, 113. Netherlands, The, 88, 104, 225 n. Neuham, 210. Neve, Le, 183 n. Nevill, Hasculph de, 217. Nevill, Peter de, 213, 217. Nevill, Robert de, 210. Nevill, Theobald de, 213, 217. Newark, 214. Newcastle, 147 n. Newfoundland, Colonisation of, 91. Newminster, Abbot of, to receive deo dands, 22 ; Convent of, to receive deo dands, 22. Newport, 206. Neyvill, Peter de, 219 (see Nevill). Neyvill, Theobald de, 219 (see Nevill). Nicea, Councils of, 113. Nicholas or Nicholaus de Oxon, 53, 56. Nichole, Laurencius de, 53. Nieholls, 91 n. Nile, 111. Nineveh, 111. Nokton, 209. Nonconformist Organisations, 128. Norfolk, 36, 62, 63, 204, 215. Norfolk, Lord, 168. Norhamptona, Agnes de, 206, 207. Norhamtona, Barnabas de, 206, 207. Norhamtone, Lecia de, 53. Norhantona, Isaac, 218. North, Barnabas de, 21 n. North Sea, 30. Northampton, 21, 62, 202, 206, 207, 211, 212, 215, 217. Northampton, Anne de, 53. Northampton Castle, 206. Northampton, The Chirographers at, 202. Northampton, Johanna of, 28 n, 54, 57, 58. Northampton, Johannes de, 53, 56, 57 (see John of Northampton). Northampton, John of, Chaplain of the Domus, 23, 25, 27 (see Johannes de Northampton). Northampton, Juliana de, 53. Northampton, William de, 56. Northumberland, Earl of, 85. Northumberland, Newininster in, 22. Norwich, 21, 154, 203 ; Jews of, 204. Norwich, William de Aryemyne, Bishop of, 25. Norwyc, Johanna de, 53. Norwyco, Basilia de, 21 n. Norwyco, Juliana de, 54. Nottingham, 21, 28, 202, 215. Nottingham, Johanna de, 54, 57, 58. Nottingham, Walter of, 27, 28, 56, 58, 74, 217. N?nes, Andres Christoual, alias Kemlq1 y Robert Modenberg, 227, 228. Nunes, Ferd0, 228. Oath of Abjuration, The, 133, 135, 139, 140, 148, 150. Oath of Allegiance, 133,139.</page><page sequence="19">INDEX. 269 Oath of Supremacy, 133, 139. Occidental Civilisation, 13. O'Connell, Daniel, 120, 121, 151, 153. Odiham, 206. Officers, Council of, 194. Oliver (or Oliviera) Alver, 37, 75. Oliviera, 37 (see Oliver). Omell Faitt (or Faytt) Isya = Mary Cook, 40, 75. Order in Council issued, A new, 20. Order of Exchequer renewed for pay? ment of pensions to accounts, 22. Orientalisms in the Jewish Religion, 13. Orthodox Greek Church, The, 12. Osgodeby, Adam de, Warden of the House, 23, 25. Ossoria, Bento = David Ossorio, 226. Ossoiia, David = Bento Ossorio, 226. Oto, father of Hugh, 203 (see Otto, 207). Otto, father of Hugh, 207 (see Oto). Otto, Thomas, son of, 206, 207. Oven, Barnard van, 161, 165, 169, 170, 174. Overton, 216. Owen, Robert, 154. Oxford, 21, 47, 59, 60, 61, 126, 195, 203, 215, 216, 217. Oxford, Henry of, 22, 28 n. Oxford Movement, The, 123. Oxford University, 45, 123. Oxon, 61, 62. Oxon, Alic' de (or Alice or Aliciade), 53, 54, 57, 58. Oxon, Claricia de, 57, 58. Oxon, Hawys de, 54. Oxon, Henry de, 53, 56, 58. Oxon, Isoida de, 21 n. Oxon, Nicolas de (or Nicholas de), 53, 56. Oxonia, Jacob de, 203, 208, 218. Padua, 40. Pagnell, 206. Pakepuys, William, 67. Palestine, 8, 15, 121, 122; The Jews outside, 9. Pampesworth, Thomas de, 204. Panmure, Lord, 168. Paris, John de, 22. Parliament, Admission of the Jews of England to, 116, 130; Admission of Kornau Catholics to, 117; Catholic members of, 139 ; in Charles I.'s time, 104; The Houses of, 143, 182, 186; The Long, 180. Parliamentarian Army, Workers from Keswick drafted into the, 86; Army and the Jews, 194. Parliamentary Debates, 121; Struggle for Jewish Emancipation, 130. Pai ys, Johan de, 53. Patent Rolls, 17 n, 18 n, 20 n, 21 n, 22 w, 23 w, 26, 28 nf 29, 30, 30 n, 31, 32, 40 n. Paul, 10. Paul Jacob, 43, 73. Paul, John of St., 30, 74. Paulo, Isabella de Sancte, 22 n, 54. Pauncefot, Grimbald, 213, 214. Paynel, Thomas, 211, 215, 218. Pearce, H. P., 143. Pease, Joseph, 164. Peche, Geoffrey, 210. Peche, Sir Gilbert, 209. Peel, Sir Robert, 124, 137; in favour of Religious Freedom, 126. Peleter, Arnold, of Gascony, 206. Pelham, 147 n. Pellat, Apsley, 173. Pembroke, Earl of, 85. Penecestre, Stephen de, 210, 215. Pepys, 105. Perceval, S., 162, 163. Percy, Robert de, 208. Perera, Abraam Isac, alias Fran0 y Antonio de Gurre, alias Gerard Carlos Bangardel, 227. Period, The Davidic, 5; The Greek, 7 ; The Hellenistic, 8 ; The Judaistic, 8 ; The Middle, of Anglo-Jewish History, 17, 26,45 ; The Pre-Davidic, 5 ; Story of the Domus in the Pre-Expulsion, 16 n ; The Roman, 8, 9.</page><page sequence="20">270 INDEX. Perota Briarti, 32, 74. Persia, 111, 136. Persian Empire, The, 6 ; destroyed, 8. Persian Period, The, 7, 8. Peter (a convert), 74. Peter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester, 17 n. Peter Samuel, 48. Peter of Woodstock, 36, 37, 69, 75. " Petition against the Jews, A," by Thomas Violet, 181 n ; a second, 182^; a third, 182. Petition to the Lords, 170, 171 ; by Mary Ann Carlile, 130; presented by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London to Charles II., 182. Petronilla de Fourb' = Petronilla de Fourbour, 54, 57, 58. Petronilla la Furberesse, 54 (see Petron? illa de Fourb'). Petronilla de Line', 53. Petronilla de Morwode, 53. Petrus de Merton, 53. Pett, Peter, 192, 193. Pexwell, William, 83. Peyntur, Adam le, 213. Pharisees, The, 14. Philip Ferdinandus, 45, 45 n, 75. Philip, King, 73. Philiper, Johannes de, 22, 53. Philiper, John le, 22. Philo, 9, 103. Phoenician Commerce, 113. Picheford, Geoffrey de, 214. Pierce, Jeremye, 101. Piers, William, 31, 74. Pigot, 147 n. Pitt, 117, 147?. " Placita," 205. Plantation Act, The, 147. Poland, 45,137,195 ; Scottish Merchants in, 195. Pole, David, 33, 65. Pole, Elizabeth, 33, 35, 65. Political iuterest of the British Jews, 173 Poltimore, Lord, 168. Pompey, 9. Ponte, Alicia de, 54. Pontigniac, 218. Pope, The, 196 ; Conflict with the, 41. Portebinus, Jacob, son of, 210. Portingal, Elizabeth, 39, 75. Portugal, 42, 105. Portuguese, Elizabeth the, 40. Portuguese Marranos = Crypto-Jews, 178. Prado, Pedro del, 228. Prag, 91, 99, 100. Prague, 87, 92, 184. Pratt, William^ 73. Prayers for the Sovereign, Earliest Jewish, 102. Prayer-meetings at Hackney, 195, 197. Pre-Davidic Period, 5. Pre-Expulsion Period, Story of the Domus in the, 16 n. Presidential Addresses, 1, 110. Preston, 138. Preston, Elias de, 62. Priestly Code, The, 14. Privy Council, The, 99, 185; Acts, 87 ; Jews appeal to the, against attempted prosecutions, 184. Proselytism, Jewish, 7. Protector, The, 105, 106, 108, 109, 181. Protectorate, The, 180. Protestant Reformation, The, 11. Prynne, 76. Publications of the Jewish Historical Society, Preface. Pudewya, Aysa (= Katherine Wheteley), 40, 75. Pulet, Isaac, 217. Pusey, Dr., 123. Pyn, Thomas de, 216. Quakers, 180, 189. Quappelade, Thomas de, 202. Quenynden, 209. Radegund, Agnes de Santa, 54. Radnor, Philipp, 168. Radulphus de Arcubus, 53.</page><page sequence="21">INDEX. 271 Raleigh, 43, 47. Ralph the Convert, 33. Ralph de Thorp, father of Simon, 203. Ranters, 189. Raphael, Louis, 165. Raphael, R, 165. Rathbones, 137. Raymond, 147 n. Reading, 156. Record Office, The, on the site of the Domus Conversorum, 49. Redham, Sir Bartholomew, 209. Redham, William de, 204. Reding, Constantia de, 53. Reform Act, The, 122. Reform Bill, The, 124. Reformation, The, 121, 152. Refuge for Converts, The London, 32. Reginaldus Becere, 53. Relief Act, The Catholic, 139. Relief Bill, The Roman Catholic, 143, 150, 151, 153. Religious Freedom, 129; Sir Robert Peel supports the cause of, 126. Removal of Jewish disabilities, Bill for the, 157, 167. Renaissance, The, 11. Renan, i2. Renele, Robert, 218. Repeal of the Jew Bill, The, 147 n ; of the Test Act, 141; Bill of, of the Test Act, 149. Re-Settlement, Status of the Jews in England after the, 177. Restoration, The, 48. Rhuddlan, 215. Ricardo Cissor, 56. Ricardo, David, 130, 131. Ricardus de Cicest' (Chichester), 53. Ricardus de Merwelle, 53. Ricardus de Ware, 53. Ricaut, Mr., 183. Richard IL, 31, 33. Richard III., 38. Richard de Ayremyne, 27 (see Richard de Ayrmyne). Richard de Ayrmyne, 27, 56, 57, 59. Richard Beauchamp ( = Edward Beau champ), 38. Richard de Caldebeck, 56. Richard Cissor, 58. Richard Crookback, 38. Richard de Ermynne, 57. Richard of Exeter, son of Claricia of Exeter, 28, 28 n, 29, 74. Richard, son of Jocelin de Wychys, 212. Richmond, Christopher, 160. Rights of the Jews, Civil, 173. Robert, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 217. Robert of Hyndryngham, 65. Robert, son of Walter and Devorgilla, 212. Robert, Venerable Father, Bishop of London, 33. Robertus de Cant', 53. Robertus de Cricklade, 53. Robertus de Sutheby, 53. Robin of Hyndringham, 36. Robles, Antonio Rodrigues, 178, 179. Roenges, William de, 62, 63. Roffa, Johannis de, 61. Roger Bourd, 56, 58. Roger, son of William de Loudon, 218. Rogerus Bard, 53. Rolls, The, Chapel, 47 ; Extracts from the Close, 202; Master of the, 19, 38, 49 ; Office, 17, 26. (See Domus Con versorum.) Roman Catholics, The, 122, 136, 137, 144, 149, 161,180; admitted to Parlia? ment, 117 ; members of Parliament, 139; Relief Bill, 150, 151, 153. Roman Period, The, 8, 9. Romans, The, 10, 113. Rome, 9, 10, 111, 113; Imperial, 6. Romely, 209. Rosa, Mar iota de, 54. Roscoe, 137. Roses, Wars of the, 37. Rosiunda, Juan Batta de la, 227. Rossa, Johannes de, 53. Rothschild, 120, 136, 143.</page><page sequence="22">272 INDEX. Rothschild, Anthony de, 165. Rothschild, Lionel de, 165. Rothschild, Nathaniel de, 165. Rothschild, N. M., 141. Roumania, 114, 117. " Roumanian Bulletin," 177 n. Roumanian Jews, 177, 177 n. Royal Inquisition, The, 28. Russell, Lord John, 132, 163, 175, 176. Russia, 12; Jews in, 114; in Turkey, 136. Ruthin, 213. Rutland, 210, 215. Rutt, John Towill, 160. Ryley, 205. Rymer, 17 w, 18 n, 20 n, 22 n, 29, 31 n, 34w, 36 n; Rymer's Foedera, 26, 31. SABOT, Doctor, alias Elias Sabot, 36. Sadekynus, 207. Salaman, Mrs. R., Preface. Salisbury, E., 26. Salomons, David, 165, 174. Salomons, P. J., 165. Salomons, Philip, 165. Salomonson, G., 165. Salvatore, Johannes de Santo, 53. Salwey, Matthew, 43. Sa laritans, The, 102. Samson, Lewis, 165. Samuda, Ab, 165. Samuda, Joseph d'Aguilar, 165. Samuel, Lyon, 165. Samuel, Peter, 48. Sancta Elena, Alicia de, 53. Sancte Marie, Johannes de, 55, 64 [see John de Sancte Marie). Sancte Marie, John de, 31, 33, 35, 55, 64, 74. Sancte Pauls, Isabella de, 22 n, 54. Sancto Johanne, John de, 216. Sancto Vasto, Hugh de, 202. Sandal, John de, 20 ; Report of John de, 21. Sanhedrim, The, 162. San Sebastian, 226, 226 n, 227, 228. Santa Radegund, Agnes de, 54. Santander, 226, 226 n, 227, 228. Sante Dionisio, Emma de, 53. Santo Salvatore, Johannes de, 53. Saracen's Head Tavern, 220. Saverus Convers, 53. Scales, Edward, 39, 75. Scaliger, Joseph, 45. Schenefeud, 209. Schola Judseorum, Canterbury, 220. Schwarz, Frederick, 86. Scotho, The Manor of, 209. Scotland, 20, 83, 197. Scots, Mary Queen of, 43. Scots, War against the, 20. Scott, 83. Scottish merchants in Poland, 195. Sebastian, San, 226, 226 w, 227, 228, 229. Seekers, 189. Seger, 91 n. Seiden Society, Preface. " Select Pleas," Preface. Seleucids, The Kingdom of the, 8. Selveston, Ralph de, 218. Serranomontero, Manuel, 228. Sevilla ( = Seville), 228. Seville, 227, 228. Seyn Pol, Elianore de, 57, 58. Seynpol, Isabella, 57, 58. Seyt, Johannes, 70 (see John Seyt). Seyt, John, 37, 38, 39, 70, 75. Shaftesbury, Lord, 124. Shakespeare, 43, 44. Shodmers, Johannes de, 61. Shotwick, 216. Shrewsbury, 213. "Shylock," 43, 44. Sicily, 33. Sidmouth, Lord, 167. Simeon, J. Joseph, 165. Simon Gaunstede, 67. Simon the Just, 102. Simon, son of Ralph de Thorp, 203. Singer, Rev. S.: Earliest Jewish Prayers for the Sovereign, 102. Solomon's Temple, Model of, 107. Somers, 220 n.</page><page sequence="23">INDEX. 273 Somerset, 215. Somery, 214. Somner, William, 220. Sophia, Princess, 159. Soto, Simon Mendes, 227. Sounder, Willelnms de, 53. Southampton, 30, 205, 208, 210, 214, 215 Southampton, Claremunde de, 210. South Europe, 39. Spain, 31, 42, 64, 95, 114, 178, 198, 224, 226 w, 227, 228; Banishment of the Jews from, 39; Consul of, 226; Ex? pulsion from 38; The Jews of, 32; Southern, 113. Spain, Janato of, 30, 70. Spaniards, The, 186. Spanish, The, 198 ; Jews, 18 ; The Jews of the, Peninsula, 32 ; Sermons, 102. Spayne ( = Spain), 198. Spyer, Jonas, 165. Stafford, Marquess of, 163. Stamford, 21. Stamford, Margery of, 21, 21 n. Stamford, Johannes de, 53. Stanford, 209. Statistics, Jewish National, 157. Status, Jewish, 180; of the Jews in England after the Re-Settlement, 177. Statute de Judaismo, 153, 156. Statut um de J udaismo, 147, 147 n. Staundon, Sampson de, 206. Staunford, Agnes de, 53. St. Denys, John de, 23. St. Dionysius, Johannis de, 63 {see John of St. Dionysius). St. Dionysius, John of, 52, 59, 63. Steel, Lord Chief Baron, 179. Stembarger, 93, 94, 95, 97. St. Jacques, William of, 36, 55, 65, 66, 75. St. Jakes, William de, 55. St. John, Edward of, 28, 29, 74. St. John Embassy, 104. St. Martin, Laurentius de, 31, 74. Stone Parlour of the Saracen's Head, The, 221. VOL. IV. Stoof-Steech, 107. Stow, 31. St. Paul, John of, 30, 74. Stracen's Head, Stone Parlour of the, 221. Stratford, 37. Stratford, Henry, 37, 68, 69, 75. Struggle for Jewish Parliamentary Emancipation, The, 130. Suffield, Lord, 140. Suffolk, 62, 63, 204, 205. Suffolk, Lord, 168. Supremacy, Oath of, 133, 139. Surrey, 215. Surrey, Lord, 163. " Survey of London " by Stow, 31. Sussex, 215. Sutheby, Robertus de, 53. Suthley, Bartholomew de, 202. Sutton, Edmund de, 215. Swetecota, wife of Moses de Hordon, 219. Switzerland, Jews in, 82. Symons, J. A. de, 165. Synagogue, The Canterbury, 220. Syria, 8. Tanger (= Tangiers), 201. Tangiers, 195, 199, 201; City of, 200J; Jews in, 198, 201. Tavistock, Lord, 163. Taylor, Dr. John, 39. Tello, Bartolomeo Lopes, 227. Temple, Earl, 147 n. Templo, Jacob Jehudah Leon, 105, 107, 108. Ten Tribes, The, 108. Teshale, John de, 213. Test Act, The, 145; Bill of Repeal of, 149 ; Repeal of the, 141. Tetuan, 199. Teviot, Earl of, 201. Thomas of Acres, 31, 74. Thomas de Cricklade or Crykelade, 53, 58. Thomas Levyn of Spain, 32, 33, 64, 74. s</page><page sequence="24">274 INDEX. Thomas, son of Otto, 206, 207. Thomas, son of William Mael, 217. Thompson, J. P., 159. Thorns edited " Survey of London," 31. Thurland, Thomas, 85, 86. Tigris, 111. Titus, 113. Toledo, Massacre of Jews at, 31. Toleration, The Act of, 154 ; Bill, The, 153. Tooke, 133. Torpeil, 210. Torres, Dn Antonio Perera, 227. Tovey, 16n, Yin, 31 n, 48. Trentemars, Thomas, 205. Turkey, 136, 137; European, 136; Russia in, 136. Turks, The, 196, 223. Tycho Brahe, 87. Tyrian Commerce, 113. Tyril, Justice, 181. Tyrol, The, 84. Ulstatt = Hochstetter, 85. Union of Jewish Literary Societies, Pre? face. Unitarians, 122, 125; Association of London, 165 ; Marriage Bill, 148. University College, 174. University of London, 174, 175. University of Oxford, Mr. Gladstone member for, 123. Upton, 209. Vaghan, Henry, 70, 71 (see Vaughan). Valdes, Luis Flores de, 227. Vasto, Hugh de Sancto, 202. Vaughan, Henry, 38, 39, 75 (see Vaghan). Venice, B?mberg of, 45 n. " Vindicias Judaeorum," 104, 106. Violet, Thomas, 195 ; "A Petition against the Jews" by, 181, 181 n, 182 n; A second Petition against the Jews by, 182; A third Petition against the Jews by, 182. Vives, father of Aaron = Vyves, 210. Vives, Aaron le fiz, 209 (see Vives, father of Aaron). Vives, Aaron, son of, 214. Vizcaya, 226 n. Vyeleston, John de, 203. Vyves, father of Aaron = Vives, 202, 203, 204, 206. Vyvyan, Sir Richard, 156. Wagg, John, 165. Wakering, John, 33, 55, 64, 65. Waldegrave, Richard de, 206. Wales, 87, 89, 90, 205, 216, 218. Waleys, Thomas le, 203. Walingford, Agnes de, 53. Wallace, 20. Waller, 109. Walsingham, Secretary of State, 42, 88, 88 n, 89, 91, 92, 95. Walter of Nottingham, 56, 58, 74. Walter, Robert, son of, 212. Walterus de Goringes, 21 n. War, The Hundred Years', 28. Wars of the Roses, 37. Wardham, 211. Ware, Richardus de, 53. Warwick, 61, 62, 202, 215. Warwick the King-maker, 38. Warwyk, Cristine de, 54. Webbeleye, Hagin de, 219. Wellington, Duke of, 119, 132, 133, 136, 137, 141, 142, 143 ; advised the Jews to wait, 120. Wells, 217. Welsh Marches, The, 217. Westclyve, 209. Westminster, 65, 70, 133, 155, 204, 205, 206, 208, 210, 211, 212, 213, 216, 217, 218, 219. Westminster Abbey, 37. Westminster, Edward de, 37, 38, 70, 75.</page><page sequence="25">INDEX. 275 Westmoreland, 94, 95. Weston, Michael de, 211, 212. Westphalia, 87. Westreham, 209. Whately, R., Archbishop of Dublin, 167. Wheteley, Katherine = Aysa Pudewya, 39, 40, 41, 75. Whichcote, Benjamin, 78. Whitehall Conference, The, 77, 78; The, 179, 180. Whytefeud, Robert de, 216, 217. Wileby, Philip de, 203, 205, 215 (see Wilegheby, also Wyleby). Wilegheby, Philip de, 203 (see Wileby). Willelmus de Arundel, 53. Willelmus of Bury, 53. Willelmus de Wynton, 53. William III., 184. William IV., 133, 159. William de Ayremyne, 25. William, Bishop of Carlisle, 17 n. William de Boyville, 63. William the Conqueror, 188, 189. William Cordell, 72. William of Cricklade (or Crykelade), 23, 24, 25, 53, 58. William, David, 71. William de Horton, 61. William of Leicester, 30, 31, 34, 35, 54, 74. William Leicester Convers = William of Leicester, 34. William de Lincolnia, 206. William and Mary, 85. William de Monckton, 61. William de Norh't, 56. William Pakepuys, 67. William Piers, 31, 74. William de Roenges, 62. William, son of Edward of St. John, 29. William, son of Johannes de Bury, 53. William of Sounden, 53. William of St. Jacques, 36, 65, 66, 75. William de St. Jakes, 55. Williams, David, 38. Wilton, 202, 215. Wiltshire, 215. Winchester, 21, 202, 203, 211, 214, 217, 219; Peter des Roches, Bishop of 17 n. Winchester, Matilde de, 57. Winchester, Matillis de, 58. Windsor, 202, 204, 208. Windsor, Henry of, 39, 75. Winton, P., 57. Wintonia, Adam de, 212, 213 (see Wyntonia). Woburneford, 216. Wokington, 88. Wolf, Lucien, Status of the Jews in England after the Re-Settlement, 16, 39, 45, 50, 79, 80 n, 93, 102, 106, 116, 117, 177, 180. Wolfgang, Jacob, 47, 75. Wolsey, Cardinal, 40. Wood, John, 138. Woodstock, Henry of, 36, 69, 75. Woodstock, Martin of, 36, 37, 69, 75. Woodstock, Peter of, 36, 37, 69, 75. Worcester, 202, 212, 215. Worthe, James de, 219. Worthington, John, theologian, Vice Chancellor of the University of Cam? bridge, 77, 78, 78?, 79, 79 n. Wurtzburg, 92. Wychys, Jocelin de, father of Richard, 212. Wygorn, Elizabeth de, 21 n. Wylebv, Philip de, 204, 210 (see Wileby). Wynton, Alice de, 54. Wynton, Bartholom eus de, 53. Wynton, Henry de, 53. Wynton, Johannes de, 21 n. Wynton, Matill5 de, 54. Wynton, Willelmus de, 53. Wyntonia, Adam de, 203, 204. Wyntonia, Benedict de, 205, 207, 208, 215.</page><page sequence="26">276 INDEX. Wyntonia, John de, 203. Wyntonia, Walter de, 203. Yarchi, Jacob=Jacob Yerich, 92. Yates, 137. Yerich, Jacob = Jacob Yarchi, 92. Yom Tob and the York Massacre, 231. York, 202, 205, 208, 215, 230 seq. York, King Edward of, 38. York, Queen Elizabeth of, 39. Yorkshire, 95. Zangwill, I., 231. Zunz, 40 n. END OF VOLUME IV.</page></plain_text>