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Irminburg, queen, 90; St. Cuthbert

received profession of, at Carlisle, 91
Isaacson, 459
• Island farm,' Sedgefield, 379
Issod, Thomas, silversmith, 264

Howard, Katharine, 11
Howard, lord William ( Belted Will'),

11, 13, 164, 165, 166, 167 ; Thomas,
168 ; sir Charles, 167 ; Dorothy, 167 ;

sir Richard, 167 ; William, esq., 167
Howick communion flagon, 260
Hudleston, rev. Curwin, of Hutton

John, 287 ; marries Eleanor Hudson,

287
Hudson, Enoch, of Brunton, 287;

Mary, daughter of, 287
Hudson, Henry, of Whitley and New-

biggin, 286 ; Henry, son of, 287 ;
marries Hannah Lascelles, 287 ;
Henry, son of, married Elizabeth

Ellison, 287 ; death of, 287
Hudson, Thomas, curate of Blanchland,

305
Hull, 454, 458 ; a steelyard at, 222
• Hume, Alexander, of Hune, chamber-

lain,' 9n (see also Home)
Hunstan worth communion cup, 265
Huuter, Barbara, 194; Cuthbert, 194 ;

Isabella, 194; Jeremiah, 279; John,

of North Tyne, 99
Huntercomb, Walter de, marries Alice

de Bolbeck, 296, 348
Huntingdon, 114
Huntley, earl of, see Alexander Gordon
Huntley, John, upholsterer, buys · Fox

and Lamb,' 375 ; Richard, will of,

375 ; Sarah, daughter of, 375
Hurst, Blythe, incumbent of Slaley,

312
• Hurtheworth lands,' 269
Hutton, Old, chalice of, 2.30
Hutchinson's description of Blanchland

and approach to it, 295; Northumber-

land, 296n
Hymers, George, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 438

J.
Jackson, Richard, ballad of Flodden

Field, 354
Jacobite, origin of term, 93; movement

in Upper Coquetdale, 93; league, 93;

relics, 93; songs, 104, 105
Jacobite Times, London in, 1081, 103
Jackson, John, silversmith, 259;

Orlando, James Young and, 259
James II. of Scotland, 235; III. pro-

claimed king of England, 102
James IV. and Anne of Brittany, 4;

crosses Tweed, 355; besieges Norham
castle, 6; takes it, 7; takes Wark,
Etal, and Ford, 7; at Ford, 7; herald
froin, 15; encainped on heights of
Flodden, 16; council, 356 ; leaves
high ground and marches to battle.
25; second campaign in Northum-
berland, 351; Robert Borthwick,
master gunner of, 356; discovery by
lord Dacre of body of, after Flodden,
stripped, 31; brought to Berwick,
34; buried at Shene monastery, 35;
bravery of. 369; challenged by Har-
bottle. 369; death of, 371; surauat
sent to Tournay, 371; sword and
ring, 371; supposed not to be dead,
but gone on pilgrimage to Holy Land,
35 ; and lady Heron, 39; dismantles

Ford castle, 42
James V., letter of regency of, to court

of Denmark, 354
Jameson, Thomas, engraver, forgery by,

466, 467
Jarrow, church rate paid to, by number

of farms, 127; communion plate, 207,

268
Jed, South Dean on the, 89
Jedburglis, given to church of St.

Cuthbert, 89n
Jefferson, Jonathan, curate of Slaley,

342
Jenkins, Michael, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmith's company, 438
Jesmond, butts in, 128; deed, a, 126
Jessopp, Dr., 122n
Jesus college. Cambridge, 364n

Jockey of Norfolk,' 10
John, king, 297
John of Ely, abbot of Fountains, 382 ;

of Kent, abbot of Fountains, 382;
of York, abbot of Fountains, 382

I.

I A, silversmith's mark, 263
I F, silversmith's mark, 259
I H, with star above, silversmith's

mark, 262
I M, silversmith's mark, 264
I R, silversmith's mark, 264
I Y, silversmith's mark, 264
Icmaro, bishop of Frascati, 271
Ilderton, 88; communion plate, 260,

262
Illustrated Archaeologist referred to,

327n
Infirmary, Newcastle, 458; goldsmiths'

company's subscription to, 436
Ingledew, William, of Stockton, 290;

Alice, his wife, 290

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INDEX.

487

Johnson, rev. Anthony, on Blanchland,

295 ; on Slaley, 339; Fewster, 146
Johnstown, lord, prisoner in England, 43
Joicey, Edward, 186
Jones, Ambrose, rector of Rothbury,

94; rev. Robert, vicar of Brankston,

description of Flodden, 1, 351
Jopling, John, curate of Slaley, 342
Julius Honoratus, 79
Jupiter, Roman altar to, 76

Knowles, W. H., on old •Fox and

Lamb'public-house, Newcastle, 373
Koesfeld, a Hanse town, 218
Kolberg, a Hanse town, 218
Köln, a Hanse town, 218
Köln-on-Spree, a Hanse town, 218
Köningsberg, a Hanse town, 218
Korrespondenzhintt, Westdeutsches,

referred to, 327n
Kovalesky and Ancient Communities,

123
Kulm, a Hanse town, 218
Kyloe communion plate, 261
• Kyverdale, Manerium de,' 121n

K.

L.

Kampen, a Hanse town, 218
Kansas, U.S.A., a farm in, 149
Katharine, queen 2 ; sends lord Howard's

letter to king describing Flodden
victory, 35; sends Scottish king's

coat, 36
Keen, sir Malcolm, 366
Kell, George, plumber of Hexham, 186
Kelloe church (see Church Kelloe)
Kelso, Book of, 347; monks of, reformed

benedictines, 349
Kemble, letter of, to Mr. Woodinan,

132; Saruns in England, 132
Kenmure, lord, leader of Scottish rebels,

104; beheaded on Tower Hill, 106
Kennet's Parochial Antiquities, 121n
Kenswith, a widow who took into her

house St. Cuthbert, 84
Kent, Elizabethan communion cups in,

254
Ker, sir Robert, warden of Marches

slain, 17
Khartoum, Gordon and, 35
Kiel, 215, 218
Killingworth, pedigree of, 196
* King Arthur's Well,' 442
Kirkby Sigston church, Yorkshire, 386
Kirkcudbright, 87
Kirk Harle, 296 ; communion plate,

260; halt of Jacobites at, 104
Kirkhaugh communion plate, 259
Kirkheaton communion cup, 259
Kirkmerrington communion

cup, 263
Kirknewton seventeenth century com-

munion cup, 262
Kirkup, John, Newcastle goldsmith,

261, 262, 266, 267 ; James, apprentice
to Newcastle goldsmiths' company,

437; member, 407 et seq.
Kirkwhelpington church, discoveries

at, 47; fragments of painted glass,
48; medieval grave covers, 48;
communion cup, 262; parish, ancient

farms in, 152
Knaresdale communion cup, 261
Knights templars. 163; Robert de Ros

a knight, 162, 163, 181

L, R, silversmith's mark, 259
Lambe, Rev. R., Flodden, referred to,

31, 4n
Lambley communion cup, 259
Lambton & Co., 460, 461, 462
Lamesley paten, 265 ; cup, tlagon, etc.,

267
Lammas meadow, a, 126
Lancashire, men of Cheshire and, 14,

27, 28
Lancaster. Roger de, marries Philippa

de Bolbeck, 296
Lanchester: Roman altar at, 313; well

at, 314; slabs from, 318; Longo-
vicium of Romans, 326 ; church :
communion cup, 263; paten, 264 ;

flagon, 265
Land, origin of property in, 123n;

tenures in various countries, 123n
Landmarks, Prothero's, 122n; of

Farming, 125n
Lanercost, Chronicon de, 87n; priory,

182
Langlands. John, 261, 267 ; apprenticed

to Newcastle goldsmiths company,
439; admitted, 437; and Goodricke,
Newcastle goldsmiths, 261; and
Robertson, Newcastle goldsmiths,

261, 262, 267
Langley castle, roadside cross near, 94
Luon, near Coucy, first abbey of White

Monks, 299
Lapid. sept. referred to, 320n, 322n
Larkin, Charles, 377
Lascelles, Francis, of Stank, 284; Han-

nah daughter of, married John Dove,

287; buried at Cullercoats, 284
Latimer, bishop', 156 ; lord, 369
Lauder, Berwickshire, custom of, 140n
Lauderdale, St. Cuthbert shepherd boy

of, 81
Lawes, George, apprentice to Newcastle

goldsmiths' company, 439

Laws, Cuthbert Umfreville, deputy

steward of manor of Tynemouth, 135;
and ancient farms in Northumber-
land, 134; affidavit of relating to do.,

135, 154
Laws, John, apprentice to goldsmiths'

company of Newcastle, 439
Lawson's History of Banking, 456
Lawson : family, charters of Neasham

with, 268; James, of Newcastle, 269;
sir John, of Brough, 269; dame Joan,
last prioress of Neasham, 269;
Thomas, attidavit of, concerning farms

in Kirkwhelpington, 152
Layrewite, 147
Leadbitter, of Warden, 169n; Edward,

steward of Tynemouth manor, 135
Leader, banks of, and St. Cuthbert,

84
League, the Jacobite, 93
Leazes, 126
Leeds, 154
Leicester, lord, 212
Leigh's ballad of Scotish 'eilde,

354
Leightley, Thomas, Newcastle gold-

smith, 411, et seq.
Lemgo, a Hanse town, 218
Lemox, Stuart, earl of, 28; slain, 31
Leo the great, pope, 354; and mode of

keeping Easter, 86
· Le Stele,' 339
Lesley, George, earl of Rothes, 367
Letters from Mr. Campbell, 455 ; Miss

Airey, 455; Matthew Bell, 465 ;
Ralph Carr, 466 ; to John Coutts,
452 ; Alexander Coutts, 453; Messrs.
Middleton, 454; Mr. Coutts, 45:+;
Mr. John Moses, 458; Messrs. C.

and N. Falls, 458
Lewis's Ancient Laws of Wales, 123n
Liburnu, a, 450
Liber de Calchou, 347
Liber Regis, 310, 380n
Lilburn, George, 198
Lincoln guild of the holy cross, 54n
Lindisfarne, St. Colinan withdrew

from see of, 86
Lindsay, Robert, of Pitscottie, account

of battle of Flodden, 3
Lingones, 4th cobort of, altar dedicated

by, 76
Liuskills of North Shields, 209
Linton, George, of South Shields, 202 ;

North Shields, 274, 289; buried, 274
Linton, Robert, of North Shields. 202,

Lisle, Joseph, of Whitley, 289; William,

son of, 289
List of members, etc., vi-xiv, xxi.

xxxviii; of societies exchanging

publications, xiv, xxxix
Literature of Local Institut ions, by

Gomme, 121n
Littleport, a 'full land’in, 127 ; bishop

of Ely, court at, 142
Littleton quoted, 143
Living.' a, in Dorsetshire, the holding

of a family, 127
Lizards, the, Sedgefield, 379
Lofthouse, Matthew, silversmich, 264;

Seth, silversmith, 264
Loudon, earl of, 452
London goldsmiths' company opposed

establishment of provincial assay
offices, 406 ; attempt to abolish pro-
vincial assay offices, 408; Garrard

and Johnson, wardens, 408
London, 453, 454, 456; guildhall, the,

245; merchant adventurers, 213;

plate, 259, 263
Longbenton communion cup, 262
Lungovicium = Lanchester, 326
Longhirst, ancient farms in, 152
Longhorsley communion plate, 259
Longnewton communion cup, 263
Longstaffe, W. H. D., Durham before

the Conquest, 380n
Loraine, 459; Baker & Co., 462
Lorica, fragment of a Roman, 441
Lorimers or Loriners, 53n
Lortburn, the, 378
Lot meadow, a, 126
Lothian, nobility of, at • Flodden,'

28
Lottery tickets, State, issued, 464
Lough the forger, account of, from Mr.

Boyd's MS., 467, 468, 469
Low bridge, Newcastle, 378
Lowther, sir Richard, 164
Lowther church, monument in, 164
Lucius III., pope, 271n
Lübeck, head of Hansa bund, 213,

218; Johan Wittenberg, burgomaster
of, 217; a fleet defeated in Sound,
219; Wullenwewer, burgomaster of,

224
• Lübische Recht,' 214
*Luck penny,' 57
Liel =

Carlisle, 90
Lumley, lord, despoiled Lübeck vessels,

275; Johan, wife of, 202, 275 ;
Johanna, daughter of George, 276,

89
Lippstadt, a Hanse town, 218

237
Lüneburg, a Hanse town, 218
Luther, Martin, 223
Lydgate, John, poem of, 234
Lynn, a steelyard at, 222

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M.
M, on silver, 264
M, C, silversmith's initials, 264
M, I, silversmith's initials, 264
M, T, silversmith's mark, 259
M, W. silversmith's mark, 264
Mackay, sheriff, Preface to Scottish

Erchequer Accountx, 5n, 8n;

results of battle of Flodden, 319
Mackenzie, Northumberland, 284n
Macmillan's Magazine, 121n
Madencrofte,' 272
Maddison, Ralph, entered in Newcastle

goldsmiths' company, 410
• Maenor' of Celt, 125
Magdeburg, Hanse town, 218;

Norbert, archbishop of, founder of

White Monks, 299
Magnus of Norway, 217
Maine, sir Henry, study of customs of

ancient communities in England by,
123; Village Communities, 140n, 149
Maitland, Professor, 142, 145n
Makepeace, Robert, Newcastle gold-

smith, 260, 261, 266, 425, et seq.;
Robert, the younger, eutered, 410;
Thomas, apprentice to Newcastle
goldsmiths' company, 438; eutered,

410; member, 425, et seq.
Malmesbury, William of, 227
Manfred, cardinal priest, 271
Mangy, Thomas, York silversmith, 265
Manoir' of Normans, 125
Manors, origin of, 121
Manor courts, 148n; and township

descended from village community,121
Mar, earl of, and rebellion of 1715, 98
Marcellinus, Ammianus, 418
Marden close, 282; mill, 283
Margaret's dowry, disputes concerning

queen, 4
Marie of Gueldres, princess, 235
Marine society, 458
Varius Valerianus, 157
Marmion, 8, 352; lady Heron described

in, 39
Martin's, St., church, 454; lane, 454
Martin, Henry, apprentice to New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 138
Martindale, Thomas, curate of Slaley,
Marton, Yorkshire, 356
Marts,' killing of, 56
Maryport, Uxellodunum Roman name

Maurer and Nasse, and study of customs

of ancient communities, 123
Maxwell, lord, 369
Meadow, a lot or lammas, 126
Medieval cross at Middleton St. George,

45; grave covers, 48, 303; painted

glass, 48
Medomsley, St. Cuthbert passed

through, 91; plague at, 91; com-

munion cup of, 267
Meetings to support banks, 456, 461,

462, 463
Meldon communion paten, 261
Melrose, St. Cuthbert at, 85; prior of, 86
Members, lists of, vi, xxx
Merchant adventurers, London and

Muscovy, 224 ; of London, 213, 226
Merchant tailors' books, extracts from,

54, 551
Mercheleye, William de, 347
Merchet, 147
Merchingley hermitage, 346; charters

relating to, 347
Mercians, Wiglaf king of the, 150
Mercone, Giovanni da, 272
Merivale, dean, and date of Roman

Wall, 447
Merrington, Kirk (see Kirkmerrington)
Merse, the, 363
Merton, Walter de, 184
Merton college, Oxford, 113 ; livings of

Embleton and Ponteland belongto, 113
Metcalfe, Hesilrigg, apprentice, New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 439
Meyrick's Ancient Armour, 445
Middle Ages, England's Social Organi-

zution at close of, 123n; Nasse's
Agricultural Communities of the,

124n
Middleton - in - Teesdale, communion

plate, 264; cup, 266
Middleton, North, enclosed, 138, 140;

ancient farms in, 153
Middleton St. George, medieval cross in

garden of Low hall at, 45
Middleton, Gylbert, and his wife, 282
Middleton, George, banker in London,

454 ; Lawrence, 166
Middleton, Messrs., agents for Ralph

Carr, 454; in St. Martin's lane, 454;
originally goldsmiths, 454
Mill and bakehouse, township, 122
Milbourne, Ralph, 204; will of, 209
Milburn, Swinburne v., 144
Millford, 23n, 360
Milne hills of Kent, 269
Milton (Cambridge) terriers, 125n;

four common fields at, 125n
Minden, a Hanse town, 218
Minshynys,' 117

K 3

312

of, 326
Marston, the lord Philip of, 146
Mary, queen, and the Hansa, 241;

queen of Scots, 12
Matribus Suebis, 325
Matronae Gabiae, 322

VOL, XVI.

Murray, John, of Broughton, secretary

to prince Charles Edward, 98
Murton, number of farms in, 135;

ancient farms in, 154
Musgrave, 163; Edward, 161; sir Giles,

25 ; an English outlaw in Scottish
camp at Flodden, 363; R., 181;
Simon, 164; William, 163

N.
NH, linked silversmith's mark, 267;

and with five fleurs-de-lis, 267
Nasse, Agricultural Communities of

the Viddle Ages, 124n
Nairn, lord, 104; released from prison,

108
Naworth castle, 13
Neasham priory, county Durham, a bull

relating to, 268 ; founded by lord
Dacre, 268 ; charter of Henry II.,
268 ; gift from Alan de Eggescliva,
368; dame Joan Lawson, last prioress

of, 269; Dugdale's account of, 2721
Neasham, village of, 269
Nechtansmere, slaughter of, 81 ; death

of Egfrid at, 89
Nether Cramond, 80

Nether Dean bridge,' Newcastle, 378
Nether Kellet, 89
Netherwitton, John Thornton of, 102 ;

lands belonging to chantry of, 131 ;
ancient farms in, 153; church, com.

munion cup of, 259
Nevilles, the, benefactors of abbey of,

Blanchland, 297
Neville of Chevet, 184
Newark, 115
Newbiggin communion plate, 259, 261
Newburgh, near Coxwold, 'namely the

Minsteracres park, 295
Mitchell, Robert, entered in the New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 4-40
Mitchison, John, entered in the New-

castle goldsmiths' company, 410;
first gold-plate assayed for, 408 ;
William Stalker, and Newcastle gold-
goldsmiths, 261
Mitford communion cup, 262
Mitford, Oswald, 301
Moises, Thomas, master mason, of Nine

Altars, Durham, 385; inscription of,

on buttress, 385
Money to pay troops sent by Ralph

Carr, 452
Moneylaws, 26
Money panic, 456, 461, 462, 463
Mon-Fitchet, barons of, 296
Monk Heselden cominunion cup, 266
Monkridge, ancient farms in, 154
Monkseaton, ancient farms in, 154 ;

number of farms in, 135
Monk wearmouth communion cup, 263
Monteagle, lord, 36, ; sir Edward

Stanley created, 36
Montrose, earl of, at Flodden, 27;

slain, 30
Mon. Hist. Brit. quoted, 86n
Mooney, Robert, 194
Morden tower, Newcastle, granted to

goldsmiths, 402; rebuilding of, 404
Moor, John, atfidavit of, concerning

farms in Earsdon, 152
Morier, sir R., description of German

communities, 123n
Morpeth, account of customs of court

leet, etc, 52; proclamation of fair at,
56; court of pied poudre, 57; killing
of marts, 56; duties of bailiff, 57;
luck-penny,' 57; race-course at
Cotting wood, 58; flesh and fish-
lookers, 58; order for election of
bailiffs, etc., 58; customs of courts,
59; manor of, 60; manor of castle
of, 60 ; bailiff's oath, 67; foreman's
oath, 60; freeman's oath, 61; court

rolls of 1632, 62, 70
Morpeth church, communion plate of,

261, 262; grammar school, suit by,

to recover lands, 131
Morwick, ancient farms in, 154
Moses, John, 458
Motte, La, French ambassador, 356
Movement (Jacobite) in Upper Coquet-

dale, 93
Mowbray, John, 171
Mucklebank Roman wall turret, 412
Maggleswick communion tankard, 264;

salver, 265
Münster, 216; a Hanse town, 218

new borough where Saint Saviour is,'

116
Newburn communion paten, 259 ; cup,

262
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, J15; lord Surrey

leaves York for, 7; Surrey met levies
at, 356 ; each burgess of, might have
his own oven, 122; Ralph Carr,
general merchant at, 452 ; first pro-
vincial bank at, 452; duke of Cum-
berland at, 453 ; Wade's army at,
454; in 1787 four banks at, 460;
population of, 460 ; branch of the
bank of England established at, 463 ;
castle leazes, 131 ; eccentric charac-
ters of, Parker's picture of, 377;
* Fox and Lamb, public house, 373 ;
Quigs' burying ground, 287 ; Stones
fair, 55; Morden tower rebuilt, 404;
contribution of goldsmiths' company
to build infirmary, 436

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