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de la Polo, Edmund, 27, 29

——— Richard, slain, 32

Ponet, bishop John, his divorce, 70; his book, 77

Pope, his power put down, 37; prayed for, 92

Potter, Gilbert, story of, 79

Processions, religious, 32, 34, 49, 50; prohibited, 56; discontinued, 77; renewed, 85, 86,89, 93, 94,95; revived in every parish, 97


Read, alderman Richard, 48

Religious houses suppressed in London, 42

Renscroft, William, 32

Rich, Hugh, 37

Ridley, Nicholas, installed bishop of London, 67; his sermon stigmatising the daughter of Henry VIII. 78; arrested, 81; condemned, 89; burnt 96

Risby, Richard, 37

Rogers, John, burnt, 94


Salt, price of, 33

Sanctuary at the Grey Friars, 34

Scory, bishop John, 83

Scot, John, the king's player, 34

Seal, the king's, counterfeited, 44

Semer, alderman Thomas, his unpopularity, 33

Serjeants' feast, 21

Shaxton, bishop Nicholas, 51

Shoemakers of St. Martin's, 30

Skinners' procession on Corpus Christi day, 56

Smith, doctor Richard, 63

Somerset, Edward duke of, made protector, 54; committed to the Tower, 71; tried, 72; executed, 73

Spital sermons, 55

Standish, bishop of St. Asaph, 31, 34

Stokesley, bishop John, 36

Suffolk, duke of, beheaded, 88

Surrey, earl of, 30

Sweating sickness, 70

Synod at Lambeth, 96


Taunton, captain, 97

Taxes, punishments for refusing to pay, 47, 48 note

Taylor, bishop John, degraded, 85

Temple, reader's dinner at, 97

Testerns put down, 57, 58

Tothill, musters at, 72, 73

Tower of London, fire at, 57

Tower-hill, abbey of, 75

Tunstall, bishop, 73, 75


Victuals, attempts to regulate the price of, 70, 72

Victuallers, regulation of, 68

Visitation, cardinal Wolsey's, 33; the king's, in 1547, 54; bishop Ridley's, 66


Watch, the City, 35, 47, 49, 56

Watch at the gates of London, 71, 82

Watson, bishop Thomas, 83

Westminster abbey, shrine at, 94; note 104

Whitehall, parliament meets at, 77

Whitsuntide, observance of, 76

Whittington's library, xiii.

Williams, John lord, 97

Willow by the Thames side, a place of execution, 37

Wolsey, his visitation, 33; his death, 35

Women, seven, whipped, 73

Wriothesley, lord chancellor, 51, 54

Wyatt's insurrection, 86; beheaded, 89

Wymmesley, archdeacon, 90


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