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Fox, Book of Martyrs, N. F.'s

love for, 4, 34, 64, 166, 238
Francis, Mr. N. F.'s school-

master, 4
Frank, Mark, his epitaph on
N. F. jun., 144.

See Com-
mons' Journals, ii, 572, 606
Fuller's Holy and Profane State,

Goddard, James, 381 (No. 22)
Gore, 184
Grace at meals, 32
Gresham professorship, 18, 216,

327, 328
Grosse, John, 377
Groose, Luke, 94, 96, 254 seq.,

377
Gundamore, 207 seq.
Gunning, Peter, 335

MS., 292

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Galliatius, 58
Garton, 192 seq., 281
Gataker, 166, 167
Gerson, John, 169
Gidding, Great, 377
Gidding, Little, bought by Mrs.

Ferrar, 23 seq., 220 seq. ; how
devised by her, 339; church-
yard, 380; church, xxix, xxxii
seq., 29, 30, 32, 150; restored
by Mrs. F., 22, 69, 221 seq.,
228 seq.; glebe restored, 270,
348 seq.; present state, xlv,
xlvi, 300; family threatened
in 1641, 57, 72; plundered,
73, 358; slandered, 72-80,
354; visited by Williams, 344
seq. ; visited by Charles I.,
149 seq., 253, 351, 353, 354;
his queen designs a visit, ib.;
intercourse with their neigh-
bours, 247 seq. ; Lenton's visit,
xxvi seq. ; amusements, 273
seq. ; fields with significant

names, 300
Gidding, Steeple, 31, 33, 224
Goddard, Eleanor, 381 (No. 22)

Hagar, Frances, 314, 315
Hamburg, 184
Hamilton, marquis, 208, 351;

offers N. F. preferment, 26,
211, 228; friend of Herbert's,

50
Harris, Mrs., 308, 339
Hawkins, sir John, 66, 202
Hearne, not inaccurate, 56, 338,

353; maiden-sisters' exercises

printed by, 294, 362 seq.
Heming, Mr., 293, 294
Henchman, Humfrey, 355
Herbert, Geo., N. F.'s brother,

45, 48, 84, 87; restores Leigh-
ton church, 49, 50, 84 seq. ;
bequeaths the Temple to N. F.,
51, 52; dies, 87 seq.; his
works, 302, 303, 313, 331-

333
Herbert, sir Henry, 85, 86
Hertford, N. F. sen, born there,

341

Killigrew, sir R., 328
Kissing, xxvii, xxxii.
Knatchbull, lady Mary, 313
Kneeling on entering church, 37

Hetley, sir Thomas, xxiv ; Len-

ton's letter to, xxvi seq.
Hilarion, 251
Hill, Thos., 74, 75, 376
Holland, lord, 135
Holmes, Hester, 339
Hopkins, Rev. D. J., his MSS.,

291
Horne, Wm., m. Judith Ferrar,

382 (No. 31)
Hours of prayer, xxvii, xxviii.
Hughes, Mr., 299; son of E.H.

Hughes, 383 (No. 52)
Hymns, 37, 242, 367 seq.

IHS., Jesuitical, xxxi.

J. (S.), verses before Lessius, 335
Jackson, J., verses on Lessius,

vii, viii.
Jackson, Thomas, 56, 57, 303,

332
Jamaica, conquest of, 208
James I., 22; heard Bellarmine

at his dinners, 40; his praise

of Ferrar, 213
James II. begs for a concord-

ance, 136 seq.
Janssen, 295 seq.
Jebb, Dr., 291
Jesuit missions, 204; symbol,

IHS., xxxi.
Johnson, Rev. F., 377
Jones, 289

Lake, Wm., fellow of Clare, 12,

355 ; secr. to Weston, 171
Larne, Gaspar, m. Ch. Al. Fer-

rar, 378
Laud, ordains N. F., 24, 226;

accused of bowing to the altar,
29; “four surplices at All-
hallow-tide,” 30; belief in as-
trology, 55; admires the Gid-
ding concordances, 117, 120
seq., 126 seq., 268 seq. ; his
favour to N. F. jun., 139; his
house attacked, 142; copy of
the “law of God,” given by
him to the Oxford (? St. John's

Coll.) Library, 149
Law and prophets, a Gidding

harmony, 148
Laymen officiating, 9, 304
Legends, golden-wooden, 275
Leighton church, 49, 50, 84 seq.,

337
Leipzig, 186
Lenox, duchess of, 86
Lenox, duke of, friend of Her-

bert's, 49, 50; visits Gidding,

149 seq., 253
Lenton, letter to John Ferrar,
xxiv

seq. ; to Hetley, xxvi seq.,
292
Lessius, 51, 332 seq., verses from

translation, vi-viii, 64

Kestian, Mrs., (see Hester Col-

lett), 314, 384 (No. 64)

Linsell, bp. Augustine, N. F.'s

tutor, 6, 7, 90 seq., 172 seq.,
179, 226, 281, 355 ; called
Mrs. F. mother, 63; his copy
of Valdesso, 376. See Gun-
ton's Peterborough, 83, with
Baker's notes (Cambr. Univ.

Libr.).
Linsell, Samuel, 355
Litany, said daily, 39
Long, George, 381 (No. 22)

317, 318, 320 seq., 325 seq.,

383 (No. 60)
Marriage, 109
Martyrs, classes of, 368
Massingberd, cousin, 313, 324
Microcosm, 239, 240
Middlesex, earl of, 20, 21, 218
Middleton, Anna, 342
Middleton, Thos. and Hugh, 65,

342
Miller, Mr., his life of N. F., 290
Mitford, Wm., 355
Monks, busy, 244, 245
Monmouth caps, xxxiii.
Monnica, 221
Montague, lord, xxiv, xxvi.
Montague, bp. James, 40
Morison, Dr., 78 seq.
Morland, sir S., 58
Mortification, 81 seq., 327, 332

seq.
Morton, 361
Mungo, St., 346
Mynsinger, 283, 284

Macdonogh, Mr., his life of N.

F., 291
Madrid, 196 seq.
Magical books burnt, 55, 255 seq.
Manchester, earl of, 86
Mandevile, lord, 215
Mapletoft, Ann, 305, 306, 376
Mapletoft, John, N. F.'s godson,

109, 293, 301, 308, 384 (No.

71)
Mapletoft, Joshua, 87, 109, 301,

306, 313, 355, 384 (No. 63)
Mapletoft, Mary, 285, 301, 306,

308, 311, 312, 384 (No. 69)
Mapletoft, Mary, 384 (No. 74)
Mapletoft, Peter, 301, 384 (No.

73)
Mapletoft, Robt., preaches N.

F.'s funeral sermon, 109, 265
Mapletoft, Samuel, 311, 384 (No.

72)
Mapletoft, Solomon, 358, 384

(No. 67)
Mapletoft, Susanna, N. F.'s let-

ter to, 293 ; married, 305-312,

Nettleton, 303
Newton, Mr., 253
Novels, N. F.'s censure of, 54,

55, 58

Nunnery, xxvii, xxviii, 56, 278,

347

Oley, Barnabas, letter to, 7-11;

preface to Herbert, 53; mis-
taken, 59; account of, 303,
304; verses before Lessius,

viii, 335

66

R. (A.), verses to Lessius, 335
Raleigh, sir Walter,
Ramsay, Mr., 120
Reading at meal-time, 33, 40, 41,

237, 238, 245 seq.
Reading-desk on level with pul-

pit, xxxii, 29, 234
Repetition (see Psalms), 42, 246,

286
Richmond, duke of, 50. See

Lenox.
Riggs, Mrs, 165
Robinson, Mary, 339
Robinson, Wm., 291
Rome, Ferrar's visit to, 191, 192
Ruggle, Wm., author of Igno-

ramus, 12, 171, 355
Rupert, prince, visits Gidding,

149 seq., 253, 353; invented

mezzotinto, 151
Rust, 378

Sa, Mr., 317
Sackville, sir E., 328
Sandys, sir Edwin, governor of

Virginia company, friend of
N. F., 17, 204 seq., 209 seq.,
214, 341; in parliament, 20
seq., 217 seq. ; makes N. F.
overseer of his will, 26, 227;

Organs, 28, 32, 33, 34, 37, 40,

284, 310
Orlando, 59
Ovens for baked meat, 35, 271
Owen, Israel, 381

Padua, 189
Paget, Nathan, 355
Parkes, Rebecca, Mrs. Collett's

cousin, 307, 312
Parkinson, Thos., 172, 355
Peck, 314

Peck’s life of N. F., 289, 327;
said by Chalmers to have been
in Gilchrist's possession. See
too Nichols's Lit. Anecd. i.
638 ; maiden-sisters' exercises,

294 seq.
Peckard, 289 seq., 383 (No. 44)
Pembroke, earl, offers N. F. pre-

ferment, 26, 211, 228
Pius II., 257
Plague of 1625, 23, 220
Polyglotts, 113 seq., 158 seq.
Pope, Walter, corrected, 110
Post, Mr., 311
Prayers, 88, 89
Prophecies, death-bed, 59-61
Prynne, his character, xxi; on

IHS., xxxi ; on Christmas, 274
Psalm-children, 30, 32, 33, 234,

235
Psalms learnt by heart, 28, 36,

46, 166, 168, 233 seq., 241,

284 seq., 363
Pulpit, level with reading-desk,

29, 234

his bequest to N. F., 300, 329
Savil, lady, 304
Scargon, Mr., 315
School-house, 38, 229 seq.
Scott, Robt., master of Clare, 14,

180, 181, 355
Sebastian's, St., 200 seq.

Thurscross, 358. See Thristcross.
Towers, bp. (coll. Regin. soc.),

66, 126; visits N. F. jun. in
his sickness, 141
See Gunton's Peterborough, 83
-85, with Baker's notes, Baker's

MS. xx. 131
Turner, bp., his life of N. F.,

290 seq.

Servants dined with their mis-

tress, XXXV, 35, 241
Shawcrosse, John and Margaret,

379
Sheppard, Thos., 339, 342, 344
Sherard, Castel, 382 (No. 42)
Smart, lady, 306
Smith, Jane, 383 (No. 56)
Smith, John, 377
Smith, Wm., master of Clare,

6 n. 3, 8; provost of King's, 14
Somer Islands, 202 seq.
Southampton, earl, governor of

Virginia company, 17, 22, 206

seq., 209, 216, 328
Spanish faction, 207 seq.
Stead, Mrs., 304, 339, 342
Stone, sir Richard, 155
Strange, Mr., 308
Sunday at Gidding, 27 seq., 233

seq. ; N. F.'s judgement, 239
Sun-dials, 39
Surgeons, lady, xxxvi, 231, 358
Surplice, 30
Sydney, 257, 258, 368
Sylvius, Æneas, 257

Valdesso, his Considerations trans-

lated by N. F., 51, 330 seq.,

376
Venice, 187 seq., 194
Vipers, 'treacle' made of, 334
Virginia, bequests for the mis-

sion, 12, 66, 339 seq. ;-com-
pany, 17–22, 202-218; pro-
mote Christianity, 203; silk,

207
Virginity, 61, 101, 105 seq., 232,

277 seq.

Tapers in chapels, xxxiii, xxxiv.
Thomas, lady, her dr. Joanna

marries Edw. Collett, 314
Thomson, Dutch, 171, 172
Thristcross, Timothy, 27, 49, 329,

360
(Thurscross), 358; B.A. 1618-9;

M.A. 1622 ; B.D. 1629; D.D.

by mandate, 1669. Reg. Acad.
Thruscrosse, 27, 49

Walker, Geo., 166, 167
Walton, Is., his mistakes, 292
Watchings, xxvii, xxix, 45 seq.,

346
Westmoreland, earl, 115
White, Francis, 66, 67, 93
Williams, bp., his confirmations,

4 ; visitations, 73, 329, 344-
350 ; heard chapters read at
meals, 40; in the Tower, 60,
61; visits to Gidding, 68–70,
270 seq.; Herbert's patron,
83 ; Ferrar's friend, 224; his
praise of Mrs. Ferrar, xxxii.

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