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Bowing to altar, xxxiv, 29, 329;

to crosses, 77
Bowles, 382 (No. 43)
Brabourne, 67
Brett, Dr., 70
Briggs, Henry, 18, 216, 327,

328
Brocas, Barnard, 285, 314
Brocas, Mrs. Mary, 314. [In

Streatham Reg. Mary B. ba.
3 Feb. 1630; Rt. son of Rt. B.

Esq. ba. 13 Aug. 1640]
Brookes, sir Robt. (or sir Thos.),

381
Brooks, Robt. N. F.'s school-

master, 4, 5, 6, 167, 171
Brown, master to Edw. Collett,

308
Brownists, 182
Buckeridge, Mr., 308, 323
Buckingham, duke of, 137
Bugden, 71
Bunbury, Mr., of Gt. Catworth,

301
Burchin-lane tailors, 93
Burgess, Cornelius, 77
Burlamac, 360
Butler, Dr., 12, 13, 14, 171, 174

seq., 181
Byfield, 300
Byng, Dr. Rob., 355 ; his letter

to Oley, 7-11

Carter, John, 355
Caryer, 382 (No. 41)
Cavendish, lord W., 20, 210, 214

218
Chapels, college, laymen offici

ated in, 9
Charles I. borrows a Gidding con

cordance, 1631, 115 seq., 266
notes it in the margin and
begs for one like it, 117, 267
suggests concordance of King
and Chronicles, 118 seq., 261
seq. ; proposed to have it print
ed, 122; interview with N. F
jun., 127 seq.; stammered, 135
intended to educate N. F., 13!
seq. ; visits Gidding, 1642
149 seq., 253 seq., 351, 353
empties his pocket for the alms

widows, 153; portrait, 299
Charles II., his concordance

123, 127 seq., 150 seq. ; inte
view with N. F. jun., 136 seq.
visits Gidding, 142 seq., 25

seq., 351, 353 seq.
Chedley, Jas. and Susanna, 38

(No. 60)
Chew, Mr., 312
Christ's College, impropriation

Bourne, 314, 315
Christmas festivities, 274
Church of England, 96, 97, 10:

103, 260, 262, 283 seq.
Clare Hall, 6 seq., 171 seq;N. F.

bequest to, 179; list of fellow

Carbo, Lud., 51, 302
Carleton, sir Dudley, 16, 189
Carlyle, Mr., his account of Fer-

rar, xxii-xliv.

35

Clyde, 382 (No. 43)

Collett, Anna, N. F.'s virgin
niece, xxviii, 61, 105 seq., 263,
301, 306; the “Patient,” 294 ;
proposition of marriage for her,

317
Collett, Edward, 285, 305-310,

312, 322 seq.; marries, 314
Collett, Elizabeth, 316
Collett, Ferrar, 47, 330
Collett, Hester, 305, 306, 313,

314 (Mrs. Kestian); 317, 318
Collett, Humphrey, 379, 383

(No. 54)
Collett, sir John, 312
Collett, John, N. F.'s brother-in-

law, at Gidding, 28; his pia
exercitia, 302; his parsonage
at Bourne, 314, 315; death,

381 (No. 11)
Collett, John, 383 (No. 59)
Collett, Julia, 305
Collett, Mrs., aunt to the fol-

lowing, 305, 307; her death,

308
Collett, Mrs., N. F. visits her

from Cambridge, 11, 174 ; her
mother retires from the plague
to her house, 23, 220; at Gid.
ding, xxvii, 42, 53; letters of,
284, 285, 304 seq.; her cou-
sins John and Henry, 308;
her father's bequest to, 342;

death, 381
Collett, Margaret, 305, 319,

339
Collett, Martha, wife of Thos. C.

9. v.

Collett, Martha, dr. of Thos. C.,

308, 309, 310, 379
Collett, Mary, N. F.'s virgin

niece, xxviii, 61, 105 seq., 263,
278, 315, 374, 375, 383 (No.
60); the Chief, 294; installed
as “Mother," 297, 373 seq. ;
her grandmother's bequest,

339; her grandfather's, 342
Collett, Nicholas, 285, 305-307,

309–312, 383 (No. 56)
Collett, Richard, 383 (No. 59)
Collett, Susanna, see Chedley

and Mapletoft.
Collett, Thos., 304, 305, 307–

311, 325, 383 (No. 55)
Communion at Gidding, 35, 240

seq.
Compline, 238
Collett, Joan, 339
Collett, Johanna, 314
Concordances, 98, 111 seq., 241

seq., 254, 266 seq., 293 seq.,

352 seq., 359 seq.
Concordance of the evangelists,

36, 37, III, 115 seq.; (in four

and in eight languages), 113
Concordance of Kings and Chro-

nicles, 112; suggested by Chas.

I., 117
Concordance in four languages,

113, 123 seq.
Confirmation, early, 4, n. 2
Conversations, 273 seq., 294 seq.,

327, 362 seq.
Copeland, 250
Cornaro, 51, 272

Cosins, Dr., 116 seq., 120 seq.,

268 seq.
Cranfield, earl of Middlesex, 211,

213; his impeachment, 20, 21,

218
Crashaw not author of epi-

taph on N. F. jun., 144; his
watchings, 330; his verses on

Lessius, vi, vii.
Cromwell, his designs on the

West Indies, 208 ; letters of,

xliv.
Crosses, xxvii, xxix, 77 seq., 150
Currier, 382 (No. 41)

Deacon, 24
Drake, sir Francis, 66
Duncon, Edm., 302
Duncon, Mr., 103
Duncon, John, 376
Duppa, bp., Charles II.'s tutor,

136 seq.

Ferrar, Ann, 381 (No. 19)
Ferrar, Anne, 383 (No. 45)
Ferrar, Basil, 381 (No. 24)
Ferrar, Bathsheba, 308, 342, 38
Ferrar, Beverley, 383 (No. 50)
Ferrar, Brooke, 381 (No. 18)
Ferrar, Edward, 382 (No. 26)
Ferrar, Edward, 382 (No. 35)
Ferrar, Edward, 383 (Nos. 46

48, 51)
Ferrar, Elizabeth (née Goddard)

381 (No. 20)
Ferrar, Elizabeth, 382 (No. 34)
Ferrar, Erasmus, 177, 380
Ferrar, Henry, 382 (Nos. 33 an

41)
Ferrar, Hugh, 382 (No. 41)
Ferrar, Hugh, 383 (No. 52)
Ferrar, Ivory, 382 (Nos. 40 ani

43)
Ferrar, John, N. F.'s brother

shareholder in the Somer Is
lands, 202 ; deputy of Vir
ginia Company, 17,18; endow
a mission school in Bermuda
205; his debts cleared by N.F
219; at Gidding, 23, 28, 42
59, 72, 75, 100; visits Wil
liams, 60; letter of, 111; in
London with his son, 139 seq.
grants an annuity to Grea
Gidding, 377; Lenton's lette!
to, xxiv seq. ; his life of N. F.
289, 290 ; Mrs. Collett's let:
ters to, 305, 311; his mother's
bequests to, 339 ; his account
of his mother, 339 ; letters of

Elizabeth, lady, 13 seq., 180 seq.
Enborne school, 6
Englishman abroad, 189
Essex bad ways, 318

Falkland, lady, 358
Farmery, Dr., 79
Fellow-commoners, exempt from

exercises, 7 n. I, expenses,

7 n. 3
Ferrar, Amelia, 383 (No. 47)
Ferrar, Ann, 380 (No. 6)
Ferrar, Ann (née Brooke), 381

(No. 14)

359 seq. ; his gift to the Bod-
leian, 376; his death, 380
errar, John, N. F.'s cousin, 308,

339
l'errar, John, J. F.'s son, 375,

381 (No. 13)
l'errar, John, 381 (No. 20)
errar, John, 382 (Nos. 29, 37,

39, 43)
ferrar, Joyce, 303
ferrar, Judith, m. Horne, 382

(No. 31)
ferrar, Love (née Beverley), 382

(No. 36)
'errar, Love, 383 (No. 49)
'errar, Martha (née Ivory), 382

(No. 27)
'errar, Martha, 382 (Nos. 28, 38,

42, and 43)
'errar, Mary, the mother, 13,

16; buys Gidding, 23 seq.,
220 seq. ; her house at Hert-
ford, 23 ; sets the meat on the
table on Sundays, 32, 237;
account of 63–66, 338 seq. ;
restores the Gidding glebe, 69;
her table, xxix seq., 72; pre-
sides in the school, 242 ; her
vigour, 307, 320, 338; her
appearance, xxvii; portraits,
299; resigns the office of
“Mother,” 297 n. ; letter to,
306; letters on her death, 313;
will, 338 seq. ; her age, 380
'errar, Mary, daughter of J. F.,

381 (No. 16)
'errar, Mary, 381 (No. 25)

Ferrar, Mary, 383 (No. 52)
Ferrar, Nicholas, 381 (No. 23)
Ferrar, Nicholas, 382 (No. 32)
Ferrar, Nich., the father, born at

Hertford, 341 ; his bequest to
Virginia, 13, 205, 340 seq. ;
his age, 16, 380; death, 19,
219; character, 65-67, 202
seq. ; portraits, 295, 296 ; will,

340 seq.
FERRAR, NICHOLAS, born Feb.

22, bapt. Feb. 28, 1592–3, 3,
165, 380, 381; confirmed twice,
1598, 4; his schoolmasters
Francis and Brooks, 4-6, 167
seq.; tempted by atheistic
doubts, 5, 169; his college tu-
tor Linsell, 6, 7, 172 seq.; let-
ter on his college course, 7-11;
his diligence, 10, 166, 168,
169, 172 seq., 181 seq., 185
seq., 271 seq.; Ruggle’s exe-
cutor, 12; his degree, 13, 14,
180; fellowship, 90 seq., 173;
college friends, 355; in the
train of lady Elizabeth, 13 seq.,
180 seq. ; at Flushing, 181;
Amsterdam, 182; Hamburg,
183, 184; Leipzig university,
185, 186; Venice, 187; has a
providential escape, 188; stu-
dies physic at Padua, where
falls ill, 189 seq.; at Rome,
191, 192; illness at Marseilles,
193, 194; chased by a pirate,
195; walks through Spain,
196 seq. ; returns to England,
201; of the Virginia company,
1722, 68–71, 203-218; en-
dows a school in Bermuda, 205;
purposes to go out as a mission-
ary, 250; feeble health, 12 seq.,
166, 174 seq.; refuses a govern-
ment office, 211; Gresham pro-
fessorship, 18, 216, 327; a wife,
109, 217; in parliament, 1624,
19–22, 217, 218; settles the
family affairs, 219; ordained
by Laud on Trinity Sunday
1626, 24, 226; refuses pre-
ferment, 26, 228; order of
spending the Sunday at Gid-
ding, 27 seq., 233 seq.; of
spending weekdays, 35 seq.,
241 seq.; his friendship for
Herbert, 45, 48–52, 84 seq.;
controversies with Romanists,
249; Lenton's visit to, xxvi
seq.; his mother's executor,
339; his father's, 343 seq. ;
translates Carbo and Valdesso,
and helps to put out Lessius,
51, 302; chooses his grave and
orders novels &c. to be burnt
on it, 54, 55, 58, 255; reputed
a conjurer, 55, 256; his fore-

urer .256: his fore-
sight, 59, 63; repugnance to
the mass, 80, 81, 276 seq.;
mortifications, 81 seq., 271
seq.; character, 89 seq.; cha-
rities, 280; last sickness, 93
seq., 254 seq. ; dies Dec. 4, 1637,
107, 263, 264; is buried, Dec.
7, 109, 265; funeral sermon

preached by Robert Mapletoft
109, 265; prayer for Herbert
88; meditation on death, 104
farewell to his parents, 17
seq.; monthly thanksgiving
219, 355; "conversations,
273 seq. Extant memorials of
289 seq.; letter to Susann
Mapletoft, 293; educates his
nephews and nieces, 99, 174.
243 seq., 260, 273 seq.; por
traits, 299; engraving, 290
his sister's trust in him, 307

315 seq.
Ferrar, Nicholas, the nephew
47, 99 seq., 375; his learning
123 seq. ; visit to London,
126 seq.; Charles intended to
maintain him, 139; his illnes
140 seq.; death, May 19,1640
æt. 21, 144; epitaph, 144 seq.
remains, 147, 156 seq. ; be

quest to, 342
Ferrar, Richard, 184, 304, 318

339, 343, 344, 381; his so

Richard, 378
Ferrar, bp. Robt. 4
Ferrar, Rosetta, m. Hughes, 38

(No. 52)
Ferrar, Samuel, 382 (No. 41)
Ferrar, Thos. 381 (No. 21)
Ferrar, Thos. 382 (No. 30)
Ferrar, Virginia, 100, 101,351,37
Ferrar, William, 4, 380
Ferrar, William, 382 (No. 41)
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