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Admirals of the West.
Edward Courtney, Earl of Devon, 7 Rich. II.
Sir Thomas Trivet, 9 Rich. II.
miral of England, after whom the office returned to be ma.
Admirals of the North.
Admirals of the West.
John Holland abovesaid again. 14 Rich. II.
castern and western shores. 15 Rich. II. John Beaufort, son of John of Gaunt, Marquis of Dorset, and
Earl of Somerset, was sole admiral of England. 21 Rich. II. Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester, was sole admiral of England. 22 Rich. II.
Admirals under Henry the Fourth.
Admirals of the North.
Thomas Beaufort, Brother to the Marquis. 5 Henry IV. Thomas of Lancaster, Vice-Roy of Ireland, Lord High-Steward
of England. 6 Henry IV.
Admirals of the West.
Duke of Clarence, managed the office of admiral alone. Admirals of the North. Admirals of the West. Nicholas Blackbourne, Esq; Rich. Cliderow, Esq; 7 Hen. IV. After these two were dislodged, I find the office of admiral no
more assigned to two, but for the future circumscribed and concentered in one; a roll of whom ensues :
Admirals of England. 8 Henry IV. John Beaufort, Marquis of Dorset, abovesaid,
brother to Henry the Fourth, was sole admiral of England. 8 Henry IV. Edmond Holland, Earl of Kent, was sole admiral. 9 Henry IV. Thomas Beaufort, brother to the Marquis aforesaid, was sole admiral of England.
Admirals of England under Henry the Sixth. 4 Henry VI. John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford, and Earl of
Richmond, was Lord High Admiral of England. 14 Henry VI. John Holland, Duke of Exeter, and Earl of Hunt.
ington, was constituted admiral of England, Ireland, and Aquitain, and his son Henry had the grant of this office in
reversion. 25 Henry VI. William de la Pole, Marquis and Earl of Suffolk,
was constituted admiral of England, Ireland, and Aquitain,
during the non-age of Henry, Duke of Exeter. 28 Henry VI. Henry Holland, abovesaid Duke of Exeter, was admiral of England, Ireland, and Aquitain.
Admirals under Edward the Fourth. 1 Edw. IV. Richard Nevill, Earl of Warwick and Salisbury,
was admiral of England. 2 Edw. IV. William Nevill, Earl of Kent, and Baron Falcon
9 Edw. IV. Richard Nevill, Earl of Warwick.
Admirals under Richard the Third. 1 Rich. III. John Howard, Duke of Norfolk.
Admirals of England under Henry the Seventh. 1 Henry VII. John Vere, Earl of Oxford, Lord High Chamberlain of England.
Admirals under Henry the Eighth. 4 Henry VIII, Sir Edward Howard, Knight. 5 Henry VIII. Thomas Howard, Lord High Admiral of Eng.
land, Ireland, and Aquitain.
17 Henry VIII. Henry Fitz-Roy, Duke of Richmond and So.
merset. 28 Henry VIII. William Fitz. William, Earl of Southampton. 32 Henry VIII. John, Lord Russel, Knight. 34 Henry VIII. John Dudley, Knight, Viscount Lisle, and Baron Malpas.
Admirals under Edward the Sixth.' Thomas Seymour, Knight, Baron Sudeley, Lord High Admiral of
England, Ireland, Wales, Calais, and Bologne. 1 Edw. VI. John Dudley, Knight of the Garter, Earl of Warwick, Viscount
Lisle, Master of the King's Houshold, Admiral of England,
of Normandy, Gascoigne, and Aquitain. 3 Edw. VÍ. Edward Clinton, Knight, Baron Say and Seal. 4 Edw. VI.
Admirals created urder Qucen Mary. William Howard, Knight, Baron of Eflingham. 1 Mariæ. Edward Clinton, Knight, Baron Say and Seal. 3 Mariæ.
Admirals created under Queen Elisabeth. Charles Howard, Baron of Effingham, after created Earl of Not.
tingham, and Knight of the Garter, Lord High Admiral of England, Ireland, Wales, Calais, and the adjacent marches, as likewise of Normandy, Gascoigne, and Aquitain. 27 Elisabeth.
Admirals created under King James.
Villiers, and Baron of Whaddon, was constituted Lord High
Admirals created under King Charles the First.
England. 4 Carol. I.
Admirals under King Charles the Second.
Admiral of England.
A GENERAL BILL
MORTALITY of the CLERGY of LONDON:
A brief Martyrology and Catalogue of the learned, grave, religious, and pair
fal Ministers of the City of London, who have been imprisoned, plundered, and barbarously used, and deprived of all Livelihood for themselves and their Families, in the late Rebellion, for their Constancy in the Protestant Religion, established in this Kingdom, and their Loyalty to thelr King, under that grand Persecution.
London: Printed against St. Bartholomew-Day, 1661.Quarto, containing
THE cathedral church of St. Paul's, the dean, residentiaries,
and other members of that church, sequestered, plundered, and turned out.
St. Allhallows, Wood-street, Dr. Watts, sequestered, plun. dered, his wife and children turned out of doors, and himself forced to fly.
St. Allhallows, Barking, Dr. Lafield, pursuivanted, imprisoned in Ely-house, and the ships ; sequestered and plundered, after-> wards forced to fly.
St. Allhallows, Lombard-street, Mr. Weston, sequestered.
St. Alphage's, Dr. Halsie, shamefully abused, his cap pulled off, to see if he were not a shaven priest, voted out, and dead with grief.
St. Andrew's, Hubbard, Dr. Chambers, sequestered.
St. Andrew's, Undershaft, 1. Mr. Mason, through vexation forced to resign. 2. Mr. Prichard, after that sequestered.
St. Andrew's, Wardrobe, Dr. Isaakson, sequestered.
St. Austin's. parish, Mr. Udall, sequestered, his bed-rid wife turned out of doors, and left in the streets.
St. Bartholomew's, Exchange, Dr. Grant, sequestered.
St. Botolph's, Billingsgate, Mr. King, sequestered, and forced to fly.
Christ-church, Mr. Finch, turned out and dead.
St. Clement's, East-cheap, Mr. Stone, shamefully abused, sequestered, sent prisoner to Plymouth, and plundered.
St. Dionis's, Back-church, Mr. Humes, sequestered and abused.
St. Dunstan's, East, Mr. Childerly, reviled, abused, and dead.
St. Edmond's, Lombard-street, Mr. Pagit, molested, silenced, and dead.
St. Ethelburga's, Mr. Clark, sequestered, and imprisoned.
St. Vedast's, Foster-lane, Mr. Batty, sequestered, plundered, forced to fly, and dead.
St. Gabriel's, Fenchurch, Mr. Cook, sequestered.
St. James's, Garlick-hith, 1. Mr. Freeman, plundered and sequestered. 2. Mr. Anthony, his curate, turned out.
St. John Baptist's, Mr. Weemsley, sequestered.
St. John Zachary's, Mr. Edlin, sequestered, forced to fly, and plundered.
St. Catharine's, Coleman-street, 1. Dr. Hill, forced to resign. 2. Mr. Kilbuts, sequestered.
St. Catharine's, Cree-church, Mr. Rush, turned out.
St. Leonard's, East-cheap, Mr. Call, forced to give up to Mr. Roborow, scribe to the assembly.
St. Leonard's, Foster-lane, Mr. Ward, forced to fly, plundered, sequestered, and dead for want of necessaries.
St. Margaret's, Lothbury, Mr. Tabor, plundered, imprisoned in the King's-Bench, his wife and children turned out of doors at midnight, and he sequestered.
St. Margaret's, New Fish-street, Mr. Porry, forced to fly, plundered, and sequestered.
St. Margaret's, Pattons, Mr. Meggs, plundered, imprisoned in Ely-house, and sequestered.
St. Mary's, Abchurch, Mr. Stone, plundered, sent prisoner by Sea to Plymouth, and sequestered.
St. Mary's, Aldermary, Mr. Brown, forced to forsake it.
St. Mary's, Bothaw, Mr. Proctor, forced to fly, and sequestered.
St. Mary's Hill, 1. Dr. Baker, sequestered, pursuivanted, and imprisoned. 2. Mr. Woodcock, turned out and forced to fly.
St. Mary's, Mounthaw, Mr. Thrall, sequestered, and shame. fully abused.
St. Mary's, Somerset, Mr. Cook, sequestered.
St. Mary's, Woolnoth, Mr. Shuite, molested and vexed to death, and denied a funeral sermon to be preached by Dr. Holds. worth, as he desired.
St. Martin's, Ironmonger-Jane, Mr. Sparke, sequestered and plundered.
St. Martin's, Ludgate, Dr. Jermin, sequestered.