Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England

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Index

a
Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (1611-33), 1922 , 49 , 54 , 73 , 184
Abbot, Sir Maurice 74
Adams, Simon 53 , 54
Advantage (ship) 262 nn74, 77
affinities 3 , 31 , 48
Alford, Edward 188
Allibond, Peter 79
alum industry 34 , 139 , 154-5
Anderson, Sir Edward 22
Andrewes family 105 , 245 n16
Andrewes, Sir William 84 , 87 , 252 n96
Andrews, Dr John 100
Anne, queen of England 39 , 49 , 54 , 66 , 201
her Council 3 , 74 , 89
her household 34 , 35 , 68-72 passim
Appleby, Joyce 217
Apsley, Sir Allen 115 , 129 , 157 , 182
Archeion (Lambarde) 164
Arundel, earl of see Howard, Thomas
Ashfield, Sir Edmund 83
Ashton, Robert 152-3
Audley, Hugh 46
Aylesbury, Sir Thomas 12
Aylmer, Gerald 5 , 34 , 35 , 36 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 114
Ayton, Sir Robert 35 , 64-5 , 66 , 68 , 284 n56

b
Bacon, Sir Francis viscount St Albans 49 , 71 , 184 , 222 n2
impeachment of 10 , 64 , 159 , 186-7 , 190 , 195 , 199 , 210
and Villiers 50-2 , 73 , 110
as patron 22 , 69
sermons dedicated to 169 , 173
Banastre, Sir Robert 87
Bankes, Sir John attorney general 44 , 45 , 102 , 129 , 139 , 141 , 142-3 , 145 , 202
Barlow, William bishop of Lincoln (1608-13) 82
baronetcy 10 , 32-3 , 59 , 88 , 194 , 213
Barringer family 245 n16
Barrington family 101
Barroll, Leeds 68
Basilikon Doron (James I) 14 , 29 , 282 n41
Bate’s case 189
Beale, Robert 16
Becher, Sir William 47 , 64 , 65-7
Bedford, countess of see Harrington, Lucy
Bedford, 3rd earl of see Russell, Edward
Bennett family 246 n16
Bennett, Sir John 66 , 187-8
Bennett, Simon 88
Beresford, Maurice P. 143 , 145 , 147
Berkeley, George Lord 77
Berkeley, Sir Maurice 223 n6
Berkeley, Sir Robert 206
Bertie, Robert earl of Lindsey 56 , 120
Bingley, Sir John 157 , 182 , 184
Bingley, Sir Richard 120
Biscoe, Richard 97-8
Blundell brothers 57-62
Bodley, Sir Josias 57
Bolton, Robert 169-71 , 199-201
Book of Bounty36 , 37 , 44 , 138 , 261 n67
Borlase family 76 , 79 , 86 , 87 , 90 , 245 n16
Borlase, Sir John 102
Borlase, Sir William 86 , 88 , 90 , 92 , 94 , 95-6 , 99 , 102
wife of 87
Boteler, Sir John 71
Bourdieu, Pierre 173
Bourke, Ulrick earl of Clanricard 44
Bowyer family 83 , 105 , 245 n16
Boyle, Michael bishop of Waterford (1619-35) 59
Bracton, Henri de 162 , 182 , 212
Bremell, John 167
Brent, Nathaniel 100
Brereton, Sir William 44
Brett, Sir Arthur 189
bribery 5-7 , 8-9 , 109 , 118 , 134 , 136 , 148 , 152-4 , 155 , 157 , 158 , 161-84 passim 186-90 , 196-7 , 205 , 206
Bridgewater, earl of see Egerton, John
Bristol, bishop of see Thornborough, John
Brooke, Lord 104
Browne, Thomas 42
Bruce, Edward, Lord Kinlosse 42

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