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345, 346.

Bourdon, Mr., 184.

Bouverie, Rev. Mr., 357.
Bowles's, Col., regiment, 75.
Boyer, Paul, 69.

Boyer's Annals of the Reign of Queen
Anne, 65,

Boyes, Edoardus, 89.

Boys, Rev. H. J., xxi, xxii.

Boyne, the, battle of, 321, 324 bis.
Brabant, 32.
Brackenheim, 339.

Braikenridge, W. Jerdone, J. P., 330.
Brale, or Braule, Marie, 208.
Brandenburg, Election of, 323,
Marquis of, 27.

Braule, Marie, see Brale.
Brauweiler, xxii.

Breames, Arnold or Arnout, 100, 101
bis, 101 note.

Jacob, 101, 101 note.
Walter, 101.

Brederode, Lancelot de, 38, 40.
Bremen, xvii, xlii, 303.

Brentford, New, 384, 396.

Brescia, 266, 298.

Bresi, Marshal de, 263.

Bridge, Kent, 101 note.

Briet, Elisée 5.

Brigaut, Jean, 196.
Brille, 38, 40.

Brisach, 317.

Bristol, 168; Church of St. James,

417; Summer Conference at, xxxiv.
British Museum Library viii.

Brittany, 235.

Britton's, Col., regiment, 75.
Broad-cloth, manufacture of, 50.
Brocas, 126.
Brodequin, Sieur, 191.
Brokus, Sigismundus, 88.

Browne, Anthonius, 88; Elisabeth,
his wife, 88.

Browning, Arthur Giraud, Vice-Presi-
dent, xix, xx, xxix, xliii, 5.

Mrs. A. G., xx.

Bruges, 35 note, 38 note.

Brulefer, Elizabeth, 203.

Brunswick, 302, 303.

Brussels, 29, 32, 38, 44; Société d'

Archéologie, xli, 7.

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, Bart.,

91.

Bucar, Marie, 203.

Buck's engraving of Dover, 101 note.
Buckland, Kent, 130.

Buen, Mathew, 211.

Bürger, -, 37, 38 note.
Burgess, Major Chas. J., 5.
Burgundians in London, 334 note.
Burgundy, 178, 315.

Burn's, J. S., Foreign Protestant
Refugees, 30 note, 33, 38 note, 103
note, 131 note, 331, 331 note, 332
note, 345, 346; History of Parish
Registers in England, 89.
Burnet, Bishop, 90.

Bushell, Rev. Wm. Done, vi.
Buscire, Ensign, 75.
Butterworth, J. W., xx.
Buyskes, P. J., xviii, xlii.
Bynkus, Joannes, 89.
Byselæus, Richardus, 87.

CADDELL, Rev. H., xxi.

Cadzand, French Church of, 114 note,
143 note; its dispute with the Fourth
Foreign Church of Dover, 103-107.
Caen, 206, 209, 210, 382.
Caillemotte, Col. de La, 324.
Cairac (? Cayran), Jeanne, 203.
'Calabart,'-, 35.

Calais, 99, 115, 124, 141 note, 196-199
passim, 200, 203-210 passim, 216,
308; Coutume de, 116; Protestant
Church of, 'retired into Zealand,'
104, 107, see also Guînes.

'Caldrige,' see Coldred.

Calewaert, Liévin, 34-36.

Calvin, Jean, 90.

Camagasso, Ponte di, 265.

Cambel, Archiball, and his wife, 178.
Cambell, Jacques, 179.

Camberlin, Jacob, and his family,

190.

Cambon, the Huguenot Engineer, 322.

Cambridge, University of, 41.

University Library, xxvii.

'Camord,' 140,

Campredon, David, 108-113, 115, 117-
130, 133, 140, 147-149, 151-167, 171,
196, 211, 213-216, passim.
Jacques, 109 note.

Jean, 109 note ter, 168.

Camulodunum, 45-47.

Candales, Duc de, 220, 223, 231, 232,
286.

'Cande,'

-- 264.

Canier,

-,267.

Cannel, Marc, 203.

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Cannes, xvii.

Cannon, the boring of, 467.
Canstadt, 337, 339.
Cantelon, Jacq., 179.

Canterbury, 113, 144, 146 bis,

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INDEX.

146

note, 150, 155, 169, 190, 198 ter,
199 bis, 202, 307, 341 note, 383 ter,
384.

- Archbishop of, 97, 97 note, 99, 102-
107, 134 note, 135 note, 136 note,
217, 336, 336 note.

Cathedral, mural paintings at,
xxii.

Summer Conference at, xxxiv.

Walloon Church of, 95, 112, 112
note, 114, 114 note, 125-129 note,
143 note, 154 bis, 341 bis, 417; its
Registers, viii, x, xii, xxxi, xxxii,
Xxxvi, 195, 202.

Cantù's Cesare, Gli Eretici d'Italia,
xl.

Cappatelli's History, xxxvii.
Capuchin monks, 263.
Carbier, Louis, 190.

Carbonnier, Eléonore, 37.
Card-makers, 49.
Carel, Thomas, 89.

Carineus, Nicolaus, 25 note.
Carlsruhe, 337.

Carolina, South, 135, 136 note, 217,

469; Huguenot Society of, xli.

Carran, Joseph, and his wife, 175.

Cartauld, Moyses, 211.

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Casale,' or 'Cazale,' 222, 248.

Casall, Mr., 192.

Casé, Margueritte, 99 note.

Cassivelaunus, 45, 46.
Cassel, 222.

Cassiano, 315.

Castres, 279, 281, 282.

Catalonia, 74, 323.

Catelar, Grégoire, see Coutellier.

Catherine de' Medici, see Medici.

Cattelar, Grégoire, see Coutellier.

Caumont de la Force, Jean Nompar

de, 279.

Caumont-en-Montagnac, 203, 209, 210.
Caunt, Edvardus, 89.

Caup, Marie, 203.

Cauwera, Peter, 211.

Cavalier, Jean, 74, 325, 326.

Cayran, Jeanne, see Cairac.

Cazal, Susanne, 186.

the widow, 184, 185.

'Cazale,' see Casale.
Cazalet, family of, 471.
Cean, 382.

Cecil, Sir Robert, xiii.
Cerbellone,
―, 265.

Cette, 72.

Cevennes, the, 276, 280, 314, 325,
326; English expedition to relieve
the Protestants of, 71-74.

Chabannes, Mary, 343.

Chabot, Chevalier, 291.

Henri de, Sieur de Saint-Aulaire,
291.
Chadwick, Mr., 148.
Chambre ardente, 23.
Chamier, A. C., 36.
Champfleury, Lieut., 75.
Champlaurier, Esther, 343.
Mary, 343.

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Susanne, 343.

Chancourt, Abraham, 184.
Channel Islands, 347.

Chapron, Nicolas, 173 bis.

Chapuy, Franc., and his wife, 178.
Chardin, Jn., 183.

'Charolais,' Comte de, 297.
Charlemagne, 295.

Charles I., King of England, 67, 96,
100, 277, 278, 282, 283.

Charles II., King of England, 355.
Charles III., King of Spain. 74.
Charles V., Emperor of Germany,
32, 300; his father, 297.

Charles IX., King of France, 92 ter,
311.

Charles, James, 339.

Charleston, South Carolina, 136 note.
Charlton, 130 bis, 166, 216.

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Cockroftus Henricus, 87, 88,

Coetquen, Marquis de, 292.
Cognac, 311.

Coignant, Moise, 184.

Cogniet, Simon, see Coniet.

Coire, 223, 224 bis, 227 bis, 228, 253
bis, 255, 259, 260 ter, 260-263 passım,
266-269 passim, 315.

Colchester, A Sketch of the Early
History of, xxi, 45.

Colchester, Memorial Service held in
All Saints' Church, July 22, 1892,
53.
Colchester, Dutch Church of, xiii; its
registers, xiii. Places of worship
used by foreigners at, 51. Summer
Conference at, xiii, xx, xxxi, xxxii,
χχχίν.

'Colchester Whites,' 50.
Coldred, Kent, 130, 166, 216.
Coldridge, see Coldred.

Coligny, Admiral Gaspard de, 91, 310-
312.

François de, Sieur d'Andelot, 92.
Colin, Gabriel, 135 note.

Collee, Mr., 141.

Colliet, Isaac, see Couliette.
Collingwood, Victoria, 416 bis.

Collin or Colin, Gabriel, 135, 181,
182, 183 bis, 211, 215, 216.
Collin, Gédéon, 168 bis.
Collins, Abraham, 174.

Wm. J., M.D., xix, xliii.
Colloquies: of Huguenot Churches in
France, 288; of the French Churches
in England, 341.

Cologne, 29, 38; Archbishopric of,
332; Electorate of, 319.
Columbine, Capt., 75.
Lieut., 75.

Colus, Thomas, 87.

Combas, xvii.

Comelinus, Martinus, xv.

Commandments, Table of the Ten,

belonging to the Fourth Foreign
Church of Dover, see Dover.
Common Prayer, Book of, see Dover,
The Fourth Foreign Church at, ami
Frankfort-on-the-Main, religious
refugees at.

Commons, House of, 65, 66, 69, 70.
Communion Cups of the Protestant
Church of Guines, afterwards of the
Fourth Foreign Church of Dover, see
Dover; of one of the Foreign
Churches of Norwich, 138.
Compan, Lieut., 75.

Conanduke, Jn., 168.

Concini, 279.

Condé, Prince of, 264, 279, 293, 311
bis, 316-318.
Condottieri, 221.

Congenies, xvii.

Coniet or Cogniet, Simon, 96-99, 102,
107-111, 113, 196, 212, 214.
'Constable's Country,' xxiii.
Constance, 261 ter.
Constantinople, xxii.
Contarini, -, 218, 228.
Coonot, Antoine, see Cougot.
Cooper, Capt. I., 72, 73.

Copenhagen, manuscripts at, relating
to foreign refugees leaving England,

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Coutelier, Grégoire, see Coutellier.
Coutellier, Coutelier, Cotelard, Cate-
lar, Cattelar, Cuteler, Cutlar or
Cutler, Grégoire, 131-133, 135 note,
152, 154-162, 164-167, 172, 173,
177, 180, 212.
Coutray, 312.

Coxus, Richardus, 87.

Cranmer, Archbishop, 25, 330 bis.
Crauulæus, Thomas, 87.
Craulæus, Thomas, 88.
'Cravan,' Xaintonge, 353.
Cremona, 298.
Crespain, xvii.

Crespin, Jean, 25, 27, 28, 28 note, 31.
Creuze, Francis, 468, 469 ter; Eliza-
beth, his wife, 468, 469 bis; Eliza-
beth, their daughter, 469; Kathe-
rine, their daughter, 469; Rebecca,
their daughter, 468.

Crisp, Frederick A., xix, xlii, 5, 94,
137, 195.

Mrs., xxviii.
Cromwell, Oliver, 320.
Cross, W., 95.

Crowlæus, Robertus, 89.
Crowleus, Robertus, 87.
Cudderoy, Capt., 76.
Cujavia, Bishopric of, 330.
Cumberland, Duke of, 327 bis.
Cumæ, 301.

Curiander, Abel, 42 note.

Cussans, John Edwin, xix, xliii.
Cuteler, Grégoire, see Coutellier.
Cutler, Grégoire, see Coutellier.
Cutts, Rev. Mr., 51.

Cyprus, the Island of, proposed settle-
ment of French and German Protest-
ants in, 315.

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Darnley, Lord, 37, 38.

Dartmouth, Lord, 101 note.

Datchet, 440.

Dathenus, (Peter Dathen), xv, 24, 43.
Dauma, David, 174.
Davennes, Claude, 343.
David, Matu., 178.
Davidus, Richardus, 87.
Davis, Richardus, 89.
Sir John, 138.
Dawks, Mr., 101, 159.
Deal, 169.

De Aven, Ensign, 75.
De Backer, Pierre, 26.
De Bailleul, Susanne, 208.
De Bailly,
--, 127.

De Barrière, Madeleine, 349 bis, 350.
Debarry, Capt., 75.

De Beauvoir, Col., 41.
family of, 471.

De Beauvoir Town, 471.

De Bellefonds, Henriette, 344.

De Berty, -, 39 note.

De Bèze, Theodore, xl.

De Boisot, Charles, 39.

De Boisrond, Colonel Samuel, 349 bis,
350.

De Boisruisseau, Anne, 344.
De Bolt, John, 321.

De Boncourt, Didier, 322.
De Bonnefoy, Judith, 206,
Nicholas, 206.

De Bord, Louise, 198.
De Boursolle, Anne, 203.
De Brasselay, Isabeau, 343.
De Brucq, Madeline, 168.
De Bruggire, Judith, 343,
De Bus, Sarah, 199, 204.
De Cadroy,
- 204.
De Cassel, Jacques, 106, 107.
De Chadignac, Mary Jolly, 343.
De Chair, Miss, v.

De Champagne, Mary, 343.

De Chevernay, Lucrece, 343.

De Chesnoi, Henry, 322.

De Cleyne, Martin, see Micronius.

De Cluzet, Lacombe, 134 note.

De Coninck, Charles, see Regius.

De Constor, Marthe, 204.

De Coursel, Capt., 75.

De Crespigny, Sir Claude C., Bart,

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