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- Pierre, 204 bis.

De Front de Bettefort, Marie, 203.
Deganthuns, Daniel, 129.

De Gastigny, Matthieu, 69.

De Gaujac, or De Gaujeac, Peter
Henry Gally, see Gally.
De Geneste, Antoinette, 196.
Margueritte, 103 note, 204.

De Giberne de St. Germain, Jean
René, 353.

De Grave, John Wm., xx, xliii.
De Guérin, Wm. Collings Lukis, 5;
see also Guerin.

De Guilheme, Anne, 204.

Degulhon, or Deguillon, M., 192, 217.
De Haffrengue, Susanne, 204; see also
Haffrengue.

De Halewyn, François, Seigneur de
Severeghem, 41.

De Hane, Jacob, see De Hanne.
Marie, 196.

De Hanne, or De Hane, Jacob, 109,
122-126, 148.

De Hautecharmoy, Henriette, 343.
De Haze, Anne, 99.

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De La Force, Isaac, 97 note.

name of, 97 note.
De Laguer, M., 225.
De La Gueze, Ester, 204.
Madelaine, 204.

De La Hay, Isaac, 204.
De La Haye, David, 169.
De La Hospital, Susanne, 344.
De La Largere, Henriette, 344.
Delamare, family of, xvi.

De La Melonière, Col., 322.
Delamoi, Susn., and her daughter,
178.

De La Motte, Joseph, 350.
- Mr., 144 bis.

De La Muce, Oliver, 344.

De Lane, Jean, and his wife, 192.
De Langle, Jacques, 204.
De La Oultre, Cornille, 31.
Jeanne, 31.

De La Peau, Jean, 140 bis.

De La Pierre, Marie, 98 note, 198.
De La Prade, -, 345, 346.
De La Rivière, M., 67.
De La Touche, Peter, 344.
De Launay, Louise, 343.
Delavis, - 142.

Del Court tot Krimpen, W., xx.
De Le Becque, Benjamin, 197 bis.
- Bonaventure, 197.
Elizabeth, 204.
Louis, 99, 216.
Mademoiselle, 197.
Marie, 197.

- Salomon, 96-99 note, 102, 105, 107-
109, 112, 122-124, 126, 133, 140,
142, 143, 145-147, 149, 197, 211,
213, 214, 216.

name of, 99.

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Des Loires, Madame, 350.
Monsr., 350.
name of, 350.
Desmajeu, Anne, 206.

De Smidt, Abraham, xxvii.
Desobry, or De Zoubry, Francoise,
207.

- Phillippe, 207.
Desodes, Capt., 75.

Desperans, Isabelle, 205.
Destrier, Jean, 197, 205.

widow of Jean, his father, 209.
name of, 196.

De Sussac, Jeanne, 343.

De Teissier, General The Baron, iv.
De Tiembronne, Phillip, 211.
De Touchimbert, Madelaine, 343.
De Touzay, Louise, 131 note.
Dettingen, battle of, 327.
Deue, Salomon, 152.

Deux-Ponts, Jean, Duc de, 286, 286
note.

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Dolbel, Jean, 351; Jean, his son, 351.
Dolben, Daniel, 471.

Dollon, Martha, 343; see also Doland
and De Dollon.
Donavant, Anne, 344.

Dorbien (?), Henry Hollard, 194.
Dordrecht, 303, 304.

D'Orignac, Madme. Benine, 349.
Dormaunt, Madeleine, 343.
Dornholzhausen, 336, 338.
Doudar, Angelique, 343.

Dover, 307, 308; Buck's engraving
of, 101 note; Custom House, 101,
101 note; Customer of, 101 note;
French prisoners confined in the
Castle, 341; Historical Sketch of
the Town of Dover, 101 note; Lyon's
History of Dover, 101 note; Mayor
of, 97, 98, 140 note, 198; Presby-
terian and Baptist Registers of,
130, 130 note; St. Mary's Church,
102 note, 103, 103 note, 198; its
registers, 130, 135; registers of St.
James's Church, 99 note, 101 note,
130; survey of the harbour, 100,
101; unlawful conventicles at, 99
note; Wilson's painting of, 101 note.
Dover, First Foreign (Dutch) Church
of, 211.

Dover, Second Foreign

(French)

Church of, 211.
Dover, Third Foreign (Walloon)
Church of, 96, 97 note, 98, 99 ter,
99 note, 100, 149 note, 198 quinquies,
199 ter, 211, 216; its account books,
94; its registers, 94, 99, 99 note;
the pulpit and benches, 217.
Dover, French services held at,
between the dates of the closing of
the Third and the foundation of the
Fourth Foreign Church, 99, 216.
Dover, Fourth Foreign Church of,
341.

Dover, The Fourth Church at, 1685-
1731, (Paper entitled), xxix, xxxvii,
93; its history derived from the
minute-books of the proceedings
of the Consistory and other sources,
93-138; accounts of the receipts
and expenditure of the Church,
139-195; its registers, 195-201, see
also the Paper passim; reconnais-
sances entered in the account-books,
201-211; list of ministers, elders,
and deacons of the four foreign
Churches of Dover, 211, 212; rent
paid for the Church and stipends
of the ministers, 212-215; Isaac
Minet's relation' of the history of

the Church and its predecessors,
215-217.

The Bible of the Church, 143,
143 note; Common Prayer Book,
145; cups and linen used for the
communion service, formerly belong.
ing to the Protestant Church of
Guînes, 103-107, 137, 138, 143 note,
195, 217; the pulpit and benches,
217; the Table of the Ten Command-
ments, 127 note, 137, 173, 217.

The New Buildings' in which
the services were held, 96, 100, 101,
216; photographic reproduction of
a drawing of them, facing page 101.
Dover, Huguenot prisoners at, 340.
Downe, Mary, 197.
Dresden, 90, 302.

Dreux, battle of, 311.
Drigue,, 178.

Drusius, (Jean Van den Driesche), 41,
42.

Drusus, tomb of, 295.

Du Bec-Crespin, Marie Elizabeth, 291.
Dublin, 349, 350; Cathedral of St.

Patrick, 324; registers of the con-
formist French Churches of St.
Patrick and St. Mary, viii, xii,
xxxi, xxxvi, 198, 350; of the non-
conformist French Churches of
Peter Street and Lucy Lane, 350,

429.

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Duclus, Jean, 178.

Du Comte, Antoine, 205.
Du Crocq, Francois, 173.

Ducrot, Guillaume, 134 note.

Dudley, Lord, Anne, daughter of,
323.

Du Fau, Lieut., 75.
Du Four, Jacq, 140.
Du Fournier, -, 179.
Du Gua, 120.

Du Hamel, Anne, 206.
Duhamel, Marie, 206.
Duke, Eliza., 344.
Du Mas, Jno., 339.
Dumas, Pierre, 206.
Dumon, David, 179.
Du Mont, Ester, 99.

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Du Riez, Duriez, Durier, or Duriz,
Samuel, 137, 137 note, 144-148,
155-158, 160-166, 197, 212, passim;
his wife Suzanne Newiar, after-
wards married to Mr. Stokes, see
Stokes; his daughter, 168.
Duriz, Samuel, see Du Riez.

Suson, see Stokes.

Du Rieu, Dr. W. N., xviii, 5.
D'Urte, Pierre, 353.

Dutch, Huguenots in their army, 321,
323; at Colchester, xiii, 48-52; at
Rouen, xlii; in London, 334, 334
note, see also London; Germans in-
cluded in the term, 331-334,; fleet,
74; passants' through Dover, 142
bis, 143, 144, 167; prisoners confined
at Canterbury and Dover, 341 note;
refugees and immigrants, xii; troops
at the battle of Fontenoy, 327; in
the War of the Spanish Succession,
66, 74; see also Paper entitled
Flamands et Wallons du 16e siècle

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Edward III., 32, 49.

Edward VI., 24, 25, 90, 332 bis; dairy
of, 332; portrait of, and others,
facing page 330.

Elector Palatine, 26, 27, 270, 295, 318,
323.

Elizabeth of Austria, Queen of France,
consort of Charles IX., 92.

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James
I., 323.

Elizabeth, Queen of England, 23, 24,
29, 32, 35 note, 37, 39, 39 note, 40,
59, 67, 90, 278, 352.
Ellie, Benja., 168.
Eloy Catherine, 206.
Hopman, 40.

Elzevir, Jean, 277.

Louis, 277.

Elzevirs, the, printers, 292.
Emden, 24, 38, 90, 303, 330.
Emmerich, 198, 200.

Emmery, Capt., 75.
Lieut., 75.
Emy, Capt., 75.
Enfield, 402.

Engandine, the, 263-265.
Enghien, Duc d', 318.

Engineers, Huguenots as military,
321, 322.

England, Huguenots under Henri,
Duc de Rohan, aided by, 281,
282; proposed levy of troops in,
for service under the Venetian Re
public, 219, 230; visit of Henri,
Duc de Rohan to, 276, 278, 304-
308.
England, Church of, see Frankfort-on-
the-Main, religious refugees at, and
Huguenots.

English exiles in Queen Mary's time,
24, 27.

English religious refugees in Germany

and Switzerland, 86-91.
Englishman, Lucas de Heere's portrait
of a naked, 37.

Engravings &c. of Huguenot interest:
Dover, 101, 101 note, facing p. 101;
Hackney, 471; see also Portraits.
Engstedt, New, 337.
Enschede, J. A., xvii.
Épernon, Duc de, 82, 83.

Epinay, Alex. Guillaume de Melun,
Prince d', 292.
Erasmus, 23, 330.

'Eresia luterana' in Italy, xxxviii.
Erlangen, xlii.

Eroard. Marie, 196.

Erouard, Elizabeth, 197.

- Jacob, 197.

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278.

Fauvelet du Toc, —,
Fauvet, Pierre, 197.
Fawne, Oswald, 344.
Fayeull, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fayeulle, Fayeull, Faieulle, Faieul,
Fayolle, Fayol, Faiolle, or Faiol,
Jacques, 143-145, 149-153, 155, 160,
176, passim.

Fayol, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fayolle, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fenestrelle, Wurtemberg, 339 note.
Fenoulhet, family of, 471.

Ferrara, 301; 'heretics' at, xl.
Ferron, Ensign, 75.

Fezant, Joseph Engelbert, 346 bis.
Figon, Michel, 140.

Fions, Nérac, 203, 207 bis, 209, 210.
Flamands et Wallons, Quelques notes
les Réformées, du 16e siècle
réfugiés en Angleterre, iii, xiii,
xxxvi, 22.

sur

Flanders, 32, 49, 140, 169 ter, 276,
313, 314, 317, 352.

Flannel, manufacture of, 50.

Flemings, 49; at Embden. 24; at
Frankfort-on-the-Main, xv; at Nor-
den, 24; at Rouen, xlii; see also
Dutch.

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