[From Manx Soc vol 1 Sacheverell's Survey c.1692]
Abbey of Furness, 48, 88.
of Rushen (see Note 60), 34, 41, 48, 59, 88;
called the daughter of Furness, 93.
thirds (see Note 63).
Abbot of Bangor, 67.
of Sabal, 67.
Abbots of HY, 105, 106, 109.
Rushen, summoned to show their claims within the Lordship of Man, 67 ;
Barons of the Island, 93.
Act of Surrender made by Reginald to the See of Rome, A.D. 1219, 46.
Aquinus, King of Norway, makes a descent upon Scotland in 1263is warmly received by Alexander, the Kingtakes shelter in the Oreades and dies at Kirkwall, 52.
Addison, Mr. (see note 5), of Magdalen College, 4.
, Joseph, letter from the author to, 137, 17.
Admiralty, rights of, 69, 70.
Affrica, wife of Olave, the good king, daughter of Fergus, Lord of Galway, leaves one son, Goddard 11., 37.
, daughter of King Goddard ll., sister to Reginald, and wife to John do Courey (see Note 66), 42.
do Connaught, daughter of Olave II., makes over her rights in the Isle of Man to her husband, Simon de Montacute, 58;
mandamus to her to appear before Edward I., Note 77.
Albany, Duke of, has a grant of the Island, 59;
charter to, Note 77.
Alexander of Paisley and John Comyne, with a numerous army, land at Rannesway (Ronaldsway) in 1270oppose Ivar, who, with 537 Manksmen, fell, 55 (Note 78).
Alexander III., King of Scotland, killed by a fall from his horse (Note 77), 54, 55,89.
Allan of Wigton presented to the benefice of St. Cairbre, by Edward I., Notes 77, 34 ;
presumed to be Bishop of Man in 1321, see Note 100.
Allen (King of Man) supposed to have been poisoned by his governor, 28.
Lord of Galway, 45, 47, 48.
Bishop of Man, died in 1321is buried at Rothsay, 89 (see Note 100). Spotswood, probably by mistake, calls him Onanus, see Note 100.
Governor of Man, 56.
Altar (see Note 50), 23.
Amphibalus, 24,83,84; his body found at Radbourne, near St. Albans, in 1178, on the authority of Matthew Paris, and never fled to Man, 85.
An account of the Isles of Feroe, printed in London in 1676, 114
Ancient Arms of Man, "a ship in her ruft sables," engraved on a seal once in the custody of Mr. Camden (see Note 56), 29.
the Bishopric (see Note ,~4), 92.
bearing of the Island, 29.
" and absolute Kingdom of Man," 9.
honour of the Island 9
manuscript (see Note 8b), 87.
Andreas, the archdeaconry, 11.
Anglesea, 8, 10, 35.
Annals of Ulster (see Note 54).
Antiquities of Glastonbury, 26.
Arbory, 11 (see Notes 34, 114, 120);
church said by Saeheverell to be dedicated to St. Columbus, 93.
his duties, 92.
Arches of York, according to Sacheverell, no appeal lies to, 68;
this is wrong see Note 79.
Aristocracyfirst government under the Druids, 23.
Armagh, Primate of, (see Note 9), 86
Arms of the Bishopric, 92, Note 11
Arran and Bute, Isles of, 54.
Arthtir, King, legend of having conquered the Isle about 520 (see Antiquities of Glastonbury), 26.
Atholl family, sale of Isle of Man by, see Note 81.
Atholl (Thomas), Earl of, 47.
(James), second Duke of.
(John), third Duke of.
(John), fourth Duke of, Note 84.
A short survey of the Isle of Man, 10.
Attorney. General, 72.
Aydan (King of Scotland), 26;
educated in the Isle of Man.
Aydun M'Gabbran victorious in Man, Note 54.
Ayla, illegitimate daughter of Olave the First (see Note 64).
Baker, Sir Richard, 90.
Bal(lpates (viz., the clergy), 74.
Balliol, Edward, Note 78, 169.
, John, King of Scotland, surrender of the Isle of Man to, 57 (Note 78).
Ballamona, in the parish of ChristLez.ayre, supposed to be the site of a monastery, 41.
Barrule, 12, 19 (see Note 46).
Barrow, Bishop, 80 (see Note 86);
appointed Governor by Charles, Earl of Derby, 91.
Dr. Isaac, Trinity, College, Cambridge, uncle to the Bishop of Sodor and Man, Note 86.
Barrow, urns frequently found (Note 47),19.
Barton, residence of the Sacheverells, see Note 1.
Bay of Tauber Maury, 97.
Beck, Anthony, Bishop of Durham and Patriarch of Jerusalem obtains a grant of the Island for seven years, and afterward for life (see Note 77), 61, 157, 158, 160 ;
said to have mortgaged the Isle to Sir William Montacute, Note 78,169.
Beemacken, a small plantation of Cistertian Friars in Kirk Arbory, 94 (see Note 122).
Beggars (see Note 14), 7.
Belfast 20 95 96.
Bello-Monte, Henry de, a grant of the Island made to, by Edward 1., 58, 59 (Note 77);
obliged to surrender it again, Note 77.
Bernard ('rlioiyias), Bishop, buried in Kilwining Monastry, Scotland, 89.
Binley (a Scot), 23,.
and Clergy, 34.
Bishopric, patronage of, 9 (see Notes 21 and 79).
, 5 (see Note 10) ; supposed to be founded by St. Patrick in 447, 6.
Bishops of the Isles, Abbot of 1ly had precedence of, as of the Bishops of Scotland, and as Grand Prior of St. John had of all the ]English Bishops, 106.
Bishops of Sodor and Man, 106 (Note 87).
' Man, 67; sole barons of the i;l..dotheir powers and jurisdiction in temporal matters, 92; styled Bish. ops of Sodor when the jurisdiction of the Hebrides belonged to Man. on the authority of Harrisoii, 106.
of Samos, Joseph Georgirenes, in 1678Iiis account of Samos, Nicaria, and Patmos, 115.
Black and grey water, 14.
Black and white foreigners (see Note 16, page 139).
Blasts, 6 (see Note 11).
Blundell, Mr., of Crosby, co. Lancashire (supposed writer of the MS. history of this Island in 1648), 138 (see Note 7).
Blundell, Michael, Lieut.Governor of Man (in 1407 as in the Insular Re. cords) see Note 80.
Boetius (Hector), 8, 24.
Brada Head (Note 35), 14.
Braddan, 11; said to signify a sabmon in the Manx language, 93; name derived from St. Brendinus, Note 118.
Brennus (by Buchanan styled Brendinus, Regulus Euboniw), nephew to Aydan, King or Scotland, 26, 27.
, succeeded Okerfair as Governor of Manfirst taught the Manx the art of fishing_slain at Lorn in 1287, 57. Broad Seal of Norway, .50. Brown's (Thomas) dissertation about the Mona of Cwsar and Tacitus, 113. Bride, Kirk, 11. Bridgeman, Henry, Bishop of Man, 91. Britain, 23. 'British Government, the sum total paid
to, by the Insular Government, in 1825, on its final purchase by, Notes 21 and 84.
MuseumHarl. collection, 137.
Bruce, Edward, brother to the King, 59.
, Robert, King of Scotland, besieges and takes Castle Rushen, 59 (Notes 77 and 78).
Buchat)an, the historiandescription of the Island, 120.
Burton, in Clieshire, the birthplace of Bishop Wilson, see Note 85.
Burton, Thowas, Bishop of Man (see Note 104).
Byron, Henry, LietitenantGovernor of Man, A.D. 1428, 75.
'8 Commenta7qes, 83.
Monathe Isle of Man, 116, 117
and Tacitus, 114.
Calf of Man, 13.
Calve, The, situate at the mouth of the Bay of Tauber Maury, Ireland, 97:
Calvin's case (lib. 7 cap. 27) 9.
Camden, 5 (see Note 8), 24 (see Note 56), 29, 33 (see Note 73), 55, 60.
Is Britannia,, 91 ; account of, 138.
Campbell, Mr. Duncan, Earl of Argyll's bailiff, in 1688 invites our author to his house, 99.
Capgrave, 24, 82.
of the parish, 11.
s of parishes, 11.
Carrick Fergus, 96.
Castle of Aras, in Irelandvisit by our author, then in ruins, 97.
Carlisle, 59. Dowart, 97. Rushon, 14, 28 (fee Note 39), 143.
Ruth surprised by Lacy, 42. Castles of Isle of Man, 11.
town, 5, 6, 10.
Cathedral, St. German's, 6. Cattle, 12.
Chaloner, Jas., one of the commissioners for the Loid Fairfax (see Note 6), 5, 10, 14, 16, 87;
Governor also from 1658 to 1660; published A Short Treatise on the Isle of Man, 137.
Chancery Courts, 74.
of England, 70.
Chapels, 93 (see Note 121).
Charters, Latin, 46, 58, and English translations of, see Notes 49, 59, 67, 69, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 90.
Chichester, Lord, 96.
Christ Lezayre, 11, 18.
Rushen, 11, 17, 20, 93.
Christian, Bishop (see Note 91), 88.
religion, 28; doubts as to when planted in the Island, 82.
Christina daughter of Ferchard, Earl of Ross, 44.
Chronicle of Man and the Isles, written by the Monks of Rushen Abbey, 138,
Chronicon Manniw (see Note 89), et passin).
at Antrim, in Irelandthe author's description of the monuments therein to the Chichester family, 96.
of England. 6, (see Note 12),6,138.
Church of the Isles endowed by Olave 36.
Civil constiution, 11.
Clerk of the Rolls, 69, 71.
Cluverlus states Caesar not to be depended upon, 117.
Coal, 14 (see Note 42), 17 (none yet discovered in the Island).
Coate, John, Comptroller of Man in 1428, 75; his character, 76.
Cogitosus, nephew to St. Bridget, and her biographer, 26.
Coke, Lord Chief Justice (Note 13), 6.
Columbus, his, character, 105.
Comes (see Note 19), 8; the Norwegian jarl, or English earl, 139.
Common law, 7.
courts, formerly held in each sheading, 73.
Comptrollerhis duties anciently, 69, 71.
Comyne, John, with Alexander Stewart, lands at Ronaldsway, and conquers the Isle of Man, in 1270, 55.
Conanus, Bishopof Sodor (see Note 18), 8.
about 600tutor to the three sons of Eugenius, fourth King of Scotland, 87, 105.
Coiiclian, Kirk, 11, 93 (see Note 117). Congalus 11., 8.
Congel, brother to Conanus, 8.
Conindrius, Bishop, 25, 85.
Constable of the forts, 11.
s of the four towns, 11;
a military appointment.
Constitution, Manx, 6.
Cook, Lord (Coke, 5) (see Note 13), 6 9,58,138.
Copper mines, 14, 17.
Corbred, surnamed Gaid, 8.
Coroner, 11, 64, 73.
Corrected Cronology of the Manx Bis. hops, from 1487, to 1599 (108).
Ctilinth, King of Scotland in 277, an account of by Archbishop Spotswood, and his connection with this Island, 83,84.
Crown of England, 9.
, English, 31.
Cumming's (Rev. J. G.) Manx history, Note 7, p. 138.
Curey, John (see Note 66) comes to Manmarried to Affrica, daughter of King Goddred, 42.
Columbus, St., of Ionastories relating theto, 103;
builds the Nunnery, 104.
Curragh, formerly under water (see Note 29), 12, 14, is.
Dayofjudgrnent stones in Iona, 107.
Debet court, 74.
De Burgo family, 57, and Note 67.
Dee river, 29.
Deemsters, 11, 68, 69, 72, 73.
in 1700, story of the boy, the two fine gentlemen, and the crownpiece, 21.
Derby, Anne, Countess Dowager of, 69.
, Charles, Earl of, sends over Bar. row, Bishop of Man, as Governor thereof, 91.
, Charlotte, Countess of (Note 40), 143.
, Earl of, Lord of Man and Admiral of the Island, 70.
Ferdinand, Earl of' 51.
fort (see Note 40), 161 143.
haven, 10, 16.
Henry, Earl of.
house of, 3, 9 (Note 84), 77.
James, seventh Earl of, 13, 16.. (see Note 40)
. tenth Earl of, and last Lord of Man of that litie 144.
Thomas, first Earl of' go.
Thomas, Earl of, 69, 70
William, , 51.
Dingay Dowyll obstinately defends Cas.
D' eob,~'t"Bhrn.'~e,'n59""' against King lodo"es, '18.
Divisions of the Island, 11.
Donald, one of the three sons of Eugenius, 27, 35.
, the son of Tade, 33.
Donegal's (Earl of) house, or castle, 96.
, Earl of, his kind reception of the author, on his voyage to IColumb. Kill, 96.
Donnald, a person of birth and reputa. tion, Governor in 1289 in which year Edward I. (see Note '67) gives the Isle of Man to Walter de Huntercomb, 57.
Douglas, or Dufglas, 16;
old fort therein, 16.
, Prioress of, a baroness of the Island, 93.
Drito, to whom the Manks tradition gives this name, a Bishop of Man, 56.
Drontheim, Archbishop of, once the metropolitan of the Island, 87, 88 (see Notes 98, 99, 100, 101, 102).
Druids, 8, 23, 83 (see Note 88).
.., 79; their authority in Iona, after their expulsion from the Isle of Man, 106;
their refusing to einbrace the religion of Columbushe orders them to be all drowned, 106 (see also Note 88).
Ducks, threepence apieee, 13.
Dufgall, one of the three sons of Nell (see Note 69), 49, 50.
Duncan, John, a Manksman the last true Bishop of Sodor and Manis made prisoner at BOIOT'ia, in Picardy (see Note 103, also Note 89)), 90;
lay in irons for two years, on his return from Avignonnot installed till the year 1376, 90.
Dungannon, Lord, 96.
Racin areat, 41.
Earl Outher forms a conspiracy against Macinarus, and engages him
in battle at a lace called Stantway, "St. Patrick's Isle," in Jurby,
in which both generals were slain, 34.
E27,35 ; derivation Of the name,
see Note 88.
Ecclesiastical barons of the island (see Note 20), 9, 140.
Ederius and Corbred, 8,
Edgar, 28, 29.
Edward the, Confessor, 29.
Edward I., of England, receives the homage of Mary, daughter of Regin.ld ' King of Man, in 1292, 51; refers her claim of Man to the King of Scotland, 57 (see Note 77) ; is chosen arbitrator between Bruce and Baliol, 57, 58; presents to the livings of Santon, Kirk Cairbre (Arbory), and Patrick of Jurby (see Note 78).
!I. gives a grant of the Island to Anthony Beck for life, in 1309 (see Note 78); makes three grants in one year to as many of his favourites, 58; resumes possession of the Isle of Man in 1310~(see Note 77).
111.3 63; orders possession to be taken of the Island by two of his justices (see Note 78) in 1333, and makes a grant of it to Sir Williain Montacute, first Earl of Salisbury (see Note 77).
Edwin, King of Northumberland, 27.
Eggs, twelve a penny, 13.
Elsinore Castle, in Denmark (see Note 39),16.
England, 10, 12, 29.
English historians, 5.
Errata, 3 (see Note 4).
Eubonia (see Note 22), 10, 27.
Eu,enins, takes sanctuary in the Island for nine years, 7. .
7; son of Aydan, 27.
Evan, Abbot of Furness, 34, and Note 60.
Exchequer court, 74.
Fairfax, Lord, 5.
FairyHill, tales thereof, (see Note 49),20.
Fallow deer, 13.
Fanuin Sodorense, 85.
Fargher, John, Abbot of Rushen and DeputyGovernor, 93.
Fasakerly, John, Esq., Lieut.Governor in 1418, 67.
Fell, Dr., the historian of Jersey in 1694,117.
Peltham, Manx historian, 144 (see Note 43).
Fergus the Second, 24.
's Castle, a description of, 96.
Ferquard, son of Eugenius 111., 8, 27.
, Fiaere, and Donald, three sons of Eugenius, educated in the Island, 27.
Ferrier, Robert, sat bishop 1554 removed to St. David's (see Note 107), 90.
Fiaere, son of Eugenius Ill., 8, 27.
Fingal King of Man, son of Allen, and father of Goddard, by whom he was succeeded, 28.
, supposed to have fallen in battle, 30.
Firs, lying 18 or 20 feet deep, frequently found in the Curragh, the roots growing upright in the ground (see Note 45), 18, 144.
Fishhalybut, turbot, ling, cod, &c., 14.
, shelllobsters, ld. apiece; crabs, twelve a ld., 14.
Forbes, Edward, the late Professor, 141 (see Note 25).
Foster, Bishop (see Note 110), 91.
Frazer, Mr. John, "Dean of the Isles on our author's visit, in 1688, 101.
, Mr., sen., Dean of the Isles, in possession of a book with 300 inscriptions of Ionalent the then late Earl of Argyll, which he supposes all lost by that great man's afflictions, 101.
Friars Minor of Beemacken, in Kirk Arbory, 93, and of the Cistertian Order at Mirescogh, 94 (see Note 122).
Fulke, arrives in Man, in the absence of Reginald, and spoils the whole Island, 42.
Furness Abbey, 48 (see Note 93).
Gald (see Note 16), 8, 138.
Galloway, 10, 35.
G...Ii~l, Bishop of Man, consecrated by Roger, Archbishop of Yorkburied at Peterborough, 87.
Gentleman, the supposed author of a MS. history of the Island, 5 (see Note 7).
German, parish of, 11.
Germanus, Bishop, 6 ; cathedral in Holmetown dedicated to him, 16, 25; some account of, 85.
Gilbert of Galloway, Bishop of Man, buried at Rothsay, near his predeces, sor, Allen, 89.
de M'Gascalla grant of the Lieutenancy of the Isle of Man made to him by Edward 1., 58 (see Note 78.)
GillesChrist, the son of M'Kerthack, 50.
Glastonbury charter, 29.
Goddard, son of Goddard, by a daughter of the Lord of Cantyre, sister of La. von, 43.
Goddard, son of Sygtrig (see Note 57).
M'Mannus, Governor of Man 56;
removed, after holding the ap: pointment four years, 56.
, son of good King Olave, left by his father to be educated in the Norwegian Court, 37;
returns out of Norway in 1143 (see Note 64)
assumes the government of Man, after punishing his illegitimate, brothers, 38;
is chosen King of Dublin by the whole province of Leinster, in 1147returns to Man, to reclaim the discontents of his peopleis opposed by Somerled escapes into Norway,, 39;
after an absence of six years, returns, with assistance from the King of Norwty the people receive him with open arms, 4~0;
Reginald, his bastard brother, opposes himthe Manksimen stoutly defend the King's cause in a battle fought at Ramsey, 40;
dies on the 9th Sept., 1187his body is taken to Hy (Iona) the year following, and buried, 41 ;
appoints Olave, his legitimiate son, his successor, then a minor, 41.
King of Man (son of Fingall), of whom the Manks tradition gives no character, 28.
Crouan, or Crovan, son of Harold the Black ' King of Iceland, flees to this J.1ad for protectionis well received, 30, 31, 32, 51, 53, 65.
, son of Syrach, 29.
Goodwin, Earl, father of Harold, elected King of England, 29.
Gospatrick and GillesChrist sent by the King of Norwiy to seize the revenues of Man for his own use, 50.
Government, Manx, 6, 32.
Governor, 5, 11.
's token, 74.
s. 74; a catalogue of, 77.
Graharn's Antiquities of Iona (see Note 125)
Grand Inquest of the nation, 73. Prior of St. John, 106.
Great Britain, 10.
Court, or Court of Gaol Delivery, 74
Green, John, Bishop of Man (see Note 104).
holfe (Greenhalgh), Governor (see Note 30), 12.
Gregory, Pope, the Fourth, 5.
Guttred, son of Orry, the second of the race of Orrys, 16;
building of Rushen Castle attributed to him, 28, 143.
Haco, King of Norway, 49.
Hamundus, or Vermundus (see Note 90), died in 1151, first styled Bishop of Sodor and Man, 87.
Hai~f,iger, King of Norway 29; Kingof Man honourably receives Goddard Crownan on his flight from Izelariddied in 1065, 30.
Hareld Harfager, King of Norway, 29,34
Harrold, son of Earl Goodwin, elected to the Crown of England, 1065, 29.
son of Goddard Crovan, 32.
illegitimate son of Olave the Good, 37.
Harrald succeeds his father Olave in the government of Man when only 14 resolves on a progress through his whole kingdom, consisting of nearly 300 islandsleaves England, his cousin, Governor of Man, 49;
goes to Norway in 1239returns to Man in 1242, and enters into strict alliances with all the neighbouring princesof Scotland and Irelandprocures letters patent from Henry Ill. (31st IIen. Ill., 1246) to visit England is kniglited returns the same year, 50;
invited to Norwaymarries the King's daughter on his return is shipwrecked, along with his queen, his bishop, and all the ladies of his court, 51 (see Note 49).
the son of Goddard Don, and grandson of Reginald, usurDS the name of king, 51; is made prisoner by the King of Norway, for his ,injust intrusion, 52.
, called merlins, 13.
Haysnap, Roger de, one of Sir John Stanley's commissioners, to settle the people, 65.
Hector Boetius says, 11 Man, the fountain of all honest learning and erudition," 8 (see also Note 51, p. 146).
Henricus de BelloMontea grant Of the Island made to him by Edward II. (to be seen at large in the &v. J. G. Cumming's Castle Rushen., p. 22), 58; is deprived of the same (see Note 77 and 78).
Henry III., of England (see Note 18), grants safe conduct to Olave, King of Man, in 1236, 49 ; honourably receives Glave' King of Man, in 1256 (ate Note 72), 52.
grants the Island to Henry Perey, Earl of Northumberland, conditionally on carrying the Lancaster Sword, 61.
1V., of England, makes a grant of the Island to Sir John Stanley for life, and afterwards for ever, 62.
Hens, 3d. apiece, 13.
Herrings, formerly 500 sold for a groat, and at the time the fishery worth £3,000 a,year, 14.
Hesketh, Hugh, called Black leach, Bishop of Man, elected by Sir Thomas Stanley in 1487, was Bishop in 1532 (see Note 106), 90, 184.
Heusback, a nobleman, is made King of the Isles by Haeo, King of Norway, and gives him his own iiameis slain in the Isle of Bute, and never reached this Island, 49.
Heylin, Dr.He~ps toEnglish History, 5
Highland Manx (see Note 37), 15.
Hildesley, Bishop, 139, 143.
Hollinshead, the historian, 8.
Holme Sodor, the old name given to the little island near Peel town by the English (see Note 87).
House of Derby, 3, 9 (see Note 84), 77.
Keys (see Note 83).
Hughs (2), Earls of Chester and Shrewsbury, 35.
IColumbKill, a voyage to, by the au. thor, in 1688,
addressed in a letter to , 95 (see Note 125);
in English, "St. Columb's Church," 98;
our author lands his description of the place, 100;
his account of the few monuments remaining, both inside and outside the church, 101,
including sixteen Kings of Scotland, as many of Ireland, eight of Norway, and some of the Isle of Man, 102.
Ingremondsent by the King of Norwaygot as far as Lewes, where he was burnt in his lodgings, for his bar.barous injustice, 33, 34.
Insula Druidarum (see Note 17), 8.
Insular divisions, 11.
Introduction, author's, 5.
Ireland, 12, 13, 18, 21, 25.
Irish Protestants, their kindness to, in 1698,7.
Island, 5, 8, 12, 19, 20, 22, 30, 31.
Islanders, the author's opinion of their character, 7.
Isle of Bute, 49.
Isle of Man, 6, 8, 13, 23, 30,35, 45,47, 55, 57, 86, 95, 106;
its climate described
no poorlaws, 139;
conquest of by the Scotch, 55;
surrender to Edward 1. in 1290 (see Note 73).
retaken by the Scots, 7th Ed. Il., 60.
Church (see Note 124), 94.
St. Columbus, 44, 86.
Ivar, youngest son of Goddard Crovati, 41.
, a knight (see Note 49), 20; slays Reginald in 1249 (see Note 70), 51;
intrigues with the widow of Magnus, 54;
acquires the crown thereby, 55.
John, the son of Dufgall, takes upon him the name of king, and
with his followers is driven from the coast, and the greater part
perish by shipwreck, 52.
a Monk of Sais, bishop, consecrated by Henry M'Murdock, Archbishop of York (see Note 90).
, King of England, takes Reginald, King of Man, under his protectionmakes him sundry grants, including two tuns of wine, about 1221, 45; similarity of character between John and Reginald, as shewn by the author, 46.
de Ergardia retakes the Island. 7th Ed. 11., 60 (see Note 78).
son of Hefare, Bishop of Man, 88 (see Note 95).
do Waldebeof, the husband of Mary,.only daughter of Reginald, the last King of Man, 57.
grandson of the above, claims the Isle of Man and the adjacent isles, as heir of his grand. mother, 58 (see Note 77).
Johnson's. Dr. Journey to the Westem Island,v (see Note 125).
Jole, a Manksman, father of Hamundus, Bishop of Man, 87.
Jones, Henry (nephew and executor of Dr. Fell, late Bishop of Oxford), 87.
Joseph of Arimathea, see Capgrave's life of, 82.
Joseph, the friend of King Ilarrald, sent with the three sons of Nell, to consult about his af?airs, 49, 50.
Jyla, Sound of, 97.
Keys, House of, consisting of 24 meinhers, the constitutional
representatives of the Island, 69, 73 ;
derivation of the name from Kiareasfeed, Notes 7'4 and 55.
Kinatellus. brought up in the Island, 8.
King Arthur, 26.
William Ill., 21, 22.
of Denmark and Norway, 27, 28.
Kings of Norway, terror of the Northern parts of Europe, 50.
King's Tale Royal of Cheshire, published in 1656 (see Note 6), 137.
Kingdom of Denrnark, 58.
the Isles, 39, 43, 45;
wholly reduced by the King of Scotland, from 1266 to 1270, 55.
Kirk wallAqninus, King of Norway, dies here, in 1263, 52.
Knights of the Round Tablea native prince admitted as one, by King Arthar, about 520 (see Note 54X 26.
Lacy, Hugh, 42.
Lagman, King of Man, eldest son of Goddard Crovanrenounces the kingdom, for his cruelties to his brother Harraldgoes a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, and dies there (see Note 59), 33.
illegitimate son of Olave the Good, 37.
Laird of Brawlus entertains and lodges our author in Iona, 109.
Lake, John, Bishop of Man, 1682translated to Bristol (see Note 113), 92.
Lapeaster, Duke of (afterwards Henry IV.), 61.
Latham, heiress of, marries Sir John Stanley, first King of Man of this name, 62.
. Lord oflegenil of the "Eagle and Child" supposed origin of the "Derby crest," 63.
Laughtown sheep, 13 (see Note 31)
Lavon, daughter of the Lord of Cantyre, hnd sister of the wife of King Goddard, 43.
Lawrence, Archdeacon, and afterwards Bishop Elect of Manis shipwrecked
on his return from Norway with llarrald and his suite, 51 ; 88 (see Note 97).
Lawrence Surius, a monk of Furness, 2&.
Lead Mines, 14, 17.
Loathes, Captain, 20, 96.
Leathern boatSt. Maugholds appearance therein on the Island, his hands manncled, and bolts on his feet (see Note 53), 25.
Length and breadth of the Island described, 10.
Letherland, John, Lieut,Governor of Man (seeNote 80), 63.
Levinz, Baptist, Bishop of Man, 1684, died 1693 (see Note 113), 92.
Lewis Islands, 43.
Lloyd, George, Bishop of Man, translated to Chester, 91.
Logland, Governor of Man, 49;
flies into Wales with Goddard, a younger son of Olave, fearing the displeasure of Harrald, 50.
Loinanus,. said by tradition to succeed St. Maughold in the,Bishopric, 92.
church, dedicated to St. Lomanus, 92.
Lord, Abbot of Furness, 34. of Cantyre, 43.
Man, in the ancient Manks records styled "Metropolitan and chief of the Holy Church," 68 (see Note 82).
Lord's Council, 74.
fee'dmennone of these to serve as one of the 24 Keys, 73.
rent (see Note 81) 66.
treasure, so called, being the farmer's eldest son, 67.
Lordship of Man, 9.
Mackenzie, Sir Goorge, 103, 105.
M'Lotlen, son of Maccartack, King of Ireland, gives his daughter Fingala in marriage to Goddard, 40.
Maemarus, said to have laid the foundation of Rushen Abbey, in 1098 (see Note 60), 34, 36;
original natives form a conspiracy against him, 34.
Macon (see Note 15), 7.
, or Macutus, King of Manlost his kingdom for refusing to do homage to King Edgar, of Englandafterwards restored, and made admiral of the fleet, 28;
called prince of seamen his seal, "ship in her ruff sables," 29 (see Note 56).
Magdalen College, 4, 17.
Magnus, King of Man, son of Olaus, grandson of Harrold Harfager, 34;
fixes upon the Island as his residence, and carefully fortifies it sails to Anglesea, and conquers itthe Welch make him large presentsreturns to Mansends his shoes to Murchard, King of Ireland, commanding him to carry them through his hall on Christmasday, 35;
sails to Irelandquits his fleetis slain by the Irish, with almost,,xll that were with hirnburied at St. Patrick's Church, Down, 36.
, King of Norway, son of Aquirus, third son of Olavethe Black), 51;
arrives in Man in 125% and is chosen king by consent of the people the following year goes to Norway is declared King of the Isles, 1254, 52;
1256, resolves on a voyage to England honourably received by Henry III.knighted by that king dies at Castle Rushen in 1265, is buried at Rushen Abbey, leaving no issuethe nirth and last of the race of Goddard Crovan, who for 200 years had enjoyed the name of kings, 53 (see Note 67).
Majors, three, part of civil government, 11.
Malemore, one of the three sons of Nell (see Note 69), 49, 50.
Malew church, dedicated to St. Lupus, 93.
Manthe Island so called by the English, 10;
derivation of the name, Note 22.
Man, Henry, Bishop of Mandied in 1556, says Dr Heylin (see Note 107) 90, is~L
Manawthe Isle of Man so called by Nennius and Gildas, 10.
Mandeville Richard le, 59.
Manks language (see Note 38), 1 2
Magna Charta, or Act of Setttlement (Note 58).
men, 27, 30, 41.
church (see Note 124).
Manks prayerbook, printed by Oliver. in London, 1765, Note 37.
seal, 29 (see Note 56).
tradition, 16, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32, 60.
Manlian, and Malinusas to one and the same. 25.
M'Lear, according to Manks tradition, supposed to he father, founder, and legislator of the Island, 24. 26 (see also Note 52).
Manning, Manx name for the Island, 10 (see Note 23).
Ml,,irkus Galvadiensis, Bishop of Man (see Note 99); laid a tribute of the smokepenny, to this day collected buried in St. German's Church, in Peel Castle, 89.
Marown, 11, 93 (see No'e 119).
Martin's account of the Island of St. Kilda, 114.
,Martlioline, the king's alinoner, writes against witchcraft, 59.
Mary, only daughter of Reginald (who assumed the government in 1249) claims the kingdom of the Isles in 1292, and does homage to Edward I., of England, in Perth, or St. John's Town, 51;
is secretly conveyed into England, with all the public deeds and charters, 55 (see Note 77).
, daughter to William do Waldebeef, and granddaughter to Mary, the last of the family of Goddard Crovan, 60; marries Sir Williain Montacute, 60.
, wife of John do Waldebeof, 57.
Maughold, parish of, 11.
Maunso spelt on the runic cross at Kirk Michael (see Note 22).
Maurice Okerfairheld the government three years, and died lamented in 1282, 56.
Mauritiussent prisoner to London by Edward I., and therefore not often to be found in the catalogue of insular bishops, 89.
Melinus, a famous magician, 25.
Menawthe Island so called by the British, 10.
Merrick, John, Bishop of Man, sworn 1577supposed to have given Camden the history of Man as first published in his Britannia, 91, 184.
Metropolitan and chief of the Holy Church, 68 (see Note 82).
Mettled falcons, 13.
Michael, a Manksman, Bishop of Mandied about 1203 (see Note 92).
, parish of, 11.
Midsuinmerday, 19 (see Note 52), 24~
Militia, 11, 15.
Minehaugh, rocks of, 14.
Minerals, 17 (see Note 35).
Mintage, the first struck by Martholine,Governor ,1 Man, 60.
Mirescoge, in ChristLezayre (,see Note 29), 12 (see Note 65), 41, (see Note 25),142.
Moar, an officer to each parish (see Note 27), 11; the Lord's baililt, 73.
Monathe Island so called by Caesar, 10.
of Caesar and Tacitusa short dissertation thereon as to the several names of Man, by Brown, 113, 114.
Monabiathe Island so called by Pliny, 10.
Monedathe Island so called by Ptolemy, 10.
Monks of Furness Abbey (see Note 89), 138.
Rushen, 29, 34, 48.
Monsieur Godyin, 121.
Montacute family, see Notes 77, 78.
, Sir W., conquers the Island from the Scots, in 1340. 60;
crowned King of Man in 1344, 60.
(second Sir William), first Earl of Salisbury, 61.
Sir Simon, 58.
Mordalus, King of Man, first converted to Christianity (see Note 51), 24 (see Capgrave), 82.
Mull of Galloway, 95.
Mureard O'Brian, King of Ireland, 33.
Murehard, King of Ireland (see King Magutio, 35)alarmed at Goddard's progress, sends his halfbrother,Oselby, with 3,000 horse, to surprise the city of Dublinis slain by Goddard, and his army totally defeated, 38.
Myles, son and heir of John de Courey and Angrica (Note 66, page 149).
Natural history, 3, 17.
Navel of the seathe position of the Island described as such by Chaloner, 10 (see Note 24).
Neil, Dufgal~ and Malmor (see Note 69).
Nell (see Note 69), 49.
Newton, Jane, mother of our author, and daughter of Sir JobrY, 135.
Nicholas de Melsa, Bishop of Man and Abbot of Furness, 88 (see Note 93).
Nobleman (Lord Strange), 1 (see Note 2).
division of the Island, comprising eight parishes, 92 (see Note 116).
and south division of the Island, as to widows' right (see Note 61).
Northern parts, 18.
Norway, 50, 53.
King of, 37; Ingo or IIengo.
Norway' Kings ofthe approbation of these kings, a male succession, and the consent of the people were considered the three qualifications requisite for the descent of the government ill the days of Goddard Crovan, and where either of them were wanting, it generally proved fatal to the i~ince and people, 51.
Norwegians, 9, 29; held the Island for more than 300 years (see Note 73).
Nunnery of IColumbKill, built by Columbus, 104, 109.
Odo, rector of nton, Ed. I., Note 77, P. 161.
UFogalt, ViceComes or Governor of Man, in 1117, 41.
Okerfair, Maurice, Governor of Man for three years, died 1282endeavoured to allay the animosities of the two factionscaused thirty crossmarriages to be celebrated in one day, 57.
Olain, brother to Olave, died in Ireland, 28.
Olaus, grandson of Harrold Harfager, 34.
Olave, sou of Goddard, by Fingala, a daughter to Maccartack, Kin, of Ire. land, in 1171, 40; succeeds his father, Goddard, when a minor, 41, 42; ac. cepts Goddard's olfer of the Lewes Islands, and takes possession thereof in 1207, 43 ; returns to Manis seized by C~oddard, and sent a prisoner to William, King of Seotland, and kept in chains seven yearsis released by William~s successor, Alexanderreturns to Man, 43.
gives tithes onethird to the bishop, onethird to the Abbey of Rushen, and onethird for the education of youth and relief of the poor, 36 (see also Notes 39 and 60).
Olave, King of Man, put to death by the King ot'Norway, 28.
(the First), third son of Goddard Crovan, 33 ; assumes the government of Man in 1102gives the Abbey of Rushen, begun by Maemarus, to Evan, Abbot of Furness, reserving one. third of the tithes (see above, and Note 62),36.
, 47, 48; resolves on a journey to Norway, 1221, 49; returns to Man, with Goddard, son of his brother Reginald, and the Isles divided between them, Man being allotted to Olave, 1236safe conduct granted to him by Henry Ill., of England (see
Note 68) ; dies in Peel Castle, and lies buried in the Abbey of Rushen, 49.
Olave, son of Goddard, by Fingala, 40.
Oldham, Richard (see Note 104).
Orall's chapel, in Hyaseribes the building to Columbushis dream of a fainine, and the origin of the chapel, 102.
O'NeaPs, Kings of Ulst~er, 96.
Oreades, 27, 35, 52.
Original government of the Isle of Mall, 23.
Ormond, Duke of, 137 (Note 2).
Orrery, Earl of, and Lord D un,annon, 96.
Orry, King, 26, 69.
Orrys, race of, 10 (see Note 55), 27.
Oselby, halfbrother to Murchard, King of Ireland, is slain by Goddard, King of Man, about 1148, 38.
Ossery, Thomas, Earl of, 137 (Note 2).
Paps of Jura, 97.
Paris, Matthew, the historian, 87.
Partridges sent over by the Earl of Derby, also by his grandfather, 13.
Patriarch of Jerusalem, Anthony Beck, 61 (see Notes 77 and 78, pp. 157, 158, 169).
Patrick, parish of, 11.
Patronage of the bishopric, 9 (Note 21).
Paul, a Manksman, a person of great lq,valty, integrity, and virtue, living in 1156, 39.
Paul, son of Boke, Viscount of Skey, 44, Paultis Oroslus, 120.
Peek's Dedderata Curio8a, 144.
Peel Castle, 6. 25,48,49.
Peeltown, anciently called IIolmtown, 1AB. People (see Note 37), 15.
Perey do Gavestona grant of the Island made to him by Edward 1., 58.
, Henry, Earl of Northumberland, is granted the Island, on the execution of Scroop, Earl of Wiltshire, 6 1.
Perrot, Sir Tliomas, Lady Chichester daughter of, 96.
Pheasants, or heath game, never in the Island, 13.
Philips, John, a Welchinan, Bishop of Man, 1605traiislated the Common Prayer into Manks (see Note 111), 15, 91.
Pole, Edward, of Radbourne, 135.
1 E. S. Chandos, representative of the Sachoverells on the female side, 135.
Poetic Vision, 19.
Pomponlus Mela (supposed to hqve lived under the Emperor Clau(lius), names this Island under the Hebrides or Ybudes, 119.
Pope Gregory the Fourth 5.Camden, Coke, and Heylin attribute the foiindation of the bishopric to this Pope, in 840all three unauthorised, 87.
Preface to the reader, 3.
Primate of Arma.1i, 6 (see Note 9).
Prinn, Mr., 58.
Prior of St. Bode, in Copeland, 67.
Whithorn, in Galloway, 67.
Prioress of Douglas, 67 ; baroness of the island, 93.
Priory of Douglas, said to be built by St. Bridget commonly called the Nunnery, 93.
Pulley, Richard, mentioned in the Insular records as Bishop of Man, see Note 104).
Quarterland (see Note 121).
Quayle, M. H., C.R. in the Isle of Man, 138.
Queen of Goddard, 43.
Man, all goats of felons belong to (see Note 32), 13.
Rabbits, 2d. the couple, 13.
Radcliffe, Thomas, Abbot of Rushen, 93. Ramsey, 16, 30.
Blockhouse, built by the Earl af Derby, (see Note 41), 16,
Randolph, Earl of Murray, 59 (charter to Note 77), 167.
Rannesway (Ronaldsway), 59.
ReceiverGeneral, or Treasurer of the Island, his duties, &c., 71.
Red (leer, (see Note 33), 13, 142.
Reformed Churches (see Note 124), 94.
Reginald, Bishop of Man (see Note 94), nephew to good King Olaveconsecrated 1216
buried at Rushen Abbey, 88.
' brother of Harrald, assumes the Government of Man in 1249, May 6 (see Note 49), and in the, same month is slain by a knight, called Ivar, in the meadows near the church of Christ Rushen, 51.
, King of Man, third of the race of Orry, 28.
, illegitimate son of Olave the Good, 37, is sent for by the Manksmen "out of the Isles," and made king, Anno 1 188~slays Murchard, for not consenting to his election, 41; does liornage to King John, of England, 1205, for which the lzing grants him a knight's fee in Ireland, and his pro. tection _pro_feodo et 8ervitio suo, 42.
Reginald. 45. 47; slain in battle at Tynwald, and his body conveyed by the monks of Rushen to the Abbey of Furnesq, 48.
11, nephew to good King OIave, and Bishop of Man, 88 (see Note 94!.)
, ]King of Man, 20. slain by Knight Ivar (see Note 49),,70.
28. supposed to be a magician,
Bishop of the Isles, 43; the thirds of all the livings in the Island were to him granted by the clergy, 87.
Reneurling, in Kirk Michael, where a convention of the people was held under Sir Tohn Stanle~y the Second, 67.
Richard, Bishop of the Isles, consecrates the abbey church of St. Mar~., Rushen, commenced 130 years before, 88.
do Burgo entrusted with the care of the Island, by one of the competitors of the Scotch Crown (see Notes 67, 75), 57.
do Mandeville lands at Ronaldsway in 1316, 59 (see Note 78), 169
2nd of England, 61.
Rivers afford salmon, trout, eels, 14.
Rivulets, very inferior, 14.
Roland, rector of Patrick, in Jurby, Ed. I., Note 77 p. 161.
Roman nationthis Island never in their possession, 19.
Romulus, bishop, 25.
Roolwer, Bishop of Man, 87.
Ross, Earl of, 44.
Rotbsay church, 89.
Rushen, parish of, 11, 93. foundation of which laid in 1098, 34;
consisted of 12 monks and an abbot, of whom the first was called Conanuswore neither shoes, furs, nor linen, and ate no flesh ineat except on journeys, 34.
Castle, 11, 14, 28, 53, 59, 68.
Russel, William, Bishop of Man (see Note 78)Abbot of Rushendied in 1374 (see Note 102), 89, go.
Rutter, Samuel, Archdeacon, afterwards Bishoptranslated to St. Asaph, to the great loss of the island (see Note 112), 91, 103.
Sacheverell, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Pole, Esq., 135.
, family ofmonuments in Barton and Morley churches, 136.
Henry, D.D., 136, 137.
Radulph, 136, 137.
Rev. Joshua, 136.
Robert, 1 (see Note 1); his father, 1 (see Note 3).
, Robert, to whom our author dedicates this work, 135.
William, M.P. for Derbyshire from 1661 to 1680, and also for Nottinghamshire from 1680 to 1690, 135;
his sons and daughters, 135, 137.
, William (2nd), 22, 81, 109, 144.
, William and Henry, two sons of the Governor, died young, 1,36
Sacheverells, arms of the, 137.
, pedigree of the family of the, 189.
Saint's chairits supposed virtuesdiscontinuance of the custody thereof to the priests, 18 (see also Note 43).
Salisbury Plain, 19.
Bishop see Note 109), go.
jait a ur, 1
. r.' 1 . in his Britannia 11butrata, P, is, 'states the Greeks first landed here and in An.~Iesey, 126.
Scotch Conquest, 54.
Scotch divines, 20.
Scotland, 12, 13, 27.
Scottish historians, .35. princes educated in the Island, 8. tradition, 106.
Scroop, Sil. W. (Earl of Wiltshire), buys the Isle of Manis afterwards exe. cuted by Henry IV., of England, 61.
Sea air, 11.
Seac!omels History of lh, Ile 0
ed. 1740, 138. _f Man,
Secondsight 20. _ 1
Sedes Druiilnm and Insular Druidarum (see Note 17), 8 (see Note 38).
Setting Inquest, being four able and sufficient inen sworn in from every
parish, and so called, 66.
Sharp, Dr., Archbishop of York (see Note 82).
Sheading of KirkChristRushen, 11.
Sheading courts, 73.
, or subdivision, 11.
Simon, Bishop of Man, 88 (see Note 96).
de Moniacute claims the Island by deed of gift, dated in 1305 (see English translation in Cumming's Rushen Castle, &c., page 24), 58.
Sitwell, Alicia, wife of Governor Sacheverell, 136.
Skeyal, or Skyhill (see Note 28), 12, 19, 30,141.
Sodor, 83 (see Note 87), 85.
Bishop of (see Note 18), 8.
and Man, Wymundus first styled
Bishop of, 87,
of IColumbKill, 103.
Soil, 11, 12.
Solan geese, 13.
SomerledReginald and Engus, the sons of, 41.
, Thane of Argyll, marries an illegitityiate daughter of Olave the First, 37, 39 (see also Note 64).
division of the Island, comprising nine parishes, 92.
Speed, the historian, 60.
Speliiian, Sir Henry, 29.
Spiritual court, 68.
Spotswood, Arelibishophis account of the expulsion of the Druids by Cratilintb, of Scotland, and the introduetioil of Christians, both preachers and professors, into the Island, 84.
Sprotton, John, the first bishop naiiied in the Manks records (see Note 105), 90.
Staiiley, Sir Edward, first Lord Monteagle, 90.
, Sir John (see Note 79); first Lord of Man, 62.
, Sir John, second Lord of Man, arrives in the Island in 1417, 63, 73, 75.
, Sir John, returns to Man in
1422finds the country in confusion,
Stanley, James, Bishop of Man (P), 184.
Thomas, Bishop of Man, son to
Sir Edward Stanley, first Lord Monteagle (see Note 106a p. 182), 90.
Sir William, Knight, 62;
also named. in a charter addressed to him by Henry IV., as his Lieutenant in the Isle of Man, see Note 79 p. 172.
St. Anne, or Santon, 93.
Columbus' day, 21.
John's Chapelthe Tynwald held thereat, 93.
Mary's Chapel, in Castletown, built (see Note 82),
Maughold, 86, 93 (see Note 53), 25. Micliael's Island, 16 (Note 40).
Olave, king and martyr, 34, 35.
Patrick, apostle of the Manks nation (see Note 25), 10, 16 (see Note 44), 18, 24, 25, 26, 28; story of, 85.
Patrick's Church, in Peel, 6, 16.
Staff of government, 69. ,
Stantway, St. Patrick's Isle, supposed to be Jurby, 34.
Stauilton, Mary de, first wife of Robert Sacheverell, M.P., 135._
, Sir William, 135.
Stevenson, Captain, 21.
Stone quarries, 14.
Strange, Jas., Lord, son of William, 9th Earl of Derby, 137 (Note 1).
Strangers, 7, 30.
Strangford, a port in Ulster, entered by a sail of 100 ships, in 1205, by Jolin Curey (see Note 66), 42.
Surius, Lawrence, a monk of Furness, 26.
Swine, called purs, 13.
of delinquents forfeited to the Lord ' 13.
SwordBisliops of the Island so called from liolding the office of Governor with that of bishop (see Note 86).
Sylvanus, the Abbot, 40; obtains a grant of land from Goddard, 'to build a monastery thereonafterwards given to the Abbey of Rushen, with the Monks belonging thereto, 41 (see Note 122).
Synod of Argyll decree the destruction of all the sacred records of antiquity in Iona, including the DayofJudgment stones, and sixty crosses ordered to be cast into the sea, 107.
Syrach, King of Man, 29.
, Or Sygtrig (see Note 57).
Tacitus' Mona is Anglesey, 116, 117.
Taxiaxi, the constitutional representatives of the Island, subsequent,ly called " Keys,,, 69, 73.
.Ta,ViOr, William, of Carlisle, and Wm. M'Stephen, two of the justices appointed by Edward III. to take charge of the Isle of Man, Note 78 p. 169.
Tenure of the straw, 66 (see Note 58).
The ancient and absolute Kingdom of Man, so called before it fell under the homage of the Crown of England (see Calvin's case, lib. 7 c. 21), 9.
ecclesiastical barons, who they were, ex officio (see Note 20), 9.
Island and Lordship of Man so designated since it fell under the homage of the English Crown, 9.
Lord's prerogative royalhis rights and duties, 69, 70, 71.
Theresa, Priorm of the Iona Nunnery, inscription of, 104.
Thomas, of Kirkham, Bishop of Man (see Note 101).
sat bishop 14 yearsdied in 1348 (see Note 101), 89.
a silver bracelet of, dug up in 1855, in a garden, near Rathmines, in possession of Capt. Edward Hoare, of the Cork Rifles (see Note 101).
Thorfinu~, the son of Otter, one of the principal inhabitants of the Island, stirs up dissent against Goddard in his absence, and brings over Somerled, his brotherinlaw, to oppose him, 39 (see Summerled, p. 37).
Thoroton~s Hist" of Yottiykanwkire, 137.
Thorquell, one of the three sons of Nell (see Note 69), 49.
Thurstan de Tyldesly, one of the commissioners left by Sir John Stauley to settle tbe people 65.
Towns, a description of,' 16.
Train's History of the Isle of Man, 139.
Treen chapels (see Note 12 1), 93.
Turf and peak 14.
Tygrida, the mother of St. Lomanus, to whom the parish church of Lonan is supposed to,be dedicated, and one of the three holy sisters of St. Patrick, 92.
Tynwald, battle fought thereat, at which Reginald lost the day, and was killed in action, 48, 49; origin of ceremony on each 5th July (see Note 81), 64, 65 3 63, 66, (in 142930,) 76, (see Note 84.)
, the laws promulgated on Midsummerday (see Note 48), 19.
in Manx, CronkyKeillown (see Note 48).
Ulster, province of, 42.
Usher, Bishop, 13s.
Viscount of Skey, 44.
Viranus, apostolic legate, arrives in Man, 40 (see also Note 122).
VicarsGeneral (see Note 26), 11 (see Note 115), 92.
Vikings (not Vikings) vassals to the Scandinavian monarchs 140.
Voyage to IColumbKill' in 1688, in a letter addressed to ii:~ 96 (see Nt~ 125).
Waldebeof, John de, 57, 165.
,, John de, grandson of the above John, claims the Island in jzw. .,58,165.
William de, 58.
Wallace, Dr., F.R.S., historian of the Orkneys, 114.
Walter de Huntercombe the Island commtted to his care by Ed. I., in 1289, and the year following is surrendered to John Balliol, King of Scotland (see Note 75), 57.
Walton, John, Lieut.Governor of Man, 67,75.
Warkenton, Dr., Bishop of Antrim, famous for his skill in mathematics, 96.
Warwick. Earl of, banished to the Isle of Man, but soon after recalled, 61.
WaterBailiffadmiral of the Island duties, &c, 72.
Welby, or Waldby, Robert, Bishop of
Man (see Note 104), 90.
Well of Mary, in Ireland, 98.
Western Scots, 32.
Whithorn, Bishop of A.D. 1154, 86 (see Note 91).
Wigton, Allan of, rector of Arbory (see Note 77), 161.
William, Bishop of Man, 87.
do Waldebeof, son of Mary and John de Waldebeof, 57.
William, King of Scotland, 43.
Willis's History of Cathedrals, 157.
Wilson, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Sodor and Man, letter from the author, 80 (see also Notes 82 and 85).
Winder, Mr., minister of Belfast, and Chancellor of the Diocese, 96.
Woolsley, Colonel, 21.
Zoroaster and Numn, 24.