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Name Index

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Devonshire Gleanings from Manningham's Diary

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol 7 (1875), pp. 376-386.

by

W. Pengelly

Prepared by Michael Steer

John Manningham (died 1622) was a lawyer and diarist, a contemporary source for Elizabethan and Jacobean life and the London dramatic world, including William Shakespeare. His diary, preserved among the Harleian Manuscripts was first printed by the Camden Society in 1868. It covers the period from January 1602 to April 1603. At the time, the writer was a student in the Middle Temple. The work is a medley of anecdotes of London life, political rumours, accounts of sermons, and memoranda of journeys. The paper delivered at the Association's July 1875 Torrington meeting provides a potpourri of notes and memoranda, gleaned from the diary and all relating to Devonshire. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Altam, Mr 383
B  
Bacon, Father 382
Ball, Ann 379
Ball, Nicholas 379
Barker 383
Bearblock, Mr 379
Beraldus 378
Beza 378
Bodley, Ann 379
Bodley family 377
Bodley, John 378
Bodley, Sir Josias Kt 378
Bodley, Lawrence 378
Bodley, Prothasy 378-9
Bodley, Sir Thomas 376-80
Bogan, Zachary MA 378
Bougins, Prothasy 378-9
Bougins, Walter 378-9
Bowring, Sir John 376
Bruce, Mr 382-4, 386
Brunswick, Julius Duke of 380
Burleigh, Lord 380
C  
Calvin 378
Carew, Ann 379
Cary, Ann 379
Cecile, Sir Robert 384-6
Chevalerius 378
Clanricard, Earl 386
Cobham, Lord 385-6
Constantinus, Robertus 378
Couel, Dr William 384
Croke 382
Crooke, Mr 383-4
D  
Darsie, Mr 382
Denmark, Frederick of 380
Dodderidge, Sir John 376, 382
Dymond, Mr R 379
E  
Egerton 383
Elizabeth I 378-9, 386
Essex, Earl of 377, 380-1
F  
Foss 382-3
Foster 383
France, King Henri III 380
France, King Henri IV 380
Fuller 382
G  
Glanvil, Sir John 376, 382
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando 386
Guise, Duke of 380
H  
Hanbury 384
Harris, Mr Sergeant John 376, 382-3
Heale, Sir John (also Hele) 376, 383
Hess, William Landgrave of 380
Homer 377
Hone, Robert Esq 377
Hooker, Richard 376, 384
Houghton 383
J  
James I 386
Jarrett, Sir Jo 385
L  
Lee, Mr 385
Long, Mr 384
M  
Manningham, John 376-80
Mary, Queen 377-8
N  
Navar, King of 380
Nicholas, Mr 383
Noel, Mr 385
P  
Peryam, Sir William 376, 384
Phillips, Mr 383
Popham, Lord Chief Justice 384
Preston, Sir Amias 386
Prince, Rev John 376-9, 383
R  
Raleigh, Sir Walter 376, 385-6
S  
Saracenus, Philibertus 378
Sheborough 385
Snig, Mr 383
T  
Tanfield 383
Tite, Sir William 376
Tucke, Auditor 384
W  
Walmesley, Justice 385