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Delmaire, witlow of Abraham, 198. Des Loires, Madame, 350..
Delmarre, Isaac, 201, 205.

Monsr., 350.
Margueritte, 205.

name of, 350.
Marie Médelaine, 201.

Desmajeu, Anne, 206.
Rachel, 206.

De Smidt, Abraham, xxvii.
Susanne, 201.

Desobry, or De Zoubry, Francoise,
Deloches, Lieut.-Col., 76.

207.
De Loenus, —
24.

Phillippe, 207.
Delor, Mdme. Vignier, 290.

Desodes, Capt., 75.
De Luze, Jacques, 202, 205.

Desperans, Isabelle, 205.
De Maresch, Geraert, 211.

Destrier, Jean, 197, 205.
De Massaune, M. et Madame, 140. - widow of Jean, his father, 209.
De Matignon, Marshal, 85.

name of, 196.
De Montmillan, Anne Gabrielle, 343. De Sussac, Jeanne, 343.
De Moyenson, Jean, see Moeyensoen. De Teissier, General The Baron, iv.
De Neufville, Wm., xv, 86.

De Tiembronne, Phillip, 211.
Denis l'Areopagiste, 30.

De Touchimbert, Madelaine, 343.
Denis, Leonard, 196 bis.

De Touzay, Louise, 131 note.
Denization, Letters of, and Acts of Dettingen, battle of, 327.

Naturalization for Aliens in England, Deue, Salomon, 152.

viii, x, xii, xxxi, xxxii, xxxvi, 347, Deux-Ponts, Jean, Duc de, 286, 286
Denization, letters of, 33; see also note.
Naturalization.

Devall, Lieut., 75.
Denmark, 24; King of, 332 ; Prince De Vaynes, Miss J. H. L., 5.
George of, 66.

Deuilles,' Susanne, see De Villiers.
De Nossay, Bénigne, 349.

Devenick, Mr., 139.
François, 349.

De Villier, Jean, 201.
De Paepe, -, 38.

Susanne, 201.
De Pasy, Madame, 349.

De Villiers, Jean, 205.
De Prez, Dr., 103 note.

or ‘Deuilles,' Susanne, 205.
De Prioleau, Benedetto, see Priolo. De Voss, Jean, and his wife, 168.
Deptford. 411.

De Vosse, Jean, 203.
Derbaut, Mad., 174.

Pierre, 205
De Remeugnac, Chalant, 322.

De Witte, Jean, 38.
De Richemond, Monsr., 350.

Josse, 38.
De Roqueservière, M., 225, 226. De Zoubry, see Desobry.
De Roufiniac, M., 150.

Dherbault, Mr., 173.
De Rozel, Mary, 343.

D’Hoye, Catherine, 205.
De Ruy, Jean, widow of, 190.

- Isaac, 205.
De Saint Gelais de Séligné, Bénigne, Pierre, 206.
349.

Samuel, 205 bis, 206.
De St. Helenne, Sarah, 314.

Dhubac, Catherine, 243.
De Saint Légier, René, 349.

Mary, 343.
De Saint Légier de Boisrond, René, Dibden, Robert Wm., xlv.
349.

Dieppe, 140 bis, 206 bis, 209-211, 351,
Hector, 350.

379.
De Salengre, Martin, 31.

Digoine, Capt., 75.
De Saravia, Adrian, 43.

Dillenburg, 35.
Desbarbieux, Symphorien, 30.

Dion Cassius, 46.
Desbionville, Elizabeth, 206.

Discipline, 110, 121, 126, 128 bis, 215;
-- Pierre, 206.

le livre de la, bought for the Fourth
Desbrisées, 350.

Foreign Church of Dover, 148, 148
Desbrises, -, 319.

note ; of the Protestant Churches of
De Schickler, Baron Fernand, see France, 105; of the French reformed
Schickler.

Churches in Germany, xlii.
De Serrieres, Susanne, 313.

Disgrouais, Anne Benigne, 343.
Désert, the, 276, 285,

Doignon, 279.
Desgardins, Jeanne, 137, 137 note, Doland, Lieut., 75; see also De Dollon
198, 206 ; see also Le Cat.

and Dollon,
K

-, 178.

Dolbel, Jean, 351 ; Jean, his son, 351. the Church and its predecessors,
Dolben, Daniel, 471.

215-217.
Dollon, Martha, 343; sce also Doland The Bible of the Church, 143,
and De Dollon.

143 note ; Common Prayer Book,
Donavant, Anne, 344.

145 ; cups and linen used for the
Dorbien (?), Henry Hollard, 194.

communion service, formerly belong.
Dordrecht, 303, 304.

ing to the Protestant Church of
D'Orignac, Madme. Benine, 349.

Guînes, 103-107, 137, 138, 143 note,
Dormaunt, Madeleine. 343.

195, 217 ; the pulpit and benches,
Dornholzhausen, 336, 338.

217;

the Table of the Ten Command-
Doudar, Angelique, 343.

ments, 127 note, 137, 173, 217.
Dover, 307, 308 ; Buck's engraving • The New Buildings' in which

of, 101 note; Custom House, 101, the services were held, 96, 100, 101,
101 note; Customer of, 101 note ; 216 ; photographic reproduction of
French prisoners confined in the a drawing of them, facing page 101.
Castle, 341 ; Historical Sketch of Dover, Huguenot prisoners at, 340.
the Town of Dover, 101 note; Lyon's Downe, Mary, 197.
History of Dover, 101 note ; Mayor Dresden, 90, 302.
of, 97, 98, 140 note, 198; Presby- Dreux, battle of, 311.
terian and Baptist Registers of, Drigue,
130, 130 note ; St. Mary's Church, Drusius, (Jean Van den Driesche), 41,
102 note, 103, 103 note, 198; its 42.
registers, 130, 135 ; registers of St. Drusus, tomb of, 295.
James's Church, 99 note, 101 note, Du Bec-Crespin, Marie Elizabeth, 291.
130 ; survey of the harbour, 100, Dublin, 349, 350; Cathedral of St.
101 ; unlawful conventicles at, 99 Patrick, 324 ; registers of the con-

note ; Wilson's painting of, 101 note. formist French Churches of St.
Dover, First Foreign (Dutch) Church Patrick and St. Mary, viii, xii,
of, 211.

xxxi, xxxvi, 198, 350 ; of the non-
Dover, Second Foreign (French) conformist French Churches of
Church of, 211.

Peter Street and Lucy Lane, 350,
Dover, Third Foreign (Walloon) 429.

Church of, 96, 97 note, 98, 99 ter, Du Bois, Antoine, and his family,
99 note, 100, 149 note, 198 quinquies, 175.
199 ter, 211, 216; its account books, Daniel, 342.
94 ; its registers, 94, 99, 99 note ; Du Bouchet Barjon, Peter, 353.
the pulpit and benches, 217.

Du Bourdieu, Jean, 69, 342; his
Dover, French services held at, Appeal to the English Nation, 346.

between the dates of the closing of Dubreville, Mary, 343.
the Third and the foundation of the Du Cane, Major-General Sir Edmund

Fourth Foreign Church, 99, 216. F., K.C. B., Vice-President, xix,
Dover, Fourth Foreign Church of, / xliii

, 5, 68.
341.

Duclus, Jean, 178.
Dover, The Fourth Church at, 1685. Du Comte, Antoine, 205.

1731, (Paper entitled), xxix, xxxvii, Du Crocq, Francois, 173.
93 ; its history derived from the Ducrot, Guillaume, 134 note.
minute-books of the proceedings Dudley, Lord, Anne, daughter of,
of the Consistory and other sources, 323.
93-138 ; accounts of the receipts Du Fau, Lieut., 75.
and expenditure of the Church, Du Four, Jacq, 140.
139-195 ; its registers, 195-201, see Du Fournier,

179.
also the Paper passim ; reconnais. Du Gua, 120.
sances entered in the account-books, Du Hamel, Anne, 206.
201-211; list of ministers, elders, Duhamel, Marie, 206.
and deacons of the four foreign Duke, Eliza., 344.
Churches of Dover, 211, 212 ; rent Du Mas, Jno., 339.
paid for the Church and stipends Dumas, Pierre, 206.
of the ministers, 212-215 ; Isaac Dumon, David, 179.
Minet's relation of the history of Du Mont, Ester, 99.

réfugiés en Angleterre passim,
Flemings, Holland, Netherlands,

Colchester, and London.
Duthoit, Rev. W., D.C.L., 5.
Du Val, Anne, 173.
Du Villier, Bernard, 179.
Duwellen, Jenne, 99.
Dyers, 49.

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Dumont, Mary, 343.

Sille, 343.
Duncan, Claude, 344.

Dr., 47.
Dunes, the, battle of, 320.
Dunfermline, 307.
Dunkirk, 116.
Du Paroy, Jean, 175.
Du Peche, Louis, 178.
Duplessis, 280 note.
Du Ponchel, Elizabeth, 206.

Isaac, 206.
Jean, 206.
Jeanne, 206.
Marie, 206.

Susanne, 206.
Du Pre, Jean, 178.
Du Puy, Charles M., 5.
Durant, carlet, a minister, 288 notr.
Durant, M., 280 wote, 288 bix,
D'Urban, Wm. Stewart Mitchell,

xxvii.
Durel, Jean, 355.
Durell, see Le Vavasseur.
Dürer, Albert, 295.
Durham, 305.
Durlach, 338, 339.
Durmentz, 335, 336, 338 note, 339.
Du Rouvray, M., 280 note.
Du Quesne, M., 68.

Marquis, 68 bis.
Durier, Samuel, spe Du Riez.
Du Riez, Aimé, 197.

Elizabeth, 197.
Jacob, 197.

Marie, 197 bis.
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, soe

Stokes ; his daughter, 168.
Duriz, Sanıuel, 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

EAGER, Capt., 75.
Eames, see Yeames.
Eastcott, Middlesex, 469.
Eaton, Thomas, 91 note.
Edinburgh, 306, 307.
Edmonton, 402.
Edolo, 226, 255.
Edward,

144.
Edward the Elder, King of England,

48.
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.

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English exiles in Queen Mary's time,

24, 27.
English religious refugees in Germany

and Suitzerland, 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.
Eugstedt, New, 337.
Enschedé, J. A., xvii.
Epernon, 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.

Jacques, 197,
Escot, Joannes, 88.
Escotus, Joannes, 87.
Espiennes, Bas Guienne, 203, 209,

210.
Esquerelle, Esquirol, or Squirl, family

of, 353.
Esquirol, see Esquerelle.
Essex, Chapman and Andre's, map of,

51.
Este, Anne d', 92.
Eudo, the Dapifer, 48.
Eugène, Prince, 3:22.
Eure, the river, 312.
Evans, Rev. Maurice J., 330 note.
Ewerby, Lincoln, 376.
Exeter, Episcopal Registry at, 353 ;

St. Olave's Church, 353.
Exeter, French Church at, 353.
Eythorne, 199 bis.

Fauvelet du Toc, 278.
Fauvet, Pierre, 197.
Fawne, Oswald, 344.
Fayeull, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fayeule, Fayeull, Faieulle, Faieul,

Fayolle, Fayol, Faiolle, or Faiol,
Jacques, 143-145, 149-153, 155, 160,

FABER, Reginald Stanley, Hon. Secre-

176, passim.
Fayol, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fayolle, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Fenestrelle, Wurteinberg, 339 note.
Fenoulhet, family of, 471.
Ferrara, 301 ; 'heretics'at, xl.
Ferron, Ensign, 75.
Fezant, Joseph Engelbert, 346 bis.
Fiyon, Michel, 140.
Fions, Nérac, 203, 207 bis, 209, 210.
Flamands et Wallons, Quelques notes

sur les Réformées, du 16e siècle
réfugiés en Angleterre, iii, xiii,

xxxvi, 22.
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.
Florence, 299, 301,
Floris, Franz, 36.
Flotard, David, 71, 72.
Flotervel, Christian, 185.
Flourbais, 31.
Flushing, 41, 198, 199 bis, 200, 304.
Foisse,
Foncebrand, Capt., 75.
Fontaine, James, 123, 124.

Jean, 206,
Fontana, Signor, xxxviii, xl.
Fontenoy, battle of, 327.
Foreign Societies devoted to the

history of the Huguenots and other
Protestants, xvi-xix, xxxviii-xlii;
see also Huguenot Society of London,
Societies in correspondence with it,

and Marnix, Société de.
Foreigners in England, see Aliens.
Forest Gate, Essex, 431.
Foucar, A. L., xxi.

Mrs. A. L., xxi.
Fouet, Pierre, 197.
Foulk, Lieut., 75.
Fournier, Pierre, 147, 158, 197.
Fouvet, 113.
Fox, John, the martyrologist, 28, 29,

90.
Fradin, Jacques, 351.

Marie, 351.
Fraele, 316.

, 179.

tay, vi, xiii, xix, xx bis, xxiv,
xliii bis, 5, 353 bis.

Mrs. R. S., xx, xxvii.
Fabry, Sieur, 191.
Fache, E. C., xx.
Faieul, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Faienlle, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Faiol, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Faiolle, Jacques, see Fayeulle.
Falquerolles, 343.
Farcotte, 173.
Farel, Guillaume, 330.
Farnese, Alexand Duke of Parma,

22, 41, 312-311.
Faucher, Jno., 339.
Fauconer, Joannes, 88.

or

French

Walloon Protestant
Churches of the United Kingdom,
see Canterbury, Dover, Dublin,
Exeter, London, Norwich, and

Southampton.
French Protestant Hospital, 7, 357.
French Protestantism, Society for the

History of, see Français.
Frenchinan, a, at Frankfort, 89.
Fresle, Val di, 265.
Friburg, 317, 318.
Friedrichsdorf, xviii, 338.
Freidrichsthal, 339.
Friesland, natives of, in London,

334 note ; the Count of, 27.
Friquet, Elizabeth, 197.
Fromy, Claude, 169.
Fronde, Wars of the, 319, 323.
Fuentes, 266.
Fuggers, the, 296.
Fuller, Thomas, 25, 90, 91.
Fullers, 49.
Fulling-mills in Essex, 51.
Fynchæus, Joannes, 87.
Fyncheus, Joannes, 89.

Frame, 267.
Français, Société de l'Histoire du

Protestantisme, vii, xi, xvi, xvii,

xli, 7, 43, 350 note.
France, 36, 39, 167, 168 bis, 183, 191,

288-290; and the war in the Val-
telline, see Paper entitled Rohan's,
The Duc de, Relations with the
Republic of Venice, passim ; body-
guard of the Kings of, 307; declară.
tion of war by England against, in
1702, 65 ; martial law of, 310;
military leaders of, 310; persecu-
tions in, 292 ; proposed levies in, for
service under the Republic of Venice,
218-224 ; Protestant Churches of,
xvii, 67, 285; union of Piedmont
with, 335.

the Court of, despatches of the
Ambassadors of the Netherlands at,
xviii, xlii; of Venetian Ambassadors
at, 77-86, see also Suriano.

Lonis, Dauphin of, 48.
Franche Comté, 269.
Francomme, Jean, 109, 110, 111, 113,

131 bis, 131 note, 132, 133, 135 note,
137 bis, 147, 149, 172, 173 bis,
174 bis, 177, 183, 185, 187 note, 188,
189, 190 ter, 191 bis, 192 ter, 193 ter,

197, 212.
Franconia, 318, 319.
Franecken, 303,
Franeker, xvii, 42.
Frankfort-on-the-Main, 294. 295, 336,

337, 340; French church of, xix;
religious refugees at, xv, xvi, 24,
27, 86-90; Der Verein für Geschiehte

und Alterthumskunde, xli, 7.
Franne, 267 bis.
Französische Colonie, die, xli.
Frederick, the Elector, 302.
Frederiks, Dr. J. G., xviii.
Free, Rev. Richard, 5.
French, in London, 334 note, see also

London; ‘passants' through Dover,
139-192 passim ; prisoners of war,
at Canterbury, 341 note; at Dover,
168, 169, 340-342; at Plymouth,
340, 341; Protestants, see Franzö.
ische, Huguenot Society (Societies
in correspondence with it), and
Huguenots; settlements amongst
the Vaudois in Germany, 337, 339;

troops in Germany, 340.
French, foreign Protestant churches

in d, holding their services
in, when non-conformist, styled
Walloon Churches, 109-111, 215;
appeal to their 'confédération,' 128.

GABRIEL, Samuel, anıl his wife, 178.
Gachard, L. P., 30 note, 36 note, 39 note.
Gaillard, Philippe, 152.
Gallet, James, 338.
Galleys, the, Huguenots in, 69, 72.
Galloway, Earl of, see Galway.
Galway, Count Henri de Ruvigny,

Earl of, 74, 324-326, 342, 344 ; por.

trait of, facing page 324.
Gally de Gaujac (or Gaujeac), Peter

Henry, 345, 346.
Garda, Like, 266 bis.
Gardiner, Rev. F. Evelyn, 470.

Rev. Thory Gage, xx bis, xxii, 59.

Stephen, Bishop of Winchester, 91.
Garison, N., see Garrison.
Garou, Paul, 204.
Garrison, or Garison, N., 190-192.
Gatou, Samuel, 197.
Gaujac, or Gaujeac, De, see Gally.
Gaultier, Henry, 206.
Gavaudun, Agen, 204, 209, 210.
Gay, Madame, 185.
Gedouin, Lieut., 75.
Geffraj, Johannes, 89,
Genatio, Col., 260, 261.
Genel, Ester, 201, 207.
Geneva, 31, 38, 185, 189, 290, 291,

439, 440; English religious refugees
at, 89-91 ; Livre des Anglois, 91 ;
Société d'Histoire et d'Archéologie,
xli.

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