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JACKSON, John, sen., of Ellington, Hunts.:
P's opinion, 9/56, 57;
marries Paulina P, 8/585 & n. 6; 9/17, 18–19, 100 & n. 2;
marriage settlement, 9/55, 64–5;
P's father to live with, 9/212;
also, 9/61, 210, 215
JACKSON, John, jun., P's nephew and heir: vol. i, pp. xxxix, lxxi–lxxii
JACKSON, Paulina (b. Pepys), P's sister and wife of John Jackson sen.:
p's opinion etc.:
ill-natured, 1/290; 3/223; 4/3; 5/54; 8/475;
'good bodied' but 'full of freckles', 7/138;
old and ugly, 8/471;
fatter and comelier, 9/210
chron. series:
birth date recorded, 5/361 & n. 1;
servant in P's household, 1/288, 290–1, 324; 2/1, 4;
proud and idle, 2/139;
dismissed and moves to Brampton, 2/153, 16; 1/2, 167; 5/234;
P's small money gifts to, 2/172; 3/223; 5/268; 8/474;
unworthy of becoming EP's gentlewoman, 4/3, 15, 49;
father defends, 4/108;
and seeks dowry for, 4/366; 5/44;
growing old, 4/439 & n. 1;
P's hopes of marrying her off, 5/42–3, 152, 183;
plans match with Harman, 6/163–4 & n., 170; 7/15, 23, 72, 73, 81–2;
match proposed with Ensum, 7/78 & n. 2, 81–2, 86, 91, 104, 170, 405;
and with B. Gauden, 7/88–9;
P's legacy to, 7/134;
stays with P in London, 7/40, 137, 138, 140, 175;
match proposed with Hewer, 8/17;
with Cumberland, 8/118 & n. 3; 9/17;
and with Barnes, 8/261 & n. 2;
her match with Jackson, 8/539 & n. 1, 585; 9/16–17, 18–19, 47, 55, 56, 58, 61, 64–5;
P provides dowry, 9/16–17, 19, 56, 61, 97;
marriage, 9/79, 100, 108;
to live at Ellington, 9/211, 212, 293;
pregnant, 9/553 & n. 4;
social:
at Twelfth Night party, 1/10;
christening, 2/125;
Woolwich, 7/142;
Islington, 7/149, 167;
and Hinchingbrooke, 8/471–2;
also, 2/40, 54, 160; 3/219; 4/313; 7/169, 172, 174
JACKSON, [?Stephen], merchant: 6/164
JACKSON, [J]; 2/148
JACOB, Sir John, Customs farmer: 3/188 & n. 3
JACOB'S:
JACOMBE, [Thomas], Rector of St Martin-infra-Ludgate:
friendship with Jane Turner, 3/30
JAGGARD, [Abraham], merchant:
victualling business, 5/53;
country house, ib. & n. 3;
at Gauden's, 7/29;
builds house in Thames St, 9/124 & n. 1;
~ his wife [Sarah], 5/53(2), 54
JAMAICA:
ships to, 2/6 & n. 3;
new Governor sails to, 3/52, 62–3 & nn.;
returns, 4/41 & n. 4;
its capture (1655), 3/115; 4/376 & n. 2;
privateers at, 8/75 & n. 1;
also, 2/56; 3/52
JAMAICA HOUSE, Bermondsey:
see Gardens; Taverns etc.
JAMES I, of Great Britain: monopolies 3/159 & n. 2;
coinage, 4/148;
Mennes's memories of, 6/127;
privy purse expenditure, 8/324, 331 & n. 2
JAMES, Duke of Cambridge:
see Stuart
JAMES, Duke of York, Lord High Admiral:
character:
independence, 4/116;
industry, 4/367; 5/21 & n. 2, 167, 185–6;
'like to be a noble prince', 5/21;
courage and modesty, 5/170–1;
good judgement, 7/93–4;
unpopularity, 4/24;
neglects business for pleasure, 7/320, 323, 350
personal appearance etc.:
'very plain' in nightshirt, 2/79;
adopts periwig, 4/360; 5/49;
'better' after voyage, 5/339;
adopts King's new fashion, 7/320–1;
health: ague, 5/249;
smallpox, 8/522(2), 524, 526, 527, 551, 565, 575;
venereal disease (rumour), 6/60;
also, 9/155
pg 144chron. series:
: quarrels with King (1656), 8/431 & n. 1;
returns from exile, 1/131, 152(2), 154, 157, 158, 162, 166;
meets Princess Henrietta from France, 1/242, 243, 252;
birthday, 2/195; 9/328, 329;
visits Portsmouth, 3/80 & n. 4, 122; 4/24;
meets Queen Mother in Downs, 3/139, 140;
visits Bath, 4/287, 288, 321;
leaves London in Plague, 6/172; 7/24, 34;
visits Greenwich Palace, 7/38;
and Audley End, 7/68, 71; 9/325
naval administration:
general:
appointed Admiral of Kingdom, 1/143 & n. 1;
profits, 4/195;
Instructions to Navy Board and dockyards, 3/23–4 & n., 100; 6/336 & n. 2; 9/282, 525;
abstract of, 3/148 & n. 1;
orders revival of meetings with Board, 3/184;
arrangements during absence at sea, 5/315 & n. 1; 6/58 & n. 2;
fears parliamentary criticism, 8/510; 9/83, 280, 370;
encourages reform of Board and yards, 9/253, 258–9, 267, 280–3 passim, 286, 287, 289–93 passim & n., 295, 304, 306, 308, 309, 312, 314, 321, 338, 349, 360, 370, 374, 377, 444, 445, 519, 521, 523–6 passim; jealous of his authority, 9/256, 350 & n. 2;
answers criticisms of Board, 9/290, 291–2 & n.;
rumour of replacement by commission, 9/278 & n. 5, 279, 347 & n. 2
relations with p [see also Clerk of the Acts]: regard for, 3/47, 302; 4/194, 196; 5/65, 75; 6/61(2), 61–2, 64, 65; 7/26, 31, 39; 9/375, 407, 415, 418–19, 445; 447;
commends to Sandwich, 3/215–16;
praises memorandum on pursers, 7/27, 28, 106;
and on victualling, 7/216–17 & n.;
lends navy MS., 7/50 & n. 3; 9/501 & n. 2;
praises parliamentary speech, 9/105;
P petitions for grant of Maybolt, 8/115–16, 455, 464–5 & n., 477–8;
and for long leave, 9/222, 275–6, 556(2) & n. 1, 558, 560;
also, 4/369; 5/125; 9/506, 529, 541;
~ admires EP, 9/515
appointment of officials:
views on officials' profits, 4/331–2;
on merchants in public service, 5/300;
on trading by Principal Officers, 8/231; 9/355, 358, 399;
on appointments of merchants to Board, 9/507;
advised about appointments by Coventry and P, 9/506; 'bears with' Anabaptist as Navy Office clerk, 4/135 & n. 2, 140;
approves of 'fanatic' as Commissioner, 5/350;
of P as Surveyor-General of Victualling, 6/280; 7/28;
and of new posts of assistant to Mennes, 7/413, 421;
and physician-general, 7/79 & n. 1;
rewards B. St Michel, 8/15, 18–19;
loyalty to 'old servants', 9/317;
his nominee rejected by King, 9/349–50;
suspends Anglesey, 9/310, 340–1 & n., 345;
critical of Anglesey's successors, 9/410, 445, 447, 512;
approves of Middleton, 9/543, 545;
also, 8/301; 9/128
chatham chest:
orders enquiry, 3/174 & n. 5, 179
contracts and tenders: 5/300–1, 303; 8/114
financial business [mostly with Navy Board]:
receives report on navy's debts, 2/154;
asks for statement on, 2/240 & n. 1;
discusses use of Dunkirk money, 3/265;
enquires about bills, 6/336 & n. 2;
discusses supply, 7/43, 313; 8/112; 9/101, 530;
receives complaints of shortages, 7/123, 307, 311–13, 331, 339, 349, 377; 8/62–3, 67, 392; 9/115;
and detailed statements, 8/138 & n. 2, 140, 141; 9/125 & n. 1;
asks for statement-9/216, 220 & n. 2;
Exchequer certificates, 9/149, 150, 152, 153;
flag-officers' pensions, 9/257 & n. 2, invites Board to lend to government, 8/399 & n. 5;
authorises Brouncker's issue of tickets, 9/69;
judicial/disciplinary business:
Field's case, 3/64;
adjudicates, 7/93–4, 380;
Carkesse's case, 8/101, 103;
punishes Jennens, 9/430;
court-martials, 9/498, 511
royal fishery:
nominated Governor, 5/79;
attends meetings, 5/198, 262, 315, 341
shipping:
inspects wreck, 1/313, 315; 8/67; 9/494;
setting out/calling in ships, 2/127, 128; 3/119 & n. 3; 5/155, 156, 168, 262, 287 & n. 2; 7/102, 154; pg 1458/485; 9/222, 251, 510, 513;
laying up ships after war, 8/357 & n. 1, 374, 419 & n. 1, 448, 460–1;
visiting/inspecting ships, 4/103; 7/38, 168;
building/launching ships, 5/75, 110, 306, 353; 6/169, 170; 7/119, 127, 193, 201;
Heemskerck's design, 9/171;
sale of prize ships, 8/485
supernumeraries: 9/350–1 & n.
surveys: 7/316
misc. business:
striking flag, 2/222 & n. 3;
Navy Officers' lodgings, 3/66;
marine insurance, 4/397
attendance at meetings with navy board:
business unspecified, 3/192, 203, 229, 236, 252, 272, 277, 282; 4/3, 4, 17, 25, 31, 43, 70, 74–5, 83, 88, 102, 106, 113, 123, 132, 133, 177, 192, 198, 216, 260, 269, 278, 330, 340, 369, 383, 401, 407, 417–18, 427; 5/4, 11, 18, 26, 49, 70, 82, 111, 131, 138, 151, 183, 190, 228, 235, 268, 274, 286–7, 293, 342, 349, 356; 6/1, 6, 13, 19, 22, 34, 39, 44, 51, 55, 56, 131, 140; 7/47, 61, 71, 84, 90, 96, 109, 115, 125, 130, 150, 155, 162, 173, 183, 231, 239, 247, 256, 265, 284, 289, 316, 348, 358, 391, 397; 8/1, 9, 25, 41, 57, 109, 131, 142, 164, 169, 198, 204–5, 230, 251, 340, 356, 384, 403, 413, 424, 431, 444, 482, 491, 565, 575, 581, 594, 9/17, 21, 106, 112, 156, 173, 178, 190, 198, 199, 246, 258, 262, 263, 267, 280, 330, 335, 349, 359, 369, 376, 383, 391, 396, 406, 419, 422, 454, 470, 506, 522, 544, 553–4, 559;
fails to attend: because hunting: 3/198, 247, 260; 4/167; 7/136–7, 228, 388;
for other reasons: 4/204, 213, 360; 5/77, 220; 7/105; 8/403, 551; 9/14
as naval commander:
chron. series:
learns seamanship, 1/125;
views on ship design etc., 5/75;
voyage to France, 2/122;
takes command on Royal Charles (1664), 5/286–7, 291, 311, 313, 315, 316, 318;
returns, 5/336, 339;
takes command on Prince (1665), 6/51, 57, 64, 65, 86;
returns to Harwich, 6/99, 104;
in Battle of Lowestoft, 6/116, 121, 122, 135;
returns, 6/125, 126, 128;
parliamentary concern over his safety, 6/138–9 & n., 267;
at sea again, 6/143, 146;
voted gift by Commons, 6/281 & n. 2, 291;
lampooned in Second advice to a painter, 7/407;
parliamentary enquiry into failure to pursue Dutch after Battle of Lowestoft, 8/489 & n. 1, 491–2 & n.;
his part in decision to divide fleet (1666), 9/74;
low view of French conduct of 1666 campaign, 7/327–8;
rumour of his taking command (1667), 8/41–2;
his plans for 1667 campaign, 8/97–8 & n.;
criticised, 8/306;
orders fortification of dockyards, 8/84, 115 & n. 2, 125 & n. 2, 126–7 & n., 171, 173;
his part in defence of Medway, 8/256, 263, 264, 298;
his respect for Dutch seamanship in Medway, 8/358, 359;
at Harwich, 8/317 & n. 4, 324, 328;
intends to go to sea (1668), 9/140;
instructions to Allin, 9/273 & n. 1;
his share in prize-money, 9/290 & n. 1;
marine regiment disbanded, 9/347, 351 & n. 1;
relations with subordinate commanders:
prefers old to new, 3/122 & n. 3;
concern for discipline, 5/131; 7/212 & n. 1;
supports/praises Sandwich, 2/169; 6/127, 134; 9/244;
hostile to, 3/121, 122; 5/133; 7/262;
commends Teddeman and Harman, 7/154;
differences with Albemarle over commanders, 7/163 & n. 1, 222, 314–15, 334;
concern for good appointments, 9/39–40;
loses control over during war, 9/39–40, 76;
with King adjudicates in dispute, 9/107;
insists on Penn having command, 9/131;
new instructions to commanders, 9/547, 549, 563;
also, 5/207
tangier:
appointed to committee, 3/238;
efficiency on, 5/167, 185–6;
map of, 3/37;
favours Irish regiment, 3/204; 5/345;
objects to treatment of Portuguese, 5/239;
criticises Belasyse, 8/61;
agrees to reform of government, 8/160;
other business: ship hire, 6/27;
treasurership, 6/59, 60;
victualling, 7/156, 296;
money, 9/14–15;
mole, 9/199;
paymaster of garrison, pg 1469/418, 422;
unspecified, 3/272, 282, 300; 4/4; 5/177, 223; 6/58, 134; 7/82, 166, 321; 8/60–1, 347, 459, 521, 591, 600; 9/135, 316, 449
military career:
in Flanders (1658): 5/170–1 & n.; 6/302; 8/75;
reminiscences, of, 9/396;
rumoured appointment to new army, 3/15 & n. 2; 6/277 & n. 2, 302; 7/395;
and as general of land and sea forces, 6/321 & n. 1;
commands troops during Fire, 7/269, 271, 273;
favours standing army, 8/355, 361, 366–7;
reviews troops, 4/216–17 & n.; 9/308, 557 & n. 1;
Governor of Portsmouth, 2/199 & n. 2;
Lord Warden of Cinque Ports, 9/280 & n. 4
other public work:
patron of R. African Company, 1/258; 4/335; 5/11; 9/350;
and of E. India Company, 2/228;
profits from wine licences, 9/132 & n. 1, 319 & n. 1;
low opinion of new Council of Trade, 9/549 & n. 2
politics [see also below, Court]:
general:
favours papists, 2/38;
prefers Irish to English subordinates, 5/345;
fears/resents Monmouth's claims, 3/238, 290, 303 & n. 1; 4/123, 138; 5/21, 58; 7/411; 8/434;
advises tax by prerogative, 8/292–3;
favours government by army on French model, 8/332;
political news from, 5/13; 8/186, 384; 9/173–4, 310
relations with king and ministers:
attitude to Clarendon's dismissal, 8/406, 409, 410 & n. 1, 412, 414, 416, 419, 420, 424, 476, 506;
power reduced by, 8/434, 597;
relations with King deteriorate, 8/431, 480, 482, 530, 532, 535, 558, 596, 602;
improve, 8/568; 9/153;
fears Clarendon's impeachment, 8/518;
rumours of his own impeachment, 8/532, 533–4;
reconciled with Coventry, 9/79, 336;
power weakened by Buckingham's rise, 9/340, 341, 361, 373, 472, 550–1, 558;
relations improve, 9/319, 490–1
as privy councillor:
discusses state of navy, 7/311–13;
money for navy, 7/377; 8/112; 9/216, 220;
flag-officers' pensions, 9/257 & n. 2;
attends cabinet meetings, 8/117, 138, 600;
other council meetings, 7/26, 353; 8/111; 9/87, 122
parliament:
candidate defeated, 7/337 & n. 2;
attends Lords, 7/406; 8/46; 9/176;
opposes recall, 8/292–3 & n.;
members attend on, 8/477;
instructions to friends, 8/482
foreign affairs:
relations with Algiers, 3/121–2 & n.; 9/473, 516;
favours Dutch war, 5/107, 111, 212, 242, 355;
warns Dutch ambassador, 5/264 & n. 4;
favours French alliance, 9/536;
also, 8/452
court:
reconciled to Queen-Mother, 2/2–3 & n.;
association with Fitzharding and Muskerry, 4/116; 5/345;
dislike of E. Mountagu of Boughton, 5/207;
laughs at Sir R. Howard, 9/190–1;
chides Bab May, 9/336–7;
fears King may marry F. Stuart, 8/438;
allies with Lady Castlemaine, 9/417;
resents disgrace of H. Savile, 9/466, 469, 493;
dines in public, 4/407; 8/161;
attends Garter ceremony, 8/177; 9/246;
and court balls, 3/300–01; 7/372;
drunk at Cranbourne, 8/446–7;
also, 3/191
marriage [for his mistresses, see Carnegie, Lady; Chesterfield, Lady; Churchill, Arabella; Denman, Lady; Hamilton, Lady Anne; Stuart, Frances]: rumours of, 1/260–1 & n., 273, 275, 284 & n. 1, 315, 319;
publicly acknowledged, 1/320; 2/1;
the ceremony, 2/40–1 & n.;
dalliance with wife, 4/4;
her jealousy, 4/138;
his mistresses, 8/6, 286;
henpecked (nicknamed 'Tom Otter'), 8/368 & n. 2; 9/342;
marriage said to have 'undone the nation', 8/367;
alluded to: 7/261; 8/287
family [see also Stuart]: children, 4/238, n. 1;
untroubled by death of son Charles, 2/95 & n. 1;
plays with daughter, Princess Mary, 5/268;
religion:
friend of Catholics, 2/38; 'silly devotions', 9/163–4;
attends Whitehall chapel, 3/42; 4/31, 401
sports [for his yacht, see Ships: Anne]: plays pell-mell, 2/64; 9/542;
hunts, 3/76, 198, 247, 260; 4/167, 192; 7/136–7, 228, 388; 8/382, 446–7; pg 1479/442, 443, 455; 'a desperate huntsman', 4/371;
injured hunting, 7/239;
hunts thrice weekly, 7/320;
skates, 3/282;
watches footrace, 4/255;
races horses at Putney, 8/204;
visits Newmarket, 9/209, 340–1, 473
houses and household [seasonal moves from Whitehall to St James's are not indexed]:
whitehall:
Lely's portraits of flag officers to hang in chamber, 7/102 & n. 3;
dressing chamber, 8/115; 9/491;
closet burgled, 9/489 & n. 3;
little chapel, 9/163–4
st james's:
hangings, 4/217;
dressing room, 8/374;
pictures, 9/284;
P admires chamber, 8/198;
moves to for Duchess's lying-in, 6/19;
and own illness, 8/524
household:
clerk of kitchen dismissed, 3/214 & n. 1;
H. Killigrew jun. banished, 7/336–7 & n.;
H. Brouncker dismissed, 8/416, 447;
corruption/extravagance, 5/120; 7/191–2; 8/286, 287, 434;
commissioners of, 8/287; 8/592 & n. 1; 9/290;
appoints Milles chaplain, 8/241, 248;
tenants include brothel keepers, 9/132 & n. 1;
P admires 'little pretty squinting girl', 9/295
social:
entertained by Speaker, 1/174;
Sir H. Finch, 2/155 & n. 2;
Berkeley, 3/184;
and Carteret, 6/169–70;
at Hinchingbrooke's wedding, 9/51;
plays 'I love my love', 9/468–9;
at theatre, 1/171; 2/80, 164, 174; 4/431; 5/33; 7/347; 8/91, 167, 388, 487; 9/183, 398;
walks etc. in parks, 3/47, 60, 288; 8/68; 9/118, 414
misc.:
his horse Pen, 5/71;
elected Fellow of Royal Society, 6/6 & n. 1;
views ruins of St Paul's after Fire, 7/367;
rules for forecasting weather, 9/150;
recommends sauce, 9/443;
love of Navarre wine, ib.; in coach accident, 9/474
alluded to: 9/425
JAMES, porter:
news from, 1/36, 38
JAMES, Mrs [J](Aunt James):
piety, 4/164–5; 5/266;
P ashamed of neglecting, 4/163–4 & n.; 5/263;
at Brampton, 5/263, 266, 282;
breast amputated, 6/97 & n. 5;
death, 7/36;
social: 5/288, 289; 6/125, 133
JANE (Seymour), third Queen of Henry VIII (d. 1537):
JAPANNING:
see Crafts
JEFFERIES, [Thomas], apothecary, Westminster; P's kinsman: 8/517 & n. 2
JEFFERY, Francis, Lord Jeffery, editor of the Edinburgh Review (d. 1850):
opinion of Diary, vol. i, p. lxxxii
JEFFERYS, Capt. [?John]:
on Naseby, 1/166
JEFFERYS, [J]: a 'fumbler', 3/50 & n. 1
JEFFREYS, [J]: 6/65
JEGON (Jiggins), [Robert], Westminster magistrate: 3/278
JENIFER, Capt. [James], naval officer:
political gossip from, 8/118–19 & n.;
account of St James's Day Fight, 8/357–60 & nn.
[JENKINS], Eliezer (Ely), P's footboy:
hired, 1/87;
on Dutch voyage, 1/95, 96, 100, 101, 134, 135, 138, 139, 140, 143, 147;
sad to leave P's service, 1/232;
P meets again, 9/117;
also, 1/89, 233;
~ his father, 1/87, 233
JENKINS, Leoline, kted 1670; judge of the Court of Admiralty; Secretary of State 1680–4 (d. 1685):
character, 8/131, 133;
his appointment, 8/133 & nn.;
hears prize case, 8/130–4 passim
JENKINS, [Capt. William], soldier:
killed in duel, 9/26–7 & n.
JENNENS (Jennings), Sir William, naval commander:
P's low opinion, 9/430;
courage in Four Days Fight, 7/148;
ill-government of fleet, 7/332;
quarrel with Le Neve, 7/380 & n. 2;
conduct at Gravesend criticised, 8/351, 379;
JENNINGS, [J], of the Privy Seal:
social: 1/206, 217; ?5/330
JENNINGS, [J], clerk to quartermaster of Sandwich's troop: business, 1/14;
social: 1/13; ?5/330
JENNINGS, Frances:
her prank, 6/41 & n. 1
JENNINGS, Capt. W.:
JERMYN (Germin), Henry, 1st Earl of St Albans, courtier and diplomat:
personal:
character, 1/307;
rumoured pg 148marriage to Queen Mother, 3/263 & n. 3, 303; 5/57–8 & n.; 8/564 & n. 1;
new buildings in St James's Fields, 4/295–6; 7/87–8 & n.;
dress, 7/328;
reckless gamester, 8/190 & n. 2;
fine coach, 8/196;
public career:
ambassador to France, 1/300, 307;
rumoured appointment as Lord Treasurer, 3/227;
negotiations with France, 8/107 & n. 1; 9/530 & n. 2, 536;
also, 2/33; 8/294
social: 2/32; 4/229
JERMYN, Henry, Master of the Horse to the Duke of York; cr. Baron Dover 1685:
rumoured marriage to Princess Dowager, 1/320;
duel, 3/170–1;
attempt at abduction, 5/58 & n. 2;
at sea with Rupert, 5/311;
affair with Lady Castlemaine, 8/366, 368;
wealth, 8/196, 563–4;
also, 9/473;
~ his brother [Thomas], 8/563–4
JERSEY, Channel Is.:
Carteret's government during Civil War, 3/243 & n. 2; 4/195, 306;
Sir T. Allin's flight to (1650), 8/161 & n. 4
JERVAS (Gervas), [Richard], barber, New Palace Yard:
trims P, 1/90; 4/130, 290;
his man hired for Dutch voyage, 1/90;
P inspects periwigs, 4/130, 290, 350; 5/224; 6/74;
other visits, 5/246, 257, 260, 267–8, 275; 287, 316, 332, 340; 6/1, 6, 9, 16; 8/177;
supplies infested periwig, 8/133, 146;
sees diving experiment, 5/268–9;
~ his wife [Grace], 4/261–2; 5/268–9; 6/6, 16;
child [Ann] buried, 5/221;
mother-in-law, [J] Palmer, ventriloquist, 4/261–2
JESSOP, [William], Clerk of the House of Commons 1660:
'an old-fashion man of Cromwell's', 9/44;
parliamentary business, 1/29; 2/32 & n. 3;
secretary to Brooke House Committee, 9/30 & n. 1, 44, 298
JESUITS, the:
Leopold I's reliance on, 4/350 & n. 2
JEWEN ST:
Deb Willet lodges in, 9/543;
also, 9/332, 520(2)
[JEWKES, Roland], lawyer:
JEWS:
P attends synagogue, 4/335 & nn.;
story of new Messiah, 7/47 & n. 4
JIGGINS:
see Jegon
JIJELLI (Gigery), Algeria; captured by French, 5/295 & n. 1
JOHN GEORGE II, Elector of Saxony 1656–80:
made Knight of Garter, 9/246 & n. 2
JOHNSON, [Henry], shipbuilder, Blackwall:
story of petrified trees, 6/236 & n. 4;
repairs ships, 8/135;
social: 1/280
JOHNSON, Mrs [J], servant to Sandwich: 1/38
JOHNSON, Mrs [J], sister of Lady Mordaunt: 9/476 & n. 5
JOLLIFFE (Jolly), [George], physician: 4/60 & n. 3
JOLLIFFE, [John], merchant: 5/300
JONES, Anne, of St Olave's parish:
social: 7/136; 8/29, 104, 150; 9/197
[JONES, John]:
elected M.P. for London, 2/57 & n. 1
JONES, Col. John, republican:
impeached, 1/34 & n. 2
JONES; Col. [Philip], parliamentarian:
influence over R. Cromwell, 1/180 & n. 4;
~ his son, 2/34 & n. 2, 56
JONES, Sir Theophilus, Scoutmaster-General of Ireland 1661–d.85: 2/173
JONES, [J], a young merchant: 8/76
JORDAN, Joseph, kted 1665, naval commander:
in Battle of Lowestoft, 6/122;
serves under Penn, 6/147;
at council of war, 6/230;
poor tactics in St James's Day Fight, 8/354 & n. 3, 357–60;
portrait by Lely, 7/102 & n. 3
JORDAN, Mrs [J] [?Mary, wife of Joseph]: as godmother, 2/109
JOURNAL:
see Diary
JOWLES, Lieut. [Henry], naval officer:
P's low opinion, 4/229; 5/1;
marriage to Rebecca Allen, 4/229 & n. 1;
challenges his captain to duel, 8/140–1;
~ his mother, 4/227
JOWLES, Rebecca (b. Allen), wife of Henry:
P admires, 2/68, 71, 72; 5/1;
dallies with, 9/495, 497;
married, 4/229 & n. 1;
churched, 4/227;
pleads for husband, 5/1; 8/140–1;
social: 2/69, 125, 126, 127; 3/153;
~ her pretty cousin, 9/497
JOWLES, Capt. [Valentine], naval officer:
commissioned, 1/100;
gift to P, ib.
pg 149JOYCE, family of: rich and proud, 1/66;
P to keep in with, 4/265;
social: 1/205, 266; 4/100
JOYCE, Anthony, tallow-chandler and innkeeper:
chron. series:
child dies, 2/2;
quarrels with P, 2/172;
to find wife for Tom P, 3/16–17;
and husband for Paulina P, 6/163–4, 170; 7/23, 72, 73, 81(2);
supplies tallow, 3/68–9, 96 & n. 2, 111;
gives up business, 5/347; 7/16–17;
house burnt in Fire, 7/277;
other losses, 7/286, 293, 396;
turns to innkeeping, 7/396, 398; 8/586 & n. 1; 9/32;
borrows money from P to rebuild house, 8/586 & n. 1; 9/9, 16–17;
drowns himself, 9/32–3, 40;
burial, 9/34, 36;
inquest, 9/49, 78;
estate in danger, 9/33–4 & nn.;
also, 5/81, 110–13 passim, 126
social:
christening party, 5/222;
dines with/visits P, 1/29; 2/2; 3/62; 5/263, 265, 266, 273; 6/125; 7/157–8; 8/447–8;
P/EP visit(s), 5/228; 7/169;
also, 4/232, 265; 5/55, 85
alluded to: 3/77; 5/?250, 268, 280
JOYCE, Katherine (Kate), wife of Anthony; P's cousin:
a bad wife, 1/324;
young and pretty, 9/124;
falls from horse, 1/57;
has convulsions, 1/129; 3/77;
ill, 6/152;
visits Brampton, 5/263, 266, 268, 273, 282;
at Windsor, 6/174; 7/286;
consulted by P about husband for Paulina P, 7/23;
seeks place for husband, 7/16–17, 286;
weary of innkeeping, 7/396;
asks for loan, 9/9;
P helps to secure husband's estate, 9/32–5 passim & nn., 43, 47, 49, 78;
her sorrow, 9/40;
consults P about pay ticket, 9/110, 257;
gives up house, 9/110;
remarries, 9/124, 125, 127, 195, 257–8;
also, 5/112, 113, 227; 7/36; 8/264;
social: steward at christening party, 4/264–5;
dines with/visits P, 1/29; 6/86, 125; 7/157–8; 8/442, 448, 586;
at theatre, 5/288–9; 8/450;
also, 1/206; 3/68; 5/85; 6/128;
alluded to: 7/72;
~ her children: child dies, 2/2;
child christened, 2/125; 5/200, 222
JOYCE, Mary, wife of William; P's cousin:
unhappily married, 1/324; 2/6; 4/417; 5/228–9; 7/169;
expecting child, 4/202;
visits imprisoned husband, 5/111, 112;
visits Brampton, 5/266, 268, 273, 282;
also, 7/36;
social: son's christening party, 4/264–5;
dines with/visits P, 1/29; 6/125; 7/157–8; 8/448; 9/271;
at theatre, 5/284, 288–9;
also, 3/68
JOYCE, [William, sen.], father of Anthony and William: 5/113
JOYCE, William, jun., tallow-chandler:
character:
good-natured, 4/63–4;
good company, 5/298
chron. series:
unhappily married, 2/6; 4/417; 5/228–9; 7/158, 169;
quarrels with father-in-law, 2/45, 158–9;
recommends cookmaid to EP, 2/173, 176;
to find wife for Tom P, 3/16;
and housekeeper, 5/81;
P buys goods from, 3/36; 7/425;
business prospers, 7/396, 398;
attempts to have Lady Petre arrested for debt, 5/109 & n. 3, 110;
committed by Lords for contempt, 5/110–13 passim; makes submission, 5/126, 128;
P's help in affair, 5/109–10, 110, 111, 125, 127, 133;
also, 5/?250, 280; 9/111
social:
dines with/visits P, 1/239; 2/2, 174, 179, 196, 237; 3/62, 82; 5/263, 265, 273; 6/125; 7/36;
P/EP visit(s), 5/282; 6/121; 7/172;
accompanies P to Stevenage, 5/233–4;
and Brampton, 5/294, 295, 298
alluded to: 2/160, 194; 3/269
~ children:
Samuel, 4/265;
unnamed sons, 5/111, 233; 9/271;
cousin, 3/82
JOYCE:
JUAN, Don of Austria, bastard son of Philip IV of Spain (d. 1679):
conduct at Battle of Ameixial, 4/198 & n. 2, 202–3;
false report of death, 4/210 & n. 2, 220
JUSTICE, administration of [see also Burglary etc.; Clerk of the Acts: business, judicial/disciplinary; Law and Order, offences against; Westminster Hall; Prisons]:
general:
shortage of cases, 4/170;
pg 150magistrates allegedly puritan, 5/96–7;
use of Latin in proceedings, 7/114 & n. 2
courts:
admiralty:
revived, 4/76 & n. 2;
prize cases, 8/123 & n. 1, 130 & n. 2, 133–6 passim, 181, 231 & n. 2
arches, court of:
in St Mary-le-Bow church, 4/33 & n. 3;
proceedings concerning Robert P's will, ib.; dispute between Bishop and Dean of Lichfield, 9/45 & n. 2
assizes, commissions of oyer et terminer etc.:
trial of regicides, 1/263 & nn.;
story of attack on judge (1631), 8/428–9 & n.;
alluded to: Cambridge, 2/145, 146; 8/484 & n. 2;
Huntingdon, 2/145, 148;
Maidstone, 3/137
chancery [for P's dispute with Trices, see Trice, T; Pepys, Robert]:
Court of Wards, 1/48;
in Rolls Chapel, 1/50;
in Worcester House, 5/203–4, 205;
P hears cases, 1/48(2) & nn., 50; 5/205;
Lord Keeper Coventry's decrees, 7/261 & nn.;
fees, 8/219;
P takes oath, 9/340;
bar alluded to, 9/104
coroners' inquests: 9/49, 78
court merchant (Tangier): 8/459 & n. 2
exchequer:
P swears affidavit, 1/48;
Lord Mayor sworn in, 7/346;
commission of rebellion, 4/51 & n. 1;
writ of distraint, 9/535 & n. 4
fire court:
established, 7/357 & n. 2; 9/23 & n. 1;
house of lords [for details, see Parliament]:
P attends trials, 1/225 & n. 3; 5/139–40 & n.;
king's bench:
trials: Sir H. Vane, jun., 3/103–4 & n., 116;
Sedley and others, 4/209–10 & nn.;
fraud, 4/401–4 passim; 'Col.' Turner, 5/18–19 & n.;
manorial [for details, see under places]:
P attends at Graveley, 2/181–2;
at Brampton, 3/222, 223; 4/308–9; 5/281, 282, 298
prerogative court of canterbury: 2/160 & n. 1
quarter-sessions:
city of London: trials, 4/294 & n. 3; 8/316 & n. 1; 319–21 & nn.;
alluded to, 9/382;
Middlesex: trials, 3/?34 & n. 2, ?35–6; 5/58 & n. 3
penalties [omitting fines, imprisonment and passing references to executions]:
execution:
by burning, alluded to, 4/144 & n. 1;
use of silk ropes, 4/60 & n. 1;
corpse on gallows, 2/72–3 & n.;
executions witnessed by P/EP: of Barkstead and others, 3/66–7 & n.;
and 'Col.' Turner, 5/23 & nn.;
mutilation:
alleged case of, 8/428–9 & n.
pillory:
in Holland, 1/146–7 & n.;
apprentices in, 5/99, 101;
alluded to: 5/128–9
torture:
possible use, in treason case, 3/237
JUXON, William, Archbishop of Canterbury 1660–3:
death, 4/173 & n. 2;
lies in state, 4/188, 214, 217;
rebuilds hall at Lambeth Palace, 6/164 & n. 2;
~ his executor, 9/163 & n. 6
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