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Rabett, Reginald, sheriff of Suffolk, 418, 447.

Radclyffe, Charles, 3rd son of 2nd earl of Derwentwater, proposed application to parliament, on behalf of, 299, 485.

-, James, 3rd earl of Derwentwater, 299, 485.

Radnor county, 86, 209, 392, 494, 548, 564.

-, justices of, 573.

-, Receivers-General, 394, 430, 530, 567, 624.

-, stamp distributor for, 1, 64, 86, 152.

Rae, (Ray), John, Surveyor General of Customs S.W. Scotland, 41, 42, 148; Riding Officer from Carlisle to Whitehaven, 26, 86, 149, 563.

Raisins (see Denia, Alicante, Smyrna), customs frauds in, 304.

Ramsden, Thomas, a clerk in Lord Harrington's office, 168.

Ramsholt (Suffolk), 565.

Ranby, John, surgeon to the Royal Household, 127, 202, 278, 614.

Randall (Randle), John, 77, 124, 627.

-, (Randle), Robert, 625.

-, (Randel), William, 146, 456, 457.

Randolph, Edward, 68, 336, 386, 469, 473, 538.

Ranelagh, Earl of. See Jones, Richard.

Rant, Meaux, 368.

Raper, Matthew, 68.

Ratcliffe, Alexander, 615.

Rates on parishes, 294.

Rathborne, John, 471.

Rating unrated goods, 368.

Ratio. See Silver.

Ratkiller to his Majesty. See Royal Ratkiller.

Ravenglass (Cumberland), 284.

Raveningham (Norfolk), 566.

Ravenscroft, Thomas, 84.

Rawlings, Sir Benjamin, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 601.

Rawlins, Peter, 630.

Rawlinson. See Rollinson.

Ray. See Rae.

Raymond, Jonas, sheriff of Kent, 596.

Raynard, alias Nelson, John, 277.

Rayner, Charles, 284.

Rayney, Henry, 66, 73.

Read. See Reed.

Reader, Benjamin, 439.

Reay, Lord. See Mackay George.

Rebellion, 1641, Ireland, 87.

-, 1715, 194.

Receipt, Auditor of. See Exchequer (Receipt).

Receiver-General of Customs. See Customs.

-, of the Post Office. See Post Office.

-, of Scotland. See Crown Rents.

-, of Stamps. See Stamps.

-, and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners. See Gentlemen.

Receivers and Cashiers of Revenue, Scotland, debts from, 14, 72.

Receivers of Crown Rents, England. See Crown Revenues.

Receivers-General of land tax and house duties for the counties [see House Duties], 2, 21, 25, 26, 46, 382, 629, and see under each county separately.

-, -, appointment of (including petitions, sureties, and commissions), 21, 25, 77, 79, 80, 145 [House], 150, 215, 219, 220, 222, 226, 286, 288, 314, 330, 333, 334, 383, 386, 457, 487, 549, 550, 555.

-, -, arrears of, 21, 25, 96, 169, 334, 498, 499.

-, -, bonds of, officer for, Payne, G.

-, -, conduct money. See Conduct money.

-, -, change of sureties. See Sureties.

-, -, cost of commissions, &c., 49, 51.

-, -, of marriages. See Marriages.

-, -, method of finishing accounts and recovering arrears, 25, 27.

-, -, -, -, remittances from, 488.

-, -, poundage, 26, 51.

-, -, respites on, 507.

-, -, special allowance, 377, 430, and see Land tax.

-, -, supers on account of. See Exchequer Court (Ipsums).

Recognisances. See Estreated.

Record Office. See Records (Tower).

Records. See Godolphin, S.; Exchequer (England receipt deputy Chamberlain) Rolls, Master of.

-, books and papers of the Auditor of Wales, 87,

-, in Chapter House, 121; keeper of (see Lawton, J.); payments for methodising, &c see Lawton, J.

-, of classis lottery. See Lotteries.

-, of Court of Requests, 11, 32, 53, 60.

-, of Court of Wards and Liveries, 11, 32, 53, 60, 164, 174, 188, 202, 305, 342, 353, 475, 524.

-, in Exchequer Court, 481; payments for methodising (see Lawton, John; Ballow, H., Farley, A.); quarterly reports on, 11, 32, 52, 53, 59, 60, 164, 174, 188, 202, 305, 342, 353, 475, 524; sorting and ordering, 100, 118.

-, Forest Rolls. See Forest.

-, Forfeited Estates, England. See Forfeited.

-, Rooms. See Exchequer auditor.

-, in Six Clerks office. See Six clerks (office).

-, in Star Chamber, 11, 32, 52, 59, 60, 164, 174, 188, 202, 305, 342, 353, 475, 524.

-, in State Paper office. See Whitehall Palace.

-, in Tower in Csar's chapel, &c., 258; transmission of records to, 296; keeper of, Polhill, D.; deputy keeper of, Holmes, George; clerk of records in chancery, 296; sorting of, 428, Polhill, D; chief clerk for, Holmes, G.; record office, 323.

-, in Treasury Office Books, &c., 12, 29; sorting of books, memorials, and papers (see Fane Henry), 104, 115, 133, 143.

Recusants, fines and seizures of, 414, 595.

Reddall, Richard, 63, 64, 99, 383, 386, 457, 550.

Redemption (financial). See South Sea Company, Equivalent Company, Bank of England.

-, of captives from Barbary (see Solicoffre, J. L.), subscriptions for, 28, 35, 40, 47, 48, 356.

-, -, Treaty for, 47, 48.

Reduced officers' pensions to widows. See Army (pensions).

Reduction of rum and brandy to proof. See Rum.

-, -, gold in 1717. See Gold.

Reed makers (foreign) employed in Scotland, 170, 467.

Reed (Read, Reade, Reid), Alexander, 449.

-, (Read), Charles, 154, 456.

-, -, George, 584.

-, James (Glasgow), 282.

-, John, 147, 152, 451, 631, 633.

-, (Read), Rev. John, 418.

-, (Reede), Richard, 70.

-, (Reade), Thomas, of the Board of Greencloth, 537,

-, -, -, sheriff of Hereford, 596, 615.

-, William, Consul General at Tripoli, 103, 119, 132, 141, 246, 261, 400, 417, 425, 579, 590, 608, 614; extras to as, 243, 272, 441, 609.

Reeve, Thomas, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 248, 283, 285, 418.

Reeves, Mary, pension, 521.

Rees, John, 459, 625, 629.

Refunding (re-imbursing, remitting, repaying), taxes, 80, 82, 85, 90, 221, 225, 229, 373, 380, 381, 385, 387, 548, 554, 557, 559, 560.

Regent of the kingdom. See Queen Caroline.

Regiments. See Ireland, Army, Independent Companies.

-, moved from Scotland to Ireland, 252, 253.

-, subsistence money for. See Subsistence money.

-, Dragoons, 207, 217, 245, 536, 540.

-, Guards in Savoy Barracks, 187.

-, Foot Guards, 294, 307, 346, 533, 536, 589.

-, -, -, First Regiment of, 307, 361, 375, 412.

-, -, -, Coldstream Regiment, 307, 361, 412.

-, -, -, Third Regiment of, 307, 371, 412.

-, Horse Guards, 640; drummers of, livery for, 375.

-, -, -, 1st troop of, 371, 380.

-, -, -, 2nd troop of, 79, 375, 533.

-, -, -, 3rd troop of, 211, 373.

-, -, -, 4th troop of, 361, 375.

-, Horse Grenadier Guards, 1st troop of, 371; livery for drummers and bandboys of, 371; 2nd troop, same for same of, 375.

-, King's Regiment of Dragoons, 245, 376.

-, Queen's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 245.

-, Royal North British, 3.

-, Royal regiment, 3, 339, 345.

-, -, -, of North British Fusiliers, 84.

-, -, -, -, -, -, Dragoons, 382.

-, -, -, of Horse, 91; livery for trumpeters, &c., of, 375.

-, See Albemarle, Earl of; Argyll, Duke of; Ashburnham, Earl of; Barrell, Major-General; Bissett; Bragg, Col.; Bowles, P.; Campbell, John; Campbell, Brigadier-General; Cadogan, Lord; Cathcart, Lord; Churchill, Brigadier; Cope, John; Cornwallis, Col.; Dormer, Lieut.-General; Dalzell, Lieut.-General; Dunmore, Earl of; Duckett, W.; Effingham, Earl of; Evans, Lieut.-General; Fielding, Colonel; Gore, Lieut.-General; Grove, Colonel; Hawley, H.; Hargrave, Brigadier-General; Honeywood, Major-Gen.; Handasyd, Brigadier; Hinchinbroke, Lord; Harrison, Brigadier; Hamilton, Colonel; Hotham, Sir Charles; Howard, Thomas; Kerr, Brigadier; Kerr, Lord Mark; Lanoe, Colonel; Ligonire, Colonel J.; Middleton, Colonel; Montagu, Brigadier; Morris, Colonel; Moyle, John; Murray, Colonel; Orkney, Earl of; Oughton, Sir A.; Otway, Brigadier; Paget, Colonel T.; Pearce, L. G.; Pearson, Colonel; Philipps, Colonel; Pocock, Brigadier; Rich, Sir Rob.; Rothes, Earl of; Sabine; St. Clair, James; Shannon, Viscount; Sutton, Major-General; Tatton, General; Westmorland, Earl of; Wentworth, Colonel; Whetham, Lieut.-General; Wood, Sir James.

Register General of trading ships. See Ships.

-, of pamphlets. See Lunnis, T.; Pain, J.

-, of deeds of land, Ireland. See Hill, A.; Brodrick, L.

-, of forfeitures, Ireland. (See Coplestone, Thos.

-, -, certificates in Jersey. See Jersey.

-, of wool at Canterbury, Lane, Thomas; Guest, J.

-, of ships. See Ships.

Registers of public loans in offices of Auditor of the Receipt. See Dawson, J.; Cowdery, N.; Bury, H.

Reimbursing taxes. See Refunding.

Reithock. See Wreathocke.

Relief. See Dues (feudal).

Remembrancer of the Exchequer, Ireland. See Exchequer (Ireland).

-, See King's Remembrancer, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer.

Remitting taxes. See Refunding.

Removing wardrobe (see Wardrobe) in Whitehall, repairs at, 49, 89.

-, -, furniture for, 229, 384.

-, -, groom of, Whichcote, Paul.

-, -, yeoman of, Maynard, G.

Renard, Monsr. [Foreign intelligence writer], 40.

Renewal of expiring laws. See Laws expiring.

-, -, lost annuity orders. See annuity.

Rennie, James, 287.

Renwick, Thomas, 456.

Repairs. See Hyde Park, Windsor Forest, Windsor Little Park.

Repaying taxes. See Refunding.

Requests, records of Court of. See Records.

-, Court of, staircase leading into, 502, 510.

Restbridge, John, 623.

Restoration of forfeited estates. See Forfeited estates.

Retailing spirits. See Spirits.

Retour dues. See Dues (feudal).

Revell (Revel), Thomas, contractor for victualling Gibraltar, and General Oglethorpe's regiment at Georgia, 9, 23, 26, 36, 37, 65, 68, 74, 77, 80, 83, 85, 89, 93, 94, 104, 110, 111, 112, 125, 127, 134, 139, 156, 158, 171, 206, 208, 213, 219, 221, 222, 233, 244, 294, 341, 344, 364, 366, 370, 372, 382, 384, 389, 391, 393, 401, 405, 411, 415, 419, 431, 434, 437, 448, 489, 527, 533, 536, 539, 540, 543, 548, 556, 559, 561, 563, 567, 574, 581, 587, 591, 602, 604, 614, 618; a Commissioner for Victualling, 503; proposals for victualling Oglethorpe's regiment, 503, 541; contract for building victualling storehouses at Gibraltar. See Gibraltar.

Revels. See Royal revels.

Revenue Commissioners, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, agreeing accounts of branches of, 547.

-, public, making up, books of, 105, 133, 143, 247, 259, 269, 279, 408, 420, 576, 591, 605.

Reversion of estates to the Crown, 33, 300; see Buckinghamshire estates, Wakefield, J.; Rusden, K.; Lindsay, Mungo; Fielding, R.

Revolution, the (1688), 34.

Reynolds, Anthony, 450.

-, Bryan, a dragoon, 74, 226.

-, James, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, Ireland, 602.

-, James, Chief Baron of the Exchequer Court, pension to, 554, 599.

-, John, Sheriff of Suffolk, 113, 244, 260.

-, -, 626.

-, Newland, 633.

-, Richard, 284, 453.

-, Thomas, 236.

Rhine, the, 76.

Rhode Island, 5.

Rhodes, Christopher, a commissioner of Excise, Scotland, 489, 629; Comptroller of Excise, Scotland, 489, 629.

Rice bond, 87, 566.

-, drawback, &c., 493.

-, licence to ship South of Cape Finisterre, 87, 89.

-, petition concerning shipment of to Europe from the Colonies, 7.

-, proposition concerning warehousing in bond, 493.

Rice, Henry, 282.

-, Nathaniel, Secretary to North Carolina and Deputy Receiver, North Carolina, 54.

-, William, 285.

Rich, Edward, 8th Earl of Warwick, 5th Earl of Holland, pension to, 18, 41, 102, 112, 125, 135, 241, 257, 263, 276, 405, 421, 478, 570, 584, 612.

-, Lady, keeper of Bishops Brerewood Walk, Windsor Forest, 32.

-, Sir Robert, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 103, 116, 243, 257, 405, 571, 602, 613; regiment of, 207, 217,

Rich Purse, presents of, 79, 231, 538.

Richards, Michael, tidesman, 154.

-, Mr., Deputy King's waiter, 23, 78, 80.

-, Samuel, printer, 262.

-, William, a messenger of the Treasury Office, 115, 126, 158, 159; payments to for special services to his Majesty, 7, 99, 100, 103, 110, 111, 122, 134, 138.

-, -, (tidesman), 459.

Richardson, David, 152.

-, Eleazer, 455.

-, John, 429.

-, Joseph, Deputy for ordering the King's fines in Chancery, 147, 210, 256; a Commissioner in the Office of Alienations, 149; a Commissioner for Taxes, 486, 629, 630.

-, -, a clerk in Lord Harrington's office, 168.

-, Samuel, 123; printer of parliamentary bills, &c., 431.

-, Stephen, manager of the Oxford University press, 50.

-, Thomas, 73, 456.

-, William, 460.

Richmond, Countess of. See Tudor, Margaret.

-, Duke of. See Lennox, Charles.

-, 31, 81, 394.

-, Green, 392.

-, Ferry, 83, 86 (see Kew Ferry).

-, Herald. See Lane, James; Whinyates, Charles; livery for, 535.

Richmond, Honour of, office of feodary of, 89, 221, 225.

-, -, liberty of in Cambridge, Sussex, Herts, and Essex, 225.

-, King's Garden at, 506, 511, 512, 513, 523, 556; chief gardeners of. See Greening, Thomas.

-, Lodge, furniture for, 6, 160, 528, 537, 545.

-, -, King and Queen at, 127, 278, 570.

-, Manor. See Sheen.

-, New Park, 72, 184, 222, 256, 268, 368, 379, 411; deputy ranger of. Jackson, Edward.

-, Palace, ruins of, 31, 209, 217, 238, 382, 394, 827, 533.

-, Park, 175, 545.

-, -, accounts and payments, to officers of. See Walpole, Lord Robert.

-, -, hunting in, 184.

-, -, Ranger and keeper of, Robert, Lord Walpole.

-, -, repairs in, 104, 172, 189.

-, Terrace Walk, in the Deer Park, 512, 523.

-, Brooke, 290.

-, Henry, 401.

Rickaby, Robert, 450.

Ricketts, Thomas, 433.

Rickman, William, 218.

Riddell, James, 456.

Ridding (Scotland), 363.

-, Thomas, closet keeper, St. James's, 236.

Rider, Dudley. See Ryder.

Ridley, Alexander, 153.

Rieusset, John, 287.

Riga, 544, 545.

Rigail, Moses, 63.

Rigby, Captain, 346.

-, Elizabeth, 415.

-, Thomas, 285.

Riggs, Edward, a commissioner of Excise, Ireland, 287, 455; same of revenue Ireland, 287, 455.

Right (see Wright).

Rimmer, William, 626.

Rine, William, 277.

Ring. See Hyde Park.

-, Robert, 146.

Riots, 185, 236, 341, 402, 513, 514, 612.

Ripley, Thos., surveyor of the King's Private Roads and guide of his Majesty's person in all his royal progresses, 328, 444, 455, 505, 600; Comptroller of the Board of Works, 538; leases to, 358, 360, 363, 377, 380, 535, 537, 538.

Riss, Jeremiah, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 429.

Roach, James, 457.

Road, Benjamin, 615.

Roads in North Britain. See Wade, L. G., Caulfield, Wm., Highlands.

-, His Majesty's private roads. See Royal roads.

Roanoke, North Carolina, 150.

Robe Room, House of Lords. See Lords, House of.

Robe, Samuel, tidesman, 148, 449.

-, Thomas, clerk of the market of the King's Household, 50, 54, 137, 176.

Roberts, James, 151, 152, 288.

-, John, customer of Southampton, 114, 149.

-, Richard, 212, 484, 549.

-, Shem, 456.

-, William 284, 452.

Robertson, Alexander, 146; tidesman, 285, 288, 459.

-, John, 152.

-, Thomas, 148.

-, William, 153.

Robes and liveries. See Bath, Order of.

-, and wardrobes, clerk of [clerk of robes and wardrobe keeper], 220.

-, master of, Schutz, Augustus, 538.

-, -, -, issues to, for office of, 66, 70, 100, 110, 122, 135, 180, 215, 240, 251, 261, 275, 324, 339, 402, 415, 432, 476, 499, 508, 551, 570, 575, 588, 607, 620.

-, -, -, accounts of, 230, 232, 237.

-, office of, imprests for, 70.

Robins, Parkins, 284.

-, Thomas, 454.

-, William, sheriff of Gloucestershire, 433, 601.

Robinson, Arthur, 634.

-, Edward, 501.

-, Henry, a commissioner of Excise, Scotland; Inspector General of inland duties on coffee, tea, and chocolate, 86, 131.

-, John, 146.

-, Sir John, sheriff of Northampton county, 439.

-, Robert, 282.

-, Sir Thomas, 507, 511; a Commissioner of Excise, England, 154, 458, 624.

-, Thomas, minister plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany, 102, 119, 140, 399, 496, 613, 616; extras to, 105, 125, 132, 142, 246, 260, 272, 417, 424, 441, 476, 578, 583, 598.

-, William, 286.

Robson, Andrew, 632.

Rochester, 51, 152, 294, 302, 365, 457.

-, bishop of. See Wilcocks, Joseph.

-, Earl of. See Hyde, Laurence.

Rock salt. See Salt Works.

Rodway, John, 145.

Roe, Jacob, 361.

-, Reverend Stephen, 408.

Roehampton (Surrey), 204.

Rogers, Charles, 429.

-, Henry, 87, 95, 172, 257, 265.

-, John, 31, 53, 55, 69, 76, 82, 91, 92.

-, Richard, 391.

-, Robert, 151, 634.

-, William, 169.

Roill (Roile), John, 11, 26, 149.

Roland, Captain, 80.

Rolle, Samuel, sheriff of Devon, 262, 573.

Rolli, Paoli Antonio, Italian master to Princesses Amelia and Carolina, 188.

Rollinson (Rawlinson), William, contractor for claret for the Royal Household, 54, 55, 93, 166, 215, 217.

Rollo, Andrew, Master of Rollo, 217, 227, 383, 553.

-, Lord Robert, 553; 4th Lord Rollo of Duncrub, 217, 227, 383.

-, Robert, of Powhouse, 553.

-, -, sheriff, clerk of Clackmanman, 553.

Rollos, John, chief engraver of royal seals, stamps, and arms, 106, 117, 141, 250, 263, 273, 399, 409, 421, 445, 577, 593, 606, 617.

Rolls, Master of, 296.

Rolt, Mr. (sheriff of Herts), 182, 257.

Roman Catholics disaffected to the Government, 81.

-, -, enlisted for the Pretender, 4.

Romford (Essex), 386

Romney (Kent), 625.

Rondeau, Claudius, resident with the Czarina of Muscovy, 102, 119, 132, 140, 246, 260, 272, 399, 416, 417, 441, 579, 590; extras to, 97, 424, 608, 613.

Rooke, George, 388.

Roope, John, 285.

Roscommon, Earl and Countess of. See Dillon, W.; Dillon, I.

Rose, Charles, Reverend, 405.

-, Joseph, 90, 137.

-, Robert, 631, 632.

-, Thomas, 146.

-, and Dolphin Inn (All Hallows, Barking), 333.

Rosedale (Yorks), 89, 387, 392.

Rosier, Peter, sheriff of Norfolk, 429, 601.

Roslyn (Edinburgh), 466.

Ross, Scotland, Bishopric of, 221: rents of, 461.

-, (Hereford), 71.

Ross, Alexander, 623.

-, Elias, 145, 152.

-, Francis, 148.

-, George, 256.

-, -, a customs commissioner, Scotland, 347, 458.

Rothes, Earl of. See Leslie, John.

Rothley, Thomas, 150.

Rotterdam, 77, 86.

Rottingdean (Sussex), 152.

Rounsevall (Rouncevall), Richard, 287, 290.

Rous (Rouse), Thomas, Sheriff of Worcester, 244.

-, Sir William, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 601.

-, William, Secretary to the Postmaster General, 17, 65, 123.

-, -, 461

Routter, John, 454.

Roupell, John, Supervisor General of Salt duty, Scotland, 632.

Rowde (Wilts), 70.

Rowden, Thomas, 383, 612.

Rowe, Edward, 411.

Rowell, George, 461.

Rowley, Henry 430.

-, Rowland, 418.

Roxburghe, Duke of. See Ker John.

-, sheriffdom of, 385.

ROYAL Academy of Music, payments of royal bounty to, 126, 183, 257, 432, 597.

-, Africa Company, payments to, for maintenance of forts, &c., on coast of Africa, 113, 220, 259, 362, 377, 425, 490, 589.

-, -, -, accounts of, 341, 388.

-, Almoner, Scotland, petition concerning expense of office of, 334, 437.

-, Bank, Scotland, 465, account of, 470.

-, -, confirmatory additional charter, 515, 616; petition concerning, 470.

-, -, increase of capital of, 515, 516.

-, barges, master of. See Mason, John.

-, BEDCHAMBER, Gentlemen of, 5, 6, 8, 43, 127, 137, 190, 201, 257, 271, 279, 300, 301, 438, 482, 501, 586, 602; names of, 103, 115, 124, 243, 405, 571, 612, 613, 614.

-, -, Grooms of, 6, 8, 43, 127, 137, 190, 201, 257, 271, 279, 300, 301, 438, 482, 501, 586, 602; names of, 103, 115, 243, 405, 571, 613.

-, -, Groom of Stole. See Groom.

-, beedsmen, Scotland, rule as to office and pay of, 334.

-, BOUNTY, 1, 96.

-, -, list, 7, 167.

-, -, See Anderson, James; Andrews, John; Arnall, Thomas; Bath; Blinman, John; Bracey, A.; British prisoners; Collins, Arthur; Cook, Miles; Diston, J.; Dowdall, G.; Egerton, Mary; Ellis, W.; Foe, B. N. de; Frankz, T.; French Protestants; General Assembly; Grant, James; Gregson, Catherine; Hatton, Charles; Hattorff, Baroness; Jacob, John; Johnn, C. A.; Jones, Edmund; Jones, Edward; Mansuer, Roger; Massabeky, J.; Maynwaring, T.; Moore, T.; Morgan, T.; Mun, J.; Oldmixon, J.; Opera; Palmer, Charles; Passage money; Randle, John; Robe, Thomas; Royal Academy of Music; Sailly, Charles de; St. George, A.; Schicke, Josh.; Sporcken, Baron; Thurkettle, Sarah; Thurkettle, Thomas; Walton, John; Welsted, L.; Whatly, Stephen; Wilkins, R.; Winchester Hospital.

-, Buckhounds, 50.

-, -, Master of (Jenison, Ralph; Earl of Tankerville), issues to, 50.

-, Chamber. See Chamber.

-, Chapel. See Chapel Royal.

-, Commissioner to General Assembly, Scotland. See General Assembly.

-, Family, 186, 303, 570; provision for entertainment of, at Swinley Lodge. See Swinley.

-, Forests. See Woods, windfalls, moorwood, topwood, New Forest, Windsor Forest, Whittlewood, Wychwood.

-, -, wood stolen from, 13, 32.

-, Foxhounds, master of. See Walpole, Lord Robert.

-, Gardens, 495, 502. See Kensington, Kew, St. James's, Hampton Court, Windsor, Newmarket, Richmond.

-, -, superintendent of. See Harvey, T.

-, Gardener, chief gardener. See Bridgman, Charles; Milward, Samuel; Lowe, George; Kent, J.; Greening Thomas.

-, Goldsmith, 334. See Minors, Thomas.

-, Harriers, keeper of. See Earl of Carlisle; livery for, 537.

-, -, Master of. See Walpole, Lord Robert.

-, Hawks, Master of. See Duke of St. Albans.

-, Herbstrewer, Bell, Mrs. A.

-, HOUSEHOLD, additional 70,000l. per an. charged upon the Aggregate Fund, 1967.

-, -, apothecaries to. See Allen, J.; Lilly, M.

-, -, claret for. See Rollinson, W.

-, -, clerk of markets of, Robe, Thos.; Matthews, J.; Peter, C.

-, -, -, -, office of, to be extinguished, 54, 176.

-, -, -, -, question of method of payment of, 176.

-, -, Cofferer of (Walpole, Horatio; Masham, Lord), issues to, 3, 5, 7, 15, 23, 26, 36, 51, 52, 58, 160, 161, 169, 170, 182, 189, 196, 203, 301, 303, 315, 324, 331, 333, 335, 346, 349, 464,' 469, 478, 487, 501, 504, 509, 519, 521.

-, -, -, imprests to, 131, 261, 415, 597.

-, -, -, office of, 42, 100.

-, -, Drummers and Drum Major, liveries for, 371.

-, -, Lord Chamberlain of, Grafton, Duke of, 165, 476, 477.

-, -, -, -, office of, 237.

-, -, -, -, warrants of, 178, 183, 211, 220, 222, 229, 231, 232, 233, 236, 317, 322, 359, 361, 365, 371, 373, 374, 375, 377, 378, 380, 384, 385, 386, 387, 389, 390, 392, 506, 510, 513, 528, 533, 534, 535, 537, 538, 545, 558, 559, 562, 567.

-, -, Purveyors to, 166, 215, 217, 478, 509.

-, -, Surgeon to, Ranby, John.

-, -, storekeeper of royal wines, Cockburn, James.

-, -, Treasurer of, Lord de la Warr; Lord Fitzwalter.

-, -, -, -, allowance of plate to, 386.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain of, John, Lord Hervey.

-, -, -, -, profits of office of, 571.

-, Infirmary. See Edinburgh.

-, Jewels and Jewel Office. See Jewel Office.

-, Libraries, keeper of, Bentley, Dr. R.

-, -, removal of King's library from Ashburnham House, 26, 30.

-, MANORS. See Barrow, Barton and Goxhill, Beverley, Bray, Clayton with Frickley, Cookham, Crowland, Denbigh, Denton, Emneth, Garstang, Fewson Grange, Halliford, Havering atte Bower, Handbridge, Hempholme, Harshing, Highbury Wood, Hooton Pagnell, Little St. John's Wood, Langton, Lanercost, Ludgershall, Lyndhurst, Marybone, Mulgrave, Northstead, Newland, Ryhill, St. Edmund's House, Seaton, Shippens, Stanton under Bardon, Sydenham, Tilney, Walsoken, Walton, West Walton, Westminster, Wiscot in Barrow.

-, Mews, 330.

-, -, House of the Gentleman of the Horse in, 330, 331, 384.

-, North British Regiment. See Regiments.

-, Palaces and lodges. See Kensington, Newmarket, Swinley Lodge, St. James's, Kew, Richmond Lodge.

-, Pheasantry. See Bushey Park.

-, Plate to be run for on the sands of Leith. See Edinburgh.

-, Presents to Ambassadors, 111, 168, 214, 219, 251, 253, 254, 255, 265, 312, 377, 381, 402, 430, 612.

-, -, 576. See Christening Gifts, Rich purse.

-, Progresses. See Royal roads.

-, Ratkiller. See Stubbs, Eliz.

-, Regiment. See Regiments.

-, Revels, Master of. See Lee, Charles; Comptroller of. See Symes, L.

-, Revenues. See Crown Revenues.

-, Roads, &c., 204, 230, 338.

-, -, issue of private tickets for, 338.

-, -, Surveyor and keeper of, and guide of His Majesty's person in all his progress. See Arundell, R.; Ripley, T.

-, -, -, -, -, fees and perquisites of office of, 328, 329, 444, 465, 600.

-, Seals, stamps, arms, engraver of. See Rollos, J.

-, STABLES. See Windsor Castle; St. James's.

-, -, Master of. See Lumley, R.; Lennox, Charles; Berkeley, H.

-, -, -, -, imprests to, for extraordinaries, 108, 109, 136, 299, 324, 408, 432, 589.

-, -, -, -, issues to for extraordinaries of, 8, 52, 66, 68, 75, 90, 180, 313, 496, 514.

-, -, -, -, accounts of, as, 225, 393, 547.

-, Staghounds, 493; Master of, North of the Trent. See Sutton, Robert; Kingston, Duke of.

-, Stud, account of. See Royal Stable (Master's accounts).

-, Tennis Courts, keeper of. See Fitzroy, C.

-, Wardrobes (clerk of. See clerk of Robes.) See Wardrobe Great.

-, watermen, liveries for, 231, 385, 562, 567.

-, -, at pension, 562.

-, -, Master of His Majesty's barges. See Mason, Charles; Scott, Richard.

-, Wines. See Royal Household (storekeeper).

-, Woodyard, Whitehall, 65.

-, -, yeoman of. See English, S. Yacht. See Ships (William and Mary).

Royalties of, hunting, hawking, fishing, fowling, 379.

Royer, Anne, 85.

Royston, 226, 267.

Ruby, Antonio, 508; Receiver or Farmer of His Majesty's revenue of tithe, Minorca, 560, 610.

Rudd, William, 146.

Rule, William, 459.

Rum, 43, 181.

-, duty on, 5, 9, 10, 179.

-, -, -, account, 161, 229.

-, -, -, added to Aggregate Fund, 196.

-, and brandy, reduction of to proof, 66, 70, 75, 89, 90, 92, 213, 230, 235, 364, 374, 385, 387, 537, 551, 557, 563, 665, 567.

-, -, -, importers of, 93.

-, proposal for warehousing of in bond, 179, 180, 181, 182, 224, 228, 229.

-, price of, fall in, 179.

Rumfield, Jeremiah, 289.

Rumford (Essex), 564.

Rundle, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Derry, 456, 87.

Runwell. See Barrow, Robert.

Rusden, Keylock, 558.

Rushmore Hill (Sussex), 301.

Russell, Jacob, 627.

-, James, tidesman, 154.

-, John, Consul at Tetuan, 63, 90.

-, -, recall of, 90.

-, John, 7th Duke of Bedford.

-, -, house of, in Bloomsbury Square, 234.

-, Joseph, 453.

Russia (Muscovy), Czarina's Court of. See St. Petersburg, 576, 616.

-, (-,), minister plenipotentiary to Czarina of (see Granard, Earl of), 295.

-, (-,), -, from. See Cantimir, Prince.

-, (-,), peace with Turkey, 576, 584, 616.

-, (-,), resident with Czarina of Muscovy. See Rondeau, C.

Russian hides, drawback on, 17, 21.

Rutherford, George, 453.

-, Thomas, 449.

Ruthven (Scotland), 15, 98.

Rutland, county, sheriffs of, 110, 266, 406, 583, 601.

-, Duke of. See Manners, John.

Rutland, Henry, 287.

Ruttee, John, 289.

Ruxlen, Madame, 304.

Ryall, Sir Walter, sheriff of Surrey, 125.

Ryan, James, 429.

Ryder (Rider), Dudley, Solicitor General, 95, 138, 306, 402, 538, 540, 544, 549, 550, 555, 586; Attorney General (from 17378, January 28), 354, 304, 368, 380, 381, 450, 478, 480, 483, 565, 586.

Ryder Street. See Street.

Rye port, 212, 222, 287, 358, 360, 449, 453, 460, 461, 628.

Ryhill (Yorks), 66, 73.

Ryley, John, 596.

-, Richard, 610.

Ryling, William, 285.