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Sable, Sables, Island, West Indies, grant of wrecks etc. near, 50, 64.

Sackville, Charles, 9th Earl of Dorset, Earl of Middlesex, commissioner for surveying East Greenwich manor, 1166;

High Steward of Greenwich manor, 1166;

Keeper of Greenwich Park, 127, 129, 379, 446, 695;

Lord Chamberlain, 18, 24, 98, 141, 146, 187, 199, 204, 471, 583, 584, 605, 627, 638, 646, 648, 662, 700, 773, 803, 853, 929, 939, 955, 979, 1073, 1095, 1176, 1223, 1240, 1243, 1258, 1261, 1314;

lease, tenements etc. adjoining Somerset House, 596, 648, 808, 823, 8467;

lodgings of, in Whitehall, 1182;

present imported for, 1182;

trustee for the Due of St. Albans, pension on Irish Establishment, 388 1315.

Sadler, Robert, custodiam lease, Cricklade St. Sampson, 221.

Saies Court. See Deptford.

Sailly, Charles de, royal bounty for, 964, 966;

pension on the Irish Establishment, 1004.

St. Agnes, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 522, 1239.

St. Albans, co. Hertford, burglars and highwaymen convicted at, 1136.

Monastery, dissolved, Great Gate of, porter of, 12623;

Liberty of, gaol within the, keeper of, 12623;

office of, 1167.

St. Albans, Duchess of. See Beauclerk, Diana.

-, Duke of. See Beauclerk, Charles.

-, Earl of. See Jermyn, Henry.

St. Albin. See St. Auban.

St. Allan. See St. Allen.

St. Allen, St. Allan, co. Cornwall, tinblowing house, 522, 1239.

St. Amand, James, caveat concerning grant of J. Ashton's estate, 64.

St. Asaph, bishop of, grant to, of glebe lands, Poole, Guilsfield etc. rectories, 1054;

pension for, 853.

St. Auban (St. Albin), Jaques de, lieutenant-colonel in Col. P. Belcastel's regiment, 216, 963.

St. Austell, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 561.

St. Austell Prior, Austell Prior, co. Cornwall, manor of, 280, 1134, 1250, 1323.

St. Blazey, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 522.

St. Christopher's, West Indies, agent for prizes at. See Crisp, J.

Companies of Foot for, from Leeward Islands, 1028.

Deputy Auditor of Plantations. See Byam, E.

fort at, issues for, 1011, 1028.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty at, collector of. See Dewit, P.;

Westcot, T.

St. Christopher's tenement. See Eton.

St. David's, co. Pembroke, diocese of, Tenths of, 401, 436.

St. Ewe, co. Cornwall, 561.

St. George, Dame Ann, wife of Sir George, formerly Ann Atwood, daughter of Sir J. Lawson, pension for, 183, 194. Errata, 1448.

-, Sir George (Sir S.), agent to regiment of, 175;

pay of, to be applied to Army clothier's accounts, 1335;

regiment of, 8, 91, 118, 175, 188 (Errata, 1447), 291, 395, 628, 763, 1104, 1297;

wife of, pension for, 194. Errata, 1448.

-, Sir Henry, Clarencieux King-at-Arms, 719, 1113.

-, Sir Thomas, Garter Principal King-at-Arms, 719, 1113.

St. Germaine, Mademoiselle de, pension from the Queen for, 1129.

St. Helena, Sancta Helena, 1211.

St. Helene, de, pension from the Queen for, 1129, 1259.

St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, sloop at, command of, 839. See also Flory, R.

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, coast infested by French privateers, 658.

St. James's Palace, Parish and Park. See London and Westminsterstreets etc. in.

St. John, James, goldsmith, Receiver of Assessments, co. Herts, 89, 96, 310.

-, John, Captain of Horse, joined the King's forces at Limerick, 1213.

-, Paulet, Earl of Bolingbroke, Custos Rotulorum, co. Bedford, 489, 1291.

-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of, 397, 399.

St. Leger, Antho., highwayman apprehended by, reward for, 524, 619.

-, Sir Anthony, Warden of the Mint, 1358.

St. Leonard's Forest, co. Sussex, 202, 571, 885.

St. Loe (St. Lo, St. Loo), , fee farm rents accounts, 59.

-, George, captain, a Principal Commissioner of Prizes, 18, 219, 228, 282, 335;

accusations against, 301, 306.

St. Lucia, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of. See Kendal, J.;

Russell, F.

St. Malo, France, bombardment of, 1161;

ships of, 343, 467, 471, 1091;

transport of English prisoners-of-war from, proposed cheaper rates for, 1225.

St. Martin's co. Salop, alias Llanfarthing, vicar of, 278.

St. Mary's Monastery, York. See York.

St. Maughold rectory. See Man, Isle of.

St. Mawes, St. Maws, co. Cornwall, Customs officers at, 879.

St. Michael. See Man, Isle of.

St. Neot, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 522.

St. Omer, France, Society of English Jesuits in the College of, rector of, lands conveyed to, seized, 591.

St. Pier (St. Piere, St. Pierre, St. Piers), , captain, Troop of Dragoons of, 309, 450, 463, 519, 534, 537.

St. Quentin Linnich. See Lennick-Saint-Quentin.

St. Sebastian, San Sebastian, Spain, ship of, condemned as prize at, 7;

French wine from, brought to England as Spanish wine, 1413.

St. Silling. See Silian.

St. Stephen's, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 561.

St. Thomas, alias Sow, co. Stafford, manor of, 592.

St. Vincent, Windward Isles, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief. See Kendal, J.;

Russell, F.

St. Yors, de, lieutenant, pension for, 634.

Saintour, Lacoste de, pension on Irish establishment, 1258.

Salcey Forest, co. Northampton, Chief Lodge, repairs to, 79.

Danes Coppice, 62.

decayed timber sales, 62, 77.

felling in, 623, 79, 1301, 948, 1326.

gates and posts, order concerning, 1326.

John Stirke's Walk, 62, 1326.

keepers of. See Howling, R.;

Stirke, J.

lieutenant of. See Montagu, C.

Lime Beds Coppice, 948.

lodges in, repairs to, 62.

Prentice Coppice, 1326.

Robert Howling's Walk, 948.

wood sales in, 1301, 333, 395, 803, 948, 1320.

woodward of. See Newton, T.

Salcombe, co. Devon, Customs officers at, 358.

Salisbury, New Sarum, co. Wilts, 672.

Bishop of. See Burnet, G.;

Sarum.

Close, 1307.

James II.'s army at, 115.

Receiver of Assessments, 465, 933, 1307.

undertakers for making the River Avon navigable to, 176.

Salisbury, Earl of, See Cecil, James;

Cecil, Robert.

-, Earls of, rents of Great and Little Parks, Brigstock for, 990.

Salisbury (Salusbury), Charles, captain, in Brigadier Churchill's regiment, 324;

in Earl of Monmouth's regiment, 273.

-, Eliz., tenant, Segrwyd and Cernyfed, co. Denbigh, 1052.

-, Fulk, tenant, Carbnewith, co. Denbigh, 1051.

-, Lady Hester, widow, tenant, Berain etc., 1050;

tenant, Kilford manor, 1049.

-, Lady Jean, widow, tenant, Berain etc., 1050.

-, Robert, tenant, Galltvaenan, co. Denbigh, 1050.

-, Tho., tenant, Flint Common, 1220.

Salish, , brigadier, ransom of, Army payment for, 607.

Salle, de la, money advanced to Marquis de Miremont, 195.

-, Dampiere la, major, Captain of Foot, pay arrears, 819.

Salmon, , timber merchant, 328.

-, Arthur, tidesman, Plymouth, 809.

-, Peter, loans by, 260, 908.

Salop. See Shropshire.

Salop, village of. See Sleap.

Salt, co. Kildare, barony of, 179, 296. Errata, 1448.

Saltabared. See Salterbridge.

Salter (Saltar, Slater), James, chaplain, going to Virginia, 804, 807.

-, John, arrested for highway robbery, 1121.

-, Nicholas, house of, at Stoke Poges, burglary at, reward for apprehending burglars, 532, 684, 689, 722, 803, 860.

Salterbridge, Saltabared alias Saltubberet, Coshmore and Coshbride barony, co. Waterford, 72.

Salthill Hey, Salthill Hayes, Saltle Hayes, in Clitheroe, co. Lancs, 677, 809.

Saltle Hayes. See Salthill Hey.

Saltney Marsh, co. Flint, overflown by tides, 1219.

Saltubberet. See Salterbridge.

Salusbury. See Salisbury.

Salway, Posthumous, commander of the Crown, 1216.

Sambrooke, Sir Jeremy, loan by, 15.

Samford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 136.

Sampford [? Sandford], co. Oxford, manor of, rent out of, 1023.

San Sebastian. See St. Sebastian.

Sanckey. See Sankey.

Sancta Helena. See St. Helena.

Sanders. See Saunders.

Sanderson. See Saunderson.

Sandes. See Sandys.

Sandford, co. Oxford. See Sampford.

Sandford, Ephraim, of Kirkby Kendal, Excise collector, 1175.

-, John, Customs debenture on duty on tobacco, 377.

-, Nich., Army clothing debt, 142.

Sandiforth, Thomas, et al., petition of, 457.

Sands, Jane, loan by, 907.

Sandwich, co. Kent, 485.

collector of. See Walford, M. comptroller of. See Veale, W.

customer of. See Breton, R.

Customs officers at, pressed for the Navy, 203, 208.

mayor of, 203.

Sandys (Sandes), , captain, Company of Grenadiers of, 341, 363.

Sankey (Sanckey, Sanky), Nicholas, half pay, 147;

regiment of, 185, 397, 399, 963, 1269, 1279.

Sankey Bridges, Sankey Bridge, alias Bank Fields, co. Lancs, approved as a convenient place for despatch of coasting trade, tidesmen appointed to reside at, 1140.

Sanky. See Sankey.

Sansenett, , captain, journey from Hull to London, 386.

Sansom (Sansome), John, Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, 305, 739, 841, 883, 987, 1097, 1155, 1168.

Sapey, Sapye, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Sarsfeild. See Sarsfield.

Sarsfeild Court. See Sarsfieldscourt.

Sarsfield (Sarsfeild), Charlotte (M.), daughter of William, daughter-in-law and ward of William Fanshaw, petition of, for estates of Col. Patrick, 239, 597, 11789, 1396. Errata, 1457.

-, Dominick, of Sarsfieldscourt, lands of, forfeited, 252, 1063.

-, Francis, of London, petition for debts secured to, to be charged on Col. P. Sarsfield's estates, 585.

-, M. See Sarsfield, Charlotte.

-, Patrick, colonel, estates of, Ireland, forfeited, 108, 126, 493, 554, 585, 597, 1012, 1178, 1396.

-, William, of Lucan, estate of, Lucan manor etc., seized as being in possession of Patrick, 597, 1396.

Sarsfieldscourt, Sarsfeild Court, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 252, 1063.

Sarson, Mary, widow, fee farm rents, 1018.

Sartre (Sartree, Startre), James, petition for grant of brother's estate, 88.

-, Peter (Petie, Petre), a French subject, estate in London, forfeited, 88, 125.

Sarum, Bishop of. See Burnet, G. Customs officer, 606, 1348.

First Fruits, 1184.

New. See Salisbury.

Tenths, payment out of, 683.

Saunders (Sanders), , captain, Company of Grenadiers of, 351, 564;

Company of Foot in Marquis de Rada's regiment, 991.

-, -, captain. See Saunderson, W.

-, -, keeper of Denny Lodge, New Forest, 381;

dismissed, 388.

-, -, of London, merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

-, Jane, lease of Shippon manor, 790.

-, John, transport of, to Maryland, as chaplain. royal bounty for. 456.

-, Jonathan, transport of, to Maryland, as chaplain, royal bounty for, 456.

-, Thomas, lease, Shippon manor, 618, 790.

-, See also Saunderson.

Saunderson (Sanderson, Saunders), , captain, yacht of, 379.

-, Alexander, captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, -, petition of, for a pension, 126.

-, Cha., distributor of, and collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Northumberland, 672.

-, George, 5th Viscount Castleton, Vice-Admiral, co. Lincoln, 46, 489, 902, 1291;

regiment of, 11, 92, 112, 128, 635, 1190;

sons of, 424.

-, James, commissioner in the Alienation Office, to appoint deputy during absence overseas, 802.

-, -, loan by, 908.

-, -, son of Viscount Castleton, grant to, of office of steward and keeper of Kirton-in-Lindsey manor, 424.

-, Nicholas, son of Viscount Castleton, steward and keeper of Kirton-in-Lindsey manor, 424.

-, Oliver, porter and tidesman, Whitehaven, 872.

-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of, agent for. See Potter, P.

-, William, captain, lease, East-combe Farm, Greenwich, 1284, 1336, 1437 (Errata, 1458);

J. Fortree's interest in Eastcombe Farm purchased by father of, 1336.

Saunner Islands. See Bermudas.

Savage (Savidge), Ann, royal bounty for, 1319, 1432.

-, -, widow of Captain Robert, Army pay arrears, 511.

-, Hugh, captain, joined King's forces at Limerick, 1213.

-, (Sewage), Jo., Gentleman of the Guards of the Irish Army at Limerick, 243. Errata 1448.

-, [Philip] custodiam lease, lands in Ireland, in lieu of allowances for outlawries and attainders. 2512, 266, 664, 954.

-, Richard, Viscount Colchester, afterwards 8th Earl Rivers, Grenadiers of 118.

lease, Higham Ferrers manor, 606, 653, 919, 936.

lease, Mara and Mondren (Delamere) Forest, 882;

caveat against grant of, 1009.

lease, Wallwood, in Leyton parish, 23, 36, 1067, 116;

caveat against grant to, 64.

petition of, for charging P. Sarsfield's estates with debts secured to, 585.

Third Troop of Horse Guards of, 150, 520, 1160;

agent for. See Owsley, N.

-, Robert, captain, Provost Marshal of English forces in Ireland, 511.

-, Thomas, 7th Earl Rivers, lease, Mara and Mondren Forest, 882.

Savary, Savery. See Savory.

Savidge. See Savage.

Saville (Savile), Esther, Lady Eland, of St. James's Westminster, commission to seize rents in Bradbury and Hilton manors bequeathed by, to Marchioness de Gouvernet, the mother of, 833, 862, 931, 992.

-, George, Marquess of Halifax, grant of rents out of Bradbury and Hilton manors to Marchioness de Gouvernet after death of, 992.

-, -, collector, Poole port, 872;

surveyor, Bristol port, 872.

-, Gertrude, Marchioness of Halifax, issue to, from the Queen, 1074.

Savory (Savary, Savery), Michael, merchant, ship of, 76.

-, Thomas, petition for letters patent for invention for grinding etc. looking glass and plate glass, 12456

Savoy, engineers, gunners etc. going to, issues for, 857, 886, 904.

forces in, issue for, 396.

French officers going to, issue for, 544.

Lieutenant-General of. See Ruvigny, Henry Massue de, Viscount Galway;

officers serving under, issues for, 744, 950, 1122, 1194.

Savoy, Duke of, envoy from. See Bouthillier, Count La;

Tour, President de la.

envoy to. See Aglionby, W.;

Poley, E.;

Ruvigny, Henry Massue de, Viscount Galway.

payments to, bills of exchange to, 40, 80, 109, 118, 1234, 155, 163, 222, 396, 4001, 417, 441, 595, 599, 969, 985, 988, 1367, 1369, 1376.

Savoy, the, London. See London and Westminsterstreets and places in.

Sawle, Joseph, petition to purchase woods in Tewington manor, 411.

Sawyer, Edward, landcarriageman, Bristol, 976.

- See also Sayers.

Saxe-Gotha, troops of, 40, 985.

Saxon, alias Wilson. See Wilson.

Saxon Hall. See Woodditton.

Saxony, Elector (Duke) of, court of, 848.

despatch of King's quota for, 502

envoy from. See Friesen, Baron de.

jewels for, 45.

minister to. See Stepney, G.

Order of the Garter for, carried to, 718, 735;

installation of, 247, 259.

payments to, 1234, 155, 163, 534, 951.

Saxton Hall. See Woodditton.

Sayer. See Sayers.

Sayers (Sawyer, Sayer), Edward, keeper of Cranborne Chase, Windsor Forest, 1113, 1123.

-, -, royal bounty for, 566, 571.

-, George, lease, Fangrove Coppice and Knowlegrove Coppice, 1293.

-, -, lease Muchland manor, 126, 136, 1667.

-, -, loans by, 20, 260.

-, -, Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen, 1033, 1074.

-, -, et al., debts due from the Queen, payment of, 1078.

-, Hugh, captain, payment for ships' hire. 801.

-, John, Groom of the Bedchamber, 34, 35, 563, 973.

-, -, lease, Berkhampstead manor, 891, 983;

widow of. See Mary.

-, -, lease, Muchland manor, 126, 136, 167.

-, -, son of John and Mary, stewardship of Berkhampstead manor, 1223.

-, Mary, widow of John, lease, Berkhampstead manor, 891, 9823, 1029, 1223.

-, Robert, landwaiter, Sunderland, 1230.

Sayes Court. See Deptford.

Scale, John, extraordinary waterman, London port, 1080;

established waterman rowing the coastwaiters, 1080.

Scanderoon. See Alexandretta.

Scarborough, co. York, collector of, seamen to report to, 49;

Customs officers, 1008;

governor of. See Ingram, Arthur, Viscount Irvine;

ships of, 219.

Scarborough, Countess of. See Lumley, Frances.

-, Earl of. See Lumley, Richard.

Scarborough (Scharborough), , Lady, widow of Sir Charles, pension for, 1035.

-, Charles, visitor and governor of the William and Mary College, Virginia, 245.

-, Sir Charles, pension for widow of, 1035.

-, Edward, collector, Bideford, 837, 852;

collector, Liverpool, 837, 852, 893.

Scardan Patrick. See Corbetstown.

Scart, East Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Scawen, Sir William, bills of exchange, for Sick and Wounded in Barbados, 358, 635, 646;

bills of exchange, for provisions furnished to men-of-war at Jamaica, 979;

clothing for the Army, 124, 33940, 624;

[Director of the Bank of England], 1374, 1376, 1404, 1413, 1414, 1429, 1441;

grant of quit rents, Ireland, 340;

loan by, 340;

proposal to coin permission schellings in Flanders. 594;

receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954.

-, William, petition for the King William yacht to go to Jamaica, 322.

-, -, shipment of lead in name of, 961.

Schaeck (Shak), , colonel, regiment of, 92.

Scharborough. See Scarborough.

Scheel (Skeel), , envoy from the King of Denmark, goods of, going to Denmark, 571;

jewel presented to, 803;

lodgings of, in Whitehall 571.

Scheffer, John, bill of exchange payable to, 40.

Schested, , colonel, regiment of, 92, 159.

Scheult, James, bill of, payment of, 1077.

Schitz. See Schtz.

Schomberg (Schonberg, Shonburg, Shonburgh), Charles, Duke of Schomberg, Lieutenant-General, arrears due to, 347.

chaplain to. See Bourdieu, de.

issues to, 26, 195, 206, 348.

oats furnished to, 560.

regiment of, 235, 247.

regiments broke by, 211.

secretary to. See Cardonell, J.

slain at battle of Marsaglia, 473.

4,000l. per an. interest for, on 100,000l. granted to Frederick, Duke of Schomberg, 473.

-, Frederick, Duke of Schomberg, bills drawn by, on the Ordnance, 153.

Captain-General of the Land Forces, 473.

Forces, 473.

castles etc. of, in Rhine Palatinate, destroyed, 473.

Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Ireland, 101, 200, 235, 282, 1139.

death of, at the battle of the Boyne, 473, 1139.

departure of, for Ireland, 473.

grant to, of 100,000l. to him and his heirs, 4,000l. per an. interest on, 473.

lands etc. of, in France, confiscated, 473.

Limerick attacked by, 713.

Master General of the Ordnance, 473.

regiment of, 98.

secretary to. See Gorge, R.;

Holford, W.

-, Meinhardt, Duke of Schomberg, Duke of Leinster, child of, gift of gilt plate at christening of, 1223.

Commander-in-chief of the Forces, 363, 1143.

expedition to France, 76, 158, 189.

General of the Horse, 363.

grant of wrecks in America, 64.

money for horses for Danish troops, 384.

officers attending, 158.

payment to, for clearings, 195.

payments by, Army issue for, 682.

regiment of, 49, 91, 93, 118, 188, 191, 235, 274, 298, 299, 429, 484, 605, 634, 637, 1149, 1281;

agent for. See Pauncefort, E.;

chaplain to. See Abbadie, J.

secretary to. See Cardonell, J. troops under (in 1692), 253, 308.

4,000l. per an. interest for, on 100,000l. granted to Frederick, Duke of Schomberg, 473, 543, 798, 886.

Schroop. See Scroop.

Schuckberg (Scuburgh, Scugburgh, Shuckburgh, Shugburgh, Shukburgh), Frances (Lady Frances Moore), wife of John, lease, lands in Maiden Court manor, 562, 855, 1092.

-, Henry, concerning lands in Maiden Court manor, 1092.

-, John, lease, lands in Maiden Court manor, 562, 855, 1092.

-, -, petition for lease of Portlester manor, 109.

-, -, son of Richard, lands in co. Meath, sold by, 1332.

-, Richard, of Barton, lands in co. Meath, sold to, 1332.

Schulenberg (Schulemberg, Schulenburgh, Schuylenberg, van Schuylenburgh), William, bills of exchange drawn by, for subsistence in Flanders, 634.

bills of exchange drawn by, from Holland, 534.

bills of exchange drawn by, on Earl of Ranelagh, 40, 985.

disbursements by, for the services of the war in Flanders and Holland, Army issues in repayment of, 743, 751, 755, 761, 896, 904, 921, 928, 937, 942, 949, 957, 964, 972, 995, 1015, 103840, 1090, 1105, 1333, 1367, 1369, 1370, 1380, 1383.

issues to, for the Queen's pensioners, 1128, 1259.

loan assigned to, 28.

payments by, for the Ordnance, 1039.

for secret service, 1039.

for the Stables in Flanders, 1383.

in Flanders, 1039, 1090, 1105, 1139, 1333.

in Holland, 103940, 1090, 1105, 1380, 1383.

to remove stop on loans in Holland, 1424.

Schtz (Schitz), Baron de, goods of, from Holland, 381.

Schuylenberg, Schuylenburgh. See Schulenberg.

Schweinfurt, , secretary to Sir W. D. Colt, 490, 491, 518.

Schwerin, Baron, minister from the Elector of Brandenburg, transport of goods of, 1163.

Scidmerly Adam. See Redmarley Adam.

Scidmerly Oliver. See Redmarley Oliver.

Scilly Isles, agent for prizes. See Bolitho, J,;

Ekins, J.

collector etc. at. See Bassett, J.;

Treweeke, G.

Customs officers at, 376, 535.

Governor of. See Granville, John, Earl of Bath;

agent to. See Blake, J.

gunner taking up post at, detained prisoner in France, 1322.

prizes taken at, 348, 1109.

ships stay at, to count as part of quarantine, 349.

Scobell, Francis, lease, minerals in Duchy of Cornwall, 162.

Scone. See Stone.

Scoring Moss, Scoreing Moss [in Bleasdale], co. Lancaster, fee farm rent of, 1019.

Scot. See Scott.

SCOTLAND, 421.

Army. See Index of SubjectsArmy, in Scotland.

battle with Dundee's forces in, 552.

clothes and swords for the Army, 292.

goods of Viscount Stair transported to, 1363.

journey of Army officer to, 387.

Judges in, 471.

pacquet boats hired to carry mails to and from Ireland, 271.

postage of letters to and from, to be defrayed out of profits of postage between Berwick and Edinburgh, 287.

Secretary for. See Dalrymple, Sir J,;

house of, near the Privy Garden, completion of, 12;

to be altered to house two Secretaries, 303;

letters of, postage free, 79.

ships stay in ports of, to count as part of quarantine, 349.

ships trading to and from Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia without payment of dues, proposals for preventing, 571, 676, 6989, 824.

tobacco exported to, 377.

Treasury in, money taken up from, 745.

Scott (Scot), , proposal concerning compositions by brewers. 1438.

-, Ann, widow of James, Duke of Monmouth, Duchess of Buccleuch suo jure, annuity to, 137, 138, 723, 725, 798, 810, 870, 1065, 1082, 1310.

-, Benjamin, of London, merchant, ships for Barbados, 867, 878;

goods shipped by, 1044.

-, Sir Edward, rectory and tithes of Milton forfeited by, 155;

lands, co. Wicklow, mortgaged to, and debts due to, forfeited, 336;

in the service of the King of France, 336.

-, Ellis, wife of Sir Edward, widow of N. Dorrell, 155.

-, James, Duke of Monmouth, grant of ferries, Ireland. 99;

house of, in Soho, 162;

landed at Lyme Regis, 27;

rebellion of, 837.

-, John, tenant of lands, London, 5412.

-, Richard, tenant, Carwinley Mill and fishing in the Esk, 17.

Scotting, Robert, bills payable for service of the Katherine in the West Indies, 1044.

Scravemore. See Duyn.

Scroop (Schroop, Scrope), Edmd., bill payable for service of the Diligence in the West Indies, 504.

-, Mary, goods of, seized, 535, 548, 587, 617;

writ issued for recovery of, 822.

-, Thomas, master of the Thomas and Ruth, 976.

Scroopes manor [? Tiptoff manor], in Harston, co. Cambridge, rent for, 1025.

Scrope. See Scroop.

Scuburgh. See Schuckberg.

Scudamore, Robert, captain, Army pay arrears, 963.

Scugburgh. See Schuckberg.

Sea Town. See Seatown.

Sea Wood Park, Seawood Park, co. Lancaster, herbage and pannage of, 167.

Seabeach, co. Sussex, fee farm rent of lands etc. in, 881.

Seagar. See Segar.

Sealstown, co. Kildare. See Kealstown.

Seaman, Robert, of Harwich, payment for attendance etc. on Dutch seamen, 601.

-, Thomas, of Norwich, lease, lands etc. in Norwich, 1183, 1209.

Searle (Serle), Daniel, of Guildford, Hearthmoney collector, 18.

Searle's Lands, in Sunninghill, co. Berks, rent out of, 1023.

Seatown, Sea Town, Nethercross barony, co. Dublin, 364.

Seawood. See Sea Wood.

Sedgeberrow, co. Worcester, 591. Errata, 1450.

Sedgwick, Jos., agent for prizes. Jamaica, 1261.

-, Obadiah, a receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954;

[Director of the Bank of England], 1443.

-, Robert, clerk in the Jewel House, 836, 868.

-, Zacheus (Zachery), revenue commissioner, Ireland, 827, 1121.

Sedley, Catherine (Dorothy), Countess of Dorchester, grant to, by James II., of quit rents, Ireland, 131, 206, 356, 8789, 1064;

pension for, 8789, 1109;

royal bounty for maintenance of her daughter, Lady Katherine Darnley, 732, 733, 1038, 1096.

Sedman, John, master of the Hanna of Whitby, 219.

Segar (Seagar), Anthony, keeper of the Treasury Chambers, 12, 134, 147, 259, 264, 350, 355, 438, 514, 559, 619;

lease of lands, Winchester, quit rents on, 267, 403;

messenger to the Commissioners of Appeals in Excise, 29.

-, Charles, customer, Southampton port, 581.

-, -, landwaiter, London port, 38.

-, Hen., loan by, 915.

-, Henry, assistant to the Weigher and Teller of the Mint, 1300;

deputy to, 1300.

Segroit. See Segrwyd.

Segrwyd, Segroit, co. Denbigh, farm of lands in, 1052.

Seigler. See Siegler.

Seignoret. See Signeret.

Selby, , counsel for Sir W. Russell, 1390.

Selkirk, Earl of. See Douglas, Charles.

Sellers, , appears before the Treasury Lords on behalf of the daughters of F. Mansell, 1417.

Sellyfield. See Biggin.

Selwin. See Selwyn.

Selwood, Richard, lease, Shippon manor, 790, 1231.

Selwyn (Selwin), William, colonel or brigadier, Governor or Tilbury, 105;

regiment of, 92, 118, 191, 231, 274, 341, 351, 363, 477, 499, 508, 1045, 1065, 1093, 1097, 1106, 1116, 1130, 1183, 12045;

agent to regiment of. See Harneage, R.;

Wallis, W.;

debts due to regiment of, 1341.

Seras, Henry, Wallwood in possession of, 107.

Serjeant, Richard, owner of Dinton parsonage, tithes purchased from 663.

Serle. See Searle.

Sesswick, co. Denbigh, fee farm rent in the collection of the bailiff of, 1046.

Severn, River, concerning duty on coals ferried over, 1421.

Seville, Spain, merchants of London trading to, 351;

reals (ryalls) of, 135;

ships to, 351, 379.

Sewage, Jo. See Savage, Jo.

Seymour, , colonel, regiment of, 891, 1045;

agent for. See Acton, J.

-, Edward, Clerk and Keeper of the Hanaper in Chancery, 22, 443, 889, 944, 957, 1266.

-, -, Duke of Somerset, houses of, London, 648.

-, -, lease in reversion, Lanteglos Park etc., 1172.

-, Sir Edward, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 472, 474, 670, 1083, 1133, 1378, 1386, 1388;

Lord of the Treasury, 128, 266, 361, 449, 563;

lease, land in Dover Street, 76, 98;

loans by, 197, 260.

-, Henry, lease, Lanteglos Park etc., 1172, 1223;

lease, Portland, manor, 431;

lease, Shippon, 855;

lease, Trematon, 209;

rent reserved on lease, [Treverbyn Courtney], 1232;

reversion of interest in tenements in St. Austell Prior, 1324.

-, Jos., auditor, 975.

-, Sir Joseph, auditor of Crown Land revenues, 653, 707, 719, 720, 745.

Sgravemore. See Duyn.

Shabell. See Shesbell.

Shade, Thomas, loan by, 911.

Shadforth, Thomas, bill of exchange, 162.

Shadwell, Ann, royal bounty for, 456.

-, Edward, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, James, master of the Lewis, 1072.

-, Thomas, Poet Laureate and Historiographer Royal, executors of, issues to, 52, 55.

Shaen, Sir James, farmer of the Irish revenue, 580.

Shaftesbury, Earl of. See Cooper, Anthony Ashley.

Shak. See Schaeck.

Shalcross (Shallcross), Geo., felon and burglar, 1136.

Shales, Charles, the King's goldsmith, 928, 102930, 1069, 1354, 1363;

loans by, 1069, 1354;

proposals for melting money, 1287.

-, Henry, son of John, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, 1209, 1226, 1401;

account of profits of Viscount Preston's estate to be stated, 1280, 1425.

Naval accounts to be kept by, 1401.

to make up father's accounts when Navy Treasurer's Paymaster under Viscount Falkland, 1401.

-, John, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, 421, 653, 752, 841, 975, 1073, 1095, 1209, 1226, 1373, 1401.

Commissary General of the Provisions, Ireland, 144, 189, 324, 380, 383, 389.

accounts, not made up, 115.

concerning proposals for furnishing provisions for the Army in Flanders, 1397.

payments to, for James II.'s army at Salisbury, 115;

for encampment, on Hounslow Heath, 115, 1136, 1144;

for provisions for forces for Flanders, 115.

examining and keeping Naval accounts, 2, 41, 43, 55, 76, 78, 88, 106, 135, 143, 144, 157, 161, 169, 173, 181, 187, 193, 200, 205, 208, 217, 218, 229, 248, 262, 275, 283, 301, 303, 305, 306, 311, 312, 318, 321, 322, 325, 327, 334, 341, 347, 350, 355, 363, 366, 370, 379, 390, 392, 394, 396, 410, 412, 424, 429, 434, 437, 441, 445, 449, 461, 481, 491, 505, 511, 513, 522, 535, 536, 548, 549, 564, 572, 581, 600, 606, 608, 612, 622, 630, 641, 649, 658, 669, 670, 673, 689, 693, 697, 706, 709, 717, 738, 742, 760, 768, 770, 772, 781, 783, 786, 792, 808, 816, 817, 819, 826, 830, 841, 846, 849, 865, 875, 877, 884, 890, 903, 905, 922, 1401.

Navy Treasurer's Paymaster under Viscount Falkland, accounts to be made up by Henry, son of, 1401.

issue to, 478.

loans by, 747.

Shallcross. See Shalcross.

Shallet (Shallett), Arthur, of London, merchant, coal for the fleet in the Mediterranean. 1122;

debt due to, for transport services, 480, 596, 1122, 1213, 1405;

money owing from, on account of Customs bonds, 480, 1122, 1213, 1405;

named a Commissioner for Greenwich Hospital, 9445;

Navy payment to, 854;

oil shipped by, 323, 329;

ships and goods of, seized by the Customs, 940, 1116, 1159;

ships redeemed by, 323, 329, 336, 940;

trading to Spain, 940;

wines etc. from Spain, 323, 329, 940.

Shanacboyne. See Shanacloyne.

Shanacloyne, Shanacboyne, Kinalmeaky barony, co. Cork, 281.

Shanakill, [? Muskerry barony], co. Cork, 281.

Shangarry, Shangary, Forth barony, co. Carlow, 316.

Shanks, alias Raburnehall. See Solport.

Shardin, Sir, John, payment to, of Queen's pension for Abbadie, 1132.

Sharpe (Sharp), , cloth seized by, 63.

-, John, archbishop of York, royal bounty for lectures at Southwell, 96.

-, -, master of the Joseph, 1006.

-, Joshua, stationer, vellum duty employment, 658.

-, Robert, fee farm rents, co. Lincoln, 1024.

-, William, a commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, and collector of Plantation Duty, Barbados. 1171.

-, -, master of the Resolution, 360.

Sharpless, George, surveyor, Bristol and Liverpool, 872.

Shartell, Edward. debts due to, from Irish officers, 246.

Shaston, co. Dorset, 1181.

Shaw, Antho., loan by, 915.

-, George, noontender, London port, 214.

-, Sir, John, collector, inwards. London port, 896, 1068, 1231;

collector, Foreign Duty, London port, 1150;

potash farm, payment out of, 104;

account required of, 860.

-, John, gunsmith, lease of workshop near the Horse Pond, 362.

-, Robert, of London, tenements of, 662.

-, Thomas, tenant, Dollyllyndew, 1049;

tenant, Hendredwey, 1051;

tenant, Llewenny Park and lands in Llewenny, 1049;

tenant, Cernyfed and Segrwyd, 1052.

-, William, house of, St. James's Street, goods sent to, 246;

lease, houses in St. James's Street, 459.

-, -, in absence of H. Guy, 249, 379, 381, 530.

-, -, loan by, 912.

-, -, searcher, Gravesend, 117, 153, 270, 597, 612.

Shaw Farm. See Windsor.

Shawland, [co. Berks], rent out of lands near, 1024.

Shea (Sheare), Jane (Jean), beer supplied by, to the Navy at Portsmouth, 876, 888, 897, 918, 1190;

Excise debts of, 1190. Errata, 1452, 1457.

Shean, Shyan, [? East Muskerry barony], co. Cork, 281.

Sheare. See Shea.

Shedlands. See Hendregyda.

Sheen, Priory of, lands of, 1226.

- See also Richmond.

Sheepstor. See Shestow.

Sheerness, co. Kent, Lieutenant-Governor of. See Crawford, R.

sales of decayed ships and Naval stores at, 1005, 1348.

soldiers at, 572;

subsistence for, 639.

works and fortifications at, Ordnance issues for, 207, 216, 232, 246, 259, 263, 271, 283, 762, 768, 776, 782, 789, 794, 806, 814.

Sheether (Steether), John, reward for discovering persons exporting corn etc. to France, 773, 777. Errata, 1451.

Sheffield, John, Earl of Mulgrave, Marquess of Normanby, lodgings of, in Whitehall, 1287, 1313.

-, Nicholas, reward for apprehending highwayman, 524, 619.

Shefford. See West Shefford.

Sheldon (Shelden), , major, Army payment, 1206, 1403.

-, Posthumus, highwaymen apprehended by, 723.

Shell, Thomas, tenant, London, 221.

Shelley, Charles, deputy King's waiter. London port, 455;

petition for Customs employment, 478.

Shenton, , concerning Hearthmoney debts, 301.

Sheperd. See Shepherd.

Shepher, Joseph. See Shepherd.

Shepherd (Sheperd, Shepher, Sheppard, Shepherd), , Mint accounts, 1332;

allowance from profits of coining new money, 1437.

-, Anthony, lands of, Park Hill, Reigate manor, 1133, 1140.

-, Sir Fleetwod, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, 950, 996;

gold chain and badge for, 638;

loans by, 996;

keeper of the Windsor House Park, 970.

-, Joseph, allowance of imported salt, 1287.

-, Samuel, of London, merchant, goods imported by, in English ships manned by foreigners, 811, 831.

-, William, agent for prizes, Leghorn, 595.

-, -, of London, goldsmith, a receiver of the Act for duties on salt etc. for securing 1,000,000l. loans, 549.

Sheppard, Shepherd. See Shepherd.

Shepreth, Shepretts, co. Cambridge, 1025, 1026;

Flambard, Flamberd, manor in, 1026.

Shepretts. See Shepreth.

Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset, 664;

church of, 663;

manor of, 601, 6634, 855;

steward of, 664.

Sherard (Sherrard), Bennett, Lord Sherard, Custos Rotulorum, co. Rutland, 490, 1292;

Lord Lieutenant, co. Rutland, 44, 490, 1292;

Member of Parliament, co. Leicester, 1436.

-, Daniel, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, -, petition of, 28.

Sherborne (Sherbourn, Sherburne), , a traitor, apprehended, 1345.

-, Essex, surrender of place of Excise collector to son of, 824, 902;

accounts of, 1237.

-, -, son of Essex, place of Excise collector, 824, 902.

-, Gertrude, wife of Essex, concerning her husband's Excise accounts, 1237.

-, John, captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

Sheridan, Thomas, a farmer of the Irish revenue, 580.

Sherley. See Shirley.

Sherlock, Christopher, lands of, co. Kildare, forfeited, 177.

-, William, D.D., Master of the Temple, fee or annuity as, 203, 306, 633, 985, 1053.

Sherman, , Queen's pension for, 1127.

-, Charles, collector, Faversham, 954, 956, 1139.

Sherne, Henry, felon and burglar, arrested and convicted, 1136.

Sherrard. See Sherard.

Sherwood, Ralph, lease, Shippon, co. Berks, 625, 855.

-, -, father of Ralph, lease, Shippon, 855.

-, -, grandfather of Ralph, lease, Shippon, 855.

-, -, son of Ralph, lease, Shippon, 855.

-, Richard, uncle of Ralph, 855.

Sherwood Forest, co. Nottingham, Birkland and Bilhagh (Bilhay, Billhay) Hays, woodward of. See Tudsbury, W.;

felling timber in, 761, 785;

the King's progress to, works done in, issue for, 1318;

timber from, 665.

Sherwood Marsh, alias Derryontagl, Derryoulagh, King's County, 349. Errata, 1449.

Shesbell (Shabell), Hen., loans by, 907.

Sheslow. See Shestow.

Shestow, Sheslow, [? Sheepstor, co. Devon], tin-blowing house, 522. Errata, 1450.

Shields, co. Northumberland, Customs officers at, 802, 1234.

-, North and South. See North Shields;

South Shields.

Shihting, John, master of the Golden Sun, 1111.

Shillingford, alias Izard, John, petition of, for restoration of place as Yeoman Pricker to the Privy Harriers, 932.

Shinton, Alexander, grant to, of ferries in Ireland, 99.

Shipman, Dame Eliz., grant to, of light houses, Dungeness, 1358.

Shippon, Shipton, co. Berks, 625, 855, 1134;

manor of, 258, 411, 617, 790, 1226, 1231;

stewardship of. See Holloway, C.;

Wright, W.

Shipton, co. Berks. See Shippon.

-, co. Gloucester, alteration to stage to, 894.

Shipton, Alice, widow of Thomas, Army payments, 323, 526, 753, 755;

royal bounty for, 1334, 1360.

-, Thomas, collector, Whitby, 1002.

-, -, quartermaster and ensign, Army pay arrears, 323, 526, 753.

Shipwood Corner. See Biggin.

Shirley (Sherley), Thomas, master of the East India Merchant, 254.

-, -, Serjeant-at-Arms, 408, 562, 715, 735, 762, 803, 8078, 1088;

attending the Speaker of the House of Lords, 253;

loans by, 422, 8078.

Shodbrook, John, Custodiam lease, lands in Stoodleigh, 419.

-, William, Custodiam lease, lands in Stoodleigh, 419.

Shoebury, co. Essex, claim to barrels of tar on shore of, 859.

-, North and South. See North Shoebury;

south Shoebury.

Shonburg. See Schomberg.

Shootes, [co. Berks], rent out of lands in, 1023.

Shore, Sir Bartholomew, concerning the estate of Viscount Kenmure, 1404;

counsel for Colonel Purcell, 1415.

-, (Short), Matthias, King's Serjeant Trumpeter, 520. Errata, 1450.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, Customs officers at, 90, 852.

Short, , Mris., pension from the Queen for, 1128.

-, Antho., loan by, 219.

-, See also Shore.

Shorter, John, bill Payable for service of the Katherine in the West Indies, 1044.

Shorton, Thomas, collector, Wells, co. Norfolk, 567.

Shory, Thomas, distributor of, and collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Hants, 671.

Shotover and Stowood Forest, co. Oxford, lands and coppices in, grants of, 881.

Shottesbrooke, Shottesbrook, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of, 1022.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, Customs collector recommended by, 538;

prize ship delivered to, 1109.

Shrawley, Strawley, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Shrewsbury, co. Salop, commissioners of assessments in, 321;

postmaster of. See Jones, D.

St. Chad, vicar of, 278.

St. Mary, vicar of, 278.

Shrewsbury, Countess of. See Talbot, Ann.

-, Duke of. See Talbot, Charles.

Shrimpton, , lieutenant-colonel, ransom of Brigadier Salish, 607.

Shrob Walk. See Whittlewood Forest.

Shropham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments in, 598, 824.

Shropshire, county of, 72, 103, 278, 284, 467, 511.

Custos Rotulorum. See Newport, Francis, Viscount Newport, Earl of Bradford.

Excise officers, 44, 489490.

Lord Lieutenant of. See Newport, Francis, Viscount Newport, Earl of Bradford.

raising seamen in. 44, 490, 1292.

Receiver General of Assessments, 34, 152, 466, 798, 804, 933, 1307.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Hosier, G.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Cox, R.

Receiver of Taxes. See Stanyer, J.

sheriff of, payments into the Exchequer by, 665.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributor of, and collector of duty on. See Leake, W.

Shrubb, Thomas, surveyor of Excise, 170.

Shuckburgh, Shugburgh, Shukburgh. See Schuckberg.

Shute (Chute), Kath., loan by, 913.

-, Mary, loan by, 747.

-, Samuel, Surveyor of the Mews at Hampton Court, 786, 1148, 1149.

Shuyter, Bartout de, master of the St. Maria, 605.

Shyan. See Shean.

Siam, King of, war against, by East India Company, 360.

Sibertswold, Silver Diswold, co. Kent, rents of assize in, 880.

Sicily, Cicily, Italy, 151.

Sidbury. See Worcester.

Sidercum, Anthony, boatman, Rochester port, 1208.

Sidlesham, co. Sussex. Customs officers at, 53.

Sidmouth, co. Devon. Customs officers at, 956, 1213.

Sidney. See Sydney.

Siegler (Seigler), Catherine, pension from the Queen for, 1035, 1076.

-, Ursula, pension from the Queen for, 1035, 1076.

Signeret (Seignoret), Stephen, silks imported by, 741.

Silesia (Sletia), linen from, 1094;

Protestant families to be brought to Ireland from, 452.

Silian St. Sulian, St. Silling, Silian, co. Cardigan, fair at, 157, 1141.

Silly, William, outlaw, lands of, co. Cornwall, 300.

Sillyfield. See Biggin.

Silver, Ann, royal bounty for, 455, 722, 869.

-, Thomas, captain, firemaster to the Grenadiers, 607, 762, 1133, 1135;

wounds sustained at Havre de Grace, 1101;

going to Bath for cure of wounds, 1133.

Silver Diswold. See Sibertswold.

Silverdale, co. Lancaster, rents in, 1020.

Silvester (Sylvester), John, assistant to the Commissary General of the West Indies expedition, 846, 858.

Silvyus. Sir Gabriel, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168, 549.

Simball, Jno., loan by, 720.

Simcox, Hen., extraordinary tidesman, London port, 76.

-. See also Sincock.

Simonds. See Symonds.

Simonson, Simon, master of the Tunning of Tnning, 979.

Simpkins, Francis, haberdasher, hats for the Army, 291.

Simpson (Sympson), Benj., agent for prizes, Jamaica, 1261.

-, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 649, 651.

-, Jos., lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 111.

-, Lancelot, Army pay arrears of Jos. Simpson, 111.

-, -, lease, lands in Inglewood Forest, Penrith manor etc., 320, 1107, 1140, 1253, 13145.

-, Martha, royal bounty for, 2378, 245, 427, 650.

-, Math., loan by, 911.

-, Patrick, captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

-, Richard, steward of Muchland lordship, 167.

-, William, bailiff, Muchland manor, 167.

-, -, custodiam lease, lands in Harworth, 671.

Sims. See Syms.

Sinckler. See Sinclair.

Sinclair (Sinckler, Sinclare, Sincler, Sinkler), William, Army clothing, 111, 117, 247, 270, 637, 968.

Sincler. See Sinclair.

Sincock, Robert, captain, commander of the Tyger prize, 1216.

-. See also Simcox.

Singleton, Luke, landwaiter, London port, 999, 1132, 1311.

Sinkler. See Sinclair.

Sirior, Sirrivor, co. Denbigh, farm of lands in, 1050.

Sirrivor. See Sirior.

Sisson, Thomas, concerning lands in co. Meath, 1332.

Sittingbourne, co. Kent, 155.

Sizer, , claim to Major J. Morgan's Army pay, 1239.

-, Roger, acting as deputy to Earl of Ranelagh in paying the Forces in Flanders, 2334.

Skeel. See Scheel.

Skeffington, , colonel, regiment of, 260.

-, John, Viscount Massereene, petition of, 580.

Skenfrith, co. Monmouth, hundred of, 283;

Mill, 1020.

Skibcow, Skibeon. See Ysceibion.

Skingsley, Jeremiah, second clerk to the Warden of the Mint, 412.

Skinner, , money for his entertainment to represent consul at Algiers, 1338.

-, -, repairs at Limerick, 12.

-, John, tidesman, Falmouth, 1237.

Skipwith, Thomas, master keeper, Hainault Walk, Waltham Forest, 9.

Skybcon, Skybeon. See Ysceibion.

Slade, Abraham, clerk, going to Leeward Islands as chaplain, issues to Dr. Hoddy for, 1240, 1276.

Slane, co. Meath, 82;

barony of, 82, 316, 493, 639, 1012;

manor of, 82.

Slane, Lord. See Fleming, Christopher;

Fleming, William.

Slaney, Abel, of London, woollen draper, Army clothing, 625, 644;

patent for coining copper farthings and halfpence, 459, 624, 666, 796;

office of, in Angel Court, 796.

Slater, James. See Salter, James.

Slealands. See Netherby.

Sleap, Salop, co. Salop, village of, lease of lands in, 215.

Slethwood, New Forest. See New Forest.

Sletia. See Silesia.

Sligo, county of, farmer of Hearthmoney in. See Jones, L.

Sligo, co, Sligo, collector of. See Phillips, R.

garrison of, 825, 1315;

establishment, detailed, 1037.

Governor of, salary of, 1037, See also Blayney, William, Lord Blayney.

Lieutenant-Governor of. See Faucille, R. la.

Slingsby (Slingesby), Arthur, royal bounty for, 1321, 1325.

-, Sir Charles, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168, 684, 771, 841. 987.

-, Elizabeth, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168.

-, Mallet, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168.

-, Lady [Mary], pension from the Queen for, 1129.

Slocomb, , agent for prizes, Messina, 1261.

Slow, Jeremiah, watchman, London port, 640.

Slowly, Robert, captain, commander of a Guernsey privateer, 503.

Small, Garret, bills of, payment of, 1077, 1078.

Smallbones, James, postillion to the Queen, 1036.

Smallcounty, co. Limerick, barony of, 981.

Smallpeece, Thomas, surety for D. Searle, 18.

Smart, John, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 1200.

-, Mary, widow of Robert, husband's Army pay arrears, 219.

-, Robert, lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 219.

Smartfoot, Francis, at the Red Ball, Little Wood Street, caveat concerning invention of a sea-crab, 996.

Smeathurst, Robert, extraordinary watchman and watchman-in-fee, London port, 1207.

Smewing, Elkanah, highwayman, 117.

Smisby. See Smithsby.

Smith (Smyth), , account required of debts of the Privy Purse, 815.

-, -, captain, brewer at Hampton, 161.

-, -, captain, master of the London Merchant, 444.

-, -, captain, master of the Rebecca, 411.

-, -, captain, troop in Col. Fitzharding's regiment, 890.

-, -, Father, missionary for the English Seminary Priests in Douai College, lands in trust for, 591.

-, -, grant to, by Charles I., of messuages, wharves etc. at Stepney, 268.

-, -, lands of, in Swords, 364.

-, -, one of the King's master cooks, 860.

-, , tenant, house in Pall Mall Field, 113.

-, Aaron, Treasury Solicitor, 5, 8, 38, 48, 49, 54, 57, 59, 60, 63, 81, 94, 1112, 146, 149, 200, 212, 217, 222, 229, 251, 258, 273, 292, 321, 359, 365, 381, 389, 403, 405, 412, 413, 414, 447, 449, 451, 461, 464, 478, 480, 482, 502, 510, 516, 527, 548, 567, 575, 596, 610, 627, 628, 637, 647, 660, 685, 707, 710, 711, 717, 759, 778, 783, 818, 824, 843, 854, 877, 903, 954, 997, 1087, 1154, 1196, 1205, 1251, 1303, 1335, 1346, 1364, 1370, 1372, 1381, 1391, 1393, 1403, 1418, 1434, 1435.

accounts required from, 291, 929, 986, 996.

issues to, for Crown Law charges etc., 27, 78, 80, 165, 197, 200, 203, 247, 250, 288, 294, 324, 332, 413, 477, 557, 559, 630, 633, 637, 665, 669, 693, 695, 709, 710, 716, 721, 743, 746, 747, 782, 801, 822, 875, 877, 943, 946, 1061, 1084, 1090, 1113, 1123, 1133, 1157, 1161, 1188, 1196, 1245, 1372, 1394.

loans by, 413, 427.

-, -, See also Arrowsmith.

-, Adam, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, Arrow. See Arrowsmith.

-, Bernard, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Charles, cornet, former Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

-, David, owner of the William and John of Belfast, tobacco landed at Belfast, 879, 899.

-, Edward, collector's place, Deal, 460.

-, -, master of the Redbridge, 175, 375.

-, Eliza., loan by, 909.

-, Elizabeth, brewhouse in Fleet Ditch let to, 713.

-, Fra., Serjeant-at-Arms to the Council of the Marches in Wales, 534.

-, Henry, Army clothing, 641.

-, -, losses incurred at postponement of installations to the Order of the Garter, 824, 869.

-, -, reward for good services, 155.

-, Hugh, waterman, employed at the stern of a Virginia ship, 1312.

-, James, customer, Chichester port, 1264, 12756. See also Smith, John.

-, Sir John, of Isleworth, baronetcy fee, discharge of, 614, 639.

-, John, a Treasury Lord, 674, 798, 861, 969, 1125, 1217, 1271, 13651443 passim.

-, -, captain, in Duke of Schomberg's regiment, 1149.

-, -, clerk, royal bounty for charges of going to Barbados as chaplain, 576.

-, -, convicted for counterfeiting, 1217.

-, -, customer, Chichester port, 1248. See also Smith, James.

-, -, debts of the Royal Gardens, account required of, 815;

issue to, for the Royal Gardens, 1104.

-, -, fee farm rents, Conington, 1026.

-, -, loans by, 676, 677, 700, 914, 917.

-, -, of Southampton, brewer, Excise duties, 118.

-, -, Page of the Bedchamber, issues to, for washing sheets for the Gentlemen and Grooms of the Bedchamber, 115, 970, 13223.

-, -, pension from the Queen for, 1132, 1259.

-, -, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, co. Middlesex etc., accounts of, to be stated, 185;

concerning opposition to a grant to Earl of Portland, 1407, 1410;

payments by, out of profits of the estate of the Marquess of Powis, 74, 185, 197, 200, 284, 452, 454, 899, 905, 943.

undersheriff, London and Middlesex, 830, 943, 966;

concerning value etc. of clippings etc. in sheriff's accounts, 1382.

-, -, receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954;

[a director of the Bank of England], 1421.

-, -, ship and goods purchased by, seized, 1210.

-, -, tidesman, London port, 48.

-, -, visitor and governor of the William and Mary College, Virginia, 245;

lands of, Virginia, 25.

-, -, watchman, London port, 403.

-, Joseph, tidesman-in-fee, London port, 800.

-, Marshal, proposal to carry letters etc. for the Post Office, 835.

-, Mary, widow, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 116.

-, Matthew, reward for apprehending C. Goodman, 1362.

-, Meshach (Melshach, Michael), vicar of Hendon, 442, 530. Errata, 1450 (bis).

-, Michael, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 116.

-, -. See also Smith, Meshach.

-, Nicholas, lands in Egham manor, 482.

-, Rebecca, widow of Thomas, reward for apprehending murderer of her husband, 852, 860.

-, Richard, chief boatman, Chichester and Littlehampton ports, 1348.

-, -, going to the Plantations as chaplain, issue for, 680.

-, -, loans by, 260.

-, -, of London, goldsmith, receiver of the Act for duties on salt etc. for securing 1,000,000l. loans, 549.

-, -, robbery on the highway, 830.

-, Sir Robert, felling trees in the New Forest, 505, 507.

-, Simon, going to Jamaica (Plantations) as chaplain, issues for, 865, 870, 875.

-, -, Knight Harbinger, 122, 128, 557, 559, 722, 735.

-, Thomas, constable in St. Giles's, Westminster, murdered by highwaymen, 852.

-, -, goods seized by, 481.

-, -, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 130.

-, -, loan by, 916.

-, -, surety for J. Kirwan, prosecuted in the Exchequer Court, Ireland, 1328.

-, -, tidesurveyor, Falmouth port, 144.

-, -, Yeoman of the Carriages to the Queen, 1035, 1075;

bill of, payment of, 1078.

-, Sir William, lease, tithes in Dinton, co. Bucks, 663.

-, William, alias Kirkham, highwayman, 1136.

-, -, convicted at Aylesbury for counterfeiting, 1260.

-, -, major, in Col. Z. Tiffin's regiment, 366, 409, 419, 424.

-, -, merchant, ships of, taken by the French, 282;

in prison for Customs debts, 282, 366, 530.

-, -, Receiver General and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 35, 58, 122, 433, 676, 697, 701, 708, 724, 997, 1354;

loans by 433, 441, 688, 701, 706, 724, 1354.

-, William Bache, payment for work done in Old Park, Richmond, 131.

Smithsby (Smisby), Rabsy, royal bounty for, 722, 869.

Smithstown, Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny, 994.

-, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 616.

Smithys, Nicho., tenant, Greenwich, 797.

Smyrna, 1116, 1159;

galls from, 1121, 1186, 1205;

ships from, 1186;

ships to, 1072, 1086, 1094.

Smyth. See Smith.

Snailwell, Snelwell, co. Cambridge, rent for the View of Frankpledge of 1026.

Snape (Snapes), Andrew, servant to the Queen, 1075;

bill of, payment of, 1076;

lease, Blackheath, 756, 838;

shoeing etc. horses in Holland etc., 496.

Snead, co. Montgomery, 1056.

Snelgrove, Ed., shipbuilder, shipbuilding yard in Wapping, 1225.

Snell, George, counterfeiter of seal of Secretary of State apprehended by, reward for, 464, 626.

Snellart (Snellerd), Lenard (Lenaard, Lenderd, Lendert), Queen's coachman, 1035, 1075. Errata, 1454, 1456.

Snellerd. See Snellart.

Snelwell. See Snailwell.

Snow, Rodia, loan by, 908.

-, William, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 1200.

-, -, Groom of the Queen's Great Chamber, 1034, 1074.

Soame (Soam, Soames), , apothecary to the Household, 991, 1096;

to attend the campaign in Flanders, 1040.

-, Sir William, goods out of the Great Wardrobe for, 462.

Soan, Soane. See Sone.

Solmes, Count [Ludovicus Henricus] de, returned from Ireland, 66.

Solom, Solam, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343, 486.

Solport, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343, 486;

Shanks, alias Raburnehall in, 486,

Somaster, Samuel, landwaiter, Exeter port. 1091;

ditto, Liverpool port, 701.

Somer Islands. See Bermudas.

Somers (Sommers, Summers), Henry, permit to export a bell to Muscovy, 1135.

-, Sir John, Attorney General, 13, 49, 88, 93, 132, 408, 410, 4059;

Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, 277, 396, 524, 601, 615, 623, 796, 1167, 1342;

lands granted to, in trust, for the erection of Greenwich Hospital, 796, 926;

loans by, 408, 410, 422, 536;

rooms of, in Whitehall, 1342.

Somerset, county of, 596, 601, 663, 705, 855, 1124, 1142, 1172, 1363.

Excise collector in. See Allen, J.

raising seamen in, 46, 488, 902, 1290.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 34, 152, 318, 335, 390, 420, 465, 527, 590, 701, 851, 933, 1155, 1308.

Receiver General of Crown Revenues. See Bennett, J.;

Rudge, T.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Brawne, C.

receivers of fee farm rents in.

See Bennett, J.;

Bennett, T. sheriff of. See Bampfield, W. silver ore mine discovered in, 670.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributor of, and collector of duty on. See Babb, ;

Burton, H.

Vice-Admiral of. See Phillips, Sir E.

Somerset, Duke of. See Seymour, Edward.

Somerset, Henry, 1st Duke of Beaufort, Lord President of Wales, 79, 89. 234;

caveat concerning grant of estate of Marquess of Powis, 1014.

Somerset House. See London and Westminsterstreets etc. in.

Somersham, co. Huntingdon, manor of, 505, 523, 538, 643.

Sommers. See Somers.

Sone (Soan, Soane), Francis, farmer of the Irish revenue, 580.

-, John, master of transport ship, money due to, 12;

master of the Jeffery, 254.

Sonniers (Sonnius, Sunneas, Sunneno), [Frederick], Keeper of the King's Pictures etc., issue to, for pictures, 1096;

room for, in Whitehall, 1313. Errata, 1457.

Sonnius. See Sonniers.

Sosa, Don Simon de, envoy from the King of Portugal, diamond ring for, 627.

Sothell, Seth, captive at Algiers, redemption of, 256;

going to Carolina as governor, 256.

Sotherne. See Southern.

Sound, The, Denmark, boatmen to prevent ships entering during siege of Ratzeburg, 614;

ships stop at, for want of convoy, 832.

South, , captain, in Duke of Leinster's regiment, 299.

-, Humphrey, loans by, 911, 938.

-, Samuel, agent for the East India Company, 1211.

-, Thomas, landwaiter, London port, 1252, 1266.

-, -, master of the Chamber frigate, 409.

South Shields, co. Durham, collection of Salt Duty at, 692.

South Shoebury, co. Essex, 875.

Southack, Cyprian, master of the Friends' Adventure, 462, 472.

Southampton, county of, 194, 623, 759, 1009.

Auditor of, 241, 507.

Excise collectors, 1258.

Hearthmoney collector. See Danvers, C.

Hundred Court in, kept for the sheriff's tourn, 1333.

raising seamen in, 46, 488, 901, 1290.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 152, 464, 467, 590, 678, 706, 759, 870, 934, 1237 (Errata, 1457), 1308.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Cobb, T.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Cotter, G.

Receiver of Crown Revenues. See Rudge, T.

sheriffs of, 1333.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributors of, and collectors of duty on. See Burwood, P.;

Shory, T.

Vice-Admiral of. See Poulett, Charles, Marquess of Winchester.

Southampton, co. Southampton, brewers of, Excise debts of, 118.

Commissioners of Assessments for, 706.

Customers of, 581.

Customs House at, 1155.

Customs officers at, 334, 1126.

Excise collector, to receive seamen, 49.

Post House at, 335.

Southampton, Duke of. See Fitzroy, Charles.

-, Earl of. See Wriothesley, Thomas.

Southchurch, co. Essex, claim to barrels of tar on shore of, 859.

Southern (Sotherne), Geo., commander of the Beeston, 2.

-, James, Secretary to the Admiralty, 93, 118, 203, 208, 228, 324, 351, 414, 447, 454, 469, 527, 623, 733.

Southfield, Southfeild. See Eton.

Southwark, co. Surrey, 1219, 1399.

Crane, the, tenement, 881.

inquisition taken at, 898.

King's Bench, the, tenement, 881.

Pike Garden, the, 881.

Receiver General of Assessments, 152, 466, 590, 933, 1308.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Potts, S.

Southwell, co. Nottingham, lectures by the Archbishop of York, 96;

School, annuity for schoolmaster of, 955, 974.

Southwell, Sir Robert, Commissioner of Customs, 739, 1358;

[Principal Secretary of State for Ireland]. 10;

houses and land in Old Spring Garden, 576, 1243, 1300.

-, Sir Thomas, French Protestants transported to Ireland by, 317, 1155, 1158, 1391;

royal bounty for, 163. 167, 246, 247.

Southwick, co. Northampton, 1055.

Southwood, Hulbert, comptroller and searcher, Brighton and Shoreham, 852.

Sow, manor of. See St. Thomas.

SPAIN, 1261.

affairs in, relating to the Post Office, 1136.

agent and consul from. See Guerra, Don P. de la.

agent in. See Aglionby, W.

agents for prizes in places adjacent to Alicante in. See Ayles, T.;

Fetherston, H.

ambassador from, deceased wife of, to be interred in Flanders, 306;

house of, in Great Queen Street, 306;

permit to export two bells, 369. See also Ronquillo, Don P. de.

ambassador to, from the States General, goods of, going to, 606, 929;

See also Citters, A. van.

bill of exchange payable in, 499.

chocolate from. re-export of, 84, 129.

coast of, ships wrecked on, 840, 950.

consent by Spaniards to the coining at Brussels of money like that of Flanders, 1373.

convoy for, 1253.

English merchants in, to furnish credit for Navy Victualling, 669.

English seamen taken by the French and set on shore in, 169.

envoy extraordinary from, to the Emperor of Germany. See Albizu, Don J. A. D'.

envoy to. See Stanhope, A.

fruit from, 717, 940.

intended embassy to, 406.

King of, 129, 1309.

merchants trading to, 940, 12523.

officers, in Flanders, horses exported for, 370.

Plantation of, goods from, in Spanish shipping, 1098.

Queens of, two, presents from, for their Majesties, 22930.

ships for, 289, 2945, 375;

embargo removed from, 430;

time limit extended for clearing with convoy, 12523;

taken by the French, re-taken by Spaniards, 717, 940.

ships from, 2, 169, 1214, 1225.

silk from, re-export of. 129.

soap from, 323.

wine from, 323, 717, 940;

French wine brought to England as. 1413.

Spalden, Nicholas, debts due to, from the Stables, 531, 678, 1076, 1079.

Spalding, co. Lincoln, 608, 810;

collector of. See Dowse, S.;

Johnsonxs, M.

Spanish West Indies, ships for, 56.

Sparke, Eliz., loan by, 907.

Sparkes (Sparks), Thomas, convicted for exporting corn etc. to France, 773, 777, 800, 1372.

Sparkstown, Deece barony, co. Meath, 178.

Sparrow, , Mris., daughter of, pension from the Queen for, 1128.

-, Randolph, Groom of the Great Chamber to the Queen, 1034, 1074.

-, Richard, servant to the Groom Porter, attendance on the House of Lords and the Prince of Baden, 1193.

Spateman, John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Derby, 934.

Speights Bay, Spights Bay, Barbados, receiver and collector at, 447.

Speke. Hugh, smuggled goods discovered by, 1087, 1108.

Spence. Adam, master of the William and James, 175.

-, Ferrand, pension for, 1306.

Spenceley, William, agent for Colonel W. Lloyd's regiment, 1045, 1159;

agent for Brigadier R. Leveson's regiment. 1045.

Spencer., tenant of the Unicorn Inn, Pall Mall Field. 113.

-, Alexander, a volunteer, 95.

-, Ann, Countess of Sunderland, goods for, 382, 662;

house of, in St. James's Square, 662.

-, Gilbert, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Kent, 33, 151, 4645, 589, 933, 1147, 1189, 1206, 1241, 1307;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Kent, 1041;

loan by, 907.

-, John, loan by, 915.

-, Laurence, prosecuted for burglary, 815.

-, Robert, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, grant to, of quit rents, Ireland, by Charles II., 206;

grant to C. Toll of 1,000l. per an. on annuity to, 683.

-, -, Hearthmoney collector, 52.

Spendlove, Francis, comptroller, Yarmouth port, 274.

Spicer, Christopher, bill of, payment of, 1077.

-, John, loan by, 914.

Spights Bay. See Speights Bay.

Spillman, , books etc. relating to licences on Hackney Coaches etc., 662.

Spital Street, Spittle Street, co. Berks, rent payable by the tithing men of, 1023.

Spithead, ships from America at, 367;

rendezvous for convoy to Western ports, 1212.

Spittle Street. See Spital Street.

Spittlefields, Chelsea. See Chelsea.

Spooner, Peter, waiter and searcher, Wells, co. Norfolk, 1262, 1276.

Sporr. John, reward for apprehending a burglar. 815.

Sprake, Edward, tidesman, Topsham, 873.

Sprigg, Thomas, supervisor of tinblowing houses, cos. Cornwall and Devon, 522, 523, 524.

Spry, Arthur, farmer of tin, Duchy of Cornwall, 162.

-, George, lease, Killaton and Moresh manors, 79.

- John, lease, tenements in Boyton, 567.

-, Thomas, collector at Penryn, 1002.

Spurrell, , captain, master of the King David, 411.

Spurwaie, Samuel, commissary of the stores, Londonderry, 56.

Squand, , tenant, house in London, 113.

Squibb, Arnold, Clerk of the Nichils, 74, 874, 1168.

-, John, lease, Charing Cross, 79, 246, 341, 437.

-, Lawrence, a Teller of the Exchequer, 479.

-, Robert, deputy to the Treasury Secretary, 28, 124, 522, 537;

Receiver of Benevolence money collected for the redemption of English captives in Barbary, 255, 793, 1099;

Receiver of First Fruits and Tenths, 762, 7856, 793, 803;

clerk to one of the Tellers of the Receipt, 1360.

executors of, accounts to be made up, 793, 1099, 1168;

moneys in hands of, payments out of, 785, 803, 1374;

process for recovery issued against, 1360.

Squire (Squier), Hugh, loans by, 182, 429, 908.

-, William, of Londonderry, merchant, remission of tobacco duty, 235.

Sragh, Forth barony, co. Carlow, 316.

Staccumny. See Stacumny.

Stace. See Stacy.

Stacey. See Stacy.

Stackallan, Upper Slane barony, co. Meath, 82.

Stacumny, Staccumny, South Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Stacy (Stace, Stacey), Abraham, high-wayman, 524.

-, Edmund, reward for apprehending J. Courtney, 1345, 1362.

-, Richard, master bricklayer to the Works, 928.

Stadalt, Stidalt, Upper Duleek barony, co. Meath, 177.

Stade, Sweden, 581, 585.

- See also Stead.

Staffield, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343.

Stafford, county of, 689, 779, 872.

clippers and coiners in, 166.

Constables of, 518,

Crown Revenues in, pension out of, 516;

Deputy Auditor of. See Marriott, M.

Custos Rotulorum. See Paget, William, Lord Paget.

Excise officers in, 44, 489490.

inquisition taken in, 592.

Lord Lieutenant of. See Paget, William, Lord Paget.

raising seamen in, 44, 490, 1292.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Green, W.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 151, 229, 297 298, 390, 465, 466, 518, 519, 590, 621, 674, 934, 1307.

sheriff of. See Taylor, J.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributors of, and collectors of duty on. See Dunster, J.;

Neville, G.

superstitious lands in, 415, 5902.

undersheriff of. See Blackmore, J.

Stafford, co. Stafford, 592;

highwaymen convicted at, 1310.

Stafford, Viscount. See Howard, William.

-, Viscountess. See Howard, Mary.

Stafford, Jos., East India Company assisted by, 361.

Stafford Castle, co. Stafford, grant of, 590.

Stagges of Broadhaven. See Broadhaven.

Staggins, Nicholas, Master of the King's Music, to prepare vocal music for the solemnity of her Majesty's internment, 890.

Staines, Samuel, East India Company assisted by, 361.

Stainton Leize, co. Cumberland, 1314.

Stair, Viscount. See Dalrymple, James.

Stamford, Earl of. See Grey, Thomas.

Stamp, Anth., ensign, half pay, 98.

Stanborough, co. Devon, hundred of, duplicates of the assessments in, 747.

Stamncomb (Stancombe), Henry, of Bristol, grocer, tobacco bonds, 435, 698, 761;

coast bond, 1007.

Standish, Patrick, reward for apprehending highwaymen, 1217.

Stanhope, Alexander, Envoy Extraordinary to Spain, 121, 138, 674, 676, 844, 1010, 1080, 1156, 1309;

loans by, 138, 676, 1080, 1311.

Stanier. See Stanyer.

Stanion. See Stanyon.

Stanlake, , Hearthmoney collector, 301.

Stanley (Stanly), Elizabeth, Countess of Derby, Groom of the Stole to the Queen, 937, 939, 1043, 1074;

Lady of the Queen's Robes, 1043;

bills signed by, 10767;

grant of plate and jewels to trustees for use of, 1043.

-, Frances, widow of N. Weston, Army pay arrears of husband, 344, 363.

-, James, colonel, Groom of the Bedchamber, 34, 35, 563, 973;

regiment of, 21, 92, 102, 118 (wrongly printed [Lord] Stanley), 251, 640, 658, 1045;

agent for. See Moult, J.

-, John, a commissioner for duties on stamped vellum etc., 618, 697.

-, -, Cup Bearer to the Queen, 1034, 1074.

-, Richard, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, Sir Rowland, a prisoner in the Tower, 897.

-, William, Earl of Derby, issues to, for the poor ministers of the Isle of Man, 83, 84, 183, 188, 1218;

to have no power or benefit from plate etc. granted for use of Elizabeth, Countess of Derby, 1043.

-, -, D.D., Clerk of the Closet to the Queen, 1035, 1075;

gift of plate from the Queen, at christening of his child, 773, 853;

issues to, for the Queen's pensioners, 1129, 1132, 1259;

pension for, 1035.

-, Sir William, forfeited lands, in Passio Almer, co. Denbigh, 1048.

Stanton, , of London, experiment with fullers' earth, 374.

Stanyer (Stanier), John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Salop, 462, 798, 804, 865.

-, Samuel. of London. merchant, petition of, for the Princess private man-of-war to go to the Straits, 365.

Stanyon (stanion), , accusations against Captain G. St. Loe, 306.

-, Lawrence, a farmer of the Revenue. Ireland, 451, 575, 580.

Stapeley. See Stapley.

Stapleford. See Stapleford Abbots.

Stapleford Abbots, Stapleford, co. Essex, 25. Errata, 1447;

common of, 26.

Stapleton, John lease, Benefield, co. northants, 757, 1009, 1055.

-, -, petition for payment for services of the Conquest of London, 36.

Stapley (Stapeley), Sir John, reversion of interest in office of surveyor of petty Customs, London port, 1001.

Starcross. co. Devon. Customs officers at, 640.

Starke, Robert, waiter and searcher, Whitby, 574.

-, Thomas, ship of, driven ashore at Carrickfergus, 84, 96.

Starkey, Henry, appointed collector or customer of petty Customs and keeper of the cocquet seal, London port, 890, 1157:

dispute concerning, 936, 1320.

-, Richard, of London, merchant, goods lost at sea, 976.

-, William, reward for apprehending J. Smith, 1217.

Starrs, Edmd., and company, shipowners, ship hired from. 734.

Startre. See Sartre.

Staten Island, America, lands and soil and quit rents in, grants of, 206, 2389, 249, 757, 1191, 1192;

grant of, prejudicial to safety and trade of New York, 1192;

suggested erection of, as a manor with Courts Baron and Courts Leet etc., 1192.

States General. See Holland.

Stawell (Stowell), Lady Margaret. loans by, 443, 908.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Devon, 588, 934, 1299;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Devon, 1041.

Stead (Stade, Stede, Steed, Steede), Sir Edwyn, collector of Plantation Duty, Barbados, 447, 1171.

Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Barbados, 447, 1171.

Deputy Governor of Barbados, 95.

loans by, 917.

memorial from, 446.

Receiver of the Casual Revenues, Barbados, 187, 4489, 553, 558, 584, 887, 1240;

actions brought against, 801, 818;

deputy to. See Whetstone, J.

-, John, Comptroller of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, and Comptroller of the Plantation Duty, Barbados, 510, 1242.

Stede. See Stead.

Stedman, Francis, lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 272.

-, Mary, widow of Francis, husband's Army pay arrears, 84, 272;

royal bounty for, 1008, 1123, 1165, 1271, 1319, 1386, 1432.

-, Thomas, tenant of the Golden Lion, London, 221.

Steed, Steede. See Stead.

Steele (Steel), , garden of, London, 542.

-, John, watchman-in-fee, London port, 1212.

Steenbach (Steenboch, Steinboch, Stenboe, Stenbuck), Count [Magnus], regiment of, 509, 578, 607, 612, 644, 767, 775, 785, 851, 857, 937, 972, 1286, 1427. Errata, 1450, 1451.

-, Countess, house of, goods from Sweden sent to, 472. Errata, 1450.

Steerum. See Stirum.

Steether. See Sheether.

Steinboch, Steinbock. See Steenbach.

Stenboe, Stenbock, Stenbuck. See Steenbach.

Stephens (Stevens), , widow of Anthony, concerning disposal of Navy money, 1083, 1378, 1383, 1386.

-, Anthony, Auditor of Crown Revenues, 653, 975, 1095, 1209, 1226, 1373;

Cashier to the Treasurer of the Navy, 106, 123, 170, 230, 275, 309, 322, 372, 487, 728, 731, 753, 754, 941, 953, 999, 1064, 1175, 1369, 1373;

loans by, 260, 695.

-, Gyles (Guleys), lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 1269, 1279, 1281.

-, Henry, tenant, Climsland Prior manor, 1134.

-, -, waiter, searcher and deputy to the patent searcher, Poulton port, 1342.

-, John, captain, commander of a privateer belonging to Guernsey, 503.

-, -, petition for renewal of lease in Richmond Old Park, 1353.

-, -, royal bounty for, 455, 722, 869.

-, Robert, a messenger to look after the printing press, 237, 245, 456, 718, 1062, 1087, 1096.

-, William, arrested for highway robbery, 1121.

Stephenson (Stevenson), , agent for Lord Strathnaver's regiment, 1046.

-, Robert, of Hampton Court, Army debt, III.

Stepkin, Peter, reward for discovering Recusants' Fines etc., 61.

Stepney, co. Essex, grant of houses, wharves etc. in, 268.

Stepney, George, agent or resident at the Court of Brandenburg, 101, 121, 128, 141;

agent or resident at the Court of the Emperor of Germany, 101, 121, 141, 330, 332, 338, 346, 347, 408, 421, 606, 609, 611, 673, 676, 757, 844, 8489, 853;

envoy extraordinary to the Princes of Germany on the Rhine, 1248, 1304, 1310, 1357;

envoy to Dresden, 570, 574, 942, 951, 984;

minister at the Courts of the Elector of Saxony and the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 848, 853, 1136, 1154, 1157, 1304, 1368;

goods of, going to Holland, 861, 1248;

loans by, 429, 676, 688, 854, 1162, 1310;

lodgings of, at the Black Boy, Scotland Yard, 861.

-, John, a farmer of the Irish revenue, 101, 114.

-, Jos., commissioner for forfeitures, Ireland, 887.

-, Joseph, petition for forfeited lands, Ireland, 1319.

Sterman. See Sturman.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Stevenage (Stevenay), William, reward for apprehending B. Blair, 1345, 1362.

Stevenay. See Stevenage.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stevenson. See Stephenson.

Steventon, Eliz., widow, keeper of the Post Office at Drayton, 284.

-, John, of Hayden Yard, Minories, surety for E. Mompesson, 560.

Steward. See Stewart.

Stewart (Steuart, Steward, Stuart), , Mris., pension from the Queen for, 1129.

-, -, brother of Lord Mount-joy, pension from the Queen for, 1128, 1132;

the King's scholar, 1132.

-, Alexander, Deputy Lieutenant of the Irish Ordnance, petition for forfeited lands, Ireland, 1347.

-, Frances Theresa, Dowager Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, annuity in trust for, 137, 138.

-, Jane, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 239, 2678.

-, Mary, wife of Viscount Mount-joy, royal bounty for children of, 363, 368, 649.

-, William, 1st Viscount Mount-joy, Master of the Ordnance, Ireland, 22.

-, -, 2nd Viscount Mount-joy, Army payment for, 10;

regiment of, raised in Ireland, 631, 657, 6723, 692, 937, 9412, 948, 966, 1106, 1143;

brother of, Queen's pension for, 1132;

petition for grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 9801;

petition for grant of 1,000 l. per an. out of forfeited lands, Ireland, 1254.

-, -, brigadier or colonel, 547, 1116;

agent for regiment of. See Wilkes, J.;

expedition to the Straits, 928, 1131, 1264, 1402, 1421;

pay for, 502, 727, 939, 1241, 1296, 1414;

regiment of, 249, 397, 399, 467, 476, 484, 488, 500, 513, 523, 546, 571, 578, 598, 617, 632, 737, 775, 794, 857, 867, 874, 877, 946, 1046, 1297;

regiments brought from Ireland by, 502, 510;

tenant, lands in Ireland, 925.

-, -, lieutenant, at Limerick, royal bounty for, 236;

Army pay for, 776.

-, -, loans by, 911, 915.

-, -, petition for reinstatement in Customs employment, 1312.

Steyn, Baron, envoy from the Prince of Baden, secret service payment for, 1040.

Stich, , cornet, in Colonel Godfrey's regiment, 8.

Stidalt. See Stadalt.

Stiggins, William, concerning complaint against woodward of New Forest, 365.

Stiles. See Styles.

Stillingfleet, George, lease, Portland manor, 403, 431, 437;

stewardship of Portland Island, 431.

Stirke (Stirk, Sturk), John, keeper of a Walk in Salcey Forest, 62, 1326.

Stiruin. See Stirum.

Stirum (Steerum, Stiruin), Mesdames de, pension from the Queen for, 1128.

-, [Elisabeth Phillippina, gravin van Limburg-Bronckhorst-], Lady, [lady of the Queen's Bedchamber], gift of gilt plate for, 1095.

Stistead, , captain, information unde Act of Frauds brought by, 99

Stoaks, Stoakes. See Stokes.

Stock (Stocks, Stooks), John, loan b 913. Errata, 1452.

Stockbridge, Geo., father of John, 17.

-, John, son of Geo., lands called Rose Trees, in trust for, 17.

Stockdale, Christopher. See Walters, C.

Stockham, , Dr., loans by, 914, 915.

Stockholm, Sweden, agent at the Court of. See Robinson, J.;

bills of exchange drawn from, 1278, 1344, 1434, 1439;

ship of, 327.

Stockhouse, William, lands near Clitheroe, 809.

Stocklinch, co. Somerset, 1363.

Stocknort. See Stockport.

Stockport, Stocknort, co. Chester, lease of lands in, 2201.

Stockport, co. Lancaster, inhabitants of, quartering troops, 171, 440, 457.

Stocks. See Stock.

Stockton, co. Durham. Customs officers at, 53, 872;

goods shipped at, 1011;

ship from, 430.

-, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Stockton, Ralph, place of stamper in office of commissioners of stamped vellum, 966.

-, William, concerning excise of beer, 389.

Stockwith, co. Lincoln, lease of lands in, 423.

Stoke Climsland, Stoke Clinsland, co. Cornwall, manor of, moor stone quarries in, 1134, 1254. Errata, 1457.

Stoke Lyne, co. Oxford, 967.

Stoke Poges, co. Bucks, burglary at, 532, 684, 722.

Stoker, , alderman, tenant, Drogheda, 316.

Stokes (Stoaks, Stoakes), Ann, exchange of tin farthings, 975.

-, Nicholas, quartermaster. pay arrears, 50.

-, Thomas, loans by, 268, 429.

-, William, executor of, 418.

-, -, landwaiter, Southampton port, 1126.

Stokes Bay, ships stranded at, 6, 202.

Stone (Scone), -, tenant, Gravel Pits, London, 541.

-, Francis Le Pierre (Paire, Peire), alias Lapaire, La Pierre, estate of, bequeathed to alien enemies, 1116, 1170, 1303, 1384;

will of, 1387.

-, John, Commissioner for Stating the Accounts of the Army in Ireland, 157.

Stonegrave, co. York, 486.

Stonehall, in Harston, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent for, 1025.

Stonehouse, Francis, renewal of lost money order, 616, 649.

-, Sarah, renewal of lost money order, 616, 649.

-, William, boatman, Stockton, 53.

Stony Stratford, co. Bucks, 1085, 1235.

Stoodleigh, co. Devon, lease of lands in, 419.

Stooks. See Stock.

Stoqui. See Stow cum Quy.

Storck (Storke), Derrick, coachman to the King, 6.

Storey (Story), George, chaplain, Army pay arrears, 54, 147, 148.

-, Richard, lease, Howend and Chapel Town, 17.

-, Samuel, Deputy Comptroller of Excise, 829, 1008, 1386.

-, -, Treasury caveat, 1277.

-, William, keeper of birds and beasts in St. James's Park, 671, 1096, 1105, 1318.

Storke. See Storck.

Storker, Capel, ensign, Army pay arrears, 286.

Story. See Storey.

Stoughton, William, chaplain to regiments of Colonels Langston and Venner, 280, 284, 294, 297, 805.

Stourbridge, co. Worcester, deputy postmaster at. See Price, T.

Stow, John, captain, a conspirator, apprehended, 1362.

Stow cum Quy, Stoqui, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent for, 1026.

Stowell. See Stawell.

Stowood. See Shotover and Stowood.

Stracer, William, East India Company assisted by, 361.

Stracey, Benj., master of the Josiah yacht, 360.

Stradling, Mansell, searcher, Cardiff port, 770.

Straffan, North Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

STRAITS, THE, embargo on, 353.

expedition to, 918.

fleets or squadrons in and going to, 1404;

bills of exchange for disbursements for, 1144, 1390;

issues for, 949, 1207:

provisions for, 422;

ship, sailing with, 409;

ships companies from and joining, issue for, 1185;

victualling of, issue for, 1169.

goods for, seized by the French, 924, 931, 9612, 979, 1082, 1086.

goods from, 1262.

men going to, Navy issue for provisions for, 874.

merchants trading to, extention of time limit for clearing ships from Gravesend, 12523. ports in, 366.

regiments in and going to, account required of moneys due to, 1264, 1421;

officers of, 918, 1402;

subsistence for, issues for, 883, 1116, 1131, 1186, 1206, 1207.

ship from, 1262.

ships going to, 353, 365, 391, 422, 430;

taken by the French, 924, 931, 9612, 979, 1072, 1086.

soldiers for, issue for, 1093.

Treasurer of the Navy in, 1064, 1084, 1133;

account of receipts and payments by, 1355, 1442. See also Russell, E.

victualling in, bills of exchange for, 1165;

issue for, 958.

woollen manufactures etc. ready for export to, 366.

Stralton-super-Fosse. See Stratton-super-Fosse.

Strangford, Lecale Lower barony, co. Down, ferry at, 654.

Strata Marcella, co. Montgomery, manors of, 1059.

-. -. Abbey, Strata Marcella Abbott, alias Strata Marcella Major, co. Montgomery, 54;

manor of, 1009, 1056, 1057.

-. -. Regis, Strata Marcella Minor, co. Montgomery, manor of, 1058.

Stratford, Samuel, tidesman's place, London port, 469.

Stratford Langthorne, Stratford Langthorn, co. Essex, dissolved monastery of, 107.

Strathnaver, Lord. See Gordon, John.

Stratman, Count de, Envoy Extraordinary from the Emperor of Germany, present of jewels for, 803.

Stratton, co. Cornwall, hundred of, assessments in, 956;

stewardship of, 192, 1083.

Stratton Sanctuary, co. Cornwall, manor of, 1134.

Stratton-super-Fosse, Stralton-super-Fosse, co. Somerset, manor of, coal works in, 900, 1142, 1243 (Errata, 1457);

Perthill, 1142, 1243;

Plummer's Close, 1142.

Strawley. See Shrawley.

Streeter, Robert, loan by, 910.

-, -, serjeant painter, work at Windsor, 322.

Strickland, Roger, estate of, co. York, forfeited, 1335.

-, Thomas, commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 1117.

Strong (Long), James, collector, Looe port, 879.

-, John, lands of, Portland manor, 431.

-, William Commissioner of Excise, 547, 739, 1325.

Stroud, John, master of the Good Friend, 410.

-, Joseph, master of ship employed in Irish transport service, 761, 771.

Strutt (Strut), Joseph, master of the Anne and Hannah, 1095.

-, -, of London, merchant, prisoner in the Fleet for Customs debts, 1085.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Stuckley (Stukeley), Sir Hugh, commission to enquire into abuses in New Forest, 227.

Studholme, Michael, captain, Keeper and Guide of their Majesties' Roads, 718, 735, 1176, 1187;

issues to, for the King's Private Roads, 789, 795, 804.

making and repairing roads between Kensington and Chelsea, 425, 724.

from Hyde Park to Kensington, 763, 784.

from Whitehall to Kensington House, 770, 773.

in Hyde Park and St. James's Park, 2934.

to Kensington, 200, 816, 817.

Stukeley. See Stuckley.

Sturgeon, Roger, keeper of the gaol and porter of the great gate of the dissolved monastery of St. Albans, 1263.

-, Thomas, keeper of the gaol and porter of the great gate of the dissolved monastery of St. Albans, 1263.

Sturk. See Stirke.

Sturman (Sterman), Lawrence, bills payable for service of the Bourdeaux (Bourdeaux Merchant) in the West Indies, 504, 731.

Sturt, , Cashier to the Victualling Commissioners, 389;

partnership in brewhouse and brewing trade in London, 1360, 1443, 1444.

-, Anthony, loans by, 428, 912.

Sturton, Edward, a fellow moneyer of the Mint, 224.

Stutely, alias Turner. See Turner, H.

Styles (Stiles), Ely, tidesman, Bristol, 976.

Suckley, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Suffolk, county of, 312, 677, 703, 704.

Crown Revenues in, accounts of, 1260;

auditor of. See Aldworth, W.;

Philips, J. lighthouses in, 952, 977, 13712. merchants of, interested in linen manufactures of the United Provinces, 485.

price of guineas taken in payment of taxes in, 1147.

raising seamen in, 46, 489, 902, 1290.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 152, 231, 369, 420, 491, 589, 601, 633, 683, 934, 1089, 1147, 1308, 1323.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Chaplin, R.

Receivers General of Hearthmoney. See Brumpstead. C.;

Dixon, E.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributor of, and collector of duty on. See Warren, R.

Vice-Admiral of. See Rich, Sir R.

woolen cloth made in, 583.

Suffolk, Earl of. See Howard, James.

Sugworth, co. Berkshire, rent out of lands in, 1022.

Sulgrave, co. Northampton, manor of, rent out of, 1021.

Sumerson, Michael, coastwaiter's or tidewaiter's place, 924.

Summer Islands. See Bermudas.

Summers. See Somers.

Sunderland, co. Durham, coals shipped from, 9789.

collector of, seamen to report to, 49.

collector of Salt Duty at. See Bateman, T.

commission for measuring keels of ships at, 1090, 1381.

Customs officers, 315, 1230, 1323.

hosiery shipped from, 9789.

surveyor of. See Brown, T.;

Potts, R.

Sunderland, Countess of. See Spencer, Ann.

-, Earl of. See Spencer, Robert.

Sunneas. See Sonniers.

Sunneno. See Sonniers.

Sunninghill, co. Berks, fee farm rents in, detailed, 1023;

manor of, fee farm rents in, detailed, 1023.

Sunningwell, co. Berks, rent payable by inhabitants of, 1022.

Surat, India, chaplain to. See Ovington, J.;

ship from, 1098.

Surby, Dorset, surveyor's place, Greenwich, 873.

Surrey, county of, 481, 482, 532, 881, 945, 987, 1014, 1023, 1140, 1226, 1257, 1285, 1293.

copper mills in, 667.

Crown Revenues in, accounts, 1209;

auditor of, 369, 1209. See also Shales, J.;

payments out of, 129, 277, 369, 421, 446, 695, 752, 841, 1074;

receiver of, 277, 369, 695. See also Evelyn, J.

Custos Rotulorum. See Berkeley. George, Earl of Berkeley.

Excise officers, 44, 489.

Lord Lieutenant of. See Howard, Henry, Duke of Norfolk.

raising seamen in, 44, 489, 1291.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 152, 466, 590, 736, 933, 1106, 1307, 1308, 1438.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Doyley, T.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Amy, T.;

Potts, S.

sheriff of. See Howland, W.;

Wheatley, H.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributor of, and collector of duty on. See Balchen, J.

Sussex, county of, 456, 703, 881, 889, 1246, 1334, 1359.

Assizes in, convictions at, 245, 800.

brandy seized in, 1436.

coast of, commerce and correspondence with France from, prevented, 566;

French brandy cast ashore on, 1313, 1324;

French shallops prevented from approaching, 239;

searcher of, 770.

Crown Revenues, accounts, 1209;

auditor of, 881, 1209;

payments out of, 129, 695, 752, 841, 1074;

receiver of, 695. See also Evelyn, J.

Excise in, supervisor of. See Ashburne, A.

game at cricket in, spectators at, 229.

gentlemen in, letter from, 800.

goods seized in, 579.

raising seamen in, 46, 488, 902, 1290.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 23, 33, 103, 152, 432, 466, 590, 616, 688, 933, 1089, 1307.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Bromfield, T.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Amy, T.;

Potts, S. Receiver General of Taxes, 23, 1147.

silks seized in, 458, 1276.

soldiers in, 518.

stamped vellum and paper in, distributors of, and collectors of duty on. See Brewer, S.;

Dee, J.;

Holmes, R.;

Newton, J.

Vice-Admiral of. See Pelham, Sir J.

Sussex, Earl of. See Lennard, Thomas.

Suter, Mary, loan by, 908.

Sutherland, Nath., captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

Sutton, co. Lincoln, Castle Guard rents, 1018;

rents of assize called 'Rysee', 1018.

Sutton, Christopher, a fellow moneyer of the Mint, 224.

-, David, captain, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

-, Henry, captain, discovery of saltpetre in West Indies, 3;

petitions for permits for ships to go to the West Indies, 3, 175.

-, Robert, Lord Lexington, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 507, 563, 973;

Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Germany, 590, 598, 635, 845, 1009, 1080, 1157, 1162, 1304, 1357;

ditto, to the King of Denmark, 456, 1039, 1079;

ditto, to the Prince of Brunswick, 456;

ditto, to the Prince of Luneburg, 456, 1039, 1079;

intended embassy to Spain, 406;

house of, in St. James's Park, 90;

loans by, 1080, 1162, 1310;

plate for, 406.

-, Thomas, lands of, co. Meath, forfeited, 252, 316.

-, -, master of the Concord, 176.

Sutton's Hospital, assessments for, 531.

Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, rent for the township of, 1026.

Swainshead, [in Over Wyresdale], co. Lancaster, fee farm rent of vaccary called, 1019.

Swallow, Thomas, loans by, 148, 908.

Swallwell (Swalwell), John, son of Richard, tenant, Longtown etc., co. Cumberland, 17;

recommended for farm and management of Viscount Preston's estates, co. Cumberland, 212;

complaint against Viscount Preston's agent, 358.

-, Richard, lease, Longton etc., co. Cumberland, 17.

Swanley, William, master of the Success, 360.

Swannington, co. Leicester, rents of assize in, 1019.

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, 53, 647, 811, 1179;

Customs officers at, 452;

money seized by, 1190, 1195, 1197.

Swanton, Francis, clerk of the Assizes, co. Devon, 1141.

-, Thomas, collector, Plymouth port, 253;

surveyor, Plymouth port, 258.

Sweden, agent or resident at the Court of. See Robinson, J.

bill of exchange from, 1423.

deals from, 369;

for France, 421.

envoy extraordinary to. See Duncombe, W.

envoy from. See Leyoncrona, .;

Oxenstierna, Count.

goods for, 149.

goods from, 472.

King of, 627;

Secretary to. See Leyoncrona, .

lead from, for France, 421.

Queen of, mourning for, 488.

ships, 328, 369, 421, 454, 581, 585, 809, 889.

sugar for, 581, 585.

tar and other stores from, for France, 454.

Sweet, , account of disbursements in Army Pay Office in Flanders, 439.

Swift, Goodwin, a Protestant, inheritance of Clonguiffin sold to, 1332.

-, Samuel, sheriff, co. Worcester, 723, 735.

-, Thomas, transport to Barbados as chaplain, royal bounty for, 406.

Swindel, Henry, tenant, Chelsea and St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 30;

messuage erected at Knights-bridge, 71.

Swineshead, co. Lincoln, the Blessed Mary in, rents of lands belonging to, 1018.

Swingfield, co. Kent, manor of, rents of assize in, 880.

Swinnock, Samuel, of London, merchant, debts of governor of New York, 156;

loans by, 156.

Swinny (Swiny), Miles, cornet, joined the King's forces on surrender of Limerick, 1213.

-, Neile, captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

Swiny. See Swinny.

Switzerland, Cantons of, Duke of Gordon brought from, guard for, 620.

envoy extraordinary to. See Cox, T.;

Hervard, P.

French Protestants in, issue for, 664, 668.

recruits from, 963.

Reformed Church in, Latin book from, for the King, 1123;

minister of. See Anhorne, B.

Swoll, Henry van, master of the Liberty of Rotterdam, 605.

Swords, Nethercross barony, co. Dublin, 364;

Blackhall, 364;

Gamwell, 364;

Smith's lands in, 364.

Sydenham (Sydneham), . Lady, lands of, co. Essex, 26.

-, Elizabeth, lease, Charing Cross, 136.

-, Grace, wife of Richard, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168, 825.

-, Henry, Salt Duty employment, 550.

-, John, captain, company of, in Second Marine Regiment. 990.

-, Richard, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168, 825.

-, William, proposal to farm stannaries duties on tin mines in cos. Cornwall and Devon. 12423.

Sydney (Sidney), Henry, Viscount Sydney, Earl of Romney, Colonel of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, 637, 1183;

agent for, 1183.

Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 252, 268, 737, 738, 988, 1080.

Lieutenant General of the Forces, 1298.

Lord Lieutenant (Lieutenant General) of Ireland, 4, 262, 334, 337, 366, 387, 600, 691;

allowances and fees as, 428, 1374.

Master General of the Ordnance, 390, 439, 479, 548, 564, 583, 600, 626, 697, 699, 707, 736, 756, 760, 772, 822, 839, 866, 888, 890, 923, 944, 1014, 1067, 1110, 1132, 1139, 1161, 1207, 1211, 1267, 1274, 1282, 1289, 1321, 1322, 1360, 1385, 1404, 1425, 1444.

Secretary of State, 862;

printing etc. for, 425.

Vice-Admiral, co. Kent, raising seamen for the fleet, 46, 489, 902, 1290.

agent to, for the pay of garrisons etc. of the Cinque Ports. See Norwood, J.

caveat against restoration of estate to children of Sir A.

Mullady, 1337.

contract made by, for Army clothing, 402.

goods of, from Ireland, 288, 387;

to pass through Chester, Customs free, 262.

grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 4, 987, 10623.

grants of prizes, 5512, 9401.

house of, in St. James's Square, 288, 387.

letter of, 580.

loans by, 268, 738, 1067, 1080.

-, Philip, Earl of Leicester, recommending J. Fawcett for Customs employment, 166, 320.

-, -, Viscount Lisle (afterwards17th Earl of Leicester), tenant of Sheen manor, 881.

Sylvester. See Silvester.

Symbal, . tenant, London, 70.

Symonds (Simonds), John, of Gungrog, tenant, Pool and Guilsfield, 1057.

-, -, proposal to carry letters etc. for the Post Office, 835.

-, Sarah, wife of William, daughter of T. Gewen, and former wife of G. Hele, lease, Barton of Bradridge, 289.

-, William, lease, Barton of Bradridge, 289.

-, -, place of sorter of letters, 1004.

Sympson. See Simpson.

Syms (Sims), Charles, Customs officer, Bristol port, 181.