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Index of persons and Places: U, Z

Pages 546-556

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13, 1697-1698. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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U.V.W.Y.Z.

U.

Ulchester, Outchester, co. Northumberland, 419.

Ullard, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Ullenhall, co. Warwick, 204.

Ullesby, co. Northumberland, 415.

Ulley, Ullay, co. York, 203.

Ulston, co. Northumberland, 413.

Ulswick [Urswick], co. Lancs., 179.

Ulverston, [co. Lancs.], 180.

Unby, co. Westmorland, 180.

Underdowne, , surveyor, Rochester port, 436.

Uphall, co. Norfolk, manor of, 313.

Uphill, Mris., bequest to, 239.

-, Jacob, will of, 239.

-, Richard, bequest to, 239.

Upnor Castle, co. Kent, Governor of, 278; troops at, 71, 268, 276.

Upper Close, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

Upper Grange, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Upper Ormond, co. Tipperary, barony of, 396.

Upper Ossory, Queen's county, barony of, 226, 295.

Upper Ossory, Baron of. See Fitzpatrick, Barnaby.

-, Baroness of. See Fitzpatrick, Dorothy.

Upperthird, co. Waterford, barony of, 444.

Upton [? county], 147.

Upton, co. Hunts, 181.

Upton, co. Warwick, 204; Mill, 204.

Upton, Richard, formerly tidesurveyor, etc. at Falmouth, appointed commander of a Customs boat there, 347, 361.

Upwell, co. Norfolk, 313; Moorhall in, 313.

Urmeston, , house in Windsor, 175.

Urswick. See Ulswick.

Usher, John, cornet, Leigh's regiment, 254.

Usk, co. Monmouth, lordship of, 392.

Uthwayt, Robert, lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Utterby, co. Lincoln, 206.

V.

Vaenol, Veynol, co. Carnarvon, 425.

Van Baarsenburgh. See Baarsenburgh.

Vanbrook, John, captain, marines, 445.

Vanburgh (Vanbrugh, Vanburg), William, deputy Comptroller of the Chamber, 78, 93, 297, 390, 425.

Vancourt, Timo., collection of quit rents in Cookham manor, 337.

Vander Esch. See Esch.

Van Homrigh. See Homrigh.

Van Huls. See Huls.

Van Kocken. See Kocken.

Van Loon. See Loon.

Vane, , house of, 31.

Varey, James, of St. James's St., 366.

Vauclem, Theophilus, ensign, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Vaudemont, Prince, an aide-de-camp to, 328.

Vaughan, , lieutenant colonel, sued by his wife for part of his pension, 63, 656, 78, 102, 106, 112, 442.

-, -, Mris., claim against her husband, Colonel Vaughan, 63, 656, 106, 112, 442.

-, Francis, grant of forfeited goods to, 2345.

-, Joan, spinster, 234.

-, Perkins, captain, Coote's regiment, 274.

Veel, William, comptroller, Sandwich port, 173.

Vendarguis, Camil de, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Venice, 340.

Ventry, Corkaguiny barony, co. Kerry, 382.

Verdier, , captain, a reformed officer on pension in Ireland, 437.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

Verheast, , a Yeoman Harbinger, 389.

Vernatti, Constantine, merchant of London, 295.

Vernon, James, Secretary to the Lords Justices of England and a Principal Secretary of State, at the Treasury Board, 89, 90; the King to be reminded of, 36; letters to and from, etc., 15, 61, 92, 97, 1056, 131, 140, 184, 214, 227, 257, 259, 265, 325, 328, 344, 348, 374, 383, 402; loans by, 75, 291; pension of, as Secretary of State, 223; salary of, whilst attending the Lords Justices, 104, 403, 406; secret service issues for, 67, 75, 219, 291, 404, 428.

-, Thomas, a Receiver of the New East India Company's subscription, 102, 386.

Verrijt, Mris., King's necessary woman, 389.

Vevevelle, Marquise de, allowance for, 245.

Veynol. See Vaenol.

Vickers, , customs officer, 152.

Villattes (Villates), Margarite des, pension for, 325.

Villemison, J., French pensioner on the Army establishment, Ireland, 136.

Villiers, , Brigadier, his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, -, colonel, petition of, 89.

-, Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, annuity of, 96, 102, 103, 357, 377.

-, Charles, searcher at Gravesend, 351, 413.

-, Edward, Earl of Jersey, 44; Ambassador Extraordinary to France, 105, 379, 402, 405 (2); Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary for the Treaty of a General Peace, 105, 402; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 89, 128, 379; issues for, undefined, 104, 346; lease during life of, 374, 432; royal bounty for, 403, 407, 429.

-, Sir Edward, lease of the manor of Richmond, 374.

-, George, Viscount Grandison, pension of, 389.

-, -, colonel, his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, Mary, Duchess Dowager of Buckingham, issues for, 86, 295, 322, 368; pension of, 85; royal bounty for, 241, 331, 403.

Vincent, , ship's commander, 333.

Vineyardhouse [in Salford Priors], co. Warwick, 204.

Virginia, 164, 412.

Viviam, Hannibal, former Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 286.

Vostell [?Nostell in Wragby], co. York, 202.

W.

Wacknoll. See Warkworth.

Waddington, Wadington, [co. York], 178.

Waddon. See Whaddon.

Wadds, William, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

Wade, Ambrose, Customs officer, 259.

Wadington. See Waddington.

Wagget, Thomas, captain, Erle's regiment, 275.

Waghen, co. York, 199.

Waine, Marmaduke, landwaiter at Newcastle, 260.

-, William, lands, co. Lancs, 179.

Waite, , house in Windsor, 175.

-, See also Wayte.

Wakefield, co. York, 195, 198, 199; Northgate, Walmgate and Westgate in, 199.

Wakefield, John, Customs officer, 363.

Wakes Colne. See Colnewark.

Walcourt, Walcour, Belgium, 438.

Wales, Auditor, of, 100.
-, Judges of, 292.
-, Marches of, Court of the, 343.
-, Principality of, revenue of, 115.

Wales, North, lead mines in, 246, 294, 326.
-, Receiver General of assessments for, 79; see also Whitley, M.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues of, 294.

Walesby, Warlesby, co. Lincoln, 182.

Waley, John, an Army chaplain, 275.

Walkeden, , captain, report concerning, 38.

Walkeling, Coort, petition for licence to export wool, 300.

Walker, , of the Excise, 18.

-, -, searcher's place, London port, assigned to, 110.

-, George, lieutenant, Leigh's regiregiment, 254.

-, Hester, widow, petition, 371.

-, John, Usher of the Exchequer Court, 208, 281.

-, -, cottage in Alnmouth, 418.

Walle, Christopher, tenement in Newcastleupon-Tyne, 422.

Waller, William, surveyor of sugars, London port, 184.

-, -, ship's carpenter, 449.

Walles, , widow, tenement in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 422.

Wallingate. See York City.

Wallop, Richard, late a Baron of the Exchequer, 119.

Walls, Benjamin, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Wallson, , widow, lands in Alnwick, 421.

-, John, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Walringham, co. Lincoln, 183.

Walsh, John, forfeited lands of, 380.

Walsham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Walshford, co. York, 197.

Walsingham, James, royal bounty for, 385; purchase of a reversion of a fee farm rent, 385.

Walter, Richard, bills drawn by, for sick and wounded, 201, 109, 430.

Walters, , Customs officer, 412.

Waltham, co. Essex, 313; see also Great Waltham; Little Waltham.

Waltham Abbey, [co. Essex], 312.

Waltho, John, printer, petition of, 213.

Walton, Parry, payment to, for repairing the King's pictures, 221, 224.

-, See also Whalton.

Wandesford, Mris., custodiam lease of lands in co Cork, 381.

-, Elizabeth, petition of, 60.

Wane. See Wawne.

Wangford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Wanisley [?Waresley], co. Hunts., 181.

Wanless, William, ensign, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Wansborough (Wansbrough), Robert, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, William, captain, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Wansford. See Mansford.

Wapshot, John, lease of coppices in Chertsey purchased from, 332.

Ward, Benjamin, merchant, petition, 379.

-, David, captain, payment of arrears as ensign in the First Regiment of Guards, 87, 328.

-, Sir Edward, attestation by, 112; opinion of, 14.

-, George, recognizances forfeited by manucaptors of, 193.

-, Peter, information against a collector of taxes, 60, 236.

Wardall, Thomas, tenement in Framlington, 417.

Wardell, Richard, tenement in Felton, 417.

Wardour, Chidiock, grant of the office of Clerk of the Pells (in 1603), 234.

-, Edward, afterwards Sir Edward, son of Chidiock, former Clerk of the Pells, 234.

-, Edward, son of Sir Edward, grant of the office of Clerk of the Pells, 234.

-, -, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Herts, 123.

-, William, son of Sir Edward, late Clerk of the Pells, 17, 58, 128, 234, 287, 370.

Warenford, Warnford, co. Northumberland, 414.

Waresley, Waresly, co. Hunts., manor of, 181; see also Wanisley.

Wark, Worke, co. Northumberland, 422.

Warkworth, Wacknoll, co. Northumberland, 418, 420, 423.

Warlesby. See Walesby.

Warlnaby. See Wartnaby.

Warmfield. co. York, 194.

Warmington. See Warrinton.

Warmley. See Wormley.

Warner, , a goldsmith, 87.

-, Johanna, petition, gift from Sir John Friend, 448.

-, Richard, King's waiter, London port, 213.

Warnford, George, riding surveyor, borders of Scotland, 252.

-, See also Warenford.

Warren, Christopher, joint Customer of Plymouth, 233.

-, Henry, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, Maurice, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

-, Robert, joint Customer of Plymouth, 233.

-, Thomas, captain, commander of the Windsor, 97, 257, 355.

Warrinton [Warmington], co. Warwick, 204.

Warthill, co. York, 202.

Wartnaby, Warlnaby, co. Leicester, 205.

Warton, co. Northumberland, 414.

Warwick, county of, Auditor of crown revenues in, 368; fee farm rents in, sold, 182, 193, 204; nobility and gentry of, certificate of, 82; Receiver General of assessments, 77, 7983, 293, 300, 305, 400; sheriff of, 427; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124; troops quartered in, 80.

Warwick, co. Warwick, St. Michael's Hospital in, 204.

Washingley, Wasingly, co. Hunts, 181.

Washington, Penelope, lease of lands in Pointon, 237.

Washlingstone, co. Kent, hundred of, 236.

Wasingly. See Washingley.

Wasson, John, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Waterfallworth [? Water Fulford], co. York, 201.

Waterford, county of, forfeited lands in, 380, 444.

Waterford, co. Waterford, 381, 444; Articles of, 295.

Waters, Robert, contractor for building a dry dock at Plymouth, 426.

Waterstock, co. Oxford, 51.

Watford, co. Herts, Blackmore lands in, 313.

Watkins, George, captain, Gibson's regiment, 275.

-, John, boatman at Guernsey, 122.

Watson, , Earl of Romney's affairs, 96.

-, George, lands in Warkworth, 423.

-, Hugh, merchant of Stockton, 151.

-, -, late manager of Lord Wharton's affairs, 352, 367.

-, John, lands in Alnwick, 421.

-, Jonathan, agent to Howe's regiment, 233.

-, Thomas, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

-, William, tenement in Alnwick, 418.

Watton, Wotton, co. Herts., 313.

Watts, , Excise penalty of, 18.

-, -, letter delivered to, 114.

-, Robert, tidesman, Poole port, 334.

Watts Mead, co. Berks, 175.

Wawne, Wane, co. York, 199.

Wayland, Weyland, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Wayte, John, quartermaster, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

-, See also Waite.

Wean, co. Lincoln, 182.

Weasenham, Wissenham, co. Norfolk, 313.

Weaver, John, Customer of Southampton, 300.

Webb (Web), , counsel, 656.

-, John, colonel, payments to, 67, 71, 257, 268; his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, -, tidesman, Bridgwater port, 361.

-, Thomas, information against Excise Commissioners, 92, 93.

Webberley, Thomas, major, marines, 445.

Webster, Anne, a felon, 298.

-, Godfrey, petition, clothes supplied to the Army, 141.

-, Robert, tenant of lands in co. York, 376.

Weckett. See Wekett.

Weddall, John, of Lincoln's Inn, 164.

-, Robert, reward for, 298.

Weddell, William, ensign, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Weeke, Michael, Receiver of the impost on tobacco, 413.

Weekes, (Weeks), Nath., clerk in the Excise, 279.

-, Ralph, Doctor, of Barbados, 217.

Weeley, Weely, co. Essex, 316.

Weeton, Weton, co. York, 197.

Weetwood, Whitewood, co. Northumberland, 419.

Weightman, Adam, ensign, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Weighton, Wighton, co. York, 198.

Wekett (Weckett), William, payments to, for his attendance at and necessaries supplied to the Treasury, 122, 211, 289, 369.

Welbeck, Richard, stablekeeper at Reading, fee of, 136, 139.

Welburn, Welborne, co. York, 201.

Weld, John, nominated clerk to a Teller of the Receipt, 161.

Weldon dike, Weldondicke, co. Northumberland, 417.

Weldrake. See Wheldrake.

Well, co. Lincoln, 182.

Welle, a Turk, 342.

Wellesbourne. See Westborne.

Wells, [co. Somerset]. 321.

Wells, , lands, co. Berks, 175.

-, Robert, a collector of taxes in Stepney, 430.

Wells-Burnham, co. Norfolk, 348.

Welsh, Thomas, merchant of London, petition, 323.

Welton alias Wolverton, co. Somerset, manor of, 413.

Welwyn, co. Herts, 312.

Wenman, Thomas, searcher at Yarmouth, 361.

Wentworth, co. York, 198.

Wentworth, Thomas, Lord Raby, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 431, 440; his regiment. See Army regiments.

West, Charles, cornet, Windsor's regiment, 254.

-, -, King's waiter, London port, 213.

-, Henry, lands in Middleton, co. Lancs., 178.

West Bonyalva (Bonialva), co. Cornwall, 361; Knight's tenement in, 125.

West Bradford, See Bradford.

West Burton, Westburton, co. York, 196.

West Carnes (Karnes), Duleek barony, co. Meath, 407.

West Cheamington [? West Chevington], co. Northumberland, 413.

West Ditchburn (Ditchborne), co. Northumberland, 414.

West Donyland, co. Essex, Bournmill in, 313.

West Flegg, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

West Haddlesey, Westadlesy, co. York, Sothell lands in, 203.

West Ham, Westham, co. Essex, East Westline lands in, 315; Lee Bridge (Laybridge) in, 316.

West Hanningfield, Westhanfield, co. Essex, 316.

West Harle. See Westharrell,

West Heslerton, Westherleton, co. York, 198.

West Hutton, co. York, 201.

West Indies, advice boat for, 121; chaplains for, 52. See also Jamaica; officers killed in, 437; oil returned from, 377; regiment in, 139; regulation governing salaries of lieutenant governors acting as governors, 97; ships in or from, 17, 21, 137.

West Karnes. See West Carnes.

West Lilling, Westlilling, co. York, 201.

West Looe, Westloo, co. Cornwall, 196.

West Newton, co. Northumberland, 414.

West Scrafton, Westcrafton, co. York, grange in, 200.

West Thurrock, Westhurock, co. Essex, Ragged Row in, 316.

West Torrington (Turrington), co. Lincoln, 206.

Westadlesey. See West Haddlesey.

Westborne [Wellesbourne], co. Warwick, 204.

Westcomb, George, major, Selwyn's regiment, 282, 438.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Westcrafton. See West Scrafton.

Westhanfield. See West Hanningfield.

Westharrell [West Harle], co. Northumberland, 422.

Westherleton. See West Heslerton.

Westhertfield [? Wethersfield], co. Essex, Poynett's lands in, 316.

Westhurock. See West Thurrock.

Westmaines, co. Northumberland, 419.

Westmeath, county of, forfeited lands in, 381, 382, 395, 407.

Westminster, co. Middlesex, Dean and Chapter of, tenths payable by, 311; innkeepers of, petition of, 350; poor of, payment for, 49; Receivers General and commissioners of assessments, etc., 304, 320, 359, 384, 399, 449; solicitor for assessing taxes in, 224; streets, parishes, etc. in. See London and Westminster; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 170, 184, 253.

Westmorland, county of, 113, 443; Auditor of Crown revenues in, 368; fee farm rents in, sold, 180; Receivers General of assessments, etc., 56, 60, 65, 236, 267, 280, 305, 399; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Weston, co. Lincoln, 182, 205.

Westwood, Thomas, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Wethersfield, co. Essex, Baker's lands in, 314; see also Westhertfield.

Weton. See Weeton.

Wexford, county of, forfeited lands in, 381.

Weyland. See Wayland.

Weymouth, co. Dorset, 143.

Whaddon, Waddon, co. Cambridge, manor of, 181.

Whaley, , lieutenant colonel of the Fuziliers, 438.

-, Maria, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Whalton, Walton, Whawton, co. Northumberland, 413, 420,

Wharton, . lands, co. Lancs., 179.

-, -, recommendation by, 59.

-, Edward, Receiver General of the rents of Hackney Coaches, 184, 328.

-, Sir Polycarpus, Ordnance account of, 92, 95.

-, Thomas, Lord Wharton, Warden, Chief Justice in Eyre Trent South, 55, 410; petition of, 352, 362.

Whawton. See Whalton.

Wheate (Wheale), Sir Thomas, sheriff of co. Oxford, 403, 410.

Wheeler, Henry, proclamation reward for, 285.

Wheldrake, Weldrake, co. York, 201.

Whelpington, co. Northumberland, 416.

Whenlye [Whenby], co. York, 201.

Whickham, Wickham, [co. Durham], 417.

Whightman, See Whiteman.

Whiskinby [?Wickenby], co. Lincoln, 182.

Whistler, John, evidence of, 69, 70.

Whitacre. See Whittacre.

Whitaker, Charles, petition for extension of a lease, 281.

-, John, tenant in Leeds, 376.

- See also Whittacre.

Whitbread (Whitbred), Catharine, lands in Chelmsford, 314.

-, Thomas, petition of, 96.

- See also Whitebread,

White, , captain, Rowe's regiment, royal bounty for his widow, 437.

-, -, lieutenant, Seymour's regiment, royal bounty for his widow, 438.

-, -, landwaiter, London port, 2, 5, 122.

-, -, tenement in Windsor, 175,

-, Ignatius, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, John, petition for employment, 368.

-, Peter, first clerk to the Clerk of the Pells, 58, 61, 244.

-, Robert, tenement in Newcastleupon-Tyne, 419.

-, Thomas, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

-, William, deputy postmaster of Sudbury, 387.

Whitebread, Henry, Receiver General of assessments, co. Bedford, 304, 400.

Whitegrave. See Whitgrave.

Whitehall. See London and Westminster streets, etc. in.

Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, port of, 164, 294; customs officers in, 158, 227, 378.

Whitehead, Joseph, tenant of lands in Dalton, co. York, 376,

Whitekirk. See Whitkirk.

Whiteman (Whightman), , colonel, royal bounty for, 85, 89, 335.

Whitemore, Eldred, lease of woodlands near Burnham granted in 1610 to, 433.

- See also Whitmore.

Whiteside, John, lands in Westmorland, 180.

Whitestown, Upperthird barony, co. Waterford, 444.

Whitewood. See Weetwood.

Whitfield, , captain, Gentleman Harbinger, 389.

Whitgift, co. York, manor of, 196.

Whitgrave (Whitegrave), Charles, son of Humphrey, lease of lands near Burnham, 433.

-, Humphrey, captain, lease of lands near Burnham, 433.

-, Thomas, pension of, 224, 230.

Whithorn. See Withern.

Whitkirk, Whitekirk, co. York, 194.

Whitley, , desires employment in finding frauds in Exchequer bills, 65.

-, -, to attend, 62, 79.

-, Morgan, Receiver General of assessments for North Wales and Cheshire, 84, 89, 99, 121, 306, 399.

-, Roger, appears in behalf of Morgan, 3, 89.

Whitmore, George, captain, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

-, William, sheriff of co. Chester, 298, 429.

- See also Whitemore.

Whitoff, William, lieutenant, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Whiton, co. York, 196.

Whittacre (Whitacre), , of the Admiralty, 41.

-, -, clerk to the Paymaster of the Lottery tickets, 67.

- See also Whitaker.

Whittall, Charles, collector of Plantation duties in Jamaica, 151.

Whittell. See Whitwell.

Whittingham. co. Northumberland, 414.

Whittle, John, commander of a Customs boat, Poole port, 334.

-, Michael, landwaiter, London port, 301.

-, Robert, tidesman, Liverpool port, 280.

Whittlewood Forest, coarse trees to be sold, 235; woodward of, 235; Bare Coppice, Cole Coppice, 235; Hanger Lodge in, repair of, 350; keeper of, 350; Shroub Walk, Wakefield Walk and Young Ashvell's coppice, 235.

Whittock. See Whitwick.

Whitton, co. Lincoln, 183.

Whitwell (Whittell), William, of Oundle, duty on malt, 170, 249.

Whitwell Beach, co. Middlesex, 312.

Whitwick, Whittock, co. Leicester, 205.

Whitwood, James, Customs collector, 350, 355.

Whitworth, Richard, issue for the King's special service, 345, 349.

Wickenby. See Whiskinby.

Wickens, Samuel, merchant, petition, 412.

Wickes. See Wicks.

Wickham, co. Durham. See Whickham.

Wickham, Barlow, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Wicklow, county of, forfeited lands in, 396.

Wicks (Wickes), Michael, rents received by, 355.

Widdrington. See Woodington.

Widintor [?Widdington], co. Essex, 317.

Wigborough. See Little Wigborough.

Wiggenhall (Wigenhall) St. Mary's, co. Norfolk, 313.

Wigginton, Wiginton, co. York, 198.

Wight, Isle of, late Governor and Receiver of the King's revenue in. See Holmes, Sir R.; executor of. See Holmes, H.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 305.

Wighton. See Weighton.

Wiginton. See Wigginton.

Wilberfoss, Wilberfosse, co. York, 198.

Wilcox, , Excise affairs, 14.

-, [?John, Excise Commissioner], 39.

Wilden, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Poulton, 350.

Wilford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Wilkinson, Henry, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

William the Dyer, house in Newcastleupon-Tyne, 415.

William III, abroad, 103, 104, 105, 107, 113, 114, 384, 388, 390, 403, 406. See also Dieren; Flanders; Holland; Loo.
-, acknowledges his debt to the nation, 356.
-, and the Army, 38, 62, 64, 112, 168; in Ireland, 327.
-, at Newmarket, 74, 294, 299.
-, at Windsor, 320.
-, attending the Treasury, 33, 356, 389, 4346, 54, 567, 60, 66, 72, 74, 83, 84, 889, 947, 98104.
-, considers there are too many servants on the Household Establishment, 101.
-, conspiracy against his life, 279, 390.
-, debts of, 104, 405.
-, directions by, 36, 389, 434, 55, 57, 58, 60, 61, 66, 68, 72, 74, 76, 89, 92107 passim, 125, 138, 161, 164, 166, 172, 185, 214, 228, 229, 246, 257, 259, 263, 273, 290, 293, 322, 325, 327, 334, 344, 345, 348, 366, 406.
-, directs retrenchment of the Civil List, 101, 104.
-, and the dispute between Christian V of Denmark and Charles XI of Sweden, 3301.
-, estate bequeathed to, 360, 425.
-, George set with diamonds, etc., purchased for, 86, 332.
-, and the Duke of Gloucester, 100.
-, goods to be searched by Customs officers, 33, 157, 390.
-, issue for, 59.
-, and the Earl of Jersey, 89.
-, matters to be laid before, 1, 14, 18, 34, 40, 42, 48, 49, 73, 107. 164.
-, a picture of, 343.
-, and the poor, 28, 241.
-, and the Earl of Portland, 456, 218.
-, presents from: "Goddard's Drops" to the Queen of Sweden, 277; jewels to Foreign Ambassadors, 343; plate to the Earl of Essex, 140, the Earl of Denbigh, 174, Lord Lexinton and the Duke of Southampton, 319.
-, promise to the Prince of Denmark in respect of a mortgage, 76, 3301.
-, reported killed, 41.
-, and the Earl of Romney, 96.
-, special service of, issues for, 119, 209, 345.
-, subscribes to the Two Millions East India Company subscription, 106, 411.
-, Volary Lodgings, Whitehall, fitted for his use, 228.

Williams, , to attend the Treasury, 102.

-, -, fee farm rents purchased for, 413.

-, Edward, mariner, 449.

-, John, Bishop of Chichester, testimony by, 67.

-, -, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, Sir William, of Vaenol, co. Carnarvon, estate of, bequeathed to the Crown, 360, 425.

-, William, quartermaster, Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, -, royal bounty for, 394.

Williams, son of Hugh, house in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 415.

Williamson, , to be heard, 96.

-, -, chief searcher's place, London port, 106, 10911.

-, Edmund, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 215.

-, -, son of Edmund, grant of the office of a Serjeant-at-Arms, 106, 427.

-, Ralph, Comptroller, Newcastle port, 188.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments, etc. for cos. Durham, Northumberland and York, 166, 185, 305, 400.

Willingale Spain (Spaine), co. Essex, Bridge's lands in, 315.

Willingham. See South Willingham.

Wills, Charles, lieutenant colonel, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

-, Edward, to attend the Treasury, 165.

-, Sir Edward, payment to, 344.

Wilmot (Wilmott), , widow, petition of, 44.

-, Dawkins, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Wilson (Willson), , captain, a trustee, 187.

-, -, widow, tenement in Felton, 417; tenement in Warkworth, 423.

-, Cuthbert, cottage in Alnmouth, 418.

-, Edward, fishing and lands in Haverbeck, 178, 180.

-, James, tenant in Scarborough, 376.

-, John, lands in Alnwick, 421.

-, -, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

-, Roger, mill in Casterton, 180.

Wiltshire, a Justice of Peace for, 373; Receiver General of assessments, 305, 400, 403, 424; sheriffs of, 255, 410; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123; undersheriff of, 255.

Wiltshire, Earl of. See Paulet, Charles.

Wimbish, co. Essex, Turner's lands in, 315.

Wimbish (Wimbush) Magna, co. Essex, Harvy's in, 314.

Winchester, Marchioness of. See Paulet, Isabella.

Winchester, Marquess of. See Paulet, Charles.

Wind, Robert, lieutenant, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, -, tidesurveyor, Plymouth port, 264.

Winderham, [?co. Northumberland], 350.

Windesor. See Windsor.

Windham. See Wyndham.

Windhill, co. York, Windhill Grange in, 195.

Windsor Castle, co. Berks, 334.
-, gardens, etc. to be extended, 334.
-, housekeeper of, additional allowance for, 356.
-, plumber of the Works at, 215.
-, room wainscotted, 228.
-, tennis court at, 14.
-, troopers attending the King at, 84, 320.
-, wall at, 99.

Windsor Great Park, co. Berks, 175; extension of, 92; works in, 20, 139.

Windsor Little Park, co. Berks, to be extended, 334.

Windsor, Old and New, co. Berks, land called Baldwin's near the Great Park, 175; Brown's lands, 175; Cotterell's lands, 175; Cranburne Chase, 92; Datchet Mead, 175, 334; Dean and [?Canon's] lands, 176; High Street, 175; Lock Close, 175; Mill Mead or Millfield, 334; Peascod (Pescod) Street, Pinner Street, Priest Street (Priestreet), Pury's messuage, house, etc. called Redmans, Sheil [Sheet] Street, the Spital (Spittle), Spital (Spittle) Hill, Steel's land etc., and a house called the Sugar Loaf, 175; Terrace Walk, 334; Tyles house or Pightell, 176; Tyle's lands, Well's lands, Watt's Mead, White's tenement, the White Lyon and the Worth, 175.

Windsor (Windesor), Andrew, cornet in colonel Windsor's regiment, 254.

-, Thomas, colonel, payment to, 240; his regiment. See Army regiments.

Wingfield, George, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

-, James, King's waiter, London port, 213.

-, John, a butcher, fined, 152.

Winhall, co. York, 199.

Winkfield, Wingfield, co. Berks, 176.

Winter, Daniel, ensign, Coote's regiment, 274.

-, James, affidavit of, 70.

-, John, sheriff of co. Southampton, 350, 410.

Winthorpe, Winthorp, co. Lincoln, 206.

Wintour, Robert, clerk of the Crown Office, 123.

Wirksworth, co. Derby, lead mines in, 18, 34.

Wisbech, co. Norfolk, 361.

Wise, Robert, tidesman at Bristol, 265.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 295.

Wiseman, Mris, counterfeiter, 90, 102.

-, Samuel, Comptroller of the Malt Lottery tickets, 79, 95, 301.

Wispitt, co. Essex, marsh lands called, 317.

Wissenham. See Weasenham.

Wistoncote, co. York, tenement called, 195.

Wiswell, Wiswall, co. Lancs., 179.

Witham, co. Essex, 314.

Witham, Thomas, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Withern, Whithorn, co. Lincoln, 182.

Wittewronge, James, merchant of London, 295.

Wolfreton, Wolverton, co. York, 197.

Wollaston (Wollastone), , surveyor of windows, Westminster, 184.

-, Isaac, sheriff of co. Leicester, 355.

Woller. See Wooler.

Wollerbury, co. York, 202.

Wolley, John, custodiam lease of lands, etc., co. Cardigan, 351.

Wolseley (Wolsley), William, grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 407.

-, -, Brigadier, his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, -, colonel, Master of the Ordnance, Ireland, 409.

-, -, late conservator and supervisor of Dean Forest, 216.

Wolstenholme, , receipt of the Impost Duties on tobacco, 2, 126.

Wolverton. See Welton; Wolfreton.

Wombell (Wombel), John, land carriageman, London port, 69, 264.

Womble, John, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Wood, , child of the Chapel Royal, 301.

-, -, colonel, his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, -, Lady, versus the late Hearthmoney Contractors, 33, 40.

-, Cornelius, colonel, petition for grant of lands in Ireland, 405.

-, Daniel, captain, payment to, for his service in Ireland, 120, 126, 134.

-, Sir Edward, versus the late Hearthmoney Contractors, 25, 26, 27, 37.

-, John, collector, Yarmouth port, 348.

Wood alias Cranmer, Sir Caesar, outlaw, lands of, 356.

Wood End, co. Durham, 193.

Wood House, Woodhouse, co. Warwick, 204.

Wood Inings, co. Berks, 176.

Wood Walton, co. Hunts, 182.

Woodcock, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments, etc., co. Leicester, 125, 147, 304, 335, 399.

Woodcraft, John, swordcutler, petition of, 439.

Woodhall, co. Northumberland, 420.

Woodham Ferris (Ferrys), co. Essex, Champions lands and Edwin's (Edwards) Hall in, 314.

Woodhorn, Woodorne, Woodhearne, co. Northumberland, 417, 418.

Woodington [?Widdrington], co. Northumberland, 413.

Woods Close, co. Middlesex, tenements called, 312.

Woodstock, Viscount. See Bentinck, W.

Woodward, , Excise fine, 18, 19.

Woolaston (Woollaston), , sutler to the Horse Guards, 288.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments, co. Herts, 304, 400.

Wooler, Wooller, Wooller, co. Northumberland, 418, 419, 423.

Woolfe, Sir John, sheriff of London, 409.

-, Joseph, merchant, permit to export ordnance, 377.

Woollaston. See Woolaston.

Wooller. See Wooler.

Woolley, John, deputy Customer, Milford port, 260.

Worcester, county of, Auditor of Crown revenues in, 368; fee farm rent in, sold, 313; Receiver General of assessments, etc., 79, 305, 377, 400, 405, 410; sheriff of, 357, 410; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123, 410.

Worcester, co. Worcester, Receiver General of assessments for, 305, 405; schoolmaster of, accused of counterfeiting, 98.

Wordsworth, Josias, merchant of London, 209, 248.

Worke. See Wark.

Workington, co. Cumberland, 158.

Wormley, co. Herts, manor of, 312.

Wormley, Warmley, co. York, 196.

Worstead, Worsted, co. Norfolk, 313.

Worth, John, lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 336, 351, 362.

Woseley (Wosely), Robert, envoy extraordinary to the Elector of Bavaria, 354, 365.

Wotton, Thomas, petition for payment of a bill of exchange, 170.

- See also Watton.

Wrag, , warrant for, 106.

Wragby, co. York, 194.

Wray, Sir Bourchier, petition of, 75, 292.

-, Christopher, son of Sir Drury, major in Farrington's regiment, 276, 445; custodiam lease of his father's lands, 411, 445.

-, Sir Drury, forfeited lands of, 445.

Wrein Parks, co. Berks, 176.

Wren, Sir Christopher, Surveyor General of Works, to attend the Treasury, 52; matters referred to, 126, 131, 247, 325, 377, 390; reports of, etc., 71, 283, 343, 385; salary of, 215.

Wright, Mr., 32.

-, , serjeant, 79, 80.

-, Angelet, petition of, 128.

-, Benjamin, tenant, Leeds, 375.

-, Daniel, lease of lead mines in North Wales, 326.

-, John, captain lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Wriothesley, Thomas, 5th Earl of Southampton, Lord Treasurer, 58.

Writtle, co. Essex, Barrow lands in, 313; Writtle Lodge, 314.

Wroxham, co. Norfolk, manor of, 313.

Wyatt, (Wyat), Francis, sheriff of Sussex, 385.

-, John, tidesman, Poole port, 334.

Wybrants, Daniel, custodiam lease of lands in Ireland, 379.

Wyche, Jermyn, Lieutenant of the Ordnance, Ireland, 409.

Wykeham. See East Wykeham; Wickham.

Wyndham (Windham), Dame Ann, pension for her daughters, 224, 226.

-, Frances, pension of, 226.

-, Sir Francis or Sir Thomas, pension of, 224, 226.

-, Hugh, Brigadier, his regiment. See Armyregiments.

-, Mahaleel, a doorkeeper of the House of Lords, 116, 427.

-, Rachel, pension of, 226.

-, Sir Thomas. See (above) Sir Francis.

Wyndrave, co. Northumberland, 414.

Wynne (Wynn), , Brigadier, crown rents in Ireland paid by, 365.

-, William, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Notts, 124, 133.

Wyralls, co. Berks, lands called, 176.

Wyrardisbury, Wyrardsbury, [co. Bucks.], manor of, 177.

Wytham, John, lands in Alnwick, 423.

Y.

Yaddlethorpe, co. Lincoln, 322, 323, 433.

Yapp, , of the Excise, 85.

Yarborough, Stanhope, ensign, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Yard, [Robert], instructions to insert advertisements in the Gazette, 231, 238, 270, 283, 289, 320, 339, 371, 390.

Yardley, co. Northumberland, 418.

Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 306, 439. See also Great Yarmouth.

-, port of, Customs officers in, 228, 252, 257, 288, 303, 348, 361; decline of trade in, 379.

Yarner, , captain, lands in co. Westmeath, 395.

Yates (Yate), Nicholas, payment to the heirs of, on his pension, 98, 214, 224.

-, Robert, of the Bristol mint, 103, 108, 326, 390.

Yaulthorp. See Youlthorpe.

Yealand-Redmayne, Yealand and Redmans, co. Lancs., 178.

Yeard, John, Dean of Achonry, 237.

Yeldham, co. Essex, land called Northeys near, 246. See also Great Yeldham; Little Yeldham.

Yelling, co. Hunts, 181, 318.

Yellington [Yetlington], co. Northumberland, 413.

Yerbury, Gifford, sheriff of co. Wilts., 410.

Yetlington. See Yellington.

Yewell, , captain, Lawder's regiment, 437.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

Yong. See Young.

York, county of, arrears of crown rents, 144, 2834; Auditor of Crown Land revenues, 153, 257; counterfeiters in, 96; excise officer in, 31; fee farm rents in, sold, 193 203, 313; lead mines in, 339; Receiver General and commissioners of assessments, etc., 166, 185, 305, 388, 400; Receiver General of Crown Land revenues, 144, 153, 245, 291; sheriff of, 370, 385; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

York, co. York, 144, 197, 199; Assizes at, 164; execution at, 164; Keeper of the Court House at St. Mary's near the walls, 267; Mint at. See Mint; Receiver General of assessments, 305, 400; Bishopshill, 200; Fishergate, 195; Micklegate, 200; North St., 195; St. Saviour's Gate, 194; Skeldergate, 195; Wallingate, Walmgate, 195.

York, Castle of, 375.

York Cathedral, 196; Dean and Chapter of, lands held by, 199 (2).

York, Diocese of, allowances charged on the tenths of, 171, 226.

York, James, Duke of (afterwards James II), grant of Richmond manor to, 432.

York, Sir William, 31.

Youghal, [co. Cork], 380.

Youlthorpe, Yaulthorp, co. York, 195, 198.

Young (Yong), Gustavus, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for the East Riding of York, 123.

-, Robert, tenement in Newcastleupon-Tyne, 422.

-, Wa., evidence of, 70.

-, Sir Walter, Customs Commissioner, 16, 17, 406.

Younger, Henry, lands in Corbridge, 421.

Z.

Zeeland (Zealand), privateer, 134.

Zouch, , memorial of, 156.

Zuleistein, William Henry Nassau de, Earl of Rochford, grant of lands in Ireland, 57, 37982.