Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 18, 1703. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1936.
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Gaffarelli, , pension for, 214.
Galdy, Lawrence, and Company, remittances for the Duke of Savoy, 98.
Gallery, John, a robber on the highway, 340.
-, county of, allowances stopped of half-pay officers refusing to go to the West Indies, 126
-, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157.
Galway, co. Galway, 325.
Galway, Earl of. See Ruvigny.
-, (Galwey), Sir William, payment to, 57
-, royal bounty for, 52, 288.
Gamble, Alex., land waiter at King's Lynn, 322.
Gandy, Charles, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.
Gardiner (Gardner), Daniel, Serjeant at Arms, 219, 295, 332, 424.
-, John, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.
-, -, merchant, compounding of Customs debt, 237, 238.
-, Robert, captain, agent to the regiments of Colonel Columbine, Viscount Charlemont and the Earl of Donegal, 30, 208, 223
-, petition on behalf of the regiments of Handasyde and Livesay, 368
-, subsistence of Independent Company of Foot in the Bermudas, 163.
-, Thomas, Keeper of the stores of small arms, 176, 262, 333.
Gare, Mary, arrears due to T. Mosman her father, 30.
Garlick, Theo., army pensioner, royal bounty for, 25, 26, 214.
Garrard (Garrett), Allan or Allen, surety for G. Murray, imprisoned in Wood Street Compter, 165, 271, 370, 381.
Garrett. See Garrard.
Gascon, Sir Bernard, tithes granted to, in 1661, 358.
Gastigny, James, annuity or pension of, 261, 329, 425.
Gates, Bernard, pension for himself and for maintenance of a Turkish girl, 214.
Gatliff, Russell, tidesman, inferior list, London port, to be tidesman in the superior list, 402.
Gauntlet, , payment to, 209.
Gawling, Francis, deputy to R. Jennings, one of the five undersearchers of London port, 429, 445.
Gee, Sir Orlando, Register of the High Court of the Admiralty, 386.
Gellatlay, John, prisoner, compounding of debt on wine bonds, 221, 238.
Gellot, Elizabeth, reduction of fine for lease of lands in Lincolnshire, 27.
-, -, formerly Elizabeth Washington, wife of Stephen, grant of profits, etc., of the honor of Peveril, 447.
-, Stephen, 447.
Gelman, Richard, tidesman at Shields, 387.
Gendrault, Jas., surety for Allen, 240.
Genuini, Gregory, pension for, 214.
George, Prince of Denmark, annuity, yearly rent or pension for, 114.
lodgings, at St. James's, 410
-, at Windsor, 251.
Lord High Admiral, 3, 10, 14, 40, 44, 50, 91, 106, 117, 135, 145, 274, 325, 397.
Council of, 85
-, additional allowance for, 288.
Secretary to. See Clark, [G.]
George, Richard, Collector of Excise, co. Worcester, 170.
-, (Gerrard), Charles, 2nd Earl of Macclesfield, attainder of, 433, 439
-, petition of coheirs of, 290, 304.
-, John, pension for, 215.
Germany, 405, 455.
Emperor of, 225
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stepney, G.
letters of Will. III to the Hague from, payment of postage of, 474.
Gerrard. See Gerard.
Gibb, Philip, tidesman in fee at Bideford, 206.
Gibbon, John, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 350.
Gibbons, Abraham, compounding of debt on wine duty bonds, 238.
-, Grinling, carver of the Works, 332
-, payment for carved work in Windsor Castle, 176.
Gibbs, Robert, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of the Revenues in Barbados, 119, 123, 130.
Gibson, , captain, seizure of money intended for French prisoners, 240.
-, John, colonel, regiment of, levy money for, 289.
Gifford (Giffard), Charles, colonel, pension of, payment to executors on, 188, 192, 327.
-, Edw., payment to, for house rent, 220.
-, John, chaplain going to the Leeward Islands, royal bounty for transportation charges, 384.
-, (Gyles), Samuel, petition for the place of riding officer at Pevensey, 368
-, riding officer at Winchelsea, 402, 407.
Gill, John, landwaiter at Poole, removed to Exeter, 129, 234.
-, -, seizure of brandy, 451.
-, Thomas, Dr., Censor of the College of Physicians, 260.
Gillard, George, deputy to Sir T. Knatchbull, Commissary to the two late Marine Regiments, 290.
-, [Robert, Receiver of Crown Land Revenues, co. Derby], 417
-, commission suspended, 358.
Gladestry, co. Radnor, 144.
Gladwin, Thomas, suit at York Assizes, 311, 324.
-, county of, Chief Justice of, 335. See also Powlett, W.
-, Second Justice of, 335. See also Cox, C.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.
Glasier, Jeffery, the Lord High Admiral's Proctor in the Admiralty, 386.
Glastonbury, Glaston, co. Somerset, petition of almspeople for repairs to their house, 320.
Gleave, Thomas, solicitor to the acting commissioners for the prevention of exportation of wool, 110.
Gloucester, county of, 346, 434.
clippers and coiners in, 463.
Land Revenue in, auditor of, 18
-, receiver of, 17. See also Rudge, T.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Webb, T.
Surveyor General of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Polstead, E.
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths of small rectories and vicarages in, 323, 491
-, bishop of, 323.
Gloucester, co. Gloucester, 150.
Gloucester, Duke of. See Prince William.
Glover, [John], moiety of prizes, 35, 42, 43.
Glynn, Edmund, lease of lands called Coed Maddock, 402.
Godeau de la Roche. See Roche.
Godfrey, Charles, colonel, Master and Treasurer of the Jewel Office, 5, 57, 272, 300, 304, 313, 316, 352, 476.
-, Peter, et al., merchants of London, 171.
-, Stephen, bailiff and clerk of the Courts of the Liberty of the Dissolved Monastery of St. Mary's, York, 331
-, bailiff of the Liberties of the manor of Whitgift and Armin, 331.
Godolphin, Charles, assaymaster [of tin], 78, 83, 439.
-, -, a Commissioner of Customs, 315.
-, Francis, one of the Four Tellers of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 179.
-, Henrietta, Lady Godolphin, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.
-, Sidney, Lord Godolphin, Lord High Treasurer, 3, 101-490 passim
-, at Bath, 407
-, salary of, 101, 318, 417
-, Master of the Robes to Charles II, 78, 90, 382.
-, -, Auditor of the Crown Revenues in Wales, 103, 141, 147, 168, 189, 353, 401, 428, 478
-, accounts of the Alienation Office to be handed over to, 103.
Godscall,, , tenant of a ruined tenement in Richmond, 206.
-, (Gould), Nathaniel, a Commissioner for the importation of pitch and tar for the Navy, 58, 205, 216, 302, 359
-, allowance for commission, 37, 247.
Goldston (Goldstone, Golston), Richard, riding surveyor at Ingoldmells, 141.
-, Thomas, of Ilford, an innkeeper, petition for lease of several groves in Epping Forest, 71, 127, 320, 388.
Golling, Francis, collector in the Penny Post Office, complaint against, 267.
Golston. See Goldston.
Goodall, John, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., for the cities of London and Westminster, county of Middlesex and Inns of Court and Chancery, 278.
Goodeve, , a security for G. Murray, 381.
Goodinge, Thomas, serjeant at law, steward of the manor of Sewardstone, 488.
Goodman (Goodson), Richard, land in St. Albans, 352, 381.
Goodrick, Sir Henry, Ordnance accounts, 43.
Goodridge, James, master of the Four Brothers from Virginia, seizure of tobacco, 366.
Goodson. See Goodman.
Goodwin, , payment for stationery wares, 287.
-, Samuel, collector at Wells Burnham, dismissed, 322.
Gore, Arthur, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Gorges (Gorge), Richard, colonel, regiment of foot raised in Ireland, 282, 337.
Goring, Charles, a sub-commissioner for Prizes, 153.
-, -, 3rd Earl of Norwich, profits, etc., of the honor of Peveril granted to by Chas. II, 447.
-, -, Sir George, father of, high steward of the honor of Peveril, 447.
Goslin (Gosling, Gosselin, Gostlin, Gostling), , complaint against, 49.
-, John, clerk, pension for, 215.
-, William, a Commissioner for Prizes, 315, 371
-, to go on expedition with Sir C. Shovell, 277, 308.
-, -, a counterfeiter, 420.
Gosport, co. Southampton, 116.
Gosselin. See Goslin.
Gostlin, Gostling. See Goslin.
Gott, Thomas, a coin counterfeiter, 359.
Gottorp, troops of, in the Low Countries, issue for, 34, 232.
Gough, Bevis, pension for, 213.
Gould. See Gold.
Goulding, Edward, goods of seized, 127.
Gourney, Anne, pension of, 472.
Gowen, Thomas, tidesman and boatman at Rye, 103.
Gower, William, custody of Ludlow Castle given to, 380, 383.
Grabe, , pension for, 214.
Grace, Isaac, chaplain going to Virginia, royal bounty for transportation charges, 359.
Gracedieu, Sir Bartholomew, duty on gunpowder, 488.
Grafton, Duchess Dowager of. See Fitzroy, Isabella.
-, Duke of. See Fitzroy, C.
Graham (Grahme), George, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
-, James, money imprested to, for Healing Medals, 40, 275
-, royal bounty for, 275.
-, -, petition for lease of derelict lands at Alkborough, 216, 304.
-, -, Ranger and Keeper of Bagshot Park, 392.
-, Patrick, and others, inhabitants of the Island of Scilly, reward for rescuing the May Flower from the enemy, 360.
-, Reginald, trustee for the daughters of Col. Washington, 447.
Grainger, Hugh, Examiner Inwards, London port, 399.
-, Thomas, Examiner Inwards, London port, 399.
Granard, Earl of. See Forbes, A.
Grand, Emeraud le, pension of, 471.
Grandison, Viscount. See Fitzgerald, J.
Granville (Granvill), , report concerning galleons, 2.
-, Sir Bevill, Captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados, 149, 343, 445.
former appointments quitted, 362.
salary of, 101, 105, 119, 484
-, additional, 361, 458, 484
-, petition to be clear of Exchequer fees, 361.
regiment of, in 1696, clothing of, 181.
rent of Mote Park, 72, 105, 325.
-, George, petition on behalf of Sir Bevill, 343, 361.
-, John, 7th Earl of Bath, Lord Warden of the Stannaries, Convocation of Tinners held by, in 1688, 67
-, return of jewel plate received from Bedchamber and Backstairs at the death of Chas. II, 273, 304-5.
-, John, Lord Granville of Potheridge, 305.
Keeper and Underkeeper of St. James's Palace, 187, 302.
Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, 176, 262, 333.
Lord Warden of the Stannaries, 78, 290, 295, 346, 428, 450.
Palatine of Carolina, 294, 354.
petition of, 68.
royal bounty to, for charges of journey to Cornwall and Devon to hold a Parliament or Convocation of Tinners, 70, 352.
to attend the Treasury, 65.
Gratwick, William, Customer of Chester port, 328.
-, co. Kent, 129, 284
-, prize goods put ashore at, 480
-, sick and wounded at, 144, 146.
Gray. See Grey.
Graydon, [John], vice-admiral, commander of the squadron in the West Indies, 145, 149.
Grayson, Thomas, compounding of debt on Salt Duties, 243.
Great Bavington. See Bavington.
Great Bookham. See Bookham.
Great Yarmouth. See Yarmouth.
Greathead, John, payment to, out of secret service money, 24.
-, youths at Oxford, maintenance of, 459
-, Vaudois [relief collection] money for, 8.
Green (Greene), , Dr., Professor of Physic, Cambridge University, pension for, 173, 258.
-, Abraham, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
-, Nicho., of Cork, security of the James, 373, 481.
-, Thomas, pension for, 215.
-, William, Receiver General of, Taxes, co. Stafford, 45, 46, 164, 322, 488.
Greenway, Robert, locksmith to Will, III, 209, 259, 271.
Greenwich, co. Kent, Customs surveyor of. See Murdock, J.
Company of Invalids at, captain of. See Hachten, L. van
-, pay of, 230.
-, Commissioners of, 50
-, establishment of, 28
-, Treasurer of. See Evelyn, J.
Greeting, Joyce, pension for, 214.
Gregg (Greg), Benjamin, Serjeant at Arms, 40, 205, 226, 242, 262, 332, 424.
Gregory, Edward, place as inspector of the new duties on coals and culm, 221.
-, George, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Grey (Gray), Edward, waiter and searcher at Bellingham, 314.
-, James, lost survivorship annuity order in the name of, 329.
-, John, a robber on the highway, 420.
-, -, tenant of lands in co. Leicester, 489.
-, Ralph, 4th Lord Grey of Warke, Governor of Barbados, 121, 196, 201, 235, 361.
-, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Stamford, lands in Stanton under Bardon, 489.
Griffin, , captain, payment to, 220.
-, Edward, Lord Griffin, outlawed for high treason, 130
-, lands in Braybrooke, 130, 252, 305, 465.
-, Essex, Lady Griffin, jointure lands of, 42, 252, 478.
Griffith, , Agent for Prizes at Sligo, 147.
-, -, advance on salary of, 15, 21.
-, William, collector of Sligo, 220.
-, -, yard keeper of the Excise Office, 307.
Groome, Samuel, late of London, merchant, 246.
-, -, Sarah, relict of, passing of debentures for exported tobacco, 246.
Grove, , counsel for W. Green, 45, 46.
-, Eliz., pension for, 214.
-, George, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 26, 208.
-, John, master plaisterer, 332.
Groves, Thomas, waterman in ordinary to the Queen, 469.
Guernsey, guns and shot exported to, 459.
privateer of, 459.
prizes, agent for, 92
-, carried into, 92, 93, 475.
raw hides imported from, seizure of, 369.
salt imported from, 12.
Guigear, , tallies on the Salt Duties and on the fourth 4s. Aid, 47.
Guinea, purchase of slaves in, 488.
Guipich, Biagio, captain, commander of the Liberty, 139.
Gummins, Thomas, pension for, 213.
Gundry, Nicholas, cottages built in Waltham Forest, 488.
Gunter, Henry, bill on, 481.
-, William, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Guy, Robert, tidesman, superior list, London port, 429.
Gweek, co. Cornwall, 490-1.
Gwillims, Isabella, pension for, 213.
Gwynn (Gwin, Gwinn, Gwyn, Gwynne), Altham, one of the waiters, boatmen and tidesmen at Llanstephan, 210.
-, Daniel, collector of Customs at Falmouth, prosecution of, 115.
-, Francis, 125.
-, Marmaduke, Second Justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, 337, 345.
Gwynn alias Quinn, Henry, pension for, 215, 472.
Gyles. See Giles.