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Index Of Subjects: B

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20, 1705-1706. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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B

Backstairs. See Chamber, The.

Badges
-, for Regiment of Horse, 598
-, for Royal Watermen, 221, 449, 618
-, silver, 221, 618.

Bailiffs
-, See Honors
-, Hundreds
-, Quarries
-, Queen's
-, Royal Parks
-, Woods and Forests.

Baize (Bays), green, coverings for rails in Painted Chamber, House of Lords, 429.

Band of Gentlemen. Pensioners. See Gentlemen Pensioners.

Bank Of England, 671.

directors of, 22
-, court of, 6, 30
-, to attend the Treasury, 61.

fund for (100,000l. annually
-, Bank ninepence or five-sevenths of the 9d. per barrel Excise, as by 5-6 Wm. and Mary, c.20), issues for, 271, 273, 284, 664, 678
-, receipts for, to be paid into the Exchequer, 13, 266.

gentlemen of, to attend or attending the Treasury, 6, 22, 30, 34, 46, 85, 87, 89.

loans by or suggested to be made by, 6, 22, 30, 31, 35, 46, 87, 89, 220-221, 222, 228, 238, 267, 320, 403, 572, 599, 604, 609, 641, 656, 697
-, guarantees for repayment of, 35, 87, 89
-, interest on, 31, 35, 87, 89, 220-221, 222, 228, 238, 267, 320, 572, 599, 604, 609, 641, 656, 697.

notes, 543.

patents of, 273, 664.

subscribers to, 664.

Bankers, annuities of. See Annuities on the Excise (as by 12-13 Wm. III, c.12).

in France, Holland, England and elsewhere, dealing in bills of exchange, 39.

of Geneva (A. Saladin, J. A. Saladin), factor of, in Paris, 39
-, offer by, to make remittances to the Duke of Savoy or other allies, 39
-, petition of, concerning the effects of J. H. Huguetan seized as belonging to subjects of France, 34, 39, 40, 42, 164, 442
-, withdrawing their effects from France, 39.

of Lyons (J. H. Huguetan), application by, for Queen's protection, 38
-, come into England, 39
-, compelled to draw bills of exchange for the use of the French Crown, 38
-, confined in France and escaped into Holland, 38, 39, 391
-, correspondents of, 38, 391
-, counsel of, 39, 42
-, effects of, matter concerning, 38, 39, 40, 42, 52, 391, 442
-, factor of, in Paris, 39.

Bankruptcy, commissions of, 506, 561, 638, 657.

Banners, for Regiments of Horse, 388, 598.

Barges
-, Queen's, Master of (J. Warner), attendance at Windsor and other services, 466
-, carrying goods to Windsor and the Crown to Parliament House, 386
-, delivery to, of liveries for watermen, 465
-, livery for, 465
-, payments to, 386, 466
-, petition of, 160
-, to late Queen, allowance to, 481.

See also WatermenRoyal.

Baronetcy Fees, discharge of, 446, 548, 590.

Basins
-, (Basons), at Hampton Court, cleansing of, 264
-, for footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572.

Baskets
-, coal, lined with tin, for the new Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429
-, cradle, for the Queen's feet, lining etc. of, 322
-, dust, lined with tin, for the new Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429.

Basset Stools. See Stools.

Basset Tables. See Tables.

Bayonets. See Arms and Ammunition.

Beans
-, for deer in Hyde Park, 546
-, purveyor of, to household of William III (J. Vezian), arrears of, 121, 190, 549.

Bedchamber. See Royal Bedchamber.

Beds and Bedding

altering of, 387.

at

Newmarket, 328
-, St. James's Palace, 465
-, Winchester, 387
-, Windsor, 357, 364.

bed cups, 328.

cases etc. for, 357, 364, 465.

cleaning of, 478.

damask, 318, 328, 704.

down, 320, 364.

feather, 318, 572.

fitting up, 328.

for

Forces, 26, 43, 49, 129, 397, 519, 592
-, Hampton Court, 318
-, Kensington Palace, 320
-, Marines, 265
-, Newmarket, 704
-, Pages of Backstairs and their servants, 588
-, St. James's Palace, 572
-, Women of Bedchamber in waiting, 460.

girts for, 357.

mending of, 322, 328.

of State, 478.

of Women of Bedchamber, 322.

press, 572.

Prince's, 478.

Queen's, 328, 357, 465, 478.

silk lining, 318.

standing, 387.

table, 318.

travelling, 322, 328.

trimmings, 318.

wrappers for, 357.

See also Blankets
-, Bolsters
-, Hammocks
-, Mattresses
-, Pillows
-, Quilts
-, Sheets.

Beer

duties on. See Exciseduties.

for

Army in Ireland, 412
-, Forces in Newfoundland, 311
-, Navy, spoiled by hot summer, 169, 464
-, North Sea and Herring Fishery, strong, 496.

Beggars, 270.

Bell, formerly in New Palace Yard, 183.

Bell Ringer. See ChapelsRoyal.

Belts, for drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653.

Beryl, seal on, 763.

Bible, for chapel of Ambassador, 376.

Bills, Public. See Public Bills.

Birds, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Birthdays
-, Queen's, celebrating of, in Tangier, 540
-, entertainment on, by Envoy Extraordinary, 345
-, writing of musical compositions by Master of the Music, 298.

Births, duties on. See Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on.

Bishoprics
-, See Index of Persons and PlacesDurham
-, Meath
-, St. David's.

Bishops

Bishops' Lobby. See Lords, House of.

of

Carlisle. See Index of Persons and PlacesNicholson, W.

Exeter. See Ibid.Trelawney, Sir J.

Lincoln. See Ibid.Wake, W.

London. See Ibid.Compton, H.

Osnaburgh, 678.

St. David's. See Index of Persons and PlacesWatson, [T.]

Salisbury. See Ibid.Burnet, G.

Winchester. See Ibid.Mew, P.

Black Rod
-, Gentleman Usher (Sir D. Mitchell), allowance to, for attendance on House of Lords, 465, 731
-, in lieu of perquisites, 309, 367, 404, 417, 515, 531, 667.

Yeoman Usher (J. Phillips) payment to, for extraordinary attendance and trouble concerning matters before the House of Lords relating to the Scotch Conspiracy, 188, 554
-, petition of, 188.

Blacksmith, in Massachusetts Bay, making and mending chains, manacles etc. for pirates, 503.

Blankets, for

footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572
-, lodgings at Hampton Court, 318
-, Queen's service at Winchester, 387
-, Women of Bedchamber in waiting, 505.

See also Beds and Bedding.

Blindness
-, chief boatman disabled by, 596
-, person who lost sight, relict of, petition of, and royal bounty for, 206.

Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Boatmen. See Customs.

Boats

allowance for, Datchet Ferry, 241.

fishing boats, 596, 730.

hire of, by Envoy Extraordinary to Tuscany and Genoa, 480, 767
-, by emissary in Morocco, 540
-, by Commissioners of Transports, 189, 764.

maintaining of, by Customs officers, 401, 660, 661, 758.

packet boats. See Post Office packet boats.

See also Canoes
-, Punts.

Bolsters

down, 364.

for

footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572
-, housekeeper, Kensington Palace, 320
-, lodgings at Hampton Court, 318
-, Queen's service at Winchester, 387
-, Queen's service at Windsor, 364
-, Yeomen of the Guard, 524.

satin, 320, 364.

See also Beds and Bedding.

Bookseller (A. Churchill), printing of the Foedera, 118, 259, 347, 744.

Boroughs, abuses in the Stamps revenue 772.

Bottles, glass, duties on. See Excise duties, on glass bottles.

Bounty
-, See Queen Anne's Bounty
-, Royal Bounty.

Bowling Greens
-, at Hampton Court, 733
-, at Winchester, 488
-, near Whitehall Palace, 181, 533.

Boxes

Indian, in Privy Chamber, St. James's Palace, removal of partitions etc., 319.

silver, for Acts of Parliament to be sent to Hanover, 653
-, for Great Seal of Order of Garter, 616
-, for Great Seal to be affixed to treaties, 322, 463, 465, 588
-, with Queen's arms, 465, 588.

Boys. See Mathematical Boys.

Brandy

duties on. See Customs duties, Additional Impositions.

for garrison at Newfoundland, 652.

imported, duties on. See Excise duties, on brandy
-, from Genoa, 166, 459, 523, 536, 657
-, French, 321, 413
-, Portuguese, 397, 509
-, seizures of, 321, 536, 712
-, Spanish, 397, 509.

merchants. See Merchants and Traderstrading or interested in, wines and brandies.

prize

burnt in the Isle of Wight, 674, 712, 739.

duties on. See Customs duties, on brandy
-, Excise duties, on brandy.

forced on shore at Newhaven, 153, 421.

French, 321, 421, 485, 497, 564.

sales of, 255, 269, 287, 744.

proceeds of, for

captors, 255, 269, 287, 645
-, charges of Prize officers, 287
-, duties, 255, 269, 287
-, tenths of Lord High Admiral, petition for remission of, 204, 739
-, the Queen, 255.

Spanish, 258, 287, 564, 625.

smuggling of, prosecutions for, 413, 643
-, noli prosequi, 644.

Brass Candlesticks. See Candlesticks.

Brass Cocks. See Cocks.

Brasswork, of Indian chests and trunks at Kensington, gilding of, 463.

Breaches, in Ludlow Castle and buildings, repair of, 366.

Bread

diet of Spaniard in London, 83.

for Forces. See ArmyAbroad, in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries
-, Army Abroad, in Spain and Catalonia
-, Armyin Ireland, provisions for.

from Morocco, for relief of Gibraltar, 539.

Bread Wagons
-, See ArmyAbroad, in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries
-, Armyin Ireland, provisions for.

Breeches, for drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653.

Brewers

Excise debt of, 163, 184, 442, 527.

of

Bow (Prisca Coburne), 354
-, East Greenwich (J. Hare), 163, 184, 442, 527
-, London (T. Cole), 357, 432.

to Victualling Commissioners, petition concerning beer spoiled by hot summer, 169, 464.

Brewhouses

at Bow, frauds in Excise duties, 354.

King's, used by Victualling Commissioners for brewing drink for the Navy, drink brewed at

embezzlements by Victualling officers, 676.

Excise duty on, arrears of, discharge of, 676
-, discharge of, 676
-, opinion that no duty should be paid, 676.

report and memorial on, 184, 676.

surveys and accounts of brewings, 676.

See also Distilling Houses.

Bricklayer. See Works and Buildings master bricklayer.

Bridges

and passages over ponds and bogs, New Forest, 627.

on Hounslow Heath

bringing water to Hampton Court, 274, 375.

repair of, issue for, 149, 375
-, report and opinion on, 122, 149, 274, 375.

over the

Thames at Datchet, building of, for better convenience of passage to and from Windsor Castle, 610
-, issues for, 70, 87, 634, 653, 697, 745
-, timber for, from Windsor Forest, 155, 371, 400, 610.

Trent, public, petition concerning maintenance of, 188.

Tweed, annuity for repair of, 461.

Brooms
-, allowance for, to Groom of the Vestry, 298
-, for House of Commons, 254.

Brushes
-, hand, for seats and chairs of House of Commons, 430
-, long, for ceilings of House of Commons, 430.

Bucks. See Deer.

Buildings
-, See LandsCrown
-, Works and Buildings.

Bullion
-, importation of, into the Plantations, 522
-, product of the Spanish Dominions, seizure of, 685.

Bureaux
-, in Dressing Room at Kensington Palace, great tortoise-shell, lining of, with velvet, 319
-, lined with green serge, leather for, 319.

Burials, duties on. See Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on.

Butchers
-, of Durham, 312
-, purveyor of butcher's meat. See Royal Householdpurveyors to.

Butter, lost in storm, petition concerning, 320, 457, 458.

Buttons, for King of Spain's liveries, export of, 550.

Bye-laws, of watermen and lightermen, petition relating to, charges of opinion on, 283.