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Index Of Subjects: G

Pages 1104-1106

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

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Gala Clothes, for Envoy Extraordinary, 346.

Galloon (Galloone), gold, lining for writing tables at St. James's Palace, 430.

Game
-, preserving of, at Richmond, Hampton Court and places adjacent, 755
-, in cos. Berks and Buckingham, 354, 369.

Gamekeepers

at

Hampton Court, 98, 755.

Newmarket, Queen's Gamekeeper (Sir J. Cotton), petition for grant of lodge and salary, 195, 598
-, under keepers, 195.

Richmond, 98, 755.

establishment or appointment of, 98, 354, 369, 755.

for cos. Berks and Buckingham, 98, 354, 369.

liveries, 98, 354, 369, 755.

salaries, 98, 354, 755.

Gaols. See Prisons and Gaols.

Gardeners, 585. See also Royal Gardens and Plantationskeeping and maintaining of, keepers or gardeners.

Gardens

at

Cotton House, 659
-, Guildford, 506, 623
-, Woodstock, 313, 727.

hangings or tapestries of. See Tapestries.

in Richmond, co. Surrey, 416.

of Duke of Somerset, near Scotland Yard, 155, 165, 195, 376, 439, 592.

Royal Gardens. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

See also LandsCrown.

Garter, Order of the

annuity for support of, 250, 448, 619.

Book of Statutes, 616.

[Chancellor of] (G. Burnet), 250, 448, 619.

for Electoral Prince of Brunswick Lneburg, 616
-, commissioners for delivery of (Lord Halifax, J. Vanbrugh), travelling expenses of, 634, 677.

Garter King (Sir H. St. George), 616
-, salary, 389.

great double seal for, 763.

great seal of, 616.

habit and ornaments of, 616.

regalia of, diamonds in, 616.

signet for, 763.

Gatehouse, leading from King Street into New Palace Yard, petition for liberty to pull down and to enlarge the carriageway, 562, 572-573.

Gatekeepers. See Royal Parks.

Gaugers. See Excise.

Gazette, advertisements or notices in, 20, 122, 210, 739, 772.

Gazettes, for Envoys Extraordinary, 345, 346, 347, 568, 621, 689, 756.

General Post Office. See Post Office.

General Society. See East India Company.

Gentleman Usher Black Rod. See Black Rod.

Gentlemen, of

Bank of England. See Bank of England.

Chapel Royal. See Chapels Royal.

East India Company. See East India Company.

Essex, petition of, 205.

Gloucestershire, letter concerning cutting of wood, Dean Forest, 211.

the Robes. See Robes.

Gentlemen Pensioners, Band of

attending the Queen at Windsor on Sundays and other solemnities, without allowance for travelling charges, 687-688.

former gentleman ( Alston), bounty for, in consideration of arrears and poverty, 84.

Paymaster of (W. Smith), issues to, 337, 463, 551, 689
-, memorial of, 145.

petition of, to be put on the same footing as the rest of the Royal Household, 687-688.

taxes on, 688.

wages and board wages, issues for, 86, 145, 337, 551, 689.

Gifts

christening gifts, 588, 678.

Christmas gifts, 479, 480.

made by

Envoys Extraordinary. See Ambassadors, From England to Foreign Countries
-, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, 733
-, the Queen, 319, 588, 678.

New Year's gifts, 345, 622, 733.

of gold plate for horse race in Yorkshire, 319.

promised by William III to G. Cholmondley, 276.

to

commander and officers of yacht, 757
-, gentleman of the Chapel Royal, 678
-, Grand Duke of Tuscany, etc., 479, 480
-, officers and clerks of the Exchequer and Treasury, 733
-, officers of the Emperor of Germany, etc., 345, 622, 689
-, officers of the Courts of Berlin and Hanover, 346.

See also Presents.

Gilding
-, of brasswork, 463
-, of plate, 456, 460.

Gilt

nails. See Nails.

plate. See Jewel Houseplate
-, Plate.

Girts
-, for Queen's bedding, 357
-, leather, 357
-, of dressing chair for Withdrawing Room in Queen's Little House, Windsor, 319
-, silk, 319.

Glass and Glasses

at

Kensington, 463
-, in Dressing Room, 319, 644
-, in Queen Mary's lodgings, 296.

Ludlow Castle, 366.

St. James's Palace, in lodgings, 430
-, in Privy Chamber, 319
-, in Waiting Room, 319.

border, for panel, 319.

chimney, 296, 319, 366, 463, 644.

cleaning of, 644.

for

gold pocket frame, 319
-, Indian frame, 319
-, Queen [of Morocco's] clock, 539
-, sconces, 430, 644.

looking glass, for lodgings at Hampton Court, 318.

mending or repairing of, 296, 366, 430.

over chimneys and piers between windows, 296.

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

Glasses. See Glass and Glasses.

Gloves, for a child of the Chapel Royal, 250.

Gold

chain. See Chain.

cloth. See Cloth.

coining of. See Mintcoining.

coins. See Mintmoney.

frame. See Framespocket.

fringe. See Fringe.

galloon. See Galloon.

lace. See Lace.

medal. See Medals.

multiplying of, statute against (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), bill from Ireland for repealing, report on, 221-222.

of pirates. See Pirates, in the Plantationsgoods and effects of.

plate. See Jewel Houseplate
-, Plate.

works. See Jewel Houseplate
-, jewels, etc.

Goldsmiths, 616.

of London, 242, 338, 461.

Queen's Goldsmith (S. Smithin), payments to, for gold works etc. delivered or to be delivered into the Jewel House, 433, 456-457, 460, 652.

Gout, in the head, 765.

Grand Alliance, 703.

Grand Inquests. See Inquests.

Grand Juries. See Juries.

Great Roll of the Pipe. See Exchequer CourtPipe, The.

Great Seal

commissions under, 39, 544.

Keeper or Lord Keeper of (W. Cooper, [Sir N.] Wright), 162, 192.

annuity to, or yearly sum, out of the Post Office, 451, 501.

apartment or room of, at the House of Lords, chairs for, 429
-, hangings for, 429
-, lodgings under, 406.

judgment of, 196.

patent or appointment of, 451, 501.

royal bounty to, 459.

to be affixed to treaties, silver boxes for, 322, 463, 465, 588.

warrants for, 225, 233, 236, 247, 299, 314, 328, 354, 431, 437, 451, 490, 604, 618, 646, 647, 650, 655, 671, 706.

Great Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Great.

Greek Youths, at Oxford, maintenance and education of, 149, 552.

Green Cloth, Board of. See Royal Household.

Greenhouse, at Kensington, bricklayer's bill for, 329.

Greenwax. See Exchequer Court.

Grooms

Groom Porter, servant to (R. Fransum), allowance to, in lieu of all bills, 111
-, petition of, 111.

of the

Chamber. See Chamber, The.

Robes. See Robes.

Royal Household. See Royal Household.

Stole. See Royal Bedchamber.

Vestry. See ChapelsRoyal.

Guilders. See Coins.

Guineas. See Coins.

Gums
-, gum Senegal (seneca), 529
-, mixed in liquid compositions for staining calicoes and imported from Holland, 429, 529
-, not to be disguised [by 3-4 Anne, c. 18], 429
-, of Africa, 529.

Gunners. See Ordnance.

Gunpowder. See Ordnance.

Guns. See Ordnance.

Gutters
-, mending of, order concerning, to be observed by Office of Works, 431
-, of Ludlow Castle, clearing of, of dirt and rubbish, 366.