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Index Of Subjects: W

Pages 1205-1213

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

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Wagons

bread wagons. See Army Abroad, in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries
-, Army in Ireland, provisions for.

drawing of, with six horses, against the form of the statute [2 Wm. & Mary, Sess. 2, c. 8], pretended forfeitures for, 314.

gunpowder wagons. See Ordnance.

See also Carts.

Waiters. See Customs.

Walnut Cabinet. See Cabinetsof walnut.

Wapentakes. See Hundreds.

War, 26, 27, 150, 244, 245, 392, 484, 523, 712.

against France, 323.

Articles of War, 633.

Civil Wars, 634.

extraordinaries of, not provided for by Parliament. See Army Abroad, extraordinaries.

in

Cevennes, 93
-, Flanders, 723
-, Ireland. See Armyin Ireland
-, Italy, 59, 62, 587, 591, 613.

late or former, 124, 126, 135, 136, 143, 220, 244, 255, 287, 316, 523, 545, 576, 684, 699, 712.

on frontier of Navarre, 740.

outbreak of, 8.

with Holland, 505.

Wardrobe, house used for, rent of, 298.

Wardrobe, Great

Clerk of (E. Dummer, T. Townsend), 604
-, allowance to, in lieu of poundage from tradesmen and artificers, 604
-, appointment of, 604
-, indisposition and death of, accounts delayed by, 594
-, salary of, payment of, to executors, 652.

goods delivered into

cloth, 442
-, lace, 548.

goods delivered out of

banners, 388
-, clothing, 250, 279, 547, 572, 653
-, furniture and furnishings, 318, 318-319, 319, 320, 322, 342, 357, 364, 376, 387, 429, 430, 456, 460, 505, 512, 524, 572, 588, 653, 704
-, liveries, 285, 388, 463, 465, 485, 495, 653
-, purses, 545, 644
-, standards, 388, 693
-, surplices, 679.

Master or Keeper of (Duke of Montagu), accounts of, 362, 594
-, appointment of, 222
-, issues to, 24, 47, 72, 134, 317, 375, 505, 512, 548, 653
-, office of, reversion of, grant of, 222
-, payments by, 548, 652
-, petition referred to, 176
-, warrants to, for the delivery and repair of furniture, etc., 250, 279, 285, 296, 318, 319, 320, 321-322, 328, 342, 357, 364, 376, 387, 388, 429, 430, 452, 456, 460, 463, 465, 478, 485, 495, 505, 512, 524, 545, 547, 572, 588, 644, 652, 653, 679, 693, 704.

Office of, debt incurred in, issues towards satisfaction of, 19, 24, 44, 47, 77, 134, 317, 375, 505, 512, 653.

repairs etc. to

furniture and furnishings etc., 296, 322, 328, 430, 452, 463, 465, 478, 644
-, tapestries, 296, 319, 322, 328.

tradesmen of, petition of, 155
-, poundage from, to the Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, allowance in lieu of, 604.

Wardrobe, Removing

officers of

attending the King of Spain, allowance to, 348
-, disbursements by, 298.

in Queen's Progresses, disbursements by, 298.

Page of ([R.] Hallett), disbursements by, 628.

Yeoman of (P. Hume), delivery to, of furniture and furnishings etc., 318-319, 322, 357, 364, 387, 429, 456, 465, 572, 588, 704.

Warehousekeepers. See Stamp Duties.

Warehouses. See Customs.

Waste Lands. See LandsCrown.

Watch House, Dublin, building of, 675.

Watchmen. See Night Watchmen.

Water, 83.

for

Hampton Court, 264, 274, 375
-, Queen's House at Richmond, 275
-, St. James's Palace, 628
-, Somerset House, 731
-, Windsor Castle, 491.

New River water, 628.

supply of, cutting of, 275.

Water Engine
-, at Windsor, keeper of (J. Taylor), fee or salary to, 323, 496, 686
-, leases of, 491
-, mills working, purchase of, 491-492, 653
-, supplying water to Windsor Castle, 491.

Water Mills. See Mills.

Water Pipes, leaden, for

conveying water from Coombe to Hampton Court, 264
-, fountains in Kensington Gardens, 264.

Waterage, charges for, 134.

Watering, in Royal Parks. See Royal Parks.

Watermen

bye-laws of, petition relating to, 283.

Royal (King's, Queen's) (48) allowances to, 481
-, arrears to, 37
-, attendance at Windsor and other services, 466
-, badges for, 221, 449, 618
-, liveries for, 465
-, pensioners (8), 465.

See also Customswatermen
-, Lightermen.

Wax, for emissary to Morocco, 540.

See also Stationery Wares.

Weigh House, Queen's, New York, 711.

Weighers. See Customs.

Weighing Porters. See Customs.

Weights and Measures, Standard, 73, 640.

Whale Fins

duties on. See Customs duties.

smuggling of. See Smuggling.

trade, decay of, 401
-, Greenland, 401
-, importers and traders, petition of, 401, 640.

Whalebone, smuggling of. See Smuggling.

Wheat, for Army in Ireland, 412.

Wind, high. See Storms, great.

Wind Mill. See Millswind oil mill.

Windows

curtains for. See Curtains.

duties on

employment in, petitions for, 118, 214, 244, 681.

receipts from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 263, 300, 347, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 588, 611, 630-631, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 769.

surveyor of, indirect practices of, 215-216.

See also Housesduties and rates on.

in Queen Mary's lodgings at Kensington, 296.

Windsor Herald. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Wine Licences

Commissioners of (W. Congreve, N. Fenn, T. Goodall, J. Harwood, T. Lake, R. Lowndes, W. Young), 490.

accounts, 136, 754, 765.

new commission, 490.

payment by, 527.

salaries, 490, 527.

Jamaica, receipts from, 709.

Office, incidents bill, 278
-, place in, petition for, 179.

revenue from, state of, 506.

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

Wines

damaged, duty on, allowance of, 169, 462.

debts for, 254, 299, 681.

duties on. See Customsduties, Additional Impositions
-, Continued Impositions
-, on wines
-, and Tonnage and Poundage.

Exciseduties, on wines.

for

Ambassadors etc. to England, 118, 133, 257, 272, 562
-, garrison at Newfoundland, 652
-, members of Corporation of London, 675
-, Royal Household, 67, 619, 729
-, William III, 234, 681.

forced ashore at Newhaven, 166, 421, 433.

French

Avignon, 335
-, Bordeaux, 321
-, Burgundy, 257, 681
-, Champagne, 257, 681
-, claret, 321
-, forced ashore at Newhaven, 421
-, imported from Holland, 139, 272
-, prize, 234, 251, 255, 257, 258, 293, 313, 318, 321, 376, 422, 445, 497, 511, 657
-, seized, 240, 257, 321, 335, 728-729
-, smuggling of, 413.

from

Canary Islands, 752
-, Genoa, 536
-, Holland, 139, 272, 562, 679
-, Madeiras, 249.

Low, duties on. See Excise duties, on low wines and spirits.

New York, 711.

Portuguese, 194, 577-578.

prizage of, deposits for, 55-56, 182, 420
-, farmer of (Sir J. Paul), 56.

prize, 148, 152, 155, 165, 176, 253, 259-260, 321, 393, 621, 645, 743.

charges concerning, against an agent for prizes, 194.

duties on. See Customs duties, on wines.

French. See WinesFrench.

ransom for, 249.

sales of, by inch of candle or by auction, 15, 103, 224, 240, 241, 249, 251, 255, 257, 259, 293, 297, 313, 318, 335, 376, 391, 402, 422, 445, 461, 496, 497, 511, 605, 657, 743, 763.

proceeds from, application of, to

captors, 224, 251, 255, 297, 335, 496, 645, 743, 763
-, duties, 103, 240, 242, 249, 255, 763
-, Queen, 255
-, ransom, 249.

prosecution for, 623.

salvage of, reward for, 552.

seizures of, 155, 165, 187, 209, 240, 253, 257, 259, 321, 335, 402, 443, 679, 728-729.

smuggling of. See Smuggling.

Wood Yard, stables convenient for, at Windsor, 240.

Woodlands. See LandsCrown.

Woods And Forests

agistment, lease of, 260.

bailiffs (Duke of Bolton, Sir J. Crew)

claim to windfalls, 264.

petitions of, 125
-, for lease of fish pools, 197, 634.

bogs, 627.

borderers on, turning in cattle to feed, 722.

bridges and passages over ponds and bogs, repairer of (P. Newling), office of, discontinuance of, 552, 627
-, salary to, 187, 199, 552, 627.

cattle feeding in, 722.

Chief Justices in Eyre

no seat for a Justice in Eyre in Swainmote Court, Windsor Forest, 158.

Trent North (Duke of Devonshire), salary to, 303, 663.

Trent South (Lord Wharton), appointment of, 761.

conservator or supervisor (H. Mordaunt), allowance to, 508
-, issue to, 508.

coppices in, enclosure of coppice wood, 680
-, gates, stiles etc., felling of trees for, 196, 605
-, timber taken out of, petition concerning, 196.

cord wood. See Woods and Foreststimber.

deer in, 550, 638.

hay for, 367, 390, 480.

neglected, 722.

pasture for, 390.

stealing of, conviction for, 689
-, fine on deer stealer, 573.

three brace of bucks annually out of Bere Forest, stoppage of, complaint concerning, 28-29, 158, 573.

enclosures in, 260, 508, 547, 680, 722-723.

fee farm rent issuing out of, 79, 643.

fee trees. See Woods and Foreststrees.

fish pools, leases of, 603, 634.

forest laws, 436.

foresters. See Woods and ForestsMaster Forester and Warden
-, rangers or riding foresters.

herbage, lease of, 260.

improvement of, proposal for, 205-206.

in the Plantations in America

preservation of, 520.

Surveyor General of (J. Bridger)

appointment of, 520, 545.

deputy to, 520.

instructions to, 520-521.

powers of, 520.

salary to, 520
-, advance of, petition for, 201, 203.

to inform and instruct inhabitants in New England and Colonies adjacent in the making and improving tar and other Naval stores, 520.

surveys of, 520-521.

timber for the Navy, 521.

keepers (G. Jones et al.), allowance to, 508
-, claim to windfall wood and decayed trees, 157, 400
-, deputies of, salaries to, 390
-, payment to, for convicting deer stealer, 689
-, salaries to, 180, 390.

lands in, leases of, 260, 571, 661-662, 722-723, 742.

Lieutenant. See Woods and ForestsWarden and Lieutenant.

lodge, 115.

Lord Wardens (Duke of Newcastle et al.), payment to, 390
-, tenants of, assignment to, of dotard and decayed trees, 662.

Master, Warden and Ranger, office of, petition, states and opinions concerning, 209, 648.

Master Forester and Warden (Earl of Westmorland), office of, grant of, 221, 431.

officers, fees and allowances to, 324, 513, 551, 621, 667
-, arrears of, 156, 400.

pannage, lease of, 260.

parks. See Royal Parks.

pasturage, lease of, 260.

ponds in, 627.

rangers or riding foresters (J. Bromfield, J. Burrard, Earl of Ranelagh), office of, grant of, 137, 647
-, petition of, 137
-, providing hay for deer, 367, 480.

See also Woods and Forests Master, Warden and Ranger.

riding foresters. See Woods and Forestsrangers or riding foresters.

ridings in, 550, 618, 637-638.

supervisor. See Woods and Forestsconservator or supervisor.

Surveyors General

in the Plantations in America. See Woods and Forestsin the Plantations in America.

Trent North (T. Hewett), fee or salary to, 389, 490
-, payments by, 390
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 178, 520, 550, 570, 618, 637-638, 753-754
-, warrant to, 637-638.

Trent South (E. Wilcox), 8, 59, 62, 73, 122, 154, 156, 253, 264, 371, 400, 662, 680
-, accounts of, 176, 758
-, fee to, 310, 515
-, issues to, 70, 300
-, payments by, 176, 300, 495, 521, 627
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 59, 111, 113, 117, 131, 137, 142, 155, 167, 177, 180, 184, 187, 199, 209, 215, 227, 335, 387, 477, 521, 523, 526, 536, 537, 545, 552, 554, 599, 627, 636, 709
-, warrants to, 176, 227, 495, 509, 545, 547, 553, 593, 610, 627, 768.

Swainmote Courts in, 158, 436.

timber

belonging to the Crown, discovery of, 103, 221, 237-238.

cord wood, contract for, 43, 59, 62, 167, 477, 509, 593
-, contractors for (R. Avenant, P. Foley, J. Wheeler), 43, 477.

for

building bridge over Thames at Datchet, 155, 371, 400, 610
-, coppices, 680
-, Navy, 8, 187, 215, 253, 521, 526, 553-554, 709
-, stiling etc., 196.

neglected, 722.

preservation of, 547.

taken out of coppices, 196.

wood cutting, 211.

wood sales, 390, 547.

trees

blown down in storm, 8, 253
-, dotard and decayed, 400, 662
-, fee trees, 178, 520, 753-754
-, felling, 196, 215, 547, 553-554, 605, 618, 637-638, 662, 709
-, taken out, under pretence, 680
-, underwood, cutting of, 662
-, windfalls, 156, 253, 264, 400
-, young, 547, 662, 722.

valuations, 178, 520, 618, 620.

verderers, claim of, to fee trees, 753-754
-, payment to, 689
-, petition of, concerning fees and allowances, 178, 190, 520.

views, 178, 520.

Warden and Lieutenant, 551.

wardens, complaint against, 28-29, 158, 573
-, reward to, 573.

See also Woods and Forests Lord Wardens
-, Master, Warden and Ranger
-, Master Forester and Warden
-, Warden and Lieutenant.

woodwards (G. Jones, T. Newton), account of, surplusage on, 199, 625
-, claim of, to windfall wood and decayed trees, 157, 400.

works in, 495, 627.

See also Index of Persons and Places

Bere Forest.

Dean Forest.

Delamere Forest.

New Forest.

Rockingham Forest.

Salcey Forest.

Sherwood Forest.

Waltham Forest.

Whittlewood Forest.

Windsor Forest.

Wychwood Forest.

Wool

exportation, transportation or smuggling of

fines and imprisonment for, 140, 143, 205, 337, 353, 531, 550, 743.

from

Ireland, into foreign parts, 297
-, into France, 682.

Scotland, into France and foreign parts, 266, 415.

into

foreign parts, 297, 415
-, France, 266, 337, 353, 415, 550, 682
-, Scotland, 140, 173, 266, 356, 415, 564.

offenders, boldness of, 415.

preventing of

Acts concerning, (1 Wm. & Mary, c. 32), 415
-, (10 Wm. III, c. 16), 297, 415.

authority for, petition for, 193, 564.

Dragoons employed in, 208, 403, 688.

officers for, 191, 192, 266, 403, 415, 577.

firearms for, 415.

increases to, 414, 415.

petitions for appointment, 122, 149, 266, 415.

surveyors general of

borders of Scotland, appointment of, 140, 173, 356, 564.

coasts of Ireland, petition for additional allowance, 682.

See also Customs riding or preventive officers.

French, seizures of, 447.

imported under licence, 297.

merchant interested in. See Merchants and Traders trading or interested in, wool.

Spanish, advantage of, to fine cloth, 530
-, no duty on, 530
-, seizure of, 530.

trade between Berwick and Alnwick, 577.

within 15 miles of borders of Scotland put under same regulations as wool within 5 miles of the sea, 415.

Woollen Goods, French, prize, sale of, 234, 255, 258.

Woollen Manufacture

goods, exported

chiefly to Portugal, 703
-, to Spain, 685.

in co. York

decay of, caused by smuggling of wool into Scotland and its transport from thence into France, 415.

merchants, clothiers and traders interested in. See Merchants and Traders trading or interested in, woollen manufacture.

Ireland, taking away of, 708.

Woolpacks. See Lords, House of.

Work House
-, Dublin, finishing of, petition for grant of revenue towards, 586
-, Governor and Guardians of, petition of, 106, 207, 586
-, poor distressed persons employed in, 586.

Works And Buildings

accounts, 149, 271, 280, 431.

additional, order concerning, renewal of, 21.

alterations, order concerning, 431.

Audley End, 281.

Board, 21, 417, 431, 432.

meetings of

clerk of works for Whitehall, St. James's and Westminster to attend and take minutes etc., 432.

general, monthly, to consider accounts and prices, 431
-, Paymaster to attend, 432.

minutes of, 432.

weekly, 431.

writing clerks to attend, 432.

members of

all services in Office of Works to be performed by, or by at least three of them including the Surveyor, 431.

being the four Principal Officers including the Surveyor, 431.

deputies of, other than of the Surveyor, to have the Lord Treasurer's warrant for acting, 432.

not to be concerned in any work in their own names or under the names of any others, order concerning, renewal of, 21.

to be called by Surveyor on receiving Queen's verbal orders for immediate works, 431.

Clerk of, directions to, for the making of alterations and repairs, 431
-, nomination and displacement of, 431.

clerks of, for Royal Houses, assistants for, 432
-, detailed, 432
-, keeping and accounting for stores, 432
-, to measure all works etc., 432.

contracts for, 21, 322, 431.

Exchequer fees, 21, 281.

extraordinary, 281.

Greenwich, 281, 648.

Hampton Court, alterations or repairs, order concerning, 281
-, clerk of, 432
-, extraordinary, 281
-, gardens, 683, 733
-, joiner's work, 211, 636
-, officers of, fees and allowances to, 329, 443, 513, 672
-, painting etc., 644
-, plumber's work, 264
-, stores, removal of altar piece, 583.

Hounslow, extraordinary, 281
-, repair of bridges on Hounslow Heath, 122, 149, 274, 375.

immediate, estimates and orders for, 431.

Kensington, clerk of, 432
-, extraordinary, 281
-, fountains, pipes for, 264
-, gardens, 9, 16, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619, 683, 713, 733-734
-, greenhouse, 329
-, sentry boxes, 159, 416
-, stairs, 122
-, wall of new plantation, 329.

locksmith, Queen's (P. Harris), petition of, 143, 415
-, works by, orders for, 415.

London and Westminster

Cotton House, 77, 646.

paving, 281.

St. James's Palace, 281, 737
-, clerk of, 432
-, sentry box, 159, 416.

St. James's Park, 9, 26, 257, 281, 340, 375, 399, 455, 562, 616, 619, 639, 683, 746.

Scotland Yard, buildings adjoining wall of Duke of Somerset's garden, 155, 165, 195, 376, 439, 592.

Somerset House, 766
-, clerk of, when it comes to the Crown, 432.

Tower of London, 281
-, clerk of, 432
-, Record Office in, 154, 377, 403.

Westminster Abbey, repairs to the Old Chapter House, 196, 599.

Westminster Palace, 281
-, clerk of, 432
-, Houses of Parliament, lamps etc. for, 121, 269, 286, 674
-, Parliament Office, repairs to, 105, 131, 239, 331
-, Star Chamber, 281
-, white house in Stephens Court, 99, 768.

Whitehall

alterations or repairs, order concerning, 281.

clerk of, 432.

Cockpit, alterations, 423.

engines and workmen extinguishing fire, 281.

lodgings and offices, 281.

Paper Office, alterations to, 87.

paving, 281.

Privy Garden, enclosure of part of, around the fountain, 614
-, repairs, 281.

sentry box, 159, 416.

Tilt Yard, sentry box, 159, 416.

Ludlow Castle, 372.

master bricklayer (R. Stacey), payment to, 329
-, petition for payment, 133, 321
-, work at Kensington, 329.

master carpenter (M. Banks, J. Churchill)

deputy to (J. Churchill), approval of, 285, 295
-, petition for, 108, 285.

empowered by patent to act by deputy, 285.

office of, grant of, 646
-, surrender of, 646.

master joiner (A. Fort, C. Hobson), appointment of, 74, 646
-, office of, petitions for, 74, 209, 636
-, work at Hampton Court, 211, 636.

master mason (B. Jackson), accused of performing mason's work as private contractor despite prohibitive order, 21, 133, 322
-, petition for arrears, 185.

materials for, orders concerning, 432.

measurement of works by clerks of Works, 432.

new, accounts for, 280
-, order concerning, 21.

Newmarket, clerk of, 432
-, gardens, 733-734
-, issue for, 67
-, payments for, 281
-, removal of forge and coach houses, 620.

Office of

bills on, 103.

debt in, issues to clear, 30, 44, 94, 134, 334, 409, 505, 645, 741.

imprest for service of, 447.

management of, instructions for, 271, 280
-, new, 271, 431-432.

orders to be observed by, 21, 431-432.

services in, to be performed at the Board by all four Principal Officers or at least three of them of whom the Surveyor to be one, 431.

work for, employment of persons for, resolution concerning, 21.

officers of, 16, 122, 131, 133, 134, 149, 155, 159, 188, 196, 274, 403, 416, 648.

deputies for, 432.

employed to make contracts or allow bills for work done, prohibited from undertaking or performing such works, 322, 432.

fees and salaries, 21, 281, 310, 367, 417, 432, 515, 663.

in constant attendance, having lodgings in Scotland Yard, not to lend or let lodgings without concurrence of the majority of the other officers, 432.

Principal (four) (Sir C. Wren et al.), 21, 73, 74, 105, 108, 119, 121, 133, 154, 209, 211, 239, 264, 269, 271, 285, 321, 331, 361, 372, 376, 377, 415, 423, 536, 616, 636, 644, 674, 683, 690, 703.

all services in Office of Works to be done by, at the Board, or by at least three of them of whom the Surveyor to be one, 431.

attending the Queen in any Progress, to certify accounts, 431.

contracts to be made by, 21.

See also Works and BuildingsSurveyor General of.

riding charges, 281, 432.

orders, 21, 431-432.

Paymaster of (T. Lloyd, P. Packer)

accounts, 134, 136, 149, 264, 280-281, 432, 615, 676.

instructions to, 432.

issues to, 9, 16, 24, 26, 30, 44, 67, 77, 257, 264, 285, 286, 329, 334, 340, 372, 375, 399, 409, 447, 455, 505, 562, 619, 620, 639, 645, 646, 741, 746.

payments by, 9, 16, 24, 26, 67, 257, 264, 285, 286, 329, 340, 372, 375, 399, 455, 562, 619, 620, 639, 713, 733, 741, 746.

persons employed, resolution concerning, 21.

Purveyor to (C. Hobson), 74.

stores brought in by, keeping and accounting for, by clerks of Works, 432.

to provide

all materials, 432
-, warrants for materials to be signed by Surveyor, 432.

extra workpeople, 432.

repairs, order concerning, 431.

roads. See Roads.

Royal Gardens. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

Royal Palaces and Houses. See Royal Palaces and Houses.

Royal Parks. See Royal Parks.

[serjeant painter] (T. Highmore), petition of, for payment, 644.

stables. See Royal Mews and Stables
-, Stables.

stores

brought in by the Purveyor, keeping and accounting of, 432.

prices of, consideration of, 431.

provision of, when prices are cheap, 431-432.

Surveyor General of (Sir C. Wren), 530, 648.

approval by, of assistants to look after stores, 432.

attending the Queen in any Progress, to certify accounts, 431.

contract between, and carpenter at Newmarket, 620.

deputy of, to be approved by the Lord Treasurer, 432.

instructions, directions and orders to, 23, 87, 99, 133, 137, 195, 322, 332, 356, 376, 592, 599, 614, 659, 699, 737, 766, 768.

memorials etc. of, 67, 165.

nomination by, of Clerk of Works, 431.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 117, 148, 195, 209, 335, 439, 592, 599, 636, 637, 644, 646, 713, 733, 750, 756.

signing by, of warrants to Purveyor for materials, 432.

to

attend or attending the Treasury, 21, 30, 74, 87
-, be one of the Principal Officers performing all services in the Office of Works, 431
-, call a Board on receiving Queen's verbal orders for immediate work and to present an estimate, 431.

warrants to, 295, 583.

Winchester, 281
-, clerk of, 432
-, officers, tenements and land in possession of, petition for lease of, 488.

Windsor Castle

account of, 136.

bills for, 616.

bridge over Thames at Datchet, building of, issues for, 87, 634, 653, 697, 745.

carving, care of, payment to G. Gibbons for, 86, 686.

Comptroller of (Sir C. Wren), patent fee, 513.

gardens, 9, 16, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619, 733-734.

issues for, 35, 134, 281, 322, 451, 540, 548, 645, 741.

Paymaster of (W. Roberts), accounts of, 136, 154, 404
-, issues to, 86, 87, 134, 136, 154, 281, 322, 451, 540, 548, 634, 645, 653, 686, 697, 741, 745
-, petition of, for allowance of fees, 404.

plumber (J. Roberts, M. Roberts), appointment of, 131, 354
-, payments to, 264
-, resignation of, 131, 354.

stables, 23.

Surveyor of (J. Ball), patent fee, 513.

Woodstock, erection of mansion house and gardens for or by direction of the Duke of Marlborough, 290, 313, 761.

accounts, 313, 522.

charge of, estimate for, 356.

Comptrollers of (W. Boulter, H. Joynes), appointment of, 313, 727
-, to act jointly with the Surveyor in the making of contracts, 727.

contracts relating to, 356, 727.

inspection of contracts and works, 356.

issues for, 24, 32, 39, 46, 57, 65, 71, 76, 78, 86, 98, 159, 305, 313, 353, 375, 395, 420, 444, 483, 510, 522, 561, 612, 633, 645, 686, 722, 739, 744, 761
-, account of, to be rendered only to the Duke of Marlborough, 313, 522.

state of, 159.

Surveyor of (J. Vanbrugh), appointment of, 290
-, to act jointly with the Comptrollers in the making of contracts, 727.

workpeople, extra, to be provided by the Purveyor, 432.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and PlacesIreland.

Worsted Fringe. See Fringe.

Wounded Seamen. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

Wounded Soldiers. See Armysick and wounded.

Wrecks. See Ships and Shipping wrecked.

Writers. See News Writers.