Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20, 1705-1706. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Kane, Jos[eph], of Ireland, clothier to Sir R. Temple's Regiment, petition of, 159, 172, 425.
- See also Cane.
Kay, Nath[aniel], petition of, 172.
-, William, petition of, 123.
-, -, stamper in the Stamp Office, appointment of, 46.
Keate, Lancelot, reversionary annuity orders, 446, 626.
Keating, [Edmund], captain in the Earl of Donegall's Regiment, company of, 244.
-, William, Farmer of the Hearthmoney, co. Wexford, 574
-, surety for. See Bradstreet, S.
Keble, John, lease of lands in Nottingham, 328.
Keeling, John, engraver, payment to, 394.
Kegwin (Keigwin), Martin, payment to, for overpayment for salt, 393.
-, Robert, caveat concerning grant of the Vigilant and her cargo, 543.
Keightley, Thomas, a Commissioner of Excise and Revenue, Ireland, 633.
Keigwin. See Kegwin.
Kellerby, John, tidesman, Shields in Newcastle port, 615.
Kelly, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 468.
Kelsey, North, co. Lincoln, estate in, 342.
Kemp, Edward, lease of tenement in Netherton, 713, 747.
-, [? John], moneyer of the Mint, goods of, distress on, 361.
-, [Robert], captain in Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14, 15.
-, William, lease of tenement in Netherton, 713, 747.
Kempenfelt, [Magnus], captain in Colonel W. Seymour's Regiment of Marines, company of, 13.
Kennedy, David, collector of Customs, Pocomac, Maryland, 660, 758.
-, Mary, Countess of Cassilis, petition of, 29, 156
-, royal bounty to, 29, 156, 413.
Kennet, Susan, reversionary annuity, 715.
Kenrick, John, executor of W. Cranmer, annuity to, 385.
Kensington, co. Middlesex, 146.
chimney glasses, etc., 463
-, cleaning of, 644
-, repairing of, 296.
Drawing Room, tapestry in, cleaning, mending and fitting of, 296.
Dressing Room, furniture for, 319.
furniture and furnishings, 319, 342
-, repairs to, 296.
Gardens and Plantations, dimensions of, 683.
maintenance of, contract for, 733
-, contractor for. See Wise, H.
works in, issues or payments for, 9, 16, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619, 713.
Bowling Green, 733.
fountains, leaden pipes for, 264.
Garden of Dwarfs, 733.
greenhouse, building of, 329.
Kitchen Garden, 733, 734.
gardener or keeper of, salary to, 734. See also Kirk, W.
Long Terrace, 733.
Long Walk, 733.
New Plantation, wall of, building of, 329.
New Wilderness, 713.
gate of, 300.
guard room or house, and sutlery, repairs to, 202, 248, 530, 698.
housekeeper of, bedding for, 320
-, lodgings of, 402, 501. See also Brienne, [S. de]
-, Lowman, H.
Indian Chest, new gilding of brasswork and cover for, 463.
Indian Figures, cleaning, mending and fitting of, 296.
Indian Trunks, frames for, and new gilding of brasswork and cover, 463.
lodgings, for chaplains in waiting, 298
-, for servants etc. of William III, 111, 132-133, 146, 369, 465, 518
-, of housekeeper, 402, 501.
Music Room, sconces in, cleaning and repair of, 644.
Privy Chamber, Indian Figures in, cleaning, mending and fitting of, 296.
Queen Anne at, in Council, orders of, 577, 595, 596, 600, 621, 623
-, servants etc. attending, allowances to, 263, 298, 465, 628
-, spaw water for, 402, 501.
Queen Anne's Lodgings, furniture in, repairs to, 296.
Queen Mary's Bedchamber, chimney glass for, 463
-, closet adjoining, chimney glass for, 463.
Queen Mary's Lodgings, chimney glasses etc., repairing of, 296.
Queen's Bedroom, tapestry in, cleaning, mending and fitting of, 296.
Queen's Drawing Room, curtains etc. for, 342
-, furniture for, 342.
Queen's Dressing Room, chimney glass in, cleaning of, 644.
Queen's Withdrawing Room, furniture for, 319.
road leading to, from Hyde Park, watering of, 300, 537.
sconces, cleaning and repairing of, 644.
sentry box, repairing or re-building of, 416.
stables of William III, deputy surveyor of. See Vaughan, J.
tapestry, cleaning, mending and fitting of, 296.
wardrobekeeper. See Lowman, Mary.
warrant dated at, 354.
Works, 281, 329
-, clerk of, 432
-, stairs, new pair of, 122.
-, county of, coast of, Customs officers on, attempt upon, by men from a French shallop, 363
-, guard of, riding officers for, surveyor general of. See Baker, H.
Crown Land Revenues, Auditor of. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.
illeviable, account of, 564.
produce of, state of, 221.
Customs officers for preventing the exportation of wool to France and the importation of silks, 266, 415
-, Dragoons assisting, 151, 208, 403, 688.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Fausset, W.
Kent, Earl of. See Grey, H.
Kent, Geo[rge], corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 716.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln, extraordinary charges of, payment for, to executors, 358, 372.
-, Thomas, petition of, for place of tidesman in fee, 683
-, served in the Army, 683
-, tidesman in extraordinary, 683.
Kenyon, Thomas, executor of L. Lloyd, composition from, 601.
-, Arnold Joost van, 1st Earl of Albemarle, bedchamber of, at Hounslow, 281
-, lodgings of, at Whitehall Palace, 281
-, Master of the Robes to William III, accounts of, allowances in and petitions concerning, 107, 181, 191, 201, 279, 534, 638, 745
-, royal bounty for, 16.
-, William, chief workman of P. Mauvillan, evidence of, concerning composition of liquids for staining calico, 529
-, in Holland, making observation for advancement of the trade of printing calico, 529.
Keroualle, Louise Renee de Penancoet de, Duchess of Portsmouth, annuity or pension of, assigned to Lord Waldegrave, 237, 278, 481, 572, 671-672.
Kerr, Lord Mark, regiment of. See Index of SubjectsArmy, Regiments, Foot, .
-, William, Lord [5th Baron] Jedburgh [afterwards 2nd Marquess of Lothian], regiment of. See Index of SubjectsArmy, Regiments, Horse, .
Kershe, Ann, petition of, 172.
Kettle, Phil[ip], merchant, evidence of, concerning composition of liquids for staining calico, 529.
Key, John, clothier to Colonel J. Rivers' Regiment, payment to, and petition for payment, 135, 150, 321, 352.
Keys, Hugh, tidesman, Salcombe, 701.
Keyser, Han[nah], reversionary annuity, 717.
-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 717.
-, (Kid, Kyd, Kydd), William, pirate, goods and effects of, concealed in the West Indies, petition concerning discovery of, 741, 765
-, proceeds of, grant of, for use of Greenwich Hospital, 16, 292, 678.
taken, condemned and executed, 292, 678.
Kidwell, , employed by B. Jackson, 21.
Kilkenny, county of, estate in, petition for aid in recovery of, 191.
Kilkenny, co. Kilkenny, proposal of, as centre for linen manufacture in the south of Ireland, 632, 708.
Killigrew (Killegrew), Dame Barbara, relict of Sir Robert, pension, allowance or bounty to, for the support of herself and her children, 81, 694.
-, Charles, Master of the Revels, fee to, 303.
-, Dame Frances, widow of Sir Peter, petition of, concerning the removal of the agent for packet boats from Falmouth to Flushing, 549-550.
-, Henry, 81, 694.
-, -, royal bounty to, 4.
-, -, [colonel], regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects Marine Regiments, Two Old Marine Regiments, .
-, -, doctor, Master of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.
-, Mary, widow of Henry, pension, allowance or bounty to, for the support of herself and her children, 81, 694
-, petition of, 81, 172.
-, Sir Peter, 549.
-, Sir Robert, 81, 694
-, petition of, 160, 172.
-, William, petition of, 156
-, royal bounty to, 156, 378.
Kilpatrick, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.
King, , Agent for Prizes, Dublin, 644.
-, Gregory, Lancaster Herald, salary to, 389
-, Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, appointment of, 150, 374.
-, John, petition of, concerning his services and sufferings and praying relief, 562.
-, -, petition of, concerning discovery of fraudulent settlements by Sir J. Gifford, 616.
-, Thomas, boatman, Scarborough, dismissed, 526.
-, -, colonel, memorial of, concerning promise of a brevet, 165.
-, -, highway robber, apprehending of, reward for, 590.
-, -, tobacco importer, petition of, concerning seizure of tobacco, 422.
-, -, et al., of London, merchants and privateer owners, petitions of, concerning prize wines, 135, 235, 251, 257.
Kingdon, Jane, a Maid of Honour, salary to, 277, 337, 428, 528.
Kingston, Earl of. See Pierrepont, E.
Kingston, George, share of proceeds of the Lewis, 392.
Kingston upon Hull. See Hull.
-, (Kinnoul), Earl of. See Hay, G.
-, Hay, T.
Kinsale, co. Cork, goods smuggled from East India ships, 582, 633.
provisions carried to, from Cork, for supply of Danish Forces, 280.
ships at, or going to, from East Indies, 582, 633
-, from Cork, 280
-, prize and cargo, replevied, 308.
taking of, 401.
Yard, clearing of, issues for, 48, 517.
See also Charles Fort.
-, (Kirke), Jonathon, executor of Thomas, 382
-, assignee of. See Langton, G.
-, Piercy, tenement of, near Whitehall Palace, 533.
-, Thomas, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 382.
executors of. See Hamond, J.
-, Kirk, J.
-, -, Agent for Prizes, Genoa, and all ports and places belonging to the Republic of Genoa, appointment of, 554-555, 723
-, security not given by, 723.
Consul at Genoa, disbursements for English seamen prisoners, 123, 309
-, hire of felucca for conveyance of letters to and from Catalonia, 767.
-, William, keeper or gardener of the Kitchen Garden, Kensington Palace, appointment of, 462
-, discharged, 462
-, petition of, 462
-, profits and salary to, 462.
Kirkham, Jo[hn], reversionary annuity, 718.
-, Ma., reversionary annuity, 718.
Kirton, Anto[ny], grant of messuage or tenement in Christleton, 725.
-, John, grant of messuage or tenement in Christleton, 725.
-, John, collector of Customs, Ipswich port, salary to, in lieu of customer's fees, 701, 706
-, removal of, petition for, 706.
Knap, John, et al., petition of, for new grant of wrecks on the coast of Ireland, 123, 262-263.
Knapton, , son of William, waiter and searcher, St. Mawes, appointment of, 701.
-, William, waiter and searcher, St. Mawes, 701.
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, the Queen's Principal Painter, payment to, 546.
Knight, , petition of, 150.
-, John, orders for annuities, stop on, 135, 326, 413.
-, -, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, -, assistant to T. Fox, Receiver General of the Customs, 181.
Receiver General and Cashier of the Customs, accounts of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 172, 181, 403, 462
-, issue to, 90.
-, Richard Davis, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Northampton, 461.
-, Tho[mas], tidesman, Newcastle, appointment of, 560.
Knollys, Charles, 4th Earl of Banbury, petition of, 204.
-, George, cornet in Brigadier H. Cunningham's Regiment, going to raise recruits in Ireland, 295
-, petition of, for restoration of money seized by Customs officer at Chester, 123, 295.
-, [Thomas, Surveyor General of the coasts of Ireland for the prevention of the exportation of wool etc.], petition of, for an additional allowance, 682.
Knype, George, of Semley, outlawed for debt, estate of, petition for grant from proceeds of sale of, 370.
Kyd, Kydd. See Kidd.