Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20, 1705-1706. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Val. See Delaval.
Valencia, Kingdom of, Spain, reduction of, 692.
Valencia, Valentia, Spain, 668, 692.
Valencia de Alcntara, Valenza, Spain, [siege of], 210.
Valentia. See Valencia.
Valenza. See Valencia de Alcntara.
Vallett, Henry, payment to, in part, for freight of the Providence etc., 412.
Valliere, Alexander, appearance of, at Westminster, 509.
sureties for. See Goupy,
-, Medley, B.
Van Boys, Van Buys. See Buys.
Van Cortland. See Cortland.
Van Homrigh. See Homrigh.
Van Hulls. See Hulls.
Van Keppel. See Keppel.
Van Reede. See Reede.
Van Slingeland. See Slingeland.
-, (Vanburgh), John, petition of, for extension of lease near the Haymarket, 400, 630
-, theatre etc. built by, 400, 630.
-, -, Clarencieux King of Arms, 634
-, salary to, 389.
a Commissioner for delivering the Garter to the Electoral Prince of Brunswick Lneberg, 634.
-, -, Surveyor of the Works, Woodstock, 290, 727.
-, Kendrick, correspondent in London with Customs officers in Ireland, 253.
-, William, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 381.
-, -, son and administrator of William, annuity to, 381.
-, -, [Deputy Comptroller of the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office], 21, 133, 204, 209, 298, 628
-, petitions referred to, and reports by, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 114, 119, 132, 143, 146, 201, 205, 214, 246, 636, 687.
-, Jacob, Paymaster of the Danish, Dutch and Saxe Gotha Forces, account of, 85, 684
-, agent to. See Sohnius, .
Vanderkaa, , issue to, for transporting sick and wounded, 66.
Vandernath (Von Dernath), Count Gerhard, Minister from the Duke of Holstein, present for, 67, 618, 635.
Vandiere, Magdalen, pension to, 83, 693.
Vandry, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.
Vane, George, lease of herbage and pannage of woodlands in the manor of Chopwell, 763.
Vanhomrigh. See Homrigh.
-, George, devisee and executor of William, 385
-, widow and administratrix of. See Ryan, Mary.
-, John, devisee and executor of William, annuity to, 385.
-, William, assignee of J. Lindsay, annuity to, 385.
Vanson, David, letter relating to salt used in the preservation of fish, 149.
Vatable (Vetable), Peter, of Dublin, merchant in wool, tobacco etc., petition of, concerning seizure of money sent to England for tobacco duty, 179, 190, 459.
-, Prince Ch[arles] of, meeting and entertaining of, by English Envoy, 480
-, retinue of, officers of, 480.
-, Ellinor or Hellen, petition of, 148
-, royal bounty to, in lieu of claims to, or arrears of, pension, 148, 378.
-, John, deputy surveyor of William III's stables at Kensington, petition of, 190.
-, -, Lord [3rd Earl] Carbery (Carbury), letter of, 183.
-, Robert, weigher, Hull port, appointment of, 741.
Vebron, [Elizabeth], widow, a French pensioner, memorial concerning the placing of, upon the Irish Establishment, 216.
Velley, Eliz[abeth], assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 382.
-, Thomas, son and executor of Eliz[abeth], annuity to, 382.
Venables Bertie. See Bertie.
Venge, William, arrears to, 552.
Venice, Republic of, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Montagu, C., Earl of Manchester.
Ambassador from, favour dispensed to, by mistake, 183
-, goods of, arrived from Holland, memorial concerning, 183, 466, 511
-, memorial of, concerning duties, 189, 535. See also Mocenigo, [A.]
duties on raisins and currants shipped in English bottoms, 189, 535.
shipping of, duties on, 535.
-, city of, 54, 479
-, Consul at. See Broughton, H.
-, remittance to, 591.
Venner, [Samuel], colonel, [Governor of the Hospital in Ireland], 732.
Veran, Hen[ry], petition of, 106, 121.
Verberghe. See Vryberghe.
Verdin, John, petition of, 106.
Vere. See De Vere.
Verge, Joseph, boatman, Deal, dismissed for frauds, 596.
-, (Veron), William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262, 650
-, entry of, into the hospital, 262.
Vernatty (Vernatti), Anthony, payments to, for setting up etc. lights in Westminster Hall, the Court of Requests and elsewhere, 121, 269, 286, 674.
Vernon, , 210.
-, James, a Commissioner for Prizes, petition or letter of, for stay of process, 106, 220.
-, -, junior, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark, extraordinaries, 316, 388
-, ordinary to, 315, 388, 512, 664, 721.
-, [James], Secretary [of State], 9.
Veron. See Vernall.
-, Antonio, painting the Great Drawing Room, Hampton Court Palace, 18
-, pension for, 18, 133, 314, 332
-, petition of, 18, 121, 133
-, royal bounty to, 332, 339
-, to have no more painting, 18, 133.
Vessent, Thomas, fined for smuggling in Padstow, 413.
Vetable. See Vatable.
Vezian, James, purveyor of oats and beans to William III, arrears to, 121, 190, 549.
Vic, Sir Charles de, 230.
-, Sarah de, relict of Sir Charles, pension to, 230.
Vickars, James, deputy to Sir W. Robinson, Commissary of Provisions, 411, 413.
-, [Austria], 98, 99, 345, 346, 347, 479, 621, 622, 689, 767
-, Envoy at. See Stepney, G.
-, Spain, expedition to, in 1702. See Index of SubjectsArmy, Expeditions, to Cadiz
-, Navy, Expeditions, to Cadiz.
Villars. See Villiers.
Villeneuve, Margaret or Marguerite de, pension to, 83, 693.
Villiers (Villars, Villers), Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, annuity to, 140, 349, 350, 688.
-, Catherine, Lady Grandison. See FitzGerald, Catherine.
-, Cath[erine], reversionary annuity, 719.
-, Edward, 1st Earl of Jersey, Lord Chamberlain, 406, 465
-, concerning payment into the Exchequer of the rent due from the Proprietors of Carolina, 108.
-, [Edward], brigadier. See FitzGerald, [E.]
-, Fra., reversionary annuity, 717.
-, George, colonel, regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects Marine Regiments, Six Marine Regiments, .
-, [Henry], colonel, Governor of Tynemouth Castle, information against, of smuggling, 541, 561.
-, Mary, Duchess of Buckingham, administratrix to. See Windsor, Ursula, Countess of Plymouth
-, royal bounty to, ceased upon her death, 117.
Vimar, [Josiah], colonel, regiment of. See Index of SubjectsArmy, Regiments, Foot, [66.]
-, Henry, a Commissioner for stating the accounts of four regiments returned to Ireland from the West Indies, 436, 509, 669-670
-, books of accounts delivered by, 330
-, charges etc. of, 222, 272, 305
-, petitions referred to, and reports by, 116, 226, 232, 271, 276
-, servants of, 222.
Deputy Paymaster General attending the Expedition to Catalonia under the Earl of Peterborough, 85, 408, 414, 447, 492, 640, 641, 658, 687, 733.
-, [Henry], a Commissioner for Victualling the Navy, 74.
-, Jacob, reversionary annuities, 717.
-, John, one of the crew of the Shoreham Customs sloop, payment to, for loss of money and clothes, 564.
-, Mag[dalen], reversionary annuities, 717.
Viner (Vyner), , proposal for sale of Post Office in Lombard Street, 148, 165, 335.
-, Sir Robert, assignees of, annuities to, 450. See also Chiffinch, W.
executor or devisor of, annuity to, 450.
money owing to, by Charles II, annuities in lieu of, 450.
Virginia, North America, affairs of, 189. Agent for Prizes in. See Walker, J.
Assembly of, 13, 344, 499, 585.
Attorney General of, 531.
chaplain for. See Tillyard, G.
chief people of, 343.
Council of, 277, 288, 342, 343, 498, 499, 570, 584, 751.
councillors, attendance of, on the General Court and Assembly, 499
-, salary to, 499.
escheats. See VirginiaRevenue.
estates in, 435
-, of felo de se, pardon of forfeiture, 498, 531.
fines and forfeitures. See Virginia Revenue.
Fleet's arrival at, 288.
General Court, 499.
Government of, 343, 443.
Governor of, 189, 342, 343, 584, 702
-, allowance to, in lieu of a house, 13, 344
-, house for, building of, 13, 344, 585. See also Nicholson, F.
-, Nott, E.
Head Money. See Virginia Revenue.
lands in, compositions for, 584
-, for escheats, 499
-, for rights for land sold, 499.
grants of, as rewards to discoverers and officers in reference to quit rents, 220.
record of number of acres and sums paid for quit rents, 343.
respits of, 584.
Lieutenant and Governor General of, 443. See also Nicholson, F.
-, Nott, E.
officers, attendance of, on the General Court and Assembly, 499
-, salary to, 499.
papers from, 498.
Port Duties. See Virginia Revenue.
President of, 751.
public occasions of, loan for, 499.
public service of, payment to be applied to, 189.
quit rents. See Virginia Revenue.
Revenue, duties and imposts, accounts of, 277, 288, 306, 342, 343, 498, 499, 584-585.
bills for, 342, 343.
collectors of, 342, 499.
condition of, 288.
Deputy Auditor and Surveyor General of, office of, application for, 342
-, disposed of, 371
-, report on, 342-343
-, separation of, from the office of Treasurer, Cashier or Receiver General, 139, 343, 498.
revenue bills, 342, 343.
See also Bacon, N.
-, Bird, W.
-, Diggs, D.
escheats, compositions for, 499.
fines and forfeitures, 343.
for support of the Government, 343, 443.
Head Money, 498-499.
management of, 288, 342, 343, 498.
officers of, assisting in the perfecting of the quit rent roll, rewards to, 220
-, care of, for improving the quit rent revenue, 584.
Port Duties, 343, 498-499.
proceedings of the Council in relation to, 570, 584.
quit rents, accounts, 108, 498, 499, 584-585.
balance on, 218, 499, 584-585
-, issue out of, 98, 99, 767
-, remitting of, and paying of, into the Exchequer, 108, 218, 287, 498, 499, 585, 627.
allowances of, as rewards to discoverers of advantage in reference to quit rents, 220.
auditors of, allowances to, 499.
charge upon, 498.
compositions for escheats, lands and rights for land sold, 499, 584.
discoverers of advantage in reference to, rewards for, 220.
improvement of, 108, 219-220, 584.
receivers of, allowances to, 499.
receivership of, distinct from the receivership of other Revenue, 443.
record of number of acres of land and sums paid for quit rents, 343.
rent roll, perfecting of, 220.
respits of land, 584.
receivers of, 342, 499.
tobacco duty, 343, 344, 498-499, 584.
Treasurer, Cashier or Receiver General of, account of, payment not to be allowed in, 189.
allowance to, 139, 343, 443.
office of, application for, 154, 342
-, grant of, 443
-, recommendation for, 371, 435
-, report concerning, 139, 342-343, 437
-, separation of, from the office of Auditor, 139, 343, 498
-, vacant, 437.
See also Bird, W.
-, Bird, W., junior
-, Norwood, H.
yearly produce of, 343, 435.
seal of, or for, 620, 651
-, bill to be prepared to pass, 531.
Secretary of. See Jennings, [E.]
sheriffs, 498, 499.
ships, carrying away tobacco without entry or clearing, 702.
entries of, 343.
going to Virginia, 343, 627 ;
-, convoy, 364
-, remaining at Portsmouth, 437.
shore, eastern, survey of, 702.
Solicitor for the affairs of, payment to, 189.
tobacco, duty on. See Virginia Revenue
-, ships carrying away, without entry or clearing, 702.
See also Accomac
-, Cape Charles
-, Chesapeake Bay
-, Elizabeth River
-, James River
-, Rappahannock River
-, York River.
Visconti, , general, an officer of the Prince of Vaudemont's retinue, 480.
Vokins, Rich[ard], petition of, 121.
-, John, charges of, of pursuing pirates to Salem and Marblehead, 501
-, Register of the Court of Admiralty, Massachusetts Bay, payment to, for service in connection with the trial of pirates, 502.
Von Dernath. See Vandernath.
Von Schmettau. See Schmettau.
Von Spanheim. See Spanheim.
Von Stcken. See Stcken.
-, (Verberghe, Vriberg, Vryberg, Vryberge, Vryberghen, Vryburgh), [Martin] van, Envoy Extraordinary from the States General, Holland, memorials etc. of, 133
-, concerning Additional Impositions on linen etc., 174, 487
-, concerning money due to Dutch shipmasters for transporting English Forces from Holland to Portugal, 179, 190, 459, 592
-, concerning provisions for Dutch Forces with Earl Rivers at Tor Bay, 762.
wines for, from Holland, 272.
Vyner. See Viner.
Vyse, Wooton, lieutenant, petition of, 155.