Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21, 1706-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Jackson, Benjamin, master mason to the Works, 64.
-, Lodowick, Comptroller of Bide-ford, 74.
-, Nathaniel, purchase of Victualling Office warrants, 11, 113, 126, 148, 352.
-, Stephen, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northumberland, 101.
Jager, Sewen, master of the Juffraw, 364.
Jamaica, Agent for Prizes in. See Brown, A.;
Assembly, Act of, appropriation under for building and repairing fortifications, 205.
chaplains for. See Cunningham, C.;
chief Justice of, salary, 205. See also Beckford, P.
citizens of appointed as commissioners to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.
Council, 206, 327.
disbursements for the public service in, 205.
forces going to, 92.
fort, powder for, 206.
French and Spanish prisoners in, maintenance of, 205.
goods exported, drawback on, 206.
Governor of, 327.
appointed as commissioner to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.
to furnish money for the West Indies squadron, 190.
See also Beeston, Sir W.: Handasyde, [T.].
Governor and Council, to sign muster rolls, 327.
muster rolls transmitted from, 3267.
Port Royal in, storehouse in, hire of, 145.
Prize money, brought from, 240;
to be paid to Navy victualling agents, 88.
Prize ships brought into, 4, 88.
Prizes taken at, embezzlement of, 299.
Provost Marshal. See Hickman, J.
regiments in or going to, 88, 220, 327, 338, 417.
Revenue, accounts, 200, 2056.
deputy Receiver General. See Chaplin, C.
Forfeitures and Escheats, 205.
Impost Duty, 205.
Quit Rents, 205.
Receiver General, allowances to, 206.
schoolmaster for. See Agnew, A.
sloops hired for the public service of, 205.
victualling service to, 497.
Jamart, , regiment of, 179.
James I, grant of a castle by, 181.
James, Cha., a Surveyor of Houses, superseded, 329.
James City. See Virginia.
Jameson, Thomas, master of the Elizabeth of Borrowstounness, 415.
Jans, Thomas, Collector of Lyme and to act as Customer, 116.
Janssen, Sir Theodore, bills of and loans by, 1, 3, 10, 14, 15, 16, 19, 26, 35, 36, 367, 40, 41, 48, 51, 55 bis, 59, 110, 132, 172, 218, 317, 471, 491, 529.
Jaques, William, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.
Jaquin, John, et al., reducing brandy to proof, 231, 326.
Jarniere, James, hire of the Gibralter frigate, 193.
Jarvis, Josias, a security of Thomas Santer, 225.
Jax, Elizabeth, strewer of herbs, 125.
Jay (Jeay), Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Huntingdon, 101.
-, William, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Huntingdon, 183.
Jeaninich, [Scotland], 461.
Jeay. See Jay.
Jeffery, Nicholas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Dorset, 102.
Jefferyes, Jefferys. See Jeffreys.
Jeffreys (Jefferyes, Jefferys, Jeffrys), James, captain, a volunteer in the King of Sweden's army, equipage etc., for, 291, 485.
-, Sir Jeffrey, payment to, 17.
-, John, lease of lands in co. Glamorgan, 112.
-, Walter, Receiver of the Temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's, accounts, 121, 2901.
Jeffrys. See Jeffreys.
Jekyll, , serjeant, consulted on the trade of Scotland, 257.
-, John, Collector and Surveyor at Boston in New England, 268;
Collector at Massachusetts Bay, 145, 220, 284.
-, Sir Joseph, Chief Justice of Chester, salary, 117, 119, 297, 515.
Jenkin, Thomas, searcher of Chester port, reward to, 512.
Jenkins, Thomas, clerk, going as chaplain to New Jersey, passage money, 158.
Jennings, E[dmund], President of Virginia, 201;
attendance in England, payment for, 203.
-, Sir Jo[nathan], effects brought home by, 34.
-, William, landsurveyor at Liverpool, 146.
Jephson, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 146.
Jersey, Island of, people of, inhabitants of Wapping, French minister for, 210;
Surveyor in, assistant to. See Loghlin, R.
Jerson, Thomas, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.
-, -, junr., lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.
-, See also Terson, T.
Jesson, Richard, Excise riding collector of Settle, ordered to Scotland, 273.
Jessop, William, [Second] Justice for cos. Carnarvon, Merioneth and Anglesey, 371.
Jett, Thomas, Paymaster of unsatisfied debentures, 32, 93, 200, 246, 248.
-, -, junr., Auditor of crown revenues within the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset etc. and Isle of Wight, 185, 198, 223.
Jevon, Samuel, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Dorset, 101.
Jewell, John, Surveyor at West Jersey, 159.
Joad, Geo., master of the Unity of Rams-gate, 415.
Joddrell, Paul, payment to for votes for her Majesty's use, 293, 380;
Under Clerk of Parliament attending the Commons, 507.
John, David, a Surveyor of Houses, 329.
Johnson, . report of the Salt Commissioners concerning, 11.
-, Edward, landwaiter, Bristol port, 188.
-, Jane, widow of William, lease of Liskeard Park, 408.
-, John, major, late Lieutenant Governor of Nevis, commander in chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 215, 216;
murder of, 188, 216.
-, Mary, widow of major John, petition of, 188, 215.
-, Mathew, Clerk of Parliament, 373.
-, Richard, druggist, petition of, 290.
-, -, master and part owner of the Betty, 412.
-, Robert, petition of, 267.
-, Thomas, member of Parliament for Liverpool, 177.
-, -, of Liverpool, merchant, salt debentures, 87.
-, William, annuity for, 269.
-, -, deceased, lease of Liskeard Park, 408.
Johnston, Gideon, clerk, going as chaplain to Carolina, royal bounty for, 364.
Jollyvet, Evert, a Commissioner for licensing Hackney Coaches, 409.
Jones, Charles, Collector of Penzance to be collector of Bideford, 459.
-, -, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Cardigan, 102.
-, David, Surveyor of House duty, co. Kent, 397.
-, [Edward], colonel, companies of, 244.
-, Humphrey, bailiff of the town of Flint, 173.
-, Jezreel, attending the ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, payment to, 97, 207.
-, John and Shuter, John, printers with the Earl Rivers' expedition, petition of, 437.
-, Michael, merchant, hire of the Baltimore, 249.
-, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, late Paymaster General of the Forces, 180, 388, 389, 392, 395.
Army accounts, 6, 52, 114, 154, 302, 514, 523.
Chelsea Hospital accounts, 6, 52, 131, 154.
deputy to in Flanders. See Hill, R.
Ranger of Cranburne Chase in Windsor Forest, 332.
Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital, 114, 131, 154, 279, 483.
-, -, grant to of reliefs and escheat lands in Wales, 67.
-, Thomas, guardian to Thomas Lloyd, 422.
-, -, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, 467.
-, -, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.
-, Walter, General Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Chester, salary, 100.
-, William, Apothecary to the Household, 315, 371, 420, 506.
-, -, Surveyor of duties on Houses, cos. Merioneth and Anglesey, 102.
Jonge, [Cornelis de] van Ellemeet, States Treasurer for the Foreign Troops, 76, 180.
Joye, Jean, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.
Kaa, Leonard van der, contract for bread and bread waggons, 171, 187.
Keagle, Henry, carpenter of the Worcester, 407;
compensation to, 406.
Keen, John, place as surveyor of King's Lynn, 126;
landwaiter, King's Lynn, 188.
Keightley, Lady Frances, pension or payment to, 229.
-, [Thomas], [a Commissioner of Excise and Revenue, Ireland], 70.
Keir, John, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Ilfracombe, payment to, 421.
Kelhead, Kellhead, co. Dumfries, 402.
Kellam (Kellum), [George], colonel, carrying horses to Ireland, 192, 237.
Kemp, Edward, lease of a tenement in Netherton, 295.
-, John, son of William, 295.
-, Mary, daughter of William, 295.
-, William, lease of a tenement in Netherton, 295.
Kennet, Godfrey, employed as weigher, London port, 459.
Kensington, co. Middlesex, 86.
Arras tapestry at called the Children of Israel, 450.
Bedchamber Women in waiting at, canopy for, 167.
chaplains in waiting at, lodging for, 336.
dressing room, 450.
furniture at, repair of, 114;
for Mrs. Masham's lodgings at, 501.
gardens, land laid into, tithes and poor rate on, 407.
gardens and parks, works done at, 213, 252.
guard at, formed by soldiers from Chelsea Hospital, 131.
Horse Guards at, sutler to, vault for, 126;
other repairs for, 126.
little bedchamber at, hanging for, 167.
Mews, repairs done to, 518.
Orders in Council dated at, 221, 338.
Palace, Housekeeper at. See Lowman, H.
Queen's dressing room at, furniture for, 114.
Queen's service at, glass sconces for, 125, 501;
chimney glasses for, 501;
necessaries for, 242, 244, 272, 450;
tables etc. for, 104.
roads to, repair and watering of, 176, 252, 330, 372, 435, 499.
waiting rooms at, window curtains for, 242.
walnut-tree chairs for, 242.
Wardrobe Keeper at. See Lowman, M.
warrants dated at, 70, 132, 140, 178, 185, 189, 221, 245, 295, 487, 501, 512, 524.
Kent, county of, coast of, guard of, riding officers for, 340;
riding surveyor of, 110;
ship cast away on, 209;
wool shorn on to be registered, 340.
General Surveyor of duties on Houses in. See Heslerton, J.
Receiver General for Land Tax and Taxes. See Faussett, W.
Receiver General of duties on Houses, 100, 397. See also Jones, D.;
sheriff of. See Snelling, T.
Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Greenwood, N.
transportation of wool in, prevention of, troops used for, 199.
Kent, John, tidesman, London port, 459, 480.
Ker or Kerr, John, 1st Duke of Roxburgh, goods from Scotland, 362.
-, Lord Mark, foot regiment of, 361, 448.
Kergwin, Robert, agent for the Lord High Admiral in Mounts Bay, 229.
Kerr. See Ker.
Kerry, county of, lands called Tomes [?Tomies] in, 210;
waste lands in, 197.
Kerston, in Orkney, [Kirkwall, Orkney Islands], Customs establishment at, 487.
Kesteven. See Lincoln, county of.
Kettering, co. Northampton, shalloon makers of, petition of, 87.
Kew, co. Surrey, lease of the estate of, 514.
Key, Henry, a coiner, 2434.
Keyn, Rudolph, secret service issues to, 392.
Kilkennis, co. Denbigh, 67.
Killigrew (Killegrew), Charles, a Commissioner of Prizes, 495.
-, -, Master of the Revels, 59.
-, [Henry], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.
-, Martin, petition of, estate in Falmouth, 479.
-, [Robert], brigadier, regiment of [Dragoons], 22, 127.
Killigrews, , the two widows, payment to, 531.
Kilnsea, co. York, 444.
Kilvington, William, Excise Collector of Rothbury, ordered to Scotland, 273.
King, Sir Andrew, term in the Bill Office, Custom House, 445.
-, Gregory, secretary to the office of Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 365, 409, 501.
-, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Oxford, 101.
-, -, tidesman, Newcastle, 136, 268.
-, Thomas, petition of, 191.
-, -, boatman, Harwich port, deceased, 268.
-, -, tidesman, Newcastle, 136.
Kingdon, Jane, a Maid of Honour, 61.
King's County, New York, erecting and settling a regular Post in, 282.
Kingsbury, co. Warwick, 95.
Kingscote, , lease of Llanidan ferry, 422.
Kinnoull, Earl of. See Hay, G.
Kinsale, co. Cork, 121, 122, 131, 440;
Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Soulden, G.;
inhabitants of, payment to, 90.
Kinton, Aaron, in York Buildings, agent to the Duke of Devonshire, 243.
Kirbaldie. See Kirkcaldy.
Kirkcaldy, Kirbaldie, co. Fife, 415;
Collector at. See Bruce, J.;
Customs establishment, at, 487.
Kirke, John and Anne his wife, lease of rooms in the Savoy Hospital, 58.
-, Lady Mary, payment to, 133.
-, Thomas, Consul at Genoa, to be Agent for Prizes there, 243.
-, William, vacancy of a stamper's place, 312;
recommended for a stamper's place, 524.
Kirkton, [?Kirton-in-Lindsey], co. Lincoln, mills and tolls, 271.
Kirkwall. See Kerston.
Kirton-in-Lindsey. See Kirkton.
Kitchin, Geo., of the Worcester, compensation to, 406.
Knatchbull, Sir Thomas, payment to, 22;
late Commissary of the Musters to Marine regiments, pay for, 276.
Knethell, William, tidesman and boatman at Dale in Milford port, 189.
Knight, Stephen, Customs surveyor at the head of Chesapeake Bay, 439.
-, Thomas, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed, 136.
Knowlegrove Coppice. See Windsor Forest.
Knox, Thomas, surveyor of the southern coasts of Ireland, 121;
petition for employment in the Customs in Scotland, 254.
Kyrton, , captain, commander of the Bedford, 4.