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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23, 1709. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1949.

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Tables, 317, 320, 381, 386, 488.

Tadworth. See Walton on Thames.

Taffeta (taffata), 44, 231.

Taffilet (Taffiletta). See Morocco.

Tailer, Tailor. See Taylor.

Tailors. See George, Prince of Denmark.

Tally Court. See Exchequer Receipt.

Tangier, Governor of, presents to, 340.

Treasurer of the Garrison at. See Hewer, William;

Pepys, Samuel.

Tape or inkle, exempted from the Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, 96.

Tapestry, for the Duke of Marlborough, 90.

Tapsfield, Henry, petition of, referred to Customs Commissioners, 77.

Tar. See Pitch.

Tarver, John, Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, Scotland, payments to, 153, 157;

salary, 38, 135, 263, 267.

Taunton, John, watchman in London port, 331.

TAXES:

For separate taxes, see Assessments;

Hawkers;

Houses;

Marriages;

Stamps.

For indirect taxes, see CustomsDuties;

ExciseDuties;

Malt Duties;

Salt Duties.

Agents for (R. Barker, W. Clayton, R. Shoreditch), attending the Treasury, 6, 8, 11, 14, 20, 23, 29, 30, 37, 109.

Clerk to. See Millart, R.

copies of Acts for, 170.

directions to, 30, 32, 57.

letters, etc., to, 29, 80, 368, 393, 402, 428.

matters referred to, 41, 469, 66, 80, 90, 109, 152, 189, 240, 250, 261, 301, 302, 355, 35961, 363, 435, 453, 465, 468, 475, 483.

messenger to, salary, 247, 383, 475. See also Alderton, W.

Office of, Westminster, 374;

incidents bill, 227.

payments to, 54, 227.

prosecution by, 465.

Queen's Remembrancer to issue process on instructions from, 132.

reports of, 46, 57, 67, 134, 202, 246, 257, 272, 280, 315, 374, 475.

salaries, 53, 144, 242, 387.

arrears of, assistance given to a Receiver General in recovering, 27980;

issue out of, 39.

collectors of, advances by, for recruiting, 29, 212.

debts for, compounded, account of, required, 80. See also Taxes, Receivers General.

Receivers General of, 279.

accounts of, 134;

list of the state of, mentioned, 6;

passed, 80.

Receivers General of:cont.

advances by, for recruiting, 29, 212, 402, 427.

copies of Acts for, 170.

debts of, 41, 66, 261, 447.

charges of recovering, 54.

compositions with sureties for, 57, 100, 189 (2), 355, 361, 368, 374, 453.

estates extended for, 152, 202, 237, 489.

directions to, concerning bills of exchange, 32, 428;

concerning Exchequer Bills, 14, 17, 30.

discharged, 125.

exchanging of Exchequer Bills by, 2930.

extraordinary charges of, 66, 80, 90, 125, 272, 301, 302.

proceedings against, direction for expediting, 132;

stay of, 134, 447.

sureties for, stay of proceedings against, 100, 447.

to remit their collections through the Bank, 17, 29, 30, 37.

repaid, 21.

Taylor (Tailer, Tailor, Tayleur, Tayler, Taylour), Andrew, complaints made by, against Customs supervisors of Deal and Rye, 34, 465.

-, James, Receiver General of assessments for the Palaces of Whitehall and St. James's and their verges, 47.

-, Jo., Deputy Auditor of Crown Lands, 64, 128.

-, J[ohn, one of the first four clerks of the Treasury], letters from, 64, 75, 84, 88, 91, 100, 105, 111, 135, 141, 148, 1702, 180, 185, 213, 224, 232401 passim, 413, 417, 421, 459.

-, John, Deputy to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands, issues to, for Blenheim Palace building works, 102, 180, 215, 220, 288, 360, 427, 462.

petition for leases in the Duchy of Cornwall, 373.

services of, 373.

-, -, First Secondary in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, fee of, 282.

-, -, keeper of the water engine at Windsor, 416, 434;

petition of his widow, 405.

-, -, appointed tidesman and porter at Lancaster, 41.

-, Richard, Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets, absconding debtor to the Crown, offer to discover debts due to, 80, 134.

-, Robert, Customs officer in Scotland, petition for reward for seizure and prosecution, 171.

-, William, Comptroller of Bristol port, 360.

-, -, grant of office of Usher of the Custom House, 352;

salary, 402.

Tea, Duties on. See CustomsDuties.

Teame, John, lands purchased by Henry VIII from, 69.

Teddington, co. Worcester, Teddington farm in, lease of, 94.

Teignmouth, Tinmouth, co. Devon, brandy from a wreck seized at, 214.

Tempance, Temperance. See Haverford West.

Temple, John, 140;

appointed tidesman in London port, 449.

-, Sir Richard, recommendation by, for Receivership of the Land Tax, co. Warwick, 37.

Templer, John, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages, 224.

Tenbury, co. Worcester, 259.

Tenham. See Teynham.

Tenison (Tennison), Henry, a Chief Commissioner and Governor of the Revenue in Ireland, 278, 452.

-, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, distributing money for poor French Protestants, 303;

printing for, 274.

Tennis Court. See Queen's Tennis Court.

Tennison. See Tenison.

Tenths. See First Fruits and Tenths.

Tents. See Army.

Terme. See Du Terme.

Terrell (Tirrell), Ellis, Agent for Admiralty Rights and Perquisites at Lisbon, petition of, 420.

Agent for Prizes at Lisbon, money detained by, 424;

payments to, 1589;

petition of, 420.

Terres Plantation. See St. Christopher.

Terry, Nathaniel, et al., of Dartmouth, merchants, allowed drawback on salt exported, 153;

petition of, 44, 131;

stay of proceedings against, 45.

Tetuan, Tituan, Titvan, 340;

Governor of, presents to, 340.

Teynham (Tenham), Lord. See Roper, Christopher;

Roper, Henry.

Thames, The, 318, 360, 362, 458;

Customs inspectors of, 170;

ships unable to proceed higher than Woolwich owing to severe weather, 78.

Thanet, Countess Dowager of. See Tufton, Elizabeth.

Theatres. See London and WestminsterDrury Lane and Haymarket.

Thetford, Robert, tidesman in Lynn Regis port, 392.

Thistle, Order of the, Secretary to. See Nairne, Sir D.

Thomas, David, petition for lease of a messuage in Killkenies, 184.

-, Edward, surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Glamorgan, 466.

-, Phillip, surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Chester, 300.

-, Rice, caveat against the grant of the site of Carmarthen Castle to, 97.

Thompson (Thomson, Thomsone), Abraham, appointed tidesman in London port, 138.

-, Daniel, Trumpeter in Scotland, salary, 265.

-, George, lieutenant in Colonel G. Viller's regiment, half pay for, 122.

-, Helen, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.

-, Jean, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

-, -, pension in Scotland for, 473.

-, John, Exchequer certificate signed by, 138.

-, William, ensign in Colonel W. Seymour's regiment, half pay for, 122.

Thoresby (Thoresly) Grounds, co. Nottingham, 273.

Thornley, Samuel, Keeper of the Prince of Denmark's Stableyard at St. James's, 222, 298.

Thornton, John, Receiver General of assessments for co. Lancaster, 48.

-, Robert, payment to, for stationery for the Houses of Parliament in Ireland, 57.

-, Thomas, grant during the life of, 440.

Thornycroft, , expenses of, at Alicante, 211.

-, Edward, colonel, widow of, additional pension for, 380.

Thorold, Sir George, of Harmston, baronetcy fee due from, 367.

Thorowkettle, John, Messenger of the Chamber, attending the Customs, bills of, 51, 140, 260, 391.

attending the Lord Treasurer, bills of, 51, 139, 260, 391.

Thorton, James, tidesman in Liverpool port, 79.

Thrale, John, moneys paid to, for subsisting Forces at New York, 63.

Threads, Sister's, exempted from the Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, 96.

Threepences, dies for coining in Scotland, 165.

Thurles, [co. Tipperary], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Thurston, Malachi, Knight Harbinger, fees of, 282.

Tidcomb (Tidcombe, Tidscomb), John, lieutenant general, expenses of, in embarking troops at Cork, 479.

a General Officer of Ireland, 425.

regiment of foot of, petition of officers of, concerning charge on their pay, 125.

Tidesmen. See Customs.

Tidesurveyors. See Customs.

Tidewaiters. See Customs.

Tiffin, Zachary, brigadier, regiment of, reformed officers of, half pay for, 122.

Tigers, sent to the Tower, 146.

Tillicoultry (Tillecultrie, Tillicutrie, Tillicultry). See Stewart, Sir R.

Tilsley, Richard, payment to, for quitting old houses on Castle Hill, Windsor, 313.

Tilson, Christopher, [one of the First Four Clerks of the Treasury], letters from, 193, 205.

payments to, for making special accounts of Customs, 39, 151, 241, 390, 481;

for sundry public services, 146.

Timber, high price of, 249.

imported, 138, 410, 41617, 437, 459, 461, 482.

See also Navy;

Woods and Forests.

TIN:

accounts, auditing fees, 309.

Blowing Houses, supervisors of, appointment and salary, 56, 81.

contract, advance on, 90;

state of, 426.

new, 2;

proposed terms of, 416, 426.

Convention, 426.

Duty of 4d. per cwt. on tin coined (Post Coinages), petition for lease of, 440.

price of, abatement of, in new contract, 426.

money arising by the sale of: at Lisbon, 1412.

loans on, 33;

issues out of, 94, 180, 215, 288, 3212, 357, 360, 372, 384, 389, 427.

Receiver General of. See Anstis, .

Officers of the Mint entrusted with the sale of, 426.

Tinners, Parliament of, 426.

petition of, 2, 416, 426.

surplus tin in their hands, 2.

See also Stannaries.

Tinfoil (tinfyle), 143.

Tinmouth. See Teignmouth;

Tynemouth.

Tinners. See Tin.

Tinney, William, chaplain for Virginia, passage money for, 388.

Tipping, Thomas, money taken up by, for service of William III on his landing, 442.

Tirie, Anna, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

Tirrell. See Terrell.

Tisbery, William, appointed surveyor of duty on Houses, co. Surrey, 173.

Tithes, lease of, 257.

Tituan, Titvan. See Tetuan.

Tobacco, Duties on. See CustomsDuties;

Ireland;

Virginia.

Tobacco trade. See Virginia.

Tobyn, John, lieutenant in Lord Charlemont's regiment, half pay for, 122.

Tomkins, Thomas, prize goods purchased by, 256.

Tomlinson, Ja., Deputy Comptroller of Lancaster port, 467.

Tompion, Thomas, watchmaker, payment to, 107, 108.

Tonks, Ann, payments to, out of the pension to heirs of Nicholas Yates, 358, 458.

Tonnage and Poundage. See CustomsDuties.

Took (Tooke), Thomas, of London, merchant, surety for Customs collector at Dover, 305, 422.

Tookerman, Josiah, clerk, schoolmaster for Jamaica, passage money for, 464.

Topham, , of Windsor, 421.

-, Christopher, bill of exchange payable to, 455.

-, Richard, supervisor of the digesting of records in the Tower, payments to, 69, 246, 260, 390.

Toraile, La Tontaine, lands of, in St. Christopher, 475.

Tories. See Ireland.

Tortosa, Spain, 435;

fortifications at, 304;

siege of, 354.

Toulon, enemy movements at, intelligence of, 343.

expedition against and siege of, (in 1707), 67, 78.

Sir C. Shovell's fleet before, 340.

Towers, Mrs. Elizabeth, necessary woman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

Towne, Lawrence, payment to, for brokerage on sales of prizes, 285.

Townshend (Townsend), , 91.

-, Charles, Viscount Townshend, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, chapel of, furniture, etc., for, 184.

departure of, 460.

equipage of, 172, 460.

extraordinaries of, bill of, 4601.

ordinary of, 172, 460.

plate for, 184, 460.

-, George, of Lincoln's Inn, memorial of, 134.

-, Nathaniel, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

-, [Roger], colonel, regiment of foot of, offreckonings, 198, 355.

TRADE:

Acts of, 26, 255, 256, 430. See also

Baltic.

Danzig.

Eastland trade.

France.

Plantations.

Portugal.

West Indies.

TRADE AND PLANTATIONS:

business of, allowances to the Clerk of the Privy Council, Keepers of the Council Chamber and the Solicitor General for attending, 34, 68, 275, 313.

Commissioners for (Lord Dartmouth, Lord Herbert of Chirbury, Sir P. Meadows, R. Monckton, J. Pulteney, Earl of Stamford, Sir C. Turner), 64, 167, 410.

letter to, 13.

matters referred to, 180, 297, 416.

matters referred to the Attorney General by, payments for opinions on, 261, 440.

reports, etc., from, 60, 61, 128, 364, 485, 487.

salaries, 68, 279, 280.

Secretary to. See Popple, W.

Office of, incidents, 51, 97, 152, 279, 440;

salaries of clerks, doorkeepers and messengers in, 68, 97, 152, 279, 440.

to direct payments to Palatines, 226.

Train-oil, prize, 240, 256.

Tralee, [co. Kerry], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

TRANSPORT SERVICE:

accounts, auditing fees, 306, 308.

of the late war, 89.

of transporting Forces from Holland to Ireland in 16901, 85.

bills, petition for payment of, 453.

bills of exchange drawn for, issues for, 8, 17, 131.

charge on a regiment for, 83.

Commissioners, 8.

accounts, stay of process on, 103, 260.

attending the Treasury, 12.

corn bought by, and shipped to Catalonia, 1, 17, 43, 60.

letter to, 320.

memorial of, 80.

petitions referred to, 305, 453.

warrants to, 80, 97, 355.

course of, issues for, 27, 35, 36, 154, 176, 182, 201, 217, 320, 458.

debentures:

accounts, auditing fees, 309.

applied to purchasing of forfeited estates in Ireland, 356.

issue for interest on, 36.

lost, innovated, 3557.

Office for registering and paying interest on, clerk in, 356.

Register and Paymaster of interest on, accounts, auditing fees, 308, 309.

duties of, 139.

See also Jett, Thomas, junior and senior.

debts, Commissioners for Stating, matter referred to, 85.

issue for, 80.

packet boats used for, 377;

freight charge per man on, 97.

Paymaster of. See Transport ServiceTreasurer.

Receiver of. See Transport ServiceTreasurer.

ships hired for, 158.

clothes, etc., burnt on, 293.

cost per man to Portugal, 97.

taken by the enemy, petition for compensation, 305.

Treasurer (Receiver) and Paymaster of (T. Micklethwaite):

directions to, concerning interest on Exchequer Bills, 218.

issues to, 1, 17, 26, 36, 43, 60, 101, 111, 131, 154, 176, 182, 200, 201, 217, 320, 323, 377, 396, 458, 462.

loans by. See Micklethwaite, T.

tallies and orders in his hands, advance on, 320.

See also

Mason, C.

Nutin, J.

Trapaud, [Jean], colonel, regiment of, ordered for Portugal, payment to officers of, 9.

Travers (Traverse), Samuel, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 20, 41, 90, 94, 127, 165, 170, 205, 313, 421, 439, 462.

nephew of. See Holdrich, Samuel.

Treason, execution for, 208;

Collection of the Statutes Relating to High Treason, 253, 310.

See also Outlaws.

TREASURY:

caveats, 97, 103, 490.

fees, 406.

Lord Treasurer. See

Godolphin, S., Earl of Godolphin.

Harley, R., Earl of Oxford.

Lords, 264, 447.

Office or Chambers:

attendance and disbursements on, allowance for, 53, 141, 238, 383, 390, 481.

chairs for, 230.

letters, allowance for carrying, 53, 141, 238, 383, 390, 481.

printed copies of Acts, etc., for, 73.

Secretary to, 4, 13. See also Lowndes, W.

Solicitors, accounts, auditing fees, 309(2).

See also Baker, Henry;

Borrett, W.

volume of abstracts of letters patent of James I delivered into, 146.

Treasury in Scotland. See Scotland.

Treaties:

Great Seal attached to. See Great Seal.

of commerce, 341, 364.

of a General Peace. See Peace.

See also

Brunswick and Luneburg, Duke of.

Denmark, King of.

Germany, Elector Palatine. Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of.

Treaties: See alsocont.

Holstein, Duke of.

Portugal King of.

Prussia, King of.

Savoy, Duke of.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of.

Trves, Elector of.

Walef, Monsieur.

Tredenham, Sir Joseph, money taken up by, for service of William III on his landing, 442.

Tregegle, John, Receiver General of the Rents, etc., of the Duchy of Cornwall, 247.

Trench, Frederick, son-in-law of William Woods, petition of, 489.

-, John, allowance for prosecuting criminals in Ireland, 116.

-, William, Solicitor of the Court of Claims in Ireland, payment to, 310;

petition of, 89.

Tresham, Thomas, Clerk to the Secretary of the Excise, fraud of, 196;

pursuit of, to Holland, 1967.

Tresse, Peter, appointed waterman in London port, 392.

Trethewy, John, grantee of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 484.

Trevanion, Hugh, son of Colonel John, lease for the life of, 44.

-, John, colonel, slain at Bristol in the service of Charles I, 44;

widow of, afterwards wife of Sir J. Arundel, lease in trust for, 44.

-, -, the son, lease for the life of, 44.

-, -, the grandson, petition for reversionary lease of Restormel Park and Trinity Chapel, 44.

-, Mary, daughter of Colonel John, lease for the life of, 44.

-, Richard, captain, son of Colonel John, interest of, in lease of Restormel Park and Trinity Chapel, 44;

outlawed for treason, 44.

-, -, son of Richard, lessee of Restormel Park and Trinity Chapel, 44.

Treves, Elector of, regiment of, in service in the Low Countries, pay of, issues for, 294, 379.

subsidy to, 405, 407, 408;

issues for, 207, 227, 380.

Treaty with (dated 7 May, 1702), 407, 408.

Trevet, Robert, heraldic painter, payment to, for paintings for Sir C. Shovell's funeral, 108.

Trewershee. See Walton on Thames.

Tribbeko (Tribbechow, Tribeko), John, Lutheran minister, chaplain to Prince George of Denmark, salary, 222, 298.

payments to, for poor German Protestant refugees, 172, 202, 206, 208, 216, 226, 272.

Trim, Trym, [co. Meath], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

manor of, perpetuity to the Bishop of Meath out of, 117.

Trinity Chapel. See Restormel Park.

Trinity House, Corporation of, Master, Warden and Assistants of, petition concerning collection of lighthouse duties in Ireland, 437.

Tripoli, Tripoly, Agent and Consul General at. See Lodington, B.

chief officers, gifts to, at their feasts, 342.

Chief Secretary, fees paid to, 342.

English seamen taken by the French escaping to, expense for the succour of, 342.

government of, ships sent by the Grand Signor to establish, presents to commanders of, 343.

Pashua, present to, 342.

Trollop. John, Customs boatman at Heacham and Brancaster, 412.

Trotman, Samuel, caveat in favour of, against grant of royalties, etc., of lead mines in co. Derby, 103. his wife. See Drake, Lady.

-, Thomas, tidesman in London port, 138.

Trott, Thomas, chief boatman in Newcastle port, 332.

-, -, prosecution of, for forgeries, 74.

Trotter, . captain, commanding H.M.S. Panther, 425.

Trubshaw, Catherine, annuity order lost by, 368.

Trumpeters. See Ireland;

Scotland.

Trumpets, 128.

Truro, co, Cornwall, 56, 81.

port, collector of. See Benson, W.;

Sanders, N.

Trym. See Trim.

Tryon, William, merchant, permitted to reduce rum to proof, 381.

Tuam. See Wenman, Richard.

Tucker, John, Keeper of the State Paper Office, salary, 38, 232.

-, Richard, appointed tidesman at Salcombe, 332.

-, -, tidesman at Cowes, 41.

Tufton, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Thanet, pension of, on the Irish Establishment, 335, 375, 480.

Tullogh [Tullow, co. Carlow], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Tully, John, appointed waiter at Fishguard, 251.

Tunis, corn from, 193.

Turin, 67, 246.

bills of exchange drawn from and remittances to, 2, 7, 22, 25, 28, 93, 178, 207, 251, 334, 379, 385, 404.

Court of, F. Palmes sent to, 78.

Turkey, Grand Seignior, 342;

ships of, at Tripoli, 343.

Turner (Turnor), Mrs., of Gerard Street, a mantel maker, concerned in the irregular solicitation for the owners of the Worcester, 1417, 192.

-, Sir Charles, a Commissioner for Trade, salary, 68, 279.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments for Essex, 47.

-, -, Pursuivant in Scotland, salary, 265.

-, Joseph, coachman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

-, Rebecca, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

-, Richard, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

-, Thomas, tidesman in London port, 88.

Turnhill or Farnhill, Thomas, chairman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

Turpentine, oil of, imported, 146.

Turst, Thomas, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages of, 224.

Tuscany, Great Duke of, 335.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Newton, Henry.

servants of, gratuities for, 335.

Tweed, River, 51.

Twopences, dies for coining in Scotland, 165.

Twyford, William, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

Tyas, John, Clerk of the Pipe in the Exchequer Court in Scotland, salary, 38, 135, 263, 267.

Tynemouth, Tinmouth, co. Northumberland, Castle, Company of Invalids at, 113, 243, 333;

surgeon to, 171, 243.

Garrison of, Governor of, 171. See also Villiers, Colonel.

Tynt, Edward, major, Governor of the Province of Carolina, sureties of, 64.