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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 26, 1712. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1954.

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Jackson, Beckingham, tidesman, inferior list London port, 93.
-, -, Benjamin, master mason to the Works, 379.
-, -, John, waiter and searcher at Bowness, 253.
-, -, Nathaniel, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 202, 210, 307, 323, 461.
-, -, Richard, Surveyor of Carlisle port, 253.
-, -, Robert, Resident at the Court of Sweden, 403, 409.
-, -, Rowland, waiter and searcher at Westmarshes, 253.
-, -, William, tidewaiter at Lynn Regis, 310.

Jacobs, John, master of the North Star, 184.

Jacobson, Jacob, merchant, petition for discharge of ships from quarantine, 170, 184.

Jamaica, West Indies, 81, 256.
-, bills drawn from, 62, 155, 416.
-, chaplain going to. See Clare, G.
-, Customs in, collector of, bonds taken by, 326.
-, Governor of. See Handasyde, [T.].
-, planters, inhabitants, etc., of, petition of, 381.
-, prize goods, duties on, 381; Collector of. See Beckford, .
-, regiment of Foot in, 308.
-, revenue of, accounts of, 500.
-, Auditor General, Deputy of, 500.

James I, perpetuity granted by, 296.

James II, 355, 487; grant of Pennsylvania when Duke of York, 54, 440; indenture by, 292; Master Wright to. See Bayne, J.; servants of, 416.

James, , recommending T. Bagg for preferment in the Customs, 310.
-, -, Martin, transport debenture payable to, 318.
-, -, Thomas, payment for special service, 329.

Jans, Bows, master of the Anna Katherina, 130.

Janssen, Sir Theodore, alderman [of the city of London], bills drawn on, 7; loans by, 7, 133, 373; remittances to Turin, 63, 64.

Jaquin, John, of London, merchant, debts for duties on wines, 281.

Jaricks, Keyme, master of the King Ahasuerus, 184.

Jaynson, Henry, tidesman at Sunderland, to be tidesman in Cocker Abbey, Lancaster port, 346.

Jean, Lewis de, captain in Vesey's regiment, 419.

Jeay, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Huntingdon, 139.

Jedburgh, co. Roxburgh, lordship of, duties payable out of, 418.

Jeffreys (Jefferey, Jefferies, Jeffery, Jefferys, Jeffryes, Jeffrys), , recommending Mr. Winnington for a Customs place, 313.
-, -, Edward, Second Justice of Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan, 96, 156, 317, 536.
-, -, James, Resident with the King of Sweden, 99.
-, -, John, bills payable to, 242.
-, -, -, recommending G. Powell for a Customs place, 312.
-, -, -, Surveyor of duties on Houses for co. Cambridge, 325.
-, -, Nicholas, Surveyor of duties on Houses for co. Gloucester, 424; same for co. Somerset, to be collector of Customs at Bridgwater, 270.

Jekyll (Jekyl), Sir Joseph, Chief Justice of Chester, 11, 151, 156, 158, 168, 317, 324, 374, 394, 536, 547.
-, -, Thomas, stationer, assistant surveyor of paper duties, London port, 399; petition for employment in paper duties, 332.

Jelles, Peter, master of the Catt, 130.

Jenings. See Jennings.

Jenkins, Cadwallader, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 380.

Jenkinson, Dame Henrietta Maria (formerly H. M. Scarborough), royal bounty as marriage portion, 168, 284.
-, -, James, Collector of Dartmouth port, 361; seizure of ship running French goods, 163.
-, -, -, surgeon, lease of a tenement in Exeter, 430.
-, -, Richard, surety for R. Brown, 163.
-, -, Sir William (recte Robert), baronet, 302.

Jennings (Jenings), , colonel, payment to, 263.
-, -, Hubert, major, officer quitting the enemy's service, 258; petition for arrears of pay, 345.
-, -, Sir John, admiral, 392; despatch for, 407; hospital built at Minorca by, 414; letter from, 453.
-, -, Richard, commander of a transport ship bringing invalid troops from Spain, 162.
-, -, Thomas, declining appointment as tidesman at Bristol, 176; tidesman in Bristol port, 152.

Jephson, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, preferred to the superior list there, 381.

Jermain, Sir John, recommending E. Davies for a Customs place, 311.

Jermyn, Henry, 3rd Earl of St. Albans, et al., grant of lands in trust to, 291.

Jerquers. See Customs.

Jersey, bills drawn from, 62, 416.

Jersey, Countess Dowager of. See Villiers, Barbara.
-, -, Earl of. See Villiers, E.

Jessop, William, Second Justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, 156, 317, 374, 536.

Jett, Margaret, widow, custodiam lease of premises in Chester, 417.
-, -, Thomas, Auditor of Crown Land revenues, 40.
-, allowance for making up accounts of the duties on Houses, 268, 338.
-, certificates of, 90, 239.
-, debentures to be made forth by, 95, 299.
-, memorandum of, 417.
-, Office of, 95.
-, payments (fees) to, 480.
-, petitions referred to, 126, 183, 296.
-, reports of, 95, 192, 299.
-, warrant to, 298.
-, -, -, Register and Paymaster of unsatisfied Army and Transport Debentures charged upon Irish Forfeitures, 188.
-, accounts of, 214, 261, 379, 380.
-, fees and charges of, 214, 261.
-, loans made by, 380.
-, Receiver of subscriptions to the South Sea Company, 176n.
-, tallies and orders in hands of, 358, 379.

Jewel House, Master of, 172, 205, 231, 232, 254, 284, 338, 357, 390, 427, 429, 434, 444, 526. See also Finch, H.
-, plate, gold works and jewels, delivered into, 284, 429; delivered out of, 172, 205, 231, 232, 254, 338, 357, 390, 427, 434, 444, 526.

Jewell, Edmund, waiter and searcher at Heacham and Brancaster in Wells port, 93.
-, -, Joseph, master of the Unity, 453.

Jodrell, Paul, Clerk of the House of Commons, bill of, 95; fee of, 174.

Johnson, , Clerk of the House of Lords, 34.
-, -, , importer of brandy and rum in London port, 125.
-, -, , issue to, for impost on wines for the Corporation of London, 225.
-, -, Benjamin, Queen's waiter, London port, 346, 349, 353.
-, -, Claes, master of the Love, 184.
-, -, Court, master of the Union, 305.
-, -, Edward, coastwaiter, London port, 453, 529.
-, -, Elizabeth, children of, royal bounty for, 107.
-, -, John, Remembrancer of the city of London, 318.
-, -, Obbe, master of the Young Cornelius, 485.
-, -, Sir Patrick, Trustee for distributing money for salt, fish and flesh, etc., petition of, 101.
-, -, Thomas, royal bounty for, 287, 490.
-, -, William, Solicitor to the Commissioners for salt duties, 356.

Johnston, Richard, account of Army stores expenses, 514.
-, -, William, Marquess of Annandale, petition for lease of lands at Drisdale, 147.

Joiner, of the Works. See Hopson, J.

Jolly, George, master of the John, of Prestonpans, 436.

Jones, , tidewaiter, London port, 311.
-, -, Edward, colonel, regiment of Foot of, ensign of, respited pay of, 484; going from Ireland to Spain, 382; levy money for recruits, 484.
-, -, -, tidesman, superior list, London port, deceased, 93, 310.
-, -, James, colonel, regiment of Foot of, 69.
-, at Gibraltar, 78.
-, clothing for, 345.
-, disbanded in Portugal, 78.
-, in Leeward Islands, 345.
-, muster rolls of, 344.
-, officers of, pay for, 78.
-, subsistence of, 78.
-, -, -, son of Rice, imprisoned for assault, 368.
-, -, Lady Katherine, memorial concerning accounts of her father, the Earl of Ranelagh, 59, 384, 487.
-, -, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 255.
-, -, Rice, petition of, 368.
-, -, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, annuities, in the name of, 274; reversionary, purchased by, 183.
-, Keeper of Cranbourne Chase, Windsor Forest, 95.
-, Paymaster General of the Forces, 166, 240, 315.
-, accounts of, 59, 88, 174, 196, 384, 458, 487.
-, administratrix of, 384, 487.
-, debt to Crown, 458.
-, houses of, 458.
-, personal estate of, 59, 458.
-, -, -, iron work about St. Paul's, assignment of bills for, 329.
-, -, -, recommended as tidesman, Weymouth port, 311.
-, -, -, undertaker for supplying Ordnance stores, 106.
-, -, Thomas, recommended as tidesman, London port, 311.
-, -, William, payment to, for special service, 128.
-, -, -, royal bounty for, 117, 392.
-, -, -, tidesman and boatman at Fowey, dismissed, 399.

Jonins, Nicholas, petition for employment in Customs, 290.

Jordan (Jordon), Lancelot, landwaiter at Lyme, 152.
-, -, William, landwaiter and searcher at Kirkcaldy, 383.

Jorg, John Tohnsend, master of the St. John, 184.

Joules, Benjamin, ballastmaster at Plymouth, petition concerning his bills for ballasting, 114, 146.

Joy, Charles, of London, merchant, petitions for discharge of ships from quarantine, 354, 453, 471.

Judges, attended by the Commissioners of the Privy Seal, 90.
-, of England, salaries of, 47, 158, 324, 394, 547.
-, of Wales, salaries of, 47, 96, 100, 129, 156, 158, 324, 394, 536, 547.

Justice, College of, Senator of, 259.

Justices, in Eyre, Trent South. See Woods and Forests.
-, in Oxfordshire, 425.
-, of Anglesea, Carnarvon and Merioneth. See Jessop, W.; Merrick, J.
-, of Brecon, Glamorgan and Radnor. See Bridges, W.; Cox, C.
-, of Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembroke. See Banastre, W.; Jeffreys, E.; Webb, T.
-, of Chester. See Jekyll, Sir J.; Pocklington, J.; Ward, J.
-, of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery. See Pocklington, J.; Ward, J.

Justices of the Peace, co. Devon, 224, 494; co. York, West Riding, 285; letters and orders to, 200.