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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27, 1713. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1955.

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C

Caa. See Kaa.

Cabel, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Cabin, Gabriel Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Cabinet. See Japan cabinet.

Cabinet Council, matter referred to, 345.

Cabinet maker, bill of, 392.

Caddock, Henry, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Cadick, Katherine, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Cadiz, Spain, expedition to, 107; goods for, 187.

Cadland, William, tidesman at Plymouth, nominated, 265; resigned, 293.

Cadogan, William, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 62, 523, 551.

Csar, Charles, Treasurer of the Navy, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 11(3), 12, 20(2), 29, 40(2), 46(3), 56(3), 72, 76, 77, 78, 79(3), 84, 92, 96, 109, 137, 148, 149, 150, 153, 157, 163, 175, 176, 185, 190, 200, 202, 207, 213, 216, 222, 224, 229, 230, 235, 237, 242, 251, 257, 258, 262, 263, 271, 274, 297, 303, 306, 310, 318, 346(2), 347, 349, 352, 368, 369, 375, 386, 430, 434, 441, 451, 459, 470, 471, 479. See also NavyTreasurer.

-, Thomas, captain in Wharton's regiment of dragoons, half pay for, 279.

Csar's Chapel. See Tower of London.

Caio (Caeo), co. Carmarthen, court of, Steward and keeper of, grant of office of, 455.

Cairncross, Barbara, removed from list of Royal bounties, Scotland, 322.

Cairnes, Sir Charles, petition for restoration of a seizure of money, 223.

Calais, packet boats, 140, 183, 189, 261, 389, 434, rates of freight, 204; ships of, 428, 445, seizure and ill treatment of, 218, 307, 351, 359, 404; wool exported to, 197.

Calcott (Callcott), Alexander, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Surrey, dismissed, 181.

-, Charles, captain in Gorges's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Caldicott, co. Monmouth, hundred of, Acting Commissioners for Land Tax, 209.

Calhoune, William, Groom of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Calicoes, duties on. See Customs duties; Ireland; Scotland.

Callcott. See Calcott.

Callow, Charles, master of the Baltic Merchant, 428.

Calmell, Charles, Groom of the Ewry, Royal Household, 496.

Calvert, Michael, tidesman at Cowes, superannuated, 265.

Cambric, 327; Flanders cambric.

Cambridge University:

collection of Land Tax from, 157.

Doctor and Reader of Laws in (T. Ayloffe), salary, 531.

Emanuel College, perpetuity for the Master and Fellows of, 529.

perpetuities granted by Henry VII for, 529, 530; for a Divinity Lecture and Preacher, 529.

Professor and Reader of Physic (Dr. Green), 530.

youth from Piedmont at, 154.

Cambridgeshire:

House duties, arrears of old and new, 252; Receiver General of, warrant to, 181; and see Grove, John; Surveyors of. See Draycot, James; Redman, Giles.

Land Tax, Acting Commissioners of, letters to, 142, 252; arrears of, 142, 252; Receiver General of. See Grove, John.

Sheriff of, letter to, 370.

Taxes, Receiver General of. See Richers, Thomas.

Cameron, Hugh, 382; relict of, See Campbell, Marjory.

Campbell, Agnes, Queen's Printer, Scotland, pensioner on the Civil List, Scotland, 382; husband of. See Anderson, Andrew.

-, Alexander, landwaiter at Newcastle, superannuated, 266.

-, David, payment to, in South Sea Stock [for Army clothing], 249.

-, George, petition for patent for improving salt, 394.

-, Hugh, Earl of Loudoun, Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, 255, 256, 323, 382; house of, in the Privy Garden, 195; payments to, 47, 255, 256, 323, 345, 382; pensioner on the Civil List, 547.

-, Sir James, bart., a Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, 356.

-, John, Earl of Breadalbane, feu and blench duties payable out of lands, etc., of, petition for discharge and grant of, 225, 483.

-, John, Lord Glenorchy, feu and blench duties payable out of lands, etc., of, petition for discharge and grant of, 225, 483.

-, John, Duke of Argyll, 402, 522.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany when he was in Spain. 164.

Governor of the Island of Minorca, pay as, 212.

grant of plate to, 164.

letters to, 121, 132, 405.

medicines for Minorca ordered by, 157.

pensioner on the Civil List, 547.

-, Joseph, major and captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 281; pay and half pay, 281, 476.

-, Marjory, relict of Hugh Cameron, royal bounty for, 382.

-, Mongo, lieutenant in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Rosina, relict of Mr. Gordon, Minister of Askrick, royal bounty for, 382.

Campion, Mr., recommendation by, 388.

-, Henry, Commissioner for Public Accounts, 162, 260, 302; Commissioner for stating the debts of the Army, 162, 260, 302; Commissioner for appropriating public supplies, 162.

-, Joanna, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Campo de Ourique (Ovrigne), Portugal, house and garden in, payment for damage to, 421; sick soldiers taken from, 421.

Canada, expedition to. See Expeditions; river of, ships lost in, 77.

Canal, the, defective rails about, 11.

Canary wines. See Wines.

Canby, Henry, one of the deputed searchers of London port, payment of moiety of a seizure of money to, 26, 130.

Candles, duties on (Excise), as by Act 8 Anne, c. 5, account of, charge on, 465; tallies and orders, loans on, 22, 458, 473. See also Scotland.

-, for the House of Commons, 358.

Cane chairs. See Chairs.

Canister. See Japan.

Cannon, William, appointed boatman at Wells, 192.

Canterbury, co. Kent, citizens of, petition of, 147; marines quartered at (Wills' regiment), 147, 345, 440, 441(2), disbanding of, 462; Receiver General of Land Tax for. See Weldon, Walker.

Canterbury, Prerogative Court of, inventory of estate of Prince George of Denmark exhibited in, 79; judge of. See Hedges, Sir Charles.

Cantillon, Sir Richard, bill of Exchange payable to, 391.

Capleman, Thomas, master of the Mary Flower, 126.

Capell, J., lieutenant in Andrew Windsor's regiment of foot, half pay for, 478.

-, John, corporal of the Yeomen of the Guard, 517.

Capper, John, in London, bankrupt, 340.

Carberry (Carbery), Earl of. See Vaughan, John.

Carbonera, an island belonging to Newfoundland, chaplain for, 207, 208.

Cardell, Samuel, Yeoman of the Scullery, Royal Household, 499.

Cardigan, Earl of. See Brudenell, George.

Cardiganshire:

Chief Justice of. See Banister, Sir William; Brydges, Edmund.

Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax). See Phillips, James.

Second Justice of. See Jefferies, Edward; Winington, Francis.

Cardonnel (Cardonell), Mr., letter to, 86.

-, James, Commissioner of Salt duty, 173.

Cards, stamp duty on (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 16), officer for, petition for employment as, 421; petition re stamping of cards, 116, 462; and see Lotteries1711, First Classis Lottery.

Carellis, Alice, wife of Robert, petition for her husband's release, 394(2).

-, Robert, of Tower Street, a prisoner, 394(2).

Carey, Phillip, tidesman in the superior list, London port, deceased, 293.

Carkesse, [Charles, Secretary to the Customs Commissioners], letters to, 73, 227, 245.

Carmarthenshire:

Chief Justice of. See Banister, Sir William; Brydges, Edmund.

Land Tax for, Acting Commissioners, letter to, 252; arrears of, 252; Receiver General of. See Phillips, James.

mill in, lease of, 400.

Second Justice of. See Jefferies, Edward; Winington, Francis.

Carmichael, James, Earl of Hyndford, colonel, half pay for, 476; regiment of, disbanded, 476, 482; on the Irish Establishment, 476, 482; officers of, half pay for, 476, 482; surgeon to, 482.

-, James, lieutenant in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, John, cornet in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Carnarvon Castle, Constable and keeper of, office of, petition and grant, 295, 326.

Carnarvonshire:

Chief Justice. See Meyrick, John.

Crown Rents and Revenues in, Receiver General of. See Haworth, Humfry; Granger, Miles.

Judicial Seal for, 226.

Land Tax, arrears of, 100; Commissioners for, letter to, 100; Receiver General of. See Caswall, James.

Second Justice. See Jessop, William; Meyrick, John.

Carolina, and Virginia, Commissioners for Settling the bounds between (N. Harrison, P. Ludwell), 448.

-, North, governor of (C. Eden), 244.

Carpenter, Master. See Works.

Carpenter, Nathaniel, payments to, [for Army clothing], 98, 249(2).

Carr, Nathaniel, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Peter, major in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Thomas, anonymous letter to, proposing to discover concealed Custom House bonds, 131.

Carrey, Henry, captain in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, And see Cary.

Carriers, prevention of letter carrying by, 453.

Carroll. See O'Carroll.

Cart-loaders and Cart-takers. See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Carter, Abraham, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, Oliver, quartermaster of Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Richard, Secretary to the Commissioners for disbanding the Marines, 58, 59, 425.

Cartlitch, John, memorial for interest on value of gold delivered to the Mint, 432.

Cartwright, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, [Henry], payment of Holstein and Walloon troops by, 50.

Carver. See Works.

Carvers. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Cary, [Dorothy], Lady Falkland, pension arrears, issue for, 57.

Casado de Azevedo de Rosales. See Rosales.

Cashell, Viscount. See Bulkeley, Richard.

Cass, Sir John, Sheriff of London and Middlesex, issue to, for surplusage on his account, 47, 310.

Cassell, John, ensign in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Cassilis, Countess Dowager of. See Kennedy, Margaret.

Castana. See Kaa.

Castle Brand. See Brand.

Castle Close in Exeter, q.v.

Castlefranc, Abell, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Castletown. See Guthrie of Castletown.

Castres, Abraham, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, Jane, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Casualties. See Scotland.

Caswell (Caswall), George, Commissioner for taking subscriptions to the South Sea Company, 158, 159; payment to, 282; South Sea Stock transferred to, 454.

-, James, Receiver General of Land Tax for cos. Monmouth, Carnarvon, Anglesea and Merioneth, 234.

Catalonia:

army in. See Army.

artillery train in, officers of, 121.

evacuation of, 205.

France and, communication between, 206.

money shipped to, 429.

Catherine of Braganza, Queen Dowager, jointure of, 291; records of revenue of, schedules to be compiled of, 482.

Cattle, houghers of, trial of, 285; in Minorca, 144; plentiful and cheap in Majorca, Sardinia and Sicily, 144.

Caulfield, William, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Cavalarias, estates in Minorca called, 144.

Cavan, Countess of. See Lambart, Margaret.

Cave, Mr., an engraver of the Mint in Scotland, 236.

Caveats. See Treasury.

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess Dowager of Newcastle, surety for John Morley, 235.

-, Phillip, Serjeant [Porter] of the Royal Household, 499.

-, Rachel, Duchess of Devonshire, Lady of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, William, Duke of Devonshire, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 286; payment to, 550; running horse bought from, for the Queen's stud, 468.

Cawdron, Dymoke, appointed surveyor between Wisbech and Fosdyke, 239.

Cawthorp, Thomas, Apothecary of London, son of William, petition and report, 218, 244.

-, William, Receiver General of Land Tax for the Lindsey Division of Lincolnshire, 218, 244, 388, 394.

Caya (Cayo), the, Spain, battle of, prisoners taken at, 472.

Cecil, James, Earl of Salisbury, Great and Little Parks of Brigstock and fee farm rent vested in, 187; Act for [Private Act, 12 Anne, No. 10], 194; his house in Duke Street, Westminster, drains of, 113.

Cellar, Officers of. See Royal Household-Below Stairs.

Centlivre, Edward, a child of the Kitchen, 497.

-, Joseph, Yeoman of the Mouth, in the Royal Kitchen, 497.

Ceremonies, Master of, etc. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Cevennois, the, French officers engaged to assist, 442; services relating to, issue for, 177.

Chadwick, Sir Andrew, payments to, [for Army clothing], 98(2), 249.

Chaire, Richard, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Chairmen. See George, Prince of Denmark; Royal Mews and Stables.

Chairs, cane, 407; Dutch, 210.

Chairs, Helpers to the. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Chalices and covers, 16.

Chaloner, Edmund, royal bounty to, for support of Mr. Farquhar's children, 479.

-, Francis, riding surveyor from Wells to Lynn, superannuated, 283.

Chamber. See Council Chamber; Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Chambergos, Flanders Lace called, 425.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Chamberlayne (Chamberline), John, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

-, Thomas, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Chambers, John, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Robert, child of the Scullery, Royal Household, 499.

-, Sheldon, son of William, at the Treasury, his quarrel with a clerk in Mr. Fitche's office, 54, 55.

-, Thomas, prisoner in the Fleet for Salt duty debt, petition to be released, 430.

-, William, attending the Treasury, 54, 388; complains of ill usage from two of Mr. Fitche's clerks, 54, 388.

Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Exchequer Receipt.

Chancery, Court of, 424.

bills and ansewrs, 409, 413.

decree, 153.

Hanaper, allowance paid to Messengers out of, for circulating proclamations, 328; Joint Clerk or Keeper of (T. Edwards; J. Whitehead), account of, allowance for passing, 109; pensions paid out of, account of required, 58, 422.

Masters (eleven), issues for, 35, 63, 128, 242, 287.

originals transcribed out of, 540.

proceedings, 63.

transmission of estreats from, to the Exchequer, 20.

Chandlers. See Tallow Chandlers.

Chandlery (Chandry). See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Chantrey, John, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Chantries, dissolution of, 304.

Chapel Henault Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Chapel Izod, co. Dublin, repairs in, cost of, 385.

Chapel Royal:

Almoner. See below Lord Almoner, Sub-Almoner.

Bass Viol player (F. Goodsens), 505.

Bell-ringer (T. Brooke), 506.

bibles and prayer books for, 101, 193.

boy of, clothes for, 239.

chaplains, chamber keeper to (T. Stayers), 316, 505; lodging of, payments for, 338; wages and board wages, 506.

Children of, bibles and prayer books for, 101; liveries for, 71; maintenance and teaching of, 20, 155, 338, 505; master of. See Croft, William.

Clerk of the Closet (Dr. H. Graham, Dean of Wells; Dr. Prat; Dr. Younger), 338, 506.

Closet Keeper (C. Lucas), 316, 453, 506; assistant to, allowance for, 453, 454.

Closet Keeper of the Chapel at Whitehall (D. Farmer), 506.

Cock and Cryer (J. Langley), 500.

Composers (W. Crofts, J. Weldon), 505.

Confessor (J. Radcliffe), 506.

Dean (H. Compton, bishop of London), 505; bible and prayer books for, 101.

Gentlemen of (E. Aspinwall, W. Battle, S. Bentham, J. Church, A. Damasceene, T. Edwards, R. Elford, J. Freeman, B. Gates, J. Gostling, J. Hart, F. Hughes, T. Jennings, G. Laye, T. Linacre, J. Mason, W. Morley, J. Radcliffe, T. Richardson, A. Trebeck, Dr. W. Turner, W. Washbourne, S. Wheeley, D. Williams, L. Woodson), payment to, for travelling charges, 316; for venison (in lieu of three deer yearly), 287, 517; for wages and board wages, 505; prayer books for, 101.

Hampton Court, furniture for, 407.

Lord Almoner, issue to, 58, 65, for daily alms and the Poor at the Gate, 245, 424.

Ladies of, 101.

Lords' seat, prayer books for, 101.

Lutenist (J. Shore), 505.

Kensington, chaplains at, lodging of, 338; gallery in, cushions for, 210.

Organ blower (M. Shelley), 506.

Organists (W. Crofts, J. Weldon), 505.

St. James's, 28, 264; Reader of Prayers, 338.

Serjeant of. See below Vestry.

Sub Almoner (Dr. R. Battell, Edward Oliver), 41, 274, 506; bible and prayer books for, 101.

Sub-Dean (Dr. R. Battell), 505.

surplices for, 85, 193; trunks for, 101.

sweeper, 338.

Vestry, the, Groom of (J. Lenton), 506; serjeant of (H. Parker), 85, 101, 506.

wages and board wages, arrears of, 495, 505, 506.

Whitehall:

Chapel Keeper (J. Richardson), 193, 506.

Chaplains (T. Chase, F. Key), 506.

Closet Keeper (D. Farmer), 506.

surplices for, 193.

Windsor, chaplains, payment for lodging, 338; surplices for, 85.

Yeoman of (M. Aflord), 506.

Chaplaine. See Chaplin.

Chaplains:

Army. See Army; Artillery Trains.

at Leghorn. See Kennet, Basil.

chamber keeper to. See Chapel Royal.

for the Factory at St. Petersburg, 193.

for the Plantations, 20, 37, 88, 149, 194, 207, 234, 243, 258.

for Plymouth garrison, 391.

of the Chapel Royal. See Chapel Royal.

to the House of Commons.

See Parliament-Commons.

Chaplin (Chaplaine, Chaplyn), Jeremiah, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, 503.

-, Robert, surety for T. Neal, petition for re-delivery of his bonds, 151.

-, Thomas, Master and Keeper of the Tennis Courts and Tennis plays, 90, 531.

Chapman, Jo., security of V. Bonner, petition for stay of proceedings against, 235.

Charles, Prince of Denmark, annuity to, for renouncing his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin, 185, 207, 380, 386.

Charles I, King of England, bridge over the Tweed built by, 519.

Charles II, King of England:

Admiral to (Sir T. Allen), 196.

grants by, 109, 132, 153, 295, 371, 463, 483, 524, 527.

Household establishment of, 290.

one-third duties of Tonnage and Poundage granted to, 197 note.

services to, after the battle of Worcester, 149, 150.

Charles [III, King of Spain], gifts of estates in Minorca by, 144; piece of, weight and value of, 5.

Charlton, co. Kent, 173.

Charlton (Charleton), Chiverton (Cheverton), lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard, 348, 517.

-, William, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Charnock, Thomas, a Serjeant at Arms, 155, 519.

Charras, Jaqueline, wife of the Duke of Shrewsbury's apothecary at Paris, petition re seizure of silks, 436.

Chase, James, apothecary to the Queen's person, 517, 527, 553.

-, Thomas, chaplain to the Chapel at Whitehall, 506.

Chatham, co. Kent:

boatmen at, 332.

Customs officers for guard of the river at, 332.

Dockyard, pay of, issue for, 407.

fortifications at, lands for. See Portsmouth.

H.M. Ships at, paying off and laying up, 202, 222, 230, 242, 251(2), 281; short allowance money for, 213.

Naval Stores at, contract for hemp for, 339.

Navy Chest at. See Navy Chest.

Surveyor of Customs (Jonathan Deeplake), 332.

Cheater, William, lieutenant in Baxter's company, Montandre's regiment, pay, 281.

Cheats. See Sweetners.

Cheese, for the Army. See Army; French. See French; produced in Minorca, 144.

Chelsea Hospital:

admissions to, frauds in certificates for, 76(2).

affairs of, regulation of, 203.

Commissioners of (five), 292, 301.

attendance of, want of, 121.

invalids examined before, 123.

letter to, 76.

lists of outpensioners to be signed by, 292, 301.

meetings of, Sir C. Wren and the Comptrollers of Army Accounts to attend, 121.

petition referred to, 472.

reports by, 202, 300.

outpensioners:

able-bodied, eight companies of, for garrison duty, 174 note: clothing for, 174 note.

allowances and pay:

annual sum required for, 300.

danger of stopping payment of such an ungoverned multitude", 300.

five pence a day, 300.

issues for. See below Parliamentary supply.

loan for, 42.

method proposed for paying, 300.

dismissal of, 300.

in quarters, debts of, 300.

invalid, lists of, to be signed by the Commissioners, 292; muster rolls of, want of, 292; qualified for quarters and subsistence, 123.

lists of, to be signed by the Commissioners, 292, 301.

memorial of, 389.

musters of, 300.

Parliamentary supply for (60,000l.), 174 note, 300; (61,464l. 5s. 7d.), 300; issues and payments, 331, 343, 362, 383, 390, 414.

reduction of, report re, 202.

persons discharged from, petition of, to the Queen, 408.

poundage and day's pay deductions from the regular forces for, 174 note, 300, 389, 413.

provisions for, account of contracts for, required, 78.

Treasurer of, 123.

vacancies in, petition re, 472.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, hundred of, Land Tax, collection of, 157.

-, Cherry Hole, ship in, 216.

Cheshire:

Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, Sir Joseph.

Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax). See Conway, Edward.

Second Justice of, issue for, 242; and see Ward, John.

Sheriff of, issue to, for surplusage on his account, 42; letter to, 370; and see Leche, John.

Chester, co. Chester:

Collector of Customs. See Scudamore, Sir B.; Smith, William.

Deputy Postmaster, 290; application for post of, 322; and see Puleston, Mr.

Post Office at, petition re, 284. tidesmen, 265.

waiters and searchers, 113.

Chester, County Palatine of, Crown Lands, rents and revenues of, Receiver General of. See Granger, M.; Howorth, H.

-, Chester, bishop of, appointment of a preacher for Macclesfield by, 456; and see Dawes, Sir W.

Chester Herald (Charles Mawson), 226, 531.

Chetham, , quartermaster in Wharton's dragoons, 279.

Chetwynd, Mr., bills of exchange drawn by, 213; remittances by, proposal for, 33.

-, John, Envoy Extraordinary to Savoy, 450, 519, 551; accounts of, report on, 122, 216.

-, William, Resident at Genoa and Envoy Extraordinary to the Republic of Genoa, 450, 519, 551; accounts of, reports on, 122, 216, 359.

Cheyne (Cheyney), William, Viscount Cheyne of Newhaven, Clerk of the Pipe, 453, 524.

Chichester, co. Sussex, Customer of. See Whitehall, Lancelot; letter dated from, 73; marines at, Commissioners for disbanding, 373, ill state of, 73.

Child, Daniel, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall, 348, 516.

-, Sir Francis, loan by, interest on, 297.

-, John, Receiver General of Land Tax for the Sarum and Marlborough Division of Wiltshire, appointment and securities, 232.

-, Robert, loans by, 83, 92; South Sea Stock transferred to, issues to redeem, 212, 213, loans on, payment of interest on, 297; a trustee for loan of South Sea Stock, 7.

-, Stephen, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Children, education of, allowance for, 54.

China ware, for the Royal Household, 506(3); from the East Indies, duties on. See Customs duties.

Chingford Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Chippenham, co. Wilts., Receiver General of Land Tax. See Baxter, Alexander.

Chirurgeons. See ArmySurgeons.

Chocolate, for the Morocco Ambassador, duties on, 128.

Cholmley, Hugh, Surveyor General of Crown Lands (1715), warrant to, 153.

-, William, Foreign apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

Cholmondeley (Cholmondley), Mr., recommendation by, 336.

-, Charles, petition of re Chester Post Office, 284.

-, Hugh, Earl of Cholmondeley, Treasurer of the Household, 495.

Christening gifts from the Queen, 91, 145, 250.

Christian, Anne, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

Christianstadt [Sweden], ship from, 125.

Christie, Alexander, Chaplain to Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Christmas box money. See Post Office.

Christ's Hospital. See London and Westminster.

Chudleigh, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Church, Mrs., issue to, 42.

-, John, a Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, Ursula, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Churches, 50 new, building of, in London and Westminster:

Commissioners for, certificates or precepts from, 223, 250, 414, 415; memorial, 412.

land for, issue for purchase of, 250.

loans on duties on coals (as by 9 Anne, c. 17, and 10 Anne, c. 20) for, 223, 250, 303, 415.

Treasurer for (Henry Smith), issues to, 250, 303, 414.

Churchill, Mr., account of MS. left behind by Mr. Rymer required from, 64; attending the Lord Treasurer, 22; issue to, 42; matter referred to, 466.

-, Awnsham, payment to, for loss of paper in a fire in Bowyer's Printing House, 275.

-, [Charles], general, Governor of Guernsey, 290.

-, Charles, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, Charles, colonel, his regiment of marines:

accounts of, 373; Commissioners for making up, 435.

agent of, 61.

clothiers to, 256.

debt of, advance for clearing, 441.

detained in England, 292, 307, 324, 440.

disbanding and reduction of, 229, 277, 306, 307, 379(2), 409, 428, 441, 443; Commissioners for, 425, 435.

effectives, pay of, 409.

for and in Ireland (on the Irish Establishment), 61, 292, 307, 324, 440, 443.

in quarters, at Plymouth and Exeter, 379, 425, 428, 441; amount required to clear, 307.

made a marching regiment, 443.

money for, 290.

muster of, 425.

non commissioned officers (serjeants, corporals and drums), discharged or reduced, 306, 379, 427; issues for, 277, 334, 379.

offreckonings, 256.

pay of, 292, 307, 324, 409; difficulties of stating and clearing, 440.

privates of, discharged or reduced, 306, 379, 427; issues for, 277, 334, 379.

subsistence, 61.

memorials of, 307, 441.

payment to, 334.

-, John, Master Carpenter of the Works, 120, 526, 535, 537.

-, John, Duke of Marlborough:

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Holland, 62, 523, 551.

Master General of the Ordnance, 101.

prosecution against, in Holland, 432; a principal witness in (B. Sweet), 432.

warrants signed by, 152, 156.

-, Joseph, marine regiment of, clothier to, 256; offreckonings of, 256.

-, Thomas, Locksmith to the Royal Household (Office of Works), 517, 535.

Churton, William, stamper's place for, 188.

Circler. See Le Circler.

Civil Law. See Law.

Civil List:

Act (1 Anne, c. 1 repealing Act 9 Wm. III, c. 23), 492.

debts, payments on account of, 491553.

income, detailed statement of, laid before the House of Commons, 492.

Lottery for. See Lotteries 1713, Civil List Lottery.

money, issues and payments, 12485 passim, 523, 525.

of William III. See William III.

pensions, etc., on, arrears of, 507511, 540544, 550.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Clandestine trade. See Smuggling.

Clapboard, importation of, 278, 409, 433, 465, 474.

Clarencieux King at Arms (John Vanburgh), 225, 531.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, Edward.

Clarets, fine, imported from France, petition re, 190.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk), Mr., officer in the Stamp Office, petition to be removed to the Card duties, 421.

-, Sir Clement, a Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter, 503.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

-, Francis, Clerk of the Cheque to the Yeomen of the Guard, 517.

-, Gates, assignee of the statute of bankrupt against J. Lund, 460; bankers annuities to be paid to, 460.

-, George, petition for extension of lease in Pall Mall, 384.

-, George, a Tail Cart-taker, Royal Household, 500.

-, [James], Engraver to the Mint in Scotland, 236.

-, John, deceased, Chairman to George, Prince of Denmark, 211.

-, John, ensign in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, John, tidesman in the superior list, London port, superannuated 113.

-, John, stipend out of the Stables, 513.

-, John, Yeoman of the Bakehouse, Royal Household, 495.

-, Joseph, master of the Lisbon galley, 154.

-, Martha, widow of John, annuity for, 211.

-, Martha, pensioner on the Civil List, 543, 545.

-, Richard, payment to, for inspecting carriers, higlers, etc., for preventing letter carrying, 453.

-, Richard, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, Robert, letter from, re seizure of French wine, 346.

-, Robert, Ranger of the New Forest, petition to be made riding searcher for the Customs there, 256.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax and duties on Houses), co. Hereford, 234; instructions to, not complied with, 75.

-, Samuel, a messenger of the Exchequer Receipt, 328, 382, 535.

-, Susannah, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Thomas, from the East Indies, passenger from Cork to Bristol, 158.

Clatworthy, Thomas, mate of the Dartmouth smack, 489.

Clauson (Claussen, Clawson), Claus, a Groom of the Stables, 512.

-, Elliner, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Jacob, master of the Arms of Amsterdam, 278.

Clavering, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Land Tax for. See Gurdon, Thornagh.

Clawson. See Clauson.

Clay, John, Groom of the Buttery, Royal Household, 496.

-, John, boatman at Newcastle port, deceased, 113.

Clayton, Mr., letter to, 460.

-, Jaspar (Gaspar), colonel, Governor of the Castle of Dunkirk, 299; overseer of the demolition of Dunkirk, 299; regiment of, officers of two youngest companies, half pay for, 478; on the Irish Establishment, 478.

-, William:

Commissioner to examine Colonal John Rice's Army Debentures, 87.

loans by, 83, 92, 303, 346.

petition for release of ships from quarantine, 269, 278.

South Sea Stock transferred to, issues to redeem, 212, 213; loans on, payment of interest on, 297.

trustee for loan on South Sea Stock, 7.

Clealand, William, Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, 356.

Cleeveland. See Cleveland.

Clelan, , captain in Pepper's dragoons half pay for, 279.

Clement (Clements), Richard, waterman in London port, appointed boatman at Whitstable, 113.

-, Simon, left at Vienna to transact affairs for her Majesty's service, payment to, 180.

-, William, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 192.

Clephane, William, major in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Clerkenwell, London, New Prison at, prisoner in, 90.

Cleveland (Cleeveland), John, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 307, 312.

Cley, co. Norfolk, Collector of (T. Shorting), 449; surveyor, waiter and searcher (J. Brooke), 449.

Cliffe, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248.

Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness, co. Devon, corporation of, perpetuity granted by Henry VII to, 524.

Clinch, Richard, Surveyor (General) of Duties on Houses, co. Herts., commission and salary, 244, 245.

Cloaks for the Army. See Army.

Clockmaker, Queen's. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs; to William III (T. Herbert), 391.

Clocks, alarm, 167; Post Office, allowance for looking after, 452; table repeating, 166, 327.

Cloffe, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Cloth, coloured, 327; and see Ratteen cloth, Sail cloth, Salisbury cloth.

Cloth of State, 466.

Clothier, John, Court Drummer, 517.

Clothiers, petition of, 32; and see Army, Marine Regiments.

Clough, Thomas, petition and examination of, for place of riding officer against owlers and smugglers of wool (at Littlehampton), 82, 141.

Clovelly, co. Devon, waiter and searcher at, 449.

Clutterbuck, Mr., Marshal of Southampton, South Sea Stock for, 24.

Coachmaker, 466. See also Royal Mews and Stables.

Coal:

duties on. See Customs duties.

for garrison of Port Mahon, 246; for House of Commons, 358.

measures and price of, 65.

chaldron of, amount of, petition for adjustment and settlement, by Parliament, 365.

difference between London and Winchester measure, 364.

method of ascertaining (as by Act for Admeasurement of Keels, 30 Car. II, c. 8), 254.

regulation of (as by Act 16 and 17 Car. II, c. 2), 364.

Coal merchants, petition of, 364.

Coal meters. See CustomsLondson port; Outports.

Coal trade, frauds alleged in, 238; inspection of, by landwaiters, 254.

Coalwaiters. See Customs-outports.

Coarson, Blair, master of the St. Lewis of Calais, 404.

Coast guard, to prevent bringing of Irish victual into Scotland, 26.

Coast waiters. See Customs-London port and Outports.

Coats for the Army. See Army.

Coats, Mark, master of the Anne and Elizabeth, 340.

-, William, master of the Elizabeth, 194.

-, William, master of the Margaret, 445.

Coatsworth, Dr., payment to, for medicines and instruments, 343.

Cochrane (Cockrane, Cockeraine), Henry, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Lady Mary, royal bounty for, 45, 321, 344.

Cock, Dean, merchant of London, case of, 261; petition for compounding debt to the Crown, 201; surety for Robert Wise, 188.

-, Mary, pension to R. Bertie during life of, 547.

-, William, weighing porter, London port, superannuated, 113.

Cock and Cryer. See Chapel Royal.

Cockburne, William, searcher at Leith, petition for additional salary, 419.

Cockrane, Cockeraine. See Cochrane.

Cocks, John, executors of, payment to, 552(2).

Cocksedge, Francis, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Coddrington. See Codrington.

Codfish, exportation of, from Newcastle, 182; debentures on, 154.

Codrington (Coddrington), Bonaventure, arrested on suspicion of being a Popish priest, 156.

-, Christopher, Governor of the Leeward Islands, grant by, 337.

Coffee, Excise duty on, changed from the liquors to the dry commodity, 423; (as by 10 Anne, c. 19), commissioners for. See Lotteries1712, Second Classis Lottery.

Cofferbearers. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Cofferer of the Household. See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs (Board of Greencloth).

Coinage. See Edinburghmint (recoinage); Mintmoney; [Tin] coinage.

Coinage Duty (money), (as by 1819 Chas. II, c. 15, 1213 Wm. III, c. II, and 7 Anne, c. 24), Exchequer fees on, 336; issue to the Mint out of, 274.

Coins. And see Mintmoney.

counterfeiting and diminishing of. See Mintmoney.

gold and silver, comparison of French, Dutch and English, 107.

wrecked, grant of, 326.

See also:

Charles, King of Spain, piece of.

Crowns.

Deniers.

Dollars.

Farthings.

Half crowns.

Half pence.

Florins.

Guilders and Stivers.

Livres.

Marks.

Mexico Piece of Eight.

Moidores.

Philip, King of Spain, piece of.

Pieces of Eight.

Pillar Piece of Eight.

Pistoles.

Portuguese Moidores.

Royal plate.

Shillings.

Six pences.

Soulx.

Spanish Doubloon.

Coke (Cooke), Thomas, Vice Chamberlain of the Household. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Colborn, , captain, his company in Borr's marine regiment, 256.

Colby. See Coleby.

Colchester, co. Essex, ship of, 461.

Cole, Charles, Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, death of, 97; executors of, salary payment to, 97.

-, Christian, Secretary (Consul, Minister) at Venice, 34, 451, 521, 551; and release of British slaves from Venetian galleys, 359, 361, 363, 367.

-, Harry, carver, Royal Household, 503.

-, John, appointed tidesman and boatman at Torquay, 239.

-, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, death of, 450, 520; executors of, payment to, 450, 551.

-, Thomas, scourer to the kitchen, Royal Household, 502.

Colebrook (Colebroke, Colebrooke), Mr., attending the Treasury, 23, 52; effects of Mr. Whitfield in the hands of, 23, 52; partner of Mr. Jackson, 52.

-, James, Clothier to marine regiments (Borr's), payments to, 247, 256, 321.

Coleby (Colby), Thomas, Commissioner of Transports, 258.

-, Thomas, junior, Commissioner for making up the accounts and disbanding marine regiments, 435, 444.

Coleman (Colman), Groom of the Woodyard, Royal Household, 499.

-, William, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Coles, George, one of the four under clerks of the House of Commons, 358, 454, 527.

-, Thomas. See Drage, William.

Collars for the Army. See Army.

Collectors. See CustomsLondon port and Outports.

College (Colledge), Edith, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

Colleges, dissolution of, 304. See also Universities.

Collet, John, tidesman at Salcombe, resigned, 387.

-, Joseph, nominated tidesman at Dartmouth, 265.

Collier, Zachary, tidesman in the superior list, London port, deceased, 283.

Collins, Mr., letter to, 435.

-, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Francis, merchant of London, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 231; petition in behalf of, 374.

-, Henry, Sheriff of Sussex, account of, surplusage on, 308.

-, Thomas, landwaiter at Dartmouth, superannuated, 282.

Colman. See Coleman.

Colson, Samuel, Arras worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Colt, James, major, of Edinburgh Castle, agent to the Earl of Leven, 295; payment to, out of Excise money, 295, 330.

Colton, Charles, 1st.lieutenant of Grenadiers in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Columbine, , major, letters for Lord Dartmouth brought from Gibraltar by, 216.

-, Edward, captain in Harrison's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Colvert, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Colyear, David, Earl of Portmore:

Collar of the Order of the Thistle with an enamelled St. Andrew for, 135.

letters to and matters referred to, 80, 84, 121, 218, 257.

order for disbanding Jones's and Vezey's regiments given by, 403.

report by and to, 86, 196.

Combercrosse, Peter, lieutenant in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 475.

Common Pleas, Court of:

Clerk of Estreats (R. Burgoyne, W. East), salary, 547.

judges of, 466.

officers of, payment to, in lieu of paper formerly received of the Abbot and Convent of Westminster, 548.

-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

Common Recovery, 125.

Commons, House of. See Parliament.

Commun. See Du Commun.

Como, Signor, debt due to, 61, 414.

Companies. See East India Company; Eastland Merchants; Gold and Silver Wire Drawers; Lustring Company; Mine Adventure; Royal Africa Company; Sword Blade Company; Weavers Company.

Composers, Musical. See Chapel Royal; Handel, G. F.

Compositions. See Debt, Exchequer Court.

Compton, George, Earl of Northampton, Constable (Constable and Chief Governor) of the Tower of London, 527.

-, Henry, bishop of London, 194; Dean of the Chapel, 505.

-, Spencer, Paymaster of the Queen's private pensions and bounties, 12, 13, 17, 19, 25, 26, 28, 30, 31(3), 33, 34, 35, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43(2), 45(2), 47, 49, 50(2), 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 72, 78(2), 80(3), 81, 85(2), 88(3), 90(2), 97(2), 124, 129, 136, 137(2), 147, 148, 151, 154, 155, 163, 165, 168, 169, 173, 180(2), 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 190, 196, 201, 202, 207, 211, 216(2), 219, 222, 223, 226, 228, 234, 236, 250, 257, 260, 264, 271, 273, 274, 275, 276, 284, 288(2), 295, 306, 312(2), 315, 319, 320, 321, 326 note, 330(2), 333, 335, 344(6), 349, 352(2), 353, 355(2), 356, 357, 358, 366, 368, 398, 400, 417, 447, 469, 472, 483, 527, 529, 531, 532(2), 536, 540, 543, 550, 551.

account of the charge of the Royal Stud in the time of the Prince of Denmark required from, 136.

bills drawn on, 295, 330.

letter from, mentioned, 400.

pension (400l. per annum) surrendered by, 326 note, 330.

pensions to servants of George, Prince of Denmark, payable by, 65.

silver plate which belonged to George, Prince of Denmark, in the custody of, 79; delivered up, 147.

Treasurer to George, Prince of Denmark, 330.

Concarret, John, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Concilio, Benito, depositions of, 102.

Concordatums. See Ireland.

Conduit, Mr., letter to, 257.

Conely, Barnet, lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Confectionary. See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Confessor. See Chapel Royal.

Congreve, Ralph, Governor of Gibraltar, 470.

Connaught, Ireland, houghers of cattle in, commissions of Oyer and Terminer for trying, 285.

Conrey, Jane, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

Constable, , Captain (Commodore), plate brought from the Leeward Islands by, 15, 16, 135; examination of, by the Admiralty Lords, 135.

Constantinople, death of Charles Mallet at, 165.

Consuls and Consuls General. See Ambassadors.

Contracts and Contractors. See Army; Chelsea Hospital; Greenwich Hospital; Navy; Paper and Parchment; Tin.

Convex Lights for the Post Office, 453.

Conway, Edward, Receiver General of Land Tax for Chester and part of North Wales, 233, 292.

-, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

-, Harry, cornet in Ashburnham's horse, half pay for, 478.

-, Marmaduke, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Cony, Ruperte, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Conyers, Edward, Bankers' annuities assigned to, 459; executor of. See Vincent, George.

-, John, Queen's Counsel, appointment and salary, 47, 258, 315.

-, Thomas, distributor of stamped paper for London, appointment, 85.

Coockor, Richard, Yeoman of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Coode, Benjamin, appointed examiner of officers' securities and to solicit debts standing out in the Plantation duties receipt, 113.

Cook (Cooke), Henry, tidesman in the superior list, London port, appointment, 113.

-, James, Groom of the Great Chamber, 535.

-, John, payment to, 553.

-, John, Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, 191, 529.

-, Ralph, Bankers' annuity orders in the name of, lost, warrant to innovate, 126.

-, Thomas, master of the Thomas and Elizabeth, 435.

-, Thomas. See Coke, Thomas.

-, William, Clerk of the Signet, 504.

Cookham and Bray, co. Berks, manor of, gamekeepers of, 518; petition for grant of, 317; woods in, 178, oak trees from, for repair of Maidenhead bridge, 78, 193.

Coomes, Thomas, master of the James and Sarah, 104.

Cooper, Edward, Groom of the Great Chamber, 535.

-, George, captain in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, And see Cowper.

Coor (Coore), Thomas, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 416, 441.

Coote (Coot), Richard, Earl of Bellomont, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Samuel, master of the Mary and Elizabeth, 393.

-, Windebank, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Cope, Francis, captain in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Copeland, Ri., master of the Two Sherifs, 393.

Copenhagen, ship from, 126.

Copper:

blank pieces of, proposal to supply, 108.

farthings and half pence, coinage of. See Mintcoinage.

manufacture, encouragement of, 29.

proposal for supplying, to the mint, 118, 119.

tea kettle, japanned, 133.

value of. See Prices.

works at Great Marlow. See Great MarlowTemple Mills.

Copper maker. See Royal Household Above Stairs (Great Wardrobe).

Coram, Thomas, memorial re settlement proposed by disbanded soldiers, 335.

Corbett (Corbet), Alexander, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Lewis, captain en second in Foissac's regiment of dragoons, pay, 71; prisoner of war in France, 171.

-, Simon, captain in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, Simon, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Corbin, Thomas, merchant, surety for Sir R. Dunckley and T. Couts for tobacco duties, petitioner, 266.

Cordell, Ann, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Cordery, William, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Corey, Andrew, tidesman at Bristol, deceased, 113.

Cork, co. Cork, ships from, 158, 187; ship owner of, 187; traders of, 122.

Corn, bought at Genoa, 359; produced in Majorca, Minorca, Sardinia and Sicily, 144.

Corn mills. See Mills.

Cornish, Henry, Clothier to Shannon's marine regiment, 321; offreckonings due and paid to, 256; payments to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247(2), 248, 249.

Cornwall:

fish in, complaint by persons concerned in the manufacture of, 228.

Receiver General of Land Tax. See Manaton, Francis.

Sheriff of, letter to, 370.

smuggling in, 250.

tin in, assaymaster of (Charles Godolphin), 478; price of, memorial re, 135; transportation of, to London, petition re, 462, 463.

Tinners in, purchase of tin from, issue for, 37.

Cornwall, Duchy of, 194, 340; Auditor of, letters to and matters referred to, 24, 173, 434; and see Bertie, Albemarle; pensions paid out of, account of, required, 58; revenue of, account of, required, 24, 173.

Cornwallis, Mr., et al., issue to, out of Civil List money, 65.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 472.

-, Thomas, business of the intended Lottery to be forwarded by, 48; Commissioner of the 1711 Lottery of 1,500,000l., 165; Commissioner of the two 1712 Lotteries (authorised by Acts 10 Anne, c. 18 and 19), 68, 116, 117, 341.

Coroner of Westminster (Mr. Lowe), 65.

Coroner of the Verge. See Royal Household Below Stairs (Verge).

Corrance, Mr., letter from, mentioned, 131.

Corunna, Spain, packet boats between Falmouth and, 139.

Corve. See La Corve.

Cossens, Thomas, appointed tidesman and boatman at Orford, 283.

Cotesworth, William, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 186.

Cotigno, Henry, employment in the Stamp Office for, 261.

Cotterell, Sir Charles, issue to, for Monsieur Boys, 31.

-, Sir Clement, Master and assistant master of the Ceremonies. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Cotton, Anthony, heirs of, payment to, 552.

-, Sir John, payment to, on his perpetuity, 237.

-, John Hynde and Sir John Hynde, Commissioner for Trade, 97, 455, 528.

Coulson, Thomas, Clothier to Shannon's marine regiment, payment to, 321.

Council. See Cabinet Council; Privy Council.

Council Chamber, inferior officers of, travelling charges, etc., 338; Keepers of (R. Grigson, R. Harmsworth, E. Salter), payments to, 288, 344, 508.

Council in Waiting, Clerk of, letter to, 246.

Counterfeiting and Counterfeiters, of coin. See Mint; of [Lottery] orders, by clerks in Mr. Fitch's office, 12; of Stamps. See Stamps.

Courant, Francis, Yeoman Harbinger, Royal Household, 499.

Courson, Blaize, master of the Saint Lewis of Calais, petition of, 359.

Court Drummer. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Courthope (Couthorpe), James, one of the four under clerks of the House of Commons, 358, 454, 527.

Courtney, Nicholas, of the Inner Temple, petition for the Stewardship of East Greenwich and Sayes Court, 407, 419.

Courts Leet, 295, 327.

Couthorpe. See Courthope.

Couts, Thomas, tobacco merchant, absconded, 266; securities of, petition of, 266.

Couzens, John, ensign in Windresse's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Coven, Mary, widow, postmaster of Dorchester, petition for stay of process and additional salary, 238; husband of, postmaster of Dorchester, 238.

-, Samuel, father in law of Mary, postmaster of Dorchester, 238.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, tidesmen at, 265; quarantine at, 171; Surveyor of (J. Benn, J. Filks), 293.

Cowley, John, messenger of the Treasury, 480(2).

Cowper (Cooper), Agnata, woman of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, John, appointed noontender, London port, 387.

Cox, (Coxe), Charles, Chief Justice of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, 123, 245, 445.

-, Jane, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

-, John, Sheriff of Wiltshire, accounts of, surplusage on, 65, 310.

-, John, recommended for employment in the Customs, 269.

-, Robert, musician of the Royal Household, 536.

-, William, captain lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

Coxeter, Francis, Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter, 503.

Crabb, John, his proposals re the Distillery of Ireland, 215.

Craggs, James, Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance, 102.

-, James, Resident and Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Spain, 451, 521, 522, 551.

Craigie, John, Professor of Philosophy in St. Leonard's College, St. Andrew's University, 274.

Crainfeild. See Cranfield.

Cranbourne Chase. See Windsor Forest

Cranbrook, co. Kent, clothiers of, 197.

Cranfield (Cranefeild, Crainfeild), James, issues and payments, 25, 31, 59, 180, 207, 426.

Cranmer, Joseph, one of the Secondaries in the Office of the Pipe, 310, 528, 539.

Cranwell, Gregory, turnbroach to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 502.

Crauford. See Crawford.

Craven, Gifford, lieutenant in Heblethwayte's company, Montandre's regiment, pay, 280.

-, Griffith, 1st lieutenant of Grenadiers, Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Crawford (Crauford), David, Deputy Commissary General of Musters, 300, 301, 396.

Crawley, Thomas, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Crayton.See Creighton.

Creas de Lyon, broad, French linen called, 425.

Creighton (Crayton), David, colonel, half pay for, 210; pay due to, report on, 171; regiment of, disbanded or reduced, 210, 482; Officers of, half pay for, 210, 482, superseded by Officers of Grant's regiment, 210; on the Irish Establishment, 482; surgeon of, half pay for, 482.

Crepigny, Thomas, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249.

Creswell, Richard, Sheriff of Salop, surplusage on his account, 37, 243.

Cribb (Crib), Nicholas, master of the Betty, 474.

-, Thomas, appointed tidesman and boatman at Harwich, 113.

Crickett, Peter, clerk in the Admiralty, 316.

Crisp, Henry, estate of, value of, 55, 399; widow of. See Saltmarsh, Mary.

-, Mary, daughter of Henry, estate of, value of, 55, 399; outlawed for being a professed nun, 55, 399.

Critz (Critty), Thomas D', Serjeant at Arms, 180, 519.

Crocker, Isaac, Queen's waterman, payment to, for preserving the Queen's swans, 165; pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Croft (Crofts), Mr., horse breeder, payment to, for a gray running mare for the Queen's stud, 468, for keeping Mr. Curven's horses in Yorkshire, 469.

-, Mr., payment to, 13.

-, Elizabeth, administrator of, 460.

-, William, Master of the Children and Composer and Organist to the Chapel Royal, 20, 71, 155, 505(2), 508, 514.

-, William, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Croharre, Daniel, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

Cromp, Lawrence, York Herald, 226, 531.

Cronkes, John, master of the Resolution, 105.

Crooke, Bridget, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Crooks, James, tidesman at Newcastle, dismissed, 449.

Cropton, John, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Crosby (Crosbie), John, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 281; half pay for, 476; pay, 281.

-, John, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 89, 442, 474.

-, Morris, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Croses, Isaac, captain, pension on the Irish Establishment, 442.

Cross (Crosse), Thomas, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, Sir Thomas, baronetcy fees, 325 note (2), 326 and note, 339; matter referred to, 481.

Cross Road Posts. See Post Office.

Crossfeild, Robert, clerk in the Admiralty, 316.

Crostwaite, William, riding officer at Mileham, deceased, 192.

Crow (Crowe), Mr., issue for, 40.

-, Ben, master of the Mary of Yarmouth, 393.

-, John, captain in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, Robert, 1st lieutenant of Grenadiers in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Stephen, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Crowley, Sir Ambrose:

Alderman of London, 73.

Deputy Governor of the South Sea Company, 361.

loan from, 73; payment of interest on, 297.

petition for release of ships from quarantine, 230, 277, 312, 397.

South Sea Stock deposited with, issue to redeem, 73, 213.

-, John, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 455.

Crown, The:

Clerk of, King's Bench (R. Harcourt), payment to, 550, for arrears of vestures, 535.

debts to, 67, 83, 93, 171, 183, 354, 440; composition of, 114, 331, 397, Resolution of the House [of Commons] re, 201.

Deputy Clerk of (J. Sambrooke), 122, 330.

intestate's estate devolving to, 165, 429, 432.

lease of land to, 125.

share of wrecks reserved to, 326, 327.

Crown evidences (witnesses), 54, 261, 276.

Crown Lands:

Commission of Survey, 384.

drains in, petition for leave to open, 113.

fine on, 71.

leases and grants, 30, 71, 132, 137, 145, 153, 194, 195, 217, 241, 285, 291, 304(2), 339, 367, 384, 400, 437.

pensions payable at office of, account of, required, 58, 422.

rewards of, listing of, 474, 480.

rents and revenues, 71.

Auditor of. See Jett, Thomas.

Deputy Auditor. See Taylor, Jo.

for Middlesex, 549.

for Northamptonshire, 418.

for Wales. See Godolphin, Sidney.

for Yorkshire, 432.

fee farm rents:

defective, 187.

sale and grant of, 187, 194, 263, 414;

Acts [22 Car. II, c. 6, and 223 Car. II, c. 24] for, 414; Trustees for, 414.

Receivers General of, payment by, 549; travelling charges, 432, 436; yearly fee, 436. See also Granger, Miles; Hart, Robert; Howorth, Humfry.

Surveyor General (John Manley):

a Commissioner to enquire into damages sustained by proprietors of lands purchased for fortifications at Portsmouth, etc., 394.

issue to, for extraordinary charges, 55, 393.

contats, ratals, etc., by, 145,304.

letters to and matters referred to, 122, 137, 194, 195, 217, 241, 264, 291, 317, 339, 340, 367, 371, 384, 393, 400, 407, 419, 437.

office of, Deputy in ( Tailer), 480.

records in the custody of, 474, 480.

reports by, 132, 384.

warrants to, 132, 153.

See also Cholmley, Hugh; Pendarves, Alexander; Travers, J.

Crown Lawsuits:

account of, read at the Treasury, 54, 63; required, 387.

charges and expenses, issues and payments for, 28, 43, 57, 58, 91, 92, 190, 264, 309, 357, 412, 422, 486.

Solicitor for. See Borrett, William.

Crowns, bags of, weight of, 14.

Cruikshank, Mr., returning to the Leeward Islands as a chaplain, allowance for, 194.

Crump (Crumpe), Charles, Server of the Chamber, 504.

-, William, boatman at Beachley, surrenders appointment, 192.

Crusado, an ecclesiastical imposition in Minorca, 144.

Cuffee, William, ensign in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Cugley, David, captain in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Cullum, Thomas, master of the Freinds' Goodwill, 105.

Cumberland:

Crown Lands Revenues, Receiver General of. See Hart, Robert.

House duties (Window money):.

abuses, complaint re, 8, 356, 376.

amount paid per annum, 8.

gentry submit to pay more than can strictly be charged on them, 8.

more easy method for the poor in market towns desired, 8.

Receiver General of, warrant to, 182.

Surveyors of. See Brennand, Thomas; How, John.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners of, letter to, 142; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142; Receiver General of. See Brougham, Thomas.

Cumberlege, John, petition to be Assaymaster of the Mint, 108.

Cumming, Alexander, captain in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Alexander, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Cunha Brochado. See Brochado.

Cunningham (Cuningham), Daniel, ensign in Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, James, ensign in Crosbie's company in Montandre's regiment, pay, 281.

-, John, lieutenant in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Magdalen, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Cup Bearers. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Cups and saucers, 133.

Currie, co. Midlothian, minister at (Robert Taylor), 228.

Curtains. See Window curtains.

Curtis, George, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, James, coachman of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, James, junr., petition to be a Surveyor of duties on Windows, 419.

Curven, Mr., race horses bought from, for the Queen's stud, 468, 469.

Curwin, Thomas, landwaiter at Whitehaven, superannuated, 265.

Cushen, Benson, lieutenant in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Custis, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

Custodes Rotulorum, 195.

Customs:

abuses and frauds, anonymous letter re, 79; discovery of, 146.

accounts:

Comptroller General, Comptroller (Rowland Holt): deputy to. See Terrell, Nicholas.

leave of absence for recovery of his health, 41.

stay of process against, 127.

fee to Ushers of the Exchequer charged on, 393.

particular, payments for, 70, 163, 260, 366, 485.

ambassadors' goods examined, sealed, etc., by. See Ambassadorsforeign.

bonds, concealed, proposal to discover, 131; interest on, petition to remit, 412.

business, instruction in, 100, 146, 155, 164, 258, 306.

Cashier and Receiver General (Henry Ferne), 70, 92.

accounts of, allowances in, 263, 303.

attending the Treasury, 13, 14.

dividends on South Sea Stock payable to, 149(2), 349.

letter to, 422.

loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

payments by, 130, 163, 167, 272, 309, 311, 366(2), 393, 484.

petition referred to, 207.

tellers' clerks, attending the Treasury, 14.

warrants to, 70, 74, 84, 126, 167, 221, 255, 260, 272, 311, 344, 366(2).

commanders of boats, salary, 332; and see Customs sloops.

Commissioners, 10488 passim.

Comptroller (Comptroller General). See Customs accounts.

debts, 78, 114; account of, required, 22; compounding of, 201, 363; prisoner for, 298, 378, 456; security for, 444.

disputes between East India Company and, 199.

duties:

debts and arrears, 187; list of, required, 165; prosecutions re, 166; and see Customsduties (tobacco).

drawbacks, 257, 354.

frauds and abuses, 257, 331, 332.

paid into the Exchequer, allowances on, 130, 263, 298.

small receipt of, 10, 112.

Coinage Duty. See Coinage Duty.

Four and a half per cent. duty. See Four and a half per cent.

London Duty. See London Duty.

Plantation Duties. See Plantation Duties.

on books, 422.

brandy, washed ashore, 150.

calicoes, 84; flowered and stitched, 199.

china ware, from the East Indies, 199.

chocolate, 128.

coal:

Act 1617 Chas. II, c. 2, for regulating, 364.

as by Acts 8 Anne, c. 10, and 9 Anne, c. 6, lotteries on. See Lotteries, 1710, Lottery annuities of 1,500,000l.; 1711 Adventure of 1,500,000l.

as by Acts 9 Anne, c. 17, and 10 Anne, c. 20, loan on, for building 50 new churches in London and Westminster, 223.

loans on, 250, 415.

payments out of, 303.

frauds and illegal practices, discovery of, 332.

allowance to coal meters out of, 225.

East India goods, unrated, computation of: ancient method of, 199.

"by an operation of algebra, 405; not understood by merchants, 199.

cause with the East India Company re, 54.

disputes re, 199.

petitions re, 56, 199, 228, 405.

Floretta yarn, 199.

French goods, account of, required, 175; same sort of goods as, from foreign parts, 24.

French ships, 5s. per ton, Attorney General's report re, 311; issue out of, 452; memorial re, 284.

French wines, 25l. per tun (per cent.), 158; issues out of, 180, 201, 229, 256, 277, 292(2), 308, 383, 386, 415, 446, 452; petition for removal of, 190.

fringe. See Customs duties (thread).

gold and silver thread, lace and fringe. See Customs duties (thread).

hides, collector of (London port), 121; and see Leather.

hops. See Hops.

kid skins, 200.

lace. See Customs duties (thread).

lead, collector of (London port), 121.

linens, payment out of, 84.

Logwood (as by 14 Chas. II, c. 11), pension paid out of, 446, 518.

Leather. See Leather.

muslins, 158; flowered and stitched, 199.

pelts, collector of (London port), 121.

Portuguese wines, memorial re, 30, 209, 218.

printed stuffs, payment out of, 84.

prize wines, 93, 192.

quiltings, 199.

sail cloth, foreign, issue out of, 452.

salt. See Salt.

silks, payment out of, 84.

skins. See Leather.

tea, 199; (as by 10 Anne, c. 19), Commissioners for. See Lotteries, 1712, Second Classis Lottery.

thread, lace and fringe, gold and silver, drawbacks on, 257.

tin, collector of (London port), 121.

tobacco:

additional duties (granted by Act 1 James II, c. 5; continued by Acts 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5, 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 15, 78 Wm. III, c. 10; devoted to Deficiencies by 89 Wm. III, c. 20, and 1 Anne, c. 7; continued by 6 Anne, c. 27, and 7 Anne, c. 31, and made perpetual by 9 Anne, c. 15), 197 and note.

allowance on, for sand and dust, 198.

bonds and debts for, 118, 188, 202, 261, 354, 406; petition re, 266, 291; prisoner for, 218, 243; prosecutions re, suspension of, 197; sureties for, stay of process against, 187.

Further Subsidy. See Customsduties (Tonnage and Poundage).

one third duty. See Customsduties (Tonnage and Poundage).

petition for time to pay, 100.

"Proposals for securing the Customs of tobacco, etc.", paper entitled, 213.

securities for, 96, 178, 266.

uncustomed and prohibited goods, Inspector for prosecutions in the Exchequer for, 462; deputy to (H. Orlton), 462.

unrated goods, abuses and frauds, 257, 331.

See also Customs duties (East India goods).

wines, 128; for ambassadors. See Ambassadors; washed ashore, 150; see also Customs duties (French Wines Portuguese wine, prize wines).

wire, gilt and silver. See Wire.

wool, collector of, (London port), 121.

tonnage and poundage:

additional (tonnage), arrears of, issue out of, 180.

Further Subsidies (as by Act 9 Wm. III, c. 23, for raising a Civil List provision of 700,000l. for Wm. III), tobacco duties granted by, bonds for, suspension of prosecutions for, 197 and note.

Half Subsidies (as by Act 6 Anne, c. 48), surplus of, for annuities of 80,000l. anno 1708, paid to the Bank of England for interest for circulating Exchequer Bills, 185, 186; tallies and orders on, interest on, 397.

One third Subsidy (as by Act 23 Anne, c. 18, anno 1704), arrears of, issue out of, 188; tobacco duty (one third duty) granted by, bonds for, suspension of prosecutions for, 197 and note.

subsidies (and other duties) anno 1697, issues out of, 229, 452; anno 1709, tallies and orders on, 473.

Two thirds subsidy (as by Act 7 Anne, c. 30), issues out of, for payment of interest to the Bank of England for circulating Exchequer Bills, 75, 143, 186, 303, 385.

employment in, petition for, 259; recommendations for, 245, 269, 306.

exports and imports, between England and France (1662 1663 and 16651666), value of, 332 and note.

frauds. See Customsabuses.

House. See CustomsLondon Port.

Inspector of Port Books, usefulness and necessity of such an officer, 343; and see Holmes, Richard.

Inspector of Prosecutions in the Exchequer for uncustomed and prohibited goods (W. Wynd), 169, 239, 462; deputy to (H. Orleton), appointment, 239, proposals by, 462.

Inspector General of Imports and Exports (Dr. Davenant), office of, account of the annual charge of, required, 44.

Ireland. See Ireland.

London port:

Book of Rates, 192 note. coal meters, duty of d. per chaldron allowed to, 255; petition of, 255.

coastwaiter, appointment, 449.

Collector of the Customs and Subsidies of wool, hides, pelts, lead and tin (J. Benson, E. Lewis), 121, 126.

Collector Inwards, in charge of the Plantation receipt, 127; to approve securities of merchants and have the custody of all bonds and deposits, 127.

Collector Outwards, warrant to, 82.

Comptroller, to approve merchants' securities and have custody of all bonds and deposits, 127.

Comptroller of the Warehouse for prohibited East India Goods (R. Fryer, J. Owen), 343.

Copying Clerk of Entries Inwards (W. Alexander, C. Smith), 388.

Custom House, 85, 396; difficulties at, complaint of, 54; pensions paid at, account of, required, 58; pictures detained at, 93.

land carriageman, appointment, 239.

landwaiters, appointments, 239, 449; dismissed, 449; surrender, 239.

master meters, 255.

noontenders, appointments, 113, 387.

officers officiating by deputy, account of, required, 189.

patent searchers, five, 311; and see Bertie, P.

quays and wharfs, commission for bounding and limiting, 397, 399.

Queen's waiters:

appointments, 244; surrendered, 398.

deputies to, appointments, 259, 282, 283.

leave of absence, 269.

salaries, 255.

salary bills, 70, 173, 272, 378.

searcher, deputed. See Canby, Henry.

Surveyor General, parchment for blank books for, 84.

tidesmen, 111.

extraordinary, 306, 361.

in the inferior list, appointments, 113, 192, 239, 283, 293, 387, 449; dismissed, 239, 449; promoted, 113, 192, 239.

in the superior list, appointments, 113, 192, 283, 293, 387; superannuated, 113.

tidesurveyors, appointments, 203; petition for employment, 445; petition for restoration, 465.

tobacco bonds, debt on, 118.

under meters, 255.

under searchers, five, 82.

watchmen, appointments, 77, 239, 283.

watermen, 113, 203, 387, 449; resigned, 449; superannuated, 387.

weighing porter, appointed and superannuated, 113.

messenger of the Chamber attending. See Thorowkettle, John.

money, paid into the Exchequer, allowance for charges, 303; fees of officers of the Pipe, 309, 344.

officers:

collection of duty of 6 pence per month out of seamen's wages by, 156.

disabled, maintenance of, 242.

for the prevention of smuggling, proposed appointment, 408.

frauds detected by, 111.

in the Plantations. See Plantations.

inspection of French men of war by, 238.

insulted and fired upon by Frenchmen, 458, 461.

officating by deputy, account of, required, 189.

patent, expected from superannuation scheme, 242.

pensions of. See below superannuation.

salaries of, repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 377; deduction of 4d. in the from, for superannuation or disablement, 242.

securites of, examiner of (B. Coode, H. Roynon), 113.

seizures by, methord of obtaining, Attorney General's opinion on, 405.

strict observance of quarantine and, 335.

superannuation (pension), 113, 245, 265, 266, 282, 283, 293, 387, 449; deductions from salaries for maintaining, 242; scheme for, 242, 265, 266; rate of, 242.

visiting of French men of war by, memorial re, 284.

Outports:

boatmen:

appointments, 113, 192, 203, 264, 283, 293, 332, 387, 449; surrendered, 192, 387, 449.

extraordinary, 331.

promoted, 387.

salaries, 265, 331, 332.

superannuated, 265, 283, 293.

And see below tidesmen and boatmen.

coal meters. allowance of duty of d. per chaldron to, 255.

coal waiters, employment of, proposal to discontinue, 254.

coastwaiters, salaries of, 254.

collectors, 257, 364, 449.

accused of neglect, 153.

appointments, 114, 192, 293, 423; recommended, 428.

bonds of, 254.

dismissed, 423.

excepted from superannuation scheme, 242.

failure of, 363.

salary, 331.

comptrollers, parchment for blank books for, 84; patent of appointment, 142.

customers, 196, 266, 423.

appointment, recommended, 288.

fees paid by, to four Ushers of the Exchequer Court, 393; to the Queen's Remembrancer, 84.

parchment for blank books for, 84.

deputy comptrollers, appointments, 114, 449.

gauger, petition for place of, 397, 399.

Inspector and Examiner of parchment books. See Homes, Richard.

land carriage officers, nominated and appointed, 265; salaries, 265; superannuated, 265.

landwaiters:

appointed and nominated, 113, 241, 254, 265, 266, 269, 282, 283, 293, 343, 345.

inspection of the coal trade by, 254.

promoted, 296.

salaries, 254, 265, 266, 296.

superannuated, 265, 266, 282, 283.

mariners, pay of, 332.

mates, pay of, 332.

officers (patent officers). See Customsofficers.

patent searcher, appointment, 283.

porters. See below tidesmen and porters.

riding officers and surveyors. See Customs riding officers; riding surveyors.

salaries in, memorial re, 331.

salary bills, 70, 173, 272, 378.

searchers, parchment for blank books for, 84.

Surveyor of Customs and Subsidies (F. Arundell, J. Jones), 154, 167.

surveyor, waiter and searcher, appointment and salary, 332, 449; promoted, 449.

surveyors, 364.

appointments, 113, 114, 192, 203, 239, 293, 332, 423, 436; resigned, 203.

dismissed for neglect of duty, 239.

salaries, 114, 192, 239, 293.

superannuated, 293.

travelling charges, 292.

tidesmen:

appointments and nominations, 113, 192, 239, 265, 283, 293, 335, 343, 387, 394, 449; declined, 449; resigned, 293, 387.

dismissed, 283, 449.

drowned, 283.

exchange places, 311, 449.

promoted, 294.

salaries, 265, 293.

superannuated, 265, 293.

tidesmen and boatmen:

appointments and nominations, 77, 113, 114, 160, 239, 265, 282, 283, 293, 387, 449; resigned, 387.

dismissed, 69, 160.

exchange places, 311.

salaries, 265, 293, 387.

superannuated, 265, 282, 283, 293, 387, 449.

tidesman and porter, appointment, 293.

tidesurveyors, appointed and nominated, 265, salaries, 265; superannuated, 265.

tidewaiters, appointment, petition for, 257; promoted, 292.

waiters and searchers:

appointments and nominations, 114, 192, 239, 265, 283, 293, 387, 449; petition for, 214.

dismissed, 114, 214, 239, 283.

promoted, 423.

salaries, 265, 293, 331, 332.

superannuated, 265, 283, 293, 449.

And see above surveyor.

waterman, appointment, 283.

weighers, appointed and nominated, 265; salaries, 265; superannuated, 265.

weighing porters, appointments, 449.

pensions payable out of, account of, required, 422.

Port Books in the Queen's Remembrancer's office. See Exchequer-Queen's Remembrancer; Inspector of. See Customs-Inspector of Port Books.

Receiver General. See Customs Cashier.

riding officers:

appointed and presented, 192, 239, 250, 423.

dismissed, 83, 141, 423.

examination for place of, 141.

for the wool business (against owlers and smugglers of wool), 82, 83, 423.

in Kent and Sussex, Surveyor General of (H. Baker, T. Lambard), 77.

salary, 239.

servant of, murdered, 270.

superannuated, 83, 239.

riding searcher, petition for place of, 256.

riding surveyors, appointments, 283; superannuated, 283.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Secretary, letter from, mentioned, 70.

seizures, 26, 62, 93, 122, 130, 146, 187, 195, 198(2), 200, 207, 218, 223, 250, 258, 307, 336, 346, 351, 357, 359, 364, 374, 379, 393, 404, 406, 428, 436, 445, 456, 474(2).

sloops or smacks, pay of commanders, marines and mates of, 332, 488; re-establishment of, for preventing exportation of wool, 488.

solicitor, matter referred to, 79; prosecutions by, 22, 92.

superannuation. See Customs officers.

Surveyor of, deputy to (T. Andrews), extracts from Port Books to be made by, 332.

Surveyor General of riding officers. See Customs-riding officers.

Surveyor General of the Southern Division of America. See America.

Tellers' Clerks. See CustomsCashier.

Cuthbert, James, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Cutler, Robert, ensign in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.