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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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Wachop, , major, widow of, royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

Wade, , captain of the Adventure, assisting Colonel Nicholson in his enquiries in North America, 150.

-, Brian, waiter and searcher at Burnham, deceased, 114.

-, George, brigadier and major general, regiment of, on the Irish Establishment, 478; pay and subsistence, 214, 354; two youngest companies, half pay for officers of, 478.

-, William, ensign in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Waggot, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Wainscot tables, 210.

Waird. See Ward.

Waistcoats for the Army. See Army.

Waiters. See Royal Household Above Stairs (Gentlemen Ushers).

Waiters and Searchers. See Customs Outports.

Waitman, Richard, a Groom of the Royal Stables, 512.

Wakefield, co. York, town of, petition and recommendation in behalf of Mr. Statham to be Collector of Excise at York, 466, 469.

Wakefield, Robert, appointed landwaiter at Liverpool, 283.

Wakefield and Legullett Office, double walk called, in Whittle wood Forest, q.v.

Wakeling, Cort, payment to, 551.

Walbank (Walbanck, Walbancke), William:

Commissioner for Duties on Houses, 182, 442, 443.

Commissioner for Leather Duties, 425, 440, 442.

Commissioner for Taxes, 163, 174, 260, 442, 443, 479, 524.

Waldrich, Edward, underkeeper of New Park, Richmond, 141.

Walef (Walleff), Baron:

application by, for recompense for his services, 376, 377.

pretensions of, 460.

Walloon regiment of Dragoons commanded by (afterwards Baron Borl's), 291; issues for full pay of, 55, 401.

Wales:

Auditor of (Crown Lands), fees due from, 428; and see Godolphin, Sidney.

Earl of Carbery's estate in, 125.

Inspector and Examiner of books of Customs officers in the outports of (Richard Holmes), 221.

Judges of, six, issues for, 63, 123, 128, 242, 287; and see Banastre, Sir William; Brydges, William; Cox, Charles; Jessop, William; Meyrick, John; Winnington, Francis.

pensions paid out of the revenue of, account of, required, 58.

stewardships in, account of, required, 263.

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

Wales, North, Crown Land Revenues in, Receiver General of. See Howorth, Humphry; Taxes, Receiver (Receiver General) of, ordered to clear his arrears, 51; and see Conway, Edward; Lloyd, Thomas.

Wales, South, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Philips, James; Taxes, Receiver General of. See Howell, George.

Walgrave, Thomas, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Walker, , lieutenant in Will's regiment of Marines, petition for half pay, 77, report on, 437.

-, Anthony, merchant, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, Hester, royal bounty for, 155.

-, Sir Hovenden, commanding a squadron in the West Indies, bill drawn by, 99; complaints against, 85.

-, Ja., payment to, for attending the House of Commons and delivering letters, 143.

-, Jane, royal bounty for, 196.

-, John, adjutant in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 198.

-, Miles, master of the Koningsberg, 428.

-, Robert, of Dover, and partners, petition and proposal re contracts for packet boats, 261, 429, 434.

-, Thomas, Housekeeper at Newmarket, payments to, 525(2), 553.

Wall, William, Yeoman Harbinger of the Royal Household, 499.

Walleff. See Walef.

Waller, , Surveyor of Duties on Windows, deceased, 419.

Wallington. Edmund, master of the Merchants' Goodwill, 277.

Wallis, John, maltster of Hertford, bankrupt, prosecution of, 458.

Walloon troops (Regiments of Dragoons):

commanded by Baron Walef afterwards by Baron Borl, 55, 56, 291, 335, 401, 460.

dismissed, 299.

extraordinaries claimed by, 387.

half pay, 362, 460.

in Flanders, 360.

pay of, 50, 55, 56, 299, 335, 362, 374, 401, 479; for continued services, 294.

Treaties and Conventions made for, 374.

Walls, Mary, action brought by, 466.

Wallwyn (Walwin), Arnold, Page of the Presence, Royal Household, 504, 536.

Walpole, Horatio, a corporal of the Queen's Body Guard, 517; one of the Chief Commissioners and Governors of the Revenue in Ireland, 91, 166.

Walsh, John, captain in Deloraine's regiment, 475.

-, Walter, lieutenant and adjutant in Witte wrong's regiment, 211(2).

Waltan, Michael, petition for release of ship from quarantine, 474.

Walter (Walters), Jane, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Sir John, Clerk Comptroller of the Accounting House, Royal Household, account of the Civil List signed by, 514; payment to, in lieu of lodgings, 503; wages and board wages, 495, 507.

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

-, Samuel, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, Thomas, clerk, petition for a lease of Laverton farm, co. Somerset, 194.

Waltham Forest, co. Essex:

Chief Ranger, 457, 528.

keepers, 457, 528.

officers of, issue for, 34, 457, 528, 553.

rangers, 528.

under rangers, 457, 528.

walks in, called:

Chapel Henault, 457, 528.

Chingford, 457, 528.

East Henault, 457, 528.

Epping, 457, 528.

Lambourne, 457, 528.

Leighton, 457, 528.

Loughton, 457, 528.

New Lodge, 457, 528.

Walthamstow, 457, 528.

Walwood (Welwood) and Homefrith, 457, 528.

West Henault, 457, 528.

Woodford, 457, 528.

warden and lieutenant of, issue to, 528.

woodwards, 457, 528.

Walthamstow Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Walthorp, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Walton, , captain, assignee of. See Shippen, John; company of foot in New England commanded by, 85.

-, Mrs., allowance demanded by, for the refraction of saltpetre, 443.

-, Parry, Repairer of all her Majesty's Pictures, 518.

-, William, citizen and fishmonger of London, petition for lobster vessels to trade to Heligoland without performing quarantine, 346. Cp. Watson, William.

Walwin. See Wallwyn.

Walwood (Welwood) and Homefrith

Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Wanderford, George, captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Wandsford (Wandesford), Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Osburn Sidney, ensign in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Wanley, Dorothy, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Wannacott, John, master of the Willing Mind, 105.

Wapping, London, minister of, annual bounty for, 537; schoolmaster of (B. Power), annual bounty for, 537.

War, articles of, copies of, for the Secretary at War, 291.

War, the, extraordinary charges of. See Army Extraordinary Charges; in Spain and Portugal, Commissioners for Inspecting Public Affairs relating to. See Army Portugal (Commissioners, etc.): Spain (Commissioners, etc.); now near an end, 11.

Warbeck [Warberg, Sweden], ship from, 340.

Warburton, Sir George, et al., memorial of, re Post Office at Chester, 284, 290.

-, Jane, Maid of Honour, 72, 179, 302, 486.

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

Ward, Sir Edward, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, decree signed by, 48 note.

-, John, Second Justice of Chester, Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery, 123(2), 127, 245, 444, 445.

-, Joshua, apprehended for highway robbery, 234.

-, Richard, recommended to be carpenter of a fourth-rate ship, 51.

-, Thomas, appointed riding officer at Mileham, 192.

Ward (Waird) duties. See Duesfeudal.

Warden, Charles, judgment against, 394.

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

Warden Chief Justice, Trent South. See Woods and Forests.

Wardrobes. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Wareham, Elizabeth, widow, assault on, 90.

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

Warner, John, Master of the Queen's Barges, 210.

-, John, Pheasant Keeper, 506.

Warnley, Dr., issue for, 45.

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

-, Hugh, joiner, payment to, 120.

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

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

Warwickshire, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax) for. See Andrews, John; Newsham, William.

Washbourne, William, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

Wastfield, Edward, appointed tidesman at Bristol port, 343.

Watch gowns, for Yeomen of the Guard, 37.

Watches, gold and silver, 167, 327.

Watchmaker, bill of, 392, to William III (T. Herbert), 391.

Watchmen. See CustomsLondon port; London and Westminster St. James's.

Watchter, Jacob, merchant, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Water carriage, for expeditions, charge for, 104.

Water engine at Windsor. See Windsor.

Water supply. See Hampton Court, New River; Windsor Castle.

Waterhouse, Benjamin [Secretary to the Postmaster General], payment to, for three feasts due to clerks of the Post Office, 143, 453.

Waterman, Richard, Provost Marshal of the Army in Portugal, 420.

Watermen, letter carrying by, prevention of, 453; to George, Prince of Denmark, 65; and see CustomsLondon port; Queen's watermen.

Waters, Mr., instructions prepared by, 156.

-, Catharine, wife of Michael, 177.

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

-, Michael, lieutenant in Whiting's regiment, 177.

-, William, payment to, for inspecting carriers, higlers, etc., to prevent private letter carrying, 453.

Waterston, Ja., master of the Swan, galley, 278.

Waterworth, Edward, constable of Bawtry, reward for apprehending Robert Mann, a notorious highwayman, 268.

Watkins, Mr., letters to and matters referred to, 134, 374, 376, 384, 387; memorial, 30.

-, Henry, Secretary to the Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 28, 119, 303, 522; Declaration by the Duke of Ormonde signed in the presence of, 316.

Watson, David, petition for discharge of ships from quarantine, 76, 171, 194, 200.

-, Edward, citizen and fishmonger of London, petition for lobster vessels to trade to Heligoland without performing quarantine, 346, 381.

-, Edward, Provost Marshal, Royal Household, 500.

-, Henry, a turnbroach to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

-, William, Page of the Bedchamber, 502.

-, William, turnbroach to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

-, William, petition of, for exemption of lobster vessels from quarantine, 381. Cp. Walton, William.

Watts, James, payment to, for apprehending and prosecuting notorious cheats called Sweetners, 6, 86, 90.

-, Thomas, turnbroach of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

Watty, Nicho., Sewer of the Hall, Royal Household, 502.

Weams, Robert, prisoner in the Fleet for Salt Duty debt, petition to be discharged, 207.

Weatherby, George, prisoner in the Fleet for Salt Duty frauds, petition to be released, 182, 481.

-, see also Wetherby.

Weavers Company, London, Bailiff and Warden of, their petition re manufacture of Alamodes and Lustrings, 313.

And see Silk Weavers.

Webb, Charles, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

-, George, lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, 476.

-, John, junr., turnbroach of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, John Richmond, lieutenant general, Governor of the Isle of Wight and Receiver General of her Majesty's Revenue in the Island, payment of surplusage on his account, 47, 319; petition for timber to rebuild the barn near Park House in the Isle of Wight, 333.

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

-, Richard, surgeon in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211, 482.

-, Robert, waiter and searcher at Herne Bay, 331.

-, Roger, pensioner on the Civil List, 41, 541.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Webber, Phillip, payment to, for taking an inventory of packet boat stores, 452.

Webster, Edward, ensign and miner in Harrison's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, Sir Godfrey, et al., contractors for supplying hemp to the Navy, 209, 214.

-, Sir Thomas, et al., contractors for supplying hemp to the Navy, extension of time for delivery on abatement of contract price, 214, 339, 340.

Weddell, Martha, widow of Robert, petition for payment of allowances due to her husband, 147.

-, Robert, deceased, officer employed in prosecuting counterfeiters under Act 6 Anne, c. 74 (deputed clerk to Craven Peyton), 147; executors of, payment to, 273.

Weeks (Weekes), Mr. See Wickes, John.

Weighers, Weighing porters. See CustomsLondon port and Outports.

Wekett (Weket), Peter, Collector of Excise and Malt in the Hertford collection, petitioner, 458.

-, William, messenger of the Exchequer Receipt, 66, 165, 260, 328, 366, 382, 486, 535.

Weldon, John, composer and organist to the Chapel Royal, 505(2).

-, Walker, Receiver General of Land Tax for Kent and Canterbury, commission and securities, 232.

Welford, John, master of the Vine, 364.

Wellington, Henry, quartermaster in Pepper's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

Wells, co. Norfolk:

boatmen, 192.

Dean of (Dr. H. Graham), 338.

riding surveyors, 283.

Surveyor of (John Asterley), 192.

tidesmen, 192, 283, 449.

tidewaiter, 292.

Wells, Charles, barber to the captain of H.M.S. Hastings, witness, 158.

-, Cradock, clerk, going chaplain to the Leeward Islands, royal bounty for his passage, 37, 243.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, Thomas, Riding Surveyor and General Surveyor of the Duties on Hawkers and Pedlars, dismissed for misdemeanours, 429, 437, 457; payment to, for inspecting carriers, higlers, etc., to prevent letter carrying, 453.

-, William, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Welsh, Thomas, coachman of the Royal Stables, 512.

Welwood. See Walwood.

Wemyss (Wemys, Weyms), David, Earl of Wemyss, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Morrice, cornet in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, William, cornet in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Wenman, William, first paymaster of the Civil List Lottery, 494.

Wensley, George, citizen and fishmonger of London, petition of, mentioned, 136; vessels employed by, in the lobster trade to Heligoland, exempted from performing quarantine, 172.

Wentworth, Mr., et al., issue for, 43.

-, Peter, Equerry of the Royal Stables, 511; pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, Thomas, Earl of Strafford:

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary for a Treaty of a General Peace (Ambassador to the Treaty of Utrecht), 12, 13, 15, 17, 23, 25, 26, 34, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43(2), 44, 45, 53, 55, 57, 60, 61, 65, 93, 115, 125, 169, 170, 207, 301, 391, 469, 479.

building a house in Yorkshire, difficulty in importing deal boards for, 294.

christening gift for his child, from the Queen, 250.

First Commissioner of the Admiralty, allowance and salary, 3, 84.

his journeys to and from England with the seven general points of Peace and account of the negotiations of Utrecht, cost of, 170.

petition to, 400.

pictures sent home by, detained by the Customs, 93.

recommendation by, for Collector of Excise at York, 466.

regiment of dragoons of, Clothier to (Thomas Hall), 489; pay and subsistence for, 214, 354.

with the British troops marching to Ghent, 170.

West, Anne, arrested for felony and burglary, 308.

-, Henry, master of the Concord, 106.

-, Henry, master of the July Flower, 109, master of the Gilly Flower, 433.

-, John, Lord De la Warr, Treasurer of the Chamber, 58, 366, 424, 453, 484, 515, 550, 551; appointment, 326 note, 340; fee for himself and two clerks, 340; and see Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Chamber).

-, Richard, ensign in Windresse's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Robert, house belonging to, adjoining the Admiralty, purchase of, 69.

West Henault Walk in Waltham Forest, q. v.

West Indies:

Army in. See Army.

Crown evidences from, 360.

expeditions to. See Expeditions.

rum imported from, 382.

squadron in. See Navy ships.

West Looe. See Looe.

West Ward Division, co Westmorland. See Westmorland.

Westby, Nicholas, ensign in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Westley, Rob., pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Westminster, 51, 69, 100, 326.

abot and convent of, 548.

clock at, keeper of, ancient fee of, 549.

coroner of (Mr. Lowe), 65.

House duties for, Receiver General of, payment to, 375; warrant to, 182; and see Fazakerley, Sir William.

judges at, thirteen, issue for, 287.

Land Tax for, arrears of, 168; Commissioners of, letter to, 168; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir William.

records kept at, representation re, 430.

streets and places in, see London and Westminster.

Westmorland:

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

House Duties, abuses in charging and collecting, 356, 376.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners, letter to, 142, memorial of, 195; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, misrepresentations re, 195; Receiver General of. See Brougham, Thomas.

West Ward Division, [Assessment] Commissioners for, letter from, mentioned, 177.

Westmorland, Earl of. See Fane, Thomas.

Weston, George, major in Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, John, Receiver General for Surrey, sureties of, petitions of, 74, 474, 489.

-, William, surety of John, 74.

Westwood, Theophilus, underkeeper of New Park, Richmond, 141.

Wetherby, Edward, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

- See also Weatherby and Wethersby.

Wethercock, John, tenant of a burgage in Taunton, 305.

Wethered (Wetherhed), Samuel, merchant, petition for remission of interest on Custom House bonds, 412, 423.

Wetherell (Wetherill), Adam, master of the Providence, 109, 433.

Wethersby, William, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Wetton, John, payment to, 486.

Wexford, co. Wexford, Collector of (Captain Samuel Hobson), 181.

Weymouth, co. Dorset, landwaiters at, 113; tidesmen at, 239, 265(2), 449.

Weymouth, Viscount. See Thynne, Thomas.

Weyms. See Wemyss.

Whale, Richard, Postillion of the Royal Stables, 512.

Whales, fishing of, licences for. See Bermuda Islands.

Whaley, John, boatman at Whitstable, 331.

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

Wharfs. See Quays.

Wharton, Richard, tenant of a burgage in North Street, Taunton, 305.

-, Thomas, Earl of Wharton:

his list of reformed Officers on half pay, 478.

payment to, 552.

regiment of dragoons of, disbanded, 278, 279; officers of, half pay for, 278.

Whealy, Ann, allowance to, out of the Wardrobe, 508.

- See also Wheeley.

Wheeler, John, turnbroach of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, Robert, lieutenant in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Wheeley, Samuel, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

- See also Whealy.

Whetham, [Thomas], major general, Commander in Chief in North Britain, memorial for pay as, 350; regiment of foot of, clearings, 444; petition of officers, 444, sick and wounded men from, in hospital at Port Mahon, charges for, 289.

-, Thomas, ensign in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Whildon, John, Yeoman of the Larder, Royal Household, 498.

Whislade, Daniel, master of the Concord, 105.

Whitaker, Charles, payment to, 552.

-, Charles, junr., Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

-, Charles, senr., Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

-, Richard, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, William, lieutenant in Lord Windsor's horse, half pay for, 477.

Whitby, co. York:

Collectors at (H. Woods, G. Trotter), 192.

boatman, 449.

ship of, 340.

tidesman and boatman, 114.

White, Mr., bills of exchange due to, 32, 229.

-, Jos., watchman at St. James's, 501.

-, Joseph, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Richard, captain in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Robert, Coroner of the Verge, 500.

-, Samuel, royal bounty for, 97.

Whitehall. See London and Westminster.

Whitehall, Gilbert, or his executors, assignment of Bankers' annuities by, 459.

-, Lancelot, Customer of Chichester port, petition for payment of his salary, 428.

Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, landwaiters, 265; tidesman and porter, 293.

Whitehead, John, Joint Clerk or Keeper of the Hanaper, allowance in his account, 109.

-, John, master of the Elizabeth, 445.

-, William, appointed tidesman and boatman at Harwich, 387.

Whitehorn, Joseph, mayor of Portsmouth, turned out of office, 406.

Whitesand (Whitsand) Bay, Lands End, co. Cornwall, proposed appointment of a Customs officer to prevent smuggling at, 404, 408.

Whiteside, William, appointed waiter and searcher and patent searcher at Poulton, 283.

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

-, Robert, tidesman at Wells, dismissed, 283.

-, Sarah (Mrs.), executrix of Walter:

bills and answers in Chancery, 409.

case of, 481.

debt owing to, by Mr. Peters, 481.

directions to, 63.

payment to, 53, 416.

warrants to, 52, 391, 460.

-, Walter, Paymaster of Marines, deceased:

accounts of, 14, 23, 112, 373, 465, 471.

clerk or agent to (Mr. Swift), 52.

effects of, 23.

estate of, debt due to, 53.

executors of, attending the Treasury, 22, 373; prosecution of, 5.

executrix of, 416; petition of, 96, 413; and see Whitfield, Sarah.

heirs of, prosecution of, 5, 90.

money imprested to, 52, 53, 90, 96, 112, 418, 419, 424.

money deposited by, with N. Jackson, scrivener, 391, 460.

Whiting, William, colonel, regiment of, in America, 177.

Whitley, Morgan, debtor to the Crown, concealed effects of, 171; petition for reward for discovering, 254, 406, 409.

Whitlock, Sir William, Queen's Counsel, payments to, 187, 552.

Whitmore, George, lieutenant colonel in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

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

-, William, Groom of the Privy Chamber, 504, 535.

Whitsand Bay. See Whitesand Bay.

Whitstable, co. Kent, boatmen and extraordinary boatmen at, 113, 331.

Whittle, Anne, royal bounty for, 472.

Whittlewood Forest, co. Northampton:

deer in, hay for, 315.

Deputy Master Forester, 315.

dotard timber, marking and felling of, 315.

Hanger Office, walk called, 315.

Haslebrough Office, walk called, 315.

Master Forester and Conductor of the Wild Beasts of. See Fitz-Roy, Charles, Duke of Grafton.

Norton Woods and Sholebrook Lawn, double walk called, 314.

officers and ministers of, allowance in money to, in lieu of loads of wood, 314, 315.

Page Keepers, allowances in loads of wood and money, 314, 315.

Shrob Office, walk called, 314.

Under Foresters, allowances in loads of wood and money, 314, 315.

Wakefeild and Legullet Office, double walk called, 315.

wood sales in, payments to officers out of, 314.

Whittewrong. See Wittewrong.

Whitton, Daniel, Yeoman of the Almonry, 500.

Whitwick, Mary, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Whitworth, Charles, Ambassador Extraordinary to Russia, 119, 451, 519, 551.

-, Samuel, deceased, schoolmaster of the free school of Fotheringhay, 418.

Whitwrong. See Wittewrong.

Wibergh. See Wybergh.

Wickes (Wick, Weeks, Weekes), John, Comptroller of the Plantation Duties, his debt to the Crown, examination of and report on, 66, 67, petition for composition of, 331, 397; executor of. See Burgh, John.

Wickham, William, payment to, for disbursements to Mint Officers attending the Trial of the Pix, 319.

Widows. See Army and Navy.

Wight, Isle of, 489; Governor and Receiver General of the Revenue of. See Webb, John Richmond; Park House, barn near, destroyed in a storm, 333.

Wight, Richard, chaplain to Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Wightwick, Thomas, Portcullis Pursuivant at Arms, coat for, 288.

Wilcox, Edward, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South:

case re Binswood submitted by, 255.

dispute between Earl of Westmorland and, 181.

estimate by, of the cost of railing in the course at Ascot, 272.

letters to and matters referred to, 78, 135, 169, 178, 184, 199, 229, 253, 333, 359, 379, 389, 393, 396, 414.

memorial, 388.

payment to, 553.

reports by, 178, 193.

salary payment, 529.

warrants to, 193, 272, 314, 333, 341, 379, 389.

Wilden, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Poulton, dismissed, 283.

Wilkins, Thomas, Under Sheriff of Glamorganshire, petition for allowance of extraordinary charges, 226, 423, 426.

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

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

-, George, tidesman and porter at Whitehaven, 293.

-, George, Footman of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Henry, Surveyor of Stockton port, deceased, 436.

Wilks, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249(2), out of Army clearings, 98.

William III:

Civil List of, 492; Act 9 Wm. III, c. 23, for, 197 note; arrears of, payments out of, 463, 480.

clockmaker and watchmaker to (T. Herbert), 391.

Cofferer to the Household of. See Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford; office of, debt due in, 260, 480.

gifts and grants by, 355; of Irish lands, Act for resuming and selling (11 Wm. III, c. 2), 46 note; to the College of Glasgow, 409.

Williams, Mr., of Brockley, employment for, as officer for Window Tax or Leather Duties, 288.

-, Charles, loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

-, Daniel, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, Daniel, payment to, 514.

-, Edward, ensign in Montandre's regiment and company, half pay for, 476, pay, 280.

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

-, Henry, tidesman and boatman at Harwich, superannuated, 423.

-, Henry, Surveyor of Stockton port, deceased, 423.

-, Hugh, clerk, going chaplain to the Leeward Islands, royal bounty for his passage, 37, 243.

-, James, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, John, royal bounty for, 34, 65, 234, 479.

-, John, Agent to the Queen's printers, 339, 515.

-, Joshua, Clerk of Sir R. Raymond, Solicitor General, 549.

-, Ralph, tenant of a burgage in Taunton, 305.

-, Richard, surgeon to Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, Robert, outlaw, in custodiam lease of his estate in Glamorganshire, 270.

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

-, Thomas, appointed Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Durham, 430.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in Wharton's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

-, Thomas, second Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 517.

-, Thomas, third Page, payment to, 348.

Williamson, Edmund, Serjeant at Arms, 180, 519; pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, James, clerk, going chaplain to Maryland, royal bounty for his passage, 88.

-, [Robert, Commissioner of Customs], letter to, 345.

-, Thomas, tidesman and boatman at Stockton, superannuated, 265.

Willis, Nicholas, master of the Providence, 104.

Willoughby, Edward, Lord Willoughby of Parham, royal bounty for, 137.

-, John, master of the Gothenburg Merchant, 231.

Wills, Caspar, ensign in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Sir Charles, major general (lieutenant general, colonel), regiment of marines of:

at Canterbury, 440, 441.

clothiers of, offreckonings due to, 256.

disbandment of, 440, 441.

lieutenant of, 77.

petition of citizens of Canterbury for payment due on account of, 147.

subsistence for, 440, 441; issue for, 441.

-, Edward, Page of the Presence, 504, 536.

-, George, tidesman and boatman at Torquay, deceased, 239.

Willson. See Wilson.

Wilmot (Wilmott), Robert, merchant, petition and permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 381, 394, 397.

Wilson (Willson), Archibald, lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Edward, cornet in Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Hermon, master of the Winnegunda, 364.

-, John, payment to, out of Army clearings, 98.

-, Michael, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249(2), out of Army clearings, 98.

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

-, William, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247(2), 248.

Wiltshire:

House Duties, Receiver General of, warrant to, 145; surveyors of. See Jenner, Thomas; Winiat, John.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners of, letters to, 142, 252; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, 252; Receiver General of. See Baxter, Alexander; Child, John.

Sheriff of. See Cox, John.

Winchester, co. Hampshire. Clerk of the Works at (T. Bateman), 538.

Winchester bushel (coal measure), 66, 364, 365.

Wind, Winde. See Wynd.

Windebanke, John, appointed Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, 181.

Windham (Wyndham), Lady, daughters of, payment to, out of Civil List money, 189.

-, Dame Ann, 101, 532.

-, Frances, daughter of Dame Ann, pension payments, 101, 532, 553.

-, Sir Francis, pension payments, 101, 189, 529.

-, Mahaleel, a Groom Porter, Royal Household, 499; a doorkeeper to the House of Lords, 358, 550.

-, Rachell, daughter of Ann, pension payment to, 101; executrix of, pension arrears paid to, 532.

-, Thomas, corporal of the Queen's Body Guard, 517.

-, Sir William:

Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, allowance, 422, 446, in lieu of perquisites and profits, 392, 485; sworn into office, 51.

Master of her Majesty's Buckhounds, 518.

Secretary at War, 14, 21, 23(2), 25, 38, 86, 99, 120, 128, 134, 138, 147, 157(2), 160, 184, 216, 222, 224, 229, 262, 282, 291, 314, 336, 350, 402, 437.

Window curtains, cost of. See Prices.

Window duties (Lights, money, tax). See Houses.

Windresse, William, colonel, regiment of foot of, on the Irish Establish ment, 478; two youngest companies, half pay for officers of, 478.

Windsor, Andrew, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249.

-, Andrew, brigadier, regiment of Foot of, officers of, posted to Wittewrong's regiment, 280, pay of, 279, 280; supersede officers of Lucas's regiment, 210.

on the Irish Establishment, 206, 280, 478.

respits on, 481; report re, 171.

pay, 206.

two youngest companies, half pay for officers of, 478.

-, Dixie, Storekeeper of the Ordnance, 548.

-, Thomas, Viscount Windsor, regiment of horse of, on the Irish Establishment, 477; three youngest troops of, half pay for officers of, 477.

-, and see Winsor.

Windsor, co. Berks.:

Corporation of, annual bounty, 537.

Dean, etc., of, annual bounty, 537.

Gentlemen Pensioners' travelling charges to, 353.

minister of (T. Dawson), annual bounty, 537.

Old Windsor, Vicar of, annual bounty, 537.

poor of, annual bounty, 537.

school, annual bounty, 537.

Windsor Castle and Palace:

Chapel (Queen's Chapel) at. See Chapel Royal.

furniture for, 210, 407.

governor and captain of (Duke of Northumberland), fee of, 539.

guard chamber (Rooms) at, 3; furniture for, 222.

Housekeeper of (T. Randue), 35, 58, 245, 413, 424(2), 504, 516.

Maids of Honour at, furniture for, 210.

north side of, new plantations on, 367, 380, 425, 480; road between the Thames and, 425, 480; wall on, building of, 425.

plumber at. See WorksWindsor.

Queen at, 474.

Secretary of State at, 473.

Standing Wardrobe at. keeper of (T. Hall), 348, 504, 516.

sub-almoner in attendance at, 274.

warrants, etc., dated at, 285, 312, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326(2), 333, 340, 341, 350, 351, 352(3), 354, 356, 360, 363, 364, 365, 368, 379, 381, 382(2), 384, 391, 395, 417, 419, 425, 427, 434, 440, 442, 447, 449, 450, 453(2), 455, 457, 464, 467(2), 469, 473, 475, 476, 478, 482, 484.

Water engine at, Keeper of (J. Roberts), 28, 185, 525.

water supply to, 186.

works, office of. See Works Windsor.

Windsor Forest:

Bagshot Rails and Sandhurst Walks in, Ranger of (Francis Negus), 253.

Cranbourne Chase, underkeepers of, allowances, 45, 309.

deer and stags in, hay for, 309, 444; preservation and feeding of, 253.

trees in, dead, sale of, 272; not fit for the Navy, warrant to fell, 272.

Windsor Great Park, issue for works in, 53; Mote Park in, issue for rent of, 28, 53, 61, 141, 352, 367.

Windsor House Park:

deer in, hay for, 241, 246, 550.

Deputy Ranger of (Earl of Godolphin), 241, 246, 550.

works in, payment for, 53, 387, 463.

Windsor Herald (Peers Maudit), 226, 531.

Wine Licence Office:

Commissioners of, letter to, 166.

incidents and salaries of, issue for bills, 83.

revenue of, arrears and debts, account of, required, 166; prosecutions re, 166.

Wine merchants, petitions of, 92, 190, 291.

Wine Porters.See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Winebridge. See Winnebriggs.

Wines:

bonds for, 194; application to Parliament for discharge of, 291.

Canary, seizure of, 140, 141.

condemned, 309.

driven ashore near Pembroke, as to payment of duty on, 110, 150, 153.

duties on. See Customs duties.

for the Corporation of London, City Impost on, 191.

for foreign Ambassadors, 128; allowance Customs free, at their first coming, 138, 488.

French, duties on. See Customsduties; liable to great damage by heat of the weather, 190; prize, 93; smuggling of, 346.

from Holland, 255.

Italian, stopped by the Customs, 293.

Portuguese, duties on. See Customsduties.

prize, 141; duties on, 93, 192.

produced in Minorca, 144.

Scotland. See Scotland.

seized, 140, 187, 364.

smuggling (running) of, 79, 337, 346.

Spanish, 138; prize, duty on, 93.

Wing, John, lost lottery orders in the name of, warrant to innovate, 431.

Wingfeild, Madam, a gentlewoman in Duke D'Aumont's retinue, 146.

Winiat, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses for Wiltshire, appointment and salary, 145.

Winington. See Winnington.

Winne. See Wynne.

Winnebriggs (Winebridge) and Threo, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General of Duties on Houses for (J. Harneis), 343.

Winnington (Winington), Francis, second justice of cos. Pembroke, Carmarthen and Cardigan, 123, 127, 245, 445.

-, John, appointed watchman, London port, 77.

-, Salway, Commissioner for Public Accounts, 162, 260, 302; Commissioner for Stating Army debts, 162, 260, 302; Commissioner for appropriating public supplies, 162.

Winright, Rt., master of the Endeavour, 441.

Winsor, Mr. Postmaster of Ashburton, deceased, 432.

Winstanley, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Winston, John, Groom of the Larder, Royal Household, 498.

Wire, gilt and silver, duty on, Commissioners for. See Lotteries, 1712, Second Classis Lottery.

Wire Drawers. See Gold and Silver Wire Drawers.

Wisbeach (Wisbech), co. Cambridge, Surveyors of Customs at (D. Cawdron, R. Thurkill), 239.

Wise, Henry, Queen's gardener:

estimate by, 367.

house at Hampton Court belonging to, in right of his office, 255.

issues to, 15, 17, 25, 26, 28, 33, 42, 43, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64(2), 65, 66, 165, 262, 387, 463.

letter to, 380.

matter referred to, 112.

memorial, 384.

representation by, 220.

-, Robert, tobacco merchant of London, absconded, 187, 188, Customs debt of, petition for leave to apply in Parliament for compounding, 78, 187, 201; manor of Latchleys mortgaged to and by, 187, sureties of, broke and absconded, 188.

Wiseman, Mistress Mary, petition for leave to open drains in St. James's Park, 112, 113.

Witham, Nathaniel, serjeant skinner of the Great Wardrobe, 533, 534, 536.

-, Robert, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Wither. See Withers.

Witherden, Daniel, appointed tidesman and boatman at Dover, 449.

Withers (Wither, Wyther), [Henry], brigadier, regiment of, date of disbandment and commencement of half pay, 402; officers of, memorial, 324, 410.

-, Robert, tenant in Maudlin Street, Taunton, 304.

-, Thomas, Clerk to Henry Pelham, payment to, concerning the Pells of Issue, 163.

Witich, Godfrey, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Wittewrong (Whitwrong, Whittewrong), James, lieutenant in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Sir John, colonel:

half pay for, 211.

regiment of:

disbanded, 210, 482.

officers of, half pay for, 210, 211, 482; superseded by officers of Montandre's regiment, 99, 210, 280.

on the Irish establishment, 99, 482.

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

Wolsley, William, cornet in Pepper's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

Wonacott, Benjamin, master of the Dolmohay, 106.

Wood, importation of, 76, 231, 409.

Wood (Woods), , deceased, a Surveyor of Houses, 429.

-, Hamlet, appointed Collector of Whitby, 192.

-, Richard, attorney, pensioner on the Civil List of Scotland, 181.

-, Thomas, Postillion to the Royal Stables, 512.

-, William, surety of John Fox, petition for compounding a debt, 243.

Woodcock, Thomas, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Wooden wares, importation of, 354.

Woodeson. See Woodson.

Woodford Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Woodhouse, George, nominated tidesman at Bristol, 265.

-, James, appointed Counsel to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 161; recommendation of, 130.

Woodman, John, tidesman and boatman at Dartmouth, appointed tidesman at Plymouth, 283, 293, 387.

Woods. See Wood.

Woods and Forests:

Trent North, Chief Justice in Eyre (Duke of Devonshire), 286; Surveyor General of. See Hewitt, Thomas.

Trent South, Surveyor General of. See Wilcox, Edward; Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre (Earl of Abingdon), allowance, salary, etc., 447, 462, 527, 531; opinion of, required, 31.

See also:

Alice Holt Forest.

Binswood.

Dean Forest.

Glencothi.

New Forest.

Princes Wood.

Rockingham Forest.

Salcey Forest.

Sherwood Forest.

Snowdon.

Southbere.

Waltham Forest.

Whittlewood Forest.

Windsor Forest.

Woolmer Forest.

Woodson (Woodeson), Leonard, Clerk to the Office of Works, 538.

-, Leonard, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

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

Woodward, Susan, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Woodwyn, William, [surgeon's] mate in Montandre's regiment, pay, 280.

Woodyard, officers of. See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Wool and Woollen goods:

coarse, manufacture of, money appropriated for encouraging, 27.

duties on. See Customs duties.

exchanged for French goods, complaint re, 461.

exportation of (running, transportation, smuggling), 131, 474.

prevention of, re-establishment of Customs boats for, 487, 488; riding officers for, 82, 83, 423.

prosecutions for, 189,197.

since the Queen's accession, certificate of, required, 22, 166.

produced in Minorca, 144.

seizure of, 474.

See also Polonia wool.

Wooley, Anthony, coastwaiter at Newcastle, deceased, 254.

Woolford, Jacob, appointed tidesman and boatman at Hubberston, 113.

Woollen goods. See Wool.

Woolmer Forest, Chief Ranger of, complaint by, 199.

Woolrich, Mich., cofferbearer, Royal Household, 516.

Woolrick, Mich., Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, dismissed, 181.

Woolwich, co. Kent:

abuses and frauds at, proposal to discover, 411.

hemp for and imported at, 214, 410.

H.M. ships at, paying off and laying up, 202, 222, 230, 242, 251, 281, short allowance money for, 213.

Worcester, battle of, services to Charles II after, 149, 150.

Worcestershire:

gentlemen of, recommendation by, 250.

Land Tax, acting Assessment Commissioners of, letters to, 142, 252, 461; arrears of, amount of and collection of, 142, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Sparry, John.

Taxes, Receiver General of, ordered to clear his arrears, 51; and see Albert, Thomas.

Worden, Robert, deceased, trustee for Queen Dowager Mary, 547.

Wordsworth, Josiah or Josias, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 230, 269, 277, 278.

Workman, John, tenant of a burgage in Taunton, 305.

Workmen, discharged from dockyards, 11, 99.

Works:

artificers, issue for, 551.

Board of (Office, Officers, Principal Officers):

account of disposal of lead and other material from the great building in the Savoy required from, 411.

annual charge of (for wages and salaries), account of, required, 290, 375.

debt in, account of, required, 288; for emptions and stores, account of, required, 375; issue for, 537,552.

dinners for, allowance for, 538.

letters to and matters referred to, 3, 24, 77, 95, 120, 164, 178, 184, 186, 188, 220, 255, 288, 290, 308, 323, 367, 375, 411, 414, 422, 474.

paper allowance for, 538.

payments to, 525, 526, 537, 538, 553; and see below Paymaster.

plans made by, 164.

repairs to roads to be measured and valued by, 31, 188.

reports by, 28, 400.

surveys by, 11, 120.

ticket wages, 552.

works by, 164; account of, since 1709, required, 414; estimates for, required, 95, 184, 186, 435; not to be undertaken but by Treasury warrant, 414.

Bricklayer (Master Bricklayer, R. Stacey), 526, 535.

Carpenter (Master Carpenter, J. Churchill), 526, 535, 537.

Carver (Master [Wood] Carver, G. Gibbons), 526, 535.

Clerk (Clerk Engrosser, C. Wren), 526, 537.

Clerk Itinerant (C. Haughton), 538.

Clerks (C. Browne, W. Deeplowe, T. Kynaston, L. Woodeson), 538.

Comptroller (J. Vanburgh), 525, 535, 537; house of, at Hampton Court, 178; patent of appointment, revoked, 168, 191.

Denmark House, Clerk of the Works (T. Rotherham), 538; Storekeeper (T. Hutton), 538.

Glazier (Master Glazier, J. Ireland), 526.

Hampton Court, Clerk of the Works (J. Bull), 538.

Joiner (Master Joiner, Master Joiner and Purveyor, J. Hopson, R. Stacey), 526, 535, 538.

Kensington, Clerk of the Works (N. Hawksmore), 538.

Locksmiths (T. Churchill, P. Harris, J. Kay), 535.

Mason (Master Mason, B. Jackson), 525, 535, 537.

Newmarket, Clerk of the Works (F. Buckle), 538.

Painter (Serjeant Painter, T. Highmore), 526.

Paymaster of (Charles Dartiquenave), issues to, payments to and by, 12, 15, 17, 25, 26, 28, 33, 34, 42, 43, 47, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64(2), 65, 66, 164, 165, 238, 262, 345, 386, 463, 526, 537, 551.

See also Packer, [Phillip].

Plasterer (Master Plasterer, D. Lance), 526, 535, 538.

Plumber (Serjeant Plumber, J. Roberts), 526, 535.

Purveyors (J. Hopson, R. Stacey), 526, 538, 552.

St. James's Palace, Clerk of the Works (L. Gammon), 538.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Smith (Master Smith, J. Kaye, T. Robinson), 538.

Stores, issue for, 551.

Surveyor General (Sir C. Wren), 525, 535, 537; and see Wren, Sir C.

Tower of London, Clerk of the Works (T. Rotherham), 538.

Westminster Palace, Clerk of the Works (L. Gammon), 538.

Whitehall, Clerk of the Works (L. Gammon), 538; assistant to (R. Neagle), 538; Sweeper (R. Bedoe), 538.

Winchester, Clerk of the Works (T. Bateman), 538.

Windsor:

annual charge of, account of, required, 290.

Comptroller (Sir C. Wren) 526(2); patent fee, 456.

debts, 549, 551.

issue for, 384.

officers, payments to, 526, 553.

Paymaster (W. Roberts), issues to, 549, 551.

Plumber (J. Roberts), 526, 550.

salaries, issue for, 550,

Surveyor (J. Ball), 366. 526; patent fee, 456.

Worseley (Worsley), Henry, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 405, 419, 481.

-, James, woodward of New Forest, petition for allowance, 389, 393; warrant to, 229.

Worster, Martha, servant in the Royal Household for looking after buckets, 506.

Worth, Mr., salt officer at Falmouth, removed, 292; Surveyor of Falmouth and Penryn, reduction of his travelling charges, 292.

-, Samuel, Postillion to the Royal Stables, 512.

Wotton, co. Surrey, 417.

Wotton, Ambrose, appointed tidesman and boatman at Dartmouth, 293.

Wrecks, Crown share of, 326, 327; grant of, 326 and note, 327; Treasury right to inspect fishing for, 326; and see Ships wrecked.

Wren (Wrenn, Ren), Christopher, Clerk (Clerk Engrosser) of the Works, 526, 537.

-, Sir Christopher, Surveyor General of the Works and Comptroller of the Works at Windsor:

attending meetings of the Chelsea Hospital Commissioners, 121.

attending the Treasury, 28.

letters to and matters referred to, 102, 116, 121, 201, 255, 264, 423, 426, 430, 431, 480.

order to, 307.

payments to, 366, 456, 525, 526(2), 535, 537.

report by, 102.

-, Sarah, sister of Sir William Robinson's father, 416; husband of. See Bonsey.

Wright, Aves, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

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

-, John, recommended for a tidesman's place, 306.

-, Philip, master of the Samuel, 194.

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

-, Thomas, master of the Allured, 433.

-, William, captain in Lord Windsor's horse, half pay for, 477.

-, William, lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, 477.

Writer and Embellisher of her Majesty's Letters (T. Brand), 518.

Writs. See Error, Habeas corpus, Scire facias.

Wroughton, Teresa, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Wybergh (Wibergh, Wyberg), Thomas, Serjeant at Arms to the House of Commons, 180, 358(2), 519.

Wyche, Mr. [? Mrs.], money due to Mr. Stratford from, 445.

-, Jermyn, payment to, for funeral charges of John Wyche, 390.

-, John, Envoy Extraordinary to the Courts of Holstein Gottorp and Mecklenburgh and the Hanse Towns (Envoy at Hamburg), 451, 523.

executors of, caveat against issuing money to, 438; payment to, 551.

funeral charges of, 390.

warrant for, stopped, 62.

Wyles, Habbakuk, master of the Asia, 104.

Wymondezold, Mathew, loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

Wynd (Wind, Winde), Robert, Surveyor of Plymouth, payment to, for expense of the prosecution and condemnation of a ship, 309, 364.

-, William, Inspector of Prosecutions in the Court of Exchequer concerning uncustomed and prohibited goods, appointment patent, 169; deputy to (H. Orlcton), 239.

Wynne (Winne, Wyn, Wynn), Edward, lieutenant in Steward's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, John, a doorkeeper of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, Maurice, captain of the Grenadier Company in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, [Owen, major general], regiment of, officers and privates, disbanded, bounty for, 36, 245; subsistence for, 245.

Wyntle, Elizabeth, petition for arrears due to her deceased son, a Customs officer, 228.

Wyther. See Withers.

Wyvill, Anne, Maid of Honour, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, Francis, Receiver General of Land Tax for cos. Durham and York, Commission and securities, 232; grant of in custodiam lease of lands of R. Scarborough in Halifax to, 350.

Y

Yally, George, master of the Betty, 118.

Yard, Edward, Groom of the Jewel Office, 516.

Yarm, co. York, grocer of, 116, 462.

Yarmouth, Earl of. See Paston, William.

Yarmouth, Great, co. Norfolk:

Customers of (Sir Richard Allen, Edmond Anguish, Mr. Norgate), 196.

owners, adventurers and fishermen of, payment to, on their allowance for Excise paid for beer for their North Sea and Herring fishery, 101.

ship of, 393.

Yarn. See Floretta Yarn; Linen Yarn; Spruce Yarn.

Yates, Mistress, issue to, 33, 52.

-, John, proposals by, 127.

-, Nicholas, heirs of, pension granted by Chas. II to, 153, 208, 375.

Yelverton, Susanna, a Maid of Honour, 72, 179, 302, 486.

Yeoman (Yeaman), George, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 230, 311.

Yeomans, John, Lieutenant (Deputy) Governor of Antigua, allowance, 77, 180, out of four and a half per cent, duty, 32.

Yeomen of the Guard. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Yonge. See Young.

York, Archbishop of. See Sharp, John.

York city:

Collector of Excise at, recom mendation for the place of, 466, 469.

Distributor of stamped paper for (W. Thomson, John Stone), 430.

trial of Robert Mann, a notorious highwayman, at, 268.

York Herald (Lawrence Cromp), 226, 531.

Yorke, Henry, Yeoman of the Scalding House, Royal Household, 498.

, Margaret, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Yorkshire:

Crown Land Revenues, Auditor of, matter referred to, 432; Receiver General of (R. Hart), 432.

Earl of Strafford's house in, building of, 294.

estate of Sir T.Gascoigne in, in custodiam lease of, 71, 154.

horse races (Queen's plates), 468, 469; gold cups for, 253.

Land Tax, Acting Commis sioners for, letters to, 142, 252, 461; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Wyvill, Francis.

race horses in and from, 469.

Yorkshire, E.R., inhabitants of, peti tion from, 409; Justices of the Peace of, petition of, 411, 432.

Yorkshire, W.R., tanners and leather dressers of, petition of, 221.

Young (Yonge, Younge), Francis, Commissary of the Ordnance Stores at Lisbon, petitioner, 184.

, John, Master of the Josep, 442.

, John, nominated waiter and searcher at St. Austin Beach, 283.

, John, portioner of Byrehills, lands resigned by, 323.

, Ralph, surveyor of Newcastle port, deceased, 113.

, Robert, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

, Sarah, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, William, payment to, 552.

Younger, Dr. [John, Dean of Salisbury], Clerk of the Closet, Chapel Royal, 506.

Z

Zetland. See Orkney and Shet land.

Zevenhoven, John, a Yeoman Cart taker of the Royal Household, 502.

Zobell, Christopher, lieutenant in Pepper's dragoons, half pay for, 279.