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A

A.B., anonymous letter signed, 319.

Abbington. See Abington.

Abbis, , convicted for murder at West Bromwich, pardon of, 3023.

Abbot (Abbott), John, appointed landwaiter and searcher at Port Glasgow, 666.

-, John, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 466.

-, Richard, lieutenant in Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 48, 604.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 474.

-, Thomas, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 476.

-, William, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 466.

Abendena, Raphael, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 471, 484.

Abercrombie (Abercromby), Alexander, appointed a Commissioner for the Equivalent in Scotland, 342.

-, Sir James, a Commissioner appointed to inspect the demolition of the fortifications and port of Dunkirk, 306, 781, 842.

-, James, captain in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, Patrick, Salt Duties officer at Borrowstounness, appointment, 74; dismissal, 504.

Aberdeen port, Customs boatmen in, 665.

Collector of Customs. See Erskine, R.; Gordon, W.

Comptroller of Customs. See Nicholson, W.; Smith, H.; Stordy, W.

tidesmen in, 88.

tidewaiters at, 89, 415, 416.

Aberdeen University, Professors of, allowance for, 234, 359.

Aberdeen, Bishop of. See Haliburton, George.

Aberdovey, co. Merioneth, port of, waiter and searcher in, 371.

Abernathy, Margaret, pension for, 212, 674.

Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, waiter and searcher at, 371.

Abingdon, co. Berks., Bore Street in, leases of houses in 530, 693, 786; White Hart in, 786.

Abingdon, Earl of. See Bertie, Montagu.

Abington, Abbington, co. Limerick, Barracks in, 607.

Abuses. See Frauds.

Accountants, Public, allowances to, directions concerning, 120.

proceedings against, 32, 63.

Accounts, Public, Commissioners for, 11, 754, 805, 827; appointed to state Army, Navy, Transport and Sick and Wounded debts, 502n.

state of, required, 15, 86.

Acklam, Aclome, co. York, lands in.

lease of, 531.

manor of, lease of, 531, 5756, 638; Land Close, Wood Close, Bunne Garth and Cripson Garth in, 638.

Acourt, John, minister for Barbados, passage money for, 869.

Acres, Jonas, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 471.

Acton, Samuel, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, co. Surrey, dismissed, 96.

Acunha. See Cunha.

Adams, Judith, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

-, Dr. Richard, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, petition referred to, 444; salary of, taxes on, 434.

Adamson, Elizabeth, pensioner in Scotland, 428.

-, Robert, lease of the four prebends in the Collegiate Church of Auckland in trust for, 490, 670.

Adderley, William, appointed distributor of stamped paper for co. Gloucester and city of Bristol, 168.

Adderton, Richard, appointed landsurveyor and tidesurveyor at Ayr, 666.

Addison, Edward, captain in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, John, riding surveyor for the Licensing of Hawkers, Pedlars, etc., 782.

-, Joseph, Keeper of the Records in Birmingham Tower, grant of office, 7767; petition of, 776; salary, 776.

Secretary to the Earl of Sunderland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, letters to, 569, 643.

Secretary to the Lords Justices, 776.

-, -, security for A. Philips, 374.

Additional Impositions. See Customs Duties.

ADMIRALTY, 87, 777.

Agents, 576, 577.

Court, 576.

Register of. See Mowbray, W.; clerk to, payment to, 577.

High Court of, Ireland. See Ireland.

jurisdiction, Galway town's pretence to, 577.

Lord High Admiral, 99, 129, 576.

Council to, 577.

See also George, Prince of Denmark.

Lords, 14, 129, 445.

attend the Treasury, 254, 397.

certificates by, 110.

letters from and to, 263, 283, 315, 871, 872.

matters to be laid before, 269, 273, 555, 657, 662, 842.

orders by, 91, 658660, 725.

salaries, 141, 252, 318, 384, 870.

warrants by, 100, 112.

Office, 110, 128, 720.

salaries of, 38, 276, 278, 299, 384, 807; taxes on, repaid, 10, 181.

passes. See Ships and Shipping.

Rights and Perquisites of, Comptroller and Solicitor of the. See Warters, J.

Receiver of. See Dod, J.

ships seized as, 5767; sales of, 5767.

Seal, 129.

Secretary to, 273. See also Burchet, J.; Pepys, S.

Solicitor. See Warters, J.

Adye, James, officer for the Duties on Hides in the Horsham Division, removed to another collection, 22.

Affidavits, Stamp Duties on, 355.

Africa Company. See Royal Africa Company.

Agmondesham. See Amersham.

Agnew, Andrew, quartermaster in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 599.

Aikenhead, David, appointed Comptroller of Customs at Orkney, 666; appointed Supervisor of the Salt Duties at Orkney, 726.

Aikman, , major, pension of, payments on, 347, 524, 530, 715.

Ailesford. See Aylesford.

Ainger, John, a Commissioner of Bankrupt, 750.

Aird, Aire. See Ayr.

Aislabie (Aselabie, Aisleby, Aislibie, Ayslabie, Ayslaby, Aysleby), John, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 700.

attends, 20, 23, 36, 259, 263, 276, 277, 288, 295, 306, 310.

issues and payments to, 85, 128, 130, 135, 142, 145, 152, 153, 183, 186, 196, 202, 227, 259, 261, 263, 268, 276, 277, 281, 288, 289, 290, 322, 339, 343, 384, 403, 407, 417, 515, 518, 532, 548, 641, 642, 684, 713, 718, 725, 739, 743, 746, 766, 788.

loans to, 304, 518.

memorials, 20, 23, 36, 259, 261, 263, 268, 276, 277, 288.

objects to the transfer of Transports business to the Navy Office, 272.

payments by, 127, 306, 311, 333, 339, 684, 713, 718, 811, 831, 8423.

tallies and orders in his name, assignments of, 281, 294, 298, 306, 81112, 823, 831, 836, 8423.

Aiton, David, appointed a watchman in Alloa port, 74.

Aitoun, Andrew, appointed tidewaiter at Dundee, 666.

Aix-la-Chapelle, [mineral] waters at, 301.

Akie, William, captain in Chudleigh's regiment, half pay for, 47, 605.

Alais (Dalais), Isaac d', Queen Anne's Secretary at the Court of Hanover, his return to England with George I, 401, 515.

mourning charges of, 401, 515, 519.

ordinary of, 164, 165, 515.

pension for, 682.

Alamodes, 658; smuggling of, 744.

Aland, John Fortescue, Solicitor General, appointment, 859.

Albany, New York, Minister of, pension for, 678.

Albemarle, Duke of. See Monck, George.

Albemarle, Earl of. See Keppel, Arnold Joost van.

Albenas, Charles, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 586.

Albert, Fletcher, security for Thomas, Africa Company bonds pawned by, 406; extent against, 406.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Worcester, extent against, 406.

Aldborough. See Aldeburgh.

Aldebert, John, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

Aldeburgh, Aldborough, co. Suffolk, port of, Inspector of Port Books, observations on, 87.

Alderman, John, a lunatic, cure of, and conspiracy against, 728.

Alderney, Island of, Deputies of, petition of, 749.

Duties on goods imported from, 285, 567, 669, 693, 749.

inhabitants of, memorial on behalf of, 669.

Aldingham, co. Lancaster, 462; fishings called the Mayre in, 462.

Aldred, John, re-appointed searcher of Great Yarmouth, 335.

Aldridge, Francis, quartermaster in Wolseley's regiment, half pay for, 594.

Aldworth, , Auditor of the Post Office revenue, 791.

-, William, lessee of houses in Pall Mall Street and Pall Mall Court, 6967.

Ale, Duties on. See ExciseDuties.

Alehouse Licences, Stamp Duties on, 355.

Alexander, Eupham, pensioner in Scotland, 428.

-, Francis, colonel, regiment of, in the Leeward Islands, subsistence for, 61, 92, 132, 225.

-, John, lieutenant in Pepper's regiment, half pay for, 48, 603.

Alexandria, Egypt, Church of, royal bounty for, 519.

Alford, Daniel, agent to sufferers by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, 469, 479, 480.

-, John, agent to a sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 479.

-, Jos., agent to sufferers by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, 469, 479, 480.

Algiers, Argiers, 1734.

Admiral and Principal Sea Officers in, gifts to, 174.

Aga's hekiah, Dragoman of, fees paid to, 175.

Agent and Consul General at. See Cole [R.]; Thompson, S.

Biram, Pasqua of, duties paid at, 173.

Catalgies, fees paid to, 174.

Corban, Pasqua of, duties paid at, 173.

Cryer of the town, fees paid to, 174.

Dey of, attempt on the life of, 174; presents to, 721.

English Chaplain at. See Holme, G.

English Dragoman, fees paid to, 175.

Feather makers, fees paid to, 174.

Hasnadar, the, present to, 174.

Mezeward, the, fees paid to, 175.

Mole (Mold), Captain of, fees paid to, 174.

Moorish Chiauses, fees paid to, 174.

Paikes, fees paid to, 174.

Pashaw (Bashaw), 174; chiaus of, fees paid to, 174; coffee maker of, fees paid to, 175.

Principal Secretaries, fees paid to, 174.

Private Secretary, fees paid to, 174.

Royal House at, Moorish Dragoman in, fees paid to, 174; principal officers in, gifts to, 174.

Secretaries of the Divan, fees paid to, 174.

Shatters, the, fees paid to, 174.

ships trading to, passes for. See Ships and Shipping.

Turks Chiaus, fees paid to, 174.

Watch on the Mountain, fees paid to, 174.

Alicante, 724.

Garrison. See Army.

goods imported from, seized, 242.

Siege of, 529, 724.

Alice Holt Forest, co. Southampton, Chief Ranger and Keeper of, memorial of, 548.

Alienation Office.

annuity out of, 239.

business of, at the Treasury, Clerk dealing with, 31.

clerks in, appointments, 139, 140; fees of, 338, 564.

Commissioners of or Deputies to the Treasury Lords in, appointments, 17, 1389, 553.

Deputy. See Bradshaw, J.

fees of, 338, 563.

letter to, 770.

to attend the Treasury upon summons only, 32.

Fines for Alienations, account of, required, 770.

monthly accounts of, to be rendered, 770.

Receiver General of the revenue of, 770. See also Boyle, Charles, Earl of Orrery.

incidents of, 338.

Master of Chancery attending.

See Freeman, W.

Privy Seal authorising the Treasury Lords to manage the, 12930; fees on passing, 148.

Aliens, lands purchased by, escheated, 181.

Aliens Duties, See CustomsDuties.

Alington, George, surveyor of Chichester port, dismissed, 619.

Alix, Magdalen, French refugee, pension for, 679.

-, Mary, French refugee, pension for, 679.

Allanson, William, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in Scotland, salary, 357.

Allen, Benjamin, appointed Customs boatman at Cley, 773.

-, Jennet, pensioner in Scotland, 429.

-, John, appointed Customer of Bridgwater, 205.

-, -, tidesman in London port, 192.

-, alias Anguish, Sir Richard, Customer of Great Yarmouth port, surrender of office by, 799.

-, William, surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. York, dismissed, 323.

-, See also MacAllen.

Allestree, Henry, appointed distributor of stamps at Derby, 194.

Allies, Subsidies to, arrears of, account of, required, 439.

issues for, 318, 682, 720, 837.

See also Portugal, King of; Treves, Elector of.

Allington, co. Lincoln, Castleward Rent in, lease of, 492, 637, 717.

Allinson, Isaac, appointed a Customs boatman at Ramsgate, 371.

Allmey, Robert, second clerk in the Office for Sick and Wounded, taxes on the salary of, 435.

Allnut (Alnutt), [Thomas], regiment of (36th Foot), pay, subsistence and clothing of, 826.

Alloa, co. Clackmannan, Customs collector at. See Henderson, A.; Robertson, W.

Customs officers at, 73, 74.

Salt Duties collector at. See Robertson, W.

Salt Duties officers and watchmen at, 74, 504, 666, 774.

Allonne (Allome), Abel Tassin d', Secretary to Queen Mary II and William III, pension for, 681.

Almanza, Battle of, 160, 761.

Almases, Almazes. See Delmasas.

Almonds, price of, 242; seized, 242.

Almoners:

Lord Almoner (King's or Queen's Almoner), 336, 711

letters to, 2901, 761.

lodging of, at Whitehall, 727.

payments by, 293, 761.

payments to, 9, 69, 188, 210, 287, 293, 400, 440, 678, 702, 732.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Sub-Almoner (E. Oliver), payments to, 210, 398.

Alms. See Poor; Scotland.

Alnutt. See Allnut.

Altmore, Ulster, Barracks at, maintenance, 607.

Alves, William, Writer of Hornings in Scotland, salary, 358.

Amatis, Abel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

AMBASSADORS:

British, 33, 34.

allowances, Clerk at the Treasury dealing with, 31.

for services after time of recall, 164.

See also (below) ordinaries.

chapels of, furniture, etc., for, 150, 801.

entertainment charges of, 172, 738.

equipage allowances for, 119, 121, 149, 150, 153, 155, 158, 171, 195, 373, 381, 382, 497, 510, 570, 615, 642, 686, 724, 725, 730, 747, 765, 795, 809, 810.

expresses sent by, expense for, 547, 643, 850.

extraordinaries, 30, 1624, 166, 1707, 191, 327, 328, 378, 5135, 547, 571, 642, 643, 667, 708, 71920, 734 9, 824, 8501, 860.

payment of, caveat against, 687.

Regulation of, 171, 172, 175, 328, 571, 643, 7379.

furniture for, 801.

gifts by, 1735, 547, 571, 719.

goods of, directions to Customs officers concerning, 3256, 720, 854.

intelligence, newspapers, Gazettes, etc., expenses of, 1702, 514, 547, 571, 643, 719, 7356, 7389, 850.

mourning charges of, 171, 401, 514, 515, 519, 7359.

ordinaries (allowances, salaries), 30, 119, 121, 149, 150, 153, 155, 158, 1625, 171, 177, 191, 195, 199, 260, 373, 378, 3812, 491, 497, 510, 5135, 5201, 555, 570 1, 6125, 686, 714, 719, 724 5, 727, 730, 7345, 7389, 747, 765, 795, 810, 823, 860; payment of, caveat against, 687.

plate for, 149, 318, 801, 818.

postage, expenses for 170 2, 1745, 514, 547, 571, 643, 719, 735, 736, 738, 739, 850.

privy seals of, fees on passing, 171.

relieving distressed British Subjects, expenses for, 547, 719, 850.

secret service expenses of, 547, 691, 719, 850.

State of, articles for, 150, 801.

stationery, etc., expenses of, 171, 172, 175, 514, 547, 571, 643, 719, 7356, 7389, 850.

travelling, etc., charges of, 1713, 175, 327, 373, 571, 643, 7356, 719.

Foreign, 508.

gold medals for, 7401.

goods, etc., of, 315; directions to Customs officers concerning, 1178, 386, 446, 656, 659, 687, 697, 737, 831.

house hired for, 238, 285, 809 10.

letters from, Clerk at the Treasury dealing with, 31.

plate of, Customs Duties on, 671.

presents for, 500, 535, 543, 6134, 651, 729, 759.

From England to

Algiers, Agent and Consul General. See Cole, R.; Thompson, S.

Antwerp Congress: Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.

See Cadogan, W.

Augsberg, Diet at, Minister. See Whitworth, C.

Baden Congress, Minister and Plenipotentiary. See Whitworth, C.

Barcelona, Resident and Envoy. See Craggs, J.

Berlin, Ambassador. See Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford.

Envoy. See Breton, W.

Secretary. See Wernigk, E.

Brussels, Secretary. See Laws, J.

Coire, Secretary. See Manning, F.

Denmark, King of, Envoy Extraordinary, 139. See also Pulteney, D.

Fez. See (below) Morocco.

France, King of.

Ambassador Extraordinary. See Talbot, Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Dalrymple, John. Earl of Stair; Prior, M.

Secretary. See Crawford, T.

General Peace, Ambassador and Plenipotentiary for the. See Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford.

Geneva, Republic of, Resident. See Ayrolle, James d'.

Genoa, Republic of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Chetwynd, W.; Davanant, W.; Molesworth, J.

Germany, Emperor of:

Ambassador. See Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Peterborough.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Carpenter, G.; Temple, R., Lord Cobham.

Secretary. See Schaub, L.

Grisons, Republic of the, Secretary. See Manning, F.

Hague, The. See Walpole, H.

Hanover, Court of, Secretary. See Alais, I. d'.

Hanse Towns, Envoy Extraordinary. See Wyche, J.

Resident. See Wyche, C.

Holland, Embassy in, Secretary to. See Ayerst, W.

Holstein-Gottorp, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Wyche, J.

Madrid, Court of, Secretary. See Burch, J.

Mecklenburg, Court of. Envoy Extraordinary. See Wyche, J.

Morocco (Fez, Morocco, Taffilet and Sus), Emperor of, Plenipotentiary. See Delaval, G.; Paddon, G.

Netherlands, Plenipotentiary. See Cadogan, W.

Poland, King of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Scott, J.; Vernon, Sir R.

Portugal, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary.

See Methuen, J.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.

See Delaval, G.; Worsley, H.

Prussia, King of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Breton, W.; Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Forfar.

And see (above) Berlin.

Russia, Emperor of, Resident. See Mackenzie, G.

Savoy, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Chetwynd, J.

Spain, King of (Catholic King):

Ambassador Extraordinary. See Benson, R.; Benson, John; Lord Bingley; Methuen, P.

Envoy Extraordinary. See Bubb, G.

Resident or Envoy. See Craggs, J.

And see (above) Madrid.

States General, Ambassador Extraordinary. See Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Cadogan, W.

Sus. See (above) Morocco.

Sweden, Resident. See Jackson, R.; Jeffreys, J.

Swiss Cantons, Envoy Extraordinary. See Stanyan, A.

Secretary and charg d'affaires. See Manning, F.

Tafilet. See (above) Morocco.

Tripoli, Agent and Consul. See Lodington, B.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Davenant, H.; Molesworth, J.

Venice, Republic of, Resident and Secretary. See Cole, C.; Cunningham, A.

To England from

Denmark, Envoy Extraordinary. See Sohlenthal, H. F. von.

Elector Palatine, Envoy Extraordinary. See Efferen, Franz. Graf von; Steingens, D.

Florence, Duke of, Envoy, Extraordinary. See Rinuccini, Marchese.

France, King of, Agent. See Gaultier, A.

Envoy. See Iberville, C. F. de la Donde, Sieur d'.

Genoa, Republic of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Durazzo, Nicolo, Marchese.

Secretary, See Viceti, D. M.

Germany, Emperor of, Minister. See Knigsegg, Count.

Resident. See Hoffmann, J. P.

Hanover, Envoy. See Grote, Thomas, Freiherr von.

Resident. See Kreienberg, C. F.

Holland, Agent. See Saulnieres, R L'Hermitage de.

Holstein-Gottorp, Envoy.

See Gyllenborg, Count.

Minister. See Petkum, H.

Mainz, Elector of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Schonborn, Count von.

Modena, Envoy Extraordinary. See Guicciardi, Count.

Morocco, Emperor of, Ambassador. See Zary, Don B. de; servant to. See Cook, R.

Muscovy, Czar of, Ambassador (Envoy Extraordinary, Minister), house hired for, rent, repairs, etc., of, 238, 285, 80910.

See also Naryskin, S. G.; Kurakin, Prince; Schack, Freiherr von.

Parma, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Gazola, Count.

Poland, Elector of Saxony as King of, Ambassador (Envoy Extraordinary).

See Nostitz, Count von.

Resident. See Elorme, C. P. d'.

Portugal, King of, Envoy Extraordinary (Minister) payment to, 285. See also Cunha Brochado, Don. J. da.

Prussia, King of, Resident.

See Bonet de St. Germain, A. L. F.

Savoy, Duke of. See (below) Sicily.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of, Minister. See Hallungius, J.

Saxony, Elector of. See (above) Poland.

Sicily, Duke of Savoy as King of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Trivie, Marches Wicardel di.

Spain, Ambassador and Plenipotentiary. See Montelon, Marqus de.

States General, Ambassadors Extraordinary. See Borssele van der Hooge, A. van; Duivenvoorde, Arent Wassenaer heer van.

Envoy, memorial from, 17. See also Vrijbergen, M. van.

Sweden, Minister. See Gyllenbourg, Carl, Graf.

Treves, Elector of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Beveren, Hermann, freiherr von.

Tripoli, Envoy Extraordinary, allowance to, for lodging and diet, 382.

expenses of his journey from Plymouth to London, 382.

goods of, duties on, and admission of prohibited goods, 315.

horses presented to George I by, 382.

See also Sale, A.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of, Secretary. See Pucci, V.

Venice, Ambassador. See Tron, C. N.

Wolfenbuttel, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Imhoff, R. C., Freiherr von.

Ambrose, Laurence, Receiver General of Taxes for Berkshire, appointments and securities, 58, 622.

extraordinary charges of, 823.

petition of, against J. Shermer, 2967, 755, 778.

-, Thomasin, affidavit of, 778.

America:

hemp in, raising and curing of, 777.

Naval stores from, 542, 777.

North, Surveyor General of Customs in. See Birchfield, M.; Heathcot, C.

South, Surveyor General of Customs in. See Birchfield, M.; Keith, W.

tar making in, 777.

woods in, preservation of, 542.

Surveyor of. See Bridger, J.

wrecks, flotsam, jetsam, etc., in, grants of, 281, 570, 634, 859.

See also Albany; Annapolis; Antigua; Bahama Islands; Barbados; Bermudas; Canada; Carolina; Jamaica; Leeward Islands; Maryland; Massachusetts Bay; Nevis; New England; New York; Newfoundland; Nova Scotia; Pennsylvania; St. Christopher; Virginia; West Indies.

Amersham, Agmondesham, co. Buckingham, Leather Duties officers at, 852.

Amias, Thomas, payment to, 188.

Amsterdam, coals exported to, 101.

English Church at. Minister of, pension for, 678.

tin at, account of, required, 515; loans on, 292.

Ancaster, Duke of. See Bertie, Robert.

Andat, John, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589.

Anderson, Andrew, Enroller of the Property Roll in Scotland, salary, 358.

-, Anna, pensioner in Scotland, 429.

-, Bessie, pensioner in Scotland, 429.

-, Edward, riding surveyor from Newcastle to Newbiggen, 192.

-, Isabel, pensioner in Scotland, 429.

-, John, Quartermaster in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, William, Customs boatman at Seaton Sluice, superannuated, 487.

-, -, Salt Duties officer in Prestonpans collection, 74; dismissed, 504.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 469.

Anderton, Mary, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

Andirons, 834, 835.

Andover, co. Southampton, seditious practices at, prosecution for, 302.

Andrews, , house of, near Marylebone Street, 698.

-, Sir Francis, letter from, concerning Lady Petre's luggage, 612.

-, Henry, Court Post, surrender of office, 344, 400.

-, Hester, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 483.

-, Joseph, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Scotland, appointment, 829; instructions to, 308, 830.

-, Mary, widow, petition for the innovation of a lost Lottery order, 649.

-, Richard, clerk in the Excise Comptroller's Office, salary, 655.

-, -, lieutenant in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 601.

Angerton Moss, co. Lancaster, pasture called, 462.

Angey Fee. See Spalding.

Angier, Centurion, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589.

-, Samuel, payment to, for rooms added to the Post Office, 443.

-, Thomas, payment to, for rooms added to the Post Office, 778.

Anglesey, county of, 412.

assessments, Receiver General of. See Caswall, Jam.; Caswall, John; Hampton, R.; Vaughan, C.

Chancellor and Chamberlain of. See Bulkeley, Richard, Viscount Bulkeley of Cashel; Warburton, T.

Crown Revenues in, Receiver of. See Howorth, H.

House Duties in, Receiver General of. See Caswall, J.; Hampton, R.

surveyor of. See Jones, W.

Judges of. See Comberbatch, R.; Jessop, W.; Meyricke, J.

Anglesey, Earl of. See Annesley, Arthur.

Anguish, Mary. See Page.

-, Sir Richard. See Allen.

Aniseeds, price of, 242; seized, 242.

Anna Sophia, daughter of Frederick III of Denmark and widow of John George III, Elector of Saxony, residence of, 172.

Annandale, Marquess of. See Johnston, William.

Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Army at.

See Army.

Governor of, letter to, concerning ships passes to Algiers, 128.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Caulfield, T.

minister of. See Harrison, J.

Anne, Princess, apartment of, at St. James's, furniture for, 853.

Anne, Queen, 641.

Civil List of. See Civil List.

Civil List allowance of, whilst Princess of Denmark, 566.

clothing, etc., bills of, 94.

Coronation of, medals distributed at, 87.

funeral of, 491.

charge of, 380; account of, required, 296; in the Wardrobe, 260; in the Office of Works, 269, 550.

cloth, boards, etc., used at, grant of, 7.

heraldic designs, etc., for, 784, 8489.

Lord Marshal's letters, etc., on, 8489.

goods of, claimed by the Duchess of Somerset as Groom of the Stole, 237, 375.

grants, etc., by, 138, 147, 151, 189, 192, 194, 197, 203, 210, 236, 238, 242, 246, 323, 327, 343, 350, 373, 376, 398, 418, 440, 561, 626, 640, 683, 692, 694, 759, 762, 777, 821.

house at Windsor bought by, 196.

Household of. See Royal Household.

loan by, 827.

mourning for, 64, 375, 401, 5145, 519, 544, 628, 659, 7359, 774, 815.

personal estate of, caveat to prevent Lady Frances Knightley from administering, 98, 451.

picture of, 238.

plates for horse-racing given by, 178.

private pensions of. See Pensions.

Privy Purse of. See Privy Purse.

promises of, relating to the building of Blenheim, 344.

Robes of. See Robes.

servants of. See Chamber, Treasurer of; Royal Household: and under their various offices.

will of, clause in, for the distribution of alms, Treasury Lords report to the King on, 336.

Annesley (Annesly), Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, re-grant of offices of Vice Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of the Revenues, Profits and Casualties in Ireland, 242.

-, Francis, a pretended executor to Sir W. Robinson, prosecuted, 450.

-, Richard, ensign in Windsor's regiment, half pay for, 602.

Annuitants, names of. See Pensions.

ANNUITIES:

1692 (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3) on the 9d. per barrell Excise for 99 years, Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

orders, lost, innovation of, 221, 418, 797.

surplus of the Fund for, application of, 610.

1694 (as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20) on the Two Sevenths of 9d. per barrell Excise, Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

orders, lost, innovation of, 221, 418, 797.

16941699 (as by 67 Wm. and Mary, c. 5; 78 Wm. III, c. 2; 9 Wm. III, c. 5; 910 Wm. III, c. 24 and 1112 Wm. III, c. 8), Reversionary, tallies and orders for, in the Navy Treasurer's hands, accounts of, required, 123, 259; assigned to suc-, ceeding Treasurer, 281, 641.

1703 (as by 23 Anne, c. 3) on 3,700l. per week Excise, Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

1704 (as by 34 Anne, c. 2) on 3,700l. per week Excise, Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

1705 (as by 45 Anne, c. 18), Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

1707 (as by 6 Anne, c. 2), Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

surplus of the Fund for, account of, 610; application of, 610.

1708 First Act (6 Anne, c. 39), Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

Fund for, application towards making good the, 610.

1708 Second Act (6 Anne, c. 48), Exchequer Receipt fees in respect of, 1267.

1710 (as by 8 Anne, c. 12), issue out of contributions, 307.

1715 (6 per cent., as by 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 12), 737.

contributions for, deficiency of, method to be adopted in supplying, 291.

discount of 8 per cent. for prepayment or prompt payment, 291.

issue out of, 307.

second instalment, enquiry as to amount received, 306, 824.

proposal by the Bank Directors that Stock should be made as easily transferable as Bank of England Stock, 284.

Receiver of. See Madox, T.

1715 (5 per cent., as by 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 19 and 21), 292, 298.

contributions for, accounts of, mentioned, 288; called for, 306, 763, 824.

deficiency of, method to be adopted in supplying, 291.

discount of 8 per cent. for prepayment or prompt payment, 291.

issues out of, 288, 289, 290, 293, 299, 300, 304, 307, 311, 313, 316, 725, 739, 743, 745, 746, 747, 766, 774, 775, 802, 811, 841.

Receiver of, 299. See also Madox, T.

Bankers and other Patentees', 3 per cent., Act (23 Anne, c. 9), regulating the paying and assigning, 387, 750.

assignments of, 7502.

payment of, 3867, 74950.

Ansley, Andrew, quartermaster in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 48, 605.

Anstis, , and the Tin affair, 5, 10, 81, 271, 328, 399.

-, John, payment to, for printing, etc., 408.

Anstruther, John, appointed land carriage waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 503.

Anthony, Thomas, carpenter to the Admiral in the Mediterranean, 630, 632.

Antigua, Assembly of, 453.

Governor of. See Douglas, W.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Byam, E.; Yeomans, J.

ministers for. See Simpson, J.; Stockar, P.

prosecutions for high treason at, 450.

witnesses of the murder of, Colonel Park from, 452.

Antonie, Alexander, a searcher of Sandwich port, 206.

-, Mark, re-appointed a searcher of Sandwich port, 206.

Antonison, Ro., expenses of his clothing, etc., at Algiers and his voyage to Gibraltar, 173.

Antram, Joseph, clock and watchmaker to the King, allowance, 507, 732.

Antrim, Samuel, lieutenant, pension of, out of Army contingencies, 351.

Antwerp, 643.

Congress at, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Cadogan, W.

Apothecaries, 238, 757.

Dutch, lodging of, at St. James's, 763.

in Ordinary to the King (Queen). See Chase, J.; Malthus, D.

See also Chelsea Hospital; Royal Household; Scotland.

Appia, Cyprian, pension of, 217, 678.

-, Paul, pension of 217, 678.

Appleford, Richard, payment to, for hose for Queen Anne, 94.

Appleton, John, of London, corn factor, petition of, concerning Customs fine, 684.

Appleyard, John, appointed waiter and searcher at Boston, 534.

Apprentices (and Clerks) Duties, 355, 835.

Office, salary bill, 101, 244, 770.

order of loan on, lost, 492.

Arabic, Professors. See Cambridge University; Oxford University. students in, allowance for, 210, 400, 440.

Aran, Thomas, a Commissioner of the Salt Duties, 194.

Arbuthnot (Arbuthnott), Robert, an Auditor of the King's Revenues, Aids, Taxes and Casualties in Scotland, reappointment, 326; salary, etc., 233, 357.

-, -, commander of the Customs smack at Ilfracombe, dismissed, 533.

-, William, appointed tidesman at Aberdeen, 88.

Archbald. See Archibald.

Archbold (Archbould), Ralph, Deputy Comptroller of Customs at Stranraer, appointed a Salt Duties officer, 89.

-, -, appointed a land surveyor and tidesurveyor at Dunbar, 666.

-, William, Salt Duties officer, pardoned for manslaughter, 635.

Archer, John, captain in major general Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

-, Samuel, Customs boatman at Inchmarnock and Point of Ayr, 774.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of Customs in Newcastle port, appointment, 110; salary, 366.

-, -, Groom Porter, salary, 506, 732.

Archibald (Archbald), Ralph, Salt Duties officer in Prestonpans collection, 74; transferred to Customs, 504.

Arcy. See D'Arcy.

Ardagh, Bishopric of. See Kilmore and Ardagh.

Ardes, John, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 48, 602.

Ardmannock, Lordship of, Collectors of, 723. See also Mackenzie, G.

Crown Rents of, pension payable out of, 231.

Few Duties, Blanch Duties, etc., payable to the King as Superior of the, pension granted out of, 723.

King's Chamberlains of, 723.

Areskine. See Erskine.

Argall, William, clerk in the Excise Comptroller's Office, salary, 655.

Argiers. See Algiers.

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, John.

Arilliers, Mary D', French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 587.

Arklow [co. Wicklow], barracks in, 606.

Arlington, Countess of. See FitzRoy, Isabella, Dowager Duchess of Grafton.

Armagh, co. Armagh, Barracks at, 608.

Armagh, Archbishop of. See Lindsay, Thomas.

Armand, Louis, lieutenant in the Count de Paulen's regiment, pension of, on the Irish establishment, 329, 561, 589.

Armistoun. See Cockburn, A.

Armitrading, John, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

Armourers. See OrdnanceIreland.

Armoury Mill. See Greenwich.

Arms: bought in Holland for the King's use, 844.

seized in Scotland, 93, 96, 98.

shipped to South Carolina, 770, 798.

See also Army; Army Ireland; Marines; Ordnance.

Arms, Chief Engraver of. See Engravers.

Armstoun. See Dundas, Sir R.

Armstrong (Armstronge), John, colonel, appointed Chief Engineer of the King's Garrisons, Castles, Forts, Blockhouses and other Fortifications in Great Britain, 189.

a Commissioner appointed to inspect the demolition of the fortifications and port of Dunkirk, 306, 781, 842.

sent to Holland to meet George I, 781.

-, Katherine, pension of, 214, 673.

-, Mary, pension of, 214, 673.

-, Peter, petition of, for remission of a Customs fine, 660.

ARMY:

Abroad:

arrears of, issue for, 127.

pay and clearings of, 645.

Paymaster of. See ArmyPaymasters.

abuses in, anonymous letter concerning, 227.

Accounts, Comptrollers of, 502.

examination of Army debts by, 63, 1234, 502n., 572, 839.

letter to, 389, 566, 634, 706, 707, 783, 854.

Office of, in Privy Garden, 201, 205; contingencies, 180.

petitions referred to, 340, 822.

reports by, 85, 102, 151, 166, 179, 186, 200, 201, 205, 408, 624, 707, 866.

to attend the Treasury upon summons only, 32.

accoutrements, 131, 413, 658, 706.

contracts for, 634, 783.

lost, 201.

prices of, 783.

Acts of Parliament for the better regulating the Forces and for their payment and quarters, printed copies of, 549, 802.

Additional Forces:

contingencies, 865.

embarkation expenses, 265.

issues, etc., on account of the 265, 754l. 1s. 6d. voted for (anno 1715), 287, 288, 3112, 688, 695, 718, 742, 775, 802, 8123, 864, 865.

levy money, 311, 718, 775, 8123, 864.

pay of, 287, 688, 718, 865.

provisions for, 865.

subsistence, 311, 695, 742, 775, 802, 812, 864, 865.

transportation expenses, 865.

Adjutant General. See Graham, M.

adjutants, rate of pay of, 354, 591.

agents to regiments and independent companies, 23, 50, 154, 209, 321, 350; enquiry as to, and their securities, 315.

Alicante Garrison, Governor of. See Richards, .

provisions supplied to, debts due for, 425, 438; lost, 425.

Annapolis, Nova Scotia (Garrison and Independent Companies).

Agent and Paymaster to. See Mulcaster, J.

Agents for. See Gordon, Lynn, .

Agent Victualler. See Borland, J.

carts hired for, 490.

clothing of, 490, 706.

Commissary of Musters, none there, 389.

debts on account of, 805.

detachments sent to, 201.

firing of the Garrison, charges of, 490.

Governor of the Garrison. See Caulfield, T.

muster rolls, defective, 389, 425.

officers of, advances to, 490, 621; subsistence, 621.

pay of, 425, 490, 621.

provisions sent to, bills drawn for, 389.

respits of, payment out of, 167.

subsistence, 132, 180, 225, 38990, 621.

supply of money to, enquiry re, 525.

vote for, issues on account of, 132, 180, 225, 255, 353, 455.

arms, 706, 707.

arrears. See ArmyDebts.

Bermudas Forces (Independent Company).

pay of, 5734.

subsistence, 132, 180, 225.

vote for, issues on account of, 132, 180, 225, 255, 353, 455.

Bounty money, 627.

bread and bread waggons, contractors, debts due to, 86, 243, 274, 277, 572, 573, 807.

business at the Treasury, days appointed for dealing with, 31, 32.

Canada, Expedition in 1711: accounts, 706.

arms, clothing and accoutrements, account of, required, 389.

Commissary of. See Nettmaker, .

distribution of and contracts for, copies of papers relating to, 7056.

lost, 201, 706.

payment for, 707.

bills drawn for, 253, 341, 682.

Commander in Chief. See Hill, J.

men lost in the St. Lawrence, 2001, 706.

officers of, petitions of, 201, 341.

Paymaster of, See Arnott,.

recruiting charges, 2001.

regiments with, 200.

stores, 707; brought home, disposal of, 707.

subsistence, 201.

captains, rates of pay of, 354, 5901.

Captains General, pay of, 180, 519.

Catalonia:

horses for, 630.

Palatine Troops, extraordinary charge of, 17, 119; transportation charges from Italy, 17, 119.

payment of, instructions for, 22.

Chaplains, 4749, 597605; rate of pay of, 354, 5901.

Chelsea Hospital. See Chelsea.

Chirurgeons. See Army Surgeons.

clearings, 11, 16, 23, 79, 119, 145, 252, 315, 385, 426.

clothing, 98, 130, 131, 308, 316, 317, 389, 401, 413, 456, 461, 490, 516, 520, 620, 671, 692, 705, 818, 825, 852, 865, 866.

contractors (clothiers), payments to, 15, 50 1, 252, 386.

contracts, 634, 7056, 783.

General Officers for Inspecting and Regulating, 413.

lost, 201.

prices of, 783.

to pass duty free into and out of Ireland, 440, 6501, 840.

coals for, 545, 573.

colonels, rates of pay of, 354, 5901. See also ArmyRegiments.

colours, 671.

Commissaries of Provisions, accounts of, auditing, 790.

Commissary General of Musters. See ArmyMusters.

Commissary General of Stores and Provisions. See Burroughs, W.

conduct money, advances by Receivers General of Taxes for, 545.

contingencies, 68, 114, 133, 180, 308, 317, 350, 635, 644, 812, 813, 836, 864.

bills drawn for, 311; payment of, directions for, 305.

warrants for, 282; countersigning, 257.

corn for, 573.

cornets, rates of pay of, 590.

corporals, rates of pay of, 5901.

debentures, 122, 646.

Debts or arrears:

accounts of, required, 3, 63.

Commissioners for taking and stating, 501n.

allowances, 869.

incidents, 843.

letter to, 863.

demands for, 7, 815.

examination and stating of, 3, 63, 179; enquiry as to, 5001.

House of Commons and, 3, 5001.

papers relating to, schedule of, 856.

Referees of, appointments, 5012n.

letters to, 1789, 5001.

matters referred to, 89, 94, 124, 151, 158, 166, 179, 208, 219, 243, 341, 385, 408, 425, 438, 807.

reports by, 251, 271, 273, 572, 839.

warrants to, 63, 123 4.

Votes for, 7, 63, 500n.

issues and payments on account of, 82, 1789, 207, 264, 271, 2735, 277, 313, 341, 501n, 5723, 682, 720, 837, 839; account of, required, 305, 815.

remainders of, account of, required, 305, 815.

Denia Garrison, bread, etc., supplied to, debt due for, 438.

desertions, 201. See also ArmyMutiny.

disbanding. See ArmyRegiments.

dragoons, rate of pay of, 590.

drummajors, rate of pay of, 591.

drummers, rate of pay of, 5901.

Dunkirk Garrison, furniture, fire and candle supplied to, 4001.

General Staff Officers, pay of, 8, 64, 456.

Vote, issues on account of, 54, 64, 79, 92, 114, 136.

Dutch Forces in Great Britain, arms for, 313, 821.

contingent charges of, 317, 8212, 865.

embarkation charges of, 305, 317, 865.

officers goods to pass Customs, 836.

pay, 305, 317, 865.

provisions for, 311, 317, 821, 865.

subsistence, 312, 317, 865.

tents for, 821.

their march to Edinburgh, 312.

transportation charges, 317, 821, 865.

ensigns, rates of pay of, 354, 591.

establishment, exceedings on the, 259, 315.

estimates, 315, 396.

Field Officers, rates of pay of, 5901.

Flanders (Low Countries), 222, 561.

accounts, 316.

advances for, 204.

Artillery Train, 400.

bread and bread waggons for, debts due for, 572; payments for, 274, 277.

clearings, 79.

contingencies, 114.

Deputy Paymaster of, allowances, 224. See also Cartwright, H.; Moor, T.

establishment, compared with that of Ireland, 539.

forage for, debts due for, 264, 572; payments for, 274, 277.

Foreign Troops, accounts of arrears due to, required, 258, 305, 813.

fraud in the payment of, 269.

General and Staff Officers, subsistence and pay, 8, 64.

Hanover Troops, arrears due to, 82, 179; forage debts due for, 274, 573.

Holstein Troops, forage, debt due for, 274, 572; pay of, 179, 204.

hospitals, medicines, etc., supplied to, 274, 573; physician to. See Wilson, D.

Paymaster of. See Fox,

subsistence, 54, 64, 92, 266, 695, 775, 802, 813, 864.

troops from, 86; clearings, 16, 119; colonels of, memorial, 68; pay of, 68, 287, 688; subsistence, 16, 20, 119, 312, 695, 775, 813; transport charges, 179, 839, 864; vote for, issues on account of, 287, 688.

votes for, issues on account of, 54, 79, 92, 114, 136, 266, 312, 518, 695, 743, 775, 802, 813, 864.

Walloon Dragoons, forage, debt due for, 274, 572; pay of, 179, 204.

forage, 49, 86, 179, 255, 264, 274, 277, 314, 352, 408, 572, 657, 863.

French Regiments. See ArmyIreland, Regiments.

General Officers, Board of, matters referred to, 222, 437.

pay of, 180, 312, 317, 519, 865; whilst prisoners of war, 220.

See also ArmyDunkirk; Flanders; Ireland.

Gibraltar (Forces and Garrison), 318.

charge of, estimate of, required, 315.

coals supplied to, 274, 573, 813.

Commissary of Stores, 806. See also Conduit, J.

contingencies, 9, 68, 133, 266, 813.

Deputy Paymaster of, allowances, 224.

Governor of, 25, 271, 315, 412, 806; pay of, 9, 68, 136.

Lieut. Governor of, 222, 813, 814, 866. See also Congreve, .

officers of, pay of, 20, 68, 133, 136, 299; servants of, pay of, 317, 865.

officers of, in England, pay of, 9, 317.

regiments reduced, 274, 573.

remittances for, 8; proposal for, accepted, 284.

stores, sold, 315.

strength of, 25.

subsistence and pay of, 89, 68, 133, 266, 274, 299, 813, 865; stoppages out of, 695.

victualling of, 25, 283, 315, 742, 788, 814, 822.

bills drawn for, 25, 2212, 267, 270, 278, 540.

complaints as to, 298, 6978, 801, 806, 871.

contracts for, 25, 34; terms of, 412.

contractor. See Missing, F.

proposals for, 138, 183, 251, 253, 378, 388, 407.

provisions sent, 115, 154, 158, 270, 271, 274, 550, 6978, 806, 814, 822.

rate per man, 412.

ships carrying, Admiralty protection for, 658, 659, 6601.

votes for, issues on account of, 9, 68, 133, 136, 266, 299, 353, 391, 455, 517, 695, 743, 775, 813, 865.

Guards and Garrisons:

clearings, 23.

clothing, 15.

contingencies, 317, 519, 645, 812, 855; allowances out of, 10, 83, 167, 180, 221, 556, 821.

debt of, account of, required, 177.

Engineer, Chief, of Garrisons, grant of office of, 189.

establishment of, 114, 254; mistake in, 563; signed by the King, 419.

estimates, 254, 855.

fire and candle for, 61.

moneys imprested for, unapplied, account of, required, 1, 40, 177.

pay of, 61, 180, 519, 645.

Paymaster of. See Army, Paymasters.

subsistence, 601, 92, 132, 182, 262, 265, 273, 286, 311, 749, 775, 802, 812.

votes for, issues, etc., on account of, 6, 60 1, 92, 132, 180, 182, 208, 225, 255, 262, 265, 273, 286, 308, 311, 353, 390, 455, 517, 519, 532, 658, 661, 688, 742, 743, 749, 775, 802, 812, 8646.

half pay. See ArmyIreland; ArmyOfficers.

Hanover Troops. See Army Flanders.

hautboys, rate of pay of, 590.

Holstein Troops. See Army Flanders.

horses, 658.

contract for grass for, rate of, 352.

duty on, on importation from Ireland, 744.

lost, 352.

purchased, 286, 688, 812.

hospitals, debt due to, 179.

See also ArmyFlanders; ArmyIreland.

Independent Companies. See ArmyPlantations.

Invalids, Companies of, brandy for, 354.

clearings, 286, 688.

clothing and accoutrements of, 308, 317, 634, 783, 818, 865, 866.

at Greenwich, 52, 239, 822.

officers of, creditors of, memorial of, 11, 219; memorials, 11, 86, 219, 239, 627.

pay of, 61, 92, 182, 354, 519, 822.

at Portsmouth, 239, 354.

raised, 311.

from Spain, 438.

subsistence, 311, 354, 688, 775, 812.

tobacco for, 354.

votes for, issues on account of, 286, 308, 688, 866.

Ireland, 99.

Adjutant-General, pay of, 590.

Aides-de-Camp, pay of, 58990.

ammunition for, 392.

arms for, 316, 392.

Artillery Train. See Ordnance, Ireland.

Barracks, Barrack masters, 608; salaries, 606, 608.

bedding, sheeting, curtains, etc., allowances and contracts for maintenance, 606, 608, 609.

coals for, measurement of, 608.

contingencies, allowance for, 606, 609.

empty, allowances for watching, 606, 609.

Establishment of the annual charge of maintaining, upholding, etc., 6069.

firing and candle, allowance for, 606, 609.

Inspectors of, salaries, 608.

list of, 6068.

Office, in Dublin, 609; clerks, etc., in, allowances, 609.

Overseers of, 608.

Register of, salary, 609.

rent of ground for, 609.

repairs to, allowance for, 608; contracts for, 608.

Surveyor General of, allowance for clerk and stationery, 608.

trenchers for, earthenware, allowance for, 608.

Battle Axe Guards, Captain of. See Southwell, W.

clothing for, 64, 520.

establishment, 591.

Brigadier Generals, pay of, 590.

Chirurgeon General. See ArmyIreland, Surgeon General.

clothing, 392, 6501; to pass Duty free, 440, 650.

contingencies, 392, 590, 609.

estimate of the charge of, required, 253.

Establishment, 579, 589 609.

Half Pay. See ArmyIreland, Officers.

insertion, 699.

mistakes in, rectified, 6945.

pensions on. See Army Ireland, Pensions.

regiments on. See ArmyIreland, Regiments.

General Officers, pay of, 58990, 609.

Guards and Garrisons, fire and candle for, 590, 593, 609.

Governors of, pay of, 593, 609.

Lieut. Governors, pay of, 593.

gun carriages for, 392.

Half Pay. See Army Ireland, Officers.

Horse Guard stables, rent of, 590.

Hospitals, deductions from pay for, 828; sick, etc., soldiers in, allowance for, 584.

incidents, allowance for, 590, 609.

Judge Advocate General, pay of, 590.

Lieut. General, pay of, 589. See also Wharton, Marquess of.

Major Generals, pay of, 590.

Musters, Clerk of the Cheque, 606; allowances, 590.

Deputy Commissaries, pay of, 590.

Muster Master General, 606.

allowances, 590.

Deputy. See Sherigly, F.

See also Pennefather, M.

Officers, 257, 422.

Half Pay, 329, 356.

abuses in, 606.

establishment, 469, 594 606, 609; insertions, 561, 562, 811; mistake in, 434.

warrant for, 3.

pay of, difference between England and Irish rates, petition for, 457.

pay, additional for duty in Dublin, 593, 609; difference between England and Irish rates, allowed, 8445.

Paymaster of, accounts of, Commissioners of, 800. See also Harbord, W.

pensions, 352, 386, 609.

establishment, 593 4; mistakes in, rectified, 6945.

grantees to reside in Ireland, 594.

warrant for payment of, pending new Establishment, 694.

Physician General, pay of, 590.

Provost Marshal General, pay of, 590.

Quartermaster General, pay of, 590.

recruits for, 848.

Reformed Officers. See ArmyIreland, Officers, Half Pay.

regiments on the Establishment of, 151, 200, 209, 269, 274, 418, 440, 442, 457, 5389, 573, 651, 8289, 844.

disbanded, 3, 479, 594605.

establishments, 590 1.

French, disbandment, 561.

leaving, 311, 696, 759, 775, 802, 812, 830, 8401, 853, 865.

Roman Catholic Officers, solicitations of, 70.

subsistence, 566.

in advance, 442.

rate of, difference between English rate and, allowed, 186, 200, 209, 457, 5389, 624, 827 9.

Surgeon (Chirurgeon) General, pay of, 590.

Italy, Saxe Gotha Troops in, arrears of pay of, 412.

Jamaica, Forces (Independent Companies) at, 61.

subsistence, 225.

vote for, anno 1714, issue on account of, 132, 225, 255, 353, 455.

Judge Advocate General, Deputy at Placentia. See Hodges, T. See also Army Ireland.

kettledrummers, clothing of, 456; rate of pay of, 590.

Leeward Islands, subsistence, 132, 225; vote for, anno 1714, issues on account of, 132, 225, 255, 353, 455.

levy money, 201, 287, 288, 311, 340, 658, 661, 688, 695, 718, 742, 775, 858, 864; rates of, per man, 658, 8123.

Liege Bishopric, Prussian Troops in, debt due for forage, 274, 572.

lieutenant colonels, rates of pay of, 354, 5901.

lieutenants, rates of pay of, 354, 5901.

Limburg, Duchy of, Prussian Troops in, debt due for forage, 274, 572.

Lisbon, Forces at. See Army Portugal.

Low Countries, Forces in. See ArmyFlanders.

majors, rates of pay of, 354, 5901.

Marine Regiments. See Marines.

medicines for, 274, 573.

Minorca. Forces and Garrisons in:

contingencies, 9, 68, 133, 266, 300.

corn seized for, 250.

Deputy Paymaster of, allowances, 224.

Governor of, pay of, 9, 68, 136, 734. See also Durand, .

Lieut. Governor, 341; pay of, 734.

officers of, pay of, 9, 20, 68, 133, 136, 299; petition of, 341; servants of, pay of, 341, 865.

regiments reduced, 341.

subsistence, 9, 68, 132, 266, 299, 300, 865.

stoppages out of, 695.

votes for, issues, etc., on account of, 9, 68, 132, 136, 255, 266, 299, 300, 353, 391, 455, 517, 695, 743, 865.

money orders for, unsatisfied, certificate required, 40.

mules, allowances for, 529.

Musters, 50, 2001, 307, 538 9, 824, 825.

Act relating to, 858.

commissaries of, 389, 830.

Commissary General of, deputies, subsistence of, 225; letters to, 307, 824, 825; subsistence of, 225.

defective, 389, 425.

false, Walpole's letter to Argyll concerning, 857 8.

See also ArmyIreland; ArmyScotland.

Mutiny and Desertion, Acts (1, Geo. I, St. 2, c. 34 and 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 9) for better preventing, printed copies of, 684, 8023.

New York, Forces (Independent Companies) at:

Agent to. See Strahan, A.

pay of, respits deducted from, 322.

subsistence, 61, 92, 132, 225.

vote for, anno, 1714, issues on account of, 132, 180, 225, 255, 353, 455.

Nieuport, Artillery Train, 554, 626.

commander of. See Preston, George.

Town Adjutant, See Colvill, C.; Gilchrist, J.

Town Major. See Preston, R.

non-effective money, 200, 858.

Officers on Half Pay, 2, 784, 861.

accounts of payments for, required, 650.

list of, required, 20, 137.

ordered upon service, full pay, etc., for, 5, 12, 14, 51, 52, 86, 104, 293, 312, 317, 3545, 840, 864.

petition for, 115.

votes for, issues on account of, 5, 9, 10, 36, 51, 69, 104, 226, 227, 255, 273, 293, 307, 312, 317, 378, 661, 775, 840, 864.

See also ArmyIreland.

Officers pay, arrears of, 21, 94, 124, 151, 158, 166, 208, 274, 276; rates of. See Army under the various ranks.

Officers, servants of, 317, 341, 865.

Officers, widows of, fund for the relief of, 819; pension for, 819.

Officers, wounded, allowance for, 221, 222.

offreckonings, 15, 41, 50, 69, 252, 315, 386; assignments of, sold by a debtor to the Crown, petitions, reports, etc., concerning, 13, 37, 69, 86, 989, 117, 130, 145, 186, 3889, 4012, 4134, 557.

Palatine Troops. See Army Catalonia.

Pay: deductions, stoppages, etc., from, 116, 208, 645, 688, 827, 852.

differences between English and Irish rates of, 8445.

Office, incident charges, 827: officers and clerks of, salaries, 827.

rates of. See Armyunder the various ranks.

respits on, 2001, 322, 408, 858.

Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, accounts 20; issues to, 104; memorial of, 7.

See also Brydges, James, Earl of Carnarvon; Moor, T.

Paymaster-General of Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, 303, 308, 505, 572, 822, 839.

bills drawn on, 305, 311, 785, 811.

business of, at the Treasury, days appointed for, 20, 32; clerk dealing with, 30.

Deputy, at Edinburgh, 314. See also Merryll, Sloper, .

directions to, 20, 43, 291, 305, 306.

issues to, 36, 281, 291, 657.

loans by, 281.

loans to, 284, 433.

paymaster General of Guards, Garrisons, etc.cont.

payments by, 306, 657; warrants for, directions concerning, 282.

petitions referred to, 438.

report by, 863.

See also Howe, J.; Clinton, Henry, Earl of Lincoln; Jones, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh; Walpole, R.

pensions, 83, 3501, 6745, 677. See also Army Guards and Garrisons, Contingenciesallowances; ArmyIreland.

Physician General. See Army Ireland.

physicians, 417.

pipers, rate of pay of, 591.

Placentia Garrison, Agent and Paymaster of. See Foreman, C.; Thurston, J.; Vezian, A.

bill drawn for, 313.

clothing, 461; want of, 852.

Independent Companies, four, 821.

issues for, 61, 132, 180, 225, 255, 353, 455.

Judge Advocate, Deputy.

See Hodges, T.

pay, 4; stoppages out of, 852.

provisions for, 4, 545, 57, 61, 180, 461, 794, 832; ill practices of Col. Moody in disposing of, 862.

respits, charge on, 821.

starving, 852.

state of, enquiry into, ordered, 852, 862.

subsistence, 4, 57, 132, 832, 852.

transports to, 496, 761, 817; report on owners' petition for extra money, 7925.

Plantations, subsistence, 273, 286, 317, 688, 749, 775, 864.

votes for, issues, etc., on account of, 57, 61, 92, 273, 286, 517, 532, 661, 688, 742, 743, 749, 775, 864, 865.

Port Mahon, corn and rice supplied to, 209, 274, 573.

expenses for fortifications and garrisons, 859.

officers of, in England, pay of, 317; servants, pay, 317.

pay, 827, 828.

remittances for, 8; proposal for, accepted, 284.

Portugal; accounts, 316; inspection of, 115.

clothing, accoutrements, stores and provisions for, 131.

Commissaries of Provisions. See Castle, .

officers of, half pay for, 226; wounded, 222.

Paymaster, Deputy. See Morrice, T.; Vincent, H.

regiment, broke, 166.

regiment raised in, 385.

privates, rates of pay, 5901.

provisions, 461; Commissaries of. See Army Commissaries.

Provost Marshal, and his men, subsistence, 225. See also ArmyIreland.

Prussian Troops, 274, 572.

quartermasters, rate of pay, 354, 5901.

quarters, innkeepers petition for payment for, 146.

recruiting, advances by Receivers General of Taxes for, 545, 848.

charges, 2001.

non-effective money used for, 858.

officer assaulted by mob, 222.

Reformed Officers, 594; Paymasters to. See Morgan, W.; Philpott, N.

Regiments:

Agents for. See Army agents.

augmented, 775.

disbanded, 47, 48, 166, 375, 385, 386, 456, 561, 596 8, 602, 604, 627, 692.

raised, 290, 311, 315, 456, 529, 561, 661, 742, 802.

reduced in strength, 47, 274, 341, 4256, 529, 562.

Horse Regiments :

Carabiniers. See (below) Dragoon Guards, Sixth.

Dragoon Guards:

First. See Lumley, H.

Third. See Windsor, Lord.

Sixth (Carabiniers.)See Backwell, L.

Dragoons:

in Ireland, establishments, 590.

King's Own Regiment. See (below) Hussars, Third.

Walloon Regiment of, pay of, 179.

First, Royal (King's Own Regiment of Dragoons), additional men and horses for, 813.

colonel of, peti-

colonel of, petition, 4256.

reduced, 4256.

Second (Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons Scots Greys), colonel of, petition, 4256. See also Portmore.

Earl of.

horses lost by, in their passage from Bruges, 352.

movements of, 352.

reduced, 4256.

Third. See Carpenter, G.

Sixth. See Echlin, .

Seventh. See Harwich, Lord.

And see under Colonels names.

Borle, .

Conyngham, H.

Evans, W.

Green, .

Guiscard, Marquis de.

Hyndford, Earl of.

Ikerrin, Viscount.

Kerr, W.

Killigrew, .

Morice, R.

Nassau, Count.

Pearce, E.

Pepper, J.

Portmore, Earl of.

Preston, G.

Ross, C.

Schomberg, Duke of.

Strafford, Earl of.

Wharton, Marquess of.

Guards, Royal Regiment of, captains of, memorial of, 76; colonel of. See Peterborough, Earl of; men and horses for, additional, 812.

Hussars:

Third, King's Own (King's Own Regiment of Dragoons), colonel of, petition of, 4256. See also Carpenter, G.

movements, 290, 743.

reduced, 4256.

subsistence, 290, 743.

Fourth. See Evans, W.

Seventh. See Kerr, W.

Eight. See Conyngham, H.; Pepper, J.; Pitt, T.

King's Own Regiment of Horse. See Lumley, H.

Royal Regiment of Horse, quarters in Hounslow for 146.

Scots Greys. See (above) Dragoons, Second.

Foot Regiments:

Argyll's. See Corbet, J.

employed as Marines (Col. H. Goring's and Col. C. Churchill's), accounts of, 459; removed from Marine Establishment, 459.

Guards:

Coldstream, additional Companies for, vote for, 658, 661, 802.

necessaries for, 865.

pay, levy money and subsistence, 658, 661, 802.

First Regiment, in Hyde Park, necessaries for, 864.

Third Regiment, officers of, petition, 83.

subsistence for the three regiments, 658.

Inniskillen Foot. See Creighton, A.

King's (Queen's) Own Regiment, trophy money for, 155. See also Webb, J. R.

Londonderry Foot. See St. John, T.

Royal Fusiliers, at Minorca, subsistence and contingencies, 68.

Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. See (below). Twenty-Seventh Foot.

Royal Londonderry Foot. See Mitchelburne, J.

Royal Regiment. See (below) First Regiment.

Royal Regiment of North British Fusiliers. See Orrery, Charles, Earl of.

Scots Foot. See Kerr, Lord Mark.

Spanish Foot. See Galway, Earl of.

Welsh Fusiliers, Agent of, pension, 350. See also (below) TwentyThird Foot.

Foot Regiments by Numbers:

First (Royal Regiment), in Ireland, establishment, 5901; pay of, 548; See also Orkney, George, Earl of.

Third (the Buffs). See Churchill, C.; Forfar, Archibald, Earl of.

Fourth (King's Own). See Seymore, W.

Sixth. See Harrison, T.

Eighth. See Webb, J. R.; Morrison, H.

Ninth. See Stewart, John.

Tenth. See Grove, H.

Eleventh. See Hill, J.

Fourteenth. See Clayton, J.

Seventeenth. See Wightman, J.

Eighteenth. See Hamilton, F.; Stearne, R.

Nineteenth. See Sutton, R.

Twenty First. See Orrery, Charles, Earl of.

Twenty Third (Prince of Wales Regiment of Welsh Fusiliers), transportation from Ireland to England, 759; see also Sabine, J. and (above) Welsh Fusiliers.

Twenty Fourth. See Primrose, G.

Twenty Sixth. See Preston, G.

Twenty Seventh (Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers). See Tiffin, Z.

Twenty Eighth. See Windsor, A.

Thirty Third. See Wade, Major Gen.

Thirty Fourth. See Chudleigh, T.

Thirty Fifth. See Gorge, Lieut. Gen.

Thirty Sixth. See Allnut, T.; Charlemont, Lord William; Egerton, W.

Thirty Seventh. See Windress, W.

Horse and Foot Regiments

by Names of Colonels.

See

Alexander, F.

Alnutt, T.

Ashburnham, Lord.

Backwell, L.

Barrymore, James,

Earl of.

Bland, J.

Blood, .

Blossett, .

Borle, .

Bowles, P.

Bretton, W.

Carpenter, G.

Caulfield, T.

Charlemont, Lord.

Chudleigh, T.

Churchill, C.

Clayton, J.

Corbett, J.

Creighton, A.

Creighton, D.

Cunningham, H.

Davenport, S.

Delaune, W.

Deloraine, Earl of.

Dormer, J.

Dubourgay, C.

Dungannon, Lord

Echlin, .

Egerton, W.

Elliott, .

Evans, W.

Farrington, T.

Fielding, E.

Forfar, Archibald, Earl of.

Franks, .

Freake, G.

Galway, Earl of.

Gorges, R.

Goring, H.

Grant, A.

Green, .

Grove, H.

Guiscard, Marquis de.

Hamilton, F.

Handasyde, T.

Harrison, T.

Harvey, D.

Harwich, Marquis of.

Hertford, Algernon,

Earl of.

Hill, J.

Hotham, Sir C.

Hyndford, Earl of.

Ikerrin, Viscount.

Jones, J.

Kane, R.

Kellum, G.

Kerr, Lord Mark.

Kerr, William.

Killigrew, .

Kirk, P.

La Bouchetire, .

Lanier, Sir J.

Leigh, E.

Leigh, J.

Lepell, .

Lucas, R.

Lumley, H.

Macartney, .

Macclesfield, Earl of.

Mitchelburne, J.

Mohun, Lord.

Montandre, Marquis

de.

Mordaunt, H.

Mordaunt, John, Lord.

Morice, R.

Morrison, H.

Mountjoy, Lord Wil-

liam.

Napier, R.

Nassau, Count.

Newton, J.

North and Grey, Lord

O'Carroll, Sir D.

Orkney, George, Earl of.

Orrery, Charles, Earl of.

Panton, T.

Paulen, Count de.

Pearce, E.

Pearce, T.

Pepper, J.

Phillips, R.

Pitt, T.

Pocock, J.

Portmore, Earl of.

Preston, G.

Primrose, G.

Ross, C.

Sabine, J.

St. John, T.

Sankey, N.

Schomberg, Duke of.

Seymore, W.

Shannon, Lord.

Stanhope, E.

Stearne, R.

Stewart, J.

Strafford, Earl of.

Stringer, .

Horse and Foot Regiments

Sutton, R.

Sybourg, C. de

Tiffin, Z.

Tyrawley, Lord.

Villiers, G.

Wade, G.

Waring, R.

Webb, J. R.

Wharton, Marquess of.

Whetham, T.

Wightman, J.

Wills, C.

Windress, W.

Windsor, A.

Windsor, Thomas, Lord.

Withers, W.

Wittewrong, Sir J.

Wolseley, J.

remount money, rate of, 352.

remittance for, to Newcastle, 306.

respits. See ArmyPay.

Royal Hospital. See Chelsea Hospital.

Saxe Gotha Troops, pay of, 11, 13, 76, 85, 412.

Scotland:

advances for, 46, 275, 657, 7845, 811.

Artillery Train. See Ordnance.

colonels and commanding officers of, representation from, to the Duke of Argyll, 858.

Commander in Chief (General) of. See Argyll, Duke of; Whetham, Thomas.

contingent charges of, advances for, 46, 657; payment of, under direction of Commander in Chief, 308.

expense of, exceeds provision made by Parliament, 858.

forage, cost of, charging the, 314; method of providing, 314; issues, etc., for, 49, 56, 226, 255, 314, 456, 657; petition for allowance for, 408.

money for, sending in specie, difficulty and hazard of, 829, 858.

Muster Master of. See Bruce, T.; Rutherford, R.

musters, accounts of, required, 307, 824, 825.

false, 858.

none returned, 830.

officers, 12.

allowances for, in lieu of posts abolished by the Union, 556.

half pay, ordered for Scotland, 14, 86, 354.

Paymaster of, Deputy, 314, 8578. See also Andrews, J.

payment of, 314, 830; by effectives only, letters from Walpole to Argyll insisting on, 830, 8578.

provisions and stores for, 308; Commissary of. See Burroughs, W.; issue for, 314.

recruiting for, provision of money for, 858.

regiments in or going to, 290, 352, 7423, 830, 841; issue for, 269.

respits, savings by, 858; account of, required, 830.

subsistence, directions concerning payment of, etc., 308.

issues, etc., for, 61, 92, 307, 317, 742 3, 865.

provision for, 829 30, 858.

revenues applied to, 303, 7845, 811.

Secretary at War, 83, 221, 257, 425, 572, 839.

allowance for, 180.

business of, at the Treasury, days appointed for, 20, 32; clerk dealing with, 30.

letters from, 11, 199.

letters to, 20, 137, 186, 199, 224, 239, 257, 304, 315, 396, 400, 417, 419, 422, 425, 706, 852, 855, 862, 866.

matters referred to, 10, 11, 68, 70, 79, 114, 321, 341, 438, 854.

office of, printed copies of Acts for, 549, 684, 8023.

officers and clerks of, allowances, 645.

reports by, 86, 222, 400 1, 863.

See also Gwynn, F.; Pulteney, W.; Walpole, R.

serjeants, rates of pay of, 5901.

Spain, 403.

accounts, 316.

Artillery Train. See Ordnance.

clothing, accountrements, stores and provisions for, account, 131.

Commander of. See Stanhope, James.

invalids from, 438.

losses at the siege of Alicante, 529.

Majors of Brigade, pay of, 160, 21920.

officers, petition, 83; wounded, 222.

Paymaster of, Deputy. See Hammond, A.

prisoners of war, British, accounts, 196, 372.

bills drawn for, 133, 195.

pay of, 160, 220.

Paymaster of. See Nevill, C.

provisions, etc., for, petition for payment for, 208; Commissaries of. See Castle, .

regiments with, 154, 529, 562.

Spanish Regiment. See Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway.

Staff Officers, pay of, 64, 180, 220, 312, 317, 519, 5901, 865.

stores and provisions, accounts of, required, 304.

Commissaries of. See ArmyCommissaries.

contracts for, copies to be submitted to the Treasury, 304.

subsidies and arrears to, debt due for, 841, 871.

subsistence, 4, 79, 16, 54, 57, 60, 61, 64, 68, 92, 113, 119, 132, 133, 180, 182, 201, 220, 225, 259, 262, 265, 266, 273, 274, 286, 290, 291, 293, 298, 303, 311, 312, 3157, 375, 389, 418, 442, 548, 573, 620, 621, 627, 658, 661, 688, 695, 742, 746, 749, 775, 785, 802, 812, 813, 822, 825, 828, 840, 852, 858, 864, 865.

difference between English and Irish rates of. See ArmyIreland.

money needed for, 831.

regulation of, new, 137, 199.

stoppages out of, 695.

Surgeon-General. See Army Ireland.

surgeons 479, 596605.

mates of, rate of pay, 354, 5901.

rate of pay, 354, 591.

Tangier Garrison, Treasurer of. See Hewer, W.; Pepys, S.

tents, issues for, 286, 688.

Town Majors, pay of, 221, 593.

transports. See Transports.

trophy money, 155, 671.

trumpeters, clothing, 456; rate of pay of, 590.

Walloon Regiments, 86. See also ArmyFlanders.

West Indies, issues for, 61, 92.

Wolfenbuttle Troops, 86.

Arnaud, Lodice, convicted for transporting wool from Jersey, 574.

Arnold, John, houses of, in Abingdon, 693, 786; daughter and heiress of. See Smith, Martha.

-, -, pension for, 267, 673.

-, Nehemiah, a Commissioner for several Lotteries, 520, 629, 635, 711.

Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, account, 140; petition referred to, 179; report by, 334; salary, 140.

payment to, 117.

-, -, pension for Susanna paid to, 674.

-, -, pension of, 214.

-, Richard, ensign in the Marquis de Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, Samuel, bill of exchange of, 631.

-, Susanna, pension for, 674.

Arnott (Arnot), , colonel, Paymaster of the Forces on the Expedition to Canada, appointment and instructions, 707; payment to, 706.

Arran, Customs boatmen in, 513: Customs officers in, 73; officer for the Duties on Scots salt in. See McGibbon, F.; tidesurveyor in, 726.

Arras. See Hangings.

Arrean, co. Cardigan, lands, etc., of, grants of stewardship, etc., of the Courts of, 210.

Arris, Thomas, Comptroller of Customs, Exeter port, salary, 830.

Arrobas, Hannaia, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 475.

Arthur, Daniel, payments to, for Matthew Prior and for special services, 7078.

-, Edward, surveyor of duties on houses for co. Flint, 414.

-, Gilbert, appointed a stamper in the Stamp Office, 322.

-, William, Dr., King's Botanist and Keeper of the Physic Garden in Scotland, 783; appointment and salary, 616.

Artillery. See ArmyFlanders; Army Nieuport; Ordnance.

Arundel, co. Sussex, Customs collector at. See Davies, N.; Wentworth, J.

Rape of, Receivers General of assessments, 60.

Ascough, Mathias, pension of, 212.

Aselabie. See Aislabie.

Ash (Ashe), , Member of Parliament, 501.

-, Edward, Clerk of the Ordnance, appointment, 189; certificate of, 203.

-, -, re-granted office of Comptroller of Plymouth port, 320.

-, Mary, Lady, lessee of Richmond Ferry, 720.

Ashburnham, John, Lord Ashburnham, regiment of horse of, officers of, half pay for, 47, 604; troops of, disbanded, 47.

-, Sir William, Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, re-grant, 327.

Ashby, John, riding officer from Barton to Exmouth, residing at Lyme, appointment, 207.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes and House duties, co. Herts., appointments and securities, 562, 624, 649.

Ashe. See Ash.

Ashley. See Astley.

Ashton, Mary, pension of, 211, 674.

-, Thomas, ensign in Sir J. Wittewronge's regiment, half pay for, 597.

Ashurst, , prosecuted for subornation, 528, 696.

-, Sir Henry, a Commissioner of Excise, 321, 815.

-, Sir William, a Commissioner of Excise, appointment, 149, 835; a Commissioner for the Duties on Soap, Paper, Starch, etc., appointment, 156, 844.

-, William, Accomptant and Comptroller General of the Stamp Duties, appointment and salary, 258, 447.

Askrigg, co. York, lease of waste grounds, mines, etc., in, 521, 532, 568.

Aslacoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 622.

Assailly (Assaillie), Martha, French Protestant refugee, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 470; her father's estate in St. Christopher, 134.

-, Peter, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 470.

Assassination Plot. See William III.

ASSESSMENTS:

12d. Aid (as by the Act 1 Wm. and Mary, c. 20, for 12d. per on personal estate and 20s. on fees of office, etc.), arrears of, 321.

[First] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Wm. and Mary, sess. 2, c. 1, for an aid of 2s. in the on personalty and 2s. per on fees of office and profit), arrears of, 321; issue out of, 579.

Additional 12d. Aid (as by the Act 1 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5, for one year, one third thereof being appropriated for loans), arrears of, 321; issue out of, 579.

Poll [Second Poll] (as by the Act 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 2, for raising money by a poll and otherwise, towards the reducing of Ireland and prosecuting the war against France), arrears of, 321.

Twelve Months Assessment, anno 1691 (as by the Act 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 1), arrears of, 321.

[Third] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 67 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, for granting an Aid of 4s. in the for one year and for applying the yearly sum of 300,000l. for five years out of the duties of Tonnage and Poundage and other sums of money payable upon merchandizes, exports and imports, for carrying on the war against France), arrears of, issue out of, 54.

[Fourth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 78 Wm. III, c. 5, granting an Aid of 4s. in the for one year for carrying on the war against France), arrears of, issues out of, 54, 579.

[Third] Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 9 Wm. III, c. 38, for granting an Aid by a quarterly poll for one year), arrears of, issues out of, 54, 182, 226, 579.

[Fifth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Anne, c. 6, for granting an aid by divers subsidies and a, Land Tax for carrying on the war against France), arrears of, issue out of, 579.

[Eighth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 34 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid [Land Tax] to be raised in the year 1705), assessments on royal servants, arrears of, 424.

collectors of, poundage of, 424.

Commissioners of, clerks of, poundage of, 424.

Receivers General of, accounts, etc., 424.

[Ninth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 45 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax to be raised in the year 1706), assessments on royal servants, arrears of, 424.

collectors of, poundage of, 424.

Commissioners of, clerks of, poundage of, 424.

Receivers General of, accounts, etc., 424, 558.

[Tenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax to be raised in the year 1707), Receivers General of, extraordinary charges of, 558.

[Eleventh] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 35, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1708), arrears of, issues out of, 54, 182.

Receivers General of, extraordinary charges of, 558.

[Twelfth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 7 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, for the service of the year 1709), arrears of, issues out of, 54, 182, 226.

Receivers General of, extraordinary charges of, 558.

[Thirteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 8 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1710) arrears of, issues out of, 183, 226.

Receivers General of, extraordinary charges of, 558.

[Fourteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 9 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1711), arrears of, issues out of, 183, 226, 307, 366, 579.

Receivers General of, accounts of, 84; extraordinary charges of, 558.

[Fifteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 10 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1712), arrears of, issue out of, 579.

assessments on salaries, repaid, 441.

deficiency of, certificate of, required, 370.

loans on, unsatisfied, transferred to the Land Tax of 1715, 517.

Receivers General of, accounts of, overpayments on, 169, 180, 191.

debts of, 37.

extraordinary charges of, 558.

tallies, etc., on, 203; advances on, 254, 256.

[Third] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 12 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1713), arrears of, 150, 639 40.

assessments, repaid, 181, 565, 650, 807.

loans on, unsatisfied, transferred to the Land Tax of 1715, 518.

Receivers General of, accounts, 84; overpayments on, 191; overpayments transferred to, 169, 180, 487, 618.

extraordinary charges of, 558.

tallies on, advances on, 1, 278.

[Fourth] 2s. Aid(as by the Act 13 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1714), account of, mentioned, 157.

arrears of, 640.

assessments, 871; repaid, 109, 146, 148, 565, 650, 807.

Commissioners of, 52; Act (1 Geo. I, c. 2) for remedying mistakes in the names of, 804.

loans on, issues out of, 11, 82, 127.

Receivers General of, accounts of, overpayments on, 487, 618; overpayments transferred to, 191.

appointments, 45, 52, 5860, 118, 182.

commissions, charges of, 193; superseded, 193.

extraordinary charges of, 558.

not to receive money, until their commissions are passed, 52.

petition for place of, 409.

securities, 5860, 128, 409.

to hasten their receipts, 299, 807.

tallies on, 16, 17.

[Fifth] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Geo. I, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1715), Act for, 497.

assessments, 871; repaid, 570, 645, 737, 807, 816, 843.

loans on, issues out of, 261, 262, 265, 268, 269, 273, 278, 304, 306, 316, 318, 497, 517, 532, 548, 807, 864, 870, 871; unsubscribed balance of, 262; warrant authorising, 517.

loans transferred to, 517, 518.

Receivers General of, appointment of, 279, 621 4, 651.

securities of, 6214. to hasten their receipts, 299, 807.

returns from the several counties, account of, required, 868.

tallies and orders on, 299, 304, 306, 433, 518, 807, 864, 870, 871; assignments, etc., 262, 314, 782, 812, 831.

See also Taxes.

Asterly, John, Customs Surveyor at Wells, dismissed, 847.

Astley (Ashley), Sir Jacob, a Commissioner for Trade, 395, 571, 691, 702.

Aston, , deputy to a Victualling Contractor, 298, 315, 871.

-, Robert, merchant, permitted to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 653.

Aswardhurn, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of assessments, 60, 623.

Athenry (Athenree), Lord. See Bermingham, Edward.

Athlone, cos. Roscommon and West. meath, Barracks in, maintenance, etc., 593, 607; Collector at. See Temple, R.

Athlone Pursuivant. See Ireland.

Atholl (Athol), Duke of. See Murray, John.

Athy, [co. Kildare], Barracks in, 606.

Atkinson, Elizabeth, Mrs., pension of, 213.

-, Mary, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 469.

-, Samuel, captain, a Commissioner for the Transport Service, appointed to wind up business of the Transport Office, 648, 710, 868.

reports by, 288, 639, 793.

salary, 280, 648.

warrant to, 630.

-, -, a Commissioner for licensing hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, 551.

Atlases, for the King's use, 411.

Atterbury, , Messenger of the Press, payment to, 452.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Cheque to the Messengers of the Chamber, certificate by, 341.

-, -, payments to, 100, 452.

-, -, pension for, 673.

Attorney General, England, 5, 6, 72, 144, 166, 268, 300, 302, 303, 343, 363, 439, 528, 842.

allowances, 452.

attending the Treasury, 32, 33, 37, 248, 249, 254, 258, 309.

clerks of, allowances, 452.

letters to, 62, 89, 10910, 146, 147, 151, 157, 1767, 184, 239, 248, 260, 275, 284, 301, 305, 339, 388, 441, 496, 550, 557, 661, 727, 739, 745, 748, 7756, 788, 813, 816, 817, 836.

opinions, reports, etc., 1, 10, 14, 81, 95, 99, 1056, 109, 130, 160, 268, 309, 310, 388, 4134, 453, 492, 540, 561, 567, 618, 690, 731, 749.

petitions, etc., referred to, 10, 12, 13, 15, 46, 80, 86, 93, 98, 117, 181, 196, 197, 258, 260, 296, 334, 377, 406, 409, 440, 461, 516, 548, 661, 703, 766, 790, 798.

warrants to, 44, 52, 64, 70, 99, 112, 113, 140, 141, 145, 147, 149, 153, 161, 162, 177, 189, 193, 194, 197, 198, 202, 20710, 225, 2368, 241, 242, 245, 32326, 328, 329, 336, 342, 3456, 349, 373, 390, 394, 398, 400, 402, 407, 431, 447, 453, 454, 459, 461, 511, 513, 518, 519, 552, 625, 662, 667, 683, 686, 690, 692, 699, 700, 728, 767, 777, 785, 803, 814, 816, 824, 833, 835, 837, 841, 845, 859, 868.

See also Montagu, Sir J.; Northey, Sir E.

Attorney General, Ireland. See Ireland.

Auberry, William, grant of mills in Brecon lordship, 649.

Aubert, John, pension of, 216.

Aubresby, David, cornet, half pay for, 605.

Auburn, John, captain in Brigadier Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

Auchmoutie, , Mrs., pension in Scotland for, 772.

Auchmouty, David, Pursuivant in Scotland, salary, 357.

Auckland, co. Durham, Collegiate Church of, lease of the four prebends of, 49092, 66970.

Auckland, St. Andrew, co. Durham, South Church in, lease of a house, etc., in, 456.

Augsberg, 736.

Diet at, Minister to. See Whitworth, C.

Postmaster at, payment to, 735.

Aulnage, Duty. See Ireland.

Austell, Aaron, of London, merchant, Customs on tobacco, 144, 3845, 6256.

-, Moses, of Bow, merchant, security for a Receiver General of Taxes, 800.

Austen of Derhams, Sir John, baronetcy fee of, 328.

Austen, Mary, pension for, 674.

Austin, Eliz., sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 479.

-, Joseph, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

-, Thomas, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 475.

Auverquerque (Auverquere), Henry de Nassau, Sieur de, annuity of, 196, 376.

-, Henry d', Earl of Grantham, pension of, out of the Duchy of Cornwall, transferred to Excise, 1967, 251; pension of, on the Irish establishment, 585.

-, Lady, pension of, on revenues in North Wales, arrears of, 326.

Aveland, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 623.

Aven, Richard, payment to, for gold hilted sword, 94.

Averie, Richard, appointed riding officer at Padstow, 619.

Awbrey, John, clerk of the Exchequer Receipt, payment to, for services during vacation, 438.

-, William, lessee of mills, etc., in Forest of Devynock and fishing of rivers of Neath and Towy, co. Brecknock, 857.

Awmond, Bernard, appointed Salt Duty officer, Alloa collection, 666.

Axminster, co. Devon, hundred of, Receivers General of assessments and duties on Houses for, 59, 622, 670.

Ayerst, William, Secretary to the, Embassy in Holland, allowance, 514; return of, 514.

Ayksgarth. See Aysgarth.

Aylesford (Ailesford), Earl of. See Finch, Heneage.

Ayr (Aird, Aire), co. Ayr, port of, collector of Duties on Scots Salt. See Ballantine, J.

Comptroller of Customs. See Kerr, R.; Neilson, C.

Customs boatmen, 774.

Justices of, complaint of, concerning meal imported from Ireland, 746.

landsurveyor, 666.

supervisor of the Salt Duties.

See Kerr, R.; Neilson, C.

tidesurveyors, 416, 666.

tidewaiters, 75, 416, 503, 666; acting as Salt Duty officers, 504.

Ayrolle (Dayrolle), James D', Resident with the Republic of Geneva, equipage and ordinary of, 724, 730.

Ayscough, Mathias, pension for, 674.

-, Richard, tenant of a cottage etc., in Gonerby, 492, 717.

Aysgarth, Ayksgarth, co. York, lease of waste ground, commons, fishing, mines, etc., in, 521, 532.

Ayslabie, Ayslaby, Aysleby. See Aislabie.