BHO

Index: F

Pages 693-699

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30, 1716. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.

This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. All rights reserved.

Citation:
Page 693
Page 694
Page 695
Page 696
Page 697
Page 698
Page 699

F

Fachin, William, an old soldier, pension for, 230.

Faculty, the, Master of. See Paul, G.

Faggots, for Foot Guards, 37.

Fairfax, Brian, a Commissioner for the duties on Hides and Skins, Vellum and Parchment, 59, 480, 541; a Commissioner for Taxes, 134, 135, 160, 298, 501, 553, 611.

-, [Charles], colonel, perpetuity granted by Charles II to heirs of, 192, 465, 562.

Fairman, Robert, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

Fair Oak Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Falaiseau, Pierre, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Falkland, Lord. See Carey, L. H.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, Agent for Prizes at. See Davis, ; Parker, J.
-, agents for pacquet boats to the West Indies at, 376.
-, Customs, collector of, 502; Comptroller of, deputy to, 504; Surveyor of, 502.
-, running of goods on the coast near, 502, 503.

Falquerolls, Bernardine de, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Fan Grove. See Chertsey.

Fane, Thomas, 12th Earl of Westmorland, his bailiwick of Cliff in Rockingham Forest, 110111.

Fanshawe, Simon, 5th Viscount Fanshawe, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 63, 120, 466, 566.

Farcet, Fasset, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.

Farey, Katherine de, pension for, 230.

Faringdon. See Farrington.

Farley, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 174.

Farmborough, Richard, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Farnaby, Sir Charles, Cashier of the duties on Hides and Skins, Vellum and Parchment, 406; accounts of, 348.

Farmborough, Farmbrough, co. Warwick, 401.

Farnham, co. Surrey, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Farquhar, , children of, pension for, 229.

Farra, John, allowance for carrying letters for the Treasury, 162, 304, 616; for carrying necessaries for the Treasury Office, 514.

Farrington (Faringdon), [Thomas], general, regiment of Foot of, 373.
-, clearings of, 475.
-, pay of, 256, 260, 340.
-, recruits for, 475.

Farthing, Elizabeth, pension for, 230.

Fasset. See Farcet.

Fauquier (Faulquire, Fauquiere), John Francis, Doctor [Deputy Master Worker of the Mint], bill drawn on, 44; payment to, on behalf of investigators of a mine in Scotland, 554; loans on sale of tin by, 248, 567.

Fausset, , Captain, concerned in the taking of Holy Island, 422.

Faversham, Feversham, co. Kent, waiter and searcher at, 503.

Fawcet, Peter, tidesman at Newcastle, 576.

Fawn, Oswald, pension for, 230.

Fazakerley (Fazakerly), Sir William, Chamberlain of the City of London, distributing royal charity moneys, 612.

-, -, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses for Middlesex, London and Westminster, 119, 541; salaries payable by, 59, 97.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for Middlesex, London and Westminster, and Inns of Court and Chancery, 166, 302.

Feckingham. See Freckenham.

Fee farm rents, 115; sale of, Trustees for. See Harbord, Sir C.; Harbord, W.; Hawley, F., Lord Hawley; Hayward, Sir W.; Talbot, Sir J.

Feedham. See Fordham.

Feild. See Field.

Feilding. See Fielding.

Felons, goods of, pretensions of lords of manors to titles to, 309.

Feltwell, co. Norfolk, tithes in, 349.

Fen District. See Bedford Level; Bolingbroke Fen; Mannson's Level.

Fenn, , administrator of, 145.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Burnham in Wells port, 61.

Fenny Compton, co. Warwick, 400.

Fenwick, Robert, landwaiter and searcher at Port Glasgow, 371.

Ferne, Henry, late Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 72, 159, 170, 171, 226, 250, 444, 445, 592, 593, 594.

-, John, petition for lease of houses in the bailiwick of St. James's, 374.

Fernly, Waterhouse, merchant, petition concerning brandy and rum, 355.

Ferreby. See Ferriby.

Ferrer, Don Juan, Spanish regiment of Foot of, pay of, 284.

Ferrers, Thomas, brigadier, regiment of Dragoons of, horses for, 243; on Irish Establishment, 243, 434, 562.

Ferriby, South Ferriby, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Ferrier, Richard, King's waiter, London port, 215.

Ferrire, Marie de la, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Ferryman, John, collector of Excise in mid-Wales, 103, 204, 293; dismissed, 389.

Fetherston, Sir Henry, Sheriff of co. Essex, 274.

Fetherstonhagh (Tetherstonhagh), , clerk to the Secretary for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.

Feu duties, 272, 488.

Feversham. See Faversham.

Fez, Emperor of, 413, 550.

Field (Feild), Joseph, late Supervisor of Riding Officers in West Sussex, 61.

-, -, late Surveyor of Chichester port, 61.

-, Katherine, pension for, 230.

Fielding (Feilding), Anne, pension for herself and her brothers and sisters, 230.

-, Basil, Earl of Fielding, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, surety bonds of, 81.

-, Lady Diana, lease of ground in St. James's Park, 89.

-, Edmund, colonel, regiment of Foot of, on Irish Establishment, 434; pay of, 261, 340.

-, George, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.

-, -, late a Commissioner for executing the office of Master of the Horse, issue to, 136.

-, William, lease of ground in St. James's Park, 89.

Fife Ness, ports between St. Abbs Head and, guarding by Customs sloop of, 140, 141.

Filloll (Filoll), Anthony, holding tenements in Pall Mall Field, 365.

-, Mary, widow, holding tenements in St. James's parish, 365.

Fillongley, Hillongly, co. Warwick, 403.

Finch, Catherine, living in Murrells Yard, London, 109.

-, Daniel, 14th Earl of Nottingham, late President of the Privy Council, 341; pension of, 176, 343, 392; royal bounty for, 148.

-, -, Lord Finch, a Commissioner for executing the office of Treasurer of the Exchequer, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; a Lord of the Treasury, 159, 310.

-, Heneage, Lord Guernsey, late Master of the Jewel House, 55, 63, 65, 73, 175, 200, 225, 404.

Finchamstead Bailiwick. See Windsor Forest.

Findlater, James, landwaiter and searcher at Inverness, 506.

Findlater and Seafield, Earl of. See Ogilvy, J.

Fire, in Thames Street, London, 212.

Fire engines, at Hampton Court, 386: at St. James's, 138, 371.

Fish, from Shetland, 525; in St. James's Park, food for, 137.

Fisher, George, nominee of the Commissioners of the Equivalent in Scotland, 489.

-, Henry, fee farm rent conveyed in trust to, 202.

-, Richard, captain, witness in the assassination plot against King William, pension of, 234.

Fishermen, of Great Yarmouth, 141.

Fishmongers, 209; Company of, in London, wharf called Porters Key belonging to, 92.

Fishwick, Joshua, Surveyor of Chichester port, 61.

FitzGerald, Robert, payment for prosecuting criminals, 202.

FitzHardinge, Viscount. See Berkeley, John.

Fitzharris, Judith, pension for, 230.

-, Dame Mary, royal bounty for, 51.

Fitzharry, Anne, pension for, 230.

FitzRoy, Charles, 2nd Duke of Grafton, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509: a Lord Justice of Ireland, 77, 90, 98, 104, 105, 121, 124, 132, 133, 218, 246, 274, 281, 288, 310, 345, 364, 427, 453, 477, 504, 532; pension for, out of Post Office revenues, 509.

-, George, 2nd Duke of Northumberland, pension for, out of the Hereditary Excise, 546.

Fitzwalter, Lord. See Mildmay, C.

FitzWilliam, Mary, daughter of the late Viscount FitzWilliam, 210.

-, Richard, late collector and searcher at St. Oistins in Barbados, 438.

-, -, Comptroller of Customs at Currietuck in North Carolina, to be Collector of the Lower part of James River in Virginia, 323.

-, -, Viscount FitzWilliam, a trustee for his sister Mary, petition concerning mortgage on Northumberland manors, 210.

-, Thomas, [late] Viscount FitzWilliam, bequest to his daughter Mary, 210.

Flamborough Head, co. York, French ship seized while running brandy near, 299.

Flamsteed, John, his Historia Celestis, printing of, 122, 123, 126, 146.

Flanders, ambassadorial expresses sent into, 133; mail from, 443; troops mustered in, 345, 532. See also Low Countries.

Flaxwell, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Fleet, prison. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.

Fleet, [river], 73.

Flegg, East and West, co. Norfolk, hundreds of, Receiver General of, Taxes for, 167.

Fleming, Christopher, Baron Slane, regiment of Foot of, 260, 339.

Fletcher, Thomas, late Paymaster of interest on Exchequer Bills, 66, 71.

-, -, searcher in London port, 436.

Flimby, co. Cumberland, salt work rebuilt at, 81.

Flint, county of, Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, Sir J.
-, Receiver General of the duties on Houses. See Conway, E.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 428. See also Conway, E.
-, Second Justice of. See Jefferys, E.
-, Sheriff of. See Wynne, J.

-, earldom of, land revenues in, 91.

Flints, for arms, 218.

Florence, Italy, 193; a British Consul travelling to, 186.

Florent, Henry, Count of Brandenburg, pension for, 343.

Flournois, Peter, annuity or pension of, towards the maintenance of the children of the late Countess of Clancarty, 74, 390, 545, 560.

Flower, Henry, Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Wilts., 167.

-, Rebecca, pension for, 230.

Floyer, , declining the office of Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 45.

Fdera, Rymer's, 552.

Fogg, John, of Bolton, payment for services against the Rebels, 443.

Foissac, [Baltazar de], colonel, regiment of Dragoons of, pay of, 256, 258, 339.

-, Louise de, a French refugee, pension of, 237.

Foley, Philip, uncle to Thomas, death of, 583.

-, Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, 63, 71, 81, 94, 95, 112n., 129, 171, 175, 206, 221, 254, 268, 281, 283, 297, 336, 354, 393, 430, 466, 467, 496, 534, 555, 557, 571, 584; deputy to. See Bythell, F.; leave of absence for, 27, 583.

Foot, [Samuel], attending the Treasury concerning tin, 19.

-, Thomas, stamper in the Stamp Office, 71.

Forber, , doctor of the Constantine, affidavit of, 21.

Forbes, , engineer, killed in an expedition from Annapolis, 517.

-, John, one of the Commissioners for Stating the Equivalent due to Scotland, 25, 279.

-, -, a Deputy Lieutenant of co. Inverness, 386.

-, -, 12th Baron Forbes, annuity of, 195, 422, 560.

-, William, 13th Baron Forbes, 560; annuity of, 422, 540.

-, -, late Riding Forrester in the New Forest, 568.

-, -, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, dismissed, 99.

Force, Duchess de la, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Fordham, Feedham, co. Cambridge, tithes in, 349.

Fordice, Thomas, clerk to the Surveyor of Forfeited Estates in Scotland, 357.

Forehoe, North and South, co. Norfolk, hundreds of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Forest Hill, co. Oxford, 608.

Forester. See Forrester.

Forests. See Woods and Forests.

Forfar, Earl of. See Douglas, A.

FORFEITED ESTATES, of Traitors and Popish Recusants, 15.
-, Acts for (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 16), 31n.; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 17), 31n., 137; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 20), 335, 605; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 32), 31n.; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 42), 31n.; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 50), 29, 31n.; 34, 295, 313, 359, 362, 390, 397, 404, 407, 420, 467, 536, 595; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 53), 31n.; (3 Geo. I, c. 20), 34.
-, Accomptant General of. See Kynaston, W.; clerk to. See Hancock, T.
-, Agents for, 34, 35, 382, 389, 397. See also Constable, Sir R.; Elstob, L.
-, business of, England and Scotland sub-divided for, 29.
-, Commissioners for Enquiring into, 35, 382, 420, 467.
-,-, appointed, 313.
-,-, attending the Treasury, 29, 34.
-,-, housekeeper to, 357.
-,-, incidents of, 536.
-,-, papers referred to, 571.
-,-, protesting against payment of Exchequer fees, 404, 434.
-,-, representations of, 358, 476.
-,-, Secretary to, 496.
-,-, travelling charges of, 29.
-,-, under officers of, 34; salaries of, 29, 30, 357, 390, 536.
-, income from, charges defrayed out of, 29; to be paid into the Exchequer, 34, 382, 591.
-, letting of untenanted estates, 467.
-, Master of the References.
-, See Moore, W.; clerk to.
-, See Weeks, C.
-, Receiver General of. See Elstob, L.; clerk to. See Dalton, J.
-, Register of. See Snow, M.; clerk to. See Harris, T.
-, Secretary for. See Branthwait, A.; clerk to. See Fetherstonhagh, .
-, Solicitor for. See Stanwix, ; clerk to. See Marwood, W.
-, Surveyor General for. See Wicker, ; clerk to. See Bavand, .
-, Under Surveyor. See Gibbs, H.

-, in Ireland. See IrelandForfeited Estates.

-, in Scotland. See ScotlandForfeited Estates.

Forrest, Elinor, a prisoner in Newgate, 570.

Forrester (Forester), George, 5th Baron Forrester of Corstorphine, annuity of, 195, 454, 540, 559.

-, Paul, tidewaiter at Irvine, 506.

-, W., a Commissioner for Land Tax collection in the Palaces of Whitehall and St. James's, 429.

Forster, John, tidesman in Weymouth port, 503.

-, Thomas, junior, attainder of, 31n., 571.

-, -, payment for taking a Tory, 202.

Forsyth, James, tidewaiter at Montrose, dismissed, 506.

Fort Elizabeth, Elizabeth's Fort, co. Limerick, repairs at, 203.

Fort Ross, co. Ross and Cromarty, boatman at, 505.

Fort William, co. Inverness, drink brewed at, Excise duties on, 569.

-, in Inverlochie, Governor of. See Maitland, .

Fortescu, Samuel, landwaiter at Bideford, 436.

Forth, Firth of, guarding of, by Customs sloop, 140, 141.

Forts and Fortifications, Charles Fort, 203; Culmore Fort, 75; Elizabeth's Fort, 203; Harwich, 249, 283, 534, 538, 570; Pendennis, 93; Portsmouth, 108, 161, 249, 271.

Fos, Catherine de, a French refugee, pension for, 236.

Foster, John, Surveyor of Dover port, 67.

-, Rebecca, pension for, 230.

Foubert, Henry, pension for, 230.

Fountaine, La, pension for Herman's children paid to, 230.

-, Benjamine La, pension for, 230.

-, Lewis, executor in trust to J. J. David, 144.

-, Peter, minister going to Virginia, passage money for, 170.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty, in the Plantations, collector, waiter and searcher of, 438; Governors' salaries payable out of, 199, 222, 298, 299, 373, 392, 501; produce of, 388.

Fournier, Blanche de, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Fowdray, Pile of, shipowners of, petition of, 62.

Fowey, co. Cornwall, Collector of Customs at. See Bulley, T.; Surveyor of Customs at. See Johns, J.; Osborne, W.

Fowkes, Hugh, distributor of stamps for Chester city, 314.

Fowl, in St. James's Park, 137.

Fowler, John [a Commissioner for] Sick and Hurt Seamen, 406.

Fowlis, David, bringing Flanders mails from Ostend to Dover, 443.

-, Sir William, Chief Searcher in London port, 310.

Fownes, George, concerned in provisioning the Garrison of Placentia, 443.

Fox, , lieutenant, of the Garrison at Annapolis, 517, 518.

-, Charles, former Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, 86.

-, John, late waiter and searcher in Hull port, 409.

-, Joseph, keeping the Register of Public Loans in the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, 162, 298, 501, 610.

Foxcote, Fox Court, co. Warwick, 401.

Foxton, Susanna, a colonel's widow, pension for, 230.

Foy, Edward, of Bristol, merchant, petition concerning the Constantine, 213.

Frampton, John, a Comptroller of the warehouse for prohibited East India goods in London port, 437.

-, Tregonell, salary for keeping His Majesty's running horses at Newmarket, 16, 40, 164, 481.

FRANCE, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Dalrymple, J., Earl of Stair; Secretary to. See Crawford, T.
-, Court of, English officer employed at, 253.
-, Customs yacht cruising between Britain, the Channel Islands and, 135.
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Dalrymple, J., Earl of Stair.
-, Gentlewomen of, Society at the Hague of, pension for, 237.
-, Ministers, in the Savoy, annuity for, 199, 311; of the French Church at Wapping, pension for, 235.
-, pacquet boats coming from, 9, 126.
-, Protestants of, issues for, 4, 8, 44, 88, 115, 546.
-, Refugees from, pensions for, list of, 236239.
-, running of goods to Cornwall from, 502.
-, ship bound from Lisbon for, 577.
-, ship from, 353.
-, ships of, seizures of, 245, 290, 299, 386.
-, trade treaty between Great Britain and, Commissaries for, 252, 498.
-, troops of, prisoners taken by, 138, 288; at Almanza, 327, 329; in Canada, 518, 519.
-, war with, 603; clearing of debts during, 158, 359.
-, wines bought in. See CustomsDuties, on French wines,
-, wool exported clandestinely to, 55, 220, 572.

Francia, Simon, petition for relief of his debts, 532; surety for G. Cordoso and W. Meagher, debts of, 217.

Francis, Martha, pension for, 230.

-, Richard, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Devon, 53, 580.

Frank, , colonel, late regiment of, 453.

Frankfort, Germany, 413.

Frankland, Thomas, Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance, 106, 460, 544.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, leave of absence for, 31.

Franks, [Richard], colonel, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 260.

Frankton, co. Warwick, 401.

Franquefort, Mary Benique de, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

Fraser (Frazer), Alexander, landwaiter and searcher at Kirkcaldy, 102.

-, Frederick, landsurveyor at Inverness, 453.

-, George, Lord Fraser, annuity of, 195.

-, John, landcarriagewaiter at Glasgow, 524.

-, -, tidewaiter at Montrose, 505.

-, Simon, Lord Lovat, grant of lands to, for services during the Rebellion, 417; memorial for a reward of profits from certain forfeited lands, 31, 335, 362.

Frauds, Act of (14 Car. 11, c. 11), 362, 508.

Frazer. See Fraser.

Frazerdale, Scotland, 31, 335, 362, 417.

Frechville. See Frescheville.

Freckenham, Feckingham, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.

Frecker, Mark, clerk at the Treasury, 160, 301, 500, 615; payment for making up books of Customs accounts, 159, 302, 500.

Freckleton, Henry, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Frederick, Prince of Brunswick Luneburgh, son of the Prince of Wales, made Knight of the Garter, 325, 405.

Freebridge-Lynn, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Freebridge-Marshland, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Freeman, Nicholas, tidesman at Yarmouth, 174; to be tidesurveyor there, 129.

Fremington, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.

Frescheville (Frechville, Fretchville), Anne Charlotte, Lady Frescheville, pension of, 57, 194, 405, 559.

Frimley Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Friskney, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Frith, Ann, tenant of premises in Portugal Street, 374.

Frogley, Robert, merchant, petition concerning brandy and rum, 355.

Fronterness, Scotland, Feu duties of, 488.

Fry, George, a Keeper of Chertsey Walk in Windsor Forest, 367.

Fryers Clay Pit, co. Warwick, land called Torrs Close near, 170.

Fudger, , master of the Constantine, 21, 22.

Fulford, John, weighing porter in London port, 98; dismissed, 577.

Fulham, co. Middlesex, Gateways to, Crown title to houses between, 15; King's private road leading to, repair of, 372, 373, 530, 601.

Fuller, John, lease of tenements in St. James's, Clerkenwell, 568.

-, -, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Sussex, 54.

Fullerton, Hugh, collector of Customs at Kirkcudbright, dismissed, 507.

Fullisk, John, boatman at Cockbush in Chichester port, 504.

Furley, William, smuggling wool to France, 220.

Furnese, Sir Henry, accounts of, 51, 328; executors of, accounts exhibited by, 326; remittances made for the service of the Army in the Low Countries, 326.

-, Sir Robert, to attend the Treasury, 51.

Fyles, John, riding officer at New Romney, superseded, 503.