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Babbacombe, Babbicombe, co. Devon, 615.

Baber, John, Comptroller of First Fruits and Tenths, 218.

Babington, Abra[ham], storekeeper or warehousekeeper to the Commissioners of Transports, 418, 419.

Bacalla, sold at Port Mahon, 811.

Bache, William, late Blacksmith to William III, 461; widow of. See Carleton, A.

Bachieucha, co. Montgomery. See Llanfyllin.

Backwell, Leigh, colonel, regiment of, 539, 742, 854.

Baclud, co. Montgomery. See Llanfyllin.

Bacon, Anne, widow, tenant of a house near Old Palace Yard, petition of, 395.

-, Montague, a Commissioner for Hawkers and Pedlars' Duties, 498.

-, Philip, Receiver General for Taxes, co. Suffolk, 150.

Bagby, John, rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

Bagg (Bagge), Jeremiah, Meeting House in Kingswinford demolished, 186.

-, John, going to Virginia as Minister, passage money for, 655.

-, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Lynn Regis, 132.

Baggett, Robert, messuage and yard at Harwich in the tenure of, 316.

Baggs, Isham, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 539.

Bagnall (Bagnal), Joseph, Sheriff of Surrey, 459.

-, Walt., of Newcastle under Lyme, damaged in his goods and furniture, 185.

-, William, demolition of his Meeting House in Stafford, 187.

Bagshot Park, Ranger of. See Butler, Charles, Earl of Arran.

Bahama Islands, Collector of Customs in. See Graves, J.; Ordnance stores for the security of, 685; Surveyor and Comptroller of Customs in, 96. See also Rhett, W.

Baignoulx, Paul, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 527.

Baije, , captain, petition of, 35.

Baildon, Nicholas, tidesman, London port, 131.

Bailey. See Bayley.

Bailie. See Baillie.

Bailiffs, attending trials and executions, 106, 483; taking possession of the personal estates of Rebels, 484.

Baillie (Bailie), George, esquire, a Lord of the Treasury, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 270, 383, 591, 727.

-, Hugh, junior, landsurveyor at Inverness port, 624, 702.

Baine, John, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

Baines (Baynes), , major general, disbursements for beds etc. for the Guard Room at Hampton Court, 550.

-, John, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Westmorland, 278.

-, Richard, head Distributor [of Stamps] in Westmorland, allowances to, 137.

-, William, a witness against the Rebels, 195, 196.

-, -, deceased, Surveyor of the Landwaiters, London port, 395, 586, 594.

Baird, James, clerk of the Wardrobe in Scotland, 404.

-, John, a Commissioner of the Equivalent, 322, 339, 342, 361, 460461.

Baker, George, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Kent and the City and County of Canterbury, 277, 631.

-, James, tidesman in Bristol port, 669.

-, -, senior, esquire, petitions to be Receiver General of Assessments for co. Somerset, 279, 384.

-, John, demolition of his Meeting House in Birmingham, 188.

-, [John], admiral, 88; viceadmiral renewing the Peace with the Government at Tunis, 375; Secretary to. See Hall, R.

-, Simon, tenant of premises in Hogsthorpe and Willoughby, 256.

Balderston, George, master of the ship Villa de Conda, petition of, 382.

Baldwyn, William, debt of, 140.

Balendine, Joseph, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

Ballaghy, in Connaught province, barracks at, half a company of foot at, 546.

Ballantyne (Ballantine), James, tidesurveyor at Combraes, 626.

-, John, Collector of the Salt in Ayr, 290.

-, Robert, a Macer of the Exchequer, Scotland, 403.

Ballard, John, a witness, 172.

Ballenden, Ballendin, Lord. See Bellenden.

Balliente, Don Juan, ensign, taken prisoner, claim for full pay, 846.

Ballinrobe [co. Mayo], barracks, two companies of foot at, 546.

Ballyconnell, Bally Connel [co. Cavan], barracks, half a company of foot at, 546.

Ballyshannon [co. Donegal], barracks, one company of foot at, 546.

Balme, Jasper la, major, pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.

Baltic, the, Fleet. See NavyFleets; ships arrived from. See Navyships.

Balvenie, co. Banff, lordship, 470.

Balzlow, Peter, incapable of executing the business of officer of the Salt Duty in Alloa, 312.

Bamber, John, of London, merchant, licence to compound for a seizure of diamonds, 48, 57, 459460, 599.

Bambridge, , 43, 369.

-, Tho., letter from, 18.

-, Thomas, gentleman, payment to, 480.

Bampton, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Banagher, in Connaught province, barracks at, one company of foot at, 546.

Bancons, Isaac, lieutenant, pension for, 523.

-, Jeremy, captain, pension for, 522.

-, John, ensign, respited half pay officer, 527.

Bane, William, Rebel prisoner transported to Maryland or Virginia, 207.

Banff, sheriffdom of, charter of lands in the, 470.

Bangham (Baugham), Edward, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Hereford, 20, 21, 277, 322, 364.

Banister, , House of Commons order served on, 321.

-, -, tenant, 256.

Bank of England
-, Accomptant General of, 595, 724, 727; rewarded for keeping a register of contributions for Annuities, 83, 311; preparing books of Annuities, 603, 677. See also Mercer, .
-, Act of 7 Anne, c. 30, for enlarging the Capital Stock of, 688.
-, allowance to, of 3 per cent. for circulating Exchequer Bills, 82, 128, 228, 249, 410, 411, 601, 629.
-, allowance to, for exchanging Exchequer Bills, 82, 249, 410, 411, 486, 601, 650.
-, annuities, deficiency of, issues for, 250, 602, 688; disposal of, 27; payment of Bills of Exchange by, 161; stock in, transfer of, 51. See also BankAccomptant General.
-, books of, annuity standing in, sale of, 399.
-, books of the 4 per cent. annuities, credit to be given in, for contributions by the Navy Treasurer etc., 724727.
-, Cashier of, 595.
-, Chief Cashier of, allowance to, for receiving and accompting contributions for Annuities, 83, 163, 311; issue to, for paying Annuities, 83. See also Maddockes, T.
-, contribution of 2,000,000l. on the Act for 5 per cent. Annuities, 721.
-, debt to, by the Bank Fund for interest in uncancelled Exchequer Bills, 82, 128, 249, 401, 411, 461, 601.
-, Deputy Governor of, 497.
-, Directors, to nominate a Director for Lottery Orders, 40.
-, exchanging Exchequer Bills, Acts for, payment for, 74, 126, 302.
-, Fund, Aggregate Fund, account of, demanded, 236237, 238, 695.
-,-, Act of 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 12, for enlarging the, 411, 594, 601.
-,-, amount remaining in the Exchequer on, 228, 250, 411412, 602, 630.
-,-, appropriations for, out of Customs duties, 358, 359.
-,-, [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 238.
-,-, [as by 7 Anne, c. 30], 238.
-,-, debt to the Civil List, 82, 249, 410, 601.
-,-, four per cent. Annuities out of [as by 3 Geo. I, c. 7, cl. 21], 603, 631, 677.
-,-, five per cent. Annuities on, avoiding any deficiency on the, 376.
-,-, income of, application of and state of, 8182, 128, 249250, 410411, 601602.
-,-, money on, to be gathered in and paid into the Exchequer by the Customs Receiver General, 375376.
-,-, payment of Annuities due on, 83.
-, Governor of, 497.
-, Governor and Company of, 11.
-, loans, at 5 per cent., on the Land Tax, 7071.
-, money deposited in the Exchequer by, 71.
-, money order for 100,000l. to, appropriated by several Acts of Parliament, 380.
-, nominate Managers and Directors for taking Lottery Subscriptions, 497.
-, payment into the Exchequer by, upon the fund of their former stock, 329.
-, payment to, by the Paymaster of the Forces for interest and discount, 154156.
-, sale of Land and Malt tallies to, 5.
-, Stock, enlarging Act, 329.
-, surplus of 9d. Excise for [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], appropriation of, 359; revenue from, amount of, 325.

Bankers' Annuities, 450451, 479, 579, 622, 623.

Banks, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Northants, 628, 655; widow and administratrix of. See Banks, Rachel.

-, Langley, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Lincoln and the City of Lincoln, 278, 322, 563, 657, 693.

-, Rachel, widow and administratrix of John Banks, payment to, 628, 655.

Bannatyne, Robert, surveyor of the landcarriage at the Gates of Edinburgh, 626.

Bannister, John, of Harrington, recommended for employment in the Salt Duties, 594.

-, Richard, a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 171.

Bantry [co. Cork], barracks at, one company of foot at, 545.

Barbados, Captain General and Governor in Chief of, and the rest of the Windward Caribbee Islands. See Lowther, R.
-, Customs officers at. See Bridgetown.
-, Four and a Half per cent. Duty. See Four and a Half.
-, minister for. See Napleton, T.
-, Ordnance stores sent to, 151.
-, President of the Council of, to assist the Surveyor and Auditor of the Revenues, 677.
-, Rebel prisoners shipped at Liverpool for transportation to, 203, 209.
-, Receiver General of. See Barwick, S.
-, Surveyor General of [Customs at]. See Dunbar, C.; Perry, E.

Barcellos, 824.

Barcelona, Spain, 265, 266; Forces sent to, from Port Mahon, provisions for, 828; provisions received for Port Mahon from, 827.
-, University of, barque load of wheat belonging to, 810.

Barclay, George, late minister of Mordington, payment to, 179, 404.

Barefoot, , tenant of a house near Great Swallow Street, 283.

Barge Houses, estimate for repairing, 30.

Barker, Edward, Treasurer to the Governors of our Bounty for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor clergy, issue to, 650.

-, alias Hull, Eliz., wife of John, convicted and executed for coining, 500.

-, John, clerical fee due to, 97.

-, -, Commissary of the Stores upon the Expedition under General Erle, pay for, 264.

-, -, disbursements for carriage and grinding of wheat, etc., 706.

-, -, office rent and measures provided for the Army, payment for, 706.

-, -, late tidesman in Bristol port, petition of, 252.

-, alias Hull, John, convicted and executed for coining, 500; wife of. See Barker, alias Hull, Eliz.

-, Peter, House of Commons order served on, 321.

-, Robert, tenant of a messuage in Pall Mall, 379.

-, Thomas, of Middleton, husbandman, demise of a cottage, 258, 259.

-, William, master of the ship Sarah and Luddia, petition of, 382.

Bar-le-Duc, Bar le Due, France, 219.

Barley, 431; for the Forces, 266; for the Forces in Spain, 559.

Barnaby, Thomas, son in law to Mrs. Parker, recommended for employment in the Customs, 50, 62.

Barnard, Charles, a Commissioner for Licensing Hackney Coaches, 489.

-, Hugh, boatman at Teignmouth, 262.

-, James, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

Barnes, John, late Postmaster of Chichester, estate and debts of, 149, 451.

Barnesley, Hen., a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

Barnett, Thomas, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

Barnstaple, Barnstable, co. Devon, Collector at. See Moore, G.; Rowe, R.; port, 390.

Barnwall (Barnwell), Sir George, pension on the Irish Establishment, 35, 519.

-, Nicholas, esquire, petition of, 35.

Baron, Peter, damages to his Meeting House in Pilkington, 187.

Baronetcy fees, discharge of, 198, 719.

Baronies, named:
-, Delny.
-, Meddale.
-, Mountblairy.
-, Strathisla.

Barr, James, Scottish Herald, 402.

Barrett (Barret), Henry, Commissary or Storekeeper at Port Mahon, 824, 834.

Barrington, Thomas, former landwaiter in Bristol and surveyor at Exeter, petition of, 308.

Barrow upon Humber, Barrow, co. Lincoln, messuages and cottages in, lease of, 234; messuage etc. called Carry Garth (Carrygarth) in, lease of, 234, 452; scite of the manor of Wiscot or Wiscott in, lease of, 126, 452; Somercrofts meadow in, 126, 452.

Barrow, , bill of, 41.

-, Fra., purser of the Mordant, 168.

-, Richard, prosecuting counterfeiters and diminishers of the coin, 500.

Barry, Henry, Baron Barry of Santry, half pay on Irish Establishment, 540.

-, James, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 528.

-, -,Earl of Barrymore, in Spain, 266; regiment of, 734, 736.

-, Mary, widow, pension for, 520.

-, Thomas, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, William, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

Barrymore, Countess Dowager of. See Gash, Catherine.

Barrymore, Earl of. See Barry, James.

Bartholomew, Philip, sometime portioner of Gringfoot, 564.

Bartlett (Bartlet), Edmond, lieutenant, half pay on Irish Establishment, 541.

-, John, master of the John and Sarah, 389.

-, Nath., boatman at Maldon, 646.

Barton, Benjamin, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

-, Katherine, pension for, 536.

-, Mathew, Register and Comptroller of the Lottery anno 1714, 222, 596.

-, William, a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 172.

Barwick, Samuel, esquire, Receiver General of Barbados, to assist the Auditor of the Plantations, 696.

Baskett (Basket), , Alderman, payment to, for hire of carters etc., 706.

-, John, King's Printer, 465; payment to, 95, 136, 662; to furnish the Treasury Office with Statute Books and Sessions Books, 649.

Basleroy, Charles, pension for, 525.

Basnet, William, sufferer at Nevis and St. Christopher, payment to, 686.

Basoche, Philip, pension for, 525.

Bass, Charles le, Army levy money, 200.

Basse Terre, St. Christopher, Customs waiter at. See Young, T.

Bassera, Sir Joseph, money for Port Mahon fortifications, 812.

Bassett, Josiah, demolition of his Meeting House in Kingswinford, 186.

Bastide, Anthony la, captain, pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.

-, Barbut, Francis la, cornet, respited half pay officer, 526.

Baston, , payment to, for giving an information, 500.

Bateman, Sir James, a Trustee for sale of shares of the South Sea Company, 629; resolutions of the South Sea Company, 315; to send an account of dividends upon South Sea Stock, 701.

Bath, co. Somerset, 30, 46, 504.

Baton, Alen, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.

Battely (Battley), Charles, esquire, Second Secondary in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 158, 443, 556.

Batten, William, grandson of Sir William, reservation for, in a grant of lighthouses, 153.

-, Sir William, grant of lighthouses near Harwich, 153.

Battin, , prosecution against the Underwoodward of New Forest, 640.

Battley. See Battely.

Batty, Adam, tidesman in Bristol port, 669.

Baugham. See Bangham.

Bavand, Edward, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, 110.

Baxter, , ground of, in St. James's, 283.

-, Alexander, late Receiver General of Taxes for co. Wilts, 630, 659, 693.

Bayley (Bailey, Baylie, Bayly), , gives an account of tumultuous and rebellious proceedings in Staffordshire, 184185.

-, James, esquire, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses for co. Stafford, 382.

-, -, junior, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Stafford, 278.

-, Jasper, boatman at Lynn Regis, 646.

-, John, pension on the Irish Establishment, 520.

-, Mary, lands at Harwich, 316.

-, Samuel, an agent, petition of, 141.

-, -, demolition of his Meeting House at Dudley, 188.

-, -, gentleman, late Receiver General of Taxes for co. Stafford, 197, 627, 655.

-, -, of Dudley, to prosecute Rebels in cos. Stafford, Worcester and Salop, 626.

-, William, of Rosedale, husbandman, demise of premises in Rosedale, 258.

-, -, lease of premises in co. York, 257.

-, -, tenant of a messuage in Rosedale, 259.

-, -, tenant of premises in Rosedale, 258.

Baylis, William, of Evesham, distributor of stamps for co. Worcester, 599.

Bayly. See Bayley.

Baynes. See Baines.

Baynton, Richard, landwaiter in London port, 595.

Bayse, John, captain, respited half pay officer, 527.

Beaching, William, petition for a reward for conviction of owlers, 696.

Beak, Thomas, gentleman, under clerk of the Privy Council, 251.

Beale, Joseph, messuage and ground of, in St. James's, 282.

Bealing, , Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, petition of, 306.

Bealy, Richard, demolition of his Meeting House in Manchester, 187.

Beamond, William, land in Richmond, 498.

Bean, Duncan, Rebel prisoner transported to Jamaica, 205.

-, Kenedy, Rebel prisoner transported to St. Christopher, 207.

Beans, 389; for the Army, 707.

Beardsworth, , notes of, concerning Rebels convicted of high treason, 483.

Beatreaux Castle, co. Cornwall. See Boscastle.

Beauchamp, James, respited half pay officer, 526.

Beauclerk, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, certificate of, concerning travelling charges for the Band of Gentleman Pensioners, 457; grant of a messuage in Charles Street to, 135; issue to, for wages and liveries of the gamekeepers, 390: Master of the Hawks, fees and allowances, 120, 173, 178, 274, 441, 635; pension for, in lieu of his logwood pension, 120, 173, 184, 444, 635; pension to, on the Irish Establishment, 519.

Beaucours, Elizabeth, pension for, 525.

Beaufort, Duchess Dowager of. See Somerset, Mary.

Beaufort, Duke of. See Somerset, Henry.

Beaulieu, James D', lieutenant colonel, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

Beaumaris, co. Anglesey, port, searcher of, 474.

Beaumont, Edward, deceased, noontender in London port, 595.

-, John, Attorney of the Exchequer Court, Scotland, 402.

Beaver, William, land carriageman, London port, preferred, 390.

Beck, Richard, clerk, lease of a messuage etc. in Barrow, co. Lincoln, 234.

-, Thomas, captain, commander of the Wakefield, 203, 205.

Bedell, Thomas, accomptant to the Commissioners of Transports, 418.

Bedford, county of, Receiver General of Assessments. See Reddall, A.; sheriff of, 181, 373. See also Livesay, J.

Bedford, Benja[min], rent of the house hired for the Czar of Muscovy's minister, 391, 688.

-, Benj[amin], upholsterer, rent of a house, 573.

Bedingfield, Edward, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

Beds, flock for, 679: old, mending and filling, 419; straw, for a hospital, 679.

Bee, Isabella, mending and filling old beds, pillows and rugs, 419.

Beef, 389; at Port Mahon, 811, 824, 827829; for malefactors, 251.

Beer, and cask, for provisioning a ship, 219; for malefactors, 251; for the Army, 707. See also Ale.

Beeston, co. York, 193.

Beeston, Henry, Second Justice of Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan, 144, 364, 412, 709.

Begat, Charles de, pension for, 525.

Begg, Miles, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

Belandrie, Peter, captain, pension for, 524.

Belcastel, Belcastle, [Pierre de], brigadier, heirs and executors of, pension for, 519.
-, regiment of, at the Reduction of Ireland, 521, 526.
-,-, in Flanders, 521, 526. Officers of, pensions for, lists of, 521, 523524, 526; respited half pay, list of, 527528.
-,-, returned into Ireland, 521.

Belclare, in Connaught province, barracks, half a company of foot at, 546.

Beleeke [Belleek], in Connaught province, barracks, two companies of foot at, 546.

Belet, Claudius, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 527.

Belfast, co. Belfast, barracks, two companies of foot at, 546.

Belgium, Conservator of the Privileges of the Scottish nation in. See Kennedy, A.

Belgrade, plains of, victory over the Turks at 46, 570.

Bell, permission to export a, 718.

Bell, David, tidesurveyor at Newcastle, 301; Customs officer in Dundee port, 302.

-, Ralph, esquire, constituted Customer of Hull port, 417.

Bellamy, Edward, boatman at Polperro, 551.

-, Geo., a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

-, -, purser of the Saphire, 167.

Belleau, Le de, pension for, 525.

Belleek, in Connaught province. See Beleeke.

Bellegarde, David, respited half pay officer, 527.

Bellenden (Ballenden, Ballendin), John, Baron Bellenden, Heretable Usher of the Exchequer, Scotland, 403; pension for, 176, 440, 634.

Bellengier, Charles, petition of, 161.

Bellew, [Dorothea], sister of Lord Bellew, pension on the Irish Establishment, 520.

-, John, Baron Bellew, grant of the office of Ranger of Phnix Park. See Smith, Sir T.; pension on the Irish Establishment, 520.

Belloe, Isaac, captain, respited half pay officer, 528.

Bellomont, Lord. See Coote, R.

Belorient, John, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 527.

Belton, , ground of, in St. James's, 282.

Beltrau, Lorenzo, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.

Belturbet [co. Cavan], barracks, one troop of horse at, 546.

Bendyshe (Bendysh), Henry, esquire, payment to, 727; royal bounty for, 138.

Benloe, Thomas, lease of Holy Island, 234.

Bennesade, , brigadier, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.

-, Gab. de, work done or material furnished at Port Mahon, 826.

Bennet, Charles, 2nd Earl of Tankerville, heir at law and devisee of John, Lord Ossulston, his father, payment to, in respect of Fee Farm Rents, 432, 476; Warden, Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, Trent South, fees and allowances, 173, 633, 648.

-, Sir John, Baron Ossulston, heir at law and devisee of. See Bennet, Charles, Earl of Tankerville; purchase of rents in the county of Derby by, 432.

Bennett (Bennet), , colonel, to Hornchurch, House of Commons order served on, 321.

-, Benjamin, Lieutenant and Commander in Chief of the Bermuda or Summer Islands, 638; Lieutenant Governor of the Bermuda or Summer Islands 173, 444.

-, Geo., tidewaiter at Dumfries, 290.

-, Isaac, tidesman in Bristol port, 389.

-, Thomas, clerical fee due to, 97.

-, William, Deputy Comptroller of Lyme Regis port, superannuated, 647.

-, Sir William, Commissioner of Excise in Scotland, 248.

Bennorman, Mark, Rebel prisoner transported to St. Christopher, 207.

Benson, , grant of the reversions of the offices of Auditors of Imprests, 14.

-, -, lieutenant colonel, captain in the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 100.

-, Richard, a surety for John Andrews, 653.

-, Robert, quarter master, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 540.

-, -, Baron of Bingley, Ambassador to the King of Spain, 136, 151.

Bentenreider, Monsieur. See Pendterriedter, C. von.

Bentheim, Bentham, Hanover, 297.

Bentley, Edward, disbursements for wherries employed at Greenwich, 419.

-, -, waterman to the Commissioners of Transports, 418.

-, Dr. Richard, King's Library Keeper, fee, 180, 445, 661.

Beranger, Moses, of London, esquire or merchant, accounts of Sir H. Furnace, 1; bills of exchange, 46, 50, 61, 65, 379, 588, 713; loans by, 284, 573, 573574; proposal for remitting to Minorca and Gibraltar, 6; tin in Holland in the hands of, 48.

Berbaran, Dom., sergeant, taken prisoner, claim for full pay, 846.

Bere, Bier, Forest [co. Southampton], felling in, 162, 275.

Bere, Tho., a Commissioner of the Victualling, 505.

Berensdorff. See Bernstorff.

Bergavenny (Abergavenny), Lord. See Nevill, George.

Berisford, Thomas, demolition of his Meeting House in Shrewsbury, 188.

Berkeley (Berkleley), Isabella, widow, pension on the Irish Establishment, 520.

-, James, 3rd Earl of Berkeley, a Lord of the Admiralty, 314; Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 74, 222, 384, 597; Lord Warden and Constable of the Forest of Dean, 173, 178, 412, 437, 640, 709; memorial of, 377; petition of, 161.

-, John, 4th Viscount Fitz-Hardinge, a Teller of the Exchequer, house of, 703.

Berkshire, county of, preserving the game in, 274; Receiver General of Taxes for. See Ambrose, L.; Shermer, J.

Berkshire, Earl of. See Howard, Henry Bowes.

Berlin, Germany, 224 bis; Postmaster General at, 224.

Bermudas, The, or Summer Islands, Lieutenant and Commander in Chief of. See Bennett, B.; Lieutenant Governor of, salary and allowance in lieu of presents, 173, 444, 638. See also Bennett, B.; minister going to. See Prince, J.; one Independent Company at, clearings and offreckonings for, 503; subsistence for, 19; Surveyor General of [Customs at]. See Dunbar, C.; Perry, E.

Bermudian Valley, Antigua, Customs waiter at. See Tweedy, J.

Bernard, Anthony, captain, respited half pay officer, 528.

Bernarde, James, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 526.

Bernatre, Daniel, colonel, pension for, 536.

Bernstorff, Baron von, Berenstorff, Monsieur. See Gottlieb, A.

Berriman. See Berryman.

Berry, Richard, cornet, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 537.

-, Thomas, purser of the Oxford, 168.

-, William, lieutenant colonel, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 537.

Berryman (Berriman), Roger, recommended as landwaiter at Plymouth, 296; waiter and searcher at Totnes, 132, 296297.

Bertie, the Honourable James, a guardian and trustee for Henry, Duke of Beaufort, and Charles, Lord Noel Somerset, his brother, infants, 448.

Berwick, county of, [Excise] collection of, collector of, additional salary for, 651; Sheriff of, 492. See also Hume, Patrick, Earl of Marchmont; Sheriffdom of, lands and estates of Cockburnspath and Old Cambus in, 493.

Berwick, co. Northumberland. 181, 493.
-, Corporation of, memorial of, 24; petition of, concerning loss of houses, 32.
-, Mayor of, payment for, towards the repair of the bridge over the Tweed, 633.
-, Port, 702; Collector of. See Moore, G; Comptroller of. See Frankling, W.; riding surveyor. See Hunter, W.

Bessiere, Anthony, money borrowed from, for Port Mahon fortifications, 812; Adjutant to the Garrison of Port Mahon, affidavits made by, 832.

Betagh, William, running goods in Ireland, committed to Newgate and discharged, 109, 458459.

Bethel, Ralph, payment to, 44.

Bethome, Edward, Surveyor in Poole port, superannuated, 497.

Bethune, France, 808; military auditor of. See Cramer, J. L.

Bette, Henriette de, pension for, 525.

Betteson, Robert, tenant of a messuage etc. in Hogsthorpe, 256.

Betty, Claud, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 537.

-, Fra., Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

Beverton, William, petition of, 8687.

Biball, Eliz., royal bounty for, 367; daughter of. See Laverny, S.

Bickerstaff, Philip, captain, debt for Salt Duties, 363.

Bickerton, Christopher, tidesurveyor at Plymouth, 497.

Bideford, co. Devon, 552; Collector of. See Jones, [C.]; Mayor and Merchants of, petition of, to make their Quay a lawful Quay, 57, 463, 497, 646. See also Brick, G.; Smith, T.; Willis, R.; port, 647.

Bier, Forest. See Bere.

Bigg, Thomas, et al., management of the estate of William Cotton, an idiot, petition for, 589.

Biggins, Briggins, , widow, lease of old houses in the Savoy, 57.

Biggot, John, tenant, 256.

Bignal, John, House of Commons order served on, 321.

Bigos, John, Lieut., pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.

Bilboa, prisoners at, subsistence of, 199.

Bill, Alice, King's Herbstrewer, livery for, 313.

Billings, Robert, tenant of premises in St. James's, 283.

Billingsley, Capell, clerk to the Attorney General, fee of, 443, 619.

Billon, Peter, captain, taken prisoner, claim for full pay, 841.

Bills, risque of, allowance for, 243246.

Bills of Exchange. See Exchange.

Bills of Mortality. See London.

Bilston, Bilson, co. Stafford, sufferers by riots in, damages for, 185, 186.

Bingley, Lord. See Benson, R.

Binks, Samuel, Customer of Southampton port, 623.

Birch (Burch), John, boatman at Maldon, 646.

-, -, Serjeant at Law, a Commissioner for enquiring into the estates of Traitors, 83, 261, 510.

-, Richard, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, Thomas, Sheriff of co. Stafford, 249.

Bird, Geo., Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

-, Moses, of West Bromwich, damaged in goods, 186.

Birendorff, John de, esquire, pension for, 229, 303, 304.

Birmingham, co. Warwick, Meeting House, demolished in a riot, 188.

Births, Duty on. See Marriages.

Biscuits, Bisket, Biskets, Biskett, Bisquet, Bisquett, at San Felipe castle, account of, 827829, 833; for provisioning a ship, 219; for the Army, 707; sent to Alicante, 824; sold at Port Mahon, 811.

Bishop, Lawrence, debt of, 140.

-, Thomas, contractor with the victualling office at Plymouth, petition of, 719.

Bisket, Biskett. See Biscuits.

Bisquet, Bisquett. See Biscuits.

Bisse. See Blisse.

Bissett, [And.], brigadier, detachment of Guards under, 119.

-, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Polruan, 291.

Blachyndem, Pierce, tidesman at Plymouth, 291.

Black, Patrick, tidewaiter at Orkney, 289.

-, William, watchman of the Salt Duty in Scotland, 442.

Black Rod, See Gentleman Usher.

Black Torrington, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Blackbank, in Ulster province, barracks, half a company of foot at, 546.

Blackburn, co. Lancaster, hundred, Coroner of, 485.

Blackburn, Jonathan, Sheriff of co. Lancaster, 700.

Blacker, John, lieutenant, half pay on Irish Establishment, 544.

Blackheath, co. Kent, Commissioners for Land Tax for the Division of, petition of, 144.

Blackheath, co. Surrey, hundred, 279, 556.

Blackley, Blakeley [in Manchester], co. Lancaster, Meeting House, damaged in a riot, 187.

Blackman, Thomas, noontender in London port, 373.

-, -, tidesman, London port, 390.

Blackmanship, , in custody, 5.

Blackstone, , memorial of, 37.

Blackwall, in London port, 291.

Blackwood, James, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

Bladen, Martin, a Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 653, 710; certificate by, 91.

Blagney (Blagny). See Motte Blagney.

Blaignac, Baron de. See Dumont G.

Blair (Blaire), , captain, recommendation for, 35.

-, Adam, captain, pension for, 536.

-, David, a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 172.

-, James, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

-, John, grant of a Few Duty to, 431.

Blake, Henry, King's Waiter, Bristol port, 123.

-, John, post entries of brandies and rum imported above proof, 423.

Blakeley, co. Lancaster. See Blackley.

Blakiston, , colonel, recommendation from, 29.

Blanchard, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Fareham, 132.

Blanckley, Anne, Ann [? Jane], cleaning the Office for Duties on Hides and Houses, 129, 217.

-, John, deceased, porter attending the door of the Office for Duties on Hides and Houses, 129, 217218.

Bland, , brigadier, 70.

-, Humphrey, major, going express to Barcelona, payment for, 266.

-, Margaret, Housekeeper to the Salt Office, salary, 91.

-, Nathanael, late of London, prisoner in York Castle, seizure of his cottages in Beeston and Shelf, 57, 193, 645.

Blaney, Lord. See Blayney.

Blankets, for an Army hospital, 679.

Blathwaite (Blathwayt, Blathwayte), , 27, 40, 41.

-, William, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 172, 449, 621; Auditor General of the Plantations, 192, 270, 489; executors of, payment of his salary to, 639; Surveyor and Auditor General of all revenues in America, 677.

Blayney (Blaney), Cadwallader, Lord Blayney, pension for, 536.

Blechinden, John, Major of Brigade, pay for, 265.

Blewet, John, tidesman and boatman at Mousehole, 551.

Blisse (Bisse, Bysse), S[tephen], a Commissioner of the Equivalent, 322, 339, 361, 460461.

Blockley, Blockly, co. Worcester, 395.

Blofield, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.

Bloodworth, George, order for a Bankers' annuity, 623.

Bloss, , widow, land at Harwich, 316.

-, Margarett, messuage at Harwich, 316.

Blossett, . regiment of, 734, 735.

Blount, Robert, esquire, a Page of Honour to her late Majesty. wages and board wages for, 96,

Blower, Eliz[abeth], at Oxford, damages for, 189.

Blowing, Nicholas, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Gibbon, J.

Blundell, , executed at Wigan, 106.

-, Benja[min], junior, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Leicester, 277.

Blunt, Charles, Paymaster of the 2,000,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 145; Paymaster of the Classis Lottery anno 1711, 512, 631; Receiver of the Class Lottery 1711, 620.

-, John, a Trustee for sale of shares of the South Sea Company, 629.

Blyke, Theophilus, Commissary of Musters in Spain and Deputy to James Craggs, 559, 682.

Boden, , widow, memorial for a pension, 68.

Bodens, William Abra[ha]m, late Collector of Drogheda, debt due to the Crown from, 33, 34, 35, 468.

Bodvile (Bodville), Charles, 2nd Earl of Radnor, pension for, 717; Treasurer of the Chamber, 102, 169, 242, 274, 390, 396, 467, 476, 481, 572, 577, 622, 644, 688, 719.

Bogdani, James, lease of piccage, Stallage, tolls and mills of Hitchin, 107; wife of, daughter to Samuel Hemming, 107.

Bohmte, Boomte, Hanover, 297, 298.

Boisrond, Hector de, lieutenant, taken prisoner, claim for full pay, 842.

-, Samuel de, lieutenant colonel, pension for, 522.

Boissieres, Sieur, contract for corn for the Forces in Spain, 559.

Boissonade, Saml. la, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 526.

Boiton, Peter, pension for, 525.

Boitous, John, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

Boking, Thomas, notary public, translating vouchers out of Spanish into English, 683.

Bolsters, 545, 679.

Bolton, Duke of. See Poulett, C.

Bolton, [Charles], Register to the Commissioners for Licensing Hackney Coaches, 385.

Bon, Joseph, money borrowed from, for Port Mahon fortifications, 812.

Bond, , Mrs., stables and yard of, in Piccadilly, 257.

-, Dennis, a Commissioner for enquiring into the estates of Traitors, 83, 261, 510.

-, William, and others, payment to, for guarding and attending condemned men, 106.

Bonde, Charles Franois de la, Sieur d'Iberville, Envoy Extraordinary from France, 563, 587.

Bone lace makers, report about, 57.

Bonnable, Susanna, pension for, 525.

Bonner, William, of the County Palatine of Durham, a surety of Robert Johnson, esquire, bond of, 121.

Bonneval, Anthony, Chaplain on the Irish Establishment, pension for, 522.

Bontons, James, ensign, respited half pay officer, 527.

Bonvillette, John Francis, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

Boogaert, Herman Vander, children of, pension for, 146.

Books and pamphlets, Duty on, 237. titles of:
-, Cambridge Address and Partridge's Predictions, 124.
-, English Advice to the Freeholders of England, 703.
-, English Advice to the Freeholders of Great Britain, 392.
-, Howels and the Non-Jurors' Doctrine Exposed, 124.
-, Husband's Collections in two volumes, 684.
-, Monetary Waiters, 44.
-, Parliamentary History, 48.
-, Rymer's Fdera, 62, 667, 684.
-, Scobell's Volumes of Acts, 684.
-, the Bishops' Declaration against the Rebellion, 124.
-, Tindal's Continuation of Rapin, 44, 48.
-, Vectigalium Systema (William Edgar), 105, 132.

Boomte, Hanover. See Bohmte.

Booth, , counsel for the King at the trials of the Rebels at Liverpool, 494.

-, George, 2nd Earl of Warrington, pension for, 301, 304.

Bor. See Borr.

Borer, Reuben, gardener of Somerset House, 573.

Boreton, co. Bucks. See Bourton.

Borlase, John, an Agent for Tin, 714.

Borr (Bor), Jacob, brigadier, payment to, 122.

Borret (Borrett), , former Treasury Solicitor, 140, 195.

-, -, report by, 41.

-, William, a Manager and Director of a Lottery, 447, 703.

-, -, payment by, 120.

Borrows, , captain, a clerk of Excise dismissed by, 96.

Borrowstounness, co. Linlithgow, 229; Collector of. See Crawford, J.; officer of the Salt Duty in, 229, 626; port, 320; Salt officer at, 493; watchman of the Salt at, 290.

Borsseles (Borsele, Borselle), Monsieur Van [Philips Jacob van Borssele van der Hooge), Envoy from Holland, wine of, passing the Customs, 112; Envoy from the States General, memorial of, 364; goods of, coming from Holland, 599.

Borthwick, John, Salt officer in Borrowstounness, 229.

Boscastle, Beatreaux Castle, co. Cornwall, Customs preventive officer at, 552.

Boscawen, Hugh, Comptroller of the Household, 673, 713; gift of plate to, at the christening of his child, 713; lease of his house in Whitehall, 382, 447, 673; Vice Treasurer and Receiver General of revenues in Ireland, and Treasurer at War in Ireland, patent of appointment, 587.

-, William, lease of premises in Whitehall, 679.

Bosch, Mathew, pension for, 672.

Bostock, , Mrs., payment to, for necessaries for the Grand Jury, 483.

Boston, co. Lincoln, port, 79; Collector of. See Johnson, W.; Oldfield, S.; Comptroller of. See Oliver, M.; Customer of. See Oldfield, S.

Boston, New England. 260; ship from, 190.

Boteler, John, a Commissioner of the Equivalent, 460461.

Bothmer (Bothmar), Count, kitchen and rooms for, at Hampton Court, 273, 712; lodgings at Hampton Court, furniture for, 652.

Bottinger, Monsieur, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Wolfenbuttel, 570.

Bottomley (Bothomley), Gerard, a Manager and Director of a Lottery [as by 3 Geo. 1, c. 7], 447, 703.

Bouch, William, lease of premises in St. Albans Street, etc., 429430.

Bouchereau, , underkeeper of the Public Library at Dublin, pension for, 520.

Boucherie, John, Quarter Master, pension for, 524.

Bouchetiere, [Charles Janvre La], colonel, regiment of, 734, 735.

Bouchier (Bourchier), Dr. [Thomas], Professor of Law, Oxford University, payment to, 178, 445.

Bougham, Robert, tenant, 256.

Boughton, David, Surveyor of Deal port, complaint against, 408,578.

-, Jessop, Registering Customs seizures in Scotland during the vacancy of that office, 492; Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, Scotland, 395.

-, See also Broughton.

Bound, John, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 432, 637, 711.

Bourchier, Edward, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 543.

-, See also Bouchier.

Boure, , corn for Port Mahon, 812.

Bourk, James, doorkeeper, fee due to, 97.

Bourne, co. Sussex. See Eastbourne.

Bourne, Nicholas, Comptroller of the Warehouse for pepper and coffee, 132, 647.

Bourton, Boreton, co. Bucks, 303.

Bover, Sieur, contract for corn for the Forces in Spain, 559.

Bow, James, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

Bowdidge, John, esquire, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Somerset, 14, 279; gone off with public moneys, 378, 394, 397, 631, 718; securities for. See Henley, J.; Trenchard, G.

Bowen, John, Surveyor of Leigh, 46, 311, 476; pension for, 33.

-, Philip, landcarriageman, London port, 78; surveyor of the Quays, London port, 79.

-, Thomas, an underclerk of the Treasury, 21, 22, 23, 24, 210, 385, 591, 728.

Bower, William, of Bread Street, lost Lottery order, 241.

Bowes, John, tidesurveyor at Howdon Panns, 78.

Bowles (Bowls), Charles, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

-, James, intention to quit the office as Collector of North Potomac River in the province of Maryland, 713.

-, Phineas, brigadier, 70; placed on the Establishment of Great Britain, 122.

regiment of, 502, 542, 734, 769; swords for, 720.

-, [William], Deputy Remembrancer of Scotland, 345.

-, William, clerk to a judge at the trial of the Rebels at Carlisle, 202.

-, -, Solicitor to the Exchequer Court of Scotland, 402.

Bowtell, Samuel, payment to, for employment on Lottery orders, 260.

Boyall, John, Sheriff of co. Rutland 314.

Boyd, William, 3rd Earl of Kilmarnock, pension for, 175, 440, 466, 634.

Boyer, John, lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 528.

-, -, Quarter Master, pension on the Irish Establishment, 521.

Boyle [co. Roscommon], barracks, one troop of Horse at, 546.

Boyle, Alexr., Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, annuity for, 123; Receiver of the Alienation Office, patent determined, 417; regiment [Royal Scots Fusiliers] of, 99, 671, 735, 760, 781, 854.

-, Henrietta Constance, widow, pension for, 525; daughter of. See Boyle, Mary.

-, Henry, Baron Carleton of Carleton, premises in Pall Mall in the possession of, 254, 379.

-, John, recommended to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 39, 498; royal bounty for, 39.

-, Mary, daughter of Henrietta Constance, pension for, 525.

-, Richard, 2nd Viscount Shannon, assignments from, 649; Commander in Chief of an Expedition in 1710, equipage for, 268; regiment of Foot, 502.

-, William, a Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, 624.

Braboin, William, Clerk and Steward to the Judge at the trial of Rebels at Preston, 202.

Bracco, co. Banff. See Braco.

Brace, Francis, esquire, petition of, 25, 67, 392.

-, -, gentleman, employed to prosecute R. Thomson at the Bedford Assizes, payment to, 703704.

Bracebridge, [Samuel], a member of the House of Commons, 185.

Bracegirdle, John, tidesman in Bristol, port, 27, 397, 669; to be tidesurveyor, 648.

Braco, Bracco, co. Banff, 470.

Bracys, Charles de Bezne de, pension for, 525.

Braddock, William, affidavit of, 106.

Braddyll, Roger, assignee in a commission of bankrupt awarded against Sir S. Evans and W. Hales, annuity vested in, 579.

Bradenhope, Jesse, clerical fee due to, 97.

Bradgate, Jervais, Receiver General of Taxes for Leicestershire, 8, 107, 144, 306, 413.

Bradshaw, Henry, of Newcastle under Lyme, damaged in his goods and chattels, 185.

Brady, , work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 827.

Bragante, Simon, money for the fortifications of Port Mahon, 812.

Braint, John, collector for New River Water, 232.

Branch, Sebastian, sufferer at Nevis and St. Christopher, payment of interest on a debenture, 687.

Brand, , 22, 38.

-, -, embellisher, letter about, 67.

-, or Bring, , a Swede, ship freighted by, 173.

Brandshagen, Justus, sent to Scotland to try a silver mine, payment to, 134, 374375, 375, 464.

Brandy and Brandies, for Malefactors, 251; for Roscow, seizure of, 481; for the Army, 707; from France, Spain and the West Indies, 701; imported above proof, post entries for, 423, 582, 701; imported by commanders of Navy ships, complaint against, 512; in a ship cast away in Cardiff port, duty on, 409; running, report on, 33; seizure of, 395.

Branted, co. Devon. See Braunton.

Brassalay, John, captain, pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.

Braunton, Branted, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Bray, co. Berks, manor of, King's tenants in, petition of, 22, 368; preserving the game at, 274.

Bray, in Leinster province, barracks, one Foot company at, 545.

Braydon Forest, co. Wilts, lease of Slyfield Lodge and land in, 453.

Bread, for malefactors, 251; for Portuguese Troops, 574; for the Army or Forces, 266, 707, 720, 738, 803810; sold at Port Mahon, 811.

Bread Waggons, 720, 803810.

Breads, Leonard, riding officer at Lewes, 291.

Breakes, John, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses for co. Durham, 487.

Brechin, Bishopric of, Collector of rents in. See Murray, A.

Brecon, county of, Chief Justice of. See Wright, W.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Burton, S.; Howell, G.; Powell, C.; Second Justice of. See Whitaker, E.

Brenden, John, Rebel prisoner transported to Maryland or Virginia, 207.

Brent, [Edward], a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 15.

-, Humphrey, a Customs Commissioner, Scotland, 131.

-, -, a Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 182.

Brereton, Thomas, clerk attending the King in his progress to Hanover, 139.

Bret, James, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.

-, See also Brett.

Breton, Fra., Clerk of the Assize and Clerk of the Arraigns at the trial of the Rebels at Carlisle, 202; Clerk of the Crown and Clerk of the Arraigns at the trial of the Rebels at Preston, 202.

Breton Ferry, co. Glamorgan. See Briton Ferry.

Brett, Richard, demolition of his Meeting House in West Bromwich, 186.

-, Thomas, of West Bromwich, damaged in his goods, 186.

-, See also Bret.

Brewcer. See Brewster.

Brewers' forfeitures. See Excise.

Brewster, alias Brewcer, John, tenant, 256.

Brewster, Richard, of Middleton, husbandman, demise of a cottage in Middleton, co. York, 258, 259.

-, Robert, tenant of messuages etc. in Middleton, co. York, 259.

-, Thomas, of Middleton, husbandman, demise of a cottage in Middleton, co. York, 258, 259.

Brian. See Bryan.

Brick, George, merchant of Bideford, 497.

Bridgedale co. Lincoln. See Hogsthorpe.

Bridges, George, memorial of, 40.

-, -, esquire, Master Keeper of the South Bailiwick in New Forest, 505.

Bridgetown, Bridge Town, Barbados, Collector of Customs at, salary of, 552; clerks, to, salary of, 552.
-, Comptroller of Customs at, salary of, 552.

Bridgewater, Bridgwater, co. Somerset, port, Comptroller of. See Melliar, J.; Customer of. See Allen, J.

Bridgin, Benjamine, of Stourbridge, clothier, information by, 7980.

Briggins. See Biggins.

Briggs, Daniel, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

-, Hugh, Comptroller of Chester port, 474.

-, Hugo, searcher of the port of Chester, Beaumaris and Liverpool, 474.

-, Thomas, doctor of physic at Liverpool, petition for payment for attending sick Rebels, 22, 315, 372.

Brihuega, Spain, 100, 286.

Brill, the [Holland], 478.

Bring. See Brand.

Brisac, Eliza[beth], pension for, 525.

-, Magdalena, pension for, 525.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, City of, merchants of, 380, 446; Receiver of Assessments for. See Hutchins, B.; Rodbard, J.
-, port, Collector of, 252. See also Sansom, J.
-,-, Customer Inwards of. See Stephens, N.
-,-, Customer Outwards of. See Fitzherbert, H.
-,-, King's Waiters in. See Blake, H.; Nash, E.; Williams, J.
-,-, landwaiter in, 308.
-,-, tidesmen in, 55, 132, 252, 389, 397, 648, 668669; list of, 669.
-,-, tidesurveyor at, 648.
-,-, warehousekeeper at, 181.
-,-, weighing porters in, 132, 181.

Bristol, Earl of. See Hervey, John.

Bristow, Robert, a Commissioner for Stating the Army Debts, 191, 458, 495, 598 716, 735, 738, 857.

Briton Ferry, Breton Ferry, co. Glamorgan, waiter and searcher at, 497.

Brixham, co. Devon, waiter and searcher at, 106, 373.

Brixton, East, co. Surrey, hundred, 278.

Brixton, West, co. Surrey, hundred, 278.

Brock, John, boatman at Sidmouth in Exeter port, 615.

Brockenborough, Samuel, assignee of J. Hoyle, 579; assignee of. See Hayter, W.

Broderick, Lord. See Brodrick.

Brodie, Alexander, Comptroller of Inverness port, 624.

-, George, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 543.

-, James, assistant to the Storekeeper at Port Mahon, 834.

Brodrick (Broderick), Alan, Baron Brodrick of Midleton, afterwards Viscount Midleton, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 270.

Brokerage, rate of, 243246.

Bromhall, Thomas, captain, commander of the Susannah, 203, 206.

Bromley, William, Secretary of State to Queen Anne, 153, 161, 602.

Bromstead, Charles, petition of, 43.

Brook (Brooke, Brookes), George, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

-, Mary, lease of ground in Jermyn Street, etc., 427.

Brooking, William, of London, merchant, petition of, 714.

Brooklands, co. Surrey. See Weybridge.

Brooks, James, a trustee for Mary Ecklin, petition of, 88; payment to, 658, 693.

Brooksby, William, boatman at Deal, 390.

Brookside [co. Lancaster], 484.

Brooms, for the House of Commons, 320321, 724; for the Treasury Office, 592.

Brothercross, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.

Brougham, , Receiver of Taxes for Cumberland and Westmorland, 7.

-, Daniel, a Surveyor of Newcastle port, 702.

Broughton (Boughton), Andrew, of London, merchant, a surety of Robert Johnson, esquire, bond of, 121.

-, John, of Grays Inn, a security for James Dixon, 270, 287.

Brousse, John la, captain, respited half pay officer, 527.

Brown (Browne), , messuages in Piccadilly in the tenure of, 257.

-, Anthony, Customs waiter at Willoughby Bay, Antigua, 553.

-, Edwd., underhorsekeeper at St. James's, allowance to, 390.

-, Francis, a Commissioner for Hawkers and Pedlars Duties, 498.

-, John, gentleman, royal bounty for, 197, 216.

-, -, inn holder, White Horse Inn in the possession of, 256.

-, -, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, -, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

-, Jonathan, Collector of Salt Duties at Nantwich, 86.

-, Mark, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, Niman, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, Robert, late Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Norfolk, 8, 413, 464.

-, -, Scottish Herald, 402.

-, Samuel, demolition of his Meeting House in Shrewsbury, 188.

-, William, appointed a tidewaiter at Montrose, 320.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 539.

Browning, James, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

-, Jane, relict of Micha. Browning, pension for, in consideration of the loss of her husband in breaking the boom on the river Derry, 177, 439, 633.

-, Micha., late commander of the Mountjoy of Londonderry, 633; relict of. See Browning, Jane.

Broxholme, Thomas, demise of a messuage etc. in Barrow, 234.

Bruce, , captain, convicted for high treason and executed, 483.

-, Alexander, 4th Earl of Kincardine, pension revoked, 466.

-, -, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

-, Alexr., Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

-, Edward, Collector of the Salt at Campbelltown, 290.

-, Ja., Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.

-, James, esquire, a Comptroller of Army Accounts, 161, 388, 670, 699.

-, Robert, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.

-, -, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

Brudenel (Brudenal, Brudenall, Brudenell, Brudnall), James, Master of the Jewel Office, 97, 123, 183, 229, 251, 259, 300, 301, 372, 410, 431, 610, 701, 710.

-, [Thomas], regiment of, 734, 736.

Bruere, Richard, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.

Bruges, Belgium, 219.

Brugiere, Mary, pension for, 525.

Bruleray, James le, respited half pay officer, 527.

Bruliet, Paul, taken up and secured, 463.

Bruneval, Mary, pension for, 525.

Brunswick, Duke of, agent to. See Decker, Sir M.

Brunswick Luneburg, Duke of, Troops of, pay for, 60, 664; payment due to, 49; Treaty for taking into service, 60, 664.

Brunville, Michel, Lieut., pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.

Brunyer, James, Cornet, pension on the Irish Establishment, 521.

Brussels, Belgium, 219; Secretary at. See Leathes, W.

Bruze, Mary de, pension for, 524.

Bryan (Brian), John, demolition of his Meeting House in Shrewsbury, 188.

-, Mathew, lieutenant, pension for, 523.

Bryans Bridge, in Connaught province, barracks, one company of foot at, 546.

Brydges, James, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon, late Paymaster of the Forces, 201, 243, 616, 691, 737, 810, 829.
-, accounts, 70, 9798, 99, 115116, 118, 127, 130, 200, 220, 242247, 263, 264268, 496, 558560, 722, 804.
-, bills of exchange, 161.
-, imprest money repaid by, 264.
-, letters of, 58, 384.
-, loans by, 603, 678.
-, making out debentures, 687.
-, memorials of, 64, 98, 113, 199, 201, 269, 384.
-, Office of, certificates from, 1, 2, 42, 44; House of Commons order served on, 321.
-, patent of, suspended, 9798.
-, payments to, 114, 239, 331.
-, petition of, 199.
-, report from, 62.

Bubb, George, Envoy, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Catholic King, 75, 98, 225, 455, 610; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Court of Madrid, 98.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Anne.

Buchan, Earl of. See Erskine, David.

Buckby, Walter, tidesman, London port, 291.

Buckeridge, Arthur, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

Buckingham, county of, lace sellers in, 623.
-, preserving the game in, 274.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Hartley, W.; Horton, A.; Rogers, J.
-, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses, 101.
-, Sheriff of, 181, 373. See also Hillersden, J.; Leapidge, J.
-, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, 101.

Buckingham, Duke of. See Sheffield, J.

Buckland, Joseph, petition for a lease of houses in and near Ayr Street, 322.

Buckleigh, , Navy payment allowed to, 167.

Buckley, , letter from, about coiners, 51, 620.

-, Samuel, payment to, for furnishing printed copies of letters, 48, 598.

Buckworth, John, lands in Richmond, 498.

Bude, co. Devon, 552.

Budgell, Eustace, Comptroller General and Receiver General and Accomptant General in Ireland, 40, 513.

Budleigh, East, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Budleigh, West, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Buissiere, Paul, formerly Surgeon General to the Army in Ireland, accounts, 63, 679680.

Bulley (Bully), Thomas, employment in the Customs, 41; riding officer at Fowey, 551, 552.

Bullion, carried in ships of war for the Forces abroad, 559.

Bully. See Bulley.

Bunbury (Burnbury), , scandalous letters, 5.

-, Robert, an under clerk of the Treasury, 22, 210, 385, 591, 728.

Burch. See Birch.

Burchet (Burchett), John, esquire, lease of a messuage called Brooklands in Weybridge, 121, 200, 276.

-, Josiah, Secretary to the Admiralty, 108, 261, 498, 512, 642, 651, 717.

Burdekin, Thomas, Comptroller of Lynn port, 665.

Burdus (Burdin), Thomas, esquire, Paymaster of the Civil List Lottery, 296, 512, 607, 631.

Bureau, Peter, pension for, 525.

Burgess, , a surety for William Cobb, 387.

-, John, tidesman in Newcastle port, 647.

Burgh, William, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

-, -, Comptroller General and Receiver General and Accomptant General in Ireland, 40, 513.

Burglars. See Felons.

Burglary, person apprehended for, 78.

Burgoyne, Roger, Clerk of the Estreats, in the Court of Common Pleas, fee of, 439.

Burmingham, George, tenant of premises in Rosedale, 258.

-, Jane, tenant of premises in Rosedale, 258.

Burnaby, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 647.

Burnbury. See Bunbury.

Burne, John, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

-, -, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.

Burnet (Burnett), , executed at Liverpool, 106.

-, Gilbert, Commissioner of Excise in Scotland, 248.

-, William, esquire, Comptroller General of the Customs Accounts, petition of, 63, 604, 686.

Burniston, Charles, petition of, to be restored as warehousekeeper for prohibited East India goods, 46, 57, 582.

Burrard, Paul, esquire, a Commissioner for Taxes, 211, 367, 382, 590, 719, 729.

Burrell (Burrill), , ground of, in St, James's, 283.

-, Robert, assignment of land in St. James's bailiwick, 376.

Burridge, John, estate of, extended for Wine duties, petition of, 686, 709.

Burrill. See Burrell.

Burrows (Burrough, Burroughs, Burrowes), , captain, accounts of the First Commissary for the shire of Midlothian, 548.

-, Charles, messuages etc. at Harwich in the tenure of, 317.

-, Edward, tenant of a messuage in High Holborn, 370.

-, Hicks, under clerk attending the House of Commons, 479; employment for his son in law, C. Thornton, 51, 463..

-, Isaac, Office Keeper attending the King in his progress to Hanover, 139.

-, Rebecca, at Oxford, damages for, 189.

Bursick, George, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.

Burston, , colonel, letter in favour of, 35.

Burton, Joseph, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

-, Lancelot, a Manager and Director of the Lottery [as by 3 Geo. I, c. 7], 447, 703; Commissioner for executing loans upon South Sea Stock, payment to, 109; Receiver of the Contributions to the Queen's Lottery anno 1713, allowance to, 119.

-, Richard, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 544.

-, -, accounts of the Treasurer of the Navy, 165, 169, 558, 683.

-, -, et al., petition of, 37.

-, Robert, Undersearcher of London port, 112.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Assessments for cos. Brecon, Radnor and Montgomery, 278.

-, -, Receiver of the Savoy rents, 63, 67, 649, 674, 700; estimate for repairing houses in the Savoy, 58; report by, 41.

Burwood, John, House of Commons order served on, 321.

Bury, John, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Nottingham, 279, 309, 368, 627, 655, 657, 693.

-, Sir Thomas, a, Baron of the Exchequer, 241.

Busby, Nedham, distributor of stamps for co. Oxford, 124.

Bush, [James], major, of the Marines, 164.

Bushey Park. See Hampton Court.

Bute, Earl of. See Stewart, James.

Butler (Buttler), , regiment of, 734, 736.

-, Charles, 2nd Earl of Arran, Ranger of Bagshot Park, fee of, 438.

-, Elizabeth, Lady, daughter of the Duchess of Ormonde, annuity, 56, 78, 198.

-, George, quarter master, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 540.

-, James, colonel or captain, of Col. Fane's regiment, Commander of the guard of the Rebels at Liverpool, 204, 260261, 315, 372373.

-, -, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541.

-, -, Duke of Ormonde, Attainder of, 198; Act of 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 17, and Private Act of 1 Geo. I, St. 2, c. 41, concerning the, 8.

Commander in Chief in Flanders, pay for, 264.

debts of, 71.

estate of, 6, 7, 198, 377, 479.

house of, at Richmond, 64, 607, 678.

Receiver of the Rents of. See Henry, H.

surviving trustee named in the will of the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, 8.

troops that refused to march with, papers about, 384.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541.

-, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, annuity, 56, 7, 198; Solicitor to. See Clayton, .

-, Roger, Inspector of wrecks, 214.

-, Theobald, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.

-, -, late a captain of Foot, half pay for, 409.

-, Thomas, pension for, 34, 489.

Butter, for provisioning a ship, 219; for the Army, 707.

Butterworth, Thomas, junior, demolition of his Meeting House in Manchester, 187.

-, -, senior, demolition of his Meeting House in Manchester, 187.

Buttler. See Butler.

Butts, John, petition of, 41.

Byam, Edward, esquire, Lieutenant Governor of Antigua, allowance to, 123, 285, 318, 375, 649.

-, William, aged 35, one of the Council of the Island of Antigua, 251.

Byde, John, Surveyor of the Outports, 96.

Byerley, Robert, colonel of a regiment of Horse (Carabineers), debts of, due to his regiment, 732733; voted as a member of the Commission for Army Debts, 733.

-, Thomas, Collector and Receiver General of Customs, Excise and quit rents in New York, 143, 270.

Byfield, , landwaiter and searcher at Wells in Norfolk, 463.

-, Nathaniel, tenant of a messuage in High Holborn, 370.

Byndish, William, esquire, attending the Treasury about poor Germans desiring to return home, 586.

Byng, Sir George (Sir John), a Lord of the Admiralty, 314; money for the fortifications of Port Mahon, 810, 811; money received for careening gear, 811; provisions sold to, at Port Mahon, 828; secretary to. See Corbett, T.; stores sold out of San-Felipe castle, 811.

Byron, William, 4th Baron Byron of Rochdale, pension for, 20, 366, 511.

Bysse. See Blisse.

Bythell, F., deputy to Auditor Foley, 98, 482.