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Eade, Basset, to be a tidesurveyor in Scotland, 54.

Earl, John, petition of, 39; resigns from the Customs, 57; riding officer in the Isle of Sheppey, 646.

-, See also Earle.

Earl Marshal of England. See Howard, Henry, Earl of Suffolk.

Earle (Erle), Giles, esquire, Commissary General of Provisions in Spain, 63, 559; accounts, 681683.

-, John, merchant in Liverpool, 216, 273.

-, Samuel, sufferer at Nevis and St. Christopher, payment to, of interest on a debenture, 687.

-, See also Earl; Erie.

Earsham, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.

Earth, red, bought in Catalonia, 567.

East India Company, annuity to, certificate of the deficiency of, asked for, 678.
-, complain of the deficiency of Salt Duties appropriated for interest on their loans, 608.
-, decree of the Exchequer Court against, 240.
-, debtor to the Crown for Duties on East India goods, 463.
-, demand of, for diamonds, 599.
-, Directors of, 12.
-, fond [as by 9 Wm. III, c. 25], 239; [as by 9 Wm. III, c. 44], 239.
-, petition for victuals etc., to be free of Customs, 92.
-, Stamp Duties [910 Wm. III, c. 25 and c. 44], granted to, for ever, 600.
-, Stock, united, payment into the Exchequer on, as by 6 Anne, c. 17 [6 Anne, c. 71], 328.
-, sums advanced by, account of, demanded, 695.

East India Goods, 126.
-, Duties on, abuses relating to the, 413, 463.
-,-, appropriation of, 358.
-,-, [as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 4, and continued by the Two Deficiencies Acts of 89 Wm. III [c. 20], and 1 Anne, c. 7], revenue from, amount of, 324.
-,-, [as by 6 Anne, c. 48], 339.
-,-, [as by 8 Anne, c. 14], payment out of, to the South Sea Company, 240, 294, 415, 613.
-,-, [as by 9 Anne, c. 15], 237.
-, imported and sold by candle, 240.
-, mistake in computing, reward for, 66.
-, prohibited, warehousekeeper for. See Burniston, C.; Thursby, .

East Indies, forts and garrisons in, provision of victuals etc. for, 92; trade to, merchants of London concerned in, petition of, 240, 387.

East Moulsey, co. Surrey. See Molesey.

Eastborn [co. York]. See Eastburn.

Eastbourne, Bourne, co. Sussex, 291.

Eastburn, Eastborn [co. York], 213.

Eathorne, John, Riding Surveyor for inspecting the coast between Exeter and Plymouth, to be Riding Surveyor from Plymouth to Dartmouth, 615.

Eaton, co. Buckingham. See Eton.

Eaton, Anthony, tenure of a messuage in Stretton Magna, 95.

-, Robert, tenure of a messuage in Stretton Magna, 95.

-, Sarah and Ann, memorial of, 39.

Echlin, [Robert], brigadier, regiment of, 537.

Ecklin, Mary, wife of Robert, late widow and executrix of William Fausset, 88, 658, 693; trustees of. See Brooks, J.; Sheafe, R.

-, Robert, 658; wife of. See Ecklin, Sarah.

Eden, William, steward to Thomas Crisp, High Sheriff of the County Palatine of Lancaster, payment to, 106.

Edes, Basset, late Surveyor of Customs and commander of the Betty sloop in North Britain, petition of, 415.

Edgar, William, former Secretary, Solicitor, Correspondent. Examiner and Clerk of the Securities for the Salt Duties in Scotland, provided for in Ireland, 269.

-, -, payment to, for writing a book called Vectigalium Systema, 132; petition of, for an allowance for writing, printing and publishing Vectigalium Systema, 105.

Edgcumbe (Edgcombe), Richard, a Lord of the Treasury, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 210, 270.

Edge, Edmd., tidesman at Wisbech, dismissed, 647.

-, Richard, damages to his Meeting House in Pilkington, 187.

Edgerton. See Egerton.

Edgworth, Henry, lieutenant colonel, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

Edinburgh, co. Edinburgh, 111, 157, 213, 375, 493.
-, Additional officers and private men at, issues for, 5, 17.
-, Castle, garrison of, vote for the pay of additional men for, 17.
-,-, Lieutenant Governor of. See Stewart, J.
-,-, officers and men of, pay and allowances for, 162.
-, Customs officers at, accounts of ships trading over sea and coastwise to be sent to, 727.
-, Excise Office at, 371. Gates of, Surveyor of the landcarriage at, 441, 626.
-, port, Salt officer at, 493.
-, Postmaster of. See Anderson, J.
-, University of, payment out of the Bishops' rents to, 138; Professors of, payment to, 404.

Edinburgh, bishopric of, Collector of rents in. See Murray, A.; late bishop of. See Rose, A.

Edmonds, William, a stamper, 125.

Edwards, John, Inspector of Stamp Duties, superseded, 156.

-, -, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses for co. Lincoln, 578.

-, Samuel, Commissioner for executing loans upon South Sea Stock, payment to, 109.

-, -, Paymaster of Interest un Exchequer Bills. 73, 292, 368, 461, 612.

-, Receiver of the Contributions to the Queen's Lottery anno 1713, allowance to, 119.

-, Thomas, Joint Clerk of the Hanaper in Chancery, 197.

-, -, esquire, late Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 164, 182, 254.

Edwyn (Edwin), Samuel, messuages etc. at Harwich in the tenure of, 317.

-, -, esquire. Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 103, 124, 125, 158, 214, 249, 276, 292, 406, 410, 495, 496, 601, 613, 719.

Egerton (Edgerton), [William], colonel, regiment of foot, 502, 671.

Eggoe, John, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.

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

Eguilhon, Stephen D', lieutenant, pension for, 524.

Eight, pieces of, 88, 851; exchange equivalence of, 6, 77, 558, 831; sent from Jamaica, 108.

Elbe, river, 298.

Elder, David, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, 92.

Elderton, Robert, to be a Surveyor of Houses, 33.

Eldridge, , tenement at Richmond in the tenure of, 253.

Electress Palatine [sic for Elector Palatine, viz. Johannes Wilhelmus, 24th Elector Palatine, died 8 June, 1716], mourning for, 226.

Elford, Thomas, sufferer at Nevis and St. Christopher, payment to, of interest on a debenture, 686.

Elibank, Lord. See Murray, Alexander.

Elisha, Samuel, of Shrewsbury, gentleman, employed in prosecutions of Rebels, petition of, 53, 626.

Ellar, Samuel, riding officer for the Wool business at Lydd, 646.

Ellbrough, Elizabeth, widow, lease of a messuage near St. James's Park, 192.

Elliot (Elliott), . payment to, 345.

-, Edward, Receiver and Paymaster of the moneys arising by sale of Tin in Cornwall and Devon, accounts of, 445; issues to, 18, 22, 294, 487; payments by, 294, 487.

-, Sir Gilbert, of Minto, a Lord of Justiciary in the Southern Circuit, Scotland, 404; a Lord of Session, 401.

-, John, tenant of a messuage in St. James's parish, 371.

-, [Roger], regiment of, 734.

-, William, of Covent Garden, woollen draper, a security for James Dixon, 270, 287.

Ellis, , messuage in Piccadilly in the tenure of, 257.

-, Edward, tidesman, Newcastle port, 78.

-, John, esquire, Solicitor for the Excise, 164, 214.

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

-, Richard, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses for co. Lincoln, dismissed, 578.

Elmbridge, Elmly Bridge, co. Surrey, hundred, 278.

Elphick, Thomas, riding officer at Lewes, 291.

Elphinston, , Surgeon's mate to the Hospital in Spain, pay for, 265.

Elphinstone, James, of Coupar, a Lord of Session, 401.

-, John, looking after the Cotton Library, payment to, 480.

-, -, 8th Baron Elphinstone, pension for, 175, 440, 634.

Elstob, Lewis, agent attending the Commissioners for Forfeitures on behalf of the public, 126, 197.

Elton, Abraham, Sheriff of Gloucester, 459.

-, Sir Abraham, discharge of baronetcy fee, 719.

Elwill, , colonel, a Clerk of Excise dismissed by, 96.

Ely, Isle, Receiver General of Taxes. See Millicent, J.

Embargo. See Ships and Shipping.

Empson, William, attendance and service in the Treasury Office, issues for, 211, 383, 592, 728.

Enfant, Alexander L', lieutenant, respited half pay officer, 527.

England, , letter of, 70.

Enniscorthy [co. Wexford], barracks, two companies of foot at, 545.

Enniskillin [co. Fermanagh], barracks, two companies, 547.

Eon, Don Guillermo, sent from the King of Spain in quality of Director for the affairs of the Assiento, 620.

Epping Forest, trees felled in, 37, 496; underkeeper of, salary stopped for misbehaviour, 463. See also Hebon, S.

Equivalent, the. See Scotland.

Ereskins. See Erskine.

Ericks, Henry, petition for permission to export a bell to the Canaries, 718.

Erith, co. Kent, 599; waterman to the surveyor at, 390.

Erle, Thomas, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 543.

-, -, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, patent fee of, 636.

-, [Thomas], general, Expedition under, 264.

-, See also Earl; Earle.

Erme, Arm, river. See Plymouthport.

Ermington, Erminton, co. Devon, hundred, 277.

Ernest Augustus, Prince, created Duke of York, Albany and Ulster, charges for passing letters patent, 139; fee as knight of the Garter, 59.

Erpingham, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.

Erskine (Areskine, Ereskine), Sir Alexander, Lord Lyon, 402.

-, Charles, pension for, 174, 439, 510; et al. quarterly payment for distribution under the warrants of, 440.

-, David, of Dun, a Lord of Justiciary in the Western Circuit, Scotland, 405; a Lord of Session, 401.

-, -, 22nd Earl of Buchan, pension for, 174, 439, 510; et al., quarterly payment for distribution under the warrants of, 440.

-, Frances, Countess of Mar, grant of a messuage in the Privy Garden, Whitehall, in trust for, 130.

-, James, of Grange, a Lord of Session, 401.

-, John, of Balgounie, a surety for Robert Erskine, petition of, 474.

-, -, of Carnoch, colonel, a surety for Robert Erskine, petition of, 34, 474.

-, -, Earl of Mar, regiment of, 785.

-, Sir John, silver mine in Scotland belonging to, 375.

-, Robert, late Collector of Customs at Aberdeen, 474; sureties for. See Erskine, Colonel John; Erskine, John.

Erwin, Cha., Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.

-, alias Carleton, Guy, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.

Erwine, Gerrard, Quarter Master, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 537.

-, See also Irwin.

Esbury, Nath., tidesman in Bristol port, 669.

Escriva, Juan, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.

Essex, county of, Assizes, prosecuting counterfeiters etc. at, expenses of, 500.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Turner, J.; Wroth, J.
-, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses, 101.
-, Sheriff of. See Cole, W.
-, Surveyors of House Duties. See Carter, J.; Etherie, H.; Gilman, H.; Henn, W.; Tench, T.

Estannie, Isaac, lieutenant, pension for, 523.

Estanquett, L', widow, pension on the Irish Establishment, 520.

Este, Michael, employment in the Customs and payment to, 52, 65, 68.

Etherie, Hugh, Surveyor of House Duties, co. Essex, 101.

Etheridge, Jno., petition of, 25.

-, Thomas, employment in the Customs, 68.

Eton, Eaton, co. Buckingham, lease of a messuage or farm in, 676; College, pension for, 445.

Ettrick (Ettricke), William, Collector of Customs at Sunderland, to be Collector of Dartmouth port, 504, 647.

Eugene, Prince, victory obtained over the Turks by, 46.

Eutin, bishopric of, grant of, void by the death of Queen Anne, 607. See also Charles, Prince of Denmark.

Euxton [co. Lancaster], 484.

Evans (Evance), Eliz., a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 172.

-, Evan, boatman at Penarth, 647.

-, John, Clerk in the Lord Chamberlain's Office, 170, 392.

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

-, -, petition of, 56, 71.

-, -, weighing porter, London port, 79.

-, Sir Stephen, deceased, assignee of W. Hayter, assignees in a commission of bankrupt awarded against. See Braddyll, R.; Child, Sir C.; Gibson, T.; Yale, E.

-, [William], general or major general, 266.

-, money stopped from, 30.

-, recommended to receive his pay, 35.

-, regiment of [Dragoons], 152, 502, 671.

-, regiment of [Foot], 419, 735, 792794, 855.

Evelyn (Evelin), Sir John, a former Postmaster General, 370.

Everard, Benjamin, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541.

Everett, Thomas, porter attending at the trial of the Rebels at Carlisle, 203.

Every, John, bill of exchange, 505.

Eves, , tenant of a house fronting towards Great Swallow Street, 283.

-, Benja[min], landcarriageman, London port, 390.

Evesham, co. Worcester, 599.

Ewald, Ralph, Distributor of Stamps for co. Southampton including the Isle of Wight, 370.

Ewbank, William, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses for co. Durham, 487.

Ewen, John, Bang's Waiter, 68.

-, Robert, King's Waiter in London port, patent revoked, 702.

Ewing (Ewin), John, of Craytoun, Crayton, Chamberlain and Collector of the rents, revenues etc. of the Earl of Morton's estates, 21, 248, 365, 380; annuity or pension for, 248.

Exchange, Bills of, 8, 24, 26, 42, 46, 47, 50, 54, 58, 157, 161, 197, 200, 215, 220, 242247, 265, 379, 381, 388, 389, 505, 559, 560, 574, 588, 609, 631, 632, 656, 713, 714, 725, 850851.
-, all paid in London in Exchequer Bills, 627.
-, drawn for, on account of the late Rebellion, account of, demanded, 319.

Exchange, Rates of, public accounts of, 2.

Exchequer Bills, 1, 2, 71, 198, 247, 435.
-, account of, demanded, 695.
-, amounting to 2,000,000l. to be taken into the Receipt from the Bank and cancelled, 721.
-, circulating, Act of 5 Anne, c. 13 for, 327.
-,-, Act of 7 Anne, c. 7, for, 328.
-,-, Act of 7 Anne, c. 8, clause 6, for, 328.
-,-, Act of 12 Anne, c. 11, for, 332.
-,-, allowance to the Bank for, 82, 128, 228, 249, 410, 411, 601, 629630.
-,-, Exchange of, Acts for, 74; as by 7 Anne, c. 30, and 12 Anne, c. 11, 486.
-, in the Tellers' offices, total of, demanded, 18.
-, interest of 2 pence per 100l. per diem or 2 per cent. per diem on, 82, 128, 249, 410, 411, 461, 601, 612.
-,-, of 2 pence per day per 100l. paid to payers or lenders of, 7374, 292, 368.
-,-, paid to the Tellers of the Receipt, 7374, 292, 368, 612.
-,-, Paymasters of, imprest for, 7374, 292, 368, 461, 612. See also Edwards, S.; Jerman, G.; Stockwell, J.
-, issued under the Bank Stock Enlarging Act, payment into the Exchequer on, 329.
-, making into specie or exchanging, allowance for, 82, 126, 249, 410, 486, 601, 650.
-, new office in the Receipt for, necessaries for, 103, 124, 159, 406, 495.
-, old, circulating, issue for, 328, 329, 330.
-, payment into the Exchequer for principal and interest of, Act of 7 Anne, c. 8, clause 10, for the payment of, 328.
-, remaining in the Tellers' office, account of, asked for, 313.
-, taxes remitted to the Exchequer in, 627.
-, uncancelled issue, amount of, 82, 128, 228, 249.

Exchequer Court (England), 619.
-, Barons of, 619.
-,-, account of the Agents for Tin to be sworn before, 714.
-,-, at York, 483.
-,-, certificate by, 241.
-,-, clerk to, 168.
-,-, Cursitor Baron, salary of, 423, 704. See also Simpson, Sir W.
-,-, Navy Treasurer's accounts sworn before, 168.
-,-, salaries of, 144, 157, 275, 293, 364, 412, 423, 704.
-,-, See also Aland, Sir J. F.; Bury, Sir T.; Montagu, [Sir J.]; Simpson, Sir W.; Smith, J.
-, commission out of, execution of, 363.
-, decree, 10, 240.
-, Deputy Chamberlains of, 683; Customs fees, 149, 232, 475, 700; joining tallies, 149, 232, 374, 445, 475, 700; payment to, 214; sorting and ordering the Records, 191, 412. See also Downes, D.; Langhorne, D.; Leslie, G.; Smith, J.
-, Foreign Apposer, salary, 445. See also Masham, F. C.
-, Foreign Estreats, clerk of, fees for keeping the records relating to Recusants' forfeitures, 444. See also Cook, J.
-, information exhibited in, noli pros, entered on, 214.
-, inquisition, 95.
-, judgment, 91.
-, King's Remembrancer (Queen's Remembrancer), 45, 93, 107, 121, 151, 270, 319, 394, 416, 505, 557, 603, 619, 631, 646, 698.
-,-, clerks to, fees for passing Customers' accounts, 128.
-,-, deputy to, 95, 158, 303, 579. See also Hardinge, J.
-,-, fees for passing Customers' accounts, 128.
-,-, fees on Transport service accounts, 420.
-,-, office of, sworn clerk of, report by, 579. See also Hutton, M.
-,-, payment to, for supplying blank parchment books for the Customs, 128.
-,-, salary of, 442.
-,-, to deliver up the securities of an Army agent, 579.
-,-, to take securities for Receivers General of Taxes etc., 147, 158, 276, 287, 306, 382, 460, 556, 563, 579, 606, 726.
-,-, See also Fanshawe, Simon, Viscount Fanshawe; Masham, Samuel, Baron Masham.
-, lands within the survey of, 453.
-, lease, particular of a, 95.
-, Lord Chief Baron of, direction to a Jury, 665; salary of, 144, 423.
-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, fees on Transport service accounts, 420.
-,-, Office, First Secondary in, fee of, 443. See also Taylor, J.; Second Secondary in, fee of, 443; fee for transcribing originals of the Chancery Court, 158, 443, 556. See also Battely, C.
-,-, salary of, 444.
-,-, See also Thompson, L.
-, order of the, 149.
-, Pipe, Clerk of, 45, 72, 200, 241, 252, 253, 255, 256, 257, 269, 281, 282, 315, 370, 371, 379, 381, 425, 447, 498, 508; drawing down Recusants' convictions, allowance for, 444, 633; fee of, 633; payment to, for Customs services, 475. See also Cheyne, William, Viscount Newhaven, and Lord Cheyne.
-,-, Comptroller of, payment to, for Customs services, 475; salary of, 444. See also Pottinger, J.
-,-, Deputy Clerk of, certificates of, 78, 191, 230, 291, 320, 432, 550, 691. See also Neale, F.
-,-, leases, 130, 200, 241, 252253, 255, 256, 257, 269, 281, 282, 315, 370, 371, 379, 381, 425, 447, 498, 679.
-,-, Office, clerks, payment to for Customs services, 475. fees on Transport service accounts, 420. Secondaries of, salaries, 444. Secondary, payment to, for Customs services, 475. See also Cranmer, J.; Milbourne, C.
-, Pleas, Clerk of, fee, 443. See also Marriott, T.
-,-, Office of, Master of, debts due to an outlaw paid to, 140, 303. See also Marriott, T.
-, rules for taking out licences for compositions, 599.
-, seal, 497; commission under, 646; in custodiam lease under, 133134, 451; inquisitions taken under, 184; large double, payment for, 494; lease under, 376, 381, 447.
-, Solicitor. See Harrison, C.
-, Usher, Chief, allowance in lieu of diet, 511, 717; diet for, 211212; necessaries delivered by, 211212, 511, 717. See also Walker, H.
-, ushers, four, fees and rewards for, 642643.
-, writ of Distringas, 487.
-, writ of extent, 95.

Exchequer Receipt (England)
-, account of the Chief Cashier of the Bank passed through, 311.
-, amount on the Bank fund remaining in, 228.
-, Annuities in, account of, demanded, 695; payable at, issues for, 25, 47, 66.
-, Auditor of, 19, 20, 28, 29, 36, 50, 51, 63, 81, 106, 150, 151, 178, 193, 221, 236, 249, 250, 273, 290, 336, 368, 374, 398, 410, 412, 422, 458, 464, 465, 490, 510, 570, 592, 601, 604, 619, 622, 623, 631, 640, 661, 663, 674, 678, 695696, 697, 699, 703, 708, 713, 717, 719, 722, 725.
-,-, certificates by, 128, 240, 294, 389, 393, 399, 399400, 411, 415, 434, 579, 593, 607, 723, 724.
-,-, issues by, for arrears on Lottery orders, 472, 477, 489, 511, 557, 569, 580, 581, 593.
-,-, Office of, extraordinary service performed in. See Clayton, W.; Ireland, W.; Registers of loans in, making and keeping, 212, 383, 590, 729.
-,-, warrants to take in loans and payments for annuities, 397, 475, 479, 601, 631, 677, 723, 724, 729.
-,-, See also Montagu, G., Earl of Halifax.
-, Bill Office, officers' salaries, Bank debt to, 249, 410, 601.
-, bills of Liberate, 663.
-, Chancellor of, attending the Treasury, passim; allowance to, in lieu of perquisites, 211, 386, 591, 728; fees on Transport service accounts, 420 See also Stanhope, James; Stanhope, James, Viscount Stanhope,; Walpole, R.
-, clerks, to attend their business on the 24th and 25th Dec., 1717, 725.
-, compositions in, revenue from 346.
-, counting and levying tallies, 214.
-, Customs money paid into, 149.
-, Excise moneys carried into, amount of, 512, 585.
-, fees, on issues, 2, 6, 19, 21, 2930, 50, 91, 94, 122, 171, 220, 380, 508, 561, 570, 581, 587, 609, 616, 623, 626; [payable at], issue for, 47, 66.
-, fines, forfeitures and amerciaments, money arising from called Greenwax moneys, 106.
-, Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, 64.
-, Greenwax moneys. See Exchequer Receiptfines.
-, interest on Lottery money paid into, 87.
-, Loan Register, 401.
-, loans, in general, repayment of, warrant for, 183184; remaining in, issues out of, 6, 12, 27, 29, 31, 36, 42, 51, 55, 58, 60, 61, 113, 148, 150, 177178, 182, 212, 218, 272, 509510, 550, 571572.
-, Malt moneys carried into, amount of, 512.
-, messengers in ordinary, four, circulating proclamations, payment for, 271, 404.
-, money deposited in, to exchange Exchequer Bills, 71.
-, money in, issues out of, 5, 273.
-, money remaining in, on the Bank fund, 128, 250, 410411.
-, National Debt, fonds applicable to the sinking the principle or payment of interest of, account of, asked for by the House of Commons, 236239, 695, 695696.
-, officers, to attend on the 24th and 25th Dec, 1717, 725; to take in loans and payments for annuities, 178, 601, 631, 723, 724, 729.
-, offices, fitting up and repairing, payment for, 663; works done in, bills for, 213.
-,-, new, for annuities, Exchequer Bills and Lotteries, necessaries for, 103, 124125, 159, 406, 495.
-,-, old, necessaries for, 103, 125, 158, 292, 406, 496.
-, payments into, 13, 18, 23, 31, 53, 67, 112, 194, 232, 240, 294, 328, 328329, 329, 330331, 331332, 332, 333, 415, 432, 700.
-, Pells, Clerk of, 151, 168, 398, 422, 579, 592, 622, 721.
-,-, ancient allowance to, from the Customs, 729.
-,-, attendance in vacation, allowance for, 729.
-,-, attending the Treasury Lords, allowance for, 729.
-,-, locking up the treasure, allowance for, 729.
-,-, to take in loans etc., 397, 475, 479, 601, 631, 723, 724, 729.
-,-, See also Pelham, H.
-, Pells of issue, 214.
-, pensions payable at, issues for, 25, 47, 66; additional, list of, to be prepared, 31.
-, Porter at the Gate. See Milward, E.
-, public funds in, issue out of, 52.
-, public registers in, debts remaining unsatisfied on, account of demanded, 695.
-, salaries payable at, issue for, 25, 47, 66.
-, Tally Court, officers and clerk of, levying tallies, payment for, 374, 663.
-, Tellers, four, 721.
-,-, house, rebuilding of, 465.
-,-, imprest roll issued to the Cofferer by, 174.
-,-, interest on Exchequer Bills paid to and paid by, 7374, 292, 612.
-,-, Office of, building the house belonging to, 601; Exchequer Bills in, 18, 313.
-,-, payment to, for rent of a house, 703.
-,-, removal or death of, transfer of the treasure at, 708.
-,-, See also Berkeley, John, Viscount FitzHardinge; Feilding, Basil, Earl of Denbigh; Hampden, ; Hay, George, Viscount Dupplin; Howard, T.; Onslow, Sir Richard, Baron Onslow; Poulett, Lord William; Roberts, R.; Smith, J.
-, to receive 2,000,000l. in Exchequer Bills from the Bank as a contribution to five per cent. annuities, 721.
-, treasure, locking up the, 729; transfer of, at the death of a Teller, 708.
-, Usher, Bank debt to, 249, 410.
-,-, discharging tradesmen's bills, 719.
-,-, payments to, 103, 124, 125, 158, 276, 214, 276, 292, 406, 601, 719.
-,-, report by, on a petition from Lady Feilding, 41, 465, 613.
-,-, to pay artificers of the Works for work done in Exchequer offices, 663.
-, work done at, 59, 663.

Excise (England)
-, appropriation out of, for annuities, 325, 326.
-, bonds and debts standing out, account of, demanded, 158.
-, Brewers' forfeitures, income from, 128, 228, 250, 602, 630.
-, cash received from North Britain, 585.
-, Cashier of. See ExciseReceiver.
-, Collectors of, 125, 158; to accept guineas at a reduced rate and to account for guineas in their hands, 722, 730.
-, Commissioners, 16, 30, 69, 79, 96, 158, 164, 214, 237, 307, 417, 435, 436, 446, 464, 512, 574, 618, 674, 695, 717718, 730.
-,-, bookseller, bookbinder and stationer to. See Castle, E.; Colbatch, B.; Vincent, R.
-,-, money returned to, bond for, 125.
-,-, petitions referred to, 125, 423, 570, 701.
-,-, printer to. See Vincent, R.
-,-, reports by, 55, 582, 604.
-, Deficiency beneath the computed value at the Treaty of Union, 341.
-, Duties, amount of 17071714, 350, 350351, 351352, 352353, 353354, 354355, 356357.
-,-, another 9d. per barrel appropriated for debt, 348; revenue from, by a medium of three years, 347.
-,-, Bank 9d., surplus of, Equivalent due to Scoland on, 327.
-,-, Equivalent answerable to Scotland paid out of, amount of, 323326.
-,-, Five Sevenths of the second additional 9d. per barrel [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 238; issue out of, for the Bank, 380.
-,-, Hereditary and Temporary, annuities on, redemption of, 447, 477. granted 1 Geo. I, c. 1, for the term of his Majesty's life, account of, demanded, 490. gross and net produce of, account of, demanded, 618, 696. made part of the Civil List by the Act of 1 Geo. I, c. 1, 464. net produce of, amount of, 696. pension out of, 464, 636637. rates and duties of, granted 12 Car. II, account of, demanded, 490. revenue from, as computed at the time of the Treaty of Union, 345; amount of, as at Mich., 1705, 325.
-,-, moneys arising from, carried into the Exchequer, amount of, 512, 585.
-,-, New Duties [as by 8 Anne, c. 12, commencing from 25 March, 1710], 80; four clerks for, petition to be Inspector of. See Wallis, R.; payments out of, 179. of 3d. per barrel, receipts from, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356.
-,-, Ninepence per barrel, appropriated for debt, 348. [as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3] for 99 years, 237; Equivalent due to Scotland thereon, 327; revenue from, amount of, 325, 326. [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 9d. for the Bank, revenue from, amount of, 325. [as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7], Lottery 9d., revenue from, amount of, 325, 326. revenue from, by a medium of three years, 347. surplus of Lottery 9d., Equivalent due to Scotland thereon, 327.
-,-, on Low Wines. See Wines.
-,-, revenue from and appropriation out of, 348.
-,-, surplus of, unappropriated, 348; of the Five Sevenths Excise, amount of, 411, 412; of the 99 years' Excise, amount of, 411, 412.
-,-, third additional 9d. [as by 45 Anne, c. 18], 237.
-,-, Three Thousand seven hundred per week out of [as by 1213 Wm. III, c. 12], appropriation for debt, 348; new office for, 103,124, 159, 406, 495; revenue from, amount of, 325, 347.
-,-, Two Sevenths 9d. per barrel [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 237; revenue from, amount of, 326; surplus of, income from, 228, 250.
-,-, value of, as proportioned to the Excise in Scotland relative to the Equivalent, 327.
-,-, See also Beer; Books; Candles; Gold Wire; Hides; Hops; Leather, Linen; Malt; Paper; Paste Board; Silks; Soap; Starch; Wines, Low.
-, of London etc., annuity granted out of, 299. officers, list of, demanded, 13, 288; repayments of assessments, 417.
-, pensions on, 32, 280, 696.
-, Receiver General and Cashier of, petition for allowance of charges for carrying moneys into the Exchequer, 512, 585; to accept guineas at a reduced rate etc., 722, 730. See also Pauncefort, E.; Thompson, Maurice, Lord Haversham; West, John, Lord De la Warr.
-, Solicitor for the, additional allowance to, 214; clerk to, allowance to, 214; petition of, for a further allowance, 164.

Exeter, co. Devon, 131, 181, 262, 291, 595.
-, city and county of, Receiver General of Assessments. See Veale, J.
-, Collector of. See Spry, W.
-, Collector and Deputy Comptroller at, dismissed, 121.
-, Collector of Customs at, 96.
-, Customer and Comptroller to carry on the business of, 121.
-, Deputy Comptroller of. See Yeo, W.
-, establishment of a Customs boat and boatmen at, 615.
-, landwaiter in, 647.
-, Riding Surveyor at. See Eathorne, J.; Griffith, W.
-, searcher at, 367.
-, surveyor at, 308.
-, Undersheriff of. See John, W.

Eyken, Sebastian Vander, Dutch chaplain, debt due to, from the late Queen, 51, 66.

Eyles, John, Sheriff of Wiltshire, 249.

-, Sir John, baronet, a Commissioner for enquiring into the estates of Traitors, 83, 261, 510.

Eynsford, Eynesford, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.

Eyre (Eyres), Charles, carrying on the business of Registering Customs Seizures in Scotland during the vacancy of that office, 492; Solicitor of the Customs, Scotland, 395.

Eziat, Sir Edward, King's Physician, Scotland, salary, 404.