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Cadiz
-, agent at Cadiz, Port St. Mary and the districts, 436, 613, 615, 675
-, see Ambassadors to Spain.

Cadman, Tho., carrying soldiers for France, 310.

Cae manor (Llanrhaiadr, co. Denbigh), 377.

Caen, Peter du, from Flanders, 774.

Caerleon, river, fishery of (Monmouth), 581.

Caerwedros (co. Cardigan), 659.

Caillour, Francis, merchant, 582.

Calais (France), 107, 116, 142, 310, 364, 426, 432, 463, 474, 490, 513, 569, 714.

Caldecott (co. Rutland), 122.

Calder
-, (co. Yorks), 687
-, water, near Halifax, 653.

Calderwood, William, royal bounty to, 374.

Caldicot (co. Monmouth), manor and castle, 268.

Caldmore (co. Staffs), 758.

Caley, William, Commissioner for Recusants, Yorks, North Riding, 750.

-, Sir William, Commissioner for Recusants, Yorks, North Riding, 750.

Calico, 424, 490-1.

Callaughton (co. Salop), 758.

Callendar, Edward, shipowner, 42.

Callender (Callander), Archibald, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 518, 712, 793

Calmady, Josiah, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 695.

Calstock (co. Cornwall), 688, 817.

Calthrope (Coltrop), Sir Chre., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Norfolk, 698.

-, Christopher, tidesman, London port, 581.

Caltoff (Calthoff), Jasper, interest in Fox Hall, 241, 626.

-, Martha, wife to Jasper, 626.

Calton (co. Staffs), 758.

Calverly (Caulverly), Henry, Commissioner for Recusants, North Riding, co. Yorks, 750.

-, Walter, Commissioner for Recusants, West Riding, co. Yorks, 740.

Calvert (Calverd, Colvert), Cecil, second Lord Baltimore, 452.

-, Charles (son of Lord Baltimore), Surveyor of Maryland, 363, 438, 452
-, Collector Plantation Duty, Maryland, 427.

-, Felix, petition (Hearthmoney account), 112
-, surety for Excise Farmers (1674), 538.

-, Peter, Farmer of Law Duties, 10, 24, 30, 44, 59, 103, 151, 317, 365, 468, 616
-, Farmer of Excise and Additional Excise, 155, 381, 399, 538, 606, 608, 737
-, loan to Government, 362
-, petition (Hearthmoney account), 112
-, ship of, 75.

Cambridge, Duke of. See Stuart, J.

Cambridge, town, 127.

-, county, 269, 449, 511, 516, 559, 630, 662, 753, 772, 794.

-, -, Recusants, 693.

-, -, Excise Farmers, 43, 94, 156, 396, 443, 467, 541, 575, 605.

-, -, Hearthmoney. See Hill, R. : Coates. N.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues. See Dering, E
-, Whitegrave, H.

-, -, Receivers, &c., of Taxes, 290, 706
-, see King, S.

-, -, Sheriffs, 630, 661.

-, University, 299.

-, -, Professor of Civil Laws. See Bord, Dr. J.
-, Clerk, Dr. J.
-, Pinfold, Dr. T.

-, -, Chancellor, 401.

-, -, Vice-Chancellor, 401
-, perpetuity to, 863.

-, -, King's College (St. Mary and St. Nicholas), Butlerage and Prizage wines to, 434.

-, -, three perpetuities to, 401, 441, 595.

-, -, Reader in Physic to. See Brady, Dr. R.
-, Glisson, Dr. F.

Camden [William], "Britannia," 558.

Camelford (co. Cornwall), 711.

Campbell
-, Alexander, Comptroller of Berwick port, 109
-, waiter. Newcastle and Sunderland, 468, 578, 585, 807.

-, -, one of Four Messengers of the Receipt, 398.

Campden, Viscount. See Noel, B.

Campion, Mr., seizer of goods, 844, 853.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants. co. Kent, 788.

Canaries, the, 23, 375, 475, 526.

-, stop on trade to, 424.

Canaples, Monsieur de, brother to Marshal de Crequi, 390, 619, 797.

Canbam, Thomas (hemp for the Stores), 101, 156, 413.

Cannington [co. Somerset], 287, 675.

Canons Winder (lands, co. Chester), 736.

Canterbury (co. Kent), 76, 110, 694, 853.

-, Archbishop of, 260, 390, 604.

-, Arches Court, 365
-, Dean of, see Wiseman, Sir R.

-, Prerogative Court, 365.

-, Tenths, payable by Archbishop, 512.

Cape, Robert, customs bonds, 799.

Capell
-, Arthur, twenty-first Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 28, 380, 439, 555, 563, 587, 689, 702, 831, 843
-, creation money, 471, 683
-, grant to, 689.

-, Sir Henry, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Gloucester, 789
-, ditto, co. Surrey, 791
-, gravel, New Park, 717
-, grant, Fordington, 814.

-, John, wine merchant, 133.

Capias pro fine, 327, 339.

- ad computandum, 558.

Captives in Barbary, redemption of, 10.

-, in Algiers, 604.

Carbery, Earl of. See Vaughan, R.

Cardiff (co. Glamorgan), 10, 17, 94, 387, 467.

Cardigan, Earl of. See Brudenell, R.

Cardigan, town, 617, 694.

-, county, 542, 617, 659.

-, -, Hearthmoney. See Gwynn, R.

-, -, Receiver of Taxes, 614, 728
-, see Vaughan, J.

-, -, Recusants, 694.

Cardonnel, Adam de, customer of Southampton port, 132, 353, 403, 765, 784.

Carew, Sir Henry, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 789.

-, John, falconer, 585.

-, Sir John (tin affair), 227.

-, -, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cornwall, 695.

-, Mr., surveyor of the Pill at Bristol, 216, 612.

-, Sir Nicholas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Surrey, 791.

-, Sir Thomas, baronet, Commissioner for taking surety of J. Northcote, 130.

-, -, -, knight, commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 789
-, Commissioner for taking surety of J. Northcote, 130.

-, -, -, a Commissioner for the Eighteen Months' assessment, Exeter, 145, 182.

Carey
-, (Carye, Cary), Abell, attendant, House of Commons, 648
-, royal bounty to, 434.

-, Anthony, fifth Viscount of Falkland, pension to, 105, 304, 429, 603, 684, 729.

-, John, second Earl of Dover, 600l. per an. for three years, 89, 94
-, creation money as Earl of Dover and Viscount Rochford, 102
-, pension to, 246, 346, 821, 845.

-, -, Woodstock manor woods, 279, 281, 283, 656, 662, 669
-, grant, 818
-, trustee for Earl of Lichfield, 561
-, keeper of Marylebone Park, 636
-, Page of Honour to the Queen, 525, 532, 610, 862, 869
-, master of the Buckhounds, 756.

-, John, falconer, 685.

-, Lettice, Viscountess Falkland, 815.

-, Narbert, Page of Honour to the Queen, 71, 173, 318, 358, 532, 637.

-, Sir Robert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 789.

-, Thomas, a groom of the Bedchamber, 527.

Carhayes (co. Cornwall), 640.

Caribbee. See Leeward.

Carisbrooke (Isle of Wight), 368.

-, castle, 870.

-, park, 870.

-, priory, 368.

Cark (Chester), 736.

Carkess, James, jerquer, London port, 457.

Carleton, Guy. See Bristol, Bishop of.

-, Mary, who calls herself the German Princess, 98.

-, Mr., 285.

Carlisle, cathedral, 512.

-, -, Dean and Chapter, fee farm rent payable by, 512.

-, Earl of. See Hay, J.
-, Howard, C.

-, Lodowick, pension, 19, 151, 431.

-, port, 55, 314, 342, 532, 544, 680, 812, 839, 843.

-, castle, Governor of. See Musgrave, Sir P.

Carmarthen, county, 139, 542.

-, -, Hearthmoney. See Gwynn, R.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues. See Lloyd, B.

-, -, Receiver of Taxes, 614, 728
-, see Vaughan, J.

Carmichael, Archibald, Surveyor of Plantation duty, Barbados, 596.

Carnarvon, county, 617.

-, -, Recusants, 694.

-, -, Hearthmoney. See Mostyn, R.

-, -, Receiver of Taxes. See Whitley, R.

Carne, Mr., a Six Clerk, 99.

Carnedon Prior, manor (co. Cornwall), 397, 418, 443, 688, 816.

Carnegy, Alexander, collector, Rochester port, 83, 718.

-, John, bond to the King, 718.

Carnunton (co. Cornwall), 841.

Carnwath, Countess of. See Dalzell, K.

Carogy Pemill (Caregy Pennill) (Llanrhaiadr, co. Denbigh), 377.

Carolina, Governor of, 424, 852.

-, Customs Collector see West, J.
-, surveyor see Owen, W.

-, Plantation duty, 452.

Caroseby (co. Lincoln), 596.

Carpenter, Thomas a Commissioner for Recusants, co. Hereford, 790.

-, William, Excise Farmer, 846.

Carpets, 709.

Carr (Carre, Kerr, Kerre), Cuthbert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 740.

-, Ralph, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 792.

-, Sir Robert, Duchy rent, 291, 734.

-, Sir William, petition, 44, 182, 298, 353 : Director of the Chancery, Scotland, lease to, 399.

Carshalton (co. Surrey), 115.

Carter, Abra, surety for Excise Farmers, 538.

-, Francis, of Broadway, Somerset, 524.

-, Henry, Groom of the Great Chamber to the Queen Consort, 173, 297, 719.

-, James, shipmaster, 513.

-, Madam Mary, Maid of Honour, pension, 151, 393, 567, 610, 707, 760.

-, Richard, Groom of the Chamber in Ordinary to the Queen Consort, 525, 532, 637.

-, Captain Richard, 204, 205, 220, 423, 474, 490, 501.

-, Thomas, and wife, lease, 15.

-, -, King's waiter, London port, 398, 690, 703, 767.

-, Sir William, Commissioner for Recusants, North Riding, co. Yorks, 750.

Carteret
-, Sir Edward, pension as Usher of the Black Rod, 160, 305, 325, 389, 419, 726, 751, 795, 806 834
-, perquisites to, 389, 419
-, grant of estate, 777.

-, Sir Edward de, of St. Heliers, petition, 500.

-, Sir George, 196
-, Treasurer of the Navy, 304, 406
-, accounts as such, 1, 18, 21, 88, 89, 179-80, 213, 286, 383, 455, 494-5, 504, 555, 587-8, 749
-, moneys borrowed by for the Navy, 28, 383, 438
-, issues, tallies and loans, &c., to, 89, 458
-, payments to Bishop of Munster, 504
-, fees on receipts, 749, 805
-, Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, 194, 470
-, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 88, 595, 632, 816, 826
-, French tonnage, Ireland, 854
-, interest account, 40, 179-80
-, lands at Plymouth, 217, 218.

-, Philip, Plantation Duty Collector, New Jersey, 522.

-, Sir Philip, baronet, 634.

Cartmel (co. Lancashire), 735.

-, Fell (co. Lancashire), 735.

Cartwright, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 792.

Carvell, Edward, Alienation Office, 852.

Carvings, 818.

Cary. See Carey.

Caryll, Charles, shipowner, 763

Castle Donington Park (co. Staffs or Derby), 735.

Castle Park in Ken Marsh [Kymmerch] (co. Denbigh), 617.

Castleguard rents. See Castleward rents.

Castle Hay Park [co. Staff.], 813.

Castleman, John, of Banstead Downs, Customs Officer, 12.

-, Paul, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Gloucester, 789.

Castleton, Viscount. See Saunderson, G.

-, Sir John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Suffolk, 791.

-, Nathaniel, 822
-, pension, 469, 700.

Castleward rents
-, 646, 704
-, and see Fee Farms.

Castor, Edward, wine merchant, 103.

Caswell How (? co. Cumberland), 131.

Catcher, Captain John, tin blowing houses, 780, 830.

Catholics. See Roman Catholics.

Catlin (Catlyn, Catelyne, Katelin, Catling), Jeremy, weaver, London, 533, 616, 635, 741, 811.

-, Sir Nevill, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Norfolk, 698
-, of Kirby Cane, Norfolk, surety of R. Bendish, 120.

Catshaw (co. Lancashire), 735.

Cattany, Monsieur (for the Duchess of York), 472.

Cattle, imports, 612.

Caulverley. See Calverley.

Caunter, Roger, senr. and junr., conventicle, 602.

Cavaliers
-, 337
-, 60,000l. for loyal and indigent officers, Commissioners for accounts of, 603.

Cave, Sir Roger, baronet, 421, 842.

Cavendish, Henry, Lord Mansfield, afterwards Earl of Ogle, 864.

-, -, -, Earl of Ogle, afterwards Duke of Newcastle, 358
-, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 108, 178, 277, 342, 345, 365, 415, 551, 610, 624, 654, 725, 786, 837, 842
-, expedition under temp. Commonwealth, 446
-, officiating as Master of the Robes, 679.

-, -, Commissioner of Recusants, co. Derby, 792.

-, William, Duke of Newcastle. Sherwood Forest, woods in, 189, 206, 375
-, see Sherwood Forest.

-, -, fourth Earl of Devonshire, creation money, 398.

Cawdren
-, (Cawdern), Austen, Receiver of the Subsidy for part of co. Lincoln, 105
-, Receiver of the Eighteen Months' tax (Lincoln City and Kesteven), 106, 110, 135.

Cawsey, pasture (co. Lancashire), 736.

Cawthorp, William, tenant, Lincoln, 391.

Cawton, John, Customs bonds, 798.

Cecil, John, fourth Earl of Exeter, creation money, 483, 808.

-, Dima Viscountess Cranborne, widow of Charles, son of fifteenth Earl of Salisbury, 523.

Ceremonies
-, Marshal of, 172
-, see Le Bas, R, Samborn, T.

Certificates
-, See Navy
-, Exchequer.

-, weekly from every office, 288.

Cesar, Charles, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Huntingdon, 790.

Chace
-, (Chase), John, Apothecary in Ordinary to the King, 123, 241, 318, 475, 670, 775, 807
-, settled allowance of 1,200l. per an. for, 147
-, fee farms, 189, 437, 634, 763, 823.

-, Stephen, Chafewax in Chancery, 741.

-, -, junior, Chafewax in Chancery, 741.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 789.

Chadshunt (co. Warwick), 119.

Chadwick, James, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Derby, 792.

-, Thomas [Excise officer, Lancashire], 302.

Chagford (co. Devon), Stannary Court, 779.

Chaitor (Chaytor, Charter), Sir William, petition, 44.

Chainge. See Change.

Chalder of lime, contents of measure of, 529-30.

Challoner
-, (Chaloner), Robert, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 628
-, Lancaster Herald, 628, 862.

Chamber, King's servants and salaries payable in, 105, 143, 297, 432, 495.

-, groom porter, bills, 252, 316, 329.

-, messengers, 88, 317, 428.

-, -, escutcheon for, 390, 456.

-, office, 775.

-, Treasurer, 329, 495.

-, -, accounts, 274, 644, 763.

-, -, establishment, 262, 310.

-, -, estimates, 234.

-, -, payments to, 25, 26, 43, 48, 85, 88, 105, 108, 120, 123, 128, 129, 30, 133, 141, 143, 147, 157, 159, 162, 170, 171, 172, 181, 190, 211, 212, 213, 232, 246, 253, 264, 270, 278, 286, 315, 317, 321, 333, 339, 363, 368, 379, 383, 384, 387, 392, 403, 409, 411, 418, 429, 439, 445, 453, 461, 494, 554, 586, 590, 591, 610, 623, 631, 636, 725, 747, 751, 764, 767, 775, 784, 827, 841, 843, 875
-, see Griffin, Sir E. and Griffin, E.

-, -, interest to, 559.

-, -, payments by, 85, 88, 105, 108, 120, 123, 128, 130, 141, 143, 147, 157, 170, 171, 172, 181, 211, 212, 253, 368, 383, 384, 392, 394, 411, 419, 428, 439, 445, 453, 461, 586, 591, 623, 751, 775, 784.

-, -, monthly accounts of payments and receipts, 314.

-, -, retrenchments, 262.

Chamberlain, Lord Great. See Great Chamberlain.

Chamberlain
-, (Chamberlaine) George, Commissioner for Reousants, co. Oxford, 790
-, ditto, co. Cambridge, 803.

-, Dr. Hugh, Physician in Ordinary to the King, 395.

-, Jo., landwaiter, London port 400.

-, Sir Tho., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford, 696.

Chambersall Coppice. See Whittlewood Forest.

Chambre, John de la, merchant, 582.

Champ, Thomas de, falconer, 454, 685.

Champion, Joseph, junr., seizer of prohibited goods, 799.

-, Richard, keeper of His Majesty's Privy Galleries at Whitehall, 157, 392.

Chancery
-, Chafewax, 815
-, see Harris, J. and J. and T. Chase S. and S. junr.

-, Clerk of Patents. See Pigott, Sir. R.
-, Osborne, P.

-, Court, 103, 838.

-, -, Sealer, 815.

-, Masters, 59, 265, 348, 441, 517, 741, 761, 853 (and see Brampton, Sir M., Crew, N.

-, Six Clerks
-, mortgaging King's lands. 98-9, 408, 459
-, Dewes, P., Evelyn, G., Henly, R., Morley, J., Pennyman, W., Pinder, M., Saunders, V.

-, -, Office, 103, 734.

Chancery, Scotland, director of. See Carr, Sir W.

Chandos, Lord. See Brydges, W.

Change (Chainge), Richard, vintner, 71.

-, -, Groom of the Chamber in Ordinary to the Queen Consort, 525, 532, 637, 797.

Chanter, Richard, preacher, Ashby de la Zouch, 416.

Chantries, 736-7.

Chapel Royal, organist of. See Lowe, E.

-, children of, 244, 259, 322, 329, 333, 649
-, master of, see Blow, J., Cooke. H., Humfreyes, P.

-, musicians attending, 411, 621, 797, 817.

Chaplin
-, (Chaplaine) Sir Fra., two years' interest to, as the bankers have, 304, 306
-, loan to Government, 728.

Chappell (Chapple, Chappil), Henry, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, cos. Leicester and Rutland, 163.

-, William, tidesman, Looe, 424
-, boatman, Looe, 2

Chapman, Abraham (of Amsterdam), petition, 212, 461.

-, Mr., horses for the King, 448.

-, Roger, Customs bonds, 798.

-, William, lease, Beccles, 567.

Chapter Court of St. John of Beverley, manor, 803.

Chariot, 404.

Charlbury (co. Oxford), 108.

Charleton
-, (Charlton) Sir Job [Welsh judge], 347
-, Serjeant-at-Law, 623
-, chief justice of Chester, 347, 697, 868
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Salop, 697, 790.

-, Samuel, searcher, London port, 248, 498, 582.

Charnock, Sir George, knight, Serjeant-at-Arms, 382, 388, 476, 587, 590, 682.

-, John, King's waiter, London port, 405, 802, 858.

-, Roger, Serjeant-at-Arms. 173, 298, 361, 365, 382, 388, 405, 728, 827, 863, 871
-, a Treasury Clerk, 200
-, a King's waiter [London port], 274, 398, 636, 713.

-, Sir Saint John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bedford, 788.

-, Thomas (nephew to Sir George), Serjeant-at-Arms, 587, 590-1, 853
-, a King's waiter, London port, 802, 858

-, Villiers, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bedford, 788.

Chart, Great co. Kent). 109.

Charters of Corporations, 658, 683.

Chase. See Chace.

Chatham (co. Kent, 362, 379, 420.

-, storekeeper at. See Wilson, T.

-, His Majesty's yard at, 39, 682.

-, naval chest. See Navy (chest).

-, sick quartered at, 779.

Chaytor. See Chaitor.

Chaumont, Anne, 785.

Cheeke, Robert, tidesman, London port, 569.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Essex, 696, 750.

-, -, lease, 528
-, grant of fines, 658

Cheese
-, 68
-, Cheshire cheese, 373.

Chelmick ("Shelwick"), (co. Salop), 108.

Chelmsford (co. Essex), 115.

Cheltenham (co. Gloucester), 122.

Cheney
-, (Cheny) Charles, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Middlesex, 790
-, Customs Commissioner, 869.

Cherrell, Mr., petition, 242.

Chertsey (co. Surrey), 546, 762.

Cheshire cheese. See Cheese.

Chester, Sir Anthony, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bucks, 788.

-, Dame Mary, executor of Sir Henry Wood, 154, 175.

Chester, Bishop of (see Pearson, J., Wilkins, Dr. J.), 737, 865.

-, Bishopric, restitution of temporalities, 71
-, rents sede vacante, 774

-, -, Tenths, 163.

-, city, 11.

-, -, brewers, 61.

-, -, (West Chester), port, 36, 166, 384, 497, 528, 536, 800, 841, 847.

-, -, Castle garden, 160.

-, -, Excise, complaints, 61-2.

-, -, Hearthmoney (receiver of). See Andrews, W.

-, -, taxes, receiver of. See Hollingshead, Fr., junr.

-, -, justices, 61-2.

-, -, judge, 468, 477, 483, 697
-, see Charlton, Sir J.

-, -, Fraternity of St. Ann and College of St. John Baptist, 856.

-, county, 66, 87, 108, 119, 131, 174, 421, 599, 617, 655, 699, 720, 736, 741, 819.

-, -, justices, 61-2, 868

-, -, Excise Farmers, 43, 94, 382, 396, 443, 467, 541, 575 (see Needham, T.
-, Sub-Farmers, 61-2
-, complaints, 61-2.

-, -, Hearthmoney, Receiver of. See Andrews, W.
-, Booth, N.

-, -, Crown Lands, Receiver of. See Whitley, T.

-, -, Taxes, receiver of. See Booth, N.
-, Hollingshead, Fr., junr.
-, Ravenscroft, W.

Chesterfield, Countess of. See Stanhope, Catherine.

-, Earl of. See Stanhope, P.

Chestnuts, 12.

Chesworth manor (co. Sussex), 499.

Chetham (Chitham), Edward, tidesman, London port, 392, 812.

Chetwyn (Chetwin, Chetwind), Mr., petition, 356, 587.

-, Walter, Commissioner for Recusants, co Stafford, 697.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Stafford, 697.

Chicheley
-, (Chichesley) Sir John, Master of the Ordnance and Serjeant and Master of Arms, the Tower of London, 618
-, Commissioner of the Navy, 850.

-, Sir Thomas, Master of the Ordnance and Serjeant and Master of Arms, the Tower of London, 325, 356, 373, 389, 393, 402, 432, 447, 465, 508, 580, 618, 710, 802, 806, 826
-, fee of, 91, 311
-, grant of houses in the Minories, 207, 447, 452
-, Master of Ordnance, Ireland, 510.

Chichester (co. Sussex), 14, 144, 539, 644.

-, Bishop of. See Brideoake, R.

Chichester, John, of Hall, Commissioner for Recusants. co. Devon, 695.

Chidd (? Cludd), Samuel, of Norwood Park, co. Notts, surety for Mr. Jennison, 120.

Chief Justice in Eyre. See Forests.

Chiffinch, Dorothy, 179, 356.

-, Thomas (executrix of), a Commissioner (and Treasurer) for discovery of the late King's goods, 41, 61
-, interest on loans, 179

-, -, searcher, Gravesend port, 467.

-, William [Keeper of the Closet], 189, 386, 388, 442, 662, 738
-, Master of the Hawks, 326, 698, 752, 787, 829
-, pension, 22, 325, 371, 554, 599, 738, 787, 806
-, receipts of the Queen Mother's revenue, paid to, for the King, 365, 377, 409-10, 412, 502
-, French money, 185
-, payments to, for secret service, 876
-, woodman and keeper of game of the manor of Cookham and Bray, 75, 80
-, woodward of Windsor Forest, 486, 492, 509
-, payments to, for repairs at Windsor, 264
-, hay for deer [? New Park], 214
-, lease, Bestwood Park, 161, 386, 399
-, lodgings in Whitehall, 127, 369, 818
-, goods for, 127, 388, 450, 464, 508, 515, 519, 520, 546, 583, 586, 615, 626, 627, 634, 733, 818
-, New Year's gift to, 277.

-, -, Page of the Bedchamber, 637, 700.

-, -, Housekeeper of the Excise Office, 43.

Child, Josias, Navy victualler, 100, 148, 160, 431, 536.

-, Ralph, tidesman, London port, 2, 812.

-, Robert, Master of Tents, 171, 456, 551, 684.

Childrey (co. Berks), 396.

Childwall (co. Lancashire), 735.

Chilson (Charlbury, co. Oxford), 108.

Chimney Money. See Hearthmoney.

China, imports of, 388, 568, 657.

-, roots, 518.

Chingford Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Chirk castle (co. Denbigh), 377.

Chirke, William, conventicle, 580.

Chisnall, Sir Edward, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Lancashire, 739.

Chitham. See Chetham.

Chitty, Henry, of London, merchant, 526.

Chiverton, Sir Richard, Commissioner for Recusants, London, 696.

Chocolate, 616, 631.

Cholmondley
-, (Cholmley) Sir Hugh, 601
-, Tangier business, 228, 256, 260, 727
-, grant, 203, 221.

-, Jo., brewer, 218, 220, 468, 477.

-, Thomas (Isle of Man ministers, trustees for), 721.

Christian, Edward, 832.

-, Mr., 87.

-, William, Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Durham, Newcastle, Northumber land, Berwick, 68, 742, 863, 871
-, Receiver of Subsidy, ibid., 68, 79, 116
-, Receiver of the Eighteen Months' tax, ibid., 101, 108, 110, 136, 358, 773, 840
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 740.

Christmas, Richard, lease, 528.

Christopher, Thomas, officer for bills of exchange in the Customs, 21.

Christ's Hospital, King's new foundation of blue coat mathematical boys, 203, 243, 286, 308, 322, 325, 339, 361, 379-80, 411, 673, 734, 787, 806, 828, 872.

Chudleigh (Chudley, Chidleigh, Chundley), Hugh, surveyor of land waiters. London port, 867.

- Thomas, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to Spain, 147, 626
-, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the French King, 81, 147, 626, 636
-, Secretary to the Embassy for peace with the States, 121, 147, 294, 353
-, at Nimuegen, 356
-, at Cologne, 474, 636, 858, 860.

Church, Mr., horses for the King, 448.

-, Percy (Piercy), pension. 173, 267, 386
-, money given to the Catholic seminaries abroad, 869

Church Eaton (co. Stafford), 757.

Church lands. See Crown and Church Lands.

Churchill (Church-hill), John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 695.

-, Colonel John, plate, 337, 830.

-, Sir John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Somerset, 790.

-, Madame, 641.

-, Richard, Receiver of Hearthmoney, Somerset and Bristol, 742.

Churchwardens and poor maintenance rate, 681.

Churchwood, Nich., shipmaster, 597.

Churchyard, Charles, conventicle, 630.

Chute, George, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Surrey, 791.

Cinnamon, 493.

Cinque ports, officers, 350.

-, -, Serjeant, 14.

-, -, Lord Warden, 710, 727.

Civett, Madame Fra., pension, 349, 402, 623, 657, 767.

Civil war (late), 516.

Clancarty, Earl of. See Maccarty, C.

Clapham, Sir Christopher, Commissioner for Recusants, West Riding, co. Yorks. 740.

Clare, Charles, employed by the Attorney General, 840.

-, Thomas, prosecuting the weavers, 338.

-, Earl of. See Holles, G.

- (Ireland), 831.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, E.

Clarges
-, Sir Thomas, 603
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co Middlesex, 790
-, ditto, co. Surrey, 791
-, Commissioner for the Eighteen Months' Assessment, Middlesex, 752
-, lease, 213, 454, 476, 490
-, annuity to, 454.

- Sir Walter, son of Sir Thomas, 603, 613.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), Anthony, and wife, vintner, 70.

-, Captain, 525.

-, Sir Clement, baronet, 742, 873.

-, Edmund, tide surveyor, London port, 871.

-, Sir Francis (Customs debt), 109, 328
-, Collector of Hearthmoney, co. Kent, 182, 364
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Kent, 788.

-, George, Collector of Hearthmoney, Cornwall, Devon and Exeter, 20, 34, 163, 708.

-, Sir Gilbert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Derby, 792.

-, Henry, clerk of entries, Alienation Office, 265, 852.

-, -, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Wilts, 698.

-, Sir Henry, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Essex, 696.

-, James, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Surrey, 791.

-, -, ship master, 35,

-, John, commissioner for Recusants, co. Cumberland, 789.

-, -, Professor of Civil Law, Cambridge, 42, 126.

-, -, pardon for murder, 484.

-, - waiter, Blyth Nook, 842
-, surveyor at Shields, 15
-, tidesman, Exeter, 672.

-, Sir John [? King's Remembrancer's clerk], 600.

-, Jonathan, assignment to, 805.

-, Sir Jonathan, 409.

- Mr., Customs warehouse, London port, 482.

-, -, page of the Backstairs, 496.

-, -, agent to Backwell in Portugal, 686.

-, Peregrine, lease, 166.

-, Peter, boatman, Falmouth, 36.

-, Ralph, tidesman, London port, 26.

-, Thomas, commissioner for taking sureties of H. Awbrey (Hereford), 109.

-, -, King's cook, 488, 493.

-, Dr. Timothy, a king's Physician in Ordinary, 421.

-, Sir William, lease of St. John's Wood, 95.

Clarkes, Mr., horses for the king, 448.

Clatworthy, Thomas, tidesman, Lyme port, 562.

Clavering
-, Sir James, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 740
-, sheriff of Durham, 607.

-, Robert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 792.

Clay (Slee and see Cley), Andrew, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Lincoln, 696, 790.

-, William, Commissioner for taking surety of M. Jennison [Notts], 120.

Claypoole
-, Adam, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Lincoln, 696
-, ditto, co. Hunts, 790.

-, James, wine merchant, 103.

Clayton (Cleyton), James, Surveyor General of Customs, England, 817, 844.

- Sir John wood farm, 214, 258.

- Robert, scrivener, lease of Dean Forest ironworks, 175.

-, Sir Robert, Greenwax pension, 8
-, payments to, for the Duke of Richmond, 45
-, grant out of wood farm, 46, 481
-, royal bounty to, 67
-, annuity to Lord Loughborough, 161
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Surrey, 791.

-, Sir Thos., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford. 696
-, ditto, co. Bucks, 788

-, William, musician (sackbutt) to the King, 381, 454, 804.

Cleggatt, William, boatman, Falmouth port, 2.

Clement, John, assistant to Surveyor General of Customs, 82, 298, 366, 561.

-, -, one of the King's musicians, 454, 804.

-, Mr., ship's captain, 649.

-, - collector, Lynn, 768

Clerges. See Clarges.

Clerk. See Clark.

Clerk of the Crown, 289.

Clerks of Assize, 296.

- of the Peace, 251, 296, 340, 342.

- - allowance for law duties, collecting, 113.

- - allowance for Hearthmoney views, 115, 177, 344.

Clerkenwell (co. Middlesex), 109.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Palmer, B.

- House, 81, 95, 432, 864.

Cley (and see Clay) Tho., tidesman, Exeter port, 763.

Cliffe. See Rockingham Forest.

Clifford, Henry, Solicitor for the Eighteen Months' assessment, cos. Warwick and Worcester, 102, 113, 166.

-, Hugh, Clerk of the Pipe, 364.

-, Lady, petition, 287.

-, Symon, teller of the Exchequer, 650.

-, Thomas, Lord Clifford, Lord High Treasurer, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 14, 15 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and so passim 104, 198, 200, 214, 219, 224, 282, 775
-, account of French money, 311
-, issues to. 365
-, fee as Lord Treasurer, 364
-, grant of rents, 364.

Clifford's Inn (co. Middlesex), 99, 420.

- House, Fleet Street, 656.

Clifton, Mr., vintner, 206.

Clifton (co. Gloucester), 528.

- (co. Yorks), 687.

- Dartmouth Hardness (co. Devon), annuity to. See Dartmouth.

- Hundred (co. Beds), 634.

Clinton (Clynton), Lady, Queen's dresser, 140, 411, 561, 602, 664, 760, 840.

-, Robert (alias Fines), forfeiture for killing, 623.

Clipping. See Mint.

Clipsham, Michael, merchant (wines), 51, 581.

Clitheroe Honor (co. Lancashire and Yorks), 736.

Clive ("Clithe") (co. Salop), 697, 790.

Cloberry
-, (Clobery) Sir John, 169
-, fee farm, 8, 16, 156
-, brother of, Sub-Commissioner of Prizes, 169.

Cloth
-, 3
-, imported, seizures of, 429.

-, transportation of. See Woollen.

-, unsealed. See aulnage.

-, white, prohibition of export, 216.

Cloths or Stuffs
-, see Durnace Fingrins, Holland, Pladdings, Duffals

Clothworkers
-, 214
-, see Dutch.

-, Company, 216.

Clothfair. See Streets.

Clothier, Devereux, fife player, 444, 533, 800.

Clowerwall (Newland, co. Gloucester), 508.

Cludd. See Chidd.

Clutterbuck, Mr., difference with victuallers, 184.

-, Dr. Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Southampton, 791.

-, Sir Thomas, 717
-, contract for victualling the fleet in the Mediterranean, 270, 305, 627, 641, 821

Coaches, imports of, 68, 529, 537, 853.

Coal, bound coastwise and driven over sea or vice versa, question as to duty on, 385, 391, 499, 583, 705 vice versa.

-, mines, 650, 719, 743, 809
-, see Stratton super Fosse

-, prohibition of transport beyond sea, but to be brought to London, &c. (1673, Dec. 17, to 1674 Mar. 17), 228, 390, 446
-, revoked 1673-4, Feb. 13, 479

-, - to strangers to lade coal in England (order of Council 1673, Sep. 5), 390, 391, 400 446
-, and see Navigation Act (revocation)

-, shipments of, 415, 681.

-, ships, 813.

- Duty, export duty, 660.

-, - on coal carried on horses to Scotland, 166, 376.

-, -, aliens' duties on, questions as to, 33, 47, 390, 412
-, and see Navigation Act (suspension)

-, -, exemption from. See London, poor.

-, -, 12d. per chaldron, history of, 766.

-, -, -, Farmer of, 125 (see Viscount Mordaunt, Payton, Sir T., Whichcott, J.)
-, farm rent, 325
-, farm grant, 766.

-, -, 4s. per chaldron on exported coal, 107.

-, -, -, Farmer of, 107 [Lord Townsend].

-, -, -, annuities out of farm of, 107, 255, 301, 308, 325, 738.

-, -, -, payments, orders, &c. on, 37.

-, -, 3s. per chaldron on, 460.

-, -, second Act, 191, 202.

-, -, Viscount Grandison's collection of, in London port, 186, 189, 190, 191, 197, 202, 435.

Coates, Nicholas, deputy and surety to R. Hill (Hearthmoney, Cambridge), 134, 819.

Coatham (co. Yorks), 423.

Cobb, Sir Francis, 734.

Cock
-, (Cocke) Captain George, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded, accounts, 84, 124, 184, 200, 201, 289, 408, 556, 558, 672, 741
-, interest, 201
-, issues out of his moneys, 201.

-, John, husband of Mary Levins, 611.

-, Joseph, Customs bonds, 798.

Cockaine. Thomas, tidesman, Bristol port, 841.

Cockcroft, William (Halifax tithes), 653, 687.

Cockley-Cley (co. Norfolk), 620.

Cockpit. See Streets.

Cocks. See Cox.

Cockshut, Mr., 200.

Cocoa nuts, 559.

Cod (fish), 397.

Coddington (co. Notts), 86.

Coell, Sir John, lease, St. James's Field, 837.

Coffee sellers (London), prosecution for not taking licences, 59, 132.

Coffin, Francis, of Covent Garden, scrivener, surety of E. Harris, 122.

Coghlan (Coughlan), Captain John, payment for services, 145.

-, Mr. [Counsel], 196-7.

Coggeshall (co. Chester), 736.

Coin and moneys of account
-, See crowns
-, crusados
-, gilders
-, milreis
-, sols
-, guiners,

-, seizures of, on export, 76.

-, foreign, 82.

Coinage and coinage duty. See Mint.

Coke, Sir Ralph, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 792.

-, Sir Rob., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Derby, 791.

Coker, Sir Henry, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Wilts, 698.

-, Robert. Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 695.

Colbert [Charles, Marquis de Croissy, brother to J. B. Colbert], Ambassador from France, 83, 142, 362, 364, 403, 413, 456, 462, 492, 572.

-, Madame, wife of the above, goods for, 201, 403, 413
-, presents to, 492

Colchester
-, Captain Duncombe, a Commissioner, Dean Forest, 150, 605
-, timber out of Dean Forest, 260, 605
-, a Commissioner for Recusants, co. Gloucester, 789.

-, Mr., a Six Clerk, 99.

Colchester (co. Essex), 649, 729, 734.

Colby. See Coleby.

Colclough. Sir Cezar, Commissioner for Recusants co. Berks), 695.

Coldbrook (co. Monmouth), 790.

Coldstreamers
-, 778, 803
-, and see Army.

Cole, Charles, Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 281, 662.

-, Christopher, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Gloucester, 789.

-, George, land carriage man, London port, 848.

-, John, surveyor, Cowes port, 624.

-, Mr. (Nelthorp's affair), 243, 245.

-, Thomas (father of Charles), 662
-, of London, scrivener, 734

-, Tho., Commissioner of Recusants, co. Southampton, 791.

-, William, clerk comptroller, Bristol port, 371, 505.

- -, killing of, 650.

Coleby (Colby), Daniell, landwaiter, Bideford, 400.

-, Hobart, a Groom of Her Majesty's Chamber, 62, 416, 700, 797.

Colebeck, John, constable of Halifax, 413.

Coleman, Charles, King's music, 454, 804.

-, John, assignment to, from the Earl of Bath, 171, 370, 671.

-, Captain William, collector, Plymouth port, 506.

Colepeper
-, Thomas, second Lord Colepeper, a Member (Vice-president) of the Council for Foreign Plantations, 14, 34, 310, 460, 651
-, royal bounty to, 309, 324, 747, 783, 795.

Coles. See Colles.

Coleseed, 622.

Colevile. See Colville.

Coling. See Cooling.

Colladon
-, Sir John, knight, Physician to the King, 492
-, and see Colleton.

Collard, Richard, ship master, 717.

Colleges, the [? Masters of Chancery and Serjeants], 772.

Colles (Coles, Coales), John, Receiver of Hearthmoney, cos. Stafford and Salop, 98, 742.

-, William, junr., wine merchant, 133.

-, -, senr., wine merchant, 10, 133, 498, 532.

Colleton
-, Sir Peter, 596
-, and see Colladon.

Collett, Thomas, Excise officer, Herts, 291.

Collier (Collyer), Henry, wine merchant, 103, 133.

-, Isaac, goldsmith, interest, 540.

Colline. George, of Wormbridge, surety of H. Awbrey, 109.

Collingtree (co. Northampton), 153.

Collingwood, Anthony, of Newark, Notts, surety of M. Jennison, 120.

-, Daniell, ship owner, 655.

-, Mr. (Ordnance), 278.

-, -, corn for Berwick garrison, 498.

Collins, Francis, lease of Dartmoor, 868.

-, James, Collector of Hearthmoney, York and West Riding, co. Yorks, 100.

-, John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Southampton, 697.

-, -, distributor of farthings, Mint, 125, 611.

-, -, pension, 165
-, Excise Farmer, 846, 847

-, Mr., Stratton super Fosse, 743.

-, William (Halifax, tithes), 654, 687.

Collinson, James, upholsterer, 611.

Collison, John, waiter, Scarborough port, 2.

Collop, Mr., land, St. James's Park, 334, 864.

Collwoodleigh, James, of Uplowman, co. Devon, surety of G. Clark, 163.

Colne (co. Huntingdon), 165, 175.

Cologne (Germany), 522, 545.

-, treaty negotiations at, 425, 446, 474, 480, 506, 521, 595, 598, 636.

-, French Plenipotentiaries at, 531, 533.

Colquitt, Francis, boatman, Falmouth, 2.

-, Jo., collector, Stockton, 487, 612, 824, 842.

Colson, Tho., coal shipper, 681.

Colstead, Benj., collector, Lyme port, 813.

Coltrop. See Calthrope.

Colvert. See Calvert.

Colville
-, (Colevile Colvell), Dorothea, 113, 540, 708
-, executrix to John Colville, 301, 429, 442, 730
-, Wine Act interests, 70
-, trustees of, 129
-, accounts (including interest accounts), 138
-, payments to, 185, 283.

-, John, executors, 180
-, repayments, tallies, orders, &c., 9, 32, 113, 301, 429, 442, 708
-, accounts, 464
-, interest, 179-80, 540
-, statement of principal, 730.

-, Tho., Receiver of the Eighteen Months' assessment, co. Suffolk, 102, 110, 120, 136.

-, William, surety of Colville, T., 120.

Colwall, Daniell, undersearcher, London port, 106, 402, 598.

Comb (a measure), 622.

Combe, John, lease, 45.

Combe (co. Oxford), 818.

Combes, John, Six Clerks' business, 99.

Combs, imports of, 586.

Common Law Judges, 417.

- Pleas (England), 516, 838, 862.

- -, Court at Westminster, 59, 103.

- -, Justices of, 72, 699.

- -, Lord Chief Justice (see North, Sir F.), impost wines to, 425.

- -, officers, 458.

- -, protonotary of, 167, 468.

- -, sealing of writs (see Sealing), Law duties on. See Hambden, R.
-, Waldron, T.

- Pleas (Ireland), Lord Chief Justice of. See Booth, Sir R.

Common Prayer. See King's printer.

Commoners and Commonage, 233, 435, 478, 779.

Commons, House of (England), 49.

-, -, assistant clerk to, see Marsh, T.
-, under clerks, royal bounty to, 112.

-, -, attendants (Brookes, J., Carey, A., Cooper, E., Hardy, T., Hughs, T.), 434, 648.

-, -, clerk to, 603
-, see Goldsbrough, W.

-, -, committee, 450.

-, -, doorkeepers, 171, 276.

-, -, election petition, 76.

-, -, necessaries for, 72, 301, 305, 353, 731, 864
-, see Bishop, Sir R.
-, Norfolk, Sir J.

-, -, officers, 329.

-, -, sessions, 72.

-, -, Speaker, 286, 301, 353, 390, (see Seymour E.)
-, issues to, 272, 274, 287, 288, 324, 350, 354, 860.

-, -, votes of, 325, 472.

Commonwealth survey, 397, 433, 686.

Commutation
-, See Bills
-, Fees.

Companies
-, See London (Companies)
-, East India
-, Royal Africa
-, Muscovado
-, Eastland
-, Turkey
-, Hudson's Bay
-, Merchant Adventurers.

Composition trade (Dover), 233, 245, 532, 582, 596.

Compton, Sir Francis [Whittlewood Forest], 538.

-, Hy. (see Oxford, Bishop of), royal bounty to, 638.

-, James, tenth earl of Northampton, Coventry wall survey, 218, 480-1
-, Constable of the Tower of London, 795.

-, Richard, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Southampton, 697.

Concealed lands. See Discoveries.

Concordatums. See Ireland.

Condover, hundred (co, Salop), 741.

Conduit, John, messenger to the office of Exchanges, 166.

Congers, Josiah, tidesman, Whitby port, 581.

Congreve, Richard, trustee for Pendrell lands, 757.

Coniers. See Conyers.

Coningsby, Juliana. See Hext.

Conisbrough (co. Yorks), 687.

Connett, John, conventicle, 580.

Connor (Ireland), Dean of. See Sheridan, P.

Constables, allowance to, for Hearthmoney collections, 344.

Constrome. See Cronstrome.

Contie, Geronimo Alberti de, husband of Margaret Paston, 582

Contingencies, 264, 440, 445, 494.

Conventicles, 352.

-, detailed, remission of King's third share of fines, 48, 69, 188, 191, 251, 372, 524, 531, 547, 553, 555, 556, 560, 580, 599, 602, 620, 625, 627, 630, 660, 661.

-, grants out of King's third of, 72, 416, 553
-, Privy Council order for remission, 372.

Conway (Conoway), Marmaduke, falconer, 454, 568, 575, 685.

-, Edward, Viscount Conway and Viscount Killultagh, 465, 751
-, creation money, 493.

Conway (co. Carnarvon), 617.

Conyers (Coniers), Sir Christopher, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 740.

-, Edward, keeper of the Ordnance in the Tower of London, 429, 693, 701, 869.

-, Lord. See Darcy, C.

-, Tristram, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Essex, 750, 789.

Coode, Mr. (Collector of Assessments, Kerrier hundred, co. Cornwall), 54.

Cooke (Cook, Coke, and see Cock), Edmo., of Norwich, Commissioner for taking surety of R. Bendish, 120.

-, Edward, deputy in Greenwax Office, 14.

-, -, Dean Forest Commission, 150
-, Colonel, 220, 222, 227, 228, 480.

-, -, assistant to Customs Comptroller General, 612.

-, Sir George, Commissioner for Recusants, West Riding, co. Yorks, 739.

-, Henry, Captain, one of the King's music and composer of the King's private music and master of the children of the Chapel Royal, 682, 743-4
-, orders of loan, 318, 326, 333, 777, 817.

-, James, chirurgeon's mate to Barbados Regiment, 644.

-, -, shipmaster, 42.

-, John, of St. Mary Matfellon, co. Middlesex, surety of T. Rich, 122.

- (John), secretary to Secretary Coventry, royal bounty, 100
-, pension, 633, 755.

- -, keeper of ship entries book, London port, 421, 449.

-, Mr. (400l. per an.), 295, 301, 327.

-, Robert, lease of manor of Westminster and Neats Court, 801.

-, Roger, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, South Wales, 69.

-, Samuel, waiter, Melcombe Regis port, 423.

-, Thomas, master of the King's tennis court, 734.

-, Tho., importing bayes, 419.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Norfolk, 698.

-, -, Commissioner of Dean Forest, 150
-, and see Cook, Edward.

-, -, shipmaster, 35.

-, -, steward of the manor of Windsor, 421.

-, Younger, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Hereford, 790.

Cook's Coppice. See Whittlewood Forest.

Cookham (co. Berks), 45.

- Marsh (co. Berks) alias Cockmarsh, 45, 435, 477, 527.

- and Bray, manor (co. Berks), 75, 80, 435, 477-8, 527.

Cooling, Benjamin, a keeper of the Council Chamber, 21, 611, 808, 863.

-, Mr., 321, 777.

-, Richard, lease, Somerstown, 153.

Cooper
-, (Cowper), Anthony, Ashley, first Earl of Shaftesbury, 665
-, formerly a Treasury Lord (Chancellor of Exchequer), 58, 261
-, Lord Chancellor [17 Nov. 1672-9 Nov. 1673], 58, 425, 772
-, President of the Council for Foreign Plantations, 36, 172, 448
-, Treasurer for Prizes first Dutch war, 776
-, creation money, 431
-, House [see Exeter House].

-, Anthony, Lord Ashley, afterwards second Earl of Shaftesbury, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 695.

-, Cecil, surety and brother to John, 476, 495, 519.

-, Christina, widow of Samuel, pension to, 173, 180-1, 237, 284, 319, 403, 560, 684.

-, Edmond, bond to the King, 718.

-, Edmund, under attendant, the House of Commons, royal bounty to, 434, 648, 814.

-, Edward, of Hurn, Hants, a Commissioner for Abuses, New Forest, 124.

-, John, Receiver of arrears of assessment, co. Notts, 382, 495, 519
-, Receiver of Royal Aid, co. Notts, 476

-, -, tidesman, Shields, 116.

-, Mr. and Mrs., 510.

-, Samuel, the King's limner, 173, 180, 395
-, pictures of, 181

-, Tho., Customs officer, 400.

Coote, Alice, widow of Charles, second Earl of Mountrath, 842.

-, Charles, third Earl of Mountrath, 842-3.

Cooth (Gooth), Edward, merchant, of London, 586.

Cope
-, Sir Anthony (Custom house, lease), 52, 186, 189, 192, 193, 209, 210, 295, 309, 430, 652, 720, 822, 823
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford, 696.

-, Sir John, brother of Sir Anthony, 823.

-, Richard, of London, grocer, surety of N. Reeve, 122.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford, 790.

Copley (Coply), Edward, Commissioner for Recusants, West Riding, co. Yorks, 740.

-, Godfrey, 839.

- Sir Godfrey, Commissioner for Recusants, West Riding, co. Yorks, 739.

-, Thomas, collector of Plantation duty, Roanoke, 522.

Copper for the Mint. See Mint.

- chests, out of prizes, 200, 392, 397, 407, 429.

-, duty on, in Sweden 66.

- exports, 486.

- plates, imports of, 578.

-, price of, 392.

Copping, Mr. (Colvile's order), 301.

Coppleston Sir Jo.
-, proposal for Hearthmoney farm, 236, 237, 246
-, (about Cannington), 287
-, (information against Wharton), 289, 675.

Copyhold, grants, 142, 809.

Corance. See Currance.

Corbett
-, (Corbet) Sir John, justice of the peace, co. Salop, 299
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Salop, 697.

-, Laurence, waiter, London port, 800, 802, 858.

-, Sir Richard, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Salop, 790.

-, Sir Vincent, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Salop, 697.

Corbyn (Corbin), Mr., 333.

-, Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 562, 769, 817.

Corcoit. Mr., tidewaiter, 415.

Cordell, Lowd, a Page of the Bedchamber, 637.

-, Sir Robt., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Suffolk, 791.

Corderoy, Tho., Commissioner for abuses, New Forest, 124.

Corey, Fra., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Norfolk, 698.

Coriton. See Coryton.

Cork (Ireland), 89.

- House. See Ireland (Cork).

Corlinick (in Tybecta, Cornwall), 397, 418.

Corn, Act of Tillage. See Tillage.

-, duty on meal and flour, 499, 549.

- exported, business of, 355.

-, exports, 144.

-, imports of, 245, 498, 532, 536, 549, 578, 580, 660, 663, 755, 811.

-, -, prosecutions relating to, 308, 622, 740, 743, 767.

-, imports, legal questions as to, 556-7, 670, 866.

-, opportuneness of imports for relief of the country, 811.

-, scarcity of, 660.

-, wheat prices, 740, 811.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, H.

Cornelius. Captain Daniel, money received for the Duke of York [for Portsmouth], 209, 436, 467.

Corner, Alexander, tidewaiter, London port, 812.

-, Isaac [master bricklayer to the Works], 6, 413, 629.

Corney, Christopher, ship's purser, 811.

Cornwall
-, Edward, Collector of Hearthmoney and Excise, co. Hereford, 178, 320, 782
-, surety for R. Vaughan, 704
-, Captain Edward, surety for J. Davis, 279, 339, 357, 867.

-, Humphry, surety for R. Vaughan, 704
-, a Commissioner for Recusants, co. Hereford, 696.

-, Robert, of Berrington, surety of H. Awbrey, 109.

Cornwall, County, 37, 42, 57, 77, 93, 108, 115, 137, 141, 315, 378, 385, 397, 418, 442, 443, 529, 543, 627, 640, 667, 692, 702, 711, 751, 856, 868, 869.

-, -, Commissioners for Recusants, 693, 694, 695, 789, 804.

-, -, Excise Farm and Farmers, 43, 129, 381, 396, 443, 541, 554, 572, 575
-, see Forth, J.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 365, 366
-, see Clark, G.

-, -, inhabitants of, rent for free trade to the Hanse Towns, Denmark, Muscovy and the Levant, 548.

-, -, Receivers, Commissioners, &c. of Taxes, 54, 406
-, see Moyle, Sir W., Trethewy, L.

-, Duchy, accounts, 311.

-, -, Act of Parliament concerning leases, 418.

-, -, Attorney to, 68, 227, 229, 313, 315, 599, 780
-, see Banks, J.
-, Courtney, N
-, Harrison, T.
-, Lane, Sir R.
-, Stephens, T.
-, Vyvian, H.
-, Walter, J.

-, -, Auditor of. 150, 403, 529, 778, 830 (see Harbord, W.)
-, deputy to, see Symes, J.

-, -, borough rents of, 296.

-, -, courts and leets, 599.

-, -, fee farms, 711.

-, -, gaol, 805.

-, -, improved rents, purchasing off, 74, 75, 76, 184, 660
-, compositions and increased rents, grant of to Viscount Grandison and E. Villiers [for the Duchess of Cleveland], 142, 153, 159, 279, 312, 529.

-, -, lands, 74, 291, 635, 660, 705, 816-7, 841.

-, -, leases, 15, 51, 57, 69, 77, 87, 93, 123, 150, 229, 431, 443, 470, 483, 688, 717, 751, 779, 794, 799, 814, 868.

-, - profits, collection of, 543.

-, - Receiver General, 403, 436, 442, 529, 599, 763, 778, 830.

-, -, standing revenue, 153
-, payments out of, 155, 164
-, pensions on, 403
-, see Currance, J.
-, Killegrew, Sir P.
-, Napper. R.
-, Tregeagle, J.

-, -, stewardships of manors, 689, 703.

-, -, Surveyor General of. See Higgons, Sir T.

-, -, tin affairs. See Tin.

Cornwallis
-, Charles, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Suffolk, 791
-, lease, 175, 734.

-, Lady, pension, 151, 647, 691.

Coronation robes, 40.

Corporation charters. See Charters.

Corraut, Thomas, shipmaster, 475.

Corrody, 458.

Corsellis, Charles, agent for a Danish importer, 518.

Coryton
-, (Coriton Corriton), Sir John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cornwall, 695
-, father of, 841
-, Cornwall tin affair, 227, 229, 327
-, lease, 841.

Cosking, Jeremiah, shipmaster, 530.

Cosmographer. See King's cosmographer.

Cossen, Thomas, bond to the King, 718.

Costine, George, gift to All Hallows Stayning, 585, 596.

Coston (co. Devon), 560.

Cotten. See Cotton.

Cotter, Captain (Barbados Regiment), 724.

Cotterell
-, (Cottrell). Sir Charles knight, Master of the Ceremonies, 55, 237, 276, 411, 495, 574, 623, 744
-, Master of Requests, 592.

-, Charles (son of Sir Charles), 411
-, assistant to the Master of Ceremonies, 55, 574
-, reversion of Mastership of the Ceremonies, 744.

-, Clement, late Assistant Master of Ceremonies, slain at Sole Bay, 55, 667.

Cottington, Francis, Lord Cottington, 705.

Cottle, Alice, daughter of Sir G. Benyon, 223.

-, Mr., Benyon's business, 220, 221, 241, 242, 243, 481, 768.

Cotton (Cotten), Anthony, corrody, Westminster, 458.

-, Sir John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Huntingdon, 790 ditto for Cambridge, 803
-, perpetuity (for the parson of Landwade, co. Cambridge), 269, 449, 630.

-, Sir Robert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cambridge, 803.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cornwall, 695.

Cotton wool
-, 367, 525, 526
-, stuffs, 436.

Cotton (co. Stafford), 758.

Cotton End (co. Beds), 153.

Couchman, Mathew, killing of, 472.

Coue, Captain Peter, collector of Plantation duty at Montserrat, 427.

Coulson, Thomas, Customs bonds, 799.

Counterfeiters. See Mint.

Counties
-, fixed charges on. See Crown Revenues
-, Fee Farms.

Courcy (Coursey), Ellen de widow of John, twentieth baron of Kinsale, 824.

-, Henry, surveyor of Plantation duty at Maryland, 427.

-, Patrick de, twenty-first Lord Kinsale, 824.

Couror, Mrs. Leleis, 60, 61.

-, Lady, 60.

Court, Edward, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Somerset, 791.

Courthop (Courthorp), Edward, a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 848.

-, Sir George, a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 265, 848.

-, Sir George, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Sussex, 697.

-, Peter, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Sussex, 697.

Courtney (Courtenay), Edward, twenty-first Earl of Devon, 470.

-, Humphry, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cornwall, 695
-, of Tremee, co. Cornwall, surety of Tregagle, J., and Killegrew, Sir P., 137, 490.

-, John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 695.

-, Mary, royal bounty to, 168, 182.

-, Nicholas, of the Inner Temple, Attorney for the Duchy of Cornwall, 39, 68, 78, 224, 226, 227, 252, 295, 318, 319, 483, 588, 599, 600, 765
-, Royal bounty to, 315, 321, 766, 785
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 789
-, of St. Breock. co. Cornwall, surety of Tregagle J., and Killigrew, Sir P., 137.

-, Captain Peter, collector of Truro, 230, 352, 496, 528.

- Sir William, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Devon, 695.

Courts at Westminster
-, 103
-, and see Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer, King's Bench, London (Lord Mayor and Sheriffs), Lancashire (Duchy).

- - -, fines and amerciaments, 279
-, see Capias pro fine.

- Baron, 674.

-, Leet, 674, 762, 783.

Cove
-, Nicholas, searcher, Tynemouth port, 428
-, and see Coue.

Covent Garden. See Streets.

Coventry, Fr., Commissioner for Recusants, co Suffolk, 791.

-, Henry, 9
-, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 3
-, Secretary of State 3, 4, 162, 226, 237, 258, 260, 277, 291, 332, 390, 499, 555, 588, 638, 688, 825
-, ancient fee as, 337
-, salary, 477
-, Secretary to see Cooke, J
-, New Year's gift to, 277
-, Ambassador to Sweden, 66, 355, 573
-, plate for, 145
-, pictures for, 186, 364
-, lodgings at Whitehall, 364
-, Secret Service, 617, 683
-, issues to, 618.

-, Sir John, K.B., Bailiff of Burley, New Forest, co. Southampton, 477, 485
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 695.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cornwall, 695.

Coventry
-, (co. Warwick) 110, 694
-, pulling down wall of. 218, 480-1
-, fee farm, rent of, 702, 711.

-, Bishop of. See Lichfield.

Covert
-, Sir Jno., 785
-, Commissioner for Recusants. co. Sussex, 697.

Coward
-, William, Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 152, 210, 433, 464
-, Lady Doddington's case, 435.

Cowcumbers, 853.

Cowes
-, (Isle of Wight) 26, 79, 212, 335, 499, 624, 652, 744, 780
-, Navy victualling services at, 320.

Cowland
-, William, watchman, 338
-, collector at Maldon, 839.

Cowley, Abraham, lease, 837.

Cowne, Nathaniel, tidesman, Newcastle port, 842.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cox (Cocks, and see Cock), Benjamin, merchant, 613.

-, Elizabeth (wife of Mr. Cox), 75.

-, George (father of Nathaniel), a keeper of the Council Chamber, 21, 117, 453.

-, Captain John, reward, first Dutch war, 494.

-, Mr. (copyhold, Dorset), 75.

-, Nathaniel, a keeper of the Council Chamber, 21, 611.

-, Richard, lease, co. Yorks, 433
-, sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Yorks, 443.

-, Sir Richard, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Gloucester, 789.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Hereford, 696.

Coxon, Francis, Solicitor for the Eighteen Months' Assessment, cos, Essex and Herts, 101, 113, 166.

Coyseglace (in Tybecta, co. Cornwall), 397, 418.

Cradock (Craddock), John, of London, mercer, surety of R. Bendish, 120.

-, Sir Joseph, Commissioner for Recusants. North Riding, co Yorks, 750.

-, Tho., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 740.

Cragg, Robert, haberdasher, London, 533, 610, 635, 741, 811.

Crake mills (Chester), 736.

Cramphorne, Daniell, conventicle, 625.

Cranborne, Viscountess. See Cecil, D.

Crane, Francis (husband of Mary), 509.

-, John, dyer, of London, lease, Isle of Ely, 121.

-, -, tidesman, London port, 364, 454.

-, Mary, a dresser to the Queen, pension to, 509, 569, 602, 664, 760, 840.

-, William, noontender, London port, 509.

-, -, parish of Beccles, 567.

Cranfield
-, Edward (improving revenue of Four and a Half per cent.), 146
-, voyage to Surinam, 278, 283, 315, 664, 714, 762, 874.

-, Lionel, third Earl of Middlesex, creation money, 31, 46, 668
-, pension [as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber], 252, 345, 420, 445, 723, 875.

Cranmer, Lady, a dresser to the Queen, 140, 411, (Mrs.) 561, 602, 664, 760, 840.

-, William, transporting himself from Holland, 391.

Craske, John, conventicle, 660.

Cratford, Christopher, pension for Lord Byron, 146, 370, 402, 449.

Craven
-, Sir Anthony, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford, 696
-, ditto, co. Berks, 695.

-, William, first Earl of Craven, 390.

-, Sir William, Commissioner for Recusants, co.Berks, 695
-, ditto, West Riding, co. Yorks, 740.

Crawford, Samuel, of Spalding, co. Lincoln, 502.

Crawley
-, Francis, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bedford, 788
-, Receiver of Hearthmoney, cos. Herts and Essex, 112, 302, 413.

Crawthorne, Richard, stationery, 611.

Creation money, 19, 31, 46, 51, 80, 81, 85, 87, 89, 91, 96, 98, 102, 125, 141, 145, 146, 163, 170, 171, 173, 194, 256, 305, 366, 376, 377, 379, 381, 382, 389, 398, 400, 405, 426, 428, 431, 441, 445, 446, 447, 465, 471, 474, 483, 488, 493, 515, 536, 578, 579, 586, 593, 610, 613, 628, 631, 634, 684, 688, 689, 711, 712, 730, 780, 792, 805, 806, 808, 821, 826, 829, 834, 856, 860, 862, 869.

Creech, Edward, watchman, London port, 94.

Crego (co. Cornwall), 137.

Creick, Daniel de, shipmaster, 387.

Creighton, George, a king's waiter, London port, 866.

Crequi, Franois, Marquis de, marechal de France, 390.

Cressett, Edward, landwaiter, Bristol port, 717.

-, Francis, messenger to the Law Duties Comptrol Office, 148, 317, 602, 797.

Cresswell, Richard, junior, searcher, Gravesend port, 2, 633, 653.

Creuddyn (co. Carnarvon), 659.

Creutz, Lord, of Sweden, present to, 519.

Crewe (Crew), Henry, landwaiter, London port, 487, 500.

-, Nathaniel, Master of Chancery, 265, 852.

-, -, clerk of the Closet, 614, 625, 679
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Durham, 792
-, and see Durham, bishop of.

Crewel, worsted, 10.

Cricklade (co. Wilts), 512.

Crispe (Crysp), Jo., collector, London port, 690.

-, Jo., merchant, 513.

- Laud, services in the Great Wardrobe, 117, 401.

-, Nicho., collector, London port, 690.

-, Sir Nicholas [port bonds], 297
-, collector outwards. London port, 393, 588, 824
-, Customs farmer, 435, 674
-, spice duty, 498.

-, Tho., collector, London port, 690.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Kent, 789.

Croane, Isaac, pardon of debt (wine), 108.

-, Jacob, wine merchant, 58.

Crock brewers. See Excise (Crock).

Crockford, John, the King's red deer harbourer, 454.

Croft, manor (co. Lincoln), 484, 659.

Crofts, Charles, landwaiter, London port, 104.

-, George, tidesman, Looe port, 364.

-, Sir Herbert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Hereford, 696.

-, John, a servant of the King, 832.

-, Mr., ship, 239.

-, Owen, wine merchant, 133.

-, William, Lord Crofts, pension on Excise, 29, 44, 94, 147, 158, 256, 284, 308, 325, 671, 738.

Croke (Crook), Sir John, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bucks, 788.

-, Richard, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Oxford, 696.

-, Sir Robert, Clerk of the Pipe, 19, 23, 48, 74, 81, 145, 296, 364, 559, 760, 805, 849
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bucks, 788.

Croker, Sir Henry (militia money, Wilts), 25.

Crokewell (co. Yorks), 687.

Crome, Valentine, creditor to Sir Frescheville Holles, 410, 505.

Crompton, Robert, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Bedford, 788.

Crondall (co. Hants), 473.

Cronstrome (Constrome), Abraham, of Stockholm, copper for the Mint, 66.

Crook. See Croke.

Cropredy (co. Oxford), 108, 145.

Crosby, Hugh, 736.

Crosecly (Goosetly) (Tibecta, co. Cornwall), 443, 452.

Cross (Crosse), John, wine merchant, 133.

-, Silvester, of Kinsale, merchant, 810.

-, Thomas, alias Booke Bookey, 809.

-, William, Dean Forest, ironworks, 489.

Croston, Jeremy, tidesman, London port, 116.

Crowch, Tho., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Cambridge, 803.

Crowe, Sir Sackvile, Secretary and Clerk of the Signet, Wales and Marches, 132, 768, 774.

-, John, brother of Sir Sackville, Secretary and Clerk of the Signet, Wales and Marches, 132.

Crowland, manor (co. Lincoln), 149, 182, 366, 544.

Crown, attempt to steal, 534.

- (Crowns), French, 90, 500.

- or angel gold for Healing medals. See Healing.

-, Clerk of. See Clerk.

- Inn (Temple Gates), 249.

- Lands, abstract of patents (from Richard I to 1637), 45.

- -, Commissioners for Crown and Church lands, 778.

- -, concealments and discoveries. See Discoveries.

- -, disputed titles to, and attempts at recovery, 52
-, and see Discoveries.

- -, encroachments, 31, 371, 779
-, and for the encroachments in the royal forests see the separate forests as under Forests.

- -, fee farms, and sales of. See Fee farms.

- - leases, 5, 15, 18, 42, 52, 57, 66, 67, 74, 76, 77, 81, 87, 92, 93, 111, 119, 121, 122, 123, 130, 134, 150, 159, 161, 166, 178, 182, 254, 391, 418, 431, 433, 435, 443, 454, 463, 470, 475, 476, 477, 508, 527, 528, 534, 539, 640, 652, 656, 659, 686, 687, 701, 716, 717, 737, 760, 763, 768, 779, 783, 793, 794, 799, 800, 801, 803, 807, 809, 816, 819, 841, 851, 864
-, regulations as to, 334
-, for in custodiam leases see Custodiam.

- - manors. See Royal manors.

- -, mortgaged to the Six Clerks in 1627. See Chancery (Six Clerks).

- -, particulars of all King's lands remaining, 346.

- -, Receivers General, accounts, 184

- -, -, profits gone by sale of fee farms, 56.

- - rents and revenues, payments charged on, 4.

- -, -, fixed or certain charges on, in the several counties and arrangements as to, in consequence of sale of fee farms, 41, 42, 48, 60
-, and see Fee Farms (county payments).

- -, Surveyor General (see Sir C. Harbord), reports and ratals by, passim.

- -, waste, 15, 391, 765.

- Office, clerks, 272.

- -, fines and amerciaments, 272.

Croxton, St. John, pardon, 872.

Croysdale, Thomas, Excise offences, 413.

Crucifixes, 475.

Crumpe (Crump), Antho., of Bretforton, surety of M. Sandys, 123.

-, Thomas, 12.

-, William, shipmaster, 586.

Crusados, current in Ireland, 292.

Cruys, Francis, a King's musician (viol), 410, 804.

Cublington (co. Bucks), 115.

Cuff, Sir James (Ireland, accounts), 351, 858.

Culliford, Robt., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Dorset, 695.

-, Robt., Comptroller of Customs [? Southampton port], 132, 784.

-, William, register of seizures in the Customs, 105, 122, 180, 189, 212, 306, 363, 387, 445, 566, 603, 728, 780.

Cullon, Captain Thomas, 126, 131.

Cullum
-, Sir Tho., bart., Commissioner for taking surety of T. Colvill, 120
-, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Suffolk, 791.

Culmer, Daniell, Customs bonds, 798.

Cumberland, Samuel, conventicle, 660.

Cumberland, county, 69, 447, 516, 532, 544, 630, 735, 867.

- -, Commissioners for Recusants, 789, 804.

-, - Excise Farmers, 43, 396, 443, 541, 575.

-, -, Hearthmoney Receivers. See Addison, T.
-, Williamson, G.

-, -, Receivers of Crown Lands, 722, 865.

-, -, Taxes, Receivers. See Lamplugh, J.
-, Williamson, G.

Cunliffe, John, Liskeard, lease, 793.

Cunning, Michael, conventicle, 602.

Cunningham, James, Supervisor of Chancery Court and searcher of Law duties, 104.

Currance (Corance), John, Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 75, 92.

Curry Mallet (co. Somerset), 689, 703.

Curtis, Sir George, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Kent. 788.

Custis, John, waiter, Greenwich port, 263, 405, 521, 620.

Custodiam rents, leases, 15, 77, 82, 120, 133, 433, 483, 596, 597, 626, 660, 753, 819.

-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

Customs
-, England, accounts, 305, 342, 410, 418, 419, 645, 746, 798, 845
-, payments out of 32,000l. out of one account to be repaid as the Customs mend, 343, 344, 346, 352, 353, 848, 861, 863.

- - ad valorem duties, 3, 7, 16, 61, 87, 186, 192, 273, 375.

-, -, aliens (or double) duties, 35, 210, 375, 390, 391, 397, 404, 416, 532, 579, 583, 590, 670, 713
-, repayment of, 33
-, (natives or single) duties, 10, 26, 192, 416, 518, 519, 526, 527, 539, 545, 581, 583, 585, 586, 590, 593, 622, 626, 670, 681
-, and see Coals
-, Navigation Act (suspension).

- -, allowance of 10 per cent. or 20 per cent. on customs of first voyages of 2 or 3 decked ships privately built, 85, 107, 192, 609, 611
-, the two Acts for (14 Car. II, and 22-3 Car. II), 85, 192, 384, 609, 611, 729.

- -, anticipations on. 343
-, and see Customs (payments).

- -, appropriating, bill for, 343.

-, -, Auditors, 563.

- - bills (Custom House bills), 127, 159, 170, 382
-, officer for, 43 (see Marsh. P.)
-, printing of, see King, Sir A.
-, rebate or discount on. 41, 161, 164
-, for wine bills see Wine Act.

-, - - of charges, 187.

- - - of exchange, officers for. See Christopher, T.
-, Hodgkins, B.

-, - - of store, 119, 554
-, and see Customs (England, Impost).

-, -, -, merchant strangers' bills, officer for. See Austin, E.
-, Wellen, N.

- -, bonds (Custom House bonds), 190, 195, 206, 297, 326, 352, 870
-, and see Wine (Act bonds).

-, - -, discount on, 91, 103, 786.

-, -, -, on East India goods, officer for keeping. See Thorpe, J.

-, - - given for tallies, 91, 96.

- - -, keeper of, 91.

-, - -, put in suit, 798-9.

- -, book of rates, 7, 16, 26, 61, 98, 212, 273, 285, 297, 375, 390, 404, 436, 499, 583, 618, 710.

- -, books, only one book for accounts of Customs and new impost on wines, 397.

-, -, -, of Comptrollers, &c., London and the outports, payments to the King's Remembrancer for parchment for, 27, 444, 635.

-, -, business considered at the Treasury, 327.

-, -, Cashier (see Mountney, R.), 85, 138, 169, 397, 584, 669, 813
-, accounts, 104, 121, 182, 450, 745
-, methods of accounts of, 397
-, payments by, and warrants to, for making payments see Customs (England payments)
-, detaining moneys in his hands by reason of the stop in the Exchequer, 239
-, certificates by, 308.

-, -, certificates, 613
-, frauds in, and regulations for, 632.

-, -, charge of collecting, &c., 440.

-, -, clearing bills, 380.

-, -, coast bonds, 275, 499.

-, -, cocquets, duty demanded on, 109.

-, -, coinage duty. See Mint.

-, -, collectors (outports) accounts, 376.

-, -, Commissioners, passim (time of first Dutch war), 141
-, (1672-3, Feb. see Downing, Sir G., Garraway, W., Lowther, Sir W., Millington, F., Temple, Sir R., Thompson, Sir W., Upton, J.), 71
-, (1675, Dec. see Cheney, C., Dering, Sir E., Downing, Sir G., Lowther, Sir W., Millington, F., Temple, Sir R., Upton, J.), 869
-, regulations and instructions to, 26, 35, 38, 119, 126, 375, 379, 384-5, 404, 412, 414, 419, 422, 437, 451-2, 460, 484, 493, 498, 499, 530, 532, 536, 549, 556, 583 612, 622, 669, 681, 705, 767, 812, 824, 833, 850, 866.

-, -, Comptroller of outports, 498.

-, -, -, General of accounts of (see Lytcot, G.), 16, 144, 210, 376, 584, 612, 813
-, method of accounts of, 162, 384.

-, -, debentures, 613.

-, -, districts or ports and survey of (Western), 1, 56, 82, 366, 525, 612, 820, (Northern) 370.

-, -, drawback of half subsidy, 536.

-, -, estimates for office, &c., 234.

-, -, Farmers (to 1667, Sept. 29 see Crispe, Sir N., Harrison, Sir J., Jacob, Sir J., Shaw, Sir J., Wolstenholme, Sir J.), 14
-, accounts, 435, 674, 753
-, (from 1667, Sept. 29, see Backwell, E., Millington, Fr., Shaw, Sir J., Turner, Sir E., Vyner, Sir R., Wolstenholme, Sir J.), 41
-, defalcations, 58, 263, 265, 623, 643
-, discharge of Wine Duty Account, 121
-, accounts of 4l. per ton on the Wine Duty retrospect, 65, 75
-, (ineffectual farm from 1671, Sept. 29, see Bence, J., Bennett, Sir J., Black, G., Bucknall, R., Bucknall, Sir W., Doyley, Sir W., Howard, Sir R., (replaced by Guy, H.), Man, J., Roberts, W., St. John. Lord), 63, 180, 448-9, 514, 614)
-, tallies on, 9
-, repayment of advance money, 195
-, repayment by means of fee farms, 156, 226, 237, 449 (and see Paulet, C.)
-, Customs Farmers putting out officers, 839.

-, -, fees to Auditors, 152.

-, -, frauds (by importers), 385, 809, 812
-, Act for preventing, see Navigation Act (Act of Frauds)
-, (and see generally under Customs seizures). Customs (prohibited) and Navigition Act (seizures)
-, frauds by officers, 36, 52, 104, 132, 212, 325, 352, 672, 681, 812-3
-, frauds on Appraisements of Prizes, see Prizes (frauds).

-, -, free imports. See Paper
-, exports, 387
-, delivery of goods, 273, 321
-, ships, 266 (and see Naturalizing).

-, -, Great Customs, London port, Comptroller of. See Hodges, F.

-, -, Half subsidy, 490-1, 613
-, and see Customs (England, aliens).

- -, House, 2, 3, 4, 20, 58, 70, 109, 201, 497, 653
-, affixing notices and public papers in, 98
-, building of, and agreement as to ground rent (see Cope, Sir A.), 52, 186, 190, 209-10, 224, 295, 309, 652, 720, 823
-, question as to opening goods at, or at private houses, 2, 5, 271
-, usher of, see Hallily, J., Hummerstone, M.

-, -, Impost bills or impost wines, 47, 56, 201, 312, 370, 408, 415, 425, 439, 440 446, 456, 640, 648
-, Clerk of, see Batailhe, W., Maydwell, S.

-, -, Incidents, London, 745
-, see Hawkes, C.

-, -, laws, 347.

-, -, loans (private) on, 145, 675, 677, 805, 806.

-, -, London, officers of, see London
-, parchment for books, see Customs (England, books).

-, -, Northern ports and district. See Customs (England, districts).

-, -, Nuremburg wares, order of Council about, 119.

-, -, officers, 116, 199, 214
-, abuses upon, 271, 412, 681
-, accounts, 496, 724, 813
-, bonds, 144, 752, 812
-, exempt from juries, &c., 397
-, frauds by, see Customs (England, frauds)
-, forbidden to open letters, 322
-, injustices by, 79
-, salaries changes in, 119
-, salary bills, London, 25, 102, 363, 412, 457, 503, 546, 589, 648, 724, 767, 831
-, salary bills, outports 25 260, 284, 363, 405, 426, 456, 503, 523, 546, 554, 590, 605, 648, 669 723, 766, 834, securities, 271, 493, 630, 714, 746.

-, -, One per cent. duty. See One.

-, -, outports, 31, 75, 78, 88, 325, 326
-, bills, 384
-, coinage duty, see Mint (Coinage)
-, Collectors, accounts, 379
-, drawing bills on, 33
-, paying money to vice-admirals for seamen volunteers, see Navy (seamen)
-, Customers' allowance to King's Remembrancer, 21, 453, 638, 771
-, ditto to the Ushers of the Exchequer, 671
-, parchment for books for, see Customs (England, books)
-, Surveyor General of, see Turner, Sir E.

-, -, payments from (a) loans or payments from the Customs Cashier direct into the Exchequer, 164, 169, 193, 200, 246, 249, 250, 262, 267, 275, 278, 281, 284, 289, 293, 300, 306, 308, 309, 310, 313, 320, 321, 325, 327, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 352, 358, 361, 639, 661, 666, 667, 668, 675, 676, 683, 699, 709, 710, 711, 730, 741, 749, 761, 806, 812, 814, 834, 845, 848, 851, 853, 860, 861, 863, 865, 867, 869, 870, 871, 874.

-, -, -, (b) warrants, orders and tallies on, including orders to the Cashier of the Customs to pay specific sums, 2, 5, 18, 19, 21, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 36, 39, 44, 45, 46, 48, 51, 53, 56, 58, 59, 63, 77, 85, 87, 89, 96, 97, 98, 102 3, 105, 107, 109, 111, 115, 116, 117, 120, 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 132-3, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 146, 147, 151, 152, 154, 157, 159, 161, 163, 164, 169, 170, 171, 179-80, 181, 186, 190, 191, 193, 194, 195, 200, 204, 205, 206, 207, 209, 212, 216, 220, 221, 222, 232, 233, 234, 251, 255, 256, 263, 275, 277, 278, 296, 297, 306, 315, 316, 318, 319, 320, 321, 334, 339, 342, 353, 363, 364, 366, 370, 380, 382, 387, 388, 393, 394, 398, 400, 402, 403, 405, 407, 412, 415, 419, 423, 426, 427, 428, 429, 440, 441, 444, 445, 446, 449, 453, 456, 459, 460, 461, 465, 469, 477, 481, 482, 487, 489, 494, 517, 518, 523, 525, 533, 537, 539, 545, 547, 548, 549, 550, 551, 559, 563, 564, 568, 577, 588, 592, 594, 595, 598, 606, 610, 612, 614, 618, 631, 636, 640, 643, 648, 651, 658, 667, 669, 671, 675, 678, 680, 688, 691, 700, 706, 708, 710, 712, 714, 715, 717, 721, 724, 725, 730, 733, 737, 746, 747, 759, 763, 768, 770, 771, 773, 775, 776, 777, 780, 785, 786, 792, 795, 797, 798, 808, 813, 820, 821, 826, 827, 829, 830, 832, 835, 839, 840, 844, 849, 872, 874, 875.

-, -, payments, weekly paper of, 46, 264, 325.

-, -, -, fee to tally joiner on, 709.

-, -, pensions, payments of, 235, 264, 266, 294, 295, 465, 484, 491, 492, 502, 617, 628, 638, 647, 661
-, pensions on the Customs, 311, 323, 363
-, yearly establishment of pensions, salaries, &c., 310.

-, -, petty customs, 35, 375
-, and see Customs (England, small).

-, -, -, farms, 35, 298, 311, 314, 315, 316, 460
-, pensions on, 311
-, farm of oranges, 210.

-, -, places, sale of, forbidden, 75.

-, -, port books and port bonds, 297
-, regulations as to, 38, 39.

-, -, ports. See Customs (England, districts).

-, -, prohibited goods and seizures of, 10, 15, 137, 181, 242, 273, 289, 322, 335, 338, 369, 383, 384, 385, 390, 405, 426, 436, 475, 497, 527, 528, 533-4, 561, 566, 592, 610, 635, 655, 681, 706, 763, 769, 799, 808, 811, 824, 828
-, ordered to be burned, 163, 176, 212, 234, 274, 376, 386, 391, 449, 450, 459, 460, 463, 499
-, law against, 386
-, to be delivered to the Privy Purse, see Seizures
-, king's moiety of, 437.

-, -, poundage, 650.

-, -, -, act of, 557
-, see Customs, Tonnage.

-, -, rebate for customs of goods lost at sea, 54.

-, -, Receiver General. See Customs (England, Cashier).

-, -, retrenchments, 233.

-, -, revenue, view of, 35.

-, -, riding sureyors, 189, 563.

-, -, Secretary to, see Bertie, R., Blaney, R.
-, clerk to, see Sansom, J.

-, -, seizures (ships and goods), 12, 40, 42, 58, 61, 76, 116, 124, 131, 192, 289, 335, 362, 375, 383, 422, 423, 424, 429, 513, 521, 527, 529, 530, 582, 612, 613, 769, 808, 813, 814, 820, 835, 844, 872
-, and see Coin, Customs (England, prohibited), Gloves, Leather, Navigation Act (seizures), Wines (seizures).

-, -, -, King's moiety of, 396, 752
-, paid to the Privy Purse, see Seizures.

-, -, -, Register of, see Culliford, W.
-, office of, 180.

-, -, -, regulations as to, 335
-, compounding seizures under 40s., 813.

-, -, ships' entries book, keepers of. See Cooke, J., Ford, D., Sclater, H.

-, -, small customs of 3s. the ton and 1s. the lb., London, 587
-, and see Customs (England, petty).

-, -, Solicitor of, 180, 535.

-, -, store, bills of. See Customs (England, bills).

-, -, strong waters. See Brandy.

-, -, subsidy, 650.

-, -, sufferance (or let pass), 835.

-, -, survey, Northern, 370
-, Western, 1, 366.

-, -, Surveyor General, 375, 498
-, see Bridgeman, Sir O., Clayton, J., Halsall, J., Mann, J., Newport, A., Nicholas, G., Osborne, C., Rumbold, E.

-, -, tonnage and poundage, 563
-, Act, 10, 54, 557.

-, -, warehouse. See Customs (England, House)
-, storehouses, 25
-, keeper of, London, see Molesworth, G.

-, -, warrants for re-export, 578.

-, -, Western district or ports. See Customs (England, districts).

-, -, wharves or havens, new making of, 424.

-, -, wines, See Wines.

-, -, wool quay, 52.

-, Ireland, book of rates, 854.

-, -, bounty on new built ships, 854.

-, -, Commissioners at Cork House, 210, 439.

-, -, customers and collectors, 273.

-, -, customs of prize ships, 360.

-, -, farm, 241, 859
-, receipts, 356-7, 360, 439, 851
-, farm of, included in the general revenue farm of Ireland, see Ireland (revenue farm).

-, -, free imports, 854.

-, -, Impost Wines. See Ireland (impost).

-, -, issues out of, 555, 588.

-, -, patent officers, 379.

-, -, Plantation trade and frauds. See Navigation (Act frauds).

-, -, wool trade. See Ireland (wool).

Cutler, Sir Gervas, a Commissioner for Recusants, Yorks, West Riding, 739.

-, Sir John, a Commissioner for Recusants, co. Midd., 696.

Cwm Twyddwr (co. Radnor), 442.