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Eades see Edes.

Eagle, Gilbert, King's equerry of the Great Stable, 467, 474, 846, 1020, 1179, 1296, 1304.

Eagleton, Thomas, tidesman, London, 166, 291.

Eales (Eles) Henry, messenger of the Chamber, 726, 916, 1339, 1488.
-, -, John, messenger of the Chamber, 726.
-, -, Mr., case against the Excise, 613; goldsmith, 1287.

Ealing (co. Midd.), 1362.

Eanneaghurroone (Ireland), 705.

Eardley, Mr., Customs petition. 846, 863.

Earle (Earl), George, Receiver of Assessments for Coventry (1649), 523.
-, -, Jane, witness, 1182.

Earlesgate (West and North Fens, co. Lincoln), 1626.

Earlisman see Erlisman.

Eastbourne ("Bourne," "Eastborne," co. Suffolk), 371, 412, 444.

East, Edward, watchmaker to the King, 385, 544, 1338.
-, -, John, Receiver of Assessments, London (1649), 528.

East Clandon (Surrey), 1537.
-, -, Country see Eastland.

Eastcombe see Nethercombe.

Easter tenement see Netherton.

Eastern Association (Commonwealth), 1592.

East Fen (co. Lincoln), 1626.

Easthampstead Park see Windsor Forest.

Easthorpe (co. Leicester), 427.
-, -, (English), 361.
-, -, -, charter, 182, 647.
-, -, -, cloth exports, 241, 1251; imports, 1425.
-, -, -, Customs on their imports, 167, 221, 852, 1139, 1217, 1312, 1323, 1345.
-, -, -, debt due to from the King, 1345, 16589.
-, -, -, discount on their paying Customs down and allowance of six and six months, 167, 249, 381, 424, 579, 589, 591, 651, 924, 1130, 1217, 1312, 1323.
-, -, -, forts and factories, 79, 632.
-, -, -, Governors, 249, 805.
-, -, -, exporting guns, 315, 404; gunpowder, 519, 6323.
-, -, -, importing diamonds and jewels, 257.
-, -, -, interlopers, 182, 647.
-, -, -, pepper, 511, 519.
-, -, -, petitions, 1521, 1616.
-, -, -, privileges, 46.
-, -, -, red saunders wood, 1425, 1447.
-, -, -, saltpetre, 434, 579, 651, 729, 805, 852, 9112, 1130, 1658.
-, -, -, ships, 249, 381, 424, 924.
-, -, -, stock, 1562.
-, -, -, stores, free shipment of, 79.
-, -, -, treaties with Indian Princes, 647.
-, -, -, voluntary present to the King, 280, 313, 604, 890, 8901, 891, 894, 1243, 1298, 1442, 1654.

East Indies, 315, 647, 1447.

Eastland country, East country (Baltic), 866; Navy stores from, 1021.
-, -, Company, 1251.
-, -, merchants see Navy (Creditors), Ordnance (Creditors).

Eastman, George, tidesman, London, 1174.

Eastmoor (co. Lincoln), 1578.

Easton, Nicholas, King's corncutter, 481.

East Smithfield see Smithfield.

Eastway (manor, co. Cornwall), closes in (Hillgrove, Barn Park, &c.), 399400, 416, 904.

Eaton, Jasper, tidesman, London, 291.

Eaton (co. Beds), 139.

Ebden, John, boatman, Lynn Regis, 316, 371, 402.
-, -, Mathew, tidesman, Lynn Regis, 566, 876.

Ebury manor (co. Midd.), 6445.

Eccles, John, gunner and usher, Tangier, conducting women and children from Tangier, 1255, 1262, 1272, 1512.

Ecclesall (co. Yorks), 1198.

Ecclesfield ("Hekilfield," Yorks), 1198.

Ecclesiastical Courts, excommunications by, 1307.

Eckernfrde (Holstein), 939.

Eckersley, Roger, of Ireland, exporting coin, 13901, 1429.

Eckington (co. Derby), 1623.

Edbers, Mr., waiter, Sidlesham, 714.

Eddersbury (Edisbury), Dr. John, lease of coal and lead mines, Prestatyn, 964, 992; lease, Taunton, 367.
-, -, Sir John, master in Chancery, 1389.

Eden, John, collector, Stockton, 442; tidesurveyor, Newcastle, 448; searcher, Scarborough, 942, 955.
-, -, Ralph, deputy comptroller, Stockton port, 177.
-, -, Richard, riding surveyor, Hants, Chichester and Cowes, 291, 300, 445, 714, 1211, 1212.
-, -, Thomas, Deputy King's Remembrancer, 750, 1165.

Edes (Eades), Isaack, employed on the mole, 1248.
-, -, Richard, one of the King's falconers, 73, 266, 467, 604, 721, 1001, 1044, 1341.

Edgar, Miles, searcher, Chichester, 747.

Edgcumbe, Pearce, father of Sir Richard, lease, Cornwall, 1558, 1564, 1565.
-, -, Sir Richard, Stonehouse Quay, 45, 404; proposal for victualling Tangier, 148; lease, Cornwall, 1526, 15645.
-, -, Winifrid, daughter of Pearce see Coventry, W.

Edgehill fight (co. Warwick), 989.

Edgware (co. Midd.), 313.

Edinbooth (Woodhead, Mottram, Cheshire), 1610.

Edisbury see Eddersbury.

Edlesborough (co. Bucks), 1534.

Edmonds, Robert, Receiver of Assessments, co. Rutland (1649), 521.

Edmonton (co. Midd.), 417.

Edsaw, Mr., Navy bill, 750.

Edwards, Anne, sister-in-law to Major Beckman, 1160.
-, -, Cecill, wife of Thomas, 1463, 1525.
-, -, Edward, tidesman, London, 255.
-, -, Grace, of Bagillt, Anglessea, 1223.
-, -, Sir James, London, 1249.
-, -, Jeremy, waiter, Swansea, 446, 450, 903.
-, -, John, waterman, London, 1052; suppressing tobacco planting, 1165; recommending E. Man, 1182.
-, -, Mary, widow of Peter, 666.
-, -, Mr., merchant, Cinque Ports, 1309.
-, -, Peter, master of the Well dogger, 666.
-, -, Phil., shipmaster, 361.
-, -, Richard, John Jones's attainted lands, 1581.
-, -, -, boatman, Norwich, 191.
-, -, Thomas, lands, Anglesea, 1463, 1525; militia money, co. Flint, 814.
-, -, -, searcher, London, 1052, 1063.
-, -, William, co. Glamorgan, outlaw for murder, 495.

Edwinstowe (co. Notts), 851, 966.

Efford, Alexander, tidesman, Dartmouth, 903; Exmouth, 1324.

Egarson, John, Receiver of Assessments, Durham (1649), 523.

Egerton, Sir John (1606), 51, 134.
-, -, John, 2nd Earl of Bridgewater, 36.
-, -, -, 3rd Earl of Bridgewater, 1192; commissioner of, Tangier, 1253; Lord Lieutenant of Bucks, 816, 954; lease, 36, 51, 134, 279.
-, -, Mr., King's horses for, 1179.
-, -, Peter (1606), 36, 51, 134.
-, -, Ralph, of Ridley, father of Peter, 134.
-, -, Ran., 152.
-, -, Thomas, son of 3rd Earl of Bridgewater, lease, 279.

Egleston, William, Commissioner for Sequestrations temp. Commonwealth, 1543.

Eglish (Upper Ossory, Queen's County), 433.

Egmont, Count, going to Flanders, 615.

Eight, pieces of, 1249, 1252, 1283.
-, -, Hundred Fen alias Swineshead Fen (co. Lincoln), 1208, 1226, 1606.

Eland, Johan, tenant, Treverbyn, 1596.

Elbow, Dr., Campeachy wood, 1552.

Eldon, Mr., 353, see Ellesdon, W.

Eldred (Eldridge), Henry, Receiver of Assessments, London (1649), 528.
-, -, John, Groom Litterman, 391, 765, 897, 1259; lease, Eton, 195. 464, 1593.

Eldridge (and see Eldred), John, tailor to the Great Wardrobe, 839.

Elephants teeth see Ivory.

Eles see Eales.

Eley, Capt. Brent, Tangier, 1154, 1403.

Ellerby, Francis, tidesman, London, 935.

Ellerker (Elleck, co. Yorks), 1290.

Ellesdon (Elsden and see Eldon), William, instrumental in the King's escape from Worcester, 352; surety of G. Pley, 56, 74, 169, 352.

Elletson, Roger, Jamaica, 1418, 1429.

Ellington, Joseph, clothier, Recusant, Suffolk, 82.

Elliot (Ellyott, Eliot), Daniell, proposal for victualling Tangier, 149.
-, -, Elizabeth, housekeeper of the King's house at Newmarket, 96, 265, 269, 384, 388, 468, 474, 540, 542, 648, 652, 722, 724, 766, 882, 885, 1060, 1061, 1158, 1186, 1321, 1330, 1450, 1456; petition for arrears of Welsh Church lands, 1623.
-, -, George, of Southwark, blacksmith, counterfeiter and clipper, 990.
-, -, Henry, of Calne, brother of George, 990.
-, -, James, lease, Macclesfield (1627), 1560.
-, -, John, Bonialva, 545.
-, -, Capt. John, of the Castle fireship, 191.
-, -, Mary, daughter of Thomas, Groom of the Bedchamber, 1163, 1378.
-, -, Samuel, seizing uncustomed goods, 292, 371.
-, -, Thomas, Master of the Harehounds, 96, 171, 265, 269, 467, 474; Groom of the Bedchamber, 733, 1163, 1378; lease, Newmarket, 644, 701.
-, -, -, outlaw, Somerset, 176.
-, -, -, payment on the Irish establishment, 1005.
-, -, Ursula, widow of Thomas, pension to, 148, 158, 160, 221, 299, 384, 474, 543, 630, 725, 859, 768, 921, 941, 1112, 1220, 1375, 1511.
-, -, William, tidesman, Falmouth, 324, 343, 1276.

Ellis, Capt. Godfrey, lease, Gloucester Castle, 1530, 15901.
-, -, John, tidesman, London, 903.
-, -, -, Secretary to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 612, 618, 709, 1089, 1352, see Elly, J.
-, -, Rowland, Barbados soldier, 144.
-, -, Thomas, of Pulborough, Sussex, militia money, 824.
-, -, William, bailiff of Dean and Chapter of Westminster, 984, 1022.
-, -, Sir William, Justice of Common Pleas, 11; fee farms, 377.

Ellison, John, sheriff of Durham, 1590.

Elly, John, Irish business, 594, see Ellis, J.

Elm (Isle of Ely), 1549.

Elmes, Mr., lessee of Kingsthorne wood, Grafton, 854.
-, -, Thomas, waterman, London, 291, 371, 650.

Elmesthorpe (co. Leicester), 427.

Eloigning, fines for, 665.

Elrington (Erlington), Edward, tidesman, London, 291, 294.

Elsfield (co. Oxford), 1551.

Elsmore (Elsmere), Capt. George, a Coldstreamer, Dover rents, 42, 923, 235.

Elswood, Clement, lease, Fordington, 1558.

Elsworth, John, subcommissioner of Excise, co. Somerset, 370.
-, -, Sir Richard, surety for J. Elsworth, 370.

Elton, George, surveyor of the Navigation Act, 240, 500, 5467.
-, -, Richard, Groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary to the Queen, 1296.

Elwell, Daniel, seizing iron wire, 405, 442.

Ely, Capt., for the Earl of Chesterfield, 867, 881.
-, -, John, boatman, London port, 553, 650.

Ely, bishopric, First Fruits, 1398, 1464.
-, -, Dean and Chapter, 1602.
-, -, monastery, payment to from Dunwich town, 1602.

Ely, Isle of, 1531, 1549, 1585.
-, -, -, militia money, 712.
-, -, -, Receiver of Assessments see Duckett, T.

Ely House see Army (Hospital).

Embden (East Friesland), 1190.

Emberton (co. Bucks), 729, 74950.

Embree, Mr., Surveyor General of Works at the Restoration, 1642.

Embreys, Joseph, commissioner for Concealments of Prizes, 47.

Emerson, Barbara, tenant, Northumberland, 1385.
-, -, Jane, Tangier widow, royal bounty to, 1402, 1431.

Emery, Richard, undersheriff of co. Bedford, 817, 931.

Emlyn (co. Pembroke), 310, 684.

Emmanuel College see Cambridge.

Emmes (Emms, Ems), Edw., subcollector of the Royal and Additional Aids Co. Worcester, 1328.
-, -, Fulk, petition for Customs place, 333.
-, -, John, inquisition, co. Gloucester, 1509.
-, -, Richard, pay to his widow in the Treasury of the Chamber, 1420.
-, -, Robert, a Groom Litterman, 391, 765, 897, 1259.

Emmett, Bridget, wife of Francis, 1579, 1593.
-, -, Francis, copyhold, Landulph, 1579, 1593.
-, -, Morris (Maurice), master bricklayer to the Works, 87, 469, 722, 790, 1077, 1268.

Emneth (co. Norfolk), 1549.

Emsworth (co. Hants), 445.

Emps, Lionel, house at Charing Cross, 459; lodging the Danish Lords, 112.

Encroachments made by the sea, 1601.
-, -, on manorial Crown wastes see Crown (lands, encroachments); Thames.

Enfield (co. Midd.), 1498.
-, -, Chase, Ranger of see Coventry, H.

England, George, of Norfolk, 58.
-, -, John, Customs bond, 216.

Englefield (co. Flint), 1619.

English, Christian, pension at the Restoration, 1645.

English, Mr., deputy underhousekeeper, Hampton Court, 122, 268, 385, 475, 544, 649, 725, 767, 885, 1287, 1457.
-, -, Capt. Ro., steward of the Hospital at Tangier and supplier of same, 14267.

English Channel, 104, 645; fleet in, 1049.

Englishcombe manor (co. Somerset), 38, 477, 5645, 1395.

Engravings see Pictures.

Ennis (Ennys and see Innes), Lieut. Robert, Tangier, 1185, 1288; aide Major and Lieutenant under the Earl of Dunbarton in France, 1434; his widow, 1434.
-, -, Samuel, lease of the Coinage duty of tin, 15945, 1613.
-, -, Thomas, collector, Penryn, 445.

Enoe, John, Tangier soldier, 393.

Enstalling First Fruits see First Fruits.

Entash, Mr., Ensign, Tangier, 1244.

Entry writs of see Writs.

Enumerated commodities see Navigation.

Epping Forest see Waltham Forest.
-, -, Walk see Waltham Forest.

Epping Bury and Epping Presbyter manor (Essex), 1129, 1170.

Epworth (co. Lincoln), 1548.

Erdsbury Priory, co. Warwick, 1569, 1577.

Erith (co. Kent), 276.

Erlington and see Elrington, William, tidesman, London, 1050.

Erlisman (Earlisman), John, consul at Algiers, 640, 1239, 1243, 1261, 1277; Comptroller of the revenue, Tangier, 887, 1243; house in Tangier, 12434; Tangier debt due to, 1244.

Ernle, Sir John, a Treasury Lord and Chancellor of the Exchequer, 103, 191, 274, 437, 453, 4945, 517, 537, 562, 609, 743, 856, 921, 1015, 1087, 1107, 1135, 1144, 1253, 1257, 1352, 1382; a Commissioner for Tangier, 1253.
-, -, Sir John, junr., conservator and supervisor of the nursery in Dean Forest, 279, 845, 859, 962.

Erriff (co. Mayo), 1103.

Errington, David, lease of coal mine. Northumberland, 157, 231.

Escheated estates (and see Discoveries) of attained persons, 473.
-, of bastards, 353, 365, 580, 634.
-, of felos de se, 920.
-, of intestates, 382, 416, 561, 1043, 1049, 1153, 1439.
-, of lands forfeited in the Exchequer, 518.
-, of murderers, 17, 1211.

Escott, Sir William, murder of, 1472.

Esgregg, William, weighing porter, London, 444.

Eskagh river (co. Sligo), 11023.

Essex, Earl of see Capell, A.

Essex, County, 82, 216, 233, 420, 988, 1170, 1334, 1494, 1554, 1571, 1610.
-, -, -, Clerk of Peace, 720.
-, -, -, Dissenters, 1138.
-, -, -, Excise, 376, 1123.
-, -, -, Hearthmoney, 1212.
-, -, -, militia money, 823, 993.
-, -, -, Receiver of Crown Lands see Smith, John.
-, -, -, Receiver of Assessments see Norrington, W., Smith, Robert.
-, -, -, sheriffs, 1529.

Establishments, 636, and see Estimates, Army, Chamber, Customs, Ireland, King's Drummers, Navy, Retrenchment, Royal Household Tangier, Virginia, Works.

Estcourt (Escourte), Sir Thomas, a Master of Chancery, 21, 109, 178, 275, 492, 653, 851, 1001.

Estimates see Ordnance, Wardrobe, and as under Establishments.
-, -, of departmental debts, 720, 722.

Estoll, Nicholas, annuity for discovering a plot, 188, 190, 364, 409, 589, 591, 699, 725, 940, 941, 1112, 1117, 1221, 1225, 1419, 1421, 1511, 1513.

Estovers (houseboot, hedgeboot, fireboot, ploughboot, cartboot), 509, 1300, 1536, 1550.

Estrades, Godefroi, Monsieur or Comte de, Ambassador from France (16612), 461.

Estreats, clerk of, 1229; in the Common Pleas see Common Pleas.

Estres, Jean, Count d', attacking Dutch in Tobago, 1033.

Eton (co. Bucks), 1593.
-, College perpetuity, 235, 543, 1329.
-, King's stables, 8.
-, Broadmere, 437.
-, Brooke Furlong, 437.
-, Burding Bush, 437.
-, Calverton Lane End, 437.
-, Christopher tenement, 437, 496.
-, Cock Close alias Cock Pitts, 195, 464.
-, Gugeons Pool, 437.
-, Parsons Close and Bush, 437.
-, Wardgate, 437.
-, Westmill Ferry, 437.
-, Wheathill, 437.

Etton see Ayton.

Ettrick, Walter, collector, Sunderland, 448.

Eure, Ralph, 7th Lord Eure, 1200.

Eustace, Sir John, petition for lands, Ireland, 7378.
-, -, Maurice, 659, 6789.
-, -, Sir Maurice, son of Sir Maurice, Plantation, Ireland, 1557, 381, 6678, 678.
-, -, Sir Maurice, lands, Ireland, 1392.
-, -, Sir Maurice, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 6678, 678, 7378; bond to the King, 1485.

Euston, Edward, tidesman, London, 587, 935.

Evan, Owen, waiter, Newport (Swansea), 292, 371.

Evans, Charles, one of the King's musicians, his Majesty's harper, 961, 962, 1419, 1422.
-, -, Christopher, surveyor, Isle of Man, 452.
-, -, Erasmus, tidesman, London, 402.
-, -, George, artificer of the Mint, 149, 302, 14056.
-, -, -, tidesman, London, 1410.
-, -, Henry, messenger of the Chamber, 122, 268, 320, 475, 544, 726, 916, 1339, 1488.
-, -, John, tidesman, Bristol, 477.
-, -, -, undersearcher, London 80, 104, 361, 717, 880, 1341, 1360.
-, -, -, co. Carmarthen, 1541.
-, -, Joane, lease, Cornwall, 1543, 1624.
-, -, Josias, lease, Cornwall, 1624.
-, -, Margaret, lease, Cornwall, 1543, 1624.
-, -, Philip, waiter, Wrickle, Plymouth port, 1276.
-, -, Richard, tidewaiter, Bridgewater, 620, 987, 1089, 1097.
-, -, Sampson, Worcester, town fine, 871.
-, -, Thomas, weighing porter, London, 444, 580.
-, -, -, collector of Assessments, Surrey (1660), 1540.
-, -, Walter, senr. and junr., lease, Cornwall, 1543, 1624.

Evelyn (Eveling), Sir Edward, baronetcy fee, 724.
-, -, John, 1401, Commissioner for Sick and Wounded in second Dutch War, 89, 119.
-, -, Mary wife of John and daughter of Sir R. Browne, 1401.

Evelwich farm, Tiverton, 1574.

Everingham (co. Yorks), 1343.

Everist (Everis), Ezekiel, Customs officer, Chichester, 729, 747.

Everndon, Antho., proposal to farm Aliens' duties, 1457.

Everseed, Henry, a Gentleman of the Chapel, 1069.

Everson, Abra., proposal to farm Aliens' duties, 1457.

Every, John, Receiver of Recusants' Forfeitures, Cheshire and North Wales, 1189.

Evesham (Worcester), 1328; monastery, 1236, 1535.

Evington, Ann, lease, Northumberland, 1150.

Ewell, Zachens (Zachery), master of the Unicorn, 88, 135.

Ewens, John, boatman, Portsmouth, 1212.

Ewing, Capt. Daniel, Receiver of Assessments, co. Suffolk (1649), 525.

Ewster, Thomas, bailiff of Richmond lands, 1563.

Exall, John, tidesman, London, 291, 414.

"Exchange" Coffee House, 749.

Exchanges, remitting moneys of assessments and of Customs to London by road or by bills (the old Office of Exchanges) see Taxes (Agents).
-, -, remitting moneys of Excise by bills, 1463.
-, -, bills of, 804, 1353, see Navy, Tangier.
-, -, rates, Barbados to England, 1017.
-, Dublin to London, 336, 872, 956, 1043, 1058, 1078, 1177.
-, England to France, 1319.
-, London to Lisbon, 555.

EXCHEQUER RECEIPT
-, -, allowances, fees, &c., estimate for at the Restoration, 1636.
-, -, Auditor see Pye, Sir R., Howard Sir R., 206, 339.
-, -, -, clerks, 7.
-, -, certificates see Exchequer (Receipt weekly).
-, -, Chamberlains [Sir Nicholas Steward and Mr. Hyldiard], 206, 431, 595, 867, 1515.
-, -, Chancellor, 33, 271, 1132, 1575, see Cooper, A. A.; Duncombe, Sir J.; Ernle, Sir J.
-, messengers of, 473.
-, fees of, 1149, 1292.
-, -, "Clerks and Ministers of" (Lowe, J., Lister, M., Adaire, A., deputy chamberlains; Langford S., Fleetwood, E., Taylor, J., tally cutters; Simpson, F., clerk to the Clerk of the Pells; Packer, P., Packer, J., ushers or door-deepers), 132, 476, 778, 1100.
-, -, Compositions in see Exchequer (Funds).
-, -, debt in at the Restoration, 1642.
-, -, Deputy Chamberlains, 1227 see Lister, M., Lowe, J., Adaire, A. fees on bankers' Excise annuities, 5912.
-, -, doorkeepers or ushers [hostiarii] see Packer, R., Packer, J.
-, -, fees, 345, 245, 3212, 325, 3278, 374, 4078, 483, 585, 5956, 628, 638, 693, 695, 702, 773, 835, 857, 975, 1171, 1228, 1260, 1292, 1294, 1295, 1519; fees payable by or out of, 795.
-, -, funds or heads of accounting (as they appear in the Declarations):
-, Compositions, 408, 518, 669.
-, fines and leases, 518, 669, 724.
-, lands forfeited, 724.
-, Receivers General, 724.
-, rents of lands, 724.
-, -, gate, 132, and see Exchequer (Receipt, doorkeepers).
-, -, incidents or necessaries for see Packer, R.
-, -, King's servants payable in, 1458.
-, -, messengers of (four), 161, 518, 630, 1581, see Spicer, J., Ballow, W., Kifford, T., Bright, J., Brewster, S.
-, -, money in at the Restoration, 1629, 1630.
-, -, officers of at Oxford under Charles I, 1627.
-, -, orders see Customs (payments), Excise (payments), Hearthmoney (payments), Wine Licences (payments), Wine Acts; and the various assessments as under Assessments; vacating old unsatisfied orders, 12.
-, -, overpayments on assessments, method of regulating, 701.
-, -, Pells, Clerk of (Wardour, W., Wardour, Sir E.), 206, 420, 431, 867, 1497; issues, 132.
-, clerk to see Simpson, F., Fleetwood, E.
-, fees, 248.
-, -, porter see Parkes, W.
-, -, receipt and issues (1660), 16445.
-, -, salaries, estimate for (1667), 1647.
-, -, statutum de scaccario (51 Hy. III), 1273.
-, -, stop of, 14, 926, 1409.
-, -, tallies, method of striking, especially for bankers, 636.
-, -, Tally Court, fees of, 628.
-, -, -, cutter, 867, see Langford, S., Taylor, J.
-, -, Tellers, 653, 658, 1629, see Loving, J., Vernon, Sir T., Downing, Sir G., Clifford, S., Villiers, F., Squib, L., Squib, R., Squib, A., Herbert, E., Pinckney, L.
-, advancing moneys by request of the Treasury, 94, 113, 494, 498, 705, 720, 911, 926, 941, 9989, 1037, 1094, 1112, 1520.
-, attending Charles I at Oxford, 1627.
-, clerks, nature of office of, 1273. fees, 628.
-, houses of, 16278.
-, refusing to accept moneys, 1020.
-, -, Treasury of, sorting records foreign and domestic in, 55, 406, 544, 724, 867, 1100, 1206.
-, -, Usher see Packer, P. and J., and W. and R.; Exchequer (doorkeeper); payments to by customers of the outports, 404, 1515; four ushers of see Exchequer (messengers).
-, -, vacating tallies, 206.
-, -, weekly certificates of receipts and issues, 94.
-, -, writer of tallies (the Auditor of the Receipt), 1627.

EXCHEQUER COURT, 5, 1172, 1229.
-, -, auditors of Crown revenues (seven in number), 173, 669, 1134, 1236, 1552, see Aldworth, W., Morice, H., Seymour, Sir J., Phillips, J., Parsons, A., Shales, J., Stephens, A., Lightfoot, R., Kinsman, R., Brinley, T., Sawyer Sir E., Wood, J., Hill, W., Aldworth, R., Gwynn, W., Chislet, W., Spackman, N.; deputy auditors see Raban, T., Tudor, T., Cambridge, N., Hewit, R.
-, -, Barons, 2, 7, 41, 82, 126, 284, 349, 436, 472, 554, 989, 1496, 1582, 1586, 1598, 1609, see Atkins, Sir E., Weston, Sir R., Gregory, Sir W., Turner, Sir Christopher, Southerton, J., Street Sir T., Bromley, Sir E., May, Sir R., Wright, Sir R.
-, -, Fifth Baron see Crawley, F. Chief Baron, 641, 794, 1212, 1561, see Montagu, W.
-, -, cases and trials, 1043.
-, -, decrees, bills, rules and orders, 500, 549, 590, 616, 627, 641, 702, 804, 842, 848, 1059, 1087, 1155, 1184, 1214, 1215, 1219, 1309, 1310, 1312, 1328, 1362, 1387, 1389, 1415, 1441.
-, -, Deputy Chamberlains (Ady, J., Cole, J.), 346; sorting records, 55; joining and entering Customs tallies, 141, 1158.
-, -, English bill in, 692, 940.
-, -, estreating conventicle fines into see Exchequer (Court, Foreign).
-, -, fees on passing accounts, 1171.
-, -, Foreign Estreats, clerk of (Whitfield, T.), extracting fines and keeping records of Recusants forfeitures, 539; ditto of conventicle fines, 1424.
-, -, King's Remembrancer (Fanshawe, Visct. T., Ayloffe, H.), 6, 12, 33, 41, 43, 58, 81, 93, 134, 206, 234, 238, 242, 342, 416, 464, 565, 580, 620, 621, 646, 654, 703, 708, 709, 723, 729, 732, 742, 772, 774, 778, 793, 809, 858, 992, 1015, 1019, 1027, 1041, 1075, 1170, 1216, 1219, 1263, 1296, 1302, 1309, 1397, 1437, 1469, 1503, 1531, 1549, 1552, 1560, 1608, 1614.
-, customers' fees to see Customs (Outports).
-, fees, 1171.
-, office, 662, 1434, 1587, 1588, 1592.
-, secondaries (see Hall, T., first secondary), 469, 474.
-, supplying blank books to Customs see Customs (outports and London).
-, -, liberates, estimates for (1660) 1636; (1667) 1646; (1668) 1651; (1679) 1653.
-, -, Long writ, 382.
-, -, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer (see Osborne, Sir J.), 41, 82, 131, 154, 208, 222, 241, 420, 454, 573, 857, 1030, 1229.
-, deputy see Taylor, J.
-, fees, 1171.
-, office, 58, 1068, 1069, 1229, 1582.
-, transcripts of grants from the Petty Bag, 209.
-, -, messengers, 235, 316, 368, 518, 1215.
-, -, Pipe, Clerk of (see Croke, Sir R., Clifford, Lord H.), 58, 60, 81, 82, 131, 134, 13940, 154, 155, 194, 208, 222, 231, 241, 323, 328, 346, 415, 418, 427, 436, 464, 488, 508, 510, 533, 534, 537, 5456, 564, 621, 733, 793, 796, 851, 877, 9045, 992, 1030, 1125, 1129, 1133, 1134, 1147, 1165, 1180, 1222, 1229, 1281, 1282, 1340, 1453, 1484, 1503, and passim 1534 to 1628.
-, clerks to, 1133, 1484.
-, deputy to see Fillingham, B.
-, Recusants' business, writing &c., 556, 1134.
-, secondary, 5912, 851, see Wallinger, W., Burnett, Mr.
-, -, -, Comptroller (see Potenger, J.), 58, 82, 131, 154, 194, 346, 851, 1030, 1134, 1484.
-, fees, 1171.
-, Great Roll of, 194, 333, 651, 766, 865, 10445, 1197
-, office, 154, 333, 511, 538, 620, 1229.
-, -, -, hand, 51, 218, 651.
-, -, -, process or summons, 51, 241, 621, 1134.
-, -, seal, 255.
-, -, Usher (see Walker, J.), necessaries supplied by, for the officers of the Court, 94, 238, 330, 435, 569, 1001, 1228.

EXCISE, accounts see Excise (Farmers).
-, -, -, 1454; of produce of, 55.
-, -, additional, 668.
-, expiry of 1663.
-, orders on, 557.
-, yield of, 1663.
-, -, -, Fifth part of, 1665, 1663.
-, -, charge of James and Company's office in connexion therewith, 165, 322, 484, 844.
-, interest on, 165.
-, moneys in the hands of Sir J. James, 113.
-, -, ale, Excise on all drinks as, 1077.
-, -, allowances see Yarmouth (fishery).
-, -, Appeals in, Commissioners (Feb. 16812, see Spencer, R., Fanshaw, C., Neale, Sir P., Doddington, G., Seymour, E.), 234, 394, 1164, 1167, 1201, 1360, 1637.
-, clerk to see Robinson, H., Wynn, R.
-, doorkeeper to see White, Walter, Segar, H.
-, -, arrears (before 1660), 5312, 1643.
-, -, Auditor of (see Birch, J.), 3389, 463, 465, 485, 496, 498, 505, 552, 653, 724, 744, 773, 1028, 1437. deputy to, 483.
-, -, beer, strong or small, Excise dispute as to duty on see King's (Butteries).
-, brewed in public places see Carisbrooke Castle.
-, exported see Excise (exported).
-, -, books, 1447; book of brewers' entries, 938; gaugers' books, 1274.
-, -, brandy see Brandy.
-, -, cases against Excise Commissioners [for perpetual interest], 613, 627.
-, -, cashier to (up to 1680, Johnson, N.), 773; (Kent, Richard, to 1683), 984; (Duncombe, C., from 1683), 984.
-, accounts, 773.
-, instructions, 796.
-, -, certificates see Excise (weekly).
-, -, Commissioner, 574.
-, -, Commissioners (1670, Sept., Morland, Sir S., James, Sir J., Huntingdon, R., Forth, W., Kingdon, R.), 353; (16801, Feb., Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Huntingdon, R., Davenant, C., Wingate, E.), 45; (1683, May, Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Huntington, R., Davenant, C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, N.), 756, 761, 782, 796, 838, 840, 1317; (16834, Mar., Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Huntington, R., Davenant, C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, N., Trant, P., Bridges, W.), 1063, 1065, 1074, 1236; (1684, Sept., Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Davenant, C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, N., Trant, P., Bridges, W., Graham, R., also as Commissioners of Hearthmoney), 13167, 1360; (16845, Feb., Ashburnham, Sir D., Dashwood, Sir S., Parry, F., Davenant, C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, R.), 1523.
-, -, complaints of injustices to innkeepers, 1077, see Excise (opposition).
-, -, Comptroller (Ashmole, E.), 304, 3389, 463, 465, 483, 485, 496, 498, 505, 552, 709, 724, 773, 1028, 1360, 1437, 1656.
-, -, county, sub-commissioners' accounts, 303; sub-commissioners before the Restoration, 1643.
-, -, current cash, 484; interest for, 5.
-, -, debt on (1660), 1636, 1642; (1684), 1655, 1660, 1661.
-, -, duty, 1447.
-, -, exported beer allowances for, 55, 505.
-, Act for, question of expiry of, 158, 300, 480, 503, 546, 555, 1583.
-, -, Farm and Farmers: before the Restoration, 1643.
-, -, -, Country Farm (16658), 1433, 1437; (1670), 484; (1671), 423.
-, orders on 5578, 804.
-, -, -, London Farm (1670, as from 1671: Bucknall, W., Forth, D., Forth, J., Jemmet, P., Dashwood, W. and G., Breedon, J.), 353.
-, charges of management, 729, 769.
-, orders on, 557.
-, -, -, General or London and country combined (1673, as from 1674, June, Dashwood, G., Calvert, P., Vincent, S., Bostock, E.), frauds in the contract, 12089, 1391; (1677, June to 1680, June, Dashwood, G., Rowney, T., Dashwood, S., Calverd, F., Freind, J., Strong, W., Buckley, E., styled Managers and Collectors of Excise), 303, 322, 729, 731, 744, 970.
-, accounts, 55, 86, 3345, 342, 351, 463, 4989, 663, 680, 720, 783.
-, advance on, or debt on, 1655.
-, books, journals, ledger, &c., 463, 653, 709.
-, charges of management, deductions and allowances, 55, 363, 621, 643, 729, 769.
-, poundage, 55.
-, rent, 167.
-, repayments of advance and loan money and interest on same, 322, 1655.
-, resumption of at end of first year, 72, 100, 303, 492, 837; fresh proposals and terms and articles for confirming the farm for the last two years of it, 723, 86, 1001, 303; 40,000l. advance as consideration for this confirmation, 238, 243, 246, 3034, 3056, 307, 310, 312, 318, 381, 424.
-, sub-farm of brandy in Bristol, &c. see Bristol.
-, sub-farm of Wales and of the Four Northern Counties (B. Turner, et al.), 72, 116, 130, 167, 703, 709, 882, 1655.
-, accounts, 917.
-, surplus, first year (1678), 55, 499, 504, 1655.
-, second year (1679), 55, 499, 504.
-, third year (1680), 55, 73, 89, 90, 130, 499, 504, 668.
-, unlawful profits of, 6689; concealing their receipts, 4967, 4989, 507.
-, -, -, (1681, June to 1683, June, same Farmers as for 167880), 289, 477, 639, 653, 668, 1236.
-, proposals for, 46.
-, agreement for, 163.
-, accounts, 615, 629, 666, 706, 7078, 709, 724, 727, 746, 838, 843, 970, 10289.
-, advance and repayments, 163, 666, 838, 970, 1029, 1030, 1040, 1051, 1056, 1066, 1073, 1081, 1091, 1098, 1104, 1111, 1119, 1127, 1132, 1142, 1153, 1202, 1216, 1655.
-, loans, 706, 788, 838, 840, 909, 970.
-, surplus first year (1681), 67, 723, 77, 86, 95, 98, 99, 148, 219, 335, 341, 347, 3501, 499, 504, 669, 934, 15267.
-, second year (1682), 101, 706, 7078, 746, 843, 970, 1029.
-, third year (1683), 101, 843, 889; overpayments and indenture for, 834, 837, 8378.
-, termination (1683, June 24), of and arrangements for working the Excise by Commissioners, 984.
-, -, frauds in, 377; proposals as to 842, 14467, see Wyatt, J., Vele, T.
-, gauge, method of and books for, 671, 1087.
-, gaugers and their charges, 35, 887, 1077; their books, 1274.
-, gauger of wines, London see London.
-, -, in the rest of England, grant of farm of, 1434.
-, -, information about, 1107.
-, -, legal papers relating to, 637.
-, -, loans on, 171, 176, 204, 840, 957, 1086, 1097, 1416, 1474, 1504.
-, -, London Excise books, 703.
-, -, money devoted to the Navy at the Restoration, 1630; to be paid into the Exchequer weekly, 1631.
-, -, moneys recovered from the Excise in the Exchequer Court, 613.
-, -, of beer see Excise (beer).
-, -, of rum, 1095.
-, -, Office, housekeeper to, 1382, see Chiffinch, W., Fenn, N.
-, incidents bill, 168, 341, 485, 507, 519, 679, 865, 866, 1077, 1312, 1382, 1395.
-, salary bill, 15, 103, 197, 271, 358, 450, 617, 679, 768, 889, 918, 931, 946, 970, 1066, 1073, 1076, 1104, 1111, 1112, 1118, 1227, 1228, 1243, 1259, 1271, 1286, 1360, 1381, 1382, 1395, 1401, 14123, 1432, 1515, 1516; at the Restoration, 1637.
-, rooms in, 52, 832.
-, stationers to, 850, 1312, see Richard, G., Darrell, E., Harris, T., Holt, R., Melborne, T., James, T., Blagrave, O.
-, -, officers, advantage of better salaries, 1000.
-, if disloyal, to be dismissed, 602. to have seizure commissions like Customs officers, 8389.
-, -, opposition to from Justices of the Peace and complaints against Corporations for supineness in enforcing the law, 887, 1143, 1269, 1323.
-, -, payments (either direct out of the Excise Office on tallies and orders or of cash into the Exchequer), 7, 15, 21, 29, 32, 40, 49, 58, 62, 73, 76, 77, 89, 98, 102, 116, 124, 126, 140, 151, 161, 163, 164, 168, 180, 188, 192, 203, 207, 216, 226, 228, 229, 235, 243, 244, 250, 262, 268, 269, 270, 273, 279, 284, 293, 296, 312, 317, 332, 339, 347, 352, 355, 360, 369, 374, 382, 3834, 386, 387, 391, 393, 397, 398, 403, 412, 4167, 423, 430, 435, 439, 443, 451, 454, 457, 458, 460, 462, 476, 483, 486, 490, 493, 499, 501, 504, 511, 518, 520, 542, 550, 568, 569, 574, 5767, 587, 594, 5989, 602, 604, 606, 610, 612, 613, 621, 626, 628, 632, 639, 642, 647, 767, 663, 672, 676, 683, 689, 694, 699, 708, 715, 719, 728, 734, 739, 740, 746, 7512, 759, 769, 775, 778, 784, 7901, 795, 800, 803, 808, 833, 834, 841, 849, 855, 866, 868, 870, 871, 879, 885, 887, 889, 890, 907, 90910, 911, 912, 914, 917, 924, 927, 928, 933, 938, 948, 9523, 959, 969, 979, 988, 994, 1000, 1015, 1024, 1027, 1030, 1032, 1038, 1040, 1051, 10558, 1066, 1072, 1076, 1081, 1082, 1084, 1091, 1097, 1104, 1106, 1111, 1118, 1127, 1131, 1137, 1138, 1142, 1153, 1168, 1183, 1189, 1201, 1216, 1227, 1243, 1258, 1271, 1285, 1286, 1303, 1304, 1313, 1314, 13212, 1329, 1332, 1334, 1336, 1338, 13412, 1344, 1346, 1350, 1358, 1370, 1375, 1381, 1395, 1401, 1412, 14312, 1440, 1455, 1467, 1473, 1482, 1487, 1494, 1506, 1516, 1520, 1654, 16556, 1657.
-, -, penny price book, 671.
-, -, pensions on, 561, 1123, 16613; estimate for (1667), 1647.
-, -, perpetual interest on (bankers' interest), 536, 550, 7467, see the names under Bankers.
-, -, proclamation concerning, 1608.
-, -, receipts (1660), 1644.
-, -, Register of, 1360, see Thompson, J., Noell, E.
-, -, revenue not in farm, 376.
-, -, proposals for improving, 932.
-, -, raised with difficulty by Cromwell, 1631.
-, -, riots against, 1143, 1279, 1608.
-, -, running cash, 6689.
-, -, solicitor to, 1360, see Aram, T., Lawrence, J.
-, -, stationers to see Excise (Office).
-, -, sub-commissioners in counties, 303, 1643.
-, -, Treasurers; for all arrangements as to see James, Sir J., Huntingdon, R.
-, collusion with the Excise Commissioners in the Excise farm (of 1673), 1391.
-, -, Treasury Lords making use of 30,000l. per S. Godolphin to meet Excise tallies, arrangement as to repayment of out of the Excise, 338.
-, -, weekly certificates of receipts and payments, 113, 908, 1030.
-, -, yield of at the Restoration, 1629, 1630, 1632; (in 1668), 1651.
-, -, Ireland and Scotland see Ireland (revenue); Scotland (Excise and revenue).

Excommunications, de excommunicato capiendo, 1307.

Exe river, 316, 371.

Executioner see Catch, Mr.

Exeter, Marquess of see Courtenay, H.; Earl of see Cecil, J.

Exeter, Bishop of, 165, see Lamplugh, T.
-, -, -, pension to, for the minister of Lostwithiel, 41.
-, -, bishopric, Tenths, 44, 84, 88, 590, 720, 1442.
-, -, Castle Close (and lands called Healthhaies, Capelhayne tenants, Downehead, Quantshaies, Wheelings, Burnehayes), 1282, 1533, 1535, 1543, 1548, 1582, 1595, 1615.
-, -, town and port, 165, 180, 181, 203, 295, 323, 371, 400, 445, 500, 502, 506, 511, 554, 566, 580, 614, 620, 629, 714, 732, 810, 819, 874, 902, 903, 909, 935, 938, 950, 955, 968, 1036, 1092, 1137, 1138, 1203, 1289, 1324, 1441, 1481, 1543, 1624.
-, mayor of, 1584, 1613.
-, Receiver of Assessments (1649) see Slade, S.
-, sub-farm of brandy, 1216.
-, Bradninch, or Castle Close, meadow and ditches, lease of, 1109, 1282, 1533, 1535, 1543, 1548, 1582, 15834, 1595, 1613, 1615; wards and reliefs, 1282.

Exmouth (Devon), 445, 620, 810, 903, 955, 1324.

Exton, Sir Thomas, King's Advocate General, 1170, 1171.

Eyans, Christopher, waiter, Liverpool, 441.

Eye monastery (Suffolk), 675.

Eyemouth, Baron see Churchill, J.

Eyles, John, Barbados merchant, 5145.

Eyre, Justices in see Forests.

Eyre, Anthony, tenant, Yorks, 1194. Farmer of Excise, co. Notts, 423, 552.
-, -, John, tidesman, Lympston, 500, 580.
-, -, tenant, Taunton, 61.
-, -, Mathew, J.P., co. Wilts, 730.

Eyston, Mr., Recusant, co. Berks, 1062.

Eyton, Major William, at the Guard Room, Whitehall, 430.