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Sabatier, Monsieur, importing combs, 869.

Sabbath, fines for working on Sunday in Barbados, 60.

Sabine, John, tidesman, London, 2008.

Sacheverell, William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

Sackville (Saville and see Savelle), Charles, Baron Cranfield and Earl of Middlesex, 1147; 9th Earl of Dorset, pension to, for the Duke of St. Albans, 1649; lodgings, Whitehall, 576; pension on the Irish establishment, 1746.

-, Edward, 7th Earl of Dorset, trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1164.

-, Edward, Capt. and Col., Commander in Chief of Tangier, 114, 318, 408, 635, 646, 648, 665, 845, 907, 923, 1237, 1517, 1814; his accounts, 330-2, 1050, 1142; his Company at Tangier, 299, 708, 723; debt to Tangier inhabitants, 845.

Sackville College, East Grinsted, Sussex, 1581.

Sacomb (Herts), 1695, 1983.

Sacrament, taking of, as qualification for office, 2161, 2167, and see Oaths.

Sadler (Sadleir), Dan, and his wife, Quakers, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Mary, tenant, London, 1965; Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Robert, of St. Giles in the Fields, clothier, Recusancy recognizance, 1021.

-, Col. Thomas, lands, Ireland, 558.

Saffers, farm of, see Smalts.

Safford, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Richard, husband of Elizabeth, 1124.

Saffick (co. Galway), 1954.

Saffron Walden (co. Essex), 1676, 1677.

Saier see Sayer.

Saint Agnes (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 132, 133.

- Albans, Duke of, see Beauclerk, C.

- -, Earl of, see Jermyn, H.

- - (co. Herts), 125; free vintners of, 819.

- Allen (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 132.

- Amand, J., apothecary to the King, 2114, 2116.

- Andero (Spain), 95.

- Andrews (Jamaica), 53.

- -, Holborn (London), 143, 1022, 1414, 1608.

- Ann's, Soho (London), 1810; church, 923.

- Antholin (London), 1053, 1214.

- Anthony, picture of, 992.

Saintany, Monsieur, a Frenchman accused of perjury, 1008, 1013.

Saint Asaph, Bishop of, 791; pension, 1633.

- Augustine (co. Kent), 887.

- Austell (co. Cornwall), 751, 1767; blowing house at, 133.

- - Prior (co. Cornwall), 860, 913, 1379, 1527.

- Barbe, picture of, 992.

- -, Sir John, Commissioner for perambulation of New Forest, 994.

- -, Mr., J. Hucker's estate, 1091.

- Bartholomew's Hospital (London), 745, 1826.

- Blazey (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 133.

- Botolphs, Aldersgate (London), perpetuity to poor of, 220, 320.

- -, without Aldgate, 885.

- Christopher or St. Kitts (and see Leeward Isles), 2172.
-, Col. Hill's Company, 61.
-, current rate of pieces of Eight, 524.
-, Deputy Governor, 62.
-, Four and a Half per cent Duty in (and see Four), 877.
-, Commissioners for see Belchamber, T., Nagle, R.; collector of see Dewitte, P.
-, Governor's Company, 61.
-, planters in, 61.
-, recovery of the island by the English, 954.
-, revenue of, 3923.
-, soldiers of the two Foot Companies and issues for, 612, 292, 524, 1747, 1880, 1899.

- Clemence (? St. Clement's, Oxford), 455.

- Clement's (London), 253, 1021; St. Clement's Danes, 653, 1194, 1213, 1326, 16456, 1858, 2002.

- -, Deptford Strond, 1582.

- Cloud (Paris), 1220.

- Columb Major (co. Cornwall), 696.

- Croix (New England), 1175.

- -, Peter, boatman, Jersey, 1555.

- Davids, Bishop of (see Lloyd, J.), perpetual pensions to, 1429, 1633; First Fruits of, 986, 1441.
-, Bishopric, Tenths, 51, 691, 972, 2102.
-, chanter of, perpetual pensions to, 1429, 1654.
-, College, 909.

- Dogmell's Abbey (co. Pembroke), 909.

- Dunstan in the West (London), 659, 1020, 1130, 1184.

- Edmundsbury see Bury.

- Edward's altar, 69; chair, 70; chapel, 701; Crown for the Coronation, 68; ornaments, 69; sceptre, 68; staff, 68, 243.

- Elizabeth, picture of, 992.

- Epose, picture of, 993.

- Ethelred Liberty (co. Suffolk), 201, 248, 251, 434.

- Ewe (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 133.

- Faith's (London), 1414.

- Francis, picture of, 992; St. Francis dying, picture of, 992; St. Francis de Salis, picture of, 992.

- George, Lieut. Anth., lands, Ireland, 562.

- -, Sir Henry, Clarencieux King of Arms, 660, 833, 1609, 1794, 2013; Poll arrear, 1277.

- -, Sir Oliver, of Carrickdrumrusk, Leitrim, bart., 851, 931, 1554.

- -, Sir Thomas, Norroy King, Garter King, 660, 833, 1609, 1794, 2013; Poll arrear, 1277.

-, Capt. William, lands, Ireland, 565.

- George's Cross see Garter.

- Giles's, Cripplegate (London), 128, 221, 1568, 1661, 1666.

- -, in the Fields (London), 528, 596, 1021, 1022, 1414, 1423, 1456, 1476, 1608, 1804, 1810.

- Helena, picture of, 992.

- Helens (Isle of Wight), 1278, 1555, 1700, 2008.

Sainthill, Mr., steward of Bradninch, co. Devon, 1313.

Saint Ives (co. Cornwall), 64, 223, 1040, 1160, 1792; proceedings against charter of, 459.

- - (co. Huntingdon), 72, 1696.

- - Deanery, Lincoln diocese, 2076.

- Jago de la Vega (Spanish Town, Jamaica), 1385.

- JAMES'S Church, Piccadilly, 2064.

- - in the Fields, 885, 1349; Hospital, 885; St. James's parish, 1608.

- - Square see Streets.

- -, WESTMINSTER, 1551, 1803, 1936, 1940; perpetuity and royal bounty to poor of, 306, 760, 771, 1385, 1940.

- - bailiwick, 1349; Kempsfield, Bunches Close and Soho Square in, 1773.

- - Garden, 585, 587, 589, 636, 640, 1549, 1702; garden keeper or gardener see Gurle, L., Verrio, A.; fountain, 769; orange trees in, 290; planting in, 2163; Verrio's house in, 2163; wall, 769; mounts erected on, 601, 671.

- - House or Palace, 197, 1447, 1484, 1740, 1783; granted to the Queen, 498; furniture for and goods for the Queen, 174, 2162; issues for, 2165; guard room, 935; lodgings in, 807, 943, 1396, 1590, 1919, 2050; sweeper and necessary woman, 504; underkeeper of, see Bath, Earl of; wardrobe keeper see Wardrobe; work done in, 280, 381; yeoman porter of the Court Gate, 584.

- - -, Chapel Royal in, 780, 1571; furniture for, 695, 725, 940; chapel keeper see Richardson, J. and see Chapel Royal.

- - Library, 1571.

- - Mews, 1704, 1801.

- - Palace Yard see Streets.

- - Park, 640, 658, 672, 2017; birds and beasts in, 1330; Chief Ranger and Keeper see Bath, Earl of; deer in, 1734; ducoys, fish ponds and wild fowl, 1712; fowl keeper, 763; felling trees in, 2135; first and chief underkeeper see Price, G.; house for gunners, 679; houses and lands in, 326, 427, 443, 945, 1052, 15256, 1588, 2135; labourers, 171, 244, 328; repairs in, 658, 769, 1480, 1608; road in, 1872; stables in, 1801; volary keeper see Story, Mr.; wall, 323, 456, 1393, 15256, 1588, 1619; water engine in, 769, 1073.

- Jerome, picture of, 992.

- John, feast of, 1184; picture of, 992.

- - (St. Johns), John, marsh lands, Essex, 2088.

- -, Lady (either Johanna the mother or Mary the wife of Sir Henry St. John, afterwards Visct. St. John), 528.

- -, Lord, see Powlett, C.

- -, Oliver, verderer of New Forest, 758.

- -, Capt. or Major Thomas, officer, Tangier, 708, 814, 1158, 1163, 1258, 1680; his house at Tangier, 1875; debt to the inhabitants, Tangier, 844; losses by the rebellion in the West, 1057; payment to, 2125.

- -, Sir Walter, bart., trustee for the Earl and Countess of Lichfield, 759, 1048, 1267, 1357, 1517, 1592, 1784.

- John Baptist, Walbrook (London), perpetuity to poor of, 232, 313, 1794, 1797.

- - de Porto Rico see Porto Rico.

- Johns (West Indies), 1981.

- - Rath (Slane or Lower Kells barony, co. Meath), 570.

- - Town (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

- Joseph, picture of, 992.

- Katherine's near the Tower, 209.

- - Hospital, 493.

- Lawrence Jewry (London), 653.

- - (co. Essex), 2091, 2092.

- -, Halls Marsh (co. Essex), 2091, 2092.

- Leger, Sir Anthony, Warden of the Mint, 20, 929.

- -, Dudley, Customs officer, Deal, 2153.

- Liz, Baron of, see Feilding, B.

- Loe (St. Lo), Capt. George, in the West Indies, commander of the Dartmouth, 183, 1989, 275, 728, 1014, 1044, 1082, 1307, 13689, 1396, 1530, 1597, 1614.

- Magnus (London), perpetuity to poor of, 496, 614, 1014, 1051, 1758, 1770.

- Malo (France), 1799.

- Margarets, New Fish Street (London), 637.

- -, Westminster, 279, 1120, 1188, 1588, 1608, 1717, 18578; annuity for poor of, 584, 617, 664, 1185, 1715.

- Martin (Shillelogher or Gowran barony, co. Tipperary), 562.

- - in the Isle of Rh (France), 712, 727, 789.

- Martins in the Fields (Westminster), 143, 158, 199, 356, 407, 498, 596, 715, 716, 851, 885, 945, 10202, 1232, 1250, 1349, 1414, 1695, 18034, 1810, 1826, 18578, 1911, 1943; annuity for the poor of, 584, 617, 664, 1185, 1188, 1715, 1717.

- - Le Grand, 1371.

- -, Ludgate (London), 1738.

- Mary (manor, Milverton, co. Somerset), 884.

- -, Aldermary (London), 1053, 1214.

- - Egyptienne, picture of, 992.

- - Le Bow, 1371.

- - Magdalen (Bermondsey), 204, 252, 1371; concealed lands in, 87983.

-, -, Savoy, alias le Strand (Westminster), 949.

- -, Wolnoth (London), 1964.

- Mary's (York city), scite of monastery, 1565, 1602; closes called Almery Garth and Little Inge, 1602.

- Mawes (co. Cornwall), 976.
-, Captain of the Castle see Tredenham, Sir J.
-, garrison, 226, 541.

- Michael, Balthasar, Navy Commissioner (Muster Master at Deal), 1136, 1239.

- Michael, Cornhill (London), perpetuity to poor of, 1339, 1340, 1598, 1610, 1781.

- Mullin's (co. Carlow), 1954.

- Neot (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 133.

- Neots Deanery, Lincoln Diocese, 2076.

- Nicholas Fort (Plymouth), 2156.

- Olave's, Hart Street (London), 1965.

- - (Southwark), 882, 885.

- Pancras parish (London), 944.

- Paul, image of, 1300.

- Paul's, Covent Garden, 578.

- - (London), Dean and Chapter of, 738, 1790.
-, rebuilding of, 738.
-, Post Office, 1673.

- Peter, picture of, 992; image of, 1300.

- Peter's (Westminster) see Westminster Abbey.

- Quintins linen, 954.

- Radigund manor, Kent, 884.

- Sampson (co. Cornwall), 144.

- Saviour's, Southwark, 882.

- Sepulchre's (London), 1738.

- Stephen (co. Kent), 1841, 1961.

- - (co. Cornwall), blowing house at, 133.

-, Stephen's, Coleman St. (London), 653.

- Thomas's, Southwark, 1672.

- - Hospital, 31, 574, 653, 745, 1176, 1814.

- Victor, Monsieur, transporting horses, 1874.

- Vincent (Windward Isles), 468.

Sakins (Seakens), William, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 379, 650; pension, 308; Poll arrear, 1043.

Saladine (Salladine), John, clerk in the Foreign Post Office, 1284, 1971.

Salazar, Count de, Envoy from the Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, 689, 838.

Salcey Forest (co. Northants), 878.
-, timber from and wood sales in, 12, 39, 44, 157, 161, 164, 194, 214, 463, 573, 628, 1052, 1076, 1155, 1720, 1722, 17823, 2154, see Bennet, H.
-, woodward of see Newton, J.
-, Major J. Stirk's Walk, 1783.
-, Rose Coppice, 1783.
-, Sandpitts Coppice, 2154.
-, Stoneway Coppice, 573, 1722.
-, Wakes Coppice, 1052.
-, John Winn's Walk, 573, 2154.

Salcott (co. Essex), 2093.

Salford (co. Warwick), 1123.

Salisbury (Salsbury), Earl of, see Cecil, J.

-, Fouke, brother of John, petition for Customs place, 580.

-, George, shoemaker to the New Raised Forces, 598.

-, John, collector, Plymouth port, 580.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 421.

-, William, waiter, Bideford port, 1914.

Salisbury (co. Wilts), and Bishop of, see Sarum.

- House in the Strand, 536, 1776.

Salkeld (Salkell), John, of Bury St. Edmunds, prisoner for sedition, 940, 945.

Salladine see Saladine.

Sallee (Morocco), 1846, 1910.
-, English ships destroying pirate ships of, 377.
-, forbidden trade with, 959.
-, Governor of, 2030.
-, merchants residing at, 2030.
-, present to Governor of, 332, 342.
-, ships made prize, 30.
-, squadron, 344, 1541, 1918, 1920.

Sallenhogia, Mr., patron of slaves, Barbary, 965.

Salloway (Sallaway, Salway), Arthur, rebel in the West, 420.

-, Major, of co. Gloucester, drowning himself, 665.

-, Samuel, workman in Windsor Great Park, 1736.

Salmon, Arthur, waiter, Uffculme port, 1914.

-, Charles, overseer of the Golden Rose, 1060.

-, Capt. James, master of the Supply, 1654.

-, Peter, surveyor of the wood farm, London port, 590.

Salop County, 151, 428, 791, 870, 1086, 1087, 1129, 1240, 1388, 1393, 1399, 1476, 1498, 1722, 1780, 1850, 2134.
-, Excise, 31.
-, Hearthmoney, 1793.
-, Post fines, 90.
-, Receiver of Assessments, 1160, see Hosier, Mr., Cressett, R.
-, Recusants' fines, Receiver of, see Wightwick, F.; Commissioners to enquire into, 1696.
-, Sheriffs, 513, 649, 2069.

Salsbury see Salisbury.

Salt, William, of co. Warwick, murdering his wife, 578, 1043.

Salt, farm of duty on imported Scotch salt and foreign salt, 63, 208, 246, 306, 1460; farmer of, see Strickland, Sir R.; rent of, granted to the Duke of Lauderdale, 208.
-, for Virginia for fishery, 1639.
-, foreign salt, duty on, 306.
-, pans, 408.
-, Scotch salt, duty on, 246, 306; imports, 246.
-, traders in Durham and Northumberland, 246.

Saltash (co. Cornwall), 1914.

Salter, Edward, debt to the King, 1828.

-, James, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Nicho., of Upottery, husbandman, rebel in the West, 416, 2006.

-, Robert, of Upottery, sergeweaver, rebel in the West, 415, 2005.

-, Thomas, landwaiter, London, 1765; collector, Bridgwater, 1765.

Salthouse, Henry, tidesman, Yarmouth, 2158.

Salthrop (co. Wilts), 1805.

Saltmarsh, Edward, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982.

-, Philip, Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

Saltmore, West (co. Somerset), 1090, 1091.

Saltoun, Lady, see Abernethy, Ann.

Saltpeter for the Ordnance see Ordnance.

Salvage of wrecks, 530, 544, 572, 1564.

Salvin, Catherine, daughter of William, loyalist indigent pension, 2059.

-, William, loyalist indigent officer, 2059.

Salway see Salloway.

Salwin see Selwin.

Sam, John, rebel in the West, 416.

Sambridge, Henry, Customs officer, London, 695, 740.

Samford see Sampford.

Sammerhill see Knock.

Samond see Sandran.

Samp Shore (Bermondsey), 882.

Sampeere, Nathaniel, tidesurveyor, London, 871, 894.

Sampford (Samford), Mr., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Sampford Magna (co. Essex), 851.

Sampson, Isaac, merchant, tidesman, London, 380, 1193.

-, John, Excise Office messenger to the London brewers, 132, 1458.

Sams, Christopher, tidesman, Appledore, 595.

-, John, debt to, Tangier, 843.

Samsons Marsh (Peldon, Essex), 2092.

Samuel, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Mr., one of the King's surveyors, buildings in the Mews, 119.

Samwayes, Edward, landwaiter, Plymouth, 927, 952, 997.

San Lucar (Spain), 857.

- Sebastian (Spain), 348, 1047.

Sancton (co. Yorks), 1978.

Sanders see Saunders.

- wood see Red.

Sanderson see Saunderson.

Sanderstead (co. Surrey), 1347.

Sandford (Sanford), Ben., of Combpyne, Dorset, husbandman, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Christopher, petition for Customs place, 467.

-, Francis, Lancaster Herald, 660, 1145, 1609, 1795, 2013.

-, Joan, widow of a Western rebel, 1987.

-, John, lease of hundreds of Dengie etc., co. Essex, 1377, 1850.

-, Joseph, waiter, Gosport, 1475.

-, Nicholas, accomptant, debt, Tangier, 331, 843, 1643, 1660, 1875.

-, Samuel, shipowner, 683.

-, Symon, Mayor of Harwich, 964; pacquet boat service for the Post Office, 1515.

Sandford (co. Berks), 1943.

- (co. Berks), co. Oxford, 455.

Sandgate Castle (co. Kent), Commander of, see Devereux, W.

Sandhurst (co. Kent), 886.

- Walk see Windsor Forest.

Sandis see Sandys.

Sandon (Saudon) Chapel, manor, co. Surrey, 887.

Sandor see Saunders.

Sandown Castle (co. Kent), Governor of, 436.

Sandpitts Coppice see Salcey Forest.

Sandran, alias Samond (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Sandwich (co. Kent), 64, 203, 349, 382, 497, 500, 677, 772, 817, 887, 1298, 1316, 1319, 1332, 1374, 1500, 1560, 1728, 1841, 1958, 2108.

Sandys (Sands, Sandis), Ensign, Army payment, 1131.

-, Sir George, teale for Charles II, 1723.

-, Henry, tidesman, London, 2008.

-, -, 7th Lord Sandys de Vyne, lands, co. Berks, 1965.

-, Mr., milliner, German Street, London, letter receiver for the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, -, J. Hind's lands, 745.

-, -, petition for Customs place, 486.

-, Philadelphia, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2181.

- (Sandy), Robert, rebel in the West, 416.

-, -, of Culliton, Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 424, 2006.

-, Thomas, of London, merchant, Virginia tobacco, 491, 1040, 1453, 1538, 16912.

-, Thomas de, Envoy from Catherine of Braganza to her brother, 1776.

-, Sir Thomas, bills of exchange, 364, 1358; lottery patent, 1421.

Sanford see Sandford.

Sanfoy, John, carpenter, Tangier, 918.

Sankey, Stephen, tenant, Kinghton, 1699.

Sankey Bridge (Liverpool port), 1330, 1611.

Sanny, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Sansom, Mr., enquiring of rebels' estates in the West, 873.

Sanson (Sansom), John, Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, 3, 45, 72, 225, 228, 486, 571, 605, 608, 678, 711, 796, 807, 864, 1013, 1079, 1201, 1235, 1308, 1319, 1398, 1689, 1756, 2084, 2138.

Sansoni, Signor, musician of the Chapel Royal, 1822.

Santa Lucia (Windward Isles), 468.

Santa Rose, Father Ignozio de, bringing diamonds from the Fathers at Goa, 1828, 1845.

Santen, Capt. Lucas, Receiver of Crown Revenues in New York, 7734, 1014, 1044, 1347, 1383, 1418, 1498, 1499, 1504, 1521, 1541, 1546, 15778, 16269, 1636, 1665, 17067, 1764, 1825.

Sarazon (Sarason, Savazon), John, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1470, 1710.

Sare, Ady, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 884.

-, Richard, letter receiver to the Foreign Post Office, 1284, 1971.

-, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 884.

Saredd, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1122.

Sark Island, wool trade, 1265, 1375, 1449.

Sarotti, Signor Paolo, Venetian Resident, 797, 1708, 1729.

Sarrah, Anne, wife of Humphry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Humphry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, John, son of Humphry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Sartre, James, French minister, lending money to Charles II (in 1651), 398.

Sarum, New Sarum or Salisbury (co. Wilts), 172, 202, 203, 214, 756, 1080, 1091, 1250, 1511, 2119, 2121, 2129; King James II at, 2134; rising at. 709.

-, Bishop of (see Ward, S.), payments to, as Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 43, 2056, 242, 251, 484, 638, 950, 1315, 1319, 1483, 1547, 1727, 1873, 1979.

-, Bishopric, Tenths of, 43, 71, 579, 972; pensions out of, 225, 249, 661, 735, 1300, 1346.

Satchell, Henry, rebel in the West, 423, 424.

-, John, rebel in the West, 420; of Taunton, yeoman, 425, 1374, 2006; Mr., 15445, 1596, 1610, 1721.

-, Roger, of Colyton, Devon, rebel in the West, 415, 2003.

-, Thom., rebel in the West, 424.

-, Will., rebel in the West, 417.

Satin see Indian satin.

Sauden Chapel see Sandon.

Saul (Saule, Sawle), Ann, wife of Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Joseph, lease, Austell Prior, 1379, 1527, 1767.

-, Nicholas, tenement, Austell Prior, 1767.

Saunders (Sanders, Saunder, Sandor), Abraham, Mayor of Bristol, 370.

-, Ann, widow, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

-, David, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, Sir Edward, bart., 1130.

-, Francis, petition for Customs place, 40.

-, -, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2183.

-, George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Humphry, rebel in the West, 418.

-, John, carter, New Park, Richmond, 1219, 2112.

-, -, agent at Hull to Mr. Fitch, 2134.

-, -, tenant of marsh land, Essex, 2089.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Joseph, wool frauds, Margate, 1657.

-, -, tidesurveyor and boatman, Harwich, 2034, 2108.

-, Katherine, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Nathaniel, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, Nicholas, collector, Truro, 1556.

-, Richard, tidesman, London, 136, 2008, 2157.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Robert, lease of post groats of tin, 41, 94.

-, Samuel, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, -, boatman, Penryn, 2034, 2073.

-, Tho., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423.

-, William, son of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, husband of Katherine, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, rebels in the West, 415, 419, 420, 424, 425.

Saunders wood see Red.

Saunderson (Sanderson), Christopher, Justice of Peace, Durham, 252.

-, James, a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 2167.

-, Ralph, captain of the Fubbs yacht, 532, 954, 1065, 1076.

-, Robert, surveyor, York, 266.

-, -, debt to, Tangier, 843.

Sausage (Bologna), 686.

Sausthorpe ("Soumthorpe," co. Lincoln), 1775, 1851.

Sautell see Sawtell.

Savage (Savidg), Capt. (in Lord Gerard's Regiment), 469; going to Ireland, 1131.

-, Francis, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415, 417.

-, -, bail for William Savage, 1097, 1453, 1605.

-, -, discovery of Jesuits' estates, 29, 465, 690, 706.

-, Joshua, landwaiter, Bristol, 976; ditto, London, 976, 1153.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Richard, clerk in office of Solicitor of Customs, 316, 317, 691.

-, Robert, of Fringford, Recusant, 455.

-, Thomas, 1st Visct. Savage, trustee for Henrietta Maria, 1164.

-, -, 7th Earl Rivers, Delamere Forest lease, 1788.

-, William, of Taunton, rebel in the West, 1097, 1453, 1605.

-, -, lands, Winchester, 17.

Savazon see Sarazon.

Saville (Savile and see Sackville), Lord Saville of Eland and Visct. Halifax, 1146; Earl of Halifax, 1147; Marquess of Halifax, 1148; Lord Privy Seal, 6, 18; Lord President of the Privy Council, diet and royal bounty to, 20, 44, 112, 275, 370; loans on New Forest timber, 85, 142, 629.

-, Henry, Vice Chamberlain of the Household, 329, 341, 342, 345, 377, 407, 425, 448; a Groom of the Bedchamber, 373; keeper of Bushey Park, 4945, 654, 656, 677.

-, John, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335; Lord Grey's estate, 92, 247.

Savary, Daniel, Protestant refugee, 362.

Saviour, the, in the Garden of Olives, picture of, 993.

Savory, Christopher, murder of, 1630, 1916.

-, Robert, brother of Christopher, 1630, 1781.

Savoy, ambassadors to Duke of, see Ambassadors.

-, Court of, at Turin, 369.

Savoy (London), the, 1558.
-, French church in, see Westminster (Abbey Dean).
-, parish see St. Mary, Savoy.

Sawle see Saul.

Sawtell (Sautell), Edmund, clerk of the Yarmouth Road in the Post Office, 1283, 1971.

Sawyer (and see Sayer), Anne, daughter of John, 1596.

-, Edmund, lease of Richmond Ferry (1606), 1389.

-, Sir Edmund, lease of Presteigne tolls, 1699, 1700.

-, Sir Edward (temp. Car. I), lease of Presteigne tolls, 1687; steward of Cookham and Bray, 984.

-, Jane, daughter of John, 1596.

-, John, of London, cooper, contractor for the First Wine Act, 474, 603, 15956, 20356.

-, -, keeper of Leonards Hill Walk, Windsor Forest, 588.

-, -, son of Joan Smith, discovery, Abingdon, 855, 1317.

-, Katherine, daughter of John, 1596.

-, (Sayer), Peter, of Wallingford, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' forfeitures, co. Oxford etc., 1696; ditto, co. Berks etc., 1982.

-, Robert, First Wine Act account, 12501.

-, Sir Robert, son of Sir Edward, steward of Cookham and Bray, 984.

-, -, -, Attorney General, 21, 29, 33, 48, 128, 152, 164, 198, 202, 214, 275, 288, 381, 395, 396, 436, 445, 460, 486, 507, 520, 527, 531, 536, 572, 602, 606, 657, 743, 810, 834, 841, 850, 863, 878, 951, 957, 1025, 1052, 1055, 1056, 1097, 1099, 1103, 1139, 1157, 1213, 1227, 1228, 1427, 1511, 1523, 1570, 1604, 1607, 1617, 1634, 1688, 1692, 1711, 1756, 1768, 1784, 1801, 1859, 1893, 1911, 2096; picture for, 426, 442.

-, Thomas, son of John, 1596.

Sawyers (Sawyer) [? Sayer, George], Vice Chamberlain to the Queen Dowager, 316, 1329.

Saxbee, Sam., rebel in the West, 418.

Saxby (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2076.

Saxe, two Princes of, at the Coronation, 141.

Saxony, Duke of, mourning Charles II, 1796.

Saxtead (co. Suffolk), 109, 146, 1152.

Saxton, Ralph, Crown witness, Cheshire, 1068.

-, Samuel, Crown witness, Cheshire, 1068.

-, Thomas, trial of, 1068.

Say, Alexander, landwaiter [London], 797, 1807.

-, Anne, wife to George, lands, Ireland, 564.

-, George, lands, Ireland, 564.

-, John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Jonas, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Mr., estate, Islington, Norfolk, 1724, 1725.

Sayce (and see Says), Robert, watchman, London, 298.

Sayer (Saier and see Sawyer, Sayers), Charles, see Sayers.

-, George, carver to the Queen Dowager, 404, see Sawyers.

-, John, lands, Bray, 1656.

-, -, master cook to Charles II, 238, 434.

-, -, First Wine Act contract, 1289, 1893.

-, Peter, see Sawyer.

Sayers (and see Sayer), Adolphus, Page of Honour to the Queen Dowager, 404.

-, Charles, servant to the Master Armourer, Tangier, 1170, 1655, 1789.

-, Edward, landcarriageman, Bristol, 2008.

-, George, see Sayer.

-, Lady [Katherine], house near the Privy Garden, 1052.

-, Richard, a Yeoman of the Guard, 1178, 1236.

Says (and see Sayce), Christopher, tenant of concealed land, Sussex, 888.

Saywell, Henry, Poll arrear, Royal Household, 1276, 1277.

-, Thomas, messenger of the Chamber, 2107.
-, wine for Windsor, 1725.

Scadbury (co. Kent), 1261.

Scadding see Stadding.

Scadgell, Richard, searcher, Looe, 1827.

Scalding House see Royal Household.

Scammwell, Edward, of West Hatch, Somerset, yeoman, Recusant, 1058.

Scanderoon (Syria), 405, 1450, 1525, 2147.

Scandalous and seditious words see Treason.

Scandalum magnatum, 783, 1325, 1511, 1546, 1678, 1757, 1873.

Scania ("Skonen," Sweden), 366.

Scarborough (Scarborow), Charles, Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 380, 402, 639, 915, 1218, 1221, 1409, 1561, 1564, 1823, 1824, 1898, 1900, 1951, 1956, 2062, 2072; Poll arrear, 1277.

-, John, landsurveyor, Chelsea Hospital, 1446.

-, Mr., an attorney of the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 2106.

Scarborough (co. Yorks), 859, 1193, 1242, 1368, 1395.

-, Castle, keeper of see Slingsby, Sir T.

Scarcroft (co. Yorks), 1696.

Scarle (co. Notts), 1979.

Scarlet cloth, 2059.

Scarsdale, Earl and Countess of, see Leke, R., Leke, Frances.

Scattergood, Charles, boatman, Sandwich, 64.

Scattery (Ireland), 1910.

Scawby, alias Scasby (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2077.

Scawen, Edward, son of Robert, surety for Sir W. Doyly, 1387, 1442.

-, Robert, surety for Sir W. Doyly, 1442, 1466.

-, William, collector of rents, Cornwall, 34, 693.

-, -, importing muslins from Holland, 731, 744, 782, 797, 805, 933, 943, 997, 1015.

Sceptre for the Coronation, 68; St. Edward's Staff, 68; for the Queen, 69, 157, 243; for the King, 243.

Scheldor, Claes, shipmaster, 75.

Schleswig (Denmark), 14956.

Schrijwerker, [Heer,] in the train of Monsieur Dykvelt, 1192.

Schuermans, Charles, Brussels, 300, 301.

Schuyler, Brand, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Scilly Isles, 204, 753, 1094, 2061.
-, Customs officers, 199, 536, 776, 935, see Wharton, J., Bolitho, W.
-, Governor of, 199, 232, 1110, see Godolphin, F.
-, liberty of buying Irish provisions, wine etc., Customs free, 1110.
-, Proprietor of, 2061, see Godolphin, Lord S.

Scalter see Slater.

Scobell, John, engraver of tin farthings, 1622.

Scopwick (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2078.

Score, Richard, deputy customer, Exeter port, 920.

Scoreby Fields (Sheriff Hutton, Yorks), 8678.

Scote, Richard, tenant, Lindhurst, 1106.

SCOTLAND and Scotch, 268, 309, 380, 381, 409, 461, 643, 678, 738, 791, 1175, 1807.
-, Army, sending Regiments and soldiers from England to Scotland, 614, 678, 1644, 1891, 2081, 2115, 2123, 2131; officers in, 2123; bringing Regiments or soldiers from Scotland to England, 254, 1316, 1891; Regiments, Scotch Regi, ment and Scotch GuardsDragoons etc., see Army (Regiment), 1557; Army in Scotland at the Restoration, 863; recruits, 2110.
-, border, securing peace on, 45.
-, Charles II in, 1357.
-, coals from, duty on, 15078.
-, corn, meal and herrings to be imported to Berwick, Customs free, 232, 5356, 595, 622, 1664.
-, fines and forfeitures due to the King in, 353.
-, goods exported to, 89, 518, 532, 686, 983, 1176, 1557, 2081.
-, -, imported from, 810, 855, 1358, 1558, 1870, 2117.
-, -, sent to the Plantations in contravention of the Navigation Act, 314.
-, inequality of Customs with England, 1370.
-, James II in, 1560.
-, King's Chapel, furniture for, 983.
-, letters to, 1524.
-, linen see Linen.
-, Lord Chancellor see Perth, Earl of.
-, matters belonging properly to Scottish administration, 1624.
-, Mint, Governor of, see Maitland, Visct. R.; General of, 8245.
-, -, Trial pieces for, 822, 1286, 1314.
-, navigation of, difficulty of, 1507.
-, -, Act questions see Scotland (post nate, sailors, ships).
-, plaids, imports of, 1285, 1345, 1347, 1358, 1359, 1392.
-, Postnati, Customs rights and Plantation trade, rights of, 521, 707, 1501, 1525.
-, Post Office, letters from Scotland, 1513.
-, rate of wages in, 246.
-, sailors of Scotch birth in English ships, Navigation Act questions as to, 707, 1438.
-, salt, imports and farm of duty on, see Salt; farmer of, see Strickland, Sir T.
-, Secretary of State, office for, in London, 1992.
-, ships of, question of right to Plantation trade, 1009; prohibited from Plantation trade, 212.
-, -, made prize in, 1261.
-, smalts from, 1036.
-, tobacco, 127; exported to, 2150.
-, Treasury, payments out of, 2117; Standard Trial Pieces in, 822.
-, weights, 824.
-, wool, export from, 2083, 2085, 2125.

Scothern, William, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Scothern (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2076.

Scott, Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch, Duchess of Monmouth, 531; lands, Rickmansworth, 539; house in Soho, 1752, 1773, 181011; pictures for, 1969.

-, Sir Edward, Dungan's Regiment in France, 31, 1088; lands, Ireland, 1178, 1734; pension, Ireland, 1747.

-, Francis, bailiff of the liberty of Finsbury, 13, 210.

-, George, fishmonger, London, lease, Essex, 19501.

-, James, Duke of Monmouth, grant of ferries in Ireland, 1280, 19535; house in Hedge Lane, Soho, 1652, 1752, 1773, 1776, 1811; lands and estates, 539; Regiment in Frances, 31; Regiment of Horse and Foot in the New Raised Forces (16778), 406, 598; Companies at Tangier, 1062; Master of the Horse, 119; present at the Cabal, 1244; attainder, 257, 1955; degraded, from the Order of the Garter, 527, 998; rebellion, landing and declaration of, 326, 359, 416, 451, 460, 545, 602, 620, 809, 855, 892, 933, 985, 988, 1097, 1099, 1196, 1244, 1259, 1453, 1493, 1606, 1764, 1783, 1874, 1902, 1960; for rebels in the West see Rebellion; his Rebellion Declaration, 1312; reward for capture of, 278; commission to find his estate, 1068.

-, -, armourer and master gunsmith, Tangier, 385, 464, 530, 845, 1655, 1789.

-, Joan, widow of John, victuals for soldiers, Tangier, 708, 1258, 1297.

-, John, victuals for soldiers, Tangier, 1258.

-, -, merchant shipowner, 910.

-, -, Colonel, estate in New Jersey, 1611.

-, Mr., stationer to the King, 911 (probably Robert).

-, Richard, wool frauds, Dover, 1657.

-, Robert, bookseller, 996, 1143, 1322, and see Scott, Mr.

-, Samuel, merchant importing tobacco, 1460.

-, Symon, undersheriff of Yorks, 102930, 1137, 1138, 12056.

-, William, of London, Recusants' recognizance, 1020.

-, -, searcher, Dublin, 2049, 2113.

Scotton, Edward, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

Scranton, Tho., of Canterbury, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 2028.

Scrafield (co. Lincoln), rectory, 1775.

Scrafton, Robert, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, William, deputy King's waiter, London, 1035.

Scriboge (Lower Ormond barony, Tipperary), 557.

Scriven, William, collector and surveyor, Scarborough port, 1193, 1242.

Scrooby Liberty (co. Notts), 773.

Scroope (Scroupe, Scrope), Sir Adrian, Thimelby's bond, 1856.

-, Sir Carr, of Cockington, Lincoln, baronet fee, 1066, 1237, 1239.

-, Christopher, of Danby, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1696.

-, Gervas, Army officer, 242, 376, 380; landwaiter, London, 242, 288, 364, 376, 380, 625.

-, Madame, portrait of, 992.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner for Recusants, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Scudamore (Scudamoor), John, King's building at Newmarket, 1293.

-, Mris., Recusant, co. Salop, 1087.

-, Rowland, of Treworgan, co. Hereford, Recusant, 6589.

Sculcoates (co. Yorks), 1978.

Sculptor see Bushnell, J.

Scurlack (Scurluck), Richard, boatman, Aberdovey port, 1500.

Scurlock (Scurlogh), Manns, poor Tangier soldier, 23, 409.

Scurlockstown (Delvin barony, Westmeath), 569.

Scurrier, Will., rebel in the West, 419.

Scutt, William, alias Welsted, smuggler, Southampton, 1569, 1619.

Sea coal, farm of, see Coal.

-, fights see Pictures.

-, Valley (Deal, Kent), 2087.

Seacombe (Secombe), John, waiter, Falmouth, 1154; Comptroller ibid., 502.

Seaford, Mr., tenant of marsh, Kirby, Essex, 2090.

Seagar, Seagard see Segar.

Seagoes, William, ship Concord, 1436.

Seagood, Jno., executor of J. Parsons, 120, 214, 350.

Seagrave, William, Excise gauger, 642.

Seakins see Sakins.

Seal oil, imports and duty on, 490, 499.

Sealon (? Seaton), Matt., rector of Thornton le Moor, 2079.

Seals, engraving of, 1354, 17267; see Great Seal, Jamaica, Mint, East, T.

Seaman, Aldred, senr., steward of Milverton, 33, 168, 1661, 1651, 1780, 1782, 1787, 1799.

-, Rob., rebel in the West, 419.

Seamore, Seamour see Seymour.

Searl (Searle, Serle), Anthony, boatman, Humble River, Southampton, 1290.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Mr., marsh, Tillingham, Essex, 2090.

-, Robert, agent for the naval victualling at Leghorn, 1049, 1063, 1073.

-, William, of Whitford, Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2004.

-, (or Lisle), William, second clerk of the Kent Road in the Post Office, 1284, 1971.

Searle's Marsh, Tillingham, Essex, 2090.

Searr, John, rebel in the West, 420.

Seaton see Sealon.

-, Mr., Crown Law case against, 2106.

Seaton (co. Yorks), manor, 626.

-, (co. Devon), 2006; and Beer, 2009.

-, Sluice (co. Northumberland), 1200.

Seaward see Seward.

Seawell see Sewell.

Seawood Park (co. Lancs), 1651.

Seccombe see Seacombe.

Seckard, Robert, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Secret service, payments for, see Aldworth, W.; Fox, Sir S.; Graham, J. and R.; Guy, H.; Gwynn, F.; Legge, G.; Middleton, Earl of; Morland, Sir S.; Preston, Visct.; Privy Council (Lord President); Sunderland, Earl of; Vaudrey, Mr.

Secret, Ann, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Secretary at War see Army (Secretary).

-, Latin, see Latin.

- of State, 833, 934, 1493, 2053; see Arlington, Earl of; Coventry, H.; Jenkins, Sir L.; Middleton, Earl of; Morrice, Sir W.; Preston, Visct.; Sunderland, Earl of.
-, divided into Provinces, 1587.
-, fees, 2052.
-, letters to be franked, 461, 1140.
-, office, 21, 508, 1116.
-, salary, in lieu of pensions, 32.
-, State Paper Office, 1034, 1275; Keeper of records of State and Council see Williamson, Sir J.

Sedan (France), 576.

Sedbrook manor (co. Kent), 886.

Sedgemoor (King's Sedgemoor, co. Somerset), and battle of, 686, 919, 1346, 1600.

Sedgewick, Zaccheius, executor of J. Breedon, 1423.

Sedition and seditious words see Treason.

Sedley, Catharine, Countess of Dorchester, pension, and grant of lands, Ireland, 54871; house in St. James's Square, 587; goods going to Ireland, 587; grant of lands to, in Ireland, 54871.

Seely, James, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Seeres, Ellen, Tangier widow, royal bounty to, 645.

Seffrakuke, alias Lissureagh (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Segar (Seagar, Seagard), Anthony, attendant at the Treasury, issues to, for incidents of the Treasury Chambers, 113, 166, 255, 265, 383, 401, 519, 534, 676, 723, 799, 835, 974, 1006, 1104, 1135, 1283, 1341; messenger to the Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 19, 1458; customer of Southampton port, 33, 51, 106, 220, 609, 635, 1167, 1958; a King's waiter, Bristol, 1910; present of plate for, 1145; petition for a debt, 578.

-, Charles, son of Anthony, landwaiter, Bristol, 106, 229, 2701, 727, 1167, 2044, 2151; collector, Southampton port, 609, 1958.

-, George, King's waiter, Bristol, 2101.

-, Henry, doorkeeper to the Commissioners of Appeals in Excise, 19, 1458; assistant weigher at the Mint, 6567, 733, 755.

-, John, waiter, Teignmouth, 798.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 424.

Seignour, Robert, loans on linen, 2180.

Seiskinbeck (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Seizes, Alderman, of Oxford, 591.

Seizures see Customs.

Selby, William, petition for Customs place, 2150.

Selby (co. Yorks), 779, 901, 1560, 1568, 1624.

Selden (Seldine), Thomas, shipmaster, 621.

-, William, boatman, Appledore, 595.

Selfe, Isaac, junr., Quaker, co. Wilts, 634.

-, -, senr., and his wife, Quakers, co. Wilts, 634.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422.

Sellacks, rent so called, 1313.

Selsey Island (Sussex), 888.

-, farm, alias the Grange or the Burgh (Selsey Island), 888.

Selston ("Silkeston," co. Notts), 1978.

Selwin (Salwin), William, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Selwood, John, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

-, William, of Chard, clothier, rebel in the West, 416, 2003.

Senequa Indians, 1325.

Senhouse, Ensign, debt to inhabitantsTangier, 844.

-, Lieut. John, debt to inhabitants, Tangier, 844.

-, Richard, pratique master, Tan gier, 324, 386, 813, 843.

Serge (cloth and see Bowdye), 193, 376, 433.

Sergison, Charles, loans on linen, 2180.

Seridge see Dean Forest.

Serjeant, Philip, lands, Ireland, 563.

Serjeant Chirurgeon, 436, see King's Chirurgeon; Peirce, J.; Pile, R.

-, painter see Streeter, R.

Serjeants at Arms see Ball, H., Bishop, Sir W., Bishop, Major William, Charnock, R. and T., Fitz Symonds, O., Harsnet, Sir R., Harvey, J., Maddox, R., Mease, W., Payne, T., Ramsey, J., Ryley, P., Shoreditch, R., Smith, Fr. and G., Templer, J., Topham, J., Vassall, F., Williamson, E.; issues for, 133, 137, 1406, 19367, 2011, 2017, 2103; maces for, 76; eight serjeants in ordinary, 1410, 1796, 1797; loss of a mace, 246; allowance for riding charges, 1987.

Serjeants at Law see Bugby, W., Charlton, Sir J., Farrington, A., Gregory, Sir W., Holloway, C., Jones, Sir T., Lutwich, Sir E., Millington, J., Montagu, W., Nevill, Sir E., Powell, J. and T., Rotheram, Sir J., Stringer, Sir T., Strode, T., Wynne, O., Wythens, Sir F.

Serle see Searle.

Serridge, Tho., Quaker, Essex, 633.

Sesesque, Madame de, picture of, 993.

Seth, John Baptist, of Flanders, serving Charles II in Scotland (in 1654), petition for Customs place, 1375, 1463, 18423.

Setting, Henry, shipmaster, 1600.

Settlement, Act of, see Ireland (lands).

Settrington, Baron, see Lennox, C.

Severn, river, derelict lands in, 572; water bailiff of, 2033, 2060.

Seville (Spain), 907.

Seward (Seaward), Christopher, glasses for the garden at Windsor, 1724.

-, Edward, merchant, lease of the Castle Close, Exeter, 580, 664, 693.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 415.

Sewell (Sewall, Seawell), Ambrose, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, Ann, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, John, goods for the Princess of Denmark, 916.

-, Robert, services to Charles I, his sons on the Dover, 438.

- [? Samuel], Attorney General, Barbados, 2171.

Sewers see London.

-, Commissioners of, 1156; taxes for Hatfield Level, 1156.

Sexton, Thomas, alias Randall, F., rebel in the West, 424.

Seymour (Seamore, Seamour), Alice, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Charles, 11th Duke of Somerset, 1350; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 222, 262, 266, 364, 36970, 529, 7034, 812, 949, 1181, 1343, 1462, 1542, 1560; Poll arrear, 1043; rent in South Wales, 2170.

-, Capt., fines, co. Gloucester, 482.

-, Edward, deputy clerk of the Hanaper, 78, 294, 298, 635, 1118, 1785.
-, a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 72, 597.
-, executor of L. Kingdon, 768.

-, -, deceased, weigher, Plymouth, 388.

-, -, warehouse keeper, Plymouth, 908.

-, -, Treasurer of the Navy, 367, 37, 197, 245, 470, 492, 518, 666, 678, 788, 972, 973, 982.
-, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, 2170.

-, Henry, various grants of leases to, at the Restoration, Carnedon Prior, 458; Bucklawren, 481, 593, 869; St. Austell, 860, 913, 1527, 1767, 1779, 1849; Sutton Poole, 1121; Windsor, 1703.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, estreated recognizance, co. Gloucester, 715; interest in Kingswood Chace, 962.

-, Sir Joseph, an auditor of the Exchequer Court (for co. Northants etc.), 655, 1650.

-, Mr., barber, Lime Street Corner, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Roger, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, William, 7th Duke of Somerset, Groom of the Stole, 1109.

Shackbere see Shakespere.

Shackleton (Shakleton), Robert, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Roger, sheriff of York city, 102930.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Shadwell, Edward, son of a justice of peace, Norfolk, petition for Customs place, 1630.

Shadwell (co. Middlesex), 1672.

Shaen, Sir James, a Farmer of the Revenue of Ireland, 12001, 1397, 1418, 1437, 1560, 1753, 1842, 1913, 2040, 20458, 2124.

Shaftesbury, Earl of, see Cooper, A. A.

Shakerley (Shackerley), Capt., victualling the Forces for Ireland, 1132.

-, Jeffery, Poll arrear, 678.

-, John, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, Mr., Crown Law payments, Cheshire, 1068.

-, Peter, Governor of Chester, 280, 1863, 2104; inquest as to derelict lands in the Dee, 1644.

Shakespere (Shackbere), Agnes, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Anne, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Edward, son of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, daughter of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mary (bis), daughter of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, William, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1123 (five entries).

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

Shalbrook Walk see Whittlewood Forest.

Shalcross (Shelcross), Henry, country accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 48, 1180, 1860.

-, John, lands in St. James's Park, 945.

-, Julia, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

-, Samuel, clerk for the wood farm, London port, 590.

Shale, Robert, rebel in the West, 415.

Shales, Mr. [? John], issue to, out of Reigate manor, 2114.

-, Capt. John, auditor, 238, 438, 453, 497, 636, 652, 657, 690, 1001, 1086, 1233, 1312, 1359, 1389, 1581, 1656, 1703, 1706, 1846, 2114, 2130, 2134; Navy certificate, 197; Commissary General of Provisions for the Army, 238, 239, 249, 250, 457, 524, 531, 571, 587, 1005, 1063, 1083, 1132, 1133, 1153, 1236, 1308, 1350, 1352, 1358, 1374, 1431, 1441, 1507, 1529, 1530, 1565, 1568, 1585, 1647, 1713, 1740, 1930, 1994, 2084, 2119, 2123.

-, Philip, Excise Office surveyor for imported liquors, 1458.
-, merchant, importer of wine, 1913.

Shallet (Shallot), Arthur, importer of brandy, 799, 918, 1000, 1388, 1435, 1640; exporting fish, 572; coal for Sheerness garrison, 2122.

Shalley (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Shalmer, William, enquiring of rebels' estates in the West, 873.

Shaloon (stuff), 407, 428.

Shanakill ("Shanokill," Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 551, 556.

Shanbally (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Shanballyduff ("Shanvallyduff," Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Shanballymore (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Shanballyvakin (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Shanbo (Navan barony, co. Meath), 568.

Shangarry ("Shannagry," Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Shann (Shaun) see Shaw, John.

Shannog (King's County), 1954.

Shannon river, 550, 1616.

Shanraheen ("Shanreheine," Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Shanvallyduff see Shanballyduff.

Shapton, Abraham, lease of mines, co. Gloucester, 258, 354, 442, 467.

Sharforth, Thomas, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

Sharisland (tenement, Carnedon Prior), 1445.

Sharp (Sharpe), Alice, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Edward, tidesman, London, 1386, 1518, 1555.

-, Ellen, widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Francis, smith, debtor of Jane Oldfield, 1211.

-, James, waterman, London port, 2108.

-, John, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Richard, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

-, Robert, vicar of Kirmond and Tealby, co. Lincoln, 2079.

Sharperton (Berwick port), 666, 2158.

Sharpless, John, of London, Recusants' recognizance, 1021.

Sharrow, John, house, Tangier, 1454.

Sharyduffe (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Shatt, Thomas, of Clifton, Recusant, 455.

Shaun see Shaw, John.

Shaw, Charles, son of Sir John, kt., collector Inwards, London port, 1404.

-, John, Tangier pay, 1630.

-, -, examiner of outports books, London, 686; a King's waiter, ibid., 818, 1378.

- (Shaun, Shann), John, undersheriff of Yorks, 102930, 1138, 1206.

-, Sir John, senr., kt., collector Inwards, London port, 102, 343, 642, 1035, 1359, 1404, 1517; surveyor of the Navigation Act, 706, 952, 1253, 1404, 1435, 1453.

-, Sir John, bart., junr., collector Inwards, London, 1404, 1435, 1478, 1487, 1500, 1544, 1793.

-, Moses, tidesman, Plymouth port, 493.

-, Thomas, waiter, Poulton port, 448.

-, William, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, -, a Treasury clerk, 283, 314, 329, 330, 344, 849, 907, 1492; matters referred to, 48, 171, 247, 1302, 1419; payments to, for Treasurer Rochester, 703, 932, 1118, 1135; trustee or assignee of Treasurer Rochester, 171, 270, 932, 989, 1115, 1120; Lord Grey's estate, 30, 92, 290, 479, 1553, 2130; French money account, 15012; Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 404; payment of 10,000l. into the Exchequer by the King's direction, 523, 586, 639, 683; searcher, Gravesend, 12, 18, 189, 1104, 1418, 2148; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2180, 2181, 2183; house in St. James's Street, 761.

Shaw manor (Windsor), 1703.

Sheaf (Sheafe), John, illicit transport of wool, 1815, 1893, 1959.

-, Mr., New England masts affair, 1370.

Sheanrea ("Shevery," Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Shear, Shears see Shere, Shores.

Shee, Marcus, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 565.

Sheen (Sheene, Shyan), Christopher, a King's waiter, London, 413, 836, 866, 1211, 1327.

-, James, misdemeanour, 1407, 1900.

Sheene (Richmond, Surrey), 1673; Priory, 57, 610, 621, 787; West manor, see Richmond.

Sheepstor (co. Devon), blowing house, 133.

Sheere, Sheeres see Shere, Sheres.

Sheerness (Kent), 394.
-, fort, 2156.
-, fortification, 643.
-, garrison, 1619, 1809, 1859, 2100, 2122; coals for, 2084.
-, Governor, 2084.
-, Navy Yard see Navy.

Sheffield, Christopher, deputy postmaster of Bedford, 1183.

-, Edmund, 3rd Lord Sheffield (temp. Eliz.), 626.

-, John, 3rd Earl of Mulgrave, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 222, 262, 266, 335, 36970; Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 401, 410, 434, 457, 463, 486, 617, 838, 1007, 1849, 1979; lands, co. Yorks, 626, 660.

-, Robert, petition, 660.

Sheffields (? co. Berks), 1982.

Shefford (co. Berks), 637.

- Deanery, Lincoln Diocese, 2074.

Sheilburne, Elizabeth, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, John, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, Jonathan, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, Mary, 551; Mary, relict of Col. Thomas, 551.

-, Rebecca, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, Thomas, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, Col. Thomas, lands, Ireland, 551.

Sheild, Fran., and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, John, junr., Quaker, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Thomas, and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

Sheire, Sheires see Shere, Sheres.

Shelcross see Shalcross.

Sheldon, Daniel, Oatlands Park lease, 1716, 1731, 1740.

-, Lieut. Col. Dominick, Irish pension, 1588, 1747, 1761.

-, Edward, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177, 2180, 2183; loans into the Exchequer, 178, 181, 1817; superstitious uses papers, 296.

-, George, superstitious uses papers, 296.

-, Mr., for Lord Chief Justice Herbert, 17501.

-, Mich., vicar of Langford, Beds, 2074.

-, Ralph, of Barton, Oxford, Recusant, 454; superstitious uses papers, 296; a Commissioner to inquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks, 1982.

-, -, one of the King's equerries, 2116.

-, Richard, surveyor and searcher, York, 230, 266, 1411.

-, -, a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 1550, 1914, 2025.

-, -, of Weston, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick etc., 1982.

-, Lieut. William, lands, Ireland, 552.

Sheldrake, Jacob, petition for Customs place, 1549, 1671.

-, John, assistant to Mr. Noel in the Excise Office, 132, 1458.

Shelfield (co. Warwick), 1123.

Shelford (co. Notts), 936.

Shelley (Shelly), Capt., Hispaniola wreck money, Jamaica, 2057.

-, Charles, goldsmith, London, 1655, 1722; plate for the Chapel Royal, 1252.

-, John, farrier employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641.

Shelton, Henry, sheriff of Norfolk, 707, 840, 1236.

Shelvock, Charles, postmaster, Shrewsbury, 1180.

-, John, postmaster, Shrewsbury, 1676.

Shenar see Zennor.

Sheor see Shere.

Shepherd (Shepheard, Sheppard), Anthony, tenant, Reigate, 1581.

-, George, comptroller, Berwick port, 118, 356, 408, 622, 686, 692.

-, James, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, landwaiter, London port, 74, 203.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 549.

- (Shifford), John, of Compton Dando, husbandman, rebel in the West, 421, 2004.

-, Mr., minister of Sanderstead, co. Surrey, 1347.

-, -, coffeeman, London Bridge, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Michael, clerk of warrants to the wood farm, London port, 590.

-, Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Robert, landwaiter for the Excise, London port, 836, 1458.

-, Samuel, Excise gauger for imported liquors at the Custom House, London, 132, 1458.

-, -, importing French wines, 1331, 2095, 2109.

-, -, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London, 1289.

-, -, senr. and junr., trumpeters, Tangier, 1682.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422; senr. and junr., lands, Locking, Somerset, 1967.

Shepherdson, John, shipmaster, 680.

Shepley, John, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

Sheppard see Shepherd.

Sheppey, Isle of (Kent), 884, 887.

Shepton Mallet (co. Somerset), 985, 1096.

Sherard (Sherrard), Bennet, 2nd Lord Sherard of Leitrim, 476.

-, William, mercer, cloth for stand on Hounslow Heath, 1811; patent for manufacture of alamodes, 1917.

Sherborn (Sherborne, Sherburn, Sherborne), Sir Edward, clerk of the Ordnance, 532, 638, 742, 1348, 1610, 1758, 1771.

-, John, Hearthmoney collectorship, 1244.

-, Mr., Gregorian in the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1822.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Lancs, 1695; ditto, co. Yorks, 1696.

-, William, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

Sherborn [Castle], co. Oxford, 454.

Sherborne (co. Gloucester), 746, 755.

Sherbrook, Robert, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Sherburn see Sherborne.

Shere (Sheere, Sheire, Sheor, Shear and see Sheeres), Henry and Sir Henry, Surveyor General of the Mole, Tangier, 160, 211, 321, 324, 331, 574, 842, 1641, 1660, 1875; accounts as such, 1064, 1076, 1105; house at Tangier, 662; Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 532, 1132, 1344, 1610, 1794, 1797, 2137.

-, Jane, wife of Robert, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 593.

-, -, daughter of Robert, 593.

-, John, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Joseph, tidesman, Liverpool, 1045, and see Sheres, Mr.

-, Richard, Nonconformist, 1108.

-, Robert, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 593.

-, William, son of Robert, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 458, 593.

Sherenden ("Shersden," co. Kent), 884.

Sheres (Sheeres, Shears, Sheirs, Shieres and see Shere), Sir George, of Slyfield, baronet fee, 726, 735.

-, Mr. [? Joseph Shere], Customs officer, Isle of Man, 1933.

-, Richard, Recusant or Noncon formist, Exeter, 1058.

-, Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Susanna, wife of Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Shergold, Abraham, tidesman, Hull, 859.

Sheridan, Thomas, Revenue Commissioner, Ireland, 1208, 1218, 1288, 1520, 1689; pension, Ireland, 1747.

Sheriff, Mr., fringemaker, Durham Yard, London, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

-, Nathaniel, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Sheriff Hutton (co. Yorks), 867.

Sheriffs of counties, 1039, see each county separately.
-, accounts and irregularities in, 151, 311, 499, 500, 503, 645, 900, 9901, 1211, 1413, 1697; records of surpluses, 288, 808, 819, 1004, 1447, 1461; sheriffs arrested for irregularities in their accounts, 541.
-, Recusants' process and refunding of Recusants' fines see Recusants; accounts of Recusants' moneys, 2145, 218, 255; allowance of 12d. per on Recusants' fines, 255, 264, 477, 795, 988.
-, seizing clippers' tools, &c. 1216.

Sheriffs Court (Minister, Kent), 886.

Sheringham (co. Norfolk), 886.

Sherley see Shirley.

Sherlock, William, Master of the Temple, 399, 1188, 1257, 1641, 1715, 2012, 2017.

Sherman, Charles, coastwaiter, London, 200; collector, Faversham, 2065.

-, George, lands, Elton, 1922.

Sherrard see Sherard.

Sherrow, John, senr. and junr., debt to, Tangier, 842.

-, Mrs., widow, debt to, Tangier, 843.

Sherry, William, rebel in the West, 422.

Sherwood, Mary, of Abingdon, widow, loyal Recusant, 637.

Sherwood Forest (co. Notts), commission for survey of, 9367, 938.
-, felling timber in, and survey of, 222, 906, 907, 915, 940, 1178, 1252, 1273, 1277, 1580, 1649, 1849, 1873, 1925.
-, Lord Warden of, see Visct. Latimer.
-, steward of Courts in, see Millington, J.

Shesheragh Garyboy (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Shesheraghkeale (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Shevry ("Shevery" or "Sheanrea," Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Shewell, Major, Patuxent river, Maryland, 910.

-, Thomas, misdemeanour, 1407.

Shewin, Mr., Recusant [London], 580.

Shicarre see Zither.

Shickle, Edward, labourer employed in tin farthings at the Mint, 1623.

Shields (co. Northumberland), 657, 859, 1290, 1518, 1838, 2044.

Shier, Shiers see Shere, Sheres.

Shifford see Shepherd, John.

Shillelogher barony (co. Kilkenny), 562, 563, 564, 565, 567.

Shillinford, John, Poll arrear, 1390.

Shillings and half shillings in the Mint, indenture, 822, and see Mint.

Shinler, John, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

-, William, rebel in the West, 424.

Shinte see Shute.

Shinton, Alexander, lease of ferries, Ireland, 1954.

Shipley (co. Durham), 206.

Shippon (co. Berks), manor, 22, 57, 1379, 1719, 1851; lands called Northcot Race, 1851.

Shippons (co. Yorks), 1331, 1411, 1456.

Ships, building of, 268, and see Navy (building).
-, Act for encouraging, 2105.
-, Bill to prevent frauds in bargains and sales of, 1153.
-, embargo see Embargo.
-, English or foreign, duties on goods imported in, 396, and see, Navigation Act; Customs (aliens).
-, French duty on see French (duty).
-, naturalization of see Naturalization.
-, passes see Passes.
-, prosecutions see Admiralty.
-, Register of, 857.
-, sale of old ships see Navy (sale).
-, seizures see Navigation Act (seizures).
-, shortage of shipping as causing increase of naturalizations, 447.
-, names of:
-, Abercorne, 910.
-, Adam and Eve, 405, 1056; pink, 581.
-, Adventure, 1950, 2148; of Whitehaven, 99, 1171; ketch, 1171.
-, Alexander, 244; of Inverness, 106, 212.
-, America, 722.
-, Amity, 52, 676, 683; Algerine prize, 176, 508.
-, Andaluzia, 1625, 1726.
-, Angel, 269; ketch, 470.
-, Anne yacht, 722, 1899; frigate, 1776, 1846.
-, Anne frigate, 1437.
-, Anne and Christopher fireship, 722.
-, Antego Merchant, 5; Anlego, 1816.
-, Aron, 770.
-, Assistance, 873, 1426, 1460, 2059.
-, Attendant, 1780.
-, Barnardiston, 950.
-, Betty, 1141.
-, Betty of Bristol, 2049.
-, Black Lyon, 1388, 1435.
-, Blessing, 865; of Leven, 254.
-, Bonadventure, 990, 996, 1307, 1478.
-, Boneta sloop, 847, 1415.
-, Bordeaux, 676, 683.
-, Brazeel Frigate, 917.
-, Bridges of London, 689.
-, Bridgetown, 1587.
-, Bristol, 351, 409, 1225, 1229, 1247, 2026, 2039.
-, Carolina Rainbow, 25, 26.
-, Carpenter's Adventure, 448.
-, Castle, 426; fireship, 722.
-, Castle of Parmerint, 68, 75, 88.
-, Catherine see Ships (Katherine).
-, Centurion, 4, 294, 299, 304, 306.
-, Charles galley, 283, 1900, 1920.
-, of London, 1501, 1525, 1920.
-, Charlotte yacht, 193, 207, 403, 470, 621, 766, 768, 928, 1145, 1161.
-, Chesnut pink, 819.
-, Church, 87.
-, Civil Merchant, 850.
-, Cleveland yacht, 279.
-, Coast Frigott, 25, 26.
-, Coaster, 189, 221.
-, Concord, 189, 308, 1373, 1388, 14356.
-, Constant Katherine, 1480.
-, Constant Love, 912, 20267.
-, Constant Warwick, 2015.
-, Coronation, 1031.
-, Crow, 1823.
-, Crown, 240, 2039; frigate, 853, 1719.
-, Dartmouth, 192, 194, 224, 275, 319, 351, 544, 1014, 1049, 1082, 1083, 1341, 1530, 1544, 1596, 1614.
-, David, 2061; prize, 722.
-, Deale yacht, 722.
-, Delight of London, 1780, 2081.
-, Deptford ketch, 351, 1045, 1861, 1942.
-, Diamond, 403, 410, 697, 1994.
-, Dogger prize, 722.
-, Dolphin, 1083.
-, Dorothy, 621; of Bremen, 2147.
-, Dove, 118, 438.
-, Dover, 1730.
-, Dragon, 1425, 1468, 1920.
-, Drake, 1558, 2059.
-, Duke of York, 487.
-, Dunbarton, 311, 1450, 1576, 1678, 1843.
-, Eliza of London, 1830, see Elizabeth.
-, Elizabeth, 1047, 1329, 1543, 1632, 1866, 1868, 1869, 1889, 1890, 2172, 2174.
-, of Borrowstounness, 254.
-, pink of Dublin, 1883.
-, from New England, 39.
-, of Bordeaux, 981, 1033, 1070, 1394.
-, Elizabeth and Katherine, 1628.
-, Ellen of London, 690.
-, of Borrowstounness, 254.
-, Endeavour, 693.
-, England, of London (formerly Holandia), 1261, 1286.
-, Europa, 349.
-, Expectation, 694.
-, Faulcon, 33, 991, 2039.
-, Foresight, 20423.
-, Fortune, 1092, 1658, 1812.
-, Francis, 612, 1729; ketch, 832; of Exeter, 1647.
-, Freeman, 317, 512.
-, Friends' Adventure, 1059, 1846.
-, Friendship, 242, 338, 918, 1000, 1171.
-, Frontin, 1638.
-, Fubbs yacht, 271, 476, 532, 605, 764, 893, 943, 954, 1065, 1076, 1229, 1274, 1286, 2019.
-, Garland, 283, 2061.
-, George, 2135.
-, George of Belfast, 2086.
-, of London, 2135, 2147.
-, George Merchant of London, 1558.
-, Gloucester, 195; frigate, 1398, 1790, 1958.
-, Golden Rose, 541, 1060.
-, Gorcum, 87.
-, Greyhound, 904.
-, Guernsey, 283.
-, Guift, 376.
-, Hamburgh, 175.
-, Hampshire, 1366, 1929.
-, Hannah and Elizabeth, 314, 443.
-, Happy Return, 21, 409, 1247, 1598.
-, Hawke, 1668, 1787, 1843.
-, Helderemberg, 2157.
-, Hellon, 1557.
-, Henrietta yacht, 35, 240, 283, 368, 445, 490, 539, 819, 937, 2019, 2081.
-, Henry and William, 1171.
-, Herbert, 1829.
-, Holandia (or England), 1190, 1261, 1286.
-, Holdenburgh, 836.
-, Hope, 405, 704, 916, 1377.
-, of Amsterdam, 118, 135.
-, of Fraserburgh, 254.
-, of Rotterdam, 294.
-, of Royan, 712.
-, Hopeful Merchant of Leith, 254.
-, Hopewell, 959, 1056, 2174.
-, Hound sloop, 722.
-, Hugboat see Ships (Katherine in the Boat).
-, Humble Servant, 1794.
-, Hunter, 1377.
-, Isaac and Margaret, 1242.
-, Isabella yacht, 476, 753, 1145, 1161.
-, James, 1171; galley, 1010, 1975.
-, of Calais, 1517, 1578.
-, James Merchant, 1529.
-, James and Mary, 1399, 1407, 1408, 1426, 1467, 1468, 17045, 2062, 2064, 2065, 2068.
-, Jane, 1171.
-, Jean Pavon, 4.
-, Jefferys, 2112, 2119.
-, Joanna, 1711.
-, John of Barbados, 1171.
-, of Leith, 1871.
-, of Rochester, 218.
-, John and Alexander fireship, 722.
-, John and Catherine, 226, 1070, 1180, 1998.
-, John and Mary, 900, 978.
-, John and Samuel pink, 713.
-, Joseph, 273, 1101.
-, Judith, 1045; of Royan, 712.
-, Junie Marie, 779.
-, Justice, 1658, 1812.
-, Katherine yacht, 89, 139, 344, 377, 425, 539, 738, 1221, 1549, 1789, 1901, 1927, 1942, 2019.
-, sloop, 255.
-, Katherine in the Boat, alias Hugboat, 183, 209.
-, Kempthorne, 1417.
-, King David, 336, 355, 712, 799.
-, Kingfisher, 166, 409, 476, 1585.
-, Kitchen yacht, 445, 678, 748, 749, 1145, 1161, 2166.
-, La Baleine, 1365.
-, Lamb, 1843; of Amsterdam, 1700.
-, Lancaster, 86.
-, Lark, 904.
-, Laurel, 25, 26.
-, Le Kivit, 1159.
-, Leopard, 668.
-, Leopoldus Primus, 513-4.
-, Lidia, 170.
-, London Merchant, 354.
-, Lovingland, 663.
-, Loyal Joseph, 2059.
-, L'Trompeuse see Ships (Trompeuse).
-, Lumley Castle, 1541.
-, Lyon of Amsterdam, 951.
-, Magazine Ship, 738.
-, Malaga Merchant, 97.
-, Maldon, Customs smack, Plymouth, 354.
-, Margaret, 1345, 1450.
-, Maria Rose, 1342, see Ships (Mary Rose).
-, Mariners' Adventure, 1628.
-, Mary, 86, 189, 203, 221, 225, 226, 336, 355, 2059, 2102.
-, yacht, 81, 100, 114, 193, 207, 377, 602, 684, 1145, 1161, 1413.
-, of London, 210.
-, of Southampton, 212, 1009.
-, of Tremblade, 712.
-, Mary Rose, 222, 283, 948, 962, 1484, 1587, 2171.
-, Mary and Margaret, 1236, 1740.
-, Mary and Susan, 1521.
-, Massingbird, 25, 26.
-, May Flower of Belfast, 521.
-, Mediterranean, 797.
-, Merchant Adventure, 1027.
-, Merchant's Goodwill, 499.
-, Mermaid, 1558; yacht, 115, 409, 780, 1920, 2098.
-, Michill, 855.
-, Moncke, 175.
-, Monmouth yacht, 115, 409, 1718.
-, Montagu, 240, 283, 299, 311.
-, Mordaunt, 311.
-, Moses of Royan, 712.
-, Navy yacht, 1274, 1286, 1736, 1833.
-, New African, 663, 671, 687.
-, New Assistance, 2108.
-, New Rose (Algiers man of war), 308.
-, New Year, 795.
-, Newcastle, 1596.
-, Observator, 1578.
-, Owner's Adventure, 544.
-, Oxford, 547, 681, 1247, 1585.
-, Palermitano, 1342.
-, Pallace of London, 2081.
-, Peacock, 1543.
-, Pearl, 715, 719, 720, 724, 954, 1849, 2062.
-, Peter, 218.
-, Phnix, 269, 828, 1240, 1506.
-, of Accomac, 1431.
-, Pincke prize, 722.
-, Port Royal Merchant, 1177.
-, Portsmouth yacht, 1331.
-, Prince William, 707.
-, Prosperous, 2174.
-, Prosperous Fortune, 766, 797.
-, Providence, 230, 581, 855, 1316, 2174; fireship, 722; flyboat, 2105, 2111; ketch, 1841.
-, Prudence, 2173.
-, Quaker ketch, 182, 487, 1045, 1483, 1587, 1600.
-, Rachel of Queensferry, 254.
-, Raven, 2171.
-, Rebecca, 316, 1447, 1543, 2174.
-, Recovery, of Galway, 2069, 2086.
-, of Southampton, 212, 1009.
-, Reserve, 283, 996, 1478.
-, Resolution, 170.
-, Return, 1708, 1729.
-, Revenge, 20267, 2035, 2056, 2062, 2064.
-, Richard, 1558.
-, Richard and John, 2084.
-, Richard and Sarah, 1868, 1869, 188990.
-, Richmond, 1776.
-, Rose sloop, 847, 1100.
-, Royal Charles, 1073, 1107.
-, Royal Katherine, 661.
-, Royal Prince, 346.
-, Ruby, 2099; sloop, 847, 1100.
-, Rupert, 240, 283.
-, Saint Adrien, 428.
-, Saint George of Hamburg, 1402.
-, Saint John, 1794.
-, Saint Peter of Bruges, 1289.
-, Saint Thomas, 748, 2112, 2119.
-, Sampson, 1700.
-, Samuel and Henry, 663.
-, Saphire, 1920.
-, Sara and Anne, 991.
-, Sarah fireship, 722.
-, Schedan flyboat, 1008.
-, Sedgmoor, 1920, 2157.
-, Slothancy hulk, 722.
-, Smith, 1658, 1812.
-, Society of Bristol, 1891.
-, Sophia, 311, 354, 810; yacht, 892.
-, Soudades (Saudades) yacht, 476, 640, 1366, 1406, 1929, 2039.
-, Southampton, 918, 1000.
-, Spanish Merchant, 222; fireship, 722.
-, Speedwell, 174, 1709, 1890.
-, Susanna, 777, 857.
-, Swallow, 897, 956, 995, 1036.
-, Swan frigate, 283, 1379, 1554, 1709, 1942.
-, Thomas, 1587, 1600.
-, Thomas and Frances, 2166.
-, Thomas and Francis, 953.
-, Thomas and Katherine fireship, 722.
-, Thomas and Samuel, 1484.
-, Thomas and William, 1073.
-, Three Brothers, 580, 675.
-, Tiger (Tyger), 5, 294, 299, 304, 306, 797, 1974, 2064.
-, prize, 709.
-, Tredegar, 789.
-, Trompeuse, L', 39, 52.
-, Truelove, 1913.
-, Tryumph, 1783.
-, Two Brothers of St. Martin, France, 712.
-, Unicorn, 1741.
-, Unity of London, 296, 368.
-, Venice, 428.
-, Vine, 671.
-, Violet of Yarmouth, 706.
-, Virgin, 322.
-, Walwich see Ships (Woolwich).
-, Welcome (Welcomes), 539, 581, 586.
-, Whale, 1365.
-, White Dove, 984.
-, Will, 572.
-, William, 198, 267, 299, 3156, 1830, 1880.
-, of Leith, 254.
-, of London, 130.
-, William John, 1916.
-, William Merchant, 991.
-, William and Elizabeth, 2174.
-, William and Mary, 1101.
-, William and Robert, 948, 962.
-, William and Sarah, 319, 1538.
-, Woodworth, 1097.
-, Woolwich (Walwich) sloop, 295, 299, 722, 1294.
-, Young Mary, 809, 850.
-, Young Tobias, 5134; of Hamburg, 1593.

Shipston-on-Stour (co. Warwick [Worcester]), 1332.

Shipton, Ann, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Anne, daughter of Thomas. Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Henry, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, John, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, son of Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Richard, warehouse keeper, Topsham, 1827.

-, Thomas, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, of Rowington, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Winifred, wife of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

Shirborne see Sherborn.

Shirley (Sherley, Shurley), Sir Anthony, of Preston, Sussex, baronet fee, 637, 641.

-, Mr., messenger, Brentford, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673, 1674.

-, Sir Richard, of Preston, Sussex, baronet fee, 637, 641.

-, Robert, 13th Lord Ferrers, 1132.

-, Thomas, tenant, Kennington, manor, 696.

Shoarbegg (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Shoare see Shore.

Shoarekear (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Shoell (and see Shovell), Capt., Customs frauds composition, 1158.

Sholbrook Walk see. Whittlewood Forest.

Shorber (? Shoebury, Essex), 1677.

Shore (Shoare, Shoure), Ellen, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

-, Mathias, Serjeant of all the King's trumpets, 1614.

-, Phineas, waiter, Abbotsbury, Weymouth port, 1927.

Shoreditch, Richard, Serjeant at Arms, 137, 594, 1078, 1197, 1302, 1410, 1579, 1795, 1937, 1940, 2011, 2103, 2104.

Shoreham manor (Otford, Kent), 1630.

-, (co. Sussex), 64, 349, 729, 730, 1278, 1316, 1841.

Shorland, Peter, rebel in the West, 418.

Shorne (co. Kent), 884, 1677.

Short, Bryan, of Nottingham, postmaster, 1677.

-, John, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 886, 887.

-, William, tidesman, Newcastle, 1193.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 886, 887.

Shorthampton Lodge see Wychwood Forest.

Shorter, Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 1879; contract for New England masts, 795, 1268, 1418.

Short's Marsh (Steeple, Essex), 2090.

Shotover Forest (co. Oxford), 1400; farm rent of, 1255.

Shott, Geo., Navy stores, 1407.

Shottesham (co. Norfolk), 840, 851, 1069, 1072, 1398.

Shoulder of Mutton, inn, Bermondsey, 880.

Shoure see Shore.

Shovell (Showell and see Shoel), Capt. [Cloudesley], Navy debt to, 1329, 1372, 1412.

Showers, Richard, Deputy Vice Admiral, 471.

Shrag (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Shredd, William and his wife, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1123.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot, C.

-, (co. Salop), 215, 389, 1180, 1393, 1476, 1498, 1676, 1890.

Shrimpshire, Samuel, lands, Ireland, 565.

Shrinton, Capt. Henry, lands, Ireland, 556.

Shrogdonnogh (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Shropshire see Salop.

Shrubb, Thomas, Excise Office surveyor at the Custom House for imported liquors, 132, 1458.

Shrugadore (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Shulbrook Walk see Whittlewood Forest.

Shurley see Shirley.

Shurland (co. Kent), 887.

Shute, Samuel (Simon), sheriff of London, 1326, 1964.

Shute ("Shinte" or Shuite, co. Devon), 2003, 2005.

Shutford (co. Kent), 887.

Shutterne (Taunton Dean, co. Somerset), 884.

Shyan see Sheen.

Siam, goods imported from, 14, 923, 1829.

Sibley, John, lease, Tiverton, 1002, 1313, 1323, 1465, 1543.

Sick and Wounded in the Dutch War, accounts, 52, 391, 660, 715, 1015, 1094, 1394, 1488, 1656, 1818, 1884, 1975, 1986, 2124, 2165.
-, clerk to the Commissioners see Cooper, R.
-, Commissioners for, 52, 1015.
-, deputies to the Commissioners, 52.
-, issues for (and see Peirse, James), 115, 274, 363, 1924, 2161.
-, quarters, 1015, 1042, 1394, 1924; in ports, 52.

-, -, in the rebellion in the West, 532, 1459, see Rebellion.

Sidbury (co. Salop), 1312.

Sidderfen (Syderfen), Mris., abduction of, 766.

-, Robert, quo warranto against, 1453, 1766.

-, -, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Siddington manor (co. Cheshire), 1607.

Sidenham see Sydenham.

Sidlesham (Chichester port), 765, 1518, 2008.

Sidmouth (co. Devon), 475, 2005.

Sidney (Sydney), Algernoon, forfeited estate, 1157, 1171.

-, Col. Henry, Gentleman and Master of the Robes, 38, 271, 644, 713, 1572, 1599, 1638, 1650, 1776; his brother's estate, 1157, 1171.

-, Robert, 13th Earl of Leicester, 1157, 1171, 2058.

-, Thomas, coastwaiter's place, London port, 804.

Sierra ("Shere," Guinea coast), 1668.

Sigerable, George, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

Signet Office, 508, 1649; books of, 1822.

Signolo, Girolamo, Venetian Resident, see Vignola.

Sileby (co. Leicester), vicarage, 2075.

Silian (co. Cardigan), 1832.

Silk, imports, 928, 1386; Slieves silk, 954; duty on, 1718, 2160; Alamodes, 1733, and see Alamodes; wrought silk, frauds in, 383.

-, French wrought silk, 2176.

-, weavers' petition, 230, 232; bill in the House of Commons for them, relating to imports, 230.

Sill, Mr., estate, Rutland, 1656.

Siller, William, junr., rebel in the West, 417, 425.

Silly, William, outlaw, Cornwall, custodiam of his lands, 1612.

Silver, Ann, necessary woman of the Bedchamber to Charles II, 1197.

-, Owen, lands, Ireland, 558.

-, Thomas, gunner, Tangier, 1377, 1458; fire at the Victualling Office, 1719.

Silver coins in the Mint, indenture terms of, 822, 825; coining of see Mint (coining).
-, galloon, 1386.
-, lace, 954, 960.
-, mines see Mines (royal).
-, ore in Durham, 1298.
-, soleil see Soleil.
-, tassels, fringe, seamings etc., 940.
-, thread, 2000.
-, trial pieces and plate, 822, and see Mint (Trial pieces).

Silvermines (co. Limerick), 1954.

Silvester (Sylvester), Eliz., widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, John, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, -, waterman, London, 2108.

-, -, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 308; Poll arrear, 1043.

Silvius (Sylvius), Sir Gabriel, Envoy Extraordinary to Denmark, 42, 51, 115, 489, 848, 853, 893, 899, 1092, 1094, 1218, 1222, 1395, 1409, 1482, 14957, 1561, 1564, 1824, 1898, 1903, 19078, 1951, 1957; taking leave, 466; Poll arrear, 1277.

Simball see Symball.

Simerson, Leonard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks etc., 1982.

Simes see Symes.

Simkins see Simpkins.

Simms (Symms), Charles, commander of the Custom House sloop, Dover, 2008.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 421.

-, Rich., rebel in the West, 422.

Simon, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Simonds (Symonds, Symmons, Simons, and see FitzSymonds), Alexander, boatman, Fowey, 2009.

-, Benjamin, engraving the privy seal, 922.

-, Capt., Crown Law payment, 1068.

-, Hester, wife of John, lands, Somerset, 1967.

-, John, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 884.

-, -, lands, Locking, Somerset, 1967.

-, -, waiter, Wareham port, 1928.

-, Martin, shipmaster, 118, 135.

-, Mary, lands, Locking, Somerset, 1967.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Michael, surveyor in the Excise Office, 1458.

-, Richard, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Lynn, 2009; tidesman, Barnstaple, 2108.

-, Capt., petition, Ireland, 1942.

-, William, tenant, Windsor, 1703.

Simonds Hill see Delamere Forest.

Simpkins (Simkins), Jose, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Mary, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, Thomas, kidnapped to Virginia, 671, 766.

Simpson (Simson, Sympson), George, keeper of red deer in Teesdale Forest, 23, 1934, 206, 1656.

-, -, Poll arrear, Royal Household, 1390.

-, -, stationer, 20967.

-, Humphry, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

-, John, tidesman, Bristol, 1792.

-, Mathew, vintner, 403.

-, Richard, mariner, 2065.

-, -, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

-, Robert, debt to, in the Great Wardrobe, 65, 5278.

-, -, boatman, Bridlington, 341, 859, 959, 984.

-, William, of St. Martins in the Fields, Recusants' recognizance, 1022.

Simter see Smiter.

Sinderfad see Windsor Forest.

Sing see Syng.

Sing [? Lyng] (co. Somerset), 1090, 1091.

Singer, William, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

Singleton, John, one of the King's musicians, 130; Poll arrear, 1390.

-, -, clerk to the Commissioners for the arrears of the Queen Mother, 1723, 1725.

-, Luke, tidesman's place, London, 1241.

-, Thomas, waiter, Neston, 136.

-, William, tidesman's place, London, 511.

Sinkerston, Edward, postmaster, Potherb, 1676.

Sinklare, James, transported, 1801.

-, John, transported, 1801.
-, tobacco from Virginia, 2086.

Sisson, George, stones of Penrith Castle, 34.

Sisters' or Nuns' thread see Lace.

Sittingbourne (co. Kent), 887, 923.

Siveret, Philip, his ship condemned in New England, 1711.

Sivier, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Six clerks in Chancery see Chancery.

Sixpences, Mint indenture terms of, 822; coining of see Mint (coining).

Sizer, Roger, and his father, stationery wares for the Forces, 1350, 1472.

Skeeles (Clanwilliam and Middlethird baronies, co. Tipperary), 553.

Skeerin, Abraham, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, John, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

Skeffington, John, 2nd Visct. Massereene, lands, Ireland, 560, 565, 1520.

Skeffing (co. Yorks), 1977.

Skelmersdale (co. Lancs), 1022.

Skelton, Bevill, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Brunswick, 26, 43, 44; ditto to the Princes of Germany and the Hanse Towns, 63, 89, 6179; ditto to the States General, 42, 44, 52, 250, 251, 254, 299, 335, 337, 344, 368, 602, 607, 61921, 621, 628, 629, 641, 906, 9467, 9867, 9878, 1012, 1490; Envoy to France, 949, 975, 101011, 1395, 1409, 1482, 1491, 1561, 1564, 1823, 1824, 1898, 1904, 1951, 1956, 20712, 2080, 2101, 2107, 2110, 2114, 21156, 2123, 2126; payments to, for Forces from Holland, 1132; payment to, for the Scotch Regiment, 224; a Groom of the Bedchamber, 254; his wife see Skelton, Simona; Poll arrear, 1276.

-, Henry, see Shelton.

-, Simona, wife of Bevill, going to Holland to the Princess of Orange, 717.

Skerry, Richard, soldier against the Western rebels, 288.

Skiff, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Skilgate (co. Somerset), 1777.

Skingley, George, his marsh, co. Essex, 2092.

Skinner (Skynner), Barnaby, seditious words, Bristol, 985.

-, Benjamin, King's waiter, London, 233, 252, 294, 337, 413, 414, 817, 909, 936, 1176, 1321, 1417, 1500.

-, Daniel, surveyor's place, London port, 1299.

-, Fra., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Gabriel, and his wife, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Henry, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 879.

-, John, of Honiton, cordwainer, rebel in the West, 424, 2003.

-, -, petition for rebels' estate, 436, 1066; petition for landwaiter's place, 1986.
-, of Shelfield, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Lionel, tidesman, London, 1330.

-, Margaret, discovery, Dr. Tong's papers, 1487.

-, Mary, petition, 1400; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177, 2180.

-, Mris., see Boland.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, junr., 1327.

-, -, senr., of Hull, merchant, loan, 1327.

Skinners' Company (London), 1622, 1685, 1716.

-, -, Hall, used for tin farthings affair, 1622, 1697, 1981.

-, -, of Chester, 1776.

Skins and lambskins see Hides.

Skipsea (co. Yorks), 1977.

Skipwith, John, tidesman, Minehead, 14.

Skreen barony (co. Meath), 5678.

Skynner see Skinner.

Slack, Edmund, see Stack, Edward.

Slade, Henry, lands, Ireland, 567.

-, Hum[phrey], rebel in the West, 418.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mr., messenger to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 415.

Slade Pond see New Park.

Slainstoun ("Slenestown") (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Slane barony (co. Meath), 569, 570.

Slaney, river, Ireland, 1954.

Slanning, Sir Nicholas, cupbearer to the Queen Dowager, 404; [Vice Warden of the Stannaries], 1027; enquiring of rebels in Somerset, 546.

Slape, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Slater (Sclater), Capt., bringing letter from B. Skelton from Holland, 254, 947, 987.

-, Daniel, Customs officer, Christchurch, Southants, 136, 1507.

-, Mr., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Slaugham (co. Sussex), 767.

Slaughter, Mr., undersheriff of Gloucester, 744.

Slaughter see Nether Slaughter.

Slaughterhouse see Royal Household.

Slaves, English, in the hands of the Moors see Redemption; Algiers.
-, King's slaves see Bermudas.
-, trade (see Negroes), 1368; trade with Africa, 978.

Slawston (co. Leicester), vicarage, 2075.

Sleeman, Richard, loans into the Exchequer, 781, 890, 1100, 1269.

Sleeper, Ann, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Slievardagh barony ("Slievardagh and Compsey," co. Tipperary), 549, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 557, 558, 559, 561.

Slingsby, Charles, lieutenant, 28.

-, Henry, Master Worker of the Mint, and suspension of, for not accounting, 37, 49, 610, 700, 716, 728, 736, 750, 759, 7767, 821, 851, 971, 976, 1046, 1077, 1105, 1250, 1258, 1431, 1593, 1760, 1837, 1996; accounts as such, 49-50, 101; Secretary and member of the Council for Foreign Plantations, 37, 49, 1250, 1760; Plantations account, 750, 1250, 1258; Dunkirk money account, 49, 1250, 1787.
-, Groom of the Bedchamber, 222, 257, 261, 264, 370, 529, 704, 8123, 950, 1181, 1343 4, 1462, 1542, 1739, 1869, 2011, 210910; lease of Boldrode Lodge, New Forest, 873, 2119; making bricks in New Forest, 404, 579, 626; Commissioner for perambulating South Bere Forest, 1632; grant of coal mines, Yorkshire, 1261.

-, Major Henry, Lieutenant Governor of Portsmouth garrison, 1653.

-, Mallet, loyalist indigent pensioner, 2051.

-, Sir Thomas, Regiment, 491; constable and keeper of Scarborough Castle, 1533, 1562.

-, Victoria, loyalist indigent pensioner, 2051.

Slocome, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks, 1983.

Sloper, Tho., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Slopford see Stopford, James.

Slowe, Jeremy, watchman, London port, 1154.

Sluys (Holland) cloth, 1070.

Slye, Robert, rebel in the West, 422.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Slyfield House (Great Bookham, Surrey), 726, 735.

Smaceday, Richard, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

Smachall, Tho., and wife, Quakers, co. Sussex, 630.

Smailes, Mr., prisoner, Bermudas, 2169.

Smalbridge, John, rebel in the West, 417.

Small, Henry, clerk of the nichils in the Exchequer Court, 496, 614, 1216, 1598, 1610.

-, Richard, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

-, William, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

Smallbones, John, tenant of marsh, Essex, 2089.

Smallpeace, Mr., victualler, Clapham, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1676.

Smallwell, John, joiner, Chelsea Hospital, 1847.

Smalts, barilia, saffers and potashes, farm of, 63, 482, 496, 894, 1036; farmer of see Kinnoul, Earl of.

Smart, Elizabeth, lands, Ireland, 566.

-, Gabriel, rebel in the West, 421.

-, John, doorkeeper to the House of Lords, 491.

-, -, watchman, London port, 622.

-, Joseph, sheriff, Essex, 1184.

-, Rebecca, lands, Ireland, 566.

-, Sarah, lands, Ireland, 566.

-, Thomas, of Marston Begott, rebel in the West, 2005.

Smart money (bounty for the smart of wounds) see Army, Navy.

Smartfoot, Francis, Hispaniola wreck fishing, 1632, 1866.

Smeaton, John, tidesman, London, 976.

Smeet, Henry, searcher of Cork, 508.

-, Stephen, searcher of Cork, 508.

Smeeton (? co. Suffolk), 1805.

Smelt, Lieut. Mathew, debt to inhabitants, Tangier, 575.

Smethcoll (co. Salop), manor, 1129.

Sminney (Sminey), John, junr., rebel in the West, 420.

-, Joseph, rebel in the West, 420.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 420.

Smiter (Simter or Sunter), Leonard, concealed lands, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

-, Richard, concealed lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Smith (Smyth, Smythe), Aaron, see Smith, Mr.

-, Abraham, William Salt's bond, co. Warwick, 578.

-, Adam, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125; daughter of George, 1126.

-, -, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, -, relict of Henry, 1601.

-, -, senr. and junr., wife and daughter of Thomas, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Anthony, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Bridget, wife of Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Christopher, lease of concealed lands, Berks, 10767, 1098.

-, Dorothy, tenant of marsh land, Essex, 2091.

-, Davis, plumber, Windsor, 1724.

-, Edward, tenant, Kennington manor, 696.

-, -, of Oxford city, Recusant, 455.

-, -, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Elizabeth, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, wife of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, -, daughter of Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Emanuel, discovery of lands, 1974.

-, Erasmus, lands, Ireland, 549.

-, Frances, rebel in the West, 416, 420.

-, Francis, lands, Ireland, 556; Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710.

-, -, Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending the Lord President of Wales, 1837.

-, -, 2nd Visct. Carrington, Furness monastery rents, 174, 989, 1290, 1362; houses in Queen Street, 10534, 1204; Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, private sentinel, Tangier, 901, 910.

-, -, Serjeant at Arms, 137, 178, 1078, 1216, 1410, 1579, 1795, 1937, 1940, 2011, 2103, 2104.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick, 1982.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415, 418, 424.

-, Grace, daughter of Martha, 1317.

-, Henry, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, -, beltmaker to the Army, 1601.

-, -, New Forest grant, 758.

-, -, ship's carpenter, Tangier, 843, 1641.

-, -, tenement, Abingdon, 1317.

-, Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, James, of Frome, clothier, rebel in the West, 420, 422, 425, 2004.

-, -, Nell Gwyn's diet at Windsor, 1723.

-, -, Customer, Chichester port, 1809, 1890, 1920, 2034, 2102.

-, -, of Hull, merchant, comptrollership of Boston port, 1333, 1342.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Sir James, Lord Mayor of London, 120, 391; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

-, Jeremiah, bailiff of Battles Walk, Windsor Forest, 654.

-, Joan, lease of discovery, Abingdon, 885, 1317.

-, John, musician to Charles II, 1626.

-, -, deputy to Lucas Santen, New York, 1628.

-, -, boatman, London, 1721; ditto, Rye, 2108; ditto, Dover, 1193.

-, -, Excise Office clerk for country books, 132, 1458.

-, -, fee farms, co. Surrey, 1239.

-, -, of Warwick, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick etc., 1982; ditto, co. Northants etc., 1805 bis.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418, 419, 420, 424.

-, -, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, -, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, -, Quaker, co. Cambridge, 633.

-, -, Quaker, co. Worcester, 634.

-, -, brazier to Chelsea Hospital, 1848.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Joseph, of Chard, miller, rebel in the West, 421, 2005.

-, -, tidesman, Exeter, 1928, 2129, 2142.

-, Magdalene, relative of Col. Paul, indigent loyalist officer, 1992, 2051.

-, Margaret, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Martha, wife of Henry, tenement, Abingdon, 1317.

-, Mary, Tangier debt to, 792, 843.

-, -, pension, Ireland, 1324, 1746.

-, Mathew, petition for Customs place, 2139.

-, Mr., sutler, Tangier, debt in inhabitants, 846.

-, -, chandler, Rider Street, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1674.

-, -, [probably Aaron], payments to, for Crown Law matters, 459, 1068, 2016.

-, -, pad groom in the Royal Stables, 1120.

-, -, Nicholas, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, curate of Cawkwell, 1775.

-, Patrick, collectorship of Drogheda, 1324.

-, Col. Paul, indigent loyalist officer, 1992.

-, Penelope, executor to Capt. Southcote, 525.

-, Phi., rebel in the West, 423.

-, Ralph, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Richard, tenant, Bray, 1359.

-, -, clerk of entries to the wood farm, London port, 102, 590, 797; examiner of outport books, London port, 686, 1556; clerk of ships' entries, London port, 1952, 2156.

-, -, boatman, Cowes, 595, 1278; ditto, St. Helens, 1555.

-, -, disloyal alderman, Norwich, 707.

-, -, clerk of the cheque to the Yeomen of the Guard, 1182, 1431.

-, -, son of Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, -, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

-, -, Quaker, co. Worcester, 634.

-, -, Robert, Major, Governor of Virginia, 389, 402; royal bounty to, for loss by tobacco plant cutters, 546.

-, -, vintner, 403.

-, -, co. Somerset, expenditure for Charles II's service, 1414, 1451.

-, -, Mayor of Wells, 661, 1111.

-, -, watchman, Bristol, 2009.
-, petition for Customs place, 1736.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, -, alias Crisold, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Roger, of Frowlesworth, lands, Westminster, 1858.

-, Rooke, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Samuel, shipowner, 515.

-, -, freeholder, Swineshead, Lincoln, 13201, 1455, 1567.

-, Simon, Receiver, General of Crown Revenues, co. Southants, 219, 430; Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, cos. Wilts and Southants, 1098; surety of Sir W. Doyly, 962, 1177, 1546.

-, -, tidesman, Lynn, 426; boatman, ibid., 2044.

-, Thomas, of Chard, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2005.

-, -, of Chardstock, husbandman, rebel in the West, 2005.

-, -, shopkeeper, Barbados, 61.

-, -, boatman, Sunderland, 1476, 1556.

-, -, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.
-, private sentinel, Tangier, 901, 910.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, -, shipmaster, 2069.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, brother to Richard, 1182.

-, -, postmaster of Bedford and Wellingborough, 1183.

-, -, messenger of the Chamber, 2107.

-, -, underkeeper of East Greenwich Park, 2020.

-, -, rebel in the West, 414.

-, -, of Somerton, Recusant, 454.

-, -, son of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Walter, tenement, Over Treveria, 592.

-, William, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419, 422.

-, -, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, -, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, -, proposed for the Council, New York, 1627.
-, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

-, -, alias Gisold, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, calf skin merchant, 218.

-, -, of Bloomsbury, Furness rents, 1362.

-, -, copperas stones on the Kentish coast, 2099, 2109.

-, -, Major, Tangier, 304, 324, 385, 813.
-, Deputy Governor, Portland Castle, 789.

-, -, collector, Rochester, 859.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880, 881.

-, Sir William, orders of repayment, 1787, 18934.

Smithfield, East (London), 885.

Smithier, Richard, rebel in the West, 424.

Smiths' forges and furnaces see Hearthmoney.

-, Island (Virginia), 1576, 1678 (Atlantic).

Smithsby, James, cloth for the Great Wardrobe, 1415.

-, Mr., Mr. Kingston's horses, 1332.

Smithson (Smythson), John, loyal Recusant, co. Berks, 637.

Smithurst, John, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

Smithwick, Capt. Fran., searcher's place, London, 1434.

Smy, John, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Smyth, Smythson, see Smith, Smithson.

Snape (Snapes), John, Yeoman of the Pantry, 439, 504; dispute with Anthony Row, 839.

Snead, Robert, carpenter, London, lands, Westminster, 1858.

Snelgrave, Mris., widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Snell, Mr., of Gloucester, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696.

Snook (Snooke, Snoake), Hen., rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Tho., of Whitchurch Canons, Dorset, labourer, rebel in the West, 422, 2005.

Snow, Geo., rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, doorkeeper to the House of Lords, 491.

-, Ralph, receiver of the Archbishop of Canterbury's rents, 1735.

-, Richard, of Taunton, Somerset, 1091.

Snowdon (Wales), Chief Forester of, 325.

Snowshill (co. Gloucester), 1617.

Snudden, Edward, boatman, Brightlingsea, 901.

Snuff, 348.

Soames (Solmes), Dame Katherine, widow of Sir William, house in Pall Mall, 660, 1654, 1688, 1689, 1755, 1757, 1786, 1807, 1808.

-, Mr., case against, 1046.

-, Sir William, Ambassador to Turkey, 342, 3623, 363, 414, 983; Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 369; debt to Keble, Hearthmoney surety, 660, 1688, 1755, 1757; treaty with Algiers, 1049, 1073; baronet fee, 2.

Soanny, Cabell, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

Soap, Bologna soap, 671.

Soar river, co. Leicester, 23.

Soate, Abram, labourer, New Park, 2112.

Soar river, co. Leicester, 23.

Socage tenures see Greenwich, East manor.

Sodor and Man, Bishop of, see Levinge, B.

Soham, co. Cambridge, 1805, 1923; Horse Crofts in, 1923.

Solby (Soleby, Solebee), George, apothecary to Charles II, 658, 708.
-, Navy bill, 1788, 1791.

Sole Bay fight, tapestry hangings of, 1909.

Soleby see Solby.

Soleil, silver, seizure of a, 157, 180.

Solerdi, Girolamo, merchant of Bologna, 671.

Solicitor General, passim, see Finch, H., Powys, Sir T., Williams, Sir W.; question of sufficiency of Treasury authority for his proceedings, 323, 678; salary, 14, 273, 628, 1101, 1364, 1416, 1990, 1991; fees on leases, 370; opinions on legal cases, 373, 1525.

Solihull (co. Warwick), Recusants in, 1125.

Solley, Alice, lease, co. Hereford, 2040.

Solms see Soames.

Sologna, Giovanni, of Livorno, 1342.

-, Giuseppi, of Livorno, 1342.

Soly, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Somers see Sommers.

Somerset, Charles, Lord Herbert of Raglan, Marquess of Worcester, second son of 1st Duke of Beaufort, steward of Melenydd etc., 1832.

-, Henry, Marquess of Worcester, Duke of Beaufort, 650, 1099, 1148, 1757; Lord President of Wales, 128, 155, 312, 337, 576, 634, 748, 1310, 1854; Warden of Dean Forest, 166, 601, 1346, 1427, 1888; Constable of ditto, 1427; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 222, 262, 264, 266, 36970, 529, 703, 812, 94950, 1113, 1181, 1343, 1462, 1542, 1739, 1869, 2011; lease of Grumbalds Ash, 1788, 1828.

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour, C.

Somerset Herald see Burghill, F.; Heralds' College.

-, House, Queen Dowager's, 316, 1081, 1383, 1466, 1776; repairs, 27, 181; Chapel, images in, 1300; furniture for, 1558; Fathers at, 1913; Queen's servants at, 1776.

- County, 31, 72, 168, 252, 258, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 460, 515, 522, 545, 651, 653, 661, 751, 807, 808, 809, 852, 855, 870, 877, 884, 970, 1058, 1090, 1091, 1212, 1214, 1246, 1281, 1385, 1392, 1481, 1545, 1569, 1605, 1651, 1678, 1714, 1753, 1755, 1757, 1766, 1777, 1780, 1782, 1799, 1840, 1850, 1862, 1891, 18945, 1896, 1925, 1930, 1966, 2115.

- - Assizes, 516.

- -, decay of woollen manufacture, 1440.

- -, Excise, 238, 276.

- - gaol, prisoners in, 424.

- -, Hearthmoney, 205.

- -, Post fines, 90.

- -, Receiver of Assessments, 1160, 1225, 1413, see Tooker, J., Marden, T.

- -, Recusants' fines, Commissioners for enquiring into, 1804, 1982.

- -, sheriffs, 516, 539, 661, 819, 1120, 1414, 1451.

- -, Western rebels' estates in etc., 414, 41725, 53940, 873, 1046, 20036.

Somerton, William, rebel in the West, 420.

Somerton (co. Oxford), 454, 455.

Sommerfield, John, churchwarden, Breedon on the Hill, 2074.

Sommers (Summers, Somers), John, boatman, Poole, 595, 1111.

-, -, shipmaster, 1141.

Somner (Sumner), Mary, widow of Richard, 324.

-, Richard, carpenter's mate, Tangier, debt to inhabitants, 324, 846.

-, William, Trowbridge, 125.
-, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Sondes, George, Baron of Throwley, Visct. Sondes and Earl of Feversham, 1147.

Soper, James, rebel in the West, 418.

Sorell, Tho., smuggled goods, 661, 6678.

Sorrell's Marsh (co. Essex), 2090.

Sothern see Southern.

Sothibridge (co. Fermanagh), 1954.

Soulavan see Sullivan.

Souldern (co. Oxford), 454.

Sourton, Mr., coachman to the King's Stables, 1119.

South, John, grant of R. Nelthorpe's estate, 29, 138.

-, Thomas, landwaiter, London, 1949, 2157.

South Benfleet see Benfleet.

- Bere Forest see New Forest.

- Botternell see Botternell.

- Brent (co. Somerset), Langland, Milland and Whitcross, 1895.

- Cave (co. Yorks), 1452.

- Church (St. Andrew, Auckland, co. Durham), 693.

- Creake (co. Norfolk), 464.

- Petherton (co. Somerset), 2006.

- Sea, expedition to, 1688.

Southall, William, suits against Jesuits, co. Stafford, 1088.

Southampton, Countess, see Palmer, B.

-, Duke of, see Fitz-Roy, C.

-, Earl of, see Wriothesley, T.

Southampton port, 15, 23, 33, 51, 64, 65, 99, 106, 136, 212, 220, 261, 426, 427, 609, 635, 730, 798, 838, 888, 908, 963, 1009, 1056, 1165, 1167, 1200, 1250, 1265, 1290, 1398, 1449, 1507, 1657, 1751, 1754, 1819, 1946, 1958, 1959, 2034, 2035, 2137.
-, town, Recusants, 493.

- County, 172, 219, 221, 414, 657, 673, 675, 750, 753, 817, 867, 894, 970, 994, 1066, 1106, 1111, 1207, 1323, 1330, 1364, 1387, 1443, 1475, 150911, 1524, 1538, 1546, 1569, 1619, 1632, 1770, 1877, 18923, 1909, 1975, 1988, 2058.

-, -, auditor, 778.

- -, clerk of assize, 1056.

- -, Excise collector see Rawson, Joseph.

- -, inns, &c, in, 739.

- -, Post fines, 90.

- -, Receiver of Assessments see Williams, S.

- -, Receiver of Crown Lands, 219, see Smith, Simon.

- -, Recusants, Receiver of, see Smith, Simon; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 2028.

- -, sheriffs, 288, 1461, 1511.

- -, Vice Admiral and Vice Admiralty, 829, 1593, 1687.

- -, Western rebels' estates, 414, 1046, 1056.

Southborough (co. Kent), 306.

Southburry (Swansea port), 1045.

Southby, Richard, of Berkshire, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Berks etc., 1982.

Southcoate see Southcott.

Southcoats Channel (co. Essex), 2093.

Southcott (Southcoate), Sir Edward, loyal Recusant, co. Yorks, 626.

-, Sir John, Lincoln inquisition, 1543; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Devon etc., 1804.

-, Capt. Thomas, of Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 525, 528, 845.

Southealewood (Calstock manor, co. Cornwall), 122, 210.

Southerland see Sutherland.

Southern (Sotherne), Hugh, tenant of concealed lands, Kent, 883, 886.

- [James], a Commissioner of the Victualling, 942.

Southfleet (co. Kent), 634, 637, 2093.

Southgate, Robert, and his wife, Quakers, co. Norfolk, 633.

Southill (co. Beds), 888.

Southminster (co. Essex), 2089, 2092.

Southnethian (Knighton, co. Radnor), 1699, 1700.

Southrurath manor (Knighton, Radnor), 1699, 1700.

Southsea Castle, Governor of, see Carter, Capt. R.

Southugre or Southvyre (Knighton, Radnor), 1699, 1700.

Southwark (co. Surrey), 608, 626, 879, 882, 885, 1057, 1269, 1306, 1672, 1673, 1675, 1692, 2165; Hearthmoney, 205; Hospice called the Unicorn, 882; Walnut Tree Lane, 882; Kent Street, 882; the Mint, 1672, 1673.

Southwell, Robert, Vice Admiral of Munster, 1534; lands, Ireland, 15345.

-, Sir Robert, Vice Admiral of Munster, 1535; lands, Ireland, 15345.

Southwell, co. Notts, 1947; Liberty, 773; jurisdiction (Deanery), 1979; schoolmaster, annuity to, 636, 727, 1517, 2014, 2017.

Southwick, Peter, surveyor, Cowes, 1563.

Southwold, Hutbert, comptroller, Shoreham port, 730.

Southwold (co. Suffolk), 859.

Southworth, Francis, merchant, landwaiter's place, London, 1321.

Sow domains (co. Kent), 887.

Soward, Andrew, boatman, Lynn Regis, 1721, 1754.

Sowray, Mr., temporalities of the Archbishopric of York, 941.

Sowter, Thomas, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Spain and Spanish, 361, 513, 857, 918, 950, 1000, 1047, 1493.
-, ambassadors to and from see Ambassadors.
-, Biscayers employed in the West Indies by King of Spain to suppress pirates, 2172.
-, Court, officers of, 347.
-, - in Flanders see Flanders.
-, Cavechola [Office], 18867.
-, goods taken by pirates in Jamaica, 219.
-, iron imported to Ireland, duty on, 1373.
-, jewels, 56.
-, King, 3012, 956, 1599, 1886; marriage of, 347; servants, 347.
-, Lady Isabella, death of, 185.
-, leather bags, 291, 1181, 1297.
-, letters to and from, 1188, 1524.
-, moneys, 1868, 1942, 2040; lowering denomination of, 347.
-, Netherlands see Flanders; Resident with the Governor of see Ambassadors.
-, officers of the Currios, 95, 185, 347.
-, points see Lace.
-, posthouses, 1887.
-, Postmaster, 1524.
-, Queen, 3012, 18867; servants, 347.
-, Queen Mother, 18867.
-, Secretaries, 347, 18867.
-, soldiers from, for Tangier, 318; horse for Tangier, 331.
-, Spaniards from Jerusalem, 405.
-, - in the West Indies, 1993.
-, trade with the Canaries, 9567; with the English Plantations, 1946, 1984.
-, West Indies, 1946, 1984.
-, wine see Wine.
-, wool, 1488.

Spalding, Nicho., harness maker to the Stables, 1410.

Spalding (co. Lincoln), 438.

Spalton, Serjeant Christopher, Tangier soldiers' debt to, 1085.

Spanheim, Ezechiel, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Brandenburg for the Coronation of James II, 290.

Spanish see Spain.

Spann, Thomas, assistant to the country accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 131, 165, 1180, 1860.

Spark (Sparke and see Sprake), Ben., rebel in the West, 418.
-, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Stephen, senr. and junr., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Thomas, and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

Sparker, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Sparkes, Gabriell, landwaiter, London, 389, 798, 872, 876.

-, Henry, debt to, Tangier, 843.

-, -, lands, Westminster, 1858.

-, Thomas, of Epworth, seditious words, 1414.

Sparraway, Thomas, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Dorset etc., 1804.

Sparrow, James, secretary to the Commissioners for enquiring of rebels' estates in the West, 873, 1046, 1189, 1683.

-, John, barn in Wychwood Forest, 1005.

-, John and Sir John, Clerk Comptroller of the Household, 1437, 1950; necessaries for the Queen of Portugal's voyage to Lisbon, 1798.

-, Robert, of Wickhambrook, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805; ditto, co. Cambridge, etc., 2028.

Sparry, William, of London, Recusants' recognizances, 1021, 1022.

-, -, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

Spartimento, Cape (Italy), 2147.

Spateman, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Speake (Speke, Speck), Char., rebel in the West, 420.

-, George, fine for misdemeanour, 1097, 1186, 1205, 12078, 1214, 1223, 1257, 1354, 1650, 1840.

-, Hugh, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, -, son of George, 1205, 1207, 1214.

-, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, -, son of George, 1205, 1207.

-, Mary, wife to George, 1205, 1207.

-, - (Jennings), daughter of George, 1205, 1207.

Spearing, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Speed, Joseph, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, soldier, going to New England, 932.

Speedwell, Andrew, rebel in the West, 919.

Speen (co. Berks), 1943.

Speke see Speake.

Speldhurst (co. Kent), manors or lands called Ferribies, Rockington, Stockland, Gleablands, Ox Eyes, Kemp Plot, Birchel Nicholas lands, East Fields, East Field Woods, Churchyard Stile, Parsonage House, Parsonage Wenfield, Cunny Croft, Forestawle, Barncroft, Round Croft, 883.

Spelman, Clement, Baron of the Exchequer, 1920.

Spelsbury, Lord, see Lee, E. H.

Spelthurst (co. Berks), 1703.

Spence, Daniel, waiter, Orford port, 1241.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Ferrand, clerk in the Foreign Post Office, 1971.

Spenceley, George, tenant of concealed land, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Spencer, Ann, Countess of Sunderland, goods for, 135, 602, 694, 766, 1199, 1346, 1418, 1592, 1829, 1972, 1974; lodgings, Whitehall, 135; her house in Leicester Square, 2156.

Spencer, Ben., landwaiter, Hull, 1179, 2158.

-, Charles, styled Lord Spencer, afterwards 4th Earl of Sunderland, goods for, 663; a bear for, 781.

-, John, tidesman, Bristol, 1555.

-, -, Clerk of the Faculties, 38, 642, 973.

-, Moses, tenant of marsh land, Steeple, co. Essex, 2090.

-, Nathaniel, surveyor, Selby, Hull port, 779, 901.

-, Col. Nicholas, his Majesty's Secretary, Virginia, 710, 1270, 1324, 13245, 1376; President of the Council, ibid., 1381, 1404, 1691.

-, Robert, tidesman's place, 1001.

-, -, Visct. of Teviot (uncle of the Earl of Sunderland), Farmer of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 29, 143, 260, 265, 10889, 1716, 1766, 1808; a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 72, 597, 1580; a Commissioner of the Privy Seal, 697, 714, 812, 924, 1092, 1221, 1357; Poll arrear, 678.

-, -, Earl of Sunderland, Lord President of the Privy Council, diet and royal bounty to, 484, 627, 674, 813, 924, 1151, 1332, 1430, 1432, 1541, 1701, 1833, 1972, 2126, 2127; Secretary of State, 32, 48, 78, 94, 95, 103, 104, 105, 111, 134, 158, 184, 185, 190, 211, 254, 267, 3012, 335, 369, 425, 573, 617, 627, 645, 674, 874, 889, 892, 902, 1056, 1095, 1117, 1142, 1184, 1190, 1205, 1220, 1221, 1243, 1301, 1347, 1356, 1373, 1409, 1460, 1478, 1484, 1491, 1492, 1498, 1499, 1561, 1574, 1587, 1617, 1627, 1628, 1816, 1837, 1853, 1880, 18867, 1897, 1901, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1916, 1958, 2069, 2071, 2083, 2086, 2116, 2127; fee as such, 1332; secret service issues to, as such, 32, 297, 479, 627, 677, 874, 1142, 1185, 1198, 1497, 1560, 1659, 1911, 1935, 2131, 2136; his Office as such, 816; trustee for the Prince and Princess of Denmark, 749; 21,000l. and 8,000l. out of the Irish establishment, 8, 1743, 19312, 2140; pension on the Tenths, 225, 579, 7356; Poll arrears, 1044; goods for, 1480.

-, Sir Thomas, bart., Ringwood manor, co. Southants, 894.

-, William, sheriff of co. Lancs, 1759.

Spender, John, rebel in the West, 424.

Spendlove (Spenlove), Francis, comptroller of Yarmouth port, 117, 538, 921, 1561.

Sphaeristerium see Streets (Cockpit).

Spicer, John, buying wood in Dean Forest, 983; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, Richard, Sir R. Peyton's lands, 1032.

-, Thomas, landwaiter, Lyme Regis, 107, 147, 1928.

-, William, bricklayer, St. Martins in the Fields, Recusants' recognizance, 1020.

Spicery see Royal Household.

Spick see Speake.

Spiller, Sir Henry, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Mr., planting tobacco, 1780, 1891.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

Spiritual Courts see Ecclesiastical Courts.

Spithead (Hants), 853.

Spittal (Tweedmouth, Northumberland), 536.

Spooner, Margaret, wife of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Peter, Customs place, Yarmouth, 1438.

-, Thomas, co. Warwick, 1125.

Spore, John, rebel in the West, 418.

Spotswood (Spotshead), Katherine, wife of chirurgeon of Tangier, 1755 6.

-, Robert, chirurgeon to the garrison, Tangier, 1877.

Sprag, Sir Edward, 159.

-, Mr., agent to Col. Dungan, Governor of New York, 1498, 1627; Secretary of New York, 1628.

Sprake (Spreke), John, rebel in the West, 416, 417, 423; of Winsham, co. Somerset, mason, 2005.

-, Richard, tidesman, Lyme port, 1500.

Sprat, Henry, landwaiter, Faversham, 959, 1042; ditto, Ipswich, 1042, 1154, 1521.

-, Mr., debt to Lord Colepeper in Virginia, 710.

-, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester, 46, 71, 2113.

Spreat, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Spreke see Sprake.

Sprigg (Sprigge), Richard, of London, logwood merchant, 15, 28, 48, 324, 720, 1625.

Spriggs, John, tidesman, Looe, 14, 1278.

Springfield (co. Essex), 795, 821, 1066.

Sprusia (spruce) deals for the Navy, 173.

Spurr, Mr., pirate, Jamaica, 545.

-, Mrs., widow of Mr., 56.

-, Peter, waiter, Teignmouth, 904.

Spurrell, John, shipmaster, 828.

Spurway, Robert, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Samuel, of Dartmouth, merchant, Customs place, 1454.

Squibb, Arnold, Clerk of the Nichils, 2013; surety of R. Squibb, 40.

-, John, Sir S. Barnardiston's estate, 1237.

-, Robert, a Treasury clerk, 159, 219, 292, 312, 328, 329, 332, 333, 343, 344, 478, 571, 685, 781, 865, 904, 905, 906, 1049, 1611, 1651, 1669, 1685, 1735, 1781, 1879, 2032 3,2051; payments to, for redemption of captives in Barbary, 136, 154, 178, 295, 315, 533, 584, 646, 765, 899, 1271; a Commissioner for inquisition, 740.

-, -, junr., Receiver of First Fruits and Tenths, 19, 40, 44, 778, 1301, 228, 525, 576, 579, 687, 1151.

Squire (Squier), Edward, of Ely, postmaster, 1676.

-, Hen., Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, Hugh, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178, 2183.

-, Robert, Commissioner for derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

Stabbs, John, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

Stable (Stables), Leonard, tidesman, London, 1258, 1568, 2008.

Stabler see Stapler.

Stables see Staples, Stable.

Stables, King's, see Royal Stables.

Stacey (Stacee, Stacy), Mr., seizure of wood, Royal Africa Company, 170.

-, John, shipmaster, 2174.

-, Mr., tenant of marsh, Essex, 2091.

-, Tho., Recusancy fine, co. Essex, 16512.

Stack, Edmund, correspondent in the Hearthmoney Office, 1180, 1860.

-, Edward [possibly Edmund], clerk of securities in the Hearthmoney Office, 131.

Stackallan ("Slackaller") (Slane barony, co. Meath), 569.

Stackhouse, William, landwaiter's place, 12712; sorter in the Post Office, 1971.

Stackins, James, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Stacy see Stacey.

Stadding (Scadding), Richard, rebel in the West, 460, 515, 680, 683.

Stade Coppice see Whittlewood Forest.

Staffe, Mr., marsh lands, co. Essex, 2088.

Staffires, Papal official, 1897.

Stafford, Alexander, tenant of concealed land, Kent, 884, 886.

-, Benjamin, tidesman, Falmouth, 1949.

-, John, Envoy Extraordinary to Spain, 1752, 1753, 1785, 2117.

-, Mrs., widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Philip, money lent to Tangier officers, 324, 385.

-, Viscount, see Howard, W.

Stafford County, 600, 693, 740, 1021, 10878, 1312, 1850.

- -, Excise, 31, 78.

- -, Hearthmoney, 1397, 1793.

- -, Justices of the Peace, 1397.

- -, Post fines, 90.

- -, Quakers, 630.

- -, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, see Wightwick, F.; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1695, 1804.

- -, sheriffs, 311, 499, 541, 573, 791, 1087.

Stage coaches, proposals for regulating, 838.

Staggins, Isaac [of the King's Music], Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Dr. Nicholas, Master of the King's Music, 130, 577; Poll arrear, 1043.

-, Thomas, of the King's Music, 130.

Stagsden (co. Beds) Vicarage, 2074.

Staines (co. Surrey), 327.

Stainton Dale (co. Yorks), 1215.

Stalbridge manor (co. Dorset), 1725.

Staley, Andr., rebel in the West, 421.

-, John, of London, goldsmith, 1989.

Stallage, 213.

Stambourne see Stanford.

Stambridge, Samuel, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, Thomas, of Pitminster, co. Somerset, 1091.

Stames, William, debt to, Tangier, 843.

Stamford, Earl of, see Grey, T.

- (co. Lincoln), minister of St. George's in, 1035, 1347; St. Mary's Church, 2079; Deanery, 2079.

Stampe (Stamp), Capt. Anthony, lands, Ireland, 567; discovering coiners 1653.

Stamper, Mr., goods for the Chapel Royal, St. James's, 940.

-, William, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Stanberry, Nathaniel, ship's commander, 314.

Standard, James, rebel in the West, 423, 425.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 460, 515, 680, 683.

Standard Trial Pieces see Mint.

Standen, Capt. Griffith, royalist indigent pension, 2051.

Standerwick, Joseph, of Ilminster, debtor to J. Hucker, 1091.

-, Nath., rebel in the West, 422.

Standish, James, lands, Ireland, 568.

-, Lawrence, and his wife, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Sir Richard, baronet fee, 1352.

-, Sir William, of Duxbury, baronet fee, 1341.

Standon (co. Herts), 626.

Stane, William, buying bark in Waltham Forest, 1076, 1096.

Stanford, Mr., employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1889, and see Staniford.

-, R., at Brussels, dispute with Sir R. Bulstrode, 192, 301.

-, William, of Salford, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1123.

Stanford ("Stambourne"), co. Essex, 2089.

- Rivers (co. Essex), 897; Stanford Hall manor, in Stanford Rivers, 837, 897.

Stanhoe (co. Norfolk), 464.

Stanhope, Catherine, Countess of Chesterfield, 511.

-, Charles, of Mansfield, Commissioner for Sherwood Forest timber, 936, 1273.

-, Ferdinando, Captain, Regiment of, 431, 496.

-, Philip, 3rd Earl of Chesterfield, Chief Justice in Eyre of Forests, Trent North, 166, 181, 185, 452; trustee to the Queen Dowager, 1061, 1114; executor to the Earl of Bellomont, 511.

-, William, and Sir William, of Shelford, a Commissioner for Sherwood Forest timber, 936, 1273; Poll arrear, 1390.

Staniford (and see Stanford), Cornet, debt to inhabitants of Tangier, 846.

Stanlake, George, of the Inner Temple, Irish Revenue Farm accounts, 14234, 14489; Mr., of the Inner Temple, Sir G. Perrot's bond, 1850.

Stanley, Elizabeth, wife of Michael, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, -, Countess of Derby, wife of 18th Earl of Derby, mount on St. James's Park wall, 601.

-, Geo., of Paulton, Commissioner to perambulate New Forest, 994, 1363.

-, John, petition for Customs place, Dover, 1463.

-, Major, pension, Ireland, 1324.

-, Michael, lands, Ireland, 551.

-, Mr., goods for the Chapel Royal, 1484.

-, -, recognizance, 1684.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Lancs, 2035.

-, Sir Thomas, lands, Ireland, 554; baronet fee, 1405, 1788; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester, 1804.

-, -, grandfather of Sir Thomas, baronet fee, 1405, 1788.

-, William, tidesman, London, 726.

-, William George Richard, 18th Earl of Derby, 1725; lands, Macclesfield, 1335; Isle of Man Customs rights and revenue, 738, 935, 950, 1093, 1505, 1507, 1521, 1540, 1562, 1563, 1604, 1615, 1654, 1669, 1786, 1869, 1933; Isle of Man rent, 226; payments to, for poor ministers in the Isle of Man, 239, 724, 1353, 1395, 1860.

Stannaries see Tin.

Stanniland, Robert, watchman, London, 904.

Stansted, Thomazin, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

Stanton (Staunton), Mr., innholder, Upper Tooting, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Robert, carrier between Manchester and Bolton, 165.

-, William, rebel in the West, 421.

Stanton, Long, see Long.

Stanyon, Abraham, tenant, Exchange Alley, 1965.

-, Laurence, Irish Revenue Farm account, 1560, 2041, 2046.

Stapely, Sir John, Surveyor of the Petty Customs, London port, 1073, 1168, 1472.

Staper, Christopher, tenant, Windsor, 1703.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 557.

Staple, Edw., rebel in the West, 417.

-, John, of Gregory Stoke, Somerset, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2004.

-, Leonard, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 417.

Staple Inn (London), 1536.

Stapleford (co. Notts), 936.

- (co. Lincoln) Vicarage, 2077.

Stapler (Stabler), John, boatman, Bridlington, 959, 984.

Staplers' Company (London), wool export affair, 764.

Staples, William, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Stapleton, Sir Charles, superstitious uses, 170.

-, Gregory, brother of Sir Charles, superstitious uses, 170.

-, Thomas, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, Sir William, Justice of the Peace in the West, 421.
-, Governor of the Leeward Islands, 37, 56, 612, 100, 314, 378, 380, 381, 385, 3923, 399, 443, 524, 698, 704, 1747, 2170; in London, 308; accounts, 271.

Star Chamber, custody of, 113, 1289.
-, records in, 1867.
-, Trial of Pix in, 63, 889.

Starcross (co. Devon), 186, 612, 1928, 1949.

Stark, Hugh, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Mr., Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Starkey, James, Receiver of Assessments, co. Lancs, 1041, 1161.

Starling, Sir Samuel, Farmer of Excise, co. Norfolk, 77.

Starr, Edmund, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Devon etc., 1804.

Start Point (co. Devon), 427, 1792.

Stata Florida (? co. Pembroke), 1429.

State Paper Office or Paper Office see Secretary of State.

States General and Ambassadors to see Holland, 511, 947.
-, Dieners of, 2054; of the Court, 2054; of the Shutery, 2054; of the Fiscal, 2054.
-, Greffiers of, 2053.
-, messengers of, 2053, 2054.
-, trumpeters of, 2054; of the Guard, of the Tower and of the Guard du Corps, 2054; hautboys and drummers of the Guards, 2054.

Statia [? Staten], Dutch ships at, 1369.

Statuary makers see Sculptors.

Statues, imports of, 1729.

Staughton, Lieut. William, debt to inhabitants, Tangier, 844.

Staughton Magna (co. Hunts), 233, 516, 1332, 1575, 1755, 1892, 2039, 2050, 2067; lands called the Park, alias Paddock, Millfield Close, How Grounds, Croomes Close, Glovers Pightell, Lady Pasture, High Pasture, Innerfield, Rye lease, Impies, Layfield, Manor Field, Hill Close, Woodcroft, Peddles, Monkes Bushes, Bottlesfield, Pickles Farm House, Paynes Farm House, 2067.

Staunton see Stanton.

Staunton (co. Gloucester), 1617, 1688.

Stavely, Francis, of Coplebank Park, fee farm, 1826.

-, Miles, coal mines, Ripon, 1732.

Stawel, Ralph, Lord Stawel of Somerton, 1148.

Staynes, Mrs., widow, marsh lands, co. Essex, 2088.

Stead, John, surveyor for strong waters, Excise Office, 132.

Steare (Steer), Richard, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Robert, collector, Bridgewater port, 1664.

Stede (Steed), Col. Edwin, Receiver General of Revenue, Barbados, 97, 100, 170, 189, 225; Lieutenant Governor of Barbados and the Windward Islands, 100, 490, 511, 820, 840, 923, 1187, 1197, 1216, 1228, 1313, 141920, 1477, 1532, 161920, 1938, 2097, 2116, 2149, 2170; Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Barbados, 100, 101; collector of the Plantation Duty, Barbados, 506.

-, John, Receiver of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Bridgetown, Barbados, 1942; brother of Col. Edwin, 2149.

-, Richard, noontender, London, 1518.

Stedman, Robert, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Stedolff, Segismond, G. Turner's petition, 1732.

Steed see Stede, Stead.

Steele (Stooll), Eliz., Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Hen., Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, John, shipmaster, 690.

-, -, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Lawrence, officer of the Revenue Farmers, Ireland, 2047.

-, Mathew, of Deptford, baker, 1371.

-, Mrs., widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Steeple (co. Essex), 2090, 2093.

Steer see Steare.

Stefkin (Stefkins), Fred, of the King's Music, 130; Poll arrear, 1390, 1391.

Steggall, William, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Stent, Thomas, employed in tin farthings affair, 1623; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177, 2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2182, 2184.

Stephen, John, of Exeter, merchant, 1647.

Stephens (Stevens), Anthony, Cashier to the Treasurer of the Navy, 12, 21, 35, 41, 66, 76, 100, 159, 173, 197, 221, 223, 225, 237, 241, 253, 259, 294, 306, 329, 334, 344, 346, 350, 351, 403, 438, 444, 467, 478, 479, 490, 492, 505, 513, 522, 533, 539, 575, 581, 602, 636, 651, 658, 665, 669, 670, 677, 678, 681, 697, 701, 704, 715, 774, 782, 788, 799, 849, 869, 905, 920, 927, 940, 941, 981, 996, 999, 1003, 1012, 1013, 1031, 1032, 1041, 1042, 1054, 1119, 1145, 1149, 1212, 1275, 1285, 1334, 1365, 1463, 1517, 1521, 1565, 1587, 1656, 1730, 1780, 1826; an auditor of the Exchequer, 95, 96; house of, 2064; house in Exchange Alley, 1965; loans on the Hearthmoney, 319, 378, 1504; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

-, Christian[a], widow of Capt. John, Navy debt to her husband, 819, 906, 1587, 1656, 1735.

-, Edward, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Eli, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Francis, inquisition, New Sarum, 1091; ditto, Winchester, 1509, 1683.

-, Henry, custodiam lease, Cornwall, 604.

-, -, waiter, Poulton port, 1948.

-, John, rebel in the West, 417.

-, -, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

-, -, place of accountant of Excise, 1120.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

-, Capt. John, commander of the Chestnut pink, 819; Navy debt to, 1735, and see Stephens, Christian.

-, Sir John, lands, Ireland, 568.

-, Lady, Irish pension, 1747, 1761, 1835.

-, Martha, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mr. [? Francis], Commissioner for rebels in the West, 1189.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 418, 419.

-, -, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

-, -, junr., lands, Ireland, 567.

-, -, senr., Poll arrear, of the Household, 1391.

-, Teringham, Leicester county fine, 476.

-, Tho., Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, Thom., Boviates tenement, Carnedon Prior, 593.

-, Walter, creditor of J. Holloway, Barbados, 192.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879, 881.

-, -, waiter, Saltash, 1914.

Stephenson (Stevenson), Alexander, a Page of the Bedchamber, 169; lease of the Castle Garth, Newcastle, 169, 213.

-, Ann, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Henry, tidesman, Liverpool, 1154.

-, John, watchman's place, London port, 1799.

-, alias Stinson, Ruth, Recusant, co. Stafford, 630.

-, William, of Hooley, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' forfeitures, co. Yorks etc., 1696.

Stepney, John, Irish Revenue undertaking, 768, 1425, 2021, 20368.

- (Stepneth), Sir John, bart., steward of Pill lordship, co. Pembroke, 1428.

-, Justina (ne Vandyke), pension, 676, 742, 963, 982, 1264, 1267, 1503, 1794, 1797, 1936, 1940, 2013, 2017; Poll arrear, 678.

Stepney, alias Stebunheath (co. Midd.), 1512.

Steresmore, Thomas, collector, Falmouth, 2034.

Stern (Sterne), John, trooper against the rebels in the West, petition for tidesman's place, 1196.

-, Mr., temporalities of the Archbishop of York, 1033.

-, William, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 1303.

Sterry, Peter, assistant accomptant to the Hearthmoney Office, 1180, 1860.

Sterry see Sturry.

Stert see Sturt.

Sterting, Lieut. John, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

Stevens, Stevenson, see Stephens, Stephenson.

Steventon (Stevington), John, tobacco merchant, 126, 159.

Stewart (Stuart), Alexander, 18th Earl of Moray, going to Scotland, 643, 678, 686, 1624.

-, Charles, Lord Doune, styled Lord Moray (afterwards 19th Earl of Moray), Master of the Horse to the Queen, 159.

-, -, 5th Duke of Richmond, 1842.

-, Frances Teresa, widow of 5th Duke of Richmond, interest in the aulnage, 577; goods for, 925, 1064; house of, near Privy Garden, 1052; going to France, 2140; pension to Lord Hawley and Earl of Bath for, 668, 1185, 1430, 1433, 1714, 1715, 1971, see Hawley, Lord F., Granville, J.

-, Lieut. George, debt to inhabitants, Tangier, 575.

-, Henry, 4th Duke of Gloucester, third son of Charles I, servants of, 1114.

-, Hoo, tidesman, London, 588.

- (alias Moore), Katherine, executrix of Lady Saltoun, 1183.

-, Mrs., widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Mary, old Duchess of Richmond, widow of 3rd Duke, royal bounty to, 116.

-, Dame Sophia, pension to, 353, 357, 535, 581, 587, 736, 932, 964, 1223, 1228, 1333, 1340, 1462, 1589, 1598, 1727, 1854, 1861, 1976, 2017.

-, William, haberdasher, Bartholomew Close, London, 806, 1547.

-, -, landcarriageman, Bristol port, 1995, 2083.

-, Col. William, loyalist indigent officer, 2051; Hispaniola wreck fishery, 1794, 1866.

-, William, 1st Visct. Mountjoy, Master of the Ordnance, Ireland, 1209, 1682; royal bounty to, 1209; Brigadier General, Ireland, 1251, 1743.

Stewkley (Stuckley, Stukeley), Lewis, comptroller, Plymouth port, 34, 87, 106, 203, 1611.

Stibbons, John, lands, co. Somerset, 653.

Stiffkey see Stilkeley.

Stile, Bartho., of Asthall, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

Stileman (Styleman), Isaac, quayman, London, 588.

Stiles (Styles), Ely, tidesman, Bristol, 1278.

-, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Stilkeley [? Stiffkey] (co. Norfolk), 1805.

Stint, John, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Stirk, Major J., walk in Salcey Forest see Salcey.

Stirling, Earl of, see Alexander, H. and W.

Stisted (Stystead), Capt. Charles, Customs soizer, 164, 175, 200, 230, 731, 744, 782, 797, 805, 933, 943, 997, 1008, 1013, 1015.

-, Mrs., widow, 1842.

Stoakes see Stokes.

Stocker, William, arms at Bristol, 370; Customs frauds, 1569, 1599, 1606.

Stockhill (co. Yorks), 1696.

Stockholm (Sweden), 184, 366, 889, 14945, 1907.

Stockley, Sarah, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

Stockton, Mr., book on the Customs, 5.

Stockton (co. Durham), 223, 261, 266, 267, 701.

- (co. Worcester), 1759.

Stockwood, blockwood or logwood (Red Saunders wood) see Logwood.

Stodgell, Nicho., rebel in the West, 417.

Stoggall see Dean Forest.

Stoke (co. Kent), 2088; Stoke Marsh, 2088.

- Bruern (co. Northants), 1314.

- Edith (co. Hereford), 1648.

-, Little (? co. Oxford), 454.

- Newington see Newington.

- Norton (Stoke North, co. Oxford), 455.

- St. Gregory (co. Somerset), 2004, 2006.

- under Hamdon (co. Somerset), manor, 852, 1481.

Stokes (Stoakes), Abjean, of Chippenham, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Wilts, 1805; Justice of Peace, co. Wilts, 35, 508.

-, Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Geo., brother-in-law of R. Cragg, in Newgate gaol, 718, 1065, 1078.

-, James, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, John, petition for derelict lands in the Severn, 572; seizure of ship, 1431.

-, Jose, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, William, tidesman, Liverpool, 1330.

Stole, Groom of, see Royal (Bedchamber).

Stone, Benjamin, arms at Bristol, 370.

-, Edward, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Francis, messenger to the Customs, Shields and Newcastle, 859.

-, James, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

-, John, trustee for the city of London for Prince Charles's lands, 868.

-, -, tidesman, London, 2008.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Capt. John, referee for the Revenue Farm, Ireland, 1201, 2047, 2124.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Berks, 1020.

-, Mr., coffeeman in Carter Lane, London, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

-, Nathaniel, bond for R. Elton, 1131.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Robert, labourer in New Park, Richmond, 2112.

Stone, farm of, see Wood farm.

Stoneaway (Stonway) Coppice see Salcey Forest.

Stonebridge (Bermondsey), 880.

Stonedge see Dean Forest.

Stoneham manor (co. Sussex), 888.

Stonehouse, Mr., of Bedwin, co. Wilts, enquiring of rebels in the West, 546.

-, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, co. Berks, 885.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, co. Berks, 885.

Stonehouse (co. Devon), 711.

Stoner, John, of Stonor, co. Oxford, Recusant, 454.

Stonier, Geo., trustee for city of London for Prince Charles's lands, 1260.

Stonnick, William, Quaker, co. Oxford, 633.

Stonor (co. Oxford), 454.

Stonway Coppice see Salcey Forest.

Stoodley (Stoodligh), John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Jonathan, shipmaster, 273.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 416.

Stooll see Steel.

Stopford, James, lands, Ireland, 559, 561, 567.

Storey (Story), George, soldier, against the Western rebels, 288.

-, Jane, Tangier widow, pension, 1074.

-, Joanna, widow of Mr., 1719.

-, Mr., volary keeper, St. James's, 1719.

-, Richard, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 424.

-, -, deputy to the Comptroller of Excise, 267, 2163.

-, William, house near St. James's Park wall, 323, 1588.

Storm in the Leeward Isles, 61.

Stormes, Eliz., wife of Richard, 1510.

-, Richard, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

Stourbridge (co. Worcester), 653.

Stourpaine (co. Dorset), 113.

Stourton, Tho., Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Stoving, William, postmaster, Hastings, 1676.

Stow, Benj., and his wife, Quakers, co. Notts, 631.

-, Robert, lands, Ellington, 1922.

Stowe Archdeaconry, Lincoln, 2076.

Stower, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Stowford (co. Devon), 783.

Stracey, John, surveyor of landwaiters, London, 203, 996, 997.

Stradling, Capt., Captain of Foot, 708.

-, Sir Edward, surety for Mansell, his uncle, 331, 1085.

-, Lady Elizabeth, widow of Sir Edward, 1085.

-, Mansell, Receiver of Assessments, South Wales and Glamorgan, 18, 231, 1041, 1042, 1085, 1160, 2157.
-, searcher of Cardiff port, 443.

-, Col. Thomas, brother of Mansell, 18.

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth, W.

Straits see Gibraltar.

Strand see St. Mary, Savoy; Streets.

Stranford see Stamford.

Strange, Mr., receiver of the Penny Post Office, 1671.

Strangers' Customs see Customs, aliens.

Strangford (co. Down), 1954.

Strangwayes, Major Bonham, Lieutenant of Portland Isle, 680, 789.

-, Col. Thomas, stewardship of Fordington and Ryme, 22, 57, 388; enquiring of rebels in Somerset, 546.

Stratford, Edward, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805; ditto, co. Warwick, 1982.

-, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805; ditto, co. Warwick, 1982.

-, Thomas, gauging casks, 47; Symball's fines, 1943.

-, -, alderman, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805; ditto, co. Warwick, 1982.

Stratford Bow (co. Essex), abbot of, 100910.

- Langton (co. Essex), 186.

Stratton, Hundred of (co. Cornwall), 944.

- super Fosse (co. Somerset), manor of, 852, 1481.

Streatham (co. Surrey), 1675.

Street, Sir Thomas, a Justice of Common Pleas, 1, 278, 2006; a Baron of the Exchequer, 231, 606, 1199.

Streeter (Streater), Robert, King's Serjeant Painter and Serjeant Painter of the Works, 139, 1446, 1480, 1847.

-, Thomas, painter, 1811.

Streetfield, John, tenant of concealed land, Speldhurst, 883.

STREETS (London and Westminster topography generally):
-, Aldgate, 806, 1551, 1673.
-, -, Ward, 609.
-, Aldersgate, 75, 1661.
-, Back Yard (Whitehall), 158, 233.
-, Bartholomew Close, 806.
-, Beaufort Street, 499.
-, Bedford Street, 228, 335.
-, Bell, the, in the Strand, 1674.
-, -, in Aldgate, 806.
-, Bell Yard, 1130.
-, Berkeley House, near the Mews, 1704.
-, Billingsgate, 873.
-, Bishopsgate Street, 1213, 1551.
-, Blackboy, Scotland Yard, 1354.
-, Blackfriars, 1671.
-, Blackwell Hall, 653.
-, Bloomsbury, 1673, 1675.
-, Blue Mews, George Yard, 1776.
-, Bowling Alley, 1674; Westminster, 1646.
-, Bread Street Ward, 609.
-, Bridgefoot, Southwark, 1675.
-, Bridges Street, 345.
-, Broad Street, City, 577, 925, 941, 974, 1349, 1672.
-, Brook Street, Holborn, 1673.
-, Brookfields, St. Martins in the Fields, 1250, 1349.
-, Brookes's Wharf, near Thames Street, 253.
-, Bunches Close, Soho Square, 1773, 1811.
-, Bury Street, 414, 752.
-, Butts Close, Clerkenwell, 885.
-, Cannon Row, Westminster, 1858.
-, Carter Lane, 1673.
-, Castle Alley, Cornhill, 1672.
-, Cateaton Street, 653, 1675.
-, Channel Row, Westminster, 1858.
-, Charles Street, Westminster, 1858.
-, Charing Cross, 197, 1672, 1673, 1674.
-, Charterhouse Garden, 75.
-, Cheapside, 1672, 1673.
-, Chestwell [Chiswell] Street, 1673.
-, Church Street, Soho, 1674.
-, Cleveland Garden, 945.
-, Cockpit (Spaeristerium), 411, 1120, 1201.
-, Coleman Hedge or Coleman Hedge Field, 1811.
-, Coleman Street, 653.
-, Cornhill, 1672.
-, Covent Garden, 578, 1022, 1159; Church, 335; Piazza in, 1159.
-, Cranbourne Street, 1674.
-, Crutched Friars, 1671.
-, Dean's Yard, Westminster, 1530.
-, Denham's Buildings, 1962.
-, Doctors' Commons, 348.
-, Dog's Head, 1672.
-, Dorset Court, 1858.
-, Dowgate Hill, 1673, 1675.
-, Drury Lane, 332, 451, 464, 971, 1674.
-, Duke Street, 686, 1526, 1588, 2064; Westminster, 740, 1858.
-, Durham Yard, 1673.
-, Dyers Wharf, a little above the Bridge, 1177.
-, Exchange, 1817.
-, Exchange Alley, 1964.
-, Fenchurch Street, 1675.
-, Fishyard, 91; Westminster, 1577.
-, Fleet Bridge, 29.
-, - Ditch, 1673.
-, - Street, 1674.
-, Friars, the, 1672.
-, Frith Square, alias King's Square, alias Soho Square, 1810, 1811.
-, Frith Street, 1810.
-, George Yard, 1776.
-, German Street, 1674.
-, Golden Lane, 1661.
-, Goodman Fields, 1672.
-, Goswell Street, 75, 1661.
-, Gracechurch Street, 1675.
-, Great Street, 1661.
-, Great Queen Street, 1804.
-, Hart Street, 1965.
-, Hatton Garden, 644, 1675.
-, Hedge Lane, 1119, 1776.
-, Helmot, the, in Drury Lane, 1674.
-, Holborn, 143, 362, 1020, 1673, 1930.
-, - Bridge, 120, 1393.
-, - Conduit, 29, 1675.
-, Horse Guards, 7, 500, 1532.
-, Jermyn Street, 2064.
-, Kemp's Field, St. James's bailiwick, 1773, 1811.
-, King Street, 407, 425, 1052, 1120.
-, - -, Bloomsbury, 1673, 1675.
-, King's Arms, St. Martin's Lane, 716.
-, King's Playhouse, 345.
-, King's Square, alias Frith Square, alias Soho Square, 1810, 1811.
-, Kitchin Garden, Westminster, 1646.
-, Leadenhall Street, 806.
-, Leicester Fields, 52, 67, 765, 781, 1199, 2156.
-, Lime Street Corner, 1675.
-, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1868.
-, Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, 897, 1130.
-, - Queen Street, 1675.
-, - Tower Hill, 1675.
-, Lombard Street, 575, 1651. 2157.
-, London Bridge, 1675.
-, Long Acre, 1673, 1674.
-, Longditch, St. James's Park, 1588.
-, Maiden Lane, 948.
-, Maidenhead Inn, 653.
-, Middle Row see Streets (Rotten Row).
-, Mile End, 1672.
-, Military Ground or Military Yard, St. Martins in the Fields, 1826.
-, Mill Damm, Westminster, 1646.
-, Mincing Lane, 1930.
-, Minories, 1673.
-, Mint in Southwark, 1675.
-, Moorfields, 24.
-, New Crane, 1672.
-, - Exchange, 1674.
-, -, Fish Street, 637.
-, - Inn, St. Clements, 253.
-, - - Gate, Wych Street, 1671.
-, -, Street, 1674.
-, - Wool Quay, 1283.
-, Newgate, 1930.
-, - Street, 1675.
-, Nuns' Court, 653.
-, Old Bailey, 1047, 1671; St. Sepulchre's, 1738; St. Martin's, 1738.
-, - Change, 1673, 1675.
-, - Jewry, 327.
-, - Palace Yard, 91.
-, - Spring Garden, 854.
-, - Street, 745, 1661.
-, Palace Yard, 1809, 2133; Tower and Gate, 1809.
-, Pall Mall, 157, 311, 387, 558, 601, 640, 643, 738, 1409, 1499, 1607, 1654, 1674, 1814, 1838; making up of, 1963.
-, Paternoster Row, 1673.
-, Patric Garden, St. Botolphs, 885.
-, Petty France, 1308.
-, Piccadilly, 1349.
-, Poplar, 1673.
-, Princes Street, Drury Lane, 332.
-, Queen Street, 29, 1053, 1214, 1748, 1810.
-, Queenhythe, 1675.
-, Queen's Head, Queen Street, 1748.
-, Rider Street, 1674.
-, Rotton Row or Middle Row in St. Giles's, Cripplegate, 745, 128, 221, 1568, 1618, 1661, 1666.
-, Rude Lane, 1673.
-, St. Catherine's Wharf, 2059.
-, - Clements Inn Gate, 1674.
-, - James's Gate, 1674.
-, - - Palace Yard, 462.
-, - - Street, 761, 907, 945.
-, - - Square, 35, 156, 319, 351, 361, 587, 686, 752, 2146.
-, - John Street, 885, 944.
-, - -, Baptist Head, 885.
-, - Margaret's Lane, 1809.
-, - Martin's Lane, 716, 1672, 2133.
-, Salisbury Court, 1675.
-, Savage Buildings, Tower Hill, 1965, 2022.
-, Savoy, 1674.
-, Scotland Yard, 158, 467, 915, 1300, 1354, 1458, 1611, 1803, 1850, 1915, 1942, 1988; Innermost Yard, 183, 215, 233; Two Yards, 233; Gate, 1671.
-, Seething Lane, 2136.
-, Sheer Lane, 1259.
-, Sherborn Lane, 1651.
-, Shoreditch, 1672.
-, Soho, 923, 1652, 1674, 1752, 1773.
-, - Square or King's Square or Frith Square, 1811.
-, Spitalfields, 1673, 1675.
-, Spring Garden, 584, 590, 591, 640, 643, 669, 672, 951, 1055, 1398.
-, Stonebridge, Bermondsey, 880.
-, Strand, 165, 536, 885, 1674, 1952.
-, Suffolk Street, 1010.
-, Thames Street, 253.
-, Tilt Yard, 7, 500, 935, 1222.
-, Tower Hill, 1965, 2022.
-, - Street, 1672.
-, Turn Mill Street, 885.
-, Tuthill Fields, Westminster, 1646.
-, Tuttle Street, 1551.
-, Unicorn in Duke Street, 2064.
-, Walbrook, 1672.
-, - Ward, 1801.
-, Watling Street, 1675.
-, Weld Street, 1081.
-, Westminster Close, 1646.
-, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, 1673.
-, Whit Street, 1674.
-, White Fryers, 1671, 1675.
-, Whitehorse Tavern in the Strand, 1952.
-, Wich Street, 1671.
-, Wickhouse, Hackney, 885.
-, Windmill Hill, Clerkenwell, 885.
-, Wood Street, Compter, see Counter.
-, York Buildings, 728, 738.

Streights, Josiah, his marsh, co. Essex, 2092.

Stretch, John, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

Strickland, Mris., books and pictures for, 937.

-, Robert, discovery of unlicensed parks and warrens, 9423.

-, Roger, tidesman, Whitehaven, 147, 595, 612.

-, Sir Roger, farm of imported salt, Scotch salt, 63, 208, 306; pension, 1061; half pay, 1263, 1267.

-, Sir Thomas, Scotch salt farm, 292, 1460, 1500.

Strimshaw, William, tenant of marsh land, Essex, 2092.

Strinbrid (co. Gloucester), 1696.

Stringer, Francis, surety for J. Nash, 1722.

-, James, weighing porter, Exeter, 435.

-, John, Plantation officer, Accomac, Virginia, 1434.

-, Peter, riding surveyor for N. Wales, waiter, Liverpool, 613.

-, Richard, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Thomas, of Chester, derelict lands on the Dee, 1644.

-, -, surety for J. Nash, 1766, 1772.

-, -, tenement in the Tower, 533.

-, Sir Thomas, Serjeant at Law and Steward of the Court of Record for the Tower, 532; a Justice of the King's Bench, 2102, 2129.

-, William, merchant, Lyme Regis, 682.

-, -, tenement in the Tower, 533.

Strode (Stroud, Strowd), Capt, Bernard, Commissioner for rebels' estates in the West, 1388, 1509.

-, Charles, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, 1117, 1135.

-, Edward, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, Essex, hackney coach revenue proposal, 1150.

-, Henry, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, Capt. John, Tangier Company, 1142, 1918; debt to inhabitants, 845, 1050, 1059.

-, Col. John, Farmer of the Four and a Half per cent Duty, Barbados, 29, 636, 10889, 1808.

-, Mr., coffeeman at St. James's Gate, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, Mary, relict of Col. John, 1808.

-, Sidney, landwaiter, Plymouth, 1928.

-, Thomas, Serjeant at Law, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

-, William, poor Tangier soldier, 368, 385, 938.

-, -, tenant, Burrington, co. Somerset, 1896.
-, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Strong, Char., rebel in the West, 415.

-, James, waiter, Fowey, 1556.

-, John, ship's mate, 2062, 2064, 2068.

-, Jose, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Mr., Mr. Pilkington's papers, 776.

-, Nicho., carpenter, Tangier, 1170.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 417.

-, Robert, of the King's Music, 130; Poll arrear, 1390.

-, William, Revenue Commissioner, Ireland, 45, 1208, 1218, 1288, 1307, 1452, 1486, 1520, 1689, 1830, 2019.

Strongbow's tomb, Ireland, 1187.

Strother, Thomas, Customs officer, Wooler, 666, 1399.

-, Col. William, Commissioner for Lord Grey's estate, 45, 290, 525, 804.

Stroud, Strowd see Strode.

Strow, Jane, widow, of the King's Scullery, 504.

Strozzi, Mademoiselle, at Brussels, issue for, per Sir R. Bulstrode, 583.

Strudwick, Tho., glazier, New Park, Richmond, 2112.

Strutt, Francis, messenger of the Chamber, 256, 2107; discovery of lands, co. Derby, 324, 1059.

-, John, shipmaster, 189.

-, -, debt, Tangier, 843.

Stuart see Stewart.

Stubbs (Stubs), Charles, services against Duke of Monmouth, 1764.

-, John, husband of Mary, 1667.

-, Mary, executrix to Sir John Webster, 1667.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, -, shipmaster, 1868, 1869.

-, -, Ranger and Farmer of Kingswood Chase, 482, 492, 744, 746, 794, 833, 839.

Stuckey (Stucky), Geo., rebel in the West, 416, 424.

-, John, tidewaiter's place, London port, 1640, 1780.

-, Pasche, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 421.

Stuckley see Stewkley.

Studd, Ralph, waterman, London port, 1242.

Studham (co. Beds) Vicarage, 2075.

Studland Bay (Dorset), 64, 1792.

Studley (co. Warwick), 1124.

Stuffs see Alamodes; Baize; Bastard scarlet; Bowdye serge; Brocard; Calicoes and Calico lawns; Cambrics; Crewel; Damask; Diaper calico; Dowlas; Durance; Feuillimort; Fustian; Galloon; Gauze; Indiansatin; Irish frieze; Irish linen, diaper, tabling and napkining; Lawns; Linen; Lustrings; Manchester baize; Muslins; Panagon; Philagrame; Plush; Prints; Ratteene; St. Quintins linen; Scarlet cloth; Scotch plaids; Serge; Shaloon; Taffeta; Velvet.

-, coarse, duty on, 612.

Stuke, Robert, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Stukeley Magna (co. Huntingdon) Vicarage, 2076.

Stumbles, Henry, coastwaiter, London, 798, 859.

Sturick, John, rebel in the West, 416.

Sturmy, Henry, boatman, Fowey, 1555, 1827.

Sturry ("Sterry") (co. Kent), 1841, 1846.

Sturt (Stert), Anthony, senr., alderman, victualling Tangier, 13, 22, 28, 1601, 165, 193, 218, 222, 236, 308, 3179, 395, 407, 594, 646, 666, 828, 1166, 1263, 1267, 1284, 1315, 1341, 1364, 1382, 1439, 1570, 1590, 1615, 1659, 1714, 1734, 1750, 1785, 1813, 1834, 1871, 1877, 1900; loans by, 84, 92, 129, 534, 540, 542, 786, 2095.

-, -, junr., 84, 92, 129, 540, 2095, and see the references for Anthony, senr., from whom he is hardly distinguishable.

-, Jos., Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Stuthall, Richard, Nonconformity fine, 1959.

Styart, Peter, of Deptford, distiller, 1371.

Styche, Sir William, of Essex, baronet fee, 1613.

Styleman see Stileman.

Styles see Stiles.

Stysted see Stisted.

Subsidy and aulnage see Aulnage.

Sucad (candied fruits), 2022.

Suckling, Sir John, Receiver of the Alienation Office, 144, 1612.

Sudbury, Baron, see Fitz-Roy, H.

-, Sir John, baronet fee, 248.

Sudbury (co. Essex), 1676.

Suffield, John, paying the Portsmouth garrison, 483.

Suffolk, Earl of, see Howard, James.

-, Ann, mother and daughter, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Suffolk County, 83, 109, 201, 245, 248, 356, 434, 483, 612, 721, 870, 943, 945, 1015, 1152, 1240, 1394, 1621, 1684, 1724, 1757, 1790, 1819, 1821, 1894, 2028, 2058, 2138.

-, -, Excise, 276, 749.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 660, 749, 1312, 1688, see Goddard, T., Bigsby, J.

-, -, Justices of Peace, 1630.

-, -, Post fines, 90.

-, -, Quakers, 630.

- -, Recusants, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures see Clerk, E. and his father; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1805.

-, -, sheriffs, 118, 484.

Sugar, Nicholas, sede vacante Receiver of the temporalities of the Archbishop of York, 705, 741, 761, 765, 772, 911, 925, 941, 955, 967, 990, 1008, 1033, 1064, 1104, 1172, 1199, 1208, 1383, 1392, 1475, 1608, 1624, 1732, 1751, 1777, 1899, 1947, 1976, 2070, 2132 3.

Sugar, allowance of tare on, 197; allowance for waste, 340, 2150.
-, candy, 345, 349.
-, imports of, 212, 951.
-, Muscovado, 286, 1089.
-, of the Plantations, 286.
-, planters (Barbados and Ja maica) residing in London. 197.
-, plums, 1849.
-, refiners in England, 1885, 1919, 2173, see Molasses.
-, used as currency, 1730.
-, (and tobacco), duty on (I James II, c. 4), 286, 1718, 2160, 2164; collectors and Commissioners for see Excise; Register of loans on and issues out of, 694, 741, 749, 771, 797, 890, 894, 905, 921, 924, 927, 92931, 933, 939, 940, 947, 975, 981, 982, 1007, 1038, 1039, 1049, 1092, 1100, 1104, 1109, 1136, 1145, 1218, 1297, 1306, 1456, 1490, 1512, 1800; yield of the duty, 1166, 1505; proposals concerning the duty, 724.

Suicides estates see Escheated.

Sullivan (Soulavan), Daniel, volunteer out of Holland, 1814.

-, Derm, volunteer out of Holland, 1814.

Sully (Sulley), Josuah, rebel in the West, 422.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Summer Islands see Bermudas.

Summers see Sommers.

Summer see Somner.

Sumpter, Richard, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Sunace, Richard, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

Sunderland, Earl of, see Spencer, R.

Sunderland (co. Durham), 261, 936, 1476, 1550, 1556, 1766, 1889, 1949; water bailiff of, 109.

Sundon (co. Beds) Vicarage, 2074.

Sunninghill (co. Berks), 1983.

Sunter see Smiter.

Superannuation scheme for Excise officers, 1173.

Supers in accounts, nature of, 10434.

Superstitious uses forfeitures see Roman Catholics.

Supertunica for the Coronation, 69.

Supremacy see Oaths.

Surat (India), 51.

Surgeon to the King see King's (Surgeon).

Surplus see Hearthmoney (farm).

Surplusages of accounts, repayment of, 26.

-, records of, see Sheriffs' accounts.

Surrey, Hugh, and Company, Customs bonds, 745.

Surrey County, 57, 76, 161, 204, 275, 328, 376, 482, 494, 5012, 516, 577, 610, 621, 637, 659, 661, 726, 734, 735, 739, 877, 879, 885, 887, 942, 979, 1001, 1015, 1066, 1068, 1239, 1266, 1347, 1349, 1351, 1355, 1373, 1397, 1499, 1575, 1581, 1613, 1651, 1667, 1755, 1790, 1804, 1818, 1821, 1858, 1909, 1910, 1952, 1970, 1993, 2014, 2114, 2130, 2165.

- -, Archdeaconry, 1034, 1064.

- -, Excise, 1269, see Cock, R.

- -, Hearthmoney, 205.

- -, Justice of Peace, 1614.

- -, Post fines, 90.

- -, Quakers, 630.

- -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, 1581, see Thornhill, H.

- -, - Assessments, 1160, see Coke, R.

- -, Recusants, Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1695, 18034.

- -, sheriffs, 1667.

Survey of the coast see Collins, Capt. G.

-, Court of (manorial), 1818.

Surveyor General see Crown Lands, Woods, Works.

Suspension or postpone of Household or departmental or other payments (1677), 440: (167984) 404; and see Retrenchments; in the Navy see Navy (postpone); suspension of the Queen Dowager's waiters' tables (16778), 526.

Sussex, Earl of, see Lennard, T.

Sussex County, 64, 143, 146, 177, 200, 233, 276, 349, 380, 469, 523, 637, 641, 659, 691, 739, 759, 767, 772, 841, 870, 877, 888, 1266, 1365, 1396, 1499, 1581, 1756, 1817, 1839, 1866.

- -, coast, Customs establishment, 72830.

- -, Excise, 140.

- -, Hearthmoney Receiver, see Amy, Mr.

- -, Justices of Peace, 140.

- -, Post fines, 90.

- -, Quakers, 630.

- -, Receiver of Crown Revenues see Thornhill, H.

- -, Recusants, Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1696.

Sutherland (Southerland), Mr., Quartermaster, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 846.

Sutting, Henry, shipmaster, 1587.

Sutton, Charles, waiter, Holyhead, 1330.

-, Edward, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Sir Edward, see Vanderker, 411.

-, Henry, shipowner, 2112, 2119.

-, John, clerk to comptroller of Lyme Regis, 680, 1046.

-, -, surveyor, Selby, 901, 1624.

-, -, shipowner, Barbados, 1994.

-, -, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2127.

-, Jona., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, purser of the Woolwich, 295.

-, -, shipowner, 2081.

-, William, searcher, Sandwich port, 1298.

-, -, lease of Byfleet House, Surrey, 5767, 605.

Sutton (co. Berks), 637.
-, (co. Kent), 884, 886; Homehurst, 884.
-, (co. Lancs), 1022.
-, (co. Lincoln), 1774.
-, (co. Somerset), 2005.
-, (co. Wilts), 1915.
-, at Hone (co. Kent), 1788.
-, Coldfield (co. Warwick), 1124.
-, Pool (Plymouth), lease of, 595, 672, 1121.
-, under Whitstone Cliff (co. Yorks), 2007.

Suttonsrath (Fassidinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Swaby, Robert, waterman (? London), 349.

Swaddon, Thomas, co. Wilts, fine for fraud, 1023, 1164.

Swaffham Bulbeck (co. Cambridge), 19212.

-, Prior (co. Cambridge), 1921, 1923.

Swakeleys manor, Ickenham, co. Bucks, 1748, 2028.

Swale (Swaile), Philip, Receiver of Crown Revenues, Durham and Northumberland, 1215.

-, Sir Solomon, baronet fee, 850, 1006; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982; ditto, co. Durham, 1805.

-, -, grandfather of Sir Solomon, 1006.

Swale Hall (South Stainley, co. Yorks), 850, 1006.

Swan, Barnaby, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Humfry, Navy stores, 1730.

-, Robert, gent., Worcester flight pension, 277, 312, 315, 442, 614, 661, 664, 678, 786, 794, 903, 906, 1063, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1494, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1878, 1881, 1991, 1999.

-, William, Quaker, co. Essex, 633.

-, Sir William, of Southfleet, baronet fee, 634, 637.

Swan's skin lining for dress, 2114.

Swanage (co. Dorset), 613, 622, 1827.

Swanley manor, Sutton at Hone (co. Kent), 1788.

Swansborough (Swansbury), Ruth, Tangier debt, 386.

-, William, Tangier soldier, 1229.

Swansea (co. Glamorgan), 88, 443, 448, 798, 904, 959, 976, 1045; coal exports to Jersey and Guernsey, 99, 109.

Swanton, Lawrence, Commissioner for Western rebels' estates, 414, 1509, 1683; Clerk of Assize, co. Hants, 1056, 1091, 1189, 1757.

-, Thomas, collector, Falmouth and Penzance, 2034.

Swasfield, Nath., rebel in the West, 416, 424.

Swatkin, John, senr., Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Sweden, 851, 888, 1354, 1998.
-, Ambassadors to and from see Ambassadors.
-, Colleges, State, officers of, 366.
-, English merchants in, 366.
-, King's birthday, 184, 366.
-, - and Queen's servants, 3667.
-, Master of Ceremonies, 367.
-, Resident from, at Hamburg, 269.
-, ships bought from, 2081.

Sweet (Sweate), Mr., Excise officer, 816, 819.

-, Mr., sutler, Tangier, debt to inhabitants, 846.

-, Richard, of Taunton, rebel in the West, 418, 2006.

-, Robert, junr., rebel in the West, 423.

-, William, rebel in the West, 423.

Sweet bags, 1181, 1974.

Sweetapple, John, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2127.

Sweeting, Hen., Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 419.

-, William, clerk in the Foreign Post Office, 1284, 1971.

Swift, John, shipowner, 212, 1009.

-, Mr., Crown Law payment, 1067, 1068.

-, Richard, of New Inn, surety of S. Lilly, 253, 375.

-, William, quaryman's place, London, 837; lease, London, 1213; bill on J. Hind, 1465.

Swinborn, John, tenant, Durham, 1216.

Swindall, Nicholas, of Breedon on the Hill, 2074.

-, Thomas, Vicar of Breedon on the Hill, 2074.

Swineshead (co. Lincoln), 1320, 14556.

Swineside (Coverham, co. Yorks), mines in, 10656, 1261.

Swingfield (co. Kent), 887.

Swinglar, Margaret, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Swinhoe, Gilbert, searcher, Budle, Ber wick, 1155, 2070.

-, John, waiter, Sharperton, 2158.

Swinley Rails see Windsor Forest.

Swinney, Morgan, innholder, bail for J. Buckeridge, 2002.

Swinshead, Robert, rector of Preston, co. Yorks, 2085.

Swinock, Samuel, merchant, fine for riot, 1651.

Swiss Guards of the Pope, 1897; at Paris, 2072.

-, servants of the English Ambassador in France, 574, 8923.

Sword blades, import of, 316, 669, 689, 701, 1655, 1667, 1733; prohibition of, 316, 810; export of, 747.

Swords for the Coronation, 70; Curtana, 70.

Swyncombe (co. Oxford), 454.

Sydenham (Sidenham), Mr., proposal about lead, 171.

-, Sir John, bart., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1892.

Syderfen see Sidderfen.

Sydey, James, trooper, Tangier, 1875.

Sydney see Sidney.

Sykes, John, tidewaiter's place, London, 1211.

Syliarde, Lieut. Col., goods for, out of Holland, 1869.

Sylva, de, Monsieur, Edward Backwell's debt to, in Holland, 725.

Sylvester see Silvester.

Sylvius see Silvius.

Symball (Simball), Isaac, of St. Martins in the Fields, fine on, 1243, 1504, 1640, 1911, 1919, 19434.

Symecock, Robert, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

Symerell, William, soldier, St. Christopher, 62.

Symes (Simes), Anthony, Trowbridge, 125.

-, Frances, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 415.

-, John, lands, Ellingham, 1509.

-, Thomas, father of John, lands, Ellingham, 1509.

Symms (Syms), see Simms.

Symonds, Symons see Simonds and Fitz Simonds.

Symondsbury (co. Dorset), 2003.

Symondshill (co. Chester), 1662.

Sympson see Simpson.

Syng (Sing), Edward, capturing T.

Dangerfield, 394; Crown Law payment, 1046.

Synnott, James, Irish pension, 1747.

Syracuse wine, 1849.