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D

Dackins (Duckins), Francis, underkeeper, Epping Forest, 14

Da Costa. See Costa.

Dacres, Henry, of Lannerd Course, horses of, seized, 573.

-, Thomas, lands, Theobalds, 102.

-, Sir Thomas, lands, Theobalds, 102.

Dafforne, Isaac, Accomptant General of Excise, 610.

Dagg
-, John, collector, Padstow port, 99
-, Penryn port, 263.

Dagger and Shield, co. Norfolk, 1631.

Daguard. See Dugard.

Daines (Diones), William, of Bristol, merchant, 1394.

Daintree. See Daventry.

Dale, co. Pembroke, 911.

Dale, Cornelius, Hearthmoney collector, 1729.

-, George, custodiam lease, Ashburton, 709.

-, Nathaniel, tidesman, London port, 923.

-, Samuel, landwaiter, London port, 922.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 176.

Dallison
-, Dame Katherine, loan by, 1354
-, royal bounty for, 1346.

Dalrymple, James, Lord Stair, 113.

-, Sir John, Secretary for Scotland, horses etc. of, 1886.

Dalston, Christopher, storekeeper of Carlisle garrison, 573.

-, Thomas, waiter and searcher, Carlisle port, 1585.

Dalton, , payment to, for lodging money, 970.

-, -, widow, lands in Peterborough Level, 596, 597.

-, George, deserter from the Irish Army, 1683.

-, Richard, Comptroller General of Wine Licence Revenue, 423, 873
-, loans to the Exchequer, 584, 632, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1981, 1986, 1989, 1991, 2007.

-, Thomas, loan by, 2003.

Damaseen, Alex., Chamber payment to, 1333.

Damask
-, 710
-, impositions on, 1098.

Dambois, , French Reformed officer, 295, 1597.

Damsell, William, tidesman, London port, 923.

Danby
-, Earl of. See Osborne, P.
-, Osborne, T.

Danckarts, Jo., commissary of English letter posts at the Hague, 1666.

Danckelman, [Thomas Ernst], envoy extraordinary of the Elector of Brandenburg, 612.

Danding, Edward, shipmaster, 1865.

Danes (Deanes), William, convicted of treason and pardoned, 1552.

- See also Deanes.

Dangilbaud, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Daniell, , ship's captain, 152.

-, Edward, shipmaster, 902.

-, Ingleby, searcher, Hull port, 47, 109, 223, 245, 279, 284, 1400.

-, Joshua or Jonas, shipmaster, 780, 884.

-, Sir Peter, loan by, 2007.

-, Peter, shipmaster, 1789.

-, -, loans by, 1973, 2003.

-, Robert, an outlaw, 713.

-, Sir Thomas, rent of St. John's Wood, Chipping Wycombe, 1348.

-, Thomas, one of the owners of the St. Jago de la Victoria, 853.

-, -, one of the King's falconers, 267.

-, -, ship's commander, 1382.

-, William, landwaiter, London port, 255.

Dann, Thomas, commander of the Yarmouth smack, 277.

Dannald, Robert, searcher, Faversham, 104.

Dansays, Francis, waiter, Hastings, 246.

Dantley. See Dauntsey.

Danvers, , pretension to Dauntsey manor, 360, 369, 516.

-, -, holding tallies on Hearthmoney arrears, 970, 1050.

-, Charles, shipmaster, 138.

-, -, solicitor for the 12d. Aid, cos. Bedford, Bucks and Oxford, 267, 1234, 1273, 1306
-, Hearthmoney receiver, 1383.

-, -, recorder of Devizes, 1473.

-, Elizabeth, widow of M. Miller, 1711.

-, John, Excise Commissioner, 82, 218, 278.

-, Sir John, attainder of, 579
-, Dauntsey manor, 579, 678, 685
-, forfeiture of all lands of, 685
-, share of lands, Bermudas, 10.

-, Rowland, captain, petition for Army payment due to, 860, 1137.

-, Samuel, King's waiter's place, London port, 90.

Danzig
-, Germany, 872
-, oak and fir from, 1399.

Dapers, , French Reformed officer, 295.

Darby (Darbie, Derby), , lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

-, Daniel, boatman, Yarmouth, 927
-, commander of Customs, smack, 1277, 1286.

-, John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Dorset, 133, 252, 262, 458, 526, 565, 568, 604, 726, 766, 975, 1091, 1273, 1306, 1474, 1541.

-, Nathaniel, shipmaster, 1892, 1922.

-, Paul, Army clothing, 617, 658, 836, 1783, 1945
-, bills, 750
-, loans by, 617-8, 697, 821, 824, 845, 1999, 2000.

-, Richard, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Darcy, Bridget, widow of John, pension for, 1569-70, 1753.

-, John, 1569-70.

-, Philip, commissioner for prizes, 377, 649, 650, 1060, 1147, 1219, 1371
-, pension, 418.

-, Thomas, of Tolleshunt Darcy, 332.

Dardistown, co. Meath, 1521.

Darell. See Darrell.

Darene, , captain, payment for, 1930.

Dargillers, , captain, Army pension, 255.

Darke, Richard, tidesman, Exeter, 662.

Darlin (Durlin), Hugh, lands in Peterborough Level, 596, 598.

Darlington, co. Durham, 336.

Darlington, Arthur, of Chester, 374, 502.

Darnel, , counsel for Mr. Lomb, 418.

Darragan, Sebastian, French Reformed officer, 295.

Darrell
-, (Darell), Edw., stationer to the Hearthmoney Office, 164, 519
-, ditto to the Excise Office, 278, 1950
-, loans by, 1675, 1676, 1743, 1914, 1931, 1947.

Dartmouth
-, co. Devon, 12, 100, 121, 144, 161, 237, 282, 326, 464, 540, 567, 571, 578, 698, 741, 774, 784, 788, 946, 1277, 1286, 1612, 1841, 1897
-, agent for prizes at. See Bower, T.
-, Carter, W.
-, Customs officers at, 662
-, Henry VII.'s perpetuity to Clifton, Dartmouth and Hardness, 265, 910
-, place appointed to receive seamen, 1009.

Dartmouth Castle
-, 192, 1219
-, garrison at, fire and candle for, 1482
-, Governor of, 1482. See also Roope, N.

Dartmouth, Lord. See Legge, G.

Dashwood, Lady Ann, loan by, 1997.

-, Fra., loan by, 2006.

-, Sir Robert, caveat concerning estate of T. Price, 2018.

-, Sir Samuel, 409
-, Excise Commissioner, 273, 366, 409, 833, 1098, 1349
-, executor of Samuel, 2018
-, loans by (City of London loans), 35, 37, 53, 55, 68, 73, 273, 292, 296, 307, 366, 367, 369, 421, 583, 594, 682, 690, 747, 882, 935, 965, 1652, 1684, 1743, 1958, 1972, 1987, 1990, 2004, 2006
-, sheriff of London, 819.

-, Samuel, deceased, 2018.

-, Tho., loan by, 2006.

Dassell
-, Samuel, waiter and searcher, Weymouth, 661, 1491
-, landwaiter, Lyme Regis, 1491
-, register of certificates, Jersey, 1877.

Datselar, John van, Customs place, 154.

Dauge, Gabriel, payment for, 1802.

Daulton, Benjamin, commissioner for derelict lands in the Humber, 445.

Daunils, , French Reformed officer, 295, 1597.

Daunt, Daniel, commander of Customs smack, Yarmouth, 1277.

-, John, waiter, Whitby port, 285, 1701
-, surveyor etc., Bridlington, 1701.

Dauntsey
-, Dantley, co. Wilts, manor of, 360, 516, 579, 678, 685
-, arrears, 1674
-, survey of, 579.

Davall, Peter, agent to Meloniere's regiment, 1668, 1720.

Davenant
-, Charles, Excise Commissioner, 190, 218, 278
-, Hearthmoney debt from Bredwardine manor, 1420.

-, Sir William, Poet Laureate, 1950.

Daventry, Daintree, co. Northants, 461, 603, 1471.

Davers, Sir Robert, plantation of, in Barbados, 861.

Davey (Davy), Daniel, tidesman's place, Exeter, 221.

David, John, superstitious lands in Llantilio Crossenny, 472.

-, Philip, superstitious lands in Clytha, Llanarth, 471.

Davies (Davis, Davys), , money due to French Church in the Savoy, 1050.

-, -, bill of exchange drawn on, 1214.

-, Christopher, receiver of Crown revenues, cos. Cornwall and Devon, 208, 217, 261, 269, 534, 1122
-, grant of receivership revoked, 827.

-, David, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 780, 1732.

-, Edward, superstitious lands in Bettws, 470.

-, -, and others, money and plate seized from, 983, 984
-, petition of, against seizure as pirates, 1027-30, 1561.

-, Francis, coastwaiter's place, London port, 188.

-, Sir George, consul at Naples, 343.

-, George, weighing porter, London port, 831.

-, Grace, petition for admission into matron's lodgings, Chelsea Hospital, 1194.

-, Henry, interim commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 291, 320, 681.

-, -, wine imports, 86, 158.

-, -, refugee from Ireland, 542-3.

-, -, an outlaw, 853.

-, -, ordnance bill payable to, 1322.

-, Hercules, captain, 80, 86.

-, Humphrey, tidesman, Scarborough, 929, 1465.

-, Isaac, of Bristol, merchant, 1343, 1558.

-, Jane, royal bounty for, 1345, 1355.

-, John, of London, surety for J. St. John, 461.

-, -, treasure trove, co Surrey, 326.

-, -, secretary to the Lords Justices, Ireland, 968, 969.

-, -, in the pillory at Buckingham, 1412, 1451.

-, -, tidesman, Newcastle, 1342.

-, -, fined for misdemeanour, 1605.

-, Manwaring, custodiam lease, co. Kent, 709.

-, Maurice, receiver of assessments, co. Merioneth, 1765.

-, Peter, landwaiter's place, London port, 198.

-, -, landwaiter, Bristol, 985.

-, Richard, examiner, inwards, London port, 921
-, examiner of new imposts on sugar and tobacco, 922.

-, Robert, superstitious lands in Bettws, 470.

-, -, Customs officer, co. Devon, 721.

-, -, commissioner for superstitious lands, cos. Hereford, Flint etc., 732.

-, -, money belonging to the French Church in the Savoy, 1106.

-, -, petition of, 1673.

-, -, Deputy Provost Marshal, 1868.

-, Rowland, collector, Cardiff, 926.

-, Samuel, waterman, London port, 923.

-, Simon, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Cardigan, 1413, 1599.

-, Thomas, noontender, London port, 923.

-, -, a messenger of the Chamber, 1242, 1284, 1334.

-, -, house of, Piccadilly, 1821.

-, -, surveyor, Portsmouth port, 201.

-, Walter, doorkeeper, House of Lords, 1732.

-, William of Drysallwyn, 249, 460
-, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Carmarthen, 758, 764, 774.

-, -, captain, owner of the Blossom, 491.

Davison (Davyson), James, ship's captain, adventurous voyage of, 493.

-, John, boatman, Newcastle port, 551.

-, -, invention for draining land, 745.

-, Timothy, of Newcastle, merchant, 1204.

Davyhulme, co. Lancaster, 460.

Davys. See Davies.

Daw
-, Edmund, commissioner for assessments, co. Somerset, 1471
-, surety for C. Brawne and T. Allen, 1541.

Dawes (Daws), George, commissioner for superstitious lands, co. Lancs etc., 344.

-, Samuel, surveyor's place, Plymouth port, 270.

-, William, surety for E. Jolly, 252.

Dawkes, John, watchman, London port, 923.

Dawkins (Dawkin), Ben., boat an and tidesman, Swansea, 926.

-, Edward, lands in Farcet, 598.

Dawley
-, Henry, of Langston, 975, 1472
-, commissioner for New Forest encroachments, 1384.

Dawling, Thomas, late undersheriff, co. Kent, estate of, under distraint, 779.

Dawlish, co. Devon, 662.

Dawson, , Army clothing, 622.

-, Mris., dresser to Queen Mary Beatrice, 120.

-, John, tenant, Cheveley, 1075
-, waggon in the hands of, 1075.

-, -, a page of the Presence, 1128.

-, Peter, postmaster of York, 606, 614.

-, Thomas, sub-commissionership of prizes, 1707.

-, -, of Leyland, 881.

-, Tristram, waiter and searcher, Rochester port, 1795.

Dawtrey, Edward, chief boatman, Littlehampton, 924, 1950.

Day, George, coastwaiter, London port, 196.

-, Thomas, 497.

D'Cone. See Delon.

Deacon, William, shipmaster, 1758.

Deakle, , woollen draper, 535.

Deal
-, co. Kent, 70, 106, 110, 196, 209, 332, 715, 848, 861, 1240, 1503, 1580
-, abuse of Customs officers at, 1062, 1150, 1153
-, beach, 8, 155
-, Castle, 8, 475
-, collector at. See Waring, J.
-, derelict lands, 360, 361, 452, 475, 2009
-, inquisition relating to, 361
-, Sea Valley, 475.

Dealtree, Richard, waiter and searcher, Clovelly, 925.

Dean, Forest of, 586-7.

Act of Parliament for, 1156.

Ale Cunner, 1682.

Badcock's Baily, 1496.

cabins and cottages, 1157.

Chestnut Coppice, 587, 1496.

coalpits, 1156, 1496.

colliers, 1496.

commission for, 1156, 1226, 1495.

Conservator and Supervisor of, 1198. See also Wolseley, W.

courts held in, 1496.

Edghills, 1496.

enclosures in, 1156.

felling in, 1198, 1496, 1583, 1700.

Forest Courts, 1157.

forest weeds in, 901.

Gawle, 1682.

iron works in, 1682.

keepers, 147, 299, 1198, 1202.

Lea Baily, 587, 1156, 1496.

lime kilns, 1157.

Malescott, 1330.

money to be raised in, for ordnance works, 1021, 1496.

names of inclosures etc., in, 1497.

Navy timber, 586-7, 606.

nurseries of timber in, 139, 586, 1156.

officers of, salaries, 1156.

pits and quarries, 1157.

Ruardean, 1496.

Speech House, lodge, 586, 587, 1496
-, keeper, 40.

supervisorship of, 2010.

survey of, 1156-7.

underwoods in, lease of, 1047.

wastes and spoils, 1156.

wood sales, 738-9, 1495-7, 1544, 1583, 1592, 1682
-, allowances in account of, 1225-6.

Worcester Lodge, 1496.

York Lodge, 1496.

Dean, co. Kent, manor, 804.

Dean, , Army captain, 1858, 1872.

-, James, merchant, 1172, 1824.

-, John or Joseph, debtor to the Crown, 1086, 1205.

-, William, chapel in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 168.

-, -, farmer of the Lotteries, 1817, 1822.

Deanes
-, James, agent to the Royal Regiment of Foot, 1089, 1924
-, Army clothing, 1835.

-, See also Danes.

Dearing. See Dering.

Decaux, James, felt hats laden by, 545.

Decca, Nabob of, 508.

Declaration. See Oath and Declaration.

Declew, John, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Decow, Peter, lands in Whittlesey, 598.

Dedfort. See Deptford.

Dee
-, River, commission for lands overflown at spring tide, 1336, 1433
-, waste lands, 1468.

Deeds
-, Julius, mayor of Hythe, 1623, 1699
-, loan by, 2001.

Deeping, lease of, 1796.

Deeping Fen, co. Lincoln, assessment of tenants of, 567.

Deeplake
-, Jonathan, Customs officer, Harwich, 1553
-, boatman, Rochester, 1654.

Deeplowe, William, witness to the Duke of Grafton's will, 902.

Deere, Reynold, of Wenvoe, 249, 457.

Deering. See Dering.

De Gelder. See Gelder.

Degraue, John, hops laden by, 545.

Delabadie
-, James, grant to, of 14 years' benefit of an engine for beautifying cloths etc., 486
-, a Papist in rms against the King, 486
-, engine for napping cloth belonging to, 1419.

Delabere, John, commissioner for assessments, co. Gloucester, 1474.

Delafons, , captain, pay for, 1121.

Delahay, Mris., houses of, St. James's Park, 1948.

Delalers, Isaac, of London, merchant, 468.

-, Jacob, of London, merchant, 468.

Delamer, Walker, major, custodiam lease, Ireland, 1573-4.

Delamere, Lord. See Booth, H.

Delamere Forest. See Mara and Mondren.

Delamot, Jos., peas for the Navy, 712, 730.

Delap, Gilbert, refugee from Ireland, 181.

Delaval
-, Sir Ralph, commissioner for assessments, co. Northumberland, 233
-, Rear-Admiral, 708, 1376.

Delawafer
-, Lionel, money and plate seized from, 984
-, petition of, against seizure as a pirate, 1027-30, 1561.

Delaware, postal service in, 1426.

Delawood, William, loan by, 2007.

Delft ware, 107, 780.

Deligny, Antho., surety for J. Thompson, 1371.

Dell, Thomas, lodge, Theobalds, 102.

Delm, John, loans by, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1994, 2001.

Deloches, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Delon (D'Cone), , captain, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Delong, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Delow, Arthur, major, half pay, Ireland, 191.

Demassas (Demassus), , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Denbigh, county of, 129.

Chief Justice and Second Justice of, 144, 245, 330, 333.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments for, 234, 250, 324, 327, 460, 569, 571, 602, 977, 1474, 1540.

sheriff, 571. See also Middleton, Sir R.
-, Robinson, W.

superstitious lands in, 732.

Denbigh lands, steward of, 7, 21.

Denbigh, manor and lordship of, 1217, 1405, 1513.

Denchurch. See Dymchurch.

Dengie, co. Essex, hundred of, 332, 733.

Denham, Edward, petition of, for Customs place, Ireland, 704.

-, John, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

-, Nicholas, surveyor, Newcastle, 929, 1307.

Denmark, ambassadors. See Ambassadors.

commissaries (three) from, 548.

Court of, 316.

Danish prisoners in Abbeville, 635.

drums and fife, 340.

envoys, memorials from, 419.

Forces of, in England, account of issues to, 427, 671, 675, 867, 911, 993, 1490, 1701.

additional troopers for horse regiments, 1907.

arms for, 964, 1024.

carriages for, 675.

clothing, 433, 913, 980, 989, 996, 1003, 1013, 1025.

Commissary General. See Rosenheim.

deduction of pay, 437, 675-6.

ensign of, escaping from France, 989.

in the northern counties, 1849.

issues for, 66, 69, 71, 75, 247, 325, 329, 333, 341, 357, 358, 361, 362, 363, 364-5, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 373, 374, 377, 378, 395, 419, 431, 438, 440, 445, 464, 476, 477, 481, 484, 489, 494, 500, 502, 509, 510, 513, 516, 520, 521, 530-1, 534, 541, 542, 576-7, 611, 623, 672, 677, 690-1, 794, 827, 884, 993, 1078, 1435, 1461, 1467, 1507, 1563, 1567.

memorial concerning, 1062.

musters, commissaries of. See Butts, D.
-, Franks
-, Marshall
-, Righton.

officers of, payments for, 1069, 1103, 1141, 1212, 1435.

prisoners in France, 876, 883, 1223.

tents for, 964, 1024, 1053, 1069, 1078, 1139.

transportation of, from Scotland, 867, 1057.

transports for, 464, 675.

Forces in Ireland. See IrelandArmy.

in Scotland. See ScotlandArmy.

King of, 1057.

chaplain to, 340.

going to Holstein, 1057.

secretary of, 1095.

subsidy to, 56, 462, 476.

Prince and Princess of. See Anne
-, George.

Queen Christina, 340, 1057.

ship of, seized, 1053.

treaty of alliance, 1057.

treaty of commerce, 340.

concerning troops, 476-7, 1057.

treaties and unions with, by the Duke of Holstein, 1057, 1272.

Denn, William, money for the Forces in Ireland, 691.

Dennis (Denys), , purchase of trees in New Forest, 428, 429.

-, Anne, loan by, 1354
-, royal bounty for, 1346.

-, Nicholas, custodiam lease, Highbray, 1187
-, ditto, Frithelstock, 1366.

Denny, Thomas, lieutenant, half pay, Ireland, 191.

Denope, , colonel, regiment of, 1121.

Denroilus, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Dent, , London correspondent of R. Henley, 1053.

-, Richard, landwaiter, London port, 1063.

-, William, abbot of St. Mary's, York, temp. Henry VIII., 1532.

Dentilly, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Denton, co. Kent, township of, 805.

Denton, Thomas, commissioner for assessments, co. Cumberland, 1475.

Denwall, Chester port, 284, 292, 300, 304.

Denys. See Dennis.

Deodands, grant of, to the King's Almoner, 92, 319.

Deppe, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Deptford, Dedfort, co. Kent, 468, 524, 680, 779, 782, 784, 870, 1130.

Brick Close, 1797.

decayed ships at, 1784.

disorders by soldiers at, 1810.

lease of lands in, 1460.

Red House, 1914.

Says Court, 1797.

West Bromfield, 1797.

See also Greenwich.

Derby, county of, 130, 151, 456.

Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.
-, Morris, H.

lead mines in, regality of, 236.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 233, 459, 568, 605, 974, 1473, 1542.

superstitious lands in, 344.

Derby, co. Derby, inquisition taken at, 1265.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, W.

- See also Darby.

Dere, Martel van, French Reformed officer, 294.

Dereham
-, Sir Thomas, Court Post, 192, 198
-, allowance for extraordinary attendance, 1637
-, comptroller, Lyme Regis port, 1275, 1400, 1852.

Derelict lands. See Discoveries.

Dering (Dearing, Deering, Dereing), , refusal to let Excise Commissioners examine his books, 391.

-, -, colonel, payment for, 529
-, regiment of, 548, 1069, 1077, 1078, 1104, 1145, 1154
-, repairing magazine at Carrickfergus, 968.

-, Charles, Comptroller of Hearthmoney, 499, 626, 755-6, 1153
-, Commissioner for Prizes, 649, 1060
-, Auditor General, Ireland, 1508, 1692, 1812, 1893
-, debt owed by, to the Crown, 1485.

-, Damaris, widow, Customs place for her son, 93.

-, Sir Edward, receiver of Crown revenues, cos. Suffolk and Cambridge, 40, 59, 226, 302, 847, 862
-, ditto, for London and Middlesex, 118, 125
-, suspended, 189
-, suspension revoked, 844.

-, -, regiment of, 908, 1031, 1138, 1379, 1410, 1901.

-, Sir Henry, Commissioner for Wine Licences, 955.

-, Lady, widow of Sir Edward, 908.

Dermott. See MacDermot.

Derow, William, ship's commander, 1266.

Derry. See Londonderry.

Derry River
-, Ireland, breaking the boom on. See Browning, M.
-, swimming up the, to Londonderry. See Roche, J.

Dertford. See Greenwich.

Desbonnaus, Alexander Duroure, loan by, 623.

Desbouviere (Desbouiere, Desboiere, Desboniere), Sir Edward, loans by, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1995.

-, William, loan by, 1981
-, bill presented by, for gunpowder, 1119.

Desbrough, John, witness to the Duke of Grafton's will, 902.

Descorviac, , French Reformed officer, 295.

Desloges, , tents etc. for the Danes, 1069, 1078.

Desmarais or De Marais, Madame, payment for, on account of husband's pay, 1223, 1226.

Desmonard, Esteen, Yeoman of the Bows and Guns, 1128.

Desmoulins, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Desmyniers
-, (Dosmyniers), Robert, collector, Newhaven, 525, 702, 801
-, surveyor of Cork, 850.

Desprize, Franois Baudouin, Sieur. See Baudouin.

Dethick, Henry, Richmond Herald, 1312, 1826.

Devenish
-, Benjamin, captain, 1556, 1782
-, killed at Aughrim, 1739.

-, Francis, major, 1556, 1782
-, killed at Aughrim, 1739.

-, Henry, executor of Benjamin and Francis, 1556, 1739, 1782.

-, John, York Herald, 1312.

-, Robert, York Herald, 1826.

De Vere, Aubrey, Earl of Oxford, 1352, 1750.

colonel of the Royal Regiment of Horse, 1556, 1624, 1799.

a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 330, 349, 609, 863, 1157, 1158, 1765, 1770, 1781, 1855, 1860, 1872.

caveat concerning a murderer's estate, 2017.

house of, encroachment of, 2013.

lease of Spring Garden, 1187, 1484.

lease, Wallingford House, 1414.

loan by, 1158.

pension, 21, 173, 272, 345, 551, 719, 833, 967, 1081, 1212, 1328, 1436, 1574, 1714, 1907.

petition of, concerning his regiment, 1630.

regiment of, 170, 677, 689, 744, 1032, 1503, 1579, 1694, 1703, 1802, 1884, 1918, 1943.

-, Diana, Countess of Oxford, lease, Havering Park (in 1626), 1955.

Devereux, Edward, 8th Viscount Hereford, steward of Mallaen etc., 122.

-, Walter, seizure of wool by, 524, 1099
-, goods seized by, 1221, 1255.

Devese, , French refugee, Army pension, 336.

Devet. See Devitt.

Devill, Francis, escape of, from Galloway, 969.

Devillie, Peter, of London,merchant, 281.

Devitt (Devet), Mary, tea and lace of, seized, 450, 748-9.

Devizes
-, co. Wilts, 251
-, mayor of, commissioner for assessments, 1473
-, receiver of assessments for, 568, 602, 1473.

Devon, county of, 17, 127, 146, 205, 240, 307, 322, 464.

Customs of, 99.

Excise officers, 104, 181, 205, 213.

gentry and freeholders of, 1767.

lace factories in, 1041-2.

raising seamen in, 1553.

Receivers General, of Crown revenues, 208, 261.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 130, 233, 250, 328, 458, 568, 604, 975, 1474, 1540.

sandy and oozey lands in, 1767.

sheriffs of, 739.

superstitious lands in, 515.

tin. See Tin.

undersheriff of. See Gibbons.

Devonshire, Countess of. See Cavendish, Mary.

-, Earl of. See Cavendish, W.

Devonshire, Christo., shipmaster, 1935.

Dewe (Due), John, et al., petition of, concerning tea, 1172, 1361.

Dewell, Isaac, noontender, London port, 1699.

-, Samuel, tidesman, London port, 923, 1624.

Dewey
-, Benjamin, landwaiter, Poole port, 230
-, surveyor etc., Isle of Man, 1418, 1419
-, surveyor, Ipswich port, 1585.

-, James, commissioner for New Forest encroachments, 1384
-, commissioner for general enquiry into New Forest, 1550.

Dewick, John, tidesman, Hull port, 929.

De Wild. See Wild.

De Witt. See Wild.

Dewstoe, William, landwaiter's place, Falmouth port, 98.

Deymon, William, of Tiverton, 1657.

Deyrell, Richard, hosier, 1200.

Deyrun (Dyrun), Asenzio, shipmaster, 1580, 1880.

Diamond, Richard, provisions for West Indies, 1751.

Diapers, impositions on, 1098.

Dickens
-, (Dicken, Dickins), Francis woodward of New Forest, 47, 48, 49, 240, 407-9, 440, 594, 662, 1278, 1335, 1615, 1632, 1691
-, commissioner for New Forest encroachments, 1329
-, petition of, for a lease, 915, 1812, 1820, 1941
-, spoils in New Forest, 428, 429, 440, 528.

-, Thomas, surveyor's place, Lynn Regis, 323
-, searcher, Ipswich, 921, 939, 1502.

-, -, surveyor of Excise, 611.

Dickenson, , revenue, Ireland, 388.

-, -, cordage and cables at Plymouth, 516.

-, Francis, waiter and searcher, Uphill, Bristol, 634.

-, George, Customs collector, Plymouth, 540, 552, 662
-, seizure by, of prize goods, 874.

-, Henry, taxes, co. York, 314.

-, William, waiter and searcher, Hoylake, 931.

-, -, clerk ingrosser to the Works, 1311, 1828.

-, -, apothecary, 1820, 1904.

Dide, la, captain, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Dieppe, France, 1391.

Diets. See Privy Seal.

Digby, Ann, Countess Dowager of Bristol, annuity to, 15, 109, 116, 548, 1342.

-, John, Earl of Bristol, Lord Lieutenant, co. Dorset, 1606.

-, -, collector of fee farm rents, 1038, 1444
-, clerk to the trustees of fee farm rents, 1620, 1625
-, to give an account, 1318.

-, -, jun., receivership of Crown revenues, cos. Hereford, Worcester etc., 202, 226, 232, 1339.

-, Sir Kenelm, chancellor of Queen Henrietta Maria, 943.

-, Simon, bishop of Limerick, grant to, of arrears of Elphin bishopric, 1441-2.

-, William, Lord Digby, assessments, co. Warwick, 1868.

Digle, Richard, lands, Crowland, 596.

Digling, Thomas, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Dignox, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Dilke, Francis, landwaiter's place, 886.

- See also Wentworth.

Dillingham, John, loans by, 1984, 1985.

Dillon
-, Carey, Earl of Roscommon, father of, 945
-, loan by, 1975, pay for, 1014, 1021
-, regiment of, 560, 830, 945, 1021, 1031, 1626, 1684.

Dilman, Alexander, landwaiter's place, London port, 96.

Dimity, 710.

Dingestow, co. Monmouth, 471.

Diones. See Daines.

Dioness
-, Deborah, widow, chocolate of, from Holland, 1156
-, re-exportation of chocolate by, 1245, 1298, 1394.

Disbanding Act. See Army.

Discoveries
-, of concealed Crown lands, lands left derelict by the sea, etc., 8, 35, 39, 170, 273, 287, 335, 360-1, 370, 381, 424, 445, 452, 678, 790, 872, 1824-5, 2010, 2011
-, for discoveries of lands granted to superstitious uses, see Roman Catholics.

Dishforth, co. York, 659.

Disney, , payment for the three daughters of, 1734.

-, Gervase, lease of lands, co Lincoln, 938.

Dissenters, money levied on, 57, 59, 74, 1143. See also Dockwra.

Distillers, servants of, not to be pressed, 549-50.

Ditcheat, co. Somerset, 1541.

Ditchfield, John, landwaiter, London port, 922.

Dive. See Dyve.

Dixie, Edward, late dean of Kilmore, 1822.

-, Thomas, captain, arrears of pay, 1629, 1822, 1856.

Dixon, Thomas, tidewaiter's place, London port, 98.

-, William, commissioner for waste lands, cos. Chester and Flint, 1336.

Dixton, Dixon, co. Monmouth, land called "Langunvill" in, 469.

Dixwell
-, Sir Basil, of Broome, Auditor of Excise, 1202
-, deputy to. See Brewer, G.

Dobbins, , late of the Duke of Bolton's regiment, 875.

-, Daniel, waiter's place, London port, 1228.

-, Edward, shipmaster, 1824.

-, Thomas, work at Chelsea Hospital, 1262, 1289, 1290, 1796.

-, William, collector, Donaghada and Strangford, 253, 256, 565, 608.

Dobbs, John, smith's work on the Mole, Tangier, 166.

Dobinson, Michael, Army pensioner, 1607.

Dobson, Chr., waiter and searcher, Shields, 930.

-, Eliphal, commissioner for superstitious lands, cos. Lincoln, Chester and Salop, 571.

-, John, waterman, London port, 923.

-, William, painting by, 1679.

Dockyards. See NavyYards.

Docminique
-, (Ducmanique), Paul, Army clothing contractor, 1698, 1715, 1951
-, loans by, 621, 1742, 1743.

Docwra (Dockwray), , money levied on Dissenters, 57, 59, 64, 74.

-, -, and partners, 353, 363, 365.

-, William, inventor of the Penny Post, caveat concerning a Penny Post, 2017
-, pension for, 418, 844, 939
-, proposal of, concerning a country penny post, 1210, 1211.

Dodd, , office of Auditor of Wales, 401.

-, Hugh, clerk in the Alienation Office, 155, 236, 574.

-, Sarah, of Chester, and her mother, returning Excise moneys to London, 277, 300, 904
-, loans by, 1977, 1982, 1993, 1997.

Dodington
-, (Doddington), George, a commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 110, 684, 1712
-, caveat concerning wrecks off Ireland, 1464
-, clerk for, 1794
-, weekly certificates from, 1794.

-, -, and partners, clothing for the Army in Ireland, 434, 994, 1019, 1026, 1039, 1042-3, 1043.

Dodleston, co. Chester, 853.

Dodson, Israel, boatman, Margate, 2, 12.

-, John, landwaiter, London port, 922.

-, Samuel, shipmaster, 497.

Dodsworth
-, Christopher, merchant, caveat concerning Dissenters' levy, 1546
-, petition concerning seizure of melted money, 832, 843, 1019-20, 1143.

Dodworth, John, landwaiter's place, London port, 178.

Doe, Lewis, Vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 203.

Dolberry, Andrew, shipmaster, 1364.

Dolbin (Dolben), , surety for R. Pemberton, 397.

-, John, Clerk of the Fines at Ludlow, 1845, 1847.

-, Sir William, serjeant-at-law, a Justice of the King's Bench, 86, 145, 159, 342, 397, 760
-, loans to the Exchequer, 337, 397, 695, 1987.

Doleman, Dorothy, wife of Thomas, 1615.

-, Thomas, petition concerning estate of Viscount Preston, 1615.

Dolgelly, co. Merioneth, 1766.

Dolins, Abraham, loan by, 1983.

-, Judith, loan by, 1983.

Dollar, exchange equivalence of, 178, 183, 420.

-, of Algiers, 1276-7, 1557.

-, of Luneburg, 1874, 1923.

-, of Mexico, 420.

-, of Seville, 420.

-, of Sweden, 829, 1166, 1171, 1300.

-, Rix, 1203.

-, -, of Denmark, 1057.

-, -, of Switzerland, 899, 1218.

Dolling, John, shipmaster, 1937.

Dompierre, , French refugee, Army officer, Ireland, 215.

Domvill
-, (Domvile), Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Crown in Ireland, 693, 739
-, petition by, concerning lands in Ireland, 1102.

Donaghada, co. Down, 253, 256, 263, 608.

Doncaster
-, co. York, 295, 298, 314, 678, 738
-, post office at, 543, 738
-, postmaster of, 944.

Doncaster, Ben., shipmaster, 751.

Done. See Donne.

Donegal, county of, High Sheriff of. See Forward.

Donep, , colonel, Danish officer, 513, 519.

Donjoy, Simon, collector's place in the Excise Office, 104.

Donne
-, (Done, Donn, Doune), Edward, surveyor, Chester port, 931
-, commissioner for waste lands, cos. Chester and Flint, 1336.

-, James, tidesurveyor's place, London port, 124.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol port, 283.

-, John, tidesman, Bristol port, 1277.

- Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, 9, 12, 32, 46, 118, 127, 222, 281, 379, 466, 554, 615, 629, 683, 684, 688, 725, 777, 786, 816, 857, 992, 1020, 1021, 1031, 1080, 1146, 1154, 1174, 1218, 1219, 1298, 1358, 1394, 1428, 1445, 1477, 1521, 1522, 1708, 1718, 1723, 1756, 1757
-, office of, 1788.

Donnington, co. Salop, 1518.

Donwell. See Dunwell.

Doody, Joseph, commissioner for assessments, co. Stafford, 1473.

Dorchester, co. Dorset, hundred of, unpaid assessments in, 1503.

-, Holy Trinity, parish of, 1800
-, Whitwell, 1800.

Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, Catherine.

Dore, , New Forest timber, 47, 48, 49.

-, Thomas, searcher's place, Gravesend port, 109.

Dormer, Gabriel, Chamber payment for, 1334.

-, John, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 699, 719, 1199, 1529, 1538
-, payment to, 678.

Dornford House, Woodstock, 145.

Dorrell, Richard, Army clothing, 1590.

-, Robert, ship's commander, 1266.

Dorrington, , Paymaster of the Navy, 380, 417, 418.

-, Francis, loans by, 1983, 1984.

Dorset, county of, 190, 219, 224, 238.

Assizes, 1793.

Excise officers, 104, 205.

lace factories in, 1041-2.

raising seamen in, 1553.

receiver of Crown revenues. See Bennett, J.
-, Smith, S.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 99, 133, 233, 252, 458, 568, 604, 975, 1474, 1541.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, C.

Dortoux, , French Reformed officer, 1201, 1203, 1596.

Dosmyniers. See Desmyniers.

Dossell, Samuel, collectorship of Weymouth port, 4.

Dothwayte, Joseph, waiter and boatman, Stockton, 929.

- See also Dowthayte.

Double ninepences. See ExciseDouble.

Dough Boys, 768.

Doughty (Dowty), Edmund, loan by, 2007.

-, John, loan by, 2007.

-, Richard, tidesman, Yarmouth, 927.

-, Thomas, King's waiter's place, London port, 115.

-, -, Army clothing, 1889, 1921
-, loan by, 1889.

Douglas, , colonel, payment for, 529.

-, Alexander, tidesman, London port, 175.

-, Andrew, captain, Ireland, 324.

-, Archibald, colonel, 1467
-, lease of Arkingarthdale Forest, 1482, 1510
-, widow of, 1510.

-, Charles, Earl of Selkirk, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 330, 349, 609, 917, 1130, 1157, 1509
-, in Denmark, 1272.

-, Eleanor, widow of Archibald, 1467-8.

-, George, Earl of Dunbarton, ordering destruction of bridge at Henley, 1371
-, regiment of, 856.

-, James, Earl of Angus, regiment of, 431, 911, 1433.

-, -, Lord Douglas, regiment of, 856.

-, -, styled Earl of Drumlanrig (afterwards 2nd Duke of Queensberry), a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 330, 349, 609, 917, 1130, 1157, 1509
-, troop of Scotch Guards of, 1155, 1174.

-, -, lieutenant - general, forces under, in Ireland, 1476
-, issues to, 500, 1231
-, lodgings of, in Pall Mall, 1233
-, petition of, for pay, 1228
-, regiment of Scotch Guards, 563, 863, 1192, 1203, 1251, 1290, 1293, 1315, 1329, 1462, 1762.

-, John, shipmaster, 1482.

-, Sir Robert, colonel of the Royal Regiment of Foot, 560, 823, 1007, 1020, 1941
-, loans by, 1977, 1979, 1982.

-, Sam., tidesman, London port, 923.

-, William, Duke of Queensberry, present from, to the Earl of Ranelagh, 634.

-, Sir William, lieutenant-colonel of dragoons, 1516, 1532, 1551.

Doune. See Donne.

Dove, , arrears of Isaac Cotton, 444.

-, Jeremy, commissioner for assessments, co. Northants, 233.

-, John, deputy King's waiter, London port, 999.

-, William, assignee of W. Elmes, 857.

Dover, co. Kent, 3, 4, 91, 96, 104, 140, 144, 180, 229, 254, 329, 580, 581, 633, 639, 641, 693, 721, 727, 776, 783, 804, 809, 888, 894, 1034, 1221, 1317, 1490, 1577, 1859, 1865, 1937.

Customs officers, alteration in establishment of, 720-1, 917
-, list of, 924.

Customs sloops abolished, 708, 721, 917.

Dutch ship seized at, 1034.

embargo not enforced at, 1634.

Guards going to, 1299.

Letter Office at, 1571.

mayor of, 390.

riding surveyors established, 708.

surveyor of. See Birkenhead.

Dover, Lord. See Jermyn, H.

Dow, John, lands in the Isle of Ely, 598.

Dowdall, Dame Katherine, widow of Sir Luke, 1880.

-, Sir Luke, outlawed for treason, 1880.

Dowdeswell, co. Gloucester, 130, 249, 457, 602, 974, 1474.

Dowdeswell, Richard, surety for P. Barcroft, 604.

Dowle
-, Giles, prosecuting tobacco planters, 108, 733
-, payment to, 1453.

-, Job, searcher, Gloucester port, 239, 272, 275.

-, Mary, herbstrewer to the King, 341, 626, 874.

Dowling, Abraham, loans by, 1983.

Downer, John, shipmaster, 1153.

Downes, James, of London, merchant, surety for J. Stanyer, 251, 459, 976.

-, William, grant of Shannon wrecks, 1697.

Downing
-, Sir George, a teller of the Receipt, 9, 13, 25, 81
-, lands of, Whitehall, 1968
-, lease of lands in Peterborough Level, 599.

-, Robert, tidesman, London port, 923.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 1789.

Downs
-, The, 62, 223, 327, 442, 463, 488, 547, 560, 590, 702, 827, 870, 894, 906, 938, 1783, 1842, 1882, 1883
-, Customs smack in, 917
-, ships detained in, 357.

Downside, co. Somerset, 1109.

Dowrish, Nathaniel, of Plymouth, merchant, 1579.

Dowse, Sir John, goods in Jesuits' College, Savoy, 1798.

-, Samuel, Customs officer, Spalding, 928.

-, William, of Huntingdon, merchant, 130, 458, 605, 975.

Dowthwayte, William, collector, Stockton, 825.

- See also Dothwayte.

Dowty. See Doughty.

Doxie, George, tenant, Ashborne, 1265.

Doyle, Daniel, lieutenant, pay for, 1813, 1823, 1844.

-, Dominick, lieutenant, pay for, 1813, 1823, 1844.

Doyley, , 421.

-, Sir Edmund, estate of, 505, 508, 788
-, petition for remission of baronetcy fee, 1608, 1716, 1737, 1742, 1767.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Hants, 130, 249, 261, 569, 603, 1388-9, 1705
-, ditto, co. Oxford, 458, 569, 603, 974, 1388-9, 1423, 1448, 1472, 1541, 1705, 1831, 1849
-, ditto, for Cambridge University, 569, 1388-9, 1705
-, grant of office of Engineer of the Mint, 422
-, loan by, 719
-, petition against, by the Moneyers of the Mint, 840-1
-, prevented from executing his office, 840.

-, Sir William, baronetcy fee, 505, 508, 791, 1608, 1737, 1742
-, debts of, to the Crown, 1716
-, a teller of the Exchequer, 508.

Draddy, Maurice, Guards at Portsmouth, 328.

Drainage of sandy land left between high water and low water marks, 745, 1343.

Drake, Daniel, keeper of the Speech House, Dean Forest, 40.

-, William, tidesman and boatman, Penzance, 925.

Draper, George, custodiam lease, co. Carnarvon, 307.

-, Hugh, waiter, Sligo, 256, 263.

-, Sir Thomas, commissioner for assessments, co. Berks, 232.

-, William, boatman, Maldon port, 232.

Drawcourt, John, Army pension for, 648.

Draycot, Francis, surveyor, Poole, 661.

Drayner, Joshua, loans by, 1982, 1984.

Drogheda, co. Louth, 560, 1836.

Drogheda, Earl of. See Hamilton-Moore, H.

Droitwich, co. Worcester, salt springs at, assessment of, 753-4, 1415.

-, hundred of, commissioners of assessments for, 753.

Dromboghan, co. Limerick, 1598.

Druce, William, of London, merchant, 941.

Drumlanrig, Earl of. See Douglas, James.

Drummond, Euphemia, Countess of Melfort, portraits of, 1680.

-, James, Earl of Perth, portrait of, by Kneller, 1680.

-, John, Earl of Melfort, outlawed for high treason, 1678
-, portraits of, 1679, 1680, 1681
-, schedule of goods and chattels of, 1679-81.

-, Robert, owner of the Richard and John of Glasgow, 100, 137.

Drumscukane, co. Cork, 963.

Drury, Elias, boatman, Burnham, 928, 1585.

-, Francis, boatman, Colchester port, 12.

-, Thomas, boatman, Brightlingsea, 927.

Drusloyn. See Drysllwyn.

Drybutter, Peter, house in Queen Street, 630.

Dryden
-, John, petty customer of woollen cloth, London port, 154, 1767, 1847, 1886
-, Poet Laureate, 1950.

Drysllwyn, Drusloyn, co. Carmarthen, 249, 460.

Duball, Mary, gold of, seized, 1189.

Dublin, Ireland, 100 110, 152, 154, 156, 212, 219, 307, 311, 319, 336, 351, 388, 389, 446, 483, 499, 508, 516, 692, 694, 738, 764, 795, 831, 855, 863, 867, 884, 959, 971, 988, 995, 1010, 1022, 1045, 1052, 1053, 1073, 1092, 1110, 1116, 1139, 1251, 1307, 1324, 1397, 1448, 1544, 1548, 1580, 1626, 1711.

agent for prizes at. See Collins, R.

Archbishop of, goods for, 822.

Army clothing sent to, 1043.

Back Lane, 1708.

barriers in, 968.

beer imported into, 1112, 1172-3.

brandy exported to, 1287.

Castle, 1387
-, constable of, allowance to, 1928. See also Clarke, J.
-, deputy constable of. See Maynard, J.

Chapel Izod, 1667.

Chichester House, 1591.

Christchurch, dean of, annuity for, 960
-, governor's seat in, pulled down by Romish priests, 968.

customer of. See Jephson, J.
-, Worsop, J.

Customs House, 660.

Customs officer at, to receive account of ships, 1079.

Governor of. See Foulkes, J.

guard at, fire and candle for, 1181.

horses for, 1255.

Hospital, 875, 960, 963.

houses in, 1102.

Lord Mayor etc. of, 388, 1180, 1181.

merchants of, 100, 297.

New Impost in, 1631.

ordnance establishment at, 1595-6.

Ormond Key, 1893.

Phnix Park, tithe of land in, 1181.

Pipe Office in, 1039-40.

rebels in, 980.

reduction of, 692, 694, 756.

revenues in, receipts of, 707
-, payments out of, 1307.

searchership etc. of, 2015.

sick and wounded carried to, 1433.

Strongbow's tomb, 1760.

town major of. See Price, T.

Trinity College, 1591
-, lands for support of, 1759
-, Provost etc. of, 1512, 1786
-, quit rents, 1512, 1726, 1786.

Dublin, Bay of, privateers in, 1806.

Dubois (Duboys), Andrew, shipmaster, 1579.

-, Ann, loans by, 1981, 1989, 1991, 1997.

-, John, French Protestant shipmaster, 106.

Duborda. See Borda.

Dubordac, d', lieutenant-colonel, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Dubordieu, John, chaplain to the Duke of Schomberg, 1875, 1888.

Duboys. See Dubois.

Duc, le, French Reformed officer, 295.

Du Cambon. See Cambon.

Ducane (Duncane, Ducain), Peter, loans by, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1981, 1986, 1987, 2003.

Duchess of Kent's powder, 1772.

Duck, John, justice of the peace, co. Durham, 1444.

-, Thomas, writ of extent against, 1967.

Duckenfield
-, Sir John, commissioner for assessments, co. Chester, 233
-, commissioner for waste lands, cos. Chester and Flint, 1336.

Duckins. See Dackins.

Duckworth, Francis, et al., proceedings against, 1035.

Duclos. See Clos.

Ducmanique. See Docminique.

Duddleston, co. Salop, 1721.

Duddlestone
-, Sir John, of Bristol, merchant, 1142, 1416
-, bill of exchange drawn on, 1214
-, baronet fee discharged, 1698.

Dudley, Joseph, President of New York, 1014.

-, -, Army officer, petition of, for pay, 1452.

-, William, tidesman, Whitby port, 285.

Due. See Dewe.

Dufay, , French Reformed officer, 295.

-, James, loans by, 1982, 1983, 2001, 2006.

Duffe, John, incumbent of Rayleigh, 1613.

Duffield, Tho., one of the King's falconers, 267.

Dufour, , page of honour [? to James II.], 120.

-, Paul, loans by, 1984, 1985, 1994.

Dufoy, , loan in the name of, 492.

Dugard (Daguard), Abraham, loans by, 1985, 1992.

Dugdale
-, Sir John, Norroy, 398, 1312, 1826
-, suspended from office, 710.

Duke
-, Ann, grant to, of lands in Windsor, 1275
-, pension for, 1356, 1645, 1861.

-, [Edward], searcher, London port, 90, 210.

-, Edward, royal bounty for, 1646, 1861.

-, George, place of register of seizures, 96.

Duleek, Duleck, co. Meath, 1520.

Dulivier, Peter, French merchant, in custody, 281.

Dullard, William, Army pension for, 649.

Dumaresq
-, (Dumaris), Philip, agent for prizes, Jersey, 871
-, farmer of the wine and brandy impost, Jersey, 567.

Dumarest, , lieutenant, French Reformed officer, 1596.

Dumas, , French Reformed officer, 295, 1597.

Dumoustier, Frances, loans by, 1989, 1991.

Dun. See Dunn.

Dunbar, Earl of. See Home, George.

Dunbar, George, lieutenant, half pay, Ireland, 191.

Dunbarton, Earl of. See Douglas, George.

Dunblane, Viscount. See Osborne, P.

Duncan, James, shipmaster, 1865, 1937.

-, Mark, lieutenant of dragoons, half pay, Ireland, 192, 1501.

-, Mary, widow of Mark, 1501, 1506, 1507.

Duncane. See Ducane.

Duncannon
-, co. Wexford, Fort, 1759
-, ordnance establishment, 1596.

Duncell, Ebenezer, loan by, 1999. See also Dunwell.

Duncombe (Dunkum), , servant to R. Molesworth, 316.

-, Charles, alderman, Cashier of Excise, 31, 33, 34, 35, 37, 44, 45, 46, 57, 60, 62, 73, 99, 111, 117, 273, 285, 292, 362, 367, 369, 380, 392, 419, 703, 830, 833, 1305, 1327, 1624, 1627, 1634, 1635, 1800, 1887, 1929, 1940
-, commissioner for office of Master and Worker of the Mint, 1672
-, receiver of assessments, London, Westminster and Middlesex, 30, 129, 570, 609, 614, 1012
-, ditto, Surrey and Southwark, 129, 251, 458, 570, 605, 719, 975, 1012, 1252, 1471, 1539
-, ditto, co. Sussex, 130
-, Hearthmoney accounts, 1137
-, loans by, 39, 175, 194, 207, 292, 296, 337, 369, 571, 583, 593, 595, 719, 720, 747, 882, 999, 1607, 1609, 1621, 1676, 1743, 1792, 1975, 1977, 1987, 1990, 2004
-, member of the Committee for City Loans, 380
-, pension for, 1646, 1864.

-, Sir John, 408.

-, John, receiver of Crown revenues, cos. Bedford and Bucks, 903, 932.

-, Joseph, of Ivinghoe, 903, 932.

-, Samuel, 1794
-, boatman, Bristol port, 1795.

-, William, envoy extraordinary to Sweden, 98, 106, 114, 339, 342, 644, 651, 652, 656, 676, 760, 828, 987, 988, 995, 1166, 1171, 1280, 1282, 1299, 1300, 1527, 1538, 1747, 1770, 1772-3, 1897
-, house of, 1892
-, loan by, 1119
-, ship fitted by, for Sweden, 988.

-, -, of Albury, 458, 603.

Dundalk
-, co. Louth, 62, 66, 253, 256, 262, 1064
-, action at, 697.

Dundee, battle of, 305, 1093.

Dungan
-, Thomas, Governor of New York, 563, 1514, 1526, 1877
-, letter to, 543
-, petition of, for redemption of mortgaged estates, 1514, 1901.

Dungarvan, co. Waterford, 980.

Dungeness, co. Kent, 1221.

Dunham Massey, co. Chester, 1539.

Dunkin, John, rents paid by, out of Honnygavell, 804.

Dunkirk
-, France, 45, 580, 581, 782, 994, 1210, 1459
-, action near, 1882
-, rendition of, 666, 667
-, wine from, 1222.

Dunkum. See Duncombe.

Dunn (Dun), Edward, labourer, St. James's Park, 1020.

-, Patrick, physician to the State, Ireland, half pay, 203.

Dunnaway, John, tidesman and boatman, Looe, 756.

Dunning, John, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Dunn's Drove, alias Nicholas Drove, co. Lincoln, 596.

Dunstan, William, issue to, for freight, 712.

Dunstar, [Giles], Surveyor General of Customs, 97.

Dunwell (Donwell), Ebenezer, Army clothing contractor, 1638, 1739. See also Duncell.

Dunwich
-, co. Suffolk, 493, 591
-, quit rent of, petition concerning, 793, 858
-, sea encroachments, 793.

Dupare, , captain, French Reformed officer, 1597.

Dupleix (Duplex), Susanna, dealer in vinegar, 1258, 1284.

Duport, Peregrine, noontender, London port, 175.

Duppa
-, Sir Thomas, collector of tenths, diocese of Sarum, 1146, 1342, 1445
-, ditto, diocese of Exeter, 1625
-, Gentleman Usher, Black Rod, 198, 679, 758, 1001, 1305, 1445
-, keeper of the House Park, Windsor, 476, 1205, 1381, 1941
-, death of, 1381
-, loans by, 694, 1308.

Dupre (Du Pre), , royal bounty for, 1344, 1345.

Dupuy, Lawrence, and partners, interest of, in the Royal Oak Lottery, 1174.

Duras. See Durfort.

Durban, Anthony, loan by, 1988.

Durden, Joseph, searcher's place, London port, 98.

Durdens [in Epsom, co. Surrey], 1225.

Durell, Moses, commissioner for assessments, Poole, 233.

Durfort or Duras, Louis de, Earl of Feversham, a trustee for Queen Catherine, 943, 1132, 1391, 1731, 2016.

Durham, county of, 73, 102, 333, 457.

Excise farm, arrears on, temp. Charles II., 659.

Excise officers, 1444.

Justices of the Peace, 1392. See also Duck, J.
-, Morland, J.
-, Stapleton, M.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of assessments, 233, 244, 249, 457, 568, 603, 606, 977, 1470, 1540.

raising seamen in, 1554.

superstitious lands in, 530.

Duriez, Mary, loans by, 1805, 1862.

Durlin. See Darlin.

Durrent, John, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

-, Richard, lands in Peterborough Level, 597.

Dursley, Viscount. See Berkeley, C.

Dury, Theodore, captain, French Reformed officer, 1610.

Dutchman, Jacob, lands in Farcet, 597.

Dutton, John, Customs officer, Frodsham, 931.

-, Sir Richard, Governor in Chief of Barbados, 811.

Duxbury, co. Lancaster, 881.

Duxbury, , refugee from Ireland, 196.

-, Andrew, landwaiter's place, 260
-, coastwaiter, Bristol port, 1019.

Duyn
-, Adam van der, Heer van 's-Gravenmoer (Gravemore, Sgramore, Sqravemore), Quartermaster General, 1116, 1542, 1664
-, bills drawn by, 303, 306, 389, 636, 964, 1070, 1211, 1422, 1429, 1450
-, bills drawn on, 1221
-, clearance of money due to, 1169
-, goods for, 150
-, issues to, 38, 163, 166, 297, 323, 538, 1360, 1441, 1461, 1481, 1525
-, lodgings of, 1515
-, moneys received by, at Liverpool and Chester, 1219-20
-, regiment of, 677, 1036, 1068, 1162, 1169, 1478
-, signing warrants for Army payments, Ireland, 1662.

-, Madame, 150.

Dyas, Peter, agent for prizes, Waterford, 1248.

Dyck, Anthonius van, paintings by, 1679, 1680, 1681.

Dyer, John, Customs officer, Pagham, 924.

-, Lawrence, boatman and tidesman, Swansea, 926, 1546.

Dyffryn Clwydd
-, co. Denbigh, 1136
-, custodiam lease of, 1229
-, debt due for rent of, 1497.

Dyke, Walter, tidesman, London port, 175, 338.

Dykvelt
-, Everhard de Weed, Lord of Dykvelt, ambassador from the States General, 80, 291
-, commissioner for the Dutch debt due from England, 296.

Dymchurch, Denchurch, co. Kent, 803.

Dymer, William, shipmaster, 1083, 1214.

Dymonds lands, co. Essex, 332.

Dyneley, Sir Edward, commissioner for assessments, co. Worcester, 234.

Dynes, John, landcarriageman, London port, 490.

Dyose, Charles, Hearthmoney collector, 1375, 1447.

-, Eliz., widow of Charles, 1375, 1447.

-, Tho., loan by, 2007.

Dyrun. See Deyrun.

Dyve
-, (Dive, Dyves), John, secretary to the Prizes Commissioners, 650, 1060, 1095, 1147
-, loans by, 299, 437, 1972, 1988, 1993
-, money for the Forces, 9.