Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3, 1702-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1874.
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Gahlman, Francis, a witness as to piracies on Portuguese ships, payment to; xciii. 89.
Gain, Mr., agent for H.M. ships at Jamaica, charges of; civ. 38.
Galdy, Lawrence, & Co., proposal to remit money; xcvi. 116.
Gallatin, Mons., similar proposal; xcvi. 116.
Gallon, the, standard for; lxxxvii. 148; xcii. 27.
-, the English and Scotch; ciii. 16, 53, 56, 91.
Galloway in Ireland, Governor of the town and garrison of; xciii. 72.
Gallys, regiment of the, at Denia; cii. 112.
Galway, Earl of, or Lord; xc. 111; xci. 68; xcv. 49; xcviii. 12; xcix. 103; ci. 12, 95; ciii. 13, 111.
-, -, orders as to musters; xciii. 81.
-, -, allowance to colonels under his command, warrant; xciii. 107.
-, -, movements of, &c.; cii. 87.
-, -, money advanced by, for the forces in Spain; civ. 23.
-, -, attainted of high treason; xci. 105.
-, -, colonel of H.M. forces in Portugal; xci. 29.
-, -, Commander-in-Chief, to appoint a Deputy Commissary abroad; xcix. 34.
-, Sir William, poor, old, for help to bury; xc. 75.
-, Ulick, late Lord Viscount, attainted, debt of estate of; xci. 112.
Gamell, Mr.; lxxxiii. 69.
Garden rose; lxxxiii. 66.
Gardens, H.M., debt on account of; lxxxi. 13.
-, and parks, an estimate for works in; xci. 151.
-, and plantations, H.M., schemes for; lxxxi. 37; xcvii. 3.
Gardiner, Capt.; lxxxviii. 16.
-, Mary, petition for custody of an idiot, as to; xc. 101.
Gardner, John, of London, merchant, losses during war with France, &c.; lxxxv. 61.
-, Capt. Robert; lxxix. 93; xci. 6; xciv. 13.
Garrard, Allen, or Allin, security for a collector, prisoner in Wood St. Compter; lxxxvii. 31; lxxxviii. 73.
-, Mr. Jeremiah, secretary to Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital; xc. 55.
-, Joseph, secretary to late Commissioners for sick and wounded, case of; xciv. 134.
Garter, Order of the, chancellor, registrar, &c. of the, petition; lxxxiv. 119.
-, -, sent to foreign princes; lxxxiii. 99; xcix. 86.
Gatehouse, keeper of the; lxxxvii. 135; xcii. 17.
-, the Great, state of, estimate of value of, in whom vested, &c.; xcvii. 70.
Gatton, in co. of Surrey, mortgage of lands in; lxxxix. 54.
Gauden, Mr.; lxxx. 28.
Gaylard, Dr., went as Physician General to the West Indies, claim for pay; xc. 94.
-, -, medicines for regiments in West Indies; xci. 127.
Gazette, the, a copy of; xcvi. 50.
-, rewards advertised in the; xcii. 8; xcv. 5.
Gendrault, James, Esq., petition; lxxxv. 111.
-, Mons., to be considered; xciv. 120.
General officers, pay of; lxxxiv. 12, 105; lxxxvi. 103; xcix. 10.
-, -, new establishment for; xci. 68.
-, -, to serve in Lord Peterborough's expedition, money for; xciv. 49.
General Post Office, see Post Office.
Genoa, or Genoua; lxxix. 37; xcv. 103; xcvii. 115; xcviii. 97; c. 82; ci. 35.
-, agents for prizes at; lxxxv. 144; xcvii. 43; c. 52.
-, brandy from, duties on, petition and report; xcvi. 37.
-, H.M. consul at; xci. 86; xciv. 19.
-, -, protected the Greek youths; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).
-, merchants, to furnish money; xcv. 72.
-, tin sent to; xciii. 126.
-, republic of, envoy extraordinary to; lxxxiii. 106.
Genoese vessels, prizes; lxxxix. 114; xcii. 3.
Gentlemen pensioners, petition, (taxes); lxxxi. 70.
George of Denmark, H.R.H., Prince; lxxxiv. 82; lxxxvi. 111; lxxxix. 17; xcv. 122; xcvi. 49.
-, -, regiment ready to mutiny; lxxxii. 24.
-, -, warrants as to the marine regiments, &c.; xc. 62, 63; xciii. 5; xciv. 43; xcvi. 27, 62.
-, -, Lord High Admiral; lxxx. 46.
-, -, Advocate General to; lxxxviii. 61.
-, -, Secretary to, canvas for navy; lxxxi. 90.
George's regiment; lxxxvi. 56.
Georges, William, clerk of the robes; lxxxiv. 42.
German campaign, money for the sick from the; xciv. 1.
-, generals in Italy, help given to; xci. 17.
Germany; lxxx. 105 (p. 39); xci. 55.
-, horses killed in campaign of 1704; xcii. 102.
-, late actions in, forces who behaved gallantly in, bounty money for; xciii. 79.
-, linens, &c., imports of, how to be prevented; xcix. 85.
-, -, duties on, in England; cii. 133.
Gery, Peter, security for Richard Taylor, petition; xciii. 70.
Gibbon, Mr., powder maker, proposal why considered, &c.; xcix. 15.
-, Edward, memorial; xcix. 112.
Gibbons, James, Esq.; lxxxiv. 42.
Gibraltar; xciii. 129; xcv. 99; xcvii. 7, 104; xcviii. 12, 17, 81; xcix. 34, 38.
-, agent victualler at, instructions to; ci. 45.
-, declared a free port, no duties to be demanded at; xcvii. 57.
-, duty on coals to; xcvi. 10.
-, fortifications and garrison at; cii. 47, 114; ciii. 13.
-, governor of; xcv. 99.
-, marine regiments at, great losses of; xciii. 114.
-, -, Muster Master General for; xciii. 5.
-, -, medicines for; xcviii. 107; c. 80.
-, officers and hospital at, establishments of; c. 97.
-, plan of, &c., as to the publication of the; xciii. 118.
-, want of firing at; ci. 12.
-, works at, money sent to, in specie for; xcv. 49.
Gibson, Capt., money seized from, to be restored; lxxxv. 76.
-, Colonel, regiment going for Ireland; lxxxi. 91.
-, Colonel John, Lieut.-Governor of Portsmouth, process issued against; lxxxiii. 82.
-, Tho. gent., executor of Sir J. Foche, petition; xciv. 64.
Gifford, Charles, Esq., chiefest instrument in the preservation of King Charles after the battle of Worcester, petition; lxxx. 139.
-, Sir John, estate of, under forfeiture; xcix. 98, 115.
-, Joseph, indicted for saying mass, bail for; xcvi. 18.
-, Sir William, Commissioner of the Navy at Portsmouth; xcvii. 22.
Gill, Thomas, late messenger and informer in the Court of Excise, petition; xcvii. 63.
Gillard, George, Deputy to Commissary of the two marine regiments; lxxxvi. 144; ci. 54.
Gilleflower, Mr., an arrear claimed by, for Hetchew mere; xcvii. 107.
Gilliart, Lewis, as to removal of, from East Bourne to Seaford; xciii. 103.
Gillingham, land in, sold; xcvii. 85.
Gilliver, one; lxxxii. 39; lxxxiv. 123.
-, Mr., answer to a complaint against him in Cheshire; lxxxvii. 43.
-, Mr. Robert; lxxxvi. 23; lxxxvii. 93.
-, -, collection of fee-farm rent called smoke farthings; lxxx. 79.
-, -, pretended quit-rent extorted by; xcii. 66.
Gilpin, William, Esq., of Scaleby, in the co. of Cumberland, J.P., abuse offered to; xcvi. 75.
Gilt and white plate discharged by privy seal; lxxxiii. 89.
Giraudeau, Mons.; lxxxviii. 51; xciv. 9; xcvii. 114.
-, -, treasurer of the chamber, memorial for wages; xcii. 108.
Girona, or Girone; xcvi. 28; cii. 112.
-, money for the garrison and fortifications of; cii. 58.
-, taken by surprise; xcvi. 51.
Glasgow; ci. 97; cii. 1, 100; ciii. 96.
-, customs, frauds practised at; cii. 76.
-, excise officers at, troops sent to protect; cii. 71, 75.
-, -, the town well disposed to; cii. 84.
-, put under survey, &c.; cii. 75.
-, sugar manufactories in; cii. 119; ciii. 18, 54.
-, -, as to exemption from duties on low wines, &c.; cii. 92.
-, Earl of, or Lord; cii. 43, 71, 96, 134; ciii. 53.
-, -, propositions for regulating the Customs and Excise in Scotland; cii. 1.
Glass bottles, duties on, trial as to; xciv. 82.
-, duty, commissioners for the, costs incurred by; xc. 112.
Glassenby, bequest of a monk of, to Hart Hall, Oxford; xciii. 100.
Glaston (co. Somerset), petition of the poor of the almhouses of parish of St. Benedict's; lxxxviii. 35.
Gloucester, co. of, late receiver general of aids for; xciii. 74.
-, -, a tax office for; xci. 97.
Gloucester Hall, in the University of Oxford, Greeks youths at, charges, allowance, &c.; lxxx. 113; xcv. 11.
-, Henry, Duke of; lxxxvii. 140.
Glover, Mr., to be proceeded against; xcviii. 11.
Goddard, Governor, of Bermuda Islands; lxxxiii. 75.
-, Mr. John, H.M. consul at Tunis, expenses of the ratification of peace; lxxxix. 65.
Godfrey, C., or Charles, Esq. or Col., Master of the Jewel Office; lxxix. 15; lxxxv. 47; xc. 66; xci. 89.
-, Edward; lxxxvi. 68.
Godolphin, Rt. Hon. Sidney, Lord, as Lord High Treasurer, passim.
-, -, -, late Gentleman and Master of the Robes to K. Charles II., accounts of; lxxxvi. 126.
-, Mr.; lxxxvi. 59.
-, -, his clerks, &c.; lxxix. 60.
-, Francis, Esq., cofferer of Her Majesty's household, for money expended; xc. 100.
-, Hon. Francis, Esq., one of the Tellers of the Receipt of Exchequer; xcii. 111.
-, Mr. James, petition for extension of the register of trading ships kept by him; ciii. 27.
-, S., Sydney, Mr., or Esq., Auditor of Wales; lxxxiii. 13, 100; lxxxv. 99, 129; xcii. 3; ci. 7, 58; cii. 2.
Godwin, Thomas, consul; lxxxv. 125,
Gold designed to be exported, seizure of; lxxxiv. 97.
-, coins, value of, in various countries; lxxx. 105.
Goldham, John, at Seaford, removal; xciii. 103.
Goldsmiths, a jury of, trial pieces recommended to be made by; cii. 40.
-, wardens and company of, standards for; cii. 40.
-, Hall; lxxxix. 32.
Golling, Francis, collector of penny post office; lxxxv. 21, 167; lxxxvii. 17.
Goodall, Mr. Thomas, cousin-german to the Earl of Marlborough; lxxxiv. 109.
Goodman, Cardwell, a conspirator, conveyed to France; lxxxviii. 3.
Goodrich, Sir Henry, pension vacated by the death of; xciv. 21.
-, Richard, Esq., petition for a lease; cii. 82.
Goods, importation of; lxxxii. 87.
-, shipped to be exported, drawbacks on; xcix. 109.
Gordon, Capt., commander of a Scotch ship of war, accused of smuggling; xcvii. 40.
-, Mr. Patrick, going to New York as chaplain.; lxxx. 94.
Gore, Capt. Arthur, M.P., restored to half-pay; xcix. 2.
-, Capt. or Col. Humphry, memorials; xc. 107; ciii. 75.
Goring, Mr., a sub-commander for prizes at Portsmouth; cxxxiii. 45.
-, Charles, Esq., claim out of a seizure for giving notice of smugglers; xc. 91.
Goslin, Mr., and servants, to go with Sir C. Shovell's squadron; lxxxv. 143, 144.
Gosport, sick seamen at; lxxxvi. 104.
-, and Portsmouth, ferry between; ci. 47.
Gosselin, Mr., ill health of; lxxxvi. 94.
-, -, formerly sub-commissioner of Hull; xcviii. 72.
Gough, Sir Henry, executor to Major Littleton; xcvii. 80.
Gould, Mr. Nathaniel, contract for pitch and tar with; lxxxv. 116.
Gourdon, James, senior, merchant in Edinburgh; ci. 110.
Government, the, great commanders buried at the charge of, since the Restoration; ciii. 104.
Governors, pay of; xcvi. 106.
-, lieutenant, pay of; ci. 73.
Gower, Sir Jno. Leveson; lxxxi. 82, 95.
Gowran, Ireland, Baron of; c. 4.
Graaf and Cantensac, gratification to; lxxx. 72.
Grafort, Isaac, footman to her late Majesty, for arrears; lxxxv. 93.
Grafton, Duke of; lxxxi. 69.
-, -, case of, [Whittlewood Forest]; xcviii. 58.
-, -, ranger of Bushy and Middle Parks, fees claimed by; xc. 85.
-, Charles, Duke of, leases; xcix. 120.
-, honor of; xcix. 120.
Graham, Dean, one of H.M. chaplains in ordinary; lxxxiii. 33.
-, Mr., discovery of a gang of coiners by; xciv. 74.
-, James, Esq., a lease granted to, by K. James II.; xcvi. 32.
-, -, -, a lease of derelict lands petitioned for; xcvii. 79.
-, John, one of H.M. tenants in Cumberland, petition; lxxxvii. 123.
-, Ralph, frauds in the salt duties, petition; xcix. 72.
Grahame, Col., heard on behalf of the Scotch merchants; cii. 99.
Grahme, James, Esq., late keeper of the privy purse, petitions as to the Healing medals, &c.; lxxxiii. 110; lxxxv. 82.
Granado bomb in the action at Vigo, commander of the; xciii. 128.
Grand Alliance, mention of the; lxxxiii. 87.
Grandison, the late Lord, executors of the father of; xcii. 11.
-, Katherine, Viscountess or Lady, wife of Lieut.-General Steward, and widow and executrix of Brigadier Villers; xci. 105, 118, 136; xcvii. 103.
Grant, James, application for a tidesman's place; xcii. 87.
Grantham, letter dated at; lxxxvii. 93.
Grandville or Granville, the Lord; lxxxvii. 134; lxxxix. 98.
-, -, Lieut.-General of the Ordnance; xc. 76.
-, -, and rest of Lords proprietors of Canada, complaint as to tallies; xciv. 71.
-, Mr., for appointment of his brother Bernard to Mr. Cox's places, in Barbadoes, xc. 2.
-, Bernard, Esq., property of, debts, &c.; xcix. 45.
-, Sir Bevill; xcv. 98, 119.
-, -, Governor of Barbadoes; lxxx. 121; lxxxvii. 18; xcviii. 88.
-, George, Esq., petitions; lxxxvii. 18; xcv. 119.
Grasswick, Mrs. Elizabeth, in trust for Countess of Holdernesse; lxxxviii. 83.
Gratwick, William, Esq., customer of the port of Chester; lxxxvi. 77.
Graver to the Mint. See Mint.
Gravers, the, should have leave to make and sell medals; xcviii. 108.
Gravesend; xcvii. 18.
-, corporation, a skirmish with the Irish in defence of; xcv. 19.
-, Governor of, pay of; lxxxi. 52.
Gray, Lord. See Grey.
Gray Merchants in Ireland, as to office for licensing; lxxxiv. 122.
Graydon, Admiral; lxxxvii. 78.
-, Vice-Admiral, credits for; lxxxiv. 82, 92.
Great Britain, first Parliament of, as to election of Scotch peers; cii. 134.
-, -, forces in, levy money for recruiting; civ. 44.
-, seal; lxxxv. 47.
-, Wardrobe, the, claim on, for goods; xcvi. 36; cii. 72.
-, -, clerk of the, debts due to the; lxxxvi. 62.
-, -, estimates of expenses, &c.; lxxxvi. 79; lxxxvii. 37.
-, -, liveries in; lxxxvi. 79.
-, -, Master of; lxxx. 95, 121; lxxxiv. 90; lxxxix. 126.
-, -, office, estimate for furniture; lxxxvi. 129.
Great Yarmouth; xciv. 81.
Greek youths, H.M. scholars residing in Gloucester Hall, Oxford; lxxxvii. 142; xcv. 11; xcvi. 104; xcvii. 27.
Green, Mr., a receiver in Staffordshire, process issued against by mistake; lxxxi. 94.
-, John, deceased; lxxxiii. 26.
-, Nicholas, a security for; lxxxix. 67.
Green Cloth, Board of; lxxix. 98; lxxxiii. 88; lxxxvii. 128; xc. 100; xci. 77; xciv. 60; xcvi. 86; xcviii. 4; xcix. 48, 95; cii. 32, 106.
-, -, commissioners of, his late Majesty's servants out of employment; xciv. 97.
-, Yard, Whitehall, a house and ground in, lease; xciv. 31; xcvi. 66.
Greenock; ciii. 96.
-, frauds against the Customs; cii. 76.
Greenwax, H.M. revenue of, sources of, &c., and duties of the receiver general, xc. 119.
-, surveyor of; xcv. 30, 52.
Greenwich; lxxxiii. 37; ciii. 104.
-, Hospital, annuity and grant to; lxxxv. 5.
-, -, commissioners of, petition for grant of Capt. Kidd's money; xciv. 110.
-, -, directors of, as to stone from Portland for; ci. 83; ciii. 7.
Greffendorff, Brigadier, claims of Saxe Gotha regiments; xcvii. 35.
Gregge, Mr. Benjamin, serjeant-at-arms to her Majesty, petition; xciii. 111.
Gregory, Dr., or Dr. David, professor of astronomy at Oxford, sent to oversee the Mint in Scotland; cii. 57, 64, 110; ciii. 94.
Grenadier Guards, memorial of troop of; lxxxii. 86.
Grenadiers, transport of; lxxxi. 79.
Gresham College, library of, plan, &c.; c. 45.
Grey, Lord, Governor of Barbadoes; lxxxvii. 18; xcviii. 88.
-, Samuel, Esq., Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, petition; civ. 60.
Griffin, Lord, or Edward Lord, attainted for high treason, debts of, estates, claims on, &c.; lxxxi. 50; lxxxix, 145; xcvii. 80, 101; xcviii. 79, 86; cii. 138.
-, -, one bound for a debt of, xcvii. 101.
-, Lady Essex, provision to be made for, and whence, &c.; xcvii. 101; xcviii. 86.
-, Mr., overplus of an estate of Lord Griffin's in hand of; xcviii. 86.
-, James, application for what was due from his father's estate; cii. 138.
Griffith or Griffiths, Mr. Alexander, Attorney General of New Jersey, America; lxxxii. 69; lxxxiv. 67.
-, Edward, Esq., lands granted in trust for; c. 3.
-, -, -, of the Board of Green Cloth, who went with Charles III. K. of Spain, to Portugal; xc. 100.
-, Mr. Robert, debt for beer; lxxxix. 31.
Grinton, manor of, Yorkshire, proceeds of mines in, &c.; lxxxix. 100.
-, lead mines, offer for the; xc. 1.
Grocer, John, cornfactor, proceedings at law against; lxxxv. 112.
Groom of the Privy Chamber, purchase of the place of; lxxxvi. 64.
-, porter, servant to the, and as to his duties; xciv. 59.
Grooms of his late Majesty, petition for payment of salaries; lxxxiv. 56.
Grosvenor, Anne, widow and relict of Lieut. John, petition; cii. 36.
Groves, Mr., who served on Duke of Ormond's expedition; lxxxv. 58.
Grymes, William, Esq., and others, to inspect the records; xc. 64.
Guard, officers and yeoman of the, sums due to; lxxxiii. 50.
Guards, subsistence of the; lxxxiv. 73; lxxxv. 1, 53.
-, H.M., money received and paid for; c. 78.
-, 1st regiment of, quartermaster to; xcv. 27.
-, troop of, Duke of York's; lxxxiii. 4.
-, 2nd troop of, poor gentlemen, late of the; lxxxvi. 81.
-, 3rd troop of, trumpeter to the; xcvii. 95.
-, and garrisons, &c.; lxxxiv. 32, 118, lxxxviii. 21; lxxxix. 3; xc. 99; xciv. 10; xcviii. 1, 10; civ. 1.
-, -, &c., paymaster of the, xci. 60; ci. 6.
-, -, and land forces, in England and Holland, estimate for 1706; xcvii. 2.
Guardeloup, failure in taking; lxxxvii. 28.
-, expedition, the, medicines, &c. for; xcix. 39.
Guernsey, ships with French wines, clearing from; lxxxvi. 59.
-, land service in, estimate for 1706; xcvii. 2.
-, people at Wapping, a church for the use of; xcvii. 111.
-, H.M. ship, captain and lieut. of, gold seized on the pirate ship; xcv. 109; xcvi. 101.
Guienne in France, a Protestant of; c. 39.
Guiguer, Isaac and G., proposal to remit money; xcvi. 116.
Gun Gardens, state of the guns at, &c.; lxxxi. 94.
Gunter, Lieut. William, for restoration to half-pay; ciii. 80.
Gurle, William, indebted for customs on tobacco, petition; xcix. 27.
Guy, Mr., management of the excise; cii. 1.
Gwin Daniel, collector of the customs at Falmouth, &c., a prosecution against; xcii. 14.
Gwynn, Mrs., stables for her house; lxxxiv. 72.
Gyde, Joseph, taken by the enemy on his passage to Jamaica, loss of; xci. 124.
-, -, prize agent at Jamaica; xcvii. 88; xcviii. 69; civ. 38.