Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3, 1702-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1874.
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Jacob, Thomas, of Taunton, innholder, petitions; lxxx. 3; xcix. 110.
Jacobite plot, prisoners for the; lxxxix. 146.
Jacobites in Scotland; cii. 134.
Jackson, apprehended for carrying persons to Dunkirk; lxxxix. 102.
-, Benjamin, to report on naval stores from New England; lxxxvi. 145; xc. 124.
-, -, master mason, works done by; lxxxvi. 24; lxxxix. 48; xciv. 52.
-, Ralph, collector of excise; lxxix. 81.
-, Sarah, widow of John, land surveyor, petition; lxxxix. 56.
Jamaica; lxxxii. 73; lxxxiv. 82; xci. 124, 146; xcvii. 10; ciii. 61 (p. 549), 73; civ. 32.
-, Admiralty Court in, prizes condemned; lxxxix. 90.
-, agent at, bills drawn on an; lxxxix. 143.
-, chief justice of, and an assistant judge in; xciv. 108.
-, deputy commissary of musters in, appointment of a; xci. 110.
-, fleet, privateers' prizes, &c.; xcix. 124.
-, good posture of the island, &c.; xcix. 92.
-, governor of; xciv. 108; xcv. 116; ci. 56.
-, imports into, an Act for laying duties on; xc. 83.
-, letter concerning; xciv. 108.
-, losses by the earthquake in; xcvii. 82; xcix. 8.
-, prize agents at; xcvii. 89; xcviii. 69, 103.
-, prize money in, to be paid for what uses; xcix. 61.
-, prizes brought to, list of; xc. 39, 97.
-, provisions for; lxxxv. 103.
-, regiments in; lxxxviii. 16, 20; xcviii. 103.
-, H.M. revenues in, receiver general of; xcix. 8.
-, -, state of; xciii. 35.
-, state of receiver's accounts; lxxxv. 22.
-, H.M. ships at, agents for; civ. 38.
-, soldiers in, Act for quartering, when expiring; xciv. 108.
James I., King, grants by; xcviii. 102; xcvi. 32.
-, II., -, coronation expenses; lxxxi. 59.
-, -, -, gardener to; xcix. 27.
-, -, -, correspondent with, outlawed; xcix. 98.
James, Ann, wife of Edmund; lxxxi. 34.
-, Edmund, late of Bradfield, Wilts; lxxx. 51; lxxxi. 34.
-, Margaret, an idiot, maintenance and custody of, &c.; lxxx. 51. 81; lxxxi. 34; lxxxix. 131; xc. 101.
-, Meredith, recommended to be joint receiver of the bishopric of St. David's; lxxxii. 43.
Janssen, Sir Theodore, [name spelt various ways]; xcvii. 116; xcviii. 24.
-, -, allowance of dollars to a cwt. of tin; xciii. 126.
-, -, fall of the agio in Holland; lxxxi. 6.
-, -, proposals to remit money; lxxix. 39; lxxxiv. 155; lxxxvii. 23; xcvi. 116; c. 104; civ. 5.
Jedborough, Lord, regiment of, off-reckonings; xcv. 96.
Jefferies, [spelt various ways] Chief Justice or Judge, arbitrary and illegal judgment of; lxxix. 84; lxxxv. 28.
-, Capt. James, volunteer with the King of Sweden; cii. 147; ciii. 83.
-, Sir James, for continuance of pay as Governor of Cork, &c.; xci. 45.
-, Sir Jeoffrey; lxxxii. 43; xc. 121; xciii. 87; c. 98; ciii. 59.
-, -, owner of the Eagle galley seized at New York; xcv. 10; xcix. 17, 47.
-, -, remittance of money; xcvi. 116.
-, John, paymaster, with Earl Rivers, instructions; xcviii. 76.
-, Mr., or Walter, receiver of the temporalties of the bishopric of St. Davids; lxxxii. 43; xcvi. 114; c. 98; ci. 7, 25.
Jekyll, Mr., collector in New England, &c.; ciii. 61.
Jemmett, Mr., dismissed from some office at Lydd, charges by; xcvii. 91.
-, John, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, frauds by customs' officers, &c.; xcvii. 81; xcviii. 3.
-, William, Esq., collector, of Cork, &c., case of, recommended; xcviii. 19.
Jenkins, Mr., discoverer of the silks seized; xcvii. 16.
-, John, surety for one Taylor, petition; xciii. 70.
Jenkinson, Sir Robert, smoke farthing; lxxx. 79.
Jenks, Francis, debt due to, from late Duke of Monmouth; xc. 8.
Jenkyns, William, highway robber, reward for taking; lxxxvi. 11.
Jennings, Col. Edmund, H.M. secretary of Virginia, sent to England with the whole body of laws, advance to; xcii. 51.
-, or Jennins, John, late collector of excise duties in Worcestershire; lxxx. 78; lxxxix. 113; xc. 6, 32, 90.
-, Sir John; cii. 24.
Jersey, Island of, Governor of; lxxx. 115; lxxxix. 99.
-, fines and forfeitures in; lxxxix. 99.
-, late Lieut.-Governor of; xcii. 43; xciv. 37.
-, land service in, estimate for 1706; xcvii. 2.
-, person protected from laws of England in; lxxxix. 112.
-, Earl of; lxxxix. 126; xciv. 73.
-, -, plate in charge of; xc. 66.
-, people at Wapping, a church for the use of; xcvii. 111.
Jerseys, the assembly of the, and the Governor; cii. 39 (p. 512).
-, price of land in; cii. 39.
-, H.M. revenue in; xciii. 35.
Jessop, William, Esq.; lxxxix. 70.
Jesuit, a, attainted of high treason; xciv. 117.
Jewel Office; lxxix. 15; lxxx. 99.
-, -, Master of the; lxxxix. 126; xci. 89; xcvii. 95.
-, -, officers of, petition for travelling charges; xciv. 113.
-, -, plate from the, not returned; xc. 66.
Joblyn, John, of Seaford; lxxxiii. 107.
Johnson, Bastwick, composition for debt; lxxx. 60.
-, Mr., Francis, remission of a fine; xcix. 92.
-, Henry, petition; xcvii. 28.
-, John, convicted of transporting wool; lxxix. 21.
-, Major; lxxx. 112.
-, Major John, late Governor of Nevis, &c.; ci. 73.
-, Mary, widow and relict of above; ci. 73.
-, Math., Cler. Parliamentor; lxxxix. 147.
-, Michael, Esq., Mayor of Chester, payment of quarterers; lxxxv. 106.
-, Sir Nathaniel, Governor of Carolina, securities for; lxxxi. 64.
-, Thomas; lxxx. 112.
-, Thomas, of Liverpool, Esq., petition as to old buildings there; ci. 41.
Johnstown, Alexander, Esq., petition; lxxxi. 100.
Jollyvet, E.; lxxxvii. 81.
-, Evert, late clerk of the stables, for arrears and pension; xciv. 120.
Jones, Edward, under-sheriff of Denbighshire, rents not levied by; xcii. 99.
-, Frances, daughter of William Pendrill, petitions for arrears of pension, &c.; lxxxvi. 68, 74; lxxxvii. 29; xcix. 21.
-, Gilbert, or Mr., woodward of Forest of Waltham, case or perquisites of, &c.; lxxxix. 93; xci. 3.
-, Mr. Hugh, agent for prizes at Falmouth, dismissed; lxxxix. 61, 108; xcii. 95; xciii. 3.
-, Humphrey, the poor creditors of the Navy; lxxix. 72.
-, Jans, for pension to his father; lxxxvi. 124.
-, Jezreel, expenses of his stay at Gibraltar, and in Barbary, on H.M. service, &c.; xcvii. 7.
-, John, a riding officer, petition; lxxxvii. 21.
-, Cornet Lewis, pension; lxxxi. 81; lxxxvi. 124.
-, Mr. Robert, son of the late bishop of St. Asaph, capabilities for a certain office, &c.; xcvi. 12.
-, Major Thomas; xciii. 129.
-, William, apothecary to H.M. household; lxxxiii. 101.
-, -, son of William Pendrill, for pension; lxxxvi. 74; lxxxvii. 29.
Jordan, Capt. late Major of Folkestone, reward to; xciii. 14.
-, Maddistor, of St. James's, Clerkenwell, Mary the wife of; xcvii. 26.
Joseph, the ship, owners of; c. 35.
Joyce, Mount, the attack on; xcvii. 104.
Judge Advocate on board the [Mediterranean] fleet, the; xcviii. 28.
Judges, salaries of; lxxix. 59.
Justel, Charlotte, for continuation of annuity; lxxxiv. 124.
-, Henry, late library keeper to their Majesties; lxxxiv. 124.
Justice, administration of, proposal for regulations in the method of; lxxxiii. 116.
-, Clerk, Lord; cii. 134.
-, in Eyre on this side Trent, office not filled; lxxxv. 70.
Juxon, Archbishop, a descendant of; xciv. 73.