Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3, 1702-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1874.
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Quarry, or Quary, Col. Robert, appointed for recovery of Admiralty rights, &c., in North America; cii. 128.
-, -, provisions for Jamaica; lxxxv. 103.
-, -, governor of Maryland, as to tobacco ships, &c.; xcix. 79.
Quarterers of company of invalids at Chester; lxxxv. 106.
-, for sick and wounded seamen, arrears; lxxxvii. 97.
Quays and wharfs, rights of; lxxxvii. 121.
Quebec; xcvii. 10; ciii. 61 (pp. 549, 550.)
Queen, the, address offered to, against Col. Dudley; ciii. 61.
-, a bequest to the, for taxes unpaid; xciii. 109; xciv. 57.
-, donation from, towards a chapel of ease; xciv. 106.
-, forfeiture to be paid in kind to; xcix. 48
-, grant of an estate by; xciv. 25.
-, hawks presented to; xciv. 86.
-, not able to dispense with certain duties; xciv. 16.
-, papers to be laid before, abstract of; lxxxviii. 75; xciv. 121; xcviii. 91.
-, persons indebted to, by bond in Ireland, as to interest; xci. 84.
-, pictures of, for ambassadors and plantations, price of, &c.; xciv. 26.
-, present from, to Mr. Killigrew; xcv. 20.
-, Prussian subsidies to be recommended by, in her speech; xcv. 107.
-, right of, in the Portland quarries; ci. 83.
-, and council, ordnance ordered by, to be provided; xciv. 11.
-, late, livery servants of, yearly allowances to; xciii. 12.
-, Anne's commission for the navy; cii. 146.
-, Dowager, the, fee-farm rents; xcv. 126; xcvii. 93.
-, -, Katherine, the, a grant for 31 years from death of; xcvii. 64.
-, -, the, an office granted by; xcix. 128.
-, -, jointure of, &c.; lxxxiv. 88; xcix. 42, 120.
-, -, rent to be paid to; lxxx. 118.
-, -, Whittlewood forest held in trust for, &c.; lxxxiv. 59; xciii. 47; xcviii. 58.
-, -, council of; lxxxi. 35.
-, -, houses of; lxxx. 65.
-, -, patent of, extract from; lxxxi. 35.
Queen's advocate, observations on embezzlements given to the; cii. 96.
-, answer to an address; ci. 64.
-, Bench, Court of, Chief Justice of the, reference to; lxxxix. 117.
-, -, -, office of coroner and attorney in; lxxxv. 136.
-, -, -, neglect in demanding stamp duties; lxxxvii. 150.
-, -, in Ireland, Judges of the Court of; ci. 70.
-, -, prison, the, a late lieutenant-governor confined in; xciv. 37.
-, Bounty; lxxx. 94; lxxxv. 19.
-, -, governors of the, secretary to, &c.; xcv. 100.
-, -, to widows and orphans of seamen, estimate of; xcii. 15.
-, Civil List, neat money arising for; xcv. 83.
-, commission, some person of interest to procure the; lxxxviii. 76.
-, coronation, expenses of; lxxix. 100.
-, counsel, the; lxxxv. 137; xcvi. 42.
-, debt; lxxx. 96.
-, family, the, charged by Parliament; ciii. 12.
-, Grove, Waltham forest; lxxxix. 93.
-, journeys, the, services rendered by Bentley; xciii. 94.
-, lands, the assessment of; cii. 20.
-, letter for keeping back payments six months, the; ci. 70.
-, -, for removal of the linen manufacture; cii. 29.
-, -, as to a pension for Sir W. Sharp; civ. 50.
-, manors in co. of Somerset; lxxxvi. 93.
-, meadows at Hampton Court, as to right of turning cattle on, &c.; lxxxv. 89; lxxxvii. 86.
-, moiety of prize provisions; lxxxvi. 120.
-, money for 1702, payment to water-carters out of; lxxxiv. 154.
-, -, certain chests of the, saved; cii. 51.
-, part of seizure or penalty remitted; c. 11, 42.
-, printers, the; lxxxv. 69; lxxxviii. 72; ci. 84.
-, power to redeem a mortgage; xc. 71.
-, -, to discharge arrears of first fruits &c., opinion; xciii. 75.
-, regiment of dragoons, officers of, petition, respites; lxxxv. 29.
-, -, of horse; c. 99.
-, Remembrancer; lxxxiv. 135; xxxxix. 27.
-, salt remaining in Scotland, as to; c. 89.
-, servants, the late establishment of; lxxxvi. 64.
-, share of prizes; xc. 38, 125; cii. 41.
-, thirds, money offered for the; xc. 27.
-, title to certain manors, a proceeding to try; lxxxvii. 139; lxxxviii. 40.
-, watermen, claims for salary; lxxxix. 37.
Queensbury, the Duke of; cii. 59.
-, -, a meeting held at the lodgings of; ci. 97.
Quelch, Capt., or Lieut. John and company, robberies and piracies, treasure, prosecution, &c., of; xci. 48; xciii. 90; xcv. 71, 109; xcvi. 101.
Quickners [i.e., Exchequer agents]; lxxxiv. 136.
Quit rent pretended due to the Queen, extorted; xcii. 66.
-, rents, clerk of the; c. 38.
-, -, receiver of H.M., annual payment; lxxxvii. 141.
-, -, in Ireland, &c.; lxxxv. 54.
-, -, in the province of New York, belonging to the crown; lxxxvii. 153.
-, -, and compositions for escheats in Virginia, revenue from; xc. 33; xciv. 79.