Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3, 1702-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1874.
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Vacant pay in Col. Rivers's regiment, deducted; xcii. 93.
Val, or Vale, Notre Dame, dated Camp at; lxxxvii. 14, 25, 26, 36, 46, 47.
Valenze or Valenza, the trenches at; xcix. 56.
Valencia, stores in confusion there, &c., cii. 87.
-, d'Alcantara; ciii. 23.
-, kingdom of; cii. 112.
Vanbrook, John, held a company in the second marine regiment, for pay; lxxx. 137.
Vanbrugh, or Vanburgh, Mr.; lxxxiv. 125; xc. 12; xcix. 86.
-, -, William, Mr. or Esq. [treasurer of the chamber]; lxxxi. 26; lxxxiv. 18; lxxxv. 134; lxxxix. 37; xcii. 26; xciii. 23, 24, 110, 111; xciv. 136.
-, -, deputy controller of the treasurer of the chamber, petition of officers of jewel office; xciv. 113.
Vanderpoel, Mr. Jacob, postmaster at Briel in Holland, claims of; lxxxi. 33.
-, Mr., agent to the packet boats at the Briel, salary of; lxxxvii. 19, 45.
Vanhomrigh, Mr., a commissary general for the army in Ireland, accounts; cii. 26.
Van Hulls, Mr., or William, Esq., deputy to Master of the Robes; lxxxiv. 42; lxxxv. 78.
-, -, rooms at Whitehall in occupation of; xcix. 55.
Van Kaiserfelt, Mons., remittance to; lxxxvii. 89.
Vanse, James, one of the body guard of Kings Charles II. and James II.; lxxxiii. 33.
Vatable, Peter, of Dublin, merchant, money seized; xcvi. 83.
Vaughan, Helen, wife of Col. John Vaughan, lotteries; lxxxiv. 156.
-, John, deputy surveyor of his late Majesty's stables at Kensington, petition; xcvii. 9.
-, Rt. Hon. John, Esq., Lord Lisburne and Baron of Feathers, in Ireland, stewardship of various manors; lxxxi. 80.
Veitch, Capt. and partner, confiscation of estate of, and fines imposed; ciii. 61 (p. 549).
Venetian ambassador, allowance for mourning; lxxxiv. 142.
-, -, linen, &c. brought by and stopped; xcvi. 24, 95; xcvii. 19.
-, -, duties on currants in English bottoms; xcvii. 24.
-, Republic, the, duties deferred by; xcvii. 24.
-, ship, a, as to currants chargeable with duty; xciv. 16.
-, shipping, duties on, in England; xcvii. 24.
Venice, dated; xcvi. 83; xcvii. 42; xcviii. 27.
-, ambassador extraordinary to; xcix. 87.
-, H.M. consul at; xciv. 88, 118; xcix. 81.
Verderers, as to payment of; lxxxv. 169.
-, claims to Fee trees; xcviii. 22.
-, of New Forest, letter of; xci. 134; xcii. 44.
Verdon, James, clerk, petition for grant of East Dereham rectory; lxxxix. 150.
Verdun or Verdin, John Baptist, petition as to silks imported; xcii. 50; xciv. 22.
Verge, the, arrest made within; lxxxix. 28.
Verman, widow of Col. Hugh, of Cornwall; lxxxv. 12.
Vernatty, Mr Anthony, claims for lamps in Westminster Hall, &c.; lxxxv. 49.
-, -, lights in the Court of Requests; xci. 82.
Vernon, Mr.; xcix. 57.
-, Mr., allowance by, while Secretary of State; xciv. 73.
-, James, as to provision of additional shipping for soldiers; lxxix. 64, 65.
-, James, a commissioner for keeping the privy seal; lxxx. 90.
-, -, method for payment of annuities by the tellers; lxxxiv. 148.
-, Sir Richard, as to commission of; xcviii. 5.
Vero, John, gratuity to, for advancement of excise duties at Newcastle-on-Tyne; lxxx. 92.
Verrio, Seignior [Antonio], and his painters; lxxix. 54.
-, -, painting at Hampton Court and Windsor; lxxxi. 22; lxxxix. 41.
-, -, chief painter to his late Majesty King James, certificate as to salary; lxxxiii. 91.
Vervier, dated Camp at; lxxxvii. 57.
Vestures in great wardrobe, payable in money; lxxxvi. 79.
Vezian, James, late purveyor of corn at London and Kensington; xcvi. 86.
Victuallers and victualling, notices of; lxxix. 62; lxxxiii. 122; lxxxvi. 120; xc. 114.; xci. 53; xcii. 25; xciv. 112; xcvi. 19, 21; xcvii. 72; c. 68; ci. 39. ciii. 1.
-, taxes allowed; xci. 114.
Victualling, Papillon's accounts for; xci. 19.
-, boys, frauds by; c. 8.
-, the cashier of the; xcv. 16.
-, commissioners of, petition for place among; lxxxvi. 106.
-, -, reports, &c.; lxxxi. 84; lxxxiv. 75, 98, 152; lxxxvi. 69; lxxxvii. 64; lxxxix. 134, 143; xc. 15; xci. 95; xcii. 24; xciv. 112, 127; xcv. 16, 77; xcvi. 21, 22, 51, 59, 99; xcix. 118; c. 103; ci. 39, 80; ciii. 85.
-, -, answer to complaints of A.B.; xciv. 109.
-, Office; lxxix. 34; lxxxix. 20, 66; xcii. 36; xcix. 54.
-, in the navy, frauds, &c., in, as to discovery of; xcvi. 42.
-, 768 men for two months, estimate for; xci. 44.
Vienna, charge of Elector Palatine's journey to; xcix. 31.
-, envoy extraordinary at; lxxxix. 16.
Vigo, and the action at; lxxxii. 25, 55, 93; lxxxvi. 61; lxxxix. 140; xciii. 128.
-, artillery train serving at, officers, &c. of the, petition; xc. 128.
-, booty; lxxxv. 46, 58; lxxxvi. 15; lxxxvii. 137; xcix. 88, 90.
-, the expedition to; lxxxvii. 109; xcv. 103.
-, embezzling goods taken and brought to; lxxxiv. 2.
-, goods; lxxxv. 164; lxxxvi. 111; xciii. 122.
-, gold and silver taken at, account of, result of the part sent to the mint; lxxxvi. 41.
-, silver taken at, as to sale of; lxxxix. 32.
-, losses at; lxxxv. 132; xc. 118.
-, men of war and galleons (French and Spanish) taken at; lxxxiv. 96, 152, 157.
-, ordnance stores from, brass guns, &c.; lxxxv. 50; lxxxix. 118.
-, physician general in the expedition; xcviii. 100.
-, plate taken at; lxxxiv. 49, 86, 108.
-, prize money, as to payments of; lxxxvii. 112; lxxxix. 119, 125.
-, prizes taken at; lxxxiv. 85, 96; lxxxix. 87; xci. 116.
-, prize ships taken into H.M. service, tonnage and gunnage of; xcii. 20.
-, rewards for services at; lxxxix. 120; xci. 57; xcii. 75.
-, sick among the forces from, and prisoners of war; lxxxiv. 76; lxxxvi. 104.
Villeroy, Mons.; lxxxvii. 2.
Villers, Brigadier, widow and executrix of, for payment for his services in Ireland; xcvii. 103.
Villiers, Col. marines of; lxxx. 22, 75; lxxxiii. 112.
-, Charles, Esq., and Katherine, widow and executrix of Geo. Villiers, Esq., petition as to a bond; xcii. 11.
-, Hon. Col. [Henry], governor of Tynemouth Castle; lxxx. 129.
-, -, -, proceedings against, for smuggling; xcvii. 40.
-, Brigadier William, as to petition of; ciii. 64.
-, Major William, increased pay to; lxxx. 101.
-, regiment, muster rolls and pay; lxxxv. 109.
Vincent, Mr. the commissary; civ. 30, 45.
-, Henry, Esq.; xcii. 18; xciii. 60, 91; xciv. 51.
-, Mr. Henry, paymaster's deputy; xcv. 72.
-, Mr. Philip, late collector of Dundalk, in prison for deficiency; xci. 111.
-, Thomas, information of, as to embezzled goods at Vigo; lxxxiv. 2.
-, -, Esq., deceased, and the New River Company; lxxxix. 137.
Viner, Jane, wife of John Viner, a tidewaiter; lxxxi. 56.
Virginia; lxxxi. 74; xc. 45; cii. 120; ciii. 61 (p. 550); civ. 39.
-, convoy, a prize taken by the; xciii. 123.
-, council of; ci. 5.
-, -, proceedings as to the revenue; xcvii. 75.
-, president and council of. as to Col. Byrd; xcix. 74.
-, fleet; lxxxi. 98, 99; xcix. 124.
-, -, mishap of; xc. 109.
-, head money raised for the support of the government in, tobacco duties, &c.; xciv. 79.
-, governor of; xci. 115; xcii. 51; xciv. 27; xcvii. 75.
-, laws sent to England to be inspected; xcii. 51.
-, &c., merchants trading to, as to packet boats to New York; xc. 109.
-, the northern provinces as far as, how to be put out of danger; xcvii. 10.
-, receiver general in; xcv. 98; xcvii. 8.
-, revenue from tobacco and other duties in; xc. 33.
-, H.M. secretary at; xcii. 51.
-, shipping going to, as to protection of; ci. 5.
-, stores and arms to be sent to; lxxxi. 51.
Voig; lxxxiv. 82.
Volunteers for a regiment of foot, order for raising; lxxxv. 31.
Vorseloer, Camp at, dated; lxxxvi. 90, 103.
Vouchers, deputy auditor of the; lxxxvi. 55.
Vryberg, Vryberge, or Vryborge, Mons. de [Envoy Extraordinary from Holland], Saxe Gotha troops; xcvii. 35.
-, -, transports detained; xciii. 108.
-, -, duties on linen; cii. 133; ciii. 57.
Vulcan, a statue, price of; lxxxvi. 76.