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'Index: A', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 575-578. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79489 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Abbeville, in France, 99.

Abbot, Mordecai (army affairs), 436.

Abbott, Mr., 327.

Abdication, the, mentioned, 469.

Abercrombe, the Jesuit, 298.

Abernathie, William, a pensioner, 172.

-, Margaret, widow of William, who served King Charles II. in exile, petition of, 479.

Abingdon, petition of innkeepers and inhabitants of, 158.

-, Lord, chief justice in Eyre on this side Trent, 406.

Abis, James, and others, petition of, 374.

Abrahams, Thomas, 245.

Academy to be erected at the public charge, 101.

Accession, their Majesties', 86.

Accident on the coast, 75.

Accounts, the Comrs of the Public, 420, 483, 519, 522.

-, -, memorials of, 442, 459; see also Ireland.

-, declared, 16.

-, parliamentary committee for, 145.

-, public, 196.

Accoutrements, customs free, 520.

-, loss of at sea, 359.

Act of gratitude, 7.

Acton, Mr., army agent, memorial of, 434.

-, Richard (army supplies), 556.

Acts, see Parliament.

Adams, Dr., takes care of lunatics, 405.

-, Jane, relict of Captain Robert, 119.

Addison, Thomas, one of the Comrs for sick and wounded seamen, &c., petition of, 219.

Address to the King, mentioned, 46.

Addresses, see Ireland; the House of Lords.

Admiral, the Lord High, 6.

Admirals, vice, 270, 349.

-, -, advances to, for raising seafaring men, 382, 479.

Admiralty Court, 322, 336.

-, the, 44, 49, 134, 145, 169, 247.

-, the judge of the, 320.

Admiralty, the Lords of the, 83, 113, 120, 128, 131, 133, 134, 138, 143, 159, 161, 169, 171, 175, 176, 178, 179, 193, 239, 243, 263, 268, 270 (4), 275, 278, 295, 298, 300 (2), 302 (2), 303, 306, 320, 323, 366, 403, 404, 407, 410, 432, 458, 486, 504 (2), 505 (2), 515, 516, 530, 536, 553, 560 (2), 561, 564, 565, 566 (2).

-, memorials of, 224, 228, 263, 317, 505, 506, 563.

-, -, estimates of the, 403.

-, -, their salaries, 302.

-, the office of, 385, 451.

-, the secretary to the, 207.

-, the serjeant of, 202.

Adventurers, the society of Merchants, officers of (Bristol), 114.

Advice boats, 504.

Adye, John, a deputy chamberlain (Exche quer), 426.

African Company of England, the Royal, 38, 185, 381, 399.

-, -, the petition of the, 8.

-, House, 421.

Agates, graver of, 108.

Agents' bills, 259.

-, of taxes, 65.

Aghrim, the battle of, 235, 305, 326, 330.

Aglionby, Wm., Esq., envoy extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 332.

-, -, memorial of, 406.

Aid of 12d. in the pound, the, 75, 79, 82 (2), 85.

-, receiver-general of the 12d. per pound, 81.

-, 4s., the, 547.

-, -, Comrs for the, in the county of Brecknock, 573.

Aids, 414, 452, 461 (2), 492, 518.

-, the new, 147.

-, receivers of the, 292, 293, 294, 309, 340, 343, 368, 369 (2), 381.

-, see Taxes.

Airy, James, repairer of bridges in the New Forest, petition of, 221.

Aishcomb, Sir Oliver, 511.

Alamodes (silk) forfeited, 493, 531.

Albany, clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, &c. at, 484.

Albemarle, Lord, 6.

-, the Duke of, 295.

-, the Duchess of, her jointure, 452.

-, ground, estate called, 490.

Albemarle, the ship, 335.

Albin, Onesiphorus (aliens' duties), 229, 264, 265, 274, 439.

Albyville, the Marquis of, 43.

Alcock, Richard, petition of, 241, 244.

Aldersgate, St. Botolph, 157.

Alderwasley, co. Derby, the manor of, 21.

Aldham, Ann, widow and executrix of William Aldham, pensioner petition of, 481.

Aldworth, Auditor, 10.

-, Geoffry, 24.

-, R., 399.

-, William, 23, 24, 221, 461.

Ale, 114, 156.

Alfreton, Derby, a coal mine in, 210.

Algiers, 482.

-, the Dey of, 483, 542.

-, -, presents for, 542 (3).

-, a ship seized at, 217.

-, war with, 389.

Algood, Robert, a deputy commissary of musters, petition of, 114.

Alienation office, 36, 143, 158, 393.

-, -, the clerk of the entries in the, 154.

-, -, the Comrs of the, 143.

Alien duty or duties, 52, 53, 77, 159, 165, 170, 276, 450 (2).

-, proposal of the Lord Lanesboro' and Onesephorus Albin, for the better collection of, and the improvement of trade and customs, 229.

-, proposed farm of, 264, 265, 274.

-, on farming the, 439 (3).

Alix, Doctor, memorial for remission of paper duty for a new edition of Ecclesiastical Councils, 290.

Allan, James, and others, clothiers, petition of, 163.

Allegiance, the oath of, 280.

Allen, Captain, the King's storekeeper and muster-master at Cadiz, 540.

-, Charles, of London, merchant, 371.

-, Mr. John, a collector of excise in Bristol, 477.

-, Henry, a Queen's messenger, seizes a coining mill, petition of, 539.

-, Mr., 369.

-, -, one of their Majesties' messengers, 232 (2).

-, Richard, gent., 227.

-, Sir Thomas, 236.

-, -, [late vice-admiral of the county of Suffolk], 239.

-, Theophilus, surgeon-major to Col. Lutterel's regiment, 158.

-, -, a poor refugee, petitions of, 160.

Allibond, Richard, Esq., petition of, 15.

Allies, march of the, 514.

Allured, Col., 117.

-, or Alured, Col. Matthew, petitions of, &c., 57, 63, 144, 145.

-, [Mr., a patent customer], 131.

Allwood, William, petition of, 28.

Almspeople in Westminster, 4.

Alton, Alexander, executor of the will of William Lyne, petition of, 104.

Ambassador extraordinary, 6.

-, the Spanish, 115, 200, 210.

Ambassadors, 6.

Ambrose, Jonathan, melter at the Mint, the proposals of, 493.

-, Jonathan, melter to the mint in the Tower, memorial of, 563.

America, 22, 136, 327, 332, 508, 438, 440.

-, auditor general of, 409.

-, English plantations in, 47.

-, plantations, 25, 484.

-, North, proposed survey of woods there, 203.

-, -, soldiers and provisions for, 353.

-, wrecks from the sea in, 399.

Amis, William, of Faversham, mariner, 400l. fine set on him, petition of, 440.

Ammond, James, belongings to the smack which was carrying Lord Preston into France, 252.

Ammunition, 14.

Amsterdam, 73, 190, 327, 539, 574.

-, the customs at, 61.

Amy, Thomas, late receiver general of hearth money, petition of, 163.

Anderson, Nicholas, clerk, late vicar of Hull, 185.

-, Thomas, provost of the moneyers of the Mint, petition of, 154.

Andrews, John, customer of Bristol, 3.

-, -, receiver of taxes Warwickshire, 562.

Andrewes, Sir Matthew, petition of, 394.

Andros or Andross, Sir Edmund (Maryland), 449 (2).

-, -, governor of Virginia, 231, 471.

-, -, kt., admitted governor of Maryland, 409.

Aneley, Edward, and another, petition of 332.

Anglesey, Arthur, late Earl of, 558.

-, the Right Hon. Eliz., Countess Dowager of, the debt to her busband, petitions of, 383, 558.

Angwin, in Flanders, 311.

Annesley, Maurice, Esq., the sufferings of, by the rebellion in Ireland, petition of, 526 (2).

Annuities, 25, 83, 178, 208, 457, 482, 518.

Annuity Act, the, 517.

Antigua, 147.

-, the island of, 347, 444.

Antrim or Antrym, the Earl of, the estate of, 182 (3), 192.

-, the Marquis of, 192.

-, the Marchioness of, the petition of, 192.

-, -, her jointure, 192.

-, lands in, 377.

Antwerp, 67.

Apothecaries, 291, 344, 412.

-, of the army, 218.

Apothecary-general, 217.

-, to the household, 203 (2).

-, -, and the person, 134.

Apothecary to the person, 203.

Apparel, free from customs, 520.

Appeales, the Comrs of, 476 (2), 522 (2).

Appleby, Stephen, part owner of a ship seized at Algiers, petition of, 217.

Appleyard, Mr., M.P., a customer of Hull, 117 (3).

Appraisement, writ of, 78.

Apprice, Mr., a patent officer (Customs), 262.

Apsley, Sir Allen, one of the surveyors-general of marine causes in the reign of King Charles I., 166.

-, -, lands in trust for, 166.

Aqua vitæ, duty on, 9.

Aram, Mr., 174.

-, Mr. Thomas, solicitor for excise causes, petition of, 45.

Arbitrary power and government, 40, 43.

Archer, Ann, widow of Capt. James, an engineer, petition of, 301.

Ardglas, Katharine, Countess of, soldiers quartered on the estates of, petitions of, 312.

Argyle, the Earl of, the arrears of the regiment of, compounded, 280.

-, -, the regiment of, 261.

-, -, transport of, 227.

Arlington, the Earl of, his estate, 84.

Armiger, Gabriel, Esq., a discoverer of concealed lands, 431.

Armour of soldiers of every county to be laid up apart, 2.

Armoury, the king's private, 220.

-, the private, 436.

Arms transported from Harwich to London, 35.

-, -, Whitehaven to Ireland, 134.

Armstrong, Lucy, petition on, 401.

-, Sir Thomas, 111.

Army, a regiment five years in arrears, 487.

-, bills, 348.

-, colonels of the, who served in Ireland seek for their pay, memorial of, 519.

-, Comrs for disbanding the, 343.

-, commission for stating the accounts of the, 355, 357, 363, 459.

-, establishment, 152.

-, estimates, 500, 571, 573.

-, in Ireland, 137, 143, 186.

-, list, 21.

-, list of land forces, 568.

-, medicine for the, 218.

-, officers of the, disbursements to, 260.

-, regiments for Holland, 199.

-, -, in Flanders, 277.

-, supplies, 326, 348, 556.

-, the arrears of the, 180.

-, the costs of the, 151.

-, the Popish, in Ireland, 35.

-, march of the, 100.

-, the chief officers of the, hold a meeting at the Horse Guards, 465.

-, the, extraordinary charges of, 481.

-, the, transported from Ireland, 362.

-, wants of the, very great, in danger of coming to ruin, 515.

-, a deficiency of 350,000l. for the, 524.

Army; see also Clothing.

Arnold, letter signed, 174.

Arrests, frivolous, 149.

Arthur, Henry, of Exeter, merchant, 559 (3).

Articles, the thirty-nine, 470.

Artificers, 289, 432, 448.

-, petition of, 16.

-, complain of the worthlessness of the tallies, 426.

-, (ordnance), 368, 388; see also Ordnance.

-, threaten to take their case to the House of Commons, 424.

-, refuse to work, 346.

Artillery and waggon horses, 173, 289.

-, service in Ireland, 572.

-, train, 346.

-, -, Ireland, 212, 237, 425.

-, the train of, in Flanders, 354, 359, 371.

-, -, the establishment of, 361.

Arundell, Jo., 18.

Ashbournham, Sir Henry, Bart., and others, Comrs of hearth money and excise, 16.

Ashby, Champion, petitions of, 101, 124.

Ashfeild, Dorcas, Lady, petition of (proposals to raise money), 455.

Ash, Lady, relict and executrix of Sir Joseph Ash, Bart, petition of, 50.

Ashmole, Mr., the clerks kept by him in the excise office, 474, 475.

Ashtead, manor, 33.

-, office of bailiff of, 33.

Ashton, Mr., 117.

Ashurn, William, petitions for moiety of possessions recovered by him of persons executed for the Popish plot, 296.

Ashurst, Sir Henry, imports naval stores, 517 (2), 518 (2).

-, Sir William, lord mayor of London, petition of, 370.

-, -, 441 (5).

-, -, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 536 (2), 537, 539.

Ashworth, John, of Liverpool, gent., petition of (Customs), 508.

Asia, silk from, 488.

Assays of silver differ at the Exchequer and the Mint, 492.

Assessment on salaries, see Tax.

Assistance, the ship, arrears to, 270.

-, writ of, 327.

Association, the, 154 (2).

-, signing the, 573.

-, the voluntary, 507, 508, 511.

Astley, manor of, co. Warwick, 100.

Atchievements, see Hatchments, 523.

Atherton, Charles, serjeant-plumber to the King, 480.

Athlone, an estate in and about, &c., 544.

-, houses in, 342.

-, the Earl of, commander-in-chief in Ireland, 272, 273.

-, -, 332, 499.

-, -, general of the forces, 445.

-, -, demand for carrying his horses, 227.

-, the taking of and fights of, 314, 326.

Atkins, Sir Richard, col. of a regiment sent to Ireland, 403, 434.

-, Sir Thomas, kt., petitions of, &c., 49, 104.

Atkinson, Capt., 180, 189 (2), 198.

-, Samuel, victualler of forces, 186.

Atkyns, Robert or R., 42, 43.

Attainted persons, 129.

Attorney General, 18, 22, 23, 28, 29, 40, 58, 82, 95, 100, 112, 132 (2), 235, 246 (2), 252, 254, 256, 276, 279, 293, 308 (2), 310, 316 (2), 321, 340, 341, 389, 399, 436, 440, 467, 496, 497, 533 (2), 537, 553, 570.

-, -, see Ward and Trevor.

Attorney, Mr., or the, 11, 34 (2), 53, 55 (2), 70, 111, 159, 185, 187, 200, 211, 233, 257, 265, 281, 371, 435, 436, 443, 444, 450, 532, 538.

Attornments of tenants, 132.

Attre, the camp at, letters dated at, 527, 531, 532, 533, 534, 535.

Aubigney, the lordship and dominion of, in France, 220.

Aubin, Elias, captain in Du Cambon's regiment, petition of, 133.

Audit office, 16.

Auditor General, 320, 385, 449.

-, of revenues in the county of Nottingham, 388.

-, the (Exchequer), 314, 317, 318.

Auditors, the, 16 (2), 151.

Audley, Capt., commander of the “Smyrna” frigate, 159.

-, End park, 226, 311.

Augmentations, the Court of, 269.

Austell Prior, manor of, 287.

Austen, Robert, Esq., 40.

Auverquerc, see Nassau.

Auverquier, Mons., 354.

“Avocatoria,” the Imperial, published at Hamborough, 120.

Avon, the river, 322.

Ayles, Capt. Humphrey (transport service), 174.

Aylesford, the lathe of, 157.

Aylmer, Matthew, Esq., brother of Sir Gerald, petition of, 156.

-, Sir Gerald, lands in Ireland forfeited by, 156.

Ayloffe, Henry, remembrancer of the Exchequer, 7.