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Babe, John, of Dublin, gent., 413.

-, Mr., 330.

-, Mr. Francis, collector of inland excise, Dublin, 9.

-, -, surveyor general of the inland excise, Ireland, contributed to secure the custom house, &c. in Dublin after the battle of the Boyne, petition of, 250.

-, -, petitions of, &c., 354 (2), 397 (2), 401, 404, 405, 406, 408 (4), 410.

-, -, his charges against the Comrs of Revenue (Ireland), 402.

-, -, reinstated as surveyor general of Ireland, but set aside, 410.

-, -, the dispute between him and the Comrs of Customs, 410.

-, -, proposal to improve the excise, &c., 463.

-, -, on the importation (in Ireland) of French goods, the trade and correspondence with France, &c., 470.

-, -, letter to Mr. Lowndes, he feared he had offended their Lordships; on the French trade, &c.; committed for breach of privilege and reprimanded, 475.

-, -, the Comrs of Revenue (Ireland) found him a man void of all sincerity, and bent on mischief, &c., 477.

Baber, Mr. John, to prosecute informations, &c. (Excise), petition of, 173.

-, -, solicitor for causes before Comrs of Excise and Appeals, petition of, 466.

-, [? Baker], Mr. Henry, 538.

-, and others, receivers general of South Wales, 511.

Bacon, Josiah, petition of, 282.

Baden, the Prince of, 454.

Bagnall, Mr., forfeited estate of, 488 (2), 489.

-, the daughter of, 488.

-, Dudley, the estate of, 473, 474.

-, -, 488 (2).

Bagnall, Nicholas, the estate of, 488.

-, Mrs., 489 (3).

Bagot, Sir Walter, 438.

Bagshot bailiwick, 33.

Bahama, the island called Gordo, 68.

Bailly, Thomas, the evidence of, against clippers, 234.

Baily, James, master of a ship, petition of, 141.

-, Mr, Arthur, a Virginian trader, memorial of, 469 (2).

Baize, “Colchester bays,” 264.

Baker, Capt. Henry, would not pay 30l., and sheltered himself in the Temple, 420.

-, Col. Henry, the regiment of, 314.

-, Mr., bounty to, 457.

-, Mr. [Henry, Treasury solicitor for revenue affairs], 496.

-, Thomas, 256.

-, Thomas, Esq., petition of, &c., 166, 168, 256.

-, Thomas, agent and consul at Algiers, petition of, 482.

-, -, late agent and consul of Algiers, to go to Tripoli to renew the peace, 392.

-, Mr. N., 557.

Balderston, Thomas, petition of, 153.

Balfour, Charles, Esq., the estate of, damaged, above 8,000l., by the burning of Lisnaskey, &c., 568.

Ball, James, of London, merchant (Customs), 453.

-, Mrs., petition of, 122 (2).

Ballard, William, of Cork, merchant, petition of, 559.

Ballast office, 172.

Ballimony (Ireland), 168.

Ballowe, Henry, a deputy chamberlain [Exchequer], 426.

Ballydergan (Ireland), 435.

Ballyfoyne (Ireland), 425.

Ballylow (Ireland), 473.

Ballyneglasse (Ireland), 435.

Ballynoone (Ireland), 473.

Ballyshannon (Ireland), 52, 54, 173, 183, 270.

Baltemore or Baltimore, Charles, Lord, memomorials of, &c., 190, 214, 361.

-, Lord, proprietor of the province of Maryland, 267 (3).

Balzarn, Christian Ermst, an aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wirtemburg, lieut.-gen. of the Danish forces, petition of, 217.

Balylakan (Ireland), 435.

Bampton, Robert, linendraper, petition of, 60.

Bandon, 220.

-, the town of, the provost, burgesses, &c. of, and the corporation of Bandonbridge, as to grant of lands, petitions of, 440.

-, -, -, do not suffer a Papist to dwell among them, 440.

-, the people carried prisoners to the mountains of Kerry, 440.

-, Bridge (Ireland), 168.

Banister, George (mint at York), 509.

Bank bills and notes, 531, 556.

-, of England, Their Majesties' power to incorporate the contributors to a fund or credit under the name of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, 363.

-, -, Comrs of the, 452.

-, -, credits by, 445, 454, 457.

-, -, remittances of money abroad, 457.

Banks, Sir John, 133 (2).

-, Jo., 236.

-, Mr., 87.

-, Robert, clerk, vicar of Hull, petition of, 185.

-, William, petition of, 202.

Banson, Charles, gent., one of the general surveyors of the excise, the petition of, 24 (3).

Bantry, 542.

Barbadoes, 8, 14 (3), 71, 95, 135, 147, 193 (4), 204, 214, 220, 224, 250, 259, 260, 262, 272, 335, 336, 353, 400 (2), 446, 452, 467, 530.

-, a great mortality at, 245.

-, a regiment of foot sent there recalled 13.

-, [Francis], Lord Willoughby, chief governor of, 12.

-, William, Lord Willoughby, governor of, 12.

-, Col. Kendall, governor of, 285.

-, the governor of, 310, 333, 398, 499.

-, judge of the Court of Admiralty, 398.

-, receiver of casual revenues, 398, 530, 532.

-, a bell for a church there, 398.

-, bills drawn from, 434.

-, Col. Russell, governor of that island, 439, 530.

-, letters dated at, 532.

-, 4½ per cent. on commodities there, 12, 95, 136 (2), 140 (2), 142, 256, 285 (2).

-, duty of 4½ per cent. farmed, 13.

-, farmers of the 4½ per cent. there, 10.

-, men, 321.

-, plentiful crops at, 136.

-, ships wanted to carry the produce from, 136.

-, produce of, 10.

-, provisions for, 353.

-, rent by the farmers there, 14.

-, ships of war at, 448.

-, time of the plague there, 448.

Barbary, 176.

-, presents, the, 542.

-, the coast of, the consul general of the States General of the United Provinces there, 238.

Barber, George, 476.

-, John, embroiderer, petitions of, 33, 232.

-, Thomas, a coast waiter in the port of London, petition of, 166.

-, William, maltster at Luton, failing to return excise money, his estate seized, 251.

-, the King's, 10.

Barbot, Mr. John (transport service), petition of, 542.

Barcelona, in Spain, 72.

Barillia, customs on, 378, 382.

Barker, John, a witness as to derelict land 538.

-, -, petition of (commissariat), 296.

-, Mr. Robert, waggon master general, 221.

Barnet, Friern, 157.

Barnham, Mrs. Margaret, widow, petition of, 180.

-, -, Francis and Robert, her sons, served in Ireland, 180.

Barney, Richard, of London, merchant, 441.

Barnstaple, the bar of (derelict land), 383.

-, the port of, 149, 531.

Barnwall, Matthew, the estate of, in the co. of, Meath, 565.

Barnwell, Patrick, the estate of, forfeited, 192.

Baron, Capt., 325.

-, Hartgill, Esq., 222.

Barracks (Ireland), application of forfeitures for the building of, 356.

Barrard, Mr., 543.

Barret, Christopher, searcher in the port of Yarmouth, petition of, 52.

-, Nicholas, petition of, 238.

-, -, contractor for building two thirdrate ships, petition of, 209.

Barrow, 532.

Barry, David D', or Bery, David de, merchant, petition, &c. of, 233, 246, 409.

Barston, James, manufacturer of painted earthenwares, and others, petition of, 418.

Bartlett, Henry, of London, merchant, 441.

Barton, Captain (mint at York), complained against, 554.

-, -, his good character, 554.

-, Daniel, proposes to make halfpence and farthings, 366.

-, -, (coinage), 416.

Barton, 532.

-, the barony of, co. Westmoreland, 442.

Barwick, the Duchess of, 558.

Baskett, John, petition of, 416.

Basse Wavre, the camp at, 518.

Bassile, Simon, Esq., surveyor of works (temp. Jac. I.), 351, 352.

Bastinck, Francis, a contractor for mail packetboats, petition of, 127.

Bateman, Mr. William, merchant of London, petition of, 159.

Bath and Wells, the revenues of the bishopric of, 210.

Bath, the [Rt. Hon. John] Earl of, 17 (2), 18 (2), 19 (2), 25 (2), 27, 28 (4), 29 (2), 64, 557.

-, -, ready, but dared not come to London without the King's permission, 19.

-, -, Lord Warden of the Stannaries, 26.

-, -, had lent his name to encourage responsible men and undertakers, but hoped not to involve his fortune, 30.

-, -, chief ranger and keeper of St. James's Park, 156.

-, -, governor of the fort of Plymouth, 206.

-, -, memorial of, 333.

-, -, and Sir Edw. Carteret, kt., the “ancientest servants” living of the royal family, 222.

-, -, had been groom of the stole, &c., petition of, 257.

-, -, the regiment of, 465.

Bathurst, Benj. (the Prince of Denmark's affairs), 431.

-, Mr. or Samuel, 127 (2).

-, Mr. William, 536.

Battersby, Simon, of Kirkby Lonsdale (Westmoreland), petition of, 546.

Batt, J., 560.

-, Samuel, petition of, 122.

Bay salt, 570.

“Bays” or baze, on the importation of, from Ireland, 36.

Bavaria, the Duke of, a privateer called, 391.

-, the elector of, governor of Flanders, 336.

Beach, Henry, petition of, 387.

Beachy, 515.

Beachy Head, 149, 484.

Bearcroft, Philip, receiver of taxes (Worcester), robbed, 466 (2), 472.

Beaubuisson, Peter Guenon de, master of the setting dogs, 208, 220.

-, -, keeper of the King's private armoury, 220.

Beaufort, the Duke of, 233, 293.

Beaufoy, Mr., attorney for the prosecution of the Crown's rights in concealed lands, petition of, 74.

Beaulieu, 127.

-, Isaac, petition of, 62.

-, the, French privateer of St. Malo, 340.

Beaumaris, the port of, 558.

Beaumont, Sir Thomas, Bart., lieutenant to Col. Beveridge's regiment of dragoons, petition of, 56.

Beaver skins, 67, 75, 433.

Beccelor, David, memorial of, 215.

Becelaer, letter dated at, 447.

Beckman, Sir Martin, 304.

Bedchamber, the first gentleman of the, 257.

Bedford, 162, 251.

-, the profits of the county of, not sufficient to pay the sheriff, 419.

Bedfordbury (Westminster), 371.

Bedfordshire, 535.

Bedgood, Nicholas, petition of, 277.

Beef, 117.

-, for the fleet and army in Ireland, 59.

Beer, 114, 122, 156, 181.

-, tax on, 152.

-, and ale, duties on, 455, 481.

-, duty on, 315.

-, for the navy, 422.

Beeston, Col. Sir William, lieutenant-governor of Jamaica, 320, 358, 459, 502.

Belasyse, Sir H., 381, 488.

Belcastle, Col., the regiment of, 494.

-, Brigadier, 572.

Belfast, 72, 107, 156 (2), 343, 345 (2), 348, 413, 423, 572.

Belgium, 344.

Belin, Ozee, a French Protestant, cloths, &c. of, seized for nonpayment of customs, petition of, 204.

Bellamy, Edward, had equipped a privateer, petition of, 570.

Bellasyse, the Right Hon. John, Lord, 28, 29.

-, or Bellasis, Sir Henry, the regiment of, 187, 426, 434.

Belleeke (co. of Fermanagh, Ireland), 473, 474 (2).

Bellomont (variously spelt), Lord, to receive money for the Queen's use, 144 (2).

-, -, letter signed, 167.

-, -, stop put to fetching timber from woods near Bantry, 542.

-, -, his pretensions to timber in Ireland, 561.

-, -, distrains Lord Kilmare's estate, 561.

Bells, export of (Customs), 324, 398.

Benefices, ecclesiastical, in the diocese of Exeter, 36.

Benefield farm, Northamptonshire, 243.

Bennett, Capt. Joseph, petition as to the pay of, 241.

-, Mr., the executors of, 457.

Bentley, Mr. William, mayor of Leicester, 367.

Beranger, Simon, petition of (Customs), 493.

Bere forest, a lodge burnt, 148.

Berenzone, Capt., commander of a ship from Geneva, petition of, 259.

Bere, Richard, officer of customs at Carlisle, petition of, 246.

Berkelbach, Renier, military agent at the Hague, petition of, 43.

Berkeley, the Rt. Hon. the Lord, the marine regiment of, 505.

Berkley, the Lord, the regiment of, 213, 285.

-, the Lord, 546.

Berkenhead, Capt. Wm., surveyor of customs, committed to prison for assisting fugitives to France, 115.

Berkshire, Lord, 520 (2).

-, the receiver general of, 65, 66.

Bermondsey, co. Surrey, 28, 374.

Bermuda, the customs defrauded and the merchants troubled, 272.

Bermudas, the, 140.

Bernard, J., 187.

-, -, informations against captains in the navy for embezzlements, 506.

Bernardi apprehended, 511.

Bernardiston, Sir Samuel, 517.

Berry, Mr., 436 (2).

Bery, David de, merchant, petition of, 246.

Bertie, Charles, Esq., treasurer of the ordnance, 372, 401, 406 (2), 411, 426.

-, the Hon. Charles, Esq., treasurer and paymaster of the ordnance, 551.

-, the Hon. Edward, customer of the great and petty customs, 49.

-, Mr., 132, 140, 289.

-, -, and another, memorial of, 139.

-, -, (Customs), 356, 424.

-, Peregrine, Esq., makes survey of the port of Bristol as to customs' matters, memorial of, 247 (2).

Berwick, 84, 85 (3), 88, 90, 99, 103, 104 (2), 106 (7), 107 (2), 121, 186, 284.

Berwick-upon-Tweed, petition of the mayor, &c. of, 167.

-, the repair of the bridge, 167.

-, the port of, 561.

Berwick, the King's ship, 542.

Betsworth, Captain, lost his leg at the battle of Landen, petition of, 382.

Bevan, Mr., his corn in Wales, 93.

Beveridge, Colonel, 56 (2), 154.

-, -, the regiment of, 244.

-, -, -, memorial, 355.

-, Count, the levy money of, 200.

Beverley, Mr., 183.

Beverton, Mr. (Customs), 383 (2).

Bible, a, for the governor of New York, 352.

-, the Polyglot, 290.

Bibles, 470.

Bickerstaffe, Sir Charles, 145, 149, 154.

-, Mr., lease of mines, memorial of, 251.

-, Philip, Esq., 543 (2).

Biddeford, 423 (2).

-, mention of, 172, 173, 177 (2), 180, 184, 223, 225, 227, 269.

Biggleswade, 535.

Biggs, Giles, of London, merchant, a bankrupt, 265.

Bigland, serjeant, 29.

Bigsby, John, receiver general of the hearth money, 97.

Bilboa (Spain), 73 (2), 79 (2), 470, 475, 492.

“Billanders,” freight of, 258.

Billing, Lieut.-Col. Richard, 433.

-, Robert, gent., memorial of, 433.

-, -, brother of Lieut.-Col. Richard Billing, memorial of, (arrears), 502.

Billop or Billopp, Capt. [Chr.], 165.

-, -, petitions of, 167, 331 (2).

-, -, charged with forgery, 506.

-, -, captures a hoy and obtains her condemnation as prize, 199.

Bills of exchange, or Bills, 67, 94, 101, 102, 103 (2), 107, 133, 136, 139 (2), 163, 263, 300, 303, 310, 327, 333, 349, 363, 367, 489, 545, 574.

-, for provisions, 5.

-, premiums for negotiating, 546.

Bing, Captain George, 506.

Bingham, John, the King's inspector at the melting house in the Exchequer, petition of, 573.

-, Mark, gent., petition of (customs' forfeitures), 502.

-, Mary, widow of Capt. Charles Bingham, killed at the battle of Aghrim, late of the regiment of Col. Thomas Erle, petitions of, 235, 305.

Birr, the castle of (Ireland ?), 469.

Birt, Mary, widow, petition of, 446.

Bisbie, Matthias, surveyor of cider, petition of, 306.

Bishop, Charles, surveyor of customs at Harwich, 323.

Bishops, the deprived, a vindication of, pamphlets thereon, 491.

Bissell, Mr., 109.

Blackaller, William, petition of, 45.

Blackborne, Ro., secretary [to the East India Company], 539.

Blackbourne, John, 332.

Black box used for transporting letters between the secretaries of England and Scotland, prohibited, 284.

Blackeston, Nathaniel, lieutenant governor of the Island of Montserrat, the pay of as captain of a regiment, petition of, 508.

Blackhall, Ralph, 501.

Blackham, Richard, of the City of London, Esq., created a baronet, 496.

Blackheath, 304.

-, the manor of, 443.

Blackmore, Thomas, citizen and mercer of London, petition of, 510.

Blacksford, Capt. Abraham (arrears to), petition of, 270.

Blackshaw, Ralph, deceased, 534.

Blackstakes, the, in the Medway, 138.

Blackwall, 157.

Blackwell, John, Esq., petition of, 279.

-, Mr. (Customs), 426.

Blackwell, Mr. Lambert, consul at Leghorn, 316, 384, 550 (2).

-, Sir Lambert, (lands in Ireland), petition of, 540.

Bladworth, John, petition of, (Customs), 446.

Blake, Daniel, gent., petition of, 360.

Bland, Charles, an officer of the Great Wardrobe, 521.

-, John, petition of, 534.

Blaney, Lord, governor of the garrison of Sligo, petition of, 510.

Blanket, custom of tossing in a, 329.

Blashford, Capt., of Col. Woolesley's regiment of horse, 235.

Blathwayt or Blaithwaite, William, Esq., auditor general of His Majesty's revenue in America, 10, 11, 409.

Blathwayt, William, or Mr. [Secretary at War], 69, 76, 82, 83, 85 (2), 90 (2), 93 (2), 94 (3), 98, 99 (2). 102, 103, 105, 115, 117, 140, 161, 179 (2), 185, 189, 203, 215, 220, 223, 244, 293, 361, 369, 384, 393, 404 (2), 410,, 412, 422, 434, 438, 442, 447, 449, 452, 454 (2), 457, 461, 471, 487 (2), 500 (2), 511 (2), 512, 514, 515, 516 (2), 517 (2), 518, 519, 520, 522, 524, 526, 531 (2), 532 (2), 533, 534, 535, 540, 542 (2), 545, 547, 548, 549, 550, 551, 569.

-, -, to repair to Flanders, 354.

-, Mr., 1,000l. a week to the office of, stopped, 535.

-, -, Indian goods imported by him, memorial about, 467.

Bleau, James, surgeon to the hon. “St. George's” regiment, petition of, 199.

Blight, Francis, of Bodmin (Cornwall), 142, 218, 315, 341, 412.

-, -, a Papist, 412.

-, -, agent for the collection of tenths (diocese of Exeter), 24 (2), 25.

-, John, of Bodmin, 341.

Blofeld, Mr. Leonard, cousin to Thomas Blofeld, receiver of aids for Norfolk, 541.

-, Mr. Thomas, declines the appointment to give out the new money, &c. at Norwich, 541.

Blomley, Mr. Laurence, 4.

Blood, Captain Holcroft, an engineer in Ireland, then going to the West Indies, petition of, 287.

Bloome, William, a clerk of the Transport office, 415.

Blowers (tin), the names of, to be presented, 17.

Blowing houses for tin, 17 (6), 231.

-, -, to be presented to the Stannary Court, 524.

Blubber, 326.

Blunt, Mr., 23.

Blythnook (Northumberland), 120.

Boardman, Mr., 348 (2).

Boats, open, question of liability to customs of, 450.

Boats, packet, hire of, 308.

Bobin, Isaac, of London, merchant, 153.

-, -, (Flanders goods), 571, 572.

Bodmin, 315, 341.

Boggest, Francis, a patent waiter in the port of London, petition of, 297.

Boherne, Samuel, 151.

Bolitho, John, officer of customs in the Scilly Isles, 33, 78.

Bolton, the Duke of, 58, 66, 143, 177, 256, 345, 379, 382, 383, 401.

-, -, the regiment of, 193.

-, -, his regiment in the Caribbee Islands, 204.

-, -, tents to be brought by his officers, 236.

-, -, order to the keepers of the New Forest as to dotard trees, 207.

Bomb ships, 445.

-, vessel, a, 328.

-, vessels, purchase of, 522.

Bomhover, or Boonhouvre, Mr. (Ordnance), 397, 411.

Bonadventure, the ship, 98, 198, 553.

Bond, Lady, the widow of Sir Thomas, 490.

-, Sir Henry, inquisition on, 240.

-, -, Bart., attainted, (son of Sir Thomas,) the estate of, in Surrey and St. James' Field, petition of, 490 (5).

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 490.

Bonds, coast, solicitor for, 81.

Bonnell, James, registrar (Ireland), 479.

Bonnett, Mrs. Ellenor, petitions of, 118, 190.

Bonourier, Isaac, merchant, a French Protestant (Dublin), petition of, 142.

Booker, Nicholas, searcher of the port of Kingston-upon-Hull, petition of, 72.

Booth, Humphrey (hearth money), 408, 458.

Booth, [ ], 97.

Boothe, G., 252.

Booth or Boothe, Nathaniel, Esq., petition of, &c., 42 (2), 43.

-, -, surveyor of green wax, 218.

Bophin, the Lord, 558.

Boreman, George, Esq., 172.

Borillias or barillia, 56, 191 (2), 212.

-, customs on, 132, 134.

Boscawen, Mr., 86 (2), 95, 102, 144.

Boston, the port of, 471.

Boston, New England, 55, 308.

-, -, court of assistants, 205.

-, -, goods seized at, 197, 205.

Botanic professor, 312.

Boteler, Thomas, Esq., 511.

-, -, petition of, 512.

Botelor, Thomas, petition of (Custom's informations), 473.

Bounty, the King's, or their Majesties', 164, 236, 251.

-, the royal, 344, 362, 457, 459, 498, 512.

Bourdeaux, 50, 53, 169.

-, English shipping there, 34.

Bordeaux Merchant, the, ship, 110, 111.

Bourk, Capt. John, 317.

-, David, Major, and others, petitions of, &c., 317 (2), 340.

Bourke, the Lady Dorothy, petition of, 558.

-, the Lady Honor, a daughter of the Earl of Clanricarde, 494.

Bourke [or Burgh]-upon-the-Sands, the manor of, 442.

Bourn, Sussex, 49.

Boutell or Bowtell, Mr. 217.

Bovett, Ri[chard] (Customs), 318.

-, Richard, gent., 374.

Bow, 389.

Bowen, Capt. Griffith, collector of customs, in the port of Padstow (dismissed), petition of, 285.

-, Gr., 242.

Bowers, Mr., 53.

-, Mr. [George], engraver to the Mint, 106.

-, -, deceased, 108, 110.

Bowles, Charles, master of the pavilions, hales, tents, and toils, petition of, 16.

-, -, previously deputy commissary of the musters, 16.

-, John, imports delph red wares, 418.

-, -, or Mr. Bowles, 149, 174, 186 (2).

-, Phineas, 44.

-, S., 83.

-, Thomas, had fitted out a privateer with letters of mark, petition of, 507.

-, Thomas, of London, merchant, capture of prize (Customs), petition of, 487.

-, William, brother of Charles, 16.

-, the father of Charles Bowles, master of the pavilions, &c., 16.

Bowtell, William, merchant, petition of, 389.

Bowyer, Mr., surveyor (woods), 170.

Boxwood, 191.

Boyer, Paul, 551.

Boyle, William, petition of (money shipped under the denomination of butter, seized), 460.

Boyne, the victory of, allusion to, 250, 276.

-, the battle of the, mention of, 485, 497, 501.

Brabant, Henry, Esq., petition of, as to the estate of his father, 124.

-, Henry, one of the King's waiters in the port of London, petition of, 243, 244.

Brabin, Thos., Esq., solicitor for the city of Lincoln, and co. of Rutland, for the aid of 12d. in the pound, petition of, 125.

Bradbury, George, 438.

Bradbury, the manor of (Durham), 408.

Braddon, Laurence, fined and imprisoned, petition of, 412.

Braden Forest (Wilts), commission and articles for the survey of, 3.

Bradford, paper signed by, 336.

Bradley, Mary, widow, petition of, 371.

Bradshaw, Sir Cornwall, petition of, 310.

-, John, the city marshal, petition of, 491.

-, Samuel, gent., receiver general of an aid, &c. for the co. of Derby, petition of, 368.

-, Wm. (Customs), 237.

Braems, Walter, Esq. (Customs), petition of, 121.

Braman, Major, 455.

Brandenburg, the Elector of, 131.

-, -, and Duke of Zell, fees for the installation of, as a knight of the Garter, 201.

-, the Earl of, paymaster general, 516.

Brandon, the Lord, a member of the House of Commons, 178.

Brandy, 54, 68, 113, 142, 161 (2), 167, 345.

-, cast ashore at Newhaven, Sussex, 491.

-, imported, 492.

-, running at Deal, 391.

-, Spanish, 112, 367.

Bratle, Daniel, assay master, 494.

Brawne, Charles, of Redlinch, Esq, (Taxes) 464.

-, Charles, Esq., receiver general of the quarterly poll (Somerset and Bristol), petition of, 317.

-, Mr. Charles, security for a collector of excise, petition of, 477.

Brazil, 335.

-, wood from, forfeited, 440.

Bread, debts for, 498.

-, waggons, 168, 318.

Breda frigate, the blowing up of the, 188.

Breda, letter dated at, 515.

Breken, Martha, widow (arrears, army), petition of, 442.

Brennans, the sept of the (Ireland), a terror to the English inhabitants, &c., 393.

Brent, Mr., 489.

-, Mrs. Ann, niece to Richard Reed, 256.

Brenton, Mr., employed [for survey of woods] in the provinces of Maine and New Hampshire, in New England, 203.

Brereton, Mr., 417.

-, William, Lord, 14.

Brest, 313, 367.

-, expedition against, 411.

-, French fleet sails from, 39.

-, -, gets into, much battered, 44.

Breton, Richard, Esq., customer of the port of Sandwich, petition of, 451.

Brett, John, a searcher of the port of Chester, petition of, 94.

Brewer, Mr., 80.

Brewers, the, 80, 466, 545.

-, forfeiture of, 526.

-, for the fleet, 555.

-, servants of, impressment of, 109.

Brewing utensils, 377, 455.

Brewster, Mr. Samuel, deputy usher of the Court of Exchequer, 190.

-, Samuel (Court of Exchequer), 502.

-, Sir Francis, alderman of Dublin, 96.

-, -, (forfeited lands, Ireland), petition of, 486.

-, -, his sufferings and losses, (30,000l. and more), 486.

Bribe to custom's officer, 275.

Brice, John, receiver general of the first aid for Somerset, petition of, 92.

Brich (Ireland), 221.

Bricklayers, affidavits of, 87.

Bridgman, Mr., 202, 458, 484, 561, 564.

-, Robert, servant of C. Howard, 2.

Bridgeman, Mr. Wm., 400, 401, 403, 404, 410, 486.

-, William, Esq., 572.

Bridges, B., 23.

-, Brook, Esq., auditor of imprest, 140, 326 (2), 343, 348, 519, 547.

-, Capt., 109.

-, Sir Matthew, the regiment of, memorial of, 487, 512.

-, Mr. auditor, the office of, 210.

-, Mr., solicitor of the customs, 461 (2).

-, Sir Tobias, 13.

-, -, regiment of, 14.

-, William, Esq. (Ordnance), 202.

-, Capt. William, on the seizure of the “Sturgeon,” prize ship, petition of, 217.

Bridgewater, 2, 93 (2), 320.

Bridgewater, the Right Hon. the Earl of, 384.

Bridlington fort, 386.

Brienne, Simon de, housekeeper and wardrobe-keeper at Kensington Palace, petition of, 315.

Brierton, Mr., 437.

Briggs, Mr., or Augustin [Esq.], receiver general of the aid in the co. of Norfolk and Norwich, 65.

-, -, petition of, 111.

-, Major, receiver general of poll money, 45.

-, Wm., Esq., marshal of the King's Bench, petition of, for his expenses for an execution, and for putting persons in the pillory, 207.

Brill, a ship cast away at the, 396.

Brisbane, John, late secretary of the Admiralty, had been envoy extraordinary to Portugal, 207.

Bristol, the port and town of, mention of, 2, 107, 157, 165, 173, 177, 180, 183, 184 (2), 185 (2), 188, 189, 203, 204, 216, 223, 225, 227, 248, 257, 258, 259, 268, 269, 275 (2), 278, 284, 317, 330 (2), 351, 368, 407, 446 (2), 460, 477, 487, 508, 510, 516, 553, 554, 572.

-, the collector of, 341.

-, the controllers of, 1.

-, the customers of, 1.

-, customs officers of, 301, 302 (2), 411, 495.

-, officers of customs at, to stand at the assize time with a paper signifying their crimes, 201.

-, port of, customer or collector of, 37, 148, 247.

-, port of, King's waiter, 63.

-, the magistrates of, 464.

-, the mayor of, 1, 2 (3), 3.

-, the mayor and aldermen of, 308, 538.

-, -, -, petition of, 342.

-, the mayor, aldermen, and citizens of, petition of (coinage), 569.

-, the merchants of the city of, 51.

-, Merchant Adventurers of, petition of, 114.

-, mint to be set up at, 510, 518, 522.

-, -, place fixed upon for, 516.

-, -, proposal as to coinage at, 570.

-, mint at, 538.

-, money remaining at, from the badness of the coin, 489.

-, the quay there, 114.

-, the searchers of, 1.

-, seamen allowed for, 137, 138.

-, soldiers there not to embark for Ireland, 2.

-, the vice-admiral there, 1.

-, H.M. ship, 532.

-, the Bishop of, endeavoured to prejudice the tinners against the Earl of Bath, 19.

-, the Countess of, annuity of, 40.

Bristow, Mr. Robert, merchant of London, 226.

-, -, petition of, 282.

Britannia, figure of, on the coin, 79 (2).

Broadhamson, 242.

Broadwater, the hundred of, 535.

-, parish (Sussex), 537.

Brockett, William, gent., petition of, 211.

-, Mr. William, controller of the “outland office” (post office), 574.

Brockman, Mr., 442.

Brockwel, Wingfield, gent., 321.

Broderick, Thomas, 382.

Brodrick, Mr. Alan, solicitor general for Ireland, 452, 566.

Bromfield and Yale, the lordship of, the value of, 436.

-, ptoposed grant of mines there to Sir Robert Cotton, 437.

-, grant of the manor to the Earl of Portland opposed, 437.

-, 23 manors of. 437.

-, five parts in six of the county, 437.

Brook, Chidley, receiver of the revenue of New York, petition of, 269.

Broughton, William, of London, merchant, petition of, 67.

Brown, Nich., 490.

-, Rupert, 151 (4).

-, Captain Thomas, captain in Col. John Foulkse's regiment, petition of, 258.

Browne, Mr. Arnold, a surety of Sir W. Poole, 165.

-, Edward, of London, merchant, and another, petition of, 320.

-, Francis, a lunatic, had been in the care of Dr. Adams at Maribone, and very ill used, application on his behalf, 405.

-, Capt. Hercules, provost marshal, petition of, 228.

-, Leonard, commander of the ship Benjamin, petition of (Customs), 423.

-, Mr., a King's waiter in the port of Bristol, 63.

-, Richard, keyman, 261.

-, Bobert, a messenger of the chamber, 1.

-, Sir Valentine, forfeited woods of, near Bantry, 542.

Brudenall or Brudenel, Lieut.-Col. Thomas, petition of, 358 (2).

Bruges, 67.

Brune, Mons. la, petition of, 181.

Brunskel, Mr. Percival, petitions for derelict land, 537 (2).

-, -, grant refused, 538.

Brunskell, P., the creditors of, &c., 158.

Brunskill, Mr., 143 (2).

-, -, petition of, 388.

Brunswick, Sir William Dutton Colt, envoy extraordinary to the house of, 375.

Brussels, 336.

Bryan, Walter, 490.

Buchan, Col., 280.

-, the Earl of, 482.

Buck, Mr. Edw., 309, 343.

Buckingham, one put in the pillory there, 207.

-, co., 466.

-, George, Duke of, 385.

Buckley, Henry, Esq., master of the household to King Charles and King James, petition of, 40.

Bucknall, Ralph, brewer, 148.

Buckworth, John, Esq., merchant, of London, 226.

-, Sir John, 22 (2).

Buller, Wyndham, dau. and heir of Col. Anthony Buller, petition of, 390.

Bullion, 171, 323, 325 (3), 545.

-, foreign, &c., 138 (3).

Burchett, Mr. (Admiralty), 505, 515, 548, 553, 555, 560 (2), 565, 566 (2).

Burford, Joel (Customs, London), 567.

Burgh, W., accountant general [? Ireland], 569.

Burials, marriages, &c., Act for raising money on, &c., 481.

Burlace, Anne, makes devise of messuages in Bedfordbury and Kennaston Alley, 371.

Burleigh Lodge and Walk, 352.

Burlington, and Cork, Richard Earl of, petition of, 220.

Burt, E., 536.

-, Monsieur, 64.

Burton, Bartholomew, 480.

-, Lancelot, memorial of (premium upon loan), 473.

Bury St. Edmund's, 11.

-, persons put in the pillory there, 207.

Bushy Park, office of keeper of, 33.

Butler, Col., committed to gaol, 115.

-, -, one Butler, his servant, 117.

-, Sir Nicholas, 94.

-, -, a commissioner of customs, 195.

-, Obadiah (transport service), 261.

-, Richard, a discharged “customer,” petition of, 470.

-, Richard, petition of (navy debt), 500.

-, Sarah, widow, the French and Irish kept garrison in her house, barbarities to her daughter and herself, petition of, 326.

-, -, kept prisoner at Limerick, 326.

-, Walter, petitions to recover his commission of 2s. 6d. in the pound for obtaining the royal bounty, 337.

Button, Samuel, gent., the petition of, 10.

Butter, 41 (3), 101, 124.

Butts, Mr., or Mr. Daniel, 90 (2), 413, 454, 457.

-, -, commissary to the Irish forces, 367 (2).

-, -, commissary of the transport, went to France, &c., petition of, 273.

-, -, his salary as commissary of the Danish troops, 273.

-, -, the English commissary, 248 (2).

-, -, commissary to the Danish forces, 499.

Byerley, Col., memorial of, &c., 306 (2), 339.

Byerly, Col., the regiment of, 211, 477.

Byfleet manor, 33.

-, office of bailiff of, 33.

Byng, Captain, commander of the “Dovor,” 345.



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