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'Index: E', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 601-600. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79493 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Earle, Brigadier, 488.

-, John, petitions of, 34, 35.

-, -, registrar of seizures, petition of, 37.

-, -, had taken the sacrament and test, &c., 37.

Earthenware, painted, 418.

East country merchants, 323, 516.

East India Company, see India.

Eastland, the governor, merchants, &c. of, petition of, 309.

East, Michael, petition of (Customs), 561.

-, William, master of a ship, petition of, 509.

Eaton, 279.

Eccles, John, and other merchants of the city of Dublin, petition of, 514,

Ecclesiastical Councils, a new edition of, 290.

Ecclyn, or Ecklin, Col. Robert, memorial of, 324.

-, -, the regiment of, memorial from, 241.

Eden, Robert, of Cowes, 124.

Edgar, Miles, searcher of the port of Chichester, 206.

-, -, petition of, 214.

Edgworth, Sir John, 118.

-, -, petition of, 403.

-, -, the regiment of, 167.

-, -, -, petition, 179.

Edinburgh, 69, 99, 106, 112, 284, 378, 482.

Edisbury, Dr. John, 242.

-, Dr., a tenth paid by him on lead ore in co. Flint, 252.

-, Mr., brother of Dr. John Edisbury, petition of, 242.

Edwards, John, master of the John of Bristol, carries sick men to the hazard of his life, petition of, 268.

-, Tallboth, Esq., as to mines conceived to be in the islands of Nevis, Monserat, and St. Christophers, petition of, 235.

Edward VI., the reign of, allusion to, 271.

Edwin, Sir Humphry (manor of Westminster), 377 (2).

-, Humphry, 554.

Effingham, Lord, late governor of Virginia, the goods of, memorial respecting, 155.

Egham, manor of, office of steward of, 33.

Eglesham, John, memorial of, 181.

Egmonton Hall, 170.

Egypt, 191.

Eight, pieces of, 431.

Eland, Joan, 287.

-, Lord, 408.

Elephants' teeth, 199.

Elizabeth, Queen, 1, 26.

-, -, the reign of, 271.

Elkin, Martin, merchant (Customs seizure), petition of, 294.

Ellesdon, John, petition of, &c., 112 (2).

-, John, of Lydd, gent., assaults riding officers on the coast of Kent, &c., 232.

Ellingworth or Ellingsworth, Bridget, widow of Charles Ellingworth, chaplain and physician to Col. Monroe's regiment, petition of, &c., 496, 545.

Elliott, Col. Mac, a prisoner in the Tower of London, 380.

Ellis, James, a second clerk of the warden of the Mint, petition of, &c., 65, 329.

-, J., 548.

-, Robert, 421.

Elnberger, Brigadier, 82.

Elsinore, 404.

Elston, Philip, petition of, 45.

Elton, Abraham, of Bristol, merchant, the proposal of, to coin copper, petition of, 570.

Elwill, Sir Jo. (mint at Exeter), 538, 541.

Ely, revenues of the bishopric of, 210.

Embargo, 35, 59, 307, 308, 503, 531.

-, on ships, 237, 238.

Embree, Captain, 370.

Emet, condemned for clipping in 1688, 234.

Emmett, Mr., 87.

Emperor, the service of the, 317.

Encroachments, 287.

Enemies, Irish, French, and domestic, 152.

-, of the King's peace, 70.

-, the King's, 130.

-, their Majesties', 331.

-, the popish and arbitrary designs of the kingdom's, 35.

Enfield, 288.

Engagement with French ships, 64.

Engineers' tools, charges for, 551.

Engine at Hull to make salt water fresh, 137.

Engines, fire, 146.

-, for draining, 128.

-, for marking moneys, 154.

-, for pressing hay, 232.

England, mention of, 4, 22, 25, 27, 30, 35, 36, 37, 39, 47, 53, 61, 66, 73, 76, 77, 79, 94, 95, 98, 127, 136 (2), 147 (4), 156, 158, 169 (3), 173, 179, 196, 197, 211, 214, 219, 222, 249 (2), 255, 268 (2), 275, 276, 281, 282, 293, 297, 307, 311, 321 (2), 323 (2), 325, 335, 336, 337, 345, 346, 353, 354, 359, 360, 377 (3), 385, 409, 411, 425, 454 (2), 456 (4), 462, 463 (2), 469, 470, 488, 489, 516 (3), 527, 534 (2), 551, 566.

-, the Lords Justices of, see Justices.

-, the King's expedition to, 181.

English coast, 139.

-, interest [in Ireland], the, 96.

-, prisoners, 326.

Engravers, 53 (3).

Enlisting men, 8.

Ennis, William, supervisor (Excise), 395.

Enniskillen, 474 (3).

-, Protestants at, 334.

-, regiment, the, 334.

Enos, Mr. Samuel, 244.

Enquiry, the commander of the sloop, 48.

Envoy extraordinary, 6.

Eppinger, Col., the regiment of, 223.

Erle, Brigadier Thomas, memorial of, 347 (2).

-, Col., the regiment of, 213, 216, 244, 257, 305.

-, -, the transport of, 227.

-, Col. Thomas, 235.

-, -, the regiment of, 313.

Erne, the river, fords of (Ireland), 473.

Ernle, Sir John, Kt., Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, 8.

Esday, Mr. Henry, 250.

Esher, 33.

Essex, 220.

-, coast, 248.

-, the Earl of, the regiment of, 552.

-, the vice-admiral of, 236.

Establishment, the, 171, 274.

-, the English, 258.

-, (military), the, 333, 347, 361 (2), 467.

Establishment, see Works.

Estang, the Seigniour de l', goods of, 38.

Estimate (army), 569.

Europe, goods of, 197.

Eustace, Ann, petition of, 347.

-, Sir Maurice, Lord Chancellor, 4.

-, Maurice, of Portlester, Esq., 321 (2).

Evance, Mr., 67.

-, Sir Stephen, 472, 502.

-, -, would remit money at 1 per cent. less than the bank, 457, 459.

Evance or Evans, Sir Stephen, imports naval stores, 517 (2), 518 (2).

-, -, (moneys for Savoy), 431.

-, Edward, petition of, 261.

-, John [? a builder], 385.

-, Richard, searcher of the port of Milford, petition of, 58.

-, Timothy, mariner, 467.

-, Mr., surveyor of the meltings and clerk of the irons (Mint), 494.

Evelyn, John, Esq., receiver-general of Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, 133 (2).

Everard, James, the estate of (co. Waterford), 345, 355, 356 (2).

-, Mr., a Commissioner of Excise, 518.

-, Mr., general surveyor, London (Excise), complaints against him, 464.

Everett, George, shipwright, 492.

Evernden, Anthony, gent. (canvas), 547.

Exchange at Exeter, 545.

-, rate of, 136.

-, see Bills.

Exchequer, the, 12, 23 (2), 48, 50, 55, 61, 66, 86, 89, 168, 202, 218, 230, 236, 247, 256, 265, 271, 273 (2), 278, 296, 305 (2), 310, 311, 312, 333, 341, 357, 363, 376, 421, 434, 436, 448, 461 (2), 463, 472, 492, 506, 521, 537, 542, 547, 552, 567, 568 (2), 569, 574.

-, the auditor of, 23.

-, -, the receipt of, 249.

-, Bank, 545.

-, bill in the, 177.

-, bills, 539, 546, 566.

-, -, ardently craved, 245.

-, the Chamberlain of the, 293.

-, Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of, 8.

-, the Chancellor of the, 305, 368, 385, 502, 546.

-, cost of bringing up money to the, 76, 294, 297.

-, the Court of, 114, 119, 120, 130, 137, 205, 279, 322, 341, 360, 361, 390, 399, 440.

-, returns of seizures of forfeitures to the, 191.

-, debtors to the hearth money to be returned in the “Insuper of the,” 224.

-, fees, 16, 140, 305, 494.

-, (Ireland), 251.

-, [King's], remembrancers of, 7, 114, 137, 338.

-, the Lord Chief Baron and the rest of the barons of the, 43.

-, at Lostwithiel, see Lostwithiel.

-, the melting house in the, 573.

-, office, 488.

-, officers of the, 246, 531.

-, the receipt of the, 31, 201, 279, 124, 314, 332, 569.

-, -, the auditor of the, 364, 569.

-, the receivers of the, 567.

-, the usher, &c. of, 502.

-, seal, the, 563.

-, the tellers of the, 494 (2), 521.

-, Under-Treasurer of the, 11.

Excise, 9 (4), 16, 75 (2), 82 (2), 83, 84, 91 (2), 92, 97, 112, 123, 124, 230, 287, 288.

-, accounts, &c. of, 80 (2), 81.

-, auditors of, 41, 100.

-, cashier of the, 84.

-, collectors of, 92, 164.

-, the, 329 (2), 339, 362, 363, 377, 418 (3), 420, 423, 428 (3), 454, 461, 463, 481, 495, 503, 512, 548, 567.

-, the collectors, &c. in the country not to be too scrupulous in receiving punched money, 553.

-, Comrs of, 9, 11, 24 (2), 32, 41, 43, 45, 47, 54, 58, 68, 69, 70 (2), 74, 75, 80 (4), 81, 84, 91, 92, 95 (2), 96, 97 (4), 99, 101, 109 (2), 114 (3), 115, 125 (2), 139, 144, 156, 161 (2), 162 (2), 164, 167, 168, 173, 175, 181, 189, 194, 195, 199, 234, 246, 251, 288, 295, 303, 306 (2), 307 (2), 310, 337, 342 (2), 351, 360, 361, 362, 366, 367, 377 (2), 391 (2), 394, 399, 430, 451, 455, 463, 464, 466 (3), 474, 476, 477, 478, 489, 498, 505, 518, 519, 522 (2), 529 (2), 530, 535, 545 (2), 553, 555, 566 (2).

-, -, their power of appointing and dismissing officers, 60.

-, -, memorial of the, 49, 123, 179, 466.

-, -, management of, 47, 48, 216.

-, -, management traduced, 123.

-, duty on liquors, 2s. in the pound for collecting, 48.

-, granting deputations to inferior officers of, 45.

-, farm and farmers of the, 9, 48.

-, general surveyors, 48.

-, hereditary and temporary, 480.

-, historical particulars of the office of, 466.

-, inferior officers of, 100.

-, -, exempted from the tax of 3s. in the pound, 110.

-, law charges of, 88.

-, London brewery, 464.

-, management and mismanagement of, 70, 80, 210, 451.

Excisemen, 545.

Excise office, 360, 413, 455, 483, 535.

-, -, clerks of the, 421, 543.

-, -, exemption of persons having less than 100l. a year from the tax, 505.

-, -, kept at Sir Eliab Harvey's house in Broad Street, 199.

-, -, officers of, 9, 48, 97, 107, 162, 555.

-, -, -, memorial of, 246.

-, officers of the, had quitted their employment, give their reasons, 464.

-, -, disqualified for further employment, 464.

-, -, vacancies in London supplied from the country, 464.

-, receiver general of the, 519.

-, revenue and duties of, 48, 69, 75, 148, 167, 175.

-, salary bill for the hearth officers, 224.

-, secretary to the, 45.

-, solicitors for, 45.

-, supervisors and gaugers, 49.

-, -, on the allowance of poll tax to, 179.

-, the temporary, 473.

-, see also Ireland.

Exeter, 168, 169, 394, 411, 412, 435 (2), 458, 546 (5), 554.

-, the Bishop of, 8, 341.

-, Jonation, Bishop of, translated from Bristol, petition of, prays discharge from taxation, 40.

-, diocese of, 315, 341, 412.

-, tenths from the diocese of, 24, 25, 36.

-, the city of, 30, 31.

-, -, petition of tradesmen of, 361.

-, Exchequer bank at, 545, 546.

-, the mayor, major of militia, the Earl of Bath had no confidence in him, 31.

-, -, the other officers would not serve under him, his removal suggested, 31.

-, the mint at, 508, 518, 522, 538, 541.

-, the port of, 34, 411, 465.

Expenditure, 25.

Expense, estimate of, 16, 24.

-, revenue and, 9 (2).

Exports, 484.

Extraordinaries to foreign ministers, 92.

Eyer, Mr. Thomas, 455.

Eyles, Francis, 186.

-, -, merchant (bills of exchange), 574 (2).

Eyre, Anthony, son of Col. Anthony Eyre, petition of, 29,

-, Charles Nicholas, Esq., carver to Her Majesty, petition of, 194.

Eyre, Mr., 22.

-, Mrs. Jane, plots of her ground taken into the fortifications of Galway, petition of, 476.

-, Nicholas, Esq., 223.

-, Mr. Samuel, 406.

-, Samuel, imports delph red wares, 418.

-, the Chief Justice in, 406.

Eyton, Col., governor of Languard Fort, 287.



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