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'Index: F', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 603-607. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79494 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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Fagett, Stephen, and another, petition of, 442.

Fairclough, George, physician, petition of, 62.

Fairfax, Colonel, 91.

-, Col. Chas., eminent services of, 205.

-, H., (mint at York), 509.

-, Lord, the regiment of, memorial, 353.

-, -, 520 (3), 521.

-, -, married the heiress of Lord Culpepper, 521.

-, Mr., 85.

-, Col. Thomas, 79, 82, 99 (2), 100 (2), 103 (2), 104.

-, Thomas, Esq., son and heir of Col. Charles Fairfax, petition of, 205.

Fairfield, Mr., [? a tax collector], 279.

Falconer, Margaret, relict of Thomas Falconer, petition of, 314.

Falkland, Viscount, 335.

-, -, a prisoner in the Tower of London, 380.

-, -, Treasurer of the Navy, 502.

-, Rebecca, Viscountess, 457.

-, -, (Lord Falkland's accounts), 502.

Falmouth, 61, 83, 101, 336.

-, the port of, 127, 128, 142, 149.

Fanatics, 254.

Fane, Sir Henry, petition of, &c., 181 (3).

-, -, the trustees of, 294.

-, -, K.B., petition of, 304.

-, or Vane, the Hon. Sir Vere, K.B., 80 (5), 81 (2).

-, -, petitions of, 41, 47, 69, 71.

Fanning, Lieut. Clement, 317.

Fanshaw, Henry, Esq., Remembrancer of the Exchequer, 7.

-, Mr. [?], 527.

-, Sir Richard, envoy extraordinary, 6.

Fanshaw, William, who married the Duke of Monmouth's sister, petition of, &c., 36 (3).

-, -, and another, petition of, 405.

-, -, Esq., 308, 443. 455.

-, -, -, Mary, his wife, relict of William Sarsfield, petition of, 443 (2).

Fardels, search of, 4.

Fareham, 301.

Farish, Robert, collector of the port of Carlisle, petition of, 495.

Farre, see De la Farre.

Farringdon, the manor of, mines there, 372.

Farthing, John, Esq., petitions of, &c., 41, 47, 69, 71, 80.

-, -, of Long Ditton, in the county of Surrey, Esq., as to abuses in the Excise, petition of, 210.

-, -, -, and then of Chelsea, Middlesex, petition of, 451.

Farthings, Comrs for, 80, 90, 95, 102, 109, 115, 249.

-, memorial of, 86.

-, and halfpence, 11, 22, 71, 79, 90, 110, 111 (3), 115, 224.

-, -, of copper, the profit on making 509.

-, -, proposal as to, 570.

-, -, of copper and tin, 365.

-, -, their liability to be counterfeited, &c., 286.

-, -, of tin, and not of copper, 11.

-, -, a more extensive distribution of them in England recommended, 224.

-, -, white, 377.

Fashaw, George Tresswell, and others, petition of, 303, 304.

Fauconier, Peter, petition of, &c. (army clothing), 414, 420.

Fauconnier, Peter, (off-reckonings), 442.

Faulcon, sick men of the ship, 358.

Fauze, Anthony, merchant, petition of (Customs), 531.

Favell, Ventris, proposes a tax on cattle, memorial of, 152.

Fawthorpe, Chr., 94.

Fearon, Ensign Joseph, petition of, 188.

Feathers, provedore of the King's, 429.

Fee-farm rents, 4, 21 (2), 22 (2), 58, 212, 338 (2), 344, 408, 413, 437.

-, trustees for the sale of, 21, 344.

Feering, 537.

Fees, 72, 83, 338, 344, 350, 405, 532, 565, 569.

-, for installation of Knights of the Garter, 523.

-, for passing commissions, 481.

-, &c. of officers of Customs, 302 (2), 424.

-, to the serjeant-at-arms, 222.

-, to Sir John Denham, K.B., surveyor-general [of works], 5.

-, table of, to be set up in the Custom House, London, 3.

-, Treasury, 479, 567.

Fees unpaid, 415.

Fielding, Basil, gentleman, an officer of Customs of the port of Carlisle, dismissed, petition of, 174.

-, Robert, Esq., committed to Newgate, 493.

Fellows, John, 374.

Fellowes, Mr. Rice, 455.

Fen-level, the, Lincolnshire, 253.

Fen, Nicholas, Esq., executor of the will of Richard Kent, Esq., 166.

Fenn, John, collector of Customs at Wexford, petition of, 384.

Fentzall, or Fentzell, John, merchant of London, and others, petition of, &c., 50, 123.

Fenwick, Sir John, regiment of, 158.

Ferguson, Col., 406.

Fermanagh, co. of (Ireland), 473.

Fermoy, the Rt. Hon. John Lord Roche, Viscount Fermoy, petition of, 301.

-, -, his mother hanged at her own door, 301.

-, -, his brother followed King Charles II. in his exile, 301.

Ferries, certain, 345.

-, 14 or 15, the value not known, 356.

Ferris, Capt. Owen, petition of, 334.

Feversham, Halifax, 275.

Fewster, Anthony, petition of, as to transport of forces of Lieut.-General Kirk from Holland, 237.

Fez and Morocco, the Emperor of, 238.

Field, John, Esq., alderman of Hull, petition of, 52.

Fielding, Mr., commissary-general to the Duke of Leinster, in Flanders, 326 (2).

-, Mr., petition of, &c., 327 (2).

-, Mr., Comr of the Victualling Office, suspended, 429 (2).

-, Charles, a certificate from, 201.

-, Mr., or Mr. Israel, at Edinburgh, in Scotland, &c., 69, 74, 98, 99, 104 (2), 106 (2), 107 (2), 112, 316, 323.

-, -, (hearth money), 284.

-, Mr. Robert, inquisition of, 240.

Fifth monarchy men, 301.

Filden, Col. Richard, desires to export a bell, memorial of, 398.

Fillingham, Bartholomew, 65, 111.

Finchley, 157.

Fine, 11.

Fines, 20, 143, 302, 350, 532, 555.

-, see also Post fines.

-, on compositions, payable to the receipt of the Exchequer, 201.

-, on judgments, 218.

-, on renewals and admittances (copyhold), 208.

Fire and candle for garrison at Portsmouth, 573.

First Fruits Office, Ireland, 375.

-, and tenths, remembrancer of, 36.

Fish condemned as prize, 564.

-, 92, 102, 158.

-, duty on, 66, 73, 84.

-, Newfoundland (Customs), 487.

Fisher, John, and another, belonging to the smack which was carrying Lord Preston into France, petition of, 252.

Fisher and other boats wanted, 446.

Fitch, John, 141 (2).

-, Mr., 67 (3), 87.

-, Thomas, weigher and teller (Mint), 494.

Fitzgerald, Edward, 490.

-, Robert, Esq., controller of musters and cheques of the army in Ireland, petition of, 471.

Fitzherbert, Fownes, the son of John, of Luckington, co. Wilts, agent for the African Company in Guinea, barbarously murdered, 38.

-, Humphry, Esq., a captain of foot in the garrison of Hull, son of Fownes Fitzherbert, petition of, 37.

FitzPatrick, Brigadier, petition of, 485.

-, Capt., commander of the St. Albans, 345.

-, -, 485.

-, -, Richard, 506.

-, Col. Edward, 382.

-, Col. John, petition of, 330,

Five per cent. reserved on customs of London, 3.

Flanders, mention of, 35, 67, 94 (2), 95, 163, 164, 172, 173, 187, 189, 197, 209 (2), 222 (2), 223, 227, 241, 258, 263 (2), 291, 295, 300, 304, 306, 308, 311, 326, 335, 336, 354 (2), 365, 396 (2), 412, 425 (2), 428, 434, 436, 445, 456, 488 (2), 512, 517, 522, 534 (2), 540.

-, the army in, 381, 557.

-, brigade of horse in, 277.

-, campaign in, 412, 423.

-, colonels in service there, petition of, 150.

-, forces in, the subsistence, &c. of, 367 (2).

-, goods, 571.

-, hospitals in, controller of, 359.

-, the hospitals in, 568, 534.

-, the King's household in, 336.

-, provisions dearer every year, 428.

-, train, or train of artillery, 289, 371, 413 (2), 424, 450.

Fleatham, Edw., of Yarme, co. York, merchant, his effects seized, petition of 424.

Fleet, the, 101, 136, 270 (2), 327, 416, 432, 446, 447, 459, 547.

-, payment of the, 229.

-, the, in Torbay, 317.

-, men for the, 382.

-, money for the, 420.

-, the outset of the, 349.

-, the, sailed from Barbadoes, 532.

-, seafaring men for the, 349.

-, want of seamen for, 278.

Fleet, Sir John, 213, 460.

Fleming, Mary, widow, petition of, 120.

Flesh and fish curing, 344.

Fletcher, Benjamin, Esq., governor of New York, 352.

-, Col., appointed governor of New York, 230.

-, -, money paid him for two companies of foot at New York, and for presents for the Indians, &c., 231.

-, Col., governor-in chief of New York, 309.

-, George, merchant of Whitehaven, 46.

-, Mr., (Customs), 389.

-, Sarah, widow, petition of, 74 (2).

Flint, 146.

-, mines in, 252.

-, see Chester.

Flocks, transportation of, from Ireland, 5.

Floyer, Mr., with others, furnishes 30,000l., 549, 550.

-, Peter, proposal for remedy of the coin, 567.

-, -, another proposal, 572.

Foden, Samuel, a receiver of the aid in the co. of Stafford, 349.

Foley, P., (Mint), 495.

Folkingham, Edward, of London, merchant, and another, petition of, 199.

Folkstone, 237, 238 (2).

Foorth, Thomas, petition of, (proposals to raise money), 541.

Foot, Mr., M.P., recommends a person for employment, 337.

Forage, 514.

Forbes, Alexander, of Edinburgh, merchant, petition of, (army clothing), 481.

Forbin, the Chevalier de, 64.

Forces, Comrs for disbanding the, 9.

-, the, 117, 169, 188.

-, establishment of, 16.

-, land, 447.

-, payment of the, 395.

-, 12d. in the pound for the pay of the, 16.

Ford, John, gent. (Customs), petition of, &c., 206, 214.

-, -, an officer of customs, 353.

-, -, 515.

Foreign affairs, the Lords of the Committee for, 6.

-, letter office, 295.

Forester, Sir William, supplied the necessities of Sir Rowland Gwynne in Holland, petition of, 240.

Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, 29 (2).

Forest, wages, &e. of keepers &c. of a, 153.

Forests, money to “gratify” the keepers of, for bringing persons to justice for destruction of vert and venison, 401.

-, south of Trent, 221.

Forfeited estates, 336, 350, 490, 491, 492.

-, lands (Ireland), Comrs for, &c., see Ireland.

Forfeitures, 20, 167, 329, 358.

-, (Customs), 491, 502.

-, (Ireland), commission to inquire into, 251.

-, -, superseded, 533.

-, the Comrs for, (Ireland), 353, 410, 440.

Forgery, 347.

Forster, John, 490.

Fortifications, 324.

-, (Ireland), produce of forfeited lands to be applied to, 355, 356.

Forts and garrisons in Ireland, 381.

-, projects of, 254.

-, ruinous, 324.

Forward, Colonel John, petition of, 491, 505.

Foster, Martin, Esq., 162.

Fotherby, Mr. [commissary of the stores and paymaster of the forces, who went to the West Indies], 398.

-, -, his grievances, 400.

-, Mr., 551.

-, Thomas, Esq., 80, 81, 82 (3), 83 (2), 84, 85 (2), 88 (3), 90 (2), 94, 100, 102 (2), 103 (2).

Foubert, Solomon, Esq., turned out of his academy at Paris for his religion, petition of, 101.

-, sworn an equerry, 101.

Foudroyant, prize ship, estimate for purchase and fitting as a man-of-war, 532.

Foulke, Elizabeth, wife of Garrat Foulke, Esq., whose husband was in gaol at Galway in Ireland, 119.

Foulkes, Col. John, 219.

Foulkse or Foulks, Col., the regiment of, 258, 370, 412.

Fowey, 524.

Fowler, Thomas, taken prisoner by a French privateer, 49.

Fownes, Mr. Pawlin, petition of, 180.

Fox, Bohun, son of Thomas Fox, collector of excise in the East Riding of York, robbed by the Danish soldiers, petition of, 366.

-, Mr., collector of excise at Hull, 81, 91.

Fox, Mr. Charles, or Charles, Esq., or Mr. Fox [Paymaster General], 122, 130, 133, 138, 147 (2), 153, 158, 171, 175, 180, 181, 185, 188 (2), 192, 203, 206 (2), 208, 211 (2), 212 (2), 217, 219 (2), 221 (3), 222, 231, 233, 235, 237 (2), 241 (4), 242 (2), 244, 246, 256, 258, 261, 268, 275, 280, 286, 291, 296, 299, 305, 306, 307, 308, 319, 322, 324 (2), 326 (2), 331, 332 (2), 339 (2), 341, 347, 349 (2), 353 (2), 359, 360, 361, 363 (2), 367, 377, 392 (2), 403, 407 (2), 423, 426, 427 (2), 428, 429, 433, 434 (2), 435, 436, 440, 452, 456, 459, 472, 477, 491, 496, 498, 500, 501, 502, 508, 511.

-, -, memorial of, 406.

-, Charles, Esq., one of the paymasters-general of the forces in Ireland, 220, 248.

-, Mr., Treasurer of the Customs, 191.

-, Sir Stephen, or the Rt. Hon. Sir Stephen, one of the Comrs of the Treasury, 260, 291, 316, 317, 422, 428, 443, 498.

-, Stephen, 472.

France mentioned, 32, 34 (2), 35, 41, 52, 67, 68, 93, 98, 105, 115, 118, 127, 164, 173, 192 (2), 220, 222, 232, 233, 238, 241, 242, 247, 252, 257, 272 (2), 273 (3), 298, 321, 333, 344, 346, 419, 461, 470, 489, 499.

-, commodities of the growth of, 39, 246.

-, all the ships of, fitting out, 44.

-, Act prohibiting trade with, 112.

-, persons seized escaping to, 117.

-, trade and secret trade with, 193, 402, 413, 470 475 (2), 570.

-, the mob said we were sold to, 195.

-, vigorous war against, 216.

-, the Court of, 298 (3).

-, correspondence with, 327, 470, 564.

-, -, dangerous, 454.

-, the invasion of, 470.

-, the commonalty of, supplied with provisions from Ireland in 1693, 475.

-, the war with, 558.

Francia, Moses, a merchant of London (Customs), 559.

Francis Padsey, the ship, 79.

Francklain, [ ], 86.

Frankland, Thomas, Esq., a postmaster general, 200, 202, 281, 296, 307, 369, 441, 442, 534.

Francklyn, Christopher, controller of the port of Berwick, petition of, 121.

-, Mr., surveyor of the port of Deal, 346.

-, -, his affection to the government, &c., 346.

Francko, Mr. Adam, of the outland office (Post Office), 574.

Franks, John, a deputy commissary of musters, petition of, 114.

Franshaw [? Fanshaw], Mr., 527.

Frauds, Act of, 433.

-, about debentures, 527, 528, 529.

Freckleton, Mr. Thos., memorial of, 407.

Freeman, John, petition of, 156.

-, -, distiller of London, his goods seized, 9.

Freemolt, Joel, petition of, 168.

Freight, 122.

-, 14s. a ton per month, 227.

-, 10s. a ton per month, 258.

-, 13s. a month, 289.

-, 12s. a ton per month, 289.

-, rate of, 186, 259, 264, 270, 310, 333, 336, 386, 387, 395, 477, 504, 509, 519, 542.

French, the, 136 (2), 157 (3), 178, 244, 274, 282, 288, 299, 300, 326, 332, 357, 386, 459, 484.

-, the war with the, 13.

-, fitting ont 40 or 50 sail at St. Maloes, 44.

-, had taken five Dutch West Indiamen from “Cuiresoe,” and a Spaniard from Porto Bello, 44.

-, the, take a packet boat, 455.

-, banker, 298.

-, coast, 147.

-, commanders, escape of, 63, 64.

-, committee, 280.

-, commodities, 49, 84, 267.

-, -, (Customs), 492.

-, designs of the, on the kingdom, 497.

-, expedition against the, in the West Indies, 333.

-, fishing, 326.

-, fleet, sailing of, from Brest, oath concerning, 39.

-, -, which was from Ireland, news of the, 44.

-, -, 139, 324.

French goods and trade, 47, 121, 122, 227, 266, 300, 341, 367, 414, 470, 540, 544, 552.

-, -, concealing and uttering, 440.

-, incursions and attempts of the, 169, 170.

-, invasion, 516.

-, King, mariners and goods of the, 43.

-, -, the, 77, 483.

French market, lead for the, 113.

Frenchmen detained at a charge of 6d. a day each, 43.

French officers, 192 (2).

-, prisoners, 321, 326, 330.

-, privateers, 48, 49, 50, 102, 128, 158, 166, 242, 243 (2), 487.

French Protestants and refugees, 280, 298, 468.

-, refugee ministers, list of, 469.

-, regiments, the off-reckonings of the, petition of the, 381.

-, regiments, petition of, 423.

-, resident, withdrawal of, 120.

-, secretary, 298.

-, ships for the Mediterranean, 368.

-, sloops, 147.

-, wine, 492, 506.

Frenley, Mr., (Transport Service), 198.

Friend or Freind, Sir John, brewer, 148.

-, -, convicted of high treason, 570.

Freshwell and Uttlesford (Essex), the office of bailiff of the hundreds of, 563.

Frippone, the ship, a French man-of-war, tonnage and gunnage of, 449.

Frith, Charles, 137.

-, Mr., collector of excise at Chester, 74.

-, Richard, scheme for raising money on burials, &c., petition of, 481.

Frowde, Ashburnham, an alphabet keeper (Post Office), petition of, 200.

Fruit, 113.

Fry, George, a sutler to the Horse Guards, 397.

Funeral of the Queen, works for, 425, 428.

-, -, board and cloth for, 429.

Furley, Mr. Stephen, 92.

Furnace, Sir Henry, petition of, 233.



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