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'Index: G', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 607-610. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79495 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Gabay, Jacob, merchant of London, petition of, 356.

Gachon, Senior, guardian of the Duke of St. Albans, displaced for a Papist governor, memorial of, 89.

Gallon, the, see Ireland.

Galls, Smyrna (Customs), 458.

Gallway, Arthur and Walter, outlawed for treason and rebellion, held lands in the barony of Upper-third, co. Waterford, 425.

Galmoy, the Lord, forfeited estate of, 502.

Galway or Gallway, Lord or Viscount, 293, 344, 375, 377, 511 (2), 558.

-, Lord, balance due to the regiment of, 208.

Galway, county (Ireland), 410, 507.

-, the articles of, 565.

-, the fortifications of, 476.

-, 119, 153, 304, 319, 497.

-, works not finished, 497.

Gally tiles, 418.

Garbler, the city, 458.

Garbling, 410.

Gardens, superintendent of the, 373, 503.

-, the King's artizans and tradesmen attending the, their accounts owing for six years, petition of, 570.

Gardiner, Francis, (Norwich mint), 545.

Gardner, John, of London, merchant, petition of, 71.

-, Mr., 140.

Gargrave, Robert, petition of, as to a house in the mews, 233.

-, -, a sufferer by loss of his places, two of his sons blown up in the “Breda,” 233.

Garrendine, Sir James, agent at Dunkirk for King James, 197.

Garrindrooge, lands in, 566.

Garrisons, 8, 11, 21.

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

-, at Portsmouth, 7.

Garryfeine (Limerick), 379.

Garter, the, carrying to foreign princes, 271.

-, fees on installation, 523.

-, -king-of-arms, 271.

-, Knight of the, 201.

-, the printed book of the Order of the, 271.

-, registrar of the Order of the, 201.

Garth, Major Thomas, petition of, 450.

Gatehouse, the, Westminster, 117, 219.

Gauden, Benjamin, 373.

-, Sir Denis, 373.

-, -, surveyor general of marine victuals, 11.

Gaugers, 75, 80, 92.

-, assessed for the poll tax, 189.

Gay, Mr., petition of, to the storekeeper (Ireland), 278 (2).

Gaynor, Nicholas, of Black Castle in the co. of Westmeath (Ireland) [Esq.], assisted the Protestants, 262.

-, -, his estate seized though he demeaned himself with moderation to his Protestant neighbours (Ireland), 276.

-, -, petition of, to be free from qut rents, 277.

Gazette, the, 128, 545.

-, post free, 501.

Gee, Richard, Esq., 335, 457.

Gelius, Isaac, merchant, a French Protestant 142.

Gellibrand, Mr., going as chaplain to New York, 118.

Gellott, Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter of Col. Washington, petition of, 350 (2).

Gemblour, letter dated at the camp at, 524.

General Assembly, Maryland, 7.

-, of the forces, 239.

Geneva, mention of, 259.

Genoa, 325, 431.

Genoese ships, 325.

Genova, 536.

Geographer of Venice, the, 511.

George, Dr., the pretensions of, 222.

-, Edward Lord, 3.

-, Theobald, Kt., 3.

Geraldine or Gerardin, the Earl of Melfort had written in favour of, 248.

Gerard's Cross (Bucks), robbery at, 466.

Germany, 222, 317, 346, 347, 563.

Gervaize, Lewis, secretary to the Lustring Company, 457.

Gery, Peter, memorial of, as to regimental accounts, 274.

Gibbins, Mr., 232.

Gibson, Richard, appointed to pay the “recalls,” memorial of, 403 (2).

Gibson's proposal for victualling the navy, 439.

Gilbert, Mr. John, 476 (2).

Gilliver, Robert, gent., messenger of land revenue, 413 (2).

Gilmore Patrick, collector of excise, petition, of, 164.

Gincle, Ginkle, or Ginckell, Gen., 181, 246, 313.

Ginger, 320.

Giorgenti [? Girgenti, Sicily], 536 (4).

-, French soldiers at, 536.

Gise, Sir John, Bart., 359.

Glanagurteen, 435.

Glancouse, 425.

Glanvile, Mr., 314.

Glanville, William, Esq., at the Treasury Chamber, 174, 211, 561, 564.

Glass, 191, 455.

Glenarme, the barony of, 182.

Gloucester, co. of, soldiers levied there, 2.

-, the port of, 71.

-, revenues of the bishopric of, 210.

-, the Duke of, knight companion of the Order of the Garter, 523 (3).

Glover, John, of London, merchant, 550 (2), 551.

Goddard, Holland, shopkeeper, fled from Cork in Ireland, 52.

-, -, or Goddart, a distressed Irish Protestant, petition of, 107.

Godet, Gideon, a French Protestant refugee, had served three envoys as French secretary at the risk of his life, &c., petition of, 298.

Godfrey, Mr. Edward, brewer, 148.

-, Capt. Francis, late customer of the port of Lynn Regis, petition of, 144.

-, Mary, widow of Capt. Warren Godfrey, petition of, 313.

-, Capt. Stephen, his estate in Ireland ruined, petition of, 322.

-, Col., 4.

Godlington, near Bedford, 263.

Godolphin, C., 33, 224.

-, the Lord, 315, 332, 375, 414, 428, 444, 466, 548, 572, 574.

-, -, a Lord of the Treasury, 360.

-, -, one of the Lords Justices, 423.

-, -, remarks on the land bank, 525, 526.

-, Mr., 31, 83, 123, 144, 527 (3), 529 (2).

Godolphin, Sidney, Lord, or the Rt. Hon. Sidney, Lord, 30, 46, 51, 62, 65, 86, 150, 151, 167 (3), 177 (2), 181, 187, 276.

Godsalve, Christopher, and another, pursers, petition of, 349.

Gold, David, fled from Ireland, 52.

-, Mr., contract for hemp, 519.

Gold, 323.

-, snuff boxes, &c., 171.

Goldsmiths, the working, &c., petition of, 138, 139 (2).

-, the, furnished “clippers” with broad money, 233.

-, company of, 23.

Goods brought from France, colourably seized, 196.

-, European, 358.

-, household, &c., brought from Ireland, 37.

-, run ashore (Customs), 445.

-, seized by the sheriff, 74.

Goodwin, Richard, labourer, who looked after the timber yard at Hampton Court, petition of, 226.

-, Col. Robert, 296.

Goodwyn, Dean, Esq., 150.

Gordo, the island called, 68.

Gordon, Captain John, 327 (2).

-, Robert, petition of, 327.

Gore, or Goor, Col., at the Hague, 411 (3).

-, Col., ([gun]powder), 539.

-, John, gent., receiver-general of the quarterly poll (co. Northampton), petition of, 340.

-, John, and others, petitions of (army supplies), 154, 216.

-, W., petition of, 164.

-, William, merchant (Customs), petiion of, 135.

-, Sir William, petition of, (Customs), 433.

-, -, [merchant], sale, &c. of hemp, 507, 514, 518.

-, -, importation of linens, petition, 531, 532.

-, -, (army payments), 516.

-, -, (remittances), 556.

Gorges, Dr., petition of, &c., 192 (2).

Gorge, Dr. Robert, secretary to the Duke of Schomberg, the salary of, petition of, 467.

Goring, Sir William (derelict lands), 537.

-, -, the tenants of, 538.

Gortnohorna, lands in, 566.

Gosley, Randal, of Rye, Sussex, 77.

Gosling, Mr. William, clerk in the “Outland Office” (Post Office), 574.

Gosport, 286, 295, 296, 297, 301, 371, 385.

Gotley, Richard, merchant, 137.

Goudet, John, of London, merchant, 139.

Gough, Sir Henry, 89

Gould, Arthur (Customs), petition of, 312.

-, Mr. [merchant], sale, &c. of hemp, 507, 514.

-, Nathaniel, merchant, petition of, 132.

-, Samuel, gent., as to transfer of a King's waitership to, 380.

Goulding, Ann, widow of Captain John Goulding, killed in action at sea, petition of, 339.

Gourdon, General (?), 389.

Gourney, Ann, widow and relict of Charles Gourney, who was slain at the battle of Landen, petition of, 396.

-, -, her son, killed at the battle of Steenkirk, 396.

Gourny John, of Dublin, merchant, fled from Ireland, petition of, 40.

Gouvernet, Ester, Marchioness de, petition of (fee-farm rent), 408.

Gouxhill, 532.

Government, the necessary expense of the, 324.

-, commission for administration of, 481.

Gower, W. Leveson, 183.

-, Sir Thomas, 100.

-, -, the agents of, and the regiment of, 183 (2).

Gowers, Sir Humphrey, 153.

Gowran (Ireland), 515.

Grafton, Henry, Duke of, 172.

-, H., 361.

-, Isabella, Duchess of, petition of, 172.

-, petition of, to be allowed to coin and utter penny and twopenny pieces, 229, 230.

Graham, Mr., 10 (2).

-, Sir Charles, the regiment of, 351.

-, Richard, 10, 178 (3).

-, William, memorial of, 351.

-, Mr., bond entered into by, 538.

Grandison, George, Viscount, 16.

-, Lord, 25.

-, -, annuity of 500l. out of the post fines, 521.

Grange, David de, the King's limner in Scotland, the petition of, 6.

Granger, John, a tidewaiter, petition of, 417.

Granstowne, Queen's county, Ireland, 485.

Grants, abstracts of, 334, 411.

Grant for life, surrender of, 288.

Granville, Mr., 457.

Granvile or Grenville, Bernard, of St. Martin's-in-the-fields, Middlesex, Esq., 337, 443 (2), 452.

Gratuities, 90, 563.

Gravatt, Godfrey, purser of the ship Bonadventure, a prisoner in Newgate, petition of, 553.

Graves, Isaac des, petition of (Customs, wines), 564.

Gravesend, 41, 48, 94, 259, 385, 392.

-, the head searcher there, 61.

Gray's Inn, 29.

Green Cloth, Comrs or Board of, 137, 201.

Green, John, and others (Customs), petition 240.

Greenbery, the Hon. Col., 449.

Greene, Mr., a receiver-general of the aid, co. Stafford, petition of, 349 (2).

Greenham, Captain James, deputy of the superintendent of the gardens, petition of, 373.

Greenhill, Captain Henry, 71.

-, Capt., commissioner at Portsmouth (presents for Algiers and Tripoli), 542 (3).

-, Comr, 560.

-, Mr., officer of the navy at Highlake, 74, 91.

Greenland, petition of merchants trading to, 326 (2).

Greenwax fines, surveyor of, 158.

-, office of surveyor of, 42, 43 (4), 57, 218, 219.

-, revenue of, 58, 218.

-, receiver of, 187.

Greenwich, 198, 259, 261.

-, the gardens and hospital for seamen there, 395, 416.

-, hospital, the committee for, petition of, 520.

-, -, infirmary and laundry, 520.

-, house and laboratory, 392.

-, park, Mr. Travers had taken survey of, 364.

-, the surveyor of, (Customs), 131.

Greg, Hugh, at the court of the King of Denmark, petition of, 312.

Gregg, Benjamin, Esq., serjeant-at-arms, 397.

Gregor, Mr., 123.

Gregory, Sir Edward, 298, 300, 495 (2).

Gregs, Mr., (Transport Service), 184.

Grenadier guards, 303.

Gressingham, Roger, petition of, 190.

Greve, Peter, merchant (clothing of Danish forces), 420.

Grey, Mr., [auditor of Wales], the deputy of, 372.

Gribble, Mr. William, of Truro (Cornwall), 524.

Griffin, Sir Edward, Kt., Treasurer of the Chamber, 6, 496.

-, Edward Lord, forfeited for treason, 150, 272 (2), 273, 320, 496.

-, Capt. Philip, quartermaster at Dundalk, camp, petition of, 353.

Griffith, George, of Cork (Ireland), merchant and a Protestant, 147.

-, Thomas, 158, 159.

-, William, unmannerly reflections on, 15.

-, -, collector of the port and district of Sligo, robbed, 555.

Griffths, Mr., 319.

Grimston, Ursula, spinster, 303, 304.

Groin, the, 467 (3).

Groom porter, 454 (2),

-, of the stole, 257.

Groome, Samuel, merchant, petition of, 160.

Grosvenor, Sir Thomas, 438.

-, -, petition as to land in St. James's Park, 280.

Ground, see Land.

Groves, Capt., 320.

Guards, the, 164, 171, 173, 189.

-, the first troop of, 88.

-, third troop of, 431.

-, the first regiment of, 291.

-, the foot, 271.

-, foot, the first regiment of, 297.

-, and garrisons, 88.

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

Guernsey, 315, 429.

-, the bailiffs and jurats of, (clipped money), 523.

-, the ancient privileges of, 565.

-, frigate, the, 288.

Guest, Mr., 72.

Guildford marsh, 252.

Guille, Joshua, 101.

Guinea, the coast of, 8.

-, the north part of, 185.

-, ships trading to, 399.

Guineas, false, 78.

-, puncheons for, 110.

-, at 23s., 22s., 377.

-, at 30s. each, 464, 466, 467.

-, as to taking them at 30s., 427.

-, the excessive price of, 452.

Gulielmus et Maria inscribed on the coin, 79.

Gunmakers, 346, 411, 424.

-, miserable condition of, see Ordnance.

-, of London, moneys due to them, petition of, 196 (2).

-, -, the, ready to perish, &c., petition, &c., 294, 375, 376.

Gunnage, 400.

-, 10s. a ton, and 6l. 13s. 4d. per gun to the officers and seamen, 515.

Gunners from Flanders, petition of, 304.

Gunning ships, 446.

Gunpowder, 539.

Guns, 323.

-, iron, 190.

Guns sunk in the London near the Nore, 365.

Gunsmiths, the, in a lamentable state, 289.

Gunter, Mrs. Catherine, annuity to, 208.

Gurney, mines there, 372.

Guy, the Hon. Henry, Esq., 10.

Guy, Henry, Esq., or Mr., 18, 19, 22, 23.

-, Henry, solicitor of Excise, 45.

-, -, Esq., or Mr. Guy, secretary to the Lords of the Treasury, 184 (2), 194, 198, 209, 218, 223, 227, 232 (2), 234, 255, 258, 262, 263, 267 (2), 269, 293, 302, 316, 323, 327, 328, 345, 366, 369, 384, 385, 386, 388 (2), 391, 393 (2), 395, 399, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404 (2), 406, 409, 410 (2), 432.

-, Mr., 480.

-, Henry, 321.

-, Robert, tidesman in fee (London), petition of, 389,

Gweek in the harbour of Helford, 102.

Gwyn, consul at Malaga, 444.

Gwynne, Sir Rowland, 240.

Gyles, Benjamin, (lease of copper mines), petition of, 283.



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