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'Index: D', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 587-590. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79557 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Dahlem, Capt.; lxviii. 31a.

D'Allemagne, Lewis, late cornet in the Duke of Schomberg's regiment of horse; lxxiv. 34.

Dalley, Captain John; lii. 31.

D'Allonne, Mons.; lxxviii. 6.

Dalton, Richard and Andrew, Dublin merchants, outlawed, debts of; xlv. 25, 64.

-, Mr. Richard, proposal for exchange of land; lxxiv. 12; lxxv. 22; lxxviii. 50.

Dampierre, Captain, pension; lviii. 31.

Dampier, mention of his going with privateers to the south seas; lxxv. 48.

Danish Court, presents to the; lxxviii. 9.

-, forces, general officers of, &c.; lxi. 30.

-, troops; xliv. 79; xlv. 38; lxviii. 58.

D'Antraques, the Baron, pension; lxii. 4.

Dantsey, Wilts, the manor of; lxii. 80.

Danvers, Mr.; xliii. 16.

-, -, a Commissioner of Excise; liii. 14.

-, Sir John, attainted; lxii. 80.

Darcy, Nicholas, Westmeath, lands of; xliv. 32.

Darell, Edward, petition of; lvii. 65.

Darien, the Gulf of, exploration for metals; lviii. 51; lxxi. 51.

-, Indians; lxxv. 48.

-, mention of; lxxv. 48.

-, settlement at; liv. 17; lv. 9.

Darnley, the Lady Katherine; xlvi. 83.

Dartmouth; lxviii. 50.

-, innholders, &c. of; lxi. 32.

-, poor widows, care of 15,000 sick and wounded; xliv. 47.

-, Lord, pension in the cofferer's office; lxxv. 12.

D'Arzeliers, the Marquis, attended the King to England, sent to Switzerland and then to Genoa; lxxviii. 42.

Dashwood, Sir Robert, a trustee for children of Geo. Dashwood, Esq.; lxvi. 10.

Datchett, the ferry at; lxv. 6.

Davall, Sir Thomas, as to the custom house at Harwich; lxx. 27.

Davers, Sir Robert, Bart.; liii. 47.

Davey, William, petition of; liv. 30.

Davies, Mr.; lxxi. 45.

-, Robert; lviii. 22.

Davis, Peter; lvi. 60.

-, Mr. Samuel, proposal to coin small money for the plantations; lxxv. 13.

-, Samuel; lxvii. 31, 57.

-, Sarah, wife of Thomas, petition of; xlv. 86.

-, Thomas, a king's messenger, petition of; xliv. 40; xlv. 49.

-, -,; lxxi. 46.

Dawes, John, bridle cutter, &c.; xlvii. 57.

-, -, petition of; xlviii. 45.

Dawson, Mr., alienation office; lxvi. 47.

Day John, sub-collector of tenths, Bath and Wells diocese, petition of (Mint); xlv. 34.

-, the privateer [? pirate]; l. 24.

Deal; xliii. 42; xlv. 83; xlvi. 16; liv. 16; lviii. 30; lx. 13; lxvii. 1.

Dean Forest; lxxi. 11; lxxviii. 62.

Deane, Matthew, a prisoner in Wood Street, compter; lix. 54.

-, Thomas, application to be a surveyor of duties on marriages; lxv. 13.

De Brienne, Mr.; lxii. 45.

Debts, the public; lxxvii. 38.

-, to the army, navy, and transport service, Commissioners for; lxx. 7.

Deciphering, the art of; lxxii. 57.

De Costa, John Mendez, of London, merchant; xliv. 69.

Decrees in England not binding in Ireland; xlvi. 32.

Deeping, the manor of; xlvii. 83.

-, East and West, manor of, co. Lincoln; lxi. 42.

Degraves, Mr. John; lxi. 29.

De Greve, John, of London, merchant; xlv. 50.

D'Harse, a merchant impeached and fined; lxxiii. 42.

De Kesar, “one,” a sworn broker (fraud); xlvii. 78,

De la Bene, Captain; lxviii. 31a.

De la Fores, Mons. G., commander of York fort; lxiv. 24.

De la Guerra. See Guerra.

Delamar, Major Walter; lxxvii. 24.

De la Merie, Captain, French regiment; lviii. 1b.

De la Rose. See Rose.

Delaval, Captain [George], sent to Barbary to treat about redemption of captives; lxi. 1; lxv. 25; lxvii. 11; lxix. 49; lxx. 5, 6, 68; lxxi. 2, 27, 34, 55; lxxiii. 29; lxxviii. 59.

-, -, in Morocco; lxxv. 14, 16.

De la Tour, the President; xliv. 44; xlvi. 41.

Delaware, bay, p. 480.

-, river, the, p. 213; lxi. 44.

Delegates, the register of the court of; lxiii. 15.

Delinquents' estates; xlvi. 1.

D'Ellemoet, Mons., receiver-general of the States; xlvii. 74.

Dellius, Mr., or Dr. Godfrey, the Dutch minister of Albany (New York); lvi. 25, pp. 206, 207, 208, 209, 213.

-, -, great grants of land to, p. 229.

-, -, had 900,000 acres of land. &c., p. 325.

-, -, his villany, p. 206.

-, -, reproof to him, p. 209.

De Loches, Captain David; lxxviii. 56.

Dempsey, Col. James; lxvii. 16.

Denbigh, the Earl of; lvi. 27.

Denham, Sir John; lxvii. 58.

Denization, letters of; lvi. 82.

Denmark, the Court of; xlvi. 9.

-, the King of; lxxvii. 52.

-, Prince George of, or the Prince; lii. 52; lxix. 42.

-, Ann, Princess of; lxix. 42.

-, the minister at; lxxvii. 36.

-, the resident from; xlviii. 46.

-, the treaty with the King of; lxxvi. 15, 20.

Denne, William, employed by Commissioners of Excise; lxxii. 53.

Denys, Mons., the project of, French settlement, America; lix. 7.

Depeyster, Col. Abraham, New York Council, p. 230; lxxi. 18.

Deptford, naval stores at; lxxiv. 60.

-, water supply; lxx. 20.

-, yard; xlv. 20.

Derby, William, Earl of, immunity from customs. Isle of Man, petition of; lxvi. 42.

Dereham, West, Norfolk; liv. 54.

Derelict lands; xlvii. 32; lvii. 15, 32; lxiii. 53.

Dering, Charles, Esq., petition for lands in Ireland; xliv. 34.

-, Mr. Charles, auditor-general, Ireland; xlvi. 53; lxxvii. 24.

-, petition of; lxii. 72.

Dertford, the excise officer at, collected a mob to rejoice on the report of the King's death; xliii. 16.

Descent, the, from “Le Houge;” xliii. 67.

-, upon France, the intended; xlix. 7.

Desherbiers, Captain, pension; lviii. 31.

Deuculle, Aaron, of Southampton, mariner; xlvii. 4.

Devereux, Mr. Walter; lxix. 13, 38.

-, -, letters of; lxix. 35; lxx. 8.

-, -, proposal to prevent owling and transportation of wool; lx. 12; lxix. 61.

Devon, John, butcher, supplied the late Morocco ambassador, petition of; lxxviii. 72.

Devonshire, the Duke of; lv. 82; lvi. 45; lx. 31.

-, -, lord steward of the household; lxix. 12.

-, duties on marriages, &c.; lxxviii. 55.

Dey of Algiers, the; lvii. 2.

Deyos, Ann; xlvii. 62.

Dickens, Mr.; lxix. 48.

Dickinson, Mr., late a waiter at Southampton; lxxviii. 34.

Dieppe; xlvii. 15; lxxiv. 73.

-, action of; xlix. 7.

Dieren, letters dated at; xlvii. 34, 37, 38; lv. 67; lxii. 27. 78; lxxv. 49, 65; lxxvi. 6, 7, 8, 9, 29.

Digby, John; liv. 54.

-, -, clerk to the trustees for sale of fee farm rents; xliv. 33.

Dilley, John, collector of duties on tobacco pipes; lxi. 56.

Dillimore, Robert, tailor (army clothing); lx. 18.

Dillon, Chr., estate of; xliii. 30.

-, Peirce, estate of, Ireland; l. 14.

Distilling; lxxvii. 61.

Ditch, Henry, quarter-master; lvi. 88.

Dixmude, capitulation of; lxiii. 2.

Dixwell, Basill, lieutenancy of Dover castle; li. 3, 54.

-, Sir Basill; lxxi. 25; lxxiii. 21; lxxvii. 45.

-, -, auditor of excise; lxvii. 41; lxx. 18.

Dobbin, John, Esq., clerk of the fines at Ludlow; liv. 24.

Dobyns, Wm., [Counsel]; xlvi. 94.

Dockwra, Wm., of London, merchant, petition of, penny post; xliv. 56.

-, Mr. Wm., as to oaths taken by him; lxiii. 16.

-, -, mismanagement of the post office, &c.; lv. 46; lxvii. 7, 45; lxviii. 55; lxix. 14.

-, -, dismissed; lxvii. 7.

-, -, twice dispossessed of the penny post; lxxi. 40.

Dod, Mr., [Counsel]; xlvi. 94.

Dodd, Samuel; lxviii. 20.

Dodington, George; li. 46.

-, -, payments to the treasurer of the Navy; lvii. 40; lxii. 59; lxiii. 1, 13; lxviii. 5; lxxii. 41.

-, -, Esq. (Lord Orford's account); lxxviii. 40.

-, Mr.; li. 23; lii. 12; lxxiii. 54; lxxiv. 25.

-, Mr., memorial of; xlix. 43.

-, Mr., tallies; xlv. 83.

D'Odijke, Mons., Zealand transports; xliv. 73.

Dogs, the setting; lxvi. 6; lxviii. 19; lxx. 49; lxxiv. 48.

Doleman, Thomas, petition of, &c., lxiii. 56; lxxii. 36.

Dolliland, the Lady; lxxvii. 17.

Dona Ferassier, John Frederic, Count; lx. 22.

Done, Mr.; xlv. 43.

-, -, or Mr. T., auditor; l. 31; lii. 22; lx. 36; lxi. 38; lxii. 31 b, 40; lxiii. 42 b; lxvii. 21; lxxi. 13; lxxii. 52; lxxiii. 40, 54; lxxv. 24; lxxviii. 40.

Donegall alias Passage, Ireland, the ferry of; lxiv. 28.

-, the Earl of; lxx. 65.

Donjoy, Simon, a collector of excise, cos. Middlesex, Surrey, and Sussex, suspended; lxxviii. 15.

Donelan, Martha, widow, mother and administratrix of ensign Matthew Roydon; lxx. 1.

Donnelan, Nehemiah, Esq., xlvi. 53.

Donnellan, Mr. Baron, Commissioner for the Great Seal, Ireland; xliii. 61.

Donworly Bay near Kinsale, Ireland; lxxvii. 43.

Dorchester, the Countess of [Catherine Sedley]; xliv. 37.

-, -, letter of, as to promise for maintenance of her daughter; lxxvi. 60.

Dorset, the Earl of; lv. 67.

-, -, Lord Chamberlain; lxxviii. 28.

Dorsett, George, shoemaker, army clothing; lx. 16.

Douglas, Lieutenant-General; lvii. 53.

-, Sir Robert; xlvii. 47.

Dover, the Earl of; xliii. 42; xlvi. 4, 16; liii. 29; lxiii. 21; lxix. 35.

-, -, his estate forfeited; lx. 70.

-, the collector of; xlviii. 56.

-, the mayor of; li. 39.

-, Castle and Cinque Ports; xlvi. 94; li. 3.

-, -, the governor of; lxii. 33.

-, -, lieutenancy of; li. 3; lxxi. 25; lxxiii. 21.

-, harbour and pier, repairs of; li. 54, 61; lii. 62.

-, -, the revenue of; lii. 62.

-, pier; lxxii. 10.

-, prisoners at, and charges for, li, 39.

-, the town in danger of destruction; li. 54.

-, the ship, prize, bound for Virginia; xliii. 18.

Dowdall, Mr. Patrick; liv. 43.

Dowle, Giles; xlv. 40.

Down, Ireland, hearth money; xlix. 10.

Downing, Sir George, Bart., lxxviii. 64.

Dowsett, Frances, relict of lieutenant-colonel Dowsett; xliv. 26.

D'Oyby, Sir William, Bart.; lxxviii. 64.

Dragon, the ship; lx. 72.

Dragoons, officers of; lxiv. 2.

Draper, Sir Thomas; lxxii. 58.

Drawings and writings for the Queen's closet and of the Eddiston light-house and the King's ships; lxxviii. 6.

Driver, Mr. Thomas, collector of excise; lxxi. 44.

Drogheda, the governor of; lxvii. 10.

-, the Earl of; lxx. 65.

Drummers and fife (household); lvii. 30.

-, lxii. 54; lxxiii. 46.

Drury Lane, a riot in; lxxv. 65.

Drysdell, John; xliii. 16.

Dublin, the Bishop of; lxii. 41.

-, castle, plan of alterations; li. 82.

-, -, the two families of the chief governors; li. 82.

-, collar of S.S. for the city of; xlvi. 72; xlvii. 69, 79.

-, the college library, the only considerable library in Ireland; lxxiv. 7.

-, houses in the suburbs used for artillery stores; lxvi. 38.

-, lands in the co. of, forfeited for rebellion; l. 37.

-, library keeper at; lxii. 41.

-, Lord Ranelagh's mansion pulled down; xliv. 80.

-, a mass house built in; xliv. 80.

-, Narcissus, Archbishop of, his design for erecting a public library at Dublin, and proposal to leave his books to it; lxxiv. 7.

-, park; xliv. 8.

-, powder sent to; xliii. 17.

-, white friars in; lxii. 76.

Duchy Court; xlv. 42; lx. 36.

-, Lane; liii. 47.

Dudley, Paul, affairs of, New England pirates; lxvi. 48.

Duncan, Lieut.-Col.; lxi. 15.

-, Thomas, a lieut.-col. of horse, exhausted his estate for King Charles I., wounded and imprisoned, took a desperate message into Hull, p. 460; other particulars of him, pp. 460, 461, 462.

Duncanson, Lieut.-Col., arrested, refused to sign the capitulation at Dixmude; lxiii. 2.

Duncombe, Charles, Esq.; xliv. 4.

Dundalk, the camp at; lv. 52.

Dungarvan, Ireland, the ferry of; lxiv. 28.

-, -, customs; lxxv. 44.

Dungeness; li. 77.

Dunkin, James, hearth money; xlviii. 16.

-, -, petition of; xlix. 10.

Dunkirk; li. 77; lix. 37; lxiv. 33.

Du Passy, the widow, pension; lviii. 31.

Duppa, Thomas, an executor of Sir Thomas Duppa; xlvii. 12.

Dupplin, Lord Viscount; lxxiv. 61.

Durham, Bishop of; xliv. 68.

-, rents in; xlviii. 9.

Durian or Darien. See Darien.

Dursley, the daughter of the Lord, maid of honour, the portion of; lvi. 21.

Dutch ambassadors; xlvii. 18, 31, 52; xlviii. 24, 27; lix. 22.

-, regiments of horse; xlviii. 5, 31.

-, war, the; lxxii. 31.

Duties, customs; lii. 40; lxxvii. 58.

-, on beer considered; lxxiii. 17.

Dwyer, John, of Doondrom, Tipperary, Ireland; lxxi. 36.

Dyer's wharf; xlvi. 21.

Dyke, Sir Thomas, a member of the House of Commons; liii. 14.



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