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'Index: E', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 590-592. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79558 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Eades, William; lxxvi. 64.

Earle, Mr. Joseph, owner of a ship; lxxiii. 48.

Earthenware, duties on; lxi. 56.

East India Company. See India.

Eastland merchants; lii. 12.

Easton, John, master of a ship; lxxiii. 48.

Eaton, Peter, highway robber; lv. 15.

Ebdon, Edward, a land carriage man; lix. 46.

Eccleshale, an estate in Lancashire, called; lxix. 51.

Eddowes, Mr.; xlvi. 6.

Eddystone lighthouse, a drawing of, which the King had at Kensington; lxxviii. 6.

Edenborough, New, the settlement called; liv. 17.

Edgecombe, Captain, commander of the Mocha frigate, stabbed, lxiii. 29.

Edge Hill, mention of; p. 461.

Edgworth, Col.; lvi. 47.

Edisbury, Mr., packet boats; li. 2.

Edmonds, Isaac, lxxii. 5.

Edwards, Edward; lxxv. 58; lxxvi. 63, 64.

-, [captain] Gilbert, petition; liv. 41, 42.

-, Mr., at the Exchequer; lxx. 28.

-, the printer of a treasonable and seditious poem, fined and put in the pillory; lxxvi. 38.

-, Mr. Talbot; lii. 59.

Egerton, the Hon. Charles, Esq., xlv. 27.

Egham, Surrey; lxxiv. 6.

Eldborough, John; lxiv. 27.

Eldrington, Col.; lxxii. 35.

Elecar, one, lotteries; lxi. 36.

Elizabeth, Queen, her Latin prayer book; xliii. 76.

Ellesdon, Captain, a, riding officer, customs; lxiii. 21.

Elliott, Stephen; lxxii. 45.

Ellis, Christopher, Mint; lxviii. 10.

-, Edmund, late of Lisburn, Antrim; xlvi. 93.

-, John, petition; lvi. 27.

-, Mr. John, a Controller of the Mint; lxx. 42.

-, John, Esq.. reports on petition; li. 47.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes; lxx. 59.

-, J., ship cast away, &c.; l. 12; li. 6.

-, Mr. Robert; lx. 68.

-, Thomas, jun., a fraudulent debtor (Excise); lxviii. 1.

-, William, brother of John; xlviii. 63; li. 47; lvi. 27.

Elton, Abraham, of Bristol, merchant; xliv. 24; lxxii. 40.

Elwes, Sir John; xliv. 31.

Elwill, Sir John; lxiii. 36; lxvii. 29.

Ely, the Isle of; lxxvii. 30.

-, Lord Viscount Loftus of; 461.

Embargo on ships in France; xliv. 10.

-, provisions; li. 7.

Embroidery; xlv. 1.

Engineers for the plantations; xliii. 12.

-, petition of; lv. 72; lxxii. 16.

England, the ship, demands of the owners of; l. 28.

English, Jasper, under-housekeeper of Hampton Court; lxxv. 76.

-, money worth more than American; lxxv. 13.

Engravers; lxxi. 22.

Enniskillen, the Protestants at; xlix. 36.

Ennys, John; xliv. 65.

Envoy, extraordinary; lxiii, 43.

Erle, Major-general; lx. 20, 21.

Essex, Algernon, Earl of, petition; xlvi. 23.

-, the hoymen of; lxxiii. 61.

Establishments; l. 41. lv. 2; lvi. 28, 61; lvii. 3, 8; lviii. 8; lx. 37, 46, 79, 80; lxi. 4, 40; lxii. 72; lxiv. 42; lxv. 16. lxxvi. 29.

Estimates; lii. 26, 27, 48, 49; liv. 6; lv. 20, 22, 61; lvii. 14; lviii. 3, 26; lix. 17, 36; lx. 1, 76, 77, 78; lxi. 19, 41; lxiv. 49, 61; lxv. 1, 15, 26; lxvi. 25.

-, for land and sea service; l, 22.

-, for building a ship; xliii. 44; lii. 23.

Estoll, Nicholas, discovered a conspiracy; l. 7.

Estovers, right to; lx. 31.

-, -, by ancient charter; lx. 34.

Eton, the Christopher Inn at, parcel of the honor and castle of Windsor; lxxviii. 57.

-, College, provost and fellows; lxxviii. 57.

-, -, three tuns of wine annually to; lxxviii. 57.

Ettricke, Wm.; lxxii. 20.

Eustace, Alexander, of Ballycolane, Ireland; liv. 53.

-, Ann, alias Finding, wife of Christopher Eustace, of Cradocks town, Kildare; xliv. 35.

-, Thomas, a jesuit, brother of Christopher; xliv. 35.

Evance or Evans, Sir Stephen; xlvii. 56; liii. 14.

Evans, David, Lieut. of the 2nd Marine Regiment; lix. 53.

-, Mr. George, Controller of the Mint, York; xliii. 9.

Evans, John, gent., of St. Martin's in the Field's, carpenter, agreement as to buildings at the Admiralty; lix. 18.

-, -, Wallingford House; lix. 18.

-, -, houses adjoining the Admiralty; lxi. 50.

-, -, petition; lxi. 50.

Evats, Mr., a searcher at New York; p. 223.

Eve, Edw. of London, merchant; lxiv. 16.

Evelin, Mr., Commissioner of Revenue, Ireland; xlv. 29.

Evelyn, John, Esq., his house called Sayes Court, Deptford; liii. 4.

-, letter signed; lvi. 48.

-, John, Esq., his charges and salary as a Commissioner for sick and wounded seamen, &c. not allowed. Costs of travelling, &c.; visits hospitals, &c.; his danger from the plague. Deserted by the other Commissioners, &c. Fine for lease of lands near Deptford. 30s. a day allowed him for travelling charges; lxxviii. 64.

Everard, Mr., l. 45; liv. 47.

-, Mr. Thos., principal general surveyor of the London Brewery; xliii. 16.

Everet, George; liv. 29.

Evernden, Anthony, senior; lix. 70.

-, Mr.; lix. 27.

Evers, the Lord, pension; xlv. 3.

Everson, John; lvi. 75.

Every, the pirate; lv. 24.

Examination of candidates for employment in the Customs; lxxviii. 34.

Exchange, bills of; xliii. 11, 31; xlvi. 56; xlvii. 68; li. 4, 32; lii. 30; liii. 5; lv. 58; lvi. 5; lvii. 41; lix. 62, 69; lx. 44, 55; lxi. 6; lxiii. 36; lxiv. 30; lxvii. 29; lxxi. 71; lxxv. 74.

-, the; xlv. 8b, 12.

-, the course of; lxxvi. 36.

-, the rate of; xlv. 48; lxi. 1.

-, the “Out Ropers office” proposed for receiving East India goods; lxxvi. 31.

Exchequer, auditors of the; liv. 35; lix. 21; lx. 2, 50.

-, Barons of the; lvii. 11.

-, bills; xliv. 6, 62, 72, 76; xlv. 2, 4, 10, 38, 48, 68, 73, 83, 87, 92; xlvi. 59, 60, 69, 77; xlvii. 18, 25, 26, 48, 49, 70, 75; xlviii. 23, 34, 58; xlix. 5, 27; l. 32, 34; li. 4, 5, 7, 9, 32, 33, 42, 46, 49, 57, 80; lii. 9, 21; liii. 18; lv. 56; lvi. 59; lvii. 62; lix. 21, 45; lx. 11, 47; lx. 63; lxi 19; lxii. 29, 77; lxiii. 3, 23; lxvi. 13, 14; lxxiii. 8, 37; lxxv. 64; lxxviii. 54.

-, -, altering; lxiii. 6.

-, -, fictitious; or counterfeit; xlv. 84; li. 33; lii. 20, 21; liv. 10, 36, 47; lv. 56; lvi. 14, 17, 76; lvii. 16, 35; lxxiv. 27.

-, -, trustees for the Exchange, &c. of; li. 5, 9, 12, 27, 33, 42, 75; lii. 10, 21; liii. 35; liv. 10, 36; lvi. 17, 44, 56, 70, 85; lvii. 7, 25, 46; lviii. 36; lix. 51, 65, 66; lx. 52, 66, 73; lxii. 29; lxiii. 6; lxiv. 22; lxvii. 19; lxxii. 24, 26, 34; lxxiii. 49, 55; lxxiv. 15, 58; lxxv. 64.

-, -, the salary of the trustees for; lvi. 17; lix. 51; lx. 52, 73; lxii. 29.

-, -, 300,000l. subscribed for, in two hours; li. 75.

Exchequer bounties paid at the; lxiii. 41.

-, broken open; lxxii. 5.

-, the Chamberlain of the; xlvii. 49; lxxi. 67.

-, the Chancellor of the; xlvii. 18; lv. 68; lxiv. 28, 32.

-, the Court of, grants licence to compound (Customs); lv. 7.

-, decree of, copy; lxv. 8.

-, fraud of an under clerk of the; lxxiii. 57.

-, the justices of the; lxxv. 20.

-, notes; xliii. 20; lx. 36.

-, office of auditor of the; lx. 43.

-, the receipt of the; xlix. 27; l. 2. lxi. 39; lxii. 53; lxiii. 42a; lxiv. 6; lxv. 21; lxx. 33b; lxxviii. 54.

-, receipt of the, auditor of; xliii. 70; lix. 58; lx. 2, 43; lxiii. 40; lxiv. 46.

-, -, officers of, &c.; lxiii. 12.

-, -, clerks; lvii. 1.

-, -, usher of; l. 4; lvi. 42.

-, the King's Remembrancer of the; lxx. 59, 62; lxxv. 35.

-, the Deputy Remembrancer of the; lxv. 8.

-, society or company to raise 2,000,000l. for the; liv. 40.

-, the tellers of the; xliv. 74; xlv. 31, 84; xlvii. 49; xlviii. 23; xlix. 27; li. 80; lvi. 70; lix. 45, 49; lx. 63; lxiii. 23; lxiv. 46; lxxiv. 24.

-, the usher of the; lxxiv. 15, 58.

Exchequer. See Fees.

Excise accounts; lxx. 18.

-, the clerks in the Controller's office; lxx. 24.

-, on the appointment of a brewer as a Commissioner of; lxii. 35.

-, commission for; xliv. 71.

-, Commissioners of; xliii. 59; xliv. 11, 55; xlv. 4, 21, 89, 91; xlvi. 14, 57, 74; xlvii. 34, 56, 57, 68; xlviii. 25, 33; xlix. 30; l. 30, 49; li. 20, 24, 43; lii. 53; liii. 14, 16, 22, 59; liv. 34; lv. 10, 57; lv. 18 and 19, 69; lvi. 20, 65, 77; lvii. 16, 17, 18, 34, 55a, 68, 69, 70; lviii. 21; lix. 15, 35, 39, 54, 73; lx. 3, 61, 76, 82; lxi. 16; lxii. 5, 8, 35, 43, 68; lxiii. 3, 5, 55; lxiv. 9, 53; lxvi. 5, 57; lxvii. 41, 42, 44; lxviii. 1, 6, 33, 34, 40, 54, 56; lxix. 24, 25, 26, 29, 32, 34, 57, 65; lxx. 10, 12, 17, 20, 24, 34, 40, 47; lxxi. 5, 8, 42, 43, 44; lxxii. 49, 53, 54, 55; lxxiii. 3, 17, 44, 58; lxxiv. 3, 17; 72; lxxv. 1, 18, 19, 21, 39, 40a, 60, 68, 69; lxxvi. 19, 39, 45, 52, 65; lxxvii. 4; lxxviii. 15, 17, 35, 37.

-, -, appointed their friends by turns, liii. 14.

-, -, the incapacity of; lii. 29.

-, -, their opinions on the use of strong drinks; lxxiii. 17, 41.

-, -, for appeals and regulating the duties of; lxii. 5.

-, -, and officers, as to their power to seize on board ship; lxxvi. 52, 63, 64; lxxvii. 4.

-, controller of; lx. 3; lxx. 24.

-, the deputy controller; lxx. 24.

-, debt, money, &c.; lvii. 27, 54.

-, duties; xlv. 4; l. 30; lxii. 5.

-, duties of officers and administration of the office; xlvi. 57; lii. 29, 53; lxx. 24.

-, farm; lviii. 37; lxviii. 54; lxix. 15; lxxi. 62.

-, hereditary and temporary; xliii. 38; li. 76; lxxi. 8.

-, inland; lxiv. 51.

-, law proceedings; l. 30.

-, office and officers; xliii. 16; xlv. 50, 89; xlvii. 81; xlix. 35; lix. 10; lx. 3; lxxii. 21; lxxv. 20, 60.

-, -, abuses in the; xlviii. 33; xlix. 17.

-, on beer, &c.; lxvi. 11.

-, produce of, &c.; lxii. 36; lxvi. 5; lxvii. 60; lxxi. 49; lxxiv. 67; lxxvi. 37.

-, Receiver-General of; xlviii. 23; li. 80; lix. 45; lxiii. 23.

-, reduction of clerks; lxxv. 68.

-, registrar of; lv. 57.

-, salaries under 100l. per ann. exempted from the subsidy and aid; l. 49; lxii. 9; lxix. 57.

-, surveyors and officers of the London Brewery, their misbehaviour in laying down their employment, &c.; lxii. 8.

-, the solicitor of the; xlvi. 91.

Exeter, the mayor, aldermen, &c., petition as to the post; lxii. 21.

-, the port of; lx. 11.

-, mail robbed; lx. 11.

-, worsted; lii. 52.

-, the post, lxix. 56.

Exports, list of goods paying duty; lxxi. 29.

Eyles, Francis, merchant, petition; lii. 65.

-, -, Esq., a trustee for Exchequer bills; li. 5.

-, Sir John, and Francis, proposal as to letters of credit; lxxiv. 46.

-, Mr., li. 57; lii. 24.

Eyres, Samuel, of London, merchant; xlvii. 5; lii. 40.



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