Index
F

Sponsor

Institute of Historical Research

Publication

Author

Joseph Redington (editor)

Year published

1871

Pages

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index: F', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 593-595. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79559 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

F

Fagett, Stephen; lxvii. 4.

Fairbrother, Sarah, widow of George, slain at Landen, petition of; lxii. 32.

Fairfax, Brigadier; lxi. 20, 55.

-, -, the regiment of; xliii. 34.

-, [Thomas] Lord, to enquire for concealed lands; lxvi. 23.

-, -, -, petitions, &c.; lvi. 79; lxxii. 1; lxxiv. 22.

-, -, -, pension; lxxv. 30.

Falkland, Rebecca Viscountess, relict of the Treasurer of the Navy, memorial; xliii. 41.

-, Anthony Viscount; xliii. 41.

-, Lucius Henry Gary, Viscount; lxxiv. 21.

Fallett, Michael; xxxii. 18.

Falmouth, the guard of the coast near, liii. 19.

-; lvii. 36; lxx. 26.

-, officers of Customs seize a ship for breaking bulk; lx. 6.

-, the port of; xliii. 48; xlviii. 20.

-, a public quay established at; lxx. 26.

Fanquier, Mr., agent of Mr. Neale (Mint); lxxiii. 34.

Fanshaw, William, a servant of King Charles II., married the Duke of Monmouth's sister, then the widow of William Sarsfield, Esq., petition; lxxviii. 43.

-, -, payments to; lxxviii. 44.

Fariseau, Mons., and partners, contractors; xlvii. 1.

Farnoll, Mr. William, collector of Customs at Sandwich; lxxvi. 63.

-, dispute of jurisdiction of the Excise; lxxvi. 63.

Farrington, Col.; xliv. 17; lii. 31; lvi. 69.

-, -, regiment of; lx. 7.

-, -, respites of his pay; lxxiii. 32a.

-, Gurney, co. Somers, xliv. 68.

-, mines in, xliv. 66.

Farthing, John, gent., lxvii. 60.

Farthings, white and copper; xlv. 46.

Fauconnier, Peter; lxvii. 4; lxxvii. 5.

Faversham; lvii. 67; lxxiii. 61.

Fee farm rents; xliv. 33; xlv. 36; xlvi. 94; xlvii. 37; liv. 54; lxxviii. 50.

Fee farms; xlvii. 66.

Fees; xlvi. 94; lii. 22; liii. 52; liv. 24; lvi. 45; lviii. 14b, 49; lxi. 42; lxii. 20; lxiv. 35; lxv. 4; lxvi. 15; lxvii. 9; lxx. 54; lxxiii. 61; lxxvi. 41.

-, burial; lxxv. 72.

-, Customs officers'; xlviii. 41b.

-, Exchequer; xlvii. 66; lviii. 43, 45; lxi. 13; lxiii. 12; lxvii. 9; lxxiii. 50; lxxv. 35; lxxvii. 28.

-, -, very high; xlvii. 54.

-, House of Lords; lxxv. 8.

-, for examining weights and measures; lxxi. 67; lxxii. 55.

-, for striking tallies; lxiii. 12.

-, Mint; lxxvii. 48.

-, Pipe Office; lxxv. 3; lxxviii. 4.

-, Treasury; lviii. 40; lxvi. 9; lxxi. 52; lxxiv. 37; lxxvii. 47.

Feilding, Charles, Knt., sub-ranger of Dublin Park; xliv. 8.

-, Israel; l. 15.

Fen, East, West, and North; lxxvii. 40.

Fenn, Henry, Esq., receiver-general of Customs; lxxvi. 32.

-, Nicholas, Esq.; xlviii. 41a.

Fens in Lincoln; lxxvii. 40.

-, in Norfolk; lxxvii. 40.

Fenwick, Lieut. John; lxi. 17.

-, [Sir John], the head of, on Temple Bar; liii. 14.

-, -, forfeited, the estate of; liii. 50; lxviii. 12.

Ferne, Mr. Henry; xlvii. 71.

-, -, or Henry, Esq., receiver-general of Customs; lxxii. 11; lxxv. 32.

Fernes, Mr., East India goods; lxxvi. 50.

Ferries, various in Ireland; lxiv. 28.

Feversham, the Earl of; lxvii. 35.

-, the collector of; lvii. 66.

Few, Great, the manor of; xliii. 41.

Fifield, Mr. Richard, parchment maker; lxxviii. 74.

Finance; lxiii. 42a.

Finch, Henry, postmaster of Sandwich; lxiv. 34.

-, the Hon. Heneage, solicitor-general; lxxiii. 1.

Fines appropriated by court martial; lxxi. 6.

-, given to Greenwich hospital; lvii. 33.

-, alienation office; lxii. 34.

-, called Greenwax; lv. 36.

-, (Excise); xlvii. 34.

-, on judgments; xliv. 57.

-, of smugglers; lvi. 48; lvii. 33.

Finglass, Doctor John, Irish forfeitures; lii. 25.

Finley, Lieut. Hans; lxxiii. 18.

Firebrace, Sir Basil or Sir B., merchant; liii. 2; lv. 83.

First fruits; lxv. 31; lxvi. 54.

-, -, and tenths; xlviii. 47.

-, -, and twentieth parts, Ireland; lxii. 41; lxxvii. 50.

Fish, duties on; lxxi. 43; lxxvi. 43.

-, -, merchantable fish, countable fish, and tale fish; lxxvi. 43.

-, -, drawbacks on exportation of fish; lxx. 12; lxxvi. 43.

-, export of lxx. 20.

-, curing; lxx. 17.

Fisher, John, woodmonger; li. 81.

-, Mr. landwaiter, Sandwich; li. 44.

-, Mr. Richard; liii. 9.

Fishery, the Royal, company of; lxxvi. 45.

Fishstaffe; lxxvii. 40.

Fitch, Mr., new docks, Portsmouth; xlvii. 25; lx. 35a.

Fitzgerald, Captain Robert, checkmaster-general of musters, Ireland; lxvii. 56.

-, Col., controller of the musters and cheques in Ireland; xliv. 71.

-, Henry (Meath), lands of; xliv. 32.

-, Theobald; xlv. 14.

-, the Lady Katharine; lxvii. 56.

Fitzharding, the Right Hon. Lord; xlv. 31; xlviii. 36; li. 65; lxxvi. 42.

Fitzpatrick, Captain Richard, quit rents, Ireland; lxxii. 15.

-, Col.; lxxii. 15.

Flanders, army and hospital in; xliii. 74; lviii. 15; lvi. 53; lviii. 15; lxvi. 39; lxxv. 5, 47.

-, artillery train in; lxxi. 3.

-, campaign in; xlv. 49.

-, the contractors in; xliii. 60, 77.

-, the King in; xlv. 86; lxxvii. 39.

-, mention of; liii. 14; lviii. 25; lix. 1; lxix. 43.

-, officers and troops for; xliii. 77; xlv. 5b, 37; xlvii. 18; lv. 78; lvii. 48.

-, ordnance stores from; lviii. 33.

-, remittance for, &c.; xliii. 63; lv. 59.

-, remittances to and payments in; xliv. 76, 79; xlvi. 69; li. 49.

-, the train in; xliii. 12, 35, 60, 77; xliv. 76.

-, the war in; lxxiii. 59; lxxviii. 41.

Flax, plenty of in Holland; lxxi. 29.

Fleet, Sir John; xlvii. 64; lxx. 13.

Fleet, warden of the; xlviii. 60.

Fletcher, Col. Benjamin, governor of New York; liv. 45, pp. 206, 207, 211, 212, 215, 223, 225, 229, 230, 231; lvii. 12, 24, 42; lix. 8, 30; lxxii. 3.

-, -, his arrival as governor; lvii. 42.

-, -, corruption of; lix. 30.

-, -, in England; lxi. 53.

-, -, his extravagant grants of lands vacated; p. 325.

-, -, a land jobber his bosom friend; p. 327.

-, -, his treachery and corruption; lxxi. 18.

-, -, petition of; lxxvii. 11.

-, -, not recalled for the King's dissatisfaction, but in favour of the Earl of Bellomont; lxxvii. 11.

-, -, gave security for 10,000l.; lxxvii. 11.

-, Mr. George; xlvi. 73.

-, Mr. John, “General Surveyor”; liii. 22.

-, Mr. Thomas, petition; lvi. 18.

Fleury, Charles, Hudson's Bay Company; lxiv. 24.

Florence, the minister at; lxxvii. 36.

Florida, Indians; lxxi. 51.

Flower, Mr. Henry, receiver, Wilts; lxxvi. 21.

Floyer, Mr. Peter, mint; xliii. 53; xliv. 3.

Fluelling, Richard; lxvi. 40.

Foche, Sir John, knight, excise office; xliii. 16; xlvii. 34; l. 45; liii. 14.

[Fœdera], the; xlviii. 4; lv. 66.

Foley, the Right Hon. Paul, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons; li. 52.

Folkstone, dragoons to march to, against the wool stealers; xliii. 27.

-,; lviii. 8; lxix. 38.

-, warren; lvi. 29; lxix. 35.

Foord, John; lx. 72.

Forage account; lviii. 57.

Forces, Commissioners for disbanding; liii. 60.

-, rate of allowance to; liv. 15.

-, the land, list of; l. 42.

Ford, John, searcher of the port of Chichester; lxii. 75; lxxiii. 42.

-, -, -, his prosecution of Signioret, D'Harse and other merchants; lxxiii. 42.

-, -, gent.; xliii. 76.

-, Mr., customs; liii. 57; lix. 70.

-, -, Registrar of Customs; lxxviii. 63.

Foreign ministers. See Ministers.

Foreland, the North; li. 77; lxix. 61; lxxiii. 61.

Forfeited goods divided in thirds; lvi. 33; lxii. 17.

-, estates. See Ireland.

Forrest, Mons. Gabriel, late governor of Fort Bourbon, America; lxiv. 24.

Forrester, Sir William; lvi. 89.

Forster, Mr.; lxviii. 53.

-, Mr. John, named as consul for the revenue, Ireland; lxii. 55.

Fort Bourbon, America; lxiv. 24, 62.

Fortescue, Mr., manor of Tattershall; li. 13.

Foubert, Major Henry, the academy settled by the King, petition; xliv. 53.

-, -, fitting up a house in the old Spring Garden; lxxiv. 16.

Fowey, the port of; xlv. 81.

Fowler, Thomas, late a prisoner, customs; xlvii. 15.

-, William; li. 38.

Fox, Mr. Charles; xlv. 7; xlvi. 8; xlvii. 16, 22; lxxii. 52.

-, -, tallies, memorial, &c.; xliii. 20; liv. 11, 15.

-, Col. or Col. Edward, the regiment of, in the Leeward Islands; lxix. 54; lxxii. 35; lxxv. 53; lxxviii. 29.

-, Mr.; xliv. 2; xlvii. 3; li. 15; lii. 4; liii. 37; lvi. 47; lviii. 16; lxii. 40; lxvii. 6.

-, Sir Stephen, Knt., a lord of the Treasury; xlvi. 46b.; lxvi. 6; lxix. 28; lxx. 13; lxxvi. 60; lxxviii. 64, 71.

France, ambassadors and public ministers in; lxxv. 36, 44; lxxvi. 59; lxxvii. 57.

-, correspondence with; lviii. 8.

-, the court of; lvi. 24.

-, intended descent upon; xlix. 7.

-, intended invasion from; lix. 37.

-, the state of moneys in, unsettled; lxxvi. 36.

-, wool to be sent to; lx. 74.

Frankland, Sir Thomas, a postmaster-general; li. 2; lviii. 7; lx. 77; lxiv. 17, 34; lxvii. 7; lxix. 55, 56; lxxi. 31, 33; lxxvii. 46.

Frauds, prevention of, in exports; lxxvi. 16.

Frederick III., King of Denmark; lxxvii. 52.

Freeke, Elizabeth; lix. 55.

Freeman, Abraham, of St. Gileses, watchman, petition; xlvii. 88.

Freeston; lxxvii. 40.

Freight for troops; lxxviii. 60.

Freind or Friend, Sir John, executed, the estate of; xliv. 77; xlviii. 3, 4; l. 36; lv. 44; lvi. 89; lvii. 19; lviii. 12, 24; lxvii. 54.

French ambassador, the; lii. 42; liii. 15; lxiv. 24.

-, -, the secretary, of; lx. 6.

-, churches, refugees or Protestants, committees of; lv. 73; lvi. 22.

-, demands in relation to goods found in York fort, Hudson's Bay; lxiv. 24.

-, the denization of certain, in America; p. 213.

-, fleet burnt; xliii. 67.

-, goods; xliii. 49; lv. 84; lvi. 10, 12; lxix. 64.

-, -, to be run on the English shore; lv. 75.

-, King, edicts as to the coin; lxxvi. 36.

-, moneys; lxxvi. 36.

-, officers, Ireland, petitions of; lxxviii. 11.

-, pinnance with brandy seized; liii. 29.

-, privateers; lix. 37.

-, Protestants; lvi. 22; lxxvi. 53.

-, regiments; lviii. 57: lxi. 20; lxii. 10, 50; lxxv. 2.

-, settlement; lix. 7.

-, the, in Canada; lxiv. 62.

-, the, on the frontiers of Canada; p. 213.

-, Christopher, brother of Patrick French; liv. 44.

-, Patrick, Esq., of Cloghballimore, Galloway, Ireland, petitions; liv. 44; lv. 25.

Fretwell, Edward, tobacco-pipe maker; lii. 36.

Frise, the Compte de; xlv. 61, 80; xlvi. 60; xlvii. 18.

-, -, envoy in Germany; lv. 81; lvi. 22; lxiii. 43.

Frontin, James, yeoman of the ice wells at Hampton Court; lxiv. 48.

Frontinac, the Count de; p. 213.

Frowde, Peter, deputy clerk of the pipe; lv. 15; lxxvi. 5; lxxvii. 2.

Fryth, Charles, collector of excise; lxxv. 1.

Fulford, Richard; li. 74.

Full, William; xlv. 52b.

Fuller, John, distiller; lxvi. 57.

-, Mrs.; lxviii. 60.

Fund to prosecute men's lives illegal; lxxviii. 36.

Funds and revenues; lxiii. 42.

Furley, Jonathan and Benjn., merchants of Colchester; xlvi. 18.

Furnese or Furness, Sir H.; xlvi. 69; lxxviii. 4.

-, -, proposal to remit money; lxxiv. 42.

Fur trade; lviii. 28.

Furzer, Benjn., agent to report on New England, petition; xlv. 33; xlvi. 5.

-, Mr. George; lxix. 48.

Fusileers, the royal regiment of; xlvii. 23; lvii. 42.



<--Previous:
Index:
E
Next:-->
Index:
G