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'Index: G', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 595-598. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79560 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Gachon, John, petition; liv. 14.

Gaillardet, Mr. Peter; xlvii. 14.

Galdy, Lawrence and Co.; lxxv. 41.

Galligan, James; xlix. 4.

Galloway, the Right Hon. Lord; xliv. 44.

Galmoy, Lord, estates; xliii. 30.

Galway or Gallway, the Rt. Hon. the Earl of; xliv. 39; xlv. 29, 58, 61; xlvi. 32, 42, 70; xlvii. 63, 73; xlviii. 10; xlix. 25. l. 47; liv. 32, 41; lvi. 73; lviii. 14b.; lxi. 48; lxxiv. 7; lxxvi. 29.

-, -, service in Piedmont, accounts; lviii. 14b.

-, -, his salary as one of the Lords Justices of Ireland; xlvi. 11.

Gambia, in the north of Guinea; li. 56.

Gamble, Alexander; lxi. 12.

Gamell, one, privy to the whole French wine trade; lxxviii. 16.

-, reward to; lxxviii. 16.

Gand, a magazine at; xlvi. 69; xlvii. 24.

Gape, John, junr., Esq.; lv. 71; lxvii. 43.

Gardeners, the King's; lxiii. 48, 63.

Gardiner, Fr.; xlviii. 51.

-, one, Mr. Brenton's deputy in Rhode Island; p. 326.

Gardner, John, secretary to the East India Company; lxx. 25.

-, one, carries on a lottery; lxi. 36.

-, Robert, agent to a regiment; lxxviii. 32.

Garrard, Allen; lxviii. 56; lxx. 34, 47.

Garrisons, as to the payment of; lxxiv. 8.

-, in England; xlix. 12.

Garter, the Chancellor of the Order of the; lxxiv. 62.

Garth, Major, Barbadoes; liii. 31; lvi. 1; lix. 41.

Gascoin, Sir Bernard; xlv. 27.

Gatehouse [prison], the; lxxiii. 57.

Gates, Daniel, of Milford near Limington, co. Southampton, sailmaker; lxxv. 60.

Gateshead; lxxi. 54.

Gauden, Benjamin, Customs; lxxvi. 1.

Gauger, the office of; lxiii. 28; lxxiii. 4.

Gauntlett, Mr. John; lxxviii. 18.

Gazettes; lix. 5; lxxi. 33; lxxiv. 15.

Geary, Francis, derelict lands; lvii. 15, 32.

Gedney, co. Lincoln; lxiii. 53.

-, Papworth; li. 73.

Gellibrand, John, report on bibles, &c.; lx. 10.

-, -, discovered the writer of seditious libels; lxxvi. 38.

Genap, camp near; xlv. 65, 66, 74, 75, 76, 80, 87.

General Society, the, for raising two millions; liv. 40.

Genoa, the republic of; lxxvi. 44.

-, the resident at; lxxviii. 42.

Geohogan or Geoghean, Charles, estate of, Ireland; l. 47; liv. 55.

George, Prince of Denmark; lii. 52.

George, John, Esq., agent for prizes, Providence; liii. 28.

-, -, -, New England; lix. 43.

-, Mr. John, agent for prizes, Maryland; xliv. 63.

-, -, agent, New England; xlvii. 58.

Germaine, Mr., loan of Exchequer notes; lx. 36.

German Calvinist Church, Savoy; lxvi. 45.

Germany; xlvi. 61.

-, envoy extraordinary to; xlv. 74.

-, the Emperor of; lxiv. 12, 23.

-, the “resident” from the Emperor of; lxxiv. 36.

-, the Vaudois settled in; lxxi. 69.

Gerrard, Sir Gilbert; lxvi. 55.

-, Sir William; xliv. 81.

Gervaise, Lewis, merchant, petition; li. 20.

Gibbines, Captain, who had killed Captain Morton, apprehended; lxxv. 31.

Gibbons, Mr.; xliv. 76.

Gibbonstowne, Ireland; xlv. 63.

Gibson, Col.; xlv. 48; li. 7; lii. 60; liii. 18; lx. 20; lxviii. 41.

-, William, to discharge what was owing at the ports (sick and wounded, &c.); lxxviii. 64.

Gignon, Captain; lxviii. 31a.

Gilbert, Blake, and other poor inhabitants of the Isle of Wight; lxvi. 27.

Gilby, Lieut.-Col.; lv. 40.

Gill, Mr. Alderman [York]; xliii. 9.

Gillam, James, a pirate executed in London; lxxi. 18.

Gillery, Lieut.-Col. Thomas; lix. 31.

-, -, wounded at Aghrim; lix. 31.

Gilligan, James, forfeiture; xlix. 4.

Gillingham; lviii. 29.

-, the forest of; lix. 13.

Gilliver, Mr.; lviii. 38.

Ginckell, Lieut.-General; liv. 44.

Glanvill, Eliz., widow; lxvii. 42.

Glanville, Mr., or Mr. William; xlv. 1, 78; lx. 6; lxiv. 16; lxxv. 11.

-, William, Esq., Commissioner for alienations; lxii. 34; lxxiii. 1.

Glass [duties], Commissioners for; xliv. 67; lxi. 29.

-, duty, officers of the; l. 33.

-, -, Commissioners of; xliv. 67; lxi. 29, 56; lxviii. 32.

-, tax, &c., running surveyor of; xlv. 6.

-, manufacturers at Newcastle - upon - Tyne; lxiv. 20.

Glenarme, the barony of, co. Antrim; lxxiii. 47.

Glenne, the river; lxxvii. 40.

Gloucester, the Duke of; lv. 67.

-, -, fees for burial of; lxxv. 72.

Gloucestershire, the post into; lxii. 21, 22.

Glover, John; xlvii. 54.

-, -, of London, merchant; lxix. 9.

-, Mr.; xliv. 63.

-, custom's officer at Broadstairs; li. 44.

Godard's drops, intended to be presented to the Queen of Sweden; li. 6.

Godden, John; lxxii. 43.

Godfrey, Charles, Esq., master of the jewel house; lxi. 8.

-, Col. [? the same]; lxx. 49.

Godolphin, Charles, Esq.; xliv. 71.

-, Dr., repertorium canonicum; lxiii. 15.

-, Mr., Commissioner of Customs; lxiv. 1; lxvii. 22; lxx. 13.

-, Lord; lxxii. 29; lxxiv. 62.

-, -, his house in St. James's Park; lxx. 49.

-, the Rt. Hon. the Lord; lxxiv.; 1; lxxv. 16.

-, -, a Commissioner of the Treasury; lxxviii. 64.

Godstone, Surrey; lii. 57.

Goer, letter dated at; lvi. 47, 66, 67.

Gold coin, losses on; lv. 10.

-, seizure of; lxxiv. 51.

-, and silver mines; xlii. 46b.

-, searching expedition; xlvi. 46b; li. 30.

-, the value of; lxxvi. 36.

Golding, Lieut.; lxvi. 16.

Goldsborough, Amy, daughter of Captain Goldsborough; lxxi. 57.

Goldsmiths of London, petition of the; lvi. 52.

-, hall, lxvii. 22.

Goldsmith, Thomas, citizen and upholder, London, petition; xlviii. 35,

Goodaker, Oliver; lxxi. 39.

Goodeve, John; lxviii. 56; lxx. 34.

Goodman, Mr. Charles, acting collector at Perth Amboy, in East New Jersey; lxiii. 8.

Goodreed, Anth., bone lace maker, Bucks, &c.; lxviii. 18.

Goodrick, Sir Henry, the expedition in Yorkshire at the King's accession; lxxi. 13.

-, Sir John, p. 461.

Goods seized, less duties by condemnation than by a just entry; lvii. 11.

-, -, two-thirds to be to the King and one-third to the seizer; liii. 11.

-, to be sold by “inch of candle,” [i.e. by auction]; liii. 10.

Goodwin Sands, ship cast away on the, brought to Sandwich haven; liii. 10, 54.

Goor or Goore, Col.; xlv. 76; lii. 13.

Gordon, Mr. Wm., schoolmaster for Barbadoes; lxiv. 59.

Gore, Mr.; li. 23.

-, Sir George, p. 461.

Goreing, Charles, Esq., petition; xlix. 22.

Goring, Sir William; xlvii. 32.

Gorter, Giel Pieterson, master of a Dantzick ship; lxxiii. 45.

Gosfright, Francis, merchant, of London; xlv. 81.; xlviii. 54.

Gosport, sick men at; xlvi. 16; lii. 33.

Gostling, John, clerk, one of the gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, petition; xliv. 51.

-, Dr. John; xlvi. 66.

Gouch, Mr. Thomas; lxiv. 35.

Gouxhill manor, Lincoln; lxi. 51.

Gould, Nathaniel and John, contractors for hemp; lxxiv. 11.

Goulding, Captain John and Ann his wife; lix. 60.

Government, the debaucheries of the late; lv. 68.

Govers, James, highway robber; lv. 15.

Gower, Robert, an apothecary; xliii. 74; lxxviii. 2.

Grace Dieu, Sir Bartholomew, agent for the King in Jamaica; lix. 52.

-, -, Knt., money for troops in Jamaica; lxxv. 56.

Grafton, the Duke of; xlv. 56; xlvi. 83.

-, the Duchess of; xlvi. 83; lxiv. 5.

-, the honor of; lxxii. 29.

Graham, Mr., attorney-general, New York, threatened to be murdered, p. 215.

-, -, agent for General Ramsay, Col. of the Scots guards; xlvii. 2.

-, Robert; lxxii. 61.

Grand senior, the; lxiv. 12.

Grandison, Lord; xliv. 9.

-, George, Viscount; lxxv. 80.

Grange Lees; lxviii. 60.

Grants of land, &c., accounts of; xlvi. 90.

Granville, Ann, a servant of the Queen; lvi. 33.

-, Sir Bevill, his father's annuity; lxxiv. 63.

-, Mr. B. or Bernard; lxix. 28, 36; lxx. 28, 66; lxxi, 21.

Gratwick, William, Esq. and Elizabeth his wife; l. 35.

Grave, John de, of London, merchant; xlv. 50.

Graverard, one, a Dutchman “of New York,” p. 481.

Gravesend; lv. 50; lxi. 27; lxvii. 1; lxxvi. 33.

Gray, Doctor; lxxvii. 45.

Great Seal; xliv. 30; xlvi. 53.

-, -, Commissioners for the; xlvi. 62; xlvii. 62.

-, -, Ireland; xlvii. 35.

Great Tom of Westminster, the bell called; liv. 46.

Grebell, Thos.; lxix. 21.

Greek youths at Oxford, the; lxix. 51

Green Cloth, the board of; xlix. 29; lxix. 22.

Green Francis, merchant, assistance at the siege of Cork, petition; lv. 60.

-, -, a very ill man, to be prosecuted; lv. 60.

-, or Greene, Nicholas, of Cork, merchant; lv. 60; lxv. 27; lxx. 16.

-, Robin, travelling charges; lxxvi, 56.

-, Samuel; xlvii. 6.

-, Mr, William, late receiver-general of of Stafford; lxxiv. 30.

Greenall, Mr.; lxx. 50.

Greenham, James, deputy surveyor of works in several parks; lxxi. 20.

Greenhill, Commissioner (New Forest); xliii. 54; xliv. 16.

Greenvile, Bernard, Esq.; lxvi. 55.

Greenville, Sir Beville; lxi. 20.

Green wax, the; xliv. 57.

-, fines called; xlvii. 32; lv. 36.

-, -, surveyor of; lv. 68.

Greenwich, East, supply of water to; lxx. 29; lxxv. 15.

-, hospital; lii. 14; lvi. 72; lvii. 33; lxx. 29; lxxi. 6.

-, -, 6d. a month for; xliii. 28.

-, -, erecting; lvi. 48.

-, -, money for; lvi. 72; lvii. 33.

-, -, water supply of; lxxv. 15.

-, works at; lxxv. 54; lxxviii, 66.

-, park; xlvii. 3.

Greenwood, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, her house in the Savoy; lxvi. 45.

Gregg, Mr., minister, abroad; lxxvii. 36.

Gregory, Charles, gent., petition; l. 46.

-, Sir Edw. Commissioner of the Navy, at Chatham; xliv. 29.

-, Nathan; lxii. 47.

Gregson, Geo., of Derby, gent.; xliv. 25.

Gretton, Alexander, a collector for the “Verge of the Court”; lxii. 30.

Grey, Albyn, lxxi. 17.

-, the Lord, the government of, in Barbadoes; lxxvii. 51.

-, the Hon. Ralph, Esq., appointed governor of Barbadoes; li. 69; lii. 65; lix. 41.

Gribble, Thomas, employed to go to France to discover the owling trade; lxxiv. 73.

Griffin, Edward, Lord, late Treasurer of the Chamber; liv. 35.

-, the Lord, estate of; lx. 25; lxx. 39, 60.

-, the Lady Essex; lxx. 39.

Grindal, Francis, master of a ship; lxxii. 28.

Grosvenor, Sir Thomas; lxxi. 17.

-, -, lead mines; lxvii. 31, 57.

Grove, Elizabeth, relict of the Bishop of Chichester; lxxviii. 30.

Groyn, the; xlviii. 20.

Grymes, William; lxxiii. 13.

Gubbins, Charles; lxxii. 5.

Guernsey; li. 68; lv. 61.; lix. 11.

-, the garrison there; liii. 42.

-, prize goods; xlvi. 65.

Guerra, Don Philip de la, agent and consul from his Catholic Majesty (wines); xlv. 41.

Guibert Philip, upholsterer; lxxvii. 10.

Guichard, Gabriel; lxxvii. 8.

Guiguer, Samuel; lxxiv. 45.

Guildford; lvii. 32; lxiii. 21.

-, a house and land at; lvi. 29, 41.

-, East; lviii. 6.

-, Sir Robert, the uncle of; lvi. 29.

Guildhall, London, standard measures kept there; lxxiii. 4.

Guillam, one a pirate, lately with Captain Kidd, curious particulars of, p. 326.

Guinea, blacks from; lvi. 80.

-, Company of Portugal; lvi. 80.

-, Merchant Adventurers to; lxiv. 44.

Guineas, the value of; xlviii. 51; lxiv. 46; lxxv. 77; lxxvi. 36.

-, -, in Ireland, 23 to 26s.; lix. 59.

Gunforgers, the, petition; lxii. 47.

Gunmakers ruined; xliv. 76.

Gunnage; li. 68; lvii. 73; lix. 28; lxii. 26.

Gunner, master, for the plantations; xliii. 12.

Gunpowder; lxxiv. 54; lxxvi. 26.

Guns, export of; lx. 56.

Guy, Mr.; lxiii. 20.

-, -, Henry; xlvi. 6.

-, -, the private estate in Ireland of King James II. granted to; lxxiii. 11b.

Gwyllym, or Gwillim, Lieut.-Col. Meredith; lviii. 25.

-, -, wounded at Namur; lviii. 25.

-, -, arrears of subsistence in Flanders; lix.

Gwynn, Sir Rowland, chairman of a committee of the House of Commons; lxxiii. 42.

-, -, Treasurer of the Chamber; liv. 35.



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