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'Index: J', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 605-606. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79563 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Jackson, Mr. Benjamin, master mason at Hampton Court; lxxvi. 51.

-, Ralph, collector of excise, &c.; lxxv. 19.

Jacob, Sir John; xlvii. 13; lviii. 4; lxxvi. 6.

-, -, his regiment; lxxviii. 56.

Jacobite party, the; lxiv. 45.

-, club in New York, p. 213.

Jacobites, p. 231.

-, the “cant” of, in England, p. 229.

-, unlawful meetings of; xlv. 6.

Jamaica, agents for prizes in; liii. 28.

-, coins for; lxxv. 13.

-, exploration for metals; lviii. 51.

-, governor of; xlvi. 87; lx. 32; lxii. 23.

-, -, interesting letter as to, &c.; lii. 28.

-, lieutenant governor of; l. 19.

-, members of the council of; lii. 28.

-, mention of; lv. 9; lxiv. 59; lxxi. 70, 71.

-, money for; lxxv. 41, 56.

-, want of shipping to take the produce of; xlvi. 87.

-, soldiers for; lix. 38.

James City, Virginia; lx. 77.

James II., embroidery ordered by him for the Chapel Royal; xlv. 1.

-, mention of; xliv. 9, 56; lxiv. 62.

-, -, report of the coming over of; xliii. 16.

-, -, credentials from; xliii. 67.

-, -, the private estate of, in Ireland; lxxiii. 11b.

-, -, his army at Salisbury; lxxv. 31.

-, -, his daughter by [Catherine Sedley]. Countess of Dorchester; lxxvi. 60.

-, -, grants made to the Queen; li. 14.

Jamison, Mr. David, clerk of the Council, New York, &c.; p. 230.

-, -, -, condemned in Scotland to be hanged for blasphemy, &c.. p. 230.

Janeway, Captain; xlv. 5 a.

Jansen, Sir Theod; xlvi. 69; lv. 67.

Jarman, John and others, mariners, Yarmouth; liv. 26.

Jedburgh, Lord, regiment of; lx. 16, 59.

Jefferies, Chief Justice; xlix. 32.

-, Thomas, customs prosecution; lx. 8.

Jeffreyson, Sir John, Knt., and others, salaries; xlvi. 53.

-, -, late a judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland; lxxii. 27.

-, lady; lxxii. 27.

Jeffrys, Mr. Jeffrey (tobacco); xlviii. 17.

-, -, navigation laws; lv. 51.

Jekill, Joseph, Esq., manor of Rygate; xliv. 50.

Jenings, Jonathan, a Commissioner for prizes; lx. 62.

-, Mr. Peter, agent of prizes, Maryland; xliv. 63.

Jenkins, Eliz.; lii. 21.

-, John, citizen and oilman; lvi. 30.

-, Tobias, M.P.; xliii. 9.

Jenkyns, Henry, gent., honor of Peverel; lxii. 79.

Jennings, John; lxxiv. 72.

Jeovon, Richard, apprehended and prosecuted for counterfeiting; lv. 8.

Jepson, Mr.; lv. 68.

Jersey, the Earl of; lvi. 24; lxi. 51, 52; lxv. 22; lxvi. 30; lxix. 20, 53; lxxiv. 59.

-, -, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary for a general peace, also ambassador to France; lxxv. 36.

-, -, plate from the jewel office; lxxv. 65; lxxvi. 30.

-, East, New; lix. 61; lx. 4; lxiii. 8.

-, West; p. 481.

-, East and West, America; xlvii. 46.

-,; li, 68; lv. 61.

-, prize goods; xlvi. 65.

Jerseys, the, America; pp. 212, 480.

-, -, land at 5l. for 100 acres; p. 229; lix. 61.

-, -, their observance of the Sabbath and their lawlessness; lxiii. 8.

-, -, the governor of; liii. 23; p. 214.

-, the man-of-war; lxxi. 9.

Jesson, Mrs. Carew, “one of the Queen's bedchamber women;” xliv. 31.

Jesuits; xliv. 35; lxi. 23; lxii. 42; lxiv. 62.

Jewel Office, or house; lxvii. 18; lxix. 12; lxxv. 36; lxxvi. 30; lxxviii. 21.

Jewels seized; lxviii. 51.

Jodrell, Paul, clerk of the House of Commons; lxxiv. 77.

Johnson, Edward, assignee in bankruptcy; lxxii. 14.

-, George, and others, troopers in Brigadier Villier's regiment; lvi. 84.

-, Sir Henry, the docks of; xliv. 48.

-, Sir John, &c., proposal to raise 20,000l.; xliv. 3, 14.

-, Mr., land-waiter; xlix. 20.

-, -,; lxxii. 45.

-, Mr. Secretary; xliii. 67.

-, [Thomas,] and Wiseman [? counterfeit exchequer bills]; liv. 47; lv. 56; lvi. 17; lvii. 35.

-, -, executed; lvii. 16.

-, Thomas; lxxvi. 65.

Johnstowne, Mr., a lease of; lxxvii. 55.

Jones, David; xlv. 14.

-, Elizabeth, customs, cocoa-nuts; lxi. 11.

-, Frances, tobacco duties; lvi. 81.

-, John, deceased; lxiv. 31.

-, John of Carmarthen, pewterer, petition (mint); lxiii. 58.

-, -, of Golynog, Montgomery, evidence in Marquis of Powis' case; xlv. 95.

-, -, Sadler, army clothing; lx. 16.

-, Humphrey; lxxv. 23.

-, Mr., apothecary and perfumer; lxviii. 23.

-, Mr., chaplain to Maryland; lxiv. 59.

Jones, Morgan, discharged tide-waiter, Dublin, petition; xliii. 5.

-, one formerly a pirate, New York p. 230.

-, Thomas, a searcher of Bristol; lviii. 18.

-, Mr. Walter, receiver, Chester; lxxvi. 21.

Judge, William, servant; lvi. 76.

Judges, honest, want of at New York; p. 327.

-, their salaries; lvii. 54.

-, and law officers of the Crown advised with, as to right of search of foreign ships; lx. 5.

-, the, Ireland; xliii. 25; xlvii. 35, 42, 62.

-, -, -, arrears; lxii. 60.

Judicature, court of, works at; lxxviii. 66.

Jury, the finding of a; lxv. 27.

Justices of the peace; lxxi. 42.

-, the Lords; xliv. 30; xlvi. 10, 33, 80; xlvii. 10, 32, 33, 70, 72, 75; xlviii. 4, 5, 24, 27, 32, 40, 47; liii. 3; liv. 19; lv. 26, 64, 68, 73; lvi. 23, 27, 31, 32, 45; lvii. 2, 10, 26, 58; lviii. 30, 54; lxi. 35; lxii. 58, 74; lxiii. 10, 37; lxv. 32; lxx. 16, 32, 34; lxxv. 26, 40b.; lxxvi. 24; lxxviii. 20.



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