Baba, Coga, an Armenian merchant, claim to Kidd's money by; xciv. 110.
Bache, William, master smith to the late King, sums owing to the widow of; civ. 58.
Backwell, Richard, son of Edward Backwell, Esq., deceased; lxxix. 115.
Baden, Mr. Robert, security for Mr. John Allen, petition; lxxxv. 111.
Bagshot Heath; ci. 69.
-, Park, lease of, granted and purchased; xcvi. 32.
Bahama Islands, lords proprietors of; lxxxii. 23.
Bakehouse, late clerk of the, petition; lxxxiv. 75.
Baker [ ] to be called to account; xcviii. 86.
Baker, Capt.; lxxxvii. 123.
-, -, charges against; xcvii. 91.
-, -, weekly pensions paid by; xcix. 73.
-, Mr.; lxxxviii. 3; xcv. 91; xcviii. 35.
-, -, late Consul at Algiers; lxxxiv. 90.
-, Henry; lxxix. 21; lxxx. 8, 122, 125; lxxxiv. 10; lxxxvi. 63; xci. 2; xcii. 50, 60; xciii. 41, 86, 103 xcvi. 100; c. 29.
-, -, for leave to go on a certain service; lxxxi. 18.
-, -, fees for passing commissions for trying pirates; xci. 120.
-, -, Solicitor to the Treasury; lxxxix. 52.
-, -, Surveyor General of the riding officers for the guard of the coast of Kent and Sussex, proposal, &c.; lxxxvi. 25.
-, Mr. John, who served through the rebellion, for transfer of his pension; xciii. 15.
-, Michael, elder and younger [Marshalsea]; lxxx. 52.
-, Mr. R.; lxxxi. 68.
-, Mr. T., help given by, to Algerine Turks; lxxxv. 8.
Baldwin, Col. Francis, formerly a colonel under Louis XIV.; ciii. 15.
Ball, John; xcix. 80.
-, -, gent., surveyor of the works at Windsor Castle, fee paid to; xcv. 123.
Balle, Robert, of London, merchant, contracted to supply certain statues; lxxxvi. 76.
Ballows, or Ballow, Henry, deputy chamberlain [for joining tallies in the Court] of Exchequer; petitions; lxxxv. 92; lxxxviii. 67; xcvi. 71; xcviii. 36; C. 63; ci. 107.
Ballihabir, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Balstrasny, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Baltimore, Lord, had joint second interest in grant of lieutenancy of Woodstock Park; xciii. 37.
Bank, the; cii. 113.
-, -, land tax tallies paid over to; ciii. 108.
-, of Charity for indigent officers of Excise, fraud of cashier; lxxxv. 111.
-, of England, Governor and Company of, propose to remit money; lxxix. 39.
-, -, representation of; lxxx. 132.
-, -, refuse to receive certain tallies; xcix. 58.
-, -, proposal as to the “equivalent”; cii. 59.
-, [-], secretary and cashier of the; cii. 86.
-, -, loan on tallies from; ciii. 87.
-, of Scotland, proprietors of the, and the bullion; cii. 134.
“Bankers for Xbr., 1704”; xcii. 81.
-, annuities of, equity of redemption of certain, as to sale of; xcv. 40.
-, -, fees received for; xciv. 90; xcvi. 52.
-, annuity orders, accounts of, and rate of fees; xcvii. 88.
Banks, Mr., survey of Excise Office; lxxxv. 64.
Banson, Mr. Geo., surety for a deceased excise officer, petition; lxxxix. 78.
-, Mr. Henry, formerly a collector of excise; lxxxix. 78.
Barbadoes, or island of; lxxix. 83; lxxxii. 35; lxxxiv. 82; xcv. 116.
-, attack upon, expected; ciii. 68.
-, chapel at, bible, communion plate, &c. for; lxxx. 121.
-, council of, president of the; xcviii. 88.
-, -, one of the; xc. 2.
-, -, extracts as to Mr. Corbet; xcv. 66.
-, -, a member of, fined for sedition; xcv. 98.
-, court martial in, relating to a duty there; lxxxvii. 108.
-, deputy commissary of musters in, appointment of; xci. 10.
-, 4½ per cent. duty in, person employed on; xc. 47.
-, -, a perpetuity out of; lxxix. 83.
-, -, petition for receivership of; xcv. 69.
-, governors of, amount of presents to, and circumstances of; lxxxvii. 18.
-, -, obstructions met with by prize officers from; xc. 39.
-, -, successive; xcviii. 88.
-, receiver of the casual revenue in; ci. 10.
-, sick seamen at, payments for; ci. 88.
-, stores of war necessary for, estimate; lxxxix. 97.
-, treasurer of; ci. 60.
-, want of provisions there, &c.; xciii. 87.
Barbary; lxxxiv. 34; xcvii. 7.
-, bill for carrying powder to, for redemption of captives, &c., whether a naval service? lxxxiv. 23.
-, treaties with government of; lxxxv. 125.
Barcelona; xcvi. 85; xcix. 89, 103; c. 82; cii. 58, 87, 118.
-, the siege or taking of, &c.; xcvi. 28, 51; cii. 36; ciii. 102.
-, money sent with the fleet to; xcvi. 59.
-, a person going to, to muster the marines there; xcvi. 62.
-, eldest lieutenant at, chosen to attack Mount Joyce; xcvii. 104.
-, officers who went to the relief of; c. 74.
-, Royal Guards in; cii. 112.
Barfleur, H.M.S., commander of; lxxxvii. 109; xcii. 75.
-, ship condemned in Admiralty Court; lxxxv. 66.
Barge, money conveyed by; xcv. 48.
Barges, H.M., master of; xcii. 29.
Barilla, parcel of, sold; lxxx. 144.
Bark, the, when trees are to be felled in order to save the bark; lxxxvii. 106.
Barker, Mr.; lxxxiv. 103; xciv. 82.
-, Elizabeth, widow, daughter of Hugh Peters, case of; lxxxv. 145.
-, R. or Robert, Esq., deputy remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer: lxxx. 91.
-, -, -, allowance to clerk of; lxxx. 130.
“Barkhamstead,” demesne of the manor of, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, lease of, &c.: xcv. 26.
Barloe, John, a highwayman, apprehension of: lxxxvi. 133.
Barnardiston, Arthur, Esq., claims of children of, to an estate in Lancashire: ci. 100.
-, Sir Samuel, Bart., illegal judgment against, and money paid into the Exchequer; lxxix. 84: lxxxv. 28; had no satisfaction for his great sufferings, ib.
Barnes: lxxxiv. 22.
-, Mr. Thomas, bailiff to Lord Capel; lxxxi. 88.
Barnewell, Sir George, pension to, for loyalty of his family: xci. 128.
Barnstaple, in co. of Devon, breach of law connected with the election of a member for, &c.; xciii. 62.
Baron, James, an alien, legacy to; xcix. 117.
Barrel, the adjudged to be the Standard in Scotland, as to; ciii. 3.
Barrow, Mr. John, going to Connecticut as chaplain: lxxx. 94.
-, waste ground called, in parish of Stratton upon the Fosse: lxxxv. 115.
Barrowstounness; cii. 1.
Barry Oge's Castle, Kinsale, lighthouse at; xci. 71 (p. 284).
Barrymore, Earl of, regiment of, late captain in; xci. 94.
-, -, -, losses, part taken prisoners, &c., lxxxv. 19; xciii. 129.
-, -, -, warrant for payment of; xcviii. 119.
Bartholomew, Mark, petition: xcv. 36.
Barton, Henry, for share of a reward; xciii. 14.
-, in Lincoln: xciv. 81.
-, in Suffolk, concealment of malt at; lxxxvi. 92.
Barwick, Samuel, Esq., recommended for an appointment: ci. 10.
Basian, M. Gideon de Bourbon, Marquis or Lord of, of the house of Bourbon, daughter of; xcvi. 40; c. 39.
Baskett, John, stationer, proposal to supply stationery: c. 13.
Bastile, the, an Englishman prisoner of state in: xciv. 73.
Batem[an], Mr.; lxxxix. 100.
-, Tho., lead mines; xc. 1.
Bates, Mr.: serving under the commissioners for victualling the navy, bills on; xcvi. 51.
Bath, or the Bath; lxxxi. 31, 95, 100; lxxxvii. 32; xcviii. 17.
-, Her Majesty's journey to; lxxxvii. 71, 143.
-, opportunities of reply from; xcv. 67.
-, John, gent., fishing petitioned for, xciv. 117.
-, and Wells, Bishop of, petition for; release from first fruits, &c.; lxxxix. 85.
-, -, George, Bishop of, as to Bishop Kenn; xcvii. 98.
Bathurst, Allen, Esq., for expenses of Her Majesty's household; lxxxix. 148.
-, Sir Benjamin, Her Majesty's credit carried to credit of, in books of East India Company; lxxxiv. 38.
-, -, cofferer of the household; lxxxiii. 65; lxxxviii. 26.
-, -, Knt., commissioner for executing the office of Master of the Horse; lxxx. 100.
-, John, father and son, and the former physician to Cromwell; xciv. 103.
-, Theodore, in possession of concealed lands; xciv. 103.
-, Thomas, gent., petition; xciii. 46.
Batson, Capt.; xcvii. 91.
Battely, Mr., clerk in the Remembrancer's office, arrears of taxes; lxxxvii. 32.
Battle-axes, the Company of, Ireland, their clothing, &c., xci. 126.
Batty, Adam, for employment in the Customs; xcvi. 69.
Bawkham, William, son of Wm. Bawkham, sen., who was wounded in defending the corporation of Gravesend, petition; xcv. 19.
Bayard, Col. Nicholas, condemned as traitor for unheard-of treasons, lxxxi. 106.
Beachcroft, Sir Robert, a sheriff of London and Middlesex, for payments made for conviction of highwaymen, &c.; lxxx. 146.
Beachy Head to Northforeland, a ship to guard the coast from; lxxxvi. 25.
Bealing, Marmaduke, Esq., affidavit as to surrender of office of book-keeper for entries of ships in port of London; lxxxi. 16.
Beaubuisson, Peter, keeper of the late King's private armoury and master of his setting dogs; lxxx. 145; lxxxi. 23.
-, spelt “Beaubissons,” the dog-keeper's place given to: xcix. 76.
Beaufort Buildings; xcix. 9.
Beaumaris, M.P. for: ciii. 105.
-, Castle, constables of, and salary; ciii. 105.
-, -, materials taken away from, and an account of; ciii. 105.
Beavour, Captain George, petition; ci. 67.
Beck, grant made to; lxxix. 108.
Beckford, Col., Chief Justice of Jamaica, retirement of; xciv. 108.
-, William, of London, Esq., slopseller to the Crown, petition; ciii. 84.
Bedchamber, late groom of the, for relief; lxxxv. 74.
-, pages of the, chamber-keeper to the; c. 65.
-, -, plate from; lxxxiii. 80.
“Bedchr. & backstaires, pages of ye;” lxxx. 99.
Bedford, co. of, late dissolved monastery in; xciv. 117.
-, -, surveyor of house and marriage duties, &c., in; xcv. 74.
-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for; xcv. 79.
“Bedgoers”; lxxxiii. 50.
Bedoe, Robert, under-housekeeper of Whitehall, cleansing the street before the palace; lxxxi. 29; lxxxvii. 128; lxxxviii. 30.
Belfast, collector of, false shipping of wool; xcii. 84.
Bell, Beaupere; xciv. 117.
-, Francis, Esq., tenement assigned to; xciv. 117.
-, Mr. John, petition for an appointment; xcviii. 70.
-, Thomas, merchant [Alderman of Dublin]; lxxxiii. 96.
Bellamy, Clement, gent., grant of woods to; lxxxiv. 88.
-, W., City Remembrancer; lxxxiii. 76.
Bellasys, Sir Henry, governor of the town and garrison of Galloway in Ireland, account of; xciii. 72.
Bellew, Major, favour to; lxxxi. 96.
Bellomont, Earl of; lxxxi. 106; lxxxv. 43.
-, -, late governor of New York, accounts of; xci. 14, 24.
-, -, and lady; lxxxii. 46.
-, Countess of, accounts and proceedings of, &c.; xci. 14, 24.
Bellot, Sir Thomas, process against executors of; lxxxvii. 72.
Benbow, Admiral, credits; lxxxiv. 82, 92.
Benevolence money for widows of persons lost in late storm; xci. 54, 100.
Bengough, James, of London, gent., for grant of marsh lands; xciv. 81.
Benn, Mr. James, appointed a landwaiter's deputy; xc. 52.
Bennet, Mr.; ci. 29.
-, Quartermaster John, of 1st regiment of guards, deceased, employed in repairing guard-houses, petitions of Rachel, widow, and others; xciv. 140; xcv. 27; xcix. 100.
Benskins, Edward, a place transferred to; ci. 52.
Bentley, Joseph, collector of Customs at Lancaster; xciii. 94.
Bercade, Benjamin, petition for pension; lxxxiv. 45.
Bere, or Bier, Forest of, trees from; xcvii. 117; ci. 33, 79.
-, -, warden of, proposal of; ci. 30.
-, -, -, and as to a right in, &c.; ci. 79.
Bergavenny, Lord, promise to, in favour of Mr. Merrick, xcv. 65.
Bergenopzoom; lxxxvii. 151.
Berkley, Ed., defective arrangements for subsidy tax in co. of Somerset; lxxxvi. 39.
-, Right Hon. Lord, commander of the 2nd marine regiment; lxxx. 137.
Berks, co. of, practices of the maltsters in; ciii. 65.
-, Earl of, post fines late in farm to; xc. 119.
Berkshire, Lord, death, of, mentioned; xcviii. 7.
Bermudas, or Summer Islands, in America; lxxx. 140; lxxxiii. 75.
-, state of receiver's accounts of; lxxxv. 22.
-, the Lieut.-Governor of, threatened; xcvii. 97.
Berne; c. 50.
Bernet, Capt. Joseph, for payment as engineer; lxxxi. 66.
Berry, Capt., recommended to 1st troop of horse, debts, &c.; lxxxv. 58.
Berthon, Paul, a French protestant, taken by the Virginia, petition; xciii. 123.
Bertie, Mr.; lxxxi. 17.
-, Mr. Charles, his account of the ordnance; lxxxviii. 8.
-, -, late treasurer of the ordnance, for allowance for a robbery; cii. 6.
-, -, Esq., the Lord Great Chamberlain's brother, deputy to Mr. Bertie; xciii. 37.
Berwick-upon-Tweed; cii. 74.
-, customs of, abuses in; lxxxv. 110.
-, mayor and burgesses of, petition for part of their annuity; lxxxix. 29.
Bestoso, Jeronimo, petition; lxxxvi. 101.
-, -, a prize to be delivered to; xc. 38.
-, -, pilot to [D. of Ormonde] at Port St. Maries, &c., petition; xcv. 103.
Bethune, Mr., late collector at “Kerkalde,” petition; civ. 15.
Bettely, John, formerly a clerk in the Comptroller's Office at the Excise; lxxxi. 31.
Bickerstaffe, Philip, Esq., late clerk in the King's household; lxxxiii. 88.
-, -, -, petition for a place; cii. 32.
Biddulph, M., or Sir Michael, Bart., for discharge from prison; lxxxi. 82, 95.
Bideford, agent for prizes at, ill practices of; lxxxix. 144.
-, collector of Customs at; xciii. 62.
Bieisse, Anthony, a creditor of Cambolive's, letters of administration obtained by; xcv. 36.
Bier, Forest of. See Bere.
Bierley, Mr. See Byerley.
Bifron, dated; xcv. 91.
Billers, Mr.; c. 12.
Bills advised and advances made according to treaty; xciii. 44.
-, of exchange (Commissioners for sick and wounded); lxxxvii. 48.
Bingham, Mr. John, his claims on Lieut.-Col. Ward; xcvii. 47.
-, Mark, agent, &c., for the rights, &c., of the Admiralty, petition; xcix. 88.
Birch, Mr. John, and others, petition; xciii. 71.
Birchfield, Maurice, petition for succession to an office; xci. 140.
Bird, Col., Receiver General in Virginia; xcvii. 8.
Biron, Capt. Richard, late commander of the yacht, the Fubbs, petition; xcix. 90.
Birsbane, Lieutenant John, arrears of halfpay; lxxxiii. 30.
Births, Burials, Bachelors, &c., duties on; lxxxiv. 36.
Bishopp, Wm., Esq., a security of receiver general of an aid in Southampton, proceedings against; lxxxv. 10.
Bishop's Stortford in co. of Hertford, case of postmaster of; lxxxv. 68.
Bitt, a, the lowest coin in W. Indies, value of; xci. 46.
Black Lion Stairs, seizure at; xciii. 98.
-, rod, yeoman usher of the; lxxxix. 146.
Blacketts, Sir Wm., debt due to, from Crown of Denmark; lxxx. 25.
Blackhall, Mr., or Ralph, collector of the Penny Post Office, suspended for fraud, as to accounts of, complaints by and against, &c. &c.; lxxxiii. 103; lxxxv. 21, 159, 167, 168; lxxxvi. 26, 40, 55; lxxxvii. 115; lxxxix. 74; xc. 26.
Blackiston, Col., late governor of Maryland, application of money given by the Assembly; cii. 67.
Blackmore, Mr. Nathaniel, formerly lieutenant of H.M.S. the Litchfield, complaint as to prizes; xci. 137.
-, Sir Richard, physician to his late Majesty; lxxxii. 22.
-, Thomas, Esq., late sheriff of co. of Hertford, petition for an over-payment; lxxxvi. 11.
Blackston, Alexander, a pedlar in Carlisle gaol; ci. 14.
Blackwall, inhabitants of, case and petition; cii. 38.
Blackwell, John, Esq., grant of forfeitures to; ciii. 66.
-, Sir Lambert; xci. 17; xcv. 72.
-, -, petition of, for grant of estates; ciii. 66.
-, -, agent for prizes at Leghorn, Genoa, and Porto Venere; lxxxv. 144.
-, -, envoy extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany and Republic of Genoa; lxxxiii. 106.
Bladen, Sarah, relict of Dr. Bladen, and daughter of Lord Blayney; lxxx. 127.
Blake, Sir Francis, memorial on behalf of “his son,” Charles Howard; xcvi. 93.
-, Robert, petition for command of a company, &c.; ci. 38.
Blanchevile, Margaret, petition for recovery of her late husband's estate; xcvii. 66.
Blanchford, Leonard, who had served in the Duke of York's guards; lxxxiii. 4.
Blaney, or Blayney, Lord; lxxx. 127.
-, -, late, pension of, continued to his son; cii. 98.
-, -, -, Mary, relict of, petition for relief; xcvi. 106.
-, -, Right Hon. William, deceased, formerly governor of Sligo, without pay; xcvi. 106.
Blantyre, Walter, Lord, memorial for an arrear; xcviii. 52.
Blathwayt, Mr., or Willirm, Esq,. reports, &c.; lxxx. 26, 143; lxxxi. 3, 47, 52, 66, 74; lxxxiii. 30; lxxxiv. 147; lxxxv. 43, 58, 62, 87, 139, 142; lxxxvi. 12, 127; lxxxvii. 4, 18, 95, 104, 152; lxxxviii. 16, 19, 20; lxxxix. 128; xc. 5, 10, 33; xci. 37, 62; xcii. 76, 104, 107; xciii. 22, 52; xciv. 7, 12, 105; xcv. 1, 104; xcvi. 101; xcvii. 45, 75; xcviii. 88; xcix. 8; ci. 10, 60, 73 ci. 73; cii. 91, 120.
-, -, Secretary at War, settlement of salary; lxxxv. 60.
-, -, as to respits; lxxxii. 86; lxxxiv. 60; lxxxvi. 16; lxxxix. 34.
-, -, -, a super set upon, in the Excise account; lxxxiii. 5.
-, -, H.M. revenues in America lxxxv. 22; xciii. 35.
-, -, auditor general of revenues in America, accounts of, &c.; lxxx. 47; ciii. 95.
Blenheim, victory of, mentioned; ciii. 20.
Blessington, Lord Viscount, waste ground claimed by; lxxxi. 1.
Blofield, Mr., mint at Norwich; lxxxiv. 29.
Blount, Mr., manner of keeping public accounts; lxxx. 4.
Blyth, in co. of Durham, salt works erected at; xcvii. 68.
Bobin, Mr. Isaac, a French refugee, affairs of; xcii. 113.
Boddicot, Mr. Edward, of Richmond, in Surrey; lxxxi. 88.
Boisrond, Col. Samuel, debt due to, for pay; xcix. 68.
Boit, Joseph, merchant, petition as to duties on certain brandy; xcvi. 37.
Boitout, Lucas, services of; civ. 52.
-, Mrs., or Mary, widow, letter in favour of, &c.; ci. 96; civ. 52.
Bolderwood Walk, the lodge ruined by the storm; lxxxviii. 7.
Bolton, Duke of; lxxx. 39; lxxxiii. 23; lxxxix. 4; xciv. 50.
-, -, claims right to windfalls in New Forest; xcii. 54; xciv. 4.
-, -, her late Majesty's Lord Chamberlain; lxxxvi. 64.
Bonadventure, prize ship, seized in Ireland; lxxxi. 97.
Bonds (Customs); lxxix. 50.
-, given by receivers and accountants; lxxxi. 68.
-, given by masters of ships going to Europe; lxxxv. 160.
-, and securities forfeited, petition as to; lxxxviii. 60.
Bone, Thomas, one of the King's poor tenants in Cumberland, petitions; lxxxii. 11; lxxxvii. 123.
“Bonheur,” the, delay in the sale of the cargo of; lxxxiv. 25.
Bonn, or Bon, camp before, dated; lxxxv. 86, 108.
-, siege of; lxxxvii. 14.
Bonyalva, in Cornwall, tenement in; lxxxvii. 12.
Booth, or Boothe, Sir George, attempt or rising of, in 1659; lxxxvi. 4; xciii. 15.
-, Nathaniel, Esq., surveyor general of H.M. revenue of Greenwax, nature of the revenue and of his duties; xc. 119.
-, -, -, petition for an appointment formerly incident to his office; xcv. 30.
-, -, arrear due to; xcv. 52.
Bophin, Lord, attainted of high treason; xci. 105.
-, Lord Viscount, son of Lord Clanricarde, portion of debt to be charged on estate of; xci. 112, 118.
-, -, restored to his forfeited estate, petition; xci. 136.
Borchloen, or Borckloen; lxxxvi. 45; lxxxvii. 1, 2.
Borckworme, otherwise Wareme, left of the army extending near; lxxxvii. 2.
Bordeaux; lxxxiii. 69.
Borelaps, a fabric called; ciii. 57.
Borr, Col., regiment of marines commanded by, officers in; xcix. 34, 38.
Borrett (differently spelt), Mr., or Mr. William [solicitor to the Treasury], reports, &c., lxxx. 86, 130; lxxxii. 62; lxxxiv. 41, 98; lxxxv. 97, 102, 122, 136; lxxxvi. 49, 70, 82, 86; lxxxvii. 21, 113, 143; lxxxix. 5, 62, 101, 115; xc. 36, 40, 87, 101; xci. 49, 54, 64, 78, 101; xcii. 17; xciii. 14, 54, 69, 70, 71, 109; xciv. 56; xcv. 36, 40; xcvi. 18; xcvii. 71, 92, 101; xcix. 117; cii. 138.
Boscawen, Madame, and “the Marburies;” lxxxix. 134.
-, Mr.; xcvii. 65.
Boscowen, Mr., an appointment promised to, for another; xcviii. 90.
Bosnia; xcvii. 109.
Boston, on the Humber, post from Cambridge to, as to farm of; lxxxv. 68.
-, in New England; lxxxii. 58; xci. 48; xcv. 71; ci. 32; cii. 39 (p. 513); ciii. 61 (p. 548).
-, lists of shipping at; lxxxi. 107.
-, fortifications built in the harbour of; xciii. 22.
-, agent for his Royal Highness at; xcv. 71.
-, -, exports from, &c.; xcix. 119.
Bothmar, regiments of, establishment of; ciii. 70.
Boucher, Mr., prosecution against, mention of; xc. 36.
-, Major, guilty of high treason, services in summoning juries to try; xciii. 54.
Boucherie, Herman, merchant in Flushing, owner of a privateer, petition; lxxxix. 59.
Boudet, Lawrence, a French refugee, surgeon to a regiment, &c.; cii. 130.
-, Mary, widow, petition; cii. 130.
Boulouixs, Mons. John de, a protestant of Guienne, wife of; c. 39.
Bounty money for the land forces in Germany, a book showing the distribution of; xciii. 79.
-, Queen's. See Queen's Bounty.
Bourbon (De), Catherine, daughter of Marquis of Basian, a refugee, petitions; xcvi. 40; c. 39.
Bourchier, Mr., assisted the auditor to pass an account; xcviii. 19.
Bourdeaux, clandestine trade from; lxxxiv. 39.
-, English prisoners at, charge of bringing them home; xciii. 56.
-, wine, transports detained for; xciii. 108.
Bourdet, one, a subject of France, dying intestate, as to estate of; xcvii. 92.
Bourgett, Andrew, on wines imported; lxxix. 33.
Bourk, Mr., victualling agent at Liverpool, transactions of; lxxxix. 66.
Bourlie, Mons. de Guiscard, Marquis de la, an enterprise onder; xcvii. 14.
Bourne; lxxxii. 91.
-, Thomas, a prisoner, as to a debt; lxxxiii. 6.
Bouxin, Magdalen; xcix. 117.
-, Stephen, a French protestant refugee, petition; xcix. 117.
Bovey, Mrs., owner of ironworks within the Forest of Dean; xcvii. 32.
-, -, number of forges owned by; xcvii. 52.
Bow; civ. 61.
-, frauds of Excise officers at; lxxxii. 4, 75; xciv. 132; xcviii. 74.
Bower, Mr., collector of Weymouth, reward for prosecuting smugglers; xcvii. 83.
Bowles, P.; xcii. 18.
-, Mr. Phineas, to take care of Sir C. Shovel's prizes; lxxxv. 48.
-, -, Esq., agent for prizes in the fleet, claims of; lxxxvii. 137.
Bowtell, Anne, widow of William, late of London, merchant, debt for redemption of English captives; xci. 141.
Bowyer, Robert, Esq., a grant to; xcviii. 102.
-, Mr. W., or William, and the printing of Rymer's Fœdera, or “Conventiones, &c.,” allowance, &c.; xcii. 23; xciv. 125; xcix. 51; c. 48; ciii. 60.
Boxted (Suff.); lxxxix. 150.
Boyle, Mr.; lxxxi. 8.
-, -, a near relation of the Earl of Glasgow, appointed Excise cashier in Edinburgh; cii. 71.
Boyne, battle of the, mention of; lxxxi. 100; lxxxiii. 96.
Boys, Capt. Nathaniel, of H.M.S. “Deal Castle,” arrested on a criminal charge; xciv. 108.
Braband; lxxxvi. 16.
Brabant currency, bills made payable in the; xcix. 44.
-, Sir Henry, farmer of the Excise of Durham and Northumberland; lxxxv. 150.
Bradfield, Wilts; lxxx. 51.
-, farm of, indentures of certain land parcel of; lxxxiv. 40.
Bradley [? Wilts], dated; lxxxix. 122.
Bradshagh, or Bradshaigh, Sir R. (Roger), regiment of, as to; xcix. 59, 75.
-, -, colonel in Ireland, memorial; ciii. 77.
Bradshaw, Cæsar, Esq., hearing of; xciii. 40.
Brady, Dr. Nicholas; lxxxv. 150.
Bramston, Dr.; lxxxi. 97; lxxxiv. 48.
Brandé, Anthony Count, of Bosnia and Hungary, reformer, petition; xcvii. 109.
Brandenburgh, Elector of, order of the Garter sent to; xcix. 86.
Brandy, as to the importation of; ciii. 17.
Brawn, or Brawne, Mr., or Charles, late receiver general of certain aids for co. of Somerset and city of Bristol; lxxxv. 38; xc. 127.
-, Mrs. Elizabeth, executrix of the receiver general of Somerset; lxxxv. 38.
-, -, -, prosecution of, advised; xcii. 12.
Bray; xcv. 126.
-, encroachments on H.M.'s waste lands in; lxxxi. 30.
-, manor of, petition for lease and profits of, &c.; xciv. 117; xcv. 57.
-, proposed equivalent for; xcvii. 93.
Braybrook, or Braybrooke, Northamptonshire; xcvii. 80.
-, lands mortgaged in; xcviii. 86.
-, manor of, owner of a moiety of; xcvii. 101.
Brecon; ci. 25.
-, college and chapel at, condition of; c. 7.
-, co. of, receiver general of taxes in; xcv. 118.
-, manor of; lxxxiii. 100.
Bredah, H.M. ship, blown up at Cork; lxxxiii. 90.
Bremen, Major, “that rebel,” obtained a customer's place at Plymouth; lxxix. 22.
-, -, as to renewal of patent; lxxix. 23.
“Breeming,” heath and furze for; lxxxviii. 9.
Brent, Samuel, of Plymouth, mercer; ciii. 110.
Breres (or Bryers), Capt. John, of Latham, Lancashire, gent., petition; lxxxvii. 38.
Brerewood, Mr., non-issue of money to, for the regiments; xcvi. 8.
-, Mr. Thomas, loss on clothes, &c. for dragoons; lxxxvii. 80.
-, -, concerned in a public scandal, for reinstatement; xcvi 54.
Breton, Mr., customer of Sandwich; lxxix. 24.
-, Richard, state, &c. of Dover harbour; xcviii. 75; xcix. 82.
Brewer, Mr., method for paying captors' share of prizes; lxxxi. 89.
-, -, office for; lxxxii. 42.
-, John; lxxxvii. 118.
-, -, Esq., receiver general of prize money; lxxxi. 73.
-, -, -, balance sheets, &c.; lxxxiv. 77; xci. 32; civ. 3.
-, Heyman, footman to her late Majesty, for arrears; lxxxv. 93.
Brewers, the, objections raised by, allowances adjudged to [in Scotland], &c. &c.; cii. 137; ciii. 3, 16, 40.
Brewing utensils, a penalty for lending; c. 42.
Brewster, Samuel, Esq., impropriator of the curacy of Aldgate; lxxxvii. 111.
Brian, Mr.; lxxxii. 28, 41, 64.
Briançon, Comte; cii. 108.
Brice, one of the keepers of Woodstock park; xciii. 37.
Bricklayer, the master; xciii. 131; xciv. 143.
Bridge, Auditor, answer to a petition; lxxxvi. 43.
Bridger, Mr., increase of salary recommended; ci. 2.
-, Mr. J.; xcix. 119.
-, -, letter from, as to his accounts; xc. 105.
-, John, surveyor general of all H.M. woods in America, petition; xcviii. 50.
Bridgers, Mr. Auditor; lxxxvii. 70.
Bridges, Mr.; lxxxviii. 22; xcv. 31; c. 25; civ. 45. See also Brydges.
-, Hon. Mr., paymaster general, as to the office of deputy to; xcv. 33.
-, Mr. B., auditor of imprests or auditor, reports, &c.; lxxxii. 50; lxxxiii. 97; lxxxiv. 144; lxxxv. 78; lxxxix. 52; xc. 69; xci. 28.
-, -, annual certificate; lxxxiv. 112.
-, -, officer employed by, lxxxiv. 128.
-, Brook, Esq., auditor, deputy of; xci. 4.
-, Dr., late Chief Justice of New York, widow of, payment of her husband's salary, &c.; xciv. 141.
-, Mr. Edward, architect; xci. 71 (p. 284).
-, J., solicitor to the Customs, lxxix. 63.
-, to be repaired at the Queen's expense; xcv. 3.
Bridgman, Mr.; lxxx. 48.
-, sloop, extract from journal of; lxxxvi. 10.
-, -, [a W. India packet boat], profit and loss of first voyage of; lxxxv. 41.
Bridgetown, Barbadoes, collector of; xcv. 66.
Bridgewater, searchership of Customs at, petition as to surrender of; lxxxiv. 120.
-, earl of, his lodgings at St. James's; xcix. 43.
Briel, or the Briel; lxxxi. 33; lxxxvii. 45.
-, agent to the packet boats at, lxxxvii. 19.
-, account of voyages made to, in the winter; xcvii. 18.
Briggs, Mr., receiver of Norfolk, as to conveyance of portion of estate of, xcv. 41.
-, Mr. Richard, joint farmer of the post from Cambridge to Boston, underhand dealings of, &c.; lxxxv. 68.
-, Thomas, surety for a collector at Lynn; xciii. 34
Bristol, city or port of, lxxxi. 99; lxxxii. 78; lxxxiv. 40.
-, accounts for; lxxxviii. 85.
-, collector of; lxxxvi. 9.
-, custom house, lxxx. 97.
-, -, money at, lxxxii. 84.
-, receiver general of, ci. 26.
-, -, of the land tax for; xcix. 91.
-, -, of third 3s. aid, 1699; lxxxv. 38.
-, [surveyor?] for; xcv. 86.
Bristol and Chester cross road (post office); lxxix. 26; lxxxii. 30.
Bristol stones and waxwork figures, owner of a show of; lxxxix. 115.
Britain, North, officers [of excise] sent to; cii. 37.
-, -, reasons for the establishment of the ports, districts, &c., in; cii. 101.
-, -, a French privateer convoy to ships belonging to; ciii. 78, 86.
-, -, foreign imports into; ciii. 89.
-, -, officers, &c. of the invalids in, and pay; civ. 37.
Broad Seal, the, taken as a pretended title; lxxxvii. 111.
-, Street, excise office in; lxxxv. 64.
Broadneck, Leonard, payment to, for apprehension of highway robbers; lxxxvi. 11.
Brocket, “a fool” of Sir Thomas Frankland's; lxxx. 33.
Brockett, William, gent., petition; ci. 85.
Brodie, Capt. James, surgeon to a regiment in the W. Indies, memorial; xcix. 39.
Brodrick, Mr. Allen, solicitor general for Ireland; lxxxi. 1.
Brodricke, Mr. Serjeant; xcix. 128.
Brogden, Mr., an eminent merchant of London; lxxxv. 68.
Bromfield, lordship and manor of, in county of Denbigh, office of steward of lxxxix. 21.
-, and Yale, stewardship of; xcii. 63.
-, French, or Francis, Esq., a receiver general of taxes for Sussex; lxxxvii. 76.
-, -, -, recommended to be superseded; lxxxviii. 33.
-, John, riding forester in New Forest, petitions; xci. 79; xciv. 50.
-, Thomas, letter from; lxxxvii. 76.
Bromley (Middlesex), a certificate from, as to one Warren; xciv. 132.
Brompton Park; cii. 93.
Brook, James, Master of the Mary, transport, embezzlement by; lxxxv. 65.
Brooks, Mary, &c., owners of the ship Joseph, for payment of the hire; c. 35.
Brougham, John, secretary to the Commissioners of Excise; lxxxiii. 35.
Broughton, Col. or Mr., H.M. consul at Venice, claims for disbursements, &c.; xciv. 88, 118; xcviii. 27; xcix. 81.
-, G. and Hugh, at Venice, postage of letters for service of the crown; xcvi. 83; xcvii. 42.
Broughtoun, Mr., to attend at Barrowstounness on the business of the Customs; cii. 1.
Brounker, Henry, Esq., grant to; lxxxiv. 22.
Browne or Brown, Arnold, Esq., or Mr., prize agent at Jamaica, dismissal of, &c.; xcviii. 69, 103.
-, T.; lxxxvii. 91.
-, Thomas, one of the weighing porters of the port of London, transference of office; lxxxvi. 89.
-, -, a huntsman to King Charles II., for continuation of pension; lxxxvi. 119; lxxxviii. 57.
Browning, Jane, of Londonderry, widow of Captain Micaia B., owner and commander of the Mountjoy, for arrears of annuity; lxxxv. 74.
Broxtow, hundred of, county of Nottingham; lxxxi. 109.
Bruce, Sir Alexander, and debts due from post-renters in Scotland; xci. 30.
Brudenall, col.-major of brigade, allowance to; xcviii. 21.
-, Hon. Brigadier, a captain in regiment of, &c.; xcix. 56.
Bruere, Geo.; lxxxi. 41.
Brunswick-Lunenburg, Elector of, Order of the Garter sent to; xcix. 86.
Brussels; lxxx. 8; xcix. 44.
-, his late Majesty's secretary at; lxxxvi. 58.
Bruxby, Joseph or Joshua, brewer, defects in management of the Excise, and proposal for its improvement; lxxxiv. 24; xc. 59; cii. 25.
Brydges, Mr.; xcvi. 77; cii. 47, 78, 114.
-, -, mistake in relation to the profit upon the exchange; xcix. 44.
-, -, see also Bridges.
-, Mr. Francis, for leave of absence; xcv. 45.
-, Mr. J., or James, Esq., or Hon.; xcvii. 113, 116; xcix. 126; c. 40, 72; cii. 116; ciii. 5, 19, 25, 32, 33; civ. 114.
-, -, paymaster of the forces acting with the allies; xcix. 121.
-, Sir Matthew, regiment of, a captain in, xcvi. 13.
-, -, -, a late captain-lieut. in; xcvi. 80.
Bryenne, Mr., a deputy under; xcvii. 9.
Bryerly, Mr., see Byerley.
Buck, Peter, Esq., land in Chatham in occupation of; xcvii. 85.
Buckeridge, Seaborne, deceased, late wife of; xciv. 83.
Buckhounds, master of the, allowances to; xcvii. 114.
Buckingham, Mary, Duchess of, administratrix of, and pension, xciii. 119.
Buçklawren, manor of, parcel of Duchy of Cornwall, encroachments on; lxxxvii. 12.
-, -, -, lease of tenements in; xcv. 76.
Bucknall, Mr., steward to the commander-in-chief, made deputy commissary; xcix. 34.
Bucks, co. of, late sheriff of; xcviii. 47.
-, -, receiver general of divers aids for; cii. 126.
Buda, a native of; lxxxv. 8.
Budge, one captain, treatment of, at New York; cii. 39 (p. 513).
Bulkeley, Richard Lord Viscount, constable of Beaumaris Castle, charged with taking building materials from the castle, &c.; ciii. 105.
-, Robert, Lord; ciii. 105.
Bull, George, bishop of St. David's, xcvi. 114.
-, Samuel, graver of the Mint; xcviii. 108.
Bullingbrook fens in Lincolnshire (part in Duchy of Lancaster), crown rents reserved from; lxxx. 50.
Bullion, &c., lxxx. 105; lxxxiv. 16; lxxxv. 66.
Bulteel, Mr., M.P., dwelling in Devonshire; lxxxix. 144.
Bunbury, Lady, petition on behalf of her husband; xciii. 26.
Burchall, Edward, highway robber, reward for apprehension of; xcviii. 47.
Burchell, Mr. (should be Burchett); lxxxv. 143.
Burchett, Mr.; lxxxv. 50, 143, 152, 158; lxxxvi. 87, 104; lxxxvii. 75; xc. 45; xcvi. 101; xcvii. 40; xcviii. 105; xcix. 94; ci. 50.
-, J. (Admiralty); lxxxii. 79; lxxxiv. 2; xciii. 17.
-, Josiah, Esq., secretary to the Lord High Admiral, as to fees, &c.; lxxx. 48.
Burdett, Mr. Francis, landwaiter; lxxxiv. 21.
Bureau, Thomas, an order and tally fraudulently transferred; xci. 92.
Burgess, Mr., his meeting-house in Russel Court convenient for a chapel of ease; xciv. 106.
Burgesse, Mr. Daniel, solicitor for prizes; xcvi. 55.
Burgh, Tho., Engineer General; c. 46.
-, W., Accomptant General [for Ireland]; lxxxii. 82; lxxxiii. 55; cii. 56.
-, -, -, revenue in Ireland; lxxxviii. 64.; xcv. 64; xcvi. 108.
Burghill, Francis, Esq., late servant to Kings Charles II. and James II., able to discover an estate of inheritance; lxxxv. 17.
Burleigh Bailiwick in New Forest, windfalls in; xcii. 54.
Burley Walk, windfall timber for naval service; xciv. 4.
Burlington, Lord; lxxxvii. 124.
Burmingham, Michael, a poor barber in Finch Lane, a merchant's security, petition; lxxxv. 26.
Burnaby, Mr., secretary to the Prize Commissioners, as to ability of, &c.; xc. 103.
-, H., prizes taken by H.M. ships; xcv. 63.
-, William, Esq., agent for prizes with the fleet for the West Indies, clerk for; xciv. 47.
-, -, -, advance of salary recalled; xcvi. 65.
-, -, sub-commissioner for prizes at Hull, another post recommended for; xciii. 130.
-, -, -, length of time paid, &c.; xcviii. 72.
Burridge, Robert, Esq., receiver general of part of the co. of Devon, allowances craved by; lxxxix. 69.
Burrow, Thomas, and others, currants chargeable with duty; xciv. 16.
Burslem, William, Esq., receiver general of taxes for the co. of Stafford, petitions; xciii. 61, 69.
Burstall, parish of, an estate in; xcix. 98.
Burton, Lady, as to apprehension of; civ. 46.
-, Mr. Bartholomew, clerk in the tellers' office; lxxxiii. 57.
-, Lanc., or Mr. Lancelot; lxxxvi. 99; xc. 99.
Burton, Samuel, or Mr., receiver of the revenues of the hospital of the Savoy; lxxxiii. 52; xcv. 44.
Burwash, John, &c., owlers in the late war; lxxxiv. 10.
Bury, in Suffolk; lxxxvi. 92.
Bush, Capt. James, ship driven on shore at Sandwich bay; lxxxiv. 52, 64.
Bushy, or Bushey Park, windfalls or timber from; xc. 85; xci. 18; xcvi. 105.
Butcher's meat, the purveyor of, at London and Kensington; xcvi. 86.
Bute, Isle of, a ship seized at, with French brandy, &c., ciii. 96.
Butler, Capt.; lxxxiii. 90.
-, Major, as to commission of; xcviii. 5.
-, Mr., payment on off-reckonings to; lxxxvii. 70.
-, John, lands in Ireland purchased of, by her Majesty; cii. 14.
-, Robert, deputy remembrancer, a rectory in arrears; lxxxvi. 108.
Butlerage of Ireland, estimates of the income of the; ci. 40.
Butt, standard for the; lxxxvii. 148.
Butterwick, Mr. Mark, a midshipman of the ship Expedition, petition; xcix. 89.
-, Mr. Matthew, an allowance to; ci. 86.
-, -, claim for saving certain Queen's money; cii. 51.
Butterworth, Alexander, Esq., claims of, to an estate; ci. 100.
Buttolph wharf, prize warehouses at, certain wine in; xciii. 27.
Butts, J., as to payment of his services as consul; xcvi. 2.
Buys, Mr., pensionary of the Burgomaster; lxxxi. 21.
-, -, petition for extraordinaries due to troops of Saxe Gotha; xcvii. 35.
Byrd, Mr., balance from executors of, not answered into the Exchequer; xcvii. 75.
-, late Col., as to account of; xcix. 74.
Byerley, or Byerly, Mr., complaints, &c. against; xcix. 47; cii. 125; ciii. 72, 100.
-, -, as to restoration of, to [collectorship of New York], &c.; ci. 77.
-, R.; xciii. 95.
-, Thomas, Esq., or Mr., collector and receiver general of the province of New York; lxxxvii. 69, 153.
-, -, -, seizures made by; xc. 42; xcv. 10; xcvii. 73; xcix. 17.
-, -, -, malpractices of; xciv. 111.
-, -, -, state of revenue in time of; xcv. 98.
-, -, -, papers relating to the affairs of; cii. 39 (p. 513); ciii. 47.
-, -, -, his difficulties and hindrances; ciii. 93.
Byng, Sir George; ci. 50; cii. 87.
Bynns, Col., arrears of pension of; lxxx. 1.
-, Mrs. Anne; lxxx. 1.
-, Mr. Richard, a poor clergyman; lxxx. 1.
Byrch, Edward, Esq., governor of the Bahama Islands; lxxxii. 23.
Byrche, Anne, wife of Edward Byrche, serjeant-at-law, executrix of Dame Fisher, arrears of annuity; lxxxv. 67.
Bythell, Mr. Francis, pension for mother of; lxxxiv. 128.
-, -, deputy auditor of the vouchers; lxxxvi. 55.
-, H., deputy to Mr. Bridges; xci. 4.
Byrehall; ciii. 74.