C., Sir Robert. See Cotton.
Cabinet Council, her Majesty and the, disbursements in attending on; xciv. 58.
Cadiz, expedition to, officers serving in, &c.; lxxxv. 58; lxxxix. 38.
-, -, officers, &c. of artillery train serving in, petition; xc. 128.
-, -, physician general to the land forces in; xcviii. 100.
-, prisoners carried into; xciii. 129; xciv. 13.
-, trade, the, and exportation of copper money; ciii. 88.
Cadogan, Brigadier; ci. 76.
-, -, a former captain of regiment of; xciv. 21.
Caerwedros, manor of, Cardiganshire; lxxxi. 80.
Cæsar, Mrs. Alice, afterwards wife of Mr. Higgons, claims of; xcvii. 85.
-, Augustine, late of Rochester, Doctor of Physic, petition of daughters of; ciii. 36.
Cæsar's Chapel in the White Tower, reports, &c. as to records in; lxxxix. 147; xc. 64; xci. 117; xcii. 82; xcv. 81.
Cage, Mr., an attorney, agent for Lord Capel; lxxxi 88.
Cairns, John, recognizance for prosecution of, for robbery; xcvi. 61.
Calais; lxxxv. 76; lxxxvii. 124.
-, lieutenant of, and a person employed on secret service at, &c.; xciv. 73.
Caldevert, Jam., and others, captains or lieutenants, in a descent on Languedoc, petition; xcvii. 14.
Caldwell, Elizabeth, memorial for a pension; lxxxvii. 5.
Cale, Gilbert, of city of Bristol, gent.; cxxxiv. 40.
Callcutt, Mr. John, late surveyor of customs for Liverpool; lxxxiv. 107.
Calmpthout, camp at, dated; lxxxvi. 116.
Calrue, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Calvert, Mr., married Lady Charlotte, daughter of Lord Baltimore, interest in lieutenancy of Woodstock park; xciii. 37.
Cambolive, Etienne, or Stephen, a French alien, who died intestate and without heirs, estate of; xciv. 25; xcv. 36.
Cambridge; xcvi. 12.
-, establishment of a post from, to Boston on the Humber; lxxxv. 68.
-, wine licences; c. 22.
-, co. of, receiver general of; lxxxviii. 15; xci. 63; xcvi. 63.
-, -, -, a security for; xc. 123.
-, -, frauds of Excise officers in; ci. 51.
-, -, practices of the maltsters in; ciii. 65.
-, University of, privileges of, in granting licences; c. 22.
Cammaret Bay, a company of a regiment taken prisoners at; lxxxv. 19.
Canada; xciii. 123.
-, French in, money laid out in a war against; xc. 10.
-, -, infestings of; xci. 48.
-, province of, lords proprietors of the; xciv. 71.
-, river; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Canaries, or Canary Islands, the, xci. 122.
-, a certain trade from; xci. 100.
Canestigione, state of the forts at; lxxxv. 43.
Cantensac and Graaf, instruments in bringing over Duke Rodolf August, gratification to; lxxx. 72.
Canterbury, the “bishop” of; lxxxvi. 124.
-, H.M. ship, late commander of; xciii. 124.
Cantwell, Sarah, widow of Walter, late provost marshal, petition; lxxxix. 60.
Capel, Lord, chief steward of the manor of Richmond; lxxxi. 88.
Capell, Sir Henry, trustee for Duke of Schonburg's annuity; lxxx. 20.
Capitation, the, 1697, brief state of; lxxxv. 161.
Captives, redemption of; lxxxiv. 23.
Carbonnill, Mr., account of, for discounting; xcii. 101.
Carbury, John, Earl of, fees as steward of manor of Mallaine Talley, &c.; lxxxiii. 100.
Cardonnell (spelt different ways), Mr.; lxxxiv. 66; lxxxv. 86; lxxxvii. 138; xcix. 44.
-, Mr. A. or Ad.; lxxxiv. 11, 17, 65, 71; lxxxv. 108; lxxxvi. 16, 31, 45, 90, 103, 116, 138; lxxxvii. 1, 14, 26, 36, 47, 57, 152; xciii. 8; xcv. 68; c. 43.
-, James, petition for patent to resign the place of “court post;” xci. 93.
Cardy, John, clothier; xcv. 96.
Carey, or Cary, Capt. or Mr., as to petition of, for a grant of the pirates' gold to Massachusetts Bay; xciv. 63; xcvii. 10.
-, Mr., M.P., dwelling in Devonshire; lxxxix. 144.
-, Nathaniel, merchant, petition on behalf of Massachusetts Bay; xciii. 90.
Caribbee, or Charibbee, Islands; lxxix. 83.
-, -, 4½ per cent. duty in, a perpetuity out of; lxxix. 83.
-, -, -, produce of; lxxx. 98.
-, -, state of receiver's account of H.M. revenue in; lxxxv. 22; xciii. 35.
-, -, Leeward, Governor-in-Chief of; lxxxv. 62.
-, -, See also Leeward Islands.
Carkesse, Charles, Customs' officer in port of London, petition; lxxxvi. 22.
Carleton, Alexander, debt owing to his wife, &c.; civ. 58.
Carlisle; c. 93; ci. 14.
-, bishopric of, restitution of temporalities; lxxx. 84.
-, late collector of Customs at; ci. 14.
-, lieut.-governor, and one of the burgesses in Parliament for; xcvi. 75.
-, port of, a late officer in, murdered; xcii. 65.
-, Earl of, an estate in hands of; lxxxvii. 123.
-, James, a Scotchman, bringing contraband goods, murder by; xcii. 65.
Carmarthen; lxxx. 123.
-, Marquis of, marine regiment commanded by; c. 6.
-, -, Peregrine, petitions; lxxix. 118; lxxxi. 48.
Carmichael, Mr. William, her Majesty's solicitor in Scotland, memorial; civ. 48.
Carnarvon, profits of original seal, &c.; lxxx. 36.
-, castle, condition of; ciii. 105.
-, the co. of, controller of the fines for; xci. 70.
-, -, receiver general of divers taxes in; xcv. 118.
Carolina; lxxxi. 64.
-, state of receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.
-, certain rice shipped at; xcii. 62.
-, naval stores from; ci. 2.
Carpenter, Col., memorial as to respits; xc. 50.
Carr, Mr. Samuel, Queen's stationer; lxxx. 117.
Carrickfergus, Lough of; xci. 71 (p. 285).
Carron, one, a Scotchman come with the French King's letter to St. Paul; lxxxix. 102.
Carter, alias Brown, alias Willams, counterfeiting malt tickets, reward for apprehension of; xcii. 8; xcvi. 50.
-, Elizabeth, of St. James's, Westminster, minster, affidavit; ci. 89.
-, John, petition for debt and employment in the Customs; lxxxvii. 60.
-, -, executor to his father-in-law, Capt. Lanyan, for a debt, &c.; xc. 13; xciii. 39.
-, Lane, in St. Olave's, Southwark, leases of messuages in; xcvii. 21.
Carteret, Sir George de, Knt. and Bart., Lieut.-Governor of Jersey, manor mortgaged to; lxxix. 108.
-, -, and Lady, discovery of an estate claimed by descendants of; xci. 5.
-, Lady, proceeding against, as to her title to a manor; lxxxvii. 139; lxxxviii. 40.
Carthagena; xciv. 2, 108.
-, council of war held at, report; cii. 24.
-, ship seized during negotiations with governor, &c. at, not prize; cii. 24.
Carthy, Daniel, alias McCarthymore, Dame Sarah, relict of, claim by; xcvi. 120.
Cartwright, Capt.; xcvii. 12.
-, -, chosen to reside at Antwerp; xcix. 126.
-, Henry, Capt., Esq., or Mr.; xcii. 18; xciii. 60, 91; xciv. 51; xcviii. 24, 25, 33; xcix. 25, 28.
-, -, memorials for subsistence or payment of regiments, levy money, &c.; xcviii. 59, 68, 81, 84, 117; xcix. 22, 41, 50, 62.
-, -, secretary to the controllers of the accounts of the army, petition as to an appointment; xcv. 33.
Cary. See Carey.
Case, Mary, widow of a surgeon in H.M.'s yard at Deptford; lxxxi. 87.
Caseres, Francis de, proposes to remit money; lxxix. 39.
“Cast rollers” only lent to the moneyers; ci. 91.
Castile; cii. 112.
Castle, Mr., house of, next Scotland Yard; lxxxvii. 92.
-, -, at Barcelona, stores of clothing, &c.; cii. 87.
-, Thomas, gent., commissary for the forces in Spain, instructions for; xcvi. 85.
Castle Lough, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Castleton, Mr., or Nathaniel, controller of the Penny Post Office, articles, complaints, &c. against; lxxx. 63, 68, 111, 119; lxxxiii. 103; lxxxv. 159; lxxxvi. 40; lxxxix. 74.
-, -, -, manner of his obtaining the office; lxxx. 33.
Castletown, near Limerick, defence of castle of; lxxxi. 81.
Casual receiver and prize officer, H.M.; xcii. 76.
-, revenue of Greenwax; xc. 119.
Catalan, battalion, the; ciii. 111.
Catalonia; xcvii. 109, 110; xcviii. 5, 53; xcix. 34; c. 21.
-, no powder to be had in; xcvi. 28.
-, the success in, description of; xcvi. 51.
-, establishment, forage and wagon money allowed on; c. 56.
-, account of distribution of the money for the men in; c. 76.
-, bill drawn for the service of; ci. 36.
-, vice-king and captain-general of; ci. 58.
-, estimate of wheat and barley for the forces in; ciii. 98.
Cateract in Yorkshire, estate of; lxxxi. 100.
Catholic Majesty, his, 150,000l. subsidy paid to; cii. 112.
-, -, money advanced for; civ. 25.
Caulfield, Col., regiment of, shipped from Ireland; xcviii. 20.
-, Lieut.-Col. John, petition for power to give credit to certain officers; lxxx. 141.
-, Col. Toby, regiment of, draughts to complete; xcviii. 5.
Cauls for periwigs, tax on, proposed, civ. 59.
Causes, prosecutions, &c. at Her Majesty's charge; lxxxiv. 41.
Causton, Philip, and Hannah, his wife, petition; lxxxi. 67.
“Cautioners,” Scotch laws favourable to; lxxxiv. 101.
Cavan, co. of, late collector of revenue in; xciv. 77.
Cavers; ci. 104.
Ceremonies. See Master of the Ceremonies.
Ceres or Venus, a statue, price of; lxxxvi. 76.
“Cess,” the, memorial as to the quarterly payment of; civ. 55.
Cevennes, the [French protestants], expenditure, &c., on account of; civ. 8.
Chaban, Mr. Vincent, to muster the forces going on an expedition; xcix. 10.
Chaddenwick, farm called, near the town of Meer; xciii. 68.
Chamber. See Messengers.
-, treasurer of the; lxxix. 43; c. 66; ciii. 50.
-, -, bills payable by; lxxxv. 23.
-, -, memorials for allowance, wages, &c.; lxxxvi. 110; xci. 23; xcii. 108.
-, -, Deputy Controller of; xciv. 113.
-, -, office of, particulars of, and memorials for expenditure, wages, &c.; lxxxiii. 50; lxxxv. 14; lxxxviii. 51, 71; xciv. 9; xcviii. 114.
-, -, -, establishment of, allowances on; xcvii. 114.
Chamberlain, the, payment to the widow of, lxxxi. 61.
-, the Lord; lxxxvi. 31; lxxxviii. 71; xc. 12; xciii. 97; xcix. 43.
-, -, sums due to; lxxix. 8.
-, -, offices under the, lxxxi. 54.
-, -, customary and extraordinary allowances of; xciii. 24; xciv. 26.
-, -, repair of locks of the privy lodgings; xcix. 127.
-, -, Great, brother of; xciii. 37.
Chamberlains, the Deputy, allowance to, for joining tallies; lxxxi. 63; xcvii. 56.
Chamberlaine, John, nephew of T. Browne, for transfer of office of latter to; lxxxvi. 89.
Chamberlayne, John, keeper of the papers to the late King; lxxxiv. 126.
-, -, secretary to the Governors of the Queen's Bounty, for salary, &c.; xcv. 100.
-, -, Mr., of Westminster; xcvii. 10.
Chambers, Mr., attending on behalf of Mr. Wells; xcvii. 71.
-, Thomas, proposal as to the copper coinage; ciii. 88.
Chamblett, Richard, Phillis the wife of, assaulted and locked up, on pretence of being mad; xcvii. 26.
Champante, John; lxxxv. 139.
-, -, Esq., supplied money for subsistence of forces in New York; lxxix. 18; lxxx. 104; lxxxviii. 55.
Chancery, depositions, &c., in, calendared; xcv. 81.
-, Lane, an estate in, belonging to the see of Chichester; xc. 8.
-, Masters in, salaries of; lxxix. 59.
-, -, -, petition for increase of; xciv. 5.
Chapel, an Ambassador's, necessaries for; lxxxvii. 37.
-, H.M., or Royal, gentlemen of; xciv. 26; xcviii. 30.
-, -, -, petition for arrears; xciii. 110.
-, -, -, money instead of deer yearly to; lxxxi. 49.
Chapels, H.M., or Royal, at Whitehall and St. James's, allowances to officers of, &c.; lxxxvii. 20; lxxxviii. 75.
Chaplain to his late Majesty, petition for lodging of; xciv. 136.
Charibbee Islands. See Caribbee.
Charity Roll, lists of those in the, &c.; civ. 17.
Charlemont, Earl of, or Lord Viscount; xciv. 51; cii. 130.
-, -, (or Charlemont's), regiment of, at Kinsale; lxxxvii. 78.
-, -, -, account of the missing in; lxxxvii. 154.
-, -, -, pay, and debt of; lxxxviii. 17, 80; xci. 47.
-, -, -, a lieutenant of grenadiers in; c. 21.
Charles, King, an advice boat in the interest of, cost of keeping up, &c.; c. 14.
-, -, officers and soldiers come over to, character of, &c.; ci. 12.
-, King, the Second; lxxxvi. 62; xcvii. 117; ci. 41.
-, -, -, assistance rendered to, in his escape; lxxxvi. 74; xcix. 21.
-, -, -, extracts from ministers' accounts of 24th year of; lxxxviii. 37.
-, -, -, the office of Collector of Customs in London, to whom granted by; xc. 92.
-, -, -, pensions, &c., granted by; xcvi. 15; xcvii. 107, 108; xcviii. 58, 26; xcix. 76.
-, -, -, gardener to; xcix. 28.
-, -, -, fees, &c., established in reign of; xcix. 123.
-, -, the Third; xcvii. 109; xcix. 103.
-, -, -, Spanish towns which have submitted to; xcvi. 51.
-, -, -, receipts and payments on account of; c. 71, 83.
-, -, -, of Portugal, plenipotentiary of; c. 49.
-, -, -, of Spain; xc. 100.
Charleton, John, Esq., Master of the Jewel Office; xcvii. 95.
Charnells, Thomas, Esq., late sheriff of Leicester, payment for apprehension of highway robbers; lxxxvi. 67.
Charnock, Mr., or Thomas, one of the society of the sergeants-at-arms, petitions; xciii. 111; civ. 51.
Charter House, the, a pensioner in; xcviii. 13.
Chartres, Mr., judgment obtained by; lxxxix. 67.
Chartreuse at Liege, governor of; lxxxvii. 2.
Chatham, chest at, allowance for wounded from; xcvi. 27.
-, -, pensioner to; lxxxiii. 90.
-, dock, or dockyard, timber at, petition as to a tally; xciii. 46.
-, -, claim to certain land within; xciii. 120; xcvii. 85.
-, -, -, payment in satisfaction of, interest on, &c.; ci. 98; cii. 105; ciii. 36.
-, embezzlement of stores at; lxxix. 20.
-, Smack, the, a man imprest and carried on board; xcvii. 40.
Checque, Clerk of the; lxxxv. 134.
Chelsea, or Chelsey, College (Royal), gentlemen out-pensioners of, allowances; lxxx. 76.
-, -, pension in; xci. 104.
-, -, stone for building; ci. 83; ciii. 7.
-, Hospital; lxxx. 69.
-, -, accounts, demands upon; xcix. 99.
-, -, chaplaincies of, as to; xcviii. 56.
-, -, Commissioners of; xciv. 1; xcviii. 56; cii. 90, 135.
-, -, Governor, &c. of, memorial as to vacancies; lxxxix. 82.
-, -, invalids at, list, &c.; lxxxviii. 79.
-, -, out-pensioners of, money due to, xc. 70.
-, -, -, -, how satisfied in the late reign; xci. 26.
-, -, -, tallies for reversions of annuities to, memorial; xc. 115.
-, -, -, gentlemen, debts contracted by; lxxxvii. 35.
-, -, pensioners of, arrears; xciv. 137.
-, -, -, dead, money due to, to be satisfied, and to whom paid; xcv. 54, 92.
-, -, second major of; cii. 42.
-, -, -, appointment of; ciii. 24.
-, -, steward of, late; cii. 90, 135.
-, -, -, office done away with; cii. 42.
Chepstead, mortgage of certain lands in; lxxxix. 54.
Chester; lxxx. 64; lxxxi. 82; lxxxiii. 37, 41; lxxxvi. 23; lxxxviii. 89; xci. 73; cii. 123.
-, Bishop of, Nicholas, rent for the King's preachers, petition; lxxx. 21.
-, collector of, place of; lxxix. 48.
-, co. of (or Cheshire); lxxix. 13; lxxxiii. 34; xcvii. 107; xcviii. 26.
-, -, Controller of fines for; xci. 70.
-, -, land revenue in, arrears of, complaints as to levying, &c.; lxxxvii. 43.
-, -, receiver general of two aids for; cii. 124.
-, -, rock salt pit in; lxxx. 113; lxxxvii. 142.
-, -, salt works in, proprietor of one of the; xcvi. 104.
-, -, and North Wales, late receiver of, confinement of; lxxxiv. 62.
-, -, -, receiver general of, one of the securities of; xciii. 26.
-, cross road to (post office); lxxix. 26; lxxxii. 30.
-, earldom of, “mize” paid on change of owner; lxxxii. 62.
-, invalids at. See Invalids.
-, mint, hammered money imported into; lxxxi. 40.
-, port of, customer of; lxxxvi. 77.
Chetwynd, Mr., deputy to the late Auditor of Wales, moneys received by; lxxxv. 99.
-, -, envoy at Turin, ciii. 101.
“Chevins,” Mr.; lxxxvi. 51.
Cheyne, W.; lxxxix. 80.
-, William, Lord Viscount, Clerk of the Pipe, petition; c. 63.
Chichester, John, Bishop of, and Sarah, his wife, case of, and petition for respite of payment of first fruits; xc. 8.
-, House, late trustees at, debtors to the public; xcvi. 45.
Chiffinch, Mr., a grant to; xcix. 76.
Child, late joint receiver general of Surrey, accounts; ciii. 103.
-, John, Esq., receiver general of aids for co. of Wilts, petition; xciii. 82; ci. 81.
Chilworth powder mills, Order in Council relating to; lxxxvii. 127.
China, gold, or silver, exported to; lxxx. 105 (p. 39); lxxxix. 2a.
Chirurgeons, sums allowed to the, for sick and wounded; xcv. 28.
Chiselhurst; lxxxviii. 83.
Chisleton, parish of, in co. of Chester, and in co. of city of Chester; lxxxviii. 89.
Chiswell, Richard, of London, merchant; ci. 23.
-, -, citizen and stationer of London, custody of his idiot son; ci. 23.
-, Royston, an idiot; ci. 23.
Chubb, Henry, petitions; lxxxvii. 12; xcv. 76.
Chudleigh, Hugh, Esq., one of the commissioners for executing the office of Master of the Horse; lxxx. 100.
Church, Richard, publican at Deal; lxxxiii. 93.
Churches, as to grants from forests for rebuilding; lxxxviii. 34.
Churchill, Mr.; xcix. 71.
-, Awnsham, citizen and stationer of London, and Rymer's Fœdera; xcii. 45; xciv. 115; ciii. 48.
-, Lieut.-General; lxxxii. 24; lxxxiv. 147.
-, General; civ. 57.
-, Geo.; lxxxv. 149.
-, Wm., employed in the Sick and Wounded Office; ciii. 58.
Churdon, Wm., late an officer in the port of Carlisle, barbarously murdered, widow and children of; xcii. 65.
Cienfugos, Father Albaro, of the Company of Jesus, Plenipotentiary of King Charles III. of Portugal, c. 49.
Cinque Ports, Judge of the Admiralty of; lxxx. 142.
Circuit allowance, as to; xcii. 41.
Civil expense, remainder due to clear the debt on; lxxxiii. 3.
-, government, the; lxxix. 12.
-, -, funds appropriated for, and expense to; lxxxi. 15.
-, list, Act of the, her Majesty not restrained by, to grant copyholds by copy of court roll; xcv. 120.
-, -, an expense not to be continued on; lxxxv. 92.
-, -, funds; lxxix. 11.
-, -, money in the Exchequer; lxxix. 70.
-, -, -, payments out of; lxxxv. 13; xcv. 30.
-, -, revenues for one year; xcvii. 112.
-, -, -, of his late Majesty, payments to foreign ministers and pensions out of; lxxxv. 32.
-, lists, sums due to clear; lxxxviii. 77.
-, wars, a pension for services in the; lxxxvii. 38.
Civita Vecchia; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).
Clancarty, Callaghan, late Earl of, a page to, and estate of, &c.; cii. 52.
Clanrickard or Clanricarde, Earl of, debt to be charged on estate of; xci. 118.
-, -, Rickard; xci. 105, 136.
-, -, William, late, debt on estate of; xci. 105, 112, 136.
Clare, Robert, printer, who had discovered the printer of a libel, case of; xci. 49.
-, -, payment to; xci. 78.
Clarendon, Earl of; lxxxix. 121.
-, -, for part of his pension; xc. 27.
Clark, or Clarke, debt from; xci. 30.
-, Capt., fish at Plymouth bought by; lxxxvi. 27.
-, Francis, a Queen's messenger in ordinary, to fetch a prisoner; xc. 72.
-, Geo. [Admiralty]; lxxxvii. 22, 145; lxxxix. 96; xci. 21; xcii. 47.
-, Capt. James, wine sold to; xcviii. 11.
-, John, late chamberkeeper to the pages of the bedchamber, &c., memorial; c. 65.
-, William, employed in looking after the fences of St. James's Park, petition; xci. 145.
Clayton, Mr.; lxxxvi, 52; xciii. 33.
-, Mr. William; lxxxvi, 32; xc. 81.
-, -, allowance to; xciii. 64.
-, -, or Mr., employed in preparing interest accounts, allowances to; xcv. 23; cii. 21.
-, -, of Liverpool, petition as to certain old buildings called the Liverpool Castle; ci. 41.
Cleesly, James, London merchant, petition as to certain prize wines; xcvi. 4.
Clerk, Mr. John, yeoman, of Pennicock, Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; civ. 50.
-, Sir Talbot, and partners, proposal as to the copper coinage; ciii. 88.
Clerke, Eliz. (afterwards Graswick); lxxxviii. 83.
-, Henry, lands bequeathed to, &c.; lxxxviii. 83.
-, Major, debt to the Crown for hearth money, &c.; lxxxviii. 83.
Cleveland, Duchess of, reversion given to; lxxxi. 69.
-, -, for arrears of her annuity; xc. 54; xcv. 14.
Cleuland, William, Commander of H.M.S. “Montague,” silk confiscated; xciii. 20.
Clewer, manor of; xcix. 45.
Clies, Francis, petition to be allowed to compound for tobacco duties; c. 17.
Cliff bailiwick in forest of Rockingham, office of master, &c. of; lxxxiv. 87.
Clifford, Elizabeth, relict of Charles, late brewer in Southwark, indebted to the Excise; xc. 77.
-, Jeronimo, a prisoner within the rules of the Fleet prison, case of; xciv. 42.
-, and Co., remittances to; xcv. 37.
-, Messrs. George and Isaac and Co., relief to prisoners of war; cii. 10.
Clifton, John, and the advancement of the Stamp Office; xcv. 42.
Clippers and coiners, payments for prosecution of; lxxxv. 9.
Clitherow, Christopher, Esq., for lease of prizage of wine; c. 18.
Clopton, William, Esq., holding Lyston manor of the crown; xciv. 60.
Closet keeper, the; xciv. 62.
Clothiers of H.M. forces. See Army, clothiers of.
Clothiers, the; xcv. 114; ciii. 33.
Clothing for certain regiments, why not examined; xci. 38.
-, for the army; xcii. 48.
-, contracts, as to certain; civ. 57.
-, money, a dispute as to; xcviii. 46.
Clough, Mr.; xcix. 6.
-, Jarvis, or Jervice, of Nibley, Gloucestershire, gent., murder and murderer of; lxxxv. 114; lxxxvi. 3.
Clyde, the river, smuggling on; cii. 76.
Coach horses, customs on importation of; lxxxvii. 88.
Coal duty; lxxix. 88.
-, -, tallies on the new, brokerage for disposing the; xc. 86.
-, trade between Newcastle and London, petition of the masters of ships using the; lxxxviii. 60.
Coals exported in a foreign-built ship, the duty on; xcvi. 10.
“Coast coquet,” letter concerning the; cii. 43.
-, trade of the kingdom, bonds given upon, a safeguard to the revenue; lxxix. 24.
Coats of arms, money proposed to be raised on general register of; civ. 59.
Coatsworth, Charles, composition for debt; lxxx. 30.
Cobb, Mr. Thomas, late receiver general of taxes for Southampton; lxxxiii. 23; lxxxix. 4.
-, -, deceased, late receiver general of an aid, in Southampton, a security for; lxxxv. 10.
-, -, and Richard, late receivers general of aids for the same, allowances to, recommended; lxxxv. 88.
Coburne, Prisca, widow, a common brewer, fraud in connexion with; xcviii. 74.
Cochineal, &c., embezzlement of; lxxxv. 65.
Cockpit, the; lxxxi. 1; lxxxiv. 45, 51; lxxxvi. 23; xcii. 49; xciii. 97; xciv. 26; xcvi. 64, 95; xcviii. 77; ciii. 17, 113; ciii. 34.
-, garden gate leading to the, keeper of the; lxxx. 138.
-, the secretary's office in the; ci. 4.
Cocks, Richard, Esq., late receiver general of aids, &c. for co. of Gloucester, Elizabeth, relict and executrix of, petition; xciii. 74.
Cocoa nut, duties, &c. on some, how to be charged; xciii. 45.
Codrington, Col.; xc. 97.
-, -, Christopher, account of his expedition; lxxxvii. 28.
-, -, governor of St. Christopher's, grant made by; ciii. 95.
Coeborne, Mrs., a common brewer at Bow; lxxxii. 75.
Coehorn, Mons., slow movements of; lxxxvi. 16.
Coffee, tea, and chocolate, the excise on, when proposed to be changed into an impost; xcvii. 13.
Cofferer, the, or of the household; xc. 100; cii. 106.
-, expenses payable by; lxxxviii. 50.
-, memorials of; lxxxiv. 79; lxxxviii. 26; xci. 33; xciii. 9; xcv. 110; xcvi. 56; xcviii. 4, 40; xcix. 13; ci. 20; cii. 102.
-, memorial on behalf of; xcvi. 90.
-, office of; lxxix. 5, 14; lxxxiii. 65.
-, for wine for the royal family, bills due from; xcii. 73.
Cogan, Sir Andrew, Knt. and Bart., sequestered estates; lxxx. 49.
Coin, actions upon seizure of; lxxxiv. 16.
-, in England and Scotland, state of; lxxxvii. 3.
Coins in the American plantations, settlement of the value of; xc. 79.
-, foreign, bought by order of the Lord Treasurer; xcviii. 118.
Coinage, losses by the; xci. 5.
-, of halfpence and farthings; lxxxvi. 91, 102.
-, -, commission for, determined; xcviii. 120.
-, -, proposals for, &c.; ciii. 88.
-, in England, the; ci. 68.
-, in Scotland, the; ci. 68; cii. 134.
-, duty; lxxix. 40, 56.
-, duties of tin, receiver of, &c.; lxxxvii. 67.
-, halls, weights, hammers, stamps, &c. for, how to be paid for; xciv. 102.
-, -, tin deposited at the, loan upon; xcviii. 111.
-, towns in Devon, tin coined at the; xcviii. 115; c. 69.
Coiners, prosecution of; lxxxv. 102; lxxxix. 62.
Colby, Mr., memorial; xciii. 77.
-, Thomas, one of the commissioners for transportation; xcvi. 117.
Colchester; xciii. 15.
Coldstream Guards, adjutant of; lxxxvi. 7.
-, -, an ensign in the; xcviii. 17.
-, -, officers of the, memorial; xc. 118.
Cole, Mr., agent for prizes at Cowes, allowance to; xc. 38.
-, Mrs., an idiot daughter of, by a former husband; lxxxix. 131.
-, Lionel, clerk, a perpetual chaplain of the dissolved hospital of the Savoy, petition; xcv. 44.
-, Michael, rice from Carolina; xcii. 62.
-, -, for some gratification for stopping exports; xciv. 46.
-, Mr. Robert, or Mr., H.M. agent and consul at Algiers, sums due to; xc. 11; cii. 88.
-, -, -, circumstances and proceedings of; xci. 85.
-, Mr. Wyndham, the consul's nephew, going to Algiers with her Majesty's present to the Dey; lxxxv. 8.
Coleford, inhabitants of, petition for assistance; xc. 82.
Coleing, Richard; lxxxiv. 42.
Coleman, Mr., agent for his Royal Highness at Boston; xcv. 71.
Colenbine, Brigadier, regiment of; lxxxv. 27.
-, -, -, late, state of pay; lxxxviii. 17.
-, -, sudden death of; xciv. 51.
Colepeper, Col., petition, debts to the Queen; lxxxviii. 83.
Colepepper, Col.; xciii. 15.
Colinge, Charles, late yeoman of the bows and guns to his late Majesty; lxxix. 74.
Colingwood, Margaret, petition; xciv. 54.
Collard, Richard, a moneyer, to be sent to Scotland; cii. 64.
Collectors, the, debts of; xcix. 93.
-, to be established at salaries, without fees; cii. 61.
Collectorships, rule as to persons to be appointed to; xcviii. 70.
Collett, Mons., intendant at Martinique; ciii. 68.
-, Sir James, Knt., account and memorial; ci. 59.
Collingwood, Col., regiment of, clothing of; xc. 111; xcix. 112.
Collins, Mr., messenger for H.M. service “on this side,” pretensions of; lxxxvi. 31.
-, George, messenger attending the D. of Marlbro', for expenses; lxxxix. 124.
Colliquintida, paste prepared with, a protection against worms; xci. 117.
Collison, Mr., prosecuted by the Prize Commissioners; xciii. 52.
Colman, Mr. John, agent for prizes in New England; lxxxviii. 24.
Colonels, &c. under command of Lord Galway, allowance to; xciii. 107.
Colquit, John, late surveyor at the port of Liverpool, frauds by; xcvii. 69.
Colt, John Dutton, Esq., late collector of port of Bristol, petition; lxxxvi. 9.
-, Sir Henry Dutton and others, memorial; xcix. 114.
Coltman, Henry, clerk to the paymaster of the million lottery tickets, memorial of; xcv. 105.
Columbine, Brigadier, late regiment of, off-reckonings; xci. 42.
Comb, the main pipe bringing water from, to Hampton Court House; xciii. 106.
Combes, Thomas, late collector of excise, for stay of prosecution; xciii. 121.
Commander-in-chief, the; xcix. 34.
Commission, a, charges of; xcvi. 48.
-, of inquiry, issue of a; lxxxvi. 86.
-, for settling the rights of several ports, as to issuing a new; lxxxvii. 121.
Common Pleas, Court of, a justice of; lxxxvi. 71; xcii. 41.
-, -, neglect in demanding stamp duties for entries of rules in; lxxxvii. 150.
-, -, Ireland, judges of, petition; ci. 70.
Commons, the House of, England; lxxix. 34, 38, 47, 49; lxxxv. 49; lxxxvii. 58, 91, 102; lxxxviii. 40; lxxxix. 51, 52; xc. 93; xci. 71, 149; xcvi. 8; xcix. 101; cii. 41; ciii. 38; civ. 61.
-, -, allowance to a member for attendance in; lxxxvi. 71.
-, -, and coinage; lxxxv. 141; lxxxvi. 102.
-, -, various members of, certificate; lxxxvii. 40.
-, -, suit at the instance of; xcii. 14.
-, -, papers ordered by; xcii. 36.
-, -, addresses; xciii. 37, 134; cii. 133.
-, -, seven nephews members of the; xcv. 18.
-, -, enlargement of the; cii. 35.
-, -, in Ireland; xci. 71 (p. 285); xciii. 101, 102; xcvi. 11; cii. 98.
-, -, -, details of proceedings in; lxxxvii. 77, 78.
-, -, -, recommendations from; cii. 103; ciii. 22, 80,
Commissioners for Prizes. See Prizes.
Compere, Leonard, Esq., receiver general of H.M. revenue in Jamaica, case of; xcix. 8.
Composition for debt agreed to upon “the first clause in Parl. for compos.;” lxxxvii. 130.
Compositions, Act touching; lxxxv. 61.
Compton, Mrs., whose husband was late paymaster of the malt lottery tickets, counterfeit tickets with; xcvi. 16.
-, Hon. Spencer, Esq., moneys paid by; cii. 141.
Comptrollers, the. See Controllers and Army.
Concordatum and military contingencies, over-payments on; cii. 81.
Coningsby, Earl of, or Lord; lxxix. 79, 93; lxxx. 82, 141; xcii. 67; cii. 89.
-, -, Thomas, joint paymaster of Ireland, fees; lxxxv. 101.
Connaught; cii. 83.
Connecticut, colony of; ci. 32; cii. 39 (p. 513); ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Connell, John, and others, who apprehended highway robbers, reward; lxxx. 71.
Conolly, Mr., reimbursement for charge of a prosecution; xciv. 23.
-, William, of the city of Dublin, Esq., agent in Ireland for pirates' goods, &c., petition; xciii. 85.
Conspiracy to assassinate the late King William, the discovery of; lxxxviii. 3.
Constantine, Stephen, the third Greek youth who escaped from Oxford; lxxxvii. 142.
Constantinople; lxxxiv. 142.
Consul, a, no title to make bills of extraordinaries, &c.; xciv. 88.
Consulate, a, not sufficient benefit from, to pay post letters; xciv. 118.
Contingent money, a gratification out of the; lxxxvii. 112.
-, sum for the 6,000 men; lxxxvii. 85.
-, warrant to be prepared; lxxxvii. 104.
Controller, the, objection in respect to action of; lxxxiv. 18.
-, abstract of; lxxxv. 72.
-, office of; xcii. 42, 48; xcviii. 82; ci. 108.
-, -, irregularities, &c.; xci. 13.
Controllers, the; xc. 5.
-, general, the; xcv. 97. See also Army
“Conventiones, Literæ,” &c., printing of 5th vol. of; ciii. 60.
Conway Castle, condition of; ciii. 105.
-, Eleanor, relict of John, deceased, petition; xcix. 33.
-, Lord; lxxxvii. 77.
Cony, Dr., discharge of, from assessment on salary; xciii. 38.
Conyers, Sir John; xcvi. 63.
-, Thomas; lxxxiv. 55.
-, William, dispersed the Prince of Orange's declaration; lxxxi. 71.
Cook, Ralph, gent., deputy treasurer and under-paymaster of Chelsea Hospital; lxxx. 69.
-, Sir Thomas, imprest to; xcviii. 112.
Cooke, Mr.; lxxxiii. 69.
-, Sir John, Knt., advocate general, visitations of the Savoy; lxxxvi. 49.
Cookham; xcv. 126.
-, H.M. waste lands in, encroachments on; lxxxi. 30.
-, manor of, petition for lease and profits of, &c.; xciv. 117; xcv. 57.
-, proposed equivalent for; xcvii. 93.
Cooper, William, merchant, proposal for copper coinage; ciii. 88.
Coote, Mr., heard on behalf of the Scotch merchants; cii. 99.
-, Col. Richard, regiment of, an officer in; ciii. 22.
Cootehill, linen manufacture desired to be set up at; cii. 29.
Cope, Sir J., or John, financial undertaking in Edinburgh, &c.; cii. 74, 77, 86.
Copeland Isles, a lighthouse proposed for one of the; xci. 71 (p. 285).
Copper coinage, how carried on, and supply of; xciv. 8.
-, -, a pension out of; xcviii. 126.
-, -, proposals for; lxxxv. 141; lxxxvi. 91, 102; ciii. 88.
-, halfpence and farthings, patentees for making, &c.; xciv. 39.
-, -, -, petitions for power to make, in satisfaction of debt; lxxxiv. 122; lxxxvi. 60.
Cor Castle the best situation for a lighthouse; xci. 71 (pp. 283, 284).
Corbet, Mr., collector of Bridgetown, in Barbadoes; xcv. 66, 69.
Cordwent, Richard, clothier, deceased, claims of his relict, Mary; xciv. 144.
Corey, Henry, &c., debts of the gentlemen out-pensioners; lxxxvii. 35.
Coria; civ. 52.
Cork, in Ireland; lxxxiii. 90; xcvi. 77.
-, city of, customer of; xcvii. 87.
-, collector of, who attended embarkations from; xcviii. 19.
-, co. of; xcix. 52.
-, -, a vessel arrested at some place in the, debt by appraisement of; xciii. 85.
-, government of, when formed, situation, strength, &c.; xci. 45.
-, harbour; lxxxvii. 78.
-, -, a key proposed to be made in; ciii. 71.
Corker, Robert, and another, petition for grant of a receiver generalship; xciv. 68.
Corn exported, Act touching the bounty on, a clause for; xcvii. 25.
-, foreign, payments on importation of; lxxxiv. 66.
Cornbury, Lord; lxxx. 74; lxxxii. 46, 77; lxxxiv. 141; lxxxv. 43; lxxxvi. 146; xci. 7, 14, 15, 24, 37; xciii. 80; xciv. 141; xcv. 2, 15; xcvi. 41, 97; xcix. 47; ci. 77; cii. 125.
-, -, governor of New York; lxxxvi. 12; lxxxvii. 153; xc. 42; xciv. 111; ciii. 72, 93, 100.
Corneile, Capt., the engineer; xci. 71 (p. 284).
Cornish, Gregory, superannuated ship's officer, for remission of tax; lxxxix. 89.
-, Mr. Henry; ci. 27.
-, -, Esq., money advanced by; xcvi. 30.
Cornwall; lxxxv. 12; lxxxvi. 2.
-, coast of, frigate to cruize on and protect; lxxxi. 25; lxxxvii. 61, 146; xc. 17.
-, -, -, estimates for fitting out and maintaining; lxxx. 106.
-, -, no vessel able to stir for the privateers on; xc. 51.
-, duchy of; lxxxiii. 31.
-, -, annuity out of; xciii. 18.
-, -, manor in, claim out of; lxxxiv. 30.
-, -, manors, &c., parcel of; lxxxvi. 93; lxxxvii. 12; xcv. 26, 76.
-, -, mines belonging to; lxxxiv. 63.
-, -, offices in; lxxix. 122.
-, -, receiver general of, to pay for the weights, &c. for the Mint; xciv. 102.
-, -, -, petition for grant of office of, and as to the previous holders; xciv. 68.
-, -, revenues of, a charge out of; lxxxviii. 35.
-, -, surveyor of, reasons for appointment of; xc. 22.
-, gentlemen of, who were allowed to have some claret on paying customs, &c.; xcvii. 65; xcviii. 90.
-, merchants of certain towns in, packet boats; xcix. 57.
-, postal arrangements in; lxxxvii. 134.
-, tin made or coined in, abstract or account of; lxxxv. 20; c. 69.
-, -, average price of; lxxxv. 20.
-, -, commissioners for, petition for nomination as one of; lxxxvii. 87.
-, Capt., holding a patent office in Ireland, residence of; xcviii. 5.
-, Earls of, ancient seat of; lxxxix. 98.
Cornuand, Capt., petition; xcviii. 95.
Cornwallis, Thomas, petitions; lxxxv. 12; c. 1.
Coronation, H.M., chair for the Queen and state coach for the ambassadors at, cost of; lxxix. 123.
-, -, cloth, boards, and rails used at, distributed to the poor; lxxx. 18.
-, -, expenses of; lxxix. 95, 100.
-, -, fees; lxxxi. 59.
-, -, land held for services at, xciv. 60.
-, medals; lxxix, 40, 56; lxxxiii. 27.
-, remainder of stated debt of; lxxx. 108.
Coroner and attorney in Court of Queen's Bench, office of; lxxxv. 136.
Correspondence to W. Indies, receipts and expenditure; lxxxvii. 136.
-, cheap, as to; lxxxvii. 134.
“Coshan,” seizure of; lxxxiv. 93.
Coshart, Captain, commanding a French man-of-war, seizure of; lxxxvi. 80.
Costa, John Mendez da, remittance of money; xcvi. 136.
Cottrell, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies; xciii. 97; cii. 17.
Cottington, Lord, aqueduct made on Hounslow Heath by; xcv. 3.
Cotton (Postmaster General); lxxx. 59.
-, Abbotts; xci. 73.
-, -, otherwise Cotton Hooke, in parish of Chisleton, Chester, lease of; lxxxviii. 89.
-, James, of London, merchant, petition; cii. 13.
-, R. or Sir Robert; lxxxii. 30; lxxxv. 168.
-, Sir John, Bart., perpetuity to; xcvi. 102.
-, -, -, representation, estimate, &c. &c.; xcviii. 51, 102; c. 45.
-, House and Gardens, concerning purchase of, for a public library, and plan of; xcviii. 51, 102; c. 45.
-, Library, condition of, removal, &c.; lxxxvii. 126.
-, -, charges for presses for; xci. 66.
-, -, manner of preserving ancient deeds in; xci. 117.
Council, Clerks of the, payment to, for the business of the plantations; lxxxvii. 16.
-, -, Under, warrant for salaries; xciii. 53; xcvii. 67.
-, Committee of; lxxx. 31.
-, Her Majesty in, flag officers aggrieved to apply to; lxxxv. 165.
-, office terminated by order of the; xciv. 134.
-, orders in. See Orders in Council.
-, representation to, as to army clothiers; xcviii. 96.
-, warrants, money remaining due on; lxxxv. 14.
Counsel, the Prince's; lxxxvi. 13, 87.
-, Queen's; lxxxv. 137; xcvi. 42. 3.
Country Dick, an alias of Richd. Lowton; lxxx. 71.
County messengers, complaints against; lxxxvi. 40.
Counties to be paid by Mr. Nicholas, list of; lxxxviii. 83.
Couper, Mr., memorial for appointment of lawyers to write treatises on the law of Scotland; civ. 47.
Coupland, Mr., successor of Mr. Taylor; xcv. 91.
Courcy, Ellen de, only daughter of Lord Kinsale, royal bounty: lxxx. 88.
Court, bakehouse for service of the; xcix. 95.
-, martial held at Barbadoes; lxxxvii. 108.
“-, post,” as to the place of; xci. 93.
-, Roll, copy of, what grants by, are legal; xcv. 120.
Courtenay, Mr. Wm., employed in the service of the allies, expenses of; xc. 23.
Courtney, Mr., Keeper of the Transfer Office, answer to a report; xcii. 59.
Couts, Messrs. James and Hercules, prize agents in Maryland, bills of exchange; c. 53.
Coven, Mr. Stephen, late Collector of Excise for Exeter, robbery of the mail; lxxxviii. 10.
Covent Garden; lxxxi. 50.
Coventry, the, money for subsistence taken in; xciii. 116.
-, city of, Receiver General of; xci. 96.
-, Sir John, purchase from the heir of; xciii. 68.
Cow Cross, a distilling house in, how arranged to evade the law; xcvi. 84.
Cowes; lxxxii. 28, 45, 47, 61.
-, Agent for Prizes at; xc. 38.
-, East and West, warehouses at; lxxxii. 41.
Cox, Mr., Sub-commissioner for a duty in Barbadoes; lxxxvii. 108.
-, -, a Commissioner of Customs, naval officer, and one of the council in Barbadoes; xc. 2.
-, Richard, Esq., Receiver General for the co. of Gloucester, made his payments the first of all the receivers; lxxix. 66.
-, Sir Richard, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, to attend on Her Majesty; lxxxiv. 81.
-, -, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, &c.; cii. 29, 55.
-, -, -, petition for disbursements; xciv. 58.
Coxe, Mr.. joined by the Marquis D'Arzeliers in Switzerland; lxxix. 37.
“Coyne, the,” warrant for, transmitted; cii. 30.
Crackenthorpe, township of, in co. of Westmoreland, collector of the land tax in; xc. 16.
Crampton, one, a groom keeper in the New Forest, dishonest conduct of; xci. 134.
Cranbourne, trees at; ci. 69.
-, Chase, keepers of, arrears to; lxxxi. 65.
Crauford, D[anie]l; lxxxiv. 129.
Crawford, Mr.; xciii. 81.
Crawfurd, Master David, junior, of Drumsoy, appointed Historiographer for Scotland; xci. 139.
Crawley, Richard; lxxxix. 7.
-, -, Esq., receiver of salvage money and other droits of the Admiralty, account of; xcii. 39.
Cremer, Mr.; ciii. 60.
-, -, additional allowance for payment of annuities; xciv. 96.
-, J., arrears due to Her Majesty, concealments, &c.; lxxxiii. 113.
-, Thomas; xciii. 104.
-, -, for arrears of salary; xcviii. 55.
-, -, deceased, executrix of, for like arrears; xcviii. 55.
Cresset, Mr., Envoy at Hanover; lxxx. 72.
Cressett, John, Esq., proposals for licensing pawnbrokers; lxxxiii. 115, 116.
-, -, of the Inner Temple, Esq., proposal to discover an estate; lxxxv. 114; lxxxvi. 3.
Crew, Sir John, Chief Forester in fee and Bailiff of Her Majesty's Forest of Delamere, against grant of a lease; xcviii. 26.
Crichton, Mr., poverty of; lxxxiv. 101.
Criminals. See Prosecution.
Crippinghall, manor of, in Surrey; lxxxi. 30.
Crisp, Mary, late of parish of Lingsted, Kent, spinster, nun at Brussels; lxxx. 8.
-, Thomas, Esq., J.P. in Oxfordshire; lxxx. 79.
Crocker, Isaac, petition for charges of keep of Her Majesty's swans; civ. 53.
Crofts, Philip, gent., petition for an office; xcvii. 87.
Croker, Mr., qualifications of, for the graver's place; xci. 143.
-, John, graver of the Mint; xcviii. 108.
Crommelin (spelt various ways), Mr. or Lewis, who held a patent for the linen manufacture in Ireland; lxxxiii. 104; xc. 28; xcvii. 51; xcviii. 101; xcix. 85; ci. 18, 72; cii. 29, 55, 83.
-, -, and others, payment to, for weaving looms; xc. 73.
Crompton, Robert, Esq., deceased, Paymaster of the malt lottery tickets, cravings of his widow; xcix. 84.
Cromwell, Oliver; lxxx. 114.
-, -, one held prisoner by; lxxxv. 107; lxxxvi. 4.
-, -, sequestration in time of; xci. 128.
-, -, physician to; xciv. 103.
Crookshank, John; cii. 96.
Crosse, Capt., embezzled goods out of the “St. Peter,” prize; lxxix. 69.
-, Mr., proposal for improvement of forests, &c.; xcix. 35.
-, Isle, one of the Copeland Isles; xci. 71 (p. 285).
Crow, Mr., Governor of Barbadoes; xcviii. 88.
-, Christopher, Esq., Agent for Prizes at Leghorn, presentment of; xcv. 94.
-, -, -, extracts from; xcix. 94.
Crowe, Mr., Consul at Livorne, fleet supplied by; cii. 118.
-, Mr. Geo.; ci. 29.
Crown, the, estate concealed from, offer to discover; lxxxv. 17.
-, false suggestion as to a curacy being in the gift of; lxxxvii. 111.
-, fee-farm rents escheated to; xcvii. 93; ci. 19.
-, lands belonging to, exceptions to certain leases of; xcvii. 21.
-, logwood duty an inheritance in; lxxxvi. 105.
-, manor held of, for services at the coronation; xciv. 60.
-, office in Queen's Bench, secondary of; lxxx. 34; lxxxiv. 132.
-, postage of letters for service of the; xcvi. 83.
-, rents in Scotland, exhausted before the union; ciii. 4.
-, revenue from livings in Ireland; ci. 90.
-, reversion belonging to, value of, &c.; xcvii. 70.
-, timber belonging to; xc. 95; xci. 3.
-, work relating to, patent for performing, to whom granted; xcix. 127.
Crowne, John, Esq., petitions for relief; lxxxviii. 42; c. 31.
Crowther, Col.; ciii. 20.
Croythin, manor of, Cardiganshire; lxxxi. 80.
Cudden, Sir Thos., chamberlain of London; lxxxi. 61.
Cuddon, Sir Thomas, Knt., late Receiver General for the sixth year's duty on houses in London, Westminster, and Middlesex, account of; lxxxv. 161.
Culliford, Mr.; lxxxii. 64; xcix. 47.
-, -, a commissioner of customs, a letter reflecting on; xciii. 29.
-, -, inspector general of exports and imports, removal of, to a better station; lxxx. 128.
-, -, to return an account of tobacco landed in Ireland; xci. 140.
-, Robert, gent., agent for prizes at Southampton in late war, petition; lxxxvi. 50.
-, Lieut.-Col. William, the superseding of, advised; xcvii. 110.
Culloden; cii. 92, 119; ciii. 18.
Cumberland, co. of, her Majesty's tenants in, distress of; lxxxvii. 123.
-, late King's poor tenants in, turned out of their farms, money distributed amongst; lxxxii. 11.
Cuming, Archibald, proposed prize agent at Newfoundland; xcvii. 106.
Cunningham, Col., recruits for regiment of; xciii. 50.
Cupper, Mr. Mathias, a house leased from; lxxxvi. 123.
Currants, the new duties on, laid by the Venetian Republic, why deferred; xcvii. 24.
Curry Mallett, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.
Curtis, Richard, of Seaford, services of; lxxxiii. 107; xci. 2.
Custom House; lxxxviii. 2; xc. 51; xcvi. 79; xcviii. 62.
-, -, ambassador's goods stopped at; xcvi. 95.
-, -, jurisdiction of; lxxxi. 97.
-, -, new office to be erected at, exception taken to the title of an officer in; cii. 11.
-, -, officers, assault on; c. 93.
-, -, rents dear near to; lxxxv. 18.
-, -, ships passed at, without being “jerqued;” lxxxiv. 39.
-, -, Dublin; lxxxviii. 31; xciii. 48; xciv. 77; xcvi. 35; xcix. 14; cii. 107, 123.
Customs; lxxxiii. 49, 74.
-, accounts; xcix. 67.
-, -, fees for passing; ci. 106.
-, allowance or annuity formerly payable out of; lxxxvi. 100; lxxxix. 29.
-, cashier-general of the; xc. 74.
-, certain data as to; xcviii. 73.
-, clothing to be sent free of; lxxxv. 162.
-, coast trade, &c.; lxxix. 24.
-, Commissioners of, passim.
-, -, appoint searchers; lxxix. 2, 16.
-, -, oppose the passing of a bill; lxxix. 24, 51.
-, -, examine a candidate for appointment; lxxix. 41.
-, -, oppose the charter for the union of the two East India Companies; lxxix. 63.
-, -, unable to take the management of the prize ships; lxxix. 68.
-, -, omitted taking the oath anew; lxxxi. 55.
-, -, scandalous complaints against two of their board, &c.; xciii. 49.
-, -, power of, to give allowance out of the wine duty; xcix. 53.
-, -, acting beyond their sphere; cii. 43.
-, controller of, accounts for Bristol; lxxxviii. 85.
-, debt to the crown for rent of; lxxxviii. 83.
-, due from the East India Companies; lxxxviii. 6.
-, fees due from the; xc. 74.
-, Inspector-General of exports and imports of the; xci. 121.
-, landwaiter in the, case of; xcii. 117.
-, laws and rules of, collected out of Acts of Parliament; lxxxvi. 22.
-, managers of, illegality of shipping arms in the packet boats; xcvi. 81.
-, (oath ad valorem); lxxxvi. 5.
-, officers to open certain goods; lxxxiv. 116.
-, -, never in possession of the goods for the proprietor; lxxix. 33.
-, -, irregularities; lxxxiv. 39.
-, -, ill-treatment, &c., experienced by; cii. 139.
-, on goods exported, enlargement of the time for drawing back; lxxxiv. 9.
-, overpayments on the; xcvi. 76.
-, receipts and payments, bonds, &c.; ciii. 107.
-, Receiver-General of; lxxxix. 50.
-, -, late bonds from; lxxxiv 135.
-, -, controller upon the issues and payments of, “constitution”; lxxxix. 9.
-, receivers of, memoranda as to; lxxxiii. 72.
-, revenue of, salary, &c., to be paid out of; ciii. 27.
-, secretary to the; lxxxvii. 144.
-, tallies on, fee, &c., for joining; lxxxix. 57; xcvii. 56.
-, tidesman's place in the, application for; xcii. 87.
-, Dublin, Commissioners of; lxxix. 77.
-, in England, Scotch advocates not apprized of the laws regulating; cii. 96.
-, in the northern ports, abuses of; lxxxv. 110.
-, in Scotland or North Britain, as to the; ci. 97; cii. 1; ciii. 26.
-, -, Commissioners of; cii. 61; ciii. 86, 96.
-, -, -, one of the; cii. 76.
-, -, -, proceedings of, &c.; cii. 96, 97, 101.
-, -, -, cash in their hands, as to the brewers, &c.; cii. 100.
-, -, -, reasons for the removal of a collector; cii. 143.
-, -, Controller General of the, recommended; cii. 1.
-, -, law relating to; civ. 47.
-, -, proposals for managing the, &c.; civ. 10, 11.
-, duties in Scotland, computations of; civ. 9.
-, and Excise, Receiver General of, weekly payment of taxes into the Exchequer by; lxxxvi. 15.
-, -, in Scotland, a settlement of; ci. 15.
Cutter, Capt. Vincent, commander of H.M.S. Newcastle; xcix. 94.
Cutting, Mr. Alexander, suit as to the right to a house; ci. 44.
Cutts, Lord; ciii. 61 (p. 548).
-, -, lieut.-general in Ireland, pay of; xcv. 22.
-, -, petition for brigadier's pay vacant by the death of; ciii. 64.
-, -, Right Hon. John, Baron Cutts of Gowran in Ireland, governor of the Isle of Wight, &c., petition; c. 4.