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'Index: D', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 596-601. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79608 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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Dackin, John, late of her Majesty's first troop of guards, petition; xc. 65.

Dacres, Lord (Earl of Sussex), marriage, debts, &c.; lxxxv. 128.

Da Cunha, D. Luis, clothing, &c.; ciii. 92, 99.

Dagnia, Onesiphorus, of Newcastle, glassmaker, petitions, costs of his trial; xc. 112; xciv. 82.

Dale, Samuel, landwaiter of the port of London, surrender of his place; lxxx. 28.

Daley, Baron, came from Ireland to afford information to her Majesty; lxxxv. 119.

Dallow, Richard, porter of the Mint, his house taken from him; xcix. 26.

Dalrymple, Mr. George, assistant to the solicitor of the Excise Office in Scotland, salary, &c.; cii. 132.

Dalton, Richard, gent., exchange of lands between him and the dean and canons of St. George's chapel, Windsor; lxxix. 52.

-, -, -, payment for his fee farm; lxxix. 53.

-, -, petition for debt on an annuity purchased; xci. 144.

Dambon, Mr., a French pensioner in Ireland; xcviii. 48.

Dame Annis à Cleerewell, in Old Street, co. Middlesex, order about; xcvii. 76.

Danby, Earl of; xcix. 127.

Danes, additions to be made to the; lxxxvi. 116.

-, establishment for 12,000; lxxxvi. 127.

-, in danger of being disbanded for want of supplies, &c.; lxxxvii. 26.

Danish colony at St. Thomas's; lxxxviii. 52.

-, officers, charges in bringing over, and pay of; xci. 4.

-, ships, clearing of; lxxix. 87, 91, 96.

-, subsidies, as to; lxxxv. 100.

-, troops, or forces, establishments for; lxxxvi. 45, 114.

-, -, in pay of England, arrears, ill circumstances of, &c.; lxxxvi. 125; lxxxvii. 25, 26, 151, 152.

Dapwell, Mary, late of Bradfield, Wilts, spinster, care of an idiot; lxxxix. 131.

Darby, Mr. Richard, late agent to the Commissioners of Transport at Lisbon; xcvi. 94.

Darcy, Bridget, widow, for pension discontinued; xcviii. 120.

Darking, [Dorking], Surrey; lxxxvi. 106.

Darnelly, Mr., complaints against; lxxxv. 159; lxxxvi. 40.

-, -, accountant of the Post Office, exceptions made by; lxxxvi. 26.

Darrington, Mr., shot by men landed from a French shallop, &c.; xcv. 24.

Dartmoor, pillage by poor people of; lxxxix. 98.

Dartmouth man-of-war, captor of, at Vigo; xci. 57; xcii. 75.

D'Arzeliers. See Arzeliers.

Dashwood, Sir Samuel, Knt., petition; xciv. 64.

Datchet, a bridge to be built at, money ordered for, &c.; xcviii. 16; xcix. 5.

D'Auverquerk, Mons. See Auverquerque.

Davall, Mr. Peter, agent to Major-General la Meloniere's late regiment, arrears; xcii. 64.

Davenant, Dr.; lxxxvii. 3; ci. 2.

-, Inspector General of exports and imports of the Customs, memorial as to his clerks; xci. 121.

David, Mr. John James, merchant, barilla sold to; lxxx. 144.

Davis, John, footman to King William III., for arrears; lxxxix. 88.

Davison, Capt. John, of Great Yarmouth, Esq., &c., for grant of marsh land; xciv. 81.

Davy, Mr. Nicholas, nominated a prize agent; xcii. 95.

-, -, agent for prizes at Falmouth; xciii. 3.

-, -, -, unfit; xcvi. 5.

Dawson, Mr., clerk of the Irish Paper Office, application; c. 20.

-, Mr. J., linen manufacture, warrant, &c.; cii. 18, 29.

Day, Samuel, Esq., for salary as lieutenant-governor of the Bermudas; lxxx. 140.

Deal; lxxxiii. 93; xcv. 29.

-, a deputy commissary for marines at; lxxxix. 24.

-, rights, &c. of the Admiralty at, services in connexion with; xciii. 122.

-, Castle, H.M.S., commander of; lxxxv. 97; xciv. 108.

Dean, forest of, keepers of the, petition for salaries; lxxix. 89; lxxxviii. 23.

-, -, damage done by the storm in; lxxxviii. 7.

-, -, payment out of the wood sales of; lxxxix. 39.

-, -, proceeds from sale of underwood in, how appropriated; xc. 82.

-, -, how to be divided, and the value of the timber per annum; xcvi. 60.

-, -, a contract for wood from, if carried out, at what loss, &c.; xcvi. 89; xcvii. 33, 52.

-, -, enclosure of part of, for six years; xcvii. 6.

-, -, ill-usage of oaks in the; cii. 140.

Dean, or Deane, Mr.; ciii. 105.

-, Mr. George, certificate; xc. 70.

-, Marmaduke, joint controller of Customs in port of Chester, renewal of patent; lxxix. 106.

-, -, controller at the port of Liverpool, frauds by; xcvii. 69.

Debts of the late King; lxxix. 12.

-, and incumbrances unsatisfied in her Majesty's reign, a comparison of, with money paid on those of previous reign; xcii. 28.

Declaration, H.M.'s, payments according to; lxxxv. 164.

-, -, persons not included in; xc. 128.

-, -, as to prizes, flag officers aggrieved by; lxxxv. 165.

-, the, money remaining to be received on; xcvi. 29.

Dee, Richard, &c., debts of the gentlemen outpensioners; lxxxvii. 35.

Deering, Sir Edward, claims of, for naval stores; lxxxviii. 28; see also Dering.

Deficiencies, how provided for; c. 24.

Defoe, libel, “Shortest way with Dissenters;” lxxxiv. 41; see also Fooe.

De Laigle, Capt., petition; xcii. 91.

De Lalo, Col., report on memorial of; xcviii. 2.

Delamere, forest of, in co. of Chester; xcvii. 107; xcviii. 26.

-, -, -, rent of land in; lxxxvi. 23.

-, -, -, chief forester in fee and bailiff of, and as to the office; xcviii. 26.

De la Prade, Mons., a French minister, church set up by; xcvii. 111.

De la Rose, Mr.; cii. 4.

-, William, formerly collector of excise for Hampshire; lxxx. 43; lxxxi. 8; lxxxii. 18.

De Last, Francis, executor of Sir Paul Ricaut, petition; lxxxix. 7.

Delaval (spelt different ways), Capt. G., claims; lxxix. 104.

-, John, apprehended the printer of a libel, allowance to; xcii. 49.

-, Captain Peter, wounded, &c., prays for arrears; lxxix. 73.

-, Robert, for a stamper's place; lxxxix. 1, 44.

-, Sir John, Bart., memorial as to a pier built by him, &c.; xcviii. 67.

Delawar, Lord, his apartment at St. James's converted into a chapel; xci. 74.

Denassan, C., master of the robes; lxxix. 17.

Denbigh, co. of, North Wales, manors in; lxxix. 21.

-, -, under-sheriff of, and lands in, seized; xcii. 99.

-, lordship of, North Wales, office of steward and keeper of the courts leet, &c., in; xcii. 63.

Denham's Buildings in Great Scotland Yard; lxxxvii. 128.

Denia; cii. 112; ciii. 13.

-, siege of, &c.; cii. 87.

-, castle of, governor of; cii. 87.

Denmark House; xxxxiv. 59; xciii. 47.

-, King of, envoy from the; xciv. 78.

-, -, hawks, a present to her Majesty from; xciv. 86.

-, -, subsidies to; lxxxvi. 37; xcviii. 68.

-, Prince George of. See George, Prince of Denmark.

Denneston, Edward, profits of sea beer; lxxxiii. 120.

De Prade, Mons., concerning omission of 3s. a day to; xci. 98.

Deptford; ciii. 61.

-, Yard; lxxxi. 87.

-, -, estimates for building men-of-war at; lxxxv. 34.

-, the, prizes taken by; lxxxix. 61.

-, -, attending Massachusetts Bay, pirates pardoned and put on board; xcvii. 10.

Derbie, John, Receiver General of taxes for the co. of Dorset, petition; xciv. 36.

Derby, Earl of; xciii. 94.

-, -, act of settlement of estates, &c., of his tenants in Isle of Man; xc. 116.

Dering, Sir Edward, knight, his accounts; xci. 75.

-, -, -, long-standing debts due to; xc. 67.

Derry, Lough of; lxxxv. 74.

Deserters and recruits, petition for expenses of securing; lxxxix. 60.

Despieres, Capt., a French pensioner, as to pension of; lxxxvi. 148.

Des Prises, Francis Bauldwin, of Waterford, formerly colonel of horse under Lewis 14th, a Protestant refugee; lxxxvi. 134.

Desromanes, Capt. James, of Col. Elliot's regiment, for an allowance; lxxxix. 136.

Devereux galley, prize wines taken by the; xciv. 3.

De Vie, Lady, memorial concerning part of a pension for; xci. 98.

Devine, Capt. Gerard, memorial for charge of bringing letters; ciii. 43.

Devon, co. of, discoveries in, reward for, suspended till after the hearing; xcv. 102.

-, -, frauds and abuses in, commission of inquiry into, &c., charge of; xcv. 111; xcvi. 48.

-, -, marriage duties in, frauds in returns of; lxxxvi. 52.

-, -, Receiver General of part of; lxxxix. 69.

-, -, receivers of, commission to inquire about; xciv. 18.

-, stannary prison for; lxxxix. 98.

-, three members of parliament dwelling in; lxxxix. 144.

-, tin coined at the coinage towns in; xcviii. 115; c. 69.

Devonshire, Duke of, grant to; lxxxv. 146.

“Devorax,” Walter, petition; xciv. 3.

Dewy, James, Esq.; xcix. 32.

D'heuninguen, Philibert D'heruart, Baron, envoy extraordinary to the Swiss cantons; lxxxii. 88.

Dicconson, William, Esq., land to creditors of, petition; lxxxvii. 113.

Dickenson's forfeited estate, as to; xcix. 115.

-, -, -, in Lancashire, fund for support of the Greek youths at Oxford, settled on; xcv. 11.

Dickenson, George, agent to commissioners for sick and wounded at Plymouth; xcix. 108.

Dieppe, shipments of tobacco to, how far a correspondence with her Majesty's enemies; xcv. 89.

Digby, John, petition for appointment; lxxxiv. 107.

-, -, deputy patent waiter in the port of London; lxxx. 28.

-, -, gent., Receiver or Receiver General of the land revenue in Worcester, Hereford, Salop, and Stafford, case of; lxxxiv. 4.

-, -, -, accounts of; xcii. 9.

-, -, -, petition to succeed; xci. 102.

Dilkes, Admiral; lxxxvii. 78.

Dimock, Col., Mary the widow of, papers relating to; lxxxviii. 75.

Dingley, or Dingly, co. Northampton, lands in, mortgaged, &c.; xcviii. 79, 86.

Diplock, John, mariner, for reward for taking two Frenchmen; c. 29.

Disbanded officers, as to half-pay of; xcix. 1.

-, soldiers, the usual bounty to; xciv. 1.

“Dissenters, shortest way with;” lxxxiv. 41.

Distillery, a, arranged to evade the law; xcvi. 84.

Distributions, scheme of, sent to the Exchequer; lxxx. 80.

Divan and Pasha, a commission signed by the; lxxxiv. 34.

Diving engine, a patent; lxxxix. 111.

Divisions, &c., in arrear, upon the 4th 3s. aid; lxxxv. 161.

Dixon, George, Receiver General of the co. of Somerset and city of Bristol, petition; xcix. 91; ci. 26.

-, Sir Robert, one of the commissioners of Customs of North Britain, frauds; cii. 76.

Dixwell, Sir Basill, auditor of the excise; lxxxii. 5.

-, tender, the, with prize goods from Vigo; lxxxvi. 111.

Dobson, Christopher, petition for employment; xciii. 95.

Dockwra, Wm., of London, merchant, originator of penny post; lxxx. 35, 55; lxxxii. 51.

Dockyards, sale of old stores in the; lxxxvii. 116.

Docminique, or Dominicq, Mr. Paul, merchant, London; lxxxi. 32; lxxxiii. 15.

Doctors' Commons; xcviii. 87.

Dod, or Dodd, Mr.; xciii. 85; xciv. 23.

-, -, derelict wines condemned; c. 19.

-, J., or John; lxxxiv. 47; xciii. 122; xcix. 88.

Dodington, or Doddington, Mr.; lxxxvii. 59; xc. 34, 35; xciii. 46.

-, -, paymaster to late treasurer of the navy; lxxxiv. 149; xcix. 69.

-, George; lxxix. 109; xc. 86; cii. 63.

Dog tavern, the; xcvii. 70.

Dolben, George, Esq., or Sir George, one of the justices of Common Pleas, allowances to; lxxxvi. 71; xcii. 41.

Dollars, rise of price of; lxxxiv. 49.

-, bullion and plate, seizure of; lxxxv. 66; xciii. 98.

“Done, deputy to;” lxxxiv. 103.

-, Mr. Auditor, allowance for marine regiments; lxxxiii. 12.

Donegall, Earl of, or Lord; xcviii. 57.

-, -, regiment of; xcviii. 109; ci. 38.

-, -, -, account of the missing in; lxxxvii. 154.

-, -, -, charge made to, for subsistence; xcii. 18.

-, -, -, company of, taken by the French; xciv. 13.

-, -, -, list of officers who died and were killed in; xciii. 60.

-, -, -, certain officers in; xcv. 9; xcvii. 104; xcix. 2.

-, -, -, pay and debt of; lxxxviii. 17, 59, 80; xci. 47; xciii. 91.

-, -, -, pretensions to command a company in, resigned; xciv. 65.

-, -, -, report as to, in Ireland; xcii. 33.

Donjoy, Simon, late Collector of Excise in Middlesex, &c., suspended, &c.; lxxxiii. 78.

-, -, late Collector of Excise, composition of debt of; lxxxvi. 128.

Dorchester, Lady, or Countess of, grant to, and debt of; xcvi. 6.

-, -, pension and arrears of, &c.; c. 38, 41, 54.

-, -, Queen's letter in favour of, a mistake in; ci. 109.

-, gaol, a prisoner in; xciii. 86.

D'Ore, Sarah, claims on one Wrayford; xcviii. 94.

Dorgeuall, Capt., arrears of pension; lxxxvii. 24.

Dormer, Robert, Esq., M.P., Chancellor of the county palatine of Durham; lxxxix. 44.

Dorritt, Mr., deceased, late Sub-Commissioner of the port of Plymouth; xcviii. 90.

Dorset, co. of, Receiver of, Queen's moiety from the Portland quarries answered to; ci. 83.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for; xciv. 36.

-, -, Receiver of land revenue in; ci. 19.

-, [Earl of] lxxix. 23.

Dort, English merchants at, chaplain to the society of; lxxx. 66.

“Dos Dane,” the, surprise of; lxxxvii. 28.

Douglas (spelt different ways), Archibald, Esq., concealed lands discovered by, and demised to; xciii. 127.

-, -, Col., widow and executrix of, and grants to; xciv. 103.

-, -, of Cavers, her Majesty's Receiver General; ci. 104.

-, Edward, attending Mr. Harley, for allowance; xciv. 24.

-, -, late Deputy Commissary of the Musters to the old marine regiments; xcix. 3.

-, Ralph, frauds in the salt duties, petition; xcix. 72.

-, Sir Robert; lxxxi. 69.

Dover; lxxxi. 94.

-, harbour, Commissioners of; xcviii. 75.

-, -, state of, works proposed, plan, &c.; xcviii. 75.

-, -, repairs of; xcix. 65, 82.

-, -, -, estimate, description, plan, &c.; ci. 37.

-, house furnished at, for ambassadors; lxxiv. 80.

-, pier, repair of, process in connexion with account for; xci. 142.

-, pier head, draught of; xcix. 82.

-, rights, &c. of the Admiralty at, services in connexion with; xciii. 122.

-, surveyor of, to restore money seized; lxxxv. 76.

-, wasting of goods in prizes at; xciv. 48.

Down, John, Esq., and others, petition for the grant of mines, &c.; cii. 50.

Downe, Earl of, a favour for his kinsman; lxxxi. 101.

Downs, the; lxxxii. 28, 61.

Dowse, the widow whose husband was housekeeper to the Office for Sick and Wounded, petition; xcii. 71.

Dowthwait, Mr., arrears owing to; lxxxix. 26.

D'Oyly, Capt. Edmund, commander of the “Deal Castle,” proceedings against; lxxxv. 97.

D'Peyster, Col., transactions at New York; lxxxi. 106.

-, A., Deputy Auditor [at New York] lxxxii. 77.

Dragoons, regiment of, loss in providing accoutrements, &c. for; lxxvii. 80.

-, -, method of raising; xcviii. 49.

-, -, Queen's, officers of, petition; lxxxv. 29.

-, Royal, sent to Holland; lxxxiv. 17.

Drake, Thomas, constable of the parish of Milton Abbott, in the co of Devon, petition as to indictments against; xci. 58.

Driffeild, Edward, and others, a ferry granted to; ci. 47.

Driver, Robert, shipwright of parish of Lambeth, employed to take account of certain timber; lxxxiv. 57.

-, -, -, reward to, for discoveries of timber belonging to the crown; xc. 95.

Drogheda, the Earl of (off-reckonings); lxxix. 58.

Druggerman, a Greek in Oxford appointed; lxxxvii. 142.

Drummond, Mr., advice of, as to tin; xcix. 97.

-, Mr. William, Warden of the Mint in Scotland; cii. 64.

-, Messrs. John & Co., at Amsterdam, tin consigned to; xcii. 109.

Drumsoy, Master Crawfurd of; xci. 139.

Drury Lane division in parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, inhabitants of, petition as to a chapel of ease; xciv. 106.

Dublin, or city of; lxxx. 89; lxxxi. 100; lxxxvii. 16, 39, 78, 79; lxxxviii. 14, 31; xci. 113; xciii. 85, 101, 102, 134; xcvi. 33, 35, 73; xcviii. 46; c. 54; ci. 70; ciii. 51, 52, 55; civ. 60.

-, Archbishop of, public acts of, &c; lxxxvi. 107 (p. 175).

-, barracks building in or near, site, cost, payment for, &c.; lxxxiv. 53; c. 46; ci. 71.

-, Castle; lxxxvi. 148; xcii. 41; xcvii. 52; xcviii. 5; cii. 18, 63, 73, 81, 83, 98, 127; ciii. 44, 64, 66, 71, 74, 80.

-, co. of; xciii. 132.

-, -, value of certain sequestered lands in; ciii. 66.

-, Custom House. See Custom House, Dublin.

-, lighthouse in; xci. 71.

-, ordnance in; xcv. 73.

-, penny post office, erection of; lxxxix. 35.

-, -, to whom granted, &c.; xcviii. 78.

-, post office in, alterations in the establishment of, and duties of officers in; lxxxvii. 114.

-, transport of regiments from; lxxxiv. 150.

Dubois, Anna, an order and tally fraudulently transferred to; xci. 92.

Dubourdieu, Mons., petition for chaplaincy in Chelsea College; xcviii. 56.

Du Cass, Mons., arrival of, at Martinique, &c.; ciii. 68.

Duchy fines; xc. 119.

-, office; lxxx. 50.

Dudley, Col. or Col. J.; lxxxii. 58; xciii. 89; xcvi. 101.

-, -, concerning the pirates' treasure, &c.; xcvii. 10.

-, -, an expedition sent by; cii. 39 (p. 512).

-, -, or John (but? a mistake for Joseph), Governor of New England; lxxxi. 107; lxxxiv. 127; xcviii. 27.

-, -, -, address in praise of; xci. 48.

-, -, -, defence of his management, account of himself, &c.; ciii. 61.

-, Cornet, of Lloyd's dragoons, distinguished himself in D. of Ormonde's expedition; lxxxv. 58.

Duesbury, Capt., taken prisoner whilst going in a flag of truce to St. Domingo; xciv. 2.

Dufty, John, convicted for exporting wool; lxxx. 122; xcii. 60.

Duke Street, Westminster, a dwelling house in, purchased; xcix. 76.

Duling, John, of Rochester, gent., manor sold to; xcvii. 85.

Dumfries; ci. 97; cii. 75.

-, Excise officers at, as to the; cii. 84.

Dummer, E. or Edmund, Mr. or Esq., contractor for the packet boats; lxxxii. 44; lxxxv. 148; lxxxvi. 8, 85; lxxxvii. 34, 45, 149; lxxxix. 8, 47, 64, 81, 94; xci. 25, 46; xcii. 10; xcvi. 74; xcvii. 105; xcix. 29, 57; cii. 91.

-, -, -, proposal of economy in building new packet boats; lxxxvii. 19.

-, -, -, salary of, Order in Council for; xcv. 62.

-, -, -, -, how to be paid, and as to his services; xcvi. 53.

-, -, -, account of voyages made by his sloops; xcvii. 18.

-, -, -, his undertaking beneficial, proposal to extend; cii. 120.

-, -, -, privy seal for discharge of W. India contract; ciii. 67, 106.

-, -, survey, &c., of Dover harbour; xcviii. 75; xcix. 82.

-, -, cost of maintaining an advice boat; c. 14.

-, William; xcix. 124.

Duncannon fort, governor of; cii. 14.

Duncombe, Sir Charles, proposal; cii. 22.

-, Mr. W.; lxxxix. 128.

-, -, joint controller of the army; lxxxvii. 80.

Dundalk, late collector of; xci. 111.

Dundee; cii. 1, 75.

-, excise officers at; cii. 84.

Dungannon, Lord, regiment of, draughts to complete the; xcviii. 5.

-, -, -, shipped from Ireland; xcviii. 20.

-, Viscountess Dowager of, petition; ci. 94.

Dunkirk; lxxxix. 102; cii. 48.

Dunning, Edward, petition for grant of a ferry; ci. 47.

“Dunwich,” H.M.S., commander of; xciii. 128.

Duplin, or Dupplin, Thomas, Viscount of the kingdom of Scotland, assignee of the Earl of Kinoul, perpetuity of 1,000l. a year; lxxix. 83; lxxxii. 35.

Durham, &c., Receiver General of taxes for; lxxxvi. 28.

-, bishopric of, Tanfeild in the; xc. 71.

-, clergy of, pensions to, stoppage of taxes on; xciv. 61.

-, co. palatine of; xcvii. 68.

-, -, chancellor of; lxxxix. 44.

-, -, farm of excise of; lxxxv. 150.

-, Receiver General of taxes for; lxxxvi. 28.

-, salt laden on the coasts of; xcviii. 67.

-, and Newcastle, bishopric of, a collector under the late farmers for the; lxxxix. 78.

-, Mr. Wm., late surveyor of house and marriage duties, &c. in co. of Bedford; xcv. 74.

Durrant, James, for reward for apprehensions; lxxxix. 102.

Dursley, Lord, James, commander of H.M.S. “Litchfield,” for reward for seizure of Capt. Coshart, lxxxvi. 80.

-, -, -, prosecution against; xci. 137.

Dutch, the, quota of, long paid to the foreign troops; lxxxvii. 26.

-, a difference with, not determined; xciv. 42.

-, how to be encouraged to import tin into England; xcv. 88.

-, tin imported by, from India; xcix. 97.

-, at no charge for an artillery train in Spain; cii. 118.

-, ambassador, allowance for mourning; lxxxiv. 142.

-, chapel; lxxix. 32.

-, envoys, the, memorial; xcvii. 35.

-, men-of-war, commanders, &c. of, affronts to Customs' officers; cii. 139.

-, ship, salvage for retaking a; lxxxv. 105.

-, troopers, a demand for quartering; lxxx. 3; xcix. 110.

-, war, the, prisoners in, where secured; xcvii. 117.

-, -, the second; ciii. 104.

-, and Spaniards, illegal trade between the; lxxxviii. 52.

Duval, Pierre, letter in favour of Mr. Boitout; ci. 95.

Dyer's Yard, quantities of iron at the; c. 91.



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