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'Index: E', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 601-605. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79609 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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“Eagle” galley, the, cargo, &c., seized at New York for illegal trading; xc. 42; xcv. 10; xcix. 17, 47.

-, -, owner of; xcv. 10; xcix. 47.

Eaglesfield, Mr. Richard, late collector of customs at Carlisle, a bail for, detained in prison; ci. 14.

Earle, Colonel; lxxxiv. 106.

-, Major-General, regiment of, account of the missing in; lxxxvii. 154.

-, Lieut.-General, regiment of, abstract of pay of; xci. 47.

East Bourne; xciii. 103.

Eastcomb, tenement called, grant of the site of; xcvii. 64.

East Dereham (Norfolk), petition for advowson of rectory, &c., of; lxxxix. 150.

-, India, see India and Indies.

-, Starr prize, condition and cargo of the; lxxxvi. 65.

“Eaton” frigate, bound for India, seizure of money on; lxxxii. 83; lxxxiv. 97.

Ebdon, Edward, land carriage officer, for reward for seizure of bullion; lxxxv. 66; xciii. 98.

Ecclesiastical livings in Ireland, crown revenue from; ci. 90.

Eccleston, Theodore, a lost Exchequer bill; xc. 81.

-, Thomas, Esq., estate of, under forfeiture; xcix. 115.

Eckington, manor of; lxxx. 118.

Edgehill fight, mention of; lxxx. 115.

Edinburgh, or city of; ci. 66, 78; cii. 1, 57, 59, 62, 76, 80, 86, 96, 97, 100; cii. 104, 121, 132, 134, 137; ciii. 4, 35, 37, 54, 56, 91, 94; civ. 48.

-, deputy of postmasters general at; lxxx. 59.

-, mint in, the coinage in; cii. 40.

-, a commissioner of customs at; cii. 61.

-, financial undertaking in, supported by the bank; cii. 74.

-, number of distillers in, &c.; cii. 75.

-, excise troubles in; cii. 84.

-, gold sent down to, expense of carriage, claims of the wagon drivers, charges of the convoy, &c.; cii. 113; civ. 26.

-, justices' determination in relation to brewers in; ciii. 40.

Edlin, Mr., deceased, late deputy to a Queen's waiter in the port of London; xc. 52.

-, Mr. Thomas, one of the surveyors of the port of London; lxxxii. 19, 28.

Edlyne, Mr.; lxxxii. 41, 64.

Edward II., Beaumaris castle built in the time of; ciii. 105.

-, VI., King, letters patent of, for founding St. Thomas's hospital; xc. 55.

Edwards, Capt. Gilbert, late “exoñ” under Duke of Ormond, petition; xci. 104.

-, Samuel; xci. 33; xcii. 73.

-, -, proposal to manage office of annuities; lxxxv. 71.

-, -, clerk to Hon. F. Godolphin, fined for not attending the train bands; xcii. 111.

Edwin, Samuel, Esq., usher of the receipt of Exchequer; lxxxv. 151; lxxxvi. 29; ciii. 31.

Edystone lighthouse, near Plymouth, builder of, &c.; xciii. 30.

Egerton, Mr., a relapse to the crown alleged by; lxxxvi. 23.

-, John, Esq., petition for certain leases, &c.; xcvii. 107.

-, Sir Philip, knight, a lease granted to, and how obtained; xcvii. 107; xcviii. 26.

Egham, parish of Knowle Grove in; lxxxv. 117.

Elder, David, a late commissioner for sick and wounded seamen, &c.; xciv. 32.

Elector Palatine, envoy or minister from the; xciii. 97.

-, -, for payment of charge of his master's journey to Vienna; xcix. 31.

-, -, the, as to subsidy to; xcviii. 25.

-, -, troops of, balance sheet, &c.,; xcii. 78; xciv. 129.

-, -, -, additional establishment; c. 10.

Elford, Richard, gentleman of H. M. chapel, petition; xcviii. 30.

Eling, Joshua, memorial for appointment, (New Forest); xcii. 16.

Ellesden, Capt., sham action against; xcvii. 91.

Elliot, Capt. Christopher, commander of H M.S. Dunwich, petition of his widow Philippa; xciii. 128.

Elliott, or Elliot, Col., memorial; xciv. 30.

-, -, regiment of, a captain in the; lxxxix. 136.

-, -, -, respits on; xciv. 45.

-, James, stamper in the Stamp Office, absconded for debt, memorial, &c.; xciii. 6.

-, William, laceman, petition for payment; cii. 72.

Ellis, Mr., at the Earl of Manchester's office in Whitehall; lxxix. 46.

-, Thomas, grazier, unpaid bonds for excise duties; lxxx. 78.

Elton, Mr. Thomas, surgeon to St. Thomas's hospital, clandestine proceeding of; xc. 55.

Elwes, Sir Gervase, petition on behalf of his grandson; lxxxiii. 93.

Ely, Isle of, Receiver General for; lxxxviii. 15; xc. 123; xci. 63.

Emerson, Wm., petition as to watering the roads in Hyde Park; xciii. 76.

Emington [Edmonton], in co. of Middlesex, two small crimes committed at; xciv. 56.

Emperor's envoy, the; xciv. 78.

Endford, in Wiltshire, lands at; lxxxviii. 83.

Engineer General, the; c. 46.

England; lxxxvi. 125; lxxxvii. 94; xci. 37; xcii. 48; xcvii. 2; ciii. 99; civ. 8.

-, advantageous to have sail cloth manufactured in; xcvii. 77.

-, Bank of, see Bank of England.

-, church of; lxxxii. 58.

-, -, youth seduced from; lxxxvii. 141.

-, clergy in, grant from the Queen to; xci. 125.

-, crown of, debt to Saxe Gotha regiments; xcvii. 35.

-, -, subsidies due from; xcv. 107.

-, duties (Scotch) payable in, commissioners recommended; ci. 66.

-, general register of trading ships of, extended to Scotland; ciii. 27.

-, gold at too high a rate in; lxxx. 105, (p. 39.)

-, kingdom of, debts of; xcviii. 29, 37.

-, -, -, and revenue; c. 81.

-, manufacture of iron in; c. 91.

-, money sent from, to Ireland, seized; xcvi. 33.

-, necessity of buying horses in; xcviii. 49.

-, not usual to license residence in, of patent office holders in Ireland; xcviii. 5.

-, pirates' effects sent to, how applied; xcv. 71.

“-, present state of, as to coin and public charges,” a book entitled; lxxxvii. 3.

-, supervisors, &c., sent from, to Scotland; cii. 71.

-, trade of, Irish linen manufacture prejudicial to; xcix. 85.

-, troops in, regulation for subsistence of; lxxxiii. 42.

-, and Holland, 20,000 men augmentation between, pay of; lxxxviii. 46.

-, and Savoy, copy of treaty between; xci. 72.

English captives, payment for the redemption of; cix. 141.

-, corn and woollen manufacture imported in a port of Holland; ciii. 57.

-, footmen of the late King, arrears to three; lxxxix. 88.

-, funds, pay not granted out of the; lxxxix. 128.

-, gallons, settlement as to, with the Scotch, &c.; ciii. 40, 53, 56, 91; civ. 41.

-, government, &c., in North America, proposal for increase of, &c.; ciii. 61.

-, minister, the; xcvii. 111.

-, navigation, as to duty in favour of; xcvii. 24.

-, nunnery at Rouen, an; xciv. 117.

-, plantations, receiver of duties from, sureties; lxxxviii. 22.

-, prisoners under care of consul at Genoa; xciv. 19.

-, ships, a Morocco ship burnt by; xcii. 24.

-, spirits carried coastwise, clause in Act touching; xcvii. 30.

-, standard measures; ciii. 54.

-, tin, as to; xcix. 97.

-, Combe, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.

-, Jasper, Esq., lands leased from; lxxxv. 89.

Envoy extraordinary, an; cii. 147.

Envoys and residents, as to importation of goods of, duty free; xcvii. 19.

-, ministers, and consuls, cost of correspondence; xcvii. 42.

Epping Forest, grubbing up of a coppice in; lxxxv. 70.

Epworth, manor or lordship of, Lincolnshire; lxxix. 108; lxxxi. 30.

-, -, as to the title of; lxxxvii. 139; lxxxviii. 40.

Equivalent, the; ci. 91.

-, charges for sending; cii. 59.

-, per-centage paid out of the funds of; cii. 134.

-, a pension out of the; civ. 13.

-, commission of the, adjusted; cii. 43.

-, to Scotland, commissioners for distributing the; cii. 59, 86, 134.

-, -, -, gold received by, and their proceedings; cii. 121.

-, -, -, memorial as to salaries; civ. 27.

Erith, galleon at; lxxxii. 79.

Erle, Lieut.-General; xciv. 51; xcv. 22.

-, -, regiment commanded by, state of the pay and debt of; lxxxviii. 17, 59, 80.

-, -, -, extraordinary expenses of, memorial; xc. 5.

-, Major-General; lxxxiv. 19.

“Escambuit,” commander of the Indians at Newfoundland; ciii. 61 (p. 549).

Essex, or co. of, frauds of excise officers in; ci. 51.

-, manor in, held of the crown; xciv. 60.

-, receiver of; xciii. 93.

-, Receiver General of, memorial for appointment as; xcviii. 98.

-, receiver of the land revenues for; xcix. 9.

-, Earl of, dragoon regiment under, quartered in Kent; xcviii. 35.

-, -, -, pay of; xcix. 4.

Establishments of 20,000 men, the, for 1704–5 compared; xcvi. 107.

Estate forfeited, an; xcix. 115.

Estates, concealed; lxxxviii. 40.

“Estilles” and other looms for linen manufacture; lxxxiii. 104.

Estimates, papers relating to; xcii. 36.

Estovers out of New Forest, claims to; xcvii. 49.

Etheridge, Col., for arrears of pay; xciii. 83

Etkins, Mr. Richard, going to Barcelona, warrant for his salary; xcvi. 62.

Eton, offer as to ruined buildings at; xciii. 99.

-, stables at, belonging to the crown; lxxxiv. 72.

-, College, provost and fellows of, petition for arrears; lxxxviii. 39.

Ettrick, Edward, and improvement of the excise revenue; xc. 59.

Eure, E., petition; xciv. 89.

Europe, bond given by masters of ships going to; lxxxv. 160.

-, tin from Siam used in, for glazing earthenware; xcix. 97.

Eustace, Sir Maurice, Queen's title to a rent out of estate of; xciii. 132.

Evance, Stephen, or Sir Stephen, proposals to remit money; lxxix. 39; lxxxiv. 155; lxxxvii. 23, 62; xcvi. 116.

-, -, knight, petition; xciv. 64.

Evans, Anne, widow, petition, money arising out of an outlawry; lxxxvi. 70.

-, Henry, messenger of the chamber in ordinary; lxxxii. 68.

Evelyn, John, Esq., at Wotton near Dorking, Surrey; lxxxvi. 106.

Everard, Sir Hugh, Receiver for Essex, complaints against; xciii. 93.

-, Sir Redmond, Act for explaining several Acts relating to; xci. 136.

-, Mr. Thomas, or Mr., her Majesty's revenue in Ireland; xciii. 48; cii. 123.

Exchange, the, a house near, convenient for the General Post Office; lxxxvi. 53.

-, bills of; lxxxv. 112; lxxxvii. 64; xcv. 77; c. 53.

Exchequer, the; lxxxi. 61, 76, 94; lxxxii. 35, 67, 72, 83; lxxxiii. 9, 97, 110; lxxxiv. 119, 148, 156; lxxxv. 28, 32, 88; lxxxvi. 2, 21, 100, 102; lxxxvii. 15, 75; lxxxviii. 3, 23, 41; lxxxix. 72; xci. 105; xcii. 14, 66; xciii. 33, 104; xciv. 100; xcv. 8, 23, 41, 48, 49, 79, 119; xcvi. 87, 96; xcvii. 41; xcix. 8; c. 4, 88; ci. 51, 61; cii. 22, 26; ciii. 9, 97.

-, agents of the, called quickners; lxxxiv. 136.

-, auditor of the; xci. 92; xciii. 100.

-, -, reversion of place of; lxxxi. 48.

-, bar, cause at; xc. 36.

-, Chief Baron and Barons of; lxxxix. 117; xciii. 38; xcv. 30.

-, bills; lxxix. 112; lxxxiii. 16, 117; lxxxvi. 9, 32; lxxxviii. 10; lxxxix. 25; xc. 81; xcvi. 44; cii. 74, 77.

-, -, lost, procedure with regard to; xc. 81.

-, -, the twelfth contract for, list of subscribers; xciv. 107.

-, -, mail containing, robbed; lxxxviii. 10.

-, -, in Edinburgh, vigorously attacked, proffered for 1 per cent. under par, &c.; cii. 86, 121.

-, -, trustees for circulating or exchanging; lxxx. 23, 120; lxxxix. 2b; xc. 48; xciv. 107.

-, Chamber; xcvii. 63.

-, deputy Chamberlains of the; lxxxviii. 67; c. 63; cii. 40, 45.

-, chancery of the; xcvii. 108.

-, clerks of the; xciv. 71.

-, -, always exempted from service in the train bands; xcii. 111.

-, Court of; lxxix. 4, 119; lxxxi. 75; lxxxvii. 147; xc. 119; xcii. 54; xciii. 109; xcv. 53; xcvi. 18; xcvii. 76; cii. 20.

-, -, barons of, fees, &c.; lxxxv. 129.

-, -, deputy chamberlains for joining tallies in; xci. 36; xcviii. 36; ci. 107.

-, -, -, fees, &c.; lxxxix. 57; xcvi. 71.

-, -, deputy remembrancer of; lxxx. 130.

-, -, surveyor of greenwax in; xcv. 30, 52.

-, debts and interest in, how secured, rate of interest, &c.; lxxxii. 8.

-, fees paid at; lxxxiii. 76; ci. 65.

-, lords of the; cii. 96, 97.

-, marshal of the Marshalsea of the; lxxx. 53.

-, notes, difficulty in payment of the army in; ciii. 37.

-, -, refused; ciii. 53, 54.

-, officer or officers, fees and allowances; lxxix. 84; lxxxix. 18; xcvii. 36; ci. 106; ciii. 30.

-, orders upon annuities; xcv. 36.

-, the Receipt of; lxxxiii. 108; xc. 88; xciv. 69, 96, 139; xcvi. 102; ci. 65; cii. 21.

-, -, auditor of; lxxix. 118; xci. 130; xcii. 11; xcv. 123; xcviii. 36; civ. 42.

-, -, clerk of the Pells in; ciii. 30.

-, -, names of the officers; lxxxiii. 56.

-, -, tally court in, clerks of; xciv. 99.

-, -, tellers of; lxxxvii. 63; lxxxviii. 40; xc. 74; xci. 5; civ. 43.

-, -, usher of; lxxxv. 151; lxxxvi. 29; ciii. 31.

-, -, a woman bitten by the mad dog belonging to; lxxxvi. 113.

-, schemes for various payments at, sums remaining unsatisfied, &c.; lxxix. 99; lxxx. 80; lxxxi. 43, 44, 46.

-, shutting up of the, in 1672; xc. 58.

-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in the, and as to surrender of the office; xcvi. 12.

-, vouchers paid on annuities at, salary for examining, method of payment; xcviii. 55.

-, or Court of, in Ireland; xci. 71 (p. 285), 112; c. 41.

-, -, Chancellor of the; lxxxiii. 60; ci. 70.

-, -, Lord Chief Baron or Barons of; xci. 118; xcix. 36; ci. 70; cii. 89.

-, in Scotland; cii. 134.

-, -, Lord Chief Baron and Barons of; civ. 49, 50.

Excise, the; lxxxiii. 5; lxxxvii. 40; lxxxviii. 73; ciii. 16.

-, a commissioner of; lxxxix. 36; ci. 22.

-, commissioners of; lxxix. 81; lxxx. 9, 17, 57, 58, 60, 78, 92; lxxxi. 12, 40; lxxxii. 4, 5, 12, 13, 75; lxxxiii. 2, 35, 78; lxxxv. 64, 98, 111, 112, 113, 127, 150; lxxxvi. 17, 47, 48, 57, 128, 135, 136; lxxxvii. 7, 31, 129, 130; lxxxviii. 10; lxxxix. 14, 73, 78, 113; xc. 59, 77, 81; xci. 58, 114, 150; xcii. 11; xciii. 73, 112, 121, 133; xciv. 87, 124, 132; xcv. 51; xcvi. 36, 37, 82, 84; xcvii. 11, 30, 53; xcviii. 39, 64, 74, 77; c. 32, 42; ci. 51, 78; cii. 4, 25, 37, 132, 137; ciii. 28, 53, 65, 79.

-, -, imprest to their cashier; lxxix. 61.

-, -, complain of the justices of the peace; ci. 87.

-, -, right of appointment by; lxxxvi. 136.

-, -, late, supers depending on; lxxxi. 41.

-, chief commissioners and governors for management of, precept to; lxxxiii. 59.

-, controller's office in the, a clerk in; lxxxi. 31.

-, controller and cashier of, notice to exhibit accounts; lxxxv. 33.

-, defects in management of; lxxxiv. 24.

-, an improver of the, in K. Charles's time; lxxxii. 9.

-, office; xcviii. 110; ciii. 54, 91.

-, -, late messenger and informer in; xcvii. 63.

-, -, premises for, old and new, condition, leases, &c.; lxxxv. 64, 113; lxxxvi. 17, 57; lxxxviii. 74.

-, -, in Broad Street, landlord of the; lxxxv. 64.

-, -, Edinburgh, cashier of, and his allowance; cii. 71.

-, officer, an, a debt due from, proposed to be made over as a reward; xcv. 5.

-, officers of; xcii. 30.

-, -, frauds among; xcv. 21, 51.

-, -, indigent, bank of charity for; lxxxv. 111.

-, -, taxes on salaries under 100l. remitted; lxxx. 57; lxxxv. 18; xciv. 87.

-, revenue, accounts; lxxxviii. 4.

-, -, annuity out of; lxxxvi. 141.

-, -, hereditary; lxxxiv. 27.

-, -, proposals for improvement of; xc. 59; xcviii. 64; cii. 25.

-, -, proposed charge on, for the princess; c. 101.

-, surplus on the 9s. per barrel for, certificate; xciv. 139.

-, Surveyor General of, as to appointment of a; lxxxvii. 117.

-, in Ireland; ci. 66.

-, -, inland, gross produce of revenue; lxxxiii. 55.

-, bill, Ireland; lxxxvii. 77.

-, in Scotland, or North Britain; cii. 4; civ. 11.

-, -, collection of, as to; cii. 71, 75.

-, -, Commissioners of; cii. 37, 119, 132; ciii. 6, 28, 54, 91.

-, -, -, management of the revenue, proceedings in different towns, &c. &c.; ci. 78; cii. 71, 75, 80, 84, 92.

-, -, -, relative to the brewers, &c.; cii. 92, 137; ciii. 3, 16, 40; civ. 41.

-, -, duties of, computations of; civ. 9.

-, -, -, pretended rights to exemption from; cii. 92.

-, -, laws concerning, treatise on, proposed; civ. 47.

-, -, new regulations for, propositions for carrying out; cii. 1.

-, -, revenue of, as to its management; ci. 78.

Exeter; lxxx. 3; lxxxvi. 52; xciv. 53.

-, late collector of excise for; lxxxviii. 10.

-, collection of taxes at, frauds; lxxxix. 42.

-, Jonathan, bishop of; lxxix. 22; lxxx. 87.

-, and Truro, a post between; lxxxvii. 134.

-, the ship, commander of; xcviii. 105.

Expedition, the late, arrears to regiments in; lxxxiv. 26.

-, the ship, a midshipman on board; xcix. 89.

Eyre, Connaught, new barracks in; ciii. 74.

-, Samuel, fishmonger, of London lxxxiv. 74.

-, Street, in St. James's parish, Westminster; cii. 131.



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