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'Index: N', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 641-645. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79618 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Nairne, Nairn, or Nearne, Sir David; ci. 91; cii. 45, 57, 62, 99, 104, 110; ciii. 37; civ. 17.

Najac, Mons., a reformed cornet of Lord Windsor's regiment; lxxxv. 58.

Names and sums, a list of; xcii. 81.

Nanfan, Capt., or John, Esq., late Lieut. Governor of New York; lxxxv. 43; lxxxviii. 55; xci. 15, 24.

Nantes, or Nantz; lxxxv. 19; xc. 38.

Nassau, Francis, Count d', French regiment; xcviii. 84; xcix. 22.

Natt, Richard, commander of a customs sloop on the coast of Sussex; lxxxii. 3.

-, -, gent., a seizure of wine; xcvi. 49.

Naval service, opinion as to payment of bill for redemption of captives; lxxxiv. 23.

-, stores from the plantations; ci. 2.

Navarre; lxxxiii. 69.

Navigation Act, ship seized by; lxxxiv. 99.

Navy accounts; lxxxiv. 117.

-, Board, the; lxxxi. 90; lxxxiv. 149; lxxxv. 124, 164; lxxxvii. 149; lxxxviii. 28; xc. 34; xci. 54, 116; xcii. 24; xcv. 101; xcvi. 99.

-, canvas for the; lxxxi. 90.

-, late cashier of the, accounts of; xci. 8.

-, commissioners of the; lxxix. 20, 65, 67; lxxxiii. 123; lxxxiv. 92, 117, 152, 153; lxxxv. 39, 116; lxxxvi. 104, 115; lxxxvii. 59, 124; lxxxviii. 9, 28, 53; lxxxix. 8; xc. 67, 95, 105, 124; xci. 8, 12, 19, 53, 75; xcii. 5, 116; xciv. 4, 104; xcv. 62; xcvi. 118; xcvii. 22, 82; c. 36a, 60, 102, 103; ci. 2, 33; cii. 85, 105; ciii. 84; civ. 6.

-, -, their difficulty for money for the course of the office; lxxix. 54.

-, -, proposal to put Dover harbour under the care of; xcix. 82.

-, course of the, as to interest on navy bills; ciii. 36.

-, debt of, estimates of; lxxxvii. 96; xcii. 5, 15; xcv. 108; xcvii. 72; xcix. 125; ciii. 29.

-, -, the old, poor creditors of; lxxxiii. 62; cii. 9.

-, debts of the, a comparison of, at different periods; cii. 144.

-, English salt for the; lxxxix. 134.

-, establishment of the, continuance of the marines on the; lxxxix. 23.

-, grants or supplies for the; lxxxviii. 81; xci. 149; xcv. 17; xcix. 101; ciii. 41.

-, money received for the, losses in; xcix. 69.

-, Office; lxxxiii. 123; lxxxiv. 23; xci. 149; c. 103.

-, -, accounts not able to pass the, and reasons; lxxxix. 8.

-, a purveyor of the, the place at whose disposal; xc. 95.

-, Queen Anne's commission for the; cii. 146.

-, remission of taxes on salaries; lxxxv. 18.

-, ships diminished and added to the, since her Majesty's accession; xci. 149.

-, slopseller to the; ciii. 84.

-, surgeons' chests for the, regulated and controlled; xcviii. 100.

-, surveyor of the, trees fit for the navy; lxxxviii. 7.

-, timber for the use of; xc. 85; xci. 18; xcvi. 105; ci. 30, 79; cii. 140.

-, treasurer or treasurers of the; lxxx. 73; lxxxiii. 51; lxxxiv. 23; lxxxv. 154; xc. 129; xci. 12; xcii. 116; xciii. 4; xciv. 116; xcvi. 22, 118; xcvii. 62; c. 73, 102; ci. 80; cii. 9; civ. 6.

-, -, clerk under; xciv. 104.

-, -, issues made to, out of the public funds for several years; xcv. 87.

-, -, office laid down by Earl of Orford; lxxxiv. 149.

-, late treasurer of the; xcv. 23, 91; xcvii. 44; xcix. 69.

-, -, cashier to; xci. 53; xcvii. 44.

-, -, paymaster to; xcix. 69.

-, victuallers of the; lxxxix. 66.

-, victualling of the, proposal for; lxxxiii. 122.

-, -, commissioners of, memorial; c. 8.

Neal, Mr., patent of, to erect posts in North America; ci. 32.

Neale, Mr., or Thomas, Esq., connected with the mint at Norwich; lxxix. 56; lxxxiv. 29; lxxxv. 9, 91; xcii. 100.

“Neat money,” the, for Queen's civil list; xcv. 83.

Needham, Mr., registrar of the hospital of the Savoy; xcv. 44.

Needwood forest, particulars of; lxxxiv. 84.

Negus, Mr. Francis, surveyor of the mews; lxxx. 116.

Nelson, Thomas, yeoman of the pantry to K. Charles II., &c., petition; lxxxvii. 140.

Nelthorpe, Richard, Esq.; xcv. 41.

Netherby Hall (Cumberland), messuage called; xci. 64.

Nethercomb, the tenement called, abstract of grant; xcvii. 64.

Netherhall and Overhall [in Dedham], Essex, manor of; lxxxi. 30.

Netherlands, deputy paymaster of the forces in the; c. 15.

-, importation of linens from; ciii. 57.

Nettervill, John, gent., pension granted but not paid to; xcvi. 15.

-, Nicholas, Viscount; xcvi. 15.

-, Hon. Robert; xcvi. 15.

Neutrals, effects of, seized; xcvi. 17.

Nevill, Charles, coach harness maker to King Charles II.; lxxxi. 28.

-, Capt. Francis, survey of a canal in Ireland; xciii. 101, 134.

-, Mary, relict and administratrix of Vice-Admiral, case of; lxxxvii. 124.

Nevis, island of; xcix. 58; c. 30; ciii. 20, 95.

-, -, address as to the losses in; ci. 64.

-, lieut.-governor of; ci. 73.

-, naval office in, account of exports and imports; ci. 62.

Newark, manor and demesnes of; xcvii. 17.

Necwastle, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.

-, or Newcastle-upon-Tyne; lxxx. 92; lxxxiii. 85; xc. 112; xciv. 82; cii. 74, 77.

-, customs at, abuses, &c.; lxxxv. 110; lxxxix. 26; xcviii. 70.

-, frauds in shipping fish at; lxxxiii. 24.

-, overstocked with halfpence, &c.; lxxxvi. 102.

-, and London, masters of ships using the coal trade between, petition; lxxxviii. 60.

-, [John], Duke of, deer in Sherwood forest; lxxxiii. 61; lxxxiv. 28; xcv. 82; ciii. 109.

-, -, -, Lord Warden of the forest of Sherwood, accounts; xcv. 82.

-, H.M. ship, commander of; xcix. 94.

New Cesaria, meeting of the assembly at; lxxxvii. 153.

New England; lxxix. 110; lxxxi. 107; lxxxv. 145; xci. 48; xciii. 22, 89; cii. 39 (p. 513).

-, -, assemblies of, and Col. Dudley; ciii. 61.

-, -, chartered governments of, difficulty of prosecution of pirates; xcvi. 101.

-, -, governor of; xcviii. 27.

-, -, -, commissioners appointed by; xcv. 109.

-, -, merchants trading to, for packet service to New York; xc. 109.

-, -, ministers of, in favour of Col. Dudley; ciii. 61 (p. 549).

-, -, naval stores from, persons to report on, &c.; lxxxvi. 145; xc. 124; ci. 2; cii. 85.

-, -, state of the woods in, &c.; xcix. 119.

-, -, woollen manufacture in, interrupted by production of naval stores; ci. 2.

New Forest, damage done by the storm in; lxxxviii. 7.

-, -, the duckoy pond in; lxxx. 39.

-, -, enclosures in, commission for making; lxxxv. 42.

-, -, -, person employed to look after; xcii. 16.

-, -, freeholders bordering on, memorial as to estovers out of; xcvii. 49.

-, -, heath and furze in; lxxxviii. 9.

-, -, the purveyor in the, obstructed; xciv. 4.

-, -, riding forester of, fees and arrears; xci. 79; xciv. 50.

-, -, timber in or from, windfalls, trees, &c.; xcii. 54, 69; xcv. 17; xcvi. 1, 105; xcvii. 22, 49; xcix. 113; c. 36a; ci. 33; cii. 28.

-, -, verderers of; xci. 134; xcii. 44.

-, -, waste ground of, for permission to plant the; xci. 129.

-, -, in Arkelgarthdale, co. York; xciii. 127; xciv. 103.

Newfoundland; lxxxv. 157.

-, an Act as to the trade to; xcv. 12.

-, agent for prizes at, and liberty to trade; xcv. 47, 55; xcvii. 106.

-, commander of the Indians in; ciii. 61.

-, gunners at, disbursements for; xcv. 70.

-, soldiers in, or going to; lxxxv. 30, 162; xc. 114; xciii. 116.

Newgate prison; lxxxiv. 93; xc. 36; xciv. 56, 132.

New Hampshire, America; ci. 32.

-, -, -, governor of; lxxxiv. 127.

-, -, -, -, and other officers; ciii. 61 (p. 547).

-, -, -, production of naval stores in; lxxxvi. 145; xc. 124.

-, -, -, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.

-, -, -, treasurer of, value of office in time of peace and war; ciii. 61.

Newhaven; lxxxi. 94.

-, fort for defence of; lxxx. 6.

New Jersey, or province of; lxxxii. 69; xcv. 2.

-, -, the posts in; ci. 32.

-, -, East and West, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.

New London, in Connecticut colony; cii. 39 (p. 513).

Newman, Mr., or Mr. John, discharged from the London distillery, discovers frauds, &c.; lxxxix. 73; xciii. 73; xcv. 21, 51; xcviii. 64.

-, -, low wines, &c.; xcix. 20.

New Market; xciv. 11.

-, -, servants above stairs, with H.M., wages of; xciv. 9; xcix. 96.

Newnham, otherwise Newenham, in co. of Bedford, dissolved monastery of; lxxix. 108; xciv. 117.

New Palace Yard, a clock and bell and sundial in; xcvii. 36.

-, -, -, enlargement of passage to; xcvii. 70.

New Park, estimate of repairs in, &c.; lxxxvii. 90.

-, -, land enclosed in; xciii. 25.

New Providence, money due to her Majesty at; lxxx. 143.

New River Water Company, suit against the proprietors of; lxxxix. 137.

New Romney, custom house officers at, frauds by; xcvii. 81; xcviii. 3.

Newry, in the north of Ireland, a canal to; xciii. 101.

Newson, Col., of the Guards, served in Duke of Ormond's expedition; lxxxv. 58.

Newton, Dr., a journey made by, “extraordinaries;” cii. 115.

-, Mr., unfit to judge of counterfeit paper marks, &c.; xc. 102.

-, -, controller of customs in New England; ciii. 61.

-, Henry, LL.D., advocate general to H.R.H. Prince George of Denmark, petition; lxxxviii. 61.

-, Mr., or Sir Isaac; lxxxiv. 84, 86, 89; lxxxv. 9; lxxxvi. 41; lxxxix. 6, 68; xci. 52; xcix. 97; cii. 57, 62; ciii. 94.

-, -, his papers as to proportionate value of gold, &c.; lxxx. 105.

-, -, coronation medals; lxxix. 40, 56; lxxxiii. 27.

-, -, master and worker of the mint; lxxxiii. 83; lxxxiv. 29.

-, lodge and walk; xci. 113.

New year's gifts; xcii. 88; xciii. 2; c. 79.

New York (city or province of); lxxix. 18; lxxxi. 74, 106; lxxxiii. 8, 36, 75; xci. 91; xcv. 2, 10; xcvi. 116; xcvii. 45; ci. 17, 77; cii. 125; ciii. 61 (p. 550), 100.

-, -, account of affairs at; cii. 39.

-, -, bibles, &c. sent to; lxxx. 117.

-, -, commander-in-chief and council of; xci. 37.

-, -, disbursements in; xc. 113.

-, -, forces or regiments in; lxxix. 18; lxxxv. 139; lxxxvi. 146; xc. 121; xci. 14, 40, 119; xcvi. 19; ci. 34.

-, -, forts at, &c.; lxxxv. 43.

-, -, governor of, &c.; xc. 10, 42, 113; xci. 14; xciv. 111; ciii. 72, 93.

[-, -,], -, account of his proceedings; cii. 39.

-, -, lieut.-governor of, bills drawn by; lxxx. 104.

-, -, Indians bordering on, presents to; xciv. 7.

-, -, merchants trading to, packet service; xc. 109.

-, -, provost marshal of, prosecuted for prize money; xcv. 98.

-, -, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.

-, -, revenue of; lxxxii. 77; lxxxiii. 43; lxxxvii. 69; xciii. 35.

-, -, -, state of, in Mr. Bierley's time; xcv. 98.

-, -, secretary for Indian affairs at; xciii. 10.

-, -, seizures made in; xcv. 10; xcvii. 73; xcix. 47.

-, -, sickness raging at; lxxxii. 46; xci. 24.

-, -, stores at; xciii. 80; xcvii. 77.

-, -, three independent companies of, captains of, petition; lxxxv. 16.

-, -, city of, Act for fortifying the; cii. 39.

-, -, province of, Chief Justice of, suspended, &c.; lxxxiv. 141; lxxxvi. 97; xci. 7; xciv. 141; xcv. 15; xcvi. 41.

-, -, -, collector and receiver general of; xciv. 111; xcv. 10, 98; xcvii. 73; xcix. 17; ciii. 47, 72, 93.

-, -, -, the companies in; lxxxvi. 12; xci. 15.

-, -, -, -, late agent of; xc. 98.

-, -, -, the posts in; ci. 32.

-, -, -, quit rents reserved to her Majesty for lands in; lxxxvii. 153.

-, -, -, revenue, debts, &c. of; lxxx. 74; cii. 39 (p. 512).

Nezereau, Magdalen, personal estate of Judith, who died in London; lxxxvi. 86.

Nibley, or Nibly, Gloucestershire; lxxxv. 114; lxxxvi. 3.

Nice, siege of; cii. 108.

Nicholas, Mr., or Edward, Esq., payments through, pensions on establishment of, &c.; lxxix. 32; lxxxi. 69; lxxxiii. 4, 53; lxxxv. 81; lxxxvi. 51, 68; lxxxviii. 56; xcii. 106; xciii. 117; xciv. 73; xcvii. 59; xcix. 21.

-, -, queries as to establishment of; lxxxviii. 56.

-, -, list of counties to be paid by; lxxxviii. 84.

-, -, treasurer to his Royal Highness, lodgings of; lxxxvii. 13.

-, William, joint controller of customs in port of Chester; lxxix. 106.

-, Island, conveyance of troops to; lxxxvi. 83.

Nicholl, John, charged with selling lace; lxxxix. 80.

Nicholls, William, and others, reward for apprehending highwaymen; xcviii. 47.

Nicholson, Col., governor of Virginia; xci. 115.

-, William, bishop of Carlisle; lxxx. 84.

Nickolls, Thomas; xciii. 14.

Nimeguin, peace of, mentioned; xc. 10.

Nix, Thomas, Esq., Exchequer bills; lxxx. 23.

Noden, Charles, memorial; xcvii. 97.

Noell, Mr. Edward, union of the office of secretary and registrar; lxxxi. 12.

Norbury, Kent; lxxxiii. 34.

Norcliffe, Benj., jun., Esq., steward and court keeper of all the manors, &c. in county of York; lxxxi. 101.

Norfolk, co. of; derelict lands on coast of; xciv. 81.

-, receiver of; xcv. 41.

Norman, the house of one, pretended to be a madhouse; xcvii. 26.

-, Mr., recommended to attend at Leith (customs); cii. 1.

-, Mr. Lionel, a commissioner of customs in Edinburgh, collectors' salaries, cii. 61.

Normandy; xciv. 117.

Norris, Captain, of the Orford, prizes captured by; lxxxii. 63; lxxxiv. 96.

North, Arthur, of London, merchant, debts of his father; xci. 56.

North and Grey, the Lord; xcii. 35.

Northampton, co. of; surveyor of duties on houses and marriages in; c. 16.

-, in New England; ciii. 61 (p. 549).

North Britain. See Britain, North, and also Scotland.

Northey, Sir Edward, Attorney General [chiefly reports]; lxxix. 108; lxxx. 51; lxxxi. 75, 77, 83; lxxxii. 87; lxxxiii. 14; lxxxiv. 23, 29, 38, 97, 153; lxxxv. 11, 61, 79, 146, 150; lxxxvii. 54; lxxxix. 70, 71, 140; xci. 1, 27, 91, 112; xcii. 75; xciii. 40, 75; xciv. 57, 66, 78; xcv. 3, 44, 120; xcvi. 14; xcvii. 79, 85; xcix. 45, 48, 53, 98; ci. 98, 99, 100.

-, -, See also Attorney General.

Northforeland to Beachy Head, a ship to guard the coast from; lxxxvi. 25.

North Shields, collector at; lxxxvi. 140.

Northumberland, co. of, farm of excise of; lxxxv. 150.

-, receiver general of taxes for; lxxxvi. 28.

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

-, Duke of; lxxxi. 86; xcvi. 20.

-, -, a captain of horse in regiment of; xcviii. 98.

-, House garden, injuries to; xcv. 38.

Norton, Mr.; xc. 106.

-, Lieut.-Col. Ambrose, surveyor of the mews under Charles II., had to pay crown debts; lxxx. 116.

-, Mr., or Richard, a justice of the peace for Suffolk, malt fraud; lxxxv. 98; lxxxvi. 92.

-, -, warden of Bere forest, &c., a right in the forest, &c.; ci. 79.

Norton galley, the, from Gibraltar, commander of; xcv. 99.

Norway; ci. 2.

Norwich, mint at. See Mint.

Nost, John, an inlaid table from; xc. 44.

Nott, Major, or Col. Edward, governor of Virginia, for expense of his journey there; xciv. 27.

-, -, -, proceedings of the council; xcvii. 75.

Nottingham; lxxxii. 39; xciii. 56.

-, a guide for the Queen and retinue when she retired to; xciii. 94.

Nottingham, Earl of; lxxix. 92; lxxx. 31, 81; lxxxi. 94; lxxxii. 7, 27, 69; lxxxiii. 106; lxxxiv. 67, 81, 90, 93, 127; lxxxv. 30, 76, 80, 119, 121, 145, 154, 157; lxxxvii. 51, 135; lxxxix. 16, 65, 304; xc. 23, 66; xci. 24; xcviii. 8; c. 29.

-, -, Principal Secretary of State; xc. 72.

-, -, -, patent appointing; lxxix. 90.

Nova Scotia; ciii. 61 (p. 550).

Noyelles, Comte de; lxxxvii. 2.

Nunnington Hall, messuage called; xci. 64.

-, manor of; xci. 64.

Nuns, forfeited estates of; lxxx. 8.

Nuthall, late joint receiver general of Surrey, accounts of; ciii. 103.

Nutin, Mr., accounts of; xcvii. 4.

Nutley, Mr., debate as to election of, at Lisburn; lxxxvii. 77.

Nuttall, Joseph; cii. 12, 89.



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