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'Index: O', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 645-647. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79619 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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Oath ad valorem, customs, as to; lxxxvi. 5.

-, of London freemen, the, xciii. 65.

Obrian, Wm., conveyed to France, lxxxviii. 3.

O'Brien, Sir Donat, wife, lxxxvi. 117.

O'Farrell, Major Genl., serving as general in Portuguese army, pay of, xcvii. 113.

Offices, rule as to the grant of, xciv. 68.

Off-reckonings, lxxxii. 92; lxxxvii. 70; lxxxv. 94; lxxxix, 116; xc. 7, 61, 98, 118; xci. 42, 50; xciv. 15, 30, 138; xcv. 43.

-, property in, lxxix. 58.

Ogden, Simon, mariner, pensioner to the chest at Chatham, lxxxiii. 90.

Ogilvie, Capt., xciv. 122.

Oglethorpe, Lady, covenant for certain repairs, xciv. 66.

O'Hara, Mrs. Mary, pension to, c. 37.

Oil, duties on, lxxxiv. 13, 78.

Old Head of Kinsale, lighthouse at, xci. 71.

-, Jury, a commodious house for the Excise Office in, lxxxv. 113.

-, Street, Dame Annis à Cleerewell in, order about, xcvii. 76.

Oldys, Dr. William, H.M. advocate for prizes, resignation, xcviii. 87.

Oliver, Lewis, discharged for disaffection, petition for employment, xciii. 91.

Olton, Robert, a keyman, appointed to act for Mr. Herne, xc. 52.

Onely, Nicholas, D.D., a perpetual chaplain of the Savoy, petition, xcv. 44.

Op Heers, or Heeren, dated Camp at, &c., lxxxvii. 2.

Opie, Mr., behaved himself with honour as mayor of Plymouth, and gave a turn to the “phanatic's” interest there; lxxix. 22.

Orange county, lxxxii. 46.

-, Prince of, dispersion of declaration of; lxxxi. 71.

-, -, hounds and horses sent a present, lxxxviii. 57.

Orders in Council, lxxix. 78; lxxxvii. 116, 127; lxxxix, 97; xc. 79, 128; xci. 128; xcii. 56; xciii. 80; xciv. 42; xcvii. 57, 59, 111; xcviii. 53.

-, -, for Her Majesty's pictures, cited, xciv. 26.

-, -, for muskets, xcvi. 78; xcvii. 58.

-, -, held at St. Jago de la Vega, xciv. 2.

Ordnance, the, xcii. 36; cii. 47.

-, accounts, &c., lxxxvii. 27; lxxxviii. 8, 65; xcii. 19.

-, arrears, xcii. 61, 94; xcv. 95; cii. 33.

-, Board of, officers, &c. who perished in late storm, xc. 104.

-, -, stores, lxxxviii. 54; lxxxix. 63; xci. 116; xcvii. 58; xcviii. 45; c. 30; ci. 55; cii. 118.

-, -, money due from prize office from, xcii. 21.

-, -, guns accountable for by, xcii. 24.

-, -, and Lord Peterborough's expedition, xciv. 11, 49.

-, -, what arms can be furnished by, per month, xcvi. 11.

-, -, certificate of, relating to an imprest, vacated, xcviii. 112.

-, clerk of the, xcvii. 1.

-, commissioners of the Spanish train; ciii. 13.

-, -, money sent to Spain, ciii. 102.

-, grant for the, 1703, lxxxviii. 81.

-, master of the, in Ireland, xci. 99.

-, master general of the, xciv. 11; xcvii. 58.

-, memorial as to horses for an artillery train, xcviii. 80.

-, not to be supplied except provided for by Parliament, xciv. 11.

-, office, xciv. 35; xcviii. 76.

-, -, charge of, for 1706, xcvii. 1.

-, -, debt of, for stores, &c. lxxxii. 31; xci. 135; xciv. 84, 85; xcix. 102.

-, -, estimates, lxxxix. 79; xcii. 34; xciii. 1; xcvi. 78, 109; c. 36b, 106; cii. 145; ciii. 39.

-, officers of, lxxix. 36; lxxx. 6; lxxxi. 17; xciii. 21, 66, 80; xcviii. 18; xcix. 15.

-, -, allowance to widows, &c., of persons lost in the storm, xci. 54.

-, -, as to demand of the East India Company for “petre,” cii. 53.

-, -, difficulties between the East India Company and the powder makers, &c., xcviii. 38.

-, -, exigencies of their office, cii. 69, 118.

-, -, for remission of taxes on their salaries, lxxxv. 18; cii. 129.

-, -, replacement of a storeship, &c., ci. 82.

-, -, tallies, lxxx. 77; xcv. 50; xcix. 58.

-, principal officers of, papers relating to, lxxxviii. 75.

-, treasurer of the, lxxxvi. 43, 112; lxxxvii. 132; xciv. 63; cii. 6.

-, -, objects to make a wall for security of the records, xciii. 115.

“Orford,” prizes taken by the ship, lxxxiv. 96.

Orford, Earl of, c. 54.

-, [Edward], Earl of, late Treasurer of Navy; lxxix. 109; lxxx. 73.

-, -, -, his accounts; xc. 34, 35; xcv. 23; xcvi. 99.

-, -, -, satisfaction to the clerks employed on the accounts of; lxxxiv. 149; lxxxvii. 59; xc. 34.

-, -, -, brokerage for tallies on new coal duty; xc. 86.

-, -, -, cashier to; xci. 19; xcvii. 44.

-, -, -, paymaster to; xcix. 69.

-, -, -, strictures on; lxxxiii. 51.

Orkney and Zetland, islands of, heritors and others of, memorial as to the “cess;” civ. 55.

-, Earl of, pay of; lxxxv. 138.

-, -, royal regiment of foot commanded by; lxxxvi. 121.

Orme, Captain Thomas, a gentleman pensioner, would have been executed if the king had not come, recommended for employment by bishops and others; lxxix. 38.

Ormond, Duchess of; lxxxi. 57.

-, or Ormonde, [James] Duke of; lxxxiv. 106; lxxxv. 27, 58, 123; lxxxvi. 71, 101, 107 (p. 175), 148; lxxxvii. 79; lxxxix. 117; xc. 10, 28; xci. 45, 71, 81, 99, 113, 118, 125, 126, 146, 147; xcii. 41; xciii. 28, 57, 101, 102; xciv. 21, 75; xcv. 73, 75; xcvi. 11, 13, 15, 73, 77, 91; xcvii. 87; xcviii. 5, 6, 8, 18, 19, 43, 48, 78, 95, 100; xcix. 2, 85; c. 20, 37; ci. 18, 70, 71, 72, 76, 90, 94, 109; cii. 55, 83.

-, -, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; xcvi. 78; xcvii. 51.

-, -, money for horses and shackles; lxxix. 92.

-, -, prizage and butlerage of wines belonging to; lxxx. 15; lxxxiii. 63; xc. 122.

-, -, petition for reward for service in expeditions under; xc. 128.

-, -, late “Exoñ” under the; xci. 104.

-, -, descent of the English forces under, in Spain; xcv. 103.

-, -, his regiments, &c.; lxxxiv. 150; xcviii. 20, 21, 49; xcix. 75.

-, -, a contract of; ci. 40.

-, -, lodge in Richmond Park; lxxxiv. 94.

-, -, a lease to; lxxxviii. 5.

-, “commrs. of Duke of,” ground bought from; lxxxiv. 53.

“Osborne,” brother of Duke of Leeds; lxxxi. 60.

Osmond, Thomas, surveyor of the duties on houses, &c., for county of Northampton, charge against; c. 16.

Ossory, bishop of, and linen manufacture warrant; cii. 29.

Ossulton House; lxxix. 98.

Ostend; cii. 48.

Otford, Honor of, in co. of Kent, as to stewardship of; xci. 34.

Our Lady's Pew, title to messuage called, whence derived; xcviii. 102.

Outing, John, petition for pension; xcix. 11.

Out-ports, collectors, &c., of, affairs of; lxxxv. 57, 72, 164; lxxxvi. 105; lxxxviii. 69; xcvi. 76.

-, less duties paid at the, than in London; xcvii. 48.

-, prizes sell for less at, than in London; lxxxv. 96.

-, St Sebastian wines; lxxxvi. 21.

Overkirke, Lord, Master of the Horse. See Auverquerque.

Ovitt, alias Ovidd, John, highway robber, apprehension of; lxxxvi. 67.

Owen, Dame Margaret, concealed crown rents; lxxx. 50.

-, Thos., French sloops on the coast; lxxxiv. 5.

“Owlers,” an agent for the; lxxxviii. 3.

-, the, and Capt. Baker; xcvii. 91.

Oxenden, Dr.; lxxx. 142.

Oxford, All Saints parish, report, &c., on petition of inhabitants of; lxxxiv. 130.

-, -, repairs of church; lxxxviii. 34.

-, French prisoners of war removed from; lxxxvii. 135.

-, youths of the Greek Communion in the University of; lxxxvii. 142; xcv. 11; xcvii. 27.

-, Hart Hall in, as to exhibitions in, &c.; xciii. 100.

-, professor of astronomy at; cii. 57.

-, W. Bishop of, for indulgence as to first fruits; lxxxix. 22.

-, co. of, receiver general for marriage and house duties, &c.; lxxxv. 15; xcv. 48.

-, Earl of, debt; lxxix. 105.

-, -, regiment of; lxxxiii. 102.

Oxon, Anne Countess of, aunt and co-heir of; lxxxv. 4.

-, Aubery, Earl of; lxxxv. 4.



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