St. Albans, Redbourn near; xcvi. 61.
-, Duke of, duties on logwood, petition; lxxxvi. 105.
-, -, papers relating to; lxxxviii. 75.
-, -, house of, at Windsor, stables near; lxxxiv. 72.
St. Amand, James, apothecary in Covent Garden, debt to; lxxxi. 50.
St. Andrews, James, archbishop of; civ. 50.
St. Antonio, the, of Padua, a Genoese vessel, the sinking of; lxxxix. 114.
-, -, prize at Plymouth, brandy out of; xciii. 112, 133; xcviii. 110.
-, -, -, wasting of goods in; xciv. 48.
St. Asaph, Bishop of, son of the late; xcvi. 12.
-, see of, first fruits of, &c.; lxxxix. 85.
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, sums demanded for sick and wounded seamen; xcv. 28.
St. Christopher's, island of, governor of; ciii. 95.
-, -, lieutenant-governor of, and salary of; xciv. 12.
-, -, as to levying the 4½ per cent. in; lxxxix. 15.
-, -, address as to the losses in; ci. 64.
-, -, provisions and stores; xcix. 58; c. 30; ciii. 61 (p. 549).
-, -, reduction of the French part of; ciii. 95.
-, -, storeship taken on the way to, to be replaced; ci. 82.
St. Clement Danes, commissioners for taxes, warrant; lxxxvi. 142.
-, -, parish of; lxxx. 18; ciii. 110.
St. David's, late bishop of, prosecution of; c. 26.
-, George, bishop of, against allowances to the receiver; xcvi. 114.
-, -, -, revenue of the bishopric, &c., petition; c. 7; ci. 25.
-, Thomas, bishop of, appointment of receiver of rents, &c.; lxxx. 123.
-, -, -, repairs of his house; lxxxvi. 84.
-, -, -, the temporalities, &c.; ci. 31.
-, bishopric of; lxxxi. 75; lxxxii. 43; c. 26.
-, -, receiver of the temporalities of; lxxxviii. 41; xcvi. 114; xcvii. 51; c. 98; ci. 7.
St. Domingo, a flag of truce violated while going to, &c.; xciv. 2, 108.
Saintecroix, Jeremy, dismissed from a waitership; xciv. 53.
St. Evance, Sr. [ ], and partners; lxxxi. 21.
St. George, Sir George, a surgeon in the regiment of; cii. 130.
St. George's chapel, Windsor, the dean and canons of, exchange between them and Richard Dalton, gent.; lxxix. 52.
-, hall, Windsor, painted ceiling in; lxxxvi. 78.
St. Helen's; lxxxii. 64.
St. Ives, agent for prizes at; xcvii. 65.
St. Jago de la Vega, order in council held at, &c., violation of a flag of truce; xciv. 2.
St. James', H.M. chapel at, allowance to officers of; lxxxvii. 20.
-, the house near (where late Duchess Mazarine lived); lxxxv. 146.
-, H.M. library at; c. 45.
-, Lord Bridgwater's lodgings at; xcix. 43.
-, works at; lxxx. 93, 108; xci. 74.
-, palace, Westminster, house near the stable yard at; lxxx. 63.
-, parish of, inhabitants of, &c., petition for the unstopping a passage; xciv. 72.
-, park, buildings erected on waste ground of; lxxxiii. 47.
-, -, drainage for the trees in; lxxxvi. 46.
-, -, encroachments in, papers relating to; lxxxviii. 75.
-, -, fences of, the person employed in looking after the; xci. 145.
-, -, fowls in, allowance for keeping the; lxxxviii. 44.
-, -, gunners at, fire and candles for; xciv. 91.
-, -, improvement and care of; lxxxii. 80.
-, -, the island in; lxxxviii. 44.
-, -, keepers of, allowances to, for board, &c.; xc. 120.
-, -, mall in, estimate for repairs. &c.; lxxxv. 156.
-, -, spot of ground for Mr. Holder in; lxxxvi. 51.
-, -, works in; lxxxiv. 133; lxxxvi. 18, 46; lxxxvii. 55; xci. 103.
St. James's, Clerkenwell; xcvii. 26.
St. John, Mr., or Mr. Henry [Secretary at War]; xc. 50, 118; xciii. 28, 50, 125; xcv. 34; xcviii. 96, 119; c. 15, 47; ci. 48, 111; cii. 7, 34, 42, 117; civ. 26.
-, -, and the general officers; xci. 68; xcix. 10.
-, -, clothing of the companies at New York; xci. 119.
-, -, additional levy money; xcvii. 60.
-, -, bounty money for the land forces; xciii. 79.
-, -, dragoons, &c. in the Low Countries; xcv. 125.
-, -, demand of the Apothecaries Company; xcviii. 107.
-, -, estimate of the saving of the forces, &c.; cii. 8.
-, -, proposals for clothing the forces; cii. 116; ciii. 19, 25.
-, -, books, &c. for his office; ci. 84.
-, Mr. Ja.; lxxxi. 78.
-, Sir Walter, and others, lieutenancy of Woodstock park granted in trust to; xciii. 37.
St. John's chapel, Isle of Man, Tinwald courts holden in; xc. 116.
-, harbour, Newfoundland, estimate for fixing the boom at; lxxxv. 157.
St. Katherine stairs, an impressment near; xcvii. 40.
St. Katherine's, H.M. brewhouse at, fraud, &c.; lxxix. 34, 47; lxxxii. 36; lxxxiii. 120.
St. Leger, Anthony, gent., payment to, for apprehending highway robbers; lxxxvi. 67, 133.
-, Edward, a surgeon at Deal, non-payment of salary of; xcv. 29.
St. Lewis, of Nantz, as to the sale of the; xc. 38.
St. Malos; lxxxiv. 141.
St. Margaret's, Westminster, parish of, disputed assessment in; lxxxvi. 142.
-, -, churchwardens of, cloth used at coronation; lxxx. 18.
St. Maries, or St. Mary's, port of [Spain], as to goods plundered at; lxxxii. 7, 15, 16, 19, 28, 45, 47, 79, 93; lxxxiv. 102, 108, 116.
-, -, commissioner for sick and wounded at; lxxxvii. 112.
-, -, a pilot to; xcv. 103.
St. Martin in the Isle of Rhea, mention of lxxxvi. 134.
St. Martin's in the Fields, parish of; lxxx. 18; xciv. 106; xcix. 98.
-, Lane, dated; cii. 22.
St. Mary, monastery of, near the walls of York; lxxxi. 101.
-, -, -, petition for stone belonging to; xciv. 128.
-, Warwick, church of, royal grant to; lxxxviii. 34.
-, in Lincoln; xciv. 81.
St. Olave, Old Jury, London, lease of messuages in parish of; lxxxviii. 74.
-, Southwark; xcvii. 21.
-, York, parish church of, ruinous state of; xciv. 128.
“St. Paul, the French king's letter to;” lxxxix. 102.
St. Paul's church [London], commissioners for building, demand for stone; ci. 83.
-, dean of, fines belonging by grant to; xciv. 56.
-, -, and chapter of, entitled to a duty [at Portland]; ciii. 7.
-, a prebendary of; xcvii. 76.
-, procession to, mentioned; c. 92.
-, Portland stone used for; ciii. 7.
St. Saviour's, Southwark; xcvii. 21.
St. Sebastian, wine trade, frauds, &c., in; lxxxi. 110; lxxxii. 20; lxxxiii. 18, 69, 74; lxxxiv. 39; lxxxvi. 21; xcii. 2.
St. Thomas's, Danish colony at; lxxxviii. 52.
-, Hospital, Southwark; lxxxiii. 90.
-, -, -, president, &c., as to charge of wounded seamen received during the war; xc. 55; xcv. 28; xcvi. 9; xcix. 46.
Saladine, Anthony and James, bankers, natives of Geneva, concerned in Huguetan's affairs, petition, &c.; xcvi. 17.
Salampar, De Chouppe, lieut.-governor of Pettyguavas, a “cunning intriguing blade;” xciv. 108.
Salaries; lxxix. 7, 14. See also Taxes.
-, in Great Wardrobe, charge of; lxxxvi. 79.
-, payable by his late Majesty; lxxix. 9; lxxx. 62.
Salisbury, Bishop of, payment to order of; lxxxiv. 119.
Salkeld, John, clerk, assisted in the reduction of St. Christopher's, petition, &c.; ciii. 95.
Sallway, Mr. John, fraud in shipping salt; lxxxiv. 20.
Sallyport near Tinmouth Castle, smuggling at; xcvii. 40.
Salop, co, of, receiver of the land revenue for; lxxxiv. 4; xcii. 9.
-, -, rent charge on lands in; xciii. 58.
Salt Act, defects in the; lxxxiii. 1.
-, commissioners for, or for the duty on; lxxxi. 103; lxxxii. 12, 75, 85; lxxxiii. 1; lxxxvi. 140; xci. 31; xcvii. 99; xcviii. 67; xcix. 72; ciii. 76.
-, -, allowance for officers' taxes; lxxxi. 39.
-, -, frauds in shipping of fish; lxxxiii. 24.
-, -, a new house for; lxxxvi. 123.
-, -, memorial touching a riot in Merionethshire; xci. 106.
-, -, memorial as to their accounts; ci. 44.
-, duties on, abuse offered to Mr. Gilpin; xcvi. 75.
-, duty, frauds on; lxxix. 16; lxxxii. 90; lxxxiv. 20; xcix. 72; cii. 123.
-, -, secretary and clerks for; lxxx. 9, 17.
-, -, report on; xcix. 66.
-, -, no deduction out of; xcv. 11.
-, &c., remarks as to; lxxxvi. 59.
-, English, for the navy, supply of; lxxxix. 134.
-, exported and relanded, attorney general's report; lxxx. 124.
-, French, fraud in entry of; lxxxii. 85.
-, lost, going to Ireland, a clause about; xcvii. 25.
-, rocks in Cheshire, one of the proprietors of the, duty paid by, &c.; lxxxvii. 142.
-, trade; ciii. 76.
-, works; xcviii. 67; xcvi. 104.
Salters Hall, London; cii. 13.
Saltmarsh, Mary, late of parish of Lingsted, Kent, widow, professed nun at Brussels; lxxx. 8.
Saltpetre, payment for, sought; ci. 55.
Salway Frith, mentioned; xcii. 65.
Sampson, articles exhibited by one; lxxxv. 21.
-, Mr.; lxxxi. 94.
-, Richard, footman to King William III., for arrears; lxxxix. 88.
Samson, Jno., as to Capt. Upton; xc. 51.
Sanders, Capt., share of Vigo prize money of; lxxxix. 119.
Sanderson, Mr.; lxxxi. 94.
Sands, Capt., his case with officers of Customs; lxxxiv. 83.
Sandwich bay, satisfaction for prevention of plunder; lxxxiv. 52.
-, the customer of; lxxix. 24.
-, Earl of, Admiral of the Fleet, burial of; ciii. 104.
Sandys, Mr. Robert, collector of Athlone, robbed; lxxix. 77.
Sankey, Captain Henry, a wounded officer, arrears of pension; lxxxvii. 98.
Sansom, Mr. Arnold, controller (Customs), as to; lxxxix. 9.
-, Mr. John, gold or silver exported; lxxxix. 2a.
-, -, Secretary to the Customs, arms from Portugal; lxxxvii. 144.
-, -, (Customs), survey of northern ports; lxxxix. 135.
-, -, jun., accounts of Bristol custom house; lxxx. 97; lxxxii. 84.
Santini, Nicholas, and partners, propose to remit money, &c.; lxxix. 39; lxxxiv. 155.
Sarsfield, Colonel (Lord Lucan), estate in Ireland unjustly seized by; lxxxvi. 131.
Satyr, statue of a, price of; lxxxvi. 76.
“Saulcey,” or Sawsey, and Whittlewood, forest of, sale of trees, &c.; lxxxiv. 59; lxxxviii. 34; ci. 61.
Saunders, Captain Joseph, an agent of French smugglers, hired to convey conspirators to France; lxxxviii. 3.
Saunderson, marine regiment of; lxxx. 75.
-, Colonel, regiments of; lxxxiii. 40, 112; lxxxv. 109.
Savage, Mr.; xcvii. 38; xcix. 47; c. 34.
-, -, Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland; lxxxiii. 60.
-, Philip, Esq., lands granted to, in trust; c. 3.
-, Mr. Richard; xcvii. 55; xcviii. 13, 44.
Savery, Thomas, Esq., treasurer of sick and wounded seamen, certificate; xcv. 13.
Savile, William, convicted of libel against two clergymen, &c.; xciii. 71.
Savoy Ambassador at Ossulton House; lxxix. 98.
-, Duke of, in France; ciii. 68.
-, -, a claim on; cii. 108.
-, -, men sent to the assistance of, and pay of; xcv. 25; xcvii. 116.
-, -, saltpetre and lead for; xcviii. 45.
-, -, subsidies of; xcviii. 24, 117.
-, -, suspected to have made terms, and powder for; xcvi. 28.
-, and England, copy of the treaty between; xci. 72.
-, French church of the; c. 39.
-, the, or Hospital of the; lxxx. 27; lxxxiii. 52; xcv. 44.
-, the, claim for repairs; xciv. 140; xcv. 27; xcix. 100.
-, -, historical particulars of the, &c.; lxxxix. 70.
-, Marshalsea prison at the; lxxxix. 60.
-, the, ministers, chapel wardens, and porter of, petition; xcv. 44.
-, visitations of the, expenses of the; lxxxvi. 49.
Sawsey forest. See Saulcey.
Saxe Gotha, treaty with Duke of, and money paid to troops; lxxxv. 2; xcvii. 35.
Saxon troops, establishment of; ciii. 70.
Saxons, charge of maintaining 4,500 for the year; cii. 8.
Saxony, Elector of, Order of the Garter sent to; xcix. 86.
-, march of the army out of; cii. 147.
Sayer, John, Esq., deceased, Mary, widow and relict of, lease; xcv. 26.
Scaleby, in the co. of Cumberland; xcvi. 75.
Scarborough, collector of; lxxxiv. 55; ciii. 11.
-, Earl of, as to Mr. Norton's representation; xc. 106.
-, -, right of, to bucks out of Bere forest; ci. 79.
Scarbrough, or Scarborough, Edward, late collector of Liverpool, dismissed for fraud; xcvi. 68; xcvii. 69; xcviii. 60.
Scarburgh, Charles, Esq., fine on lease; xcvi. 66.
Schenectady, state of forts at; lxxxv. 43.
Schomberg [and Leinster], Duke of (variously spelt); lxxx. 37; lxxxiii. 96; xc. 60.
-, -, pay and demands; lxxxiii. 68; lxxxvii. 85.
-, -, regiment of dragoons; lxxxvi. 137; lxxxvii. 104.
-, -, commander-in-chief of forces in England, &c., memorial for arrears; xcii. 98.
-, Marshal, [or Duke of Schomberg and Leinster], regiment of foot; lxxxv. 90.
-, -, certificate in favour of an officer who served under him; lxxxvi. 72.
-, -, Maynhard, Duke of, patent for 5,000l. per annum out of post office; lxxx. 20.
-, -, -, patent for the additional 1l. per cent. out of post office; lxxx. 103.
-, -, -, for a warrant for 1,000l. per annum; lxxxii. 89.
Schutz, Baron; lxxx. 72.
Scire facias, a, against the Bishop of Oxford; lxxxix. 22.
Scotch conspiracy, Lords committee to examine the; xc. 53.
-, Exchequer, extract from books of; ci. 15.
-, justices, a judgment by, as to the brewers; ciii. 3.
-, merchants, a letter relating to interests of; cii. 70.
-, money, how to be distinguished; ci. 68.
-, peers to serve in first Parliament of Great Britain, as to election of; cii. 134.
Scotland; cii. 43, 59.
-, ale measure for, justices' determination about the; ciii. 35.
-, army in, payment of the; cii. 134; ciii. 37.
-, the brewers and the excise duties in; cii. 100, 137; ciii. 3, 16; civ. 41.
-, coin in, a view of the whole state of the; lxxxvii. 3.
-, collectors, supervisors, &c. in, as to, cii. 71.
-, the commission of customs for, after the union; ci. 102.
-, customs in, management of the; ci. 66, 97.
-, -, the articles of union relating to; ciii. 26.
-, -, and excise in, propositions as to the; cii. 1.
-, council of, trial of the pix before the; cii. 40.
-, debts arising in, account of; ciii. 42.
-, English postage of letters sent to, recovery of; lxxxiv. 101.
-, entering of certain ships in; cii. 109.
-, Exchequer in. See Exchequer.
-, Excise in. See Excise.
-, forces, &c. in, officers of the, memorial for arrears; ciii. 4, 6, 112.
-, -, and garrisons, subsistence of; ciii. 4, 6; civ. 24.
-, foreign goods from, for England, form of transire for; civ. 40.
-, foreigners in amity with her Majesty's subjects in; lxxxv. 160.
-, goods imported duty free into; c. 62.
-, goods from, &c., valuations; civ. 9.
-, heralds and pursuivants in, fees and salaries; civ. 54.
-, historiographer for, royal commission appointing a; xci. 139.
-, invalids of, memorial; civ. 29.
-, law of, memorial for treatises, &c. on; civ. 47.
-, merchants in, as to oaths of; cii. 96, 101.
-, merchants, goods brought by, forfeited; cii. 99.
-, messenger from; xcvii. 33.
-, the mint in; ci. 68, 91; cii. 40.
-, a paper from, on the treaty of union; c. 96; ciii. 82.
-, people of, not bound by a law, until published at the market cross; cii. 71.
-, -, opposition of; cii. 80.
-, post renters in, grant of their debts proposed; xci. 30.
-, posts and offices in, memorial as to pensions of the; civ. 31.
-, proclamation naming justices in, &c.; cii. 119, 134.
-, Queen's salt in; c. 89.
-, rate of exchange between London and; cii. 134.
-, re-coinage there, memorial; cii. 110.
-, regiment raised in, &c.; lxxxix. 33; xcviii. 109.
-, register of trading ships extended to; ciii. 27.
-, report on the “equivalent;” xcviii. 73.
-, revenue of, estimates of; civ. 36.
-, -, as to passing Exchequer bills in; cii. 121.
-, Secretary of State for; xcii. 65; cii. 45.
-, Secretaries of State for, postage of letters to and from; lxxxiv. 101.
-, ship seized and condemned; cii. 41.
-, smacks for guarding the coasts of; cii. 97.
-, solicitor (H.M.) in; civ. 48.
-, standards of weights and measures; ci. 65; cii. 45; ciii. 3, 6, 16, 40, 56, 91; civ. 41.
-, surveyor on the borders of, appointment sought; xcvi. 93.
-, trade from, after the union; ci. 103.
-, what money declared bullion in; cii. 134.
-, wool exported from; xcii. 84.
-, and Holland, pay of two regiments on the voyage between; lxxxix. 128.
-, Yard, buildings in, injurious to Northumberland House garden; xcv. 38, 78.
-, -, clock house in, memorial; xcviii. 41.
-, -, Mr. Castle's house next; lxxxvii. 92.
-, -, to King Street, sweeping the street from; lxxxi. 29.
-, -, Great, Denham's buildings in; lxxxvii. 128.
Scots foot guards, petition of officers of 2nd battalion of; lxxxi. 3.
-, merchants, the Queen and servants favourable to; cii. 43.
Scott, Lord Henry, for place on the muster rolls of the guards; xc. 107.
Scrope, Rt. Hon. Mr. Baron, or John, Esq., Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; c. 89; civ. 50.
Scudamore, Mr.; c. 52.
-, Sir Barnabas, collection of Liverpool; xcviii. 60.
-, John, joint agent for prizes at Genoa; xcvii. 43.
Sea, the, grant of treasures, to be gained by a diving engine; lxxxix. 111.
-, beer for her Majesty's service; lxxxiii. 120.
-, coal, revenue from; xcv. 59.
-, service for 1703, estimates; lxxxviii. 78; xcvii. 2; ciii. 39.
-, -, expenses, &c. of the; xcii. 36 cii. 69, 118; ciii. 69; civ. 33.
-, -, men for; lxxxiv. 35.
-, -, ordnance for, &c.; xcii. 61 xciii. 1; c. 106.
-, and land service, arrears allowed by parliament for; xcv. 95.
Seabrook, Thomas, a moneyer, sent to Scotland; cii. 64.
Seafield, Lord, or Earl of; ci. 97; cii. 110; ciii. 3, 6.
-, -, letter of, from Edinburgh; cii. 134.
-, James, Earl of, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; civ. 50.
Seaford, in Sussex; xci. 2; xciii. 103; c. 29.
-, defenceless state of; lxxxi. 94.
-, fort at, commanding the bay of Newhaven; lxxx. 6.
-, the magistrates of, and information concerning one Tuppen; lxxxix. 138.
Seager, Roger, late master gunner of Portsmouth; xc. 76.
Seal, the keepers of her Majesty's; lxxix. 46.
Seamen's widows and orphans, estimate of H.M. bounty to; xcii. 15.
Searchers' office, the constitution of, &c.; lxxix. 2; xcix. 109.
-, frauds, memorial from; lxxxiv. 20.
-, patent, London; xcix. 6; c. 34; cii. 68.
Searl, George, Accountant of the General Post Office, salary; lxxxvi. 35.
Searle, Edward, merchant of London, bills on his agent at Jamaica; lxxxix. 143.
Seaton Delaval, duties on salt at, &c.; xcviii. 67.
Seaton Sluce, a pier built at, expense of, &c.; xcviii. 67.
Sebastian. See St. Sebastian.
Secanecte, town of; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Secret service money, payments out of; lxxxiv. 33, 34, 67, 119; lxxxv. 8, 121, 154, 163; lxxxvi. 113; lxxxvii. 3, 30, 92; lxxxix. 16, 104, 138, 146; xc. 13, 23, 75, 110; xci. 2, 49, 55, 65, 78, 88, 89; xciii. 11, 39; xciv. 54, 67, 86, 89, 122, 123; xcv. 32, 99; xcvii. 13, 16, 33, 104, 109, 119; xcviii. 7, 61, 89; xcix. 70; c. 23; ciii. 49.
Secret service of the Secretaries of State, as to; ci. 85.
Secretary at War, the; xcv. 34; xcviii. 17, 119; ci. 38, 84.
-, -, salary; lxxxv. 60.
-, of State; xciii. 108; xciv. 73; xcviii. 50; c. 9; ciii. 59.
Secretaries of State, patents of and allowances to; lxxix. 90.
Securities given for offices, as to; xcix. 8.
Security “against breaking bulk,” a form of; cii. 66.
Sedgwick, Mr., collector of Whitby, death of; ciii. 11.
-, Robert; lxxxiii. 89.
Seignior, Mr. John, trumpeter to the third troop of guards; xcvii. 95.
Seine, the, a prize, French goods out of, &c.; xciii. 112, 123.
Seizures, payment out of; lxxxvi. 63.
Sell, Mrs. Sarah, petition for lodging of his late Majesty's chaplain; xciv. 136.
Selwyn, Brigadier, payment of his regiment in Jamaica; lxxix. 93.
Semley, in county of Wilts; lxxxvi. 70.
Senior, Nathaniel, process against; lxxxvii. 147.
Sergison, Cha., deserts of Mr. Dummer; xcvi. 53.
Serjeant, John; lxxxiii. 107.
Serjeant painter to Her Majesty, appointment; lxxxiv. 31.
Serjeant-at-arms attending the House of Commons; lxxxiv. 110.
-, -, to the House of Peers, allowance to; lxxxv. 133.
Serjeants-at-arms, the, to Her Majesty; xciii. 111; civ. 50.
-, -, patents during pleasure, salary; lxxxiv. 134.
Servants, His Majesty's; lxxix. 4.
-, above stairs, H.M., petition of, &c.; xcii. 26; xciv. 26; xcix. 96.
-, out of employment, his late Majesty's; xciv. 97.
Session, Lords of, salaries of; ciii. 86.
-, President and Lords remanent of, salaries of; ci. 74.
Seton, George, of Garden Rose, nephew to Capt. Wm. Seton; lxxxiii. 66.
Setting lands in Ireland, time for; lxxxiv. 70.
Sewell, Mr., to attend at Port Glasgow (Customs); cii. 1.
-, George, footman to King William III., arrears; lxxxix. 88.
Sewers, Commission of, &c., fines towards H.M. revenue of greenwax; xc. 119.
Seyliard, Thomas, gentleman, late receiver general of taxes for county of Cambridge and isle of Ely, petitions, &c.; lxxxviii. 15; xci. 63.
Seymour, Brigadier, regiment of; lxxxv. 100; lxxxvi. 6.
-, Col., plate for chapel at Maryland; lxxxviii. 75.
-, -, governor of Maryland; cii. 111.
-, -, -, allowance to, for his journey there; xciv. 27.
-, Major General, prizes taken by the marines under, &c.; ci. 67.
-, Mr. Edward, repairs in the lodges of a forest; lxxxix. 122.
-, Sir Edward, plate from the Jewel Office in charge of; xc. 66.
-, -, -, his claim on his ultimate account as Treasurer of the Navy; xci. 12.
Shaen, Sir James, joint farmer of the revenue of Ireland; lxxxiii. 92.
Shakerley, Peter, Esq., governor of Chester, pay of invalids; lxxxv. 7, 55, 106.
Shales, Mr. Charles, His Majesty's goldsmith; lxxix. 15.
-, or Shale, Henry, or Mr., auditor; lxxxi. 50, 101; lxxxv. 6, 140; lxxxviii. 37; lxxxix. 31, 100, 145; xci. 102; xcii. 9; xcv. 123; xcvii. 21, 50, 80.
-, -, parliamentary taxes passed or undeclared; xcvii. 39.
-, Philip, office of inspector general of exports and imports; lxxx. 128.
Shallet, Mr.; ci. 29.
Shallett, Arthur, of London, merchant, imprisoned in Marshalsea; lxxix. 120; lxxxiv. 68.
Shannon, Lord, regiment of marines; lxxx. 22; lxxxv. 109; lxxxix. 91.
Sharpe, Mr., supply of stationery by; c. 13.
-, John, and others, an escheat granted to; xciv. 117.
Sharp, Sir William, of Stoniehill; civ. 50.
-, -, -, and his son James, pension; civ. 50.
Shaw, Sir John, Bart., and Charles his brother, the plantation receipt; lxxxiv. 8.
-, -, -, Capt. Sands' case; lxxxiv. 83.
-, -, -, proposed to cruize with his yacht to prevent smuggling in the Clyde, &c.; cii. 76.
-, -, -, of Greenock, commission for seizing smuggling vessels; ciii. 96.
Sheerness, governor of, pay of; lxxxi. 52.
-, wharves at; lxxix. 36.
Sheffield, John, clerk, debt to, &c.; xcix. 45.
Shepard, Mr. William, and others, for a patent to coin copper halfpence, &c.; xciv. 8.
Shephard, Anthony, a commissioner for sick and wounded seamen, &c., petition; xciv. 32.
Shepherd, Samuel, and others, wine merchants of London, petition; xcvi. 34.
Sheppey, Countess of, mother of Earl of Sussex, estate, &c.; lxxxv. 4.
Sherburn, Sir Edward, arrears; lxxx. 40.
Shere, Mr. Henry, or Sir Henry Sheers, damages to Dover harbour, survey, &c.; xcviii. 75; ci. 37.
Sherlock, William, D.D., Master of the Temple, arrears; xciv. 80.
Sherrington, in the co. of Norfolk; xcv. 61.
Sherwood forest, deer in; lxxxiii. 61; xcv. 82.
-, -, officers, salaries, government, &c., of; lxxxiii. 21; lxxxiv. 28, 84; lxxxix. 72.
-, -, verderers of, payment of the; lxxxix. 72.
Shields, poor inhabitants of, petition as to invalids; lxxxvii. 122.
Ship of 50 guns, estimate for a new; lxxxv. 34.
Shipping for horses and men, estimate for; lxxix. 44.
Ships, estimate of, in lieu of those lost in the great storm; xcii. 15.
-, H.M., diminished, added, and building; xci. 149.
-, -, heath and furze for “breeming;” lxxxviii. 9.
-, hired into H.M. service, petition of the owners; civ. 32.
-, of war, declaration for encouragement of; lxxx. 2.
-, -, not willing to go to sea without marines; lxxxvii. 120.
-, prize. See Prize.
Shirley, Mary, widow of Thomas, late serjeant-at-arms, arrears; lxxxii. 38.
Shoreham, custom house at, smuggled goods seized; xc. 91.
-, sloop, the; lxxxii. 3.
Shorter, John, Esq., late sheriff of Surrey; lxxx. 71.
“Shortest way with Dissenters;” lxxxiv. 41.
Shovell, Sir Cloudesley [Admiral] (variously spelt); lxxxii. 64; lxxxvi. 111; lxxxix. 140; xci. 57; xcviii. 61; ci. 12, 45; cii. 118.
-, -, -, agent for prizes on board the fleet of; xcix. 89.
-, -, -, conference as to the marines; lxxxix. 23.
-, -, -, an express from; xcv. 99.
-, -, -, for royal bounty for services at Vigo; lxxxix. 87.
-, -, -, report relating to the funeral of; ciii. 104.
-, -, -, imitations of the public seals produced to; xcv. 5.
-, -, -, money for contingencies; lxxxv. 125, 154.
-, -, -, loan on the subsidy, 1703; xcii. 37.
-, -, -, marine regiment commanded by; c. 6.
-, -, -, prize money for; lxxxv. 48, 165.
-, -, -, prizes taken by; lxxxv. 45, 158.
-, -, -, Mr. Goslin to be received on squadron of; lxxxv. 143, 144.
Shrewsbury, Duke of, a member of the family of; xcvi. 13.
Shrimpton, Brigadier, relative to Earl of Galway; xci. 68.
-, -, services, pay, &c., of; xci. 69; xciii. 83; xciv. 95; xcviii. 81.
-, -, governor of Gibraltar; xcv. 99.
Shuckburg, John, Esq., J.P. for Warwickshire; ci. 87.
Siam, a Dutch merchant from, opinion as to the supply of tin, &c.; xcix. 97.
Sibourg, Colonel, regiment of dragoons, (French Protestants) to be raised by; lxxxvi. 137.
Sick, the, in St. Thomas's Hospital, cost per diem of; xc. 55.
-, not received into Chelsea Hospital, money for, &c.; xciv. 1.
-, quarters, money due for; lxxx. 67.
-, and wounded office, charge and debt of; ciii. 2.
Sick and wounded seamen, claims for; xcix. 46.
-, and prisoners of war, commissioners for; lxxxi. 5, 87, 104; lxxxii. 54; lxxxiv. 114; lxxxv. 147; lxxxvi. 104; lxxxvii. 41, 44; lxxxviii. 18; lxxxix. 46; xc. 14, 41, 55; xci. 22; xcii. 17, 71; xciv. 19, 88; xcv. 28 29; xcvi. 9; xcix. 108; ci. 88.
-, -, bills of exchange in precept to; lxxxvii. 48.
-, -, claims and debt of their office; lxxxvii. 97, 135; xci. 67; xciii. 4; xciv. 32.
-, -, for imprest to their secretary, their treasurer being dead; xciv. 100.
-, -, instructions to; lxxx. 46.
-, -, memorials, &c., for supplies; lxxxiv. 58, 76; lxxxv. 57, 147; lxxxvi. 115; xci. 148; xciii. 56; cii. 65; ciii. 14.
-, -, payment of prisoners remaining; xci. 10.
-, -, for salaries, &c.; xci. 51.
-, -, secretary to the, and as to the office; xciv. 134.
-, payment of debt, &c., for; lxxx. 67; lxxxi. 45; lxxxii. 52; xc. 43, 129.
-, treasurer to the commission for; lxxxv. 73; lxxxix. 18; xcv. 13.
Sidny, the frigate, cruizing on the coast of Cornwall; lxxxvii. 146; xc. 17, 51.
Signet Office, fees at; lxxxv. 24.
-, search at the; lxxxvi. 75.
Silks, importation of; xcii. 50; xciii. 41; xciv. 22.
-, -, bills for prosecutions; lxxxvi. 63.
-, -, dragoons in Kent to prevent; xcviii. 35.
-, seized; xciii. 20; xcvii. 16.
Silver, Captain Thomas, memorial for expenses of fire and candle; xciv. 91.
-, John, searcher of customs at Bridgewater, petition; lxxxiv. 120.
Silver coins, value of, in various countries; lxxx. 105.
-, extracted from lead ore to be brought to the mint; xcvii. 5.
-, from Vigo sent to the mint; lxxxiv. 86, 108.
-, Street, a tenement in, lease of; xcix. 18.
Sisterne, Henry, a prisoner in Dorchester gaol for smuggling, petition; xciii. 86.
Sisterton, Robert, surgeon to the invalids at Tynemouth castle, medicines; lxxx. 129.
Skachkook Indians, the nation called; cii. 39 (p. 512).
Skerrin, Lord, a regiment of dragoons for, how to be raised; xcviii. 49.
Skinner, Peter, secretary to the Prince of Hesse, for bounty; xciii. 118.
-, Thomas, imported foreign silks, compounded with the informer, petition; xciii. 41.
-, -, petition; civ. 46.
Skrimsher, Sir Charles, of Norbury, Kent; lxxxiii. 34.
Skynner, John, petition for a place in the customs; xcvi. 72.
Slany, or Slaney, Abel, citizen and woollen draper of London, proposal as to coinage; lxxxiv. 138; lxxxv. 141; lxxxvi. 91, 102.
Sliford, Mr., proposes to be agent to the Board of Trade; ciii. 63.
Sligo, town and garrison of, a governor of; xcvi. 106.
Slingelandt, Mons. Ivan, letter from; lxxxvi. 45.
-, -, or Van, secretary to the Council of State [of the United Provinces], repartition of troops, &c.; lxxxvi. 116, 125.
-, -, -, accounts attested by; xcvii. 35.
Slingsby, Elizabeth, daughter to Col. Walter Slingsby, pension; lxxx. 109.
Sloper, Mr., under Mr. How; xcix. 126; cii. 117.
-, Mr. William; c. 33.
Smalley, Francis, of London, merchant, petition as to his effects; xci. 122.
Smethin, Mr., goldsmith, as to bill of; lxxxix. 75.
Smith, Mr., comptroller of Pool, reward for prosecution of smugglers; xcvii. 83.
-, -, farmer of the post office in Scotland; lxxxiv. 101.
-, Hon. Mr., master keeper of Bolderwood walk; lxxxviii. 7.
-, Cornelius, commander of the “La Fine,” guard of coast by; lxxxvi. 25.
-, Edmund, consul in the Canaries; lxxix. 41.
-, or Smyth, James, of Nibley, Gloucestershire, gent., murderer of Jarvis Clough, estate of; lxxxv. 114; lxxxvi. 3.
-, -, presentment of, as prize agent in the Mediterranean fleet, &c.; xcviii. 23, 28.
-, John, Esq., Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; civ. 50.
-, -, deputy chamberlain for joining tallies in the Court of Exchequer; lxxxv. 92.; lxxxviii. 67; xcvi. 71; xcviii. 36; ci. 107.
-, -, of Beaufort Buildings, receiver of land revenues for various counties, &c.; xcix. 9.
-, -, Tisue, as to work done at Hampton Court; lxxxvi. 96.
-, Nicholas, gent., petition; cii. 131.
-, Thomas, a sentinel over Sir James Montgomery; lxxxiv. 121.
-, Sir Thomas, Bart., office of ranger of the Phœnix park, near Dublin, &c.; xci. 113.
Smithfield, East (Middlesex), manor of, lease of; xcvii. 21.
“Smoke farthings,” fee farm rents in Oxfordshire; lxxx. 79.
Smugglers, French; lxxxviii. 3.
Smyrna; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).
Smyth, George, as to petition of; lxxxv. 114.
Snip, William, &c., owlers in the late war; lxxxiv. 10.
Snuff given by Duke of Ormond; lxxxiv. 106.
-, prize, sale of; lxxxvii. 6.
Soame, Sir William, treaty ratified by; lxxxv. 125.
Soames, Col., subsistence for regiment of; xcviii. 59.
Soldiers, Act for quartering, in Jamaica, when to expire; xciv. 108.
Solicitor of the General Post Office, establishment of salary for; lxxxvi. 36.
-, of law prosecutions, H.M.; ci. 99.
-, to the Scotch Excise office, assistant to; cii. 132.
-, General; lxxxii. 60; xciv. 110; xcvi. 17; ciii. 9, 17.
-, -, stamp duties on entries of rules; lxxxvii. 150.
-, -, payment to, for his opinion; xc. 87.
-, -, report as to derelict lands; xcvii. 79.
-, -, for Ireland; lxxxiii. 22; cii. 14; ciii. 66.
-, Queen's; lxxx. 63.
“Solliciteurs” in Holland; lxxxvii. 25.
Somerset, Lieut. of the, on board the galleon at Erith; lxxxii. 79.
-, co. of, land revenue in, receiver of the; ci. 19.
-, -, land tax for, receiver general of the; xcix. 91.
-, -, receiver general for; xc. 89, 127; xcii. 12; xciv. 69; ci. 26.
-, -, defective arrangements of subsidy tax in; lxxxvi. 39.
-, -, third 3/ aid, 1699, receiver general of; lxxxv. 38.
-, Duke of; lxxxiv. 72.
-, -, for expenses of H.M. stables; lxxxvi. 54.
-, -, injury to Northumberland House garden; xcv. 38, 78.
-, -, reply to Sir C. Wren; xcviii. 83.
-, House, funerals of commanders from; ciii. 104.
-, -, claims for repairs; xciv. 140; xcix. 100.
South Carolina; xciv. 46.
South Wales, see Wales.
Southampton; lxxxii. 28, 45, 61.
-, agent for prizes at; lxxxvi. 50.
-, customer of; xcv. 65.
-, Frenchmen escaped out of prison at; lxxxiv. 93.
-, petition of under sheriffs of; lxxxiii. 23.
-, co. of, receiver general of aids for; lxxxix. 4; lxxxv. 88.
-, -, -, one of the securities of; lxxxv. 10.
-, -, justices of the peace of, commissioners for New Forest; lxxxv. 42.
-, -, receiver of the land revenue in; ci. 19.
Southwark, St. Thomas's hospital in; xcix. 46.
-, a brewer of; xc. 77.
-, lease of [premises]; xcvii. 21.
Southwell, Col., memorial of, late Col. Rivers's regiment; xcvii. 102.
-, Mr.; xcii. 74; xciii. 134; xcviii. 101.
-, -, clauses in the linen manufacture warrant; cii. 29.
-, Mr. Edward; xc. 75; ci. 109; cii. 14, 55.
-, -, clerks of the Council; lxxxvii. 16.
-, -, proceedings of the Irish Government, &c.; lxxxvii. 78.
-, -, one of the commissioners for keeping the privy seal; lxxx. 90.
S. P., censure of Sir Thomas Franckland (Post Office); lxxx. 33.
Spain; lxxx. 105, (p. 39), lxxxiv. 114; c. 21; ci. 94; cii. 130; civ. 52.
-, ambassador to; xcix. 87.
-, an artillery train for; cii. 118.
-, clothing, accoutrements, stores, &c. for; ci. 108; cii. 116; ciii. 19, 25, 58; civ. 30.
-, English merchants trading to, losses on board “the Flota;” lxxxv. 132.
-, the expedition to, money for, how furnished, &c.; xcv. 72; civ. 18.
-, forces in, commissary for the stores of war for the; xcvi. 85.
-, -, money advanced for, &c.; xcii. 90; ciii. 32, 102; civ. 20, 21, 23.
-, -, the establishments of the, and regiments to be sent to; xcix. 59: c. 110; ci. 111; cii. 7, 63.
-, King of, lodgings for, at Windsor; xc. 12.
-, -, the coming to Portsmouth of; xc. 76.
-, -, ammunition for the service in Spain; xcvi. 28.
-, -, part of the 250,000l. paid for; xcvii. 78.
-, -, balance sheet of account of; c. 64.
-, number of men to be entertained on the borders of, by Portugal, &c.; ciii. 34.
-, ports of, clandestine trade by way of; lxxxiv. 39.
-, proposals to remit money to; civ. 5.
-, receipts and payments for the service in; c. 40, 72.
-, war with; lxxxi. 108; lxxxi. 145.
Spaniards, a suspected French gasconade to keep the, in hopes; xciv. 108.
-, subsistence, clothing, &c. of the, payments for; c. 49.
-, and Dutch, an illegal trade between the; lxxxviii. 52.
Spaniel keeper to Charles II., James II., and Queen Mary; lxxxvi. 51; xcix. 76.
Spanish alliance and expedition packet boats for Lixboa, charge of; lxxxv. 148.
-, coast, a ship used for a bridge of boats on; xcv. 103.
-, clothing and accoutrements; cii. 87.
-, consuls and friars, a great present to engage Alcaid Aly and the Morocco Emperor in their cause; xcvii. 7.
-, galleon prize, guns, ammunition out of; xcv. 31.
-, galleons taken at Vigo; lxxxiv. 152.
-, gallies, Turks escaped out of, assistance for; lxxxv. 8.
-, governor at St. Domingo; xciv. 2.
-, packet boats, agent for the; xcii. 14.
-, prizes, produce of; and shares of the officers; xcviii. 66.
-, train, the, a proposal for augmenting; ciii. 13.
“Spaws,” the; xciv. 94.
Speaker, the, a report to be shown to; lxxxvii. 126.
Speering, Daniel, and others, royal bounty for the repair of a church; c. 2.
Speke, H., as to Mr. Borritt's report; lxxxv. 122.
-, Mr. Hugh, had many great relations, and was publicly known, the case of; lxxxvii. 91.
Spelthorpe, Hundred of (Middlesex), commissioners of the land tax for, land taken into the Hampton Court gardens; cii. 20.
Spencer, Gilbert, late receiver general for Kent; lxxxii. 67.
Spendelow, Thomas, Esq., late receiver general of county of Stafford, a security of; xcvi. 88.
Spirits carried coastwise; xcvii. 30, 53.
Spithead; lxxxii. 61.
Spragge, Sir Edward, Admiral of the Fleet, funeral of; ciii. 104.
Spring Gardens; lxxix. 75; cii. 55.
-, -, near Charing Cross, office of auditor of plantations in; lxxxiii. 64.
-, -, Old; lxxxvi. 75.
Springett, Anthony, receiver for the county of Sussex; lxxxviii. 33.
Squibb, Mr. Robert, payments; xci. 107.
Squibbs, Mr., claims of; xcvii. 46.
Squire, Mr.; xcvii. 46.
-, -, a landwaiter in the Customs, proofs, &c. in case of; xcii. 117.
Stables, late clerk of the; xciv. 120.
-, the debt for the; lxxix. 31.
-, Her Majesty's, expenses of; lxxxvi. 54.
-, of his late Majesty in England and Holland, accounts, &c. of; lxxxiii. 73; cii. 23.
Stacey, Richard, master bricklayer to Her Majesty, petitions for payment, &c.; lxxxviii. 32; xci. 123; xciii. 131; xciv. 143.
Stafford, county of, receiver general for; xciii. 61; xcvi. 88.
-, -, receiver of land revenue for; lxxxiv. 4; xci. 102; xcii. 9.
Stair, Earl of; lxxxiv. 101; civ. 44.
Stamford, Thomas, Earl of, and others, petition for a grant of mines, &c.; cii. 50.
Stamp Duties, commissioners of, offices of controller and accountant general; xci. 13.
-, -, frauds on the; ciii. 9.
-, -, on entries of rules in Queen's Bench, &c.; lxxxvii. 150.
-, office, advancement of; xcv. 42.
-, -, observations on the; lxxxii. 76.
-, -, petition for a stamper's place in the; lxxxix. 1.
-, officers, memorial for remission of taxes; xci. 16.
-, -, incident bill for salaries of; xcii. 7.
Stamps, commissionership of; lxxx. 24; lxxxiv. 136; cii. 32.
Stamped vellum, parchment, and paper, commissioners for duties on; lxxx. 14; lxxxvi. 142; xciii. 6; ci. 52.
-, -, -, for remission of taxes on their officers' salaries; xciv. 133.
-, -, -, petition of the attorney; ciii. 9.
Standards of weights and measures, usual methods of supplying, fees, &c.; ci. 65; cii. 40, 45.
Stanhope, Mr.; lxxxvi. 47; cii. 117.
-, -, English envoy at the Hague; lxxxi. 21; lxxxiv. 34; xcix. 31.
-, -, “the envoy,” money advanced by; cii. 15.
-, Col., transport of regiment of; lxxxiv. 150.
-, Brigadier, arms for the regiment of; xcvi. 43.
-, Major-general; cii. 87.
-, Mr. Alexander; cii. 88.
Stanhope's regiment, late; xcviii. 99.
Stanley, Sir J., the island in St. James's Park; lxxxviii. 44.
-, Sir John, offices under the Lord Chamberlain; lxxxi. 54.
-, -, -, memorial as to his lodgings; xc. 78.
-, -, -, on behalf of Sir B. Granville; xcv. 119.
-, -, -, or Mr. J., warden of the mint; lxxxiii. 83.
-, -, -, -, prosecution, &c., of coiners; lxxxv. 102; lxxxix. 62; xciv. 74.
-, -, -, -, deputy to; xcvi. 50.
Stannary laws, proceeds of printed copy of; lxxxix. 98.
-, prison in Lidford Castle; lxxxix. 98.
Stanton, Horatio, a bastard, intestate; lxxxi. 77.
Stanwix, Colonel, regiment of; xcix. 59, 75.
-, Thomas, Esq., representation against; xcvii. 99.
-, -, -, lieut.-governor, and a burgess in parliament for Carlisle, report as to; xcvi. 75.
Stanyan, A., for payment of his entertainment; c. 50.
-, D., his father's debts in Ireland; xcvi. 87.
Stapleford - Abbots, also Stapleford - Regis, Essex, manor of; lxxix. 108; lxxxi. 30.
-, [Abbots], manor of, the title to; lxxxvii. 139; lxxxviii. 40.
Staples, Thomas, Esq., steward of the lordship of the castle and honour of Windsor, and of all the courts of record; lxxx. 136.
Stapleton, Lady, account of companies in Leeward Islands; lxxxv. 95.
-, Dame Anne, widow, relict and executrix of Sir William Stapleton, Bart., Governor of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, fortifications, &c.; lxxxv. 62.
-, or Stapylton, Lieutenant Robert, as to appointment of, as second major of Chelsea Hospital; cii. 42; ciii. 24.
Star of the East, E. India ship, prize; lxxxvi. 13; xci. 61.
State, Secretary of, see Secretary of State.
States General, the, Danish troops in joint pay of her Majesty and; lxxxvii. 152.
-, -, deputies of, repartition treaty with, signed; lxxxvii. 36.
-, -, envoy or envoy extraordinary from the; cii. 133; ciii. 57.
-, -, the levy money allowed by; xcvi. 103.
-, -, men sent to assistance of; lxxxiii. 54; lxxxiv. 143; lxxxviii. 87.
-, -, -, money for; lxxxv. 56.
-, -, money payable by, for troops of augmentation; lxxxvi. 149.
-, -, Saxe Gotha regiments; xcvii. 35.
-, -, quotas of ships furnished by, in 1704; xcii. 57.
-, -, Spanish commerce; lxxxviii. 52.
-, -, treaty between Her Majesty and the, and the Duke of Saxe Gotha; lxxxv. 2.
-, -, Her Majesty, and Duke of Holstein, articles of a treaty between; lxxxix. 105.
Stationers, Company of, London, clerk of the, certificate as to Rymer's Fœdera; xcii. 45.
Stationery for Court of Exchequer; lxxx. 61.
-, ware, money remaining due on; lxxxv. 14.
Statues bought in Italy, list and price of; lxxxvi. 76.
Statute and common laws, proposal for inspection, review of, &c.; lxxxiii. 116.
Steel, or Steele, John, land carriage officer, seizure of bullion, &c., by; lxxxv. 66; xciii. 98.
-, Thomas, Esq., as to memorial of; xcviii. 69.
Steingherst, Mons., memorial for certain expenses; xcix. 31.
Steinkirk, battle of, mentioned; lxxxvi. 121.
Stenop; lxxxi. 69.
Stephen, Robt., messenger of the press; lxxxi. 26.
Stephens, Lady, Irish pension fallen in by death of; xcviii. 78.
-, Mr., and Mr. Palmes; xcv. 57.
-, Mr. Auditor; lxxxiv. 123.
-, Mrs., as to memorial of; xciii. 40.
-, Mary, widow of Anthony, late Cashier to the Navy, for allowance to her husband's clerks; xci. 8.
Stepney, Mr.; cii. 30.
-, Mr., Envoy Extraordinary at Vienna, repayment to; lxxxix. 16.
Sterling Castle, H.M.S., secreting goods in, to escape duties; lxxxvi. 87.
Stert, Arthur, an English merchant, clothing to be provided by; ciii. 92.
Stevenage, Capt. William, adjutant of the Coldstream Guards, as to pay; lxxxvi. 7.
Steuart, James, Scotch and English gallons; ciii. 56.
-, -, Lord High Advocate of Scotland, the brewers and excise; ciii. 16.
Steward, Mr., heard on behalf of the Scotch merchants; cii. 99.
-, or Stewart, Lieut.-General, debt on estate of Lord Clanricarde; xci. 105, 118, 136.
-, -, memorial in right of his wife; xcii. 103.
-, Major-General, regiment of, a captain in; xcv. 90.
Stewart's regiment, Col. Hill's regiment delivered over to; xcv. 4.
Stifford; lxxxi. 95.
Still Alley, in Houndsditch; lxxix. 108.
-, Yard, the, quantities of iron at; c. 91.
Stillingfleet's (Dr.) library, as to the primate's request for money to purchase; xciii. 134.
Stirling, the excise officers at; cii. 75, 84.
Stisted, Capt., process against; lxxxvii. 147.
Stoake-under-Hampden, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.
Stock jobbing, proviso to prevent; lxxxviii. 13.
Stockton; lxxxix. 26.
-, abuses in the customs of; lxxxv. 110.
Stone, Edith, petition, lease; xcix. 18.
-, Richard, Esq., a bondsman for Mr. Rotherham, petition; xciv. 77.
Stonegra, town and grange of; xci. 64.
Stonehouse, in the co. of Gloucester, petition of the parish of; lxxxvii. 141.
Stoniehill; civ. 50.
Stores, provisions in, account of, &c.; lxxxix. 20.
-, payments for, from 1702 to 1704; xcii. 19.
-, old, in dockyards, sale of; lxxxvii. 116.
-, of war for Massachusets Bay; xci. 48.
Stork, Derrick, body coachman to King William III., petition; lxxxvii. 88.
Storm, the great, damage done by, &c.; lxxxviii. 7, 19, 60; lxxxix. 22, 85; xc. 29; xci. 43; xcii. 29; ci. 37.
-, -, marine companies drowned in lxxxix. 83.
-, -, list of officers and others who perished in, and qualifications; xc. 104.
-, -, allowance to widows, &c., of persons lost in; xci. 54, 101.
Straits, sick expected home from the; lxxxvii. 97.
Strangways, John, letter reflecting on Mr. Culliford, xciii. 29.
Stratford, frauds of excise officers at; lxxxii. 4, 75.
-, Mr.; xcix. 44.
-, -, money due to; lxxxvii. 89.
-, Francis, proposal to remit rix-dollars; lxxxvi. 95.
-, -, safe arrival of the tin in Hamburgh; xcix. 7.
-, the Rev. William, student of Christ Church, Oxford, to read prayers at the office of the committee of public accounts; lxxix. 75.
Stratton-upon-the-Foss [co. of Somerset], manor of, in Duchy of Cornwall, mines, &c., in; lxxxiv. 63: lxxxvi. 93.
-, -, coal mines in waste ground called Barrow, in parish of; lxxxv. 115.
Streeter, Robert, debt to his father, as serjeant painter; lxxxvi. 130.
Strickland, Mr., and the letting of the shop, &c., under the Transfer Office; xcii. 59.
-, Sir Roger, outlawed and attainted of high treason; lxxxi. 100.
Stringer, Colonel, regiment for Ireland; lxxxi. 91.
-, -, -, additional company to; xci. 99.
Stuckey, Charlwood, gentleman; lxxxiii. 32.
-, Valentine, linendraper to King Charles II.; lxxxiii. 32.
Studholme, or Studholm, Michael, Esq., or Captain, keeper and guide of the roads; lxxxii. 60; lxxxvii. 71, 143; xc. 57; ci. 13, 42.
-, -, -, case of, &c., lxxxvii 82; xci. 83.
Studmaster in the late reign; xciv. 70.
-, to the private stud of the late ki[..] cii. 23.
Sturbridge Fair, wine licenses in; c. 22.
Sturt, Mr., or Anthony, Esq., cashier of victualling; lxxx. 73; xci. 53; xciv. 112; xcv. 16.
“Subject troops,” state of the poundage deducted from the; lxxxvii. 49.
Subsidies [or taxes]; lxxxi. 20; lxxxvi. 39; xcii. 37; xcvi. 20.
-, of tonnage and poundage, old and new; c. 100.
-, to the allies; lxxxv. 100; lxxxvi. 37; xcii. 36; xcv. 68, 107; xcviii. 24, 25, 68, 117; xcix. 7; cii. 30, 112; civ. 16.
-, her Majesty's proportion; c. 70; civ. 16.
Subsistence for the forces; lxxxvii. 62; xciii. 60; xci. 109; cii. 134.
Suffolk, wrecked goods on the coast of; lxxxiv. 98.
-, a justice of the peace for; lxxxv. 98.
Summer Islands, the, in America; lxxx. 140.
Sunderland, abuses in the customs of; lxxxv. 110.
-, Lord or Earl of; lxxxiv. 42; xcvii. 104; ci. 4, 105; cii. 115; ciii. 15, 23, 34, 74, 101.
-, Robert Earl of, grant to; lxxxiv. 22.
Sundial, a, provided at Westminster; xcvii. 36.
Supers; lxxxiii. 5; xc. 84.
-, depending on late Commissioners of Excise; lxxxi. 41.
Supply, Committee of, Irish House of Commons; lxxxvii. 77.
-, vote for, in Irish House of Commons; lxxxvii. 78.
Sureties for a receiver, insolvent; lxxxviii. 22.
Surgeon's mate, a, petition for pay of; xc. 111.
Surinam, Clifford's excessive damages at; xciv. 42.
Surplusage, payment out of; xci. 91.
Surrey, co. of, collectors and inhabitants of parishes in, prosecutions; ciii. 103.
-, -, receiver general for; xcix. 114; c. 67; ciii. 103.
Surridge, Thomas, petition for reward; lxxxiv. 121.
Surveyor General, the, reports of, references to, &c.; lxxxiv. 94; lxxxvi. 93; lxxxvii. 12, 141; lxxxix. 70; xc. 108; xciii. 99; xciv. 81, 117, 128; xcv. 26, 57, 76, 120; xcvii. 21, 70, 85; xcviii. 16, 26, 32, 58, 102; xcix. 18, 76, 120; ci. 61, 98; cii. 82, 131; ciii. 97, 105.
-, -, to make forth a constat; lxxxviii. 5.
-, -, the, report as to derelict lands; xcvii. 79.
-, -, the, for issue of money; xcix. 5.
-, -, as to delivery of certain records; xcix. 42.
-, -, clerk to the; xcvii. 79.
-, -, for Ireland, and the dog kennel near Phœnix Park; xcvi. 73.
Surveyors for duties on houses, marriages, births, &c., instructions for; lxxxiv. 36.
Sussex, coast of, visitation of; lxxxi. 18.
-, -, wool shorn on; cii. 61.
-, receiver for, or receiver general of taxes in; lxxxvii. 76; lxxxviii. 33.
-, under sheriff of; xciii. 54.
-, and Kent, surveyor general of the riding officers for the guard of the coast of; lxxxvi. 25.
-, Thomas, Earl of, his wife's portion, &c.; lxxxv. 4, 128.
-, Countess of, case of, as to marriage settlement, &c.; lxxxv. 128.
Sutton, Mr. Robert, ambassador to Turkey, allowance for mourning; lxxxiv. 142.
-, Marsh, arrears of rent for lands in; lxxxvii. 93.
Swainmote Court, in the New Forest, a conviction there; xci. 134.
Swalwell, John, one of H.M. tenants in Cumberland, petition; lxxxvii. 123.
Swans, H.M., the keep of. civ. 53.
Swanton, Capt., of the ship “Exeter,” embezzlements by; xcviii. 105.
-, -, Thomas; lxxxix. 65.
Sweden, King of; ciii. 83.
-, -, envoy extraordinary to; lxxxvii. 103; lxxxviii. 83.
-, -, a volunteer attending the, by the Queen's order; cii. 147.
-, pitch and tar preferred from; ci. 2.
Swedes and the iron manufacture; c. 91.
Sweet, Mr. [or Mr. Benjamin, Lord Ranelagh's deputy in Holland]; lxxxi. 6; lxxxiv. 11, 66, 143; lxxxv. 35, 86; lxxxvii. 1, 36, 47, 53, 57, 152; lxxxviii. 63; lxxxix. 76; xcv. 67, 68; xcix. 7, 44, 126; c. 15.
-, -, not able to satisfy payments in Holland; lxxxiv. 65.
-, -, the “treasurer;” xcvii. 35.
Swift, Mr. “Queen's solicitor;” lxxx. 63.
-, -, to take security of deputy postmasters in the country; lxxxvi. 36.
-, -, solicitor to the [post] office, salary for; lxxxvii. 19, 45.
Swift, H.M.S., with an express, forced into Gibraltar; xcv. 99.
Swinley rails in Windsor forest, rabbits to be destroyed near; xci. 108.
Swiss cantons; lxxxii. 88.
Switzerland; lxxix. 37; lxxxii. 88; xcvii. 14.
Sword-blade Company, the, in a very sinking state; xciii. 69.
Sybbald, Lieut. William, in Brigadier Hamilton's regiment, frauds, transports; xciii. 17.
Sydenham, Lieut. George; xcv. 97.
-, Walter and William, administrators of officers in the West India regiments, petitions of; xcv. 97.
Sydmouth, in the port of Exeter, a waiter, &c. dismissed from; xciv. 53.
Sylvius, Dame Anne, widow of Sir Gabriel de Sylvius, knight, envoy to Denmark, arrears; lxxx. 110.
Symons, John, of Falmouth, mariner, certificate of character; lxxxix. 84.