“Tacks” in Scotland; xcv. 106; ci. 15.
Tadpool, the fishing of; xciv. 117.
Tagg, William, keeper of the privy garden gate leading to the cockpit; lxxx. 138.
Tailer, or Tailour, Mr.; lxxxiv. 82; lxxxvii. 123, 125: lxxxviii. 71.
-, -, clerk to the surveyor general, derelict land; xcvii. 79.
-, John, as to Woodstock incumbrances; xciii. 37.
Talbot, Capt. Henry, of Sir M. Brydges' regiment, family and services of; xcvi. 13.
-, Mrs., widow, petition; xcvi. 13.
Tallard, Marshal, prisoner of war, to be conducted to Nottingham; xciii. 56.
Talley, manor of; lxxxiii. 100.
Tallies, notices of; lxxix. 57; lxxx. 77; lxxxii. 24, 50: lxxxiv. 115, 147; lxxxv. 82, 92, 124, 125; lxxxvi. 37, 73, 95; lxxxviii. 2, 68; lxxxix. 3, 45; xc. 86, 115; xci. 36: xciii. 46; xciv. 99; xcv. 50: xcviii. 10; xcix. 58; cii. 9: ciii. 87, 108.
-, writer of, as to office of; lxxix. 118.
-, on customs, fee for joining; lxxxix. 57.
Tally Court, officers of, petition as to tallies struck, annuities, &c.; xci. 35; xciii. 13.
-, -, -, answer to a complaint; xciv. 71.
-, -, -, as to fees not received; ci. 93.
-, -, in the receipt of Exchequer, seven officers and clerks of, petition; xciv. 99.
Talman, Mr., substitute to the superintendent of the Hampton Court gardens; xciii. 106.
Tanfeild, in the bishopric of Durham, mortgage of a royal estate in; xc. 71.
Tangier; lxxxvi. 121, c. 73.
-, [Danyan's] house at, ready money taken from; xcvi. 87.
-, garrison of, victualling, &c. of; lxxxiii. 92.
-, -, treasurers for; xcv. 35.
-, governor and deputy governor of; lxxxvii. 11; xc. 10.
-, storemaster to; lxxxvii. 140.
Tankerville, the Earl of; lxxix. 22.
Tapestry house at Mortlake; lxxxiv. 22.
-, manufacture, messuages granted for, release of condition; lxxxv. 11.
Tarragona, ammunition wanted for; xcvi. 28.
-, captured; xcvi. 51.
Taunton; lxxx. 3.
-, Dutch troops quartered at, &c.; xcix. 110.
-, Dean, a tenement parcel of, chantry lands in; xcix. 18.
Tauro or Tora galleon, actual captor of the, at Vigo, &c.; xci. 57; xcii. 75.
Taverner, Mr.; ciii. 57.
Tax, assessment for a; xc. 30.
-, of the twentieth part [Ireland], as to the; ci. 90.
Taxes, agents for, reports, &c.; lxxix. 13, 66; lxxx. 10; lxxxi. 42, 76, 109; lxxxii. 67, 71, 72; lxxxiii. 23; lxxxiv. 36, 62; lxxxv. 10, 15, 38, 88, 120: lxxxvi. 28; lxxxvii. 15, 32, 72, 76; lxxxviii. 11, 15, 33; lxxxix. 4, 42, 55, 69; xc. 16, 84, 89, 123, 127; xci. 59, 63, 96, 97; xcii. 12; xciii. 25, 26, 61, 74, 82, 92, 93; xciv. 69; xcv. 41, 48, 74, 86, 102, 111, 118; xcvi. 63, 88; xcviii. 98; xcix. 114; c. 16; ci. 26, 81; cii. 20, 124, 126.
-, -, prosecutions against collectors, &c.; ciii. 103.
-, -, charges of a commission, memorial; xcvi. 48.
-, allowance for collection of; lxxxvi. 28.
-, allowed, certain; cii.. 46.
-, arrears of, proposal for recovering, &c.; lxxxvii. 32.
-, commissioners of, process against; lxxix. 4.
-, Commissioners of Trade liable to the; xciv. 38.
-, deductions for, out of an annuity; xcv. 14.
-, frauds in the reception of, detection of; lxxxvi. 52.
-, paid by Kingston-upon-Thames; xciii. 25
-, receivership of, petition for; lxxxiv. 113.
-, receivers-general for; lxxxvii. 32.
-, on salaries, exemptions, remissions, &c.; lxxxi. 70; lxxxv. 18; lxxxvii. 73; lxxxix. 12, 127; xci. 16; xciii. 16; xciv. 33, 87, 133; xcvi. 79; cii. 129.
-, stoppage of, on pensions; xciv. 61.
-, which ought to have been paid, a bequest in satisfaction of; xciii. 109; xciv. 57.
Taxing the Order of the Garter, petition against, &c.; lxxxiv. 119.
Taxmen, the late, promise to show their books; cii. 97.
Taylor, Mr., statement of Anne Bowtell's case; xci. 141.
-, or Taylour, Mr., Mr. J., or John, Esq.; lxxxi. 59, 61, 63; lxxxiv. 42, 119; lxxxvi. 103; lxxxvii. 30; xc. 99; xci. 65, 87; xciii. 134; xciv. 18, 123; xcv. 67, 72, 78, 91; xcvii. 119; xcviii. 11, 22, 24, 61, 66, 82, 96; xcix. 47; c. 33; ci. 95; cii. 62, 97, 113; ciii. 67.
-, -, fees to be paid to; lxxxv. 24.
-, -, in Palmal Court, a letter of introduction to; xciv. 122.
-, -, Treasurer's Remembrancer's office; lxxxiii. 69.
-, -, -, as to arrears of taxes; lxxxvii. 32.
-, -, at the Lord Treasurer's lodgings in Windsor Castle; civ. 26.
-, Mich., late collector of North Shields, securities for; lxxxvi. 140.
-, Richard, the estate, &c. of; xciii. 69, 70.
-, Mr. Richard, paymaster of the million lottery tickets, effects of, fees paid by, &c.; xcv. 40, 105.
-, Capt., or Mr. William, keeper of the Gatehouse prison, Westminster, claim of, for lodging French officers and prisoners of war, &c.; lxxxvii. 135; xcii. 17.
Teale, Mr., as to petition of, for payment for medicines; xcii. 104.
Tellers, the, manage office of annuities; lxxxv. 71.
Tempest, the late; see Storm.
Temple, Master of the, pension of; xciv. 80.
-, Sir John; lxxxiv. 22.
-, Sir Richard, regiment going to Ireland; lxxxi. 91.
Teneriffe, prizes taken at; lxxxix. 61.
Tenison, Henry, Esq., of Dublin, petition as to the dog kennel, Phœnix Park; xcvi. 73.
Tenths, arrears for; lxxxvi. 108.
Terrell, Ellis, Esq. (name spelt in various ways), agent for prizes at Lisbon; lxxxvii. 137; lxxxix. 114; xc. 96; xcii. 4; xciv. 28; xcviii. 66; xcix. 103.
-, -, -, guns, &c., delivered to Portuguese king, unpaid for; xcv. 31.
-, -, -, appointment; lxxxv. 144.
Teviott, Lord, officers of [his regiment]; lxxxiv. 17.
Thames, the; lxxix. 35; lxxxiv. 22; lxxxv. 149.
Thanet, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of, for a grant to erect a penny post office at Dublin; lxxxix. 35; xcviii. 78.
-, Isle of, rights, &c., of the Admiralty at, service in connexion with; xciii. 122.
“Thirty per cent.”, payment out of the; xci 62.
Thomas, Captain, as to pension of; xci. 98.
-, Charles, Esq., H.M. casual receiver and prize officer; xcii. 76.
-, Captain Henry, application for relief, &c.; lxxxv. 3, 107; lxxxvi. 4.
-, Dalby, lieutenant, of H.M. fireship “Hawk,” deed of assignment; ciii. 110.
-, Mr. Samuel, going as chaplain to Carolina; lxxx. 94.
-, Susan, daughter of Charles Thomas, late treasurer of Barbadoes, petition; ci. 60.
-, William, letter in favour of Mr. Merrick; xcv. 65.
Thompson, Mr. Leonard, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer, for leave to resign in favour of another; xcvi. 12.
-, Mr. Richard, clerk of the quit rents, Lady Dorchester's arrears; c. 38.
-, Captain Robert, late Commander of H.M.S. “Canterbury,” thought to be mortally wounded, share of prize; xciii. 124.
Thornburgh, George, a prisoner in Queen's Bench, a security; lxxxv. 26.
-, John, a Queen's messenger in ordinary, petition; cii. 19.
Thornton Bridge, Yorkshire, estate of; lxxxi. 100.
-, Lancelot; lxxxiv. 42.
-, William, principal of Hart Hall, Oxford, petition as to certain exhibitions; xciii. 100.
Thorold, Sir J.; lxxxi. 94.
Thoydon, Rowley Coppice in parish of; lxxxv. 70.
Thrale, Mr. [John], memorial as to four companies at New York; lxxxv. 139.
-, Margaret, his widow; xc. 98.
-, John, formerly manager of the million and malt lotteries, for an appointment; lxxxvii. 87.
“Three galleons,” appraisement of the; lxxxiv. 96.
Thurston, Mr. John, agent to Captain Lloyd's company; xciii. 116.
Thwaites, Richard, citizen and vintner of London, petition as to prize wines; cii. 13.
Thynn, Mr. Thomas, late commission officer for the 4½ per cent. custom at Antigua; xc. 20.
Tilbury Fort, governor of, pay of; lxxxi. 52.
-, -, affronts paid to customs officers by; cii. 139.
Tilson, Mr., proceeds of sale of trees, &c.; lxxxviii. 23; cii. 28.
-, or Tillson, Mr., or Christopher. Esq., at the Treasury Office; lxxx. 29, 132; lxxxi. 110; lxxxvi. 23, 88; lxxxvii. 93; xcii. 66; xcix. 3, 18; ci. 58; cii. 2, 23.
Timber blown down, as to; lxxxviii. 7.
-, difficulty of procuring; c. 36a.
Tin, mention of; lxxxvii. 67; lxxxix. 6, 13; xc. 22; xciv. 52, 102, 123; xcix. 7, 97.
-, carried to Lisbon, as to; ci. 50.
-, made and coined in Cornwall, &c., lxxxv. 20; xcviii. 115.
-, coined in Cornwall and Devon, abstract of, and names of tinners; c. 69.
-, -, petition to be commissioner for; lxxxvii. 87.
-, dollars proposed to be allowed to each cwt. of; xciii. 126.
-, export trade in; xcii. 109.
-, halfpence and farthings obliged to be exchanged for copper by tale; lxxxiv. 138.
-, -, contract for; lxxxiv. 138.
-, as to calling in of; lxxxvi. 102.
-, H.M. proposals for better vending and disposing; xcii. 40; xcv. 88.
-, mines, the locality of the; xcix. 97.
-, officers for, quarterly payments for the coinage, &c., xcviii. 111.
-, pre-emption of, farm of the; lxxxvi. 66.
-, trade, the, certificate of eligibility for; lxxxix. 84.
Tinmouth, see Invalids.
-, Castle, governor of; xcvii. 40.
Tinte, Captain Edward, petition as to bounty of captains of marines; xcv. 7.
Tinwald Court, a, in the Isle of Man, proceedings in; xc. 116.
Tipperary, co. of, lands in, purchased by Her Majesty, as to grant of; cii. 14.
Tirconnell, Lord, the only officer turned out by, restored by King James; lxxxv. 3; lxxxvi. 4.
Tiviott, Viscount, allowances to his regiment; lxxix. 71.
Tobacco duties; lxxxiv. 8; lxxxv. 77, 79.
-, -, salary out of; lxxxv. 87.
-, -, money sent to pay, seized and condemned; xcvi. 33.
-, -, in Virginia, revenue from; xc 33; xciv. 79.
-, exported from Pennsylvania, 1d. a pound on; lxxix. 78.
-, great loss on, for want of convoy; ci. 5.
-, method to prevent fraudulent drawbacks on; xcviii. 42.
-, ships laden with, number from Maryland, &c.; xcix. 79.
Tobago; ciii. 68.
Tollet, Charles, as to payment of certain French regiments; xcix. 28.
Tolmash, Lieutenant, shot through the body at Vigo; lxxxv. 58.
Tonnage and poundage, subsidies of; c. 100.
Tontine, a kind of, for raising money; lxxxiii. 110.
Tooke, Mr., petition, Mr. Burnaby's affairs and business of the prize office, as to, xc. 103.
Topham, Richard, Esq., memorial for repair of record office at the Tower of London; cii. 27.
Torbay; lxxx. 66; ci. 48.
-, three French regiments reduced at; xcix. 78.
-, Turks escaped out of French gallies in; lxxxv. 8.
Torrington, Earl of, renewal of peace with Algiers by; xc. 11.
Tortosa submitted to K. Charles III.; xcvi. 51.
-, stores transported from; cii. 87.
Touch, Peter la, governor of the late Queen's pages of honour, for arrears of pension; lxxxv. 81.
Toulon, English prisoners at; xciv. 19.
-, corn, &c., for the expedition to, account; civ. 22.
Tourine, the army to march towards; lxxxvii. 2.
Tourton, N., or Nicholas, proposals to remit money; xcvi. 116; c. 104.
Tower of London; lxxx. 40.
-, mint and coinage in the; ci. 68; cii. 40.
-, melting house of the, silver delivered into; lxxxiv. 108.
-, the mint in the, a clerk to he sent to Scotland; cii. 57.
-, [ordnance] office in the, a robbery in, allowed for; cii. 6.
-, records in; lxxxix. 147; xc. 64; xci. 117; xciii. 115; cii. 27.
-, -, details for preservation, &c. of; xcii. 32.
-, -, keeper of, chief clerk to; xci. 130.
-, the, suitable for the paper office; ci. 4.
-, as to lodging the tin in the; lxxxix. 6; xcii. 68.
-, yeoman warders of the, petition of, for more pay; xcii. 56.
-, the White, the records in; xciv. 130.
-, Hill, master workmen employed on the Victualling Office on, petition; xc. 15.
-, Hook, Waterford, the lighthouse at; xci. 71.
-, Street, receiver's office in; lxxxi. 105.
Townsend, Capt., commissioner of the navy at Portsmouth; c. 36a.
-, -, -, trees for the navy; ci. 33; cii. 28.
-, Mr. Geo., a commissioner of excise, a bounty to; ci. 22.
-, Mr. Thomas, office of clerk of the robes, &c.; lxxxiv. 42.
-, -, clerk of the great wardrobe, for debts due to; lxxxvi. 62.
Trade and Plantations Commission, expenses, &c.; lxxx. 107.
-, -, commissioners for, or board of, and affairs of (reports, &c.); lxxxii. 53; lxxxv. 43, 157; lxxxviii. 52; lxxxix. 2a, 12, 15, 50, 63, 79, 97; xc. 2, 42, 83, 87; xcii. 51; xciii. 10, 80, 89; xciv. 141; xcv. 2, 12, 66, 112, 116; xcvi. 41; xcvii. 8, 10, 73, 77; xcviii. 50, 101; xcix. 85; c. 51, 59; ci. 2, 11, 95; cii. 85, 111; ciii. 63, 93.
-, -, -, arrears of salary; lxxxv. 52; xciv. 38.
-, -, a single agent for the, not desirable; ciii. 63.
-, and revenue, considerations of; lxxxvii. 121.
Tradesmen's bills for his late Majesty's mourning on the death of King James; lxxxiii. 73.
Trading ships, keeper of the register of, salary to, &c.; ciii. 27.
Train, ordnance stores, &c. for a; xcviii. 54.
-, bands, as to exemption of Exchequer clerks from service in the; xcii. 111.
Transfer Office, keeper of the, shop, &c. under the; xcii. 59.
Transire, blank form of a, for goods from Scotland; civ. 40.
Transport or Transports, Commissioners of; lxxxi. 67; lxxxv. 65; lxxxvii. 51; lxxxviii. 72; lxxxix. 95; xcvi. 10, 117; xcvii. 4; xcviii. 19; c. 5; ciii. 101.
-, -, and their instructions; xciii. 77.
-, -, propositions for regulating their office; xciv. 41.
-, -, late agent to, at Lisbon, and petition for the appointment; xcvi. 94.
-, -, the key of the cash; c. 28.
-, -, memorials; civ. 7.
-, Office or service; lxxix. 35; xcii. 36; xciii. 77.
-, ships; lxxxv. 126; xc. 114; xciii. 17; c. 82.
Transports, agent of, in Holland; lxxxviii. 19.
-, receiver and paymaster for;, cii. 5.
-, treasurer of the; c. 28.
Transportation, money seized on; lxxxvii. 8.
-, of H.M. forces, affairs of those appointed to take care of; lxxxvii. 10.
-, -, by sea, scheme for management of; xc. 24.
Trant, Sir Patrick, debt on estate of; xci. 104.
Travelling charges of the serjeants-at-arms, precedents for the allowance of, &c.; xciii. 111.
Travers, John, Esq., customer of the city of Cork, as to surrender of his letters patent; xcvii. 87.
-, S., or Samuel, Esq., surveyor general (reports, &c.); lxxx. 50, 112; lxxxi. 4, 19, 101; lxxxiv. 22, 30, 63, 72, 87, 88; lxxxv. 89, 91, 163; lxxxvi. 75; lxxxvii. 86; lxxxviii. 35; lxxxix. 93, 98, 100; xci. 34; xciii. 37, 99; xciv. 117, 128; xcv. 76; xcvii. 70; xcviii. 16, 51, 102; xcix. 18, 76, 120; ci. 61, 98; cii. 82; ciii. 105.
Treasham, Mr. Thomas, not fitted for accountantship of the distillery, xcvii. 11.
Treasurer, the Lord High, passim.
-, of the Chamber. See Chamber.
Treasurer's Remembrancer, deputy of; lxxxiv. 95.
Treasury, the, or Treasury Office; lxxxi. 96; xcii. 66; xciii. 81; xciv. 104; xcviii. 61.
-, alterations in the; lxxxvi. 31.
-, commissioners or lords of the, referred to; xcvii. 85; cii. 92.
-, -, concealed estates; lxxxviii. 40.
-, fees paid at the; lxxxiii. 76; lxxxv. 24.
-, Irish business depending at the; xci. 147.
-, law expenses; lxxxvii. 111.
-, money issued out of the; xciii. 116.
-, officers of the, monthly account of fees to the; lxxxviii. 54; civ. 4.
-, -, sums presented to; ci. 1.
-, papers at the, to be laid before Lord Treasurer; xcii. 107.
-, -, abstracts of; xciii. 36.
-, solicitor to the; lxxxix. 52.
-, chambers, the; xcvi. 29; xcix. 11.
-, -, in the cockpit, state papers proposed to be removed to; xcix. 55.
-, minutes, for account from; lxxxvii. 84.
-, Irish, robbery at the; cii. 12.
-, in Scotland, Commissioners of, a “tack” agreed upon by; ci. 15.
-, -, -, or Lords of the, money for the forces, &c.; cii. 104; ciii. 4.
-, -, -, judgment of the justices stopped by; ciii. 6.
-, -, as to standard weights for; cii. 40.
Treaties for 1705, memoranda as to; civ. 16.
Treaty between Her Majesty and the States General and Duke of Saxe Gotha; lxxxv. 2.
Tredenham, Joseph, or Sir Joseph, joint controller of the accounts of the army; lxxxvii. 80; xc. 50, 94; xci. 50, 127; xciii. 42; xcvii. 10.
Trefusis, Mr., improvements for packet boats; xcvii. 84.
-, James, petition for the treasures gained by a diving machine patented by; lxxxix. 111.
Trematon Castle, anciently the seat of Earls of Cornwall, state of; lxxxix. 98.
Trench, William, Esq., salary for prosecution of criminals by; xcii. 72.
Trenchard, Sir John; xcix. 110.
Trent; lxxxiv. 84.
-, the river, derelict lands; xcvii. 79.
-, -, maintenance of bridge over; xcvii. 17.
-, North, surveyor general of woods; lxxxv. 169.
-, South, surveyor general of woods; lxxxv. 70; lxxxvii. 90; xcv. 17.
Tresane, Sir Wm., Bart., escheat to the crown for defect of heirs of; xciv. 117.
Treves, Elector of, poor state of, &c.; lxxxvii. 14.
-, -, subsidies for; lxxxiv. 11; lxxxvii. 89; xcviii. 25.
Trevor, Lord Chief Justice; ci. 98.
-, -, -, salary; lxxxi. 36.
-, Samuel, Esq., surveyor general of H.M. lands, letter to, as to mines; xc. 1.
-, Sir John, constable of the castle of Flint, &c., as to memorial of; ci. 99.
Trinity House and Eliz. Winstanley's petition; xciii. 30.
Tripoli, H.M. consul at; lxxxv. 125; lxxxvi. 19, 100.
-, envoy of, as to memorial of; lxxxiv. 33, 34.
-, &c., presents to governments of; lxxxiv. 90.
Trissell, Alexander, servant to Sir Roger Strickland, seized for treasonable practices; lxxxi. 100.
Troops, clearings for; lxxxvi. 138; lxxxvii. 49.
-, conveyance of; lxxxvi. 83.
-, repartition of; lxxxvi. 116.
-, acting with the allies, expenses of; lxxxiv. 91.
-, additional, establishments of; lxxxvi. 90; xciv. 17.
-, -, money received and paid for; lxxxvii. 53.
-, foreign. See Foreign Forces.
-, in Flanders; lxxxvii. 138.
-, of augmentation; lxxxvi. 127; lxxxvii. 46.
-, -, advance and remittance for; lxxxv. 37; lxxxviii. 12.
-, -, establishment of the: lxxxvi. 45, 127.
-, -, money payable by Her Majesty and the States General for; lxxxvi. 149.
-, -, computation of pay; lxxxvii. 56; lxxxviii. 46.
-, -, supply for; lxxxvii. 57.
-, -, from the Hague, treaty of repartition for, as to; lxxxvi. 138; lxxxvii. 1, 36, 46, 47.
-, -, &c., in the Low Countries, charge of; c. 107, 108, 109.
-, various, sums for; lxxxvi. 138.
Trotter, Mr. George, collector of Scarborough; lxxxiv. 55; ciii. 11.
Troy river; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Troy weights to be made for the mints; ci. 68.
Trubshaw, Charles, gent., petition as to a debt; lxxxix. 137.
Truce, a flag of, violated; xciv. 2.
Trumbull, Sir Wm., Col. Bynn's pension; lxxx. 1.
Trumpeters, precedents for liveries to the; lxxxix. 19.
Truro, liberties to the borough of, and rights, &c. of the traders there; lxxxvii. 121.
-, Tin Office; xcviii. 111.
-, and Exeter, as to establishing a post between; lxxxvii. 134.
Tryon, Rowland, merchant, attorney to the lieut.-governor of St. Christopher, for salary of latter; xciv. 12.
Tuck, Henry, an executor of Ann James, custody of an idiot; lxxxi. 34.
Tucker, Mr., keeper of the Paper Office at Whitehall; xcix. 55.
-, Hannah the wife of William, of Axminster, in co. of Devon, petition as to custody of an idiot, &c.; lxxxix. 5.
-, J., allowance to the Seaford magistrates; lxxxix. 138.
-, John, Esq., at the Treasury; xcix. 103.
Tunbridge, Lord, regiment of; xcix. 59, 75.
Tunis, consul in, 1686; lxxxv. 125.
-, government of, presents to; lxxxiv. 90.
-, -, expenses of the ratification of peace with; lxxxix. 65.
-, peace between Holland and; lxxxiv. 34.
Tuppen, one, carried into, and brought back from France; lxxxix. 138.
Turin, proposal for furnishing bills on; lxxxiv. 155.
-, H.M. envoy at; xcvi. 51; ciii. 101.
-, remittances of money to, as to regulation of; xciii. 84.
-, subsidies to be paid at, &c.; xc. 9.
Turkey; xcvii. 108.
-, merchants and exportation of tin; xcii. 109.
Turks, escaped, assisted; lxxxv. 8.
-, two, belonging to Algier, subsistence, &c., of; lxxxv. 80.
-, the, two solemn festivals, presents at; xc. 11.
Turnbull, Mr., memorial as to treatises on Scotch law; civ. 47.
Turner, William, for appointment as yard keeper; lxxxvi. 136.
Turpynagh, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Turton, Mr. Justice, superseded, salary; lxxxi. 36.
Tuscany, Great Duke of; lxxxiii. 106.
Tushingham, George, gent., mines granted to, &c.; lxxxix. 100.
Tutchin, Mr. John, articles against Mr. Castleton, &c.; lxxx. 63, 68, 111.
-, -, mismanagements of the penny post; lxxx. 119.
Tweed, the river, annuity for repair of the bridge over; lxxxix. 29.
Twiddall, John, captain of the invalids at Chester, certificate; lxxxv. 106.
Twitty, Mr.; lxxxv. 151.
-, Mr. Charles; lxxxvi. 29, 32.
-, -, clerk to Lord Halifax, and service in the train bands; xcii. 111.
“Two Million Act,” the, petition for pardon of all breaches of; xcv. 8.
Tydesmen, a person on the list of; xcviii. 13.
Tyndal, Mr. William, proposal as to the revenue of the tin; xcv. 113.
Tynemouth, poor inhabitants of, subsistence of a company of invalids; lxxxvii. 122.
-, Castle, invalids at, medicines for; lxxx. 129; lxxxvii. 122. See also Invalids.