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Wadding, Michael, turned Protestant, and a sufferer by his conversion; lxxxi. 57: lxxxvii. 30.

Wade, Mr. “Amb.,” smuggled silk, &c. seized by; xc. 91.

Wager, Admiral, credit to be allowed to squadron of; ci. 49.

Wages; lxxix. 5.

-, for the navy, estimate of; lxxix. 67.

Wagget, Elizabeth, whose husband was killed at Badajos, petition; xcvii. 59.

Waite, Mr.; xcix. 103.

Wakefield, woollen manufacture at; lxxxiv. 15.

-, tower in the Tower of London, record office in the; cii. 27.

Walden, Henry, Lord, commissary general of musters, for a deputy in W. Indies, &c.; xci. 110; xcix. 10, 34.

Waldgrave, Henry, late Lord, discharge of debts of; xc. 93.

-, or Waldegrave, Lady, interest of, in first fruits and tenths, debts; xc. 93; xciv. 94.

Wales, auditor of; lxxx. 36; lxxxiii. 64; xcii. 63; ci. 58.

-, -, detention of accounts of the Alienation Office; lxxxiii. 13.

-, offices in, [land revenue]; lxxix. 122.

-, unnecessary employment of pursuivants to disperse proclamations through; lxxxv. 99.

-, North, receiver general for; lxxix. 13; cii. 124.

-, -, castles in; ciii. 105.

-, South, receiver general of land revenue of; cii. 31.

-, -, receivers of; lxxxiii. 64.

-, -, revenue of, fees; lxxxiii. 100.

-, -, taxes in, frauds; lxxxvi. 52.

-, North and South, accounts of the receivers of; ci. 58.

-, -, revenues of; ci. 58.

-, -, arrears out of land revenue of; cii. 2.

Walkden, Mr., one of the King's poulterers; lxxix. 10.

Walker, Mr.; c. 34.

-, -, in Col. Codrington's expedition; lxxxvii. 28.

-, Dr. George, late governor of Londonderry, as to a vote for support of his family, &c.; xciii. 102.

-, Mr., son of late governor of Londonderry, as to a pension to; xciii. 102, 134.

-, Captain Hovinden; ci. 88.

-, Mr. John [caveat]; lxxx. 53.

-, -, usher of Court of Exchequer; lxxx. 61.

-, -, clerk assistant in the House of Lords, petition; xciv. 40.

Wall, John, commander of the “Norton” galley, petition; xcv. 99.

Wallace, Mr., and others, of Glasgow, petition as to a ship seized; ciii. 96.

Waller, Dr., one of H.M. advocates, deceased, successor of; ci. 43.

-, Robert, Esq., she of St Mary's monastery in lease to; xciv. 128.

Walnut-tree ground in Hyde Park; lxxxvii. 100.

-, -, Lane, alias Carter Lane, in St. Olave's, Southwark, messuages in; xcvii. 21.

Walter, Mrs., unpaid pension; xci. 99.

-, P.; ciii. 109.

Walters, Mr., as to impresting money to, for Admiralty; lxxxvii. 75.

-, -, controller for the rights and perquisites of the Admiralty, trade with the enemy; lxxxv. 152.

-, Lieut.-Col. John, an assistant judge, appointed chief justice of Jamaica; xciv. 108.

Waltham forest, woodward of, &c,; lxxxix. 93.

-, -, sale of dotard and fallen trees in; xci. 3.

Walton, in Norfolk; xciv. 81.

-, Capt., company of, sent to Jamaica; xcvii. 10.

Walwood [forest affairs]; lxxxix. 93.

Wandesford, Elizabeth, and daughter; lxxxiii. 22.

Wanless, Capt.; xciii. 134.

-, -, William, taken on his passage to Jamaica by the French, as to pay; xci. 146.

Wapping, the French church at, report on; xcvii. 111.

War, the Secretary at; see Secretary at War.

-, expenses, &c. of the; xcii. 36; c. 77; ci. 3.

-, against France, a proposal for raising money for the; lxxxiii. 111.

-, in Italy, extraordinary expense accruing to her Majesty for; xcvii. 74.

“War Spright,” H.M.S., master's mate of; xcvi. 67.

Warburton, George, petition for an appointment; xcvi. 94.

Ward, Lieut.-Col., chief creditor of, in the W. Indies; xcvii. 47.

-, Sir Edward, Lord Chief Baron of Exchequer, as to the marshal of the Marshalsea; lxxx. 53.

-, -, -, Mr. Thompson's petition; xcvi. 12.

Wardour, Mr., [Pell] rolls in time of, as to engrossing, &c.; xcvi. 39.

-, Edward, Esq., a landwaiter, &c. in the port of London; xcviii. 13, 62.

Wardrobe, their Majesties', account of livery cloaks, &c. delivered into; lxxxix. 19.

-, office, estimate for furniture for; lxxxvi. 129.

-, Great. See Great Wardrobe.

Wards, Court of, calendars prepared for the service of the; xci. 117.

-, &c. in arrear, for an aid; lxxxv. 161.

Wareme alias Borckworme; lxxxvii. 2.

Waring, John, searcher at Chester; lxxx. 64.

Warner, John, master of H.M. barges, repair of the bargehouse; xcii. 29.

Warr, Mr.; lxxxi. 94.

-, R.; lxxxii. 44.

Warrants dormant, &c., payments by; lxxxiii. 108.

-, for customary allowances, how signed; xciv. 26.

Warren, Thomas, services about rights, &c. of the Admiralty; xciii. 122.

-, -, excise officer [at Bow], fraud; lxxxii. 4; xcviii. 74.

-, -, -, a prisoner in Newgate; xciv. 132.

Warren house, the, mentioned; xci. 71.

Warrington, as to shipping goods from a salt work or wharf at; xciii. 78.

Warter, J., for imprest; lxxxvii. 65.

Warters, John, Esq., Warren's petition, &c.; xciii. 122; xcix. 88.

-, -, barrister-at-law, duties on salt; lxxx. 17.

Warwick; lxxxii. 39.

-, borough of, as to a grant to the; lxxxviii. 34.

-, county of, land revenue in; lxxxiv. 123.

-, -, receiver general of the; xci. 96.

-, -, the collector and a supervisor of excise of, letter from; ci. 87.

-, -, the justices in, and the victuallers there; ci. 87.

-, Sir Ph., as to lands, &c. bequeathed by; lxxxviii. 83.

-, Ph. (son of Sir Philip) envoy extraordinary from K. Charles II. to King of Sweden; lxxxviii. 83.

Water-carters for watering the ring, &c. in Hyde Park; lxxxiv. 154.

Waterford; ciii. 15.

-, common council of, French refugee received into; lxxxvi. 134.

-, mayor, corporation, &c. of, certificate; lxxxvi. 134.

-, a lighthouse in the port of; xci. 71 (pp. 283, 284).

Waterhouse, Benjamin, secretary to the Postmasters General, for advance of salary; lxxxvi. 34.

Watermen, the Queen's; lxxxix. 37.

Waters, J., solicitor to the Admiralty, memorial; cii. 16.

Watkins, Capt., Swedish ship taken prize by; lxxxiv. 64.

Watley, John, of London, citizen and haberdasher; ci. 23.

Watson, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of St. David's, Mr. Lucy's dispute with, &c.; xc. 4; ci. 25.

-, -, -, deprivation of; lxxxi. 75.

-, -, -, prosecution of; c. 26.

-, John, for share of a reward; xciii. 14.

-, Judith, prosecutrix of two professed nuns; lxxx. 8.

Watts, Joseph, petition to transfer his place; ci. 52.

Weaver, Mr., or Thomas, Esq., receiver general of New York, accounts of revenues, &c.; lxxx. 74; lxxxii. 46; ciii. 72.

-, -, -, reasons for suspending; lxxxi. 106.

Webb, Mr.; xcix. 128.

-, Captain, of Col. Borr's regiment of marines; xcix. 34.

-, Richard, fined for exporting wool; lxxx. 125.

Weddell, Mr., salary of (Mint?); lxxix. 56.

-, -, Robert, prosecutor of clippers and coiners; lxxxv. 9.

-, -, -, clerk to the Warden of the Mint; lxxxix. 62; xciv. 74.

-, -, -, deputy to the Warden of the Mint, for reward for an apprehension; xcii. 8; xcvi. 50.

Weedon, Robt., Esq., late sheriff of Bucks, apprehension of a highwayman; lxxxiii. 25.

Weeks, Henry, postmaster of Bishop's Stortford, case of; lxxxv. 68.

Wegersloff, Mr. Toger, King of Denmark's commissary in England; lxxix. 87, 96.

Weights and measures, as to the standards for; see Scotland.

Wells in Norfolk; xciv. 81.

-, cathedral, a canon of, suffered sequestration, &c.; lxxxiv. 136.

-, Mr., letter of, arrest of one Wood; xcv. 6.

-, Mr. or Zachary, suit as to curacy of Aldgate; lxxxvii. 111.

-, -, grant of the living of Aldgate, case of; xcvii. 71.

Wenham, Mr., joint commissioner for office of receiver general of New York; lxxxii. 46 (p. 75).

Wenman, William, moneys for the keepers of Sherwood forest, &c.; xcv. 82.

Wentworth, Capt., commander of a company of Col. Handasyd's regiment, memorial; xciii. 125.

-, Guicciardine, a servant of the crown almost 40 years, for a pension; xciv. 114.

-, Peter, Esq., memorial as to Etienne Cambolive's estate; xciv. 25; xcv. 36.

West, Robert, and posts in North America; ci. 32.

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

-, Indies. See Indies, West.

Westcourt, manor of, when sold, &c.; xcvii. 85.

Western, Lambert, & Co., Messrs., a letter to, authorizing an advance; xcv. 72.

Westminster; lxxxv. 136; xcvii. 10, 13; xcviii. 51.

-, Abbey, funerals of commanders in; ciii. 104.

-, city and liberties of, service for Her Majesty in; xcix. 32.

-, Hall, &c., claim for lamps in; lxxxv. 49.

-, -, courts at, fines, &c. (greenwax); xc. 119.

-, -, -, a clock and bell necessary for; xcvii. 36.

-, inhabitants of, for redress from out-pensioners of Chelsea Hospital; xxxvii. 35.

-, justices of the peace and burgesses of, &c., petition for unstopping a passage; xciv. 72.

-, M.P. for; lxxxix. 36.

-, manor and bailiwick of, when and how granted; xcvii. 70.

-, palace at, housekeeper of; lxxxiv. 125.

-, old palace of; xcviii. 102.

-, sixth year's duty (1703) on houses in, account of; lxxxv. 161.

-, taxes; lxxxiv. 113; lxxxvii. 15.

Westmoreland, discovery of a gang of coiners in; xciv. 74.

-, Lady, land of; lxxxiv. 57.

-, -, -, timber belonging to the crown on; lxxxiv. 88.

-, Earl of, a grant to; ci. 79.

-, Francis, Earl of; lxxxiv. 88.

-, Mildmay, Earl of, brother to; lxxxiv. 136.

-, Thomas, Earl of, Cliff bailiwick; lxxxiv. 87.

Weston, Mr., or John, Esq., receiver general of the co. of Surrey, accounts, &c.; xcix. 114; c. 67.

Westwood, Mr., under-keeper of New Park, as to repairs, &c.; lxxxvii. 90.

Weymouth, collector of; xcvii. 83.

-, mayor and bailiffs of, a letter from; lxxxviii. 18.

-, Lord; lxxxiv. 124.

-, -, a loan made by; xcix. 82.

“Weymouth,” H.M.S. the, a seaman's widow retaken by; lxxxiv. 48.

Whalebone, cut, a report on; xcviii. 44.

-, smuggling, &c., of; c. 12.

Whale fins, traders, &c., in, a clause to be offered to Parliament; xcvii. 31.

Whaples, landwaiter; lxxx. 28.

Wharton, Lord; xciv. 89.

-, Sir George [Treasurer and Paymaster of Ordnance], accounts of, &c.; lxxxii. 57; lxxxvi. 43, 112; lxxxvii. 124.

-, Sir, or Mr., Polycarpus, his father's accounts, &c.; lxxxvi. 43, 112; lxxxvii. 27, 125.

-, -, petition as to Chilworth powder mills, &c.; lxxxvii. 127.

Wheale, Sir Thos., justice of the peace in Oxfordshire; lxxx. 79.

Wheeler, Sir Francis, lost in a storm; lxxxvii. 124.

Whetham, Mr.; cii. 4.

-, Col., memorial, musters, &c.; xciii. 28.

-, -, Thomas, petition; ci. 73.

Whetstone, Adml., prosecuted by Prize Commissioners; xciii. 52.

-, -, fleet of, to sail with bullion; xcix. 92.

-, [Admiral], or Sir William, convoys under; xciv. 108; xcix. 124.

Whitaker, Edward, mortgaged property in possession of, &c.; lxxxix. 54.

Whitbread, Henry, late receiver general of taxes for co. of Bedford, petition; xcv. 79.

Whitby; lxxxiii. 69.

-, removal of collector of Scarborough to; lxxxiv. 55.

-, collector of; ciii. 11.

Whitchurch, William, convicted of manslaughter, estate of; xcix. 64.

White, Mr., a proposal of, for a millmark on paper; lxxxix. 68.

-, Mr., owner of ironworks near the Forest of Dean; xcvii. 32.

-, -, an old quarrel with Mr. Foley; xcvii. 52.

-, -, of Bow, fund to pay off registered seamen; civ. 61.

-, Col. Robert, his late regiment; lxxx. 141.

-, Saml., counterfeit paper marks, &c.; xc. 102.

-, Thomas, sent for in custody; lxxxix. 102.

-, -, alias Whitebread, Jesuit attainted of high treason, estate of; lxxix. 108; xciv. 117.

White Tower, the, records there; xcv. 81.

-, -, Cæsar's chapel under the leads in; lxxxix. 147.

Whitehall, dated, &c.; lxxxvii. 13, 135; lxxxix. 111; xc. 11, 23; xci. 17, 45, 99, 147; xcii. 74; xciii. 8, 50, 79; xciv. 7; xciv. 31, 49, 105; xcv. 72, 73, 112; xcvi. 11; xcviii. 19, 20, 24, 48, 68, 81, 84, 107; xcix. 2, 10, 11, 31, 50, 59, 75, 81, 95; c. 40; ci. 16, 70, 71, 72, 76, 90, 94, 111; cii. 7, 8, 42, 67, 111, 115, 133; ciii. 12, 23, 63, 101.

-, bowling green at, lease of ground adjoining the; ciii. 97.

-, H.M. chapel at, allowance to officers of; lxxxvii. 20.

-, fire at; lxxx. 138; xcvi. 66.

-, guard houses at, claim for repairs; xciv. 140; xcv. 27.

-, gunners at, fire and candle for; xciv. 91.

-, the guns at, estimate for covering; lxxxvi. 42.

-, housekeeper of, the gate house let to, and rent; xcvii. 70.

-, -, lxxxviii. 30; ciii. 97.

-, the paper office at; xcix. 55.

-, palace of, commissioners for the land tax for, representation; ciii. 12.

-, repairs at, claims for; xciii. 131; xcix. 100.

-, sweeping of the street before; lxxxi. 29; lxxxvii. 128; lxxxviii. 30.

Whitehaven, the increase of the trade of the port of: lxxix. 48.

-, collector of, as to a French privateer, &c.; xc. 19; ciii. 78, 86.

Whiteside, parcel of manor of Grinton, mines in; lxxxix. 100.

Whitfield, Mr., desired by the colonels for paymaster of marines; lxxix. 76.

-, Mr. W. or Walter, Esq., paymaster of the marine regiments; lxxix. 121; lxxx. 75, 91; lxxxiii. 17, 40, 112; lxxxiv. 44, 100, 111, 151; lxxxv. 109; lxxxvi. 6; lxxxvii. 99, 107, 120; lxxxix. 24, 83, 86, 91; xciii. 114; xciv. 43, 55, 92; xcvi. 62; xcviii. 107.

-, C. W., money for marine regiments; lxxx. 22.

Whitford, Thomas, curate of Lostwithiell in Cornwall, annuity of; lxxx. 87.

Whitgrave, Thomas, of Moseley, co. Stafford, Esq., sole executor of his late father, arrears of pension; xciv. 29.

Whitley, Mr., subsistence of marine regiments; lxxxv. 83.

-, Morgan, lands of, in Denbighshire, rents from; xcii. 99.

-, -, formerly receiver of Chester and North Wales, affairs of; lxxxi. 82; lxxxiv. 62; lxxxv. 6; cii. 22.

-, Tho., Esq., a security of the receiver general for Cheshire, &c., petition; xciii. 26.

Whittett, John, clerk, late chaplain to English merchants at Dort, pension; lxxx. 66.

Whittlewood, forest of, lodges in; lxxxi. 35.

-, -, marking and setting out of; lxxxiv. 59.

-, -, master warden and ranger, office of; xcix. 128.

-, -, timber, &c. in; lxxx. 65; lxxxviii. 34; xciii. 47.

-, -, when granted, office of master forester, &c.; xcviii. 58.

Wichwood forest, lodges in; lxxxix. 101.

Wicks, Michael, late receiver of plantation duties; xcv. 61.

-, -, -, discovery of effects of, &c.; xciv. 85.

Widcombe, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.

Widowers, as to duties on; lxxxiv. 36.

Widows of those slain in the service, the Queen not able to provide for; ci. 94.

Wight, Isle of; ci. 37.

-, -, governor, &c. of, and receiver of the revenue; c. 4.

-, -, lieut.-governor of the; ciii. 61 (p. 548).

-, -, receivers general of aids for; lxxxv. 88.

Wigs, tax on, proposed; civ. 59.

Wilcocks, George, memorial as to Mr. Brerewood, &c.; xcvi. 8.

Wilcox, Mr.; lxxxv. 64; xci. 79; xcii. 115; xcv. 122; xcviii. 58.

-, Mr. Edward, reports, &c. in connection with the forest, timber, &c.; lxxxvii. 101, 106; lxxxviii. 7, 9, 23, 34, 43; lxxxix. 101; xc. 82, 85; xci. 3, 11, 18, 43, 108, 129; xcii. 16, 44, 54, 69; xciii. 7, 76; xciv. 50; xcv. 121; xcvi. 60, 89; xcvii. 6, 22, 32, 52, 117; xcviii. 93; xcix. 113; c. 36a; ci. 30, 69, 79; cii. 46, 140.

-, Mr., Surveyor General of H.M. woods south of Trent, Mr. Westwood's memorial; lxxxvii. 90.

Wild, Mr. Fras., report as to a goldsmith's bill; lxxxix. 75.

Wilderness, ground within the; lxxxvi. 75.

Wildman, Capt., one of Major General Stewart's regiment, petition for arrears; xcv. 90.

William [III.], King, arrears due to Eton College from; lxxxviii. 39.

-, -, conspiracy to assassinate, by whom discovered; lxxxviii. 3.

-, -, debts due to clerk of Great Wardrobe in reign of; lxxxvi. 62.

-, -, coronation fees of; lxxxi. 59.

-, -, master of the robes to; xcviii. 106.

-, -, master smith to; civ. 58.

Williams, Mr., proposals as to tin; xcv. 88; xcix. 97.

-, John, as to pension; lxxxiii. 79.

-, Sir Thomas, knight; lxxxiv. 3.

Williamson, Ralph, Esq., receiver general of taxes for Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland, petition of Mary, the widow of; xc. 56.

-, Robert, merchant, debt to (excise); lxxxiv. 27.

-, Sir Joseph; lxxxiv. 126.

Willibie, Northamptonshire, hundred of; lxxxiv. 57.

Willoughby, Christopher, Esq.. late Sheriff of Wilts, payment for apprehension of a highwayman; lxxxvi. 133.

“Willow Tree,” the ship, money seized on board; c. 11.

Wilmer, or Walmer, forest of; lxxxiv. 146.

Wilts, county of, collection of excise in; lxxxii. 18.

-, -, receivers of aids, land revenue in, &c.; xciii. 82; ci. 19, 81.

Winchelsea, Earl of; lxxx. 142.

-, Countess Dowager of, memorial as to certain rights; cii. 44.

Winchester, late bishop of, an annuity paid by, &c.; ci. 92.

-, bishopric of, in arrears for land tax; c. 67.

Windebank, Richard, gent., assignee of W. Hunt, Esq., effects of Mr. Wicks; xciv. 85.

Windham, Major General, off-reckonings of regiment of; lxxxvii. 70.

Windmill Fields, Westminster, piece of ground in a close called; cii. 131.

Window, William, Esq., agent for prizes to attend the squadron; lxxxv. 144.

-, Mr., agent for prizes with the Mediterranean fleet; xciii. 63; xciv. 28.

Window tax, charge of influencing a voter by excusing from the; c. 16.

Windsor; lxxxi. 59; lxxxiii. 37; lxxxvii. 45; xci. 92, 93, 94; xciii. 99; xciv. 123; cii. 62; ciii. 20, 61.

-, as to allowance for attendance on Her Majesty at; xcii. 26; xciv. 113.

-, claim for attendance and riding charges at; xciii. 110; xciv. 26.

-, H.M. removal to, cost of; xc. 100.

-, invalids at. See Invalids,

-, lodgings at, for the King of Spain; xc. 12.

-, painting at; lxxxi. 22.

-, Park, a part of; xcix. 45.

-, -, the Great, trees, &c. in the new riding making in; lxxxvii. 106.

-, paymaster of; xcviii. 16.

-, poor knights at; lxxxiv. 119.

-, St. George's chapel; lxxix. 52.

-, stables at; lxxxiv. 72.

-, works at; lxxxvi. 38, 78; xcii. 31.

Windsor Castle, Lord Treasurer's lodgings in; civ. 26.

-, -, plantations on north side of; lxxxii. 21.

-, -, an abstract of repairs, &c. at; xcix. 80.

-, -, works in round tower of; lxxxi. 86.

-, -, surveyor of works at; xcv. 123.

-, -, and honour, steward of; lxxx. 136.

-, corporation, mills purchased from, price, &c.; xcviii. 32.

Windsor Forest, money advised to be raised from; xcvii. 117.

-, -, list of officers and under-keepers of, and fees; lxxxix. 149; xc. 82.

-, -, cost of repairs, works, &c. in; lxxxvii. 101; xcv. 122.

-, -, Swinley rails in, ground fit for hunting; xci. 108.

-, -, timber felled in; xcviii. 16.

Windsor, Lord, a reformed cornet of regiment of; lxxxv. 58.

Wine bonds; lxxxiv. 8; xcvi. 34.

-, damaged, remedy against the sale of; xcii. 27.

-, gallon, the, as to settlement of the, &c.; xcii. 27.

-, -, for Scotland, as to the; cii. 45.

-, importation of, fraud in; lxxxvii. 82.

-, -, in casks containing one third more than they ought to hold; lxxxix. 58.

-, licences, office of, &c.; lxxx. 12; c. 90.

-, -, commissioners for granting; lxxxii. 50; c. 22.

Wines, the duty on, &c.; lxxxiv. 68; xcix. 53.

-, French, imported as Italian; lxxix. 33.

-, Hungary; lxxix. 49.

-, low, yearly income arising from the duties on; civ. 28.

-, Spanish, nolle prosequi; ci. 110.

-, and spirits, the sole author of the manner of advance upon; xcix. 20.

Wingfield, H.M. manor of, in Kent; lxxxi. 4.

Winstanley, Elizabeth, widow of Henry, petition for royal bounty; xciii. 30.

Winter, or Wintour, Lady, owner of iron works near Forest of Dean; xcvii. 32, 52.

-, Nehemiah, commander of the King William galley; lxxxii. 59.

-, quarters of Danish troops; lxxxvii. 151.

Wise, Mr. or Mr. Henry, gardener at Windsor, Hampton Court, Kensington, St. James's Park, &c.; lxxxi. 37; lxxxii. 21; lxxxiii. 77; lxxxiv. 61; lxxxvi. 18, 46, 85; lxxxvii. 55; lxxxviii. 75; xc. 30, 120; xci. 103, 145, 151; xcii. 110.

-, -, royal license to build on certain ground granted to, petition and reports; xcv. 120.

-, -, scheme for keeping up of H.M. gardens and plantations by; xcvii. 3.

Witch Street; ciii. 110.

Wivell, Capt. Francis, for reward for services at Vigo; xci. 57.

Wolfenbutell, Duke of, gratification to person who disarmed the; lxxx. 72.

Wolstenholme, Henry, younger son of Sir Thos. Wolstenholme, Bart., formerly receiver of duties from English plantations; lxxxviii. 22; xciii. 59.

Wombwell, Mr., Captain Baker's man, charges against; xcvii. 91.

Wood, Henry, “lost his estate for his service to the crown;” lxxxiii. 102.

-, Lady, and Mr. Rowe, suit between; xci. 27.

-, -, memorials of, &c.; xciii. 40; xcvi. 14.

-, Tho., of Little Harruden, arrested for selling tobacco; xcv. 6.

-, Mr. Thomas, appointment of, to surveyorship of house and marriage duties, &c. in Bedfordshire; xcv. 74.

-, Thomas, Esq., prize agent at Jamaica; xcvii. 89; xcviii. 69.

-, from Forest of Dean, price of; xcvi. 60.

-, sales, proposed payment out of; xci. 43; xciv. 50.

-, Street Counter; lxxix. 94.

-, -, -, prisoners in; lxxxvii. 130; lxxxviii. 73.

Woodcock, Daniel, distiller, arrears for excise duties; lxxxiii. 2.

-, Mr., distiller, general surveyor in the excise, as to appointment of; lxxxvii. 117.

Woodroffe, or Woodruff, Dr. [B.], Greek youths at Gloucester Hall, Oxford; lxxx. 113; lxxxvii. 142; xcv. 11; xciv. 104; xcvii. 27.

Woods, Surveyor of, Mr. Wilcox's accounts; xcv. 121.

-, -, part of the business of, &c.; cii. 85.

-, Trent North, Surveyor General of; xcv. 82; xcviii. 22.

-, Trent South, Surveyor General of, xcv. 17; xcvi. 1, 105; xcvii. 49.

Woodstock, money necessary to issue for; xciv. 123.

-, Park, negotiations about; xciii. 37.

-, Lord, Earl of Clancarty's estate; cii. 52.

-, Mr., through whom employed, and result; xcv. 21.

Woodward General, petition for a warrant to, to cut trees; xciii. 47.

-, Henry, a highway robber; lxxxiii. 25.

Wool, exportation of, &c.; lxxx. 122, 125; lxxxiv. 10; lxxxvi. 63; lxxxvii. 79; xci. 2; xcii. 60; xcvi. 100; c. 27; cii. 48.

-, -, from Ireland; lxxxix. 110.

-, -, from Scotland, under pretence to the Baltic; xcii. 84.

-, -, dragoons quartered in Kent to prevent; xcviii. 35.

-, a scheme for fines and forfeitures of; lxxxix. 112.

-, transport of; lxxix. 21; lxxxii. 26.

-, shorn on the coast, law for registering; cii. 61.

Woollen goods from Ireland, as to export of; xci. 1.

-, manufacture in Ireland, by whom worked, &c.; ci. 18, 72.

-, -, in Leeds, &c., Order in Council on petitions; lxxxiv. 15.

Wooley, Mr. Thomas, secretary to the E. I. Company, supply of saltpetre; ci. 55.

Woollet, the widow, petition, &c.; ciii. 23.

Worcester; lxxx. 92; lxxxi. 69; lxxxiv. 4.

-, battle of; xciii. 15; xcix. 21.

-, -, preservation of King Charles after the; lxxx. 139; lxxxiii. 58.

-, co. of, receiver of the land revenue for; xcii. 9.

-, the ship, as to the sufferings of the owners, &c.; ci. 105; cii. 41.

Works, office and officers of; lxxix. 6, 29, 54, 95; lxxx. 70, 93; lxxxii. 2, 21; lxxxiii. 81; lxxxiv. 61; lxxxv. 49, 85, 156; lxxxvi. 18, 24, 46; lxxxvii. 13, 55; lxxxviii. 1, 27, 32, 75; lxxxix. 43, 48, 92; xc. 29, 30; xci. 82, 83, 103, 123, 151; xcii. 46, 55; xciii. 106; xciv. 52, 143; xcv. 3, 38; xcvii. 9; xcviii. 71, 92; xcix. 105; ci. 42; cii. 27, 136.

-, -, as to appointment of serjeant painter; lxxxiv. 31.

-, -, debt to, at different periods, accounts of; lxxxv. 40, 51; lxxxvi. 147; lxxxvii. 33, 83; xci. 90; xcii. 13.

-, -, rules for the; xcv. 93.

-, -, estimates; lxxxvi. 42; xci. 9; xcii. 29.

-, -, necessities of artificers; lxxxi. 53.

-, -, as to petition for building the clock-house; xcviii. 41.

-, -, many poor families had received little since Christmas, &c.; lxxx. 108.

-, -, proper persons to do crown work; xcix. 127.

-, -, for salary due; ci. 35.

-, -, to cleanse the streets before Whitehall; lxxxviii. 30.

-, -, sums for Windsor; xcii. 31.

-, -, value of a marble inlaid table; xc. 44.

-, particulars of, for quarter ending June 1703; lxxxvii. 33.

-, Surveyor General of; ci. 83.

-, -, a power in the hands of; ciii. 62.

Worley, John, and other creditors of late Lord Waldgrave, petition; xc. 93.

Wormelayton, John, petition to grub up Rowley coppice; lxxxv. 70.

Worsley, James, and others, freeholders bordering on New Forest, memorial as to their claim to estovers; xcvii. 49.

Wotton, near Dorking, Surrey; lxxxvi. 106.

-, Thomas, goldsmith, for benefit of a mortgage; lxxxix. 54.

Wrayford, Robert, destroyed himself, claims on; xcviii. 94.

Wrecks, a grant of, renewed; ci. 16.

Wren, Sir Christopher; lxxix. 29; xcv. 3; xcix. 127.

-, -, estimates; lxxxi. 86; xci. 74; xcviii. 85; xcix. 122.

-, -, memorials; xcv. 78; ci. 83.

-, -, reports; lxxxvi. 38; lxxxvii. 126; lxxxix. 41; xc. 78; xci. 66, 117; xciii. 131; xcviii. 51, 83, 102; xcix. 43, 55, 80, 99; c. 45; ci. 4; cii. 35; ciii. 7, 8, 62.

-, -, a design by; ci. 4.

Wright, Broughton, agent for the rights, &c. of the Admiralty; xcix. 88.

-, N., keeper of Her Majesty's seal, the salary of; lxxix. 46.

-, Lord Keeper, a decree of; xcvii. 93.

Writtle, Captain John, France supplied with victuals, &c. from Ireland, &c.; cii. 48.

Wroth, John, jun., Esq., a captain of horse, as to his fitness for a receiver generalship; xcviii. 98.

Wurtemberg, xcvii. 14.

-, Charles Roudolf, Duke of, Danish troops; lxxxvi. 125; lxxxvii. 25, 151.

“Wurtemberg Oelse,” as to a regiment of; lxxxvii. 151.

Wyatt, Walter, a tax officer for co. of Gloucester, allowance to; xci. 97.

Wyberton, manor of, near Horncastle, Lincolnshire; lxxix. 108.

Wybird, Mr., one of the King's poulterers; lxxix. 10.

Wyndham, Sir Edward, Bart., Dame Catherine, widow of, an arrear to the crown; xciii. 68.

-, Thomas, Esq., fine for the renewal of a lease; xciv. 31.

Wynn, John, deputy solicitor for the prizes; lxxxii. 70.

-, -, -, recommended for promotion; xcvi. 55.

-, Sir John, Bart., steward of the lordship and manors of Bromfield and Yale, in the co. of Denbigh; lxxxix. 21.

Wynne, Col., regiment of; xcviii. 20.

-, Dorothy, widow of Dr. Owen Wynne, profits of seal of Anglesea, &c.; lxxx. 36.

Wynyarde, Anne, alias Incledon, Her Majesty's housekeeper at Westminster; lxxxiv. 125.

Wyvell, Major; cii. 74.

-, Capt. Francis, commander of H.M.S. “Barfleur” at Vigo expedition; lxxxv. 66; lxxxvii. 109; xcii. 75.

Wyvill, Francis, receiver general of taxes for York, Durham, and Northumberland; lxxxvi. 28.



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