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'Index of persons and Places: B', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 454-465. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82954 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Baarsenburgh, — van, Yeoman of the Robes, 389.

Baba (Babba) Ahamet, Dey of Algiers, 340.

Baba Mahamet (Babba Mehomet), gift from the Consul at Algiers, 340.

Baba (Babba) Mustapha, gift from the Consul at Algiers, 340.

Babe, Mr., to be heard, 94, 106, 109.

Baber, John, late Solicitor for prosecuting causes before the Grand Commissioners of Excise and Commissioners of Appeals in Excise, 2, 13, 17, 38, 39, 43, 112, 113, 124, 128, 134, 166, 220, 232, 262, 303, 322; appointed Comptroller of First Fruits and Tenths, 43, 171.

-, Joshua, renewal of lease of lands in Somerset, 192, 256, 266.

-, -, son of Joshua, 256.

-, William, son of Joshua senior, 256.

Babergh, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Babington, —, lieutenant in Columbine's regiment, 438.

-, Amy, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Bache, William, the King's smith, 343.

Badby, Edward, lands in Kent, 235.

Baddesworth [Badsworth], co. York, 194.

Baddow. See Great Baddow; Little Baddow.

Badham, Charles or John, chaplain to Brigadier Wyndham's regiment, 165, 183.

Badham House, co. Berks, 177.

Badsworth. See Baddesworth.

Bagbycote, co. York, tenement called, 195.

Bag Enderby, Baggenderby, co Lincoln, 183.

Baglands alias Little Buggs, co. Essex, 315.

Bagshaw, —, captain, 82.

-, John, sheriff of co. Derby, 357, 410.

Baiker Reis (Baker Raise, Biker Raise), "tobacco for delivered up men out of," 341.

Baines, —, landwaiter, 2, 5, 122. See also Baynes, W.

-, Henry, tenement in Leeds, 375.

Bainton, William, lands in Northumberland, 420.

Baker, Henry, Treasury Solicitor, accounts, 13, 45, 129; directions to, matters referred to, etc., 1, 38, 40, 51, 53, 54, 57, 65, 79, 98, 102, 165, 185, 224, 246, 248, 262, 279, 288, 293, 383, 389, 398, 424, 448; directions to, etc., concerning owlers, 36, 108, 111, 167, 262, 263, 431, 439; issues for, 1, 52, 61, 88, 92, 96, 103, 119, 122, 169, 188, 213, 242, 245, 300, 308, 335, 357, 359, 397, 440, 441.

-, -, grant of the Tennis Court to, 13, 14.

-, Nicholas, Treasury Solicitor, accounts, 13, 61, 129; directions to, matters referred to, etc., 18, 20, 27, 28, 40, 63, 123, 136, 165, 253, 339, 432: issues for, 38, 63, 164, 165, 248, 250.

-, [Thomas], Consul [at Algiers], 22, 36, 340.

Baker Raise. See Baiker.

Balchill, —, 41.

Baldwin (Baldwyn), —, pirates' effects in his hands, 398.

-, John, late Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 286.

-, -, tidesman, Poole port, 334.

Ball, George, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for co. Chester, 124.

Ballaghderry alias Derry [Ballaghaderry], Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ballard, Daniel, Customs officer at Bristol, 172, 307.

Ballinacor, co. Wicklow, barony of, 396.

Ballincarra [? Ballynacorra], Killian barony, co. Galway, 396.

Ballincloghan. See Ballinloghane.

Ballincurry, co. Galway, 396.

Ballinemoony [? Ballynamona], Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Ballinloghane [? Ballincloghan], Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ballinlug, Bantry barony, co. Wexford, 381.

Ballinrealy. See Dughnefelig.

Ballintaggart, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ballnoughan alias Ballygrenagan, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Ballow, Henry, deputy chamberlain in the Exchequer Court, 207, 238.

Ballyallin. See Ballyellin.

Ballyart, Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Ballybane [? Ballyshane], Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Ballybegalls, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyboy, King's county, barony of, 443.

Ballyboy, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Ballybranigan, Ballybranagan, Ards barony, co. Down, 408.

Ballycollane. See Ballycullane.

Ballycore, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ballycorkey, Ballycorky, Moygoish barony, co. Westmeath, 407.

Ballycowan, Ballycowen, King's county, barony of, 444.

Ballycullane, Ballycollane, Kilkea and Moone barony, co. Kildare, 408.

Ballycurreen, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 381.

Ballydingan, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 444.

Ballyeighter, Ballyeitra, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Ballyellin, Ballyallin, Idrone barony, co. Carlow, 381.

Ballyfadin [Ballyfadeen], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyferin [Ballyfireen], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyfilibeen, Ballyphillipeen, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyfinragh. See Ballyfuneraghs.

Ballyfireen. See Ballyferin.

Ballyfuneraghs [? Ballyfinrah], Ards barony, co. Down, 408.

Ballygalget, Ballygalgott, Ards barony, co. Down, 408.

Ballyganoogan, Ards barony, co. Down, 408.

Ballyglashee [? Ballyglass], co. Galway, 383.

Ballygonie, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ballygreegan [? Ballygrogan], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballygrenagan. See Ballnoughan.

Ballygrogan. See Ballygreegan.

Ballyhanck [Ballyhank], co. Cork, 380.

Ballyhercon, Decies barony, co. Waterford 380.

Ballyhilloge, Ballyhalloge, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyhonane [? Ballyhoodane], Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Ballykelly, King's county, 444.

Ballykeroge, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Ballymeadagh. See Ballynadder.

Ballymore, Corkaguiny barony, co. Kerry, 382.

Ballynacarrig. See Ballynecargye.

Ballynacorra. See Ballincarra.

Ballynadder alias Ballymeadagh [?Ballynamuddagh], Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Ballynagall, Ballynegall, Moycashel barony, co. Westmeath, 382.

Ballynamire, Ballynemire, King's county, 443.

Ballynamona. See Ballynemorney; Ballinemoony.

Ballynamuddagh. See Ballynadder.

Ballynecargye [? Ballynacarrig], Ballyboy barony, King's county, 444.

Ballynegall. See Ballynagall.

Ballynekilline, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Ballynemire. See Ballynamire.

Ballynemorney [?Ballynamona], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Ballyneskella, Ards barony, co. Down, 408.

Ballynevoygigh [Ballynevoga], Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Ballyogan, Ballyogune, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Ballyphillipeen. See Ballyfilibeen.

Ballys, John, lands in Essex, 315.

Ballyshane. See Ballybane.

Ballyshangawle, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 381.

Ballyshavoe, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Ballyvoyle, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Ballywilliam, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 444.

Balmier, —, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Bamburgh, Bambrough, Brambrough, co. Northumberland, 414.

Bampfield, Warwick, tenant of lands in Somerset, 288, 365.

Bankers [in Lee], co. Kent, 177.

Bankhouse, co. Lancs., 179.

Banks, Sir John, loan by, 75, 287.

-, John, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

-, Matthew, master carpenter of the Works, 215.

-, William, pension for poor ministers of the Isle of Man paid to, 146, 228.

Bannahan, —, payment to, 57.

Banton [?Barton], co. Lincoln, 183.

Bantry, co. Wexford, barony of, 381.

Barbados, Admiralty Court in, Judge of, 217, 218.
-, Attorney General, 217, 218.
-, Captain General and Governorin-Chief. See Grey, R.; Kendall, J.; Russell, F.
-, Casual Revenue in, Receiver General of, letter from, 216– 218.
-, Commander in Chief, 93, 354.
-, Council, President of the, 217; salary of, while acting as Governor, 89, 93, 353; see also Bond, F.
-, Customs in, Commissioner of, 216.
-, Escheat, Court of, 217.
-, Escheator, qualifications of, 217.
-, Exchequer Court in, 217.
-, Four and a half per cent duty. See Subject Index—Four.
-, Prizes in, 216, 217, 218, 356; agents for, 356.
-, sick and wounded in, 21, 109, 430.
-, Solicitor General, 217, 218.

Barbara, John, ship owner, 339.

Barbary, redemption of captives in, 59.

Barcelona, 48, 49.

Barclay, Alexander, of Barbados, 218.

Bardfield, Berdfield, co. Essex, Place, 316; see also Great Bardfield; Little Bardfield.

Bardfield Saling, Berdfield Saling, co, Essex, Pollards lands in, 315.

Barentine, William, lands in Northumberland, 419.

Barford, Val., affidavit of, 82.

Barinfeddane, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Barker, —, lands in Northumberland, 420.

-, -, captain, deceased, Waggon Master General, 437.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

-, Edward, money order lost by, 319.

Barksdale, John, tidesman, London port, 151.

Barkwith, co. Lincoln, 205.

Barley, Barly, [co. Herts.], 315, 316.

Barley, —, tenement in Northumberland, 419.

Barlichway, Barlishway, co. Warwick, hundred of, 204.

Barly. See Barley.

Barmare [Barmoor], co. Northumberland, 415.

Barnaby, Barneby, co. York, 200.

Barnaby upon Downe [Barnby upon Don], co. York, 203.

Barnard, James, French pensioner on the establishment of the Forces, Ireland, 136.

Barnard Castle, co. Durham, 193.

Barnaviddaun. See Barnevidane.

Barnby, co. York, 195.

Barnby-upon-Don, See Barnaby upon Downe.

Barneby, See Barnaby.

Barner, John Anto., lieutenant in Brudenell's regiment, 274.

Barnes, John, ensign in Northcott's regiment, 276.

Barnevidane [?Barnaviddaun], Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Barnsley, co. York, 194.

Barnstaple, co. Devon, Customs officers at, 253, 254, 258.

Barnthorp, co. Lincoln, 182.

Barnwell, Christopher, forfeited lands of, 381.

Baron, —. deputy searcher at Gravesend, 413.

Baronstown, Moygoish barony, co. Westmeath, 407.

Barrau, David, fined, 375.

Barret (Barrett), John, forfeited lands of, 380.

-, -, sheriff of Cornwall, 434.

-, -, junior, appointed a messenger of the Exchequer Receipt, 190.

-, William, a messenger of the Exchequer Receipt, 189.

Barretts, co. Cork, barony of, 380.

Barry, co. Glamorgan, 252.

Barry, Thomas, lieutenant in Belasyse's regiment, arrears due to, 37, 87, 161, 328.

Barrymore, co. Cork, barony of, 381.

Barrymount, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Barsby, co. Leicester, 205.

Barsnet, co. Lancs, manor of, 178.

Barstable, co. Essex, hundred of, 246.

Bartelott. See Barttelott.

Bartlemy, Anthony, lieutenant in Harvey's regiment, 254.

Bartlett, —, house of, in New Windsor, 175.

Bartlott. See Barttelott.

Barton, co. Lincoln. See Banton.

Barton, co. Northumberland, 414.

Barton, co. York, 201, 203.

Barton, Daniel, mill, etc. delivered into the Mint by, 229.

-, John, Customs officer, 135, 158.

-, William, lieutenant, Brudenell's regiment, 274.

Barton-in-the-Marsh, Burton Henmarsh, co. Warwick, 204.

Barton-in-the-Street, co. York, 202.

Barttelott (Bartelott, Bartlott), Henry, issues for, 34, 436.

Basbrowne, co. Lancs., 178.

Bashaw, co. Lancs. [?Bashall, co. York], 177.

Basingstoke, co. Hants., Justices of the Peace for, directions to, concerning assessments, 360.

Baskin. See High Baskin.

Bassendine, John, doorkeeper, Customs, 184.

Bassetlaw, Bassetlow, co. Notts, hundred of, assessments, 378.

Batchelour, Paul, captain, reformed officer, Marines, 445.

Bate, George, lieutenant in Brudenell's regiment, 274.

Bateman, James, a Receiver of the New East India Company's subscription, 102, 386.

-, -, a Trustee for Exchequer Bills, 22, 238, 320.

-, -, loan by, 86.

-, Thomas, petitioner for employment as Comptroller of the duty on coals, 335.

Bath and Wells, diocese of, Tenths due from, 143.

Bathurst, Sir Benjamin, treasurer to the Duke of Gloucester, 104, 440.

Batsford, —, bills changed with, 31, 32.

Batson, —, coffee house keeper, 93.

-, Walter, to command Customs sloop, 59, 278.

Battersby, Mris., rent paid to, 301.

Battersea, [co. Surrey], 19.

Battine, Edward, to prepare an account of prizes taken, 256.

Battishall, —, a lawyer, 90.

Baudowin (Baudovin), Rene, merchant, fined, 375, 431.

Bavaria, Elector of, envoy extraordinary to. See Woseley, R.

Bawdewin, Edward, a brewer of Shrewsbury, 339.

Bawens, Paul, intelligence from France procured by, 384.

Baxby, co. York, 202.

Baxter, Alex., lands in Northumberland, 421.

Bayly, James, petition of, 290.

-, Michael, lands in co. Lancs., 179.

-, Richard, ship's carpenter, 427.

Baynes, William, landwaiter, London port, to be land surveyor, 301. See also Baines.

Beach, —, 69.

Beadnell. See Bedwell.

Beake, Abraham, merchant of London, 148.

Beakes, John, of Barbados, 217.

Beale, Richard, of Hamburg, 366.

Beanley, Benley, co. Northumberland, 414.

Bearcliffe, Thomas, merchant of London, 295.

Bearcroft, John, Royal Oak Lottery pensioner, 125, 235.

Beaubuisson, Peter Guenon de, Gentleman of the Guns and Master of the King's setting dogs, 389, 392.

Beauclerk, Charles, 1st Duke of St. Albans, journey to France to congratulate the French King on the marriage of the Duke of Burgundy, issues for, 46, 47, 189.

Beaulieu, Isaac, deceased, landwaiter, London port, 377.

-, Mary, widow, petition of, 377.

Beaumont, —, colonel, petition for arrears, 89.

-, Henry, collector, Bridgwater, 261.

Beckering, Bickering, co. Lincoln, 206.

Beckford, Peter, junior, collector of Plantation duties in Jamaica, 151.

Beckingham, Stephen, annuity purchased by, 404.

Beckwith, John, ensign, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Bedford, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 304, 400; Sheriff of, 376. See also Bell, R; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc. and houses, 124.

Bedford, —, lieutenant in the Earl of Essex's dragoons, 437.

-, —, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

-, Thomas, captain in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Bedwell [?Beadnell], co. Northumberland, 414.

Bedwell, —, widow, lands in Northumberland, 421.

Been, Giles, merchant, petition of, 390, 412.

Beeston, Sir William, Governor of Jamaica, 143, 349.

Behagell, Monsieur, of Frankfort, chain and medal for, 368.

Beilby. See Bielby.

Belasyse (Bellasye, Bellasys, Bellasyse), Sir Henry, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Belchamp, Bellshamp, co. Essex, 316.

Belchford, co. Lincoln, 205.

Bell, Edmund, tidesman, Yarmouth port, 348.

-, Robert, sheriff of co. Bedford, issue for, 99, 376.

Bellamont, —, colonel, 438.

Bellasye, Bellasys, Bellasyse. See Belasyse.

Bellingham, James, rectory of Crosby, 180.

Bellshamp. See Belchamp.

Bemingworth [Benningworth], co. Lincoln, 206.

Benbow, John, tenant of a house at Deptford used by the Czar of Muscovy, 325, 360.

Bendlowes, Thomas, et al, inquisition taken at York before, 375.

Bendyshe, —, to attend the House of Lords, 93.

-, Henry, issue for, 135.

-, Thomas, comptroller of Poole port, 227, 401.

Benge, —, lands in co. Berks, 176.

Benington [Binnington], co. York, 201.

Benley. See Beanley.

Bennet (Bennett), Charles, Baron Ossulston, house rented from, 58, 93, 272, 362.

-, Henry, Earl of Arlington, payment to the Duchess of Grafton as his heiress, 320.

-, Richard, lands in Northumberland, 422.

-, Thomas. See Johnson, T.

Benningworth. See Bemingworth.

Benson, —, et al, process against, 113, 443.

Bentinck, William, Earl of Portland, 135, 140.
-, Ambassador extraordinary to the King of France, 135, 152, 153, 189, 242.
-, Groom of the Stole and First Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 403, 440.
-, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 86, 185, 288, 354, 404, 427, 439.
-, at the Treasury Board, 35, 38.
-, equipage of, 130.
-, grant of fee farm rents in Kent, 47, 48; of defective fee farm rents, 44, 172, 190.
-, grant of lands in Westminster, 44, 45, 172, 190, 218.
-, his regiment of horse. See Army—regiments.
-, issues for, undefined, 46, 214.

-, -, Viscount Woodstock, grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 135, 140.

Bentley, Bently, co. York, Bentley Grange in, 195.

Bentley, Richard, [Keeper of] the King's library at St. James, 131.

Benton. See Great Benton.

Benwellwater, co. Durham, lands called Crook in, 193.

Benwick, John, tenement in Newcastle upon Tyne, 422.

Benyston [Penistone], co. York, 195.

Berdfield, See Bardfield.

Berdfield Saling. See Bardfield Saling.

Bere, Richard, Customs collector, Carlisle, 192.

Berenbergh, Meyer, correspondent to Swedish merchants, 367.

Berkeley, John, Viscount Fitzhardinge, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 6, 107, 133, 152, 161, 258, 268, 269, 426; petition of, for a tenement, 85.

Berkley, —, to be Conservator of the Forest of Dean, 51.

Berkshire, fee farm rents in, lists of, 174– 177, 180, 317.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 304, 399.
-, Sheriff of, 410.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc. and houses, 123.

Bermudas or Somers (Summer) Islands, The, Lieutenant Governor and commander in chief, 280; issues for, 272–3, 299; salary of, 397; transportation for, 273; grant of 12 shares of land and profits of whale fishing licences to, 273; see also Day, S.
-, King's Chapel there, plate for, 280.

Bernard, —, counsel, 109.

-, Isaac, payment to, 132.

-, John, lieutenant in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

-, Mark Antony, lieutenant in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Berriff, Edmund, lease of lead mines in North Wales, 326.

Berrow, Christopher, of Barbados, 218.

Berry. See Bury.

Bertie, Charles, Treasurer of the Ordnance, 21, 40, 70, 146, 230, 253, 404, 440; loans by, 132, 142.

-, Gervase, riding officer at Workington, 158.

-, Peregrine, leave of absence for, 85.

-, undersearcher, London port, 213, 322.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain of the Household, 280, 319, 343, 349, 367, 393, 405.

-, Robert, Earl of Lindsey, lease of tithes in co. Lincoln, 83, 330.

-, -, allowance for, 406.

Berwick, co. Northumberland, 217, 321.
-, bridge over the Tweed, annuity for the repair of, 188.
-, Customs officers at, 252, 325, 350.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 296, 305.

Berwick, Duke of. See Fitz James, J.

Bestell, Richard, ensign in Farrington's regiment, 276.

Bestwood Park [in Lenton], co. Notts, 205.

Betham, co. Lancs., manor of, 179.

Betsworth, Maurice, lieutenant in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, 274.

Beveridge, —, colonel, killed in Flanders, 437.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

Beverley, co. York, 197.

Beverton, —, prosecutor, 424.

-, Joseph, Customs officer, 143.

Bevoir, Charles, undersearcher, London port, 213.

Bewick, Andrew, tenement in Newcastleupon-Tyne, 416.

Bickering. See Beckering.

Bickerstaff, —, to attend the Treasury, 27.

Bickly, John, captain in Farrington's regiment, 276.

Bickmarsh. See Bitmarsh.

Bickwell. See Pickwell.

Bidle, —, affidavit of, 80.

Bielby, Beilby, co. York, 197.

Biggs, Giles, merchant, customs owed by, 385.

Biker Hogga, gift from the Consul at Algiers, 341.

Biker Raise. See Baiker.

Billingsley (Billingsby, Billingsly), Ruper, lieutenant colonel of the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, 83, 255, 307.

-, William, captain lieutenant in Harvey's regiment, 254.

Bilton, co. Northumberland, 418.

Binbrook, Binbrooke, co. Lincoln, 206.

Binchester, co. Durham, 193; Hermitage in, 193.

Bindlowe, Sir Robert, rectory of Garstang, 179.

Bingham, —, inspection of test cuttings from the assay trial pieces, 87, 91.

Binks, Samuel, Customs officer, 259.

Binnington. See Benington.

Bint, Charles, allowance for, 371.

Birch, Samuel, sheriff of co. Hereford, 434.

Bird, Edward, of Westminster, lace buyer, 92, 339.

Birkenside, co. Northumberland, 419.

Birstall, Bristall, co. York, 196; Ser. of Jesus, B. Mary and Holy Trinity in, 194.

Birt, —, evidence of, 66.

Birtfield, Robert, cottage in Northumberland, 417.

Bishop Burton, co. York, 199.

Bishop, Anthony, quartermaster in Leigh's regiment, 255.

-, Mary, widow of William, 173, 248.

-, William, executed for forgery, 173.

Bitmarsh [Bickmarsh], co. Warwick, 204.

Black Callerton, co. Northumberland, 413.

Black Notley, co. Essex, 314.

Blackbeard, John, keeper, etc., of the Court House at St. Mary's near the Walls, York, 267.

Blackborne, Joseph, tenant of lands in co. York, 376.

Blackborough Priory, co. Norfolk, 313.

Blackbourn, co. Suffolk, 306.

Blacker. See Blackler.

Blacket, Sir William, and the abolition of the office of Tronor and Poisor in Newcastle, 91, 94.

Blackfriars Gate [? in Scarborough], co. York, 196.

Blackhall, Ralph, collector of the Penny Post Office, 159.

Blackham, Sir Richard, 52.

Blackler, (Blacker), John, lottery tickets of, 57, 227, 239.

Blackmore, John, of Westminster, broker, 193.

Blackwell, John, comptroller of customs, London port, 281.

-, Sir Lambert, Knight Harbinger, 227.

Blair, John, quartermaster in Harvey's regiment, 254.

Blake, John, merchant of London, 351, 439.

-, Richard, informer against a Receiver General, 60, 236.

-, Robert, chaplain to Howe's regiment, 59, 212, 233.

Blakeney, co. Norfolk, 348.

Blakeney, George, captain in Northcott's regiment, 276.

Blakiston, —, colonel, arrear due to, 84.

Blanchland, co. Northumberland, late monastery, 419.

Bland, —, 61, 65.

-, -, Page of the Robes, 389.

-, -, late Receiver of Crown Land revenues for co. York, 245; widow of, 144.

Blankborne, co. York. 199.

Blathwaite (Blaithwaite, Blathwayt, Blathwayte), William, (Secretary to the Forces), attending the Treasury, 37, 38, 43–46, 54, 60, 62, 64, 72, 74, 83, 88, 93, 94, 96, 99, 100, 102, 103; directions to, concerning warrants, 105, 106, 109, 111, 124, 129, 135, 155, 184, 210, 225, 229, 233, 250, 258, 284, 289, 299, 323, 324, 335, 368, 402, 411, 427, 431, 448; issue for, 33; matters referred to, 84, 157, 364; printing for, 344; report of, 61; Clerk of the Privy Council, 214; Clerk of the Privy Council attending the Committee for Trade and Plantations, 244; Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 297; Secretary of State attending the King beyond the seas, 374.

Blechynden (Blechinden, Bletchinden), —, of the Excise, 30, 37, 41.

Blencowe (Blincowe), John and Sir John, a Baron of the Exchequer Court and a Justice of Common Pleas, 161, 366.

Bletchinden. See Blechynden.

Blewitt, Sir Samuel, sheriff of Middlesex, 409.

Blincowe, See Blencowe.

Blindman, Thomas, tidesman at Bristol, 334.

Blithnook, co. Northumberland, 416.

Blofield, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Blofield, Leonard, Receiver General of assessments for part of Norfolk, 306, 399.

Bloome, William, clerk to the Commissioners for licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 430.

Blundell, —, of London, merchant, 366.

-, Sir Francis, petition for grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 428.

Blynman, Francis, captain in Northcott's regiment, 276.

Blything, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Blythman,—, letter to, concerning counterfeiters in Yorkshire, 96.

Boats, William, tidesman at Liverpool, 361.

Bochan, See Buchan.

Bockenfield, Buckingfield, co. Northumberland, 420.

Bocking, co. Essex, Chiswick in, 315.

Bockland (Bocland, Rockland), Maurice, lease of lands in Somerset, 78, 354, 357. See also Buckland.

Bodkin, Robert, tenant of a house in Galway town, 396.

Boffin. See Bophin.

Bohillody alias Bohilady [?Boherlody], Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Boileau, —, landwaiter, London port, 99.

Bointon. See Boynton.

Bolam, Bollam, co. Northumberland, 413.

Bold. See Rold.

Boldron, co. Lancs., 178.

Bolt, —, clerk to a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 7, 8, 12, 17.

Bolton, co. York, 198.

Bolton, Duke of. See Paulet, C.

Bolton, —, captain in Collingwood's regiment, 282, 438.

-, —, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, Richard, captain in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

-, William, alderman of London, lease of land in Richmond, 374, 432.

Bolton upon Dearn, Bolton on Downe, Bolton upon Dern, co. York, 195, 203.

Bolwell, David, proclamation reward for, 373.

Bonafons, Peter, ensign in Farrington's regiment, 276.

Bonard, Vincent, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Bond, —, 90.

-, Francis, President of the Council of Barbados, his salary whilst acting Governor, 92, 93, 95, 353, 354, 364.

Bonde, Count —, Ambassador from Sweden, 70.

Bondgate, [? Alnwick], co. Northumberland, 417.

Bone, —, and Viscount Preston's estate, 55.

Bonevally [? Bunnavally, Brawny barony] co. Westmeath, 395.

Bonialva. See Bonyalva.

Bonivert, Gideon, lieutenant in Leigh's regiment, 254.

Bonnell, James, Register of Forfeitures, Ireland, 379, 382, 395.

Bonner, Daniel, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Bonyalva, Bonialva, co. Cornwall, manor of, 279, 352. See also West Bonyalva.

Boogaart, Mathew, commander of a Dutch ship, 216.

Booth, Sarah, clipper and coiner, 298.

Bophin (Boffin), Lord. See Bourke, John.

Borda, James du, late lieutenant colonel of foot, pension for, 346.

Boreham, co. Essex, Patenston's lands in, 315.

Boreham, —, widow, tenant, 261.

Borne, Gerrard, Customs place for, 322.

Borough, Hicks, underclerk, House of Commons, 440.

Boroughbridge, co. York, 194.

Boscawen (Boscowen), Hugh, a Commissioner for the new East India Company's subscription, 386.

Bossall, co. York, 201.

Bostock, —, captain of an advice boat to the West Indies, 121.

Boston, [co. Lincoln], Customer and Comptroller of, 397. See also Boxton.

Boston, New England, 449.

Boston [Buston], co. Northumberland, 418.

Botchergate. See Carlisle.

Boteler. See Butler.

Botley, co. Hants., 192.

Boucher, Thomas, Professor of Civil Law in Oxford University, 401.

Boucker, Henry, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Bourden, Thomas, ensign in Coote's regiment, 274.

Bourke (Bourk), John, Lord Bophin, estate of, 60.

-, Theobald, Lord Brittas, forfeited lands of, 381.

-, Thomas, lieutenant, marines. 445.

-, See also Burke.

Bourn, Burn, co. Cambridge, 181.

Bovel, John, lands in Cornwall, 117.

Boveney, Boveny, co. Bucks, 176.

Bovet, Richard, informer against a Customs surveyor, 436,

Bow, Bowe, Middlesex, 312.

Bowen, —, Justice, 248.

-, —, Maurice, riding officer between Deal and Dover, 151.

Bowers [Gifford], co. Essex, 317.

Bowesden. See Bowsden.

Bowles, —, 92.

-, Joseph, tidesman at Brownsea, 334.

Bowman, Martin, tenement in Northumberland, 420.

Bowsden, Bowesden, co. Northumberland, 415.

Bowtell, —, widow, money due to her husband for redemption of captives in Barbary paid to, 59.

Bowyers (Bowyer), —, an Assessment Commissioner for Surrey, 92.

Boxted, Boxtead, co. Essex, 313, 314.

Boxton [? Boston], co. Lincoln, 183.

Boyce, Jacob, lieutenant in Gibson's regiment, 275.

Boyd, Hugh, captain in Gibson's regiment, 275.

Boykeet, John, fined for beating Customs officers, 373.

Boyle, Charles, Earl of Burlington, a gentleman of the Bedchamber, annuity for, 332.

-, Lionel 3rd Earl of Orrery, lapsed money in Ireland, 43, 46, 221–3; his losses in Ireland, 221, 223.

-, Roger, 1st Earl of Orrery, grant by Charles II of a third share of lapsed money in Ireland, 221–3.

Boynton, Bointon, co. York, 198.

Boyse (Boys), Jeffrey, grant of the stewardship of St. Augustine's, [Canterbury], 377.

Boyton, co. Cornwall, manor of, 208.

Brabazon, Edward, Earl of Meath, proposed grant of lands to, 295.

-, Wallop, lieutenant in Windsor's regiment, 254.

Bracken. See Broken.

Brackenborough. See Brankenboro.

Brackenbottom, Brakenbetham, co. York, 203.

Brackenburgh. See Breckenbrough.

Brackenholme, Brakenholme, co. York, 199.

Bradbury, William, captain, marines, 445.

Braddill, John, lands in co. Lancs., 179.

Bradford, co. Lancs [? West Bradford, co. York], 177.

-, co. Northumberland, 416; see also East Bradford.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, Francis.

-, Thomas, lease of lands in Chertsey, 55, 63, 87, 250, 332.

Bradshaw, Sir Cornwall, comptroller of Bristol port and collector of Poole port, 227, 406.

-, John, rewarded for an arrest, 375.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of assessments for co. Derby, 304, 400.

Brafferton, co. York, 201.

Braintree, co. Essex, 315.

Brakenbetham. See Brackenbottom.

Brakenholme. See Brackenholme.

Brambrough. See Bamburgh.

Bramingham [? Brantingham], co. York, 197.

Bramley, John, proclamation reward for, 285.

Brampton, co. Hunts, 181.

-, co. York, 194.

Brampton Beverley [Brampton Bierlow], co. York, 203.

Brampton-en-le-Morthen, Brampton-in-leMorning, co. York, 203.

Brancepeth, Brandspeth, co. Durham, 193.

Brandenburg, Electorate of, 308, 391.
-, envoy extraordinary from. See Dankelman, J.
-, envoy extraordinary to. See Stepney, George.

Brandling, Robert, tenement in Northumberland, 423.

Brandon-Parva, co. Norfolk, 313.

Brandsby, Bransby, co. York, 201.

Brandspeth. See Brancepeth.

Brandt (Brant), John Reynold, merchant of London, petition of, 125, 174, 262, 321.

Brankenboro [Brackenborough], co. Lincoln, 206.

Bransby. See Brandsby.

Brant. See Brandt.

Brantingham, co. York, 200 See also Bramingham.

Brathwaite, James, captain in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Bratoft, co. Lincoln, 205.

Braton [Brayton], co. York, 196.

Brattle, Daniel, Assaymaster of the Mints, 231.

Brawne. See Brown.

Braxted, co. Essex, 316.

Bray, co. Berks, Crouchfield in, 175; hundred of, 176; manor of, 175, 176.

Bray, Thomas, D.D., petition of, 248.

Brayton. See Braton.

Breckenbrough, Brackenburgh, co. York, 202.

Brecon, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 188, 304, 399, 428; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Bredy, Samson, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Breher. See Bryher.

Bren, Ralph, captain in Coote's regiment, 274.

Brenches, co. Berks, 176.

Brenchley, co. Kent, hundred of, 236.

Brenckborne. See Brinkburn.

Brencklaw [Brenkley], co. Northumberland, 417.

Brentley, co. York, 200.

Brereton, —, tenement of, in Essex, 314.

-, Urian, captain in Saunderson's regiment, 275.

Brest, ship from, 121, 208, 364.

Bretton (Breton), —, collector, Dover port, 151.

-, Richard, comptroller of petty customs and keeper of the cocquet seal, London port, 173.

-, -, customer, Sandwich port, 170, 173, 270.

Brewer, —, 55, 56.

-, Burnet, tidesman, Poole port, 334.

-, [George], deputy auditor of Excise, 9.

-, [Richard], his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Brewster, Edward, [King's printer], 344.

-, Sir Fra., petition for lease of estate in co. Kerry, 368.

Brexton, Clifford, captain in Gibson's regiment, 275.

Brickill's, co. Berks, 176.

Bridge, co. Kent, deanery of, 177.

Bridge, John, merchant of London, 339, 366.

-, See also Bridges.

Bridgeman (Bridgman), [William], a secretary to the Admiralty, 120.

-, William, a clerk of the Privy Council, 214.

-, -, clerk for issuing, writing, etc. commissions of bankrupts, 428.

-, -, a justice of peace, 427.

Bridges (Bridge), —, of the Bank of England, 107.

-, Brook, an Auditor of Imprests, 17, 25, 45, 108, 147, 149. 173, 246, 256, 266. 411.

-, John, Customs solicitor, 172, 259.

-, Sir Mathew, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, William, junior, secretary to the Commissioners for Stamp duties, 450.

- See also Bridge.

Bridgetown, Barbados, 151.

Bridgman. See Bridgeman.

Bridgwater, co. Somerset, port of, Customs officers in, 170, 260, 261, 361; increase of trade in, 361.

Bridgwater, Earl of. See Egerton, John.

Brienne (Brien), Mary de, wardrobe keeper at Kensington, 289.

-, Simon de, housekeeper at Kensington, 288, 289, 363.

Briggs (Briges), Augustine, a Receiver General of assessments for Norfolk, 34, 49, 84, 87, 89, 99, 158, 209, 302, 306, 319, 369, 378, 399.

Brigstock, co. Northampton, Great and Little Park of, 331.

Brinkburn, Brenckborne, co. Northumberland, 417; tenement called Kenyfield in, 417; late Monastery of, 416.

- Hill, co. Northumberland, 417.

Brinkley, Brinkly, co. Cambridge, 181.

Brinklow, co. Warwick, 204.

Brinn, Simon, master of a Dutch ship, 347.

Brinsdon, John, waiter and searcher of the Four and a half per cent. duty in Barbados, 151.

Brinsforth [Brinsworth], co. York, 200.

Bristall. See Birstall.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 121.
-, customs officers at, 125, 131, 134, 143, 172, 227, 232, 236, 265, 297, 307, 334, 406, 424.
-, excise supervisor at, 19.
-, mint at. See Mint.
-, poor of, mint house restored to the corporation for, 99, 103. 390.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 305. 399.
-, tobacconist of, 278.

Bristow, Robert, merchant, petition of, 412.

Brittas, Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Brittas, Lord. See Bourke, T.

Britton, William, tidesman, Plymouth port, 244.

Briver, Francis, forfeited lands of, 381.

Brizlee. See Busley.

Broad Sound, Scilly Islands, 392.

Broadhurst, John, porter at the Exchequer gate, 136, 297.

Broadler alias Fowlers, co. Berks, 176.

Broadstroad, co. Berks, 176.

Brocket, —, of the Middle Temple, 296.

Brockholes, John, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Broken [? Bracken], co. York, 200.

Bromfield, co. Essex. See Broomfield.

Bromfield, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for Sussex, 305, 400.

Bromley, —, recommends person for Receivership of co. Worcester, 79.

-, Elizabeth, sister of Dr. C. Fraizer, 247.

Bronkilne, co. Lincoln, 183.

Brook, Chidley, Receiver and collector of revenues in New York, 373.

Brookes, John, lieutenant in Farrington's regiment, 276.

Brooks, William, of Yarmouth, shipowner, 439.

Brooksby, Joseph, petition of, 83.

Broome (Broom), —, at the Treasury Board, 39.

Broomfield, Bromfield, co. Essex, 313.

Broomforth, co. York, 203.

Brothercross, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Brotton, Broton, co. York, 196, 197, 202.

Brough, James, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Brougham, (Browham, Brownham), Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for Cumberland and Westmorland, 65, 267, 280, 305, 399.

Broughton, co. Lincoln, 183.

Brounjohn. See Brownjohn.

Browham. See Brougham.

Brown (Brawne, Browne), —, counsel at law, 40.

-, -, lands, co. Berks, 175.

-, -, colonel, Master Gunner of England, 404.

-, Charles, Receiver General of assessments for Somerset, 149, 305, 326, 334, 399.

-, Edward, lands in Queen's county, 295.

-, Francis, forfeited lands of, 396.

-, -, lieutenant in Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, Hellen, Lady Kenmare, petition of, pension due to, 85, 322.

-, James, forfeited lands of, 396.

-, John, tenement in Northumberland, 417.

-, -, petition of, 384.

-, Sir Nicholas [2nd Viscount Kenmare], his estate in co. Kerry, 368.

-, Peter, a messenger of the Chamber, 8, 242, 245.

-, Thomas, lieutenant, marines, 445.

-, Sir Valentine, 1st Viscount Kenmare, his estate in Kerry, 368.

-, William, forfeited lands of, 396.

Browne's Close. See London and Westminster, Streets, etc. in.

Brownham. See Brougham.

Brownjohn (Brounjohn, Brown John), Rawlins, agent for prizes in Jersey and Guernsey, debt due to, for subsisting prisoners of war, 73, 74, 248.

Brownsea, co. Dorset, 334.

Broxbourne, co. Herts, 261.

Broxfield, co. Northumberland, 419.

Brudenall (Brudenel, Brudenell), Thomas, colonel, his regiment. See Army —regiments.

-, -, to command a regiment of marines, 394.

Brunker, Henry, lease of lands in Gillingham, 127.

Brunskell (Brunskill), Percival, payment to, 63; petition for derelict lands, 125.

Brussels, 354.

Bryan. See Byan.

Bryers, Oliver, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Bryher, Breher, Isle, Scilly Islands, 392.

Bubb, Alicia, loan by, 303.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann,

Buchan (Bochan), John, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments; royal bounty for, 89, 335.

Buck, Samuel, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Buckclose, co. York, 197.

Buckeridge, Arthur, quarter-master in Leigh's regiment, 255.

-, Richard, agent for prizes at Antigua, 174.

Buckhurst, Lord. See Sackville, Thomas.

Buckingfield. See Bokenfield.

Buckingham, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 305, 399, surveyors of duties on marriages, etc. and houses, 95, 124.

Buckingham, Duchess of. See Villiers, Mary.

Buckingham, Sir Owen, issue for, 344.

Buckland, —, lease granted to, 74, 76. See also Bockland.

Buckle, Stephen, tenant, Leeds, 375.

Buckley, —, 14.

-, -, recommends a person for place as a Receiver General, 79.

Buckross, co. York, 199.

Bucksland, co. Berks, 176.

Buckworth, Benjamin, a seaman, 449.

-, Sir John, discharge of his baronetcy fee, 344, 348, 363.

Budge [Bugia], 341.

Budlington, co. Cambridge or Hunts., 181.

Bugbey, Richard, proceedings against, 166.

Bugia. See Budge.

Buller, Benjamin, captain in Northcott's regiment, 276.

Buller's Green, co. Northumberland, 415.

Bullock, John, lands in Northumberland, 420.

Bulmer, co. York, 201.

Bulstrode, Henry, royal bounty for, 354.

-, Whitlock, Solicitor of Excise, 113, 114, 448, 450.

Bumstedhelion. See Helion Bumpstead.

Bunches Close. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.

Bunnavally. See Bonevally.

Bunting, Benjamin, purchase of an annuity, 404.

Buntingbury, Buntinbury, co. Berks, 175.

Burdale, Bursdale, co. York, 201.

Burfor, —, Customs officer, 412.

Burgh, co. Cambridge, 181.

-, co. Lincoln, 182.

Burgh, Charles, lieutenant in Brudenell's regiment, 274.

-, John, lieutenant in Brudenell's regiment, 274.

Burgh-in-the-Marsh, co. Lincoln, 182.

Burgh-upon-Baine, Burgh on the Braine, co. Lincoln, 206.

Burghill, Francis, Somerset Herald, 215.

Burgundy, Duke of, marriage of, 189.

Burhard, —, an Excise collector, debt of, 53, 64.

Burke, Lady Honora, marriages of, and money settled on by Lord Clanricarde, 348.

-, Richard, Earl of Clanrickard, 348.

- See also Bourke.

Burlington, Earl of. See Boyle, C.

Burn. See Bourne.

Burnet (Burnett), Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, Chancellor of the Garter, 188, 324; letter to, 290.

-, William, lease of lands in Chertsey purchased from, 55, 63, 87, 250, 332.

Burnham, co. Bucks, 433.

Burnholme, co. York, 200.

Burnygall, —, tenement in Northumberland, 423.

Burr, John, prosecuted for exporting wool, 387.

Burrell, Christopher, tenement in Northumberland, 418.

Burridge, Robert, a Receiver General of assessments for Devon, 305, 400.

Burrington, Gilbert, ensign in Erle's regiment, 275.

-, Thomas, major in Erle's regiment, 275.

Bursdale. See Burdale.

Burshes in Thundersley, co. Essex, manor of, 314.

Burston, George, captain in Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Burton, co. Northumberland, 420.

Burton, co. Westmorland, 180; Blusterfield in, 180.

- See also West Burton.

Burton, Bartholomew, frauds in Exchequer Bills by, 22, 23, 24, 35, 36, 42, 43, 140, 141; prosecution of, 35, 36.
-, Cashier of Excise 4, 22; dismissed, 29, 35, 36, 169.
-, Comptroller of the Lottery Office, dismissed, 29, 291.
-, Trustee for Exchequer Bills, 6, 10, 11, 12, 17; dismissed, 27, 148, 264.

-, Francis, ship's master, 366.

-, Lancelot, loans by, 74, 75, 113, 284, 303.

-, Robert, undersearcher, London port, 213.

-, William, to attend the Treasury, 92; payment to, 345.

-, -, clerk to the Agents for Taxes, 127, 299.

Burton Dassett. See Morton.

Burton Henmarsh. See Barton in the Marsh.

Burton's Marre, co. York, lands called, 200.

Bury (Berry), John, Receiver General of assessments, etc., co. Notts, 4–5, 145, 162, 305, 400.

Bury St. Edmund's, co. Suffolk, 306.

Bush, —, captain, payment to, 95.

Bushe, Arthur, collector of Customs at Cork, 283.

Busley [? Brizlee], co. Northumberland, 414.

Busteed, John, ensign in Bolton's regiment, 274.

Buston. See Boston.

Butcher, John, grant of quit rents in Queen's County, 97, 98, 383.

Butler (Boteler), Lady, ship's cargo bequeathed to, 239.

-, Charles, Earl of Arran, his regiment. See Army—regiments; servant to, 162.

-, James, cornet in Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, -, 1st Duke of Ormonde, formerly Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 223.

-, -, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, petition in 1694 for bailiwick of St. James', 190; caveat in behalf of, 296.

-, John, petition of, 351.

-, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, goods seized by Customs, 162.

-, Pierce, Viscount Galmoy, forfeited lands of, 380–1.

-, Robert, account of First Fruits and Tenths, 259.

-, Thomas, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Butter, William, captain, Coote's regiment, 274.

Butterwick, Buttwick, co. York, 201, 202.

Byam, Francis, pension of, 136.

Byam [?Bryan], Teage, forfeited estate of, 407.

Byfield (Byfeild), Thomas, merchant of London, 121, 134, 298, 319.

Byland, co. York, 195; late monastery of, 195.

Byndloss (Byndlos), —, a commissioner for enquiry into a forfeited estate, 54.

-, John, petition of, stewardship of St. Augustine's, [Canterbury], 377.

Byram. See Byron.

Byrne, Thady, forfeited lands of, 396.

Byron [Byram], co. York, 202.

Byron, Sir Edward, grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 60, 138, 382.

-, William, Lord Byron, lands of, 180.

Bythorn, co. Hunts, 210.

Bywell, co. Northumberland, 413.

Bywell Lordship, co. Northumberland, 419.