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'Index of persons and Places: N, O', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 496-500. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83033 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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Nagle, David, forfeited estates of, 79, 91, 374.

-, Peirce, forfeited estates of, 79, 91, 374.

Nailor. See Naylor.

Nalve, — la, pension for, 142.

Namur, Flanders, officers killed before, 246, 247, 248, 312.

Nanfan, [Richard], captain, exchange of company with Capt. W. Hyde, 210.

Nangle, Walter, outlaw, lands of, 375.

Nanney (Nanny), [Hugh], colonel, Member of Parliament for co. Merioneth, 126; Vice-Admiral, North Wales, 209.

Naples, credits for victualling, 69.

Narva, Russia, ship of, 127, 288.

Nash, Edward, King's waiter, Bristol port, 347.

-, Henry, Customs sloop commander, Gravesend, apprehending disaffected persons etc, 305, 372.

-, William, petition for lease of lands in co. Pembroke, 367.

Nassau, Henry de. See Auverquerque, H. de Nassau, Sieur de.

Nassau de Zuylestein, William Henry. See Zuylestein, W. H. Nassau de.

Natt, Richard, Customs sloop commander, 129.

Navan, co. Meath, barony of, 354.

Naylor (Nailor, Nayler), Charles, employed in former coal duty, 121; landsurveyor, Lynn Regis, 121.

-, Peter, petition concerning debt of M. Page, 382–3.

Neale (Neal), Daniel, of London, brewer, petition for grant of share in Phoenix brewhouse, 207.

-, Thomas, Master and Worker of the Mint, 31, 50, 107, 177, 223, 267, 296.

-, -, Postmaster in America, 91, 96, 100, 216.

-, -, et al., managers of the Malt Lottery, 172, 178.

Nean, —, pension for, 142.

Neath, co. Glamorgan, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 125; town of, Commissioners of Assessments, 125.

Nebworth. See Knebworth.

Needham alias Smith, Eleanor, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

Needler (Needlar), Thomas, lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 72, 320.

Negus, Francis, [Surveyor of the Royal Mews], 208.

Nelson, —, 42.

Ness-Cliffe, Nesscliff, co. Salop, tithes of, 283.

Nether Haresceugh. See Haresceugh.

Netherlands, wines from, 121. See also Flanders; Holland; Low Countries.

Netheryealdham. See Yeldham.

Nevendon, Newington, co. Essex, 424.

Neville (Nevil, Nevill), Charles, goods for Stables, 48.

-, [John], vice-admiral, bills drawn by, 303.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Sophia, royal bounty for, 202.

Nevinstown, Newenstown, co. Meath, 354.

Nevis, Mevis, West Indies, 24.

Council of, 192, 203.

Governor of, 203.

President of, 192.

provisions for Benbow's squadron, 203.

New England, bills drawn from, 52.

Customs collector, searcher and surveyor. See Brenton, J.

French goods for, 286, 348.

provisions for Newfoundland, 67.

ships for, 103, 348, 416.

state of affairs in, 231.

See also Boston, New England.

New Forest, Ashurst Walk, 4.
-, browsewood, 4, 5, 6.
-, Burghley Garden, 3.
-, Burghley Lodge, keeper of. See Poulett, C., Marquess of Winchester.
-, Burghley Walk, 3.
-, Commission of Inquiry into, 3, 4, 5, 6, 99.
-, enclosures in, Act for making, 129; Commissioners for, 129. See also Lumley, R., Earl of Scarborough, et al.; surveyor of, 129.
-, fee trees, 4, 5.
-, felling trees in, 4, 5, 6, 120, 129, 395.
-, fuel wood, abuses concerning, 3, 4, 5, 6, 105; assigned to inhabitants, 5, 120.
-, keepers of, 5, 6, 120; wages of, 6, 394, 395. See also Woods, J.
-, lodges in, repairs of, 120.
-, Lord Warden of, 395.
-, officers of, 6.
-, pales, repair of, 3.
-, rails, repairs of, 120.
-, regarders, 3, 5, 6, 61, 120, 284.
-, repairs at Lyndhurst, 6.
-, timber, 3, 4, 5, 6, 120; for the Navy, 3, 6, 129; increasing and preservation of, Act for, 395.
-, verderers, 1, 4, 120, 284.
-, walks, 5, 120.
-, waste lands, 129.
-, Woodward of, right to bark, 6; salary in lieu of allowances etc., 213. See also Dickens, F.; Pyle, E.

New Park. See Richmond.

New Sarum. See Salisbury.

New Windsor. See Windsor.

New York, aid to, from adjacent colonies, 407; from Virginia, 123, 163.
-, agent for. See Weaver, [T.]
-, Assembly of, 407.
-, comptroller of. See Coker, T.; Palmer, T.
-, Forces in, 19, 151, 178, 187, 210, 284, 329, 414, 415.
-, forts, building of, 123.
-, frontiers, securing of, 407.
-, Government of, 243; debts of, 407.
-, Governor of. See Coote, R., Earl of Bellomont; Fletcher, [B.]
-, King's beam, goods weighed at, 407.
-, quit rents, 366, 407.
-, revenue, 126, 237, 366; accounts of, 407–8.
-, collector and receiver of, appointment of, 366; salary of, 366. See also Brook, C.; Plowman, M.; Weaver, T.
-, ship for, 103, 416.
-, state of affairs in, 231.
-, war sloop for, 123.
-, See also Hudson's River; Jamestown.

Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, borough of, collectors of Duties on Houses. See Hall, T., et al.

Newbolt, Charles, fuel wood, New Forest, 4.

Newbury, co. Berks, Commissioners of Assessments, 128.

Newcastle [? Bewcastle], co. Cumberland, manor of, 255.

-, co. Dublin, barony of, 333, 334.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 245.
-, coal ships from, to Yarmouth, 339.
-, collector of. See Isaacson, [A.]; Pye, J.
-, collector of coal duty. See Bell, R.
-, collectors of salt duty, 243.
-, comptroller of, disposal of office of, 98, 99, 400. See also Williamson, R.
-, Customs sloop, 129.
-, Customs supervisor, need for, 243.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Wyvill, F.
-, searcher of. See Tunstall, —.
-, surveyor of. See Godfrey, F.; Shelly, C.
-, wines seized at, 405.

Newcomen, —, captain, petition of, 81; troop of, 348.

-, Dame Sarah, royal bounty for, 201.

Newenstown. See Nevinstown.

Newfoundland, barracks, building of, 85, 363.
-, bills of exchange, 124, 166, 204.
-, Commander in. See Gibson, J.
-, Forces in, 320.
-, expeditionary, in 1697, 124; provisions for, 4, 67, 110, 204, 212, 214, 302; ships hired for, 67, 91, 212, 214, 249, 302.
-, Foot company, 84, 358, 415.
-, fortifications, 320; repairing of, 85, 363.
-, provisions, 320.
-, See also St. John's.

Newhaven, co. Sussex, collector of. See Mann, E.; Shoebridge, A.

Newington. See Nevendon.

Newlands, Newland, co. Cumberland, lands etc. of the late Preceptory of, 255.

Newlyn, Lewlin, Newlin, co. Cornwall, 131.

Newlyn (Newlin), Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Newmarket, cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, King's house at, housekeeper in.
-, See Elliott, Elizabeth; Ford R. plate at, 20.
-, wardrobekeeper at. See Elliott, Elizabeth.

Newport, Isle of Wight, 130.

- See also Nieuport.

Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household, 20, 31, 181, 212, 237, 239, 252, 259, 268, 270, 280, 286, 293, 319, 323, 327, 330, 340, 356, 362, 370, 378, 385; Treasurer of the Household, 272.

Newsham, John, late Receiver General of Assessments, co. Warwick, 409.

-, Thomas, son and executor of John, payment to, 409.

Newton, [Henry], doctor, Advocate for Prizes, 93.

-, Isaac, Warden of the Mint, 18, 97, 107.

-, James, petition for restoration of seized paper, 162, 400.

-, Thomas, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, 269, 295.

Newton Bromswold, Newton and Brownsold, co. Northampton, 421.

Nicholas, —, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

-, Edward, Receiver of the profits of the Alienation Office, 408.

-, -, Treasurer and Paymaster to Mary II, 1, 45, 56, 66, 98, 115, 143, 165, 172, 201, 227, 266, 300, 301, 377, 395, 396, 399, 409, 410, 413.

-, Sir John, Clerk of the Privy Council, 198, 204.

Nicholson, —, captain, late collector of Revenue, co. Cavan, petition of, 112.

-, Francis, colonel, late Governor of Maryland, 47, 70, 126, 155, 182, 183, 184, 319; LieutenantGovernor and Governor General of Virginia, 110, 187, 203, 319.

-, William, bishop of Carlisle, annuity for a synodal or procuration, 380; petition of, for himself, poor curates and schoolmasters, for payment of pensions, 243.

Nieuport, Newport, Flanders, pacquet boats between, and Dover, 82.

Nobottle-Grove, Nobottlegrove, co. Northampton, [hundred of], 421.

Noland, —, caveat on behalf of Earl of Clanricarde, 276.

-, Joseph, forfeited lands of, 333.

Nooan, Nowane, co. Clare, 265.

Norcotte. See Northcote.

Nore, The, 12.

Norfolk, county of, assessments, 177, 298.

Crown land revenues, 307; Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.
-, estate in, 29.
-, Excise collector, 236.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Blofield, L.; Briggs, A.; Ellis, J.; Smith, J.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 304.
-, sea port towns of, Customs officers to prevent shipping of corn from, 168; inhabitants of, petition to take coals from ships from Newcastle, 339.
-, Sheriff of, 222. See also Mason, R.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Titchburne, C.

Norman, —, collector, Berwick port, 386.

Normanby, Marquess of. See Sheffield, J.

Norris, —, going to India, 40.

-, John, joiner of the Privy Chamber, 195.

-, Sir William, Ambassador to the Great Mogul, 210, 227; house in Frith Street, 210.

North, Joseph, waiter and searcher, Shoebury, 305.

North Carolina. See Carolina.

North Shields. See Shields.

North Wales. See Wales.

North Walsham. See Walsham.

North Yarmouth. See Yarmouth.

Northampton, county of, assessments and duties, 126–7; fee farm rents, 307, 420–1; Receiver General of Assessments, 127. See also Matthews, B.

Northcote (Norcotte), William, colonel, regiment of, agent to. See Elders, P.

Northern Counties, Excise officers in, 186; surveyor for. See Fletcher, [J.]; wool exportation, preventing of, 32, 186.
-, See also Cumberland; Durham; Northumberland; Westmorland.

Northey, —, 44.

Northorpe, Northorp, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Northumberland, county of, 331.

assessments, 180.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 378.
-, Crown land revenues, 156, 405; Receiver General of. See Hart, R.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Williamson, R.; Wyvill, F.
-, riding surveyor. See Warnford, [G.]
-, wool exported from, to Scotland, 386.

Northumberland, Duke of. See FitzRoy, G.

Norton, co. Northampton, 421.

- See also Greens-Norton.

Norway, naval stores from, 127, 182, 286, 288; ship for, 406; ship from, lost, 324.

Norwich, co. Norfolk, augmentation of, 423.
-, mint at, tools and utensils for, 346.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Ellis, J.; Smith, J.

Norwich, bishopric of, Tenths of, 62.

Norwood, —, captain, killed at Landen, 312, 337.

-, Elizabeth, widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, John, surveyor, Rochester port, 227.

Norwood Barningham, co. Norfolk, 271.

Nott, Edward, major, arrears of, 80, 325, 347.

Nottingham, county of, assessments, 298;
-, Receiver General of Assessments.
-, See Bury, J.; Surveyors of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, complaints against, 211.

Nottingham, co. Nottingham, Receiver General of Assessments. See Bury, J.

Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, D.

Nowane. See Nooan.

Noye, Peter de la, a Commissioner going to the East Indies, 165, 221.

Nugent, Edmund, forfeited lands of, 333, 334.

-, James, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

-, John, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

Nurny, Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Nuthall, John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Surrey, 302, 340.

Nyan, in Sirceland [? Nyköping in Södermanland, Sweden], ship built at, 286.

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Oake, Henry, to inspect the fishing for wrecks, 244.

Oakham, Okam, co. Rutland, 421.

Oakham Soke, Okensoken, co. Rutland, 421.

Obijings thinge, in Bisbrooke, co. Rutland, 422.

Obrazinski. See Dobrczenski.

O'Brien (Obrien, O'Bryan, Obryan), —, captain, killed in the service, 332.

-, Daniel, Viscount Clare, estate of, 373–4.

-, -, alias Donoghe, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

-, Jesyna, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 248.

-, [John], lieutenant, died of wounds in Flanders, 248.

-, William, Lord Inchiquin, lands leased from, 265.

-, Yesina, widow, payment to, 76, 332.

Ockley, Henry, fee farm rent of manor of Somersbury, 419.

Odewell, Odwell, in Gestingthorpe, co. Essex, manor of, 424.

O'Donnell (O'Donnel), [Baldearg], colonel, capitulations between, and General Ginkel, 141; pension of, 141.

O'Driscol, Cornel., forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

Odwell. See Odewell.

O'Farrell (Farrell, Offarell, Offarrell), [Francis Fergus] de, colonel and brigadier, petitions of, 65, 87, 372, 373.

Offin, Tirawley barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Offley, —, 84.

Ogle, Samuel, a Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 98, 99, 402, 412.

Ogmore, co. Glamorgan, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 125.

O'Hara (Ohara), Arthur, of Connongs, forfeited estate of, 290.

-, Charles, colonel, regiment of, 94, 384.

-, Katharine, daughter of Arthur, petition for allowance or bounty, 290.

-, Kean, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

-, Mary, daughter of Arthur, petition for allowance or bounty, 290.

Okam. See Oakham.

Okensoken. See Oakham Soke.

Old Ballyeragh. See Ballyeragh.

Old Court, [in Charlton], co. Kent, manor of, 360, 406.

- See also Oldcourt.

Old Hall, Oldham, in Corringham, co. Essex, manor of, 423, 424.

Old Windsor. See Windsor.

Oldcourt, Old Court, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 353.

Oldfield, Lady [Margaret], allowance for candles and old iron, 53.

Oldham. See Old Hall.

Oldtown, Salt barony, co. Kildare, 369.

Olive (Oliva), Robert, landcarriageman, London port, 92, 380; surveyor of landcarriagemen, London port, 380.

Oliver, —, payment for Army clothing, 218.

-, John, master mason to the Works, 195.

Olivier, —, of Turin, payment for Army clothing, 218.

O'Neill (O'Neal, Oneal, O'Neile), Ann, daughter of Frances, 238.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Frances, 238.

-, Dame Frances, et al., grant of forfeited estate of Sir Neil, 47, 238.

-, Mary, daughter of Frances, 238.

-, Sir Neil, forfeited estate of, 238, 351, 352.

-, Rose, daughter of Frances, 238.

Orchard, Charles, collector, Exeter port, 300, 329; deputy to. See Score, R.

Ord, [George], Reformed lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 322, 380.

Orford, Earl of. See Russell, E.

Orkney, Earl of. See Hamilton, G.

Ormesby. See Ormsby.

Ormonde, Duke of. See Butler, J.

Ormsby (Ormesby), —, widow of [Arthur], royal bounty for, 246.

-, [Arthur], lieutenant-colonel, killed before Namur, 246.

Osborne, Charles, trustee for the Duke of Leeds, 161.

-, Peregrine, Marquess of Carmarthen (afterwards 2nd Duke of Leeds), claim to office of Auditor of the Receipt, 7, 28, 176, 189, 222, 323.
-, Marine regiment of, 116, 240, 243, 251, 253, 256, 305, 380; agent to, 243, 256.

-, Thomas, Duke of Leeds, fee farm rent, Greasborough, 177; grants of premises in Gillingham Forest, 161; a former Lord Treasurer, 7, 109; President of the Privy Council, 193; royal bounty for, 193; trustees for. See Bertie, C.; Knight, J.; Osborne, C.; Travers, S.

Ossonville, Count D', Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Lorraine, present for, 153.

Ossory, Upper. See Upper Ossory.

Ossory, Bishop of. See Hartstrong, J.

Ossulston, Lord. See Bennett, C.

Ostend, Belgium, postmaster of. See Bawens, P.; warship of, 305.

Oswaldslow, co. Worcester, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 112.

Overstone, co. Northampton. 420.

Overton, Benjamin, a Commissioner of Customs, 11, 28, 32, 121, 126 at Lord Sunderland's office, 11; petition and representation concerning the office of chief searcher, London port, 34, 35, 37.

Ovington, Owington, co. Essex, 424, 425.

Owen, —, chaplain for Maryland, 14, 133.

Owington. See Ovington.

Oxenden, Lady [Arabella], petition of, 60.

-, George, Judge Official and Commissary of the Admiralty Court of the Cinque Ports, 231, 272, 283; Reader of Civil Law, Cambridge University, 220, 272.

Oxford, county of, assessments, 289; Commissioners to enquire of superstitious lands, 397; Receiver General of Assessments. See Parran, J.

Oxford, co. Oxford, Commissioners to enquire of superstitious lands, 397.
-, Danish Forces at, 267–8, 345, 403.
-, Excise collector. See Bird, T.
-, messenger of the Chamber at, 42.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Parran, J.

Oxford, Bishop of. See Hough, J.

Oxford, Earl of. See De Vere, A.

Oxford, University of, perpetuity for a Divinity Lecture, 110.
-, Professor of Civil Law, 171, 227.
-, See also Boucher, T.
-, Reader of Physic, 171, 227. See also Luff, J.
-, Receiver General of Assessments.
-, See Parran, J.
-, students of, annuities for, 417.

Oxford, [William, officer of the New Forest], 3, 4, 5, 6.

Oyley. See Doyley.