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'Index of persons and Places: C', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15: 1699-1700 (1933), pp. 470-482. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83255 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Cabroll, —, pension for, 145.

Cade, William, lieutenant in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Cadiz, Spain, 33, 235, 358, 417.

Cadolle, Francis, late a captain of Lord Lifford's regiment, pay due to, 426.

Cadroy, Noah, lieutenant in colonel Cunningham's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Cæsar alias Higgons, Alice, grant of lands at Chatham, 337.

Caillaud, Ruben, first lieutenant, half-pay for, 453.

Cairns, John, lieutenant in colonel T. St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Thomas, ensign in colonel T. St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Caisse, James du, lieutenant in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, 155.

Calais, France, 161, 389.

Calhott, Jean, pension for, 143.

Callan, co. Donegal, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Calliere, — la, pension for, 142.

Callis, Manlie, first lieutenant in Sir C. Shovel's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Calshot Castle, co. Hants, garrison at, 330.

Caltiere, — la, pension for, 142.

Calvairac, —, pension for, 144.

Camaret (Camarets), Bay France, 345; arsenal at, 65, 66; arms and tents lost at, 66, 346; grenadiers taken prisoners at, 427.

Cambell. See Campbell.

Cambon, Francis Dupuy du, engineer general on the English Establishment, payment to the executors of, 319, 388; regiment of, 256, 309, 376, 381, 390; executor and brother of. See Gualy, P.

Cambridge, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 186, 228, 244, 269, 287, 302, 307, 324, 345; Surveyor of taxes, 244.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge, Receiver of assessments etc., 186.

Cambridge, University of, Emanuel College, perpetuity for a divinity lecture in, 191, 204.
-, Divinity Lecturer in, issues for, 191, 204.
-, issues for, 191.
-, Perpetuity for a preacher in, 204.
-, Physic Reader in, issues for, 191.
-, Professor of Civil Law in. See Oxenden, G.
-, Professor of Physic in. See Brady, R.
-, Reader of Civil Law in, issues for, 191.
-, Receiver of assessments etc., 186.

Cambridge, John, tidesman, London port, 437.

Campagn, —, pension for, 146.

Campagne, Daniel, ensign, half-pay for, 454.

Campbell (Cambell), Archibald, Lord Lorne afterwards Duke of Argyll, regiment of, 5, 160, 177, 454.

-, Hugh, ensign in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, John, captain in major general Stewart's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

-, Jonas, captain in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, William, captain in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Campfleury, Sance, pension for, 146.

Campsey, Henry, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Canary Islands, wine from, 262, 441.

Canby, Henry, searcher, London port, 425.

Canterbury, co. Kent, 167, 184, 197, 211; Receiver General of land tax, see Spencer, G.; Receiver General of assessments, see Fausset, W.

Canterbury, Archbishopric of, Archbishop of, 90, 121, 300; printing charges, 174; printed forms of prayer etc. for, 16; lodgings of in Hampton Court, 227.

Cantermelenydd in the hundred of Cefnllys, co. Radnor, manor of, lease of mines in, 168, 200, 436.

Capel (Capell), Algernon, Earl of Essex, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 328, 395; regiment of, 320, 439, 451.

-, Henry, Lord Capel, Lord Deputy, Ireland, 390.

-, Stephen, captain in colonel Richard Coote's regiment, halfpay for, 448.

Cappoquin (Capperquine), co. Waterford, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Carbonell, Martin, royal bounty for, 372.

Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, port, 304, 427; comptrollers of. See Mann, D.; Mann, J.; customers of. See Gwynn, R.; Gwynn, W.

Cardigan, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 137, 325; surveyor of taxes, 244.

Cardolle, —, captain, heir to captain Madron or Madronnett, 424.

Cardonel, Cardonell, Adam, payment to for keeping prisoners at Arnhem, 105, 322, 393.

Cardurnock, co. Cumberland, 233, 376.

Carew, Thomas, major in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Carey (Carie, Cary), —, payment to, 9.

-, -, loan to, 33.

-, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, former Treasurer of the Navy, 119, 443.

-, John, petition on behalf of Bristol merchants, 333.

-, Lucius Henry, 6th Viscount Falkland, petition of, 55; royal bounty for, 2, 7, 103.

-, Rebecca, widow of Anthony, 119; payment to, 126.

-, Richard, agent for the Island of Antigua, 344.

Caribbee Islands, regiment in disbanded, 102.

Cariez, —, pension for, 145.

Carles, Peter, captain, reformed lieutenant in colonel Du Cambon's and Lord Lifford's regiment, 376.

-, William et al., grant to of the office of Gauger by Charles II, 418.

Carleton. See Carlton.

Carlingford, co. Louth, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Carlingford, Earl of. See Taaffe, F.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 311, 328, 329.
-, garrison at, 330.
-, guard of the coast at, 212, 233.
-, Lieutenant Governor of. See Fetherstonhagh, J.
-, port, customer and collector of. See Christian, W.; Crofts, B.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, C.

Carlisle, Ellen, royal bounty for, 372.

Carlow, co. Carlow, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Carlton (Carleton), —, attends the Treasury with the East India Company, 21.

-, Edward, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Guy, lieutenant in colonel A. Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Lancelot, cornet in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

Carmarthen, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 137, 325; surveyor of taxes, 137, 244.

Carmarthen, Marquis of. See Osborne, P.

Carnarvon, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 324; surveyor of taxes, 244.

Carnarvon, co. Carnarvon, 234.

Carolina, chaplains for, See Marson, —; Brett, — instructions to the customs collector in for securing English vessels, 381.

Caroll, Roger, highwayman, convicted, 139.

- See also Carrol, W.

Carpenter, Philip, lieutenant in colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Carr, —, payment to, 31.

-, -, a witness, 114.

-, Robert, lieutenant in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

-, Samuel, issues for, 230.

-, William, a commissioner of Excise, resignation of, 96.

-, -, ensign in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

- See also Winter, W.

Carrick, William, lieutenant in brigadier Ingoldsby's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Carrick Drumrusk, Ireland, barracks at, 365.

Carrickfergus, co. Antrim, 364; barracks at, fire and candle for, 365; collector of. See Richardson, S.

Carricknethure, Ireland, barracks at, 365.

Carrol, Carroll, William, lieutenant in colonel Stanley's regiment, halfpay for, 156, 397.

- See also Caroll, R.

Carsewell, Richard, riding officer, 168.

Carter, -, a witness, 113, 114, 115.

-, Henry, captain in colonel Leigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

-, Thomas, second serjeant at arms on the Irish Establishment, 314.

-, William, agent for Prizes at Dartmouth, 126.

-, -, tidesman in fee, London port, 233.

-, -, boatman at Combwich, 275.

-, -, tidesman at Salcombe, 358.

Carther, Richard, ensign in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Carthy, Richard, lieutenant in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Cary. See Carey.

Caryll, Caryl, John, of Hartwell, co. Sussex, estate of forfeited for high treason, 47, 276, 277.

Cash. See Cass.

Cashell, George, lieutenant in colonel A. Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Cason, —, Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Cass (Cash), John, grant of a share in the Phœnix Brewery, the ship Modena and goods of Sir J. Freind, 268, 269.

-, Thomas, colonel, estate of Sir J. Freind, 23, 39, 45, 277.

Casserez, —, to attend the Treasury, 103.

Casson, Anthony, charity for, 374.

Castelfrance (Castelfranc Castlefrans), Abel de, pension for, 143.

-, Gideon de, pension for, 146, 376.

Castel Verdun, pension for, 144.

Castellane, David, lieutenant in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Castelnau, Cha. de, ensign in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Castle, —, servant to — Pilcher, 113.

-, Thomas, affidavit of, 423.

Castlebar, co. Mayo, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Castlefrans. See Castelfrance.

Castlehaven, Earl of. See Tuchet, J.

Castlemaine, Barbara, Countess of, Duchess of Cleveland, annuity or pension for, 2, 32, 63, 89, 126, 289, 313, 322, 362.

Castleny Park, Kinsale, 141.

Castlesampson (Castle Sampson), co. Roscommon, 141.

Castleton, Nathaniel, petition for the office of Comptroller of the Penny Post, 97; restored to the office of Comptroller of the Penny Post, 383.

Caswall, John, lieutenant in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Catchlove, John, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Cater, Roger, ensign in colonel Webb's regiment, half-pay for, 155, 397.

Cathcart, James, cornet in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

Catherine of Braganca, Queen of Charles II, the Queen Dowager, title to the manor of Richmond, 37; jointure lands, 101, 131, 173, 196, 216; lord chamberlain to, see Feversham, Earl of; payment to, 49; fee farm rents granted to, 315; annuity granted to out of rents in Middlesex, 281.

Catt, Stephen, affidavit of, 115.

Caulfield, John, lieutenant colonel in colonel A. Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Toby, lieutenant colonel in Sir George St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, William, Viscount Charlemont, half-pay for as colonel, 154; regiment of, 390, 398, disbanded, list of officers, 154, 155.

Causse, — du, pension for, 147.

Cavan, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Cavan, Castilina, Countess of, payment to, 76.

Cavendish, William, Duke of Devonshire, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 203; plate lent to, 102, 355; payment to, 35, 238.

Cavenleeth, Caverleeth. See Cefnllys.

Caverley, William, grant of lands in Denbigh, Flint, Worcester and Gloucester, 162.

Cawsand Bay, co. Cornwall, 125.

Cawthorp, —, Customs officer for guarding the coast, 163.

-, William, Receiver General of, assessments for the parts of Lindsey and city of Lincoln, 323; petition of, 137.

Caylon, Anthony, lieutenant in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Cecil (Cecill), Robert, captain in colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, William, cornet in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Ceely, Richard, captain in brigadier Trelawney's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

Cefnllys (Cavenleeth, Caverleeth, Cefullys) co. Radnor, hundred of, 168, 200, 436.

Celeriez, —, pension for, 145 bis.

Cercle, Susan le, widow of Peter formerly captain in Belcastle's regiment, petition of, 426.

Cercler, —, pension for, 146.

Chaber, —, pension for, 145.

Chabrolles, —, pension for, 147.

Chadwick, John, lands of in co. Lancaster extended for debt, 413.

Chalamell, Pierre, pension for, 143.

Chalenor, Ruper, ensign in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Chaloner, Robert, captain, lease of Buckholt Wood, 123, 222.

Chamar, —, pension for, 144.

Chamberlain, Thomas, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, William, surveyor of House Duties, co. Northumberland, 184.

Chambers, —, gift to gilt to at the christening of his child, 245.

-, David, captain in colonel Mitchelborne's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Mathew, ensign in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Chamlorier, —, pension for, 147 bis.

Champante, John, agent to the Earl of Bellomont, 74, 340, 341, 385.

Champigny, — de, madame, royal bounty for, 372.

Champneis, John, sheriff of Somerset, 180.

Chancelerie, — la, pension for, 147.

Chandler, —, captain lieutenant in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Changuien, —, pension for, 142 bis.

Chapel, —, pension for, 142.

Chapell, — la, pension for, 143.

Chapen, Charles, next of kin to — Lassaigne, 208.

Chapham, Christopher, quarter-master in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Chapman, —, treasurer of the Leeward Islands, 25.

-, Aaron, agent in the Island of Nevis to colonel Codrington, 278.

-, John, tidesman, London port, 205.

-, Simon, messenger of the Chamber, 10, 11, 13.

Chard, —, of the Post Office, 89.

Chardin, Sir John, payment to, 375.

Charl, — du, madame, royal bounty for, 372.

Charlement. See Charlemont.

Charlemont, co. Armagh, 364; garrison, 157; barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Charlemont (Charlement), Viscount. See Caulfield, W.

Charles II, Comptroller of the Household to. See Berkeley, Sir C.
-, escape of from Worcester fight, 191; pensions for persons instrumental in the, 110.
-, grant of lands to John Sharpe by, 131; to Sir Richard Brown, 215.
-, Groom of the Stole to. See Bath, Earl of.
-, pension granted to the Earl of Kinnoul by, 199, 408.
-, grant of the office of Gauger in the seaports by, 418.
-, annuity granted to the Earl of Macclesfield by, 429.

Charles Fort (Charlessfort), Ireland, lieutenant governor of. See Waller, J.; guards at, fire and candle for, 367.

Charleville, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Charlton, John, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 435.

Charnell, William, ensign in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

Charnock, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 107, 193, 403.

Charrier, —, pension for, 147.

Chase, James, the King's apothecary, 61, 119, 191, 195.

Chasell, —, gatekeeper at Arlington Gate in St. James's Park, 170.

Chasloup, Chasseloup, Peter, lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 137, 452.

Chassignet, Baron, envoy extraordinary from the bishop of Osnaburgh, 168.

Chatham, co. Kent, 8, 337.

Chatine, —, senior, pension for, 146.

-, -, junior, pension for, 146.

Cheavely or Cheeveley, John, landwaiter, Plymouth, 125.

Cheek (Cheke), —, marshal of the Admiralty, 64.

Chelar, —, pension for, 142.

Chelmsford, co. Essex, 359.

Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 133; Royal Hospital, 56, 320, 331, 332, 453.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, 130; increased trade at, 427; collector at. See Aldey, W.

Cherryholm, Thomas, ensign in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Chester, castle, 165; governor of. See Kirkby, R.
-, county of, Auditor of, 391.
-, Justices of, salaries, 175, 226, 277, 328, 386. See also Jekyll, Sir J.; Lovell, Sir S.
-, Receiver General of assessments etc., 160, 161, 295, 324, 336, 352, 426.
-, Surveyor of taxes for, 244.
-, city and port of, 8, 44, 57, 161, 299, 302, 318, 320, 342, 356, 438.
-, Comptroller of. See Deane, M.; Marshall, S.
-, Customer of. See Meredith, R.
-, Customs establishment, list of officers, 234.
-, disabled soldiers lodged at, 453.
-, garrison, 330.
-, Governor of. See Kirkby, R.
-, inhabitants of, payments to for army quarters, 34, 109, 167, 235, 253, 408, 429.
-, Mint, 165, 334; deputy warden of. See Weddall, R.
-, post between Bristol and, 407.
-, Postmaster of. See Jackson, F.
-, Receiver General of. See Hollingshed, R.
-, searchers of. See Brett, J.; Waring, J.
-, sheriff of, payment to, 171.
-, surveyor of. See Done, E.; Harwood, T.

Chester, Anto., cornet in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Chesterfield, Earl of. See Stanhope, P.

Chesterford, co. Essex, 306.

Chesworth, co. Sussex, manor of, 130.

Chetwode, Sir John, baronetcy fee, 342.

Chetwood, John, sheriff of co. Stafford, 218, 221.

-, Thomas, cornet, half-pay for, 447.

Chetwynd (Chetwind), Charles, deputy to auditor Grey, 135; deputy auditor for Wales, 265; auditor, 43, 54, 56, 230, 239, 407.

Cheyne, Robert, captain in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Chichester, co. Sussex, 168, 184, 420.
-, cathedral church of, 259; arrears of tenths, 275, 276.
-, port, Comptroller of. See Dobell, J.
-, customer of. See Smith, J.; Whitehall, L.
-, searcher of, 128, 175, 419.

Chichester, Bishop of, 275, 276.
-, First Fruits due from, 230.
-, Tenths, discharge of arrears of, 409. See also Williams, J.
-, late Bishop of, 201.

Chichester, Arthur, Earl of Donegal, colonel, half-pay for, 153; regiment of, 390; disbanded officers of, half-pay for, 153, 398.

-, Charles, captain in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Richard, collector of Customs at Rappahannock River, 409.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher at Gravesend, 436.

-, William, Master of the Hawks, 224.

Child, Sir Francis et al., pension for Christ's Hospital, 40.

-, George, chaplain of colonel Wood's regiment, 430.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments etc. for co. Wilts and the city of New Sarum, 214, 324.

-, -, a redeemed captive, 178.

-, Leonard, Receiver General of assessments for co. Surrey and the borough of Southwark, 325.

-, Vernon, Mrs., charity for, 374.

China, President of, voyage of, 216 roots, seizure of, 359.

Chipre, —, pension for, 145.

Chobriers, —, pension for, 142.

Cholmondeley (Cholmondly), George, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 382.

-, Hugh, Viscount Cholmondeley, house of near St. James's Park, 169.

Christian, Cha., second lieutenant in the Marquis of Carmarthen's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, William, collector and customer of Carlisle port, 128, 382.

Christ's Hospital. See London-Streets etc.

Chudd, —, Mrs., house of near St. James's Park, 170.

Chudleigh, Hugh, comptroller of the accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 193, 376, 382, 416.

Church, George, lieutenant in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Ursula, royal bounty for, 372.

Churchill, —, 29.

-, Charles, major general, regiment of, 320, 430, 451.

-, -, captain in major general Churchill's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

-, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 372.

-, George, a Lord of the Admiralty, 202.

-, John, Earl of Marlborough, attending the Treasury, 91; governor to William, Duke of Gloucester, 410, 444.

-, John, a security for—Mordaunt, 27.

-, Joshua, captain in major general Churchill's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

-, William a security for — Mordaunt, 27.

-, -, payment to for stationery, 123.

Churchstoke, co. Montgomery, 287.

Chute, Thomas, clerk of the crown in Chancery, 107, 387, 421.

Cinque Ports, Arcliffe and Motes Bulwarks belonging to, 330.
-, garrisons of the, 330.
-, Judge of the Court of Admiralty of. See Oxenden, G.
-, Lord Warden and Lieutenant of, 53; issues for, 288, 330.

Civil, Hester d', royal bounty for, 372.

Clackclose, co. Norfolk, hundred of taxes, 162.

Clancarty, Earl of. See MacCarthy, D.

Clantaff or Clantarf, Ireland, lands called, 112, 200.

Clap, John, in New York province, payment to, 242.

Clare Castle, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Clare, Viscount. See O'Brien, C.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), —, 3.

-, -, adjutant, half-pay for, 153.

-, Edward, a commissioner of Excise, resignation of, 96.

-, -, payment to, 373.

-, Eliz., charity for, 374.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Thomas late collector of Excise, petitioner for stay of prosecution of her husband's debts, 384.

-, Francis, a messenger of the Chamber, 12.

-, George, Secretary at War, 10, 116, 137 bis, 176, 428, 429.

-, Henry, quarter-master in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, James, lieutenant in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

-, John, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.

-, -, Customs waiter at Pagham Point, 168.

-, -, tidewaiter at Bideford, 212.

-, Mary, charity for, 374.

-, Robert, watchman in fee, London port, 192.

-, -, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373 bis.

-, Robert, ensign in Colonel T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Samuel, a commissioner of Customs, 201.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Hereford, 324, 438.

-, -, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, Sir Samuel, baronetcy fee, 357.

-, Susanna, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Thomas, gratuity for, 223.

-, -, Customs collector, Yarmouth port, 233, 360.

-, -, collector of Excise cos. Hereford and Worcester, 265, 384.

-, William, officer in St. James's Park, 217, 281.

-, Zach., ensign in colonel T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Clarkson (Clerkson), Mathew, secretary of the province of New York, 242.

Claussade, Jean, pension for, 146.

Claverskerque. See Cleverskerke.

Clavier, —, pension for, 145, 146.

Clayton, Andrew, late collector of Excise, indebted to the King, 395; in Newgate prison, 420.

-, Sir Robert, lease of Kennington manor, 131, 170, 256.

-, William, an Agent for Taxes, 175, 245, 306, 389.

-, -, a clerk of the Exchequer, 26.

-, -, brother of Andrew, petition for the discharge of an Excise debt, 287, 420, 444.

-, -, et al., tobacco debentures allowed to, 254, 406.

Cleeve, Alexander, Customs officer, London port, 309.

Clements, John, ensign in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Cleraliere, — la, pension for, 144.

Clere, Pierre de, pension for, 143.

Clerk. See Clark.

Clerkson. See Clarkson.

Clervaux, —, pension for, 142.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Castlemaine, Barbara.

Cleverskerke (Claverskerque). See Brande.

Clide, —la, pension for, 147.

Clifford, Edward, lieutenant in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Cliffords Fort, co. Northumberland, 330.

Clifton. See Dartmouth.

Climsland Prior, co. Cornwall, manor of, lease of a tenement called Tregorffe in, 389.

Clinton, Henry, 7th Earl of Lincoln, petition of, 86; support of, 360; payment to, 394.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Susanna, Countess Dowager of Lincoln, royal bounty for, 360.

Cloche, —la, pension for, 147.

Clonawley [? Clonalea], Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Clonmel, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Clopton, Hugh, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant at Arms, 194.

Clovelly, co. Devon, 212.

Cloyde. See Clwyd.

Clutterbuck, William, searcher, Bristol port, 133, 318.

Clwyd (Cloyde), cos. Denbigh and Flint, river, 162.

Cobb (Cob), Richard, Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 159, 325, 371.

-, Thomas, late Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Southampton, 19, 357, 396, 412, 417.

Cobham, Richard, captain in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Cobley, Rudson, ensign in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Cock, John, deputy to the late Receiver for Prizes, 10, 13, 37, 258.

-, Mary, Mrs., annuity granted for the life of, 422.

Cookbook [co. Sussex or Hants.], 168.

Cockermouth, co. Cumberland, 227.

Cockham Wood near Upnor, co. Kent, garrison at, 331.

Cockle, Alexander, captain in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

-, Rallph, petition for remission of a Customs fine, 380.

Cockram, Edward, lieutenant in colonel Harvey's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Cockran, Rowland, lieutenant in the late Duke of Bolton's regiment, halfpay for, 448.

Cocks. See Cox.

Cocq, — la, pension for, 148.

Codd, William, lieutenant in colonel Colt's regiment, 452.

Codrington, Christopher, deceased, late Chief Governor of the Leeward Islands, accounts of, 21, 25, 75, 278, 279; arrears of salary, 75, 291; Governor in Chief and Commander in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, arrears of salary, 446; agents to. See Chapman, A.; Horn, S.; Hutcheson, —.; Parsons, E.

-, -, colonel, son of Christopher, 21, 25, 51, 56, 62, 75, 91, 109, 111, 440; Governor in the West Indies, 112; Governor of the Leeward Islands, 117, 278, 291, 363, 423, 427, 429, 446.

Coghlan, Garrett, petition of, estate of his father, 32, 234.

-, John, father of Garrett, 234.

Coke. See Cook.

Coker, Thomas, Customs collector at Perth Amboy, 161.

Colambine, — la, pension for, 146.

Colborn, Peter, ensign in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Cole, Christopher, surveyor at Dublin, petition for exchange to Bristol, 188; to be landwaiter at Bristol, 218.

-, Michael, captain, half-pay for, 153.

-, Richard, lieutenant, half-pay for, 137, 211, 452.

-, Robert, surveyor of House Duties, co. Durham, 184.

-, -, Agent and Consul at Algiers, 102, 178, 190, 339, 443.

-, Thomas, secondary in the Office of the Pipe, 195.

-, William, Consul at Algiers, 284.

Colebert, John, shipmaster, 262, 441.

Colebrook, co. Devon, 60, 339.

Coleby, co. Lincoln, 414.

Colecormack, Ireland, barracks at, 365.

Coleman, Richard, lieutenant in the late Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Colenbine (Collenbine, Columbin), Ventris, colonel, regiment of, 88, 213, 378, 410; disbanded officers of, halfpay for, 155, 397, 398.

Colepeper, Lord, letter to from Charles II, 431.

Coleraine, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Coles, George, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 382.

Coleshill, co. Flint, hundred of, 266.

Coling (Colinge), —, 10.

-, Benjamin, payment to for attendance on the House of Lords, 123; petition for former allowances, 409.

-, Richard, underclerk of the Privy Council, 235, 325, 409.

Collenbine. See Colenbine.

Colleton, Sir Peter, estate of John Caryll, 277.

Collett, Sir James, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 194, 228, 411.

Collier, —, colonel, regiment of, 220, 261.

Collingwood, —, colonel, regiment of in Antigua, 344.

Collins, George, a messenger of the Chamber, 57, 301; petition for allowances for journeys, 253.

-, James, tidesman at Weymouth, 275.

Collooney [? Cooloney] co. Sligo, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Collville. See Colville.

Colmore. See Culmore.

Colmore, William, sheriff of Warwick, 392.

Colnbrook, co. Buckingham, town of, payment to for paving, 321, 393.

Colombiere, —, pension for, 142.

Colombiers, —, pension for, 145.

Colon, Thomas, lieutenant in the late Duke of Bolton's regiment, halfpay for, 448.

Colstable Farm, lands called, 131.

Colt, Edward Dutton, colonel, memorial of, 116, 428; half-pay for, 452.
-, Marine Regiment of, 22, 27, 137, 204, 218, 309, 350, 356, 371.
-, in the West Indies in 1692, 70, 348; arrears of subsistence, 267, 268.
-, disbanded, 320, 452.

-, George Dutton, captain in colonel E. D. Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, John Dutton, customs collector of Bristol, 50, 231, 281, 300; charge against, 31, 33, 34, 44, 187, 230; dismissed from his office, 279.

Colville (Coelville), Helen, Lady, wife of Count Dona Ferassier, jointure lands of, 259.

-, Hill, first husband of Lady Helen, 259.

Colyear, Sir David, Lord Portmore and Blackness, Earl of Portmore, regiment of, 454.

Comarques, —, pension for, 142.

Combe Crunne, —, pension for, 144.

Combes, —, pension for, 143.

Combrecrose, —, pension for, 142.

Combwich, co. Somerset, 275.

Commerie, —, la, pension for, 144.

Compton, Hatton, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 328.

-, Henry, Bishop of London, royal bounty to, for the support of Greek youths, 399.

-, Robert, officer appointed to pay tickets and benefits under the Malt Act, 402.

Comte, Francis le, in New York province, payment to, 242.

Conde, John la, captain in the Marquis de Puissar's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Congreve, William, customer of Poole port, 424.

Conigrave, William, captain in colonel Webb's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Coningham. See Cunningham.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, Paymaster General of the Forces in Ireland, 32, 51, 53, 54, 61, 62, 92, 100, 106, 109, 110, 126, 200, 205, 218, 220, 248, 273, 275, 291, 296, 299, 308, 337, 351, 363, 368, 376, 379, 381, 388, 390, 396, 406, 409, 416, 420, 424, 425, 426, 429, 440.

Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, 256.

Connecticut, collector of Customs in, instructions to for securing English vessels, 381.

Connell, —, 10, 13.

Conniers. See Conyers.

Conning, William, boatman in fee, Plymouth, 125.

Connock, William, ensign in colonel Colenbine's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Consane in Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 213.

Constantin, —, pension for, 143 bis.

Conte, — la, pension for, 148.

Contiere, Aug[ustus] de, ensign in the Marquis de Puissar's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Conway, — charity for, 375.

-, George, ensign in the Royal Regiment of Foot, half-pay for, 155.

Conyers (Conniers), Denis, a redeemed captive, 178.

-, John, a King's Counsel, 99.

-, -, lieutenant in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

-, Sir John, a surety for John Mason, 58, 74, 287, 302.

-, William, royal bounty for, 372.

Coode, —, captain, commander of the Messenger advice boat, 135, 159.

Cooe, Jonathan, Surveyor General of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, 131; surveyor of taxes, co. Huntingdon, 244.

Cook (Coke), Abell, ensign in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

-, Isaac, comptroller of Ipswich port, 304.

-, John, register of certificate cocquets in the searchers' office London port, 192.

-, Nich., lieutenant in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, Robert, lieutenant in colonel F. Hamilton's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

-, Sir Thomas, 4, 41.

desires two presses to be sent to India, 25.

shares in the estate of Sir J. Freind, 16, 23, 39, 45, 48, 268, 269.

et al. of the Old East India Company, 79, 81, 82.

-, William, ensign in the late Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Younger, cornet in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Cookham, co. Berks, South Coppice, North Coppice and Woodward's tenement near, 201.

Cookley, Abraham, lieutenant in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Cookman, Henry, captain in brigadier Tiffin's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Cooloney. See Collooney.

Coons, Richard, ensign in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Cooper, Charles, second lieutenant in the Marquis of Carmarthen's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, Edward, cornet in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Ellis, captain of marines 43, 53, 253, 265, 287; half-pay for, 453.

-, John, lieutenant of the Royal Regiment of Foot, half-pay for, 155.

-, -, ensign in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

-, Mabella, royal bounty for, 372.

-, William, a King's Counsel, 99; Counsel for the New East India Company, 82, 83.

Coote, Charles, Earl of Mountrath, grant of lands in Kildare and Queen's County to, 402.

-, Richard, Earl of Bellomont, 5, 31, 46, 58, 160, 107, 229.
-, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the province of New York, 185, 241, 242, 243, 337, 391.
-, Governor of New England, 140, 218, 337.
-, action by J. Bass and J. Lofting against, 63, 93, 105, 396, 399.
-, agent to. See Champante, J.

-, Richard, colonel, half-pay for, 448; regiment of, 320, 390, 410, 411.

Cope, Downham, captain in Sir George St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, Walter, ensign in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 11.

Coppice Wood, grant of, 136.

Corbet, —, 1, 10.

-, John, major in colonel Leigh's Dragoons, half-pay for, 447.

Corbettes, —, pension for, 143.

Corbier, James, et al, payment due to for army boots, 199.

Cordwent, Mary, widow of Richard, petition for money due for clothing supplied to marine regiments, 127, 247, 252.

-, Richard, 247.

Cork, county of, Governor of. See Cox, Sir R.

Cork, co. Cork, 246, 364.

barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

garrison, 157.

Governor of. See Jeffreys, Sir J.

Corker, Robert, merchant, grant to of the arrears of the profits of the office of Havener of the Duchy of Cornwall, 361.

Corkish, —, Customs riding officer, 6 163, 167.

Cor Lamarie. See Lamarie.

Cormack, William, lieutenant in colonel Tidcomb's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, E.

Cornelish, Hellick, in New York province, payment to, 242 bis.

Cornelle, Rodolf, captain in Sir J. Hanmer's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Cornish, William, Customs collector at Lancaster to be collector at Bridgwater, 404.

Cornwall, county of, Commissioners of assessments, 167.
-, coast of, riding officer for the, 125.
-, Receiver General of assessments etc., 159, 325.

Cornwall, Duchy of, Auditor of 441; account demanded from, 279.
-, deputy auditor of, 167.
-, Havener, office of, 233, 291, 361. See also Corker, R.
-, possessions, 164, 262, 389, 436.
-, Receiver General of, account demanded from, 279, 429.
-, renewal of estates in, 123.

Cornwall, William, ensign in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord Cornwallis, petition of, 61; grant to for making copper halfpence in Ireland, 316.

-, Frederick, captain, arrears of pay, 337.

Corona. See Coruña.

Corsey, Clark, highway robber, arrested, 290.

Cortland. See Courtland.

Coruña (Corona), The Groyne, Spain, 238, 360; Consul at. See Barker, J.

Cosby, Henry, ensign in colonel A. Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Cosins. See Cousins.

Cosne, Peter de, lieutenant in colonel Webb's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Coste, — la, pension for, 144, 145 bis.

Cotterell (Cottrell), Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 168, 185, 290, 300, 386; annuity for, 301.

Cotton, Anthony and his heirs, rent payable to, 350.

-, Benjamin, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, -, tidesman, London port, 275, 281.

-, Beresford, captain in colonel George Villiers' regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, Sir John, perpetuity for, 192, 291.

-, Sir Robert, a commissioner for the Post Office, 356.

Couchman, Charles, a King's messenger, petition for pay, 416.

Coudriere, — la, pension for, 142, 147.

Coulom, John James, lieutenant, pay for as major-general in La Melonière's regiment, 368.

Coulon, —, pension for, 143 bis.

Cour, Guy de la, captain, pay for as captain lieutenant and standing captain in La Meloniére's regiment, 368.

Courageux, —, Monsieur, secretary to Count de Prela, gift of a gold chain and medal to, 290.

Courland, Russia, Duke of, envoy extraordinary from. See Blomberg.

Coursel, —, pension for, 146.

Court, — la, pension for, 143.

Courteille, —, pension for, 147.

Courthalse alias Shortneck, Henry, arrested for abusing Customs officers, 311.

Courthope (Courthorp), James, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 382.

-, John, colonel, regiment of, 390.

Courtland (Cortland), Stephen, a commissioner of revenues for New York, 241, 242, 243.

Courtney, William, captain, half-pay for, 450.

Cousin, —, monsieur, payment to for gilding at Windsor Castle, 33, 232.

Cousins (Cosins), John, petition of for a noli prosequi, 270.

Couteaud, Charles, pension for, 143.

Coventry, co. Warwick, monastery of the Virgin Mary in, 359; Receiver General of assessments, 323.

Coward, Thomas, ensign in major general T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, William, captain in colonel Echlyn's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, 171.

Cowley, Edward, second lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cox (Cocks), Charles, 31, 33, 187.

-, John, payment for attendance at the Council Chamber, 383.

-, Nathaniel, deceased, late a Keeper of the Council Chamber, payment to the executors of, 308, 339.

-, Sir Richard, Governor of the county of Cork, 273.

-, Richard, a Commissioner of Excise, 385.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Gloucester, 159, 323.

-, Robert, army chaplain, half-pay for, 453.

-, Samuel, deputy naval officer at Barbados, 157.

-, William, captain in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

- See also Hunt, T.

Coy, John, colonel, regiment of Horse of, agent to. See Alcroft, T.

Crab, Crabb, Crabbe, Thomas, seizure of wool, 18, 184, 206.

Craddock, Paul, first lieutenant in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Cradock, Leonard, captain in major general Pole's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Cragg, Alexander, second lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Cramache, —, pension for, 142.

Cranbrook (Cranbrook), co. Kent, hundred of, 188.

Cratchrode, Cha., captain in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Crawford, Thomas, first lieutenant in colonel Seymour's regiment, halfpay for, 452.

Crawley, —, register of the Admiralty, 64.

Creed, John, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Richard, captain in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Creighton, Abraham, colonel, half-pay for, 153; regiment of disbanded, list of officers to receive half-pay, 153.

-, David, captain in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, John, ensign in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Cremer, Thomas, inspector of the Tellers of the Receipt cash and vouchers, 60, 298, 303; discharged from office, 57.

Cresseron, —, pension for, 144.

Cresset, James, payment to, 8; extraordinaries of, 34; envoy extraordinary to the Elector of Brandenburg, 56; envoy extraordinary to the Princes of Brunswick and Luneburg, 165, 239, 291, 293, 298, 415, 443.

Crevemore, Jacques, charity for, 374.

Crickhowell, co. Brecon, hundred of, assessments, 140.

Crimes, Ann, wife of Henry, petition for assistance, 334.

-, Henry, sued at Doctors' Commons, 334.

Crispe, John, collector of Customs outwards, London port, 333.

-, Thomas, collector of Customs outwards, London port, 333.

Croft [? Cross], —, prosecution of, 115.

Crofton, Henry, ensign in colonel Thomas St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, John, ensign in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Richard, captain in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, -, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Crofts, Benjamin, customer and collector of Carlisle port, 128.

-, James, captain of dragoons, halfpay for, 450.

Croisette, —, charity for, 375.

Croix, — la, ensign in colonel Colenbine's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

Crommelin (Cromelin, Crumelin, Crummelin), Lewis, merchant, loan by for establishing the manufacture of flax and linen, 273, 274.

Cromp (Crump), Lawrence, Portcullis Pursuivant at Arms, 194.

Crompton (Crumpton), —, 40; salary of, 190.

-, Robert, Paymaster of the Malt Tickets or Benefits, 41, 419 bis.

-, Sampson, surveyor of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, superseded, 408.

Cromwell, Henry, captain in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

-, Oliver, the Protector, lease of tithes, by, 414.

-, William, farmer in the Isle of Wight, petition for remission of a fine, 236.

Crook, Japhaet, share in a brewhouse of Sir J. Freind, 39, 48, 277.

Cropley, Thomas, lieutenant of dragoons, half-pay for, 450.

Crosby, co. Lancaster, 234.

Crosby, —, gate keeper in St. James's Park, 169.

Cross (Crosse), Godfrey, escape of from Dover Castle, 27, 127.

-, Roger, reversion of a copyhold called Trinity in Bradninch, 438.

-, Thomas, noontender, London port, 358; deceased, 438.

- See also Croft.

Croston, James, landwaiter at Barnstaple to be tidesurveyor at Appledore, 212.

Crowland, co. Lincoln, manor of, 196, 216.

Crozat, —, pension for, 144.

Croze, Anthony Marie d'la, vicar of the parish church of Old Windsor, yearly allowance to in lieu of tithes, 283.

Crubane, Thomas, Customs officer at Longtown, 233.

Cruce, Vincent, lieutenant in colonel G. Hamilton's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Crull, Vincent, royal bounty for, 222, 227.

Crumelin, Crummelin. See Crommelin.

Crumpton. See Crompton.

Crunne. See Combe.

Cuddon, Francis, Receiver General of land tax for London, Westminster and Middlesex, and Inns of Court and Chancery, 160.

-, Sir Thomas, chamberlain of the city of London, 236; Receiver General of assessments for London and Westminster and co. Middlesex, 189, 256, 324; Receiver General of duties on Houses and on Marriages, 419.

Cuffe, Gerard, lieutenant in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Cull, Richard, lease of the manors of Rosedale, Crowland, Hogsthorp, Barrow, Barton and Gouxhill, 18, 196, 216.

Cullen, Ireland, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Culliford, —, and partner, contract for Navy canvas, 43, 265.

-, Elizabeth, administratrix of captain W. Webster, 126.

-, Robert, comptroller of Southampton port, salary of, 211.

-, William, Inspector General of all Imports and Exports, 326.

-, -, lieutenant colonel in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447; late major of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 91, 367, 388,

Cullon, Richard, first lieutenant in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Culmore [? Colmore] [co. Londonderry], fort, 364; barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Culpeper, John, Lord Culpeper, memorial of, 30; royal bounty for, 40, 236.

Cumberland, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 324, 334; Receiver General of taxes, 214, 266, 280, 298; sheriff of, accounts, 359.

Cunningham (Coningham, Cuningham), —, Mrs., charity for, 375.

-, -, widow, charity for, 375.

-, -, colonel, regiment of, halfpay for disbanded officers, 397.

-, John, colonel, petition of, 85.

-, Michael captain in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Murtogh, captain in Sir George St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, Patrick, prosecuted for treason, 126.

-, Robert, quarter-master in colonel Leigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

-, -, first lieutenant in colonel Holt's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

Cupper, Mathias, loans to, 269.

Curle, John, late sheriff of Wilts., rewarded for arresting highwaymen, 297, 339.

Curry, George, lieutenant in colonel A. Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

Curtis (Curteis), George, a mercer of Maidstone, remission of a fine, 176, 322.

-, James, boatman and tidesman at Whitehaven, 234.

Cushin, John, quarter-master in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Cuthbert, John, boatman at Hutham and Brancaster, 254.

Cutts, John, Baron Cutts of Gowran, Governor of the Isle of Wight, payment to, 218, 223; Foot regiment of, 390.

Cyprus, wool imported from, 226.

Cyre. See St. Cyre.