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'Index of persons and Places: D', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15: 1699-1700 (1933), pp. 482-488. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83256 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Dabadie, —, pension for, 143.

Dagg, John, Customs collector of Fowey, 125, 328.

Dagley, [Anthony], servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Dagni or Dagnia, Onesiphorus or Sipherous, petition of, allowance for debentures on glass bottles, 246, 252.

Dagos, —, pension for, 145.

Dahlem, Sixt., captain, petition of for half-pay, 323; half-pay for, 454.

D'Ailvergue, Edward, army chaplain, half-pay for, 454.

D'Albenas. See Albenas.

D'Albinque. SeeAlbinque.

Dalbon, pension for, 144.

D'Alby. See Alby.

Dale, Henry, first lieutenant in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, Nathaniel, father of Richard, tidesman, London port, 391.

-, Richard, tidesman, London port, 391.

Dalem, Lambert Van, charity for, 374.

Dales Soustelle. See Soustelle.

Daliel, Robert, captain in colonel Gibson's regiment, half pay for, 449.

D'Alix. See Alix.

Dallon [D'Allonne], —, payment to, 373.

D'Allone. See Allone.

D'Allonne. SeeDallon.

D'Allons. See Allons.

Dally, John, captain in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Dalmas, —, pension for, 145.

-, John, lieutenant in colonel Belcastle's regiment, pay for, 218, 368.

Dalterac, James, pension for, 146.

Dalton, —, Lady, petition of, 32.

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

- See also Daulton.

Dambois.—, pension for, 147.

Damer, Joseph, lease of Inglishcombe Farm, 128, 164.

-, -, son of Joseph, lease of Inglishcombe Farm, 128, 164.

Dampier, —, pension for, 146.

Danby, William, ensign in brigadier Selwyn's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

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

Dancour, Paul, ensign in colonel Mordaunt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

Dancy, Richard, captain in major general Stewart's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Dangilbaud,—, pension for, 143.

Daniel (Daniell), Alexander, deputy patent searcher in Bristol port, 367.

-, Engleby or Ingolby, Customs searcher at Hull, 88, 232, 371.

-, William, ensign in Sir B. Granville's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

Danroches, —, pension for, 147.

Dansay, Francis, Customs riding officer at Rye, 168.

Dansey, John, collector of Customs at North Potomac, 209.

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

Dapilly, —, pension for, 144.

D'Arabin. See Arabin.

Darbonne, —, pension for, 144.

Darby, Rixton, lieutenant, half-pay for 449.

Darnelli, —, of the Post Office, 89, 90.

Darques,—, pension for, 143.

Darrell, Edward, debt owing to, 134.

D'Arros. See Arros.

D'Arseliers. See Arseliers.

Dartiquenave, —, Mrs., charity for, 374.

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

Dartmouth, co. Devon, 161, 171, 358; agent for prizes at. See Carter, W.; Henry VII.'s perpetuity to Clifton, Dartmouth and Hardness, 58, 273, 301; collector of Customs at. See Bower, T.; Jenkinson, T.

Dartmouth, Lord, See Legge, G.

Dashwood, Sir Robert, mortgage of, 126.

-, Sir Samuel, a former Farmer of Excise, 77, 81.

D'Assas. See Assas.

Dassell, Samuel, customs officer, London port, 309.

Datchet (Datchett, Dachet), co. Buckingham, ferry, sale of, 112, 420.

Daubussarques, —, pension for, 142.

Dauge,—, pension for, 145.

Daulton, John, ensign, half-pay for, 449.

- See also Dalton.

Daunix, —, pension for, 147.

Dauntsey (Dawntsey), co. Wilts., manor of, 3, 132, 199.

Daussy,—, pension for, 148.

Dauterall,—, pension for, 145.

Dauteville,—, pension for, 144.

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

D'Aversperg. See Aversperg.

Davesson. See Davison.

David, —, charity for, 374.

Davies (Davis), Arthur, captain in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, halfpay for, 153.

-, David, affidavit of, 261.

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

-, Edward, surveyor of taxes cos. Cardigan and Montgomery, 244; surveyor general of taxes co. Montgomery, 173, 188.

-, -, surveyor of taxes cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 244.

-, Eleanor, wife of Griffin, 128.

-, Griffin, lease of lands in co. Denbigh, 128.

-, Griffith, lease of lands in co. Denbigh, 128.

-, John, royal bounty for, 276, 380.

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

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

-, -, first lieutenant in colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

-, Luke, lieutenant in colonel Echlyn's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

-, Nicholas, surveyor, waiter and searcher, Isle of Man, 161.

-, Peter, landwaiter to be jerquer, Bristol port, 306, 313.

-, Samuel, lease of lead mines in Flintshire, 54, 56.

-, Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 277.

-, -, prosecution of, 321.

-, William, tidesman, London port, 171, 262, 441.

Davison (Davesson), Alexander, lieutenant in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, Joseph, pension for, 143.

-, William, captain, half-pay for, 319, 454.

Dawntsey. See Dauntsey.

Daws, Warner, captain in Sir B. Granville's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Dawson, John, lieutenant in colonel F. Hamilton's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

-, Thomas, ensign in colonel F. Hamilton's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Day (Dey), Andrew, ensign, half-pay for, 449.

-, William, et al., lease of mines in Cantermelenydd, 200.

D'Civil. See Civil.

Deal, co. Kent, 383, 391, 438; castle, 330; Customs collector at. See Smith, J.; Whitehall, L.

Dean, Forest of, Conservator and Supervisor of, allowances to, 202, 288, 411. See also Wolseley, W., Mordaunt, H.; Keepers of, allowances to, 202, 288.

Dean, Hugh, captain in colonel Mordaunt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

-, John, lieutenant in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

Deane, Marmaduke, comptroller of Chester port, 333.

-, Thomas, surveyor and inspector of taxes co. Berks., 244, 246.

De Bardonnanche. See Bardonnanche.

De Barnier. See Barnier.

De Beaubuisson. See Beaubuisson.

De Beaupy. See Beaupy.

De Beisay. See Beisay.

De Belcastell. See Bescastle.

De Bescastell. See Bescastell.

Debette,—, pension for, 146.

De Blanzac. See Blanzac.

De Boirond. See Boirond.

De Bouzolles. See Bouzolles.

De Boye. See Boye.

De Brancons. See Brancons.

De Brien. See Brien.

De Brienne. See Brienne.

De Brisac. See Brisac.

De Bruse. See Bruse.

De Castelfranc. See Castelfranc.

De Castelfrance. See Castelfrance.

De Castelnau. See Castelnau.

De Champigny. See Champigny.

De Clere. See Clere.

De Contiere. See Contiere.

De Cosne. See Cosne.

Decury, —, pension for, 142.

Dee, Mary, widow, lands of near Windsor, 216, 222.

-, Henry, 222.

-, William, 222.

Deering, Unton, captain of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Defornoux, —, pension for, 143.

De Francefort. See Francefort.

De Galline. See Galline.

De Galy. See Galy.

Degout, —, pension for, 146.

De Gually. See Gruelle.

De Gualy. See Gruelle.

Deguillen, —, pension for, 145.

Degulhon, Estien, pension for, 143.

-, Francois, pension for, 146.

De Hervart. See Hervard.

De Hounsterdyke. See Hounsterdyke.

Dejoy,—, pension for, 145.

Dejoye, James, ensign, half-pay for, 452.

De la Barr. See Barr.

De la Bene. See Bene.

De la Borde. See Borde.

De la Boucheterre. See Boucheterre.

De Lacherois. See Lacherois.

De la Cour. See Cour.

De la Font. See Font.

De la Fountaine. See Fountaine.

De la Hospitall. See Hospitall.

De Laigle. See Laigle.

De la Maria. See Maria.

De la Muce. See Muce.

De Languereque. See Languereque.

De la Noe. See Noe.

De la Rue. See Rue.

De Laspoise. See Laspoise.

De la Touche. See Touche.

Delaval (Delavall), —, employment in the Customs, 44, 280.

-, George, captain, accounts of, 78, 85; allowance to, 111; redemption of English captives in Barbary, 33, 235, 238, 417, 418; payment to for carrying on a treaty with the Emperor of Morocco, 284, 417, 418, 419; interpreter to. See Nicholas, G.

De la Vall. See Vall.

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

De l' Espois. See Laspoise.

De Leveray. See Leveray.

De Ligniere. See Ligniere.

De l' Isle. See L'Isle.

De Lisle. See Lisle.

Delivron, Abrahm, captain, half-pay for, 452.

De Loches. See Loches.

Delome (De Lome), —, pension for, 147; surrendered, 388.

De Longpre. See Longpre.

De Lorme. See Lorme.

De Lorth. See Lorth.

Delpy,—, pension for, 143.

De Magny. See Magny.

De Marretts. See Marretts.

Dematrius, Mary, petition for compensation for her husband's ship the Nightingale of Chester taken into the King's service, 342.

De Maubuisson. See Maubuisson.

De Mazarec. See Mazarec.

De Melonier. See Melonier.

De Miremond. See Miremond.

De Miremont. See Miremont.

De Montandre. See Montandre.

De Montd. See Montd.

De Montedier. See Montedier.

De Monteze. See Monteze.

De Montgomery. See Montgomery.

Denbigh, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 160, 324.
-, surveyor of taxes for, 244.
-, waste lands in, rents of, 263.

Denbigh and Montgomery, counties of, Keeper of the original seal for the, 265. See also Meredith, E.

Denbigh, Earl of. See Feilding, Basil.

Denie, Charles, pension for, 146.

- See also Denny.

Denmark, Court of, Resident at. See Gregg, H.
-, King of, 17; Resident from. See Pauls, Monsieur.
-, Prince of, 90; attending the Treasury, 91.
-, Prince of, 90; attending the Treasury, 91.
-, Princess of, payment to, 49.
-, treaty with, 297.

Dennis, John, money order assigned to, 252.

Denny, George, lieutenant in Mathew Bridge's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

- See also Denie.

Dentilly, John, captain in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

De Pardaillon. See Pardaillon.

De Pelisier. See Pelisier.

Deperay, —, pension for, 143.

Depeyster. See Peyster.

De Plessy. See Plessy.

De Poncet. See Poncet.

Deppe, —, pension for, 146.

De Prela. See Prela.

Deprez, —, pension for, 145.

Deptford, co. Kent, 190, 222.
-, Says (Sayes) Court Manor, 215, 222.

West Broomfield, 215, 222.

Depuis, —, pension for, 143.

De Puissar. See Puissar.

Depuissars. See Puissar.

De Puysare. See Puissar.

Derby, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 127, 325.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, W.

Derby (Derbie), John, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Dorset, 183, 324.

De Regnier. See Regnier.

Dereham, Charles, captain, half-pay for, 452.

De Renvall. See Renvall.

Dering, Charles, Auditor General of the Revenue, Ireland, 311.

-, Unton, captain in the Marquis of Carmarthen's regiment of marines, 76, 343.

De Rocheblave. See Rocheblave.

De Rossiers. See Rossiers.

Derwentwater, Lord. See Radclyffe, E.

Desalaux, —, pension for, 144.

De Sallie. See Sallie.

Desamblards, —, pension for, 144.

De S. Auban. See S. Auban.

Desbordes, James, second lieutenant, half-pay for, 452.

-, John Peter, captain in Mathew Bridges regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Desbrisay, —, captain, attorney for dame Mary de Beaupy and Peter de Brisac, 420.

Desbrosses,—, pension for, 143.

Deschamp, Isaac, in New York province, payment to, 242.

Desclouseux, —, lieutenant, half-pay for, 453.

De Sediere. See Sediere.

De Senegas. See Senegas.

Desers,—, pension for, 144.

Des Etangs. See Etangs.

Desherbiers, —, pension for, 146.

Desiles, —, pension for, 143.

Desloires, —, pension for, 142.

Desmarest, —, pension for, 145.

Desodes, —, pension for, 146.

Desparandieu, —, pension for, 146.

Despree, —, pension for, 148.

De St. Auban. See St. Auban.

D' Estendes. See Estendes.

De St. Eugene. See St. Eugene.

De Stirum. See Stirum.

De St. Just. See St. Just.

De St. Loup. See St. Loup.

Dethick, Henry, Richmond Herald, 194.

De Venevelle. See Venevelle.

De Venevelles. See Venevelles.

Devenish, Hen., ensign, half-pay for, 451.

Devenish, Robert, York Herald, 194.

De Verangeville. See Verangeville.

De Verazell. See Verazell.

De Vere, Aubrey, Earl of Oxford, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 328; petition of, lease of the Penny Post Office, 101; regiment of, 297, 316; royal bounty for, 39, 45, 258, 322, 339, 434.

Devereux, Walter, 87; his proposals for preventing the export of wool, 71, 90, 96, 108, 352; his charges against the Treasury Solicitor, 100, 104, 106, 108, 111, 113, 114, 115, 394, 418, 423.

De Vese. See Vese.

Devet, James, lieutenant in colonel A.

Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

De Villattes. See Villattes.

De Villeneave. See Villeneave.

De Virazell. See Virazell.

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

De Vittenvall. See Vittenvall.

Devon, county of, coast of, riding officers for the, 125; Receiver General of assessments etc., 204, 323.

Devonshire, Duke of. See Cavendish, William.

Dewey. See Dewy.

Dewharst, Ann, servant to the late Queen salary of, 373.

De Witt. See Witt.

Dewy (Dewey), Benjamin, landwaiter at Harwich restored as surveyor of Ipswich port, 391.

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

Dey. See Day.

De Young. See Young.

Deynze (Deynse), Benjamin, 66, 346.

D'Frise. See Friesen.

D'Hanus. See Hanus.

D'Harcourt. See Harcourt.

D'Hercourt. See Harcourt.

D'Herse. See Herse.

D'Hours. See Hours.

Dickens, —, 106.

Dickenson, Daniel, lieutenant in colonel How's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Dieppe, France, 246, 389.

Dieren, Holland, 410; court at, 353.

Dilling, Martha, Mrs., robbery committed in the house of, 233.

Dillon, —, ensign in colonel Brewer's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

-, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon, lease of buildings in St. James's Park to, 399.

-, Robert, 6th Earl of Roscommon, regiment of, 390; petition of, 85, 103, 109.

Dingle, co. Kerry, barracks at, 365.

Dirley,—, to attend the Treasury, 118.

Disney, Ann, royal bounty for, 372.

-, William, royal bounty for, 372.

Diss, co. Norfolk, 302, 333.

Dives, —, Mrs., charity for, 375.

Dixmude (Dixmuyd), Belgium, 66, 177.

Dixon, Henry quarter-master in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

-, John, second lieutenant in the Marquis of Carmarthen's regiment of marines, 343, 452.

Dixwell, Sir Basil, auditor of Excise, formerly lieutenant of Dover castle, 47, 52, 60, 89, 114, 116, 333, 426, 444.

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

D'La Croze. See Croze.

D'Laigle. See Laigle.

Dobell, John, comptroller of Chichester port, salary, 310.

Dobins, —, purchase of Mote Park, 93, 94.

Dobrczenski von Dobrczeniec (Obrasinsk), Baron, envoy extraordinary from the Elector of Brandenburg, 165.

Docton, Philip, captain, half-pay for, 450.

Docwra (Dockwra), William, of the Post Office, 87; accusation and sentence against, 89, 90; dismissed, 97, 383.

Dodd (Dod), —, 93, 94, 111, 215; counsel for the New East India Company, 82, 83.

Doddington (Dodington), George, Paymaster of the Navy, 1 21, 43, 45, 86, 110, 119, 127, 306, 410; memorial of, 58; a Trustee for Exchequer Bills, 335; reversion of annuities, 270, 271, 291.

Dodkins, Thomas, lieutenant in colonel Colenbine's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Dodson, Thomas, ensign in colonel G. Villiers' regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Dodsworth, Thomas, cornet in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

D'Offarrell. See O'Farrell.

Dohna, Christopher von, Count, envoy extraordinary from Brandenburg, 185.

-, Countess of, present of a diamond ring for, 300.

Doidge, Richard, landwaiter in Plymouth port, 125.

Doiley. See Doyley.

Dolling, Jos., captain-lieutenant in major general T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Dollon,—, pension for, 142.

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

Dolphin, Jos., surveyor in general of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, superseded 131; surveyor of House duties co. Cambridge, 244.

Domerque, —, pension for, 145.

Done. See Donne.

Donegal, Earl of. See Chichester, Arthur.

Donellan (Donelan Donnelan), John, lieutenant in brigadier Tiffin's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

-, Martha, mother and administratrix of Mathew Roydon an ensign, petition of for pay, 282.

-, Nehemiah, a Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Ireland, payment to for the Lent Circuit, 102.

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

Donne (Done), Edward, surveyor of Customs, Chester, 302, 369.

-, Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 54, 130, 171, 172, 173, 175, 215, 267, 334, 385, 386, 406, 428, 442.

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

Donnelan. See Donellan.

Donnovant, —, Mrs., charity for, 374.

Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, C.

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

Dormer, Charles, captain in colonel Harvey's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

-, -, a Page of Honour, 102, 382.

-, John, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 301.

Dornant, —, pension for, 143.

-, Samuel, lieutenant in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Dornell, William, major in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Dorset, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 183, 324.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, C.

Dortoux, —, pension for, 147.

Dougherley [sic for Dougherty], Walter, second lieutenant, half-pay for 452.

Doughty, Richard, collector of Customs at Wells-Burnham, dismissed, 302.

Douglas, —, dame, widow of Sir Robert royal bounty for, 228.

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

-, -, lady, charity for herself and her daughter, 375.

-, Charles, Earl of Selkirk, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 328, 395; payment to for a journey to the King of Denmark, 17, 21.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Queensberry, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 328.

-, -, Lord Mordington, payment to, 375.

-, -, captain, half-pay for, 151.

-, Sir Robert, slain at the battle of Steinkirk, 228; debt of, 68, 347.

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

Douse. See Dowse.

Dove, Edward, lieutenant in colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, Thomas, lieutenant colonel in colonel Gibson's regiment, halfpay for, 449.

Dover, co. Kent, 27, 114, 192, 254, 273, 314, 322; port, brewhouses in, 238; castle, 52, 127, Lieutenant of, allowances to, 288, 330.

Dover, —, lands in Kennington, 170.

Dowle, Job, Customs searcher, Gloucester port, 326.

Downing, Sir George, ambassador in Holland, 355.

Downpatrick, co. Down, 366.

Dowse (Douse), William, Receiver General of assessments, co. Huntingdon, 325.

Doyley (Doiley, Doyly), —, 52.

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

-, Richard, second lieutenant, halfpay for, 452.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments co. Monmouth, 159, 185, 295, 324; co. Oxford, 185; co. Stafford, and the city of Lichfield, 325.

D'Rada. See Rada.

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

-, John, quarter-master in colonel Harvey's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Draper, Mathew, ensign in colonel Brewer's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

-, William, searcher of Hull port, 88, 371.

-, -, a trustee for Greenwich Hospital, 400.

Drew, —, evidence given by, 219.

Drisdale. See Drysdale.

Drobus, Jacob, lieutenant in colonel Colenbine's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

Drogheda, co. Louth, barracks at, fire and candle for, 365; governor of. See Lassaigne, —.

Drogheda, Earl of. See Hamilton-Moore, H.

Drombale, Ireland, 365.

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

Drulhou, —, pension for, 142.

Drysdale (Drisdale, Drysdell), Hugh, ensign in colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

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

Du Barrie. See Barrie.

Dubat, —, Mlle., royal bounty for, 372.

Du Bay. See Bay.

Dublin, co. Dublin, 51, 218, 364, 368, 401.
-, Archbishop of, 21; perpetuity for, 141.
-, castle, 141; garrison at, 364; fire and candle for, 150, 364.
-, Christ Church, chantor of, perpetuity for, 141; dean and chapter of, perpetuity for, 141.
-, garrison, town major of, issues for, 149.
-, guards at, fire and candle for, 367.
-, library keeper, 21; petition of for salary, 92.
-, surveyor in. See Cole, C.
-, Town Major of. See Price, T.
-, Trinity College, enlargement of buildings at, 21, 34, 251; perpetuity for the provost and fellows of, 141.

Du Bochet. See Bochet.

Dubue, —, pension for, 145.

Du Caisse. See Caisse.

Du Cambon. See Cambon.

Du Causse. See Causse.

Du Charl. See Charl.

Duchesne, —, pension for, 143.

-, Jean, pension for, 146.

-, Theo., lieutenant in colonel Mordaunt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

Duchesnoy, —, pension for, 145.

Duckinfield, Loftus, captain in colonel R. Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Ducla, Peter, ensign, in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

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

Du Faux. See Faux.

Du Fay. See Fay.

Dufie, —, pension for, 145.

Du Fossat. See Fossat.

Dugdale, Sir John, Norroy King-at-Arms, 194.

Duglas, —, pension for, 144.

Du Hommette. See Hommette.

Duke, —, Mr., charity for, 374.

-, Elizabeth, charity for, 374.

Dumarest, —, pension for, 143.

Dumas, —, pension for, 145, 147.

Du May. See May.

Du Meny. See Meny.

Dunbar (Dunbare, Dunbarr), Andrew, lieutenant in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

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

-, Joseph, captain in colonel T. St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Philip, captain in colonel T. St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Duncan, —, Mrs., charity for, 375.

-, -, lieutenant colonel, payment to, 9.

Duncannon, co. Wexford, garrison at, 364; town major and governor of, allowance for, 149; barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Duncanson, —, lieutenant colonel to Lord Lorne's regiment, 10, 173; arrest of, 177; payments to, 5, 160.

Duncombe (Duncomb), Anthony, captain in Sir C. Shovel's regiment of marines, 343.

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

Dungannon [co. Tyrone], 366.

Dungarvan [co. Waterford], garrison at, 157; barracks at, fire and candle for, 365.

Dunkirk, France, 67, 346.

Du Parce. See Parce.

Dupare, —, pension for, 145.

Du Pare. See Pare.

Du Passy. See Passy.

Du Pay. See Pay.

Du Plessis. See Plessis.

Dupplin (Duplin), Viscount. See Hay, T.

Du Prat. See Prat.

Dupuy, —, pension for, 144.

Durant, Thomas, verdict against for exporting wool, 400.

Duras. See Durfort.

Durban, —, pension for, 145.

Durfort or Duras, Louis de, Earl of Feversham, Lord Chamberlain to Queen Catherine, 354; petition of on behalf of Queen Catherine for the repair of lodges in Whittlewood Forest, 359.

Durham, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., for, 160, 324, 413; surveyors of House duties for, 184.

Du Roy. See Roy.

Dursley, Lord. See Berkeley, Charles.

Dusand, —, pension transferred from, 388.

Duscaud, —, pension for, 144.

Duschenes, —, pension for, 143.

Dusignier, —, pension for, 146.

Du Soul. See Soul.

Dussand, —, lieutenant in colonel Colenbine's regiment, 398.

Dussous, Joseph, lieutenant in colonel Colenbine's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Dutree, —, payment to, 139.

Du Val. See Val.

Duval, Philip, pension for, 146.

Du Viell. See Viell.

Du Vivas. See Vivas.

Duxbury, Edmund, ensign in brigadier Ingoldsby's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Dyer, Cornelius, rewarded for convicting counterfeiters, 290, 339.

-, John, Customs waiter at Chichester, 168.

Dyke, Sir Thomas, a commissioner for Public Accounts, 304, 316; discharge of tax on his salary, 111.

-, Thomas, sheriff of co. Somerset, 186.

Dymchurch, co. Kent, 167.

Dymeny, Frederick, pension for, 146.

Dymond, Philip, captain in colonel G.

Villiers' regiment, half-pay for, 154.