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'Index of persons and Places: B', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 452-464. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83329 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Babington, Ann, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Bache, —, King's locksmith, widow of, payment to, 347.

Backwell, John, comptroller of Customs, London port, 252.

-, Tyringham, deputy comptroller of Customs, London port, 252.

Bacon, Nathaniel, Auditor of Public Accounts in Virginia, 202, 203; Rebellion of, 359.

Badez, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Badger, Henry, mole taker, new Park, Richmond, 144.

Baffignac, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bagnall, —, Receiver of the 6 months' Tax for Derby, 127.

-, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Bagshot Lodge, co. Surrey, 125.

Baily. See Bayley.

Baines, Henry, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

-, John, process ad computandum against, 332.

Bakehouse, tenement in Old Park at Richmond, 135.

Baker, —, Capt., 353.

-, [John], Capt., Royal Oak Lottery Pensioner, 422.

-, Henry, Treasurer Solicitor, 8, 15, 22, 30, 34, 51, 67, 71, 96, 104, 106, 133, 135, 168, 175, 176, 189, 207, 219, 222, 224, 237, 257, 279, 307, 333, 334, 339, 347, 353, 375, 388; accounts of, 226, 319, 372; issues to, 11, 24, 45, 102, 116, 139, 172, 178, 183, 208, 341, 370, 417; salary of, 278, 375.

-, Nicholas, [Treasury Solicitor], 26, 31, 44, 135, 140, 172, 205, 257.

-, -, Receiver of Duties on Marriages for co. Worcester, 331.

-, Robert, surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for Somerset, 197, 220.

-, [Thomas], Consul to attend Treasury, 26.

-, Tho., Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Balandrie. See Ballandrine.

Baldock, Rutland, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Bale, Elizabeth, administratrix, 97, 291, 340.

-, Thomas, conductor of lawsuits in Exchequer Court, 291, 340.

Balkham, Richard, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Balknow. See Baun, co. Kilkenny.

Ball, [John], Clerk of the Works, 35, 37, 160, 191.

-, Henry, gent, 218.

-, Wm., purchasing moiety of, King's stock in New East India Company, 45.

Ballandrine (Balandrie), —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 177, 434.

Ballard, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Ballow (Ballowe), Henry, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, 156, 197, 220, 311; fee, 325, 332.

Ballylinch, co. Kilkenny, 283.

Balme, —, La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bamber, James, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439,

Bancons, Bancor, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 337, 435.

Banister, —, Country Mint, officer, 253.

-, Mrs., Queen Mary's charity to, 402.

Banks, —, to attend Treasury, 70.

-, William, 148, 246.

Baracus, Pierre, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Barbados, 271.

-, Assembly, Act of, 357.

-, chaplains going to, passage money for, 133, 134, 179, 290, 307.

-, Crown's casual revenue in, 357.

-, Four and a half per cent. Duty in, 149, 189. Commissioner of. See Cox, Samuel.

-, Governor of, 352.

-, regiment of Foot in, 222. And see Bridges, Sir T.

Barbary, English captives in, redemption of (collections and commissioners &c. for. See Redemption).

-, horses bought for the King in, 198.

Barbaut, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

- See Bastide.

Barclay, Hundred of, in Scray lathe [Shewinghope], co. Kent, 131.

Barington, —, Capt., Marine Regiment, 47.

Barker, Margret, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Barnard, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

-, Jeremy, tidesman, superior list, London port, 364.

-, Martha, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Barnardiston, Sir Samuel, 59; royal bounty to, 224.

Barnatre, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 433.

Barnes, Bernardine, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, Thomas, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Barnfield, Hundred of, in Scray lathe, co. Kent, 131.

Barnièr, Madame de, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Barnstaple, co. Devon, tobacco seized at, 423.

Baron, Humberston, chaplain going to Maryland, passage money for, 225.

-, Robert, chaplain going to the Bermudas, passage money for, 182.

Barr, Madame, de la, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Barrcroft. See Bearcroft, T.

Barrett, George, town Major of Hull, 311.

Barrington, Charles, Captain, abatement on regimental clothes for, 212.

Barrow, Frances, pensioner of Queen Mary, 402.

Barry, Francis, Customs riding surveyor, petition, 114, 341.

-, Lieut. Simon, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Mrs. Susan, Queen Mary's pension, 401.

Barton, Noel, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Thomas of Sylberton [Silverton], co. Devon, 159.

Barwick, Jonathan, riding officer at Cardurnock, Carlisle port, co. Cumberland, 123.

Baskerville, —, money received at the Mint, for, 5.

Basnelt, Booth, outlaw, 161.

Basoche, La, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bass, Jeremiah, damages and costs for, 15, 38, 154, 193.

-, Richard Le, Marshal of the Ceremonies, salary of, 145, 183, 334, 391.

Bastide, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bastide Barbaut, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bastide de Lons, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bastin, Martha, pensioner of Queen Mary, 17, 406.

Bateman, Sir James, a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 73, 75, 76, 287; loan by, 37.

Bath, Earl of. See Granville, John.

Bathurst, Sir B[enjamin], 12.

Batiscombe, Peter, lease of tithes to, 230.

Batt, William, 127.

Battely, Charles, second Secondary in Treasurer's Remembrancer's office, fee, 383, 413, 416.

Battles Walk or bailiwick, See Windsor Forest.

Batty, Joseph, preventive officer at Newlyn, co. Cornwall, 130.

Baume, De la, —, French pension on Irish Establishment, 337.

Baun (Bawn), alias Balknow, co. Kilkenny, 283.

Bauve, La, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bavaria, Elector of, royal present to the Envoy from, 252,

Bawkham, William, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Bawne. See Baun, co. Kilkenny.

Baxter, Warren, Cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Bay, — Du, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bayley (Bailey, Bayly), Benjamin, process against, 412.

-, John, capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 445.

-, Martha, officer's widow, royal bounty for, 208.

-, Richard, 154.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of Window Duties and Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Berks., 62, 250, 254, 256.

-, William, grant of office of surveyor of King's Honors, manor, lands and of the office of messenger of the Exchequer and Cryer of the Court in city and county of Chester, 398, 421.

Baynes, John (agent for Bridges' Regiment), 125.

-, -, riding officer, Whitby port, 428.

Baysse, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Beachley, Bristol port, Surveyor, waiter and searcher at, 286.

Beale, Richard, tidesman, Bridlington port, 428.

-, Roger, distiller, petition of, 394.

Beamond, William, tenement of, called the Bakehouse, Richmond, 135.

Bearcroft, (Barrcroft), Philip, Receiver of second 4/- Aid for co. Worcester, process against, 126, 429.

-, -, land surveyor, London port, 180.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Worcester city, surplusage due to, 305.

Beare, John, convicted for libelling King and Government, 373.

Bearsenburgh, John Van, Yeoman of the Robes, 447.

Beaubuisson (Beaubisson), Peter Guenon de, Gentleman of Bows, Guns, and Setting Dogs and keeper of King's Armoury, 75, 77, 286; attending King into Holland, 447; assistant to, 447.

Beauchamp, Jean, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Beauchief, co. Derby, priory of, 339.

Beauclerk, Charles, 1st Duke of St. Albans, Captain of Band of Gentlemen pensioners, 333; Hereditary Master Falconer of England, 90, 91; pension on Irish Establishment, 433.

Beaucour, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Beaufort, —, on Civil list, Ireland, omission of payment to, 396.

Beaujou, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Beaulieu, —, Irish pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Becket, John, Customs officer at Staithes, Whitby port, 428.

Bedford, Eliza[beth], poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 405.

Bedford, county, 137, 187.

-, -, collector of Excise for. See Jackson, Ralph.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments for, 150, 294.

-, -, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues. See Duncombe, J. and Jones, W., 126.

-, -, sheriff of. See Burgoyne, Sir J.

Bedford, 5th Duke of. See Russell, Wrothesley.

Bedorat, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bee, —, Queen Mary's charity paid to for three ladies at Twickenham, 404.

Begat, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 337.

beissade, La, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Belasyse (Bellasyse), Sir Henry, 79, 82; regiment of foot, medicine for, 412; transportation of, from Kinsale, co. Cork, Ireland to Port Royal, Jamaica, 318, 421; officers of, half pay, 444.

-, Lieut. Tho., half pay, 445.

Belcastle (Belcastel, Bellcastel, Bellcastle), Peter, Brigadier, 83, 101; pension, 362, 366, 370; French regiment in Ireland, arrears of pay, 169; payment to, 336.

Belford, Mrs., Queen Mary's Charity to, 405.

Beling, Sir Richard. See Bellings, Sir R.

Bell, John, postmaster of Newcastle-onTyne, 175.

-, Peter, petition, 168.

Bellamy, Thomas, discovering wine frauds, 181, 186.

-, William, Remembrancer of City of London, 277; payment to, for City Impost on Wines for Corporation of London, 310.

Bellasyse. See Belasyse.

Bellegarde, David, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bellet, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bellew, Tho., Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Bellingham, Sir Daniell, Deputy to Earl of Anglesea, Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, 226.

-, Sir Richard, 226.

Bellings (Beling), Sir Richard, a trustee of Queen Catharine, 102.

Bellomont, Lord. See Coote, Richard.

Belorient, —, Irish pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Benbow (Bendbow), Admiral, new credits for in West Indies, 98, 352.

Bendyshe, Henry, clerk to Attorney General, 279.

Bennet (Bennit), Benjamin, Lieutenant Governor of Bermudas, salary, 15, 20, 152, 153, 154, 342, 382.

-, Henry, 1st Earl of Arlington, 277, 380; heiress of., See Grafton, Duchess of.

-, Jervas, Receiver of Hearth-money for co. Derby, process against, 127.

-, Richard, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

-, -, noontender, Bristol port, 155.

-, Samuell, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

-, Thomas, schoolmaster at Fotheringhay, co. Northampton, 311.

-, Tho., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, William, tidesman, Liverpool port, 381.

Bennit. See Bennet.

Benson, Susanna, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

-, William, keeper of the Gaol co. Bucks., 155.

Bentinck, William, 5th Earl of Portland, Ambassador to France, 80, 299; Groom of the Stole, 143, 189; impeachment of, 320; Ranger of Windsor Great Forest, 15, 17, 76, 101, 158, 207, 229, 246; issues for, 156, 214, 290; reconveyance of lands to, 14, 149; superintendent of the King's Gardens, 62; salary as, 145, 184, 387.

Bentley, Joseph, landwaiter Liverpool port, 176.

-, Richard, Dr., Keeper of the King's Libraries, 74, 145, 184, 298.

-, William, (Lieut.), half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Bentley Park, Old Park at Richmond, 135.

Beraud, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Beresford (Berisford, Breresford), —, Mint Comptrolment Rolls, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 21, 22.

-, -, wife of, 4, 6.

-, George, lease of messuages at Westerham, 231.

-, Michael, lease of messuages at Westerham, 231, 232.

-, Samuel, chaplain going to Barbados, passage money for, 133.

Berkeley (Berkley), —, 50.

-, -, Jane, Royal Oak Lottery pensioner, 422.

-, -, John, 3rd Lord Berkeley of Stratton, Colonel of 2nd Regiment of Marines, 23, 128, 167.

-, -, 4th Viscount Fitz-Hardinge, 60, 251, 255; Keeper of the Mall, 337; fee as, 147, 183; one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer, 201, 244, 266, 320.

-, Mris Mary, daughter of Viscount Fitz-Hardinge, Maid of Honour to Queen Mary, royal bounty to, 17, 32, 251, 255, 401.

Berkshire, county, 136.

-, -, Crown Land Revenues, Receiver of, 126.

-, -, lease of lands and tenements in, 206.

-, -, manor of Wallingford in, 416.

-, -, Receivers General of Duties on Houses, Marriages and Windows for, 150, 293.

-, -, sheriff of, 18, 183.

-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 62, 150, 254, 255.

-, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas.

Berlin, Court of, Ambassador at. See Plantamour, P.

Bermudas or Summer Islands, 236.

-, ancient establishment of, 359.

-, clergy going to, passage money for, 182.

-, Company of Foot in. See Selwyn, Brigadier.

-, deputy to William Blaythwayte, as Auditor and Surveyor General of Revenues in. See Spofforth, Samuell.

-, Lieut. Governor of, 46, 210, 236, 414; salary of, 359; and see Day, Samuel; Bennett, Benjamin; Goddard, John; Richier, Isaac.

-, licences for fishing for whales, 359.

-, revenues of, 359.

-, Secretary, allowances of, 359.

-, shares of land in as Revenue, 359.

-, Sheriff allowances of, 359.

Bernard Antoine, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

-, Morgan, employee of Royal Africa Company, 428.

-, Tho., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Bernardon, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bernay, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bernière, —, La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bernonville, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Berry, Chas., Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 94, 336.

-, -, Cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

-, -, Lieut.-Col., half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Berry. See Bury.

Bertheau, —, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Bertie, Charles, treasurer of Ordnance, 64, 68, 266, 269, 311.

-, Peregrine, of the Alienation Office, 41,

-, -, undersearcher London port, 271, 310.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain of the Household, 99, 128, 350, 408.

-, Phillip, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Queen Mary, pension to, 41, 70, 260, 400.

-, Robert, payment to for Mrs. Cock, 310, 406, 415.

Berwick, co. Northumberland, bridge, annuity for repair of, 145, 185, 324.

-, -, garrison, allowance to, 424; gunners at, 50.

-, -, letters to Edinburgh to be paid for at, 395.

-, -, port, Controller of. See Frankling, Sir C.

-, Receiver general of taxes for, 293.

Bessieres (Bessiers), John (Jean), French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 169, 436.

Best, John, messenger and cryer of the Court at Chester, 398, 421.

Bestwall, co. Dorset, lease of tithes in, 230.

Bethell, Ralph, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

-, Slingsby, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Betty, Joseph, officer at Newlyn, Penzance port, 176, 369.

Bickerstaff, Richard, Capt., Lieut. half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Bickley, John, Captain in Col. Farrington's Regiment, 128, 196, 207.

Biddenham, co. Beds., 137, 187.

Biddulph, Simon, of Birbury, co. Warwicks, lease of portion of tithes of Franckton to, 152, 197.

Bideford, co. Devon, port, 160, tidesman at, 311.

-, Sick and Wounded quarters, 37, 192.

-, tidesman at, 311.

-, tobacco bonds accepted in discharge of Transport debentures, 160.

-, tobacco seized at, 423.

Bidloe, Dr. furniture for his bedchamber at Kensington, 431.

-, servant to, 431.

Bigg (Bigge), Benjamin, farm of Post Office for cos. of Lancs., and part of Westmorland, 246, 279.

-, Joseph, riding officer at Romney, Dover port, 364.

-, Stephen, farm of Post Office for cos. of Lancs. and Westmorland, 246, 279.

-, William, arrears of, assignment of, 55.

Bigneux, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bigos, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bilderbecqu, —, disbursements for the King at Cologne, 284.

Billiere, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Billingsley, Col. gunners at Berwick garrison, 50.

Bingham, John, goldsmith, Inspector in the Mint, petition, 212.

Bings, Major (Colonel), 110, 119.

Binks (Binke), Samuel, collector at Shoreham, to be collector at Chichester, 112, 398.

Bint, Charles, an officer for carrying the votes of the House of Commons, 248; messenger to Queen Mary, 402.

Birbury, co. Warwick, lease of tithe farm in, 197.

Birch, John, discovering illegal wool exports, 333.

-, Matthew, collector of Customs at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, 191.

Birchfeild, Francis, collector of Customs at Newcastle in Pennsylvania, 191, 311.

Bird [Byrd], William, Auditor and Receiver General of Land Revenue in Virginia in 1687, 161, 203, 204.

Bishop, Thomas, tidesman at Cowes, 381.

Bishops Castle, co. Shropshire, 136.

Blackbourne, hundred of in Scray lathe, co. Kent, 131.

Blackburne, John, petition for a drawback on Salt, 376.

Blackett, Sir William, 155.

Blackford, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Blackhedges Coppice, Hazelborough's Walk, Whittlewood Forest, felling of timber in, 206.

Blackhouse Field. See Blockhouse field.

Blackmore, Sir Richard, Kt. [physician to the King], petition re Excise officer's debt, 277.

Blackrath, co. Kilkenny, 283.

Blackstakes, roadstead, Medway, 306.

Blackwell, Sir Lambert, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Tuscany, 309; extraordinaries to, 392; Knight Harbinger, fee as, 116, 146, 184, 387, 413, 414; petition of, 63, 114, 327.

-, -, father of, grant to, out of forfeited estates in Ireland, 327.

Blair, —, payment on Lord Montgomery's outlawry, 373.

-, James, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Blakyston, —, 97, 98.

Blanc, —, Le, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bland, [Edward of the Wardrobe], to report concerning furnishing the lodging of the Pages of the Bedchamber at Hampton Court, 292.

Blany. See Blayney, Lord.

Blathwaite (Blathwayte), William:
-, Auditor General of the Plantations, 202, 256, 304, 424; Clerk of the Privy Council, 286, 383.

-, -, Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 188, 417.

-, -, issue to for secret service, 95, 341.

-, -, Secretary at War, 1, 10, 17, 29, 31, 36, 38, 48, 49, 51, 53, 54, 63, 65, 66, 71, 77, 86, 87, 89, 92, 93, 96, 97, 99, 101, 110, 117, 118, 152, 167, 185, 186, 187, 194, 209, 216, 221, 225, 226, 241, 242, 253, 259, 276, 281, 286, 306, 310, 314, 326, 327, 336, 351, 352, 421, 424; payments to as, 78, 93, 99, 103, 109, 354, 362.

-, -, Secretary of State, attending King in Holland, 70, 74, 75, 94, 281.

-, -, -, disbursements for the King when in Holland, 284.

Blaydon, Martin, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Blayney, (Blany), William, 6th Lord.

Blayney, Governor of Sligo, Ireland, 50, 69, 274, 396.

Blencow, William, Decipherer to the Secretary of State, 243, 248.

Blenheim, Edward, tidesman, London port, 171.

Bligh, Sidney, Collector at Padstow, co. Cornwall, 130.

Blockhousefield (Blockhouse Field), Milton parish, near Gravesend, lease of, 197, 365.

Blofield, Leonard, Receiver General of Assessments and Subsidies for co. Norfolk, 127.

Blomer, Dr. Thomas, lease of improvements in forest of Gillingham, co. Dorset, 311.

Blood, Col., petition of, 36, 191.

Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, manor of, claims against the Crown by owner of, 130.

Blosset, —, French pensioner in Irish Establishment, 436.

Blount, Geo., Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Blow, Dr. John, executor of Roger Hewett, cashier to the Earl of Ranelagh, 266.

Bludworth, Bartho, process against, 152.

-, Charles, 50, 198; petition, 152.

-, Sir Thomas, 152; process against estate of, 152.

Blythe, co. Northumberland, 407.

-, Pans, co. Durham [sic]. See Blythe, co. Northumberland.

Blythnook, co. Northumberland, Newcastle port, waiter and searcher at, 398.

Boardman, —, clerk going as chaplain to the Leeward Isles, passage money to, 262.

Bobin, Isaac, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Bochet, — Du, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bocock, Mary, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Boden, —, Supervisor of the County of Chester, 398.

Boddington (Bodington), James, of London, Army clothier, 56, 57, 58, 61, 238, 419.

Bodiga (Bodigga), co. Cornwall, 327.

Bodley, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for Montgomery, 254, 324.

Bodville, Charles, Earl of Radnor, grant of office of Steward of the Duchy of Cornwall, borough and manor of Bradninch, co. Devon, Steward of all lands of the Duchy in Cos. Cornwall and Devon; Warden and Steward of the Stannaries and of the Stannary Court and of Ryder and Master of the Forests and Chase of Dartmoor, 422.

Boiragon, Louis, pension on Irish Establishment, 177.

Boirond, Samuel du, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Boisbelland, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Boisribeau, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Boissière, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Boissonade? See Borsonade, La.

Boistaquette, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Boitoux (Bortoux), —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bolleroy, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 337.

Bolles, William, tenant, 339.

Bolton, Duke of. See Powlett, Chas.

-, John, tidewaiter, 250.

-, Penelope, officer's widow, Royal bounty to, 208.

Bonnabel, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bonnell, Jacob, of London, merchant, importing treacle from Venice, 191.

Bonneval, —, French pension on Irish Establishment, 337.

-, Mathieu, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bonniface, —, pension on Civil List, Ireland, 155, 396, 436.

Boot, Obadiah, lease of coal mine to, 339.

Booth, Benja[min], footman in Queen Mary's household, 401.

-, Humphry, captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Nathaniel, Surveyor of Greenwax in the Exchequer Court, salary to, 308, 317.

Bophin, Lord, (9th Earl Clanricarde.) See Bourke, J.

Borcelan (Borssele), Adrian Van, heer van der Hooge, heer van Geldermalsen, Ambassador Extraordinary from the States General, 82, 96, 97, 116, 341, 363, 373, 391; Groom of the Bedchamber, 143, 236, 363; house of, in Park Place, 363; on his return, 363.

Bordeaux, illicit wine trade. See Wine frauds.

Bordenave, Pet., French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Boreman, Sir William, 193.

-, -, widow of, 193.

Borrett (Borret, Burrett), William, Treasury solicitor, 8, 13, 42, 44, 51, 61, 65, 67, 72, 73, 86, 89, 104, 135, 140, 156, 159, 160, 167, 174, 185, 198, 205, 227, 240, 254, 258, 263, 275, 279, 280, 285, 290, 308, 316, 348, 377, 388, 408, 423; accounts of, 13, 31, 238, 241; duties of, 12, 149; issues to for Crown Law charges, 13, 16, 17, 110, 143, 182, 328, 391.

Borrismore, co. Kilkenny, 283.

Borsonade [Boissonade], — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Borssele. See Borcelan, A. van.

Bortoux. See Boitoux, —.

Bose Petit, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Boshoff Wesell, a coachman to Queen Mary, 401.

Boson, Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 63.

Boston, Benjamin, waiter and searcher at Huttoft Bank, Boston port 244.

Boston port, co. Lincolnshire, Customer of, 179.

- -, riding surveyor at, 393.

- -, surveyor at, 393.

- -, waiter and searcher at, 168, 244.

Boston, Massachusetts, English congregation at, 56.

-, -, importation of tobacco from, 169.

Boswell (Bosswell), Frances, officer's widow, royal bounty for, 187, 208.

Bott, —, Madlle. Du, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Bottesworth, Peter, outlaw, 223.

Boucher. See Bouchier.

Boucherie, Jean, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bouchetiere, — La, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434.

Bouchier [Boucher], Thomas, repayment of loan money, 83, 221, 302, 315.

-, -, Dr., Professor of Civil Law at Oxford, fee as, 148.

Bouhereau, Elias, library keeper at Dublin, 70, salary of, 282, 283; to be Treasurer or chantor of Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, Dublin, 283.

Boulay, — La, l'ainé, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

-, — La, cadet, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bourcour, Gabriel, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Bourdigues, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bourdin, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bourke (Bourk), Elizabeth, officer's widow Royal bounty to, 208.

-, John, styled Col. John Burke, Lord Bophin, 9th Earl of Clanricarde, 405.

-, -, two sons of, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Bourne (Bourn), Mary, wife of Bourne, Ruben, 377.

-, Ruben, of Marlborough, co. Wilts, 377.

-, Thomas, royal bounty to, 36.

Bourzolles, François de, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bowden, Nicho., Receiver of assessments in co. Chester of the Free and Voluntary Present, granted to Charles II, 127.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of King's Honors, manors, etc., for co. and city of Chester, 421.

Bowes, Robert, quarter waiter to Gentleman Usher of Queen Mary, payment to, 400.

Bowles, Tobias, merchant, illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

Bowry, Thomas, trader to East India, 209.

Boyce, —, payment on Lord Montgomery's outlawry, 373; and see Boyze, Boys.

Boycott, John, Quartermaster on Irish Establishment half pay, 442.

Boyd, Francis, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, William, tidesman superior list, London port, 409.

Boyer, —, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434, 437.

-, John, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Boyle, —, payment to, 415.

-, Chas., Receiver General of revenues arising by Fines for Alienations, 200.

-, -, Earl of Burlington, Gentleman of Royal Bedchamber, 143, 236, 363.

-, Edward, collector at Skibbereen, co. Cork, Ireland, 399.

-, -, Mris., wife of, 112, 399.

-, Henry, keeper of Royal Garden at St. James's, 190.

-, -, a Treasury Lord, 2–120 passim; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 57–120; a new commission of Treasury, 120; salary as Treasury Lord, 123, 178, 239, 300, 371.

-, Mris., 392.

Boys, Joseph, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 196; and see Boyce, Boys.

Boyze, John, attorney, petition, 187.

Brabant, Sir Henry, sureties of, 79.

Brabin, Thomas, petition for place as surveyor of Duty on Houses, 416.

Bracested. See Brasted.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, Francis.

Bradgate, Jarvis, Receiver General of assessments and of Duties on Houses for co. Leicester, 150, 293; process against, 428.

Bradley, Richard, Page of Backstairs to Queen Mary, 401.

Bradninch, co. Devon, Borough and manor of, steward of. See Bodville, C., Earl of Radnor.

Bradon, —, counsel at law, instructions to, 388.

Bradshaw, —, 99.

-, Henry, petition for grant of outlawry debts, 408.

-, Samuell, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses for co. Derby, 127, 140, 150, 293; overpayment of accounts rectified, 241; process against, 429.

Brady, —, 79.

-, Robert, professor of physic, Cambridge University, exors. of, 147, 249; and see Cambridge University Professors.

Bragart, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Braint, John, Provost and Engineer of the Corporation of Moneyers, petition, 235.

Braman, John, Customer of Plymouth port, 141, 195.

Branch, John, bailiff of Battle's Walk, Windsor Forest, 148, 184, 200, 343, 351.

Brand, —, 4.

-, Daniel, petition for place as carpenter of the Mint, 386.

-, Mris., Hannah, 4.

Brandenburg, Elector of, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Dohna, Count, Christopher von; Envoy from. See Tettau, Baron John William Van.

-, - of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stepney, George.

Brandreth, John, affidavit, 7.

Brassard, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Brasselay (Brassley), —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

-, children of, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Brasted ("Bracested"), co. Kent, lease of lands in, to Earl of Jersey, 231.

Brattell, Charles, petition, 348.

Braugham. See Brougham, Thomas.

Brawn (Brown), Charles, Receiver General of Assessments and House Duties for Somerset and city of Bristol, 128, 140, 150, 241; overpayment of accounts rectified, 187; petition of, 138, 150, 165, 293.

Bray, co. Berks., 20, 353.

- manor, King as Lord of, 178.

-, repair to bridges between Hollyport and, 178.

Bray, Lodowick, exors., pension to, 148, 185.

-, Thomas, D. D., Commissary over clergy of Province of Maryland, 170; debt due to Charles II, grant of to, 170; memorial of, 20.

Braybrooke, co. Northants, 154.

Brayne, William, Civil List payment, 183.

Braynton, Richard, remitter of Customs money, 180.

Braywick to Bray, co. Berks., bridges in the Churchway from, 178.

Braywood, Windsor Forest. See Windsor Forest.

Brecon, county, arrears of taxes, uncollected in, 213.

-, -, Receivers General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages in, 129, 150, 254, 293, 294, 419.

-, -, second judge of, 270.

Breresford. See Beresford.

Bremont, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Brest, France, expedition against, 280, 344; and see Camaret Bay.

Bretton, [Richard], Customer of Dover port, 68, 90, 92, 314.

Brewer, Richard Col., petition, 419; regiment of on military Establishment of Ireland, 231; clothes for, 419; officers of, half pay to, 444.

-, -, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Brewner, Heyman, a footman in Queen Mary's Household, 401.

Brewster, Edward, King's printer, 143, 332.

Briant, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Briante, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bridgeman, Mrs. Sarah, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Bridges (Brydges), Brook, Auditor of Imprests, 29, 57, 64, 95, 106, 151, 163, 205, 211, 226, 245, 258, 284, 372, 373, 386, 388, 418; instructions to, 388; Solicitor to the Customs Commissioners, 132.

- - Ensign in Sir Matthew Bridges' Regiment, half pay to, 231.

-, George Rodney, pension on Irish Establishment, 433.

-, John, gentleman, 225.

-, Sir Matthew, regiment of, 231; balance of clothing owing to on embarcation for Holland, 431; in Holland, 276; officers of, half pay, 444.

-, Sir Tobias, regiment in Barbados under command of, pay of, 125, 332.

Bridgetown, Barbados, waiter at, 271.

Bridgewater, Earl of. See Egerton, John.

Bridgwater port, co. Somerset, Comptroller of, 21, 165, 199, 271; customer of, 137.

Bridlington port, co. Yorks., boatman at, 369, 428; tidesman at, 369; waiter and searcher at, 313; proposal for better guard of ports from Newcastle to, 399, 427.

-, -, Key, guard for coast between Spurn Head and, 428.

Brienne, Mary de, house and wardrobekeeper at Kensington Palace, fee of, 305.

-, Simon de, house and wardrobekeeper at Kensington Palace, fee of, 305; bills of in Treasurer of Chamber's office, 186.

Briggs, Augustine, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses for Norfolk, 117, 127, 140, 156, 269, 372, 393, 420; petition of, 348; sale of estate to meet debt to the King, 425.

Brighouse, [Michael], a commissioner for wine licences, 408.

Brigstock, co. Northants, Crown lease of, 416.

Brincknall, Mary, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Brincknell. See Holby, Mary.

Brisac (Brissac) —, Ensign, 336; French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

-, -, -, [? Captain], French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

-, -, -, passage money to New York as Chaplain, 195.

-, -, -, payment to, 39.

Brisbane, John, Lieut. in Col. Buchan's regiment of Foot, 308; half pay on Irish Establishment, 341.

Brissac. See Brisac.

Brissonière, —, La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 237, 386, 415.

-, Alderman of, 305.

-, Assessment arrears, 329.

-, -, Commissioners, 329.

-, coins and bullion seized at, 304.

-, Customs money brought under guard to London from, 412.

-, gunpowder and shot reported from, 363.

-, lead shipped for, 234.

-, merchants owners of ship George of, 258.

-, Mint at, 253; Comptroller of. See Wodnoth, —.

Bristol, port. Collectors, King's waiters, noon tenders and tidesmen, 66, 155, 228, 240, 259, 272, 274, 286, 290, 340, 354; extraordinary tidesmen, 259, 372.

-, Receivers General of Assessments and House Duties for city of, 150, 293.

-, Sick and Wounded quarters issues to, 37, 192.

-, and Chester, memorial relating to the Cross Post between, 385.

Bristow, Peter, Lieut. Col., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Brixton, co. Surrey, half Hundred of, Assessment Commissioners, 226.

Broad, William, tidesman at Bideford, 311.

Broadhurst, John, porter at the Exchequer Gate, 122, 177, 232, 307, 368, 431.

Brock, Rowland, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Brockhuisen, John, a page of Honour to Queen Mary, 401.

Brodick (Broderick), Alan (Allan), Solicitor General of Ireland, 88, 310, 318.

Brokenborough, Samuell, principal cashier under cashier of Excise, petition of, 292.

Bromfeild, French, Receiver General of Assessments and Land Tax for co. Sussex, 150, 294; process against, 126.

-, George, land surveyor, London Port, 306.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Sussex, 140; petition of, 155; process against, 126, 428.

Brommey Field, Westerham, co. Surrey, lease of to Earl of Jersey, 232.

Brook (Brooke), Chidleigh, Collector and Receiver of His Majesty's Revenues in New York, 259, 410, 411.

-, Dockwra, Lieut. half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

-, Geo., Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, Henry, waiter and searcher at Allonby, Whitehaven port, 209.

-, Henry, collector at Lewis, Pennsylvania, 311.

Brooks (Brookes), Alice, outlaw, 223.

-, Rich, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Brooksby, —, 40.

Brosse Fortin, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Brougham (Braugham), Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses for cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 126, 140, 294; process against, 428.

Broughton, Sampson Skelton, Attorney General for the Province of New York, 13, 51; salary as, 153, 323, 384, 414.

-, Thomas, custodiam lease of land in Gloucester to, 270.

Brousse, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Brown (Browne and see Brawn) —, counsel for Mr. Rowe in dispute with Lady Wood concerning Hearthmoney tallies, 19, 58, 73, 97, 98.

-, -, —, tidewaiter, Bristol port, 66.

-, Edward, petition, of, 181.

-, George, 385.

-, -, Col., Master gunner of Ordnance, 333.

-, Harry, King's waiter Bristol port, 228, 272, 274, 290.

-, John, extraordinary tidesman, London port, 394.

-, landwaiter, Whitby port, 428.

-, Michael, messenger to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, salary, 195.

-, Richard, tidesman, London port, 372.

-, Robert, Receiver General of assessments for co. Norfolk, 150, 293.

-, Samuel, petition of, 78.

-, Sarah, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

-, Sir Valentine, undisposed lands in co. Kerry, Ireland, in possession of, 369.

-, William, Lieut., half pay to, on Irish Establishment, 440.

Browning, James, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, Jane, pension to, 147, 184.

-, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Broxholme, William, Receiver of Assessments and Hearthmoney in the division of Lindsay (Lindsey), co. Lincoln, 127.

Broxton, Hundred of, co. Cheshire, 152.

-, -, -, custody of. See Egerton, Philip.

Broxtow, Hundred of, co. Notts, Assessment Commissioners, 363.

Bruce, James, Collector, Colchester port, 244.

Brudenall (Brudenel, Brudenell), Thomas, Colonel, regiment of, 95, 213, 219, 255, 276, 335, 366, 348, 370.

Brugieres, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Brugnier, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bruleray, Jacques, la, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Brun, —. French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Brundish manor, co. Suffolk, 416.

Brunel, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Bruneval, —. French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Bruneville, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Bruniguel, Abraham, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Brunswick Luneburg, Envoy Extraordinary to Prince of. See Cresset, J.

-, George Lewis, Prince Elector, Garter robes for, 80; invested with the order of Garter, 299, 335.

Brussels, disbursements at, on King's journey to Holland, 284.

-, employed in his Majesty's service at. See Marmande, Jacob a Cere.

Bruxby, —, 38.

Bryan, Capt. Thomas, petition concerning his Excise bonds, 327.

Brydges, James, Earl of Chandos, 73.

-, Sir Tobias. See Bridges.

Bryers, George, a clerk of Exchequer Receipt, 240.

Buccleuch, Duchess of, See Scott, Ann.

Buchan, Colonel, Regiment of, 308, 341.

Buchanan, Maurice, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Buck barn. See Hampton Court.

-, George, transport debentures in discharge of tobacco bonds due from, 160.

Buckeridge, Thomas, Capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Buckeron, Monsieur, King's Library Keeper [in Ireland]. See Bouhereau, Elias.

Buckingham county, Assessment arrears commissioners, 329.

-, -, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues, 126.

-, gaol, keeper of, 155, 156; and see Benson, W.

-, Receiver Generals of, 126, 150, 294.

-, Sheriff of, 58, 155, 156, 214; surplusage on, 390; and see Sparks, John.

Buckingham, 5th Duke of, widow of. See Villiers, Mary.

-, Sir Owen, drawback in debentures, allowed to, 159, 171.

Bucklawren (Bucklorne), co. Cornwall, lease of, manor of, 327, 369.

Buckle, Richard, prosecution of for damage done in Holt Forest, 391.

-, William, prosecution of, for damage done in Holt Forest, 245.

Buckley, John, payment for deal boards, 174.

Bucklorne. See Bucklawren.

Bucklow, co. Cheshire, Hundred of, lease of, 398.

Buckner, William, Collector at York River in Virginia, 244.

Bucks Bank, Poulton port, co. Lancs, 202.

Buckstone, George, watchman at Customs House, London, 369.

-, Joseph, watchman at Customs House, London, 369.

Buckworth, Sir John, a commissioner for coining farthings, 124.

Bullar, Francis, re-grant of cottages and ground to, 239.

Buller, John, lease of manor of Bucklawren, 327, 369.

-, William, 369.

Bulman, John, waiter at Shields, to be tidesman at Newcastle, 398.

Bulstrode, Henry, daily waiter to Gentleman Usher of Queen Mary, payment to, 400.

-, Whitlock, Solicitor to Excise Commissioners, 8, 135, 198; instructions to, 388.

Bunbury, Sir Henry, Sheriff of Chester county, 278.

Bunce, Williamina, Queen Mary's poor pensioner, 405.

Burch, Thomas, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Burchet (Burchett), Josiah, Secretary to the Admiralty, 31, 50, 90, 104, 181, 205, 220, 226, 316, 378, 412.

Burdett (Burdet), Francis, landwaiter, London port, 85, 307.

Burdikin, Thomas, Deputy Warden of the Mint, at Exeter port, 173, 200.

Burfeild, Thomas, tidesman London port, 171.

Burford, Joel, tide surveyor, 301.

Burgess (Burges, Burgesse), —, Comptroller of warehouses for East India Co. goods, 367.

-, Daniel, landwaiter, London port, 30, 74.

-, Margret, pensioner of Queen Mary, executors of, 402.

Burgh, Lady (Mris), Dorothy, Queen Mary's charity paid to executors of, 41, 402.

-, Thomas, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Burghill, Francis, Somerset Herald, 146.

Burgoyne, Sir John, sheriff of co. Bedfordshire, 248.

Burleigh, Henry, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Burlington, Earl of. See Boyle, Charles.

Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Sarum, annuity to, 41, 400; Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 145, 246.

Burrard, Antho, salt proprietor, 345.

Burridge, Robert, Receiver of Assessments and Duties on Houses for county and City of Devon, 128, 140, 294.

Burrish, George, Luke, exporting Ordnance to India, 207, 209.

-, Luke, commander of ship Scipio exporting Ordnance to India, 209.

Burrough, Hickes, one of four under clerks attending House of Commons, 325.

Bursslem (Burslem), William, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Stafford, 150, 293.

Burton, Bartholomew, cashier to Excise Commissioners, 162.

-, Lancelot, 42, 75, 109, 180, 284, 382; to bring accounts of Royal Household, 118, 120, 426.

-, Ralph, an officer of Excise at Lancaster, 167.

Bury (Berry)-cum-Hepmangrove, co. Huntingdon, escheated estate, case of, 242.

Bury, John, Receiver General of assessments for Nottingham, 127, 294.

-, Richard, grant to of ruins of old blockhouse for bridge at Weymouth, 281.

-, Sir Thomas, Sergeant-at-law, to be a Baron of Exchequer Court, 192, 209, 218.

Bush, Henry, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Bushell, John, Lieut. half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Bushey, co. Herts. manor of, 224.

-, Park. See Hampton Court.

Buss, widow, Royal Oak Lottery, pensioner, 422.

Bussenberg, John van, Yeoman of the Robes attending the King into Holland, 447.

Butler, —, 286.

-, Charles, Earl of Arran, gentleman of the Bedchamber, 236, 363, 378; Regiment in Ireland, clothing for 172, 190, 234, 372.

-, James. Duke of Ormonde, gentleman of the Bedchamber, 236.

-, John, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 344.

-, Mary, officer's widow, Royal bounty to, 208.

-, Robert, 211.

- Sarah, officer's widow, Royal bounty to, 208.

-, William, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

Butterfield, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 188.

Byerley, William, 262.

Byfeild, Thomas, and Company, bringing beaver skins from Russia, 269.

Byles, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Durham, 255, 374.

Byndlos, John, J., London, merchant, 186.

Byng, George, commissary of 4 Marine Regiments, petition, 418.

Byrd. See Bird.

Byrom, Henry, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.