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'Index of persons and Places: C', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 464-474. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83330 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Cabrol (Cabroll), — [? Daniel], French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

-, Daniel, petition, 168.

Cade, William, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Cadiz, Spain, bills of exchange drawn by Navy Victualling from, 19, 55, 219, 228, 245.

-, Victualling agent at. See Harvey, Thomas.

Cadogan, Anne, leases to of lands in Monmouth, 223.

Cadroy, Noah, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Caesar, alias Higgins, Alice, petition concerning lands at Chatham Dock, 348.

Cage, Vavasour, Lieut. in Lieut. Col. Newton's Company of King's Own Regiment of Foot Guards, 225.

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

Cailtiere, — La, junior, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434.

-, -, -, senior, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Cairns, John, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

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

Caisse, Cha. du, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Calmady, Francis, manor of Climsland Prior, co. Cornwall, demised to, 278.

Calshot, co. Hants., Garrison, allowances to, 424.

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

Calverley, —, clerk to Comptroller of Mint at Bristol, 253.

Camaret Bay, near Brest, descent on, English soldiers taken prisoner at, 255, 280, 344.

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

Camble, Elizabeth, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Cambon, Col. [François] Du, regiment of, 133; arrears due to officers of, 48, 154, 160, 193.

Cambridge county, Auditor of. See Aldworth, William and Shales, Henry.

-, -, collector of taxes for, 426.

-, -, Receiver general of Crown Land Revenue, of Duties on Marriages, etc., 55, 125, 127, 130, 162, 180, 224, 228, 242, 254, 293, 322, 386, 425, 426.

-, -, Sheriff, 314.

- University, perpetuity to, 184.

- -, - to a Divinity Lecturer, 147, 184, 249.

-, -, - to a Preacher, 147.

-, -, - to Emmanuel College, 147, 185, 249, 384, 415.

-, -, Professor of Civil Law in, 185. See Oxendon, George.

-, -, Professor of Physic, 185. See Brady, Robert.

-, John, tidesman, Superior List, London port, 426.

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

Campbell, Alexander, landwaiter at Newcastle, 155.

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

-, Hugh, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, John, surety for the Agent to Col. Hamilton's regiment, 307; petition, 423.

-, -, Marquess of Lorne (afterwards Duke of Argyll), regiment of Foot, 341.

-, Josias, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

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

Campeachy, Bay of, illegal transport of logwood to Leghorn from, 365.

Campsey, Henry, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Canary Islands, bell shipped to, 164.

-, dressed flax (snowlings) sent from Holland, 159, 171.

Cann, Richard, clerk of the Fines at Ludlow, Fee, 146.

Canterbury, co. Kent, Assessment Commissioners' arrears, 329.

-, Prerogative Court of, 317.

-, Receiver General for, 150, 293.

Cantwell, Walter, keeping prisoners of State, 180.

Canvey, co. Essex, Isle of, 168.

Cape [of Good Hope], 104.

Cape Hinlopen, America, grant of lands by James II to Wm. Penn. See Pennsylvania.

Capell, Algernon, 22nd Earl of Essex, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 236, 363; regiment of, 48, 228, 372; respits on, 225.

Carbonnell, Martin, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Cardigan county, arrears of taxes uncollected in, 213.

-, -, Chief Justice of. See Neave, Philip.

-, -, second Justice. See Lloyd, Francis.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments for, 150, 193.

Cardonnell (Cardonell), Adam, outports money to be conveyed to London under guard, 412.

-, James de, to be Court Post Carrier, 20, 169, 201.

Cardurnock (Cardonnock), Carlisle port, riding officer at, 123.

Cardy, John, army clothier, 129.

Carellet, Captain, payment to, 335.

Carent, Edmund, surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses for Somerset, 390, 397.

Carew, Sybill, officer's widow royal bounty to, 208.

Carey (Cary), Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, 321.

-, Lucius Henry, 6th Viscount Falkland, 68, 123; petition, 54, 72; royal bounty to, 36.

-, Rebecca, Lady Falkland, widow of Anthony, 123, 321.

-, Robert, 7th Lord Hunsdon, royal bounty, 61, 63, 69, 108, 263.

Caribbee Islands. See Leeward Islands.

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

Carkesse, Charles, attending East India sales, 176.

Carles, Lieut. Peter, payment to, 336.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, Garrison allowance to, 424.

-, port Collector of Customs at, 227; comptroller for, 296; riding officer at. 123.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.

-, Ellen, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 405.

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

Carlton, Edward, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Carlton, George, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 140, 445.

-, Guy, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, Lancelot, cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Carmarthen county, 295, 314, 320, 324.

-, arrears of taxes uncollected in, 213.

-, Chief Justice of. See Neave, Philip.

-, Comptroller of the Pleas, Fines and Amerciaments of North Wales in. See Mostyn, Sir Roger.

-, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages, 150, 186, 213, 254, 293.

-, second Justice. See Lloyd, Francis.

-, Marquess of. See Osborne, Peregrine.

Carnarvon County. arrears of Assessments, 213, 329.

-, Commissioners of Assessments, 159.

-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages in, 213, 254, 255, 270, 294.

Carndon. See Carradon.

Carolina, Province of, 361.

Carr, —, 155.

-, -, Captain, killed at battle of Landen, 289.

-, Ann, widow of Captain, petition of, 157, 281.

-, Samuel, royal stationer, 346.

-, William, Ensign in Col. Farrington's regiment, 71; respits of pay of, 157, 281, 289.

Carradon (Carndon), co. Cornwall, manor of, 239.

Carrickfergus, Ireland, regiments embarking at, 351.

Carter, —, counterfeiting Malt Lottery tickets, 23, 26.

-, Thomas, discovering outlawed estates, petition of, 423.

-, William, comptroller of Customs, New York, 259.

Carther, Richard, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439, 443. See Carthey.

Carthey, Richard, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439. See Carther.

Cartwright, Thomas, sheriff of co. Oxford, 417.

Cashell, Geo., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Cason, Mrs. Dorothy, a woman of the Bechamber to Queen Mary, 401.

Casseres, —, attending Treasury, 43.

Casson, Antho, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Castelfranc, Abel de, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

-, Gideon de, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Castel Verdun, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Castleney Park, Kinsale, co. Cork, 433.

Catchlove, John, a coachman to Queen Mary, 401.

-, -, lease of crown lands to. 239, 386.

Cathcart, James, cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Catherine of Braganza, Queen Dowager of Charles II, 364; Crown lands in her jointure, 416.

-, Trustee of. See Bellings, Sir R.

Catling, William, Riding officer between Spurn Head and Bridlington Key, 428.

Caudière, Jean La, on Civil List, Ireland, allowance to, 396.

Caulfield, John, Lieut. Col., petition, 421; half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

- Toby, Lieut. Col., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

- William, Col., 2nd Viscount Charlemont, half pay, 442; regiment of, 366, 370; officers of, 442.

Causee, — Du, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Cavan, Countess. See Lambert, Elizabeth [or Castelina].

Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Devonshire, Chief Justice in Eyre Trent North, 146, 184, 383, 414; Lord Steward of Royal Household, delivery of plate to, 357; tapestry imported, belonging to, 58, 238.

Cawarden, Dame Elizabeth, 231.

-, Sir Thomas, messuages, lands of, in Westerham, co. Kent, granted to Earl of Jersey, 231.

Cawsand Bay, co. Cornwall, 176; riding officer, at, 176.

Cawsum Farm, tithes of, lease of to Earl of Jersey, 232.

Cawthorn, Richard, chaplain to King's household at Hampton Court, 78, 337, 344; Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Cawthorp, William, Receiver General of Assessments for Lindsey in the co. of Lincoln, 150, 293; process against, 429.

Caylon, Anthony, Lieut., half pay, 443.

Cazalett, Mark, petition of, 168.

Cazettes, Alex., Lieut., half pay, 242.

Celeriez, —, junior, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

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

Ceuta, North Africa, camp of, 219.

-, -, siege of, 218.

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

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

Chabrol, Lewis, Captain, in La Melonière's regiment, half pay, 343.

Chabrolle, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437; omission of payment to, 396.

Chadock, John, to be quayman, London port, 62, 250.

Chadwick, Daniell, lost loan order of, 142.

Chaffinch, William, Master of the Hawks, exors. of, fee of, 173, 286, 325.

Chaigneau, Monsieur, supplying wine to the King, 50, 53; payment for, 54, 214.

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

Chalenor, Rupert, Ensign, half pay, 439.

Chalmers, David, Captain, half pay, 439.

Chalomel, Pièrre, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

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

Chamberlaine, Thomas, a chairman to Queen Mary, 402.

Chambers, Abraham, to be landwaiter London port, 379, 394.

-, James, noontender London port, 426.

-, Margarett, officer's widow, petition of, 187; royal bounty to, 208.

-, Matthew, Ensign, half pay, 442.

-, Thomas, a farmer of Royal Oak Lottery, 166.

- William, Receiver General of Crown Lands Revenues for Derby, 324.

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

Champante (Champanty), John, agent for four companies in New York, 117, 431,; issues to, 88, 312, 426.

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

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

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

Chandos, Earl. See Brydges, James.

Changuion, —, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 433.

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

-, Henault. See Waltham Forest.

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

Chaplin (Chaplaine, Chaplyn), Jeremiah, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, attending the King into Holland, 447; riding charges in Holland, 334.

-, -, Elizabeth or Sarah, widow of Robert, 344, 378, 393, 429; petition, 162, 327.

-, -, Robert, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Suffolk, 21, 162, 169, 327, 344, 393, 429; payment of extraordinary charges of, 378; process against, 127.

Chapman, Francis, clothier for Marine Regiment under Col. E. D. Colt, issue to, 380.

Chappell, George, Surveyor of Duties on House and Marriages, co. Lincoln, 397.

Chardin, Sir John, Queen Mary's bounty to, 41.

Charham. See Charlton, co. Somerset.

Charlemont, Viscount. See Caulfield, William.

Charles I Hospital, Westminster, royal bounty to, 44, 196.

-, silver extracted from mines in Wales in reign of, 262.

Charles II, annuity granted by to Duke of Northumberland, 193, 194.

- Bankers' debt from, assignments of, 122, 188.

-, Escape after the battle of Worcester, 71.

-, Free and Voluntary Present granted to receiver of, in Chester, 127. See Assessments.

-, grant of coal mine by, 339.

-, grant of debt due to, 170.

-, Houses bought by, presented to Greenwich Hospital, 269.

-, Master of Horse to. See Duke of Monmouth.

-, negroes seized by verbal order of, 425.

-, Order of Council in time of, 27, 28.

-, Pensions granted by, 71, 80, 307, 342, 356, 386, 410.

-, Quit Rents in Ireland, granted to Earl of Longford, 131, 210.

-, rectifying mistakes in grant made by, 283.

-, unpaid purchase money for Audley End by, 340.

-, William III, declining to pay debts of, 51.

-, work done in reign of, 262.

Charles, Prince of Wurtemberg, pay as Brigadier of the Forces, 300.

Charlton, John, Surveyor of the Ordnance, 333.

Charlton, co. Northants, 154.

Charlton (Charham), co. Somerset, 159.

Charmouth, co. Dorset, waiter and searcher at, 259.

Charnock, Thomas, Serjeant-at-Arms, fee to, 268, 310.

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

Chase, James, King's Apothecary, 79, 81, 147, 387; lodging of, in Whitehall, 132.

Chassignet, Baron [François]. Envoy Extraordinary from Bishop of Osnaburgh, 252.

Chatham, co. Kent, Docks, 348.

-, -, private lands taken into Docks at, 53, 225, 348.

-, -, ships lying in harbour at, 306.

Chating, —, senior, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

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

Chaumont, issue to for disbursements at Brussels on King's journey in Holland, 284.

Chelar, —, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434.

Chelsea Hospital (Royal Hospital of Chelsea), companies; out-pensioners; nominations; rules; vacancies. See Army (Chelsea).

-, town and Kensington, repair of road between, 48.

Chelsham (Chelsam), co. Surrey, lease of land in to Earl of Jersey, 232.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, salt duty frauds at, 131.

Cherrois, (Cherroy), —, La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

-, — La, junior, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Cherryholme, Tho., Ensign, half pay, 439.

Chesne, Du —, junior, French pensioner, on Irish Establishment, 434; and see Duchesne.

Chester City, Castle, governor of. See Kirkby, Col. Roger

-, -, -, work done at, 49, 90, 319.

-, -, conviction of false coiner at, 219, 228, 230, 240, 432.

-, -, cross post between Bristol and, 246, 385.

-, -, garrison, allowances to, 424.

-, -, Mint. See Mint, country.

-, -, North Gate Prison, 228; keeper of, Halmarke, Thomas.

-, county arrears of Taxes in, 213.

-, -, Assessment Commissioners, arrears, 159, 329.

-, -, Chief Justice of, See Jekyll, Sir J.

-, -, Collector of salt duty at Middlewich, 302, 345.

-, -, Crown Land Revenues, auditor of, 155, 379; and see Aldworth, William; Receivers of, 127, 138, 207, 267, and see Hughson, —. and Whitley, Roger.

-, -, free and voluntary present granted to Charles II, receiver of, 127.

-, -, Judges or Justices of, 224, 280, 316, 328, 337, 411; and see Lovell, Sir S.

-, -, officer of, 127.

-, -, Palatine, 127.

-, -, Receivers of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages, etc., 127, 170, 186, 213, 254, 270, 292, 294, 367, 427, 429.

-, -, Sheriff of, 278.

-, -, Surveyor of House Duties for, 186, 289, 389.

-, -, Surveyor of Works and master mason of, 398.

-, and Flint, counties of, Comptroller of Records within, 320. See Mostyn, Sir R.

-, -, North Wales, Receiver for, 83.

-, port, Comptroller and Surveyors of, 136, 160, 338, 413.

-, (West), co. Chester, 26.

-, Court messenger and cryer of, 398, 421.

-, - Surveyors of Honors and Manors for, 421.

-, Shropshire and North Wales, audit of duplicates of Taxes, duties on Houses, Marriages, etc., 350.

Chetwynd, Charles, Deputy Auditor of Wales, 107, 109, 116, 121, 188, 301, 382, 385, 415.

Chevallier, Peter, junior, discovering forgery of malt tickets, 21, 223.

Chevery, Reginald, 93; fine of 326; petition of, 307; prisoner in Newgate, 334.

Chichester, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Donegal, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440; regiment of, 101, 366, 370; officers of, half pay to, on Irish Establishment, 440.

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

-, co. Sussex, collector at, 112, 398.

-, -, port of, Customs officers at, 112, 398, 399, 420.

-, -, -, Comptroller of, 420, and see Haslen, Robert.

Child, Daniel, wardrobe keeper, 118.

-, John, Receiver General of Assessments, Duties on Houses and Marriages for Wilts and the city of New Sarum. 128, 140, 150, 293, 331.

-, Leonard, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Surrey, 126, 293, 308, 400, 418, 428.

-, -, Samuel, Receiver General for Surrey. See Child, Leonard.

Chingford. See Waltham Forest.

Chipping Walden. See Saffron Walden.

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

Chislett, William, coal mine granted by Charles II to, 339.

Cholmondely (Cholmondly), George, Crown lease to, 416.

-, -, Groom of the Bedchamber, 143, 236, 363.

-, Thomas, payee for the poor ministers of the Isle of Man, 148, 246.

Christ Church, Dublin. See Dublin.

Christ's Hospital. See London and Westminster (Streets).

Chudleigh, [Hugh], Comptroller of the accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 112.

Church, George, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, Ursula, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Churchill, Eliz[abeth], poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

-, [George], an Admiralty Lord, 32, 35, 50.

-, John, Earl of Marlborough, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 86, 305; delivery to, of plate out of the Jewel office, 302; goods for, from Holland taken to the Customs House, 114, 409; negotiations with the Emperor for securing the Peace and Liberty of Europe, 300.

-, William, Major General, furnishing stationery to Offices of Secretary of State, 139, 230, 346, 348.

Churchway from Braywick to Bray, three timber bridges in, 178.

-, Hollyport to Bray, six timber bridges in, 178.

Chute, Thomas, Clerk of the Crown in Court of Chancery, 349.

Civill, Hester D', poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Clanricarde, Earl of. See Bourke, John.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, Henry.

Clark (Clerk, Clarke), —, a chamber keeper attending the King into Holland, 447.

-, —, Adjutant, half pay, 440.

-, Edward, auditor to Queen Mary, 401.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, collector of Excise, 180, 285; compounding her husband's debt to the king, 399; petition, 164, 245.

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

-, Francis, reward for seizing libeller against King and Government, 373.

-, [George], preparing Establishment of half pay, 86, 94, 100, 103, 304, 308, 314, 316, 336, 337, 340, 341.

-, George, post renter of Scotland, 119.

-, John, customer of Boston port, 179.

-, Mary, tenement by Hermitage stairs at Wapping, formerly owned by, 325.

-, -, Mrs., Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, Matthew, groom of Great Chamber, 401.

-, Mrs., process against, 73.

-, Peregrine, owner of tenement near Hermitage Stairs, Wapping, 228, 325, 394.

-, Richard, outlawed for counterfeiting coin, petition, 399, 430.

-, Robert, pensioner of Queen Mary, 402.

-, Samuel, Commissioner of Customs, 12, 112, 410.

-, -, footman in Queen Mary's household, 401.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments for Hereford, 293; process against, 429.

-, Susanna, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

-, Thomas, 217.

-, - defaulting collector of Excise for Hereford and Worcester, 164, 180, 245, 285, 399.

-, Walter, tidesman at Cowes port, commander of Greenhill yacht [Customs yacht at Greenhithe], 155.

-, William, tree tender and volary keeper at St. James's Park, 115, 215, 341, 413–4.

Claussade, Jean, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 436.

Clavier, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 337, 436.

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

Clay, John, collector of Excise in North Wales, 152.

Clayton, Andrew, collector of Excise, 135, 316, 353.

-, William, Agent for Taxes, salary, 121, 122, 232.

-, -, to give account as to cancelled Exchequer Bills, 89, 95, 96.

-, -, surety for Andrew, prisoner in Newgate, 135, 264, 316, 353.

Clements, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, Richard, waterman, London port, 381.

Clenacomb and Newland, in manor of Carradon, co. Cornwall, 239.

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

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

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Palmer, Barbara.

Clewer, co. Berks., 330.

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

Clifton Dartmouth Hardness. See Dartmouth, co. Devon.

Climsland Prior, co. Cornwall, lease of manor of, 278.

Clinton, Henry, Earl of Lincoln, petition and payment to out of secret service money, 66.

-, Mary, poor pensioner of Queen Mary. 405.

Clopton, Hugh, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant, 146.

Clough, William, keeper of warehouse at the Outroper's office in Exchange, 366–7.

Clud, Beatrice, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 207.

Cobb pier. See Lyme Regis.

Cobb, (Cob, Cobbe), Richard, Receiver General of Assessments and Taxes for co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 83, 150, 322, 330, 427; petition of, 386.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Land Tax for co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 83, 128, 222, 223, 330, 427; petition of, 386; stay of process against, 380.

Cobbot, Sara, petition, 61.

Cobley, Rudley, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Cock, Ann, petition for reversing the outlawry of her brother, 197.

-, John, petition of, 20.

-, Mrs., annuity, 406, 415.

-, Richard, tidesurveyor at Falmouth, 319.

Cockbush and Langston, co. Hants., two vessels for better guard, of, 399.

Cocker, Edward, petition of, 226.

Cockle, Ralph, chapman, 334.

Cocks (and see Cox), John, a customer at Newcastle port, 48, 218, 240, 270.

-, -, a Keeper of the Council Chamber, 305, 383, 414.

-, Nathaniel, a customer at Newcastle, 218.

-, Richard, Receiver of Assessments for co. and city of Gloucester, 293.

Cocq, — Le, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Codrington, Christopher, junior, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Islands, 66, 94, 132, 159, 160, 181, 198, 336, 344; deputy to, 160.

-, -, senior, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Islands, 132, 181, 198, 261.

Cogan, John, Searcher's deputy at Lyme Regis, 369.

Coggs, —, memorial concerning Lottery tickets, 267.

Coker, John, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for Carmarthen and Pembroke, 122, 186, 197, 363, 397.

Colchester, co. Essex, port of, Customs Collectors, officers and landwaiters at, 130, 242, 244, 259.

Cole, —, account of debt of, 242.

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

-, John, deputy warehousekeeper, London port, 334, 357.

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

-, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, agreement with Government of Algiers, 164; salary, 309, 392.

-, - Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, 397.

Coleby, co. Lincoln, 137, 187.

Colemark, —, royal musician. See Colmack, J.

-, Thomas, a Secondary in the office of the Pipe, Exchequer Court, salary, 147, 384.

Colenbine. See Collombine, Col.

Colepepper (Culpeper), John, 3rd Lord Colepepper, petition of, 61, 398.

-, Thomas, 5th Lord, annuity to, 398.

Coles, George, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 326.

Colhowns, Deborah, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Colinge, Benjamin, attending Privy Council, a keeper of the Privy Council, 346; executors of, 291.

-, Richard, a keeper of the Council Chamber, 291.

-, -, deceased, late secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, 139, 268; executor to. See Gwynn, Francis.

College, Mrs. Edith, mistress sempstress to King, 412, 447; attending King in Flanders, 346.

Collet, Sir James, payment out of Civil List, 18, 183.

Collidon, Theo., innovation of lost order of, 161.

Collins (Collings), Ann, pensioner on Royal Oak Lottery, 422.

-, Charles, tidesman inferior list, London port, 381.

-, George, a messenger of the Chamber attending the King in Holland, 285.

-, -, Captain, troops of, in regiment of Earl of Essex, respits on, 48, 225, 228.

-, William, passage money to Jamaica as chaplain, 123.

Collombier, —. Lieut., on Civil List, Ireland, omission of payment to, 397.

Collumb. See Kilcolumb, co. Kilkenny, Ireland.

Colmack (Colemark). John, royal musician [to Princess Ann of Denmark], 346.

Columbine (Collombine, Colenbine, Coulonbine), Col. [Ventris], Regiment of Foot, 314; officers of, 443.

Collyer, Elizabeth, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Cologne, disbursements for the King at, 284.

Colt, Sir Edward Dutton, Colonel, 95, 213, 219; regiment of, 348, 380; accounts of, 106; issue for, 107, 335.

-, Sir Henry Dutton, 64, 84.

-, John Dutton, collector at Bristol port, 240; debts of, 58.

Colton, Richard, street keeper to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 195.

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

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

Combecroze, —, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434.

Combes, —, Country Mint officer, 253.

Comfort, Richard, tenant, 232.

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

Compton, Hatton, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 143, 236, 363.

-, Henry, bishop of London, 56, 170.

-, William, grant of tolls in Cumberland, etc., 372.

Congreve, William, Customer and Collector at Poole, 163, 164.

Coningsby, Thomas, 1st Lord Coningsby, Paymaster of Forces in Ireland, 16, 22, 47, 49, 56, 76, 86, 95, 133, 154, 159, 160, 165, 167, 168, 172, 173, 181, 187, 189, 190, 193, 211, 212, 223, 269, 276, 312, 317, 319, 322, 335, 343, 350, 355, 367, 390, 409, 430; accounts of, 90, 324.

Connaught, Province of, Ireland, 202, 340.

Conner, John, 26.

Connington, co. Huntingdon, lease of, 242.

Connock, Phillippa, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

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

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

-, -, Junior, French pensioner of Irish Establishment, 434.

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

Conway, John, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Conyers (Connyers), John, Counsellor at law, annuity to, 165.

-, Sir John, surety for collector of Taxes, 57, 119, 120, 426.

- (Connyers), William, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 405.

Cooe, James, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 390.

Cook (Cooke), —, groom of Great Chamber attending Czar of Muscovy, 346.

-, Jo[hn], Clerk of Foreign Estreats, 332.

-, -, Sir John, Kt., Doctor of Laws, King's Advocate General, 317.

-, -, Sir Thomas, 4, 5, 43, 109, 111; allowance to, for drawback on pepper, 319, 337.

-, -, Thos., junior, petition of, 220.

Cooke, Robert, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 445.

Cookham, co. Berks., 353.

Cookman, Henry (Captain), half pay on Irish Establishment, 445.

Cooksey, John, Examiner of Customs Outport Books, negligence of, 429.

Coons, Richard, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Cooper, Arnold, 51.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Arnold, petition of, 51.

-, Jas., a surety for Doyly, Tax receiver, petition of, 381.

-, John, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9.

-, -, collector in cos. of Nottingham and Derby, 127; and see Copper, Cowper.

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

-, Richard, prosecution for damage in Holt Forest, Hants., 245.

-, Thomas, prosecution for damage in Holt Forest, Hants., 391.

-, William, King's Counsel at Law, annuity to, 271.

Coote, Sir Philip, issue to, 84; petition of, 78, 82.

-, Richard, 1st Earl of Bellomont, governor of New York, 352, 410, 411.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Bellomont, Captain General and Commander in Chief of the Provinces of New England, New York, etc., 17, 154, 227. 234, 313; suit against by Bass & Lofting, 15, 193.

Cope, Downham, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

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

Copeland, —, waiter and searcher at Allonby, Whitehaven port, 209.

Copper, Jo[h], Receiver of Assessments for co. Notts., 127; and see Cooper.

Corbeagh. See Corbeg.

Corbeg, "Corbeagh," co. Leitrim, province of Connaught, 202.

Corbett (Corbet), Andrew, on Victualling Commission, 41.

-, -, a Commissioner for coining farthings, 125, 331, 344, 352.

-, Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, 397.

-, Walter, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for London and Westminster, 124.

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

Cordwent, Mary, widow of Richard Corwent, Army clothier, 23, 167; petition of, 139.

-, Richard, Army clothier, 139, 167.

Cork, Ireland, embarkation of men for Holland, 351; issues for, 350.

-, -, ship pressed to carry men to France from, 237.

-, -, harbour, East Marsh, adjoining, 318.

Corker, Cornelia, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

-, Edward, petition concerning collection of arrears of rent of estate of King James II in Ireland, 53, 89, 315.

Cormack, William (Lieut.), half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Edward.

Cornelle, Rudolph (Captain), half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Cornish, Henry, a Commissioner for Stamps, salary of, 157.

Cornwall county, 239, 327, 365.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments and duties on Houses and Marriages, 254, 293, 297, 308, 331.

-, Duchy of, 239, 327, 367.

-, -, auditor of the, 18, 158, 382; discovery of concealed lands in, 353; lands in, leases of, 278, 423.

-, -, Receiver of, 18, 90, 167, and see Killegrew, Sir Peter, Taylor, W., accounts of, 316.

-, -, steward of. See Bodville, C., Earl of Radnor.

Cornwall, William, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Cornwallis, Charles, 3rd Lord Cornwallis, 375.

-, -, 4th Lord Cornwallis, 375.

Corona. See Corũna.

Corũna, Consul at. See Parker, J.

Cosby, Henry, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Coste, de la, —, captain in Col. Bellcastle's regiment, 167.

Coste, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435, 436.

Cotes. See Little Gotes.

Cotterell (Cottrell), Charles, Assistant to Master of the Ceremonies, 343.

-, -, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 145, 183, 273, 334, 343, 392, salary of, 392.

-, -, John, landwaiter at Colchester port, 259.

Cottingham, —, 23.

Cotton, Benj[amin], a chairman to Queen Mary, 402.

-, Breresford (Captain), half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Sir John, issue to, out of Civil List moneys, 249.

Coudriere, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434, 437.

Coulon, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434, 435.

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

Coulonbine, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436; and see Columbine.

Counter. See London & Westminster (Streets).

Counter, —, 373.

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

Course, Thomas, tidesman at Whitehaven port, 176.

Court, — De la, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

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

Courthop, —, 65.

-, James, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 325.

Courtland, [Stephen]. Deputy Auditor of Public Accounts, New York Province, 411.

Courtney, Edward, Deputy to Master of the Mint, 260.

Cousin, Rene, gilder at Windsor Castle, 45, 205.

Couteaud, Charles, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Coventry, city of, innkeepers and traders of, 285.

-, monastery of St. Mary in, 197.

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

Covers, messuage in Westerham or tenement called, leased to the Earl of Jersey, 232.

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

Cowes port, tidesman at, 155, 381.

Cowlyn, Richard, a postillion to Queen Mary, 401.

Cowper, —, issue to, 75; and see Cooper.

Cox, and see Cocks, John, junior, Controller of Lynn Regis port, 149, 197.

-, Samuell, Commissioner of four and half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 149, 271.

-, William (Captain), half pay on Irish Establishment. 439.

Coxen, Francis, waiter and searcher at Faversham, 379.

Crachrode, Anthony, process against, 412.

Cramaché, —, French pensioner on Irish Civil Establishment, 434.

Cranbourne Chase. See Windsor Forest.

Cranbrook in Scray Lathe, co. Kent. hundred of, 131.

Crane, —. 46.

Cranfeild (Cranfield), Edward, Naval Officer in Barbados, 133, 149.

Crawford, David, Commissary General of musters, 54, 87, 228, 427.

-, Michael, petition concerning seizure of brandy, 421; selling illicit brandy, 290.

Creagh, Stephen, merchant, illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 181, 186, 399.

Creighton, Abraham, Col., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440; regiment of, half pay to officers of, 440.

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

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

Crepping Hall (Cripping Hall), co. Suffolk, 353.

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

Cresset, James, Envoy Extraordinary to Courts of Brunswick and Luneberg, 114, 115, 284, 391; Extraordinaries to, 110, 247, 397, 412; gift of plate and gilt as christening gift to his child, 409.

Crettal, Abraham, owler (smuggler), of Romney Marsh, 142.

Crevemore, Jaques, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Cripping Hall, near Manningtree. See Creppinghall.

Cripps (Crips), Edward, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 112, 406.

Crispe, John, bonds given by, 232.

-, Sir John, bonds given by, 232.

-, Sir Nicholas, bonds given by, 232.

-, Thomas, bonds given by, 232.

Crofton, Henry, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

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

-, -, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Croix, — de la, issue to, 76.

-, Henry de la, Captain in Col. Meloniere's Regiment, 269.

-, John de la, officer in Col. Collombine's Regiment, 314.

Croix, — Le, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Crompton (Crumpton), Robert, paymaster of Malt Lottery Tickets, 19, 223, 313, 323, 328; issue to, 335, 342.

Crosit, — D'la, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Cross, Captain, Captain of King's ship Dover, 348, 378.

-, Joshua, not to be collector of Excise, 211.

-, Roger, 14, 15,; son of, 15.

Crouch, John, tidesman Bristol port, 372.

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

Croze, Anthony Marie D'La, vicar of Old Windsor, allowance in lieu of tithes, 268.

Cruce, Vincent, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Crump, Lawrence, Portcullis Pursuivant, 146.

Crundel, John, a remitter of Excise money, 180.

Cruttenden, John, Marshal of Dover Castle, damage done to his house at Dover by the French, 347; payment to, 98; petition of, 289.

Crymes, Henry, reward for seizing libeller of the King and Government, 373.

Cuddon, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the City of London, 195, 339; Receiver General for assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 108, 128, 150, 293; accounts of, 109, 117, 227, 427; payment to, 340, 351.

Cudham Bracested, co. Kent, lease of lands in, to Earl of Jersey, 231.

Cudmore, Thomas, alias Vere, prisoner in the Fleet, 256.

Cuffe, Gerard, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Culliford, Lawrence, Comptroller of Bridgewater port, 21, 165, 271.

-, Robert, Comptroller of Southampton port, 163.

-, William, a Commissioner of Customs, 112, 113; Inspector General of Imports and Exports of Customs, 176.

Culpeper. See Colepepper, John.

Cumberland, county of, assessment Commissioners, arrears of, 329.

-, -, Crown Lands, receiver of, 285.

-, -, of, House and Window Duties in, complaints of unfair assessments in, 330.

-, Receivers General of Assessments, Duties on Houses and Marriages, etc., 126, 168, 205, 294, 428; Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Marriages, for cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 125, 168, 330, 331, process against, 428.

-, -, toll and tollage in, 372, 394.

-, -, tolls in grant of, 353.

-, Westmorland and Lancashire, cos. of, Receiver of Crown Lands in, 285.

Cumming, William, Vicar of Whistenden [Whissendine], co. Rutland, 211.

Cunningham (Conningham, Cuningham), —, chaplain going to Jamaica, passage money to, 123, 213.

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

-, Henry, Colonel of 8th Irish Dragoons, 89; officers of, 231; half pay to, 438; remounting, 314.

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

-, Mrs., widow, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

-, Michael, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

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

-, Richard, Brigadier, 7th Hussars, 253.

Currey, Geo., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Curtis, —, 3.

Cushin, John, Quartermaster, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Cutler, Sir John, Receiver of Crown Land Revenues for Nottingham and Derby, 127.

Cutting, Daniell, Receiver General and Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for Wilts., 237, 254.

Cutts (Cuts), John, Lord Cutts of Gowran. Isle of Wight, governor of, 103, 375; regiment missing, 85, 86, 308; inspecting lists of Chelsea pensioners, 118.

Cutty, Edward, crown lease to 278.

Czar. See Muscovy.