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Bacon, [Nathaniel], cost of suppression of rebellion in Virginia of, 197.

Baddaley, John, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, carrier, 349.

Baden, Robert, surety for J. Allen, 227.

Badger, Charles, headborough, assault on, 232.

-, Henry, moletaker, an underkeeper of Richmond New Park, 261, 445.

Bagott, Richard, colonel, pension of, 472.

Bagshot Park. See Windsor Forest.

Bagworth, co. Leicester, 489.

Bainbrig, Sherwood, tidesurveyor at Liverpool, 437.

Baker, —, captain, report of, 210.

-, Henry, tidesman in the superior list, London port, 103.

-, -, Treasury solicitor, 19.

accounts of, 59, 61, 325, 326, 331.

issues to for Crown law suit charges, 29, 102, 176, 309, 444, 491
-, payment out of, 492

issues to, for pensioners, 21.

legal causes in hand, 84, 443.

payment by, 1, 492.

petitions referred to, 110, 164, 468.

salary of, 261, 340, 426.

to attend the Treasury, 58, 60.

-, Nicholas, [Treasury solicitor], 164
-, moneys imprested to, for Crown law suit charges, 185

-, Thomas, Consul at Algiers, 29, 165, 192, 236.

Balderston, Jacob, deputy receiver of the rents of the Hospital in the Savoy, 264.

Baldock, Hastings, of the Second Troop of Guards, pension of, 472.

Baldwin (Baldwyn), John, a merchant in London, executor of Captain Warren, 42, 43.

-, Sarah, widow, husband of, surety for T. Rowney, 433.

Ball, James, riding officer for guard of the coast between Deal and Dover, 292.

-, John, report of, 82.

-, Joseph, payment for apprehending a counterfeiter, 153.

-, William, orders on coals, culm and cinders assigned to, 404.

Ballard, Daniel, clerk and cashier to the collector of Bristol port, embezzlement of, 265.

Ballow, Henry, Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, 205, 283, 466.

Baltimore
-, co. Cork, 192
-, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157

Baltimore, Lord. See Calvert, C.

Bampston. See Brampston.

Bangor
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths on small rectories and vicarages in, 323
-, bishop of, 323.

Banks, Matthew, master carpenter, salary of, 332.

Banson, George, brother of Henry, surety for, 467.

-, Henry, collector of Excise in the bishopric of Durham and Newcastle-on-Tyne, 467.

Barbados, Act of Assembly, 195.

Army in, maintenance of, 201.

Assemblies of, 458.

Attorney General of, fees, etc., of, 131, 201.

brandy seized in storehouse in, 201.

Council 195
-, President of, 362

Court charges, 201.

court martial held in, 475.

engineer at, 195, 337, 338, 355.

fines, profits to the Crown from 196.

firearms and ammunition for, 195.

forfeitures, profits to the Crown from, 196.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 102, 149, 361.

accounts 195, 200-1, 280, 283, 294, 437
-, miscarried at sea, duplicates required, 233.

application of, 294.

Auditor of. See Blathwayt, W.

Collector of. See Brewster T.
-, Corbet, R.

sub-commissioner of. See Cox, —.

Government of, 195.

Governor in Chief and Captain General of, presents to, acceptance forbidden, 361.

Governor of salary of, additional, 343
-, in lieu of presents, 361

clear of Exchequer fees and taxes, petition to be, 343, 361.

payable out of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 101-2, 149, 355, 361.

payment to be made in the Exchequer, 361.

to furnish credit for the squadron in the West Indies, 149.

See also Granville Sir B.
-, Grey, Lord
-, Kendal, [T.]
-, Russell, [F.]

gunners at 337, 338, 355
-, pay of, 445, 450
-, master gunners at, 195, 337, 338.

Journals, 219.

ports of, repairing of, 195.

prizes, profits to the Crown from, 196.

Provost Marshal of, 201.

Revenue, Casual, accounts, 121, 130, 201.

incidents, 201.

profits of, 254.

Queen's third part of, 201.

Receiver General of accounts of, 196, 201
-, allowance of six per cent. to, 201. See also Thomas, C.

Register of, 201.

seizures 201
-, accounts imperfect and unintelligible of, 130.

Surveyor and Auditor General, Deputy, of. See Gibbs, R.

Session House, 195.

Sessions, 195.

ships and goods seized during the government of Lord Grey, sale of, 201, 235.

storekeeper at, 195, 355.

stores of war sent to, 355.

Barbados Close, Richmond. See Richmond.

Barbary, redemption of captives from slavery in, 5, 101, 107, 109, 162.

Barber, John, Receiver of Crown Lands Revenue, South Wales, 225.

Barbon, Nicholas, Dr., arrears payable in connexion with undertaking for insuring houses from fire, 371.

Barclay, William, chaplain going to New England, royal bounty for, 463.

Bardsey, co. Carnarvon, guarding of coast against French privateers, 50.

Barford, John, of the Second Troop of Guards, pension of, 472.

Barington, Sir Charles, attending the Treasury, 14.

Barker, —, wine imported contrary to law, 156.

-, Jo., tidesman, London port, to be waiter and searcher at Padstow, 429.

-, Margaret, pension of, 472.

-, Robert, deputy Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 42, 49, 53, 67, 185, 266, 325.

-, -, Agent for Taxes, 104, 232, 340, 430
-, salary for managing the Duties on Marriages, etc., and on Houses in England, Wales and Berwick, 245

Barking, co. Essex, 320.

Barloe, John, a highwayman, 359.

Barneir, —, pension for, 214.

Barnes, Thomas, land at Richmond in the possession of, 469.

Barnstaple, co. Devon, 248, 301, 402.

Customer of. See Orchard. C.

landwaiter at, 206.

Receiver of Duties on imported salt at. See Clinton, T.

Surveyor of. See Ash J.
-, Quick, A.

waiter and searcher for the guard of the coast near, 103, 206.

Barre [?Barze], Elizabeth de la, pension of, 471.

Barrett, Thomas, tidesman at Hoylake, 182.

Barrimore. See Barrymore.

Barrow. See Stratton-super-Fosse.

Barrow, Frances, pension for, 212.

Barry
-, James, 4th Earl of Barrymore, pension in trust for Viscount Roche, Ulick and Ellen Roche, 134
-, regiment of, agent to. See Acton, [J.]

-, Susanna, pension for, 212.

Barrymore (Barrimore), Earl of. See Barry, J.

Bartholomew, Robert, master of the Owners Adventure, 351.

Barton, co. Norfolk, 455.

Barton, Daniel, coinage of copper halfpence and farthings, 319.

Barwick, Jonathan, riding officer at Cardurnock, 234.

Barze. See Barre.

Baskett, John, stationery supplied to the Customs Office by, 313.

Bass (Basse), Jeremiah, of London, merchant, debt to the Crown, 432.

-, Richard le, Marshal of the Ceremonies, 172, 209, 262, 333, 425.

Bastin, Martha, pension for, 213.

Bastinck, Francis, manager of the pacquet boats at Dover, 243, 473.

-, -, Mary, widow of, recompense for her husband's loss, 243, 473.

Bateman, James, bills drawn on, 483.

-, Sir James, loans from the Bank of England, 392, 397
-, remittances to Lisbon, 85
-, sheriff for London and Middlesex, 420
-, a Trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 260, 280.

-, John, lost annuity order in the name of, 122.

-, Joseph, lost annuity order in the name of, 122.

Bath, co. Somerset, 406, 414.

carriages to and from, 367.

Court at, 382, 393, 405, 406, 411, 413.

disbursements at, 287.

leave of absence to go for benefit of health to, 207, 382.

letter dated from, 400.

Lord Treasurer at 379, 381, 388, 391, 392, 397, 400, 404, 407, 409, 411, 413, 415, 416
-, letter from, 77
-, order dated at, 77, 405
-, warrants dated from, 383, 384, 385, 402.

Queen at 366, 377
-, furnishings for, 376
-, leather cases for, 376
-, progress to, issues for, 72, 378
-, return from, 75
-, servants attending, 70, 347, 367.

riding charges at, 378.

Bath, Earl of. See Granville, J.

Bath and Wells
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths on small rectories and vicarages in, 323
-, bishop of, 323.

Bathurst
-, Sir Benjamin, Cofferer of the Household, 5, 16, 31, 40, 72, 79, 96, 108, 153, 209, 223, 252, 313, 321, 325, 367, 383, 395, 428, 485
-, hire of lodging, payment for, 70, 347
-, office of Master of the Horse in commission to, 167
-, petition for grant of lands in Barony of Magunihy, 267
-, stock in the East India Company assigned to, 119
-, to attend the Treasury, 41.

-, Richard, landwaiter at Yarmouth, to be surveyor of Colchester, 429, 464.

Batteley, Charles, Second Secondary in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 75, 262, 284, 297, 313.

Battles Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Bavington, Great, co. Northumberland, manor of, 349.

Bavington, Little, co. Northumberland, manor of, 349.

Bawkham, William, pension for, 213.

Baxter, John, tidesman, superior list, London port, 468.

-, Nicholas, riding officer at Lydd, 387.

Baylies, Benjamin, a clothier of Col. Holt's regiment, 149.

Bayly, Martin, prisoner in Chelmsford County Gaol, petition for remission of fine, 106.

Beake, Thomas, messenger of the Admiralty, 386.

Beauclerk
-, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, Master of the Hawks, 328, 427
-, payment to, to be continued, 52
-, petition for further lease in the logwood [duty] farm, 267, 287, 350
-, grant out of logwood duties to, 76.

Beaumaris, co. Anglesey, searcher at, 330.

Beauvoir (Bevoir), Charles, one of the five under-searchers of London port, 20, 121, 172.

Beckford, Peter, junior, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.

-, -, senior, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.

Beconne, Judith, pension of, 471.

Beddoe, Robert, payment for cleansing the streets and public paving before Whitehall Palace, 482.

Bedell, John, senior, merchant, custodiam lease of lands and tenements in co. York, 239.

Bedford
-, county of, 112, 226, 414
-, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and on Marriages, 275, 467
-, Surveyor of ditto. See Durham, W.
-, Potts, R.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Whitebread, H.

Bedford Level, lease of tithes in, 249, 358.

Bedford, Eliz., pension for, 214.

-, Thomas, landwaiter at Bideford, 264, 267.

Beech, Thomas, Collector of Bristol port, 342.

Belasyse (Bellasis), Sir Henry, regiment of, 24, 136, 169, 186.

-, [John], Lord Belasyse of Worlaby, tithe rents, 358.

-, Theodore, pension for, 214.

Bellamy, Thomas, informations exhibited in the name of, 271.

-, William, impost of wines for the Mayor, Aldermen, etc., of London, 242.

Bellasis. See Belasyse.

Bellefonds, Henrietta de, pension of, 471.

Bellingham, co. Northumberland, waiter and searcher at, 314.

Bellomont, Earl of. See Coote, R.

Bellott, Thomas, father of, surety for M. Whitley, 412.

Bembow. See Benbow.

Benbow (Bembow), [John], vice-admiral, commander of the squadron in the West Indies, 145.

Bendyshe, Mary, proprietor of refining saltwork at Cobholm, 331.

-, Rachel, proprietor of refining saltwork at Cobholm, 331.

Bennett (Bennet), —, captain, 369.

-, Benjamin, colonel, Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bermuda or Summer Islands, 100, 127, 172, 261, 344, 424
-, Governor of Bermuda, additional allowance in lieu of presents, 285, 424

-, James, tidesman and boatman at Whitehaven, 129.

-, John, quarter master to the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 181.

Benoist, Gideon, compounding of debt on wine bonds, 210.

Benson, Susanna, pension for, 214.

Bentley, Edward, collector of Excise in Cumberland, 228.

-, Richard, D. D., Library Keeper to the Queen, 51, 60, 172, 261, 321, 333, 430.

Berault, Mary, pension of, 470.

Bere Haven, co. Cork, 192.

Beresford
-, Francis, deputy to R. Jennings, one of the under-searchers of London port, 190, 194, 429
-, senses lost by apoplectic fit, 429.

Berkeley, co. Gloucester, hundred of, 86, 434.

Berkeley (Berkley, Berkely), Barbara, Viscountess Fitzhardinge, Governess to Prince William, Duke of Gloucester, annuity or yearly pension to, 211.

-, Sir Charles, junior, tithes granted to, in 1661, 358.

-, Charles, 2nd Earl of Berkeley, pretensions to goods of J. Smith, 84, 86, 434, 442.

-, Edward, colonel, letter concerning Agents for Taxes from, 59.

-, Humphrey, payment for apprehending robbers on the highway, 420.

-, John, Viscount Fitzhardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber, 132, 136, 155, 181, 209, 211, 212, 216, 240, 274, 336, 357, 367, 373, 378, 432
-, one of the Four Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, 179, 449
-, Keeper of Pall Mall in St. James's Park, 248, 293.

Berkshire
-, county of, collector of Excise, Malt and Leather. See Martin, H.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Ambrose, L.
-, Sheriff of. See Southby, R.

Berkshire, Earl of. See Howard, T.

Berlin, at the Court of, for her Majesty's service. See Plantamour, P.

Bermudas, The, or Summer Islands, Assembly of, 424.

chaplain at. See Holland, T.

fishing licences, profits from, 197.

General Assemblies, 285.

Independent Company of Foot at clearings of, 57, 302
-, clothing of, 488
-, muster rolls of, 488
-, offreckonings of, 488
-, subsistence of, 24, 69, 102, 163, 186, 343.

land in, revenue from, 197.

Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of allowance in lieu of gifts from the Assemblies, 285, 424, 458, 484
-, salary of, 172, 197-8, 261, 344, 424, 484. See also Bennett, B.
-, Robinson, Sir R.

Revenue of accounts of, 197, 254
-, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of, 127. See also Spoferth, —

Secretary at, 197.

Sheriff of, 197.

wrecks, moiety of royalty on, 362.

Bernard, Eliz., pension for, 215.

Berry, Bernard, tidesman at Bideford, 269.

Bertie, Ann Venables, Countess of Abingdon, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.

-, Charles, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, account as, 43, 78, 79, 90, 91, 313, 401
-, interest on money imprested to, 78, 79, 91, 313, 477
-, issues to, 117, 136, 141, 180, 220, 276, 337, 367, 450, 482
-, loans by, 482
-, salary of, 176, 262, 333
-, to attend the Treasury, 43.

-, Montagu Venables, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, Constable of the Tower, 175, 262, 333, 424.

-, Peregrine, an under-searcher of London port, 121.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain of the Household, 176, 261, 327, 424.

-, Phil., auditor [of Crown Land Revenue], 293.

-, Robert, payment of pension or annuity for Mary Cock, 173, 258, 425.

Berwick-on-Tweed, co. Northumberland, 314.

embargo on all ships and vessels within England Wales and, 129
-, taken off ships trading within England, Wales and, 155
-, taken off ships trading to Holland, 170
-, taken off all ships bound from, 210.

Managers of the Duties on Marriages etc., and on Houses. See Barker, R.
-, Clayton, W.
-, Shoreditch, R.

Mayor, etc., of, 430.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Wyvell, T.

searcher of. See Pratt J.
-, Selby, G.

surveyor of. See Pratt J.
-, Selby, W.

Best, —, information of, 459.

-, Ralph, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 387.

B'estoso, Geronimo, petition for recompense for the loss of his ship and effects, 319.

Bette, Mary, pension of, 471.

-, Susanna, pension of, 471.

Beverley, [Ant.], captain of the Company of Invalids at Windsor, 230.

Beverwert, Charlotte, Lady Beverwert, a Lady of the Bedchamber, annuity of, 133.

Bevis, William, master of the Peace, 171.

Bevoir. See Beauvoir.

Beza, Richard, tidesman at Bristol port, 490.

Bickerton, Richard, a robber on the highway, 420.

Biddenham, co. Bedford, 112, 226, 326, 414.

Biddulph, Sir Michael, one of M. Whitley's sureties, 401.

Bideford ("Priddiford"), co. Devon, Agent for Prizes at. See Power, T. landwaiters at, 264, 267.

Surveyor of. See Ash J.
-, Quick, A.

tidesmen at, 206, 269, 292.

waiters and searchers at, 464.

Bigg (Big), —, estate in Hertfordshire of, 45.

-, Robert, petition for stay of process on Customs bonds against, 243.

Biker, John, tidesman at Bristol port, 480.

Bilhagh (Billha, Bille). See Sherwood Forest.

Billier, —, 1', payment to, 323.

Binks, Samuel, Customs collector and waiter at Arundel, 314.

Birch, Samuel, an outlaw, 345.

Birching-hatt [Birchen Hat]. See New Forest.

Bird, William, senior, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of the Revenue in Virginia, 235, 244, 377, 456.

Birkland (Brickland) Hay. See Sherwood Forest.

Birmingham, co. Warwick, postmaster of. See Rowney, T.

Bishop, William, a security for T. Cobb, 187, 190, 271.

Blackbeard, John, Keeper of the Court House and Clerk of the Courts, St. Mary's, York, 331.

Blacke, Thomas, assault on, 232.

Blackfan, Edward, prisoner in Horsham gaol for running brandy, 164, 314-5.

Blackhall
-, (Blackhull) Ralph, Collector of the General Penny Post Office, 3, 12, 49, 147, 178
-, accounts of, 223, 290, 306
-, complaint against, 267
-, to attend the Treasury, 58.

Blackmore, Thomas, sheriff of co. Hertford, 310.

Blackstakes, co. Kent, 344.

Blackwell, Sir Lambert, Envoy Extraordinary to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 182, 406.

Bladen, —, Secretary, 356.

-, William, collector of Customs in the port of Annapolis, petition for increase of salary, 227.

-, -, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of the Revenue in Maryland, 377
-, a commissioner to enquire concerning land of considerable value discovered at Maryland, 477.

Blades, James, a coin counterfeiter, 359.

Blair, —, account of, 26.

-, James, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

-, -, Commissary at Virginia of the Bishop of London, 272.

-, John, clerk, chaplain going to North Carolina, passage money for, 240.

Blakiston, Nathaniel, colonel, Governor of Maryland, 234.

Blamy [Blaney], co. Fermanagh, arrears on plus and undisposed forfeited lands in, 157.

Blanchfeild, Leonard, army pensioner, royal bounty for, 26, 214.

Bland, Charles, deputy Master of the Great Wardrobe, 192, 322, 430.

Blaney. See Blamy.

Blankarne, Edward, tidesman, inferior list, London port, preferred to the superior list, 103.

Blantyre, Lord. See Stewart, A.

Blathwayt
-, (Blathwaite) William, Secretary at War, 2, 6, 7, 12, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 30, 32, 36, 38, 41, 43, 44, 47, 48, 62, 65, 78, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 90, 91, 95, 105, 141, 144, 147, 160, 166, 169, 193, 194, 209, 218, 230, 233, 237, 238, 248, 250, 253, 267, 269, 271, 277, 282, 287, 288, 292, 305, 322, 325, 338, 341, 357, 360, 368, 378, 380, 381, 396, 414, 429, 437, 442, 450, 453, 457, 458, 464, 483, 489, 490, 492
-, salary as, 40
-, additional salary, 11, 40, 71, 164, 264, 276, 411, 454.

Surveyor and Auditor General of the Revenues of the Plantations, 21, 29, 115, 119, 121, 127, 130, 131, 139, 171, 175, 181, 184, 190, 195-9, 216, 217, 219, 222, 224, 229, 230, 234, 235, 244, 246, 254, 257, 282, 287, 289, 291, 294, 298, 317, 318, 336, 343, 344, 352, 354, 356, 361, 362, 363, 364, 369, 377, 385, 400, 434, 436, 437, 456, 464, 469, 477.

Auditor of the Revenue of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados and the Leeward Islands, 280.

Clerk of the Privy Council, 172, 260, 328, 426.

Commissioner for Trade, 176, 260.

orders on duties on coals and culm assigned to, 403.

petition referred to, 69.

Blencowe (Blincowe), William, allowance for deciphering, 116, 150, 425.

Blenkarne, William, tidesman at Bristol port, 480, 490.

Bligh, John, appointed waiter and searcher and to guard the coast near Barnstaple, 206.

-, Sidney, collector at Penryn, 392.

Blincowe. See Blencowe.

Blithe, Francis, of Colchester, bookseller, stamped paper burned in his home, 211.

Blofield, Leonard, Receiver General of Taxes for part of Norfolk, 190.

Blood, [Holcroft], colonel, regiment of foot of, 419, 441.

Blythnook, co. Northumberland, 319.

Boare, Thomas, verdict against for an under-entry, 175.

Bocock, Mary, pension for, 214.

Bodham, Edward, merchant, surety for R. Thorowgood, 307, 412.

Boevey, —, contract for short cords of wood, 306.

Boisrisseau, Anne de, pension of, 471.

Bolingbroke, Bullingbrook, Level, lease of tithes in, 249, 358.

Bolton, Duke of. See Powlett, C.

Bond, Robert, of Lancaster, skinner, 364.

-, William, payment for apprehending and prosecuting clippers and coiners, 368, 441, 463.

Bondon, Mary, pension of, 470.

Bonyalva, co. Cornwall, manor of, 360.

Booker, Thomas, crier of the Admiralty, 386.

Bookham, Great, co. Surrey, churchwardens of, 479.

Boosey, Theophilus, waiter at Burnham, dismissed, 387.

Booth, [Nathaniel], Surveyor of the Greenwax, 122, 193.

Borde, Ann la, pension of, 470.

-, Mary la, pension of, 470.

Borret
-, (Borrett) William, Treasury Solicitor, 4, 13, 44, 70, 79, 82, 84, 106, 127, 138, 144, 164, 166, 169, 189, 193, 194, 220, 246, 271, 280, 299, 303, 305, 311, 314, 338, 344, 345, 349, 441, 442, 452, 455, 460, 464, 466
-, account as, 293, 431
-, issues to, for Crown law charges, 21, 29, 41, 175, 260, 312, 328, 437
-, payment by, 328, 402
-, salary of, 120, 248, 423.

Borrough, Hicks, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 188.

Bosen, Christopher Dietrich von, Envoy from Poland, present for, 399.

Boston
-, New England, 317
-, ship fromtaken by the French, 132.

Boston
-, co. Lincoln, Comptroller of. See Johnson, M.
-, Customer and Collector of. See Clarke, J.
-, Northcott, C.
-, landwaiters in, 163, 387
-, Surveyor of. See Lambert, H.
-, Merrit, C.

Boswell alias Staunton, Horace, estate in Shropshire, 166.

Boteler, Sir Philip, information concerning fraud in collection of the Poll Tax in Brenchley, 265.

Bott, Mary, widow, tenements in Tamworth, 364.

Botternell, Boturnell, South, co. Cornwall, 488.

Boucher, Thomas, Dr., Professor of Civil Law, Oxford University, pension for, 173, 258.

Boughton, Thomas, extraordinary weigher, London port, to be noon tender, 490.

Boult, Andrew, clothier of Lord Shannon's regiment, 154.

Bourbon, Armand de. See Miremont, Marquis de.

Bourne. See Eastbourne.

Bowen
-, Maurice, riding officer for the guard of the coast between Deal and Dover, 292
-, tidesurveyor at Liverpool, 130, 161, 437, 480.

Bowles, —, victuals bought for the Fleet by, 69.

-, Joseph, a surety for T. Rowney, 224.

-, Thomas, executor of Joseph, 224.

Bowtell, Anne, widow, payment to, for husband's redeeming captives from slavery in Barbary, 101.

Boycott, John, quarter master, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Boyle
-, Henry, Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, 2, 3, 15
-, allowance in lieu of perquisites and profits, 371, 377, 418
-, passage leading into Pall Mall from house of, 237
-, patent fees of, 371
-, robes and vestures, allowance for, 371.

-, Juliana, Countess of Burlington, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.

-, Richard, 2nd Viscount Shannon, 51.

regiment of 325
-, clearings of, 179, 265
-, clothier of, 154
-, offreckonings of, 265
-, subsistence of, 146, 179, 245, 487.

Boys, Joseph, tidesman, inferior list, London port, to be landwaiter at Hull, 267.

Brabant
-, Sir Henry, debt of, 63, 69
-, loss by the plague, 98.

-, Thomas, account books relating to tithe of the manors of Frognall, Thockrington, Little and Great Bavington, 164, 349.

Brabazon, Cecilia, Countess of Meath, pension for, 493.

-, Edward, 4th Earl of Meath, pension for, 493.

Braddock, [Edward], colonel, Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 292.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, F.

Bradgate, Jarvis, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Leicester, 151.

Bradley, Richard, pension for, 214.

Bradshaw, —, Hearthmoney accounts, 64.

-, Henry, sheriff for co. Derby, 110.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Derby, 151.

-, William, waiter and searcher at Faversham, 429.

Brady (Braydy), —, Dr., action against Lady Milbanck, 63, 65, 90, 91, 95, 98.

Brampston (Bampston, Brampton, Bramston), [George], LL. D., Surrogate to the Judge of the Admiralty Court, 12, 386, 442, 466.

-, -, Dr., [of Doctors Commons, official to the Archdeacons of Middlesex and London], 84.

Brandon on the Wolds, [co. Suffolk], 407.

Brasselay (Brassely), —, children of, pension for, 213.

-, Isabeau de, pension of, 470.

Brathwayte, Richard, customer of Newcastle port, 457, 469.

Brawn. See Brown.

Bray, —, Dr., 237.

-, Henry, a surety of M. Taylor, 310.

Braybrooke, co. Northampton, manor of, 130, 252, 465.

Braydy. See Brady.

Brecon, county of, Chief Justice of, 335.

See also Powlett, W.

Second Justice of, 335. See also Cox, C.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Powell, C.

Surveyor of Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Vaughan, J.

Brecon, co. Brecon, manor of, steward of. See Vaughan, J., Earl of Carbery.

Brenchley, co. Kent, fraud in collection of the Poll Tax at, 265.

Brenton, Jahleel, collector, surveyor and searcher of the Customs in New England, 314.

Breres, John, of the Second Troop of Guards, pension for, 364, 472.

Brereton, Edward, a Commissioner for Prizes, 315, 371.

Brerewood, Thomas, merchant, undertaker for clothing a Regiment of Dragoons, 366.

Bretton (Breton), Richard, a Commissioner of Customs, 315, 445.

-, Robert, collector of Dover port, 445.

Brewer, John, Receiver General of Prizes, 3, 10, 14, 47, 53, 70, 80, 85, 106, 107, 116, 143, 158, 167, 189, 248, 258, 268, 269, 294, 321, 373, 394, 397, 400, 415.

Brewster, Edward, payment for printing Acts of Parliament, etc., 444.

-, Samuel, title to curacy of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 95, 481.

-, Thomas, collector of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 119.

Brickland Hay. See Sherwood Forest.

Bricknall, Mary, pension for, 213.

Bridge, Stephen, landwaiter at Boston, 387.

Bridges
-, (Brydges) Brook, an Auditor of Imprests, 13, 20, 35, 42, 49, 54, 58, 138, 147, 159, 166, 248, 252, 271, 283, 287, 288, 293, 298, 326, 449
-, general deputy to. See Anstis, J.
-, new instructions for, 42
-, salary of, 263, 425.

-, Francis, Cashier of the Salt Duties, 7, 169, 456, 467.

-, James, a Commissioner of Accounts, 102, 218.

-, Sir Matthew, regiment of foot of, in Portugal, 408, 409, 412, 419.

-, William, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 176, 262, 333.

Bridgman, [James], colonel, 255.

-, Sarah, relict of Gilbert Thornburgh and of Col. Bridgman, continuance of pension, 255, 472.

Bridgwater
-, co. Somerset, Customer of. See Wolstenholme, T.
-, searchers at, 194.

Bridlington, co. York, surveyor, waiter and searcher at, 129,

Brigg, —, 141.

Briggs
-, Augustine, a brewer's clerk, Receiver General of Taxes for part of Norfolk, 153, 278
-, trustees for the estate of, 178, 455.

-, Thomas, surety for R. Thorowgood, 335, 412.

Brisac, Daniel, petition for pension, 50.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 287, 342.

Collector of. See Beech T.
-, Colt, J. D.
-, clerk and cashier to. See Ballard, D.

Customs House at, warehousekeeper of. See Pembruge, C.

mint at, 339.

Queen's waiters in, petition for additional allowance, 399.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Brown C.
-, Malet, B.

Receiver General of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Malet, B.

tidesmen at, 429, 480, 490.

wines seized at, 249.

Bristol
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths on small rectories and vicarages in, 323
-, bishop of, 323.

Brittain, —, to attend the Treasury, 40.

Brixham
-, co. Devon, boatman at, 135
-, waiters and searchers at, 292.

Broadhurst, John, porter at the Exchequer Gate, 321, 418.

Broadlake, Edward, lease of tenements in the manor of Carradon Prior, 127, 243, 293.

Brock, Rowland, pension for, 213.

Brocksditch. See Dover.

Broderick, —, counsel for Lady Wood, 63, 65.

Bromfeild, French, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Sussex, 152, 483.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Sussex, 451, 483.

Bromfleet, Geo., landwaiter at Hull, 267.

Bromley, William, of Harwich, a Commissioner of Accounts, 102, 218, 327, 414.

Brook (Brooke), James, master of the Mary, 163.

-, John, master of the Mayflower, 351.

-, Pusey, petition for employment in the Customs, 178
-, riding officer at Hythe, 386

-, Richard, master of the Tryall, 171.

-, Samuel, petition for place of riding surveyor at Liverpool, 374.

-, -, coastwaiter at London port, 422.

-, William, master of the Lisbon Merchant, 172.

Brooking, —, a purser, 37.

Brooks (Brookes), —, remittances to Lisbon, 85.

-, John, commander of the Joseph, 178.

-, Samuel, petition to be appointed officer to prevent running of goods between London and Chelsea, 159.

-, William, payment to, of money for the King of Portugal, 71.

Broom Close alias Barbados Close, Richmond. See Richmond.

Brougham, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 150, 465, 479.

Broughton, Sampson Shelton, Attorney General of New York, 274.

Brouncker, Henry, premises in Mortlake granted to by Charles II for manufacture of tapestry, 241.

-, William, 2nd Viscount Brouncker, a Commissioner of the Navy, 37.

Browing. See Browning.

Brown (Browne, Brawn), —, counsel for sureties of Spendlove, 45.

-, -, petition of, 68.

-, Adam, deputy Queen's waiter, London port, 468.

-, -, son of John, employment in the Customs, 250.

-, Charles, Receiver General [of Taxes], Somerset and Bristol, 80.

-, -, —, wife of, 80.

-, Elizabeth, executrix of Thomas, 433.

-, George, boatman at Hull, 468.

-, Joannah, seizure of lace and muslin brought from Holland, 319.

-, John, gunfounder to Charles II, 250.

-, -, landwaiter at Whitby, 278.

-, -, an able seaman, appointed boatman at Calshot, 387.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for part of Norfolk and for Norwich, 151.

-, -, a trustee for the sale of the estate of A. Briggs, 178.

-, -, Agent for Taxes, 455.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, 433.

-, -, weighing porter, London port, 193, 433.

-, -, a superannuated huntsman, pension in lieu of payments out of the Privy Purse, 472.

-, William, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Browning (Browing), Jane, pension of, 173, 258.

-, William, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Bruce, —, counsel for J. Herbert, 42.

-, Sir Alexander, petition of, 26, 150.

Brudenall (Brudenel), Thomas, colonel, regiment of foot of, 363, 419, 441.

Brugnire, Judith de, pension of, 470.

Brunswick and Luneburgh
-, Duke of, installation of, 216
-, Envoy Extraordinary to the Elector and Dukes of. See Poley, E.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to the Princes of. See Cresset, J.

Brussels, Belgium, Secretary [to Ambassador at]. See Marmande, Jacob Acere de.

Brydges. See Bridges.

Buccari, Hungary, 288.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

Buck, Katha., pension for, 215.

Buckby, Walter, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 112.

Buckeridge, Sarah, widow of Seaborn, 366.

-, Seaborn, Accountant General of Prizes, 366.

Buckingham
-, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Horton, H.
-, sheriff of. See Weedon, R.

Buckingham, [Dowager] Duchess of. See Villiers, Mary.

Buckingham and Normanby, Duke of. See Sheffield, J.

Buckland. See Dover.

Bucklawren [St. Martin-by-Looe], co. Cornwall, manor of, 360.

Buckle, Deborah, payment for coals, candles, etc., furnished for the Guards at Kensington, 207.

Budge, Richard, petition for debenture for hire of the Truelove, 440.

Bulcock, Robert, late of Lancaster, merchant, debt owing for Customs, 364.

Buller, [Anthony], colonel, underwoods of Helsbury and Lanteglos Parks granted to, in 1662, 179.

-, James, lease of a messuage in Trehingsta, 270, 358.

Bullingbrook. See Bolingbroke.

Bulstrode, Hen., one of the Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters to Mary II, pension for, 212.

Bunbury, Sir Henry, et al., petition concerning interest on Customs bonds of merchants of Chester, 113.

Bunce, Williamina, pension for, 213.

Burchet
-, Josiah, Secretary to the Admiralty, 19, 81, 145, 168, 210, 245, 264, 277, 324, 334, 345, 397, 413, 441
-, refund of taxes, 39
-, Secretary to the Lord High Admiral, 479.

Burden, Robert, tidesman at Bideford, 292.

Burdet, Francis, landwaiter, London port, dismissed for neglect of duty, 336.

Burgh, Thomas, payment for necessaries bought for Dublin Castle, 191.

Burgoyne, William, a commissioner to enquire concerning frauds and abuses in the collection of taxes in Exeter and Devon, 369.

Burleigh Sandys. See New Forest.

Burlington, Countess of. See Boyle, Juliana.

Burnaby, Arthur, Secretary to the Commissioners for Prizes, 371.

-, Richard, disbursements in looking after [Post Office] carriers, 474.

Burnet (Burnett), Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 241, 424.

-, John, quarter gunner of the Starling Castle, 334.

Burnham, co. Essex, waiters at, 387.

Burrard, —, 271.

Burridge, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Devon, 135.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes for part of Devon, 152.

Burrington, —, a Commissioner of the Victualling, 23, 189.

Burrish, Edward, Collector of Salt Duties, co. Worcester, 170.

Burslem, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Stafford and city of Lichfield, 151.

Burton, —, memorial of, 62, 373.

-, John, Salt Duty debt, 439.

-, -, stocking of refining saltwork at Cobholm, 331.

-, Lancelot, interest on tallies of pro or assignment on malt surplus, 444-5.

-, -, orders on duties on coals and culm assigned to, 403.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes within the Palaces of Whitehall, St. James and the Verge thereof, 331, 339, 358.

-, Richard, clerk to G. Dodington, 55.

-, Robert, an under-searcher of London port, 121.

-, Samuel, Receiver of rents, etc., of the Hospital of the Savoy, 167, 256, 327, 422, 456.

Burwell Block, [co. Cambridge], 407.

Bury, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Nottingham, 151.

Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 408.

Buscowen, —, commission for ports of Penryn and Falmouth, 57.

Bush, —, captain, reward for saving cargo of prize ship laden with wines, 129.

Bushell, Thomas, lease of Duties and Customs on lead, etc., granted to, 338.

Bushop, Matthew, estate of, in Montgomery, 359.

-, Richard, estate of, in Montgomery, 359.

Butler, Charles, Earl of Arran, Colonel of the Third Troop of Horse Guards, pay of officers ordered to Flanders, 238, 240.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, 22, 51, 228, 237, 301, 319
-, at Port St. Mary, 163, 319
-, charges for equipage and voyage to Ireland, 138
-, going to Cadiz, 163
-, lease of the lodge and land in Richmond Old Park, 148, 469
-, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 7, 138, 156, 159, 191, 207, 229, 233, 234, 240, 493
-, petition referred to, 69
-, trustees of, 9.

-, John, Dr., of Appletree, estate of, 452.

-, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.

-, Robert, petition for place as surveyor of the Duties on Houses, etc., 111.

-, Simon, a Papist, estate of John, 452.

-, Walter, pension for, 214.

Button, John, of the Second Troop of Guards, pension of, 472.

Byerly, Robert, a Commissioner of Accounts, 102, 218, 327, 414.

Byfeild, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Wells Burnham, 322.

Byles, William, Surveyor and Inspector of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Surrey, 420.

Byss, Elizabeth, clipper and coiner, apprehended, 463.