C—, letter sent to the Commissioners of Stamp Duties under name of, 94.
Cades, Thomas, master of the Truelove, 440.
Cadiz, Spain, 27.
Agent for Prizes at. See Westcombe, Sir M.
bills of exchange drawn from, 299.
Consul at. See Westcombe, Sir M.
Expedition to, officers employed in, issue for, 61, 321.
Regiment of Dragoons (Brigadier W. Lloyd) going on, horses lost atsea by, 48, 254, 277, 285
-, respits of, 285.
regiments sent from Ireland, ordered to the West Indies, 7, 9, 53, 115, 207, 208, 286
-, arrears of, 106.
re-landing at Portsmouth of Ordnance money for, 2, 107.
transports, 72, 74, 143, 146, 163, 218, 222, 288, 305, 367, 402.
goods from, sale of, 3.
snuff and tobacco brought from, trial of sale of, 113.
Cagnony, Joseph, & Co., of London, merchants, seizure of forty bags of Jesuits Bark, 345.
Calais, France, 240.
Calico Hall. See Halifax.
Calker, —, agent for managing the tin affairs in Cornwall, 83.
Caloor, Peter, master of the Justice, 162.
Calshot, co. Southampton, boatmen at, 135, 387.
Calvert, Charles, 3rd Lord Baltimore, Proprietor of Maryland, 363.
-, John, pension for, 215.
Cambridge, county of, lands in, 407.
Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and on Houses, 467. See also Millicent, J.
-, Seyliard, T.
-, [Wedderborne, D.]
-, Surveyor of ditto. See Pigon, E.
-, York, J.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Mason, J.
-, Millicent, J.
-, Seyliard, T.
Cambridge, University of, Divinity Lecturer at, pension for, 173, 258.
Emmanuel College, Master, Fellows and Scholars of, pension for, 173, 258.
Henry VII's perpetuity to, 61, 333, 335.
preacher at, pension for, 173, 258.
Professor of Civil Law. See Ayloffe, T.
-, Oxenden, G.
Professor of Physic at. See Green, Dr.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Millicent, J.
Campbell, Colin, Agent for Prizes at Newfoundland, 147.
-, prize taken near, 245.
Canestigione, Albany, fort at, 256.
Cann, Richard, Clerk of the Fines at Ludlow, 175, 192, 236.
-, co. Kent, gaol at, 468
-, Judge of the Prerogative Court of. See Raynes, Sir R.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Fausset, W.
Canterbury, Archbishop of, 274, 323, 444.
Canterbury, diocese of, arrears of tenths on small rectories and vicarages in, 323.
-, Algernon, 22nd Earl of Essex, Regiment of Dragoons of, hautboys of, 141, 142
-, respits on officers of, 248, 298, 464.
Carbery, Earl of. See Vaughan, J.
Carbonel, Martin, pension for, 213.
-, county of, Chief Justice of, 335. See also Neave, P.
-, Second Justice of, 335. See also Webb. T.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.
Cardner, William, tidesman at Hoylake, 182.
Cardonel (Cardonal, Cardonell, Cardonnel, Cardonnell), Adam, 3, 15, 32, 48, 56, 62, 66, 67, 86, 209, 224, 277, 295, 329, 341, 360, 368, 379, 380, 381, 382, 385, 388, 389, 391, 396, 404, 408, 410, 458, 464.
Cardonnock. See Cardurnock.
Cardurnock, Cardonnock, co. Cumberland, riding officers at, 234.
Carey (Cary), Ann, pension for the maintenance of her son, Lucius Henry, Viscount Falkland, 215.
-, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, 37, 55, 243
-, stay of process against heirs and executors of, 37.
-, Lucius Henry, 6th Viscount Falkland, pension for the maintenance of, 215.
-, Philip, extraordinary tidesman, London port, to be tidesman, inferior list, London port, 468.
-, Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland, 243.
-, [Richard], Agent for Antigua, 465.
Caribbee Islands, Councils of, 196.
fines, forfeitures, prizes, etc., profits accruing to the Crown from, 196.
fortifications of, 195.
Four and a Half per cent. Duty on all dead commodities of the produce of the, 195
-, account of, 224, 354, 355
-, revenue from, 195.
Governor of, 196.
Leeward. See Leeward Islands.
Revenue of, account of, 195-6.
Carkesse, Charles, an officer of London port, payment for making a collection of the laws in force relating to the Customs, 234, 303.
Carleton, Edward, debentures on exported tobacco, 161-2.
-, Guy, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Carlisle, co. Cumberland, collector of. See Huddleston, —.
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths on small rectories and vicarages in, 323, 491
-, bishop of, 323.
Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, C.
Carlisle, Ellen, pension for, 214.
-, county of, Chief Justice of, 335. See also Neave, P.
-, Second Justice of, 335. See also Webb, T.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.
Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Osborne, T.
-, county of, Chief Justice of, 335. See also Peasley, W.
-, Second Justice of. See Gwynn, M.
-, Original Seal of grant of profits of, 353
-, Pre Fines and Recoveries in, grant of profits of, 353
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Powell, C.
-, Whitley, M.
Carnedon Prior. See Carradon.
-, Lords Proprietors of, yearly rent due to the Crown by, 200
-, arrears of, 254, 294, 354.
Palatine of. See Granville, J., Lord Granville.
provisions bought at, 460.
revenue in, collector of. See Muschamp, G.
Carolina, North, chaplain going to. See Blair, J.
Carpenter, William, one of the Commissioners for Victualling the Navy, 272.
-, (Carnedon) Prior, co. Cornwall, manor of, 127, 221, 243, 358
-, Easter, tenement in, 293
-, Knowles, tenement in, 488
-, Sharisland, tenement in, 293.
Carter, —, 81.
-, -, Treasurer [of Virginia], 456.
-, Daniel, tidesman at Bristol port, 429.
-, John, petition for employment in the Customs, 303.
-, Lawrence, senior, lease of lands in co. Leicester, 489.
-, Roger, master of the Hart, 171.
-, William, lease of lead and coal mines in manor of Denbigh, 465.
Carthew, Thomas, Serjeant at Law, 46.
Cartwright, Henry, Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 400, 407.
-, Richard, debt due for Salt Duties, 190.
Carver, John, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.
Cary. See Carey.
Case, Mary, payment due to her late husband William, 184.
-, William, surgeon of the Yard at Deptford, 184.
Cason, Dorothy, one of the Women of the Bedchamber to Mary II, pension for, 212.
Casseres, —, to attend the Treasury, 95.
Casshell, George, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Castle Dean alias Charleton Dean. See Dover.
Castleton, [Nathaniel], Comptroller of the Penny Post Office, 12, 113.
Caswall, James, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Monmouth, 152.
Catchmay, Mrs., gone beyond the seas, 81.
Catherine of Bragança, Queen of Charles II, the Queen Dowager, 256.
Attorney General to. See Folkes, M.
Auditor General to. See Hewett, R.
Council of, 145, 187, 303.
jointure lands of, 187, 303, 447.
Lord Chamberlain to. See Duras, L. de, Earl of Feversham.
Surveyor General to. See Rayner, J.
trees to be felled in Whittlewood and Salcey Forests for, 145.
Caulfeild, William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, regiment of, 474.
agent to. See Gardiner, R.
clearings, issue for, 25.
half-pay allowance stopped of officers refusing to go to West Indies, 126.
subsistence, issue for, 8, 102, 114, 188, 223.
Caumont, de, Susanne de Beringham, Duchess de la Force, second wife of Jacques Nompar de Caumont due de la Force, pension for, 215.
-, Ireland, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157
-, collector of the tax at, 10, 120.
Cavan, Countess of. See Lambart, Castiliana.
Cavendish, Rachel, Marchioness of Hartington, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 416, 419.
-, William, Duke of Devonshire, Lord Steward of the Household, 225, 302
-, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 263, 427.
Cawood, John, tidesman in Hull port, 129.
Cawthorne, Richard, clerk, pension for reading prayers at Hampton Court Palace, 213.
-, William, Receiver of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., for part of co. Lincoln, 127, 244
-, Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Lincoln, 152.
Caygill, Anthony, Salt Duty debt, 439.
Cecil, James, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 161.
-, Robert, a Commissioner for Trade, 176, 260.
Cercle, Susanne le, pension of, 471.
Chabannes, Mary, pension of, 471.
Chaddock, Daniel, Customs bond surety for R. Roudey, 370.
Chadignac, Mary Jolly de, pension of, 470.
Chail, — de, pension for, 214.
Chaloner, —, executed, 81.
Chamberlain, John, weighing porter, London port, 193, 433.
-, Joseph, coastwaiter, London port, 175.
-, Thomas, pension of, 472.
-, William, Surveyor and Inspector of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Nottingham, 420.
-, -, Register of Certificates in Jersey, to be a coastwaiter, London port, 480.
Champagne, Mary de, pension of, 471.
Champante, —, caveat concerning subsistence of the four Independent Companies at New York, 74, 373.
Champigny, — de, pension for, 214.
Champlaurier, Esther, pension of, 471.
-, Mary, pension of, 471.
-, Susanna, pension of, 471.
Chandler, Philip, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Dorset, 143.
Chandos, Rebecca, continuance of pension not granted, 27.
Chapel Hainault. See Waltham Forest.
Chapelizod, co. Dublin, 191.
-, —, petition for grant of fines and lands forfeited by Irish Papists in the Leeward Islands, 352, 369
-, petition for place of Escheator or Receiver of the Casual Revenue, Leeward Islands, 352, 369.
-, Charles, mines in Jamaica granted to, 211.
-, Francis, petition for grant of forfeited plantations in the island of St. Christopher, 287.
Chardon, William, riding officer at Cardurnock, 234.
Charlemont, Lord. See Caulfeild, W.
-, 49, 54, 76
-, bridge built over the Tweed by, 430
-, hospital in Tothill Fields founded by, 212
-, lands granted in the time of, 358.
Charles II, 88.
annuities granted by, to the Duchess of Cleveland, 28
-, to Lyme Regis for repair of the Cobb pier, 115.
death of, 273, 401.
first war between the States General and, 244.
Gentleman of the Cellar to. See Thornburgh, G.
grants by, of ground at the entrance into Westminster Hall, 465
-, of Logwood Duties, 76
-, of premises in Mortlake to the Earl of Sunderland and H. Brouncker for the manufacture of tapestry, 241
-, of profits of the honor of Peveril, 447
-, of Richmond manor to James II when Duke of York, 170.
gunfounder to. See Brown, J.
Hospital and Free School in Dublin founded by, 244.
loan to, in exile, 228.
Master of the Robes to. See Godolphin, Lord.
order of, for answering of emergencies in Virginia, 197.
pensions granted by, 27, 101, 430.
perpetuity granted by, 173.
plate delivered out of the Jewel House and undischarged during the reign of, 31.
repairs to palaces during the reign of, 51.
-, Archduke of Austria, going to Portugal in the Queen's ship Royal Catherine, 384
-, officers attending, quilts and blankets for, 417
-, provision for, 395
-, servants attending, 416.
Charles, James, tidesman at Hoylake, 182.
Charleton Dean. See Dover.
Charlton, —, Ordnance accounts, 43.
-, -, leave to go to Bath for recovery of health, 207.
Charnells, Thomas, sheriff of co. Leicester, 318.
Charnock, Thomas, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 173, 262, 332, 423.
Chartres, William, of Cork, merchant, security for value of the James, 75, 373, 481.
Chase, James, Apothecary in ordinary to the Queen, 350, 428.
Chatham, co. Kent, 103.
Chest, debt due from, 37
-, Governors of, 37, 55, 301
-, issues for, 65, 67, 341
-, pensioners of, payment of, 67, 337
-, poundage defalked from seamen's wages for, 37.
decayed naval stores at, 484.
Victualler's agent at. See Crisp, R.
Cheeke, John, Marshal of the Admiralty, 386.
Chelmsford, co. Essex, County Gaol at, 106.
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, officer to prevent running of goods between London and, 159.
Chelsea College, land bought for the use of, 271.
Chelsea Hospital, admittance to, qualification for, 393.
Commissioners of, 13, 142, 207, 268, 269, 365, 393.
See also Fox, Sir S.
-, How, J.
-, Wren, Sir C.
debt to, 193.
deduction of one day's pay from the Forces in Portugal for, 443.
establishment, 6, 26, 269, 271, 288, 365
-, reduction of, 207.
Governors of, 26, 69, 78, 86, 90, 271, 339, 343, 385, 429
-, salary of, commencing date of, 271.
Governor, Deputy, of, 69, 78, 343, 429.
incident and settled charges of, 411.
Invalids at, 6.
payment to, 268.
reduction of, 142, 268.
reduced men (or pensioners), list of, 78, 429
-, payment to, 142
-, petition of, 339
-, provision for, 69, 343, 385, 393
-, qualifications of, 365
-, review of, 69, 343.
review of, 142.
vacancies in, 142, 268, 385, 393.
Major of, 69, 78, 343, 429.
out-patients of, debt to, 193.
out-pensioners, expense of, 6.
payments for, out of deduction of 12d. per £ from pay of the Forces, 120.
salaries and allowances, commencing date of, 271.
Treasurer and Paymaster of, 6. See also Howe, J.
-, Deputy Treasurer and Under-Pay-master. See Cook, R.
-, Fry, T.
-, co. Surrey, felling of trees in coppices near, 306
-, row barges working on the Thames between London and, 131, 147.
Chester, county of, assessment rolls, 299.
Crown Revenues, Auditor of. See Shales, H.
Excise, collector of. See Fryth, C.
inhabitants of, 3,000 marks due to the Queen from, 193, 280, 464.
Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, Sir J.
-, Second Justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.
Justices of the Peace of, 358.
Receiver General of Assessments. See Lloyd, T.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Lloyd, T.
-, Whitley, M.
Sheriff of, 190. See also Davenport, J.
-, co. Chester, city and port of, Customer of. See Gratwick, W.
-, Meredith, R.
garrison of, 291.
Governor of, 116. See also Shakerley, P.
Invalids, Company of, at, agent to, 116.
captain of. See Twydall, [J.]
clearings of, issue for, 24, 186.
debts owing by, 9, 116, 282.
money received for, repayment of, 454, 459.
pay of, 17, 24, 159, 186, 230.
reduced, accounts of, 237
-, pay of, 269, 282
-, royal bounty for, 24, 55, 62, 237, 291, 323, 436.
merchants of, interest on Customs bonds, 113, 460.
mint at, 152, 339, 461
-, officers of, 309.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Lloyd, T.
Searcher of. See Waring, J., junr.
-, Waring J., senior.
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths of small rectories and vicarages in, 323, 491
-, bishop of, 323.
Chesworth Lodge, Horsham, co. Sussex, 187, 303.
Chetwind, [Charles], Auditor of Wales, 224, 277.
Chevernay, Lucrece de, pension of, 470.
-, William, 2nd Viscount Newhaven and Lord Cheyne, grant of office of Clerk of the Pipe, 353-4
-, land bought for Chelsea College from, 271.
Chichester, co. Sussex, 338.
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths of small rectories and vicarages in, 323
-, bishop of, 323. See also Williams, J.
Chichester, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Donegal, petition of, 68.
regiment of, 474.
agent to. See Gardiner, R.
clearings of, issue for, 25.
officers of refusing to go to the West Indies, 125, 126.
subsistence of, issue for, 8, 102, 114, 188, 223.
Chiffinch, William, Master of the Hawks, payment to the executors of, 173, 263.
Child, Sir Cesar, sheriff of Northampton, 314.
-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Wilts and city of New Sarum, 150.
-, gold and silver exported for, 492
-, goods from, 97.
Chingford Walk. See Waltham Forest.
Chippenham, co. Wilts, money owing to innholders and victuallers for quartering two Companies of Regiment of Foot, 141, 174.
-, (Cholmondeley, Cholmondely), the Hon. George, major general, land at Richmond, 170, 475
-, steward of the manor of Richmond, 370
-, troop of Grenadier Guards of, 130, 248, 254.
Christian, Eliz., widow, petition for a Queen's waiter's place for her son-in-law, 307.
Chubb, Henry, lease of lands in Cornwall, 360.
-, Hugh, Comptroller of the Accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 5, 109, 130
-, office of Master of the Horse in commission to, 167.
Church, [John], vicar of Pagham, 338.
-, Ursula, pension for, 213.
Churchill, Awnsham, bookseller, 274.
-, Charles, major general, regiment of, 233, 252, 341.
clearings of, issue for, 24, 137, 186, 356.
issue for, 42, 52.
men taken out of, 53, 286.
offreckonings, issue for, 24, 188.
respits of, 30, 53, 207.
sent to Holland, 35, 169, 233.
-, Eliz., pension for, 213.
-, the Hon. George, 281.
-, John, Duke of Marlborough, 40.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 183, 406
-, return of jewel plate, 274.
annuity or yearly pension of, 232.
at the Treasury, 7, 12, 85, 86, 90, 91, 94, 95.
captain general of the Forces, 12, 31, 32, 67, 71, 89, 252, 301, 341, 360, 368, 380, 388, 391, 398, 405, 445
-, salary of, 14, 15, 16, 144.
goods and baggage of, passing the Customs, 82, 439
-, sealing of, 16.
-, barrel of ale sent for the use of, 186
-, messenger of the Chamber to attend. See Collins, G.
-, 2 trumpets to attend, livery for, 154.
jewel plate issued out of William III's plate in the Jewel Office to, return of, 274.
lodgings at St. James's, 16, 439.
Master General of the Ordnance, 264
-, salary of, 176, 262, 333.
treaty with the States General carried through by, 33.
-, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, 27, 455
-, Groom of the Stole and First Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 217, 312, 414
-, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 49, 116, 216, 219
-, Mistress of the Robes, 40, 244, 411.
-, William, payment for stationery wares, 50, 73, 336, 378.
Cinque Ports, Judge Official and Commissary of the Court of the Admiralty of the. See Oxenden, G.
Citters, Aernout van, payment to, 62.
Civill, Hester de, pension for, 213.
Clancarty, Countess of. See Maccarty, Elizabeth.
Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, H.
Clark (Clarke, Clerk), —, Customs officer, 451.
-, Francis, tidesman and boatman at Whitby, dismissed, 387.
-, [George], Secretary to Prince George of Denmark, Lord High Admiral, 39, 91, 457.
-, George, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of the Revenues in New York, 123, 127, 216, 217, 235
-, ditto in East and West New Jersey, 216, 217.
-, James, captain, agent for W. Metcalfe, 128.
-, -, captain, fish sold out of prize to, 303.
-, John, adjutant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
-, -, Customer and Collector of Boston, 112.
-, -, tidesman at Bideford, 269.
-, Matthew, a Groom of the Great Chamber to Mary II, pension of, 47, 49, 243, 472.
-, Robert, deputy patent waiter at Liverpool, to be riding surveyor, 387.
-, Samuel, a Commissioner of Customs, 315.
-, -, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Hereford, 150.
-, Susannah, royal bounty or pension for, 213.
-, William, a commissioner to enquire concerning discovery of land of considerable value at Maryland, 477.
Claussen, Ellener, pension for, 215.
Clayton, Sir Robert, farmer of the Post Fines, 311.
-, [William, chief clerk in the Auditor of the Receipt's Office], 42, 49, 67, 78, 277, 349.
-, William, Agent for Taxes, salary of, 104, 232, 340, 430
-, salary for managing the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., in England, Wales and Berwick, 245
-, a trustee of the estate of A. Briggs, 178, 455.
Cleater, Edward, tidesman at Hoylake, 182.
Cleave, Thomas, lease of lands in Somerset, 460.
Clement, Simon, sureties for, 267.
Clenland, William, commander of the Montague, 490.
Clerk. See Clark.
Cleveland, Duchess of. See Villiers, Barbara.
Cliff. See King's Cliffe.
Clifford, Jane, husband's estate in Reading made over as security for Excise debt, 110.
Clifton, Cornelius, landsurveyor of prizes in London port, 397.
Clifton Dartmouth Hardness. See Dartmouth.
Clinton, Henry, 22nd Earl of Lincoln, 215.
-, Susanna, Countess Dowager of Lincoln, pension for the maintenance of her son, 215.
-, Thomas, collector of Salt Duties, co. Devon, 366
-, [Receiver of] duties on imported salt at Barnstaple, 438.
Clonmel, Ireland, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157.
Clopton, —, 413.
-, -, Anne, wife of, formerly Anne South, a Maid of Honour, 101, 218, 413
-, royal bounty as marriage portion, 40, 275.
Coachman, —, a bill in the name of, 303.
Coatesworth (Coatsworth), Charles, surety for Michael, 227.
-, Michael, compounding of Salt Duty debt, 227.
-, William, surety for M. Taylor, 310, 439.
Coay, Katha., pension for, 215.
Cobb (Coobb), Richard, one of the sureties of Thomas, 113, 271.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 113, 187, 190, 264-5, 271.
Cobbett, Sarah, petition for lease of an estate, 228.
Cobholm Pans, co. Norfolk, refining saltwork, 331.
Cock, Mary, pension to R. Bertie during the life of, 173, 258, 425.
Cocks. See Cox.
Codrington, Christopher, colonel, Governor of the Leeward Islands, 149, 352, 370.
Coed Maddock, lands called, 402.
Coffin, George, a robber on the highway, 340.
Coke, Christopher, compounding of Customs debt, 221.
-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Accounts, 102, 218, 327, 414.
Coker, John, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Hertford, 309.
Colby. See Coleby.
-, co. Essex, 211
-, Surveyor of. See Bathurst, R.
-, Peers, R.
-, Fawthrop, C.
-, waiters at, 387.
Coldstaple Farm. See Coltstaple.
Cole, George, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 188.
-, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, 183, 406.
-, Wyndham, nephew of the Consul of Algiers, 29.
Coleby, Colby, co. Lincoln, 112, 226, 326, 414.
Colembine. See Columbine.
Colenbine. See Columbine.
Colepeper, —, et al., proclamation for apprehending, 462.
-, Thomas, Lord Colepeper, executor of. See Fairfax, Lord
-, grant of quit rents in Virginia, 470.
-, (Colepitt), Lionel, of Newcastle, surety for W. Metcalf, 180
-, compounding of Salt Duty debt, 180, 206, 239.
Coleraine, Ireland, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157.
Coling, Colinge. See Cooling.
Collenbine. See Columbine.
Collier, Elizabeth, a Maid of Honour, 413.
Collins, Francis, proposal for furnishing pitch and tar for the Navy, 23, 218.
-, George, a Messenger of the Chamber to attend the Duke of Marlborough to Holland, 17, 155.
Collop, Henry, clerk and assistant to the Storekeeper in London port, 164.
Colmore, William, executor of Sir Richard Ingoldsby, lease of the manor of Ingleby, 460.
Colquit, John, landsurveyor at Liverpool, 161.
Colt, George Dutton, captain, pay of company stopped to pay for quarters and subsistence at Chippenham, 141, 174.
-, John Dutton, Collector of Bristol, 44, 265, 311
-, embezzlement of his clerk and cashier, 265.
Coltstaple (Coldstaple, Constable) Farm, Horsham, co. Sussex, 187, 303.
-, (Colembine, Colenbine, Collenbine), [Ventris], brigadier, regiment of, 20, 25, 30, 152, 169, 209, 450, 453, 474, 490
-, agent to. See Gardiner, R.
-, issues for, 7, 8, 80, 102, 114, 160, 186, 208, 223.
Colyear, David, Lord Portmore, regiment of, 169.
clearings of, issue for, 186.
going to Portugal, 408, 409.
in the Low Countries, 35, 233, 341
-, issue for, 42, 252.
levy money for a company to be added to, 75, 375.
men taken out of, issue for, 52, 53, 286.
musters of, 286.
offreckonings, issue for, 24, 188.
respits on, 30, 91, 450, 457
-, issue for, 53, 207.
subsistence of, issue for, 419, 441, 476.
Cominoti, Giovanni Francisco, commander of the Marchioness Guadagni, 305.
Compton, Henry, Bishop of London, 26, 235.
Congreve, William, Customer of Poole, 490.
-, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, 10, 401, 413, 414, 415
-, Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, 93, 138, 142, 147, 174, 243, 311, 344, 449, 474
-, petition of, 39
-, to attend the Treasury, 29, 93, 95.
Connell, John, payment for apprehending robbers on the highway, 420.
Constable, —, gold and silver taken from the wreck to the north side of Hispaniola, 362.
Constable Farm. See Coltstaple.
Conway, John, pension for, 213.
Conyers, —, loan from the Bank of England, 397.
-, William, pension for, 213.
Coobb. See Cobb.
Cook (Cooke), —, of Derbyshire, 385.
-, James, et. al., merchants, petition for discharge of interest on Customs bonds, 271.
-, John, Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, 102, 173, 262, 329.
-, -, Salt Duty debt of, 439.
-, Sir John, Advocate General, 303, 327, 455.
-, Ralph, allowance for fire and candle, etc., for the Horse Guards and for a servant to take care of the rooms, 36, 238.
-, -, Deputy Treasurer and Under-Paymaster of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, appointment revoked, 120.
-, -, order on duties on coals and culm assigned to, 403.
-, Sir Thomas, goods of, 20.
Cookburne, —, Dr., minister of the English church at Amsterdam, pension of, 472.
Cookmere. See Cuckmere.
-, (Coling, Colinge), Richard, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, 432
-, salary of, 192, 209, 226, 261, 426.
Cooper (Cowper), Agnata, a Woman of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.
-, John, boatman at Newhaven, to be Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., 231.
-, -, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Devon, 275.
-, -, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., for cities of London and Westminster, co. Middlesex and Inns of Court and Chancery, 278.
-, -, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Oxford, 183.
-, -, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., [co. Southampton], 185.
-, Robert, clerk to the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 250.
-, William, Queen's Counsel, counsel for Lord Mohun, 79, 433.
Coote, Richard, 2nd Earl of Bellomont, Governor of New Hampshire, 199.
Copley, Sir Godfrey, a Commissioner of Accounts, 102, 218, 327, 414.
Copt Hall, co. Essex, 301.
Corbet, Andrew, Customs' examiner of officers' securities, 307, 343.
-, Robert, Collector of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 119.
-, county of, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157
-, half-pay officers from, refusing to go to the West Indies, allowances stopped, 125-6.
Cork, co. Cork, 373, 481.
Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, E.
-, Henry, allowance for two recruit horses for the Second Troop of Guards, 234
-, orders on coals, culm and cinders assigned to, 404
-, payment for clothing furnished to regiment of Scotch Fuziliers, 5, 112.
Cornwall, county of, a new post for the midland towns in, 473.
coast of, vessel fitted out for the guard of the, 445.
knights and burgesses of, 139.
lands in, 179, 185, 243, 299, 358, 360.
ports in, to furnish men for the Fleet, 139.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Manaton, F.
tin, affairs, agents for managing. See Calker —
-, Ennis, —
-, Scobel, H.
coinage, management of revenue of, 78.
commissioner for. See Mountstephens, J.
contracts for, 78, 416.
price of, 346
-, fall in, 346.
Receiver and Paymaster of the moneys for buying. See Scobel, H.
sale of, 346.
works, greater expenses of, 346.
tinners of, 78, 290, 346
-, Parliament or Convocation of, 290, 352.
Cornwall, Duchy of, lands, manors, etc., in, leases of, 127, 134, 221, 239, 293, 358, 488.
manors in co. Somerset, collector of rents of. See Lansdowne, J.
-, Tooker, —.
payment out of, in lieu of part of the manor of Fordington, 26.
Receiver General of, account of, 283.
revenues of, account of, 49, 86, 287, 451.
auditor of, 49, 451
-, deputy to, 49.
steward of. See Long, —.
Cornwallis, Thomas, royal bounty for, 28, 29, 208.
-, Spain, 337, 446
-, Consul and Agent to the Packet Boats at. See Parker, J.
Coshart. See Cossart.
Cossart (Coshart), —, captain, French escaped prisoner of war, 462.
Cotterell, Charles, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 267, 332, 427.
-, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, annuity for, 177, 424
-, salary of, 172, 267, 332, 427.
Cottingham, —, of Symond's Inn, 164.
Cotton, Sir John, library erected at Westminster by, 370.
Coudriere, — la, reformed lieutenant colonel of Horse, pension of, 51, 232.
Courthope, James, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 188.
Courtin, Daniel, master of the Society, 171.
Courtney, Edward, housekeeper of the Transfer Office, 302.
Cousins (Cousen), —, payment for gilding the pipes and carved woodwork of the organs of the Chapel Royal, Windsor, 364, 402.
Coven, Stephen, collector of Excise, 368.
Coventry, co. Warwick, Receiver General of Taxes. See Andrews, J.
Coventry, diocese of. See Lichfield.
Covin, John, collector of Excise in Exeter, 491.
Cowper. See Cooper.
-, (Cocks), —, a sub-commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty at Barbados, dismissal of, 94, 475, 477
-, reinstatement of, 492.
-, Charles, Second Justice of Brecon, Radnor and Glamorgan, 337, 345, 449, 481.
-, John, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, 432
-, salary of, 192, 209, 226, 261, 426.
-, Sir Richard, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, royal bounty for equipage, etc., 363.
Coxall, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln, 150, 319.
Craggs, James, letter concerning several things necessary for the defence and security of Newfoundland, 255.
Cramlington, Lancelot, surety for M. Partis, Salt Duty debt, 422, 454.
Cranbourne Chase. See Windsor Forest.
Cranmer, Joseph, a Secondary in the Office of the Pipe, 262.
Crawford, [David], Deputy Commissary of the Musters of the Army, 86, 91, 476.
Crawley (Crawly), Edward, tidesman, inferior list, London port, to be tidesman, superior list, 468.
-, Richard, Receiver of Salvage Money and other Droits and Perquisites of the Admiralty, 10, 13, 117, 132, 145, 168, 243, 274, 316, 347, 360, 477
-, Registrar of the High Court of Delegates, 303, 327.
-, Sir Richard, Examiner and Translator of the Admiralty and also Register to the Lords of Appeals, 386.
Crayker, Samuel, tidesurveyor, London port, 164.
Creagh, Stephen, of London, merchant, informations exhibited against for French wines, 271, 452.
Creighton, [David], colonel, regiment of, 125, 126.
Cremer, [Thomas], account of all payments made in the Offices for payment of Annuities, 109.
Cresset, James, Envoy Extraordinary to the Princes of Brunswick and Luneburgh, 182, 309, 326, 405.
Crichton, Patrick, surety for A. Smith, 224.
Cripps, Edward, pension for, 214.
Crisp (Crispe), John, collector outwards, London port, 219.
-, Rowland, Victualler's agent at Chatham, 104.
-, Thomas, collector outwards, London port, 219.
Crispin, William, tidesman in Hull port, 129.
Crocker, Thomas, officer employed in visitation of the late Hospital of the Savoy, 303, 327.
Croisette, —, pension for, 214.
Cromer, co. Norfolk, riding surveyor at, 387.
Cromp, Lawrence, York Herald, 350.
Crompton, —, to attend Mr. Warr, 81.
-, Robert, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, 265, 452.
Crosby, —, recommended to be a collector of Excise, 10, 122.
Crowland, co. Lincoln, 407.
Cuckmere, Cookmere, co. Sussex, riding officer of the coast between Pevensey and, 368.
Cuddon, Eliz., spinster, petition of, 296.
-, Dame Eliz., widow of Sir Thomas, 296, 299
-, payment out of secret service money to, 73.
-, Francis, [son and] executor of Sir Thomas, 296.
-, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the City of London, payment to the executors of, 444
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 296.
Culan St. Meme, Suzanne de, pension of, 471.
Cullercoats, co. Northumberland, 319.
-, Robert, Agent for Prizes at Southampton, 298, 369
-, Comptroller of Southampton, 302.
-, William, junior, landwaiter at Poole, 234.
-, -, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, 236, 295
-, a Customs Commissioner, 292, 315.
Culpeper, —, colonel, executor of T. Bushell, 338.
-, county of, collector of Excise in. See Bentley, E.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Brougham, T.
Cunningham, Mrs. Magdalen, pension for, 73, 472.
-, Murtogh, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Cupper, Mathias, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, linen draper, lease of the Salt Office, 375.
Curacoa, island of, Caribbean Sea, Dutch West Indies, 274.
Curry, George, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.
Cutts, John, Lord Cutts, [Governor of the Isle of Wight], 478.