Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: E', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 18: 1703 (1936), pp. 521-523. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84330 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Eames, David, boatman at Ilfracombe, 248.

Earith, co. Huntingdon, 407.

Earl
-, (Earle, Erle), Thomas, lieutenant general, 106
-, aide de camp to, 193, 207
-, allowance of, 193, 207
-, regiment of, 8, 13, 25, 102, 114, 188, 251, 474.

-, -, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 229.

East, Michael, Secretary to the Commissioners of the Salt Duties, 162.

-, William, Clerk of the Estreats in the Court of Common Pleas, 262.

East Fries. See Friesland.

East Indies, goods, duty on, 435.

imported from, Five per cent. duty on, 306.

paying ad valorem, 95, 97.

seized and condemned as pirated goods, 168, 347, 477.

shipped for Ireland or the Plantations, 79, 431.

linen, shipped from London to the Plantations, 489.

ship Mary to proceed on voyage to, 171.

ship taken as prize, 53, 60, 298.

East Indies
-, French, ship, bringing about a, 281
-, taken as prize, 415, 418.

Eastbourne, Bourne, co. Sussex, waiter and searcher at, 368, 387.

Easter. See Carradon.

Ebdon, Edward, Customs officer, moiety of seizure of plate and bullion, 368.

Echlin, Sir Henry, Second Baron of the Exchequer Court, Ireland, appointed a Commissioner of accounts, Ireland, 118.

Eden, Ann, pension for, 213.

Edinburgh
-, Post Office in, farm of revenue of, 224
-, profits of letters to, 229.

Edmonds, John, pension for, 215.

Edward I, grant of bailiffship of the honor of Peveril, 308, 447.

Edwards, —, Excise officer, 451.

-, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, preferred to the superior list, 387.

-, -, one of the reduced 100 extraordinary tidesmen, London port, to be tidesman, inferior list, 490.

Edwin (Edwyn), Sir Humphrey, piece of ground at the entrance to Westminster Hall, 465.

-, Samuel, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 174, 181, 282, 415, 416, 479, 493
-, fee of, 291.

Ekins, —, stock in East India Company held by William III, 51.

-, George, tidesman, inferior list, London port, appointed to the superior list, 112.

Eland, William, bailiff of the honor of Peveril (10 Edw. I), 447.

Elder, David, a Commissioner for the Sick and Wounded, 185.

Eldridge, —, premises at Richmond of, 170.

Elector Palatine
-, Envoy from. See Lescheraine, le Comte de
-, subsidy to, 382
-, treaty with, for furnishing four battalions of Foot in the Low Countries, 34. See also William, J.

Ellesdon, Ann, daughter of Joan, pension of, 340.

-, Anthony, son of Joan, pension of, 340.

-, Charles, son of Joan, pension of, 340.

-, Joan, payment to executors of, 340.

-, -, Mary, daughter of, pension of, 340.

Elliott, Roger, colonel, payment for raising a Regiment of Foot, 35, 233.

-, Samuel, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 490.

Ellis, —, treaties relating to the Forces in the service of the Allies, 66, 336.

-, John, Comptroller of the Mint, 180, 339.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Norfolk, 115, 130.

-, Thomas, grazier, imprisoned in Wood Street Compter for debt, 170, 293.

Elphick, Thomas, petition for place of riding officer of the coast between Cuckmere and Pevensey, 368.

Elphinstone (Elphingston), Dame —, pension for, 213.

-, William, estate of Dr. J. Butler, 452.

Elton, Martha, a counterfeiter, 420.

Elwill, Sir John, salvage money of a vessel laden with oatmeal, 318.

Ely
-, Isle of, co. Cambridge, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Millicent, J.
-, Seyliard, R.
-, Wedderborne, D.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Mason, J.
-, Millicent, J.
-, Seyliard, T.

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

Emary, Isaac, a Marine sentinel on the Litchfeild, 441.

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. See Cambridge.

Englis, Alexander, petition of, 26, 29.

English, —, annuity to alms people in St. Stephens and Lady Alley, Westminster, 449.

-, Jasper, passage for horses to draw barges at Hampton Court, 68, 131.

Englishcombe, co. Somerset, manor of, collapse of tower and steeple of the parish church, 438.

Ennis, co. Monaghan, arrears on plus and undisposed lands in, 157.

Ennis (Enys), —, commission for the ports of Penryn and Falmouth, 57.

-, -, agent for managing the tin affairs in Cornwall, 83.

Epping Forest
-, co. Essex, decay of shrub and wood in, 178
-, King's Grove, 127
-, Leazings Grove, 127
-, Queen's Grove, 127
-, Shakeman's Grove, 127
-, see also Waltham Forest.

Epworth, co. Lincoln, manor of, 324.

Erle. See Earl.

Ernle, Sir John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 360.

Espieres, William d.' See Despiers.

Essex
-, county of, 178, 301, 319, 488
-, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., 420. See also Everard, Sir H.
-, Surveyor and Inspector of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Orbell, T.
-, Winniatt, R.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Everard, Sir H.
-, ships bound to London from, removal of embargo on, 148.

Essex, Earl of. See Capell, A.

Estoso, G. b'. See B'estoso.

Eton College, co. Buckingham, pension for the Provost and Fellows of, 173, 258, 489.

Ettrick, —, counsel for Falmouth, 87.

Evans (Evance), Anne, widow, grant of the estate of G. Knype, 311, 339.

-, Arthur, of London, merchant, surety of John, 342.

-, John, Deputy Governor of the Province of Pennsylvania, 342.

-, Sir Stephen, 398.

clothier of Col. Fox's regiment, 154.

the Queen's jeweller, 72, 399.

Receiver of Stamp Duties, 456
-, deputy to. See Acton, E.
-, Pennyman, T.

remittances to Lisbon, proposal for, 85.

remitter of exchange money for the Forces in the Low Countries, 18, 25, 31, 34, 41, 54, 62, 65, 73, 76, 77, 166.

tallies and orders on the Salt Duties and on the fourth 4s. Aid, 47, 266.

to attend the Treasury, 96.

-, William, colonel, payment for raising a Regiment of Foot, 35, 233.

Evelyn, [John], a Commissioner for the Sick and Wounded (1672-1675), 174, 250.

-, John, junior, Receiver General of Stamp Duties, 95, 483, 490.

-, -, Treasurer for Greenwich Hospital, 285.

Everard
-, Sir Hugh, Receiver General of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Essex, 231, 244
-, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, 14, 151.

Everett, John, servant to W. Powlet, 476.

Exeter, co. Devon, 284, 481.

carrier, 490.

Customer of. See Orchard, C.

Customs collector, 94.

Excise collector. See Covin, J.
-, Lyford, J.

landwaiters at, 129, 234.

mint at, 265, 339
-, Comptroller of. See Hayes, I.

stamped paper and vellum, distributor of. See Johns, W.
-, Robins, B.
-, manager of the Duties on. See Johns, W.

taxes, frauds and abuses in the collection of, 61, 415
-, commissioners to enquire concerning. See Burgoyne, W.
-, Eyre, C.
-, Mitchell, T.

Receiver General of. See Wood, N.

Exeter
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths of small rectories and vicarages in, 323, 491
-, bishop of, 323, 451.

Eyles
-, (Isles), [Francis], bills of the Forces in the Low Countries, 4, 10, 13, 17, 19, 20, 36, 44, 95, 169
-, disposal of tin contracts, 416.

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

-, Nicholas, Constable of Harlech Castle, 310.

Eyres, Samuel, disposal of prize Newfoundland Bank fish, 135.