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'Index Of Persons and Places: C', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 799-815. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84864 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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C., F., proposing discovery of frauds relating to Duties on Houses, 210.

Cadiz
-, Spain, expedition to, in 1702. See Index of Subjects—Army, Expeditions, to Cadiz
-, Navy, Expeditions, to Cadiz.

ship laden at, seizure of, 684-685.

Cadagon, [William], colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [1].

Caesar, William, reversionary annuity, 717.

Cage, —, ensign, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

Cairns, (Cairnes, Carins, Carius), Alexander, et al., owners of transports hired in Ireland for transporting Forces to Portugal, petition of, 201, 705.

-, John, accused of robbery in co. Middlesex, 169, 483, 505.

Calais
-, France, persons coming from, contrary to Proclamation, seizure of, 457
-, ship of, ashore off Isle of Wight, 674.

Calceworth, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Caldevert, Jam[es], et al., French officers, petition of, 174, 183.

Caldwell
-, Robert, chief clerk in the Office of the Secretary for Prizes, appointment declined by, 445
-, declining agency for Prizes, Newfoundland, 398.

Calmell, Charles, arrears to, 552.

Cambolive (Cambovile, Cantolive), Elizabeth, sister of Stephen. See Muratt, Elizabeth.

-, Stephen, a French alien, intestate, estate of, 17, 28, 110, 134, 156, 277, 349, 433.

Cambon, [François du, colonel], regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [26].

Cambovile. See Cambolive.

Cambridge
-, county of, Crown Rents and Revenues, Auditor of. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.

Receiver of. See Deering Sir E.
-, Duncombe, J., junior.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payment by, 461. See also Richers, T.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Mason J.
-, Millicent, J.
-, Richers, T.
-, Seyliard, T.

Sheriff of. See Nightingall, E.
-, Tysen, F.

Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Percival W.
-, White, J.
-, York, J.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge, University of, Emmanuel College, Master, Fellows, etc. of, perpetuity to, 367, 514, 720.

perpetuity to, granted by Henry VII, 338.

Professor of Physic. See Green, C.

Reader of Laws. See Ayloffe, T.

Camock (Comocke), [George], captain, commander of the Speedwell, prizes taken by, 695, 771.

Campbell
-, Colin, Agent for Prizes, Newfoundland, appointment of, 398, 618
-, taken by the French and carried to Dinant, 618.

-, [Duncan], captain in the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment, company of, taken prisoner going to Gibraltar, 386.

-, James, [agent to Independent Company of Foot in New England], petition of, 407.

Canary Islands
-, Canaries, effects in, of a London merchant, 206, 391
-, ship from, trading with enemies, seizure of, 574
-, wine from, 752.

Canby, —, ship seized by, in London port, 561.

Candler. See Chandler.

Candleshoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Cane, Gil., pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

- See also Kane.

Cann, Richard, Clerk of the Fines at Ludlow, fee to, 367.

Canterbury, co. Kent, Receiver General of Taxes. See Fausset, W.

Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Tennison, T.

Cantiran, Susanne de, pension to, 83, 694.

Cantolive. See Cambolive.

Cape Ann, Massachusetts Bay, pirates pursued to, from Marblehead, 501.

Cape Charles
-, Virginia, surveyor of Customs. See Snead, R.
-, Washburne, J.

Cape Spartel, Morocco, French Fleet at, 540.

Capell
-, Algernon, 22nd Earl of Essex, petitions and memorials of, 91, 111, 151, 208, 403
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [5].

-, Mary, Countess of Essex, petition of, 126.

Caradon, Carnedon, [in Linkinhorne], co. Cornwall, manor of, 713, 747.

Carbery (Carbury), Lord. See Vaughan, J.

Cardigan
-, county of, Chief Justice of. See Neve, P. le
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howells, G.
-, seal for, double judicial, 763
-, Second Justice of. See Webb, T.

Cardinham
-, co. Cornwall, common of, lease of pasture in, 241
-, water mill of, lease of, 241.

Cardonel (Cardonal, Cardonell, Cardonnel, Cardonnell), [Adam, Clerk to the Secretary at War], 52, 404, 406, 634, 708.

-, Adam, letter of, concerning T. Rowe, 126, 131.

-, -, senior, customer or collector of Customs, Southampton port, appointment of, 560
-, fee or salary, 563.

-, James, son of Adam, customer or collector of Customs, Southampton port, appointment of, 560
-, fee or salary, 563.

Cardonnock, co. Cumberland, in Carlisle port, 235.

riding officer at. See Head P.
-, Moscrop, R.

Cardy, John, clothier to Lord Jedburgh's Regiment, petition of, 167, 352.

Carew, Abel, petition of, 109.

-, Nicho[las], a Commissioner of Assessments, co. Surrey, 71, 84, 204, 217, 663.

-, Richard, et al., Commissioners to enquire of Tax frauds in co. Devon, 574.

Carey (Cary), Anne, mother of Lucius Henry, pension to, 82.

-, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, accountant to. See Taylor, J.
-, accounts of, 30, 33, 34, 95, 135, 409, 420, 574, 760
-, executors of, 760
-, executrix of. See Carey, Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland.

-, Lucius Henry, 6th Viscount Falkland, attending the Earl of Peterborough in the hope of becoming a lieutenant colonel, 82
-, maintenance and education of, pension for, 82, 210
-, petition of, 210.

-, Nathaniel, captain, petition of, relating to [pirates' money seized in] Massachusetts Bay, 109.

-, Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland, executrix of Anthony, 30, 409, 420, 574.

Caribbee Islands. See Leeward Islands.

Carins, Carius. See Cairns.

Carkess
-, Charles, attending East India sales and computing the duties, keeping the account, etc., 238
-, Clerk for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 235
-, examiner of the duty on wines and currants, London port, 238
-, Plantation Clerk, 235
-, Western Clerk under the Customs Secretary, 235.

Carleton, Alexander, petition of, 110.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 235.

burgess or member of Parliament for. See Stanwix, T.

collector of Customs. See Eaglesfield, R.
-, Sewell, J.

comptroller of Customs. See Baines, W.
-, Miller, M.

customer of. See Cartwright, R.
-, Christian, W.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Stanwix, T.

officers of the Salt Duty at, obstructions to, 142. See also Langstaff, G.

riding surveyor on borders of Scotland between, and Berwick. See Hunter, W.

Carlisle, Bishop of. See Nicholson, W.

-, Earl of. See Howard, C.

Carmarthen
-, county of, Chief Justice of. See Neve, P. le
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howells, G.
-, seal for, double judicial, 763
-, Second Justice of. See Webb, T.

Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Osborne, P.

Carnarvon
-, county of, Chief Justice of. See Hook, J.
-, Peisley, W.

collector of Stamp Duties. See Foulkes, R.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, place of, petition for, 349. See also Caswall, J.

Receiver General of Taxes, security given by, memorial concerning, 476. See also Caswall, J.

seal for, double judicial, 763.

Second Justice of. See Gwynn M.
-, Harvey, S.

Carnedon. See Caradon.

Carolina
-, North America, chaplains for. See Dunn, W.
-, Jan, F. le.

Governor of. See Johnson, Sir N.

pitch and tar from, for the Navy, 197, 629.

planters, encouragement to, 197, 629.

Proprietors of, rent due from, arrear of, 108
-, fees of tally, 120.

schoolmaster for. See Hassell, T.

-, North. See Currituck
-, Roanoke.

-, South. See Charleston.

Carpenter, [George, afterwards 1st Baron Carpenter], colonel and brigadier, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [4].

-, John, a Commissioner for Prizes, accounts of, 248.

-, Majr., reversionary annuity, 714.

-, W[illiam, a Commissioner for Victualling the Navy], allowance to, 392.

Carr, —, letter of, concerning J. Bell, 173, 519.

-, James, presentation of, as preventive officer for wool trade between Alnwick and Berwick, 191, 192, 577.

-, -, riding officer, Staithes, appointment of, 741.

-, Thomas, laceman to William III, arrears to, for lace delivered to the Great Wardrobe, 167, 183, 548.

Carrington. See Corringham.

Cartagena, [Colombia, South America], sloop hire to, from Jamaica, for intelligence, 710.

Carter, Edw[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

-, [Henry], captain in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.

-, John, petitions of, 140, 156, 195.

-, -, comptroller of Customs, Ipswich port, appointment of, 669.

-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

-, Lucretia, reversionary annuity, 717.

-, Rich[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, William, comptroller of Customs, New York, salary to, 661.

Carthew, William, surveyor of Customs, Falmouth, 439.

Carthy, Daniel. See MacCarty More.

Cartwright, Henry, captain in Colonel H. Hamilton's Regiment, leave of absence to, 258.

a Commissioner for stating the accounts of four regiments returned to Ireland from the West Indies, 73, 294, 436, 509, 669-670
-, books of accounts delivered by, 330
-, charges etc. of, 222, 272, 305
-, petitions referred to, and reports by, 110, 116, 226, 232, 271, 276, 294, 509, 541.

Deputy Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, 33, 69, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 86, 88, 92, 156, 656
-, appointment of, 141, 374.

Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 141, 374.

-, Peter, loan by, 626.

-, Richard, customer, Carlisle port, appointment of, 126, 547
-, salary to, 563.

Cary. See Carey.

Caseby, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Cason, William, surveyor of Customs, Barking, 615.

Cassilis, Countess of. See Kennedy, Mary.

Castaigne, Ma., reversionary annuity, 718.

Castello de Vide, Castle d'Ovida, Portugal, English regiment taken prisoner at, 13, 726.

Castle
-, Ed[ward], stationer, petitions of, 109, 206
-, stationery for Prizes Office, payment for, 316.

-, [Thomas], Commissary of the Stores, Catalonia, pay to, 566.

Castle d'Ovida. See Castello de Vide.

Castlehaven, co. Cork, ship seized at, 299.

Castlelough, co. Kerry, manors and lands of, 293.

Caswall (Caswald, Caswell), James, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 349, 370.

Receiver General of Taxes cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon, Merioneth and Monmouth, 349
-, appointment of, 609
-, securities of, 36.

Catalonia, Spain, 195, 595.

affairs in, state of, express of, 668.

Army or Forces in. See Index of Subjects—Army, Abroad, in Spain and Catalonia
-, Army, Expeditions, to Catalonia
-, Army, Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments.

letters between, and Genoa, hire of felucca for conveyance of, 767.

successes in, expresses of, 492, 506
-, prosecuting of, for the recovery of Spain to the House of Austria, issues for. See Spain, Monarchy of.

See also Barcelona
-, Barcelona Bay
-, Spain.

Catchpole (Catchpoole) Allen, reversionary annuity, 715.

-, Cath[erine], reversionary annuity, 715.

-, Eliz[abeth], alias Leemknell, executor of. See Beake, A.
-, executrix of J. Leemknell, 382.

Cate (Cater), Robert, boatman, Hurst, 361
-, tidesman, Cowes, appointment of, 139, 361.

Catherine of Bragança, Queen of Charles II, the Queen Dowager, allowance from, to the Countess Dowager of Arlington, 82.

Council of, 551.

executors of, 196, 551, 750, 759. See also Duras, L. de, Earl of Feversham, et al.

jointure lands and revenues of, reverting to the Crown on her decease, 194,196, 573, 574, 643, 659, 661, 681
-, Commissioners of the Revenues, 659
-, list of, 570
-, records, books and papers relating to, 196, 551, 661, 750, 759.

trustees of, 196.

Catterick, Catterack, co. York, manor or parish of, lands and tenements in, 449, 450, 647.

Caulfeild (Caufeild), [John], colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [43].

-, Toby, colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [51].

-, William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [36].

-, -, -, et al., petition of, 109-110.

Cavallier, [Jean, colonel], regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [65].

Cavan
-, county and district of, collectors of Revenue. See Rotheram, H.
-, Walker, J.

Cave, South, co. York, manor of, 232, 586.

Cave, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, -, tidesman, Southampton port, appointment of, 409.

Cavendish, —, bill payable to, 591.

-, Rachel, Marchioness of Hartington, a Lady of the Bedchamber, salary to, 277, 337, 427, 528.

-, William, 1st Duke of Devonshire, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North, salary to, 303, 663
-, debt to, of N. Molineux, 291.

Cawthorpe (Cawthorp) William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln (wapentakes and divisions of Aslacoe, Bolingbroke Soke, Bradley Haverstoe, Calceworth, Candleshoe, Corringham, Gartree, Hill, Horncastle Soke, Lawress, city and Bale and Close of Lincoln, Louth Eske, Ludborough, Manley, Walshcroft, Wells, Wraggoe, Yarborough), appointment of, 609
-, extraordinary charges, 325, 358, 372
-, overpayment on account, 316
-, petition of, 110.

Cecil (Cecill), Geo[rge], reversionary annuity, 715.

-, James, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 596
-, tidesman in superior list, London port, appointment of, 596.

-, Robert, a Commissioner for Trade, salary to, 514.

Cerne, co. Dorset, 643.

Ceuta
-, Morocco, camp before, of the Emperor of Morocco and his Viceroy, boats and expresses to and from, 540
-, withdrawal of, designs for, of French and Spanish consuls and friars, 539.

Cevennes, France, revolt in, fostering of, 93.

succour of the Cevennois (Sevennois), account relating to, between England and Holland, balance of, 62, 589
-, issue on, 43.

Chaban (Chabane), Vincent, Deputy Commissary General of Musters attending the Expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, 698.

-, -, reversionary annuities, 717.

Chace. See Chase.

Chaffin, Mary, widow of William, petition of, 166, 205, 461.

-, William, Excise gauger, murdered and robbed, 166, 461.

Chaigneau, John, debt of, for wine duties, 192, 564, 681.

sureties for. See Graves, I. de
-, Melier, A.

wines served by, to William III, debt owing for, 681.

-, Mary, wife of John, petition of, 205, 681.

Chail, Kath[erine] du, pension to, 83, 694.

-, Mary du, pension to, 83, 694.

Chailey, co. Sussex, seizure at, of French silks, 52.

Chaloner, Edmund, a Commissioner for Appeals and Regulating the Excise, 233.

-, Moses, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Hampton Court, arrears to, 469.

Chamberlain (Chamberlaine, Chamberlayn), Edward, Doctor of Laws, assignee of, annuity to, 218.

-, John, Secretary to the Commissioners for Queen Anne's Bounty, 141, 161.

-, -, letter or petition of, concerning the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New England, 183, 586.

-, William, coastwaiter, London port, 596.

collector of Customs, Fowey port, 701
-, appointment of, 596.

collector of Customs, Poole port, appointment of, 701.

Chamblett, Phyllis, wife of Richard, put into a madhouse in Clerkenwell on pretence of distraction, 696.

-, Richard, inveigling his wife into a madhouse, 696.

Chamier, Magdalen, royal bounty to, 229.

-, - de, pension to, 83, 694.

Champion, John, boatman, Bristol, drowned, 235.

Chandler, (Candler), John, captain, apprehending etc. pirates and their effects, Massachusetts Bay, 503, 504.

-, Richard, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, Samuel, petition of, 167.

Chandos, Duke of. See Bridges, J.

Changuion, Peter, of Leiden, merchant, petition of, 167, 178.

Channel, The. See English Channel.

Channel Islands. See Alderney
-, Guernsey
-, Jersey
-, Sark.

Chapellain Mary le, reversionary annuity, 715.

Chappell, John, petition of, for leave to settle lands in Richmond bequeathed to him by Sir J. Butler, 174, 521.

Charlemont, Viscount. See Caulfeild, W.

Charles I
-, grant by, of office of housekeeper, Westminster Palace, 406
-, loyalty to, of Colonel R. Bynns, 17.

Charles II, 251, 553.

cloth for use of, served into the Great Wardrobe, debt due for, 442.

debts of, 450, 722
-, Queen Anne unable to have consideration of, 188.

demise of, 271.

grants by, for erection of lighthouses and piers, 174, 191, 253, 488, 573
-, of annuities or pensions, 81, 187, 314, 414, 446, 671, 681
-, of lands, rents, etc., 634, 637, 659
-, of offices, 222, 406, 436, 545.

loyalty to, of Colonel R. Bynns, 17.

physician to. See Frazier, Sir A.

Queen of. See Catherine of Bragança.

Charles III, King of Spain, formerly Archduke [of Austria], 195.

advances or loans to, 46, 49, 518, 740.

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Mordaunt, C., Earl of Peterborough.

at, Barcelona, 668
-, Portsmouth, 348
-, Windsor, 298.

carrying of, in the Portugal Expedition, 6.

coming to England from Holland, 458.

declaration of Madrid for, 725.

English Forces in service of, 69, 70.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stanhope, J.

expresses from, 668, 677.

foreign money for, 57-58, 60, 579, 583.

goods for, at Harwich, export of, 414, 420.

liveries of, buttons and lace for, 550.

officers of, gifts to, 345.

payments for (for his support service or family), 40, 43, 47, 49, 50, 57, 181, 516, 518, 520, 546, 559, 566, 583, 591
-, account of, 54.

present for, from the Emperor of Germany, 414.

proclamation of, as King, 346.

servant of, lodging at Windsor, 298.

Spaniards taking part with
-, accounts relating to, 725
-, clothing for, 62, 591, 631, 673.

stay of, in England, 298.

successes of, 484, 492.

Charles Fort
-, [Kinsale, co. Cork], fire and candle for, 441
-, [siege of], Danish forces at, provisions for, 280.

Charleston, Charlestown, South Carolina, collector of Customs. See Broughton, T.

Charlton (Charleton), Edw[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 470.

-, Sir Francis, son and devisee of Sir Job, annuity to, 380.

-, Gilbert, son and devisee of Sir Job, annuity to, 380.

-, Sir Job, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 380.

-, John, Master of the Jewel House, 21, 23, 28, 139, 140, 221, 319, 322, 364, 376, 449, 588, 616.

Charnock
-, Thomas, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages, 301, 367, 418, 514, 666
-, petition of, for travelling charges, 205, 206.

Chase (Chace), James, Apothecary to William III or to the Royal Household, payment to, for rent of house used for the Lord Chamberlain's Office, 109, 253, 518.

Apothecary to Queen Anne, fee or salary to, 310, 367, 418, 515, 666.

-, Jonathan, lodging maids of honour, 298.

-, Stephen, reversionary annuity, 714.

Chatham
-, co. Kent, Dockyard, lands of, petition concerning, 193, 212
-, payment for, 43, 495
-, timber delivered at, petition concerning tally for, 138.

Navy Chest, cripples, payment to, 89
-, issue for, 89, 705
-, pensioner to. See Windsmore, R.

Chauvett, Peter, executor of Hester Tandin, annuity to, 385.

Chavilly, Fr., pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Windsor, arrears to, 469.

Cheek (Cheeke), Edward, steward of the manor of Havering atte Bower, 204, 643.

-, John, Marshal of the High Court of Admiralty, 672.

Cheesley (Cheesly, Chesley), James, of London, merchant, sales of French prize wines, 176, 313, 422, 497.

Chelsea
-, co. Middlesex, Hospital (or College). See Index of Subjects— Army, Hospitals
-, Invalids at. See Index of Subjects—Army, Guards and Garrisons, Invalids, Chelsea Hospital.

Cherry, mdash;, manor of, 680
-, trees carried from, and coppice wood enclosed in, Windsor Forest, 680.

Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia, 702.

Cheshire, [John], a Serjeant[-at-Law], 35.

Chesley. See Cheesley.

Chester, county of, Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, Sir J.

collector of Stamp Duties. See Foulkes, R.

County Gaol, in Chester Castle, 531, 597.

Crown Land Revenues, Auditor of. See Godolphin, S.
-, Shales, H.

Deputy Receiver of. See Hughson, S.
-, Peck, D.

Receiver General of. See Whitley, R.

records relating to, 703.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payment by, 571.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Lloyd, T.
-, Whitley, M.

Second Justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.

Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Lockwood, H.
-, Rayner, J.

tax arrears, 220.

West, horses hired out to, from Hoylake, 483.

Chester, co. Chester, city and port of, 556, 582, 642.

arms at, for Ireland, stopped, 751.

boatmen at. See Dodd, R.
-, Wilkinson, S.

carrier. See Harrison, J.

Castle, County Gaol in, allowance from, to wife and children of a prisoner, 597.

prisoners in. See Rayney, D.
-, Walker, J.

inquisition taken at, 556.

collector of Customs. See Clough, J.
-, Smith, E.

comptroller of Customs, office of, fees for, 635. See also Briggs, H.
-, Dean, M.
-, Nicholas, W.

cooper of. See Winstanley, W.

Custom House books for, examination of, for detection of Salt frauds, 508.

Customs officer, seizure by, 295.

inquisition taken at, 556.

Invalids at. See Index of Subjects—Army, Guards and Garrisons, Invalids, Chester.

merchant of. See Roodey, R.

money seized at, 295, 459, 612.

provisions for Army sent into Ireland, 1689-1692, 136, 154, 377, 411-413, 613-614.

riot at, 283.

searcher at. See Elrington, T.

ship at, 459.

transporting of regiments to and from Ireland, 50, 513.

waiter at. See Elrington, T.

Chesterfield, Earl of. See Stanhope, P.

Chetwynd
-, (Chetwind, Chetwinde), John, [afterwards 2nd Viscount Chetwynd], employed at the Court of Turin, 84, 696
-, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 742.

-, -, Sheriff of co. Warwick, surplusage on account, 461.

-, Mary, formerly Berkeley, daughter of Viscount FitzHardinge, a maid of honour, marriage portion of, 308
-, pension to, 16, 308.

Chevet, Geo[rge], Secretary and Register of the Court of Admiralty, Nevis etc., letter of, with list of prizes, 205.

Cheynall, Luke, lease of water engine, Windsor, 491.

Cheyne, William, 2nd Viscount [Newhaven and Lord] Cheyne, Clerk of the Pipe, fees and allowances to, 254, 448.

Chichester, co. Sussex, 548, 642.

collector of Customs. See Baker, H.
-, Binks, S.
-, Mose, F.

riding officers for wool business, supervisor of. See Binks, S.
-, Mose, F.

searcher of. See Jenkins, T.

Chichester
-, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Donegall (Donegal), advance by, for use of Forces in Catalonia, 640, 641, 658
-, petition of, 357
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [28], [35].

-, Rich[ard], collector of Customs, Rappahannock River, Virginia, 660.

Chiffinch, William, assignee of Sir R. Viner, annuity vested in, and released to James II, 450.

Child, Catherine, reversionary annuity, 714.

-, Sir Fra[ncis], procuring horses for troops, 72.

-, John, lease of site of Guildford Castle, 125, 195, 506, 623, 648.

-, Leonard, petition of, for appointment as Receiver General of Taxes for co. Surrey and Southwark, 606.

Chilos, John, et al., inhabitants of Portland Island, petition of, for share of tin salved from a wreck, 730.

China
-, unrated goods imported from, Customs duties on, 702
-, wares, Customs duty on, 702.

Chipping Barnet, co. Hertford, horse stolen at, 432.

Chipstead, co. Surrey, poor of, charity to, 764.

Cholmondley
-, (Cholmley Cholmondeley, Cholmondly, Cholmonly), George, colonel, lieutenant general, major general, lease to, of forfeited estate of Sir R. Strickland, 33, 34, 110, 125, 157, 276, 449-450, 647
-, promise by William III to, of a grant on his marriage, 276.

[Governor of Tilbury Fort], petition of, for restoration of fort major, 151.

-, John, reversionary annuities, 716.

-, Standh., reversionary annuities, 716.

-, William, reversionary annuity, 716.

Chopwell, co. Durham, manor of, woodland in, herbage and pannage of, 763.

Chovell, James, charges against, for corresponding with the Queen's enemies, 283.

Christchurch
-, [in Southwark], co. Surrey, collectors of Taxes for. See Lawson, J.
-, Steele, T.

Christian, Duke of Hanover, mourning for, 346.

Christian, —, widow of William, royal bounty to, 84, 207, 215, 734.

-, William, major, 84, 734
-, customer, Carlisle port, 126, 547.

Christleton, co. Chester, messuage or tenement in, grant of, 556, 725.

Chubb (Chub), Henry, disbursements of, in prosecuting encroachments in the manor of Bucklawren, 104, 167, 241, 413, 489.

Chudleigh, co. Devon, Free School of, annuity to, 764.

Churchill, Awnsham, bookseller, printing of the Foedera or Leagues and Treaties, 118, 259, 347, 744.

-, George, Admiral of the Blue Squadron, commanding part of the Fleet in the Channel, 15, 284.

-, John, deputy to M. Banks, Master Carpenter to the Works, 285, 295
-, Master Carpenter to the Works, 646.

-, -, 1st Duke of Marlborough, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, Holland, baggage of, 521, 612
-, intercession of, concerning the establishment of the English Episcopal Church in Rotterdam, 576
-, ordinary to, 315, 388, 512, 664, 721.

Captain General of the Forces, 38, 112, 129, 165, 636, 708, 760.

aides de camp to. See Durell, H.
-, Pitt, J.
-, Richards, M.

Army clothing, 594.

baggage of, 521, 612.

camps of, at Herenthals, 689
-, at Meldert, 689
-, envoy's visit to, 689
-, express sent to, 689.

despatches of, 93.

directions of, concerning soldiers wounded in Germany, 225, 613.

gone to Flanders, 594.

lodgings of, at St. James's Palace, 521, 612.

orders of, 71, 244, 404, 406.

passing through Antwerp, 684.

prisoners, French and Spanish, brought over by, 602.

recommendation by, 81.

report to be laid before, 634.

return of, 152, 170.

setting out for Ghent, 684.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 52, 58, 62, 63, 170, 188, 219.

warrants of, 372.

grant to, and his heirs and assigns, of the honor and manor of Woodstock, etc., 225.

mansion house and gardens at Woodstock to be erected under direction of. See Woodstock.

Master General of the Ordnance, 340
-, fee to, 301.

-, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, Groom of the Stole and First Lady of the Bedchamber, salary to, 277, 337, 427, 528, 617
-, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 231, 258, 350, 500, 528, 755, 762
-, lodgings of, at Windsor Castle, umbrellas for, 357
-, Mistress of the Robes, 278, 745.

-, William, clothing etc. for Forces in Portugal and Spain, 24, 62, 70, 79, 113, 204, 264-265, 304, 373, 572, 591, 631, 672, 673.

-, -, concerning paper for records in the Tower of London, 130
-, payments for stationery wares delivered to Secretaries of State, 348, 386, 645, 731
-, petitions of, 110, 126.

-, [William], appointed to inspect the accounts etc. [of Sick and Wounded] and muster prisoners at the great ports etc., 147.

Churchman, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Cinque Ports
-, cos. Kent and Sussex, garrisons of, pay of, 68. See also Dover
-, Hythe
-, New Romney
-, Sandwich.

Clancarty, Earl of. See Maccarty, D.

-, Countess of. See Maccarty, Elizabeth.

Clanricarde, Earl of. See Bourke, J.

Clapcott (Clapcot), John, prosecution of, for smuggling brandy etc., 643, 644.

Clare, county of, collector of the Revenue. See Westby, N.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, E. : Hyde, H.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), An., reversionary annuity, 716.

-, Andrew, schoolmaster for New York, 242.

-, Edmund, a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 492.

-, Edward or Edm[un]d, captain, petition of, 109, 243.

-, George, recommendation by, 114.

-, -, Deputy Auditor of the Revenues, New Jersey, 362, 365
-, Deputy Auditor of the Revenues, New York, 227
-, petition of, for appointment as Receiver General of the Revenues, New Jersey, 137.

-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, -, [Secretary to Prince George of Denmark, the Lord High Admiral], 110, 132, 139, 147, 322, 358, 359.

-, Hester, and daughter, reversionary annuity, 717.

-, James, a Commissioner of Assessments, co Surrey, 84, 663.

-, -, captain, prize wines sold to, 461, 623.

-, [John], building a house fronting the lower gate of Windsor Castle, 492.

-, John, loans by, 572, 609.

-, -, major, assignee of, payment to, of annuity, 219.

-, -, chamber keeper to the Pages of the Bedchamber to William III, petition of, for a stamper's place, 205, 730.

-, -, senior, extraordinary tidesman, London port, 370
-, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 140, 370, 596.

-, Joseph, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, Margaret, petition of, relating to an assignment of a banker's annuity, 205, 675.

-, Richard, petition of, 109.

-, -, tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 439.

-, Samuel, a Commissioner of Customs, 139, 655.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Hereford, appointment of, 607
-, extraordinary charges, 139, 348
-, securities of, 36, 693, 709.

-, Thomas, of London, collector of Excise, debt of, composition for, 552, 627
-, executors of. See Dowrich, Eliz[abeth]
-, Dowrich, L. : Wellington, J.
-, Wellington, Mary.

-, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, -, removal etc. of pirates' sugar and goods, Massachusetts Bay, 502, 504.

Clay, —, proposal by, for the Gallery, Richmond, 295.

Clayton, —, recommendation of, as Agent for Prizes, West Indies, 30.

-, Andrew, collector of Excise, 351.

-, Richard, of St. Christopher, merchant, lease of land in St. Christopher, 167, 462, 467, 493.

-, Sir Robert, farmer of the Post Fines, assignee of the Earl of Berkshire, 571.

-, William, of Liverpool, merchant, lease of land in St. Christopher, 167, 462, 467, 493.

-, -, Agent for Taxes, 250
-, salary to, 256, 323, 438, 544, 700
-, a trustee for the sale of the estate of A. Briggs, 342.

-, -, first clerk in the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, 623
-, clerk employed by the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt to certify interest monies received at the Exchequer upon imprests for the Army and Navy, reward to, for services, 139, 141, 334, 374.

-, -, concerning bonds for wines etc., 57, 563.

-, -, paying interest to contributors for purchase of annuities, imprests for, 578, 677
-, payment to, 109, 256.

-, -, payment to, for building a rubbing house near the Queen's Stables at Newmarket, 419.

-, -, petition of, 103.

Claytor. See Cleater.

Cleake, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Lincoln], 227.

Cleater
-, (Claytor), Edw[ard], tidesman, Hoylake, 560
-, exchange with tidesman, London port, 560
-, tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 701.

-, Joseph, clerk, schoolmaster for New York, 700.

Clee, Catherine le, daughter of Reyner le, annuity for life of, 442.

-, Johanna le, daughter of Reyner le, annuity for life of, 442.

-, Reyner le, 442.

Cleland (Cleeland, Cleveland), William, Agent for Prizes, Barbados, 497, 533-534.

-, [William], captain, commander of the Montague, 663.

Clements (Clement), —, memorial concerning imprest for importing pitch and tar for the Navy, 94.

-, John, executor of Sir E. Lowe, annuity to, 384.

-, S., memorial relating to carrying goods in the Lisbon packet boats, 139.

Clennel, John, Sheriff of co. Northumberland, prosecution against, for escape of W. Lawson, 205, 743.

Clerk, Clerke. See Clark.

Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, Hicks' Hall, fine set at, 696.

madhouse in, person inveigled into, on pretence of being distracted, 696.

New Prison, keeper of, maintaining a prisoner, 696
-, prisoner in. See Mason, Mary.

Cleveland. See Cleland.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Villiers, Barbara.

Clewer, co. Berks, manor of, 575.

Cley
-, co. Norfolk, boatmen at, presentment for, 140. See also Grimstone, F.
-, Pearson, W.
-, Spurling, H.

Clies, Francis, surety for W. Pennick, petition of, 687.

Cliffeild. See Creffeild.

Clifford, Jeron[imo], 109.

Clifton. See Dartmouth.

Clifton, —, landsurveyor for Prizes, London port, petition of, 133.

-, Ed., recommendation of, 109, 121.

-, John, memorial of, concerning proposal for advancing the Stamp Duty revenue, 151.

Clonad, King's County, town and lands of, grant of, 170, 466, 629.

Clough, John, collector of Customs, Chester port, appointment of, 642.

-, William, petition of, 183.

-, -, petition of, on behalf of patent searchers, London port, 206.

-, -, recommendation of, as collector of Customs, Newcastle, 204-205.

Clovy, Pat[rick], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Clutterbuck, Roger, clerk and accountant for Prizes, Portsmouth, 246.

Coatsworth
-, John, petition for, to be collector of Customs, Newcastle, 205
-, petition of, 205.

-, William, brother of John, petition of, 205.

-, -, surety for M. Taylor, discharge of, from costs of suits, 623.

Cobb, Richard, surety for Thomas, 490, 649, 693.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Southampton, account of, passing of, 424, 461, 649, 723.

debt of, composition for, 490, 693.

sureties for. See Bishop, W.
-, Burrard, G.
-, Cobb, R.
-, Powlett, C., Duke of Bolton, et al.

Cobham, [Richard], major in Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

Coburne, Prisca, widow, brewer of Bow, 354.

Cock (Cook), Edw[ar]d, or Edmund, of Norwich, surety for A. Briggs, petition of, 251, 464.

-, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, Mary, pension to R. Bertie during life of, 427, 516, 663.

-, Peter, commander of the Well Lover, 251.

-, Ph[ilip], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, run away, arrears to, 469.

Cocks. See Cox.

Codrington, Christopher, colonel, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Leeward Islands, 467, 493, 629.

Coed Madock, tenement, [in Festiniog, co. Merioneth], 35.

Coel, Sir John, nominee and trustee of the Earl of St. Albans, 230.

Coggin, Rog[er], sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

Cohanzy, Cohenzey, [West Jersey], 758.

Coke (Cook), —, letter concerning taxes, co. Derby, 111, 292.

-, Thomas, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 33.

Coker, John, Surveyor of the Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Hertford], 454, 458.

Colbart, Ben[jamin], boatman, Hull, appointment of, 701.

Colbatch
-, Robert, accountant of the London Distillery, 514
-, Clerk of the Securities in the Excise, 514.

Colby. See Coleby.

Colchester, co. Essex, 542.

Cole, —, letter to be sent to, 195.

-, [Lionel], chaplain of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

-, Michael, payment to, for presenting account of abuses in the exportation of rice etc., 109, 259.

-, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, 316, 388, 513, 665, 721.

-, Thomas, collector of Customs, Cowes port, moiety to, of a seizure of money, 151, 390.

-, -, of London, citizen and brewer, annuities mortgaged or assigned to, 357, 432.

-, -, petition of, concerning bill bought from J. Winter, 549.

-, William, assignee of H. Walthall, annuity to, 379.

Colebran, Hen[ry], reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Tho[mas], reversionary annuity, 719.

Coleby (Colby), —, petition of, and recommendation of, 206.

-, [Thomas], a Commissioner for Victualling the Navy, 74.

-, Thomas, junior, a Commissioner for Transports, 293, 494, 548.

Colenbine. See Columbine.

Coleraine, co. Londonderry, district of, collector of Revenue in. See Snelling, S.

Coles, George, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, engrossing bills, 740.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Colhoune, John, petition of, 150.

Coling (Colinge, Cooling), Cha[rles], reversionary annuity, 715.

-, Richard, petition of, 206.

-, -, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, disbursements for herbs and other necessaries and for attendance, 465
-, fees to, 437, 515, 665.

Colledge, Edith, sempstress to Queen Mary II, payment to, 549.

Collier (Collyer), Elizabeth, a maid of honour, 277, 337, 428, 528.

-, -, royal bounty to, 83, 229, 734.

-, Thomas, surveyor of Customs, Williamsburg, Maryland, 702, 758.

-, Zachary, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 260
-, tidesman in superior list, London port, 260.

- See also Colyear.

Collingwood, [Francis, colonel], regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [17].

-, -, captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726, 727.

-, Margaret, widow, petition of, 109
-, royal bounty to, 109.

Collins, Tim[othy], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

Collison, —, prizes, West Indies, 275.

Collopp, Henry, footman of William III, salary to, 554.

Collyer. See Collier.

Colman, John, Agent for Prizes, New England, 497.

Cologne, [Rhenish Prussia], 689.

Colt
-, Edward Dutton, colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [16]
-, Marine Regiments, Four Marine Regiments, [3].

-, Sir Henry Dutton, a Commissioner of Assessments, co. Surrey, 84, 663, 762.

-, John Dutton, letter of, 183
-, securities given by receivers of taxes, 36.

Coltman, Henry, clerk to R. Taylor, Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets, passing accounts, 182, 236, 387, 593.

Colton, Witting, reversionary annuity, 720.

Columbine
-, (Colenbine), Ventris, brigadier, carrying subsistence for four regiments arrived in Ireland from West Indies, 436, 669
-, death of, 436, 669
-, Major of Brigade, pay of, 385
-, pay of, 385
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [6].

Colyear, David, 1st Earl of Portmore, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Foot, [5].

- See also Collier.

Comb. See Coombe.

Combecrosse, Pierre, petition of, 151.

Comocke. See Camock.

Compere
-, (Compear), Leonard, Receiver General of the Revenues, Jamaica, loss of, by earthquake and French invasion, 698
-, security of, 140, 206, 288, 636, 698, 699, 709, 766
-, uncle of. See Martin, T.

Compton
-, Henry, bishop of London, letters etc. of, concerning, advance of salary for chaplain to reside at Algiers, 200
-, W. Dickenson's forfeited estate, 126, 144, 160, 163, 176, 400, 495
-, passage money of W. Guy to New York, 129
-, prosecution for the forfeiture of Sir J. Gifford's estate, 198, 629.

Condy, —, ensign in the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment, loss of, by capture on way to Gibraltar, 386.

Conelly. See Conolly.

Congreve
-, Charles, lieutenant in Independent Company of Foot, New York, and adjutant to the four Independent Companies of Foot, New York, pay to, petition for, and payment of, 126, 238, 327
-, sent to England with accounts of the Companies and of public affairs in New York, 238.

-, William, a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 492.

-, -, a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 490.

Coniers. See Conyers.

Coninck
-, Jacobus de, of Antwerp, letter from, concerning rate of exchange between Amsterdam and Antwerp, 683, 684
-, friend of, at The Hague, 684.

Coningham. See Cunningham.

Coningsby
-, Thomas, Lord [1st Baron] Coningsby, Paymaster General of the Forces, Ireland, 13, 88, 103, 127, 139, 613, 692, 739
-, Vice Treasurer of Ireland, 423, 638, 692.

Connecticut
-, North America, Agents for Prizes. See Couts, H.
-, Couts, J.
-, Glencrosse, W.
-, Scott, J.

Conolly (Conelly), William, of Dublin, charges of, in arresting the Mary Ann in Castlehaven harbour, 110, 299.

Constable, John, petition of, 141.

Conway
-, Eleanor or Ellenor, relict of John, petition of, 205, 206
-, royal bounty to, 206.

-, John, 206.

Cony, Robert, petition of, for pay due to his father, 151.

Conyers (Coniers), Darcy, tidesman, Hull port, appointment of, 742.

-, Sir John, et al., sureties for J. Mason, 546
-, petitions of, 141, 145, 167, 174, 177, 205.

Conyngham. See Cunningham.

Cook (Cooke), Andrew, sergeant in the Earl of Donegall's Regiment, 276.

-, Christopher, tidesman, Bristol, appointment of, 249.

-, Edward, proctor for the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

-, Isaac, comptroller of Customs, Ipswich port, 255.

-, John, Clerk of the Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, fees and allowances, 303, 367, 372, 418, 446, 667.

-, -, lieutenant, half-pay officer on the Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Sir John, Queen's Advocate General, 297, 444.

-, Mary, widow of Andrew, petition of, 110, 276.

-, Ph[ilip], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Ralph, of Gray's Inn, claim of, to bankers' assignments for annuities belonging to T. Price, 103, 174, 236, 519, 600, 611.

-, Thomas, executor of H. Cox, annuity to, 383.

-, Sir Thomas, [Governor of the East India Company], imprest to, for the East India Company, discharge of, 205, 673.

- See also Cock
-, Coke.

Cookham, co. Berks, lease of, 28, 153, 159, 196.

manor of, 137
-, Tadpool in. See Tadpool.

Cooling. See Coling.

Coombe, Comb, co. Surrey, pipes conveying water from, to Hampton Court, 264.

Cooper
-, (Cowper), Agneta, a Woman of the Bedchamber, salary to, 277, 337, 428, 528
-, delivery to, of cabinet and trunks for the Queen's body linen, 320.

-, Hen[ry], drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Northampton and Rutland, appointment of, 607
-, securities of, change of, 667.

-, William, Keeper of the Great Seal, annuity to, 451, 501
-, royal bounty to, 459.

Coote
-, Jane, Countess of Mountrath, wife of Sir R. Reading, daughter of. See Reading, Elizabeth
-, grant of lighthouses, Ireland, and grant in lieu of, 414.

-, Richard, 2nd Earl of Bellomont, Governor of New England and New York, 557, 603
-, commander of Independent Company of Foot, New York, 558.

Cope, Samuel, petition of, for new grant of wrecks on the coast of Ireland, 262-263.

Copeland, Henry, waiter and searcher, Allonby, 615.

Copley (Copsey), Charles, captain in Colonel [R.] Elliott's Regiment, petition of, for removal of respits and for levy money to complete his company, 126, 151, 307, 396.

-, Edward, surety for. See Butterworth, A.

Copt Hall, Copthall, in Waltham Forest, co. Essex, 722.

Coque, — le, lieutenant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

Corbett (Corbet), Ed[ward], servant to — Smith, letter concerning, 109, 118.

-, Mary, wife of Thomas, reversionary annuity on the life of, 444, 467.

-, Thomas, reversionary annuity on the life of, 444, 467.

- See also Corlet.

Cordwent, Mary, widow, administratrix of Richard, petition of, 109, 140, 248.

-, Richard, clothier to First and Second Regiments of Marines, arrear to, 248.

Cork
-, co. Cork, collector of Customs. See Jemmett, W.
-, Forces embarking from, for Portugal, 200, 636
-, ground near, covered by the tide, petition for grant of, 704
-, provisions from, for Danish Forces at Kinsale, 280
-, taking of, 401.

Corker, Robert, petition of, for office of Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 114, 277.

Corlet
-, (Corbet), Robert, collector and receiver of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Bridgetown, Barbados, dismissed, 615
-, suspension of, 158, 376.

- See also Corbett.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, E.

Cornelius, Thomas, merchant, surety for F. Johnson, petition of, 203, 593.

Cornish
-, Henry, debentures to, for clothing furnished to Colonel H. Killigrew's Regiment of Marines, 675
-, loan by, 616
-, pay advanced by, to the Earl of Peterborough, 69, 167, 459-460.

-, -, a Commissioner of Stamp Duties, 655.

Cornwall, county of, 564.

coast of, frigate on, commander of. See Upton, R.
-, prizes and smuggling vessels taken on, 244.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Manaton, F.

tinners in. See Tamblyn, J., et al.

wines seized in, sale of, 240.

Cornwall, duchy of, Auditor of, 114, 277.

lands and manors etc., parcel of, leases of, 370, 402, 641, 761.

Receiver General of, office of, debt of, to Crown, 114
-, petition for, 114, 277
-, state of, 114, 139, 277.

payment by, 489.

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord [3rd Baron] Cornwallis, 45.

-, Thomas, petition of, 29, 140, 156
-, royal bounty to, 29, 156, 413
-, to have some employment, 84.

Correa and Porto, Messrs., letter of credit drawn on, 454.

Corringham, Carrington, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Cortland
-, (Cortlande Cortlandt, Courtland), Gertrude van, widow and executrix of Stephanus van, attorney to. See Lodwick, C.
-, payment to, 557.

-, Stephanus van, major and colonel, of New York, 213, 558
-, victualling Independent Companies of Foot, New York, 186, 555, 558.

Cory, Thomas, invalid, Tynemouth Castle, petition of, 205, 697.

Cossens, Anthony, accountant for the Duty on Imported Liquors and chief clerk in the Accomptant General's Office, appointment of, and salary to, 349.

Cotterell, Charles, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, fee to, 302, 368, 417, 515, 666.

-, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, annuity or allowance to, in lieu of bills, 300, 367, 371, 417, 515, 532, 667
-, fee or salary to, 302, 368, 417, 515, 666
-, issues to, for presents to Envoys, 67, 618, 678, 768.

Cotton
-, Sir John, concerning the premises of Cotton House and Gardens, 204, 659
-, Gamekeeper at Newmarket, petition of, for grant of lodge and salary, 195, 598
-, perpetuity to, 528.

Cotton Abbots, Cotton Abbot alias Cotton Hooke, in Christleton, co. Chester, mansion house, grant of, 556.

Couch, Clem[ent], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Coupland, [John], accounts of Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, 33, 34, 95, 165, 760.

Court, Mary la, royal bounty to, 229.

-, Viconze la, royal bounty to, 229.

Courthope, James, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, engrossing bills, 740.

Courtland. See Cortland.

Couts, Hercules, Agent for Prizes, Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island, appointment of, 545.

-, James, Agent for Prizes, Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island, appointment of, 545.

Couzens, Robert, tidesman, Lyme Regis, appointment of, 596.

Coventry
-, co. Warwick, French and Spanish prisoners, brought over by the Duke of Marlborough, conducted to, 602
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Andrews, J.

Coverly, Christopher, weighing porter, London port, appointment of, 596.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, 151.

Castle, Captain of, 406. See also Bretton, —.

collector of Customs. See Cole, T.

surveyor of Customs. See Filks, J.
-, Tye, T.

tidesmen at. See Cate, R.
-, Deyman, A.

-, East, Isle of Wight, lands in, 398.

Cowes, Joshua, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

-, Sam[uel], drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cox (Cocks), Charles, Second Justice of cos. Brecon, Glamorgan and Radnor, salary to, 277, 329, 491, 577.

-, Edw[ar]d, reversionary annuity, 714.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Richard, payment to, 109, 456
-, petition of, 109.

-, Hercules, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 383
-, executors of. See Cook, T.
-, Hind, H.
-, Welder, J.

-, John, servant to the Privy Council Chamber, payment to, for attendance and extraordinary attendance at Hampton Court, Kensington and Windsor, 465.

-, -, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, disbursements for herbs and other necessaries and for attendance, payment for, 465
-, fee to, 437, 465, 515, 665.

-, Richard, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Gloucester, accounts of, 109
-, extraordinary charges, 456.

-, Sir Richard, letter from, 140.

Lord Chancellor of Ireland, allowance to, 434
-, charges of, for attendance in England in 1703, 126, 255, 314.

Speaker of the House of Peers, Ireland, allowance to, 434.

-, Rob[ert], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Coxall, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln, 440, 454.

Craggs, James, clerk of the deliveries of the Ordnance, fee to, 301.

Crake, Francis, pensionary footman, payment to, 174, 183, 549.

Cranfeild, Edw[ard], a Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Barbados, debt of, 181, 534.

Cranmer, Joseph, Secondary of the Pipe, salary to, 304, 418.

-, William, assignee of J. Lindsay, annuity to, 385
-, executor of. See Kenrick, J.

Cratchrode
-, Thomas, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 383
-, executor of. See Cratchrode, T.

-, -, son and executor of Thomas, annuity to, 383.

Crawford, [David, Deputy] Commissary [General of Musters], 205, 697.

Crawley, John, loan by, 599.

-, Richard, Receiver of Salvage Money and other Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty, 78, 168, 185, 206, 248, 393, 481, 678, 762
-, Register of the High Court of Admiralty, 444.

Creagh, Stephen, merchant, petition of, concerning wine bond, 224.

Creamer. See Cremer.

Credo, William, captain, commander of a Dutch privateer, information and assistance in taking Spanish prizes, 206, 630, 764.

Creed, Eliza, widow, petition of, 110.

Creffeild
-, (Cliffeild), Ralph, captain, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, appointment of, 188, 607
-, declining employment, 671, 680.

Cremer (Creamer), Ann, reversionary annuities, 719.

-, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Thomas, reversionary annuities, 719.

-, -, junior, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, -, in the office of T. Coke, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 33
-, Inspector of the Cash and Vouchers of the Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, appointment of, 33.

-, -, examiner of the mismanagement in the Annuity Office, 340, 341.

-, -, Inspector of the Cash and Vouchers of the Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, 33.

-, -, petition of, 127.

Cressee. See Cressey.

Cressett, John, petition of, 205.

Cressey (Cressee), Mary, prosecuted for treasonable and seditious words, 210, 639, 762.

Crew, Arthur, waiter and searcher, Briton Ferry, 409.

-, Dudley, a buyer of prize goods by commission, petition of, 206, 453.

-, Sir John, bailiff of Delamere Forest, father of, and his heirs, grant to, of all fishing in Delamere Forest, 634
-, petition of, for lease of fish pools in Delamere Forest, 197, 634.

Crispe, John, collector of Customs and Subsidies, London port, 198, 631.

-, Nicholas, collector of Customs and Subsidies, London port, 198, 631.

-, Thomas, collector of Customs and Subsidies, London port, 198, 631.

-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Crittall, Abraham, prisoner in the Wood Street Compter for exporting wool, petition of, 140, 353.

Crocker (Croker), John, engraver of the Mint, petition of, 215, 641.

-, Reuben, tidesman, Padstow, appointment of, 701.

Crofton, Ja[mes], petitions of, 126, 140.

Crofts, —, captain, payment to, 521.

Croisett, Margaret, pension or bounty to, 229.

Croker. See Crocker.

Cromarty (Cromartie), Earl of. See Mackenzie, G.

Cromlin
-, (Cromelin Crommelin, Crummelin), Lewis, linen manufacture settled by, in the north of Ireland, 632, 708
-, removal of, into the south of Ireland to improve the linen manufacture there, 632, 708, 709.

Cromp
-, (Crompton), Lawrence, York Herald, petition of, 110
-, salary to, 389.

Crompton (Crumpton), Mary, widow of Robert, 156, 160, 182-183, 405, 447, 487, 533.

-, Robert, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets, 396, 456
-, accounts of, 156, 160, 182-183, 405, 421, 447, 487, 533
-, arrear due to, 156, 301
-, petition of, 109.

- See also Cromp.

Crookhaven, co. Cork, Governor of, appointment of, not thought necessary, there being no fortification there, 637.

Cropley
-, Benj[amin], executor of Ann Naylor, 383
-, executrix of. See Duncombe, Lidia.

Cros, — du, lieutenant, petition of, 118.

Crosby, Thomas, et al., petition brought by the gentlemen of Essex, 205.

Crosfeild
-, Thomas, Surveyor of the Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Hertford], appointment of, 454
-, petition of, 562
-, salary to, 458.

Crosland, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Cross, —, proposal of, for improvement of Royal Forests, Parks, Chases and Waste Grounds, 205-206.

-, John, of London, merchant, effects of, in the Canary Islands, 206, 391
-, petition of, for stay of process on Customs bonds, 206, 391.

Crouch, Cha[rles], collector of Excise, 351.

Crow
-, (Crowe), Christopher, Agent for Prizes, Leghorn, appointment of, 441
-, Consul at Leghorn, 441.

-, [Mitford], Governor of Barbados, concerning proportion of salary for J. Farmer, 210, 226, 445, 677.

-, Roger, Sheriff of co. Norfolk, surplusage on account, 590.

Crowne
-, John, petition of, 102
-, royal bounty to, 103, 229, 521.

Crummelin. See Cromlin.

Crumpton. See Crompton.

Cuba, island of, West Indies, coast of, ship lost on, 276.

Cuff, Francis, deputy to Sir W. Robinson, Commissary of Provisions, 411, 413.

Culliford
-, John, commander of the Shoreham Customs sloop, 431
-, losses of, by the loss of the sloop, 166, 564
-, surveyor of Customs, Southampton river and adjacent coast, 564.

-, William, junior, landwaiter, London port, appointment of, 255
-, landwaiter, Poole port, 255.

-, -, lieutenant colonel in Lord Mohun's Regiment, suspended by reason of infirmities, pension to, 81, 199, 737.

-, -, a Commissioner of Customs, 97, 213, 655.

Cumberland
-, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.

Justice of the Peace. See Gilpin, W.

lands in, extended for debt, lease of, 670.

officers of the revenue, assisted by a Justice of the Peace, 697.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Brougham, T.

riding surveyor of Customs. See Strangways, J.

Sheriff of. See Dalston, J.

wool carried from, into Scotland, and transported to foreign parts, 415.

wool, tobacco and other prohibited goods, smuggling of, petition for authority to prevent, 564.

Cunha (Cunda), D[on] Luis da, Envoy from the King of Portugal, memorial of, 450-451.

Cunningham, (Coningham, Conyngham), Godfrey, petition of, concerning prosecution for arrears of rent on small farms, part of the Earl of Clancarty's forfeited estate, 205, 744.

-, Henry, major general and brigadier, petition of, 125, 295
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [6].

-, Sir Herbert, payment by, to [B.] O'Donnell, 500.

Currituck
-, North Carolina, collector of Customs, 660
-, comptroller of Customs. See Brabant, H.

Curry Mallet
-, Curry Mallett, co. Somerset, manor and lordship of, lease of, petition for, 177, 509
-, park, with lodge etc., new lease of, petition for, 588.

Curtis
-, Barbara, loss of cable and tackle from vessel at Seaford, taken away by the French, 4
-, petition of, 102
-, royal bounty to, 4, 102.

Cuthbertson, John, captain, commander of the Mary galley, delivery to, of a prize, 575.

Cutteford, John, discharge of, from super set for bills for drink brewed for the Navy, 676.

Cutting, Alexander, lease to, of the Gallery, Richmond, co. Surrey, 295, 415-416.

Cutts, John, Lord [1st Baron] Cutts, Captain and Governor of all castles and fortifications in the Isle of Wight, 406.

Governor of the Isle of Wight, 294, 406.

Lieutenant General of the Forces in Ireland, allowance to, 140, 362
-, appointment of, 8
-, royal bounty to, for charges of transport, 8, 252.