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'Index Of Persons and Places: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 827-835. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84867 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Faber (Fabre), Peter, a French refugee, petition of, for grant of estate of — Bourdet, 81, 192, 585.

Fairbone, Dorothy, reversionary annuities, 718, 720.

-, Sir Stafford, reversionary annuities, 718, 720.

-, William, reversionary annuity, 720.

Fairfax, Brian, petition of, concerning employment for his son, 209.

-, Charles, colonel, heirs of, perpetuity to, 302, 394, 417, 666.

Fairlis, Math[ew], Groom of the Vestry, payment to, 731.

Falconberg, Lord. See Belasyse, T.

Falkland
-, Viscount. See Carey, A.
-, Carey, L. H.

-, Viscountess. See Carey, Rebecca.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 560, 701.

Agent for Prizes. See Davey, N.
-, Parker, J.
-, Russell, J.

ammunition and arms designed to be sent from, to Portugal, memorial relating to, 187, 501.

boatmen. See Harvey, W.
-, Thomas, M.

collector of Salt Duties. See Spry, G.

Customs smack, commander of. See Upton, R.

goods brought to, from Harwich, to be exported for the King of Spain, 420.

mails, landing of, at Plymouth instead of Falmouth, complaint concerning, 210, 706.

merchants, traders and inhabitants of, complaint of, concerning landing of mails at Plymouth, 210, 706.

Moors at, members of the retinue of the Ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, 734.

packet boats, to and from Portugal (Lisbon) and Spain, agent and manager of, residence of, petition concerning, 549-550
-, see also Rogers, —.

carriage of goods for the use of the King of Portugal, 450.

to and from the West Indies, not delivering mails and goods at Falmouth, complaint concerning, 210, 706.

postmaster, 627.

prize embezzlements, 458.

prize ships, 458.

searcher. See Bickford, J.
-, Giles, I.

ship going from, to Virginia, 627.

surveyor of Customs. See Burgoyne, T.
-, Carthew, W.

tidesmen. See Harvey, W.
-, Thomas, M.

waiter. See Bickford, J.
-, Giles, I.

Fane, Thomas, 12th Earl of Westmorland, Master Forester and Warden of the Bailiwick of Cliff in the Forest of Rockingham, grant of offices, 221, 431.

-, -, -, et al., Commissioners for Dover Harbour, 741.

Fannen, James, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

Farewell, John, colonel, petition of, 111.

Farington. See Farrington.

Farmer (Fermor), Sir Edward, 538.

-, Henrietta, daughter of Sir Edward, reversionary annuity, 538.

-, Henry, a Trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 254, 644.

-, John, colonel, President of the Council of Barbados, salary or allowance to, payment of, and petitions for, 111, 210, 225-226, 235, 445, 677.

Farnolls (Farnells, Farnoll, Fernolls), —, collector of Customs, Pembroke, resigned, 495.

-, William, collector of Customs, Milford port, 476
-, appointment of, and salary to, 361
-, declined service, 615.

collector of Customs, Sandwich, 139, 361.

Farrar (Farra), John, payments to, for carrying letters, 323, 426, 527, 612, 690.

-, Robert, executor of M. Walker, annuity to, 381.

Farrell, Michael, landwaiter, Poole port, appointment of, 255.

-, William, a Roman Catholic, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.

- See also O'Farrell.

Farrington (Farington), Thomas, colonel and brigadier, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [31].

Farrow, Nich[olas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Fassan, Mathias, an alien, intestate, charges of administration, 283.

Fauconberg, Lord. See Belasyse, T.

Fauconnier
-, (Fauconier), Peter, Receiver General of the Revenue, New Jersey, 343, 365
-, Receiver General of the Revenue, New York, 436, 712.

Fausset
-, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Kent and Canterbury, appointment of, 607
-, petition of, for extraordinary charges, 600.

Faversham, Earl of. See Duras, L. de.

Fawkes
-, William, of Lincoln, alderman, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Lincoln, 184
-, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln, 184, 454, 530.

Fazakerly, William, Receiver General of Taxes, London and Westminster, co. Middlesex, and Inns of Court and Chancery, 606.

Fearne (Ferne), Eliza[beth], reversionary annuities, 716, 717.

-, Henry, Customs Cashier, account of, allowance in, 585
-, payments by, 534
-, securities of, fees on, 563.

-, Mary, reversionary annuities, 716, 717.

Feilding. See Fielding.

Fell, Tho[mas], letter from, relative to the seizure of the Eagle in New York, 137.

Fellows, John, balance due on bills for the Transport service, drawn from Rotterdam, 494.

Feltham, Lucas, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

Fenley, Darby, corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Fenn
-, Nicholas, a Commissioner of Wine Licences, 490
-, salary of, payment of, to his executors, 527.

Ferguson, Robert, information against, for seditious practices, 283.

Fermor. See Farmer.

Fernandes Nunes, Isaac, reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Rachel, reversionary annuity, 718.

Ferne. See Fearne.

Fernolls. See Farnolls.

Ferrabosco
-, Mossom, Deputy Treasurer of the Navy attending the Fleet in the Mediterranean, accounts of, 85, 687
-, repayment to, of payment for use of Forces in Catalonia, 85, 687, 733.

Ferrie
-, John, lieutenant in the Earl of Donegall's Regiment, administrator of. See Dryburgh, J.
-, arrears of, petition for, 276
-, died in the West Indies, 276.

Festiniog, Ethiniock, co. Merioneth, 35.

Fetherston, Mathew, of Newcastle, merchant, employed by H. Johnson to buy cargo of the Margaretta, petition of, 442.

Feversham, Earl of. See Duras, L. de.

Fewand, Robert, letter of, relating to the port of Liverpool and to E. Scarborough's security, 192.

Fez. See Morocco.

Fielding (Feilding), Margaret, a Woman of the Bedchamber, salary to, 277, 337, 428, 528.

-, Robert, colonel, royal letter in behalf of, petition for recall of, 358.

Filks
-, Jonathan, comptroller of the warehouse for prohibited East India goods, 421, 439
-, landwaiter, 421
-, surveyor of Customs, Cowes port, 421, 439.

Finch, Daniel, 14th Earl of Nottingham [afterwards 7th Earl of Winchilsea], Secretary [of State], 332, 407.

-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Winchilsea, garden of, at Richmond, 415
-, tenement in lease to, at Richmond, 295.

-, John, petition of, 209.

Finnis, —, subsacrist of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

Firebrace (Firebrass), Sir Basil, et al., of London, wine merchants, petition of, concerning interest on Customs bonds, 184, 410, 535.

Fisher, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 715.

-, George, ship's carpenter, wounded in the defence of the Joseph and Thomas, payment to, in lieu of pension, 512.

-, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Surrey], appointment of, and salary to, 546.

-, Richard, captain, pension, allowance or bounty to, 748.

- See also Tisser.

Fitch, Hanworth, a teller and receiver in the Excise, petition of, 210, 748.

FitzGerald, Catherine, otherwise Villiers, Lady [Viscountess] Grandison, wife of W. Stewart and widow and executrix of [E.] FitzGerald, memorial in behalf of, 582.

-, David, prosecution of, for a libel, 283.

-, [Edward], otherwise Villiers, brigadier, pay due to, petition for, 194, 582
-, widow and executrix of. See FitzGerald, Catherine, Lady Grandison.

FitzHardinge, Viscount. See Berkeley, J.

FitzHugh
-, Martha, widow, letter concerning, 175
-, pension to, 521
-, petition of, 210.

FitzJames, Henrietta, Lady Waldegrave. See Waldegrave, Lady Henrietta.

FitzRoy
-, Charles, 2nd Duke of Grafton, annuity or pension to, 99, 302, 367, 417, 514, 666, 762
-, petitions or memorials of, relating to Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, 196, 197, 605, 620.

-, -, formerly Palmer, 1st Duke of Southampton, annuity or pension to, 99, 303, 366, 417, 515, 666, 763.

-, George, 2nd Duke of Northumberland, concerning [deposits for Subsidy on prizage wines], 55.

desire of, for an allowance for holding a Swainmote Court in Windsor Forest, 158, 436.

Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle, fee to, 310, 367, 419, 515, 665.

letter of, 156.

regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Horse, [3].

-, Isabella, Duchess Dowager of Grafton, annuity or pension to, 99, 302, 367, 417, 514, 666, 762.

FitzWalter, Lord. See Mildmay, C.

FitzWilliams, Math[ew], lieutenant, halfpay officer, Irish Establishment, 441.

Flanders
-, Army in. See Index of Subjects—Army, Abroad, in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries
-, Flemish thread, duties on, 488
-, ship bound to, from Bordeaux, taken prize, 251
-, species from Holland, charges of sending, 683-684
-, see also Low Countries.

Fleck, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Fleetwood, Dame —, widow, petitions of, 111, 209.

Fleming, Christopher, Lord [17th Baron] Slane, issues to, 79, 95.

-, Sir William, of Rydal, discharge of baronetcy fee, 446.

Fletcher, —, royal bounty to, 98.

-, Benjamin, Governor of New York, 237.

-, Rebecca, widow of Robert, letter concerning, 175
-, petition of, for bounty, 210.

-, Robert, captain in Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment, [acting as] engineer, killed at Valencia de Alcantara, 210.

Flint, county of, collector of Stamp Duties. See Foulkes, R.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payment by, 396.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Lloyd, T.

seal for, double judicial, 763.

Second Justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.

Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Arthur, E.
-, Stephens, J.

Flint
-, co. Flint, in Chester port, waiter and searcher at, 610. See also Hunter, H.
-, Nicholson, F.

Florence, [Tuscany], 479, 480, 756, 757.

Flotard, David, payment to, for special service relating to the assistance of the Duke of Savoy or for the use of the Cevennois, 43, 500.

Flournoys, Peter, royal bounty to, towards support of children of Countess of Clancarty, 745.

Flower, Rebecca, pension to, 83, 694.

Floyer, John, bill drawn by, 351.

-, Sir Peter, Sheriff of London, 531.

Flushing, co. Cornwall, 549.

Focani, —, a prisoner of war at Lichfield, petition of, relating to wine and tobacco from Holland, 209, 679.

Foissac, Louise de, royal bounty to, 229.

Foiston, Mary, necessary woman, travelling charges and lodging, 628.

Foley, —, petition referred to, 681.

-, Paul, contract for cordwood, Dean Forest, 477.

-, Thomas, of Stoke, co. Hereford, son of Paul, contract for cordwood, Dean Forest, 43, 59, 62, 477, 509, 593.

Folkes. See Foulkes.

Folkestone, co. Kent, Dragoons sent to, to assist in hindering the exportation of wool and the importation of silks, 688.

Folkingham
-, Edward, annuity to, 381
-, assignee of J. Bell, 379
-, assignee of G. Whitehall, 381.

-, Elizabeth, relict and administratrix of Edward, annuities to, 379, 381.

Folleville, Henry, captain, petition of, 192.

Folliot, Jo[hn], ensign in the Coldstream Guards, memorial of, concerning his wounds in the defence of Gibraltar and his barbarous usage as a prisoner in France, 197.

Fontaine (Fountain, Fountaine), Cha[rles] de le, reversionary annuity, 716.

-, James, of Ireland, defence of, against a French privateer, 157, 260
-, defence of, of remote parts of Ireland from insults of the French, 260
-, pension to, 434
-, petition of, for a pension, 111, 157, 260.

-, Mary Mag[dale]n de le, reversionary annuity, 716.

Fonvive, Mary Gabriel de, reversionary annuity, 715.

Foot, Samuel, sub-Commissioner for Prizes, Plymouth, 79, 682.

Forbes, Alex[ander], principal accountant for Malt Duties, appointment of, and salary to, 349.

Ford
-, (Forde), Gilbert, letter concerning, 167
-, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 477, 642
-, to have tidewaiter's place, London port, 167.

-, Ja[mes], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, Peter, mariner, petition of, concerning the purchase of the Phillipeux, 451-452
-, prize ships purchased by, 452.

-, Robert, petition of, 111.

-, -, Keeper of the Gardens at Newmarket, fees to, 309, 313, 367, 418, 515, 665.

-, Thomas, noontender, London port, appointment of, 370.

-, William, petition of, 127.

Foreman, Daniel, recommendation of, 102, 111.

Forrest (Forest), John, ensign, sent to Jamaica, arrears of half-pay, 210, 761.

-, Katharine, widow of John, petition of, 210, 761.

-, Thomas, impressed on board the Chatham, evidence of, concerning smuggling of wines etc., 541, 561
-, freeing of, from the Navy, 541, 561.

Forrester, Mary, a maid of honour, salary to, 277, 337, 428, 528.

Forster, William, issue to, 93.

Fort, Alexander, father of Thomas, Master Joiner to the Works, 209, 636, 646.

-, Thomas, petition of, for appointment as Master Joiner to the Works, 74, 209, 636.

Fort Charles. See Charles Fort.

Fort St. John, Newfoundland, 353, 398.

Fort William, Newfoundland, in St. John's harbour, garrison of, chaplain to. See Jackson, J.

Fortescue, —, letter from, in behalf of J. Fortescue, 175.

-, Hugh, letters of, concerning the surveyorship of Bideford port, 127.

-, John, landwaiter, Bideford, 139, 297
-, letter of, concerning the surveyorship of Bideford port, 127
-, riding surveyor between Exeter and Dartmouth, 285
-, surveyor of Customs, Bideford, 265.

-, Jos[eph], petition of, and letter in behalf of, to be Clerk of the Securities in the Excise, 175.

Forth, Hen[ry], reversionary annuities, 716.

-, Ma., reversionary annuities, 716.

Fortune, Lewis la, arrears to, 552.

Fosbrooke, William, bills drawn by, 351.

Foster, —, constable, Massachusetts Bay, searching and securing pirates and their effects, 503.

-, -, widow, tenant of Cock Close, Eton, 760.

-, Cha[rles], reversionary annuity, 715.

-, John, reversionary annuity, 715.

Fotherby
-, John, collector of Customs, Newcastle port, 642, 703
-, collector of Customs, Whitehaven, 642.

Foulerton, Thomas, petition of, on behalf of executors of J. Farmer, 225.

Foulkes (Folkes, Foulk, Foulks, Fulkes), —, lawyer, kinsman of Edward, 167, 476.

-, Edward, recommendation of, as collector of Customs, Milford Haven, 167-168, 476.

-, [Francis], captain in Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.

-, Geo[rge], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, Martyn, house of, in Little Queen Street, 230
-, lease of houses in Little Queen Street, 230.

-, Robert, collector of Stamp Duties, cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon, Chester, Denbigh, Flint and Merioneth, a diligent officer and instrumental in discovering and preventing frauds, 257
-, debt of, discharge of, 257.

Fountain, Fountaine. See Fontaine.

Fowey
-, co. Cornwall, collector of Customs, appointment of, 560. See also Chamberlain, W.
-, Jones, C.
-, Ritson, J.

customer of. See Bridgeman, C.
-, Northcote, C.

Fowler, —, Assistant Secretary of the Admiralty, 771.

Fownes, Benj[amin], reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Richard, steward of divers manors in co. Somerset, petition of, concerning his patent, 209-210, 736
-, deputy to. See Long, W.

Fox, —, prosecution of, for coming from France without licence, 283.

-, Charles, Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, accounts of, 613
-, imprest by, 411.

Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, accounts of, 236, 459.

certificates by, 37, 168.

deputy to, at Lisbon, 631.

instructions to, 20, 211, 325, 326.

issues to, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 27, 37, 80, 98, 130, 222, 223, 226, 231, 233, 242, 243, 260, 326, 332, 334, 360, 369, 393, 395, 428, 455, 477, 542, 556, 668, 685, 766
-, transfer of, to J. Bridges, his successor, 12, 258-259, 264, 266, 267, 544, 559, 714, 722.

loans by, or to be raised by, 2, 4, 5, 6, 222, 226, 233, 238, 243, 266, 325, 326, 477.

memorials of, 2, 3, 4, 142, 211.

office of, grant of, revoked, 236.

payments or imprests by, 14, 265, 286, 291, 311, 455, 613, 631.

payments to, 236, 631.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 103, 111, 144, 232, 445.

-, Edward, colonel, regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects—Marine Regiments, Six Marine Regiments, [3].

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

-, Sir Stephen, letter of, concerning C. Johnson, 163
-, [a Commissioner of Chelsea Hospital], 188, 535, 762.

-, [Thomas], Receiver General of the Customs, assistant to. See Knight, J.

-, Thomas, [clerk in] the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, allowance to, for making and keeping the Registers of Public Loans, 324, 426, 534, 613, 699.

Foxwell, Robert, tidesman, Exeter port, appointment of, 763.

Frampton, John, boatman, drowned at Southampton on the Shoreham Customs sloop, 431.

-, Robert, son and administrator of Thomas, annuity to, 381.

-, Thomas, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 381.

France

Army or Forces, Antwerp delivered of, 684.

avoiding of, by Envoy, 757.

in Newfoundland, attack on fort and siege of garrison, 652, 742
-, cruelties of, 353.

invasion of Jamaica, 698.

lines near Neerhespen and Elixem, forcing of, 22, 354.

plundering Nevis, 762.

prisoners (taken by the English), at Blenheim, 82
-, at Coventry, 602
-, [at Gibraltar], 341
-, at Jamaica, 711
-, at Lichfield, 129, 209, 602, 679
-, at Newfoundland, 311
-, at Nottingham, 602
-, petition for leave to go into France, 129
-, wine and tobacco for, from Holland, petition concerning, 209, 679.

retreat from Barcelona, 79, 677.

brandies, forced ashore at Newhaven, 421
-, prize, 485, 497, 564
-, seizure of, 321
-, smuggling of, 413.

captives in Morocco, 539
-, brought to England by servants of the Ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, 679, 734.

Church at Wapping. See Wapping.

coasts, descents upon, 9.

colonies. See East Indies, French
-, West Indies, French.

consuls, in Morocco, measures of, for hindering the relief of Gibraltar, breaking of, 185, 539.

Court of, 39.

friars, in Morocco, measures of, for hindering the relief of Gibraltar, breaking of, 185, 539.

goods, Customs duty on, 12, 19, 85, 109, 233, 261, 317, 355, 385, 435, 577, 600
-, importation and entry of, from different countries, discovery and prevention of abuses by, 285
-, prize, 234, 255, 258.

Irish Forces transported to, after the capitulation of Limerick, 136, 280.

King of, bills of exchange for service of, in war, 40
-, edict of, 580.

linen goods, prize, 234, 255, 258.

lustrings, seizures of, 447.

merchants and traders with, in bills of exchange, 39.

money, Crowns, exchange equivalence of, 87
-, Livres, 27, 40
-, Pistoles, exchange equivalence of, 55, 58, 93, 724.

Navy (Fleets or Sea Forces), cruisers on coasts of Genoa and Tuscany, 756
-, defence against, of remote parts of Ireland, 260
-, gallies preventing the descent into Languedoc, 174
-, in Jeremia's Anchorage, Morocco, 539
-, news of, from Jamaica, 152
-, principal ship destroyed by Sir J. Leak, 540
-, taking cable and tackle from vessel at Seaford, 4
-, under Cape Spartel, Morocco, 540.

oranges, seizure and sale of, 335.

persons coming or come from, to England, Act of Parliament concerning [9 Wm. III, c. 1], 536.

apprehended, 28, 433.

without licence, apprehending or seizure of, petition for reward for, 185, 536
-, Proclamation concerning, of 18 June, 1702, 457, 536
-, prosecution of, charges of, 283
-, reward for, 457.

prisoners in (or taken by the French), 17, 38, 174, 249, 296, 533, 618, 758
-, barbarous usage of, 197
-, English regiments or troops, 13, 168, 197, 273, 321, 327, 386, 542, 650, 726
-, English seamen, released, disbursements for, 123, 309, 602
-, escape of, to Holland, 38.

refugees (Protestant, in England and Ireland), estates and effects of, 580
-, commission of enquiry concerning, 463
-, grants of, 27-28, 202, 266, 463, 580-581, 695, 703.

Gentry, deputies of, petitions from, for royal bounty, 395
-, numbers and poverty of, 395.

grant of estate, 81, 192.

Ministers, in the Savoy, annuity for, 394, 528, 690
-, payment to, 111
-, petition of, 111
-, royal bounty to, 354, 395, 744.

officers, in the descent into Languedoc, petition of, 174, 183.

in Ireland, to become officers of French Regiments of Foot to be raised in England, 609
-, royal bounty to, for travelling charges and equipment, 609.

pensioners on the Irish Establishment, 3, 216, 441, 609, 649, 705, 745.

petitions of, concerning estates, 27, 81, 192, 202, 266, 580, 585, 695, 703
-, concerning royal bounty, 102, 142, 157, 160, 395.

poorest of, petition in behalf of, 102, 157, 160.

royal bounty or charity to, 21, 94, 354, 395, 609, 744, 748.

petitions concerning, 102, 142, 157, 160, 395.

Trustees or Commissioners or Committees for the distribution of, 102, 160, 354, 395, 744
-, complaint against, 142, 157
-, payments to, 160. See also Tennison, T., Archbishop of Canterbury, et al.

regiments, in English Army. See Index of Subjects—Army, Expeditions, to Spain under Earl Rivers, regiments, French
-, Army, in Ireland, regiments, French.

ships and shipping. See Index of Subjects—Ships and Shipping, French.

ships defended against the French, 172, 175, 481, 512, 637.

ships taken by the French, 353, 475
-, and ransomed, 249, 398, 536, 758
-, and retaken, 168, 185, 481, 511, 533.

ships trading to or with, illegally, 164, 234, 240, 371, 443, 574, 621.

silks, discovery and seizure of, 52.

spy, prosecution of, 283.

subjects of (aliens and enemies), estates of, administration charges, 283
-, commission of enquiry concerning, 39, 40
-, grants of, 17, 27-28, 28, 38, 39, 40, 42, 52, 81, 110, 134, 156, 192, 266, 277, 349, 391, 404, 433, 442, 520, 580, 585, 695, 703
-, inquisitions concerning, 38, 40, 277, 391, 442, 580.

landing (called) on [English] shore, and given letters, account of, 582.

trade and commerce with, illegal, 371, 617
-, prohibition of, Act for, 685.

traitor to, 93.

treaty of peace with, 467, 493.

war against, taxes raised in England for carrying on. See Index of Subjects—Assessments
-, Subsidies.

wines, Avignon, 335
-, Bordeaux, 321
-, Burgundy, 257, 681
-, Champagne, 257, 681
-, Claret, 321
-, forced ashore at Newhaven, 421
-, imported from Holland, 139, 272
-, prize, 234, 251, 255, 257, 258, 293, 313, 318, 321, 376, 422, 497, 511, 657
-, seized, 240, 257, 321, 335, 728-729
-, smuggling of, 413.

wool and woollen goods, prize, sale of, 234, 255, 258
-, seizures of, 447.

wool exported to, 337, 353, 550
-, from Ireland, 682
-, from Scotland, 266, 415.

See also Aberildut
-, Amiens
-, Bayonne
-, Bordeaux
-, Burgundy
-, Calais
-, Cevennes
-, Dieppe
-, Dunkirk
-, Havre
-, Languedoc
-, La Rochelle
-, Lyons
-, Mentone
-, Morlaix
-, Nantes
-, Paris
-, Rouen
-, Rouergue
-, Royan
-, St. Malo
-, St. Valery
-, Toulon.

Francis, Israel, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Francklin, Francklyn. See Franklin.

Frankfurt, Frankfort, [Prussia], Secretary at. See Davenant, H.

Frankland
-, Sir Thomas, letter of, concerning Sir W. Russell's pay as a captain, 152
-, Postmaster General, opinion of, 139.

Franklin (Francklin, Francklyn, Franklyn), [Henry], captain in Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, 730.

-, Henry, Marshal of the Admiralty, Massachusetts Bay, payment to, 502.

-, Laurence, petition of, 127
-, to have payment and the hawks, 127.

-, Thomas, petition of, 111, 112.

-, -, stamper, 270.

Fransum
-, Richard, servant to the Groom Porter, allowance to, in lieu of all bills, 111
-, petition of, 111.

Frazier (Frayser), Sir Alexander, Chief Physician to Charles II, 270, 410.

lease of ground in Greencloth Yard, 270, 410
-, house erected upon, and damaged by fire in Whitehall, 28, 270, 377, 410.

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

Frecheville, Frechvill, Frechville. See Frescheville.

Frederick, Tho[mas], petition of, 112.

Free, Samuel, of Hamburg, merchant, proposal of, concerning the disposal of tin, 188.

Freeborne, Giles, petition of, 162.

Freeman, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

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

-, -, Chief Baron of the Exchequer Court, Ireland, allowance to, 208-209, 210, 737
-, memorial of, 210.

Freke, George, colonel, major of brigade during encampments in Ireland, payment for service, 199, 649.

French, Ann, reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Nathaniel, of London, merchant, petition of, concerning debt for tobacco duty and discharge from prison, 157, 162, 404.

Frescheville
-, (Frecheville, Frechvill, Frechville, Fretchvile), Lady Ann Charlotte, a Lady of the Bedchamber, gift to, of gold plate for horse race in co. York, 319
-, salary to, 277, 337, 427, 528.

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

Freshwell
-, co. Essex, hundred of, bailiff of, appointment of, petition for, 344
-, office of, grant of, 571. See also Sparrow, J.
-, Sparrow, J., junior.

Fretchvile. See Frescheville.

Frith, Ed., petition of, for payment for lodging servants of William III at Kensington, 111.

Frontin, James, executor of Hester Tandin, annuity to, 385.

Frotte, Charlotte de, royal bounty to, 229.

Frowde
-, Ashburnham, concerning Christian Temple's privy seal, 210
-, examining the delays of packet boats, Harwich, 394.

-, Letitia, a maid of honour, 694
-, executors of, payment to, 760
-, salary to, 277, 337, 428, 528, 760.

-, William, lieutenant colonel in Colonel T. Farrington's regiment, petition of, 142, 229.

Fry, John, killing of, petition of W. Whitchurch for pardon for manslaughter for, 698.

Fulkes. See Foulkes.

Fuller
-, John, distiller in co. Middlesex, convicted for malpractices, petition of, 168, 175, 489-490
-, suit against, petition concerning, 192.

Fullerton
-, Mary, pension to, not continued, 152
-, petition of, 152
-, royal bounty to, 229.

Furnese (Furness), Elizabeth, daughter and executrix of H. Harris, payment to, for seals, 651.

-, Sir Henry, clothing for Forces in Portugal, 76, 95, 657, 753.

leave to, to go into the country, 95.

loans by, 1, 20, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36, 46, 56, 57, 79, 325, 334, 394, 452, 453, 462, 466, 477, 510, 558, 572, 616, 623, 626, 650, 662, 663, 664, 678.

remittances by, 86
-, for the Expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, 86-87, 92-93, 724
-, for Forces in Holland and the Low Countries, 26, 29, 31, 76, 78, 95
-, for Forces in Portugal, 57, 92, 209, 453, 663
-, for Forces in Spain and Catalonia, 38, 55, 60, 74, 482, 492, 520, 579, 583, 725
-, for Gibraltar, 1, 75
-, for service of the King of Spain, 40, 46, 57-58, 181, 520, 546, 583, 725
-, for subsidy to the King of Denmark, 1, 20, 26-27, 95, 334
-, for subsidy to the King of Portugal, 43, 92, 495, 510
-, to Turin, 340.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 35, 59, 76, 86, 92, 95.

Fusman
-, Antho[ny], tidesman in inferior list, London port, 477
-, tidesman in superior list, London port, appointment of, 477.