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'Index Of Persons and Places: J', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 861-866. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84871 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Jackson (Jacson), —, prosecution of, for corresponding with the Queen's enemies, 283.

-, Benjamin, master mason to the Works, accused of performing mason's work as a private contractor despite order to the contrary, 21, 133, 322
-, alleged to have assumed the name of Palmer, 21
-, petition of, for arrears, 185.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, John, minister of St. John's Harbour, Newfoundland, and chaplain to the garrison of Fort William, petition of, 213, 681.

-, -, reversionary annuity, 720.

-, Joseph, executor of Stephen, annuity to, 382.

-, -, merchant, petition of, concerning a seizure of liquid for staining calico, 509.

-, Miles, coastwaiter, Bristol, 396.

-, Robert, assistant to the warehousekeeper of unstamped paper, salary to, 625.

-, Stephen, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 382.

Jago, Samuel, commander of the Bombay, 595.

Jamaica, island of, West Indies, 605.

Agent for Prizes, 234, 644. See also Brown, A.
-, Gyde, J.
-, Wood, T.

Assembly or Assemblies of, 698, 699, 709, 710
-, Acts of, 698, 699, 709, 710
-, Clerk of, payment to, for attendance, 710.

Captain General. See Handasyde, T.

chaplains for. See Auchanleck, A.
-, Grace, I.
-, Rudd, W.
-, Smith, A.

Chief Governor. See Handasyde, T.

Chief Justice. See Beckford, [P.]
-, Laws, N.

collector of Customs. See Beckford, P.

Commander-in-Chief. See Beeston, Sir W.

commodities exported, drawback of, 710.

contingencies, 710.

correspondents at, 270.

Council of, 698, 699.

Court of Admiralty, Deputy Register of, payment to, 710
-, prizes condemned in, 710.

earthquake in, 698.

escheats. See Jamaica— Revenue.

fines. See Jamaica—Revenue.

fireships, disbursements for, 709.

Forces in, going to, or returning from. See Index of Subjects —Army, Abroad, in West Indies
-, Army, Guards and Garrisons, Independent Companies of Foot, New England
-, Army, Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments, in the expedition to Cadiz and the West Indies.

forfeitures. See Jamaica— Revenue.

fortifications, appropriation for, 710
-, maintaining and repairing of, 709
-, payment for, 710.

forts, captain of, compensation to, 296
-, maintaining and repairing of, 709
-, powder delivered to, 710
-, preservation of, when Port Royal was burnt, 296.

gaol, repairing of, 710.

Government of, support of, revenue for, 699, 709.

Governor of, 698, 699
-, room for, furniture for, 710. See also Beeston, Sir W.
-, Handasyde, T.
-, Monck, C., Duke of Albemarle.

imposts. See Jamaica— Revenue.

intelligence from Cartagena and Hispaniola, 710.

invasion of, by the French, 698.

iron chest found in the sea, 274, 296-297.

letter from, 193.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Handasyde, T.

merchants of, attestations of, concerning P. Arnop, 637.

credit drawn on, 454.

petitions of, concerning sugar duties, 562
-, concerning the Richard and Sarah, 168, 185, 481.

ships of, preserved from the enemy, 637
-, taken by the French and rescued, 168, 185, 481, 511.

Naval officer in. See Butler, R.

negroes, additional duty and impost on. See Jamaica— Revenue.

Ordnance in, Commander of the Train, salary to, 710
-, house for the great guns, carriages and wheels, building of, payment towards, 710.

packets for Admirals Benbow and Whetstone, 710.

planters of, petition of, concerning sugar duties, 562.

prisoners, French and Spanish, subsisting of, 711.

privateer captain breaking bond by taking Spanish vessels, 493.

prize money in, proposal for using, to supply the Navy, 212, 738.

prizes carried into, 234, 275, 599, 710.

Queen's House, repairing of, 710.

quit rents. See Jamaica— Revenue.

Revenue, accounts, 108, 288
-, abstract of, 709-711.

appropriated to the support of the Government, 699, 709.

debts outstanding, 711.

Deputy Auditor and Surveyor General of. See Wood, T.

escheats, 709.

fines, 709.

forfeitures, 709.

imposts, 709.

negroes, additional duty and impost on, 709.

quit rents, 108, 709.

Receiver General of, 493, 710
-, allowances to, 710
-, correspondent of, in England, 493. See also Compere, L.
-, Martin, T.

wine licences, 709.

salaries, payment for, 710.

schoolmaster for. See Johnson, A.

seal for, 620, 651.

Secretary's Office, 766.

ships, 274.

anchor lost by, 296.

from, taken by the French and rescued, 481, 511.

going to, with Forces, 26, 397, 584
-, stranded, 509.

sick and wounded, 587.

sloop hire to Cartagena and Hispaniola for intelligence, 710.

storehouses in, building of, by the country, 605.

hired, landlord of, refusing to allow stores to lie in, 605
-, rent of, advance for, 64, 605.

keeper of. See Thompson, —

sugar duties, petition concerning, 562.

traders of, petition of, concerning sugar duties, 562.

wine licences. See Jamaica— Revenue.

See also Port Royal.

James II
-, accession of, 7
-, annuity released to, 450
-, covenant between, and Sir T. Oglethorpe, for the repair of the capital messuage of Staughton manor, 262
-, formerly the Duke of York, Maritime Regiment of Foot of. See Index of Subjects—Marine Regiments, Earliest Regiment
-, grant by, of lands in the New Forest, 571
-, statement that the pretended Prince of Wales was son of, prosecution and conviction for, 639.

James, Charles, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Southampton], salary to, 615.

-, -, et al., pirates, pursued, apprehended and conveyed from New Hampshire to Massachusetts Bay, 501
-, see also Massachusetts Bay—pirates in.

-, William, executor of R. Bate, annuity to, 380.

James River, Lower, Virginia, collector of Customs. See Luke, G.

-, Upper, Virginia, collector of Customs. See Hill, E.

Jamineau, —, merchant, petition of, 102.

Jan [? Jau], Francis le, chaplain for Carolina, 482.

Janssen, Sir Theodore, concerning the fixing of prices of pieces of Eight for service of Forces in Catalonia, 583.

contract with, for carrying tin to Genoa and Leghorn in H.M. ships, 112.

loans by, or to be made by, 23, 54, 55, 65, 71, 76, 360, 656.

memorial of, 55.

proposal or memorial of, concerning the disposal of tin at Genoa and Leghorn, 112, 253.

remittances by, for particular services relating to the war in Italy, 54, 59, 62, 65, 587, 591, 613
-, for subsidy to the Duke of Savoy, 22, 32-33, 33, 49, 58, 60, 65, 67, 71, 75-76, 86, 93, 304, 340, 360, 428, 519, 578, 656, 729.

Japan, wares from, duties on, 702.

Jarman
-, John, boatman, Bristol, appointment of, 235
-, sailor and pilot in Bristol Channel, 235.

Jarvis, James, blacksmith, Massachusetts Bay, making and mending chains, manacles, etc., 503.

-, Josias, surety for T. Santer, petition of, 761.

Jau. See Jan.

Jeay, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Huntingdon, appointment of, 608.

Jedburgh, Lord. See Kerr, W.

Jefferson, Jo[hn], corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Jeffreys (Jefferys, Jeffrys), Benj[amin], assignee of B. Turner, annuity to, 561.

-, Sir Jeffery, charges of T. Byerley relating to the seizure of the Eagle, 203, 213, 729
-, correspondent of, in New York, 550
-, subsistence for the Independent Companies of Foot in New York, payment of, and petition or memorial concerning, 185, 191, 550, 592, 598.

-, John, at Sheen, cutting off of water from the Queen's house at Richmond, 275.

-, Walter, collector of the temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's, petition of, 213, 732.

Jeffs, —, trustee for Sir E. Hunlock, manor of Catterick mortgaged to, 450.

Jekyll
-, (Jekill), John, recommendations of, to be receiver of the Revenue, New Hampshire, 185
-, to offices in the Revenue, New England, 640.

-, Sir Joseph, Chief Justice of co. Chester, salary to, 265, 276, 325, 329, 485, 491, 576, 659, 685
-, petition of, relating to the receiver of the Revenue, New Hampshire, and the collector of Massachusetts Bay, 185.

Jelfe, John, et al., duty on imported brandy, 397, 509.

Jelson, Skipwith, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Jemmett
-, John, letter concerning petition of, 114
-, petition of, for reward for apprehending G. Panton, 185, 536
-, services and capabilities of, examination of, 114.

-, Warham, collector [of Customs], Cork, reward to, for attending embarcation of Forces, proposal for and petition concerning, 200, 636.

Jenkins
-, (Jenkin), —, petition of, for employment, 114
-, recommendation of, 114.

-, Geo[rge], reversionary annuity, 718.

-, John, boatman, Scilly, 701.

-, -, surety for R. Taylor, 166, 475, 492.

-, Jos[eph], reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Thomas, information by, against T. Holland, 353, 550.

-, -, lease of outlaws' lands in co. Monmouth, 565.

-, -, searcher, Chichester port, petition of, for reward for making seizures, 144, 447.

Jenkinson, Nicholas, arrears to, 552.

Jennaway, An[thony], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Jennings (Jennens), Dorothy, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, [Edmund], colonel, Secretary of Virginia, expenses of voyage to England, 498, 499.

-, John, lease of the hundreds of Ock and Moreton, 560.

-, -, reversionary annuity, 719.

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

Jeremia's Anchorage, Sir Jeremy Smith's Bay, [near Cape Spartel, Morocco], French Fleet in, 539.

Jermyn
-, (Jermin), Henry, 3rd Earl of St. Albans, grants in trust for, of ground near Warwick House, 328-329
-, of houses etc. in Little Queen Street and Newton Street, 230.

trustees of, grant to, 328. See also Coel, Sir J.
-, Harvey, J.

-, Sam[uel], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Hampton Court, arrears to, 469.

Jersey
-, island of, Channel Islands, Agent for Prizes and Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty. See Mainwaring, H.
-, Forces in, 438, 496
-, Receiver of. See Pipon, P.

Jersey, Earl of. See Villiers, E.

Jerseys, The, North America, 343.

chaplain for. See Black, W.

East Jersey. See Perth Amboy.

New Jersey. See New Jersey.

Proprietors of, charter of, 307
-, reserved rent due, 108, 306-307.

Revenue, accounts of, 365
-, Receiver General of. See Fauconnier, P.
-, taxes, 365.

seal for, 620.

West Jersey. See Burlington
-, Cohanzy.

Jesse, —, of Boston, Massachusetts Bay, constable, payment to, for service in apprehending pirates, 502.

Jett
-, Thomas, junior, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, cos. Bedford, Berks, Buckingham, Cambridge, Cumberland, Durham, Essex, Hereford, Hertford, Huntingdon, Kent, Lancaster, Leicester, Middlesex, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Oxford, Rutland, Shropshire, Stafford, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwick, Westmorland, Worcester and York, and London and Westminster, 706, 760
-, delivery of records by, to S. Godolphin, 703
-, grant of office and salary, 671.

Auditor of the Exchequer Court, 703.

Auditor of Rates and Duties on Houses, fee or reward to, 686.

-, -, senior, Register and Paymaster of unsatisfied debentures on forfeited estates, Ireland, 5, 9, 63, 423
-, appointment of, 600
-, issues to, 39, 64, 128, 185, 364, 490, 600, 602, 631, 643, 696
-, loans by, or raised by, 185, 490, 643, 696
-, petitions of, 128, 185
-, reports by, 147, 157, 310, 444.

Jewell, John, surveyor of Customs, Burlington, West Jersey, salary to, 661.

Johnson (Johnston, Johnstown, Johnstowne), —, Deputy Comptroller of the Navy, 351.

-, -, privateer captain, breaking bond for good demeanour by seizing Spanish vessels, Jamaica, 493.

-, Alexander, at J. Blythman's Chambers in Paper Buildings, Inner Temple, 320
-, concerning grant of forfeited estate of Sir R. Strickland, 33, 34, 157, 276, 320, 357, 450.

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

-, Andrew, schoolmaster for Jamaica, 700.

-, Charles, issue to, for the Stables, account of, 23, 136, 753
-, letter concerning, 163.

-, Francis, a collector of Excise and Malt, bill drawn in favour of, for conduct and impress money, 352.

debt of, petition concerning, 593.

sureties for. See Brocas, T.
-, Cornelius, T.

-, Geo[rge], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Chester, arrears to, 468.

-, Henry, commission of bankruptcy against, assignees of. See Wentworth, T., et al.
-, prize wines of, petition for sale of, 657.

-, -, of London, goldsmith, petition of, concerning a purchase of prize wines, 461.

-, -, of London, merchant, employing M. Fetherston to buy cargo of the Margaretta, 442.

-, Martin, comptroller of Customs, Boston port, 391.

-, -, waiter and searcher, Spalding, 396.

-, Matthew, Clerk of Parliament, certificates by, 256, 659
-, new closet for, at Old Palace, Westminster, building of, 281
-, petition of, for repairs to the Parliament Office, 239.

-, Sir Nathaniel, Governor of Carolina, letter from, for a vessel to carry pitch and tar, 197, 629.

-, Ral[ph], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Robert, 144
-, presentment for, to be coastwaiter at Bristol, 151.

-, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 468.

-, William, of Kingston upon Hull, outlawed for debt, grant of estate of, 647.

Jolliff, William, reversionary annuity, 714.

Jollivet
-, (Jollivett, Jollyvet), Evert, Clerk of the Stables to William III, petition of, for a pension, 18, 128
-, salary due to, 18.

a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 492.

Jones
-, Charles, collector of Customs, Fowey port, 560, 596
-, moiety to, of a seizure of money, 140, 360
-, share to, of fines for prosecution for smuggling salt etc., 413.

collector of Customs, Penzance, appointment of, 560.

-, Francis, pension of, 768.

-, Gilbert, woodward and keeper, Waltham Forest, claim to windfall wood and decayed trees, 157, 400.

-, Humphrey, letter of, in behalf of Navy creditors, 164.

-, Jezreel, of London, gentleman, attending upon the Ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, expenses of, 213, 679, 734
-, emissary to Morocco for negotiating sundry affairs for the relief of the garrison of Gibraltar etc. with the Emperor of Morocco and his Viceroy, expenses of, during his stay in Barbary and Gibraltar, 54, 185, 538-540.

-, John, employment of, in the Customs, 129, 363
-, petition of, 129.

-, -, collector of Customs, Shoreham, appointment of, 30, 421.

-, -, printer, advance of pay to, 724.

-, Richard, 1st Earl of Ranelagh, Paymaster General of the Forces, 232.

accounts of, 21, 22, 25, 91, 94, 131, 135, 146, 178, 213, 233, 239, 270, 299, 356, 359, 373, 409, 424, 435, 453-454, 483, 565, 606, 633, 639, 683, 699, 713, 754.

clerks of, 94, 131, 299, 639.

duplicates of debentures for Army arrears, 287.

interest moneys received by, on orders and tallies, 334, 374.

issues or payments to, 11, 90, 131, 213, 233, 299, 356, 736.

lost annuity orders, innovation of, 220, 538.

payments by, 11, 18, 142, 237, 269, 356, 435, 453, 500, 635, 669, 675, 683, 699, 768.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 91, 119, 132, 142, 162, 194, 211, 229, 273, 278, 582, 741.

petitions or memorials of, 5, 178, 239, 639.

reversionary annuity, purchase of, 446, 626.

Ranger and Keeper of Bagshot Park, Windsor Forest, office of, annuity for, 480
-, lease of, surrender of, 549
-, purchase of, by the Earl of Arran, 166, 477, 549, 619.

Ranger of Cranbourne Chase, Windsor Forest, providing hay for deer, 367, 480.

Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital, accounts of, 22, 126, 161, 188, 359, 373, 409, 429, 535, 754, 762
-, payment by, 161
-, petitions referred to, and reports by, 110, 126, 165, 278.

-, Rich[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Robert, proposed surrender to, by L. Thompson, of the office of Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 170, 455, 636.

-, Thomas, bill drawn on, 351.

-, -, Keeper of Ludlow Castle, 372.

-, -, major, petition of, 114.

-, William, Apothecary to the Royal Household, fees to, 301, 367, 418, 666.

-, -, reversionary annuity, 717.

Jordan (Jordaine), John, reward to, for seizure of Sir J. Maclean and other persons, 457.

-, Mary. See Mason, Mary.

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

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

Josse, Richard, sheriff of New Hampshire, charge of, and his officers etc. for keeping etc. J. Austin, a pirate, and conveying him to Massachusetts Bay, 502.

Joynes, Henry, joint Comptroller of the Works, Woodstock, appointment of, 313, 727.

Jury, Edw[ar]d, reversionary annuity, 718.

Justice, Matthew, reversionary annuity, 719.

Jux, Elizabeth, strewer of herbs to the Queen, livery for, 463.