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'Index Of Persons and Places: L', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 870-887. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84873 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Labass, —. bill of exchange, 559.

La Bastide. See Bastide.

La Billiere. See Billiere.

La Bourlie, Abbé de. See Guiscard, A. de.

-, Comte de. See Guiscard, G. de.

-, Marquis de. See Guiscard, A. de.

Labree, Cecil, counterfeiter, arrest of, reward for, 745.

La Court. See Court.

Lady Vale, in manor of Gready, co. Cornwall, tenement, lease of, 241.

La Fortune. See Fortune.

Lagrange, Andrew Luy a, annuity to, 379.

-, Meliora Luy a, wife of Andrew and executrix of Mary Perwich, annuity to, 379.

La Haye. See Hague, The.

Lake, Thomas, a Commissioner of Wine Licences, 490.

-, -, trustee for R. Taylor, annuities, 432.

Lala. See Lalo.

Lallosa, — do, captain of the St. John Baptist, 684.

Lalo
-, (Lala), Sampson de, colonel, payment to, 467
-, petition and memorial of, 163, 198, 530
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [30].

La Martiniere. See Martiniere.

Lamb, [John], doctor, chaplain of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

-, Mulys, son of Patrick, instruction of, in the Customs, 271.

-, Patrick, 271.

Lambermont, Mary, pension to, 705.

Lambert, —, bill of exchange, 559.

Lambeth, co. Surrey, 550.

La Meloniere. See Meloniere.

La Milliere. See Milliere.

Lamotte, Olimpe, pension to, 441.

Lampen
-, Abigaile, executrix of Ezekiel, 383
-, assignee of. See Stanier, S.

-, Ezekiel, assignee of J. Portman, annuity to, 383.

Lamson, Joseph, Crier of the High Court of Admiralty, payment to, 672.

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

petition and report concerning, 722.

extended lands in, 221.

forfeited estate in (of W. Dickenson), 144, 149, 363, 495.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Molineux, N.
-, Thornton, J.

riding surveyor of Customs. See Strangways, J.

Sheriff of. See Egerton, P.

Lancaster
-, co. Lancaster, 462
-, collector of Customs. See Bentley, J.
-, merchant of. See Roodey, R.
-, tradesmen at. See Westmore, T., et al.

Lancaster, duchy of, Chancellor of. See Stanley, J., Earl of Derby.

Lancaster, Matthew, money extorted from, by J. Littlehales, 314.

Landau, [Bavaria], 621.

Landy, [Edward], chaplain to the Royal Household, lodgings of, 246.

Lane, Ben, administrator to T. Rowe, annuity to, in trust for creditors, 561.

-, [John], colonel, daughters of, pension to, 81.

-, Thomas, pension to, 302, 317, 367, 418, 514, 665.

Langford, Earl of. See Aungier, A.

Langhorne, [Thomas], bills of exchange, 62, 74, 587, 591, 597, 602.

L'Angle. See Angle.

Langley, Sir Roger, a Commissioner for Prizes, 248.

Langstaff, Geo[rge], officer of the Salt Duties, Carlisle, complaint against, and displacing of, 206, 748.

Langstone, [Francis], general, concerning the buying of horses in Ireland for service in Portugal, 671.

Langton, Geo[rge], assignee of J. Hamond and J. Kirk, annuity to, 382.

Languedoc
-, France, descent into, under the Marquis de la Bourlie, French officers in, petition of, for relief, 174, 183
-, men engaged in, taken prisoners, 174
-, prevented by French gallies, 174.

Lanildut. See Aberildut.

Lapell, La Pelle. See Lepell.

La Prade. See Prade.

Larache, Morocco, 540.

Lardner, Ben[jamin], reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Sarah, reversionary annuities, 718.

La Roch. See Roch.

La Rochefoucauld. See Rochefoucauld.

La Rochelle, Rochelle, France, ships of, taken prize, 169-170, 361, 392, 462, 690.

Larrimore. See Lorrimer.

La Salle. See Salle.

La Santier. See Santier.

Lascells. See Lepell.

Lashly, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 469.

Lasseur, —, bill of exchange, 559.

Launceston, co. Cornwall, priory of, 402.

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Laussac, Antho[ny], chaplain attending the expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, royal bounty to, 724.

-, Antoine de, French pensioner, Ireland, pension of, transfer of, 649.

-, Jane de, wife of Antoine, pension transferred to, 649.

-, Marie de, daughter of Antoine, pension transferred to, 649.

Lauze, —, French pensioner, placing of, on the Irish establishment, 216.

-, John, petition of, for extension of lease of the Friars in Richmond, co. Surrey, 568.

-, -, and his wife, house in Richmond mortgaged by, to E. Williams, 676.

La Val. See Delaval.

Lawlesse, Percy, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Lawley, Geo[rge], tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 701.

Lawnes Creek, co. Surry, Virginia, 531.

Lawrence (Laurence), [Henry], major in Colonel H. Holt's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

-, John, demise of Moor Hall and marshland in Upwell and Outwell, 279.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol port, 496.

Lawress, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Laws, Nicholas, Chief Justice of Jamaica, quarters and salary to, 710.

Lawson
-, Lady or Dame Elizabeth, wife of Sir Wilfred, legacy released to, 27, 152
-, petition of, for legacy bequeathed to the Crown by her husband, 27, 104, 129, 152, 230-231.

-, Geo[rge], officer of the Salt Duties, complaint against, 748.

-, George, et al., sureties for M. Taylor, discharge of, from costs of suits, 612, 623.

-, James, collector of Taxes, Christchurch, co. Surrey, charges against, 283.

-, Joseph, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages, 301, 367, 418, 514, 666.

-, Thomas, officer of the Salt Duties, complaint against, 748.

-, Sir Wilfred, a Commissioner of Taxes, 230
-, a Justice of the Peace, 230
-, legacy bequeathed by, to the Crown, in lieu of taxes, 27, 152, 230-231, 431.

-, William, fined for exporting wool, escape of, from custody, 205, 743.

Lawton
-, John, surety for T. Spendelow, estate of, levy on, 476
-, petitions of, 176, 476, 649
-, stay of process against, 524.

Lazenby, Thomas, mariner, master of the Dudley, petition of, for remission of duty on rum in consideration for loss of ship, 168-169, 464, 497.

-, William, case of, 176.

Leader, Tho[mas], petition of, 115.

Leak
-, Sir John, [admiral], intelligence conveyed to, of the French Fleet being under Cape Spartel, Morocco, 540
-, succouring Gibraltar and raising the siege by destroying the enemy's principal ship, 540.

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

Leathley (Leathy, Loathley), James, clothier to Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, 529, 573.

Le Bretonnier. See Bretonnier.

Lecaon, John, doctor, Physician to the Hospital in Catalonia, pay to, 566.

Le Chapellain. See Chapellain.

Lechmere, —, claim concerning Chatham Dockyard lands, 193.

Le Clee. See Clee.

Leclerc (Leclere), Gabriel, graver of the Mint, petition of, 215, 641.

Le Coque. See Coque.

Ledbury, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to the Guards, arrears to, 470.

Lee. See Leigh.

Lee, Ann, executrix of Ralph, annuity to, 382.

-, -, reversionary annuity, 720.

-, John, petition of, and recommendation of, for a place in the Customs, 186, 570.

-, -, reversionary annuity, 720.

-, Mary, reversionary annuity, 720.

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

- See also Leigh
-, Ley.

Leece. See Leese.

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

Leeds, co. York, woollen manufacture in and about, merchants, clothiers and other traders in, petition of, 415.

Leeds
-, Duke of. See Osborne, P.
-, Osborne, T.

Leemknell, Eliz[abeth]. See Catchpole, Eliz[abeth].

-, John, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 382
-, executrix of. See Catchpole, Eliz[abeth].

Leese (Leece), James, petition of, 213.

-, -, chief clerk to C. Bertie, Treasurer of the Ordnance, 340
-, recommendation of, as second clerk to H. Mordaunt, succeeding Treasurer of the Ordnance, 340.

Leeward Islands
-, Leeward Caribbee Islands, West Indies, Assemblies of, freeing of Lieutenant Governors from their dependence upon, by the allowance of salaries in lieu of presents, 228, 299, 330, 413, 440, 456, 501, 678
-, presents from, allowance in lieu of, to Governor, 492.

Captain General of. See Park, D.

chaplains for. See Arbuthnot, J.
-, Outlaw, S.
-, Ray, J.
-, Tookerman, J.
-, Wright, G.

Commander-in-Chief of. See Codrington, C.

Four and a Half per cent. duty, account of, 108, 306
-, management of, under the Customs Board, 108, 306
-, payments out of, for salaries to Lieutenant Governors, 228, 330, 393, 404, 413, 492.

Governors of, grants by, in former French part of St. Christopher, 484
-, salaries to, 228.

See also Codrington, C.
-, Park, D.

guns and ammunition for, 194.

Lieutenant Governors of, allowance to, during absence of the Governor, 492
-, grants by, in former French part of St. Christopher, 484
-, salaries to, in lieu of presents from the Assemblies, 228, 299, 330, 413, 440, 456, 501, 678.

merchants of, petition of, 186.

money of, 629.

packet going to, 693.

planters of, petition of, 186.

prize ships sent to, 771.

Revenue, Casual, accounts, 629
-, Receiver of. See Perry, J.

Deputy Auditor and Surveyor veyor General of. See Perry, E.

seal for, 620, 651.

See also Antigua
-, Montserrat
-, Nevis
-, St. Christopher.

Le Fontaine. See Fontaine.

Legg (Legge), William, petition of, and recommendation of, 114.

-, -, colonel, pension of, 230, 646
-, widow of, pension to, 105, 230.

-, -, tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 741.

-, -, Lord [3rd Baron afterwards 1st Earl] Dartmouth, a Commissioner for Trade, salary to, 514.

Leghorn
-, [Italy], Agent for Prizes. See Blackwell, Sir L.
-, Crow, C.
-, Newton, H.

bills or credits for service of Forces in Spain and Catalonia, 70, 414, 587, 597, 602.

Consul at. See Crow, C.

Fleet at, 480.

intelligences for English Envoy, 479.

journeys to and from, of English Envoy and his family, 479, 480, 756, 757.

merchants at, 414.

residence at, of English Envoy, 479, 480, 756, 757.

tin to be carried to, in Naval ships, 63, 112, 595
-, disposal of, 253.

Leheup, Peter, reversionary annuities, 714.

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

Receiver General of Taxes. See Bradgate, J.

Leicester
-, Earl of. See Sydney, J.
-, Sydney, P.

Leiden
-, Leyden, Holland, 568
-, merchant of. See Changuion, P.

Leigh, Lee, co. Essex, collector of Customs. See Smith, D.

surveyor of Customs. See Horwell, C.
-, Smith, D.

Leigh, Anne, lease of lands in East Cowes, 398.

-, Thomas, landwaiter at the water side, [Barnstaple], 297
-, presentment of, as landwaiter, Bideford, 129
-, waiter and searcher, Barnstaple, appointment of, 297.

- See also Lee
-, Ley.

Leighton, Charles, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 701.

Leith, co. Midlothian, ship of, 595.

Le Jan. See Jan.

Le Neve, Leneve. See Neve.

Lennard, [Samuel], captain in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.

-, Thomas, 16th Earl of Sussex, and his wife, grant and lease to, in reversion, of Warwick House and Garden, 328
-, petition of, 105.

Lennox, Duchess Dowager of. See Stewart, Frances.

Lennox, Charles, 6th Duke of Richmond, recommendation by, 216.

Leopold I
-, Emperor of Germany, Court of, at Ebersdorf, 345, 346
-, at Luxemburg, 345
-, audiences at, of English Envoy, 689
-, officers of, gifts to, 689.

death of, mourning for, 622.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Spencer, C., Earl of Sunderland
-, Stepney, G.

Envoy from. See Gallas, Count [J. W.]

loan to, 635.

officers of, gifts to, 345, 622.

Plenipotentiary to. See Spencer, C., Earl of Sunderland
-, Stepney, G.

present from, to the King of Spain, 414.

subject of, 195.

Le Page. See Page.

Lepell
-, (Lapell, La Pelle, Lascells, Lepel), Nicholas, colonel, petition of, 186, 213, 536
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [55].

Lernoult, Adrian, petition of, concerning the seizure of the Ufro Catherina, 561.

Lescheraine, Count, Envoy from the Elector Palatine, present for, 236.

Leslie, —, captain, petition of, 213.

-, Robert, payment to, for prosecuting C. Newcomen for exporting wool to France, 337
-, report concerning, 129.

Lessei, —, house of, in St. Christopher, 493.

Lethieulier, Jo[hn], reversionary annuity, 717.

-, Smart, reversionary annuity, 717.

Levesay. See Livesay.

Levingston. See Livingston.

Leviston, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Lewen, William, executor of T. Turgiss, annuities to, 382, 384.

Lewes, James, waiter for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Bridgetown, Barbados, appointment of, 477.

Lewis [Lewisburg], Pennsylvania, collector of Customs. See Brook, H.

Lewis, E., petition of, concerning T. Rymer's Foedera, 129.

-, James, tidesman, Padstow, dismissed, 701.

-, John, lieutenant in the regiments of the Earl of Donegall and Colonel [T.] Pearce, widow of, petition of, 352.

-, -, of Bristol, surety for G. Harvey, petition of, 488.

- Walter, payment to, for arrears, 552.

Lewisburg. See Lewis.

Lewsay. See Livesay.

Ley
-, Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, petition of, 84, 207, 215
-, royal bounty for, 84, 215, 521, 735.

- See also Lee
-, Leigh.

Leyburn, Stafford, lieutenant, half pay officer, Irish establishment, 441.

Leyden. See Leiden.

Lezan, —, son of Anthony, officer in the Earl of Lifford's Regiment, pay of, 152.

-, Anthony, petition of, 152.

Lichfield
-, co. Stafford, Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, perpetuity to, 418
-, Vicars of, perpetuity to, 418.

prisoners of war at, 602. See also Focani, —
-, Ligondes, [M. de].

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Bayley, S.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Bayley, S.

Lifford, Earl of. See Rochefoucauld, F. W. de Roye de la.

Ligondes, [Michael de], chevalier, French prisoner at Lichfield, petition of, for leave to go into France, 129.

Lillingston
-, (Lillingstone), Luke, colonel, petition of, 186, 213, 536
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [20], [41].

Lillington, [George], member of the Council of Barbados, fined for raising sedition, 437.

Lilly
-, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, accounts of, 352
-, payment by, 402.

Limerick
-, county of, collector of Revenue. See Westby, N.
-, suing of, for a robbery, 706.

Limerick
-, co. Limerick, capitulation of, 136, 280, 464
-, siege of, 214
-, Town Guard, fire and candle for, 441.

Limerick, Earl of. See Dungan, T.

Linacre, —, reading prayers in the Chapel at St. James's Palace, 645.

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

records relating to, 703.

derelict lands in, 184, 197, 276, 422, 526.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payment by, 227. See also Fawkes, W.
-, Whittingham, R.

Receiver General of Taxes, place of, petitions and recommendation for, 160, 184, 440, 530. See also Cawthorpe, W.
-, Coxall, J.
-, Fawkes, W.
-, Kent, T.
-, Rands, C.
-, Whittingham, R.

Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Bedford, E.
-, Cleake, J.

Lincoln
-, co. Lincoln, 530
-, alderman of. See Fawkes, W.
-, Bale and Close of, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Cawthorpe, W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.
-, tenements in, lease of, 234.

Lincoln, Bishop of. See Wake, W.

Lindhurst. See Lyndhurst.

Lindsay (Lindsey), David, prosecution of, charges of, 283.

-, John, banker, assignees of, annuities to, 379, 384-385. See also Cranmer, W.
-, Evans, T.
-, Hopwood, Eliz[abeth]
-, Otger, A.
-, Tandin, J.
-, Vannam, W.
-, Wynne, R.

Linton, Mary, reversionary annuity, 714.

Lisbon
-, Portugal, Agent for Prizes, bills drawn by, 707
-, delivery by, of guns etc. from a Spanish prize for the use of the King of Portugal, 154, 390
-, see also Tyrrell, [E.]

Agent for Victuallers. See Biss, S.

Ambassador Extraordinary at. See Portugal—King of, Ambassador Extraordinary to.

arms consigned to, for service of the King of Portugal and taken up for the service of the garrison of Barcelona, 216, 731.

bills of exchange or credits, for service of the Forces in Portugal, 92
-, for service of the Forces in Spain and Catalonia, 10, 57, 60, 74, 447, 482, 520, 579, 687
-, for service of Gibraltar, 75, 510
-, for service of the Navy (Victualling and Wear and Tear), 25, 26, 67, 595, 622, 623, 650
-, for subsidy to the King of Portugal, 92, 495
-, for subsidy to the King of Spain, 520, 546
-, for Transport service, 291.

Consul at. See Milner, J.

correspondent in, 475.

Fleet at, 492.

ships, with Marines, following Sir G. Rooke's squadron, 14-15.

victualling of. See Lisbon —bills of exchange or credits, for service of the Navy.

Forces at, or transported to, 532.

deputies, of the Earl of Peterborough, 374.

of the Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, 631. See also Morris, T.

Foot Guards, 631.

lead delivered at, for the use of the Duke of Savoy, 120.

letters etc. dated at, 115, 130, 152, 264
-, to Morocco, 540.

packet boats to and from. See Portugal—packet boats.

ships at, or going to, prize ships, 635, 657, 764.

transports, 532-533.

Agent for, place of, petition for, 180. See also Derby, R.

victualling ships, 313.

sick and wounded at, 587.

sugar incorrectly seized as being imported from, 356, 391.

supplies for Forces on the frontier of Navarre, 740.

Lisle, Edward, Sheriff of co. Southampton, payment to, 689.

-, Madam de, widow, a French pensioner, placing of, on the Irish Establishment, 216.

-, Maria de, widow, petition of, 213.

-, [Peter], captain in Colonel H. Holt's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

Lister, Barbara, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 380.

-, George, searcher, Poole port, appointment of, 617.

-, John, son and devisee of Barbara, annuity to, 380.

-, Thomas, son and devisee of Barbara, annuity to, 380.

Little, John, petition of, 144.

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

Littlehales, John, prisoner in Newgate, remission of fines for crimes committed at Edmonton, 115, 129, 253, 314.

Littleton, Edward, concerning a debt on Lord Griffin's estate, 186, 192, 193.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for Prizes, 248.

a Commissioner for Victualling the Navy, 135.

Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 574
-, charge in, concerning a stopped payment order for a reversionary annuity, 163, 444, 467.

consideration money for conversion of annuities, 233.

issues to, 1, 4, 26, 31, 36, 47, 48, 51, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 85, 220-221, 222, 228, 233, 242, 247, 249, 252, 273, 284, 452, 457, 510, 517, 526, 572, 575, 581, 583, 585, 587, 588, 598, 599, 602, 604, 609-610, 622, 626, 650, 656, 678, 697, 738, 746, 748, 752, 753, 757, 765, 767.

loans by, or to be raised by, 1, 4, 47, 59, 60, 63, 64, 67, 220-221, 222, 228, 510, 572, 575, 598, 599, 604, 609-610, 626, 651, 678.

payments by, 1, 51, 583, 587, 602, 697, 748, 757, 765.

-, Walter, major, executors of, bond due to, from Lord Griffin, 537.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 560, 642.

coast officer. See Tarvin, G.

collector of Customs, place of, petition for, 175
-, recommendation for, 176. See also Scarborough, E.
-, Scudamore, Sir B.

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

Customs officer. See Houghton, T.

landwaiter at. See Morris, D.
-, Newborough, S.

letter relating to, 192.

merchant of. See Clayton, W.

removal to, of J. Bell, collector of Salt Duties, South Shields, Newcastle, 179, 487.

searcher at. See Tarvin, G.

ship going from, to Virginia, 288.

surveyor, inferior, visiting ports within the district of a riding surveyor, and getting his post sunk as useless, 729-730.

tidesman at. See Gee, T.
-, Spencer, E.

tradesmen at. See Richmond, S.
-, Tarleton, J.

waiter and searcher, place of, proposal for, 610.

Livesay
-, (Levesay, Lewsay, Livesey, Lyvesay), Charles, chaplain to Colonel J. Livesay's Regiment, leave of absence, 294, 352
-, respits on, removal of, 114, 144, 294, 352.

-, John, colonel, petitions of, 143, 198, 356, 583, 638
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [13].

Livingston
-, (Levingston, Livingstone), Robert, colonel, of New York, Secretary or Agent for Indian affairs, New York, appointment of, 237, 557
-, deputies of, 557
-, managing treaties, 237
-, salary of, 176, 237, 447, 557
-, services and expenses relating to Forces in New York, 163, 237, 447, 454, 500, 557-558
-, suspension of, 237.

-, Thomas, 2nd Viscount Teviot (Teviott), memorial of, 121, 312
-, payment to, 312
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [3].

Lloyd, —, prosecution of, for libel, charges of, 283.

-, Ann, pension of, 768.

-, Ed., petition of, 115.

-, Edward, a Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 655.

-, Henry, first clerk in the office of H. Pelham, 563.

-, Luke, surety for M. Whitley, bond of, composition for, 424.

executors of, petition of, 62, 424. See also Kenyon, T.

-, Sir Richard, grant of extended lands of A. Butterworth, 221.

executors of. See Barnardiston, S.
-, Barnardiston, Sir S.
-, Death, T.

-, Roderick, a Commissioner to enquire of certain premises, 713.

-, Thomas, major, captain of the Independent Company of Foot in Newfoundland, 681
-, disbursements by, for provisions etc., payments for, and petitions for payments for, 129, 158, 186, 311-312, 317, 652
-, imprest to, 29, 408.

-, -, clerk, chaplain for Bermudas, 256.

-, -, Paymaster of the Works, accounts, 136, 280-281
-, issues to, 257, 264, 372, 375, 399, 447, 505, 619, 645, 741
-, payments by, 257, 264, 372, 399, 619.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Chester, Denbigh and Flint, appointment of, 608
-, new security for, 234.

-, -, trustee for Major Roberts, grant of part of site of Holt Castle, 362.

Loathley. See Leathley.

Loche, [David], captain in the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment, company of, 386.

Lock, —, of London, merchant, information against, concerning a trade carried on between Ireland and France, 617.

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

Lockett, Edward, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, vintner, debt due to, from Lord Griffin's estate, 299, 394.

Lockwood, Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Chester], appointment of, and salary to, 571.

Lodington, Benjamin, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli, allowance or salary to, 316, 388, 512, 665, 721.

Lodwick (Lodowick), Charles, merchant, attorney to Gertrude van Cortland, petition concerning the victualling of Independent Companies of Foot at New York, 186, 207, 213, 555, 558.

Loftus, [? John], shipwright, making and repairing punts and trunks for keeping fish, St. James's Park, 628.

Loggan
-, (Loggin, Loggins), Robert, quayman, London port, appointment of, 257
-, petition of, 114, 129.

London, 40, 92, 127, 134, 142, 251, 346, 475, 540, 550, 580, 627, 649.

agents to regiments in, 12.

aldermen of, molesting officers of the Mint, 361.

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

brewer of. See Cole, T.

coal traders between, and Newcastle, petition of, 125.

Corporation of, Members of, wines for, 675.

correspondent in, with Customs officers, Ireland, 253.

Distillery, accountant of. See Colbatch, R.

Embroiderers (Imbroiderers), Company of, charge on seized estate applicable by, to charitable uses, 185, 535, 764.

Excise officers in, tax assessments on, 279, 342, 399.

Excise Offices in, taxes for, 111. expresses from the Irish Parliament attending in, 435.

goldsmiths of. See Johnson, H.
-, Portman, J.
-, Welsted, R.

inquisition taken in, 40.

Lord Mayor of, molesting officers of the Mint, 361. See also Aleyn, Sir T.

merchants of. See Ainsworth, J., et al.
-, Ball, G.
-, Barker, J.
-, Barwick, S.
-, Berenberg, J. H.
-, Brook, W.
-, Brown, W.
-, Cheesley, J.
-, Cross, J.
-, David, J. J.
-, Devereux, W.
-, Dugard, A.
-, Firebrace, Sir B., et al.
-, French, N.
-, Gerard, J.
-, Glover, —
-, Grueber, T.
-, Guishard, G.
-, Guybon, T.
-, Hall, E.
-, Henshaw, C.
-, Hoare, R.
-, Hoe, W.
-, Horsepool, W.
-, Johnson, H.
-, King, T.
-, Lock, —
-, Marcett, —
-, Mascall, J., et al.
-, Meyer, P.
-, Mitford, M.
-, North, A.
-, Oriott, [J.]
-, Perry, M.
-, Redout, J.
-, Smith, H.
-, Stocker, W.
-, Thompson, S.
-, Woodroffe, J.

Port of—

Agents and Storekeepers for Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty. See Bingham, M.
-, Wright, B.

Customs officers—

coastwaiters. See Aimes, P.
-, Chamberlain, W.
-, Hancock, R.
-, Tretane, M.

collector of Customs and Subsidies, office of, petition for new grant of, 198, 631. See also Crispe, J.
-, Crispe, N.
-, Crispe, T.

examiner of the duty on wines and currants. See Carkess, C.
-, Mein, C.

landcarriagemen. See Thorpe, T.
-, Walker, R.

landwaiters, additional, without salary, petition for constitution of, 320.

assistants to. See Bathurst, E.
-, Bathurst, E., et al.
-, Briggs, T.
-, Lunn, E.
-, Squire, W.

places of, petitions for, 178, 555, 633.

See also Culliford, W.
-, Weddell, T.
-, Williams, R.
-, Wisdome, T.

noontenders. See Ford, T.
-, Wolseley, P.

Plantation Clerk, salary to, 661.

quayman. See Loggan, R.

Queen's waiters, deputies to. See Grant, J.
-, Smith, R.
-, Tomlins, S.
-, Wisdome, T.

place of, petition for, 201.

See also Dennis, J.
-, Heron, E.
-, Martin, T.
-, Montgomery, L.
-, Moore, T.
-, Parsons, W.
-, Read, E.

Receiver of the Plantation Duty. See Wicks, M.

Register of ships in the tidesurveyor's office. See Walker, R.

salary bills, 222, 327, 426, 538, 617, 705.

searchers or undersearchers, patent (five), 57
-, offices of, representations concerning the execution of, 97
-, petition on behalf of, 206
-, proposal of, for the better preventing of frauds relating to drawbacks on certificate goods, etc., 97.

head searcher, 57, 97.

surveyor of, watermen attending. See Mitchell, J.
-, Trot, H.

Surveyor General, blank books for, parchment etc. for, 534.

tidesmen. See Arundell, T.
-, Evans, G.
-, Philpot, C.

extraordinary, reduced. See Clark, J.

in the 100 list. See Cleater, E.
-, Thorpe, R.

in inferior list. See Atwood, T.
-, Babington, H.
-, Benson, R.
-, Blackburn, C.
-, Bowen, J.
-, Bramley, T.
-, Cecil, J.
-, Clark, J.
-, Clark, R.
-, Cleater, E.
-, Collier, Z.
-, Edwards, T.
-, Edwards, T.
-, Edwards, W.
-, Ford, G.
-, Fusman, A.
-, Hatch, J.
-, Hind, J.
-, Horne, J.
-, Hubbard, N.
-, Lawley, G.
-, Legg, W.
-, Leighton, C.
-, Moody, E.
-, Pratt, H.
-, St. Croix, J.
-, Smith, B.
-, Stewart, W.
-, Streather, J.
-, Talbot, J.
-, Thorpe, T.
-, Trotter, E.
-, Wise, C.

in superior list. See Aimes, P.
-, Alford, W.
-, Babington, H.
-, Cecil, J.
-, Collier, Z.
-, Downing, R.
-, Eve, A.
-, Fusman, A.
-, Hancock, R.
-, Rowe, T.
-, Smith, B.
-, Thorold, E.
-, Thorpe, T.

tidesurveyors. See Alford, W.
-, Bucknall, B.
-, Bucknall, J.
-, Burton, J.
-, Robertson, C.
-, Tretane, M.

office of, register of ships in. See Walker, R.

tidewaiter. See Ford, G.

watermen, attending the surveyor of the searchers. See Mitchell, J.
-, Trot, H.

desiring to surrender, 376.

See also Smith, —
-, Smith, J.

weighing porters. See Coverly, C.
-, Green, W.
-, Hardwick, J.
-, Hoskin, W.

logwood duty, cessation of employment in connection with, 175.

Plantation duty, books and bonds of, examination of, 63.

prizes (ships and goods)—

bringing of, from the outports, by merchants, reasons for, 130, 145, 310
-, permission for, refused, 221.

entry of, petition for leave for, 221.

French prize wines, bringing of, from Mount's Bay, for sale, 240, 253, 445
-, sale of, 293, 318, 497.

landsurveyors for. See Clifton, —
-, Tichborne, [C.]

Receiver General for, 618.

storekeeper for. See Mellefont, J.

ships—

bound for London from Barbados and lost off the Isle of Wight, 464, 497.

going from London, to Dieppe, information of, 421
-, to the Newfoundland fishery, 596.

seizures of, 371, 561.

transports, 448, 705, 759.

warehouses in, 318.

rate of exchange between, and Antwerp, 684.

Remembrancer of. See Bellamy, W.

Sheriffs of, seizure by, 509. See also Buckworth, Sir J.
-, Floyer, Sir P.
-, Heathcote, Sir G.
-, Humphreys, Sir W.
-, Withers, Sir W.
-, Wolfe, Sir J.

silkman of. See Pickering, J.

soapboiler of. See Hooper, B.

streets and places in. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.

taxes, collector of, representation of, 111.

Commissioners of Assessments, petition of, 342.

on Excise officers, 279, 342, 399
-, on Excise offices, 111
-, on Victualling officers and clerks, 731.

Receiver General of. See Fazakerly, W.

Trained Bands, Marshal of. See Taylor, R.

Victualling officers and clerks in, repayment of taxes, 731.

water granted by, for the use of Somerset House, case relating to, 731.

wine merchants of, 57, 559. See also Firebrace, Sir B., et al.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in—

Aldgate, 122, 283, 644.

Bank of England, 671. See also Index of Subjects—Bank of England.

Bartlet House, 281.

Blue Coat Hospital. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in—Christ's Hospital.

Bread Street, 279.

Bread Street Ward, 279.

Bridgewater (Bridgwater) House, 614.

Broad Street, 42, 331, 347.

Burgess' Meeting House, Russell Court, fitting up of, as a chapel of ease, 17, 126, 332, 354.

Chapels Royal. See Index of Subjects—Chapels, Royal.

Charing Cross, 329.

Christ's Hospital (Blue Coat Hospital), Governors of, 52
-, King's Mathematical Boys or children of, annuity for, 52, 538
-, payment to, out of the rent of the see of Armagh, 239
-, Treasurer of, 538.

Clock House, adjoining Scotland Yard, 213, 637.

Cockpit, Whitehall Palace, Ambassadors entertained at, 628
-, furniture in, watching of, 628
-, lodgings at, 423, 628
-, Queen Anne at, 628
-, rooms in, alterations in, 423.

Cornhill, 363, 508.

Cotton House, allegation that the premises comprised more than were contained in the original lease from the Crown, 659
-, gardens, 659
-, library in, 77, 646
-, purchase of, deeds relating to, to be reconsidered, 659
-, repairs to, 77, 646.

Court of Guards, Whitehall, 377.

Court of Requests, Westminster Palace, lights in, for the accommodation of the Houses of Parliament, 269, 674.

Crown Tavern, behind the Exchange, 76, 646.

Custom House or Office. See Index of Subjects—Customs, House.

Delahay (De la Haye) Street, 374.

Devonshire House, 291.

Doctors' Commons, 442, 752.

Drury Lane, 293
-, inhabitants of, petition of, concerning the fitting up of a chapel of ease, 17, 126, 332.

Exchange, The, 76, 646
-, public notices on, concerning transport ships and stores, 293.

Falcon Alehouse, Broad Street, lease of, 347.

Fish Yard, paving in, 281.

Gatehouse, leading from King Street to New Palace Yard, pulling down of, and enlarging of carriageway, petitions concerning, 562, 572-573.

Gray's Inn, 236, 611, 763.

Greencloth Yard, Whitehall Palace, ground in, leases of, 28, 147, 155, 270, 377, 410, 578, 590
-, houses in, 28, 270, 377, 410, 578.

Guildhall, inquisitions taken at, 432, 580.

Haymarket, ground near, lease of, 630
-, theatre and buildings near, 630.

Hedge Lane, land in, petition for lease of, 287.

Holborn, 230.

Horse Guards, Whitehall, repairs to, 290.

Houses of Parliament. See Index of Subjects—Parliament.

Hyde (Hide) Park—

deer in, hay and beans for, 546.

gatekeeper, payment for, 546.

keeper of. See Portman, H.

letter relating to, 154.

New Gate (Newgate), 537.

posts, pales and rails surrounding, delivery of, to H. Portman, 73, 96, 768.

Ring, watering of, 300.

road in, watering of, 111, 113, 184, 300, 537.

trees, boxing of, 768.

Turnpike, 300.

underkeepers of, payment for, 546
-, watering the park, 113, 184, 300, 536.

wall built around, 96.

watering of, 113, 184, 300, 536.

works in, estimate of, 122.

Inner Temple, 320.

Inns of Chancery, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Fazakerly, W.

Inns of Court, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Fazakerly, W.

Jewel Office, Whitehall Palace, 281.

King Street, Westminster, 533, 562.

Lincoln's Inn, 609.

Lisle (Lyle) Street, 444.

Little Queen Street, Holborn, tenements and houses in, lease of, 230.

Lombard Street, 148, 335.

Marshalsea, in the Savoy, 244, 406.

Mews, The, house in, repairs to, 690.

Middle Temple, 247, 604, 626.

Navy Pay Office, Broad Street, 42
-, lease of, and tenements adjoining, 331, 347.

New Palace Yard, Palace Yard, 562, 572
-, clock and bell in, replacing of, by a dial, memorial for, 183.

Newgate Prison, invalid drawn out to, from Chelsea Hospital, 469.

prisoners in. See Graves, I. de
-, Littlehales, J.
-, Warren, T.

Newton Street, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, tenements in, with stables etc., lease of, 230.

Norfolk Street, Strand, 293.

[Northumberland House], wall of the Duke of Somerset's garden, building adjoining, in Scotland Yard, 155, 165, 195, 376, 439, 592.

Office of the Agents for Taxes, Westminster, 342, 768.

Office of the Commissioners for Trade, Whitehall Palace, 281.

Old Bailey, 565.

Old Palace Yard, 239, 331
-, paving in, 281.

Pall Mall, Mall, keeper of. See Berkeley, J., Viscount FitzHardinge.

passage out of, into St. James's Park, re-opening of, petition for, 18
-, stopping of, consequences of, to inhabitants, 18.

repairing of, 281.

Paper Buildings, Inner Temple, 320.

Paper Office, Whitehall, books, papers etc. in, better and more orderly keeping of, 699
-, ill state and condition of, 699
-, keeper of. See Tucker, J.
-, repair and enlargement of, 87, 699, 750.

Parliament Office, Old Palace Yard, damaged in great storm, 239
-, repairs to, 105, 131, 239, 331
-, works at, 281.

Paul's Wharf, 764.

Phoenix Inn, near Haymarket, 630.

Post Office, General Post Office, Lombard Street, 493
-, house used for, purchase of, 117, 148, 165, 335.

Prince's Street, near Drury Lane, 293.

Privy Garden, Whitehall Palace, enclosing of part of, around the Fountain, desire for, 614
-, charge of, estimate for, 614.

repairs to, 281.

Queen's Bench Prison, prisoner in. See Tomkins, T.

Queen's Square, door or passage from, into St. James's Park, 17, 134, 290.

Royal School of William III, Charter of Incorporation of, surrender of, 454.

founded in the house of L. Maidwell in the parish of St. James's, 454.

Governors of. See Godolphin, S., Lord Godolphin
-, Tennison, T.

Russell Court, 17, 126, 332, 354.

St. Benet (St. Bennet's), Paul's Wharf, parish of, almswomen of, annuity to, 764
-, poor of, charity to, 764.

St. Botolph (St. Botolph's), parish of, churchwardens of, 427
-, poor of, perpetuity to, 427.

St. Botolph (St. Botolph's), Aldgate, parish of, curacy or living of, case concerning, charges of, 122, 283, 644.

St. Clement Danes, parish of, parson of, payment to, by the hospital in the Savoy, for a composition for tithes, 405.

St. Giles-in-the-Fields, parish of, 230.

St. James's, bailiwick of, 230.

St. James's, parish of, 329, 454, 630
-, inhabitants of, petition of, and permission to, for making a door or passage out of Queen's Square into St. James's Park, 17, 106, 114, 128, 134, 290.

St. James's Palace—

courts, paving in, 281.

footmen in waiting, furniture etc. for, 572.

furniture and furnishings, 319, 429, 430, 456, 463, 465, 512, 572
-, mending etc. of, 322, 328, 430, 452
-, to go to Windsor, 430.

Great Drawing Room, canopy etc. for, 512.

highway to, from Charing Cross, 329.

letter dated at, 573.

lodgings at, 281, 430, 521, 612, 614, 737.

Lord Treasurer's House, Treasury meeting at, 1, 10, 43, 47, 51, 58, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67.

paving in courts and yards, 281.

Privy Council Chamber, furniture, furnishings, etc., 319, 328, 429, 465
-, Lobby Room, 429
-, Lords' Withdrawing Room, 429
-, Office, 429.

Queen's Bed, case, curtains, etc. for, 465.

Queen's Chapel, reading of prayers in, during the Queen's absence, 527, 645.

Queen's Closet, covers for furniture, 463.

Queen's Dressing Room, hangings for, 456.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Taylor, J.

receptions at, canopy used at, tester for, 319.

sentry box, repairing or rebuilding of, 416.

sign manual dated at, 548.

stables, water for, 628.

tapestries, cleaning and mending of, 322.

tenements near, 614.

umbrellas at, mending of, 322.

under-housekeeper. See Brown, E.

Waiting Room, furniture for, 319.

warrants dated at, 241, 349, 354, 658, 698.

water for, 628.

Withdrawing Room, sconces in, 430.

Works, 281
-, clerk of, 432.

yards, paving in, 281.

St. James's Park—

deer in, hay and corn for, 399, 639, 746.

dog kennel in, annoyance of, 520
-, ground occupied by, petition for grant of, 520.

doors or passages into, 17, 18, 106, 114, 128, 134, 290, 330.

fish, food for, 399, 746
-, keeping of, in the island, repair of punts and trunks for, 628.

fowl, food for, 399, 746.

gardens and plantations, dimensions of, 683.

keeper of. See Gurle, L.
-, Wise, H.

works in, 9, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619.

gatekeepers, 399.

gunners in, fire and candle for, 132, 273.

island in, 628.

keeping etc. of, allowance for, 26, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746.

Mall, repairing of, 281.

paving in, 281.

salaries etc., 399, 639, 746.

underkeepers, 399, 746.

wall of, 281, 329.

St. John [the] Baptist, parish of, churchwardens of, 666
-, poor of, perpetuity to, 666.

St. Katherine's (Catherine) Stairs, 541, 561.

St. Magnus, parish of, churchwardens of, 563
-, poor of, perpetuity to, 563.

St. Martin (Martin's)-in-the-Fields, parish of, 17, 126, 299, 329
-, churchwardens of, royal bounty to, towards charge of fitting up a chapel of ease, 354
-, inhabitants of, chapel of ease for use of, 354.

St. Michael, Cornhill, parish of, churchwardens of, 363, 508
-, poor of, perpetuity to, 363, 508.

St. Paul's Church, Dean of, fines remitted by, 129, 253.

Petty Canons of, stipend to, from the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

rejoicing and thanksgiving at, Ambassador from Morocco attending, 734
-, chairs etc. for use at, mending etc. of, 463.

throne for Queen Anne, covering of, 387.

St. Thomas's Hospital, buildings of, 168
-, foundation of, bounty to, 168
-, Governors of, 168, 171
-, revenue of, 168
-, sick and wounded seamen admitted to, care of, petition for allowance for, 168, 244.

Salters' Hall, sale of privateer, 358.

Savoy, The—

chapel in, used by the High German Lutheran Church, 293.

Church of the High German Lutheran Protestants, chapel used by, petition for grant of, 129, 293.

churchwardens of, 293.

minister of, 293
-, house for, petition for grant of, 293.

Deputy Marshal. See Mohun, T.

French Ministers in, annuity for, 394, 528, 690.

guard house or room, and sutlery, repairs to, 248, 402, 530.

Hospital in—

chaplains of, petition of, et al., 151. See also Cole, [L.]
-, Hook, —
-, Lamb, [J.]
-, Onely, [N.]

Councillor of. See Needham, J.

dissolution of, 151, 405.

Lecturer of. See Pratt, S.

Master of. See Killigrew, H.

Minister of, allowance to, 597, 679. See also Pratt, S.

Physician to. See Huckley, —.

porter of. See Balders, —.

possessions of, 312.

precinct of, poor of, annuity to, 597, 679.

Proctor for. See Cook, E.

Register of. See Needham, J.

rents and revenues of, account of, 405.

demands on, 151.

Receiver of. See Burton, S.
-, deputy. See Balderston, J.

repairs, 137.

Sisters, Four, of, 405.

Solicitor to. See Needham, J.

stipend to Petty Canons of St. Paul's Church, 405.

Sub-Sacrist of. See Finnis, —.

Surgeon to. See Huckley, —.

tithes, composition for, 405.

work done by tradesmen, 597, 679.

houses or buildings in, deserted by Jesuits and Popish Priests, grants or leases of, 150, 374.

Jesuits in, houses deserted by, 374.

Marshalsea in, repairing of, 244, 406.

Popish Priests in, houses deserted by, 374.

soldiers, deserters and recruits in, mutinous attempts and breaches by, 406.

Scotland Yard, 530
-, building in, adjoining the wall of the Duke of Somerset's garden, 155, 165, 195, 376, 439, 592
-, house in, petition for lease of waste ground adjoining, 213, 637
-, lodgings in, of officers of the Works, 432.

Somerset House, Clerk of the Works for, 432
-, coming to the Crown, 432
-, guard room or house, and sutlery, repairs to, 248, 402, 530
-, report concerning, 766
-, water granted for use of, by the City of London, case relating to, 731
-, yard, house in, inhabitants of, matter concerning, 766.

Star Chamber, Westminster Palace, fitting up of part of, for the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 281.

Stephens Court, office of Agents for Taxes in, 342, 768
-, Old White House in, repair of, 99, 768.

Strand, The, 293.

Temple, The, Master of. See Sherlock, T.
-, Sherlock, [W.]

Tilt Yard, Whitehall Palace, guard room and sutlery, repair of, 402, 530
-, sentry box, repairing or rebuilding of, 416.

Tower, The—

Constable of. See Bertie, M. Venables, Earl of Abingdon.

Martin (Martin's) Tower, habitation in, of the Porter of the Mint, 207, 657.

Regalia in, Keeper of. See Edwards, T.

warders of, concerning additional salaries, 122.

White Tower, Caesar's Chapel in, Record Office and Repository in—

presses, shelves etc. for, 403.

records in—

digesting of, certificates concerning, 130.

clerks employed in, allowances to, 315, 426, 538, 720
-, chief clerk. See Holmes, G.

paper for [calendaring and abstracting], 130.

supervisor of. See Pettit, W.

keeper of. See Pettit, W.

repairs etc. to, 154, 377, 403.

Works at, 281
-, clerk of, 432.

Tower Wharf, 290.

Treasury Chambers, Whitehall Palace, Treasury meeting at, 1, 3, 10, 19, 23, 29, 32, 44, 52, 59, 61, 63, 64, 69, 84, 95
-, umbrella at, mending of, 322
-, Works at, 281.

Warwick House, Charing Cross, description of, 329
-, grant and lease of, 328.

Welsh Exchange, 329.

Westminster Abbey (Collegiate Church of the Dean and Chapter), altar piece for, 583.

Dean and Chapter of, annuity to, for French Ministers in the Savoy, 394, 528, 690
-, delivery to, of altar piece, 583.

Old Chapter House, repairing of, 196, 599
-, repository for records of the Treasury of the Exchequer and records of other Courts, 196, 599.

Westminster Palace (Royal House or House of Peers)—

Court of Requests, 269, 674.

Exchequer, records in the Treasury of the Receipt, sorting of, 355.

house adjoining, lease of, 406.

housekeeper of. See Incledon, Ann
-, Incledon, J.
-, Wynyard, Elizabeth
-, Wynyard, Grace
-, Wynyard, J.
-, Wynyard, Margaret.

Houses of Parliament. See Index of Subjects—Parliament.

letters patent dated at, 643.

lodgings in, 281.

new closet, 281.

Star Chamber, 281.

Westminster Hall—

Courts at, 509
-, attorneys, etc. belonging to, stamp offences committed by, 771-772
-, dial necessary to, 183
-, of Record, petition for things relating to Fee Farm Rents to be put into, 761.

lamps in, setting up, repairing and maintaining of, 286.

Works, 281
-, clerk for, 432.

Whitehall, chapel at, altar piece formerly in, given to Westminster Abbey, 583.

Court of Guards, 377.

fire in, 28, 270.

Horse Guards, 290.

letters, reports, etc., dated at, 287, 288, 297, 330, 342, 345, 524, 550, 621, 622, 629, 689, 695.

Paper Office, 87, 699, 750.

Whitehall Palace—

bowling green near, 181, 533.

Cockpit, 423, 628.

Council Chamber, 281.

courts, paving in, 281.

fire at, extinguishing of, by engines and workmen, 281.

Greencloth Yard, 147, 155, 270, 377, 410, 578, 590.

guard room, furnishing of, for a Court Martial, 530
-, repairs to, and the sutlery, 136, 159, 202, 248, 402, 530, 698.

gunners, fire and candle for, 132, 273.

Jewel Office, 281.

lodgings in, of the Earl of Albemarle, 281
-, of the Earl of Portland, 281
-, of the King, 281
-, of the Lord Chamberlain, 281.

Office of the Commissioners for Trade, 281.

paving in courts and yards, 281.

Privy Garden, 281, 614.

Queen Anne at, in Council, orders of, 595, 599.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Taylor, J.

sentry box, repairing or rebuilding of, 416.

Tilt Yard, 402, 416, 530.

Treasury Chambers, 1, 3, 10, 19, 23, 29, 32, 44, 52, 59, 61, 63, 64, 69, 84, 95, 281, 322.

Works at, alterations or repairs, instructions concerning, 281
-, clerk for, 432
-, in ordinary, 281.

yards, paving in, 281.

Wood Street Compter, prisoners in. See Crittall, A.
-, Smith, D.
-, Thompson, J.

London, Bishop of. See Compton, H.

London, George, payment to, for repairs to the Privy Garden, Whitehall Palace, 281.

-, John, clothier to Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, petition of, for payment, 126, 265.

Londonderry, co. Londonderry, Governor of. See Walker, G.

officers of. See Murray, J.
-, White, T.

siege of, 649.

Lone. See Dollon.

Long, —, captain, certificate by, concerning arms consigned to Lisbon, 731.

-, George, administrator to. See Long, W.

-, John, tripeman, charged with buying a stolen mare, discharge of recognizance, 431, 432.

-, Walter, Sheriff of co. Wilts, payment by, 456
-, surplusage on account, 456.

-, William, son and administrator of George, ancestors of, 670
-, deputy to R. Fownes, 736
-, lease to, of the manor of Stratton on the Foss, 580, 670, 713
-, surrender to, of the stewardship of divers manors in co. Somerset, 736.

Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, A.

Lorain, Countess of. See Scott, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Scott, H.

Lorein. See Lowen.

Lorraine, Countess of. See Scott, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Scott, H.

Lorrimer (Larrimore, Lorrymer, Lorrymere), [Thomas], captain, commander of an Independent Company of Foot raised in New England, 407.

-, -, captain, accessory of pirates in Massachusetts Bay, 502.

Lothian, Marquess of. See Kerr, W.

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

Lough Neagh
-, Ireland, canal from, to Newry, making of, charge for, too great, 239
-, survey for, payment for, 105, 239.

Loup, William, employment of, 523.

Louth Eske, Louth Esk, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Louvigny. See Beaune Louvigny.

Love, Eliza, widow of William, petition of, 176.

-, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Huntingdon, accounts of, 176
-, executors of, payment to, 544
-, extraordinary charges of, 544
-, money order to, confirmation of, 553.

Lovelace
-, John, Lord [4th Baron] Lovelace, raising a regiment, 738
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Foot, [60].

Lovell
-, Sir Salathiel, 725
-, lease to, of mansion house of Cotton Abbots and messuages, lands, etc., 556
-, petition of, 213
-, Second Justice of co. Chester, salary to, 265, 276, 325, 329, 485, 491, 576, 659, 685
-, Second Justice of cos. Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery (a Judge of Wales), salary to, 265, 276, 325, 329, 485, 491, 576, 659, 685.

Low. See Lowe.

Low Countries, Army in. See Index of Subjects—Army, Abroad, in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries.

See also Flanders
-, Holland.

Lowden
-, Joseph, sergeant in Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, ordered to Catalonia, 543
-, petition of, for money paid short, 186, 543
-, petition of, for subsistence for service in West Indies, 169, 410.

Lowder, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

Lowe (Low), —, leave of absence to, to go into the country for the recovery of his health, 70, 340, 632.

-, Sir Edward, executor of Geo[rge], 384
-, executors of. See Clements, J.
-, Lowe, Susan.

-, Geo[rge], assignee of J. Portman, annuity to, 384.

-, John, senior, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, allowances to, for attending in vacation, 221, 613
-, for locking up the Queen's treasure, 330, 534, 613
-, for sorting and ordering the records in the Treasury of the Receipt, 355, 594, 685.

-, Susan, executrix of Sir Edward, annuity to, 384.

Lowen
-, (Lorein), William, payment to, for work in Windsor Forest, 176, 495
-, petition of, 176.

Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 577.

Lowman
-, Henry, housekeeper of Kensington Palace, delivery to, of furnishings for the Queen's Drawing Room, 342
-, fee or salary to, 303, 399, 418, 515, 666
-, lodgings of, 402, 501
-, spaw water for the Queen and Prince, 176, 334, 402, 501.

-, Mary, wife of Henry, wardrobekeeper of Kensington Palace, fee or salary to, 303, 399, 418, 515, 666.

-, Samuel, collector of Customs, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 661.

Lowndes, Robert, a Commissioner of Wine Licences, 490.

-, William, Secretary to Lord High Treasurer Godolphin, 20, 30, 102-709 passim.

absence of, 222, 223, 225, 247, 248, 250, 273, 386, 387, 402-404, 414, 423, 511, 535, 593, 610, 614-620, 623, 626, 628-630, 632-636, 641, 644, 646, 648, 653, 656-659, 662-664, 672, 674, 675, 679, 680, 682-685, 687, 688, 694-699, 704-708, 712, 713, 722, 725, 728, 729, 731, 737-741, 743, 744, 746-748, 750-754, 758, 760, 762.

D.Q., 95.

deputy to. See Taylor, J.

ill of a rheumatism, and not well enough to attend the Treasury Office, 634
-, still indisposed, 725.

payment to, for fees on imprests, 554.

secret service issues to, 6, 16, 20, 21, 24, 27, 33, 54, 62, 65, 74, 90, 93, 95, 99, 242, 284, 339, 375, 399, 428, 489, 493, 537, 590, 612, 641, 663, 705, 739, 749, 769.

Lowther, James, Storekeeper of the Ordnance, fee to, 301.

-, Mary, reversionary annuity, 715.

-, Thomas, charges of passing commissions under the Great Seal, 544
-, fees to, on passing of patents, 635
-, royal bounty to, 768.

Lucas
-, Charles, Closet Keeper of the Chapel Royal, delivery to, of candlesticks, 322
-, petty disbursements, 298
-, travelling charges, 263, 284, 731.

-, Robert, Lord [3rd Baron] Lucas, executors of, refusing to comply with a payment, 211
-, petition of, 350
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [34].

Lucy
-, Robert, Receiver or Collector of the temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's, behaviour of, petition concerning, 213, 732
-, memorial of, for expenses of prosecuting T. Watson, 169, 481
-, petition and papers of, 115, 259.

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

Ludlow, co. Salop, Castle, breaches, repairs of, 366.

buildings, cleaning and mending of, of dirt and nastiness, 366
-, destroyed, 366
-, payment for, 366.

chapel, cleaning and mending of, 366.

chimneys, repairs to, 366.

cleaning and mending of, of dirt and nastiness, 366.

keeper of. See Gower, W.
-, Jones, T.

leads and gutters, dirt and rubbish of, clearing of, 366.

persons formerly living in, buildings destroyed by, 366
-, dirt and nastiness left by, 366.

repairs to, 366, 372.

roofs, greatly destroyed, 366.

support of, expenses for, 366.

vines, pruning of, 366.

Clerks of the Fines at. See Cann, R.
-, Dolben, J.

Luke, Geo[rge], collector of Customs, Lower James River, Virginia, 660.

-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 714.

Lulin, —, bills payable to, 591.

Lumley, Frances, Countess of Scarborough, a Lady of the Bedchamber, salary to, 277, 337, 427, 528.

-, [Henry], lieutenant general and major general, payment to, for liveries, 591, 598
-, petition of, 176
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Horse, [4].

-, Richard, 1st Earl of Scarborough, letter from, concerning J. Bell, 173, 519
-, warrant of, for three brace of bucks yearly out of Bere Forest, complaint concerning the stoppage of, 28-29, 158, 573.

Lund, Sus[an], petition of, 129.

Lundy, [Robert], colonel, Adjutant General in the service of the King of Portugal, pay to, 372.

Lüneberg
-, Luneburg, treaty with, 322
-, troops of, winter quarters of, 58.

See also Brunswick and Lüneberg.

Lunn, Edward, assistant to landwaiters, London port, petition of, for constitution as an additional landwaiter without salary, 320.

Lunt, John, pension, allowance or bounty to, 748.

Lutkins, Cath[erine], reversionary annuity, 716.

-, Sophia, reversionary annuity, 716.

Lutterell (Lutterel, Luttrell), Alexander, regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects—Marine Regiments, Six Marine Regiments, [2].

-, [Narcissus, A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from Sept. 1678 to April 1714], referred to, 8, 9, 93, 94.

Luxemburg, Luxemburgh, court at, of the Emperor of Germany, 345.

Luy a Lagrange. See Lagrange.

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

Lyddell (Lyddall), Den[nis], loans by, 599, 678.

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

-, Rich[ard], reversionary annuity, 715.

Lyme Regis, Lyme, co. Dorset, Corporation or Borough of, annuity to, for the repair of the Cobb pier, 186, 302, 322, 399, 418, 555.

port of, salary on, of riding officer, to be sunk, 701.

tidesmen. See Couzens, R.
-, Underwood, J.

Lymerick, Earl of. See Dungan, T.

Lyndall
-, [William], captain in Colonel T. Handasyde's Regiment, company of, 100, 186, 542, 568, 690-691, 771
-, payment to, 690
-, petitions of, 115, 186, 198, 542, 568, 690.

Lyndhurst
-, Lindhurst, co. Southampton, in the New Forest, lands in, Buttes Bushes, 661
-, Buttes Lawn, 661
-, Church Close, 661
-, Court Berrys, 661
-, Cox Leasowes [Foxlease], 661
-, lease and grant of, 571, 661-662
-, Lords Mead, 661
-, Old Park, 662.

Lynford, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuities, 718.

Lynn, —, letter from, 143.

-, Charles, chirurgeon to Colonel G. Hamilton's Regiment, petition of, for pay, 294
-, went from Cadiz to West Indies in 1702, 294.

-, Samuel, Chief Clerk in the Office of the Secretary at War, 637
-, house of, in Scotland Yard, 213, 637
-, Paymaster of Army Widows' Pensions, 637
-, petition of, for lease of ground adjoining his house, 213, 637.

Lynn Regis
-, co. Norfolk, collector of Customs. See Thorowgood, R. tidesmen. See Sanders, R.
-, Townsend, J.

Lyon, Simon, lieutenant of the Guernsey, 503, 526.

Lyons, France, native and banker of. See Huguetan, J. H.

Lytcott (Lytcot), Gyles, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs, account of, of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 181, 534.

Lyvesay. See Livesay.