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Nabbs, Rich[ard], petition of, 130.

Nagle, —, 293.

Naibone. See Narbone.

Nanfan
-, [John], captain, commander of an Independent Company of Foot, New York, 558
-, [Lieutenant] Governor of New York, 557-558.

Nantes, France, ship from, taken prize, 251.

Naples
-, intelligences at, for English Envoy, 479
-, Neapolitan cruisers on the coasts of Genoa and Tuscany, 756.

Nappa Scar, co. York, wastes and royalties in, lease of, 654.

Narbone (Naibone), John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261, 650.

Narborough, Jam[es], reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Sir Jo[hn], reversionary annuity, 719.

Nash, Edward, petition of, for place of collector of Customs, Pembroke, 177, 495.

Nassau, Count Cornelius de, Master of the Robes to William III, accounts of, 279, 534.

-, Count Francis de, payment to, 676
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army. Regiments, Foot, [64].

Nassau de Zulestein, William, Viscount Tunbridge [afterwards 2nd Earl of Rochford], regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [62].

-, William Henry, 1st Earl of Rochford, Master of the Robes to William III, accounts of, 136, 295, 599.

Natt, Rich[ard], petition of, for reward for seizing wines, 187.

Navarre, [Spain], frontier of, war on, 740.

Naylor
-, (Nayler), Ann, executor of William, 383
-, executor of. See Cropley, B.

-, Chàrles, Agent for Prizes, Rochester, appointment of, 654.

-, William, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 383.

Nearn, Sir David, delivery to, of Rymer's Foedera for R. Sanderson, 98.

Needham (Nedham), —, captain, petition of, on behalf of [J.] Powell, 311.

-, John, Councillor, Register and Solicitor of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

-, -, vicar of Thurnby, petition of, for arrear of pension, 104, 224.

Needler, Culverwell, Clerk Assistant attending the House of Commons, 740.

Neerhespen, Hespen, [Flanders], French lines near, forcing of, 22, 354.

Nelson, Edward, customer, Berwick port, 449.

-, William, Master Surgeon in Catalonia, 566.

Nelthorpe (Nelthorp), John, petition of, for place of streetkeeper to the Hackney Coach Office, 153.

-, Richard, conveyance to, of estate in North Kelsey, 342.

Neno, Isaac, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 469.

Netherton, in Caradon manor, co. Cornwall, tenement in, lease of, 713, 747.

Netterville (Nettervill), John, son of Robert, petition of, for pension in lieu of annuity granted to his family by Charles II, 81, 187, 215, 446.

-, Nicholas, 3rd Viscount Netterville, 187.

-, Robert, 187.

Neufeville, Claude Margaretta de, royal bounty to, 229.

Neve
-, (Leneve), Peter le, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, allowances to, for attending in vacation, 221, 613
-, for sorting and ordering the records in the Treasury of the Receipt, 355, 594, 685.

Norroy King, salary to, 389.

-, Philip le, Chief Justice of cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembroke, salary to, 276, 329, 491, 577.

Nevill (Neville), [Clement], captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726, 727.

-, Sir Edward, Judge [of the Court of Common Pleas], executors of, payment to, 510.

-, Francis, captain, payment to, for making a survey for a canal from Lough Neagh to Newry, 105, 239.

-, George, Lord [13th Baron] Abergavenny (Bergavenny), letter of, concerning — Merrick, 125, 130, 203, 214.

Nevis, island of, Leeward Islands, West Indies, Act passed in, 659.

Court of Admiralty, Secretary and Register of. See Chevet, G.

negroes, taken from pirates, condemned and sold in, 629.

planters, merchants and traders to, petition of, concerning sugar duty, 562.

plundered by the French, 762.

prizes taken by ships of war, 205.

sugar duty, petition concerning, 562.

See also Indian Castle.

New Castle, Pennsylvania, collector of Customs. See Lowman, S.

New England, North America, 365. accounts, 504.

Agent for Prizes. See Colman, J.

bullion, etc., importation of, piracy connived at and countenanced for the encouragement of, 522.

coast of, French privateers upon, 157.

Court of Admiralty. See Massachusetts Bay.

Government of, 522.

Governor of, 157, 527
-, deputy to. See New England— Lieutenant or Deputy Governor of
-, disbursements by, for Independent Companies of Foot, 587
-, reward to, for seizing pirates and their effects, 208, 586. See also Coote, R., Earl of Bellomont
-, Dudley, J.
-, Phipps, Sir W.

Independent Companies of Foot. See Index of Subjects—Army, Guards and Garrisons, Independent Companies of Foot, New England.

inhabitants of, instruction of, in the making and improving of Naval stores, 520.

Lieutenant or Deputy Governor of, reward to, for securing pirates and their effects, 82, 208, 524, 586. See also Povey, T.

merchants and traders to, petition of, concerning Naval stores, 520.

money, 497, 522.

Naval stores, making and improving of, 520.

piracy in, countenanced and connived at, 522, 586
-, first seizure and condemnation for, prosecuted to effect, 586.

pirates in, prosecution of, carried on with great difficulty, 522. See also Massachusetts Bay.

Plantation Trade, defensible ship for, petition for leave to export guns for, 171, 482.

prizes, condemnation of, 497, 640.

Revenue, Deputy Auditor General of, 524
-, offices in, appointment to, recommendation for, 640.

ships, going from, to England, 524, 526, 604
-, pressed into the Queen's service, 143
-, sent to clear the coast of French privateers and turned pirate, 157.

See also Massachusetts Bay
-, New Hampshire.

New Forest
-, co. Southampton, bogs in, 627.

bridges and passages over the ponds and bogs in, repairer of, discontinuance of office of, 552, 627. See also Newling, P.

Burley, Bailiff of. See Powlett, C., Duke of Bolton.

lands in, in Lyndhurst, lease of, 571, 661-662.

Lord Warden of, tenants of, dotard and deoayed trees assigned to, 662.

ponds in, 627.

ranger alias riding forester of, office of, re-grant of, 647. See also Bromfield, J.
-, Burrard, J.

trees, blown down in storm, 8, 253
-, dotard and decayed, 662
-, felling of, 215, 553-554, 662, 709
-, for the Navy, 8, 187, 215, 253, 526, 553-554, 709
-, young thriving, preservation of, 662.

underwood, cutting down of, 662.

windfalls in, claim to, 264.

works incident to, 627.

See also Lyndhurst.

New Hampshire, North America, Captain General of. See Dudley, J.

Commander-in-Chief of. See Dudley, J.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Partridge, [W.]
-, Usher, [J.]

pirates pursued to, apprehended etc., and conveyed back to Massachusetts Bay, 501, 502 gold of, secured and returned to Massachusetts Bay, 502.

Revenue, accounts, 503.

Receiver of, accounts of, 363
-, naming of, by the Governor of New England, 365
-, place of, petition relating to, and recommendation for, 185
-, security of, 365.

taxes, 365.

Treasurer of, oath by, to accounts, 503.

seal for, 620, 651.

Secretary of. See Story, C.

Sheriff of. See Josse, R.

New Jersey, North America, Act passed in, 343.

Assembly of, 343.

Captain General of. See Hyde, E., Viscount Cornbury.

chaplains for. See Mackenzie, A.
-, Roberts, E.
-, Ross, G.

Government of, support of, Act for settling revenue for, 343.

Governor of. See Hyde, E., Viscount Cornbury.

Revenue, arising by the Act for settling 2000l. per annum for 2 years for the support of the Government, 343.

Auditor General of, patent of, to be registered, 365.

Deputy Auditor of. See Clark, G.

Receiver General of, appointment of, confirmation of, 343
-, letter for, 137. See also Fauconnier, P.

seal for, 651.

statutes of England for, 148. See also Delaware Bay
-, Jerseys, The.

New Romney
-, co. Kent, Dragoons sent to, to assist in hindering the export of wool and importation of silks, 688
-, see also Cinque Ports.

New Sarum. See Salisbury.

New York, North America, 213, 365, 411, 436, 532, 550, 555, 557, 558, 562, 603, 604.

[agent for]. See Sloper, [W.]

Agent for Prizes. See Couts, H.
-, Couts, J.
-, Glencrosse, W.
-, Scott, J.

alarm, late, 711.

Assembly of, 711.

Attorney General of, salary of, 369. See also Broughton, S. S.

business of, matters relating to, 227.

Captain General of. See Hyde, E., Viscount Cornbury.

chaplain for. See Guy, W.

Chief Justice of. See Atwood, W.
-, Bridges, J.

Civil List, 557.

collector of Customs. See Byerley, T.

comptroller of Customs. See Carter, W.

contingent disbursements for the Government, 711.

Council of, 227.

Court of Admiralty, prosecution in, 683.

Customs duties. See New York—Revenue.

dry goods imported, Custom on, 711.

Excise duties. See New York —Revenue.

fort, fire and candle for, 711.

fortifications, payment for, 711
-, taxes for, 711.

garrisons, stores for, 238.

goods, carried up the Hudson River, duties on, 711
-, imported or exported, Customs and Excise of, 558.

Government of, 306, 711.

Governor of, 213, 227, 558
-, expedition of, to Albany, 711
-, salary of, 711. See also Coote, R., Earl of Bellomont
-, Fletcher, B.
-, Hyde, E., Viscount Cornbury.

Independent Companies of Foot. See Index of Subjects—Army, Guards and Garrisons, Independent Companies of Foot, New York.

Indian goods imported, Custom on, 711.

Indians, Five Nations of, bordering upon New York, affairs of, Secretary or Agent of. See Livingston, R.
-, presents for, 108, 123, 219, 227, 238, 306, 344
-, treaties with, 237.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Nanfan, [J.]

money of, 237, 344, 500, 555, 557, 558, 603.

Naval stores, making and providing of, proposed experiment for, 184, 532, 562.

Ordnance stores for, 123.

peltry exported, duties on, 711.

public affairs relating to, 238.

quit rents. See New York— Revenue.

Revenue, accounts, 227, 306, 436, 709, 711-712
-, audit of, 365.

Auditor General of, patent of, duplicate of, 365.

Customs duties, 558, 711.

Deputy Auditor of. See Clark, G.

Excise duties, 558, 711.

payment out of, 603.

quit rents, 364, 711.

Receiver General and Collector of, office of, commissioners appointed to act during the vacancy of, accounts of, 227, 306. See also Byerley, T.
-, Fauconnier, P.
-, Weaver, T.

taxes, 364, 711.

rum imported into, Custom on, 711.

salaries, 711.

schoolmasters for. See Clark, A.
-, Cleater, J.

seal for, 620, 651.

ship going to, 344, 364.

ship seized in (Eagle galley), 137, 140, 202, 331, 683.

ships and cargoes condemned for illegal trade, 711.

statutes of England for, 148.

taxes. See New York—Revenue.

Weigh House, Queen's, receipts on account of, 711.

wine imported, Custom on, 711.

See also Albany
-, Hudson River.

Newark
-, co. Nottingham, manor and demesnes of, petition concerning the maintenance of bridges over the Trent in connection with reversionary lease, 188.

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

Newbiggin, co. York, wastes and royalties in, lease of, 654.

Newborough, Samuel, landwaiter, Liverpool, appointment of, 615.

ewbury, Massachusetts Bay, 503.

Newcastle, co. Northumberland, 615.

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

collector of Customs, place of, petitions for, 205, 214, 703
-, recommendation for, 204-205. See also Fotherby, J.
-, Hebburn, R.

collector of Salt Duties. See Bell, J.
-, Taylor, M.

merchant of. See Fetherston, M.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Wyvell, F.

ship of, and cargo, condemned, 443
-, information of, obtained at Dunkirk, 443.

tidesmen at. See Hall, R.
-, Knight, T.
-, Ord, H., senior
-, Robinson, T.
-, Smith, R.
-, Smith, S.
-, Winter, J.

Newcastle, Duke of. See Holles, J.

Newcomen, Charles, of Bag Enderby, judgment against, for exporting wool, 337.

Newfoundland
-, North America, Agent for Prizes at, declining agency, 398
-, encouragement for, 387
-, restrained from trading, 387. See also Campbell, C.
-, Wheeler, G.

chaplain for. See Rice, J.

Fishery of, Act for the encouragement of (10 Wm. III, c. 14), directions of, 596.

Fishing Admirals, to keep journals, 596.

seamen employed in, journals of, 596.

ships, designed for, removal of embargo from, 599
-, to sail under convoy, 599.

employed in, 169, 462, 536
-, journals of, 596.

going to, from London, masters of, to be reminded of their duty, 596.

Forces in, or going to, draft from Army in Ireland, put to sea, forced back by weather, and countermanded, 88, 200, 736-737
-, Independent Company of Foot. See Index of Subjects—Army, Guards and Garrisons, Independent Companies of Foot, Newfoundland.

forts, commander of. See Moody, J.
-, French attack on, 742
-, provisions and necessaries for, 742.

French in, actions and cruelties of, 353, 398
-, attack by, on fort, 742
-, besieging the garrison, 652
-, taken prisoners, supporting of, 311.

garrison. See Index of Subjects—, Army, Guards and Garrisons, garrisons, Newfoundland.

gunners at, pay of, deductions from, 312, 317-318
-, provisions supplied to, by the Independent Company of Foot, 158, 311-312, 317-318, 391.

harbours of, Fishing Admirals of, 596
-, ships and seamen employed in, 596
-, sounding of, 311.

Indians in, actions and cruelties of, 353, 398.

ship at, impressed into the Queen's service and taken by a French privateer, 353, 398.

spies, supporting of, 311.

trade, encouragement of, Act for (10 Wm. III, c. 14), copies of, for dispersal, 153, 358.

directions of, observation of, 596, 614
-, to Fishing Admirals and masters of ships, 596.

letter relating to, 614.

See also Fort St. John
-, Fort William
-, St. John's.

Newhall, [in Boreham], co. Essex, manor of, 681.

Newhaven
-, co. Sussex, Customs officers at, 421
-, French wines and brandies forced ashore at, 166, 421, 433.

Newhaven, Viscount. See Cheyne, W.

Newland, Sir Benj[amin], lands of, extended for debt, lease of part of, in East Cowes, 398.

-, Geo[rge], executor of T. Turgiss, annuities to, 382, 384.

Newling
-, (Newlin), Philip, repairer of bridges and passages over ponds and bogs in the New Forest, office of, cessation of, 552, 627
-, salary of, 187, 199, 552, 627.

Newlyn
-, co. Cornwall, in Penzance port, boatman at. See Richards, J.
-, Thomas, H.

Newman
-, John, 15, 87
-, concerning duties on Low Wines, 91, 215, 648
-, concerning frauds in the Excise, 145, 153
-, concerning malt charged by the lump, 15
-, concerning reward for services, 91, 153, 158
-, petitions and memorials of, 145, 153, 158, 215, 648
-, proposition of, for improving the Excise, 15-16, 76, 91, 646.

-, Richard, commander of the Three Pilgrims, 448.

-, Tho[mas], share of proceeds of the Lewis, 392.

Newmarket, co. Suffolk, forge, with coach houses etc. hiding outlook from the Queen's lodgings, removal of, 620.

Palace—

Bedchamber, furniture for, 704.

Dressing Room, furniture for, 704.

furniture and furnishings for, 704.

gamekeeper. See Cotton, Sir J.
-, underkeepers, petition of, 195.

Gardens, 734
-, keeper of. See Ford, R.

housekeeper of. See Walker, T.

lodgings, for servants, 298
-, Queen's, 298, 620.

Presence Chamber, furniture for, 704.

Privy Chamber, furniture for, 704.

Queen Anne at, or going to, lodgings of, 298, 620.

medicines for [Royal] Family, 628.

servants etc. attending, allowances etc. to, 4, 99, 226, 348, 731, 769
-, lodging of, 298.

travelling bed of, fitting up of, 328.

Queen's Bedchamber, furniture and furnishings for, 704.

Queen's Closet, furniture for, 704.

Queen's Dressing Room, furniture and furnishings for, 704.

Queen's Lodgings, view from, removal of forge and coach houses etc. hiding, 620.

Queen's Stables, rubbing house near, building of, 419.

Waiting Room, furniture for, 704.

warrant dated at, 755.

Withdrawing Room, furniture for, 704.

Works, 281
-, carpenter. See Sandover, —
-, of, 432
-, issue for, 67.

roads to, Queen's private, work in, 269.

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

Newport
-, Francis, 1st Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household to William III, 82, 84
-, issues to, 339, 548, 552, 554
-, payments by, 339, 549, 552, 554.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, 655.

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

Newth, William Joseph, et al., prosecuting of, for riot, 283.

Newton
-, Henry, Doctor of Laws, Envoy Extraordinary to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, departure of, 344
-, ordinary to, 344, 388, 512, 664, 721.

recommended as Agent for Prizes, Leghorn, 441.

-, Sir Isaac, Master and Worker of the Mint, 84, 460, 504, 604, 627.

-, Thomas, of Boston, Massachusetts Bay, solicitor, counsel for the Crown at trial of pirates, Massachusetts Bay, 502
-, Deputy Judge of the Court of Admiralty, Massachusetts Bay, 698
-, petition of, for appointment as collector, surveyor and searcher of Customs, Boston, 698.

-, -, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, 199, 625.

Nezereau, Judith, cousin of Madeleine, legacy left by, petition for, 158, 199, 404.

-, Madeleine or Magdalen, petition of, for legacy left by Judith, 158, 404.

Nice, [Savoy], arms sent to, 228.

Nicholas (Nichols), Edward, Paymaster of the Queen's private pensions, allowances and bounties, allowance for a clerk, 554.

issues to, 19, 50, 67, 94, 99, 316, 339, 354, 369, 377, 386, 395, 407, 416, 442, 481, 519, 555, 572, 614, 616, 619, 741, 744, 748, 749, 770.

list or establishment of, of pensions etc., 18, 82, 83, 94, 201, 229, 314, 316, 555, 693-694, 748.

memorial of, 145.

payments by, 17, 82, 82-83, 83, 102, 103, 105, 106, 124, 163, 208, 229, 314, 328, 332, 378, 413, 431, 481, 521, 555, 649, 693-694, 699, 734-735, 745, 768
-, of fees on imprests, 256, 554.

petition of, for a copy of Rymer's collection [Foedera], 187.

petition referred to, 178, 488.

Treasurer to Queen Mary II, 554.

-, George, uncle of John, Surveyor General of Customs, deputy to, appointment of, 187, 422, 436, 545.

See also Nicholas, J.

grant of office to, by Charles II, 422, 436, 545.

-, John, of All Cannings, deputy to George, Surveyor General of Customs, appointment of, 422, 545.

-, Sir John, a Clerk of the Privy Council, salary of, payment of, to executors, 302.

-, William, comptroller of Customs, Chester port, appointment of, revoked, 604, 617
-, re-appointment of, 617
-, salary to, 652.

Nicholls
-, (Nicholl, Nicoll), Benjamin, petition concerning unpaid wine bonds, 164, 759
-, sureties for. See Powlett, G., et al.

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

-, Jos[eph], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 470.

-, Thomazena, reversionary annuity, 715.

-, William, et al., rewards to, for apprehending highway robbers, 655.

Nichols. See Nicholas.

Nicholson (Nicolson), —, receipts for the hospital in the Savoy, 137.

-, Fetherston, waiter and searcher, Mostyn and Flint, appointment of, 610, 642.

-, Francis, colonel, Lieutenant and Governor General of Virginia, 218, 219, 277, 498
-, house rent, 499
-, loan by, 499
-, salary to, 499.

-, John, letter concerning, 206.

-, -, seaman of the Joseph and Thomas, payment to, in lieu of pension, 512.

-, Jos[eph], reversionary annuity, 716.

-, William, Bishop of Carlisle, letter of, concerning J. Nicholson, 206.

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

Nicoll. See Nicholls.

Nicolson. See Nicholson.

Nightingall, Edward, Sheriff of cos. Cambridge and Huntingdon, 365.

Noads, [John], chirurgeon, Chelsea Hospital, 613.

Noden, Charles, petition of, concerning R. Henley, 198, 588.

Noell, Edward, a Commissioner of Excise and Malt, 655.

Noncollins, John, tidesman, Padstow, dismissed, 701.

Nore, The, 4, 509.

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

coast of, derelict lands on, 276, 422.

Lord Lieutenant of. See Howard, H., Duke of Norfolk.

Receivers General of Taxes. See Briggs, A.
-, Brown, R.
-, Ellis, J.
-, Pacey, W.

Sheriff of. See Crow, R.

Norfolk, Duke of. See Howard, H.

Norman, Ann, wife of Thomas, inveigling Phyllis Chamblett into a madhouse, 696.

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

-, Lionell, recommendation of, as collector of Customs, Liverpool port, 176, 177, 506.

-, Thomas, inveigling Phyllis Chamblett into a madhouse, 696.

Normanby, Duke of. See Sheffield, J.

Norris, John, joiner of the Privy Chamber, payment to, 466.

-, Mary, widow, petition of, 187.

-, Richard, petition of, 216.

-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 719.

North, Arthur, of London, merchant, debt of, for tobacco duties, 449, 527.

-, Stephen, taverner, Massachusetts Bay, 502.

-, William, Lord [6th Baron] North and Grey, commission of, 307-308
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Foot, [11].

North Kelsey. See Kelsey, North.

North Pocomac. See Pocomac, North.

North Wales. See Wales, North.

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

payments out of, 299, 394.

Receiver General of, 394, 399. See also Hawkins, W.

rents, 399.

estate in, 399.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payments by, 461, 615.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Cooper, J.

Sheriff of. See Norwich, Sir E.

Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Knight, R. D.
-, Osmond, T.
-, Smith, O.

Northampton, county of, Virginia, collector of Customs. See Scarborough, H.

Northcote, Charles, collector of Customs or customer, Boston port, 64, 603, 642.

customer, Plymouth cum Fowey, appointment of, 64, 603
-, fee or salary, 662.

Northern Ports
-, surveyor of. See Mein, [P.]
-, Warters, —.

Northey
-, Sir Edward, Attorney General, fee or salary to, 256, 448
-, loans by, 626
-, opinion of, 323-324, 443
-, petitions referred to and reports by, 40, 442, 483, 565
-, warrants to, 314, 413, 422, 432, 548, 644, 684, 696, 755.

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

collector of Excise and Salt. See Talbot, M.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Wyvell, F.

Sheriff of. See Clennel, J.

smuggling of wool, tobacco and other prohibited goods into or out of, 415, 564.

Northumberland, Duke of. See FitzRoy, G.

Norton
-, [Richard, warden of] Bere Forest, complaint against, by the Earl of Scarborough, 28-29, 158, 573
-, reward to, 573.

Norwich
-, co. Norfolk, 464
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Brown, R.

Norwich, Sir Erasmus, Sheriff of co. Northampton, 720.

Norwood, Henry, colonel, Treasurer of the Revenue, Virginia, 342.

-, John, collector of duties, St. Christopher, 235
-, waiter of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, St. Christopher, 235.

Nossor, Muley, son of the Emperor of Morocco, payment to, for assisting the negotiations for the relief of Gibraltar, etc., 539.

Nosworthy, Thomas, collector of Customs, Scarborough, dismissed, 361.

Nott, Carolina, reversionary annuity, 720.

-, Edward, major and colonel, Lieutenant and Governor General of Virginia, 277, 287, 344, 451, 498, 531, 570, 584, 627
-, allowance to, in lieu of a house, 344
-, letter concerning, 216
-, petition of, for transportation expenses, 104, 215.

-, Fettiplace, reversionary annuity, 720.

Nottingham, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, petition or letter from, 104, 244.

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

records relating to, 703.

Receiver General of Taxes, 244. See also Bury, J.

Sheriff of. See Sherbrooke, H.

tax arrears, 173, 244, 519.

Nottingham
-, co. Nottingham, French and Spanish prisoners conducted to, 602
-, lands in, lease of, 328
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Bury, J.

Nottingham, Archdeacon of. See Pearson, [W.]

-, Earl of. See Finch, D.

Nottingham, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 472.

Noyes, James, Deputy Sheriff of co. Essex, Massachusetts Bay, and assistants, conveying a pirate, 503.

Nugent, Lady, 215.

Nunes. See Fernandes Nunes.

Nurse, Mary, reversionary annuity, 714.

Nutin
-, (Nuttin), John, Receiver and Paymaster of the Transports, accounts of, 189, 216, 420, 453, 523, 547, 738
-, appointment of, revoked, 548, 578
-, cashier of, 547
-, issues and payments to, 16, 49, 50, 51, 291, 397, 483, 513, 519, 522
-, petition of, for change of sureties, 496.

Nutt, Richard, payment to, for service in seizing the Saint Dorothy, 574.

Nuttall, John, petition of, for appointment as Receiver General of Taxes, co. Surrey and Southwark, 606.

Nuttin. See Nutin.