Wade, [George], colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, .
-, Tho[mas], corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
-, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.
-, (Waggot, Waggott), Elizabeth, widow of [Thomas], pension to, 82, 83, 694
-, petition of, 82, 190.
-, [Thomas], lieutenant colonel [in Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment], killed at Badajoz, 82.
Wagstaff, Mary, reversionary annuity, 714.
Wainwright, William, bill drawn by, 351.
Waitt, William, petition of, 121.
Wake, William, Bishop of Lincoln, restitution of temporalities, 35.
Wakefield, Samuel, Deputy Marshal of the Court of Admiralty, Massachusetts Bay, charges of, in apprehending pirates, 502.
-, Charles, lieutenant colonel in the Coldstream Guards, ordered to Catalonia and providing his own subsistence, 601
-, pay of, 601, 642.
-, Lady Henrietta, or FitzJames, relict and executrix of Henry, issues to, of arrears on pension, 16, 58, 106, 671-672
-, petition of, 106, 123.
-, Henry, Lord [1st Baron] Waldegrave, pension of Duchess of Portsmouth assigned to, payments for, to his executors, 237, 278, 481, 572, 671-672.
Walden, Lord. See Howard, H.
Walder, Thomas, annuities mortgaged by R. Taylor, 149, 155, 357, 371, 432.
Walderick, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.
Wales, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, 142, 195, 213, 377, 732. See also Godolphin, S.
coast of, Custom House books for, examining of, for detection of Salt Duty frauds, 508.
Judges of, salaries to, 265, 325, 485, 491, 576-577, 639, 659, 685, 686. See also Banastre, W.
-, Cox, C.
-, Gwynn, M.
-, Jekyll, Sir J.
-, Lovell, Sir S.
-, Neve, P. le
-, Peisley, W.
-, Webb, T.
Receivers General of Taxes, 531.
Salt Duty frauds, 508.
-, North, Crown Land Revenues, account of, surplus transferred to, 220.
Receiver General of, 377
-, debentures on, 366
-, security of, 195. See also Whitley, R.
Deputy Receiver. See Hughson, S.
-, Peck, D.
tenements and cottages not exceeding rent of 50s. per annum, leases of, 142, 377.
taxes, arrears of, 220
-, Receiver General of. See Whitley, M.
-, South, Crown Land Revenues, Receiver of, 377
-, debentures on, 366.
tenements and cottages not exceeding rent of 50s. per annum, leases of, 142, 377.
Wales, Prince of, pretended, prosecution and conviction for stating that he was the lawful son of King James II, 639.
Walker, —, son of George, annuity or pension to, 105, 230.
-, George, doctor, Governor of Londonderry, family of, annuity or pension for the support of, 230.
-, James, Agent for Prizes, Virginia, 545.
-, -, payment to, for attendances at the House of Commons in delivering letters, 585.
-, John, clerk assistant in the House of Peers, payment to, 122, 256
-, petition of, 122.
-, -, collector of Revenue, co. Cavan, passing accounts in Dublin, 706
-, revenue money lost in fire at Enniskillen, 496, 706.
-, Joseph, affray with T. Houghton, Customs officer, Liverpool, 596
-, condemned and committed to Chester gaol, 596-597
-, petition of, concerning linen cloth taken from a Hamburg ship wrecked near Wallasey, etc., 596-597.
-, Math[ew], assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 381
-, executor of. See Farrar, R.
-, Richard, landcarriageman, London port, 701
-, Registrar of ships in tidesurveyor's office, London port, appointment of, 701.
-, Thomas, housekeeper of Newmarket Palace, salary to, 309, 366, 418, 515, 666.
Wall, John, commander of the Norton, reward to, for bringing express from Gibraltar, 179, 190.
Wallace, Stanford, petition of, 149.
Wallasey, co. Chester, ship wrecked near, 596.
Waller, Stephen, doctor, Queen's Advocate for Prizes, salary for, 682.
Walley, William, petition of, 122.
Wallinger, Ann, reversionary annuity, 716.
-, Francisca, reversionary annuity, 716.
Wallingford, co. Berks, King's Mead, lands parcel of, 671.
Wallis, Ja[mes], drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Windsor, arrears to, 469.
-, John, Doctor of Divinity, allowance to, for deciphering, 301.
-, William, petition of, 294.
Walpool, —, colonel, letter of, concerning E. Clifton, 109, 121.
Walsh, John, musical instrument maker, payments to, 386, 731.
-, Thomas, tobacco shipped by, on the Montague, 663.
-, See also Welch
Walshcroft, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.
Walter, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 716.
-, Hen[ry], reversionary annuity, 716.
Walters. See Warters.
-, Hanbury, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 379
-, assignee of. See Cole, W.
Waltham Forest, co. Essex, borderers on, turning in cattle to feed, 722.
cattle feeding in, 722.
Copt Hall, Copthall, 722.
enclosures in, 722-723.
Epping Road, 722.
Epping Walk or Hay, waste ground or woodland in, cattle feeding upon, 722
-, common passage through, 722-723
-, lease of, 722-723, 742
-, neglected in regard to deer and timber, 722
-, planting of, with young trees, 722.
Hainault (Henholt), [East] and West, walks of, 157.
keepers of, salary to, 180. See also Jones, G.
officers of, fees and allowances to, 324, 513, 551, 621, 667
-, arrears of, 156, 400.
Warden and Lieutenant of, 551.
windfall wood and decayed trees, claim to, report upon, 156, 157, 400
-, sales of, 156, 400
-, taking out of, neglected, 400.
woodward of. See Jones, G.
Walton, co. Norfolk, derelict lands between, and Wells, 276, 422.
Walton, [Shadrack], captain, commander of an Independent Company of Foot raised in New England, 183, 265, 407.
- See also Warters.
-, (Wansbrough), Dorothy, widow, payment to, 521
-, petition of, 121
-, royal bounty to, 735.
-, co. Middlesex, French Church at, minister of, allowance to, 82
-, payment to, 735. See also Prade, L. de la.
rent of, discharge of arrears of, 82, 735.
report relating to, 82.
-, George, Deputy Judge Advocate to the Forces in Catalonia, pay to, 566
-, petition of, for appointment as Agent for Transports, Lisbon, 180.
Ward, Ann, a nominee for a reversionary annuity, 446, 626.
-, [Bernard], lieutenant colonel [in Colonel G. Hamilton's Regiment], arrears of pay of, claims on, of J. Bingham, for a loan, 182, 197, 547
-, died in the West Indies, 182, 547.
-, [David], captain in Colonel T. Saunderson's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.
-, [Sir Edward], Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer Court, 171.
-, George, petition of, 121, 122, 123
-, recommendation of, for a vacancy in the Revenue, Ireland, 55, 123, 331, 551
-, recommendation of, to the Commissioners of Excise for employment, 121.
-, John, surety for N. Rich, petition of, 209.
-, -, debenture payable to, for freight, 412.
-, Jo[hn], reversionary annuity, 716.
Warden, James, boatman, Deal, appointment of, 596.
Wardour, William, Clerk of the Pells, 490, 658.
Warneford, Tho[mas], reversionary annuity, 715.
Warner, John, assignee of J. Portman, annuity to, 384.
-, -, son and executor of John, annuity to, 384.
-, -, Master of the Queen's Barges, carrying goods to Windsor, 386
-, carrying the Crown to Parliament House, 386
-, liveries for, and for watermen, 465.
-, -, pheasant keeper, [Middle Park], Hampton Court, petition of, for repairs to the pheasantry in Middle Park, 523.
Warr, Lord de la. See West, J.
Warr, [John], captain in Colonel A. Lutterell's Regiment of Marines, company of, 13.
Warren, Clement, charges of, in prosecuting counterfeiters, 316.
-, Thomas, Agent for Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty, Deal, Dover and the Isle of Thanet, appointment of, 299
-, disbursements on prizes, 393
-, payment to, 299
-, petition of, 133.
-, -, prisoner in Newgate, convicted for neglecting his duty as Excise gauger at Bow, discharge of, 149, 354
-, fines on, 246, 354
-, petition of, for release, 121, 149, 246
-, petition of, for salary due, 195, 564
-, wife and children of, 354, 564.
Warters (Walters, Walton, Warter, Water, Waters), —, surveyor of the Northern Ports, 415.
-, John, Solicitor and Comptroller of the Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty, 15, 73
-, account of, 134, 320-321
-, appointment of, 261
-, certificate by, 299
-, clerks of, 134
-, incident charges, 134, 393
-, issues or imprests to, 180, 260-261, 393, 522, 646
-, Lord Admiral's Solicitor, 771
-, memorials, petitions or letters of, 155, 165, 180, 240, 253, 259-260, 402, 445, 771
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 115, 130, 133, 202, 204, 214, 238, 332, 421, 635, 690, 739
-, postage, 134
-, salary or allowance to, 392.
-, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.
lands in, extended for debt, lease of, 625.
Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, payment by, 555.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Andrews, J.
recruiting in, of a company of Colonel T. Handasyde's Regiment, 542.
Sheriff of. See Chetwynd, J.
Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Osborne, W.
-, Simpson, P.
Warwick, Sir Philip, grant to, of Warwick House, 328.
Washburne, John, surveyor of Customs, Cape Charles, Virginia, 660, 702, 758.
Washington, Henry, colonel, daughter of. See Gellott, Elizabeth.
-, -, lease of sand island called Middle Sands in the Humber, 232, 586, 676
-, owner of the manor of South Cave, 232.
Water. See Warters.
-, co. Waterford, Agent for Prizes at, to view and value French prizes and cargo, 695
-, collector of Customs at. See May, E.
Waters. See Warters.
Watford, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 468.
-, -, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.
Watkins, Cha[rles], Purveyor and Director of Hospitals in Catalonia, pay to, and clerks, 566.
-, John, tidesman, Bristol port, appointment of, 496.
Watson (Wattson), —, concerning rents of mews and stables, Greenwich, 648.
-, Hon. George, reversionary annuity, 715.
-, John, sergeant in Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, ordered to Catalonia, 543
-, petition of, for money paid short, 186, 543.
-, -, tidesman, Hull port, 606,701.
-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.
-, Judith, petition of, 122.
-, Lewis, Lord [3rd Baron afterwards 1st Earl] Rockingham, petition or memorial of, concerning an arrear due out of the Crown Land Revenues of cos. Surrey and Sussex, 105, 537
-, petition of, relating to a fee claimed as possessor of Hunters Manor, 680.
-, Mary, reversionary annuity, 714.
-, Oliver, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 470.
-, Robert, bill drawn by, returned for non-acceptance, 565.
-, [Thomas], doctor, Bishop of St. David's, informations against, 283
-, petition of, 122
-, prosecuted to a deprivation, 169, 481.
Wattlington, Dorothy, reversionary annuities, 720.
-, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 720.
-, Hellen, reversionary annuities, 720.
-, Judith, reversionary annuity, 720.
Wattson. See Watson.
Way, Hen[ry], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.
Weaver, —, collector of Customs, Portsmouth port, 747.
-, Edward, scrivener [of the Admiralty Court], Massachusetts Bay, 503.
-, John, customer, Southampton port, 30, 414.
-, Thomas, collector of the Revenue, New York, accounts of, 108, 227, 306.
Wobb (Webbe), —, opinion of, concerning the office of Master, Warden and Ranger of Whittlewood Forest, 648.
-, Grace, petition of, for payment for lodging servants of William III at Kensington, 111.
-, Ja[mes], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.
-, [John Richmond], brigadier, regiment of. See Index of Subjects— Army, Regiments, Foot, .
-, [St. John], captain in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Gloucester, petition of, for extraordinary charges, 410.
-, -, Second Justice of cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembroke, salary to, 276, 329, 491, 577.
Webber, Francis, petition of, 133.
-, -, customer, Bridgwater port, appointment of, 286
-, salary to, 297, 602
-, to give security, 30, 371.
-, John, tidesman, Exeter port, 763.
-, Sir Thomas, lease of land in Epping Walk, Waltham Forest, 722-723, 742
-, seat of, called Copt Hall, 722
-, tenants of, 722.
Weckett. See Wekett.
-, (Weddall), Robert, clerk to the Warden of the Mint, charges of, in prosecuting counterfeiters, 283, 316
-, letter and petition of, 121, 122.
-, Thomas, landwaiter, London port, incapacitated, 633, 701.
Weedon, Cavendish, petition of, for place in the Wine Licence Office or Stamp Office, 179.
Weekes, Weeks. See Wicks.
Weems (Weemes), James, captain, commander of an Independent Company of Foot, New York, 238, 500.
Wekett (Weckett), —, 770.
-, Waith, son of —, to be instructed in the business of the Customs, 770.
-, William, allowance for attendance and disbursements for the Treasury Office, 323, 426, 527, 612, 690.
-, Andrew, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 380
-, executrix of. See Wood, Amy.
-, See also Walsh
Welde, Robert, Auditor of Prests or Imprests and Foreign Accounts, First Fruits, Tenths, Customs and of the Mint and Coinage and other accounts, 247.
Welder, James, executor of H. Cox, annuity to, 383.
Wellington, John, executor of T. Clark, petition of, 552.
-, Mary, wife of John, executrix of T. Clark, petition of, 552.
Wells, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.
-, co. Norfolk, derelict lands between, and Walton, 276, 422.
Wells, —, accessory of pirates in Massachusetts Bay, 502.
-, Martha, reversionary annuity, 720.
-, Zachary, doctor, petition concerning charges of prosecution of Crown's title to the living of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 122, 133, 644.
-, Joseph, ensign in Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, commanded to Portugal, 410
-, petition of, for relief in respits for pay, 410.
-, See also Walsh
Welsted, Robert, of London, goldsmith, assignees of, annuity to, 338.
Wenham, Tho[mas], payment to, for expenses of service to the Government of New York, 711.
-, Cornelius, boatman, Deal, 370
-, dismissed for frauds, 596.
Wentworth, —, house of, in the Mews, repairs to, 690.
-, [Fisher], 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.
-, Guicciardine, petitions or memorials of, for a pension, 133, 172
-, recommending J. Horncastle, his son-in-law, for a vacancy in the Revenue, Ireland, 25, 180.
-, Peter, grant of estate of S. Cambolive, 17, 122, 134, 144, 277, 349.
-, Thomas, Lord [Baron] Raby, [afterwards 3rd Earl of Strafford], Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Prussia, equipage of, 358, 390
-, sealing of, for transport to Prussia, 423.
furniture etc. for his chapel, 376.
lodgings of, at the Cockpit, 423.
ordinary, 358, 390, 665, 721.
plate for, 376.
Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Prussia, allowance to, cessation of, 390
-, ordinary to, 315, 388.
regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Dragoons, .
-, -, et al., assignees of a commission of bankruptcy awarded against H. Johnson, petition of, 657.
Werden, Sir John, a Commissioner of Customs, 655.
-, in Chichester port, riding officer for the wool business. See Ogilvie, W.
-, Reeves, P.
West, —, [apothecary], physic for servants of the Stables, 628.
-, John, Lord [15th Baron] de la Warr (Delamere), loans by, 625.
West Hallam. See Hallam, West.
West Ham. See Ham, West.
West Indies, islands of, Central America, Agents for Prizes, 30, 124, 164, 289, 433.
on board the Fleet or Squadron in the West Indies. See Burnaby, W.
-, Hamilton, A.
rules and instructions for, 238, 245, 444.
Army or Forces in, going to, or returning from. See Index of Subjects—Army, Abroad, in West Indies
-, Army, Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments, in or going to the West Indies
-, Army, Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments, in the expedition to Cadiz and the West Indies.
Courts of Admiralty in, disposing unduly of prizes, 288
-, report concerning, 166.
Fleet or Squadron in, Agent for Prizes on board. See West Indies—Agents for Prizes
-, instructions to commanders of ships concerning prizes, 124, 444.
packet boats between, and England (five), accounts concerning, 550.
carrying Forces, agreement or contract for, 37, 161-162, 162, 449, 455
-, payment on contract, 61, 584.
complaint concerning nondelivery of mail and nondischarge of goods at Falmouth, 210, 706.
contract for, 531, 706.
allowances on, 735-736.
commencement of, 736.
income of letters and packets and freight of passengers, deficiency of, 475, 497, 498, 735, 736
-, surplus of, 37.
memorial concerning, 475
-, report on, 207, 735-736.
payment on, 497
-, annual payment, letter concerning, 151.
contractor for. See Dummer, E.
fitted out at the Queen's charge, 736.
hazard of weather or enemy, 475, 735, 736.
letters etc. sent by, 586, 630, 693.
mails landed at Plymouth instead of Falmouth, complaint concerning, 210, 706.
management of, by way of account and not by contract, payment for, 531.
new vessels, 736.
passage desired on, 422.
taken by the enemy or sunk, 475, 735, 736.
wages and victuals, 736.
wear and tear, 736.
pirates in, goods and effects of, concealed, petition proposing discovery of, etc., 741, 765. See also Kidd, W.
prize goods, embezzlements of, encouragement to discoverers of, 445.
prizes taken in, or carried into, 124, 153, 234, 274
-, Agents for. See West Indies—Agents for Prizes
-, accounting for, 117, 274, 275
-, disposal of, by captors and Courts of Admiralty, 288
-, instructions or commands concerning, 124, 238, 245, 275, 444.
ships in, or going to, convoys, 238, 448
-, Fleet or Squadron. See West Indies—Fleet or Squadron in
-, prizes. See West Indies—prizes taken in
-, transports, money due to owners of, 171, 448, 525, 759.
See also Bahama Islands
-, Leeward Islands.
-, French, ships bound to, taken prize, 695. See also Guadéloupe
-, St. Christopher.
-, Portuguese, goods from, seizure of, 202, 639, 702-703.
-, Spanish, goods from, seizure of, 684-685. See also Cuba
West Jersey. See Jersey, West.
West Sheen. See Richmond.
-, Nicholas, collector of Revenue, cos. Clare and Limerick, allowance in account for stolen money, 159, 483, 706
-, office of, at Rathkeale, robbed, 706.
Westcott, Tho[mas], collector of Duties, St. Christopher, dismissed, 235.
-, ships ready to sail from, for the Newfoundland fishery, removal of embargo from, 599
-, to sail under convoy, 599.
Westerne, —, bill of exchange, 559.
-, co. Middlesex, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.
burgesses of, petition of, concerning a passage out of Pall Mall into St. James's Park, 18.
dial in, to take the place of the clock and bell formerly in New Palace Yard, memorial for, 183.
gates going to, paving under, 281.
inhabitants of, concerning a door or passage out of Queen's Square into St. James's Park, 106, 134, 290
-, concerning a passage out of Pall Mall into St. James's Park, 18
-, concerning the demolition of the Gatehouse leading from King Street into New Palace Yard, 562.
Justices of the Peace of, petitions of, concerning a passage out of Pall Mall into St. James's Park, 18
-, concerning the demolition of the Gatehouse leading from King Street into New Palace Yard, 572-573.
services in, of J. Dewy, 207.
streets and places in. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.
taxes, arrears of, 122
-, collectors of, petition of, 122
-, Receiver General of. See Fazakerly, W.
weekly bills of mortality, 111.
Westmore, Thomas, et al., tradesmen at Lancaster, sureties for R. Roodey, petition of, 133, 297.
-, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Brougham, T.
riding surveyor of Customs. See Strangways, J.
Sheriff of. See Tufton, T., Earl of Thanet.
Westmorland, Earl of. See Fane, T.
Westmorland, John, bill drawn by, 352.
Weston, co. Lincoln, tithes in, lease of, 362, 654.
-, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Surrey, 606
-, complaint against, 71, 78, 84, 89, 204, 216-217, 663, 679, 762
-, overpayment on account, 546, 574
-, petition of, for appointment as Receiver General of Taxes for co. Surrey and Southwark, 608.
-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Devon, appointment of, and salary to, 461.
-, Tho[mas], petition of, 134.
-, Theophilus, underkeeper, Richmond New Park, petition of, for payment, 636
-, salary to, 309, 417, 666.
Wetheridge, Edward, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 380.
executors and residuary legatees of. See Stacey, Rachel
-, Terry, W.
Wexford, county of, farmer of the Hearthmoney for. See Keating, W.
Weymouth, co. Dorset, collector of Customs. See Bower, T.
landwaiter at, 25. See also Wilkins, —.
prize goods and wines at, 234, 255, 645.
prize ship at, 645.
Weymouth, Lord. See Thynne, T.
Wharton, Goodwin, recommendation by, 160.
-, Thomas, bills drawn by, 351, 352.
-, -, Lord [5th Baron afterwards 1st Earl] Wharton, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South, appointment of 761.
-, -, et al., shipowners, petition of, 114, 313.
Wheeler (Wheler), —, colonel, purchase from, of Datchet Ferry, 240.
-, Benj[amin], tidesman, Salcombe, appointment of, 701.
-, Giles, Agent for Prizes, Newfoundland, appointment of, 606.
-, John, contract for cordwood, Dean Forest, 43.
Wherry, Thomas, tidesman and boatman, Bideford, 642.
Whetham, John, collector of Excise, 351.
-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, .
Whetstone, [John, surety for a Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Barbados], 138.
-, [Sir William], admiral, news of, from Jamaica, 152
-, packets carried to, at Jamaica, 710
-, prosecution against, concerning the disposal of prizes in the West Indies, 275, 277.
Whinyard. See Wynyard.
Whitaker (Whitacre, Whittaker), Ann, wife of Edward, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, Charles, junior, Foreign Opposer in the Exchequer Court, petition of, 122
-, salary to, 303, 368, 419, 663.
-, Edward, estate of, charges on, for charitable uses, 185, 535, 764
-, extending of, charges of, 283, 310.
-, -, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, -, son of Edward, reversionary annuity, 719.
Whitbread (Whitebread), Henry, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Bedford, 344.
-, Thomas, alias White, convicted of high treason, 421
-, estate of, 153, 421.
Whitby, co. York, 741.
surveyor of Customs at, to exchange with surveyor at Scarborough, 140. See also Moore, J.
-, Sheldon, R.
Whitchurch, William, petition of, for pardon for the manslaughter of J. Fry, 698.
White, —, house of, malt at, 15.
-, -, petition of, 133.
-, Geo[rge], petition of, 180.
-, John, collector of Customs, Perth Amboy, 661.
-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Cambridge, 160, 461.
-, - warehousekeeper of stamped goods or packer to the Stamp Office, additional salary to, 698, 764.
-, Peter, clerk to H. Pelham, payments to, for attendance during vacation, 221, 613.
-, Thomas, alias Whitbread. See Whitbread, T.
-, -, captain, a Londonderry officer, restoration of, to half pay, 80-81, 737
-, served during the whole war in Ireland, 737.
-, Tho[mas], tidesman, Hull port, dismissed, 606.
Whitebread. See Whitbread.
Whitechapel, co. Middlesex, parish of, encroachments made by, on Well Close, 276.
-, Gilbert, banker, assignees of, annuities to, 379, 381-383. See also Ashby, J.
-, Ashby, W.
-, Banks, W.
-, Brownlow, Sir W.
-, Buckley, R.
-, Burdon, J.
-, Cox, H.
-, Cratchrode, T.
-, Folkingham, E.
-, Frampton, T.
-, Garner, R.
-, Helden, J.
-, Jackson, S.
-, Kirk, T.
-, Lee, R.
-, Leemknell, J.
-, Naylor, W.
-, Penn, S.
-, Pitt, G.
-, Salmon, W.
-, Short, J.
-, Silva Brandao, Donna Catherina de, et al.
-, Smith, T.
-, Sturt, A.
-, Turgiss, T.
-, Tutt, J.
-, Upton, Doro[thy]
-, Vanbrugh, W.
-, Velley, Eliz[abeth]
-, Walker, M.
Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, 615.
collector of Customs. See Fotherby, J.
-, Smith, E.
landwaiter at. See Eden, R.
-, Smith, B.
porters at. See Smith, J.
-, Spedding, E.
tidesmen at. See Hindley, P.
-, Holdcroft, G.
-, Read, J.
-, Smith, B.
-, Smith, J.
-, Spedding, E.
tidesurveyor at. See Harrison, W.
-, Higgins, L.
transport ships of, in the Portugal service, money due to masters of, 162, 424.
Whitehead, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 468.
Whiteman, —, information against, concerning a trade carried on between Ireland and France, 617.
Whitfield (Whitfeild), Ann, reversionary annuity, 718.
-, Walter, Paymaster of the Marine Regiments, 2, 40
-, accounts of, 12, 122, 282
-, appointment of, 11
-, issues or payments to, 1, 2, 8, 29, 40, 42, 50, 51, 59, 61, 91, 223, 252, 282, 291, 333, 350, 408, 486, 489, 518, 526, 575, 583, 707, 757
-, memorials of, 2, 123, 190, 547
-, petitions referred to, 126, 179, 265, 491.
-, (Whitgave), Thomas, pension of, 121, 180, 332, 389, 419, 495, 515, 665
-, petitions of, 121, 180.
Whitley (Whitly), Morgan, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Chester and North Wales, debt of, 220, 224.
estate mortgaged to, 224.
imprisonment of, 220.
petition of, to be set at liberty to recover debts and arrears, 220.
sureties for. See Biddulph, Sir M.
-, Lloyd, L.
-, Whitley, T.
-, Roger, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues, co. Chester and North Wales, appointment by, of D. Peck, as deputy receiver, 194, 582
-, patent of, 195
-, security of, 195
-, surplus on account, 220.
-, Thomas, of Aston, brother of and surety for Morgan, estate of, extended and encumbered, 225, 476
-, mortgage on, 190.
petitions of, etc., concerning composition for debt, 57, 62, 106, 165, 172, 179, 180, 190, 225, 476, 564, 601.
-, Sir William, a Queen's Counsellor at Law, fee to, 528
-, Rymer's Foedera for, 121.
Whitly. See Whitley.
Whittaker. See Whitaker.
-, Richard, of Boston, co. Lincoln, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Lincoln, 754
-, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lincoln, 608, 754.
-, co. Northampton, case relating to, of the Duke of Grafton, 196, 197, 605, 620
-, coppices in, felling of trees for gates, stiles, etc., 196, 605
-, Master, Warden and Ranger of, office of, 209, 648
-, woodward of. See Newton, T.
Whitway, John, boatman, drowned on the Shoreham Customs sloop, bounty to widow and children of, 431.
Whitworth, Charles, [afterwards 1st Baron Whitworth of Galway], employed at Ratisbon, extraordinaries of, 121, 123, 149, 355.
Envoy Extraordinary to the Czar of Russia, at Moscow, 658
-, letter from, relating to the trade of Russia to England in Russian ships, 658
-, ordinary to, 316, 388, 512, 664, 721
-, petition of, 149.
Wiccomoco. See Wicomico.
-, (Weekes, Weeks), Michael, Receiver of Plantation Duties, London port, accounts of, 63, 172, 462
-, bonds of, 272
-, charges against, by the Customs Commissioners, 63, 172, 197, 204, 272, 462, 600, 633
-, counsel for, 63
-, creditor of. See Hunt, W.
-, effects of, petitions for reward for discovery of, 119, 123, 274
-, petitions of, 123, 172, 272, 462.
Wicomico, Wiccomoco, Maryland, surveyor of Customs, salary to, 661. See also Price, E.
Widmere, William, executor of W. Hawkins, payment to, 399.
Wight, Patience, reversionary annuity, 716.
Wight, Isle of, castles and fortifications in, captain and governor of. See Cutts, J., Lord Cutts.
Governor of. See Cutts, J., Lord Cutts.
Lieutenant Governor of. See Morgan, A.
prize brandy burnt in, 712.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Austin, T.
regiments from Ireland mustered in, until their embarcation for Portugal, 362.
ships driven ashore on, 168-169, 464, 497, 674, 712.
Vice-Admiral of. See Powlett, C., Duke of Bolton.
See also Cowes
-, Thorney Bay
-, (Wilcocks, Wilcoks, Willcocks), Edward, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, 8, 59, 62, 73, 122, 164, 156, 253, 264, 371, 400, 662, 680
-, accounts of, 176, 758
-, fee to, 310, 515
-, issues to, 70, 300
-, payments by, 176, 300, 495, 627
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 59, 111, 113, 117, 131, 137, 142, 155, 167, 177, 180, 184, 187, 199, 209, 215, 227, 335, 387, 477, 523, 526, 536, 537, 545, 552, 599, 627, 636, 709
-, warrants to, 176, 227, 495, 509, 545, 547, 553, 593, 610, 627, 768.
-, George, petition of, on behalf of T. Brerewood and the assigns and creditors of T. Pitkin, 165, 172, 454.
-, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Durham], 396
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. York], 396.
Wildbore, [John], captain in Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.
-, Joseph, chief boatman, Deal, appointment of, 596.
-, William, waiter and searcher, Deal, 457.
-, John, captain in Major General W. Stewart's Regiment, company of, arrears to, 172
-, petition of, for arrears, 159, 172, 417.
Wilkes (Wilks), Anto., et al., owners of transport ships hired in Ireland, petition of, 201, 705.
-, Jo[hn], corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
Wilkins, —, presentment of, as landwaiter, Weymouth, 25.
-, -, Mrs., 98.
Wilkinson, Robert, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to the Guards, arrears to, 468.
-, -, tidesman and boatman, Boston port, appointment of, 741.
-, Stephen, boatman, Chester port, dismissed, 409.
-, See also Williamson.
Wilks. See Wilkes.
Willcocks. See Wilcox.
William III (the late King), apothecary to. See Chase, J.
appointments by, 557, 603.
at Windsor Castle. See Windsor Castle.
Attorney General to. See Trevor, Sir T.
bedchamber of, at Hounslow, 281.
chaplain of the Household to, lodging at Kensington, 132-133, 369, 518.
Civil List Revenue of, 89-90
-, arrears of, accounts of, keeping of, 513
-, creditors of, list of, to be made, 211
-, no money of, in the Exchequer, 110, 111, 120, 122, 124, 131, 135, 147, 155, 165, 175, 185, 189, 190, 212
-, payments or issues out of, or payments to be made out of, when there is sufficient in the Exchequer, 3-4, 37, 77, 102, 106, 109, 110, 116, 121, 124, 126, 132, 132-133, 142, 146, 154, 162, 166, 167, 183, 197, 211, 245, 369.
clerk of the Stables to. See Jollivet, E.
Cofferer of the Household to. See Newport, F., Earl of Bradford.
death of, 194, 237, 264, 465, 557, 578, 681, 730, 764.
decision of, concerning pay to Marine Regiments, 8.
footman of. See Collopp, H.
gift promised by, to G. Cholmondley on his marriage, 276.
going to Holland, hirelings attending. See Powell, H., et al.
grants by, of estate of T. Price, 174, 236, 519, 611
-, of estate of Sir R. Strickland, 357
-, of Greenwax fines, 449
-, of revenues of Windsor, 513
-, of use of stables to Greenwich Hospital, 648
-, of the offices of High Steward etc. of the honor of Otford, 764.
groom to. See Oakley, J.
intention of, concerning the New East India Company, 336.
laceman to. See Carr, T.
landing of, in the West, 136.
laying down by, of the Kitchen Garden, Kensington Palace, 734.
lodgings of, at Whitehall Palace, 281.
Master of the Jewel Office to. See Godfrey, C.
Master of the Robes to. See Keppel, A. J. van, Earl of Albemarle
-, Nassau, Count C. de
-, Nassau de Zulestein, W. H., Earl of Rochford.
messenger in ordinary under See Maris, C.
messenger of the Chamber under. See Taylor, T.
order of, 492.
pages of honour of, lodging of, out of Court, 146.
pages of the Bedchamber to, chamber keeper to. See Clark, J.
purveyors to, of meat. See Heard, Jane.
of oats and beans. See Vezian, J.
of wines. See Chaigneau, J.
-, Thompson, S.
Queen of. See Mary II.
reign of, 548, 549, 552, 553, 555, 557, 580, 712.
Royal School of. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.
servants of, at Kensington, lodging of, 111.
debts due to, 27, 234.
in the Office of the Cofferer of the Household, arrears to, and issues and payments for, 258, 548-549, 552, 554
-, out of employment and most necessitous, list of, 258.
in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber, arrears to, issues and payments for, 146, 246, 253, 354, 369, 518, 548.
service of, person killed in, in Ireland, 588.
stables of, at Kensington, deputy surveyor of. See Vaughan, J.
Stud Master to. See Marshall, R.
-, Pullein, T.
treaties made by, with the King of Denmark, 222.
Williams, —, [widow, surety for J. Mason], 205.
-, [Charles], captain in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.
-, Daniel, a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, gift to, from the Queen, at the christening of his child, 678.
-, Evan, locksmith, petition of, for term in house in Richmond, co. Surrey, 676.
-, Is., petition of, 121.
-, John, collector of Customs, Penzance, 560.
-, -, a commissioner to enquire of certain premises, 713.
-, -, lease of outlaws' lands, co. Monmouth, 446.
-, -, proposal of, for disposal of Queen's tin to advantage, 23, 149, 171, 363.
-, -, providing a printing press, issue for, 724.
-, Roger, landwaiter, London port, disabled, 255.
-, Samuel, of Venice, bills on, 54.
-, Thomas, of Venice, bills on, 54.
-, William, highway robber, arrest of, 465.
-, Sir William, Sheriff of Shropshire, debit on account, 336.
Williamsburg, Williamstadt, Maryland, surveyor of Customs, salary to, 660. See also Collier, T.
Williamson (Wilkinson), Edmund, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages, 301, 367, 418, 514, 666.
-, John, his wife, et al., petition of, 191.
-, Mar., widow, petition of, 123.
-, Sir Rob[er]t, petition of, 121.
Williamstadt. See Williamsburg.
Willoughby, John, stamper in the Stamp Office, 374.
-, Sir Thomas, High Steward of the honor of Peverel, grant of office, 646-647
-, grant to, of casual profits of the honor of Peverel, 626-627, 647.
Willson. See Wilson.
Wilshire. See Wiltshire.
-, (Willson), Jam[es], collector of Customs, Bridlington, 526
-, collector of Customs, Scarborough, appointment of, 526.
-, [John], captain in Colonel H. Holt's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.
-, Michael, tidesman and boatman, Boston port, appointment of, 151, 376
-, dismissed, 741.
-, William, sergeant in Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, petition of, for subsistence for service in the West Indies, 169, 410.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses. See Beaven, T.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Beaven, T.
-, Sheriff of. See Long, W.
Wiltshire (Wilshire), John, colonel, of Barbados, merchant, petition of, for appointment as receiver of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Barbados, 190-191.
Receiver of the Casual Revenue, Barbados, appointment of, 530, 548, 550
-, security of, 630
-, surety for. See Barwick, S.
Winchester, co. Southampton, bowling green and tenement adjoining, petition for lease of, 488.
Castle of, fee farm rent issuing out of, arrear of, 640.
Palace, accommodation of, tenements and land purchased for, petition for lease of, 488.
clerk of, 432.
officers of, tenements and land in possession of, considerable cost of, for repairs and wages, 488
-, lease of, petition for, 488.
Queen Anne at, or her progress to, attendance upon, of G. Morley, 397
-, disbursements for, 628
-, expenses of, issue for, 25, 394
-, extraordinary charges, issue for, 24, 394
-, furniture, bedding etc., 387, 463
-, lodgings for maids of honour, 394
-, medicines for the Family, 628
-, servants, riding charges, 645, 731.
tenements in, petition for lease of, 488.
Winchester, Bishop of. See Mew, P.
Winchilsea, Countess Dowager of. See Finch, Elizabeth.
-, Earl of. See Finch, D.
Windebank, John, Doctor of Physic, lease of site of Guildford Castle, etc., 506, 623.
-, Rich[ard], assignee of W. Hunt, petition of, 123.
Windham (Wyndham), —, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.
-, Dame Anne, 302, 367, 417-418, 515, 665.
-, Frances, daughter of Anne, pension to, 302, 367, 417-418, 515, 665.
-, Sir Francis, pension to, 309, 367, 417, 515, 665.
-, Francis, verderer, Dean Forest, 689.
-, Mahaleel, a doorkeeper of the House of Peers, 256, 616.
-, Rachel, daughter of Anne, pension to, 302, 367, 417-418, 515, 665.
-, Thomas, house erected by, 377
-, lease of land in Greencloth Yard, 121, 377, 410, 590.
Window, William, Agent for Prizes on board the Fleet in the Mediterranean, 219, 245.
-, Richard, pensioner, Chatham Chest, petition of, for continuance as pensioner, 159, 165, 401
-, wounded at the taking of Cork and Kinsale, 401.
Windsor, co. Berks, 127, 134, 766.
Castle, canopy used at receptions by the Queen, tester for, 319.
carved work in, 686.
Chapel Royal. See Index of Subjects— Chapels, Royal.
conduit within, keeper of. See Roberts, J.
-, Roberts, M.
entertainment at, of the Ambassador from Morocco and his retinue, 734.
furniture etc. for, 318-319, 357, 364
-, from St. James's Palace, 430.
Gardens and Plantations, maintenance of, 733, 734
-, contractor for. See Wise, H.
works in, 9, 16, 257, 340, 375, 616, 619.
Great Plantation, 733, 734.
goods carried to, payment for, 386.
Governor and Captain of. See FitzRoy, G., Duke of Northumberland.
King of Spain at, 298
-, servant of, lodging of, 298.
lodgings of the Duchess of Marlborough, umbrellas for, 357.
lower gate of, 492.
passage to and from, bridge over the Thames at Datchet for conveniency of, 610.
Queen Anne at, bedding etc. for service of, 319, 357, 364.
congratulating of, upon a victory, 734.
in Council, order of, 681.
in the summer season, 527.
officers, servants, etc., attending, apothecaries' bills for, 298
-, furniture for, 318, 357
-, issues for, 16, 18-19, 284, 314, 348, 465, 466
-, logdings for, 298, 299, 318-319, 645
-, petition of the officers of the Jewel House for allowance, 246
-, travelling charges, 18, 251, 263, 314, 527, 645, 687-688, 731.
petitions laid before, 101, 201, 208.
receptions by, canopy used at, tester for, 319.
Queen's Little House, Withdrawing Room in, furniture for, 319.
Queen's Lodgings, 319.
[Royal] Family at, medicines for, 628.
standard to be rendered at, yearly, by the Duke of Marlborough and his heirs and assigns, for the grant of the honor and manor of Woodstock, 225.
Treasury meeting at, 17, 19, 23, 29, 27, 31, 80, 94, 98.
warrants etc. dated at, 323, 328, 344, 347, 658, 671, 677, 681, 683, 693, 733, 747, 765, 769.
water engine, keeper of. See Taylor, J.
-, leases of, 491
-, worked by mills in Underore, 491.
water supplied to, by engine worked by mills in Underore, 491.
William III at, officers etc. attending, riding charges to, 251.
Works at, Comptroller of. See Wren, Sir C.
issues for, 35, 134, 281, 322, 451, 540, 548, 645, 741.
Paymaster of. See Roberts, W.
plumber to. See Roberts, J.
-, Roberts, M.
Surveyor of. See Ball, J.
Corporation of, charity payable by, to the poor, 491.
charter of, practices endangering, 492.
encroachments licensed by, upon the Queen's Waste, 491-492.
mills of, in Underore, purchase of, 491, 653
-, rented by the Crown, 491.
Forest, Bagshot (Bagshott) Park, custody etc. of, lease of, 166, 477, 549, 594, 618-619.
lodge in, 549, 594
-, hay etc. for, 115.
Ranger and Keeper of. See Butler, C., Earl of Arran
-, Graham, J.
-, Jones, R., Earl of Ranelagh
-, Seymour, Sir E.
Cranbourne (Cranborne) Chase, deer in, hay for, 367, 480
-, lodge in, hay etc. for, 115
-, Ranger of. See Jones, R., Earl of Ranelagh.
enclosure of coppice wood, 680.
Swainmote Court in, 158, 436.
timber from, for building a bridge over the Thames at Datchet, 155, 371, 400, 610.
trees carried out of, under pretence, 680.
work in, payment for, 495.
Great Park, deer in, hay for, 675
-, hay formerly delivered to, representation concerning the grant of, with other chief rents of the manor of Egham, 675
-, lodge or house in, gardens at, maintaining of, 733, 734
-, riding through new grounds, extending of, 227
-, trees, felling and selling of, 227.
honor of, 760.
Invalids, Company of, clothing etc. for, 330, 464
-, invalids drawn out from Chelsea Hospital, 468, 469, 470
-, officers of, petition of, 330.
lands at, purchase of, account of imprests for, 136, 154.
Little Park, enlargement and walling of, 240.
Mote Park, agreement concerning, 24
-, extended for debt, petition concerning, 575
-, rent of, 378, 575, 578, 765.
poor of, charity payable to, 491
-, stables ruined and pillaged by, 240.
Queen's Waste, encroachments upon, 491-492.
revenues of, granted away by William III, 513
-, fees formerly payable out of, to be paid at the Exchequer, 513.
road between, and Datchet Ferry, repairs to, 188, 536, 741.
Shuttleworth's Tavern, 492.
stables at, belonging to the Crown, convenient for a woodyard, 240
-, lease of, 240
-, lessee of. See Rowe, A.
-, report concerning, 103, 240
-, ruinated and pillaged by the poor, 240.
of [Sir J.] Darnell, viewing and purchasing of, 23, 376.
Underore (Under Ore), mills in, belonging to the Corporation of Windsor, purchase of, 491, 653
-, rented by the Crown, 491
-, working the water engine supplying water to Windsor Castle, 491.
Windsor, Ursula, Countess of Plymouth, administratrix to Mary, Duchess of Buckingham, petition of, 117.
Winn, Winne. See Wynne.
Winnington, S., recommendation by, 120, 121.
Winstanley, Elizabeth, widow of Henry, petition of, for provision for her support, 83, 165, 440.
-, Henry, builder of the Eddystone Lighthouse, 83, 440.
-, William, of Chester, cooper, surety for R. Roodey, offer on behalf of, 563
-, petition of, for leave to compound his debt, 134, 321, 563.
-, Daniel, lieutenant in Colonel G. Villiers' Regiment of Marines, accounts of, 491
-, perished in the Restoration in great storm, 179, 491.
-, John, contractor for building ships for the Navy, 549.
-, -, tidesman, Newcastle, appointment of, 701.
-, Mary, widow and executrix of Daniel, petition of, 179, 491.
-, William, drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
-, Thomas, deputy Queen's waiter, [London port], 633
-, landwaiter, London port, appointment of, 633, 701.
Wise, Cha[rles], tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 596.
-, Henry, contractor for keeping and maintaining the Royal Gardens and Parks, bills of, examination of, 616.
date of undertaking to keep the Gardens, 462.
gardens and plantations under the care of, 733-734
-, dimensions of, 683.
payments to, 9, 16, 24, 26, 149, 257, 285-286, 340, 375, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746
-, for allowance for St. James's Park, 26, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746
-, for work not included in contract, 619, 703, 713
-, of 20l. per acre in place of annual payment of 1,600l., 82, 733.
permits for doors into St. James's Park, 290, 330.
petition referred to, 462.
petitions or memorials of, 82, 149, 703, 713
-, for leave to erect a house near Hampton Court Green, 149, 155, 165, 179, 353, 376.
report by, 102.
-, Ro., sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
Wiseman, Samuel, Comptroller of the Malt Lottery Tickets, salary to, 301.
Wishart, [Sir James], admiral, ships under command of, prizes taken by, 764.
Withers, [Henry], major general, lieutenant colonel in the First Regiment of Foot Guards, payment to, 748.
-, [Hunt], lieutenant colonel in the [Royal] Regiment of Fusiliers, 190, 537.
-, Thomas, highway robber, apprehending of, 590.
-, Sir William, Sheriff of London, 531.
Wolfe (Woolf, Woolfe), Henry, lands of, extended for debt, 446.
-, Sir Joseph, Sheriff of London, 465.
-, -, et al., owners of the Joseph and Thomas, reward for defence of the ship against the enemy, 172, 481.
-, Wolfenbuttle, [Brunswick], Court of, 568
-, Duke and Duchess of, mourning for, 346
-, lodgings at, of English Envoy, 568.
Wolseley (Woolseley, Woolsey), [James], captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726, 727.
-, Peter, noontender, London port, 370.
Wolstenholme, John, petition of, 172.
-, Thomas, customer, Bridgwater port, 286.
-, Tho[mas], petition of, 106.
-, Sir Thomas, assignees of, annuity to, 252.
Wood, Amy, wife of William and executrix of A. Welch, annuity to, 380.
-, Caroline, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, Lady or Dame Clara, cause between, and Mrs. Rowe, concerning Hearthmoney tallies, 41, 43, 44-46, 57, 133, 172, 396, 531, 561
-, causes between and Contractors for the Hearthmoney, 531
-, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, [Sir Edward], husband of Lady Clara, 531.
-, John, Auditor of Prests or Imprests and Foreign Accounts, First Fruits, Tenths, Customs and of the Mint and Coinage and other accounts, 247.
-, -, boatman, Deal, appointment of, 596.
-, -, examiner of the Outport Books, 551.
-, Robert, landwaiter, Plymouth, appointment of, 526.
-, Thomas, Agent for Prizes, Jamaica, appointment of, 599.
-, -, Deputy Auditor and Surveyor General of the Revenue, Jamaica, 586.
-, -, riding surveyor of Customs, Bohemia and Sassafras, Maryland, 702.
-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Bedford], 430, 571.
-, William, annuity to, 380.
- See also Woods.
Woodcock, [Daniel, surveyor in the Excise], malt enquiries, 15.
-, John, sword cutler, clothier to the [Royal] Regiment of Fusiliers, 750
-, petition of, for payment, 190, 537.
Woodhouse, John, letter of, 190.
-, (Woodroff, Woodruff), Benjamin, doctor, charges of, towards the maintenance of Greek youths at Oxford, 149, 552
-, debt of, for Salt Duty, 122, 149, 190, 257, 552.
-, John, of London, merchant, petition concerning wine bonds, 149, 335.
-, (Wood), William, surveyor, Ringsend, daughter of, marriage of, 576
-, ship seized by, 371, 575-576
-, son-in-law of. See Trench, F.
- See also Wood.
Woodson, —, complaints by, against the Corporation of Windsor, 491-492.
-, Leonard, petition of, 165.
Woodstock, co. Oxford, honor and manor of, grant of, to the Duke of Marlborough and his heirs and assigns, 225.
Park, erection in, of mansion house [Blenheim Palace] and gardens, by direction of or for the Duke of Marlborough, 290, 313, 761.
charge of, estimate of, 356.
Comptrollers of the Works. See Boulter, W.
-, Joynes, H.
contracts relating to, 356, 727.
inspection of contracts and works, 356.
issues for, 24, 32, 39, 46, 57, 65, 71, 76, 78, 86, 98, 159, 305, 313, 353, 375, 395, 420, 444, 483, 510, 522, 561, 612, 633, 645, 686, 722, 739, 744, 761
-, account of, to be only rendered to the Duke of Marlborough, 313, 522.
state of, 159.
Surveyor of the Works. See Vanbrugh, J.
Woodstock, Lord. See Bentinck, W. H.
Woodward, Jacob, victualling bill, 398.
-, Thomas, failure of, 606.
Woodworth, Ant., sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
Woofull, Rich[ard], petition of, 134.
Woolf, Woolfe. See Wolfe.
Woolseley, Woolsey. See Wolseley.
Woolwich, co. Kent, Yard, issue for, 459.
-, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.
Receiver General of Taxes. See Albert, T.
Worcester, co. Worcester, Receiver General of Taxes. See Albert, T.
Worley, Hen[ry], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.
-, Tho[mas], drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.
Worrell, Thomas, grant of estate of W. Johnson, 149, 647.
Worsley, Charles, son and executor of Sir James, annuity to, 380.
-, Jam[es], son and executor of Sir James, annuity to, 380.
-, Sir James, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 380.
Wortshall. See Birstall.
Wragg, William, et al., partners, tobacco duty bonds, 705, 769.
Wraggoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.
Wrayford, —, widow of Robert, petition of, 535.
-, Robert, a suicide, forfeited estate of, 207, 535.
-, (Wrenn), Sir Christopher, a Principal Officer of the Works [and Surveyor General of the Works], 648
-, contract between, and carpenter at Newmarket, 620
-, going to Woodstock, 356
-, instructions, directions or orders to, 23, 87, 99, 133, 137, 195, 322, 332, 356, 376, 592, 599, 614, 659, 699, 737, 766, 768
-, memorials etc. of, 67, 165
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 117, 148, 195, 209, 335, 439, 592, 599, 636, 637, 644, 646, 713, 733, 750, 766
-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 21, 30, 74, 87
-, warrants to, 295, 583.
[a Commissioner for Chelsea Hospital], 188, 762.
Comptroller of the Works, Windsor Castle, fee to, 513.
debt due to, in the reign of William III, 749.
lodgings of, at Hampton Court Green, 749.
petition of, for lease of lodgings at Hampton Court Green as recompense for dues and services, 749.
service of, to the Crown without consideration for extraordinary services, 749.
-, co. Denbigh, nominees of and for. See Ellis, P., et al.
-, Town Hall of, repairing or rebuilding of, lease of shops for, 123, 272, 654.
Wright, —, Mrs., physic for, 628.
-, Broughton, Agent and Storekeeper for Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty, London and Rochester ports, petition of, for reward for service, 202.
-, Geo[rge], clerk, chaplain for the Leeward Islands, 450.
-, [Sir Nathan], Lord Keeper [of the Great Seal], 196.
-, Robert, lands in possession of, lease of, 556.
Wriothesly, Hen[ry], collector and surveyor of Customs, Annapolis, 401.
Wroth, John, junior, captain, recommendation of, as Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, 208, 680, 695.
-, Duke of, pretensions of, on account of sick and wounded, 66.
Wych, John, Resident with the Hanse Towns, ordinary to, 315, 388, 512, 665, 721.
Wychwood Forest, co. Oxford, fee farm rent issuing out of, 79, 643.
Wyn. See Wynne.
Wyndham. See Windham.
Wyneve, John, a Commissioner for Salt Duties, 650.
Wynne (Winn, Winne, Wyn, Wynn), Cadwallader, outlaw, lands of, in co. Denbigh, 670.
-, Ja[mes], cornet, petition of, 134, 149.
-, John, Solicitor for Prizes, 42, 520.
-, Sir John, suit against, 362.
-, Owen, colonel, petition of, 186, 213, 536
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, .
-, Rowland, assignee of J. Lindsay, annuity to, 384.
-, Rowland Aynsworth, executor of Rowland, annuity to, 384.
Wynyard (Whinyard), Ann, daughter of John. See Incledon, Ann.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of John, grant of office of housekeeper of Westminster Palace, 406.
-, Grace, daughter of John, grant of office of housekeeper of Westminster Palace, 406.
-, John, housekeeper of Westminster Palace, appointment of, and fee to, 406.
-, Margaret, wife of John, grant of office of housekeeper of Westminster Palace, 406.
Wyvell (Wyvill), Cath[erine], reversionary annuity, 719.
-, Edward, supers set upon, discharge of, 676.
-, Francis, captain, commander of the Barfleur at Vigo, employment of, at sea, 17, 134
-, petition of, for reward, 17, 122, 134.
-, -, lease of part of wind oil mill in Sculcoates and tenements in Beverley, 364.
-, -, reversionary annuity, 719.
-, -, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Durham, Northumberland, York, city of York, Berwick and Newcastle, 607.
-, Sir Marmaduke, a Commissioner of Excise and Malt, 655.