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Cabinet Tables. See Tables.

Cabinets
-, at St. James's Palace, 430
-, carrying of, from St. James's Palace to Windsor, 430
-, for Queen's body linen, 320
-, Indian, 430
-, making of, 430
-, mending of, 430
-, models for, 430
-, of Turkey leather, 320
-, of walnut, 430
-, varnishing of, 430.

Calico or Calicoes, duties on. See Customs—duties.

merchants interested in. See Merchants and Traders—trading or interested in, calicoes.

prize, sale of, petition concerning, 453.

quilt, for lodgings at Hampton Court, 318.

staining or printing of—

liquid compositions for, composition of, 429, 529
-, trying and determining of, 529.

importing of, from Holland, 163, 529.

seizure of, 163, 429, 509, 529
-, restoration of, 529.

printer (P. Mauvillan), petition of etc., concerning seizure of liquid compositions, 163, 186, 429, 509, 529
-, workman of, evidence of, concerning liquid compositions, 529.

trade of, improvement of, 529
-, observation for, made in Holland, 529.

Cambric
-, (Cambricks), from Holland, seizure of, 244-245
-, merchant interested in. See Merchants and Traders—trading or interested in, cambrics
-, pieces of, for the Queen, 572.

Camps. See Army—camps.

Canals

at Kensington, 734.

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

Candle, inch of, sales by, of prize wines. See Wines—prize, sales of.

Candles
-, for Forces. See Army—Guards and Garrisons, garrisons, fire and candle
-, Army—in Ireland, garrisons, fire and candle.

for House of Commons, 254.

Candlesticks

brass, 429, 430, 572.

extinguishers for, 429, 430, 572.

for—

House of Commons, 430
-, Lords' Smoking Room, House of Lords, 429
-, New Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429
-, Queen's Private Chapel, 322
-, use of footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572.

in House of Commons, 430.

pewter, 429, 430.

silver, 322.

stands for, 430.

with snuffers or nozzles, 429, 572.

Cane Chairs. See Chairs.

Canoes, 660.

Canopies
-, of State, provision of, for Great Drawing Room at St. James's Palace, 512
-, used at Queen's receptions, testers for, 319.

Canvas
-, borders for hangings, 328
-, wrappings for bedding, 357.

Capitation Tax
-, See Assessments—First 3s. Aid
-, Fifth 4s. Aid.

Caps, velvet, for drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653.

Carbines. See Arms and Ammunition.

Carpenters
-, at Newmarket (— Sandover), payment to, on contract for removing forge etc., 620
-, master carpenter. See Works and Buildings.

Carpets

at St. James's Palace, 322.

cleaning of, 322, 328.

cloth, 430.

foot, 376.

for—

chapel of Ambassador, 376
-, House of Commons, 430
-, House of Lords, 429
-, St. James's Palace, 328, 429, 465.

leather, 430.

mending of, 322, 328.

Persian, 430.

silk, 322.

table, 430, 456, 457.

Turkey, 429, 430.

velvet, 328, 465.

Carriers
-, Chester Carrier (J. Harrison), failure and insolvency of, 257
-, despatched by Envoy Extraordinary, 479
-, of Royal Letters. See Court Post.

Carts
-, employed in watering Hyde Park, 300
-, passage for, from King Street into New Palace Yard, enlarging of, 562.

See also Wagons.

Carving
-, at Windsor Castle, 686
-, carved frames. See Frames.

Cascarilla (Cascarella, Jesuits Bark), product of Spanish West Indies, seizure of, 685.

Case Makers, payments to, 457, 460.

Cases
-, for furniture and furnishings, 319
-, deal, 357, 463
-, serge, 322
-, shalloon, 319.

Castles, sites of. See Lands—Crown.

See also Index of Persons and Places—Cowes
-, Dublin
-, Guildford, co. Surrey
-, Holt Castle
-, Ludlow
-, Pendennis Castle
-, Tynemouth Castle
-, Wight, Isle of
-, Winchester
-, Windsor
-, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
-, York.

Cathedral, at Lichfield, 418.

Cattle
-, feeding in Waltham Forest, 722
-, forfeited estate consisting chiefly of, 498, 531
-, sold by surety of postmaster, 761.

Ceremonies
-, Marshal of (J. English), allowance for attendance on Foreign Ministers, 731
-, salary to, 302, 508.

Master of (Sir C. Cotterell), annuity or allowance to, in lieu of bills, 300, 367, 371, 417, 515, 532, 667
-, assistant to (C. Cotterell), fee to, 302, 368, 417, 515, 666
-, fee or salary to, 302, 368, 417, 515, 666
-, issues to, for presents to Envoys, 67, 618, 678, 768.

Cevennois (Sevennois), assistance of, payments for, 43, 62, 500, 589.

Chain
-, gold, for Lord Chamberlain, 364
-, for master of transport ship, 512.

Chairs

arm or elbow, 319, 430, 463, 704.

at—

Kensington, 296, 319
-, St. James's Palace, 430, 452
-, St. Paul's Church, 463
-, Winchester, 463
-, Windsor, 430.

back, 430.

brushes for, 430.

cane, 318, 387, 430, 572.

carrying of, from St. James's Palace to Windsor, 430.

cases for, 319.

covering etc. of, 430.

dressing, 319.

folding, 328.

for—

chapel of Ambassador, 376
-, Guard Room at Whitehall, 530
-, Hampton Court lodgings, 318
-, House of Commons, 430
-, House of Lords, 429
-, Kensington, 342
-, Newmarket, 704
-, St. James's Palace, 429, 572
-, Winchester, 387
-, Windsor, 319.

in House of Commons, 430.

repairing and varnishing of, 296, 328, 452, 463.

State, 319, 342, 463.

Turkey work, 429, 430.

Chamber, The

Backstairs, pages of, 730
-, attending the Queen, payment to, for journeys to and from Kensington, 628
-, bed furniture for, 588
-, delivery to, of silver standish for the Queen, 478
-, servants of, bed furniture for, 588.

establishment of, 18, 298, 314, 628
-, alteration of, 628
-, clause in, for reduction of number of messengers, to be revoked, 553.

grooms of, disbursements of, in cleaning lodgings at the Cockpit etc., 628.

messengers (40) of, arrears of, 165, 548
-, release of, to the Crown, 755.

attending the Customs. See Customs.

attending the Lord Treasurer. See Exchequer Receipt—Lord High Treasurer.

bills of, 116, 348, 645.

fined and imprisoned for delaying to prosecute a seizure, 755.

number of, reduction of, to thirty, revocation of clause for, in establishment, 553
-, forty thought necessary in reigns of Charles II and William III and still occasion for that number, 553.

salaries, 553.

officers and servants of, attending the Queen at Windsor or Hampton Court, riding charges to, 18-19, 314. See also Royal Household—servants of.

riding charges, 628.

Treasurer of (Viscount FitzHardinge, Lord Edward Russell), 297.

accounts of, fees for passing, 290.

clerk to (J. Holbech), allowance to, 298.

deputy to, 99.

issues or imprests to, 4, 16, 24, 36, 93, 99, 146, 226, 253, 284, 348, 354, 369, 378, 386, 394, 465, 546, 548, 644, 730, 756, 769.

Office of, 36, 93, 99, 348, 378, 386, 644, 756.

arrears due in, 354, 369
-, to messenger to be released to Crown, 755.

books of, 553.

customary allowances in, 298-299, 348.

Deputy Comptroller of (W. Vanbrugh), 21, 133, 204, 209, 298, 628
-, petitions referred to, and reports by, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 114, 119, 132, 143, 146, 201, 205, 214, 246, 636, 687.

establishment of, wages on, 348, 386, 465, 645, 730.

extraordinary charges, 297-298, 348, 628.

payment out of, allowance in lieu of, 300.

payments by, 98, 146, 225, 250, 251, 253, 263, 298, 308, 314, 354, 369, 406, 518, 527, 546, 548, 553, 733, 755.

petitions or memorials of, 112, 146, 290.

Chamber Pots

for—

footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572
-, House of Commons, 430
-, House of Lords, 429
-, New Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429.

pewter, 429, 430.

Chancery, Court of, 211.

bill in, 283.

decrees in, 303, 764.

in Ireland, account to be transmitted to, 136.

Masters in (11). petitions of, 103, 206
-, salaries, 265, 325, 485, 659, 685.

officers of, paying stamp duties, allowance to, 744.

originals transcribed out of, into the Court of Exchequer, 367, 423.

Rules and Orders of, stamp duties for, 744.

suit in, 573.

Chapels

at Whitehall, altar piece formerly in, delivery of, to Dean and Chapter of Westminster for their Collegiate Church, 583.

in the Savoy, and house adjoining, petition of High German Lutheran Church for grant of, 129, 293.

of Ambassador, cloth of state, furniture, prayer books etc. for, 376.

of ease, in Russell Court, charge of, 17
-, royal bounty towards, petition for, and grant of, 17, 126, 332, 354.

viewing of, 17, 126, 332.

Royal—

at St. James's Palace, 527, 645, 679.

at Windsor, 357, 679.

bell ringer, riding charges, 109, 251.

chaplains. See Chaplains— Queen's.

children of (M. Benson, W. Gwatkins, J. Preist, N. Preist, J. Robinson, H. Silvester), liveries for, 405.

master of, duty of, 251
-, riding charges, 251.

riding charges, 251.

surplices for, 679.

whose voices had changed, clothing delivered to, 279, 547, 653
-, detailed, 250.

customary allowances to, 250, 298, 308, 348, 645, 731.

closet keeper (C. Lucas), appointment of, 263
-, delivery to, of candlesticks for the Queen's private chapel, 322
-, petty disbursements by, 298
-, riding charges, 263, 284, 731.

communion table, diaper for, 679.

establishment of, riding charges of, 251.

gentlemen of (R. Elford, — Linacre, D. Williams), additional allowance to, 82, 208, 694
-, duty of, 251
-, gift from Queen at christening, 678
-, one directed to read prayers twice a day in chapel at St. James's Palace during Queen's absence at Windsor or elsewhere in summer season, payment to, 527, 645
-, petitions or memorials of, 109, 206, 251
-, riding charges, 16, 109, 206, 251, 263, 284, 731
-, surplices for, 679.

groom of the vestry (M. Fairlis), allowance to, for brooms, mops etc., 298, 731.

inferior officers of, riding charges, 251.

ministers, surplices for, 679.

[musician] (J. Shore), riding charges, 109, 251.

organ blower, riding charges, 109, 251.

organ loft, curtains for, 357.

organists, duty of, 251
-, riding charges, 251.

prayers, reading of, 527, 645.

Queen's private chapel, candlesticks for, 322.

riding charges, 251, 284.

serjeant of the vestry, delivery to, of fine Holland and diaper, 679
-, riding charges, 251.

sub-almoner (R. Battle), arrears of, 124
-, petition of, 124
-, riding charges, 527, 645.

sub-dean, surplices for, 679.

Chaplains

Army (J. Jackson, A. Laussac, C. Livesay), 114, 144, 213, 237, 294, 352, 681, 683, 724.

at Chelsea Hospital, petition for place of, 207, 635.

going to Algiers (G. Holmes), royal bounty to, 79, 200
-, salary to, 79, 200
-, to reside with the Consul, 200.

going to the Plantations, passage money to—

Antigua (J. Howlett), 601
-, Bermudas (T. Lloyd), 256
-, Carolina (W. Dunn, F. le Jan), 482, 495
-, Jamaica (A. Auchanleck, I. Grace, W. Rudd, A. Smith), 256, 510, 688, 619
-, Jerseys, The (W. Black, A. Mackenzie, E. Roberts, G. Ross), 242, 495, 755
-, Leeward Islands (J. Arbuthnot, S. Outlaw, J. Ray, J. Tookerman, G. Wright), 258, 443, 450, 457, 551
-, Maryland (S. Grey, R. Owen), 407, 437
-, New York (W. Guy), 129, 315
-, Newfoundland (J. Rice), 266
-, Virginia (G. Tillyard), 431.

of Hospital in the Savoy ([L.] Cole, — Hook, [J.] Lamb, [N.] Onely), payments to, 405.

Queen's, in ordinary, 465
-, in waiting, 298
-, lodgings for, 132, 246, 298, 369, 465, 518, 645
-, of the Royal Household ([E.] Landy), 132, 246, 369, 518.

Chapmen, Petty. See Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen.

Charities

to—

French refugees. See Refugees, French—royal bounty or charity to
-, poor of Chipstead, 764
-, poor of St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, London, 764
-, poor of Windsor, 491
-, poor of York. See Crematt Money
-, poor clergy. See Queen Anne's Bounty.

vested in the Queen, grant of, 211
-, petitions concerning, 211, 250.

See also Crematt Money
-, Perpetuities
-, Royal Bounty.

Charters, of—

Corporation of Queen Anne's Bounty, 446
-, East India Company, 336
-, proprietors of the Jerseys, 307
-, Royal School of William III, 454.

Chatham Chest. See Navy.

Cheese, for—

Army in Ireland, 412
-, Navy Victuallers, lost in storm, 320, 457, 458.

Chester Herald. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Chests

at Kensington, 463.

brasswork, gilding of, 463.

for New Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429.

found in sea off Jamaica and containing Spanish money, 274, 296-297.

Indian, 463.

iron, 274, 296.

iron-bound, 429.

leather cover for, 463.

Children, of—

Chapel Royal. See Chapels— Royal.

Christ's Hospital. See Mathematical Boys.

Chimney Glasses. See Glass and Glasses.

China Wares, duties on. See Customs— duties.

Chirurgeons

Army (T. Adams, C. Dummer, C. Lynn, W. Nelson), 201, 203, 237, 294, 500, 566, 683, 755.

in Massachusetts Bay (F. Gahtmant), 501.

of Chelsea Hospital ([J.] Noads), 613.

See also Physicians.

Chocolate, duties on. See Excise— duties, on coffee.

Christening Gifts. See Gifts.

Christmas Gifts. See Gifts.

Churches

Bladon and Stonesfield, advowsons of, 225.

Dutch, in England, freedom and liberties of, 576.

English Episcopal, in Rotterdam, building of, 576
-, establishment for, 576
-, trustees for, 576.

erected on Well Close, Stepney, 276.

French, at Wapping, arrears of rent, 82, 735
-, minister of (L. de la Prade), allowance for, 82, 735.

High German Lutheran, in the Savoy, minister and churchwardens of, petition of, for grant of chapel and dwellinghouse, 129, 293.

Portchester, repair of, 387.

St. Olave, York, rebuilding of, 134, 297.

St. Paul's Church, London. See Index of Persons and Places— London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.

See also Abbey
-, Cathedral
-, Chapels
-, Monastery
-, Priories.

Churchwardens, of—

High German Lutheran Church in the Savoy, 293
-, St Botolph, London, 427
-, St. John [the] Baptist, London, 666
-, St. Magnus, London, 563
-, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 354
-, St. Michael, Cornhill, London, 363, 508.

Cider
-, duties on. See Excise—duties
-, prize, not worth the duties, petition to compound for, 752.

Cinders, duties on. See Customs—duties, on coals.

Citron
-, (Cittern), merchant interested in. See Merchants and Traders—trading or interested in, citron
-, seizure of, as being product of Portuguese West Indies, 202, 639, 702-703.

Civil Law
-, Doctor of (T. Boucher), 482
-, Professor of, in Oxford University (T. Boucher), fee to, 482.

Civil List

Act for (1 Anne, c.l), 155, 179, 213, 376, 627.

debt due on, petition of creditors, 206.

due before and after Queen Anne's succession, keeping of, in separate accounts, 513.

Ireland, pension on, transfer of, 649.

loan for (500,000l.), Hereditary and Temporary Excise charged with 6,000l. per week as security for (by 7-8 Wm. III, c. 30), 89.

loan from, issue towards making good, 523.

New York, loans from, for use of Forces, 557.

overcharged, 210, 214.

payments or issues out of, 1, 4, 6, 10, 16, 19, 22, 23, 30, 32, 37, 40, 43, 50, 52, 54, 62, 65, 67, 78, 94, 98, 99, 138, 156, 208, 226, 242, 257, 258, 264, 265, 284, 285, 286, 316, 317, 322, 325, 329, 332, 334, 339, 348, 369, 372, 375, 386, 394, 395, 399, 409, 416, 420, 425, 428, 442, 444, 451, 453, 459, 465, 481, 483, 484, 485, 489, 493, 505, 510, 512, 519, 528, 537, 540, 646, 548, 552, 554, 561, 562, 572, 576, 587, 589, 590, 591, 593, 598, 612, 619, 620, 634, 639, 641, 644, 645, 646, 650, 653, 658, 660, 663, 685, 686, 697, 705, 722, 729, 730, 739, 741, 743, 745, 746, 748, 749, 755, 761, 762, 769, 770.

pensions on, given by Queen Anne, more than the Civil List revenue can bear, 209.

provision for, of 700,000l. per week (by 9 Wm. III, c. 23), 89.

of surplus of Additional Excise of 9d. per barrel for 99 years as a fund for annuities (by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, clause 25), 89
-, Crown deprived of (by 6 Anne, c. 39), 89-90
-, within disposal of the King or Treasury, 89.

William III's, 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.

Civil Magistrate. See Magistrate.

Civil Wars. See War.

Clarencieux King. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Clay, for making tiles, 667.

Cleaner, of the office of the Trustees for Exchequer Bills, salary to, 259.

Cleopatra, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Clergy
-, in Durham, pensions payable to, complaint concerning stoppage of taxes, 104, 113
-, of Ireland, petition of, 104
-, poor, Queen's bounty or charity to. See Queen Anne's Bounty.

See also Archbishops
-, Archdeacons
-, Bishops
-, Chaplains
-, Churchwardens
-, Ministers
-, Parson
-, Petty Canons
-, Preachers
-, Vicars.

Clippers. See Mint.

Cloaks, for drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653.

Clock House, on waste ground near dwelling house in Scotland Yard, 213, 637.

Clocks
-, formerly in New Palace Yard, 183
-, of Queen of Morocco, mending of, 539.

Cloth
-, Dutch, duties on. See Customs— duties, on linen cloth, thread and tape
-, fine, advantage of using Spanish cloth in the making of, 530
-, linen cloth. See Linen
-, of gold, 463
-, of State, 376
-, plain, 250
-, served into Great Wardrobe for use of Charles II, 442.

See also Carpets
-, Furniture— coverings for.

Clothiers

of co. York, petition of, 266.

to Army (Forces)—

Abroad—

in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries, creditors of, 590
-, payments to, 75, 161, 590
-, petitions for payment, 139, 151, 159, 161, 172, 425, 445, 590.

in Portugal, 643, 691, 692
-, creditors of, 590
-, payments to, 75, 161, 264-265, 307, 590
-, petitions of, 110, 125, 139, 151, 161, 273, 307, 445, 590.

in Spain and Catalonia (W. Churchill, R. Harnage). 70, 75, 572, 631, 672, 673,

in West Indies (Jamaica), memorial and applications for payment, 211, 373.

payments to, 75.

Guards and Garrisons, regiments and troops (J. Woodcroft), 190, 537, 750
-, sea service regiments (J. Dugan, J. Key, J. Leathley, R. Petre, R. Potter, H. Stapleton, A. Stewart, B. Taylor), petitions etc., 132, 135, 150, 214, 321, 326, 352, 505, 529, 573, 584, 594, 638, 750.

in Ireland (J. Kane, et al.), payments to, 736
-, petition of, 159, 172, 425.

petitions or applications of, for payment, 115, 167, 204, 457, 749.

regiments (J. Cardy), petition of, 167, 352.

representation and report concerning, 80, 84, 675, 749.

to Marine Regiments—

Two Old (or First and Second) Regiments (R. Cordwent, H. Cornish, Sir S. Evans), payments to, 248, 675
-, relief of, Act for [4-5 Anne, private, no. 12], 675.

Six Marine Regiments (B. Baylies, H. Emmett, P. Gery, J. London), 112, 126, 161, 190, 265, 451, 453, 547.

Clothing

for Army (Forces)—

Abroad, 75.

in Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries, 75, 120, 121, 159, 425, 530, 590, 634.

in Portugal, 6, 24, 75, 76, 95, 200, 202, 243, 264-265, 273, 291, 304, 307, 373, 590, 636, 643, 657, 691, 692, 692-693, 739, 753.

in Spain and Catalonia, 70, 75, 572, 631, 643, 672, 673, 692
-, for Spanish forces, 62, 591, 631, 673
-, sent to Portugal, 79.

in West Indies (Jamaica), 211, 373.

contracts for, 594, 749, 750.

deductions for (as by 3-4 Anne, c. 5), 753.

Guards and Garrisons—

garrisons, 311, 598.

Independent Companies of Foot, 311, 312, 407, 687.

Invalids, 261, 262, 330, 464, 569.

regiments and troops, 190, 436, 537, 750
-, sea service regiments, 88, 150, 199, 232, 278, 297, 306, 321, 326, 352, 436, 504-505, 509, 529-530, 573, 583, 584, 594, 612, 634, 638, 662, 672, 687, 692, 730, 750.

in Expedition to Spain, 71-72.

in Ireland, 6, 88, 159, 199, 200, 243, 425, 636, 692-693, 736, 737, 739, 769.

patterns for, 537, 594, 749, 750.

regiments, 204, 352, 457, 580, 594, 749.

regulations concerning, 204, 594, 749, 750.

supplied by Protestants from France, 580.

for children of the Chapel Royal, 250, 279, 547, 653.

for Marine Regiments—

Two Old (or First and Second) Regiments, 248, 675.

Six Marine Regiments, 126, 190, 265, 451, 453, 547.

lost in shipwreck, 564.

merchants interested in. See Merchants and Traders—trading or interested in, clothing.

See also Belts
-, Breeches
-, Caps
-, Cloaks
-, Coats
-, Cravats
-, Cuffs
-, Gala Clothes
-, Gloves
-, Handkerchiefs
-, Hats
-, Liveries
-, Neck Cloths
-, Shirts
-, Shoes
-, Stockings.

Coach Houses
-, at Newmarket, removal of, 620
-, in Newton Street, lease of, 230.

Coaches
-, hire of, expenses for, 134, 189, 734
-, passage for, from King Street into New Palace Yard, petition for enlargement of, 562.

See also Hackney Coaches.

Coal, basket for, for New Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, 429.

duties on. See Customs—duties.

for Gibraltar garrison, duties demanded on, 457.

for House of Commons, 254.

for Portsmouth garrison, 691
-, carrying of, by Navy ships, saving by, 712.

imported into Ireland, accounts of, keeper of, 253.

measure of, 691.

pit coal, smelting of lead with, company for, 627.

price of, 691.

sea coal, ship of, for Forces on board the Fleet, 26, 397
-, smelting of lead with, company for, 627.

ships and vessels laden with, removal of embargo, 595.

traders in. See Merchants and Traders—trading or interested in, coal.

Coast Officer. See Customs.

Coastwaiters. See Customs.

Coats, for—

drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653
-, sergeants of French Regiments, 71
-, trumpeters and kettledrummer of Regiment of Horse, 388.

Cochineal, product of Spanish West Indies, seizure of, 685.

Cocks, great brass, at Hampton Court, turning of, payment for, 264.

Codfish. See Fish.

Coffee, duties on. See Excise—duties.

Coinage Acts. See Parliament—Acts of.

Coinage Duty
-, auditors of. See Imprests, Auditors of
-, issue out of, 460.

Coiners. See Mint.

Coining
-, See Mint
-, Presses.

Coins

albertins, exchange equivalence of, 684.

crowns, 3, 60, 90, 98, 157, 226, 541, 558
-, crown piece, 604
-, exchange equivalence of, 4, 20, 22, 23, 32, 33, 36, 49, 54, 58, 59, 60, 65, 67, 76, 86, 93, 99, 304, 334, 340, 360, 428, 452, 466, 519, 578, 581, 587, 613, 656, 684, 729, 767
-, French, exchange equivalence of, 87
-, see also Coins—patacon.

crusados, Portuguese, exchange equivalence of, 58.

dollars, 34, 46, 386, 439, 540, 740, 755, 767
-, exchange equivalence of, 26, 44, 57, 79, 85, 466, 493, 511, 664, 687, 724, 753
-, Mexico, 57
-, pillar, 57
-, rixdollars, 41, 60, 79, 466, 486, 493, 664, 753.

doubloons, 755.

ducatoon (ducattoon), exchange equivalence of, 684.

ducats, exchange equivalence of, 54, 62, 591, 684
-, single and double, making of press for coining of, for Elector Palatine, 257.

farthings, 118.

florins, 98, 743
-, exchange equivalence of, 39.

guilders and stivers (stuivers), 38, 459, 592
-, difference of value at Amsterdam and Antwerp, 85, 683, 684, 708
-, exchange equivalence of, 29, 62, 78, 99, 372, 559, 587, 589, 598, 632, 684, 724, 767.

guineas, 471, 504, 506, 604
-, exchange equivalence of, 684
-, fall of, loss by, 145
-, value of, 604.

halfpence, 118.

livres, exchange equivalence of, 40, 228, 580
-, French, 27, 40
-, Piedmont, 228
-, Tournois, 580.

marks, 108, 301, 310.

milreis and reis, 390
-, exchange equivalence of, 38, 43, 44, 46, 70, 74, 75, 92, 168, 408, 447, 453, 475, 482, 492, 495, 510, 546, 725.

nobles, 108, 307, 573.

patacon (pattacon) or crown, exchange equivalence of, 684.

penny, 633.

pieces of eight, 447, 725, 740, 766
-, exchange equivalence of, 40, 55, 57, 58, 60, 74, 87, 92, 93, 95, 579, 583, 724, 757.

pistoles, exchange equivalence of, 87, 684
-, French and Spanish, exchange equivalence of, 55, 58, 93, 724.

reis. See Coins—milreis and reis.

schillings, exchange equivalence of, 684.

sols (solz), 724.

sous, of Piedmont, exchange equivalence of, 20, 23, 32, 33, 49, 58, 60, 65, 67, 86, 93, 228, 304, 340, 360, 428, 519, 578, 729, 767.

souverain, exchange equivalence of, 684.

stivers. See Coins—guilders and stivers.

See also Exchange, Rates of
-, Mint—coining
-, Mint—money
-, Money.

Colds, violent, occasioned to lieutenant colonel by Army service, 410.

Collar Days, lists of, printing of, 299.

Colleges. See Schools.

Colonies. See Plantations and Colonies.

Common Pleas, Court of, Clerk of the Estreats (W. East), fee to, 317, 368.

Justices or Judges of (R. Dormer, Sir E. Nevill), admitted within a term, full salary to, 578
-, appointment of, 572
-, executors of, payment to, 510
-, fee or salary to, 578.

suit in, 647.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Commons, House of, 12, 373.

account required by, of Ordnance stores sent to the Plantations, 116.

Acts, Proclamations, etc. for, printing and delivering of, 506.

addresses of, 7, 10, 484.

bills, engrossing of, 740.

brooms for, 254.

brushes for, 430.

candles for, 2

candlesticks, brass, 430
-, extinguishers for, 430
-, pewter, 430
-, snuffers and pans for, 430
-, stands for, 430.

carpets for, 430.

ceilings of, brushes for, 430.

chairs for, 430
-, brushes for, 430.

chamber pots for, 430.

cleaning of, 740.

Clerk Assistant attending (C. Needler), payment to, 740.

Clerk of, payment to, 317
-, printed Acts of Parliament etc. for, 338, 507
-, stationery for, 507.

clerks et al. of, desks and tables of, covering of, 430
-, issue for, 94, 740.

closet, hangings and carpet for, 430.

coals for, 254.

Committee Rooms, carpets for, 430.

Committees, 8, 9, 89.

curtains, window, for, 430.

cushions for, 430.

Debates, 8, 89.

depriving the Crown of a source of revenue, 89.

furniture and furnishings for, 430.

grant by, 9.

housekeeper to (T. Smith), payment to, 740.

Journals of, references to, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 60, 89.

lamps or lights, set up in Westminster Hall, the Court of Requests and other places for the accommodation of, setting up, repairing and maintaining of, 121, 269, 286, 674.

letters for, payment for delivery of, 585.

Members of, 27.

messengers of, serving orders, reward to, 254.

mops for, 254.

orders of, 286
-, rewards for serving, 254.

representation from, 414.

resolutions of, 89, 493.

seats of, brushes for, 430
-, covering of, etc., 430.

Serjeant-at-Arms attending. See Serjeants-at-Arms.

Speaker of (R. Harley, J. Smith), allowance to, 252, 558, 638, 699
-, chair of, covering etc. of, 430
-, equipage of, allowance towards, 451
-, letter to, concerning title to an estate, 103-104
-, plate for, 468
-, printed Acts of Parliament etc. for, 338, 507
-, stationery for, 507.

Speaker's Room, tables and stands in, varnishing of, 430.

stationery for, 506.

stools for, 430.

sweets for, 254.

under clerks (four) attending (H. Burrough, G. Coles, J. Courthope, J. Hooks), payment to, 740.

votes of, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 60, 120.

See also Parliament.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Conduits
-, on land in Hedge Lane, 287
-, within Windsor Castle, keeper of, 354.

Congress, at Tyrnau, 622, 689.

Conspiracy, Scotch. See Scotch Conspiracy.

Constables, in Massachusetts Bay, services of, in apprehending etc. pirates and their treasure, 502, 503.

Consuls, French and Spanish, at the Court of the Emperor of Morocco, to engage him in their cause and hinder the relief of Gibraltar, 185, 539.

See also Ambassadors.

Consumption, French prisoner suffering from, 129.

Continued Impositions. See Customs— duties.

Contraband Goods. See Customs.

Cook, petition of, concerning arrears, 142.

Coopers
-, of Chester and surety for merchant's Customs duties, petition of, 321
-, of the Victualling Office, letter relating to, 195.

Cordebeck Hats. See Hats.

Corn

for—

deer in St. James's Park, 399
-, Forces, 43, 49, 519, 592
-, Gibraltar, from Morocco, bread and flour granted instead of, 539.

malted, distiller of, petition of, concerning an information in the Excise, 176, 489.

price of, small, 761.

Corn Mills. See Mills—water corn mills.

Cornet Tables. See Tables.

Cornishes. See Valances and Cornishes.

Coronation, particular services relating to, expense for, 745.

Corporations

books, files and proceedings of, inspectors of, establishment of, 744.

frauds and omissions in, concerning Stamp duties, 744, 772.

of Dartmouth, perpetuity to, 304, 308, 418, 666.

officers of, influence on, to deter them from Stamp duty offences, 772
-, paying Stamp duties, allowance of poundage to, 744.

Correspondence
-, of Envoy Extraordinary, expenses for, 479, 480
-, with enemies of the Queen, prosecution for, 283.

Cotton House and Gardens
-, deeds relating to purchase of, to be reconsidered, 659
-, library. See Libraries.

Council. See Privy Council.

Counsel. See Queen's Counsel.

Counterfeiters. See Mint—coiners and counterfeiters.

Court Martial, 530.

Court Post, or carrier of all royal letters and despatches between the Court or place of residence and the first Post Stage or Post Office (H. Andrews), salary to, 402.

Court Roll. See Manors.

Courts

actions, officers of Mint freed from, by ancient privilege, 361.

arrests, officers of Mint freed from, by ancient privilege, 361.

assizes. See Assizes.

at Westminster, attorneys, solicitors and others belonging to, Stamp duty offences committed by, 772
-, dial necessary to, to take place of clock and bell formerly in New Palace Yard, memorial for, 183
-, in Westminster Hall, 183
-, prosecutions in, of Stamp duty offences, 772
-, records of, placed in Old Chapter House in Westminster Abbey, 599
-, rule of, 509.

attaints. See Attaints.

country courts—

books, files and proceedings of, inspectors of, establishment of, 744.

frauds and omissions in, concerning Stamp duties, 744, 772.

indictment in, 286.

making up of, charges of, 286.

officers of, influence on, to deter them from Stamp duty offences, 772
-, paying Stamp duties, allowance of poundage to, 744.

Courts Baron. See Manors.

Courts Leet. See Manors.

juries. See Juries.

of Oyer and Terminer, in Barbados, 437.

Quarter Sessions. See Quarter Sessions.

suits. See Crown Law Suits
-, Law Suits.

Swainmote Courts. See Woods and Forests.

See also Admiralty—Court of Appeals for Prizes
-, Admiralty—Courts in the Plantations
-, Admiralty—High Court of
-, Chancery
-, Court of
-, Common Pleas, Court of
-, Exchequer Court
-, Exchequer Receipt—Tally Court
-, Queen's Bench, Court of
-, Requests, Court of.

Cow, export of, 450-451.

Cradle Basket. See Baskets.

Crane, for Custom House, Dublin, 675.

Cravats, for—

a child of the Chapel Royal, 250
-, Forces in Portugal, 265.

Credit, Public. See Public Credit.

Crematt
-, (Cremit Cremitt) Money or Charity, granted by Queen Elizabeth to poor inhabitants, housekeepers of the city of York, at the nomination of the Mayor and Aldermen, 270
-, complaint concerning, 113, 248, 270
-, payment of, out of Crown Land revenues, 270.

Crimes, committed at Edmonton, 253, 314.

Criminal Prosecutor, in Ireland (W. Trench), report on petition of, 120.

Cripples. See Navy—Chatham Chest.

Crown, The, carrying of, to Parliament House, 386.

Crown Jewels. See Jewels.

Crown Lands. See Lands—Crown.

Crown Law Charges, 105.

bills for, 363, 612.

issues for, 8, 19, 72, 102, 166, 250, 337, 389, 456, 463, 482, 543, 638, 659, 740
-, accounts of, 136, 283, 461, 753.

See also Law Charges.

Crown Law Suits
-, 8, 136, 166, 241, 250, 461, 740
-, soliciting of, salary for (to W. Borrett), 359, 655, 700.

See also Law Suits.

Crown Office. See Queen's Bench, Court of.

Crown Rents. See Lands — Crown, revenues, fee farm rents.

Crowns. See Coins.

Cruelties, committed in Newfoundland, 398.

Crusados. See Coins.

Cuffs, for a child of the Chapel Royal, 250.

Culm, duties on. See Customs—duties, on coals.

Cupboard, Japan, making of, at St. James's Palace, 430.

Curacy, of Aldgate, case concerning, charges of, 122, 283, 644.

Currants
-, duties on. See Customs— duties
-, shipped in English ships, new duties to be imposed on, by Venetian Republic, 189, 535.

Curtains

altering of, 387.

at Winchester, 387.

damask, 342.

for—

Hampton Court, 318
-, House of Commons, 430
-, Kensington, 342
-, organ loft in Chapel Royal, Windsor, 357
-, Queen's bed at St. James's Palace, 465
-, Queen's Dressing Room and Bedchamber at Newmarket, 704
-, St. James's Palace, 572
-, Windsor, 319, 357.

serge, 430.

taffeta, crimson, 357.

window, 318, 319, 342, 387, 430, 704.

with silk trimmings, 319.

Cushions

at Kensington, 319.

damask, 430.

false cases for, 319.

for—

Hampton Court, 318
-, House of Commons, 430
-, Kensington Palace, 342.

Customs

accounts, 136, 369, 397, 491, 743, 752, 758, 766.

auditors of. See Imprests, Auditors of.

Comptroller General of (R. Holt, G. Lytcott), 57, 136, 181, 212, 369, 397, 435, 534, 560, 589, 743, 752.

petitions of, for allowance for clerks etc., 175
-, for increase of salary, 579.

increase of, 579.

particular account, payments for making (to C. Tilson), 327, 427, 526, 610, 688.

See also Customs—collectors
-, Customs — customers
-, Customs—Receiver General and Cashier of.

allowance out of, to the Clerk of the Pells, 653.

arrears of, issues out of, 66, 85, 233, 690.

Board. See Customs—Commissioners of.

boatmen, 235, 285, 361, 370, 409, 526, 615, 642, 701.

appointments of, 139, 140, 151, 235, 285, 361, 370, 376, 409, 526, 596, 615, 642, 701, 741.

chief, 596.

declining employment, 409.

disabled, 596.

dismissed, 376, 409, 526, 596, 741.

drowned, 235, 431
-, widows and children of, bounty to, 431.

extraordinary, 285, 370.

frauds by, 596.

in the Plantations, 661.

removed, 235.

salaries, 370, 409, 661.

bonds, Boston, New England, account of, 331.

books, 63, 487, 508
-, blank, parchment for, 534.

branches of, all specifically appropriated and must not be diverted, 194.

Cashier of. See Customs—Receiver General and Cashier of.

certificate goods, frauds relating to drawbacks on, proposal for preventing of, 97.

coast officer, reward for making seizure, 166, 460.

coastwaiters, 396.

appointments of, 396, 440, 596
-, recommendation for 153
-, respited, 151.

preferred, 596.

removed, 440.

collectors, 30, 175, 280, 449, 476, 560, 642, 703, 747.

accounts of, 182
-, arrears on, 246, 589
-, control of, 212, 627, 752, 758
-, deficiency in, 634
-, directions concerning, 752
-, mistakes in, 212, 589
-, overpayments in, 589
-, stating of, 589.

acting, 642.

allowances to, for clerks, 361, 642.

appointments of, 30, 139, 140, 235, 297, 361, 401, 421, 449, 526, 560, 596, 615, 642, 701, 702, 758
-, petitions and recommendations for, 167-168, 175, 176, 177, 204-205, 205, 214, 216, 370, 401, 476, 495, 506, 560, 698, 703
-, rule concerning, 56, 205, 216, 560.

attending embarcations of Forces from Cork, 200, 636.

bonds in hands of, 752.

debts of, 170, 246-247, 464, 634, 697.

declining employment, 526, 615.

detected of frauds, 642.

detecting frauds in Salt duties, 508.

discovering and preventing abuses, 285.

dismissed, 235, 361, 560, 615, 701.

employing merchant to execute office, 698.

fees, 563, 706, 747.

in the Plantations, 138, 235, 356, 401, 615, 660, 661, 698, 702, 758
-, at New York (T. Byerley), seizure by, of Eagle galley, 137, 140, 202, 203, 331, 683, 729.

maintaining boats, canoes and men, 401, 660, 661, 758.

money advanced by, for impressing, subsisting etc. seamen, 147-148, 369, 579, 587-588, 600-601
-, for Forces under Earl Rivers, 99, 751, 766.

money in hands of, 752.

of all Customs and Subsidies in London port (J. Crisp, N. Crisp, T. Crisp), office of, petition for new reversionary grant of, 198, 631.

of duties on East India goods (C. Tower), additional allowances to, 702.

of logwood duty, 285.

petition of, 119, 120.

preferred, 361, 421, 526, 596, 642, 701
-, from lesser to greater ports, 56, 560.

prisoner for debt, 170, 464.

prosecuting smuggler and his accomplices, 643.

removed or replaced, 30, 560, 758
-, petition for removal, 706
-, petition for restoration, 464.

representation by, concerning extraordinary tidesmen, 742.

resigned, relinquished the service, or willing to quit, 495, 642, 702.

rewards to, for making seizures etc., 140, 151, 200, 360, 390, 508, 636, 643.

salaries, 204, 370, 563, 642, 660, 661, 747.

additional, 285, 401, 701, 702
-, petition for, 138, 356, 401.

securities or sureties of, 56, 192, 560
-, bonds of, 246-247, 697
-, petitions of, 634, 697.

seizures by, 140, 151, 360, 390
-, of Eagle galley in New York, 137, 140, 202, 203, 331, 683, 729.

suspended, 176, 506.

Commissioners of (R. Bretton, S. Clark, W. Culliford, Sir M. Dudley, C. Godolphin, T. Hall, T. Newport, Sir J. Werden), 70, 127, 221, 370, 371, 541, 579, 646, 742, 746.

Board of, 96, 306.

charges of, against M. Wicks, 63, 172, 197, 204, 272, 462, 600, 633.

complaint, by, against T. Stanwix, 142, 182, 188, 496.

memorials of, 370, 766.

new commission, 655.

orders, instructions or directions to, 84, 108, 114, 114-115, 119, 127, 138, 140, 164, 165, 174, 176, 187, 191, 192, 197, 204, 206, 212, 219, 253, 257, 265, 271, 306, 334, 356, 363, 370, 402, 414, 416, 420, 423, 444, 476, 491, 501, 521, 523, 550, 560, 562, 573, 577, 579, 589, 595, 596, 599, 600, 600-601, 605, 610, 612, 614, 640, 653, 675, 680, 705, 747, 751, 752, 758, 770, 771.

orders or directions by, 84, 105, 140, 253, 259, 336, 600-601, 614.

papers of, 5, 62, 190.

payments by, 226, 525, 543, 564, 643, 702.

persons protected by, from impressment, list of, 573.

persons recommended to, for employment, 112, 114, 115, 121, 129, 144, 173, 177, 186, 191, 193, 216, 219, 363.

petitioners to apply to, 105, 107, 109, 110, 113, 121, 172, 173, 175, 178, 179.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 57, 78, 80, 96, 102, 103, 106, 114, 115, 119, 120, 122, 123, 125, 126, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 137, 138, 140, 141, 141-142, 144, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 156, 159, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167-168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 194, 197, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214, 221, 224, 234, 235, 240, 244, 249, 251, 253, 255, 257, 258, 259-260, 266, 272, 274, 278, 293, 295, 297, 311, 313, 318, 320, 321, 331, 335, 336, 350, 356, 376, 386, 391, 401, 402, 403, 404, 410, 414, 415, 421, 422, 429, 433, 436, 442, 443, 445, 449, 457, 459, 462, 464, 466, 482, 483, 487, 488, 495, 496, 501, 505, 506, 509, 511, 519, 521, 523, 527, 529, 530, 535, 536, 541, 545, 550, 555, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 570, 573, 577, 579, 582, 589, 600, 605, 606, 612, 627, 633, 634, 639, 640, 645, 657, 658, 659, 663, 674, 679, 681, 683, 685, 687, 697, 698, 703, 705, 706, 708, 712, 722, 728, 729, 732, 743, 745, 747, 754, 758, 759, 760, 762, 763, 766, 771.

presentments and representations etc. of or by, 57, 71, 97, 103, 119, 129, 132, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 151, 153, 166, 182, 183, 206, 216, 265, 363, 420, 523, 545, 560, 577, 589, 610, 747.

salaries, 655.

Secretary to (J. Sansom, R. Savage), 57, 80, 147-148, 209, 213, 633, 655, 771
-, appointment of, 235, 655
-, salary, 655.

Western Clerk under (C. Carkess, R. Savage), appointment of, 235
-, preferred, 235.

Solicitor to (J. Bridges), 563, 745.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 5, 30, 55-56, 56, 57, 61, 62, 63, 70, 71, 85, 96, 96-97, 144, 176, 182, 184, 187, 190, 192, 196, 207, 758.

to keep a General Register of all ships trading to, from or coastwise in England (C. Godolphin),655.

warrants to, 220, 226, 235, 238, 241, 249, 251, 255, 259, 260, 276, 285, 297, 314, 318, 342, 361, 370, 376, 391, 396, 401, 409, 414, 421, 422, 431, 439, 445, 449, 457, 477, 496, 497, 525, 526, 527, 529, 530, 532, 543, 545, 551, 560, 563, 564, 596, 605, 606, 615, 642, 643, 701, 702, 712, 741, 745, 763, 769.

Comptroller General of. See Customs—Receiver and Comptroller General of.

Comptroller General of Customs Accounts. See Customs— accounts.

Comptroller of, deputy to (N. Tyrrell), attending East India sales and comptrolling the duties, additional allowances to, 702.

comptrollers, 255, 318, 391.

appointments of, 255, 318, 391, 439, 617, 669
-, grant of office revoked, 604, 617.

blank books for, parchment etc. for, 534.

comptrolling collectors' accounts, 627.

deputies of, 627.

discovering and prosecuting smugglers, 643.

fees, 635.

frauds by, 604.

in the Plantations, 660, 661, 758.

of warehouse for prohibited East India goods, 421, 439.

profits of, diminished by war, petition concerning, 27, 150
-, petition concerning, 627.

removal of, 421, 439.

resigned, 669.

reward to, 643.

salaries, 256, 332, 368, 407, 627, 652, 660, 661.

contraband goods, illegal practices in importation of, 174, 182, 521.

customers, 30, 361, 414, 449, 547, 560, 603, 617, 642.

accounts of, fees for passing, to Queen's Remembrancer and his clerks, 534.

appointments of, 30, 64, 286, 414, 421, 449, 547, 560, 603, 617, 642.

clerks of, allowance for, 30.

deputy, 706.

instruction to, 422.

petition of, for removal of collector, 706.

preferred, 64.

proposals or presentments concerning, 141, 370.

resigned, surrendered or willing to quit, 286, 603, 642.

salaries, fees and allowances, 30, 297, 422, 456, 563, 602, 635, 662, 672, 688, 701
-, petition concerning, 203, 706.

security to be given by, 30, 371.

debts for, petitions etc. concerning, 106, 206, 234, 391, 506, 681.

despatches for English spirits carried coastways, proposal concerning, 560.

duties—

appropriated by Act of Parliament cannot be dispensed with, 102.

in St. Christopher, 467.

increase of, 175, 467.

Additional Impositions (on French wine, goods, alamodes, brandy and silks, as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5 continued by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 12 and 20 and 1 Anne, c. 7), deficiency of, and applications of revenue to, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682, 707, 728, 750, 770
-, receipts from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 263, 300, 347, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 588, 611, 630, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 751, 769, 770.

Aliens' Duties (as by 12 Car. II, c. 18), 639.

Continued Impositions (on wines, vinegar and tobacco, as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5 continued by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20 and 1 Anne, c. 7), receipts from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 263, 300, 347-348, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 769, 770.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty (in Barbados and Leeward Islands)—

accounts of, 108, 172, 181, 306, 403, 435, 462.

clerk for keeping (C. Carkess R. Savage), allowance for, 172, 181, 462
-, appointment of, 235
-, preferred, 235.

debit on, 181, 534.

collectors of, 615.

Commissioners for, in Barbados (E. Cranfield, S. Gascoigne, E. Steed), account of, debit on, 181, 534
-, [surety for] ([J.] Whetstone), 138.

management of under Customs Board, 108, 306.

payments or allowances out of, for arms and ammunition, 194
-, to Governors, 39, 225, 228, 330, 393, 404, 413, 445, 490, 492, 677.

produce of, 306
-, in England, 393, 435
-, in specie in St. Christopher, 393.

receipt and payment of, allowance for, 181.

receipt of, in Barbados, distinct from receipt of casual revenue, 548.

Receiver General of (J. Knight), accounts of, 172, 181, 403, 462.

receivers of, appointments of, 154, 376, 615
-, petitions for, 131, 154, 158, 184, 190-191.

suspended and dismissed, 158, 376, 615.

searchers for, 409, 741.

waiters for, 235, 409, 477, 615, 741
-, appointments of, 409, 477, 615, 741.

New Customs (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4, for a subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, etc., continued by 6-7 Wm. III, c. 1, 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20 and 1 Anne, c. 7). See Customs— duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

on—

alamodes. See Customs —duties, Additional Impositions.

brandy, prize, 234, 255
-, discharge of, 712.

See also Customs—duties, Additional Impositions.

calicoes, East India goods (additional 15l. per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

china wares (additional 12 per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

cinders. See Customs—duties, on coals.

coals, culm and cinders (as by 6-7 Wm. and Mary, c. 18, 9 Wm. III, c. 13 and 10 Wm. III, c. 10 (cinders) continued by 1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 4), arrears of the 5s. per chalder on cinders, issue out of, 355.

arrears or debts outstanding, 57, 476
-, adjustment or discharge of, 476, 527, 560, 589.

loans on, unsatisfied, 476
-, discharge of, 87
-, interest on, 87, 476
-, transferred to the duty on leather (as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 21 continued by 1 Anne, c. 7), leather duties appropriated for the satisfaction of, deficiency of, and applications of revenue to, 751, 770.

on coals for Gibraltar garrison, 457.

culm. See Customs—duties, on coals.

on—

currants, examiner of, London port (C. Carkess, C. Mein), appointment of, 238
-, preferred, 238
-, salary, 238.

dimities, East India goods (additional 15l. per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

drugs, unrated (additional 4 per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

East India goods (further 15 per cent. [as by 11 Wm. III, c. 3], and further 15 per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), collecting and computing of, 238, 702.

comptrolling of, 702.

Customs officers employed in connection with, additional allowances to, 702.

frauds, petition concerning, 137, 356.

payable by the East India Company, allowance of two six-month periods for the payment of, 336.

bonds, 61.

discounts allowed for prompt payment, 336
-, petition for, not to be deducted from debentures for goods when exported, 80, 96, 141, 141-142, 151, 208, 209, 336, 350, 674.

payments due, 61, 204, 600, 646, 653.

unrated goods, accounts of, keeping of, 238
-, collecting of, 702
-, computing of, 238
-, debentures, certifying of, 238
-, management of, separate from the rest of the Customs (as by 2-3 Anne, c. 18), 702.

See also Customs— duties, on calicoes, china wares, dimities, drugs and japan wares.

French goods (25 per cent. Duty as by 7-8 Wm. III, c. 20), arrears of, 355, 690
-, issues out of, 19, 85, 109, 233, 261, 317, 355, 385, 435, 577, 690
-, special vote from, for provision for additional 5000 men for sea service, 12.

See also Customs— duties, Additional Impositions
-, Customs— duties, on prize goods.

goods imported, in New York, 711
-, request for discounting of, to satisfy a payment due, 558.

goods of Ambassador from Morocco, 635.

goods to be exported to Portugal for the war, 176, 449, 487.

horses for the Emperor of Germany, 192.

Indian goods imported, in New York, 711.

japan wares (additional 12 per cent. as by 3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

on—

leather (as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 21 continued by 1 Anne, c. 7), appropriated for satisfaction of loans upon the duties on coals, deficiency of, and applications of revenue to, 751, 770.

linen cloth, thread and tape, imported from the United Provinces of Holland [as by 12 Car. II, c. 4
-, 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5
-, 9 Wm. III, c. 23
-, 2-3 Anne, c. 18 and 3-4 Anne, c. 3], list of, 487-488
-, verification of, request for, 487.

yield of, memorial for examination of, 174.

logwood (as by 14 Car. II, c. 11), account of, kept separate from other branches of the Customs, 285.

collector of, Bristol, allowance to, in lieu of allowance out of farm of logwood duties, 285.

farm of, expiry of, 285.

pension on, expiry of, 367
-, pension or annuity in lieu of, 367, 522.

in London port, end of employment in connection with, 175.

under the general management of the Customs, 285.

merchandises, imported. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3).

prize goods, 221, 235, 496, 543, 575
-, French prize goods, 234, 255.

on—

rum imported, in New York, 711.

salt. See Salt and Rock Salt—duties on.

silks, wrought etc. (as by 11 Wm. III, c. 3), 760
-, appropriation of 20,000l. for debt due to Sick and Wounded Seamen, 16, 292.

See also Customs— duties, Additional Impositions.

sugars, improved or refined (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23 continued by 1 Anne, c. 1
-, and 2-3 Anne, c. 18), detrimental to the trade with Barbados, 182, 541
-, drawbacks, allowance of, 541, 562
-, hardships caused by, petitions of merchants and planters concerning, 182, 186, 541, 562
-, reduction of, to first subsidy and allowance of drawbacks proportionably, petition for, 562.

tobacco, 422.

bonds for, debts or arrears on, excluded from the benefit of Act of 4-5 Anne, c. 18, 769
-, interest on, 57, 415, 705, 769
-, petitions etc. concerning, 57, 156, 162, 211, 404, 415, 449, 527, 687, 722, 745, 762.

debt for, discount on prompt payment for, 527.

deducted for damage, 422.

drawbacks, allowance of, petition for, 663
-, fraudulent, proposal for the prevention of, 196, 612.

in Ireland, additional (as by 2 Anne, c.4 and 4 Anne, c. 1), overlapping of dates of collection, single duty only to be collected for that period, 158, 434.

money sent from England for payment of, petition concerning seizure of, 179, 190, 459.

in Virginia, 2s. per hogshead, accounts of, 343, 498-499, 584
-, allowance out of, to the Governor in lieu of a house, 344, 499.

See also Customs— duties, Continued Impositions.

Venetian shipping, new [as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3 for granting a further subsidy on wines and merchandises imported], memorial concerning, 189, 535
-, new duties equivalent to, about to be imposed by the Venetian Republic upon raisins and currants shipped in English ships, 189, 535
-, opinion on, whether for the advantage of the trade and navigation of England or not, 535.

vinegar. See Customs— duties, Continued Impositions.

whale fins, additional duty of 56l. per ton [as by 9 Wm. III, c. 45 continued by 1 Anne, c. 7], 401.

proposal concerning, of importers and traders, 401, 640.

revenue from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630-631, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 751, 769, 770.

wines, 536, 752.

allowance of, on damaged wine, petition for, 169, 462.

bonds for, debts or arrears on, compositions for, petitions etc. concerning, 133, 134, 178, 297, 321, 536, 545, 563, 606
-, petitions etc. concerning, 141, 149, 163, 164, 178, 184, 192, 205, 224, 335, 410, 442, 488, 496, 535, 536, 559, 563, 564, 681, 759.

interest on, 57, 184, 410, 535, 559.

examiner of, London port (C. Carkess, C. Mein), appointment of, 238
-, preferred, 238
-, salary, 238.

for members of the Corporation of London, 675.

four pounds per tun, 224.

in New York, 711.

prize wines, 164, 234, 235, 240, 249, 255, 402
-, appropriated duty of 15l. per tun (as by 2-3 Anne, c. 18 for an additional subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage), 103, 242, 763
-, prize wines not worth the duty, 224, 251, 257, 313, 318, 335.

subsidies. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

See also Customs— duties, Additional Impositions and Continued Impositions.

Plantation Duties (as by 25 Car. II, c. 7)—

in London port, account of, stating of, 63.

bonds of, examination of, 63, 197, 204, 600.

books of, examination of, 63.

receiver of (M. Wicks), 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, 153
-, effects of, petitions for reward for discovery of, 119, 123, 274
-, petitions of, 123, 172, 272, 462.

issues out of, 233, 355, 385, 556, 577.

Three Fourths Customs See Customs — duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4).

Tonnage and Poundage—

(as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4 for a subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, etc. continued by 6-7 Wm. III, c. 1, 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20 and 1 Anne, c.7)—

New Customs, revenue from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 263, 300, 347, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 751, 770.

Three Fourths Customs, deficiency of, applications of revenue to, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682, 707
-, cleared, 728.

surplus of, 727.

See also Assessments —Third 4s. Aid.

(as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 24 for a further subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage), Act for, imprest upon account for circulating Exchequer Bills, 254.

(as by 9 Wm.III, c.23 continued by 1 Anne, c. 1 for a further subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage) (First or New Subsidy)—

deposits for prizage of wines, cause concerning, 55-56, 182, 420.

determined upon death of Wm. III and regranted from and after 9 March 1701/2, 194, 578.

on Portuguese wines, petition for return of, 194, 577-578.

on white and brown sugar, petition of planters etc. concerning, and proportionate drawbacks, 562.

(as by 2-3 Anne, c. 18 for an additional subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, anno 1704) (One Third Subsidy)—

loans on, issues out of, 6, 80, 242, 305, 542, 668.

See also Customs —duties, on wines, prize wines.

(as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3 for an additional subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage on imported wines and merchandises) (Two Thirds Subsidy)—

Act for, composition for debt of R. Roodey, 545, 606
-, passing the Commons, 7
-, royal assent to, 7.

appropriation for bounty to seamen, 7.

appropriation for 5 per cent. interest on unsatisfied debentures [charged on Irish forfeitures], 490.

loans on, authorised total of 636,957l. 4s. 0½d., account of unlent proportion, 37.

discount on, 641, 678, 697.

interest on, 5, 25, 60, 71, 73, 80, 238, 267, 395, 453, 475, 477, 494, 510, 553, 616, 623, 626, 641, 673, 678.

issues out of, 12, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 46, 59-60, 67, 71, 80, 233, 266, 267, 274, 291, 304, 329, 332, 353, 355, 360, 369, 373, 375, 394, 395, 397, 408, 414, 428, 443, 452, 453, 466, 475, 482, 495, 510, 511, 559, 569, 587, 622, 623, 632, 641, 697.

raising of, and assignments of, 5, 36, 71, 73, 79-80, 238, 267, 395, 453, 475, 553, 559, 616, 623, 626, 641, 673, 678.

register of, 79, 673.

See also Customs —duties, on Venetian shipping.

(as by 4-5 Anne, c. 18 for continuing an additional subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, etc.)—

contributions for annuities not exceeding 285,576l. 16s. 2d., warrant for taking, 575.

tobacco duty bonds excluded from benefit of, 769.

Twenty-five per cent. Duty. See Customs— duties, on French goods.

employment in, petitions, recommendations and presentments for, 112, 114, 114-115, 115, 119, 121, 129, 144, 173, 177, 183, 186, 191, 193, 216, 219, 271, 363, 523, 570, 770.

establishment, insertion on, 414.

examiners, of duties on currants and wines, London port (C. Carkess, C. Mein), appointment of, 238
-, preferred, 238
-, salary, 238.

of outport books (B. Dawney, S. Gellibrand, C. Mein, J. Wood), 551
-, appointments of, 238, 551
-, preferred, 238.

Exports and Imports, Inspector General of. See Customs— Inspector General of Exports and Imports.

fees payable out of, to Deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer, 195, 273, 448, 557, 620, 767
-, to officers of the Pipe, 448
-, to Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer Court and his clerks, 534.

frauds, forgeries and abuses in, 96-97, 505
-, abuses in the exportation of rice, molasses and other goods from the English Plantations to foreign markets, 259
-, by boatmen, 596
-, by collector, 642
-, by commanders of Dutch ships, 206, 747
-, by comptroller, 604
-, by tidesmen, 606
-, concerning drawbacks on certificate goods, proposal for preventing, 97
-, concerning drawbacks on tobacco, proposal for preventing, 196, 612
-, illegal practices in importing prohibited and contraband goods, 174, 182, 521
-, in outports, preventing of, 589
-, in Plantation duty, London port, 63
-, memorial concerning, 137, 356.

Grand Receipt of, Receiver of. See Customs—Receiver of the Grand Receipt of.

Great and Small, Surveyor General of. See Customs— Surveyor General of Customs Great and Small.

House, 216, 573.

books, for Liverpool, Chester and Welsh coast, examination of, for Salt duty frauds, 508.

despatches for English spirits carried coastwise, proposal concerning, 560.

Dublin, new building, completing and finishing of, additional payment for, 675
-, additional storey to building, 675
-, crane, 675
-, estimate for, 675
-, ground for, purchasing of, 675
-, new watchhouse, 675
-, quay, 675
-, storehouses, 675
-, to contain all the offices of revenue, 675.

matters negotiated at, relating to prizes, 285.

money deposited at, by the East India Company, 336.

Portsmouth, tin to be secured in, 84.

receipts and payments at, account of, 491.

stationers to (J. Baskett, G. Richards, — Sharp), 203, 732.

stationery wares for, proposal for furnishing, at a cheaper rate, 203, 732.

sugars under seizure at, 356.

wine bonds in, of London merchants, 410.

wines under seizure at, 208, 729.

Imports and Exports, Inspector General of. See Customs— Inspector General of Exports and Imports.

incidents, 109, 409, 585.

informations, of arms on Dutch ships bound for Scotland, 166, 416
-, of clandestine trade in the smuggling of wines etc., person making, impressment and release of, 541, 561.

Inspector General of Exports and Imports (C. Davenant), account required from, 491
-, petition of, 110
-, recommendation by, 476.

landcarriagemen, 701
-, appointment of, 701.

landsurveyors, appointment of, petition for, 177
-, for duties on East India goods (J. Holland), additional allowances to, 702.

landwaiters, 297, 320, 421, 439, 596.

additional, without salary, petition of assistant landwaiters for constitution as, 125, 320.

appointments of, 25, 129, 255, 297, 526, 545, 596, 615, 701
-, petitions for, 133, 178, 249, 555, 633.

assistant, constitution of, as additional landwaiters without salary, and to be provided for as vacancies happen, petition concerning, 125, 320
-, dismissed, petition to continue in office, 523.

disabled and incapacitated, 255, 633, 701.

preferred or removed, 25, 255, 297, 526, 615.

re-establishment of, in Dover port, 545, 596.

linen manufacture in Ireland, 708.

messenger of the Chamber attending (J. Thorowkettle), allowance to, 237, 337, 438, 543, 620, 700.

New Customs. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4).

noontenders, 370.

Office, 661.

officers—

affray with, 596.

attempt upon, by men of French shallop, on Kentish coast, 140, 363.

attending East India sales (C. Carkess, C. Mein), additional allowances to, 702
-, appointment of, 238
-, preferred, 238
-, salary, 238.

beaten on the Scotch borders, 103.

blank books for, parchment etc. for, 534.

concerning frauds by Dutch ships, 206, 747.

concerning the clearing of ships liable to lighthouse duties, Spurn Head, 253, 573.

correspondence of, with keeper of accounts of lead, tin, coals and salt imported into Ireland, as to vessels trading to or from the Plantations contrary to law and of debenturable tobacco and customable East India goods imported into Ireland from England, 253.

goods embezzled by, out of Customs warehouse, 582.

in Ireland, correspondence with, 253.

in the Plantations, 680, 702, 758
-, establishments of, 401, 660, 702
-, salaries, 660-661, 680, 702, 758.

See also Customs—collectors
-, comptrollers
-, searchers
-, surveyors
-, and waiters.

instructions to, 84, 206, 253, 259, 415, 573, 579, 600-601, 614, 705, 771.

letter from, relating to French wines and brandies forced on shore at Newhaven, 421.

presentments of, and certificates of qualification, 610.

resignations of, in favour of kinsmen etc., if admitted will never allow any vacancies, 212.

salaries of, under 60l. per annum, repayment of assessments on, 525, 702.

See also Customs—salary bills.

seizures by, 295, 459, 555, 561, 639, 703.

ships employed by, exempt from embargo, 577.

surveying the northern ports, report by, 415.

payments into the Exchequer, 195, 273, 557, 585, 620, 767.

permits for entry and export, and petitions etc. concerning, 118, 139, 171, 176, 177, 182, 187, 192, 278, 297, 331, 334, 402, 414, 420, 449, 482, 487, 501, 505, 530, 532, 550, 562, 680, 751.

persons protected from impressment, list of, 573.

Plantation Clerk (C. Carkess, R. Savage), appointment of, 235
-, preferred, 235
-, salary, 661.

porters, 564
-, appointment of, 564.

preventive officers. See Customs—riding or preventive officers.

prize wines and goods—

account of, method for perfecting of, 705.

duties on. See Customs—duties, on prize goods and on wines.

forced ashore at Newhaven, petition etc. concerning, 153, 164, 166, 421, 433.

not worth the duty, 224, 251, 257, 313, 318, 335.

sales of, warrants and petitions etc. concerning, 103, 119, 123, 132, 135, 144, 148, 152, 155-156, 165, 176, 221, 224, 240, 241-242, 249, 251, 253, 255, 257, 258, 259-260, 293, 297, 313, 318, 335, 376, 391, 402, 422, 442, 445, 496, 497, 511, 519, 605, 645, 657, 743, 758, 763
-, fraud suspected at, 156, 402.

warehousing of, 259.

prohibited goods, from Holland for the Venetian Ambassador, memorials relating to, 183, 466, 511.

illegal practices in importation of, 174, 182, 521.

smuggling of, into or out of the Northern Counties, petition for authority to prevent, 193, 564
-, to Dunkirk, information of, petition concerning, 163, 213, 443.

quaymen, appointment of, 257
-, to be reduced, 108.

Queen's or King's waiters, 270, 294, 617.

appointments of, 270, 294, 320, 617
-, petition for, 201.

deputies to, 311
-, approval of, 331
-, petitions for appointment as landwaiters or tidesurveyors, 133, 249, 633
-, petitions proposing, 125, 126, 130, 311, 320.

petitions of, for leave to resign, 212
-, proposing deputies, 130, 311. salaries or fees, 308, 428, 635.

Receiver and Comptroller General of, 752.

Receiver General and Cashier of (H. Ferne, J. Knight, [T.] Fox), accounts of, allowances in, and for making and passing, 172, 181, 403, 462, 585, 660.

assistant to (J. Knight), 181.

incidents bill, 585.

instructions to, concerning impress monies, 593.

[issues and payments of, comptroller upon] (A. Sansom), leave to, to go into the country, 746.

money deposited with, for payment of debt, 527.

payments by, 237, 256, 259, 273, 297, 308, 327, 332, 337, 368, 407, 427, 428, 438, 448, 456, 526, 534, 563, 585, 602, 610, 620, 635, 652, 662, 672, 688, 700.

payments or imprests to, 61, 90, 579.

security of, fees on, 563.

Receiver of the Grand Receipt of (Sir J. Shaw), 702.

receivers of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty. See Customs— duties, Four and a Half per cent. Duty.

register of ships in tidesurveyor's office, London port, appointment of, 701.

repairs to harbours and piers, Dover Harbour, 96, 545, 596
-, piers at Seaton Delaval, petition concerning, 174, 192, 488, 633.

riding or preventive officers, 741.

appointments of, 191, 235, 449, 577, 642, 701, 741
-, petition for, 266, 415.

Dragoons assisting, 151, 208, 403, 688, 721.

firearms for, 415.

for guard of the coast, 415, 701.

for prevention of transport of horses to Scotland, 173.

for the wool business, 140, 151, 173, 191, 266, 356, 403, 415, 421, 449, 577, 642.

See also Wool—exportation, transportation or smuggling of, preventing of, officers for.

horses of, 414.

in Kent and Suss51, 266, 361, 403, 415, 421, 449

incapable, 235.

on borders of Scotland, 140, 173, 191, 266, 356, 414, 415, 577.

preferred, 361, 701.

resigned, 642.

salaries, additional, 414, 415
-, sunk as useless in war time, 701.

servants of, 414, 415.

supervisors of, appointment of, 421
-, preferred, 421.

surveyors general of, for Kent and Sussex, 415.

on borders of Scotland, appointment of, recommendations for, 140, 144, 173, 356
-, horses of, 140
-, salary, 140
-, servants of, 140.

riding surveyors, appointments of, 285, 342, 702.

continuing in office after sinking of post, 729-730, 763.

firearms for, 415.

horses of, 415.

in the Plantations, 661, 702.

on borders of Scotland, 414.

removed or preferred, 285, 342, 702.

salaries, 661
-, additional, 414-415.

servant of, 415.

salary bills, London port, 222, 327, 426, 538, 617, 705
-, outports, 226, 327, 426, 538, 617, 705.

sealing etc. of Ambassador's goods, 423, 444, 521, 612, 771.

seamen and others employed on the water, accounts of, to be made and transmitted to the Admiralty, 675.

searchers, 25, 396, 409, 457, 615, 617, 642, 701, 741.

appointments of, 25, 297, 396, 409, 457, 615, 617, 642, 701, 741
-, petition for, 698
-, proposals for, and certificates of qualification, 610.

blank books for, parchment etc. for, 534.

dismissed, 642.

employing a merchant to execute office, 698.

head searcher and patent undersearchers (five) of London port, offices of, representations concerning the execution of, 97
-, petition on behalf of, 97, 206
-, proposal of, concerning frauds relating to drawbacks on certificate goods etc., 97
-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 57, 97.

in the Plantations, 409, 698, 741.

offices of, representations concerning the execution of, 97.

removed or preferred, 297.

salaries and fees, 409, 642.

seizures and informations by, 144, 166, 353, 447, 460, 550.

surveyor of, in London port, 763.

under-searchers, 57, 97.

seizures, in the Plantations, 401
-, charges relating to the seizure of the Eagle galley in New York, 137, 140, 202, 203, 331, 683, 729.

inclusion of, in composition for Customs debt, petition for, 681.

issue out of, 52.

petitions etc. concerning, 112, 123, 128, 137, 140, 144, 156, 163, 166, 179, 186, 187, 190, 202, 203, 209, 244-245, 257, 295, 321, 335, 356, 371, 386, 422, 429, 443, 447, 459, 509, 529, 530, 555, 561, 575, 605, 639, 674, 679, 681, 683, 685, 703, 728-729, 760.

Queen's share of, 112, 555
-, taking of, in kind, petition for, 728-729.

restored or discharged, 391, 529, 530, 684-685, 702-703.

rewards to officers etc. for making, 52, 112, 140, 144, 151, 166, 360, 371, 390, 447, 460, 550, 555.

shipping—

Act for establishing a Naval Office in Massachusetts Bay, 754.

Act for making Indian Castle a shipping place, 659.

clearing of, at Boston, New England, account of, 331.

embargo on, 577, 595, 599, 600.

employed by Customs officers exempt from embargo, 577.

frauds by Dutch ships, 206, 747.

general register of ships trading to, from or coastwise in England, 655.

lighthouse duties, Spurn Head, petitions concerning, 106, 191, 253, 573.

Newfoundland trade and fishery, order and directions concerning, 596, 614.

prize ships and provisions, 771.

Russian trade to England in Russian ships, 658.

Venetian shipping, new duty on, opinion on, 535.

vessels trading to or from the Plantations and Ireland contrary to law, correspondence concerning, 253.

sloops or smacks—

Falmouth smack, commander of (R. Upton), petition for consideration for taking smuggling vessels etc., 244.

Shoreham sloop, cast away at Southampton, 166, 431.

boatmen drowned, 431
-, widows and children of, bounty to, 431.

commander of (J. Culliford), 166, 431, 564.

losses of commander and crew, 166, 564.

Small and Great, Surveyor General of. See Customs—Surveyor General of Customs Great and Small.

smuggling. See Smuggling.

stationery wares. See Customs —House.

subsistence for pressed men for Navy, 61, 147-148, 369, 579, 593, 600-601.

supervisors of riding officers. See Customs—riding or preventive officers.

survey of Northern Ports, 415.

Surveyor General of Customs, London port, blank books for, parchment etc. for, 534.

Surveyor General of Customs Great and Small (G. Nicholas, W. Rumbald), deputy to (J. Nicholas), appointment of, 187, 422, 436
-, approval of, 545.

office of, grant of, 422, 436, 545
-, performance of, account of, to be given periodically, 187.

petition of, for appointment of a deputy, 187, 422.

unable to execute office by reason of age and infirmity, 436, 545.

Surveyor General of Customs on continent of America (R. Quary, [E.] Randolph), 401, 702
-, salary to, 661.

surveyors, 265, 285, 421, 439, 615.

appointments of, 139, 265, 285, 396, 401, 421, 439, 526, 615, 701, 702, 758
-, letter concerning, 127
-, petition for, 698.

debt of, 170, 464.

dismissed, 396.

employing a merchant to execute office, 698.

exchanging places, 140, 361.

general, of riding officers.

See Customs—riding or preventive officers.

in the Plantations, 138, 356, 401, 660, 661, 698, 702, 758.

inferior, visiting ports in district of riding surveyor and getting the post sunk, 729-730.

inspecting actions of extraordinary tidesmen, 742.

losses of, in connection with loss of Shoreham sloop, 564.

maintaining boats, 401, 730.

of searchers in London port, 763.

of the Northern ports ([P.] Mein, — Warters), 415.

of the warehouse for duties on East India goods (J. Davies), additional allowances to, 702.

prisoner for debt, petition of, for restoration to office, 170, 464.

private, place of, declined, 730.

quitted the service, 401, 702.

replaced, 758.

riding surveyors. See Customs—riding surveyors.

salaries, 401, 660, 661, 701
-, petition for additional salary, 138, 356, 401.

seizures by, 401
-, petition concerning share of, 371, 575.

Three Fourths Customs. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4).

tidesmen, 235, 249, 276, 314, 361, 409, 439, 496, 526, 560, 564, 596, 615, 642, 701, 763.

appointments of, 132, 139, 140, 151, 220, 235, 249, 260, 276, 314, 361, 370, 376, 409, 439, 440, 457, 477, 496, 526, 560, 564, 596, 606, 615, 642, 701, 741, 742, 763
-, petition for, 683.

dismissed, 260, 376, 526, 596, 606, 683, 701, 741.

exchanging places, 560.

extraordinary, 285, 370, 683.

in Hull port, actions of, inspection of, by surveyors, 742
-, pay of, so small that they are open to corruption, 742
-, representation concerning, 742
-, tidesmen established in lieu of, 742
-, under influence of traders, 742.

frauds by, 606.

in inferior list, London port, 140, 220, 260, 370, 439, 457, 477, 560, 596, 642, 701, 741, 742.

in superior list, London port, 260, 440, 477, 596, 701, 741.

preferred, 260, 370, 477, 596, 701, 741.

reduced, 370.

removed, 370.

tidesurveyors, 440, 564.

appointments of, 285, 440, 564, 741
-, petition for, 133, 249.

dismissed, 741.

guilty of neglect, 285.

office of, London port, register of ships in, appointment of, 701.

tidewaiter, appointment of, 167.

tin, landing and securing of, in Custom House, Portsmouth, 84.

waiters, 396, 409, 457, 615, 642, 701, 741.

appointments of, 297, 396, 409, 457, 477, 615, 642, 701, 741
-, proposals for, and certificates of qualification, 610.

dismissed, 642.

going from St. Ives to London with ship laden with prize wines, 393.

in the Plantations, 741
-, for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty. See Customs—duties, Four and a Half per cent. Duty.

payments to, 393, 460.

removed or preferred, 297, 615.

salaries and fees, 409, 642.

seizure by, 460.

See also Customs—Queen's or King's waiters.

warehouses, for the duty on East India goods, 702
-, French prize wines in, 251, 257, 313
-, goods embezzled out of, 582
-, Rochester, 251, 257
-, warehousing of prize wines and goods, 259.

watermen, appointments of, 151, 376, 763
-, attending the surveyor of the searchers in London port, 763
-, resignation of, 376.

weighers, 741
-, appointment of, 741.

weighing porters, 596, 615
-, appointments of, 596, 615.

Western Clerk. See Customs— Commissioners of, Secretary to.

Custos Rotulorum, letters and orders to, 601.

See also Justices—of the Peace.

Cutlers, payments to, 457, 460.

See also Sword Cutler.