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'Index Of Subjects: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1101-1104. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84892 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Factors, of merchants dealing in bills of exchange, 39.

Fairs, in Ireland, petitions for, 704.

Farms. See Lands—Crown.

Farthings. See Coins.

Feathers and Rose, petition of Company of Smelters of Lead for marking of, upon money coined from their silver, 514, 627.

Fee Farm Rents. See Lands—Crown, revenues.

Felo de se. See Suicides.

Felony
-, person convicted of, 353
-, person outlawed for, 334.

Ferries, at—

Datchet—

boats, ropes etc., 241
-, ferrying of Guards, bills for, 103, 240, 241
-, ferryman, 240-241
-, lease of, 103, 240
-, profits and value of, account of, 240-241
-, purchase of, 240
-, rates and taxes, 241

road between, and Old Windsor, work on, 188, 536, 741.

Salem, Massachusetts Bay—

ferrying of posts, officers, guards and horses pursuing pirates, 503
-, ferryman, payment to, 503.

Fife Player. See Royal Household.

Figures, Indian, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Fines

Barbados, Receiver General of, 548, 630.

clerks of, at Ludlow (R. Cann, J. Dolben), fee to, 367.

for—

crimes committed at Edmonton, 253, 314
-, exporting wool, 353.

imposed on—

assessors and collectors of taxes, for frauds, 111, 273
-, Excise gauger, for neglect of duty, 246.

Jamaica, account of, 709.

records of, allowance to Clerk of Foreign Estreats in Exchequer Court relating to, 303, 372.

remission of, 253, 314, 353.

See also Exchequer Court—Greenwax
-, Post Fines.

Fire Engines, extinguishing fire in Whitehall, payment for, 281.

Firearms. See Arms and Ammunition.

Firehearths, duty on. See Hearthmoney.

Firelocks. See Arms and Ammunition.

Fires

at—

Enniskillen, Excise money lost in, 496, 706.

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, prize brandy lost in, 674, 712, 739.

in Whitehall, extinguishing of, payment for engines and workmen, 281
-, house damaged by, 28, 270, 410.

losses of merchant by fire, 442.

First Fruits and Tenths

arrears of, accounts of, 102, 157, 400.

auditors of. See Imprests, Auditors of.

of—

commendams of the bishop of Exeter, 102
-, diocese of York etc., 495.

pensions or annuities on, 237, 278, 332, 338, 389, 419, 481, 495, 515, 572, 665, 671-672.

Queen Anne's Bounty to poor clergy. See Queen Anne's Bounty.

remembrancer of, 157.

tallies of assignment on, 237, 278, 481, 495, 572, 672.

See also Lands—Crown, tenths.

Fish

codfish, exported, drawback of, claim for payment out of Salt duties, 417.

delivery of, to inhabitants of Gravesend, 112.

in St. James's Park, feeding of, payments for, 399, 746
-, keeping of, in an island, making and repairing punts and trunks for, 628.

preserving or saving of, letter relating to salt used in, 149.

unladed at Genoa, 536.

Fisheries

Newfoundland—

Act for encouragement of (10 Wm. III, c. 14), directions of, to be observed by Customs Commissioners, 596.

boats, 596.

Fishing Admirals, to keep journals, 596.

seamen employed in harbours, 596.

ships, captured by the French and ransomed, 536
-, designed for, ready to sail from Western Ports and Bristol Channel, removal of embargo from, 599
-, employed in, owners of, petitions of, concerning duties on wines and brandies, 169, 462, 536
-, going to, from London, masters of, to be reminded of their duty, 596
-, journals of, 596
-, stages, 596
-, to sail under convoy, 599
-, train fats, 596
-, unlading fish at Genoa, 536.

North Sea and Herring Fishery— strong beer for, Excise of, 496.

Fishermen
-, in Poole harbour, 505
-, of Great Yarmouth, 496.

Fishing Admirals. See Fisheries—Newfoundland.

Fishings and Fishpools

in Delamere Forest, banks cut down in Civil War and restored, 634
-, grants or leases of, 634.

Tadpool, lease of, 137, 234, 362, 654.

See also Lands—Crown
-, Woods and Forests.

Five Indian Nations. See Indians.

Flax
-, from Zeeland, 561
-, managing and working of, in linen manufacture, Ireland, 708
-, seizure of, 156, 386
-, tithe of, 362.

Flaxen Towels. See Towels.

Fleur-de-lis (Flower de luces), upon standard or colours to be rendered annually at Windsor Castle by the Duke of Marlborough for Blenheim estate, 225.

Florins. See Coins.

Flour, from Morocco, for relief of Gibraltar, 539.

Flower Pots, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Foedera, or Leagues and Treaties, of T.

Rymer—

copies of, disposal of, 96, 98, 99, 121, 187.

extracted from ancient records, 347.

petition concerning, 129.

printing of, 99, 118, 128.

transcribing and printing of, payments for, under contract, 259, 347, 744.

volumes of—

first, 96, 98, 99
-, second, 96, 98, 99
-, third, 96, 98, 99, 118, 128
-, fourth, 99.

Footmen. See Royal Household.

Footstools. See Stools.

Forces. See Army.

Foreign Accounts, Auditors of. See Imprests, Auditors of.

Foreign Estreats. See Exchequer Court.

Foreign Opposer. See Exchequer Court.

Foreign Papers, for Ambassador, 689.

Forests. See Woods and Forests.

Forfeitures

forfeited estates. See Estates.

in Plantations, 498
-, Barbados, Receiver General of, 548, 630
-, Jamaica, account of, 709.

Irish. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland, lands, forfeited estates.

Forge, at Newmarket, removal of, 620.

Forms of Prayer. See Prayer.

Forts and Fortifications
-, See Army— Guards and Garrisons garrisons
-, Army—in Ireland, garrisons.

Fountains

in Royal Gardens. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty. See Customs —duties.

Fowl, in St. James's Park, feeding of, 399, 746.

Frames

at—

Kensington, 463
-, in Dressing Room, 319.

St. James's Palace, in Privy Chamber, 319.

carved and gilded, 463, 466.

for—

Indian trunks, 463
-, Queen's pictures, 298, 466.

glasses for, 319.

Indian, 319.

pocket, gold, 319.

Frauds, Act of (14 Car. II, c. 11), prohibiting (by clause 22) packet boats from importing or exporting merchandise, 532.

See also Assessments—Fifth 4s. Aid
-, Customs
-, Exchequer Receipt
-, Excise
-, Houses— duties and rates on
-, Marriages
-, Births and Burials— duties on
-, Prizes
-, Salt and Rock Salt—duties on
-, Stamp Duties
-, Taxes.

Free Schools. See Schools, Colleges and Universities.

French Church. See Churches.

French Consuls. See Consuls.

French Friars. See Friars.

French Goods

duties on. See Customs—duties, on French goods.

entry of, from different countries, abuses by, 285.

importation of, discovery and prevention of abuses by, 285.

prize, duties on. See Customs— duties, on prize goods
-, sale or disposal of, 255, 258.

French Refugees. See Refugees.

French Tonnage. See Ships and Shipping —French, duty on.

Friars
-, French and Spanish, at the Court of the Emperor of Morocco, measures of, to engage the Emperor in their cause and hinder the relief of Gibraltar, 185, 539
-, sent away from Morocco, 539.

Fringe

gold, 376, 430.

silk, 430.

silver, 376.

trimmings for—

bed for lodgings at Hampton Court, 318
-, footstool for Speaker's chair, House of Commons, 430
-, seats of House of Commons, 430.

worsted, 318.

Furniture and Furnishings

at—

Cockpit, 628
-, St. James's Palace, 322, 328, 430, 452, 456, 463, 465, 512, 572
-, Windsor, 430.

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

coverings for, of cloth, 429, 430, 463.

delivered out of the Great Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Great— goods delivered out of.

delivered to the Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Removing— Yeoman of.

for—

Hampton Court, lodgings, 318.

House of Commons, 430.

House of Lords, 429.

Kensington, 319, 342.

library in Ireland erected by Archbishop of Armagh, 239.

Newmarket, 704.

room of Governor of Jamaica, 710.

St. James's Palace, 319, 429.

Windsor, 319, 357, 364
-, lodgings, 318-319
-, Queen's Little House, 319.

hire of, by Envoy Extraordinary, 756.

mending etc. of, 322, 328, 430, 452.

of Envoy Extraordinary, sending of, by sea, from Leghorn to England, 757.

watching of, 628.

See also Baize
-, Basins
-, Baskets
-, Beds and Bedding
-, Boxes
-, Brasswork
-, Bureaux
-, Cabinets
-, Candlesticks
-, Canopies
-, Canvas
-, Carpets
-, Carving
-, Cases
-, Chairs
-, Chamber Pots
-, Chests
-, Cupboard
-, Curtains
-, Cushions
-, Damask
-, Desks
-, Diaper
-, Down
-, Extinguishers
-, Frames
-, Fringe
-, Fustian
-, Galloon
-, Girts
-, Glass and Glasses
-, Holland
-, Lace
-, Leather
-, Line
-, Models

See also
-, Panel
-, Paragon
-, Pictures
-, Pinado
-, Rest
-, Rug
-, Satin
-, Sconces
-, Serge
-, Shalloon
-, Shovel
-, Silks
-, Snuffers
-, Standish
-, Stands
-, State
-, Stools
-, Tables
-, Taffeta
-, Tapestries
-, Tongs
-, Towels
-, Trunks
-, Umbrellas
-, Upholsterers
-, Valances and Cornishes
-, Varnishing
-, Velvet.

Fusees. See Arms and Ammunition.

Fustian
-, mattress, 364
-, quilt, 387.