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'Index Of Subjects: L', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1112-1120. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84898 Date accessed: 21 November 2014.


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Lace

Arras, 653, 704.

delivered out of the Great Wardrobe, 319, 342, 653.

delivered to the Great Wardrobe, payment for, 548.

for the use of the King of Spain's liveries, export of, 550.

gold, 71, 653.

silk, 319, 342.

trimmings, for stools and arm chairs etc., 319, 342
-, for uniforms and liveries, 71, 653
-, for window curtains etc., 319, 342, 704.

Laceman to William III (T. Carr), payment for lace delivered to the Great Wardrobe, 167, 183, 548.

Lameness, contracted by Army service, 683.

Lamps or Lights, in Westminster Hall, the Court of Requests and other places, for the accommodation of both Houses of Parliament, setting up, repairing and maintaining of, 121, 269, 286, 674.

Lancaster Herald. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Land Tax. See Assessments.

Landcarriagemen. See Customs.

Lands

Chatham Dockyard lands, petition concerning, 193, 212.

Crown—

bowling greens, 181, 488, 533.

buildings upon, 295, 366, 415-416, 506, 630, 637.

castles, 366, 640.

chapel, 293.

church, 276.

clock house, 213, 637.

dog kennel, 520.

gatehouse, pulling down of, for enlarging carriage way, 562, 572-573.

houses or lodgings, 27, 28, 147, 152, 179, 230, 241, 270, 293, 312, 328, 362, 377, 406, 410, 437, 450, 488, 549, 556, 578, 647, 654, 659, 676, 705, 749
-, deserted, 374
-, mortgaged, 676
-, proposed to be built, 353, 376, 637
-, purchase of, reconsideration of deeds, 659.

laundry, 549.

leases or grants of, 27, 28, 103, 142, 147, 152, 153, 167, 194, 196, 213, 230, 234, 238, 240, 241, 244, 248, 250, 270, 279, 287, 293, 295, 312, 318, 328, 359, 362, 364, 374, 377, 402, 406, 413, 415-416, 416, 421, 437, 449-450, 488, 489, 506, 520, 533, 549, 556, 568, 571, 573, 578, 580, 588, 594, 637, 641, 647, 654, 659, 670, 674, 676, 705, 712, 713, 725, 732, 747, 749, 761.

lighthouses, 194, 196, 571.

lodges, 549, 588, 594.

mills, damage to, 761
-, purchase of, 491, 653
-, water, 241, 318, 670
-, water corn, 761
-, wind oil, 364.

rebuilding or repair of, 27, 28, 238, 244, 262, 270, 272, 299, 366, 406, 410, 416, 588, 654, 705, 712, 749.

shops under Wrexham Town Hall, 123, 272, 654.

stables, 103, 240
-, of Lord Treasurer, addition to, 87
-, viewing and reporting upon in order to purchase, 23, 376.

stones of dissolved monastery for rebuilding church, 134, 297.

tenements and messuages, 147, 153, 167, 212, 230, 234, 238, 241, 244, 248, 250, 262, 279, 287, 295, 299, 312, 359, 362, 364, 377, 402, 413, 416, 421, 449, 450, 488, 489, 520, 533, 556, 568, 580, 637, 641, 654, 667, 670, 674, 705, 712, 713, 725, 732, 747
-, in North and South Wales, of annual value not exceeding 50s., renewal and granting of leases of, 142, 377.

theatre, 400, 630.

castles, sites of, 234, 362, 623, 648, 654.

clay from, licence for digging, petition for, 667.

commissions of enquiry or inquisitions into, 184, 197, 422, 449, 526, 556, 713.

concealed, 362.

conduits, 287.

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

discovered, grant of, petition for, 335
-, stewardship of courts of, petition for grant of, 335.

duchies—

of Cornwall, 114, 139, 277, 370, 402, 489, 641, 761.

of Lancaster, Chancellor of (Earl of Derby), 722
-, revenue of, papers concerning, 722.

enclosures, 260, 703, 722.

encroachments, 276, 413, 489, 491-492.

farms, 580, 647.

ferry, 103, 240-241.

fishings and fishpools, 137, 196, 234, 362, 603, 634, 654.

forests, agistment, herbage, pasturage and pannage, lease of, 260
-, improvement of, proposal for, 205-206
-, offices of master forester and bailiff of, 197, 221, 431, 634
-, petition concerning, 196, 197, 620.

See also Woods and Forests.

forfeited lands. See Estates— forfeited.

gardens, 416, 506, 623, 659
-, purchase of, reconsideration of deeds relating to, 659.

See also Royal Gardens and Plantations.

honors. See Honors.

hundreds. See Hundreds.

island in the Humber, 232, 586, 676.

jointure lands of Queen Catherine of Braganca, 194, 570, 573, 574, 643, 659, 661, 681, 750
-, auditor of, 661
-, records of, 196, 551, 661, 750, 759
-, trustees for, 196.

lands extended for debt. See Estates—extended for debt.

lands of the late Hospital of the Savoy, 405.

leases or grants of, 27, 28, 103, 116, 121, 125, 130, 137, 142, 147, 148, 149, 152, 153, 155, 166, 167, 174, 176, 177, 179, 181, 184, 188, 194, 196, 197, 213, 221, 225, 230, 232, 234, 238, 240, 241, 244, 248, 250, 260, 270, 272, 276, 279, 287, 293, 295, 299, 312, 318, 320, 328, 335, 344, 353, 359, 362, 364, 370, 374, 376, 377, 378, 398, 400, 402, 406, 410, 413, 415, 416, 421, 422, 431, 437, 446, 449-450, 477, 488, 489, 506, 509, 520, 521, 526, 533, 549, 556, 560, 565, 568, 571, 573, 574, 578, 580, 586, 588, 590, 594, 603, 614, 618-619, 623, 624, 626-627, 627, 630, 634, 637, 641, 646-647, 647, 648, 654, 659, 661, 661-662, 670, 671, 674, 676, 705, 706, 712, 713, 722, 725, 732, 742, 747, 749, 760, 761, 763, 763-764
-, legality of, with respect to Act of 1 Anne, c. 1, 130, 155, 179, 213, 335, 376, 400, 627.

manors. See Manors.

marshland, 250, 279, 520.

mines, 176, 571, 654, 670.

outlaws' lands. See Estates —of outlaws.

parks, 166, 248, 477, 549, 588, 594, 618-619, 654
-, improvement of, proposal for, 205-206.

See also Royal Parks.

particulars. See Lands— Crown, surveys, etc.

pasture lands, 241, 624.

piccage, 732.

purchasing of lands at Windsor, imprests for, accounts of, 136
-, passing of, charges of, 154, 404.

rentals. See Lands—Crown, surveys, etc.

revenues—

accounts or states of, 105, 221, 405, 564, 567.

auditors of (S. Godolphin, T, Jett junior, [A.] Parsons. H. Shales), 104, 105, 106, 114, 141, 142, 145, 169, 176, 185, 186, 193, 195, 199, 211, 213, 214, 220, 221, 224, 246, 259, 277, 335, 366, 377, 402, 481, 509, 512, 535, 537, 541, 547, 564, 567, 595, 610, 640, 647, 648, 654, 661, 671, 703, 706, 713, 732, 750, 759, 760, 764
-, appointments of, 671
-, deputy auditors (W. Soley, J. Taylor), 402, 654, 713
-, salaries of, 671.

charges on, 105, 185, 221, 659, 764.

fee farm rents, 79, 164, 196, 214, 270, 640, 643.

arrear of, 640.

charges on, 113, 214, 270, 659, 681, 764.

grants of, 35, 79.

purchasers of, 761.

reprisals etc., removal of things relating to, from custody of [J.] Digby into some court of record at Westminster, petition for, 761.

sale of, 764.

trustees for (Sir J. Talbot et al), 761, 764
-, [clerk to] ([J.] Digby), 761
-, justification and indemnity of, concerning reprisals etc., 761.

illeviable, 564.

out of lease and profits unjustly detained from the Crown, 335.

payments out of, 299, 366, 394, 537
-, annuities or pensions, 113, 214, 224, 328, 395, 595, 610, 681, 764
-, charities, 113, 270
-, exhibitions, 106, 246, 595
-, fees, 647, 680, 764
-, procurations, 595
-, synodals, 595.

produce of, states or accounts of, 105, 221, 567.

receivers and receivers general of, 195, 377, 512, 764.

accounts of, 220, 246, 399, 595, 706.

appointments of, 114, 139, 277, 512.

deputy receivers, 194, 582
-, appointment of, 194, 582
-, sureties of, 194, 195, 582, 590.

extraordinary expenses, 399.

payments by, 106, 113, 246, 270, 394, 489, 595.

securities of, 509, 512.

records relating to, 703.

royalties, 571, 654.

stallage, 732.

Surveyor General of (S. Travers), 23, 87, 147, 153, 196, 230, 241, 275, 312, 328, 374, 376, 377, 400, 402, 416, 421, 431, 437, 549, 556, 572, 578, 586, 626, 647, 648, 653, 654, 659, 676, 706, 712, 713, 742, 760.

allowances to, for extraordinary expenses, 28, 159, 407
-, for riding charges, 28, 159.

delivery to, of records etc. of lands and other revenues settled upon Queen Catherine of Bragança, 551, 661, 759.

deputy to (J. Taylor), issues to, for building etc. at Woodstock, 24, 32, 39, 46, 65, 86, 98, 305, 313, 353, 375, 395, 420, 444, 483, 510, 522, 561, 612, 633, 645, 686, 722, 739, 744, 761.

petition of, 28, 159.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 27, 28, 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 112, 114, 116, 118, 119, 123, 125, 128, 129, 131, 134, 137, 139, 141, 147, 148, 149, 152, 153, 155, 164, 166, 167, 177, 178, 181, 189, 191, 194, 195, 196, 197, 202, 210, 211, 212, 213, 221, 232, 234, 240, 241, 244, 248, 250, 260, 270, 272, 276, 279, 287, 293, 295, 297, 318, 335, 344, 353, 359, 362, 370, 376, 378, 406, 410, 413, 421, 422, 449, 477, 488, 491, 506, 509, 520, 526, 533, 560, 562, 568, 571, 573, 580, 588, 603, 610, 620, 623, 624, 630, 634, 637, 661, 662, 667, 670, 675, 676, 705, 706, 713, 722, 732, 736, 747, 749, 761, 763, 764.

to attend the Treasury, 36, 112, 164.

warrants to, 123, 137, 221, 232, 240, 241, 260, 272, 287, 295, 362, 406, 410, 422, 449, 491, 571, 623, 624, 661, 670, 722, 747, 763.

surveys, valuations, rentals, particulars, etc., 123, 137, 139, 147, 153, 174, 221, 230, 232, 240, 241, 248, 272, 287, 295, 312, 328, 335, 359, 362, 377, 402, 406, 410, 416, 421, 422, 431, 437, 449-450, 506, 549, 556, 565, 571, 572-573, 578, 586, 620, 623, 624, 626, 647, 648, 654, 661, 670, 676, 706, 713, 722, 742, 747, 760, 763
-, Parliamentary Survey, 241, 670
-, Sir R. Prideaux's Survey, 241, 670.

temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's, 169, 259, 481.

tenths, 176.

tithes, 149, 362, 450, 647, 654.

tolls, 732.

valuations. See Lands— Crown, surveys, etc.

warren, 549.

waste lands, 377, 416, 491, 571, 637, 654, 742
-, proposal for improvement of, 205-206.

woodlands, 402, 742, 763.

extended for debt. See Estates —extended for debt.

in Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland, lands.

in St. Christopher. See Index of Persons and Places—St. Christopher, part of, taken from the French.

in Virginia. See Index of Persons and Places—Virginia, lands in.

See also Estates.

Landscapes, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Landsurveyors. See Customs.

Landsurveyors for Prizes. See Prizes.

Landwaiters. See Customs.

Latin Secretary, to the Queen (R. Hill), salary to, 310, 418, 663.

Laundress, to the Queen (E. Atkinson), travelling expenses of, 106, 201, 733.

Laundry, in Bagshot Park, Windsor Forest, 549.

Law
-, persons bred or educated to the, 491, 514
-, practicers in the, abuses committed by, in the Stamps revenue, 771-772.

See also Advocates
-, Attorneys
-, Civil Law—Doctor of
-, Civil Law—Professor of
-, Judges
-, Justices
-, Laws—Doctors of
-, Laws—Reader of
-, Lawyer
-, Magistrate, Civil
-, Queen's Counsel
-, Serjeants-at-Law
-, Solicitors.

Law Charges, relating to perquisites of the Admiralty, imprests for, 180, 260-261, 522, 646.

See also Crown Law Charges.

Law Courts. See Courts.

Law Suits, officers of the Mint freed from, by ancient privilege, 361.

See also Crown Law Suits.

Laws
-, Doctors of, 218, 388, 478, 512, 672
-, Reader of, in Cambridge University (T. Ayloffe), salary or fee to, 324, 478, 666.

Lawyer, 476.

Lead

for the Duke of Savoy, freight of, 120.

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

mines. See Mines.

pipes. See Water Pipes.

seals. See Seals and Signets— in lead.

smelters. See Smelters of Lead, Company of.

supplied for the garrison of Gibraltar, 34, 160, 439, 523.

Leagues and Treaties. See Foedera.

Leander, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Leather

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

cabinet, for Queen's body linen, 320.

carpet, for House of Commons, 430.

close stool, for House of Commons, 430.

covers, for furniture, 463.

duties on. See Customs— duties
-, Excise—duties.

for bureau in Dressing Room, Kensington, 319.

girts, for Queen's bedding, 357.

Russia, 320.

travelling trunks, for Queen's body linen, 320.

Turkey, 320, 387.

Leave of absence, for recovery of health, 340, 632.

Lecturer, of the Hospital in the Savoy (S. Pratt), 405.

Legacies
-, bequeathed to the Crown, discharge or remission of, 152, 230-231, 431
-, left by Judith Nezereau, petition for, 158, 199, 404.

Legion's Address to the Lords, libel called, 283.

Lent Preachers. See Preachers.

Letters. See Post Office.

Libels, printing and publishing of, prosecutions for, 283.

Liberates, of the usher of the Exchequer Receipt, 371.

Libraries

Cotton House Library, repair of building, 77, 646.

public library, in Ireland, erection of structure for, 239
-, furnishing of, 239.

Library Keeper, to the Queen (R. Bentley), salary to, 300, 367, 418, 481, 666.

Lightermen, bye-laws of, petition relating to, 283.

Lighthouses

at—

Eddystone, 83, 165, 440
-, Harwich, 194, 196, 571, 604
-, Spurn Head, 191, 253, 573.

blown down in storm, 440.

builders of, 83, 191, 194, 253, 440, 571, 573.

lost in storm, 440.

widow of, pension for, 165, 440
-, petition of, for support, 83, 165, 440.

duties on shipping for maintenance and cost of. See Ships and Shipping—duties.

erection of, 83, 165, 440
-, patent for, 191, 253, 573.

grants of, of one fourth part, 194, 196, 571, 604
-, surrender of, 28, 414.

in Ireland, 28, 414.

petitions concerning, 28, 83, 165, 191, 194, 196, 253, 440, 571, 573, 604.

rent of, 573.

Lights. See Lamps or Lights.

Limbs, loss of use of, by Army service, 410.

Line, silk, for window curtains etc. at Kensington and Windsor, 319, 342.

Linen

fine linens, making of, in Ireland, 708
-, effect of, upon trade of England, 708.

French linen, prize, sale of, 234, 255, 258.

linen cloth, imported from the United Provinces of Holland, duties on. See Customs— duties, on linen cloth, thread and tape
-, made in Ireland, 708
-, on board wrecked ship, 596.

Queen's body linen, cabinet and travelling trunks for, 320.

Linen Manufacture

in Northern Ireland—

grant concerning, proposal for additional term to be added to, 632, 708-709
-, improvement in, 708
-, new looms for weaving, 708
-, Scotch people mainly employed in, 708.

in Southern Ireland—

setting up and improving of, proposal for, 632, 708-709.

Liquid Compositions, for staining and printing calico. See Calico or Calicoes—staining or printing of.

Liquors, duties on. See Excise—duties.

Liveries

for—

children of the Chapel Royal, 495
-, drummers and hautboys of Grenadier Guards, 653
-, gamekeepers, 98, 354, 369, 755
-, kettle drummer and trumpets of regiments of Horse, 388, 591, 598
-, Master of the Barges and Royal Watermen, 465
-, Officers at Arms, Ireland, 159, 433
-, rat killer to the Queen, 285, 463
-, Serjeant Trumpeter, trumpeters and kettledrums, 388, 485
-, strewer of herbs to the Queen, 463.

of—

King of Spain, export of buttons and lace for use of, 550.

Living, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, 644.

Livres. See Coins.

Loans

by—

Foreign Ambassador, 619
-, Governor of Virginia to answer public occasions, 499
-, major to corporal of Chelsea Hospital, 471.

for—

Civil List. See Civil List
-, pressing occasions of the Navy, 6.

from—

Civil List, England, 523
-, Civil List, New York, 557.

in Exchequer Receipt. See Exchequer Receipt.

of Exchequer bill, 340.

on—

Aids or Assessments. See Assessments—First 3s. Aid
-, Second 4s. Aid
-, Fifth 4s. Aid
-, Sixth 4s. Aid
-, Seventh 4s. Aid
-, Eighth 4s. Aid
-, Ninth 4s. Aid.

credit of—

Act for repair of Dover Harbour, 96
-, money arising by the sale of tin. See Tin—disposal of, sales of, moneys arising by.

duties on—

coals etc. See Customs— duties, on coals.

low wines and spirits. See Excise—duties, on low wines and spirits.

malt etc. See Excise— duties, on malt.

marriages etc. See Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on.

salt. See Salt and Rock Salt—duties on.

stamps. See Stamp Duties.

Excise. See Excise—duties, Hereditary and Temporary Excise.

Tonnage and Poundage. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 2-3 Anne, c.18) and (as by 3-4 Anne, c.3).

registers of, in the office of the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, making and keeping of, payments for, 324, 426, 534, 613, 699.

tallies of, joining etc. of, 315, 507, 688
-, striking of, 309, 507.

to—

Emperor of Germany, 635
-, King of Spain, 740
-, lieutenant colonel to buy commission, 182, 547.

names of lenders :

Anne, Queen.

Ashton, W.

Bank of England.

Bendyshe, T.

Betts, W.

Bevett, T.

Blackwell, Sir L.

Blathwayt, W.

Bridges, J.

Cartwright, P.

Clark, J.

Cornish, H.

Crawley, J.

De la Warr, Lord.

Dufour, P.

Evans, Sir S.

Fox, C.

Furnese, Sir H.

Glasier, J.

Godolphin, F.

Haddock, Sir R.

Hales, W.

Hall, T.

Hardy de Beaufort, Mariana.

Hart, M.

Heard, E.

Hornsby, W.

Howe, J.

Howells, B.

Janssen, Sir T.

Jett, T., senior.

Littleton, Sir T.

Lyddell, D.

Maddocks, R.

Mead, J.

Mordaunt, H.

Moyer, Sir S.

Northey, Sir E.

Oakley, V.

Petty, W.

Phillips, A.

Plume, J.

Ratcliff, —.

Rogers, J.

Royston, S.

Russell, J.

Sandys, Ann.

Sandys, Margaret.

Saundergett, Jane.

Scadding, H.

Sergison, C.

Smith, G.

Spanheim, E. von.

Squire, H.

Stamp, Sir T.

Townsend, G.

Trevor, Mary.

Weymouth, Lord.

Locksmiths
-, 676
-, Queen's Locksmith. See Works and Buildings—locksmith.

Lodges
-, 549
-, blown down, 588
-, grants or leases of, petitions for, 588, 598
-, rebuilding of, 588
-, repairs to, petition for, 599.

See also Royal Parks
-, Woods and Forests.

Logwood Duty. See Customs—duties, on logwood.

London Distillery. See Excise—London Distillery or Distillers Branch of.

Looking Glass. See Glass and Glasses.

Lord Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

Lord Chancellor of Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Lord Chief Baron. See Exchequer Court —barons of.

Lord High Admiral. See Admiralty.

Lord Keeper of the Great Seal. See Great Seal—Keeper or Lord Keeper of.

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Lord Mayor, of London (Sir T. Aleyn), 201, 361.

Lord President of the Privy Council. See Privy Council.

Lord Primate of Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Marsh, N.

Lord Privy Seal. See Privy Seal— Keeper or Lord Privy Seal.

Lord Treasurer. See Exchequer Receipt —Lord High Treasurer.

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.

Lord Wardens. See Woods and Forests.

Lords (Peers), House of (or Queen's House at Westminster)—

accommodation of, lamps or lights for. See Lords, House of—lamps or lights
-, pulling down of gatehouse and enlargement of carriageway for, 562.

Act passed by, 59.

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

addresses of, to the Queen, 196, 599, 699.

apartments at, lodgings under, 406
-, of Lord Keeper [of Great Seal], 406, 429
-, of Lord Treasurer, 406, 429.

Bishops' Lobby, hangings for, 429.

Clerk of, printed Acts, Proclamations etc. for, 337-338, 506
-, stationery for, 506.

clerks assistant (J. Rolfe, J. Walker), payment to, 122, 256
-, petition of, 122.

doorkeepers (eight) (M. Windham et al.), allowance to, for attendance and service, 256, 616-617.

Earl Marshal's Room, chairs for, 429.

forms, covering and stuffing of, 429.

furnishing of, particulars for, 429.

Gentleman Usher Black Rod attending, 465, 731.

Journals of, 59.

Keeper of (J. Incledon), debt due to, 27, 406, 437.

fee or allowance to, 27, 310, 348, 386, 406, 465, 645, 655-656, 730.

house or lodgings of, 406
-, lease of, 406
-, petition concerning, 114, 128, 152, 406
-, ruinous, 27.

office of, grants of, 27, 406, 437.

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.

Lord Keeper's Room, chairs and hangings for, 429.

Lord Privy Seal's Inner Room, hangings, chairs and stool and pans for, 429.

Lord Treasurer's Room, chairs and hangings for, 429.

Lords' Smoking Room, candlesticks, snuffers and pans and chamber pots for, 429.

matters before, relating to the Scotch Conspiracy, 554.

order of, 193, 636.

Painted Chamber, covering for rails, 429.

Prince's Room, chairs for, 429.

serjeant-at-arms attending. See Serjeants-at-Arms.

Speaker of, 256, 659.

stationery for, 506.

Stool Room, stool and pans and carpet for, 429.

Throne in, carpet for, 429.

under marshals (six) attending, petition of, 193, 214, 636.

woolpacks, covering and stuffing of, 429.

See also Parliament.

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

Lords Commissioners, for Scotland, 70, 657.

Lords Committees, for—

affairs of Ireland, 411, 412, 413
-, distribution of Queen's Charity to French Protestants. See Refugees, French (Protestant) —royal bounty or charity to, Trustees or Commissioners or Committee for the distribution of
-, inspecting the Public Records, 599.

Lords Justices, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Lords Lieutenants
-, conduct and impress moneys for raising seamen, 147-148, 350-352, 487
-, deputies of, 147, 487
-, letters and orders to, 601.

Lordships. See Index of Persons and Places—Brecon
-, Curry Mallet
-, Thornton Bridge.

Lotteries

Malt—

Office, necessaries for, 371, 566.

officers, salary to, 109.

Tickets—

Comptroller of (S. Wiseman), 487
-, instructions to be observed by, 433
-, salary to, 301.

counterfeit, 160, 173, 447, 487.

deficiency of, application of revenue to, 751, 770.

paid, 433.

Paymaster of (N. Arnold, R. Crompton), 109, 160, 173, 447, 487
-, accounts of, 156, 160, 182-183, 405, 421, 433, 447, 487, 553
-, appointment of, 102, 150, 396
-, arrear due to, 156, 301
-, imprests to, 160
-, instructions to be observed by, 433
-, office of, incidents for, 301
-, petition of, 109
-, salary of, 150, 301
-, securities of, 396, 402, 456.

Million (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7 and 4-5 Anne, c. 18), 424.

Office, 593
-, necessaries for, 371, 566.

Tickets—

Comptroller of (T. Strickland), instructions for, 424
-, payment by, 182, 593.

lost, burned or destroyed, payment and discharge of (as by 3-4 Anne, c. 14), 278.

paying and cancelling of, 236, 278, 424
-, fund for, for sixteen years, Excise duties granted for, 271.

Paymaster of (Sir J. Humble, R. Taylor)—

absconded, 593.

accounts of, 182, 236, 387, 424, 538, 593.

annuities mortgaged by, sale of, 125, 155, 357, 371, 432.

appointment of, 236.

cash of, 182, 593.

clerk to (H. Coltman), making up accounts, 236
-, fees and charges, 182, 387, 593.

debt of, 492, 593.

effects of, 150, 593.

failure of, 593.

instructions for, 424.

issues to, 424.

Office of, 424, 593.

payments by, 278, 424, 593.

sureties for (P. Gery, J. Jenkins), allowance to, 166, 475
-, paying surety bond, 492
-, stay of process, 162, 279, 451.

salaries, 236.

Lutestrings (Lustrings)—

forfeited and purchased for reexport, petition concerning, 187, 555, 605.

French, 447.

seizures of, 555
-, petition for reward for, 447
-, prosecution of, delayed, fine for, 755.

Lutterell's [Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714], references to, 8, 9, 93, 94.