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'Index Of Subjects: N', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1133-1141. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84900 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Nails, gilt, as trimmings for furniture for Queen's Drawing Room, Kensington Palace, 342.

Navigation, advantage to, or not, of new duty on Venetian shipping, opinion on, 535.

Navigation Act (12 Car. II, c.18), seizure under, 685.

Navy

accounts of, 10, 95. See also Navy—Treasurer of.

admirals. See Navy—officers.

appropriations for—

(as by 11 Wm. III, c.3), 292
-, (as by 12-13 Wm. III, c.11), 292
-, (as by 1 Anne, c.6), 16, 292
-, (as by 2-3 Anne, c.1), 656
-, (as by 3-4 Anne, c.3), 7.

beer for, 169, 464.

bills, 7, 8, 11, 30, 36, 43, 64, 67, 85, 148, 247, 249, 276, 278, 305, 350, 351-352, 369, 408, 452, 495, 507-508, 549, 579, 604, 605, 622, 656, 687, 738, 767
-, paying of interest at the same time as principal, 59, 61, 95, 761.

Board, 94, 105, 155, 187, 248, 307, 358, 398.

Book, Second, 138.

captains. See Navy—officers.

Chatham Chest, pay to cripples, 89, 705
-, pensioner to, petition for continuance, 159, 165, 401.

clerks, tax assessments on, 640.

commanders. See Navy— officers, captains and commanders.

Commissioners of, 4, 8, 11, 20, 31, 50, 59, 61, 64, 71, 73, 85, 95, 96, 104, 116, 127, 145, 151, 158, 163, 193, 194, 215, 249, 329, 332, 334, 350, 353, 360, 397, 398, 409, 428, 467, 482, 507, 526, 553, 587, 593, 603, 605, 618, 646, 687, 761.

appointment of, not made by the Lord Treasurer, 214
-, petition for appointment, 214.

payments and imprests by, or to be assigned by, 15, 148, 194, 223, 228, 242, 252, 276, 278, 284, 331, 333, 350, 360, 369, 375, 397, 408, 443, 485, 486, 487, 489, 494, 495, 518, 526, 575, 579, 587, 598, 604, 605, 632, 640, 699, 707, 709, 757.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 107, 109, 119, 138, 140, 147, 159, 165, 193, 197, 211, 212, 232, 248, 276, 287, 398, 401, 549, 629, 738, 751.

tax assessments on, 640.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 15, 24, 34, 35, 36, 59, 61, 62, 94, 95, 189, 193.

Comptroller of, 350
-, deputy (— Johnson), 351.

course of, issues or payments for, 20, 47, 48, 61, 145, 334, 517, 581, 761
-, dealers on, 96.

credit, letters of, 249.

creditors, 158, 164, 194.

debts, 18, 33, 138, 194, 334, 428
-, of Navy Second Book, 138.

establishment of, 440
-, Marine Regiments upon, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

estimates for, including money for Marines, 8.

Expeditions, to—

Cadiz, Puerto de Santa Maria and Vigo (under Sir G. Rooke) (1702)—

Forces with. See Army— Expeditions, to Cadiz.

prizes and booty—

accounts, 239.

business concerning, in London port, 285.

embezzlement of, proclamation relating to, 534.

goods, debts on, 393
-, fished up out of the water, 392-393.

prize money, and petitions for prize money or reward, 17, 134, 203, 286, 732.

shares to captors, 17, 134, 203, 286, 392, 732.

ships taken prize, 17, 134, 285, 429
-, given to owner of lost ship, 161.

services and sufferings in, petitions for consideration for, 153, 161, 370.

ships attending—

Naval, 17, 134, 203, 286, 392, 732.

transports, 171, 392, 448, 525, 742, 759
-, lost, 161.

See also Navy—Fleets and Squadrons, under Sir G. Rooke.

Portugal (1704), 6.

Flag Officers. See Navy— officers.

Fleets and Squadrons—

at, or going to—

Cadiz, ship attending, 759.

Lisbon, 14, 492
-, victualling of, 595.

Portsmouth, 252.

Tor Bay, 751, 765.

Virginia, 288.

Blue Squadron, 15, 284.

expected from Holland, butter and cheese for, 458
-, with the King of Spain, 458.

expenses relating to, 341.

in, or going to—

the Channel, under G. Churchill, contingent charges of, 15, 284.

the Mediterranean—

agent for prizes (M. Proudfoot, W. Rock, J. Smith, W. Window), 44, 204, 219, 245, 511, 560, 617, 634, 637, 755.

at Leghorn, 480.

contingent charges of, 7, 249.

Deputy Treasurer attending. See Navy— Treasurer of.

entertainment of Prince of Hesse Darmstadt and his suite, 375, 397.

express to, of state of affairs in Catalonia, 668.

Judge Advocate (W. Rock), 637.

service of, payment for, 687.

under Sir G. Rooke, 375, 397.

under Sir C. Shovell, 7, 245, 249, 480.

the Straits, transports attending, 189, 537.

the West Indies—

agents for prizes (W. Burnaby, A. Hamilton), 173, 201, 204, 219, 245, 255, 263, 422, 445, 533, 642.

commanders of ships, instructions to, concerning prizes, 124, 444.

Land Forces on, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 751, 765
-, Allied, 10.

See also Army—Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments.

manning of, more speedy and effective, accounts to be made of seamen and others employing themselves on the water, 675
-, embargo on ships for, 577
-, memorial concerning, 577, 675.

officers of. See Navy—officers.

pressing occasions of, loan for, 6.

Red [Squadron], 192, 603.

seamen. See Navy—seamen.

setting out of, more speedy and effective, embargo on ships for, 577
-, memorial concerning, 577
-, pressing occasions of, 6.

under—

G. Churchill, 15, 284.

Sir J. Leak, principal ship of French Fleet destroyed by, under Cape Spartel, Morocco, 540.

Sir G. Rooke, entertainment of Prince of Hesse Darmstadt and his suite, 375, 397
-, Gibraltar captured by, 12, 13
-, in the Mediterranean, 375, 397
-, Marines on board, 12, 13-15
-, ships comprising, 13-15
-, ships with Marines following to Lisbon, 14-15.

Sir C. Shovell, 7, 245, 249, 480.

hemp for, supply of—

contracts for, 96
-, disappointed, 96
-, raising and curing of hemp in New England, 520
-, stores of, proposal for procuring, 96.

imprests and issues, 5, 7, 12, 15, 46, 59, 96, 194, 247, 252, 284, 334, 526, 738
-, for the outports, 517, 581.

lieutenants. See Navy—officers.

Marines. See Marine Regiments.

Office, 18, 95, 428
-, at Boston, New England, 331
-, in Massachusetts Bay, establishment of, Act for, and for ascertaining the fees, 754.

officers—

admirals ([J.] Benbow, Sir T. Dilkes, Sir J. Leak, Sir G. Rooke, [Sir J.] Wishart), 12, 13, 375, 397, 630, 764.

at Jamaica, 710.

disposing unduly of prizes, 590
-, prosecution of, 275, 277.

entertainment of, 480.

going to West Indies, 448.

imprest to, 15, 284.

in Mediterranean, 480, 590.

intelligence conveyed to, 540.

Lord High Admiral. See Admiralty.

news of, 152.

of the—

Blue Squadron (G. Churchill), 15, 284
-, [White Squadron] (Sir C. Shovell), 17, 179, 190, 200, 245, 249, 480.

packets and letters, 480, 710.

petition of, for reward for taking prizes, 207, 630.

rear admirals, 623
-, [of the White Squadron] ([Sir W.] Whetstone), 152, 275, 277, 710.

salary of, repayment of taxes on, 192, 603.

shares of prizes, 623, 764.

succouring Gibraltar and raising the siege, 540.

vice admirals, of—

Southampton and the Isle of Wight (Duke of Bolton), 202, 674, 712
-, the Red [Squadron] (Marquess of Carmarthen), 192, 603
-, [the White Squadron] ([J. ] Graydon), 448.

captains and commanders, 176, 497, 501, 503, 526, 629, 663, 695, 706, 771.

at Vigo, 17, 134, 203, 286, 392, 732.

bringing expresses from—

Barcelona, 33, 426
-, Gibraltar, 179, 190.

disposal by, of prizes, 618.

in, or going to—

Expedition to Cadiz, 286.

Plantations in America, disposal by, of prizes, 234, 325
-, instructions to, concerning the disposal of prizes, 124, 288, 289, 290, 325, 444
-, misbehaving in relation to prizes, prosecutions of, 289
-, not under the direction of Colonial governors otherwise than for cruising, 288
-, West Indies, 234, 244.

instructions to, concerning the disposal of prizes, 618.

payment to, 757.

salvage money, 511.

shares of prizes and prize money, 17, 206, 286, 392, 575, 732, 764
-, petitions concerning, 17, 106, 122, 134, 203, 244, 286, 294, 732.

to land tin at Portsmouth, 680.

choosing timber in the New Forest, 553.

commanders—

Commander-in-Chief of the Fleet, 721.

Commanders-in-Chief of Squadrons wearing pendants, shares of prizes, 623.

See also Navy—officers, captains and commanders.

entertainment etc. of, at Leghorn, 480.

Flag Officers, pay of, 51.

in Jamaica, salving and securing stores from wrecked ship, petition of, for payment, 107, 138, 276.

lieutenants, 503, 526
-, shares of prizes, 764.

ma[ste]r[s], shares of prizes, 764.

payment to, 757.

sea officers, losing limbs in service, allowance to, 327, 544.

ships employed by, exempt from embargo, 577.

warrant officers, shares of prizes, 764.

ordinary of, issues for, 15, 34, 36, 43, 48, 50, 51, 67, 85, 145, 284, 329, 332, 353, 457, 517, 526, 614, 752.

Pay Office—

in Broad Street, London, new lease of, and tenements adjoining, agreement for, 347
-, fine on, 19, 331, 347.

pay at, issue for, 42.

pension on, 165.

pensioner. See Navy—Chatham Chest.

pitch and tar for—

importation of—

contractors for (N. Gold, U. Hall), agents of, at Stockholm, payment to, 278
-, payment to, for service in preventing extravagant prices, 278
-, payments to, for pitch and tar, 19, 30, 61, 242, 278, 331, 408, 585.

from Carolina, petition for employment of a vessel for, 197, 629.

from places from which the same has never yet been imported, proposal concerning, 94.

making and improving of tar in New England and the colonies adjacent, 520.

pressing. See Navy—seamen, pressed men.

provision for. See Assessments— Third 3s. Aid
-, Navy—appropriations for.

provisions for, bills for, bearing interest, 507.

See also Navy—Victualling, stores and provisions.

pursers. See Navy—Victualling.

purveyors of, 125
-, at Portsmouth, 553.

recalls, issue for carrying on, 721.

rules of, extension of, to cover officers of Marines as well as sea officers, 128, 327
-, made when no Marines were employed in the Fleet, 327
-, no allowance made by, to officers of Marines losing limbs, 327.

sea officers. See Navy—officers.

seamen—

behaving gallantly in action, bounty to, 7.

cripples. See Navy—Chatham Chest.

disabled in war with Holland, 505.

foremast men, shares of prizes, 764.

losing limbs in action, pensions to, 512.

number of, 15,000, 8
-, increasing of, 675
-, 40,000, of which 5,000 to be Marines, 9.

paying of, provision for. See Assessments—[Second 3s. Aid.]

pressed men—

conduct and impress money advanced by collectors of Customs and Excise to Deputy Lieutenants, repayment of, 147-148, 369, 487
-, bills drawn for, 350-352.

escape of, for want of receiver and subsistence, 579.

person come from North of England as Customs informer and impressed, freeing of, 541, 561.

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

pressed in the country and sent to sea ports, 579.

receiving of, by Customs officers, 579, 600.

subsisting of, in the ports, by Customs officers, 579, 587-588, 600
-, imprests for, 61, 194, 579, 587-588, 593.

tenders conveying, on board the Fleet, 579, 600-601.

removed from one ship to another, 695.

ships' companies, salvage money to, 511
-, share of prize money, 392.

short allowance money. See Navy—Victualling.

sick. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

wages, 22, 23, 24, 60, 228, 247, 284, 291, 334, 360, 373, 416, 425, 494, 575, 584, 598, 604, 632, 695, 705, 746, 753.

See also Navy—wages.

wounded, at the taking of Cork and Kinsale, 401.

See also Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

ships—

at—

Falmouth, 627
-, London, St. Katherine's Stairs, 541, 561
-, Plymouth, 358
-, Portsmouth, 84, 482, 524, 526, 604, 680.

building of, contractor for (J. Winter), 549.

captains. See Navy—officers.

carrying of—

coals to Portsmouth garrison, 712.

spa water for the Queen and Prince, 176, 402, 501.

tin, to Genoa, Leghorn and the Straits, 63, 112, 595
-, tin to be relanded at Portsmouth, 84, 680.

commanders. See Navy— officers, captains and commanders.

convoys, 458
-, for tin ships, 150
-, from Lisbon to the Thames, 532-533
-, from the Western Ports and Bristol Channel to the Newfoundland Fishery, 599
-, going to the West Indies (Jamaica), 238, 448, 509
-, to Lisbon, 313
-, under Vice Admiral Graydon, 448
-, Virginia convoy, letter sent by, 364.

disbursements for, Jamaica, 709.

expected from Holland, 501.

fire ships, 709.

fitting out, 51, 59, 358.

frigate, 244.

from—

Barcelona, 33, 426
-, Gibraltar, 179, 190
-, Massachusetts Bay, 503
-, New England, 503, 524, 526, 604
-, Newfoundland, 353.

galleys, 33, 148, 179, 190, 335, 391, 402, 426, 575, 709.

hired, bills for freight of, not bearing interest, 507-508
-, damage to, no allowance made for, 481
-, exempt from embargo, 577.

impressed in Newfoundland, 143, 353, 398.

impressment on, 541, 561.

in, or going to—

the Expedition to Cadiz and Vigo, 17, 134, 203, 286, 732.

the Plantations in America, 124, 288, 289, 290, 325
-, Jamaica, 709
-, Nevis etc., 205
-, Virginia, 627
-, West Indies, 234, 444.

the squadron under Sir G. Rooke, 13-15.

lieutenants. See Navy— officers.

list of, 358.

lost on coast of Cuba, 276.

midshipmen, shares of prizes, 764.

names of. See Ships and Shipping—named.

negroes taken by, from pirates, 629.

off Morocco, 540
-, measures of French and Spanish consuls and friars to hinder, from having provisions from or the use of the ports in Morocco, 539.

on the coast of Cornwall, 244.

on the coast of Ireland, 771.

paying off, 33, 38, 51, 425, 482.

pepper put on, allegation of, 754.

pirates' treasure shipped on, from New England, 503
-, landing of, at Portsmouth, 524, 526, 604.

prize ships taken up for the Navy service, 14, 358
-, representation relating to, 154
-, to be paid for, 154, 358.

prizes taken by. See Prizes— taken, by Navy ships.

rebuilding of, contract for, 549
-, contractor for (J. Winter), 549
-, petition concerning non-payment of bills for, 549.

rescuing ship from the French, 481, 511.

seamen. See Navy—seamen.

sloops, 143, 353, 497.

smack, 541, 561.

steward of, 627.

taken by French privateer, 353, 398.

tenders, carrying of coals by, to Portsmouth garrison, 712
-, conveying pressed men on board the Fleet, 579, 600-601.

to be laid up, 425.

to be refitted and victualled for the Straits, 38, 482.

to bring pitch and tar from Carolina for the Navy, petition for employment of, 197, 629.

tobacco shipped on, for exportation, 663.

wages to, 15, 33, 59, 425.

yachts, 176, 203, 286, 294, 501, 689, 732, 757.

sick. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

special service relating to, payment for, 392.

Squadrons. See Navy—Fleets and Squadrons.

state of, debate on, 8.

stores—

bills for, bearing interest, 507.

decayed, to be disposed of, 646.

importation of, from the Plantations, Act encouraging (3-4 Anne, c. 9), 520.

in Jamaica, 605.

making of—

and improving of, in New England and colonies adjacent, 520
-, and providing of, in New York, proposal or letter relating to, 184, 532, 562.

saved out of wrecked ship, 276.

storehouses, Jamaica, building of, 605
-, hire of, 64, 605
-, landlord of, refusing to allow stores to remain in, 605
-, storehousekeeper, 605.

See also Navy—Victualling, stores and provisions.

supply of, proposal for use of prize money for, in Jamaica, 212, 738.

tar for. See Navy—pitch and tar for.

timber for, 138
-, from the New Forest, 8, 187, 215, 253, 526, 553-554, 709
-, from the woods in America, 521.

Treasurer of (Viscount Falkland, Duke of Leeds, Sir T. Littleton, Earl of Orford, Sir E. Seymour), 10, 398.

accountant to (J. Taylor), 420.

accounts, 10, 30, 33, 34, 73, 74, 95, 115, 135, 141, 155, 247, 287, 320, 356, 409, 420, 574, 707, 751, 760
-, charge in, concerning a stopped payment order for a reversionary annuity, 163, 444, 467.

agents of, 334.

bills on, for conduct and impress moneys, 350-352
-, for pay to Marines, 8, 11.

cashier to (A. Stephens), accounts of, 22, 119, 147, 155, 287.

clerk to (H. Hayter), petition of, for reward, 127.

consideration money for conversion of annuities, 233, 390.

Deputy Treasurer attending the Fleet in the Mediterranean (M. Ferrabosco), accounts of, 85, 687
-, repayment to, of payment for use of Forces in Catalonia, 85, 687, 733.

interest on principal moneys received by, at the Exchequer, half-yearly certificates of (as by 2-3 Anne, c. 11), 334, 374.

issues to, 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 15, 16, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 33, 36, 38, 47, 48, 50, 51, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 74, 85, 87, 89, 91, 95, 220-221, 222, 223, 228, 233, 242, 247, 249, 252, 273, 284, 291, 305, 317, 329, 331, 332, 334, 353, 360, 369, 373, 374, 394, 397, 408, 416, 425, 443, 452, 457, 459, 482, 486, 489, 494, 495, 510, 517, 518, 526, 572, 575, 581, 583, 585, 588, 598, 599, 604, 609-610, 614, 622, 623, 626, 632, 650, 656, 678, 686, 695, 705, 707, 721, 738, 746, 752, 753, 767
-, for Marines, 1, 2, 7, 8, 11, 12, 22, 29, 40, 42, 50, 51, 59, 61, 91, 223, 249, 252, 282, 291, 333, 408, 486, 489, 518, 526, 575, 583-584, 707, 757
-, for Sick and Wounded and Prisoners of War, 6, 25, 34, 48, 94, 124, 242, 326, 360, 397, 443, 517, 587, 602, 697, 748, 765.

letter of, 42.

loans by, or to be raised by, 1, 4, 47, 59, 60, 63, 64, 67, 220-221, 222, 223, 228, 510, 572, 575, 598, 599, 604, 609-610, 623, 626, 632, 651, 678.

memorial of, 29.

Office of, 19.

officers of, overpayments and double payments by, 751.

[Paymaster to] ([G. Dodington), 94, 138.

payment to, by Paymaster General of Land Forces for clearing Marines for disbandment arrears, 11.

payments by, 1, 2, 6, 15, 19, 22, 25, 29, 34, 38, 40, 42, 43, 48, 50, 51, 59, 61, 89, 91, 94, 95, 223, 242, 282, 291, 331, 333, 347, 397, 408, 443, 482, 486, 489, 517, 526, 575, 583-584, 587, 602, 697, 707, 748, 757, 765.

Victualling—

accounts, 22, 24, 35, 73-74, 95, 132, 135, 148, 189, 305, 307, 320, 370, 398, 451, 574.

agents for, 232, 695
-, accounts of, 73, 74
-, at Lisbon, 595
-, in Leeward Islands, 629.

appropriations for—

(as by 12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 292
-, (as by 1 Anne, c. 6), 16, 292.

beer, for Company at Newfoundland, 311
-, proving bad by hot summer, 169, 464.

bills, 1, 7, 25, 33, 48, 59, 61, 67, 73, 74, 85, 92, 223, 232, 249, 317, 394, 398, 425, 507-508, 517, 575, 588, 676, 707.

drawn from Lisbon and other foreign parts, 25, 26, 622, 623, 650-651, 707.

registered in course, 158
-, interest on, paying of, at same time as principal, 59, 61, 74, 95, 647, 761.

Board, 457.

brewhouses used for. See Brewhouses—King's.

butter, lost in ships cast away in storm, 320, 457, 458.

Cashier or Treasurer for (P. Papillon, A. Sturt), accounts of, 24, 35, 73, 132, 135, 148, 189, 305, 307, 320, 370, 398, 451, 574.

cheese, lost in ships cast away in storm, 320, 457, 458.

clerks, in London and outports, repayment of tax assessments on, 731.

Commissioners (W. Carpenter, [T.] Coleby, Sir R. Haddock, [T.] Harlowe, Sir T. Littleton, Sir J. Parsons, [A.] Tilghman, [H.] Vincent et al.), 15, 22, 33, 35, 59, 61, 73-74, 92, 95, 104-105, 132, 135, 148, 232, 305, 317, 320, 370, 398, 428, 451, 507, 508, 593, 623, 629, 647-648, 651, 676, 707.

allowance to, 392.

employment of two commissioners to carry on the perfecting and passing of old accounts, 22, 73.

imprest to, 721.

memorials of, 1, 61, 133, 707.

payments by, 25, 61, 457, 593, 731.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports by, 24, 104, 107, 114, 124, 129-130, 143, 158, 169, 211, 286, 313, 320, 357, 398, 457, 464.

tax assessments on, repayment of, 731.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 24, 59, 61, 62, 73, 94, 95, 189.

to attend the Attorney General concerning duties on salt, 664.

commodities furnished for, lower prices on, 648.

contingencies, 1, 7, 25, 48, 59, 223, 249, 317, 394, 425, 517, 575, 588, 707.

contractors to—

for beer (N. Overing), 169, 464.

for butter and cheese (R. Maundrell), 104, 129-130, 158, 320, 457, 458.

for oxen and hogs (I. Holford), 143, 211, 357.

contracts, 74, 143, 357.

coopers, letter relating to, 195.

course of, 47, 48, 61, 233, 273-274, 517, 581.

creditors of, 398.

debts, 33, 428, 508, 581.

hogs, contracts for, 143, 357.

imprests, 61, 232, 721.

issues for, 1, 5, 7, 15, 25, 26, 33, 34, 47, 48, 50, 59, 60, 61, 67, 74, 85, 91, 133, 223, 233, 242, 249, 273-274, 317, 360, 375, 394, 397, 425, 443, 485, 517, 575, 581, 588, 622, 623, 650-651, 707, 721.

money for, being produce of negroes taken from pirates and sold in Nevis, 629
-, or credits for victualling the Fleet at Lisbon, 595
-, prize money realised from prizes taken in Portugal, 61.

Office, 25, 195, 622, 647, 648, 759
-, credit of, enhancing of, 95
-, mismanagement in, complaint of, 107, 124, 286
-, payment by, 311.

officers of, 577
-, embezzlements by, preventing of, 676
-, in London and outports, repayment of tax assessments on, 731.

oxen, contracts for, 143, 357.

pursers, accounts of, 73-74
-, necessary and extra-necessary money to, 1, 7, 25, 48, 59, 223, 249, 317, 394, 425, 517, 575, 588, 707.

ships employed for, 458
-, exempt from embargo, 577
-, freight of, bills for, not bearing interest, 507-508
-, prize ships to be taken into the Victualling service, 695
-, to go to Lisbon, owners of, petition for allowance for demurrage, 114, 313
-, wrecked, 457, 458.

short allowance money to seamen, 1, 7, 25, 48, 59, 223, 249, 317, 394, 425, 517, 575, 588, 707.

stores and provisions, bills for, bearing interest, 507
-, in prize ships to be taken into the Victualling service, 695.

subsistence to men pressed in ports, 61, 593.

traders dealing with, 647.

Treasurer for. See Navy— Victualling, Cashier or Treasurer for.

vote for, Marines provided for in, 9, 10.

wages, 7, 8, 15, 16, 20, 25, 29, 31, 33, 34, 42, 48, 50, 51, 59, 61, 64, 71, 85, 87, 89, 95, 242, 252, 284, 360, 375, 397, 443, 485, 517, 526, 575, 585, 705, 707, 721, 752
-, at the Nore and Spithead, 4.

See also Navy—seamen, wages.

warrant officers. See Navy— officers.

wear and tear, issues for, 7, 15, 19, 30, 36, 43, 48, 50, 61, 64, 67, 85, 116, 233, 242, 247, 284, 305, 331, 334, 369, 408, 452, 459, 517, 581, 585, 604, 622, 656, 738, 752, 767.

wounded. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

Yards—

at—

Chatham, issue for, 43, 495
-, lands at, claim concerning, 193, 212
-, timber delivered at, 138.

Deptford, issue for, 459.

Harwich, issues for, 48, 517.

Kinsale, issues for, 48, 517.

Plymouth, Commissioner of, 358
-, issues for, 48, 517
-, privateer fitting out at, for Navy service, 358.

at—

Portsmouth, issues for, 48, 517
-, officers of, 554
-, timber for, from the New Forest, 553, 554, 709.

Sheerness, issue for, 43, 495.

Woolwich, issue for, 459.

issues for, 15, 30, 34, 36, 42, 43, 47, 48, 50, 145, 284, 409, 457, 459, 495, 517, 752.

-, Dutch. See Index of Persons and Places—Holland, United Provinces of, States General of, ships of war of.

-, French. See Index of Persons and Places—France, Navy.

Necessary Woman. See Royal Household.

Neck Cloths, for Forces in Portugal, 76.

Negroes

imported by pirates, Massachusetts Bay, charges on, 502
-, sale of, 504.

in Jamaica, additional duty and impost on, 709.

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

New Company. See East India Company —Joint Stock or New Company.

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

New River Water. See Water.

New Year's Gifts. See Gifts.

Newfoundland Fishery. See Fisheries.

News Writers, regalers given to, at Christmas, by Envoy Extraordinary, 479, 480.

Night Watchmen, 580.

Nobles. See Coins.

Noontenders. See Customs.

Norroy King. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

North Sea Fishery. See Fisheries.