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Rabbit (Coney) Warren, in Bagshot Park, 549.

Race. See Horse Race.

Raisins
-, from the Spanish Dominions, seizure of, 685
-, shipped in English ships, imposing of new duties upon, by the Venetian Republic, 189, 535.

Rangers, of—

Royal Parks. See Royal Parks.

Woods and Forests. See Woods and Forests.

Ransom, for ship and cargo, 249, 758.

Rapparees, Ireland, collector of revenue robbed by, 483.

Rat Killer to the Queen
-, (W. Hester), livery for, 285, 463
-, payments to, 348, 465, 731.

Rates, of—

Discount. See Discount, rates of.

Exchange. See Exchange, rates of.

Interest. See Interest, rates of.

Readers, of—

Laws. See Laws.

Physic. See Physic.

Rebels, in Hungary, cruelty of, 195.

Records

in—

Tower of London (Caesar's Chapel in the White Tower)— digesting of—

certificates concerning, 130.

clerks employed in, allowances to, 315, 426, 538, 619, 720.

paper for, 130.

supervisor of (W. Pettit)—

chief clerk to (G. Holmes), allowance to, 315, 426, 538, 619, 720.

issues to, 315, 426, 538,619, 720.

quarterly certificates by, 130.

[Keeper of] (W. Pettit), 130.

Office and Repository for—

presses, shelves and conveniences, provision of, 403.

repairs and alterations, 154, 377, 403.

in—

Westminster Abbey (Old Chapter House)—

Address relating to, 196, 599.

of—

Courts, 599.

Treasury of the Exchequer Receipt. See Exchequer Receipt— Treasury of.

inspecting of, Lords Committee for, 599.

of—

amerciaments, 303, 372
-, Crown Land revenues,703
-, forfeitures of Recusants, 303, 372, 418, 446, 667
-, jointure lands of Queen Catherine of Braganca, 196, 551, 661, 750, 759.

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

Public, 599.

See also Charters
-, Deeds
-, State Paper Office.

Rectories, of Bladon and Stonesfield, 225.

Recusants. See Roman Catholics.

Refugees, French (Protestant)—

estates and effects of. See Estates—of French Refugees.

Gentry, deputies of, petitions from, for royal bounty, 395
-, numbers and poverty of, 395.

grant of estate, 81, 192.

Ministers, in the Savoy, annuity for, 394, 528, 690
-, payment to, 111
-, petition of, 111
-, royal bounty to, 354, 395, 744.

officers, in the descent into Languedoc, petition of, 174, 183.

in Ireland, to become officers of French Regiments of Foot to be raised in England, 609
-, royal bounty to, for travelling charges and equipment, 609.

pensioners on the Irish Establishment. See Pensions—on, Irish Establishment.

petitions of, concerning—

estates, 27, 81, 192, 202, 266, 580, 585, 695, 703
-, royal bounty, 102, 142, 157, 160, 395.

poorest of, petition in behalf of, 102, 157, 160

royal bounty or charity to, 21, 94, 354, 395, 609, 744, 748.

petitions concerning, 102, 142, 157, 160, 395.

Trustees or Commissioners or Committee for the distribution of (Archbishop of Canterbury et al.), 102, 160, 354, 395, 744
-, complaint against, 142, 157
-, payments to, 160.

Regalers, given by Ambassador to news writers etc. at Christmas, 479, 480.

Regalia
-, in the Tower of London, keeper of (T. Edwards), petition of, 175
-, of Order of Garter, 616.

Reis. See Coins—milreis and reis.

Rejoicing at St. Paul's, London. See Thanksgiving Day.

Remembrancers

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.

of City of London (W. Bellamy), 675.

of First Fruits and Tenths. See First Fruits and Tenths.

Queen's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.

Removing Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Removing.

Rents

arrears of, release or discharge of, 82, 188.

fee farm rents. See Lands— Crown, revenues.

for French Church at Wapping, 82.

from forfeited estates. See Estates—forfeited, profits or rents from.

in Plantations—

Barbados, Receiver General of, 548, 630.

due from Proprietors of— Carolina, 108
-, the Jerseys, 108, 306-307.

of—

estates extended for debt. See Estates—extended for debt, profits or rents of.

Hackney Coaches. See Hackney Coaches.

houses. See Houses—rented or hired.

manors. See Manors.

Mote Park, Windsor, 378, 575, 578, 765.

Post Fines. See Post Fines.

stables, at Greenwich, 648.

out of Wychwood Forest, 79, 643.

quit rents. See Quit Rents.

rentals. See Lands—Crown, surveys, valuations, rentals, particulars, etc.

Requests, Court of, lights in, for accommodation of both Houses of Parliament, 269, 674.

Rest, for Queen's back, case for, 322.

Restoration, The, 201, 434, 648.

Restraining Act (1 Anne, c. 1), 400.

Revels

Comptroller of (L'Estrange Symes), fee to, 303.

Master of (C. Killigrew), fee to, 303.

Yeoman of (H. Harris), fee to, 303.

Revolt, in the Cevennes, 93.

succour of the Cevennois, account relating to, between England and Holland, balance of, 62, 589
-, issue on, 43.

Revolution, The, 17, 374.

Rheumatism
-, contracted by Army service, 82
-, Secretary to Lord High Treasurer ill with, 634.

Rice
-, exportation of, from Plantations to foreign markets, abuses in, 259
-, remedy provided by Act (7-8 Wm. III, c. 22), 259.

Richmond Herald. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Riding, or Preventive, Officers. See Customs.

Riding Foresters. See Woods and Forests —rangers or riding foresters.

Riding Purveyor (A. Powell), petition of children of, for continuation of pension, 131.

Riding Surveyors. See Customs.

Ridings
-, See Royal Parks
-, Woods and Forests.

Rings, presented to Ambassadors etc., 67, 363, 618.

Riots
-, at Chester, 283
-, prosecutions for rioting, 283.

Roads

in Hyde Park, watering of, 113, 184, 300, 537.

Queen's Private—

between Datchet Ferry and Old Windsor, repairs to, 188, 536, 741.

disbursements for, 329.

Keeper or Surveyor of (M. Studholme), patent fee to, 308, 390, 611
-, payments to, 329, 741
-, petitions of, for payment, 119, 148, 188, 536
-, riding charges, 308, 390, 611.

to Newmarket, work done in, 269.

Robberies

in Middlesex, 432, 483.

of—

Excise gauger, 166, 461
-, revenue collector, Ireland, 159, 483, 706.

persons accused or suspected of, 483, 505.

persons robbed to apply to the first Assizes after the robbery (9 Wm. III, c. 9, Ireland), 706.

stealing of—

deer, 573, 689
-, horses, 432.

Robbers
-, See Deer Stealers
-, Highwaymen
-, Rapparees.

Robes

[Clerk of] ([W.] van Hulls), issue to, 16.

delivery to, of Holland and cambric for the Queen, 572
-, of mercers' wares, 638, 745.

Gentlemen of, 136.

[Groom of] (C. Hodges), account of, 745
-, issues to, 278, 369, 745.

imprests for, 278, 369, 745.

Masters of (Earl of Albemarle, Count C. de Nassau, Earl of Rochford, Earl of Torrington), accounts of, 136, 181, 191, 201, 279, 295, 534, 599, 638, 745.

Mistress of (Duchess of Marlborough), directions of, for applying an imprest, 278
-, salary to, 745.

salaries, 745.

services relating to the Coronation, 745.

Rock Salt. See Salt.

Roman Catholics (Jesuits, Papists, Popish Priests, Recusants)—

convictions, rents and seizures of recusants, drawing down and charging of, by Clerk of the Pipe, 254.

edict of King of France entitling the nearest Roman Catholic relation to estates in France, 27-28, 580.

estates of, liable to double charge of assessments, 279
-, account of, 400.

forfeitures of recusants, records of, fees and allowances to Clerk of Foreign Estreats for keeping etc., 303, 367, 372, 418, 446, 667.

houses in the Savoy deserted by, at the Revolution, 150, 374.

outpensioners, Chelsea Hospital, 262.

saying mass, prosecuted under Act (11 Wm. III, c. 4) for the reward offered, 565
-, prosecutor fraudulently bought off, 565
-, sureties for appearance of, at the Old Bailey, recognizances of, 154, 374, 565.

Roofing, of—

buildings in Cotton House, repairing of, 77
-, Ludlow Castle, destroyed by dirt and rubbish of leads and gutters, 366.

Ropes, Datchet Ferry, allowance for, 241.

Rose. See Feathers and Rose.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Royal Bedchamber

Groom of the Stole and First Lady of (Duchess of Marlborough), salary to, 277, 337, 427, 528, 617, 694.

Ladies of (Countess of Abingdon, Countess of Burlington, Lady Frescheville, Lady Godolphin, Marchioness of Hartington, Lady Hyde, Duchess of Ormonde, Countess of Scarborough, Duchess of Somerset, Countess of Sunderland), salaries to, 277, 337, 427, 528, 617, 694.

Pages of, to William III, chamber keeper to (J. Clark), petition of, 205, 730.

Women of (A. Cooper, B. Danvers, M. Fielding, A. Hill)—

bed, blankets etc. for, 460, 506
-, travelling bedstead, repair of, 322.

delivery to, of cabinet and trunks for the Queen's body linen, 320.

salaries to, 277, 337, 428, 528, 617, 694.

Royal Bounty

establishment or list for, 83.

additional list or additions, 83-84
-, issue to clear, 316.

issues for, 94, 316.

in lieu of pension or arrears of pension, 378, 512.

payments for (by E. Nicholas), 229, 316, 332, 354, 378, 649, 734-735.

pension in lieu of, 649.

petitions for, 29, 210, 332, 370, 387, 464.

Queen Anne's Bounty. See Queen Anne's Bounty.

Queen's Private Bounties. See Pensions—Queen's Private Pensions, Allowances or Bounties.

to—

Churchwardens of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 354.

English Church at Rotterdam, 576.

Forces—

lieutenant colonels of Foot at Blenheim, 82
-, serving in Germany in 1704, 7, 82, 484
-, soldiers disabled and invalided in actions of Schellenburg and Blenheim, 613.

French Church at Wapping, 735.

French Refugees. See Refugees, French, royal bounty or charity to.

master and men of transport ship defended against the enemy, 172, 175, 481, 512.

St. Thomas's Hospital, 168.

widows and children of boatmen drowned at Southampton, 431.

recipients named :

Albemarle, Earl of.

Alston, —.

Bar Montmelian, Marguerite de.

Barham, T.

Beaune Louvigny, Jeanne de.

Beauvoir R,.

Becquet, Marie.

Bennett, [J.]

Boys, W.

Bradley, E.

Braguier, Jean.

Brown, E.

Buckingham, Duchess of.

Butts, J.

Cassilis, Countess.

Chamier, Magdalen.

Christian, —, widow.

Clancarty, Countess of, children of.

Collier, Elizabeth.

Collingwood, Margaret.

Conway, Eleanor.

Cooper, W.

Cornwallis, T.

Court, Mary la.

Court, Viconze la.

Croisett, Margaret.

Crowne, J.

Curtis, Barbara.

Cutts, Lord.

Dackin, J.

Dallons, F.

Dammin, T., widow and children of.

Davies, R.

Delaval, G.

Delorain, Countess of.

Dollard, Cath[erine].

Durell, H.

Edgworth, A.

England, T.

Entragues, — d'.

Fisher, R.

Fletcher, —.

Flournoys, P.

Foissac, Louise de.

Frotte, Charlotte de.

Fullerton, Mary.

Galway, Earl of.

Gellott, Ellizabeth.

Gendrault, P. P.

Gohin, Hester.

Grangue, Anne Daniel de.

Harris, G.

Holmes, G.

Houston, Eliza.

Inwood, R.

Killigrew, Barbara.

Killigrew, H.

Killigrew, Mary.

Killigrew, W.

Laussac, A.

Lowther, T.

Lunt, J.

Maclean, Sir J.

Malien, Susanna de.

Malleray, I.

Marlborough, Countess Dowager of.

Marmande, Charlotte de.

Mauclere, Ann.

Montandre, Marquis of.

Neufeville, Claude Margaretta de.

O'Brien, [Catherine].

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of.

Phillips, [R.]

Pinyot, Louise.

Pinyot, Mary.

Pitt, J.

Porter, G.

Prade, L. de la.

Pride, Rebecca.

Proisly Dept. de Tugny, Judith de.

Quirehamp, Catharine de.

Regnier, V. de.

Renaud, Francoise Marie.

Renaud, Hester.

Reynell, Arthur.

Ricard, Judith.

Ricaut, Charlotte.

Rivett, E.

Rowe, Mary.

St. Legere de Bacatan, Susanne Marie.

Serriere, Susanne de.

Shannon, Viscount.

Shrimpton, J.

Sylvius, Ann de.

Talbot, Katherine.

Tate, N.

Vaughan, Ellinor or Hellen.

Verrio, A.

Wansborough, Dorothy.

Royal Family, at Newmarket, Winchester and Windsor, medicines for, 628.

Royal Gardens And Plantations

bowling greens, 733.

dimensions of, 683.

fountains in, cleansing of basins and turning of cocks, 264
-, enclosure of, with a rail, estimate of charge for, 614
-, leaden pipes for, 264.

greenhouse, building of, 329.

greens, 734.

houses, 734.

keeping and maintaining of—

contract for, new, 82, 733-734.

contractor for (H. Wise)—

bills of, examination of, 616.

date of undertaking to keep the gardens, 462.

gardens and plantations under care of, 733-734
-, dimensions of, 683.

payments to, 9, 16, 24, 26, 149, 257, 285-286, 340, 375, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746
-, for allowance for St. James's Park, 26, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746
-, for work not included in contract, 619, 703, 713
-, of 20l. per acre in place of annual payment of 1,600l. 82, 733.

permits for doors into St. James's Park, 290, 330.

petition referred to, 462.

petitions or memorials of, 82, 149, 703, 713
-, for leave to erect a house near Hampton Court Green, 149, 155, 165, 179, 353, 376.

report by, 102.

keepers or gardeners (R. Ford, L. Gurle, W. Kirk), 211
-, appointment of, 462
-, discharged, 462
-, fees to, 309, 313, 367, 418, 515, 665
-, petition of, 462
-, profits and salary to, 462, 734.

meadow, 733.

schedule of, 733-734.

wall, building of, 329.

works in, 9, 16, 257, 281, 286, 340, 375, 616, 619, 713.

See also Index of Persons and Places

Hampton Court.

Kensington.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in— St. James's Park
-, Whitehall Palace, Privy Garden.

Newmarket.

Windsor—Castle.

Royal Household

Act for better support of (1 Anne, c. 1), 335.

apothecaries to. See Apothecaries.

chaplains to. See Chaplains— Queen's.

Cofferer of (Sir B. Bathurst, Earl of Bradford, F. Godolphin), 82, 84.

account of, issue for clearing, 6-7, 247.

issues to, 8, 16, 21, 25, 32, 43, 47, 65, 67, 77, 78, 86, 93, 99, 252, 257, 284, 334, 339, 375, 386, 394, 397, 420, 447, 453, 459, 505, 510, 548-549, 552, 554, 576, 593, 598, 612, 616, 619, 650, 660, 686, 729, 769.

Office of, 32, 43, 47, 258, 394
-, debt in, 247.

payments by, 314, 339, 375, 397, 549, 552, 554.

establishment of, 459, 576, 593, 598, 612, 616, 660, 686.

expenses—

extraordinary, 394, 447.

of entertaining—

Ambassador from Morocco and his retinue, 77, 650
-, King of Spain on his voyage to Portugal, 6
-, Prince of Hesse Darmstadt etc. on Fleet in Mediterranean, 375, 397.

relating to the Queen's progress to Winchester, 24, 25, 394.

fife player to (J. Ashbury), petition of, 173.

footmen—

in waiting at St. James's Palace, bedding etc. and utensils for use of, 572.

lodgings of, at Windsor, 645.

pensionary, 549.

salaries to, 549, 554.

Greencloth, Board of, 6-7, 67, 104, 190, 211, 212, 247, 258
-, officers of, 103, 728, 729.

groom (J. Oakley), arrears to, 339.

Knight Marshal. See Knight Marshal.

Lord Chamberlain (Earl of Jersey, Earl of Kent), 139, 308, 363, 397, 406.

appointment by, of officers and servants of Chamber to attend Queen at Windsor or Hampton Court, 314.

lodgings of, at Whitehall Palace, 281.

medal and chain for, 364.

Office of, extraordinary disbursements in, 204, 297-298, 628
-, house used for, rent of, 253, 518
-, stationery for, 299, 731.

present from Queen at christening of his child, 588.

proposal of, concerning messengers of the Chamber, 553.

[Secretary to] (Sir J. Stanley), 4.

warrants of, 52, 221, 250, 253, 279, 284, 285, 296, 298, 308, 318-319, 320, 321, 322, 328, 342, 357, 364, 376, 387, 388, 429, 430, 449, 452, 456, 460, 463, 465, 468, 478, 485, 495, 505, 512, 524, 527, 541, 545, 546, 547, 572, 588, 618, 644, 653, 678, 679, 693, 704, 731
-, for paying for jewels, not to be signed without certificates of value from Master of Jewel House, 23.

Maids of Honour (M. Berkeley, E. Collier, A Duncombe, M. Forrester, L. Frowde, J. Kingdon, A. Smith, M. Stanhope)—

furniture for, 572.

in Queen's intended progress to Winchester, 394.

lodgings for, in—

London, 298
-, Winchester, 394
-, Windsor, 298, 645.

marriage dowries, 308
-, royal bounty for, 94, 725.

number of, reduced, 694.

salaries, annuities or pensions to, 16, 210, 277, 308, 337, 428, 528, 617, 694, 734, 760, 765.

servants of, lodgings for, in Windsor, 298, 299.

sick of the small pox, 298.

Necessary Woman (M. Foiston), travelling charges and lodgings, 628.

officers of, attending the Queen, allowance to, 314.

physicians to. See Physicians.

purveyances for, issue for, 619.

purveyors to, of—

butcher's meat (Jane Heard), arrears of, 190, 549.

oats and beans (J. Vezian), arrears of, 121, 190, 549.

wines (S. Thompson), 234.

Sempstress (E. Colledge, D. Ireland), allowance to, arrears of, 549, 555.

servants of—

to King William III—

arrears to, issues and payments for, 146, 246, 253, 258, 339, 354, 369, 518, 548, 548-549, 552, 554.

at Kensington, 111.

debts due to, 27, 234.

lodging of, 111.

out of employment and most necessitous, list of, 258.

to Queen Anne—

above stairs, allowance to, 135
-, petition of, 119, 135
-, wages to, 4.

allowances, advances, salaries or wages to, 4, 16, 18-19, 99, 226, 284, 314, 348, 453, 769.

apothecaries' bills, 298.

attending at—

Bath, 298
-, Hampton Court, 18, 314
-, Newmarket, 4, 99, 226, 298, 348, 769
-, Winchester, 645
-, Windsor, 16, 18, 284, 298, 314, 348, 645.

below stairs, issue for, 16
-, travelling charges, 18-19.

lodging of, 298.

riding charges, 18-19, 314, 348, 386, 645.

to Queen Mary II—

issue for, 481.

livery servants, petition of, 135.

travelling charges, 688.

upholsterer's bills, 298.

Vice Chamberlain (P. Bertie), allowance to, 76, 300, 366, 417, 514, 528, 652, 700
-, office of, ancient profits of, 300, 652.

wages and board wages, 459, 576, 593, 598, 616, 660, 686, 729.

wardrobe, house used as, rent of, 298.

wine for, 67, 619, 728-729.

Royal Houses. See Royal Palaces and Houses.

Royal Letters, carrier of. See Court Post.

Royal Mews And Stables

account of (1702) (of C. Johnson), 23, 136, 753.

at—

Kensington, deputy surveyor (J. Vaughan), petition of, for payment of bill, 190
-, work in, 190.

Newmarket, rubbing house near, building of, 419.

St. James's Palace, water for, 628.

Windsor, convenient for a wood yard, 240
-, lease of, 240
-, report on, 103, 240
-, ruinated and pillaged, 240.

clerk of (E. Jollivet), left out of establishment of pensions, 18
-, petition of, for pension, 18, 128
-, salary due to, 18.

debt to, issue in part of, 94.

extraordinaries of, account of, 94, 741
-, issues or imprests for, 94, 375, 667, 743.

issues for, 23, 94, 136, 753.

Master of the Horse (Duke of Somerset), accounts of, 23, 94, 741
-, issues to, 23, 94, 375, 667, 743
-, order of, for physic for servants of stables, 628.

officers of, not continued in Queen's service, pensions to, establishment of, 18.

repairs to, 361.

servants of, medicines and physic to, 628.

Stud Master (R. Marshall, T. Pullein), arrears of, 117
-, petitions, 117, 215.

works in, 190, 361.

Royal Mines. See Mines.

Royal Palaces And Houses

accommodation or conveniency of, bridge over Thames for, 610
-, tenements and land purchased for, 488.

canopies. See Canopies.

carving, 686.

chapels. See Chapels—Royal.

conduit in. See Conduits.

courts, 281.

entertainment at, of—

Ambassador from Morocco, 734
-, King of Spain, 298.

fire at, extinguishing of, 281.

footmen. See Royal Household.

furniture and furnishings. See Furniture and Furnishings.

gamekeepers. See Gamekeepers.

gardens and plantations. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

gates or gateways, 295, 300, 492.

goods carried to, payment for, 386.

guard rooms—

furnishing of, for a Court Martial, 530
-, repairs to, and the sutleries, 136, 159, 202, 248, 402, 530, 698.

gunners at, 132, 273.

housekeepers ([S. de] Brienne, H. Lowman, T. Walker), 190.

bedding for, 320.

delivery to, of—

furnishings, 342
-, spaw water, 176, 334, 402, 501.

fees or salaries, 303, 309, 366, 399, 418, 515, 666.

lodgings of, 402, 501.

under housekeeper (E. Brown), salary to, 553, 645.

lodgings in, 111, 132-133, 146, 281, 298, 318, 319, 357, 369, 402, 430, 465, 501, 518, 521, 612, 614, 620, 737.

painting in. See Painting.

parks. See Royal Parks.

paving, 281.

receptions at, 319.

roads or highways leading to, 329
-, watering of, 300, 537.

See also Roads.

sentry boxes, repairing or rebuilding of, 416.

stables. See Royal Mews and Stables.

standard, yearly, for grant of honor and manor of Woodstock, 225.

tapestries. See Tapestries.

tenements parcel of, lease of, 416.

umbrellas. See Umbrellas.

wardrobe keeper (Mary Lowman), fee or salary to, 303, 399, 418, 515, 666.

water for, 264, 274, 375, 491, 628
-, cutting off of, 275.

works in. See Works and Buildings.

yards, 281.

See also Index of Persons and Places

Audley End.

Greenwich—Royal Hospital or King's House.

Hampton Court—Palace.

Hounslow—King's House.

Kensington—Palace.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in— St. James's Palace
-, Westminster Palace
-, Whitehall Palace.

Newmarket—Palace.

Richmond, co. Surrey— Palace.

Winchester—Palace.

Windsor—Castle.

Royal Parks

agreement concerning, 24.

bailiff of (T. Satchfield), salary to, 309, 666.

custody etc. of, lease of, 166, 477, 549, 594, 618-619.

deer in, beans for, 546
-, corn for, 399
-, hay for, 399, 546, 639, 675, 746.

dog kennel in, annoyance of, 520
-, ground occupied by, petition for grant of, 520.

doors or passages into, 17, 18, 106, 114, 128, 134, 290, 330.

enclosures in, tax assessments on, 703.

enlargement of, 240.

extended for debt, petition concerning, 575.

fish, food for, 399, 746
-, keeping of, in an island, repair of punts and trunks for, 628.

fowl, food for, 399, 746.

gardens and plantations. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

gatekeepers, 399, 546.

gates, 537, 636.

gunners in, 132, 273.

hay formerly delivered to, representation concerning grant of, 675.

improvement of, proposal for, 205-206.

island in, 628.

keepers of (C. Garraway, H. Portman, E. Progers), delivery to, of old pales, posts and rails, 73, 96, 768
-, disbursements by, 335, 521
-, issue to, 546
-, letter of, 154
-, notice of repairs, 521
-, petitions of, 131, 177, 521, 599.

See also Royal Parks— Rangers and Keepers of.

keeping etc. of, allowance for, 26, 399, 455, 562, 639, 746.

land in, lease of, 248.

laundry, 549.

letter relating to, 154.

lodges, 549, 594
-, gardens at, maintaining of, 733, 734
-, hay etc. for, 115
-, repairs to, 599.

moletaker (H. Badger), salary to, 309, 666.

paving in, 281.

pheasantry in, 733
-, keeper (J. Warner), petition of, 523
-, repairs to, 523, 545.

posts, pales and rails, delivery of, to keeper, 73, 96, 768.

rabbit (coney) warren, 549.

Rangers and Keepers of (Earl of Arran, J. Graham, Earl of Ranelagh, Earl of Rochester, Sir E. Seymour), 166, 191, 477, 549, 594, 618-619.

fee to, 310, 367, 418, 666.

office of, annuity for, 480
-, assignment of, 480.

petitions of, 191, 592, 703.

rent of, 378, 575, 578, 765.

repairs in, 281, 335, 521, 599, 636.

riding in, extending of, 227.

road in, watering of, 111, 113, 184, 300, 537.

salaries etc., 309, 399, 417, 423, 639, 666, 746.

trees, boxing of, 768
-, felling and selling of, 227.

underkeepers of (E. Aldridge, T. Westwood), allowances or salaries to, 309, 399, 417, 423, 546, 666, 746
-, petition of, for payment, 636
-, watering park, 113, 184, 300, 536.

walls and walling, 96, 240, 281, 329, 636.

watering of, 111, 113, 184, 300, 536, 537.

works in, 122, 636.

See also Index of Persons and Places

Hampton Court — Bushey Park
-, House Park
-, Middle Park.

See also Index of Persons and Places

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in— Hyde Park
-, St. James's Park.

Richmond, co. Surrey—New Park
-, Old Park.

Windsor—Forest, Bagshot Park
-, Great Park
-, Little Park
-, Mote Park.

Woodstock.

Royal Watermen. See Watermen.

Royalties. See Lands—Crown.

Rubbing House, near stables at Newmarket, building of, payment for, 419.

Rug, for use of footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572.

Rum

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

from Barbados, 464, 497, 651, 685.

imported into New York, 711.

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

reducing of, to proof, 651, 685.

salved from ship cast ashore, 168-169, 464, 497.

seizure of, 497.

Russia Leather. See Leather.