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'Index Of Subjects: S', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1178-1195. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84905 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Sailors. See Seamen.

Salt And Rock Salt

duties on (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7, 7-8 Wm. III, c. 31, 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20, 9 Wm. III, c. 44 and 1 Anne, c. 7), 657.

annuities charged on. See Annuities—on the Salt Duties.

appropriated for a yearly fund to pay 8 per cent. annuities to the East India Company. See Annuities—on the Salt Duties.

appropriated till 1 August, 1706, for the repayment of loans and deficiencies (by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20), 97, 758.

surplus of, accounts etc. of, to be kept distinct before and after 1 August, 1706, 97, 758
-, appropriated to deficiencies specified in Act of 1 Anne, c. 7, 97, 758
-, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 263, 589, 707.

Board, 96, 97.

bonds for, 200, 476.

collectors of—

Falmouth (G. Spry), estate extended, 564
-, failure of, 564
-, surety for, petition of, 200, 564.

Northumberland (M. Talbot), accounts of, allowances to be made in, 446
-, petition of, 120, 446.

South Shields or Newcastle (J. Bell, M. Taylor)—

behaviour of, to be certified, 179, 487.

continuance of, 173, 519.

letter in behalf of, 173, 519.

removal of, to Liverpool, 179, 487.

securities of, bonds of, 612
-, discharge of, from costs of suits, 612, 623
-, payment by, 612.

Commissioners of (T. Aram, E. Brereton, J. Danvers, H. Griffith, T. Hopkins, A. Toll, J. Wyneve)—

accounts, 723.

commissions, 650.

complaint by, against T. Stanwix, Lieutenant Governor of Carlisle, 496.

payment by, 508.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 78, 106, 109, 120, 122, 142, 148, 153, 154, 170, 173, 179, 191, 192, 195, 200, 205, 206, 243, 336, 356, 417, 446, 476, 508, 564, 612, 623, 633, 657, 658, 673, 748.

salaries, 650.

Secretary to (M. East), 15, 103.

to—

attend or attending the Treasury, 34, 96-97.

certify behaviour of collector, 179, 487.

continue collector at South Shields, 173, 519.

keep distinct accounts etc. of Salt duties before and after 1 August, 1706, 97, 758.

pay in receipts on fund subscribed to East India Company, 400.

warrants to, 257, 372, 417, 446, 508, 552, 623, 658.

complaints against T. Stanwix, Lieutenant Governor of Carlisle, 182, 496.

Comptroller of (T. Broderick, T. Hopkins), 650
-, appointment of, 650
-, salary of, 650.

debts for, 122, 149, 153, 154, 170, 200, 257, 336, 356, 417, 476, 552, 658.

deficiencies of, 90, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682.

application of revenue to, 90, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425.

register of, cleared, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682.

repayment of, till 1 August, 1706, 97, 758.

drawback of, claim for, 417
-, fraudulent, 508.

exemption from, allowed to Scotland, in case of the Union between England and Scotland, 657.

frauds, discovery of, 96-97, 207, 508.

laws relating to, and proposals concerning Scotoh salt, 657.

loans on, issue out of, 482
-, repayment of, 97, 707, 758.

managers of (P. Ryley, G. Townsend, et. al.), 78.

of 28d. per bushel (by 9 Wm. III, c. 44), 427.

Office, incidents bills, 226, 339, 461, 585, 635, 729
-, salary bills, 316, 428, 522, 611, 686.

officers, 214, 681
-, complaint against, and displacing of, 206, 748
-, obstructions to, at Carlisle, 142
-, with salaries not exceeding 100l. per annum, repayment of tax assessments, 148, 372, 748.

See also Salt and Rook Salt—duties on, collectors of.

petition concerning, of inhabitants of Scilly Islands, 673.

revenue from, decrease of, 34
-, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 97, 263, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630-631, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 758, 769
-, gross produce of, states of, 34.

scheme concerning, 664.

foreign, smuggling of, in Padstow port, 413.

imported into Ireland, keeper of accounts of, appointment of, 253
-, correspondence with, of Customs officers, 253
-, residence of, in London, 253.

prize, not truly measured, overpayment for, 393.

Scotch, exportation of, to England or the Plantations, in case of Union between England and Scotland, without paying like duties charged on English salt during exemption allowed to Scotland from the said duties, proposals for preventing, 657.

shipped for parts beyond the seas and relanded in Wales by forged certificates, 508.

ships lading, at Lisbon, 532
-, removal of embargo, 595.

used in the preservation of fish, letter relating to, 149.

Saltpetre, for the Ordnance. See East India Company.

Salvage Money. See Admiralty.

Samson, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Sardonyx, seal on, 763.

Satin

bolsters, 320, 364.

coverings for bedding, 364.

lining, 322.

mattress, 364.

pillows, 364.

quilt, 364.

white, 320.

Scandal, Public. See Public Scandal.

Schillings. See Coins.

Schoolmasters

going to the Plantations, passage money to, 242, 350, 574, 700.

of—

Market Harborough school, annuity to, 764.

Southwell school, perpetuity to, 515.

Schools, Colleges and Universities—

annuities, perpetuities or pensions to, 302, 338, 367, 369, 514, 515, 544, 720, 764.

charter of, surrender of, 454.

exhibitions to poor scholars, 246, 595.

free schools, 764.

Greek youths, maintenance and education of, 149, 552.

Professors, of—

Civil Law. See Civil Law.

Physic. See Physic.

Readers, of—

Laws. See Laws.

Physic. See Physic.

Rymer's Foedera for, 96.

See also Index of Persons and Places

Cambridge—University.

Chudleigh—Free School.

Eton—College.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in— Royal School of William III.

Market Harborough—Free School.

Oxford—University.

Southwell—school.

Sciences, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Scire Facias, 307.

Sconces

at St. James's Palace, 430.

cleaning of, 644.

glasses for, 430, 644.

in—

Music Room, Kensington, 644
-, Withdrawing Room, St. James's Palace, 430.

mending of, 430.

out of lodgings at St. James's Palace, 430.

silver, 430, 644.

silvering of, 430.

varnishing of, 430.

Scotch Conspiracy, matters relating to, 554.

Scrivener, in Massachusetts Bay, 503.

Sea Coal. See Coal.

Seals and Signets

Clerk of the Signet, warrants etc. to, 231, 258, 260, 299, 349, 377, 413, 447, 452, 483, 484, 492, 500, 531, 644, 646, 667, 734, 765.

for—

counties of Anglesey, Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Glamorgan, Merioneth, Montgomery, Pembroke and Radnor, 763.

the Plantations—

Barbados, 620, 651
-, Bermudas, 620, 651
-, Jamaica, 620, 651
-, Leeward Islands, 620, 651
-, Maryland, 620, 651
-, Massachusetts Bay, 620, 651
-, New Hampshire, 620, 651
-, New Jersey, 620, 651
-, New York, 620, 651
-, Virginia, 531, 620, 651.

See also Admiralty—High Court of
-, Ecclesiastical Affairs
-, Exchequer Court
-, Garter, Order of the
-, Post Office.

Great Seal. See Great Seal.

in—

lead, 394
-, silver, 620
-, steel, 763
-, stone, 763.

judicial, 763.

on—

beryl, 763
-, sardonyx, 763.

Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

Public, imitation of, proposal relating to, 135.

Queens', 763.

engravers of (H. Harris, J. Roos), fee or salary to, 438, 515, 663
-, payments to, for making seals, 643, 763.

See also Mint—engravers of.

See also Mint.

Seamen
-, (Mariners, Sailors), employed in harbours, Newfoundland, 596
-, in Bristol Channel, 235
-, petitions of, 168-169, 451-452.

See also Customs
-, Excise
-, Fishermen
-, Navy
-, Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

Searchers. See Customs.

Seasons, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Second General Mortgage. See Deficiencies of Several Funds—Acts for making good.

Secret Service

issues for, 6, 16, 19, 20, 21, 24, 27, 33, 52, 54, 62, 65, 74, 90, 93, 95, 99, 231, 242, 284, 317, 339, 375, 399, 405, 428, 483, 489, 493, 537, 590, 591, 612, 641, 644, 658, 663, 705, 722, 733, 739, 745, 749, 769.

money, payments out of, 1, 4, 16, 17, 39, 78, 79, 84, 93, 95, 98, 102, 119, 127, 188, 190, 195, 200, 212.

Secretaries of State (Principal) (R. Harley, Sir C. Hedges, Earl of Nottingham, [J.] Vernon), 9, 38, 57, 79, 80, 104, 114, 115, 118, 121, 128, 129, 130, 135, 137, 139, 140, 141, 144, 156, 160, 162, 163, 164, 168, 171, 175, 176, 179, 184, 185, 187, 188, 194, 200, 202, 203, 207, 209, 213, 215, 332, 345, 347, 363, 387, 391, 407, 421, 433, 439, 444, 453, 479, 480, 485, 487, 505, 561, 573, 579, 621, 622, 643, 690, 695, 756, 767.

attack on, 93.

delivery to, of silver boxes to contain the Great Seal, 322, 463, 465, 588, 653.

Office of, 562
-, in the Cockpit, 423.

officers of, fees or allowances to, relating to Bills passed in Ireland, 434.

salaries or allowances to, 315, 372, 438, 460, 544, 614, 700.

secret service issues, 19, 52, 231, 317, 399, 405, 483, 493, 537, 591, 644, 658, 722, 733, 745.

stationery for, 348, 386, 645, 731.

Surveyor General of Woods, America, or his deputy, to report to, half yearly, 520-521.

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

Secretary at War (H. St. John), 3, 12, 13, 39, 52, 69, 80, 87, 110, 155, 208, 265.

Acts of Parliament for, 633.

advance by, to A. de Guiscard, 93.

Articles of War for, 633.

[clerk to] ([A.] Cardonel), 52, 404, 406, 634, 708.

Office of, chief clerk in (S. Lynn), petition of, 637.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 80, 84, 87, 103, 114, 115, 120, 126, 129, 132, 137, 142, 147, 154, 170, 181, 184, 187, 193, 197, 208, 219, 232, 238, 253, 273, 278, 307, 308, 311, 312, 326, 350, 359, 362, 505, 532, 535, 612, 629, 670, 675, 679-680, 683, 712.

warrants to, 312, 362.

warrants to be prepared by, 5, 72, 88, 114, 116, 123, 144, 148, 208, 219, 230, 232, 235, 264, 271, 286, 290, 291, 307, 311, 312, 327, 328, 350, 352, 361, 396, 406, 408, 411, 453, 464, 466, 467, 475, 508, 530, 538, 541, 582, 583, 591, 632, 636, 641, 652, 653, 657, 669, 674, 679, 690, 692, 725, 749, 767.

Sedition

raising of, in Barbados, 437.

seditious practices, information of, 283.

seditious words, prosecution for, 639.

Sempstress. See Royal Household.

Sentry Boxes. See Royal Palaces and Houses.

Serge

case, 322
-, covers or coverings, 387, 463
-, crimson, 387
-, curtains, 430
-, facings, 653
-, green, 319, 429, 430, 463
-, hangings, 429
-, linings, 319, 463, 653.

Serjeant of the Vestry. See Chapels— Royal.

Serjeant Painter. See Works and Buildings.

Serjeant Trumpeter
-, ([J.] Shore), Trumpeters (Queen's) (12) and Kettledrummers (Queen's) (3), kettle drums for, 298
-, liveries for, 388, 485.

Serjeants-at-Arms (T. Charnock, D. Gardiner, S. Goatley, B. Gregg, M. Hutton, J. Lawson, S. Powell, P. Ryley, R. Ryley, J. Templer, T. Turst, E. Williamson)—

attending the—

House of Commons (S. Powell), Acts, Proclamations etc. for, 338, 507
-, disbursements for coals etc., 254
-, stationery for, 507.

House of Lords (S. Goatley), allowance to, for attending the Speaker, 256, 659.

Lord High Treasurer (P. Ryley, R. Ryley), office of, grant of, 52, 541
-, grant revoked, 52, 541.

fees and board wages, 301, 324, 367, 418, 514, 666.

travelling charges, petition for, 205, 206.

Serjeants-at-Law
-, ([C.] Bonythan, [J.] Broderick, [J.] Cheshire, [Sir J.] Darnell, J. Hook, Sir T. Powys), 21, 23, 34, 35, 44, 45, 335, 376, 643, 648
-, fee to, 153, 366
-, suicide of, interest accruing from, to the Crown, 102, 107, 240.

Setting Dogs. See Dogs.

Shalloon
-, crimson, 319
-, orange, 704
-, scarlet, 319.

Sheds
-, erecting of, over tin bars on Tower Wharf, London, 129, 290
-, ruinous, on ground near Hampton Court, 353.

Sheets, for footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572.

See also Beds and Bedding.

Sheriffs

accounts of—

debits on, 336, 360, 461, 481, 508, 689
-, records of, being extracts from the Great Roll of the Pipe, 461, 481, 508, 689.

surplusages on, 203, 336, 360, 365, 456, 461, 465, 481, 508, 590, 601, 655, 689, 720, 745
-, records of, being extracts from the Great Roll of the Pipe, 336, 360, 461, 481, 508, 689.

deputy sheriff, petition of, and payment to, 107.

expense of, 743.

in the Plantations—

allowances to, 499.

assistants of, 503.

deputy sheriffs, assistants of, 503
-, services in conveying a pirate, 503.

officers of, 502.

services of, concerning pirates, 502, 503.

valuation by, of a forfeited estate, 498.

issues levied by, 531.

murder by, 771.

payments by, 181
-, of post fines direct to the Crown, 571
-, of rewards for arrest of highway robbers etc., 360, 456, 465, 590, 655, 720, 745.

prosecution against, for escape of prisoner, 205, 743.

seizure of goods by, under process of Pipe, 509.

under sheriff, charges of, for summoning a Grand Jury, 118, 286.

Ships And Shipping

advice vessels, 595.

anchor lost by vessel off Jamaica, 296.

at, in, off or on—

Avon, 595.

Bristol Channel, 599.

Chester, 459.

Cornwall Coast, 244.

Genoa, 536.

Gravesend, 577.

Greenwich, 595.

Ireland, 97
-, Dublin, 494
-, Kinsale, 582, 633
-, Ringsend, 371, 575.

London, 561.

Margate, 118.

Outports, 577.

Plantations —

Jamaica, 493
-, Jamaica Coast, 274, 296
-, Maryland (Annapolis), 401
-, Massachusetts Bay, 501
-, Nevis (Indian Castle), 659
-, New England (Boston), 143, 157, 171, 331, 482
-, New York, 137, 140, 202, 331, 683, 711
-, Newfoundland, 353, 398
-, Virginia, 343.

Portsmouth, 437.

Seaford, 4.

Severn, 595.

Thames, 234, 703.

Vigo, 161.

Western Ports, 599.

barks, 309.

being part of outlaw's estate, grant of, 647.

bills of lading, 530.

bonds entered into, in Naval Office, Boston, New England, 331.

brigantine, 157.

builders, petition of, 171, 482.

cable and other tackle taken from ship at Seaford by the French, 4.

captains. See Ships and Shipping —masters, captains or commanders of.

carrying—

coals, 595
-, currants, 189, 535
-, letters, 288, 344, 364, 767
-, Ordnance stores, 120, 228
-, prohibited goods and merchandises and contraband goods, 174, 521
-, raisins, 189, 535
-, salt, 595
-, tin, 118, 150, 730.

clearing of, 573
-, at Boston, New England, 331
-, not clearing at Gravesend or Outports, embargo on, 577.

cod fish banker, 392.

commanders. See Ships and Shipping—masters, captains or commanders of.

condemned, 371, 443, 711.

contraband, 174, 521.

Customs sloops or smacks. See Customs.

defensible ship, building for Plantation Trade, New England, guns for, export of, 171, 482.

doggers, 166.

dragging for anchor off Jamaica coast and salving chest containing Spanish money, 274, 296.

Dutch—

at Shields, with arms aboard, designed for Scotland, 166, 416.

carrying English Forces from Holland to Portugal, payment due to masters of, 126, 190, 459, 592, 597.

doggers, 166.

of Rotterdam, 592.

privateer, commander of (W. Credo), assisting in the seizure of Spanish prizes, 206, 630, 764.

ships of war, commanders of, frauds and abuses committed by, 206, 747.

duties—

for maintaining lighthouses, 253, 440, 573
-, in Ireland, grant of, surrender of, 23, 28, 150, 414.

on French ships, 16, 66, 291, 556.

tonnage on ships. See Excise —duties, Additional Excise (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20).

East India—

advice vessels, commanders and men of, 595
-, removal of embargo, 595.

at Kinsale or in Ireland, smuggling from, 97, 582, 633.

French, taken prize, 246.

of East India Company, 336.

security of, directions for, 595.

embargo on, 577.

exemption from, of—

packet boats, 577
-, ships employed by officers of the Navy, Ordnance, Victualling, Customs and Transportation, 577.

removal of, from—

advice vessels fitted out for East Indies, 595
-, all ships and vessels, 600
-, foreign shipping not manned with any of the Queen's subjects, 595
-, Scottish ships, 595
-, ships designed for Newfoundland fishery, 599
-, trows, boats and other vessels on the Avon, Severn and in other parts of the Bristol Channel trading coastwise, 595
-, vessels laden with coals or salt, 595.

employed by officers of the Navy, Ordnance, Victualling, Customs and Transportation, exempt from embargo, 577.

employed in the fishing trade of Newfoundland. See Fisheries —Newfoundland.

English, advantage to, or not, of duty on Venetian Shipping, 535.

entries of, Virginia, 343.

felucca, 767.

fishing boats, of Portland Island, salving tin from wrecked ship, 730.

for Portugal for the war, 505.

foreign—

duties on, for maintaining lighthouses, 253, 573
-, in Ireland, grant of, surrender of, 23, 28, 150, 414.

not manned with any of the Queen's subjects, removal of embargo on, 595.

free bottoms, 530, 561.

French—

at Seaford, taking cable and other tackle from an English ship, 4.

bound to Martinique and other French Islands in the West Indies, 695.

captains of, 309.

carried or sent into—

Ireland, 695
-, Jamaica, 275
-, Lisbon, 635, 657
-, Maryland, 421, 462, 690
-, Weymouth, 645.

carrying English seamen, prisoners at Toulon, to Genoa, 309.

cod fish banker, 392.

duty on, issues out of, 16, 66, 291, 556.

East India ship, 246.

Fleet. See Index of Persons and Places—France, Navy.

of—

Aberildut, 511
-, Bayonne, 235
-, Bordeaux, 214, 402, 635, 657
-, Calais, 674
-, Havre, 392, 393
-, La Rochelle, 169, 361, 392, 462, 690
-, Morlaix, 511
-, Rouen, 752
-, Royan, 332
-, St. Malo, 353, 451
-, St. Valery, 202, 674, 712, 739.

privateers—

defence against, petition for pension for, 157, 260.

of St. Malo, 353.

on coast of New England, 157.

ships taken by, 353, 398
-, and retaken, 533.

salvage of, 674, 681.

shallop, attempt made by men of, upon Customs officers on coast of Kent, 140, 363.

ships preserved from, 637.

ships taken by, 353, 475
-, and ransomed, 249, 398, 536, 758
-, and retaken, 168, 185, 481, 511, 533.

taken prize. See Prizes— ships, French.

wrecked, 452, 674, 712.

frigates, 228, 244, 392, 595.

from—

Barbados for London, 464, 497
-, Canary Islands, 574, 752
-, East Indies, 97, 582, 633
-, France, 234, 240, 457, 621
-, Genoa, 459, 523, 530
-, Jamaica, 511
-, Portugal (Oporto), 194, 577
-, Portuguese West Indies, 202, 703
-, Rotterdam, 244
-, Venice, 189, 535.

galleys, 103, 137, 140, 148, 214, 228, 241, 331, 335, 391, 511, 635, 645, 657, 683, 729, 756.

Genoese galley escorting English Envoy from Genoa to Leghorn, 756.

going between—

Catalonia and Genoa, 767
-, France and Ireland, 371
-, Genoa and London, 536
-, Jamaica and Cartagena and Hispaniola, 710
-, Liverpool and Virginia, 288
-, London and France (Dieppe), 164, 421
-, London and Madeira Islands, 249
-, Newcastle and France (Dunkirk), 443
-, Plantations and Ireland, 253.

going to—

East Indies, 595
-, New York, 344, 364
-, Nice, 228
-, Portugal, 505
-, Virginia, 343, 437.

Hamburger driven ashore near Wallasey, 596.

hired—

for carrying letters between Catalonia and Genoa, 767
-, to go between Jamaica and Cartagena and Hispaniola for intelligence, 710.

See also Navy—Victualling, ships
-, Transports.

impressed into Queen's service at Newfoundland and taken by the French, 143, 353, 398.

in Expedition under Earl of Peterborough, 120.

increase of, in Annapolis, 401.

informations against or concerning, 164, 421, 443, 485, 752.

interest in, as security for Customs debt, 506.

letters. See Post Office—letters, mails or post, ships' letters.

losses of merchants, 234, 442.

lost at Vigo, replacement of, with prize ship, 161.

masters, captains or commanders of, 118, 168, 244, 249, 274, 296, 421, 464, 497, 530, 561, 573, 574, 595, 703, 754, 758.

merchants interested in. See Merchants and Traders— trading or interested in, privateers and ships and shipping.

named

Advice (Navy ship), 14, 503.

Albemarle (Navy ship), 33, 425.

Alexander, of Montrose, 595.

Alexander, of Pittenweem, 595.

Alliance (packet boat), 620.

Amity, 459.

Amity (privateer), 297.

Amity (prize), 251.

Ann, sloop (privateer), 260.

Ann and Mary (Victualling ship), 313.

Anna, 582.

Anne, 754.

Antelope (Navy ship), 13.

Anthony (prize), 241.

Asia (transport), 125.

Barfleur (Navy ship), 17, 122, 134.

Barnstead, galley (Navy ship), 575.

Bedford (Navy ship), 14.

Benediction, French cod fish banker, of Havre (prize), 392.

Beringham (Le Beringen) afterwards Fox (privateer, prize), 294, 358.

Berwick (Navy ship), 14.

Bombay, frigate, 595.

Boyne (Navy ship), 14.

Bridget (prize), 308.

Burford (Navy ship), 15.

Cambridge (Navy ship), 14.

Catherine and Maurice (prize), 458.

Charles (transport), 401.

Charles, brigantine, of Boston, New England, 157.

Charles the Twelfth, 421.

Chatham, smack (Navy ship), 541, 561.

Cleveland, yacht, 257.

Crowr'd Lyon (prize), 318.

Dartmouth (prize), 17, 134.

David, pink, of Belfast (transport), 279.

Defyance (Navy ship), 549.

Devereaux (Devoreux), galley (privateer), 103, 241.

Devonshire (Navy ship), 15.

Diergarden (prize), 318.

Diligence (privateer), 743.

Dolphin (privateer), 321, 497.

Dragon, galley, of Bordeaux (prize), 214, 635, 657, 682.

Dragon, sloop (Navy ship), 497.

Dudley, of Boston, New England, 168, 464, 497.

Eagle (Navy ship), 14.

Eagle, galley, 137, 140, 202, 331, 683, 729.

Eagle and Crown (prize), 392, 393.

Earl, galley, fireship (Navy ship), 709.

Elephant, of Dundee, 595.

Endeavour, of Truro, 118.

Esperance (prize), 332.

Essex (Navy ship), 15.

Europe (prize), 458.

Exeter (Navy ship), 706.

Expedition (Navy ship), 13, 14.

Firm (Navy ship), 482.

Flying Horse, 711.

Flying Horse (privateer), 321, 497.

Fortune (transport), 280.

Fox (Navy ship), 358.

Francis, of La Rochelle (prize), 690.

Friendship (prize), 234, 621.

Friendship, sloop, of Boston, New England (transport and Navy ship), 143, 353, 398.

Fubbs, yacht (Navy ship), 203, 286, 294, 732.

Golden Lyon (prize), 321, 497.

Golden Pearle (prize), 429, 552.

Grafton (Navy ship), 15.

Grand Alexander, of Calais (prize), 674, 681.

Greenwich (Navy ship), 627.

Guernsey (Navy ship), 503, 524, 526, 604.

Hampton Court (Navy ship), 14.

Hannah and Rebecca (Victualling ship), 458.

Happy Entrance (Victualling ship), 458.

Harman, fireship (Navy ship), 709.

Hart, pink, 169, 462, 536.

Hope (prize), 318, 497.

Hope, of Bordeaux (prize), 402.

Hope, of Rouen (prize), 752.

Indian, frigate, 595.

Indian King, 422.

Isabella, yacht (Navy ship), 286.

Janueken, 729.

Jolly (prize), 275.

Joseph and Thomas (transport), 172, 175, 481, 512.

Katherine (prize), 393.

Kent, 647.

Kent (Navy ship), 13.

Lady of Coro St. Nicholas and St. Felix (prize), 764.

Lady of Porta Coeli, galleon (prize), 390, 764.

Larke, frigate (privateer), 392.

Leopard (Navy ship), 14.

Lewis, of Havre (prize), 392, 393.

London Merchant, 244.

Lovis, galley (privateer), 511.

Lyme, frigate, 228.

Margaretta (prize), 442.

Maria (prize), 318.

Marlborough, galley, of Guernsey (privateer), 148, 335, 391, 645.

Mary, galley, 228.

Mary, galley (Navy ship), 575.

Mary (transport), 173, 177, 509.

Mary and Sarah, sloop, 711.

Mary Ann, pink (prize), 299.

Mary Ann (Anne), of St. Valery (prize), 202, 204, 674, 712, 739.

Medway (Navy ship), 246.

Meure Mason (prize), 422.

Miserecordia, 459, 523.

Monmouth (Navy ship), 13.

Montagu (Montague) (Navy ship), 13, 663.

Nassau (Navy ship), 14.

Neptune, galley (Navy ship), 33, 426.

Neptune (privateer), 173, 251, 485, 563.

Newport (Navy ship), 14.

Norton, galley (Navy ship), 179, 190.

Nostra Seigniora Vigne and St. Roca, 443, 530.

Ortolan, of La Rochelle (prize), 690.

Oxford (Navy ship), 680.

Patience (prize), 511, 605.

Patrick Abraham (prize), 318.

Peace, dogger (prize), 422.

Pelican (prize), 497.

Pelican (prize), 235, 496.

Peregrine (Perrigine), galley (Navy ship), 402.

Peregrine, yacht, 257.

Peter, of Royan (prize), 332.

Peter Michael (prize), 251.

Phillipeux, of St. Malo (prize), 451.

Point Chateron (Ponchartrin) (prize), 275.

Potuxon Merchant (Victualling ship), 313.

Prince Frederick (prize), 497.

Prince George (Navy ship), 15.

Prince of Orange (transport), 742, 759.

Princess Hedwick (Hedowiake) (prize), 321, 497.

Princess Hedwick Sophia (prize), 318.

Prophet Daniel (prize), 461.

Providence (transport), 412.

Providence, of London, alias of Dublin, 371, 575.

Queenborough (Navy ship), 629.

Rachel, of Leith, 595.

Restoration, 179, 491.

Richard and Sarah (prize), 168, 481, 511.

Rochester (Navy ship), 481, 511.

Royal Ann (Anne) (Navy ship), 33, 425.

Royal Katherine (Navy ship), 13.

Royal Oak (Oake) (Navy ship), 14, 15, 482.

Russell (Navy ship), 482.

St. Antonio (prize), 234, 255.

St. Antonio de Padua (prize), 209, 680, 744.

Saint Dorothy (prize), 574.

St. Francis (prize), 251, 763.

St. James, of Morlaix (prize), 511.

St. John Baptist (prize), 321, 497.

St. John Baptist, 674, 684.

St. Joseph (prize), 251.

St. Joseph (prize), 497.

St. Joseph (prize), 148, 335, 391.

St. Joseph, of Aberildut (prize), 511.

St. Joseph, of Bayonne (prize), 235.

St. Matthew (prize), 275.

St. Paul, of La Rochelle (prize), 169, 462.

Seaford (prize), 158.

Seine (Sein) (prize), 234, 255.

Shoreham (Navy ship), 695.

Shrewsbury (Navy ship), 14, 15.

Somerset (Navy ship), 14, 482.

Speedwell (Navy ship), 695, 771.

Stadt Stockholme (prize), 523, 575.

Success (Navy ship), 276.

Suffolk (Navy ship), 14.

Swallow, 249, 506, 758.

Swallow (prize and Navy ship), 599.

Swiftsure (Navy ship), 14.

Sydney, frigate (Navy ship), 244.

Tauro, galley (prize), 17, 134.

Thetis (prize), 705, 706.

Three Pilgrims (transport), 145, 448.

Torbay (Navy ship), 15.

Trial (Tryal), of York, 194, 577.

Trinity, of La Rochelle (prize), 361, 392.

Triton, 344, 364.

Triton (prize and Navy ship), 14.

Triumph (Navy ship), 33, 425.

Trumbull (Trumball), galley (privateer), 214, 635, 657.

Ufro Catherina (Katherine, Katherene) (prize), 156, 386, 561.

Uhlostad (prize), 422, 763.

Valentine, of Jamaica, 274.

Vigilant (prize), 543, 575.

Warspight (Navy ship), 15.

Warwick (Navy ship), 599.

Well Lover (privateer), 224, 251.

White Bear (Beare) (prize), 173, 251, 257, 485.

White Pearl (Pearle) alias Pearl (prize), 106, 123, 155, 165, 240, 253, 259, 402, 445.

William and Sheppard (transport), 532.

Yarmouth (Navy ship), 15.

York Merchant (Victualling ship), 313.

Navy ships. See Navy.

Neapolitan cruisers on coasts of Genoa and Tuscany, 756.

of—

Belfast, 279
-, Boston, New England, 157, 168, 353, 398, 464, 497
-, Guernsey, 645
-, Jamaica, 274
-, London alias Dublin, 371
-, Newcastle, 443
-, Truro, 118
-, York, 194, 577.

Jamaica merchants, preserving of, from the French, 637
-, taken by the French and recaptured, 168, 185, 481, 511.

owners, 4, 161, 169, 194, 249, 398, 462, 536, 577, 730.

packet boats. See Post Office.

passing, the Eddystone, 440
-, Spurn Head, 253, 573.

pilots, in Bristol Channel, 235.

pinks, 169, 279, 462, 536.

pirate, 157.

Port Duties, Virginia, 343, 498-499.

preservation of, lighthouse for, 440
-, from the French, 637.

privateers, 295.

captains or commanders of, 148, 251, 335, 391, 511, 743
-, breaking bond and instructions by seizing Spanish ships, Jamaica, 493.

Dutch. See Ships and Shipping —Dutch.

French. See Ships and Shipping —French.

letters of mart, 635, 657.

making voyages between England and Holland, 633.

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

names of. See Ships and Shipping—named.

of Guernsey, 645.

owners of, 152, 173, 214, 221, 224, 235, 251, 260, 297, 321, 392, 485, 496, 497, 563, 635, 645, 657.

prize ships and goods (wines etc.) taken by, 103, 148, 152, 173, 214, 221, 224, 235, 241-242, 251, 260, 297, 321, 335, 391, 392, 445, 485, 493, 496, 497, 511, 563, 635, 645, 657, 743.

stores for, person supplying, prize wines consigned to, 445.

taken as prize, and fitted up for guard of coast, Ireland, 494
-, and taken up for the Navy, 294, 358.

prizes. See Prizes.

pursuing pirates, Massachusetts Bay, 501.

register of, 655.

Russian—

Russian fleet, return of, supply of hemp for Navy disappointed by, 96.

trade of Russia to England in, letter relating to, 658.

sails, among goods and effects of pirates in the Plantations, 504.

sales of, 371, 494.

Scottish—

embargo on, removal of, 595.

of—

Dundee, 595
-, Leith, 595
-, Montrose, 595
-, Pittenweem, 595.

seizures of (and of goods etc. on board), 137, 156, 202, 234, 244-245, 257, 331, 371, 386, 401, 422, 443, 459, 530, 561, 574, 575, 621, 683, 703, 729
-, under Navigation Act, 674, 684-685
-, under pretence of trade, Jamaica, 493.

sent to clear New England coast of French privateers and turned pirate, 157.

shallops, 140, 363, 501.

sloops, 143, 260, 274, 296, 353, 398, 710, 711.

smuggling from, in Ireland, 97, 582, 633.

smuggling vessels, captured on Cornwall coast, 106, 244.

Spanish—

seized, under Navigation Act, 674, 684-685
-, under pretence of trade, Jamaica, 493.

taken prize. See Prizes—ships, Spanish.

Swedish—

making voyages from London to France (Dieppe) with tobacco, information given by master of, 159, 164, 421, 485.

taken by the French, 353, 475
-, and ransomed, 249, 398, 536, 758
-, and retaken, 168, 185, 481, 511, 533.

tonnage on ships. See Excise— duties, Additional Excise (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20).

trading—

coastwise, on the Avon, Severn and other parts of Bristol Channel, removal of embargo on, 595.

illegally—

Annapolis, 401
-, New York, 711
-, to or from the Plantations and Ireland, 253
-, to or with France, 164, 234, 240, 371, 443, 574, 621.

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

transports. See Transports,

trows, 595.

Venetian—

duty on. See Customs— duties.

Victualling ships. See Navy— Victualling.

wrecked, 118, 166, 168-169, 179, 276, 452, 457, 458, 464, 491, 497, 509, 564, 596, 612, 674, 712, 730
-, on coast of Ireland, new grant of, petition for, 262-263.

yachts, 257.

Shipwright ([?J.] Loftus), making and repairing punts and trunks for keeping fish in island in St. James's Park, 628.

Shipwrights Company, Wardens of, bill allowed by, 628.

Shirts, for—

child of Chapel Royal, 250
-, Forces in Portugal, 76, 265.

Shoes, for—

Army in Ireland, 412
-, child of Chapel Royal, 250
-, Forces in Portugal, 76, 265.

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

Shot. See Arms and Ammunition—ball and shot.

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

Sick And Wounded Seamen And Prisoners Of War

accounts of, inspecting and making up of, 132, 139, 147, 359.

admitted to St. Thomas's Hospital, subsisting etc. of, petitions for allowance for, 168, 244.

at or in—

Barbados, 587
-, Foreign parts, 587
-, Jamaica, 587
-, Lisbon, 587.

Commissioners for (T. Addison et al), 135, 305, 311, 318, 336.

Accomptant to. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War— Commissioners for, Secretary or Clerk and Accomptant to.

accounts of, 132, 135, 146, 305, 308, 574.

Clerk to. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War—Commissioners for, Secretary or Clerk and Accomptant to.

commission, 147
-, management of, proposition for, 322.

house hired by, charge of, cessation of, 132, 486
-, [housekeeper] (— Dowse), arrears of, 110
-, rent for, arrear of, 132, 485-486.

inspecting and making up accounts, inspecting quarters and mustering prisoners at Great Ports ([W.] Churchill), allowance to, 139, 147, 359
-, appointment of, 147
-, proposal relating to, 132, 147
-, travelling or riding charges, 139, 147, 359.

not appointed by the Lord High Treasurer, 214.

officers of, petition for salary for, 743.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 108, 119, 123, 131, 147, 148, 168, 175, 195, 244, 356, 486, 743.

salary for, petition for, 743.

Secretary or Clerk and Accomptant to (J. Gerard), accounts, 127
-, house of, books and papers to be removed to, 486
-, office of, end of, 127
-, petition of, 127
-, salary to, none due, 127
-, service of, consideration for, 127, 486
-, suit against, 132, 486.

to exchange prisoner taken by the French, 618.

travelling or riding charges, 139, 147, 359.

debts or arrears due to, discharge of—

appropriations for—

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

issues for, 16, 48, 119, 124, 292, 326, 397, 517, 602.

diet for, 168.

issues for, 22, 124, 195.

pay, 148.

prisoners of war—

English—

taken by the French or in France, 17, 38, 174, 249, 533, 650
-, barbarous usage of, 197
-, escape of, to Holland, 38
-, exchange of, 618
-, regiments or troops, 13, 168, 197, 273, 321, 327, 386, 542, 650, 726
-, seamen, released, disbursements for, 123, 309, 602.

taken by the Ostenders, 632.

expenses relating to, 108, 341.

French—

at—

Blenheim, 82
-, Coventry, 602
-, [Gibraltar], 341
-, Jamaica, 711
-, Lichfield, 129, 209, 602, 679
-, Newfoundland, 311
-, Nottingham, 602.

brought over by the Duke of Marlborough, 602.

leave to go into France, petition for, 129.

subsisting etc. of, 311, 341, 711.

wine and tobacco for, from Holland, petition relating to, 209, 679.

mustering of, at the Great Ports, 139, 147, 359.

Spanish—

at—

Coventry, 602
-, Jamaica, 711
-, Lichfield, 602
-, Nottingham, 602.

brought over by the Duke of Marlborough, 602.

subsisting of, 711.

subsistence to, 131, 375, 602, 765
-, in money, 6, 242, 443, 485, 697.

quarters, 25, 48, 517
-, inspection of, by Commissioner, 132.

Receiver for. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War—Treasurer or Receiver for.

subsistence of, 360, 587.

surgeon, at Deal, payment for services, 147, 356.

Treasurer or Receiver for (J. Evelyn, R. Povey, T. Savery)—

accounts of, 132, 135, 146, 305, 356, 752
-, debt on, 600
-, repayment of balance into Exchequer for use of Sick and Wounded, 16, 119, 124, 131, 135, 146, 292, 326, 356, 360, 375, 485, 494, 602.

appointment of, 131, 132.

debt owing to, 600.

executors of, payments by, 132, 485
-, into the Exchequer, 135, 146, 356, 494, 602.

issues or payments to, 6, 22, 25, 34, 48, 87, 94, 242, 292, 360, 375, 397, 443, 485, 517, 518, 587, 602, 697, 748, 765.

memorial relating to, 131.

securities of, 131, 132, 147, 311, 318
-, fees on, 340.

sureties for, 494
-, change of, 336.

Sick and Wounded Soldiers. See Army— sick and wounded.

Sickness, contracted by Army officers, 230, 255, 723.

Signal Men, carrying letters from Gibraltar and Lisbon to emissary in Morocco, 540.

Signets. See Seals and Signets.

Silkman, of London, 330.

Silks

alamodes, duties on. See Customs —duties, Additional Impositions
-, embezzlement and seizure of, 443, 755.

carpets. See Carpets.

duties on. See Customs—duties.

French, discovered and seized, 52.

fringe. See Fringe.

girt. See Girts.

importation of, hindering of, 688.

lace. See Lace.

line. See Line.

linings or trimmings, 318, 319, 430, 704.

merchant interested in. See Merchants and Traders— trading or interested in, silks.

mixed with gold and silver, shipped amongst plain or wrought silks, seizure of, 760.

seizures of, 52, 443, 530, 755, 760.

Turkey, 443, 530.

wrought etc. [muslins and other commodities of the East Indies etc.], 760
-, duties on. See Customs—duties, on silks.

Silver

badges. See Badges.

boxes. See Boxes.

candlesticks. See Candlesticks.

coins. See Mint—money.

extracted or produced by the Company of Lead Smelters, coining and marking of, 514, 627.

fringe. See Fringe.

imported by pirates, Massachusetts Bay, account of, 504.

multiplying of, statute against (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), repealing of, report on bill for, 221-222.

price of, 93, 620, 724.

sconces. See Sconces.

seal. See Seals and Signets— in, silver.

standish. See Standish, silver.

Silvering, of sconces, 430.

Sisters, of the hospital in the Savoy, 405.

Slaves, French Protestant, brought to England with retinue of Ambassadors from Morocco, 734.

Small Pox, 298.

Smelters of Lead, Company of, silver produced by, petition concerning the coining and marking of, 514, 627.

Smuggling

at—

Padstow, 413
-, Poole, 505.

of—

brandy, 413, 643.

dowlas, 643.

goods, 170, 483, 561, 564, 643
-, out of East India ships, Ireland, 97, 582, 633.

pepper, 754.

Prohibited Goods. See Customs.

salt, 413.

silks, 688.

tobacco, from London to Dieppe, information of, 159, 164, 421, 485
-, into or out of Northern Counties, 193, 564.

whale fin, 401.

whalebone, 643.

wines, 413, 561
-, to Dunkirk, information of, 163, 213, 443.

wool. See Wool.

prosecutions and judgments for, 170, 413, 483, 643
-, discharge of, 505, 531, 644.

smugglers, 415
-, notorious, 643.

vessels, taking of, petition for reward for, 106, 244.

Snuffers, and pans, for—

House of Commons, 430
-, Lords' Smoking Room, House of Lords, 429.

Soapboiler, of London, 432.

Sokes. See Hundreds.

Soldier's Monitor, 90, 723.

Solicitor General (Sir S. Harcourt)—

business of, relating to—

Bills passed in Ireland, 434
-, Plantations, 283.

clerks of, fees or allowances to, relating to Bills passed in Ireland, 435.

fees or allowances to, 283, 434, 563.

opinion and advice, 146, 563.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 38, 40, 71, 142, 146, 350.

salary to, 256, 448, 614.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 38, 39, 42, 44, 46, 55.

warrants to, 225, 233, 246, 247, 299, 314, 328, 354, 432, 437, 451, 490, 492, 531, 580, 604, 618, 646, 647, 650, 655, 671.

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

Solicitors

abuses committed by, in the Stamps revenue, 771-772.

for—

affairs of Virginia, payment to, 189.

duties on glass bottles. See Excise—duties, on glass bottles.

Law affairs, Ireland (W. Trench), 120
-, salary to, 272.

prizes. See Prizes.

rights and perquisites of Admiralty. See Admiralty— Rights and Perquisites of, Solicitor and Comptroller of.

stamp duties. See Stamp Duties.

New England (T. Newton), 698.

to—

Customs Commissioners. See Customs—Commissioners of.

Lord High Admiral. See Admiralty—Lord High Admiral.

Treasury. See Treasury.

Sols. See Coins.

Somerset Herald. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Sous. See Coins.

Souverain. See Coins.

Spa (Spaw) Water—

for—

Prince George of Denmark, 176, 501.

Queen Anne, 176, 334, 402, 501.

from Holland, 402, 501.

Spanish Consuls,. See Consuls.

Spanish Friars. See Friars.

Speeches, printing and delivery of, payment for, 337-338.

Spies
-, at Newfoundland, supporting of, 311
-, French spy, prosecution of, 283.

Spirits

carried coastways, Custom despatches given for, proposal for insertion of clause in some Act of Parliament that they be not given without certificate from Excise officer or other proof that duty has been paid, 560.

duties on. See Excise—duties.

for Forces, 26, 397.

Stables

at—

Greenwich, granted by William III for use of Royal Hospital, 648.

keeper of (T. Pechey), petition of, concerning stoppage of rents, 648
-, service of, without salary etc., 648
-, swearing in of, charges of, 648.

rents paid by tenants, petition concerning, 648.

Windsor, of [Sir J.] Darnell, viewing of, and report upon, 23, 376.

in Newton Street, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, with stable yard and coach houses, lease of, 230.

of the Lord High Treasurer, addition to, 87.

See also Royal Mews and Stables.

Stairs, new, at Kensington, 122.

Stallage. See Lands—Crown.

Stamp Duties
-, (Stamped paper, parchment and vellum
-, as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20
-, 9 Wm. III, c. 25
-, 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 19
-, and 4-5 Anne, c. 23)—

Accomptant General. See Stamp Duties — Comptroller and Accomptant General of.

accounts, clerk for making and keeping, 625
-, passing of, 625
-, preparing of, fees to auditors, 389, 576.

advancing and preserving of, proposals for, 151, 740
-, reward for, 740, 771-772.

annuities charged on. See Annuities — on the Stamp Duties.

appropriated for a yearly fund to pay 8 per cent. annuities to the East India Company. See Annuities—on the Stamp Duties.

arising chiefly from Law business, 772.

arrears of, 749.

auditors, fees to, 389, 576.

collector of, debt of, 257
-, discovering and preventing frauds, 257.

Commissioners of (H. Cornish, R. Dyot, E. Lloyd, J. Molesworth, R. Poley, R. Uthwayte), 42, 46, 455, 655.

new commission, 655.

persons recommended to, to fill vacancies, 118, 126, 167, 335.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 126, 130, 146, 164, 196, 205, 257, 359, 624, 625, 698, 730, 740, 743, 748, 749, 764, 769, 772.

salaries to, 655.

Secretary to (W. Bridges, junior), appointment of, 655
-, salary to, 655.

to pay in receipts on fund appropriated for East India Company, 400.

warrants to, 257, 270, 374, 416, 625, 744, 748, 764, 769, 771.

Comptroller and Accomptant General of (R. Pawling), 389, 576
-, accounts of, 359, 749
-, books of, 625
-, office of, necessity for employment of accounting clerk, 625.

decay of, measure concerning, 772.

deficiencies 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.

distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 263, 751, 770.

distributors of, 772.

agents of, 359.

arrears of duties in hands of, 749.

set in super in accounts of Comptroller (as by 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 19), stay of process, 146, 359, 749.

stocks of, of stamped goods, 359, 749
-, inspectors of (C. Bridges, J. Edwards), establishment of, 744.

for Rules and Orders of Chancery Court, officers paying, allowance to, 744.

frauds, offences, omissions or abuses in—

committed by attorneys, solicitors etc., 771-772
-, not within the clause of indemnity (4-5 Anne, c. 23, clause 8), 772.

discovery and preventing of, 257, 744, 771-772.

in Corporations and Country Courts, 744.

inspectors of books, files and proceedings of Country Courts and Corporations (C. Bridges, J. Edwards), 772
-, establishment of, and salary to, 744
-, having power to inspect the stocks of distributors, 744.

laws relating to, putting of, into stricter execution, 772.

loan on, lost order of, innovation of, 746.

Office, 42, 118, 164, 270, 335, 374, 576, 611, 625, 698, 730, 744
-, incidents bills, 324, 426, 528, 611, 686
-, place in, petition for, 179
-, salary bills, 324, 426, 686.

officers of, in Country Courts and Corporations, allowance to, 744
-, of not above 50l. per annum salary, repayment of tax assessments, 146, 416, 748
-, salaries and allowances to, additional establishment of, 625, 744.

packer (J. White), business of, increase of, 698
-, salary to, petition for increase of, 698.

paid by clients of attorneys, solicitors etc. belonging to the Courts at Westminster, 772.

paper, stamped, prices of, approval of, 624.

parchment, fastening of stamps on, isinglass to make paste for, payment for, 611.

Receiver General of (J. Evelyn, [T.] Pennyman)—

assistance to, in the tendering of bills of exchange for acceptance and the receipt of outmoney, 625.

billman to (E. Drakeford), additional salary to, 625.

payments by, 389, 576.

petition of, 196.

Solicitor for (J. Montagu), abuses discovered by, 771-772
-, proposal of, for advancing and preserving the Stamp Duties, 740
-, reward to, 740, 771
-, to continue solicitation and prosecution of abuses, 772.

stampers, 335, 374.

appointments of, 46, 270, 374, 769.

places of, petitions for, 167, 730, 743
-, recommendation for, 335
-, void, 42.

rendered incapable by illness, 270.

resignation of, 743, 769.

vellum, stamped, prices of, approval of, 624.

warehousekeeper of stamped goods (J. White), additional salary to, 764
-, petition of, 764.

warehousekeeper of unstamped paper (C. Pratt), assistant to (E. Drakeford, R. Jackson), assisting the Receiver General as billman, 625
-, salary to, additional, 625.

resignation of, 164, 455.

See also Paper.

Stamps, Queen's, chief engraver of (J. Roos), salary of, 663.

Standards

for—

Horse Guards, 693
-, Regiments of Horse, 388, 598
-, Troop of Grenadier Guards, 693.

to be rendered at Windsor Castle, yearly, by the Duke of Marlborough, for [Blenheim Palace], Woodstock, 225.

Standish, silver, for the Queen, 478.

Stands

at Kensington, 296.

case for, 463.

for—

candlesticks, 430
-, House of Commons, 430.

in House of Commons, 430.

out of lodgings at St. James's Palace, 430.

repairs to, 296, 430.

varnishing of, 430.

Star Chamber, fitting up of part of, for office for Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 281.

State, in Queen's Drawing Room, Kensington Palace, moving of, 342.

State Canopies. See Canopies.

State Chairs. See Chairs.

State Paper Office, Whitehall—

books, papers etc. in, better and more orderly keeping of, 699.

ill state and condition of, address concerning, 699.

keeper of (J. Tucker), salary to, 309, 366, 417, 515, 666.

repair and enlargement of, 87, 699, 750.

Stationers, 203, 299, 316, 732.

Stationery Wares

for—

Ambassadors, 345, 346, 347, 479, 480, 568, 621, 689, 756.

Archbishop of Canterbury, 506.

Army in Ireland, 412.

Clerk of the House of Commons, 507.

Clerk of the House of Lords, 506.

Commissioners of Transports, 189
-, charge of, to be reduced, 189.

Crown Office, 507.

Custom House, petition concerning supply of, 203, 732.

Hanaper Office, 507.

Houses of Parliament, 506.

Lord Chamberlain's Office, 299, 731.

Lord High Treasurer, 506.

Privy Council, 506.

Prizes Offices, 316.

Secretaries of State, 348, 386, 645, 731.

Serjeant-at-Arms attending the House of Commons, 507.

Speaker of the House of Commons, 507.

payments for, 189, 316, 348, 386, 506-507, 645, 731.

See also Ink
-, Paper
-, Parchment
-, Paste
-, Pens
-, Wax.

Statutes of England. See Parliament— Acts of.

Steel, signet in, 763.

Stewards
-, 627. See also Honors
-, Hundreds
-, Manors.

Stipend, from Hospital in the Savoy to Petty Canons of St. Paul's Church, 405.

Stivers. See Coins—guilders and stivers.

Stockings, for—

child of Chapel Royal, 250
-, Forces in Portugal, 76, 265.

Stone or Stones

buckle of Order of Garter garnished with, 616.

from dissolved monastery of St. Mary, York, petition for, for rebuilding church of St. Olave, York, 134, 297.

seals in, 763.

Stools

at—

St. James's Palace, 462
-, St. Paul's Church, 463.

Basset, 463.

close, 429
-, with pans, 318, 387, 429, 430.

false cases for, 319, 704.

foot, 319, 342, 376, 430, 463.

for—

Ambassador, 376.

Hampton Court, lodgings, 318.

House of Commons, 430.

House of Lords, Lord Privy Seal's Inner Room, 429
-, Stool Room, 429.

Kensington Palace, Queen's Drawing Room, 342.

Newmarket, Queen's Dressing Room and Bedchamber, 704.

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

Winchester, 387, 463.

Windsor, Queen's Little House, Withdrawing Room, 319.

high, 430, 463.

in Queen's Withdrawing Room, Kensington Palace, 319.

mending of, 452, 463.

square, 342.

varnishing of, 452, 463.

Storehouses

at Hoylake, for Army stores, 412
-, Custom House, Dublin, 675
-, for Naval stores, Jamaica, 64, 605
-, for Ordnance, at Portsmouth, 41, 486.

Storms, great

damage done by—

Eddystone Lighthouse blown down, 440.

ships lost or stranded, 179, 451-452, 457, 458, 491, 509, 511, 564
-, butter and cheese lost in, 320, 457, 458
-, clothing lost in, 509, 511, 612
-, lieutenant lost in, 179, 491 : soldiers lost in, 44, 690.

to—

Parliament Office, 239
-, piers at Seaton Delaval, 488
-, ruined buildings at Richmond, 295.

trees blown down in New Forest, 8, 253.

in New Hampshire, 503.

of—

1703 November, 440, 457, 458.

1705 August, 511, 612, 690.

wind, high, 761.

Straw, for Army in Ireland, 412.

Streetkeeper. See Hackney Coaches— office of.

Strewer of Herbs. See Herbs.

Stud Master. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Sub-Almoner. See Chapels—Royal.

Sub-Dean. See Chapels—Royal.

Sub-Sacrist, of the Hospital in the Savoy (— Finnis), 405.

Subsidies

divers. See Assessments—First 3s. Aid
-, for carrying on the war against France and Spain. See Assessments—Fifth 4s. Aid and Sixth 4s. Aid.

First Subsidy. See Customs— duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23).

in London port, collectors of. See Customs—collectors, of all Customs and Subsidies in London port.

New Subsidy. See Customs— duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23).

of Tonnage and Poundage. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

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

to Allies. See Army—Abroad, Allies.

Two Thirds Subsidy. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3).

Sugars

Brazil, incorrect seizure of, 356, 391.

brown, 562.

imported by pirates, Massachusetts Bay, 502, 504.

improved or refined, duties on. See Customs—duties, on sugars.

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

trade with Barbados, 182, 541.

white, 562.

Suicides
-, 240
-, estates of. See Estates— forfeited, of suicides.

Surgeons

Army, in—

Catalonia (C. Dummer, W. Nelson), establishment for, 237
-, mates, pay to, 566
-, pay to, 566.

Portugal, charge of, 6, 243
-, mates, charge of, 6, 243.

West Indies (J. Brodie), petition of, for charge of medicines etc., 203.

at Deal (E. St. Leger), payment for service, 147, 356.

to Hospital in the Savoy (— Huckley), 405.

See also Physicians.

Surplices, for Chapels Royal, 679.

Swainmote Courts. See Woods and Forests.

Sweets, for House of Commons, 254.

Sword Blades. See Hollow Sword Blades.

Sword Cutler, 750.

Synodals, out of Crown Land revenues, 595.