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'Index Of Subjects: T', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1195-1204. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84906 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Table Allowance, to officers of Jewel House attending the Queen at Windsor, petition concerning, 114, 246.

Tables

Basset (Bassett), 456.

cabinet, 296.

carpets for. See Carpets.

case for, 463.

communion, 679.

Cornet (Cornett), 456, 463.

coverings for, 430, 463.

folding, 322, 572.

for—

Guard Room, Whitehall, 530
-, lodgings at Hampton Court, 318
-, lodgings at Windsor, 318-319.

in—

Chapels Royal, 679
-, House of Commons, 430
-, lodgings at St. James's Palace, 430
-, Queen's Closet at St. James's Palace, 463
-, Queen Mary's lodgings at Kensington, 296.

lining of, 430.

repairs etc. to, 296, 430, 463.

wainscot, 318, 572.

writing, 430.

Taffeta, crimson, 319, 357.

Tallow Chandler, of Rye (A. Olive), 105, 531.

Tally Court. See Exchequer Receipt.

Tape, imported from the United Provinces of Holland, duties on. See Customs—duties, on linen cloth, thread and tape.

Tapestries, or hangings—

Arras hangings, 322.

at—

Kensington, 296
-, Newmarket, 704
-, St. James's Palace, 322, 456.

cleaning, mending and fitting etc. of, 296, 319, 322, 328.

for Lord Treasurer's Room, House of Lords, 429.

representing—

Amazons, 319.

Apostles, 319, 322.

birds, 322.

Cleopatra, 328.

Diana, 322.

flower pots, 319.

fountains, 328.

gardens, 328.

Hero, 319.

huntings, 319.

Indian figures, 296.

landscapes (landskips), 319, 328.

Leander, 319.

pillars (pillors), 319.

planets (planells), 319, 322.

Queen Mother, 328.

Samson (Sampons, Sampson), 319, 328.

Sciences (Siances), 322.

Seasons, 322.

Tobias, 322.

Triumphs, 319.

Tar, for the Navy. See Navy—pitch and tar for.

Tar Company, agents for, endeavouring to lay extravagant prices on pitch and tar, 278.

Taverner, Massachusetts Bay (S. North), 602.

Taxes, 130, 241.

Agents for (R. Barker, R. Brown, W. Clayton, J. Dewy, R. Shoreditch), 36, 106, 160, 181, 193, 284, 461, 462, 545, 739.

clerk to (R. Millart), salary to, 235, 258, 324, 442, 546, 615, 713.

instructions of, concerning the printing of the Land Tax Act 1706, 178, 506.

issues to, 46, 363, 456
-, for incidents, 250, 363, 460, 617, 755.

messenger to, allowance to, 235, 324, 442, 546, 615.

office of, 342, 768
-, incidents of, 250, 363, 460, 617, 755.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 27, 36, 37, 57, 62, 84, 89, 102, 104, 106, 111, 113, 115, 120, 124, 130, 131, 137, 138, 139, 141, 160, 161, 163, 165, 167, 172, 173, 174, 176, 177, 179, 182, 183, 184, 188, 190, 198, 205, 208, 209, 210, 214, 216, 220, 224, 225, 244, 245, 250, 251, 254, 259, 260, 279, 283, 292, 312, 323, 327, 330, 332, 342, 344, 348, 349, 357, 358, 363, 370, 373, 400, 403, 409, 410, 420, 424, 430, 440, 442, 454, 461, 464, 476, 488, 490, 495, 519, 530, 531, 537, 541, 545, 546, 553, 564, 599, 600, 601, 605, 606-609, 610, 649, 667, 671, 679, 680, 681, 683, 693, 695, 703, 709, 723, 727, 731, 754, 762.

salaries to, 256, 323, 438, 544, 614, 700.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 5, 24, 34, 37, 52, 57, 64, 71, 160, 182, 183, 204.

trustees for the sale of the estate of A. Briggs, 342.

arrears of, 14, 71, 122, 220, 270, 454.

assessments, on—

lands enclosed by tbe Crown, 703
-, Papists, 400.

assessors of, 279
-, frauds by, 273.

bequest in lieu of, 27, 230-231.

collectors of, 14, 71, 84, 111, 122, 279, 679
-, frauds by, 173, 273
-, prosecuting of, charges of, 108, 273, 283.

commissioners of assessments, 104, 215-216, 230, 279, 342
-, complaint by, against T. Weston, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Surrey, 71, 78, 84, 89, 204, 216-217, 663, 679, 762.

deficiencies of, 259, 292.

employment in, recommendation for, 130.

frauds and abuses in the collection of—

discoveries concerning, demand for reward for, 163, 442.

in co. Devon and Exeter, 27, 403.

commissioners for enquiry into (W. Burgoyne, R. Carew, C. Eyre, T. Mitchell, Sir T. Putt), charges of, 46, 173, 327, 363, 456
-, first commission returned, and executed, 34
-, new commissions, 34, 445, 574
-, nomination of, 34, 163, 409.

in parish of Bromley, 108, 273.

great, 761.

New York, 364, 711.

on—

Admiral of the Red [Squadron], 192, 603.

Excise offices in London, 111.

Gentlemen Pensioners, 688.

officers etc. of—

Admiralty, 699.

Customs, 525, 702.

Excise, 143, 151, 279, 286, 342, 370, 399, 748.

Navy, 640.

Ordnance, 85, 701.

Post Office, 569.

Salt Duties, 148, 372, 748.

Stamp Office, 146, 416, 748.

Victualling, 731.

pensions, 104, 113, 122, 270.

receivers general of, 167, 188, 198, 606.

accounts of, 14, 109, 110, 113, 141, 176, 410, 481, 488, 567, 649, 679, 723, 762.

appointments of, 454
-, petitions for, 160, 177, 440, 495
-, recommendations for, 184, 188, 189, 208.

complaints against (J. Weston, co. Surrey), 71, 78, 84, 89, 204, 216-217, 663, 679, 762.

debts of, 220, 476, 649, 683, 727.

compositions for, 24, 137, 176, 181, 193, 224-225, 225, 251, 260, 291, 330, 373, 424, 464, 476, 490, 533, 545, 546, 601, 603, 605, 610, 693.

deputies of, 403.

estate of, part of, conveyance of, 342.

extraordinary charges, 109, 110, 113, 139, 163, 166, 167, 176, 233, 279, 325, 332, 342, 344, 348, 358, 372, 410, 456, 476, 481, 488, 531, 544, 553, 600, 649.

frauds by, 363, 403, 409.

imprisoned, petitions for release, 209, 220, 683
-, release of, 727.

list of, 52.

loss of, 606.

overpayments by, repayment of, 250, 278, 316, 546, 553, 574.

payments by, into the Exchequer, 52, 71, 84, 233, 278, 316, 332, 342, 574, 679, 762.

securities given by, 36, 454, 476.

super set by, 173.

sureties of—

estates of, 424
-, extended, encumbered etc., 225, 330, 476, 490, 603.

petitions etc. of, 24, 57, 102, 115, 137, 138, 139, 141, 161, 167, 174, 176, 177, 181, 193, 209, 224, 225, 244, 251, 260, 330, 373, 424, 464, 476, 490, 524, 533, 546, 564, 601, 603, 610, 649, 693, 723.

supers and ipsums, 173
-, money paid into Exchequer, 106
-, outstanding, 14, 293-294.

See also Assessments.

Tea, duties on. See Excise—duties, on coffee.

Temporalities

of the bishopric of St. David's—

account of, 115, 169, 259, 732.

allowance out of, petition for, 169, 481.

receiver or collector of (W. Jeffreys, R. Lucy), behaviour of, 213
-, charges of, 732
-, commission to, 732
-, petitions and papers of, 115, 169, 213, 259, 481, 732
-, receipts by, account of, 732.

rental, 732.

rents, collecting of, 732
-, non-payment of, tenants alleging no power of distress for, 732.

restitution of, to the Bishop of Lincoln, 35.

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

Tennis Courts, Queen's, Keeper or Master of (H. Moore), fee or salary to, 302, 367, 419, 513, 666.

Tenths. See First Fruits and Tenths.

Tents, for emissary to Morocco, 540.

Testers, for canopy. See Canopies.

Thanksgiving Day
-, 463
-, rejoicing at St. Paul's, London, 734.

The Address, libel, 283.

Theatre, near the Haymarket, 400, 630.

Thread, imported from the United Provinces of Holland—

duties on. See Customs—duties, on linen cloth, thread and tape.

Flemish, 488.

twisted, 488.

untwisted, white, 488.

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

Throne
-, at St. Paul's, London, 387
-, in House of Lords, 429.

Tidesmen. See Customs.

Tidesurveyors. See Customs.

Tidewaiter. See Customs.

Tiles, making of, manufacture for, at Richmond, co. Surrey, licence for digging clay, 667.

Timber

for—

bridge over Thames at Datchet. See Bridges
-, Navy. See Navy.

See also Woods and Forests.

Tin

bars or blocks of, Assay pieces, allowance in lieu of, 107
-, lying in barrels upon Tower Wharf, London, erection of shed over, 129, 290
-, making of, account of method employed by officers of the Mint, 215, 729
-, salved from wrecked ship, 730.

baskets lined with, 429.

disposal of—

at—

Hamburg, proposal concerning, 188.

Leghorn and Genoa—

contract for, 112.

memorial concerning, 253.

transport of, in Navy ships, 63, 112, 595
-, relanding and securing of, at Portsmouth, 84, 680.

in Holland—

agent for ([J.] Drummond), advances by, for use of Forces in Holland, 38, 39, 51, 523, 559
-, letter of, 192
-, remittance from, 192.

credit of, advance on, 51, 523, 558-559.

petition concerning, 145.

proposals concerning, 23, 112, 149, 155, 171, 188, 363.

sales of, moneys arising by—

loans on—

account of, 10.

interest on, 313.

issues out of, 19, 20, 27, 65, 334, 613.

taking of, warrants for, not exceeding 60,000l., 313
-, not exceeding 100,000l. at any time unsatisfied, 24, 27.

receiver of (J. Anstis), 192
-, payment by, into the Exchequer, 93
-, payments to, 51, 93, 523, 558-559
-, petitions of, 107, 150.

imported into Ireland, accounts of, keeper of (M. Birchfeild), 253.

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

ships carrying, cast away off Margate, 118
-, convoys for, 150
-, Navy ships, 63, 84, 112, 595, 680
-, staved near Portland Island, 730.

Tinners, in Cornwall (J. Tamblyn et al.), 106, 413.

Tithes, 149.

belonging to hospital in co. Montgomery, assessment of, dispute concerning, 330.

composition for, by Hospital of Savoy to parson of St. Clement Danes, 405.

in—

Dishforth, 450, 647
-, Helperby, 450, 647
-, Pinchbeck, 362, 654
-, Weston, 362, 654.

leases of, 362, 647, 654.

of flax, 362.

See also Lands—Crown.

Tobacco

carried away by vessels, without entry or clearing, from shores of Virginia and Maryland, 702.

damaged, 422.

debenturable, imported into Ireland, 253.

duties on. See Customs—duties.

entered for Rotterdam, seized, 422.

for Forces, 26, 397.

from Holland, for prisoner of war, 679.

imported, 422.

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

shipped for export, and relanded at Bristol, 285
-, on Navy ship, 663.

smuggling of. See Smuggling.

Tobias, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Tolls. See Lands—Crown.

Tongs, pair of, and fork, for use of footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572.

Tonnage and Poundage. See Assessments —Third 4s. Aid
-, Customs—duties.

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

Tonnage on Ships. See Excise—duties, Additional Excise [as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20].

Tortoise-shell Bureau, in Dressing Room at Kensington Palace, lining of, with velvet, 319.

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

Town Hall, Wrexham, houses or shops beneath, lease of, 123, 272, 654.

Trade

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

illegal—

between—

England and Scotland, 541
-, Ireland and France, 371, 617
-, Ireland and the Plantations, 253.

in New York, 711.

with France, 371, 617.

losses in, of merchants, 415, 681.

Plantation Trade—

abuses in, account of, payment for, 259
-, Act for preventing (7-8 Wm. III, c. 22), 259.

Maryland, improvement of, and preventing of abuses in, scheme of new regulations for, 169, 455.

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

New York, illegal, 711.

Newfoundland—

encouragement of, Act for (10 Wm. III, c. 14)—

copies of, for dispersal in Newfoundland, 153, 358.

directions of, observance of, by Customs Commissioners and officers, 596, 614
-, to Fishing Admirals and masters of ships, 596.

letter relating to, 614.

Russian, to England, letter relating to, 658.

to or with—

East Indies. See East India Company—Two Millions Subscription.

France, illegal, 371, 617
-, prohibition of, Act for (3-4 Anne, c. 12), 685.

Scotland, illegal, 541.

Spain, 685
-, opening of, Act for (3-4 Anne, c. 12), 685.

Trade And Plantations, Commissioners for, or Board of (W. Blathwayt, R. Cecil, Lord Dartmouth, Sir P. Meadows, J. Pollexfen, M. Prior, Earl of Stamford, G. Stepney), 148.

business relating to, despatch of, allowances to clerks of Privy Council for, 301, 366, 371, 417, 532, 667.

clerks under, petition of, 120
-, salaries to, 366, 417, 514, 664.

incidents bills, 189, 366, 544, 771.

office for, 281
-, too chargeable, 120.

officers under, salaries to, 417, 514.

petition of, 120.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 137, 168, 169, 189, 191, 237, 296, 444, 455, 520, 562, 570, 632, 708-709.

proposals of, concerning—

garrison and independent company of Foot at Newfoundland, 130, 133, 312
-, independent companies of Foot in New York, 227, 411
-, salaries to Lieutenant Governors of the Leeward Islands, 228, 299, 413, 452
-, Surveyor General of Woods, America, 201.

salaries to, 299, 366, 417, 514, 664
-, arrears of, 76-77, 120, 551, 712.

seals delivered to, for Plantations, 620, 651.

Secretary to (W. Popple, senior), 153, 169, 191, 358, 444, 455, 504, 562, 570, 632
-, issues to, 299, 366, 417, 514, 544, 664, 771
-, salary to, 299, 366, 417, 514, 664.

Assistant Secretary (W. Popple, junior), 614, 620, 658.

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

Traders. See Merchants and Traders.

Train Fats, 596.

Trained Bands, Marshal of (R. Taylor), payment to, 394.

Traitor, 93.

Transcribing, of—

Foedera. See Foedera.

originals out of Court of Chancery into the Exchequer Court. See Exchequer Court.

Transports

admeasurement and appraisement of, in case of capture or sinking by the enemy, 293.

attending—

the Army. See Army—

Abroad, in—

Holland, Flanders and the Low Countries.

Portugal.

Spain and Catalonia.

Guards and Garrisons—

Independent Companies of Foot.

Sea Service Regiments—

in the Expedition to Cadiz and the West Indies.

in the Expedition to Catalonia under the Earl of Peterborough.

transports or shipping for.

in Ireland, transporting of.

the Navy. See Navy—

Expeditions, to Cadiz, Puerto de Santa Maria and Vigo.

Fleets and Squadrons, in, or going to, the Straits.

Victualling, ships employed for.

Board. See Transports—Commissioners or Board of.

captured by the enemy and retaken, 533.

Cashier for. See Transports— Receiver for.

Commissioners or Board of (S. Atkinson, T. Coleby junior, N. Roope), 180.

accounts of, 148, 189, 293, 361, 420, 534, 565, 764.

allowance by, 448.

appointment of, 293.

boat hire, 189, 764.

cash of, locking up and paying out of, rules for, 580.

coach hire, 189, 764.

instructions to, or rules to be observed by, 120, 293, 580.

issues to, 43, 171, 525.

payments by, 279, 280, 387, 412, 494, 507, 512, 759.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 26, 43, 95, 114, 120, 126, 143, 144, 145, 148, 162, 164, 170, 171, 172, 175, 177, 179, 187, 188, 189, 190, 198, 200, 201, 208, 215, 216, 279, 280, 287, 353, 387, 401, 402, 424, 448, 449, 455, 457, 459, 481, 494, 507, 509, 523, 525, 532, 537, 547, 615, 636, 698, 705, 738, 742, 759.

stationery for, 189.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 37, 43, 95, 170, 171.

warrants or orders from, for payments etc., to the Receiver for Transports, 548.

debt, 280.

bills or debentures in course, 125.

lost or destroyed, duplicates of, 287.

payments by, 279, 280, 387, 412, 494.

proprietors of, petition of, 174.

register of, 171, 507, 525
-, debts on, 171, 552, 687, 742, 759
-, establishment of, 125, 293, 759.

unsatisfied, interest on, 37, 39, 387, 401, 506-508, 752.

estimate of, 280.

fund for, granted by Parliament, 174.

issues towards, 43, 50, 51, 120, 171, 513, 522, 525, 687, 752.

petitioners for, 171.

settled and paid so far as allowed, 164.

defended against the enemy, bounty or reward for, 172, 175, 481, 512.

exempt from embargo, 577.

freight charges, 26, 43, 49, 120, 291, 397, 412, 519, 532-533, 578, 592
-, bills for, to be made out and signed by two of the Commissioners for Transports, 293.

goods, purchase of, public notice of, to be given on the Exchange, 293.

hire of, or hired—

for transporting Forces from England, Holland or elsewhere, or to any Plantations, and for bringing back the same, 547-548.

in—

England, 759
-, London, 705, 759
-, Whitehaven, 162, 424.

Ireland, 201, 705, 759.

Portugal, 26, 397.

public notice of, to be given on the Exchange, 293.

imprested at Newfoundland, capture and ransom of, 143, 353, 398.

lost, 161.

masters of. See Transports— owners, masters, etc. of.

named. See Ships and Shipping —named.

Office, 51, 171, 522, 525, 687, 752
-, charge of, issue for, 16, 291
-, establishment of, addition to, 759
-, guarding of, by night watchmen, 580.

officers of, 179, 577, 742.

owners, masters, etc. of, bounty to, 172, 175, 481, 512
-, of Dutch vessels, memorial in behalf of, 126, 179, 190, 459
-, payments to, 125, 171, 279, 280, 387, 448, 525, 705, 759
-, petitions of, 125, 145, 162, 171, 172, 173, 175, 177, 189, 201, 279-280, 280, 387, 401, 424, 481, 507, 509, 525, 532-533, 537, 705, 742, 759.

Paymaster for. See Transports —Receiver for.

provisions etc. for Forces, 50, 513
-, beds and hammocks, 26, 43, 49, 397, 519, 592
-, coal for garrison of Gibraltar, 457
-, corn, 43, 49, 519, 592
-, medicines, 26, 397
-, necessaries, 26, 49, 397, 519, 592
-, sea coal, 26, 397
-, spirits, 26, 397
-, tobacco, 26, 397.

Receiver for (or Cashier, Paymaster or Treasurer) (C. Mason, J. Nutin)—

accounts of, 189, 216, 420, 453, 523, 547, 738
-, weekly, 293.

appointment of, 187, 522, 547, 578
-, revoked, 548, 578.

cash of, examination of, 547
-, locking up and paying out of, rules for, 580.

cashier of, 547.

clerks employed under, salaries or allowances for, 198, 215, 615, 759.

instructions to and rules for, 215, 293, 547-548, 580.

issues or payments to, 16, 25, 49, 50, 51, 61, 62, 86, 291, 397, 483, 513, 519, 522, 547, 578, 584, 591, 687, 752.

payments by, 548.

salary of, 187, 215, 548.

securities and sureties of, 186, 187, 550, 553, 563
-, change of, 496.

stores etc., bills for, to be made out and signed by two of the Commissioners for Transports, 293.

stranded, in storm, petition for allowance for, 177, 509.

to or from—

Holland, 548.

account for, 189, 534, 764.

agent for (D. Sadler), bills drawn by, 494
-, imprisoned on account of unpaid bills, 494.

and Portugal, payment to masters of Dutch ships, 126, 179, 190, 459, 592, 597.

bills for, 494.

debt for, issues for, 43, 50, 120, 513.

Ireland, 43, 50, 513.

and—

England, 43, 50, 513.

Portugal, 291
-, collector attending embarcation, reward to, 200, 636
-, hired in Ireland, owners of, payment to, 201, 705, 759.

commissary for (M. Tucker), account of, 26, 402, 698
-, bills of, 43, 50, 291, 513
-, petition of, for payment and yearly allowance, 698.

employed in the reduction of Ireland or in the Irish Transportation, 279, 280, 412.

Act in behalf of [6 & 7 Wm. and Mary, c. 7], 280.

debt due to, account of, 280.

transporting the Irish to France on the capitulation of Limerick, 280
-, issues for, account of, 136.

Portugal, 532-533.

agent for, at Lisbon (R. Derby), 180
-, petition for appointment as, 180.

and—

Holland, payment to masters of Dutch ships, 126, 179, 190, 459, 592, 597.

Ireland, 200, 201, 291, 636, 705, 759.

bills for, 291.

captured by the enemy and retaken, 533.

defended against the enemy, bounty or reward for, 172, 175, 481, 512.

hired, in—

England, 759
-, London, 705, 759
-, Portugal, 26, 397
-, Whitehaven, 162, 424.

issue for, 16, 291.

West Indies, 26, 171, 397, 448, 525, 742, 759.

packet boats, contract for, 37, 161-162, 162, 208, 449, 455
-, payment on, 61, 584.

stranded in storm, petition for allowance for, 177, 509.

Treasurer for. See Transports— Receiver for.

Treason

person attainted of, estate of, petition concerning debts out of, 234.

person prosecuted for treasonable words (Mary Cressey), 210, 639, 762.

persons prosecuted or outlawed for high treason, 286, 320, 421, 449, 556, 616, 647, 763.

Treasury, 13, 15, 76, 87, 89, 91, 92, 554, 725.

Board, 44, 45, 84.

caveats, 124, 291, 293, 320, 374, 543, 574, 614, 671.

clerks of (C. Tilson et al.), fees on imprests, 256, 554
-, New Year's gifts to, 733.

Commissioners of, 155.

correspondence between, and the Admiralty, concerning pressed men, 593.

fees, 256, 554, 628, 635, 650.

fiats, 255, 270, 286, 294, 318, 391, 414, 449, 547, 560, 603, 617, 669.

letters patent, 255.

Lord High Treasurer. See Exchequer Receipt.

Lords, 274, 279, 412, 416, 676.

meeting at—

Lord High Treasurer's House, St. James's Palace, 1, 10, 43, 47, 51, 58, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67.

Treasury Chambers, Whitehall Palace, 1, 3, 10, 19, 23, 29, 32, 44, 52, 59, 61, 63, 64, 69, 84, 95.

Windsor Castle, 17, 19, 23, 26, 27, 31, 80, 94, 98.

of the Exchequer Receipt. See Exchequer Receipt.

Office or Chambers, Whitehall Palace, 293, 634.

allowances, to—

J. Farrar, for carrying letters, 323, 426, 527, 612, 690.

W. Wekett, for attendance and disbursements, 323, 426, 527, 612, 690.

Treasury Lords meeting in. See Treasury—Lords.

umbrellas, repair of, 322.

works at, 281.

officers of, New Year's gifts to, 733.

profits of, 103.

Solicitor to (H. Baker, N. Baker, W. Borret, A. Smith), 295.

accounts, 107, 136, 283, 461, 753.

allowance or salary to, 358, 359, 437, 655, 700.

instructions, directions or orders to, 102, 111, 112, 117, 155, 176, 240, 259, 274, 279, 292, 321, 340, 371, 442, 475, 494, 495, 765.

issues to, for—

Crown Law charges, 8, 19, 72, 102, 139, 166, 250, 337, 389, 456, 463, 482, 543, 638, 659, 740
-, pensioners etc., 19.

payments by, 132, 286, 309, 316, 563, 762.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 28, 81, 102, 105, 107, 108, 110, 111, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 122, 124, 125, 129, 140, 143, 144, 145, 146, 149, 150, 151, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 159, 166, 171, 177, 185, 192, 199, 203, 210, 213-214, 250, 253, 266, 273, 277, 295, 310, 334, 349, 353, 357, 360, 363, 371, 374, 403, 404, 420, 421, 431, 433, 447, 509, 535, 536, 585, 639, 644, 695, 703, 731, 762, 765.

to attend the Treasury, 33, 160.

widow of, petition of, 119.

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

Treaties

for subsidies to Allies, abstract of, 60
-, Queen's proportion of, 685.

Great Seal to be affixed to, silver boxes for, 322, 463, 465, 588.

of peace with the French, 467, 493, 737
-, of peace and commerce with Morocco, 225.

relating to Troops of Augmentation for service in Italy, 724.

with—

King of Denmark, 222, 463.

Duke of Hanover, 66, 372.

Five Nations of Indians bordering upon province of New York, 237.

Lüneberg, 322.

with—

Emperor of Morocco, 225.

King of Portugal, 264, 291, 369.

King of Prussia, 4, 264, 360.

See also Foedera.

Trinity House
-, of Deptford Strond, Corporation of (Master, Deputy Master, Wardens and Assistants), authority of, for erection of the Eddystone Lighthouse, 440
-, damage to piers and wharves in Dover Harbour, 555, 603
-, petition of widow of builder of Eddystone Lighthouse, 83, 165, 440.

Tripeman, 432.

Triumphs, tapestries representing. See Tapestries.

Trumpeters

of Regiments of Horse, banners for, 388
-, liveries for, 388, 598.

Queen's. See Serjeant Trumpeter.

Trunks

at Kensington, 463.

brasswork of, gilding of, 463.

cover for, 463.

for—

keeping fish in island in St. James's Park, 628.

Queen's body linen, 320.

frames for, 463.

Indian, 463.

travelling, 320.

Russia leather, 320.

Turkey Carpets. See Carpets.

Turkey Leather. See Leather.

Turkey Silks. See Silks.

Turkey Work Chairs. See Chairs.

Twenty Five per cent. Duty. See Customs—duties, on French Goods.

Two Millions Subscription. See East India Company.