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'Index: A', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 5: 1714-1719 (1883), pp. 507-512. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85058 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Abercromby, Sir James, a Commissioner for inspecting the demolition of Dunkirk; cxci. 9; cxcii. 1; cxcix. 67; ccvi. 31; ccvii. 22; ccxiii. 56.

-, Alexr., petition; ccv. 21; ccxix. 24.

Aberdeen, bishopric of, rents in arrear, &c.; ccvi. 24.

-, colleges and schools of, Commissioners for visiting, representation; ccxv. 38.

-, custom house at, broken open by mob; cxci. 3.

-, farmer of Excise in the county of; cxcix. 18.

-, justices of the peace and ministers of the gospel of, “testificate”; ccxv. 65.

-, Lord Lieutenant of; ccxxii. 8.

-, meeting-place of the rebels under Marquis of Huntley, &c.; cxcii. 9.

-, riots and assaults on the Customs' officers at; cxci. 3.

-, University and King's College, petitions of the Rector, Principal, &c. of; ccxxi. 11; ccxxii. 19.

Abney, Sir Thos., representation as to coal-meters; clxxxvii. 23.

Acadia [Nova Scotia]; ccxv. 14.

Account, Commissioners of; cci. 10.

Accounts, Exchequer, in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's office; cxcviii. 47.

-, Public (Ireland), renewal of the Commission on; cxcvii. 56.

Acherley, Roger, his scheme for paying public debts; cxc. 50.

Ackworth, Jacob, at the demolition of Dunkirk; ccvii. 31.

Adams, —, conspired to set up the Pretender's standard at Oxford, &c.; ccxiv. 15.

Adderley, Thos., letter; cxcvi. 16.

Admiral, Lord High; ccxxvi. 66.

-, of the White; ccxvi. 17.

-, Vice; cxcii. 40; ccvi. 39.

Addison, Mr. Secy., letters from, clxxx. 11; clxxxi. 7; ccvii. 29, 31, 50; ccix. 10; ccxiv. 61.

-, -, letter to, ccix. 9.

-, Frances, late wife of Thomas, and his executors, clxxxvi. 45.

Admiralty, the, or Lords of the; cxci. 4; cxcii. 40; cxciii. 21; cxcviii. 44; cxcix. 36, 53; ccvi. 39.

-, -, -, decline to allow Admiral Wishart's expenses in presents to the Dey and government of Algiers; ccxvi. 17.

-, -, -, letters from. See also Burchett, J.; clxxxi. 2, 13; cxciii. 28, 35.

-, -, -, letters to; clxxxii, 17; ccxx. 25.

-, -, -, oppose the continuance of Mr. Bridger's office of Surveyor of Woods in North America; cxcviii. 17, 30; cci. 12; cciv. 17.

-, -, -, salaries of; ccxvii. 1.

-, -, clerks of, remission of taxes paid by; ccxvii. 1.

-, -, Commissioners of, their standing order to captains of H.M. ships to permit Customs' officers to search them; cci. 16.

-, -, -, complaint to; ccxxiii. 5.

-, -, Committee of the House of Commons and; cxcviii. 17, 30.

-, -, Court or High Court of, judge of; cxcvi. 43.

-, -, -, -, salary at Dover; clxxxi. 40.

-, -, -, pirates convicted before; ccxxii. 6.

-, -, -, (Scotland); ccxx. 3.

-, -, ground near, deeds relating to the purchase of; ccxxiii. 26.

-, -, papers, letters, &c. from [classified]; cxcv. 3; ccxxiii. 26.

-, -, perquisites of; cxcix. 63.

Adrianople; ccxv. 62.

Advocate General in North Britain. See Scotland, Advocate General.

-, Judge. See Judge Advocate.

Africa, British trade with, begun in the reign of James I.; clxxxv. 59.

African Company, the Royal, petition; ccxxxv. 59.

-, the Scotch; ccxxi. 2.

Aga, Sali, envoy from Tripoli; cxcviii. 75.

Agnew, Capt. Thomas, memorial; cciv. 79; ccv. 8.

Aids, land tax, &c.; clxxxii. 40.

Air or Ayr; clxxxix. 1; cxc. 14; ccxi. 19.

Aislabie, Rt. Honble. John. See also Navy, Treasurer of.

-, John, Esq., account of bank annuities received from; cc. 23.

Alais, Mr. D'. See D'Alais.

Aland, Sir John Fortescue (Solicitor General); cxcviii. 29; cc. 18.

-, -, (Baron of the Exchequer); ccxi. 20.

Alba. See Alva.

Alcazar, the Alcaid of, presents for; clxxxii. 5; cxci. 52.

Aldcroft, Lieut. Thos., malicious prosecution of; ccv. 24.

Alderman, John; cxciv. 13.

Alderney, duty on imports from; clxxxix. 54.

Alexander, Catherine, petition; cxcvi. 43.

Algebra, mode of computing duties by; clxxxi. 42.

Algerians. See Argireens.

Algiers, chaplain to the British consul and factory at; clxxxi. 32; ccxiii. 53.

-, consul at; clxxxvi. 16; ccxiii. 53.

-, Dey of, presents to; cxci. 58, ccxvi. 17.

-, merchants of,; cxc. 40.

Alicant Castle; ccxi. 15.

-, English garrison at; cxcix. 27; ccviii. 37; ccxxii. 10.

Alice Holt Forest. See Holt.

Alienation Office, produce of fines for alienations; cxciii. 60; cci. 8; ccxiii. 3; ccxv. 21, 53, 54; ccxxi. 35; ccxxii. 36.

Allanson, George; cc. 26.

Allen, Anthony, of the Savoy; clxxxiv. 62.

-, Thomas, his services against the rioters in Staffordshire; cciv. 71.

Aller, co. Somerset; ccxv. 42.

Alloa; clxxxix. 1; ccxii. 34.

Almanacks and pamphlets liable to stamp duties; ccvi. 25.

Almanza, battle of; ccvii. 14.

Alnage duties (Ireland); cc. 7.

-, Office (Ireland), created by Act 17 & 18 Chas. II.; ccvii. 2.

Alva or Alba, Scotland; cc. 26; cci. 7 ccvii. 70.

Ambassadors, list of; ccxiii. 41.

Ambrose, Lawrence, of Barcott (Berks); cxci. 26; cxcii. 30; cxcvii. 42.

-, Mr. Thomasin, affidavit of; cxcii. 30, 61.

America; clxxx. 21.

-, army in; cci. 11.

-, bishops wanted in, representation; clxxxi. 31.

-, lands in, principles on which grants are made; clxxxv. 59.

-, merchants trading to, petition touching bounty bills; ccxxiii. 25.

-, North, men proposed to be sent out as soldiers and servants to; clxxxvii. 46.

-, revenue from, how to be settled; cxcviii. 13, 79

-, South, surveyor of, his complaint; cxcii, 51; cxcix. 36.

-, woods in, surveyor-general of; cxcii. 3.

American Indians; clxxxvii. 39; cc. 8.

-, -, claim on the Treasury for building a chapel, &c. for; ccxxi. 26.

-, -, exposure of Annapolis to attack from; ccvii. 16, 29.

-, -, French missionaries convert and contract alliances with; ccvii. 29.

-, -, forces sent against; ccvi, 53.

-, -, present to the five nations of; cxcix. 13; cciv. 46, 52, 97; ccxxii. 16.

-, -, prisoners cruelly treated by; ccvii. 14.

-, -, purchases of lands from; cc. 30.

-, -, trade with; ccxv. 14.

-, plantations; clxxv. 59; cxcii. 56; cc. 30; ccvi. 53.

-, -, prisoners in England transported to; ccxx. 42.

-, -, revenue and trade of; cxcix. 36; ccxx. 13.

-, seas, piracies in; ccix. 25.

Amsterdam, Episcopal ministers at, pension; clxxxi. 32.

Anderson, Adam, petition; ccvii. 18.

-, David, H.M. chaplain in Scotland; cxcvi. 48.

-, John; ccxx. 39.

-, -, of Dowhill, farmer of the customs and excise (Scotland); ccxiv. 70.

-, Robert, of Sunderland; ccxxvi. 13.

Andrews, John, receiver-general of the land taxes in co. Warwick; cc. 2.

Angell, John, junr., petition; ccxxvi. 51.

Anguilla, poor people of; ccix. 15.

Angus; cxcii. 9.

-, Archibald, Earl of, his marriage with Margaret Queen of Scots; clxxxviii. 55.

Annand, Jas., of Trinity, Minories, barber-surgeon, petition; ccix. 28.

Annandale, Marquis of, Keeper of the Privy Seal in Scotland; ccxii. 77.

Annapolis Royal; clxxxi. 4; clxxxviii. 24; cxc. 1, 64; cxcii. 67; ccvii. 14; ccxi. 5; ccxii. 13; ccxiv. 30, 44; ccxv, 14; p. 402; ccxxvi, 84.

-, -, garrison of, breaches in the fortification of; ccvii. 16.

-, -, -, report upon its condition; ccvii. 29.

-, -, -, victualling of; ccxviii. 6; ccxxii. 18, 27, 41; ccxxvi. 82.

-, formerly Port Royal, taken from the French, Oct. 1710; ccvii. 29; ccxxii. 18.

Anne, Queen, arrears of; clxxxi. 33; clxxxv. 32, 41; clxxxvi. 1, 6, 29; clxxxvii. 32, 34; clxxxviii. 19; cxc. 40, 48, 66; cxci. 2, 19, 35; cxcii. 43, 69; cxcvi. 11, 17, 18, 24; cxcix. 37; cc. 10, 24; cciv. 3; ccvi. 35; ccviii. 5, 10; ccxii. 79; ccxiv. 2, 4, 34; ccxix. 40, 45, 60, 63, 70; ccxx. 34; ccxxv. 1; ccxxvi. 61.

-, -, bequest of 2,000l. to charitable uses; cxcii. 71.

-, -, coachmen, footmen, &c. petition; cxcii. 43; ccxix. 73.

-, -, debts; cxci. 35; cxcvi. 27; cxcviii. 2; ccvi. 28; ccxiv. 42.

-, -, -, not exceeding 30l. to each servant of; clxxxv. 32, 42.

-, -, -, to the Civil Government; clxxxvii. 34, 37; cxci. 35; cxcii. 73.

-, -, -, to the Earl of Loudoun; clxxxvi. 1.

-, -, funeral, expense of the mourning at the; clxxx. 2; clxxxii. 30, 44; clxxxv. 40, 56, 58; cxc. 36, 44; ccxiv. 34.

-, -, -, duties of Somerset Herald at; clxxxii. 48.

-, -, letters patent granted by; clxxxi. 52; ccix. 14.

-, -, oath of officers upon the demise of; clxxx. 12.

-, -, pensions of; clxxxi. 32, 52; clxxxviii. 55; cxc. 46; cxci. 2; cxcii. 10.; cxcix. 13; ccxix. 39.

-, -, physician in ordinary to; cxcvi. 11.

-, -, post-mortem examination of, physician's report; ccxiii. 33.

-, -, present to, from the Emperor of Morocco; clxxxix. 37; ccxxi. 31.

-, -, revenue of the kingdom at the death of; cxci. 35.

-, -, secretary of, in Poland; cc. 24.

-, -, as to will of; clxxxvii. 18.

-, -, appointed Theodore Randue over the garden house, Windsor; cxcix. 59.

-, -, commissioned Sir Jas. Abercromby to settle the evacuation of Dunkirk; cxcix. 67.

-, -, dissolved the Savoy Hospital founded by Henry VII.; cxcix. 33.

-, -, grant to Dame Janet Halkett; ccxiv. 47.

-, -, promised the servants and creditors of Wm. III. to recommend their case to the House of Commons; ccxxi. 13.

Annuities. See also Pensions.

“Annuities, the, examined as to the first purchase, &c.,” paper thus entitled; ccxi. 9.

-, Bank, account of; cc. 23, 29; cciii. 10; ccxiv. 46; ccxvi. 36.

-, Exchequer reversionary; ccviii. 15.

-, general fund for, state of; ccxxv. 1.

-, scheme for raising two millions upon; clxxxv. 44.

Annuity orders, list of; clxxxi. 23; clxxxvii. 14.

Anstis, John, M.P., Garter-King-at-Arms, letters, memorials, &c.; clxxxvii. 15; cxcix. 6; cci. 9, 13, 19; ccviii. 45; ccix. 1, 14; ccxiii. 48.

-, -, letter to; clxxxviii. 4; ccxiv. 23.

-, -, reports on records of the Court of Requests; ccxx. 45.

Anstruther; clxxxix. 1; cxcvi. 19; cc. 22.

-, General, his regiment serving at Gibraltar; clxxxv. 47.

-, Sir John, Bart., memorial; cxcvi. 19.

-, -, surveyor-general and master or H.M. works in Scotland; ccxii. 84; ccxvi. 18; ccxxii. 19.

Antigua; cxcix. 36; ccv. 53; ccxxi. 1, 41.

-, governor of, charges against; ccxiv. 39.

-, -, witnesses against his murderers; clxxx. 38.

-, vessels arrived at or cleared from; cxciv. 11.

Antwerp, congress at; cxci. 43.

-, the Barrier Treaty brought over from; cxciii. 40.

Apothecary-general to the army; clxxxii. 6.

Applebee, John, memorial, &c.; ccxx. 44; ccxxiii. 9.

Appledore; clxxxv. 48.

Apprentice duties, registrar, &c. of; clxxxvii. 33; ccxii. 29, 30.

Apprentices, excessive number of, in the weavers' trade; ccxxiii. 15 (p. 487).

Arabic letters, translators of; ccxiii. 53; ccxxii. 11.

Arbuthnott, Mr. Robt., Auditor of the Exchequer (Scotland), to attend the Earl of Stair; ccxix. 42.

Ardmannoch, Crown rents of; clxxxvi. 21.

Argeer. See Algiers.

Argireens; clxxxi. 13.

Argyle or Argyll, the Duke of; clxxxv. 57; cxciv. 19; cxcviii. 37; cc. 38; cciv. 20; ccvi. 6; ccxi. 19; ccxiv. 37; ccxx. 21.

-, -, special credit for his command of the army in Scotland; cxci. 69; cxcii. 26, 77.

-, -, his account of the money laid out for H.M. service in Scotland during the rebellion; ccvii. 4.

Argyleshire militia; cxcix. 12.

Arkingarthdale, forest of, lease by Wm. III.; ccvii. 47.

Arkwright, Mr., to be surveyor-general of customs, Ireland; ccix. 7, 11.

Armand, Lewis, lieutenant in Count de Paulin's regiment, petition; clxxxix. 60.

Armestead, Michael, payment to; cxcix. 43.

Arms, the Royal; clxxxii. 48.

-, -, alteration of, by George I.; clxxxix. 38.

-, Clarencieux King of; cci. 13.

-, Garter King of; cxcix. 6; cci. 9, 13.

-, Ulster King of; clxxxix. 38.

-, for South Carolina in the “Industry;” cxcii. 63.

-, for Ireland, bought in Holland; cxcix. 2, 8; ccvii. 13; ccix. 10.

-, for Scotland, in ships lying at Rochelle; cc. 19.

-, purchase of, for the King; cxciii. 5, 9, 10, 14: cxcix. 2; ccxiv. 72.

Armstrong, Capt.; ccxiv, 30.

-, Col. John, Quartermaster-General, memorial; ccvii. 22.

-, -, at demolition of Dunkirk; ccvii. 31; ccxiii. 56.

-, L., letter; ccxii. 13.

-, Peter, of Yarmouth, mercer; cciv. 26.

-, Robert, letter; ccxxi. 49.

Army accounts, controllers of. See also Meadows and Bruce.

-, -, -, reports, &c.; clxxxi. 20; clxxxiv. 3; clxxxvi. 35; clxxxix. 14; cxciii. 63; cxcv. 4; cxcvi. 42; cxcvii. 60; cxcviii. 6, 69; ccv. 72; ccvii. 10, 29, 45; ccviii. 7; ccxii. 4; ccxiii. 18; ccxiv. 30, 44; ccxv. 2; ccxvii. 3; ccxix. 35; ccxx. 12; ccxxi. 7, 50.

-, -, -, secretary to; ccvi. 54; ccxii. 40.

-, apothecary-general of the; clxxxii. 6, ccxviii. 3.

-, clearings of; clxxxi. 29; clxxxiv. 2; ccv. 8; ccvii. 29; ccxix. 2; ccxxvi 20.

-, clothiers; clxxxi. 29; clxxxviii. 34; cxcix. 29; cciv. 8, 101; ccxii. 45; ccxxii. 45.

-, clothing; clxxxiv. 3; clxxxviii. 23, 34; cxc. 1; cxciii. 8; cxcviii. 8, 23; cxcix. 29; cciii. 2; cciv. 64; ccv. 2; ccvii. 29; ccviii. 7; ccxix. 35.

-, -, report of general officers for inspecting and regulating; cciv. 25; ccvi. 54.

-, contingencies; cxci. 9; cciv. 34; ccxxi. 9.

-, debentures. See Debentures, army.

-, debts, commissioners for stating; clxxxvi. 22; clxxxvii. 24; clxxxviii. 39; clxxxix. 14, 65; cxc. 64; cxcii. 50, 67; cxciii. 8, 20; cciv. 79; ccix. 26; ccxi. 15; ccxii. 73, 74, 78; ccxvii. 2, 3; ccxix. 6; ccxxii. 10, 18, 43, 45; ccxxiii. 27.

-, general officers of the; clxxxvii. 39; cxcviii. 12; ccvi. 45; ccxxiii. 2.

-, half-pay officers of the, establishment of; clxxxiv. 5; clxxxix. 45; cxcii. 48; ccv. 87; ccxix. 59.

-, officers' memorials; clxxxi. 47; clxxxv. 40, 45; cxcii. 11, 48; cxcvi. 21; cxcviii. 6; ccv. 94.

-, -, servants' pay; clxxxix. 22.

-, payments; clxxx. 41; ccv. 2.

-, physician-general of the; clxxxix. 15.

-, rations, &c., contracts for; cxcii. 2, 53.

-, regiments; clxxxi. 36; clxxxiv. 2; clxxxv. 2, 47; clxxxvi. 32, 37, 38; clxxxix. 14, 22, 60, 65; cxci. 62; cxcii. 11, 22, 44, 46; cxciii. 8, 52; cxcv. 4; cxcvi. 21; cxcviii. 6, 8, 23; cxcix. 27, 29; cciv. 79; ccv. 8, 71, 94; ccxii. 4, 73, 74, 92; ccxiv. 68; ccxv. 5, 41; ccxix. 35, 46, 48; ccxxii. 18; ccxxiii. 27.

-, stores; clxxxviii. 24; cxcii. 24.

-, subsistence established by Wm. III. for the; clxxx. 37; clxxxii. 29.

-, transport; cxcii. 70; ccxiii. 22.

-, troops of the, foreign, their pay; cxcvii. 17.

-, -, in America; cci. 11.

-, -, in Flanders; cci. 11.

-, -, in Ireland; clxxxvi. 25; cxci. 62; cxcii. 22, 46; cxcviii. 8.

-, -, in Scotland; cxci. 69; ccvii. 11.

-, -, -, commissaries of; ccxii. 96.

-, -, -, invalids of; cxc. 38.

-, -, in Spain and Portugal; cxcix. 27; ccxiv. 61.; ccxvii. 2.

Arnold, Mr. John, prisoner in the Bastille; clxxxix. 4.

-, Nehemiah, paymaster of the malt lottery tickets, petition; cxci. 17.

Arran, Earl of, deed for assigning the whole of the Duke of Ormond's estate to; cxcviii. 61.

Arskins or Erskine, Sir John, his silver mine near Alva; cc. 26; cci. 1, 7.

Art, English, encouragement to, solicited; clxxxv. 7.

Arthur, —, granted the clerkship of the Crown and hanaper (Ireland), by James II.; clxxxv. 66.

-, Daniel; clxxxviii. 46; cc. 41.

Artillery train for Canada; clxxxviii. 18.

Artis, Samuel, of Great Yarmouth; clxxxiv. 11.

Ashburnham, W., Commissioner of the Office of Alienations; ccxv. 21, 53, 54; ccxxi. 35.

-, Lord, his regiment of horse; ccxix. 61.

Ashby, Mr., his arrears; ccxii. 83.

Ashdown Park, Wilts., Lord Bolingbroke's goods at; cxcviii. 60.

Ashe, Joseph, petition for a lease of the Great Lodge, Braydon Forest, Wilts; cxcviii. 45.

-, Edw., Clerk of the Ordnance, his account with Ireland; ccvii. 27.

Ashurst, Sir Wm., representation as to coal-meters; clxxxvii. 23; cciv. 22.

-, Mr., controller of the duties on stampt vellum, &c.; ccxii. 30.

-, Thos.; cxc. 21.

Assemblies, Colonial, proposals touching their refusal of a reasonable revenue to the King; cxcviii. 13.

-, -, and the governors' salaries; cxcviii. 79.

Assembly, Colonial (Barbadoes) Act of; ccxx. 1.

-, -, (New York); ccxxi. 40; ccxxii. 16.

-, the general, Scotland; cciv. 54.

Assessments, illegal, to be pleaded in the Exchequer; clxxx. 61.

Assurance [insurance] of ships, proposals for, resisted by the directors of the Union Fire Insurance; clxxxv. 22.

-, -, Hand-in-Hand; clxxxv. 23.

Asteley or Astley, Sir Jacob, appointed a Commissioner for Trade, &c.; clxxxviii. 12.

Aston, Robt.; cxcii. 83.

Astronomy, Flamstead's observations on; cxcviii. 56.

Athlone, bailiffs, burgesses, &c. of, certificate; clxxxii. 2.

-, Earl of, grant of an estate to; clxxxvii. 39.

-, manor and castle of, grant; cxcviii. 36.

Atkinson, Wm., of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, Mary his wife, and Agmondesham, their son, petition and pedigree of; ccvii. 33.

Attorney-General, the; See also Northey and Lechmere.

-, -, clxxxvii. 36; clxxxviii. 20; cxci. 10; cxcii. 15, 62; cxcviii. 57; cxcix. 56; ccxii. 32, 65; ccxiv. 29, 39, 58, 71; ccxxii. 25.

-, -, drafts of the surrender of Pennsylvania; clxxxiii. 24.

-, -, opinions, reports, &c. of; clxxx. 12, 25, 66; clxxxi. 42; clxxxvii. 22, 33, 41; clxxxviii. 17, 20, 25; clxxxix. 12, 21, 54; cxc. 47; cxcii. 25, 57, 58; cxciii. 30, 44, 46; cxcviii. 29, 51, 55, 60, 61; cxcii. 31, 33, 50, 63, 64; cc. 34, 35; ccviii. 45; ccix. 9, 12, 24; ccxiii. 16, 32, 33, 50; ccxiv. 62, 63, 65; ccxv. 13; ccxxii. 44; ccxxiii. 8.

-, -, -, on the legality of the patent of John Anstis, Garter-King-at-Arms; cxcix. 6; ccviii. 52; ccix. 1.

-, -, -, on the Duchess of Ormonde's rentcharge; ccvi. 21.

-, -, -, on the Auditors' of Imprests producing their books; ccvi. 33.

-, -, -, on the patent to the controller of apprentice duties; ccxii. 29.

-, -, -, on the grant to Benson of the Surveyorship of Works; ccxx. 8.

-, -, references to; cxcii. 45; cxciii. 36; cxciv. 13; cci. 13, 19, 24, 29; cciv. 51; ccviii. 15, 26; ccxiii. 48; ccxv. 11; ccxxi. 1; ccxxiii. 5.

-, -, for Ireland [Richd. Levinge] cxc. 25, 49; cxciii. 49.

Aubery, Edw., coachmaker, memorial; ccxxi 13.

Auchpherise, lands of; ccxiv. 60.

Auditor-General; clxxxix. 32.

Auditor of Accounts, power of the Crown to appoint a third; cxciii. 39, 46.

Auditors of Imprests. See Imprests.

-, office; clxxxix. 9; cxciii. 39.

-, reports; ccviii. 6,

Audley End; ccviii. 52.

Austin, Mary, widow of John, Queen Anne's coachman, petition; ccxix. 73.

-, Thos., Receiver-General of Land Tax in Hants, petition; ccvii. 36.

Austria, Archduke of, announcement of the birth of; cciv. 56.

Auverquerque, Seigneur d'; clxxxvii. 41.

Ayerst, Mr., Sec. to the embassy in Holland; clxxxvi. 16.

Ayles, Thos., of London, merchant, petition; cciv. 64.

Aylmer, Admiral; clxxxiv. 27; cxcviii. 40; ccxii. 44.

Ayon, Michael, charges for prosecuting Col. Parke's murderers; ccxxi. 8.

Ayr. See Air.