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'Index of Persons and Places: B', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 537-546. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90496 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Babington, [Philip], colonel, [foot] regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387, 388.

Bacon, Nathaniel, Auditor and Receiver General of Virginia, 201.

Badger, Henry, moletaker in Richmond Park, 420.

Bafiniac, Jean, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Bagshaw, —, goods for the Muscovite Ambassador, 336.

Bahama and Sassafras River, Maryland, 439.

Bailhache, Anthoine, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Baily. See Bayley.

Baines, William, Comptroller of Carlisle port, 34, 294.

Baitailhe, Joseph, landwaiter, Portsmouth, 100.

Baker, Henry, Solicitor to the Treasury, 42, 104, 112, 165, 180, 199, 224, 294, 361, 382, 424, 449, 458, 507.

-, -, captain, Surveyor General of the riding officers for the guard of the coast of Kent and Sussex, 340, 345.

-, Richard, deceased, tidesman, London port, 439.

-, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Somerset, 101.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Prizes, 311, 405, 495.

-, -, present to the government of Algiers, 86.

Ball, [Arthur], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, Guy, merchant et al., shipowners, freight charges, 338.

-, John, Collector of Ipswich port, petition for salary, 502.

-, -, constituted Collector of Sandwich port, 419, 430.

Ballot, Joseph, tidesman at Liverpool, 480.

Ballow (Ballowe), Henry, a deputy chamberlain of the Exchequer Court for joining tallies, 60, 64, 74, 276, 468, 508.

Bampton, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Burridge, S.

Banastre (Bannastre), William, chief justice of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, salary, 119, 297, 358, 515.

Bancons, Isaac, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

-, Jeremy, lieutenant colonel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Bankfield. See Liverpool.

Banks, Mathew, late master carpenter to the Works, executors of, payment to, 64.

Bannantine, John, of the Worcester, compensation to, 406.

Bannastre. See Banastre.

Banyard, Thomas, employed as tidewaiter in Yarmouth port, 459.

Barbados, 49, 100, 339, 412.

Agent for Prizes at. See Barwick, S., Cleland, W.

assemblies of, 95.

Assembly, Treasurer of. See Thomas, C.

Captain General and Governor in Chief of, chapel of, bibles etc. and plate for, 100;

payment to in lieu of presents or gifts from the assemblies, 95, 474. See also Crow, M.;

Granville, B.

Casual Revenues, 351;

Receiver of, report on the office of, 147–8. See also Barwick, S.;

Thomas, C.;

Wiltshire, J.

citizens of to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Commissioner of Customs in. See Cox, S.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 147, 212.

collection and application of towards fortifications, 251.

sent home by transport ships, 41.

General Assembly, raising money for public occasions, 212.

Governor of, 109;

appointed as Commissioner to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318;

to furnish the commander of the West Indies squadron with money, 191. See also Parke, D.

Lieutenant Governor of, salary, 474. See also Sharpe, W.

rents in, Receiver of. See Wiltshire, J.

schoolmaster for. See Brown, H.

ship from, 168, 209.

transport charges to, 416.

Barbary, goods etc. from, duties on, 208.

Barbauld, Ezechiel, French minister, estate of Judith Nezereau, 341.

Barbut, Pierre, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Barcelona, Spain, 55, 176, 235, 383, 528;

siege of, 200;

taking of, 522.

Barclay, Thomas, clerk, going to New York as chaplain, passage money, 302.

Barcus, Pierre, ensign, Irish army pension for, 281. See also Barens, P.

Bardoe, Charles, corn factor, a bankrupt, Customs money returned through, 436.

Barens, Pierre, ensign, Irish army pension for, 71. See also Barcus, P.

Barker, Robert, an Agent for Taxes, 73, 152, 227, 318, 341, 351, 464.

-, -, deputy Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer, 48, 118, 129, 198, 249, 300, 341.

Barnaby, Anthony, Secretary to the Commissioners for Prizes, 243.

Barnardiston, Arthur, executors of, estate of A. Butterworth, 32, 252, 299–300.

-, Sir Samuel, executor of Arthur, 299;

rents of Thornton manor, 444.

-, Samuel, executor of Arthur, 299.

Barnes, Henry, of the Worcester, compensation to, 407.

Barnstaple, co. Devon, Collector at. See Clinton, T.;

Rowe, R.;

landwaiter at. See Leigh, T.;

Wild, J.

Baron, James, estate of, 127.

Barraby, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. York, 101.

Barronstone. See Borrowstounness.

Barrow, co. Lincoln, manor of, 105, 143, 285, 312–3.

Barry, James, 4th Earl of Barrymore, [foot] regiment of, embarkation of, 448.

in England, subsistence for, 379.

levy money, 115.

offreckonings, 22.

subsistence for, 427, 448.

-, Jaques, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Barrymore, Earl of. See Barry, James.

Barstable, co. Essex, hundred of, bailiff of. See Sparrow, Sir J.

Barthe, Jean la, colonel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Barton, co. Lincoln, manor of, 105, 143, 285, 312–3.

Barton, Mathew, a Commissioner of Prizes, 495.

Barton Bradridge. See Boyton Bradridge.

Barwick (Berwick), Samuel, Agent for Prizes at Barbados, 419;

petition for the office of Receiver of Casual Revenue in Barbados, 147, 147–8;

Receiver of Casual Revenue in Barbados, 181, 198, 272.

Basket, John, employment with the stationer of the Customs, 99.

Bass, Francis, tidesman at Shields, 188.

Bassendine, John, prosecutions in Romney Marsh, 95.

Bassett, William, [a member of the Council of Virginia], 201.

Bastene, —, information exhibited by, 66–7.

Bat, Andre la, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Batchelour, [Paul], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Bateman, Sir James, a Trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 278, 305.

Bathurst, —, former Receiver of sixpences per month deducted from merchants seamen, 78.

-, Richard, deceased, landwaiter in Yarmouth port, 237.

Battaley, Jos., deceased, late storekeeper for prizes at Portsmouth, 104.

Battell, Ralph, report on organs by, 333.

Battely, Charles, second secondary in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 62, 93, 373, 399.

Batten, Sir William, Surveyor of the Navy in 1664, licence granted to for the erection of lighthouses, 241–2, 451;

eldest daughter and coheir of. See Lemyng, Mary.

-, William, grandson of Sir William, benefit in a lease of lighthouses, 241–2, 451.

Battle, Ralph, Dr., Queen's sub-almoner, 229.

Batty, Adam, petition for employment in the Stamp Office, 180.

Baucourt, Estienne, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Bavand, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for the City of London, 101.

Bayley (Baily, Baylye), Samuel, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Stafford and city of Lichfield, 183.

-, Thomas, royal bounty to, 412.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Berks, 101.

Baylye. See Bayley.

Bayonne, France, 286.

Beach, Joshua, deceased, waiter and searcher at Abbotsbury, 382.

Beake (Beke), Richard, deceased, a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 512.

-, Thomas, lease of messuages in Swallow Street, 411.

-, -, junior, under clerk of the Privy Council, 304.

Beal, John, Excise third riding collector of Hexham, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Beane, Humphrey, a Farmer of Hearthmoney, 299.

Beauclerk, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, annuity or pension for, 111, 116, 164, 412, 476, 507;

gamekeepers' liveries, issues to for, 133;

Master of the Hawks, 63, 89, 376, 418, 507;

trustees of, lease assigned by, 325.

Beaumont, [John], colonel, foot regiment of, 123, 124.

Beaven, Thomas, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Wilts, 183.

Beaver, William, landcarriageman, London port, 146.

Beaw (Bew), Frances, relict of William, pension to, 230.

-, William, late bishop of Llandaff, 230.

Beckford, Peter, chief justice of Jamaica, 205.

-, William, slop cloths for the Navy, 449.

Beckles, Thomas, son-in-law of S. Cox, petition in behalf of as deputy Commissioner of Customs in Barbados, 482;

left in the place of S. Cox as Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 499.

Bedale, Breadle, co. York, Excise collector of. See Hutchinson, J.

Bedford, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax, 1707. See Reddall, A.;

Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Mekense, J.

Bedford, Benjamin, payment to for lodging the Muscovite Ambassador, 513.

-, Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Lincoln, 101.

Bedorat, Pierre, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Beeston, Sir William, governor of Jamaica, 145.

Beke. See Beake.

Belasyse (Bellasis, Bellasise), Sir Henry, [foot] regiment of, 123, 125, 327;

petition of for fees and salary as Governor of Galway, 513–4.

Belcastel (Bellcastle), —, [foot] regiment of, 125.

Belfast, 430, 458, 459, 460.

Belfield, co. Lancaster, 300.

Belfond (Bellfom, Bellfon), —, colonel, regiment of foot, state of pay, 385, 387.

Bell, Andr., merchant of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, David, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed for fraud, 136;

to be a second tidesurveyor, 136.

-, George, tidesman, Hull port, 268.

-, Robert, Customs officer at Newcastle, petition for employment in Scotland, 254.

-, -, deceased, surveyor of the Salt Duty at Newcastle, surety bond, 301;

wife of. See Walker, E.

Bellamy, William, Remembrancer of the city of London, 175.

Bellasis, Bellasise. See Belasyse.

Bellcastle. See Belcastel.

Bellegarde, David, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Bellfom, Bellfon. See Belfond.

Belling, Sir Richard, memorial of, 277.

Bellomont, Lord. See Coote, R.

Bemley Coppices. See New Forest.

Bennet. See Bennett.

Bennett (Bennet), —, Mrs., printer, taken into custody, 316.

-, Benjamin, colonel. Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bermudas, 216, 398;

quarterly allowance to, 60, 164, 373, 418, 476, 507.

-, [Sir John], a Serjeant at Law, 32.

-, Sir Richard, inheritance of the estate of Kew on the death of, 514.

Benoist, Gideon, merchant, delivery of wine bonds, 422.

Benskins, Edward, place as clerk of the securities and inspector of paper and parchment at the Stamp Office, 163.

Benson, George, major of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, memorial of on behalf of his regiment, 328;

petition of, 290;

royal bounty for, 383, 448.

Benting, —, colonel, regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

Bentley (Bently), Jeremiah, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.

-, Richard, doctor, draft of appointment as Keeper of the Cottonian Library, 495;

execution of the deed of appointment as Keeper of the Cottonian Library, 504;

Library Keeper to her Majesty, 25, 54, 165, 302, 375, 420, 507.

Bently. See Bentley.

Bere, Bier, co. Hants., forest of, 93, 108, 182, 220, 230, 330, 485.

Beresford, John, reversionary annuity on the life of, 103, 307.

Bergen, Berghen, Norway, 364.

Berghen. See Bergen.

Berkeley, Barbarah, Viscountess Fitzhardinge, maintenance of the widow and children of colonel H. Villiers, 438.

-, John, 4th Viscount Fitzhardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber, 147, 167, 228, 266, 286, 321, 329, 336, 341, 374, 398, 422, 425, 426, 440, 452, 485, 502, 513, 516, 517.

Berkshire, county of, gamekeepers of, liveries for, 485;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Ambrose, L.;

Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Bayley T.;

Elliott, W.;

Smith, R.

Bermudas, The, army companies at, clearings for, 270, 286, 465;

subsistence for, 270, 441.

citizens of appointed as Commissioners to enquire of embezzlements of Prizes, 318.

Governor of appointed as Commissioner to enquire of embezzlements of Prizes, 318.

Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of. See Bennett, B., Day S.

Bernard, Henry, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 118, 377.

-, Jasper, underkeeper of House Park at Hampton Court, 303.

-, Jere[miah], tidesman, London port, 74.

-, William, tidesman, London port, 74.

Berne, Switzerland, 333.

Berry, Bernard, tidesman, Bideford, 100.

-, John, deceased, tidesman, London port, 345.

-, Thomas, son of Bernard, tidesman, Bideford, 100.

Bertie, Charles, late Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 272, 278.

-, Montagu, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, Constable of the Tower, 253;

Governor of the Tower, 349.

-, Peregrine, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 96, 157, 225;

a Teller of the Exchequer, 118, 127, 129.

-, -, lieutenant in the Marine Regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, Robert, payment to for a pension on the life of Mary Cock, 62, 377, 418.

Berwick. See Barwick.

Berwick-upon-Tweed, co. Northumberland, 248, 287, 370, 381, 401.

bridge over the Tweed, repair of. See Berwick-upon-Tweed, mayor.

Collector at. See Moore, G.;

Norman, L.;

Wade, A.

Customer of. See Nealson, E.

Custom House, 320.

garrison, officers of, oats sold to, 320.

mayor of, allowance to, for repair of bridge over the Tweed, 98, 456.

Surveyor in. See Pilson, J.;

Wharton, R.

Surveyor and warehouse keeper at, complaint against, 361–4.

Bessant, William, surety for J. Chaigneau, 105.

Bestly, Edmund, lease of land held of the manor of East Greenwich, 407.

Bettely, John, deceased, clerk in the office of the Comptroller of Excise, 523.

Bettesworth, Richard, captain in the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, wounded at Landen, major of Chelsea Hospital, allowance to, 313.

Bevan, John, deputy comptroller, waiter and searcher at Aberdovey to act as customer and visit the coast, 189.

Beverley, co. York, Excise second riding collector of. See Maddison, T.

Bew. See Beaw.

Bickersteth, Thomas, prosecuted for curing flesh with rock salt, 164.

Bickley, John, payment to for services in receiving money, 96.

Bideford, co. Devon, Collector of. See Bolitho, J.;

Jones, C.

Comptroller at. See Jackson, L.;

Rowe, R.

Mayor etc. of, petition on behalf of poor tradesmen of, 135.

tidesman at. See Berry, B.;

Berry, T.

Bier. See Bere.

Bierly. See Byerley.

Biggs, James, seized when set on shore out of a French sloop, 224.

Bigneux, Paul, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Bill, Henry, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Sussex, 102.

Billers, —, to attend the Treasury, 2;

whalebone, running of, prevention of, 7.

Billingham, co. Durham, waiter and searcher at. See Bulman, E.;

Muffit, T.

Billingsley, [Lewis], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Bindon, Earl of. See Howard, H.

Bing. See Byng.

Bingham. See Byngham.

Bingley, John, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

Binkes, Samuel, storekeeper for Prizes at Portsmouth, 104.

Bint, Charles, carrying votes, payment for, 293.

Birchfield, Maurice, petition of, taxes on salary, 459.

Bird. See Byrd.

Birkenfeld (Birkevelt), Prince of, foot regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

Birkett, —, Customs officer, 331.

Birkevelt. See Birkenfeld.

Birt, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Hereford, 101.

Bishop's Castle, co. Salop, 513.

Bissett, —, colonel, companies of, arms for, 425–6.

Bitton, John, going to Maryland as schoolmaster, passage money, 212.

Blackamore, Arthur, going to Virginia as schoolmaster, passage money, 446.

Blackham, Sir Richard, et al. apprehended for making guineas, 209.

Blackmore, Robert, landsearcher, Newcastle, 100.

Blackstakes, The [near Sheerness, co. Kent], 4.

Blackwall, London, inhabitants of, arrears of assessments, 159, 339.

Blackwell, Sir Lambert, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Leghorn, 421;

Agent for Prizes at Leghorn, Genoa and Portovenere, accounts, 76, 130;

lands in Ireland taken from his father, 329.

Blackwood, J., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Sir Robert, et al., memorial of, 331.

Blair, James, Commissary [of the clergy in Virginia], 203;

[member of the council of Virginia], 201.

Blaithwaite. See Blathwaite.

Blake, Daniel, a Commissioner for licensing Hackney Coaches, 409.

Blakeston. See Blakiston.

Blakiston (Blakeston), [Nathaniel], colonel late Governor of Maryland, 299, 354.

Blaney. See Blayney.

Blathwaite (Blaithwaite, Blathwayt, Blathwayte), William, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 62, 164, 376, 418, 507;

a Commissioner of Trade, 60, 106, 372, 507;

Auditor and Surveyor General of the Plantations and Revenues in America, 132, 147, 149, 188, 200, 202, 206, 211, 212, 215, 216, 248, 253, 299, 331, 351, 353, 354, 398, 401, 417, 430, 449, 482.

Blayney (Blaney), Cadwallader, 7th Lord Blayney, pension on the military list of Ireland, 489–90.

-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Blayney, support and maintenance of her and her children, 490.

-, William, 6th Lord Blayney, pension on the military list of Ireland, 489–90.

Blencowe, (Blinco), William, a decipherer, salary, 42, 165, 376, 420.

Blenheim, Germany, 94, 115.

Blenkarne, Edward, tidesman, London port, dismissed, 116.

Blinco. See Blencowe.

Blinston, Samuel, Register of Certificates in the island of Guernsey, 312.

Bliss, Francis, reward to, 446.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 116.

Blofield, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Pacey, W.

Blood, [Holcroft], [foot] regiment of, clearings for, 22;

offreckonings for, 73;

levy money for, 448.

Blow, John, Dr., organist [of the Chapel Royal], 114, 333.

Blynman, Francis, annuity to, 196, 339, 508–9.

-, Geo., brother of Francis, death of in Barbados, 339.

Bocking, Brocking, co. Essex, 316, 519.

Bodens, William Abraham, marshal of the Admiralty and water bailiff, Ireland, 78.

Boisrond, Samuel, lieutenant colonel, royal bounty to, 231.

Boissière. See Laboissierre.

Bolam, William, boatman, Newcastle port, dismissed, 100.

Bolderwood. See New Forest.

Boledon. See Llanidan.

Bolitho, John, deceased, Collector of Bideford, 459.

Bollydon. See Llanidan.

Bolton, Duke of. See Poulett, C.

Bolydon. See Llanidan.

Bonabell, Jean, French pensioner on the Irish Establishment, 72.

Bonard, [Vincent], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

Boncour, —, brigadier, regiment of Horse, state of pay, 386, 387, 390.

Boniface, Thomas, carrying votes, payment for, 158, 293.

Bonner, Vaughan, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for part of Lincoln viz., the wapentakes of Bradley etc., 184;

Receiver General of House Duty for same, 437.

Boosey, Nathaniel, of Bocking, haymaker, petition of, 519.

Bophin, Lord. See Bourke, J.

Bordeaux, France, 450.

Bordenuve, Pierre, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Borr, [Jacob], colonel, marine regiment of, 108, 284.

Borret. See Borrett.

Borrett, (Borret), Edward, Surveyor of the duties on Houses, superseded, 121.

-, William, Solicitor of the affairs of the Treasury, 2, 42, 68, 89, 97, 103, 112, 127, 129, 137, 144, 152, 154, 293, 296, 322, 361, 399, 442, 444, 449, 453, 486, 508, 509, 511, 515, 519, 523.

accounts, 459.

Crown Law charges, 438, 503.

list of causes, 316.

salary, 371.

-, -, junior, Surveyor of the duties on Houses, 121.

Borrowstounness (Barronstone, Borrowstowness), co. Linlithgow, 415.

boatman at. See Walker, T.;

Wallace, A.;

Customs establishment at, 487;

tidesurveyor at. See Bruce, E.;

Bruce, M.

Borrowstowness. See Borrowstounness.

Boscastle, Botreaux Castle, co. Cornwall, 526;

ancient salt house at, rebuilding of, 526.

Bostock, Nathaniel, captain, payment to, 355.

Boston, co. Lincoln, attorney at. See Clarkson, T.

postmaster of. See Bridge, S.

tidesman and boatman at. See Brown G.;

Crowder, P.

waiter and searcher at. See Brown, G.;

Warburton, J.

Boston, New England, Collector and Surveyor at. See Brenton, J.;

Jekyll, J.

Comptroller at. See Harrison, R.;

Newton, T.

erecting and settling a regular post in, 282.

post office in, 88.

Boteler. See Butler.

Bothmar, —, regiment of Dragoons of, 517, 521.

Botreaux Castle. See Boscastle.

Boucher, Thomas, Dr., Professor of Civil Law in the university of Oxford, payment to, 165, 420, 507.

Boughton, Jessop, appointed as Secretary to the Customs Commissioners in North Britain, 313–4;

Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, Scotland, 259;

proposed as Accomptant General of Customs, Scotland, 259.

Bourbon, Katherine D', pension to, 230.

Bourgois, Isaac, employment in the Customs, Scotland, 473.

Bourke, (Burke), John, Lord Bophin (afterwards 9th Earl of Clanricarde), petition of, 78.

-, [Thomas], lieutenant in the second Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Bourn. See Bourne.

Bourne (Bourn), James, boatswain of the Worcester, compensation to, 406.

-, -, petition of concerning the escape of R. Taylor, 511.

Boutehurst, James, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Bouxin, Stephen, estate of J. Pigou, 127.

Bowden, Mary or Elizabeth, widow of Peter, sister of colonel Lillingstone, grant of a plantation in St. Christopher, 331, 401, 408.

-, Peter, captain, 331, 401.

-, William, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Bowles, [Phineas], colonel, regiment of, clearings for, 505.

-, Phineas, agent for Prizes with the fleet under Sir G. Rooke, 312.

Boyldon. See Llanidan.

Boyle, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery, Receiver General of the Alienation Office, 252;

[foot] regiment of, clearings, 145;

lately landed from Ireland, 92;

pay for additional men, 286;

subsistence for, 92.

-, David, Earl of Glasgow, [a Scottish Commissioner for the Union], 35, 320, 321, 323, 343, 366, 367, 368, 445;

et al., letter concerning recoinage, 353.

-, Henry, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 65, 140, 227, 340, 454, 528;

Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, 340.

-, James, Customs officer in the islands of Isla, Arran, Bute, Cowall and Cumbraes, 472.

-, Juliana, Countess of Burlington, a lady of the Bedchamber, 61.

-, Richard, 2nd Viscount Shannon, regiment of Marines, 108, 284.

-, William, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 259, 287.

Boyton Bradridge, Barton Bradridge, co. Cornwall, lease of, 185.

Brabant, Francis, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 118, 377.

Brabazon, Edward, 4th Earl of Meath, foot regiment of, 123.

Braddock, —, lease of Llanidan ferry, 422.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, Francis.

Bradgate, Jarvaise, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Leicester, 183.

Bradley, co. Lincoln, wapentake, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Bonner, V., Cawthorp, W.

Bradley, Edward, admission to Chelsea Hospital, 109.

Bradshaigh. See Bradshaw.

Bradshaw (Bradshaigh), [Sir Roger], regiment of, 450, 504.

-, Samuel, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Derby, 183.

Brampston. See Bramston.

Bramston (Brampston), [Sir John], Dr., 294.

Brand, Thomas, writing, flourishing and embellishing on vellum, 329, 446, 517.

Brandenburg, Prince of, regiment of, state of pay, 386, 388, 390.

Brasselay, Jean, lieutenant colonel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Brathwayt. See Root.

Brattle, Robert, deceased, riding officer at Lydd, 146.

Bray, —, payment to for building at Woodstock, 23.

Breadle. See Bedale.

Brecknock (Brednock), [William], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

Brecon, county of, Chief Justice of. See Banastre, W.

lease of lands etc. in, 67.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Powell, C.

Second Justice of. See Cox, C.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Williams, W.

Brecon, co. Brecon, college and chapel of, repair of, 291;

honor of, mills in, 171, 331.

Brednock. See Brecknock.

Brennan, Dennis, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 118, 377.

Brenton, Jahleel, Collector and surveyor at Boston in New England, 268;

Collector at Massachusetts Bay, resigns, 145.

Breton, Richard, Collector of Sandwich port, surrenders, 419.

-, [William], [foot] regiment of, levy money, 448.

Brewer (Bruer, Bruere), —, lodging the Czar of Muscovy's ambassador, 422.

-, George, deputy auditor of Excise, 96.

-, John, Receiver General of Prizes, 482;

resigns, 51, 503.

-, -, to be a clerk in the office of the Comptroller of Excise, 296, 523.

-, [Richard], colonel, foot regiment of, in Ireland, 123, 124;

muster rolls lost in transit from Jamaica, 327.

Brewers Yard. See London and Westminster—Streets etc. in.

Brewster, Edward, Queen's printer, 129.

Bridge, —. captain, commander of a convoy, 382.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen, petition of, 186, 343.

-, Stephen, late Postmaster at Boston, arrears of, 186, 343.

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, grant of the office of Surveyor General of the Customs, 357.

Bridger, —. surveyor of woods in N. America, letter concerning Naval stores, 113.

Bridges. See Brydges.

Bridgewater, Countess. See Egerton, Elizabeth.

Bridgwater, co. Somerset, Customer of. See Wolstenholme, T.;

searcher of. See Silver, J.;

Silver, T.

Bridlington. See New Jersey.

Briese, Simon, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.

Brigg, co. Lincoln, Excise collector of. See Wake, G.

Brighthelmstone. See Brighton.

Brighton, Brighthelmstone, co. Sussex, boatman at. See Dawson, J.;

Foster, J.

Brisac, Danl., 531.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 206, 216, 370, 526.

deputy searcher at. See Daniel, A.;

Temple T.

landwaiter at. See Allanson, G.;

Johnson, E.

merchants, 147, 160, 254, 396. See also Cogsgarne, J.

Queen's waiter at. See Collison, T.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Dixon, G.

Surveyor of duties on Houses in. See Pembridge, C.

Britain, North, 366.

Accountant General to the Customs Commissioners in. See Short, J.

Agent and Solicitor to the Customs Commissioners in. See Eyre. C.

Collectors, Comptrollers and officers of Customs in, salaries, proposals for, 341.

Commissioners of Customs in, 313, 346, 359, 453, 460, 476, 505, 515, 516.

management of revenues under, state of, 351.

present commission, fees and charges of, 316–7.

proposals for establishment of officers, 428–9, 442–3. See also Norman, L.

Commissioners of Excise in, 311, 403, 442, 453, 454, 460, 462, 464, 467, 493.

management of revenues under, state of, 351.

memorial of, concerning measures, 472, 477–8, 493.

present commission, fees and charges of, 316–7.

Comptroller of Excise in. See Parsons, J.

currency of Exchequer bills in, 410.

Customs establishment at, 487.

Customs salary bills, 487.

forces in, subsistence for, 503.

ports in, brandy, wines, etc., from, abstract of, 496.

post office in, management of, petition for the, 455.

Receiver General and Cashier of Customs in. See Graydon, C.

Secretary to the Customs Commissioners in. See Boughton, J.

Treasury Lords, 462.

wines and brandies from, 370. See also Scotland.

Britain, South, 366, 410.

Brixham, co. Devon, tidesman and boatman at. See Whidon, E.

Broadhurst (Brodhurst), John, porter at the Exchequer Gate, 56, 140, 228, 340, 455, 528.

Brocas, Gab. Lamothe, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Brockett, William, annuity for, 238–9.

Brocking. See Booking.

Broderick. See Brodrick.

Brodhurst. See Broadhurst.

Brodick. See Brodrick.

Brodrick (Broderick, Brodick), Sir Allan, Attorney General of Ireland, opinion by, 460.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of the Salt duties, 109, 156, 189.

Bromfeild, John, ranger alias riding forester, New Forest, salary, 138, 421.

Bromley, John, junior, sheriff of cos. Cambridge and Huntingdon, 243.

Bromwell, Edward, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed, 136.

Broncq, —, van den, minister to the [Dutch] Foot Guards, 384, 387.

Brook, William, et al., merchants, army clothing, 526.

Brooks, Thomas, et al., merchants, importing wines, 136.

Broomy Lodge. See New Forest—Linwood Bailiwick.

Broothby, William, Excise first riding collector of Sheffield, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Brough, [James], lieutenant in the first marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Brougham, Thomas, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 183.

Brown (Browne), —, late secretary to the late Farmers of revenue [Scotland], 366.

-, Adam, landwaiter, London port, 268.

-, Arnold, late agent for Prizes in Jamaica, 88, 209.

-, George, boatman in Deal port, 268.

-, -, Surveyor of duties on Houses, city of Westminster, 101.

-, Guy, tidesman and boatman at Boston, 146;

waiter and searcher at Boston, 74.

-, Henry, going as schoolmaster to Barbados, royal bounty to, 469.

-, Hercules, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 118, 377.

-, James, deceased, tidesman, London port, 189.

-, Jno., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, John, Excise second riding collector of Malton, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, -, master of the Flower Pott, 415.

-, -, tidesman, London port, 345.

-, Sir Richard, Resident with the French king, 283.

-, Richard, tidesman, London port, dismissed, 189.

-, -, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for part of co. Norfolk, 182;

Receiver General of Taxes for co. Norfolk, 176.

-, [Thomas], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

-, [William], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, executors of, payment to, 287.

Browne. See Brown.

Browning, Jane, relict of Micah, pension to, 166, 420, 506.

-, Micah, 166, 420, 506.

Bruce, Edward, tidesurveyor at Borrowstounness, 472.

-, John, Collector of Customs at Kirkcaldy, 345.

-, Michael, refuses employment as tidesurveyor at Borrowstounness, 472.

Brudenall. See Brudenell.

Brudenell (Brudenall), [Thomas, colonel], foot regiment of, clearings, 22.

lately arrived from Spain, 360.

officers of from Spain, subsistence for, 427.

offreckonings, 73.

raising men, 360, 361.

subsistence for, 427, 480.

Bruer, Bruere. See Brewer.

Bruges, Belgium, 207.

Bruges, alias Pride, Rebecca, royal bounty to, 526.

Brumville, Michll., captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Brunswick and Luneberg, Duke of, Convention Act with, 178.

Brunswick and Luneberg, Princes of, Ambassador and Envoy to. See Howe, E. S.

Bruse, Pierre, major, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Bruxby (Buxby), Joshua, memorial of, 209.

Bryar. See Byrer.

Brydges (Bridges), George Rodney, annuity or pension to, 347, 475.

-, James, Paymaster of the Forces Abroad. See Index of Subjects—Army.

-, -, [sic William], Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 62.

-, John, Solicitor to the Customs, 285, 316, 511.

Bubb, John, lands of, seized for debt, 155.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

Buck, [Christopher], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

Buckingham, county of, gamekeepers, liveries for, 485.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Horton, H.

sheriff of. See Harvey, E.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Eastman, G.;

Sefton, J.

Buckingham, Duke of. See Villiers, G.

Buckingham, John, tidesman and boatman at Falmouth, 116.

Buckley or Bulkley, Richard, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 118, 377.

Bulkley. See Buckley.

Bull, [Arthur], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, George, bishop of St. David's, paying First Fruits, 290–1.

-, Richard, et al., patent for smelting black tin ore, 515.

Bullard, Benj., executor to Charles Thomas, 149, 212.

Bulman, Edward, waiter and searcher at Billingham, 381.

Bulstrode, Whitlock, [Solicitor to the Excise Commissioners], 262, 316.

Bunworth, Thomas, deceased, [waiter and searcher] at Aberdovey, 189.

Burchett (Burchet), [Josias], Secretary to the Lord Admiral, 51, 121, 148, 157, 220, 241, 253, 299, 444, 486, 491;

and clerks, payment to for taxes anno 1706, 294.

-, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Surrey, 102.

Burgess, Daniel, Solicitor to the Commissioners for Prizes, 243.

-, Philip, outlaw, lands of, 359.

-, Richard, outlaw, lands of, 359.

Burgh, William, captain, a Reformed officer, restored to half pay, 439.

Burke. See Bourke.

Burlington. See New Jersey.

Burlington, Countess of. See Boyle, Juliana.

Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Sarum, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 90, 253, 400, 481.

Burntown [? Burnmouth, co. Berwick], 319.

Burrard, Paul, sub-commissioner of Prizes at Portsmouth, resigns, 52, 504.

Burridge, Samuel, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for the hundred of Bampton etc., co. Devon, 184.

Burroughs, Hicks, underclerk of the House of Commons, 276.

Burton, [Charles], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Bury, co. Lancaster, Excise collector of. See Williamson, R.

Bury, John, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Nottingham, 184.

Bushy Park. See Hampton Court.

Bute, island of, co. Bute, Customs officer of. See Boyle, J.

Butler (Boteler), Ann, dame, payment to, 438.

-, Charles, 2nd Earl of Arran (in Ireland), regiment of, 192, 237.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, 531;

attending the Treasury, 23.

lease of prizage and butlerage of wines, 164, 232.

lease of the Lodge in Richmond Old Park, 170.

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 114, 171, 231, 232, 315, 438.

memorials of, 23.

regiment of Horse, ordered to Spain from Ireland, 349.

-, Sir James, lease of a copyhold in Richmond manor, 339.

-, Joane, daughter of dame Ann, payment to, 438.

-, John, grant of a tenement called Coed Kenlas to, 67.

-, -, lands in co. Tipperary, 192.

-, [Joseph], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 61.

-, Richard, of Ireland, merchant, petition of, Excise debt, 440.

-, Robert, deceased, late surveyor of the duties on Houses, city of London, 100.

Butterwick, Math., petition of, 175.

Butterworth, co. Lancaster, 300.

Butterworth, Alexander, a tenant, estate of, 32, 252, 299–300.

Buxby. See Bruxby.

Byerley (Bierly), Thomas, Collector and Receiver General of New York, arrival in England, 201;

arrival in New York, 449;

complaint of, 398, 449;

suspension of, 449.

Byles, Joseph, of Newport, Isle of Wight, goldsmith, petition of, 122, 156.

Byng (Bing), —, annual payment to, 532.

-, [Robert], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Byngham, Mark, payment to by the Receiver of Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty, 421.

Byrd (Bird), Thomas, of London, merchant, employment as wine taster, 66.

-, William, colonel, late Auditor and Receiver General of Virginia, accounts, 106, 200–3.

-, -, son of colonel William, executor to his father, 106;

Receiver General of Virginia, 200, 201, 202, 351, 411.

Byrer or Bryar, Martyn, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Bythell, Francis, deputy to auditor A. Manwaring, 192, 437.