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'Index of Persons and Places: N, O', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 597-602. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90506 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Nairne, county of, Collectors of, 461.

Nairne (Nairn), Sir David, petition of merchants of Scotland, 415;

Secretary Deputy for Scotland, 266;

standard trial pieces for Scotland, 342;

subsisting troops in Scotland, 41, 53, 347–8, 445, 446, 454, 503, 512;

to explain the Scotch inventory for the Mint in Scotland, 26, 350.

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

Nantwrog. See Maentwrog.

Nassau, Count, foot regiment of, state of pay, 386, 387, 390;

horse regiment of, state of pay, 387.

-, -, See also Auverquerque, H.

Nassau de Zuylestein. See Zuylestein.

Naughtie, Alexander, skipper in Leith, complaint of, 361–4.

Neale (Neal), Thomas, grant to for erecting post offices in North America, 88, 282–3.

Nealson, Edward, customer of Berwick port, salary, 268.

Neave, Philip, Chief Justice of Pembroke, Carmarthen and Cardigan, salary, 119, 297, 358, 515.

Needham, William, Adjutant of the First Troop of Guards, 277.

Needler, Culverwell, clerk assistant to the House of Commons, 276.

-, [Thomas], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

Negus, Francis, 128;

petition of, 109.

Neilson, William, to be surveyor of Customs in Inverness, 515.

Nelin, —, payment to, 133.

Nelley (Nelly), Francis, commander of the Anna, 85, 121, 122, 166, 459.

Nethercombe. See Greenwich.

Netherlands, The, deputy paymaster of the forces in. See Sweet, B.;

forces in, 170;

Spanish, trade with, 472.

Netherton, co. Cornwall, 295.

Netterville, John, annuity or yearly pension for, 221, 531.

Neveing, James, master of the May Fowler, 430.

Nevill, Dennis, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Derby, 101.

Nevington, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses for the City of London, 101.

Nevis, West Indies, address for, 24.

citizens of appointed commissioners to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

clerks of the Council and Assembly of, 216.

Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. duty at. See Andrews, P.;

Norwood, J.

Commission of Enquiry into losses at, secretary to. See Rhodes, C.

distressed inhabitants of, provisions for, 274.

forces at, 130, 244.

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

landing of the French at, 482.

Lieutenant Governor of, government of the Leeward Islands by, 215. See also Johnson, J.

New England, Army company at, 91.

chaplain for. See Cordener, W.

deputy governor of, 531.

Governor of, 531:

to furnish money for the West Indies squadron, 191. See also Dudley, [J.].

masts to be felled in for the Navy, 253.

Naval Office, bonds taken at, 111.

Naval stores from, 381.

Post Office in, erecting and settling, 88, 282.

ships and vessels at, entries and clearings of, 111.

New Forest, Bemley Coppices, 86, 229, 330.

Bolderwood, lodge at, 175, 225.

felling in, 86, 104, 229, 309, 456.

Linwood Bailiwick, Broomy Lodge in, 312;

Keeper of.

See Crofts, J.

officers and keepers, salaries, 309.

riding forester. See Bromfeild, J.

timber, for the Navy, 458, 484–5;

increase and preservation of, Act for (9 William III, c. 33), 458;

survey of, 329–30.

trees for the Navy in, 456.

woodward of. See Pyle, E.

New Hampshire, citizens of to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

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

Post in, erecting and settling, 282.

New Jersey, chaplain for. See Jenkins, T.

citizens of to enquire into embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

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

Post Offices in, erecting and settling, 88, 282.

West Jersey, Bridlington [Burlington] and Cohenzey [Cohansey] in, Customs officers at, 159.

West Jersey, Customs officers at, 159.

New Sarum. See Salisbury.

New Windsor. See Windsor.

New York, 354.

Army companies at, 17, 92, 270, 364, 380.

Attorney General, 449.

chaplain for. See Barclay, T.

Chief Governor of, 295.

Chief Justice of, 449. See also Atwood, W.

citizens of to enquire into embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Collector and Receiver General of. See Byerley, T.;

Fauconier, [P.].

Custom House, 449.

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

Governor and Council, 449.

letter dated at, 449.

pacquet boats between England and, 88.

Post in, erecting and settling, 282.

Post to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Long Island and Boston from, 88.

revenue, accounts, 201.

Newark, co. Nottingham, manor, 217.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 319, 370, 446.

boatman at, names of, 100, 381;

mate to, names of, 100, 381, 439.

coalwaiter in. See Leake, R.;

Lewis, L.

Collector of, 100. See also Helburne, J.;

Isaacson, A.

Customs officers at, frauds and corruptions in, 100. See also Bell, R.

landsearchers at. See Black-more, R.;

Cramlington, W.;

Shepherd, P.;

Waine, M.

landwaiter at. See Sandwell, S.;

Worgan, J.

merchants of, 474.

officer of Excise at. See Hay-ward, —.

Port, Shields in, tidesman at, dismissed for fraud, 136. See also Bass, F.;

Farmer, —.

ships laden at, duty on, 242, 451.

Surveyor at. See Green, J.;

Young, R.

Surveyor of the Salt Duty at. See Bell, R.

tidesman at, appointment of in place of dismissals for fraud, 136. See also King, J.;

Thomas, G.

weigher at. See Cornforth, C.;

Whitaker, J.

weighing porter at. See Whitaker, J.

Newcastle, Duke of. See Holies, J.

Newcomb, George, tidesman, Newcastle, dismissed, 136.

Newcomen, Samuel, prosecuted for exporting wool, 321.

Newdigate, co. Surrey, 225.

Newels, The two, effects of, 55.

Newenhuys. See Nieuwenhijs.

Newfoundland, 243.

Agent for Prizes at. See Campbell, C.;

Wheeler, G.

Army company at, 382.

clearings, 286, 288, 326.

commanders of. See Lloyd, —.;

Moody, J..

contingencies, 286, 288.

muster rolls, 326.

pay, 326.

report concerning provisions for, 326.

solicitor to, 326.

besieged by the French, 382.

fish, 160, 396.

fishery, 519.

fleet, 338.

garrison at, 56, 314, 382.

invaded by the French, 76.

preserving fish at, 323.

soldiers at, subsistence for, 300.

Newhaven, Viscount. See Cheyne, W.

Newman, John, General Surveyor of the London distillery, discovering frauds, payment for, 375, 454.

-, Thomas, Agent for Prizes at Dartmouth, 287. See also Norman, —.

-, -, and Elizabeth his wife, lease of lands in co. York, 359.

Newmarket, cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, 222.

Bedchamber women etc. at, beds for, 113.

blankets for the Queen's service at, 458.

cabinets for the Queen's service at, 125.

cane chairs for the Queen's service at, 113.

furniture at, to be altered, 272.

Housekeeper at. See Walker, T.

Indian trunks, glasses and stands for the Queen's service at, 404.

little or no trade in, 343.

necessaries for the Ladies of the Bedchamber at, 458.

Post Office, keeper of. See Raby, A.

Queen's closet at, chairs, etc. for, 272.

Queen's garden at, keeper of. See Ford, R.

Queen's progress to, 452.

remove of her Majesty and family from, 129.

road to, repair of, 176, 252.

royal servants going to, 46.

royal warrant dated at, 455.

satin bedding for the Queen's service at, 104.

sconces for the Queen's service at, 104.

servants of the Household at, medicines for, 221.

Newport, Isle of Wight, 156.

Newport, Andrew, heirs of, payment to, 357.

-, Francis, Earl of Bradford, 532;

Cofferer of the Household to William III, 167, 198, 440;

payment to, 473.

Newport Glasgow. See Port Glasgow.

Newsham, Richard, weigher and marker at Glasgow port, 509.

Newton, Henry, Doctor of Laws, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 68, 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 304, 333–4, 475.

-, Sir Isaac, Master and Worker of the Mint, 36, 97, 161, 263, 264, 309, 350, 353, 419, 426, 492.

-, John, colonel, foot regiment of, 189, 235, 294, 337.

-, Thomas, Comptroller at Boston in New England, 268.

Nezereau, Judith, French refugee, deceased, estate of, 121, 341.

-, Magdalen, cousin of Judith, estate of Judith, 121, 341.

Nicholas, Edward, Paymaster of the Queen's Pensions and Bounties, 126, 250, 532.

allowance to for a clerk, 158, 293.

issues to, 6, 56, 94, 112, 140, 149. 157–8, 162, 163, 495.

list of, read, 532.

payments by, 11, 138, 157–8, 161, 181, 210, 229, 230, 239, 293, 451, 495.

-, George, deceased, office of Surveyor General of the Customs, 357.

Nicholls, Benjamin, of London, merchant, Customs bonds, 443.

Nicholson, Richard, Excise riding collector of Richmond, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, William, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Nieuport, Belgium, privateers of, 409.

Nieuwenhijs (Newenhuys, Nyenhuys), —, colonel, regiment of Horse, state of pay, 386, 387, 390.

Noble, [George], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

Nore, The, 82, 449;

buoy at, 319.

Norfolk, county of, coast of, marsh lands on, lease of, 295.

contracts for Wine licences in, 74.

Receiver General of Taxes for. See Brown R.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Brown, R.;

Pacey, W.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Morphew, F.;

Piggon, E.

Norman, -, Agent for Perquisites of Admiralty at Dartmouth, 31. See also Newman, T.

-, Lionel, Collector at Berwick, 258, 268, 401.

Commissioner of Customs, North Britain, 311.

Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, 258, 259, 287, 344.

letters of, from Edinburgh, 331, 340, 344.

proposed as Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, Scotland, 259.

Norris, —, captain, commander of the Orford, 312.

-, Richard, a sub-Commissioner of Prizes at Portsmouth, 504.

North America. See America.

North Britain. See Britain, North.

North Carolina. See Carolina.

North Ferry. See Queensferry, North.

North Shields. See Shields.

Northampton, county of, chantry rent in, 226.

quit rents in, 226.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Cowper, J.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Osmond, T.;

Smith, O.

Northampton, Countess Dowager of. See Compton, Mary.

-, Marquess of. See Parr, W.

Northey, Sir Edward, late Attorney General, 30, 32, 37, 67, 82, 97, 196, 281, 294, 296, 299, 310, 326, 369, 371, 510.

Northumberland, county of, high sheriff. See Clennell, J.

quit rents in, 226.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Wyvill, F.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Williamson, [R.];

Wyvill, F.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Jackson, S.;

Langley, J.

Northumberland, Duke of. See Fitzroy, G.

Norton, —, colonel, cutting trees in Bere forest, 108, 182, 220.

Norway, ships with timber from, 109;

voyage to, 319.

Norwich, co. Norfolk, city of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Brown, R.;

contracts for wine licences, in, 74.

Norwood, John, Collector of St. Christopher to be Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. duty at Nevis, Montserrat, Antigua and St. Christopher, 188.

Nott, Edward, colonel, Governor of Virginia, 106, 344, 524;

death of, day of, 202;

executors and executrix of, payment to, 103, 202;

overpayment of salary to, 203;

salary of, 202;

Lieutenant Governor of Carlisle, respited pay, 91.

Nottingham, county of, Auditor of Crown Revenues for. See Godolphin, S.;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Bury, J.

Nottingham, co. Nottingham, supervisor of Excise at. See Powell, M.

Nowell, Samuel, riding surveyor, waiter and searcher at Woodbridge, 439.

Nuccole, William, master of the William of Alloa, 415.

Nuthall (Nuthal, Nuthald, Nuttall), John, Receiver General of duties on Houses, co. Surrey, 491, 494.

-, Joseph, a clerk of the Treasury in Ireland, petition of, 229.

Nutin, John, late Receiver and Paymaster of Transports, debts of, 48, 104, 249, 471, 475, 479, 486.

Nutt, John, to be presented for a vacancy in the Customs, 241.

Nyenhuys. See Nieuwenhijs.

O.

Obdam, —, Monsieur, regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

O'Brien (Obrien, Obryan), Christopher, clerk, going to Virginia as chaplain, passage money, 251.

-, Morgan, royal bounty for, 247.

Ockley, John, of the Worcester, brother [in law] to captain T. Green, compensation to, 407.

Ofwood, Joseph, master of the Hannah's Talent, 196.

Ogelethorp. See Oglethorp.

Ogilvy, James, Earl of Seafield [a Scottish commissioner for the Union], 29, 244, 255, 454.

letters and memorials of, 284.

Lord Chancellor of Scotland, 29, 352, 363.

Lord Treasurer of Scotland, 445.

payment to, 304.

Oglethorp (Ogelethorp), —, major, deceased, pension to, 192, 531.

O'Hara, Mary, Mrs., pension to, 231.

Old Windsor. See Windsor.

Oliveira, —, Monsieur, exemption from payment of taxes, 410–11.

Oliver, Richard, tidesman, Weymouth port, 382.

Onchterlony, Alex., merchant of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Oporto, Portugal, 382;

salt from, 519.

Orbell, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Essex, 101.

Orcades. See Orkneys.

Ord (Orde), Edward, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed for fraud, 136.

-, [George], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

-, Henry, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed for fraud, 136.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Ellesdon, dismissed for fraud, 381.

Orford, Earl of. See Russell, E.;

Walpole, Sir R.

Orkney, Earl of. See Hamilton, G.

Orkneys, Orcades, The, 366, 429.

Orlebar, John, making an engine to convey liquid fire, 42, 402, 423 bis.

Ormonde, Duchess of. See Butler, Mary.

-, Duke of. See Butler, J.

Ormsby, Matthew, grant of lands in Ireland, 492.

Ormskirk, co. Lancaster, chantry of St. Peters in, 226.

Orrery, Earl of. See Boyle, C.

Osborne (Osborn, Osbourne, Osburne), Sir Henry, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded Seamen in the late Dutch war, 283.

-, John, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded Seamen in the late Dutch war, 283.

-, Peregrine, Marquess of Carmarthen (afterwards 2nd Duke of Leeds), Marine regiment of, 153, 287, 401.

-, Thomas, Earl of Danby, Marquess of Carmarthen, 1st Duke of Leeds, a former Treasurer of the Navy, 78–9, 409.

-, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Warwick, 102.

Osburne. See Osborne.

Osmond, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northampton, 101.

Osnaburg, [Bishop of], regiment of, pay for, 179.

Oswald, Hen., master of the Isabella, 415.

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

-, Thomas, master of the Sarah, 346.

Over Whitacre, co. Warwick, 95.

Owen, Robert, deputy comptroller, waiter and searcher at Aberdovey, 189.

Owsley, Roger, tidesman, Lyme Regis, 74.

Oxford, county of, Receiver General of House duty. See Parker, M.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Parker, M.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Harrison, Sir R.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Cowper, J.;

King, J.

Oxford, co. Oxford, city of. Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Parker, M.

Oxford, Earl of. See Harley, R.

Oxford, University of, Greek youths residing at, 86.

Lady Margaret perpetuity for a Divinity Lecturer, 507.

Professor of Astronomy. See Gregory, [D.].

Professor of Civil Law. See Boucher, T.

Reader of Physic. See Hoy, T.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Parker, M.

Oyen, Heer van, brigadier of Horse, pay for, 386.