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Accountants charged with interest money, Act for (2 and 3 Anne, c. 11), 278.

Accounts, Public, Act for stating the (1 Anne, c. 4), 383.

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

Accoutrements, for the Army, 66, 81, 155, 297, 302, 317, 337, 437, 452, 480.

Additional Impositions. See Customs—duties.

Additional Subsidy. See Customs—duties, Tonnage etc. (as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18).

ADMIRALTY, 7, 53, 66.

Board, 51, 491.

Court, 160, 338, 412;

Judges and officers of, bills of fees, 103.

Droits or Rights, Perquisites and Salvage Money, Agents for (Sir L. Blackwell, M. Byngham, H. Hook, H. Incledon, J. Keir, R. Meadows, J. Mellish, —. Norman, G. Soulden, D. Stow, N. Terry, R. Vaughan, B. Wright). 31;

payments to, 421.

arrears of, issues out of, 227.

brandies condemned as, 169.

Comptroller et al. of, 338.

goods from the Plantations as, sale of, 285.

moneys arising from, payment out of, 169.

Receiver of (R. Crawley, J. Dodd), 72, 114, 169, 338, 344, 412, 450;

payments by, 421.

ships seized as, 338, 412, 450.

wines condemned and seized as, 94, 103, 120, 229, 450.

Lord High Admiral, 90, 120, 121, 138, 148, 157, 220, 241, 253, 299, 344, 381, 412, 444, 486.

Agent to in Mounts Bay (R. Kergwin), petition of, 229.

Secretary to ([J.] Burchett), 253, 491.

tenths, 160, 169.

Office, 157.

prize wines condemned in, 358.

prosecutions, charges for, 72, 344.

ship sent to Maryland by, 355.

Solicitor (J. Waters), 72, 103.

Vice-Admirals, payments to for raising seamen, 342.

African and Indian Company of Scotland, The, stock of, interest to be paid on at the Union, 301.

Agents, Army. See Army;

Navy. See Navy;

for Taxes. See Taxes.

Agio, The. See Army—Agio.

Aids. See Assessments.

Ale, duties on. See Excise—duties.

Alienation Office [clerk of the enrolments], (B. Halfpenny), salary, 252.

[clerk of the entries], (T. Webb), salary, 252.

Commissioners of (T. Plott, J. Saunderson, C. Stockdale), 251, 252, 300;

salaries, 252.

deputy to (L. Street), 300.

Master of Chancery in (W. Freeman), salary, 252.

Receiver General of (Earl of Orrery), salary, 252.

Allegiance and Supremacy, Oath of. See Oath.

Allies, The. See Army—subsidies.

Altar cloth, for a chapel, 100;

for an ambassador, 151.

Alum, for the Mint, 354.

AMBASSADORS, allowances or salaries, 304, 305.

cloth of state and chapel furniture for, 151.

equipage for, 61, 80, 89, 106, 112, 136, 141, 149, 152, 161, 239, 245, 273, 282, 497, 503.

extraordinaries, bills of, 20, 89, 98, 115, 151, 161, 186, 190, 193–4, 252, 318–9, 333–4, 372, 400, 481, 485.

gifts by, 318–9.

gifts to, 151, 517.

goods of Foreign Ministers, proposals of the Customs Commissioners concerning, 346–7.

ordinaries, bills of, 61, 80, 89, 106, 112, 126, 136, 141, 149, 151, 152, 161, 162, 245, 273, 282, 304, 305, 318, 413, 475–6, 481, 497, 503.

Plenipotentiary for negotiating several affairs (A. Stanhope), 162, 304, 413.

-, FROM ENGLAND to—

Algiers, Agent and Consul (R. Cole), 162, 190, 305, 413, 476;

chaplain to reside with (G. Holme), 19–20, 186.

Brunswick and Luneburg, Princes of, Ambassador Extraordinary (E. S. Howe), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (E. S. Howe), 304, 475.

Denmark, Court of, Resident at (C. Vernon), 86, 304, 318;

King of, Ambassador Extraordinary (D. Pulteney, J. Vernon), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (D. Pulteney, J. Vernon), 304, 475;

Envoy (J. Vernon), 372.

Faro. See Ambassadors—from England to Portugal.

Fez and Morocco, Tafilet and Sus, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary (G. Delaval), 245, 273, 329, 425.

France, Ambassador Extraordinary (Earl of Manchester), 151, 517;

Resident (Sir R. Brown), 283.

Frankfurt, Secretary (H. Davenant), 162, 304, 413, 475.

Geneva, Resident at (G. P. d'Arziliers), 162, 305, 413, 476.

Genoa, Consul (T. Kirke), 243;

Envoy (M. Crow), 89.

Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (Sir P. Meadows, G. Stepney), 136, 149, 162, 252, 304, 413.

Hague, The, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (G. Stepney), 211;

Resident at (J. Dayrolle), 141, 158, 475.

Hamburg, Resident at (J. Wych), 413, 476.

Hanover, Elector of, Ambassador Extraordinary (E. S. Howe), 162;

Envoy Extraordinary (E. S. Howe), 304.

Hanse Towns, Resident at (J. Wych), 162, 304.

Holland. See Ambassadors—from England to States General.

Lisbon. See Ambassadors—from England to Portugal.

Morocco. See Ambassadors—from England to Fez.

Muscovy, Czar of, Ambassador Extraordinary (C. Whitworth), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (C. Whitworth), 304, 475.

Portugal, King of, Ambassador (J. Methuen, P. Methuen), 193, 194, 304, 429;

Ambassador Extraordinary (Earl of Galway, J. Methuen, P. Methuen), 141, 161, 162, 413, 486, 497;

Envoy Extraordinary (P. Methuen), 304, 413.

Faro, Consul (J. Holden), 194, 500.

Lisbon, Ambassador (J. Methuen), 121, 425;

Consul (J. Milner), 193.

St. Ubes, Consul, 194.

Princes and States, Plenipotentiary, 503. See also Ambassadors—from England to States General.

Prussia, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary (Lord Raby, C. Whitworth), 161, 304, 413, 475.

St. Ubes. See Ambassadors—from England to Portugal.

Savoy, Duke of, Ambassador Extraordinary (J. Chetwynd), 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (J. Chetwynd, R. Hill, P. Methuen), 61, 115, 162, 239, 304, 475;

Envoy (J. Chetwynd), 37.

Spain, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary (Earl of Peterborough, J. Stanhope), 282, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (M. Crow, J. Stanhope), 80, 89, 98, 305, 476;

Plenipotentiary (J. Stanhope), 126, 476.

States General, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (Duke of Marlborough), 161, 304, 413, 475;

Envoy Extraordinary (W. Cadogan, A. Stanhope), 162, 304, 413, 503.

-, and other Princes and States, Envoy Extraordinary (G. Stepney), 106, 112, 481.

Sus. See Ambassadors—from England to Fez.

Sweden, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary (J. Robinson), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (J. Robinson), 304, 476, 481.

Swiss Cantons, Ambassador Extraordinary (A. Stanyan), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (A. Stanyan), 161, 304, 400, 475.

Tafilet. See Ambassadors—from England to Fez.

Tripoli, Agent and Consul General (B. Lodington), 162, 304, 413, 476.

Turin, Envoy (J. Chetwynd), 51.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of, Ambassador Extraordinary (H. Newton), 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary (H. Newton), 304, 333–4, 475.

Venice, Republic of, Ambassador Extraordinary (Earl of Manchester), 151 bis, 152, 517.

-, TO ENGLAND from—

Denmark, Envoy, letters from, 59, 429, 476.

Elector Palatine, Envoy (Count Lescheraine), royal present to, 229.

Fez and Morocco, Emperor of. Ambassador, 120;

attendant to (J. Jones), 97, 207;

goods of, 208;

lodgings for, 108, 266, 513;

present to, 291;

re-credentials for, 329;

wine for, 518.

Germany, Emperor of, Envoy (Count Gallas), 208.

Holland. See Ambassadors—to England from States General.

Muscovy, Czar of, Ambassador (A. A. Matvyeev), 336;

goods of, 273;

lodgings for, 513;

wines of, 289;

wrought plate belonging to, 489.

Portugal, King of, Envoy Extraordinary (L. Da Cunha), 378, 411, 444, 523;

books of, 171;

goods of, 480;

horses bought by, 418;

shipment of plate by, 90;

things bought by, 220.

Prussia, Ambassador, entertained at the Cockpit, 222.

Savoy, Duke of, Envoy (Count Maffey), royal present to, 229.

Spain, King of, Envoy (Count de Fuen Calada), 42, 424, 425.

States General, Envoy Extraordinary (—. Vryberg), 121, 134, 148, 444;

entertained at the Cockpit, 222.

Sweden, Minister, 346.

Venice, Ambassadors, entertainment of, 240;

reception of at Somerset House, 426.

ANNUITIES, Acts for (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), 217, 218.

(5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 217, 218.

(5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 5), 217, 218.

(5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 214, 339;

fund of 300,000l. under, 217, 218.

(11 Wm. III, c. 3, clause 10), 210.

(2–3 Anne, c. 3), contributions under, deficiency of, 474–5.

(3–4 Anne, c. 2), allowances to Exchequer officers for the business of, 90.

(4–5 Anne, c. 18), allowances to Exchequer officers for the business of, 90.

contributions for, issues out of, 1, 4, 5, 22, 23, 33, 56, 59, 65, 68, 73, 75, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96, 98, 107, 115, 120, 121, 126, 131, 133, 137, 143, 145, 195, 197, 270, 291, 364, 413, 476, 490.

fund for, 457.

instructions to Customs officers concerning, 199.

(6 Anne, c. 2), 214.

application of surplus Excise funds to, 299.

contributions for, 217, 218, 219.

interest of 6 per cent. on, 316, 342.

issues out of, 24, 52, 218, 219, 266, 270, 305, 342, 350, 356, 377, 378, 427, 430, 435, 441, 447, 448, 465, 470, 474, 480, 483, 484, 489.

Exchequer officers memorials for allowances under, 47.

quarterly payments on, issues for, 457.

tallies for the purchase of, 468.

Bankers', payment of, 127, 468.

business of, rooms at the Exchequer for, 75.

contributions money in the Exchequer, issues out of, 3, 4, 7, 10.

contributions for, issues out of, 40, 46, 50, 103, 218.

granted by Charles II, 322.

money brought in for, issues out of, 23.

old, payment to Exchequer officers in respect of, 169.

on the crown revenues of the Principality of Wales, 295.

on the establishment of Ireland, 221.

on the Excise, 169, 214, 246.

on the Post Office, 272, 297, 300, 304, 356.

payment of, additional allowances for, 1, 162.

buildings in the Exchequer for, 85.

books to be kept for, 1.

in the Exchequer Receipt, examiners for (T. Cremer, P. Hume), fees, 128.

Office for, mismanagement in, 128.

purchased under the Excise granted for 99 years, payment of, 345.

reversionary, 103.

charges on the Excise, 307.

delivery of, Act for (II Wm. III, c. 3, clause 10), 210.

fictitiously purchased for re-sale, 307.

produce of, payment out of, 302.

purchase of and delivery to a nominee, 210.

tallies and orders, disposal of, 8, 81;

issues out of, 73;

loans on, 116.

names of annuitants:

Auverquerque, H. de Nassau, Sieur de.

Beresford, J.

Blynman, F.

Buccleuch, Duchess of.

Cleveland, Duchess of.

Dorchester, Countess of.

Dupplin, Viscount.

Flournoys, P.

Gastigny, J.

Grafton, Duke of.

Haylin, J.

Hedges, C.

Johnson, W.

Kinnoull, Earl of.

London and Westminster:

Christ's Hospital, children of.

Savoy, French ministers in.

Lyme Regis, Corporation of, for repair of Cobb pier.

Man, Isle of, poor ministers in.

Man, —.

Netterville, J.

Petit, W.

St. Albans, Duke of.

Southampton, Duke of.

Wharton, Earl of.

Young, W.

See also Pensions.

Apothecaries, 221, 222, 452;

of London, Master, Wardens and Society of, petition of, 499. See also Queen's Apothecary;

Royal Household.

Apprentices, to the moneyers of the Mint, 97.

Aqua vitae, Excise upon, 460, 461, 462.

Arms, lost at sea, 17. See also Ordnance;

Seals.

ARMY, accounts, 6, 19, 23, 25, 36, 52, 76–7, 81–2, 87, 95, 111, 114, 123–5, 126, 143, 152, 154, 163, 174–5, 178–80, 191, 223, 238, 285, 307, 325, 351, 359, 383–96, 487, 516, 523.

Commissioners for stating, 19, 124, 125, 152, 180.

Comptrollers of, 29, 56, 76, 81, 104, 110, 117, 130, 132, 135, 143, 144, 150, 155, 168, 182, 200, 207, 213, 215, 220, 221, 223, 237, 244, 308, 327, 328, 339, 405, 414, 457, 458, 483, 501;

officers to, memorial of, 365;

secretary to (G. King), payment to for salaries etc., 501.

accoutrements for, 66, 81, 155, 297, 302, 317, 337, 437, 452, 480.

agents, 124, 144, 327.

Agio [difference in money or rate of exchange], on issues for the Prussians, 26, 65, 66, 131, 137, 141, 170, 235, 270, 280, 427, 484, 509, 511;

on issues for the troops of Hesse, 360.

aides de camp, pay for, 39.

Allies. See Army—subsidies.

apothecaries, laboratory of in the Savoy, 58.

arms, lost at sea, 17.

augmentation, issues for, 525.

augmentation troops, 179.

barracks, at Dublin, address of the Irish parliament concerning, 231–2;

barrackmaster for, 232.

bounty money, 391.

bread for, 131, 137, 141, 143, 170, 171, 187, 235, 270, 280, 427, 484, 509, 511.

bread waggons for, 39, 40, 171, 187, 317, 360, 466.

caps for, 114.

captain, going to Jamaica, 92.

carriages for, 39, 170, 317.

chaplains, 450;

payments to, 93, 365, 390.

clearings, issues for, 8, 9, 17, 22, 25, 32, 69, 88, 91, 92, 116, 117, 122, 134, 142, 145, 168–9, 187, 189, 232, 250, 251, 270, 271, 286, 288, 297, 364, 365, 380, 395, 436, 465, 474, 476, 490;

issues out of, 466.

clerk to the congregation of William III in the camp ([J.] Verhaast), 384, 387.

clothiers, 123, 132, 298, 300, 452, 467, 480, 483, 522, 523.

clothing for, 31, 34, 35, 36, 46, 47, 66, 81, 91, 104, 123–5, 146, 155, 182, 191, 213, 237–8, 244, 276, 298, 300, 302, 317, 324, 337, 365, 409, 437, 450, 452, 480, 483, 504, 522, 523, 529;

accounts, 123–5;

Lord Treasurer's report on, 221.

clothing money, 8.

colours, 66, 272.

Commander in Chief in Portugal, money to be applied by, 528.

Commander in Chief in Spain (Earl of Galway), 248, 293.

Commissaries General for, in Ireland, (B. van Homrigh, Sir W. Robinson), accounts, 87, 487.

Commissaries in Holland, 215.

Commissaries of the Musters (—. Abington, —. Aldcroft, G. Herlackenden), 110, 145–6, 414, 473.

Commissaries, subsisting troops in Scotland, 343–4.

Commissary General for victualling the Army under the Duke of Schomberg (J. Shales), 305;

assistant to (R. Griffith), payment to, 305.

Commissary General of provisions in Ireland (J. Shales), 180, 359.

Commissary of Musters on the establishment of Catalonia (J. Pitt), petition of, 280.

Commissary of Provisions to the forces in Portugal (M. Llewellyn), 306.

companies, at New York, issues for, 17, 92, 270, 364, 380.

companies, at the Bermudas, clearings for. 270, 286, 465;

subsistence for, 270, 441.

companies, on board a cruising ship, 130.

company, at Newfoundland, 382;

clearings for, 286, 288, 326;

commanders of (—. Lloyd, J. Moody), 382–3;

contingencies, 286, 288;

muster rolls, 326;

pay for, 326;

report concerning provisions for, 326;

solicitor to, 326.

company, in New England, subsistence for, 91.

confederate forces, victory of, near Turin, 56–7.

contingencies, issues for, 5, 33, 39, 77, 88, 91, 92, 122, 137, 141, 161, 173, 178, 195, 232, 234, 236, 271, 280, 286, 288, 323, 380, 448, 465, 521;

payments out of, 18, 484.

convoy, to carry the equivalent to Scotland, 41–2.

Danes in, The, extraordinaries, forage, waggon money and incidents, issues for, 179.

in the service of England during the late war, 175.

issues to for recruiting horses, 143.

pay to, issues for, 178, 179.

Danish forces, 384, 388, 391.

debentures, interest on, 396.

debts, Commissioners of, 124, 125.

deductions, day's pay, 392, 393, 394–5, 395, 396.

from Dutch regiments while on English pay, 388.

paymaster of. See Army—Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons.

poundage, 384, 390, 392, 393, 394–5, 395, 396.

transportation, 384.

deputy commissary of musters in Spain (J. Pitt), royal bounty to, 467, 484.

deputy paymasters, at Amsterdam and in the Netherlands (B. Sweet), 57, 96.

at Lisbon (T. Morris), 250, 379.

[in Spain], (J. Mead), issue to, 322.

of the forces in Spain etc.(T. Morris), 77, 88, 111, 139, 315.

of the forces under the Earl of Peterborough (H. Vincent), 248.

of the forces under Earl Rivers (P. Hartopp), 4, 59, 69, 85.

disbanded regiments, annis 1699–1701, 6.

drummers, 390.

Dutch Forces (in the late war]:

Adjutant General (General Gatigny), 384, 387.

Adjutant General by water (Captain Zuhm), 384, 387.

bounty money, 391.

Brigadier of Horse (H. van Oyen), pay to, 386, 388.

clerk to the Foot Guards (—. Mulder), pay to, 387.

Commander in Chief in Ireland (Baron de Ginkel; Count Solmes), 389.

Commissary of provisions (I. Fielding), 388.

contingent disbursements, 386, 388.

deductions while on English pay, 388.

Field Marshal of (Duke of Schomberg), 389.

French refugee officers serving with, 384, 387, 389.

General Officers, pay to, 383, 384, 387, 389.

major of brigade (P. Ferguson), pay to, 386.

marshall to the foot guards (—. Coot), pay to, 384, 387.

minister to the foot guards (—. van den Broncq), pay to, 384, 387.

ordered to make an oath of fidelity to William III, 394.

Paymaster (J. van der Esch) accounts, 25, 174–5, 285, 383–96.

clerks to, pay for, 384, 387, 391.

deputy to (—. Sonniers), pay for, 384, 387.

English regiments under, accounts, 383–96.

regiments etc. comprised in, lists of, 175, 383–96.

train of artillery, officers and assistants of, pay to, 385, 387, 389.

waggon master ([J.] Verhaast), 384, 387.

embarkation of regiments, 237, 297, 324, 328, 360.

Establishments, Ireland, French pensioners on, names of, 70–2;

regiments removed to and put on, 441, 457.

Portugal, regiments on, overpayments to, 466.

Spain, money saved on, 20;

regiments on, clearings for, 436;

regiment transferred to, 466.

Spain and Portugal, drafts of, 12;

incorporated, 467.

See also Army—Men.

estimates, for the forces in Spain, 14.

Expedition, of the Marquis de Miremont, 41, 409.

Expedition, to Toulon, 48.

Expedition, under Earl Rivers, 235.

Commissary of the Stores (—. Douglas), bill of, 131.

contingencies, issues for, 33, 173.

deputy paymaster of (P. Hartopp), 4, 59, 69, 85.

embarkation of regiments for, 324

French Dragoons with, horses for, 98.

French regiments (six), formed for, clothing, colours and accoutrements for, 66, 81–2.

French regiments (two), of foot with, pay for, 107.

General Officers of, pay for, 19, 143.

Ingenier (T. Favier), allowance to, 105.

levy money for, 33.

marines sent with, issue for, 155.

pay for, 33.

printers, appointed to attend, petition of, 437.

regiment with, pay for, 116.

regiments sent with, men detached for, 383.

special service, issue for, 116.

subsistence for, issues for, 19, 69, 173, 236.

Expedition under the Earl of Peterborough, 467.

extraordinaries, issues for, 6, 14, 23, 59, 65, 76, 83, 85, 98, 107, 115, 116, 131, 143, 178, 179, 235, 270, 409.

fire and candle for, 92, 122, 380.

forage for, 26, 76, 137, 141, 154, 161, 170, 173, 179, 236, 250, 270, 317, 427, 447, 484, 509, 511, 521.

Forces Abroad. See Army—Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad.

Foreign Troops or Forces or Foreigners:

in the service of England during the late war, 174–5.

pay and extraordinaries for, 178.

sick and wounded, pay for, 77, 178.

composing part of the 40,000 Men:

accounts, 76, 178–9.

forage, extraordinaries, waggon and recruit money for, 137, 154, 178–9, 317, 447, 521.

pay for, 11, 39, 59, 85, 99, 107, 137, 140, 178, 234, 280, 466, 484, 521.

States Treasurer for ([C. de] Jonge), 76.

subsistence for, issues for, 323, 447.

composing part of the 10,000 additional Men:

accounts, 76.

forage, waggon money and recruits for, issues for, 76, 141, 447.

pay for, 39, 107, 141, 234, 235, 280, 323, 521.

States Treasurer for ([C. de] Jonge), 76.

subsistence for, issue for, 59.

frocks for, 114.

Garrisons. See Army—Guards and Garrisons.

General and Commander in Chief in Spain (Earl of Galway) 248, 293.

General Officers, forage money for, issues for, 137, 447;

pay to, issues for, 5, 9, 19, 39, 83, 90, 91, 99, 137, 141, 143, 161, 173, 234, 236, 250, 280, 323, 466, 521.

General Staff Officers. See Army—Guards and Garrisons.

German forces, 393–4.

Guards and Garrisons, accounts, 36.

at Albany, 239.

Bermudas, 270, 286, 441, 465.

Berwick-upon-Tweed, 320.

Carlisle, 91.

Dublin, 231–2.

Galway, 223, 513–4.

Gibraltar, 121, 139, 161, 315, 317, 491, 499, 524, 525.

Hull, 92.

Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

at Jamaica, 88, 92, 205, 220, 327, 338, 417.

Leeward Islands, 70, 92, 296, 441.

Massachusetts Bay, 204.

Nevis, 130, 244.

New England, 91.

New York, 17, 92, 270, 364, 380.

Newfoundland, 56, 286, 288, 300, 314, 326, 382–3.

Portsmouth, 92, 195, 405.

Upnor Castle, 126, 146.

West Indies, 117, 195, 213, 244, 302, 426, 450.

Captain General, quarterly allowance, 83, 122, 195, 380, 465.

captains of, allowances to for drummers, 390.

clearings for, 25, 286, 465.

contingencies, issues for, 232, 465.

fire and candle for, 92, 122, 380.

General Staff Officers, quarterly allowance to, 83, 122, 195, 380, 465.

in Holland, clearings for, 32;

respits on, issues for, 92.

in Portugal, clearings, issues for, 92

in Portugal and Holland, subsistence for, 145.

in Spain, clearings for, 286.

issues for, 83, 96, 122, 195, 232, 286, 296, 325, 364, 378, 380, 416, 441, 465, 490, 501.

pay for, issues for, 91, 122, 134, 232, 271, 288, 380, 501.

Paymaster General of. See Army — Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons.

subsistence for, issues for, 3, 12, 46, 286, 465.

Troops and Regiments in England, clearings, issues for, 91, 122, 232, 288, 380, 465, 490.

subsistence for, issues for, 83, 96, 139, 154, 195, 219, 288, 325, 378, 416, 441, 490.

half-pay, arrears of, petition for payment of, 110;

of officers of disbanded regiments, 6.

Hanover Troops, issues to for extraordinaries, 127;

issues to for recruiting horses, 26, 127, 170, 235;

pay to, 178.

Hesse Cassel, Hessian, Troops, augmentation of, issues for, 170, 219.

bread waggons for, 39–40, 317, 360, 466.

carriages for, 39, 317,

extraordinaries, issues for, 154.

Hessian Horse in Italy, augmentation of, 40, 466.

hospitals for, 39–40, 317, 360, 466.

in Italy, 360, 466, 525.

issues for, 317, 425.

marching into Italy, 39, 170, 317.

pay for, 65–6, 178, 179, 317, 337.

waggon moneys, issues for, 179, 317.

Holstein Gottorp, Troops of, issues for, 179.

Horses, carried to Ireland to recruit a regiment, 192, 237.

delivered to French Dragoons, 288.

for remounting Horse and Dragoons in Portugal, 77, 178.

for the Dragoons, 98, 127, 328.

killed or died of the common distemper, issues to recruit, 23, 170.

lost by the Hanover Troops, levy money for, 26, 127, 170, 235.

loss of, issues for recruiting, 143.

lost in a storm, 237.

of English Horse and Dragoons lost in Flanders, levy money to recruit, 235.

hospitals, 39, 40, 161, 170, 250, 251, 317, 360, 466, 474.

Imperialists. See Army—Men, 4,200.

imprests for necessaries of the war, 57.

Ingenier. See Army—Expedition under Earl Rivers.

Invalids, establishment for, 12.

four companies of, augmented to enable them to do duty, 18, 195.

captains of, petitions of for shirts and neckcloths, 290.

clearings for, 465.

clothing for, 36, 146, 220, 312, 365, 483.

detachments of to do duty at Upnor Castle, 146.

new establishment for, 140, 206.

pay for, 233, 288, 380, 501.

quartered at Hampton Court, Windsor, Chester and Tynemouth, 483.

subsistence for, 325.

of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 483.

pay for, issues for, 5, 10, 25, 33, 92, 122, 524.

reduced, pay for, 233, 288;

subsistence for, 325.

Italian Foot. See Army—Men, 4,200.

Judge Advocate, office of, disbursements, issues for, 271.

kettles for, 114.

levy money, 1, 2, 8, 17, 23, 25–6, 33, 76, 83, 107, 114, 115, 116, 130, 170, 178, 179, 213, 235, 288, 360, 390, 448, 457, 465.

Lieutenant General on the Irish establishment, 408;

pay for, 402.

losses, of men taken into France, 182.

Lunenburghers in, The, 76.

Major General on the Irish Establishment, 408.

Majors of Brigade, pay for, 39.

march of, from Lisbon to Spain, 194.

march of, to Schellenberg and Blenheim, extraordinary charges of, 9, 94, 115.

marching month, 179.

medicines for, 195, 227.

Men:

40,000, in Holland and Flanders annis 1703–1707:

aides de camp, pay for, 39, 250.

bill for, 77.

clearings to, issues for, 9.

contingencies, issues for, 9, 39, 137, 141, 234, 280, 323, 521.

English horse and dragoons in, levy money to recruit lost horses, 235.

establishment for, extraordinaries allowed on, 115;

savings on, issues out of, 35, 310–1, 466.

forage for, 250.

Foreign Forces, composing part of. See Army—Foreign.

General Officers of. See Army—General.

issues for, 12, 26, 178–9, 187, 517.

majors of brigade, pay for, 39, 250.

offreckonings for the British Troops in, 378.

[order of], 886,223l. 18s. 6d. for, issues in part of, 39, 59, 73, 85, 88, 99, 107, 120, 130, 136, 137, 140, 154, 187.

[order of], 893,706l. 8s. 6d. for, issues in part of, 234 bis, 250, 280, 310–1, 317, 323, 336, 378, 436, 447, 466, 474, 484.

[order of] 894,272l. 3s. 6d. for, 517;

issues in part of, 521.

pay for, issues for, 25, 39.

Prussians on the establishment of, pay for, 178;

waggon money for, 179.

regiments in, allowed 3 servants per company, 215.

Subject Troops, composing part of. See Army—Subject.

subsistence for, issues for, 3, 25, 136.

20,562, employed in Spain or Portugal.

contingencies, issues for, 173, 236, 448.

forage and waggon money, 236.

General Officers of. See Army—General.

issues for, 33, 35.

offreckonings, issues for, 379.

[order of], 445,350l. 14s. 2d. for, issues in part of, 19, 33, 173, 235 bis, 250, 269, 293, 310, 317, 322, 324, 337, 360, 379 bis, 427, 436, 448, 466, 480, 484.

subsistence of, issues for, 19, 26, 54, 173, 235, 448.

20,000, Composite Allied Force, the 10,000 additional being the English proportion:

bills for, 77.

clearings to, issues for, 9.

establishment of, accounts, allowances on, 179;

extraordinaries allowed on, 115;

regiments included in, 150;

savings on, 35, 311.

Foreign Forces, composing part of. See Army—Foreign.

issues for, 12, 26, 187.

offreckonings, issues for, 81, 379.

[order of] 211,762l. 16s. 10d. for, issues in part of, 39, 130, 141, 234 bis, 250, 280, 311, 323, 337, 379, 436, 447.

[order of] 177,511l. 3s. 6d. for, 517;

issues in part of, 187, 521.

pay to, issues for, 25, 59, 99.

regiments in, allowed 2 servants per company, 215.

Subject Troops in. See Army—Subject.

subsistence for, issues for, 3, 25, 59, 99.

13,000, Portuguese:

General Officers of. See Army—General.

issues for, 15, 77, 89, 132,178, 212, 218, 235, 236, 269, 322, 324, 337, 378, 510.

12,000, Prussians in the Netherlands:

bread and forage money and agio on, issues for, 26, 137, 141, 170, 270, 427, 484, 509, 511.

bread for, 131, 143, 235, 280, 427.

pay for, agio on, issues for, 137, 235, 280, 427.

10,210, in Portugal annis 1705–1706:

clearings for, issues for, 476.

contingencies of, issues for, 69.

General Officers of. See Army—General.

offreckonings of, issues for, 81, 270, 476.

[order of] 222,379l. 5s. 10d. for, issues in part of, 22, 33, 65, 69, 73, 90, 91, 99, 115, 120, 270, 291, 476.

subsistence for, issues for, 73.

10,000 additional. See Army, Men—20,000.

8,833, additional, in Spain or Portugal:

clearings for, issues for, 250.

contingencies of, issues for, 173, 236.

establishment of, savings on, issues out of, 448, 466.

General Officers of. See Army—General.

[order of] 186,296l. 4s. 2d. for, 19, 161, 173;

issues in part of, 19, 173, 236, 250, 294, 322, 324, 337, 361, 379 bis, 427, 436, 448, 466, 480, 484.

8,000, of the King of Prussia assisting the Duke of Savoy:

issues for, 56, 57, 65, 161, 219, 317, 436, 510.

6,000, of the King of Spain's Troops:

remittances for, 16.

5,000, in Catalonia.

[order of] 96,729l. 13s. 4d. for, issues in part of, 1, 73, 83, 476.

subsistence for, issues for, 55, 73.

5,000, on Sea Service.

clearings for, issue for, 25.

issues for, 5, 6, 10, 30, 33, 524.

[order of] 87,125l. 10s. 0d. for, issues in part of, 12, 17, 83, 92, 96, 122, 134, 139, 142, 154, 177, 195, 196, 219, 232, 270, 271, 286, 288, 296, 325, 365, 378, 380, 413, 417, 441, 465, 490.

subsistence to, issue for, 12.

5,000, [on Sea Service], additional:

clearings for, issue for, 296.

issues for, 6, 81.

[order of], 98,969l. 10s. 0d. for, issues in part of, 17, 93, 296, 297.

subsistence for, issue for, 296.

4,639, Saxons anno 1708:

[order of] 43,251l. 12s. 6d. for, 517;

issue in part of, 521.

pay for, 521.

4,200, Imperialists and Italian Foot:

pay for, 528 bis.

3,000, additional Palatines in Italy:

[order of] 211,762l. 16s. 10d. for, issues in part of, 39, 141, 234, 280.

[order of], 34,251l. 13s.4d. for, 517;

issues in part of, 521.

pay of, issues for, 66, 116, 141, 234, 235, 280, 521.

2,600, Palatines:

pay of, issues for, 528 bis.

900, detached from regiments in Ireland to fill up regiments in Catalonia, levy money for, 1, 8, 83.

324, raised to replace men drafted into regiments embarking for Catalonia, levy money for, 2, 83.

Munster, Troops of, pay to, issue for, 179.

muster rolls, 10, 22, 32, 76, 143, 178, 220, 326, 326–7, 378, 379, 467;

lost at sea, 327.

musters, Commissary of. See Army—Commissary;

deputy commissary of, see Army—deputy.

officers, and soldiers escaped from Almanza, to be formed into regiments, 35.

belonging to regiments in Spain, subsistence for, 448.

demands of, for full pay and levy money, 144, 168–9.

families, subsistence for, 294, 360, 361, 448.

French, pensioners on the establishment of Ireland, lists of, 70–2, 281–2, 438–9.

General. See Army—General.

half pay accounts, 6.

lately arrived from Spain, subsistence for, 361.

of six regiments lately come from Spain, subsistence for, 310.

on the establishment, Ireland, refuse to go to the West Indies, 221.

pay, 383, 384, 387.

subsistence for, 360, 361.

offreckonings, issues for, 22, 33, 69, 73, 81, 116, 117, 187, 270, 291, 337, 378, 379, 476, 480.

Lord Treasurer's report on, 221.

of clothiers, 467.

payments made good out of, 66.

report on by Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 327–8, 339.

stoppages out of for clothing, 124.

Palatines in, The, pay to, issues for, 179;

transported from Italy to Spain, 51, 491. See also Army—Men, 3,000.

Paymaster General, late (Earl of Ranelagh), accounts, 52, 114, 154, 391, 514, 523.

Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons (J. Howe), accounts, 95, 126, 163, 223, 325, 516.

attending the Treasury, 16, 30.

fees paid by in passing his account, 126.

fees to, 524.

grant to as Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons, 524.

issues to, for Guards and Garrisons, 3, 5, 5–6, 10, 11, 12, 16, 16–7, 18, 24, 25, 26, 30, 33, 46, 47, 50, 83, 91–2, 96, 121–2, 130, 133–4, 136, 139, 145, 154, 177, 195, 219, 232, 270–1, 286, 288, 296, 325, 364–5, 377–8, 379–80, 416, 441, 465, 470, 473, 490, 501, 524.

for men on sea service, 5, 6, 10, 12, 17, 25, 30, 32, 33, 81, 83, 92–3, 96, 122, 134, 139, 142, 154, 270, 271, 286, 296, 297, 325, 365, 413, 417, 441, 465, 490, 524.

for the Invalids, 325, 365, 465, 501, 524.

for the outpensioners of Chelsea Hospital, 118–9, 309, 377, 490, 502.

memorials of, 3, 5, 10, 11, 12, 16, 18, 24, 30, 32, 42, 47, 50, 140, 300, 312, 365.

patent of, dated 1702, December 22, 524.

paymaster of all deductions determined within Chelsea Hospital, 524.

payments by, 342, 501.

proposal of, for clothing companies of Invalids, 36, 220.

reports by, concerning recruitment for regiments in Jamaica, 130.

on the company of foot at Newfoundland, 326, 383.

pay for 2 companies on a cruising ship, 130.

to make a state of Chelsea outpensioners' arrears, 96.

Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital, 516, 520.

Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad (J. Brydges, C. Fox), accounts, 76–7, 111, 143, 178–80, 191, 238, 307, 391, 487.

accounts demanded from, 103, 122.

attending the Treasury, 2, 14, 15, 28, 29, 31, 37, 43, 46, 47, 50, 55.

deputy to. See Army—deputy.

issues to, for the charge of a journey made by the Elector Palatine, 227.

for the expedition of the Marquis de Miremont, 41, 409.

for the Forces Abroad, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 16, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 39–40, 43, 45, 54, 57, 59, 65–6, 68–9, 69, 73, 81, 82, 83, 84–5, 88–9, 90, 91, 98–9, 99, 107, 115–6, 120, 121, 126–7, 130, 131, 136, 137, 140–1, 142, 143, 154, 161, 170, 172–3, 187, 218, 233, 234, 235, 250, 269, 270, 280, 291, 293, 297, 310, 317, 322, 323–4, 336–7, 360, 378–9, 379, 425, 427, 435–6, 447–8, 466, 470, 474, 476, 480, 484, 517, 520–1, 524–5, 528–9.

for the garrison of Gibraltar, 524

for [subsidies to] the Allies, 12, 22, 26, 30, 34, 39–40, 40, 55, 56, 65, 66, 77, 89, 107, 120, 131, 160, 161, 170, 178, 180, 212, 218, 219, 235, 236, 269, 317, 337, 360, 361, 378, 436, 466, 510, 511, 524, 525, 529.

for the Transport service, 87.

memorials of, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 19, 23, 28, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 39, 43, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 54, 132, 470.

office of, additional staff and pay of, 94;

repairs to, charge of, 77, 178.

orders of loan drawn in the name of, 206.

to render fortnightly certificates of receipts and payments, 146, 471.

Paymaster of several foreign troops during the late war (J. van der Esch), accounts, 174–5.

Paymaster of the Dutch forces in the late war (J. van der Esch), accounts, 25, 174–5, 285, 383–96;

English regiments under, accounts, 383–96.

Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland (Lord Coningsby, C. Harbord, W. Harbord), 83, 123–5, 163, 275, 485, 487;

accounts, 191, 238, 351, 391, 443, 487;

agent to (—. Pauncefort), 124.

Paymaster of the Train of Artillery in Ireland (W. Hubbald), accounts, 180, 359.

Paymasters, deputy. See Army—deputy.

pensioners, on the establishment of Ireland, names of, 70–2, 281–2, 438–9.

pensions, issues for, 122.

physician, pay for, 93.

Portuguese, or Portugal Troops in. See Army—Men, 13,000.

prisoners, from Cadiz, payment to a Consul for, 194;

taken at Almanza, relief and support of, 31, 35, 42, 43, 427, 448, 466, 484.

provisions, Commissary of. See Army—Commissary.

Prussians in, 66, 131. See also Army—Men, 40,000;

Army—Men 12,000;

Army—Men, 8,000.

quartermaster, going to Jamaica, issue for, 92.

recruits, escape from the Marshalsea, 520.

for companies at New York, 92.

for Portugal, charges of raising, 182.

for the land forces, Acts for, 100 copies of to be sent to the Secretary at War, 294.

going to Jamaica, 92.

in Ireland, for Spain, pay for, 132.

issues for, 141, 154, 196, 317, 447, 504, 521.

raised in England for regiments in Ireland, 392.

Regiments:

disbanded, annis 1699–1701, 6.

in Ireland, clothing accounts, 123–5, 191, 237–8;

men detached from, 83.

in Portugal, recruits for, 8.

lately sent from Portugal, 379.

new, to be raised, 20.

numbers of, inequality in, 10.

of the first embarkation to Portugal, respits of, 237.

removed from establishments, savings on, 35, 310, 311, 466.

sent from Ireland to Spain, 2, 163.

transported from Ireland to Holland, 77.

Horse Regiments:

First Troop of Guards, Adjutant of (W. Needham), 277;

clothes etc. of dead troopers of, right to settled to the Crown, 277–8.

Second Troop of Guards, captain in ([F.] Rogers), respited pay of, 92

Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, clearings for, 134.

Dutch Horse Guards, clearings for, 395;

pay for, 385, 387, 389.

Dutch Life Guards, pay for, 385, 387, 389.

Queen's Own Regiment of Horse, late lieutenant in (R. Stapleton), admitted to be Second Major of Chelsea Hospital, 295.

(Maj.-Gen. Harvey's), clearings for, 22.

Hessian Horse, 2 regiments of, augmentation of, 40, 466.

(Duke of Ormonde's), ordered to Spain from Ireland, 349.

(Col. Wolseley's), clothing for, 124.

Dragoons, Royal Regiment (Lord Raby's), allowance for levy money for additional men, 328;

allowance for unmounted men, 328;

deductions from pay as unmounted, 328;

in Spain, 383;

major in (G. Benson), 290, 328, 383;

mustered in Holland, 328;

offreckonings, 33, 291;

pay for, 386, 387;

petition of, 135;

put on Portugal establishment, 328.

French Regiment of, clothing and accoutrements for, 480;

for service abroad, 70;

horses for, 98, 288;

officers of, petition of, 145–6;

servants of officers, allowances to, 307–8;

wives and families of officers, pay for, 98.

French Double Regiment of, clothing for, 104, 409.

(—. Bothmar's), 517, 521.

(Brig. Cadogan's), horses for, 192, 237.

(Brig. Carpenter's), assisting civil officers, 199;

clearings for, 122;

horses delivered to French dragoons by, 288;

new arms for, 509;

pay for, 270, 325.

(Sir A. Cunningham's) clothing for, 125.

(Earl of Essex's) clearings for, 122;

horses delivered to French dragoons by, 288;

pay for, 270, 325;

troop of, assisting civil officers, 199.

(Lieut.-Col. Gore's), assisting civil officers, 199.

(Lieut.-Col. Green's) horses for, 127.

(Brig. Killigrew's), clearings for, 22;

horses for, 127.

([C] Ross's), clothing for, 125.

(Lord Tunbridge's), ordered to Spain from Ireland, 349.

([Baron] Walef's), pay for, 179.

Foot Regiments:

Guards, Battalion of, at the sieges of Gibraltar and Barcelona, 200;

Battalion of, in Holland, issues for, 91, 122, 416, 490;

Battalion of, in Spain, 465;

2 regiments of, in the Marshalsea, escape of soldiers from, 520.

Coldstream, Agent to (J. Acton), bonds given by, 327.

First Regiment of, in Holland, clearings for, 365;

24 colours with the Queen's arms on for, 272.

Dutch, clearings for, 395;

clerk to (—. Mulder), 384, 387;

equipage and horses lost by, 390;

marshal to (—. Coot), 384, 387;

minister to (—, van den Broncq), 384, 387.

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, captain in (R. Bettesworth), 313.

French, 70, 81–2, 107, 124, 125.

Independent company (captain Richards'), clothing for, 123, 124.

Miners, company of, clothing for, 123, 124.

Scotch, First, Second, Third and Fourth regiments, clothes for, 123, 124, 125.

Colonels of, named:

Allen, T.

Alnutt, [T.]

Arran, Earl of.

Auverquerque, Count de.

Babington, [P.]

Barrymore, Earl of.

Beaumont, [J.]

Belasyse, Sir H.

Belcastel, —.

Belfond, —.

Benting, —.

Birkenfeld, Prince of.

Blood, [H.]

Boncour, —.

Bothmar, —.

Bowles, [P,]

Bradshaw, [Sir R.]

Breton, [W.]

Brudenell, [T.]

Cadogan, W.

Callemote, —.

Caulfield, —.

Caulfield, J.

Caulfield, T.

Charlemont, Lord.

Churchill, [C.]

Collingwood, —.

Columbine, [V.]

Coote, R.

Creighton, [A.]

Cunningham Sir A.

Cutts, Lord.

Dering, [Sir E.]

Douglas, [J.]

Drogheda, Earl of.

Dungannon, Lord.

Duyn, A.

Erle, T.

Essex, Earl of.

Fagell, —.

Fairfax, [T.]

Fontjuliane, L. de.

Foulkes, [J.]

Fox, —.

Gorges, [R.]

Green, [C.]

Groben, —.

Guise, Sir J.

Hagedoorn, —.

Hamilton, —.

Hamilton, F.

Hamilton, G.

Hamilton, H.

Hamilton, Lord G.

Handasyde, [T.]

Hanmer, Sir J.

Harvey, —.

Harvey, [D.]

Hastings, F.

Herbert, [C.]

Hesse, Prince of.

Holstein, Duke of.

Hotham, Sir C.

Ingoldsby, —.

Jamart, —.

Ker or Kerr, Lord M.

Killigrew, [R.]

Lauder, —.

Lepell, [N.]

Lillingstone, L.

Lisburne, Viscount.

Livesay, [J.]

Lloyd, —.

Lovelace, Lord.

Macartney, [G.]

Marwitz, —.

Meath, Earl of.

Meloniere, [I.] de la.

Meredith, [T.]

Michelborne, [J.]

Montandre, —.

Mordaunt, H.

Mordaunt, Lord.

Mountjoy, Viscount.

Nassau, Count.

Newton, J.

Nieuwenhiojs, —.

Ormonde, Duke of.

Orrery, Earl of.

Paston, Lord.

Pearce, T.

Portmore, Earl of.

Raby, Lord.

Ramsay, [G.]

Rivers, [J.]

Rochford, Earl of.

Ross, [C.]

Rowe [H.]

Russell, [R.]

Sankey, N.

Schaeck, —.

Selwyn, [W.]

Seymour, [W.]

Sidney, [H.]

Soames, [E.]

Southwell, [T.]

Stanhope, [J.]

Stanwix, T.

Stewart, W.

Tiffin, Z.

Tollemache, [T.]

Townsend, [R.]

Trognèe, [Baron].

Tunbridge, Lord.

Venner, [S.]

Vittinghoft, —.

Wade, [G.]

Waldeck, Count.

Walef, [Baron].

Watkins, [W.]

Whetham, [T.]

White, R.

Wijnbergen, —.

Wilkes, —.

Wolseley, [W.]

Wynne, [J.]

Wynne, [O.]

remittances for, 2, 7, 9, 15, 16, 18, 54, 55, 76, 77, 178, 528.

reports concerning the, 29.

Saxe Gotha, forces or troops of, 175, 179, 384, 388, 391.

Saxons, taken into the service of, 35, 310, 311, 336, 337, 436.

Saxons. See also Army—Men, 4, 639.

sea service, men on. See Army—Men, 5,000.

Secretary at War (H. St. John), 41, 42, 46, 47, 90, 94, 96, 114, 126, 132, 140, 145, 155, 163, 168, 215, 221, 227, 248, 279, 280, 290, 300, 301, 307, 311, 337, 339, 382, 383, 405, 408, 467, 522.

servants, establishment of per company, 215.

sick and wounded. See Sick.

soldiers, disabled, sent home from Valencia, 194;

left at Lisbon, passage money for, 194;

transported to the Leeward Islands and West Indies, 16, 45, 163;

wives and children of, money for, 195.

Spanish regiments in, 139.

Staff Officers. See Army—Guards and Garrisons, General.

standing forces, accounts, 6.

stockings for, 123.

Subject Troops, composing part of the 40,000 Men:

clearings to, issues for, 88, 187, 250, 436, 474.

contingencies to, issues for, 88.

foot and dragoons, forage and waggon money for, 137, 447.

forage and waggon money fox, 521.

offreckonings, 73, 81, 187, 337.

subsistence to, 11, 39, 59, 85, 99, 107, 137, 140, 234, 280, 447, 466, 484, 521.

Composing part of the 10,000 additional Men:

clearings to, issues for, 69, 187, 250, 436.

offreckonings, 69, 187.

subsistence to, 39, 107, 141, 234, 280, 323, 521.

Subsidies, to the Allies. See Army—Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, issues to.

subsistence, issues for, 3, 11, 12, 17, 19, 25, 26, 39, 46, 54, 56, 59, 69, 73, 83, 85, 91, 92, 95, 96, 99, 107, 122, 134, 136, 137, 139, 141, 145, 154, 163, 173, 195, 219, 220, 234, 235, 236, 270, 280, 288, 293–4, 294, 296, 297, 310, 322, 323, 325, 337, 360, 361, 378, 379, 416, 417, 427, 441, 445, 446, 447, 448, 457, 465, 466, 480, 484, 490, 503, 512, 521.

successes in Spain, prosecution of, issues for, 3, 69, 85, 87, 88, 99, 116, 126, 131, 143, 170, 172, 297.

train of artillery. See Army—Paymaster.

transports and transporting, 76, 178, 179, 197, 275, 384, 390, 498.

Treasurer to the Factory for disbursements to sick and disabled soldiers (—. Cudmore), 194.

troops, assisting to prevent the exportation of wool, 199.

in Scotland, subsistence for, 41, 53, 347–8, 445, 446, 454, 503, 512.

under Earl Rivers. See Army—Expedition.

under the Earl of Galway, issues for, 99.

See also Army—Guards and Garrisons.

victualling. See Army—Commissary General.

waggon money, 76, 141, 154, 161, 173, 178, 179, 317, 390, 391, 447, 521.

waistcoats for, 123.

Arras, scarlet and green, 242;

tapestry, called the Children of Israel, 450.

ASSESSMENTS

Poll [First Poll] (as by the Act 1 Wm. and Mary, c. 13, towards reducing Ireland), issues out of, 512.

12d. Aid (as by the Act 1 Wm. and Mary, c. 20, and c. 31, for 12d. per £ on personal estate and 20s. on fees of office etc.), arrears on, 159, 339.

Poll [Second Poll] (as by the Act 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 2, towards reducing Ireland and for French war), issues out of, 512.

[First] Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 3 Wm. and Mary, c. 6, for raising money by a quarterly poll for the war with France), 216;

issues out of, 512.

[First] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 1, for granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year, for carrying on a vigorous war against France), deficiency of, and application of revenue to, 75;

issues out of, 513.

[Second] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 1, for granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year, for carrying on a vigorous war against France), issues out of, 512.

[Second] Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 14, for raising money by a poll payable quarterly for one year, for carrying on a vigorous war against France), deficiency of, and application of revenue to, 75;

issues out of, 513.

[Third] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6–7 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, for granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year, and for applying the yearly sum of 300,000l. for five years out of the duties of Tonnage and Poundage and other sums of money payable upon merchandizes, exports and imports, for carrying on the war against France with vigour), issues out of, 513.

[Fourth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 7–8 Wm. III, c. 5, granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year for carrying on the war against France), issues out of, 513.

[First] 3s. Aid (as by the (Capitation) Act 8–9 Wm. III, c. 6, for granting an aid as well by a Land Tax as by several subsidies and other duties, payable for one year, 4s. 4d. per person, 1¼ per cent, on personalty, 2½ per cent, on stock in trade, 3s. on land), arrears on, 159, 339;

deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 274, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522;

Receiver of, overpayment in account, 280.

Additional 12d. Aid (as by the Act 8–9 Wm. III, c. 24, for a further subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage upon merchandizes imported for a term of 2¾ years and additional Land Tax for one year for the war against France), arrears of, issues out of, 91.

[Third] Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 9 Wm. III, u. 38, for granting an aid by a quarterly poll), deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 275, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522.

[Third] 3s. Aid [Land Tax] (as by the Act 10 Wm. III, c. 9, for granting 1,484,015l. 1s. 11¾d. for disbanding the Army, providing for the Navy and other necessary occasions), arrears on, 159, 339;

deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 275, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 498, 522;

Receiver General of, petition of, 151.

[Second] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 11 Wm. III, c. 2, to grant an aid by sale of forfeited lands in Ireland, and by a Land Tax in England (2s. in the £) to be raised in 1 year), Receiver General of, petition of, 151;

tallies and orders on, disposal of, 290.

[Fourth] 3s. Aid (as by the Act 12–13 Wm. III, c. 10, for granting an aid for defraying expenses of Navy, Guards and Garrisons for 1 year and for other necessary occasions), Commissioners of, 414.

[Fifth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Anne, c. 6, for granting an aid by diverse subsidies and a Land Tax), loans on, payment out of to deficient funds, 275.

[Sixth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 1, for granting a Land Tax for carrying on the war against France and Spain), deficient tallies on, 53.

loans on, unsatisfied, principal and interest on, issues for, 512–3;

surplus on the East India Fund applied to, 67.

Subsidies, anno 1703 (as by the Act 1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 17, for granting several subsidies for carrying on the war against France and Spain), issues out of, 289, 473, 490.

[Seventh] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 2–3 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year 1704), issues out of, 23–4, 118, 490;

Receiver General of, allowance to, 121.

[Eighth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 3–4 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year 1705), loans on, issues out of, 5, 9, 91, 120;

not sufficient for further issues, 127.

Receiver General of, petition of, 267.

[Ninth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 4–5 Anne c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year 1706), collectors accounts, not cleared, 90.

Commissioners of, 90.

exemptions from, 224.

on officers of the Ordnance, payment of, 467.

[Tenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year 1707), 10, 135.

assessments on, payment of, 267, 321, 403, 468.

loans on, 11, 177.

interest on, 18, 20, 177, 481.

issues out of, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 46, 47, 50, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 142, 144, 148, 154, 172, 173, 174. 177, 220, 223, 266, 381, 465.

not exceeding 1,850,000l., warrant for taking in, 135.

naming Receivers for, 21 bis.

payment into the Exchequer on account of, 510.

Receivers General for, 422, 437;

list of, 182–5;

privy seal for the appointment of, 170.

system of making loans on by paymasters etc., 241.

tallies and orders on, 20, 50, 288.

assignment of, 360.

disposition of, 449, 501.

issues out of, 26, 33, 40, 186, 187, 212, 240.

loans on, 40, 43, 404, 416, 421, 483, 484.

unsatisfied directions on, to be paid out of contributions on Annuities, 218.

warrant for 273,334l. 13s. 4d., balance of 1,850,000l., to be borrowed on, 240–1.

[Eleventh] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 35, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, for the service of the year 1708), issues registered on, 54;

loans on, issues out of, 53, 54, 520, 521, 522, 525, 529;

warrant to take in loans on, not exceeding 1,880,000l. at 5 per cent. interest, 520.

Assizes, at Lancaster, 299;

at New Sarum, 82;

at York, 508.

Attorney General (Sir S. Harcourt, Sir E. Northey), 2, 3, 12, 18, 19, 20, 23, 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 37, 42, 43, 44, 47, 51, 52, 53, 54, 67, 68, 69, 73, 82, 84, 89, 96, 97, 118, 120, 121, 126, 127, 142, 143, 148, 154, 170, 173, 181, 185, 193, 195, 196, 200, 209, 213, 228, 230, 236, 242, 245, 248, 253, 259, 261, 262, 272, 277, 281, 282, 285, 287, 288, 289, 290, 296, 298, 299, 300, 301, 312, 314, 316, 318, 319, 322, 331, 340, 341, 343, 355, 362, 364, 369, 383, 400, 402, 409, 410, 415, 416, 422, 424, 428, 434, 435, 437, 442, 443, 451, 453, 454, 458, 461, 474, 481, 488, 494, 495, 496, 503, 504, 505, 509, 511, 512, 513, 518, 519, 520, 524.

appointment of, 247.

attending the Treasury, 2, 11, 12, 21, 29, 37, 52, 53.

clerks to, payment to, 154, 509.

fees for advice, 154, 509.

opinions, reports, etc., 3, 11, 21, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 37, 42, 53, 67, 89, 148, 242, 257, 259, 269, 281, 301, 326, 327, 369, 382, 383, 410, 415–6, 428, 438, 459–60, 460, 461–2, 464, 505.

salary or fees, 97, 310, 510.

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

Attorneys at law, 1,169 in number, petition of, concerning charges for Stamp duties, 440, 474.

Averdupois, standard weights. See Weights and Measures.