Index of Subjects
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'Index of Subjects: B', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 654-655. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90513 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Backstairs. See Royal Household.

Band of Gentlemen Pensioners. See Gentlemen.

BANK OF ENGLAND, 410.

Act (5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 217, 218, 494.

allowance to, for circulating Exchequer Bills, 356, 456.

books of cheques etc., from which Exchequer Bills are cut to be delivered to, 224.

Cashier (T. Maddocks), appointed as Attorney for the Equivalent, 301.

Directors, 21, 24, 30, 34, 37, 53.

complaint against the Hollow Sword Blade Company, 30–1, 37, 281.

Court of, loans by, 53.

loans by, 4, 5, 20, 21, 90.

Exchequer Bills circulated by, 344.

Excise duties earmarked for, 216.

Fund (as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary c. 20), 494;

appropriation from the Excise for, 299;

money order for, 329.

furnished with gold, 41.

General Court of, 21.

Gentlemen of, 3, 5, 21, 27, 31, 34, 36, 37, 38, 53, 348–9.

Governor and Company of, 246.

money on hand in the form of deficient tallies, 53.

orders of loan assigned to, 206.

resolution, concerning loans, 21.

Secretary to ([J.] Ince), 41.

tallies and orders, on the Land Tax disposed of to, 186, 187, 212, 240;

on Malt disposed of to, 187.

ten days' bill on, 494.

Bankers' Annuities, 127, 232, 269, 345, 468.

Bankrupt Act, The, 196.

Banque of Venice, 110.

Barber, to William III (R. Longbottam), petition of, 519.

Barges. See Queen's Barges.

Baronetcy fees, 142, 408, 437.

Baymaker, 519.

Bedding, for Army barracks, 232.

Beds, damask, 247;

down, 247.

Beer, duties on. See Excise—duties;

for the North Sea and Herring Fishery, 137.

Bells, green silk lyar for, 242.

Bibles, for Barbados, 100;

for the Queen's chapels, 272;

large, for an ambassador, 151.

Births, duties on. See Marriages.

Black Rod. See Gentleman Usher.

Blankets, flannel, 247;

for the Queen, 458;

white sarcenet quilted, 247.

Boatmen. See Customs.

Bolls. See Weights and Measures.

Bookkeeping, professor of, recommended for the Customs, 359.

Books, for the Portuguese Envoy, 171;

of the Articles of War, 294.

Books and pamphlets, titles of: Leagues and Treaties, 181–2, 500;

Rehearsal, weekly paper, 316;

the Memorial of the Church of England, a libel, 316.

Bookseller, 181;

prosecuted for publishing a libel, 316.

Bounty, Queen Anne's. See Queen's Bounty. See also Royal Bounty.

Brandy, duties on. See Excise—duties, for Scotland, merchant's petition concerning, 498.

from France, 430, 458, 459–60, 469.

imported from Scotland, statement of, 496.

import of, prohibited in vessels of less than 60 gallons, 320.

Italian, 231.

laded at Rotterdam, 319.

on the Dutch fleet, 429.

overproof, services to, payment for, 503.

Portugal, 231.

prize, 396.

reducing to proof, 326.

seizure of, 156, 169, 315, 319.

Spanish 231.

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

Bread waggons, for the forces, 39, 40, 171, 187, 317, 360, 466.

Brewers, forfeitures, issues out of, 227, 513;

of Dublin, memorial of, 458;

Scotch, differences with the Excise Commissioners, 472, 477–9, 493.

Bricklayer, 253.

Bridge, repair of, 98.

Brokerage, 9, 18, 110.

Brushes, for the mint in Scotland, 263–4.

Bullion, foreign, licences for carrying, 499;

sending abroad for, 5. See also Mint.

Burials, duties on. See Marriages.

Bushel, the, standard measure. See Weights and Measures.