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'Index of Subjects: C', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 655-664. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90514 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Cabinet, a Japan, 86.

Cambric, 86.

Candle, sale by, 469.

Canopy, for Bedchamber Women, 167;

of State, for Somerset House, 247.

Capitation Act (8–9 Win. III, c. 6), 159, 339.

Caps for the Army, 114.

Carpenter, 253, 519.

Carpet, for a chapel, 100.

Carriages, for the Army, 39, 170, 317.

Carter, 253.

Cast rollers. See Mint—rollers.

Catalogue, of the Cotton Library, 102.

Ceremonies, Marshal of, 274;

half-yearly payment to, 89, 376;

payment to for attending Foreign Ministers, 426.

Master of (Sir C. Cotterell), 151, 308.

annuity to, in lieu of allowances, 62, 164, 374, 420, 502, 510.

assistant to (Charles Cotterell, Clement Cotterell), appointment of, 308;

executors of, payments to, 420, 510;

payments to, 63, 165, 375;

wages and fee, 308.

issue for, 151.

issue to, for a present to an Envoy, 424.

payment by, 151.

quarterly fee or salary, 63, 165, 375, 420, 510.

Chairs, 86, 151, 247, 272;

arm, 247;

cane (cain), 113, 242, 414;

easy, 425;

elbow, 247;

of State, 167, 242;

walnut-tree, 242.

Chalice, for a chapel, 414;

for a chapel in Barbados, 100.

CHAMBER, THE

Grooms of, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages of, 452.

disbursements by, payment for, 222.

Messengers of, attending the Customs (J. Thorowkettle), quarterly bills, 73, 158, 228, 344, 468.

attending the Lord Treasurer (J. Thorowkettle), quarterly bills, 73, 158, 228, 344, 468.

attending the progress to Newmarket, wages of, 452.

bills of, issues for, 133, 486.

to William III (T. Taylor), bills of, 147.

Treasurer of (Viscount Fitz-Hardinge, Lord E. Russell), 10, 30, 43, 50, 108, 133, 147, 167–8, 266, 321, 425, 440, 485, 502.

accounts of, 486.

Comptroller of (H. Chudleigh, W. Vanbrugh), salary, 483.

Deputy Comptroller of (W. Vanbrugh), allowance to, 483.

engrossing of, fees for, 133.

Lord Chief Baron's fee on, 133.

passing of, fees on, 133.

surplusage on, 502.

deputy and clerks of, fees expended by, 222.

deputy or clerk to, disbursements by, 222.

issues to, 10, 30, 43, 50, 108, 133, 147, 167, 228, 266, 286, 321, 324, 336, 341, 374, 422, 426, 440, 452, 485, 513.

office of, 30, 43, 50, 374.

comptroller of (W. Vanbrugh), 519.

establishment, wages and salaries for the keepers etc. of Somerset House put upon, 425;

wages on, issues for, 133, 426, 485.

payments by, 108, 133, 147, 167, 221–2, 228, 266, 286, 321, 324, 329, 336, 422, 426–7, 440–1, 446, 452, 485–6, 502, 513, 516, 517.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Royal Household.

Chancery, catalogue of the Cotton Library enrolled in, 102.

Hanaper, Clerk or Keeper of the (E. Seymour), account of, charge for passing, 374;

Office of the, printing account, 129.

Master in the Alienation Office (W. Freeman), 252.

Masters in (eleven), salaries, 117, 175, 309, 358, 509.

Chapel Royal, children of, clothing allowance on removal from, 245;

liveries for, 114.

cleaning of, mops and brooms for, 324.

Closet Keeper (C. Lucas), large chests delivered to, 501;

riding charges, 427.

Gentlemen of, three deer for, allowance in lieu of, 336.

Groom of the Vestry to (M. Fairlis), payment to, 324.

Chaplains, Army, 93, 365, 390, 450.

in waiting at Kensington, lodging for, 336.

passage money to, going to a Plantation, 176;

Carolina, 309, 364;

Jamaica, 170, 309, 481;

Leeward Islands, 152;

Maryland, 473;

New England, 98;

New Jersey, 158;

New York, 302;

North Carolina, 446;

Virginia, 186, 198, 251, 446.

to reside at Albany, 239.

to reside at Algiers, 19–20, 186.

Chimney glasses, for the Queen's use, 501.

Chirurgeon, 209.

Church of England, libel on entitled “the Memorial of the Church of England,” 316.

Churchwardens, issues of perpetuities to, 165, 166.

Cider, eager, 86.

Cinders, duties on. See Customs—duties, on coals.

Civil Law, Professor of, at Oxford University (T. Boucher), 165.

Civil List, England, Act for the (1 Anne, c. 1), 242.

debts, arrears in the Exchequer applicable to, issues out of, 495.

Hereditary and Temporary Excise intended to form part of the, 215.

money or funds, issues out of, 6, 10, 23, 27, 30, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 52, 67–8, 69, 79, 81. 87, 94, 108, 111, 116, 117, 120, 129, 132, 133, 135, 140, 142, 146, 147, 163, 167, 174, 175, 186, 194, 198, 210, 215, 217, 225, 228, 240, 245, 252, 273, 281, 284, 286, 291, 308–9, 311, 314, 318, 321, 324, 325, 335, 336, 343, 345, 352, 357, 364, 365, 371, 377, 380, 397, 403, 408, 409, 411, 416, 419, 421, 422, 423, 426, 427, 435, 437, 440, 441, 443, 444, 448, 452, 455, 470, 473, 481, 485, 489, 494, 495, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 509, 513, 515, 518, 520, 526, 529.

Scotland, 445.

Clarencieux King. See Heralds.

Clock, a table repeating, 86.

Clockmaker, payment to, 452.

Cloth of gold, 308.

Cloth of State, 151.

Clothiers, Army. See Army.

Clothing, Army. See Army.

Coach hire, 207.

Coaches. See Hackney Coaches.

Coals, duties on. See Customs-duties;

for Army barracks, 232;

Scots or pit used in the Mint at Edinburgh, 492.

Coastwaiters. See Customs.

Coffer bearer. See Royal Household.

Cofferer. See Royal Household.

Coin, of Scotland, reduced to English standard and value, 301.

Coinage duty. See Customs—duties.

Coiner, a, apprehended, 243–4.

Coins, crowns, 37, 40, 41, 42, 48, 65, 132, 206, 227, 311, 466, 471;

exchange equivalence of, 16, 38, 51, 55, 172, 218, 269, 317, 528, 529.

crown of 82 sols money of Piedmont, exchange equivalence of, 1, 10, 16, 19, 26, 35, 37, 40, 41, 55, 59.

dollar, 99, 127, 324, 429;

ex change equivalence of, 14, 85, 127.

ducats de Banque of Venice, 110.

English, shipped for transportation, seizure of, 152.

farthings, copper, coinage of, petition for, 467.

gold and silver, drafts for, approved by the Privy Council, 253.

guilders, 40, 310, 392, 466;

exchange equivalence of, 65, 66, 77, 131, 187, 211, 227, 360.

guineas, 342, 411;

fraudulent making of, 209.

halfpence, copper, coinage of, petitions for, 418, 467.

livres, 127.

marks, 460, 461, 462.

milreis, 193–4;

exchange equivalence of, 2, 528.

of Great Britain, standard pieces of gold and silver for the trial of, 36, 38, 302, 309.

pieces of eight, 31;

exchange equivalence of, 2, 88, 99, 111, 322.

pistoles, 3;

exchange equivalence of, 2.

reis, exchange equivalence of, 2.

sols, 1, 10, 16, 19, 26, 35, 37, 40, 41, 206, 218, 317, 466.

stivers, 40, 227, 466;

exchange equivalence of, 65, 77, 360.

Collars, gold, enamelled of the Order of the Thistle, 521.

Collars of SS, 307, 308.

Colliers, fleet of, 319.

Colours, for the Army, 66, 272.

Common Pleas, Court of, Clerk of the Estreats in (W. East), salary, 165;

officers of, fee to in lieu of paper from the Abbot and Convent of Westminster, 303.

Common Prayer Books, for an ambassador, 151;

for the Queen's Chapels, 272.

Commons, House of, 45, 54, 216, 256, 444.

additional room in, charges for, 33, 289.

addresses of, 220, 309.

agree to the House of Lords' address of 6 Dec. 1705, 316.

clerk assistant to (C. Needler), payment to, 276.

committee of, report by, on frauds in Customs drawbacks, 227;

report by on the seizure of a ship, 294;

to enquire into frauds in drawbacks, 276.

desire a review of the Book of Rates, 220.

doorkeepers, payments to, 98, 293.

disbursements for, 111.

enlargement of, 296.

estimate, delivered into for William III's expedition to England, 388, 392.

housekeeper to (T. Smith), payment to, 276.

Journals of, 24, 27, 227, 235, 316, 383, 384, 388, 393, 495.

messengers of, payments to, 98, 111, 293.

petition to, from merchants of Scotland, 495–6.

seats in, new covering for, 458.

Serjeant.at-Arms attending (S. Powell), 98, 111;

disbursements by, 293;

printing account, 129.

Speaker of (J. Smith), 312;

payments to, 82, 170, 274;

printing account, 129;

royal bounty for his equipage, 485.

under-clerks attending (H. Burroughs, G. Coles, J. Courthope, J. Hooks, P. Joddrell), payment to, 507;

writing, copying and engrossing bills, payment to, 276.

votes, 235;

payment for carrying, 98, 293.

See also Parliament.

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

Compositions, for a fine, 331;

for escheats, 201, 203. See also Debts.

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Continued Impositions. See Customs—duties.

Convention Acts. See Treaties.

Coopers, wages to, 144.

Copper, for coining, price of per pound, 482;

imported from Sweden, 482;

minting, petition for, 418;

patent for making and refining, 482.

Cork, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Corporations, weights sent to from the Mint, 264.

Council Chamber. See Privy Council.

Council of War, 277.

Counsel. See Queen's Counsel.

Counterfeiters, apprehended, 243;

prosecuted, 97, 508.

Country Mints. See Mint.

Crown Lands. See Lands.

Crown Law, charges, issues for, 438.

Crown Office. See Queen's Bench.

Crowns. See Coins.

Culm, duties on. See Customs—duties, on coal.

Cushions, 151;

for a chapel, 100;

velvet, for the Queen, 458.

CUSTOMS

Accomptant General, AccountantGeneral, Scotland (J. Boughton, J. Pope, J. Short), 29, 248;

clerks to, salaries, 258;

salary of, 258, 259.

Accounts, 7.

bringing up to date, 194–5, 251.

Comptroller General of. See Customs—Comptroller General.

Exchequer fees on passing, 402.

general, 96, 195, 287.

particular, payment for making, 60, 157, 228, 332, 467, 527.

Agent and Solicitor to the Receiver in Scotland (C. Eyre), 259;

clerks to, salaries, 259.

amount of, per an. at the Treaty of Union, 301.

appraisal of goods imported from Scotland and under seizure, 415–6, 435.

boat, at Poole, 405.

boatmen, appointments of, 74, 116, 146, 147, 189, 237, 268, 381, 476, 480, 495;

deceased, 480;

dismissed, 100, 189, 480, 495;

drowned, 147;

mate to, 381, 439;

preferred, 146, 268;

relinquished, 268, 381;

removed, 146.

bonds, 168.

allowances on, 79.

alteration of, upon occasion of the Union, 29, 248.

composition for, Act for (Private Act, 5 Anne, c. 6), 443.

for Plantations duties, discharge of, 145.

for ships, 350, 473.

for tobacco, 95, 135, 137.

for wine, 75.

forms of, for service in Scotland, 27.

interest on, refund of, 254.

taken at New England, 111.

wool, 366.

book of instructions, for collectors and officers, 516.

Book of Rates, 255;

for service in Scotland, 27;

review of, for the House of Commons, 220.

books, at Liverpool, accounts from, 522.

Cashier of. See Customs—Receiver General.

certificate goods, re-loading of, 473.

clerk to the tidesurveyor, London port (R. Evans, N. Porter) 100.

coalwaiter (R. Leake, L. Lewis), 480.

coast cocquet, form of, sent to Scotland, 321.

coastwaiters, 147, 188, 252, 312, 459.

cocquets, 188, 473.

collectors, 363, 429.

accounts of, for money paid to persons pressing seamen, 33, 342.

appointments of, 74, 100, 116, 145, 146, 189, 220, 268, 419, 439, 459.

at Plymouth, value taken up by, 85.

chosen as Commissioners for Scotland, 258.

chosen to be Accomptant General for Scotland, 258.

debts owing by, 66, 164, 500.

deceased, 100, 459, 500.

dismissed, 74.

form of bonds given by, 511.

in North Britain, proposals for salaries to, 341, 344.

in the Outports, collection of Salt duties, 113.

in the Western ports, repayments to of money takenfrom, 59.

money for the forces furnished by, 4, 69.

neglect of duty by, 439.

payment to, for raising Navy seamen, 37, 251.

petitions of, 345, 502.

resignations by, 145, 146, 419.

salaries of, 146, 430.

seizures by, 122–3, 152, 168.

surety for, 188.

to exchange Exchequer bills, 36.

transferred, 268.

Commissioners of, for England (W. Culliford, C. Godolphin et at.), formal references to, passim.

approval of the transires from Scotland, 34, 285.

directed to send officers to Scotland, 27.

form of a transire sent to, 259.

instructions to, concerning goods of Foreign Ministers, 346–7.

memorials of, 194–5, 251, 271, 473.

queries of, about merchandises from Scotland, 29, 253, 269, 406.

reports by, 2, 52, 75, 95, 121, 122, 137, 138, 147. 156, 286, 294, 321, 330. 338, 345–6, 346, 358, 361, 439, 453, 471, 482, 504;

concerning the management of the Cus. toms in Scotland, 23, 255–7, 340–1;

on goods imported from Scotland, 319–21, 369–70.

to consider drawing a bill for an Act of Parliament concerning revenues consequent upon the Union, 442.

to consult of proper methods for collecting duties after the Union, 244,

to prepare a draft Com mission for the Customs in Scotland, 28–9, 29, 248, 256.

to prepare an account of exports and imports, Scotland, 28, 248.

to present three persons to be Commissioners in Scotland, 29, 253.

-, in Barbados, leave to come to England, 482.

-, for Scotland or North Britain (W. Boyle, J. Clough, Sir R. Dixon, J. Isaacson, H. Mason, L. Norman, Sir A. Rigby), 43, 258, 259, 267, 287, 311, 313, 321, 346, 351, 359, 365–7, 400, 430, 453, 454, 460, 472, 476, 505, 506, 509.

Accountant General to (J. Short), salary, 314;

clerks to, salaries, 314.

Agent and Solicitor to (C. Eyre), salary, 314;

clerks to, salary, 314.

chambers, 366.

form of a transire sent to, 259.

management of the revenues under, state of, 351, 365–7.

new commission, 259, 287;

fees and charges for passing, 316–7.

proposal of, for the establishment of officers, 428–9, 442–3.

report concerning the appointment of, 255.

salaries of, 259, 287.

to manage the Salt duty, 311.

Comptroller General of Accounts, England (R. Holt), 287, 381;

assistance for to bring on accounts, 7, 96;

books of, 145;

instructions to, 498;

ledgers of, 195;

method of, 50, 52;

reply of, to a memorial of the Commissioners, 194–5, 472.

-, Scotland (J. Crook- shank), clerks to, salaries of, 258, 259;

leave to go to Ireland, 401;

salary of, 258, 259.

Comptrollers, acting, 422.

appointments of, 74, 268, 294.

for Scotland, 29, 248.

in North Britain or Scot land, proposals for salaries to, 341, 344.

of the Outports, parchment books for, 315.

promoted, 74.

salaries of, 376, 425, 439.

customers, 116, 189, 268.

appointment of, 438.

in debt and absconded, 279.

of the Outports, accounts, fees for passing, 315;

parchment books etc. for, 315.

salary of, 268.

debts, compositions for, 95, 137, 138.

demands on, by the Lords of Session and Lords Commissioners of Justiciary, 505–6.

deputy collector, imprisoned for debt, 436.

deputy comptrollers, 189, 268.

deputy customer, 100.

deputy searchers, 147.

drawback, debentures for, 256, 257;

for herrings, 417;

frauds in, 24, 193, 276, 330, 417;

on duties on Tin, 188;

on German linen, 84.

Duties:

arrears of, issues out of, 5, 91, 121.

horses exported free of, 444.

in Scotland, method of com puting, 27.

Additional Impositions, deficiency of, and application of revenue to, 75;

deficiency on, cleared, 75;

receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74, 79, 104, 134, 150, 174, 198–9, 238, 274, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 469, 497, 522;

surplus of, after satisfying loans on, payment out of to Deficient Funds, 75.

Coinage Duty, issues out of, 36, 161.

Continued Impositions, receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74, 79, 104, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 274, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 469, 497, 522.

Impost, anno 1690, payment out of, 271.

Impost, anno 1692–3, payment out of, 271.

New Customs, receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74. 79, 104, 134, 150, 174, 198, 238, 274, 309–10. 348, 398, 424, 427, 469, 497, 522.

New Impositions, general account of, for 1¼ years to Xmas 1698, Exchequer fees on passing, 402.

New Subsidy, payment out of, 271.

on coals, culm and cinders, order on, lost, 107;

payment out of, 271.

on cork (as by 1 Anne, c. 1), 382.

on French goods, Twenty five per cent. Duty, arrears of, issues out of, 91, 155, 227;

payments out of, 121, 425, 512.

on French prize wines, 15l. per ton appropriated on (as by 2–3 Mine, c. 18, clauses 5 and 16), 286, 345–6, 482.

on French ships, 5s. per ton on, arrears of, issues out of, 155, 227;

issues out of, 512.

on goods, from Pennsylvania, account of demanded, 208.

on goods, imported into Scotland and brought into England, papers and reports on, 361–4.

on linen thread and tape, 148.

on linens, 146.

on salt. See Salt.

on tar, 364.

on tin, 188.

on tobacco, payment out of 271.

on vinegar, payment out of, 271.

on wines, 191, 346;

(as by 1 Anne, c. 1), 382;

payment out of, 271.

One Third Tonnage and Poundage. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

Plantation duties, issues out of, 512.

Subsidies, Impositions and Duties, Act for continuing (as by 6 Anne, c. 27), loans on, 469;

loans on, issues out of, 24–5, 25, 232, 233, 234, 235;

loans on, warrant to take in, 232, 357.

Tonnage and Poundage (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23 [9–10 Wm. III]), 69, 382.

(as by 1 Anne, c. 1), 382.

(as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18), (One Third Tonnage), 199, 302;

issues out of, 271, 490;

loans on, issues out of, 115, 118;

surplus, issues out of, 24.

(as by 3–4 Anne, c. 3), (Two Thirds Subsidy), payment out of, 271.

(as by 4–5 Anne, c. 18), 90, 199, 320.

Twenty Five per cent. Duty. See Customs—duties, on French goods.

Two Thirds Subsidy. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

establishment, North Britain or Scotland, 487;

irregularity in appointing officers, 400;

persons admitted into, conditions to be observed by, 366.

estimates of, in the 15th Article of the Treaty of Union, 506.

examiner inwards, London port, (H. Granger), allowance and salary to, 471.

Farmers, in Scotland, 267.

fees, out of, anciently assigned to the Clerk of the Pells, 176.

frauds, boatmen dismissed for, 100;

in drawbacks, 24, 193;

prosecution for, 479;

report by the House of Commons on, 227.

gaugers, 246.

goods free of, 68, 276.

House, London, 4, 24, 31, 120, 121, 188, 281, 289, 366, 369, 444, 473;

Bill Office, 445;

duties and charges at, 208;

printing work, petition for, 157;

smack, 319.

Berwick, 320.

Chester, 332.

Cowes, 122–3.

Dublin, 276.

Edinburgh, 340, 428.

Inspector of the Outports Collectors' accounts, (G. Langton), 287.

Inspector of the River (W. Crouch, E. Evans,) 189.

jerquer, 109.

landcarriagemen, 146.

landsearchers, 100.

landsurveyors, 146.

landwaiters, appointments of, 136, 147. 188, 189, 237, 268;

assaulted, 362;

dismissed, 136;

exchanging places, 188;

promoted, 268;

resigns, 147 268;

salary augmented, 268.

laws, persons conversant with, to be added to the Exchequer in Scotland, 29, 248.

licence, to compound for a seizure of glass, 68.

messenger of the Chamber attending (J. Thorowkettle), 73, 158, 228, 344, 468.

money, carried into the Receipt, 207;

paid into the Exchequer, 64;

returned through a corn factor, 436;

tallies for, fee for joining, 64.

New Customs. See Customs—duties.

Office, 99;

stationers to (J. Basket, J. Sharp), 99.

officers, at Newcastle, petition for employment in Scotland, 254.

composition money, 68.

deputy, assessments, repayment of, 403.

for North Britain, establishment of and form of obligation for, 428–9, 442–3.

frauds and corruptions among, 100.

in North Britain or Scotland, instructions to concerning coastwise goods, 52;

proposals for salaries to, 341, 344;

to make an account of goods imported, 28, 248.

oil detained by, 82.

Plantations, salary bill, 159, 381.

presentments of, 34.

sent to Scotland to assist in collecting duties, 27.

to accept Exchequer Bills, 332.

to be appointed for the management of the Customs in Scotland, 209.

to go to Scotland, 286.

to govern themselves by the opinions of the Attorney General and Solicitor General, 269.

viewing goods, 7.

One Third Tonnage and Pound age. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

organisation of, in Scotland, from 1 May, 1707, series of papers relative to, 254–9.

Outports, books, examiner of (B. Dawney, W. Heyes), 100;

collectors of, payment to for raising Navy seamen, 37;

examiners (four) of Quarter Book, additional salary to, 271;

salary bills. See Customs—salary;

Surveyor of (W. Waterson), 374.

prevention against running whalebone, 7.

professor of book-keeping recommended for a place in, 359.

quaymen, continued as a nursery for the instruction of new officers, 109;

to take account of timber ships, 109.

Queen's waiters, 126;

appointments of, 116, 117, 159, 454, 491;

deputy to, 117, 126;

salaries, 159, 208, 223.

Receiver General and Cashier, England (H. Ferne), 37, 54, 60, 64, 158, 207, 397.

accounts, allowances in, 207.

clerk under (C. Graydon), chosen as Receiver General of Customs for Scotland, 259.

fees to, for passing Customers' accounts, 315.

Navy bills made out to, 37.

payments by, 60, 64, 74, 157, 159, 228, 229, 268, 315, 332, 344, 357, 374, 376, 425, 430, 467, 468, 508.

receipts from the Four and a Half per cent. duty paid to, 511.

wines deposited with, 20.

Receiver General and Cashier, North Britain or Scotland (C. Graydon), 29, 248, 255, 298, 325;

appointment of, 259, 298;

clerks to, salaries, 259, 298;

salary of, 259, 298.

Register of Certificates in Guernsey (S. Blinston, R. Lee, J. Poole), 188, 312;

clerk under (J. Thompson), 312;

petition for the place of, 145, 147.

revenues, Scotland, Exchequer Court for the decisions of questions concerning the, 208–9.

riding officers, appointments of, 268,472;

for preventing the export of wool, 146, 268;

promoted, 268;

relinquishes, 472.

riding surveyor, 110, 117, 345, 439;

for Scotland, proposed, 367;

for the guard of the coast of North Britain, 351, 365–7.

running goods without payment of, verdict against, 312.

salary bills, Edinburgh and Leith, 487;

London port, 67, 159, 228;

Outports, England, 67, 159, 228, 381, 468;

Outports North Britain, 487

searchers, 512.

appointments of, 74, 146, 159, 189, 237, 268, 381, 439, 444;

dismissed, 381;

exchange of ports, 381–2;

moiety of a seizure for, 107;

parchment books for, 315;

petition of, 254;

promoted, 268;

re-loading Certificate Goods, 473;

resignation of, 74;

salary of, 208, 229.

Secretary of, England (R. Savage), 364, 366;

office of, clerk in (C. Carkesse), 258.

Secretary of, Scotland or North Britain (J. Boughton, C. Carkesse L. Norman), 29, 248, 255, 258, 259, 314.

seizures of uncustomed goods, 66, 68, 82, 93, 107, 110, 123, 152, 156, 168, 281, 285, 315, 337–8, 397, 401, 403, 444, 527.

in Scotland, report on, 319–21.

register of (J. Erle, G. Hutchinson), fees, 73, 127.

Writ of Delivery out of the Exchequer Court for, 362, 370;

fees for, 362, 363.

sloop, St. George, commander of (J. Writtle), petition of, 405.

smacks, for guarding the coasts of Scotland, 400.

Solicitor of, England, (J. Brydges), 285, 338, 346, 362, 370, 511;

altering forms of bonds etc. upon occasion of the Union, 29.

Solicitor of, North Britain or Scotland (C. Eyre), 29, 43, 248, 255, 366, 400;

appointment of, 259;

assistant to (G. Dalrymple), 43, 400, 453;

clerks to, salaries, 258, 259, 314;

salary of, 258, 259, 314.

standing orders, rules and instructions, to be furnished for the service of Scotland, 27.

Surveyor General of, London port, parchment books etc. for, 315;

of the riding officers (H. Baker), 340;

reversionary grants of the office of, 357.

surveyors, 109, 159;

appointments of, 116, 188, 189, 268, 439, 515;

assistant to (R. Loghlin), 189;

at Berwick, complaint against, 361–4;

deputy to (—. Andrews), 109;

exchange of ports, 146, 381–2;

in the Outports, collection of Salt duties, 113;

of searchers, London port (J. Dove), reward to, 401;

of the Outports (Sir E. Turner, W. Waterson), 316, 374;

petition for place as, 126;

petition of, 110;

preferred, 189;

to board ships and inspect waiters' ad-measurements, 109;

to go to Scotland and make a report, 23.

tidesmen, appointments of, 74, 100, 116, 136, 146, 147, 188, 189, 237, 268, 345, 382, 439, 459, 476, 480, 492;

dismissed, 116, 136, 189;

drowned, 116, 147, 480;

petition of, 145, 347;

preferred, 268;

promoted, 74, 136, 146, 381, 382;

relinquished, 268;

resignations of, 146, 188;

seizure by, 93, 337.

tidesurveyors, 100, 136, 189, 337, 472.

tidewaiters, 515.

timber waiter, 109.

transires, 259, 366.

Two Thirds Subsidy. See Customs—duties, Tonnage.

waiters, appointments of, 74, 146, 189, 237, 381, 382, 439;

dismissed, 381;

exchange of ports, 146, 268, 381–2;

for timber ships, 109;

resigns, 74.

warehousekeeper, at Berwick, complaint against, 361–4;

London port (J. Dobson), 369, 370.

watchmen, London port, 146.

weigher and marker, 509.

weighers, 268, 459.

weighing porters, 100, 189.

weights and measures for, to be sent to Scotland, 365–6, 367.

wine taster, London port, allowance to, 468–9;

petition for employment as, 66.

Wood Office, method of managing, 109.