Index of Subjects
Q, R

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'Index of Subjects: Q, R', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 691-694. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90525 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Q.

Quart measure. See Weights and Measures.

Quarterly Poll. See Assessments.

Quaymen. See Customs.

Queen's Advocate for Prizes (N. Lloyd, S. Wailer), salary, 239.

Queen's Apothecary (J. Chase, D. Malthus), payments to, 63, 166, 221, 376, 420, 507.

Queen's Barges Master of, (J. Warner), liveries for himself and the Royal Watermen, 501;

payment to, 426.

Queen's Bench, clerk for the Crown in (S. Harcourt), allowance to, 60, 373.

Crown Office, 444;

printing account, 129.

prison, 195.

tapestry hangings for, 114.

Queen's Bench, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Queen's Bounties and Pensions. See Queen's—Private Pensions.

Queen's Bounty, Commissioners, cane chairs for, 242;

Governors of, Court of, minute of, 128.

Queen's chapels, bibles and common prayer books for, 272.

Queen's Counsel ([R.] Eyre, Sir W. Whitlock), 1.59, 367.

Queen's First Serjeant at Law (Sir T. Powys), payment to, 404.

Queen's Goldsmith (S. Smethyn), payments to, 218, 508.

Queen's Harbinger (P. Laroche), petition of, 417.

Queen's Hawks, Master of (Duke of St. Albans), payments to, 63, 89, 167, 376, 418, 507.

Queen's Latin Secretary (R. Hill), salary, 64, 426.

Queen's Library, at St. James's, removal to Cotton House, 118.

Queen's Library Keeper (R. Bentley), payments to, 63, 165, 302, 375, 420, 507.

Queen's Locksmith (P. Harris), petition of, 530.

Queen's Masks and Revels, Comptroller of (L. Symes), payment to, 59–60;

Master of (C. Killigrew), payment to, 59;

Yeoman of (H. Harris), executors of, payment to, 60.

Queen's Messenger Extraordinary, attending the Auditor of Wales (T. Lloyd), escutcheon for, 414.

Queen's Printers (E. Brewster, J. Williams), accounts of and payment to, 129;

to send out copies of Acts, 294.

Queen's Private Pensions and Bounties, issues for, 30, 38, 94, 162, 267, 273, 314, 416. 470;

Paymaster of (S. Compton, E. Nicholas), 38, 161, 210, 2). 250, 487, 502;

payment of, 157–8, 161, 10, 229, 487, 502;

sub-almoner of (R. Battle), 229.

Queen's Proctor (T. Smith), 243.

Queen's Ratkiller (W. Hester, W. Martin), livery for, 167, 450;

payment to, 336, 486.

Queen's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court—Queen's.

Queen's Roads, Keeper or Surveyor of (M. Studholme), patent fee and riding allowance, 63, 374;

payment to, 499;

petition of, 176.

repair of, 176, 252, 499.

Queen's Strewer of Herbs (E. Jax), livery for, 125.

Queen's Sub-Almoner (R. Battle), 229.

Queen's Swans, marking and nesting, 487.

Queen's Tennis Courts, Keeper of (H. Moore), payments to, 62, 165, 375, 419, 510.

Queen's Tin, consigned to Hamburg, 57.

Queen's Watchmaker in Ordinary (T. Herbert), fee to, 303.

Quilt, white satin, 247.

Quit Rents, Jamaica, 205;

Virginia, 103, 106, 155, 200, 201, 203, 248, 411. See also Crown Lands;

Index of Persons and Places—Ireland, Lands.

R.

Receiver, to take offerings in a chapel, 100, 414.

Records, arranging of, 158, 239, 357, 464;

digesting of, 57 ;

Keeper of (Sir A. May, W. Petit, R. Topham), 181, 211, 470;

Office of, 277, 291;

ordering and sorting of, 172, 349;

transcribing of, 373–4, 399.

Recusants. See Roman Catholics.

Reeds, for weavery, 322.

Reis. See Coins.

Rents. See Fee Farms;

Lands;

Quit Rents.

Restoration, The, 105, 214.

Revels. See Queen's Masks.

Revolution, The, 244, 396;

lands for feited at, 58.

Rewards, for an intimation of capture of Prize wines, 291 ;

for apprehending a robber, 446;

for apprehending counterfeiters, 243;

for arresting a coiner, 243–4;

for arresting highwaymen, 244, 339;

for preventing the export of money, 401.

Ribbon, gold and taffety, 86.

Riding surveyor. See Customs.

Roads. See Queen's Roads.

Rollers, cast and hammered. See Mint.

Rolls, Master of the (H. Powle, Sir J. Trevor), 211.

Roman Catholics (Jesuits, etc.), premises forfeited by, 58 bis.

Recusants, business of, allowance to the Clerk of the Pipe for, 60;

convictions, drawing down, allowance for, 324;

forfeitures, records of, 187, 372.

Royal Bedchamber, Gentlewomen of (A. Cooper, B. Danvers, M. Fielding, A. Hill), appointment of a, 502;

salaries, 61, 159, 222, 332, 470, 502.

Groom of the Stole and First Lady of the (Duchess of Marlborough), salary, 61, 159, 222, 332.

Ladies of (Countess of Burling ton, Lady Freschevile, Lady Henrietta Godolphin styled Viscountess Rialton, Marchioness of Hartington, Lady Hyde, Duchess of Ormonde, Countess of Scarborough, Duchess of Somerset, Countess of Sunderland), salaries, 61, 159, 222, 332, 470.

at Newmarket, necessaries for, 458.

at Windsor, necessaries for, 435.

Maids of Honour (E. Collier, M. Forrester, J. Kingdon, A. Smith, M. Stanhope, C. Temple), salaries, 61, 159, 222, 332, 470;

umbrellas for, 272, 458.

women at Newmarket, beds for, 113;

in waiting at Kensington, canopy for, 167.

Royal Bounty, names of recipients—

Bayley, T.

Benson, G.

Boisrond, S.

Brown, H.

Bruges, alias Pride, Rebecca.

Carlisle, Sarah, widow.

Christian, —, widow.

College, Mrs. Edith.

Dirchson, M.

Farthing, Mrs. Elizabeth.

French Protestants.

Galway, Earl of.

Hamil, W.

Home, F.

Mackay, Brid.

Marlborough, Countess Dowager of.

Maule, R.

Meese, Eliz.

O'Brien, M.

Peterborough, Earl of.

Pitt, J.

Power, Lord.

Pride, Mrs. Rebecca.

Purdon, Mary.

Rycaute, Charlotte.

Stepney, poor of.

Strother, Mrs. Margaret.

Tagg. W.

Wapping, poor of.

Watkins, Eliz.

Whittell, J.

Winstanley, Eliz.

Wooller, Jane, widow.

Royal Gardens, estimates for, 213, 417, 418.

Keepers of (J. English, R. Ford), fees, 62, 165, 303, 372.

keeping, issues for, 68, 143, 217, 252, 335, 455, 529.

land taken into, 90.

supplying water to, 450.

named, at—

Hampton Court.

Kensington.

London and Westminster—St. James's.

Newmarket.

Windsor.

ROYAL HOUSEHOLD, accounts, 230.

apothecary to (W. Jones), fees, 315, 371, 420, 506;

attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452.

arrears, due to the late King's household, 473.

backstairs, waiting room at, window curtains in, lace for, 242.

board wages, issues for, 129, 314, 335–6, 421, 427, 437, 470, 481, 495, 509.

cart-takers, payment to, 129.

chirurgeons, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452.

clockmaker, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452.

coffer bearers (—. Walters, M. Wolrich), arrears due to, 441.

attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452;

salary, 440.

Cofferer (Earl of Bradford, Francis Godolphin styled Viscount Rialton), issues to, 6, 10, 19, 22, 40, 42, 43, 45, 50, 52, 94, 103, 120, 129, 167–8, 186, 194, 198, 210, 223, 240, 314, 335–6, 352, 421, 427, 437, 440, 470, 473, 481, 495, 509, 518.

office of, 194.

payments by, 194, 198, 352.

Comptroller of (Sir T. Mansell, Earl of Wharton), 287 ;

arrears of salary to, 230.

establishment, issues for, 19, 22, 40, 42, 43, 45, 50, 52, 94, 103, 186, 210;

pensions on, 94, 238.

Greencloth, Board of, 94, 230, 238, 240.

clerk of (Sir J. Forbes), arrears due to, 473.

officer of (A. Rowe), 238.

silver dish for the Queen's use, delivered to, 104.

wines for the Household provided by, 352.

grooms of the chambers, dis bursements by, payment for, 222.

groom porter, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452.

Lord Chamberlain, 43, 100, 104, 113, 114, 125, 126, 151, 157, 160, 167, 192, 210, 222, 242, 244, 245, 247, 272, 307, 308, 321, 328, 402, 404, 414, 435, 440, 450, 452, 458, 485, 500, 501, 511.

letter of, 42.

office of, fees expended by the Chamber Treasurer's deputy and clerks at, 222;

necessaries for, 336.

necessary woman (M. Foyston), travelling charges, payment for, 222.

Pages of the Backstairs, attending the Queen, travelling charges, 221.

Pages of the Presence (J. Dawson, A. Reynolds), riding charges, 440.

Physician, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages, 452.

servants of, attending the Queen in her progress to Winchester, hire of lodgings for, 222;

below stairs, wages to, 336;

going to Newmarket, issue for, 46;

issues for, 94, 186;

medicines for, 221.

Vice-Chamberlain (P. Bertie, T. Coke), quarterly allowance to, 96, 157, 225, 341, 465;

sworn, 140.

wages, issues for, 129, 314, 335–6, 421, 427, 437, 470, 481, 495, 509.

waiting rooms, window curtains for, 242.

wines for, 10, 120, 24o, 352, 518.

Royal Mews and Stables, at Charing Cross, damage at caused by the great storm, 128.

at St. James's, water for, 222.

extraordinaries for, 18, 41, 416, 518.

Master of the Horse (Duke of Somerset), 455;

issues to, 174, 416;

payment by for repairs at the Royal Mews, 518.

repairs to, due to the great storm, 109.

servants of, medicines and physic for, 221.

Royal Parks, works in, 213, 252, 417, 418.

named:

Hampton Court—Bushy Park;

House Park, Middle Park.

Kensington.

London and Westminster—Hyde Park;

St. James's.

Richmond.

Windsor Great Park.

Windsor House Park.

Windsor Little Park.

Royal Watermen, 48 in number, bills of, 133, 426;

liveries for, 114. 501;

marking and nesting swans, payment to for, 487.

Rum, delivered free to a shipmaster etc., 209;

seizure of, 168.