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'Index of Subjects: T', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 699-702. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90527 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Tables, for the Queen, 104.

Taffeta, crimson, for lining, 247.

Tape, from Holland, 134, 148, 511.

Tapestry hangings, 114, 247, 272.

Tar, for the Navy, 11, 137;

from Norway, 362, 364;

imported duty on, 364.

TAXES, Agent for (R. Barker, W. Clayton, R. Shoreditch), 21, 39, 51, 54, 55, 67, 68, 73, 87, 90, 102, 105, 108, 114, 121, 130, 151, 152, 156, 158, 167. 176, 182, 192, 199, 245, 253, 267, 279, 280, 284, 318, 322, 331, 335, 351, 361, 371, 410, 414, 422, 437, 471, 486, 494, 509, 510, 515, 524, 531.

clerk to (R. Millart), salary, 67, 156, 228, 340, 473.

clerk of (four), payment to, in connection with the duties on Houses, 130.

employed in getting in arrears of the duties on Marriages, 102.

messenger to, salary, 156, 228, 340, 473.

naming Receivers for the Land Tax, 21 bis.

Office of, incidents bills, 158, 322, 465, 470.

payment to, in connection with the duties on Houses, 130.

reports by, 176, 298.

salaries of, 73, 152, 227, 341, 464.

arrears of, payment out of, 43

collectors of, prosecuted, 316;

report about, 51.

payment of, exemption claimed by Portuguese subjects under a Treaty of Union, 410–1.

Receivers General of, 429, 467, 524, 526;

allowances to on losses by returns, 510;

debts of, 105, 167, 180, 199, 245, 253, 297, 486;

extraordinary charges, allowances for, 151, 176, 267, 500, 509;

in arrear, 279, 331;

list of. 182–5;

stay of process against, 68;

surety bonds, 199.

Receivers of, 108;

complaint against, 87;

debts of, 176;

overpayment in accounts, 280;

petition of, for allowance of lost money, 279.

remitted through goldsmiths, 279.

Tennis Courts. See Queen's Tennis Courts.

Tenths. See First Fruits.

Thread, from Holland, 134, 148, 175, 511.

Tidesmen. See Customs.

Tidesurveyors. see Customs.

Tiles, bill for. 128.

Timber, for the Navy, 32, 93, 104, 329–30, 458 484–5;

from Norway, 109.

Tin, carried from St. Ives to Bristol, 206;

coinage mark on, 457;

consigned to Amsterdam and Hamburg 57, 514 ;

duties on, 188;

ore, black, smelting into white tin, patent for, 515 ;

ore, smelting, new method of, petition against by the Pewterers' Company, 516;

seizure of, 457 ;

sent to Holland, report on by the Mint Officers, 22;

ships, convoys for, 306, 144, 491.

Tobacco, bonds, 95, 135, 137;

drawback debentures, 256, 257;

duty on, see Customs—duties;

for Scotland, 281;

imported into Ireland, 459;

landed in Scotland, full duties to be paid on, 346;

Virginian, 200, 202.

Tolls, compensation for loss of, 26, 241, 245;

lease of, 223.

Tonnage and Poundage. See Customs—duties.

Trade and Plantations, Act (as by 22 and 23 Car 11, c. 26), 428.

Board of, 56.

business, allowance to Privy Council Clerks for, 79, 164, 373, 418, 507, 517.

Commissioners of (W. Blathwaite, R. Cecil, Lord Dartmouth, Lord Herbert, Sir P. Meadows, R. Monckton, J Pollexfen, M. Prior, J. Pulteney, Earl of Stamford, G. Stepney), 11, 18, 24, 60, 113, 154, 164, 171, 175, 208, 230, 251, 300, 302, 355, 372, 439 453, 472, 482, 491, 509.

appointment of, 517.

clerks and officers to, salaries of, 60, 372, 403, 420, 507, 518.

doorkeepers, messengers and necessary women to, salaries of, 518.

incidents bills, 302, 425.

salaries of, 60, 128, 164, 372, 420, 507, 517.

secretary to (W. Popple, W Popple, junior), 60, 120, 164, 281, 347, 403, 425, 444, 507;

salary of, 60, 164, 372, 420, 507, 518.

Lords of, 140.

Transports, Commissioners for, 10, 11, 18, 38, 45, 54, 55, 111, 188, 214, 249, 275, 399, 426, 443, 450, 453, 479, 498.

accounts, 19, 112, 160, 359.

agents to, 268, 296.

issues to, 4, 38, 48.

memorial of, 297.

payment by, 338.

to buy up wheat, 55.

contract for, 498.

for the service of the war in Spain, 87.

Office, 4, 16, 25, 111, 249;

debts in, issue for, 87;

salary bills, 89, 297, 412, 468.

pacquet boat used as, 16.

provisions for, 275.

Receiver, Paymaster and Treasurer for (C. Mason, J. Nutin), 11, 25, 52, 111, 233, 249, 401.

accounts, 249, 401.

debts of, 104, 249, 471, 475, 486.

issues to, 16, 25, 45, 52, 87, 151, 163, 233, 296, 379, 441, 475.

loan by, 52.

order for locking up the cash, 11, 18, 111.

payments by, 16, 163, 441.

salary of, 249.

service, bills, issues for, 163, 197, 233;

debentures for, lost on board a pacquet, 152

ships, 16, 41, 275, 399, 450, 453.

Treason, persons outlawed for, 343.

TREASURY, England—

authority, to pay fees etc. accustomed to be paid to officers of the Exchequer, and other payments out of revenues, renewal of, 364.

books, 9

caveats, 217, 243, 252, 440, 442.

Clerk. See Treasury—Secretary.

chambers, 304, 350, 366, 370, 503.

fees, 207, 334.

indented trial pieces to be kept in, 264.

letters, payments for carrying, 232, 527.

Lord High Treasurer (Lord Godolphin), formal references, passim.

advice of the East India Companies, 5, 44–5, 46, 49.

approves, a new seal for Exchequer Bills, 23;

of a Spanish regiment being placed on the establishment, 139;

of Excise officers ordered to Scotland, 273;

the form of transires, from Scotland, 34.

at Windsor Castle, 41, 323, 531.

bills drawn on, 50.

Clerk of the Pells attending, 176.

commands of, received from Newmarket, 1.

contract for circulating Exchequer Bills, 278.

empowered to constitute Commissioners for the Alienation Office, 251.

house of, 52, 54.

letter to Lord Peterborough, 15–6.

messenger attending (J. Thorowkettle), 73, 158, 228, 344.

minutes concerning Exchequer Bills, 30.

printing account, 129.

reports to, concerning, continuing the Mint in Scotland, 263–6;

management of the Customs in Scotland. 255–7, 340–1;

management of the Excise in Scotland, 260–2;

standards of weights and measures to he sent into the several burghs in Scotland, 265–6;

trade with Scotland after the Union, 257–8.

salary of, 60, 140, 228, 332, 454, 527.

secretary to (W. Lowndes), 2, 7, 321.

Lords (in 1710), 112, 128.

Office, 471 ;

disbursements and attendance on, issues for, 64, 232, 332, 468;

necessaries for, 140, 332, 527.

Secretary or Clerk, procedure in writing up the Minute Book, 531–2.

Solicitor (H. Baker, W. Borrett), 97, 508;

accounts, 68, 382;

allowance to, 152, 165, 507.

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

Scotland or North Britain, 255, 263.

Exchequer for, deputy chamberlains of, pile of standard Troy weights to be made by, 264.

indented trial pieces to be kept in, 263, 264.

Lords (Earl of Forfar, F. Montgomery), 267, 321, 363, 368, 445, 460, 462, 478;

Act of, 463.

Lord Treasurer (Earl of Seafield). 445.

no money in, 343, 347–8, 445.

Treaties, Convention, dated 1703 February 22, pay for the Osnaburg troops, 179.

Convention Act, dated 1703 May 17, pay for the Palatine troops, 179.

Convention Act, dated 1703 February 23, pay for the regiment of Jamart, 179.

Convention Act, dated 1703 March 27, pay for the Saxe Gotha troops, 179.

Convention Act, dated 1703 March 13, pay for the troops of Munster, 179.

Convention Act, dated 1703 February 24, pay for Walef's dragoons, 179.

of Union with Scotland. See Union.

silver boxes for [the seals of], 104, 160, 308.

with the Circle of Swabia, 77, 178.

with the Duke of Brunswick and Luneberg, pay for the troops of Hanover, 178.

with the Elector of Treves, 1702 May 7, 77, 178, 180.

with Holland, dated 1703 March 15, pay for the regiments of Trogne and Cans, 179.

with Holland and the Duke of Holstein, 1703 March 15, pay for the Holstein Gottorp troops, 179 bis.

with the King of Denmark, 1701 June 15, 77, 178, 179, 180.

with the King of Portugal, 77, 83, 173, 178, 410–11, 411, 525.

with the King of Prussia, 1701–2, January 9, 66, 133, 143, 178.

with the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 40, 65–6, 77, 178, 466;

dated 1701–2, February 13, 178, 180;

dated 1703 March 31, 179;

dated 1707 March 25, 360.

Trinity House, members of, 8.

Troy weights. See Weights and Measures.

Trunks, for the Queen, 308.