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'Index of Subjects: U-Z', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 702-706. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90528 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Umbrellas, for Maids of Honour, 272, 458;

for the Queen's garden house, 308.

UNION with Scotland, Treaty of, 495.

Act for (6 Anne, c. 11), 208, 254, 257, 264.

making standard pieces of gold and silver in conformity with, 302, 309.

part of, concerning the continuing the Mint in Scotland, reports on, 263–6.

registration of ships under, 452.

Articles of, 363, 416.

1st Article, concerning trade, 370.

4th Article, interpretation of, 256, 257, 258, 370.

5th Article, privileges to Scotch ships under, 488.

6th Article, exemption from Excise duties under, 460, 461, 464;

for equalising trade and Customs, 462;

interpretation of, 257;

recompense to the city of Carlisle and to persons deprived of the tolls under, 241, 245.

7th Article, ratal of the Scots gallon with the English gallon under, 478–9;

relating to duties on Excise, 462.

14th Article, imposition on malt, 494;

provision for the public charge and service of Scotland made under, 347–8.

15th Article, Equivalent to be answered to Scotland under, 300–1;

estimate of C1ustoms under, 506.

17th Article, concerning weights and measures, 367.

18th Article, concerning Customs laws, 505.

19th Article, concerning Court of Exchequer for Scotland, 494;

concerning Court of Justiciary, Court of Session or College of Justice, Scotland, 505–6.

20th Article, to preserve private rights, 462.

21st Article, to preserve private rights, 462.

25th Article, 462; Customs appropriation, 505; trade, 370.

coin of Scotland reduced to the English standard and value under, 301.

coinage of copper farthings and halfpence wanting under, 467.

collar of SS for each Herald-at-Arms in accordance with, 308.

collars of SS for Serjeants-at-Arms and Heralds in accordance with, 307.

collection of Customs and Excise upon the, consultation concerning, 244.

Customs bonds altered upon occasion of, 29.

difficulties relating to wines from Scotland, 369–70.

Ensigns Armorial settled in accordance with, 308.

Equivalent, The (to be answered to Scotland for becoming chargeable with duties applicable to the payment of English debts, a sum agreed by the Commissioners, as by the 15th Article of the Treaty), 26, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41–2, 300–1.

charge of sending to Scotland to be borne by her Majesty. 41

Commission for, adjusted and past the great Seal, 321;

draft of, 34;

four English members of, introduced to the Commissioners at Edinburgh, 352.

Commissioners for (Sir A. Hume and 24 others), 300–1, 410.

appointed by the Bank, 36, 348–9,

four, desire gold for the payment of, 41, 411.

letter from, 38.

to appoint a cashier, 36.

to repair to Edinburgh, 36.

warrant for 398,085l. 10s. 0d. to, 331.

dispositions, payments and applications of, amount of, 300–1.

Exchequer Bills, in part payment of, 332;

to be exchanged under, 36.

fund, ½ per cent. to the Bank for exchange of foreign coin to be borne out of, 445.

gold, for the payment of, 41, 411.

money for, paid in Scotland, difficulties of, 38;

proportion of sent to Scotland in shillings and sixpences, 423;

received by the Mint in Scotland, 353, 423;

received in London, danger of carriage to Scotland, 38;

receiver of, security for, 38;

sent to Scotland, proposals for, 37.

payments to be reimbursed out of, 343–4.

proposals for sending, in waggons or on horses, 37.

public notice concerning, 42.

sent to Scotland, carriage for, 41–2;

convoy of 20 men for, 42.

to be sent to Edinburgh, 348.

influence of, upon the common course and balance of trade provided for in Articles 1, 4 and 25, 370.

interest paid on the stock of the African and Indian Company of Scotland under, 301.

jewels and collars for Clarencieux and Norroy King in accordance with, 308.

jewels, chain, collar of SS and sceptre for Garter King in accordance with, 308.

memorial of the Customs Commissioners relating to, 251.

ratification by the parliament of Scotland, date of, 488.

report by the Customs Commissioners on seizures in Scotland after the, 319–21.

series of papers and reports etc. relative to the organization of the Customs, Excise and Mint consequent upon the, 254–66.

staff of gold for the Earl Marshal in accordance with, 307.

transires, 34;

form of, approved by the Lord Treasurer, 34;

to be sent to Scotland, 35, 285.

Upholsterers, 242, 247.

V

Valances, 247.

Vellum, stamped. See Stamp Duties.

Vellum, writing, flourishing and embellishing on, 329, 517.

Victualling. See Navy.

Vinegar, duties on. See Customs—duties;

Excise—duties;

for the Navy, 78.

Vinellos, 290.

Vintner, 279, 307.

W.

Waistcoats, for soldiers, price of, 123.

Waiters. see Customs.

War, Articles of, books of, 294.

War, The, extraordinary services of, order for, issues out of, 1, 22. 59, 65, 83, 85, 98, 107, 115, 116, 127, 131, 143, 235, 270, 409.

War, The Dutch, 115.

War, The, in Italy, payment for services relating to, 41, 405.

War, The, in Spain, 3, 87.

War, The, with France, 4s2, 525.

Wardrobe, Great, Clerk of (T. Townsend), widow of, pension to, 181.

gold lace delivered into, 377.

Master of (Duke of Montagu) issues to, 10, 18, 41, 53, 133, 175, 377, 408, 412, 446, 502:

payment by, 377;

warrants to, for delivery out of coats of arms, furniture, necessaries for the Queen, etc., 100, 104, 113, 125, 151, 167, 192, 242, 244, 272. 308, 321, 328. 400, 402, ? 404, 414, 435, 450, 458, 501, 511

Office, debts, issues for, 133, 408.

Wardrobe, Removing, officers of, necessaries for, 511 ;

payment to, 426.

Page of (R. Hallet), disbursements by, payment for, 222.

Pages of, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages for, 452.

Yeoman of (P. Hume), delivery of sundry necessaries to for the Queen's service, 242;

report on organs by, 333.

Wards and Liveries, Court of, abolished by Act of Parliament [12 Charles II, c. 24], 211 ;

suppression of, Hereditary Excise granted to the Crown in return for the, 214.

Watch, a gold striking, 86;

repeating, 425.

Watchmen See Customs.

Water Engine, Windsor, Keeper of (J. Taylor), fee of, 127, 372, 514.

Watermen. See Royal Watermen.

Weighers. See Customs.

Weighing Porters. See Customs.

Weights and Measures, —

Averdupois, standard weights, made bell fashion, 265, 266;

made flat, called flatweights, 265, 266.

boils (of malt), 461.

bushel, standard measure, 265, 266.

certificate of differences between, 477.

for the Customs in Scotland, 365–6, 367.

gallon, cubic measurement of, 477, 493;

English ale, weight of, 472;

English and Scotch, difference between, 472, 478–9, 493;

standard, in the Exchequer, 265, 266;

wine, for Scotland, 266, 300;

wine, new (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 27), warrant for making, 35, 245.

memorial of the Commissioners of Excise, North Britain, concerning differences with English measures, 472, 477–9, 493.

method of making and despatching to cities and boroughs, 265.

pint, cubic measurement of, 477;

Scotch, Troy weight of, 472;

standard, in the Exchequer, 265, 266.

quart, cubic measurement of, 477;

ale, standard, Excise duties in Scotland to be collected according to, 477;

English ale, weight of, 472;

English standard, 479;

standard, in the Exchequer, 265, 266.

standards of, for Scotland, 209, 254, 265–6, 300;

kept in the Exchequer Receipt, 209.

standard trial pieces, for Scotland, 38.

to be sent to Scotland, 35.

troy, made pyle fashion, weights of, 265;

one standard pile of to be made by the deputy chamberlains of the Exchequer for the Treasury of Scotland, 264;

one standard pile of, to be delivered to the Mint in Scotland, 264;

two new standard piles of to be made, one for each kingdom, 263;

two standard piles of, to be made by the Wardens of the Mint, 264;

two standard piles of, to be printed with a Rose crowned and a Thistle crowned, 266.

yard, standard, in the Exchequer, 265, 266.

Whalebone, running of, prevention of, 7.

Whale fins, duty on, receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74, 79, 104, 134, 150, 174, 198, 238, 274, 309, 348, 398, 424, 447, 469, 522.

Wheat, carried to Alicante, 296;

to be bought up by the Commissioners for Transports, 55.

Window curtains, 242, 247.

Windows, duty on. See Houses;

for Somerset House, 247.

Wine cooper, 290.

Wine gallon. See Weights and Measures—gallon.

Wine Licences, Commissioners for, 74, 134;

accounts, 190, 191, 306, 369.

contracts for, in Norfolk and Suffolk, 74.

Office, 74;

salary and incidents bill, 107,

Wines, bonds for, merchant's debts on, 75.

Canary, 136.

City impost on, 175.

Claret, 279, 307.

condemned and seized as a perquisite of the Admiralty, 94, 103, 120, 229, 450.

deposited with the Receiver General of Customs, duty on, 20.

duty on. See Customs—duties.

for the Navy, 78, 499.

for the Royal Household, 10, 120, 240, 352, 518.

French, 362, 430, 450, 458, 459–60, 468–9;

brought in collusively, petition concerning, 337, 345–6;

duty on See Customs—duties;

red and white, 94.

from St. Sebastian, 338.

from Scotland, glut of, 469.

from Villa Franca, 422.

gallon. See Weights and Measures—gallon.

imported, allowances given on, 66;

by merchants, information against, 136;

into England from Scotland, 496;

into England from Scotland, reports and orders on, 369–71;

imported into Scotland, 362, 363.

loaded at Oporto, 382.

Low, duties on, continuation of (as by 6 Anne, c. 2), 217.

exemption from, claimed by owners of sugar manufactories, 462–4.

innovation of a lost order on, 421.

loans on, 456;

interest on, 481.

tallies and orders on, 5, 17, 92, 142, 297, 454, 456–7.

Madeira, 75.

Portugal, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Prizage and Butlerage of, in Ireland, lease of, 164, 232;

London port, Farmers of, cause between the Crown and, 20, 53, 69, 96.

prize, 191, 279, 286, 291, 306–7, 346, 358, 482.

Rhine, 289.

seized, 94, 315, 450, 482;

sold by auction, 337–8.

Spanish, 254.

taken in a ship, distribution of the proceeds of, 191, 286.

Viana, 322.

white, 168, 191.

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

petition for employment as, 66.

Wood, duties on, farm of, termination of, 109.

Woods and Forests, Trent North, Surveyor General of (T. Hewett), half-yearly payment to, 63, 165, 420.

Trent South, Surveyor General of (E. Wilcox), 32, 86, 114, 148, 149, 153, 165, 175, 182, 190, 220, 225, 229, 230, 246, 284, 289, 318, 420, 456, 458, 518;

half-yearly payments to, 63, 165, 420;

issues to and payments by, 153, 190, 225, 518;

reports by, 225, 318, 329–30.

named:

Bere Forest.

Dean Forest.

New Forest.

Rockingham Forest.

Salcey Forest.

Waltham Forest.

Whittlewood Forest.

Windsor Forest.

Wool, bonds, 366.

course, manufacture of, encouragement of, money for, 301.

conveyed into Scotland, person convicted for, 186

exportation or transportation of, person in custody for, 369.

persons fined on a verdict for, 458.

prevention of, 146, 405.

prosecution for, 321.

to France, prevention of, 121;

prosecution for, 512;

prosecutions in Romney Marsh for, 95.

troops to assist magistrates to prevent, 119, 345.

shorn on the coasts, registration of, 340.

Woollen Manufactures, readmitted to Portugal by treaty, 346;

sent to Spain, 505.

WORKS, artificers, debts of, issues for, 448, 489.

carver (G. Gibbons), salary, 64, clerk of (C. Wren), salary, 64.

Comptroller of (J. Vanbrugh), salary, 63.

Exchequer Office, for annuities, 85.

Hampton Court Gardens, 213, 252.

Horse Guards, 277.

in Gardens and Parks, 213, 252, 417, 418.

Kensington Gardens and Parks, 213, 252.

master bricklayer (R. Stacey), salary, 64.

master carpenter (M. Banks), salary, 64.

master glazier (W. Ireland), salary, 64.

master joiner (A. Fort), salary, 64.

master mason (B. Jackson), salary, 64.

master plaisterer (J. Grove), salary, 64.

Office of, debt in, clearings, issues for, 133, 186, 365;

organs gilded and painted in, 333.

Officers of, fees and salaries, 166, 377, 418, 507.

Principal, 85, 109, 176, 213, 277, 417, 435, 449, 453, 520, 530.

Paymaster of (C. Dartiquenave, T. Lloyd), 82, 128, 133, 142, 143, 252, 448, 455, 489, 499, 503.

cash, security of, room for, 212.

fees, 82.

grant of office to, 82.

issues to, 10, 19, 46, 68, 128, 133, 142, 186, 217, 252, 291, 335, 365, 448, 455, 489, 499, 503, 529.

office, 212.

payments by, 68, 217, 252, 335, 455, 499, 529.

riding charges, 82.

salary, 64.

plombery, in the Tower, 453.

plumber, at Windsor (J. Roberts), salary, 64.

purveyor (C. Hobson), salary, 64.

St. James's Gardens and Parks, 213, 217, 252.

serjeant painter (T. Highmore), salary, 64

serjeant plumber (C. A1herton), salary, 64.

Surveyor General of (Sir C. Wren), salary, 63;

to report on the House of Commons, 33.

Tilt Yard Guards, 277.

Whitehall, 277.

Windsor, 10, 111, 133, 169, 186, 213, 252, 381, 470, 489.

Woodstock, 10, 20, 23, 31, 40, 42, 45, 51, 81, 132, 190, 281, 284, 336, 403, 419, 441, 494, 520.

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

Wrecks, in the West Indies, grant of, 193.

Y.

Yard, measure. see weight and Measures.

Yeoman of the Revels. see Queen's Masks.

Yeomen of the Guard, attending the progress to Newmarket, wages for, 452;

Captain of, to the late King (Earl of Manchester), salary, 167.



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