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'Index: A', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 851-857. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92088 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Abbot, George, Deputy Paymaster of Forces in the northern parts of England, 717, 723, 733.

Abbs (Abbes, Abbey), Park Wood (co. Bucks), 486, 568, 779, 783.

Abenhall (co. Gloucester,), 276, 483, 484.

Abercrombie, Alexander, King's limner, Scotland, 478.

-, -, receiver for public creditors, Scotland, 484.

-, James, King's limner, Scotland, 478.

-, -, Attorney General of South Carolina, 64, 101.

-, -, (Ireland), 137.

Aberdeen (Scotland), Bishopric, 212, 651.

-, town, 3, 105, 212, 215, 218, 466, 654.

-, University, 212.

Aberdour, Lord. See Douglas, S. C.

Aberdovey (Merioneth), 38, 214, 646, 846.

Abergavenny, Lord. See Nevill, W.

Abernyte (co. Perth), 131, 578.

Aberystwith (co. Cardigan), 557.

Abingdon, Earl of. See Bertie, M.

Abney, Sir Thomas, Baron of the Exchequer, Justice of Common Pleas, 415, 434.

Academy of music. See Royal Academy.

Acadie. See Nova Scotia.

Accomack (Virginia), 210.

ACCOUNTS, 725, 745. See Aggregate fund; Alienation office; Barracks (Ireland); Beer; Civil list; Customs (Scotland); Deductions; Estimates; Exchequer (Receipt, salaries); Excise (duties, accounts); Fees; General Fund. Georgia (extraordinaries); Improvements; Jamaica (revenue); Linens (foreign, imports); National debt; Navy (cash); Navy (transport); Navy (victualling); Paxton, N.; Prices (of provisions, Ireland); Queen (Caroline, establishment); Salt duty; Sheriffs; Spiritous liquors; Wardrobe (debt), Whitefoord. A.; Wine licences. (revenue); Wool licences.

Accra (Gold Coast), 5, 451.

Acklam, (“Aclome”) (co. York), 755, 768, 775.

Ackwood Forest (co. Radnor), 125, 136.

Acquilar, Felix, Spanish prisoner, 65.

Acquittance money. See Wine Licences.

Acton, Andrew, 121.

-, Thomas, 839, 840.

Acton (co. Midd.), 35, 101.

Acts of Parliament. See Parliament.

Adair, Mr., 79.

-, Robert, 845.

Adams, James, Customs Officer, 210.

-, -, Clerk of the Stables, 280–1, 291, 296 575. See Royal Stables (clerk).

-, John, 217, 749, 791.

-, Sir Robert, 296.

-, William, a Wine Licence Commissioner, 436.

Adamson, Thomas, 841.

Adderley, John, 108, 210.

Addison, John, 213, 266.

Additional stamp duties. See Stamp Duties.

ADMIRALTY, 32 96, 107, 149, 246, 248, 260, 294, 312, 332, 380, 439, 446, 471, 477–8 493, 496, 499, 555, 673 732, 737, 740, 780, 782, 786.

-, charts, construction of, 5.

-, clerks, 70, 85–6, 143, 246, 306.

-, commission, 655.

-, Commissioners or Lords. See Bedford, Duke of; Sandwich, Earl of; Hamilton, A.; Beauclerk, V.; Baltimore, Lord C.; Anson, G.; Grenville, G.; Winchilsea, Earl of, 5, 45, 51, 83, 90, 245, 438, 441, 671–2, 680, 684, 691, 718–20, 725, 742, 807.

-, Court, 139–40, 147, 356, 366, 560, 572, 692, 702, 763, 769, 779. See Advocate General.

-, droits. 33, 613, 657, 701.

-, Office, 5, 242, 246, 293, 759, 768, 785, 788.

-, Secretary to, 85. See Burchet, J.; Corbet, T.

-, Solicitor of rights and perquisites of. See Winnington, F.

Adriatic sea, 51.

Advertisements [in Gazette], 41.

Advocate, King's, and Procurator General in Admiralty Courts and Ecolesiastical, 137, 139, 140, 147, 149, 560. See Paul, Dr. G.; Greenly, E.

-, General, Lord Advooate, Sootland, 248, 268, 320, 506, 535, 544. See Craigie, R.

Affleck, Alexander, 644.

Africa, 142, 327.

-, Company and its forts and settlements. See Royal Africa.

African trade, 39, 127.

Agar, John, 236.

Aggregate Fund (General or Aggregate), quarterly income of, 120, 146, 156, 353, 366, 375, 383, 522, 556, 573, 584, 718, 746, 756, 768, 780.

Agio, 226–7.

Agnew, David, 233.

-, James, 652

Ailesbury, Earl of. See Bruce, C.

Aislabie, William, an Auditor of Imprests. 5, 114–5, 136, 151, 177, 206, 244–5, 278, 353, 360–1, 375, 416, 544, 551, 555, 584, 586, 589–90, 608, 636, 661, 663, 757, 778, 785, 811.

Aix la Chapelle. 262, 794.

Akener, John, 598.

Alatamaha (Altamaha, river Georgia), 65.

Albany (New York), 267.

Albemarle, Earl and Countess of. See Keppel.

Albert, Thomas, 119, 230.

Alcock, Thomas, 288, 299, 412.

-, Reverend William, 306, 416.

Aldcliffe (“Aucliffe”) Hall (Lancaster), 536, 588, 723, 751, 766, 770, 774, 782.

Aldeburgh (Suffolk), 68, 216, 219, 249, 265, 438, 839, 846.

Aldrich, John, 249.

-, William (pension). 630 (Barrackmaster General, Dublin), 729.

Ale. See Beer.

Alexander, Samuel, 274, 369.

Aleyn, Giles, 213.

Algiers, 593. For ambassadorial service see Ambassadors to.

-, Dey of, 492, 496; royal present to, 630, 640; birth of a son to, 821.

-, English prisoners in, 492, 493.

Alice Holt Forest (co. Hants), 38, 108–9, 126, 130, 165, 180, 471, 565, 616.

-, Rangers of. See Mordaunt, J.

Alienations (King's or Queen's fines in Chancery), 654.

-, Commissioners of, 34, 132, 654. See Ashburnham, Sir W.; Cayley, C.; Donaldson, W.; Mussenden, H.

-, Office, 334, 476, 748.

Allanson, William, 646.

Allazin, Henry, 570.

Allely, William, 220, 282.

Allen (Allin), Edward, Consul [at Naples], 290.

-, Elizabeth, 547.

-, John, an apothecary of the Royal Household, 179, 206, 416, 608, 636, 811.

-, Joseph, 148, 157.

-, Joshua, 2nd Viscount Allen, 53, 137.

-, Lady, 312.

-, Phill., 219.

-, Ralph, farmer of the bye and cross road letters, 54, 61, 139, 294.

-, Robert, 255, 562, 845.

-, Thomas, wine merchant, 732, 735, 780, 786.

-, William, 208; sheriff of Pembroke, 418.

Allin (Allen), Sir Thomas, a Serjeant at Arms, 169, 183, 195, 202, 400, 407, 422, 431, 610, 619, 635, 795, 805, 817, 828.

Allix, William, a Commissioner for collecting 6d. a month from seamen's wages for Greenwich Hospital, 767.

Alloa (co. Clackmannan), 218, 260, 320, 562, 651, 653, 838.

Allowances. See Fees.

-, of plate. See Secretary of State.

-, of clothes. See Wardrobe.

Almoner, Lord, issues to, for the King's private pensions, maundy money, daily alms and the poor at the gate, 23, 99, 104, 247, 254, 330, 332, 339, 463, 536, 678, 734.

-, -, (Scotland). See McVicar, N.

Alms, for the King's birthday in Scotland, 637.

Alnmouth (co. Northumberland). 839.

Alnwicke, Arthur, 839.

Alt, Monsieur Just Henry, Councillor to the King of Sweden. Chargé d'Affaires from said King as Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 164, 198, 425, 830, 832.

Altena (Altona), Prussia, 330, 379, 387.

Alum works (co. York), lease of, 146, 242, 281–2, 286, 305, 362.

Alverstoke (co. Hants), 771.

Alves, William, 435.

AMBASSADORS, 42, 69, 73, 105, 235, 241, 290, 319, 459, 496, 709, 741.

-, privileges of, 24, 92.

-, FROM ENGLAND TO

-, -, Algiers, agent and Consul General at see Holden, E.; Black, C.; Stanyford, A.

-, -, Antwerp. See Ambassadors to Germany, Austrian.

-, -, Austrian Netherlands. Resident in see Burrish, O.; employé at the Court of Brussels see Daniel, R.

-, -, Berlin. See Ambassadors to Prussia.

-, -, Brussels. See Ambassadors to Austrian.

-, -, Cadiz. See Ambassadors to Spain.

-, -, Denmark, Resident in, and Envoy Extraordinary to see Titley, W.

-, -, Dunkirk. See Ambassadors to France.

-, -, Fez. See Ambassadors to Morocco.

-, -, Flanders, Consul in see Dean, J.

-, -, Florence. See Ambassadors to Tuscany.

-, -, France, Ambassador Extraordinary to see Waldegrave, Earl.

-, -, -, Minister in Paris see Thompson, A.

-, -, -, Secretary to Extraordinary Embassy see Pelham, J.

-, -, -, Resident at Dunkirk see Laye, J.

-, -, Genoa, Consulat see Birtles, J.

-, -, Germany, Minister Plenipotentiary at see Robinson, Sir T.

-, -, -, Commissaries to treat at Antwerp with those of the Emperor and the States General, on matters arising by the Treaty of Vienna see Bladen, M.; Tufnell, S.; Drummond.J.

-, -, -, Secretary to same see Burrish, O.; Cope, J.

-, -, -, Commissary to treat at Vienna concerning trade see Porter, J.

-, -, -, Envoy to several courts, princes and circles of Germany see Villiers, T.; Burrish, O.

-, -, Grisons Republic, Envoy Extraordinary to see Salis, J. de.

-, -, to Hanover see Colt, Sir W. D.

-, -, Hanse Towns, Resident with see Cope, J.

-, -, Italy, Commissary and Plenipotentiary for the affairs of see Matthews, J.; and see Ambassadors to Venice; Naples; Leghorn; Florence; Genoa; Tuscany; Sardinia.

-, -, Leghorn, Consul at, 182.

-, -, Liège, Resident at Court of the Bishop of see Burrish, O.

-, -, Madrid. See Ambassadors to Spain.

-, -, Morocco, Consul to Emperor of Fez, or Consul at Tetuan see Latton, W.; Deputy Consul at Tetuan see Petticrew, W.

-, -, Muscovy. See Ambassadors to Russia.

-, -, Naples, Consul at see Allen, E.

-, -, Netherlands. See Ambassadors to Austrian, States General.

-, -, Oporto. See Ambassadors to Portugal.

-, -, Poland, Envoy Extraordinary to see Villiers, T.

-, -, Portugal, Envoy Extraordinary to see Tyrawley, Lord; Compton, C.; Keene, B.

-, -, -, Employé at Oporto see Parker, J. B.

-, -, Prussia, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary see Hyndford, Earl of.

-, -, -, Chargé d'Affaires see Lawrence, F.

-, -, -, Secretary at Berlin see Dickens, M. G.

-, -, Russia, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary see Tyrawley, Lord; Hyndford, Earl of; Finch, E.; Wich, Sir C.

-, -, Resident with the Czarina see Rondeau, C.; Secretary to see Bell, J.

-, -, Sardinia, Resident with the King of, and Secretary at Turin see Villettes, A.

-, -, Spain, Consul at Cadiz see Cayley, W.

-, -, -, at Madrid see Castres, A.

-, -, Envoy Extraordinary to see Keene, B.

-, -, Commissary, &c. see Stert, A.

-, -, States General, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to see Chesterfield, Earl of; Stair, Earl of: Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to see Trevor, R. See also Ambassadors to Germany.

-, -, Sweden, Resident at see Dickins, M. G.

-, -, -, Secretary to see Burnaby, J.

-, -, Swiss Cantons, Minister Plenipotentiary to see Burnaby, J.

-, -, Tangier, Vice Consul at see Petticrew, W.

-, -, Tetuan. See Ambassadors to Morocco.

-, -, Tripoli, Agent and Consul General see Reed, W.; White, R.

-, -, Turkey, Ambassador to the Grand Seignior see Fawkener. Sir E.

-, -, Tuscany, Resident at Florence at the Court of the Grand Duke of Tuscany see Mann, H.

-, -, Venice, Ambassador Extraordinary to see Holdernesse, Earl of: Secretary to the extraordinary embassy to see Gray, Sir J.

-, -, Vienna. See Ambassadors to Germany.

-, TO ENGLAND FROM

-, -, Bavaria. Envoy Extraordinary from Elector of see Haslang, Baron de.

-, -, Cologne, Chargé d'Affaires and Envoy Extraordinary from Elector of see Champigny, Chevalier de.

-, -, Denmark, Minister from, Ambassador Extraordinary from, see Schlenthal, Baron de.

-, -, France. See Bussy, M. de.

-, -, Germany, Envoy Extraordinary from Emperor of see Haslang, Baron de.

-, -, -, Envoy to announce the Emperor's Coronation see Stahremberg, Count.

-, -, Hesse Cassel (from King of Sweden as Landgrave of Hesse Cassel), Chargé d'Affaires see Alt. J. H.

-, -, -, Envoy from see Roset, M. du.

-, -, Holstein, Envoy, Minister from Duke of as Bishop of Lübeck see Mardefeld, Baron de.

-, -, Hungary, Minister Plenipotentiary and Ambassador from see Ostein, Count d'; Wasner, M.

-, -, -, Secretary from see Zohrern, A. de.

-, -, -, Lübeck. See Ambassadors from Holstein.

-, -, Mainz, Envoy Extraordinary from Elector of see Ehrthal, Baron d'.

-, -, Modena Minister from see Grossa Testa, Signor.

-, -, Morocco, Ambassador from Emperor of see Perez, Admiral.

-, -, Palatine, Resident from Elector of see Jordan, A. F.

-, -, Poland, Envoy Extraordinary from, 92. See Utterodt, Baron.

-, -, Portugal, Secretary see Caettano, M.

-, -, Russia, Envoy Extraordinary from Czarina see Narischkin, Prince.

-, -, -, Minister Plenipotentiary from see Scherbatow, Prince.

-, -, Sardinia, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from King of see Osorio, Chevalier.

-, -, Sicily (the Two Sicilies), Envoy Extraordinary from King of see Fogliani, Marquis.

-, -, States General, Minister from see Boetselaer, Baron de; Hop, M.: Secretary to see Schicke, Mr.

-, -, Sweden minister from King of see Wasemberg, C.M.; and see Ambassadors from Hesse Cassel.

-, -, -, Secretary from, 373.

-, -, Tripoli, Ambassador from Bey of, 376, 443, 452, 471, 482, 501. See Hadji, A. A.

-, -, Venice, Ambassador from, 552. See Capello, M.

Ambler, Mr., 597.

Amelia Island (Florida), 28.

Amelia, Empress [Wilhelmine-Amelie wife of the Emperor Joseph], 393.

AMERICA, 4, 65, 114, 122, 146, 173, 434, 508, 693, 819. See Plantations; Sugar Colonies; Georgia; Nova Scotia; Maryland; Nevis; Florida; New England; New York; Virginia; Massachusetts; Newfoundland; Bahamas; Bermudas; Barbados.

-, bills of exchange from. See Oglethorpe, J.; Verelst, H.

-, -, commission on, 5.

-, Currency. See Currency, paper (money).

-, Customs, North Continent, Surveyor General of see Lechmere, T.; Peagrum, J.; Dinwiddie, R.

-, -, South Continent, Surveyor General of, 838. See Dinwiddie, R.

-, -, See Customs (Plantations); for Customs frauds see four-and-a-half per cent. duty.

-, EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES—[under Major Gen. Wentworth, successor to Lord Cathcart].

-, -, Commissary of Musters to see Pitcher, J.

-, -, Commissary of Stores to. See Campbell, D.

-, -, contingencies for, 535.

-, -, Deputy Paymaster to, 565. See Colebrooke, J.

-, -, disbandment of, 460, 664.

-, -, drafts for, 586.

-, -, employment of negroes and Indians in, 427, 479.

-, -, hospital for, 18, 224, 389, 807.

-, -, land forces, estimates for, 18, 224; respites on, 316.

-, -, marines in, 18, 224, 473, 613.

-, -, mortality in, 7.

-, -, ordnance for, 445–6.

-, -, Physician General to, 565. See Graham, Dr. W.; Dalrymple, R.

-, -, regiments in. See Gooch, Col. W.; Georgia; Phillips, Col. R.

-, -, remittances for. See Jamaica (currency); Burrell, P.; Bristow. J.

-, -, staff officers for, estimates, &c. for, 18, 224, 460, 589, 631.

-, -, Surgeon General to. See Mallie, T.

-, -, transport and victualling, 120, 664.

-, felons transported to. See Felons; Reed, A.

-, trade of, 39.

-, War in, with Spain and France. See Georgia; Florida: War; Louisburg; America (Expedition).

-, Woods in, 382; destruction of, 336; Surveyor General of see Dunbar, D.; Wentworth, B.

Amlwch (Anglesea), 844.

Amsterdam. 43, 58, 265, 324, 398, 467 513 552, 777, 779, 813.

-, Bank money of, 227, 462, 696.

-, bills on and rates of exchange with, 32, 37–8, 59, 60, 454, 748.

-, Current money of, 32, 37, 226–7, 443, 448.

Amyand, Claudius, keeper of the King's libraries, 846.

Ancaster, Duke of. See Bertie, P.

Ancher, Richard, 209.

Ancona (Italy), 386, 597.

Ancrum (co. Roxburgh), 58.

Anderson, Adam, 131.

-, John, 263, 345, 356.

-, Mrs., 4.

-, Patrick, 40.

-, Robert, 98, 222.

Andre, Simon, 386.

Andrew, Philip, 843.

Andrews, Hugh, a keeper of the Council Chamber (including payments to for attending Plantation business), 158, 177, 181, 198, 391, 401, 430, 608, 624, 635, 798, 809, 822.

-, Richard, Solicitor for his Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer Court, 169, 182–3, 195, 202, 400, 408, 421, 431, 610, 619, 632, 795, 816, 826, 836.

-, Robert, 255.

-, Thomas, 218.

Ange. See L'Ange.

Anglesea, 5, 24, 395.

-, Receiver General of see Davenport, P.; Eyres, T.; Gurnell, J.; Receiver of Crown Rents for see Cotton, L. S.

-, Sheriff of. See Hughes, R.

Angola (Africa), 655.

Anguish, Edmund, a Paymaster of Exchequer Bills, 69, 219, 568–9, 649.

Angus (Forfar), 3, 93.

Annamaboe (Gold Coast), 451.

Annand, James, 646.

Annapolis Royal (Nova Scotia), defence of, 669, 680, 684, 686–7; victualling of, 110, 118, 123, 139, 148, 342, 346, 357, 367, 394, 405, 420, 426, 515, 559–61, 566, 582, 585, 605, 614, 664, 667, 676, 766, 774, 783, 804, 820, 827, 832.

Annuities. See Pensions. For the various Annuity Funds see Bank of England (funds). For the Annuities granted by Walpole see Secret Committee.

Annuity orders, change or renewal of, 113, 118, 119, 573, 575, 769.

Ansell, Thomas, Sheriff of Herts, 626, 627.

Anson, George, Commodore, 508; Admiralty Lord, 655.

Anspach (Germany), 620.

Anstey, Jo., 182.

Anstice, Capt. 593.

Anstis, John, junr. Blanch Coursier, 161, 398, 624, 823; Garter King of arms, 579, 515, 523, 531, 579, 631, 738, 742, 834.

-, -, sen., Garter King of arms, 192, 579.

Anstruther (co. Fife), 215, 218, 294, 306, 435, 644, 647, 843–4.

Anstruther, Sir Alexander, 194.

-, Sir John, Master of the Works, Scotland, 435, 601, 796, 811, 823.

-, Major Gen. Philip, Lieut. Gov. of Minorca, 2, 6, 66, 192, 316, 421, 617.

Anthony, John, 153, 780, 786.

Antigua (Leeward Isles), 221, 234, 270–1, 330, 433, 494, 528, 655; Governor of see Lucas, G.; Byam, E.

Antrim, Katherine, 604, 809.

Antwerp, 78, 195, 398, 497. See Ambassadors (to Germany).

Apothecary to the Household. See Allen, J.; Charlewood, B.

-, to the King. See Graham, T.

-, to the late Queen. See Jager, E. A.

-, General of the army. See Army.

Appeals, commissioners for. See Excise.

Appledore (Devon), 218, 650, 750.

Appleton, Abraham, 186.

-, William, 838.

Appleyard, Francis, Receiver General for co. York, 134–5, 216, 546, 705, 773.

Apprentice money (duty on money given with apprentices), 379.

-, -, register of. See Bennet, J.

Apulby, Charles, 105.

Arabic professors, 23.

Arbitrage. See Silver.

Arbuthnot, Alexander, a Commissioner for Customs and Salt, Scotland, 70, 73, 219, 644, 653.

-, George, 585.

-, James, 212, 653.

-, Robert, 219, 433.

Archer, Henry, 301, 380–1.

-, John, 653, 848.

-, Joseph, 102–3, 233, 341.

-, Thomas, 280.

Ard, Charles 550

Arderne, Richard, 657

Ardmeanach (co. Ross), Lordship of, 576.

Ardtalnaig (“Ardtollany”) (co. Perth), 346, 351.

Arenberg, Leopold Philip Carl Joseph, Count d', Commander in Chief of the Austrian forces in the Austrian Netherlands, 264–5, 498, 729.

Argol, 387, 596, 790.

Argyle, Fort (Georgia), 69.

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, Archibald; Campbell, John.

Argyllshire, 731–2.

Arkengarth Dale, forest of (co. York), 328.

Armoury. See Dublin Castle.

Arms, importation of. See Ireland (free).

Armstrong, John (felon), 164.

-, Col. John, Master Surveyor of the Ordnance, 214.

-, Richard, 653.

-, Thomas, 791.

ARMY. For the army in Scotland see Scotland (forces and rebellion).

-, For the army in Flanders see Flanders.

-, For the army in the Colonies see Plantations; Gibraltar; Minoroa.

-, For the Dutch forces in England see Dutch.

-, For foreign troops in British pay see Danish, Hanoverian, Hessian.

-, accounts, Comptrollers of (See Brodrick A.; Medows, P.), 6, 27, 37, 40, 76, 87, 89, 108–9, 111, 114, 119, 122–3, 130, 140, 142, 144, 145, 148, 151, 153, 225, 232, 234–5, 240, 242, 248, 251, 253, 297, 317, 319, 324, 328, 341, 343–4, 349, 351, 353, 358–9, 362, 367, 374, 378, 381, 447, 455, 479, 490, 505, 508, 517, 521, 524, 527, 530, 536, 550–1, 562, 564, 567, 574, 577, 579–80, 583, 586, 592, 605, 662, 664, 674, 676, 678, 686, 690, 693, 698, 702, 705, 709, 711, 714–5, 722, 724–5, 727, 750, 759–60, 766, 773, 776, 779, 781, 820, 831–2.

-, -, -, office of, fire at, and removal of records of, 11, 43, 180, 248, 351, 536–7, 589, 671, 704, 709, 818.

-, -, -, proposals as to victualling account certificates, 248.

-, Apothecary General for, 303, 315, 479, 622, 678, 727, 779. See Garnier, G.

-, augmentation. See Regiments (Ireland).

-, Board of General Officers of, England, 275, 512–3, 536–7.

-, -, Ireland, 202, 743.

-, books of exercise for, 322, 371, 427. See Articles of War.

-, bread and forage for forces in Flanders and Germany. See Flanders.

-, Captain General of. See Cumberland, Duke of.

-, Commander in Chief. See Stair, Earl of; Cope, Sir J.; Clayton, J.; Wade, G.; Honeywood, Sir P.

-, Commissary General, 9, 714.

-, -, of stores to the Forces abroad. See Hume, A.

-, -, of the Musters. See Watson, T.; Wyttel, C.

-, condordatums and contingencies. See Concordatums; Contingencies.

-, debts, Commissioners for stating, &c., 37, 579. See More, J.

-, drafts. See Flanders; America (expedition).

-, establishments for regiments, 297, 732, 734–5.

-, estimates, 18, 37, 92, 94–5, 224, 323, 461, 463, 506, 531, 657, 726, 731–2, 745, 787.

-, extraordinaries for, 37, 470, 737, 780, 785.

-, forage. See Flanders (army bread).

-, half-pay, bounties out of savings on, and provision for officers' widows, 18, 236, 604, 765, 809.

-, horses, losses of, in Flanders, and recruit horses, 250, 257, 268, 271, 273.

-, hospital. See America (expedition); Flanders; Jamaica; Ruatan; Bermudas.

-, muster rolls, 714–5; and see Hessian; Danish; Hanoverian.

-, off-reckonings and stoppages, 37, 181, 272. See Deductions.

-, pay, method of, 37; equalisation of English and Irish pay see Regiments (Ireland).

-, -, rate of. See Exchange, rate of.

-, -, office, Horse Guards, 37, 42, 51.

-, Paymaster General of Guards, Garrisons and land Forces. See Pelham, H.; Winnington, T.; 2, 6–8, 19, 31–3, 35–6, 39, 42–4, 51, 57–8, 65–6, 74, 76, 90, 92, 94, 104, 151, 160, 162, 225, 228, 232, 244, 250–1, 256, 264, 275, 284, 296, 301, 314, 316, 318, 323, 446, 452, 454–5, 459, 462, 469, 472, 477–8, 493, 497, 505–6, 524, 535, 555, 580–1, 615, 665, 683, 686, 691–3, 703, 706, 708–9, 712–6, 724–5, 730–2, 736, 738–40, 743, 757, 773, 779, 780, 788, 813, 831.

-, -, accounts, 257, 261, 278, 736.

-, -, deputy to. See Fox, C.; Abbot, G.; Compton, E.; in Holland, &c., 43, 94, 195, 265, 398, 607; in Jamaica, 31–32.

-, -, imprests to, 165, 168, 172, 180, 203, 390, 391, 398, 510, 600, 603, 613–4, 800–1, 808, 813, 829, 831, 833.

-, -, issues to, 12, 20, 25–6, 32–3, 40, 42, 45, 48, 52, 62, 73–4, 77, 86, 94, 104, 165, 172, 230, 238, 246, 256, 260, 275, 283, 285, 299, 309, 316, 323, 325, 330, 336, 427, 444, 448, 452, 456, 468, 470, 473, 477–8, 501, 503, 505, 511, 517, 529, 534, 537, 539, 540, 615, 658, 664, 668, 672, 674–5, 678, 680, 684, 693, 699, 701, 710–3, 721–2, 724, 727, 733, 734, 741, 828–9, 831.

-, -, office establishment, 544.

-, Physician General to [Ireland], 814, 832. See Peacock, U.; Barry, E.

-, provisions for. See Provisions, Flanders (army bread).

-, recruiting. See regiments (Ireland).

-, staff for, at home, 456, 506, 508, 537, 580, 658, 707.

-, subsistence money, remittances of, abroad, 336. See Exchange, Gibraltar, Minorca, Jamaica.

Arnold, George, 39.

-, Richard, 418.

-, Thomas, 844.

Arnott, James, 218.

Arrack, 20.

Arran, Earl of. See Butler, Charles.

Arrangoes, 127, 142, 327, 442, 545, 773.

Arscot, John, pension to, 338, 557.

Arthur, Captain, 778.

-, William, 306.

Articles of war, 120, 138, 356, 563, 591, 751.

Artillery Ground (England), 216.

-, -, (Ireland). See Dublin Castle.

-, train. See Ordnance.

Artis, Samuel, 648, 705, 766, 775.

Arundel Herald Extraordinary, livery for, 107. See Cheale, J.

-, (Sussex), 33, 45, 215, 446, 735, 786

Arundel (Arundell), Richard, Master and Worker of the Mint, 19, 114, 126, 160, 244, 251, 257, 346, 351, 547, 553, 655, 663, 680, 706, 710, 754, 837; a Treasury Lord, 656–8, 661–2, 664–8, 670, 672–8, 680, 683–4, 686–91, 703, 724–7, 730–5, 737–8, 740, 743.

Ash (Ashe), Captain, 25, 444, 545, 694, 766.

Ashburnham, Sir William, a Commissioner of Alienations, 654; Beceiver General of fines for Alienations, 748.

Ashington, Thomas, 596.

-, (Sussex), 584.

Ashley, John (author of “Memoirs and considerations touching the trade and revenues in the British Colonies in America,” London, 1740), 528.

Ashton, Joseph, Solicitor for Mint prosecutions, 114, 187. See Mint (Solicitor).

Ashurst, Thomas, sheriff of Essex, 627.

Askew, John, 156.

Askham, Dingley, sheriff of Hunts and Camb., 417.

Assize, Clerks of, 800; rolls of see Records.

Astley, Edward, a Commissioner for Salt duties, 212, 219.

Aston Ingham (Hereford), 484.

Ath (Netherlands), 665.

Athole, Duke of. See Murray, James.

Atkins, Edward, tidesman, 209.

-, -, sheriff of Norfolk, 418, 626–7.

-, John, 247.

-, Richard, 437.

Atkinson, John, 208, 249.

-, Robert, royal bounty to, 281, 402.

-, William, 143, 342, 354.

Atlantic, the, 576.

Attainted estates, 142, 351, 362–3.

Attorney General, England. See Ryder, Sir D., 34–5, 39, 41, 46, 52, 57, 68–9, 71, 73, 80–1, 85–6, 89, 90, 92, 94, 98, 101, 103–6, 108, 109–10, 113, 135, 144, 148–51, 153, 155, 210, 212, 217–19, 222, 227, 230–1, 233, 259, 269, 274, 276, 282, 287, 289, 299, 305, 309, 328, 363, 368–9, 435–7, 439, 448, 456, 469, 486, 488, 490, 499, 500, 517, 523, 525, 529, 530, 540, 552–3, 569, 591, 606–7, 644, 646, 649–50, 652, 654–5, 680, 683, 689, 701, 709, 746, 753, 762, 784, 838, 84–02, 845–7.

-, -, clerk to, 184.

-, -, fees for reports by, 149, 306, 468.

-, -, attending Plantation business, 184, 201, 392, 606, 818.

-, -, (Ireland), 8, 612. See Bowes, J.

-, -, (Scotland), 438.

Atwood, Thomas, 72, 144.

Aubrey, John, lottery manager, 252.

Auchnacree (“Auchnagray,” otherwise called, Queech, co. Forfar), 119.

Auckland (Durham), 75, 130.

Aucliffe. See Aldcliffe.

Audit and Auditors. See Army (Accounts, Comptrollers); Coal duty; Exchequer (Receipt); Exchequer (Court); Imprests.

Augmentation Office, 541.

Augusta (Georgia), 28, 30, 65.

Augustine. See St. Augustine.

Austen, John, 627.

-, Robert (prisoner), 118; Receiver General for Surrey, 79, 147–8, 221, 486, 573.

Austria, House of, subsidy, remittances of to the Queen of Hungary (subsidies for support of the House of Austria, the Protestant interest and maintenance of the balance of powers, 26, 32–3, 36, 51, 73, 140, 161–2, 172–4, 180, 189, 238, 256, 283, 296, 325, 336, 389, 391, 393, 401, 406, 411, 425, 452, 470, 510, 600, 604–5, 613, 616, 630, 680, 807, 813, 825, 829.

-, -, treaty for, 51.

Austrian forces in Flanders, 543, 693.

-, -, -, Commander in Chief of. See Arenberg, Count.

Austrian Netherlands. See Ambassadors (from).

Auverquerque, Henry d', Earl of Grantham, pension to, 9, 557.

Avery, John, 842.

Axtell, William, 573, 588.

Aylesbury (Bucks), 342, 747.

Ayleworth, William, 839.

Aylmer, Henry, 2nd Lord Aylmer, Comptroller of the Mint, 847.

Ayloffe, Sir Joseph, 35, 242–3, 249.

Ayr (Scotland), 213, 218, 840.