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Cabata (factory, Gambia river), 451.

Cabo, Joseph Lewis de, 455, 460.

Cabus (? Lancs.), 774.

Cadday, Jacob, 118, 125.

-, John, 118, 125.

Caddy, Joseph, 586.

Cade, Salusbury, Paymaster to the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 173, 187, 199, 397, 413, 427, 603, 618, 631, 642, 807, 820, 833.

Cadiz, 379, 572; Consul at see Ambassadors (to Spain).

Cadman, Mr., 369.

-, Richard, 361.

-, Robert, 652.

Cadogan, Charles, 2nd Lord Cadogan, 258.

Caerleon (Monmouth), 369, 437.

Cæsar's Chapel in the Tower. See Records.

Caettano, Monsieur, Portuguese Secretary, 442, 767.

Caio (Carmarthen), 846.

Caithness, bishopric of, 212, 651.

Calabria (Italy), 595.

Calais (France), 66, 143, 268, 565. See Packet.

Callis, Capt., 141.

Callum, David, 840.

Calthorne, Sir Henry, 584.

Calthorpe, James, yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 702, 771.

-, John, 847.

Calver, John, sheriff of Norwich, 417.

Calvert, Alderman, 230.

-, Benedict, 653.

-, Charles, 5th Lord Baltimore, a proprietor of Maryland, 32, 523; an Admiralty Lord, 655.

-, Francis, 327.

Cambrey, Thomas, 627.

Cambrics, foreign duty on, 463, 590, 787; proposal concerning, 45.

Cambridge County, 277, 294, 445, 643.

-, -, Receiver General of. See Vavazor, C.

-, -, sheriffs of, 118. See Askham, D.; Pern, C.; Peyton, Sir T.; Ward, T. W.

-, town, 91; castle, 118.

-, University, Henry VII.'s perpetuity to, 178, 415, 637.

-, -, -, -, for a preacher, 178, 415, 637.

-, -, -, -, for a divinity lecture, 178, 415, 637

-, -, perpetuity to Emmanuel College, 178, 415, 637.

-, -, printing press of, 91.

-, -, Professor of Laws at. See Dickens, F.

-, -, -, of Modern History at. See Turner, S.

-, -, -, of Physic at. See Green, C.; Plumptree, R.

Camillo. See Capello.

Camp necessaries for regiments in Flanders. See Flanders.

Campbell, Allan, 774.

-, Archibald, Earl of Ilay (after 1743, third Duke of Argyll), 159, 180, 191, 204, 396, 414, 429, 553, 609, 623, 634, 727, 797, 823.

-, Lady Caroline, Countess of Dalkeith, 548.

-, Charles, Comptroller at Stranraer, 845.

-, Colin, a Commissioner for Customs and Salt, Scotland, 73, 219, 644.

-, -, of Blythswood, 234.

-, Daniel, tidesman, 215.

-, David, Commissary of Stores for Cathcart's expedition, 389, 664.

-, Duncan, 435.

-, George, goldsmith, payments to, for Lord Forbes's children, &c., 159, 180, 204, 414, 609, 623, 634, 810, 823; payments to, for special service, for incidents of the Commissioners of Police, Scotland, 164, 191, 396, 429, 797; lease to, 531, 540, 691, 748.

-, -, tidesman, 654.

-, Lady Harriet, 267.

-, Hugh, 840.

-, James, Customs officer, 311, 643.

-, Sir James, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 452, 454, 458, 470, 507, 641, 819.

-, Lieut. Gen. James, Constable and Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 51, 86, 92, 150.

-, Jane, Duchess of Argyll and Greenwich, widow of 2nd Duke of Argyll, 548, 551.

-, John, tidesman, 438.

-, -, 2nd Duke of Argyll, Duke of Greenwich. 117, 268, 548, 553, 810; Field Marshal, 212; Master General of the Ordnance, 212.

-, -, Lord Glenorchy (afterwards 3rd Earl of Breadalbane), 13, 116, 139, 141, 145, 231, 763, 771; Master of the Jewels, 820, 842.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Breadalbane, 231, 727.

-, -, 4th Earl of Loudoun, 59, 64, 185, 250, 260, 263, 268, 271, 274, 402, 494, 617, 693, 722–3, 816, 820.

-, -, a Customs Commissioner, Scotland, 70.

-, -, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 819.

-, Col. John, 44: Major General, 727, 730–2.

-, Kenneth, tidesman, 212.

-, Lady, 1.

-, Mr., 231, 514.

-, Neil, 698.

-, Patrick, Receiver for Public Creditors, Scotland, 484.

-, William, 291, 369, 508, 754, 770, 774.

Campbeltown (co. Argyll), 260.

Camphor, proposed drawback on refinement of, 331, 451, 458, 465.

Campillo. See Capello.

Campion, Edward, 597.

Canaries, the, 50.

Candles, duty on, 63, 190, 672.

-, sales by, 241.

Caner, Reverend Richard, 16, 162.

Cannon Tavern (Charing Cross), 148.

Canso (Nova Scotia), victualling garrison of, 115, 118, 148, 346, 348, 515, 554, 561; English prisoners taken by French at 664.

Canterbury, Archbishop of (Potter, John), 12, 73, 92, 109, 110, 121–2, 171.

-, -, rooms in Whitehall, 719.

Cantermelenydd, lordship of (co. Radnor), 123.

Cantons. See Swiss Cantons.

Canvas, duty on, 43.

Capadoz (Cappadoce), Aaron, 44, 61, 260, 262–3.

Cape Coast Castle (Africa), 5, 451.

-, Breton (Nova Scotia), 711, 725, 730. (See Louisburg.)

-, -, Agent for, 847.

-, -, transporting French from, 727, 740, 781–2, 786.

Capell, William, 23rd Earl of Essex, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 182, 200, 391, 394, 620.

Cappadoce. See Capadoz.

Capello (Campillo, Camillo), Monsieur, Ambassador from Venice, 574, 588, 756, 768.

Car. See Carr.

Carbonear (Newfoundland), 516.

Cardell, William, 63.

Cardiff (Glamorgan), 54, 217.

Cardigan, Earl of. See Brudenell, George.

Cardigan county, 45, 66, 124, 132, 229, 241, 475.

-, -, Justices of. See Pollen, J.; Beeston, H.

-, -, Receivers General of. See Gurnell, J.; Phillips, J.; Williams, W.

-, -, Surveyor of houses for. See Meredith, E.; Sharrett, R.

-, town, 124, 209, 215, 395, 433.

Cardonnel, James, a Commissioner for Customs and Salt, Scotland, 70, 73, 212, 219, 644; Accomptant of the Salt duties, 21, 644.

-, Mansfeldt, a Commissioner of Customs and Salt, Scotland, 644.

Cards, duty on, 755.

Carey. See Cary.

Caribbee Islands, Governor of. See Robinson, Sir T.

Carleton, Mr., 22.

Carlton House, 255–6, 354.

Carlisle (Cumberland), 433, 552, 844.

Carlisle, Lady, 137.

Carmarthen county, 40, 89, 151, 209, 229, 395, 433.

-, -, Justices of. See Beeston, H.; Pollen, J.

-, -, sheriff of, 101, 168. See Johnson, J.

Carmichael, John (James), 3rd Earl of Hyndford; Envoy [Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary] to Prussia, 22, 185, 201, 205, 393, 409, 423, 523, 606, 620, 631, 637–8, 704, 725, 743, 821, 829; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Russia, 771, 775, 819, 820; allowance or pension to, 170, 179, 203, 396, 413 429, 611, 622, 633, 796, 809, 824; Knight of the Thistle, 133.

Carnarvon county, 144, 395, 550, 758, 761.

-, -, Receiver of Crown rents for. See Cotton, L. S.

-, -, sheriff of. See Pugh, E. P.

-, town, 21.

CAROLINA, 28, 331, 450.

-, grant of an eighth of. See Carteret, Lord.

-, ships seized at, 772.

-, slaves, 28.

-, NORTH, 435, 618, 807.

-, -, Exchequer Court, 70, 72.

-, -, Governor of. See Johnston, G.

-, -, quit rents, 70, 604; Inspector of see McCulloch, H.; Receiver General of see Hamerton, J.

-, SOUTH, 63, 404, 542, 799, 818, 823, 829. See Castle Johnson.

-, -, agent to. See Fury, P.

-, -, assembly of, 64, 75.

-, -, Attorney General of. See Abercrombie, J.

-, -, Council of, 64, 75.

-, -, defence of, by Oglethorpe, 65. See Georgia.

-, -, Deputy Governor of, 64; Lieut. General, &c. of see Baker, W.

-, -, distress in, 38. See Charleston fire.

-, -, Governor of. See Glen, J.

-, -, Independent Companies in, 512, 685, 688, 692, 703, 714, 750, 761, 773; agent for see Walmesley, W.

-, -, quit rents, 70, 180.

-, -, Receiver General of. See Saxby, G.; Hammerton J.

-, -, war in, 29, 64.

Carpenter, Benjamin, Lieut. Gov. of Montserrat, 825, 829, 842.

-, George, sheriff of Herts, 417–8.

-, Lieut. Col. Robert, Lieut. Gov. of Montserrat, 169, 198, 401, 426, 614, 637, 808, 842.

Carpentier Nicholas, of Ostend, bread and forage contractor for the forces, 448, 454, 458–9, 463, 606–7, 665, 668, 670, 687.

Carpets, 386.

Carr (Car, Carre), Capt. (Georgia), 29, 30, 66, 69.

-, James, sheriff of Northumberland, 812.

-, -, customs officer, 288, 444, 709.

-, John, 233.

-, Robert, 447, 709.

Carrill, Ann, 832.

Carruthers, John, cashier to the Bank of England, 251–2.

Carskurdo (Ceres, co. Fife), 549, 551.

Carstairs, William, 644.

Carswall, Robert, 844. See Caswall.

Carter, Abraham, 269.

-, John, 222

-, Richard, a Welsh justice, 181, 395.

-, William, Receiver General for part of Suffolk, 24, 121, 748.

Carteret, Grace, Countess Granville, 834.

-, Mr., 31.

-, John, 2nd Baron Carteret, executor of Hy. Worsley, 36, 127; grant of an eighth of Carolina, 514; a principal Secretary of State, 11, 17, 19, 22, 24, 41, 61, 88, 142, 166, 170, 183, 194, 196, 202, 248, 268, 273–4, 276, 318, 356, 379, 380, 403, 408, 422, 431, 492, 552, 610, 619, 632, 795, 793; secret service of, 165, 169, 399, 615; plate for, 577; Earl Granville, 654; office of, at Whitehall, 117, 141, 372, 379; for his attendance on the King in Germany see King George II.

-, -, shipmaster, 548.

-, Joseph, 386, 594, 792.

Carthagena, 617.

Cartmel (co. Lancs.), 783.

Cartouche boxes, 188.

Cartwright, William, sheriff of Notts, 418, 626.

Carver Bent., 285.

Cary (Carey), Samuel, 595.

-, Thomas, 648.

-, Walter, a clerk of the Privy Council, 181, 827.

Casamaijor (Casa Maijor), John, bread contractor for the forces, 44, 60, 62, 328, 379, 382, 505.

Casley, David, deputy keeper of the Cotton Library, 179, 206, 416, 608, 636, 811.

Castlehaven (Ireland), 696.

Castle Hill (Cornwall). See Pendennis.

Castle Johnson (South Carolina), 635.

Castres, Abraham, Consul at Madrid, 175, 185, 205.

Casual accounts, auditing of, 671.

Caswall, George, 53, 129. See Carswall.

Cater, Stephen, 649.

Cathcart, Charles, 8th Lord Cathcart, 508; for his expedition to the West Indies see America (Expedition).

-, John, director of the Hospital (American expedition), 589.

Cattle, disease in Holland. See Plague.

-, export of, to Holland, 728, 787. See Embargo.

Caulfield, J., 73.

-, Major (in command at Ruatan), 441, 508.

-, St. George, Attorney General, Ireland 350.

-, William, Inspector of roads and bridges in the Highlands, 22, 171, 248, 252, 464, 575, 678–9.

Cavalier, John, Provost Marshal of the American Expedition, 460.

Cavan, Earl of. See Lambart, F.

Cave, William, ‘Scrip. Eccles. Historia Literaria,’ 329.

Cavendish, Ann, housekeeper of the Excise office, 649.

-, William, 3rd Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 8, 96, 123, 137–8, 239, 280, 469, 518, 530, 596, 701, 755, 800.

Cayley, Cornelius, a Commissioner of Alienations, 654.

-, William, Consul at Cadiz, 186, 176, 206, 393, 410, 423, 606, 621, 632, 794, 807, 821, 833.

Cayron, John, 69.

Cayton (Yorks), 211.

Cecil, Brownlow, 8th Earl of Exeter, 105, 341, 354.

Cephalonia, 302, 367, 384–5, 593–5.

Ceremonies, Marshal of. See Cotterell, R. & C.

-, Master of, 443. See Dormer, Sir C. C

-, assistant Master of. See Cotterell, C.

Ceres (co. Fife), 551.

Certificates. See Waste; Salt; Customs (England, weekly),

Cesenatico (Italy), 597.

Cethiniog (“Kethinock”), Carmarthen, 846.

Chadwick (Chadwicke), Andrew, 573.

-, Captain, 572.

-, James, 846.

Chaffin, John, 69, 125, 311, 675, 697, 749, 755, 770, 779.

Chalie, James and John, 788.

Chalmers, George, 213.

CHAMBER, Treasurer of. See Hobart, Lord; Stanhope, C.: Cotton, Sir J. H., 126, 132, 273, 369, 372, 690, 774.

-, -, accounts, 128, 775.

-, -, clerks of, 837. See Britiffe, E.

-, -, establishment, 285.

-, -, messengers of. See Messengers.

-, -, office of, 73, 505.

-, -, -, debt of, 12, 775.

-, -, -, imprests for, 187, 412, 544, 638, 799.

-, -, -, issues for (including issues for messengers and bills), 16, 22, 23, 36, 50, 53, 61, 79, 82, 88, 90, 92, 111, 128, 187, 230, 235, 248, 266, 279, 281, 285, 287, 301, 319, 325, 329, 339, 412, 450, 459, 474–6, 490, 493, 500, 503, 505, 517, 520, 525, 540, 656, 662, 672, 676, 692, 694, 699, 705, 709, 716, 718, 734, 742, 774.

Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

-, of London. See Bosworth, J.

Chamberlain, John, 208.

Chambers, David, 218.

-, Zachary, 171, 258, 281.

Chamier, Daniel, pension to, 107.

-, Susanna, pension to, 107.

Chamness, James, 209.

Champigny, Monsieur (Chevalier) de, Envoy Extraordinary from the Elector of Cologne, 567, 767, 769, 775.

Chance, Jeremiah, 418.

Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer. See Exchequer (Receipt).

-, of the Garter. See Garter.

Chancery Court, England, 46, 439, 707, 749.

-, -, Clerk or Keeper of the Hanaper, 590. See Chandos, Duke of.

-, -, King's or Queen's fines in 654.

-, -, Masters in, 228, 305.

-, -, records in. See Records.

-, Ireland, 518–9.

Chanclos, Lieut. Gen., 708.

Chancy, John, 222.

Chandler, James, 260, 435, 702.

-, Mr., 25, 33.

-, Richard, a Customs Commissioner, England, 71, 219, 654.

Chandlers (tallow), petition of, 786.

Chandos, Duke of. See Brydges, James.

Channel, the, French fleet in, 696.

Chapel Royal, England. See St. James's Palace.

-, -, Scotland, 212, 651.

Chapelizod (Ireland), 831.

Chaplin, Mary, 63, 72.

-, Thomas, 839.

Chapman, Allanson, 792.

-, Francis, 163.

-, Philip, Receiver General for co. Hunt, 496, 512, 582–3, 652.

-, Richard, 812.

-, Samuel, 221.

Chappell (Chapple), John, 386, 645, 790.

-, Jonathan, Reverend, 306, 412.

Chapter House Records. See Records.

Charing Cross. See Streets.

Charities. See Almoner; Navy (officers widows).

Charleroi (Netherlands), 497.

Charles Fort (? Gold Coast), 451.

Charles, Robert, lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

-, William, 208.

Charleston (S. Carolina), 29–31, 65, 825.

-, -, fire at, sufferers from, 64, 75, 82, 196, 392, 423, 625.

Charlewood, Benjamin, an apothecary to the Royal Household, 179, 206, 416, 608, 636, 811.

Charts. See Admiralty Charts.

Chatfield, John, under sheriff of Surrey, 561, 627.

Chatham (Kent), 335; lands for fortification of, 46, 233, 281.

-, naval chest at. See Navy.

Cheale, John, Arundel Herald Extraordinary, 11, 107; Norroy King of Arms. 11.

Cheap, William, 660.

Chedworth, Lord. See Howe, J.; Howe, J.T.

Cheeke (Cheek), Robert, sheriff of Somerset, 393.

-, Thomas, a lottery manager, 262, 648, 689.

Chelmsford Gaol, 787

Chelsea (Middlesex), 108.

-, Hospital, 108, 556.

-, Waterworks Company, 70, 447.

Chenevix (Chevenix), Lieut. Col. Philip, 622, 825.

Chepstow (co. Monmouth) 325, 564, 747.

Cherbourg (France), 317.

Cherokee Indians. See Indians.

-, Country, 65.

Cheselden. See Chiselden.

Cherry Cobb Sands (in the Humber), 118.

-, George, 213.

Cheshire county. See Chester.

Cheshire (Cheshyre), Edward, 209.

-, William, sheriff of Chester, 170.

Chessel, John, 789.

Chester city and port, 23, 26, 296, 314, 438, 440, 624, 527, 530, 535, 586, 590, 600, 647, 777.

-, -, office of ordnance at, 727.

-, county, 110, 119, 145, 154, 273, 314, 557.

-, -, Receiver General of. See Davenport, P.

-, -, -, of Crown rents for. See Cotton, L. S.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Cheshyre, W.; Leigh, P.; Egerton, P.

Chester, Anthony, 662.

-, Michael, 151, 231.

Chesterfield, Earl of. See Stanhope, P. D.

Chetwynd (Chetwynde), Walter, Governor of Barbados, 14.

-, William, Master and Worker of the Mint, 655, 663, 679, 750–1, 758, 764, 807, 837.

-, -, Examiner of Interludes, 161, 177, 191, 204, 397, 414, 429, 609, 623, 633, 798, 810, 823.

Chevenix. See Chenevix.

Chichester (Sussex), 95, 209, 220–1, 246, 285, 387, 435, 437, 647, 656, 812.

Chickasaw Indians. See Indians.

Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North. See Ancaster, Duke of; Cardigan, Earl of.

-, -, -, -, South. See Jersey, Earl of.

Child, Mr., 85.

-, Richard, 1st Earl Tylney, Warden of Waltham Forest, 166, 177, 191, 204, 397, 414, 430, 609, 623, 634, 798, 810, 823.

China, 508, 532.

Chinn (Chin), Edward, 279, 436, 653.

Chintzes, 39.

Chiselden (Cheselden), Mr., Physician, 236, 316, 450.

Chisholm, James, 311, 320.

Chitty, Joseph, merchant, 25, 52, 53, 75, 87, 448, 472, 508, 532, 536, 542, 570–1, 582, 592, 761, 767.

Chocolate (inland duties on), 382, 428, 783.

Cholmondeley, George, 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley, Privy Seal, 600, 643, 801, 815, 827; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1, 174, 196, 401, 419, 602, 615, 629, 640, 802; pension to, on the Irish Establishment (in trust for Lady Walmoden), 9, 36, 263, 363, 557; Vice-Treasurer, &c. of Ireland, 655, 749; lease to, 317, 333–4, 561.

Cholwich, John, 359.

Chrechley, Mr., 88.

Christchurch (Hants), 217, 433, 837.

Christening gifts from the King, 356, 566.

Christian, James, 211.

Christie, John, 74, 194.

Christ's Hospital boys, annuity to, 177, 206, 416, 608, 636, 674, 804; attending the Treasury, 225.

Churches, Commissioners for building fifty new, 51, 686; Treasurer to see Fane, H.; Blackerby, N.

Churchill (co. Worcester), 771.

Churchill, Charles, General, 254, 290, 447.

-, -, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 167, 200, 581, 819.

-, Joshua, a Salt Commissioner, Scotland, 90, 219.

-, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, 15, 84, 116, 568, 571, 573.

Chute, Anthony, 254, 355, 656.

Cider, duty on, 5, 757, 764, 770, 779; question of incidence of, 250, 259, 269, 757.

-, made into vinegar, drawback on, 13, 109, 115, 577, 580.

Cider House, Westminster, 541.

Cinders, duty on, 81.

Cinque Ports, Warden of. See Dorset, Duke of.

-, -, differences of with the Customs Commissioners over Admiralty droits, 33.

City impost. See London.

CIVIL LIST, ENGLAND, 586–7.

-, -, -, accounts, 78, 290, 491.

-, -, -, Act (Queen Anne), 46, 110.

-, -, -, debt, 11.

-, -, -, revenues, issues out of, 1, 12, 13, 16, 17, 22, 25, 32–3, 36, 40, 42–5, 47, 49, 50, 53, 57, 61, 64, 67, 69, 71, 73–4, 76–9, 82, 84, 86, 88, 90–4, 99, 101, 104–5, 225, 230, 233, 235–6, 241, 244, 247, 250, 254, 258, 260, 264, 266, 268, 274, 276, 279, 281, 283, 285, 287, 290, 294, 296, 299, 301, 304, 306, 310, 311, 315–6, 318–9, 322–3, 325, 327, 330, 332–3, 335, 337, 339, 442, 444–6, 450, 452, 454, 457, 459, 463–4, 468, 474, 476–7, 481, 483, 487, 490, 493, 496, 500–1, 503, 505, 508, 512, 515, 517, 520, 523, 525, 529, 531, 533, 536, 538–40, 656–7, 661–2, 664–5, 672, 674, 676, 678, 683, 685–7, 690–2, 694, 697–9, 702, 704–5, 709, 710, 712, 714, 716, 718, 724–5, 728, 731–2, 734, 744–2.

-, -, SCOTLAND, 307, 713.

-, -, -, quarterly payments for, 160, 171, 186, 198, 389, 402, 411, 424, 602, 613, 619, 638, 797, 807, 814, 819, 833.

-, -, -, Royal bounty, or charity out of, 617; charity roll, 814.

-, -, -, revenues, deficiency of, 324.

Clarebut, Capt., 566, 574.

Clarendon Press. See Oxford University.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), Charles, Sergeant at Law, a Baron of the Exchequer, 425, 434.

-, Charles, Lieutenant, 357.

-, Christopher, 838.

-, Dennis, 387.

-, Edward, Receiver General for part of Suffolk, 526, 533–4, 584, 587–8.

-, George, Lieut. Governor of New York and Deputy Auditor, 267, 434.

-, Gilbert, 218.

-, Henry, 838, 843.

-, James, 788.

-, Joanna, senr. and junr., 285, 474, 561, 569.

-, Jeremiah, 251.

-, John, 258, 261, 266, 418, 532, 812.

-, Joseph, 844.

-, Dame Mary 678, 766, 775.

-, Mr., 223.

-, Peter, 842.

-, Richard (see Curtis), sheriff of Monmouth, 417–8.

-, -, bread contractor for the forces, 42, 44.

-, Robert, 294, 838, 843–4.

-, Samuel, a messenger of the Exchequer, 5, 210.

-, -, Customs officer, 45.

-, William, 675, 754, 756.

-, Zachariah, 648.

Clarkson, John, 653.

-, Thomas, 774.

Clauses of bills drafted. See Parliament (drafts).

Clavell, Roger, 209.

Clavering, John, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 819.

Clay, Henry, 214.

-, Mrs., 34, 474, 681.

Clayton, Christopher, 132, 368, 770.

-, Jasper, General (Lieut. Gen.) Commander in Chief in North Britain, 22, 73, 171–2, 248, 250, 252, 272, 398.

-, Robert, 761; Receiver General for co. Hereford, 134, 279, 285, 288, 363–4, 406.

-, Thomas, 788.

-, William, Lord Sundon, a Treasury Lord, 4, 5, 11, 549, 559, 563, 764.

Cleland, Henry, 847.

-, Captain Thomas, 657.

Clements, James, 719.

-, Nathaniel, 650.

-, Robert, 650.

-, William, 650.

Cleret, John, 447, 474.

Clerk, Clerke. See Clark.

Clerk of the Council, Ireland. See Sackville, Lord, G.

-, of Estreats in the Common Pleas. See Eyre, E.

-, of the Hanaper in Chancery. See Brydges, J.

-, of the Peace and Clerk of the Crown, Leinster. See Whichcote, P.

-, of the Pells, Ireland. See Dodington.G.

-, of quit rents and Crown rents, Ireland. See Coplestone, T.

-, of the Signet. See Signet.

-, of the Treasury of the Exchequer, Ireland. See Dodington, G.

Clerkenwell (Middlesex), 24, 85, 133.

Cleveland, Duke of. See Fitz Roy, W. and C.

Cley (Norfolk), 219, 296, 653.

Clies, Captain William, 449, 471, 475.

Clifford (Clyfford), Baroness, 834.

-, and Sons, bankers in Holland, 226–7

-, Thomas, Receiver General for co. Monmouth, 279, 558, 613, 674, 754.

Clift, Thomas, 114, 211.

Clifton, Gabriel, 209.

Clinton, Honble. George, Governor of New York, 173, 261, 267, 274, 294–5, 405, 668, 752,

-, Henry, 2lst Earl of Lincoln (afterwards Duke of Newcastle), a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 115, 391, 620.

-, Lord. See Fortescue, H.

Clive, Edward, a Serjeant-at-Law, 84; a Baron of the Exchequer, 813.

-, George, Cursitor Baron of the Exchequer, 643.

Cloathier, William, 193.

Cloth, Portuguese, 75, 85.

Clothing (army). See Invalid.

Clutterbuck, Thomas, a Treasury Lord, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 11; Treasurer of the Navy, 39, 96, 97, 128–9, 188, 200, 214, 282, 303, 406, 449, 450, 543, 687, 700.

-, William, 594.

Clyde (Scotland), 658–9, 731–2.

Clyfford. See Clifford.

Coade, Robert Fowler, a lottery manager, 648, 689, 721, 726.

COAL DUTIES, 81, 348, 389.

-, -, bonds (for coast carriage, or coast bonds, including cocquets), 17, 55, 75, 80, 81, 148, 151, 153, 230, 345, 381, 780.

-, -, Comptroller of. See Savage, J.

-, -, frauds on, 55, 80, 81, 85, 89, 90, 99, 102–3, 137, 138, 148, 151, 230, 234, 236, 299, 301, 303, 325–6, 334, 338, 345, 441, 451, 468, 474, 504, 562–3, 577, 592.

-, -, office, method of accounts and audit of, 80, 81, 85, 102, 103, 105.

-, -, Receiver of. See Deacon, J.

Coal measures, Act for, 335.

-, meter's certificates, 80, 81, 102–3, 105.

Coast bonds. See Coal.

Coates, Nathaniel, 653, 844.

-, William, 547.

Cobb pier. See Lyme Regis.

Cobham, Viscount. See Temple, Richard.

Coblentz (Germany), 262–3.

Cocart, Capt. Isaac, 139, 491, 546, 842.

Cochran, Thomas, a Commissioner of Excise, Scotland, 219.

Cock, James, 840.

-, Inn (Haymarket), 550.

Cockburne (Cookburn, Cokburne), John smuggler, 520, 522, 525.

-, Joseph Capt., 501, 558, 562, 572, 576, 583.

Cockburnspath (“Coldbrandspath”), (co. Berwick), 143.

Cockbush (Sussex), 209, 221.

Cockell, John, 351, 360, 362.

-, William, 765.

Cockenzie (Scotland), 554.

Cocks. See Cox.

Cocoa nuts, 21.

Cod fishery, Scotland, 3.

Coddington, Dixey, 237, 434.

-, Samuel. 338, 600.

Code, George, 551.

Codlin, John, 418.

Coffee, 384; from British plantations, 20.

-, inland duties on, 428, 783. See Excise.

Cofferer of the Household. See Royal Household.

Coham, William, 644.

Coin (Coins) (and moneys of account). See moedas, pistoles, eight pieces of, guineas, dollars, guilders, stivers, crowns, shillings, sixpence, sols, deniers, schilling, pesos.

-, diminishing of. See Mint.

-, exporting of, 226–7, 471.

-, seizures of. See Seizures.

Coinage duty, 547.

Coinage House, Scotland. See Mint, Scotland.

Coke, Mr., 264.

-, Thomas, Lord Lovel, 19th Earl of Leicester, Postmaster General, 102, 114, 117, 304, 482, 504, 764, 834, 841.

Colby, Captain, 302.

Colchester (Essex), 322, 526, 574, 652, 741, 787.

-, Maynard, 338, 529.

Coldingham (lordship, Berwick), 767.

Cole Harbour (lands, co. Hants), 355.

Cole, James, register of certificates, Jersey, 841.

-, Joseph (Customs officer), 646; of Grays Inn, 533.

-, Mr. (Record Oifice), 21, 50, 77, 105, 318, 339, 466, 491, 746.

Colebrooke, James, Justice of Peace, 737.

-, John, deputy paymaster of the forces in Jamaica. 7, 564–5.

-, Robert, 756.

Coleford Chapel (co. Gloucester), 70, 87, 88, 111, 149, 150, 237, 243, 484.

Coleman, John, 221.

Coles, George, 581.

-, Joseph, 587.

Colesworthy, Michael, 69.

Colhoun, Robert, 838.

Colinge, Richard and William, Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes, 651.

Collier (Collyer), George, surveyor of houses, 222.

-, James, a Cashier of the Bank of England, 133, 556, 676; receiver of lotteries, 646.

-, Mr., Customs officer, 90, 442.

-, Thomas, 838.

Collins (Collings), Arthur. royal bounty to, 82, 171, 197, 258, 322–3, 400, 424, 529, 638, 683, 724, 807, 829.

-, James, a Cashier of the Bank of England, 251–2.

-, Joseph, 844.

-, William, 128.

Collyer. See Collier.

Cologne (Germany), 640, 729.

-, Elector of, ambassador from see Ambassadors (from).

-, -, Court of, 794.

-, -, subsidy to, 510, 640, 807, 815, 825; treaty for, 800.

Colt, Harry, 447.

-, Lieutenant, 447.

-, Mary, 447.

-, Sophia, 447.

-, Thomas, 109.

-, Sir William Dutton (Envoy at Hanover), 447.

Colwell, John, 484.

Combwich (Somerset), 209, 220.

Commendah (Gold Coast), 5, 451.

Commercial matters. See Trade.

-, treaties. See Portugal.

Commissary General's office and Commissary of Musters. See Army (Commissary); America (Expedition); Danish; Hessian.

Commission. See Exchange (bills of).

Commissioners. See Admiralty; Army (debts); Churches; Customs; Excise; Hackney Coaches; Hawkers and Pedlars; Improvements; Ireland (revenue); Prizes, Queen Caroline; Salt; Taxes; Wine.

Common Pleas, Court of, 81.

-, -, -, chamber, 541.

-, -, -, Clerk of Estreats in. Eyre, E.

-, -, Justices of. See Parker, Sir T.; Abney, Sir T.; Burnet, T.

-, -, prosecutions in, 41.

-, -, Rolls. See Records.

-, -, Ireland, Chief Justice of. See Gore, G.

COMMONS, HOUSE of, 15, 37, 92, 241, 289, 545.

-, -, applications to. SeeParliament.

-, -, accounts prepared for, 547, 549, 551, 750, 753, 755–6.

-, -, addresses from, 46, 780.

-, -, Clerk of. See Hardinge, N.

-, -, clerks of, 189, 285, 412, 501, 621, 705, 817.

-, -, estimates for. See Estimates.

-, -, furniture for, 469, 507.

-, -, incidents and necessaries for, 66, 189, 412, 621, 816.

-, -, Journals of, printing of, 53–4, 57, 62, 66, 84, 192, 236, 394.

-, -, -, fees for inspecting, 53, 394.

-, -, -, papers included in, 62.

-, -, officers of, payments to, 84.

-, -, petitions to, 35, 542.

-, -, printing for. See Printing.

-, -, privilege of, breach of, 241.

-, -, Serjeant at Arms attending. See Odiarne, W.

-, -, Speaker of. See Onslow, A., 62, 228, 268, 301, 304, 332, 457, 490, 678, 699, 725.

-, -, votes of, 172, 391.

Company y Gomila, Dr. Juan, Assessor in Chief of the Ecclesiastical Court, Minorca, 291, 674, 689.

Compassionate list. See Petty bounty.

Compter. See Poultry Compter; Wood Street Compter.

Compton, Charles, Envoy at Lisbon to the King of Portugal, 53, 61, 162, 165, 186, 392, 398, 424, 473, 500, 612, 615, 642; Paymaster of Pensions, 734, 831, 848.

-, Edward, deputy Paymaster at Amsterdam, 180.

-, George, a Treasury Lord, 11, 16–20, 22–5, 31–3, 35–6, 38–9, 41–5, 47–52, 54–6, 59–64, 66, 68–75, 83–4, 92–4, 97–9, 105, 227–8, 230, 232–4, 236–9, 241–2, 646–50, 253–4, 256, 258, 260, 262–5, 268, 273, 275, 279, 298, 301, 311, 313–5, 317, 319, 321, 323, 325, 327–8, 330–4, 336–8, 443–9, 451, 453, 455–6, 458, 461–2, 464, 468–70, 472, 474–7, 495, 499, 500, 503–4, 507, 514, 517, 520–1, 523–4, 536–40, 542.

-, Spencer, Earl of Wilmington, 360, 769; death of, 294; President of the Privy Council, 166, 181, 197; a Treasury Lord, 11, 13–20, 22–5, 27, 31–3, 35–6, 38–9, 41–5, 47–52, 54–6, 59–64, 66, 68–79, 82–95, 97–9, 101, 103, 105, 123, 152, 157, 170, 225, 227–8, 258 260, 262–5, 268, 273, 275, 279–83, 287 289, 311.

Comptrollers of Army Accounts. See Army (Accounts).

Comyn, Valens, Accomptant General of Excise 100, 327.

Concordatums, Ireland, overpayments on, 21 143, 255, 359, 466, 563, 662, 752.

Conduct money, 44, 83.

Conduit. See Hyde Park.

Conduitt, John, Master and Worker of the Mint, 663.

Coney, Edward, a Commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 650.

-, Humphrey, 215.

Connecticut, 162.

Connell, James, 317.

Connor, John, 34, 126.

Constable, Cuthbert, 66.

-, Sir Marmaduke, 755, 768, 775.

Constable. See Dublin Castle; Windsor Castle; Tower.

Constantine, Francisco, 789.

Constantinople, 352.

Constitution Hill. See Streets.

Contingencies of the Army, 293, 322, 500.

-, -, in Flanders, 33.

-, -, in Ireland. See Military.

Convoy, 45, 96, 99, 119, 154, 225, 232, 471, 496, 561, 566–7.

Conway (Carnarvon), 671, 758, 761.

Coode, Henry, 547.

Cook (Cooke), John, 564; stamp office, 215, 221, 477; sheriff of Kent, 812; sheriff of Rutland, 625.

-, Lieut. Col., 68, 69.

-, Mary, 80.

-, Mr., protonotary, 41.

-, Richard, 733, 735, 776.

-, Thomas (customs), 266, 306; (stamps), 269, 435, 477; (forfeited estates), 529.

Cooksey (Cookesey), Richard, a Paymaster of Exchequer Bills. 69, 143, 649.

Cookson, William, 702, 705, 711, 724, 731, 735, 777, 781, 786.

Cooley, Robert, 418.

Coombes, Charles, 229.

Cooper (Cowper), Ashley, Clerk of Parliament, 412.

-, Captain, 24.

-, Gervas, 221.

-, Henry, 770, 778.

-, Joseph, 845.

-, Martin, 812.

-, Richard, 442, 770.

-, Thomas, 26, 86, 150.

-, William, Knight Harbinger, 161, 177, 190, 388, 397, 429, 608, 623, 634, 797, 809, 823.

-, -, a debtor, 526, 533, 584, 587.

-, -, (afterwards Clavering-Cowper), 2nd Earl Cowper, Royal present to, 356.

Coote, Richard, 735, 786.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Bellomont, Governor of New York, 267.

Cope, James, Secretary to the Commissaries at Antwerp, 176; Resident with the Hanse towns, 162, 186, 205, 393, 409, 423, 606, 620, 631, 794, 806, 821, 833.

-, Sir John, General, 458, 462, 464, 470, 505, 507, 575, 678–9, 688, 736, 765–6, 768–9, 781; Commander in Chief in Scotland, 629, 708–9, 712–3, 717, 780, 808.

-, John, Brigadier Gen. and Governor of Limerick, 136, 560.

Copenhagen, 821.

Copithorne, Capt. Richard, 56, 64, 75, 85, 99, 104, 137, 148.

Coplestone, Thomas, register of forfeitures and clerk of quit and Crown rents, Ireland, 9, 557.

Copley, Godfrey, sheriff of York, 627, 639.

-, Robert, 842.

Coppard, William, 113.

Copper, importation of, 552–3, 595, 597–8.

-, coinage (in the Mint), contract for copper for, 101, 667, 764.

-, Miners Company of England, 101, 346, 667.

-, plates for lottery tickets, 592.

Copson, Thomas, 841.

Corbet (Corbett), Robert, Receiver General for Surrey, 147.

-, Thomas, Seretary to the Admiralty, 5, 45, 70, 83, 85, 86, 90, 91, 95, 99, 149, 152, 154, 246, 261, 284, 293, 306, 319, 332, 348, 380, 446, 448, 467, 471, 496, 499, 509, 533, 542, 554–5, 560–1, 563, 566–7, 657, 672, 682, 691, 713, 720, 725, 727, 732, 740, 742, 768, 782–3, 785–6, 788.

-, William, Comptroller, Dumfries, 25.

-, Sir William, a Revenue Commissioner and Excise Commissioner, Ireland, 9, 557, 650, 694, 765, 777.

-, William, Paymaster of sea officers widows' charity, 288–9; lease to, 96, 241; Paymaster to the Treasurer of the Navy and acting as temporary Navy Treasurer, 132, 153, 200, 273, 280, 282, 285, 287, 290, 296, 301, 303, 305, 309, 312, 313, 315, 318–9, 321–2, 325, 328, 330, 333, 337, 367, 373, 375, 405–6, 411, 427, 436, 449, 504, 531, 542–3, 592, 665, 675, 687, 738, 741; commission to, as such, 436.

Corbiere, Anthony, a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 436.

Corbridge, James, 848.

Corderoy, Mr., 704.

Cork (Ireland), 17, 45, 53, 54, 110, 115, 118, 137, 261, 264, 275, 280, 304, 316, 581, 598, 630, 691, 696; French Churches at, 831.

Corks, 386.

Corn, bounty on, 786.

-, debentures for drawback on, 73, 766, 776.

-, exportation of, 455.

-, high duty on, 125.

-, prices of. See Prices.

-, seizures of, 759.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Henry.

Cornelius, John, 238, 348.

Corner, Charles, chief glazier, England, 838.

-, Henry, 65, 74, 143, 149.

-, Robert, 442, 574, 643, 645.

Cornish, Thomas, 545, 594.

Cornwall county, 378, 560, 566–7.

-, -, Receivers General of. See Eliot, W.

-, -, Sheriff of. See Glynn, N.

-, -, tinners of, 726–7.

-, Duchy, Receiver of Crown rents for, 643.

Cornwall, Lieut. Gen. [Henry], 666, 671, 712, 714.

Cornwallis, Charles, 5th Lord, afterwards 1st Earl Cornwallis, Constable of the Tower, 582, 589, 666, 687, 743; Lieut. of the Tower, 800.

-, Brigadier Gen. Stephen, 44, 682.

Coronel, Isaac & Co., bread contractors for the forces, 42, 44, 247, 250, 482, 667.

Corrie, James, 311.

Corrody, 177.

Corryarrick (co. Inverness), 253.

Corteso, Mr., bread contractor for the forces, 44.

Corton (Suffolk), 211.

Costa, John David Mendez de, 248, 482, 667.

Cotterell (Cottril), Charles, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, 191, 204, 396, 414, 429, 609, 623, 633, 797, 810, 824; Marshal of same, 841.

-, Sir Clement, Master of the Ceremonies. See Dormer, Sir C. C.

-, Col., regiment of, 79.

-, Margaret, 72, 570, 573.

-, Robert, Marshal of the Ceremonies, 161, 176, 204, 396, 414, 429, 609, 623, 633, 797, 810, 823, 841.

Cotton, Anthony, heirs of, 177, 415, 636.

-, Sir John Hynde, 763; perpetuity to, 50, 182, 812; Treasurer of the Chamber, 655, 697, 699, 719, 799, 837.

-, Lynch Salisbury, Receiver of Crown rents for North Wales, 48, 216, 762.

Cotton Library, deputy keeper of. See Casley, D.

Cotton, cotton goods, 385, 593, 595–6, 749, 789.

Couch, Hugh, 384.

Coulson, Stephen, 209.

-, Thomas, 777, 779.

Council, England and Ireland. See Privy Council.

Countersigning of warrants. See Secretary of War.

Counterfeiting and Counterfeiters. See Mint.

Couraud, John, transmitter of papers to the State Paper Office, 56, 208, 305, 322; Keeper of the State Paper Office, 161, 214; Latin Secretary, 169, 183, 195, 202, 249, 400, 408, 421, 424, 432, 610, 619, 632, 795, 805, 816, 826, 836.

Couppee, Mr., 686.

Coureul [? Coronel], Lewis, 686.

Court, Courts, Baron, 334.

-, of delegates and appeals, Four Courts, &c. See Dublin.

-, Leet, 334, 846.

-, of Requests. See Requests.

Courts and Corporations, Inspector of, 847.

Coutts (Coutes, Couts), James, 255, 569.

-, John, 230.

-, Robert, 276, 282, 363.

Covent Garden. See Streets.

Coventry, sheriffs of. See Kirkman, J.; Freeman, E.

Coverly, John, 745.

Cowan, William, 845.

Cowdery, Elizabeth, 183.

-, Mr. Nathaniel, chief clerk in the office of the Auditor of the Receipt, 169, 195, 202, 311, 400, 407, 421, 431, 610, 619, 635, 795, 805, 817, 828.

Cowes (Isle of Wight), 101, 284, 300, 482, 647.

Coweta (Cowketa) (Georgia), 28.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Coxe (Cox, Cocks), John Hippisley, 113.

-, Peter, 848.

-, Richard, 306, 324.

-, Robert, Undersheriff of London and Middlesex, 754.

-, Sarah, 760.

-, Thomas, 504, 584, 648, 653.

-, William, 760.

Coyte, Thomas, 435.

Coytmore, Richard, 647.

Cracherode, Anthony, Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury, 9; Solicitor to the Hawkers and Pedlars, 49.

-, Mordaunt, Governor of Landguard Fort, 616.

Cradock (Craddock), Reverend Thomas, 605.

-, Zachary, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

Craggs, James, 842.

Craigflower (co. Fife), 562.

Craigie, John, 212, 434.

-, Robert, Lord Advocate, Scotland, 507.

Craik, Thomas, 646.

Crail (co. Fife), 641.

Cramacke, Alexander, 649.

Cramer, Jacob, 569.

Cranbourne Chase and Lodge. See Windsor Forest.

Cranston, Lieut., 679.

Crawford, Earl of. See Lindsay, J.

-, Andrew, 327.

-, Henry, 533, 537, 587, 641.

-, John, 294, 648.

-, Neil, 647.

Crediton, Devon, 328, 546.

Creed (Cred), Gyles, 484.

-, Peter, 841.

-, Uriah, 88, 151, 284.

Creek Indians. See Indians.

-, country, 65.

Cremer, Thomas, examiner of Tellers' vouchers, 360.

Cresset, Georgiana, pension to, 22, 631.

Creswick, John, 53.

Cretchley, Joseph, 148. See Crutchley.

Crichton, Robert, 653.

Crickett, John, 43.

Crieff (co. Perth), 22, 171–2, 252–3, 464, 490, 660, 679.

Crimps (coal trade), 80, 102–3, 138, 236, 325–6.

Crocker, Arthur, 838.

-, John, 338.

Croft (Crofts), Sir Archer, 500–1.

Croggan, Samuel, 845, 848.

Croker, Gerard, Receiver General for co. Oxford, 111, 349.

Cromartie, Earl of. See Mackenzie, George.

Cromarty (Scotland), 644.

Crondall (co. Hants), 379, 380.

Crook, Christopher, 433.

-, Mary, 76 145, 147.

Crookshanks, Capt., 684.

Cross (Crosse), Hammond, sheriff of Beds, 811.

-, Sir John, 737.

-, Richard, 316, 320, 351, 353, 374.

-, Thomas, 351, 644.

Cross road letters. See Post office (bye).

Crosthwaite (Crostwait), John, 236.

Crotal (Crotall), Abraham, 524, 540.

Crotch, Edward, 168.

Crouch, Edmund, 256.

Crow, William, sheriff of Norwich, 417.

Crowforth, Thomas, 213.

Crowland (Croyland) manor (co. Lincoln), 673, 750, 754, 758.

Crowle, George, 650.

-, Richard, 110, 114.

Crown, crowns (coins), 38; Danish, 51, 74; Imperial, 90; German, 696; Amsterdam Bank, 696.

CROWN debts, debtors, 247, 350, 363. See Defaulting.

-, LANDS, leases of, 14, 46, 108–10, 113–6, 123, 127–9, 130, 132, 135, 141, 150, 154, 345, 349–51, 353–5, 358, 360, 363, 365, 367–8, 376, 379, 380, 545–6, 550, 553, 558, 561–3, 568–9, 573, 587, 591, 748, 758, 761, 769, 775, 783, 786–7.

-, -, revenues of, auditors of see Exchequer Court auditors; for receivers of see Wales and the various counties.

-, -, rents, Ireland, clerk of. See Coplestone, T.

-, -, Scotland, chamberlains, receivers and collectors of, 45.

-, -, Surveyor General of, passim. See Walker, T.; Harbord, Sir C.

-, LAW, costs and charges, 89, 142, 162, 194, 198, 206, 237, 321, 324–5, 392, 424, 529, 585, 613, 639, 683, 690, 709, 808, 834. See Paxton, N.; Sharpe, J.; Scrope, J.

-, -, OFFICE in the Inner Temple, 74, 645, 760.

-, -, King's Clerk in. See Masterman, H.

-, -, prosecutions in. 206, 645.

-, rights over navigable rivers, 239.

Croxall, E., sheriff of Warwick, 626.

Croyland. See Crowland.

Crutchley alias Cretchley, James, 151.

Cruttall, Abraham, 747, 749.

-, James, 485.

Crymble. Murray, Receiver General of Jamaica, 278.

Cuba, 28.

Cubitt, Robert, 215.

Cuff, Thomas, 43, 336.

Cullairney (Ceres, co. Fife), 551.

Cullercoates (Northumberland), 249.

Culliford, William, 101.

Culloden (Inverness), 717.

Cullyer, William, 839, 846.

Culm, duties on, 81, 89. See Coals.

Culross (co. Perth), 562.

Cumberbatch, Roger, 334.

CUMBERLAND county, 256, 646.

-, -, distributor of stamps for. See Knott, M.; Hutchinson, E.

-, -, Receiver General for. See Fletcher, J.; How, P.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Fletcher, H.; Turner, M.

-, DUKE William Augustus of, 78, 90, 469, 556, 702, 724, 788, 810 830, 834; Duke of Brunswick Lüneburg and Captain General of the Forces, 803.

-, -, establishment of, 169, 408, 432.

-, -, payments to (including royal bounty, table money when abroad and quarterly establishment), 86, 169, 172, 195, 202, 399, 402, 408, 421, 432, 608, 618, 632, 680, 683, 687, 694, 702, 712, 734, 793, 804, 807, 810, 816, 826, 830, 835.

-, -, embarking for Holland, 683.

-, -, movements in Scotland, 733, 743.

-, -, regiment of, 44, 272, 834.

-, Lodge. See Windsor Forest.

-, Sound, Georgia, 69.

Cumbraes (Scotland), 327, 840.

Cummin, Robert, 211.

Cummins (Cummings), Jane, 753.

-, Thomas, 247, 753.

Cundett, William, 336.

Cunningham, James, 210.

Cupar (Fife), 4.

Curling, Capt. Daniel, 593, 598.

-, John, 790.

Currants, 384–5, 593–5, 598, 774, 789–91.

Currency. See Coins, Merks, Amsterdam, Flanders, Hamburg, Dutch, Jamaica.

Curtis, Abraham, 841.

-, John, 266.

-, Joseph, bread contractor, 42, 44.

Cusings, Thomas, 233.

CUSTOMS, AMERICA or PLANTATIONS. See also Four and a half.

-, -, establishment, quarterly payments for. 184, 207, 408, 431, 571, 619, 793, 818, 835.

-, -, officers of. See Bermudas, Barbados, Bahamas. Leeward, Jamaica, Rhode Island.

-, -, Surveyor General of Northern and Southern Continent of. See America.

-, ENGLAND. See also Coal.

-, -, accomptant of Petty Customs. See Dawson, W.; Manley, W.

-, -, accounts, quarterly, 202.

-, -, Commission of, 70–1, 74, 194, 654.

-, -, Commissioners of, passim. See Westby, W. G.; Hotham, B.; Leheup, I.; Mead, S.; Stanley, Sir J.; Evelyn, Sir J.; Fairfax, B.; Hill, J.; Baylis, Sir R.; Chandler, R.; Vaughan, G.; Riggs, E.

-, -, Comptrollers General of accounts of, 41, 55, 67, 103, 105, 269, 270, 369, 716, 760. See Parsons, R.

-, -, -, method of passing and keeping accounts, 80, 81, 302–3, 457–8.

-, -, duties, relaxation of. See Free Importation.

-, -, establishment, payments for officers, London port and outports, 160, 169, 184, 196, 203, 399, 408, 423, 431, 610, 619, 634, 638, 793, 805, 818, 828, 835.

-, -, fees from customers for passing accounts, 160.

-, -, frauds (see Coal Duties), 132, 245, 261, 291, 446, 562.

-, -, House, 12, 13, 27, 39, 54, 67, 85, 89, 102, 110, 125, 127, 129, 132, 137, 141, 148, 269, 341, 345, 355, 361–6, 369.375, 380, 460, 489, 527, 529, 552–4, 566, 675, 772, 781, 783, 787, 840.

-, -, laws, renewal of, 100, 228.

-, -, making up books of. See Beresford, J.

-, -, messenger attending, from the Treasury. See Bryant, E.

-, -, new imposts, revenue from, 67.

-, -, old subsidy, 612.

-, -, parchment books for. 160, 388, 600, 601, 798.

-, -, payments from, into the Exchequer, 134, 186, 351, 391, 551, 568, 618, 754–5, 806.

-, -, -, out of, 814.

-, -, Receiver General of. See Eckersal, J., 41, 55, 67, 114, 134, 174, 186, 344, 391, 463, 498, 717, 755; regulation as to bonds in his custody, 457–8, 496.

-, -, regulations between England and Ireland, relaxation of, 26, and see Ireland (free).

-, -, secretary to. See Wood. W.; Manley, W., 78, 90, 253, 299, 455–6, 571, 757, 787.

-, -, seizures. See Seizures.

-, -, sloops, 56, 63, 545–6, 766, 778.

-, -, -, scheme for reduction of, in consequence of the war, 489.

-, -, Solicitors, 69, 82, 85, 245, 301, 338, 747; Solicitor for the Northern ports see Wyatt, E.; Metcalf, G., 218; Solicitor for London and the Western ports see Metcalf, G.; Brian, T., 218; Solicitor for bonds and criminal prosecutions or third Solicitor for see Greaves, W.; Simon, H.; Swainston, R.

-, -, superannuation fund for officers, history of, 498–9.

-, -, warehousing. See Warehousing.

-, -, weekly certificates from, 252.

-, IRELAND. See Ireland (revenue); Ireland (free).

-, -, Surveyor General of. See Gardiner, L.; Stanley, Sir J.; Monk, H. S.

-, -, Custom House, Dublin, 115, 275, 751.

-, SCOTLAND (including Salt from Sept. 1742, the date of the separate Scotch Commission of Customs), 307.

-, -, accounts, 290.

-, -, agent to, in England. See Bowles, Mr.

-, -, alteration of ports, 562.

-, -, arrears, orders as to, 534.

-, -, Commission of, 70, 71, 194, 259–60, 644.

-, -, Commissioners. See Cardonel, J.; Vaughan, G.; Arbuthnot, A.; Campbell, J.; Ross, Lord G.; Somers, R.; Campbell, C.; Cardonell, M., 24, 47, 73, 105, 116, 122, 144, 157, 228, 242, 259, 260, 285, 287, 295, 299, 300, 308, 324, 333, 364, 367, 371, 440, 466 480, 499, 504, 506, 533–5, 537, 544, 551, 563, 568–9, 579, 587, 641, 684, 713, 738, 742, 750, 756, 759, 765, 772.

-, -, establishment, quarterly payments for, 160, 171, 186, 198, 389, 402 411, 424, 601, 612, 619, 638, 797, 807, 819, 833.

-, -, Inspector of seizures. See Halyburton, J.; Glen, J.

-, -, officers, removal of, 223.

-, -, Receiver General of, 534. See Graham, M.; Murray, J.

-, -, Secretary to. See Tuder, J.

-, -, Solicitor to, 223. See Swainston, R.; Lascelles, P.

Cuthbert, Dougall, 148, 154.

Cwmberwyn (Cumbergwn), Forest of, co. Radnor, 125, 136.

Cwmwyd y Perfedd (Cardigan), 44–5, 124, 131–2, 153, 247.

Cwrt y Gollen (Brecon), 433.

Czarina. See Russia.



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