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'Index: F', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 888-892. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92093 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Facey, Henry, 647.

-, Richard, 652.

Faikney (Fackney), David, 6, 209.

Fair, Charles, 842.

Fairchild, John, 645.

Fairfax, Bryan, a Commissioner of Customs, England, 71, 219, 654.

-, Col., heirs of, perpetuity to, 158, 178, 192, 204, 397, 414, 430, 609, 624, 634, 798, 810, 822.

-, Thomas, 680–1.

-, -, 6th Lord Fairfax, 763, 813.

Falconer. See Royal Falconer.

Fall, James, 211, 651.

Falmouth (Antigua), 330.

-, (Cornwall), 105, 208, 218, 438, 449, 556, 595–6, 598, 645, 647, 672, 708, 726, 749, 790, 839.

Fan Grove (coppice Surrey), 238, 347, 733, 788.

Fancia, Abraham, 780.

Fane (Vane), Francis, pension to, 9, 51, 557.

-, Henry, a trustee for Princess Royal's wedding portion, 46, 232; a joint vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 152, 217, 557, 655; Treasurer to the Commissioners for new churches, 51, 215; manager of lotteries, 252, 592, 603, 644, 648, 663, 688, 826; a chief clerk of the Treasury, 71, 238, 361, 368–9, 376, 511, 576, 579, 581, 589, 679, 708, 719, 720, 765, 768, 781, 783, 787; payments to, for sorting and digesting records in the Treasury, 170, 183, 196, 202, 400, 407, 422, 431, 610, 619, 635, 795, 805, 816, 827.

-, Mr. (Crown office), 74, 90 (?).

-, -, Counsel for the Board of Trade, 149.

Farley, Abraham, deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt (Tally Court), 198, 419; payments to, for ordering and methodising records in the Receipt, 167, 399, 625, 697, 802, 832.

-, Mr., a clerk in the Record office, 21, 50, 77, 104, 318, 339, 466, 491, 522, 746.

-, Daniel, salt merchant, 283.

-, Edward, a printer, 26, 40, 128, 360.

Farmer, Lewis, 653.

Farmingwood (co. Northampton), 784.

Faro (Portugal), 384, 460.

Farquhar, Alexander, 213.

-, James, 218.

Farr, James, 643, 647.

-, William, 839.

Farrington, Thomas, an auditor of the Exchequer Court for Crown Revenues, &c. (South Wales, &c), 72, 74, 98, 101, 160, 175, 190, 203, 276, 283, 349, 397, 413, 428, 608, 623, 634, 784–5, 797, 809, 823.

Farwell, Richard, 686.

Fathers, John, 437.

Fauchion, Besbeech, 19, 209, 211.

Faulkener, John, 847.

Faversham (Kent), 288–9, 306, 310, 331.

Fawkener, Sir Everard, Ambassador to the Grand Seignior, 281, 352; Postmaster General, 764, 841.

Fawler, John, 541.

Fead. See Ford.

Fearnley, Edward, 209.

Featherstone, James, 137.

Fees and allowances at the Exchequer, Crown office, &c., 12, 74, 340.

Feild, Feilder, Feilding. See Field; Fielder; Fielding.

Felons, transportation of, to America (see Reed, A.), 5, 173, 197, 403, 603, 636, 665, 800, 819, 835.

Felpham (Sussex), 95, 285.

Fennell, Edmond, 386.

Fenwick (Finwick), Nicholas, 689.

-, Thomas, 333.

-, William, 230, 288.

Ferguson, John, 18, 724.

Fermiers Généraux. See France.

Fern (Ferne), James, 276, 290, 312, 364, 366, 872.

Ferrers, Earl. See Shirley, H.

Ferries, lease of, 23.

Ferryland (Newfoundland), 516.

Feu duties, Scotland. See dues.

Fez. See Morocco, Ambassadors (to).

Fides, James, 594.

Field (Feild), Edmund, 475, 485, 569.

-, Elizabeth, 570, 573.

-, John, 72, 570, 647.

-, Nicholas, 222.

Fielder (Fielder), Richard, 420.

Fielding (Feilding), Col. Charles, Equerry to the King, 75, 482, 562, 567.

-, Lady Diana, 697.

-, George, 452, 510, 576.

-, Israel, Commissary and Comptroller General of stores to the Duke of Schomberg, 452, 501, 510, 576.

Fife, William, 654.

-, (county), 3, 93, 347, 551, 661; Chamberlain of see Rothes, Earl of; Wigtoun, Earl of; Sherifdom of, 548–9.

Figgote, Thomas, 418.

Figs, 549, 595.

Finch, Lady Belle (Cecilia Isabella), pension to, 53, 121, 135, 267, 557.

-, Daniel, 8th Earl of Winchilsea and Earl of Nottingham. First Lord of the Admiralty, 51, 197, 516–7, 522.

-, Edward, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Czarina, 40, 42, 162, 175, 195, 393, 108; a Groom of the Bedchamber, 392, 403, 819.

-, Henry, Receiver General of Minorca, 79, 84, 291, 439; Surveyor General of Works, 337, 439.

-, William, Vice-chamberlain of the Household, 327, 378, 394, 604, 620, 630, 642, 762–3, 771, 775, 803, 819, 831.

Findlater, Earl of. See Ogilvy, J.

Fines. See Records; Wine licence.

Finlay, Thomas, 528.

-, William, 659.

Finney, Charles, 648.

Finwick. See Fenwick.

Fire at Charleston. See Charleston.

-, Insurance Co. See Hand in Hand.

Firebrace (Firebrass), Sir Cordell, 68, 108, 142.

Firelocks, 81.

First Fruits, payments out of. See Queen (Anne's bounty).

-, -, Receiver General of. See Henderson, J.; Turner, G.

Fish, Elizabeth, 276.

Fish Yard. See Streets.

Fisher, Benjamin, smuggler, 242, 264, 483.

-, Catherine, pension to, 171.

-, Dorothy, pension to, 171.

-, Isabella, pension to, 171.

-, John, 289, 691.

-, Mary, pension to. 171

-, Thomas, 581.

-, William, pension to, 171.

Fisheries, Scotland, report on, 3. See Improvements; Herring; Cod; Ling.

Fitch, John, 643.

FitzGerald, Edward, 751.

FitzPatrick, John, 2nd Lord Gowran (afterwards Earl of Upper Ossory), 711, 728, 784.

FitzRoy, Augustus, Lord, 514, 680.

-, Lady Barbara, 688.

-, Charles, Keeper of the King's Tennis Courts, 178, 191, 396, 413, 429, 609, 623, 633, 797, 809, 824.

-, -, 2nd Duke of Cleveland, 688, 700.

-, -, 2nd Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 94, 107, 109, 121, 153, 281, 369, 370–1, 381–2, 471, 485, 747, 775, 782; for warrants by as Lord Chamberlain see under Royal Household (Lord Chamberlain; pension to, 165, 181, 196, 390, 401, 419, 602, 615, 629, 640, 802, 816, 827; Warden of Whittlewood Forest, 235, 496, 565, 721, 755, 781.

-, William, 3rd Duke of Cleveland, 088, 700.

FitzWilliam, Richard, 6th Viscount FitzWilliam, of Meryon, 584.

-, William, 1st Baron Fitzwilliam of Milton (England) (and 3rd Earl Fitzwilliam, Ireland), 834.

FLANDERS, 82–3, 509, 519, 585, 723, 769.

-, Ambassadors to. See Ambassadors.

-, (and Germany), ENGLISH ARMY in 293, 486, 806.

-, -, augmentation of Horse and Dragoons in, 543.

-, -, baggage and bass horses and forage for, 44, 77, 268, 271–2, 486–7, 491–2, 817.

-, -, bread and bread waggons for, contract for (including forage magazines), 40–2, 44, 59–62, 68–9, 77, 82, 94, 98, 189, 193, 247, 250, 256, 260, 262 (terms of contract), 263, 398, 445, 447–8, 450, 452–4, 456, 458–9, 463, 482, 517–9, 583, 606–7, 665–8, 670, 676, 686–7, 803; scheme of magazines for, 454; rations and allowance of, 272–3, 476, 486.

-, -, camp necessaries for, 272, 350, 453, 458, 487, 507, 779, 834.

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

-, -, Commissary General of Stores for. See Burroughs, W.

-, -, Deputy Paymaster, 195, 459, 519, 607.

-, -, drafts for, 361, 502, 509.

-, -, estimates for (including issues), 224, 461–2, 666, 668, 734.

-, -, extraordinaries for, 195, 257, 333, 463, 506, 734, 736, 802–3.

-, -, forage money, questions as to, 487, 497–8, 500, 507.

-, -, General officers in, 95, 461.

-, -, horses for, 567, 615.

-, -, hospital for, 271, 275, 314–5, 319, 320, 389, 445, 453, 479, 658; Director of. See Ellis, J.; establishment for, 50, 79, 265, 461–2; medicine for. 257, 389, 607, 722, 663, 727, 740, 779, 807, 830; invalids returning from, 759.

-, -, ordnance for, 99.

-, -, regiments in, 37, 38, 238, 458, 745.

-, -, secret service for. See Dalrymple, J.

-, -, subsistence money for, 77, 94, 444, 529, 664. See Exchange (Flanders).

-, -, war losses in, 250.

-, Dutch forces in, 808.

-, exchange, rate of, and remittance of money to see Exchange (Flanders).

-, King George II. in, 76–7, 147, 372.

-, money (current), 37, 51, 77–9, 138, 142.

-, war in, in Queen Anne's time. See War.

Flax (in Scotland) cultivation of, 659–60.

Flaxley (Dean Forest), 484.

Fleet prison, 73, 76, 87, 107, 109, 115, 118, 128, 141, 273, 276, 238, 342, 355, 363, 374, 688, 756; escape of prisoners from, 151, 194, 284; smuggling outrages in, 91–2, 152, 269; warden of, 88, 91–2, 363. See Eyles, J.

Fleet Street. See Streets.

Fleetwood, Robert, 838, 842.

Fleming, Gilbert, 762; Lieut. General of the Leeward Isles, 620, 683, 761; Lieut. Gov. of St. Christopher, 182, 202, 405, 424, 614, 639, 809, 832.

-, Col. James, 487.

-, John, 8th Earl of Wigtoun, Chamberlain of Fife and Strathearn, 555, 649.

Flemming, Count [? George Joachim], 565.

Flemish duty, 493.

-, hair, 570.

-, money. See Flanders.

Flenty, John, 547.

Fletcher, Henry, sheriff of Cumberland, 417.

-, John, Receiver General for Cumberland and Westmorland, 48, 134, 160, 216, 279, 591, 642, 753.

-, Thomas, 839.

Flint county, 74, 110, 145, 154, 272, 569, 571, 647, 771.

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

Flitcroft, Henry, 125, 129.

Flood (Flud), Charles. 236.

-, John, 142, 418.

-, W., Solicitor General, Ireland, 350.

Florence (Italy), 200. See Resident at Tuscany.

-, John, 221.

Florida, 28–9.

-, Spanish claims as to extent of, 28.

-, war in, 27–31, 64–5.

Flotsam. See Admiralty (droits).

Floucher, John, 839.

Flournoy, Peter, Clerk of Robes and Wardrobes, 651.

Flower, Henry, Receiver General co. Wilts, 549, 585, 753, 765.

Floyd, John, 840.

Flushing. See Vlissingen.

Fogliani, Marquis, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of the two Sicilies, 246, 281, 283, 406.

Folkes, Martin, 548, 578, 587.

Folkestone (Kent), 445, 652, 656, 765, 788, 843.

Folliott, Major General, 510, 682, 729.

Fonlerton. See Foulerton.

Forage. See Flanders (army bread).

Forbes, Duncan, Lord President of the Session, 717.

-, Thomas, 294, 653.

-, William, 13th Lord Forbes of Forbes, allowance to children of, 159, 180, 204, 396, 414, 429, 609, 623, 797, 810, 823.

Forces. See Army, Flanders, Regiments.

Ford, Forrester, 258.

-, (Fead) James, 320, 838.

-, John, 644.

Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer Court. See Hammond, R.

-, Estreats. See Exchequer Court.

-, Protestants. See French (Protestants).

-, -, churches, royal bounty to, 86, 89, 193, 642. See Serces, J.

Foreland Rails. See Windsor Forest.

Forest Rolls. 746.

Forfar county, 119.

Forfeited estates, England (See Popish).

-, -, -, Commissioners of, 324.

-, -, -, Keeper of records of. See Turbill, G.; White, T.

-, -, -, Paymaster and Accomptant General of. See Slaughter, C.

-, -, -, records of, 449–50, 452–3, 529.

-, -, Scotland, 577, 750, 775.

-, -, -, Commissioner for. See Haldane, P.

-, -, -, Court of Delegates for, 707.

-, recognizances, 120, 148, 153–4, 281, 357, 366, 378, 547, 551, 574–15, 577, 586–7, 590.

Forfeitures, Ireland, Clerk and Register of. See Coplestone, T.

Forres (Scotland), 660.

Forrest, Robert, 233.

Forrester, John, 840.

Forsman, William, 43.

Forster (see Foster), James, sheriff of Dorset, 626.

-, Nicholas, Dr., 575.

-, Robert, 750.

-, William, 627

Fort Argyle. See Argyle.

-, Augusta. See Augusta.

-, Augustus (Scotland), 464, 679.

-, Francis (Florida), 28.

-, Frederick (Newfoundland), 522.

-, James (Gambia), 5.

-, Royal (Gold Coast), 451.

-, St. Diego (Florida), 28.

-, William (Newfoundland), 530, 662, 721–2.

-, -, (Scotland), 253, 260, 464, 654, 679, 845.

-, -, (? Williamsbury, South Carolina), 65.

Fortescue, Hugh, 14th Lord Clinton (afterwards Earl Clinton), 481.

Forth, Firth of, 3.

-, Major, payments to, for his Majesty's special service, 164.

Fortrose, Lord. See Mackenzie, K.

Fortune, William, Receiver General for Monmouth, 775, 777, 845.

Fosdyke (co. Lincoln), 95.

Foster (See Forster), Ed., 39.

-, Sir Michael, Serjeant at Law, Justice of the King's Bench, 841.

-, William, 468.

Foudray, Pile of (co. Lancs.), 751.

Fouler. See Fowler.

Foulerton (Fonlerton), Alexander, 845.

Foulks, Mr., 754.

Fouquet, Charles Louis Auguste de, Duc de Belle-Isle, Marshal of France, 699, 701.

Four Courts. See Dublin.

-, shillings per £ tax, Ireland, exemptions from, 9, 118, 135–7, 140, 152, 283, 357, 359, 363, 486, 520, 557–8, 560, 563, 572, 575, 711, 749, 758, 778.

-, and a half per cent. duty, in Barbados and the Leeward Isles (on sugar), including enumerated duties, 34, 200, 234, 351, 363, 369, 549, 674, 747, 767, 781.

-, -, -, issues out of, 14, 91, 667.

-, -, -, misconduct and frauds of officers of, 269–71, 289, 291, 453, 527–9, 588, 716, 731, 767, 781, 783.

Fournier. See Tournie.

Fowey (Cornwall), 434.

Fowke, Col. John, 685, 759.

Fowle, Humphrey, a Commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 65.

-, John, Auditor of Excise, a Commissioner of Excise, 210.

Fowler (Fouler), David, 213.

-, Mathew, 211.

-, William, 266.

Fox, Charles, Paymaster in the Low Countries (1702), 37.

-, George, 686, 754, 761, 763.

-, Henry, Trustee for the Crown, 114; Surveyor General of Works, 238, 292, 334, 439; a Treasury Lord, 338 and passim 441–540, 656–743.

-, John, 74, 146, 211, 438.

-, Sir Stephen, 14.

-, Stephen, 1st Lord Ilchester, 834.

-, Thomas, 839.

Foy, John, sheriff of Bristol, 832.

Frampton, Major General Charles, 372, 469, 486, 535, 558, 675, 757, 803.

-, James, sheriff of Dorset, 627.

France, Daniel, 418.

-, Humphrey, 651.

FRANCE (See French), 144, 481, 555–7, 663, 568, 597, 741, 751, 777, 782, 786, 788–9.

-, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, Court of, 570.

-, Férmiers Genéraux, 76, 706.

-, frontier towns, correspondents in, 409.

-, King of, enlisting soldiers for, in England. See Enlisting.

-, trade with, during the war, permission for. See Trade.

-, war with. See War.

-, wool trade, illicit, with Ireland. See Wool.

Franchi, Raphael, 263.

Francken, Henry, 113.

Franco, Abraham and Jacob, 598.

Frank Pledge, view of, 846.

Frankfort on Maine, 686.

Franking letters, 468, 782.

Frankland, William, 66.

Franklin (Franklyn), Edward, 283.

-, John, 694, 653.

-, Nicholas, 839.

-, Thomas, 154.

Fraser (Frazer), Alexander, 651.

-, Francis, 652.

-, Simon, 11th Lord Lovat, 176, 191.

-, Thomas, 181, 190.

-, William, 438.

Frauds. See Customs; Excise; Four and a half per cent.; Starch.

-, in public accounts, 673.

Frecker, Abraham, 39, 47, 665.

-, Mark, 57, 128, 292, 410, 765.

Frederica (Georgia), 28, 29, 65, 66, 118, 308.

Frederick. See Hesse Cassel, Saxe Gotha.

Fredericksborg (Denmark), 423, 794.

Free importation, 556. See Provisions; Ireland (free); Scotland (free).

Freeman, Edward, sheriff of Coventry, 418.

-, William, 218.

Freemantle, Richard, 214, 269, 435.

Freind. See Friend.

Fremington (Yorks), 282, 364.

FRENCH (see France), in North America, 65, 267; transported from Cape Breton. See Cape Breton.

-, army in Flanders, 227, 409, 543; intelligence as to, 497, 530.

-, church. See French (Protestant).

-, duty (on hair), 493.

-, embargo on English shipping in consequence of war. See Embargo.

-, fleet, 695–6.

-, goods, seizures of, 109, 711, 713, 769.

-, lands. See St. Christopher.

-, passes and passengers, 477, 563.

-, Protestant churches abroad, royal bounty to. See Foreign.

-, -, -, in Ireland, 831.

-, -, church in London. See Savoy, St. James's.

-, Protestants in England, pensions to, 101, 104, 171, 228, 258, 304, 607, 629, 685; renewal of establishment for, 93; royal bounty to, 295, 642.

-, privateers, 672, 764, 779, 790–1.

-, seizures by, 691.

-, ships, 256, 555, 556, 747; taken by English see Prizes; embargo on, in English ports see Embargo.

-, subjects in England during war, 475.

-, tea trade, 241. See Trade.

-, threatening West Indies, 695.

-, wines. See Wines.

Frewen, Charles, Brunswick Herald, 161, 398, 624, 823.

Friday, John, 587, 590.

Friend (Freind), 109.

-, Dr., 478.

Fritter, William, 644.

Friary, the, St. James's. See St. James's Park.

Frontin, James, 644.

Fryer, Geo., 547.

Fulham, King's private road to, 10.

Fuller, James, 644.

Fünen (Baltic), 392.

Furnese (Furnesse), Henry, a secretary of the Treasury, 54, 95, 149.

Furness, Sir Henry, 226, 245

Furrs, Nicholas, 264.

Fursman, Nathaniel, 211.

-, William, 214.

Fury, Peregrine, agent to General Oglethorpe's regiment in Georgia, 108, 524; agent to the Province of South Carolina, 36, 38, 64–5.

Fyler, Martin, 129.



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