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'Index: S', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 942-958. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92106 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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S. S., collar of, 11.

Sacheverell. See Secheverell.

Sackville, Charles, Earl of Middlesex (afterwards 2nd Duke of Dorset), a Treasury Lord, passim, 338, 441–542, 656–743.

-, George, styled Lord George Sackville 3rd son of 1st Duke of Dorset, Clerk of the Council, Ireland, and Lieut., of a regiment of Foot there, 9, 377, 560.

-, Lionel Cranfield, 1st Duke of Dorset, Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports, 158, 161, 181, 197, 390, 401, 420, 602, 616, 629, 641, 802, 816, 827; Lord Steward of the Household, 544, 837; President of the Privy Council, 747, 799; annuity to, 161, 181, 197, 390, 401, 420, 602, 616, 629, 641, 747, 802, 816, 827.

Sadelin and Le Candele, Messrs., bankers of Genoa, 42, 140.

Sadler, James, 219.

-, Joseph, 442.

Sail cloth, importation of, 756.

-, -, makers of, in England, 717.

Sailly, Charles de, royal bounty to, 98, 200, 306, 411, 614, 801.

SAINT Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, Charles.

-, -, Earl of. See Jermyn, Henry.

-, Andrew's (South Carolina), 30, 65.

-, -, (co. Fife), archbishoprie of, 211, 651; university of, 212.

-, Augustine (Florida), siege of, 28–30, 64–5, 310.

-, Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, perpetuity to, 179, 415, 637.

-, Briavels (Gloucester), 88, 149, 561, 670, 710.

-, Christopher, 270–1, 582, 655, 683, 762; Governor of, see Fleming, G.; sale of French lands in, 151.

-, Clair, Dr. Andrew, allowance to, 176, 191.

-, -, Charles, a clerk of the Court of Delegates, Scotland, 682, 707, 757, 774.

-, -, Major Gen. James, 40, 137, 272, 280, 316, 321, 361, 421, 560, 737, 834, 840.

-, Clement Danes, London, 19.

-, Dewes Hospital (Kingsthorp, co. Northampton), 282.

-, Dunstan in the West, 331.

-, George, Col. Richard, 78, 202; Maj. Gen., 524, 535, 757, 777, 803.

-, Germains (France), 751.

-, Ives (Cornwall), 153, 780, 786, (Hunts), 748.

-, JAMES'S (Westminster), 141, 357.

-, -, bailiwick, 69, 125, 145, 591, 688.

-, -, Chapel Royal, children of, 147, 377, 556, 571, 586, 778; furniture and bibles, &c. for, 344, 550, 783.

-, -, constables in, 749.

-, -, French Chapel in, 193, 642. See Serces, J.

-, -, Gardens, 539.

-, -, German Church. See St. James's (Lutheran).

-, -, -, Chancery. See German.

-, -, House, 255.

-, -, Lutheran Chapel, 1.

-, -, market. See Streets.

-, -, Palace, 93, 135, 212, 259, 365, 539, 758; furniture for, 1, 117, 121, 124–5, 267, 342, 469, 559, 578, 583, 702, 748, 760, 771, 775; gentlemen porters, 124; King's footmen in waiting, 125, 765; Privy Council at, 747; Receiver General for, see Parsons, E.; under-housekeeper of, see Blondeau, D.; water supply of, 70–1.

-, -, Parish, 62, 150, 448, 769.

-, -, Park, 117, 230, 238, 274, 358, 367, 480, 688, 728, 764, 768, 783, 786; Birdcage Walk in, 255; Friary in, 568, 571, 573; Grove in Green Park, 255; Ice House. 765; Looking Glass in, 255; pond in, 447; Ranger and Keeper of, see Weymouth, Viscount, 274, 330; issues to, for incidents and officers, 197, 390, 419, 815; repairs and planting in 254–5 286, 290, 301, 366, 369, 379, 447, 548, 566; wall of, 147; wilderness in, 561.

-, -, Place. Street and Stableyard. See Streets.

-, John, James, deputy in South Carolina to Auditor Walpole, 649.

-, -, Reverend Richard, 827.

-, -, Baptist (Wallbrook, London), perpetuity to, 178, 415, 637.

-, -, Evangelist (Westminster), 635.

-, John's (Newfoundland), 515–7, 523, 526, 592, 662, 772.

-, -, River, (Florida), 28.

-, Kilda (Island, co. Inverness), 659.

-, Lazar (? Lazare, Quebec), 463.

-, Leger, Sarah, Viscountess Dowager Doneraile (widow of Arthur 2nd Viscount Doneraile), pension to, 188.

-, Lucia, Governor of. See Robinson, Sir T.

-, Magnus (London), perpetuity to, 179, 415, 636.

-, Malo (France), 596.

-, Margaret's (Westminster), church, 541.

-, -, Lane. See Streets.

-, -, Parish, 35, 350, 584.

-, Martin's Round House, 69.

-, -, in the Fields 135, 153–4, 379.

-, Mary Cray (Kent), 567.

-, Mawes (Cornwall), 218.

-, Michael (London), perpetuity to, 179, 415, 636.

-, Paul's (Covent Garden), 231.

-, -, (Shadwell), 590.

-, Peters (Westminster). See Westminster Abbey.

-, Petersburg (Russia), 162, 258, 273, 390, 393, 402, 406, 409, 411, 426, 808.

-, Philip (fort, Port Mahon, Minorca), 2.

-, Sebastian (Spain). 310.

-, Stephen's Westminster, 177.

-, Vincent, Governor of. See Robinson, Sir T.

Sainthill, Humphrey, 338.

Salcey, Forest (co. Northampton), 254, 258, 355; Ranger of, see Halifax, Earl of.

Salcombe (Devon), 838.

Salem (New England), 842.

Salis, Jerome de, Resident (Envoy Extraordinary), to the Republic of the Grisons, 240, 244, 348, 394, 476, 508, 628, 631, 642, 793, 805–6, 815, 821, 830, 833.

Salisbury, Bishop of. See Sherlook, T.

Sallee (Morocco), 749.

Sallowes (Sallows), Henry, 645.

-, Robert, 418.

Salmon, 237.

Salmon Thomas, 223.

Salop county, 115, 323, 437, 650.

-, -, Receivers General of, 279.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Eyton, T.; Moreton, R.; Langley, T.

Salt, Thomas, 210.

SALT, ENGLAND, 36, 38.

-, -, Accomptant of. See Cardonnel, M.

-, -, accounts, 21–2.

-, -, bonds, 129, 152.

-, -, Commissioners. See Vere, J.; Winde, W.; Astley, E.; Talbot, H.; Sutton, T.; 20, 27, 49, 76 79, 87, 89, 94, 132, 142, 152, 218, 233, 242, 246, 309, 350, 371, 478, 488, 555, 572, 581, 591, 738, 750, 776, 787, 839, 842–3.

-, -, damaged, certificates for, 89, 132, 233, 283, 350, 787.

-, -, debentures, frauds in, 641.

-, -, deputy comptroller of. See Brown, G.

-, -, duties, 119, 813; account of revenues from, 745.

-, -, laws relating to, renewal of, 100.

-, -, loans on. See Loans.

-, -, office, 152, 243, 787.

-, -, officers (including salaries and poundage to), 76, 142, 146, 160, 371, 377, 515, 581, 666, 776, 784.

-, -, Receiver General of. See Mainwaring, R.

-, -, rock salt, 119.

-, -, Secretary to, 222. See Davy, A.; Pettier, Mr.

-, -, warehousing, 764.

-, -, works (Durham), 152.

-, SCOTLAND, Commissioners of. See Churchill, J.; Cardonnel, J.; Cardonnel, M.; Somers, R.; Arbuthnot, A.; Ross, Lord G.; Campbell, C., and see Customs (Scotland), 70, 243, 260, 346, 587.

-, -, demands on, for fish debentures, 243.

-, -, duties, 297–8, 307, 348, 644.

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

-, -, Receiver General of, 144, 243, 346. See Graham, M.

-, -, works, 562.

Salter, James, 213, 845.

-, Sir John, 776.

-, Thomas, 776; a lottery manager. 648, 689.

Saltfleet (co. Lincoln), 212.

Salvage, 123.

Samms, Mr., 594.

Samner, Thomas, 647. See Sumner.

Sampson, Anthony, 437.

Samways Roddon, 209.

San Domingo, 580.

Sanderson, George, 845.

-, Thomas, 842.

-, William, 214.

Sandford, John, a lottery manager, 252, 461, 607.

-, William, sheriff of Somerset, 626.

Sandgate Creek (Kent), 542.

Sandhurst Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Sandilands, James, 7th Lord Torpichen, allowance to, 159, 180, 190, 203, 396, 413, 429, 611, 622, 633, 796, 809, 824.

Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight, 471, 495, 574

-, Castle, 456, 554, 564, 595, 780.

Sandridge, John, 73.

Sandwich (Kent), 55, 94, 215, 221, 483, 555.

-, Earl of. See Montagu, John.

Sandys, George, royal bounty to, 45.

-, John, tidesurveyor, 438.

-, Martin, customs officer, London port, 56, 69, 193, 381.

-, Mr., 219.

-, Richard, 138.

-, Samuel, a Treasury Lord, 11, 311, 336–7; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 12, 170, 183, 195, 202, 400, 406–7, 421; Cofferer of the Household, 444, 505, 544, 837; 1st Baron Sandys, 834.

Sansbury, Mansell, 626.

Santa Cruz (Agadeer, Barbary), 502, 504, 576, 593, 598, 679, 757, 790.

Santee River (South Carolina), 28.

Sanvidge (Sauvidge), John, smuggler, 127, 374, 382.

Sardinia, King of, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, subsidy to, 470, 493, 505, 604–5, 613, 622, 628, 678, 699, 721, 804, 808, 815, 825.

-, Treaty for additional subsidy, 813.

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Sassafras (Maryland), 838.

Satchell, John, 336, 647.

Saunders, Daniel, 675, 702, 773.

-, John, 594.

-, Robert, 789.

-, William, 437.

Saunderson (see Sanderson), Mr., Surveyor of Taxes, 277.

-, Sir Thomas, 210.

Savage, Charles, 644.

-, John, Comptroller of coal duties, 55, 80–1, 231, 442.

-, Joshua, 303, 348.

Savannah (Georgia), 28, 31; river, 65.

Savary (Savery, Savry), John, Receiver General of the deductions of 6d. per £ at the Exchequer, 532, 656, 705.

Savile (Saville), Samuel, 283, 548, 550.

Savoy, the (London), 225, 567.

-, barracks, 759.

-, church, organ and clock in, 317; minister of, see Wilkinson, J.

-, French ministers in, pension to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster for, 179, 206, 416, 608, 636, 811.

-, Hospital, 685, 749; rents of, 1; Receiver of, see Warner, C.; state of, 581.

Savoy (Italy), 386.

Sawyer, Anthony, 733.

-, George, 287.

-, John, 788.

Saxby, George, Receiver General, South Carolina, 211.

Saxe Gotha, Frederick III., Duke of, investiture with the Order of the Garter, 515, 579, 631.

-, Weissenfels, Adolph, Duke of, investiture with the Order of the Garter, 738, 834.

Saxony, subsidy to the King of Poland, as Elector of Saxony, 680, 733, 807, 815, 825, 831.

-, treaty with Bavaria, 205.

Say, John, 753.

Sayer, Henry, sheriff of co. Northampton, 417.

-, Stephen, 215.

Scales, John, 95.

Scarborough (Yorkshire), 54–5, 138, 211, 247, 254, 438, 653, 838.

Scarbrough, Earl of. See Lumley, R.; Lumley-Saunderson, T.

Scarcity. See Scotland (scarcity).

Scarlet, Thomas, 219.

Schaub, Sir Luke, 572.

Scheld, George Lewis, 99.

Scherbatow, Prince, minister Plenipotentiary from the Czarina, 17, 109, 168, 380, 459, 575, 583.

Schicke, Mr., Secretary to the Embassy from the States General, 62, 294, 705.

Schilling (Flemish), 78.

Schleswig, 392.

Schomberg, Frederick Armand de, Duke of Schomberg, 501.

Schutz Augustus, Master of the Robes (including issues to, for the office of the Robes), 151, 167, 181, 194, 383, 390, 402, 419, 601, 616, 631, 642, 772, 805, 824, 828; issues to for the Privy Purse, 187, 406, 625, 814, trustee for the Princess of Orange's wedding dowry, 19, 46, 118, 124, 232, 343; pension to on the Irish establishment, 9, 557; lease of Shotover Forest to, 150, 552, 571, 591, 796, 824.

Scilly Isles, 139, 236.

Scoler, Samuel, 288.

Scotch Church in Swallow Street, London, 239, 295, 299, 349.

-, papers and business, 51.

SCOTLAND, 23, 110, 697, 704, 732, 780–1.

-, almoner. See Almoner, Alms, Mc Vicar, N.

-, army in, 143–4. See Scotland (Independent Companies).

-, Barracks. See Barracks.

-, Bishops' rents and tithes. See Bishops.

-, bleaching. See Bleaching.

-, Church of, See General assembly; agent of, in England see Anderson, A.

-, Civil List see Civil list.

-, Commander in Chief in. See Cope, Sir J., Clayton J., Cumberland, Duke of.

-, Courts. See Delegates, Session.

-, creditors of the public. See Equivalent. Receivers for see Abercrombie, A.; Campbell, P.; Johnston, R.

-, criminal prosecutions in, 165.

-, Customs. See Customs.

-, Dutch forces in (in 1689), 501.

-, Equivalent. See Equivalent.

-, establishment of, placing salaries on, 53.

-, Excise. See Excise.

-, Falconer, See Royal Falconer.

-, Fisheries. See Fisheries, improvements.

-, forces in, 68, 143–4, 462. See Scotland (Independent Companies).

-, -, furnishing of money for, 538–9.

-, -, Paymaster of, 538–9.

-, free importation into, 143–4, 287, 364.

-, General assembly. See General.

-, Great Seal. See Great.

-, Highlands, see Highlands; Highland Companies, see Scotland (Independent Companies), Georgia.

-, improvements. See Improvements.

-, Independent Companies of Highlanders in Georgia. See Georgia (Rangers).

-, -, -, twenty, raised in the Highlands to aid against the rebellion, 717, 719, 726, 828; eight, under Maj. Gen. John Campbell, 730–2.

-, Islands (Western), 3, 123.

-, King's limner. See Abercrombie, A. and J.

-, land revenues. See Crown Lands.

-, linen made in, 753. See Improvements; foreign linen imported, 551.

-, Lord Advocate. See Advocate.

-, malt. See Malt.

-, manufactures, progress of. See Improvements; Linen; Flax; Wool; Bleaching.

-, mines. See Mines.

-, Mint. See Mint.

-, Master of Metals, office of, 369.

-, offices on establishment, account of 45.

-, Police, Commissioners of, issues to, for incidents, 158, 164, 191, 204, 396, 414, 429, 611, 623, 633, 797.

-, Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

-, rebellion of 1745 in (including effects of on credit, preparations against, regulations of shipping and passes, and raising of forces in the Highlands), 712–3, 717–9, 721–6, 730–43, 745, 781, 828.

-, Receiver General of Land Tax, and of Crown Rents and Casualties, 467, 538. See Whitefoord, A.

-, -, -, method of remittances to England, 538–9.

-, regiments moved to, 151, 287, 364.

-, roads in. See Clayton, J.; Caulfield, W.

-, -, construction of, 171–2, 253, 464, 490, 505, 575, 629, 808.

-, -, repair of, 22, 248, 252–3, 464, 678–9.

-, salt establishment. See Salt (Scotland).

-, scarcity in, 3, 4.

-, Secretary of State for. See Tweeddale, Marquess.

-, smugglers and smuggling. See Smuggling.

-, Spanish wines exported from, &c., 750, 773.

-, spiritous liquors. See Spiritous.

-, stamps, Comptroller of. See Anderson, P.; Ross. S.

-, teinds, grants of. See Bishops' tithes.

-, trade. See Improvements.

-, transport of troops to and from Ireland. See Regiments; Scotland (regiments); Navy (transport).

-, Trustees for Fisheries and Improvements, &c. See Improvements.

-, Union with. See Union.

-, wines. See Wines (low).

-, wool manufacture. See Wool.

-, Works. See Works.

Scotland Yard, 26, 111, 381. See Woodyard, Old Bakehouse.

-, -, dock, 14.

-, -, lease of wharves in, 14, 109 112.

-, -, Old Carpenters' Yard. See Old.

-, -, (Great), 773.

-, -, (Middle), 327.

-, -, (North), 14, 327.

Scotstarvet (Fife), 347, 351.

Scott (Scot), Caroline, Countess of Dalkeith, widow of Francis Scott, Earl of Dalkeith, 548.

-, David, 347, 351.

-, Francis, 2nd Duke of Buccleuch, 661, 705, 747.

-, George, tidesman, 847.

-, Lady Isabella, 133, 520, 582, 705.

-, Sir James, 1st Duke of Monmouth, 747.

-, James, customs searcher, Antigua, 221.

-, John, 792, 843.

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

-, Joshua, boatman, 433.

-, Mary, 98.

-, -, Countess of Deloraine, widow of 1st Earl of Deloraine (Governess to Princesses Mary and Lovisa), 267.

-, Richard, Master of the Queen's barges, 374.

-, Stephen, Surveyor of the Navigation Act, 99, 331, 337.

Scrope, John, Secretary to the Treasury, passim; for payments to, for secret service, see Secret Service (Secretary of the Treasury); Imprest to, for Crown law expenses, 640.

Scutt, James, 597.

Sea officers' widows' charity. See Navy officers.

Sea Mills (co. Gloucester), 649.

Seaford (Sussex), 76, 314, 615.

Seals. See Great Seal; Privy Seals; Gibraltar (Civil Court); Secretary of State.

-, and signets, engraving of, 207. See Rollos, J.; Pyne, J.

Seaman, Jonathan, 545.

-, Mary, 545.

Seamen, pressing of. See Pressing; Navy (prisoners)

Seaton, Robert, 218.

-, Sir William, 26.

Seaton (Devon), 69, 211.

-, manor (co. York), 286.

-, Sluice (Northumberland), 249.

Secheverell, Thomas, 420.

Secondee (Succondee), (Gold Coast), 5, 451.

Secrecy, Committee of, or Secret Committee to inquire into Walpole's administration, 25, 27, 34, 41–2, 51–3; accounts of pensions for, 126, 130, 188. See Burman, J.

SECRET SERVICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY (see also special services), 40, 50, 57, 78, 82, 98, 160, 162, 164, 167, 173–4, 183, 187, 193, 196, 198, 201, 258, 279, 290, 325, 330, 335, 392, 400 405, 410, 426–7, 442, 463, 483, 523, 600, 604, 607, 613, 615, 617, 635, 683, 718, 796, 808, 812, 820, 828.

-, -, OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 94, 247, 477, 517, 523, 678, 714; of the Duke of Newcastle, 16, 69, 182, 185, 419, 615, 819; of Lord Harrington, 16, 797, 814; of Lord Carteret, 165, 169, 399, 405, 615; of Marquess of Tweeddale, 174, 185, 405, 616, 818.

-, -, ambassadorial, 638, 821.

-, -, for the army in the Netherlands. See Dalrymple, J.

-, -, of the Post Office, 540.

SECRETARY OF STATE. See Newcastle, Duke of; Harrington, Lord; Carteret, Lord; Tweeddale, Marquess of, 438, 485, 490.

-, -, allowance of plate to, 19.

-, -, fee of, 13; allowances to, 174.

-, -, for Scotland, establishment of, 13.

-, -, office of attending the King when abroad. See King Geo. II.

-, -, salaries, 33, 183, 304, 400, 408, 431, 450.

-, -, seals for, 104, 143.

-, -, Secret Service of. See Secret Service.

-, AT WAR. See Yonge, Sir W., 18, 19, 33, 35–6, 45, 51, 53–4, 57, 94, 96, 120, 138, 236, 257, 268, 275, 315, 320, 322, 337, 356, 371, 442, 445–6, 448–9, 456, 458, 460–1, 463, 472, 477, 479, 480, 485–6, 488, 490, 492–3, 504, 507–8, 512, 514–5, 517, 526–7, 530, 539, 553–4, 563, 567, 591, 656–7, 661, 667, 671, 678, 685, 688, 694, 703, 711, 714, 716, 723–6, 731–2, 734–6, 745, 751, 759, 767, 773, 782, 787–8.

-, -, countersigning of warrants by, 260–2, 271, 275, 314.

-, -, deputy to. See Baker, P.

-, -, estimates by, 92, 323, 502, 531.

-, -, relations of, with the Treasury, 464–5.

Sedbergh (Yorks), 347.

Seddon, John. 530.

Sedgwick, Robert, Clerk of the Jewels, 646.

Sediere, Capt. Gabriel, 676, 721–2.

Seditious language, 552, 557.

Seel, Thomas, 766.

Seely, Mark, 838.

Seizures (of coin and bullion attempted to be transported), 173, 471, 551, 558, 759.

-, (Customs), 55, 88, 105, 107, 114, 122–3, 126–7, 150–1, 237, 346, 348, 361, 373, 380, 461, 476, 555, 558, 562, 569, 572, 579, 590, 693–4, 702, 711, 769, 772, 777; in Scotland, 72, 235; King's share of see King's.

-, (Excise), 56, 112, 125, 371, 537.

-, (of ships under the Navigation Laws). See Navigation.

Selkirk (Scotland), 218.

Sellon, Gaspard, 640, 800, 807, 815, 825.

Selsea (Sussex), 387.

Selwyn, John, junior, 49, 529, 636, 690; Treasurer and Receiver General or Paymaster for the establishment of the 4 Princesses, 169, 183, 196, 202, 399, 407, 421, 432, 508, 553, 559, 589, 591, 607, 614, 618, 632, 714, 793, 805, 816, 826, 836; ditto for the Duke of Cumberland during his minority, 86, 169; ditto for the establishment of pensions, &c., of the late Queen Caroline, 253; see Queen Caroline (establishment issues).

-, -, senior, Treasurer and Receiver General to the late Queen Caroline, 690; for issues to for Richmond Lodge see Richmond Lodge.

-, Mr., Receiver General, co. Middlesex, 279.

-, William, Solicitor of Excise, 845.

Sempill, Hugh, 12th Lord Sempill, 272.

Semple, Bryce, 438.

Serces (Serches), James, minister of the French chapel in St. James's and receiver of the Kings bounty for the Protestant churches abroad, 86, 89, 193, 642, 656.

Sergeant at Arms, 161, 169, 177, 397, 414, 430, 609, 623, 634, 798, 810, see Foster, Sir M.; Allin, Sir T.; Odiarne, W.; Turst, S.; to attend the royal person see Smith, Joseph; Heyman, J. A.; to attend the House of Peers see Jephson, F.

-, at Law. See Burnet, J.; Clarke, C.; Denison, J.; Urlyn, S.

-, Plumber to the Works. See Devall, J.; Roberts, Joseph.

-, Trumpeter, 341.

Serière, Gabriel de, 557.

Serra, Jacob Gomez, bread contractor, 44, 59–62, 262–3.

Services not provided for by parliament, estimates, &c. for, 12, 18, 20, 26, 85, 153.

-, dispositions of, 545.

Sesse, John, 162, 278, 537.

Session, court of (Scotland, 707.

Sevenoaks (Kent), 89, 151.

Severn, the, 242, 246, 350.

Seymour, Algernon, 15th Earl of Hertford, afterwards 12th Duke of Somerset, Governor of Minorca, 433; regiment of, 458, 470, 548–9, 736.

-, Charles, 11th Duke of Somerset, 256, 269, 358.

Shackles, William, 847.

Shadwell (Middlesex), 590.

Shalford (Surrey), 221.

Shank, Alexander, 845.

Shanks, Joseph, 385, 791.

Sharks, Mr., 597.

Sharpe (Sharp), John, Solicitor to the Treasury (including issues to for Crown Law expenses, &c.) 33, 49, 59, 60, 63, 68, 72, 74, 79, 80, 87–90, 98, 104, 142, 145–6, 149, 150, 153, 156–7, 194, 199, 225, 227, 231, 236–8, 241, 243–4, 247, 250, 280–1, 284, 289, 291, 298, 307, 309, 312, 316, 321–2, 324–5, 339, 344, 350, 359, 360, 365, 374, 377, 394, 398–9, 421, 424, 448, 450, 455, 470, 490, 494, 505, 520, 523, 525, 529, 530, 534, 536, 551–2, 554, 557, 560–1, 569, 570, 581, 684–5, 588, 611, 613, 633, 639, 662, 670, 674–5, 683 690–1, 697, 699, 700, 709–11, 730, 735, 737, 742, 749, 755, 760, 770, 808, 819, 823, 827, 832, 834. (See Crown Law.)

-, -, (felon), 299.

-, Philip, a clerk of the Privy Council [keeper of the Council Records], 168, 393, 808.

-, Samuel, 266.

-, William, a clerk of the Council in ordinary, 141, 156–7, 181, 353, 360, 827; payments to for the King's special service, 182.

-, -, (Customs officer), 280, 405.

Sharpfleet creek (Thames), 308.

Sharrett, Ralph, 66, 218, 647.

Sharrock, Joseph, 218.

-, Mathew, 218.

Shaw (Shawe), Henrietta, 678, 766.

-, James, sheriff of Kingston upon Hull.

-, Mary, 678, 766.

-, Mr., apothecary, 263.

-, Thomas, 419.

Shawford, Peter, 650.

Sheed, Joseph, 322.

Sheen, John, a messenger of the Exchequer, 98, 222.

Sheffield, Charles, 253, 305, 683.

-, Edmund, 7th Duke of Buckinghamshire, question as to succession to estates of, 680–4.

-, -, Lord Sheffield, Earl of Mulgrave, 681.

-, Sir John, 681.

-, John, 6th Duke of Buckinghamshire, 681–3.

-, Katherine, Dowager Duchess of Buckinghamshire, 146, 242, 254, 258, 281–2, 286–7, 289, 299, 305, 362–3.

-, Magdalen, 681.

Shelley, Charles, an Exchequer Court Auditor, 158, 177, 190, 203, 397, 413, 428, 608, 623, 634, 797, 809, 823.

-, Richard, a Commissioner of Stamps, 218, 219.

Shelvoke, George, Secretary to the Post Master General, 675.

Shepherd (Shephard, Sheppard), John, Receiver General for co. Hants, 279, 287, 494, 570, 572, 574.

-, John, assistant messenger, issues to for special services (including issues for bills), 2, 12, 45, 50, 79, 164, 174, 181, 184, 194, 352, 726.

-, William, smuggler, 283, 287, 364; (customs officer), 843.

Sheppey, Isle of (Kent), 133, 370, 376.

Shepridge (Dean Forest), 483.

Shere, William, 452.

Sheriffs for the sheriffs of the various counties see the counties separately.

-, indemnifying of, 106.

-, overpayments, 163–4, 170, 172, 185, 187–9, 194, 247, 417, 419, 604, 617, 625–6, 639.

-, patents, 199, 425, 638, 831.

-, rewards paid by, warrants for cravings for, 14, 43, 57, 64, 86, 90, 98, 163–4 166–7, 170–1, 173–5, 181–2, 186–90, 193–4, 199, 201, 240–1, 244, 313, 315–6, 318–9, 323, 325, 332, 406, 410–1, 417–9, 420, 428, 512 520, 523, 531, 617, 626–7, 697, 742, 785, 811–2.

Sheriffmuir (co. Perth), 253.

Sheringham (co. Norfolk), 846.

Sherlock, James, 208.

-, Thomas, Bishop of Sarum. Chancellor of the Garter, 160, 201, 412, 602, 625, 641–2, 830; Master of the Temple, 179, 415, 636.

Sherman, William, 501.

Sherson, Christopher, 842.

Shervil, Jacob, 182.

Sherwood, William, 645.

Sherwood forest, 130, 247, 310, 359, 493, 573.

Shields, North and South, 87, 100, 151, 155, 839.

Shillings, 41.

Shippool (co. Lancs.), 560.

SHIPS, building of. See Navy (ships).

-, English, 574.

-, register of and bond for, 107, 112; abuses in registering of, 19.

-, seizures of. See Navigation Act.

-, -, English, by Spanish, 139, 581.

-, -, English, by French, 688.

-, -, Spanish and French, by English. See Prizes.

-, statistics of, in London port, 67–8.

-, NAMES OF:—

“Agnes and Mary,” 726.

“Alicant,” 597.

“Amelia,” 489, 841.

“Amsterdam,” 782.

“Aniello,” 464.

“Ann,” 567, 598, 685, 759, 792.

“Anne, of Norway,” 108.

“Ann and Catherine,” 594.

“Antigua,” 528.

“Antonio,” 713.

“Argyle,” 43, 49, 471.

“Atalante,” 783.

“Augustus Cæsar,” 387.

“Bacchus,” 296, 313, 367, 368, 385, 597.

“Baltimore,” 657.

“Bashaw,” 598.

“Bellica,” 789.

“Berbadoes,” 595.

“Bessborough,” 100, 775.

“Betty,” 368, 385, 387, 598.

“Bilboa,” 740, 786.

“Bosphorus,” 376, 386.

“Boston,” 596, 597.

“Britannia,” 594, 688.

“Calshot,” 249.

“Caroline,” 95.

“Catherine,” 550, 581, 596.

“Catherine and Betty,” 726.

“Centurion,” 508, 532.

“Cephalonia,” 597.

“Charming Kitty,” 377, 386.

“Charming Molly,” 595, 790.

“Charming Sally,” 758.

“Chester,” 24.

“Cholmondeley,” 650.

“Colchester,” 28, 64, 536.

“Collier” (Collyer), 288, 412.

“Constantine,” 384, 385, 597, 790.

“Cornelius and Harwood,” 261.

“Cumberland,” 154.

“Dartmouth,” privateer, 596.

H.M.S. “Dartmouth,” 803.

“Delawar,” 789.

“Demetris,” 790.

“de Resolute,” 386.

“Desmond,” galley, 789.

“Dettingen,” 312.

“Diamond,” 17, 167, 791.

“Diamond,” galley, 594.

“Diana,” 459, 593.

“Diligence,” 598.

“Dispatch,” 598.

“Dolphin,” 550, 553, 595, 764.

“Don Antonio,” 139.

“Dove, of Rotterdam,” 110.

“Dove,” 122, 679.

“Draper,” tender, 387.

“Dublin,” 456.

“Dublin Merchant,” 590.

“Duke,” 68, 141, 219.

“Duke of Cornwall,” 491, 842.

“Duke of Cumberland,” 546.

“Duke of Kingston,” 566.

“Duke of Loraine” (Lorain), 289, 293–4, 312, 314–5, 317, 320, 373, 374, 375, 378, 386, 385, 596, 789.

“Duke of Richmond,” 386, 599.

“Dursley,” 597.

“Eagle,” privateer, 704, 773.

“Earl of Gainsborough,” 595.

“Eaton,” frigate, 594, 791, 792.

“Eaton,” galley, 782.

“Edinburgh,” 598, 697, 772.

“Elizabeth,” 17, 304, 387, 595, 791.

“Eltham,” 580, 581, 582, 597.

“Emerentia,” 790.

“Endeavour,” 47, 386.

“Ethelred and Ann,” 154.

“European,” 594.

“Exeter,” 789.

“Exmouth,” galley, 594.

“Exmouth,” 595.

“Expedition,” 598.

“Falmouth,” 302.

“Farmer,” 597.

“Folkston,” 768.

“Fortune,” 385, 593, 598, 789.

“Foster,” 468.

“Fox.” man-of-war, 779.

“Fowey,” 441.

“Frances,” 594.

“Francis,” 596.

“Friendship,” 554, 831.

“Fubbs,” yacht, 523.

“Garland,” 368, 384.

“Genoa,” 317, 386.

“George,” 774, 781.

“Georgia,” 469.

“Gibraltar,” 317, 386, 545, 572, 791.

“Golden Eagle,” 597.

“Good Intent,” 501, 558, 572, 576.

“Grand Duke,” 387, 790.

“Greenhill,” 229.

“Greenwich,” 302, 596.

“Greyhound,” 154.

“Hamburgh Merchant,” 554.

“Hanover,” 51.

“Happy Jennet,” 313, 385.

“Hastings,” 84.

“Haverford West,” 126.

“Henrica Elizabeth,” 788.

“Herring,” 788.

“Huffnung,” 597.

“Humber,” 646.

“Hyam,” 574.

“Immaculata Concezzione e l'anime del Purgatorio,” 790.

“Imperial Anne,” 386, 597.

“Ipswich,” 593.

“Isabel and May,” 734.

“Italian Merchant,” 386, 548, 594, 595, 790.

“Jemima,” 565, 566, 574.

“Jenny,” 791.

“Jersey,” 595.

“John and Elizabeth,” 555.

“John's Endeavour,” 736.

“Joseph,” brigantine, 387.

“Justitia,” 403, 800.

“Kenningham Castle,” 246.

“King William,” 545, 594.

“Kinsale,” 768.

“Kitty and Betty,” 792.

“La Catherine,” 580.

“Lady Johanna,” 597.

“Lady Lidia,” 387.

“Lady Virginia,” 555.

“L'aimable Vanqueur,” 488.

“La Roza,” 297–8.

“La Villa de Bilboa,” 779.

“Le don de Dieu,” 570.

“La Madona de Rosario,” 790.

“Leopard,” 51.

“Levant,” 594, 792.

“Liberty,” 724.

“London,” 289, 293, 384, 445, 593, 595.

“Loguste St. Peter,” 596.

“Loyal Betty,” 387.

“Mamhead,” 790.

“Mamhead,” galley, 386.

“Margaret,” 791.

“Marianne,” 386.

“Mary,” yacht, 146. [Royal ?]

“Mary,” 594, 597, 598, 762, 777, 781, 790.

“Mary Ann,” sloop, 129.

“Mary and Susanna,” 594, 791.

“Matilda,” 107, 112, 551, 596.

“Mediterranean,” 384, 385, 594.

“Mermaid.” 297, 310, 312, 314, 317, 367, 368, 370, 373, 374, 375, 378, 384, 385, 386, 445, 448, 570, 571, 582, 595, 697, 761, 820.

“Moggy Lauder,” 792.

“Montagu,” 375, 387.

“Morning Star,” 579, 766.

“Mortar,” 293, 305, 371.

“Nancy,” 468, 479, 490, 569, 586, 595, 598.

“Neapolitan,” 302, 313, 384, 385, 597.

“Nellet and Joanna,” 594.

“Neptune,” 130, 143, 356, 486, 572, 593, 595, 597.

“Nereid,” 597.

“Newcastle,” 768.

“Nicholas,” 474.

“Nonsuch,” 387.

“Norfolk,” 256, 359.

“Nostra Senora dela Assumption e St. Petrie,” 84, 341, 577.

“Nra. Sra. del' Assumption,” 231, 547.

“Nossa Senhora da Guia e Almas,” 331, 337, 442, 452, 460, 475, 485, 549, 563, 569.

“Nuestra Senora del Camino,” 514, 517, 580, 582.

“Nuestra Senora del Rosario et Sto. Joseppe,” 789.

“Our Lady of the Carmalites,” 790.

“Our Lady of Guadeloupe,” 62.

“St. Antonio of Padua and the Souls of Purgatory,” 790.

“Our Lady of Providence,” 790.

“Oxford,” 572.

“Peace,” 596.

“Pearl,” 596.

“Pegasus,” 561, 566.

“Pembroke,” 384, 385, 368.

“Peter and Rachel,” 759.

“Phillis,” 599.

“Phœnix,” 386, 387, 594, 599.

H.M.S. “Phœnix,” 572.

“Polly,” 551.

“Postloper,” 788.

“Preparation,” 791.

“Pretty Betsey,” 317, 385.

“Prince Edward,” 593, 599.

“Prince Frederick,” 596.

“Prince Hendrick,” 581.

“Prince of Wales,” 593.

“Prince Rupert,” 679, 749, 757, 790.

“Prince of Orange,” 791.

“Prince William,” 212, 346.

“Princess Amelia alias Duchessa Teresa,” 597.

“Princess Augusta,” privateer, 598.

“Princess Caroline,” sloop, 375.

“Princess Mary,” 332, 493, 523.

“Prosperous,” 597.

“Providence,” 151, 331, 343, 476, 485, 555, 562, 776.

“Pyke,” 594.

“Queen of Angels,” 580.

“Queen Anne,” 110.

“Queen Anne,” of Norway, 108.

“Queen Carolina,” 742.

“Queen of Hungary,” 688, 704.

“Racer,” 593, 595.

“Rachell and Ann,” 594.

“Real,” galley, 791.

“Revenge,” 701.

“Rialto,” 385, 598.

“Richard and Alithea,” 384, 387, 791.

“Richmond,” sloop, 220.

“Robert,” 596.

“Robinhood,” 790.

“Roboam.” 43, 49.

“Rose,” 374, 386, 475.

“Rose in June,” 596.

“Royal Betty,” 791.

“Royal Exchange,” 137, 148.

“Royal Sovereign,” 542, 656.

“Ruby,” 789.

“Ruxley,” 598.

“St. Anne,” 110.

“St. Anniello,” 593, 790.

“St. Catherine,” 525.

“St. Dominic and St. Francis,” 483, 554, 564.

“St. George,” 387, 445.

“St. George Billender,” 789.

“St. Jago,” 21, 24, 57–8, 60, 139.

“St. Joakim,” 579.

“St. John Baptist,” 598.

“St. John Baptist, St. Paul and Souls,” 455, 460.

“St. John and St. Thomas,” 107.

“St. Joseph,” 21, 24, 57–8, 60, 62, 139, 140.

“St. Louis,” 256.

“St. Matthew,” 711, 713, 777, 779.

“St. Nicholas,” 123, 447.

“St. Philip,” 57.

“St. Quintin,” 593.

“Sta la Roza,” 384.

“St. Stephen,” 595.

“Salamander,” privateer, 598.

“Salisbury,” 596.

“Saltash,” 726.

“San Joakim,” 328, 330, 379, 382, 486, 505.

“San Speridion,” 790.

“Sarah,” 598.

“Savannah,” 819.

“Sea Horse,” 33, 123, 126, 337.

“Shark,” 768.

“Somerset,” 788.

“Speedwell,” 727.

“Spy,” 726.

“Squirrel,” 128.

“Starling,” 261.

“Stubbington,” 313, 385, 596, 789, 792.

“Success,” 115, 296, 333, 367, 368, 384, 385, 482, 545, 692, 712, 769, 772, 779, 782.

“Superb,” 528.

“Surprize,” privateer, 598.

“Surprize,” 598.

“Susannah,” 598.

“Tartar,” pink, 790.

“Thames,” 594, 791.

“Theophila,” 387.

“Thomas and Diana,” 384, 599.

“Thomas Boyce and William Chipperton,” 386.

“Three Brothers,” 256.

“Three Friends,” 672, 751, 756.

“Tiger” (Tyger), 674, 685, 693–4, 702, 711, 825.

“Tilly,” 789.

“Timothy and Mary,” 261.

“Tito,” 296, 367, 368, 384, 385.

“Townsend,” 240, 249, 685, 759.

“Triton,” “Tryton,” 384, 386, 443, 544, 550, 593, 594, 595.

“Tuscany,” 593, 595, 596, 790.

“Two Brothers,” 119, 348.

“Tybor,” 597.

“Unicorn,” 791.

“Unity,” 17.

“Vernon,” 376, 386.

“Victory,” 483.

“Virgin Mary,” 657.

“Vulture,” 597.

“Walker,” 248.

“Walpole,” 443, 846.

“Warren,” 596, 726, 790.

“Warren,” privateer, 789.

“Westmorland,” 313, 385, 597, 791.

“William and Mary,” yacht, 127, 767. “William and Mary,” 594, 786.

“William and Robert,” 791.

“Willing Mind,” 471.

“Winchelsea,” 790, 792.

“Yorkshire Molly,” 581.

“Young John and William,” 330, 379, 387.

“Young Lambert,” 598, 774, 791.

“Zant,” “Zante,” 594, 595.

Shirley, Henry, 3rd Earl Ferrers, 318.

-, William, Governor of Massachusetts, 117, 667, 669, 680, 686, 740, 782, 786.

Shore, John, Serjeant Trumpeter, 603.

Shoreham (Sussex), 220, 776.

Shotover Forest, co. Oxford, 150, 552, 571, 591, 796.

Short, Edward, 764.

-, Thomas, 21.

Shrewsbury, Abraham, 847.

Shrewsbury (Salop), 763.

Shropshire. See Salop.

Shurret, Ralph, 475.

Shuttleworth, Frances, 377.

-, Peter, 331.

-, Richard, 324.

Sibthorp, William, 164.

Sicilies, the two, King of. See Ambassadors (from).

Sicily, island of, 289, 295, 297, 300, 745.

SICK AND HURT seamen, Commissioners for, 119, 128, 367, 373, 375, 701, 703,

-, -, office for, issues for and bills on, 119, 128, 367, 375, 538, 741, 743.

-, -, on packet boats, Postmaster General's scheme for, 249.

Siddall, John, 848.

Sidmouth (Devon), 221, 231, 342, 647, 839.

Signet, Clerk of, in attendance, 8, 35, 86, 126–7, 136, 257, 337, 436, 510, 550, 552, 573, 577, 669, 709, 752.

-, (Scotland), Deputy Keeper of. See Hay, T.

-, See Seals.

Silesia linens, 463.

Silian (co. Cardigan), 846.

Silk, 36, 38, 373–4, 385–7, 596, 612, 782, 789, 792.

-, engines, model of, 62, 163.

Silver (see bullion), arbitrage dealings in, 6.

-, lace, 111.

-, plate, duty on, 323, 377–8.

-, price of, in Jamaica, 6, 7,

Simes, Elias, a cashier to the Bank of England, and a lottery receiver, 251–2, 646, 676.

Simon, Henry (smuggler), 264, 348, 357.

-, -, Third Solicitor of the Customs, 577, 645.

Simonds (Simmonds, Symmonds, Symons), Eneas, 247.

-, George, 187.

-, John, sheriff of Hereford, 639.

-, Thomas, 643.

Simpson (Sympson), Reverend Bolton, 825.

-, Frances, 327.

-, John (bread contractor), 40, 44, 473, 476.

-, -, (ship master), 555.

-, -, (sword maker), 68, 73, 143–4.

-, Merry, 327.

-, Penelope, 327.

-, Thomas (bread contractor), 40, 44, 473.

-, William, 329, 379, 549.

Sinclair, William, 650.

Singer, Edward, 627.

SINKING FUND, 49, 97, 106, 546, 752.

-, -, deficiencies met out of, 136, 407, 424, 570, 621, 640, 768, 781, 816, 829.

-, -, payments into, 463, 590.

Sinnock, Nicholas, 221.

Sitia (Crete), 377.

Sittingbourne (Kent), 470.

Six Nations. See Indians.

Sixpences, 41.

Sixpenny duty (deduction at the Exchequer), 294. See Deductions.

-, -, exemptions from, 290.

Skalitz (Skalicz), Hungary, 393.

Skeen, Colin, boatman, 218.

Skelton, Bevill, 751.

Skinner, Brinley, 176, 185, 205, 393, 410, 422, 606, 621, 632, 793, 806, 821, 834.

-, James, 73, 222.

-, John, 215.

-, Robert, 646.

-, Thomas, 325, 377–8.

-, William (landwaiter), 652; Chief Engineer at Gibraltar, 2.

Skins, 88. See Hides.

Skrympsher, John, 839.

Slater (Blatter), Thomas, 135, 136.

Slaughter Chambers, Paymaster and Accomptant General under the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates, 63, 140, 276, 361, 569.

-, Mary, 276.

-, Sarah, 276.

Slayton, Thomas, 43.

Slindon (Sussex), 691, 756.

Sloman, William, 167.

Slop cloths. See Navy (slop).

Sloper, William, 60, 99, 138, 155, 327, 377–8, 380.

Slyfield Lodge (Wilts), 113.

Small beer. See Beer.

Smallridge, Dr., 672.

-, Ann and Mary, 457, 604, 672, 801.

Smart, Jonathan, Receiver General for co. Herts, 113, 233, 344, 449, 549, 671, 752.

-, Mr. (Record office), 21, 77, 104, 318, 339, 466, 491, 522, 746.

-, Samuel, 344, 449, 671.

-.Thomas, 212.

Smelt, William, Receiver of casual revenues, Barbados, 841.

Smith (Smyth, Smythe), Capt., 572.

-, Charles, Deputy Comptroller of the Mint, 257; King's clerk for the copper coinage, 846.

-, Edmund, 840.

-, Edward, 627.

-, Henry, 119.

-, Hugh, 437.

-, Isaac, merchant, 442.

-, James, 763.

-, Jonathan, Serjeant of the Chapel Royal, St. James's, 783.

-, John (baker), 76; (customs officer), 288, 438, 444, 644, 652, 788, 846; (smuggler), 691, 756; (stamp distributor), 220; (felon), 418.

-, -, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer for joining tallies, 134, 163, 186, 391, 410, 614, 618, 755, 806, 812.

-, John Bonham, 355.

-, Joseph (Whitehall), 233, 344, 346; (riding officer), 221; (Serjeant at Arms in ordinary), 220.

-, Lilly (merchant), 464, 466, 482, 566.

-, Nicholas, 331.

-, Richard (noontender), 34, 654; (stamp distributor), 838.

-, Robert, Rev. Dr., Master of Mechanics, 158, 163, 178, 192, 205–6, 397–8, 414, 416, 430, 566, 608–9, 624, 636, 798, 811, 822.

-, -, (customs officer), 294, 306; (merchant), 464, 466, 482.

-, Samuel, a deputy chamberlain of the Exchequer for joining tallies, 134, 163, 186, 391, 410, 614, 618, 755, 806, 812; lottery manager, 648, 689.

-, Thomas (felon), 418; (customs officer), 55, 215, 222, 842; (stamp distributor), 445, 643.

-, -, Commodore, 739.

-, -, Captain commanding in chief in Newfoundland (including bills drawn by, from Newfoundland, for fortifications, &c.), 328–9, 380, 427, 452, 461, 491, 515–6, 522, 526, 530, 592, 607, 662.

-, William (tidesmam, 26, 311, 651, 843; (Transfer office), 44, 49, 130; (lease), 246; sheriff of London and Middlesex, 144, 342, 417.

Smithson, James, 91, 151, 231, 343.

Smugglers and owlers (including smugglers compositions), 26, 70, 73, 78, 85, 90, 108, 116, 126–7, 129, 134–5, 144, 148–9, 151–2, 165, 168, 242–3, 247, 283, 288, 310, 315, 321–2, 325, 331, 355–6, 363–4, 373–4, 442–3, 452, 482–3, 493, 520, 522, 532, 539, 545, 549, 556, 662–3, 571, 584, 586, 592, 610, 615, 675, 727, 732, 740–1, 751–2, 754, 756, 760, 762–3, 773–4, 782, 784, 786.

-, assistance of military against, 514, 752, 773, 785.

-, bringing passengers from France, 477, 563.

-, enlisting in the army, 485–6, 488.

-, entered on board the Navy. See Navy (prisoners).

-, method of rewards for convictions of, 10, 11, 245, 461, 535–6, 587, 589.

-, outrages by, 24, 105, 133, 151, 283, 299, 314, 369, 446, 526, 634, 667, 571, 610, 615, 656, 671, 755.

-, ships, seizures of, 704, 788.

Smuggling, England, 90–1, 152, 332, See Kent, Sussex, Tea, Rum.

-, Ireland. See Wool.

-, Scotland, 4, 482, 544.

Smyrna, 324, 386, 444, 548, 550, 593, 594–6, 598–9, 774.

-, fruit, 230, 348.

Smyth. See Smith.

Snell, Thomas, sheriff of Gloucester, 627.

Snook, Thomas, 220.

Soap, 596.

-, duty on, 63, 190, 252, 787.

-, -, debentures for, and frauds in, 35, 153.

-, makers, 26, 35–6.

-, proposal for stamping, 35.

Soapers' waste, imports of, 658, 667.

Sohlenthal, Henry Frederick, Baron de, Ambassador Extraordinary from Denmark, 56, 74, 108, 127, 481, 567, 622.

Soley, John, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

Sol (Sols), 42, 62, 454.

-, d'argent d'Hollande, 665.

Solicitor to the various departmental offices. See Customs, Excise, Mint, Treasury.

Solicitor General (England). See Murray, W.; Strange, Sir J., 19, 33–5, 41, 57, 71, 81, 85–6, 89, 90, 109, 110, 148–9, 210, 212, 217–9, 222, 363, 435–7, 439, 486, 488, 499, 500, 552–3, 591, 644, 646, 650, 652, 654–5, 709, 762, 784, 838, 840, 842, 846–7.

-, -, -, fees to, for reports, 149, 468.

-, -, -, attending plantation business, 184, 201, 606, 818.

-, -, (Ireland), 8. See Meares, L.

-, -, (Scotland), 438.

Sollicoffre, Mr., 479.

Solly, Mr., Collector of Sandwich, 94.

Somers, Richard, a Commissioner of Customs and Salt, Scotland, 73, 219, 644.

Somerset (County), 207, 279, 653, 746, 770.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Checke, R.; Hallet, E.; Pyncent, Sir W.; Sandford, W.

-, Duke of. See Seymour, C.

-, House, 116.

Somervell, John, 838.

Somerville, James, 13th Lord Somerville, 795.

Sone, John, 651.

Soon, Thomas, 153, 348.

Soper, John, 650.

Sorell (Sorrell), Elizabeth, 477, 497, 585.

-, Francis, Secretary to the Taxes Commissioners, 260, 477, 585.

Sotherton, John, sen., a Baron of the Exchequer, 643.

-, -, jun., 643.

Soundy, Benjamin, 151, 223, 289.

South, Stephen, 89.

SOUTH Carolina. See Carolina.

-, Littleton (co. Worcester), 135.

-, Port. See Gibraltar.

-, SEA COMPANY annuity. 195 421, 635, 827.

-, -, -, original funds, 718.

-, -, -, stock, 421, 496, 579, 625, 817.

-, Shields. See Shields.

-, Wales. See Wales.

Southampton County, 67, 79, 123, 146, 304, 331, 341, 346, 355, 379, 380, 438, 443, 749, 770, 842.

-, -, Receivers General of. See Shepherd, J.; Hooker, E.

-, -, Sheriffs of, 72, 291, 778; see Hooker, E.; Wyndham, T.; Diggle, R.; Hinxman, J.; Worsley, Sir E.

-, -, Vice-Admiral of. See Bolton, Duke of.

-, town and port, 110, 115, 118, 160, 217, 221, 244, 249, 331, 348, 433, 445, 481, 561, 648, 651, 683, 837, 847.

-, -, sheriffs of, 365, 367.

Southard, John, 764, 770.

Southcrook passage (Menai), 23.

Southgate, Joseph, 173.

Southwark (Surrey), 111, 138, 525.

Southwell (Notts), perpetuity to schoolmaster of, 179, 415, 637.

Southwick (Hants), 355, 749, 765.

Souza, Manuel de Silva, 107.

Spain, 113. See Spanish.

-, ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors; minister from, 28.

-, convention with (1738, August 29 or 1738–9, January 14), 28.

-, depredations by, 56, 58, 75.

-, trade with. See Trade.

-, war with. See War, Georgia.

Spalding, James, 660.

-, (co. Lincoln), 747.

Spanish, captures by, 122, 128.

-, claims. See Florida.

-, goods seized, 88, 109, 713. And see Wines (Spanish.)

-, Indians in Florida. See Indians.

-, main, 28, 29.

-, prisoners 25, 31, 65, 315, 737.

-, privateers. See Privateers.

-, service, establishing men for, 314, 377, 492.

-, ships, 566; taken by the British see Prizes; for English ships taken by the Spanish see Ships.

-, subjects, property in England, 291.

-, tobacco. See Tobacco.

-, war. See War, Georgia; Florida.

-, West Indies, 6.

-, wines. See Wines (Spanish.)

Spark (Sparke), John, 455.

-, Robert, 497.

Sparrow, Henry, 212.

-, Mr., 732.

Special service (ambassadorial), issues for, 15, 181, 184. See Prevereau, D.; Exchange (bills of).

-, -, (Parliamentary), issues for, 52.

-, -, (His Majesty's). See King's money; Campbell, G.; Davis, W.; Forth, Major; Leheup, P.; Lowther, T.; Maillet, J.; Owen, E.; Prevereau. D.; Romney, T.; Sharps, W.; Shepherd, J.; Stephen, G.

Speer, Thomas, 529, 586.

Speights (Barbados), 528.

Spelleberg (Spellerberg), and Metzner, Messrs. 361–2.

Spelman, John, 213.

Spence, David, 210, 435, 540.

-, Joseph, Professor of Modern History, Oxford, 214, 611, 634, 809.

-, Richard, Secretary of the Royal, Africa Co., 521.

Spencer, Charles, 3rd Duke of Marlborough, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 167, 323, 325–6, 343, 379, 394, 406, 426; regiment of, 44, 272

-, George, sheriff of Sussex, 164.

-, John, Customs officer, 652, 787.

-, -, a Keeper of the Council Chamber, 158, 177, 181, 198, 391, 401, 430, 608, 624, 635, 798, 809, 822.

-, -, Ranger of Windsor Great Park, 842, 844.

-, Samuel, Deputy Auditor of Jamaica, 278, 434.

-, Thomas, Customs officer, 652.

Spicer, William, 129.

Spicely, William, 289.

Spiritous liquors (for beer and ale see Victuallers), Excise duty on, 242; (9 Geo. II., c. 23), 100, 155, 309; (16 Geo. II., c. 8), 309, 371, 572.

-, -, sale of, proposals for laws relating to, 243.

-, -, (Scotland), duty on, 343.

Spithead (Hants), 260, 264, 274, 558, 566.

Spivey, Charles, 294, 557.

Sponges, 385.

Spore, William, 646.

Sporcke, Randolph de, pension to, 9, 557.

Sprackling, Stephen, 595, 790.

Spratling, Farley, 652, 846.

Spring, George, 646.

Springal, Thomas, 653.

Spurn Head (Yorks), 57.

Stables. See Staples.

-, Royal. See Royal Stables.

Stacey, John, 555.

Stafford, John, 280, 436.

Stafford county, 137.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Dolphin, J. Lawley, Sir R.; Murhall, W.; Webb, T.

Stag Hounds, Master of, Trent North, 474, 647.

Stagg, John, 220.

Staggens, Elizabeth, 809.

Stahremberg, Count, Envoy to England to notify the Emperor's coronation, 782, 830.

Staines (Middlesex), 239.

Stainforth, Mr., 277.

Stair, Earl of. See Dalrymple, J.

Staithes (Whitby port, Yorks), 288.

Stalhart, Thomas, 214.

Stamford (co. Lincoln), 216.

Stammers, William, collector, Montserrat, 847.

STAMPS. See Newspapers, Soap, Apprentices.

-, Commissioners of. See Barnard, J.; Bird, J.; Shelley, R.; Blair, W. Kenrick, M.; Plumptre, J.; 26, 27, 40, 51, 66 83, 89, 90, 113–4, 127–8, 134, 151, 209, 221, 242, 269, 276, 292, 318, 343, 358, 369, 375, 436, 477, 490, 492, 547, 550, 561, 564, 710, 751, 755, 761, 769, 777, 783, 837, 847–8.

-, duties, 379; account of revenue from, 745.

-, -, additional, deficiency of, 134, 136, 368, 379, 412, 572, 621, 753, 816.

-, fees for. See Wine licence.

-, laws, renewal of, 100; strengthening of, 242.

-, office, Lincoln's Inn, 19, 127, 208, 221, 264, 433, 435–8, 488, 490, 492, 755, 777, 841.

-, (stamped) paper and parchment, 127, 564; yearly price list of, 113, 343, 550, 751.

-, rolling presses, 492.

-, Solicitor to, 19.

-, (Scotland). See Scotland Stamps.

Standard. See Weights.

Standgate Creek (Medway), 294, 308, 373–4, 376, 544, 593–4, 695–9, 667, 774, 789–92.

Standish, Richard, 839.

Stanhope, Charles, Treasurer of the Chamber, 505, 578.

-, Philip Dormer, 5th Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 662, 703, 734, 742–3, 755, 765, 777, 779, 784, 787, 800: Ambassador to the States General, 762, 799, 832.

-, William, Lord (and 1st Earl of) Harrington, 834; Secretary of State, 9, 11, 17, 158, 169, 654, 672–3, 687, 722, 726, 728, 736–8, 743, 751, 760–1, 766, 774, 780, 804, 809, 816, 826, 835–6; President of the Privy Council, 167, 196–7, 390, 401, 419, 601, 616, 629, 641, 802, 816, 826; secret service of, as Secretary of State, see Secret Service; pension on the Irish establishment, 9, 557.

-, -, Viscount Petersham, afterwards 2nd Earl of Harrington, 736.

Stanley, Sir John, a Commissioner of Customs, England, 71, 219, 654, Surveyor General of Customs, Ireland, 652.

Stanton (co. Gloucester), 88.

Stanwell (Middlesex), 588.

Stanwix, Jos., 359.

Stanyan, Temple, a clerk of the Privy Council, 181, 827.

Stanyford, Ambrose, Agent and Consul General at Algiers, 175, 186, 205, 393, 409, 423, 492–3, 496, 605, 621, 632, 794, 806, 821, 833.

Staples (Stables), Elfred, a lottery manager, 252, 644, 648, 663, 689.

-, Samuel, 791.

Star Chamber records. See Records.

Starch duties, 376.

-, manufacturers, 227, 238, 748.

Starcross (Devon), 651.

State lotteries. See Lotteries.

-, officers. See Officers.

-, Secretaries of. See Secretaries.

States General, 663. See Dutch.

-, -, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, -, convention with, 640; (1745, May 5), 692.

-, -, gratification by, to Marshal Konigseg, 814.

Staunton, Thomas, Solicitor or Correspondent in England to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 685, 841.

Staunton (co. Gloucester), 149.

Stear, Richard, 310.

Steele, Mr., merchant, 742.

-, Thomas, inspector of the Stamp office, 847.

Steinberg, Baron Ernest, 267, 389, 617, 702, 776, 804.

-, Mary Louise, Baroness de, pension to, 239, 243, 357, 557.

Steinson (Stenison), John, 110, 112, 122.

Stephen, James, deputy heritable usher of the Exchequer Court, Scotland, 396.

Stephens (Stevens), Daniel, 220.

-, George, special service to the king, 162.

-, Giles, 654.

-, Henry, 214, 844.

-, James, Capt., 596; Customs officer, 294.

-, John (Robert), 247.

-, Richard, 129.

-, Thomas, 779.

Stephenson (Stevenson), Isaac, 712, 772, 779.

-, Mr., Board of Works, 108.

Stert, Arthur, late a Commissary to treat with those of Spain on matters arising by the Treaty of Seville, 57, 63, 140.

Steven, Stevens, Stevenson. See Stephen, Stephens, Stephenson.

Steventon, Stephen, 167.

Stewart (Steward, Steuart, Stuart), Alexander, salt officer, 218; customs officer, Maryland, 844.

-, Alexander, Lord Garlies, afterwards 6th Earl of Galloway, 160, 176, 190, 203, 395, 413, 429, 611, 622, 633, 796, 809, 824.

-, Archibald, Customs officer, 327.

-, George, 378.

-, Henry, 562.

-, James, 237, 260, 264.

-, -, Col., 485–6, 488.

-, -, 5th Earl of Galloway, 237, 347.

-, (Stuart), John, 3rd Earl of Bute, 140, 279, 293, 367

-, John, Commissary of the Dutch forces in England, 508, 630, 746.

-, Mr., a Record officer, 50.

-, Richard, Customs officer, 806.

-, William, Paymaster of Pensions, 12, 23, 53, 111, 114, 128, 217, 352, 360.

Stirling (Scotland), 22, 171–2, 252, 679.

Stivers, 32, 36–8, 57–8, 60, 69, 78, 138, 226–7, 262, 265, 273, 443, 662.

Stoakes, William, 647.

Stocker, Anthony, 269.

-, Thomas, 231.

Stockholm, 201, 389.

Stocking trade, Scotland, 4.

Stockton on Tees (Durham), 209, 266.

Stokes, Francis, 217.

Stole, Groom of, 381. See Pembroke, Earl of.

Stone, the, operation of cutting for, 450.

Stone, Andrew, secretary in the Duke of New-castle's office (including issues to for meeting Ambassadors' acceptances from abroad), 15, 79, 82, 99, 126, 166, 197, 201, 360, 368, 397–8, 442, 475, 496, 553, 571, 607, 609, 615, 623, 634, 753, 760, 777; Secretary to the Lords Justices, 56, 249, 274, 290, 293–4, 314, 329, 332, 360, 426, 464, 471–2, 680, 702, 712–3, 824; Keeper of the Paper Office, 191, 204, 214, 414, 429, 798, 810, 823.

-, David, 654.

-, Ensign, 679.

-, George, Receiver General of the Post Office, 675, 847.

-, -, Dr., Bishop of Kildare, Dean of Christ Church, Dublin, 519; Bishop of Derry, 765–6.

-, Thomas, tidesman, 215, 647.

-, William, Cashier to the Bank of England, 251–2, 676; a lottery manager, 646.

Stoppages. See Army, Navy.

Storeaker, John, senr. and junr., 32, 214.

Storer, Jude, 846.

Storms, 162, 359.

Story (Storey), Elizabeth, 374.

-, John, sheriff of Nottingham, 170.

-, Lancelot, Lieut. Gov. of Nevis, 161, 163, 185, 203, 408, 432, 620, 642, 818.

-, Richard, 652.

-, Thomas, 315, 374.

-, William, 838.

Stow, Daniel, 647, 812.

-, or Stowood Forest (co. Oxford), 552, 571, 591, 796.

Stracey, Henry, a lottery manager, 252.

Strachan (Strahan), James, 266.

-, Sir Patrick, Barrack Master, Scotland, 347.

Strachey, Mr., a Records Clerk, 21, 50, 77, 77, 104, 318, 339, 466, 491, 522, 746.

Strafford, Earl and Countess of. See Wentworth, T.; W.; and A.

Strahan. See Strachan.

Straits, the (Gibraltar), 67; duty on ships from see One per cent. duty.

Strange, Sir John, Solicitor General, 89, 104, 184, 201, 222.

Stranraer (co. Wigtown), 213, 653, 765, 845.

Stratford, Henry, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

Strathearn and Fife, Chamberlain of. See Rothes, Earl of.

Straw hats from Leghorn, 791.

Street, George, 645.

STREETS, London (London and Westminster topography generally):—
-, Aldersgate Street, 415.
-, Aldgate, 216.
-, Ayr Street, 141.
-, Barnaby Street (St. John's, Southwark), 783.
-, Beake Street, 141, 157, 353, 360.
-, Brick Street (Hyde Park), 154.
-, Butcherhall Lane, 560.
-, Cannon Street, 113.
-, Charing Cross, 84, 88, 129, 135, 148, 255, 258, 349, 370, 751.
-, Clarges Street, 467.
-, Constitution Hill, 255
-, Covent Garden, 216, 356, 560.
-, Denham Buildings, 431, 799, 829.
-, Duke Street, Westminster, 578, 697.
-, Falcon Court, 584.
-, Fetter Lane, 328, 382.
-, Fish Yard, Westminster, 541.
-, Fleet Street, 70, 121, 520, 584.
-, Glasshouse Street, 531, 540, 591, 748.
-, Great Ryder Street, 588.
-, Great Scotland Yard. See Scotland Yard.
-, Greencloth Yard, Whitehall, 99, 115, 155, 327, 377–8, 380.
-, Grosvenor Square, 703, 765.
-, Grosvenor Street, 255.
-, Haymarket, 130, 145, 155, 283, 548, 550.
-, Hell Yard. Westminster, 541.
-, Holborn, 327, 382, 548, 578, 587.
-, High Holborn, 520.
-, James' Street, Westminster, 141.
-, Jermyn Street, 117–8, 121, 125, 129, 135, 141, 285, 474, 520, 532, 561, 569, 587–8, 769.
-, King's Road to Fulham, 165.
-, King's Street, Westminster, 16, 141, 157, 216, 353, 360, 431, 799, 829.
-, Leadenhall Street, 263.
-, Little Princes Street, 520.
-, Little Queen Street, Holborn, 587.
-, Lombard Street, 503.
-, Mark Lane, 154.
-, Market Lane, 283, 474, 567.
-, Market Street, 561, 569.
-, Mulberry Garden, 254.
-, New Palace Yard, Westminster, 16, 234, 370.
-, New Street (Fetter Lane), 328, 382.
-, Newton Street, 520.
-, Norris Street, 130, 145, 150, 155.
-, Old Spring Gardens, 269, 358, 367.
-, Palace Yard, 16, 294, 306.
-, -, new, 541.
-, -, old, 282, 292, 525, 541.
-, Pall Mall, 52, 113, 117, 129, 255, 346, 355, 358.
-, -, Street, 135:
-, Parliament Street, 776.
-, Piccadilly, 83, 117–8, 125, 129, 135, 141, 145, 147, 154, 156, 353, 587, 764, 787.
-, Portugal Street, 141.
-, Poultry. See Poultry Compter.
-, Privy Garden. See Privy Garden.
-, Queen Square, Westminster, 27, 245, 249, 263.
-, Queen Street, 548, 578.
-, Queen Street, Seven Dials, 547.
-, Rathburn Place, 353.
-, Ryall Rents, St. John's, Southwark, 783.
-, Ryder Street, St. James's, 520, 532, 587.
-, St. Alban's Street, 129.
-, St. Ann's, Westminster, 586.
-, St. James's Market, 100, 130, 145 324, 546, 553.
-, St. James's Place, 769.
-, St. James's Stableyard, 559, 563.
-, St. James's Street, 35, 127.
-, St. Margaret's Lane, Westminster, 15, 16, 541.
-, St. Martin's Lane, 549, 573.
-, St. Stephen's Court, 292, 368.
-, Scotland Yard. See Scotland Yard.
-, Seven Dials, 547.
-, Shug Lane, 141, 156, 353.
-, Soho Square, 552.
-, Spring Gardens. See Streets (old), 127, 586.
-, Stephen's Alley, 350.
-, Sun Tavern Fields (Shadwell), 590.
-, Surrey Street, 43, 536–7, 671, 688, 698.
-, Swallow Street, 141, 157, 239, 295, 299, 349, 353, 360.
-, Terrace (Whitehall), 531, 533, 536.
-, Union Street, Westminster, 15, 16.
-, Winchester Street, 248.
-, Wool Staple, Westminster, 35.
-, Wood Street. See Wood Street Compter.

Strickland, Arabella, 71.

-, James, 68.

-, Ralph, 699.

-, Thomas, Chief Officer of the Transfer Office, 84.

Stringer, John, 327.

Strong waters. See Spiritous Liquors.

Strowan (Perth), 576, 673, 750, 754.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Stubbridge (Stub Ride Wood) (Surrey) 238, 347, 733, 788.

Stubbs, Matthew, 251.

Stupples, George, 288.

Stuttgart, 620.

Styles, Sir Francis Haskin Eyles, 765.

Styth, Edward, 374.

Subsidy (Subsidies), old. See Customs (England, old).

-, to Foreign Princes and States, 257. See Austria, Cologne, Danish, Hanover (troops), Hesse, Mainz, Poland, Sardinia.

-, authority for payment of, 261–2.

Subsistence money, remittance of, abroad. See Jamaica (remittances), Minorca, Gibraltar, Exchange (rate of).

Succession, Act of, 13.

Suffolk county, 1, 347, 542, 739, 753.

-, -, Receivers General for, 238. See Lynch, E.; Clark, E.; Thirkle, M.; Carter, W.

-, -, sheriffs of, 153, 348. See Leman, R.; Barker, Sir J.; Prettyman, B.; Lucas, S.

-, -, smuggling in, 493, 773.

-, Earl of. See Howard, H. B.

Sugar (clayed), 528.

-, (Muscovado), 527.

-, duty on, in Barbados and the Leeward Isles. See Four and a half per cent.

-, exports of, 270, 381, 383.

-, Colonies or Settlements, America, 17, 19, 20, 26, 35, 36, 41.

Sulphur, 597.

Sumner, Henry, 288.

-, Thomas, 838, 842. See Samner.

Sunderland (Durham), 17, 151, 288, 412, 468, 474, 562–3, 767, 846.

Sundon, Baron. See Clayton, W.

Superannuation fund and system. See Customs (England Superannuation).

Superstitious uses, estates left to. See Popish.

Supply. See Parliament.

Sureties, actions against, 113, 118, 151, 238, 276, 344, 348–9, 549, 551.

Surrey, County, 35, 115, 221, 368, 653, 671, 843, 846, 848.

-, -, gaol, 5, 99, 155.

-, -, Receivers General of. See Austen, R.; Corbet. R.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Hayes, B.; Bevois, T.; Booth, R.; Eeles, I.; undersheriffs of, see Chatfield, J.

-, -, smuggling in, 752.

-, -, woods in. See Fangrove, Knowlgrove, Stubbridge.

-, Street. See Streets.

Surveyor General. See Crown Lands, Woods, Works, Ireland (Surveyor).

Sussex, County, 45, 88, 113, 150, 165, 215, 222, 380, 489, 563, 592, 740, 756, 767, 778.

-, -, gaol, 5.

-, -, Receivers General for. See Midford, W.; Dee, E.; Dee, N.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Nichol, J.; Tredcroft, E.; Payne, J.; Spencer, G.; Dennet, J.

-, -, smugglers in, 90, 332, 380, 443, 448, 477, 490, 539, 542, 571, 584, 671, 752, 767, 773.

Sutherland, Earl of. See Gordon, John; Sutherland, William.

-, John, supervisor of stamps, 783.

-, Keneth, 839.

-, William, 17th Earl of Sutherland, 159, 179, 190, 203, 396, 413, 429, 608, 622, 633, 795–6, 811, 823.

Sutherland, sheriffdom of, 355.

Sutton, Richard, royal bounty to, 301, 403, 523, 631, 741, 829.

-, Robert, Master of the Staghounds, Trent, North, 647.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Salt, 212, 219.

Swaddon, Alexander, 233.

Swaine, John, 841.

Swainmote courts, 130, 179, 635.

Swainston (Swaniston), Richard, Third Solicitor of Customs, England, 81; Solicitor of Customs, Scotland, 103, 235, 299, 303, 325, 440, 676, 685, 759.

Swallowes, Anthony, 645.

Swansca (Glamorgan), 100, 209, 240, 311, 494, 651–2.

Swassenberg (Swartzenberg), General (Dutch), 716, 783.

Sweden, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, subsidy to King of, as Landgrave of Hesse. See Hesse.

Sweeting, George, 209.

Sweets, duty on (10 George II.), deficiency of, 198, 376, 424, 585, 640, 781, 829.

Swift, Thomas, 223, 840.

Swinley Lodge and Walk. See Windsor forest.

Swinney, Mr. (wool), 83.

Swiny, Mr. (mews), 515, 581.

Swinton, Mrs., 469.

Swinhoe (Swinnowe, Northumberland), 128, 131.

Swiss battalions in the Dutch forces, 715.

-, Cantons, ambassadors to. See Ambassadors.

Swithland (co. Leicester), 180.

Sword blades, imports of, 68, 73, 143–4.

-, cutler, 143.

Symonds, Symmonds. See Simonds.

Sympson, Symson. See Simpson.

Syria, cottons from, 789.



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