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Wace, John, first clerk in the office of the Secretary of State for the Northern Province, payments to, to meet bills of exchange from abroad, 94, 98, 200, 201.

Wackerill, George, 844.

Waddon, John, 48, 132.

Wade, George, General of the Horse forces and Lieut.-Gen. of the Ordnance, 64, 98, 99, 216, 262, 366, 453, 459, 497, 500, 518; Commander in Chief in the Netherlands, 605, 665, 678, 685, 721; in Scotland against the rebellion, 730, 733, 743, 829; regiment of, 802, 834.

-, Owen, 124.

-, Thomas (smuggler), 288, 315.

Wager, Sir Charles, Treasurer of the Navy and Treasurer of the fund for the redemption of captives from the Moors, 64, 280, 289, 296, 303, 388, 405, 411, 439, 449, 450, 492–3, 496, 542–3, 592, 687.

Waite, Thomas, pension to, 323, 396, 417.

Wake, David, 839.

Waker, Francis, 74.

Wakefield, Samuel, 199.

Wakefield (co. Yorks), 710.

-, Tower. See22 Tower.

Walbeoffe, Charles, tidesman, 154, 285, 351, 552, 588, 756, 767, 780.

Walby, Robert, tidesman, 222 650, 840.

Waldegrave, Anthony, smuggler, 442.

-, James, 1st Earl Waldegrave, Ambassador Extraordinary to France, 99, 196.

-, -, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 200, 381, 642, 803, 820, 831.

Wale, John, 254.

WALES, 22, 153, 277, 506.

-, Auditor of, 332. See Farrington, T.

-, Herald of the parts of (Gloucester, King of Arms), 847.

-, Prince and Princess of. See Prince; Princess.

-, Solicitor of Customs for. See Customs Solicitor for the Western ports.

-, NORTH, Receiver of Crown land revenues for. See Cotton, L. S.; Middleton, W.

-, -, -, General of Taxes for, 85.

-, SOUTH, 24.

-, -, Auditor of, 24. See Farrington, T.

-, -, Receiver of Crown land revenues for, 72, 101, 283, 292, 349, 643.

-, -, -, General of Land Tax for, 49, 705.

Walesby, John, 209.

Walker (see Waker), Andrew, 294.

-, Emanuel, 684, 760, 772.

-, Francis, 146.

-, Fryer, Keeper of lamps in and about Westminster Hall, 147, 291, 366, 572, 784.

-, John, Usher of the Exchequer Court (including issues to, for necessaries of the Court), 117, 168, 189, 201, 235, 339, 395, 411, 430, 501, 541, 544, 617, 625, 802, 820, 824.

-, George, 219, 369, 370.

-, Mr., Tax Commissioner for Brixton, 534.

-, Thomas, Surveyor General of Crown lands (see Crown lands), 35, 46, 47, 121, 190, 203, 228, 255–6, 284, 295, 330, 341, 846, 352, 352, 354, 374, 381, 413, 432, 541, 548, 567, 582, 629, 685, 719, 734, 766, 782, 793.

Walkingame, John, 838.

Walkinshaw, John, 425, 445.

Wall, Benjamin, 344, 449.

-, Thomas, collector, 438.

-, -, Capt., 219.

Wallace, John, 320.

-, Thomas, 840.

Wallard. See Wellard.

Wallbutt, William, gamekeeper at Richmond, &c., 843.

Waller, Edmund, Honourable, Cofferer of the Household, 668, 762, 799, 837; lease to, 486, 568, 712, 779, 783.

-, H., 762.

-, Mr., 67.

-, Robert, landwaiter, 845.

-, -, Captain of 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, 188.

-, William, surgeon, 122.

Walley, Holland, collector of Cardigan, 215.

Wallis, Mary, 485.

-, Richard, 328.

-, William, 328.

Wallop, John, Viscount Lymington and Earl of Portsmouth, 23, 67, 71; Warden of New Forest, 235, 341, 834; Governor of the Isle of Wight, 189, 624.

Walmesley (Walmsly), William, Agent to the three Independent Companies in South Carolina, 685, 750, 761.

Walmoden, Amelia Sophia Mariano, Countess of Yarmouth, 382, 776, 834; furniture for, 1, 267, 469, 702; pension to, 263, 363. See Walpole, Lord R. (pension in trust).

-, Gottlieb de (husband of Walmoden, Amelia), 263.

Wallworth, John, Receiver of Hackney Coaches, 259, 299, 437, 803.

Walnut wood, 595.

Walpole, Edward, Clerk of the Pells, 136, 203, 342, 431, 545, 769, 795.

-, Horatio, junr., Clerk of Foreign Estreats, 415, 632; Usher of the Receipt, 192–3, 198, 337, 385, 404, 425, 501, 607, 624–5, 688, 716, 803–4, 825.

-, Horatio, senr., Auditor of the Plantations, 170, 195, 217, 222, 399, 421, 434, 611, 634, 664, 668, 748, 805, 828; Deputy to see Pennant, R.; Warren, W.; St. John, J.

-, John, 163.

-, Mr., 80.

-, Sir Robert, Chancellor of the Exchequer and First Lord of the Treasury, 13, 25, 51, 834; Earl of Orford, 11, 25, 51, 289; pension to, 618; inquiry into Administration of see Secret Committee.

-, Robert, Lord Walpole and 2nd Earl of Orford, Auditor of the Receipt, 136, 203, 286, 342, 364, 412, 424, 431, 545, 583, 769, 795; Ranger and Keeper of Richmond Park, 170, 183, 196, 202, 401, 407–8, 421, 601, 610, 619, 635, 795, 804, 817, 828; pension to on the Irish Establishment in trust for Lady Walmoden, 9, 263, 363, 557, 618, 760.

Walpole, St. Andrew (Norfolk), 141.

Walsh, Edmund, 681.

-, Henry, 647.

-, John, 162, 843; junr., 843.

-, Magdalen, 681, 683–4.

-, Robert, 681, 683.

Walsham, Robert, 164.

Walsingham (Norfolk), 73.

Walter, Abel, 67, 138, 341.

-, William, 289.

-, Zacharias, 220.

Waltham Forest (Essex), issues for officers of, 112, 161, 177, 191, 204, 397, 414, 430, 609, 623, 634, 798, 810, 823.

-, -, Warden of. See Tylney, Earl of.

Walton, John (at Florence,? a secret agent), payments of royal bounty to, 200, 395, 410, 481, 612, 628, 710, 798, 815.

-, Joseph, 63, 190.

-, Mr. (gunpowder), 726.

Walton (Surrey), 253.

-, (Radnor), 379.

-, in le Dale (Lancs.), 774.

-, Leigh (Surrey), 253, 291, 366, 368.

Walworth. See Wallworth.

Wandsworth (Surrey), 534, 590, 674.

Wanstable, Thomas, 221.

WAR with France (Charles II), 46.

-, -, -, (Queen Anne), 21, 33, 37, 51–2, 54, 57–60, 245, 257, 261–2, 456, 458, 708, 736, 785.

-, -, -, (George II), 478, 489, 492, 518, 528, 719; declaration of, 466, 568, 570, 574; French at Canso and Annapolis, 664, 669; trade with, during, see Trade.

-, with Spain (George II), 25, 28–31, 52, 56, 58, 249, 475, 779; effects of, on trade, &c., 229, 324; ships taken and lost during see Privateers; Prizes; Ships.

-, (with Spain and France), special votes for extraordinaries of, 613; (200,000l.), 172, 307, 310, 427, 628; (500,000l.), 828.

-, Articles of. See Articles.

-, OFFICE, 9, 78, 271, 322, 464, 510, 512–3, 567, 575.

-, -, estimates. See Army estimates.

-, Secretary at. See Secretary.

Warburton, Col. Hugh, 714.

Ward, James, Receiver General for part of Lincoln, 132, 134.

-, Michael, 53, 137, 312.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Norwich, 639.

-, Thomas Watson, sheriff of Cambridge, 812.

-, William, trumpeter, 558.

Warden of the Cinque ports. See Cinque.

Wardour, Col. Tomkyns, 811.

WARDROBE, GREAT, 306.

-, -, allowances of clothes out of, 170.

-, -, Clerk of, 651.

-, -, Comptroller of. See Halls, J.

-, -, Master of. See Montagu, Duke of; 144–7, 149, 341, 344, 346–7, 352, 358, 372, 374, 377, 437, 507, 522, 562, 580, 583, 586, 690, 748, 756, 759–60; salary of, 61, 99, 254, 303–4, 333, 454, 494, 503, 536, 678, 704, 742; deputy to see Dummer, T.

-, -, Office, Whitehall, 771.

-, -, -, debt of, 12, 14, and accounts of, 365.

-, -, -, exceedings of, 139, 375, 589, 785.

-, -, -, imprests for, 391, 613, 801.

-, -, -, issues for, 25, 42, 61, 64, 99, 254, 299, 333, 391, 454, 494, 656, 678, 704, 742.

-, officers of, attending the King abroad. See King George II.

-, Removing Wardrobe, 117, 301, 313, 756.

-, -, -, yeoman of. See Calthorpe, J.

-, of beds, clerk of, 651.

Wareham (Dorset), 221.

Warehousing in bond, petition concerning, 17, 19, 20, 26, 36, 41.

-, system, 39.

Warmington, Robert, 247, 839.

Warner, Charles, Receiver of Savoy Hospital rents, 1.

-, John Smith, 113, 116.

Warns, William, 844….

Warren, Commodore (Rear Admiral), Sir Peter, 528, 725, 820.

-, Thomas, 332, 337, 461, 471, 551, 554.

-, William, Deputy Auditor of Barbados, 95, 222.

Warriner, Joseph, 647.

Warrington, Capt., 595.

Warwick, Richard, 627.

Warwick county, 220.

-, -, Receivers General of, 44, 83, 142.

-, -, sheriffs of, 292. See Eabourne, B.; Reppington, E.; Dilk, W.; Croxall, E.

-, Earl of. See Rich, E.

-, House, adjoining St. James's Park, 117. 125, 135.

Wasemberg, Monsieur Charles Magnus, Minister from Sweden, 614.

-, Madame (Mademoiselle), 471, 614.

Wasner (Wasenaer), Baron Ignatius de, Minister Plenipotentiary from the Queen of Hungary, 13, 92, 127, 173–4, 184, 401, 518, 520, 552–3, 565, 605, 613, 616, 630, 807, 813, 825, 829.

Wastall, Richard, 266.

Wastell, William, 223, 845.

Waste, certificates and allowances for, 234, 237.

Water Stairs (to the Thames), 239, 451.

Waterhouse, the, in Beake St., 157.

Watermen. See Royal Watermen.

-, and lightermen on the Thames, Company of, 529.

Waters, James, 763.

-, John, 88, 151, 363.

-, Richard, 260.

-, William, 331.

Waterworks see St. James's Palace, Chelsea Co., Hyde Park Conduit; watering streets see Whitehall, Hyde Park (watering Ring in).

Watkins. Abraham, 220.

-, Hezekiah, Reverend, 637.

Watson, Charles, 142.

-, Edward, royal bounty to, 615, 672, 801.

-, Joseph, 344.

-, Mathew, 841.

-, Mr., 555.

-, Nathaniel, 306.

-, Peter, 644.

-, Robert, 442.

-, Thomas, 133, 342, 354.

-, -, Deputy Commissary for musters of the Hessians, Hanoverians and Danes in British pay, 8, 9, 162, 244, 494–5; Commissary of musters in South Britain, 9.

-, William, 174.

Watts, Francis, 218.

-, John, 164, 577, 580, 683, 761–2.

-, Richard, 227, 433.

-, Robert, 683.

Way, John, Receiver of Hackney Coaches duties, 299, 304, 370, 437.

Weaver (river), 119.

Webb, George, 251.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Staffordshire, 639, 812.

Webster, Edward, 650.

-, George, 654.

-, Robert, 688.

-, Sir Thomas, 121, 129, 135.

Weekes, Buckler, sheriff of Bristol, 832.

Weekly certificates. See Customs (England weekly).

Weights and Measures. See Raziere.

-, -, -, (standard), custody of, 335.

Welch, John, 167.

-, William, 483.

Wellar, John, 844.

Wellard (Wallard), Aaron, 331.

-, George, 247.

Wellingborough (Northants), 455.

Weller, Capt., 701, 703.

Wells, Charles, 84, 87, 148, 157.

-, William, 653.

Wells (Somerset), 549, 544.

Welsh Justices, 166, 181, 228, 392, 395, 614, 620, 639, 801, 803, 819, 830.

Wenrich, Col., 538.

Wentworth, Anne, Countess of Strafford, 115, 166, 342, 388.

-, Benning, Governor of New Hampshire, 335, 727; Surveyor General of lands in North America and Nova Scotia, 336, 382, 428, 438.

-, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Strafford, farmer of Post Fines, 115, 166, 342, 388, 464, 602.

-, Thomas, Major General, 773, 778; commanding in the West Indies, 7,275, 321, 427, 441, 460, 479, 535, 565, 575; in Flanders, 454(?), 459, 467–8, 511, 514, 661, 663, 711, 715; Dutch troops in Great Britain, 555, 581, 747; regiment of, 803.

-, Thomas, senr. and junr., 223.

-, William, 4th Earl of Strafford, farmer of Post Fines, 545, 602, 748, 785, 799, 832.

Wergien, John, 788.

West, James, 53, 135–6.

-, John, 7th Lord, afterwards 1st Earl De la Warr, 273.

-, Capt. Temple, 672, 803.

-, William, 418.

West Ham (Essex), 264.

-, Indies, 242, 246, 280, 357, 361, 580, 586. See Jamaica, Spanish West Indies, Ruatan.

-, -, Expedition to. See America.

-, -, Commander in Chief of the Squadron in. See Ogle, Sir C.

West Walton (Norfolk), 678, 766, 775.

Westbear, Gabriel, 115.

Westbury (Wilts), 436.

Westby, Wardel George, a Customs Commissioner, England, 70–1, 219, 654.

WESTMINSTER, 16, 130, 141, 215, 277, 309, 329, 350, 578, 635, 651, 748, 772, 846. See St. Margaret's Parish.

-, Quarter Sessions at, 577, 587.

-, Receiver General of. See Baylis, Sir R.; Bosworth, J.

-, ABBEY, Dean and Chapter of, 56, 622; annuity to, for the support of the French Ministers in the Savoy. See Savoy.

-, -, Henry VII's Chapel in, 702–3.

-, -, Prebendaries of, 477.

-, -, Record Office in the abbey cloisters, dangerous state of, 477–8.

-, -, repairs, issues for, 53, 56, 60, 187, 280, 406, 496, 622.

-, BRIDGE, building of, 394, 419.

-, -, Commissioners for building, 15, 16, 35, 64, 71, 84, 140, 193, 240, 242–3, 287, 312, 316, 334, 394, 419, 428, 482, 539, 541, 616, 776, 818.

-, -, Crown lands purchased or exchanged for, 35, 243, 458, 541, 658, 676.

-, -, grants and issues for, 71, 193, 240, 287, 312, 316, 334, 394, 419, 428, 539, 666, 710, 776, 818.

-, -, plan of streets for, 243, 249, 541.

-, HALL, 541, 658, 676.

-, -, lighting of lamps about. See Walker, F.

-, Manor, 239.

-, Palace, 106; housekeeper of see Blackerby, N.

Westmorland, County, 256, 434, 646

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

-, sheriffs of. See Thanet, Earl of.

Weston, Edward, under-secretary in the office of the Secretary of State for the Northern Province and one of the acting secretaries of the Lords Justices, 41, 273, 293, 295–6, 307, 310, 314, 329, 361–2, 366, 426, 447, 672, 728, 751, 754; with the King abroad, 760, 774, 809, 827; Keeper of the [State] Paper Office, 208; transmitter of papers to the Paper Office, 305.

-, Elizabeth, 551, 561.

-, Sir Richard, a Baron of the Exchequer, 643.

-, Samuel, 652.

-, Thomas, 751.

-, Webb, 843.

Westphaling, Philip, 222.

Wetstein, Caspar, 194, 403, 428.

Weybridge (Surrey), 115.

Weymouth (Dorset), 71, 212, 219, 443, 445, 579, 590, 766.

-, Viscount. See Thynne, Thomas,

Whaddon. See Waddon.

Whall, Thomas, 648, 845.

Whalley. See Walley.

Whaplode manor, co. Lincoln, 133, 582, 661.

Wharry, John, 214, 221, 223.

Wharves, lease of. See Scotland Yard.

Wheat, high duty on, &c. See Corn.

Wheatland, John, 221.

Wheeler, Gilbert, sheriff of Worcester, 163–4, 189.

-, Richard, tidesman, 565, 649, 651.

-, -, Surveyor of Houses, 90, 199, 221.

Whetstones, 384.

Whichalls, Richard, 40.

Whichcote, Paul, Clerk of the Peace and Clerk of the Crown of Leinster, 9, 557.

Whichwich, Mr., 261.

Whinrey, John, 137, 188.

-, Mary, 137, 188.

Whitaker, Reverend Nathaniel, 16, 162.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Kent, 418, 420.

Whitaside (co. Yorks), 282, 364–5.

Whitby (co. Yorks), 75, 220, 282, 288, 438, 652–4, 774, 782, 840.

Whitchurch, James, 352, 356, 385.

White, Alexander, Reverend, 814.

-, Andrew, 790.

-, Daniel, 175.

-, George, 175.

-, John, sheriff of Bedford, 163, 194.

-, Joshua, 219.

-, Mr., Chaplain, 699.

-, Patrick, 694.

-, Richard, 219.

-, Robert, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli, 531, 539, 620, 624, 640.

-, Susan, 83.

-, Taylor, keeper of Records of Forfeited Estates, 449, 452, 569, 644, 824.

-, Thomas, 266.

White Tower. See Tower.

White's or White's Hill (Dean Forest), 276, 483.

Whitefoord, Allan, Receiver General, Scotland, accounts of, 104, 279, 332, 362, 538, 542, 708, 744; cashier to the Trustees for Improvements, 225, 657.

WHITEHALL, 43, 56, 103, 109, 110, 123–5, 127, 129, 134, 139, 155, 233, 237, 295, 314, 324, 344, 346, 351, 356, 361, 366, 368, 377–8, 380, 441, 545, 554, 561, 568, 573, 584, 587, 589, 592, 706, 720, 750, 760, 779.

-, Cockpit at, 748.

-, Council Office in. See Privy Council.

-, Palace, 14, 122, 135, 380–1, 553.

-, -, chapel royal at, 125, 135.

-, -, furniture for, 124.

-, -, gentlemen porters at, 124

-, -, Granary lodgings, 14.

-, -, Guard house, 14.

-, -, library, Paper Office, or State Paper Office (papers and records of state reduced into the form of a library at). See Records (state papers).

-, preachers, 254, 332, 494, 680, 737.

-, Privy Garden. See Privy Garden.

-, Queen Mary's littla garden in the Terrace Walk, 451.

-, Receiver General for. See Parsons, E.

-, Treasury Office, &c. in. See Treasury Chambers.

-, Wardrobe Office, &c in. See Great Wardrobe.

-, watering road before, from Denham Buildings to King Street, 101, 166, 200, 431, 799, 829.

Whitehaven (Cumberland), 100, 220, 222, 236, 437, 648, 650–3, 840, 842, 844.

Whitehead (Whithead), Francis, Ranger of Bere Forest, 656.

-, Nicholas, 846.

-, Richard, 254.

Whiteing. See Whiting.

Whiteman. See Wightman.

Whitemire (eo. Elgin), 565.

Whitewood, Edward, 595.

Whitfield (Whitfeld), John, 447, 474, 674, 684, 693, 704, 711, 761, 766, 772–3, 776.

Whithead. See Whitehead.

Whithorn Priory (near Wigtown), 347, 653.

Whiting (Whiteing), Pethnel, 595.

-, Lieut., 679.

-, Thomas, 627.

Whitman (see Wightman).

Whitmore, Charles, 160.

-, Sir Thomas, 584.

Whitsted, Richard, 355.

-, Col. (Brig Gen.), Samuel Warter, 41. 742–3.

Whitstable (Kent), 789.

Whittaker. See Whitaker.

Whittingdale, Christopher, 838.

Whittle, John, 579.

Whittlewood Forest (Northants), 123, 235, 240, 349, 496, 574, 755, 781, 819.

-, -, Wakefield Lodge in, 721.

-, -, Warden of. See Grafton, Duke of.

Whitworth, Francis, Surveyor General of Woods. 14, 38, 95–6, 114, 116, 119, 165, 213, 217, 697, 702, 830.

Whormby, John, 348, 487, 673.

Whydah (Gold Coast, Africa), 5, 451.

Wibault, James, 530, 662.

Wich, Sir Cyril, Envoy Extraordinary to the Czarina, 205, 258, 266, 273, 390, 392, 402, 406, 409, 411, 423, 426, 493, 606, 612, 821, 833.

Wick, Jane, 181, 190.

Wicking, Stephen, Deputy Receiver of the Alienation Office, 334, 476.

Wicomico (Maryland). 844.

Widdon, John, 844.

Widdrington estates, 443.

Wigg, Thomas, sheriff of Norwich, 625.

Wighill (Yorks), 754.

Wight, John, 846.

-, Joseph, a lottery manager, 252, 476, 644, 648.

Wight, Isle of, Excise collector of. See Venn, J.

-, -, Governor of. See Bolton, Duke of; Lymington Viscount.

-, -, -, wreckage claims of, 566, 574.

Wightman (Whiteman), Charles, sheriff of York city, 689, 812.

Wigtown (Scotland), 233, 327, 653, 842.

Wigtoun, Earl of. See Fleming, John.

Wilde, James, 542, 837.

-, William, 596.

Wilder, James, 258, 261, 266.

Wildman, Edward, 338.

Wilkinson, Andrew, Receiver General for the West Riding, 108, 116.

-, Henry, salt proprietor, 87, 94, 152.

-, John, 8.

-, -, minister of the Savoy, 317, 374.

-, Mr. (taxes), 477; (discoverer of concealments), 288.

-, Pinkney, remitter for Flanders, 45, 87, 225–7.

-, Thomas, 209.

-, William, Agent for the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 272.

Wilks, George, 211.

Willard, Joseph, Secretary to New England, 782.

Willerton, Francis, 212.

Willes (see Willis, Wills), Edward, 676.

-, William, 676.

William, Hugh, 844.

-, John, 420.

-, alias Holloway, Thomas, 627.

Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury, Paymaster for the Marine regiments (see Marines), 166, 181, 391, 446, 496, 574, 585, 603, 739, 753, 801.

-, David, felon, 283.

-, Edward, tidesman, 651–2.

-, Francis, 209, 214.

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

-, -, customs officer, 296.

-, John, tidesman, 208; Capt., 550.

-, Joseph, customs officer, 285.

-, Kyffin, 839.

-, Lewis, tidesman. 651.

-, Sir Nicholas, 40, 846.

-, Rees, 301, 437.

-, Robert, tidesman, 220.

-, Sydenham, sheriff of Dorset, 164, 189,

-, (Williamson), Thomas, customs officer, 330,438.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Brecon, 673, 814.

-, William, Receiver General for Cardigan, 550, 571, 605, 773; for Monmouth and South Wales, 369, 437, 705.

Williamson, Thomas, 330.

Williford, William, 86, 138, 236.

Willis (see Willes, Wills), Joseph, 650, 792.

-, Samuel, 41.

Willoughby, Richard, 579.

Wills, Sir Charles, Lieut. Gen. of the Ordnance, 216.

-, George, tidesman, 646.

-, John, tidesman, 208.

Willson, See Wilson.

Wilmanstrand, battle of, 393.

Wilmington, Earl of. See Compton, S.

Willmot (Willimot) Robert, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 144.

Wilmot, James, 551.

-, Samuel, 349.

Wilson (Willson), Capt. Alexander, 615, 617, 834; agent to Gooch's American regiment, 33, 36, 78–9, 508, 524, 585; agent to Major St. George's regiment of Dragoons, 188, 524, 777.

-, Francis, tidesman, 214.

-, George, Solicitor to the Taxes Commissioners, 310, 359.

-, John, tidesman, 73, 220, 654.

-, Joseph, 222, 846.

-, Patrick, Comptroller of Basse Terre, 269, 270, 289.

-, Richard, 291.

-, Thomas, Dr., sub-almoner, 530–1, 702.

Wilts County, 113, 130.

-, -, Receivers General for. See Flower, H.; Phipps, T., junr.; Turner, J.

-, -, sheriffs of, 72, 149. See Batt, W.; Guy, A.; Hippisley, W.

-, -, Surveyor of Houses for. See Bennett, J.; Baker, C.

Wiltshire, John, 229.

Winchester (Hants), gaol, 250, 359, 379, 380, 545.

Winchilsea, Earl of. See Finch, D.

Winde, William, a salt commissioner, 212–3.

Winder, Robert, 751.

Window duties, window lights, surveyors, &c. of. See House duties.

WINDSOR, 110, 137, 323, 334, 770.

-, New, 325–6.

-, Old, 238.

-, CASTLE, 668, 699.

-, -, Clerk of the Works at See Biggs, R.

-, -, conduit in, 213.

-, -, Constable and Governor of. See Beauclerk, C.

-, -, footway from, 114.

-, -, furniture for, 771.

-, -, King's garden and Queen's little house, 769. -, -, plumber of. See Devall, J. Roberts, J.

-, FOREST, 50, 137, 147, 286, 347, 359, 406, 565, 616, 788.

-, -, Bigshot (Bagshot Park, Ranger of. See Arran, Earl of.

-, -, -, Rails, 50, 53, 231, 420; Keeper of Bigshot Lodge and Ranger of Bigshot Rails and Walk see Beauclerk, Lord G.

-, -, Cranbourne Chase, 179, 206, 413, 569, 608, 636, 793, 811.

-, -, -, Lodge, 83, 99, 155, 554, 697, 786, 735.

-, -, -, Walk, 157.

-, -, Cumberland Lodge (Duke of Cumberland's), 111, 539.

-, -, deer in, 313; and see Windsor Forest (Cranbourne Chase, New Lodge Walk, and Old Windsor Walk).

-, -, Foreland Rails, 332.

-, -, Lieutenant of. See Beauclerk, H.

-, -, Milton's Hill, 554.

-, -, Mote Park. See Mote Park.

-, -, New Lodge, 101, 240, 258.

-, -, -, -, Walk, deer officers and repairs in, 85, 105, 179, 184, 206, 234, 243, 297, 349, 411, 416, 608, 624, 633, 697, 710, 811, 824.

-, -, -, -, -, dog kennel and stable in, 234, 242–3.

-, -, Old Windsor Walk, deer in, 163, 166, 389, 603, 800.

-, -, -, -, -, Ranger of. See Honeywood, P.

-, -, -, -, Wood, 238.

-, -, Outranger of. See King Lord, P.; King Lord, J.

-, -, Royal hunting in, 243.

-, -, Saint Leonard's Hill, 554.

-, -, Sandhurst Walk, 50, 137.

-, -, Swainmote Courts for, 179, 635.

-, -, Swinley Lodge, 101, 234, 243, 246, 258, 332, 355, 395, 476–7, 564–5, 666, 751.

-, -, -, -, Ranger of. See Jennison, R.

-, -, -, Walk. 231, 237, 558.

-, -, trespassers in, 80, 231.

-, -, Warden of. See Beauclerk, C.

-, GREAT PARK, 15, 88, 114, 116. 131, 379, 615.

-, -, -, Ranger of. See Spencer, John.

-, Little Park, House Park or Home Park, 84, 325, 352.

-, -, -, extension of, 326.

-, -, -, Ranger of. See Churchill, Sarah; Deputy Ranger of see Loft, C.

-, Park. See Windsor Great Park.

-, Poor Knights of, issues for, 1, 36, 99, 301, 500, 503.

WINE (Wines), Burgundy, 12.

-, French, 505, 565, 570, 574, 579, 698. 769.

-, Levant, 332, 337, 471, 761.

-, Madeira, 20, 122.

-, Rhenish, 88, 505.

-, Spanish, 476, 592, 674, 697. 704–5, 711, 724, 731–2, 750, 773, 780–1, 791.

-, acquittance money, 286.

-, additional duties, 350, 813.

- duties, 156, 603, 799.

-, fees for stamps, fees, compositions, 286.

-, fines, 100.

-, imports of, into Scotland, 750.

-, LICENCE, 286.

-, -, Commissioners for see Ramsden, J.; Corbiere, A.; Plumpton, R.; Gordon, T.; Harris, H.; Adams, W., 242, 284, 754.

-, -, Cashier to. SeeMills, T.

-, -, office, establishment of, issues for incidents and salaries, 165, 171, 186, 198, 390, 401, 411, 424, 602–3, 612, 620, 638, 799, 807, 818–9, 829.

-, -, revenue from, 284, 286, 745.

-, low wines and spirits, duties on in Scotland, 343.

-, seizures of, 555, 563, 766, 772, 776–7. And see Wines (Spanish).

Wingfield, Richard, 321.

Winkley, John, 134.

Winn. See Wynne.

Winnebah (Gold Coast, Africa), 5, 451.

Winnington. Francis, Admiralty Solicitor, 701–2.

-, Thomas, Cofferer of the Household, 76–7, 265, 350, 356–7, 367, 372–3, 388, 444, 668; Paymaster of the Forces, 439, 444, 467, 470, 492–3, 502, 507, 509, 538, 544, 556, 585, 589, 600, 603–4, 628, 669, 675, 717, 724, 730, 733, 740, 763, 800–1, 808, 814–5, 828, 830, 833.

Winstanley, George, 838.

Winter, Mr., 753.

-, William, 231, 844.

Wirral hundred (Cheshire), 334.

Wisbech (Cambridge), 64 95 144, 225, 380, 651, 653, 844.

Wise, John, 644.

Wolfe, Col. (Brig. Gen.), Edward, Inspector of Marines, 510, 524, 605, 682, 730, 739.

Wollaston (Woolaston), Edward (felon), 627.

-, Mr., Receiver General for Salop, 279.

-, Nicholas, a lottery manager, 648, 689.

Wolley, See Woolley.

Wolter, Mr., 713.

Wood, Alexander, 598.

-, Elizabeth, 500.

-, Francis, 844.

-, John, tidesman, 840.

-, -, -, sheriff of Norwich, 168, 172.

-, Jonathan, 242, 551.

-, -, Thomas, manager of the Oxford University Press, 17.

-, William, Secretary to the Customs, 71, 89, 145, 151, 218, 273, 294, 305, 307, 377–9, 445, 460–1, 475, 490, 493, 520, 526, 534–5, 539, 542, 548, 552, 555, 557, 562, 583, 656, 673, 709, 710, 726, 769, 787.

Wood Street Compter (London), 578, 762, 767.

Woodbridge (Suffolk), 443.

Wooden, See Worden.

Woodford, Henry, 284, 482.

-, Matthew, contractor for victualling Placentia and Annapolis Royal, 110, 118, 123, 139, 148, 167, 175, 193, 199, 234, 237, 297, 312, 328, 342, 346, 357, 367, 394, 405, 420, 426. 447, 474, 496, 505, 517, 520, 554, 559, 560–1, 566, 582, 585, 605, 614, 630, 635, 641, 664, 676, 766, 774, 783, 804, 820, 827, 832.

-, Samuel, landwaiter, 649.

-, Dr. William, Professor and Reader of Physic, Oxford, 159, 179, 192, 204, 398, 414, 430, 609, 624, 634, 798, 810, 822.

Woodfryes, Thomas, 61.

Woodill, John, 438.

Woodley, James, 838.

Woodman, Mary, 524, 540.

Woodmasse, William, 213.

Woodroff, William, 293.

Woods, Hamlet, collector, 653.

-, Richard, clerk in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 365.

WOODS, ENGLAND, Surveyor General of. See Whitworth. F.; Legge, H.; Philipson, J.; Hewet. Sir T.; 6. 24, 63, 75, 83–4, 96, 99, 105, 112, 114, 119, 130, 234–5. 237–8, 240, 242–3, 254, 256, 269, 276, 287, 290, 332, 335, 355, 468, 471, 505, 564, 656, 666–7, 697, 699, 721, 728, 735.

-, -, -, deputy to. See Barnard, J.

-, -, -, interim. See Hinxman. J.

-, -, -, office, surveys in, 88.

-, AMERICA. See America.

Woodward, John, clerk to the collector of coal duties, 81, 86, 103, 151, 303.

-, Samuel, 211.

-, Thomas, 644.

Woodyard, the, and Woodyard Watergate (Sootland Yard, London). 14.

Wool, illicit trade in, from the South of England to France. 442, 524, 540.

-, illicit trade in, from Ireland to France (and of brandy in return from France to Ireland), 72, 76, 83, 86, 91, 92, 100, 104, 144, 147, 149, 152, 156, 777.

-, licences, Ireland, deficiency of income from, to meet the grant of 4.000l. per an. to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. See Ireland (Lord Lieutenant).

-, manufacture, Scotland, 3, 4, 658.

-, prohibition of export of, 47.

-, seizures of, 237, 735, 749.

-, trade with Spain, 50.

Wool Staple, Westminster. See Streets.

Woolaston. See Wollaston.

Woolcott, Edward, 839.

Woolley (Wooley, Wolley, Wooly), Mr. (Jamaica), 32.

-, Holland, 125.

-, Richard, 97, 381–2.

Woolfreys, Thomas, 249.

Woolmer Forest (Hants), 108–9, 130, 165, 180, 565.

-, -, Keeper of. See Mordaunt, J.

Woolwich (Kent), 145.

Worcester City, 89, 233, 283; Castle, 97, 381–2.

-, County, 90, 135, 162, 221, 230, 259, 269, 380–1, 771.

-, -, Receiver General for. See Brodribb, R.; Albert, T.; Lane, R. Lowbridge, E.

-, -, sheriffs of, 53, 72, 135–6, 573. See Bennet, N.; Wheeler, G.; Nash, G.; Newnham, J.

Worden (Wooden), John, 100.

Workington (Cumberland). 100, 222, 840.

WORKS, ENGLAND, Board of, 15, 16, 22, 24, 61. 63, 70, 82, 87–8, 92, 108, 110, 114. 116–7, 128, 141, 147, 240, 254, 274, 282, 286, 290–2, 294, 301, 306, 330, 371–2, 447, 458, 477–8, 482, 500, 511, 515, 517, 531, 534, 537, 541, 566, 588–9, 668, 664, 676, 688, 690, 699, 704–5, 719, 732, 759, 764, 769, 770, 781, 841.

-, -, office of, debt in, 12, 775.

-, -, -, exceeding the limited expense, 40, 136, 353, 584, 785.

-, -, officers of, 177, 206, 369, 416, 548, 564, 567, 581, 611. 634, 809; delays in payment of salaries to, 420, 450, 480–1.

-, -, Paymaster of. See Harris, J.; Gilmour, Sir C.; Brown, Sir R.; Onslow, D., 10, 111, 293.

-, -, -, imprests to, for works, 118, 301, 394, 638.

-, -, -, issues to, for works and officers, 22, 50, 105, 233, 290, 319, 452, 490, 512, 529, 539.

-, -, Serjeant Plumber to. See Devall, J.; Roberts, J.

-, -, Surveyor General of. See Fox, H.; Finch, H., 349, 362, 366, 369, 370, 541, 548, 564, 567, 581.

-, at Windsor Castle, Clerk of. See Curtis, A.; Biggs, R.

-, IRELAND, Surveyor General of See Nevill, A. J.

-, SCOTLAND, Master of. See Dundas, G.; Anstruther, Sir J.

Worldham (Hants), 108–9.

Wormell, Piercy, 144.

Worms (Germany), 794.

Worrall, Samuel, 848.

Worsley (Worseley), Sir Edward, sheriff of co. Southampton, 627, 812.

-, Henry, Governor of Barbados, 14, 36, 41, 127, 180.

-, Sir Robert, 36, 127.

-, Thomas, 680–1.

Worth, Joseph Coplestone, 769.

-, Thomas, 780.

Wounded seamen. See Sick and Hurt.

Wray, Daniel, 721, 845.

Wreckage. See Droits, Isle of Wight.

Wright, George, bread contractor for the Army, 44, 61, 130, 145, 150.

-, James, a messenger of the Exchequer, 87.

-, John, 74, 208; sheriff of Leicester, 418.

-, Joseph, shipmaster, 317, 386.

-, -, a Treasury clerk, 238; lottery manager, 663.

-, Robert St. John, 296.

-, Samuel, 57.

-, William, 208.

Wrightington, John, 215.

Wroe. See Roe.

Wrought plate, duty on. See Plate.

Wurtemberg, Vaudois Church in, 318.

Würzburg (Bavaria), 620.

Wyatt (Wyat), Edward, Solicitor of Customs for the Northern ports, 66, 218.

Wyberton manor (co. Lincoln), 122, 128.

-, Roads (co. Lincoln), 266.

Wych. See Wich.

Wychwood Forest (co. Oxford), 468, 471, 561, 614, 665, 749, 750, 752, 779.

-, -, Warden of. See Cornbury. Viscount.

Wylde, William, 107, 112.

Wylie, Archibald, 659.

-, David, 320.

Wyndham, Mr., 670.

-, Thomas, sheriff of co. Southampton, 182, 193, 417.

-, William, issues to, for the Duke of Cumberland, 712, 807, 810, 830.

Wynne (Wynn, Winn) Elizabeth, pension to, 613.

-, John, 211, 647, 671, 758, 761.

-, Margaret, pension to, 613

-, Sir Thomas, 160, 342.

Wyre, Pitt, 645.

Wyre (river, co. Lanes.). 537–8, 560.

Wyttel, Christopher, a Commissary of Musters, South Britain, 9.



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