General Index: S

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1667-8. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1893.

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S

Sabbath Day, working upon
-, the Jewish

Sabin, Rich.

Sabine, John

Sackville, Richard, Earl of Dorset

Sackville, Ensign Edw.

Sacrament, receiving of the

Sadlington, Lieut. Rich.

St. Albans, Earl of, see Jermyn.

St. Albans, Herts

St. Ambrose [island], ship lost near

St. Andrews, Scotland, Archbishop of, see Sharpe, Jas.

St. Asaph, Bishop of, see Glenham, Henry.

St. Bride's, co. Pembroke ?, ship ashore at

St. Christophers, Island of, West Indies
-, Commissioners to
-, French and English Governors of

St. Davids, co. Pembroke, Bishop of, see Lucy, Wm.
-, places in gift of
-, cathedral of
-, precentorship of

St. Eudons, Portugal, ship to

St. George, Sir Thos., Somerset Herald

St. George's Channel, ships in

St. Germain, King of France at
-, traveller to
-, -en-Laye, articles concluded at

St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, ships at or to
-, Point, ships off
-, Road, ships in

St. Ives, Cornwall, ship lost at

St. Jago, West Indies, castle of

St. Jean de Luz, France, ships at or of

St. John, Lord, of Basing, see Paulet, Charles.

St. Lucar, Spain, consulship of
-, ships from

St. Malo, France
-, goods shipped from
-, letters dated from
-, news from
-, ships of
-, ships to or from

St. Martin's, Devon, ships at or to

St. Michel, B., muster master at Deal, letters of
-, sister of

St. Omer, France, resident at

St. Ravy, Sir Wm.

St. Sebastain, Spain

St. Thomas (West Indies), island of

St. Valerie, France, ship to

Saires, Mr.

Salee, see Sally.

Salesbury, Hugh
-, as mayor of Portsmouth
-, appraisement by
-, letters, &c., of (1667)
-, (1668)

Salisbury, Bishop of, see Ward, Seth.

Salisbury, or Sarum, Wilts
-, Commissioners of Appeal at
-, letter dated from
-, travellers to

Salkeld, Sir Fras.

Sally [Salee, Morocco], Governor and inhabitants of, articles of peace with
-, man-of-war of, pirate
-, paper dated from
-, ships of, to, or from

Salmon, Peter
-, Col.

Salmon (fish), export of

Salt, duty or customs on
-, for the Navy
-, London traders in
-, petitions or letters of
-, manufacture of
-, price of
-, Scottish, see Scotland, salt making in.
-, ships laden with
-, trade in

Sancroft, Dr. Wm., Dean of St. Paul's

Sandal, co. York, resident at

Sanders, Ezekial, letter of

Sanderson, Justice Chris.
-, (Phil ?), son of
-, Randall, letter of
-, Robert, late Bishop of Lincoln

Sandes, Sir [Sam ?]
-, Thos., or Sir Thos., letters of
-, son (in law) of, see Stoddart, Mr.

Sandford, Sir Rich.

Sandham Fort, Isle of Wight

Sandown Bay [Isle of Wight ?], ship lost in

Sandwich, Earl of, see Montague.

Sandwich, Kent
-, churches in (St. Peter's and St. Mary's)
-, letters dated from

Sandy, Sir Rob., see Napier.

Sandys, William, sixth Lord Sandys

Sandys, Thos.
-, Sir Thos., Bart.
-, Wm.
-, letter, &c., of
-, envoy from the Prince Palatine

Sankey, Thos.

Sansum, Mary, petition of
-, husband of

Santa Crux, Teneriffe, resident at
-, ship from

Sarisbury, Hants, Castle Street in, letter dated from

Sarsfield, Wm., letters of

Sartaine, Capt.

Sarum, see Salisbury.

Saulcey Forest, co. Northampton, officers of

Sault, Conte de

Saunders, Capt. Fras., certificate by
-, —, of Scarborough, letter to

Savage, Dr. Hen.

Savery, Thos., petition of

Savile, Sir George, Baron Savile of Eland and Viscount Halifax

Savill, Gilbert
-, Dorothy executrix of

Savoy, Duke of [Charles Emanuel II.]
-, senator of

Sawell, Thos.

Sawtell, Chris., letters of
-, Edm., letters to

Sawyer, Nich.

Saxony, Elector of [John George II.]
-, Garter sent to

Say and Sele, Lord, see Fiennes, James.

Sayes Court [Deptford], manor of

Scala Nova, Levant, fruit to

Scanderoon, Levant, marine factors at
-, ships from

Scarborough, co. York
-, Castle
-, letter dated from
-, resident at
-, Road, ship lost at
-, ships at

Scarburgh, Charles, certificate by

Scarlett, Thos.

Scarsdale, Earl of, see Leke, Nicholas.

Schomberg, Frederick, Lord or Marquis, afterwards Duke of Schomberg

Scilly Isles
-, garrison or English officers and soldiers in
-, Governor of, Sir Wm. Godolphin
-, harbour of
-, islanders of
-, ships at or near
-, ships wrecked near

Sclater, Wm., letter of

Scotland
-, Admiralty Court of
-, arms for
-, Church of
-, Commissioners for
-, Council of, see also Edinburgh, Council of.
-, books of
-, letter of, to the King
-, Lords of, order of, alluded to
-, President of (1661), see Lesly, Earl of Rothes.
-, Custom House of, officer of
-, customs or duties in
-, defence of
-, forces in, raising of
-, garrisons of
-, goods for or from
-, duty on
-, Highlands of, robbers in
-, judges in
-, Lord Chancellor of, see Lesly, Earl of Rothes.
-, late, see Cunningham, William, Earl of Glencairn.
-, Lord Commissioner of, see Lesly, Earl of Rothes.
-, late, see Middleton, Earl of Middleton.
-, lotteries in
-, militia of
-, news from
-, nobility of
-, North of, affrays in
-, paper dated from
-, Parliament or Estates of
-, convention of
-, division in, alluded to
-, letter from
-, alluded to
-, Quakers in
-, rebels or rebellion in, see also Edinburgh.
-, resident of, in United Provinces
-, salt making or makers in
-, ships in
-, ships of, see Scottish ships.
-, ships to or from
-, ships trading from, masters of, petition of
-, shires of, officers for
-, towns of
-, trade of, with England, see Trade.
-, travellers to and from
-, union of, with England
-, articles of
-, use of torture in
-, West of, risings in, reports of

Scots, Scotch, or Scottish
-, cattle, export of
-, flag
-, giving up of Charles I. by
-, goods
-, marks
-, men
-, officers
-, ordinary, in Holland
-, privateers
-, prizes
-, ships
-, timber
-, trading with, see Trade.

Scott, James, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleugh
-, commission to
-, money for
-, regiment of
-, trustee of
-, Lady Anne, wife of
-, accident to
-, mother of (Lucy Walters)

Scott, Sir Edw.
-, certificate by
-, Major John, letters of
-, nephew of
-, Mark, letters of
-, Wm.
-, "that villain"

Scroggs, Sir Wm.

Scrope, Rich.

Scudamore, John, Viscount Scudamore, letter of

Scudamore, Wm.
-, petition of

Seaman, Edm., certificate by

Seamen, see Mariners.

Seaton, Northumberland, resident at

Sebenico, Giovanni, petition of

Secretaries of State, see also Bennet, Lord Arlington, and Morice, Sir Wm.
-, late, see Nicholas, Sir Edw.
-, appointment of, alluded to
-, office of
-, orders or warrants to
-, payment of

Sedgwick, Geo.
-, letter of

Seizures, registrar of

Selby, Sir George

Selkirk, Earl of, see Douglas, William.

Sequestrations, Commissioners for
-, agent of

Serjeants-at-arms
-, warrant to
-, -at-law

Serle, Col. Michell, petition of

Serdam, ship of

Seven Provinces, see Holland.

Severn, the, ships in

Seville, Spain, coin of

Sewers, Commissioners for

Sewter, Sir Rob.

Seymor, Edw.

Seymour, Sir Edw., Bart.
-, Henry, Chancery clerk, account by
-, Henry, groom of the Bedchamber
-, petition of
-, John
-, Capt. John

Shacklewell, Jos.

Shadwell, Upper, Middlesex, letter dated from
-, Yorkshire, resident at

Shafto, Recorder of Newcastle

Shakerley, Sir Geoffry, Governor of Chester Castle
-, letters of

Shales, John, pilot
-, John, victualling agent at Portsmouth, letters of

Shannon, Viscountess, see Boyle.

Sharland, Capt. Jas.
-, letters of

Sharp, —, discoverer

Sharpe, James, Archbishop of St. Andrews, attempt upon

Sharrock, Dr. Rob.
-, letters of
-, Edmund, M.A., his brother
-, petition of

Shaw, Sir John

Sheba, Queen of [Duchess of Newcastle]

Sheen, Sir James

Sheeres, Mr.

Sheerness, Kent
-, forts of
-, Governor of
-, King at

Sheffield, Edmund, second Earl of Mulgrave
-, Elizabeth, his widow, see Bennet, Sir John, wife of.
-, John, third Earl of Mulgrave, his son
-, letter of

Sheffield, co. York, forces at

Sheldon, Fras.
-, Gilbert, Archbishop of Canterbury
-, letter to
-, treasurer to
-, Wm., clerk of the cheque at Woolwich
-, account by
-, certificates by
-, letter of

Shenton, Alexander
-, wife of (Alice Ballard)

Shephard, Capt. (Rob. ?)

Shepheard, John

Sheppey, Isle of, Kent, places in

Sherborne, co. Dorset, letter to

Sherburne, Edw., ordnance officer, certificates by
-, letters of
-, warrant by

Sheriff Hutton, Yorks, lordship of

Sheriffs, see under the various counties.

Sherley, Capt. Thos., petitions of
-, Mr.

Sherrant, or Sherron [France ?]

Sherwood, John
-, Wm.
-, letters of
-, petitions, &c., of
-, Eliz., wife of, petition of

Sherwood, Notts, letter dated from
-, Forest, timber from

Sherwyn, Rich., letter of

Shields
-, Papists in
-, resident at
-, ships of or to
-, North and South, salt makers at
-, petitions, &c., of
-, salt-making at

Shipdam, Mr.

Shippon Manor, Berks

Ships (shipping, navy, vessels, boats, &c.), casual notices of, passim; see also Fleet and Navy.
-, accounts, particulars, or reports of
-, ammunition for
-, appraisement or valuation of
-, builder of, see Baylie, Fras.
-, building of and see Bristol, shipbuilding at.
-, burning of
-, chaplains or ministers of
-, colours carried by
-, commanders, officers, or captains of
-, complaints against
-, letters of, passim.
-, list of
-, punishment of
-, reprieved
-, widows of
-, design to attack
-, embargo on
-, fire
-, foreign, see also men-of-war and Dutch and French ships, &c.
-, commissions, &c. of
-, hired
-, made free
-, lists of
-, sailing under English colours
-, guard, summer
-, winter
-, lists of, see also Downs, ships in, lists of.
-, men-of-war, and see Ships, names of.
-, foreign
-, merchant
-, miscarriage, taking, or loss of
-, pirate
-, privateers, see Privateers.
-, purchase of
-, repairs or rebuilding of, passim.
-, sale of
-, accounts of
-, stores and provisions for or of see also Navy, stores for.
-, embezzlement of
-, loans from
-, sunk, see Thames, ships sunk in.
-, weighing of, passim.
-, surgeons for
-, request for
-, victualling of see also Navy, victualling of.
-, victuals for, wanted
-, names of:—
-, Abraham
-, Adam and Eve
-, Adventure
-, Advice
-, Africa
-, African
-, Albemarle
-, Algiers Merchant
-, Alice and Frances
-, America
-, Amity
-, Angel
-, Ann of London
-, Ann and Christopher
-, Anne (Duke of York's yacht)
-, of Bristol
-, of Flushing
-, and Elizabeth
-, Antelope
-, Antler
-, Antwerp
-, Assistance, or Assistant
-, Assurance
-, Bachelor
-, Baker
-, Baltimore
-, Bantam
-, Barbadoes Merchant
-, Barbaroe prize
-, Batchelor's Adventure
-, Bezane
-, Blackamore pink
-, Black Cock
-, Dog
-, Eagle
-, Blackmore (fireship)
-, Black Post-horse
-, Blessing (fireship), commander of
-, of London
-, of Minehead
-, Blossom
-, Blue Boar
-, Bonadventure
-, Bristol
-, commander of
-, letters dated from
-, Merchant
-, Brothers of London
-, Brothers' Friendship
-, Cambridge
-, Camel, captain of
-, company of, petition of
-, Carte Argent (prize)
-, Casimir (prize)
-, Castle
-, Cat
-, Catherine
-, Centurion
-, letter dated from
-, Charles
-, of London
-, Charles II.
-, Chasseur
-, Chesnut
-, Christopher of London
-, Coast
-, Concord of London
-, of Lyme
-, of Rotterdam
-, of Yarmouth
-, Constantinople Merchant
-, letter dated from
-, Constant Katherine
-, Warwick
-, captain of
-, Convertine (alias Conversion of St. Paul) (prize)
-, surgeon of
-, Cooke
-, Coppersmith (prize)
-, Coronation
-, Coventry
-, commander of
-, Crown
-, Malaga
-, Mary
-, Daniel
-, Daniel under the Lion's Paw
-, Dartmouth
-, captain of
-, David and Jonathan
-, Defiance
-, Delph
-, Deptford
-, Diamond
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, Diligence
-, Dolphin
-, Dover
-, letters dated from
-, Dragon
-, Drake
-, Dreadnought
-, Duke of York
-, Eagle
-, letters dated from
-, Eagle of London
-, Eaglet
-, Edgar
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, Edward and Eve
-, letter dated from
-, Elias
-, Elizabeth
-, frigate
-, of Havre
-, of Lyme
-, of Whitby
-, Employment
-, Emser, or Emsworth sloop
-, letters dated from
-, Endeavour
-, Enquiry
-, Erasmus (prize)
-, Ewe and Lamb of London
-, Exchange
-, Exon Merchant
-, Expedition
-, Experiment
-, Fairfax
-, Falcon
-, Falmouth
-, Fame (prize)
-, Fan-fan
-, Fannican, or Franakin (prize)
-, Flying Greyhound
-, Foresight
-, Fortune of Cork
-, of Dublin
-, of Dunkirk
-, of London
-, of Ostend
-, Fountain
-, of Dover
-, Four Brothers
-, Fox
-, Franakin, see Fannican.
-, Francis, or Little Francis
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, of Morlaix
-, Francis and John
-, Frederic
-, Freedom (prize)
-, French Ruby
-, Victory
-, letters dated from
-, Friend
-, Friend's Adventure
-, Friendship
-, Friesland
-, letter dated from
-, Gabriel, commander of
-, Garland
-, letters dated from
-, George
-, of London
-, of Plymouth
-, and Martha
-, Gertrude
-, Gift
-, Golden Axe prize
-, Falcon
-, Fleece
-, Fox
-, Hand
-, letters dated from
-, Hart
-, Lion
-, Phœnix (prize)
-, Pie
-, Good Hope
-, Intent of London
-, Great Charles
-, Gift
-, Green
-, Greenwich
-, letters dated from
-, Grey Horse
-, Greyhound
-, Griffin
-, Guelder de Ruyter
-, Guernsey
-, Guinea
-, Hamburg Merchant
-, Hampshire
-, captain of
-, Hannah
-, Hannibal
-, Happy Entrance
-, Hardereen
-, Hare
-, Harp
-, commanders of
-, crew of
-, letters dated from
-, Hart
-, Harwich
-, letter dated from
-, Hawk
-, Helverson
-, Henrietta
-, letter dated from
-, Henry
-, Hercules, alias Solomon (prize)
-, Hester
-, Hind
-, Hooker
-, Hope prize
-, of London
-, of Lubec
-, of Stralsund
-, Hopeful
-, Endeavour
-, Margaret
-, Trial
-, Hopewell (prize)
-, Horseman
-, House de Sweede, or of Sweden
-, Hunter of Berwick
-, of Wismar
-, Indian Merchant
-, Industry
-, Ingram
-, Isabella
-, Jacob of London
-, of Weymouth
-, Jager of Serdam
-, James (galliot)
-, of Dartmouth
-, of Dover
-, of London
-, of Southampton
-, of Weymouth
-, Jane
-, Jemmy
-, Jeremiah
-, Jersey
-, Johanna (prize)
-, John
-, of Bristol
-, of Dover
-, of Lee
-, of London
-, and Alexander
-, and Christian
-, and Elizabeth
-, captain and officers of
-, and Katherine
-, and Mary
-, and Peter
-, and Thomas
-, Jonathan
-, Joseph (prize)
-, of Rochelle
-, Judith
-, Katherine
-, court martial on board of
-, letters dated from
-, (hoy)
-, of London
-, Kent
-, letters dated from
-, King David
-, Kingfisher
-, Kitchen
-, Lady
-, Lainseroone prize
-, Land of Promise prize
-, Landsoort (prize)
-, Leicester, or Leister
-, Lenox
-, Leopard
-, letters dated from
-, Levant Merchant
-, Lily
-, of London
-, Rose
-, Lion
-, letter dated from
-, of Youghall
-, Little Britain
-, Fanfan
-, Francis, see Francis.
-, Gift
-, captain of
-, Little Gift, letters dated from
-, Son
-, Victory
-, Lizard
-, London
-, Love
-, Lowndune
-, Loyal George
-, London
-, Merchant
-, captain, &c., of
-, Lucy
-, Mackler, or Macklier
-, Malaga
-, Margaret of Lyme
-, of Stockholm
-, of Topsham
-, Marmaduke
-, Martin
-, paper dated from
-, Mary
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, fireship
-, (prize)
-, yacht
-, letters dated from
-, of Bristol
-, of Guernsey
-, of London
-, of Lyme
-, of Newcastle
-, of Ostend
-, and Elizabeth
-, and Jane
-, Rose
-, commander of
-, letters dated from
-, of Guernsey
-, Marygold
-, Matthew
-, Matthias
-, Maudlin
-, Maybolt
-, letters dated from
-, Mayflower
-, Merlin
-, letters dated from
-, Mermaid
-, letter dated from
-, Milford
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, Milkmaid
-, letters dated from
-, Monk, or Monck
-, Monmouth
-, court martial on
-, letters dated from
-, Montague
-, commander of
-, Newcastle
-, captain of
-, New Martin
-, Nightingale
-, Nonsuch
-, Norway Merchant
-, Old James
-, Olive
-, Branch
-, Orange
-, captain of
-, letter dated from
-, Orange-tree
-, Ostridge
-, Oxford
-, Palm Tree
-, Panther
-, Paradox
-, Peace prize
-, Peacock
-, Pearl
-, of Dartmouth
-, Pelican
-, Peter of Lynn
-, Subarran
-, Philip
-, Phœnix
-, Plymouth
-, commander of
-, Portland
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, Portsmouth
-, commander of
-, Posthorse
-, Prince
-, of Denmark
-, Royal
-, William
-, Princess
-, captain of
-, letter dated from
-, Priscilla
-, Prosperous
-, of Newcastle
-, Providence
-, of Falmouth
-, of London
-, of Lyme
-, Prudent Mary
-, Queen Hester
-, Red Lion
-, Reserve
-, company of, petition of
-, letters dated from
-, Resolution
-, letter dated from
-, Return
-, Revenge
-, letters dated from
-, Richard
-, and Mary
-, Richmond
-, letters dated from
-, Roebuck
-, captain of
-, letters dated from
-, Roe Kitchen
-, commander of
-, letter dated from
-, Rose
-, Rotterdam
-, Royal Charles
-, letter dated from
-, Royal Exchange, commander of
-, of London
-, James
-, Katherine
-, letters dated from
-, Oak
-, Sovereign
-, commander of
-, letters dated from
-, Ruby
-, captain of
-, letter dated from
-, Rumerokerke
-, Rupert
-, Ruyter, see Sea Rider.
-, Sacrifice of Abraham
-, St. Andrew
-, St. Ann
-, St. Antonio
-, St. David
-, commander of
-, letters dated from
-, St. Francis
-, St. George
-, St. Ignatius
-, St. Jacob
-, of London
-, St. James of London
-, St. John of Dover
-, of Hamburg
-, of London
-, of Ostend
-, of Weymouth (?)
-, Baptist
-, of Hamburg
-, Evangelist of Rochelle
-, of Amsterdam
-, St. Joseph and Anthony
-, St. Luas (?)
-, St. Mary prize
-, of Amsterdam
-, of Ostend
-, of St. Jean de Luz
-, St. Nicholas
-, St. Patrick
-, St. Peter
-, letter dated from
-, (prize)
-, of Dartmouth
-, of Lynn
-, of Rotterdam
-, St. Sebastian prize
-, St. Stephen
-, Samuel of Barnstaple
-, of Lyme
-, Sancta Maria
-, Sangue di Cristo
-, Sapphire
-, Sarah and Jane
-, Sea Flower
-, Sea Rider, Sea Ruyter, or De Ruyter (prize)
-, Seven Oaks
-, Slothany
-, Smyrna
-, Society
-, of Bristol
-, Solomon, see Hercules.
-, Sorlings
-, commander of
-, Sovereign, see Royal Sovereign.
-, Speedwell
-, Spy
-, Stadthaus of Haarlem (prize)
-, letters dated from
-, Star of Rouen
-, Success
-, Sun
-, Susan
-, Swallow
-, letter dated from
-, seamen of, petition of
-, (ketch)
-, of London
-, Swan
-, of Hamburg
-, of Topsham
-, Sweepstakes
-, letter dated from
-, Swiftsure
-, Talent
-, Tangiers Merchant
-, Teneriffe Merchant
-, Thomas of Bristol
-, of London
-, and Benjamin
-, and Edward
-, and Katherine
-, and Mary
-, and Sarah
-, Tiger
-, Truelove
-, Turkey Merchant
-, Turtle (prize)
-, Two Batchelors
-, Pilgrims
-, Sisters
-, Utrecht
-, Van Burden
-, Vanguard
-, Veennyburgh, or Venningburg (prize)
-, Victory (prize)
-, letters dated from
-, (fireship)
-, Virgin (fireship)
-, commander of
-, of Falmouth
-, of London
-, Virginia
-, Warspite
-, Warwick, see Constant Warwick.
-, Welcome of London
-, Wevenhoe, letter dated from
-, White Fortune
-, Wildboar (prize)
-, William
-, of Boston
-, of London
-, of Tresseres
-, and Ann
-, and Elizabeth
-, and Margaret
-, and Mary
-, and Thomas
-, Windsor
-, Wood Merchant
-, Wren
-, captain of
-, letter dated from
-, Yarmouth
-, York
-, Young Hovelin
-, Zealand, or Zetland (prize)
-, Zebulon
-, Zetland, see Zealand.
-, Zipher of Horne (prize)

Shipton, John, letter of

Shirlock, Rich.

Shish, Jonas
-, certificate by
-, letters of

Shoreham, Sussex, timber at
-, River, timber on

Short, Thos.
-, petition of
-, relations of

Shorter, John
-, account by

Shorthand, notes in

Showell, Mr.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot.

Shrewsbury, posts to and from

Shropshire, residents in

Shunwell, Ant., petition of, referred to

Sicilians at the Council of Constance

Sienna, Council of

Signet Books
-, memoranda, &c., from

Signet Office
-, caveat in
-, letters from, alluded to

Silk

Silver, Capt.

Silvester, Edw.
-, letters of

Simmons,—

Simonds, Thos., prisoner
-, petition of
-, children of
-, Capt., Woolwich

Simons, Jas., receipt by
-, Thos., contractor

Simony

Simpson, Pat.
-, Sarah, letter of

Sinclair, George, Earl of Caithness

Singleton, John, petition of

Sinnott, Wm., letter of

Sittingbourne, Kent, post from
-, postmaster of

Skellings, hoy of

Skelton, Beville
-, Henry
-, Anne, daughter of
-, John
-, Sir John, Deputy-Governor of Plymouth
-, letters of
-, son of
-, Capt. or Lieut.-Col. Wm.
-, Mr.

Skinner, Albertus, deposition by
-, Daniel
-, petition of
-, Ephraim
-, Dr. Rob., Bishop of Worcester
-, Thos.

Skipwith, Ralph
-, daughter of, petition of
-, grandfather of, see Merry Sir Thos.

Skutt, Jas., receipt by

Slaughter, Eliz.
-, petition of
-, Mr.
-, alias Gilpin, alias Rumley, Sarah, wife of

Slaves, see also Negroes, and Algiers, slaves in.

Slingsby, Sir Arthur
-, F., statement by
-, Henry, Master Worker of the Mint
-, Col. Walter
-, letters of

Sliter, Rob.

Slugar, Gregory

Smalbridge, Thos.

Smart, Ben.

Smith, Ant.
-, Denis, deposition by
-, George
-, Henry
-, Jas.
-, Sir Jas.
-, Sir Jeremy, Vice-Admiral of the Blue
-, certificate by
-, letters of
-, John, of Margate, letters of
-, John, merchant
-, John, shipwright
-, Ralph
-, deposition by
-, Rob., of London, letters of
-, Rob., of Portsea, information by
-, Thos.
-, Dr. Thos.
-, letters, &c., of
-, Sir Wm.
-, Alderman, of London
-, Mr., of Stroud
-, Mrs. (née Benyon)

Smoake, Rob., examination of

Smyrna
-, Avania at
-, Cancellaria or Chancery at
-, chancellors at
-, consul at, see Ricaut, Paul.
-, late, see Cave, W., and Mowse, Rich.
-, dragomen at
-, duties or customs at
-, ships to or from, or Smyrna fleet
-, traveller to
-, treasurers at

Smyth, George, serjeant-at-arms

Snell, John
-, letter of

Snowe, Ralph, Archbishop of Canterbury's treasurer
-, letter of

Snowshill, co. Gloucester, resident at

Soldiers, and casual notices of, passim; see also Army.
-, at Berwick
-, at Bombay
-, at Lisbon
-, clothing, &c., for
-, disbanded
-, employed at sea
-, forbidden to enter foreign service
-, for ships
-, guarding impressed seamen
-, in France
-, lists of
-, mutiny suppressed by
-, petitions of
-, quarrels of
-, Roman Catholic, see Army, Guards, Roman Catholic.

Solicitor-General, see Finch, Sir H.

Sole, see Southwold.

Somerset, Henry, first Marquis of Worcester, heirs of
-, Edward, second Marquis of Worcester
-, Margaret, widow of
-, Henry, third Marquis of Worcester
-, petition of
-, wife of
-, sons of
-, ancestor of, William, Lord Herbert

Somerset Herald, see St. George, Sir Thos.

Somersetshire
-, assizes for
-, J.P.s for
-, money from
-, Parliamentary Committee for
-, places in
-, resident in
-, sheriff of
-, deputy of

Sothern, Jas.

South, the, ships to or from

Southampton, Earl of, see Wriothesley.

Southampton, or Hampton, Hants
-, mayor of
-, posts to and from
-, postmaster of
-, residents in
-, ships of
-, stores to or from
-, travellers to or from

South Foreland, Kent, ship at

South Sea, the

Southsea Castle, Hants
-, prisoners at

Southwark, borough of
-, Horsley Down in, see Horsley Down.
-, Marshalsea prison in, keeper and clerk of
-, prisoners in
-, Mint in
-, residents at
-, St. Olave's parish in
-, rectory of

Southwell, Sir Robert, Envoy to Portugal
-, letter of

Southwick, Hants, traveller to

Southwold, or Sole, Suffolk, ship from
-, fishermen of

Southwood, Hen., letter of

Spain, Ferdinand, King of
-, Philip II., King of
-, Philip III., King of
-, Charles II., King of, or the Catholic King
-, agent of
-, illegitimate brother of, see Austria, Don John of.

Spain
-, ambassador of
-, family of
-, ambassadors to see also Montague, Edward, Earl of Sandwich.
-, employment in
-, in connection with France, see France.
-, peace of, with England
-, peace of, with Portugal
-, ships to or from
-, subjects of
-, travellers to or from

Spaniards, or Spanish, the

Spanish ambassadors, see Spain, ambassadors of.
-, anchor
-, Brazil fleet
-, colours, ships carrying
-, commissions, ships professing to have
-, delays
-, designs on England
-, Dons
-, fleet
-, men-of-war
-, Netherlands, see Netherlands.
-, papers
-, Plate fleet
-, seamen
-, ships, or Spaniards
-, soldiers
-, wine, see Wines.

Spann, or Span, Owen

Sparke, or Sparks, Hen.
-, Rob., information by

Speaker, the, see Turner, Sir Edw.

Speereing, John, petition of

Speght, Eliz.
-, Peter, son of, petition of

Spence, Abr., M.A.
-, petitions of

Spencer, Robert, Earl of Sunderland

Spencer, Lieut.-Col.

Spier, John, petition of

Spithead, Hants
-, letters dated from
-, ships at
-, ships to or from

Spitts, Thames, buoy of

Spragg, Sir Edw.
-, certificate by
-, clerk of
-, letters of
-, letter to
-, ships commanded by
-, Fras., letter of

Spruson, John

Squibb, Art.
-, Edm.
-, Lawrence
-, Justice

Stacey, John

Stafford, Walter

Staffordshire, place in
-, residents in
-, traveller in

Stalker, Thos., letters of

Stallion, Rob.

Stamford [co. Lincoln ?], packet to

Standon, co. Stafford, letter dated from

Standsfield, Jas.
-, letter of

Stanfart, Jas., petition of

Stanhope, Philip, second Earl of Chesterfield
-, Katherine, Countess of Chesterfield
-, petition of
-, late husband of, see O'Neale, Dan.

Stanhope, co. Durham, rectory of

Stanley, Charles, Earl of Derby
-, Charlotte, Countess Dowager of Derby (the late)

Stanniers, or Stanyers, Col. Hen.

Stanny, or Stanney, Mr.
-, servant of

Stannye, Col.

Stanthwait, Capt.

Stanwix, Cumberland, minister of

Stanyers, Col. Hen., see Stanniers.

Star Chamber, Inner, meetings in

Startforth, co. York

State, the
-, Paper Office, see Paper Office.
-, Secretaries of, see Secretaries.

Stationers
-, Company, see London, Companies of.

Statutes of the Realm, papers printed in

Steele, Capt. John, Dover

Stephens, Ant.

Stepney, Justina, see Vandike.

Stepney, Middlesex, manor of

Sterne, Dr. Richard, Archbishop of York

Stevens, Ald. Thos., Bristol
-, Capt.
-, —, receiver

Steventon, St. John, clerk of the cheque at Portsmouth
-, accounts by
-, letters of

Stewart, Sir James, Lord Provost of Edinburgh
-, Rob.
-, Mr.

Stillingfleet, Edw., letter of

Stocker, Andrew

Stockholm, Sweden, English envoy at
-, ships of, to, or from

Stockport, Caleb, M.A., petition of

Stocks, men put in the

Stockwith, co. Notts, letters dated from
-, ships to and from
-, timber from
-, wharf at

Stoddart, or Studdart, —, minister

Stoke Damarell, Devon, rectory of

Stollard, Capt. Thos., letters of

Stonefield, Oxon, manor of

Stonehouse, Cressett, estate of

Stonehouse, Plymouth, letter addressed to
-, resident at

Stony Stratford, letters dated from

Strachan, George, and Co.
-, Capt. John, (?).
-, letter, &c., of
-, cousin of

Stradling, Sir Edw., letter of

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth.

Straglan (? Strachan), Capt. John

Straits, the, fleet or ships bound for
-, ships from
-, ships in or near

Stralsund, Germany, ship of

Strange, Nathaniel
-, Ralph

Strasburg, Bishop of

Streater, John, petition of

Streaton, Thos.

Street, Thos., Mayor of Worcester, certificate by
-, Thos., Welsh judge

Strickland, Sir Thos.
-, Robert, his cousin

Strode, Sir George
-, Col. John, Deputy-Governor of Dover Castle
-, certificate by
-, Capt., brother of
-, Sir Nicholas

Stroud, co. Gloucester, letter dated from
-, residents at

Strowde, John

Stuart, Charles, Duke of Richmond and Lenox
-, as Lieut.-General of Kent
-, letters of
-, letter to
-, yacht of
-, Frances, wife of

Studdart, Mr., see Stoddart.

Studley, Jas., letter of

Stukeley, Sir Thos.
-, Mr.

Sturminster, Dorset, road to

Subsidies, see also Taxes.

Suckley, Edw., petition of
-, wife and sons of

Suckley, co. Worcester, rectory and chapel of

Sudbury, John, Dean of Durham

Suffolk, Duke of [temp. Henry VI.], De la Pole, William

Suffolk, Rich., letters of

Suffolk
-, assizes in
-, commissioners for
-, conventicles in
-, excise in
-, places in
-, rectories in
-, residents in
-, sheriff of

Sugar, sale of
-, ships laden with

Suicide, cases of

Summers, Abra., petition of

Sumner, John, messenger
-, Mr.

Sunderland, Earl of, see Spencer.

Sunderland, co. Durham
-, letter dated from
-, ships at or near
-, ships to or from
-, traveller to

Supernatural occurrences

Supremacy, oath of

Surgeon-general

Surgeons, see also Ships, surgeons of.
-, Company, see London, Companies of, Barber Surgeons.

Surinam, South America, cession or reduction of
-, estate at
-, ships at, to, or from
-, the English at

Surrey, Earls of, see Howard.

Surrey, assizes of
-, excise in
-, commissioner for
-, gaol, prisoners in
-, justices of
-, places in
-, residents in
-, sheriff of

Surveyor-General, see Harbord, Sir Chas.

Sussex, Earls of
-, Earl of [temp. Edward VI.], Henry Ratcliffe

Sussex, collector in
-, sheriff of
-, vicarages, &c., in

Sutherland, Earl of, see Gordon, George.

Sutton, Sir Edw.

Sutton (? Surrey), manor of
-, Yorks, manor of

Sutton's Hospital, see Charterhouse.

Swaddell, John, Secretary to Williamson
-, letters of

Swain, Capt.

Swale, Sir Salomon
-, petition of
-, daughter of

Swan, Jack
-, Rob., petition of
-, or Swann, Sir Wm.

Swanley, J., certificate by

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, letters dated from
-, ships of or at

Swars, Vice-Admiral of Holland, see Van Swaers.

Sweden, King of, Gustavus Adolphus
-, Charles XI.

Sweden
-, ambassadors from
-, in connection with other countries
-, shipmasters of, petition of
-, ships of, or Swedes
-, travellers to or from

Swedes, the

Swedish iron

Sweit, Sir Giles

Swinnock, or Swinock, Sam.

Swinton, Lord
-, Mr.

Swiss, the
-, soldiers

Switzerland, Cantons of

Sybrants, John

Sydenham, Capt. Hen.

Sydney, Col. Rob.
-, letter of
-, regiment of
-, Rob. and Eliz.
-, Capt.

Symons, Wm., letters of