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General Index: D, E, F, G

Pages 580-597

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1691-2. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.

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D.E.F.G.

D.

Dabin, Walter

Dagenham, (co. Essex)

Dagger, Diana

Dahell, Morris

Dahlstrome, Peter

Daillon, Charles

Dale, Thomas

D'Alegre, Mr.

Daley, Dennys
-, (see Daly).

Dallison, Katherine

Dallon, William

Dallons, Alexander

Dalmanoy, Laird of

Dalrymple, John

Dalton, Richard

D'Alvenslebe, Frederick William

Daly, Mr.
-, (see Daley).

Dalyell, Frances
-, Thomas

Dalzel, Thomas

Dalzell, Major John

D'Amerongen, Mons.

Dampier, Capt.

Danby, Peregrine, Earl of
-, Lady

Danckaerts, Jean

Danckwarts, Lieut.

Dancourt, Paul

Danes, the

Daniel, John
-, Sir Peter

Daniels (Dantielsz), Hendrina
-, John

Danish Secretary, the
-, Ships
-, arrest of
-, Troop, the

Danon, David

Dantzic

Danube, the

Danveges, Ellenor
-, Johannes

Darache,

Darby, John
-, Nathaniel
-, Paul

D'Arce, John Perez

Darcey, Philip

Darcy, Catherine
-, Ellen
-, Nicholas

Darcourt, Mons.

Dardistown

Darell, Sir John
-, John

Darenne, Capt. Francis Despierre

Dark, Thomas

Darnell, John

Darnly, Lady Katherine

Darras, Maria Anne

Darrigrand,

Dartmouth
-, Customs at
-, letter dated at
-, Mayor of, letter to
-, passes to

Dartmouth, Lord

Darwent, Charles

Daulbone, Peter

Dauphiny

D'Autel, Count

Dauteville, Peter

Daveman, John Gerrit

Davenant, Dr.

Davenport, Sherrington

D'Averquerque, Seigneur

Davers, Capt.

Davey, Thomas

David, Gabriel
-, Isaac

Davids, John

Davidson, Capt.

Davies, Capt.
-, David
-, Edward
-, Lieut.-Colonel Henry
-, John
-, Capt. John
-, Thomas
-, Sir William

Davis, Jane
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Samuel

Davison, Capt.

Dawes, Griffin

Dawkins, Thomas

Day, Mary
-, Peter

Dayly, Dennis

D'Ayrolles, Mons.

Deacon, William

Deal
-, passes to

Deal Castle
-, Deputy Governor of, letter to
-, Governor of, letters to

Dean (Deane), Anne
-, Capt.
-, Thomas

Deanes, William

De Angulo, Don. Juan

De Anoz, Don Miguel

Dearey, Anne

Deaton, Ensign

De Augustin, Thomas

De Baiza, Jacob

Debar, (de Barr), John Nicholas

De Baumgartner (Baumgarten), Baron

De Belcastel, Daniel
-, Col. Peter

De Bellefond, Marshall

De Bernsdorff, Mons.

De Bismarck, Andrew Achats
-, Christopher George

De Blanzac, Capt. James

De Boodt, Cornelius

De Boufflers, Marquis (see Boufflers).

De Bourepos, Mons.

De Brancaccio, Mons.

De Breidback, Baron

Debresin, letters dated at

Debt, Act concerning prisoners for

Debts, Bill for the recovery of

De Cambon (see Du Cambon).

De Carbonnel, James

De Carteret, Francis, (see also under Carteret).

De Caseres, Abraham

De Castanaga. (See Castanaga, Marquis de.)

De Castro, Matthias

De Cene, Mons.

De Cerisi, John Richer

De Chimay, Prince

De Chivr de la Barre, Lewis

Decker, Capt., letters from

De Clermont, Jacques Frederick

De Clou,

De Clue, Peter

De Coning, John
-, Dina

De Craay, Anthony

De Crasto, David
-, Mosch

De Cubelos, Antonio

Dedeken, Henry

De Dickvelt, Mons.

De Diest, Mons.

Deer Park (co. Antrim)

De Fergusson, Henry

De Fleming, Baron

De Floo, Paul

De Foubert, Mons.
-, letter from

De France, Euphenia

De Frise, Baron

Degalniere, Pierre

D'Egalentiere, Mons.

De Gastenaga (see Castanaga, Marquis de).

De Geest, John

De Gens, Nicholas

De Genritz, Baron

De Ginckle. See Ginckle.

De Glasenapp, Lieut. Casper Otto

De Goedens, Baron

De Goulenne, Anne

De Grachall, Count

De Graeff, Nicholas

De Graffenriedt, Samuel

De Granville, Chevalier
-, L'Abb

De Grave, Johanna

De Gregory, Marquis

De Greik, Anthony

De Greve, Lambert

De Grosmenil, Mrs.

Deguilhem, John

De Guldenlieu, Count

Degums, Tobias

"De Hague," Cape
-, (see La Hogue).

Deharce, Peter

De Hattenville, James

De Hauteroche de St. Paul, Mons.

De Havilland, James

De Heyden, Baron

De Hoog, Zemant

De Hoorn, Metje

Deinze, letters dated at

Dejace, Moses
-, wife of
-, children of

De Jonge, Levi Leets

De Jongh, Capt. Jacob

De Joux, Mons.

De Jusgn, Vrigny

De Keyser, Francis

De Koln, Paul Nicholas

De la Bastide, Capt. Peter

De la Bene, Lieut.

De la Boulaye, Roland

De la Bussiere, Matthew

De la Combe, Ren

De la Cour, Philip

De la Croix, Mr.

De la Forest, Marquis

De la Fosse, Charles
-, Elizabeth
-, Lewis
-, Margaret

De la Foularesse (Fouteresse), Mons.

De la Gardie, Count

De Lagny, Mons.

De la Heuse, Elizabeth

De la Jaille, Isaac

De la Jonquiere, David Robert

De la Marie, Capt. Anthony

De la Mayn, Robert

De la Mare, Peter

Delamere, John
-, Lord
-, Major Walter

Delamere Forest

De la Melonniere, Brigadier
-, sister of
-, Isaac

De Lamounerie, John

De L'Amy, John

De Lang, Paul

De Lange, Johanna

Delany, Patrick

De la Place, John

De la Para, Rachel
-, Rica
-, Samuel

De la Porte, Nathaniel

De la Rasigade, Mons.

De la Re, Peter

De la Sonardiere, Mrs.

De Later, John

De la Touche, David

De la Tour, President
-, letter to

Delaval, Sir Ralph
-, letters to
-, Col. Thomas

De la Verriere, Lieut.

Delawarr, Charles, Lord
-, John, Lord

Delayer, Capt.

Del Ciamsi, John Baptista

De l'Epine, Peter

De Lerruz, Don Gaspar

De Lettre, John

Deligne, Daniel

De Lions, Catharina
-, Maria

De Lisle, Philip

De Lissac, Chevalier

De Livron, Abraham

Delms, John

De Lorge, Marshal

De Loye, Marshal

Delvaus

De Machainville, Armenaux

De Magnac, Madame

Deman, Christoph
-, John

Demasarett, Orandar

De Mass, Olimpe

De May, Lewis
-, Stephen

De Medina, Eli
-, Joseph
-, Rachel
-, Solomon

De Memenye, Peter

De Michel, Peter

De Milrie, Capt.
-, wife of

De Moncal, Capt. Mark Anthony

De Montbrun, Count

Demouville (Demonvile)

Dempster, Sir John

Denbigh, county of

Den Boer, A.

De Neuville, Mr.

Den Hoop, Jacomyntje

Denis, Peter

Denization, grant of

Denmark
-, crown of
-, envoy to
-, from
-, King of
-, secretary to
-, man of war of
-, passes to
-, Princess Anne of
-, Prince George of
-, marriage of
-, secretary of
-, ship belonging to
-, treaty with

De Ness, Barthol

Dennett, Richard

Dennis, Ensign James

De Nordwyck, Mons.

De Noyelles, Count

D'Enrichmont, Prince

Denys, Cornelius

De Pass (Depas), Christina
-, Moses

De Passey, Mons.
-, wife of

De Piper, John

De Pimentel, Don Juan, letter from

Depremont, John

Deprivation, sentence of

Deptford
-, Strand

De Quintana Maria

De Quiros, Don Francisco Bernardo

Derby
-, Mayor of
-, letter to

Derby, Earl of
-, Lady
-, (see also Stanley).

Derbyshire, high sheriff of

De Rechteren, Baron

Dereham, Dame Frances
-, Sir Richard
-, Sir Thomas

De Reppel, Baron

De Reus, William

Dering, Charles
-, Col. Daniel
-, Sir Edward
-, Unton

Der Kinderen, Francis

Dermot, Terence

De Rosenhan, George

Derry
-, bishopric of
-, repair of Churches in

Derry, Worath

De Rouvierc, John

De Rouvray, Mons
-, wife of

De Roy, Michiel

De Saurency, Evert de Meausse

De Saussure, John Francis

De Sayer, Major General, Count

Desborongh, Benjamin

Desborow, Matthew

Des Brissay, Capt.

De Schonenberg, Mons.

"Descent, the," on France passim, passim
-, on England

De Senegua, Lewis

Des Granges, Elie

Des Hayes, David

Desloire, Josue Adam
-, Mrs.

De Solms, Count (see Solms, Count de).

Despla, Laurens
-, Peter

Desprey, Ensign

Dessons, Peter

De Steinan, Baron

De Stephane, Isaac

D'Estree (D'Estre), Count

Des Tombe, Philip

De Storne, Count

De Suivy, Mons.

De Sunderbourg, Lieut.-Col.

De Swam, Aart

De Tavernia, Marquis

Detenon, Jacob

De Tettau, Mons.

De Theil, Major General

De Tilly, Count Cercleas
-, letter from

De Underlooke, Daniel

Deuport, Abraham

De Vaguieux, Samuel

De Valsasain, Count

De Vasconcellos, Francisca
-, Linza

De Vaux, Capt. Matthew

De Vedt, John

De Verdeuil, Mr.

De Vest, John

De Vie, Henry

De Vielle, Lewis

De Viettinghoff, Col. Otto
-, Lieut.-Col. Fromhold

De Villebon, John

De Villeroy, Duke

Devil's House, the
-, near Namur

De Vimcncy, Capt.

De Vivent, Peter

De Visch, Abraham

De Vitt, Johanna

Devonshire, William, Earl of
-, Lady
-, Mary, Countess of

Devonshire, Royal Mines in

De Vos, Petronella

De Voss, Jacob

De Vries, Jannetje
-, Laurence

De Vrigny, Mons.

De Vulaine, Benjamin
-, Judith

De Wailburg, Count

Dewchar, John

De Wee, John

De Wildeg, Mons.

De Wispelaere, Francis Gyles

De Wolframsdorff, John Frederick

Dewring, Margaret

Dewy, John
-, Josias

Deyens, Capt. James

Deynze
-, letter dated at

Deyos, Mr.

Deyrun, Asenzio

De Zelis, Don Lucas

De Zitters, Mons.

D'Haas, Chambarge

D'Herveart, Philibert

Dias, Emanuel
-, (junior)
-, Isaac Fernandez

Dichman, Lieut.

Dickenson, Mr.
-, Mrs.

Dickerson, Mr.

Dickinson, George
-, Mr.

Dickson, Mr.

Didier, Anthony

Dieckhoff, Lieut. Claus

Dieff, Bailly

Diel, Claudy

Dieppe

Dieringer, John Godfried

Diest, Mons.

Dieterick, Conrad

Dietrich, Christian

Dietsy, Peter

Digby, John
-, Lord

Dighton, Mr.

Di Livoens, Frau

Diikes, Capt.

Dilleben, Hans Andrew

Dillon, Lord
-, Major Arthur

Dinan
-, magazines at

Dinant

Dines, Mr.

Dingemans, John

Dirckse, (Dircks,) John
-, Johanna

Dircksen, Anne Mary
-, Dirck
-, Elizabeth
-, John
-, Mary

Disney, Anne
-, Elizabeth
-, William

Dissenters, Protestant
-, taxes levied upon

Ditten, John
-, son of

Divin, Jacob

Diving

Dixie, Edward

Dixmund
-, letters dated at

Dixon, James

Dixsy, William

Dixy, William

Dobbins, Major William

Dobson, Jane

Doctors Commons (see under London).

Docrem, Hubert

Dod, John

Dodd, John

Doddington
-, George
-, William

Dodsworth, Christopher

Doekes, Timothy

D'Offarell, Col. Francis Fergus

Doison, Henry

Dolben, Judge
-, Sir William

Dolgelly

Dollarstown

Dominick,

Doncaster, common clerk, and clerk of the statutes of
-, recorder and steward of

Donegal

Donn, Daniel

Donnclan, Mr.

Dopft, Col.
-, Mons.

Dorchester
-, Lady

Dore, Capt. Thomas

Dornant, Samuel

Dornay, pass from

Dorrell, John

Dorrington, Mr.
-, Francis
-, John

Dorset and Middlesex, Charles, Duke of

Doscher, Lieut.

Doudall, James
-, John

Douglas, Sir Robert
-, Lieut.-Gen.
-, Sir William, of Cavers
-, James, Marquis of
-, George

Douillac, James

Dourliac, Peter

Doux, Isabeau
-, Peter

Dove, Thomas

Dover
-, castle
-, letter dated at
-, mayor of, letter to
-, passes to
-, pier
-, roads

Dover, Capt.
-, Lord

D'Overkirk, Mons., letter from

Dowart, castle of

Dowgate (see under London).

Down (county of)

Downes, Morris
-, Theophilus
-, Robert
-, William

Downs, The
-, letter dated at

Draft Bill, for better relief of creditors

Drage, Mrs

Drago, David Franco

Drags, Joseph

Drake, William

Drankenbergh, Charles

Drayton, chapel of

Dreschenbergh, Capt. Erasmus

Dresden

Driemeyer, Luderwick

Driglington, free school at

Drogheda, Earl of

Dromore, co. Clare

Drongen, letter dated at

Drooghpot, John

Drumlanrig, James, Earl of

Drummond, James

Dubilly, Peter

Dublets, Capt.

Dublin
-, Archbishop of
-, city
-, Chichester House, in
-, committee of Protestants at
-, condition of
-, county of
-, Custom house at
-, fire in
-, hospital, charter of
-, James II's. departure from
-, lighthouse of
-, lighting streets of
-, Lord Mayor of
-, magazine wanted in
-, militia of
-, Ormond Quay at
-, Parliament House in, payment for fitting up, and repairing
-, passes for
-, physicians of
-, St. Bride's Church in
-, soldiers in, pay of
-, stable and guard house for the HorseGuards in
-, Stephen's Green in
-, treasury at
-, Trinity College at
-, distressed state of
-, Provost of

Dublin Bay

Dublin Castle
-, letters dated at

Du Bois, Louise

Dubourdieux (Du Bordieu), Mons.

Du Bourg, Simon

Du Buisson, Paul

Du Cambon, Col. Francis

Ducatell, John

Duchay, Isaac

Duchy of Lancaster, (see Lancaster, Duchy of).

Duckenfield, Loftus
-, Sir Robert

Duclew, Peter

Du Cros, John
-, Stephen

Dudley, Sir Matthew
-, Thomas

Duerman, John

Duffelen, Major

D'Uffen, Major Bacon

Duff, William
-, Nicholas

Du Four, Abraham

Du Haure, Dubocage

Duijm, Huijbert

Du Jardin, John

Duleek, Baron of
-, (see Bellew, Lord).

Dulivier, Peter

Dullers, Hendrius Lucretia

Du Maine, Duke

Dumaresque, George

Dumbarton, castle of
-, Earl of

D'Umfreville, Marquis

Dumfries

Dumont, John
-, Mary

Dumontier, James

Du Morant, Count

Dumouchel, Catharine
-, Frances

Du Moulin, Pierre

Dunbar

Dunbar, Alexander

Dunblane, commissariat of

Duncan, James

Duncannon, Fort of

Duncomb, Charles

Duncombe, William
-, Mr.

Dundalk

Dundas, John
-, Robert

Dundee

Dundonald, Earl of

Dunfermline

Dungeness
-, lighthouse at

Dunkirk
-, letters dated at
-, projected attack upon
-, siege of

Dunlavan, colony of English Protestants planted at

Dunlaoar (Dunleer), market at

Dunmore, Earl of
-, Lady

Dunn, Dr.

Dunstaffnage

Dunte, Malchior

Dunwell, Ebenezer

Dunwich (co. Suffolk), alderman of

Du Paquier, Abraham

Du Perrow, James

Duplat, Reta
-, wife of

Duplessis, Lewis

Dupon, Jonathan
-, Peter, and his wife

Dupont, Mons.

Duport, Stphen

Duppa, Sir Thomas

Du Pr, Maximilian

Du Pri, Jacob

Du Quesne, the Sieur

Duran, Peter

Durand, James
-, wife of

Durfey, Michael

Durham, deanery of

Durieux, John

Du Rivage, Capt.

Durlac, Franciscus

Du Rosoy, Major

Dursley, Lord

Durston, William

Du Sentier, Peter

Dutch, the
-, Fleet, the, passim
-, documents relating to
-, men of war
-, (see also under Holland.)

Du Teil

Dutton Colt, (see Colt).

Dutry, Isaac

Du Tuil, Peter

Duval, Josias

Du Vivier, Anthony

D'Vernet, Peter

Dwyre, John

Dyckvelt (Dickvelt), Mons. de

Dye, Lewis

Dyer,

Dyffryn Cloyd (Driffin Cloyd)

Dysvelt, James

Dyve, John

E.

Eaden, Thomas

Earle (Erle), Colonel

Earl Marshal, the

Ears, Anna

Earthquakes

Eastcoat, William

East Country, the

East India Company, the
-, bill for
-, charter of
-, governor of, letter to

East Indies, the

East Meath, county of

Eastrop, rector of

Eaton, Elizabeth
-, Joseph

Ebeling, Nicholas

Eberburg

Ebernburg, castle of

Ecclesiastical officers, excessive fees taken by

Ecchlin, Henry

Echlin, Robert
-, Col. Robert

Eckhart, John Andrew
-, widow of

Ecotiere, Francis
-, Mary

Eddystone lighthouse, the
-, erection of

Eden, Col. Thomas

Edgate, Henry

Edgeworth, Catherine
-, Lieut.-Col. Francis
-, Capt. Henry
-, Sir John
-, Robert

Edinburgh
-, commissaries of
-, general assembly at
-, letters dated at
-, passes to

Edinburgh Castle

Edisbury, Dr. Joshua

Edmonds, Anne

Edmonton

Edmunds, Elizabeth

Edward VI., grant by

Edwards, Gilbert
-, Lieut.-Col. Francis
-, Capt. John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Edzard, Mr.

Eglinton, Alexander, Earl of

Eland, William, Lord

Elbers, John

Eldein, John

Elder, David

Eldred, Alice

Elector, the
-, of Hanover, George Louis, letter from
-, Palatine, the

Elers, John

Eles, Anthony

Elgin in Moray

Elizabeth, Queen
-, charter granted by

Ellenberger, Capt. William

Ellern, Egidius

Ellery, Richard

Elliot, Edmund
-, Mr.
-, Capt.
-, Major Roger

Ellis, John, letter from
-, Richard

Elliston, Matthew

Ello, John

Elphin, bishopric of
-, diocese of

Elphinston, James

Elphinstone, John, Lord

Elsinore

Elsner, Joachim

Elssenville

Elwes, Sir John

Ely, See of
-, Cathedral
-, dean and prebendaries of, letter from
-, Simon, bishop of
-, letter to

Ely, Elizabeth

Emanuels, Areut
-, Salomon

Emett, Mr.

Emits, Catherine

Emperor, the
-, court of
-, the health of
-, Irish soldiers in the service of
-, secretary of
-, territory of

Ems, letter dated at

Ems, Capt. Fleetwood

End, the river

Enghien or Steinkirk, battle of
-, list of killed and wounded at

England
-, bishoprics in
-, Church of, (see Church of England).
-, coast of, French privateers on
-, French descent upon
-, prisoners in
-, great seal of
-, Lord High Admiral of
-, merchant adventurers of

England, John

Englefield, Anthony
-, Henry

English, Mr.

Enketty, James

Ennis, John

Enniskillen
-, (see Inniskillin).

Entwistle, Bartice (sic)

Episcopalians, the

Epping Forest

Erichen, Michael

Erlisman, Consul

Ernauld, Mons. Estienne

Ernst, Frederick

Errington,
-, Edward

Errol, John, Earl of
-, Countess Dowager of

Error. See writs of Error.

Erskin, Major

Erskine, Sir Alexander
-, Capt. John
-, Col.

Esmond, Count
-, Sir Lawrence

Essex, Earl of
-, high sheriff of
-, justices of the peace for

Estcourt, Sir Thomas

Esteivis, John

Ester, John

Esteves, Jeuda Carmy.

Eton College

Etsese, Marck

Eugene, Prince

Europe

Eustace, Alexander
-, Sir John
-, Sir Maurice
-, Thomas

Evans (Evance), Edward
-, Justice
-, Michael
-, Sir Stephen
-, Timothy

Evard, Peter

Evelyn, John
-, illness of
-, Mr.

Evens, Anna

Everard, Edward

Everington, Joseph

Everish, Elizabeth

Evertse, John

Evertson (Evertsen), Admiral
-, letter from
-, letter to
-, Captain Isaac

Exchange of prisoners
-, commissioners for the
-, letter to

Exchequer, auditor of the
-, barons of
-, chancellor of the
-, court of
-, empoverished state of the
-, Lord chief baron of
-, treasurer of the
-, under-treasurer of the

Exchequer Chamber, the

Excise, comptroller of
-, officers of the
-, revenues from
-, state of the

Excixa, Abraham

Exeel, Anthony

Exeter
-, archdeacon of
-, bishop of
-, chancellor of
-, city gaol, the
-, diocese of
-, loyalty of
-, mayor of
-, registrar of

Explanation, Act of

Eyerer, Michael

Eyffland, Margrieta

Eylander, Peter

Eyre, Gervase
-, Henry
-, Justice
-, Samuel

Eyton, Col.
-, Philip
-, Theophilus

Ezzard, Mons.

F.

Fabry, John

Fache, James

Faculties, Clerk of the

Fagan, Christopher
-, Ellen
-, Mr.
-, Richard

Fagen, Richard

Fahault, David

Fahrenerson, Hans Jocum

Fairbeard, Robert

Fairbrother, John

Falaise, Thomas

Falconer, Mrs.

Falkland, Anthony Viscount

Fallen, Edward

Fallowfield, Jane

Falmouth
-, collector of Customs at
-, letter dated at
-, master of the packet boat at
-, packet boats at
-, passes for

False news, spreading of

Fane, Sir Henry

Fanning, Robert

Fansham, Isaac

Fanshaw, Lord
-, Mary
-, Mr.
-, William

Fara, Andrew

Farlo, Capt.

Farmer, Capt. Nehemiah
-, Sir William

Farnworth, John

Farrar, Thomas

Farrel, John

Farrell, Charles
-, Francis

Farrer, James

Farrow, Robert

Farry, Baptiste

Fashaw, George Treswell

Fassecke, Jacob

Fast, appointment of
-, proclamation for

Faussett, William

Fauore

Faust, John Michel

Favaue, Cecile

Faversham, Earl of, letters from

Favour, Nicholas

Fawle, Thomas

Febos, John Gomes

Feguers, Antonio

Feild, Major

Feilding, Basil, letter to

Felbier, Emmanuel

Fellinger, Leonardo

Fells, Joseph

Feltrim (Ireland)

Felton, Christian
-, Elizabeth
-, Fennegan
-, John
-, Thomas

Fen, Anne
-, Eleanor

Fenley, Anthony

Fenn (Bucks), vicar of

Fennely, John

Fenouillet, Alexander

Fenwick, Sir John
-, Ralph
-, Mrs.

Ferdinandus, Barent

Fergusson, John
-, Major
-, Mr.

Fermanagh, county of

Fermi, Angelo

Ferne, Moses

Fernes, Owen

Fernley, Thomas

Ferns, bishop of
-, bishopric of

Ferra, Andrew

Ferrell, Capt. Matthew

Ferrers, Thomas

Fetherstonhaugh, Capt. John

Fetter, Godfried Michael

Feversham, Earl of

Feyell,

Ficket, Abel

Field, Daniel

Fielding (Feilding), Mr.
-, letter to
-, Sir Charles
-, Israel
-, Robert

Fife, chamberlaincy of
-, county of

Finance, Lord Godolphin reports on the state of
-, letters concerning
-, state of

Fince, Simon

Finch, Eleanor
-, Frances
-, Hewet

Findanque, Moses

Findlay, Mr.

Fingall, Luke, Earl of
-, Margaret, Countess of
-, Peter, Earl of

Finlarig

Finnis, Joseph

Firebrace, Sir Basil

Fireworks and fireworkers for the navy
-, controller of the

Firimont, Count

Firmyn, Thomas

Fisher, Gerhard Dietrich
-, Jonathan
-, Richard
-, Capt. Robert

Fishing, French interference with

Fishwick, William

Fitzgerald, Andrew
-, Capt.
-, Dean
-, Elizabeth
-, Maurice
-, Richard

Fitzharding, John, Viscount
-, Lady

Fitz Harris, Anne (Mrs.)
-, Sir Edward
-, Major Myles

Fitz Jeffery, William

Fitzmorris, Capt.

FitzPatrick, Capt.
-, Col. Edward
-, John
-, Richard

Fives, game of, (see Inventions).

Flag, the British, orders as to saluting

Flags, directions as to

Flanders (passim)
-, army in
-, artillery in
-, Danes sent to
-, governor of
-, King's journey to
-, magazines in
-, map of
-, passes to
-, passengers from
-, recruits for
-, recruiting in
-, Spanish garrison in
-, troops in

Flax, growth of, in England

Fleche, Major Conrad

Fleet, the
-, broken guns from
-, difficulty of providing seamen for
-, documents relating to
-, movements of
-, new ships for
-, pressing for, (see also under Pressing).
-, volunteers for
-, watermen serving with
-, (see also Navy).

Fleet, Sir John

Fleet Prison, warden of the

Flemming (Fleming), Charles
-, Henry
-, Sir John (Marshal, Field Marshal, and General)
-, letters from

Flensburg

Fletcher, Col. Benjamin
-, Capt. George
-, John
-, Major
-, Samuel

Fleureau, Mary

Flight, Joseph

Flintshire, high sheriff of

Floras, Simon

Florence

Floyer, Mr., letter to
-, Peter

Flushing

Foley, Thomas
-, wife of

Folkestone

Folleville, Capt.

Fontanier, John

Forbes, Dr. Arthur
-, Jane
-, Frances
-, Major John
-, Lord
-, Thomas
-, William, master of

Forbestown

Force, Francis

Ford, Edward
-, George
-, Sir Henry
-, Philip
-, Robert

Foreigners, church preferment for, in the Church of England

Foreland, the
-, North, the
-, South, the

Foreman, John

Forfar, Archibald, Earl of

Forrester, Anthony
-, Sir Andrew
-, Francis
-, Sarah

Forster, Sir William

Forth, Lady Anne

Fortin, James

Fortrie, John

Fortune, Edward

Fort William
-, garrison at
-, governor of
-, (see also under Inverlochy).

Foss, William

Foster, Sir Andrew
-, Anthony
-, John

Fotherby, Thomas

Foubert, Capt. Henry
-, Henry

Fouleresse, Mons.
-, (see La Fouleresse).

Foulke (Foulkes), Elizabeth
-, Francis
-, Garret
-, Colonel John passim
-, letters to
-, Roger

Founds, William

Founrain, James

Fountaine, Peter

Fountainhall

Fourmont, Claud

Fowey

Fowke, John, (see also Foulke).

Fowle, Thomas

Fowler, John
-, Mathias
-, Capt. Richard
-, Lieut. Col., Richard

Fowls, Flower

Fox, Andrew
-, Capt.
-, Sir Charles
-, Sir Henry
-, Lieut. Col.
-, Major
-, Mr.
-, Sir Stephen

Foxton, Lieut.-Col., Samuel

Foxwell, Adam

Foy, Dr. Nathaniel

France, (passim) passim passim passim, passim
-, alliance of, with Turkey
-, ancient limits of
-, army of
-, church of
-, clergy of
-, coast of
-, contraband goods for
-, correspondence with
-, Danish consul in
-, Dauphin of
-, descent upon, preparations for
-, descent of, upon England
-, escape from
-, exchange of prisoners with, (see also under Prisoners, Commissioners for the Exchange of).
-, goods of
-, illicit trade with
-, ill-treatment of English prisoners in
-, intended attack on Ireland by
-, Irish regiments in
-, Irish troops sent to
-, Irish in
-, King of
-, licences to return from
-, men-of-war of
-, military and naval preparations in
-, naval preparations in
-, pack of hounds sent to
-, passengers from, illegal transit of
-, passengers to
-, passes from
-, passes to
-, persons from
-, policy of, (passim).
-, preparations for war in
-, prisoners from
-, products from
-, proposed alliance against
-, Protestants from
-, ships bound for
-, suspected persons from
-, trade with
-, war with
-, (see also under French, the).

France, Moses

Francen, John

Francham, (co. Chester)

Francia,
-, Anthony
-, Dominick
-, Elizabeth

Francis (Frances), James
-, John
-, William

Francisco, Antonio

Franckland, Thomas, letter to
-, Mr.
-, (see Frankland).

Franconia

Frank, John

Frankfort

Frankland, (Franklan), Mr., letter to
-, (see Franckland).

Franklin, Capt. Hen.
-, Samuel
-, Thomas

Franklyn, Sir Richard

Franks, Capt.
-, Father

Frans (Franse), Nicholas

Fransen, Sywart

Fraser, Mr.

Frauds and perjuries, Act concerning

Frazer, Augustin

Frecheville, Lady

Freckleton, Mr.

Frederic, George
-, wife of

Fredericks, John

Frederickse, Andries

Fredericksen, Capt. Peter

Freechman, Catherine

Freeman, John
-, Ralph
-, William

French, Francis
-, John

French, the
-, Admiral, the
-, army, the
-, Church, minister of the
-, fleet, the
-, defeated at La Hogue (passim)
-, movements of
-, sea fight with, in
-, vice-admiral of
-, Huguenots
-, merchantmen, fleet of
-, ministers, Protestant
-, prisoners
-, exchange of
-, privateers carry the correspondence between England and France
-, Protestants
-, passes for, to go to New England
-, their establishment in Ireland
-, service
-, spies
-, wines
-, (see also under France).

Frere, Daniel
-, Henry
-, Sylvester

Frese, John

Friend, William

Frise, Count de

Fritch,

Frith, James
-, Richard

Frois, Abraham
-, Moses

Fromanteel, Abraham

Fronville

Frott, Peter

Froud, Capt.

Froumis, Daniel

Fry, George
-, (see Frye).

Fryberg, Baron de

Frye, Charles
-, (see Fry).

Fuch, John

Fulham, ferry at

Fuller, , prosecution of
-, William

Fullerton, Mr.

Furnes

Furness, Sir Henry

Furnival's Inn, (see under London.)

Furssen, Mr.

Futrell, Thomas

Fyrchild, Francis

Fyson, Richard

G.

Gaches, James

Gachon, Capt. Henry

Gagat, Peter

Gaillard, Bartholomew

Galeany, (Galleany), Mons.

Gallagher, Richard

Gallions Reach, letter dated at

Galloway, clothing from

Gally, James

Galway
-, Articles of
-, county of
-, gaol
-, governor of
-, lawyers of
-, passes to
-, town of

Galway, Viscount
-, creation of
-, letters from
-, letters to

Galwey (Galway), John

Gambis, Martha

Games, David

Gammon, George

Gamon, Thomas

Gandenaar, Francis

Ganders, Martha

Ganow, Elizabeth

Ganzburg, letter dated at

Gap (Gop)

Gardiner Theophilus

Gardner,

Gardon, Judith
-, Paul

Garfoot, John

Gargill, Anthony

Garman, John Henry
-, Thomas

Garnier, Daniel

Garter, Order of the
-, chancellor of the Order of the

Garth, Capt. Thomas

Gaschon, Francis
-, John

Gastanaga, Marquis de, (see Castanaga).

Gatehouse, Keeper of the, letter to (see Westminster).

Gauden, Samuel

Gaudi, Peter

Gaudy, Sieur Pierre

Gaultier, Henry
-, Isaac
-, John
-, Peter

Gaupp, John

Gaure

Gawen, Mr.

Gawne, Alexander

Gayot, John

Geahegan, James

Gee, William

Geelham, Wouter

Geerlofsen, Peter

Gellibrand, John

Gellickhuys, Geertruydt
-, child of

Gemblours

Genappe
-, letter dated at

Gendarme, Jane

Geneva, residents at

Gennar, Leonard Poe

Genoa
-, pass to
-, port of

Genoese prize, a

George, Joel
-, Rely
-, Richard

Georges, Dr. Robert

Gerant, Elias

Gerard, Benjamin
-, John
-, Mr.
-, Paul

Geraud, Eli

Gerber, Hans Peter

Gerbrandus Anthony

Gerdessen, Henning, Joachim

German militia, the

German Protestants, their establishment in Ireland

Germany
-, Emperor of
-, envoy to
-, forces of
-, Irish emigration to
-, passes to
-, Princes of
-, workmen from

Germayn, John

Gerrard, Anne
-, Sir John
-, Sir Charles

Gerrit, John

Gerrits, Maertje

Gerritsen (Geritsen) John

Gerritsze, Henry

Gerritz, Wyve

Gerstenberg, Adolff

Gerts, Claertje

Gervais, Anthonia

Gervaize, Lewis

Gervisius, Frances

Gerway, William

Gery, Philip

Gettenburgh, John

Geuritz, Baron de

Ghast, Alice

Gheast, Edward

Ghent
-, Hospital at
-, letters dated at

Gherardi, Frederick
-, Thomas

Gibbon, Capt.
-, Thomas

Gibbons, John

Gibbs, Edward
-, Ralph

Gibson, George
-, letter to
-, Col. John

Gide, Anthony

Gieske, Matthias

Gieven, Roobrus

Giffan

Gifford, Capt. Fitz-Maurice
-, Nathaniel

Gilbert, Abraham
-, Mons., French minister at St. James
-, Sebastian
-, Salomon

Gile, Mark

Giles, Peter

Gill, Francis
-, Mary

Gillam, Capt.

Gilles,

Gilman, Capt. Henry

Gilstrop,

Ginckle, Mons. de
-, Lieut.-Gen.
-, Godert, Baron

Ginter, Catharina

Giominiani, Jacques

Girardot, John

Girdier, Joseph

Githens, Stephen
-, (see Gythens.)

Givry

Glado, Andrew

Glamorganshire, sheriff of

Glasgow
-, Archbishop of
-, archbishoprick of
-, Castle
-, commissariat of

Glass, Eleonore
-, James

Glasbrooke, James

Glaum, Capt.

Gleast, Edward

Glegg, Henry

Glencoe, massacre of, the order for, signed by William III.
-, ruins of
-, the men of

Glencairn, Earl of

Glengarry
-, chieftain of

Glen Moriston

Glin, Thomas

Globburg, Andrew

Gloster, Nicholas

Gloucester, Bridewell at
-, corporation of
-, gaol
-, see of
-, town-clerk of

Gloucestershire, Justices of the Peace for
-, high sheriffs of

Glover, Thomas
-, Henry

Gluckstadt

Goade, Mrs.

Goan, Patrick

Godark, Peter

Godart, Alexander

Gode, Elizabeth

Godefroy, James
-, Magdalen
-, Mary
-, (see Godfroy.)

Godet, Jean

Godfrey, Col. Charles
-, Magdalen
-, Mrs.
-, (see Godefroy.)

Godin, Daniel

Godmersham

Godolphin, Henry
-, Sydney, Lord
-, desires to retire from office
-, letters from
-, letters to
-, Sir William

Godwin, Thomas
-, (see Goodwin and Goodwyn.)

Goer,

Goerlee, Elizabeth
-, Isbell

Goerts, Baron

Goes, Colonel

Goffo, Bertrand

Gogat, Peter

Gogeaed, Thomas

Gold, Christian
-, Ignatius
-, Mary

Golden Square (see under London).

Gollop, John

Gondran, James

Gontard, Peter

Goodall, Richard

Gooday, George

Gooding, Thomas

Goodman's Fields (see under London.)

Goodrick, Sir Henry
-, letters to
-, petition of

Goodwin, Colonel
-, (see Godwin and Goodwyn.)

Goodwin Sands, the

Goodwyn, Lieut.-Col. Robert
-, (see Goodwin and Godwin.)

Goodyer, William

Googene, Capt. Vincent

Goold, Elizabeth
-, Henry
-, (see Gould.)

Goor, Col. John Wyant

Goose, William

Gordann, Anthony Gunter

Gordon, Duke of
-, Capt. John
-, Patrick

Gore, Sir Humphrey
-, Sir John
-, Capt. Ralph
-, Sir Robert
-, William

Gorey, Nicholas

Gorges, Dr. Robert

Gorin, Richard

Gormanston, Viscountess
-, Lord

Gormanstown

Gors, Hieronymus

Gosling, Thomas

Gotha

Gottenburg

Goudt, Sirach

Gouerts, John

Gouge, Mr.

Gougeon, Gregoire

Gough, Dr.

Gould, Ignatius
-, (see Goold.)

Goullon, Col. Charles

Gourdin, Magdalen

Gonzil, Lewis

Governor, Abraham

Grabo, Lieutenant

Grace, Frances passim.
-, John
-, Oliver
-, Richard
-, Robert

Gradin, Mons.

Gradon, Capt.

Grady, John

Graff, Henry

Grafton, Duke of

Graham, Sir Charles
-, Egidia
-, Henry
-, Col. James
-, Mr.
-, William

Grahame, Reginald

Grahme, James

Grain, Isle of

Grammont (Gramont)
-, letter dated at
-, camp at

Gran, Mr.

Grand Seignior, the
-, ambassador to
-, embassy to
-, letters to

Grand Vizier, the

Grandison, Lord

Grang, Samuel

Grant, Charles
-, Sir Ludovick

Granthorn, co. Lincoln

Granville,
-, Barnard
-, Chevallier, the
-, Edward
-, James

Grasmere

Grass, John

Grasseler, John

Grattop, Godtheb
-, Theophilus

Graves, Capt. Benjamin
-, Charles

Gravesend
-, passes to

Gravisset, Mons.

Gray, Thomas
-, (see Grey.)

Gray's Inn (see under London).

Great Queen Street (see under London).

Great Seal, Commissioners of the
-, letters to

Greave, John

Greber, Capt. Lodewych

Gredart, John

Greecke, Willemyntje

Green, John
-, William

Greenhill, Capt.
-, letter to

Green's Norton, (co. Northampton)

Greenwax, the

Greenway, Capt. James

Greenwich
-, pass to

Greenwich Hospital

Greenwill, Lieut. John
-, Thomas

Greeve, Hans

Gregory, Sir Edward, letter to

Greve, John
-, Peter

Grey, Anchitel
-, Charles
-, George
-, John
-, Mr.
-, Ralph
-, (see Gray.)

Greyson, Richard

Grieben, Conrad

Griffin, Lady Essex
-, Lord
-, son of
-, Mr.

Griffith,
-, Capt. Edward
-, James
-, John
-, Mr.
-, Richard
-, Roger
-, Thomas

Grill, Mr.

Grimbalston, Dr. William

Grimes,
-, Richard

Grimston, Sir Samuel
-, Ursula

Grizon, Ulric Albertin

Groenenberg, Adrian

Grongnet, Vigot

Groningen

Grosvenor, William

Grove, Dr.

Groves,

Groyne, The

Grueber, John Henry

Guaet, Herman

Gualy, Capt.

Gudde, Anthony

Guenall, Anthony

Guenaut, Thomas

Guerney, Lewis

Guernsey
-, dean of
-, governor of
-, inhabitants of
-, letter dated at
-, Lieut. Governor of
-, state of the defences of
-, roads in

Guibau, Elie

Guidot, Anthony

Guients, Anne

Guilady, Barzilay

Guile, Marke

Guillebert, Stephen

Guillestre

Guillotin, Peter

Guillym, Samuel

Guirandet, Claude

Guise, Sir John
-, letter to
-, wife of

Guislenghen

Guldenlew, Mons.

Guldestolp, Mons.

Gunfleet, the

Gunnell, Job

Gunsmiths, debt from the Government to

Gunter, Ensign

Gurney, Capt.
-, wife and child of

Guthrie, Mr.

Guy, Daniel
-, Henry
-, John

Guyguard, John

Guyon, William

Gwynn, (Gwynne), Sir Rowland
-, dismissal of

Gyles, Capt. John

Gyrard, William

Gysberts, John

Gythens, Stephen
-, (see Githens.)