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Index of persons and Places: C

Pages 465-472

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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Cabragh, in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.

Cadden, Edward, of King's Court, Russell Street, 407.

Cadiz (Cales), Spain, 18, 50, 53, 57, 58, 59, 62, 65, 156, 165, 201, 242, 269, 271, 274, 276, 285, 288, 296, 341, 361, 415.

-, agent and commissioner of prizes at. See Westcombe, M.

-, consul at, 201.

-, Navy commissioner at. See Wilshaw, T.

-, squadron for, 57.

Cadmore, Charles, boatman at Brightlingsea, 424.

Cadole, Francis, engineer in his Majesty's service in Piedmont, 96.

Cagnomi, Cagnoni, Joseph, of London, merchant, petition for release of currants, 165, 382.

Calcot (Calcott, Catcott), Alexander, land carriageman, London port, 40, 42, 224.

Caldecot (Caldecutt), [co. Gloucester], 202.

Caldragh, co. Roscommon, 121.

Caldwell (Chaldwell), , Mrs., security offered by, 27.

-, Sir James, case against Sir Jervas Clifton, 15, 27, 128, 200, 333.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Calmady, , payment to, 103.

-, Francis, tenant, 110.

-, Josiah (Josias), sheriff of Devon, 81.

Calstock, co. Cornwall, manor of, 110.

Cambell. See Campbell.

Cambon, Franois du, colonel, regiment of, 165.

Cambridge, county of, high-sheriff for. See Joscelyne, A. Receivers General of assessments, etc., 142, 393.

Cambridge, Norton, deputy auditor for cos. Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Bedford and Oxford, 99.

Campbell (Cambell), Archibald, 10th Earl (afterwards 1st Duke) of Argyll, regiment of, 408.

-, David, lease of lands in Antrim, 220.

Canary Islands, bills for, 329.

Cansfield, co. Lancaster, 292.

Canterbury, co. Kent, Receiver General of House Tax for. See Spencer, G.

Canterbury Archbishopric, Archbishop of, 8, 17; printing and stationery account of, 386. See also Tenison, T.

Cantermelenydd, co. Radnor, lordship of, 211, 234.

Cape Charles, Virginia, 312.

Capel (Capell), Algernon, Earl of Essex, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 183; assessments due from, 118; regiment of, 230.

-, Henry, Lord Capel, petition of, for Richmond manor, 91.

-, -, -, Lord Deputy, Ireland, 94, 105.

-, -, -, Chief Steward of Richmond manor, 214.

-, -, -, death of, 214, 441.

-, -, -, late Deputy Governor in Ireland, 441.

Capello, , monsieur, secretary to the Venetian ambassadors, 135.

Capes, Arthur, keeper of Gullet Walk in Whittlewood Forest, 282.

Cappack, , arrested for suspicion of high treason, 417.

Carbonell, John, of London, merchant, 201, 292.

Carbury, co. Kildare, barony of, 247.

Cardigan, county of, Receivers General of assessments, etc., for, 142, 147, 182, 395.

Cardigan, co. Cardigan, 214.

Cardonal, , bread and waggons for Flanders, 361.

Care, Thomas, a commissioner for administering oaths in the Plantations, 297.

Carelton. See Carlton.

Carey (Carew, Cary), , tobacco bonds, 41.

-, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, account of, 4, 7.

-, Henry, a teller of the Receipt, 222, 241.

-, John, outlaw, estate of, 139.

-, Richard, commissioner of agents for Barbados and the Leeward Islands, 91.

-, Robert, Lord Hunsdon, case between Sir Jervas Clifton and Sir James Caldwell, 15; royal bounty for, 124, 189.

Carkesse, Charles, examiner of the duty on wines and currants, 376.

Carleton. See Carlton.

Carlingford, Earl of. See Taaffe, F.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 90, 391; collector of. See Christian, W.; Crofts, B.; Farish, R.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, C.

Carlisle, Sarah, spinster, royal bounty for, 157.

Carlow, county of, forfeited lands in, 88, 439, 440.

Carlow (Catherlogh), co. Carlow, 88, 130.

Carlrons [? Cartrons], co. Westmeath, 440.

Carlton (Carelton, Carleton), , captain, payment to, for having custody of a conspirator, 147.

-, Christopher, Commissioner and Governor of the Revenue, Ireland, 128.

Carmanstown. See Carntown.

Carmarthen, county of, Receivers General of assessments, etc., for, 142, 147, 182, 395.

Carmarthen, co. Carmarthen, 214.

Carmarthen, Marquis of. See Osborne, P.

Carnaghtown. See Carntown.

Carnarvon, county of, Receiver General of assessments, etc., for, 141, 394.

Carntown (Carmanstown, Carnaghtown), co. Louth, 375.

Carpenter, Henry, a commissioner for the Island of Nevis, 297.

Carrane Purseen [? Craanpursheen], in Forth barony, co. Carlow, 439.

Carrickbegg [? Carrig Beg], co. Carlow, 129.

Carrickhill, co. Dublin, 148.

Carrowbane, co. Roscommon, 244.

Carrowearagh, co. Roscommon, 244.

Carrowgarve, co. Roscommon, 244.

Carrowholla, co. Galway, 441.

Carrowkeel, co. Roscommon, 245.

Carrowmore, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Carrownaglearagh (Carrownegleragh), co. Roscommon, 244.

Carter, , place for, under the glass duty commissioners, 57.

-, Francis, grant of the manor and castle of Guildford, 413.

-, Henry, tenant, 130.

-, J., judgment to, lands in Damastown, 246.

Carteret, Sir George, Treasurer of the Navy, 99.

Carthagena (Carthagina), Spain, consul at, 276.

Cartlitch, John, loans by, 362, 363; receiver for wrought plate, 437.

Cartrons. See Carlrons.

Cartwright, , payment to, 103.

-, George, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

-, Henry, captain, army pay, 32, 171, 181, 184.

-, Thomas, high-sheriff for co. Northampton, 131.

Cary. See Carey.

Caryll, Sir John, lease in West Harting, 179.

-, John, forfeited estate of, 82, 170, 177180.

-, Richard, tenant, 177.

Cash, , to attend the Treasury, 30.

Cashell, co. Cavan, 220.

Cashio, co. Berks, hundred of, judgment against, 229.

Casseres (Casserez) de, offer to the Bank, 45, 49, 50.

Castle Sowerby, co. Cumberland, 126.

Castlebin, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Castleknock, co. Dublin, barony of, 246.

Castlemaine, Barbara, Countess of, Duchoss of Cleveland, pension for, 225, 226.

Castleton, Nath., comptroller of the Penny Post Office, charged with disaffection, 330, 331, 371.

Catcott. See Calcot, A.

Catherine of Bragana, Queen of Charles II, the Queen Dowager, allowance to, 18, 68, 158, 403, 404, 408.

-, Council of, 257.

-, High Steward to. See Ferrers, Lord.

-, jointure lands, 97, 98, 104, 105, 108, 116, 125, 126, 127, 140, 257, 382.

-, timber felled for, 387.

-, trustees of, 97, 105, 116, 125, 126, 127, 128, 418, 436.

Catterick (Catterach), co. York, manor of, 164.

Caudiere, John Rabault la, pension for, 374.

Caudron, Robert, commissioner of assessments in the hundreds of Loveden, Langoe, Flaxwell and Aswardhurn, 155.

Cavan, county of, forfeited lands in, 220.

Cavendish, William, lord Cavendish, regiment of, 163, 274.

Cawell, Kath., payment to, out of lands in Sincorry, 122.

Cawthorne (Cowthorne), co. York, 126.

Cawthorp, William, Receiver General of assessments, etc. for co. Lincoln, 142, 394.

Chabroll, Lewis, pension for, 107.

Chadwick, James, a Commissioner of Customs, 33, 46, 62, 63.

Challenge, Sam., highway robber, apprehended, 131.

Chaloner, Fred, landwaiter at Shields, 392.

Chamberlain (Chamblaine), co. Suffolk, bailiwick of, 419.

Chamberlain, , land in Oxmonton, 409.

-, Michael, a jesuit, 132, 133.

-, Mich., outlaw, 85.

-, Thomas, prize money disbursed by, 209, 221.

Chambers, , a conspirator, apprehended, 94, 106.

- (? Chambest), Mich., forfeited property of, 122.

- alias de Villa Lobos, Lady Dame Mariana, loan by, and annuity granted to the trustees of, 397.

Chamblaine. See Chamberlain.

Champion Ashby, 337.

Chandler, Nathaniel, high constable, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

Chantrell, Francis, lieutenant-colonel, captain of the Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards, 201.

Chaplin, Robert, Receiver General of assessments, etc., co. Suffolk, 142, 394.

Chapman, Jonathan, outlaw, 150.

Charles I, grants by, 119, 224.

Charles II, annuities granted by, 183, 193, 232, 241, 374, 442.

-, escape of, from the battle of Worcester, 338, 442.

-, grants by, of Post Fines, 108; of Richmond manor, 112; of Lucan manor, 122, 123; of St. James's market, 124; of rents in Leven manor, 126; of the office of Bailiff etc. of the Fee of Richmond, co. York, 140; of fee farm rents in the Archdeaconry of Richmond, co. York, 140; of the hundred courts of Uttlesford and Freshwell, 182; of coal etc. in Farrington Gurney and Midsomer Norton, 268; of lands in Macclesfield, 355; of rents in West Chester, 429.

-, Groom of the Stole to. See Bath, Earl of.

-, leases by, of Oatlands in co. Surrey, 115; of Potters Park called Chertsey Walk, 139; of fisheries in Heywood and Bray manors, 162, 163; of premises in co. Radnor, 209, 250; of Cowpen colliery, 310; of the site of Tintagel castle, 337; of lott and cope and barmaster's place in Wirksworth lead mines, 436.

-, pension granted by, 152.

-, perpetuity granted by, 338.

Charlestown, South Carolina, 312.

Charlton (Charleton), John, Surveyor General of Ordnance, 181 passim, 404.

Charnock, , a conspirator, apprehended, 147.

-, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 260, 263.

Chatham, co. Kent, 64.

Chatterton, Charles, tenant, 127.

Cheale, John, et al., commission for derelict lands in Sussex, 281, 331.

Cheever, Cheevers, Christopher, forfeited estate in co. Kildare, 375, 438 bis.

Chelmsford, co. Essex, hundred of, 392.

Chelsea Hospital, banqueting house, 170.

-, burying ground, 170.

-, Dutch barn near, 170.

-, lease of lands adjoining, to the Earl of Ranelagh, 144, 169.

-, water course from 170.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, 202, 379.

Chertsey, co. Surrey, 271, 303, 333.

Chesham, co. Bucks, 358, 397, 418.

Cheshire, , lands in Macclesfield, 354.

Chester, bishopric, dean and chapter, rents vested in, 275.

-, county of, concealed lands in, 429.

-, -, deputy auditor of. See Aldworth, W.

-, -, Judges of, salaries, 2, 150, 170. See also Combes, Sir J.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments, etc., 141, 394.

-, city and port of, 204, 265, 267, 275, 430.

-, -, assessments, 394.

-, -, comptrollers of. See Dean, M.; Marshall, S.

-, -, mayor of, 287.

-, -, mint at, 287, 362.

Chester, late Earl of, possessions of, in Drakelow and Rudheath manors, 126.

Chetwode (Chetwood), co. Bucks, 34.

Chetwynd [Charles, auditor of Wales], 417.

-, John, sheriff of Stafford, issues to, 153.

Chichester, co. Sussex, 177, 337, 436.

Chichester, Bishop of. See Grove, R.; Williams, J.

Chichester, Arthur, Earl of Donegal, regiment of, 101.

Chickley. See Chrickley, C.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher at Gravesend, 242.

-, William, Master of the Hawks, 148, 208, 301.

-, -, searcher at Gravesend, 242.

Child, Sir Francis, goldsmith, the King's jeweller, 64, 191; loans by, 195.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Wilts and the City of Salisbury, 142, 395.

-, Leonard, Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Surrey and the borough of Southwark, 143, 394.

-, Robert, coin-clipper, executed at York, 176, 380, 406.

-, Thomasine, caveat in behalf of, 176.

Chilton, Edward, a commissioner for administering oaths in the Plantations, 297, 298.

Cholmondeley (Cholmley, Cholmondley, Cholmondly),, colonel, assessments due from, 118.

-, -, et al., brewers, complaint of, 361.

-, George, colonel, regiment of, 145.

-, -, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 183.

Chrickley (Chickley), Charles, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85, 106.

Christian, William, collector, Carlisle port, 149, 185.

Christ's Hospital. See London Streets, etc.

Chubb, Henry, tenant of Bucklawren manor, 316, 406, 431.

Cinque Ports, Judge Official and Commissary of the Court of Admiralty of. See Oxenden, G.

Clackclose, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.

Claglue [? Claughley], in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.

Clancarty, Countess of. See MacCarthy, E.

-, Earl of. See MacCarthy, D.

Clancouragh. See Ballinrallywood.

Clanmuck. See Cloonmucker.

Clapp, Joseph, riding surveyor at Titchfield, 415.

Claragh, in Dunhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.

Clare, Lord, estate of, 306, 407.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, E.; Hyde, H.

Clarges, Sir Thomas, a commissioner for Public Accounts, 153.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), Edward, a commissioner of Excise, 164.

-, George, Secretary at War, 33, 46, 137, 157, 163, 169, 181, 187, 194, 215, 254, 383.

-, James, lease of Hampton Court ferry, etc., 99, 100.

-, -, constable of Dublin castle, 128.

-, -, John, shipowner, vessel of, seized at Harwich, 82.

-, Philip, a commissioner for the province of Maryland, 297.

-, Richard, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

-, Robert, watchman, London port, 199.

-, Thomas, of the city of Hereford, petition of, 329.

Claughley. See Claglue.

Clavering, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.

Clayton, Andrew, son of Mary, collector of Excise, a bankrupt, 159, 218.

-, Mary, widow, and William her son, petition of, 159, 218.

-, Sir Robert, farmer of the Post Fines, 12, 14, 15, 62, 110, 144, 151, 186.

-, Robert, of London, merchant, 159.

Clement, Lidia, wife of William, 99.

-, Simon, et al., merchants, petition of, 172, 181.

-, William, lease of a college in Deptford, 99.

Clerk. See Clark.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Castlemaine, B.

Clifford, , disposal of powder in the hands of, 61, 287.

Clifford Fort, co. Northumberland, 141.

Clifton, James, administrator of William, his brother, 396, 397.

-, Sir Jervas (Gervaise, Jervaise), case against Sir James Caldwell, 15, 28, 128, 200, 333.

-, Sir Thomas, estate of William, 419.

-, William, estate of, 379, 396, 397, 419.

Climsland Prior, co. Cornwall, manor of, 240.

Clinton, Thomas, collector, Bideford, 171.

Cloghcantwell, co Carlow, 129.

Cloghwalter, co. Carlow, 129.

Clonchellis [? Clooncallis], in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Clonchowne [? Clonkeen], in Tiaquin barony, co. Galway, 441.

Clondonnell, co. Waterford, 440.

Clonedagh, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Cloneen, co. Carlow, 88; chiefry of, 130.

Clonegall (Clonegal), co. Carlow, chiefry of, 130.

Clonegouse. See Clontoose.

Clonegrosse. See Clontoose.

Clonevade, co. Carlow, 129.

Clonkeen. See Clonchowne.

Clontoose (Clonegrosse, Clonegouse), co. Carlow, 129.

Clooncullaan, co. Roscommon, 244.

Cloonekillins, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Cloonemukane, co. Roscommon, 244.

Cloonmucker (Clanmuck), co. Longford, 383.

Cloonshannagh, co. Roscommon, 244.

Cloonshee, in Killian barony, co. Galway, 121.

Cloonsreane, co. Roscommon, 244.

Clopton, Hugh, Rouge Dragon, 261.

Clorane, in Ida barony, co. Kilkenny, 122.

Closemaur. See Gladestry.

Cobb, John, tenant, 180.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments etc. for co. Southampton and Isle of Wight, 142, 394.

-, -, tenant, 177.

Cobby, John, tenant, 178.

Cobham, co. Surrey, 100.

Cock. See Cook; Cox.

Cocks. See Cox.

Codrington, Sir Christopher, Lieutenant Colonel, Governor of the Leeward Islands, 87, 217, 227.

Coghlon, John, estate in King's County, 136.

Coite, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending highway robbers, 81.

Coke. See Cook.

Coker, Thomas, customs comptroller, New York, 313.

-, -, customs collector, Perth Amboy, East Jersey, 313.

Colchester, co. Essex, 401, 424.

Colchester, Henry, landwaiter, London port, 79, 143.

Coldrina. See Cooldrinagh.

Cole, , assessment frauds, 349.

-, Robert, agent and consul general at Algiers, 91; loan by, 77.

-, Thomas, secondary in the office of the Pipe, 421.

-, -, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

Colebrand, , tenant, 126.

Colenbine, Benjamin, army agent, 169.

-, Ventris, colonel, regiment of, 169.

Colepeper. See Culpeper.

Coleraine, Lord. See Hare, Henry.

Coles, George, under-clerk of the House of Commons, 170.

-, Sir William, high sheriff of London and Middlesex, 83, 212.

Coleshill, co. Warwick, 347, 348.

Coliear. See Collier.

Colier. See Collier.

Coling (Colinge), Benjamin, keeper of the Council Chamber, 228, 231, 294.

-, Richard, a clerk of the Privy Council, 222, 228.

Collet, Collett, James, of London, merchant, receiver of assessments for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 64, 293, 303, 305.

Collier (Coliear, Colier), Sir David, colonel, regiment of, 198.

-, Walter, colonel, 135.

Collingwood, , colonel, regiment of, 137, 153.

Coll Lot, co. Kerry, lands called, 136.

Colt,, colonel, 357.

-, Edward Dutton, colonel, regiment of, 169, 352.

-, Henry Dutton, colonel, regiment of, 391, 396.

-, John Dutton, collector, Bristol port, 403.

Combes, Sir John, Chief Justice of Chester, 150, 170.

Compton, Sir Francis, lease of lighthouses, 109, 445, 446.

-, Hatton, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 183; assessments due from, 118.

-, Henry, bishop of London, 208.

Condy, John, waiter and searcher, Tenby, 214.

Congdon, John, tenement in Climsland Prior manor, 240.

Congreve, , widow, royal bounty to, 157.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, Paymaster General of the Forces in Ireland, 60, 80, 96, 101, 107, 111, 112, 146, 156, 161, 166, 199, 211, 274, 334, 349, 360, 372, 381, 384, 405, 422, 424, 428, 430.

-, -, custodiam grant to, 9, 10, 134, 147.

-, -, loans by, 145.

Coniston, Robert, tenant, 127.

Connaught, Ireland, forfeited estates in, 84.

Connecticut, colony of, list of commissioners of, 298.

Connell, near Limerick, castle of, 94.

Connell, John, payment to, for apprehending a highway robber, 220.

Connello, co. Limerick, barony of, 246.

Conning, Walter, encroachments in Bucklawren manor, 316.

Constable, Edward, grant of Hornsea manor, 127.

Constantinople, Turkey, 28.

Conte, Peter, warehousekeeper, Plymouth, 98.

Conyers, William, royal bounty for, 378.

Cook (Cock, Coke, Cooke), Jonathan, tidesurveyor, Weymouth, 234.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for the Land Bank, 12, 16, 17, 26, 30, 35, 342, 362, 363, 405.

-, William, Commissioner to inspect the wine trade abroad, 2, 46, 59, 201, 262, 283, 292, 341.

Cookham, co. Berks, hundred of, 240; manor of, 158, 240.

Cookley (Cookeley), Abraham, lieutenant, payment to, for arresting a conspirator, 232,243.

Cooksey, Jo., examiner of the outport books [London], 375.

Cool. See Steranagh.

Cooldrinagh (Coldrina), co. Dublin, 133.

Coole Ballaghkeen [? Coole in Ballaghkeen barony], co. Wexford, 245.

Cooleknockane, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.

Coolenegourk alias Gortnegarke, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Coolenemuckly. See Couleen.

Cooleskirean [? Coolykereen], in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.

Coolock, co. Dublin, barony of, 438, 439.

Cooltefaghan, in Kilconway barony, co. Antrim, 219.

Coolykereen. See Cooleskirean.

Cooper, , widow, royal bounty for, 157 bis.

-, Sir Anthony, Baron Ashley (afterwards Earl of Shaftesbury) Chancellor of the Exchequer, 354, 355.

-, John, boatman, Newhaven, 90.

-, Thomas, tenant, 129, 130.

Coote (Coot), , justice, rent charge of, 440.

-, Charles, Earl of Mountrath, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 206, 368, 421.

-, -, custodiam grant to, 3, 105.

-, -, royal bounty for, 205.

-, Richard, Earl of Bellomont, grant of lands to, 95, 398; grant of goods etc. to, seized from pirates, 115; timber distrained by, 70.

-, -, colonel, regiment of, 54, 255, 304; caveat in behalf of, 396.

-, Thomas, lands in Lucan etc., co. Dublin, 122.

Coppinger, Walter, lands in Ireland forfeited by, 98.

Copson, , collector of assessments for Weddington, 347.

Corbais [Flanders], camp at, 169, 173, 177, 193.

Corbally, in Ardkinagh [? Ardkeenan], co. Roscommon, 244.

-, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Corbett (Corbet), [Andrew], cashier to Edward Russell, 10, 13, 18, 26, 57, 60, 62, 68, 71, 288, 359, 387; Inspector etc. of the Contract for Copper Farthings and Half-pence, 226.

Corcreagh [? Correagh], co. Roscommon, 244.

Cordwent, Richard, clothier, 118.

Cork, county of, forfeited lands in, 246, 440.

Cork, co. Cork, 381.

Cork, river, wreck in, 171, 193.

Corkaree, co. Westmeath, barony of, 440.

Corluddy, in Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny, 441.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, E.

Cornish, Henry, Receiver General of taxes for London, Middlesex and Westminster, 67, 302.

-, -, money order assigned to, 377.

Cornwall, county of, brickearth from, 217.

-, -, copper mines in, 334.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments etc., 143, 395.

-, -, tin coinage in, comptroller of. See Bonython, R.; Cory, A.; Tredenham, S.; Vivian, H.; Woolridge, H.

Cornwall, Duchy of, auditor of, 271, 275.

-, -, deputy auditor, 238. See also Griffith, J.; Taylor, W.

-, -, copper mines in, 334.

-, -, lands, 135, 181, 192, 242, 272, 275, 316, 332, 337, 375, 399, 406.

-, -, Prince's Council Board of the, 431.

-, -, quarries of stone in, 110.

-, -, Receiver of, 238; deputy to, 349. See also Hooker, .

-, -, Receiver General of, 316, 428.

-, -, Receivers and Ministers of, accounts of, 446.

-, -, revenues, deficiency of, 331; issues out of, 238, 265, 309, 333, 445.

-, -, steward of. See Remfry, H.

-, -, survey of lands in, 431.

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord Cornwallis, husband of Ann, Duchess of Buccleuch, lease of the honor and manor of Eye, 97, 104, 116, 293, 382, 418, 419.

Corraneena. See Currane.

Correagh. See Corcreagh.

Corua (Corunna), The Groyne, Spain, 63, 156, 174, 255, 370.

Cory, Andrew, comptroller of coinage of tin, 276.

Cosin (Cosens), John, bishop of Durham, 424.

Costa, Alvarez de, bills of exchange of, 363.

-, John Mendez de, advances by, 42.

Cotter, Garret, Receiver General of Hearth money, imprisoned for debt, 109.

Cotton, Sir John, perpetuity for, 377.

-, Sir Robert, a Postmaster General, 301.

Coughlane, Terence, forfeited lands of, 248.

Couleen (Coolenomuckly), in Ida barony, co. Kilkenny, 122.

Couley, Abr., a trustee for the Earl of St. Alban's, 124.

Counter alias Rumsey, a conspirator, arrested, 227, 243.

Courcy, Ellen d', petition of, 268.

Courthope (Courthop), Elizabeth, widow of John, petition for arrears of pay, 424.

-, James, under-clerk of the House of Commons, 170.

-, John, colonel, 424.

-, Richard, a Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 193.

Courtland, Stephen, a commissioner for the province of New York, 297.

Courtney, , 18.

Coventry, co. Warwick, 77, 348, 422; mayor of. See Owen, E.; post to, 385; Receiver General of assessments for, 394, 395.

Cowdrey, . lands near Dibden, 389.

Cowell, Jo., forfeited lands, 122.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, 314.

Cowley, John, Excise collector at Durham, dismissed, 71 bis, 335.

Cowpen, co. Northumberland, 310.

Cowper, , lands near Dibden, 389.

Cowsey, John, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

Cowthorne. See Cawthorne.

Cox (Cock, Cocks), , colonel, regiment of, 18.

-, Ellis, waiter and soarcher at Otter River, 411.

-, Nathaniel, a keeper of the Council Chamber, 228, 231.

-, Sir Richard, Commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 121.

-, Richard, Receiver General of assessments etc., for co. Gloucester, 113, 142, 395.

-, Samuel, waiter of the Four and a half per cent. duty, 158.

-, William, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 93.

Coy, John, colonel, regiment of, 154.

Craanpursheen. See Carrane Purseen.

Craken, . widow, royal bounty to, 157.

Cramburne, Cranburn, a conspirator, apprehended, 93, 106.

Cramrosse, Queen's County, 120.

Crane, Tim, lands in King's County, 247.

Cranfeild, Edward, a Commissioner for Barbados, 297, 312, 447, 449; naval officer in Barbados, 296.

Cranford, John, leatherseller of London, lease of Saddacks farm, 272.

Crannagh, co. Carlow, 129.

Cranstown. See Grantstown.

Crawley, , captain, 288.

Craynest, , forage account, 86.

Cresset, James, envoy extraordinary to the Princes of Brunswick and Luneburg, 284, 291; loan by, 77.

Creswell, Mary, widow, tenant, 178.

Crew (Crewe), Nathaniel, a Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 193.

-, -, bishop of Durham, 424.

Crier, Benjamin, a commissioner for the Island of Barbados, 297.

Crisp, Laud, royal bounty for, 378.

-, Sir Nicholas, debenture frauds, 46.

Crockerton, co. Wilts, 264.

Crofts, Benjamin, collector, Carlisle, 149, 185.

-, Harry, royal bounty to, 75, 103.

Cromp (Crump), Lawrence, Portcullis, 261.

Crompton, Robert, Receiver of House tax, co. York, 2.

-, -, a surveyor of the Glass duty, 24, 162, 433.

Crosby, Sir Thomas, estate in co. Kerry, 136.

Crosland, John, Barbara his wife, and Charles, tenants, 164.

Crossakeel, in Kells barony, co. Meath, 438.

Crouch, William, of London, merchant, 290.

Crow, Nathaniel, concealed lands in York, 380.

Crowinstown. See Little Croynstown.

Crowley, , assessment frauds, 349.

Crump, Richard, outlaw, forfeited lands of, 246.

-, See also Cromp.

Crumpton. See Crompton.

Cruttendon, Thomas, tenant, 178.

Crymes, Henry, payment to, 171.

Cuddon, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the city of London, 43, 330. bis, 372, 376; Receiver General of assessments etc. for London, Westminster, Middlesex, and Inns of Court and Chancery, 330 bis, 393, 426, 432.

Culleen Beg, co. Westmeath, 440.

Cullen, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.

Cullen, co. Waterford, 246.

Cullenagh. See Kullenane.

Cullentragh. See Cullies Drockett.

Cullies Drockett [Cullentragh], co. Cavan, 220.

Culliford, , employment of, 30, 33.

-, -, recommended as a customs commissioner, 37, 199.

-, Elizabeth, administratrix of captain William Webster, 161.

-, -, royal bounty for, 378.

-, William, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, 44, 54, 264, 298.

-, -, sailcloth for the navy, 65, 294, 358, 416, 420.

Cullompton, co. Devon, 30.

Culpeper (Colepeper), John, Lord Culpeper, annuity to, 15, 45, 98, 237.

-, Thomas, Lord Culpeper, royal bounty for, 243, 269.

Cumberland, county of, Excise officer for. See Sandford, E.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments etc., 142, 395.

-, -, sheriff of, 126.

Cundall, co. York, 164.

Cunningham (Cuningham), , colonel, lands in Dirpatrick, 211.

-, Richard, colonel, regiment of, 101, 158.

Cupelac, Cupulac, Cupular and Xavier, Don Diego James, secretary to the Spanish ambassador, 241, 262, 427.

Curraheen, co. Waterford, 440.

Currane [? Corraneena], in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

-, See also Everstown.

Currituck, America, collector at. See Merchant, C.

Curwin (Curwen), Jonathan, a commissioner for the province of Massachusetts Bay, 297.

-, Thomas, tidesman and boatman, Whitehaven, 300; waiter and searcher, Whitehaven, 430.

Cury, John, mortgage, 245.

Cust, Sir Pury, captain in Duke of Schomberg's regiment of horse, 159.

Cutler, Charles, lease of Eye Hall manor, 98.

-, Sir John, lands at Chelsea, 170.

Cutts, John, Baron Cutts of Gowran, Governor and Receiver of the Isle of Wight, 174; grant to, of Dumpford hundred, 177; payment to, 190.