Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.
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Daars, co. Kildare, 375.
Dacken (Dackin), John, disabled in the service of the Horse Guards, petition for pension and place as landwaiter, 331, 332.
Dalbone (Dalborne), —, commander, envoy from the Duke of Tuscany, 191.
Dale (Deale), co. Pembroke, 213.
Dallone (D'Allone, D'Allonne), Abell, lease of Pickering manor, 18, 108, 167.
Dallow, Richard, porter of the Mint, 1, 80.
Dallyson, Dalyson, Katherine, Lady, royal bounty for, 189, 192, 196, 225, 378.
Damastown, in Castleknock barony, co. Dublin, 246.
Dampier, William, place as king's waiter, London port, 429.
Dancy, —. widow, royal bounty for, 157.
Danes, congregation of, pulpit for the church of, 214.
Danforth, Thomas, a commissioner for the province of Massachusetts Bay, 297.
Daniell, —, searcher, Hull, 64.
Dantzig (Dantzic), Germany, 230.
Danvers, John, a Commissioner of Excise, 164.
Darbie. See Derby.
Darcy, George, mortgage to, 247.
-, Robert, Earl of Holdernesse, bailiff and steward etc. of the fee of Richmond, co. York, 140, 257.
Darling, Richard, forfeited lands in co. Carlow, 130.
Dartiquenave (Dartquenave), Charles, general overseer of prizes in the port of London, 135.
Dartmouth, co. Devon, 274.
Dashell, John, customs surveyor, Wicomico and Munni, 313.
Dashwood, —, 71.
-, Sir Samuel, a Commissioner of Excise, 64, 155, 164, 442.
Daval, William, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 93.
Davenant, Charles, surveyor general of the Excise, 9, 30, 33.
David, James, of London, merchant, 199.
Davies (Davis), —, lease of a tenement in Upton, 275.
-, -, payment to, 172.
-, Ann, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.
-, John, secretary to the late Lords Justices, Ireland. 136, 205.
-, Robert, executor and administrator, 163, 166, 274.
-, -, agent to the Duke of Schomberg's regiment, 433.
-, Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 427.
Dawny, —, servant to the [customs] warehousekeeper, 350.
Dawson, Joshua, grant of forfeited lands to, 368.
-, Thomas, a Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 29, 144; removed into Ireland, 193.
Day, George, noontender, London port, 385.
Dayes (Deyos), Anne, widow of George, 165.
-, George, captain, Excise collector at Ross, 165.
D'Courcy. See Courcy, Ellen d'.
Deal, co. Kent, 165, 288, 368.
Deale. See Dale.
Dean, Forest of, cinders in, sale of, 93, 110.
-, -, Conservator and Supervisor of, 195. See also Wolseley, W.
-, -, keepers, 183, 195.
-, -, riot in, 150.
Dean (Deane), —, an infant, 275.
-, Edward, lands in Ireland, 375, 376.
-, Marmaduke, comptroller of Chester port, 407.
De Casseres. See Casseres.
De Costa. See Costa.
Deer, Deere, Edward, jerquer, London port, 360, 423.
Deering. See Dering.
De Frize. See Frize.
De Gastelio. See Gastelio.
De la Forest. See Forest.
Delamere (Delamar, Delamare), Walter, lease of lands in Ireland, 110, 121, 207, 237, 244, 417; troop of, 244.
De Lanalve. See Lanalve.
De Larose. See Larose.
Dellglass, David, silk importer, 108.
De Marais. See Marais.
Demifore, Demyfore [? Fore], co. Meath, barony of, 247, 438.
De Montaut. See Montaut.
Dempsey, James, colonel, lands in co. Longford, 407.
Demyfore. See Demifore.
Denbigh, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 394.
Denbigh, co. Denbigh, lordship and manor of, 137.
Deneulle, Aaron, petition for a noli prosequi, 400.
Denmark, Resident of, 241; salt from, 241; King of, 283; Prince and Princess of. See Anne; George.
Dennis, Cornelius, of London, merchant, goods of, seized, 201, 250, 289, 292.
Denton, co. Lincoln, 125.
De Orella. See Orella.
Deptford, co. Kent, 44, 90, 181.
-, -, Brick Close, 99.
-, -, King St., college in, 99.
-, -, Says Court manor, 99.
-, -, West Bromfield Close, 99.
Depwade, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.
Derby, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 394.
Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, W.
Derby (Darbie), John, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Dorset and Poole, 142, 187, 395.
Dering (Deering), —, colonel, regiment of, 114.
-, Charles, Auditor General, Ireland, 128, 440.
Dermot. See MacDermot.
Derowen, co. Roscommon, 244.
Derrylahan, Queen's County, 120.
Derrypatrick, co. Meath, 110, 245.
De Senne. See Senne.
Desmolinis, —, a Reformed Captain of Horse, pension for, 295.
Dethick, Charles, tenant of Dornoy House, Weybridge, 196.
-, Henry, Richmond Herald, 261.
Devenish, Robert, York Herald, 261.
-, Silvester, estate in Ireland, 173.
-, William, late of Athlone, estate of, 370, 388.
De Vere, Aubrey, Earl of Oxford, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 183, 443.
-, -, grant of quit rents, 393.
-, -, money due from for assessments, 118.
-, -, pension for, 23, 75, 165, 190.
-, -, regiment of, 107, 271, 418.
Devereux, —. ensign, royal bounty for, 96.
-, John, a commissioner for the Island of Montserrat, 297.
-, Walter, riding officer on the coast, 90.
Devon, county of, coinage of tin in, comptrollers of, 56, 276. See also Bonython, R.; Cory, A.; Tredenham, S.; Vivian, H.; Wooldridge, H.
-, -, Receivers General of assessments etc., 141, 154, 232, 395.
-, -, sheriff of. See Calmady, J.
Dewy, James, agent for Taxes, 229.
D'Gixuzeaga. See Gixuzeaga.
D'Graves. See Graves.
D'Hervaer. See Hervard, P.
Dibden, co. Hants, Dibden Marsh and Ivy House Ground in, 389.
Dicken, Thomas, searcher, Ipswich, 283.
Dickens (Dickins), Anthony, Comptroller of Customs, North Carolina, 312, 392.
Dickenson, William, clerk engrosser to the Works, 260.
Dieren, Holland, camp at, 147; court at, 146, 147, 148.
Difford, Difforth. See Dishforth.
Digby, John, clerk of the Fee Farms, 6.
Dillon, —, forfeited lands of, 382.
-, Christopher, outlaw, 84.
-, Edward, landcarriage-man, London port, 223, 352, 367.
-, Garret, outlaw, 84.
-, Isabella, Countess of Roscommon, petition of, for grant of lands in co. Meath, 382.
-, Martha, robbery committed against, 190.
-, Martin, forfeited lands of, 438, 439.
Dillson, Sir John, custodiam of lands in Ireland, 90.
Dirkson (Dirkson de Rover), Elias, master of the Friendship, 255, 342.
Dirpatrick [? Derrypatrick, co. Meath], 211.
Dirumneshekie [? Drumahiskey], in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.
Dishforth (Difford, Difforth), co. York, lordship of, 164.
Disney, Ann, and — her sister, royal bounty for, 378.
Diss, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.
Diston, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for Coventry, 395.
Ditch, Frances [sic], esquire, grant of lands in co. York, 224.
Divargins, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.
Dixell. See Dixwell.
Dixmude (Dixmuyd), Belgium, 96.
Dixwell (Dixell), Sir Basil, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 330.
Dobbins, William, a commissioner for the Island of Antigua, 297.
Dobson, Eliphall, tenant, 129.
Docwra (Dockwra), William, of London, merchant, farm of the Penny Post, 371.
Dodd (Dod), —, 3, 14, 15, 66.
-, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.
Doddington (Dodington, Dorington), George, Paymaster of the Navy, 3, 10, 13, 56, 62, 64, 69, 266; loan by, 236.
Dodsworth, —, widow, royal bounty to, 157.
Dodworth. See Barnsley.
Donegal, Earl of. See Chichester, A.
Dongan. See Dungan.
Donne, —, Dr., lands in Dirpatrick, 211.
-, John, chief boatman and tidesurveyor, Bristol, 203.
-, Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, 9, 156, 218, 237, 238, 315.
Donoghmore, Queen's County, 120.
Donoghs, in Coolock barony, co. Dublin, 439.
Donore. See Dunore.
Dorchester, co. Dorset, 375.
Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, C.
Dore, Edward, et al., payment to, for apprehending highway robbers, 327.
Doria, Marquis, envoy from Genoa, 191.
Dorington. See Doddington; Dorrington.
Dorrington (Dorington), —, et al. of the East India Co., 357.
-, Francis, keeper of Hanger Lodge and Walk in Whittlewood Forest, 229, 282.
Dorset, county of, deputy auditor of. See Parsons, Sir A.; Receiver General of assessments etc., 142, 187, 395.
Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, C.
Douglas, Charles, Earl of Selkirk, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 183; assessments due from, 118.
-, James, 2nd Duke of Queensberry, Earl of Drumlanrig, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 183; assessments due from, 118.
Dounton. See Trondhjem.
Dover, co. Kent, 99, 113, 165; agent for prizes at. See Raworth, F.; castle, constable of. See Romney, Earl of; castle, lieutenant of. See Dixwell, Sir B.
Dowdall, Henry, forfeited lands of, 438.
Dowle, Giles, prosecuting tobacco planters, 146.
Downs, The, 89, 172, 199, 393, 400, 429.
Doyle, Gerald, tenant, 129.
-, Morgan, tenant, 129.
Doyley, Thomas, Engineer of the Mint, 19.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Monmouth, 141, 394.
Drakelow (Dracklow, Draclow), co. Chester, manor of, 88, 105, 126, 127.
Drinaun, co. Roscommon, 244.
Drogheda, co. Louth, 375; Justices Parks, Pillory Street, James Street, West Street, Peter Street, Scarlett Lane, Dublin Gate, 438.
Drogheda, Earl of. See HamiltonMoore, H.
Droitwich, co. Worcester, saltmakers of, 185; collection of salt duty at, 329.
Dromagh, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.
Dromahoe, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.
Dromgarriff, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.
Dromskehy, in Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 440.
Drumahiskey. See Dirumneshekie.
Drumhirk, in Orior barony, co. Armagh, 247.
Drumlanrig, Earl of. See Douglas, James.
Drumreagh, in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.
Drumsheagh [Drumskeagh], in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.
Drunton. See Trondhjem.
Drycott's farm, co. Dublin, 136.
Dublin, county of, forfeited lands in, 220, 245, 246, 438, 439, 440.
Dublin, co. Dublin, 88, 95, 121, 139, 218, 220, 238, 265.
-, -, Castle, 148, 245, 437; constable of. See Clarke, J.; deputy constable of. See Maynard, J.
-, -, Lord Mayor of, 88. See also Homrigh, B.
-, -, militia of, 88.
-, -, Phœnix Park, Newtown Walk in, 334.
Dubois (Duboys), Thomas, Barbados merchant, petition of, 251.
Dudley, Joseph, inquisition at Chichester taken before, 177.
Duffeild, John, place as landwaiter, 200.
Duffin, Marmaduke, collector of taxes for co. Warwick, 347.
Dugdale, Sir John, Norroy King at Arms, 261.
Duhallow, co. Cork, barony of, 440.
Duke, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Public Accounts, 162.
Duleek, co. Meath, barony of, 438.
Dumpford, co. Sussex, hundred of, 177–180.
Dunbar, —, major, tenant, 130.
Duncannon, co. Wexford, fort, 92.
Duncombe (Duncomb), Charles, alderman, Cashier of Excise, 27, 28, 29, 32, 36, 47, 66, 330, 339, 341, 347, 351, 355, 403, 408, 414; loans by, 353, 354, 356, 410, 411, 419.
Dungan or Dongan, Sir William, Viscount Dungan of Clare, Earl of Limerick, annuity granted by, 397.
Dungan, Thomas, colonel, caveat in behalf of, 397.
Dunganny, co. Meath, 382.
Dungeness, co. Kent, 160.
Dunghfelly, co. Kerry, 136.
Dunkin, Thomas, waiter of the Four and a Half per cent. duty, 158.
Dunkirk, France, 341; prisoners in, 5, 107, 332, 372.
Dunleckny (Dunleckyney), co. Carlow, 129, 130; Moneybeg and Knockmill in, 129.
Dunleckny Bohermore, co. Carlow, 129.
Dunluce, co. Antrim, barony of, 220.
Dunluce, Viscount. See MacDonnell, R.
Dunmead, John, counterfeiter, apprehended, 215.
Dunmow, co. Essex, hundred of, 392.
Dunore [Donore], co. Carlow, chiefry of, 130.
Dunroe, co. Carlow, 129.
Dunseverick (Dunsevericke), co. Antrim, 432.
Duppa, Thomas, Sir, late Keeper of the House Park at Windsor, 446.
Duras. See Durfort.
Durfort or Duras, Louis de, Earl of Feversham, a trustee for Queen Catherine, 18, 125.
Durham, county of, 417.
-, -, Excise collector of, 71. See also Cowley, J.
-, -, Receiver General and commissioners of assessments etc., 142, 182, 257, 393.
Durham, bishopric of, bishops of. See Cosin, J.; Crew, N.; sede vacante revenues of, 424.
Durham, Thomas, boatman, Deal, 165.
Durphy, —, payment to, 13.
Dyer, —, Surveyor General of customs in the Plantations, 204.
Dynn, Thomas, tenant, 127.