Index of Subjects: C

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

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'Index of Subjects: C', in Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697, (London, 1933) pp. 541-544. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-treasury-books/vol11/pp541-544 [accessed 22 April 2024]

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Cabinet Council, 147.

Candle, sale by inch of, 288, 292.

Canes. See Rattan.

Chamber, The, Groom Porter, issues for, 414, 415.
-, Maundy. See Maundy.
-, messengers (forty in number), 427; attending the Customs, 76, 302, 366; attending the Treasury, 302, 366; for levying the land revenue, 89; petition for payment of arrears, 369.
-, Treasurer of, 38, 103, 423.
-, issues to, 76, 89, 138, 140, 148, 184, 265, 323, 324, 373, 387, 411, 414, 415, 420.
-, Office of, to cease payment of salaries to the officers of the gardens, 116.
-, payments by, 357, 411, 414, 415, 420.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Royal Household.

Chancery, Court of, Masters in Chancery, 144, 193; issues for 189; salaries of, 2.

Chapel Royal, Gentlemen of, issues to, 265.

Chauldron, Hull measure of, 249; Newcastle measure of, 249.

Chester Herald. See Heralds.

Chocolate. See Customs—duties.

Cinders, sale of, 93, 110.

Civil List, England, 30, 32, 50, 56, 354.
-, allotment for, 51.
-, funds, 356; issues out of loans on, 410, 411, 419, 420.
-, scheme of payments, 8.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and PlacesIreland.

Clarenceux King at Arms. See Heralds.

Clipped money. See Mint—Money.

Clippers and coiners. See Mint.

Clippings. See Mint.

Closet-keeper. See King's Closetkeeper.

Clothiers. See Army.

Coaches. See Hackney Coaches.

Coal, duty on. See Customs—duties; Salt.
-, mines etc., 268, 310, 386, 408, 417.
-, price of, 249.
-, shipped to Holland, 24.

Coast waiters. See Customs.

Coffee. See Customs—duties.

Cofferer. See Royal Household.

Coinage. See Mint.

Coiners. See Mint—clippers.

Coins, of Maryland, 3, 4, 97.

-, seizures of, 163, 176. See also Broad pieces; Dollar; Guineas; Lire.

Commissions, fees for passing, 216.

Common Pleas, Court of, 119.
-, Clerk of Estreats, allowance for, 315.
-, Lord Chief Justice, 208, 273; printing and stationery account of, 386.

Commons, House of, 305.
-, accounts of tallies struck upon parliamentary funds, 27 Nov., 1696, 317–322.
-, Association entered into by, 88.
-, clerks of, printing and stationery account, 386.
-, issues for, 189, 293.
-, Credit Vote of 9 Nov., 1696 for borrowing 600,000l., 68, 69, 72, 73, 309, 336.
-, loans on, 318, 344, 346, 347, 350, 353.
-, account of demanded, 344.
-, allowance on, 345.
-, discount on, 374, 383, 391.
-, issues out of, 311, 339, 343, 345, 346, 358, 366, 368, 370, 371, 373, 374, 380, 381, 384, 387, 390, 391, 397, 403, 405.
-, scheme of distribution of, 349.
-, journals, 309, 322.
-, resolutions of, 9 & 14 Nov., 1696, concerning loans in general and on annuities, 317, 328, 329, 330.
-, Serjeant at Arms, 340, 376, 406; printing and stationery account of, 386.
-, Speaker of, 55; issues for, 39, 75, 103, 194, 206, 270, 333; printing and stationery account of, 386.
-, under clerks, issue for, 170.

Commonwealth survey of lands. See Lands, England—surveys.

Conspirators, etc., rewards for apprehending, 2, 85, 93, 103, 146, 147, 212.

Continued Impositions, See Wine Acts.

Copper Company, 223.

-, for coinage, price of, 11.

Cork, imported, seizures of, 201, 298, 299, 392.

Corn, duty on. See Customs—duties.

-, price of, 66.

Counsel. See King's Counsel.

Country Mints. See Mint.

Crown Law, charges, issues for, 53, 55, 70, 140, 155, 198, 219, 257, 263, 265, 301, 302, 305, 328, 335, 356, 386, 392, 434.

Crown Office, 150; printing and stationery account of, 386. See also King's Bench.

Crown rents. See Lands, Ireland.

Crown revenues. See Lands, England —revenues.

Culm, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Currants, seizures of, 139, 169, 172, 382.

Custodiam leases. See Lands, England; Lands, Ireland.

Customers. See Customs.

Customs:—
-, accounts, Cashier's, 40, 291; Solicitor's, 70; revenue, 278. See also Customs—Comptroller General.
-, Act of Frauds (14 Car. II., c. 11), 109, 202, 252, 268.
-, Aliens' duties, 165, 382, 393, 427.
-, annuity out of, 193.
-, Appropriation Act, 102, 251.
-, boatmen, 90, 107, 108, 165, 203, 213, 231, 249, 300, 301, 313, 337, 401, 424.
-, bonds, 201, 202, 310; discount on, 72.
-, Cashier, accounts. See Customs —accounts; directions to concerning punched money, 167, Exchequer Bills, 196.
-, Fees to the King's Remembrancer, 376.
-, Incidents bills, 291.
-, Payments by, 2, 83, 133, 174, 188, 202, 212, 222, 228, 258, 278, 294, 298, 302, 310, 311, 327, 330, 366, 374, 399, 435, 437.
-, coastwaiter, 83.
-, collector inwards, London Port, 230, 239.
-, collectors, 82, 90, 103, 143, 154, 158, 163, 165, 171, 204, 214, 231, 250, 252, 312, 313, 363, 367, 406, 430; allowances to, 189; directions to concerning Exchequer Bills, 196; punched money, 167; in the outports, directions to concerning moneys to be sent to London, 143; oath of, concerning clipped money, 154; payments by to vice-admirals for raising seamen, 189, 194; registering seamen, 41, 250.

Commissioners, Association to be signed by, 88, 132; commission, payment for passing, 133; payments by for coast watching, 340.

composition for debts, 339.

Comptroller-General of Accounts, 49, 216, 217, 226, 239, 306, 310, 311.

comptrollers, 213, 214, 292, 312, 313, 369, 392.

customers, 185, 214, 253, 315, 329, 345, 350, 376.

debentures, claim for drawback on, 342; for impost drawback, payment of, 68; frauds on, 33, 41, 45, 46, 217, 238, 239.

debts, prosecution of, 33.

duties, Additional Impositions upon several goods and merchandizes, Act for (4 Wm. & Mary, c. 5), 143; account of loans on, 317; estimated yearly produce from, 322; estimate of deficiency on, 318; loan on, 325.
-, drawback on, 41, 224.
-, loan on, 19.
-, New Customs granted for 5 years from 25 Dec., 1694, by the Act (6–7 Wm. & Mary, c. 3), appropriation out of for the third 4s. aid, 318; estimate of deficiency on, 318.
-, on blubber, 168.
-, on chocolate, 156.
-, on coals, 24, 49, 72, 94, 182, 189, 205, 237; Act for (6–7 Wm. III, c. 18), 56; account of loans on, 317; loans on, provision for by the Act (7–8 Wm. III, c. 31), 319; payments out of, 300.
-, frauds on, 237, 249.
-, issues out of loans on, 338.
-, on coffee, estimate of deficiency on, 321.
-, on corn, imported, 64, 66.
-, on culm, 182, 189, 205.
-, on East India Goods. See East India Goods.
-, on Glasswares. See Glasswares.
-, on Plantations Goods. See Plantations.
-, on Salt. See Salt.
-, on tobacco, 239, 403. See also Wine Acts.
-, on whale fins, 168.
-, on wine. See Wine Acts.
-, One per cent., or Mediterranean duty on exports or imports from the Straits beyond Malaga in ships of less than two decks etc. (as by the Act of Frauds, 14 Car. II, c. 11), 252, 268, 332, 366, 420.
-, Tunnage and Poundage. See Customs—Tunnage.
-, exports and imports, account of customs and additional duties on demanded, 305.
-, Inspector-General of, 295.
-, Office, erection and establishment of, 44, 54, 264.
-, clerks of, salaries, 298.
-, trade balance of, 264.
-, frauds, Act of. See Customs—Act.
-, House, 42, 48, 72, 143, 194, 200, 240, 264, 296, 306, 322, 332, 392; tellers or receivers for moneys brought to, 111.
-, Imports. See Customs—exports.
-, Impost debentures, 48, 68; duties, 62, 239, 371.
-, jerquers, 360, 423.
-, King's store house, 282.
-, King's waiters, 88, 89, 91, 172, 188, 401, 429.
-, land carriagemen, 40, 42, 144, 207, 223, 224, 367, 429.
-, landwaiters, 79, 83, 154, 174, 188, 199, 204, 207, 208, 213, 223, 224, 265, 274, 286, 300, 301, 324, 351, 387, 392.
-, loan on, 262.
-, London port. See Customs— Officers.
-, meters, allowances to, 189.
-, New Customs. See Customs— duties.
-, noli prosequi entered against informations, 79, 323, 336, 342, 375, 377, 382, 393, 400, 433.
-, noontenders, 313, 367, 385, 411, 415.
-, Officers, directions to for hindering the French trade, 296; concerning money conveyed abroad, 12.
-, in the Plantations, lists of, 312, 313, 325.
-, London port, copying clerks of the warrants inwards and outwards in, 264; instructions to concerning impost duty on tobacco, 239; parchment books for, 134, 376, 377; patent officers of the bench in, 239; salaries, 83, 238, 279, 374, 437; tidesmen in fee, petition of, 258; tide surveyor's office in, register of ships in, 408.
-, outports, fees to the King's Remembrancer, 133, 376; parchment books for, 134, 376, 377; books, examiners of, 375; salaries, 84, 237, 280, 374, 437; salaries exempted from assessments, 220.
-, not to be appointed to places in which they reside, 58.
-, registering of seamen, 41.
-, visiting goods in private houses, 140, 145, 193, 282, 283, 287, 380, 437.
-, patent officers, 44, 292, 371; allowances to, 62, 292.
-, payments out of and payments into the Exchequer, 2, 67, 87, 150, 236, 243, 251, 327.
-, Petty, surveyors of, 445.
-, porters, 300, 301.
-, Receiver General of, 48, 167, 189, 196, 239, 299, 370.
-, revenue, account. See Customs— accounts; miscarriages in the managing of, 9.
-, riding officer, 304.
-, riding surveyors, 33, 257, 313, 392, 411, 415, 427.
-, searchers, 64, 66, 77, 90, 185, 213, 214, 224, 226, 234, 242, 252, 283, 286, 294, 411, 430.
-, seizures, 87, 90, 94, 108, 143, 146, 149, 163, 166, 174, 193, 201, 202, 204, 206, 209, 212, 223, 224, 231, 237, 242, 256, 262, 267, 270, 288, 289, 292, 299, 302, 310, 322, 323, 332, 370, 377, 380, 382, 403, 422, 426.
-, composition for, 249.
-, deficiency of, 331.
-, grant of a moiety of, to customs officers, 174, 212, 249, 267, 288, 292, 342, 380, 381, 392, 430, 433.
-, issues out of, 68, 77, 79, 168, 172, 176, 195, 199, 248, 265, 302, 309, 333, 344, 370, 392, 402, 419.
-, King's share of, 249, 289, 291, 292, 323, 324, 341, 377, 380, 400, 422; under the French Act, 201, 242, 288, 387.
-, payments into the Exchequer out of, 291.
-, solicitor to, 143; accounts of, see Customs—accounts.
-, surveyor for prizes, 83.
-, Surveyor-General of, 134.
-, surveyors, 66, 203, 213, 226, 249, 292, 300, 312, 313, 325, 328, 367, 411, 430.
-, three-fourths, 321, 322. See also Customs—Tunnage and Poundage.
-, tidesmen, 107, 108, 172, 204, 213, 224, 258, 300, 301, 311, 327, 332, 336, 344, 367, 371, 422, 430.
-, tide-surveyors, 203, 204, 234, 357, 369, 408, 411.
-, Tunnage and Poundage, 241, 252.
-, Act (12 Car. II, [c. 4]), 258; Act (2 Wm. & Mary, c. 4), three fourths of, account of loans on, 318; Act (5 & 6 Wm. & Mary, c. 20), 267, annuities on, 270, 319; Act (6 & 7 Wm. & Mary, c. 3), account of loans on, 317; Act (7 & 8 Wm. III c. 31) for taking off the duties upon tunnage of ships, 267, 270, 283; Acts, relief under, 251.
-, annuities on, 114, 283.
-, double and single, 160.
-, estimated yearly produce by the medium of the three years, 1694–6, 322.
-, five sevenths duty, deficiency of receipts from, 56.
-, payments for the management of, 258.
-, receipts, deficiency of, from 1 Jan., 1695–6 to 17 May, 1696, 30.
-, subsidies of, Act for appropriating, 102.
-, two sevenths duty, deficiency of receipts from, 56.
-, weekly payments out of for the Bank of England fund, 352, 398.
-, treasury, watch upon, 370.
-, waiters, 77, 90, 158, 185, 213, 214, 224, 226, 234, 252, 286, 411.
-, warehouse, 271, 329.
-, warehousekeeper, 98, 288, 350.
-, watchman, 199, 370.
-, waterman, 313.
-, weekly account of, 15.
-, weekly certificate of cash, 149.