Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16, 1700-1701. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.
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Eames, John, Surveyor, waiter and searcher at Beachley, Bristol port, 286.
Earle, Joseph, of Bristol, merchant, petition of, 237; and see Erle.
Easington, co. Durham, Newcastle port, riding officers at, 427.
East Greenwich, co. Kent, Royal manor 263, 273; Hobby Stable in, 193, 263; mews and stable keeper at see Pechey, Thomas, Old court in, 193.
-, -, -, Royal manor of, waterworks on, 274; steward of. See Romney, Earl of.
East India Company and goods and trade and traders. See Subject matter Index (East India).
East Indies, private traders to, 91, 209.
- Marsh, near Cork Harbour, 318.
East, Michael, a Commissioner for Hawkers and Pedlars, 69, 298.
East New Jersey, province of, 256, 353; colony of, 361; auditor of. See Depeyster, A.
-, collector at Perth Amboy, 353.
-, Surveyor of Duties under 25 Car. II, c. 7. See Quarry, Robert.
-, Smithfield, near the Tower, Hartshorne Brewery. See Navy Victualling Brewhouses.
East, William, allowance as Clerk of the Estreats in the Court of Common Pleas, 147, 184.
Eaton Bridge. See Edenbridge.
Echlin (Ecklyn), Col. Robert, Regiment of Dragoons in Ireland, 89, 231; half pay to officers of, 314; remounting of, 438.
Eden, Ann, Queen Mary's pension to, 405.
-, Mrs., warrant for, 185.
Edenbridge (Eaton Bridge), co. Kent, lease of lands in, to Earl of Jersey, 231.
Edes, George, messenger to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 195.
Edgworth, —, Lieut. Col., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.
-, Fra., Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.
Edinburgh, Post Office at, 395.
-, and Berwick, post between accounted for to Treasury of Scotland, 395.
Edisbury, Joshua, lease of coal and lead mines in Hundred of Prestatyn, co. Flint, 188.
Edmonds, Isaac, proclamation reward for arrests, 174, 179.
Edmonton, co. Middlesex, manor of, Crown lease of, 416.
Edwards (Edward), —, clerk going to the Plantations as chaplain, 262.
-, -, Excise officer seizing brandy, 103, 104.
-, Daniel, printer of seditious poem against the King, 373.
-, Edward, payment to, 96; petition for award in obtaining verdict against unlawful wool exporting, 334, 347.
-, Gilbert, Captain, to have a place in Chelsea Hospital, 25, 54, 228.
-, Llewellen, 133.
-, Robert, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.
-, Stephen, waiter and searcher at Wisbech, 196.
-, Thomas, a waiter of four and half per cent Duty in Barbados, 189.
-, -, tidesman Inferior List, London port, 369.
Edwin (Edwyn), Samuel, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 65; issue to for necessaries delivered to officers of the Receipt, 152, 226, 265, 296, 340.
Egerton, John, lease of Hundred of Bucklow, co. Cheshire to, 28, 398.
-, John, 4th Earl of Bridgewater, a Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 188; a Lord of the Admiralty attending Treasury meeting, 32, 35, 50.
-, Philip, lease of Hundred of Broxton, co. Chester for, 152, 302.
-, Thomas, 398.
-, William, 398.
Egham, co. Surrey, tax allowances for rent charges of lands in, 241.
Elder, David, Royal Surgeon, 346.
Eldridge, —, tenements at Richmond, in possession of, 407.
Elizabeth, Queen, grant of tithe barn in Frankton, co. Warwick by, 197.
Ellesdon, Captain, seizure of wool by, 142.
Elliott, William, Surveyor General of Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Berks., 255, 363.
Ellis, John, Comptroller of the Mint, 19, 21, 66, 72, 268.
-, -, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for Norfolk, 128, 294, 331.
-, Humphrey, reward for discovering embezzling of Navy stores at Portsmouth, 291.
-, Thomas, junior, Excise debtor to the Crown, 250, 319.
Ellyot, alias Walker, Elizabeth, House and Wardrobe Keeper at Newmarket, 144, 356.
Elphinston (Elphinstone), —, Queen Mary's bounty to, 41.
-, Charles, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.
-, Lady, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.
Elton, Abraham, merchant of Bristol and owner of ship George, hired by Transport Commissioners, 167, 258.
-, alias Martin, Thomas, lease of lands in co. Berks., 206.
Elwell (Elwill), Daniell, landwaiter, London port, 220.
-, -, Sir John, Receiver of Duties on Houses etc. for Devon and Exeter, 128, 140, 150.
Ely, Isle of, co. Cambridge, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., 125, 130, 293.
Emanuel College, Cambridge University, perpetuity to. 147, 185, 249, 384, 415.
Embree, Joseph, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.
Emilian, Gabriel, chaplain to Plantations, passage money for, 220.
Enfant, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.
England, B., 120.
England and Wales, Surveyor General of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 197.
English, Jasper, 53, lease of King's Meadow at Hampton Court, 225, 265; issue to, for works in meadows at Hampton Court, 354; petition for equivalent in lieu of lands surrendered to King at Hampton Court, 70, 266, 275, 281, 282; Under housekeeper at Hampton Court, 81, 266.
-, John, tidesman at Bristol port, 259.
-, Joseph. See Jasper.
Epworth, co. Lincoln, grant of manor at, 353.
Erle, Thomas, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiters, attending King into Holland, 447.
-, -, Major General, 281.
Each, Jacob Vander, Commissioner of the Stamp office, 15; Deputy Paymaster of Dutch Forces, 322.
Escott, Alfred, 160.
-, -, wife of, 160.
Escott, Richard, of Charham (Charlton), co. Somerset, 159, 160.
Escourre, — L', French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.
Esperendieu, — D', French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.
Espois, Captain Augustus, de L', half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.
Essex county, 168, 251, 353.
-, Auditor of Crown revenues, 155, and see Aldworth, William, and Shales, H.
-, hoymen of, 65.
-, Receiver of assessments for, 150, 294.
Essex, Earl of. See Capell, A.
Establere, —, L', French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.
Estaunier, Isaac, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.
Estoll, Nicholas, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.
Estrille, —, L', French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.
Eton College, perpetuity to, Provost and Fellows of perpetuity to, 147, 249.
-, petition for lease of St. Christopher's Inn in Eton, 241.
Ettrick, —, Counsel, 56, 97.
Eugene, Lieut. Joseph Ternac de St., payment to, 335.
Eure, Ralph, 7th Lord Eure, petition of, 61.
Eva, John, landwaiter at Penryn port, 176.
Evans (Evance) —, Surveyor of Navy Yards at Portsmouth, 376.
-, Griffith, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 171.
-, Mary, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.
-, Sir Stephen, Commissioner for Wine Licences, 424; King's Jeweller, 60; issue to, 61, 252.
-, Walter, waiter and searcher at Swansea port, 209.
Evelyn, [John], account for the Sick and Wounded, 115.
Everdon, Aron, master of ship Hope, 237.
Evesham, co. Worcester, 207.
Exeter, City of, Mint in. See Mint (Country.)
-, -, Post Office, new road to Chester, 246.
-, -, Receiver General of, 150, 151, 294.
- county, Assessment Commissioners arrears, 329.
-, -, Receiver General of Assessments and House Duties, 150, 294.
-, Diocese of, Tenths of, 375.
- port, Comptroller of, 272.
Eyles, Francis, Army remittances to Holland, 52, 73, 75, 76; loan by, 37; a Trustee for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 142.
-, Sir John, Army remittances to Holland, 75.
Eyre, Charles Nicholas, a carver to Queen Mary, payment to, 400.
-, Justice in, Trent North. See Cavendish, William, Duke of Devonshire.
Eyres, Samuell, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.
- William, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.