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Nalve, —, La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Nance, William, tidesman and boatman at Falmouth, 381.

Nanny, —, Mrs., Queen Mary's Charity to, 403.

Napper, Edward, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, Francis, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Narborough, Sir John, Fleet of, 32, 35.

Narova, Gulf of Finland, Factors at, bringing beaver skins to London, 269.

Nash, Samuell, a purveyor to the Navy, 26, 28, 55, 173.

Nassau, Henry de. See Auverquerque, H. de Nassau.

-, de Zulestein, William Henry, Earl of Rochford, Master of the Robes, 322.

-, Saarbuck, Ludovicus Crato, Count of, arrears of pay of, as Lieutenant General and Colonel of Foot Regiment, 377.

Navarre (France), wines from, 386.

Navez, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Nayler, Peter, Deputy to Postmaster of Warrington, 427.

Neale (Neal, Niel), Roger, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Thomas, Chief Officer of Transfer Office, 267; Commissioner for coining farthings, 7, 124, 125, 163, 301; Master of the Mint, 260, 301; accounts as, 82, 253, 257, 273.

-, -, Groom Porter to the Royal Household, 323.

Neave (Neve). Phillip, Serjeant-at-Law, Chief Justice of Pembroke, Cardigan and Carmarthen, 270.

-, William, Second Serjeant, Ireland, attending Court of Claims, 79, 88, 310, 318.

Needham, alias Smith, Eleanor, Royal Oak Lottery pensioner, 422.

Needler, Culverwell, clerk assistant attending House of Commons, 325; instructions to, concerning legal payments, 388.

Negrerie, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Negus, Francis, Surveyor of the Stables, 333; issues to, 98, 131, 179, 347.

Neire, Thos., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 445.

Nesbitt (Nesbit) Hugh, Quartermaster, half pay on Irish Establishment, 231, 438.

-, John, Quartermaster, half pay on Irish Establishment, 231, 438.

-, William, Cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Netherhall, co. Essex, manor of, 353.

Neuville, —, De, pensioner on Irish Establishment, 337.

Neve. See Neave, Le Neve.

Nevill, —, rent of house of, paid by Queen Mary's charity, 403.

-, Edward, a surety for postmaster of Ipswich, 241.

-, Mary, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

-, Sophia, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Nevilt, —, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Nevis, Island of, Act of Assembly in, 357; Council of, 198; President of, 181; Lieutenant Governor of, 181, 198.

New Chart in Westerham, co. Kent, lease of, to the Earl of Jersey, 232.

New Cross Ridings. See Windsor Forest.

New England, Provinces of, 360, 361, 326; Captain General and Commanderin-Chief of. See Bellomont, Earl of; Andros, Sir E.

-, -, Governor of, 352.

-, -, letter of credit to, 217.

-, -, Ministers in, Queen Mary's charity to, 402.

-, -, territory captured from King Philip, 361.

New Forest, 215, 323.

-, Denny Lodge and Walk in, 230.

-, felling timber in, 230; sale of to be distributed as salaries to officers and keepers in, 196.

-, stolen timber in, 376.

-, Woodward of. See Pyle, Edward.

New Hampshire, Province of, Captain General and Commander-in-Chief of, 234. See Bellomont, Earl of.

-, -, Deputy Collector of, 124.

-, -, Deputy Governor of, 371. See Partridge, William.

-, -, Duties of Imposts on Goods and Merchandise, 361.

-, -, Duty of Excise, 361.

-, -, Revenues of, 361.

-, -, Tax and Assessments on persons and estates, 361.

New Jersey, East Colony. See Jersey.

-, West Colony. See Jersey.

New Lodge Walk. See Windsor Forest.

New Park. See Richmond Park.

New Sarum, City of, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for. See Child, John.

New York, Province of, 153, 411.

-, -, Act of Assembly in, 360.

-, -, Attorney General for, 153, 323, 414; and see Broughton, S. S.

-, -, Captain General and Commander-in-Chief of. See Bellomont, Earl of.

-, -, Castle of, grant of lands as held of, 235.

-, -, Chief Justice of, 323, 414; and see Attwood, William (Samuel).

-, -, Collector at and Receivers of Revenue at, 234, 259, 410, 411; and see Brook, C., Weaver, T.

-, Companies and Regiments in, 88, 92, 94, 119. See Army, New York.

-, -, -, Agent to. See Champante, John.

-, -, Comptroller of Customs at. See Carter, W., Palmer, Thomas.

-, -, Council of, 410.

-, -, Deputy Auditor of Public Accounts, 411.

-, -, Duty on goods weighed in King's Beam on, 360.

-, -, Excise in Liquors, 360.

-, -, Governor of, Captain General and Commander in Chief. See Bellomont, Earl of; Cornbury, Visct., allowance to, 362; Equipage of going to, 103, 352, 376; salary of, 367, 410; and see Fletcher, Benjamin.

-, -, Impost on furs exported and Indian trade, 360.

-, -, Impost on goods and merchandise imported, 360.

-, - Public Accounts in, Deputy Auditor of. See Courtland, [Stephen].

-, -, Quit Rents in, 360.

-, -, Revenues, 362.

-, -, Stores for his Majesty's Forces in, 227.

-, -, Surveyor and auditor of Revenues arising in, 256; deputy to. See De Peyffer, A.

-, -, transportation of Clergy to, 195.

Newberry, William, Surveyor of Coastwaiters, London port, 129.

Newbiggin, Newcastle port, waiter and searcher at, 427.

Newcastle, co. Stafford, 163.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 175, 426.

-, Assessment Commissioners, arrears of, 329.

-, port of, 427; Customs officers, 48, 129, 130, 155, 218, 240, 295, 398, 423, 427.

-, proposal for better guard of the port, 399, 427.

-, Receiver General of Assessments, 293.

-, Sick and Wounded at. See Sick and Wounded.

Newcastle, County Pennsylvania, 235, 361, 417.

-, Auditor of the Revenues in, 256, 360, 361.

-, Collector of Customs at. See Birchfeild, F., and Lowman, S.

Newcastle, Duke of. See Holles, John.

Newcomen, Dame Sarah, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 405.

Newey (Newy), Charles, Captain, fine for assaulting a constable, 130, 408.

Newfoundland, 174, 218.

-, Clerk going as Chaplain to, 229.

-, Clothes detailed for soldiers in, 243.

-, Companies and regiments in, 10 66, 138, 200, 217, 218, 233, 264; recruits for, 262.

-, Expedition to, 10, 217.

-, King William's Fort, 174.

-, New Establishment for, 60.

-, Ordnance Stores free of Customs to, 237.

-, St. John's Fort, erecting and repairs at, 237.

Newgate Prison, 19, 130, 135, 334.

Newington, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for City of London, 255, 374.

Newland, in Manor of Carradon, co. Cornwall, 239.

Newlyn, Penzance co. Cornwall, 176; preventive officer at, 130, 201; waiter and searcher at, 201, 202.

Newmarket, cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, 302.

-, -, King's house and gardens at, 146, 184, 383; house and wardrobe keeper at. See Ellyot, Eliz., Walker, T., keeper of gardens at. See Ford, Robert.

-, -, piece of ground at, called Hand and Sword, 206.

Newmarket Races, King's Plate for, 13.

Newport. See Nieuport.

-, co. Monmouth, waiter and searcher, 423.

Newport, Francis, 1st Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household, 174, 182, 218, 338; deducting tax on salaries of Household officials, 322; petition of, 63.

-, Thomas, the Honourable, Commissioner of Customs, 410.

Newton, Edward, riding officer at Romney, Dover port, 364.

-, Henry, Advocate for Prizes, chancellor of the Diocese of London and one of the Masters in Chancery, 27.

Newton, Isaac, master and worker of the Mint, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 21, 22, 72, 165, 200, 235, 265, 301, 323, 426; accounts of, 122; issues to, 82, 273; surplusage on his account, 257; Warden of the Mint, 323.

-, [John] Lieut.-Col., commander of King's Own Regiment of Foot Guards, 225.

-, Thomas, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, 206; surplusage of, 382.

Newry Mountains, Ireland, barrack for Army in, 340.

Newy. See Newey.

Nicholas, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

-, —, Captain, delinquent revenue collector, Ireland, 239.

-, Edward, Treasurer and Receiver General to Queen Mary, 33, 41, 42, 51, 56, 62, 118, 168, 185, 212, 236, 244, 248, 252, 260, 267, 274, 310, 322, 323, 335, 344, 345, 437, 400, 404, 405, 407; issues to, 64, 121, 129, 251; lists of Queen's pensioners and servants, 32, 92; office of, list for, 111.

- Sir John, a Clerk of the Privy Council, payment as, 286, 383.

-, William, Controller at Chester port, 338, 413.

Nicholl, Thomas, Executor, 192.

Nicholls, Ralph, tidesman, Whitby Port, 409.

Nicholson, Charles, Capt., company of subsistence to, 430; half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

- [Francis], Col., letter concerning revenues for Virginia, 202, 203, 204.

-, John, waiter of the four and a half per cent duty in Barbados, 189.

Niel, —, 7.

Nieuport, Flanders, port of, settling postal and packet business at, 201.

Nightingall, Emanuell, waiter and searcher at Newbiggin, Newcastle port, 427.

Nissole, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Noble, Arthur, Major, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Noden (Norden), Charles, merchant, Bermudas, 45, 46, 210, 216.

Norcliffe, Benjamin, steward of the Courts of the dissolved monastery of St. Mary's, York, 330.

-, Fairfax, Sheriff of county of York, surplusage of, 420.

Norfolk county, Auditors of Crown Land Revenue of, 155, and see Aldworth, W., Shales, H.

-, Collector of Excise for, 130, 165, 209.

-, Commissioners of Assessments, arrears of, 329.

-, deficiencies in tax receipt moneys, 31.

-, leases of lands and tenements in, 223.

-, Receiver general of Assessments and Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 127, 128, 140, 150, 156, 254, 269, 293, 294, 331, 348, 372, 425.

-, Sheriff of, 372; and see Long, Nathan.

-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 254.

- wine licences, 408.

Norfolk, 14th Duke of. See Howard, Henry.

Norris, John, 174.

North Gate Prison, Chester. See Chester.

North Wales. See Wales (North).

Northampton county, 154, 163, 164.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Land Revenues for, 126 and see Finnis, Samuel.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments of Duties on Houses and Marriages for, 150, 294, 397.

Northampton, town of, escheated lands in, 224.

Northampton, Virginia, Collector of Customs at. See Scarburgh, C., Scarburgh, H.

Northern Borders, wool running into Scotland from. See Wool running.

Northey, Edward, of Middle Temple, Attorney General, 307, 355, 399, 408; fee as, 387.

Northstead, co. York, Queen Catherine Jointure lands, 416.

Northumberland county, receivers general of assessments of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 140, 186, 293, 397.

-, Surveyor of House Duties, 186, 397.

-, unlawful export of wool to Scotland from, 334; and see Wool running.

-, Duke of. See FitzRoy, George.

Norton, [James], Colonel, Independent Company of, in the Leeward Islands, 344; muster rolls of, 336.

-, Owen, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Norwich, co. Norfolk, 408.

-, Bishop of, 67.

-, county, Collector of Excise for, 165.

Norwich county, Receiver General for parts of. See Briggs, A.

-, Dean and Chapter of, pension out of fee farm rents, 379, 388.

-, Gaol, delinquent receiver in, 348, 372.

-, Mint. See Mint, Deputy Master and Worker of. See Redhead, A.

-, wine licences in, 408.

Norwood, Col. [Henry], Treasurer of Virginia, 202.

-, Elizabeth, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Nottinghamshire county, 176, 363.

-, -, assessment Commissioners, arrears of, 329.

-, -, auditor of Crown Land Revenues for, 155. See Aldworth, W.

-, -, Receivers General of Assessments of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 124, 127, 187, 294.

-, - correction of overpayment of accounts of, 168, 187.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Land Revenues for. See Cutler, Sir J.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for, 187.

-, -, Surveyor of House Duties, 124.

Nottingham, Lord. See Finch, Daniel.

Nuttall, John, Receiver General of Assessments of Duties on Houses and Marriages for Surrey and Southwark, 126, 293, 308, 400, 418; process against, 428.

O.

Oagle, William, dismissed tidesman, 381.

Oakover, Sarah, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Oatlands House, Surrey, 241.

Obry, Davis, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

O'bryan, Jesyna, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Odat, Jean (John), French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 169, 436.

Offenbach, The School of, Queen Mary's charity to, 402.

Offlow Hundred, co. Stafford, Commissioners of Assessments in, irregular proceedings of, 122, 123.

Ogle, Samuel, a Commissioner of Revenue in Ireland, 28.

-, Thomas, junior, coastwaiter at Hull, to be landwaiter at Stockton, 313, 379.

-, -, senior, 379.

-, -, Capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Old Barge House at Richmond, lease of, 407.

Old Blockhouse. See Sandfort Castle.

"Old Beatrix" Queen Mary's Charity to, 403.

Old Court in Greenwich, manor of. See Greenwich (Manor).

Oldfield (Oldfeild), Thomas, of St. Margarets, Westminster, 311; counterfeiting tallies in Exchequer receipt, 279.

Olds, William, Esq., Gentleman Usher quarter waiter to Queen Mary, payment to, 400.

Oldy, Alexander, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Oliver, John, Master Mason to the Works, 395.

-, Samuel, Surveyor for Duties on Houses and Marriages for Norfolk, 354, 344.

Orange, Principality of, Spanish wines imported from as French, 379, and see Wine Frauds.

Orban, John, Captain Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Orde, Edward, tidesman at Newcastle port, 295.

-, Lancelot, waiter and searcher at Blythnook, 398.

Orford, Earl of. See Russell, Edw.

Orkney, Earl of. See Hamilton, G.

Ormsby, —, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 207.

-, William, payment to, 275.

Orton, Edward, coastwaiter, London port, 129, 270.

Osborne, Chas., pension payments to, 68, 273, 292, 315.

-, John, boatman at Hull, 259.

-, Sir John, gentleman Usher of Queen Mary's Privy Chamber, payment to, 400.

-, Peregrine, Viscount Carmarthen, Marine regiment of, 128; issue to, 142, 212; petition of, 61.

-, Thomas, 1st Duke of Leeds, President of Privy Council, royal bounty to, 143.

Oséville, —, Madame d', French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Osnaburgh, Bishop of, 252; Envoy Extraordinary from. See Chassignet, Baron.

Ossory, Bishop of. See Hartstongue, J.

-, Diocese, grant of impropriations to clergy of, 283.

Ostend (Flanders), port of, 201.

Ostins, Barbados, 209.

-, -, Collector of four and a half per cent Duty at. See Hooper, D.

Overhall, co. Essex, 353.

Overton, Benjamin, Commissioner for Customs, 410; Warden of the Mint, 227, 323.

-, Philip, Capt., Marine Regiment of, 47; issue for, 212.

Owen, —, 104, 105.

- Sir Arthur, an Assessment Commissioner for Anglesea, petition of, 374.

-, Dame Margaret, petition of, 305, 420.

-, Hugh, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Michael. Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442, 444.

Owseley, Newdigate, petition of, 70.

Oxendon (Oxinden), George, Doctor of Civil Law, fee as professor of Civil Law at Cambridge University, 147, 249; Judge Official and Commissary of Court of Admiralty of Cinque Port, salary as, 279.

Oxford, Bishop of. See Talbot, W.

- City, assessment Commissioners of, arrears of, 376.

- Countess of. See de Vere, Diana.

- County, receiver General of assessments of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 55, 57, 83, 84, 126, 140, 150, 229, 294, 428.

-, - Receiver of Crown Land Revenues, 126.

-, -, Sheriff of surplusage on, 417.

- Earl of. See de Vere, A.

-, University, Arabic Professor at, 249. See Hyde, Dr. T.

-, -, Civil Law, Professor of, warrant for, 185, and see Boucher [Bourchier], Dr. Thomas.

-, -, Reader in, issue to out of Civil List, 249.

-, -, Divinity Lecturer, warrant for, 185.

-, -, Lady Margaret, perpetuity for Divinity lecture, 249; Physic, Doctor of. See Hay, Thomas.

-, -, Physic, Reader of, or Prelector on Medicine, in, 133, 163, 249. See Hoy, Thomas; Laffe, J.