Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16, 1700-1701. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.
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Jewel House, King's goldsmith. See
-, Master of, 130, 162, 165, 250, 252, 299, 355, 357, 380, 399, 409; and see Godfrey, Charles; Montague, Heneage.
-, plate and jewels delivered into by the King's goldsmith, 250, 252.
-, delivering out of, to Ambassadors, Secretaries of State and other Officers of State, 93, 165, 189, 214, 299, 302, 334, 355, 357, 366, 399; discharge of, 80, 299, 395.
-, recovery of, 101, 112, 162, 326.
-, for King's christening gifts, 130, 380, 409.
-, regulations as to deliveries or provision of jewels out of, 20, 165, 166.
-, silver plate of officers of State melted during the great Recoinage, 357.
-, Yeoman of, office of to be sunk, 80.
Jewels, King's jeweller. See Evans.
(Evance), Sir S.
-, presents of to foreign Ambassadors on their taking leave, 61, 165; list of, 252.
Judge Advocate. See King's Advocate. Court of, 28.
Judges of Chester. See Jekyll, Sir Joseph,
Lovell, Sir S.
-, issues to, 172, 280, 316, 411.
-, of England, the 11 Judges at Westminster, of the King's Bench, Common Pleas Exchequer and the Judges of Chancery, 21, 72.
-, issues to, 115, 164, 183, 280, 316, 411.
-, for names of Judges. See Common Pleas; Exchequer Court (Barons of); King's Bench.
-, Ireland. See Ireland.
Jury of goldsmiths at Trial of Pyx. See Mint, (Pyx).
Justice Hall. See London & Westminster (Streets and places in).
Justices of Peace, demands made by on Excise Collectors for impressing of seamen, 236.
King's Advocate General [in the Courts
Ecclesiastical]. See Cook, Sir
John; Pinfold, Sir T.
-, Almoner or Lord Almoner. See Worcester, Bishop of, 41, 58, 425; issues to, 26, 80, 156, 240, 425, 427.
-, sub-almoner, establishment of, issues for, 80, 427.
-, Daily Alms, 120, 156; issues for to the Treasurer of the Chamber, 156, 240, 425, 427.
-, to be paid in one office, 427.
-, apothecary to the Household.
-, See Jones, William.
-, to the King's person. See Chase, James; Rottermondt, Abraham, 79, 184; attending the King into Holland, 447.
-, barbers, attending the King into Holland, 447.
-, barges, 139, building of, 346.
-, gondola keeper, 112.
-, Master of, 184; allowance to, in lieu of bills, 81; 112; and see Warner, J. watermen, 346.
-, beagles. See Royal Beagles.
-, Bedchamber. See Royal Bedchamber.
-, Beam. See New York, duty on goods weighed at.
-, Beer buttery. See Royal Household.
-, Bench, abuses committed by attorneys in, 156.
-, Chief Justice of. See Holt, Sir John.
-, Crown office of, 191; Clerk to, salary of, 387; and see Wintour, Robert.
-, Ireland. See Ireland.
-, Body, squires of, 81.
-, Yeomen of the Guard, 68, 80, 81, 302.
-, Bows, gentleman of. See Beaubuisson, Peter.
-, attending King in Holland, 447; assistant to, 447.
-, Buckhounds. See Royal (Buckhounds).
-, christening gifts, 130, 380, 409.
-, Chapel, see Royal Chapel.
-, clock and watchmaker. See Herbert, Thomas.
-, bills of, signing of, by Lord Chamberlain, 429.
-, Closet Keeper. See Kien, Rudolph.
-, coach house at Kensington. See Kensington.
-, Counsel at law, annuity to, 165, 271.
-, question of giving receipts for fees, 388.
-, Daily Alms. See King's Almoner.
-, drummers. See King's (trumpeters).
-, Falconer. See Royal Hawks, master of.
-, Fifes. See King's (trumpeters).
-, fines in Chancery. See Alienation; Hanaper; Penal statutes; Post Fines.
-, Forests. See Woods.
-, gardener. See London, George.
-, gardens. See Royal Gardens.
-, goldsmith. See Shales, Charles.
-, graver of seals. See Harris, Henry.
-, Harriers, 51, 184, 352, 355; Master of, See Latten, John; Tancred, Christopher.
-, Hawks, Master of, fees to, 88, 91, 95, 173, 184, 286, 325; and see Chaffinch, W.; Felton, Thomas.
-, Pensionary Falconers of, issue to, 80.
-, Sergeant and Falconers of, 80.
-, Honors, Manor and lands. See Manors.
-, manors, surveyor of, for co. and city of Chester, 421. See Bowden, Thos.
-, horses, carrying to Holland, 227; and see Royal (stables).
-, mares, colts and stallions at Hampton Court, 122.
-, racing horses, 61, 245.
-, Huntsmen, horse and foot, 80.
-, jeweller, 166; and see Evance, Sir Stephen; and see Jewels.
-, Joiner to the Works. See Fort, Alexander.
-, Justices, Secretary to. See Yard, Robert.
-, laundress [body linen]. See Lowman, Mrs.
-, letters, carrying of, from Hampton Court etc. See Court Post.
-, librarian. See Bentley, Richard.
-, library keeper [in Ireland]. See Bucheron, Monsieur.
-, locksmith, Bache, William, widow of, issue to, 347; and see Greenway, Robert.
-, master bricklayer. See Works.
-, Maundy. See Maundy.
-, meadows. See Hampton Court.
-, money. See Civil List Funds.
-, music. See Royal musicians.
-, necessary woman attending King in Holland, 447.
-, Pages of Honour. See Royal Bedchamber.
-, painter. See Kneller, Sir G.; Verrio, Signor.
-, physicians, 81; and see Blackmore, Sir R.; Harrold [Harrell]. Dr.; Harris, Dr.; Hutton, Dr.; Lawrence, Dr.; [Millington, Sir Thos.]
-, picture or miniature as present to Ambassador from France, 252.
-, pictures, 81, 184; and see Mantegna, Andrea, keeper of. See Sonius, Francis.
-, repairer and surveyor of. See Walton, Parry.
-, repairing of, 387.
-, Plate. See Newmarket.
-, presents of plate for christening gifts. See Jewel House.
-, to ambassadors. See Jewels.
-, printers, 12, 140, 159, 175, 237, 332; and see Brewster, Edw.; Hill, Gilham.
-, private armories, Bowes and Setting dogs, keeper of. See Beaubuisson, Peter G.
-, lodgings, 419.
-, Procurator General [in the Courts Ecclesiastical]. See Smith, Thomas.
-, race horses. See King's (horses).
-, rat killer. See Hester, William.
-, revels. See Revels.
-, Remembrancer. See Exchequer (Court).
-, sempstress. See College, Mrs.; Ireland, Jane.
-, serjeant surgeon. See Van Loon, William.
-, starcher, See Ireland, Mrs.
-, staghounds, issues for, 49.
-, stock in New East India Company, 45.
-, sub-almoner. See King's almoner.
-, surgeon to the Household. See Elder, David; Gardiner, Thomas.
-, to the King's person. See Roujott, Stephen.
-, tennis courts. See Royal tennis courts.
-, Treasure (in the Exchequer Receipt), charge of. See Low, John.
-, trumpeters and drummers, 63.
-, allowance to out of Great Wardrobe, 60.
-, drums and fifes, 79.
-, -, waiter. See Tallman, William.
-, watchmaker. See Herbert, Thomas.
-, watermen. See King's (barges).
-, way to Kensington, 398.
-, ways (private roads and ways or ways, gates and bridges), 184, repairs to, 398.
-, Keeper of. See Studholme, Michael.
-, surveyor of, 383; and see Lawrence, Andrew.
-, yacht Charlott, commander of. See Macks, Capt.
-, furniture for, 395.
Knight harbinger, 346; issue to, 347;
fee as, 373, 413; and see Blackwell,
Sir L.; Smith [Simon]; Thurston, Malachie.
-, deputy attending King into Holland, 346, 447.