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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17, 1702. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.

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GENERAL INDEX.A.

GENERAL INDEX.

A.

Abbadie, James, servant of the Household, tail carttaker, 1001.

Abbington, Antho. Capt. in Maj. Gen. Erle's Foot, 1117.

Abbot, Mordecai, Customs Cashier, 465; his widow, 465.

-, Richard, painter, work at the Horse Guards, 1172.

-, Robert, petition for place of Sergeant Painter, 416.

Abdy, Walter, waterman London port, 355.

Abell, Francis, Queen Mary's pensioner, 1055.

Abernathy (Abernethy), John, royal bounty to, out of secret service, 543.

-, Margaret or Marrat, royal bounty to, out of secret service, 764.

Abingdon, Earl and Countess of. See Bertie.

- (co. Oxford), 69.

Abrahall (and see Ebrall), Gilbert, one of the King's musicians, 1016.

-, William, Capt. in Col. Ed. Dutton Colt's Foot, 1131.

Academy. See Foubert, Major.

ACCOUNTS, auditing of. See Auditors, Imprests.
-, departmental. See each Department.

-, PUBLIC, Commissioners for taking and stating:
-, accounts certified to, 46, 256, 280, 631, 763, 767.
-, Act for [1 Anne, c. 4], 268.
-, Commissioners for (seven in number, Scobell, F., Bromley, W., Bridges, J., St. John, H., Copley, Sir G., Byerley, R., Coke, T.), 214, 222, 229, 256, 268, 354, 365, 435, 456.
-, incidents and salaries, 30, 214.
-, place of meeting (the Queen's Court at Westminster near the Court of Requests), 201.
-, precepts from, 201, 222, 360, 638.
-, secretary to, See King, Gregory.
-, the five Commissioners for Stating the debts of the Army, Navy and Transport (incorrectly styled the five Commissioners of Accounts).
-, Act for [13 Wm. III, c. 1], 272.
-, Commissioners (Morrice, T., Atkins, S., Lister, T, Farrer, W., Langton, G.), 19, 27, 163, 214, 255, 257, 277, 367, 405, 471, 1176, 1189, 1197.
-, office in York Buildings, 163.
-, plate for debentures, 19, 165.
-, report from, 10811204.
-, secretary to. See Lynn, Fr.
-, transport debentures. See Transport.

Acere, Mrs., Queen Mary's pensioner, 1056.

Ackie, William, Lieutenant in Col. Bochan's Regiment, 1147.

Acklam, William, tidesman London and Bristol, 431.

Acton, Richard, petition, 462, 465, 466; clothing Collingwood's Regiment, 285.

Adaire, Patrick, royal bounty to, 543.

-, William, Capt. in Col. Coote's Foot Regiment, 1115.

Adams, Benjamin, lands in Datchet Mead, 310.

-, Edward, petition concerning a discovery, 458.

-, Henry, landcarriageman London port, 425.

-, Jane, widow of Capt. Robert, 570.

-, John, royal bounty to, 662.

-, Robert, ensign in Major Gen. Erie's Regiment of Foot, 1119; Capt. Robert deceased, 570.

-, Simon, army pension, 1100.

-, Thomas, Capt. in Col. William Northcote's Regiment of Foot, 1128.

-, -, steward of the Courts of St. Mary's, Yorks, 281; petition, 462.

-, William, ensign in Col. Seymour's Regiment of Foot, 1131.

Adamson, Richard, a Groom of the Stables, 1012.

Addison, Robert, shipmaster, 136.

-, Thomas, petition, 458; loan to Sergeant Barcroft, 813; executor of Sir Joseph Williamson, 980.

ADMIRALTY, the, 96.
-, Cinque Ports, Admiralty. See Cinque Ports.
-, Council of Prince George as Lord High Admiral, 75, 79, 96, 102, 269, 335, 384, 397, 398, 431 see Hill, R.
-, Court, orders from, 424.
-, Droits and Perquisites, 323.
-, given to the public by the Prince of Denmark, 343, 406.
-, issues out of, 89, 94, 380.
-, Receiver Geneial of, 323, 326, 385. See Dodd, J., Corbett, A.; Rainsford, Mr.
-, salvage money, 406; Receiver of. See Crawley, R.
-, Solicitor to, 385. See Warters, J.
-, Instructions as to pay of Marine Regiments, 38, 39, 234.
-, Lord High Admiral (Thomas, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery from 18 Jan. 17012 to 20 May 1702), 13, 20, 32, 323; (Prince George of Denmark from 20 May 1702), 48, 84, 247, 269, 276, 285, 335, 343, 385, 394, 412, 437, 462, 473; warrants by, 406.
-, Lords (Commission of 23 Jan. 16901, Thomas, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; Sir Thomas Lee; Sir John Lowther; Sir Richard Onslow; Hy. Priestman; Anthony, Visct. Falkland; Robert Austen), 495, 500, 503, 511.
-, Lords (Commission of 4 April 1701, Thomas, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery; John, Lord Haversham; Sir Geo. Rooke; Sir David Mitchell; Geo. Churchill), 106; orders by, 8.
-, Office, refund of taxes to officers of. See Taxes (refund).
-, pirates' goods, 404.
-, refusing to make provision for prisoners of war, 493.
-, references of papers to, 71.
-, Secretary to. See Southern, James; Burchett, Josiah, 298, 384, 416, 495; franking letters to. 164.
-, tenths of prizes as Lord Admiral's share, 323, 473.
-, transporting Forces, 13.

Admiralty Court and Courts Ecclesiastical: Advocate General in, 407, 413. See Cook, Sir J., Oldys, Sir W.
-, prizes and condemnation and sale of prizes. See Prizes.
-, Procurator General in, 407. See Smith, Thomas.

Adney, Richard, receiving Lord Keeper Somers' salary, 697, 698.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London, 349.

Adriance (Adrianse), James, a Groom of the Stables to Wm. III, 1012.

-, Lowis, gunner of the Dutch train of Artillery in Ireland in 1691, 1178.

Africa, 132.
-, Company. See Royal (Africa).
-, ships for, protected from embargo, 126.

Agents for Taxes. See Taxes.

Aghrim. See Aughrim.

Agio on exchange rate for remittances for English Forces in the Netherlands, 102, 434.

Aglionby, Dr. William, Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 317, 320, 330.

Ahlfeldt. See Oldfeldt.

Aickin, Joseph, royal bounty to take him to Ireland, 804.

Ainsworth, John, poor rate collector, Kensington, 933.

Airey, George, in prison for a salt Duty debt, 418.

Aisby (Ayzeby) co. Lincoln, 266.

Aish (near Trematon, Cornwall), 320.

Aiskell, Humphrey, attorney of Katherine Lesley, 543, 608, 619.

Aix, Magdalen, arrears of army pension, 1108.

-, Mary, arrears of army pension, 1108.

Akie, William, Capt. in Col. Buchan's Regiment, half pay arrears, 1192.

Alamodes. See France (French) Alamodes.

Aland, Richard, assignee of Richard, Earl of Burlington, 950.

Alardis, Mr., secret service payment to, 670.

Albany (New York), royal bounty to Dutch minister at, 752.

Albemarle, Earl of. See Keppel, A. J. van.

-, late Duke of. See Monck.

Albert, Thomas, Receiver General of Land Tax assessments and of House Duties, co. Worcester, 200, 292, 307, 383, 394, 403.

Albin, William, shipmaster, 136.

Albuquerque, Franciscus Ferdinandus, 10th Duke of Albuquerque, orders by at Cadiz, 186.

Aldebert, Lieutenant in Brigadier Belcastel's Regiment of Foot, 1166.

Alden, John, shipmaster, 137.

Alder, William, running wool into Scotland, 250.

-, -, surveyor of Houses and of Marriage Duties, co. York, 349, 420.

Aldersey, Robert, engineer for water engines for Hampton Court fountains, 1061, 1073.

-, William, his Majesty's Agent at Hamburg [for the Hanse Towns], 3145, 988.

Alderson, Samuel, shipmaster, 166.

Alderton, William, messenger to the Taxes Commissioners, 430.

Aldham, Ann, royal bounty, 744.

-, William, royal bounty, 523, 546, 565, 577, 593, 613, 633, 684.

Aldred, John, searcher Yarmouth port, 329, 465, 466.

Aldrich, Edward, underkeeper of Richmond New Park, 331, 337, 391, 949.

-, Fran., petition, 465.

Aldworth, Richard, Receiver of Crown Lands for Co. Yorks, Durham, etc., 327.

-, William, an auditor of the Exchequer Court, 1, 106, 316, 665, 949.

Aleman, Lawrence, a Dragoon in Miremont's Regiment, 1179.

Alexander, William, junr., doorkeeper to the Customs Commissioners, 107.

-, -, senr., doorkeeper to the Customs Commissioners, 107; watchman London port, 107.

Alford, Marmaduke, yeoman of the Chapel Royal, 1006.

Alfreton (co. Derby), lease of coal mines, 161, 170, 185, 218, 270.

Algiers, 677.
-, Agent and Consul at. See Cole, R., Ambassadors.
-, christian captives in, redemption of. See Redemption.
-, Turkish refugee from, 793, 801, 814.

Alicante (Spain), Consul at. See Ambassadors (from England).

Alice Holt and Walmer Forest, co. Southampton, 975.

Alien estates, escheating of, 790, 802.

Aliens Duties. See Customs.

Alienations, fines on, issues out of for secret service, 695, 726.

- Office:
-, clerks in. See Halfpenny, B., Webb, T., 193.
-, clerk of Entries. See Webb, T.
-, Commissioners in as deputies to the Treasury Lords. See Saunderson, J., Villiers, H., Plott, T., 193, 241, 302, 451, 469; deputy to H. Villiers. See Shelton, R.
-, Establishment, 193.
-, Examiner of sureties. See. Johnson, C.
-, Master in Chancery in, for taking oaths and signing writs of Covenant and writs of Entre. See Morley, G., Freeman, W., 193, 243.
-, pensions on. See Pensions.
-, Receiver General of Fines for Alienations. See Boyle, C.
-, Treasury Lords authorised to appoint Commissioners as their Deputies to manage the office, 222, 520.
-, writs of Entr and Writs of Covenant, 297.

Alingham, John, carpenter to the Office of Works, 1061. See Allingham.

Allain, Theophilus, furnishing medicines for the Forces, 1190.

Allcock, John, Groom of the Stables to Wm. III, 1012.

Allen, Edward, Groom of the Pastry, 997.

-, Henry, messenger of the Chamber, 537, 1018.

-, Stephen, mayor of Gravesend and Milton, 554, 577, 582.

-, Susan, royal bounty to, 668, 681, 690, 697.

-, William, alderman of Chester, salt Duty debt, 163; transport of troops to Ireland, 350; receiving tax money from co. Salop, 509.

Allebone, Sir Richard, annuity out of the Post Office, 1060.

Allingham, William, secret service payment to, 763. See Alingham.

Allison, James, shipmaster, 125.

-, Richard, Lieut. in Brudenell's Foot, 1136.

Allonius. See Hallungius.

Almary, John, conductor in Dutch Artillery Train in Ireland, 1178.

Almoner, Lord. See Watson, Thos., bishop of St. Davids; Lloyd, William, bishop of Worcester, 21, 171, 496.
-, allowance since the Restoration, 101.
-, Daily Alms, 115, 1022.
-, establishment (in 1701), 115.
-, Maundy, 21, 115, 169; establishment allowance (in 1701), 1712.
-, poor at the Gate, establishment allowance (in 1701), 115.
-, sub almoner, 115.

Alphabetical Register of papers read at the Treasury Board, 436485.

Alsop, Mr., going as chaplain to Jamaica, 137.

-, John, page of the Scullery, 998.

Altermary, John, gunner in Dutch Artillery Train in Ireland, 1178.

AMBASSADORS, apartments for in the Cockpit, 219, 248, 254.
-, chapel furniture for, 153.
-, Civil List debt to at William's death, 9445, 9869, 1078.
-, Coronation medals to be double the value of Consuls' medals, 215.
-, a correspondent abroad, 74.
-, extraordinaries, 68.
-, gifts of plate to by William III, 13; ditto of jewels, 50.
-, ordinaries, 62, 133.
-, Greencloth expense of treating Ambassadors on their arrival, 33, 217.
-, Secret Service Agents. See Secret.

-, FROM ENGLAND TO
-, Algiers, Agent and Consul at. See Baker, Thos., Cole, Robt.
-, Alicante, Consul at, 705, 709. See Herne, Nicholas.
-, Bavaria, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Hill, Richard.
-, Berlin (Brandenburg or Prussia), charg d'affaires (remaining at Berlin for the [English] King's business). See Plantamour, Phil. Envoy to See Johnson, James.
-, Brunswick. See Ambassadors to Hanover.
-, Brussels or Spanish Netherlands, Resident at from England. See Eckhart, Johan Andrea, Secretary and Charg d'affaires at. See Marmande, Jacob Cere; sent to compliment the Governor of the Low Countries. See Borssele, Adriaen, heer van Geldermalsen.
-, Canaries, consul at. See Smith, Edmund.
-, Constantinople. See Ambassadors to Turkey.
-, Corua, Consul at, 717. See Parker, John.
-, Denmark, 39; Envoy Extraordinary to. See Vernon, James; Silvius, Sir George; Charg d'affaires and Resident. See Greg, Hugh.
-, France, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Jersey, Earl of; Manchester, Earl of; Portland, Earl of.
-, Frankfort, Secretary. See D'Avenant, Henry.
-, Geneva, Resident with the City and Republic of, 526; See D'Hervart, Philibert.
-, Genoa, Republic of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Blackwell, Sir Lambert.
-, Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary See Stepney, George: employed at Ratisbon, 315, 349 See Whitworth, C.: Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor and the States General See Marlborough, Duke of.
-, Secretary at Vienna. See Sutton, Sir Robert.
-, Consul at the Groyne, 706. See Parker, John.
-, Hague. See Ambassadors to States General.
-, Hamburg, Agent at. See Aldersey, Wm.; and See Ambassadors to Hanse Towns.
-, Hanover (Brunswick-Luneburg), Envoy Extraordinary to See Cressett, James: Ambassador to complement, 345. See Winchelsea, Earl of: Garter Envoy to. See King, Gregory; Macclesfield, Earl of.
-, Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Wych, Jo.; Rycaut, Sir P.
-, Holland. See Ambassadors to States General.
-, India, Ambassador to the Great Mogul, 167.
-, Madrid. See Ambassadors to Spain.
-, Portugal Envoy. See Scarborough, Sir Charles. Envoy extraordinary to, 256. See Methuen, John; Methuen, Paul.
-, Savoy, Envoy at Turin. See Poley, Edmund.
-, Smyrna, English Consul at, 380.
-, Spain, Envoy at Madrid, 186; Envoy Extraordinary, 749. See Stanhope, Alexander.
-, Spanish Netherlands. See Ambassadors to Brussels.
-, States General (to the Hague or to Holland), 59, 562; Envoy extraordinary. See Dursley, Visct. Ambassador Extraordinary for the Treaty of a General Peace. See Williamson, Sir Joseph; Stanhope, Alexander. Plenipotentiary for negotiations for national security, See Stanhope, Alexander. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Marlborough, Duke of. Secretary to. See Warr, Richard; house hired for, 530.
-, Sweden, Resident Agent. See Duncombe, Wm. Resident and subsequently Envoy Extraordinary. See Robinson, Dr. J.
-, Switzerland, Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons. See Coxe, Thomas; D'Hervart Philibert; Aglionby, Wm.
-, Tripoly, Agent and Consul General. See Lodington, Benjamin.
-, Turkey, Ambassador to. See Hussey, Sir Wm; Paget, Lord Wm.; Sutton, Sir Robert.
-, Tuscany, Envoy Extraordinary to Grand Duke of. See Blackwell, Sir Lambert.

-, T0 ENGLAND FROM
-, Bavaria, Envoy from Elector of, 364, 429; to congratulate Queen Anne's accession. See Widmann, Friedrich freiherr von (1702 JuneNov.)
-, Berlin. See Ambassadors (Prussia).
-, Denmark, Envoy from, 237, 429. See Stocken, Hans Heinrich baron von. Commissary of the Danish Forces (an army post not an ambassadorial post). See Wegersloffe, T.
-, Dutch. See Ambassadors from States General.
-, Germany, envoy extraordinary from Emperor of. See Jorger, Count Johann Josef.
-, Hanover (BrunswickLuneberg) Agent, See Hallungius, J., special Envoy from Elector and Electress to condole and congratulate. See Platen, Ernst August Count von.
-, Hesse Cassel, 429; Envoy from for condolence and congratulation See Dalwigk, Johann Reinhard freiherr von.
-, Morocco, Agents from, 31, 41, 58; Envoy from Tripoli, 914, 934; lodging of, 656.
-, Poland, Envoy from, 403.
-, Prussia, Secretary to ambassador from, 429.
-, Savoy, 429; Envoy Extraordinary. See Sallier de la Tour; and Maffei, Annibale Conte di; house rent for, 165; house in Arlington Street, 278; return home, 278.
-, Spain, Ambassador from. See Ronquillo, don Pedro.
-, States General, Envoy Extraordinary from, 96, 412, 416; ambassadors from, 237, 530; See Borssele van den Hooge, Adriaen heer van Geldermaslen; Cleveland House for (in 1689), 614.
-, Secretary to Embassy from, royal present to, 237, 328.
-, Tripoli. See Ambassadors to England from Morocco.
-, Venice, Ambassador from, 204; houses hired for the entertainment of, 778.

Ambler, Humphrey, a Groom of the Great Chamber, 1039.

Amboix, Fran de, petition in Ireland, 465.

Ambrose, Lawrence, of Charney, Berks, Receiver General of Land Tax, House Duties and Marriage Duties for co. Berks, 199, 382.

Amen, Maximillian van, a Groom Porter in Queen Mary's household, 1006; a Page of the Bedchamber attending William abroad, 1025; ditto to Queen Mary, 1026.

America, Auditor of the Plantations and his deputies there. See Blathwayte, William, and Plantations.
-, Customs. See Customs (Plantations); Four and a, Half per cent.
-, postal rates to. See Post Office.
-, Revenue, ships, trade and Duties etc. See Plantations; and See under each separate Plantation: Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermudas, Carolina, Hudson Bay, Jamaica, Leeward, Maryland, Massachusetts Bay, Nevis, New England, New Hampshire, New Providence, New York, Newfoundland, St. Christopher, Virginia, West Indies.

Amounderness, Co. Lanes., Master Forester of, 266.

Amsterdam (Holland), 271, 299, 493, 585.
-, Bank money of, 62.
-, banquier of (Poulle, Benjamin), 658.
-, exchange proposals for, 20.
-, postage of Italian letters for the English Post Office, 302.
-, remittances to, 26; and See Agio; Army (Flanders and Holland, remittances).

Anderson, Anders, shipmaster, 212.

-, Arthur, owner of salt works, 269, 451.

-, Edward, informer against wool exporters on the Scotch borders, 142, 250, 314, 444, 465, 476.

-, Francis, surety for Sir Hy. Brabant, 307, 418.

-, -, grandfather of Francis, 307.

-, Hans, shipmaster, 212.

-, John, of the Tin boats Ireland, arrear due to, 1093.

-, -, Lieutenant in Carmarthen's Regiment of Marines, 1141.

-, Thomas, clerk, going chaplain to Hudson's Bay, 702.

Anderton, Mary, of Londonderry, 607.

Andreas, , Major of Brigade, 175.

Andrew. See Andrews, Phineas.

Andrews, John, Quarter Master in Col. Wm. North cote's Foot, 1129.

-, -, Receiver General of Land Tax and House Duties and Marriage Duties for co. Warwick and Coventry, 199, 316, 383.

- (Andrew), Phineas, Commissioner for the Four and a Half per cent Duty [at Nevis] and collector of the Plantation Duties, 349.

-, Thomas, of London, interim Surveyor of Petty Customs, London port, 243.

-, -, pension out of Secret Service, 82.

-, William, receiving money for Philip Darcy, 555, 578, 595.

Ange, John, petition for place of Solicitor of Wine Licences, 233, 438.

Angibaud, Charles, Apothecary General to the Hospitals in Ireland, 11923.

Anglesea, Earl and Countess of. See Annesley.

-, County, 225, 691, 722, 756.
-, Chancellor and Chamberlain of, 232. See Bulkeley, R.; Cashel, Visct.
-, Justices of, 259, 282. See Peisley, W.; Gwyn, M.
-, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax, House Duties, Marriage Duties), 2001, 371. See Powle, C.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, 421. See Gwillim, T.

Angola in Guinea (West Africa), 137.

Anguis Emery, poor rate on Kensington Palace, 847.

Anhunoc (Henniniock) manor, co. Cardigan, 343.

ANNE, QUEEN:
-, Admiralty Droits, in her disposal, 406.
-, Apothecary to her person. See Chase, James; Rottermondt, Abr.; Pitt, Joseph.
-, at Hampton Court, 63.
-, attending the Treasury. See Treasury.
-, banner, helmet etc. for Windsor Chapel as Sovereign of the Garter, 88.
-, bassett table, 215.
-, Bedchamber, establishment. See Royal Bedchamber.
-, furniture of claimed by the Lord Great Chamberlain at her Coronation, 48, 261, 265.
-, birthday badges, 399, 431.
-, chaplains, 300.
-, Civil List. See Civil.
-, Closet Keeper to. See Thornbury, Gilbert.
-, Cofferer to. See Royal (Household Cofferer).
-, Consort of. See George (Prince of Denmark).
-, Coronation, 23, 25, 27, 47, 48, 64, 180, 181, 203, 207.
-, anointing, 219.
-, claims, 261.
-, details for, 186, 191; (Robes etc.), 197; (Works etc.), 480.
-, dinner, 46, 73, 186, 193, 248, 325, 334, 340.
-, furniture for the Abbey, 219.
-, jewels for, 407.
-, medals for, 194, 210, 237; and see Mint.
-, plate for, 188; plate stolen from Westminster Abbey at the Coronation, 261.
-, Queen's offerings in the Abbey, 219.
-, throne in the Abbey, 219.
-, service books for, 219.
-, decisions on petitions, etc. See Treasury (meetings).
-, East India Stock belonging to, 68, 72, 340.
-, Establishment of. See Chamber; Queen's; Royal.
-, gift of 100,000l. towards the war, out of her own Civil List (styled the Queen's Donative), issues out of, 34, 56, 67, 75, 76, 80, 229, 315, 336, 354, 358, 363, 425.
-, Household. See Royal Household.
-, image of, on the coins, 66, 164.
-, installation as Sovereign of the Garter, 340.
-, Lord Great Chamberlain to and his Coronation claims. See Lord (Great Chamberlain).
-, matters referred to by the Lord Treasurer and decisions taken by her on Treasury matters. See Treasury (meetings).
-, money due to from the Earldom of Chester on the death of Wm. III, 422.
-, Physicians. See Blackmore, Sir R.; Harrel, C.; Hutton, J.; Lawrence, T.; Millington, Sir T.
-, pictures of her, 429.
-, private pensions and charities. See Pensions (Nicholas's list).
-, Privy Purse. See Privy.
-, privy seals carried to her [for signature] at Hampton Court, etc., 63.
-, Progress to the Bath, 76, 338; transactions there, 353, 360.
-, receiving the sacrament at Easter, 178.
-, renewal of patents on her accession, 31.
-, Sovereign of the Garter, 376.
-, servants of. See Chamber (Treasurer); Royal (Household Establishment), allowances to in various Offices, 49.
-, signing Secret Service accounts, 939.
-, Thanksgiving service. See London (St. Paul's).
-, titular offices and officials of. See King's; Royal.
-, to be consulted in grants of places, 21.
-, Trustees for her Post Office and Excise settlements as Princess of Denmark, 179, 260.
-, warrants re-signed by her on her accession, 141.
-, Works Department, debt and accounts to be kept separate from those of William 111, 269.

Annesley, Arthur, sub-commissioner of prizes in Bristol port, 47, 260, 462.

-, the Honble. Arthur, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber, carrying the canopy at Wm, Ill's funeral, 198.

-, Arthur, Earl of Anglesea, 572; Vice Treasurer of Ireland, 155.

-, Capt. in Lord Lovelace's Regiment, 1175.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Anglesea, 58, 572, 594.

Annis, Richard, Page Keeper, Whittlewood Forest, 413.

ANNUITIES:
-, 99 years annuities under 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3 and 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5 (the Million Venture on the Excise by contributions on survivorship or on 14 per cent. annuities).
-, Act for, 97.
-, Register for in the Exchequer, 690.
-, renewal of lost orders on, 138.
-, Tellers' clerks in the Annuity Office charged with payment of, and frauds in, 360.
-, Transfer Office, 73, 229, 298, 344, 390.
-, vouchers for payments, 80, 360.
-, under the Bank of England Act (56 Wm. III, c. 20, for 300,000l. to be raised by sale of annuities secured on Two Sevenths of ships' Tonnage Duties as by this Act), 135, 729.
-, Act for, 766.
-, Deficiency under this Act payable out of the surplus of the 99 years annuities as above, 751; to be made good out of the Salt Act, 787.
-, Reversionary Annuities (under the Act 67 Wm. III, c. 5, as extended by 3 subsequent Acts 78 Wm. III, c. 2, 910 Wm. III, c, 74, 1112 Wm. III, c. 3). 279, 774.

Annuities Office in the Exchequer, cash frauds in and procedure of paying and vouching and checking, 80, 360.
-, several officers for, in the Exchequer, 347.
-, surplus of annuities, payments out of, 347.
-, tallies in, for purchase of annuities, 386.

Ansham. See Awnsham.

Anstey, Christopher, fire and candle for the Guard at Whitehall etc. 1180.

Anthonie, Mark, tailor to the Great Wardrobe, 1036.

Antigua (West Indies):
-, agent for, 125. See Carey (Cary), Richard.
-, agent for Prizes at, 346. See Gibbs, Robert.
-, postal rates to, 406.
-, ships going to, 125, 166, 182.

Antrim, Samuel, surveyor of House Duties and Marriage Duties, co. Dorset, 349, 420.

Antrim, Earl of. See MacDonnell, Alexander.

Antwine, Mrs. Mary, one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 1053.

Aplin (Applen), John, Ensign in the Duke of Bolton's Foot, 1121.

-, Richard, royal bounty to, 782.

Apothecaries to the Army. See Army (Apothecaries).
-, to the Household. See Royal Household (Apothecaries).
-, to the King's person. See Wm. III.
-, to the Queen's person. See Anne.
-, Establishment, 119, 427.

Appeals in Excise. See Excise (Appeals).

Appleby, John, one of the Knight Marshal's men in the Household, 1001.

Applin, Applen. See Aplin.

Appreece (Apreece), Robert and his son, surety and executor to John Mason, Receiver General of Taxes for Co. Cambridge, Exchequer process against, 6, 10, 24, 54, 82, 190, 284.

-, Thomas, Queen's waiter, London port, 320.

Appropriation. See Supply.

Apreece. See Appreece.

Apsley, Sir Peter, Cofferer of the Household under James III, 537, 554, 580, 599, 616, 625.

Apsley (Co. Bucks), 382.

Aram, Thomas, a Commissioner of Excise, repayment of advance money, 507, 508; a Salt Commissioner, 238.

Arbery, Mr., harness maker to the Stables, 1070.

Archbold, Jermin, Lieutenant in Col. John Gibson's Foot, 1124.

Archer, Simon, one of Queen Mary's pensioners (servants), 1047.

Ardington alias Yardington, manor, Co. Oxford, 317.

Arendal (Norway), 212.

Arene, Capt. Francis D', pension in Ireland, 150.

Argaliers, Marquis de, pension in Ireland, 1105.

Arigoni, Thomas, a Venetian importing lace, 204.

Aris [? of Exeter port], Joseph, 557.

Arlington, Earl and Countess of. See Bennet.

Armenian Churches in Persia, export of bells to, 219.

Armitage, James, clerk to the Attorney General, 765, 766.

Arms, College of. See Heralds.

Armstrong, Capt. [Philip], Troop in Col. Wood's Horse, 762.

-, Thomas, clerk to the Earl of Nottingham, 551, 552, 553, 555, 556, 557, 558.

Army, Danish, subsidy to. See Denmark; Army (Flanders) Treaties.

-, Dutch and Dutch Guards. See Army (Holland).

ARMY (ENGLISH)
-, accounts (Ranelagh's), 493, 11867.
-, agents (regimental), 255. See Gardner, Robert.
-, Aides de camp, arrears owing to at death of Wm. III, 325, 554, 1079.
-, Half pay arrears, 11491151, 1203.
-, Apothecary General, 277. See Teale, J.
-, arrears charged by debentures on Irish lands, 1203. See Ireland (forfeited lands).
-, Articles of War, 19, 285.
-, Barbados, Bermudas. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, Book of Exercises, 285.
-, Bread. See Army (Forage).
-, Chelsea, Invalids and pensioners. See Chelsea.
-, Chirurgeon to the Marines. See Mogson, Fr.
-, claims, various and equitable at William's death, 1079, 11731204.
-, clearings, 2, 24, 36, 493, 11734.
-, issues for. See Army (Paymaster).
-, clothiers and clothing accounts, 14, 279, 285, 1188,1196,1197; (offreckonings), 397, 422, 424, 443. See Stephen Faget, Peter Fauconiere.
-, (army twopences engaged for), 491.
-, (inspecting clothing), 492; breeches for, 494; contract, 492, 494, 499, 502, 503, 1173, 1197; terms for clothing, 491, 492; and See Dodington, Mr.; stockings, 497; shoes, 502, 503; hats and gloves for, 849; surtout, 494.
-, Marine clothing, 1197.
-, colours for Regiments, 234.
-, Commissary General of Musters, 407; Muster Master General, 350.
-, at Rotterdam, 1179, 1180.
-, to the West Indies Expedition. See Marshall, Hezekiah; Expedition.
-, Deputy Commissary of Musters. See Crawford, David.
-, Commissary to the Danish Forces in Ireland. See Butts, Daniel.
-, Commissioners for Inspecting the Army in the Northern Circuit (in 1690), 554.
-, Commissioners for Stating Army Debts. See Accounts.
-, Contingencies, 98, 102, 175, 191, 195, 208, 272, 492, 493, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1190, 1199; warrants on, 1201.
-, pensions charged on, 1099.
-, Contracts for clothing, Colonels Godfrey and Leveson and Sehvyn employed in making, 492, 502, 503.
-, Council of War, 1202.
-, President of. See O'Hara, Charles.
-, Court of General Officers, 1190.
-, Danish Forces. See Army in Flanders (Treaties).
-, debt, 165; at William's death, 10791204; Commissioners for Army Debts. See Accounts.
-, deductions, 502; and See Army (clothiers).
-, Deputy Judge Advocate. See Army (England, Judge).
-, Deputy Marshal. See Army (England, Marshal).
-, Deputy Paymasters. See Army (Paymaster).
-, Descent. See Expedition.
-, disbanded officers, issues for, 207.
-, Disbanding Act (16989 by 9 Wm. III, c. 10); (1701 by 10 Wm. III, c. 1 and c. 9). See Assessments.
-, Drums and Fife [of the Guards], 197, 198; Court Drums, 1191 See Royal (Household); Court Fife See Royal (Household).
-, Engineers to Army in Flanders, 1203.
-, Engineer General. See La Motte, Col.
-, English pay in Irish money, 46.
-, Enniskillen claims. See Army, England (Londonderry claims).
-, Establishment, 56, 102; transfers from English to Irish Establishments, 150.
-, difference of English and Irish pay See Ireland.
-, Expedition. See Expedition.
-, men in sea service for. See Army (Regiments, Sea Service): ferry charges at Chelsea.
-, Fire and candle for the Garrisons. See Army (Garrisons).
-, for the Horse Guards at Whitehall, Hampton Court and Kensington, Savoy, Windsor, 108, 11712, 1180, 1186, 1187, 1189.
-, Fleet, land Forces going with. See Expedition; Army (sea service); Marines.
-, forage and bread See Army (in Flanders); debt on at Wm. Ill's death, 1079, 11521160.
-, French pensioners, 11049. See Ireland (Army).
-, Regiments. See Army (England, Regiments).
-, Half pay, 11049. See Ireland (Army).
-, Garrisons, 74, 1078, 332.
-, fire and candle for, 61, 63, 86, 1078, 193, 295, 306, 375, 475; victuals for, 501, 503; deductions for, 502; muster Rolls, 74; Regulation for fire and candle, 193; issues for, 2, 24, 36.
-, Berwick, 107.
-, Carlisle, 107.
-, Chester, 107, 1184.
-, Calshot, 107.
-, Dover, 107, 1180.
-, Guernsey, 107.
-, Gravesend and Tilbury, and the Barracks, 60, 107, 309.
-, Hull and the Blockhouse, 107.
-, Hurst Castle, 108.
-, Isle of Wight, 108.
-, Jersey, 108.
-, Landguard Fort, 78, 108, 1180.
-, Londonderry, Garrison stores, 1190.
-, Pendennis, 108.
-, Plymouth, 108, 1190; Town Mayor, 1190; Governor, 1181, 1191.
-, Portland Castle, 108.
-, Portsmouth, 108.
-, Scarborough, 108.
-, Scilly, 108.
-, Sheerness and the Barracks, 60, 108, 309.
-, St. Mawes, 108.
-, St. Nicholas Island and Mount Batten, 108, 1181, 1191.
-, Tower (London), 61, 63, 108, 295, 306.
-, Tynemouth, 108.
-, Upnor Castle, 60, 108, 309. 1182.
-, Windsor, 108.
-, Yarmouth, 108.
-, General Staff or General Officers, 74, 86, 332, 375, 1190.
-, share in Vigo plunder, 417.
-, Generalissimo (George, Prince of Denmark), 275.
-, Guards and Garrisons (the Establishment including the Guards, the Regiments on the English Establishment, Jersey, Guernsey, the Garrisons, Independent Companies in the Plantations and the men in sea service but not the Marines which were on the Navy Establishment), issues for (subsistence and clearings), 2, 7, 8, 11, 15, 16, 18, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 36, 45, 49, 50, 63, 68, 74, 75, 80, 86, 96, 106, 124, 133, 148, 149, 151, 156, 162, 171, 177, 189, 1945, 203, 206, 209, 211, 215, 229, 248, 268, 305, 328, 332, 336, 3534, 356, 363, 375, 395, 408, 409, 423, 426, 507; vote for, 227; vote of credit for, 109; Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons See Army (Paymaster).
-, Half pay and issues for, 29, 248, 258, 326, 1079, 10991109, 11091149, 1190; orders and establishment of Halfpay for Harvey's and Windsor's Regiments, 2878; for Ireland See Ireland (Army); pensions paid out of contingencies, 1199.
-, Horse Guards. See Army (fire and candle). Army (Regiments).
-, Horses, transport for, 24, 32; and See Transport, recruit horses, 74.
-, Hospitals. See Chelsea; Chester.
-, Indigent Officers, payable out of Lotteries. See Lotteries.
-, Invalids, Four Companies of, 207; and See Chelsea.
-, Judge Advocate, 1195. See Moore, Thos., Deputy Judge Advocate. See Crawford, David.
-, Kettle Drums, 197.
-, levy money, 15, 139, 152, 165, 177, 340, 11979; and See Army (recruits).
-, Londonderry and Enniskillen claims, 10791092. See Ireland (Army); Army (England debt).
-, Marines. See Marines.
-, Marshal. See Provost Marshal.
-, medicines for, 278. See Teale, J., 1190, 1201.
-, men for sea service or landsmen to accompany the Fleet, or for the Expedition see Army (Regiments, sea service).
-, Muster Master General. See Army, Commissary.
-, Muster Rolls, 74, 95, 223, 353. 1200; instructions for, 350.
-, Mutiny Act, 19, 165, 285, 766.
-, offreckonings, 2, 397. See Army (clothiers); army (deductions); Army (poundage); Army (twopences); Parliamentary clause for, 207.
-, outpensioners. See Chelsea.
-, Paymaster General, for both the Guards and Garrisons at home and in the Plantations and for the Forces Abroad. See Ranelagh, Earl of, 491; renewal of his patent, 245.
-, for the Guards and Garrisons at home and in the Plantations. See Howe, John.
-, for the Forces Abroad. See Fox, Charles.
-, Deputy Paymaster in Flanders. See Hill, Richard; Swete, B.
-, issues to for the Forces Abroad. See Army (Flanders).
-, issues to for the Guards and Garrisons. See Army (Guards).
-, issues to out of the Queen's Donative. See Anne.
-, loans by himself on his credits or imprests, 2, 10, 29.
-, money demands from and routine for, 30, 96, 100; paper of demands from, 3534.
-, Office of, 43, 78, 99, 1094, 1095, 1176, 1177, 1178; incidents for (bags, bad money, etc.), 22.
-, paying moneys for William III's Privy Purse and for Secret Service, 245.
-, paying subsidies to the treaty powers, 38, 229; and See Army (Flanders treaties).
-, remitting subsidies to Savoy, 495, 500, 507, 511.
-, question of separation of the Home Paymastership (Guards and Garrisons) from the Abroad Paymastership, 15, 39, 4245.
-, question of the Army Paymaster or the Navy Treasurer paying the Marines, 15, 62; imprests to the Army Paymaster from the Navy Treasurer for pay of the men in Sea Service, 169, 179, 208; imprests from the Paymaster General of the Forces to the Treasurer of the Navy for victuals for the Company at Newfoundland, 242.
-, question as to method of paying men in sea service, 350.
-, question as to Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons acting as Paymaster of Chelsea Hospital, 424; and see Chelsea.
-, reversionary annuities in his hands intended for army clothing, 443,
-, tallies and orders in his hands, 279, 507, 829.
-, to attend the Treasury weekly, 209.
-, pensions see Pensions; Army (Halfpay): on Army Establishment, 56, 70, 128, 371, 509, 1199; issues for, 45; no fund for since the Ryswick Peace, 463; see Bynns, Col. R,; Culpeper, Lord; Fairfax, Lord; Hastings, Brigadier; Meautys, Jo.; Jones, Corst, Lewis; Thomas, Hy. To Officers' widows see Army (slain Officers' widows). French Army pensioners and half pay. See Ireland (Army). Chelsea pensioners. See Chelsea. Debt arrears at death of Wm. III, 1079, 10991149.
-, physician General of Army, land Forces and Hospitals, 11945. See Hutton, Sir John.
-, poundage deduction, 10, 56, 74, 75, 102.
-, President of Council of War. See O'Hara, Charles.
-, prisoners taken by the French at Camarets Bay, 269.
-, Provost marshal, 2, 7; Provost Marshal General, 1202; his men, petition from, 438, 1195, 1196. See Cartwright, John, Robinson, Fra.; interim or Deputy Marshal General of England, 1202 see Capt. Hercules Brown.
-, Recruits, allowances for, 493, 1187, 1191, 11979, 1200; and see Army (levy money), Excise money taken up for recruits, 416.
-, Regiments:
-, Barbados. See Army (England, Regiments, Plantations).
-, Bermudas. See Army (England, Regiments Plantations).
-, Regiments (England).
-, Horse.
-, Horse Guards:
-, three Troops, 197, 249, 449.
-, First Troop (Arnold Joost, Earl of Albemarle), Captains of, 249, 449.
-, Second Troop (James, Duke of Ormonde), 249, 449, 463.
-, Third Troop (Earl Rivers), 249, 309, 340, 449.
-, Grenadier Guards:
-, (First Troop George Cholmondeley), 197, 309, 1183.
-, Regiments, Horse:
-, [First] Royal Horse Guards or Royal Regiment of Horse or First Life Guards (the Blues) (Earl of Oxford), 74, 198, 209, 332, 358, 363, 375; additional men of, 30.
-, Second Regiment of Horse or Queen's Regiment of Horse or the First Dragoon Guards (Major General Henry Lumley), 12, 18, 25, 139, 156, 162, 180, 189, 209, 204, 249; the late Queen's Horse, 175.
-, Third Regiment of Horse or Second Dragoon Guards (Edward Villiers in 1688; Richard Leveson in 1694; Daniel Harvey in 1699), 145, 287, 345; Half pay arrears to Officers detailed, 110910; necessaries supplied to by the inhabitants of Cork, 1200.
-, Fourth Regiment of Horse or Third Dragoon Guards (Cornelius Wood from 1693), 12, 18, 25, 139, 156, 162, 168, 180, 187, 189, 209, 224, 379; Halfpay arrears to Officers of, 1149.
-, Fifth Regiment of Horse or Fourth Dragoon Guards (Francis Langston from 1693), 398.
-, Princess Anne of Denmark's Regiment of Horse (Thomas Langston 1688; Francis Langston 1690), Half pay arrears to Officers of, 1146.
-, Seventh Regiment of Horse or Sixth Dragoon Guards or Carabineers (Brigadier Hugh Wyndham), 12, 21, 25, 36, 139, 156, 175178, 180, 189, 209, 229, 249; Half pay arrears, 1149; regimental debt, 1189.
-, Eighth Regiment of Horse or Seventh Dragoon Guards or Duke of Schomberg's Regiment of Horse (1688), 12, 25, 39, 139, 156, 175, 180, 189, 209, 224, 242, Halfpay arrears, 1149.
-, First Royal Dragoons, the Royal Dragoons, Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Thomas Lord Raby, afterwards Earl of Strafford), 12, 18, 22, 25, 139, 162, 168, 177, 187, 189, 195, 209, 224, 249, 379; Half pay arrears of Officers, 1143, 1185.
-, Second Royal North British Dragoons, Scots Greys (1681) (Sir Thomas Livingstone, afterwards Visct. Teviot), 16, 29, 39, 152, 156, 167, 205, 224, 242, 249; arrears of pay, 1185.
-, Lloyd's Dragoons; Third Hussars; the King's Own Hussars (1685) (William Lloyd), 24, 28, 74, 80, 203, 224, 332, 358, 363, 375, 408; Half pay arrears to Officers of, 1143; recruits, 11989.
-, Essex's Dragoons; Fourth Hussars; the Fourth Queen's Own Hussars (1688) (Algernon, Earl of Essex), 28, 30, 74, 168, 195, 209, 332, 345, 358, 363, 375, 1183; Half pay arrears to Officers, 1144.
-, Ross's Dragoons; Fifth, Royal Irish, Dragoons: James Wynne 1689 (Charles Ross (1689)), 12,22,39, 139, 152, 167, 177, 206, 224, 242, 351.
-, Regiment of Horse raised in 1688 by Col. Theodore Russell; (disbanded in March 16901), 1181.
-, Echlin's Dragoons; the Sixth, Inniskilling, Dragoons (1689) (Sir Albert Cunningham, then Robert Echlyn), 1087, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092; dismounted, 143; remounting, 923.
-, Viscount Galway (Ruvigny) Regiment of French Horse (1689), claims of arrears at death of Wm. III, 11734.
-, William Wolseley's Inniskilling Horse (1689), 1087, 1088, 1090, 1092.
-, Seventh Hussars; the Seventh, Queen's Own Hussars (1690) (William, Lord Jedburgh, afterwards Marquis of Lothian), Half pay arrears to officers, 1147.
-, Henry Cuningham's Dragoons; Eighth Hussars; the King's Royal Irish Hussars (1693) (Henry Cunyngham), 312; remounting, 923; Half pay arrears, 1148.
-, Earl of Macclesfield's Regiment of Horse (1694), 149, 190, 220, 446; in Ireland, 248.
-, Earl of Arran's Regiment of Horse (1694) (Earl of Arran; Daniel Harvey in 1697), 12, 36, 39, 74, 139, 167, 195, 209, 229, 242, 249, 333; Half pay to reformed Officers (from May 1702), 2878.
-, Lord Windsor's Regiment of Horse (1694), 220; Half pay arrears at Wm. Ill's death, 171011; clothing of, 11967; Officers on Half pay (from May 1702), 2878.
-, Earl of Denbigh's Regiment of Dragoons (1694), Half pay to Officers, 11135.
-, Leigh's Regiment of Dragoons (1694) (Edward Leigh), Half pay to Officers, 11123.
-, Marquis de Miremont's Dragoons (1696) arrears, horses of, 11789.
-, Foot.
-, Guards, fire and candle for, 98, 108, 295; private gentlemen in, 292; Staff Officers town residence expenses, 42.
-, First Foot Guards, Grenadier Guards (Earl of Romney), 255, 268, 448, 507; additional men, 254; Staff Officers, 9, 129; fire and candle, 295; arrear claims, 1183, 1184, 1189.
-, Second Foot Guards; Coldstream Guards (John, Lord Cutts), 268, 448; additional men, 254; mourning for, 198; Staff Officers, 9, 129; fire and candle, 295; arrears claims, 1184; recruits, 1199.
-, Scots Foot Guards, second Battalion of (Hon. Geo. Ramsay), 255, 455, 485; Half pay arrears, 1148; arrears claims, 1184, 1185.
-, First Regiment of Foot; Royal Scots; Royal Regiment of Foot (Earl of Orkney), 36, 224, 229; arrears claims, 1184.
-, Second Regiment of Foot; Queen's Own (William Selwyn, Sir Henry Belasyse), 14, 24, 28, 30, 109, 150, 189, 198, 203, 224, 361, 362, 375, 408, 504, 923; in Bermudas, 125, 149; Selwyn's in the West Indies, 46, 142, 292, 338, 938; in Jamaica, 38, 206, 441, 443; mourning for, 198; Half pay arrears to Selwyn's Officers, 1144; waggon money, 1185.
-, Third Regiment of Foot; Buffs (Major Generall Charles Churchill), 24, 28, 152, 189, 203, 224, 408; Half pay arrears to Officers, 1145; waggon money arrears, 1184; respits, 1199.
-, Fourth Regiment of Foot, King's Own or Queen's Own (Henry Trelawney, William Seymour), 24, 152, 189; Half pay arrears to Officers, 11456; waggon money, 1184; regimental debt, 1189; employed as Marines from 1698, 28, 63, 203, 224, 234, 306, 375, 408; recruits, 1187.
-, Fifth Regiment of Foot; Northumberland Fusiliers (Brigadier Thomas Fairfax), waggon money arrears, 1184.
-, Sixth Regiment of Foot; Royal Warwickshires (Philip Babington, Ventris Columbine or Colenbine), Walter Colyear, commanding under the Marquis de Rada, 255, 312, 313; in the West Indies, 100, 106, 415; one of the four Regiments from Ireland for sea service for the Cadiz Expedition. 350, 408; waggon money arrears, 1185, 1188; recruiting arrears, 1199.
-, Seventh Regiment of Foot; Royal Fusiliers (Lord George Hamilton afterwards Earl of Orkney, Edward Fitzpatrick, Sir Charles O'Hara later Lord Tyrawley), 28, 100, 133, 203, 224, 408, 491, 503; FitzPatrick. See Foot Regiment, 1688; waggon money arrears, 1184; Half pay arrears to Officers, 1146; equitable claims, 1190.
-, Eighth Regiment of Foot (John Beaumont, John Richmond Webb), waggon money arrears, 1184; Half pay arrears, 1199; recruits, 1187; regimental debt, 1189.
-, Ninth Regiment of Foot (William Stewart), 152; Half pay arrears, 1149.
-, Tenth Regiment of Foot (Sir Bevill Granville, Lord North and Grey), waggon money arrears, 1185.
-, Twelfth Regiment of Foot (Richard Brewer), 46, 143, 151; in West Indies, 361, 362, 938; waggon money arrears, 1184.
-, Thirteenth Regiment of Foot (Sir John Jacob: then James, Earl of Barrymore), a Company of it taken prisoners in 1694 in Camarets Bay, 152, 269, 271; bound for Holland, 235.
-, Fourteenth Regiment of Foot; West Yorkshire Regiment; Prince of Wales's Own (William Beveridge), 497.
-, Fifteenth Regiment of Foot (1685) (Emanuel Howe), waggon money arrears, 1184; regimental debt, 1189.
-, Col. John Hale Regiment of Foot (1688), 11978, and then in 1693 Col. Edward Dutton Colt, (1693) Regiment in the West Indies, 223.
-, Sixteenth Regiment of Foot (1688) (James Stanley, later Earl of Derby), 424; waggon money, 1184; recruits, 1187.
-, Edward Fitz-Patrick Regiment of Foot (1688), 491; recruits, 1187.
-, Francis Collingwood's Regiment of Foot (1688) in the West Indies, 285; equitable claims, 1179; then Edward Fox's Regiment of Foot (1688), broke in the Leeward Islands, 146; arrears, 439, 443; Half pay arrears, 11378, 1179.
-, Seventeenth Regiment of Foot (1688) (Sir Mathew Bridges), waggon money, 1184.
-, Eighteenth Regiment of Foot; Royal Irish (Frederick Hamilton) in Ireland, 248, 313; one of the five Regiments from Ireland for Sea Service for Cadiz Expedition, 350, 408; waggon money arrears, 1184.
-, Sir David Colyear, afterwards Lord Portmore, Regiment of Scots Foot (1688), Half pay arrears, 1148; waggon money arrears, 1184.
-, Harry Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot (1688), made into Marines in 16989; Half pay arrears to Officers, 11335.
-, Luke Lillingston's Regiment of Foot (1688), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1146; then Sir John Guise's, equitable claims, 1190.
-, Nineteenth Regiment of Foot Francis Luttrell, then Thomas Erle), Erle's, 313; one of the five Regiments from Ireland for Sea Service for the Cadiz Expedition, 350, 408; waggon money arrears, 1185; necessaries supplied to by the inhabitants of Cork, 1200; equitable claims, 1190.
-, Twenty First Regiment of Foot; Royal Scots Fusiliers (Robert Mackay to the end of 1696, then Archibald Rowe), 18, 39, 74, 152, 162, 167, 209, 242, 278, 332; Half pay arrears to Officers, 1148; waggon money arrears, 1184; recruits, 1187.
-, Duke of Bolton's (Marquess of Winchester's) Regiment of Foot (1689); in the West Indies, 501; Half pay to Officers of, 11191121.
-, Henry Holt Regiment of Foot (1689), reduced in the Leeward Isles (1695), 255, 258.
-, Twenty Third Regiment of Foot or Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Richard Ingoldsby), 143. 248.
-, Twenty Fourth Regiment of Foot (Marquis de Puisar), waggon money, 1185.
-, Earl of Drogheda, Regiment of Foot (1689) (Irish Establishment, 293.
-, Visct. Castleton, Regiment of Foot (1689 then from 1694 Thomas Saunderson), Half pay arrears, 11224; waggon money, 1184.
-, Visct. Lisburne Regiment of Foot (1689) (Richard Coote), Half pay arrears to Officers, 111517; regimental debt, 1189.
-, Lord Lovelace, Regiment of Foot (1689 then Nicholas Sankey from Sept. 1689), equitable claims for, 11745, 1176.
-, Sir Henry Ingoldsby, Regiment of Foot (1689), waggon money, 1184; equitable claims, 1190.
-, Major General (Brigadier) Thomas Erle, Regiment of Foot (1689), Half pay arrears to Officers, 111719; waggon money, 1185.
-, French Regiments (1689) . the three French Regiments, 1079.
-, Isaac de la Meloniere, Regiment of French Foot (1689), 455; Half pay arrears, 11614; reformed pay, 1176; waggon money, 1184.
-, Franois du Cambon, Regiment of French Foot (1689), 912, 1168 (succeeded by William, Count de Marton, styled afterwards Earl of Lifford), 912; Half pay arrears, 116870; reformed pay, 1177; recruits, 1187; waggon money, 1184.
-, Conte de la Caillemotte, Regiment of French Foot (1689) succeeded by Brigadier Peter de Belcastel: Half pay arrears 16658; reformed pay, 1177; waggon money, 1184.
-, Inniskillen Regiments (six in number) formed in 1689.
-, Col. Wolseley's (Horse), 1087, 1090, 1091, 1092.
-, Sir Albert Cunningham's (Sixth Dragoons), 1087, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092.
-, Col. James Wynn's (Dragoons), 1087, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092.
-, Col. Zachary Tyffin's (Foot and see 27th Foot), 1087, 1090, 1091, 1092.
-, Col. Thomas Lloyd (Foot), 1087, 1090, 1091, 1092; succeeded by Lord George Hamilton, Half pay arrears, 1148.
-, Col. Gustavus Hamilton (succeeded by Col. Abraham Creichton), (Foot), 503, 1088, 1090, 1091, 1092.
-, Londonderry Regiments (eight in number formed in 1689).
-, Col. Skeffington, 1081; succeeded by John Mitchelburne, 1081, 1083, 1085, 1086.
-, Revd. Governor George Walker, 1082; afterwards Col. Robert White, 384, 1083, 1085.
-, Henry Monrow, 1082.
-, Richard Crofton, 1082.
-, Hugh Hamil, 558, 1082.
-, Thomas Lance, 1082.
-, Adam Murray, 1082.
-, Governor Baker, 1082.
-, Thomas St. John, 1083, 1085.
-, Twenty Fifth Regiment of Foot, King's Own Borderers (Brigadier James Maitland), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1148; waggon money, 1184.
-, Twenty Sixth Regiment of Foot, Cameronians (James Ferguson), 18, 39, 74, 152, 162, 167, 209, 242, 332; waggon money, 1184; recruits, 1187.
-, Twenty Seventh Regiment of Foot, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Inniskilling Regiment of Foot (Zachary Tyffin) in the West Indies, 46, 151, 361, 362, 938; waggon money, 1184.
-, Archibald, Earl of Argyll, Regiment of Foot (1689) (John, Lord Lorne), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1147; waggon money. 1184.
-, John, Lord Strathnaver, Regiment of Foot (1689), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1147; waggon money, 1185.
-, Richard Cuningham's Regiment of Foot, 1689 (John Buchan), Half pay arrears to Officers, 11467; waggon money, 1184.
-, Two old Marine Regiments (1690). See below, Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Sir James Moncrieff, Regiment of Foot (1693) (George Hamilton), waggon money, 1184.
-, Twenty Eighth Regiment of Foot (John Gibson), 22, 63, 177, 306, 369; Half pay arrears to Officers, 11245; new raised in 1702 to complete the 10,000 men for sea service but used to replace one of the five Regiments from Ireland forming the 5000 men for sea service for the Expedition to Cadiz, 177, 236, 350; detachment on board the Fleet, 63, 306.
-, Twenty Ninth Regiment of Foot (1694) (Thomas Farrington), Half pay to officers, 11257; new raised in 1702 to replace one of the five Regiments from Ireland forming the 5,000 men for sea service for the Expedition to Cadiz, 22, 177, 236, 350,
-, William Northcote, Regiment of Foot (1694), Half pay arrears to Officers, 11289, 1189.
-, Francis Russell, Regiment of Foot (1694), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1141.
-, John Buchan's Regiment of Foot (1694), disbanded 1697, 196, 470, 1184, 1192.
-, John, Lord Murray (Earl of Tullibardine), Regiment of Foot (1694), waggon money, 1185.
-, John, Lord Lindsay, Regiment of Foot (1694), Half pay arrears to Officers, 1146.
-, William, Visct. Charlemont, Regiment of Foot (1694), 838; equitable claims, 1176.
-, Thomas Brudenell, William Seymour, Henry Mordaunt, Edward Dutton Colt, Four Regiments of Marines 1698. See Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Twenty Eighth Regiment of Foot (John Gibson) and
-, Twenty Ninth Regiment of Foot (Thomas Farrington), See above under anno 1694.
-, Col. Thomas Brudenell, new Regiment of Foot (1701), Half pay arrears to Officers, 11212; in Ireland, 145, 293.
-, Thirtieth Regiment of Foot. Marines, Thomas Saunderson, Charles Wills. See Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Thirty First Regiment of Foot. Marines, Col. George Villiers. See Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Thirty Second Regiment of Foot. Col. Edw. Fox. See Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Thirty Third Regiment of Foot (1701) (George, Earl of Huntingdon), new raised to complete the 10,000 men for sea service for the Cadiz Expedition, 22, 177.
-, Thirty Fourth Regiment of Foot (1701) (Robert, Lord Lucas), new raised and intended to complete the 10,000 men for sea service as above, but kept in England, 22, 86, 177, 356, 358, 363, 375, 395, 408; at the Tower, 63.
-, Thirty Fifth Regiment of Foot (1701) (Arthur, Earl of Donegal), one of the five Regiments from Ireland for sea service for the Expedition to Cadiz, 255, 313, 350, 408.
-, Thirty Sixth Regiment of Foot (Visct. Charlemont), one of the five Regiments as above, 313, 350, 408.
-, Thomas Stringer, Regiment of Foot (1701), new raised to replace one of the five Regiments as above, 22, 177, 236, 350.
-, Sir Richard Temple, Regiment of Foot (1701), new raised to replace one of the above five Regiments, 22, 177, 236, 350.
-, Lord Mohun, Regiment of Foot (1701), new raised to replace one of the above five Regiments, 22, 177,236,350.
-, Thirty Seventh Regiment of Foot (1701) (Thomas Meredith) to be raised in Ireland, 167, 348.
-, Thirty Ninth Regiment of Foot (1701) (Richard Coote), to be raised in Ireland, 167.
-, Independent Companies. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, Company of Miners. See Army (Regiments, Miners).
-, Regiments of Foot (unnamed and unnumbered) at Carrickfergus, equitable claims, 1190.
-, Enniskilling. See Army (Regiments anno 1689).
-, French. See Army (Regi ments anno 1689).
-, Ireland. See Ireland (Army).
-, Jamaica. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, Leeward. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, Londonderry. See Army (Regiments anno 1689).
-, Marines and Men for Sea Service: Two old Marine Regiments (1690), 1149.
-, (1) Earl of Torrington (1690) (Marquess of Carmarthen), Half pay arrears to Officers, 11391141.
-, (2) Earl of Pembroke (1690) (Henry Killigrew, Sir Cloudesley Shovell), Halfpay arrears to Officers, 11412; medicines for, 1201; clothing for, 1197.
-, Marines: Four Regiments (16989), 1149.
-, (1) Thomas Brudenell (representing a reforming of Nos. 1 and 2 above); Half pay to Officers, 11356.
-, (2) Edward Dutton Colt, 223; Half pay for arrears to Officers, 11313.
-, (3) Harry Mordaunt: Half pay arrears to Officers, 11335.
-, (4) William Seymour: Half pay to Officers, 11301.
-, Marines: Six Regiments (1702) to make up the 10,000 men for sea service, 37, 187.
-, Harry Mordaunt: Half pay. See above Marines 1698 No. 3.
-, Henry Holt, 255: Half pay arrears, 1137; on board the Fleet, 63, 306.
-, Thomas Saunderson. See under Regiments anno 1689.
-, Gteorge Villiers: Thirty First Regiment of Foot, 224.
-, Edward Fox: Thirty Second Regiment of Foot, 224: Half pay arrears, 11379.
-, Lord Shannon, 224.
-, Sea Service anno 1702, men for, or landsmen to accompany the Fleet for the Expedition to Cadiz or Vigo or the Sea Expedition, 26, 36, 48; Instructions, 37; musters, 350.
-, the 5,000 men, 21, 23, 26, 31, 34, 86, 100, 177, 186, 191, 194; five Regiments sent from Ireland (viz., of Lieut. Gen. Thomas Erle, Brigadier Ventris Colenbine, Earl of Donegal, Visct. Charlemont and Brigadier Gustavus Hamilton), 38, 236, 242, 249, 350, 408; date of embarkment from Ireland, 313.
-, the 10,000 men [made up of the above 5000 men and the Marine Regiments, viz., Col. Henry Holt, Col. Lord Shannon, Col. Henry Mordaunt, Col. Thos. Saunderson, Col. George Villiers, Col. Edward Fox], 15, 23, 30, 31, 36, 38, 39, 45, 62, 63, 64, 68, 103, 195, 196, 203, 208, 209, 211, 217, 224, 229, 236, 242, 247, 249, 261, 268, 278, 309, 313, 350, 357, 375, 381, 395, 408, 415, 416, 423; Seven new Regiments of Foot to be raised to complete the 10,000 men for sea service, 22, 36, 177 (Col. Thomas Farrington, Earl of Huntingdon, Lord Lucas, Charles Lord Mohun, Sir Richard Temple, Col. Thomas Stringer and Col. John Gibson: but this arrangement was subsequently altered and five of the above Regiments, viz., Farrington, Gibson, Stringer, Mohun and Temple were placed on the Irish Establishment as from 13 May, 1702, to replace the Regiments sent as above from Ireland as part of the 5000 sea service men, and the balance of the 10,000 men was made up of Marine Regiments as above), musters and pay, 350; to have their own Paymaster, 15; transport for, 26, 62, 63, 177, 186, 191, 194, 196, 3501, 408; to be put on the Irish Establishment, 236, 350.
-, Miners (Engineers), Col. La Motte, Colonel of, 511.
-, Independent Co. (Capt. John Pitt), Half pay arrears, 1142; debt to, 1189.
-, Newfoundland. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, New York. See Army (Regiments, Plantations).
-, Plantations and West Indies, all on the Establishment of Army, England (Guards and Garrisons).
-, Bermudas, Company of Foot of Sir Henry Belasyse's Regiment, 14, 30, 125, 149, 209.
-, Newfoundland, Company of Foot, 31, 32, 181, 202, 203, 211, 215, 242, 1186; agent for. See Thurston, John.
-, New York, four Companies, 14, 18, 27, 68, 1301, 149, 167, 195, 218, 263, 309, 319.
-, West Indies:
-, Jamaica, Belasyse's Regiment, 109, 114.
-, Selwyn's Regiment, 38, 206, 441, 443.
-, Leeward, Ed. Fox's Regiment, 146.
-, Henry Holt's Regiment, 255, 258.
-, Col. James Norton's Independent Company, 926.
-, three Regiments, Belasyse, Brewer, Tyffin, 46, 361.
-, Ventris Colenbine, 100, 415.
-, Henry Dutton Colt, 207, 223.
-, Francis Collingwood, 285.
-, William Selwyn, 292.
-, Duke of Bolton, 500.
-, Expedition to. See Expedition.
-, Colonels of the British Army, with cross references to their Regiments:
-, Albemarle, Earl of (Arnold Joost Keppel. See Horse Guards (First Troop).
-, Arran, Earl of. See Regiment of Horse, anno 1694.
-, Babington, Philip. See Sixth Regiment of Foot.
-, Baker, Henry, Governor of Londonderry. See Londonderry Regiments, anno 1689.
-, Barrymore, James, Earl of. See Thirteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Beaumont, John. See Eighth Regiment of Foot.
-, Belasyse, Sir Henry. See Second Regiment of Foot.
-, Belcastel, Peter de. See Regiment of French Foot anno 1689.
-, Beveridge, William. See Fourteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Bolton, Duke of (Marquess of Winchester). See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Brewer, Richard. See Twelfth Regiment of Foot.
-, Bridges, Sir Mathew. See Seventeenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Brudenell, Thomas. See Regiment of Marines anno 1698. See Regiment of Foot anno 1701.
-, Buchan, John. See Buchan's Regiment of Foot 1694, disbanded 1697.
-, Caillemot, Count de la. See Regiments, French, anno 1689.
-, Cambon, Francois. See Army (Regiments, French).
-, Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Regiment of Marines anno 1690.
-, Charlemont, Visct. See Regiments for Sea Service (5000 men) anno 1702. See Thirty Sixth Regiment of Foot. See Regiment of Foot anno 1694.
-, Cholmondeley, George. See Horse Grenadier Guards First Troop.
-, Churchill, Charles, Major General. See Third Regiment of Foot.
-, Colenbine (or Columbine), Brigadier Ventris. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 5000 men) anno 1702. See Sixth Regiment of Foot.
-, Collingwood, Francis, Regiment of Foot anno 1688.
-, Colt, Edward Dutton. See Regiment of Marines anno 1698. See Regiment of Foot anno 1693.
-, Colyear, Walter. See Sixth Foot.
-, Colyear, Sir David (Lord Portmore). See Regiment of Scots Foot anno 1688.
-, Coote, Richard. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689. See Thirty Ninth Regiment of Foot.
-, Creighton, Col. Abraham. See Inniskillen Regiments anno 1689.
-, Crofton, Richard. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Cuningham, Sir Albert. See Dragoons Sixth Inniskillen anno 1689.
-, Cuningham, Henry. See Dragoons (Cuningham's or 8th Dragoons).
-, Cutts, John, Lord. See Second Foot Guards.
-, Denbigh, Earl of. See Dragoons, Regiment anno 1694.
-, Donegal, Arthur, Earl of. See Thirty Fifth Regiment of Foot. See Regiments for Service (the 5000 men) anno 1702.
-, Drogheda, Earl of. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Echlyn, Robert. See Sixth Dragoons (Echlyn's).
-, Erle, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas. See Regiments for Sea Service (the 5000 men) anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689. See Nineteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Essex, Algernon, Earl of. See Dragoons (Essex's).
-, Fairfax, Thomas, Brigadier. See Fifth Regiment of Foot.
-, Farrington, Thomas. See Twenty Ninth Regiment of Foot. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702.
-, Ferguson, James. See Twenty Sixth Regiment of Foot.
-, Fitzpatrick, Edward. See Regiment of Foot anno 1688. See Seventh Regiment of Foot.
-, Fox, Edward. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Marines anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1688.
-, Galway, Visct. See Regiment of French Horse anno 1689.
-, Gibson, John. See Twenty Eighth Regiment of Foot. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702.
-, Granville, Sir Bevill. See Tenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Hale, John. See Regiment of Foot anno 1688.
-, Hamill, Col. Hugh. See Londonderry Regiments, anno 1689.
-, Hamilton, Frederick. See Eighteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, -, George. See Seventh Regiment of Foot.
-, , Gustavus, Col.: see Inniskillen Regiments anno 1689; Brigadier. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 5000 men anno 1702).
-, Harvey, Daniel. See Third Regiment of Horse.
-, Holt, Henry. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Marines anno 1702.
-, Howe, Emanuel. See Fifteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Huntingdon, George, Earl of. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Twenty Third Regiment of Foot.
-, Ingoldsby, Sir Henry. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Ingoldsby, Richard. See Twenty Third Regiment of Foot.
-, Jacob, Sir John. See Thirteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Jedburg, William, Lord. See Seventh Hussars.
-, Killigrew, Henry. See Marines 1690.
-, Lance, Col. Thomas. See Londonderry Regiments, anno 1689.
-, Langston, Francis. See Princess Anne's Regiment of Horse. See Fifth Regiment of Horse.
-, Leigh, Edward. See Dragoons anno 1694.
-, Leveson, Richard. See Third Regiment of Horse.
-, Lifford, Earl of. See Regiment of French Foot anno 1689.
-, Lillingston, Luke. See Regiment of Foot anno 1688.
-, Lisburne, Viscount. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Lloyd, Col. Thomas. See Inniskillen Regiments anno 1689.
-, Lloyd, William. See Dragoons (Lloyds).
-, Lorne, John, Lord. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Lovelace, John, Lord. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Lucas, Robert, Lord. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Thirty Fourth Regiment of Foot.
-, Lumley, Henry, Major General. See Second Regiment of Horse.
-, Luttrell, Francis. See Nineteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Macclesfield, Earl of. See Regiment of Horse anno 1694.
-, Mackay, Robert. See Regiments Twenty First Foot.
-, Maitland, James, Brigadier. See Twenty Fifth Regiment of Foot.
-, Marton, William Count de. See Regiment of French Foot anno 1689.
-, Meloniere, Isaac de la. See Regiment of French Foot anno 1689.
-, Meredith, Thomas. See Thirty Seventh Regiment of Foot.
-, Miremont, Marquis de. See Dragoons 1696.
-, Mitchelborne, Col. John. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Mohun, Charles, Lord. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1701.
-, Monrow, Col. Henry. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Mordaunt, Harry. See Regiment of Foot anno 1688. See Marines anno 16989. See Marines anno 1702. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men anno 1702).
-, Motte, La. See Miners (Independent Company).
-, Murray, Col. Adam. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Northcote, William. See Regiment of Foot 1694.
-, O'Hara, Sir Charles. See Seventh Regiment of Foot.
-, Orkney, Earl of. See First Regiment of Foot.
-, Ormonde, James, Duke of. See Horse Guards (Second Troop).
-, Oxford, Earl of. See First Regiment of Horse.
-, Pembroke, Earl of. See Marines anno 1690.
-, Pitt, Capt. John. See Miners (Independent Company).
-, Portmore, Lord (Sir David Colyear). See Regiment of Scots Foot anno 1688.
-, Puisar, Marquis de. See Twenty Fourth Regiment of Foot.
-, Raby, Thomas, Lord. See First Royal Dragoons.
-, Ramsay, Hon. George. See Scots Guards (Second Battalion).
-, Romney, Earl of. See First Foot Guards.
-, Ross, Charles. See Dragoons (Ross's).
-, Rowe, Archibald. See Twenty Sixth Regiment of Foot.
-, Russell, Francis. See Regiment of Foot anno 1694.
-, Russell, Theodore. See Regiment of Horse anno 1688.
-, St. John, Thomas. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Sankey, Col. Nicholas. See Lord Lovelace's Regiment (1689).
-, Saunderson, Thomas. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Marines anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Schonberg, Duke of. See Eighth Regiment of Horse.
-, Selwyn, William. See Second Regiment of Foot.
-, Seymour, William. See Fourth Regiment of Foot. See Marines anno 1698.
-, Shannon, Lord. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Marines anno 1702.
-, Shovell, Sir Cloudesley. See Marines anno 1690.
-, Skeffington, Col. Clotworthy. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Stanley, James. See Sixteenth Regiment of Foot.
-, Steuart, William. See Ninth Regiment of Foot.
-, Strathnaver, John, Lord. See Regiment of Foot anno 1689.
-, Stringer, Thomas. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1701.
-, Temple, Sir Richard. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702. See Regiment of Foot anno 1701.
-, Teviot, Viscount. See Second Royal North British Dragoons.
-, Torrington, Earl of. See Marines anno 1690.
-, Trelawney, Henry. See Fourth Regiment of Foot.
-, Tyffin, Zachary. See Inniskillen Regiments anno 1689; Twenty Seventh Regiment of Foot.
-, Villiers, Edward. See Third Regiment of Horse.
-, Villiers, George. See Marines anno 1702. See Regiment for Sea Service (the 10,000 men) anno 1702.
-, Walker, Rev. Col. George. See Londonderry Regiments anno 1689.
-, Webb, John Richmond. See Eighth Regiment of Foot.
-, White, Robert. See Regiment of Londonderry Foot anno 1689.
-, Wills, Col. Charles. See Thirtieth Foot.
-, Windsor, Lord. See Regiment of Horse anno 1694.
-, Wolseley, Wm. See Inniskilling Horse (1689).
-, Wood, Cornelius. See Fourth Regiment of Horse.
-, Wyndham, Hugh, Brigadier. See Seventh Regiment of Horse.
-, Wynn, James, fifth Royal Irish Dragoons.
-, Regulation of Subsistence, 2.
-, removals of Regiments:
-, England to Ireland. See Army (Regiments, Marines).
-, Ireland to England, 167, 168, 180.
-, Ireland to Flanders and to West Indies. See Ireland.
-, Scotland to England, 162, 167, 195, 209, 229, 255, 278, 332.
-, Scotland to Holland, 167.
-, respits and discharges of respits, 152, 178,223, 1199.
-, Secretary at War. See Blathwayte, W.: Office of. See Secretary at War.
-, slain Officers' widows, bounty or pensions to, 28, 255, 460, 480, 484; arrears of, 152, 168, 175.
-, subsidies for foreign Forces. See Army (English, Paymaster); Army, Flanders (treaties).
-, subsistence, 353; Commons vote for, 109; regulation of, 2.
-, Sutler. See Walker, H.
-, swords for the Guards, 621.
-, transporting Forces from Scotland, 13.
-, Trumpeters (sergeant Trumpeter and twelve Trumpeters), 197.
-, Twopences deducted, See Army (clothing).
-, vote of Credit for Army. See Commons (vote).

ARMY IN FLANDERS (the 40,000 men for the Low Countries war).
-, agio on remittances to. See Agio.
-, aides de camp, 1203.
-, bread and bread waggons and contract for, 13, 14, 37, 231, 242; waggon money, unpaid arrears, 1184, 1185. See Machado, A. A.; Medina, Solomon; Pereira, Isaac.
-, campaign in Flanders, Secretary of State attending the King on, 659, 660.
-, clearings, 353.
-, computing by the Establishment without musters, 353.
-, Deputy Paymaster in the Low Countries. See Hill, Richard; Swete, Benj., 1196.
-, Engineers, 1203.
-, Establishment, 102, 1185.
-, exchange allowance and arrangements for remittances for the 40,000 men, 328, 336, 503, 511; and see Evance, Sir Stephen; Herne, Sir Joseph; Santigni.
-, allowances to the Bank of England for remittances (bills) for, 10, 131, 328, 336, 511, 726, 729.
-, tenders and contracts for, 17, 20, 21, 93, 101.
-, fall of, 102.
-, rates of, 434.
-, expresses sent to, 762.
-, forage, debt at William's death, 1079, 11521160.
-, horses for, transporting of, 14, 17, 62, 141, 147, 149, 160, 168, 175, 215, 224, 303, 306; losses of, 21, 195, 333.
-, issues for, to the subject [or British] troops and foreign troops composing the 40,000 men, being subsistence to subject Troops and on account of moiety pay for the foreign troops, the other moiety being paid by the States General, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 37, 39, 40, 45, 49, 54-5, 62, 74, 75, 80, 86, 100, 101, 110, 146, 156, 160, 167, 174, 177, 180, 187, 189, 191, 195, 196, 205, 209, 214, 215, 224, 229, 230-1, 242, 247, 249, 272, 277-8, 302, 328, 332, 357, 363, 375, 395, 408, 417, 422, 423, 426, 434, 492, 610; account of issues for, 101, 227, 357, 419; paper of demands for, 353.
-, levy money, 152, 167, 169.
-, musters, 357.
-, Ormonde, Duke of, Troops under, 3567.
-, Paymaster of for the Forces in the Low Countries from Dec. 1702. See Fox, Charles (in succession to the Earl of Ranelagh who until Dec. 1702 was paymaster both for Forces at home and Forces abroad), accounts, 496; imprest to, 164; making loans on money orders, 434; paying subsidies to the Allied treaty Forces and for foreign secret service, 326.
-, recruits sent to, 1190, 1200.
-, respits on pay of the Forces in Flanders, 255.
-, Treaties and Treaty troops: subsidies to Allied states furnishing part of the 40,000 men.
-, Auxiliary troops in Brabant, bread and forage for, 1159.
-, Baden, Prince Louis of, subsidy, 34.
-, Brandenburg troops, winter forage, 1157, 1158.
-, Celle troops, winter forage, 1157.
-, Danes Troops account, 506; clothing, 490, 499; issues to, 75, 2745, 336; levy money, 55; money not allowed to them by the House of Commons, 30; subsidy to, 38, 103, 433; tents for, 490; treaty or capitulation for, 55, 508, 1079; votes for, 30, 55; waggon money for eight battalions of, 1185; Donep's Danish Horse, 1200.
-, Commissary to, in Ireland. See Butts, Daniel.
-, Eppinger's Dragoons. See Eppinger.
-, Hanover, issues for troops of, 33, 215; winter forage, 1157; waggon money for four battalions of, 1185.
-, Hesse Cassel troops, winter forage, 1158.
-, Holstein Gottorp troops, winter forage for, 1158.
-, Lige bishop troops, winter forage for, 1158.
-, Munster troops, winter forage for, 1158.
-, Savoy remittances to, 495, 500, 504, 507.
-, Sweden, treaty with, 55, 76, 336.
-, Treves, Elector of, subsidy, 75, 336.
-, Wolfenbuttel, Duke of, payment for engaging him to the Allies, 326; troops, winter forage for two battalions of, 1185.
-, French Protestant Regiments. See Army (Ireland), Belcastel, 152.

ARMY IN HOLLAND:
-, Twelve British Battalions or 10,000 men sent to the Assistance of the States General embarking for Holland, 39, 242; issues for, 4, 10, 20, 24, 25, 152, 1678, 180, 189, 209, 224, 2278; styled the 10,000 men, 29, 30, 206; eleven Battalions, 152; House of Commons vote for, 169; levy money, 169, 195; recruits, 34, 114, 141; subsistence, 2, 4, 18, 26, 36, 130; Regiments composing, three Regiments of Horse, 195; four Regiments of Horse, 156; Dragoons, 162; Barrymore's Regiment, 235; Regiments from Ireland, 141,144; Regiments from Scotland (Earl of Orkneys), 36, 229; clearings of, 2; offreckonings of, 2; transport for, 36.
-, Dutch Army. See Holland.

Arnaud (Arnauld), Claud, yeoman of the Kitchen in the royal Household, 994.

-, -, junior, servant of the Hall in the royal Household, 1014.

Arnheim (Holland), gaol, Irish prisoner at, 897.

Arnold, Elizabeth, pension out of secret service, 69; royal bounty, 869, 882, 901, 914, 930.

-, George, seizing Papists' horses, 662.

-, J., a witness, 823.

-, John, money order assigned to by the Earl of Ranelagh, 829; cousin of William Jephson, Treasury Secretary, 548, 562; royal bounty to, 860.

-, Michael, surveyor of House Duty, co. Surrey, 111.

-, Nicholas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 985.

-, William, child of the Kitchen in the royal Household, 995.

Arnot, John, Captain in Brigadier Selwin's Regiment, 1144.

Arran, Earl of and Arran's Regiment. See Butler, Charles.

Arras hangings, 265. See Tapestries; Wardrobe.

Arscot, Rosicleer, petition, 462.

Articles, the Thirty Nine, supplied by the Queen's stationer, 401.

-, of war. See Army (articles).

Arundel. Sir John, 163.

-, Lady, widow of Sir John, mother of Richard Trevanion, 163.

Arundel port (Sussex), 206.

Ash, Edward, petition, 438; Comptroller Plymouth port, 233.

-, John, tidesman Yarmouth port, 316.

Ashbury, Ann, widow, royal bounty to out of Secret Service money, 565, 587, 617, 645, 785, 801, 807, 925.

Ashby, [George], concerned in victualling the Navy, bills drawn on, 159.

Ashby (co. Lincoln), 266.

Ashley, Robert, pension in the Stables, 1013.

Ashton, Mary, a pensioner of Queen Mary, 1050.

-, Mr., escaping to France, 569.

-, Matthew, receiving royal bounty money for Lord Morley and Mounteagle, 682.

Ashurst, Sir Henry, a Commissioner of Excise, 508; advance to the King, 124.

Aspin, Joseph, Major in the Duke of Bolton's Foot, 1119.

Assassination plot against Wm. III, discovery, 377; the King's Guards searching for the assassinators, 905.

ASSESSMENTS
-, being direct taxes in the form of Land Tax, Poll and Capitation: for other forms of direct taxes see Houses, Marriages, Stamps; for indirect taxes see Customs, Excise, Leather, Salt; for the technique of taxation, the appointment of Receivers General, Assessments, auditing of Receiver's accounts, refunds of assessments, etc. see Taxes.
-, duplicates of assessments entered in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 18, 163, 257.
-, 1689 Six Months Aid styled a Present Aid (by 1 Wm. & Mary c. 3 by 68820l. 19s. 1d. per month for 6 months from 25 March 1689), 650, 694.
-, issues out of for Secret Service, 515, 516, 548.
-, 1689 Poll by 1 Wm. & Mary, c. 13 for reducing Ireland, 518.
-, loan clause, 520.
-, loans on, 568, 572, 575, 583, 590, 632.
-, money out of, 694.
-, 1689 Twelvepenny Aid (as by 1 Wm. & Mary, c. 20 and c. 31), Commissiooners for, 752.
-, issues and moneys out of for Secret Service, 516, 529, 532, 548, 612, 628, 650, 660, 694, 695.
-, loans on, 523, 535, 548.
-, Receivers for, 532.
-, 168990 2s. Aid (as by 1 Wm. & Mary Sess. 2, c. 1), Act for, 552, 558.
-, Commissioners for, 752.
-, issues and moneys out of for Secret Service, 613, 627, 628, 640, 647, 650, 652, 694, 695.
-, loans on, 572.
-, Receivers for, 551.
-, 168990 Additional Aid or Additional 12d. Aid (as by 1 Wm. & Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5), issues and moneys out of for Secret Service, 577, 601, 640, 647, 695.
-, loans on, 561, 562, 572, 601, 627, 652.
-, 168990, Review of the [late] Poll and for an additional Poll (as by 1 Wm. & Mary, Sess. 2, c. 7), loans for, 572.
-, issues and moneys out of for Secret Service, 576, 602, 640, 652, 653, 660.
-, Receivers for, 563, 697.
-, 1690 Second Poll (as by 2 Wm. & Mary, c. 1), issues and moneys out of for Secret Service, 590, 602, 612, 650, 653, 694.
-, 1690 (first) Twelve months' Aid (as by 2 Wm. & Mary, Sess. 2, c. 1), 650.
-, appropriations on, 495, 506.
-, issues and moneys out of, 502, 503, 504, 506, 507, 508, 509, 511.
-, loans on, 495, 502, 503, 504, 597.
-, Receivers General of, 496, 507, 508, 597.
-, tallies on, 506, 508.
-, 1691 Second Twelve Months' Aid (as by 3 Wm. & Mary, c. 5), loans on, 648.
-, Receivers, 648.
-, 16912, First Quarterly Poll (as by 3 Wm. & Mary, c. 6), Act for, 675.
-, loans on and moneys out of for Secret Service, 668, 672, 694.
-, Receivers, 153.
-, refund or allowance of assessment, 124.
-, revenue from, 257.
-, 1692 First 4s. Aid (as by 4 Wm. & Mary, c. 1), Deficiency, monthly distribution in aid of, out of the Deficiencies Act, 137, 160, 179, 202, 226, 259, 305, 331, 352, 367, 386, 412.
-, Commissioners for assessment, 691.
-, duplicates of the assessments rolls, 18, 163.
-, issues out of, 783, 784.
-, 16923 Review of Quarterly Poll (as by 4 Wm. & Mary, c. 14), Act for, 710.
-, borrowing clause in the Act for, 709, 710, 714.
-, 1693 Second 4s. Aid (as by the Act 56 Wm. & Mary, c. 14), commissioners for assessments, 722.
-, issues out of, 18, 27, 34, 783.
-, duplicates, 163.
-, 1694 Third 4s. Aid (as by the Act 67 Wm. & Mary, c. 3) Act for, 766.
-, Commissioners for, 756.
-, issues out of, 783, 784.
-, loans on, 721, 752, 773; one year's interest on, 213.
-, Receivers General of, 721, 752, 773; allowances to, 138.
-, Deficiency on, monthly distribution in aid of, out of the Deficiencies Act, 137, 160, 179, 202, 226, 259, 305, 331, 352, 367, 386, 412.
-, 1694 Second Quarterly Poll (as by 56 Wm. & Mary, c. 14), Deficiency, monthly distributions in aid of out of the Deficiencies Act, 137, 160, 179, 202, 226, 259, 305, 331, 352, 367, 386, 412.
-, Receivers for, 728.
-, 1696 Fourth 4s. Aid (as by the Act 78 Wm. III, c. 5), 319, 798.
-, Deficiency on, monthly distribution in aid of, out of the Deficiencies Act, 137, 160, 179, 202, 226, 259, 305, 331, 352, 367, 386, 412.
-, refund of assessments, 798.
-, Receivers General, 827; allowances to, 138.
-, 1697 First 3s. Aid by a Land Tax and several subsidies or capitation tax (as by the Act 89 Wm. III, c. 6), (referred to frequently as the Capitation tax), collectors, 829.
-, Commissioners for, 233, 799.
-, loans on, 794; one year's interest on, 213.
-, receipts from the capitation, 434.
-, Receivers General for, 185, 794; allowances, 138.
-, refund of assessments, 798, 818, 829, 850.
-, 1697 1s. Aid and Subsidies (Additional 12d. Aid and further subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage as by 89 Wm. III, c. 24), Receivers' allowances, 138.
-, 1698 Second 3s. Aid (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 10 for Disbanding), Receivers General allowances, 138, 847.
-, 1698 Third Quarterly Poll (as by 910 Wm. III, c. 38), collectors' frauds, 154.
-, one year's interest on loans on, 213.
-, privy seal for loans on, 834.
-, Receivers General, 8345; allowances, 138.
-, 1699 Third 3s. Aid or Land Tax (as by 10 Wm. III, c. 9 for Disbanding), loans, 856.
-, Receivers General, 857.
-, refund of assessments, 914, 9167.
-, 1700 Second 2s. Aid (as by 11 Wm. III, c. 2 for an Aid by forfeited lands in Ireland and by a 2s. Land Tax in England), loans, 878.
-, Receivers General, 111, 177, 879.
-, refund of assessments, 912, 914.
-, tallies on, 15; deficient tallies, 28, 151, 206.
-, 1701 Fourth 3s. Aid (as by the Act 1213 Wm. III, c. 10), 185, 917.
-, arrears, 32, 185.
-, loans on, 919.
-, Receivers General, 111, 174, 185, 284, 315, 918; allowances to, 138; collectors, 930.
-, receipts by the Earl of Bradford (as Cofferer of the Household to Wm. III), from the Household servants, 211, 225.
-, 1702 [Fifth 4s. Aid] Land Tax and Capitation as by 1 Anne c. 6, the Capitation side of the Act being sometimes styled "the Subsidies and Poll"), 55; styled the 5s. tax (as by clause 5 of the Act, 1 Anne, c, 6), 324.
-, abstracts, 55.
-, Act for, 272.
-, accounts of, 67, 385.
-, arrears, 2989.
-, assessments, allowances or refund of, 124.
-, assessors, 298.
-, Commissioners for, 225, 233; for Whitehall, 34.
-, duplicates of assessments to be returned to the King's Remembrancer's Office, 34, 225.
-, issues out of, and out of loans on, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 48, 49, 79, 87, 93, 97, 100, 102, 103, 122, 208, 209, 211, 215, 217, 224, 229, 230, 232, 242, 247, 248, 268, 272, 291, 295, 300, 303, 305, 315, 319, 336, 354, 359, 360, 362, 363, 364, 394, 415, 416.
-, loans on, 38, 211, 375.
-, assignments on, 5, 7.
-, tallies and orders on, 214, 261, 284.
-, loans on the Exchequer in General transferred to the Register of this Act, 216.
-, money coming in slowly, 360.
-, produce of, 102; receipts from the Capitation, 434.
-, Receivers General, appointment of, 185, 222; and see Taxes, Receivers.
-, returns from the country, 69.
-, shortage of, 69.
-, taking in loans on, 216.
-, Royal palaces, Whitehall, arrears on the Queen's servants, 38.
-, Hampton Court, collectors for, 930.
-, 1702 Sixth 4s. Aid by a Land Tax (as by 1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 1), appointment of Receivers General, 429.
-, interest on orders, 434.
-, issues out of, 428, 434.
-, loans on, 426, 428.
-, receipts from, 434.

Association, the [printed forms of for subscription] in the West in 16889, 527.

Astbury, John, fife of the royal Household, 1182.

Aston, Francis, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, 1003; quarter waiter 1026.

Astrey, Robert, stipender in the Cofferer's Establishment, 1001, 1050.

Atherton, Charles, Master plumber of the Works, 390, 465, 466, 949, 1040, 1061, 1065, 1171, 1172.

Athlone, Earl of. See Ginkell, Godert de.

Athlone (Ireland), 310.

a'Tilburg. See Tilburg.

Atkins, Job, royal bounty to out of Secret Service, 695, 702.

-, John, furnishing fire and candle for the Guards at Whitehall, 1180.

-, Sir Robert, Speaker of the House of Peers, royal bounty to, 545; money order, 161.

-, Samuel, of London, one of the Commissioners for Army Debts, 214, 277, 367.

-, Thomas, Master of the Merchant Taylors' barge, 518.

Atkinson, Edward, Ensign in Col. Edward Fox's Foot, 1139.

-, Elizabeth, pension out of Secret Service, 82.

-, Mary, pension in the Stables, 1013.

-, Capt. Samuel, a Commissioner for Transports, 13, 14, 1523, 24, 26, 27, 31, 32, 47, 48, 49, 62, 87, 147, 149, 160, 168, 1867, 191, 196, 202, 208, 215, 224, 261, 269, 303, 306, 317, 376, 465, 472; a Commissioner for Hawkers, 260.

-, Thomas, postmaster of Cockermouth, 171.

Atterbury, Thomas, riding surveyor for Hawkers, 339, 440.

Atterby (co. Lincoln), 265.

Attey, Robert, royal bounty to, 807.

Attorney General. See Trevor, Sir T.; Northey, Sir E., 63, 67, 146, 234.
-, attending the Treasury and legal matters referred to him, 5, 11, 43, 49, 55, 64, 66, 80, 85, 87, 89, 91, 94, 95, 96, 142, 164, 202, 253, 254, 270, 273, 276, 284, 296, 299, 303, 310, 311, 312, 374, 379, 380, 381, 384, 385, 393, 399, 404, 413, 417, 418, 422, 439, 440, 448, 450, 455, 460, 464, 465, 468, 476, 481, 482, 491, 493, 494, 495, 496, 497, 499, 500, 502, 506.
-, statement of opinion by, 13, 27, 35, 36, 40, 43, 44, 54, 97, 218.
-, fees to his clerk on transcribing Public Acts, 7656.
-, recommending an officer, 272.

Atwood, Goodman, surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, Co. Worcester, 349, 420.

-, Mrs., pension, 521.

-, William, Chief Justice for the Province of New York, 906, 935.

Aubertin, Nicho, discoverer of the libel entitled 'Great Britain's Just Complaint', 709.

Aubery, John, clerk of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 193.

Auberry, Samuel, coach maker, Civil List debt to, at William's death, 1010.

Aubigny, Honor of (France), 57.

Auchmonly, Capt. John, prisoner in Newgate, 580, 586, 588, 594, 597, 606, 620, 630, 638, 643.

Auditors and Audit System:
-, for Crown Lands and revenue and sheriffs' accounts. See Exchequer Court (Auditors).
-, for Imprest accomptants. See Imprests.
-, rules as to allowance of cravings, 195.
-, for the Plantations. See Blathwayte, W.

Audley, Mary, receiving bounty for Anne Tennant, 635.

Audley End (Essex), 748; Park, 753, 821, 897.
-, clerk of Works at. See WinStanley, Henry.
-, deer in the Park, 753.
-, works in, William Ill's Civil List debt to at his death, 1066.

Aughrim (co. Galway), battle of, 632.

Aulnage Duty, grant of, 81.

Austin (Austen), Henry, Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber, 1005, 1033.

-, John, petition for place, 456.

-, Mary, pension out of Secret Service, 82.

-, Robert, Lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marines, 1140.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Chester and North Wales, 111, 177.

-, of Herriard, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Southants and Isle of Wight, 111, 199, 383.

Austrian Netherlands, Envoy sent by Wm. III to compliment the Governor of, 527, see Borssele, Adrian heer van Geldermalsen.

Auverquere (Auverquerque), Cornelius de, Master of the Robes. See Nassau, Cornelius.

-, Frances, Lady Auverquerque. See Nassau, Frances.

-, Henry, Lord of Auverquerque, Master of the Horse. See Nassau, Henry.

Avery, John, lease, Stratton Sanctuary, 304, 320, 460.

-, (Averie), Sarah, royal bounty to out of Secret Service money, 637.

-, Yeo, lease Stratton Sanctuary, 320.

Avignon, County (France), wines from, Italian Duty on, 135.

Awnsham (Ansham), William, a Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter in ordinary of the Privy Chamber, 1003, 1033.

Axford, Joseph, shipmaster, 182.

Axminster (Hundred, co. Devon), 199.

Aylmer, Edward, Deputy Commissary to the Four Marine Regiments, 154.

-, Matthew (? Admiral), 895; receiving money at the Exchequer for the Dover gaol keeper, 897.

Ayloffe, Henry, King's or Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer, 180, 395, 948, 1041.

Aylward, Ephraim, Lieutenant in Col. Northcote's Foot, 1129.

Ayres, John, engraver, 779.