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Nagle, David, estates of granted to William Watson, 784.

-, Peirce, estates of granted to William Watson, 784.

Nailer, Sergeant Thomas, royal bounty to for wounds at Londonderry, 543.

Nailor, William, in Newgate gaol, fine on, 299; petition, 480.

Naiezon, Francis, Cornet in Col. Harvey's Regiment of Horse, 1110.

Najac, Anthony, Cornet in Lord Windsor's Regiment of Horse, 1111.

Najaron, Francis, Cornet in Harvey's Regiment of Horse, 288.

Nanfan, Richard, clerk of the Scullery, 998.

-, Richard, Captain in Col. Farrington's Regiment of Foot, 1126.

Nangle, (in Milford port), 316.

Nanny, Mrs., pension as one of Queen Mary's servants, 1052.

Nantes, (France), 329.

Napier, Sir Charles, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber carrying funeral canopy of Wm. III, 198.

Naples, silk, 176.

Napper, George, Ensign in Col. Coote's Regiment of Foot, 1117.

-,Major (Captain) Robert, of the Earl of Arran's Regiment of Horse, 74, 175, 333.

Nappier, Sheldon, army pension arrears, 1100.

Narteloe, Henry, Yeoman of the Bake House in the Royal Household, 991.

Nash, Edward, a, Queen's waiter, Bristol port, 344, 345.

-, Richard, land waiter at Liverpool, landwaiter at Looe, 210. And See Natt.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Great Chamber, 1017, 1039.

-, -, Gentleman Harbinger, 985.

Nassau de Auverquerque (Auverquere), Count Cornelius d', Master of the Robes [younger brother of Henry de Nassau, Earl of Grantham], 212, 1045.

-, Auverquerque, Lady [Frances, wife of Hy. de Nassau, Lord of Auverquerque, Master of the Horse and father of the Earl of Grantham], 1071, 1072.

-, Count [Franciscus Hugo, Count of Nassau Siegen], army debts to his aides de camp, 1150, 1151; Lieut. General, 1187.

-, Henry de [senr.], Seigneur or Lord d'Auverquere or Auverquerque (styled the Sieur d'Auverquere or Monsieur d' Auverquerque), Master of the Horse to Wm. III, issues to for the Stables, 42, 152, 212, 289, 319, 332, 948, 1008, 1052, 1072, 1151, 1154, 1173, 1194; issues to for Ruvigny's Regiment, 497.

-, de Zulestein, William Henry de, Earl of Rochford, petition, 477; Master of the Robes to Wm. III, 372, 509, 1073; pension out of the Post Office, 60, 241; Lieut. General, 1150.

Natchar, David, Dragoon in the Marquis de Miremont's Regiment, 1179.

Natt, Richard, Shoreham sloop, 316, (Nash), 373.

Navigation Act [12 Car. II, c. 18], seizures of ships under, 163, 316, 380, 389, 394, 396, 400.

Navy:
-, accounts. See Navy (Debt); Navy (Treasurer).
-, appropriations for, 46, 54, 364, 494, 505, 509, 917.
-, assignments, interest on, 494.
-, bills drawn from Leghorn, 505.
-, Board. See Navy Commissioners.
-, building (the 27 ships under the Act 2 Wm. & Mary, Sess. 2, c. 10), 499, 636.
-, the 30 ships under the Seventeen Months' Assessment Act, 20 Car. II, c. 1, 499.
-, Cashier. See Navy (Treasurer's Cashier).
-, Chatham Chest, officers directing, 480; pensions out of, 90; issues for, 32, 37, 214, 232.
-, Commissioners or Board, 179, 459; attending the Treasury, 493, 500, 505, 510.
-, Conduct money for impressed seamen, 50, 156, 210, 272, 460, 499, 501, 861; paid by the Customs collectors, 177–8, 230, 502.
-, Contingencies. See Navy (Victualling, contingencies).
-, contracts for, Examiner and Inspector of. See Shales, J., Treasury (Examiner).
-, Course, issues and assignments for, 5, 15, 16, 26, 45, 46, 49, 72, 122, 149, 153, 325; demand items to be distinguished, 434; rule for striking tallies for, 16, 157; interest on bills in course, 46.
-, creditors on the Second Book of the Navy Office, 206; deficient tallies on the bills of the said Second Book, 15, 28, 29, 151; and See Navy (Treasurer, Deficient).
-, debt, account demanded, 165, 364.
-, deficient tallies. See Navy (creditors).
-, engagements, 656.
-, Estimates, 61.
-, expresses from, 656.
-, Extraordinaries. See Navy (repairs).
-, freight bills, 95.
-, Flag Officers, half pay, 285, 462.
-, Fleet with Sir G. Rooke, 83, 208; Fleet bringing home wine and brandies. See Customs (Wines).
-, Hospital. See Greenwich (Hospital).
-, impressing seamen, 242; and See Navy (Conduct); enlisting Newgate prisoners, 69.
-, issues to the Navy Treasurer, 2, 7, 9, 10, 20, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 36, 37, 38, 45, 49, 50, 54, 62, 72, 84, 95, 100, 109, 122, 127, 141, 153, 169, 194, 196, 203, 208, 209, 214, 232, 303, 356, 358, 364, 393, 394, 409, 433, 434, 495, 500, 502, 503, 504, 506, 507, 508, 509, 511, 610, 636.
-, for bills of exchange and imprests, 68, 96.
-, for the Navy Ordinary, 5, 9, 16, 28, 32, 68, 96, 123, 127, 153, 203, 239, 272, 319, 375–6, 415; demand items to be distinguished, 434; appropriation, 494.
-, for the Marines and Sea Service Regiments. See Marines; Sea Service.
-, for Sick and Hurt. See Sick.
-, for the Victualling. See Navy (Victualling).
-, for Wages, 2, 5, 9, 16, 25, 31, 38, 45, 46, 54, 62, 67, 79, 84, 87, 93, 94, 102, 109, 113, 177, 191, 209, 214, 242, 300, 315, 358, 359, 372, 393, 462; share in the voted 4l. per month per man, 61.
-, for Wear and Tear, 5, 9, 16, 23, 25, 28, 30, 32, 49, 68, 87, 122–3, 127, 187, 203, 208, 214, 272, 319, 375; share in the voted 4l. per man per month, 61; demand items to be distinguished, 434; stores for in Ireland, 102.
-, landsmen to accompany the Fleet. See Army (Regiments, Sea).
-, ledgers. See Navy (Treasurer).
-, loans to from the Bank of England See Bank; from the Navy Treasurer, 32, 434; from individuals, 93, 375.
-, marine surveying, payment to Edmund Halley, 380; special services, 380; and see Halley, Edmund.
-, Marines and Sea Service Regiments. See Army (English Regiments, Marines; Sea Service).
-, Office in Crutched Friars, grant of to Sir P. Paravicini, 32; reconveyance to the Crown, 196.
-, Marine musters to be sent to, 275.
-, refund of taxes on officers, salaries, 336; and see Taxes (refund).
-, increase of business, 222.
-, orders not bearing interest, 433.
-, Ordnance, estimate of the annual charge of the Naval Ordnance, 497; for details see Ordnance (Sea Service); naval requirements of saltpetre, 495.
-, Parliamentary supply for, apportionment of, 38, 61.
-, vote of credit for, 109; and see Commons (House, Vote).
-, 600,000l. parliamentary loan for, 9.
-, poundage deducted from Navy wages, for Greenwich Hospital, 70.
-, prisoners of war. See Sick.
-, recalls, 2, 16, 25, 31, 45, 46, 109, 153, 209.
-, repairs extraordinary, 5, 25, 45, 123, 191.
-, Sea Service Regiments. See Army (English, Regiments, Sea).
-, Sick and Hurt and Prisoners of War. See Sick.
-, squadron at Cadiz, 298.
-, stores, embezzling of, 110; naval stores from Sweden, 494.
-, Tenths of prizes delivered over by the Navy Treasurer, 50; and see Admiralty (Tenths).
-, Transport. See Transport.
-, Treasurer. See Falkland, Visct.,
-, Seymour, E., Orford, Earl of., Littleton, T.
-, accounts of, 8, 11, 54, 61, 66, 68, 72, 85, 86, 131, 177, 295, 354, 374, 441; questions as to, 208.
-, Cashier and Paymaster to, 446, (Stephens, Anthony), 11, 14, 273, 494; (Papillon, P.), 61, 368; (Madox, R.), 11; interest allowance to, 14.
-, Deficient tallies in the hands of, 27, 29, 151, 206.
-, issues to. See Navy (issues).
-, ledgers of his accounts, 11, 131, 157.
-, making imprests to the Paymaster of Marines. See Marines.
-, making loans on tallies and Aids, 103, 122, 495.
-, memorials, weekly of demands of money from the Treasury, 80; required to distinguish the heads of ordinary, wages and wear and tear, 434.
-, patent of office, 40.
-, tallies in the hands of, 15, 45, 46, 61, 82, 102, 103, 149, 202, 300, 359, 360, 372; denomination of tallies, 157; interest on tallies, 300; loans on tallies. See Navy (loans); raising money on, 38.

VICTUALLING:
-, accounts, 16, 61, 72, 159, 333, 372, 377, 410.
-, agents in the outports, 61.
-, Agent Victualler in the Fleet. See Bowles, P.
-, at Cadiz. See Harvey, T.
-, bills of exchange drawn on the Victualling Commissioners or the Victualling Office, 33, 45, 61, 80, 87, 97, 125, 149, 186, 214, 295, 415, 500; bills from Cadiz, 149, 298; bills from Leghorn, 505; small bills and gross bills, practice as to in the Victualling Office, 156–7.
-, Cashier. See Dodington, G., Sturt, A., Papillon, P.; accounts, 159, 333; clerks, 156.
-, Commissioners (or Victuallers), 54, 149, 249, 298, 377, 398, 410, 442, 503, 504, 506; dining with Mr. Lowndes, 356. See Papillon, T., Haddock, Sir R., Parsons, Sir J., Sturt, A., Fenn, N.
-, Contingencies, 8, 9, 30, 33, 61, 80, 87, 125, 127, 153, 191, 208, 214, 261, 295, 372, 375; contingencies for Forces to go on board the Fleet, 191; sea victuals for supernumerary men at sea this summer, 185, 194.
-, Course, 7, 8, 49, 80, 97, 124, 157, 272, 362, 415.
-, deduction of 4d. per man per day for victuals to Marines and Sea Service men during their passage, 503. See Marines.
-, Examiner and Inspector of all contracts for. See Shales, J., Treasury (examiner).
-, Hartshorn Brewery sold to the Victualling, 921; and see Navy (Victualling St. Catherine's).
-, incidents, 21.
-, individuals concerned in the Victualling, 159.
-, issues for, 8, 49, 61, 62, 67, 80, 97, 100, 103, 124, 247, 298, 300, 315, 319, 356, 362, 363, 372, 375, 415, 416, 428, 501, 503, 510.
-, Necessary money and extra necessary money for ships' pursers, 8, 33, 61, 125, 156, 214, 295.
-, Office, encroachments on, 321; offices and storehouses, 8; rebuilding of, 124; increase of business in, 122.
-, paper of demands for, 353.
-, pipe staves for, 504; the Victuallers cutting pipe staves in Kinsale, 717.
-, proportionate share to the Victualling out of the voted 4l. per man per month, 38, 61.
-, provisions taken out of prizes, 398, 409; provisions for horses, 24; sea provisions, 23.
-, St. Catherine's brewhouse, frauds in, 222, 233; and see Navy (Victualling, Hartshorn).
-, ships (Peregrine galley), 79.
-, Short Allowance money, 8, 31, 32, 61, 125, 214, 295, 415 442; short provisions, 156.
-, slaughter houses for, 274.
-, victualling stores in Ireland, 102.
-, victuals for Foot Companies in Newfoundland, 215, 242; for the Regiment sent to the West Indies, 183, 503; for Garrisons, 503; for the Marines and Sea Service Regiments. See Marines.
-, wine for the Fleet, 45, 249.

YARDS:
-, demand items for, to be distinguished as to heads of expenditure, 434.
-, Deptford Yard, allowance to chirurgeon for Sick and Hurt, 330.
-, issues for, 32, 68, 102, 113, 214, 319.
-, Marines quartered near the Yards, 275; employed as labourers in, 276.
-, spare timber in, 71.

Naylor, Wm., prisoner in Newgate for housebreaking, 69.

Nead, Joane, annuity to, out of Secret Service money, 636.

Neagle, Richard, labourer to the Works, 1064.

Neal (Neale), John, copying statements of Income and Expenditure for the Commissioners of Accounts, 763, 767; copying reports on Coinage and other papers for the Treasury, 773, 797; ditto for the House of Commons etc., 826, 871.

-, -, labourer, reward out of Secret Service for suppressing a riot in the Haymarket, 759, 768.

-, Helena, royal bounty to out of Secret Service money, 616.

-, Thos., Groom porter to Wm. III, 165.

-, [Thomas], Master of the Mint, 279, 517.

-, (Mr.), imprests repaid by, 641.

-, Thomas, Commissioner or chief officer in the Transfer Office of the Million Act, 226; (Mr.), embezzlement of tickets by, 299.

Needham, (alias South not Smith), Eleanor, royal bounty for the maintenance of her two sons and a daughter, out of Secret Service money, 520, 549, 579, 606 (Mary), 621, 741, 745; pension out of the Royal Oak Lottery, 290.

-, Nich., royal bounty money advanced to him, 681, 689.

Needier, Culverwell, clerk assistant to the House of Commons, 251, 268, 784, 809, 844, 873.

-, John, Comptroller of the Great and Petty Customs, London port, 264, 348, 454.

-, Thomas, Lieut. in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Regiment of Marines, 1140.

Negroes for Barbados, 181.

Negus, Francis, surveyor of the Mews by Charing Cross, 59, 134, 152, 461, 476, 480, 1066, 1067, 1068; assignment from the Duke of Norfolk, 966; Surveyor of the King's highways, 1009.

-, Major Francis, Vigo plunder, 417; Bagshot Walk, Windsor Forest, 169: Colonel, certifying musters, 1200.

Nelson, Edward, Lancashire traitor (1701), 336.

-, Francis, riding surveyor of Hawkers and Pedlars, 339.

-, Neale, Stipender in the Royal Household, 1001.

-, Robert, arrears of army pension, 1101.

-, Thomas, arrears of army pension, 1100.

Nelthorpe, George, Lieut. in Brigadier Trelawney's Regiment of Foot, 1145.

Nether Trelabe (Climsland Prior, Cornwall), 169.

Netherlands. See Austrian Netherlands: Holland.

Neve, Peter le, Rougecroix Pursuivant, making extracts from the Black Book of the Exchequer for the Treasury Lords etc. See Le Neve.

Neville (Nevil, Nevell), Charles, royal bounty to, for debt owing to him in Charles II's Stables (in the Stables of his sister Maria, Princess of Orange), 791, 806, 810, 817, 844, 860.

-, Dennis, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties co. Derby, 349, 420.

-, Sir Edward, a Justice of Common Pleas, 258; a Baron of the Exchequer, 497.

-, Admiral [Vice Admiral John] at Cadiz, 186, 298.

-, Mr., rent of his house paid as royal bounty by Queen Mary, 1052.

-, Mary, one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 559, 564, 581, 598, 617, 634, 685.

-, Sophia, one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 559, 564, 581, 598, 617, 635, 685.

Nevilt, Monsieur, one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 1057.

Nevis (Mevis), West Indies, chaplain going to, 696; postal rates to, 406; ships for, 135, 136, 181.

NEW ENGLAND (and see Massachusetts)
-, agent for prizes in, 345; see Povey, T.
-, freight of Governor's goods sent thither, 23, 25, 136, 187.
-, Governor of. See Dudley, Col. Joseph.
-, gunpowder for, 181.
-, Naval Office in Boston, list of ships cleared in, 359.
-, ships for, 136–7, 166, 181, 184.

NEW FOREST:
-, Act of Parliament for enclosures in (9–10 Wm. III, c. 36 in Ruffhead), 347.
-, Burley or Burleigh, Bailiff of. See Bolton, Duke of, Burleigh Lodge, 169.
-, deer pen in, 57.
-, Ducquoy Pond, Keeper of. See Fox, Sir S.
-, enclosures and timber in, 92, 432; Commissioners for, 163.
-, officers and keepers, 74, 337, 898.
-, repairs of bridges etc., 119, 149, 427.
-, Surveyor General. See Ryley, P.
-, wood sales and timber felling, 92, 169, 239.
-, woodward, 216, 239, 337. See Pyle, E.

Newfoundland:
-, agent for Foot Companies at. See Thurston, John.
-, chaplains going to, 526.
-, cod fish, 184, 423.
-, fishery, 184.
-, Foot Company in, 31; clothing for, 181; clearings, 202; victualling, 215, 242.
-, fortifications, 182.
-, ships for, 166–7, 170, 182–4.

Newgate prison. See London (Streets).

NEW HAMPSHIRE:
-, account of revenue, 223.
-, Deputy Collector, 134. See Sheafe, S.
-, Governor, 136. See Dudley, J.

NEW JERSEY:
-, agent for Prizes at, 345. See Byerley, T.

New Lodge Walk, Waltham Forest, 519, 968.

New Park. See Richmond.

New Providence, account of money due to the Queen at, 482.

New River Company, collector for, 149.

New Windsor. See Windsor.

New York:
-, account of revenue, 223, 280.
-, Agent for prizes, 345. See Byerley, T.
-, Attorney General, 906, 935. See Broughton, S. S.
-, Bibles and Common Prayer Books for, 56, 401.
-, Captains of Companies of Foot in, 400. See Jeffreys, Sir J., Fletcher, B., Ingoldsby, R., Hyde, W.
-, chaplains and schoolmasters going to, 44, 147, 251, 543–4, 571, 622.
-, Chief Justice, 906, 935. See Atwood, Wm.
-, Collector and Receiver of his Majesty's Revenues. See Byerley, T., Weaver, T., Brooke, C, Plowman, M.: accounts, 130.
-, exchange rate with, 18, 130–1.
-, Five Indian nations bordering on, presents for, 543.
-, four Companies of Foot in, bills for subsistence drawn on John Champante, 263.
-, clothing for, 14, 149, 218.
-, form part of the Establishment for Guards and Garrisons, 195.
-, muster rolls, 400.
-, pay of, 14, 18, 27, 68, 130–1, 167, 195, 309, 319.
-, Governor of. See Cornbury, Visct., Fletcher, B., Bellomont, Earl of, Sloughter, H.
-, gunpowder for, 181.
-, ships going to with poor French families, 126; protections from embargo, 126, 167.

Newbery (Newberry), John, Groom Farrier to the Stables, 1010.

-, Mr., wheelwright to the Works, 1069.

Newburgh, Countess of. See Levingston, Anne.

Newcastle, Duke. See Holles, John.

Newcastle on Tyne (Northumberland), port and officers, 150, 158, 160, 165, 233, 242, 279, 292, 301, 314, 395, 403, 411; chaldron coal measures, 229; Excise frauds at, 314; Receiver General of Taxes for, 198, 199, 541. See Wyvill, F., Northumberland (Receiver); Sick and Hurt quarters, 67, 111, 318.

Newcastle (co. Staffs.), 123.

Newcastle (Ireland), rent charge out of manor of, 690, 699, 736.

Newcastle County (Pennsylvania), 289.

Newcomb, George, tidesman Whitby, tidesman Shields, 191, 403.

Newcomen, Jane, royal bounty out of Secret Service money, 734, 742.

-, Sir Robert, 618.

-, Dame Sarah, royal bounty to out of Secret Service money, 618.

New East India Company, See East.

Newell, Mr., bill for glazing for the Works. 1070.

-, Cornet Thomas, cornet in Lord Windsor's Regiment of Horse, 288, 1111.

-, William, servant of the Hall in the Household, 1014.

Newey, Charles, fine for extortion, 141.

-, Margaret, widow of Charles, 141.

Newgate Gaol (London) and prisoners in. See London (streets).

Newhall, Peter, collector of taxes for the precinct of Hampton Court, 930.

Newington, Thomas, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 349, 420.

Newland, John, mariner in the Mountjoy at Londonderry siege, 550.

Newlyn, Peter, Messenger of the Chamber, 1018.

-, Phillip, repairer of the bridges in New Forest, 1022.

-, Thomas, Messenger of the Chamber, 1018.

Newman, Charles, Teller to the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 224, 411.

-, -, shipmaster, 125.

-, George, Quarter Master in Col. Leigh's Regiment of Dragoons, 1113.

Newmarket (co. Cambridge):
-, king's clocks, 162.
-, house, 286. Housekeeper of. See Walker, T. and Eliz.
-, King's plate run for at the races there, 814, 840, 867, 896, 911, 929.
-, Lord Treasurer at, 79.
-, Messenger of the Chamber riding post to, 541.
-, Removing Wardrobe, 178.
-, royal gardens at (several little gardens and both parks), contract for keeping by Henry Wise, 66, 315; Keeper of, 331. See Ford, Robert.
-, works at, clerk of. See Winstanley, Hy.; debt to at the death of Wm. III, 1066.

Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford, Treasurer and Cofferer of the Household to Wm. III, 32, 37, 50, 211, 238, 276, 990; accounts of, 34; plate for, 222; receiving the Land Tax assessments on the servants of Whitehall Palace and Household, 225, 315, 326.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, 50, 226, 330.

Newport (Netherlands). See Nieuport.

Newsham, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Warwick, in debt to the Crown, 318, 400.

-, Thomas, son and executor of John, 318, 400, 480.

-, William, royal bounty to, out of Secret Service money, 754, 755.

Newstead, Capt. Richard, claims of the Enniskillen Regiments, 1087.

Newton, Isaac and Sir Isaac, Master and Worker of the Mint, 66, 164, 191, 231, 237, 246, 270, 294, 322, 370, 382, 428; sureties for his Office as Master of the Mint, 368.

-, Thomas, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forest, 153, 386.

-, -, Customs frauds, 335.

-, Capt. Thomas, Assistant Paymaster to the Train of Artillery in Ireland, 1093, 1094, 1095.

-, William, slater to the Works, 1171.

Nichils, Clerk of. See Exchequer (Court, clerk).

Nicholas, Edward (son of Sir John), Treasurer to Queen Mary and Paymaster of the Queen's private pensions and of the royal bounty to the French Protestants, 95, 98, 113, 133, 141, 231, 334, 403, 406, 944 (Nicholls); list of pensions payable by him, 1047–1058; and see Pensions.

-, George, Surveyor General of the Outports, 348.

-, Sir John, first of the four clerks of the Privy Council, 391, 536, 538, 966; signing an order of the Committee [of the Privy Council] for Irish affairs, 557; clerk of Signet and Privy Seal, debt owing to at the death of Wm. III, 1004.

-, William, Comptroller of Chester port, 233, 312.

-, -, a Queen's waiter London, 230.

-, -, petition, 439.

Nicholds, Edward, Lieut. in the Earl of Denbigh's Dragoons, 11, 14.

Nicholls (and See Nicholas), Mr., servant to the Gentleman of the Bedchamber since Charles II, a Stamp officer, 296, 454.

-, Mary, [sic] Ensign in Col. Harry Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot, 1134.

-, Theodore, Ensign in Lord Portmore's Regiment, 1148.

Nicholson, Francis, Lieutenant and Governor General of Virginia, 139, 335.

Nicolet, Jacob, a Dragoon in the Marquis de Miremont's Regiment, 1179.

Nieuport ("Newport," Netherlands), 1153, 1154.

Nightingale, Joshuah, child of the Scullery, 998.

Nixon, William, pumper at the Royal Mews, 1067, 1068.

Noakes, Tho., tidesman London port, 191.

Noe, Nicholas de la, Captain in Capt. Harry Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot, 1134.

Noell (Noel), Mr. [Edward], petition for a place in the Excise, 168, 446, 479, 480.

-, Edward, Register of Excise, 95, 299, 406; Excise commissioner, 95, 406; loans by into the Exchequer, 661, 667, 675.

Noguier, Stephen, receiving bounty money for Sieur Gaultier, 603; employed in remitttances to the Duke of Savoy, 495.

Nolibois, Captain in Count Marton's Regiment of Foot, 1168.

Noon, John, plumber, London, 147.

Norcliffe, Benjamin, steward of Courts for St. Mary's [York], 281.

-, William, arrears of army pension, 1102.

Norfolk, Duchess of. See Howard, Mary.

Norfolk (County), 313, 541.
-, Assessment Commissioners, 370.
-, Auditor of Crown Revenues, 216. See Shales, Henry.
-, deficiency of tax receipts, 370.
-, impressing and subsisting mariners in, 272, 460.
-, Receiver General of Crown Lands, 328. See Smith, J,
-, Receiver General of Land Tax, House Duties and Marriage Duties, 148, 165, 199, 262. See Briggs, Augustine, Brown, R., Ellis, Jo.
-, Stamp Duty Collector, 309. See Marry ott, Hy.
-, Surveyor of Houses, 262. See Richbell, E.

Norman, Anthony, importing French alamodes, 222.

-, Nicholas, brother of Anthony, 222, 438.

-, Samuel, Ensign in Major General Erie's Regiment of Foot, 1118.

Normanby, Marquess of. See Sheffield, John.

Normandy, (France), 585, 656.

Norridge, Mar., petition, 459.

Norris, John, Joiner of the Privy chamber, 426, 427, 479, 966, 1024.

-, Richard, coach hire for Treasury clerks, 781.

North Sea Herring Fishery, Excise on beer for. See Yarmouth.

Northcoate (Northcote), John, Ensign in Col. William Northcote's Regiment of Foot, 1129.

-, Thomas, Ensign in Col. William Northcote's Regiment of Foot, 1129.

-, Robert, Quarter Master in Major General Erie's Regiment of Foot, 1119.

-, -, Lieut. in Major General Erie's Regiment of Foot, 1117.

-, William, Ensign in Col. William Northcote's Regiment of Foot, 1129.

-, -, Col. William, regiment of Foot, 1128–9, 1189.

Northcott, Charles, Customer of Boston port, 374, 403.

Northey, Edward and Sir Edward, Attorney General, 234, 282, 290, 302, 345, 392, 393.

North Foreland (Kent), 211.

North, George, labourer to the Works, 1064.

North Kingbear (Carnedon Prior, Cornwall), 169.

Northampton (County), 267, 413.
-, Auditor of Crown Revenues, 216. See Shales, Hy.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, 250, 327. See Hart, R., Finnes, S., Hawkins, J.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 200, 507, 508. See Matthews, Benj.
-, Sheriff, 411.
-, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties, 421. See Knight, R. D., Knight, T.

Northorpe, (co. Lincoln), 266.

Northumberland, Duke of. See Fitz Roy, George.

Northumberland (County), 267, 541. 558.
-, auditor of Crown Revenues, 216, 378. See Shales, Hy.
-, Excise, lease of, 307. See Brabant, Sir Hy.
-, Receiver General of Crown Lands, 250, 327. See Hart, R., Hawson, R.
-, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax, House Duties, and Marriage Duties), 198, 199. See Williamson, R., Wyvill, F.
-, salt works in, 174.
-, Surveyor of Houses in, 420. See Langley, J., Jackson, S.
-, tythes in, lease of, 379.
-, wool run from, into Scotland, 250.

Norton, Lieut. Col. Ambrose, surveyor of the Mews, 59, 476.

-, Charles, Yeoman of the Guard, 984.

-, Edward, Major in Col. Harry Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot, 1133.

-, Col. James [Lieut. Governor of St. Christopher], Foot Company in West Indies, 926.

Norway, ships trading to from London, 212.

Norwich (co. Norfolk):
-, bishopric, Tenths, issues out of, 324.
-, city, impressing seamen in, 272.
-, Mint, Deputy Master of, complaint against his officers, 279.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 199, 383; and See Norfolk (Receiver).

Nost, John, statuary, debt owing to, in the Works, 1064.

Notaries and Brokers' books, extracts from, of the exchange and prices of bullion, 768.

Nott, Edward, Major and Captain in Col. Henry Holt's Regiment of Marines, 1137.

-, Robert, receiving money from Secret Service for the Earl of Montagu, 666.

Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, Daniel.

Nottingham (County), 171, 402.
-, Auditor of Crown Revenues, 216. See Shales, Hy.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, 328. See Fenner, S., Hewitt, J. & T.
-, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Taxes, House Duties and Marriage Duties), 200, 380. See Bury, J., Trueman, T.
-, Surveyor of Houses, 420, 421. See Winniatt, R., Musson, J.
-, (town) Receiver General of Taxes for, 200. See Bury, J.

Nowell, John, tidesman, Fowey port, 316.

Noyes, John, shipmaster, 184.

Nugent, Dame Anne, 609.

Nuthall, John, Receiver General of Land Tax, House Duties and Marriage Duties, co. Surrey and Southwark, 200, 383.

Nutt, Bartholomew, of Chelsea, waterman, bill for ferrying soldiers etc., 1201.

-, -, servant of the Hall in the royal Household, 1015.

-, Ja., petition, 480.

-, John, bill for Gazettes for the Treasury, 196.

Nys, Garret John, petition, 464.

O.

Oates (Otes), Dr. Titus, annuity out of the Post Office, 34, 229; payments of pension and royal bounty out of Secret Service money, 532, 537, 539, 543, 551, 558, 562, 564, 568, 579, 580, 585, 588, 593, 596, 598, 605, 607, 609, 614, 619, 623, 630, 632, 637, 641, 643, 644, 648, 663, 670, 673, 681, 688, 696, 701, 706, 708, 721, 722, 727, 728, 730, 741, 742, 746, 748, 749, 751, 753, 758, 759, 761, 764, 768, 773, 774, 778, 781, 782, 785, 786, 789, 790, 792, 794, 795, 797, 801, 802, 803, 806, 808, 809, 812, 814, 816, 821, 822, 823. 827, 828, 832.

Oath of Office, fees on, 227; as qualification for office, 409.

Obrian, Kenady, royal bounty to, 650.

O'Bryan (O'Brien), Lady Katherine (Baroness Clifton), widow of Sir Joseph Williamson, his plate, 12–13, 15, 217, 41; case against Mr. Sprott, 7,10; house in St. James's Square, 114; petition, 449.

-, Mary, wife of William, 3rd Earl of Inchiquin, marriage portion as a Maid of Honour to Queen Mary, 701, 918, 933.

-, Mr. [Captain, brought prisoner from Flanders], 889.

-, William, Lord (afterwards third Earl of Inchiquin), royal bounty to, 570; his wife's marriage portion, 701, 704, 713, 715.

O'Connor, Owen, Irish prisoner in Chester, subsistence of, 587, 605, 630.

Odeval. See Uddevalla.

O'Donnell, Baldericke, royal bounty to, 712, 714.

Offarell, D', (O'Farel) [Francis Fergus], Brigadier or Colonel, custodiam lease, Ireland, 313; petition, 473; certifying musters, 1200.

Offenbach, Scholl [School] of, 1051.

Offreill, Hugh, receiving royal bounty money for Balderick O'Donnell, 714.

Ogar, Col. Edmund, pension out of lotteries granted by Charles II, 148, 247.

Ogilvy, James, Earl of Seafield, Secretary of Scotland, 1003; lodging in Whitehall, 418.

Ogle, Samuel, a Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, 221, 384.

Ogleby, Elizabeth, alias Madge. See Madge, Eliz.

Oglethorp, William, Major and Captain in the Earl of Denbigh's Regiment of Dragoons, 1113.

Ogniat, Lady, arrears of Army pension, 1099.

Ohanon, Ensign in Major General La Meloniere's Regiment of Foot, 1163.

O'Hara (Hara), Catherine, royal bounty to, 888.

-, Sir Charles (Lord Tyrawley), President of the Council of War, 1202; inspecting Chelsea pensioners, 112; Regiment, 100, 1184.

O'Haugherne, Aldegonde, wife of Simon, 722.

-, Symon, prisoner in Newgate and in the Marshalsea, royal bounty for his subsistence, 610, 619, 624, 628, 633, 642, 644, 648, 670, 675, 678, 689, 697, 700, 702, 707, 710, 714, 716, 718, 720, 722, 727.

Okeover, Sarah, one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 1056, 1103.

Old Beatrix, one of Queen Mary's pensioners. See Beatrix.

Oldes (Olds), (Oldys), William, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 985; one of Queen Mary's pensioners, 1047.

-, Dr. Wm., [King's] Advocate for prizes, 413.

Oldfeldt [? Ahlfeldt], Captain Major of Brigade to the Horse, 175.

Oldfield, Somerfeild, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 985.

Oldham, William, tidesman, London port, 191.

Oldys. See Oldes.

Olivier, Elizabeth, pension out of Secret Service. 81.

Oliver (Olliver), John, Quarter Master in the Earl of Essex's Dragoons, 1144.

-, John, Master mason to the Works, 1040, 1064.

-, Samuel, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties for England and Wales, 260.

Onely, Nicholas, D.D., chaplain of Savoy Hospital, 355; vicar of St. Margaret's Westminster, payments to for tythes of Kensington, 769, 815 (incorrectly Oxley), 868, 928.

Ongley, Samuel, merchant, Customs drawbacks, 418.

Onslow, Denzil, conveyance of Fangrove, Knowlegrove and Stubridge coppices in Chertsey in trust for the King, 834; disbursements for said coppices, 823, 912.

-, Foot, a Commissioner of Excise, 227, 406; brandy seizure, 5.

-, Sir Richard, payment to out of Secret Service for his Majesty's immediate service, 591.

Opie, Mr., Customs place, 449.

Oporto (Portugal), 136; agent for prizes at, 345.

Oram, William, plaisterer to the Works, 1171.

Orange Principality, wines from, Italian Duty on, 135.

Orban, Lieutenant, in Count Marton's Regiment of Foot, 1169.

Orbell, Thomas, Surveyor Houses and Marriage Duties for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 349, 420.

Orchard, Charles, Collector of Exeter port, 177.

Ord, George, Second Lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Regiment of Marines, 1140.

-, Henry, tidesman Shields, 160.

Ordnance:
-, accounts, 97, 374, 384, 432.
-, allowance to Regiments, 1198.
-, artillery Train or Descent Train or Expeditionary Train for Cadiz, 28, 93, 203.
-, for Ireland. See Ireland.
-, Clerk of the Deliveries, 331. See Lowther, James; Pulteney, John.
-, Clerk of the Ordnance, 57, 331. See Musgrave, C, Sherburne, Sir E.
-, Course of Creditors' bills on the Ordnance Office, 501.
-, debentures on, 501, 502.
-, debt on, account of, 165, 364.
-, embezzlements, 162.
-, Establishment, 506.
-, estimate for, 7, 496.
-, gunpowder supplied to Sweden, 73, 325; bought in Holland to be sent to Ireland, 510.
-, issues for, to the Treasurer of the Ordnance, 7, 24, 25, 28, 73, 87, 93, 124, 128, 141, 164, 186, 189, 203, 325, 374–5, 376, 397, 504, 636.
-, keeper of small arms in the Tower, 331. See Gardiner, T. Land Service, 7, 24, 25, 87, 93, 189, 503.
-, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, 331. See Goodrick, Sir Hy.
-, Master General, 97, 331, 432. See Romney, Earl of.
-, Master Gunner of England, 331. See Browne, George.
-, muskets and pikes, 128.
-, Ordinary of, 93.
-, ordnance for the thirty ships, 499.
-, ordnance and stores for Ireland, payments for remitted from Ireland, 175, 384, 501 and See Ireland (Ordnance): for the Plantations, 51, 88, 217, 364–5; (for Barbados and the Leeward Isles), 232, 322, 364, 376; (for Virginia) 307.
-, paper of demands for money for, 353.
-, Principal Officers or Board (viz. the Master General, the Paymaster, and the Surveyor), attending the Treasury and references to, 19, 20, 97, 125, 142, 190, 322, 331, 364, 492, 497, 498, 499, 501, 511, 1190, 1191–2.
-, saltpetre for, 19, 20, 24; contract with the East India Company for, 8, 11, 110, 131, 190, 492, 495, 496, 498, 504.
-, Sea Service of the Ordnance, 7, 38, 73, 124, 325, 504.
-, share in the House of Commons vote of 4l. per man for Navy and Ordnance, 61; apportioning Supply for, 38.
-, Spanish money for, 31.
-, stores, bills for, 511; at Chatham, 162.
-, storekeeper of, 403. See Meesters, W.
-, Surveyor of. See Charleton, J.
-, Vote of Credit, 7.
-, Workmaster of. See Fitch, J.
-, works, 142; repairs, 190.
-, transports, 19.
-, Treasurer and Paymaster of. See Bertie, C, Mordaunt, H., Wharton, Sir G.; issues to for the Ordnance. See Ordnance (issues), transfer of orders in his hands, 289.

Orgeval, Capt. de, arrears of army pension, 1104.

Orfeure, Charles, importing salt to Scotland, 382.

-, John, Capt. in Col. Leigh's Regiment of Dragoons, 1112.

Orford, Earl of. See Russell, Edward.

Orford (Suffolk) in Ipswich port, 368, 409.

Organ provided by Henry Purcell for Wm. III's Coronation, 583.

Original Seal, lease of the profits of in co. Denbigh and Montgomery, 114.
-, Keeper of, 284, 454. See Meredith, E.

Orkney, Earl and Countess of. See Hamilton, George and Elizabeth.

Orme, Thomas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 984.

Ormonde, Duke and Duchess of. See Butler, James and Mary.

Ormsby (Ormesby), Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 823.

Ormskirk (co. Lancs.), St. Peter's Charity in, 266.

Orr, Thomas, Presbyterian Minister in North Ireland, grant to by Wm. III, 429.

Orrock, Robert, shipmaster, 182.

Osborne (Osburn), Andrew, labourer to the Works, 1064.

-, Charles, trustee for Bridget, Countess of Plymouth's pension in the Alienation Office, 240.

-, -, annuity out of the Post Office, 340, 399.

-, Sir Henry, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded in the Dutch war, 107.

-, James, shipmaster, 183.

-, John, tidesman, Falmouth, 431.

-, Sir John, pension as one of Queen Mary's servants, 1047; a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded in the Dutch war, 107.

-, Quintin, chirurgeon's mate, Royal Hospital, Ireland, 1098.

-, Peregrine, Marquess of Carmarthen, 1st Viscount Osborne of Dunblane, afterwards 2nd Duke of Leeds, Colonel of the First Regiment of Marines, 134, 234, 273 (for the Regiment See Marines), claim to the office of Auditor of the Receipt and dispute concerning same with Lord Halifax, 30, 32, 34, 35, 40, 44, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 71, 272, 276; building a frigate, 71, 75, 79; petition for a ship, 335, 438, 440; annuity or pension to, 71, 967; royal bounty to, 79, 345, 922; steward of Sherwood Forest and Folewood Park, Nottinghamshire, 955, 956.

-, Thomas, Duke of Leeds, Lord President of the Privy Council as the Marquess of Carmarthen, 521; pension of 3,500l. per an., 240, 521, 527, 550, 571, 631, 650; Wm. III repaying to him money paid to the Countess Dowager of Anglesea, 572; letter to concerning Poll tax frauds in Yorkshire, 154; interest in his son's the Marquess of Carmarthen's title to the office of Auditor of the Receipt, 40.

Osburn. See Osborne.

Osgodby. See Belasyse.

Osgood, Richard, figure Caster to the Works, debt owing to him at the death of Wm. III, 1064.

Ossory, bishop of. See Hartstongue, S.

Ostend (Netherlands), 1153, 1154; Irish prisoners going to, 490.

Otes. See Oates, Dr.

Otey [Ottey], John, Surgeon's mate to the Hospitals in Ireland, 1098.

Ottery St. Mary (Hundred, co. Devon), 199.

Otway (Ottway), Frances, pension out of Secret Service, 82.

-, James, Captain in Col. Farrington's Regiment of Foot, 1126.

Overplus or Surplus of funds of previous year, issues out of, 87.

-, of Malt. See Excise (Surplus).

Over Treveria (co. Cornwall), 142.

Overend, Thomas, pioneer in the Train of Artillery in the Irish Expedition, 1096.

Overshall, John, shipmaster, 234.

Overton, Benjamin, a Commissioner of Customs, 226, 330; Warden of the Mint, 585.

-, -, Elizabeth, petition as executrix to Lieut Peter Sutherland, 344.

-, Robert, Ensign in Col. John Gibson's Regiment of Foot, 1125.

Owen, Frances, Wardrobe pension, 1008.

-, John, Lieut. in Col. William Northcote's Regiment of Foot, 1129.

-, Capt. John, in command of the Pioneers in the Train of Artillery in Ireland, 1096, 1097.

-, John, druggist in London, supplies for the Forces and Hospitals in Ireland, 297.

-, Dame Margaret, discovery of concealments in the East, West and North Fens in the Lindsey Level, 64, 67, 131, 233, 477.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties, co. Devon, 349, 420.

-, William, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties, co. Worcester, 349, 420.

Oxenden, Dr. George, Professor of Civil Law, Cambridge, 401, 967; Judge Official and Commissary of the Court of Admiralty and Cinque Ports, 967.

-, Richard, Capt. in Col. Edward Fox's Regiment of Foot, 1138.

Oxford, Bishop of (William Talbot), payment to for maintenance of two youths at Oxford, 967.

-, Earl of. See Vere, Aubrey de.

Oxford Bishopric, pension out of Tenths of to Elizabeth and James Hamilton, 241, 251.

Oxford city:
-, All Saints parish, 307, 477.
-, Receiver General of, 200, 292, 417. See Harrison, Sir R.

Oxford County, 141, 317.
-, Auditor of Crown Revenues in, 216. See Shales, Hy.
-, Duty of Smoke Farthings in, 263, 276.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues for, 259, 296, 447. See Roberts, W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax, House Duties, Marriage Duties), 191, 200. See
-, Harrison, Sir R.
-, sheriff, 318.
-, Surveyor of Houses and Marriage Duties, 191, 421. See King, T., Warlow, W.

Oxford University:
-, Academy to be set up by Major Foubert, 69, 99.
-, Greek youths at, 58, 75, 342, 480. See Woodruff, Benj.
-, Lady Margaret Divinity Lecture, 401, 978.
-, Professor and Reader of Civil Law, 402. See Boucher, T.
-, Professor and Reader of Physic, 402. See Hoy, T.

Oxley. See Onley.

Oyley, D'. See D'Oyley.