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Index Of Subjects: C

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 19, 1704-1705. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.

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Cabinets, 437, 499.

Calashes (Caleshes), for French prisoners of war, 440.

Calico
-, 290
-, Pinnado, 413.

Candlesticks, 413.

Cannon. See Ordnance.

Captives, redemption of, account of moneys imprested for, 438.

Carpets, 499.

Cartouch boxes, 446.

Cartridges, parchment, 462.

Carved work
-, in furniture, 437, 499
-, in Windsor Castle, salary of Grinling Gibbons for attending to, 115, 551.

Catface, 290.

Ceremonies
-, Marshal of (R. Le Bass ; J. English), appointment, 414
-, payment for attendances at audiences, 232
-, salary, 113, 414.

Ceremonies
-, Master of, (Sir C. Cotterell), fee and annuity in lieu of bills, 94, 109, 312, 357, 396, 403
-, issue to, 197.

Assistant to (C. Cotterell), fee of, 99, 312, 358, 390, 396.

Chair cases, 413.

Chairs for Royal Houses, 290, 291, 336, 413, 498.

Chamber, The

accounts, 295.

establishment of, 168.

messengers of (R. Barloe ; F. Barton ; H. Bywater ; J. Chanceise ; G. Collins ; T. Harrison ; Knollys ; F. Sawyer ; T. Smith ; R. Stephens ; J. Thorowkettle) : appointment of, Lord Treasurer not concerned in, 87.

arrears, issue for, 7, 129.

bills of, 109, 185, 270, 383.

Clerk of the Cheque to (R. Poyke), fraud of, 270.

escutcheons for, 111, 514.

five dismissed, arrears of, 90.

payments to, 109, 179, 185, 232, 233, 338, 383, 471, 541.

petition of, 170.

reduction in the charge of, in 1698, 152.

Treasurer of (Sir R. Gwynn ; Viscount Fitz Hardinge ; Lord Edward Russell), accounts, 101, 216, 233, 295, 397.

former acting (J. Richards), 101.

issues to, 21, 30, 54, 115, 129, 176, 179, 232, 233, 234, 265, 338, 377, 389, 397, 414, 426, 504, 508, 528, 541.

Office of, 64.

Comptroller or Deputy Comptroller of (W. Vanbrugh), payment to, 152
-, petitions referred to, 111, 170, 278, 332, 461, 503, 561
-, reports of, 468, 469.

embezzlements in, 101.

established allowances in, issues for, 44, 115, 232, 233, 338, 377, 504.

payments by, 152, 168, 191, 228, 270, 287, 396, 420, 468, 469.

to pay clerks out of his fees, etc., 101.

Chancery, Court of, cause in, 199.

decree in, 358.

Masters in Chancery, salaries, 136, 273, 298, 426, 513.

originals transcribed out of, 343.

Chapel Royal

children of, clothes for, on their voices changing, 525.

liveries for, 111, 494.

master of, riding charges of, 64.

riding charges of, 64.

Closet, Deputy Clerk of the ( Donkeley), healing medals delivered to, 172
-, prayer books for, 128.

Gentlemen of, arrears of salaries, 82, 503
-, riding charges of, 64, 278, 332, 503.

Organist, riding charges of, 64. See also Queen's Principal Organist.

Sub-dean of (R. Battle), 286.

Verger of ( Alford), riding charges of, 528.

Vestry, Groom of, riding charges of, 64.

Sergeant of, bibles, prayer books etc. delivered to, 221
-, riding charges of, 64, 332,

Yeoman of (M. Alford), riding charges of, 64, 332, 469.

Yeomen of, two, in Charles II's reign, 332, 469.

See also Index of Persons and PlacesLondon and Westminster, St. James's and Whitehall
-, Windsor.

Chaplains
-, See Navy
-, Plantations.

Chief Justice in Eyre. See Woods.

Christening gifts from the Queen, 250, 307, 395, 447.

Civil Law
-, Professors or Readers of, in Cambridge University (T. Ayloffe), 113, 316, 392
-, in Oxford University (T. Boucher), 315,

Civil List

Queen Anne's, 81
-, issues or payments out of, 1, 2, 19(2), 21, 36, 37, 38, 51, 53, 66, 69, 71, 74, 110, 111, 113, 115, 116, 122, 124, 129, 136, 139, 141, 146, 155, 162, 166, 169, 174, 176, 177, 179, 186, 188, 206, 223, 229, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 245, 248, 253, 257, 263, 270, 274, 289, 292, 296, 316, 321, 328, 334, 337, 338, 339, 349, 352, 358, 359, 361, 362, 363, 369, 373, 374, 376, 377, 378, 380, 381, 383, 386, 396, 410, 414, 418, 419, 426, 427, 430, 436, 440, 442, 446, 451, 476, 495, 502, 504, 508, 526, 534, 542, 551.

William III's, no money remaining, 83, 86.

outpensioners on, 87.

payments out of, 7, 66, 82, 85, 86, 121, 136, 152, 162, 166, 234, 328, 414, 445, 476, 521.

Civil Wars, The, 477.

Clarencieux King. See Heralds' College.

Clergy, poor widows and children of, estate bequeathed for the relief of, 508.

See also Chaplains
-, First Fruits and Tenths
-, Queen Anne's Bounty
-, Index of Persons and PlacesIreland.

Clipped money. See Mintmoney.

Clippers, account of moneys received for prosecuting, 423.

Clockmaker. See Queen's Clock and Watch Maker.

Clocks, repair and cleaning of, 64, 469.

Closet, Deputy Clerk of the. See Chapel Royal.

Cloths and Clothing
-, Alnage Duty (Alnage of vendible cloths called the Old and New Draperies and the Subsidy of the New Draperies), farm of, rents reserved on, grant of, 234, 279, 425
-, issues out of, 30, 236, 424-425.

exported, 524.

white, licence for exporting, petition for renewed grant of, 547.

See also Army.

Coach
-, for an envoy, 542
-, horses. See Horses.

Coal, combinations for raising the price of, enquiry into, 280.

commission for the admeasurement of keels, etc., in cos. Northumberland and Durham, 174.

duty on. See CustomsDuties,

mines, leases of, 103, 268, 327.

trade, ships employed in, exempted from the embargo, 518.

Coalwaiters. See Customs.

Coastwaiters. See Customs.

Cocoanuts, duty on. See Customs Duties.

Coffee
-, duties on. See CustomsDuties
-, Wines, Low.

Coinage Duty. See CustomsDuties.

Coiners, discovery and arrests of, 90.

prosecutions of, account of moneys received for, 423
-, charges of, 409, 417.

See also Counterfeiters.

Coins, English, shipped for transportation, seized, 302. See also Mintmoney.

foreign, proclamation for fixing the rates of, in all the Plantations, 224-225, 238, 283
-, table of their weight and value, 225.

named :

Crowns.

Crusados.

Dollars, Cross, Old Rix and Rix.

Ducatoons.

Ecus.

Eight, Pieces of.

Farthings.

Florins.

Guilders.

Guineas.

Halfpence.

Livres.

Marks.

Milreis.

Nobles.

Reis.

Sols.

Sous.

Stivers.

Colonies. See Plantations.

Coloquintida (Colloquintida), paste prepared with, to secure records against worm, 364.

Common Pleas, Court of, Clerk of Estreats in (W. East), fees, 313-314.

cryers, ushers and tipstaves, fees, 409.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places, Ireland.

Commons, House of, 271.

address of, 443.

bills, 112, 299, 409
-, payments for writing etc., 205, 409, 557.

cleaning of, 205, 557.

Clerk of, issue to, 316.

Clerk Assistant (C. Needler), issues to, 205, 557
-, and other clerks, petition of, 82.

coals, candles, mops, brooms etc. for, 393.

complaint to, 420.

doorkeepers of, issues for, 205, 557.

housekeeper of (A. Ryall ; T. Smith), issues to, 205, 557.

libelling of, 299.

members of, recommendation by several, 519.

messengers of, issues for, 205, 393, 557.

officers of, payment to, 409.

orders of, 97, 408, 514
-, rewards for serving, 393.

petitions to, 299, 514.

Serjeant-at-Arms attending (S. Powell), issues to, 205, 393, 557
-, stationery for, 122.

Speaker of (R. Harley), allowance, 45, 156, 239, 331, 421, 507
-, stationery for, 122.

table in, new carpet for, 437.

underclerks of (H. Burrough, G. Coles, J. Courthop, J. Hookes), issues to, 205, 557.

votes of, 58, 159, 380
-, error in, 455 n.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places, Ireland.

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Continued Impositions. See Customs Duties.

Convex lights, 308.

Copper mines, leases, 103, 117.

Corn
-, (wheat, rye) exported, 531, 538, 539, 541
-, at Lowestoft, petition re, 479
-, in 1703, account of, mentioned, 411.

Cottonian Library
-, manner of preserving ancient deeds in, 364
-, presses for, 300, 337.

Couches in the Gallery at Kensington, 499.

Counterfeiters, arrested, 132, 386, 423.

discovery of, in the North, 420.

executed, 301.

prosecuted, 221.

See also Stamp Duties.

Counterpains, 413.

Court Post (J. Cardonel), petition for leave to surrender his office, 61.

Cravats, 42, 363, 419, 525, 551.

Crowbars and hand crow levers, 462.

Crown Lands. See Lands.

Crown Law Charges
-, accounts of, 159, 406-409
-, issues for, 6, 102, 124, 133, 221, 226, 245, 338, 348, 373, 435, 448, 504, 560.

Crown Office, fees at, 476.

Crown Rents. See LandsCrown Lands.

Crowns
-, 8, 73
-, exchange equivalence of, 14, 17, 23, 44, 49, 51, 70, 71, 77, 149, 155, 167, 195, 270, 271, 276, 347, 433, 500, 536, 553.

Crusados of Portugal, their weight and value, 225.

Culm, duties on. See CustomsDuties on coals.

Currants imported, 549.

Curtains for royal apartments, 289, 290, 291, 336, 373, 413, 498, 499.

Cushions, 498.

Custodes Rotulorum, letters and orders to, 230.

Customs

accounts, 122, 167, 413, 456.

Comptroller General of (R. Holt), 122, 167, 456.

fees for auditing, 295.

particular account, quarterly payments for making, 93, 177, 288, 372, 448, 560.

Act of Frauds (14 Chas. II, c. 11), 143.

arrears, account of, required, 50, 348
-, issue out of, 423.

boatmen, 378, 502.

appointed, 114, 135, 185, 187, 235, 242, 249, 283, 322, 351, 379, 394, 492, 493, 510, 528, 535.

dismissed, 351.

drowned, 379
-, bounty for dependants, 528-529.

salaries, 502.

superannuated, 394.

boats, established, 235. See also Customssmacks.

books, blank, parchment for, 153, 471
-, Book of Rates, 542.

Cashier. See CustomsReceiver General.

certificate goods imported into Ireland from England, officer for keeping an account of, re-appointment of, 339, 342, 387(2).

coalwaiters, 394.

coastwaiters, 384, 532
-, appointed, 75, 528, 535.

cocquets, 344, 387
-, counterfeit, 424.

Collector Inwards, London port (Sir J. Shaw), 258.

collectors, 133, 171, 192, 287, 334, 401, 528.

accounts, 193, 456.

allowances, 120.

appointed, 196, 249, 417, 436, 441, 492, 528.

complaints against, 139, 385, 421.

debts of, 34, 401
-, interest on, 131.

deputy, 294, 364.

dismissed, 196, 249, 417, 441
-, petition to be restored, 343-344.

exchanging places, 153.

fraud committed by, 514.

moneys advanced by, for impressing, subsisting etc. seamen, 49, 355, 455-457.

petitions for places of, 235, 277, 427.

resigned, 492.

salaries, 317, 530.

sureties, 34.

to hasten return of money in their hands, 162, 269.

Commissioners, formal references to, passim.

accounts desired from, 50, 348, 444.

accounts from Ireland to be sent to, 387.

draft bills referred to, 141, 450.

examining debentures in London port, relieved of the duty of, 106.

instructions by, for the survey of the northern ports, 186.

proposals by, 194, 339.

to lay an embargo on ships, 518.

comptrollers, 287, 344.

books of, 153.

deputy, 196.

salaries, 173, 477.

correspondent with ports in Ireland (M. Birchfield ; N. Culliford ; C.Horn ; F. Steel), appointment, 387(2).

customers, 287.

allowances paid by, 120, 196, 317.

accounts, fees for passing, 153, 471.

books of, 153.

deputy, 196, 344.

fees payable by, to Ushers of the Exchequer Court, 356.

payment by, for impressing seamen, 300.

salaries, 154, 257, 300, 392.

debentures, 242, 387, 424.

examination of, to prevent frauds, 106.

petition for payment of, 381.

Duties :

allowances for damaged goods, 171. See also Customs Duties, on wines.

debts and bonds for, 98, 125, 149, 181-182, 203, 266, 300, 329, 362, 428, 430, 434, 494, 519, 524, 535, 559
-, in the Plantations, officer to solicit payment of, 503.

Additional Impositions on French wine, goods, alamodes, brandy and silks (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c.5 continued by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 12 and 20), accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

deficiency of, making good the, 91, 121, 148, 175, 200, 242, 282, 308, 336, 352, 404, 428, 449, 486, 520, 551.

receipts from, applied to the Deficient Funds, 90, 121, 148, 175, 200, 241, 281, 308, 336, 352, 404, 428, 448, 485, 520, 550.

Coinage Duty, 2
-, accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

Continued Impositions on wines, vinegar and tobacco (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5 continued by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20), accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

orders on, surrender of, 518.

receipts from, applied to the Deficient Funds, 91, 121, 148, 175, 200, 241-242, 281, 308, 336, 352, 404, 428, 448, 485, 520, 550.

New Customs. See CustomsDuties, Tonnage and Poundage.

on alamodes. See CustomsDuties, Additional Impositions.

on brandy. See CustomsDuties, Additional Impositions.

on cinders. See CustomsDuties, on coals,

on coach horses, mares and geldings, annual yield of, 32
-, petition for new grant of, 32.

on coals, culm and cinders (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 13 (coals), 10 Wm. III, c. 10 (cinders) and 10 Wm. III, c. 21 (culm), all continued by 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 4),524.

accounts of cinders and coal duties, fees for auditing, 295.

Bank of England decline to lend money on, 5.

issue out of the 5s. per chaldron on cinders, 248.

loans on, issues out of, 2, 99.

principal and interest of, issue for, 375.

loans transferred to, 226.

tallies and orders on, brokerage on, 45.

interest on, 18, 170.

issue out of, 18, 170.

lost, 348.

on cocoanuts, 507-508.

on coffee, tea, etc., accounts of, fees for auditing, 295
-, draft bill for, 450. See also Wines, Low.

on culm. See Customs Duties, on coals.

on East India goods, Additional 5 per cent (as by 9-10 Wm. III, c. 44), 464
-, accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

linens, silks, etc., accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

valuation of unrated goods, 1, 2, 141.

on fish, 198, 239.

on French goods, Twenty Five per cent. Duty (as by 7-8 Wm. III, c. 20), accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

issues out of, 1, 38, 43, 48, 51, 95, 138, 193, 248, 263, 321, 343, 361, 368, 376, 465, 516, 537.

See also CustomsDuties, Additional Impositions.

on French prize wines. See Customs Duties, on wines
-, Tonnage and Poundage.

on leather. See Leather.

on linen. See CustomsDuties, on East India goods
-, on Scotch linen.

on logwood (as by 14 Chas. II, c. 11), farm of, expiring grant of, pension in lieu of, 32, 286, 532.

on salt, 125.

on Scotch linen and whale fins (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 45), accounts, fees for auditing, 295.

on silks, 521. See also CustomsDuties, Additional Impositions
-, on East India goods.

on tea. See Customs Duties, on coffee.

on tobacco, 98, 103, 300, 329, 424, 428, 478, 535.

accounts, fees for auditing, 295.

See also Customs Duties, Continued Impositions.

on vinegar. See Customs Duties, Continued Impositions.

on whale fins. See Customs Duties, on Scotch linen.

on wines, 75, 133, 434, 542.

allowances for damaged wines in 1700, estimate of, required, 3, 103.

French prize wines, 125, 204, 387, 453.

abatements for damaged wines, 311-312, 514, 542.

petition for removal of part of, 519.

See also Customs Duties, Tonnage and Poundage (One Third).

See also Customs Duties, Additional Impositions
-, Continued Impositions.

One Third Subsidy. See CustomsDuties, Tonnage and Poundage.

Three Fourths Customs (as by 2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4, for a Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, etc.), deficiency of, making good the, 91, 121, 148, 175, 200, 242, 282, 308, 336, 352, 404, 428, 449, 486, 520, 551.

lost order on, innovated, 265.

Tonnage and Poundage :

(as by 6-7 Wm. and Mary, c. 1, expiring 25 Dec., 1699), issues out of, 361, 465.

(as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 20, continuing the subsidy as by 6-7 Wm. and Mary, c. 1), (New Customs), accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

receipts from, applied to the Deficient Funds. 91, 121, 148, 175, 200, 241, 281, 308, 336, 352, 404, 428, 448, 485, 520, 550.

(as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 24 for a further subsidy for 2 years from 1 May, 1697), arrears of, to be paid into the Exchequer, 371-372.

(as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23, for a further subsidy for the life of Wm. III), arrears of, to be paid into the Exchequer, 372.

(as by 2-3 Anne, c. 9 [18] for an additional subsidy for three years and for a further duty of 15l. per tun on French prize wines), (One Third Subsidy), 212, 232, 311.

accounts of, fees for auditing, 295.

draft bill for, 141.

issues out of, 25, 181, 188.

loans on, issues out of, 21, 23, 41, 42, 48, 74, 188, 195, 200, 206, 292, 305, 320, 343, 349, 403, 536
-, warrant authorising, 166.

tallies on, 2.

(as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3 for a further subsidy on wines and merchandises imported), (Two Thirds Subsidy), exemption from, petition for, 549.

loans on, issues out of, 74, 534, 536, 537
-, warrant authorising, 533
-, without interest, 534.

Twenty Five per Cent Duty. See CustomsDuties, on French goods.

employment in, certificate of qualifications for, 306.

petitions for, 85, 86, 302, 326, 359, 548, 561.

recommendations for, 405, 504, 553.

Examiner Inwards, London port (H. Granger), petition for additional salary, 508.

examiner of securities. See Customsofficers.

examiner of tobacco, London port ( Hudson ; R. Radford), appointment, 417.

fees payable out of, to officers of the Pipe, 390.

fines imposed in Jersey, recovery of, from the farmer of the revenue, 170.

frauds, 106, 254, 371.

goods to pass customs free, 110, 147, 173, 208, 378, 450
-, petition for, 255, 266, 277, 289.

House, 300, 359, 411, 442, 505
-, northern clerk at, recommendation for vacancy, 115.

Inspector General of Exports and Imports (Dr. Davenant), salaries of his clerks, 237.

Inspector of the River Thames (W. Crouch), to be placed on establishment, 300.

King's waiters. See Customs Queen's.

landcarriageman, appointment, 394.

landcarriage officers, London port, seizure by, 553.

land surveyors, London port, additional allowance for, 98
-, petitions for place of, 364.

land waiters, 364.

additional salaries for, 502.

appointments, 359, 417, 492.

duties of, persons to be instructed in, 519, 558, 561.

employment of Frenchmen as, petition against, 505.

surveyor of, London port (T. Edlyn ; N. Rainton), appointment, 373.

messenger, 394.

messenger of the Chamber attending (J. Thorowkettle), allowance to, 109, 185, 383, 471.

money paid into the Exchequer, allowance to Deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer Court for joining tallies, 123, 200, 480.

portage of, and Exchequer fees for striking tallies, 509.

noli prosequi, entries of, to informations, 364, 507, 534.

petitions for, 125, 285, 294, 424, 427.

noontenders, London port, appointments, 235, 369.

Northern clerk. See Customs House.

officers, 128, 143, 231, 306.

assessments on, not stopped by a collector, 421
-, repaid, 390.

expenses of, in discovering smugglers, 133.

inspecting goods, 298.

negligence by, 4, 108.

obstructed on board a man of war, 378.

on the Northern borders, salaries, 423.

salaries, London port and outports, 187, 288, 377, 470
-, proposed increase or decrease of, according to the trade of ports, 500.

securities of, examiner of (A. Corbet ; H. Roynon ; H. Wolstenholme), 506.

appointment, 503.

proceedings against, 103.

soliciting the payment of debts in the Plantations, 503.

seizures of prize goods by, rewards for, 234.

shares of seizures for. See Customsseizures.

to notify Admiralty of delays in convoys, 20, 180.

persons to be instructed in the business of, 91, 461.

quayman, London port, appointment, 498.

Queen's (or King's) waiters, 248, 258, 306, 359, 384.

appointment, 373.

deputy, appointments, 306.

petition for place of, 198.

swearing in of, 258, 359, 384
-, without the Lord Treasurer's approval, 247, 248.

petition for place of, 339.

salaries, 404.

sureties of, petition of, 415.

Receiver General and Cashier of (H. Ferne), 198, 369.

abstracts required from, 122.

accounts, 509.

Comptroller of the issues and payments of (A. Sansom), appointment and salary, 106.

petition for allowance for clerk and incidents, 379.

to examine debentures in the port of London, 106.

incidents, bills of, 205, 509.

payments by, 93, 153, 154, 173, 177, 185, 194, 200, 245, 247, 257, 288, 291, 356, 372, 383, 390, 392, 404, 414, 448, 471, 477, 535, 560
-, Commissioners' warrants for, 106.

payment to, 193.

securities of, 156.

to pay into Exchequer, as much money as possible, 269
-, the arrears of Tonnage and Poundage, 371-372.

riding officers, appointments, 100, 128, 129, 172, 187, 249, 359, 417, 423, 492, 502, 535.

dismissed, 492, 535.

exchanges with waiter and searcher, 100.

for preventing the running of wool, 535
-, necessity of, on the Scottish borders, 209.

murdered, 423
-, payment to his widow, 517.

petitions for place of, 216, 422.

recommendation for place of, 209.

salaries, 359.

riding surveyor, appointment, 423.

searchers, 196, 436, 525.

appointments, 167, 436.

books of, 153.

deputy, 196.

head searcher, London port ( Williamson), office of, alleged to be clandestinely obtained, 149.

salaries, 194, 245, 414.

surveyor of (J. Dove), 302.

See also Customswaiters and searchers.

Secretary to ([J.] Sansom), 334.

seizures, 102, 258, 264, 277, 285, 343, 364, 389, 464.

discharged, 417.

officers' rewards for or shares of, 133, 234, 247, 302, 508, 532(2), 553.

Queen's shares of, not levied, to avoid repayment of duties, 508.

petition for refund of, 545.

refunded, 521.

reward for information resulting in, petition for, 192.

smacks, commanders of, appointment, 502
-, complaints against and warning to, 322.

merchants' petition for continuance of, 243.

solicitor of, assistant, certificate of, 326.

survey of the northern ports, persons appointed for, 171
-, instructions to, 186.

Surveyor General of, in America (R. Quarry), letter etc. from, 90, 343.

Surveyor General of, London port, books of, 153.

Surveyor of the Navigation Act, London port, 235.

Surveyor of Petty Customs, London port, grant of office of, 303
-, salary, 471.

surveyors, 277, 427, 532.

appointed, 122, 141, 318, 328, 386, 423, 492.

dismissed, 423.

See also Customs, land waiters
-, searchers.

tidesmen, 75, 235.

additional salaries for, 502.

appointed, promoted, etc., 54, 65, 114, 128, 153, 185, 186, 215, 242, 322, 325, 351, 359, 369, 378, 379, 417, 437, 444, 453, 472, 492, 507, 510, 528, 535.

changing places, 185, 300.

dismissed, 186, 379, 437, 492.

drowned, 379, 417
-, bounties for dependants, 528, 530.

petition of, 532.

resigned, 242, 322, 417, 453.

tidesurveyors, 235.

additional salaries for, 502.

appointed, 510.

tidewaiters, 454.

appointed, 412.

murdered, 422.

placed on board a prize wrecked in the storm, charges of, 188.

undersearchers, London port, leave for, 297.

waiter, appointed, 249.

waiters and searchers, appointed, 100, 110, 186, 196, 235, 249, 300, 322, 417, 423, 437, 441, 492, 529.

dismissed, 186, 249, 300, 423, 437.

exchanges with a riding officer, 100.

resigned, 100.

watchmen, appointed, 114, 258, 386, 472
-, duties of, in London port, enquiry as to, 50.

watermen, 235.

weekly certificates of, 192.

weighers, appointed, 172, 186, 394, 502, 503
-, dismissed, 186.

weighing and computing goods on board ship, ill practices of, 502.

wharves and quays, free, petition for the appointment of, 236, 501.

-, Ireland See Index of Persons and PlacesIreland.

Cyder, duty on. See ExciseDuties
-, Malt.