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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 2, 1667-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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Cadiz, 5, 9, 122.

Caesar, Sir Charles, 48.
-, -, Sir Henry, 52, 60; a justice of peace of Herts, 177.

Calicoes, 63.

Callow, Richard, 572.

Calshot Castle (Hants), 455, 470, 472.

Calthoff (Coltoff), Matthew, 369.
-, -, Mrs., 243, 346.

Calverd(see Colvert), Felix, Sub-farmer of Excise of Herts, 353, 354, 472.
-, -, Peter, Sub-farmer of Excise of Herts, 353; Sub-farmer of Excise of North-umberland, 632.
-, -, Thomas, Sub-farmer of Excise of Herts, 353, 354, 356, 357, 358; Sub-farmer of Excise of the Northern or Northumberland Excise, 469, 471, 475, 632.

CAMBRIDGE, Edgar (Stuart), DUKE of (died 1671), 301.
-, -, James (Stuart), Duke of (died 1667), 18, 38, 39, 80, 171, 186.

CAMBRIDGE COUNTY, 139, 204, 243, 252, 260, 264, 319, 537, 628.
-, -, -, Excise, 105, 106, 190, 218, 219, 233, 240.
-, -, -, Hearth money, 24, 54, 125, 140, 245, 260, 278, 431, 570, 602, 614.
-, -, -, Receiver of Crown lands, 96, 171, 174, 183, 290, 529, 543.
-, -, -, Receivers, Solicitors, Collectors, &c., of Taxes, 217, 287, 516, 518, 543, 579.
-, -, -, sheriffs, 582, 628; undersheriffs, 24, 31.
-, -, UNIVERSITY, 87.
-, -, -, debtors sheltering themselves in, 140.
-, -, -, Jesus College, 140, 209.
-, -, -, King's College, 142, 370.
-, -, -, perpetuities to, 187, 433, 616.
-, -, -, perpetuity for a preacher, 187, 616.
-, -, -, -, for a divinity lecture (Margaret Professor), 187, 616.
-, -,-, -, to Emanuel College, 201.
-, -, -, Reader of Physic. See Glisson, Dr. F.
-, -, -, Reader of Civil Law. See Good, T.; Clerke, J.
-, -, -, scholars, 116.

Camden House, Commissioners at, 73.

Came, Caleb, 332.

Camino, Francisco, 169.

Canaries, the, 231.

Canary wines, 49, 51, 68, 82, 250, 253, 519, 522.
-, -, Company, 261, 574.

Cancell (Cambridge), 628.

Canham, Gascoyne, 612.

Canterbury, 460, 627.
-, -, Aids, collector for, 49, 51.
-, -, Archbishop of. See Sheldon, Gilbert.
-, -, diocese of, 79.

Canvas, made at Clerkenwell Workhouse, 47.

Canvey Island, 110.

Capel, Arthur, 21st Earl of Essex, 48, 493, 635.
-, -, Edward, pension, 97, 318, 567.
-, -, Sir H., 294.

Capheaton (Northumberland), 526.

Captives' money. See Algiers.
-, -, redemption of, 597.

Carbery, Earl of. See Vaughan, Richard.

Cardiff port, 200, 205, 207, 632.

Cardigan County, 218.
-, -, -, Receivers of Firehearth, 46, 173.
-, -, -, Receivers of Taxes, Aids, &c., 8, 164, 206.

Cardonell, Adam, Customer of Southampton, 223, 362, 519, 626.

Carew (see Carey), Anthony, of Ostend, 394.
-, -, Edward (a Commissioner for Aids, Blackenhurst Hundred, co. Worcester), 176.
-, -, Sir Nicholas, Commissioner for Aids, Brixton, &c., 523
-, -, Thomas (lease), 399, 425, 502, 613, 615, 616, 638.

Carey (Cary, Carew, Carye), Edith, 102, 281, 480, 486, 501, 628, 639.
-, -, John, Excise Farmer, co. Leicester, 190.
-, -, John, 2nd Earl of Dover, 263.
-, -, -, Keeper of Marybone Park, 546.
-, -, -, falconer, 554, 606.
-, -, Major John, 612; secret service, 640.
-, -, Mr., 477.
-, -, Peter, 102, 136, 228.

Carhayes (Cornwall), 110, 581, 583.

Caribbee Islands, 205, 605.

Carill, John, sheriff of Cambridge, 582.
-, -, Mr., goldsmith, 409, 606.

Carisbrooke Castle (Isle of Wight), 304, 437, 493, 495, 635.

Carleton (Carlton), Samuel, outlaw, 624.

Carlingford, Earl of. See Taaffe, Theobald.

Carlisle, Lodowick, 411, 472, 631.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.
-, -, Town, 63, 96, 155.
-, -, -, garrison, payments, 55, 119, 130, 165, 167, 176, 177, 190, 203, 404, 409, 516, 534, 572, 588, 616, 640.
-, -, -, -, Governor of, 404; see Musgrave, Sir P.

Carmarthen County, 215, 218.
-, -, -, Receivers of Fire money, 46.
-, -, -, Receiver of Taxes, Aids, &c., 164, 206.

Carnarvon County, 259.
-, -, -, Receivers of Fire money, 46, 173, 221.
-, -, -, Receiver, &c., of Taxes, 394.

Carnarvon, Earl of. See Dormer, C.

Carpenter, Thomas, High Collector for Stratton Hundred, 197.

Carr (Carre, Kar, Karre), Sir edward, 278; equerry to the Queen, 563, 571.
-, -, Col. Francis, Royal bounty to, 508, 639, 643.
-, -, Isabel, rocker, 76, 83, 86, 585.
-, -, Mr. (Chimney money, Suffolk), 80.
-, -, -, (surety for Mr. White, Oxford), 14, 153, 154, 217, 219, 230, 458.
-, -, Sir Robert, 136, 356, 454, 480.

Carter, widow (the powder maker), 102.
-, -, Henry, Groom of Chamber to Queen, 566.
-, -, Thomas, stores for the Navy, 570.

Carteret (Cartwright), Sir Edward, 156, 183, 252, 255, 277, 295, 534.
-, -, Sir George (Irish affairs), 265, 276.
-, -, -, Dunkirk account, 584.
-, -, -, (Poll bill), 342.
-, -, -, Treasurer of the Navy, passim, 181, 196, 205, 218, 220, 284, 312, 442, 444, 508, 536, 639.
-, -, -, account of transaction with the Bishop of Mnster, 199200, 270, 278, 286, 376, 406, 537.
-, -, -, Farmer of French shipping duty, 198, 247, 258, 266, 268, 533, 590.
-, -, -, for issues to as Navy Treasurer. See Navy Treasurer.
-, -, -, for issues to for the Dutch war. See War (inquiries).
-, -, -, interest accounts, 214, 236, 253, 256, 258, 375, 534.
-, -, -, (loan), 167.
-, -, -, 15,000l. for Ireland. See Ireland.
-, -, -, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 529, 533, 610.
-, -, -, 100,000l. on the Additional Aid for the King's use, 537, 540, 541, 542.

Cartwright. See Carteret.

Carvile, Edward, officer of the Alienation Office, 591.

Cary. See Carey.

Casaubon (Cosoubon), Dr., 177.

Caskys (Cuskys), Mr., 33.

Cass, Thomas. loan, 540.

Castile, Constable of, Envoy to. See Spragg, Sir E.

Castle, Mr. (shipwright), 178.
-, -, William, 119, 551.

Castlehaven, Earl of. See Tuchet, J.

Castlemaine, Countess. See Villiers, Barbara.

Catcher, John, Supervisor of the tin blowing houses, Cornwall, 283, 324, 346, 432, 570.

Cattle, Act against importation of, from Ireland to England, 261, 359, 414, 419.
-, -, Scotch, imported, duty on, 392, 393, 394, 397, 490, 491, 500, 503, 507, 634.

Cavalier money (60,000l out of the Royal Aid), 12.

Caveats book, 254, 379, 481.

Cavenaugh, Edmund, 395, 432.

Cavendish, Henry, Earl of Ogle, afterwards 2nd Duke of Newcastle, a lord of the Bedchamber, 411, 607, 610.
-, -, William, 2nd Marquess and 1st Duke of Newcastle, 220, 487, 500.
-, -, -, creation money, 195, 415, 609.
-, -, -, interest in Lindhurst and Noemanswood, 360, 367, 385, 387, 388, 411, 412, 428, 430, 479, 607, 615.
-, -, William, 4th Earl of Devon[shire], 418, 609.

Cayley, Sir Arthur, Excise Farmer, co. Warwick, 190.

Cecil, John, 4th earl of Exeter, 423, 435.
-, -, William, 15th earl of Salisbury, 426.

Ceremonies, Master of. See Cotterell, Sir C.

Certiorari, 481, 485.

Certificates of goods for Navy. See Navy; Eleven Months' Tax.
-, -, form of, p. 2.
-, -, of cash, &c., See Weekly; Monthly; Termly.

Chace, John, 411.

Chadlington Hundred (co. Oxford), 207.

Chadwick, Ann, 340.
-, -, -, children, 471.
-, -, Hamond, 234, 639.
-, -, John, 116, 152.

Chaldron measure for coal, 505.

Challoner (Chaloner), Capt. Robert (Receiver of Hearth money, Somerset), 26, 85, 119, 121, 173, 186.

Chalton (Chalckton) manor, co. Southants, part of the dissolved monastery of Tintern, 198, 210.

CHAMBER Messengers. See Messengers.
-, -, TREASURER (see Griffin, Sir E.), 2, 12, 13, 61, 94, 96, 109, 228, 329, 330, 391, 411, 431.
-, -, TREASURY or Treasurer, accounts, 348.
-, -, -, bills, king's servants and board wages payable in, 195, 268, 269, 274, 277, 284, 287, 289, 291, 305, 313, 323, 338, 340, 342, 345, 352, 355, 358, 362, 365, 375, 377, 382, 385, 388, 393, 394, 411, 418, 447, 502, 527, 581, 620.
-, -, -, certificates, 308.
-, -, -, debts in office of, 320, 327, 570.
-, -, -, establishment, retrenchment of, 565, 572.
-, -, -, issues to, 90, 93, 94, 99, 102, 103, 164, 183, 204, 211, 214, 228, 244, 252, 274, 289, 345, 463, 503, 504, 527, 528, 541, 542, 552, 581, 599, 601, 602, 604, 606, 607, 611, 620, 638, 639.
-, -, -, issues and assignments by, 195, 239, 358.
-, -, -, office of, 96, 186.

Chamberlain, Edward, Farmer of Excise of Bristol, 190.
-, -, Mr., 88.

Chambers, John, 551.
-, -, William, 131, 551; stores, 569.

Champanty, John [Excise Office]. 364, 369, 375, 508, 512; loan, 552, 620.

Champion, Richard, Keeper of the Privy Gallery, Whitehall, 601.

Champs, Thomas de, falconer, 554, 606.

Chancery, 375, 591, 594.
-, -, forest commissions out of, 442.
-, -, Masters in, 21, 591.
-, -, -, payments to, 97, 167, 191, 215, 544, 588, 596.
-, -, records, 442.
-, -, Six Clerks Office. See Six.

Chandos, Lord. See Brydges, William.

Chantry Lands, Collectors of, 571, 565.
-, -, rents, rolls of, 246, 625.

Chapel Royal. See St. James's.

Chapman, Henry, 171.

Chappell, John, 551.

Charing Cross, mews or stables at. See Royal Mews.

Charles, John, 162; stores, 569.

Charleton (Charlton), Sir Job, 37, 67, 74, 81, 90, 119, 123, 142, 201, 260, 288, 422, 532.
-, -, William, informer, 386, 599, 604.

Charnock, Sir George, serjeant at arms, 116, 548, 610.
-, -, John, King's waiter London port, 631; loan to the Government, 551.
-, -, Roger, a clerk in the Treasury, formerly a clerk to Sir Philip Warwick, 137, 262, 272, 291, 297, 298, 302, 309, 316, 317, 318, 319, 322, 324, 325, 327, 334, 335, 337, 338, 347, 352, 354, 355, 358, 363, 365, 375, 376, 378, 379, 380, 381, 388, 389, 391, 393, 395, 398, 401, 404, 408, 409, 410, 416, 419, 425, 426, 427, 429, 434, 437, 438, 440, 441, 442, 446, 448, 449, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 461, 463, 472, 480, 482, 486, 490, 492, 497, 498, 502, 504, 507, 512; issues to, for special service or for special disposal by the Treasury Lords, 305, 560, 600, 601, 604; loan to the Government, 551.
-, -, St. John, Bart., discharge of Baronet fee, 530.

Chase, John, King's apothecary, 549, 612.

Chatham, 118, 139, 162, 163, 164, 168, 183, 187, 192, 203, 253, 257.
-, -, chest, 483, 489, 504.
-, -, cripples at, 17.
-, -, naval chest at, 116.
-, -, ship yard, 509.

Chaworth, Sir Richard (loan), 179.

Chelmsford (Essex), 194.

Chelsea (Middlesex), 563.

Chelsea College, grant of, to the Royal Society, 113, 121, 123, 223.

Chepstow, garrison payment, 50, 175 [Captain of, see Worcester, Marquess of], 572, 587, 588, 616, 640.

Chequer Office. See Lincoln's Inn.

Chester, Mr., head Collector of co. Gloucester. 337, 390.

Chester, City, Bishop, 387, 509.
-, -, -, Bishopric, tenths collectors, etc., 192, 196.
-, -, -, Castle. Governor of. See Shakerley, Sir J.
-, -, -, garrison, 130, 142 (Governor of see Shakerley, Sir J.), 283.
-, -, -, -, payments, 168, 210, 263, 272, 273, 277, 279, 282, 433, 460, 540, 567, 627, 640.
-, -, -, port, 515, 600.
-, -, County, 113, 139, 268.
-, -, -, Excise, 190, 283.
-, -, -, Fire Hearth, 268.
-, -, -, -, Receivers of, 29, 41, 388, 600, 601.
-, -, -, Receiver, &c., of Crownlands, 83, 172, 188, 279, 361, 581.
-, -, -, Receiver, &c., of Taxes, 60, 88, 113, 127, 139, 206, 223, 508, 510, 518, 532.
-, -, -, taxes, assessments, 113.
-, -, Herald. See Lee, T.

Chesterfield, Earl and Countess of. See Stanhope.

Chetle, Thomas, 643.

Chichley (Chichely, Chichesley), Thomas (a Commissioner for the Office of Master of the Ordnance), 127, 132, 161, 189, 205, 315, 320, 336.

Chichester (Sussex), 110, 519, 578.
-, -, tenths collectors, etc., 192, 196.

Chief Justice for forests. Trent South. See Oxford, Earl of, 361, 367, 375.

Chiffinch, William, 265, 266, 310, 319, 445, 535, 623; payments to for secret service, 553, 566, 567, 568; a page of the Bedchamber, 211, 475; closetkeeper, 544, 585, 620; loan to the king, 196, 560.

Chilcott, Mr., Collector of Hearth money, co. Devon, 306.

Child, Robert, 147; Master of Tents and Toils, 523, 553, 615, 620, 622, 639.
-, -, Mr., brewer in Southwark, 381.
-, -, Josuah or Josias, banker, proposer for the Navy victualling, 387, 403, 409, 420, 423, 433, 435.

Childerley (co. Cambridge), 204.

Chimney money. See Hearth money.

Chingford Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Chipping Norton, Oxford, 83.

Chislet, William, Auditor of the Exchequer, styled indifferently auditor and deputy-auditor (deputy to Sir J. Seymour, Auditor of the Exchequer Court), 21, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35, 55, 64, 66, 70, 74, 75, 77, 83, 94, 96, 99, 121, 129, 136, 140, 150, 153, 170, 184, 209, 218, 223, 224, 236, 243, 246, 248, 256, 262, 263, 264, 266, 268, 271, 281, 286, 289, 293, 297, 304, 307, 312, 314, 329, 330, 331, 343, 346, 351, 356, 369, 371, 374, 379, 387, 400, 401, 411, 428, 430, 479, 495, 498, 501, 502, 508, 509, 518, 523, 532, 534, 599, 602, 644.

Chocki. See Choqueux.

Chomley (Cholmondeley, Cholmly), Sir Hugh, alum farmer, 55, 59, 77, 244, 471, 474, 480, 496, 509, 632.

Choqueux (Chocki, Shokee), Anthony, King's chirurgeon, 540, 549, 639.

Christchurch Hospital, London, 242, 252, 524.

Christian, William (Receiver Hearth money for Durham), 25, 49, 50, 152, 173, 174, 232, 235, 512; a Farmer of Excise for the Northern Counties, 358.

Chudleigh, Thomas, Receiver for co. Devon, 498, 502, 503, 638.

Church Rate, 48.

Church, Percy, 453, 471, 630; Groom of Privy Chamber to Queen Mother.

Churchill, Sir Vincent [Winston], 63, 67, 73, 74.

Cider, duty on, 40, 47.

Cinque Ports, Hearth money, 9, 128, 129, 133, 137, 635.
-, -, Warden, 276, 398.

Citrons, duties on, 188, 515.

Civil Wars (late), 74.

Civil Government, loans for 200,000l. on Customs (see Customs farmer loan), 4, 8, 16, 25, 30, 35, 40, 42, 164, 171, 340, 395.

Civitt, Mlle., woman of the Chamber to the Queen Mother, 560.

Clack, Henry, officer of the Alienation Office, 591.

Claims, Court of. See Ireland (Commissioners).

Clane, Viscount. See Dungan, William.

Clapham, Sir Christopher. 17.

Clare, Earl of. See Holles, G.
-, -, Clarenceux, King of Arms. See Rich, Sir E.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, E.

Clarendon Park, ranger of. See Sydnam, H.

Clarges (Clergis, Clerges), Sir Thomas, 29, 32, 47, 49, 62, 68, 106, 116, 124, 133, 179, 180, 307, 309; annuity, 562; (Deputy Keeper of the New Park at Hampton Court), 201, 389, 630, 633.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke, Clarck), Sir Francis, Receiver of Hearth money for Kent, 44, 52. 78, 139, 147, 212, 253, 337, 341, 576, 614.
-, -, Francis, 150, 205, 428.
-, -, George (clerk of the stores), 545, 606 (Sheerness account), 397.
-, -, James, 78; lease, 562.
-, -, John, 119; D.C.L., Reader of Civil Law, Cambridge, 203.
-, -, Mr. [Jon], of Sir Edward Griffin's office, 313, 410, 434, 436.
-, -, Timothy, King's physician, 549, 612.

Claro (Yorks), 630.

Clavely, John (rector of Basingstoke), 71.

Clayhanger (Bampton Hundred, Devon), 30.

Clayton, Mr., 106, 260, 268, 269, 270, 284, 300, 564.
-, -, -, Farmer of Post Fines, 297, 317, 148, 155, 267.
-, -, Sir John, 443.
-, -, [Robert]. Sir John Prettiman's debt, 270, 298, 338.
-, -, William, King's musician, 557, 592.

Cleaver, Amy, 316.

Clement (Clerrent) John, 176; wire drawer, 420, 612.
-, -, -, musician, 557, 593.

Clergus. See Clarges.

Clerk of the Closet. See Royal Household.
-, -, -, -, Council, 350.
-, -, -, -, Market. See Royal Household.
-, -, -, -, Peace. See Peace.

Clerkenwell, 29, 101, 386.
-, -, workhouse at, 47, (Master of, see Poyns, Mr.).

Clerrent. See Clement.

Cleveland (Yorks), 200, 521.

Cleveland, Earl of. See Wentworth, Thomas.

Clevely, John (rector of Beeching Stoke, Wilts), 83.

Cleyton. See Clayton.

Clifford, Henry, 283.
-, -, Mrs., 323, 439.
-, -, -, pension to, 323.
-, -, Sir Thomas, as a Treasury Lord, Passim; Comptroller of the Household (and from June, 1668, Treasurer of the Household), 1, 53, 216, 302, 323 and passim; loan to the Government, 551, 582; for his share in the Logwood Farm, see Logwood.

Clifford's Tower (Yorks), 471.

Clifton (Clyfton), Sir Clifford, 90.
-, -, Mr., 139.

Clifton (Devon), perpetuity for borough of, 207.

Clinton, Lady, 544; Queen's dresser, 585, 635.

Clipsham, Mr., 88.

Cloberry, Sir John, pension, 254, 479, 482, 526, 541, 633.

Clocks, watches, and alarms, 160.

Closet. See Royal Household (Clerk).

Cloth of State for Ambassador, 327.

Clutterbuck, John, Receiver of Poll money for the House of Peers, 35, 38, 57, 59, 139, 176, 209, 278, 382, 398, 410, 468, 470, 537, 599.
-, -, Jeremy (Aids of co. Oxford), 295, 296, 297, 300, 304, 564.

Coal duty, from Sunderland, questions as to, 264, 281, 505, 553, 631.
-, -,-, farm of duty of 4s. per chaldron on exported coal (Sir Job Harvey et al farmers), 63, 99, 132, 136. 201, 207, 221, 226, 450, 499; (Lord Townshend, farmer), 132, 220, 578.
-, -, -, farm of 1s. per chaldron on sea coals or exported coals (viscount Mordaunt et al farmers), 22, 34, 104, 182, 264, 275, 277, 351, 366, 368, 452, 4834, 508, 522, 587, 589, 590, 602, 631. 638; of 12 pence per chaldron on coast-borne coal, 452, 505.
-, -, farm, assessing profits of, 4834.
-, -, -, annuities, &c., charged on, 99, 132, 136, 409.
-, -, measure, 375, 389, 450, 505.
-, -, mines, leases of, 205, 385, 586.

Coape. See Cope.

Coates (Cotes), Nicholas, surety for Mr. Hill. Receiver of Hearth money for co. Cambridge. 140, 245, 246, 272, 278, 282, 322, 348, 391, 400, 431, 434, 457, 466, 537, 570, 614, 628.
-, -, Col. Thomas, Wine Act Commissioner, 572, 581.

Cobb, Francis, 524.
-, -, Sir Francis, 84, 136, 148, 542.

Cobb Pier (Lyme Regis), 312.

Cobham (Surrey), 195.

Cock(Cocke, Cook), Capt. George, 130; Treasurer to the Sick and Wounded, [in the Dutch war] for accounts of and issues to as such see Sick; issues to, for Dutch prisoners, 312, 504; loans to the Government of certain orders and assignments payable to him and others his partners for goods, &c., supplied to the Navy (including all transactions relating to the re-assigning of such orders to divers other creditors of the Government by means of orders of assignation or transfer drawn upon the said Cock), 84, 89, 162, 186, 187. 197, 235, 290, 296, 297, 303, 305, 311, 321. 399, 447, 449. 457, 459, 460. 468, 471, 481, 487, 492, 495, 497. 501, 504. 5089. 510, 542, 625. 626. 627; furnisher of stores for the Navy, 89, 524, 551; petition for lands, 341, 362, 584; Chimney farmer, 361.
-, -, Henry. See Le Cocq.

Cocks. See Cox.

Cockshut, John, 421.

Cockwell, Dora, 183.

Cocquet, 353, 381.

Cod fish, 280, 284, 405.

Coffee, 95, 196.
-, -, men, duty on, 40, 47.

Cofferer. See Royal Household.

Cogayne (Cogain, Cogan), Anthony, 82, 185, 194.

Coinage see Mint; and Coinage Act see Mint; Backwell; Vyner.

Coins. See Pieces of eight; Rix dollars; Noble; gulden; Crusadoes; Testoons.
-, -, export. See Bullion.
-, -, foreign, 489.
-, -, -, tariff of, for ireland, 494.

Coker, Henry and Sir Henry, sheriff of Wilts and Receiver of Hearth money, Wilts, 307, 340, 484, 509, 511, 577.

Colbert, Sieur Jean Baptiste, Ambassador Extraordinary from France, 619.

Colby, Hobart, Groom of Chamber to Queen Consort, 562, 617.
-, -, Philip, 183.

Colchester (Essex), 296, 421, 644.

Coldstreamers, 329, 337, 344, 347, 463, 552, 572, 580.

Cole, John, breeder of wild fowl, 545.
-, -, -, brewer, 282, 318, 324.
-, -, Sir John, Master in Chancery, 399.
-, -, Mr., Farmer of the Excise of Essex, 354.

Coleby, Philip, 162.

Coleman, Charles, 340; King's music, 587, 593.
-, -, Edward, of the King's music, 557, 592.
-, -, Mr., of the King's music, 364.
-, -, William, sub-collector, Diocese of Norwich, 192, 197.

Colepeper, Lady, 398.
-, -, Thomas, 2nd Lord Colepeper, 134, 135, 151, 249, 267, 289, 297, 304, 315, 317, 398, 399, 400, 433, 466, 480, 493. 495, 498, 499, 501, 503, 508, 533, 560. 618.
-, -, -, loan, 563, 605, 635.
-, -, -, Capt. of Isle of Wight, 639.

Coles, Christopher (goods for the Navy Stores), 162, 163, 169, 174, 179, 184, 194.
-, -, Mr., 223.
-, -, Timothy, 4, 103, 235, 564 loans.

Coleseed, 522.

Collaton("Culleton,"Devon), 210.

Collet(Coller), Thomas (Sub-collector, Clerk-enwell), 101.

Colleton, Sir John, 146.
-, -, Sir Peter, 136. 218.

Collins (Collyns, Collings), John, Country Accomptant in the Excise Office, 137, 340. 353; acting as Auditor of Hearth money accounts, 223.
-, -, Thomas, falconer, 559, 606.

Collier (Collyer), Captain, 299.
-, -, Thomas, 124.

Colliers row Ward (Essex), 537.

Colonies, for questions as to Navigatin Act see Navigation.

Colthoff. See Calthoff.

Colvert (? Calvert), Elizabeth, widow, 215.

Colvile (Colvill, Colville), John. goldsmith and banker of London, 70, 72, 482, 642; loans to Government, 249, 265, 267, 284, 298, 301, 303, 325, 531, 534, 539, 568; repayments of loans, 20, 102, 163, 271. 339, 582, 641; interest accounts, 6, 26, 39, 76, 97, 135. 184, 190, 209, 223, 256, 271, 292, 294, 305, 340, 369, 371, 503, 517, 518, 641.

Commissioners, for all separate Commissioners see under the various heads: Accounts, Appeals; &c., &c., &c.

Committee, for all Committee see under the various heads, such as Trade, &c.

Common Pleas Court, 346.
-, -, -, Justices of, 207, 537.
-, -, -, Ireland, Justices of. See Alexander, Sir J.

Commons, House of, 63, 103, 104, 111, 121, 135, 138, 142, 148, 150, 265, 267, 301.
-, -, -, addresses to King, 255.
-, -, -, bills, 120, 303.
-, -, -, complaints of, 440.
-, -, -, Clerk of. See Goldsbrough, Mr.
-, -, -, engaged on supply, 300.
-, -, -, Members of, 241, 250, 311.
-, -, -, orders of, 533.
-, -, -, petition to, 111.
-, -, -, privilege. See Parliament.
-, -, -, Serjeant-at-arms, 287.
-, -, -, Speaker. See Turner, Sir Edward, 61, 216.
-, -, -, stationery for, 159, 590.
-, -, -, votes, 284, 296.

Compensation for ships, &c., lost, &c., at Barbados, question of King's liability for, 3312.

Compton, James, 10th Earl of Northampton, Creation money, 209, 541.

Comptroller, Mr. See Royal Household Comptroller, Clifford, Sir T.

Concealed lands. See Discoveries.

Coningsby, Juliana, annuity (Mrs. Hext), 193, 103.

Coniers. See Conyers.

Conspiracy. See Plot.

Constables, Collectors of Hearth money, 264.

Conway, Edward, 3rd Viscount, afterwards 1st Earl of Conway, 236, 256, 419, 420, 464, 465, 466, 476.
-, -, John (outlaw), 184.

Conyers, Mr., 331 (a searcher in Berwick), 571.

Cook (Cooke see Cock), Capt. Henry, 20; Master of Music at King's Chapel, Master of the children of the Chapel Royal, 5, 102, 104, 112, 198, 235, 238, 244, 277, 344, 556, 580, 593.
-, -, Capt. (Nonsuch Park), 17, 20, 24.
-, -, Capt. George (Treasurer for Sick and Wounded). See Cock.
-, -, Dr. (loan), 179, 288.

Cookham and Bray (Berks), 536, 571, 594, 624.

Cooling, Richard, 250, 252.

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, Lord Ashley, afterwards 1st FEarl of Shaftesbury, 381, 615; as Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer and as a Treasury Lord passim: prizes account, 387, 388, 415; gown for, 488; debt of Charles II. owing to, 608; loans to the Government, 167, 169, 625.
-, -, (Coawper), John (Receiver of Taxes, Notts), 7, 22, 81; (Receiver of Hearth money, Notts), 9, 29. 264, 375, 417, 495, 508, 515, 609, 642.
-, -, Mr., 96.

Cope (Coape), Sir Anthony, 18, 20, 25, 28, 116, 293, 299, 300, 307, 328, 336, 485, 489, 491, 575.

Copinger (coppinger), Mathew (Receiver of Hearth money, Bristol), 9, 15, 17, 19, 36, 41, 43, 47, 52, 61, 73, 76, 128, 136, 138, 282, 318, 324, 563.

Copper, prices of, 392.
-, -, Swedish, 392.

Coppinger. See Copinger.

Copyhold, grants of. See Crown lands.

Coral, 188, 529.

Corbett. Francis (groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Consort), 159.

Corbyn (Corbin), Thomas, Surveyor of Woods, Trent North, 275, 355, 367, 368, 370, 448, 561, 587.

Corderoy, Thomas, Secret Service, 640.

Cormorants, 545.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Henry.

Cornelison, Mr., 427.

Corner, Isaac (loan), 199; master bricklayer, 546, 565, 617.

Cornwall, Edward, 231.
-, -, Mr. (M.P.), 241.

CORNWALL, COUNTY, 7, 16, 106, 120, 121, 126, 131, 134, 139, 142, 186, 197, 207.
-, -, -, Excise, 59, 157, 349, 352.
-, -, -, Firehearth, 219, 242, 267, 346.
-, -, -, -, Receivers, 7, 25, 53, 61, 70, 81, 248, 250, 356, 380, 585, 595.
-, -, -, Receivers, Collectors Solicitors, Commissioners, of Taxes, Aids, 6, 7, 14, 22, 33, 56, 106, 109, 163, 206, 314, 317, 381, 385, 444, 564, 566, 581, 583, 589, 595.
-, -, -, Tin duty farm. &c. See Tin.
-, -, -, Wine Act Commissioners, 582, 616.

CORNWALL, DUCHY, 142, 301, 330, 570.
-, -, -, accounts, 375.
-, -, -, affairs of, 342 and see Tin 346, 347.
-, -, -, assessionable manors in. 380. 423, 605.
-, -, -, Auditor, see Harbord, Wm., 602.
-, -, -, bailiff itinerant, of. See Ward, J.
-, -, -, casual profits of, 623.
-, -, -, copyhold fines in, 43.
-, -, -, -, question of letting, 128.
-, -, -, feodary, 380, 602, and escheators, 608, 623.
-, -, -, Greenwax, questions as to grant of, 380.
-, -, -, manors of, 525, 591.
-, -, -, -, lease of lands of, 142, 331, 394.
-, -, -, officers of, 182.
-, -, -, Receiver General, see Napier, R., 267, 536, 568.
-, -, -, revenues, 72, 165.
-, -, -, -, abuses in, 325.
-, -, -, stewards, 305, 317, 324, 325, 342.
-, -, -, Treasurer of. See Napier, Mr.
-, -, -, Tin business. See under Tin.
-, -, Duke, 380.

Cornwallis. Lady [Elizabeth], 279, 280, 285 (325 pension), 379, 575, 585.

Corporation for propagating Gospel in New England, 362.
-, -, rents. See Ireland (quit).

Corsham (manor of, co. Wilts), 57.

Cory, Mr. (of Ostend), 105.

Coryton, Sir John, 142.

Cosoubon. See Casaubon.

Cottell, Mark, loan, 623.

Cotes. See Coates.

Cotter, James, Capt., 614, 618.

Cotterell (Cottrell), Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 38, 109, 112, 199, 329, 345, 488, 491, 557, 599, 617, 635; loan, 552, 619; Master of Requests, 487, 557, 610.
-, -, Sir Charles, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, 558; son of Sir Charles, 491.
-, -, Clement, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, 635.

Cottingham (Northampton), 510, 567.

Cottle, Mark (Receiver of Taxes in Oxford and Berks), 10, 279, 594.

Cotton, James, 207.
-, -, Sir John, 127.
-, -, William, a King's Harbinger, 114, 121, 204.

Cottons, 162.

Council. See Privy Council.

Course, payment of seamen in. See Navy; Seaman.
-, -, registering and paying in. See Registering.

Court of. See the various Courts: Hundred; Chancery; Wards.

Court of Claims. See Ireland (Commissioners).

Courtney (Courtny), Mr., 134 (a steward of the Duchy of Cornwall, 305, 317, 324, 325, 342, 347). 361, 380. 415.
-, -, Nicholas, 608.
-, -, Sir William, 30, 37, 90, 93, 116, 117, 125, 126, 132

Courthop (Courtop, Courtope). Sir George, a Commissioner for Fines and Alienations, etc., 359, 375, 591.

Covent Garden (London), 636.

Coventry (Warwick), 526.
-, -, Receiver of Aids for, 206, 396.

Coventry, Henry, Ambassador at Breda, 164, 197, 229, 234, 236, 242. 245, 378, 520, 526; Groom of the Bedchamber, 544, 585, 609; disbursements in Sweden, 562.
-, -, Sir william, 221; as a Treasury Lord, 1 and passim, 269, 427; (loans), 165, 177, 437, 439, 494; nephew to 221.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cowries, duty on, 93, 196.

Cox (Cocks, Coxe). George, a keeper of Council Chamber, 576, 639.
-, -, John, of the Armoury, 365.
-, -, Joan, widow of John, 369.
-, -, Mr., 354.
-, -, Sir Richard, of Dumbleton co. Gloucester, discharge of Baronet fee, 202; late sheriff of co. Gloucester, 338, 521.
-, -, Thomas, 243, 275, 332.

Coxe. See Cox.

Coxwell (Berks), 184.

Crackford. See Crockford.

Craddock, Zachary, 383, 395.

Craft (Crafts, Croft), Thomas, hire of ship, 191, 197, 569, 570.

Crafts, Lieut. John. 612, 617.

Crake John, 467.

Cramond, Lord. See Richardson, T.

Cranborne Lodge, Windsor Forest, 619.

Crane, Francis, 376, 385, prisoner; 511, 593, 598.
-, -, Sir Francis, 312, 319.
-, -, John, Clerk of the Greencloth, 593, and Victualler of the Navy.
-, -, Lady, 381, 394, 402, 409, 412.
-, -, William, 532.

Cranfield (Cranfeild), Lionel, 3rd Earl of Middlesex, 421.
-, -, Mr., 242, 254, 421, 473.

Cratford, Christopher (assignee of Countess of Derby), 586, 639.
-, -, Mr. (belonging to the Lord Keeper's office), 237.

Craven, William, 1st Earl of Craven (loans). 165, 526, 566.

Crawford, Earl of. See Lindsey, John.

Crawford, Robert, 330.

Crawley, Francis, Excise, Farmer, co. Beds.. 190.

Creation money, 78, 84, 96, 100, 173, 184, 196, 198, 201, 203, 205, 207, 213, 268, 291, 307, 379, 380, 383, 403, 415, 418, 423, 426, 433, 435, 437, 480, 485, 488, 492, 493, 504, 506, 516, 518, 520, 521, 526, 533, 609, 613, 632, 635, 636, 641, 644.

Crayford, Robert, 288.

Creed, John, Secretary to the Commissioners for Tangiers, 310, 482, 488.
-, -, William, 108.

Creighton, Dr., landwaiter, 65, 66, 69.
-, -, Robert, Dean of Wells, King's Chaplain, 177.
-, -, George, 177.

Cresset, Mr., 279.

Crew, Nathaniel, of Gray's Inn, a Master in Chancery, 591.

Crickett, Peter, 626.

Criche, Mr. (Collector of Firehearth money), 178.

Crispe, Mr., alum farm, 55, 74, 77; contractor for bricks, 117, 371, 374.
-, -, John (Hearth money, Cambridge), 628.
-, -, Sir Nicholas, 374.

Crockford (Crackford), John, huntsman, 559, 606.

Croft, Crofts. See Craft, Crafts.

Croke (Crook, Crooke), Sir Robert, Clerk of the Pipe, 24, 66, 71, 72, 73, 76, 82, 134, 173, 179, 293, 304, 490, 564.

Cromhout, Peter, 454.

Cromwell, Oliver. 142, 259.

Crompton Charles, Receiver of Firehearths, co. Beds., 212, 564.
-, -, Mr., goldsmith, 413.
-, -, Thomas, outlaw, 527.

Crook. See Croke.

Crookham, manor of (co. Berks, of dissolved monastery of Tintern), 198, 210, 212.

Crosby, Edward, Excise Farmer, Herts, 190, 357?

Crosland, Sir Jordan, 128 (Governor of Scarborough, for payments to, as such, see Scarborough), 404.

Cross (Crosse), William (attorney), 78.
-, -, Paul, solicitor for aids, London, 109.
-, -, Mr. (aids of Kent), 467.

Crouch, Mr., 281.

Crow (Crowe), Patrick, 243 (deputy to Sir Edw. Sawyer, 246), 374, 376.
-, -, Mr. (Clerk of the Peace), 286.

Crown and Church lands purchased of late usurped power, 580, 581; see also Coldstreamers.
-, -, Commissioners for sale of, 521, 552, 568.

Crown gold. See Healing medals.

Crown jewels and plate. See Jewels.

CROWN LANDS, 67, 316, 594.
-, -, brought back into charge, 235; and see Discoveries.
-, -, copyholds, grants of, 209, 262.
-, -, exchanges of, 317; for the exchange with the Marquess of Worcester; see Somerset House.
-, -, fee farms, 45, 284, 447; and see supra under Crown Lands (sales).
-, -, leases of, 78, 179, 184, 198, 200, 201, 205, 207, 210, 214, 215, 293, 295, 366, 524, 531, 535, 562, 571, 572, 588, 607, 613, 615, 624, 627, 628, 636, 643.
-, -, -, and grants, regulations as to, 30, 36, 91, 92, 249, 250, 372, 373, 461; leases not to exceed 31 years, 366.
-, -, power of the Treasury to grant leases, 226, 232, 487, 488, 489.
-, -, question of power to grant leases of manors or lordships, 330.
-, -, Receivers General, 125, 1712, 182, 313, 379, 622; grievance against sheriffs, 550; for the vurious receivers of the counties see each county separately; payment of pensions by, 51, 575, 576, 577, 602; regulations as to such payments by, 562.
-, -, rent roll, 246.
-, -, resumption clauses, 288.
-, -, revenues, 10, 42, 45, 54, 63, 469, 474, 484, 506, 577; for Auditors of see Exchequer Court (Auditors).
-, -, sale of land ravenues and fee farms from 1668 onwards to meet the financial distress of the government, mortgages on, 319; question as to the sale of fee farm rents, 448, 455; loans on land revenues and fee farm rents, 448, 507, 643; auditors' certificates and schedules of fee farms, &c, for the purposes of sale, 448, 450, 453, 455, 490, 621, 625.
-, -, Surveyor General of, passim; and see Harbord, Sir C.

Crown manors, See Royal manors.

Crown Office, secondary of. See Waterhouse, J.

Crown waste (King's waste), 188.
-, -, discoveries of. See Discoveries.

Crown (crowns) coin, 234; French 267.

Crusadoes, 5734.

Cruger (Cruges), Robert, 395.

Crundale (Kent), 562.

Crystal, wrought or unwrought, 188.

Culleton. See Collaton.

Culliford, Robert, surety for Veile, 542, 288.
-, -, William, Register of Seizures. 222, 244, 293, 297, 333, 336, 395, 523.

Cullompton (Devon), 571.

Cumberbatch, Richard, Recr. of Hearth money, co. Chester, 243, 524.

Cumberland, Duke of, 37.

Cumberland, county, 599.
-, -, -, Aids moneys, 275.
-, -, -, Excise, 157, 513.
-, -, -, justices, 513.
-, -, -, Firehearths, 35, 38.
-, -, -, -, Receivers, 28, 31, 34, 47, 81, 172.
-, -, -, Receiver of Taxes, 155, 206, 310, 314.
-, -, -, Receivers of Crown lands, 171, 214, 527, 599.
-, -, -, sheriffs, 387.

Curry Mallet (Somerset), 595, 614.

Cursitors, 240.

Curston, Sir John, Receiver of the Duchy of Lancaster, 16.

Custice (Custis), Edmond, of Flushing (Tin fisher), 400, 403, 413.

CUSTOMS, ENGLAND, accounts, auditing, 191.
-, -, -, additional duty, 310.
-, -, -, assignments on, monthly list of, 265.
-, -, -, assigning Navy Ordnance and Tangier on, 460.
-, -, -, books, 376, 440, 442, 592.
-, -, -, bonds, 63, 93, 400, 405, 416.
-, -, -, cocquets, sights or suffrances, 381.
-, -, -, Collectors' accounts, 219.
-, -, -, Commission, accounts of, 31, 35, 434, 48, 59, 63, 185, 375, 381, 388, 389, 393, 414, 415, 418, 427, 437, 446, 448, 450, 456, 618, 624.
-, -, -, debentures on re-export, 48, 63, 89.
-, -, -, declarations of value, 196.
-, -, -, entries, hastening in of, 79, 80, 87, 100.
-, -, -, farms of various small items, see Revenue (farms).
-, -, -, FARM, 25, 123, 124, 185, 253, 261, 302, 344, 354, 356, 357, 359, 372, 389, 414, 419, 452, 453, 627.
-, -, -, FARMERS, new (Sir J. Wolstenholme; Sir J. Shaw; Sir R. Vyner; Sir Ed. Turner; Ed. Backwell; Fr. Millington from Sept. 29, 1667, prior to that date, Shaw, Sir J.; Wolstenholme, Sir J.; Crispe, Sir N.; Jacob, Sir J.; Harrison, Sir J.), 414, 515; loan by, of 200,000l., see Civil Government; see Customs, England, Loans.
-, -, -, -, defalcations, 236, 361, 414, 463.
-, -, -, -, question of Farmers' liability to provide a Custom House, 143, 146.
-, -, -, fees, 103.
-, -, -, -, Commissioners for, in 1624, 195
-, -, -, frauds, 253, 358, 360, 365.
-, -, -, halfsubsidy on coast exports, 59.
-, -, -, House, London, 74, 98, 102, 103, 192, 289, 384.
-, -, -, -, -, assessments on, 200.
-, -, -, -, -, rebuilding of, 18, 20, 25, 28, 1167, 273, 293, 299, 300, 307, 328, 336, 475, 485, 489, 491, 536561, 575.
-, -, -, -, Quay, 300.
-, -, -, Impost bills and duty, 142, 149, 157, 218, 225, 234, 247, 248, 251, 257, 263, 334, 347, 443, 448, 475, 501, 508, 521, clerk of see Batelier, Mr.; Mead, Mr.
-, -, -, King's officers of, 352, 381, 388, 393, 418, 437.
-, -, -, loans by the Customs Farmers to the Government, 200,000l. for the Civil Government (including interest on), 82, 84, 87, 115, 149, 164, 2223, 242, 256, 263, 267, 273, 347, 441, 442, 492, 539, 568, 571, 623.
-, -, -, other loans to the Government, 123, 210, 216, 222, 237, 239, 242, 424, 428, 429, 432, 442, 445, 453, 46970, 473, 491, 492, 513, 635; and see infra Customs payments on tallies; see also Backwell (loans).
-, -, -, officers, 58; taxes on, 305.
-, -, -, outports, 600; coinage duty, see Mint; certificates of returns of coinage money from. 264, 363.
-, -, -, payments from, into the Exchequer; regulation as to the farmers paying part of their farm rent direct into the Exchequer whilst keeping in hand the remainder of their rent for the purpose of meeting old tallies on the Customs and of repaying to themselves their loans to the Government. 92, 98, 99, 109, 112, 121, 126, 148, 192, 222, 232, 236, 256, 263, 265, 272, 278, 291, 308, 333, 341, 352, 359, 373, 380; 453, 492, 510, 515, 531, 534, 536, 537, 584, 297; Register for such payments and general regulation of, 192.
-, -, -, payments from, on Treasury orders or tallies of assignment or charge, 3, 57, 99, 115, 158, 168, 169, 181, 215, 220, 225, 232, 245, 271, 274, 287, 364, 402, 405, 408, 411, 419, 433, 436, 448, 457, 459, 460, 509, 516, 521, 527, 539, 597, 614, 622.
-, -, -, payments from, removed into Exchequer, 380 et priora, 398, 446, 560, 580, 590, 602.
-, -, -, prohibited goods, 480, 491.
-, -, -, rates on the outports, dispute and order of Council concerning, 204, 367, 368, 373, 590; see Ellesdon, J.
-, -, -, registeringon. See Registering.
-, -, -, seizures. See Seizures.
-, -, -, tallies. See Customs payments.
-, -, -, warehouse, 353, 524.

CUSTOMS, IRELAND, 641.
-, -, -, book of rates, 641.
-, -, -, Farmers, 216, 254, 2567, 261, 271, 2756, 278, 285, 291, 292, 294, 352, 378, 384, 389, 412, 417, 419, 423, 429, 446, 447, 448, 451, 453, 459, 485, 487, 550, 581, 597, 609, 633, 637; and see Ireland, Revenue.
-, -, -, -, Commissioners for examining accounts of, 576.

Cutler, Cuttler, Sir John. Receivers of Crown Revenues, cos. Notts and Derby, 51, 172, 302.

Cutts, John, of Childerley, co. Cambridge, discharge of Baronet fee, 204.