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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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Raban, Mr., deputy to Auditor Morice, 417.

Radcliff. See Ratcliff.

Radnor, County, 218.
-, -, -, Hearthy money, Receivers of, 29, 34, 54, 85, 156, 173, 175.

Rainfeild, Richard, 114.

Rainsford, Baron, 144, 314.

Raleigh (Rawleigh, Rawley), George, security and administrator of John Raleigh infra, 9, 15, 16, 17, 19, 36, 43, 45, 46, 51, 52, 61, 69, 179; Farmer of Excise of Bristol, 73, 76, 128, 138, 206.
-, -, John, Receiver of Hearth money for Bristol, 36, 206.

Ramsey, John, Excise Farmer cos Leicester and Rutland, 190.

Randall, John, Receiver of Aids, etc., co. Dorset and Poole, 206.
-, -, Mr., 316.
-, -, Samuel, 332.

Ranelagh, Lady. See Jones, K.

Rape, 535.

Rapeseed, 522.

Ratcliffe (Ratclif, Ratcliff), Mr., 113.
-, -, Lady, 151 (Lady Jane, 235), 237, 329, 342, 362.

Rates, book of, 192, 196, 344.

Rattree, Grace, rocker, 585.

Raven. Theodore, a Page of the Bedchamber, 211.

Ravenscroft, George, Keeper of [Records at] Council Chamber, 557, 599.
-, -, Thomas, 154.

Rawbon, Deputy Auditor, 264.

Rawley, Rawleigh. See Raleigh.

Raydon Edmond, 546.

Rayner, Edmond, stores, 569.
-, -, Thomas (breeder of wild fowl), 545, 639.

Read. See Reed.

Reading (Berks), 62, 180.
-, -, King's stables at, 370, 555, 589, 593.
-, - ward. See Savoy Hospital.

Rebellion. See Writ.

Receivers General of Crown revenues and of taxes (Assessments, Poll, &c.), for the separate receivers of each county see each County separately, 279.
-, - -, arrest of, 241, 244.
-, - -, accounts, passing and declaring of, 25, 39, 44, 125, 150, 153, 364, 374, 395, 450; audit of, 400, 415, 425, 434, 443; and see Exchequer Court.
-, - -, annual appointment of, 113, 124, 319.
-, - -, paying 12 per cent. interest on moneys detained in their hands, 110, et priora, 268, 325, 3323, 336, 341, 349, 351, 352, 379, 417, 444, 451, 467, 486, 490, 491, 511, 532, 571, 575, 580, 595, 635, 641, 644.
-, - -, queries as to supers on, 412, 416.

Records, Exchequer, in the Gatehouse, Old Palace Yard, 412, 416.
-, -, in Tower, keeper of. See Prynn, W.
-, - in the Treasury of the Receipt, 156, 610.
-, - of the Privy Council, keeper of. See Ravenscroft, G.
-, -, question as to enrolling of surrenders, 399, 402.

Redman, Henry (gamekeeper at Waltham). 545, 620.
-, -, Mr. (Wine Act), 572.

Redmond, Phillip, 81.

Redding, John (loan), 183.

Ree, Mr., 91.

Reed (Read, Reade, Reid), Charles, 85.
-, -, Charles, Receiver of Crown Revenues for Lennox lands, Yorks., 171; Receiver of Queen's Revenues for Lennox lands, 183.
-, -, Dr. (loan), 173.
-, -, Priscilla (relict of Col. Thomas Reed), pension, 112, 199.
-, -, Col. Thomas, 199.
-, -, Mr. (Piedmont money), 450.

Reeves (Rives), Capt. John, 18, 20; Receiver of Hearth money, London and Middx., 24, 564; Major, 40, 42, 43, 59, 65; Commissioner of Hearth money, London. 66, 312, 326, 331, 378, 386; Excise Farmer, Hampshire, 358, 483.
-, -, Sir E., 119.

Regiments, Admiral's, 33, 205, 206.
-, -, Colonels. See Armstrong, Capt.; Geo. Lord Douglas; Oxford. Earl of.
-, -, Foot, Royal regiment (Col. Russel), 206.
-, - -, Lord General's regiment, 206.
-, -, Guards, 127, 591; see Wentworth, Lord T.; Wheeler, Sir C.
-, -, -, King's regiment of, 597.
-, -, Holland, 43, 205, 206.
-, -, Naval or Marine (two), 31, 36, 42, 43, 45, 48, 53, 55, 64, 66, 68, 73, 117, 182.
-, -, Scotch, 72, 87, 101, 103, 369.

REGISTERING see Eleven Months' tax; Assessments (Additional Aid), 222.
-, -, evolution of method of paying in course according to the register (including the establishment of registers for Customs and other branches of revenue), 5, 77, 82, 107, 122, 197, 213, 281.
-, - on Wine Act, 622.
-, - on Hearth money, 213, 222, 233, 235, 240, 365, 366, 499, 511, 516, 528, 591, 629.
-, - on Excise, 213, 222, 233, 242, 309, 365, 374, 412, 511, 616, 643.
-, - on Customs, 233, 347, 365, 471, 533, 538, 596.
-, - on Poll, 233.
-, - on Additional Aid, 161, 233, 428, 511, 542.
-, - on Eleventh months' tax, 233, 347, 531, 620, 631, 637, 643.
-, - on Navy office, 416.

Reid. See Reed.

Reigate (Surrey), 185.

Reims. See Reymes.

Reliefs, 313, 321, 490, 505; feudal, 623.

Renders, Garrett (Gerrat), 153 (a King's falconer, 213).

Requests, Master of, 410; see Berkenhead, Sir J.; Beverley, Sir Thomas; Cotterell. Sir C.; Holles, Gervase.

Reresby, Sir John, sheriff of Yorks, 595.

Resumption clause in grants, 277, 288.

Retrenchment. See Revenue.

Revels, 544.
-, -, yeoman of, dresses for. See Harris, Henry.

REVENUE and expenditure and debts (see also Treasury; Debts; Assessments).
-, -, accounts of, or state of, 56, 242, 268, 269, 271, 297, 306, 309, 318, 320, 327, 408, 448, 449, 456.
-, -, charges of bringing in, 344, 575, 486.
-, -, farm of small branches of, 34, 99, 107, 149, 221, 224, 226, 334, 441, 452, 564, 625; see French shipping, Alum; Wood; Strongwaters; Coal; Potashes; Salt; Jersay revenue; Saffers; Smalts; Logwood.
-, -, financial distress of Government, 425.
-, -, propositions and resolutions as to payments out of, 23.
-, -, Receivers and audit, 25, 182; see Receivers, Exchequer Court (Auditors).
-, -, references or questions as to, 2, 42, 53, 54, 80, 124, 135.
-, - retrenchments, reductions, or proportioning of the various establishments, 243, 317, 325, 327. 330, 331, 332, 333, 404, 408. 428, 429, 431, 432, 442, 446, 447, 450, 459, 461, 4678, 469, 470, 474, 480, 499, 511, 565, 572, 621, 628.
-, -, weekly certificates of, 305.

Reversions, orders as to, 65, 66 (and see Grants), 264, 351, 382, 487.

Revet, John the King's brasier), 337.

Rewse. See Rouse.

Reymell, Edward, arras maker, 558.

Reymes (Reynes, Reims, Reyme, Reames), Col. Bullen, Surveyor of the Great Wardrobe. 84, 87, 121, 127, 132, 133, 137, 228, 238, 256, 269, 271, 273, 290, 318, 338, 341, 348, 350, 352, 353, 377, 421, 443, 458, 472, 491, 564, 572, 577, 584; serving in the customs, 192; district of, at Portsmouth, 312, 542; loan to the Government, 541, 625.

Reyner, Edmond. See Rymer.

Rhenish wines, 521.

Rhodes, Samuel, officer Alienation Office, 591.

Ricart (Ricards, Riccard), Sir Andrew, 68 (Governor of the East India Co.), 74, 141, 270, 281.

Rice, Walter, 207.

Rich, Charles, 25th Earl of Warwick, 399, 520, 603.
-, -, Sir Edward, Clarenceux King of Arms, 640.
-, -, Henry, 1st Earl of Holland (1649), Groom of the Stole, 471.
-, -, Robert, 2nd Earl Holland, 233; creation money, 213.
-, -, Robert (loan), 543.
-, -, Sir Thomas (loan), 169.

Richards, Robert (Collector of Hinckford Hundred), 72, 76.
-, -, Mr. (an Attorney), 75.
-, -, John, sheriff of Hants, 466, 629.

Richardson, Thomas, 2nd Lord Cramond (styled Lord Richardson), 264, 277, 279, 313, 321, 338, 389, 467, 472, 490, 505, 512, 531.

Richmond Herald. See St. George, H.

Richmond (Richmondshire), Receiver of, 91, 143.
-, -, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues. 172, 185, 533.
-, -, -, lands, 621.
-, - (Surrey), Great Park. See New Park.
-, -,- New Park. See New.
-, -, -, Archdeaconry of, Receiver of Firehearths for, 49.
-, -, -, Dowager Duchess of. See Stuart, Mary.
-, -, -, Duke of. See Stuart, Charles.

Ricot (Rycot), Mr., 7, 10, 12.

Rider, Capt. Richard (master carpenter to the King), 276.
-, -, Sir William, 99, 101.

Ridge, Richard, stores, 569.

Ridley. Mr., 10, 12.
-, -, Francis, Receiver of Crown Revenues for cos. Oxford and Berks, 171.

Riga Hemp. See Hemp.

Rigby, Mr., 387.

Rillaton manor (Duchy of Cornwall), 605.

Riots. See Hearth money.

Rise, manor or lordship of, part of the manor of Sheriff Hutton, Yorks. 306, 311, 552.

Rivet, Edward, Collector [Hearth money], London, Middx., 24.

Rix dollars, 19.

Roads and ways, surveyor of. See Lawrence, A.

Roan (Roane), Robert, 108, 187.

Robartes, John, 2nd Baron Robartes of Truro, Lord Privy Seal, 76, 168, 184; salary, 193.

Robbers, rewards for arresting, 144, 521.

Roberts (Robart), Anthony, a King's musician, 555, 592.
-, -, Richard, 340.
-, -, Mr. (wine office), 403, 416.

Robes, Clerk of. See Thornton, L.
-, -, Master of, 12, 91; see Hyde.
-, -, -, accounts of, 143, 186, 519.
-, -, -, issues to, for, 164, 183, 352, 353, 366, 505, 516, 585, 586, 596, 639, 642.
-, - office, debt, 327.

Robins, Walter, 128, 186.

Robinson, Henry, 365, 596.
-, -, John, Groom of the Chamber to Queen, 566.
-, - Sir John, 28, 243, 288 (Receiver of Hearth money, London and Middlesex), 24, 124, 287. 331, 378, 541; Lieut. of the Tower (for payments to, as such, see Tower), 88, 255, 288, 319, 374, 397, 403, 445, 528; a Justice of the Peace, 253.
-, -, Mr. (Kent Aids), 467.
-, -, Thomas, lease, 531.

Robson, Thomas (loan), 569.

Robyn, Robyns. See Robin; Robins.

Roch, Roche. See Neroche.

Rochester (Kent), 14, 45, 188, 268, 273, 280, 283, 573, 576.
-, -, Mayor of, 221.
-, -, Earl of. See Wilmot, John.

Rockers. See King Charles I.

Rodd, Chr., 117, 122.

Roden, Matthew, 626

Rodney, John, 614.
-, -, -, Capt., 618.

Roe, Mr. (deputy to the Warden of the Fleet), 51.
-, -, Roger (Solicitor), 307.

Roetiers (John, Joseph, Philip), gravers to the Mint, 431, 523.

Rogers (Roger), Charles, 191.
-, -, Francis, a Page of the Bedchamber, 211; Wardrobe keeper of Westminster, 558, 618.
-, -, John, of the King's music, 556, 593.
-, -, Mary, 108.
-, -, Thomas (Receiver Hearth money, Surrey), 14, 24, 83, 86, 92, 93, 95, 100, 103, 150, 173, 185, 193, 269 (Aids, 340), 499, 500, 523.

Rogerstone grange (co. Monmouth), 212.

Roiston, Richard, 329.

Rolfe, Major, 400.
-, -, William, 162, 551.

Rolls, Master of, 65, 67, 135 (see Grimston, Sir H.).

Rooke (Rook), Capt. Lawrence, Sub-Collector of Hearth money, Kent, 336, 341, 362, 585.

Rooth, Capt., 248.

Roper, Christopher, a Page of Honour to the Queen Consort, 37, 54, 74, 182, 286, 498, 541, 638, 642.
-, -, Francis (loan), 183, 264, 329.
-, -, James, falconer, 567, 606.

Rose, Edward, of Chislett, 467, 629.
-, -, John. 103, 136, keeper of the Royal Garden in St. James's Park, 193, 209, 377, 545, 560, 593, 628.
-, -, Mr., goldsmith, 413.
-, - Tavern, Greenwich, 645.

Rosewell, William, 228, 235.

Rosse, Capt., pension, 258.
-, -, Thomas, keeper of King's libraries, 559, 592.

Rotherham, George, Sub-Collector of Tenths, Diccese of Chester, 112, 192, 196.
-, -, Thomas (loan), 199, 582.

Rotherhithe (Redriff) (Surrey). 292.

Round, Charles, 607.

Rouse (Rous, Rewse), Dudley (Receiver of Aids, etc. for the Castle and Honor of Windsor), 23, 143, 206, 235, 241, 246, 297, 345, 374, 375, 381, 438, 499, 503, 511, 597, 614.

Rowe (Row, Wroe), Bargave, 207.
-, -, Christopher, 73.
-, -, Mr., goldsmith, 413.
-, -, Mr. (solicitor), 259.
-, -,- (Lyme Port), 597.
-, -, Roger, Solicitor of Taxes. co. Anglesea, 563.

Rowley, Silvanus, falconer, 554, 606.

Royal Exchange, 636.

ROYAL Africa or Guinea Company, King's share in, 363.
-, - Avener, 576, 582.
-, - BEDCHAMBER, 221, 230.
-, - -, Grooms, 116, 238, 262, 269, 287, 295, 429, 468, 475, 513, 558, 585, 608; (Ashburnham, J.; Blagg, T.; Coventry, H.; Ellyott, T.; Hamilton, J.; Killegrew, T.: Kirk, G.; Lane, R; Legg, W.; Philips, R.; Progers, E.; Seymour, H; Titus, S.; Walter, D.
-, - -, Groom of Stole. See Granville, J.
-, - -, Gentlemen of, see Albemarle, Duke of; Andover, Viscount; Gerard, Lord; Lauderdale, Earl of; Mandeville, Viscount; Ogle, Lord; Richmond, Duke of; Rochester, Earl of; Suffolk, Earl of; 262, 269, 287, 291, 294, 295, 301, 309, 411, 441, 585.
-, - -, Pages of the Bedchamber, 74, 100, 116, 211, 215, 249, 269, 286, 242, 314, 395, 408, 409, 454, 540, 552, 558, 592, 604, 608 (and see Arundell, C.; Bull, A.; Chiffinch, W.; Deladale, M.; Felton, T.; Godolphin, S.; Griffith, H.; Raven, T.; Rogers, F.; Roper, C.).
-, - -, -, allowance to, 237.
-, - -, Women Dressers and Maids of Honour. See Queen.
-, - BOUNTY, issues for, 214.
-, - - See:
-, Andover, Viscount.
-, Berkeley, Arthur.
-, Carlingford, Earl of.
-, Carr, Col. Francis.
-, Darcy, Marmaduke.
-, Heemskirk, Capt.
-, Hervy, Sir Thomas.
-, Hewit, John.
-, See Hobson, Judith.
-, Lendall, Margaret.
-, Molesworth, Col.
-, Neile, Sir William.
-, Pinckney, Elizabeth.
-, Pooley, Sir Edward.
-, Price, Thomas.
-, St. Margaret's, Westminster (poor of).
-, St. Martins in the Fields (poor of).
-, Scott, Major John.
-, Spicer, John.
-, Swan, Robert.
-, Turner, Sir Edward.
-, - Buckhounds, retrenchment in establishment, 572.
-, - Butler, 130.
-, - Chapel, children of, issues for, 198.
-, - Cook, See Sayer, J.
-, - Equerries, 576, 582.
-, - Exchange, 98.
-, - Falconers. See King's Falconers.
-, - Family, establishment, 116, 120.
-, - Harriers, Master of. See Ellyot, T.
-, - Hawks, payments, &c., to master of. See Apsley, Sir A.
-, - HOUSEHOLD, 2; book of, 530.
-, - - Clerk of the Closet, 265, 531.
-, - -, - of the Market, 410.
-, - -, Cofferer to Charles I. See Palmer, Sir R.
-, - -, Cofferer, 2, 11, 12, 13, 23, 24, 30, 35, 36, 40, 43, 44, 50, 52, 53, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 79, 94, 95, 96, 101, 127, 133, 135, 144, 145, 147, 148, 239, 242, 251, 252, 265, 283, 365, 382, 388, 395, 397, 412, 413, 415, 425, 437, 438, 456, 484, 498; see Ashburnham, W.
-, - -, -, issues, orders, loans, assignments, &c., to, for the Household, 18, 46, 101, 112, 115, 120, 126, 164, 167, 169, 191, 194, 203, 206, 208, 212, 222, 258, 267, 271, 272, 275, 277, 350, 393, 404, 419, 463, 513, 515, 516, 520, 521, 522, 527, 535, 538, 542, 552, 563, 567, 571, 576, 582, 587, 598, 601, 604, 606, 608, 611, 617, 623, 632, 633, 640.
-, - -, -, accounts of (including interest accounts and salaries paid by), 125, 145, 149, 250, 260, 264, 268, 275, 277, 278, 288, 408. 413, 419, 534, 537.
-, - -, -, allowance to, 160.
-, - -, -, demand for statement of debts of, 186, 327.
-, - -, Comptroller of; see Clifford, Sir Thomas (from June, 1668, Fr. Lord Newport), 23, 77, 86, 89, 100, 103, 129, 136, 137, 143, 264, 275, 283, 285, 288, 300, 303, 313; for his share in the Logwood Farm see Logwood.
-, - -, distillers of herbs, 102.
-, - -, establishment, 345, 382, 404, 587; retrenchment, 572.
-, - -, furniture for, provided by the Groom Porter. See Offley, Mr., and Groom Porter.
-, - -, Gentlemen Sewers, 109.
-, - -, littermen, 79.
-, - -, Lord Chamberlain, 141, 135, 256, 330, 332, 344, 351, 377, 391, 392, 405.
-, - -, Physicians. See King's Physicians.
-, - -, Purveyor of Wines, 303.
-, - -, table, 23, 58.
-, - -, tradesmen and purveyors, 344, 345.
-, - -, Treasurer, 356, 357 (Viscount Fitzhardinge to June 1668, after that date Sir T. Clifford), 378, 382, 388, 398 (for his part of the logwood see Logwood), 401, 404, 416, 418, 422, 455, 467, 498, 502.
-, - -, Vice-Chamberlain, 1, 99, 220, 232, 236, 256, 259, 331, 383; see Carteret, Sir G.
-, - -, washing for, 215.
-, - - woodyard, clerk of, 559.
-, - Hunt, issues for, 212.
-, - MANORS and granges. See:

Ampthill.Mocre alias Mora
Anthony.and Marlegery.
Bradninch.Nafferton.
Chalton.Northfleet.
Crookham.Ottringham.
Curry Mallet.Penmaine.
Deeping East.Portskewett.
Deeping West.Rillaton.
Downe Barnes.Rise.
East Greenwich.Rogerstone.
East Molesey.Ruthin.
Englishcombe.Shepton Mallet.
Fabkedy.Sheriff Hutton.
Farrington Gurney.Stoke Climsland.
Grafton.Stratton-upon-Fosse.
Greenhow.Tintern.
Helstone in Trigg.Trematon.
Holbeach.Tyberstow.
Hollisholl.Tywarnhaile.
Ince.Wallington.
Launceston.Weldon, Little.
Liskeard.West Harptree.
Mansfield.Whaplode.
Matherne.Widcombe.
Milton Fauconbridge.Wollaston (Woollaston).
Midsomer Norton.Yardley.

-, - mews, 338, 547, 589, 639.
-, - green mews, 583.
-, - palaces. See King's houses.
-, - presents, 2, 6, 159, 237, 376, 524.
-, - - of cloth, &c. from Wardrobe.
-, See Wardrobe.
-, - - plate to ambassadors, 221, 345, 351. See Jewel office (Plate),
-, - Society in London, 113, 123.
-, - -, grant of Chelsea College, 223.
-, - stables, 86, 370, 609, 610.
-, - -, clerks, 472.
-, - -, equerries, 161 (Great Stable), 583.
-, - -, guard houses for, 313.
-, - stud, horses for. See Darcy, J.; Monck, G.; Villiers, G.
-, - -, master of. See Darcy, J.

Royalty (Royalties), (and see Mines).

Royden, Matthew, 465.

Royston, Richard, 109, 365.

Royston (co. Cambridge), 547.

Rudyard, Thomas, 231; teller to the Cashier of Excise, 358; Mr., Mr., 369; loan, 540, 625.

Ruelli (Ruells). Colonel Francis, 195.

Ruffhead, John (goods for stores), 162, 183, 184, 206, 551.

Rumbold (Rumball, Rumbald), Mr., of the Great Wardrobe office, 216, 429.
-, -, Mrs., 103, 218, 219, 420, 445, 603.
-, -, William, surveyor general of the Customs (children of), 80, 237, 398, 591, 604, 631.

Runswick (co. Yorks), 527.

Rupert. See Prince Rupert.

Rushbrooke (Suffolk), 305.

Rushwood, Sir James, 304.

Russell, Col., 102, 322, 347.
-, -, George, a falconer, 549; Serjeant of the Hawks, 606.
-, -, Col. John (keeper of Chingford Walk, Waltham Forest, Essex), 160, 343, 413, 576, 593.
-, -, Mr., 104.
-, -, Mr., working goldsmith, 413, 417.
-, -, Richard, 562, 609.

Rustat, Mr., 97.
-, -, Toby, 369; loan, 619.

Ruthick. See Rutlish.

Ruthin (co. Denbigh), manor, 511, 593.

Ruthven, Clara, widow of Patrick, 1st Earl of Brentford (pension, 35, 249, 271, 297, 300, 330, 572, 580, 608.

Rutland County, Excise, 190, 259.
-, - -, Hearth money, Receivers, 27, 57, 74, 169, 532.
-, - -, Receivers Crown Lands, 172, 279, 312, 607.
-, - -, Receivers and Commissioners of Taxes, 88, 206, 396, 634.
-, - -, sheriffs, 66.

Rutlish (Ruthick), William, King's embroiderer, 559, 610.

Rutty, Daniel, 409.

Rutherford, Andrew, Earl of Teviot, 573.

Ruvigny, Marquis de, 351.

Rymer (Reyner, Ryner), Edmond, 177, 191.
-, -, Thomas, 191.

Ryves (Ryve), John (Wine Act Commissioner), 348, 580, 581; Chimney Farmer, 361, 541.
-, -, Dean (loan), 173.
-, -, George, Wine Act Commissioner, 581.
-, -, Henry, Wine Act Commissioner, 581.