Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23, 1709. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1949.
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Babell, Charles, hautboy to the Prince of Denmark, 223;
pension for, 299.
Bacalan, , colonel, bill of exchange drawn from Burgos by, 404.
Bacon, William, surveyor of duties on houses, co. Chester, 3001.
Badger, Henry, mole catcher to the Prince of Denmark, 223;
pension for, 300.
-, -, moletaker in Richmond New Park, 53, 323, 367.
Baglake, East. See Ryme.
Bagshot Lodge, co. Surrey, grant of the custody of, 150, 258.
Bagshot Park, co. Surrey, Laundry Warren and warrenhouse, 150, 258.
Ranger and Keeper of, fee of, 150;
grants of the office of, 150, 258.
Bahama Islands, Surveyor and Inspector of Customs in, 255.
Bailey (Bailie, Baillie, Baily, Baylie, Bayly), Alice, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 223, 299.
-, Andrew, chaplain for Barbados, 401.
-, John, tidesman in London port, 40.
-, Samuel, Receiver General of assessments for co. Stafford, 30, 47.
Bailis, George, tidesman at Newcastle, 138.
Baillie. See Bailey.
Baines, Walter, lease of lands, etc. in cos. Carnarvon, Anglesea, Merioneth, Denbigh, Pembroke and Brecon, 431.
Baird, James, Clerk of the Wardrobe in Scotland, 267.
Baize (bayes), for the Queen's service, 381.
Baker, Henry, Treasury Solicitor, accounts, 100, 316.
petitions referred to, 66, 152, 224.
-, James, tidesman in Bristol port, 212.
-, [John], Admiral, at Lisbon, 296, 311.
express to, 453.
flag pay of, 112.
fleet of, for the West Indies, 112.
-, Joseph, tidesman in London port, 88.
-, Robert, tidesman in London port, 212.
-, [Thomas], Consul [at Algiers], 32, 193.
-, [? Thomas], a Commissioner for Prizes, 67.
-, Thomas, an officer appointed to receive arrears of prizes, 13, 19, 27, 33, 105, 161, 164, 179, 188, 194, 200, 206, 236, 256, 420, 424, 430.
-, -, Assistant Secretary to the Prize Office, petition for Customs place, 243.
Baldwyn, John, petition of, 172.
Balfour, Robert, Master of Burleigh, arrested for murder, 2545.
Ball, John, Auditor to the Prince of Denmark, 220, 223.
-, William, lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's regiment of marines, 446.
Ballaghy, Connaught, barracks at, maintenance of, 120.
Ballintine, Robert, Macer of the Exchequer in Scotland, 266.
Ballow (Ballowe), Henry, a Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, 53, 280, 322, 390.
Ballyconnell, [co. Cavan], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Ballyshannon, [co. Donegal], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Baltic, British trade to, much decreased, 364.
ships from, quarantined, 350, 360, 362, 366, 370, 382, 409, 410, 417, 418, 441, 445, 449.
Balvaird, Jean, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
Banagher. See Bannaher.
Banastre, William, Chief Justice of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, 283.
Band of Gentlemen Pensioners. See Gentlemen Pensioners.
Banister, , Serjeant, retaining fee paid to, 285.
BANK OF ENGLAND:
Acts, printed copies of, 170.
advances by, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 23, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 84, 149, 185, 232, 271, 320.
interest on, payments of, 2, 68, 102, 169, 203.
of 400,000l. into the Exchequer as by Act 7 Anne, c. 30:
discount on, 149;
directions to the Exchequer concerning, 148;
payments of, 155, 3701.
issues out of, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 27, 29, 33, 149, 207, 208, 310, 350, 363, 371, 404, 415, 423, 468, 469.
proposal for, 77.
warrant to Exchequer to take in, 148.
of 1,200,000l. [as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 77.
yearly sum of 100,000l. payable in respect of, 165;
payment of, 193.
and a proposal concerning annuities, 278.
and Sir H. Furnese, 323, 35.
book-keeper of, 203.
Cashiers of. See Ince, J.;
circulating Exchequer Bills, 5, 22, 30, 182.
(as by 6 Anne, c. 21), allowance for, 126;
annuity in lieu of, 150.
(as by 7 Anne, c. 30), 352.
allowance for, 21819, 244, 384.
proposal for, 77.
(as by 7 Anne, c. 31), 27, 377, 396n., 403.
allowance for, 352.
contract for, 352.
Deputy Governor of, 30, 352.
Directors of, 17, 18, 352;
Court of, 3, 8, 12, 27, 352.
discharging Exchequer Bills issued under 6 Anne, c. 21, 150;
annuity for, 150.
Gentlemen of, attend the Treasury, 1, 3, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34.
Governor of, 3, 27, 352. See also Eyles, F.
interest on Exchequer Bills paid to, 388.
memorial of, relating to Tellers of the Exchequer, 35.
money for the Palatines paid into, 261.
persons nominated by, for the Commission of the Equivalent, 17.
receipt given by, for promissory notes, 80.
Receivers General of Taxes and the Treasurer for Salt Duties remitting their collections through, directions concerning, 17, 29, 30, 31, 32, 37, 428.
remittances by, for Forces abroad, 345, 36.
Stock of, Act 7 Anne, c. 30, for enlarging:
advance of 400,000l. under. See (above) advances.
Bill of, 130, 201.
Commissioners for taking subscriptions (J. Bateman, W. Bouverie, G. Conyers, W. Dawson, P. Delme, J. Dolliffe, J. Emilie, J. Gould, J. Hanger, J. Houblon, T. Janssen, C. Peers, J. Shipman), commission, charge of executing, 180;
charge of passing, 1456;
warrant for, 77.
memorial of, 180.
Exchequer Bills issued under. See Exchequer Bills.
Bankers' annuities. See Annuities.
Banks, , captain, commanding the Southampton galley, 90.
Bannaher [Banagher, Kings County], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Bannantyne, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
Bantry, co. Cork, barracks, maintenance of, 120.
harbour, survey of, 479.
Bar, James, Herald in Scotland, salary, 265.
Barbados, agent for, permitted to inspect accounts of the Four and a half per cent. Duty, 420.
Captain General and Governor in Chief of. See Crow, M.
chaplain for. See Bailey, A.
Customs officers in, inspection of, 429.
Deputy Auditor for. See Barwick, S.
dearness of provisions in, 430.
Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, accounts, 420, 429.
collector of, 430.
Comptroller of, 430. See also Stephens, .
Receiver of. See Edwards, T.
salaries and incidents, method of payment of, 430.
salary charged on, 430.
sale of goods, directions concerning, 42930.
Sub-Commissioners, clerks of, salaries, 429;
neglect by, 429;
Surveyor General of (E. Perry), appointment, 429430;
rum, lime juice and melasses, duty on, 430;
sale of, 430.
schoolmaster for. See Pearson, R.
seizures and forfeitures in, account of, required, 488.
Barbary, provisions from, 159.
Barber, Mary, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 224, 300.
Barbers to the Prince of Denmark, 221, 298.
Barcelona, 246, 340.
Army in. See Army.
bills drawn from, 70, 228, 293, 353, 404.
corn sent to, 17.
money shipped to, 20, 21, 92, 93, 205, 217, 284, 295.
Barclay, William, appointed Customs Comptroller of Inverness, 163.
Bardsey. See Berdsy.
Barges. See George, Prince of Denmark;
Barker, Edward, Joint Treasurer to the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty, 81, 274.
-, Robert, one of the Agents for Taxes, 53, 144, 242, 387.
-, Thomas, a surety for S. Pacey, 189, 368.
Barkham, Edward, surveyor of duties on houses for the city of London, 257.
Barkwith, Thomas, clerk to the Attorney General, petition of, 413.
Barnardiston, Pelatia, Receiver General of Taxes for Suffolk, 47, 48, 359.
-, Sir Samuel, rents paid to, 131.
Barnes, , recommended for receivership of the Land Tax for co. Warwick, 37.
Barnstaple, co. Devon, port of, 113, 259.
Baron, Elizabeth, widow, lease of lands, etc., in Dorset, 170, 317.
-, John, lease granted to his widow, 317.
Baronetcy fees, discharged, 348, 367.
Barracks. See ArmyIreland.
Barrimore. See Barrymore.
Barrow, Daniel, waterman to the Prince of Denmark, 299.
-, Mary, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 312.
-, Matthew, assistant to the Yeoman of the Robes to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 223, 298.
-, Thomas, of the Island of Bermuda, fined, 412.
Barry, James, Earl of Barrymore, bill of exchange drawn by, 323.
regiment of foot of, embarkation charges of, 158.
in Portugal, subsistence and offreckonings of, 93, 198, 323, 379, 409.
-, Richard, Second Remembrancer of the Exchequer Court in Ireland, petition of, 451.
-, William, grant during the life of, 451.
Barrymore (Barrimore), Earl of. See Barry, James.
Bartholomew, , payment to, 438.
Barton Wood, co. Kent, 423.
Bartt. See La Bartt.
Barwick, Samuel, Deputy Auditor for Barbados, 488.
Bass, [Jeremiah], sum recovered from the Earl of Bellomont by, 449.
Bassendine (Bassendin), John, and his wife, doorkeeper and watchman and cleaner of the Custom House, 170.
Basset (Bassett), John, one of the four supervisors of tin blowing houses in Cornwall and Devon, 56, 81.
-, William, captain, his company in Major General Seymour's regiment of marines, pay and clearings of, 106.
Basseterre (Basse Terre). See St. Christopher.
Bateman, Francis, tidesman in Lynn Regis port, 392.
-, Sir James, a Trustee for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 182.
-, James, a Commissioner for taking subscriptions for enlarging the capital stock of the Bank, 180.
-, John, Customs boatman at Blakeney and Cley, 162.
Bath, co. Somerset, 136, 260.
Bath, Roger, waiter and searcher at Port Isaac, 412.
Bathurst, Edward, and his wife, nominated for offices of doorkeeper and watchman and cleaner of the Custom House, 170.
Batteley (Battely), Charles, second Secondary in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, fees of, 282;
for transcribing originals out of Chancery, 42, 282, 345.
Battle Axe Guards. See ArmyIreland.
Battles and sieges. See Alicante;
Baxter, , servant of W. Wye, fined for a conspiracy in the Isle of Ely, 107.
Bayes. See Baize.
Baylie, Bayly. See Bailey.
Bayonne, France, British prisoners of war at, 424.
Beach, Richard, Customs boatman in Newhaven port, 41, 412.
Beaconsfield Wood, co. Kent, 423.
Beak, Thomas, junior, an underclerk of the Privy Council, 101.
Beal, , supervisor of Rye, accusations against, 34.
Beamont. See Beaumont.
Bear Haven, Beerhaven, co. Cork, harbour of, survey of, 479.
Beaubisson, Peter, Master of the Setting Dogs to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 299.
Beauclerk, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, annuity of, in lieu of his logwood pension, 133, 313.
Master of the Hawks, fees and allowances, 133, 315.
pension of, out of the revenues of Ireland, re-grant of, 85, 98.
-, Vere, third son of Charles, Duke of St. Albans, 85.
-, William, second son of Charles, Duke of St. Albans, 85.
Beaucur, Elizabeth, widow, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 394.
Beaumont (Beamont), John, sworn attorney in the Exchequer Court, Scotland, 167, 268.
Beaven, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for co. Wilts and city of New Sarum, 49, 315.
Beccles, co. Suffolk, 152, 237.
Beck, George, Customs surveyor at Exeter, transferred to Weymouth, 467.
-, Justus, merchant, gold shipped by, seized, 427, 440, 462.
Beckman, Sir Martin, 303.
Bedchamber. See George, Prince of Denmark;
Bedford, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues for, fee of, 109.
Earl of Peterborough's estate in, 132.
Receiver General of assessments. See Reddall, A.
Bedford, Duke of. See Russell, W.
Bedford, Benjamin, payments to, for lodgings, etc., of Muscovite Princes and Ambassador, 24, 63, 108, 236.
Beds and bedding for the Queen's apartments, 230, 231, 381.
Beef, curing of. See ScotlandFish and flesh.
Beer and ale. See Brewers;
Post Office clerks.
Beerhaven. See Bear Haven.
Beetham, Alice, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 223, 299.
Belasyse (Bellasye), Sir Henry, regiment of, half pay for reformed officers of, 122.
Belcare, Connaught, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Belcastell, General, letter to Heinsius from, mentioned, 87.
Belcher, , bill drawn from New England presented by, 28.
Belcoo, Belcoe, co. Fermanagh, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Belfast, cos. Antrim and Down, barracks in, maintenance of, 120;
smugglers of, 371.
Bell, John, chief boatman at Berdsy [? Bardsey] Ferry, 79.
-, Samuel, riding officer at Filey, 412.
-, Thomas, of Dublin, merchant, petition concerning his Excise debt, 76.
Bellasye. See Belasyse.
Bellenden, John, Lord Bellenden, Hereditary Usher of the Exchequer Court, Scotland, 262, 266.
Bellingham, Robert, tidesman in London port, 251.
Bellings, Dame Frances, wife of Sir Richard and daughter of Sir John Arundel, her interest in a grant of ground in St. James's Park, 192.
-, Sir Richard, his interest in a grant of ground in St. James's Park, 192.
Bellomont, Earl of. See Coote, Richard.
Belmont. See Schoonenburg.
Belturbet, co. Cavan, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Bembo, Eliz., pension in Scotland for, 473.
Bendysh, Henry, letter to, 261.
Bengal, Bay of, ship from, 78.
Benn, James, deputy Queen's waiter in London port, petition for surveyor's place at Whitby, 173, 190;
petition for land surveyor's place at Cowes, 227;
appointed surveyor of Cowes port, 212.
-, Thomas, footman to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 298.
Bennett (Bennet), Benjamin, Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Bermudas, 412;
-, Henry, Earl of Arlington, grant of Virginia, 484.
-, John, Quartermaster of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 161.
-, Jos., Army debenture of, 356.
-, Joseph, colonel, engineer, and the fortifying of Gibraltar, 157, 158, 159.
-, Rachel, widow of John, payment to, 161.
-, Richard, noontender in Bristol port, 138.
Benson, Richard, a surety for J. Andrews, 475;
appointed a Receiver General of arrears of Land Tax for co. Warwick, 475.
-, Sir William, sheriff for London and Middlesex, issue to, 50.
-, William, Customs collector at Truro, 442.
Bentley, Edmund, discoverer and lessee of escheated lands in cos. Norfolk, Suffolk, Flint and Chester, 3734.
-, Dr. Richard, Library Keeper to the Queen, 281.
Benyon, George, appointed a tidesman at Bristol, 41.
Berdsy [? Bardsey] Ferry, [co. Carnarvon], chief boatman at, 79.
Bere (East Bere, alias South Bere), co. Southampton, Forest of, deer in, directions for preserving, 237;
hunting in, stop put to, 237.
inhabitants of cottages in, information against, 214.
Warden or Lieutenant of. See Norton, R.
Bergamij. See Bergomi.
Bergen, Norway, 321, 413.
Bergh. See Burgh.
Bergomi (Bergamij), Giovanni Francesco, Comte, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Modena, present to, 205.
Berkeley, John, Baron Berkeley of Stratton, grantee of the Northern Neck of Virginia 484.
-, John, Viscount Fitz Hardinge, Keeper of the Mall in St. James's Park, payment to, 152;
Treasurer of the Chamber. See Chamber.
Berkland. See Birkland.
Berkshire, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues for, fee of, 109.
distributor of stamps for. See Wesley. T.
Receiver General of assessments, effects seized by, for a debt, 489. See also Ambrose, L.
Receiver General of duties on Houses, 257.
Sheriff of. See Calvert, F.
surveyor of duties on Houses. See Lilly, J.
Berlin, Court of, F. Palmes sent to, 78.
letter dated at, 140.
Post Office at, payments to, by the British Ambassador, 338.
Berlu (Berlwe), John Jacob, oil of turpentine imported by, 146.
Bermingham Tower. See Dublin Castle.
Bermudas, The, or Somers (Summer) Islands, Army in. See Army.
dearness of provisions in, 430.
fine imposed in, discharged, 412.
Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, Collector of, 430.
Comptroller of, 430.
salaries and incidents, method of payment of, 430.
sale of goods, directions concerning, 42930.
Surveyor General of (E. Perry), appointment, 42930;
Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief of. See Bennett, B.
rum, lime juice and melasses, duty on, 430;
sale of, 430.
Bernard, Samuel, merchant, permitted to reduce rum to proof, 381.
Berne, Switzerland, 335.
Berry, Richard, cornet in Brigadier Wolsey's regiment, half pay for, 121.
-, Samuel, tidesman in Liverpool port, 138.
-, William, lieutenant colonel of Brigadier Wolsey's regiment, half pay for, 121.
Bertie, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Lindsey, petition of, concerning Havering Park, 124.
-, Robert, payment to, on the pension granted for the life of Mary Cock, 277.
Berwick, co. Northumberland, Mayor, etc., of, payments to, on allowance for repair of the bridge over the Tweed, 51, 463.
port, customer of. See Nealson, E.
riding officer in, 467.
surveyor of. See Mills, R.;
waiters and searchers in, 79, 412.
Berwick, North. See North Berwick.
Berwick, Duke of. See Fitz-James, James.
Berwick, Robert, deputy Comptroller of Sunderland port, 467.
Bescowehouse, Bescowhouse. See Kea.
Best, , Excise officer, 162.
Bestoso, Jeronimo, royal bounty for, to enable him to return to his own country, 148.
Bette, Henrietta de, widow, petition for pension on the Irish Establishment, 347.
Beverley, [co. York], manor and chapter of, lease of, 131, 466.
Beverley (Beverly), Thomas, a Gentleman Usher to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 298.
Bexhill, co. Sussex, riding officer at, 162.
Bideford, co. Devon, merchant of, 55.
packet boats from, 378.
port, collector of, 113.
comptroller of, 113.
customer of, 113.
Customs establishment, petition concerning, 11314.
increase of business in, 259.
landwaiters in, 412.
parchment books for, 114, 259.
tidesmen and boatmen in, 138, 412;
Bigprey. See Walton on Thames.
Bilbao, Bilboa, wines from, 252.
Billing, William, reward for the arrest of, 291.
Bindon, Earl of. See Howard, Henry.
Bing. See Byng.
Bingham, Mark, agent for Admiralty Rights and Perquisites, London port, 285.
-, Walter, payment to, for work on clocks in the House of Lords, Ireland, 58.
Binks, Samuel, a customer of Southampton port and collector of Portsmouth, 373.
Binswood. See Woolmer.
Bint, Charles, underclerk to the Treasurer of the Prince of Denmark, 299.
Birchet, Richard, surveyor of duty on Houses, co. Surrey, 173.
Birchfield, Maurice, Surveyor General and Inspector of the Northern Survey of Customs in America, appointment, 255, 345;
clerk for, 449;
Bird (Byrd), Robert, petition of, 44;
payment to, for services in relation to Fleet Prison, 69.
-, Thomas, merchant, petition of, concerning Customs bonds, 368.
-, -, of London, merchant, permission to reduce brandy to proof, 392, 397.
-, William, grantee of a plantation in St. Christopher, 411, 476, 490.
-, -, Deputy Auditor of the Queen's Revenues in Virginia, allowances of, 483;
his father, holding the same office, 483.
Birkland (Berkland) Wood, co. Nottingham, map of, 370.
new riding to be cut across, 2734, 317, 370.
Birmingham Tower. See Dublin Castle.
Births, Duties on. See Marriages.
Biscuit, permit to export, 368, 3801, 402.
Bishop, Josiah, a cooper, 55.
Bishops Gate. See Windsor Great Park.
Blaake. See Blake.
Black, Jean, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
-, Margaret, royal bounty for, 468.
Blackall, William, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.
Blackbank, Ulster, barracks at, maintenance of, 120.
Blackburn (Blackborne, Blackburne), John, concerned in a prize matter, 1516.
Blackmore. See Hermitage.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, payment to, for attending the Prince of Denmark, 250.
Blackstakes, proposal that ships make their quarantine at, 360.
Blackwall, Edward, Customs collector at Bridgwater, 443.
Blackwater Swamp, Virginia, 486, 487.
Blackwell, Sir Lambert, his disbursements on poor seamen at Leghorn, 237.
Bladen, William, Deputy Auditor for Maryland, 488.
Blaikie, Eliz., pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.
Blair, David, one of the Queen's Chaplains in Scotland, salary, 262, 266.
-, Eliz., pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
-, Jean, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.
Blairhall. See Stewart, D.
Blake (Blaake), Henry, Queen's waiter in Bristol port, 93, 179.
-, John, merchant, permitted to reduce rum to proof, 381.
Blakeney, co. Norfolk, Customs boatmen at, 88, 162.
Blanch (Blanche), Benjamin, tidesman in London port, 40, 331.
Blaney, Lady Mary, widow of Lord William, petition of, 244;
payment to, 382.
-, William, Lord Blaney, Governor of the fort, town and county of Sligo, arrears of pay of, 244, 382.
Blaregnies, Battle of. See Malplaquet.
Blasket (Blasques, Blasquett) Island, co. Kerry, renting of, to prevent the provisioning of privateers, 58, 116.
Blathwayt (Blathwaite, Blathwayte), William, Clerk of the Privy Council, 277.
Surveyor and Auditor General of the Plantations and Revenues in America, 67, 352, 361, 387, 410, 411, 416, 425, 477, 483, 484, 485, 487, 488, 490, 491.
Blechynden (Blechyden), Charles, quayman in London port, appointed collector and surveyor of Salem and Marblehead, 2556
Blencowe, William, grandson of Dr. Wallis, allowance for deciphering letters, 18990.
Blenheim Palace. See Woodstock.
Blossett (Blosset), , colonel, regiment of foot of, officers discharged out of, petition for allowances, 38.
surgeon's mate of, wounded at Tortosa, 354.
Blow, Dr. [John], payment to, 246.
Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Gibbon, J.
Boatmen. See Customs.
Bohme, Anthony William, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 312.
Boit, Charles, Queen's painter in enamel, payments to, 107, 402.
Bolderwood Lodge. See New Forest.
Bolton, Duke of. See Poulett, C.
Bonabell, Jean, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, sent to Portugal, 383.
Bonhill. See Murray, J.;
Smollet, Sir J.
Bonmeer (Boumere), , de, land of, in St. Christopher, 411, 476, 490.
Bonner, Vaughan, Receiver General of assessments for part of co. Lincoln, 48.
Booksellers, 133, 246.
Booth, Charity, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 300.
Bordeaux, wine from, 146.
Borgard, Albert, major, payment to for necessaries sent to Gibraltar, 157.
Borr, Jacob, colonel, his regiment of marines, paying and clearing of companies in, 106.
Borrett (Borret), William, Treasury Solicitor, account of, 404.
allowance in lieu of fees for soliciting Crown law suits, 69, 242.
directions to, 19, 74, 93, 176, 214, 226, 370, 371, 433.
issues to, 39, 148, 232, 281, 418.
payments by, 34, 54, 69, 261, 401, 440.
petitions referred to, 44, 63, 80, 284, 296, 413, 449, 463.
report of, 54, 134.
Borrowstounness, co. Linlithgow, port of, 60.
Comptroller of, 451.
foreign salt in, 365.
landsurveyor in, 451.
Boscawen, Hugh, a Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Denmark, 221.
Boston, co. Lincoln, port of. Customs boatmen in, 467;
searcher of, 488.
Boston, New England, bill of exchange drawn from, 455.
Customs collector at. See Brenton, J.;
Naval Office at, 345.
Naval officer at. See Shannon, N.
Boteler, John, deputy patent waiter, appointed landwaiter in London port, 412.
Bothamsall (Bothemsal), alias Normanton, co. Nottingham, 273.
Bothmar, . regiment of dragoons of, pay of, 70, 239, 293, 329, 378.
Botton, Francis, ensign, serving in the King of Spain's regiment of Castilians, 441.
Boucher, Dr. Thomas, Professor of Civil Law in Oxford University, fee of, 281, 464.
-, See also Bourchier.
Bouchereau (Bouhereau), Dr. Elias, chorister of St. Patrick's Cathedral, 103;
Keeper of the Public Library, near St. Sepulchre's, Dublin, pension for, 103, 191.
Boudett, Mary, petition for a pension in Ireland, 463.
Boughton, , an attorney, 402.
-, Jessop, Customs officer sent to instruct officers in Scotland, 59.
Boughton Aluph, co. Kent, lands in, seized for debt, 423.
Boughton Wood, co. Kent, 423.
Bouhereau. See Bouchereau.
Boulton, Hugh, searcher of Boston port, 488.
Boumere. See Bonmeer.
Bound, John, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, fee of, 281.
Bounties. See Pensions;
Bourchier (Boucher), , his account for buying horses in Ireland, 307, 309.
Bourgueway, , his plantation in St. Christopher, 476.
Bouverie, William, a Commissioner for taking subscriptions for enlarging the capital stock of the Bank, 180.
Bow, co. Middlesex, 257.
Bowen, Griffith, Customs collector at Padstow, 443.
-, Henry, Transport Debenture of, 357.
-, John, tidesman in London port, dismissed, 41;
petition of, 243.
Bower, John, appointed Customs collector at Bridlington, 40.
-, Thomas, collector of Weymouth port, allowance, 424;
removed from Dartmouth, 424.
Agent for prizes at Weymouth, 50.
Bowles, [Phineas], colonel, regiment of (formerly Colonel J. Caulfield's), serving as marines, clearings, 124, 130, 169.
officers of, pay and subsistence of, 9, 112;
prisoners in France, 333.
pay of, 333.
subsistence, 9, 112.
-, William, Solicitor in all matters relating to debtors, etc., to the Crown in Scotland, appointment, 72;
salary, 72, 153.
Solicitor to the Exchequer Court, Scotland, payment to, 267.
Bowry, , concerned in the irregular solicitation for the owners of the Worcester, 1416.
Boyd, Andrew, chaplain for Virginia, passage money for, 241.
-, Robert, Enroller of the Sheriffs' Roll, Scotland, salary, 267.
Boyle [co. Roscommon], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Boyle, Charles, Earl of Orrery, regiment of foot of, in Flanders, offreckonings, 198, 355.
-, David, Earl of Glasgow, appointment, etc., of Customs officers in Scotland, 59, 171.
High Commissioner to the Assembly in Scotland, payment to, 278.
Lord Register, Scotland, appointment and salary, 265, 389.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Orrery, payment to, for rent of an island in Ireland, 478.
-, Henry, lease of part of the Royal Garden and Wilderness at St. James's, 192, 206, 210, 277, 316, 347.
Principal Secretary of State, 386.
allowing ambassadorial extraordinaries, 336, 337, 338, 339, 341, 344, 345, 461.
attending the Treasury, 14, 15.
issues to, for secret service, 74, 181, 232, 397.
letters from, 77, 174, 248.
letters to, 44, 113, 230.
Office of, stationery for, 419.
salary, 51, 155, 180, 242, 393.
-, James, Receiver General and Cashier of the Excise in Scotland, 106.
appointed an Excise Commissioner in Scotland, 106, 1089.
-, John, agent for the Island of Barbados, 420.
-, Juliana, Countess of Burlington, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 52, 391.
-, Richard, Viscount Shannon, regiment of marines of, paying and clearing of companies in, 106.
-, William, Customs Commissioner in Scotland, 213.
Boys, Anthony, a distributor of stamped paper, 246.
-, Joseph, landwaiter in Hull port, dismissed, 88.
-, Thomas, grant of single and life rent escheat of J. Dewar, 187.
Brabant, Francis, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 203.
-, Sir Henry, Customs collector at Stockton, arrears of, 443.
-, Henry, Customs collector at Stockton, arrears of, 443.
Bracegirdle, John, tidesman at Bristol, 391.
Braddock, Edward, Brigadier General, petition on behalf of captains of the Second Battalion of Guards, 178.
Bradeney, Hester, lease of lands in Over and Nether Penn, 286.
Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, Francis.
Bradford, Thomas, captain, master of the Abigail transport, 355, 357.
Bradgate, Jarvise, Receiver General of assessments for co. Leicester, 48.
Bradley, John, deputy comptroller of Rye port, 251.
-, Radcliffe, captain in Colonel Harrison's regiment, petition of, 322.
Bradshaw, Samuel, Receiver General of assessments for co. Derby, 47.
Brady. See Brody.
Brainford Bridge, 177.
Brancaster, co. Norfolk, Customs boatmen at, 162, 212, 412;
waiters and searchers at, 40, 88.
Brand, Thomas, Queen's writer and embellisher, payments to, 86, 258, 294.
Brandy, Duties on. See ExciseDuties.
imported, permits to reduce to proof, 392, 397.
smuggled into Scotland, 321, 371, 413.
Brant, John, Provost of the Moneyers and Engineer of the Mint, 201.
Brathwayte, Richard, a Customer of Newcastle port, 194.
Bray, cos. Dublin and Wicklow, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.
Brazier, , colonel, regiment of, arms, etc., for, 167.
Brazil, Fleet from, 159.
Bread, Leonard, tidesman and boatman at Rye, 138.
Brecon, county of, Chief Justice of. See Banastre, W.
lands, etc., in, lease of, 431.
Receiver General of assessments for. See Powell, C.
Second Justice of. See Cox, C.
Brecon, co. Brecon, Burgess Mill in, 240.
Breholt, , furniture for the yacht of the Chief Governor of Ireland delivered to, 305.
Bremens, trading for fish, etc., to the Shetlands, 196.
Brennan, Dennis, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 203.
Brenton, Jahleel, Customs collector at Boston, dismissed, 255.
Bressey, . promissory notes given by, 80.
Breton (Bretton), , Brigadier, gift from the Queen at the christening of his child, 362.
-, Richard, grantee of the office of Comptroller of Petty Customs, London port, 440.
surety for J. Sansom, Receiver of Bristol port, 440.
-, Robert, collector of Customs in Dover port, lands of, extended for debt, 305, 359, 4223;
securities of. See Tooke, T.;
-, [William], colonel, regiment of foot of, officers of, baggage, etc., lost at Almanza, 359;
subsistence for, 166, 293.
Brewer (Bruer), John, Receiver General (Treasurer) of Prizes, attending the Treasury, 11, 27, 63;
money in his hands, 28, 206, 376.
Briancon, Comte de, Envoy from the Duke of Savoy, 2, 7, 24, 105, 130;
recall of, 24.
Bridges (Brydges), , Surveyor General [? of Woods] in America, 477.
-, -, Treasurer or Receiver General of the Salt Duties, 31, 32.
-, Brook, annuity orders lost by, 368.
-, James, Paymaster of Forces Abroad. See ArmyAbroad.
loans by, 66, 111, 197, 334, 396, 448, 449.
-, John, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 17, 234.
-, Sir Math., regiment of, half pay for a reformed officer of, 122.
-, William, a Commissioner for the purchase of lands for fortifications, 224.
-, -, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, salary, 280.
Bridgwater, co. Somerset, Customs collector at. See Blackwall, E.;
Bridgwater, Earl of. See Egerton, Scroop.
Bridlington, co. York, Customs collector at. See Arthur, W.;
Brill, Postmaster of, payment to, 285;
prizes at, 285.
Brishane, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.
-, Mary, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.
Bristol, co. Gloucester, merchants of, 45, 71, 427.
port, boatmen in, 467.
chief boatman and tide-surveyor, 162.
collector of Customs. See Colt, J. D.;
Comptroller of Customs. See Hodges, C.;
noontenders in, 138.
prizes contingencies in, 50.
Queen's waiter, 93, 179.
Receiver of. See Sansom, J.
surveyors of Customs, 41.
tidesmen, 41, 138, 162, 212, 391.
Receiver General of assessments. See Hutchins, B.
Brixey, Francis, appointed fourth surveyor of Customs at Bristol, 41.
Broadhurst, John, porter attending at the Exchequer Gate, allowance, 131, 233, 384, 474.
Broadway, Richard, waterman to the Prince of Denmark, 299.
Brocas, Peter, clerk, pension for his daughter Mary, 303.
Brock, John, lessee of Hatcher Mere, etc., in Delamere Forest, 128.
Broderick, Thomas, a Comptroller of Army Accounts, 290.
Brodie, Alexander, landwaiter, appointed Comptroller of Montrose, 452.
Brody (Brady), William, chaplain for Virginia, passage money for, 227.
Bromfield (Bromfeild), George, land-surveyor in London port, 391.
-, John, Ranger or Riding Forester of New Forest, fee of, 282.
Bromley, co. Kent, collectors of taxes for. See Buck, C.;
taxes illegally levied in, 52.
Bromwich, Edward, of the Inner Temple, arrears of a pension assigned to, 190.
Brooke. See Brooks.
Brookhouse, Thomas, clerk in the Office for registering and paying interest on Army and Transport Debentures, 356, 357.
Brooks (Brooke), John, waterman to the Prince of Denmark, 299.
-, Samuel, Customs officer, seizure by, 75, 1423.
Brooksbank, Joseph, contractor for clothing the Duke of Savoy's troops, 24.
Brougham, Daniel, Customs collector of Carlisle, 212.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for Cumberland and Westmorland, 48.
Brown (Browne), , letter from Jamaica concerning, 3.
-, Archibald, a Commissioner for receiving foreign and Scots coins in Scotland for recoinage, 65, 183.
-, Faith, keeper of the Little House at Windsor, 223, 299.
-, Francis, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.
-, Henry, Viscount Montagu, trustee for Lord Teynham's daughters, 417.
-, Hercules, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 203.
-, James, boatman in Newhaven port, 412.
-, -, clerk of the works at Windsor Castle, recommended for place of Keeper of the Water Engine, 108.
-, Jean, pension in Scotland for, 473.
-, Nicholas, sheriff of Dorset, payment to, 278.
-, Robert, Pursuivant in Scotland, salary, 265.
-, -, Receiver General of assessments for part of Norfolk, 47.
-, William, lieutenant in Colonel St. John's regiment, petition for half pay in Ireland, 451, 489.
-, -, payment to, for stamps, 82.
-, -, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.
-, -, a stamper, 210.
Browning, Jane, widow, pension of, 281.
-, Micha., pension for his widow, 281.
Bruce, And., Justice of the Peace for Shetland, 195.
-, Jennet, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
-, of Kinross, John, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.
-, Law., a Justice of the Peace for Shetland, 195.
-, Margaret, pension in Scotland for, 469.
-, Robert, a Commissioner for receiving foreign and Scots coins in Scotland for recoinage, 65, 183.
Brudenell, [Thomas], Major General, arrears of, 210.
died in service at Gibraltar, 210.
widow of, petition for a pension, 210.
Bruer. See Brewer.
Bruges, taken by the French, 147.
Bruges, alias Pride, Rebecca, royal bounty for, 148, 287, 294, 468.
Brugier, Mary, widow, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 394.
Bruneval (Brunevall, Brunivale), Mary, widow, pension in Ireland for, 351;
petition of, 103, 289.
Brunswick and Luneburg, Duke of, Convention between the Queen and (dated 30 December, 1704), 406, 408.
Princes of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Howe, E. S.
Brussels, H.M. Secretary at. See Laws, John.
Bryan, Harman, housebreaker, reward for arrest of, 313.
Bryans Bridge, Connaught, barracks at, maintenance of, 120.
Brydges. See Bridges.
Bryer, Martin, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 204.
Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.
Buchunun, Geo., of Edinburgh, merchant, petition of, 60.
Buck, Charles, a collector of Taxes for Bromley, prosecution of, 52.
Buckholt, Carsten (Carston, Crasten), Yeoman of the Robes and Barber to the Prince of Denmark, 221, 223, 298;
pension for, 312.
Buckhounds. See George, Prince of Denmark;
Buckingham, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues for, fee of, 109.
hundreds in, fee farm rents of, 301.
Receivers General of assessments. See Horton, A.;
Buckley, Joseph, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.
-, Walter, tidesman in London port, 79.
Bucknall, Humphrey, tidesman in Bristol port, 138.
Bull, Edward, Receiver General of the Rents and Revenues of the Duchy of Cornwall, 247.
Bulley, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Looe, appointed collector of Fowey, 412.
Bullion exported, not entered, forfeitable under Act 78 Wm. III, c. 19, cl. 6, 462.
rewards for seizures of, 202.
seized, 427, 428, 440, 462. See also Gold;
Bulstrode, , letter from, mentioned, 226.
Bunse, Stephen, housebreaker, reward for arrest of, 313.
Burch, Love, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 224, 300.
Burchall, Edward, riding officer at Lydd, 162.
Burchett (Burchet), Josiah, gift of plate to, on the christening of his child, 454.
Secretary to the Admiralty, letters from, 127, 141, 370, 383, 41617, 425.
letters to, 13, 132, 145, 161, 167, 173, 4623.
payment to, for extraordinary service, 20, 204.
printed copies of Acts for, 77, 141.
salary, assessments on, refunded, 183.
Burdett, Thomas, petition of, concerning the pension of F. Cuff, 451.
Burgess Mill. See Brecon.
Burgh (Bergh), John Du, et al., Hamburg merchants, petition of, for leave to trade for fresh fish in Scotland, 152, 171, 1956.
-, Thomas, payments to, for works on garrisons in Ireland, 58.
-, -, one of the General Officers of Ireland, 131, 425.
-, William, Accountant General of Ireland, petition of, 450.
-, -, captain, reformed officer, half pay for, 122.
Burglars, rewards for the arrest and conviction of, 28, 245, 246, 291, 292, 322.
Burgos, Spain, 404.
Burgoyne, Thomas, landsurveyor, appointed collector of Falmouth, 412.
Burials, Duties on. See Marriages.
Burleigh, Master of. See Balfour, Robert.
Burleigh, Barnaby, captain, commanding the Marlborough packet boat, 356.
Burlington, Countess of. See Boyle, Juliana.
Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 140, 418.
-, Henrietta, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.
-, Isabel, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.
Burnett of Leys, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.
Burrage, John, petition of, on behalf of the borough of Lyme Regis, 156.
Burrich, Edward, collector of Salt Duties, debt of, 188.
-, Ursula, widow of Edward, petition of, 188.
Burridge, Samuel, Receiver General of assessments for part of Devon, 47.
Burroughs, Hicks, an underclerk attending the House of Commons, 362.
Burton, Phillip, receiver of a debt due to James II, 349.
Bury, Jacob, surveyor and waiter at Harwich, appointed collector, 332.
-, John, Receiver General of assessments for co. Nottingham, 47, 272.
Bush, James, major, his company in Major General Seymour's regiment of marines, paying and clearing of, 106.
Bushell, Edward, Treasurer for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.
-, John, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.
Bushey Park. See Hampton Court.
Butcher, Joseph, appointed tidesman in London port, 40.
Butler, Charles, Earl of Arran, grant of office of Ranger and Keeper of Bagshot Park and of Bagshot Lodge and Laundry Warren, 150;
fee of, 258.
-, James, 1st Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, servant of, 436.
-, -, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, 382.
grant for the life of, 258.
mourning for the use of, 231.
Prizage and Butlerage of Wines in Ireland leased from, 244, 357.
regiment of, quarters in Dublin hired for, 479.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Arran, grant terminable on the life of, 258.
-, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, a Lady of the Bedchamber, salary, 52, 391.
-, Noel, Army debenture of, 356.
-, Richard, of Ireland, merchant, petition of, 62.
Butterworth Haggs. See Sherwood Forest.
Butts, , royal bounty for, 148.
Byde, Thomas, Judge Advocate General of the Forces, additional allowance for, 147, 150;
letter to, 441.
Byng (Bing), Sir George, a Commismissioner of the Admiralty, 462.
letter from, reporting trading with the enemy at Cadiz, 42.
squadron of, going to Port Mahon, 1.
Byrd. See Bird.
Byron, William, 4th Baron Byron, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Denmark, 221, 297.
Bythell, F., deputy Auditor of Imprests, 64.
Bywater, George, tidesman in Bristol port, 138.