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La Bartt,, regiment of foot of, captain in, 304;

disbandment, 304.

Labesse,, bill of exchange of, 353.

Laceman, 48.

La Chapelle (Lachapelle, La Chappel), Mary, widow, pension in Ireland for, 351;

petition of, 103, 289.

Lacour's Plantation. See St. Christopher.

Lady Park Wood, co. Cornwall, 128.

Laghane, Ireland, lands called, rent charge payable out of, 62.

Lagos, Portugal, Consul at, payment by, 158.

Lake, Giles, et al., payment to, out of the residue of the appraisal of the Jolly, 144.

-, Phillip, tidesman and boatman at Bideford, 412.

-, Richard, master of the transport ship King David, 453.

-, Thomas, letter to, concerning the Queen's share of money recovered from the Crown of Portugal, 387.

Lamb, Isabel, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

Lambart, Richard, 4th Earl of Cavan, petition for a pension on the Establishment of Ireland, 451.

Lambert, David, an agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

-, Michael, grant of a plantation in the French part of St. Christopher, 387, 491.

Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher, 387, 491.

services and losses of, in the French invasion, 387, 491.

Lambhay. See Plymouth port.

La Meloniere, [Isaac de], major general, regiment of, captain in, 303;

disbandment, 303.

La Motte, Cornelius de, son of Daniel, pension for, 208.

-, Daniel de, merchant of Rotterdam, services of, in discovering treacherous correspondence, 208.

La Mouline, ne Brocas, Mary, widow of Paul, pension in Ireland for, 303;

petition of, 103.

-, Paul Robert, captain in La Meloniere's regiment, the Woolpacks and La Bartt's regiment, pension and services of, 3034.

Lampkin, James, waterman to the Prince of Denmark, 299.

Lamplugh, Richard, sheriff of Cumberland, 418.

Lancaster, county of, Auditor of Crown Land revenues, fee of, 109.

Receiver General of assessments. See Thornton, J.

sheriff. See Sandys, M.

Lancaster, co. Lancaster, Assizes, 134.

port, Deputy Comptroller of, See Tomlinson, J.

tidesman and porter, 41.

waiter and searcher, 332.

wines seized at, 252.

Lancaster Herald. See King, G.

Land Tax. See Assessments.

Landcarriagemen. See Customs.

Landsurveyors. See Customs.

Landwaiters. See Customs.

LANDS, England and Wales:

concealed, 402, 431.

Crown Lands:

grants and leases of, 7, 41, 44, 62, 64, 68, 83, 90, 94, 97, 113, 128, 147, 170, 172, 183, 184, 1912, 194, 206, 209, 210, 240, 259, 277, 286, 291, 296, 302, 305, 316, 317, 359, 3735, 425, 431, 439, 445, 461, 466, 468.

fines of, moderation of, 68, 131.

Parliamentary survey of, 317, 375, 466.

rents and revenues:

Auditors, 210, 240, 374, 431.

deputy. See Taylor, J.

See also Jett, T.

fee farm rents, purchased, contract not perfected, Act 1 Anne, c. 1, and, 272.

defective, petition for other rents in lieu of, 301.

fallen short of sum contracted for, petition for reprisal, 210.

Trustees for Sale of, 210.

quit rents, 236.

Receivers of, payment by, 438.

reserve rents, 3734.

Surveyor General of (S. Travers), 20.

deputy to. See Taylor, J.

letters to, 126, 165, 205, 421.

memoranda, ratals, reports, etc., of, 64, 69, 94, 1289, 183, 192, 194, 205, 240, 249, 257, 259, 273, 277, 291, 317, 347, 372, 374, 431, 466.

petitions, etc., referred to, 41, 44, 62, 65, 90, 104, 105, 109, 124, 127, 131, 170, 172, 184, 202, 206, 210, 302, 305, 318, 361, 373, 402, 439, 445, 468.

warrants to, 94, 128, 183, 257, 259, 277, 313, 316, 317, 372, 374, 466.

derelict, directions to Attorney General to stay proceedings on, 6, 103.

grants of, 3734.

devised to the Crown, 458, 463.

escheated, 97, 374.

extended for debts, 83, 147, 152, 237, 305, 349, 359, 422.

marsh, 3734.

outlaws' lands, 83, 286, 296, 433, 461. See also Forfeited estates.

purchased by the Crown, 127, 313, 421;

for fortifications. See Fortifications.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Lane, Hen., lieutenant in Brigadier Tiffin's regiment, half pay for, 122.

-, Ralph, sheriff for co. Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, payment by, 107.

-, Thomas, pension of, payment on, 279.

Lanesborough, Laneborough, [co. Longford], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Langshaw. See Montgomerie, James.

Langston,. colonel, payments to, for military expenses in Ireland, 479, 480.

-, Francis, lieutenant general or major general, one of the General Officers of Ireland, 131.

memorial of, 244.

payment to, 425.

purchasing horses in Ireland, 307.

regiment of horse of, detachments from, clothes, etc., of, 244, 425.

Lany, William, clerk to the Attorney General, payment to, 54.

La Piementi, Claude Renaut de, widow of. See Huguetan, Susanna.

Laraiche, Larache, Alcaid of, presents to, 340, 341.

Laresiers Plantation. See St. Christopher.

Laroch (Laroche, Loroch), Peter, Page of the Backstairs and Barber to the Prince of Denmark, 221, 223, 298.

Larosier's Plantation. See St. Christopher.

Laspoy,, captain, widow of, petition for pension in Ireland, 413.

Lasseur, , bill of exchange of, 353.

Latoure (Letour), Peter, hautboy to the Prince of Denmark, 223;

pension for, 299.

Latten, black, imported, 416.

Lau, Mary, pension in Scotland for, 473.

-, See also Law.

Lauder, . lieutenant, wounded, royal bounty for, 354.

-, of Fountain-hall, Sir John, a Lord of Session in Scotland, salary, 264.

-, Sir Robert, Clerk of the Sheriffs' Roll in Scotland, 389;

salary, 263, 266.

Lauderdale, Earl of. See Maitland, J.

Laundry Warren. See Bagshot Park.

Lavery. See Savery.

Law, John, minister of the Gospel, Queen's Almoner in Scotland (Queen's Almoner at Edinburgh), allowance to, for alms and salary, 59, 263, 266.

-, See also Lau.

Law charges. See Crown Law charges.

Lawrence, Wigfall, burglar, reward for arrest of, 292.

Lawrey (Lourie, Lowry), Robert or Thomas, payment to, for services, etc., relating to the Worcester, 194;

petition of, 3, 75.

Laws, John, H.M. Secretary at Brussels, ordinary of, 51, 328.

Lawson, George, merchant, Salt Duties frauds of, 125;

imprisoned for debt, petition, 368.

-, Joseph, a Serjeant at Arms, fee, etc., 224.

Laycock, Richard, commander of the Dover packet boat, petition, 446.

Layng, John, Gentleman Usher to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 298.

Leach, William, tidesman in London port, 40.

Lead mines. See Wirksworth.

Leagues and Treaties (The Fdera), payments for transcribing, printing, etc., the 9th and 10th volumes, 133, 376.

Leak (Leake), Sir John, Admiral, advice sent to, of convoy to Gibraltar, 158.

fleet commanded by, contingencies of, 215.

salary as a Commissioner of the Admiralty, 462.

secretary to, 215.

Leather, Duties on. See Excise Duties;

Russia and Turkey, 230.

Leavesly, Robert, appointed tidesman at Bristol, 162.

Lee, George, collector of part of co. Galway, debt of, 43, 57;

petition of, 43.

-, See also Leigh.

Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, Thomas.

Leenders, Birch, captain, payment to, for freight of King of Spain's coaches, etc., 160.

Leeward Islands, Captain General and Governor (Commander) in Chief of. See Parke, D.

chaplains for. See Cumming, G.;

Picart, S.

dearness of provisions in, 430.

Deputy Auditor for. See Kerby, T.

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, 429, 430.

Sub-Commissioners of, dismissed, 429.

Surveyor General (E. Perry), appointment, 42930;

salary, 430.

invasion of, by the French, 387.

rum, lime juice and melasses, duty on, 430;

sale of, 430.

seizures and forfeitures in, account of, required, 488.

Lefevre (Le Fever, Lefever, Leffever), Stephen, hautboy to the Prince of Denmark, 223;

pension for, 299.

-, Thomas, Secretary to the Earl of Galway, letters from, mentioned, 296;

receipt signed by, 157.

Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the King of Portugal, ordinary of, 328.

Legge (Legg), William, Lord Dartmouth, a Commissioner for Trade, salary, 68, 279.

-, William, tidesman in London port, 79.

Leghorn, 67, 335, 336, 343.

poor seamen at, 237.

Prizes Agent at. See Crow, C.

victualling at, 74, 76.

Leicester, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, fee of, 109.

Receiver General of assessments. See Bradgate, J.

Leicester, Earl of. See Sydney, John.

Leieth, George, appointed tidesman at Workington and Flimby, 138.

Leigh, Giles, site of manor of Walton Leigh bought from, 374.

-, John, Salt Duties officer at Middlewich, recommended to be a supervisor, 465.

-, See also Lee.

Leinster, Province of, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

circuit, 183.

Escheator of, salary, 114.

Leitch, Jennet, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.

Leith, 75, 142, 171, 247, 420.

port, Customs officers in, certificate of, 142.

Customs salary bill, 42, 134, 258, 388, 482.

foreign salt purchased in, 365.

General Inspector and Adjuster of damaged tobacco and wines, appointment, 59.

General Visitor in, proposal for a, 250.

searcher. See Cockburn, W.

the first port in North Britain, 421.

tidewaiter appointment, 162.

ship stopped at, 84.

ships from, 91, 272.

Le Neve, Peter, Norroy King, fee of, 281;

senior Deputy Chamberlain in the Exchequer Court, 83, 233, 291, 384, 474.

Lennox, Charles, Duke of Richmond, memorial of, for grant of Richmond House or ground in Whitehall, 439.

Lenton, John, Groom of the Vestry, payment to, 24, 235.

Lepell, Nicholas, colonel, foot regiment of, at Chester, 87.

from Ireland, 87, 213.

March to Plymouth, 87.

subsistence, 87, 166, 216.

Lerwick, Shetland, 195.

Lesley (Lesly, Lessley), Alexander, First Underkeeper of the Wardrobe in Scotland, salary 267.

-, Jean, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.

-, Pa., a Justice of Peace in Shetland, 195.

Lesser, John George, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 312.

Lessley. See Lesley.

Letour. See Latoure.

Leuwen, Peter Hopesteyn van, of Delft, father of Sybilla, 96.

-, Sybilla Hopesteyn van. annuity on the life of, 96.

Leven, Earl of. See Melville, David.

Leverstock, Charles, waiter and searcher at Axmouth, 449.

Levinge, Sir Richard, Solicitor General, Ireland, payment to, 57.

Levingston, James, Earl of Newburgh, grantee of the Rangership, etc., of Bagshot Park, 150.

-, Robert, Army debenture of, 357.

-, William, petition of, concerning seizure of wines, 247.

Levovish, Lord Alexander, relative of the Czar of Muscovy, entertained at the Queen's charge, goods of, 44.

Lewis, Lewes, Scotland, foreign salt purchased in, 365.

Lewis, Roger, chaplain for Virginia, passage money for, 139.

Ley, Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, royal bounty for, 376, 468.

Leybourn, Stafford, lieutenant, reformed officer, half pay for, 122.

Leyden, Holland, postmaster of, payments to, 338.

Leyoncrona (Leyoncrone), , Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Sweden, letter from, concerning ships in quarantine, 401, 416.

Leys. See Burnett, Sir T.

Libau, ship from, 459.

Libraries. See

Cottonian Library.

DublinSt. Sepulchre's;

Trinity College.

EdinburghHolyrood House.

Queen's Library.

Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, perpetuity of, payments on, 53, 464.

Vicars Choral of, perpetuity of, payments on, 53, 464.

Liddell, Agnes, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.

Lifford, [co. Donegal], barracks in, maintenance of, 121.

Lighthouses. See Eddystone.

Ligondes, Chevalier Michael de, prisoner of war, goods of, seized, 301;

his marriage to the Countess of Huntingdon, 301.

Lillingston, Luke, colonel, petition for arrears of his allowance, 79.

regiment of, 42, 79, 416;

embarkation charges in Ireland, 479. See also Jones, [J.].

Lilly, John, surveyor of duties on Houses for Berkshire, salary, 257.

-, Stephen, Receiver General or Cashier of the Post Office, 404, 428.

Lime juice. See Barbados;

Bermudas;

Leeward Islands.

Limerick, co. Limerick, Articles for the surrender of, 62;

Court appointed to hear claims to benefit under, 310.

barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Customer of, salary, 117.

Comptroller of, salary, 117.

Garrison of, Governor of, salary, 120;

works at, 58, 479.

Guards, fire and candle for, 120.

Ordnance establishment at, 119.

searcher of, salary, 117.

Lincoln, county of, derelict lands in, 6.

Receiver General of assessments. See Bonner, V.;

Whittingham, R.

Receiver General of duties on Houses, 71.

surveyors of duties on Houses, See Edwards, J.;

Percivall, G. B.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, Henry Fiennes.

Lincoln, Dr. William, lessee of a messuage in Yadlethorpe, 431.

Lindon, Edward, land adjoining Carrickfergus Castle rented from, 478.

Lindsey, Countess Dowager of. See Bertie, Elizabeth.

Lindsey, , minister, pension in Scotland for, 472.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.

-, Ludovick, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.

-, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 470.

Linen, European, exempted from payment of the Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, 96.

on quarantined ships, directions concerning, 366.

See also Ireland;

Royal Household, Table linen.

Lingen, William, Gentleman of the Queen's Pantry, lease of the manor and chapter of Beverley, 131, 466;

his son, heir of Dr. Sowray, 131.

Linseed, exempted from payment of the Two Thirds Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage, 96.

Lisbon, 157, 158.

King of Spain's Plenipotentiary at. See Cienfuegos, A.

letters dated at, 142, 296.

money shipped to Barcelona at, 20, 21, 32, 92, 93, 205, 217, 246, 2834, 2956, 311, 331, 438.

Moorish Ambassador at, 160.

packet from, charges of, 409.

packet boats to, 176, 206;

conveying recruits, 97.

prisoners of war at, 158.

Prizes Agent at. See Tirrell, E.

regiments for, 200.

remittances to, 92, 93, 217, 404, 438.

Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty at, Agent for. See Terrell, E.

squadrons at, 93, 205, 217, 246, 284, 311.

tin sold at, 142.

victualling at, 74, 76.

Lisburn, [co. Antrim], fire in, 286, 366;

Hearthmoney and Excise arrears in, remitted, 366.

Liskeard Park, co. Cornwall, disparked, lease of, 128.

Lisle, Mary de, petition of, 375.

Lithuania, free from the plague, 459;

hemp from, 459.

Littleton, Sir Thomas, Treasurer of the Navy. See Navy.

loans by, 111, 396, 401, 448.

-, Thomas, gift from the Queen at the christening of his child, 362.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 71.

merchant of, 194.

port, collector. See Scarborough, E.;

Scudamore, Sir B.;

Smith, E.

landwaiters, 138.

officer in, assaulted, 301.

tidesmen, 79, 88, 138, 412.

tidesurveyor, 190.

wines seized at, 252.

Livesay, John, Brigadier, memorial of, 466.

foot regiment of, charges on, for arms delivered in Ireland to, 318.

for Ireland, 353.

officers of, charges on, 466;

ordered on an expedition, subsistence, 293.

offreckonings, 198.

subsistence for, in Spain, 165, 169, 293, 353.

Livingston, Mary, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471, 472.

-, Robert, Secretary for Indian affairs in the Province of New York, petition for arrears, 352.

Livres, exchange equivalence of, 25, 104, 229, 379.

Lizard, The, 467.

Llanstephan, co. Carmarthen, waiter at, 41.

Lloyd (Loyd), , payment to, for use of room for selling prizes, 284.

-, Ann, daughter of William Pendrell, pension of, 367.

-, Henry, Customs boatman at Milford, 251.

-, -, merchant, owner of a transport ship, 305.

-, John, of London, merchant, petition of, concerning money paid at New York, 63.

-, -, payment to, for a bill of exchange, 448.

-, -, tidesman and boatman at Fowey, 212.

-, Richard, son of Ann, pension for, 367.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for cos. Chester, Denbigh and Flint, 27980.

Loads, Philip, waiter and searcher at Brancaster and Heacham, dismissed, 40, 88.

Loans, lost orders on, innovated, 126, 133, 372.

registers of. See Exchequer Receipt, Auditor.

Names of lenders:

Bridges, J.

Craggs, J.

Dartiquenave, C.

Furnese, Sir H.

Howe, J.

Jannsen, Sir T.

Littleton, Sir T.

Manchester, Earl of.

Micklethwaite, T.

Milner, Sir J.

Mordaunt, H.

Roberts, W.

Lock, . tenant of a building in St. James's, 191.

Lockhart, William, captain, Intendant of the Invalids in Scotland, directions to, 163.

Lodington, Benjamin, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli, allowance, 276, 327;

extraordinaries, 3424.

Loftin, [John], sum recovered from the Earl of Bellomont by, 449.

Logan, Nicholas, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

Logwood, duty on. See CustomsDuties.

LONDON, 37, 45, 59, 78, 91.

Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, fee of, 109.

bankers of, 350.

bookseller of, 246.

brewers of, allowances to, for waste, 205, 324.

Chamberlain of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.

Corporation, annuity granted to, for support of Christ's Hospital, 54.

wines for, payment of bill of impost on, 140.

goldsmiths of, 34950.

Houses, Duties on, Receiver General of, 257;

surveyor of. See Barkham, E.

Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, informed as to law concerning exportation of gold, 440.

merchants of, 45, 48, 63, 75, 142, 192, 193, 196, 201, 380, 392, 402, 422, 425, 442, 458.

old clothes, etc., buyers of, petition of, 45.

port of, 352, 441.

Admiralty Rights and Perquisites in, Agent for, 285.

Customs, clerk of the coast business, 331.

coastwaiters, watermen to, 467.

Comptroller of Petty Customs, 440.

copying clerk outwards, 467.

Inspectors of the River, watermen to, 467.

landsurveyors, 252, 391, 397.

landwaiters, 40, 252, 412.

noontenders, 138.

quaymen, 255.

Queen's waiters, 79, 88, 101, 232, 397, 412, 419;

deputy, 173, 190, 227, 412.

salary bill, 134, 255, 392.

searchers, watermen to, 467.

smacks, mates of, 467.

Surveyor General, 70.

Surveyor of Petty Customs, etc., 292.

tidesmen, 40, 41, 79, 88, 138, 170, 212, 243, 251, 331, 332, 391, 392, 412, 449.

tidesurveyors, 40, 93, 170, 412.

tidewaiters, 140.

watchmen, 75, 162, 331, 392.

weigher in fee, 162.

Prizes, affairs, disbursements for, 285;

Office, contingencies, 50.

Receiver General of assessments. See Fazakerley, Sir W.

Remembrancer of. See Johnson, J.

Sheriffs, action against, for reward for a conviction, 176. See also Benson, Sir W.;

Crowley, Sir A.;

Green, Sir B.;

Peers, Sir C.

LONDON AND WESTMINSTER.

Streets and Places in

Broad Street, Navy Office in, 377.

Charing Cross, highway leading to St. James's Palace from, 1912;

Post Office at, 356.

Christ's Hospital, children of, annuity for support of, 54;

Treasurer of, 54.

Cockpit, 358, 435.

Cotton House, purchase of, 275, 463.

Drury Lane, theatre in, payment for a box in, 420.

Exchange, The, 16.

Fleet Prison, incumbrances on, discovery and settling of, 69.

prisoners in, 194, 368;

released, 155, 194, 240.

Warden of, prosecuted re accounting for profits, 45.

Gerard Street, 14.

Haymarket, theatre in, payment for a box in, 420.

Hyde Park, deer in, hay and beans for, 131.

gatekeeper, wages, 131.

Keepers in. See Emerson, W.;

Playell, J.

lodges and barns in, repair of, 23.

Pond, The, 419.

Ranger or Keeper of. See Portman, H.

repairs in, 113.

Ring, The, 235;

charge of watering, 143.

roads in, repairs, 235, 261, 411;

watering, 419.

underkeepers, wages, 131.

Inner Temple, 190;

Exchequer Office in, 490.

Leadenhall Street, 83.

Lincoln's Inn, 103.

Lombard (Lombart) Street, 350.

Mall, The. See London and Westminster, Streets, etc.St. James's Park.

Marylebone (Marybone) Street, 468.

Newgate, 176.

Newgate Prison, prisoners in, 296, 347, 465.

Pall Mall, High Street called the, 191, 192, 210.

Pall Mall Field, 62.

Richard's Coffee House, 15.

Richmond House, Whitehall, 439.

Round Rundles, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, ground called, 62, 305.

St. Botolph's (Buttolph's), poor of, perpetuity for, 181.

St. James's and St. James's Palace, 16, 191, 192, 305, 468.

Blue Room at, furniture for, 231.

Chapel, Closet, covering of books in, 231;

mourning for the Prince of Denmark in, 231;

necessaries for, 231;

umbrellas for, 488.

chief residence of the Queen, 348.

Council Room, new, mourning for, 231.

Duke of Marlborough's lodgings at, 90, 420.

Dutch Chapel, 191.

French Chapel, 191.

Fryery, ground, etc., called, lease of, 172, 183, 1912.

Fryery Garden, 191.

furniture, etc., at, alterations to, 381;

repairs to, 386, 488.

Great Drawing Room, new, mourning for, 231.

Guard Chamber at, allowance for care of, 223, 299.

Housekeeper's lodgings, repairs to, 172.

mourning for the Prince of Denmark at, 230, 231.

Music Room, furniture for, 485.

Prince's Chapel at, mourning for, 231.

Privy Chamber, mourning for, 231.

Queen's apartment at, furniture in, repairs to, 381;

mourning furniture for, 236.

Queen's bed, curtains and screen for, 231.

Receiver General of assessments for the Palace and Verge. See Taylor, James.

Royal garden at, 191. buildings erected in, 172, 183, 192, 206, 210, 277.

custody of, 206, 277.

leases of parts of, 172, 183, 192, 206, 210, 277, 316, 347.

Royal warrants, Orders in Council, etc., dated at, 49, 57, 62, 68, 77, 81, 834, 89, 90, 98, 108, 132, 150, 154, 161, 163, 165, 172, 176, 179, 181, 183, 188, 189, 191, 2025, 2089, 213, 220, 225, 234, 237, 262, 412, 413, 416, 421, 4245, 4278, 4346, 445, 448, 452, 45962, 4745, 478, 480, 482, 485, 492.

Stableyard at, Keeper of. See Thornley, S.

Standing Wardrobe at. See Wardrobe.

Wilderness (Woodwork), custody of, 206, 277;

lease of, 206, 210, 277, 347.

Yeomen of the Guard at, candlesticks for, 381.

St. James's Park, deer in, hay for, allowance for, 40, 129, 249.

fish and fowl (pheasants, guinea hens, partridges, etc.) in, 1912;

feed of, allowance for, 40, 129, 249.

house and ground in, lease of, 1912.

Mall in, allowance for shelling, 152;

Keeper of. See Berkeley, John, Viscount FitzHardinge.

officers (keepers, underkeepers), allowances, 40, 129, 249, 386.

part taken into the Royal Garden, 192.

St. John Baptist, Walbrook, poor of, perpetuity for, 181.

St. Magnus, poor of, perpetuity for, 181.

St. Margaret's, Westminster, 440.

St. Martin's - in the - Fields, burial in, 84;

leases of land, etc., in, 62, 192, 305.

St. Mary Creedchurch, 83.

St. Michael's, Cornhill, churchwardens, payment to, on perpetuity for the poor, 101.

St. Paul's Cathedral, Queen's statue and pedestal at, marble for, 139.

St. Peter's, Westminster. See (below) Westminster Abbey.

St. Stephen's, Westminster Hospital, almsmen, report, concerning, 126;

rent resolute or corody granted by Henry VIII out of, 101.

Savoy, French ministers in, [annuity of], payment on, 245.

guardhouses at, repairs to, 161.

Hospital, Master and Chaplain of, 90;

messuage, etc., belonging to, lease of, 90.

Marshalsea, deserters in, expense for, 446.

Scotland Yard, 41, 139.

Somerset House, cistern erected in, 450;

guardhouses at, repairs to, 161.

Swallowfield, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, ground called, 62, 305.

Temple, Master of. See Sherlock, T.

Tower, 103, 165, 201.

Csar's Chapel, records in. See Records.

Constable of. See Capel, Algernon, Earl of Essex.

deer waggons, etc., stored in, 199.

prisoners in, diet and lodgings, 50, 212, 423.

records in. See Records.

tigers sent to, 146.

Vicar of, perpetuity of, payment on, 464.

Warders of, mourning liveries for, 230;

watch gowns for, 231.

White Tower, 156.

Tower Hill, 431.

Tower Wharf, 90.

Treasury Chambers, 1, 27, 28.

Union Coffee House by the Exchange, 16.

Villars Street, 258.

Warwick House, 347.

Westminster Abbey (St. Peter's Church), fees paid to, for Sir C. Shovell's interment, 108.

Henry VII's Chapel, stools for, 231.

monument of Shovell erected in, payment for, 108.

Westminster Hall, 427.

Whitehall, 1, 27, 28, 3359, 341, 3434, 439, 4835, 4878.

Chapel, mourning for, 231.

guardhouses at, repairs to, 161.

Orders in Council dated at, 360, 362, 366.

Receiver General of assessments for the Palace and Verge. See Taylor, James.

Removing Wardrobe at. See Wardrobe.

Standing Wardrobe at. See Wardrobe.

works at, 268.

Wilderness or Woodwork. See (above) St. James's.

York Buildings, 258.

London, George, lessee of part of the Royal Gardens at St. James's, 206, 277.

Londonderry, barracks in, maintenance of, 121.

French prisoners at, 479.

Garrison, Governor of, 120;

works at, 58, 479.

Magazine at, works at, 479.

Ordnance establishment at, 119.

siege of, services at, 261, 318.

stores in, arms delivered into, 451.

Long, Joseph, waterman to the coast waiters in London port, 467.

Long Bredy Farm. See Ryme.

Longdon, Robert, petition for place of Receiver General of assessments, co. Worcester, 48.

Longford Pass, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Longford Town, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Looe, co. Cornwall, port of, Customs collector. See Natt, J.

salt duties officer in, petition of inhabitants for a, 397, 411.

tidesman and boatman, 79.

waiters and searchers, 412.

Lord, Obadiah, Army debenture endorsed to, 357.

Lord Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

Lordell, John, of London, merchant, permit to reduce brandy to proof, 392, 397.

-, -, agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

Lord Great Chamberlain, petition of, concerning Havering Park, 109.

Lord Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

Lord High Treasurer. See Godolphin, S., Earl of Godolphin;

Harley, R., Earl of Oxford.

Lord Treasurer, Ireland. See Ireland.

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.

Lords, House of, 91.

account laid before, 94.

address from, 94.

Black Rod. See Mitchell, Sir D.

Clerk of, printing, etc., for, 275.

doorkepeers of, eight, salaries, 313.

furniture for, 230.

lights for, 423.

Lobby of, mourning for, 231.

Scotch peers to sit in, returns of, expenses relating to, 4, 91.

Serjeant-at-Arms attending. See Goatley, S.

Speaker of, 279.

stationery for, 274.

-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

Lords Lieutenants, letters to, allowance for writing, 101.

Lorimer, George, tidesman in London port, 391.

Loroch. See Laroche.

Lorraine, Duchess of, manufactures bought in England for, 410.

-, Duke of, horses and dogs bought in England for, 410.

Lot and cope. See Wirksworth.

LOTTERIES:

Malt Lottery Tickets (as by 89 Wm. III, c. 22, 10 Wm. III, c. 10, 11 Wm. III, c. 3, and 1 Anne, c. 7):

benefits, 314;

issues for, 50, 99, 1356, 1634, 199, 241, 287, 319, 369, 394, 4267, 457.

Comptroller of. See Duncomb, J.;

Wiseman, S.

counterfeited, 74.

deficiencies of, applications of revenue to, 46, 76, 99, 136, 164, 199, 242, 288, 319, 369, 395, 426, 457.

discounting of, 237.

interest on, 314;

issues for, 50, 99, 1356, 1634, 199, 241, 287, 319, 369, 394, 4267, 457.

Office, necessaries for, 367.

Paymaster of, clerks of, salaries, 314;

duties of, 139.

See also Arnold, N.

principal of, 314;

issues for repaying, 50, 99, 1356, 1634, 199, 241, 287, 319, 3689, 394, 4267, 457.

Million Adventure or Lottery on duties on salt, beer, etc., as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7:

annuities and benefits, issue for, 360.

officer in the Exchequer for paying. See Humble, Sir J.

fund for, 95;

surplus of, 126.

Office, necessaries for, 86, 367.

Paymaster of. See Taylor, R.

new (1,500,000l. anno 1710), 458;

Bill for additional duty on Houses for, 483.

Loudoun, Earl of. See Campbell, Hugh.

Loughrea, Loughreagh, [co. Galway], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Lourie. See Lawrey.

Loveday, Samuel, outlaw, messuages of, in Leadenhall Street, 83.

Lovel, Sir Salathiel, letter from, concerning rewards for convicting burglars, 28.

Lovelace, Charlotte, widow of John, Lord Lovelace, royal bounty for, 464.

-, John, 4th Lord Lovelace, 464;

Governor of New York, death of, 355;

goods and equipage of, allowance for, 355.

Low (Lowe), George, payment to, for embarking troops in Ireland, 479.

-, Richard, housekeeper, reward for the arrest of, 313.

-, Samuel, deputy graver in the Mint, 162;

gauger in the Excise, imprisoned, petition for release, 162.

-, William, burglar, reward for the arrest of, 291.

Low Countries, Army in. See Army. See also:

Flanders.

Holland.

Netherlands.

Lower Lodge. See Windsor Great Park.

Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 237.

Lowman, Henry, housekeeper of Kensington Palace, salary, 281.

-, Mrs. Jane, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 299.

-, Mary, wife of Henry, wardrobe-keeper at Kensington Palace, salary, 281.

Lowndes, Charles, clerk to the Commissioners for stating the debts of Wm. III, 289.

-, -, landwaiter in London port, 252.

-, William, Secretary of the Treasury, passim.

issues to, for secret service, 3, 8, 11, 18, 23, 25, 31, 34, 36, 74, 78, 125, 140, 154, 173, 235, 249, 289, 303, 324, 383, 416, 439, 475.

reporting on Auditors of Imprests' fees, 308.

Lowry. See Lawrey.

Lowther, James, Storekeeper of the Ordnance, salary, 280.

-, Lancelot, tidesman at Workington and Flimby, 138.

-, Thomas, payments to, for various charges, 146, 313.

-, -, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 204.

Low Wines, Duties on. See ExciseDuties.

Loyd. See Lloyd.

Lucas, Charles, Closet Keeper to the Queen, 386.

-, -, Page of the Presence to the Prince of Denmark, 222, 298.

-, -, Page of the Removing Wardrobe, salary, 474.

-, Robert Lord Lucas, regiment of. See Hamilton, Hans.

-, Robert, tidewaiter at Leith, dismissed, 162.

Ludgater, William, riding officer at Bexhill, dismissed, 162.

Ludlam, Robert, Comptroller of Gloucester port, 301.

Ludlow, co. Salop, Clerks of the Fines at. See Cann, R.;

Dolben, J.

Ludolph (Ludolf), , payments to, for relief of poor Palatines, 226.

-, Henry William, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 223, 299.

Lumley, Frances, Countess of Scarborough, a Lady of the Bedchamber, salary, 52, 391.

-, [Henry], lieutenant general, petition of, 446.

regiment of (Queen's Own Regiment of Horse), clothing of a kettledrum and trumpeters, 446.

-, Richard, 1st Earl of Scarborough, sons of, 292.

-, -, afterwards 2nd Earl of Scarborough, grant for the life of, 292.

-, Thomas, afterwards 3rd Earl of Scarborough, grant for the life of, 292.

-, William, son of Richard, 1st Earl of Scarborough, in service at sea, 292.

Lumsdean, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 472.

Lundie, , brigadier, memorial of, 433.

Luneburg. See Brunswick.

Luss, [co. Dumbarton], lands and estate of, grant of, 187.

Lustrings, Dutch, imported, 60;

duties on. See CustomsDuties.

Lutheran ministers, 172.

Lutzau, Katherine, pensioner of the Prince of Denmark, 312.

Lyard, , captain in second to Major General Carpenter's regiment of dragoons, 324.

Lydall, William, appointed tidesman in London port, 212.

Lydd, co. Kent, riding officers at, 162.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, Cobb pier, annuity for repair of, payment on, 82;

damaged by violent storms, royal bounty for repair of, 203;

petition concerning repair of, 156.

Mayor, Corporation, etc., 82, 203.

port of, average yield of Customs in, enquiry as to, 156;

waiters and searchers in, 449.

Lynch, William, Receiver General of assessments for Suffolk, 48, 257.

Lyndon, George, captain, petition for a pension in Ireland, 451.

Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, lands in, extended for debt, 83.

port of, boatmen in, 162, 212, 412.

customer and collector of. See Hare, H.;

Kent, J.;

Lynstead, W.

tidesmen in, 392.

waiters and searchers in, 40, 88.

Lynstead, William, Customs collector at Lynn, arrears of, 443.

Lyon King at Arms. See Erskine, Sir Alexander.