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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 23, 1709. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1949.

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St. Sackville, Charles, 10th Earl of Dorset and Earl of Middlesex, pension granted to the Duke of St. Albans for the life of, 85.

Sail cloth. See Navy.

St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, Charles.

St. Albans, Earl of. See Jermyn, Henry.

St. Andrew's, Bishopric of, account of, 187.

St. Austell, co. Cornwall, tin blowing house in, supervisor of, appointment, 56;

salary, 81.

St. Barbe, Sir John, petition of, concerning a quit rent in the New Forest, 236.

St. Christopher:

Basseterre, 411, 475, 476, 491.

Canada Hills or Mountains, 4756.

Carmelites Plantation, 411, 475, 490.

Castle Plantation, 411, 476, 490.

Cayonne (Cayon) Hills, 411, 475, 476, 490.

French Quarter of, confirmations of grants of lands in, 387, 411, 4756, 4901.

Gelves Gutt, 476.

Gutt River, 476.

Invasion of, by the French:

(in 1689), losses in, 61.

(in 1705), losses in, 491.

amount of, 60.

Commissioners appointed to enquire into, losses of, amount of, 60;

return by, 60.

report on, 601.

Lacour's Plantation, 475.

Laresier's (Larosier's) Plantation, 411, 475, 490.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Hamilton, W.;

Lambert, M.

Maltere's Plantation, 411, 475, 490.

Marishall's Plantation, 475.

Monkey Hill, 476, 491.

next treaty of peace with France and, 476.

Olivies' Plantation, 387.

Ordnance stores sent to, 60.

Pont se Biens (Point se biens, Pont de Biens) Plantation, 411, 475, 490.

prizes sent for the relief of, 60.

provisions sent to, 60.

Sandy Gutt, 476.

Terres Plantation, 475.

Upper Cross Common, 476.

St. Clare, Robert, chaplain for Pennsylvania, 323.

St. Croix, D., agent for rights and perquisites of the Admiralty at Jersey, 285.

St. Ewe (St. Eve), co. Cornwall, Polgooth (Polgoth) in, tin blowing house at, supervisor of, appointment, 56;

salary, 81.

St. George, Sir George, half pay for, 122;

regiment of, 122.

-, Sir Henry, Garter King at Arms, certificate of, 54;

fee of, 281.

St. George's. See Jamaica.

St. Germain-en-Laye (St. German), 44, 484.

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, Customs collector at. See Hicks, J.;

Prigg, N.

St. James's and St. James's Park. See London and Westminster.

St. John, Henry, Secretary at War, report of, 56.

-, Thomas, colonel, half pay for, 122.

regiment of, officers of, alleged refusal by, to serve abroad, 489;

petition for half pay, 489;

service of, in the wars in Ireland, 489.

reformed officers of, half pay for, 122.

St. John Jerusalem, Ireland, monastery of, proxies due out of churches belonging to, 117.

St. Leger, , captain. of Colonel Blossett's regiment, serving with the Earl of Galway, 38.

St. Loe, Mrs. Dorothy, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 224, 300.

-, [George], Navy Commissioner [at Chatham], letters from, 445.

-, Mrs. Jane, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 224, 300.

St. Malo, France, ships from, 61, 74.

St. Mary's. See Jamaica.

St. Mary's Abbey, Ireland, proxies due out of churches belonging to, 117.

St. Quintin, Sir William, Commissioner of Excise in Ireland, 278;

a Chief Commissioner and Governor of the Revenue in Ireland, 278, 452.

St. Sebastian, Spain, wines from, 252.

St. Stephen's, co. Cornwall, tin blowing house in, supervisor of, appointment, 56;

salary, 81.

St. Thomas Court, Ireland, late monastery of, proxies due out of churches belonging to, 117.

Salamanca, Don Ambrosio de, lieutenant colonel of a Spanish regiment of foot, clothing and accoutrements delivered to, 124, 155.

Salcey Forest, cos. Northampton and Rutland, repairs in, 317.

woodward of. See Newton, T.

Salcombe, co. Devon, tidesmen at, 332.

Salem, Massachusetts, collector and surveyor of Customs at. See Blechynden, C.

Sales, Marquis de, Envoy Extraordinary from the Republic of the Grisons, present to, 413.

Salime, Lord, pension in Scotland for, 469.

Salisbury, New Sarum, co. Wilts, Receiver General of assessments for. See Beaven, T.

Salisbury, Bishop of. See Burnet, Gilbert.

Salisbury, Humphrey, 194.

Sallee, Fez, 340.

Salloffioff, Osip, petition of, Customs seizure, 304.

Sally, Wybert, tidesman in Liverpool port, 88.

Salmon. See Scotlandfish.

SALT:

invention for improving British salt to the goodness of foreign, 185.

invention for boiling and making, 175, 230.

pans. See Grain, Isle of. See also Scotland.

SALT DUTIES, 28, 31, 195.

Accountant of, 306.

accounts, auditing of, 306;

fees for, 306, 309(2).

annuities on. See LotteriesMillion Adventure.

collectors of, 306;

debt of, 188.

Commissioners, accounts, 98.

attend the Treasury, 28.

letters to, 45, 80, 161, 411, 465.

memorials of, 314.

petitions referred to, 131, 174, 188, 194, 297, 368, 373.

reports by, 18, 124, 153, 156, 194, 240.

warrants to, 53, 124, 153, 155, 194, 240, 314.

Comptroller of, 306.

debts due for, 194.

compounded, account of, required, 80.

persons imprisoned for, release of, 240, 368.

drawbacks on salt and fish exported, 61, 153.

debentures for, 32, 45, 131, 306.

frauds in securing, 1245, 156, 194, 250, 373.

frauds, Act 1 Anne, c. 15, concerning, 414.

Office, incidents bills, 73, 148, 258, 431.

salary bills, 125, 227, 384, 482.

officers, 61, 331, 465.

assessments on, refunded, 53, 314.

parties to frauds, 124, 156.

petition for the establishment of, at Looe, 397, 411.

overplus of duties charged by 89 Wm. III, c. 20, application of, 393.

receipts from, applied to the Deficient Funds, 46, 76, 99, 136, 164,, 199, 242, 287, 319, 369, 395, 426, 457.

Receiver General or Treasurer of, directions to, concerning Exchequer Bills, 14. See also Bridges, .

supervisors, 465.

Salter, Thomas, Customs collector at Bridgwater and Rochester, arrears of, 443.

Saltfleet, co. Lincoln, Customs boat at, 467.

Saltpetre. See Ordnance.

Sampson, Peter, tidesman and boatman at Fowey, 212.

Sanders, Nicholas, collector of Truro port, money advanced by, for service of William III on his landing, 442.

Sandpit Gate. See Windsor Great Park.

Sandwich, co. Kent, Customs officers between Rye and, complaint against, 465.

port, searcher of, 246.

Sandwich, Earl of. See Montagu, Edward.

Sandy Gutt. See St. Christopher.

Sandys, Myles, sheriff for co. Lancaster, payment to, 260.

-, Richard, Customs collector at Minehead, arrears of, 443.

Sankey, Henry, captain, petition for half pay in Ireland, 450.

-, [Nicholas], major general, regiment of foot of, in Portugal, officer of, killed, 424.

offreckonings, 198.

subsistence, 93, 323, 379.

Sanseverino (Sansevario) D'Aragona, Conte Ottavio, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Parma, present to, 462.

Sansome, John, Customs collector of Bristol, absconded, debt due to, 305, 422.

debt of, 261.

petitions concerning affairs of, 45, 71, 172.

sureties of, 360. See also Breton, Richard;

Goddard, J.

Saunders, , Sergeant, payment to, for services relating to Irish Bills, 58.

-, John, tidesman in London port, 449.

-, Thomas, instructed in Customs business, 108.

Savage, . of the Customs, letters to, 82, 213, 350.

-, Richard, Earl Rivers, expedition to Spain under, 161, 303, 363, 434.

-, William, landwaiter at Whitehaven, 331.

Savery (Lavery, Savory), Thomas, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded and Prisoners of War, 10, 137, 2389, 240, 242, 259, 269, 295, 311, 415, 469.

Savino, Anthony, lieutenant in the King of Spain's regiment of Castilians, 441.

Savoy, 295, 303.

Duke of:

and the expedition against Toulon, 67.

Court of, officers and servants of, New Year's gifts to, 339.

Envoy from. See Briancon, Count de.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See

Chetwynd, J.

Methuen, J.

Methuen, P.

Palmes, F.

subsidies to, issues, remittances, etc., for, 2, 7, 18, 22, 245, 28, 92, 105, 12930, 178, 2078, 214, 216, 251, 316, 334, 385, 408.

Treaty dated 4 August, 1704, with, 408.

Troops of, clothing for, 245, 129, 178.

Prince of. See Eugene.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of, Convention with (dated 27 March, 1703), 406, 408.

Troops of. See ArmyLow Countries, Twenty thousand men.

Saxons. See ArmyLow Countries.

Saxony, Lower, 344.

Sayer, Benjamin, mate of the Customs smack at Yarmouth, 467.

Scarborough, co. York, port, riding officers in, 412.

Scarborough, Countess of. See Lumley, Frances.

Scarborough, Earl of. See Lumley, Richard.

Scarborough, Edward, collector of Liverpool port, sureties of, process against, stayed, 134.

Scheels (Sheels), Timothy, Yeoman Rider and Captain of Arms to Prince George of Denmark, salary, 222, 298.

Schmettau, Samuel, petition of, for patent for better making of salt, 175, 230.

Schomberg, Anto., major in Colonel J. Mitchelburn's regiment, half pay for, 121.

Schonen, Sweden, Governor of, letter from, concerning the stopping of a ship, 84.

Schoolmasters. See Plantations.

Schoonenburg (Schonenburg), alias Belmonte, Franciscus, Dutch Plenipotentiary, bill drawn by the Prince of Hesse on, 158.

Schumacher, Sophia, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 312.

Scobell, Henry, and Tin affairs, accounts of, 477;

payments to, 90.

Scot. See Scott.

SCOTLAND:

accountants in, directions to, 186.

Acts, 19, 195.

Almoner, Queen's, 65. See also Law, John.

alms. See Scotlandpoor.

Admiral Deput. See Carnegie, D., Earl of Northesk.

Admiralty Court, Judge of. See Wemyss, David, Earl of.

Advocate General. See ScotlandLord Advocate.

Aids, auditors of, 173.

Apothecary, Queen's. See Hepburne, P.

Army in. See Army.

Assessments. See ScotlandLand Tax.

Auditors of. See ScotlandRevenue.

Bank of, old moneys delivered into the Mint by, 65, 196.

beef, curing of. See Scotlandfish.

bishoprics, revenues of (money rents and corn rents):

account of, for the year 1705, 186, 187;

Lord Treasurer's observations on, 186.

Receivers or collectors of, accounts of, to be made up, 186.

rent roll, to be made, 186.

bishops, pensions of, 469. See also Scotlandteinds.

boroughs, Auditor of the revenue from, 61.

Clerk of the Burrough Roll. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

brewers in, Excise allowances to, 41415.

frauds by, 145.

penalty for selling without permission, 415.

Bullion Duty, arrears of, 163, 183.

collectors of, 163.

Receiver General of, See Stewart, D.

Casualties. See ScotlandCrown Land Rents.

Chamberlains, accounts of, directions concerning, 186.

Chancellary, Director of, salary, 262. See also Kerr, Lord Charles.

Chaplains, Queen's. See Blair, David.

charities and bounties, Queen's, allowance for, 187, 264, 268.

list of, 46973;

required, 187, 264.

stipends of vacant parishes belonging to the Crown to be applied to, 480.

warrant for payment of, 469.

Charity Roll, 469.

poor on, issues for, 645, 67;

list of, 4702.

Church of, Assembly of, 203.

High Commissioner to. See Boyle, D., Earl of Glasgow.

Moderator of. See Currie, J.

Circuit Courts:

charge of, 11011;

payment of, 88, 110, 278;

reduction of, Lord Treasurer and the, 110.

clerks, Deputy Advocates, macers and trumpets, charge of, 111.

fines in, lists of, 63.

first appearance of, after a long disuetude, 110.

Judges of, table and stable of, charge of, 111.

Civil List (Establishment for Civil Affairs):

(dated 23 June, 1709), 174, 187, 232, 2624;

list of payments under, 262, 2648, 389.

revenue applicable to, account of, required, 34.

account of the produce of, since the Union, 94.

unequal to the charge, 110.

salaries, allowances and pensions on. See Scotlandsalaries.

coins, silver, large pieces of, coined, 165.

small pieces of, master puncheons, etc., for, to be prepared, 165.

See also Scotlandrecoinage.

Conservator of the Scottish Privileges in the Netherlands, dispute as to salary of, 64.

corn and grain exported from, account of, required, 394.

in great quantities, 394.

Council Chamber, Keeper of. See Stevens, James.

necessaries for, 83.

Crown Land rents. See ScotlandLands.

curing. See Scotlandfish.

Customs:

boats for guarding the coasts, 371, 454;

pilot of, 71.

Cashier. See Scotland Customs, Receiver General.

Commissioners (W. Boyle, Sir R. Dixon, T. Fullerton, J. Kent, J. Isaacson, L. Norman, Sir A. Rigby), 7, 252.

collecting duties for lighthouses, 437.

directions to, concerning the quarantine, 370.

letters from and to, 71, 77, 91, 106, 132, 394, 398, 413, 421, 454.

new commission, 213;

charge of passing, 59, 327.

matters referred to, 74, 84, 162, 171, 250, 321;

opinion on, to be given clearly, 421.

query of, as to charging seizures, 43, 712.

quorum of, Law Officers' opinion on, 171.

reports of, 195, 272, 371, 41314, 437.

warrants to, 59, 72, 143, 327, 365, 371, 437, 451.

Custom House. See Edinburgh.

Duties. See CustomsDuties.

management charges of, 7;

thought to be too high, 8.

officers, 321, 365.

appointed, 59, 143, 1623, 4512.

dismissed, 143, 162.

officers sent from England to instruct, 59.

petition for reward for seizure, 171.

recommendations for places of, 71, 106, 398, 413.

salaries, 59, 1623, 421, 437, 452.

salary bills (Edinburgh, Leith and outports), 42, 134, 258, 388, 482.

Receiver General or Cashier (C. Graydon), directions to, 225.

payments by, 42, 134, 174, 225, 258, 388, 482.

payments to, 171. See also Douglas, Archibald.

Revenue, abbreviats of, mentioned, 7, 77, 113.

allowances charged on, 7, 94, 96, 262;

before the Union, payments allowed, 174, 225.

increase of, 8;

payment of, to Commissioners of the Equivalent, 7.

produce of, since the Union, statement of, 95, 96.

Tack of, the late, Farmers or tacksmen, calling to account of, 65.

proceedings against, 1001.

debts due to the Crown in, prosecution charges, allowance for, 263.

Solicitor in all matters relating to, salary and allowances, 2634. See also Bowles, W.

debts, public. See Scotlandpublic debts and claims.

distillers, Excise allowances to, 415.

Ecclesiastical History of the Christian Religion from the first Plantation thereof in Scotland, 203.

equies, grant of, 186.

Equivalent, 76.

Commissioners for:

commission dated 5 June, 1707 (Sir A. Hume and 24 others), revoked, 234.

letter to, 77.

memorial of, 78.

new commission (A. Abercromie, J. Bruce, J. Brydges, Sir T. Burnett, Sir J. Campbell, Sir J. Cope, W. Dalrymple, Sir J. Erskine, Sir A. Hume, Sir P. Johnstone, J. Pringle, W. Seaton, Sir R. Sinclair, Sir J. Smollet, Sir J. Swinton), 234;

charges of, 313;

members recommended by the Bank of England, 17.

reducing the number of, 234, 313.

surplus Customs and Excise revenue in Scotland to be paid to, 7.

difficulty in adjusting matters relating to, 65.

money, Act 6 Anne, c. 51, for further directing the payment of, 77.

creditors' complaint as to Customs and Excise management charges, 8.

issued and paid, account of, required, 77.

greatest part already issued, 234.

Establishment. See ScotlandCivil List.

Exchequer Court:

accounts passed before, 61, 175;

Auditors of, 173.

Act constituting, 61.

Attorneys of, salaries, 264. See also Beaumont, J.;

Wood, R.

Barons of (J. Clark, G. Dalrymple, A. Maitland, J. Scrope, J. Smith), 75, 113, 153, 175, 253.

directions to, 174, 225, 262.

and the distribution of charities and bounties, 65, 264, 268, 469, 472.

Lord Chief Baron, 252.

attending the Treasury, 11.

letters to, 64, 75.

new commission,64.

salary, 263, 267.

See also Ogilvie, J., Earl of Seafield;

Smith, John.

matters referred to, 61.

petty expenses of, 264, 267.

recommendations by, 167, 392, 480.

salaries, 38, 135, 225, 263, 267.

warrants to, 163, 278, 389, 469, 480.

Burrough Roll, Clerk of, 61. See also Kirkwood, A.

doorkeepers, salaries, 264, 268(2).

Examiner of (J. Hall), appointment and salary, 392.

fees, salaries and charges of, 187, 225, 232, 2634, 2678, 313.

keeper of. See Stephens, James.

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, directions to, 226.

salary, 263. See also Allanson, W.

Macers of (R. Ballintine, D. Graham, J. Hog), salaries, 262, 266.

Marshal of, salary, 264. See also Montgomery, W.

Messenger of, salary, 264, 268. See also Doull, W.

necessaries for, 83, 135, 264.

Pipe, Clerk of, salary, 2256. See also McKenzie, C.;

Tyas, J.

Property Roll, Enroller of, salary, 263. See also Anderson, A.

Queen's Remembrancer, 63, 174, 225. See also Stewart, W.;

Tarver, J.

Remembrancer's Office, 76.

Seal, Lord Chief Baron's deputy for keeping, salary, 232, 263, 267.

Signatures, Presenter of, salary, 262. See also Veitch, J.

Register of, dispute as to, 76;

keeper of. See Mackenzie, Sir J.

Solicitor to, allowance for prosecutions, etc., 263.

salary, 263. See also Bowles, W.

Statute Books, etc., for, 153, 157.

trials in, 171, 2523.

Usher of, Deputy. See Stephens, James.

Hereditary. See Bellenden, Lord.

Excise:

Accomptant General. See Drummond, G.

accounts, auditor of, 173, 264.

Cashier. See ScotlandExcise, Receiver General.

Commissioners (J. Boyle, A. Forbes, J. Montgomery, D. Ross, A. Wedderburn, J. Whetham), 7, 94, 113, 278.

letters to, 77, 88, 111.

new commission, 1089;

charges of passing, 147.

petition referred to, 145.

reports of, 65, 171.

representation from, concerning difficulties due to differences between English and Scotch measures and in relation to Duty on Low Wines, etc., 41415.

salaries, 109.

Secretary, solicitor, clerk of securities and correspondent to. See Dowdeswell, R.

warrants to, 65, 106, 147, 171.

Comptroller General of, 113.

difficulties of collection in remote Isles and places, 415.

Duties. See ExciseDuties Farmers of the Annexed (Sir T. Kennedy and partners), petition of, 186, 187.

incidents bills, 66, 139, 258, 392.

management charge of, thought to be too high, 8.

Receiver General and Cashier of, directions to, 225.

See also Boyle, J.;

Sinclair, R.

Revenue, abbreviate of, mentioned, 7, 77, 113.

increase of, 8;

payment of, to Commissioners of the Equivalent, 7.

payments out of, 89, 94, 96, 111, 225, 278.

produce of, since the Union, statement of, 94, 96.

salary bills, 84, 139, 258, 392.

Falconer, Under, salary, 263. See also Nasmith, J.

Fish (herrings, salmon, white fish):

Acts (31 Edw. III, c. 1; 15 Car. II, c. 16; James V, p. 7, c. 98; James VI, p. 4, cap. 60, ratified by James VI, p. 6, c. 86; James VI, p. 8, c. 141, and the 2nd Act of the 3rd Session in Scotland) regulating fishing and the sale of fish, etc., 195.

permission to buy fresh fish to be cured on board ship:

Acts of Parliament against, 195.

objections to, 195.

petition of Hamburg merchants for, 152, 195.

Shetlanders in favour of the granting of, 1956.

and flesh (beef and pork), curing of (Royal Curing):

abuses in, 250.

Inspector of (J. Hepburn), appointed, 162;

salary, 162.

with foreign salt imported before the Union, allowances for, on exportation, 439.

directions concerning, 175.

issues for, 18, 26, 175, 179, 323.

Flesh, curing of. See ScotlandFish.

French wines in, illicit trade in, 2523.

seized, proposed compromise as to, 249, 2523.

gifts, entered in the Register of Signatures, 75.

Great Seal of, 163, 282. See also ScotlandSeal.

gum seneca imported into, 75, 142.

Heralds and Pursuivants:

Heralds (J. Bar, A. Drummond, J. Fairburn, H. Frazer, W. Melvill, J. Steill), salaries, 262, 265.

Lyon King. See Erskine, Sir A.

Pursuivants (R. Brown, C. Erskine, J. Erskine, J. Guthrie, W. Home, W. Smith, J. Turner), appointment, 265.

salaries, 262, 265.

Hornings, Register of, Keeper of, salary, 262.

See also Mitchelson, J.

Invalids. See ArmyInvalids.

Judicature, Courts of, salaries in, 232, 313.

Justice Clerk. See ScotlandLord Justice Clerk.

Justice Court:

Clerk of, salary, 262. See also Montgomery, J.

Dempster of, salary, 262. See also Park J.

fees, salaries and charges in, 187, 225, 232, 262, 266, 313.

fines in, lists of, 63.

Hereditary Usher of. See Cockburn, Sir A.

Housekeeper, salary and allowances, 262. See also Johnston, J.;

Smith, William.

Macers of (J. Guthrie, J. Henderson, T. Montgomery), salaries, 262, 266.

Justice General. See ScotlandLord Justice General.

Justices of the Bounds, 415.

Justices of the Peace, ruling of, on Scots measures, 41415.

Justiciary, Lords of, 63, 278.

allowances, 174.

entertainment charges on Circuit, 889. See also ScotlandCircuit Courts.

letters from and to, concerning Circuit Courts, 10911.

payment to, out of Customs, 96.

Knights Marshal, salaries, 263. See also Keith, John and William, Earls of Kintore.

Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Douglas, Archibald.

Lands:

Crown Land Rents and Casualties, Auditors of, appointed, 61, 173.

payment of salaries, etc., out of, 225.

Receiver General of, payments to, 480;

salary, 262.

deputy, salary, 262. See also Douglas, Archibald.

revenue from, absorbed by grants and expenses, 95.

Rolls, Clerk of, 61.

deeds of conveyance, entered in the Register of Signatures, 75.

signatures of. See Scotlandsignatures.

Limner, Queen's. See Ogilvie G.

Lord Advocate (Advocate General), 171, 252.

letters from and to, 64, 100.

salary, 262.

See also Dalrymple, D.;

Stewart, Sir J.

Lord Chief Baron. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

Lord Justice Clerk, 111.

salary, 262.

See also Cockburn, Adam.

Lord Justice General, 278.

salary, 262.

See also Mackenzie, George, Earl of Cromartie.

Lord Register, salary, 262. See also Boyle, D., Earl of Glasgow;

Murray, Sir J.

Lord Treasurer of, lists of fines transmitted to, 63.

Lyon King at Arms. See ScotlandHeralds.

measures. See Scotlandweights and measures.

Mint. See Mint, at Edinburgh.

money. See Scotlandcoins;

Scotlandrecoinage.

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

pensions, 230.

See also Scotlandcharities and bounties;

Scotlandsalaries.

Physicians, Queen's. See Dalrymple, T.;

Eizat, Sir E.

Physick Garden, Keeper of. See Sutherland, J.

Pipe, Clerks of. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

poor, alms for, on the Queen's birthday, 65, 263, 266.

See also Edinburgh;

ScotlandCharity Roll.

pork, curing of. See ScotlandFish.

Post Office. See Post Office, at Edinburgh.

Printer, Queen's, allowance for, on the Establishment, 263. See also Campbell, Agnes.

privateers infesting the coast of, 132.

Privy Council, 65, 183.

Privy Seal, Keeper of. See Douglas, J., Duke of Queensberry and Dover.

Graham, J., Duke of Montrose.

Property Roll, Enroller of. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

public debts and claims, brought before Barons of the Exchequer pursuant to Act 6 Anne, c. 51, account of, mentioned, 77, 113.

Pursuivants. See ScotlandHeralds.

quarantine affairs in, 370, 410.

Queen's Remembrancer. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

recoinage of 1707:

account of, mentioned, 103.

Commissioners for, 65.

moneyers sent from Tower Mint for, 103;

petition of, 201.

services in receiving, etc., Scots and foreign coins from the Bank for melting, payments for, 65, 183, 196.

weight of silver recoined, 201.

regiments in. See ArmyScotland.

rents, escheat, 187. See also Scotland, LandsCrown Land Rents.

Respond Duties, 187.

Revenue:

Auditors of, 174, 225.

office to be executed by one person on the death of the other, 264.

See also Arbuthnot, R.;

Philps, J.

Receiver General of. See Douglas, Archibald.

See also Scotland:

Civil List.

Customs.

Excise.

salaries, pensions and allowances in, 2628.

Paymaster of, 225.

deputy to, salary, 262.

salary, 262.

See also Douglas, Archibald.

payment of, clear of all fees, etc., 1734.

out of Crown Revenues and Casualties, warrant for, 225.

out of the Exchequer, England, warrant for, 1734;

cancelled, 225.

privy seals for the, charge of passing, 313.

quarterly lists of, directions for, 174.

Salt:

Duties, officers, 331.

foreign, imported before the Union and purchased by the Crown pursuant to Act 7 Anne, c. 11:

certificates, payment of, directions concerning, 175;

issues for, 18, 26, 175, 179, 323.

disposal of, 365.

proposal to buy, 439.

quantities in the various ports, account of, 365.

warehouses for storing, high cost of, 439.

weight allowed by the Act exceeded, abatement in lieu of, 331.

See also Scotlandfish.

Seal appointed by the Treaty of Union to replace the Great Seal (Seal of Scotland), 173, 487.

Keeper of. See Campbell, H., Earl of Loudoun.

seamen in, debts due to, 34.

Session, Court of:

Clerk of Her Majesty's Process, salary, 262.

See also Dalrymple, Sir James;

Dalrymple, John.

Extractor of Her Majesty's Process, salary, 263.

See also Reid, J.

fees, salaries and charges of, 187, 225, 232, 2627, 313.

Lord President, salary, 262. See also Dalrymple, Sir H.

Lords of Session (Sir W. Anstruther, Sir A. Campbell, A. Cockburn, Sir R. Dundass, Sir G. Elliot, J. Erskine, Sir F. Grant, Sir J. Lauder, Earl of Lauderdale, R. McKenzie Sir J. Maxwell, J. Murray Sir A. Ogilvie, D. Stewart Sir R. Stewart), 110.

crying the hours to, allowance for, 262.

dismissed, 265, 268.

salaries, 7, 96, 174, 262, 2645, 268, 389.

Macers of (J. Adam, A. Graham, P. Grant, C. Maitland), salaries, 262, 265.

Underclerk of Her Majesty's Process, salary, 263.

See also Findlayson, A.;

Hamilton, G.

Sheriffs, accounts, directions concerning, 186.

revenue from, Auditor of, 61.

Sheriffs' Roll, Clerk of, 61. See also Lauder, Sir R.

Enroller of, salary, 263. See also Boyd, R.

Signatures, 187.

Presenter of. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

Register of. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

relating to the revenue, Lord Treasurer to countersign, 33.

Signet, Keeper of. See Erskine, J., Earl of Mar.

smuggling of brandy, wines, etc., into, 171, 321, 371, 413.

Solicitors, Queen's, salaries, 262.

See also

Carmichael, W.

Dalrymple, Sir D.

Kennedy, T.

Stewart, Sir J.

Statute Books. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

stipends of vacant parishes belonging to the Crown, to be applied to charitable uses, 480.

taxes, Auditors of, 173.

teinds, formerly belonging to the bishops, tacks or leases of, 480.

fines and compositions of, account of, required, 186.

grant out of, 186, 187.

rate of, 480.

Thistle, Order of. See Thistle.

Treasurer's Remembrancer. See ScotlandExchequer Court.

Treasury, Keeper of. See Stephens, J.

Lords of, 65, 74, 171, 469, 480.

necessaries for, 83.

Trumpeters (F. Marine, D. Thompson, James Yetts, John Yetts), salaries, 262, 265.

Union with. See Union.

Universities, vacant bursaries in, filling of, 480.

Vice Admiral of. See Wemyss, Earl of.

Wardrobe:

Clerk of, salary, 263. See also Baird, J.

Master of, salary, 263. See also Auchmuty, J.

underkeepers of, salaries, 263. See also Lesly, A.;

Morrison, R.

warrants relating to, method of passing, 64.

weights and measures, differences between English and Scots, 41415.

standard sample, 352.

wines in. See ScotlandFrench wines.

Works, Masters of, salaries, 263. See also Campbell, J.;

Urquhart, J.

Clerk of the Stores to, salary, 263. See also Murray, W.

Scott (Scot), , Customs officer, seizure by, 437.

-, Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch, annuity of, 129, 279.

-, Francis, signature of lands in Horsehill in favour of, 187.

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

-, Nicholas, payment to, for bringing tigers from Chatham to the Tower, 146.

-, Thomas, of London, merchant, petition of, Customs seizure, 75;

payment to, 142.

Scougall, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

Screens, 320.

Scrope, John, Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland, attending the Treasury, 11, 33;

salary and additional salary of, 38, 135, 267.

Scudamore, Sir Barnabas, Customs collector of Liverpool, 212.

Seabrook, Thomas, a moneyer of the Mint, return from Edinburgh, 103.

Seafield, Earl of. See Ogilvie, James.

Seaford, co. Sussex, man of war off, rescued from enemy ships by boats from the shore, 167.

Seals, Chief Engraver of. See Roos, J.

engraving of, payments for, 72, 449.

leaden, for the Post Office, 259.

new, in consequence of the Union, schedule of, 73. See also Scotland.

Searchers. See Customs.

Seaton. See Seton.

Seawell, Joseph, petition for new lease of messuage belonging to the Savoy Hospital, 90.

Secan, Evan, tutor to relations of the Czar of Muscovy, 44.

Secret Service, issues for, 3, 8, 11, 18, 23, 25, 31, 34, 36, 74, 78, 81, 125, 140, 154, 173, 181, 232, 235, 249, 254, 289, 303, 324, 361, 383, 397, 416, 439, 475, 476.

money, pensions out of, 491, 492.

Secretaries of State, Principal, letters, etc., from Holland and Flanders for, delivery of, 44.

new signets, etc., for, in consequence of the Union, 73.

See also

Boyle, Henry.

Douglas, James, Duke of Queensberry and Dover.

Spencer, Charles, Earl of Sunderland.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

Sefton, John, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 204.

Sellers, Thomas, housebreaker, arrest of, 313.

Semple, Samuel, minister of the Gospel, employed by the Assembly to write an Ecclesiastical History of the Christian Religion in Scotland, royal bounty for, 203.

Sempstress. See George, Prince of Denmark.

Senior, Nathaniel, prosecution of, for forgeries, 74.

Serjeant, John, outpensioner of Chelsea Hospital, 204.

Serjeants-at-Arms (T. Charnock, T. D. Crittz, D. Gardner, M. Hutton, J. Lawson, S. Powell, P. Ryley, J. Templer, T. Turst, E. Williamson), fees and board wages, 224.

salary, 282, 304.

attending the House of Commons. See Wybergh, T.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

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

Seton (Seaton) of Auchmedden, William, signature of lands of Auden et al. in favour of, 187.

-, of Pitmedden, William, junior, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.

Sewall, William, appointed tidesman in London port, 332.

Sewell, , Customs officer, sent to instruct officers in Scotland, 59.

-, Joseph, collector of Carlisle and Milford, transferred to Chester, 212.

Seymour, Charles, Duke of Somerset, letter from, 355.

lodgings of, at Kensington, repairs to, 450.

Master of the Horse, 236;

account, 260;

issue to, 289.

mourning for the use of, 231.

-, Sir Edward, money taken up by, for service of William III on his landing, 442.

Rangership, etc., of Bagshot Park assigned to, 150.

Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, auditing fees, 307;

expense of passing, petition of his administrators for, 450.

-, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, a Lady of the Bedchamber, salary, 52, 391.

-, Henry, Clerk of the Hanaper, account of, 164.

-, -, See Portman.

-, [William], major general, regiment of marines of, paying and clearing of companies in, 106.

-, William, colonel, regiment of, ensign in, half pay for, 122.

Seys, Mathew, collector of Swansea port, 332.

Shadwell, Dr., payment to, for attending Prince George of Denmark, 250.

Shagreen, used for cases for seals, 73.

Shakerlay, , letter to, concerning the exportation and price of corn, 176;

his friendly advertisement of the Lord Treasurer, 176.

Shales, Charles, goldsmith, stay of process against on his father's accounts, 82, 261.

-, [John], Commissary General of Provisions in Ireland, accounts of, 82, 261.

Shannon, Lord. See Boyle, Richard.

Shannon, Nathaniel, appointment as collector and surveyor of Customs at Piscataqua, 2556;

revoked, 345.

Naval Officer at Boston, 255, 345.

Sharp (Sharpe), Sir William, of Stoney Hill, pension of, 291.

-, William, Sub-Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, dismissed, 429.

Sharpfleet Creek. See Medway.

Sharrock, Thomas, appointed tidesman in Liverpool port, 79.

Sheels. See Scheels.

Sheerness, co. Kent, Navy yard at, sale of decayed stores in, 49.

ships sunk for a breakwater, at, 49.

Sheffield, Matthew, payment to, for tinfoil, 143.

Shelborne, Baroness of. See Cunningham, Mary.

Shelford, co. Nottingham, manor of, fee farm rent for, 210.

Shells (ordnance), 157, 158.

Shepherd (Shepard, Shephard, Shepheard, Sheppard), Anthony, Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, 236.

-, John, Customs boatman at Wilcove, 138.

-, -, footman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

-, Samuel, et al., merchants of London, petition of, for leave to export biscuit to Malaga, 368, 380, 402;

prosecution of, for payment of bills of exchange, 41516.

Sheppey. See Sydney, Henry.

Sherborne, co. Gloucester, manor of, 296.

Sheriffs, accounts, debts on, 97, 245, 418;

surplusages on, payment of, 50, 97, 2446, 258, 260, 278, 2912, 313, 322, 418.

poundage of, 237. See also Ireland;

Scotland.

Sherlock, Thomas, Master of the Temple, salary, 418.

Sherman, John, payment to, for bread for Gibraltar garrison, 159.

Sherrer, , payments to, for poor Palatines, 226.

-, John, appointed landwaiter at Portsmouth, 212.

Sherwood Forest:

Bothamsall (Bothemsal), alias Normanton sheepwalk, 273.

Butterworth Haggs, 273.

charges of, 273.

deer in, 2734.

dotard trees in, felling of, 273.

keepers of, wages of, 273.

park in, deer to be stocked in, 2734.

grant of licence to the Duke of Newcastle to make, 176, 202, 2724;

allowance payable under, 25, 2734, 319.

keepers in, wages of, 273.

lodges, houses, barns, etc., to be built in, 2734.

pale of, riding to be cut across Birkland Wood for supplying timber for, 2734, 317, 370.

Rangership of, 2734.

Shetland (Zetland), Islands of, Dutch ships in, burnt by the French in 1703, 196.

Germans trading to, 196.

Justices of the Peace of, representation of, 1956.

low state of trade in, 196.

Shields, co. Northumberland, Customs boatmen at, 41.

Shipman, John, Commissioner for taking subscriptions for enlarging the capital stock of the Bank, 180.

Shippins, co. York, lease of tithes in, 257.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING:

Admiralty passes:

stopping of ships bound for the Mediterranean, etc., without, directions for, 127;

doubt as to Customs Commissioners' powers for, 132, 145.

to Spain, restrictions on ships holding, 127.

converted to the public use, petition for payment, 62.

convoys, 13, 157, 158, 305.

French, Duty on. See CustomsDuties.

laden with corn, embargo on, 427.

privateers (letters of mart men), 305, 356.

infesting the coast of Scotland, 132.

islands off Ireland laid waste to prevent support being given to, 58, 478.

prisoners taken by, ransom demanded for, 421.

prizes taken by, 2, 67.

Quarantine, 357.

airing of goods, 465.

danger of infection from, 445, 460.

difficulties as to, 460.

directions concerning special articles, 358, 366, 459, 461.

goods exempted, 459.

places for the, appointment of, negotiations for the hire of, etc., 366, 382, 393, 411, 417, 445, 449, 460.

directions for, 318, 350, 362, 370.

duration of, 366, 416.

exemptions from. See (below) releases.

Navy ships performing, 425.

officer appointed to assist in. See Hunt, .

places for the performance of, appointment of, etc., 358, 360, 411, 41718.

purifying of goods, proposal for, 439.

releases and exemptions from, 350, 41617, 425, 441, 461.

petitions for, 401, 410, 4367, 441, 458, 459, 465, 477, 482.

ships performing, boarded by a press-gang, 463.

masters to make oath as to health of crew before being discharged, 410.

provisioning of, 369, 424.

ships having contact with, to perform quarantine, 410.

taken by the French, 302, 356, 416, 453.

wrecks, 49, 79.

goods saved from, 82, 214, 285;

Duties on, 146, 162.

grant of all wrecks in the West Indies between 6 and 36 N., 236;

Inspector of. See Collins, G.

petition for grant of, 745.

See also:

Customsboats.

Lighthouses.

Navy.

Prizes.

Transports.

Names of Ships

Abigail, transport, 355, 357.

Adria and Peace (Pace), of Venice, 193, 201.

Adventure, ketch, of Dartmouth, 153.

Amazon, prize, 75.

Ann, of Newcastle, 420.

Ann and Mary, 62.

Anne, 416.

Antelope, H.M.S., 75.

Antelope, 284.

Ashfat, 425, 459.

Beginning, 459.

Bourbon, French man of war, 372.

Charity, 437.

Charles III, 158.

Chatham, prize, 49.

Child's Play, prize, 236.

Diligence, packet boat, 176.

Diligence, tug, 49.

Dover, H.M.S., 75.

Eagle and Crown, 284.

Edinburgh, H.M.S., 49.

Employment, transport, 356, 357.

Encouragement, transport, 293.

Endeavour, of Memel, 459.

Enterprize, H.M.S., 179, 188.

Experience, 285.

Falcon, man of war, 167.

Fortune, of Libau, 459.

Fox, H.M.S., 463.

Fubs, yacht, 146.

Gabriell Sebastian, 284.

Gibraltar, 159.

Glasgow, man of war, 132.

Greenhill, Customs yacht, 372, 467.

Hastings, H.M.S., 61.

Hazardous, wreck, 49.

Helena (Hellena), of Denmark, 421, 424, 458.

Henrietta, yacht, 420.

Henry, 351.

Industry, of Leith, 91, 272.

Isabella, yacht, 139.

Isle of Wight, yacht, 49.

Jean D'Grace, prize, 193.

Jolly, 144.

Judith, of Venice, 224, 243.

Justice, of Middleburg, 82.

Katherine, transport, 305.

Katherine, yacht, 420.

King David, 32, 420, 427.

King David, hired transport, 453.

Lady Miserecordia, prize, 424.

La Joyeuse, of Dieppe, prize, 62.

Lancaster, man of war, 146.

Le Firme, 142.

L'Esperance, prize, 285.

Litchfield, prize, 49.

Maria, of Knigsberg, 84.

Marlborough, packet boat, 356.

Marquis de la Bretack (Marquee de la Brelack), prize, 240, 256.

Mary, galley, H.M.S., 458.

Monk, H.M.S., 358.

Nassau, H.M.S., wreck, 49.

Neptune, privateer, 447.

Newark, H.M.S., 85, 424.

Newcastle, H.M.S., 193.

Nottingham, prize, 49.

Owner's Goodwill, hoy, H.M.S., 49.

Panther, 160.

Panther, H.M.S., 425.

Paramour pink, H.M.S., 49.

Parfait, prize, 75.

Pascavallia, brigantine, 56.

Pellican, prize, 447.

Peregrine, galley, 420.

Peter Francis, of St. Malo, 74, 100.

Plymouth, H.M.S., 61.

Prince Charles, 441.

Providence, 489.

Purveyour, 417.

Queen of Heaven, prize, 424.

Rakeings, H.M.S., 49.

Rising Sun, 380, 402.

Robert, 284.

Robert, French prize, 358.

Rochester, East India Company's ship, 78.

Royal Anne galley, H.M.S., 466.

St. Ann, 369.

St. George, H.M.S., 85.

St. Jacob, 351.

St. James, of St. Malo, prize, 43, 61.

St. John Baptist, prize, 2, 61, 67.

St. Peter, of Sleswick, 152, 195.

Salisbury, H.M.S., 61.

Sta. Brigita, 477.

Saragh galley, 82.

Sheerness, man of war, 132.

Society, merchantman, 420.

Southampton, galley, 90.

Southwell, privateer, prize, 420.

Speedwell, 441.

Success, hulk, 49.

Tartar, pink, 236.

Tauro, Spanish galleon, 256.

Teneriffe, galley, 42.

Three Crowns, 351.

Tilbury, H.M.S., 44.

Torbay, H.M.S., 85.

Triumph, H.M.S., 85.

Ufro (Ufra) Christiana, of Riga, 436, 461.

Unicorn, 75, 142.

Unity, of Gafle, 459, 482.

Valentine, of Newcastle, 420.

Vulcan, fireship, 49.

White Ochain, H.M.S., 49.

White Swan, 369, 416.

William and Martha, 459.

Worcester, 3, 15, 75, 100, 151, 194.

Shipton, Thomas, Customs collector at Whitby, arrears of, 443.

Shipwright, 98.

Shore, John, musician to Prince George of Denmark, 223;

pension for, 299.

Shoreditch, Richard, one of the Agents for Taxes, salary, 53, 144, 242, 387.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, port of, Customs boatmen in, 88, 144.

collector, waiter and searcher of. See Aldersey, A.;

Jones, J.

Short, John, appointed General Inspector and Adjuster of damaged tobacco and wines at Leith and Port Glasgow, etc., 59.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, fleet of, Agent for Prizes on board, 56.

funeral of, coffin, hearse, etc., payment for, 107.

Earl Marshal's men attending, 108.

fees for interment, 108.

heraldry paintings for, 108.

monument of, erected in Westminster Abbey, payment for, 108.

orders by, 56.

orders to, 340.

Shrimpton, [John], major general, orders given by, 201, 256;

at Almanza, 359, 424.

Shropshire, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, fee of, 109.

Receiver General of assessments. See Hosier, G.

Shurley, John, chief boatman in Newcastle port, 332.

Shute, James, tidesman in Liverpool port, 412.

Sibourg. See Sybourg.

SICK AND WOUNDED AND PRISONERS OF WAR:

accountant at Cadiz, 237.

accounts, auditing fees, 306, 308.

Agents for, at Falmouth, 257.

at Jamaica. See Gyde, T.

bills of exchange drawn for, issues for, 5, 17, 27, 87, 269, 311, 415, 469.

Commissioners for, 17, 184, 198, 242, 243, 257, 311, 397.

attend the Treasury, 7, 22, 23, 24.

directions to, concerning interest on Exchequer Bills, 218.

late (T. Addison, D. Elder, C. Kirkby, A. Sheppard, J. Welwood), accounts, 23, 2367;

fees for passing, 184.

Commissioners at Plymouth, advance to, 237.

Hospitals in the ports, tradesmen furnishing, payment to, 17.

undertakers for, payments to, 2423.

incidents, issue for, 269.

necessaries, issue for, 17.

Office, salaries, contingencies and necessary expenses of, issues for, 17, 2389.

Prisoners of War, exchange of, 1589, 229, 233.

British, in France, Spain and Portugal, 68, 158, 201, 288, 333, 359, 3634, 424, 446, 486.

bounty to, on engaging for service at sea, 237.

debts in quarters, 229, 379, 404.

fund for the maintenance of, account of, required, 233.

subsistence of, 2567.

account of money issued for, required, 233.

issues, etc., for, 23, 70, 104, 158, 211, 229, 270, 316, 354, 379, 404.

French and Spanish:

goods of, seized, 301.

subsistence of, issues, etc., for, 10, 17, 137, 158, 238, 469, 479.

transpotation, charges, 158, 160;

contractor for. See Pearce, John.

quarters for sick and wounded seamen in the ports, debts of, account of, required, 130.

issues for, 10, 24, 137, 2389.

quarters, cure and conduct money for sick and wounded soldiers, 126, 257, 259.

Treasurer of (T. Savery), accounts, auditing fees, 184.

payments to, 10, 27, 87, 137, 23840, 242, 259, 269, 295, 311, 415, 469.

See also Povey, R.

Sidney. See Sydney.

Signet, Clerk of, 46, 49, 68, 81, 106, 132, 157, 173, 189, 203, 205, 208, 220, 225, 237, 238, 272, 282, 289, 291, 292, 303, 365, 390, 405, 407, 413, 428, 435, 436, 442, 454, 462, 474, 480;

Office, 225.

Silver, price of, 73.

Silver, Thomas, Master Gunner of England, salary, 280.

Silvermines, [co. Tipperary], barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

Silvius (Sylvius), Dame Ann, royal bounty for, 25, 238, 250.

Simcockx, Richard, Groom Farrier to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

-, Robert, Harrier to the Stud of Prince George of Denmark, 223.

Simpson, David, Keeper of the Library in Holyrood House, salary, 263, 267.

-, Mary, pension in Scotland for, 470.

Sinclair, J., Justice of Peace for Shetland, 195.

-, John, tidewaiter at Eyemouth, 163.

-, of Stevenson, Sir Robert, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.

-, Robert, appointed Receiver General and Cashier of Excise in Scotland, 106.

Sinking Funds. See Deficiencies Acts.

Sisterson (Sisterton), Robert, surgeon at Tynemouth, payment to, for Company of Invalids, 2434, 333;

petition of, 171.

Skepwith, Thomas, lessee of lands in Walton, 374.

Skiddies Castle, used as a storehouse of Cork, rent of, 116.

Skinner, Thomas, reward for carrying letters to the Admiralty, 167.

Slane, Lord. See Fleming, Christopher.

Sleswick, Sleswyk, ship from, 195.

Sleyman, Edward, footman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

Sligo, county of, collector of. See Griffith, Thomas;

Governor of. See Blaney, Lord William.

Sligo, co. Sligo, barracks in, maintenance of, 120.

fort, 382.

Governor of. See Blaney, Lord William.

Slingerlandt (Slingerland), , Secretary to the Council of the States General, certificates of, 334, 405.

Sloan (Slone), Dr. Hans, payment to, for attending Prince George of Denmark, 250;

et al., lease of the manor of Sherborne, 296.

Smallwood, John, of Liverpool, merchant, Customs debt of, 134;

surety for collector of Liverpool port, 134.

Smedley, James, coachman to Prince George of Denmark, 222.

Smethurst, , agent to Sir John Crew, 129.

Smethyn. See Smithin.

Smith, , captain, commanding the Panther, 160.

-, -, Queen's Proctor, payment to, 284.

-, Ann. See Grant, Ann.

-, Edmund, Customs collector of Chester, transferred to Liverpool, 212.

-, Henry, proposal of, for improving Customs revenue, 250.

-, -, sheriff of co. Rutland, payment to, 245.

-, Hercules, Customs collector at Montrose, 321.

-, J., Deputy Auditor of Imprests, report of, 284.

-, James, Agent for Prizes in the Mediterranean, payment to, 55.

-, -, demented minister, pension in Scotland for, 473.

-, John, an agent and trustee for recovering the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444.

-, -, Baron of the Exchequer Court in Scotland, salary, 38, 135, 231.

Chief Baron of the Exchequer Court in Scotland, allowance, 2312;

letter to, 232.

-, -, of Bideford, merchant, Customs debt of, estate seized for, lease to his executors, 55, 147.

-, -, burgess of the Cannon-gate at Edinburgh, 461.

-, -, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 137 passim.

administrator of the personal estate of Prince George of Denmark, 220.

allowance in lieu of relinquished perquisites, 233, 383, 474.

reports by, 286, 308.

-, -, a Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, fees of, 53, 280, 322, 390.

-, -, of Yarmouth, merchant, payment to, on malt debentures, 196.

-, -, et al., payments to, for arresting burglars, 291.

-, -, payment to, for making a collection of statutes relating to high treason, 253.

-, Mark, reformed officer, half pay for, 122.

-, Mary Elizabeth, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 312.

-, Nathaniel, appointed Comptroller of Weymouth, 467.

-, -, senior, Comptroller of Poole port, petition for collector's place, 256.

-, -, junior, and the comptrollership of Poole port, 256.

-, Raymond de, et al., petition of, for payment of Transport Bills, 453.

-, Thomas, Customs watchman at Bristol, 162.

-, -, housekeeper of the House of Commons, payment to, 362.

-, -, senior, tidesman in Bristol port, 212.

-, -, junior, tidesman in Bristol port, 138.

-, William, Customs collector at Rochester, arrears of, 443.

-, -, hautboy to Prince George of Denmark, 223;

pension for, 299.

-, -, housekeeper of the Justice Court in Scotland, salary 266.

-, -, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, payments to, 52, 235.

-, -, Pursuivant in Scotland, death of, 265, 389;

salary, 265.

-, -, tidesman in London port, appointed tidesurveyor, 170.

Smithin (Smethyn), Samuel, Queen's Goldsmith, payments to, 77, 192, 310, 463.

Smollet of Bonhill, Sir James, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.

Smuggling, 79, 171, 321, 371, 372, 413, 414, 462.

Snowdon, Thomas, of Hartlepool, merchant, imprisoned for Salt Duties frauds, 125, 194, 240;

released, 1556.

Soames (Soams), , colonel, regiment of, ensign in, 289. See also Watkins, Colonel.

Soissons, Countess of, mourning for, 339.

Solicitor General, 463, 474.

attending the Treasury, 5, 1315, 18, 20, 28, 29.

clerks of, fees of, for Commission of Trade business, 34, 440.

fees of, for Commission of Trade business, allowance in lieu of, 34, 440.

matters referred to, 18, 145, 170, 185, 192, 202, 302, 303, 370, 437.

opinions, reports, etc., 23, 30, 145, 161, 167, 171.

differing from those of the Attorney General, 7, 113.

payment for, 409.

retaining fee paid to, 285.

warrants to, 77, 108, 163, 176, 189, 191, 204, 208, 209, 213, 225, 234, 247, 292, 347, 348, 352, 367, 422, 444.

See also Montagu, Sir J.

Sollers, Edmund, surety for distributor of stamped paper, co. Berks, petition, 72;

proceedings against, stayed, 152.

Sols, exchange equivalence of, 2, 7, 22, 25, 28, 92, 178, 216, 251, 334, 385, 404.

Solway Firth, 371.

Somerfield, , messenger of the Excise Office, 366.

Somers, John, Lord Somers, President of the Privy Council, allowance in lieu of diet and bounty for, 280;

appointment, 280.

-, See also Summers.

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

Receiver General of assessments, debt of, 54;

See also Dixon, G.;

Hutchins, B.;

Malet, B.

sheriff of. See Fraunceis, W.

Somerset, Duchess of. See Seymour, Elizabeth.

Somerset, Duke of. See Seymour, Charles.

Somerset Herald. See Stebbing, Samuel.

Sorrel, Francis, royal bounty for, 452.

Sousa, Pedro de, Marquis Das Minas, present to, 274.

Souta. See Ceuta.

South, John, a Commissioner of the Revenue and of the Excise in Ireland, 2778, 452.

South Bere. See Bere.

South Carolina. See Carolina.

South Green. See Kirton in Lindsey.

South Park. See Hampton CourtBushey Park.

South Road Wood, co. Kent, 422.

Southale, Edward, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 277.

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

Receiver General of assessments. See Austen, Thomas.

Southampton, co. Southampton, prisoners of war at, 10, 137.

port, boatmen in, 467.

collector of, 180.

customers of, 373.

surveyors in, 41.

tidesmen and weighing porter in, 138.

Southbere. See Bere.

Southbury, Milford Port, waiter and searcher at, 41.

Southwark, co. Surrey, brewer of, 233;

Receiver General of assessments. See Weston, John.

Southwell, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of the Revenue and of the Excise in Ireland, 2778, 452.

-, [William], colonel, regiment of. See Harrison, [T.].

Southwold, co. Suffolk, 212;

Customs collector at. See Eveliga, J.;

Kettilby, S.

Sowray, Dr. Richard, lessee of the manor and chapter of Beverley, 131, 466.

Spain, 335, 336, 339.

Army in. See Army.

corn conveyed to France by way of, 127, 380.

King of, Charles III (his Catholic Majesty), 340.

and the Count de Gosseau, 127.

coaches and horses of, freight of, 160.

Council of his Revenue, Councillor of. See Ravizza, Baron P. de.

Court of, maintenance of, payment for, 159.

Resident or Secretary at. See Craggs, J.

debt due from, offer to recover after the peace, 1712;

state of, required, 1712.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Methuen, J.;

Methuen, P.;

Stanhope, J.

letters from, 87.

Muster Master General of, 159.

Paymaster to. See Martin, T.

payment to, 159.

Plenipotentiary of, 159;

at Lisbon. See Cienfuegos, A.

powder presented by the King of Portugal to, 160.

regiments and troops of, 127, 166.

clothing and arming, 124, 155, 159.

pay and subsistence of, 159, 160, 166, 200, 437, 441.

subsidies and loans to, 124;

issues, etc., for, 127, 160, 166, 440.

voyage of, to Catalonia, 159.

prisoners of war in, 211.

Queen of, at Milan, 339.

ships to, passes for, 127.

wines imported from, 145, 2523, 381.

woollen manufactures exports to, encouragement of, 127. See also Spanish.

Spalding, co. Lincoln, lease of lands in, 431.

Spanheim, Ezechiel Frechen Von, Minister from the King of Prussia, memorial of, concerning the importation of wines, 192;

receipt signed by, 405.

Spanish, dollars, 3423.

galleon, 256.

pistoles. See Pistoles.

prisoners. See Sick and Wounded and Prisoners of War.

regiments. See ArmyCatalonia;

ArmySpain;

Spain, King of.

Secretary to Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Morocco, 340.

Speke, Hugh, 468.

-, Mary, wife of Hugh, royal bounty for, 468.

Spelman, Benjamin, surety for S. Pacey, 361, 368.

Spence, James, chaplain for Jamaica, passage money for, 69.

Spencer, Ann, Countess of Sunderland, Lady of the Bedchamber, salary, 52, 391.

-, Charles, 4th Earl of Sunderland, Principal Secretary of State, 125, 130, 190, 339, 343.

allowing ambassadorial extraordinaries, 3357, 33943, 461.

issues to, for secret service, 74, 181, 232, 361, 397, 476.

letters from, 94, 128, 213, 370, 371, 439, 466, 477.

letters to, 42, 94, 167.

Office of, stationery for, 320.

patent fee of, 481.

salary, 51, 155, 180, 242, 393, 481.

-, Robert, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, Chamberlain of the Household to William III, plate delivered to, executors discharged from, 205.

Spirits. See ExciseDuties, on Low Wines.

Spour, Peter, landwaiter at Appledore, 412.

Sprague, William, appointed tidesman at Plymouth, 412.

Springet, Anthony, Receiver General of assessments for part of Sussex, 49, 53.

Springnall, John, rewarded for arrests of highway robbers and burglars, 50.

Spruce yarn, 366.

Squire, Hugh, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, assignee of the office of Comptroller of the Petty Customs, London port, petition of, 440.

Stables. See George, Prince of Denmark;

Royal Mews and Stables.

Stade, Stadt, ships from, suspected of the plague, 358.

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

Receiver General of assessments. See Bailey, S.

sheriff of. See Wood, J.

Stag Hounds. See George, Prince of DenmarkBuck Hounds.

Staines, co. Middlesex, Bridge, 177.

Stair, Earl of. See Dalrymple, John.

Stamford, Earl of. See Grey, Thomas.

STAMP DUTIES (stamped paper, parchment and vellum, as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 21, 89 Wm. III, c. 20, 9 Wm. III, c. 25, 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 2), 403.

accounts:

Accountant and Comptroller General of (W. Ashurst, R. Pauling), 3067.

appointment, 367.

clerks of, 367.

salary, 367.

auditing of, 3067;

fees for, 3067, 309(2).

bonds, parcels of useless, cancelled, 447.

collector of, loss by, in returning money, 194.

Commissioners of, 80, 246, 261, 3067.

attend the Treasury, 23.

memorial of, 254, 447.

petitions referred to, 72, 106, 177, 246, 272.

reports of, 152, 316.

warrants to, 152, 210, 254, 316, 447.

damaged parchment and paper, etc., cancelled, 447.

debts for, compounded, account of, required, 80.

dies for stamps, warrant for new, 447.

distributors of, accounts, 307.

in arrear, proceedings against, 272, 31617.

sureties for, proceedings against, 72, 106, 152, 177, 2467.

engraving of a new sixpenny stamp, 143.

Office, incidents bills, 143, 254, 358.

salary bills, 143, 241, 490. tinfoil for, 143.

officers of, assessments on, refunded, 254.

overplus of duties granted by 89 Wm. III, c. 20, application of, 393.

payments for, 275.

prices of stamped parchment and paper, table of, approved, 261.

receipts from, for distribution to the Deficient Funds, 46, 76, 99, 136, 164, 199, 242, 287, 319, 369, 395, 426, 457.

weekly certificates of, 367.

Receiver General, 367;

directions to, concerning Exchequer Bills, 14.

stampers, appointed, 210, 246.

Standfleet Creek. See Medway.

Standgate Creek. See Medway.

Standish, 210.

Stands, 317, 320, 381, 386, 488.

Stanhope, , colonel, regiment of, reformed officers of, half pay for, 122.

-, Mrs., bed for, in her sickness, payment for, 108.

-, James, major general:

[Commander in Chief of the Forces in Spain], 283, 312, 331.

letters, etc., from, mentioned, 878, 211, 246, 296, 331.

letters, etc., to, 296;

mentioned, 32, 135, 343, 354, 438.

employment of, after a peace, 172.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Charles III, King of Spain, extraordinaries, 458;

ordinary, 276, 327.

Stanier (Stanyer), Samuel or Sir Samuel, Agent and trustee for the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 444, 445.

Stanley, Sir John, letter to, on a Royal Household matter, 89.

-, Richard, chairman to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

Stanley Creek, 424.

Stannaries, 440.

Lord Warden of, 416;

attending the Treasury, 2;

letter to, 426.

Stansted, co. Essex, and Hockerill, Queen's private road between, 236.

Stanways, John (Thomas), riding officer at Walmer, 332.

Stanwix, . colonel, proposal of, for transporting recruits to Portugal, 97.

foot regiment of, in Portugal, offreckonings, 198;

subsistence, 93, 323, 379.

Stanyan, Abraham, Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, extraordinaries, 209;

ordinary, 276, 327.

Stanyer. See Stanier.

Staremberg, Count, commander of the Imperial Troops in Catalonia, 166;

regiment of, transported from Italy to Catalonia, 92.

State Paper Office, Keeper of. See Tucker, John.

States General:

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See

Churchill, J., Duke of Marlborough.

Townshend, C., Viscount Townshend.

Council of, Secretary to. See Slingerlandt, .

Customs certificates issued by, form of, 3645.

Envoy Extraordinary from. See Vryberg, .

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Cadogan, W.

repayments due from, 158.

Treasurer to. See Ellemet, van.

Treaties with, 406.

troops in the service of, 189, 207, 2278, 239, 329, 378, 380, 405, 454.

See also Dutch;

Holland.

Steadman (Stedman), , captain in Brigadier Z. Tiffin's regiment, half pay for, 122.

-, Edward, ensign in Sir M. Bridge's regiment, half pay for, 122.

Stebbing, Samuel, Somerset Herald, fee of, 281.

Stedman. See Steadman.

Stedwell, John, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 223, 299.

Steel, Richard, Gentleman Waiter to Prince George of Denmark, 222, 298.

Steill, James, Herald in Scotland, salary, 265.

Stenhouse, Henry, of Inverkeithing schoolmaster, murdered by the Master of Burleigh, 255.

Stephens (Stephen, Stevens), , issue to, 161.

-, -, Comptroller of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, 429.

-, Besso [Bessie], pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

-, Henry, Deputy Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, fees of, 70;

reports by, 422, 428.

-, James (John), Deputy Usher of the Exchequer Court in Scotland, allowances, 83, 135, 232, 264, 268;

perquisites of, lost by the Union, compensation for, 83, 264.

Keeper of the Exchequer Court, Council Chamber and Treasury in Scotland, 83.

son of, interest of, in his father's Office, 232.

-, John, royal bounty for, 161;

pension of, 161.

-, -, See also Stevens, James.

-, Peter, coachmaker, bond of, 317.

-, Robert, Messenger of the Press, salary and allowances, 61.

Sterne, Francis, appointed to receive arrears of house duties in Essex, petition of, 240.

Stert, Arthur, of Lisbon, merchant, tin sold to, 142.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stevenson, co. Haddington. See Sinclair, Sir Robert.

Stevenson, Hans, captain in Lord Charlemont's regiment, half pay for, 122.

Steward, Gilbert, to attend the Treasury, 18.

Stewart (Stuart), Alexander, lieutenant colonel of Colonel T. St. John's regiment, half pay for, 122.

-, Archibald, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 471.

-, Daniel, Receiver General of the Bullion in Scotland, executors of, debt due from, 163, 183.

-, of Blairhall, Dougall, a Lord of Session in Scotland, salary, 265, 268.

-, Edward, of Newbury, surety for a distributor of stamped vellum, petition of, 106.

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

-, F., a Justice of Peace for Shetland, 195.

-, Gilbert, of Edinburgh, merchant, issue to, for payment of allowances for salt imported into Scotland before the Union, 175;

prosecution of, smuggled wines, 171.

-, Sir James, Lord Advocate of Scotland, opinion of, 195;

pension for, 291;

salary, 265.

Solicitor of Scotland, salary, 266.

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

-, of Tillicoultry, Sir Robert, a Lord of Session in Scotland, 389;

dismission of, 265, 268;

salary, 265, 268.

-, Simeon, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, 83, 291.

-, -, lord of the manor of Worldham, claimant to Binswood in Woolmer and Alice Holt Forest, 361.

-, William, Lord Mountjoy, regiment of, agent to. See Mann, .

captain in, petition of, 424.

embarkation charges of, 158.

for Ireland, 213, 270.

offreckonings, 198.

pay of, 213.

reformed officer of, half pay for, 122.

subsistence in Spain for, 270.

-, -, Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, Scotland, salary, 38, 135, 263, 267.

-, [William], lieutenant general, regiment of, in Ireland, clothing for, 334.

Stivers. See Guilders.

Stockholm, 482.

chaplain at, 3412.

goods from, airing of, 445.

not infected by the plague, 445.

Queen's Commissary at. See Jackson, R.

ships from, 416.

Stockings. See Guernsey;

Jersey.

Stockton, co. Durham, Customs collector at. See Brabant, Sir H.;

Brabant, H.;

Dowthwayte, W.

Stone, Thomas, engraver, payment to, 176.

Stonehaven, Stonehay, co. Kincardine, brandy smuggling at, 321.

Stoner, Daniel, grant of lands in the French quarter of Basse Terre, St. Christopher, 411, 476, 490.

Stoney Hill. See Sharpe, Sir W.

Stools and forms, 231, 381.

Storax liquida, entered as storax calamita, petition for refund of difference in duty, 442.

Storms, violent, 203;

the great storm [of Nov. 26, 1703], 104, 409.

Strachan, John, captain, pension in Scotland for, 469.

Straiton, Marion, pension in Scotland for, 473.

Straits, The, 300.

Strangford, co. Down, customer and searcher of, salaries, 117.

Stratford-Langthorne, Stratton Langton, co. Essex, lease of tenements in, 374.

Strath Earn, co. Perth, Chamberlain of. See Primrose, Archibald, Earl of Rosebery.

Strathnaver, Lord. See Sutherland, William.

Stratton Langton. See Stratford-Langthorne.

Strickland, William, a Chief Commissioner and Governor of the Revenue in Ireland, 2778, 452.

Stringer, Moses, chemist, petition for lease of mines in Merionethshire, 62.

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

Strode, Sidney, et al., petition of, concerning land taken into Plymouth port, 127.

Strother, Margaret, royal bounty for, 148, 468.

Struther. See Anstruther.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Studholme, Michael, Keeper (Surveyor) of the Queen's Private Roads and Conductor or Guide of her royal person in all her progresses, 261.

accounts of, 411.

directions to, 295, 303.

patent fee and riding charges of, 241, 358.

payments to, 12, 24, 145, 236.

Studmaster. See Marshall, R.

Sturt, Anthony, Cashier of the Victualling, accounts, 302.

Styles, Ely, tidesman at Bristol, appointed chief boatman and tidesurveyor, 162.

Subsidies to Allies. See Allies.

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

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

Customs officers in, 212.

Duke of Bedford's estate in, 140.

escheated lands in, lease of, 373.

Receiver General of assessments. See Barnardiston, P.;

Lynch, W.;

Pacey, S.

Receiver General of duties on houses and marriages, 250, 304. See also Nash, H.

Vice Admiral of. See Fitz Roy, Charles, Duke of Grafton.

Sugar, Duty on. See CustomsDuties;

Muscovado, price of, 430.

Suhm, Burchard, pensioner of Prince George of Denmark, 312.

Summers, Henry, of London, merchant, lands of, in co. Huntingdon, 458.

-, Henry, Jeffrey, John, Joseph, Nathan and William, petition of, 458.

-, See also Somers.

Sunderland, co. Durham, Customs boatmen at, 41;

port, Deputy Comptroller of, 467.

Sunderland, Countess of. See Spencer, Ann.

Sunderland, Earl of. See Spencer, Charles;

Spencer, Robert.

Surgeons, 159, 243, 244, 257, 259. See also Army.

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

forfeited estate in, 433.

Receiver General of assessments, 363. See also Weston, J.

Receiver General of Duty on Houses, 173.

sheriff of. See Dewye, J.

surveyors of Duty on Houses. See Birchet, R.;

Tisbery, W.

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

coast of, riding officers on.

superannuated, 105;

ships wrecked on, 82, 146.

forfeited estates in, 433, 490.

Receivers General of assessments. See Dee, J.;

Dee, W.;

Springet, A.

taxes in, memorial concerning, 453.

Sutherland, Countess of, allowance in respect of tenements in Holyrood House, 263, 266.

Sutherland, James, Lord Duffus, single and life rent escheat of, 187.

-, James, Keeper of the Physic Garden in Scotland, salary, 263, 267.

-, Kenneth, gift of his father's single and life rent escheat, 187.

-, of Mislowie, William, gift of usury in favour of, 187.

-, William, Lord Strathnaver, regiment of, subsistence for, 166, 379.

Sutton, , regiment of, subsistence for, 379.

-, David, captain in Bragidier Macartney's regiment, 243.

Suz. See Morocco.

Swaine, William, Customs boatman at Newhaven, removed to Shoreham, 88, 144.

-, See also Swaynes.

Swale, Sir Solomon, bart., petition of, referred to Law Officers, 170.

Swallow, William, housebreaker, reward for arrest of, 313.

Swan, Samuel, Customs collector at Roanoke, 143, 144.

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, port, collector of. See Gwynn, W.;

Mann, J.;

Seys, M.

Swaynes, Amy, daughter of Robert, annuity on life of, 96.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert, annuity on life of, 96.

-, Robert, annuity orders of, lost, 96.

-, See also Swaine.

Sweden, and Russia, war between, 364.

King of, Army of, volunteer in. See Jeffreys, J.

Envoy from, letter from, 84.

Envoy Extraordinary from. See Leyoncrona, .

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Robinson, John.

letters, etc., to, postage on, 344.

ships from, 441;

performing quarantine, 369, 401, 459;

permitted to unload corn, 370.

Sweet, , Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Flanders, allowances, 409.

bills drawn by, 30, 31, 270.

clerks of, allowances, 409.

directions to, concerning the drawing of bills, 223, 2267.

letters to, 89, 97, 174.

Sweet wines, Duty on. See ExciseDuties.

Swettenham, Edmund, sheriff of co. Chester, 244.

Swift, Richard, charges of, in attending prosecutions of collectors of taxes for Bromley, 52.

Swiney, Owen, payment to, for a box at the theatre in the Haymarket, 420.

Swinley Rails. See Windsor Forest.

Swinton of Alva, Sir John, a Commissioner for the Equivalent, 234.

Switzerland (Swiss Cantons), 289.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, A.

French Ambassador in, 289.

Sybourg (Sibourg), [Frdric], colonel, expenses of, at Alicante, 211.

regiment of foot of, in Spain, offreckonings, 198;

subsistence, 205.

-, Charles, brigadier, Major of Brigade of, pay of, 248;

pay of, 248.

Sydney (Sidney) of Sheppey, Viscount. See Sydney, Henry.

Sydney, Henry, Viscount Sydney of Sheppey and Earl of Romney, High Steward and Bailiff of the manor of East Greenwich, 318.

and the recovery of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 4445.

executor of. See Sydney, John, Earl of Leicester.

-, John, Earl of Leicester, executor of the Earl of Romney, discharged from the Crown's share of the debt due from the Crown of Portugal, 445.

Sylvius. See Silvius.

Symes, L'Estrange, Comptroller of the Revels, fee of, 277.

Symonds, Thomas, Customs place in Plymouth for, 372;

appointed tidesman and boatman at Bideford, 412.

Syred, James, riding surveyor, appointed collector at Aldborough, 40.