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A

A. B., letter signed, 552.

Abercromby (Abercrombie, Abercromie, Abercromy), Alexander, captain, attending the Treasury, 46, 47, 48; petition for grant of an estate, 48, 196, 395, 579, 584, 587.

Abergavenny (Bergavenny), Lord. See Nevill, George.

Aberdeen:
-, customs establishment, 409.
-, baker in, 587.
-, estate claimed by, 196, 579, 587.
-, magistrates of, memorial of, 48.
-, ship of, 293.

Aberdeenshire, Surveyor of duties on windows for. See Martin of Burntbray, R.

Abingdon, co. Berks., 323.

Abjuration, Oath of (as by Act 1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 21), forfeiture of the bishop of Raphoe for refusing to take, 429.

Abney, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Rutland, 446.

Abraham (Abrahams), _, seizure of foreign coin entrusted to, 154, 311.

Abuses and frauds, anonymous informations of, 83, 588.

And see

Brace, _.

Brewers.

Customs.

Dalzel, R.

Dean Forest.

Debentures.

Lawson, G.

Lustring Company.

Meyers, _.

Navy (bakers).

Privateers.

Salt duties.

Savage, P.

Scotland (Customs).

Taxes, Receivers of.

Trade.

Wade, _.

Wilkinson, J.

Wines.

Accountants, defaulting, Exchequer process against, 46.

Accounts, state of, general certificate of, 46; of Land Tax, general method of keeping, suggested, 503, 602.
-, - See also Imprests, Public services.

Adams, John, lieutenant, in charge of prisoners of war at Bayonne, payment to, 221.
-, -, Robert, petitioner, 584.
-, -, Samuel, recommended for a collector's place in Ireland, 302.

Adamson, Anthony, master of the Henrietta, pink of Whitby, 430.

Addison, Joseph, Keeper of Records in Birmingham Tower, Dublin Castle, salary, 120, 185.
-, -, Thomas, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, petitioner, 552, 584, 603.

Additional Impositions. See Customs—duties (Impositions).

Additional subsidies, duty on foreign corn trebled by, 159; and see Customs duties (tonnage and poundage).

Admiralty:
-, agent. See Bingham, M.
-, Board (Commissioners or Lords of the Admiralty).
-, applications to, for protection from impressment, 73, 459; for shipment of tin, 44.
-, and convoys, for corn from Ireland, 159; to Lisbon, 9.
-, letter from, mentioned, 546.
-, matters referred to, 164, 363, 454, 466, 504, 594.
-, and Navy accounts, 552.
-, orders of, 117, 463.
-, report from, 594.
-, reward for Sir W. Read proposed by, 466.
-, and ships conveying tin to Hamburg, 585.
-, sums for Sick and Wounded ordered by, 153.
-, Droits. See Admiralty—
-, Rights, Salvage.
-, Lord High Admiral and Greenwich Hospital accounts, 256.
-, orders of, 257, 564.
-, procurator general to, 214.
-, his share of the Vigo booty, 289.
-, sums for Sick and Wounded ordered by, payment of, 153.
-, tenths and perquisites of, 286, 389; in Newfoundland, agent for, 230.
-, See also George, Prince of Denmark; Herbert T., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.
-, officers, taxes on salaries, refunded, 301.
-, Perquisites. See Admiralty—Rights.
-, Receiver General of Prizes in, remittances from Newfoundland to, 230.
-, Rights and Perquisites (Droits) of.
-, annual payment to earl of Pembroke out of, 198.
-, application for recompense for services re, 463.
-, Comptroller of, warrant to, 238; and see Warters, John.
-, money arising from, method of disposing of, 463.
-, payments out of, 569, 589.
-, Receivers of. See Crawley, R.; Dodd, J.
-, Salvage money and other droits, Receiver of. See Crawley, R.
-, Secretary to. See Burchett, J.
-, Tenths and Perquisites, agent for, in Newfoundland. See Cumming, A.

Admiralty Court, and see Cinque Ports.
-, cases, 164, 265; dismissed, 31.
-, council chamber, keeper of, payment to, 214.
-, crier of, payment to, 213.
-, judges of. See Forbes, Sir R.; Graham, _; Hedges, Sir C.
-, marshal of, payment to, 213.
-, messenger (T. Beake), payment to, 214.
-, pirates' effects condemned in, 389.
-, postage and stamps for, payment for, 214.
-, procurator general in. See Admiralty—Lord High Admiral.
-, Scotland. See Scotland.
-, ships condemned in, 212; sentences to be delivered to Customs officers, 119. Cp. Prizes, Court of Appeals of.

Admiralty of Amsterdam. See Amsterdam.

African Company. See Royal African Company.

Agents. See Ambassadors.
-, -, regimental. See Army—Regiments.

Ague, 492.

Aids. See Assessments.

Aire, France, surrender of, 537.

Aire, Scotland. See Ayr.

Akerman, Stephen, captain, a Commissioner of Transportation, deceased, 281, 282.

Alais, Isaac d', British representative at the Court of Hanover, his daily allowance, 115.

Alamodes. See Customs--duties (Impositions).

Albany, New York.
-, for of, 268.
-, Indian sachems (chiefs) from and returning to, 18, 280, 317, 551.
-, and Schenectady, falls on the river Mohawk between, 148.
-, Six Nations of Indians in, 341, 456; missionary to, 277.

Albert (Alber), Fletcher, brother of Thomas, misapplication of public money by, 548; Royal Africa Company's bonds bought by, 558.
-, -, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Worcester and Worcestershire.
-, debt of, 18, 83.
-, Exchequer process against, 83, 584.
-, Extent against Royal Africa Company obtained by, 558.
-, letter in behalf of, 584, 595.
-, petition of, 548, 603.
-, superseded, 256.

Alcantara, Spain, siege of, arms lost at, 161.

Alcorn, Alexander, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Aldeburgh (Aldeburg), co. Suffolk, collection of customs at, petition for removal of, to Orford, 222; collector of. See Newby, _.

Aldersey, Robert, water engine maker at Hampton Court, petition of 584.

Aldey, _, major, certificate by, 129.

Aldner. See Oldner.

Aldred, John, his composition money as a security of S. Pacey, 268.

Aldrich, Edward, an underkeeper of New Park, Richmond, salary, 362.

Ale. See Beer.

Alen. See Allen.

Alexander, _, master of the Elizabeth of Aberdeen, 293.
-, -, _, lieutenant colonel, certificate by, 129.
-, -, Francis, petition of, 598.
-, -, Francis, colonel, taken prisoner at the battle of Almanza, payment to, 208.
-, -, John, watchman, London port, dismissed, 320.
-, -, William, copying clerk in the Custom House, 82, 454.

Alford, Daniel, payment to, 209.
-, -, Joseph, payment to, 209.

Algiers, agent and consul at. See Cole, R.

Alicante, Spain.
-, bills of exchange drawn from, 211.
-, council of war at, 164.
-, embargo on ships at, 164, 454 merchants' losses during, 537.
-, passage to Valencia from, 363.
-, siege of, 454.

Alien duty. See Customs—duties.

Alienation Office (Office of Compositions for Alienations).
-, Clerk of the Compositions (clerk engrosser for engrossing writs of covenant and entry), fee of, 318; and see Halfpenny, B.; Newcomen, T.
-, commissioners in, matter referred to, 239; and see Saunderson, J.; deputy to, see Ewers, I.
-, Receiver General of the revenues from fines of alienations. See Orrery, Earl of.

Alix, Magdalen, pension for, 127.
-, -, Mary, pension for, 127.

Allan. See Allen.

Allanson, William, Treasurer's Remembrancer of the Exchequer court, Scotland, additional salary, 129.

Allards, George, master and worker of the mint at Edinburgh, deceased 343.

Allen (Alen, Allan), _, regiment of. See Moore, T.
-, -, _, major, contingent warrant for expenses, 207.
-, -, _, captain, merchant, permit to reduce brandy to proof, 251.
-, -, Francis, appointed tidewaiter at Dundee, 216.
-, -, Henry, payment to, 488.
-, -, James, major, commissary of provisions for the army in Spain, pay, 210; prisoner of war in France, 210.
-, -, John, lands of, custodiam lease of, 396.
-, -, John, appointed tidesman in the superior list, London port, 492.
-, -, Thomas, colonel, contingent warrant for carriage and disbursements, 206.
-, -, Sir Thomas, admiral of the Fleet, pension, 268.
-, -, William, his demand on G. Palmes for annuity arrears, 303.

Allen alias Anguish, Sir Richard, bart.
-, cannot raise money on his estate, 342.
-, customer and collector of Great Yarmouth, 318; patent surrendered, 275.
-, petition for stay of process, 342, 564.
-, security of S. Pacey, 342.

Allies (Confederates, Foreign Princes). officer in the service of, 115, 328.
-, subsidies:
-, issues, payments, remittances, 24, 25, 98, 112.
-, anno 1703, 237.
-, anno 1709 (order for 553, 845l. 14s. 4d.), 176, 295, 296.
-, anno 1710 (order for 567, 845l. 14s. 4d.), 141, 143, 195, 202, 210, 225, 245, 260, 272, 284, 285, 291, 331, 374, 416.
-, exchange transactions involved in, 38, and see remittances.
-, exchequer fees on, 210.
-, state of, required by the Treasury, 97.
-, treaties and conventions for, 280; estimates for supply based on, 109.
-, undisposed funds, 38, 42; account of, required, 428, 429; scheme for, 19.

See also

Brunswick and Luneburg, Duke of.

Cologne, Elector of.

Denmark, King of.

Elector Palatine.

Hanover, Elector of.

Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of.

Holstein Gottorp, Duke of.

Munster, Bishop of.

Portugal, King of.

Poland, King of.

Prussia, King of.

Savoy, Duke of.

Savoy, Prince of.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of.

Treves, Elector of.

United Provinces.

Waleff, Monsieur.

Wolfenbuttle, Dukes of.

Alloa, co. Clackmannan, riding officers at, 306.

Almanaria. See Almenara.

Almanza, Spain, battle of, 332, 356 555.
-, arms lost at, replacement of, 161.
-, officers killed and wounded at, 196, 252, 259.
-, prisoners of war taken at.
-, See Prisoners of War.
-, regiments at, memorial re, 512; raised or completed after, 92, 155, 441; remaining in Spain after, 109; taken prisoners of war.
-, See Prisoners of war.

Almenara (Almanaria), Catalonia, battle of, 424.

Almoner. See Lord Almoner.

Alms, daily, issue for, 359; and see Poor.

Almsmen in St. Stephen's Hospital, Westminster, petitioners, 329.

Alnmouth (Aylmouth), co. Northumberland, 441.

Alveston (Alston), co. Warwick, Theddington alias Tidington Farm in, lease of, 323.

Ambassadors (Envoys, Residents, Agents, Consuls, &c.).
-, chapel necessaries for, 542.
-, cloth of state for, 542.
-, commission paid to, for negotiating loans, 349, 350.
-, debt due to, and the Queen, 590.
-, departure of, certificate of, 467.
-, Extraordinaries, 22, 93, 106, 201, 294, 307, 351, 371, 390, 393, 422, 585, 594.
-, audience fees, 393.
-, carriage of goods, 535.
-, duties on foreign plate, 493.
-, equipage, 313, 355, 363, 369, 391, 468, 502, 554, 559; field, 317.
-, expresses, 532, 533, 534.
-, gazettes and printed papers, 184.
-, gifts to seamen, soldiers, widows, &c., 536.
-, house rent. See below lodging.
-, incidents, 184, 422.
-, intelligence, 184, 393, 422, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536.
-, journeys, travelling, 351, 393, 493, 532, 535, 536.
-, lodgings and house rent, 535.
-, mourning, 393, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536.
-, New Year's gifts, 534, 536.
-, packet boats, 536.
-, postage, 184, 351, 422, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536.
-, printing, 422.
-, stationery, 184, 351, 393, 422, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536.
-, foreign:
-, affront to, reparation for, 240.
-, presents to, 240, 367, 414(2), 493.
-, widows of, presents to, 343.
-, wife of, present to, 240.
-, goods of, customs examination of, 303, 304.
-, ordinaries, 295, 300, 313, 333, 355, 363, 369, 371, 391, 401, 467, 468, 502, 530, 531, 543, 544, 558, 559; of Envoy, 393; of Plenipotentiary, 393.
-, payments to, without account, 357.
-, plate for, 542.
-, privileges of, Act [7 Anne, c. 12] re, embellishment of an exemplification of, 438, 468.
-, from England to.
-, Algiers (Agent and Consul). See Cole, R. Brunswick Luneburg (Envoy Extraordinary). See Cresset, J.; Pooley, [E.].
-, Brussels (Secretary). See Laws, J.
-, Charles III, King of Spain (Resident). See Craggs, J.
-, Denmark (Envoy Extraordinary), 195; and see Poulteney, D.
-, Fez, Morocco, Taffilette and Suze, Emperor of (Envoy Extraordinary or Plenipotentiary). See Delaval, G.
-, Frankfort (Secretary). See Davenant, H.
-, Geneva (employed in her Majesty's affairs). See Dayrolle, J.; (Resident). See Darziliers, J. P.
-, Genoa (Resident). See Chetwynd, W.
-, Germany, Emperor of. (Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Meadows, Sir P., junr.
-, Grisons, Republic of the. (Secretary). See Manning, F.
-, Hague, The (Charge d'affaires and Resident). See Dayrolle, J.; (Plenipotentiary). See Townsend, viscount.
-, Hamburg (Resident). See Wyche, J.
-, Hanover (Envoy Extraordinary). See Cresset, J.; Howe, E.S. (Representative). See Alais, Isaac d'.
-, Lisbon. (Consul). See Milner, J.; (Secretary). See Lefevre, T.
-, Morocco. See above Fez.
-, Poland (Envoy Extraordinary). See Stair, Earl of.
-, Portugal (Envoy Extraordinary). See Delaval, G.; Methuen, P.; (Plenipotentiary). See Delaval, G.; (Secretary to the Embassy). See Lefevre, T.
-, Prussia (Ambassador Extraordinary). See Raby, Lord.
-, Russia (Ambassador Extraordinary and Envoy Extraordinary). See Whitworth, C.
-, Savoy (Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary). See Chetwynd, J.; Palmes, W.
-, States General (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Marlborough, Duke of; Townshend, Viscount; (Envoy Extraordinary). See Stanhope, A.; (Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Cadogan, W.
-, Suze. See above Fez.
-, Sweden (Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary). See Robinson, J.; (Resident). See Jackson, R.; Jefferyes, J.
-, Switzerland (Swiss Cantons) (Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary). See Stanyan, A.
-, Taffilette. See above Fez.
-, Treaty of a General Peace (Secretary to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Walpole, H.
-, Tripoli (Agent and Consul General). See Lodington, B.
-, Tunis (Consul). See Clutterbuck, J.; Goddard, _.
-, Turin (Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary). See Chetwynd, J.
-, Tuscany (Envoy Extraordinary). See Blackwell, Sir L.; Molesworth, J.; Newton, H.
-, Venice (Secretary). See Cole, C.
-, Vienna. See Peterborough, Earl of.
-, to England from:
-, Denmark (Envoy Extraordinary). See Rosenkrantz, I. E.
-, Germany (Resident and Secretary). See Hoffman, J. P.
-, Guastalla, Duke of (Envoy Extraordinary). See Paleotti, Marchese di.
-, Hanover (Envoy Extraordinary). See Schuütz.
-, Holstein Gottorp (Envoy Extraordinary). See Berner.
-, Indian Nations; 250.
-, Mecklenberg, Duke of (Envoy Extraordinary). See Sande, J. von.
-, Morocco, Emperor of. See Elwood, P.; Guzman, E.; Morocco.
-, Poland (Resident). See Kirchner, K. C.
-, Portugal (Ambassador). See Cunha, B. J. da.
-, Russia (Ambassador). See Artamonovic.
-, Saxony, Elector of (Resident). See Kirchner, K. C.
-, Spain, king of (Envoy). See Sormannus, F.; (Minister), 52, 602.
-, States General (Envoy Extraordinary). See Vryberg.
-, Sweden (Envoy Extraordinary). See Leijoncrona, C.; (Minister). See Gyllenborg, C.
-, Wolfenbuttle, Duke of (Envoy Extraordinary). See Hagen, B. von.

Amble Panns, co. Northumberland, waiter and searcher at, 441.

Ambrose, Lawrence, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments) and Duties on Houses, co. Berks, 138, 323, 500; petition for extraordinary charges, 552.

America:
-, the French in, 276.
-, post stages (posts) in, 233, 241.
-, Surveyor General of woods in. See Bridger, J.
-, trade to. See Trade.

See also

Albany.

Antigura.

Barbados.

Bermudas.

Brazil.

Canada.

Caribbee Islands.

Carolina.

Connecticut.

East Jersey.

Jamaica.

Leeward Islands.

Maryland.

Mussachusetts Bay.

Nevis.

New England.

New Hampshire.

New York.

Newfoundland.

Pennsylvania.

Rhode Island.

St. Christopher.

Virginia.

West Indies.

American tar, importation and quality of, 148.

Amsterdam, 494.
-, Admiralty of, secretary of. See Wildt, H. de.
-, forces from, transported to Ireland, 12.
-, foreign coins for, seizure of, 154, 311.
-, letters of credit, 53.
-, remittances by bills of exchange, 36, 42, 85, 96, 97, 105, 110, 210, 358, 459, 470, 495, 502, 520, 550.
-, ship of, 49.
-, tin for, exportation of, 44.

Anderson, Mr., proposal by, 564.
-, -, Anthony, deputy clerk of the Pipe, certificate by, 454.
-, -, Edward, riding surveyor, removed from Newcastle to Newbiggin, 441.
-, -, James, quartermaster in Count Nassau's dragoons, taken prisoner at Almanza, 4, 210; payment to, 4, 210; restoration to his post, 4, petition for, 564.
-, -, James, his work on the charters, seals, coins and medals of Scotland, 21, 298, 346.
-, -, John, arrested for riot, 376.
-, -, Oluff, master of the St. Peter of Gottenburg, 314, 335.

André, Renaud, petition re Lustring Company frauds, 602.

Andrews, Henry, court post, allowance, 513.
-, -, John, Receiver General of taxes, co. Warwick, deceased, petition of sureties, 463, 593.

Angier, Burrage, petition for a landwaiter's place, 564, 579, 603.

Anglesey, county of:
-, Chief Justice. See Hook, J.
-, House duties, Surveyor of. See Gwillim, T.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Casswell, J.
-, Second Justice. See Jessop, W.

Anglesey (Anglesea), Earl of. See Annesley, A. and J.

Anguish. See Allen.

Angus. See Forfarshire.

Anjou, Duke of, 328; army of, defeated at Almenara, 424, by Charles III of Spain, 465.

Anna Sophia, Electress and Duchess Dowager of Saxony, sister of George, Prince of Denmark, 519.

Annandale, co. Dumfries, window duties, Surveyor of. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Anne, Queen:
-, formal references. passim.
-, addresses to, 164, 169, 178 and note.
-, and the building of Blenheim, 476.
-, and chaplains and school-masters for the Plantations, 89, 470, 476.
-, commands the Treasury to get her out of debt, 36.
-, and the estate of George, Prince of Denmark, 519, 520.
-, granting of pensions. See Pensions.
-, at Hampton Court, 89, 95.
-, at Kensington, 36, 40, 45, 49, 52, 67, 83.
-, and Land Tax assessments on her servants, 443.
-, lease of park in Sherwood Forest to, 132.
-, linen for, 171.
-, painter in enamel to. See Boit, C.
-, picture of, 163, 417.
-, presents from, 120, 163, 184, 250, 342, 343, 367, 414(2), 465, 490(2), 493, 525.
-, release of French fishing boats ordered by, 443.
-, at St. James's, 106.
-, and the Sovereign Lords of the Canton of Berne, 249.
-, Treasury Board attending, 36, 40, 45, 49, 52, 67, 83, 106; day appointed for, 34.
-, treaties and conventions made by. See Treaties.
-, warrants signed by, 41, 45, 68, 84, 95, 107, 594.
-, at Windsor, 359.
-, wines imported for. See Customs-duties; (Queen's wines), Wines.

Annesley, Arthur, 5th Earl of Anglesey, Vice-Treasurer, Treasurer at War and Receiver General and Paymaster General of Ireland, appointment, 85, 471.
-, -, John, 4th Earl of Anglesey, Vice-Treasurer, Receiver General and Paymaster General of Ireland, appointment and fees, 370; death of, 471; fortnightly accounts of revenue required from, 440.

Annuitants. See Pensions.

Annuities:
-, (as by 4 and 5 Anne, c. 18, for settling and establishing a fund for payment of annuities to be sold for raising a further supply for the service of the year 1706), Office, issue for necessaries, 181.
-, (as by 6 Anne, c. 2, for continuing the duties on Low Wines, &c., and for settling and establishing a fund thereby, and by the application of certain overplus monies and otherwise for payment of annuities to be sold for raising a further supply for the service of the year 1707).
-, deficit on, application of Civil List revenue to meet, 130.
-, fund for paying 72, 187l. 10s. 0d., 130, 317; for paying 160,000l. per annum for the East India Company, 537.
-, Office, issue for necessaries, 181.
-, quarterly payments on, sums appropriated for, 218, 219, 317, 348, 537.
-, (as by 6 Anne, c. 39, for raising a further supply for the service of the year 1708 and other uses by sale of annuities charged on a fund not exceeding 40,000l. per annum &c.).
-, First Act, Office, issue for necessaries, 181.
-, Second Act, Office, issue for necessaries, 181.
-, (as by 8 Anne, c. 12, for granting new duties of Excise and upon several imported commodities and for establishing a yearly fund thereby and by other ways and means to raise 900,000l. by sale of annuities for the service of the year 1710).
-, contributions to, issues out of, 9, 10, 18, 20, 24, 25, 26, 32, 35, 45, 50, 98, 223, 225, 227. 231, 232, 242, 244, 246, 247, 263(2), 267, 271, 284, 326, 337, 340, 374, 413, 433, 505, 506.
-, discounts, order for, 26; 8 per cent. for prompt payment of purchase money, 242, 337, 413.
-, Office, issue for necessaries, 462.
-, allowance to Tally Court officers for striking tallies on, 318, 557.
-, Bankers, assigned or transferred, 304; lost order for, innovated, 403.
-, lost orders for, renewal of, 219, 403, 515, 516.
-, Old Annuity Office, necessaries for, 181.
-, Paymaster of. See Humble, Sir J.
-, for repairing Cobb Pier at Lyme Regis, 175.
-, Reversionary, money from, in the hands of Sir T. Littleton's executors, 7; tallies and orders on, 173, 496.
-, See also Bank of England, Beer, Excise, Lotteries, Tenths, Tin (farm of).

Anonymous letters, 582, 584, 588.

Anstis (Anstys, Aynstis, Aynstys), John, 594; issue to, for Rymers Fœdera, 68, 298, 456.
-, -, John, Receiver General of moneys arising by the sale of tin, 325, 326; attending the Treasury, 41, 42, 43, 87, 585; to prepare instructions for a general officer appointed to inspect tin Blowing Houses, 29.
-, -, William, memorial re interest on tin tallies, 603.

Anstruther, William, petition for a pension, 584.
-, -, Sir William, heretable master households and carver to the royal family in Scotland, petition for pension for loss of his office, 196.

Anthony, John, presents a paper of debts owing to M. Whitley, 87.

Antigua, chaplains for, 106, 526; lieutenant governor of. See Yeomans, J.

Antwerp:
-, boatmen of, payments to, 561.
-, conveyance of money for the army from, 7.
-, letter of credit for, 53.
-, remittances by bills of exchange on, 73, 96, 105, 110, 459, 495, 520, 550.

Apothecaries Company of London. See London.

Apothecary. See Queen's apothecary.

Apothecary General. See Teale, I.

Appleford, Richard, appointed a landcarriageman, London port, 205.

Appleyard, John, highwayman, apprehended, 471.

Apprentices, many bound at Norwich, 14.

Apprentices and clerks:
-, duty on (as by 8 Anne, c. 5, for laying certain duties upon candles and certain rates upon monies to be given with clerks and apprentices).
-, abstract of the Act, publication of, 252.
-, bill for charging 6d. and 12d. per pound, 194.
-, collectors of, instructions to, 252.
-, credit of 500,000l. granted by Parliament, loans and tallies on, 12, 427.
-, management of, Stamp Commissioners' scheme for, 12, 14, 216, 252, 564.
-, officers of, issue for salaries, 471.
-, pretensions of Mr. Olliffe re, 332.
-, put under the control of the Solicitor, 564.
-, Receiver General of, 553.
-, Register and Comptroller and Accomptant (Register of Indentures). See Montagu, J.
-, in Scotland, method of collecting, 252; Receiver General of, petition for office of, 288.

Aram, Arnold, customer of Gloucester port, deceased, 147.

Ardwick, Upper, near Manchester, co. Lancaster, house and lands in, custodiam lease of, 120.

Argyleshire, Surveyor of window duties for. See Renton of Inverary, W.

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, J.

Armaud, Lewis, his pension as ensign on the Irish establishment, 198; petition for half pay as lieutenant in Fonjulian's regiment, 198, 511, 564.

Armiger, _, security for. See Randall, I.

Arms, of George, Prince of Denmark, value of, 519; plate exported as, 132. See also Army.

Arms, Royal. See Royal Arms.

Armstrong, Robert, collector and surveyor of customs in New Hampshire, appointed deputy surveyor of woods, 123, 175.

Army:
-, Abroad:
-, See Army—
-, Bermuda.
-, Catalonia.
-, Flanders.
-, Gibraltar.
-, Italy.
-, Jamaica.
-, Leeward Islands.
-, New York.
-, Piedmont.
-, Portugal.
-, Portugal and Gibraltar
-, Spain.
-, Spain and Portugal.
-, West Indies.
-, Paymaster of. See Brydges, James; deputies to. See Cartwright, H.; Mead, J.; Morris, T; Sweet, B,
-, Accounts, 5, 6, 12, 16, 41, 44, 46, 96, 100, 102, 213, 247, 278, 346, 427, 429, 498, 514.
-, commissioners for stating, 379.
-, comptrollers of attend the Treasury. 98, 102, 103, 111, 112; upon summons only, 34.
-, clerks to, allowance, 182.
-, complain that muster rolls have not been returned, 193.
-, inspection of contingent warrants by, 206.
-, matters referred to, 27, 197, 266, 394, 434, 507, 512, 553, 584, 604.
-, office of, allowance for, 518.
-, reports by, 100, 102, 111, 112, 129, 524, 546, 565, 571, 599, 600.
-, Adjutant and Quartermaster General, pay of, 289.
-, aides-de-camp, 289, 396, 397, 497.
-, Allies. See Allies.
-, Apothecary General. See Teale, Isaac.
-, arms and accoutrements, 153, 381, 566.
-, charges and stoppages for, 23, 161, 197, 276, 566, 573; not made from privates for fear of mutiny, 487.
-, damaged and lost, 23, 161, 163, 180, 266.
-, first set of, given to regiments when raised, 276.
-, representation for a set of, 106.
-, unfit for service, issued by the Ordnance office, Ireland, 276.
-, Articles of War, distribution of, 327, 538.
-, artillery trains, 89, 199, 362, 379, 384, 434, 466; paymasters of. See Hubbald, W.; Stanyan, L.
-, barley for, 420.
-, battles and sieges. See Battles.
-, Bermuda, company in, subsistence for, 264.
-, Bothmar's regiment. See Army—Flanders.
-, bread for, 279, 375, 380, 420, 463, 482, 483, 580; scarcity of, 107, 165.
-, bread and bread waggons, 46, 134, 217, 223, 284.
-, accounts for, 12, 20.
-, advance money for, 12.
-, contractors for, payments to, during the late war, 379; petition of, 580; and see Medina; Pereira.
-, contracts for, execution of, 11.
-, losses upon, payment for, 172.
-, bread and forage, 242, 279, 337, 375; Parliamentary vote of 50,000l. for the extraordinary charge of, 482. See also Army—forage.
-, Brigadier, pay of, 9, 289, 497; additional, for Ireland, 266.
-, candles. See Army—fire and candles.
-, Captain General:
-, contingencies for the campaign of 1706 paid to, 279.
-, pay of, issue for, 177.
-, payments by warrants from, 280.
-, carabine belts, 229.
-, carriages, 7, 233, 296; contingent warrants for, 183, 206, 207. See also Army— mule carriages.
-, Catalan regiments. See Army—Spain.
-, Catalonia:
-, bills drawn for, 299, 358.
-, commissary general, 299, 358.
-, corn for, 299, 358.
-, deputy paymaster at Barcelona. See Mead, John.
-, German recruits for, 296.
-, hospitals, physician to. See Le Caan; surgeon's mates, pay for, 232, Imperial recruits for, 247.
-, issues, remittances, payments, 5, 6, 9, 18, 24, 40, 135, 136, 150, 166, 205, 220, 232, 271, 291, 325, 358, 498.
-, stopped and returned to England 18, 24, 477, 478.
-, warrants for, missing, 381.
-, regiments and troops:
-, British (subject troops):
-, Dragoons (four regiments), officers recruits and subsistence, 136, 209.
-, Foot (thirteen regiments), officers, recruits and subsistence, 136, 209.
-, Horse (one regiment), officers, recruits and subsistence, 136, 209.
-, remittance for, 325.
-, speedy transportation of, desired, 521.
-, Portuguese, 28.
-, General and Commissary of, 350.
-, subsistence for, 350.
-, chaplain. See Portsmouth— garrison.
-, chirurgeons, 289.
-, instruments for, 209.
-, pay of, 289.
-, clearings, 110, 112, 113, 176, 210, 358, 359, 419, 466, 523, 526, 527, 543, 544, 545; as provided by Act 7 Anne [c. 4, the Mutiny Act, clause 69], 129.
-, clothing, 4, 11, 12, 27, 180, 182, 207, 219, 227, 266, 278, 286, 287, 304, 353, 381.
-, Comptroller of Accounts and, 103.
-, contractors for (clothiers), and disposal of tallies, 604; petition of, 113, 464, 567.

See also

Cornish, _,

Dyamond, F.

Godfry, _.

colonel.

Peter, Mr.

Powell, R.

Scawen, Sir W.

Wallis, W.


-, contracts for, made after the Revolution in 1688, accounts of, 11, 12.
-, Commander in Chief, pay of, 289; and see Army— Portugal, Spain.
-, commissaries in Ireland. See Ireland—army.
-, commissaries of musters. See Army—musters.
-, commissary of provisions (stores), 4, 287, 433; and see Allen, J.; Medlicott, C.
-, commissary or commissary general of musters. See Army—musters.
-, commissary general in Catalonia. See Army—Catalonia. See Army—Catalonia; in Ireland. See Ireland—army.
-, Confederate Army in Flanders. See Army—Flanders.
-, contingencies, 142, 150, 162, 182, 189, 337, 374, 511, 592, 599; warrants for, 183, 206, 207.
-, contracts and contractors. See Army—bread and bread waggons, clothing, Flanders (bread, bread and bread waggons, forage, issues and remittances), forage.
-, corn for, 22, 108, 299, 339, 358.
-, Danish troops in. See Danish.
-, dead and wounded. See Prussian troops.
-, debentures, 373; Paymaster of, 373; proprietors of, petition of, 587.
-, debts of, not provided for by Parliament, Address of the House of Commons for, 164.
-, deputy commissaries. See Army—musters.
-, deputy judge advocate for Scotland, 261.
-, deputy paymasters, accounts of, 41, 427; and see Cartwright, H; Hill, R.; Mead, J.; Merrill, J.; Morris, T; Sweet, B.
-, deserters and desertions, 251.
-, Act of Parliament against See Army—mutiny.
-, Marshal Prison in the Savoy for, 301.
-, Portuguese, 109.
-, Scotland, 261.
-, disabled Officers. See Army —Officers
-, douceurs, 134, 279.
-, drugs and medicines for, 207, 209, 257.
-, Dutch guards, See Dutch.
-, effective men, 55, 463, 520.
-, Elector Palatine, troops of. See John William.
-, Elector of Treves, troops of. See Treves.
-, estimates for. See Army—Parliamentary supply.
-, exchequer bills for, loss by discounting, 104
-, exchequer fees, 209, 210, 211, 279, 359.
-, extraordinaries, 134, 136, 188, 279, 482; undisposed funds for, 42.
-, extraordinary charges of the war:
-, exceedings of, 107.
-, memorial re, 1, 3, 96.
-, method of calculating, for the estimates, 109.
-, not provided for by Parliament, 134, 135, 150 482.
-, Parliamentary supply for:
-, anno 1709 (301, 748l. 7s. 11¼d.), issues and payments, 172, 296.
-, anno 1710 (234, 974l. 10s. 10½d.), issues and payments, 3, 134, 135, 150, 153, 162, 185, 210, 211, 232, 233, 244, 245, 263, 285, 310, 330, 359, 444.
-, subsistence money not to be applied to, 7.
-, tallies and orders available for, account of, required, 429, 430.
-, fagots for, 561.
-, fire and candles, 177, 206, 455.
-, Five thousand men (marines) for Sea Service, regiments on the establishment of, issues for:
-, anno 1709:
-, clearings, 125, 177.
-, offreckonings, 125, 177.
-, subsistence, 177.
-, extraordinaries for forage, 125.
-, anno 1710:
-, clearings, 527, 545.
-, offreckonings, 527, 545.
-, subsistence, 185, 206, 264, 303, 340, 361, 421, 455, 466, 502, 518.
-, Flanders (Holland, Low Countries, Netherlands): accounts:
-, current, state of, 429.
-, for the year 1706, privy seal for, 16.
-, to be transmitted every fortnight, 41, 427.
-, Aides de Camp, pay of, 396, 397.
-, artillery trains, remittances and payments, 89, 379, 466.
-, Bothmar's Regiment of Dragoons:
-, Parliamentary supply for, anno 1710 (9,269l. 16s. 6d.), issues for pay, 3, 137, 188, 245, 267, 337, 374.
-, bread:
-, contract for, 463.
-, extraordinary charge for, 134; Parliamentary vote for, 482.
-, proportion paid by the States General for, 380.
-, bread and bread waggons, contractors for, losses of, 172; payments to, 134, 217; process against, 46.
-, carriages for, 296.
-, clearings (1709), memorial re, 112.
-, clothiers, memorial of, 567.
-, Confederate Army in (Confederates), officer for, 333; Saxon regiments joining, 338.
-, Danish troops, forage for, 134, 135, 296.
-, deputy paymasters, bills of exchange drawn by, issue for, 135.
-, And see Cartwright, H.; Hill, R.; Sweet, B.
-, extraordinaries, undisposed funds for, 42.
-, fagots, lost, 561.
-, flour wastage, 561.
-, forage:
-, contractors for, 502; process against, 46.
-, contracts, settlement of rates, 482.
-, extraordinary charge of, 97; Parliamentary vote for, 482.
-, issues and remittances, 97, 135, 296, 379, 502.
-, proportion paid by the States General, 380.
-, forage waggons, 134.
-, foreign gold for, seizure of, 328.
-, Forty thousand men: Parliamentary supply:
-, anno 1706, payments to foreign troops, 280.
-, anno 1709, (901,827l. 13s. 6d.):
-, general officers, pay, 176.
-, subject troops, clearings, 176.
-, anno 1710, (919,092l. 3s. 6d.):
-, bread and bread waggons, 223, 284.
-, clearings, 210, 359.
-, exceedings, 109.
-, exchequer fees, 210.
-, issues, 7, 9, 142, 187, 189, 210, 223, 266, 284, 326, 337, 374.
-, regiments and troops, British:
-, contingencies, 142, 189, 337, 374.
-, forage, 142, 189, 337, 374.
-, general officers, 142, 189, 337, 374.
-, subsistence, 142, 187, 266, 326, 337, 374.
-, waggon money, 142, 189, 337, 374.
-, regiments and troops, Foreign: contingencies, 189.
-, extraordinaries, 188.
-, forage (forage waggons) 7, 142, 189.
-, pay, 142, 182, 187, 189, 266, 267, 326, 337.
-, recruits, 7, 142.
-, waggon money, 7, 142, 189.
-, anno 1711 (919,092l. 3s. 6d.): issue, 557.
-, See also
-, Danes; Hanover and Zelle, troops of; Hessians; Prussians.
-, Four thousand six hundred and thirty nine Saxons:
-, Parliamentary supply, anno 1710 (43,251l. 12s. 6d.), issues for pay, 3, 137, 188, 245, 267, 337, 374.
-, General Officers. See below Officers.
-, Hanover troops, forage for, 135, 296.
-, horses, captured and lost, 561, 562.
-, hospitals, issues for, 134, 379.
-, issues and remittances, 2, 9, 17, 24, 26, 28, 32(2), 35, 83, 96, 97, 109, 113, 245, 452, 459, 495, 502, 504, 509, 550; contractors for remittances. See Hoare; Furnese; Janssen; Lambert.
-, loaves, lost, 561, 562.
-, Lieutenant General of. See Webb, J.
-, messenger from, 428.
-, muster rolls for, missing, 278.
-, Officers:
-, issue for, 2.
-, general, payments to, 379, 396, 397.
-, widows of, provision for, raised by voluntary contributions, 461.
-, Palatines:
-, One thousand three hundred Palatines, sent to Spain, 7, 188.
-, Three thousand Palatines:
-, Parliamentary supply anno 1710 (34,251l. 13s. 4d.), issues for pay, 188, 189, 245, 267, 337, 374.
-, pay deductions from, for Chelsea outpensioners, account of, required, 604.
-, Prussian troops. See Prussian.
-, recruits, 2, 105.
-, regiments and troops:
-, British (subject troops):
-, borne on the Establishment of Spain and Portugal, 338.
-, clearings of, memorial re, 113.
-, Foot, battalions of, payments to, for forage, 379.
-, Foot Guards, First and Second, battalion or detachment of, issues for subsistence, 146, 185, 206, 264, 303.
-, Guards, battalion of, issues for subsistence, 466, 518.
-, Horse and Dragoons, horses lost by, issue for, 2.
-, ordered to Ireland, 487.
-, paymasters of, and the conveyance of money from Antwerp, 7.
-, subsistence for, memorial re, 44, 105, 520; state of accounts, 429.
-, ten battalions, sent to the north of England at the time of the intended invasion, 163, 180, 318.
-, transportation charges, 16, 161, 318, 448.
-, Foreign:
-, bread for, 279.
-, contingencies, 279.
-, douceurs, 134, 279.
-, extraordinaries, 134, 279.
-, forage (forage money), 134.
-, horses lost by, in fighting or by distempers, moiety paid for replacing, 279.
-, pay, remittance for, 520; state of accounts, 429; without muster rolls, 278, 279.
-, payments to, for which royal warrants are missing, privy seal for allowing, 278.
-, recruits, 134, 279.
-, waggon money, 134, 279.
-, sacks for, lost, 561.
-, stages between Ostend and, settlement of, 226.
-, subsistence for, memorial for, 495.
-, Ten thousand Additional men:
-, bread and bread waggons, 223, 284.
-, clearings, 210.
-, Exchequer fees, 210.
-, Parliamentary supply for, anno 1709 and 1710 (177, 511l. 3s. 6d.), issues, 7, 176, 182, 187, 210, 223, 245, 267, 284, 296, 337, 374.
-, regiments and troops:
-, British (subject troops):
-, clearings, 176.
-, offreckonings, 296.
-, pay, 267.
-, subsistence, 187, 188, 337, 374.
-, Foreign:
-, extraordinaries, 188.
-, forage, 7, 188.
-, pay, 182, 188, 267, 337, 374.
-, recruits, 7, 188.
-, subsistence, 182.
-, waggon money, 7, 188.
-, Troops of augmentation: clearings, 210.
-, exchequer fees, 210.
-, extraordinaries, 136, 188.
-, forage contracts, 300.
-, General Officers, 176.
-, Parliamentary supply for:
-, anno 1709, savings on, payment out of, 2.
-, anno 1710 (220,000l.), issues, 3, 7, 136, 176, 188, 190, 202, 210, 267, 337, 338; conditional, 506.
-, pay, 136.
-, regiments and troops:
-, British, General Officers of, pay, 176.
-, Foreign, extraordinaries, 188; and see Elector Palatine; Treves, Elector of; Prussian troops; Saxon troops.
-, Twenty thousand men:
-, accounts anno 1706,
-, privy seal for, 280.
-, foreign troops on the Establishment of. See Danes; Elector Palatine; Hesse Cassell; Holstein Gottorp; Saxe Gotha; Waleff, Mons.
-, waggons for, lost and captured, 561, 562; rate of hire of, 561.
-, winter quarters, 134, 226, 502, 562.
-, flour for, 561.
-, forage for, 7, 97, 102, 107, 125, 134, 135, 142, 153, 188, 189, 202, 279, 296, 300, 337, 374, 375, 380, 436, 502, 518, 586.
-, allowance of three pence a horse, petition for, 165.
-, contracts for, 46, 91; settled by the Duke of Marlborough, 482.
-, contractors for, payments to, during the late war, 379. See also Campbell, John; Hudson, John; Pangaest, _.
-, rations, computation of number of, 482.
-, scarcity of, in Scotland, 165; in Spain, 107.
-, forage waggons, 134, 142.
-, foreign forces in, scheme for disposing of remainder of supply for, 19.
-, Forty thousand men. See Army—Flanders.
-, French Officers. See Ireland—Army (Officers).
-, French protestant battalions. See Army—Piedmont.
-, French regiment of dragoons. See Army—Spain (regiments).
-, garrisons, gunpowder expended by, in Spain, 434. See also Army—Guards and Garrisons.
-, general reduction of, 487.
-, German recruits, 296.
-, Gibraltar. See also Army—Portugal and Gibraltar.
-, bills drawn for, 136.
-, drugs and medicines, 257.
-, powder for, 434.
-, grain for, 561, 562.
-, Guards and Garrisons:
-, Captain General. See Army—Captain General.
-, clearings, 108, 111, 125, 147, 177, 361, 466, 526, 527, 545.
-, contingencies, 165, 177, 183; allowance for, exceeded in most years, 182.
-, deputy paymaster. See Merrill, J.
-, extraordinaries, 4, 153, 185, 206, 246, 263.
-, fire and candles, 177, 206, 455.
-, forage, 153.
-, garrisons, 177, 264.
-, fire and candles, 455.
-, governors of, copies of Mutiny Acts and Articles of war for, 327.
-, muster rolls, 361, 518.
-, pay, 102, 361, 455, 518.
-, General Officers. See below Officers.
-, Invalid Companies. See Army—Invalid Companies.
-, Officers:
-, disabled, 102, 518.
-, General, pay, 103, 177, 518; report by, 180.
-, pay, 518.
-, staff, pay, 103, 177, 501, 502, 518.
-, offreckonings, 108, 111, 125, 177, 527, 545.
-, Parliamentary supply for, scheme for disposing of remainder of, 19.
-, anno 1709, issues, 125, 177.
-, anno 1710 (543,775l. 18s. 6¾d.), issues, loans, payments, 29, 43, 54, 55, 97, 146, 205, 244, 245, 263, 264, 303, 340, 361, 421, 455, 466, 501, 518, 526, 545; completed, 427.
-, anno 1711 (600,000l.), imprest, issues, loans, 542, 551, 554, 557.
-, Paymaster of. See Howe, John.
-, pension on establishment, petition for, 569.
-, poundage and day's pay, deductions of, 361, 518.
-, pressing services, issues for, 424, 518.
-, recruits, 153.
-, salaries on the establishment, 258, 334.
-, savings on the establishment, payments out of, 182, 332.
-, subsistence, 22, 29, 30, 83, 102, 113, 146, 185, 205, 206, 263, 264, 303, 340, 361, 421, 455, 466, 501, 502, 518, 554; weekly supply for, 49.
-, half pay. See Army—Officers (en second).
-, Hanover troops. See Hanover.
-, Hanover and Zelle, troops of. See Hanover and Zelle.
-, Hessians (Hesse Cassel, troops of). See Hesse Cassel.
-, Holstein Gottorp, troops of. See Holstein Gottorp.
-, Holland. See Army-Flanders.
-, horses:
-, captured, 561.
-, forage allowance for, 165.
-, hire and purchase of, 9, 10, 210, 310.
-, lost, 2, 562; in fighting and by distempers, 279.
-, hospitals, 134, 232, 379. See also Chelsea Hospital.
-, Imperial forces and recruits, 109, 247, 517.
-, impressed men, bounty for, 211; regimental charges for, 425.
-, Invalid Companies (twelve).
-, clothing, 182.
-, great charge of maintaining, 182.
-, Parliamentary supply for:
-, anno 1709, issue to complete pay, 177.
-, anno 1710, issue for pay, 185, 264, 361.
-, Ireland. See Ireland.
-, Irish and Spanish regiments. See Army—Spain and Portugal.
-, Italy:
-, carriages, waggons, transports, &c., for, 233.
-, Duke of Savoy "doth not intend to command this year in person", 233.
-, Eight thousand men in, payment to the King of Prussia for, 336.
-, Imperial recruits from, sent to Catalonia, 247.
-, loan for, 249.
-, Palatines, three thousand additional (1706), payments to, 279.
-, Parliamentary supply for carriages, &c. (100,000l.), 233.
-, two regiments of horse of the Landgrave of Hesse, issues for, 336, 375.
-, Jamaica:
-, musters, 487
-, recruits for, wounded, 346.
-, regiments for and in, 487, 570.
-, Judge Advocate:
-, acting as a Commissary of Musters, 497.
-, deputy, for Scotland, 261.
-, pay of, 289, 497.
-, See also Byde, T.
-, Leeward Islands, regiment in, 100.
-, levy money, 25, 211, 296.
-, demand for greater allowance, 355.
-, rates of, 285; per man, 553.
-, Lisbon. See Lisbon.
-, loaves, lost, spoiled, sold, 561, 562.
-, Lord Advocate, office of, contingent disbursements, 183.
-, Low Countries. See Army—Flanders.
-, Major General, pay of, 289, 497.
-, majors, pay of, 12d. a day less in Ireland than in Great Britain and abroad, 314.
-, majors of brigade, pay of, 289, 498.
-, medicines. See Army—drugs.
-, mule carriages, 107.
-, muster master, matter referred to, 599; and see Ireland—Army.
-, Musters and Muster Rolls, 52, 53, 55, 108, 112, 487, 498.
-, complaint re, 193.
-, commissary or commissary general:
-, attending the Treasury, 51, 102.
-, deputy commissaries, six, in Ireland, 131.
-, directions to, 520.
-, Judge advocate to act as, 497.
-, letters to, 83, 463.
-, musters of recruits on board ship to be transmitted to, 525.
-, See also Crawford, [David].
-, defective, missing or short, 129, 266, 278, 279, 381, 464.
-, effective men only may be allowed on, 520, 598.
-, regulations for sending home, 183, 548.
-, of recruits on board ship, 525.
-, mutiny and desertion, Act 7 Anne, c. 4, clause 69, payment provided by, in absence of muster rolls, 129; Act 8 Anne, c. 6, distribution of copies of, 327; in Scotland, 261; Act [9 Anne, c. 9], copies of, ordered, 223.
-, Netherlands. See Army—Flanders.
-, New York:
-, four independent companies, clearings, 523.
-, muster rolls, 183.
-, non-effectives (non-effective pay), 498, 507, 520.
-, Officers:
-, and discount of Exchequer bills, 523.
-, and disposal of tallies, 604.
-, disabled, issues for, 102, 518.
-, en second, 474, 481, 504.
-, appointed to the expedition under Colonel Nicholson, 244.
-, establishment, 101.
-, on half pay:
-, establishment, 112, 155, 156.
-, issues for, 135, 211, 359.
-, petition in behalf of, 555.
-, pay of, issue for, 296.
-, petition of, 474, 605.
-, superseded, 155, 156, 244.
-, taken prisoners. See Prisoners of war.
-, Field, establishment of, for Farrington's regiment, 289.
-, General, 571.
-, attending Lord Shannon's expedition, establishment, 289.
-, clothing contract approved by, 464.
-, issues for, 103, 109, 142, 176, 189, 337, 374, 379, 396.
-, letters for, postage of, 533.
-, matters referred to, 304, 437.
-, pay of, 289; issue for, 518.
-, regimental establishments, 289, 290.
-, report by, 180.
-, half pay for. See above Officers en second.
-, in the French service, employed in Spain and Portugal, 394; proclamation for recalling, 196.
-, in the service of the Allies, 115, 328.
-, letters for, postage of, 534.
-, losses by, 566.
-, non-commissioned:
-, great number of, daily admitted to Chelsea Hospital, 332.
-, petition of, 332.
-, prisoners of war, issue for, 233.
-, on board H.M. Ships, 129.
-, pay of, issues for, 136, 209; deductions from, for Chelsea Hospital, 268; instructions re, 267.
-, prisoners of war. See Prisoners of war.
-, recruiting, 129, 150, 327; articles of war distributed to, 327; charges of, 425; expenses of, 10.
-, servants of, 108; allowed on muster rolls, 520.
-, Staff:
-, appointed to attend forces on board the fleet, 501, 502.
-, for Lord Shannon's expedition, 289.
-, pay of, issues for, 103, 501, 502, 518, 523.
-, regimental establishments, 289, 290.
-, widows of, bounty for, 437; provision for, raised by voluntary contributions, 461.
-, offreckonings, 27, 180, 219, 286, 304, 526, 527, 545.
-, ordnance stores for, 153.
-, Palatines in. See Army—Flanders, Italy.
-, Parliamentary supply for, estimates for, 107, 108, 109; exceedings of, 91, 97, 100, 107, 108, 109.
-, See also Army—
-, Extraordinary Charges of the war.
-, Flanders (4,639 Saxon, 40,000 men, Palatines, 10,000 additional men, Troops of Augmentation).
-, Guards and Garrisons.
-, Italy.
-, Spain.
-, Spain and Portugal.
-, pay:
-, deductions from, for Chelsea Hospital. See Army—poundage; for transportation, 161.
-, difference between, in Great Britain and Ireland, 271.
-, foreign troops, 44, 136, 137, 142, 176, 182, 187, 188, 189, 190, 202, 245, 266, 267, 326, 337, 338, 374.
-, Officers. See Army—Officers.
-, respited at the rate of 8d. per man, 251.
-, pay office, muster rolls returned to, 129.
-, Paymasters:
-, ancient fee of, 182.
-, Army abroad. See Brydges, James.
-, Army debentures, 373.
-, Artillery trains. See Hubbald, W.; Stanyan, L.
-, attendance at the Treasury by, day appointed for, 34.
-, Bank of England dare not issue more Exchequer Bills to, on account of high discounts, 46.
-, deputy. See Cartwright, H.; Hill, R.; Mead, J.; Merrill, J.; Morris, T.; Sweet, B.
-, General. See Fox, C.; Howe, J.; Jones, R., Earl of Ranelagh.
-, Guards and Garrisons. See Howe, J.
-, Ireland. See Harbord, W.
-, regimental, 7.
-, subsistence money may not be diverted to other uses by, 7.
-, pensions. See Pensions.
-, physicians, pay of, 289. See also Le Caan, Dr.; Lloyd, Dr. P.
-, Piedmont, French protestant battalions, recruits for, 378.
-, poor soldiers, ambassadorial aid for, 536.
-, Portugal:
-, accounts for, to be transmitted once in two months, 41.
-, barley for, 420.
-, bills drawn for, 225.
-, bread for, 420; contractors for, petition, 580.
-, clothing, 278.
-, Commander in Chief.
-, See Colyear, Sir D., Earl of Portmore.
-, commissary of provisions.
-, See Medlicott, C.
-, contingencies, 150.
-, corn for, undertakers for, object to method of payment, 108.
-, deputy commissaries. See below musters.
-, deputy paymaster at Lisbon. See Morris, T.
-, effective men, account of, required, 55; and see below musters.
-, general of. See Massue de Ruvigny, H. de, Earl of Galway; Schomberg, M., Duke of Schomberg and Leinster.
-, Lieutenant General of. See Boyle, R., Lord Shannon.
-, merchants providing provisions for, petition of, 420.
-, musters, muster rolls, 51, 52, 53, 102, 108, 498.
-, commissary of, directions to, 520.
-, deputy commissaries of, directions to, 55, 463; and see Bucknal, R.
-, effectives and officers' servants only to appear on, 463, 520.
-, must be taken exactly, 102.
-, non-effectives, account of, required, 498; pay of, applied to raising recruits, 520.
-, Officers en second, 474, 481, 504.
-, Officers' servants, 108; allowed on muster rolls, 520.
-, Officers and soldiers, prisoners of war, 105, 162, 163, 209, 232.
-, powder for, 434.
-, recruits for, raising of, 520.
-, regiments for and in, 358.
-, Agents of, 105.
-, Dragoons, five new raised regiments, 135.
-, drugs, medicines and chirurgeon's instruments for, 209.
-, from Ireland, 310.
-, new raised, 481.
-, Portuguese, six, formed into draggons, 504; Officers en second of, 504.
-, subsistence, 135, 209, 247, 481; to be issued according to musters, 520.
-, remittances for, Sir H.
-, Furness and, 43, 427; and see Morris, T.
-, straw for, 420.
-, subsistence. See above regiments.
-, Portugal and Gibraltar:
-, musters, 52.
-, Officers, 136, 209.
-, recruits, 136, 209, 358.
-, regiments:
-, dragoons, seven regiments, 136, 196.
-, foot, nine regiments, 136, 196, 209.
-, subsistence, 196, 209, 358.
-, See also Army—Spain and Portugal.
-, poundage and day's pay, deductions of, for Chelsea Hospital, 455, 466, 518; salary of Secretary at War paid out of, 495.
-, powder for, 434.
-, prisoners of war. See Prisoners of war.
-, Provost, 289.
-, Prussian troops. See Prussians.
-, Recruiting Acts (as by 7 Anne, c. 2; 8 Anne, c. 13; 9 Anne, c. 9):
-, advances made by Receivers General of Land Tax under, 5, 98, 150, 151, 153, 506.
-, account of, required by the House of Commons, 169.
-, refund of, 4, 5, 98, 150, 153, 506.
-, copies of, for the Secretary of the Admiralty and Secretary at War, 223, 538.
-, execution of, expense of, 10, 135.
-, commissioners for, 474; clerks attending, payment of, 474, 598.
-, volunteers and impressed men raised by, bounty for, 211.
-, Recruiting Officers. See Army—Officers.
-, recruits, 2, 7, 105, 134, 136, 142, 209, 279, 301, 378.
-, clothing for, 266.
-, coat and conduct money, 98.
-, issues for, 9, 150, 153, 506.
-, mustering of, before or upon embarkation, 108, 525.
-, regimental charges, 425, 573.
-, wounded, 345.
-, See also Army—German recruits, Imperial recruits.
-, Regiments and Troops:
-, Agents for, 600; and see Boyer, _; Carpenter, N.; Gardner, R.; Le Bass, _; Nodes, G.
-, disbanded (broken, discontinued), 259, 286, 287, 394, 425.
-, Dutch Guards. See Dutch Guards.
-, in Great Britain:
-, clearings, 466, 526, 527, 545.
-, offreckonings, 526, 527, 545.
-, poundage and day's pay deductions, 466.
-, subsistence, 39, 102, 177, 185, 205, 263, 264, 303, 361, 455, 466, 518.
-, on shipboard, deductions from pay, 161.
-, raised (new raised), 10, 92, 136, 155, 156, 180, 310, 358, 425, 441.
-, reduced, 10, 180, 287, 308, 487.
-, quartered in Corporations and county towns where elections are to be made, 82, 83, 461.
-, taken prisoners of war. See Prisoners of war (taken at the battle of Almanza).
-, Horse:
-, Dragoons:
-, French regiment of:
-, Agent of. See Le Bass.
-, clothing for, 286.
-, lieutenant colonel of.See Le Febreque, F.
-, reduced and broken, 287.
-, horses lost by, 2.
-, on shipboard, deduction from pay of, 161.
-, three regiments of, ordered to Scotland, 599.
-, English Horse in the Low Countries, horses lost by, 2.
-, Grenadiers, quilts and bolsters for, 462; 2nd troop, serjeant of, 237.
-, Guards, necessaries, 183; quilts and bolsters, 464; subsistence, 102.
-, 2nd troop, serjeant of, 13.
-, 4th troop, trumpeters and drummers, liveries, 547.
-, Queen's troop, silver trumpets, 395.
-, troop commanded by the Earl of Arran, 474.
-, Light Horse, serjeants of, petition of, 277.
-, [Queen's] Regiment of Horse, commanded by the Duke of Northumberland, 385.
-, Royal Regiment of Horse, non-commissioned officers of, army debenture for the use of, 373.
-, Foot:
-, Guards:
-, coal and candles for, 301.
-, deserters, 301.
-, detachment ordered to Portsmouth, 39, 421.
-, in London, issue for, 455.
-, recruits, 301.
-, subsistence, 102.
-, 1st battalion:
-, in Holland, 146, 185, 264.
-, respited pay, 177.
-, subsistence, 303, 466.
-, 1st and 2nd battalions: marshal ordeputy marshal of. See Morphew T.
-, 2nd battalion, in Holland, 146, 185, 264; subsistence, 303.
-, 3rd battalion, in Spain, 111, 112, 146, 546.
-, Coldstream, respited pay, 177; Major of. See Holmes, [Richard].
-, Queen's Own, commanded by Lieutenant General Webb, 167.

See also Army—

Catalonia.

Flanders (Bothmar's regiment, regiments and troops, Ten thousand additional men, Troops of Augmentation.

Italy.

Jamaica.

Leeward Islands.

Portugal.

Portugal and Gibraltar.

Spain.

Spain and Portugal.

Regiments by names of Colonels. See

Allen, _.

Barrymore, Earl of.

Belcastel, [Pierre de].

Bowles, [Phineas].

Breton, [William].

Carmichael, J., Lord Carmichael.

Carpenter, [George].

Carr, _.

Caulfeild, Toby.

Cavalier, _.

Charlemont, Lord.

Churchill, _, colonel.

Churchill, Charles, colonel.

Churchill, [Charles], General.

Creighton, [David].

Donegal, Lord.

Dormer, [James].

Dubourgay, _.

Dungannon, Lord.

Ecklin, [Robert].

Elliot, [Roger].

Erle, Thomas.

Essex, Earl of.

Farrington, Thomas.

Fonjulian, _.

Galway, Earl of.

Gorges, Richard.

Grant, [Alexander].

Hamilton, _.

Handasyde, _.

Harvey, [Daniel].

Hill, John.

Hotham, Sir Charles.

Howe, [Emanuel].

Ilay, Earl of.

Inchiquin, Earl of.

Johnson, _.

Jones, James.

Kerr, Lord Mark.

Lillingston, [Luke].

Livesay, [John].

Macartney, [George].

Magny, [Constantine de].

Masham, _.

Mohun, Charles, Lord Mohun.

Molesworth, Richard.

Montandre, Francis, Marquis of Montandre.

Moore, Thomas.

Mordaunt, John, Lord Mordaunt.

Mountjoy, Viscount.

Nassau, Count.

Northumberland, Duke of.

Orrery, Earl of.

Paston, Charles, Lord Paston.

Pearce, Edward.

Portmore, Earl of.

Raby, Lord.

Rich, Sir Robert.

Rocheford, Earl of.

Sankey, [Nicholas].

Seymour, William.

Stewart, William.

Strathnaver, Lord.

Sutton, Richard.

Townshend, _.

Webb, John [Richmond].

Whetham, Thomas.

Wightman, [Joseph].

Windsor, [Andrew].

Withers, [Henry].

Wynn, Owen.


-, Roman Catholics and, 394.
-, sacks, lost, 561.
-, Saxe Gotha, troops of. See Saxe Gotha.
-, Saxon troops. See Saxon troops.
-, Scotland. See Scotland.
-, Secretary at War (George Granville, Robert Walpole).
-, account of what Corporations sending members to Parliament have troops quartered in them, &c., required from, 82, 83, 461.
-, attendance at the Treasury, 4, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 46, 102, 105, 107, 108, 109, 581; day appointed for, 34, 517.
-, certificates from, 135.
-, clerks to, issue for, 102, 495.
-, copies of Recruiting Acts and articles for war for, 327, 538.
-, directions to, 23.
-, estimates, for the forces, 105, 107, 108, 109; for Chelsea Hospital, 111.
-, increased business of, 495.
-, information re six Catalan regiments required from, 92.
-, letter from, mentioned, 232.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 11, 98, 103, 112, 115, 133, 163, 165, 167, 196, 205, 224, 237, 251, 261, 264, 266, 267, 308, 314, 327, 328, 332, 333, 334, 350, 352, 355, 356, 387, 394, 403, 425, 427, 434, 437, 439, 441, 442, 461, 464, 474, 477, 483(2), 486, 504, 509, 517, 522, 523, 525, 543, 548, 555(2), 564, 566, 569, 574, 575, 580, 581, 586, 587(2), 596, 597, 598(2), 599(2), 602, 605.
-, office of, allowance, 518.
-, offreckonings of regiments taken at the battle of Almanza and, 27.
-, orders by, 167, 340, 361.
-, reports by, 40, 52, 103, 161(2), 180(2), 194, 221, 224, 286, 381, 394, 461, 487, 527, 537, 548, 571, 575, 580, 586, 587, 589, 590, 592.
-, salary of, paid out of pay deductions of 12d. in the pound, 495(2).
-, scheme for disposal of remainder of supply for foreign forces given to, 19.
-, under Officers of, issue for, 495.
-, warrants to, 160, 161, 180, 194, 221, 223, 286, 385, 487.
-, warrants to be prepared by, 9, 10, 11, 111, 160, 161, 180, 194, 221, 223, 328, 333, 334, 350, 385, 387, 394, 403, 487, 543, 548, 555, 603.
-, See also Blathwayt, W. sick and wounded soldiers.
-, See Sick and Wounded.
-, Spain:
-, accounts, to be transmitted once in two months, 41.
-, artillery train, 362; gunpowder used by, 434.
-, bills, issues, loans, remittances, 9, 10, 17, 19, 50, 88, 99, 171, 194, 195, 214, 247, 249, 457, 477, 505; contract for 20,000l. a month, 339, 478.
-, bread for, scarcity of, 107.
-, clothes, 4, 27, 180, 287.
-, clothiers, memorial of, 567.
-, commanded by Earl of Rivers, 433.
-, Commander-in-Chief. See Stanhope, J.
-, commissary of provisions (stores), 4, 287, 433; and see Allen, J.
-, corn for, 339.
-, deputy commissaries. See below musters.
-, deputy paymasters, bills drawn by, 50; and see Mead, J.; Morris, T.
-, expedition under Lord Shannon to join, 497.
-, forage for, scarcity of, 107.
-, garrisons, gunpowder expended by, 434.
-, Imperial forces. See below Regiments.
-, lieutenant general. See Stanhope, J.
-, medicines for, 207.
-, mule carriages, cost of, 107.
-, musters, muster rolls, deputy commissaries, 463; effective men only to appear on, 463.
-, Officers, losses of, 566; postage of letters for, 534; general, postage of letters for, 533.
-, ordnance stores in, arms and tents delivered to, 153.
-, Parliamentary supply for:
-, anno 1710 (646,747l. 18s. 9¼d.), 107; exceedings of, 97, 107, 108.
-, anno 1711, proposed estimate for (1,110,030l. 12s. 7d.), 107, 108.
-, powder for, 434.
-, recruits for, to be mustered upon embarkation, 525.
-, regiments and troops for and in:
-, additional, cost of, 108.
-, Catalan, six raised after the battle of Almanza, 92.
-, clothing, 180.
-, Foot guards, 3rd battalion of:
-, comptroller's report on, 111, 112.
-, no muster rolls for, 112.
-, pay of, report on, 146.
-, subsistence, 146.
-, French regiment of dragoons, 286, 287.
-, Imperialists, 3,000 (Imperial forces), extraordinaries, 109; recruits for, convention for, 517; payment of 20 crowns a man, 517.
-, from Ireland, 101, 102, 276.
-, levy money, 285.
-, Officers en second, 158.
-, offreckonings, 27, 180.
-, 1,300 Palatines, upon the Flanders Establishment, pay, 7, 188.
-, Portmore's regiment, 161.
-, Portuguese foot, two, extraordinaries, 109.
-, Portuguese horse, five, extraordinaries, 109.
-, Portuguese deserters (two regiments of), extraordinaries, 109.
-, taken prisoners at the battle of Almanza. See Prisoners of war.
-, transferred to Irish Establishment, 10.
-, Spain and Portugal:
-, accounts for (anno 1708), 213; weekly and monthly, transmission of, 41, 96, 427.
-, bills drawn for, 418, 442.
-, clearings, 358.
-, contingencies, 162.
-, deputy paymasters. See Mead, J.; Morris, T.
-, exceedings in requirements for, 91, 100.
-, musters, 102.
-, non-effectives, account of payments to, required, 498, 507.
-, Officers from the French service in, 394.
-, Parliamentary supply for: anno 1709 (1,081,083l. 0s. 4d.), issues, 285.
-, anno 1710 (1,126,035l. 16s. 2d.):
-, issues, remittances, &c., 3, 8, 20, 21, 35, 37, 50, 98, 135, 150, 162, 166, 170, 180, 196, 202, 205, 208, 214, 220, 225, 232, 245, 246, 271, 272, 285, 290, 291, 299, 338(2), 357, 375, 481, 505, 506; completed, 428; exchequer fees on, 209; proposals for, 109.
-, payments for (anno 1706), for which warrants are missing, 381.
-, recruits for, 506; to be mustered before embarkation, 108.
-, regiments, troops:
-, Cavalier's regiment, arms and clothing, 381.
-, Irish and Spanish, formed by Lord Galway, 98.
-, Portuguese, 381; six new regiments, agent of, 209; recruits, 209.
-, removed from Establishment, 211.
-, serving in Flanders, 338.
-, Spanish. See above Irish.
-, subsistence, 45, 98, 202, 209, 290, 375.
-, tallies and orders for, account of, required, 429.
-, straw for, 420.
-, subsidies for allies. See Allies.
-, subsistence, 5, 39, 44, 45, 98, 102, 105, 135, 136, 142, 146, 162, 163, 177, 185, 187, 188, 196, 202, 205, 209, 214, 247, 263, 264, 266, 290, 303, 326, 332, 337, 350, 358, 361, 374, 375, 395, 455, 466, 481, 495, 518, 520, 522.
-, accounts of, state of, 429.
-, funds for, enquiry re, 38.
-, not to be diverted to other uses, 7.
-, surgeons' mates, 232.
-, Ten thousand additional men. See Army—Flanders.
-, tents for, 133, 153; charge for, 566.
-, transportation charges, 16, 161, 326, 448, 577.
-, Troops of augmentation. See Army—Flanders.
-, Trophy money, 167.
-, Twenty thousand men. See Army—Flanders.
-, volunteers for, bounty for, issue for, 211; regimental charges for, 425; and see above Recruiting Acts.
-, waggons (waggon money), 7, 135, 142, 188, 189, 337, 374, 561, 562; and see above bread.
-, Waleff, Monsieur, troops of. See Waleff.
-, West Indies:
-, muster rolls, 183; regulations for sending home, 548.
-, officers charged with refusing to serve in, 204.
-, regiments for and in, 111, 183, 527.
-, Four, officers of, pay, 569; subsistence for, regulations re, 548.
-, transportation charges, 326.
-, widows, allowances and pensions, 257, 287, 294, 461.
-, winter quarters, 134, 226, 502, 562.

Arnold, Nehemiah, Paymaster of Malt Lottery Tickets:
-, allowance, petition for, 496.
-, certificates by, 168, 236, 315, 344, 385, 425, 460, 509.
-, issues to, 168, 198, 236, 315, 344, 385, 425, 460, 508.
-, a manager of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129; petition for appointment as paymaster thereof, 564.

Arnot (Arnutt), John, lieutenant colonel, bills drawn by, for prisoners of war, 135.

Arran, Isles of:
-, customs officers for, new establishment, 410.
-, purchased by Sir S. Fox, 323, 324.
-, security of, petition for bedding, etc., for a company of foot for, 323, 324.
-, surveyor of window duties in. See Renton of Inverary, W.

Arran, Earl of. See Butler, Charles.

Arris, Richard, captain of H.M.S. Torbay, bounty for bringing home gold from Portugal, 555.

Arsenal, building of. See Dublin.

Artamonovic, Matveev Andrej, Count Matveev (Andrew Artemonowitz de Matucof), Ambassador from the Czar of Russia, payment to, as a present and as reparation for an affront, 240; wife of, payment to, 240.

Artere. See Arthur.

Arthur (Artere), Edward, surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Flint, appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, [Francis], offers to furnish money for prisoners of war in Spain, 113.

Arthur and Crean (Arthur Crean), Messrs., of Madrid, money advanced by, 10, 162, 208, 209, 232, 247, 299.

Artillery trains:
-, commanded by Colonel Richards 362; paymaster to (L. Stanyan), petition of, 362.
-, employed in the reduction of Ireland, 199, 384; paymaster to (W Hubbald), 384.
-, in Flanders, 89, 379, 406.
-, in or ordered to Spain, 362, 434.

Arundell, Richard, 1st baron Arundell of Trerice, annuity granted by Charles II to, 525.

Arzelliers (Arzilliers), Mary d', widow of Marquis d'Arzelliers, petition for pension, 273, 511.
-, -, Marquis d', 273.

Ash [Ath, Belgium], loaves left at, loss on, 561.

Ash. See Ashe.

Ashburne, James, appointed a Commissioner of appeals and regulating the Excise, 281.

Ashburnham, Sir William, Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, grant, 260; Receiver General of Land Tax (assessments) for part of Sussex, 138, resigned, 139.

Ashe (Ash), Edward, storekeeper of the Ordnance, appointment and fee, 257.
-, -, Edward, captain in Carmarthen's marine regiment, petition, 261, 297, 564.
-, -, William, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Asheder, William, instruction in Customs' business for, 504, 598.

Ashes, importation of, 119(3).

Ashurst, Mr., recommendation by, 573.
-, -, Henry, appointed messenger Extraordinary in Romney Marsh, 56(2).
-, -, Henry, appointed a manager of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129.
-, -, William, Comptroller and accomptant of Stamp Duties, petition re control of duties on apprentices, 564.

Askdale. See Eskdale.

Assessments:
-, First 4s. aid (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 1, for granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year ... , 700,000l. appropriated to the Navy and Ordnance, including 400,000l. borrowed).
-, unappropriated revenue of, paid in aid of deficiency of Navy wages quota (anno 1702), 237, 342.
-, Second 4s. aid (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 1, for granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year ...).
-, unappropriated revenue of, paid in aid of deficiency of Navy wages quota (anno 1702), 237.
-, Fourth 4s. aid (as by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 5, granting an aid of 4s. in the £ for one year... .; borrowing clause 1,800,000l., 700,000l. appropriated for Navy and Ordnance).
-, unappropriated revenue of, paid in aid of deficiency of Navy wages quota (anno 1702), 237.
-, First 3s. aid (as by the Capitation Act 8–9 Wm. III, c. 6, for granting an aid as well by a Land Tax as by several subsidies and other duties, payable for one year, 4s. 4d. per person, 1¼ per cent. on personalty, 2½ per cent. on stock in trade, 3s. on land).
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue to, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 507, 544.
-, Third Quarterly Poll (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 38, for granting an aid by a quarterly poll).
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue to, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 507, 544.
-, Third 3s. aid [Land Tax anno 1699] (as by 10 Wm., c. 9, for granting 1,484,015l. 1s. 11¾d. for disbanding the army, providing for the Navy and other necessary occasions).
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue to, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 507, 544.
-, Second 2s. aid (as by 11–12 Wm. III, c. 2, for granting an aid by sale of the forfeited and other estates and interests in Ireland and by a Land Tax in England).
-, tallies on, payment out of, 268.
-, unappropriated revenue of, paid in aid of funds (anno 1702), 342.
-, Fourth 3s. aid (as by 12–13 Wm. III, c. 10, for granting an aid for defraying expenses of the Navy, Guards and Garrisons, for one year and for other necessary occasions).
-, Receivers General of, extraordinary charges, 368, 423.
-, Fifth 4s. aid. Land Tax 1702 (as by 1 Anne, c. 6, for granting an aid by diverse subsidies and a Land Tax).
-, arrears of, payment out of, 237.
-, Receivers General of, extraordinary charges, 368, 423.
-, Sixth 4s. aid. Land Tax, 1703 (as by 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 1, for granting a Land Tax for carrying on the war against France and Spain).
-, Receivers General of, extraordinary charges, 368, 423.
-, Seventh 4s. aid (as by 2–3 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax to be raised in the year 1704).
-, arrears of, issue out of, 318.
-, Receiver General of, extraordinary charges, 423.
-, Eighth 4s. aid. Land Tax, 1705 (as by 3–4 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised in the year 1705)
-, arrears of, payment out of, 237.
-, Receiver General of, extraordinary charges, 423.
-, Ninth 4s. aid (as by 4–5 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year 1706).
-, loans on, unrepaid, 553.
-, [Tenth 4s. aid] (as by 6 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1707).
-, loans on, unrepaid, 553.
-, Receiver General of, extraordinary charges, 422.
-, tallies and orders on, assigned, 154.
-, Eleventh 4s. aid (as by 6 Anne, c. 35, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1708).
-, arrears of, paid into the Exchequer, 527.
-, loans on, unrepaid, 553.
-, Receivers General of, money advanced by, for raising recruits, 158, 506; extraordinary charges, 423.
-, revenue of, in the Exchequer, payment out of, 460.
-, tallies and orders on, 460, 527; assigned, 120; money appropriated to pay off, 551.
-, Twelfth 4s. aid (as by 7 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1709).
-, arrears of, state of, 38, 87, 112; in the receipt of the Chamberlain of London, 38, 39; estimate of, 426.
-, assessments on salaries of Government Official, refunded, 250, 522.
-, collectors of, state of receipts of, 38.
-, loans on, lost money orders for, innovated, 205, 208.
-, moneys advanced out of, for raising recruits, 158.
-, Receivers General, 139.
-, accounts of, state of, required, 38.
-, appointments, 166, 215, 256; petition for, 166; revoked, 215.
-, payments by, for raising recruits, 158, 506; into the Exchequer, 38.
-, receipts by, state of, 38.
-, securities, 166.
-, superseded, 256.
-, tallies and orders:
-, assignment of, 8, 13, 96, 154, 212, 217, 235, 326, 495.
-, interest on, 235.
-, issues out of, 8, 11, 295.
-, loans on, 30, 177, 212, 216, 295, 326; at par, 495.
-, Thirteenth 4s. aid (as by 8 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1710).
-, arrears of, account of, required, 112.
-, assessments on salaries of Government Officials, refunded, 98, 251, 273, 328, 402.
-, credit of 1,880,000l. authorized by Parliament on, 285.
-, exchequer bills issued in pursuance of, filled up by endorsements or defaced, warrant for renewing, 419.
-, loans on, 3, 8, 9, 10, 35, 142, 143, 170, 172, 180, 184, 187, 189, 196, 200, 213, 214, 220, 247, 263, 266, 272, 283, 285, 290, 295, 384, 421, 432, 436, 506, 550; exhaustion of, 140; interest on, see Interest; Register of, 30, 421.
-, Receivers General:
-, accounts of, suggested form of keeping, 503.
-, appointments, 137, 138, 139, 166, 243; fees and charges in passing privy seal for, 308; petitions for, 522, 569; warrant for, 130.
-, securities of, 137, 138, 139, 166, 243, 354.
-, See also under several counties.
-, tallies and orders on:
-, assigned, deposited or disposed of, 9, 13, 15, 17, 50, 113, 154, 189, 190, 248, 264, 330, 361, 418, 442.
-, at par, 189, 190, 264, 295, 302, 319.
-, exchanged for Exchequer bills, 365; for General mortgage tallies, 50, 431, 435.
-, interest on. See Interest.
-, loans on, 2, 3, 9, 21, 23, 25, 26, 30, 35, 38, 39, 105, 187, 295, 302, 303, 319, 324, 330, 339, 361, 420, 421.
-, payments by, 5, 20, 22.
-, orders to strike, 9, 19, 20.
-, [Fourteenth 4s. aid] (as by 9 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1711).
-, loans on, 105, 551, 554, 557; register of, 99, 114, 551.
-, tallies and orders:
-, assigned, 111, 113, 557.
-, not to be disposed of without particular directions, 554.
-, payments by, 99, 114.

Astell, Mr., petition re ship Adriana, 564.

Atherton, Charles, serjeant plumber, deceased, 449.

Athlone, cos. Roscommon and Westmeath, army stores at, 243.

Atkinson, Mr., matter referred to, 573.
-, -, Mistress, laundress to the Queen, trunks for, 405.
-, -, Eleanor, relict of Thomas, pension for, 126.
-, -, Samuel a Commissioner of Transports, 281; attending the Treasury, 23; matter referred to, 573; new commission, 376.
-, -, Thomas, postilion to George, Prince of Denmark, 126.

Atterbury, Mr., and messengers' bills, 56.

Attorney General:
-, appointments (Sir S. Harcourt), 454; (Sir E. Northey), 484.
-, attending the Lord Treasurer and Treasury Board, 20, 100, 599.
-, clerk to, 262.
-, clerks of, petition for fees, 564, 587.
-, consultation with, 463.
-, Customs' solicitor to attend, 100, 514, 599.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 100, 141, 149(2), 169, 175, 213, 228, 241, 248, 268, 288, 309, 360, 370, 464, 485, 514(2), 521, 522, 524(2), 540, 541, 546(2), 552, 558, 578, 596, 599, 601(2), 602, 603(2), 605.
-, official attending, 540.
-, opinion of, re corn prices, 159.
-, payment to, 262.
-, prosecutions by, 51, 482.
-, his proposals for punishment of breakers of quarantine, 542.
-, reports by, 110, 212, 281, 564, 569, 582.
-, warrants to, 132, 239.
-, And see Harcourt, Sir S.; Montague, Sir J.; Northey, Sir E.
-, -, Barbados. See Barbados.
-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

Attorney and Advocate General of New York. See Reyner, J.

Attorney and/or Solicitor General. See Law Officers.

Attwood. See Atwood.

Atwill, William, certificate by, re foreign gold, 419.

Atwood (Attwood), William, Chief Justice of New York, petition for arrears, 564, 603.

Aubery (Awbery), _, visits Richardson in prison, 78.
-, -, Edmund, a clerk in the Coast Office, London port, petition to surrender his place, 124, 194.
-, -, John, attendance at the Exchequer Receipt in vacation time, payment for, 224.
-, -, Nicholas, brother of Edmund, 124; appointed clerk of the Coast business, London port, 194.

Aubresby, David, cornet of dragoons, allowance on the Irish establishment, 259.

Augon, Peter, master of the Peace of Granvil, 122.

Augustus, Prince of Brunswick and Luneburg, husband and executor of Sophia Amalia, hereditary prince of Wolfenbuttle, 519.

Augustus II, King of Poland, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stair, Earl of.

Austen (Austin), Mr., attending the Treasury, 40.
-, -, Nathaniel, master of the Riga Merchant, 143.
-, -, Thomas, Receiver General of Land Tax (assessments) and duties on Houses, co. Hants., 137, 499.

Avenue Gate in Windsor Great Park, q.v.

Aver, John, tidesurveyor at Kirkcaldy, 292.

Awbery. See Aubery.

Awborne, Robert, proprietor of lighthouses at Hunstanton, 323.

Ayles, Humphrey, captain, money in hands of, 282.

Aylmer, Mathew, Admiral and Commander in Chief of the Fleet, 221; half pay, 187; Secretary to. See Corbett, T.

Aylmouth. See Alnmouth.

Ayloffe, Joseph, trustee for tenants of Richmond manor, 234.
-, -, Thomas, Doctor of Laws, Reader of Law in Cambridge University, 401, 523.

Ayr (Aire), co. Ayr, comptroller and surveyor of, 292; customs establishment, 410; tidewaiter at, 192.

Ayrshire, Surveyors of window duties for parts of, 508.