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B

B. A., petition of, 579.

Bacalan, Isabelle de, pension for, 538.
-, -, St. Leger de, colonel, bills drawn by, for prisoners of war, 10, 105, 110, 162, 208, 232, 247, 299; enquiry re appointment of, and uses of public moneys paid to, 485.

Backham, Michael, captain en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Backwell, Richard, petitioner, 584.

Bacon, Philip, petitioner, 603.
-, -, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Chester, appointment and salary, 445.

Badajoz (Badagos), Spain, siege, replacement of arms lost at, 161.

Badger, Henry, moletaker in Richmond New Park, 362.

Badley, co. Suffolk, 240.

Badnage (Badnedge), Henry, petition for a collectorship of House duties, 404, 584.

Baglake, East, in Longbredy, q.v.

Bailey. See Bayley.

Baines, Mr., at the Customs House, and Mattison's suicide, 75.

Baker (Bakers), _, petitioner, 588, 589.
-, -, _, affidavit re, 514.
-, -, Henry, Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury, reports by, 568, 570; stay of process against, on his accounts for four years to 1707, 252, on his accounts of moneys received for Crown Law charges, 391.
-, -, Henry, captain, Surveyor General of riding officers in Kent and Sussex:
-, appointments proposed by, 320, 321.
-, complaint by, 308.
-, messenger extraordinary attending, in Romney Marsh, 56.
-, -, John, captain en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, Admiral, Confederate fleet under, 226; order of, 318.
-, -, John, report from Ireland re, 511.
-, -, John, petition for a custodiam of the town and lands of Miltown, co. Louth, 388.
-, -, Robert, Surveyor of duties on Houses, cos. Gloucester and Somerset, 446, 447.
-, -, Thomas, appointed waiter and searcher at Southwold, 354.
-, -, Thomas, Assistant Secretary in the Prize Office:
-, account of arrears, &c., of prizes to be given by, 93.
-, action brought by, 275.
-, attending Law Officers, 601.
-, attending the Treasury, 22, 31, 48, 93, 489.
-, directions to, 593; for paying salaries, 306, 349.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 261, 268, 275, 306, 349, 373, 467, 576, 577, 591, 593.
-, memorials, 26, 586, 587.
-, petition for employment in the Customs, 565.
-, reports by, 569, 570, 574.

Bakers, frauds by, 459.

Baldwyn, John, tidesman at Poole, afterwards removed to Plymouth, appointed to Weymouth, 319.

Baley. See Bayley.

Balier, Pierre, pension for, 538.

Baliol, Margaret, petition dismissed, 585.

Ball, _, lieutenant, administrator of, 566.
-, -, James, riding officer at Deal, removed to Hythe, 404.

Ballentine, Ninian, appointed tidewaiter at Campbeltown, 216.

Ballinlough (Ballinglogh), co. Roscommon, barracks and barrack master at, proposals for, 261, 262.

Ballow (Ballowe), Henry, a deputy chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, payments to, 318, 362, 366, 399.

Baltic Sea:
-, goods from, 222, 250; Order in Council re, 178.
-, ships from, 119, 242, 293; form of certificate for, 195.
-, tar from, cost of, compared with New England tar, 148.
-, trade in, during the Northern war, 211.

Bamburgh [Bambrough, co. Northumberland], waiter and searcher at, 441.

Bamford, James, to attend Mr. Lowndes, 579.

Banastre, William, Chief Justice of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, 306, 529.

Banff, co. Banff, advowson of, 360; customs surveyor at, 409.

Banffshire, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Martin of Burntbray, R.

Bank of England:
-, allowance of 3% payable to, for circulating Exchequer Bills. See Bank of England—Exchequer bills.
-, annuity of 100,000l. to, paid out of five-sevenths of the 9d. per barrel (as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20, and the Charter, 1674), 22, 314; overplus of, 317.
-, capital stock of, Act 7 Anne, c. 30, for, Exchequer bills issued and renewed in accordance with, see Exchequer bills; payments under, 478, 501.
-, charter (1674), 314; renewal of, by 7 Anne, c. 30, 123.
-, cashing of Exchequer bills by. See Exchequer bills.
-, credit of, detriment to, arising from discounting foreign bills by non-specie Exchequer bills, 90, 475; arising from Government difficulties, 27.
-, debt of 1,775,027l. 17s. 10½d. to, 478, 501.
-, Deputy Governor, attending the Treasury, 15, 20, 39, 52, 97, 453; and see Gold, M.
-, Directors (Court of Directors); and see Gore:
-, attending the Treasury, 12, 23, 29, 32, 52, 100, 104, 453.
-, certificate from, re exchange rates, 381.
-, matters referred to, 13, 35, 52, 114, 472.
-, Minute Book of, 46 note.
-, proposal by, 475.
-, resolution of, 21, 84.
-, unwilling to comply with proposals, 26, 27, 516.
-, discount due to. See Bank of England—loans.
-, discounting of foreign bills by. See Bank of England—credit of.
-, and exchange remittances, 38, 41.
-, Exchequer bills circulated by, 3% allowance for, 123, 124, 238, 347, 475.
-, Exchequer bills exchanged for tallies by, 365.
-, General Court, 104.
-, gentlemen of, attending the Treasury, 2, 13, 20(2), 21, 25, 26, 33(2), 35, 38, 39, 51, 56, 57, 97, 108, 113.
-, gold from Lisbon paid into, 96.
-, Governor of, attending the Treasury, 15(2), 20, 39, 52.
-, Governor and Company, attending the Treasury, 415; letters to, 415, 516.
-, interest due to. See Bank of England—loans.
-, letters to, 92, 469, 475.
-, loans by, 1, 19, 28(2), 29, 30, 33, 35, 39, 45, 48, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 84, 92, 96, 99, 105, 108, 110, 111, 113, 120, 140, 193, 212, 216, 299, 357, 365, 384, 422, 431, 453, 455, 460, 469, 479, 481, 484, 501, 505, 507, 518, 525, 541, 545, 556.
-, agreements for, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 361, 473, 483, 484, 507, 524.
-, interest on, 1, 2, 41, 53, 110, 111, 193, 424, 431.
-, in Exchequer bills, 326; agreement for, 92; interest and discount on, 109, 110, 542; repayable in gold (specie), 1, 2, 21, 29, 30(2), 33, 39, 52, 53, 55, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 97, 99, 103, 109, 365.
-, on deposit of tallies on Continued Impositions, refused, 26, 27.
-, measures for reducing (operating) the discount on Exchequer Bills and, 13, 15, 108, 114.
-, non-specie Exchequer Bills issued by, high discount occasioned by, 100; proposal re, 516; and see Bank of England—credit.
-, Receivers of Taxes to transact their business with, 16.
-, sealed bills, 101.
-, security for receivers of Lottery money, 1.
-, tallies exchanged by, 459.
-, tripartite indenture for taking subscriptions of 1,000,000l. for exchanging Exchequer bills for ready money, 100, 101, 104, 503.
-, weekly payments to, out of receipts from House duties, 478, 501.

Banker. See Snow, Sir J.

Bankers' annuities. See Annuities.

Bankers' assignments, 363.

Bankers at Turin, 587.

Banks, Barbara, petition for continuance of her husband's pension, 566.
-, -, David, appointed tidewaiter at Dundee, 216.

Bannatyne, Robert, macer of the Exchequer Court in Scotland, petition for consideration for loss of salary, 297.

Banyard, Thomas, tidesman at Yarmouth, appointed tidesman and weigher there, 160.

Barbados:
-, Assemblies of, Governor's salary in lieu of presents from, 464.
-, Attorney General of. See Hodges, T.
-, Captain General and Governor in Chief. See Crowe, M.
-, casual revenues in, receiver of, 382; representation re, 566.
-, chaplain for, 205.
-, escheator wanted in, 382.
-, Exchequer Court in, "has seldom sat", 382; Chief Baron of, solicited to hold the court, 382; Marshal of, has not done his duty, 382; Remembrancer of, complaint against, 382.
-, four and a half per cent. duty in, waiter for, 417.
-, Governor of, representation to, 382; and see Lowther, R.
-, Lieutenant Governor or Commander in Chief, his salary in the Governor's absence, 465.
-, And see Bridgetown.

Barber, James, appointed weighing porter, London port, 319.

Barcelona, Spain, 381.
-, bills of exchange, 10, 28, 50, 166, 208, 350.
-, corn sent to, 299, 358.
-, deputy paymaster at. See Mead, John.
-, gold (specie) shipped to, 214, 232.
-, loans raised in, 350, 457, 498.
-, messenger's journey to, expense, 266.
-, Prizes Agent at, accounts of, report on, 574.
-, remittances to, 136, 171, 339, 442; contractors for, 45.
-, H.M. Ships (squadron) bound for, 9, 10.

Bareman, Ja., master of the Tyger, 486.

Barges. See Queen's barges.

Barington, Thomas, appointed landwaiter, Bristol port, 160.

Barker, _, a prisoner, 56.
-, -, Robert, an Agent for Taxes, 317, 398; attending the Treasury, 87; salary, 127, 237.
-, -, Samuel, Sheriff of Rutland, surplusage on his account, 375.

Bark-lay. See McClellan of Bark-lay.

Barkwith, Thomas, clerk employed in writing proclamations, reports, &c., petition for payment of his bill, 464.

Barley meals, fraudulent use of, for making Navy biscuits, 459.

Barnaby, _, petitioner, 584.

Barner. See Berner.

Barnes, Mr., distributor of stamped paper at Norwich, to continue in his post if he will reside there, 14, 24, 327.

Barnet, Philip, Admiralty official, repayment of tax on his salary, 301.

Baron, Elizabeth, widow and executrix of John, lease of lands in Longbredy to, 217.
-, -, John, 217.

Baronetcy fees, warrant to discharge, 239.

Barraby, Francis, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York (E.R.), appointment and salary, 445.

Barret, Edward, lieutenant en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Barry, _, royal bounty for, 145.
-, -, James, 4th Earl of Barrymore, regiment of, arms lost by, 266; carriages and disbursements, 206; clothing for recruits, 266; muster rolls of, missing, 266.

Barrymore, Earl of. See Barry, James.

Bartlet, Katharine, royal bounty for, 273.

Barton, Charles, master of the Friendship
-, -, Fortune, messenger, prisoner in hands of, 56.
-, -, John, master of the July Flower, 505.

Baskett, John, et al., petition for discharge of a seizure of paper, 418.

Bassendin (Bassinden, Bassendine), _, visits Richardson in prison, 78.
-, -, John, watchman, London port, 160, 320.

Bastard's estate, claims to, 587.

Bateman, Sir James, a trustee for circulating Exchequer bills, 294, 391.

Batt, Messrs. John and Thomas, bill drawn on, 350(2).

Battie, John, of Sheffield, recommended for a collectorship of duties on candles, 288.

Battley (Batteley), Charles, second secondary in the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, his fee for the execution of all originals transcribed out of Chancery into the Exchequer, 402 520.

Battle Axe Guards. See Ireland.

Battles and sieges. See

Aire.

Alcantara.

Alicante.

Almanza.

Almenara.

Badajoz.

Bethune.

Brussels.

Douay.

Fort de Scarpe.

Gibraltar.

Landen.

Limerick.

Menin.

Mons.

Oudenarde.

Poltava.

Port Mahon.

Tortosa.

Valentia.

Wynendale.

Xativa.

Baugh, Edward, petitioner, 585.
-, -, George, of Burlingham, surety, 354.

Bavand, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, London and Middlesex, appointment and salary, 446.

Bayley (Baylie, Bailie, Bailey, Baley), John, appointed coastwaiter, London port, 194.
-, Wt. 3752.
-, -, John, pension for, 287.
-, -, John, petition for Stamper's place, 298.
-, -, Samuel, Receiver General of Land Tax and duties on Houses, co. Stafford and city of Lichfield, 138, 500.
-, -, Samuel, appointed boatman at Cockbush, 319.
-, -, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Berks., appointment and salary, 445.

Bayliffe, Robert, master of the Crown, 505.

Bayonne, France, prisoners of war at, 327; general exchange of, 571; officer in charge of, 221.

Beach, William, arrears due to, 567.

Beachly (Beachley), co. Gloucester, boatmen at, 353.
-, -, Thomas, junior, under clerk of the Council, 300.

Beale, John, arrested for riot, 376.
-, -, Richard, lieutenant en second in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Beans, for deer, 215.

Bearn. See Berne.

Beauclerk, Charles, 1st Duke of St. Albans, Master of the Hawks and Falconers, allowance, memorial re, 590; fees, 327; payment to, 142; pension in lieu of his logwood pension, 292, 327, 328.

Beaufort, Duke of. See Somerset, Henry.

Beaufort, Ja., ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Beaumaris, Anglesey, riding surveyors at, 354, 417.

Beaven, Thomas, Receiver General of Land Tax, co. Wilts., deceased, 182; petition of his executor, 166.

Beavour, George, captain, petition re prizes taken by the Antelope, 566.

Beckford, Peter, of Jamaica, complaint against, re collection of duties on prize goods, 286.

Bedchamber. See Royal Bedchamber.

Beddoe, Robert, petition re Privy Garden door leading into Channel Row, 565.

Bedford, Edward, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Lincoln, appointment and salary, 446.

Bedfordshire:
-, House duties for, Receiver General. See Reddall, A.; Surveyor. See Osborne, W.
-, Taxes (Land Tax), Receivers General. See Reddall, A.; Whitebread, H. and W.

Beef, for the Navy. See Navy; price of. See Prices.

Beehoe, Nathaniel, lease to, 405, 406.

Beer and Ale:
-, Excise duty on:
-, for beer brewed privately, demand for, 250.
-, for North Sea and herring fishery, payment of, 540.
-, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, lotteries on. See Lotteries.
-, 9d. per barrel, 99 years ninepenny Excise (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3; 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5; 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7; 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20; 6 Anne, c. 2):
-, surplus of, appropriated for payment of annuities, 219, 348, for the million Lottery, 218; certificates of, 219, 348.
-, two-sevenths of, surplus of, appropriated for payment of annuities, 219.
-, five-sevenths of, annuity of 100,000l. to the Bank of England, 22; receipts of, to be paid into the Exchequer, 22, 304; surplus of, appropriated for paying 72,187l. 10s. 0d. per annum in annuities, 317.
-, measures of, inspection of, 6.

Beer money. See Navy—Victualling (short beer money).

Belalcazar (Belelcazar), Spain, bill of exchange drawn from, 209.

Belcastel (Belcastle), [Pierre de], brigadier, regiment of, agent for, see Teudbeuf, P. J. de; disbanded, 259.

Belelcazar. See Belalcazar.

Bell, Alexander, tidesurveyor at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 292; petition reseizures, 583.
-, -, Thomas, report from Ireland re, 511.

Bembrick, John, boatman at Cockbush, appointed a waterman to the coastwaiters, London port, 269.

Benches of Hemp, 118.

Bendyshe (Bendysh, Bendishe), Henry, Secretary to the Commissioners for settling the Poor Palatines, 260, 398, 586, 593.
-, attending the Treasury, 31.
-, issues and payments to, 53, 116(2), 127, 130, 386.
-, letters to, 394, 490.
-, memorial, 53.
-, -, William, petitioner, 585.

Bennet, _, Admiralty official, repayment of tax on his salary, 301.
-, -, Sir John, recommendation by, 569.
-, -, Joseph, colonel, agreements made by, re works at Gibraltar, 6; payment to, 419.

Benson, Richard, surety, petition for stay of process against, 463.
-, -, Robert, a lord of the Treasury, 34–114 passim; commission, 34; and Richardson's frauds, 62, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79.

Bentley, Mr., tallow seized by, 514.
-, -, Edmund, lease of salt marsh in Norfolk to, 321, 322.
-, -, Joseph, collector of Lancaster, petitioner, 565.
-, -, Dr. [Richard], to make proposals for keeping the Cotton Library, 31.

Beranger, Moses, loan by, 27.

Berchard, Peter, appointed tidesman, London port, 440.

Bere, Thomas, Victualling Commissioner, letter signed by, 144.

Bergavenny, Lord. See Abergavenny.

Bergen, Norway, tobacco brought to, by Scottish ships, 527.

Bergeyk, Comte de, order signed by, 561.

Beringer, Mr., attending the Treasury, 43, 44; will give credit for 50,000l. at Lisbon, 44.

Berkley (Berkeley), John, Viscount Fitzhardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber. See Chamber.
-, -, Richard, lieutenant colonel en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Berkshire:
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Ambrose, L.; surveyors of. See Bayley, T.; Warden, R.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Ambrose, L.
-, royal game in, gamekeepers for, 142.
-, Stamped Paper in, distributor of. See Steuart, E.; Wesley, T.

Berkshire, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas.

Bermudas, army in. See Army; Governor and Commander in Chief of. See Day, S.; land in, petition for grant of, 364, 368, 483.

Bern. See Berne.

Bernard, Samuel, permit to reduce brandy to proof, 251.
-, -, See Berner.

Berne (Bern, Bearn), Switzerland:
-, bills drawn at, 25, 40.

British envoy at. See Stanyan, A.
-, journeys to and from, 351, 468, 532.
-, letter from, 248.
-, Laudable Canton of, Sovereign Lords of, loan by, 243, 248, 349, 437; commission of ½ % on, paid to A. Stanyan, 350; fees for passing Privy Seal for, 308; ratification of, 349.
-, province of, 203.

Berner of Barner (Bernard), Bever, Major General, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Holstein Gottorp, present from the Queen to, 366, 367.

Bernier and Company, money due to, 510.

Berresford, John, petition for promotion to superior list of tidesmen, London port, 566.

Bertie, Charles, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, account (for the year 1705), memorial re, 235, order to pay balance of, 6, 171; payments to (in 1698), for train of artillery in Flanders, 379, 380.
-, -, Peregrine, Patent Searcher, London port, 270; Surveyor General on the coast of Norfolk, 270.
-, -, Phillip, gentleman usher, petition, 565, 585.

Berwick, co. Northumberland:
-, House duties, Receiver General for. See Wyvill, F.; Surveyors of, privy seal for appointing, 310, 311.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General for. See Wyvill, F.
-, mayor of, payments to, for repairing bridge over the Tweed, 549.
-, North, customs establishment at, 408.
-, port, customs establishment, alteration of stations and salaries, 441.
-, Salt Office, Surveyors of. See Longstaffe, G.; Nealson, E.

Bete. See Bette.

Bethune, France, surrender of, 43, 428.

Bethune, John, collector of Dundee, petitioner, 565, 586.

Bette (Bete), François de Grandry de, pension for, 538.
-, -, Henrietta de, widow, husband of, lieutenant of horse, 204; pension on the Irish establishment, 204.

Beveridge, Mary, pension for, 127.

Beverley, co. Yorks, manor and chapter of, lease of, 324, 354.

Beving, _, mate to Captain Clark, reward for, 133.

Bexhill, co. Sussex, riding officer at, 404.

Beys, _, chaplain for New York, passage money for, 157.

Bickerstaff, John, lieutenant en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Bickley, Peter, ensign en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Bideford, co. Devon:
-, packet boats allowed to proceed from, 387, 449.
-, tidesmen at, 269; drowned, bounty for their widows and children, 325.

Bilbao (Bilboa), Spain, letter dated from, 598; prisoners of war escape to, memorial re, 107, 598.

Billagh Wood in Sherwood Forest, q.v.

Billingham, Charles, warden of the Mint at Edinburgh, deceased, 274; his wife, a daughter of the Earl of Marchmont, 274.

Billingsly, Francis, captain en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Bills of Mortality, 253.

Bilton, James, tidewaiter at Dundee, dismissed, 216.

Bing. See Byng.

Bingham, Mark, Admiralty agent for London and Rochester, petition for reward, 289, 566.
-, -, Thomas, Surveyor General of duties on Houses, co. Derby, 373.

Binks, Samuel, customer and collector of Portsmouth, representation re smuggling, 320.

Birch (Burch), Thomas, clerk copyist of certificates in the office of Comptroller General of Customs, duties of, 94; visits Richardson in prison, 68, 77, 78, 79.

Birchett. See Burchett.

Birkland Wood in Sherwood Forest, q.v.

Birmingham Tower in Dublin Castle, q.v.

Birt, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Hereford, appointment and salary, 446.

Birtles, John, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, removed, 216.

Biscuits for the Navy, 459.

Bishop's Gate in Windsor Great Park, q.v.

Black, Margaret, royal bounty for, 555.

Black Rod, Gentleman Usher. See Mitchell, Sir D.; Oldes, Sir W.
-, -, -, (Ireland). See Ellys, T.; Paget, T.

Blackbourn, Richard, Doctor of Physic, fee farm rent assigned to, 298.

Blackwell, Sir Lambert, Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany, 22, 333.

Bladen, _, colonel, attending the Treasury, 6.

Blagny, Marie de, royal bounty for, 356.

Blak, William, appointed additional landwaiter in Bristol, 320.

Blake, John, protection from impressment for, 73, 459.

Blanch, Benjamin, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 270.

Blanchard, Samuel, appointed waiter and searcher at Fareham, 160.

Blathwaite (Blathwayt, Blathwayte), William:
-, Auditor General of the Plantations:
-, letter from, 529.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 120, 128, 173, 200, 332, 364.
-, reports by, 52, 122, 123, 145(2), 151, 192, 207, 276, 341, 368, 483, 485, 566, 579, 586, 587.
-, representations by, 175, 382, 566.
-, a clerk of the Privy Council, salary and allowance for attending business of the Commissioners of Trade, 361, 362.
-, Secretary at War, 379, 381.

Blencoe (Blencowe), William, petition 598, 603; salary for deciphering, 400.

Blenheim, works at, money for, 91, 476; lack of, 90. See also Woodstock.

Bleville, Mons. de, case of, 40, 580; payment to, for voyage to Portugal, 427.

Bligh, John, collector of Padstow, frauds by, his examination, confession, &c., 57–82 passim.

Blinco, William, master of the Three Martins, 476.

Blindness, Sir W. Read's claim for curing seamen of, 454, 466.

Blower, John, lieutenant en second in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Blubber, 439.

Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Gibbon, J.

Blundell, Peter, Order in Council about lodging the Morocco Ambassador, 566.

Blunt, Nicholas, appointed a weigher in Hull port, 547.

Blyth (Blythe), co. Notts, road through, 131.

Blyth, Theophilus, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, removed, 216.

Boddenick. See Bodinnick.

Bodenham, _, captain, payment to, for repairs to the Guards, 183.

Bodinnick (Boddenick), in Fowey port, co. Cornwall, waiter and searcher at, 391.

Bodmin (Bodmyn), co. Cornwall, prisoner at, 391.

Boisrond, Samuel de St. Leger de, lieutenant colonel, petition for increase of his pension on the Irish Establishment, 256.

Boissier and Company, money due to, on bills of exchange, 559.

Boist. See Boit.

Boit (Boyt, Boist), Charles, painter in enamel to the Queen, payment for pictures, 37, 163, 239, 417.

Bolton, Duke of. See Paulet, Charles.

Bomeden. See Dunbar of Bomeden.

Bond, surety, form of, 388.

Bond, Henry, master of the Betty of Fowey, petition of, 127.

Bonfires. See Scotland.

Bonner, Vaughan, Receiver General for duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments) for part of Lincolnshire, 137, 500.

Bonnywaters. See Stirlingshire.

Bonvillette, Francis, captain of foot, allowance on the Irish Establishment, 259.

Book binding, cost of. See Prices.

Book keeping. See Excise.

Books and manuscripts in the Cotton Library, condition of, 31.

Bookseller. See Churchill, A.

Boome, Elias, merchant, petition of, 223.

Booth, George, pension renewed, 477.
-, -, Nathaniel, application for salary, 497.

Bophin, Lord. See Bourke, John.

Bordeaux claret, clandestine trade in, 479.

Boreman, James, master of the Tyger, 143.

Borrett (Borret), William, Solicitor for affairs of the Treasury and Crown Law Suits:
-, accounts of, preparation of, 510.
-, allowance in lieu of fees, 125, 362.
-, attending the Treasury, 19, 22, 68, 109.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 174, 191, 269, 360, 370, 376, 389, 439, 463, 514(2), 587, 592, 604.
-, and Lord Wenman's commission bill of charges, 578.
-, memorials and petitions, 585; for disbursements at Dr. Sacheverell's trial, 457, 565; re Mason, 598; re process against Mar, 586.
-, ordered to proceed against Mr. Mason, late Receiver of the Transports, 68; against William Richardson, 370.
-, payments to, 92; for expenses of Crown Law suits, 113, 198, 304, 430.
-, reports by, 440, 566, 570, 576, 581, 594.
-, representation by, 468.

Borrowstownness (Borrowstounness), co. Linlithgow, Customs establishment, 409; tidewaiters at, 216.

Borthwick, John, assaymaster of the Mint in the Tower, assaymaster at the recoinage in Scotland, 438; death of, 438; Mint in Edinburgh reorganized by, 438; widow and children of, petition in behalf of, 438.

Boscowen (Buscowen, Boscawen), Hugh, Warden of the Stannaries, allowance (as royal bounty) for holding convocations of tinners in Cornwall and Devon, 20, 298, 299; loans by, 299.

Bosewell. See Boswell.

Boston, co. Lincoln, 270; shipowners in, petition for lights on Hunstanton cliff, 174; ships trading to, contributions for lighthouses paid by, 174.

Boston, New England, bills of exchange drawn from, 126, 455; Indian sachems at, 551; pirates executed at, 389.

Boswell (Boswall, Bosewell), Thomas, boatman at Howden Pans, salary, 254.
-, -, Walter, counterwarden and comptroller of the Mint at Edinburgh, petition, 585, for additional salary, 438; trial of the Pix at Westminster attended by, 450.

Bothamsall, co. Notts, grounds belonging to, 131.

Bothmar, _, his regiment of dragoons. See Army—Flanders.

Boucher, Elizabeth, pension for, 184.

Boughton, Thomas, petition for lease of corn mills and manor of King's Cliffe, 372.
-, -, Thomas, [father of] Thomas, 372.

Boulmer (Bowmer), co. Northumberland, waiter and searcher at, 441.

Bound, John, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 365.

Bounty, for volunteers and impressed men for the army, 211; and see Royal bounty.

Bourdigues, Edouart, pension for, 538.
-, -, Jean Mase, pension for, 538.

Bourdon, Isaac, lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Bourk (Bourke, Burke), _, captain, plans for arsenal near Dublin made by, 6.
-, -, Sir James, captain en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, John, Lord Bophin, forfeited estate of, petition re, 566.

Bourne, co. Sussex, waiter, searcher and riding officer at, 353.

Bourne, Nicholas, lieutenant en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Boussac, Moses, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Bowden, Gregory, master of the Providence, 486.
-, -, William, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 498, 528.

Bowen, John, established tidesman, London port, condemned for murder, 167; petition for reward for discovering frauds in the Norway Office, 167, 565.

Bower (Bowers), Thomas, collector at Weymouth, his accounts of incidents, frauds re, 58, 61, 62, 63, 69; petition of, report on, 389; salary of, 389.

Bowes, Thomas, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Bowles, _, colonel, regiment of, men from Hotham's regiment transferred to, 285; officers en second, half pay for, 156.
-, -, James, son of Tobias, appointed collector of North Potomac, 320; petition of, report on, 320.
-, -, Tobias, 320.
-, -, William, in charge of keys of the Pix, Edinburgh Mint, expense for attending trial of the Pix at Westminster, 450.

Bowmer. See Boulmer.

Bowyer, Mr., petition referred to, 591.

Boyer, _, agent to Galway's regiment of dragoons, payment to, 209.

Boyle, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery, Receiver General of revenue from Fines of Alienations, 318; regiment of, carriages for, 183.
-, -, David, 1st Earl of Glasgow, Lord Register in Scotland, petition for additional fee as, 215; late Treasurer Deput, loss of pension as, 215.
-, -, Henrietta Constance, of Dublin, widow, petition for pension, 408; father of. See Delafaye, L.
-, -, Henry, Secretary of State:
-, ambassadors' bills allowed by, 184, 307, 351, 393, 422, 532, 535, 536.
-, appointment, revoked, 461.
-, certificate by, 467.
-, issues and payments to, 107; for secret service, 29, 359, 422, 502, 522.
-, lease of the Wilderness near St. James's Park to, 194, 321.
-, letter to, 117.
-, letters from, mentioned, 43, 352, 585(2), 594.
-, matter referred to, 583.
-, order of, 195.
-, papers from, 116.
-, and passengers (suspects) from abroad, 171, 352.
-, patent fee and salary, 400, 480.
-, warrant by, 276.
-, -, Juliana, countess and countess dowager of Burlington, Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, Richard, Viscount Shannon, expedition under, see Expeditions; Lieutenant General of Forces in Portugal, pay, 358; aides de camp to, pay, 358; Marine regiment of. See Marines.
-, -, Robert, Chancellor of the Exchequer, salary, 498.

Boynd, co. Banff, land, barony and thanedom of, 360.

Boyt. See Boit.

Brabant money, 381.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, Francis.

Bradford, _, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, 156.

Bradgate, Jervaise or Jarvise, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), co. Leicester, 138, 500; petition for extraordinary charges, 524.

Bradley, co. Suffolk, 311.

Bradninch, co. Devon, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, lease of messuages in, 453.

Bradshaw, John, receipts for House duties, co. Herts., signed by, 173.
-, -, Samuel, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), co. Derby, 137, 499.

Brag. See Bragg.

Bragard, _, major and captain in Magny's regiment, prisoner of war, 211; subsistence, 210.
-, -, Cyprus, lieutenant colonel, report from Ireland re, 511.
-, -, Cyrus, major, petition for pension, 252.

Bragg (Brag), Benjamin, a prisoner at large, 56.
-, -, Robert, chaplain to the town and garrison of Portsmouth, petition for ornaments for the Royal Chapel, 440, 585, 586.

Braint, John, Provost of the Moneyers of the Mint in the Tower, petition of, 550.

Brancaster, co. Norfolk, boatmen at, 270; Fresh Marshes of, 321.

Brand, Sir Alexander, contractor with the Government of Scotland for buying firelocks, petition, 305; partner of. See Hamilton, Sir G.
-, -, Thomas, writer and embellisher, payment to, 438, 468, 585; petition, 585.

Brandy, duty on. See Customs, duties; permit to reduce, to proof, 219, 251.

Brass, Sarah, housekeeper of the Queen's house at Greenwich, pension for, 413.

Bray, co. Berks, manor of, gamekeeper of, 142.

Bray, John, Receiver General of duties on Houses, co. Notts. 499.

Brazier, 63, 71.

Brazil, East India goods sold in, 305.

Breach, William, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, dismissed, 417.

Bread for the army. See Army; price of. See Prices.

Bread waggons. See Army.

Brecon:
-, Chief Justice. See Banastre, W.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Powell, C.; Surveyor of. See Vaughan, J.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Powell, C.
-, Second Justice. See Cox, C.

Brent Pelham, co. Herts., House duties for, 173.

Brentford, co. Middlesex, candle duty in, officers proposed for, 253; candle trade of, 253.

Brerewood, Thomas, army debenture made out to, 373.

Breton (Bretton, Briton, Britton, Britain), Clement, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), co. Rutland, 139, 499.
-, -, Richard, comptroller of Petty Customs, Pretermitted Customs and Keeper of the Cocquet Seal, London port, payments to, 421.
-, -, [William], brigadier:
-, pay, 501.
-, regiment of (regiments under):
-, clothing and accoutrements, 352.
-, discontinued, 286.
-, encamped on the Isle of Wight, 39.
-, going to sea, 97.
-, issues for, 96, 97; for subsistence, 2, 39, 135, 162, 209, 220, 358, 421, 501.
-, levy money for, 25.
-, offreckonings, 286, 352, 353.
-, taken prisoner at the battle of Almanza, 330, 353.

Brewer, Mr., 596.

Brewers, credit to, 16; frauds by, 227; and high prices, 88; in the Bills of Mortality, 253. See also Plymouth, Portsmouth.

Bridgeman, Charles, collector in Exeter port, 471.

Bridger, John, Surveyor General of woods in America (the Plantations), 122; deputy to, in New Hampshire, 123, and see Armstrong, Robert; to instruct Palatines in manufacture of naval stores, 123, 149; warrant to, 175.

Bridges. See Byfleet, Tweed, Weymouth

Bridges. See Brydges.

Bridgestock. See Brigstock.

Bridgetown, Barbados, four and a half per cent. duty at, waiters for. See Crofts, E.; Robertson, J.

Bridgwater port, co. Somerset, tidesmen at, 194.

Brighton, co. Sussex, comptroller and searcher at, agent for, 514; riding officers at, 404.

Brigstock (Bridgestock), co. Northampton, manor of, lease of, 222.

Briscoe, Henry, tidesman in fee, 579.

Bristles, importation of, 222, 250.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 451.
-, candle duty in, officers for collecting, 253.
-, House duty (Window Tax) in, Receiver General of. See Hutchings, B.; Surveyor of, see Hutchins, R.; Pemburge, _.
-, Land Tax in, Receiver General of. See Hutchins, B.
-, mayor and aldermen of, ground belonging to, 255.
-, merchants of, 154, 253, 504, 553.
-, port:
-, the Back, place called, 255.
-, Customs House, inconvenience of and proposal to rebuild, 255.
-, Customs officers, drowned, relief for their widows and children, 325.
-, boatmen, 353, 566.
-, collectors, 191, 219, 253, 388; and see Sansom, J.
-, comptroller of, surrender of office, 453.
-, gauger of wine, honey, oil, &c., in, patent for, 174.
-, landwaiters, 160, 193, 320, 576; inconvenient accommodation in the Customs House for, 255.
-, Queen's waiter, 554.
-, tidesmen (tidewaiters), 319, 472, 492.
-, surveyors and tidesurveyors, inconvenient accommodation in the Customs House for, 255.
-, management of, report on, 255.
-, outport orders at, allowance of ½% on payment of, 191.
-, packet boats to New York at, 241.
-, Prizage wine duty at, collection of, 191.
-, Quay at, 255.
-, trade of, great increase of, 191.
-, prisoner at, 304.
-, sheriffs of, inquisition before, 388.
-, ship condemned at, 174.

Bristol, bishop of. See Robinson, J.

Bristol Channel, French ship driven into, 133.

Britain. See Breton.

Briton, Britton. See Breton.

Broadhurst, John, porter attending the Exchequer Gate, payment to, 224, to executors of, 348.

Brockett, William, pension for, 513.

Broderick, Alan, Speaker of the House of Commons, Ireland, expense for, 144.

Brokerage, one per mil. on remittances abroad, 83.

Brokers, 556; (as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 32), 261; recommended for the Treasury, 567; and see Hart, M.

Bromfeild, John, ranger alias riding forester of New Forest, his fee, 402; payment to, 523.

Bromley (Bromly), Edward, lease of office of gauger of wine, honey, oil, &c., in Bristol port granted to, 174.
-, -, Jane, widow of Edward, petition for extension of her husband's lease, 174.
-, -, Thomas, captain lieutenant en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, William, Speaker of the House of Commons, equippage allowance, 107, 521; white plate for, 524.

Brookbanks, Mr., payment to, for clothing for the Duke of Savoy's troops, 141.

Brooks, George, master of the George, 505.
-, -, Mary, widow, et al., shipowners, 566.

Brough, James, lieutenant in Charlemont's regiment, his arrears, 565.
-, -, Walter, petitioner, 565.

Brougham, Thomas, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 138, 500; petition for extraordinary expenses, 565.

Broughton, John, chaplain to the Duke of Marlborough, petition, 565.

Brown (Browne), _, 17.
-, -, _, lease obtained clandestinely by, 372.
-, -, _, husband of Hannah, engineer in Spain, 565.
-, -, George, Surveyor of duties on Houses, London and Middlesex, 446.
-, -, Hannah, petition for discharge of her husband's account, 565.
-, -, John, administrator of Lieutenant Ball, petition, 566.
-, -, Robert, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments) for part of Norfolk, 137, 500.
-, -, Sir Robert, discharge of his baronetcy fees, 239.
-, -, William, lieutenant, 510; half pay on the Irish Establishment restored, 204.

Browning, James, captain of foot, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 260.
-, -, Richard, royal bounty for, 145.

Bruce, _, Muster Master General in Scotland, abuses committed by, 144.
-, -, Alexander, Earl of Kincardine, memorial from, 571.
-, -, Charles, lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Brudenal (Brudenell), _, regiment of. See Johnson.
-, -, [Thomas], lieutenant-general, widow of, petition for pension, 564

Bruen, _, chaplain going to the Leeward Islands, payment for passage, 478.
-, -, _, clerk, chaplain for Virginia, declines to go, 488.

Bruges, Belgium, Danish troops quartered at, issue for forage, 135.

Bruges alias Pride, Rebecca, royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.

Brunswick Luneburg, Duke of, convention with, 280; Envoy Extraordinary to. See Cresset, J.; Pooley, [E.].
-, -, prince of. See Augustus.

Brussels, Belgium:
-, Ambassador's bills dated at, 532.
-, General Cadogan at, 561.
-, loaves and flour at, losses on, 561.
-, Secretary at. See Laws, J. siege of, 532.
-, Victualling train for, loss of waggons and horses in, 562.

Bryan, Mary, affidavit against transportation of wool, 514.

Bryce, Thomas, riding surveyor at Beaumaris afterwards waiter and searcher at Ramsgate, 354, 417.

Brydges (Bridges), Mr., Receiver of Prizes, report by, 570.
-, -, Francis or Thomas, Comptroller of Newcastle port, appointment and salary, 496, 511.
-, -, [J.], Solicitor of the Customs, attending the Treasury, 57, 58; letter to, 558.
-, -, James, Paymaster of the Army Abroad:
-, accounts of, 5, 100, 213.
-, allowances in, 278.
-, fortnightly certificates of, 41, 427.
-, privy seals for, 16, 46, 100, 102, 346, 514.
-, state of, 12, 429.
-, weekly, 44.
-, attending the Bank of England, 1, 33, 105, 110.
-, attending the Treasury, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 20, 22, 24, 28, 34, 44, 45, 48, 51, 54, 73, 82, 88, 91, 97, 100, 101, 102, 110, 111, 112, 492, 540, 572; day appointed for, 34, 517.
-, bills drawn on, 19, 24, 25, 37, 44, 50, 52, 73, 96, 105, 113, 299, 339, 350, 418, 459, 470, 495, 502, 510, 520, 550; complaint of dilatory payment of, 478; proposal for discharging, 50.
-, clearings to be paid by, 113.
-, contingent warrants payable by, list of, 206.
-, demands on, by Receivers General of Land Tax, issues for, 98, 150, 153.
-, deputy paymasters to. See Cartwright, H.; Mead, J.; Morris, T.; Sweet, B.
-, directions to, 6, 17, 18, 35, 36, 51, 101, 113.
-, discount, commission and brokerage paid by, 17, 83, 110, 111.
-, exchequer fees paid by, allowance of, 279.
-, and Sir H. Furnese's accounts and bills, 24, 504.
-, gold (moidores) remitted from Lisbon to, 37, 96, 105, 107, 477, 479, 504.
-, interest surcharged on, 73.
-, issues to, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 20, 25, 48, 97, 98, 102, 134, 141, 143, 150, 162, 166, 170, 180, 181, 185, 187, 189, 195, 202, 205, 208, 214, 220, 223, 225, 232, 245, 246, 260, 267, 271, 272, 284, 285, 291, 326, 337, 338, 374, 416, 417, 428, 433, 436, 481, 505, 506; for anno 1711, 542, 551; in specie, 48.
-, letter of attorney from, 325.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 23, 27, 38, 91, 113, 193, 308, 327, 331, 352, 356, 433, 457, 463, 472, 474, 483, 492, 504, 510, 517, 555, 557, 559, 572, 574, 575.
-, loans by, 8, 284, 285, 551.
-, loans to, 73, 88, 91.
-, by the Bank of England, 1, 2, 21, 28, 29, 52, 84, 96, 109, 110, 111, 357, 422.
-, application for, 19, 105, 111.
-, interest and discount on, 556.
-, proposals for, 33, 35, 39, 50.
-, and loss by discounting exchequer bills, 104.
-, memorials of, 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 20, 22, 25, 28, 32, 34, 38, 44, 50, 73, 91, 97, 98, 101, 102, 105, 107, 110, 111, 112, 113, 338, 355, 474, 495, 507, 512, 520, 579, 598.
-, office of, debts of, 164, 540.
-, and officers en second, 101, 504.
-, payments by, 8, 22, 25, 40, 88, 91, 105, 111, 113, 130, 217, 295, 346, 382, 396, 403, 443, 482, 485, 506, 517, 556, warrants for, missing, 278.
-, remittances to, from the Irish Establishment, 10, 271, 419, 494, 579.
-, reports by, 161, 221, 286, 381, 498, 523, 569, 571, 575, 592, 597, 599, 601, 602.
-, salary of the Secretary at War paid by, 495.
-, scheme for disposing of remainder of supply communicated to, 19.
-, stoppages for arms by, 23.
-, and subsistence of prisoners in Spain, 113.
-, tallies and orders:
-, assignments or payments out of, 1, 2, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 28, 33, 36, 37, 43, 85, 91, 102, 105, 109, 110, 111, 113, 172, 176, 266, 284, 285, 290, 295, 296, 299, 300, 330, 336, 418, 442, 443, 444, 557; proposed, 33, 39, 50, 112.
-, interest and discount on, 24, 73.
-, loans on, 8, 19, 21, 28, 29, 35, 39, 50, 52, 85, 88, 91, 109, 110, 111, 266, 299, 357, 442, 443.
-, not to be disposed of without particular directions, 554.
-, undisposed funds in his hands, 38, 42, 428.
-, warrants to, 495, 517, 556.
-, -, Thomas. See above Francis.

Bryer, Thomas, butcher of New Windsor, lease of land in Eton to, 548.

Bubb, John, of Bristol, deceased, 451.
-, -, Thomas, eldest son of John, instruction in the business of the Customs for, 451; petition for instruction as landwaiter in London port, 585.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

Buchanan, Mathew, chaplain to Carolina, passage money for, 372.

Buck, Thomas, tidesman on the 100 list, London port, petition for allowance granted to evidences, 479.

Buckeridge, Seaborne, Accountant for Prizes, salary payments, 309.

Buckhound fee. See Rockingham, Lord.

Buckingham, Duke of. See Sheffield, John.

Buckinghamshire:
-, House duty (Window Tax):
-, commissioners of, representation of, 164.
-, Surveyor of, complaint against, 164; and see Child, W.; Martin, J.; Osborne, W.
-, Receivers General of, warrant to, 256; and see Horton, A; Rogers, J.
-, Land Tax, Receivers General of. See Horton, A. and H.; Rogers, J.
-, royal game in, gamekeepers for, 142.
-, three Hundreds of, fee farm rents, 341.

Burch,_, petitioner, 597; and see Birch.

Burchell, Edward, riding officer in the Isle of Sheppey, removed to Lydd, salary, 403.

Burchett (Burchet, Birchett), Josiah, Secretary to the Admiralty:
-, copies of the Mutiny and Recruiting Acts for, 223.
-, letters from, mentioned, 117, 168, 173, 223, 359, 564, 572, 574, 576, 585, 587.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 9, 24, 73, 164, 328, 345, 363, 444, 454, 459, 466, 504, 594.
-, salary of, repayment of taxes on, 301.
-, -, Richard, surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Surrey, appointment and salary, 447.

Burgh, William, Attorney General of Ireland, payment to, 265; report re, 511.

Burglars, arrests and convictions, 250, 363, 415, 469; payments by sheriffs for, 433; rewards for, 468.

Burgoine (Burgoin), Thomas, collectorship of Falmouth declined by, 234.
-, -, William, collectorship of Plymouth declined by, 116.

Burgos, Spain, bills drawn from, 162, 232; prisoners of war at, 105, 110, 232, 247, 299.

Burke. See Bourk.

Burley in the New Forest, co. Hants., Bailiff of. See Paulet, Charles, Duke of Bolton; Somerset, Henry, Duke of Beaufort; grant and rent of Swainmote Courts, &c., 443.

Burlingham, co. Worcester, 354.

Burlington, Countess and Countess Dowager of. See Boyle, Juliana.

Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, payment to, 314, 515.

Burnham Deepdale, co. Norfolk, marshes of, lease of, 321.

Burnham Marsh in Ingoldsthorpe, q.v.

Burnham Norton, co. Norfolk, marsh and Common Marsh in, 321, 322.

Burnie, James, master of the Mary, 496, 528.

Burnit, William, deceased, insolvent. security, 509.

Burntbray. See Martin of Burntbray.

Burridge, Samuel, of Twirton, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), co. Devon, 137, 499.

Burrough, Hicks, underclerk in the House of Commons, payment to, 347.

Burrows _, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Mary, widow of Thomas, petition for restoration of pension, 257.
-, -, Thomas, major of Pearce's regiment, 257.

Burslem, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Stafford, extraordinary charges of, 522, 526.

Burston, George, colonel, his losses in Spain, 566.

Burt, Edward, Admiralty official, repayment of tax on salary, 301.
-, -, William, instruction in business of the Customs in any Dorsetshire port, 349.

Burton, Bartholomew, annuity order in the name of, renewal of, 515.
-, -, Lancelot, appointed first clerk to R. Robartes, teller of the Exchequer, 96, 496; a manager of 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129.
-, -, Samuel, Receiver of the revenues of the late Savoy Hospital, state of his accounts, 175.
-, -, Thomas, petitioner for employment as copying clerk in the Custom House, 454, 584.

Bury, John, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments), co. Nottingham, 139; extraordinary charges, 219.

Bury St. Edmunds (Bury), co. Suffolk, 240, 311; candle duty in, officers for, 253.

Buscowen. See Boscowen.

Bush, Ann, widow, petitioner, 584.
-, -, Joice, petitioner, 585.

Bushey Park, co. Middlesex, tree planting in, 166, 231.

Bussy, _ de, petitioner, 603.

Bute, Scotland, Surveyor of window duties. See Renton of Inverary.

Butler, _. a prisoner, 56.
-, -, Mr., and process in the Remembrancer's office, 55.
-, -, Charles, Earl of Arran, his troop of Guards, silver trumpets for, 474.
-, -, James, Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (Lieutenant General and General Governor), 464, 489.
-, allowance, 508.
-, attending the Treasury, 100, 106.
-, Chief Governor, 508.
-, matter referred to, 600.
-, petition, 593; to be reimbursed Exchequer fees on his rent for Prizage duty, 440.
-, reports by, 582, 601.
-, royal bounty to, for equipage and voyage to Ireland, 489.
-, Secretary to. See Southwell, Mr.
-, warrant to, 508.
-, -, John, et al., highwayman and coiners apprehended by, payment for, 471.
-, -, Mary, Duchess of Ormonde, Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, Richard, merchant of New Ross, stay of process against, 269.
-, -, Theobald, lieutenant en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Thomas, captain, petition dismissed, 585.

Butterworth Haggs in Sherwood Forest, q.v.

Butts, Daniel, commissary for transporting Irish soldiers to France (1691 and 1692), Exchequer process against administratrix of, 47.
-, -, John, petition for pension, 585.

Byde, Thomas, Judge Advocate:
-, additional allowance, 183.
-, letter to, 304.
-, petition of, 598; for a deputy in Scotland, 261.

Byerley (Byerly), Thomas, Collector and Receiver General of the revenue in New York:
-, illegal proceedings against, petition for stopping, 128.
-, salary during his suspension, petition for, 151, 485; Blathwayt's report on, 566, 579, 585.
-, suspended by Lord Cornbury and restored by Lord Lovelace, 152, 571.

Byfleet, co. Surrey, manor or lordship of:
-, lease of, to Sir J. Jennings, 106, 539.
-, park, mills and coney warren upon the heath near, leased to the Earl of St. Albans, 539.
-, valued in the Commonwealth Survey, 539.

Byfleet bridge, co. Surrey, repairs to, 539.

Byles, William petitioner, 585.

Byng (Bing), Sir George, afterwards Viscount Torrington, admiral, 594.
-, attending the Treasury, 31(2).
-, French man of war captured by, 370.
-, letter in behalf of Mr. Rider, 598.
-, letter to, 370.
-, memorial of, 31.
-, in the Straits, orders of, 247.
-, transport under command of, 331.

Byrd, William, son of William, Receiver General of the Revenues in Virginia, authority to retain a further 2 per cent. (above the 3 per cent. allowed him) on all moneys received, 145.
-, -, William, Receiver General of the Revenues in Virginia, his 2½% allowance, 145; state of his accounts at his death in 1704, 529.

Bythell, Francis, Deputy Auditor of Imprests, certificates and reports, 251, 333, 369.