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C

Cabinet council, matter referred to, 35.

Cadogan, William, Brigadier, Major General and Lieutenant General:
-, Aide de Camp to, payment for, 397.
-, at Brussels, 561.
-, contracts for forage with, 135(2).
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 532; ordinaries and extraordinaries, 530, 531.
-, illness of, 532.
-, pay increase, from Brigadier to Major General, 397.
-, serving in Flanders, 396, 397.

Cæsar's Chapel. See London, Tower of.

Cairns (Carne, Cairnes), Sir Alexander, Palatines shipped back to Holland by, 149, 153, 260, 269.
-, -, William, captain lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Cairon (Carron), John, chaplain, going to Virginia, passage money for, 470, 478.

Caithness, Scotland, Customs Establishment for, 409; General Riding Surveyor, 126; window duties, surveyor of, see Dunbarr of Bomeden, P.

Calcino. See Columba.

Calder, John, lieutenant in Howe's regiment killed at Oudenard, children of, relief for, 437, 461, 580, 586, trustee for, 587; widow of, her bounty, 437.

Caldicut, _, appointed Supervisor [of riding officers] of the Eastern Division in Kent, 354.

Caldwell, Elizabeth, pension for, 287.

Cale, John, Customs officer, seizure of wines by, 537.

Calicoes, cargo of, 305; duties on. See Customs—duties.

Calimo. See Columba.

Callaghan (Callagham),_, petition and report, 49, 586.
-, -, Charles, captain, petition for subsistence, 115; report on, 580.

Callow, _, petitioner, 597.
-, -, Thomas, tidesman on the 100 list, London port, petition for allowance granted to evidences, 479.

Calshot, co. Hants., customs sloop, 160.

Calvin, water of. See Clydesdale.

Calvin. See Columba.

Cambridge carrier. See Martin and Norton, Elizabeth.

Cambridge University:
-, Emanuel College, issue for, 37; Master and Fellows of, payment on their perpetuity, 401.
-, House duties, Receiver General for. See Richers, T.
-, Professor of Physic. See Green, Dr.
-, Reader of Law in. See Ayloffe, T.

Cambridgeshire:
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Richers, T.; Surveyors of. See Percivall, W.; White, J.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Millicent, J.; Richers, T.

Camock, George, captain of H.M.S. Speedwell, salvage money paid to, 436.

Campaign of 1708, unusual length of, 130, 561.

Campbell, _, captain, his company, 571; in Kerr's regiment, 327.
-, -, _, memorial re salt making, 567.
-, -, _, lieutenant colonel, his defence of Xativa, 356; made prisoner and sent to Saquinsa, 356; petition for charges for subsisting prisoners, 356.
-, -, Alexander, a Lord of Session, Scotland, 229.
-, -, Archibald, Earl of Ilay (afterwards 3rd Duke of Argyll):
-, regiment of:
-, discontinued, 268.
-, levy money, 25.
-, muster rolls, 505.
-, new establishment, 289.
-, offreckonings, 286.
-, subsistence, 2, 45, 135, 162, 209, 220, 358, 433, 505.
-, -, David, payment to, 488.
-, -, Elizabeth, removed from the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
-, -, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Loudoun, Keeper of the Seal of Scotland, his allowance, 306; money due to, 53; royal bounty for, 84, 414.
-, -, James, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, goldsmith, gold and enamelled collars of the Orders of the Thistle and St. Andrew delivered into the Jewel House by, 399; payment to, 36.
-, -, John, contractor for forage to troops in Scotland, 46, 47, 436, 586.
-, -, John, 2nd Duke of Argyll, pension out of the Post Office for, 554.
-, -, Margaret, removed from the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
-, -, Robert, appointed comptroller and Surveyor of Ayr, 292.

Campbeltown (Campbelltown), co. Argyle, Customs Establishment, 411; tidewaiter at, 216.

Canada, [expedition to]. See Expeditions; protection against the French in, 148; and New York, country between, Indians in, 276.

Canary Islands, merchants, case of, 567; wines from, seizure of, 512, 522, 537.

Canby, Henry, customs officer at Harwich, seizure by, 154, 311.
-, -, Henry, searcher, London port, gold seized by, 418.

Candles, for coal pits, 253; makers and sellers of, 253.

Candles, 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), 332.
-, additional allowance and clerk for the Comptroller of Excise and his deputy for, 106, 390.
-, bill for, draft of, 191.
-, collection of:
-, by Customs officers, not practicable, 253.
-, officers for, appointment of 48 for London and 40 for the cities and great towns, 253; cost of total establishment, 253; recommended, 288; salary bills for, 344, 366, 471.
-, credit of 500,000l. granted by Parliament on, 216, 427.
-, general surveyors, 253.
-, increased business of the Solicitor of Excise occasioned by, 328.
-, loans on, 21(2), 42, 216, 376; interest on. See Interest; issues out of, 260, 263, 295, 338, 384, 422, 427, 506.
-, management of, commissioners for. See Excise Commissioners; scheme for, 12, 216, 253.
-, office, incidents bills, 366, 486.
-, proposal re, 576.
-, tallies and orders on, assigned and deposited, 30, 42, 43, 88, 91, 99, 102, 109, 465, 545; in lieu of Land Tax tallies, 550; loans on, 14, 47, 83, 88, 91, 99, 102, 109, 365, 436, 465, 526, 545; not to be sold at a discount to the prejudice of public credit, 526, 546.
-, in Scotland, 12; Surveyor for, recommended, 340.

Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Tenison, T.

Canterbury, Prerogative Court of, administration of the Estate of George, Prince of Denmark, granted by, 519; Registry of, 519.

Capel, Algernoon, Earl of Essex:

Constable of the Tower of London, 402, 511.
-, death of, certificate of, 511.
-, executors of, payments to, 402, 421, 511.
-, regiment of, forage allowance, 125, 165.

Capiasad computandum, writ of, 512.

Carabine belts, 229.

Carbonel (Carbonnel, Carbonnall), Thomas, broker of London, exchequer bills discounted by, 52, his charges for, 556; recommended as broker to the Treasury, 567.

Carburton, co. Nottingham, 131.

Carcas, Carcass. See Carkasse.

Cardiganshire:
-, Chief Justice. See Whitaker, C.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Howell, G.; Surveyor of. See Williams, W.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Howell, G.
-, Second Justice. See Webb, T.

Cardonel (Cardonal), [Adam, Secretary to the Duke of Marlborough], attending the Treasury, 7; letter to, 461; matter referred to, 586; papers from, 502.

Cardosso, Phelipi, Spanish Commissary [at Ghent], certificate of, 561.

Caribbee Islands, Surgeon General of. See Owen, J.

Carkesse (Carcas, Carcass), Charles, Secretary to the Customs Commissioners:
-, appointment, approved by the Lord Treasurer, 4; patent, 151.
-, attending the Treasury, 57, 67.
-, letter from, 513.
-, letter to, 584.
-, petition re Prizage wine duty, 567.
-, Plantation and Western Clerk in the Customs, 159.
-, his report on the management of the Customs House at Bristol, 255.
-, Richardson's papers examined by, 80.
-, salary, 151.

Carleton. See Carlton.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, seizure of tallow near, 100, 514, 599.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.

Carlisle, Sarah, deceased, daughter of Anne Markland, expense of her funeral, 400.

Carlton, co. Lincoln, lands in, lease of, 203.

Carlton (Carleton), _, captain of [H.M.S. Mountague], prize taken by, 483.
-, -, Alexander, petitioner, 567; royal bounty for, 392, 555.
-, -, Guy, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 203.

Carmarthen, Marquis of. See Osborne, Peregrine.

Carmarthenshire:
-, Chief Justice. See Whitaker, C.
-, House duty. Receiver General of. See Howell, G.; Surveyor of. See Philips, R.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Howell, G.; Williams, D.
-, Second Justice. See Webb, T.

Carmichael, James, Lord Carmichael, (afterwards 2nd Earl of Hyndford), his regiment of dragoons, forage allowance, issue for, 125; petition of captains for, 165.
-, -, William, Solicitor General in Scotland, pension for, 204.

Carne. See Cairns.

Carnarvonshire:
-, Chief Justice. See Hook, J.
-, House duty, Surveyor of. See Jones, W.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Casswell, J.
-, Second Justice. See Jessop, W.

Carolina, chaplain for, 372. See also South Carolina.

Carpenter, _, petitioner, 587.
-, -, [George], major general: payment to, for contingencies, 183.
-, petition of, 522.
-, regiment of, carriages for, 183; forage allowance, 125, 165; lieutenant of, respited pay of, 177; on the establishment of 5,000 men for sea service, 125.
-, -, John, a Commissioner of Transports (1689–1702), deceased, 281.
-, -, Nathaniel, agent to Caulfield's regiment, petition for removal of respits on offreckonings on the regiment, 464, 477, 571.

Carr, _, colonel, his regiment of dragoons, petition of captains for forage allowance, 165.
-, -, John, captain en second in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Thomas, laceman, petitioner, 567.
-, -, Thomas, M.P. in the Irish Parliament, Cursitor or Clerk and Engrosser General of all Original Writs out of Chancery in Ireland (Cursitor of Exchequer Writs), payment to, in compensation of loss of profits of his office, 258.

Carrick, co. Ayr, Surveyor of Window duties. See Stewart of Tintilock, T.

Carrickfergus, co. Antrim, regiment embarked for, 326.

Carron, John. See Cairon.

Carron (Carrum), co. Stirling, 508.

Carstens, Peter, master of the Prince George, 505.

Carter, Anne, widow of a Customs officer, bounty for, 325.
-, -, John, serjeant at Arms, Ireland, renewal of his mace, 294.
-, -, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Lancaster, appointment and salary, 446.

Carthy, Richard, report from Ireland on, 510.

Cartwright, [Henry, captain], Deputy Paymaster to the Army Abroad (at Antwerp, in Flanders):
-, accounts of, to be transmitted every fortnight, 41, 427.
-, allowances of, as Deputy Paymaster, 7; for carriage of money, 7.
-, attending the Treasury, 7.
-, orders of loan on Low Wines assigned by, 325.
-, payments for bread and forage by, 482.

Cary, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of (1684–1688), 161, 369.
-, -, Dorothy (Darthoy), Lady Falkland, pension for the maintenance of her three children, 127.
-, -, Rebecca, Lady Falkland, executors of, stay of process against, 161, 369.

Cason, Mrs., her lodgings in Denmark House, repairs at, 230.
-, -, William, captain en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Cassell, Nicholas, lieutenant, petition for restoration of pension, 195; report on, 510.

Casseres, Francisco de, petitioner, 579.

Cassilis, Countess Dowager of. See Kennedy, Margaret.

Casswell. See Caswell.

Castle Dawson, co. Londonderry, 197.

Caswell (Casswell, Caswall), George, certificate by, 419.
-, -, James, Receiver General of Land Tax for cos. Monmouth, Anglesea, Merioneth and Carnarvon, 139.
-, -, John, payments to, 246, 310, 550.

Catalan regiments. See Army—Spain (regiments).

Catalonia, army in. See Army—Catalonia.

Catcott, Alexander, Surveyor of duties on Houses, Southwark, appointment and salary, 447.

Cater, Everard, petition for a stop to be put to payment of Mr. Crow's salary, 567.

Cathcart, Thomas, captain en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Catherine of Bragança, (the Queen Dowager, the Queen Mother), jointure of, 221, 231, 248, 344; leases by, 323, 372, 539; servants of, payments to, 240, 311; trustees of, lease by, 405.

Caulfield (Cawlfeild), Sidney, report from Ireland, 510.
-, -, Toby, colonel:
-, payment to, 207.
-, regiment of, (afterwards Col. Creighton's), 197.
-, agent to. See Carpenter, N.
-, captains of, petition re stoppages for arms, 197.
-, carriages for, 207.
-, embarked for Dublin, transportation charges, 326.
-, offreckonings, petition for removal of respits on, 464, 571.
-, -, William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, regiment of, lieutenant in, 565.

Cavallier (Cavalier), _, colonel, regiment of, clothing, arms and pay (1706), 381.
-, -, John, colonel of foot, his allowance on the Irish Establishment, 259, 293.
-, -, Peter, lieutenant of foot, his allowance on the Irish establishment, 259.

Cavan, Earl of. See Lambart, Charles and Richard.

Cave, John, letter and petition, 586, 587.

Cavendish, Rachel, Duchess of Devonshire, Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, William, 2nd Duke of Devonshire, gilt plate issued to, 307.
-, -, William, Duke of Newcastle, grant of park in Sherwood Forest to, 132.

Cavers. See Douglas of Cavers.

Cawthorp, Thomas, petition for stay of process, 509.
-, -, [William], father of Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for part of Lincolnshire, his debts, 509.

Ceremonies, Master and Assistant Master of. See Cotterell, Sir Clement and Sir Charles.

Chafe Wax Office. See Chancery, Court of.

Chain and medal, issue of, from the Jewel Office, 223.

Chairs, for the Court of Wards, 120; State Chair for the Drawing Room, 120.

Challoner (Chaloner), Edmund, a Commissioner of Appeals and Regulating the Excise, superseded, 281.
-, -, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Radnor, appointment and salary, 446.

Chamber, The:
-, accounts of, weekly certificates of, 43.
-, messengers of:
-, attending the Customs and Lord Treasurer.
-, See Thorrowkettle, J.
-, case of, 592.

Clerks of the Cheque to, 53; attending the Treasury, 53, 55, 591, 597; bills examined and signed by, 56.
-, estimate of expense of, required, 451.
-, issues for, 18, 403.
-, journeys of, 266, 468.
-, petition for disbursements, 591.
-, prisoners in custody of, 55, 56; allowances for, 56; disallowed, 56; kept in partnership, 56.
-, reward for, 428.
-, And see Ashurst, _; Barton, F.; Chancey [Chanceise, J.]; Collins, G.; Elcock, _; Hill, [N.]; Wilcox, [N.]; Young, R.
-, Treasurer of (Viscount Fitzhardinge):
-, accounts of, payments disallowed by auditors of, 437.
-, clerk to. See Girandeau, Moses.
-, issues to, 5, 18, 30, 84, 112, 121, 157, 266, 355, 359, 403, 416, 417, 424, 467, 540, 550; Privy Seal for 50,000l., 355.
-, letter to, 451.
-, locks for, 84.
-, memorials, 40, 579.
-, office of:
-, allowance to Master of Ceremonies paid out of, 521.
-, T.M. XXIV.—
-, Comptroller of, matters referred to, 157; and messengers' accounts, 56; and see Vanburgh, W. estimate of annual charge of, required 451.
-, salaries (of servants and officers), issues for, 30, 359, 403, 467, 550.
-, payments by, 142, 163, 260, 465, 540.
-, stationery for, 84.

Chamberlain (Chamberlayn), John, petitioner, 586(2).
-, -, William, collector of Poole, and Richardson's frauds, 64.

Chambers, Robert, master of the Endeavour, 119.
-, -, Thomas, a trader in Newcastle, Salt duty frauds by, 243; petition for release from prison, 301, 586.

Champante, Samuel, landwaiter Bristol port, appointed to London port, 160(2).

Chanceise, J. See Chancey.

Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Exchequer Receipt.
-, -, Ireland. See Savage, P.

Chancery, Court of:
-, Chafe wax Office, 228.
-, decrees of, 230, 393.
-, masters in Chancery (eleven), accounts sworn before, 323; issues and payments (for salaries), 36, 202, 330, 374, 420, 529.
-, originals transcribed out of, fees for executing, 402, 520.

Chancey [Chanceise, J.], a messenger, prisoner committed by, 56.

Chandler, George, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Chandlers (wax and tallow), appointed Excise Officers for candle duties, 253; number of and their places of residence, 253.

Chapel Plate, issue of, 538.

Chapel Royal, children of, liveries or suits for, 405, 538; gentlemen of, issue for, 8.

Chapeman. See Chapman.

Chaplains:
-, for the Plantations, 67, 84, 89, 106, 118, 123, 157, 168, 186, 205, 218, 265, 272, 346, 372, 470, 478, 488, 526, 595, 597.
-, in the Army. See Army.
-, in the Navy. See Navy.

Chapman (Chapeman), Thomas, postmaster of St. Albans, his arrears, 396; Surveyor of duties on Houses (Window lights), co. Herts., 396, 538, appointment and salary, 293, 446.

Chappel Lands, co. Norfolk, lighthouse on, 423.

Charities. See Royal Bounty.

Charlemont, Viscount. See Caulfeild, William.

Charles, Landgrave of Hesse Cassel:
-, regiments and troops of.
-, See Hessians.
-, subsidies to:
-, additional, 85, 336.
-, conventions for, 279, 280.
-, issue, remittances, payments for, 85, 279, 336, 374, 375, 378, 470.
-, old, 336.

Charles, Prince of Denmark, brother of the King of Denmark, agent for. See Hugh, J. G.
-, annuity for renouncing his claim to the bishopric of Eutin, 45, 432, 436, 547.

Charles I, King of England, bridge over the Tweed built by, 547; as Prince of Wales, grant in trust to, 329.

Charles II, King of England, 311. grants by:
-, allowance for repairing Weymouth bridge and harbour, 404.
-, annuities and pensions, 197, 271, 437, 468, 475, 525, 526, 528.
-, lands in Whitehall, 305.
-, lease, 406; in Wychwood Forest, 235.
-, park in Sherwood Forest, 132.
-, loans to, 360.
-, sale of fee farm rents ordered by, 240.

Charles III, King of Spain (his Catholic Majesty):
-, campaign of, 107.
-, court of, Resident at. See Craggs, J.
-, foreign forces raised for, 394.
-, Minister (Envoy) from, 52, 590; and see Sormannus, F.
-, officers in service of, 328, 394.
-, services to, 333.
-, subsidy to, anno 1706 (103,530l.), 381; issues and payments, 53, 328, 333, 381, 454, 537.

Charles XII, King of Sweden, his relationship to George, Prince of Denmark, 519.

Charles Frederick, Duke of Holstein, son of Hedwig Sophia, Duchess of Holstein, 519.

Charlton (Charleton), Sir Francis, Sheriff of Herefordshire, payment to, 52; surplusage on his accounts, 415.
-, -, John, Master of the Jewel Office, certificate by, 511; warrants to, 120, 223, 270.

Charnock, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, fee and allowance, 369.

Charters of Scotland. See Scotland.

Chatauvieux, Gaspard, captain of foot, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.

Chater, Isabella, petition for royal bounty, 566.

Chatham, co. Kent:
-, Chest at. See Navy—Chatham Chest.
-, dockyard, issues for, 98, 506.
-, fortifications at, purchase of lands for. See Portsmouth.
-, ordnance works at, issue for, 120.
-, ships at, 481.

Cheesemongers, [Company of], must pay their bills of exchange in specie, 598.

Chelsea Hospital:
-, accounts of, allowance of fees and charges for passing, 162.
-, admission to, petition for, 571.
-, clothing charge, 182.
-, debts of, 182.
-, estimate for, 111.
-, fund for support of, not sufficient in war time, 332.
-, great charge of maintaining, 182.
-, invalid outpensioners, issue for, 206, 264.
-, outpensioners (called the 12 penny outpensioners):
-, arrears due to, petition for, 555, 604.
-, funds for, not sufficient in war time, 332.
-, issues for, 33, 102, 332, 361, 466.
-, poundage and day's pay deductions for, 268, 455, 466, 518.
-, state of, 102.

Cheque, clerk of the. See Chamber.

Cheshire:
-, Chief Justice. See Jekyll, Sir J.
-, Crown Lands, Receiver of.
-, See Peck, D.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.; Surveyors of. See Bacon, W.; Lockwood, H.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of, form of accounts kept by, suggested adoption of, throughout Great Britain, 503; and see Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.
-, Second Justice. See Pocklington, J.
-, Sheriffs of. See Delves, T.;
-, Hurleston, C.; Wright, L.

Chester, 549.
-, city and county, House duties, Receiver General of.
-, See Conway, E.; Land Tax, Receiver General of.
-, See Lloyd, T.
-, port of:
-, customs officer, 417.
-, new places for delivery of goods in, commission for assigning, 158.
-, tidesurveyor at, 234.
-, waiter and searcher at, 472.
-, regiments embarked at, 326.

Chester, bishop of. See Dawes, Sir William.

Chester Herald. See Mawson, C.

Chetty. See Chitty.

Chetwynd (Chetwind), John, Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy (at Turin):
-, attending the Duke of Savoy's army in the field, 317.
-, and Bankers at Turin, 587.
-, his bills of exchange, 249, 291; complains of non-payment of, 492.
-, brother of. See below William.
-, extraordinaries, 534.
-, field equipage allowance, 317.
-, his financial straits, 362.
-, letters to, 194, 233, 315, 362.
-, ordinary, 530.
-, payments to, 213, 249, 352.
-, presses for payment of whole of Duke of Savoy's subsidy, 316.
-, -, William, brother of John, Resident at Genoa:
-, bills of exchange, 249.
-, complains of non-payment of, 492.
-, for corn, 339.
-, issues for, 9, 10, 19, 25, 88, 135, 166, 205, 208, 220, 232, 271, 291, 299, 358(2), 505.
-, not to exceed 20,000l. a month, 25, 339.
-, contract for remittances with Messrs. Columba and Calimo (20,000l. a month), 45, 194, 339, 478.
-, extraordinaries, 533, 534.
-, letters to, 339, 478, 520, 559.
-, ordinary, 531.

Cheyny, Mr., Excise officer, 114.

Chichester, co. Sussex, boatmen, 269, 319; riding officers, 354; supervisor of, 404.

Chichester, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Donegal, his regiment (afterwards Gorge's), in Ireland, 524; officers of, petition of, 524, 599, 600.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher at Gravesend, deputy to, 234.

Child, Benjamin, of Abingdon, bankrupt, 323.
-, -, Sir Francis, as to advancing money for the Duchess of Buccleuch, 26.
-, -, Leonard, Receiver General for House duty and Land Tax, co. Surrey and Southwark, 138, 215, 243, 499.
-, -, William, Surveyor of House Duties, co. Buckingham, appointment and salary, 445.

China ware, duties on. See Customs—duties.

Chirurgeon's instruments, 209.

Chitty (Chetty), Josiah, a wine taster, London port, allowance received by, 106, 547.

Chocke (Choke), Alexander, chief clerk to the Commissioners for stating the debts of William III, payment to, 452.

Chocolate, duties on. See Customs--duties.

Cholmondely (Cholmley), Mr., attending the Treasury, 108; petitioner, 598.

Christening gifts from the Queen, 490(2), 510, 525.
-, -, Anne, widow, royal bounty for, 555; petition for pension, 566, 567.

Christian V, king of Denmark, brother of George, Prince of Denmark, 519; children of, 519.

Christianus Augustus, Duke and administrator of Holstein, 519.

Christ's Hospital. See London and Westminster—streets and places.

Chrystie, David, of Bergen, letter from, 527.

Church, William, customs officer at Cley, appointed boatman at Brancaster, 270; frauds discovered by, 270.

Church goods, issued by the Great Wardrobe, 121.

Church Marsh in Holme, q.v.

Church of England, ministers of, in the Isle of Man, issue for, 37; preacher's stipend, 400.

Churchill, _, colonel, regiment of (late Johnson's late Brudenell's), 153, 180; arms and tents delivered back into the Ordnance Stores in Spain by, petition re, 566; valuation of, 153.
-, -, Mr., attending the Treasury, 100, 101, 103, 603.
-, -, Aunsham or Awnsham, bookseller, agreement with, 298; executor of George Churchill, 520; payment to, for printing 12th vol. of Rymer's Foœdera, 456.
-, -, Charles, colonel, regiment of, petition of Officers re respits and charges for tents and arms, 566.
-, -, [Charles], general, regiment of, clothing of, 12.
-, -, George, deceased, executors of, 520; Queen's house and park at Greenwich surrendered by, 520; trustee for George, Prince of Denmark, 520.
-, -, John, Duke of Marlborough, 437.
-, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, extraordinaries, 531; ordinary, 530.
-, army under, settlement of [post] stages between Ostend and, 226.
-, attending the Treasury, 7.
-, building work at Woodstock for, 15, 33; charges for, 315.
-, chaplain to. See Broughton, J.
-, convention for Imperial recruits signed by, 517.
-, expresses and messengers from, 342, 428, 537.
-, and forage contracts, 91, 482, 502.
-, fund for widows of Officers killed in Flanders under direction of, 461.
-, letter from, 601.
-, letter to, 482; mentioned, 91, 97, 502.
-, his lodgings at St. James's, 239.
-, matter referred to, 587.
-, Medina's statement of losses presented to, 130, 561.
-, pictures sent home by, 239. "Prince and Duke of Marborough," 561.
-, [secretary to]. See Cardonel, A. trumpeters attending, 167.
-, -, Joseph, colonel, his regiment of marines, 365.
-, -, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough:
-, Groom of the Stole and First Lady of the Bedchamber, issues to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, Keeper of the Privy Purse, issues to, 364, 371, 473, 492.
-, Mistress of the Robes, 311.
-, part of the Royal Garden granted to, value of, 276.
-, warrant by, 172.
-, -, William, an executor of George Churchill, 520.

Cinnamon, duties on. See Customs—duties.

Cinque Ports, Judge of the Admiralty in. See Randolph, H.; Lord Warden of. See Dorset, Earl of.

Civil List:
-, Act (1 Anne, c. 1) for, Crown rents and leases reserved under, 276, 292, 323.
-, arrears (to the Household) due for payment out of, 90.
-, cash in the Exchequer allocated or available for, 36, 40, 45, 49, 52, 67, 84, 106.
-, issues and payments out of, 13, 14, 15, 18, 23, 24, 33, 52, 89(2), 97(2), 121, 127, 130(2), 131, 157, 162, 165, 175, 177, 184, 186, 188, 201, 206, 212, 216, 222, 227, 231, 237, 253, 257, 264, 265, 280, 283, 294, 295, 301, 308, 311, 319, 324(2), 330, 331(2), 333, 338, 339(2), 341(2), 343, 344, 349, 359, 364, 370, 373, 383, 386, 403, 420, 424, 436, 442, 451, 457, 459, 467, 468, 473, 475, 481, 488, 491, 498, 502(2), 517, 521, 523(2), 547, 555, 558, 559, 604.
-, public officers financed out of, weekly certificates of accounts of, 43.
-, Queen Anne and, 36.
-, warrants for, signed, 106.

Clackmannanshire, Surveyor of window duties for. See Craigengelt of Gogar, C.

Clandestine trade. See Trade.

Clarencieux King at Arms. See Vanbrugh, J.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, Edward and Henry.

Claret. See Bordeaux Claret.

Claridge, William, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax for Warwickshire and Coventry, 139, 354, 500.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk), _, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, _, captain, petition for reward for seizing a French ship, 133.
-, -, _, nephew of Edmund, a commissioner for Hackney Coaches, to attend the Treasury, 567.
-, -, Mr., payment to, 502.
-, -, Edmund, petition to be restored as a commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 567.
-, -, Henry, Surveyor of window duties for Edinburgh and its precincts, 508.
-, -, John, appointed landwaiter at Falmouth, 193.
-, -, John, riding officer for wool business at Rottingdean, dismissed, 353.
-, -, John, memorial for a stamper's place, 567.
-, -, John, appointed waterman at Greenwich, 492.
-, -, Robert, petitioner, 604.
-, -, [Samuel], a commissioner of Customs, deceased, 61, 71, 94.
-, -, Samuel, Receiver General of House duties and Land Tax for Herefordshire, 138, 501; petition for extraordinary charges, 423, 444, 579.
-, -, Samuel, petition for employment, 567.

Clarkson, William, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 292.
-, -, William, appointed deputy to W. Talman, a Queen's waiter, London port, 547.

Claverie, John Augustus, captain lieutenant in Du Gassion's regiment in the French army, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 203.

Clay, George, deceased, his reversionary annuity, 182.

Clay Marshes in Salthouse, q.v.

Clayton, co. York, tithes of grain of, lease of, 322.

Clayton, Sir Robert, deceased, assignee of the Farmers of Post Fines, executors of, certificate for, 454; payment to, 433.
-, -, William, an Agent for Taxes: attending the Bank of England, 97.
-, attending the Treasury, 1, 18, 20, 23, 39, 54, 87(2).
-, draft of letter to all Receivers General of Taxes, approved, 39.
-, an executor of Sir R. Clayton, 433.
-, loan required by, 97.
-, a Manager of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, commission, 129.
-, and Mr. Mason's transport debt, 54.
-, payments to, 242, 317, 413; for salary, 127, 237, 398.

Clephane, David, clerk, chaplain going to Virginia, royal bounty to pay his passage charges, 218.

Clerkenwell Priory, co. Middlesex, lands of, grant of, 298.

Clerk. See Clark.

Clerks and Apprentices, duties on. See Apprentices.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Villiers, Barbara.

Cley, co. Norfolk, customs officer at, 270.

Cliddesdale. See Clydesdale.

Clifford, co. Hereford, lease of a messuage in, 221.

Clifford, [Hugh], Lord Clifford, et al., petition re grant of the Lot and Cope of Wirksworth, 566.

Clifton - Dartmouth Hardness, co. Devon, Corporation of, their perpetuity, 369.

Clignet. See Cliquet.

Clipping money, conviction for, 469.

Cliquet (Clignet), Mr., of Leyden, payment to, for postage, 351, 533.

Clisdale. See Clydesdale.

Clitherow, Christopher, plaintiff in a writ of error into Parliament, 546.

Clopstock, Hans, master of the Marguerita, 451.

Closet, clerk of the. See Younger, Dr.

Cloth. See Irish cloth, Linen cloth, Sail cloth, White cloth.

Cloth of State, for the chapel for the Ambassador to Russia, 542.

Clothiers:
-, Army. See Army—clothing. of Blackwell Hall, petition against the transportation of wool, 514.

Clothing:
-, Army. See Army.
-, for Chelsea Hospital and Invalid Companies, 182.
-, permit to ship, 320, 333.

Clough, Gervas, murder of, 575.

Clound, [Ireland], town and lands of petition for grant of, 256.

Cloves, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Clumber, river, 131.

Clumber Wood in Sherwood Forest, q.v.

Clutterbuck, Mr., 593.
-, -, Joseph, Agent and Consul General at Tunis, petition of, 373.

Clyde (Clyd), river, north and south side of, 508(2).

Clydesdale (Cliddesdale, Clisdale), co. Lanark:
-, on the north side of Clyde, from water of Calvin to the Devenshaw, Surveyor of window duties for. See Oliphant of Linlithgow, W.
-, on the south side of Clyde as far as Douglas, Surveyor of window duties for. See Gordon of Kirkonnell, J.
-, upper part of, about Crawford and Crawford John, Surveyor of window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Coal mines (pits), candles for, 253; and see Softley.

Coals, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Coast office. See Customs—London port.

Coastwaiters. See Customs—London port and Outports.

Coat and Conduct money. See Army—recruits.

Cob, Robert, tenant of Marshes in Ingoldsthorpe, 321.

Cobb Pier at Lyme Regis, q.v.

Cochran, Mr., memorial re Customs in Scotland, 567.

Cockburn, Archibald, chaplain going to the Leeward Islands, bounty for his passage, 478, 597.

Cockbush, (Chichester port), co. Sussex, boatmen at, 269, 319.

Cockerell (Cockerill), Daniel, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northampton, appointment and salary, 256, 446.

Cockermouth, co. Cumberland, merchants of, representation by, 179.

Cocks (Cockes, Crockes), James, annuity order in the name of, 219.
-, -, James, appointed tidesman at Newcastle, 234.
-, -, John, petitioner, 603.

Cocoa nuts and paste, duties on. See Customs—duties.

Cocquet Seal. See Customs—London port.

Coddars, Philemon, riding surveyor in the West Circuit, Scotland, deceased, 172.

Code, Thomas, surgeon at Falmouth, care of sick and wounded soldiers by, allowance for, 208, 209; petition re, 566.

Codfish, allowance on, in Scotland, 524; exportation of, 242, 301.

Codroy, Catherine, widow of Noah, petition for pension, 252.
-, -, Noah, captain, killed at the battle of Almanza, 252.

Coffee, duty on. See Customs—duties.

Coffee Houses. See London and Westminster—streets and places (inns).

Cofferer. See Royal Household.

Coggrave, Samuel, master of the Baltic Merchant, 505.

Coinage duty (money), 301, 551; and see Tin.

Coiners, arrested and convicted, 469, 471.
-, See also Counterfeiters.

Coins:
-, foreign. See Foreign coin.
-, left by George, Prince of Denmark, value of, 519.
-, of Scotland. See Scotland—charters.
-, wrecked, grant of, 390.

And see

Copper halfpence.

Crowns.

Deniers.

Dollars.

Eight, pieces of.

Farthings.

Florins.

Genoa crowns.

Groats.

Guilders.

Milreis.

Moidores.

Patacoons.

Pistoles (Spanish pistoles).

Reis.

Rix dollars.

Sols.

Stivers.

Coire, Switzerland, Ambassador's journey to, 532.
-, -, Thomas, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, christening gift to his child, 525; payment to, 327, 480, 488.

Coker, John, petitioner, 587.

Colbert (Colbart), Benjamin, appointed landwaiter at Hull, 492, 514.

Colby, Thomas, a Victualling Commissioner, and contracts for pork, 87; letter signed by, 144.
-, - Thomas, junior, a Commissioner for Transports, attending the Treasury, 54; commission, 376, 377; leave of absence for, 54.

Colchester, co. Essex, collector of, 308, 572; landwaiter at, 269, waiter and searcher at, 270.

Colchester, —, colonel, letter about abuses in Dean Forest, 567.

Cole, Christian, Secretary at Venice, extraordinaries, 531; ordinary, 295, 530.
-, -, Edward, Admiralty official, salary of, repayment of tax on, 301.
-, -, Sir Michael, a Commissioner for Prizes, payments to, 309.
-, -, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, extraordinaries, 531; memorial, 586, 587; ordinary, 531.

Coleman (Colman), _, clerk in Mr. Langton's office (Customs), and Richardson's frauds, 64, 65, 71, 72.
-, -, Nicholas, et al., merchants, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 219, 251.
-, - William, comptroller and surveyor at Dumfries, dismissed, 292.

Coles, George, under clerk in the House of Commons, payment to, 347.

Collar of S.S., 490.

College (Colledge), Edith, petition for relief, 567, 586; royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.
-, -, Stephen, riding officer at Hythe and Deal, removed to Folkestone, salary, 403.

Collet, Benjamin, distributor of stamps, co. Worcester, sureties of, stay of proceedings against, 222.

Collier, Elizabeth, Countess of Dorset, a Maid of Honour, her marriage portion, 357; payment to, 130.

Collingwood, _, major, widow of, memorial for payment of arrears, 567.

Collins, _, appointed copying clerk at the Customs House, 82.
-, -, _, victualling contractor, complaint against, 126; ships owned by, 126.
-, -, Charles, petitioner, 586.
-, -, George, a messenger of the Chamber, bearer of news of the surrender of Bethune, reward for, 43, 428.
-, -, Henry, captain, Elder Brother of Trinity House, ship valued by, 442.
-, -, James, tidesman at Weymouth, exchanged to Poole, 319.
-, -, John, boatman at Howden Pans, proposed, 254.
-, -, John, waterman, London port, removed, 353.
-, -, William, recommended for a landwaiter's place, 567.

Collusive captures. See Enemy.

Collusive trading. See Trade.

Colman. See Coleman.

Colnbrook, co. Buckingham, road opened between Datchet and, 301.

Cologne, Elector of, payments for troops, by warrant of William III, 378.

Colt, _, captain, bill of exchange drawn by, 209.

Columba and Calcino (Columba, Columba and Colimo, Columba and Calvin, Calcino and Columba), Messrs., bankers of Turin, contractors for remittances to Barcelona, 45, 194, 205, 220.

Colyear, Sir David, Earl of Portmore:
-, Commander in Chief of forces in Portugal, appointment, 443.
-, equipage and journey to Portugal, payment for, 443.
-, Irish and Spanish regiments and, 98.
-, letter to, 520.
-, musters in Portugal and, 102.
-, regiment of:
-, commanded by the Duke of Schomberg, 161.
-, disbursements for, on march from Winchester to Isle of Wight, 207.
-, for Holland, transportation charges, 161.
-, for and in Spain, 155, 161.
-, Officers of, most of them taken prisoners at Almanza, 161; petition of, re charges for arms, recruits, respits and transports, 161, 573, 574.
-, Officers en second of, half pay Establishment, 155.
-, removed from Establishment of Army in Spain and Portugal, 211.
-, sent to Portugal (1703), 161.
-, subsistence for, 211.

Combes, Daniel, petition in behalf of Officers en second, 555.

Commissaries. See Army.

Common, the, a marsh in Holme, q.v.

Common Pleas, Court of, Judges of, warrant for paying, by debentures, 421; proceedings in, proposed method of reforming, 288.

Commonwealth:
-, book of sales of Crown Lands, 388.
-, Survey in 1650, premises valued in, 539.
-, surveyors of Crown Lands, certificates by, 388.

Communion Plate, gift of, to Trinity Church, New York, 120.

Companies. See Cheesemongers.
-, Danish East India Co.
-, East India Co.
-, Eastland Co.
-, Royal African Co.
-, Royal Lustring Co.
-, Turkey Company.

Compton, Sir Francis, letter from, 587.
-, -, Henry, bishop of London:
-, communion plate delivered to, 120.
-, and the poor of London, 157.
-, letter from, in behalf of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, report on, 192.
-, letters from and to, re chaplains and schoolmasters for the West Indies, 67, 84, 89, 106, 173, 470, 476, 488, 588, 595(2); the Queen thinks they come very frequently, 597.
-, -, Spencer, Paymaster of the Queen's private pensions, charities and bounties. See under Pensions.

Conberg, Baron de. See Sparre, E. P.

Concordatums. See Ireland.

Conduits. See Queen's conduits.

Coneywarren. See Byfleet.

Confederate Army (Confederates in Flanders), 333, 338.

Confederate Fleets, 226.

Coningham, Mort., captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 203.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, attending the Treasury, 5, 10; payments by, for army clothing (1690–1691), 227; Vice Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of Revenues, Profits and Casualties in Ireland, revocation of patent, 370.

Conna, river, Scotland, fishing rent of, 369.

Connecticut, revenue of, instructions for borrowing from, for the expedition under Colonel Nicholson, 267.

Conolly, William, a Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, resigned, 84, 467.

Consent, John, appointed waiter and searcher at Hartlepool, 205.

Constats. See Crown Lands--Surveyor General.

Consuls and Consuls General. See Ambassadors.

Continued Impositions. See Customs—duties.

Continued Subsidies. See Customs--duties.

Contracts and Contractors. See

Army.

Exchange (remittances).

New River Water.

Naval Stores.

Navy.

Navy (victualling).

Post Office-Packet Boats (West Indies).

Prices—gardening contract.

St. Christopher.

Conventions. See Treaties.

Conveyances. See Ireland—Public Deeds.

Convoys, for ships carrying corn from Ireland, 159; signals of distress disregarded by, 127.

See also

Hamburg—tin.

Hamburg fleet.

Holland.

Lisbon.

Rotterdam convoy.

Turkey convoy.

West Indies.

Conway, Edward, Receiver General for duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), cos. Flint Chester, Denbigh and city of Chester, 138, 169, 500.
-, -, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 392, 555; petition for, 567.

Conyers, George, appointed tidesman, London port, 440.
-, -, Robert, 3rd Earl of Holdernesse, Steward and Bailiff of the Liberty of Richmond, payment of his fee, 231; petition for, 181.

Cook (Cooke), John, appointed tidesman, London port, 234, 440.
-, -, Sir John, Clerk of the Pipe, deceased, 224; executors of, payment to, 398, 399.
-, -, Richard, appointed tidesman at Lynn Regis, 205.

Cookham, co. Berks., manor of, royal game in, gamekeeper for, 142.

Cooper (Cowper), Agnata (Agneta), a woman of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 398, 488; royal bounty for, 356.
-, -, Dorothy, deceased, sister of Agneta, laundress to George, Prince of Denmark, debts of, 356.
-, -, John, Receiver General of Land Tax, cos. Northampton and Rutland, 138.
-, -, John, Surveyor (Surveyor General) of duties on Houses, co. Devon, 354; superseded, 342.
-, -, John, surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Sussex, 512; appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Warwick, appointment and salary, 512.
-, -, John, captain, payment for transport services, 318.

Cope. See Lot.

Copenhagen, ship of, 304.

Copleston, Mary, widow of a Customs officer, bounty for, 325.

Copper, importation of, 528.

Copper half pence and farthings, petition for licence and proposal to coin, 522, 568.

Corbett (Corbet), _, captain en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, Edward, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Stafford, appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, Thomas, Secretary to Admiral Aylmer, payments to, 11, 221, 247.

Corfe (Crof) Castle, co. Dorset, waiter and searcher at, 160, 319.

Cork Hill in Dublin, q.v.

Corker, John, riding officer at East Guilford, removed to New Romney, salary, 404.
-, -, Robert, Receiver and Paymaster of the moneys for buying tin in Cornwall and Devon.
-, attending the Treasury, 42, 43.
-, issues to, 89, 253, 469, 473.
-, loan by, 469.
-, money demanded by, to discharge the double coinage duty on tin, 42.
-, payments by, 157; in tallies and orders on tin, 479.
-, securities proposed by, 474; fees on, 482.

Corn:
-, duties. See Customs—duties.
-, exportation of, 116, 117, 133.
-, for the Army. See Army.
-, for deer, 489.
-, foreign, petition for leave to export, 116.
-, from Ireland, convoys for ships with, 159; Order in Council re importation of, 158.
-, price of, Act. 1 Jas. II, c. 19, for ascertaining, 159.

Corn mills, lease of, 372.

Cornberg, Baron de. See Sparre, E. P.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Edward.

Cornelissen (Corneilissen), William Henry, wool owner, 191, 197.

Cornforth, Cuthbert, weigher in Newcastle port, deceased, 492.

Cornish, Mr., contractor for [army] clothing, attending the Treasury, 11, 12.

Cornwall, county of, 521.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Manaton, F.; Surveyor of. See Jackson, G.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Manaton, F.
-, people of, not paid for labour on board the Prize ships, 275.
-, tin in:
-, agents for, 31.
-, Blowing Houses, General officer for inspection of, 29.
-, coinage duty on, 479.
-, farm of, annuity to be paid at commencement of, 525; memorial re, 603.
-, issue for buying, 253.
-, Receiver and Paymaster of moneys for buying. See Corker, R.
-, running and unlawful exportation of, prevention of, 29, 30.
-, tinners in:
-, contracts with, 469.
-, disorders by, 31.
-, Parliament or convocation of, 20, 299.

Cornwall, Duchy of:
-, Deputy Auditor of. See Tailer, J.
-, lands in, lease of, 203, 453.
-, pension, fees, salaries, &c., charged on, 21, 479.
-, Receiver (Receiver General) of, payments to, 21, 469, 479.

Cornwall, _, captain, R.N., letter from, mentioned, 360.

Cornwallis, Thomas, petitioner, 45, 580; royal bounty for, 392, 554.
-, -, Thomas, a manager of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129.

Corporations, troops quartered in, during parliamentary elections, 82, 83.
-, See also Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness.

Corrodies, reserved out of the Liberty of Richmond, 231.

Corsham. See Cosham.

Cort, Henry, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Durham, appointment and salary, 446; dismissed, 554.

Cose, Roger, lost money order in name of, 205.

Cosham (Corsham), co. Hants., riding officer at, proposed, 320; waiter and searcher at, 320.

Cossley, Richard, customer of Gloucester port, 147, 195.

Costa, Mr. d', at the Treasury, agreement for remittances with, 49.

Cotes, James, et al., rewarded for apprehending burglars, 415.

Cotesworth, Mr., recommendation by, 573.

Cotterell, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, grandfather of Sir Clement, 415; payment to, 184, 343.
-, -, Sir Clement, Master of the Ceremonies, father of Sir Clement, 415; payment to the executors of, 367.
-, -, Clement and Sir Clement:
-, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, patent revoked, 415.
-, Master of the Ceremonies, patent and salary, 415; payments to, 366, 414, 493, in lieu of allowances formerly payable out of the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 107, 521.

Cotton House and Gardens, Westminster, Act for vesting, in Her Majesty, payment of charges for passing, 386.

Cotton Library, Dr. Bently to make proposals for keeping, 31; charges for presses for, 339; petition for, 570; Trustees of, to report on the condition of the books and manuscripts, 31.

Cotton, Frances, petition for royal bounty, 567.
-, -, Sir John, payment to, on his perpetuity, 221.

Council. See Cabinet Council, Privy Council.

Counterfeit stamped paper and parchment. See Stamps.

Counterfeiters and diminishers of coin, prosecutions of. See Mint—money; rewards for apprehending, 468.

Country Mints. See Mint.

County towns, troops quartered in, during Parliamentary elections, 82, 83.

Court, Mariane de, pension for, 538.

Court Post. See Andrews, H.

Courtney (Courtenay), George, petition re seizure of a French ship, 286.
-, -, Nicholas, petition for a reversionary lease of the Post Coinages of tin (Post Groats), 30, 580.

Courtrai, West Flanders, Belgium, loss on change of money at, 562.

Couthorpe, James, under clerk in the House of Commons, payment to, 347.

Coutiers, _, lieutenant and quartermaster in Sankey's regiment, died in Portugal, 287.
-, -, Judith Julia, his widow, pension for, 287; her father, pension of, 287.

Couts (Coutts), John, merchant of London, petition for delivery of goods from the Baltic, 222.
-, -, Richard, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 490, 505.
-, -, Thomas, petitions for permit to unlade goods from the Baltic, 242, 250; for release of ships from quarantine, 293, 485, 497, 505.

Covenant, writs of, officer for engrossing, 270.

Coventry, co. Warwick:
-, Clerk of the Peace. See Wade, S.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Claridge, W.
-, Sheriffs of. See Pool, J.; Rushton, G.

Cowall, co. Argyle, tidewaiter at, 216.

Coward, William, colonel, petition for increased allowance on the Irish Establishment, 257; report on, 511.

Cowdery, Henry, payment to, 583.

Cowes, Isle of Wight:
-, Customs officers at, 569.
-, Customs yacht at, 160.
-, French privateer condemned at, 277.
-, Surveyor of Customs, 569.
-, tidesman and tidesurveyors, 160.

Cowley, Abraham, trustee for Henry, Earl of St. Albans, 240.
-, -, Peter, tidesman at Bristol, deceased, 492.

Cowper, George, lieutenant en second in Pierce's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, William, 1st Earl Cowper, his allowance as Lord Chancellor, 477, 597.
-, -, and see Cooper.

Cowries, cargo, 305.

Cox, Mr., et al., recommendation by, 573.
-, -, Charles, Second Justice of cos. Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, payments to, 36, 306, 420, 529.

Coxall, John, Receiver of Taxes, co. Lincoln, petition for extraordinary charges, 567.

Coyl. See Kyle.

Crabb, Thomas, junior, Excise officer, debt of, 286; father of, debt of, 286.

Crachrode, Mordant, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Crag, Mr., attending the Treasury, 14.

Craggs, Mr., attending the Treasury, 97; his estimates for the army in Spain, 107, 108, compared with Mr. Granville's, 108.
-, -, Alexander, lieutenant in Shovell's regiment of marines, payment to, 251.
-, -, James:
-, loans by, 243, 245, 291.
-, Resident at the Court of Charles III, King of Spain, extraordinaries and ordinary, 531.
-, trustee for loan by the Canton of Berne, 248, 249.
-, payment to, 291.

Craigengelt of Gogar, Charles, Surveyor of Window duties for Fifeshire, Kenross, Clackmannanshire and part of Perthshire below the Ockell Hills, 508.

Craigie. See Patterson of Craigie, J.

Craik of Duchrae, William, Surveyor of Window duties for Annandale, Eskdale, Ensdale, Widdesdale, upper part of Clydesdale and east part of Galloway, 507.

Cranburne, _, a prisoner, 56.

Cranburne Chase in Windsor Forest, q.v.

Cranford, _, of Edinburgh, protest against seizure of a ship, 117.

Craniford, Thomas, evidence against Captain Wade for frauds, petition for release, 466.

Craster, co. Northumberland, waiter and searcher at, 441.

Crawford, Andrew, Comptroller and Surveyor of Ayr, deceased, 292.
-, -, Anne, widow of David, payment to, 515, 587; petition of, 144.
-, -, David, Historiographer of Scotland, 144, 515.
-, -, [David], Commissary of the Musters:
-, clerk to, attending the Treasury, 102.
-, health of, 102.
-, and musters of the forces in Spain and Portugal, 52, 53, 55, 108, 598.

Crawford, co. Lanark, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Crawford John, co. Lanark, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Crawley (Crowley), _, lieutenant, regimental money received by, 555.
-, -, Sir Ambrose, shipowner, 312.
-, attending the Treasury, 31.
-, bills of exchange payable to, issue for, 126, 141.
-, creditor of the navy, 31.
-, petitions for permit to unlade cargo and for release of ships from quarantine, 297, 454, 467, 476, 492, 505.
-, -, Richard, Receiver of Salvage Money and of the Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty, accounts of, 389; memorial of, 389; warrants to, 198, 213.

Creamer, Robert, tenant of marshes in Ingoldsthorpe, 321.

Crean, Arthur. See Arthur and Crean.

Credit. See Public credit.

Credo, _, captain of a Dutch privateer, at Falmouth, 305.
-, -, William, captain of the Great Pearl of Middleburg, payment to, for retaking H.M.S. Worcester, 319.

Creighton, _, colonel, regiment of (late Caulfeild's regiment), arms for, 106; petition of captains re stoppages for, 197.

Cresseron, _ d', major, petition for pension, 252.

Cresset, Mrs., payment to, 36.
-, -, James, Envoy Extraordinary to the Elector of Hanover and Duke of Brunswick Luneburg:
-, equipage, ordinary and extraordinaries, 106, 363, 369, 391; executors of, payment to, 369.

Criskit, Peter, Admiralty official, salary of, repayment of tax on, 301.

Critz (D'Critty), Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, fee and allowance, 369.

Crocker, John, waiter and searcher at Boulmer, salary, 441.

Crockes. See Cockes.

Crof Castle. See Corfe Castle.

Croft (Crofts), _, colonel, payment to, 41, for bringing news of the victory near Almenaria, 424.
-, -, Mr., payment to, 37; petition for fees, 49.
-, -, Edward, appointed waiter for the four and a half per cent. duty at Bridgetown, Barbados, 417, 567.
-, -, James, petitioner, 586.

Cromarty, shire of, Surveyor of Window duties for. See McKenzie of Reidcastle, D.
-, -, Earl of. See Mackenzie, George.

Cromarty Firth, Customs officers, new Establishment, 409.

Cromer, co. Norfolk, Customs officer at, 270.

Cromp, Laurence, York Herald, 364.

Crooe or Lock, for fishing in Scotland, 369.

Crook, Richard, tenant, 221.

Crookshanks, Mr., presentment re, 597.

Croom, Thomas, executor of T. Beaven, petition and commission to be Receiver General of Land Tax for Wiltshire, 166.

Crop, Abraham, petition for leave to unlade cargo, 373.

Crosby, John, shipowner, petition for leave to unlade cargo, 118.

Crosfeild. See Crossfield.

Crosley, Charles, surgeon, petition for allowance for medicines, 345, report on, 567.

Cross, Robert, master of the Mary, transport, petition, 331.

Crossfield (Crosfeild, Crowsfeild), Ro., Admiralty official, salary of, repayment of tax on, 301.
-, -, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Herts., deceased, 293.
-, -, Thomas, of St. Albans, petition for time to pay his Malt Duty debt, 167.

Crowe (Crow), _, captain, relief for, 288.
-, -, _, a Master in Chancery, Ireland, his employment in the revenue to be discontinued, 7.
-, -, Mr., petition to stop payment of his salary, 567.
-, -, Mitford, Captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados, payments to, 170, 302, 423.
-, -, Timothy, captain, annuity for, 333.

Crowley. See Crawley.

Crown, the, Clerk of, payment to, 262; clerks to, payment to, 262.
-, -, debts of, assignment of, 434; bounty in consideration of, 392.
-, -, debts to, 225, 253, 522.
-, -, forfeitures accruing to, 18.

Crown evidences (witnesses):
-, detained in custody, 174, 461.
-, petition for release of, 466.
-, protection from impressment for, 73.
-, subsistence for, 479.

Crown Lands:
-, books of sales of, at the time of the Commonwealth, 388.
-, Building Surveyor of (W. Scarffe), affidavit of, 323.
-, Commonwealth survey of (1650), premises valued in, 539.
-, grants and leases of, 151, 170, 194, 203, 217, 221, 234, 248, 249, 261, 270, 275, 292, 298, 305(2), 320, 321, 322(2), 335, 354, 372, 388, 405, 406, 445, 453, 487, 489, 539, 540, 548, 577.
-, as by the Civil List Act (1 Anne, c. 1), 276, 323.
-, examination of, 605.
-, petitions for, 222, 236, 332.
-, surrendered, 322, 323.
-, in Orkney. See Orkney Islands.
-, rents and revenues:
-, Act for preserving, 241.
-, Auditors of; and see Jett, T.
-, attendance at the Treasury by, day appointed for, 34.
-, particular and memorandum by, 322.
-, matter referred to, 429.
-, See also Herefordshire, Nottinghamshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Yorkshire.
-, fee farm rents:
-, defective, 341, 429, 515, 570; reprisals of, 429, 458, 571.
-, petition for, 341, 568.
-, price of. See Prices.
-, purchase and sale of, 213, 301, 302, 311, 344; contract for, 240.
-, Trustees for the sale of, 240, 429.
-, surviving Trustee (Sir J. Talbot), warrants to, 298, 344, 407, 514.
-, fishing rent, 369.
-, pensions, stipends and corrodies paid out of, 231.
-, Receivers (Receivers General) of:
-, Cheshire and North Wales. See Peck, D.
-, Herefordshire. See Digby, J.; Hewitt, R.
-, Isle of Wight. See Bolton, Duke of.
-, North Wales. See Peck, D.
-, Salop. See Digby, J.; Hewitt, R.
-, Staffordshire. See Digby, J.; Hewitt, R.
-, Suffolk. See Suffolk.
-, Worcestershire. See Digby, J; Hewitt, R.
-, Yorkshire. See Hart, R.
-, reserved under the Civil List Act (1 Anne, c. 1), 292.
-, sale contract, 344.
-, Scotland. See Scotland.
-, Surveyor General (John Manley, Samuel Travers):
-, appointment of John Manley, 84, 465, 473; his fee, 465, 473.
-, attending the Treasury, upon summons only, 34.
-, building of Datchet bridge directed by, 331.
-, constats, ratals, &c., by, 217, 221(2), 248, 321, 322(3), 323, 329, 335, 354, 405, 406, 548.
-, deputy to. See Taylor, John.
-, instructions for a survey of all honors and manors to be prepared by, 25.
-, investigation of the title of owners of property adjoining Westminster Hall and the Court of Requests by, 163.
-, issue to, 31.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 119, 151, 156, 163, 170, 174, 194, 222, 236, 261, 270, 301, 305, 329, 332, 372, 453, 455, 476, 525, 590, 596, 603.
-, payment to, for five years' extraordinary charges, travel, &c., 367.
-, reports by, 222, 228, 234, 249, 276, 292, 388, 405, 406, 539(2), 575, 577, 591, 595, 597.
-, resignation of Samuel Travers and determination of his patent, 84, 465, 473.
-, warrants to, 234, 249, 275, 292, 323, 388, 405, 406, 539.
-, See also Fanshaw, Sir T.; Harbord, Sir C.; Harbord, W.; Osborne, _.
-, Surveyors of, at the time of the Commonwealth, certificates of, 388.
-, waste and marsh, 170, 321, 329, 332.

Crown Lawsuits, 19, 28.
-, charges, money received for, 391.
-, expense of, 132; issues for, 25, 113, 185, 198, 250, 304, 357, 430, 538.
-, solicitor for. See Borrett, W.; in the Exchequer Court. See Harrison, C.

Crown (Crowne), John, royal bounty for, 554; petition for, 604.

Crowns, 170, 378.
-, exchange equivalence, 5, 8, 9, 10, 29, 45, 104, 111, 136, 210, 214, 220, 247, 381.
-, of 750 Reis, exchange equivalence, 171.
-, of 82 Sols, money of Piedmont, exchange equivalence, 14, 104, 141, 143, 176, 260, 442; offer to abate two pence per crown, 104.
-, of 50 Stivers, exchange equivalence, 247.
-, See also Genoa Crown.

Crowsfeild. See Crossfield.

Crowther, Thomas, brigadier, in Flanders, additional pay for, 397.

Cucumbers, "eight Regs of," importation of, 118.

Cuença (Saquinsa), Spain, prisoners of war sent to, 356.

Culliford, Mr., charge against, no foundation for, 588.
-, -, John, Surveyor of Customs, Southampton port, payment of a moiety of a seizure to, 523, 599.
-, -, William, a Commissioner of Customs, allegation against re Customs frauds, 66, 67.

Cumberland:
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Brougham, T.; Surveyor of. See How, J.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Brougham, T.

Cumming (Cuming), Archibald, Agent at Newfoundland for Prince George of Denmark's tenths and perquisites of Admiralty, petition of, 230.
-, -, Robert, recommended for place of Queen's waiter, London port, 567.

Cummyns, Sir Alexander, attending the Treasury, 47, 48.

Cuncliffe, John, petition for charges in the prosecution of Captain Wheatly, 566.

Cunda, de. See Cunha.

Cunha, Brochado José da, Count da Cunha (Count de Cunda), Ambassador from the King of Portugal (Portuguese Envoy): complaint by, 124.
-, customs' examination of goods at his house, 303, 304.
-, letters and memorial from, mentioned, 174, 472.

Cunningham (Cuningham), John, tidewaiter at Inverness, 215.
-, -, Margaret, removed from the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.

Cunningham, co. Ayr, Surveyor of Window duties at. See Gordon of Kirkonnell, J.

Curling, William, master of the Adventure, 250.

Curry, Edward, arrested for riot, 376.

Curtis,_, a clerk in the office of Comptroller of Customs, 82; gone to sea, 82.
-, -, Thomas, petitioner, 603.

Custodes Rotulorum, 159, 301.

Custodiam leases, grant of, 120, 388, 396.

Customs:
-, abstracts. See Customs—bonds and abstracts.
-, accounts:
-, auditor of, 64, 82.
-, Comptroller General of (Rowland Holt), 308, 597.
-, absence from his office, 81.
-, appointment of, "belongs to the Queen", 597.
-, attending the Treasury, 47, 93.
-, and the auditors, 64.
-, books of, fraudulent alterations in, 59.
-, examination of, at the Treasury, 93.
-, general account of the Customs drawn up by, 82.
-, his belief in Richardson's honesty, 80.
-, incidents' accounts and, 58, 63, 69, 93.
-, inspection of account books by, 63, 82.
-, office of:
-, clerks in (six clerks), 67, 72, 77, 78, 79(2), 80, 94;and see Curtis, J.; Downes, _.
-, clerk copyist of accounts. See Yorke.
-, clerk copyist of certificates. See Birch, T.
-, clerk of incidents, duties of, 72, 75, 94; and see Richardson, D.; White, J.
-, first or chief clerk. See Paul.
-, second clerk. See Hamel.
-, under clerks in, 82, 94.
-, method of, account of, required, 95.
-, presentment from the Commissioners re, 597.
-, proposal for paying outport Establishments approved by, 255.
-, to propose a method to prevent frauds, 94, 95.
-, general, 47, 82; method of keeping, 81; preparation of, 82; proposal for simplifying, 255.
-, incidents:
-, auditors' report on, 51.
-, book of, 57, 79.
-, checking of, 94.
-, clerk of. See Customs—Comptroller General (office of).
-, frauds in, 93, 489; method of preventing, 94.
-, payments by way of, 436, 599.
-, ledger, 57, 81; balancing of, 80; fraudulent alterations in, 79, 82.
-, particular, payments to C. Tilson for making, 221, 344.
-, separate, of duties payable by 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 27, 290.
-, affidavits on goods exported, fees on, cessation of, 453.
-, bonds, 278; debt on, 198; for importing corn from Ireland, 159.
-, bonds and abstracts, printer for, 497.
-, books, blank, parchment for, 222.
-, business of, instruction in, 198, 349, 451, 504, 585, 598.
-, cashier of, clerk to. See Downes, _; wrrants to, 117, 195, 221, 222, 293, 344, 362, 370(2), 463, 503, 511; and see Ferne, H.
-, certificates, clerk copyist of. See Birch, T.; for importing corn from Ireland, 159; received by the clerk of the incidents, 75.
-, clerks, not to meddle unduly in Parliamentary elections, 85.
-, cocquet, for shipping corn from Ireland, 159.
-, cocquet seal. See Customs—London port.
-, collectors:
-, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, in London port. See Customs—London port.
-, in Maryland, 320.
-, in New Hampshire, 123.
-, in Outports. See Customs—Outports.
-, schedule of arrears of duties due from, required, 73.
-, Commissioners; and see Clark, S.; Culliford, W.; Godolphin, C.; Hall, T.; Newport, T.; Werden, Sir J.
-, account of the revenue of duties outwards required from, 141, 483.
-, allegations against, 60, 66, 70, 71, 72, 74, 103.
-, attending the Treasury, 4, 5, 23, 29, 32, 33, 36, 40, 51, 57, 83, 91, 98, 100, 151.
-, day appointed for, 34.
-, excused, 88, 483.
-, for the examination of D. Richardson and others re frauds. See Godolphin, C.; Newport, T.
-, complaint by, 94.
-, complaints to, discouraged, 103.
-, directed to get in arrears of duties comprehended in the second General Mortgage, 32.
-, form of a certificate to ships to the Baltic approved by, 195.
-, on half pay, allegations against, 70, 71, 72, 103.
-, incidents for the outports allowed by, 93, 94.
-, letters, orders, warrants and matters referred to, 115–606 passim.
-, memorials of, 254, 255(2), 320.
-, pilot attending, 463.
-, practice of Dutch men of war and, 586.
-, to propose rules for making quarantine more secure, 539.
-, to report on papers relating to D. Richardson's frauds, 486.
-, reports by, 103, 191, 272, 291, 304, 320, 325, 353, 389, 483, 528.
-, schedule of arrears of duties required from, 73, 457, 513.
-, Secretary to:
-, appointment of C. Carkesse, 4.
-, attending Richardson's examination at the Treasury, 57, 68, 74.
-, examination of Richardson's papers by, 79.
-, office of:
-, business of, report on, 151.
-, clerk in, 58, 69; and see Mattison, J.
-, enquiry at, 600.
-, place of, the Commissioners have no right of presentation to, 4.
-, And see Carkesse, C.; Savage, R.
-, signatures of, forged, 61.
-, superannuation for riding officers proposed by, 403.
-, suspects going abroad and, 517, 599.
-, debentures, received by the clerk of the incidents, 75, 76.
-, debts, 278, 308.
-, duties:
-, account of arrears of, required, 73, 457, 513.
-, collection of, petition re, 222.
-, drawbacks, 553; abuses and frauds, 179, 242; goods landed after receipt of, 100.
-, outwards, 453, 483, account of the revenue of three years and twelve years, required, 141, 483.
-, payable in Scotland under the 15th article of the Treaty of Union, 167, 168. See also Scotland—Customs.
-, refunded, 191.
-, united in a common fund in the Exchequer (viz.: Wine and Vinegar, Tobacco, East India and other Poundage Goods, New Additional Impositions, Whale fins), 255; accounts of, instructions for keeping, 256, 290; payment of outport Establishment charges out of, 255.
-, additional. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, additional impositions. See Customs—duties (impositions).
-, additional subsidies. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, alamodes. See Customs—duties (impositions, additional).
-, alien, commonly called Petty Customs, Comptroller of, in London port. See Bretton, R.
-, brandy, French. See Customs—duties (impositions, additional).
-, calicoes. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, candles. See Candles.
-, china ware. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, chocolate. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, cinnamon. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, cloves. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, coal, culm and cinders (as by 6–7 Wm. and Mary, c. 18; 9 Wm. III, c. 13; 10 Wm. III, c. 10; continued by 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 4; 4–5 Anne, c. 18 and 8 Anne, c. 10.)
-, lottery on. See Lotteries, Million and a half.
-, meters (poundage and meterage money), allowance of 1½d. per chaldron for inspecting, 59.
-, frauds re, 58, 59, 62, 63, 66, 70, 72, 75, 76, 104.
-, 12d. per Chaldron, collector deprived of profits from, 214.
-, tallies on, proprietors of, petition of, 604.
-, vouchers, received by the clerk of the incidents, 76.
-, cocoa nuts and paste. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, coffee, cocoa nuts, mace, pictures, muslins; new additional rates and duties on coffee, cocoa nuts, chocolate, cocoa paste, tea, nutmegs, cinnamon, cloves, mace and pictures; and further continued rates on white calicoes, china wares and drugs (except dyeing drugs), (as by 6 and 7 Wm. III), c. 7; 9 and 10 Wm. III, c. 14; 12 and 13 Wm. III, c. 11; 3 and 4 Anne, c. 18; continued by 6 Anne, c. 50, for four years.)
-, account of payments into the Exchequer for the year 1710, required, 491.
-, coinage. See Tin.
-, continued impositions. See Customs—duties (Impositions).
-, continued subsidies. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, corn:
-, exported, account of, for twelve years, required, 483.
-, imported (as by 22 Car. II, c. 13, Act for improvement of Tillage), trebled by additional subsidies, 159; varying with the price of English corn, 158, 159.
-, drugs. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, earthenware. See Glass Wares.
-, East India goods, unrated, account of method of computing, required, 497; and see Customs—duties (wines); Deficiency Acts.
-, Fish, 115, 122, 346.
-, Florence wines, 158.
-, Four and a half per cent. duty (Plantation duty).
-, husband of, attending the Treasury, 47; and see Wicks, M.
-, perpetuity paid out of, 481.
-, Receiver (Receiver General), tallies levied on, 283; and see Wicks, M.
-, salaries of colonial governors paid out of, 283, 368, 465.
-, waiters for, at Bridgetown, Barbados. (E. Crofts, J. Robertson), 417, 567.
-, French goods (as by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 20). Twenty-five per cent. duty, issues out of, 237, 342, 436, 462; and see Customs—duties (impositions, additional).
-, French linens, 272.
-, French wines (as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18), issue out of, 342; and see Customs—duties (impositions—additional; tonnage and poundage).
-, further continued rates. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, glass wares. See Glass wares.
-, half subsidies. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, impositions:
-, additional, on French wines, goods, alamodes, brandy and silks (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5, continued by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 12 and 20; 1 Anne, c. 7 and 6 Anne, c. 27).
-, accounts anno 1709, passed, 219.
-, accounts of, by 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 27, to be kept separate, 290.
-, receipts from, applied to deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506. See also Deficiency Acts.
-, continued: (as by 1 Jas. II, c. 3 and 4; 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 5; 7 and 8 Wm. III, c. 10; 9 Wm. III, c. 45; 7 Anne, c. 31; 8 Anne, c. 14.)
-, receipts from, applied to the deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506, 544.
-, (as by 7 Anne, c. 31.)
-, Exchequer bills circulated by, 294, 295; defaced or filled up, renewal of, 419.
-, issue out of, for interest on unsatisfied debentures charged upon Irish forfeitures, 428.
-, loans in the Exchequer on, to meet interest, 118, 429.
-, (as by 8 Anne, c. 14.)
-, loans in the Exchequer, warrant for, 230.
-, issues out of, 244, 263, 291, 374.
-, interest on. See Interest.
-, receipts from Salt duty may be applied to, 230, 231.
-, tallies and orders:
-, assigned, 284, 336, 365.
-, loans on, by the Bank of England, 25, 26, 27, 28, 33, 357.
-, not to be discounted to the prejudice of public credit, 365.
-, new and additional, 214; accounts anno 1709, allowance for passing, 219; proposal to borrow from, for outport establishment charges, 255; and see Customs—duties (coffee).
-, linens, accounts anno 1709, allowance for passing, 219; and see Customs—duties (French linens).
-, logwood (as by 14 Chas. II, c. 11), farm of, pension in lieu of, 292, 327, 328.
-, mace. See Customs--duties (coffee).
-, muslins, 497; and see Customs—duties (coffee).
-, new customs. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, new impositions See Customs—duties (impositions).
-, nutmegs. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, paper, paper for plate (as by 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 7 for several duties of paper, vellum and parchment to encourage bringing in of plate and hammered money into the Mint to be coined).
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue for, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 517, 544.
-, pepper (as by 8 Anne, c. 12), 1s. 6d. per pound, 217; intended to be charged on pepper used for spice, 494.
-, petty customs. See Customs—duties (Aliens).
-, pictures. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, Plantation goods, Receiver of. See Wicks, M.; unappropriated revenue of, issues out of, 237, 342, 436; and see Customs—duties (four and a half per cent.).
-, plate, foreign wrought, 493 pretermitted customs, comptroller of, in London port. See Bretton, R.
-, prizage goods:
-, cause in the Lords on a writ of error re, 552.
-, clause re, proposed, 206.
-, in Jamaica, complaint against high duties, 286, 396, 539
-, rent of 3,500l. a year for, let to the Crown by the duke of Ormonde, 441.
-, Prizage wines:
-, cause in the Lords re, 28.
-, collection of, in Bristol port, 191.
-, French. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, money on deposit for, petition re, 567.
-, non-payment of, stay of proceedings for, 95, 147.
-, specie deposited for, exchanged for Exchequer bills, 28.
-, Queen's wine, issues for paying, 2, 21, 131, 517.
-, Silks, accounts anno 1709, allowance for passing, 219; and see Customs—duties (impositions, additional).
-, Storax Calamita and Storax Liquida, 191.
-, subsidies. See Customs—duties (tonnage and poundage).
-, sweets, 431.
-, tea. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, tobacco:
-, bonds for, interest on, 553.
-, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, in Virginia. See Virginia.
-, See also Customs—duties (wines); Deficiency Acts.
-, tonnage and poundage:
-, New Customs: (as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, continuing the subsidy as by 6–7 Wm. and Mary, c. 1), revenue from, applied to deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506.
-, (as by 1 Anne, c. 7, and 5 Anne, c. 27). accounts of, to be kept separate, 290.
-, (as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18, for an additional subsidy for three years and for a further duty of 15l. per tun on French prize wines) arrears of, issue out of, 342.
-, (as by 6 Anne, c. 27, for continuing several subsidies, impositions and duties - and for ascertaining wine measures), Subsidy Act. loans in the Exchequer for payment of interest, warrants for, 128, 244; lost loan order on, innovated, 524.
-, half subsidies: (as by 6 Anne, c. 48, for continuing the half subsidies on tonnage and poundage and other duties upon wines, goods and merchandize imported which were granted by 12 Car. II, c. 4), loans in the Exchequer for payment of interest, 175, 308.
-, (as by 6 Anne, c. 73 for continuing half subsidies with several impositions and other duties to raise money by way of loan for the service of the war, &c.), loans in the Exchequer, for payment of interest, 430, 528, 539.
-, vinegar. See Customs—duties (wines).
-, whale fins: (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 45; 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 27).
-, accounts of, to be kept separate, 290.
-, proposal to borrow, for outport establishment charges, 255.
-, revenue from, applied to deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 544.
-, white calicoes. See Customs—duties (coffee).
-, white cloth (as by 6 Anne, c. 43 for encouraging the dressing and dyeing of woollen cloth . . by laying a duty upon broad cloth exported white).
-, 5s. per piece, issue out of revenue of, 436, 462.
-, white wines, bad, as to abatement of, 314.
-, wines, vinegar and East India goods (as by 2 Wm, and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 4: 2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 5, 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 15 7–8 Wm. III, c. 10, 1 Anne, c. 7, 6 Anne, c. 27).
-, accounts of, payable under 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 27, to be kept separate, 290.
-, proposal to borrow from, for charges of outport establishments, 255.
-, See also Customs—duties (Florence wines, French wines, prizage wines, Queen's wines, white wines), Deficiency Acts.
-, employment in, petitions for, 565, 569, 580, 591; recommendation for, 573.
-, examination of ambassadors' goods, 303, 304, 558.
-, fees paid out of, to officers of the Pipe, 302.
-, frauds, discovery of, 270, 304, 553, 556, 565; the result of "meanness of the officers' salaries," 254; scheme proposed for preventing, 81.
-, See also Customs—duties (coal, drawbacks); Customs—London port (Norway Office); Richardson, D.
-, House. See Bristol, Edinburgh, Customs—London port.
-, incidents. See Customs—accounts.
-, Inspector General of Exports and Imports. See Davenant, C.
-, ledger. See Customs—accounts.
-, London port:
-, Coast office, clerk in (clerk of the coast business), 124, 194.
-, coastwaiters, appointments, 194; watermen attending, appointments, 234.
-, Cocquet Seal, keeper of. See Bretton, R.
-, Collector Inwards. See Shaw, Sir J.
-, Comptroller of Petty and Pretermitted Customs. See Bretton, R.
-, Customs House, 62, 64, 65, 66, 75, 77, 493.
-, chief of, 81.
-, copying clerks at. See Alexander, W.; Burton, T.; Collins, _.
-, coffee house in (Sam's Coffee House), 64, 71.
-, door keepers at, usher's right to appoint, 452.
-, examiner's office, officer of, 77.
-, housekeeper of, usher's right to appoint, 453.
-, Long Room, 77.
-, messengers of, usher's right to appoint, 452.
-, printer to. See James, E.
-, stationery used in, account of, required, 433; usher's right to supply, 452.
-, subordinate officers in, usher's right to appoint, 452.
-, usher of, his rights and duties, 452, 453; salary and allowances, 421, 452, 453; and see Taylour, W.
-, East India warehouse, surveyor of, 160; assistant to, 160.
-, landcarriageman, appointment, 205.
-, landsurveyor, appointment, 160.
-, landwaiters:
-, appointments, 160, 547.
-, instruction as, 585.
-, surveyor of, 160.
-, Norway office, frauds in, discovery of, 565.
-, patent searcher. See Bertie, P.
-, Plantation and Western clerk. See Carkesse, C.; Manley, J.
-, quayman (keyman), petition for place of, 571.
-, Queen's waiters, 205, 207, 270, 297, 317, 319, 370, 547.
-, appointments, 108, 160, 180.
-, deputies, appointments, 205, 270, 319, 360, 547; petitions for, 297, 317; proposed or recommended, 207, 567.
-, patent surrendered, 180.
-, salary, 370, 463.
-, salary bill, 131, 350, 479.
-, searchers, appointments, 547; seizures by, 418.
-, seizures in, 145.
-, ship in, 312.
-, surveyor of the East India warehouse, 160.
-, tidesmen:
-, appointments, 194, 440.
-, dismissed, 194.
-, established, condemned for murder, 167.
-, frauds discovered by, 565.
-, in the inferior list, 417.
-, appointments, 234, 270, 417, 440, 492.
-, dismissed, 417.
-, exchange places, 492.
-, in the superior list, appointments, 234, 492; petition for, 566.
-, on the 100 list, petition of, 479.
-, tidesurveyors, watermen attending, 234.
-, watchmen:
-, appointments, 160, 320, 353.
-, dismissed, 320.
-, established, appointments, 354, 472; exchange places, 492; resign, 354.
-, extraordinary, 472.
-, watermen, 189.
-, appointments, 353, 570.
-, exchange places, 269.
-, mates of, 189, 353.
-, removed, 353.
-, weighing porter, appointment, 319; dismissed, 319.
-, wine tasters, 547; salary, 547, surveyor of, appointment and salary, 547.
-, messenger of the Chamber attending. See Thorowkettle, J.
-, Officers:
-, accounts kept by, instructions re, 290.
-, carelessness of, ship burnt through, 309.
-, collection of candle duty by, not practicable, 253.
-, complaint against, 591.
-, corn imported from Ireland and, 159.
-, drowned, bounty for their widows and children, 325.
-, examination of goods for abroad, 275.
-, frauds by. See Customs-frauds.
-, French fishing boats to be received and released by, 360, 443.
-, not to meddle unduly in Parliamentary elections, 85, 470.
-, on the borders of Scotland, alterations of stations and salaries, 441.
-, paid out of incidents, 436.
-, pensions, reduced, 456.
-, their right to board men of war, 164, 165; refused, 169.
-, salaries of,
-, book of, 79.
-, not exceeding 60l.
-, per annum, Land Tax assessments on, refunded, 328.
-, warrant to pay, 131.
-, seizures by. See Customs-seizures.
-, ships performing quarantine and, 539, 547.
-, travellers (suspects) and, 171, 352, 517, 556, 599.
-, working hours, 119.
-, Outports:
-, account books of, blank parchment for, 86, 470; examiner of. See Mitchell.
-, boatmen, 566, 578.
-, appointments, 193, 254, 269, 270, 319, 353, 417.
-, exchange places, 269, 353.
-, mates to, 578; resign, 254; salary, 254.
-, resign, 353.
-, salaries, 254, 353.
-, And see Customs-Outports (tidesmen and boatmen).
-, check-clerk, 191.
-, clerks, salaries, 191, 389.
-, collectors, 18, 154, 191, 211, 214, 253, 268, 304, 317, 320, 388, 471, 503, 514, 556, 558, 565, 576, 602.
-, abscond, 219.
-, accounts of, 438; inspector of, 255; quarterly books, 191.
-, appointments, 91, 234, 354, 356, 417, 440, 472, 591; declined, 116, 234.
-, debts of, 219, 308, 388, 572, 573.
-, deputy, exchequer process against, 471; salary of, 471.
-, in the West of England, commission to seize money taken from, at the Revolution, 216.
-, incidents frauds by, confessions, examinations, &c., re, 58–82, 93, 94, 95, 103, 104, 489.
-, insolvent, 228, 308, 392.
-, moiety of a seizure of money paid to, 503.
-, payment of establishment charges by, instructions for, 255.
-, petition for place of, 591, 593.
-, prizage wines, benefit of receipt of, disallowed, 191.
-, removal charges, petition for, 572.
-, salaries of, 214, 354, 389; additional allowance to, 191; complaint of smallness of, 72.
-, salary bills signed by, 76.
-, securities, 227, 308, 392, 438, 514, 572.
-, travelling charges, 72.
-, And see Customs—Outports (customer and collector).
-, commanders of boats (sloops), 554; appointment, 417; mate to, appointment, 160.
-, comptroller and searcher, agent for, 514.
-, comptrollers, 511; appointments, 472, 496; resign, 453, 496.
-, customer and collector, 320; appointment, 275.
-, customers, 216.
-, appointments, 147.
-, part of collector's salary paid by, 389.
-, salary, 195, 318.
-, establishment charges, proposals and instructions for paying, 255.
-, gauger, 174.
-, incidents. See Customs-outports (collectors.)
-, landcarriage officer, additional salary, 160.
-, landsurveyor, 116.
-, landwaiters, 255.
-, appointments, 5, 160, 193, 194, 320, 492, 514, 592.
-, duties of, instruction in, 514.
-, place of, petition for, 564; recommendation for, 567.
-, promotion, 356; petition for, 576.
-, mariners, 160.
-, money orders for, ½ per cent. allowance on, disallowed, 191.
-, patent officers of, account books, 470.
-, patent searcher, 174; increased salary for, 272.
-, Prizage wines in, benefit of receipt of, disallowed, 191.
-, Queen's waiter, 554.
-, returns from, instructions re, 290.
-, riding officers, 570, 599.
-, appointments, 353, 354, 403.
-, dismissed, 353, 354.
-, petition for place, 578.
-, quarterly alterations in the stations of, 403.
-, removes, 403, 404.
-, salaries, 403, 404.
-, servants, 403, 404.
-, superannuation, 353, 354; deduction of 6d. in the pound from salaries for, 403; reduction of pension, 456.
-, supervisor of, 143; additional salary, 234; appointments, 354, 404; dismissed, 308, 354.
-, surveyor general of. See Baker, H.
-, riding surveyors, appointments, 354, 417; salary, 441; stations of, altered, 441.
-, salary book of, fraudulent entries in, 70, 71.
-, salary bills, 131, 234, 350, 479; and the clerk of incidents, 75, 76.
-, searcher, 234; deputy, appointment, 234; and see Customs-outports (comptrollers and searcher; patent searcher, waiters).
-, supervisors, appointments, 353, 354; dismissed, 354; and see above riding officers.
-, surveyors, 255, 270, 305, 503, 523, 569.
-, appointments, 319.
-, complaint against, 103.
-, dismissed, 215.
-, And see Customs—outports (riding surveyors).
-, tidesmen:
-, appointments, 160, 194, 205, 234, 269, 319, 353, 354, 417, 472, 492, 574, 596.
-, dismissed, 234, 492.
-, drowned, 325.
-, exchange places, 319.
-, petition for place, 568.
-, resign, 205.
-, tidesmen and boatmen, appointments, 234, 269; dismissed, 269; resign, 269.
-, tidesman and weigher, 160.
-, tidesman in fee, 579.
-, tidesurveyors, 255, 503.
-, appointments, 160, 254, 270.
-, dismissed, 270.
-, salary, 254; additional, 234.
-, tidewaiters, appointment, 319; petitions for places, 573, 591.
-, waiters, additional salary, 234.
-, waiters and searchers:
-, appointments, 160, 193, 205, 234, 269, 270, 319, 320, 353, 354, 391, 417, 440, 472.
-, dismissed, 354.
-, in prison, 391.
-, promoted, 270.
-, removed, 472.
-, resigned, 440.
-, salary, 291, 320, 441; additional, 291.
-, superannuated, 353.
-, watermen, 578; appointed and dismissed, 492.
-, weighers, appointments, 492, 547; and see Customs — outports (tidesman).
-, parchment, &c., for the blank books of, 222.
-, petitions, before the Treasury, 32, 33.
-, portages, 75, 76.
-, Receiver General, 81, 290.
-, Secretary. See Customs—Commissioners.
-, seizures, 100, 127, 145, 149, 154, 278, 304, 311, 328, 418 (2), 494, 504, 512, 522, 523, 537, 599 (2).
-, anonymous letter re, 584.
-, noli prosequi to informations, 265, 311, 504, 512, 522, 537.
-, Queen's part, 145, 290.
-, reward for, 503, 523.
-, sloops, 160, 412, 554; price of. See Prices.
-, solicitor, 158.
-, account of law proceedings by, 149.
-, attending the Attorney, General, 100, 514, 599,
-, attending the Treasury 57, 58, 74.
-, and Richardson's frauds, 57, 68.
-, And see Brydges, [J.].
-, stationery for, petition re, 599; and see Customs—London port (customs House).
-, Surveyor General on the coast of Norfolk. See Bertie, P.
-, tallies struck on account of, allowance for joining and entering, 366, 399.
-, weighers in fee, 314.
-, yacht, 160.
-, See also Guernsey, Ireland, Plantations, Scotland.

Cutter, _, captain, prize taken by, 570.

Cutting, _, case of, 98.
-, -, Daniel, Surveyor of duties on Houses, Co. Wilts., appointment and salary, 447; behaviour of, 495, enquiry re, 93.

Cutts, Joanna, Lady Cutts, sister of John, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 316.
-, -, John, Lord Cutts, his services, 316.