Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Dabbs, Arthur, certificate by, re foreign gold, 419.
Daily alms. See Poor, The.
Dalbenas, _, lieutenant colonel, petition for arrears of half pay on the Irish establishment, 408; report on, 511; in the service of the Duke of Savoy, 408.
Dalhousie, countess dowager of. See Ramsay, Mary.
Dalrymple, _, lieutenant en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Sir David, Advocate General of Scotland:
-, allowance, 128.
-, attending the Treasury, 21.
-, letter from, 568.
-, report of, against reducing the number of ports in Scotland, 32, 382.
-, payment to, 229.
-, -, John, Earl of Stair, Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) to Augustus II of Poland:
-, certificate of his departure, 467.
-, extraordinaries of, 84; memorial re, 585, 594.
-, memorials by, 68, 585, 594.
-, ordinaries of, payment of, 89, 467.
Dalton, Edward, a prisoner in Newgate for riot and assault, discharged, 269, 293.
Dalzel, Robert, colonel, accused of defrauding Mordaunt's regiment, 555.
Damsell, William, tidesman in the superior list, London port, deceased, 234.
Danby, Earl of. See Osborne, Sir Thomas.
Danes. See Danish troops.
Daniel, Hugh, tidewaiter at Ayr, petitioner, 192.
-, East India Company, agents for, 305; ships of, report on; 568; seized and released, 164, 278, 304, 305, 331.
-, envoy. See Rosenkrantz, I. E. professor, 574.
-, troops (troops of the King of Denmark, Danes):
-, on the establishment of 20,000 men (anno 1706), pay of 520 men in excess of 12,000, 280.
-, on the establishment of 40,000 men (anno 1706), payments, 280.
-, forage for, 134, 135, 296.
-, in the last war, accounts of payments to, 377; Paymaster of. See Esch, J. Vander.
-, quartered at Bruges, 134, 135.
Dankes, John, watchman, London port, incapable, 353; petition to resign, 568.
-, -, John, junior, son of John, appointed watchman, London port, 353.
Danling, John, tenant of the fresh marshes of Brancaster, 321.
Dansey, John, a collector in Maryland, resigned, 320; appointed collector of Patuxent River, 320; prosecuted by Sir J. Rogers, 320.
Dantzic, Prussia, plague at, 118, 119, 157, 178, 191, 197; ships from, 116, 118, 119, 157, 178, 191, 197, 528, ordered to return, 157.
Danvers, Beata, Woman of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 398, 488.
-, -, Isabella, Woman of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 398.
Dartiquenave, Charles, Paymaster of works:
-, accounts of, 568.
-, appointed a Manager and Director of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129.
-, issues to, 117, 222, 231, 301, 338, 339(2), 344, 376, 436, 449, 488, 559.
-, loans by, 376.
-, petitions, 568.
-, salary, 339.
Dartmouth port, co. Devon:
-, business at, 389.
-, collector of, 389, 503; salary, 389.
-, clerk, salary of, 389.
-, customer, 389.
-, surveyor, 503.
-, waiter and searcher, 234, 269.
-, See also Clifton.
Dartmouth, Lord. See Legge, William.
Darziliers, Jaspar Perinet, resident at Geneva, his allowance or salary, 531; money advanced to, 247.
Das Minas, Marquis, 394.
Dashwood, Sir Robert, petition for rents in Nottinghamshire, 568.
Dassingham. See Dersingham.
Datchet, co. Bucks., road opened between Colnbrook and, 301.
Datchet Bridge, building of, issue for, 331.
D'audibert D'Lussan. See Lussan.
Daval, George, appointed boatman in the islands of Scilly, 269.
Davenant, Dr., recommendation by, 569.
-, -, Charles, Inspector General of exports and imports of the Customs, 483.
-, -, George, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall and keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at St. Jame's, deceased, 260.
-, -, Henry, Secretary at Frankfort, extraordinaries, 531 ordinary, 530.
David, John James, merchant, petition for leave to export foreign corn, 116.
Davis (Davies, Davys), David, a doorkeeper of the House of Lords, issue to, 348.
-, -, John, captain, restored to half pay [on the Irish establishment], 147.
-, -, John, surveyor of the East India warehouse, London port, deceased, 160.
-, -, Peter, custodiam lease to, 396.
-, -, Thomas, surveyor of duties on houses, co. Salop, appointment and salary, 447.
Dawes, Sir William, Bishop of Chester, preacher appointed by, 400.
Dawson, Thomas, of Castle Dawson, petition for pension, 197; report on, 510.
Day, Henry, master of the Truelove, 119.
-, -, Samuel, brother of Thomas, Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda, house built by, 364, 368.
-, -, Thomas, Governor of Bermuda, 483; petition for grant of a piece of ground in Bermuda, 364, 368, 483; report on, 587.
Dayrolle, James, British Charge d'Affaires and Resident at the Hague:
-, bill of exchange drawn by, 382.
-, employed in Her Majesty's affairs at Geneva, 468.
-, equipage allowance, 468.
-, extraordinaries, 536.
-, letters to, 149, 153, 269.
-, ordinary, 468, 531.
D'Cresseron. See Cresseron.
D'Critty. See Critz.
Deacon, Richard, mariner, petition for reward, 291, 568, 587.
Deal, co. Kent:
-, brewers and maltsters about, frauds by, 227.
-, collector of, 211, 440, 591; petition for post of, 591, 593.
-, customs officer to ride between Sandwich and, 417.
-, riding officers, 353, 403, 404.
-, surveyor of, 215.
-, tidesurveyor, 270.
-, waiters and searchers, 440.
Deals, for France, 164; importation of 193, 312, 314, 335, 430, 433, 448, 451, 470, 472, 476, 486, 505, 528; not susceptible to plague infection, 430.
-, abuses in, 567.
-, deer killing in, arrests for, 334.
-, keepers of, payment to, 49, 442.
-, underkeepers of, reward for, 334.
-, verderer of (F. Windham), 334.
Debenture goods. See Scotland—Customs.
-, fraud, complaint re, 83.
-, payment of judges by, 421.
-, And see Army; Customs; Ireland—forfeitures; Transports.
-, Act for the recovery of. See Ireland—debts.
-, commission to seize, 216.
-, lands extended for, 396.
-, of England, application of Customs and Excise of Scotland to payment of, 167, 168.
-, See also Crown.
Deciphering, salary for, 400.
Dee, river, Scotland, 507, 508.
Dee, John, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments) for part of Sussex, 139.
-, -, William, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), co. Sussex, 139, 501.
Deeds. See Ireland—Public deeds.
Deeplake, Jonathan, appointed boatman at Sunderland, 353.
-, allowance for, in Royal Parks, 117, 222, 489.
-, beans, corn and hay for, 215, 275, 489, 549.
-, killing of, arrests and prosecutions for, 334, 370, 578.
-, permit to take, in Sherwood Forest, 132.
-, skins, from South Carolina, 529.
Deficiency Acts and General Mortgages:
-, distribution of sums representing receipts from various branches of revenue to deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506, 544.
-, First Deficiency Act (First General Mortgage), by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, for enlarging the capital stock of the Bank of England and raising the public credit (continuing duties and impositions on tonnage and poundage, wines, vinegar, tobacco, East India goods, additional duties and impositions, stamps, salt, marriages and houses), to meet total deficiencies of 5,160,759l. 14s. 9¼d., 85 note, 86 note; surplusage from, applied to deficient funds, 236, 315, 345, 386.
-, Second Deficiency Act (Second General Mortgage) by 1, Anne, c. 7 (continuing the following duties and impositions: tonnage and poundage, wines and vinegar, tobacco, East India goods, additional duties and impositions, stamps, houses, whale fins), to meet total deficiencies of 2,338,628l. 15s. 5¾d., 85 note, 86 note, 311.
-, Customs accounts of moneys payable under, to be kept separate from moneys due for same duties under 6 Anne, c. 27 (3rd General Mortgage), 290.
-, duties comprehended in, collection of arrears to prevent deficiency, 32.
-, payment out of the General fund provided by, 315.
-, principal and interest secured by, 230.
-, Third General Mortgage (anno 1707) by 6 Anne, c. 27, for continuing several subsidies, impositions and duties (tonnage and poundage, impositions on wines, vinegar and East India goods, tobacco, additional impositions, whale fins):
-, Customs accounts of. See above Second Deficiency Act.
-, loan clause for 822,381l. 5s. 6¼d. in, 86 note, 87 note.
-, loans on, 432; interest on, paid by the Bank of England, 431.
-, tallies and orders on, 57, 434.
-, assigned or disposed of, 432, 459.
-, discount on. See Discount.
-, exchanged for Land Tax tallies, 431, 434, 435, 459.
-, Fourth General Mortgage (anno 1708) by 6 Anne, c. 73, for continuing the half subsidies with several other impositions (tonnage and poundage, impositions on wines, vinegar and East India goods, tobacco, additional impositions, whale fins).
-, loan clause for 729,067l. 15s. 6¾d., 86 note, 87 note.
-, loans on, 431, 432; interest on, 87, 431.
-, tallies and orders on, exchanged for Land Tax tallies, 431.
-, Fifth General Mortgage (anno 1709) by 7 Anne, c. 31, for continuing several impositions and duties (wines and vinegar, tobacco, East India goods, additional impositions, whale fins), 86 note.
-, loan clause for 645,000l. in, 87 note.
-, tallies and orders on, 31.
-, assigned or deposited, 8, 105, 125, 154, 176, 213, 285, 295, 296, 300, 524, 525, 545, 557.
-, discount on. See Discount.
-, exchanged for Land Tax tallies, 431.
-, loans on, 1, 2, 8, 43, 54, 105, 125, 432, 524, 525, 541, 545, 557; interest on, 87, 431, 432.
-, payments by, 8.
-, Sixth General Mortgage (anno 1710), by 8 Anne, c. 14, for continuing several impositions, additional impositions and duties (wines and vinegar, tobacco, East India goods, additional impositions, whale fins), 86 note.
-, bill in the Commons for, several clauses added to, 249.
-, loan clause for 1,296,522l. 9s. 11¾d. in, 87 note, 231, 244.
-, loans on the credit of, 243, 244, 245, 249.
-, agreement with the Bank of England for, 92, 483, 507.
-, interest on, further loans may be taken in for paying, 231.
-, receipts from Salt duty may be applied to, 230, 231.
-, warrant to the Exchequer Receipt to take in, 230.
-, tallies and orders on:
-, assigned or deposited, 36, 37, 39, 42, 49, 50, 54, 55, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 97, 99, 103, 105, 110, 418, 443, 444, 453, 455, 460, 466, 469, 473, 483, 501, 507, 518, 526, 527, 545.
-, discount on, 49.
-, loans on, 19, 21, 29, 33, 35, 36, 39, 42, 50, 54, 55, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 97, 99, 103, 105, 110, 453, 455, 460, 466, 469, 473, 483, 501, 505, 506, 518.
-, not to be sold at a discount to the prejudice of public credit. See Public Credit.
-, payments by, 5, 20, 29.
-, redemption of, terms of, 84, 453, 460, 473.
-, remitters asked to accept tallies on candle duty and Land Tax in lieu of, 550.
-, taken in exchange for Land Tax tallies, 50.
-, undisposed, 42.
Degrave, _, supercargo, witness against, 174, 461.
Delafaye, Lewis, deceased, father of H. C. Boyle, his services, 408.
Delamer, Walter, memorial, 568.
Delamere alias Mara and Mondrein, forest of; the Fishpool and Hatchew Mere in, lease of, 322.
Delaspois, Augustus, captain in Mountjoy's regiment, his illness and death, 343.
-, -, Charlot, widow of Augustus, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 343.
Delauney, Joseph, Lieutenant-Colonel in Gorge's regiment, petition for removal of respits on the regiment, 439, 477, 587.
Delaval (Delavall), George, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Portugal and the Emperor of Fez, Morocco, Taffilette and Suze, 502, 530, 531, 549; equipage, extraordinaries and ordinary, 502, 530, 531.
Delom, Peter, captain, his proposal to settle in and establish a manufacture in Scilly, 288, 568.
Delves, Thomas, Sheriff of Cheshire, payment of surplusages on his accounts, 471.
Demainbray, Peter, petition of, 324.
Demer, river, Belgium, 135.
Demurrage. See Ships.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Conway, E.; Surveyor of. See Meredith, J.
-, Land Tax, arrears of, case re, 394; Receiver General of. See Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.; Williams, D.
-, Second Justice of. See Pocklington, J.
Dendermonde, Belgium, loaves left at, 562.
Denham, Joseph, his proposal about duties on candles, 332, 576.
Denia Castle, Alicante, Spain, detachment of marines taken prisoner in, 213.
Deniers. See Stivers.
Denison, William, recommended for surveyorship of duties on Houses, 568.
Denmark. See also Danish.
-, British minister to, 195; and see Poulteney, D.
-, commercial treaties with, 195.
-, Customs officers of, and British certificates for ships going to the Baltic, 195.
-, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Rosenkrantz, I. E.
-, Hereditary Princess of. See Sophia Hedwig.
-, King of. See Frederick IV; brother of. See Charles,
-, payment of customs in, 195.
-, postage of letters to, 536.
-, Prince of. See Charles; George.
-, ships for, 200, 304.
-, trade advantages of the Dutch in, 195.
Denmark House. See London and Westminster—streets and places.
Dennis, Benjamin, schoolmaster going to South Carolina, bounty for his passage, 478, 597.
Denny, Thomas, lieutenant, restored to half pay, 147.
Denton, Alexander, money for the Arsenal at Dublin to be imprested to, 259; payment to, for going express with Irish bills, 262.
Deptford, co. Kent, dockyard, issue for, 92, 484; naval stores at, delay in unloading, 174, 175.
Derby, co. Derby, great road leading to Retford from, 131.
Derby (Derbie), Benjamin, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments), co. Dorset, 138; Receiver General of duties on Houses co. Dorset and town and county of Poole, 500.
-, -, John, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments), co. Dorset, 138.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Bradshaw, S.; Surveyor General of. See Bingham. T.; Edwards, J.; Hand, T.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Bradshaw, S.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, warrant to, 373.
-, Sheriff of. See Sacheverell, G.
Derham, Benjamin, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Oxford, appointment and salary, 447.
Dersingham (Dassingham), co. Norfolk, 321.
Des Maiseaux, Peter, pension on the Civil establishment of Ireland for educational services, 258.
Deserters and Desertion. See Army.
Devenshaw. See Clydesdale.
Devizes, co. Wilts., officer for Stamp duties at, 14.
-, House duties. Receiver General of. See Burridge, S.; Quash, J.; Surveyor of. See Cooper, J.; Paull, M.; Scrivener, J.; Weston, J.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Burridge, S.; Quash. J.
-, Stamped Paper, distributor of. See Johns, W.
-, Taxes, Receiver General of, warrant to, 354; and see Wood, N.
-, tin in:
-, coinage duties on, 479.
-, issue for buying, 253.
-, prevention of smuggling, 29, 30.
-, Receiver General and Paymaster for buying. See Corker, R.
-, Tin Blowing Houses in, inspection of, 29.
-, tinners in, contracts with, 469; parliament or convocation of, 20, 299.
-, Vice-Admiralty of, seizure by officers of, 286.
Devonshire, Duchess of. See Cavendish, Rachel; Duke of. See Cavendish, William.
Diamond (Dyamond, Dymond), Mr., attending the Treasury, 5, 23; and the Transport ship Katherine, 23; report re, 12.
-, -, Francis, clothier of Dublin, petition for relief, 219.
Diamond rings, 414.
Dick, Thomas, tidewaiter at Fort William, dismissed, 216.
Dickinson (Dickenson), Jane, widow, petitioner, 587; royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.
Dickison (Dickeson), Daniel, lieutenant, killed at the siege of Manin, 434.
-, -, Jean, widow of Daniel, petition for relief, 434, 580.
Dickson, Mrs., on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
Digby, John, Receiver General of Crown Revenues for cos. Worcester, Salop, Stafford and Hereford, deceased, 161.
Diggs, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Wilts., appointment and salary, 447, removed, 493; Receiver General of duties on Houses, co. Worcester, appointment and salary, 447, 512.
Dimchurch. See Dymchurch.
Dinely, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, N.R., appointment and salary, 445.
Dinham, Benjamin, merchant of Plymouth, petitioner, 353.
Disabled and wounded soldiers and sailors, allowances, pensions, &c., for. See Pensions.
-, 4 per cent. on tallies and orders on the General Mortgage (1707) exchanged for money, 57.
-, 5 per cent. on tallies and orders on the General Mortgage (1707) exchanged for Exchequer Bills, 57.
-, 6 per cent. on tallies and orders on the General Mortgage (1709), 8.
-, 8 per cent. for prompt payment of contributions to the 1710 Lottery, 242, 337, 413.
-, 10 per cent. on tallies on the General Mortgage , 49.
-, 25 per cent. on parchment and paper supplied to the Stamp Office, 407.
-, 50 per cent. on prints [printed forms] supplied to the Stamp Office, 407.
-, 28s. per cent. on Exchequer Bills, 46 and note.
-, 3l. 10s. 0d. per cent. reduced to 2l. 15s. 0d. per cent. on Exchequer Bills, 46 note.
-, See also Annuities (1710); Bank of England; Exchange (bills of, remittances); Exchequer Bills; Exchequer Bills (non-specie); Malt (tallies); Navy (bills); Public Credit.
Disinfection against plague, method of, 197.
Distillers, in the Bills of Mortality, 253.
Divinity Lecturer at Oxford, 523.
Dixon, George, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, and his son, a surety, stay of process against, 239, 265; a security for (J. Gerard), petition of, 600.
Dobree, _, petition re bills of exchange, 580.
Dockyards. See Navy.
Dodd (Dod), George, petition for lease of a tenement near the Savoy, 270.
-, -, George, tidesman, London port, petition and appointment, 417, 580.
-, -, George, petition for place of weigher in fee, 314.
-, -, John [Receiver General of Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty]:
-, agent under, 566.
-, attending the Treasury, 93.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 172, 230, 277, 289, 291, 328, 463.
-, payment by and to, 198, 213.
-, reports by, 566, 568, 569, 587, 589.
-, warrant to, 213.
Dodds, Joseph, petitioner, 568.
Dodgein, Hanna, widow of Hugh, manor and chapter of Beverley demised to, 354.
-, -, Hugh, captain, 354.
Dodington, George, accounts of, for army clothing, 12, 227; attending the Treasury, 11.
-, -, George, account of money disbursed in the Treaty of Union, 568.
Dodson, George, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, deceased, 417.
Dodsthorp (Dosthorp), co. Northampton, petition for grant of waste and marsh lands in, 332.
Dolben, Sir Gilbert, justice of the Common Pleas, Ireland, health of, 293, payment to, 293.
Dollars, Exchange rate, 232; and see Patacoon, Rix.
Dolliffe, James, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.
Domergue, Henry, lieutenant en second in Hill's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Donegal, Earl of. See Chichester, Arthur.
Donnavon, Cornelius, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Donneele, Ireland, land of, petition for title to, 324.
Dorchester, Countess of. See Sidley, Catherine.
Dore, James, major, petition for a collector's place in the revenue of Ireland, 327.
Dorgeval, _, captain, aged 95 years, petition for restoration of pension, 309.
Dormer, _, colonel, regiment of (late Mohun's), reduced in Spain and new raised, 180; warrant to take off the respits on off-reckonings, 180.
Dornault. Magdalen, pension for, 127.
Dorset, Countess of. See Collier, Elizabeth; Earl of. See Sackville, L. C.
-, House duties in, Receiver General of. See Derby, B.; Surveyor of. See Read, J.
-, Land Tax in, Receiver General of. See Derby, B. and J.
-, ports of, instruction in the Customs business of the, 349.
Dosthorp. See Dodsthorp.
Douai (Douay), France, siege of, money advanced for, 482, officer wounded at, 441; surrender of, 342.
Dougharty. See Dougharty.
Douglas (Douglass), co. Lanark, 508; Customs boat at, 410.
Douglas (Douglass), _, lieutenant colonel, 312.
-, -, Mrs., pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
-, -, Archibald, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments), Scotland, 139, 500.
-, -, Charles, colonel, son of Sir William, pension transferred to, 603.
-, -, Edward, Commissary of the stores of clothing, &c., for forces under the Earl of Rivers and commissary of the Musters to the two old Marine Regiments, petition, 433, 580, report on, 599; prisoner for debt, 434.
-, -, George, advocate, gift by William III to, 313.
-, -, James, payment to, 141, 246, 280, 310, 455.
-, -, James, 2nd Duke of Queensberry and 1st Duke of Dover, third Secretary of State:
-, free postage for, 347.
-, issues to, for secret service, 372, 416, 468.
-, letters from, 107, 415, 583, 584, 599, 603.
-, memorial, 596; for arrears, 106.
-, payment to, to make his salary equal with other Secretaries of State, 84.
-, pension out of the Post Office for, 513.
-, -, James, baker in Aberdeen, intestate bastard, claims to his estate, 48, 196, 395, 579, 587; widow of, petition of, 48, 584, 587.
-, -, John, merchant, petition for grant of the estate of James Douglas, 196.
-, -, Mary, widow of Lieutenant Colonel Douglas, allowance for, 312.
-, -, Mary. See Livingstone.
-, [-, Mary, Lady Mordington.] See Mordington.
-, -, Sir William, brigadier, full pay for, 9, 205; pension of, transferred to his son Charles, 107, 599, 603.
Douglas of Cavers, Archibald (Alexander, p. 325), Receiver of public moneys, Scotland, payments to, for expense of circuits of judges in Scotland, 248, 325, 330; weekly certificates and general abstract of receipts, payments and remains to be transmitted by, 521.
Douharty (Dougharty), Walter, lieutenant in Shovell's regiment of marines, certificate of his death, 251; payment to, 251.
Dove, Richard, convicted for clipping and coining, 469.
Dover, co. Kent:
-, brewers and maltsters about, frauds by, 227.
-, expresses from, 199, 226. packet boat from, captured, 226.
-, riding officers at, 354.
Dover, Duke of. See Douglas, James; Lord. See Jermyn, Henry.
Doverfield. See East Baglake.
Dow, Nic., master of the Patience, 497.
Dowling, Thomas, lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Downes, _, a clerk to the Comptroller General, afterwards to the Cashier of Customs, 94.
-, -, _, of Lynn Regis, ordered to attend the Treasury, 93, 489.
-, -, Dudley, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant, 365.
-, -, John, information of, re Richardson's frauds, 513.
-, -, John, Receiver of the receipts and disbursements for lighthouses at Hunstanton, accounts of, 323.
Downs, the, transport for, 442.
Dowse, William, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax, co. Hunts., 137, 499.
Drake, Thomas, appointed searcher, London port, 547.
Drammen (Dram), Norway, ship of and for, 116, 134.
Draper, Mr., Excise Officer, report by, 114.
-, -, Matthew, captain en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, William, Treasurer and Receiver General of Greenwich Hospital, accounts of, 407; stay of process against, 256.
Drawbacks. See Customs—duties.
Draycott (Draycot), James, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Herts., appointment and salary, 446.
-, -, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Leicester, appointment and salary, 446.
Drew, Patrick Chaplain going to Jamaica, passage money for, 478.
Droitwich, co. Worcester, collector of, 556; letter from, 577; salt proprietors of, case of, 568.
Drontheim, Norway, ship at, 170.
Drugs, cargo of, 305; duty on. See Customs—duties; for the Army. See Army.
Drummond, John, and Company, of Amsterdam, bill drawn on, 494.
-, -, William, Warden of the Mint at Edinburgh, attending officers of the Mint in the Tower, 274; petition for additional salary, 274, 587; trial of the Pix at Westminster attended by, 450.
Drury, _, ensign en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
D'Sand. See Sande.
Dublin, 126, 408.
-, arsenal at, 106.
-, artillery, small arms, powder and shot for, estimate cost of, 6; payments for, 355, 430, 493.
-, building of, Act [Irish Act 8 Anne, Sess. 4, c. 2] for granting an additional duty on beer for, 259; cost of, 6, 259; issue for, 12.
-, plans for, made by Captain Burke, 6.
-, representation re, 511.
-, clothier of. See Diamond, F. Cork Hill, purchase of ground, &c., on, 391.
-, Four Courts, escapes of prisoners from, fines for, 389; Marshal of. See Vaughan, J.
-, French churches in, two new, 294; allowance for ministers of, 294.
-, French refugees in, 256; increasing number of, 294.
-, regiment embarked for, 326.
-, Trinity College, report, 511.
Dublin Castle, 155.
-, Birmingham Tower, records in, cataloguing, transcription, &c., 185; keeper of. See Addison, J.
-, chaplain and clerk of, report, 510.
-, street leading to, enlarging and levelling of, cost of, 391.
Dublin county, Hearthmoney for, farmer of, 126.
Dubourgay, _, colonel, regiment of, levy money for, 285.
Duchrae. See Craik of Duchrae, W.
Dudley [Joseph], colonel, governor of New England, pirates' effects seized by, 389.
Duer, John, member of the General Assembly of St. Christopher, 102.
Duffan, John, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Duffus, Lord. See Sutherland, K.
Du Gassion, _, colonel, his regiment of foot in the French army, 203.
Dumbarton, co. Dumbarton, Customs boatman at, 410.
Dumbartonshire (Dunbarton), Surveyor of window duties. See McClellan of Barklay, R.
Dumeny, John, captain, additional allowance for, 262; wife of, her pension, 262.
Dumfries, co. Dumfries.
-, comptroller and surveyor at, 292.
-, new Customs establishment for, 411.
-, quarantine at, 118.
-, ship of, 118.
-, tidewaiters at, 216.
Dummer, Edmund, contractor for packet boats to the West Indies, 241, 326.
-, payment to, 449.
-, petition against his contract, 571.
-, petition to import at Bideford instead of Falmouth or Plymouth, 387; allowed, 449.
-, proposal by, report by the Postmaster General on, 587.
-, -, Thomas, Deputy Master of the Great Wardrobe:
-, account of the annual charges of the Great Wardrobe required from, 451.
-, demand by the Officers at Arms referred to, 460.
-, goods issued for the Governor's Chapel in Jamaica and, 92.
-, memorial of, 587.
-, to shew cause why the accounts of the Duke of Montague are not passed, 47, 436.
Dunbar, co. Haddington, new Customs establishment at, 408.
Dunbarr of Bomeden, Patrick, Surveyor of window duties for Strathnaver, Caithness and Isles of Orkney, 508.
Dunbarton. See Dumbartonshire.
Dunche, Edmund, Master of the Household, his lodgings in the old part of St. James's, works at, 296.
Duncombe, Anthony, a Commissioner of Transports, 1690–1702, deceased, 281.
-, -, John:
-, Comptroller of the Malt Lottery Tickets, certificates by, 168, 315, 344, 425, 460.
-, Comptroller of the 1,500,000l.
-, Lottery, appointment and salary, 366.
-, a Manager of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, appointment, 129.
-, -, Valentine, debt due to, 414.
Dundee, co. Forfar, collector of, 467, 565; new Customs Establishment at, 409; tidesmen at the Ferry, 409; tidewaiter at, 216.
Dungannon, Lord, regiment of, offreckonings, assignments on, 219.
Dungeness, co. Kent, ship driven ashore on, 144.
Dunkirk, fleet lying before, expresses to, 226; the Pretender at, 226.
Dunkirk galleys, packet boats captured by, 226.
Dunlop, Mrs., on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
Du Puy (Dupuy), _, lieutenant colonel, memorial in behalf of himself and other officers at Portsmouth, 568.
-, -, Stephen, petition for a place, 605.
Durden, Jonathan, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, W. R., appointment and salary, 445.
Durham, county of, House duties, Receiver General of, warrant to, 554; and see Wyvill, F.; surveyors of. See Cort, H.; Wilcocks, J.; Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Wyvill, F.
Durham, Benjamin, merchant of Plymouth, petition of, 346.
Dutch, the Dutch:
-, dogger, money seized on, 503.
-, East India ship [sic for Danish], 304.
-, Guards, paymaster of. See Esch, J. Vander.
-, men of war, presentment re, 586. privateers, 305, 319.
-, reprisal by, 49.
-, captured and retaken by H.M. ships, convention with the States General re, 319.
-, collusive trade by, 212. seized in Scotland, 44, 583.
-, and the six Indian Nations, 276. their trade advantages in Denmark, 195.
-, troops, account of payments to, in the last war, 377; paymaster of. See Esch, J. Vander.
-, war, service in, 170.
Dutchman's Bank in Salthouse, q.v.
Dwyre, John, fee for his maintenance, 513.
Dyamond. See Diamond.
Dyeing drugs. See Customs—duties (drugs).
Dymchurch (Dimchurch), co. Kent. riding officers at, 403, 404.
Dymond. See Diamond.
Dyot, Mr., counterfeit stamped paper and parchment distributed by, 89, 90, 474; his prosecution and trial, 109, 482.
-, -, Richard, a Commissioner of Stamps, new commission, 307.