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Earthenware, duties on. See Glassware.

East, Michael, his proposal for farming the Penny Post, 214, 568.

East Baglake alias Doverfield in Longbredy, q.v.

East Country, ships from, 476, 486.

East Greenwich. See Greenwich.

East Guildford (East Guilford), co. Sussex, riding officers at, 354, 404.

East India Company (English Company trading to the East Indies); and see Danish East India Company.
-, annuity of 160,000l. to, payment for one year, 481; fund appropriated for (by 6 Anne, c. 2, section 13), surplus of, 537.
-, proposal to export tin, 111.
-, saltpetre supplied by, payment for, 3, 140.

East India goods, duties on. See Customsduties; smuggling of, 304.

East India warehouse. See CustomsLondon port

East Indies, ship from, 305.

East Jersey, America, chaplain for, 478.

East Lothian, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Seaton of Preston Pans, A.

Eastbourne, co. Sussex, riding officer, waiter and searcher at, 354.

Eastern Princes, writer and embellisher of letters to, 438.

Eastland Company, Governor and Fellowship of (Eastland Merchants, Merchants of the Eastland Company), ships of:
-, form of a certificate to be carried by, 195.
-, passes for, 211.
-, unlading and release from quarantine of, petitions for, 116, 119(2), 431, 433.

Eastman, Alice, wife of Arthur, lease assigned to, 406.
-, -, Arthur, lease assigned to, 406.
-, -, George, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northumberland, appointment and salary, 447.

Ecclesfear. See Eckernforde,

Echlin (Ecklin, Eckler), [Robert], colonel, regiment of, forage allowance, 125, 165.

Eckernforde (Ecclesfear, Eclefeur), in Holstein, ships from, 373, 444.

Eckler. See Echlin.

Edelington, a misnomer for Edmonton, 298.

Eden, Sir Robert, letter re his son, 568.

Edgar, Mr., computer at Leith, to be employed to visit the outports in Scotland, 411.

Edge, Richard, Sheriff of Nottingham, surplusage on his accounts, 375.

Edgworth, William, captain en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Edinburgh, 177, 537.
-, bishopric of, grant out of rents of, 383.
-, castle, fortifying and repairing, 257.
-, centre for smuggled goods, 412.
-, foreign goods coming into, transires required for, 412.
-, General Post Office:
-, Act of Parliament of Scotland (5 Wm. III, Session 5 [anno 1695, c. 31]) for establishing, 316.
-, Postmaster General, appointment of the Postmaster General of England (Sir T. Frankland and J. Evelyn) as, 300, 316.
-, salary of letter carrier paid out of, 552.
-, Glasgow and, horse post between, petition for the establishment of, 181.
-, journeys from, to London, charge of, 186.
-, magistrates of, representation of, 178; willing to allow a sentry for the Customs House, 413.
-, merchant of, 309.
-, mint:
-, assaymaster. See Penman, J.
-, clerk of. See Miller, R.
-, counter warden (counter warden and comptroller) his attendance at the trial of the Pix, optional, 351; and see Boswall, W, general of, keys of the Pix kept by, 450.
-, indenture for, drafting and signing of, 383.
-, Master of.
-, clerk to. See Scott, P.
-, excused attendance at the trial of the Pix, 383.
-, his signature to the indenture, 383.
-, Master and worker. See Allards, G.; Montgomerie of Giffin, J.; deputy to, to attend the trial of the Pix, 383.
-, Officers of.
-, allowance for, 591.
-, estimate of charges for the trial of the Pix by, 591.
-, expense of their journey to London, 46, 448.
-, payment to, 450.
-, Pix:
-, keys of, 351, 450.
-, transportation of, 350, 351.
-, trial of, 4, 383.
-, at Westminster, 351, 383, 448, 450.
-, expenses of, 46, 591.
-, officers attending, 350, 351, 450.
-, order in Council for, 350, 351.
-, recoinage of Scotch money (1707), 274, 438, 467.
-, amount coined and issued, 274.
-, assaymaster at. See Borthwick, J.
-, directed by Dr. Gregorie, 438.
-, petition of the Moneyers of the Tower Mint for expenses of. 550, 605.
-, reorganization of. 274, 438.
-, surveyor of Meltings, 438.
-, warden (Warden and Comptroller):
-, allowance, 448, 591.
-, increased business of, since the Union, 274.
-, salary, 274.
-, And see Bellingham, C.; Drummond, W.
-, weighter and teller, office of, 438.
-, money procurred at, 2 percent. paid for, 523.
-, port. See ScotlandCustoms. and precincts, Surveyor of Window duties in. See Clerk, H.
-, solicitor at, refuses to circulate royal proclamations unless paid, 222.
-, surveyor of landcarriage, 408.
-, university, annual payment to, 513.

Edinburgh, shire of (Midlothian), Surveyor of Window duties. See Oliphant of Linlithgow, W.

Edisbury, John, waste land, &c., in Romford demised to, 329.

Edmonds, John, merchant, appointed a manager of the 1,500,000l. lottery, 129.

Edmonton (or Edelington), co. Middlesex, lands in, fee farm rent charged on, 298.

Education, pension for educational services, 258.

Edward VI, King of England, grant of lands by, 298.

Edwards, Mr., loan on tin by, 25.
-, -, Barkham, Surveyor of duties on Houses for London and Middlesex (Window Tax for the Tower Hamlets), appointment and salary, 446; petition, 588.
-, -, David, petition that Pepper on which duty of 1s. 6d. per pound is laid may be under his care, 217.
-, -, Edward, waiter and searcher at Alnmouth, increased salary, 441.
-, -, Francis, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Pembroke, appointment and salary, 448.
-, -, Jacob, Keeper of Greenwich Park, pension for, 413.
-, -, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Derby, appointment and salary, 373, 445.
-, -, John, captain, petitioner, 581, 588.
-, -, John, captain, his representation re collusive practices of privateers and abuses in disposing of wines, 288.
-, -, Joseph, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 415.
-, -, Samuel, appointed a Manager and Director of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 129.
-, -, Samuel, a Paymaster for Exchequer Bill interest, issues to, 201, 348, 495; salar, 391.
-, -, Stephen, landwaiter (waiter and searcher) at Wisbeach, deceased, 5, 160.
-, -, Talbot, memorial to be First Engineer, 568.
-, -, Thomas, lieutenant en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Edwyn (Edwin), Samuel, Usher of the Exchequer Receipt:
-, arrears due to, 151.
-, attending the Treasury, 40.
-, his charge and expenditure for making and issuing Exchequer Bills in accordance with the Act, 7 Anne, c. 30, warrant for paying, 462.
-, necessaries (stationery) supplied by:
-, for the Annuity Office (for officers concerned in paying annuities as by 6 Anne, c. 12), warrant for paying, 462.
-, for the Malt Lottery Office, issue for, 205.
-, for the Offices of the Receipt, demands for, 550; issues for, 173, 181, 265, 431.
-, for the [1,500,000l.] Lottery, 36, 40; petition re, 151, 343, 568.
-, payment to, 224.
-, petition of, 604.
-, weights and measures sent to Scotland upon the Union by, payment for, 289.

Efferen, Count D', major general in the service of the Elector Palatine, 394.

Egerton, John, lease of Hatchew Mere and the Fishpool to, 322.

Eight, pieces of, rate of exchange, 14, 249, 291.

Ekins, Mr., his transaction with the Commissioners for settling Palatines, 490.

Elcock , a messenger, prisoner committed to, 56.

Elder, David, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, petition of, 584, 603.

Elderton, , contract with the Victualling Commissioners for supplying hogs, 404.

Elections, Parliamentary, Government officials not to meddle unduly in, 85, 470; troops quartered in towns and corporations holding, 82, 83, 461.

Elector Palatine. See John William.

Elgin, shire of (Moray), Surveyor of Window duties for. See Stewart of Inverness, D.

Elizabeth, Queen, Earl of Cavan sent into Ireland by, 287; grant of lands by, 388.

Elksley (Elsley), co. Notts, 131.

Ellesdon, John, supervisor of the riding officers in Romney Marsh, dismissed, 308, 354; petition for restoration, 308; petition for reward for salving tin, 143.

Elliot (Elliott), John, waiter and searcher at Corfe Castle, appointed tidesman at Poole, 160.
-, -, Robert, collector of Salt duties at Portsea, petition for relief, 464, 588.
-, -, [Roger], major general, regiment of, subsistence money for, captured by the enemy, memorial re, 509.

Elliotson, George, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Ellis (Ellys), John, appointed boatman at Mostyn, 319.
-, -, John, report by the Principal Officers of the Mint signed by, 351.
-, -, John, a Commissioner of Transportation (16901702), 281.
-, -, John, accountant and secretary to the Commissioners of Transportation, 282.
-, -, John, Solicitor of Excise, appointment, 298; additional salary, 328.
-, -, Richard. master of the Speedwell, 505.
-, -, Thomas, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod. Ireland, payment to, 262.
-, -, William, Sheriff of Yorkshire, petition, 588; surplusage on his account, payment of, 471.

Ellison, Francis, petition for tidesman's place, 568.

Elphinston, William, surgeon's mate, pay, 232.

Elphyck, Thomas, riding officer at Dimchurch, removed to New haven, 404.

Elsley. See Elksley.

Elwell, Daniel, petitioner, 588.

Elwood, Rice, Envoy from the Emperor of Morocco, travelling charges, 419.

Ely, Isle of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Millicent, J.

Embargo on provisions and ships at Alicante, 164, 454, 537.

Embellisher. See Brand, T.

Enamel, painter in. See Boit, C.

Enemy, collusive captures by. prevention of, 159.

Engineer. See First Engineer.

Englis, , memorial re salt making, 567.

English, Somerset, under housekeeper at Hampton Court Palace, 588; his appointment and salary, 84, 465.

Engraver. See Ross, ,

Enquiry, writ of, 456.

Entry, writs of, officer for engrossing, 270.

Episcopal Church at Rotterdam, minister of, 200.

Equivalent. See Scotland.

Ereskin. See Erskine.

Erle, Thomas, lieutenant general, Governor of Portsmouth:
-, chapel plate for, 538.
-, petition referred to, 440.
-, regiment of, charge for tents, &c., for intended march to North Britain, 133.

Ermitage, co. Dorset, Ermitage Common in, lease of, 170.

Ernle, Walter, Sheriff of Wiltshire, account of, surplusage on, 471.

Error, writ of, application for, 175; into the Exchequer, 132; into the House of Lords, 132, 552; into Parliament, 546.

Erskine (Erskin, Ereskin), George, Chaplain going to Jamaica, bounty for his passage, 67, 588.
-, -, Ja, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, lieutenant colonel, deputy governor of Stirling Castle, beer brewed by, petition re demand for Excise on, 249: report by the Commissioners of Excise, Scotland, on, 588.
-, -, John, Earl of Mar, matter referred to, 581; pensions of, payment of, 513.

Escarpe, Fort. See Fort de Scarpe.

Esch. Jacob vander. Paymaster of Dutch, Danish and Saxe Gotha troops, Paymaster of the Dutch Guards, 377, 380, 463, 595; deputy to. See Sohnius, G.

Esk, North. See North Esk.

Eskdale (Askdale), co. Dumfries, Surveyor of Window duties. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Essex:
-, House duties:
-, collectors of, 509.
-, Receiver General of. See Turner, J.
-, Surveyors of. See Shirley, R.; Whiniat, R.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Turner, J.
-, Sheriff of, 389.
-, Taxes, Receiver General of, warrant to, 509; and see Everard, Sir H.: Turner, J. Undersheriff of, complaint against, 389.

Essex, Earl of. See Capel, A.

Essington, John, petition for liberty to coin copper farthings and halfpence, 568.

Estreats. See Hampton Court.

Ethersey, John, landcarriageman, London port, deceased, 205.

Etkins, Richard, appointed deputy searcher at Gravesend, 234.

Eton, co. Bucks, fee farm rents in, 301; King's Stable (King's Stable Yard), lease of, 406, 548.

Eton College, Provost and Fellows of, payment to, on their perpetuity, 355.

Eugene, Prince of Savoy, payments to, for Imperial recruits, 11, 247, 517.

Eustace, Mrs., murder of, by her husband, 18, 269.

Eutin, Bishopric of, annuity to Charles, Prince of Denmark, for renouncing his claim to, 432, 547.

Evans, Oliver, appointed riding officer for the wool business at Werden Point, 354.
-, -, Richard, captain en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Evelyn, John, Postmaster General appointed Master of the General Post Office in Edinburgh, 316; warrants to, 199, 241.

Even, Mrs., removed from list of persons recommended for the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.

Everard, Sir Hugh, bart., Receiver General of taxes for Essex, deceased, 509, 568.
-, -, James, clerk, lease of lighthouses at Hunstanton, petition and grant, 174, 323, 423, 588.
-, -, Dame Mary, widow of Sir Hugh, house duty account, 509; petition for her husband's extraordinary charges, 568.
-, -, Rebecca, wife of James, lease of lighthouses at Hunstanton, petition and grant, 174, 323, 423, 588; uncle of. See Knight, John.

Evidences. See Crown Evidences.

Ewers, Isaac, of Lincoln's Inn, constituted a commissioner in the office of Alienations, 276.

Ewisdale (Ensdale), co. Dumfries, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W.

Exchange:
-, Bills of, foreign, discounting of, 90, 475.
-, rates of:
-, between:

England and Ireland, loss on, 271.

England and New York, 277.
-, Lisbon and London, 572; disproportion of, 90.
-, certificates of Directors of the Bank of England re, 381.
-, losses by, 271, 282, 562.
-, merchants consulted as to, 504.
-, of foreign coin in the Plantations, Act 6 Anne, c. 27, for ascertaining, 431.
-, See also various coins.
-, remittances, 5, 18, 24, 37, 43, 45, 50, 54, 73, 89, 95, 96, 105, 111, 210, 214, 325, 327, 339, 378, 457, 504, 509.
-, accounts of, for Auditors of Imprests, 504.
-, agreements and contracts for, 6, 9, 14, 17, 29, 35, 36, 39, 42, 49, 53, 83, 85, 96, 97, 99, 104, 109, 110, 176, 194, 437, 442, (2), 452, 459, 466, 478, 495, 502, 504, 520, 550.
-, Bank of England unwilling to engage in, 41.
-, brokerage on, 1 per mil, 83.
-, commission on, 6s. 8d. per cent., 83; refunded, 17.
-, complaint by bankers at Genoa re, 478.
-, discount on, 83.
-, freight on, paid to captains of men of war, 5.
-, from Ireland, 5, 10, 45, 579.

Exchequer Bills:
-, cancelling of. See Exchequer Billsdefaced.
-, cashing of (exchanging for gold or specie), 28, 33.
-, by the Bank of England, 15; legality of, 20; tripartite indenture for taking subscriptions for 1,000,000l., amendments to, 100, 101, 104.
-, instructions to Receivers General for, 16, 38.
-, circulating of:
-, Act (6 Anne, c. 21) for continuing duties on Houses to secure a yearly fund for, 311.
-, by the Bank of England. See Bank of England.
-, trustees for circulating old Exchequer Bills (Sir J. Bateman, H. Fermor, J. Heathcote):
-, accounts of, 258, 297, 386.
-, attending the Treasury, 20.
-, loans by, 285, 295.
-, office of, incident charges, necessaries, 181, 258, 386.
-, officers employed by (L. Herne, S. Edwards, W. Parrot, Mary Parrot), salaries of, 391.
-, payments to, for premiums and other charges paid in accordance with Act for continuing several Impositions [7 Anne, c. 31], 20, 285, 294, 295.
-, salaries, of, 391.
-, credit of, proposals for keeping up, 100, 101; in the country, 16.
-, defaced or filled up by Endorsements, warrant for cancelling and renewing (as by Act of 7 Anne, c. 30), 419.
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue to, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345.
-, discount on:
-, army officers and, 523.
-, increase of, damaging to the Government, 13.
-, loss by, 104.
-, payment of, 110, 542, 556.
-, rates, 46 and note.
-, reduction of, 46 note; proposals for, 13, 15, 108, 114.
-, interest on, paymasters of (S. Edwards; L. Herne), payments to, 201, 495.
-, issued by the Exchequer Receipt, as by Act (7 Anne, c. 30) for enlarging the capital stock of the Bank of England, 201, 348, 462, 475, 495.
-, loans made, taken or repaid in, 5, 8, 9, 14, 29, 45, 49, 54, 83, 104, 105, 110, 466, 554.
-, non-specie, high discount occasioned by issue of great sums in, 100, 516; proposal to discount foreign bills by, detrimental to Bank of England and English credit abroad, 90, 475.
-, office, 181.
-, payments in, 39, 110, 113; at the Exchequer, 15; difficulties of making small payments, 28.
-, specie, interest on, instructions re, 15, 16; to be tendered as and considered as the equivalent of ready money, 15.
-, weekly certificates of, 419.

Exchequer Chamber, cellar underneath, for storing foils and counterfoils of tallies, 468.

Exchequer Court:
-, Barbados. See Barbados.
-, Barons, 132, 253, 421, 477, 479, 589. See also Price, Robert.
-, cases, 31, 51, 145, 164, 211, 223, 281, 504, 522.
-, Clerk of the Pleas. See Exchequer CourtLord Treasurer's Remembrancer
-, contempt of, sums levied for, 281.
-, Cursitor, Baron of. See Simpson, Sir W.
-, Deputy Chamberlains. See Exchequer CourtPipe.
-, Deputy Remembrancer. See Exchequer CourtQueen's Remembrancer.
-, Ireland. See Ireland.
-, Lord chief Baron, 15, 17, 212, 413, 558.
-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer:
-, Clerk of the Pleas. See Marriot, T.
-, clerks, fee payable to, every second year, 402.
-, first secondary. See Taylour, J.
-, office, officers of, payment to, 420.
-, second secondary. See Battley, C.
-, officers of, necessaries for, 212, 416, 387, 546; not to intermeddle in parliamentary elections, 470.
-, Originals transcribed out of the Chancery into 402, 520.
-, papers relating to the port of Chester to be returned to, 158.
-, Pipe:
-, clerk of, 469.
-, allowances and fee payable to, 362, 398, 399.
-, appointment of William Farrar, 224.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 341, 497, 571.
-, report by, 341.
-, warrants to, 217, 221, 248, 321, 322, 329, 335, 354, 548.
-, And see Cook, Sir J.
-, Comptroller of. See Pottinger, J.
-, Deputy Chamberlains for joining tallies (Ballow, H.; Smith, J.):
-, additional accommodation for, 468; modation for, 468; petition for, 579.
-, allowance of 2s. per 1,000l., 399.
-, customs fee to, 362.
-, payments to, 318, 362, 399.
-, petition of, 366, 423, 604.
-, Deputy Clerk. See Anderson, A.; Tullie, P.
-, Great Roll of, extracts from, 375.
-, secondary and sworn clerks, fees payable out of Customs to, 362.
-, proceeding on Penal Statutes and Popular Actions in, proposal for reforming, referred to the Law Officers, 288.
-, process, 38, 46, 47, 68, 83, 99, 108, 143, 458, 586, 597; stay of, 95, 161, 163, 172, 199, 200, 203, 207, 212, 215, 239, 251, 256, 265, 288, 369, 373, 383, 387, 391, 463, 469, 471, 509, 524, 541, 592, 601,
-, Queen's Remembrancer (Remembrancer):
-, account books for outports from, 86, 470.
-, attending the Treasury, 53, 54; day appointed for, 34.
-, bonds (for glass duties) to be delivered up to, 16.
-, deputy to, attending the Treasury, 47, 55; and see Morgan, J.; Stevens, H.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 470, 472, 473, 474, 482, 514.
-, office of, Agents for Taxes attending, 47; duplicates of Land and Window Taxes in, 400; process in, 55, stay of, 601.
-, warrants to, 137, 161, 163, 166, 169, 172, 199, 200, 203, 207, 212, 215(2), 216, 239, 243, 251, 252, 256, 265(2), 354, 369, 373, 383, 387, 388, 391, 458, 477, 479, 499, 500, 501, 521.
-, Queen's Solicitor (Solicitor for H.M. affairs) in. See Harrison, C.
-, records in, sorting and ordering, 175, 347, 416.
-, Seal of, Commission under. 388; leases under, 120, 396; writ for release of debtor under, 388.
-, Senior deputy chamberlain. See Le Neve, P.
-, Solicitor for Her Majesty's affairs in. See Harrison, C.
-, Usher of (Chief Usher), his right to appoint subordinate officers, 452; and see Heneage, Sir M.
-, writ of error in. See Error.

Exchequer Receipt:
-, ancient course of, Act 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 28, for observing, 496.
-, auditor of. See Montagu, Charles, Earl of Halifax. and allowances to contributors to annuities, 337.
-, certificates by, 118, 123, 128, 130, 175, 201, 219(2), 238, 244, 304, 308, 318, 347, 348, 429, 475, 528, 538, 539.
-, fee of, 130, 558.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 164, 244, 303, 360, 437, 550, 551, 558, 604.
-, office of:
-, debts of, 164.
-, Register of Public Loans in, account of deficiencies on, 540: keeper of (T. Fox), allowance, 221, 346, 484, 559.
-, payments in Exchequer Bills by, 123, 347, 475.
-, and renewal of defaced Exchequer Bills, 419.
-, warrants to, 124, 325, 419, 421, 462, 479, 553.
-, Chamberlains of (Ashburnham, Sir W.; Steward, Sir N.), 260.
-, Chancellor of, Chancellor and Under Treasurer (Boyle, R.; Harley R.; Smith, J.):
-, allowance in lieu of perquisites and profits, 221.
-, attending the Treasury, 1114 passim, 594, 598.
-, disbursements by sheriffs allowed by, 469.
-, examination of Richardson and others by, re Customs frauds, 6168, 7578, 93, 94, 103, 104.
-, extent against Royal African Company granted by, alleged, 558.
-, report by, 309.
-, robes or vestures of, allowance for, 511.
-, salary, 227, 498, 511.
-, Civil list money in. See Civil List.
-, clerks and ministers of, payments to, 224; and see Exchequer ReceiptOfficers.
-, Deputy Chamberlains (Le Neve, P.; Stuart, Sir S.), allowances for sorting records, 175, 347, 552.

Exchequer Bills issued at, 462; interest paid to lenders or payers of, 201, 347, 475, 495.

Excise money paid into, fees and porterage on, 219, 352, 449, 512.
-, fees, 28, 123, 145, 184, 210(2), 219, 229, 250, 279, 298(2), 317, 342, 343, 357, 358, 359(2), 367, 399, 414, 432, 441, 449, 457, 465, 482, 493, 494, 537, 540, 547, 590.
-, at 1d. per pound, 209, 211, 279.
-, baronetcy, 239.
-, loans in, warrants for taking, on:
-, Act for continuing several impositions, continued impositions, &c. [2 Anne, c. 14], 230.
-, Act for continuing half subsidies and other impositions and duties (6 Anne, c. 48 21 or c. 73), 175, 308, 430, 528, 539.
-, Act for continuing several impositions and duties [7 Anne, c. 31 or c. 13], 118, 429.
-, Candle duty, 216.
-, Land Tax (1711), 511, 553.
-, Subsidy Act (6 Anne, c. 27), 128, 244.
-, Tin. See Tinsale of.
-, messengers in ordinary, four, royal proclamations circulated by, allowance for, 222.
-, money of compositions and seizures in, application of, 185, 186.
-, officer for paying annuities on the 1,500,000l. Lottery in (Humble, Sir J.), appointment and salary, 384; issue to, 557.
-, officers and clerks in, 283; necessaries for, 173, 265, 550; ordered to attend on holidays to receive loans, 551.
-, payments into, 158, 171, 240, 389, 454.
-, Pells, Clerk of (Pelham, H.), 224.
-, clerk to (White, P.), payment to, 224.
-, warrant to, 325.
-, pensions payable at, 121, 601.
-, porter attending at the Exchequer Gate (Broadhurst, J.; Millward, E.), 224, 348, 484.
-, produce of pirates' effects paid into, 389.
-, records of, recovered by P. Le Neve, payment for, 92.
-, rent of the farm of Post Fines paid into, 454.
-, rules of, payments disallowed by, 463.
-, tallies levied in, foils and counterfoils of, additional accommodation for, 468.
-, Tally Court, officers and clerks of, fees of (9 per cent. per annum), 318, 557, petition of, 605.
-, Tellers (Palmes, G.; Robartes, F.; Robartes, R.; Smith, J.; Vernon, J.):
-, appointments, 84, 461, 465, 472, 473, 477, 479.
-, attending the Treasury, 16.
-, demand for an arrear of an annuity on, 303.
-, first clerk in the office of J. Smith, appointment and presentation of L. Herne, 512; extract from Act 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 28, relating thereto, 512.
-, interest allowed by, to payers or lenders of Exchequer Bills, 201, 348, 495.
-, securities of, warrants to take, 472, 473, 477, 479.
-, specie issued by, for the Navy, 162, 165, 172, 187.
-, transfer of cash upon death or removal of, 479.
-, treasure in, allowance for locking up and delivering out, 484.
-, Treasurer of, Commissioners for executing office of. See Treasury Board.
-, Under Treasurer. See Exchequer Receipt-Chancellor.
-, Usher of. See Edwyn, S.
-, house of, at Westminster, trial of the Pix of Scotland at, 350, 351.
-, right of, to furnish stationery, &c., and of appointing subordinate officers, 452.
-, warrants to, 118, 130, 176, 208, 218, 219, 230, 236, 239, 273, 308, 315, 317, 345, 348, 368, 375, 403, 426, 429, 430, 454, 506, 511, 515, 516, 526, 528, 537, 539, 544.

Excise:
-, annuity orders of the 3,700l. per week, lost, 515, 516.
-, book-keeping method of, instruction of new officers in, 253.
-, Cashier and Receiver General (Meriton, H.; Pauncefort, E.):
-, appointment of E. Pauncefort, 304.
-, fees and porterage, 219, 352, 449, 512.
-, payments to, receipts for, 42.
-, weekly certificate of receipts, payments and remains supplied by, 521.
-, clerks and officers, not to unduly meddle in parliamentary elections, 85, 470.
-, collectors of, money advanced by, to buy tin, 41, 42; and see Parry, C.
-, Commission of Appeals and Regulating (Ashburne, J.; Goodman, T.; Honywood, Sir W.; Hungerford, W.; Lyndall, W.), new commission and salaries, 281. See also Chaloner, E.
-, Commissioners:
-, appointment of J. Vernon, junior, 84, 464.
-, attend the Treasury, 5, 6, 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 114; upon summons only, 34.
-, Candle duties to be managed by, 12; and see ExciseCommissioners (new commission).
-, incident charges payable by, 293.
-, letter from, 41.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 22, 167, 191, 216, 219(2), 252, 286, 288, 296, 304(2), 314, 332, 390, 449, 470(2), 485, 516, 545, 592, 600.
-, memorials from, 252, 253.
-, new commissions:
-, (Bulstrode, W.; Gifford, Sir W.; Montague, C.; Noell, E.; Pollexfen, N.; Ryley, P.; Strong, W.; Townsend, G.; Wyvell, Sir M.).
-, Candle duty to be managed by, 293.
-, words omitted from, requiring approval of Treasurer for the payment of incidents, 293.
-, (Bulstrode, W.; Montague, C.; Noell, E.; Pollexfen, N.; Ryley, P.; Strong, W.; Townsend, G.; Wyvell, Sir M.; Vernon. J.), 464.
-, parliamentary elections and, 85.
-, reports by, 106, 251, 323, 352, 576, 601, 602.
-, resignation of Sir W. Gifford, 84, 464; enforced (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 12, clause, 49), 74.
-, salaries, 293.
-, warrants to, 227, 251(2), 253, 323, 328, 352, 512, 539.
-, Comptroller of. See Howe, Viscount; Meriton, H.; Sydney, T.
-, additional allowance for, in regard to Candle duties, 106.
-, additional clerk for, 390.
-, deputy to. See Hughes, S.
-, duties and revenue:
-, account of arrears of, required, 86, 470.
-, additional (by Act 8 Anne, c. 12), granted as a fund for the 900,000l. annuities, 413, 462; management charges to be debited to, 252.
-, credit to brewers for, 16, 18.
-, paid into the Exchequer, 545; fees and porterage on, 219, 352, 449, 512.
-, Scotland's liability to pay, under the Union, 167; equivalent for, 167, 168.

And see:

Beer and Ale.

Candles.

Glass.

Hereditary.

Low Wines.

Leather.

Malt.

Paper

Salt.

Stamps.

White Wines.


-, employment in, recommendation for, 573.
-, gauging method of, instruction of new officers in, 253.
-, incidents, 328, 366, 486; and see Excise-Commissioners.
-, officers:
-, appointment of, for Candle duties. See Candle duties.
-, bankrupt, 286.
-, chandlers appointed as, 253.
-, dismissed, 227.
-, frauds by, 227.
-, incident charges of. See Exciseincidents.
-, not to unduly meddle in parliamentary elections, 85, 470.
-, salary bills, 218, 344, 366, 471; Land Tax assessments on salaries under 100l. per annum, refunded, 251.
-, Solicitor (Bulstrode, W.; Ellis, J.).
-, appointment of J. Ellis, 298.
-, increased business of his office, 328.
-, salary, 328.

Exeter, co. Devon, 90.
-, Candle duty in, officers for collecting, 253.
-, distributor of Stamped paper in (Johns, W.), 479.
-, port:
-, collectors, 471.
-, customer at, money taken from, at the Revolution, 216.
-, deputy collector, Exchequer process against, 471.
-, landwaiters, 234.
-, tidesman, 160.

Expeditions to:
-, [Canada], the present (intended) expedition under Lord Shannon and Colonel F. Nicholson:
-, clothing for, 4.
-, extraordinary charges of, to be laid before Parliament, 573.
-, instructions to Colonel Nicholson for paying officers and contingencies of the Forces under his command, 267.
-, marines for, four hundred marine soldiers, 13, 237; seven companies of Seymour's regiment, 26, 342.
-, officers for:
-, en second, pay in advance for, 244.
-, General and Staff, establishment, 289, 497.
-, pay of:
-, deduction of 12d. in the pound and one day's pay from, for Chelsea Hospital, 268.
-, instructions for, 267.
-, issues for, 102, 376, 518.
-, six months full pay in advance, 244, 267.
-, subsistence, 13, 237.
-, ordnance stores for, 573.
-, Ireland (in 1689), accounts for, 16, 17.
-, North of England, from Flanders, 163.
-, Salisbury (in 1688), accounts for, 16.
-, West Indies, the (late) intended expedition:
-, Aide de Camp on the Establishment 161.
-, hospital for, stores provided for, 167.
-, issues to make good the expenses of, 141, 153, 185, 206, 246.

Exton, Everard, Lord High Admiral's Procurator General in the Admiralty Court, payment to, 214.

Eye, co. Northampton, waste and marsh lands in, 332.

Eyemouth, co. Berwick, Customs Establishment at, 408.

Eyles, Mr., letter from, 604; recommendation by, 567.
-, -, John, Receiver General for Land Tax and duties on Houses, co. Wilts, and New Sarum, 139, 182, 499.

Eyre,, petition re bills of exchange, 580.
-, -, Sir Robert, Solicitor General afterwards Judge of the Queen's Bench, clerk to, bill of, 576; payments to, 36, 367, 452.