Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Facheux, _, ensign in Magny's regiment, prisoner of war, 211; subsistence for, 211.
Factory. See Leith—sail cloth factory.
Fagots, lost at Ghent, charge for, 561.
Fairborne (Fairbone), Sir Stafford, Admiral of the Fleet, his flag pay, issue for, 21, 295.
Fairholme, James, merchant in Edinburgh, petition for compensation for loss of his ship, 309.
Fairs. See Romford.
Falconer (Falconar), Margret, royal bounty for, 273.
-, -, Patrick, clerk, chaplain going to Virginia, passage money for, 265.
-, - See also Faulkner.
Falkland, Lady. See Cary, Dorothy and Rebecca.
-, -, Viscount. See Cary, Anthony.
Falmouth (Falmouth Port), co. Cornwall, 278.
-, Agent for Prizes at. See Parker, John.
-, clothing shipped at, 320.
-, Collector of. See Burgoin, Thomas; Pye, William.
-, Dutch privateer at, 305.
-, Landwaiters at, 193.
-, Packet Boats, 174.
-, Agents for, 528; and see Jones, Francis; Rogers, Z.
-, complaint against, 93.
-, permitted to carry tin and merchandise, 527, 528.
-, to and from Lisbon, 132, 506, 528; agent for. See Rogers, Z.
-, to and from West Indies, 387, 449.
-, troops embarked on, 326.
-, plate shipped at, seizure of, 132.
-, salt landed at, 476, 602.
-, ships at, 200, 304, 305; tin ships from, convoy for, 345.
-, sick and wounded soldiers at, care of, 209.
-, smuggling at, 305.
-, surgeon at. See Code, Thomas.
-, troops embarked at, 326.
Fancourt, Lyon, appointed tidesman in Bristol port, 472.
-, -, Richard, tidesman in Cowes port, appointed tidesurveyor there, 160; petitions by, about Customs officers at Cowes, 569, 589, for reward for taking a French privateer, 277.
Fane, Mr., of Bristol, and lease of John Sansom's estate in Monmouthshire, 558.
Fanshaw, Anne, daughter of William, royal bounty for, 307.
-, -, Dorothy, daughter of William, royal bounty for, 307.
-, -, Edward, son of William, royal bounty for, 307.
-, -, Thomas, son of William, royal bounty for, 307.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 465.
-, -, William, deceased, children of, royal bounty for, 307. See also Nudigate, Elizabeth and Mary.
Fara. See Farra.
Fareham, co. Hants, Customs officers at, additional salary for, 320; waiter and searcher at, 160.
Faringdon. See Farrington.
Farra (Fara), John, Treasury letter carrier, payments to, 227, 229, 343, 349, 480.
-, -, John, junior, appointed tidesman at Shields, 354.
Farrer, William, Clerk of the Pipe, grant of office, 224.
Farriers, long pepper used as a drug by, 494.
Farrington (Faringdon, Farringdon), Thomas, Major-General and Lieutenant-General:
-, contingent disbursements, warrant for, 207.
-, petition of, 553, 604.
-, regiment of:
-, clothing for, 180.
-, encamped in the Isle of Wight, 39, 455.
-, foreign service for, 340, 553.
-, levy money for, petition for, 553.
-, new Establishment, 289.
-, new raising (1707), 180.
-, nineteenth company added to, 553.
-, offreckonings, respits on, 180.
-, ordered on shipboard, 303.
-, reduced in Spain, 180.
-, subsistence for, 39, 264, 303, 340, 421, 455, 501.
Farris, William, petition for an estate, 588.
Farthings, copper, petition for licence to coin, 522.
Fatts of clothing, 278, 320.
Fauconnier, Peter, appointed Collector and Receiver General of Revenues in New York, 152.
Faulkner, _, captain of H.M.S. Ranelagh, 9.
Fausset (Faussett), William, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments) and duties on Houses, co. Kent, 139, 500; his extraordinary charges, 444; payment to, 416.
Fawler [John], official in the Admiralty Office, tax on salary refunded, 301.
Fazakerley, Sir William, Chamberlain of the City of London:
-, attending the Treasury, 39, 41.
-, issue to, 308, for the poor of London, 157.
-, Receiver General of Land Tax (Assessments) for Middlesex, London, Westminster, and the Inns of Court and Chancery, 39, 137.
-, Receiver General for duties on Houses in Middlesex, London and Westminster, 500.
Feathers, importation of, 119, 127, 178, 222, 250; infected, sent back, 157, 179.
Fee farm rents. See Crown Land, rents and revenues.
Feild. See Field.
Feilding. See Fielding.
Fenwick, Robert, employment in the Custom House, Scotland, for, 339, 569, 589.
-, -, Robert, ship-owner, petitions for discharge of cargo and for ships to be discharged from quarantine, 131, 454, 470.
-, -, William, et al, merchants, petition for permit to unlade cargo, 220, 254.
Ferguson, William, tidewaiter at Leith, dismissed, 169.
Fermor, Henry, a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 391; money warrant for, 294.
Ferne (Fern), Henry, Cashier of Customs:
-, account of payments into the Exchequer for certain duties, required, 491.
-, accounts of, allowances in, 219.
-, General Account of the Customs and, 47.
-, General Mortgage tallies and orders assigned to, 57, 459.
-, letters to, 268, 491; mentioned, 18.
-, loans by, 48, 422, 434, 435.
-, security of, Exchequer fees on, 482.
-, warrants to, 246, 318, 399.
Ferneley (Fernely), Joseph, et al., merchants, cargo belonging to, 233; petition for discharge of ship from quarantine, 203.
Fetherston, Nicholas, officer at Mostyn, appointed riding surveyor at Beaumaris, 417.
Fez, Morocco, Taffilette and Suze, Emperor of, Plenipotentiary (Envoy Extraordinary) to. See Delaval, G.
Field (Feild), _, petitioner, 588.
-, -, John, Queen's waiter, London port, deceased, 360.
-, -, John, riding officer at Lewes, appointed supervisor of riding officers in the Western Division of Sussex and supervisor of Chichester, salary, &c., 404.
Fielding (Feilding), Israel, Commissary of Provisions for the Army in Ireland, attending the Treasury, 51, 452; Exchequer process against, 46.
-, -, Margaret, woman of the Bedchamber, payment to, 181, 313, 398, 488.
Fifeshire, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craigengelt of Gogar, W.
Filks, John, Surveyor of Customs, Isle of Wight, petitioner, 569.
-, -, Jonathan, Surveyor of Customs at Cowes, petitioner, 569.
Finch, Charles, Earl of Winchelsea, salvage claim by officers of, 144.
Finlay (Finley), Robert, merchant of London, a Manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the duties on coals, 129; agreement with, 271.
Fiot, Thomas, Deputy of Guernsey, petition of, against establishing Custom House Officers on the Island, 118.
Firelocks, contract for purchase of, 305; price of. See Prices.
-, Leith—sail cloth factory.
-, Ships and shipping.
-, Virginia—college of William and Mary.
-, Windsor—stables in.
Firewood, importation of, 444.
First Engineer, memorial for place of, 568.
First Fruits, discharge from payment of, 429.
-, duties on. See Customs—duties.
-, for royal parks, allowance for, 117; and see London, St. James's Park.
-, prize, re-shipment of, duty free, 115, 122, 174, 254, 346, 353, 482.
-, roes, 439.
-, viewing and marking, Customs officer in charge of, 408, 410.
-, See also Codfish, Herrings, Sturgeon.
Fishcuring and packing. See Scotland.
Fisher, Benjamin, surveyor, waiter and searcher and commander of the boat at Sandwich, 319; appointed collector, 356; salary and duties, 417.
-, -, Elizabeth (Eliza), petitioner, 68, 588, 589.
-, -, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Surrey, appointment and salary, 447.
Fishery. See North Sea and Herring Fishery.
Fishguard, co. Pembroke, waiter at, 234.
Fishing boats, injury done to, by the French, reprisals for, 359, 360. See also French fishing boats.
Fishing rent. See Scotland.
Fishpool in Delamere Forest, q.v.
Fishwick, Thomas, appointed tidewaiter at Leith, 169.
Fitch. See Fytche.
Fitz Gerald (Fitz Gerrald), _, a prisoner, 56.
-, -, Garret, captain, petitioner, 569.
-, -, Robert, 19th Earl of Kildare, report from Ireland re, 510.
Fitz Hardinge, Viscount. See Berkeley, John.
Fitzroy, Charles, 2nd Duke of Grafton.
-, attending the Treasury, 15.
-, memorial re wreck on the Suffolk coast, 569.
-, papers presented by, 309.
-, pension or annuity due to, by death of the Duchess of Cleveland, 15, 19, 108, 271, 528.
-, -, George, Duke of Northumberland:
-, attending the Treasury, 15.
-, pension or annuity due to, by death of the Duchess of Cleveland, 15, 19, 108, 271, 528.
-, regiment of (Queen's Regiment of Horse), standards, banners, kettledrummers, trumpets and liveries for, 385.
-, Army in. See Army—Flanders.
-, campaign in, services in, 225.
-, confederates in, 333.
-, packet boats:
-, commander of, 199.
-, Director of. See Mackey, John.
-, loss of, 225.
-, posts, Director General of. See Jaupin, Francis.
-, Prussian troops in, 252.
Flax, importation of, 118(2), 119(3), 131, 142, 143, 171, 178, 203, 220, 222, 233, 250, 254, 444, 456, 505(2), 528; infected, not permitted to be landed, 179.
Fleming, (Flemming), _, captain en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Christopher, Lord Slane, 394.
Flint, county of:
-, House duties in, Receiver General of. See Conway, E.; Surveyor of. See Arthur, E.
-, Land Tax (Assessments, Taxes), Receiver General. See Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.; Williams, D.
-, Second Justice of. See Pocklington, J.
Flint, co. Flint, waiter and searcher at, 472.
Florence wine, importation of and duties on, 158.
Florey, Robert, mariner on the Greenhill, Customs Yacht, deceased, 160.
Florines and stivers, exchange rate, 24, 482.
Flotsam, grant of, 390.
Flower, Henry, recommended for a post, 604.
Fœdera. See Rymer.
Foissac, Louise de, pension for, 538.
Foley, John, major, attending the Treasury, 98; petitioner, 599.
Folkerjambe, _, lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Folkes (Folks), Martin, of Grays Inn, lands devised to, 240.
-, -, Thomas, of Bury, executor of Henry Jermyn, Lord Dover, contract for purchase of fee farm rent, 311; lands devised to, 240; payment to, 311. See also Foulk.
Folkestone, co. Kent, riding officers at, 403, 404.
Fonjulian (Fontjulian), _, regiment of, officers of, 198, 564.
Forage for the Army. See Army.
Forbes (Forbess), Alexander, clerk, chaplain going to Virginia, passage charges for, 186.
-, -, Robert, appointed tidewaiter at Burrowstounness, 216.
-, -, Sir Robert, Clerk of the Privy Council in Scotland, petition that records in his custody as, may be delivered to the Lord Register, 552; judge of the Admiralty Court of Scotland, petition for allowance for loss of that employment, 257, 588, 604.
Forder, Robert, Sheriff of Hampshire, warrant for overpayment in his account, 52, 363, 417.
Foreign coin, Act for ascertaining the rates of, in the Plantations (6 Anne, c. 57), copies of, ordered, 431; seizure of, 154, 311.
Foreign gold, seizure of 328, 353, 418.
Foreign plate. See Plate.
Foreign Princes. See Allies.
Foreign Salt. See Salt.
Forests. See Woods.
Forfarshire (Angus), Surveyor of Window duties in. See Wedderburn of Dundee, A.
Forfeited estates (forfeitures), lease of, petition for, 569; of a murderer, 269.
-, See also Bophin, Lord; Griffin, Lord; Kenedy, Sir R.; Raphoe, bishop of.
Forgery, of signatures of Commissioners of Customs, 61.
Forrester, Mary, Maid of Honour, payment to, 181, 314, 398, 488.
Forster, John, Attorney and Solicitor General of Ireland, 7, 271; counsel to the Revenue Commissioners in Ireland, 7, 271.
-, -, Joseph, one of the children of the Chapel, suit of clothes for, 405.
-, -, Thomas, appointed tidesman at Shields, 417.
-, -, Thomas, riding officer at Romney, removed to Winchelsea, salary, 404.
Forsyth, Jacob, appointed tidewaiter at Dumfries, 216.
Fort de Scarpe (Fort Escarpe), France, surrender of, 342.
Fort William, co. Inverness:
-, Customs officers, new Establishment, 411.
-, fortifications and repairs at 257.
-, General Riding Surveyor to, 126.
-, Governor of. See Maitland, James.
-, provisions for garrison of, taken by the enemy, ransom paid for, 165.
-, tidewaiter at, 216.
Fortifications. See Fort William, Gibraltar, Ordnance and Portsmouth, Chatham and Harwich.
Foster, Mary, royal bounty for, 150.
Foubert, _, major, memorial for arrears, 569.
Foulks, Mr. recommended for employment, 569.
Fountain, James, captain en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Four Courts. See Dublin.
Four and a half per cent. duty. See Customs—duties.
Fowey port, co. Cornwall.
-, collector of. See Harry, Edmund.
-, ships from, 144; carrying tin, convoy for, 345.
-, waiter and searcher at, 391.
Fowl for royal parks, allowance for, 117; petition re 575.
Fowler, Andrew, master of the Fisher, 119.
-, -, Francis, waiter and searcher at Gunnel in Padstow port, deceased, 234.
-, -, Thomas, tidewaiter at Burrowstounness, deceased, 216.
Fowling Marsh in Holme, q.v.
Fownes, Richard, surety, stay of process against, 405.
Fox, _, major, memorial in behalf of himself and captains of Creighton's regiment, 197.
-, - Charles, Paymaster General of the Army, accounts of, allowances in. 182, inspection of, 452; imprest money repaid by, 237; payments for army clothing by (1690–1), 227.
-, - Francis, lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, - Sir Stephen, his estates in the Isles of Arran, 324; petition of, 323.
-, -, Thomas, keeper of the Registers of Public Loans, in the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, allowance, 484; payment to, 221, 227, 346, 559.
Foyles, Anne, royal bounty for, 342, 428.
Framingham, William, appointed boatman at Brancaster, 270; frauds discovered by, 270.
Frampton, John, petitioner, 600.
-, Commissary for transportation of Irish soldiers to (1691–2), 47.
-, illegal trade with. See Trade.
-, prisoners of war in. See Prisoners of war.
-, salt from, imported into Scotland, 144.
-, ships for, 164: seizure of, 117.
-, suspect from, 582.
-, trade with. See Trade.
-, war with, the late, 281.
Francia, Simon, merchant of London, prize ship bought by, petition and permit to export cargo of, to a foreign market, 439, 482, 483.
Francis, Samuel, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Montgomery, appointment and salary, 448.
-, -, Simon, petitioner, 588.
Franckland. See Frankland.
Frankfort (Frankford), Prussia, Secretary at. See Davenant, H.
Frankland (Franckland), Sir Thomas, Postmaster General:
-, appointed Master of the General Post Office in Edinburgh, 316.
-, attending the Treasury, 82, 87.
-, warrants to. 199, 241.
-, -, William, Receiver General of Stamp Duties, petition for additional allowance for the duties on Clerks and Apprentices, 553, 604.
Franks, Richard, lieutenant colonel, certificate by, 385.
Frauds. See Abuses.
Frechville, Lady Anne Charlotte, Lady of the Bedchamber, payment to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
Frederick I, King of Prussia.
-, Ambassador to. See Raby, Lord.
-, subsidies to, issues and payments, 176, 279, 280, 296; old, for 8,000 men in Italy, 336; treaties and conventions for, 176, 279, 280, 377.
-, troops of. See Prussian troops.
Frederick IV. King of Denmark.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Poulteney, D.
-, a relation of George, Prince of Denmark, 519.
-, subsidies to (Danish subsidies), 102; issues and payments, 176, 225, 279, 336; memorial re 38; treaties for, 279, 280.
-, troops of. See Danes.
Frederick Amalia, Duchess of Holstein, sister of George, Prince of Denmark, children of, 519.
Frederick Augustus, Elector of Saxony, as King of Poland, Resident from. See Kirchner, K. C.
Free chase, grant of, 132.
Free warren, grant of, 132.
Freeman, Richard, Chancellor of Ireland and Speaker of the House of Lords there, expense for, 144.
Freke, _, colonel, petition for reimbursement for providing tents for Erle's regiment, 133.
French, George, tidewaiter at Inverness, 215.
-, - Thomas, appointed boatman at Orford, 193.
French, the French:
-, in America, Indians used against, 276.
-, British officers and subjects in, 394; recalled by Proclamation, 196, 394.
-, captain - lieutenant in. See Claverie, J. A.
-, defeated at Wynendale, 199.
-, regiment in. See Du Gassion.
-, in Canada, protection against, 148.
-, Churches, in Dublin, allowance for, 294.
-, clergy. See French—ministers.
-, fishing boats, release of, ordered by the Queen, 443; reprisals against, 359.
-, goods, duties on. See Customs—duties; importation of, from Guernsey, prevention of, 119.
-, linens, fee of 2d. per pack on, 272.
-, ministers (clergy):
-, in London, certificate by, 203.
-, in the Savoy Chapel, 128, 348, 523.
-, refugees, petitioners, 604.
-, royal bounty for, 357.
-, navy (men of war, ships), action with, 127, 204; captured, 370.
-, officers, on the Irish Establishment. See Ireland—Army (officers).
-, paper, importation of, 418.
-, privateers, 277; money and vouchers taken by, 363; ship driven ashore by, 144; ship retaken from, 436.
-, prizes taken from, 122, 172, 238.
-, protestant troops. See Army—Piedmont.
-, protestants, royal bounty for, 357, 372.
-, refugees, 252, 256; in Dublin. See Dublin.
-, salt. See Salt.
-, ships, engagement with, 346; seized and captured, 133, 286, 353.
-, allowance of, to Irish Privy Councillors, 549.
-, bought for the Queen's service, 295.
-, collusive trade in, 211, 212.
-, duties on. See Customs—duties.
-, seized, 122, 583; Queen's share, 145, 522; reward for, proposed 425.
-, wines captured by, 95, 147, 491.
Frenchmen, going abroad, passes required by, 517.
Frickley, co. York, tithes of grain in, lease of, 322.
Frost, Mr., of West Ham, Exchequer bills demanded by, 20.
-, -, Mark, lease of lands, stallage and piccage in Romford, 329.
Frowd, Edward, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Glamorgan, appointment and salary, 447.
Fryers, the, land called, in Richmond Palace, q.v.
Fuller, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Sussex, appointment and salary, 512; case of, 98; discharged and reinstated, 481; petitioner, 589, 597.
Fullerton, Sir James, grant in trust to, 329.
Fulton, William, tidesman at Irwin, deceased, 216.
Funerals. See George, Prince of Denmark.
Fur trade with Indians, 277.
Furnese (Furnace), Sir Henry:
-, attending the Treasury, 5, 6, 7, 8, 17, 24, 28, 32, 35(2) 98, 99, 427.
-, his bills of exchange, 24(2), 44, 247, 272, 418; payment of, 28, 37, 135, 358; rate of, 134, 135, 136, 142.
-, complaint by, 42.
-, his correspondents in Portugal, 99; money advanced by, 44, 96, 350.
-, exchange rate allowed by, 375.
-, foreign gold exported by, seizure of, 418; petitions re 328, 353.
-, issues and payments to, 9, 135, 210, 358; for commission and charges, 272.
-, Land Tax tallies in his hands, 113.
-, letter of credit given by, issue to answer, 136.
-, loans by, 170, 187, 189, 272, 432, 551.
-, memorial of, 581; memorial referred to, 327.
-, and money returned from Lisbon, 25.
-, remittances by, 5, 6, 18, 24(2), 35, 43, 210, 325, 437, 478; accounts of, 504, 509; agreements and proposals for, 9, 39, 42, 99, 504; freight on, 5; issue for payment of, 214.
-, tallies and orders assigned to, 266, 554; desired not to dispose of, 554.
-, Treasury unwilling to treat with any other about remittances to Portugal, 427.
-, willing to part with his proportion of tin, 44.
Furnihaugh, John, ensign en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, chairs for the Court of Wards, 120.
-, estimate of annual charge in the Great Wardrobe for, required, 451.
-, supply of, 474; for Court for trying Dr. Sacheverell, 171; for House of Lords, 525; warrants for, 443, 487.
Fuzees, for Palatines going to New York, 115.
Fyles, John, appointed riding officer at New Romney, 353.
Fytche (Fitch), Sir Comport, bart., Sheriff of Kent, debit on his account, 375.