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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Gacherie, Marie, pension for, 127.

Gadcombe. See Gatcombe.

Gage, George, lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Galand, Lewis, army debenture sold to, 373.

Galbraith, William, waiter and searcher at Budle, increased salary and boat for, 441.

Gallas, Count, letter to, 537; memorial of, 517.

Galloway, east part of, co. Kirkcudbright, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Craik of Duchrae, W.
-, -, West, co. Wigton, Surveyor of Window duties for. See Stewart of Tintilock, T.

Galway, Ireland, 324.

Galway, Earl of. See Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de.

Gamekeepers, the seven, liveries for, 424; payment to, 40.

Gamon, George, petition for employment in the Customs, 569.

Gannel (Gunnell), co. Cornwall, waiter and searcher at, 234.

Gard, William, protection from impressment for, 73, 459.
-, - See also Guard.

Garden Gate House or Trumpeting House in Richmond Palace, q.v.

Gardening contract, cost of. See Prices.

Gardens. See Royal Gardens.

Gardiner (Gardner), _, ensign en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, _, captain, trustee for orphans of Captain Calder, 587.
-, -, Mr., matter referred to, 565.
-, -, Daniel, serjeant at arms, his fee and allowance, 369.
-, -, Ja., tidesman in Bristol port, deceased, 472.
-, -, John, appointed waiter and searcher at Corsham, 320.
-, -, Robert, captain, agent for regiments of Brigadier Handasyde and Brigadier Livesay, memorial of, 487; report on, 589.
-, -, Robert, memorial re disbursements for pay of officers of West India regiments, 569.

Gardners House in Windsor Great Park, q.v.

Garforth, William, merchant, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 485, 505.

Garland. _, security, absconded, 509.

Garrisons. See Army—Guards and Garrisons.

Garter, Order of:
-, annuity for support of, 314, 515.
-, Chancellor of (G. Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury), 314, 515.
-, Principal King at Arms (H. St. George), 364.

Garway, Allan, petition for lease of a tenement near the Savoy, 270.
-, -, John, creditor of the Royal African Company, grant to, 281; petition of, 17, report on, 212.

Gatcombe (Gadcombe), in Bristol port, co. Gloucester, boatmen at, 353.

Gatrell, John, lost annuity order in name of, 219.

Gaugaine, Thomas, a Manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the duties on coals, 129.

Gauger of wine, honey, oil, &c., in port of Bristol, office of, 174.

Gauging. See Excise.

Gausserau, Peter, quartermaster of dragoons, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.

Gay, Jonathan, captain en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Gaynham, John, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Gazette. See London Gazette.

Gazetter's Office, in the Cockpit, 160.

Gee, John, appointed tidesman and boatman at Stockton, 234; resigned, 269.

Gellot, Elizabeth, petitioner, 589; royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.

Gench, John, appointed tidewaiter at Leith, 169.

General Peace, Treaty of, Ambassador to (H. Walpole), 401.

Geneva, 247.
-, exchange rates at, 14.
-, Minister employed in her Majesty's affairs at. See Dayrolle, J.
-, Resident at. See Darziliers, J. P.

Genoa (Republic of Genoa):
-, bills of exchange from, 10, 135, 166, 208, 232, 249, 271, 291, 381, 505.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Molesworth, John.
-, journey to, expense of, 351.
-, money taken up at, 358.
-, rates of exchange at, 14.
-, remittance from, contract for, 478.
-, Resident at. See Chetwynd, William.

Genoa Crown, exchange rate of, 205.

Gentleman Usher. See Bertie, P.

Gentlemen of the Chapel. See Chapel Royal.

Gentlemen of the Pantry. See Royal Household.

Gentlemen Pensioners, Band of:
-, Paymaster of. See Smith, W.
-, wages and board wages of, issue for, 216, 506.

George, Prince of Denmark:
-, accounts of, 89.
-, administrators of (Hedges, Sir C.; Smith, J.), privy seal for discharging, 107, 489, 519.
-, agreement with Charles Boit, for a picture of the Queen, &c., 239, 417.
-, arms of, value of, 519.
-, coachman to (Johnson, M.), 126.
-, coins of. See below—Medals.
-, death of, 213.
-, estate of, payment out of, 239; value of, 519.
-, funeral of, Officers at Arms' demand for the pall, canopy, &c., used at, 460; their petition for an allowance for attending, 570, 579.
-, grooms to (Hitton, R; Keys, W.; Peterson, H.), 126, 183, 184.
-, grooms of the Bedchamber to (Hill, J.; Masham, S.), annual allowance to, stopped, 450.
-, house of, at Greenwich, 519.
-, jewels of, value of, 519.
-, laundress to (Cooper, D.), 356.
-, Lord High Admiral, 213.
-, medals and coins of, value of, 519.
-, mourning for, 393, 532, 533(2), 534, 535.
-, Pages of the Backstairs, assistant to (Person, P.), 423.
-, Postillion to (Atkinson, T.), 126.
-, relations of, 519.
-, servants of, salaries and pensions of, issues for, 89, 127, 277, 359, 475.
-, silver plate belonging to, value of, 520.
-, sisters of. See Anna Sophia, Frederick Amalia, Ulrica Elionora Sabina.
-, stables used by, at Windsor, 406.
-, trustee for (Churchill, G.), 520.
-, watermen to, liveries for, 541.

George, Prince of Hesse, bill of, petition for payment of, 68; money expended by, at Gibraltar, 569, 572.

George (Gorge, Georges), Robert, one of the Secretaries to the Managers and Directors of the Lottery (as by the Act of 8 Anne, c. 10), payments to, 165, 268, 295, 341, 372, 462, 512.

Gerard, John, security, petitioner, 600.

Gerbet, John, lieutenant of foot, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.

Gerbert, John, captain, 511.

German paper, importation of, 418.

German Protestants (Palatines, Poor Palatines):
-, bibles, &c., for, 116.
-, charitable collections for, 32, 398; account of distribution of, required, 394, 574.
-, Commissioners for settling, 340, 490, 574; agreement with trademen, 398; Secretary to (Bendishe, H.), 116, 260, 386, 586.
-, from Holland, subsisting and transporting, payment for, 382.
-, goods, tools, &c., for. See New York.
-, in the Army. See Army—Flanders, Italy, Spain.
-, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, in the Isle of Scilly, 490.
-, returning home (to Holland), 129, 264, 359.
-, allowance for, per head, 154.
-, care and supervision of, 149, 269.
-, issue for, 283.
-, transportation of, 149, 153, 260.
-, services to, 166.
-, settlement of, in New York. See New York.
-, at Windsor. See Windsor.

German recruits, sent to Catalonia, 296.

Germany:
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Meadows, Sir P., junior.
-, late Emperor of, 283; Irish prisoners for, 283; Resident from. See Hoffman, P.

Gernon, Edward, part of town and lands of Miltown, co. Louth, purchased from, 388.
-, -, Nicholas, petitioner, 589.

Gerrit, Cornelius, captain of the Neptune, privateer of Middleburg, payment to, for retaking H.M.S. Success, 319.

Ghent, Flanders, Sir S. de Medina's losses at, 561, 562; Spanish Commissary (P. Cardosso) at, 561.

Gibbon (Gibbons), _, a pilot, attending the Customs Commissioners, 463.
-, -, Edward:
-, attending the Treasury, 57, 82.
-, loan by, on Tin, 44.
-, payment to, for train of artillery in Flanders, 379, 380.
-, remittances by, 42, 466; for the artillery train in Flanders, 89.
-, -, Grinling, annual payment to, 490.
-, -, Jeoffry, pension for, 183.
-, -, John, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 364.

Gibraltar:
-, accounts, 5.
-, "affair," report re, 575.
-, arms lost in passage to, 266.
-, army in. See Army—Gibraltar.
-, beef and pork for, 473.
-, bills drawn from, 136.
-, fortifications at, 6, 423, 569.

Governor of, money paid by direction of, 6; and see Shrimpton, John.
-, money expended by the Prince of Hesse at, 572.
-, ship for, 509.
-, siege of, 224.
-, Straits of, 9, 247; men of war for, 99, 507, 533; tin sent to, 572, 576.
-, want of officers at, 224.
-, works at, accounts for, 6.

Gibson, Sir John, his account, 17.
-, -, William, riding officer at Lydd, removed to the Isle of Sheppey, salary, 403.

Giffin. See Montgomerie of Giffin.

Gifford, Charles, executors of, pension payment to, 475.
-, -, Sir William, a Commissioner of Excise, 293.
-, letter from, 74.
-, a Manager for Candle duties, 293.
-, parliamentary candidate for Portsmouth, 74.
-, resignation and revocation of his commission, 74, 84, 464.

Gilbert, _, captain, petition for a pension on the Irish Establishment, 198.

Giles, Isaac, landwaiter at Falmouth, appointed to Bristol, 193(2).
-, -, William, appointed tidewaiter at Glasgow port, 235.

Giliat, _, security, absconded, 509.

Gillard, George, Deputy Commissary to the two old Marine regiments, assignment from, 433.

Gillart, Lewis, superannuated riding officer, waiter and searcher at Eastbourne, 354; petition re reduction of his pension, 456, 589.

Gillenborgh, Count. See Gyllenborg, Carl.

Gillson, John, tidesman at Shields, deceased, 417.

Gilpin, Bernard, surety, 354.

Giniff, _, petitioner, 588.

Girandeau, Moses, Clerk to the Treasurer of the Chamber, petition for allowance of extra-ordinary payments, 437.

Glamorganshire:
-, Chief Justice of. See Banastre, W.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Howell, G.; Surveyor of. See Frowd, E.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of. See Howell, G.
-, Second Justice of. See Cox, C.

Glanville George. See Granville.
-, -, William, a Manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the duties on coals, 129.

Glasgow:
-, foreign salt to be sent to, 144.
-, Lord Provost and magistrates of, petition for horse post to Edinburgh, 181.
-, merchant of, 314.
-, Newport, Customs officers at, new Establishment, 410.
-, port:
-, collectors of, accounts to be kept by, 412.
-, comptroller of, accounts to be kept by, 412.
-, Customs officers at, new Establishment, 410.
-, tideswaiters, 216, 235.
-, trade of, enquiry re, 223.
-, ship from, captured, 165.
-, Surveyor of Window duties in. See McClellan of Barklay, R.

Glasgow University, professors of, annual payment to, 513.

Glasgow, Earl of. See Boyle, David.

Glasgow and Edinburgh, horse post between, 181.

Glass Wares [Earthenware and Tobacco Pipes, &c.], expired duties on (as by 6–7 Wm. III, c. 18, and 7–8 Wm. III, c. 31), Commissioners of, stated accounts of, 16, 360.

Glazier, Mary, relict of Jeffrey, payment to, 214.
-, -, Jeffrey, 214.

Gledhill, _, colonel, petitioner, 441, 477, 589; regiment of Macartney raised by, after the battle of Almanza, 441; wounded at the siege of Douay, 441.

Gloucester, co. Gloucester, Customer of. See Aram, A.; Crossley, R.

Gloucestershire, House duties in, Receiver General of. See Prinn, J.; Surveyors of. See Baker, R.; Jefferys, N.; Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Prinn, G.; Rogers, W.

Goatley (Goatly), Sarles, Serjeant at Arms attending the House of Lords, 399; allowance for attending the Speaker, 399; payment to, 543.

Godard. See Goddard.

Godberson, Marcus, master of the Hedwick Sophia, 444.

Godbey, _, major, his company in Peirse's regiment, debt for subsistence, 395.

Goddard (Godard), Mr., Consul at Tunis, demand for prizes upon, 373.
-, -, Eleanor, widow of Richard, letter carrier, petition for pay, 552.
-, -, Elizabeth, petitioner, 604.
-, -, John, surety for J. Sansom, Collector of Bristol, petition of, 227.
-, -, Richard, his salary as a letter carrier out of the Post Office in Scotland, 552.
-, -, Thomas, Distributor of Stamped Paper in Norwich, 14; appointment, 217: revoked, 24, 327.

Godfrey (Godfry), _, colonel, contractor for [Army] clothing, attending the Treasury, 11, 12.
-, -, Francis, an executor of George Churchill, 520.

Godolphin, Charles, a Commissioner of Customs, attending the Treasury, for the examination of Richardson and others, re frauds, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 74, 75, 76, 79, 80; payment to, for additional clerks and incidents for the Register Office for North Britain, 246.
-, -, Francis, Viscount Rialton, Cofferer of the Household. See Royal Household.
-, -, Henrietta, Viscountess Rialton, Lady of the Bedchamber, payment to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, - Sidney Auditor of Imprests [for Wales], 169, 173, 407, 568.
-, -, Sidney, Lord Godolphin, Lord High Treasurer, 1–33 passim, 115–414 passim, 428, 437, 464, 537, 550, 551, 564, 577, 587; salary, 218, 344.

Godscall, _, tenement in Richmond occupied by, 322.

Gogar. See Craigengelt of Gogar, C.

Goheir, James, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Gold, Mr., Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, attending the Treasury, 31, 33, 41, 46, 53, 57, 73, 100, 104; creditor of the Navy, 31; discount of Exchequer Bills and, 46.
-, -, Jobe. See Gould.

Gold, exchange of Exchequer bills for, See Exchequer bills; returned from Portugal, 33, 35, 37, 39, 40, 96, 107, 477, 479, 555, 598; taken from pirates, 389; wrecked, grant of, 390. See also Foreign Gold, Moidores.

Gold collars of the Orders of the Thistle and St. Andrew, 399.

Gold cup for horse races, 395.

Goldfinch, Lawrence, petitioner, 569.

Goldham, John, Supervisor of riding officers for the guard of the Eastern Division of Sussex, additional salary, 234.

Golding, John, landwaiter in London Port, deceased, 547.

Goldney, Thomas, merchant of Bristol, prisoner for debt, petition and order for his release, 154, 253, 254, 388.

Goldsmith, Mary, widow, lease at Eton to, 406; lessee nominated by, 548; stables of, at Windsor, burnt, 406; son-in-law of. See Ryan, _.

Goldsmiths, 356. See also Campbell, J.; Mead, _; Newell, G. and J.; Shales, C.; and Queen's Goldsmith.

Goodal, Mr., deputy steward for the honor and manor of Hampton Court, order to, 23.

Goode, Elizabeth, administratrix of Lawrence Towne, petition of, 261.

Goodere, Charles, a Serjeant at Arms, collar of SS. for, 490.

Goodman, Thomas, appointed a Commissioner of Appeals and Regulating the Excise, 281.

Goodwin, Nathaniel, junior, boatman at Orford, appointed waiter and searcher at Lowestoft, 193.
-, -, Richmond, appointed waiter and searcher at Paignton, 269; father of, waiter and searcher at Paignton, 269.

Gordon, _, a prisoner, 56.
-, -, Adam, captain en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, Alexander, captain, disabled in the battle of Landen, petition for continuance of his pension, 196, 569.
-, -, George, Admiralty official, repayment of tax on his salary, 301.
-, -, John, petitions for discharge of ships in Scotland from quarantine and for permission to unlade ships, 242, 293.
-, -, John, petition in behalf of the town of Aberdeen, 196.
-, -, Robert, boatman at Montrose, removed, 292.
-, -, [William], Lord Strathnaver, foot regiment of, on the Establishment of Spain and Portugal, 135, 202, 338, 375.
-, serving in Flanders, 135, 338.
-, subsistence for, 135, 202, 338, 375.
-, -, Sir William, memorial of, 382.

Gordon of Kirkonnell, John, Surveyor of Window duties for Kyle, Cunningham, Renfrew and part of Clydesdale, 508.

Gore, Mr., a Director of the Bank of England, 453; attending the Treasury, 53.
-, -, Arthur, captain en second in Hill's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Sir William, acquittances by, 378.

Gorges (Gorge), Richard, major general and lieutenant general:
-, memorial and petition by, 251, 569.
-, regiment of foot of, late Donegal's, 197, 524, 599, 600.
-, clothing of, 569; debt for, 197, 439.
-, desertions from, on march from Lancashire to Portsmouth, 251.
-, disbursements of, on march from Winchester to Isle of Wight, 207.
-, drafts from other regiments for, 197, 524.
-, for and in Ireland, 271, 326, 524.
-, in Spain, 156.
-, lieutenant colonel of. See Delauney, J.
-, new raised after the battle of Almanza, 156.
-, officers:
-, captains, charges for clothing on, 197, 439; levy money paid by, 197; recruiting by, 251.
-, en second, half pay for, 156.
-, petitions of, 197, 524, 599, 600.
-, stoppages from pay of, 251, 524.
-, offreckonings, petition for the removal of respits on, 439.
-, on the Irish Establishment, 197, 419, 495.
-, pay of, 271, 419; petition for the removal of respits on, 251,
-, remittances from Ireland for, 494, 579.
-, sickness in, 251.

Goring, Mr., his deputation, 601.

Goris and Pangarts, Messrs., money due to, 482.

Goslen, Goslin. See Gosslin.

Gosport, co. Hants., letter from, 444; undertaker for sick and wounded at, issue to, 331.

Gosslin (Goslen, Goslin, Gossling, Gosselin, Gosselyn, Gosslyn, Gostlin), William [Comptroller of Prizes]:
-, account of arrears, &c., of prizes to be given by, 93.
-, action brought by, 275.
-, attending the Law Officers, 601.
-, attending the Treasury, 22, 31(2), 48, 93, 489.
-, directions to, 593; for paying salaries, 306, 349.
-, goods from the Thetis and, 31.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 261, 268, 275, 306, 349, 373, 576, 577, 591.
-, memorial of, 26.
-, reports by, 569, 570, 574.

Gott. Peter (Pettar), Receiver General for Land Tax (Assessments) and duties on Houses for Sussex, 139, 500; petition of, 569.

Gottenborg (Gottenburg, Gothenburg), Sweden:
-, naval stores from, 312.
-, not infected with plague, 430.
-, ships at, for, from, 150, 171, 312 (2), 314(2), 335(3), 430(2), 472(2), 476, 486, 505, 528, 544; released from quarantine, 433.

Gould (Gold), Sir Henry, Judge of the Queen's Bench, executors of, payment to, 367, 428.
-, -, Job or Jobe, mate to E. Wilkinson, waterman, London Port, 353, 578.
-, -, John, appointed riding officer at Deal, 353.
-, -, William, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Gouldney, Thomas, prisoner at Bristol, released on bail, 304.

Government, The, damage to, by increase in discount on Exchequer Bills, 13.

Government Officials:
-, frauds by, the result of meanness of salaries, 254. See also Abuses.
-, not to unduly meddle in parliamentary elections, 85, 470.
-, salaries of, meanness of, 254; not to be augmented, 45; repayment of taxes on, 33, 98, 250, 251, 273, 301, 328, 402, 522.

Grace, Isaac, clerk, chaplain going to Antigua, passage money for, 106, 526.

Gracy. See Gray.

Grafton, Duke of. See Fitzroy, Charles.

Graham (Grahame), _, Judge of the Admiralty Court of Scotland, cessation of salary and fees since the Union, petition re, 257, 588.
-, -, David, Macer of the Court of Exchequer, Scotland, petition for consideration for loss of salary and perquisites, 297.
-, -, James, Duke of Montrose, keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland, salary, 306.
-, -, Patrick, appointed tidewaiter at Dundee, 216.

Grandry de Bete. See Bete.

Grant, _, colonel, regiment of, in Flanders, 135, 338; in Spain, 338, 375; subsistence for, 135, 202, 338, 375.

Granville, ship of, 174.

Granville (Glanville), George, Secretary at War. See Army—Secretary at War.
-, -, George, payment to, for the rent of Mote Park, 37, 145, 368, 421; petition for the purchase money of Mote Park, 141.
-, -, John, Lord Granville of Potheridge [Lord Warden of the Stanneries], his allowance for holding convocations of tinners, 20.

Gravesend, co. Kent.
-, postmaster of (D. Hall), 170.
-, quarantine at, 312.
-, searcher and waiter at, 234.

Gray, Edward, waiter and searcher at Budle, salary, 441.
-, -, Robert, ensign en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Robert, tidewaiter at Dundee, deceased, 216.
-, -, Samuel, chaplain going to Antigua, bounty for passage charges, 106, 526.
-, -, Thomas, tidewaiter in Glasgow port, deceased, 216.
-, - See also Grey.

Gray or Gracy, Agnes, recommended for the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.

Graydon, Charles, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs in Scotland:
-, leave to come to London, 122.
-, salary payments by, 235.
-, weekly certificates and general abstracts of receipts, payments and remains to be transitted by, 521.

Great Seal, England:
-, keeper of (Sir S. Harcourt), 487, 539.
-, payments to judges under, 421.
-, warrants for, 129, 131, 200, 224, 231, 281, 292, 294, 298, 356, 368, 370, 376, 390, 429, 443, 449, 456, 461, 465(2), 471(2), 487, 493, 542, 547, 554.
-, - Scotland. See Scotland.

Great Yarmouth. See Yarmouth.

Greathead, John, searcher in London Port, deceased, 547.

Green, Dr., Professor of Physic in Cambridge University, salary, 401.
-, -, Richard, petition for leave to unlade ships, 116.

Greencloth, Board of. See Royal Household.

Greenfeild, _, riding officer for wool at Werdon Point, dismissed, 354.

Greenhill, Henry, a Commissioner for Transportation (1689–1702), deceased, 281.

Greenock, co. Renfrew:
-, boatmen at, 410.
-, Customs surveyor at, 410.
-, landwaiter and searcher at, 410.
-, ship of, 297.

Greenwich, co. Kent:
-, house and park in, which belonged to George, Prince of Denmark, value of, 519.
-, minister at, pension for tithes of Greenwich Park, 413.
-, officers' salaries at, allowance for taxes on, 33.
-, Queen's house at, house-keeper of, pension for, 413; and see Greenwich, East.
-, Vicar of. See Turner, Dr. John.
-, waterman at, 492.

Greenwich, East:
-, boundaries, &c., of, writ of enquiry for discovery of, 456.
-, manor of, bailiff of. See Watson, R.
-, Queen's house in, demised to Earl of Romney, 520; rent of, 520.

Greenwich Hospital:
-, accounts of, 13, 256, 407.
-, defalcations, payment for, 235.
-, officers of, 407.
-, 6d. per month out of seamen's wages for, 173, 407; collectors of, taxes paid for, 173; Receiver of. See Reynolds, T.
-, Treasurer and Receiver General of (W. Draper), 256, 407.

Greenwich Park:
-, demised to the Earl of Romney, 520.
-, keeper of (J. Edwards), 413.
-, rent of, 520.
-, sheds under wall of, petition for grant of, 456.
-, tithes of, 119, 413.

Gregory (Gregorie), _, a clerk in Mr. Langton's office, Customs House, Richardson's frauds and, 65, 71.
-, -, Dr., recoinage in Scotland directed by, 438.

Grey, Henry de, Duke of Kent, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, discharge for plate, 53, 95, 498; issue to, for liveries, 23, 324.
-, -, Thomas, Earl of Stamford, a Commissioner for Trade, 226.

Griffin, Edward, debt of, 414; forfeited estate of, 575, payment out of, 342; imprisonment of, royal bounty for maintenance during, 342.
-, -, James, payment to, 420; petition for amendment of a Private Act [3–4 Anne, c. 46], 149, for lease of his father's forfeited estate, 569.
-, -, Nathaniel, convicted of burglary, 250.

Griffith, Robert, clerk, chaplain going to Pennsylvania, passage money for, 272.

Grison, Republic of the, Secretary to. See Manning, F.

Groats (Groots). See Guilders.

Groom Porter. See Offley, T.

Grymes, William, payment to, for making abstracts from Patent Rolls and indexing, 400, 431.

Guard, William, reports frauds at Newport by bakers of biscuits for the Navy, 459; petitioner, 589.
-, - Cp. Gard.

Guastalla, Duke of, Envoy Extra-ordinary from. See Paleotti, Marchese di.

Guerin, Anne, pension for, 538.

Guernsey:
-, Commission for the Affairs of, report of, 118.
-, Comptroller of Customs in, to be discontinued, 119.
-, Customs officers in, duties, 119; hours of attendance, 119; petition against establishment of, 118.
-, Deputies of, petition of, 118.
-, exportation of French goods to England from, prevention of, 119.
-, exportation of foreign goods from, regulations for, 118, 119.
-, Governor, Bailiff and Jurats of, 119.
-, tobacco exported to, 175.

Guidott (Guidot), Anthony, of Lincoln's Inn, lease of Highbury and St. John's Wood, 151, 388.
-, -, Anthony, nephew of Anthony, 388.

Guilders, stivers and groats, exchange rates of, 36, 42, 85, 130, 134, 135, 142, 210, 247, 375, 377, 378(2), 379, 502.

Guinebaud de la Miliere. See La Miliere.

Guiscard, Anto., Marquis de, bounty for, 37, 392; petitioner, 604.

Gun money, 467, 596.

Gunn, Henry, captain en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Gunnage and tonnage. See Prizes.

Gunnell. See Gannel.

Gunpowder:
-, for Indian Princes, 115.
-, for the King of Portugal, 95; treaty for supplying, 420, 434, 473.
-, value of 4,000 barrels of, 473.

Guns, salvage of, 127.

Gunter, William, lieutenant, report on, 510.

Guy, Robert, landwaiter and searcher at Preston Pans, actions brought by, 556; Customs frauds by, 556; dismissed, 172.
-, -, Sir Richard, Sheriff of London, account of, surplusage on, 468; executors of, payment to, 469.

Guzman, Don Ferdinand de, lieutenant colonel, in the service of Charles III of Spain, payment of his debts, 328.
-, -, Elhage, [Envoy] from the Emperor of Morocco, travelling charges, 419.

Gwillim, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, cos. Anglesea and Merioneth, appointment and salary, 447.

Gyllenborg (Gillenborgh, Gyllenberg), Carl, Count, Swedish minister, letters from, mentioned, 415, 516, 584; petition of, for release of Swedish ships from quarantine, 486.