Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Labastie (La Bastie), Piere, colonel, bills of exchange drawn by, 162, 232, 358.
Lacheur, John, petition for reward for discovering frauds in the Customs, 553, 605.
La Cour Visouze, Thomasse de, pension for, 538.
Lafarelle, Lewis, lieutenant colonel in Pearce's regiment of dragoons, petition for pay, 308; prisoner of war in Spain, 308.
La Febreque, Francis, lieutenant colonel of a French regiment of dragoons, 286.
Lagan, grant of, 390.
La Grange, Lewis, ensign, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.
Lagraviere, Daniel, cornet of dragoons, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.
Lake, _, a prisoner at large, 56.
-, -, Deborah, widow of a Customs officer, royal bounty for, 325.
La Maria, Marie, pension for, 127.
Lambart (Lambert), Charles, 1st Earl of Cavan, "very instrumental in reducing" Ireland for Queen Elizabeth, 287.
-, -, Charles, 4th Earl of Cavan, pension for, 287; grandfather and father of, dispose of their estates, 287.
Lambert, John (Lambert and Co.):
-, attending the Treasury, 42, 43, 44, 49, 53, 73, 82.
-, his correspondent at Lisbon, loan by, 95.
-, loans on tin by, 89, 473; proposed, 43, 44.
-, memorial, 95, 104.
-, remittances by, proposed, 42, 49, 53, 104.
-, -, Michael, Lieutenant Governor or Governor of St. Christopher, salary or allowance out of Four and a half per cent. duty in lieu of presents from the Assemblies, 283, 368, 371, 416, 417, 491.
La Miliere, Anne Guinebaud de, pension for, 538.
Lamlash, co. Bute, tidesurveyor at, 410.
La Mothe (Lamott), Count de, defeated by General Webb at Wynendaele, 199.
Lampkin, Thomas, [Queen's] waterman, badges for, 160.
-, House Duties in, Receiver General of. See Thornton, John; Surveyors of. See Carter, R; Leigh, W.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Thornton, John.
-, regiment marched from, to Portsmouth, 251.
-, collector of, 565.
-, County Palatine, Sheriff of. See Hesketh, A.
-, Duchy of, seal of, grant under, 329.
Lancaster, Charles, major of a brigade in Flanders, 397; additional pay for, 397.
Lancaster Herald. See King, G.
Land Tax. And see Assessments, Taxes.
-, accounts of duplicates of, in the Exchequer Remembrancer's office, 47; allowance to the Deputy Remembrancer for keeping a clerk to enter and examine, 400, 576.
-, arrears of, 41, 112; weekly lists of, 91.
-, on Household servants. See Royal Household.
-, on salaries of Government Officials. See Government Officials.
-, Commissioners of:
-, clerks attending re Recruiting Act, issue for, 135.
-, Exchequer process against, 143.
-, in the county of Selkirk. See Selkirk.
-, in the palaces of Whitehall and St. James's, representation of, 84, 443, 567, answer to, 603.
-, taxes not paid [into the Exchequer] by, account of, required, 112.
-, collectors of, receipts by, state of, required, 38; for Somerset House, 275.
-, payments out of, for raising recruits, 4, 5; Address of the House of Commons re, 169; and see below Receivers General.
-, Receivers General of. And see Assessments and under several counties and towns.
-, accounts of, 112; state of, ordered, 37.
-, affairs of, to be transacted with the Bank of England, 16.
-, coat and conduct money paid by, issue to refund, 98.
-, discharged, notice to, to pay in money, 42.
-, draft of letter to, approved, 39.
-, Exchequer Bills to be exchanged for money by, method, 16; renewal of orders re, 38; Register Book of, to be kept and shewn, 16.
-, extraordinary charges of, payment of, 219, 368, 387, 398, 415, 422, 423, 444, 480.
-, failure of, 463, 593.
-, money advanced by, for raising recruits, issue to refund, 4, 5, 150, 151, 153, 158.
-, money received and unpaid [into the Exchequer] by, 112.
-, "not to be continued but by their good behaviour," 47.
-, process against, stay of, 163, 239; petition for, 225.
-, receipts of and payments [into the Exchequer] by, state of, required, 35, 37, 38.
-, securities of, 137, 138, 139.
-, sub-collectors of, money received from, publication of, 16.
-, yearly revenue from, account of, ordered, 112.
Landcarriagemen. See Customs—London port and Outports.
Landen, battle of, officer disabled at, 196.
-, Crown. See Crown.
-, enclosure of, 132.
-, extended for debt, 396.
-, for fortification, purchase of. See Portsmouth, Chatham and Harwich.
-, forfeited. See Forfeited estates.
-, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, in Jamaica. See Jamaica.
-, in Scotland. See Scotland.
-, marsh and waste, grants and leases, 170, 321, 322, 332.
-, Plantation measure, 256.
-, value of. See Prices.
Landsdale, Mr., application for loans by, 46 note.
Landsurveyors. See Customs—London port and Outports.
Landwaiters. See Customs—London port and Outports.
Lane, Thomas, pension of, payment on, 450.
Langhorne (Langhorn), Mr., to be charged with arms and tents delivered back to the Ordnance, 566.
-, -, Richard, bills of exchange drawn by, from Genoa, 381.
Langley, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northumberland, appointment and salary, 447.
Langston, Thomas, brigadier, services of, 169.
-, -, Thomasine (Thomassin), daughter of Thomas, petition for subsistence, 169; report on, 510.
Langstone (Langston), co. Hants., 320.
Langton, Mr. [Customs House official], 59; attending the Treasury re general account of the Customs, 47; office of, clerks in (Coleman, _; Gregory, _) and Richardson's frauds, 65, 71.
Langtry, John, petitioner, 591.
Lansdell, Mr., letter to, re arrears of accounts of the Treasurer of the Ordnance, 435.
Lantail. See Le Lautail.
La Roque (Larogne), Anthony, petition re army debenture, 373.
Lascells, Edmund, lease of land in Lincolnshire to, 203.
Lauder, co. Berwick, Surveyor of Window Duties in. See Liddesdale, D.
Lauderdale, Earl of. See Martland, John.
Laundress. See Queen's Laundress.
Launy, _ D', colonel, memorial, 571.
Laurence. See Lawrence.
Lautail, T. D'. See Le Lautail.
Lauze, John, tenement near Richmond Palace occupied by, 322.
Law, Reader of, in Cambridge University. See Ayloffe, T.
Law Officers (Attorney and Solicitor General). And see Ireland.
-, attending the Treasury, 31(2), 109, 114; upon summons only, 34.
-, Commissioners of Customs attending, 513.
-, examinations re Customs frauds sent to, 82.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 78, 82, 154, 188, 217, 222, 227, 253, 275, 288, 335, 340, 349, 461, 489, 513, 601.
-, opinion of, required, 26, 32, 167.
-, point of law referred to, 581.
-, reports by, 575, 576, 577.
-, warrants to, 129, 131, 200, 224, 260, 281(2), 292, 298, 304, 307, 356, 368, 376, 390, 429, 431, 443, 449, 456, 464, 465(2), 487, 493, 542, 547, 554, 577.
-, J. Wynn to attend, 577.
Lawrence (Laurence), Andrew, Surveyor of the Roads, petitioner, 571.
-, -, Robert, petitioner, 605.
Laws, John, Secretary at Brussels, payments to, ordinary, 530; extraordinaries, 532.
Lawson, George, committed for frauds, petition for discharge, 242.
-, -, Joseph, Serjeant at Arms, fee and allowance, 369.
Lawsuits. See Crown Lawsuits.
Laycock, Richard, captain of a Flanders packet boat, payment to, for bringing news of General Webb's victory at Wynendaele, 199; petition, 571.
Layland, Ralph, appointed boatman at Montrose, 292.
Lea, Anne, lost money order in the name of, innovated, 208.
-, -, See also Lee, Leigh.
Leach, Walter, appointed landwaiter at Plymouth port, 194.
Lead, fine for stealing, 263.
Leagues and Treaties, Ancient, transcription and printing of. See Rymer.
Leake, _. captain, petitioner, 599, 600.
Leaman, John, master of the Love's Encrease, 505.
Leases. See Crown Lands, Custodiam leases.
Leather, Excise duties on, allocation of revenue for deficiencies of, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426.
Le Bass, Charles, agent to a French regiment of dragoons, memorial of, 286.
Le Caan, Mrs., wife of Dr. Le Caan, payment to, 232.
-, -, Dr., his salary as physician to the hospital in Catalonia, 232.
Lee, _, ensign en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Thomas, riding officer at Deal, superannuated, 353.
Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, Sir Thomas.
Leeward Islands (Leeward and Caribbee Islands):
-, Army in. See Army—Leeward Islands.
-, Assemblies of, proposal of the Commissioners of Trade and Order in Council for freeing Deputy Lieutenants (Lieutenant Governors) from dependence on presents from, 283, 423.
-, Captain General and Governor in Chief (Governor). See Johnson [John]; Parke, Daniel.
-, chaplains going to, 478, 597.
-, Deputy Lieutenants or Lieutenant Governors of, appointment and removal of, power for, 283; salaries of, out of Four and a half per cent. Duty, in lieu of presents from Assemblies, 283, 423.
Lefevre (Lefebre, Le Fevre, Leffever) Tanaquil (Tanneguy), French minister, refugee, royal bounty for, 53, 452, 588.
-, -, Thomas, Secretary to the extraordinary embassy to the King of Portugal (Queen's Secretary at Lisbon), 496, 528; payment to, ordinary, 530.
Le Gendre, Mariane, pension for, 538.
Legge, William, Lord Dartmouth, afterwards 1st Earl of Dartmouth:
-, a Commissioner for Trade, salary payments, 226, 503, 525.
-, Principal Secretary of State, 437.
-, Ambassadors' bills allowed by, 533.
-, directions from, re travellers' passes, 95, 517, 556.
-, letters from, mentioned, 93, 95, 373, 430, 443, 492, 517, 546, 559, 580(3), 581, 587, 599.
-, letters to, 440, 514.
-, matter referred to, 598.
-, plate for, 395.
-, report for, 599.
-, salary, 371, 503.
-, secret service money for, 91, 371, 481.
Leghorn, express sent to, with letters for General Stanhope, 533; man of war at, 533.
-, "Legion," letter signed by, 516, 600.
Legouse, Josiah, lieutenant en second in Hill's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Legoux, Angelique, royal bounty for, 356.
Legus, John, arrested for deer killing, 334.
-, House Duties in, Receiver General of. See Bradgate, J.; Surveyor of. See Draycot, W.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in. Receiver General of. See Bradgate, J.
-, Sheriff of. See Hartopp, W.
Leigh, _, petitioner, 584.
-, -, Mr., Solicitor for Prizes, attending the Treasury, 31.
-, -, Giles, owner of the manor of Walton Leigh, 248.
-, -, William, major, payment to, for bringing news of the surrender of Aire, 537.
-, -, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Lancaster, appointment and salary, 446.
Leighton, Baldwin, colonel, petitioner, 591.
Leijoncrona (Lyoncron, Leyoncrone), Christopher, Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) from Sweden, representation of, 171; widow of, Queen's present to, 343.
Leinster, Duke of. See Schomberg, M.
Leith, co. Edinburgh:
-, Collector of, accounts to be kept by, 412.
-, Comptroller of, accounts to be kept by, 412.
-, Computer at. See Edgar, Mr.
-, Customs Establishment at, 408; salary bill of, 347.
-, Customs Officers at, ship delivered up to, 117.
-, foreign goods from, transires required for, 412.
-, harbour of, 585.
-, prohibited goods seized at, 489.
-, sail cloth factory at, fire at, 112, 537.
-, salt to be sent to, 144.
-, ships for and of, 116, 117, 175, 309(2).
-, tidewaiters at, appointments and dismissals, 169.
Leith, John, appointed tidewaiter at Inverness, 215, 235.
Le Lautail (Le Lantail, D' Lautail), Theodore, captain, petition for pension, 198; report on, 510.
Leman, Richard, landwaiter, Plymouth port, deceased, 194.
Le Merchant, William, Deputy of Guernsey, petition of, against establishing Customs officers on the Island, 118.
Lemine or Lemne, Peter, master of the Constantia, 316, 335.
Lemon, Thomas, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.
Le Neve, Edmund, et al., trustees for T. Boughton, 372.
-, -, Peter (Pete):
-, Norroy King at Arms, 364.
-, Senior Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, allowance for locking up H.M. Treasure, 221, 346, 484; for sorting and ordering Exchequer records, 175, 347.
-, attending in vacation time, 224.
-, Exchequer books and accounts recovered by, 92.
-, payments to, 92, 175, 221, 224, 227, 346, 347, 416, 484.
Lennox, Charles, Duke of Richmond, lease of ground in Whitehall, 292, 335.
Leslie (Lesly), Robert, captain, memorial for a place, 571.
-, -, Thomas, lieutenant en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Letter carriers, annual charge for, estimate of, required, 457; and see Farra, J.; Goddard, E. and R.
Letters, interception or opening of. See Post Office.
Levermore, Philip, appointed riding officer at Dover, 354.
Levingston. See Livingstone.
Lewes, co. Sussex, riding officer at, 404.
Lewis (Lewes), Isles of, co. Inverness, Ross and Cromarty:
-, Customs Establishment for, 410.
-, General Riding Surveyor for. See Ogilvie, John.
-, Surveyor of Window duties for. See McKenzie of Reidcastle, M.
Lewis, Mr., letter from, mentioned, 514.
-, -, William, master of the Providence, 476.
Ley, Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, royal bounty for, 555.
Leyden, Holland, 351, 533.
Leyoncrone. See Leijoncrona.
Libau, Russia, importation of flax from, 119.
Libbit, Thomas, appointed tidewaiter at Leith, 169.
Library. See Cotton Library.
Lichfield, co. Stafford, Receiver General of Assessments for. See Baylie, Samuel.
Lichtenstein, Prince of, receipts of, 381.
Liddesdale, David, Surveyor of Window duties for Teviotdale, Selkirk or the Forest of Tweeddale, Liddesdale, Kelso and Lauder, 507.
Liddisdale (Liddesdale), co. Roxburgh, Surveyor of Window duties for (D. Liddesdale), 507.
Lightburne, Stafford, petition of, 126.
Lighthouse money, 174, 214.
Lighthouses, erection of. See Hunstanton.
Ligoniere, _, major of brigade, serving in Flanders, additional pay for, 397.
Lille [Antwerp, Belgium], exchange losses at, 562.
Lillingston [Luke], colonel, regiment of, 147.
Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, estimate of annual produce and charges of the Post Office required from, 457; warrant to, 457.
Limerick, co. Limerick, 198; siege of, 230, soldier disabled at, 324.
Limerick, dean of. See Story, Dr. G. W.
-, -, Deanery of, proposal to annex the rectory of Kilkeedy to, 198.
-, House duties in, Receivers General of. See Bonner, V.; Whittingham, R.; Surveyors of. See Bedford, E.; Percivall, G.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receivers General of. See Bonner, V.; Cawthorp, [W.]; Coxall, J.; Whittingham, R.
-, Sheriff of. See Hyde, W.
Lindhurst. See Lyndhurst.
Lindsay, David, merchant, allowance for, 312.
-, -, James, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, petitioner, 603.
-, -, Robert, ensign en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, duties on. See Customs—duties.
-, for the Queen, warrant for, 172.
-, importation of, 119(2), 486, 497, 528.
-, improved home manufacture of, 272.
-, infected, importation of, disallowed, 179.
Linen Bill. See Ireland.
Linen Cloth, exported to the Plantations, 188.
Linen Manufacture. See Ireland.
Linen Yarn, importation of, 444, 565.
Lingen, William, Gentleman of the Pantry to William III, lease of the Manor and Chapter of Beverley to, 324, 354; payment of arrears due to, 324.
Linlithgowshire (West Lothian), Surveyor of Window duties for (W. Oliphant of Linlithgow), 508.
Linseed, exported from Scotland to Ireland, 223.
-, ambassador at, consul's services before arrival of, 572.
-, arms cast away on passage to, 266.
-, beef and pork for, 473.
-, bills of exchange from, 50, 171, 196.
-, British troops at, issue for, 214, 272.
-, clothing for, 320, 333.
-, consul at. See Milner, J.
-, convoy for, 9.
-, correspondent of Sir H. Furnese at, moneys furnished by, 28.
-, credit in, 44, 101, 437.
-, Deputy Paymaster in. See Army—Portugal.
-, exchange on money at, 572; between London and, disproportion of, 99.
-, gold shipped from, 25, 96, 474, 504; on Norris's squadron, 10, 214; stopped, 18.
-, gunpowder for, 420, 434.
-, letters from, 474, 598; from R. Bucknal, 108.
-, letters of credit on, 136, 209.
-, moidores from, 10, 105; price of, 6; shipped on H.M. ships, 9, 10, 504.
-, packet boats:
-, agent for, 490; at Falmouth (I. Rogers), 506, 528.
-, clothing shipped on, 333.
-, masters of, orders to, 333.
-, merchandise carried by, complaint re, 93; reports re, 490, 496, 514, 599; warrant to permit, 527.
-, plate seized in, 132.
-, salt imported by, 476, 496, 602.
-, transportation of troops by, 326.
-, Prizes Agent at, accounts of, report on, 574.
-, Queen's Secretary at. See Lefevre, T.
-, remittance to Barcelona from, 171.
-, remittances to, 5, 17, 171, 339, 442; proposed, 99, 110.
-, salt from, 476, 496, 602.
-, ship from, 509.
-, troops embarked for, 326.
Lisle, George, patent searcher at Poole, Lyme Regis and Weymouth, increased salary, 272; petition for, 174; places held by, account of, required, 584, value of, 272.
-, -, Margarite de, petitioner, 591.
-, -, Mary de, petitioner, 600.
-, -, Stephen de, petitioner, 591.
Lister, Michael, lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Litcot, John, landwaiter at Exeter, deceased, 234.
Little, William, appointed tidesman at Hull, 353.
Little St. John's Wood in Islington, co. Middlesex, See St. John's Wood.
Little Weldon, co. Northampton, manor of, 575.
Littleton, Lady, widow and executrix of Sir Thomas:
-, defalcations on ships books to be paid by, 13, 235.
-, fees and charges of passing her husband's accounts, 510.
-, letters to, 235, 496, 510.
-, tallies and funds in hands of, payments out of, 303, 496, 541.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Navy Treasurer, deceased:
-, accounts of, 121, 384; warrant for passing, 263.
-, Bank of England loans to, 216, 217; payment of interest on, 193.
-, executors of:
-, money in hands of (arising from sale of tallies and Reversionary Annuity money), payments out of, 7, 170, 173, 213, 516.
-, letters to, 173, 303.
-, Navy bill on, 213.
-, stay of process against, 199, 383.
-, tallies and orders in their hands to be assigned to R. Walpole, 154.
-, warrants to, 154, 170.
-, issues to, 141, 170.
-, letter to, mentioned, 11.
-, Parliament tickets assigned to, 7.
-, estimate of annual charge in the Great Wardrobe for, required, 451.
-, for gamekeepers, 142, 424.
-, herbstrewer, 405, 525.
-, pensionary watermen, 160, 525.
-, Queen's watermen, 525.
-, Trumpeters and kettle drummers, 167, 385, 547.
-, mourning, 405.
-, payment for, 324.
-, price of. See Prices.
Liverpool, co. Lancaster, collector at, 472, 576; and see Smith, E. and N.; regiment embarked at, 326.
Livesay, [John], major general, regiment of:
-, agent for. See Gardner, R.
-, arms delivered to, stoppages not made from privates for fear of mutiny, 487; warrant for payment for, 487.
-, augmented, 487.
-, encamped in the Isle of Wight, 39, 455.
-, ensign in, 385.
-, from Flanders, 487.
-, in Jamaica, 487.
-, officers of, memorial, 570.
-, ordered for foreign service, 303, 340.
-, ordered to and reduced in Ireland from 60 to 38 privates per Company, 487.
-, savings or respits on, 570; payment out of, 487.
-, subsistence for, 39, 303, 340, 421, 455, 501.
Livingstone (Livingston, Levingston), _, colonel, Secretary and Interpreter to the six Nations of Indians, 277.
-, -, Hannah, allowance for, 312.
-, -, Robert, his letter from New England, 571.
Livingstone alias Douglas, Mary, royal bounty for, 383.
Livingstone alias Parsons, Hannah, royal bounty for, 383.
Lloyd (Loyd), Mr., attending the Treasury, 5; report re, 12.
-, -, Mr., security of, exchequer process against, 83.
-, -, Edward, a Commissioner of Stamps, new commission, 307.
-, -, John, merchant, appointed a manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the Duties on coals, 129.
-, -, Dr. Phillip, army physician, his half pay allowance on the Irish Establishment, 198.
-, -, Thomas, Paymaster of Works, deceased:
-, accounts of, 54; examination of, 55.
-, deputy to. See Taylor, Thomas.
-, executors of, 47; attending the Treasury, 51.
-, heirs and terre-tenants of, Exchequer process against, 47.
-, -, Thomas, petitioner, 591.
-, -, Thomas, Receiver General of Duties on Houses for Chester, 224; Receiver General for Land Tax (Taxes) for cos. Chester, Denbigh and Flint, 394.
-, action by, 310; debt due to, 310; his debt to the Crown, 225; Exchequer process against, petition for stay of, 224, 524, 597, extraordinary expenses of, petition for, 552.
Loane, William, tobacco bought for, 261.
Loans (Public Loans):
-, in the Exchequer, Registers of, 42; keeper of (T. Fox), 221, 227, 346, 482.
-, loan order, lost, warrant to innovate, 524.
-, And see—
Bank of England.
Lotteries—Million and a half (contributions to).
-, Names of Lenders—
-, Beranger, Moses.
-, Berne, Canton of.
-, Gibbon, E.
-, Hart, Moses.
-, Herne, Mr.
-, Jackson, Mr.
-, Janssen, Sir T.
-, Lambert, J.
-, Milner, James.
-, Schuylenburg, Mons.
-, Stratford, Francis.
Loaves, price of. See Prices.
Lochaber (Loughaber), co. Inverness, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Renton of Inverary, W.
Lockhart, Martha, pension for, 539.
Locks, account for, 84.
Locksmith. See queen's Locksmith.
Lockwood, Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Chester, appointment and salary, 445.
Lodington, Benjamin, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli, payments to, ordinary, 530; extraordinary, 531.
Lodowick, _. colonel, merchant of London, remittance to New York, 277.
Loffgrien, Andreas, master of the Grave Carl Frederick, 505.
Loggin, Robert, petition for quayman's place in London port, 571.
Logwood duties. See Customs—duties.
Lom, Peter de, reformed captain of foot, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 204.
London, Samuel, recommended by Lord Scarborough, 597.
London. See also Clerkenwell, Islington, Kensington, St. Helens, Southwark, Stockwell, Tottenham, Tower Hamlets.
-, admiralty agent for, 289; and see Bingham, M.
-, aldermen of, to hasten the collection of arrears of taxes, 41, 426, 427; and see below Lord Mayor.
-, Apothecaries Company of, petition for payment for medicines, 257, 603.
-, bills of exchange payable in, 477, 479.
-, and the Bills of Mortality, proposed method for managing the Duties on Candles within, 253; wax and tallow chandlers, brewer, distillers in, 253.
-, bishop of. See Compton. Henry.
-, brokers of, 261, 556.
-, Chamber of, money for poor Palatines in, 394, 398.
-, Chamberlain of, attending the Treasury, 38, 426; estimate of arrears of Land Tax 1709 in his receipt, 426. See also Fazakerley. Sir W.
-, Coast Office. See Customs, London port.
-, Foot Guards in, issue for, 455.
-, French clergy in, 203.
-, French wines for, captured, 147.
-, goldsmith of, 71.
-, goods from and to, Customs procedure re, 412.
-, House Duties in, arrears of, 38, 41; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.; Surveyors of (Bavand, T.; Brown, G.; Edwards, B.; Harwood, J.; Hougill, J.; Lowndes, F.; Twistleton, J.; Watkins, R.; Woolrich M.), 446.
-, Indian Chiefs in, entertainment of, 280.
-, Jeweller of 311.
-, Land Tax (Taxes) in, arrears of, 38, 39, 41, 426, 427; Receiver General of, petition from, 590; and see Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, and Lisbon, exchange between, disproportion of, 99.
-, Lord Mayor of, annuity to, for support of children of Christ's Hospital, 134; and exportation of gold, 419.
-, Lord Mayor and Aldermen of, court of, 419.
-, merchants, 115, 122, 143, 145, 174, 191, 222, 250, 253, 254, 271, 277, 314, 341, 439, 456, 482, 537.
-, officers of the Scotch Mint in, 46.
-, Pewterers of, petition re the Queen's pre-emption of tin, 264.
-, poor of, issues for, 157, 308.
-, port of. See Customs—London port.
-, Sheriffs of, inquisition before, 548; and see Guy, Sir R.; Hopson, Sir C.
-, ships of and for, 174, 363, 385, 483; carrying tin, 345.
-, silk weavers of, want of silk for, 165.
-, tin for, 345.
-, waggons from Portsmouth to, Customs inspection of, 320.
-, wines for, captured, 95, 147.
London and Westminster:
-, Streets and Places in—
-, Ayr Street, 406.
-, Bishopsgate Street, 63, 71.
-, Blackwell Hall, clothiers of, petition against transportation of wool, 514.
-, Cannon Street, 58, 63, 71.
-, Chancery Lane, 70.
-, Channel Row, Privy Garden Door leading into, 565.
-, Charles Street, 406.
-, Christ's Hospital, children of, annuity for, 134; treasurer of, 134.
-, Cleveland Court, 406.
-, Cockpit, Gazetter's Office in, repairs in, 160; queen's House at, 413.
-, Denmark House, annoyances at, petition re, 540, 605; Mrs. Cason's lodging at, repairs at, 230.
-, Dog Yard, 405.
-, Dover Street, letter dated from, 74.
-, Fleet Street, brazier in, 63, 71.
-, Great Swallow Street, 406.
-, Gray's Inn, 240.
-, Hyde Park:
-, deer in, hay and beans for, 215.
-, the Ring in, issue for watering, 215.
-, roads in, repair of, 301.
-, underkeepers and gatekeepers of, wages, 215.
-, Inns, taverns and coffee houses:
-, Bull Head Tavern in Cannon Street, 63, 71.
-, Bull Inn in Bishopsgate Street, 63, 71.
-, King's Head Tavern, 61, 62, 70.
-, Mitre Tavern in Stocks Market, 59, 62, 70.
-, Nando's Coffee House at Temple Bar, 61, 70.
-, St. John's Head Tavern in Chancery Lane, 70.
-, Sam's Coffee House at the Customs House, 64, 71.
-, Sign of the Cock in Fleet Street, 71.
-, Sun Tavern, by the Monument, 69.
-, Vine Tavern, 58.
-, Inns of Court and Chancery, Land Tax for, arrears of, 427; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, Leadenhall Street, 558.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 239, 276; Stamp Office in, 407.
-, Little Queen Street, 305.
-, Little Swallow Street, 406.
-, Market Lane, 406.
-, Marylebone (Marybone) Street, 406.
-, Middle Temple, 471.
-, Monument, The, 69.
-, Ormond Street, Sir C. Phipps' house in, 549.
-, Pall Mall Field, 305, 405, 406.
-, Pall Mall Street, 261.
-, Piccadilly, 406.
-, Counter, The, keeper of, 77, 78; prisoners in, 76, 77, 217.
-, Marshall prison in the Savoy, repairs at, 301, 579.
-, parish prison of St. Clement Danes, 236.
-, Poultry Counter, prisoner in, 310.
-, Newgate, prisoners in, 191, 263, 269, 270, 293, 512.
-, Richmond House, grant of, petition for, 292.
-, Round Rundles, 405.
-, Royal Exchange, 519.
-, St. Albans Street, 406.
-, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, seamen in, 331.
-, St. Botolphs, poor of, issue for, 523.
-, St. Clement Danes, parish prison of, 236.
-, St. Giles, parish of, 305.
-, St. Helen's Priory, 298.
-, St. James, bailiwick and manor of, fee farm rents, 344.
-, St. James's Garden, 261.
-, St. James's Palace:
-, additional buildings at, 296.
-, Duke of Marlborough's lodgings at, 239.
-, furniture for, 405.
-, Guard Rooms (Guard House), alterations and repairs at, 430, 548, petition for, 604; bedding and furniture for, 430; fallen down for want of repairs, 540.
-, instructions dated at, 147.
-, Land Tax assessment for, Commissioners for, representation of, 84, 443; Receiver General of. See Taylor, J.
-, Maids of Honour at, umbrellas for lodgings of, 405.
-, officers and servants in, Land Tax assessments on, 84, 443, 590.
-, old part of, E. Dunche's lodgings in, works at, 296.
-, orders in Council dated at, 117(2), 118(2), 119, 121, 131, 143, 157, 158, 178, 179, 193, 195, 197, 211, 233, 238, 250, 254, 293, 297.
-, Queen's closet at, hangings for, 405.
-, stables at, water supply for, 468.
-, Standing Wardrobe at, keeper of, salary of, 260; placed in charge of the Yeomen of the Removing Wardrobe, 260.
-, tapestry at, mending and cleaning, 474.
-, warrants dated at, 128, 129, 131, 141, 144(2), 147, 152, 154, 185(2), 200, 203, 204, 224, 239, 240, 243, 258, 260, 262, 263, 265, 266, 271, 281, 287, 292, 293, 296, 299, 307, 310, 312, 313, 332, 342, 343, 347, 368, 396, 519, 521, 537, 542(2), 554, 556.
-, water supply, 468.
-, St. James's parish:
-, churchwardens of, 402.
-, poor of, issue for, 402.
-, fee farm rent in, purchase of, 213.
-, St. James's Park:
-, contract for keeping, payments on, 117, 222, 488, 489, 559.
-, deer in, hay and corn for, 117, 222, 489; killed, 370, 578.
-, disbursements, 231.
-, fish and fowl, 117, 220, 359, 489, 575.
-, gatekeepers, 489.
-, Guards in and about, Surveyor of repairs. See Hopson, Sir C. and J.
-, keepers, 117, 222.
-, Royal Gardens in, 276, 321.
-, underkeepers, 359, 489.
-, the Wilderness or Woodwork near, 194, 276, 321.
-, works at, 166.
-, St. James's Square, Lady Schutz's house in, 275.
-, St. James's Street, 305.
-, St. John Baptist, Walbrook, churchwardens of, 402; poor of, perpetuity for, 402, 462.
-, St. Magnus, churchwardens of, 402; poor of, issue for, 36, 402, 472.
-, St. Martin's in the Fields, parish of, fee farm rents in, 240, 344.
-, St. Stephen's Hospital, almsmen in, petition of, 329.
-, St. Thomas's Hospital, seamen in, 331.
-, Chapel, French Ministers in, annuity for, 128, 348, 523.
-, Great Gate on east side of, 270.
-, Master of. See Killigrew, H.
-, Master and Chaplains of, lease surrendered by, 322.
-, Perpetual Canons of, lease from, 249.
-, Receiver of the Revenues of, accounts of, 175.
-, Marshall prison in, 301, 579.
-, Somerset House:
-, Colonel Sandys' lodging at, repairs at, 230.
-, Mr. Ireland's lodging at, repairs at, 373.
-, Land Tax payable for, representation of collectors of, 275; Law Officers' report on, 575, 576.
-, Queen's housekeeper of 576.
-, waterhouse to a grotto in, 236.
-, Stocks Market, 59, 62, 70.
-, Strand Lane, 236.
-, Swallowfield, 405.
-, Temple Bar, 70, 71.
-, Tilt Yard, Guard House (Guard Rooms) at:
-, alterations and repairs in, 258, 430, 548; Surveyor of. See Hopson, Sir C. and J.
-, bedding and furniture for, 430.
-, ill condition of, 540.
-, Tower of London:
-, arms ordered from, 276.
-, Cæsar's Chapel, 128, 300, 364, 501.
-, Constable of. See Capel, A., Earl of Essex.
-, Mint in. See Mint.
-, prisoner in, 578.
-, records in. See Records.
-, White Tower in Cæsar's Chapel, 300.
-, Walbrook, poor of, issue for, 36.
-, Warwick House and ground adjoining, lease of, 194, 276, 321; want of conveniency at, 276.
-, Water Lane in Fleet Street, 63, 71.
-, West Swallow Street, 406.
-, Westminster Abbey, Dean and Chapter of, payment to, 128, 348.
-, Westminster Hall:
-, Attorney General attending, 20.
-, Court in, for trial of Dr. Sacheverell, building of, estimate for, 169; furniture for, 171; seating for ladies and other spectators in, charge for, disallowed, 169.
-, houses adjoining, investigation and report on titles of owners of, 163, 228.
-, lamps in and about, 436, 577.
-, Whitehall, 116, 192, 207, 305, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536.
-, grounds in, lease of, 292.
-, Pay Office in, 50.
-, Privy Garden in, 292, 335.
-, Serjeant Porter's lodging in, 160.
-, Whitehall Palace, 292.
-, Land Tax assessments for, Commissioners for, representation of, 443, 567; Receiver General of. See Taylor, J.
-, officers and servants of, Land Tax assessments on, 84, 590, 603.
-, Standing Wardrobe in, Keeper of, 260; placed in charge of the Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 260.
London Gazette, advertisements in, 552, 588, 593.
Londonderry, co. Londonderry, pass near, 243; siege of, officers' losses at, 243.
Long, John, petitioner, 600.
-, -, John, agent for the Comptroller and Searcher at Shoreham and Brighton, employed in the wool business, 514.
-, -, Joseph, mate to E. Wilkinson, waterman, 353.
-, -, Richard, waiter and searcher at Amble Panns, 441.
Long pepper, made as a drug for use by farriers, 494; payment of duty on, 494.
Longbredy, co. Dorset:
-, East Baglake alias Doverfield in, 217.
-, Halhams Court or Long Bredy farm in, 217.
-, North Ground in, 217.
-, Ryme Intrinseca, manor of, 217,
Longdon (Longden), Robert, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Land Tax assessments for co. and city of Worcester, 139, 256, 501; his sureties, 336.
Longford, co. Middlesex, water supply from, 360.
Longstaffe, George, Surveyor of the Salt Office at Berwick, death of, 166.
Longuevergue, Olimpe de, pension for, 538.
Lonsdale, Mr., and Ordnance accounts, 47.
Looker, John, major of brigade in Flanders, additional pay for, 397.
Lord Advocate. See Army.
Lord Almoner, payment to, 40; for daily alms and the poor at the Gate, 359, 424.
Lord Chancellor. See Cowper, William, 1st Earl Cowper.
Lord Chief Baron. See Exchequer Court.
Lord High Admiral. See Admiralty.
Lord High Treasurer. See Treasury.
Lord Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.
Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.
Lords, House of. See Parliament.
Lords Justices. See Ireland.
Lordships. See Havering atte Bower; Kirton.
Lot and Cope, of Wirksworth, 566.
Lothian. See East Lothian; Mid Lothian; West Lothian.
-, Malt (as by Act 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 22):
-, Comptroller of. See Duncombe, J.
-, Office, necessaries for, 181, 205.
-, deficiencies of, allocation of revenue to, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 507, 544.
-, Paymaster of. See Arnold, N.
-, principal, interest and benefits, issues for and payments of (out of the General Fund provided by Act 1 Anne, c. 7), 168, 198, 199, 236, 315, 344, 385, 425, 460, 508, 509.
-, Million (on the Excise on Beer, &c., as by Act 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3):
-, deficiency of, Act 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5, for supplying, 218.
-, Office, necessaries for, 181.
-, surplus of the 9d. per barrel Excise appropriated for payment of, applied towards payments on annuities purchased under Act 6 Anne, c. 2, 218.
-, Million Adventure (on the Excise on Salt, Beer, &c., as by Act 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 218, annuities on, payment of, 472; Paymaster of (Sir J. Humble), issue to, 472.
-, Million and a Half (as by Act 8 Anne, c. 10, for continuing part of the duties on coal, culm and cinders and granting rent duties upon houses having 20 windows or more, to raise the sum of fifteen hundred thousand pounds by way of a Lottery for the service of the year 1710):
-, annuities on, Paymaster of (particular officer in the Exchequer for). See Humble, Sir J.
-, Bank of England loans payable out of, 1, 2.
-, charges of, issues for, 25, 96, 462.
-, Commissioners for. See below Managers.
-, Comptroller of. See below Tickets.
-, contributions to, eight per cent. discount for prompt payment of, 242; issues and payments out of and loans on, 2, 3, 4, 9, 134, 140(2), 141, 143, 146(2), 150(2), 153, 158, 162(2), 165, 166, 170, 182, 185, 187(2), 195, 196, 202(2), 205(2), 208, 214, 220, 221.
-, Directors of. See below Managers.
-, incident expenses, 268, 341, 462.
-, Managers and Directors (Commissioners) of (N. Arnold, H. Ashurst, L. Burton, W. Clayton, T. Cornwallis, C. Dartiquenave, J. Duncombe, J. Edmonds, S. Edwards, R. Finley, T. Gaugaine, W. Glanville, J. Hodges, Sir J. Humble, J. Lloyd, W. Lowndes, junior, R. Mead, junior, J. Nicholas, R. Powys, C. Pultney, W. Rollinson, J. Shaw, T. Stickland, C. Tilson), appointment, 129, 308.
-, matters referred to, 151, 343, 441, 553, 594, 605.
-, payment to, 591.
-, petition from, 591.
-, reports from, 568, 569, 594.
-, secretaries to (R. George, F. Sorrell), payments to, for incident expenses, 165, 268, 295, 341, 462.
-, Transfer Office accounts and, 462.
-, overplus moneys arising from, payments out of, 268, 341, 372, 462, 512.
-, paper for, proposal for supplying, 36.
-, Paymaster of, petition for appointment as, 564; and see above Anuities.
-, Receivers of (T. Madocks; J. Odams; W. Stubbs), appointment of, 1, 2, 133.
-, stationery for, provision of, 151.
-, are "in effect but orders upon the Exchequer for annuities of 32 years", 151.
-, books of, cost of, 40.
-, Comptroller of, clerks to, 366; and see Duncombe, J.
-, form of, approved, 1.
-, expense of making out, 441.
-, necessaries for making, 343, 568, 569.
-, Transfer Office for, established in London, 368.
-, assistant or chief clerk of (J. Taylor), appointment, 439; salary, 368.
-, clerks of, payment due to, 553.
-, commissioner or chief officer of (W. Strickland), 1.
-, appointment, 368.
-, deputy to (J. Smith), appointment, 390; salary, 368.
-, payment to, 462(2).
-, petition and representation of, 441, 553, 594.
-, expense of, desired reduction of, 594.
-, housekeeper of, salary, 368.
-, underclerks, allowance for, 368.
Loudoun, Earl of. See Campbell, Hugh.
Loughaber. See Lochaber.
Louvain, Belgium, loaves left at, loss on, 561.
Love, Jo., master of the Happy Return, 297.
Loveday, John, et al., payment to, for apprehending criminals, 363.
Lovelace, Charlotte, Lady Dowager Lovelace, pension and bounty for, 311, 324.
-, -, John, 4th Lord Lovelace of Hurley, Governor of New York [and New Jersey]:
-, his arrival in New Jersey, 571,
-, German Protestants who went to New York with, condition of, representation of, 150; expense of subsisting, 571.
-, letters from, mentioned, 571.
-, presents for Indian Princes delivered to, 115.
-, restoration of T. Byerley by, 152, 571.
Low Countries, Army in. See Army—Flanders; campaigns in, Elector Palatine's troops serving in, 210; hospitals in, issue for, 134.
Low wines, &c., duties on (as by 12–13 Wm. III, c. 11, continued by 3–4 Anne, c. 18, 4–5 Anne, c. 23, and 6 Anne, c. 2):
-, a remote fund and likely to be deficient, 108.
-, annuities on, application of Civil List revenue to complete payments due on, 130.
-, tallies and orders on, assigned, 95; interest on, payment of, 325; payments by, 490, objected to, 108.
Lowden. See Loudoun.
Lower, Dr. Thomas, executor of William, petition of, 394, 600.
-, -, William, lieutenant colonel of Pearce's regiment, 600; death of, in Portugal, 394.
Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, assessments on, 143; inhabitants of, petition of, 143; waiter and searcher at, 193.
Lowin, John, captain of H.M.S. Ruby, petition of, 164, 265.
Lowman, Henry, Housekeeper of Kensington Palace, salary payments to, 198, 400.
-, -, Mary, wife of Henry, Wardrobe keeper of Kensington Palace, salary payments to, 198, 400.
Lowndes, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for London and Middlesex, appointment and salary, 446.
-, -, William, appointed waiter and searcher at Colchester, 270.
-, -, William, Secretary to the Treasury, passim, approval of form for Lottery Tickets signed by, 1.
-, bills drawn on, 381.
-, fees and charges of, in passing privy seals, 307,
-, issues to, for secret service, 10, 13, 14, 24, 26, 30, 68, 111, 206, 212, 231, 257, 319, 341, 343, 364, 403, 442(2), 459, 523, 547.
-, -, William, junior, appointed a manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the duties on coals, 129.
Lowther, Robert, Storekeeper of the Ordnance, determination of patent, 257.
-, -, Robert, captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados:
-, chapel necessaries for, 517.
-, equipage of, transportation charges, 57, 462.
-, petition of, 591.
-, salary of, 84; to be paid out of Four and a half per cent. Duty in lieu of presents from the Assembly, 464, 465.
-, -, Thomas, at Treasury Chambers, bills drawn on, 268, 317; payment to, 317.
Loyd. See Lloyd.
Lucas, Charles, Closet Keeper to the Queen, petition for an allowance for his assistant, 157.
Lucy, _, proceedings against miscarriage of, 100.
Ludevege, Abel Rotolph, captain en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Ludlow, co. Salop., Receiver General of duties on Houses in. See Hosier, G.
Luke, Ralph, boatman at Southampton, deceased, 353.
Lumley, Frances, Countess of Scarborough, Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, recommendation by, 597.
Lundie (Lundy), Robert, colonel, Adjutant General to the King of Portugal's army, memorial of, 23, report on, 224; pay of, warrant for, 223; taken prisoner at sea and exchanged against 20 men, 224.
Luneburg. See Brunswick Luneburg.
Lussan, Martha D'Audibert D', petitioner, 568.
Lustring Company. See Royal Lustring Co.
Lutheran minister, See Tribeko, John.
Lutterel, Henry, petition for continuation of pension, 309.
Luttrell's Diary, 46 note.
Lydal, _. attending the Treasury, 95.
Lydd (Lyd), co. Kent, riding officers at, 403, 404.
Lyell, John, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.
Lyford, William, his tenement in Eton, 548.
Lyme Regis, co. Dorset:
-, Cobb Pier, annuity for repairing, 175.
-, collector at. See Jans, _.
-, mayor of, payment to, 175.
-, patent searcher of. See Lisle, G.
Lynch, William, of Ipswich, Receiver General of Assessments for Suffolk, 138.
Lyndall, William appointed a Commissioner of Appeals and Regulating the Excise, 281.
Lyndhurst (Lindhurst), co. Hants, Queen's house and stables at, allowance for repairing, 443, 547.
Lyndhurst (Lindhurst) Lodge in New Forest, q.v.
Lyndon, George, lieutenant in Wynn's regiment, pension on the Irish Establishment, 204.
Lyne, Samuel, appointed waiter and searcher at Boddenick, 391.
Lynn Regis (Kings Lynn, Lyn, Lynn), co. Norfolk, 270, 489.
-, Collector of. See Hare, Mr.
-, Comptroller (Customer and Collector of). See Kent, John.
-, landwaiters, 354.
-, shipowners in, petition for lights on Hunstanton Cliff by, 174.
-, ships trading to, contributions for lighthouses by, 174.
-, tidesmen, 205.
-, waiter and searcher, 160.
Lyoncrona, Lyoncron. See Leijoncrona.
Lyons, Gulf of, bombship lost in, 395.