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N.R., proposal signed, 593.

Nairn, shire of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Stewart of Inverness, D.

Naked Truth without Apology, letter entitled, signed Legion, 516.

Napiere, Robert, surgeon's mate, pay, 232.

Nash, Mr., Customs officer at Cromer, 270.
-, -, Henry, Customs officer, London port, French wines seized by, 145, 522.
-, -, Henry, Receiver General of Duties on Houses, co. Suffolk, 500.

Nassau, Count, regiment of, quartermaster of, 564.

Nassau de Zuylestein, William, Earl of Rochford, his regiment of dragoons, horses for, charges for keeping and buying, 310; raised, 310; transported from Ireland to Portugal, 310.

Naturalization, for Palatines in New York, 149.

Naval Stores:
-, contract for shipping, to Kinsale, 174, 175.
-, freightage of, per ton, 174.
-, importation of, 297, 312, 486.
-, in New England, commissioners for inspecting, 148.
-, in New York, manufacture of. See New York (German Protestants).
-, in the Plantations, Act [8 Anne, c. 14], authorizing 10,000l. for the subsistence and employment of skilful people to carry on the design of raising [as by Act of 3–4 Anne, c. 9], issue out of, 302, 324, 366.
-, old, disposal of money arising by the sale of, 432, 496, 516.

Navigation Act, 119, 537; Surveyor of (S. Scot), 494.

Navy:
-, admirals. See Admirals.
-, beef for, 473, contracts for, 88, 597.
-, bills, 193, 213, 319, 338, 432, 462; claim against, 51; discount on, 170; freightage payable by, 174.
-, bills of exchange, issue for, 13, 38, 57, 74, 92, 99, 469, 483, 507.
-, biscuits for, frauds by bakers of, 459.
-, Board:
-, commissioners sent to New England by, to inspect naval stores, 148.
-, debts of the Navy and Victualling to be certified by, 95.
-, letters from and to, mentioned, 11, 57, 95.
-, matter referred to, 583.
-, canvas for, contract for, 112.
-, captains, commanders or commodores:
-, bounty for, for bringing home gold from Portugal, 107, 111, 474, 477, 479, 555, 598.
-, Customs complaint against, 164.
-, freight paid to, 5.
-, reprisals on French fishing boats to be made by, 359.
-, casualties, payment out of money arising by, 432.
-, chaplains, groats and two pences due to, 13, 235.
-, Chatham Chest, accounts of, 13, 235.
-, commanders. See above captains.
-, Commissioners, 217, 462, 496. accounts passed by, for Parliament, 164, 494, 540, 552.
-, attending the Treasury, 15(2), 45, 48, 87(2), 112(2), 489, 540; upon summons only, 34.
-, contracts with. See below contracts.
-, estimate for wages, &c., required from, 3, 93, 143, 489, 494.
-, Land Tax assessments on, refunded, 98, 522.
-, letter from, mentioned, 95.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 45, 121, 143, 164, 166(2), 170, 174, 213, 236, 261, 268, 288, 301, 303, 324, 365, 384, 395, 466, 489, 494, 516, 523, 537, 544, 558, 594, 600.
-, memorial from, 577.
-, payments by, 303, 319, 324, 365, 384, 435, 516.
-, reports and representations by, 48, 112, 251, 496, 570, 573, 577, 583(2).
-, tallies assigned to, 96, 324. warrants to, 251, 431.
-, commodores. See Navy—captains.
-, contingencies, issue for, 11, 146.
-, contracts and contractors, 45, 48, 87, 88, 112, 166, 170, 174, 175, 537, 580; memorial of, 48.
-, convoys. See Convoys.
-, course of:
-, bill registered on, 319.
-, [creditors for account of], 495.
-, estimate of, required, 143.
-, issues and loans for, 2, 3, 5, 15, 25, 96, 140, 142, 157, 190, 338, 495; interest on, 140, 190.
-, report on, 48.
-, creditors, 338, 570; attending the Treasury, 6, 31, 40.
-, debts of, account of and reason for increase of, required, 95, 494; and see Navy—Old Navy debt, deserters, and impressment, 73.
-, dockyards (yards), issues for, 57, 92, 150, 170, 202, 203, 484; and see Chatham, Deptford, Harwich, Kinsale, Sheerness, Woolwich.
-, engagement, 435.
-, flag officers. See Navy—officers.
-, fleets and squadrons, army officers on board, 129, 501, 502; in the Channel, short allowance money for, 30, 366; and see Aylmer, Mathew; Baker, John; Jennings, Sir J.; Norris, Sir J.
-, hemp for, contract for, 170.
-, hospitals, medicines, &c., for, 153, 257.
-, impressment. protections from, 73.
-, iron for, 335.
-, joiners, discharged from Woolwich Yard, 113.
-, masts for, 143; in New Hampshire, 123.
-, medicines for, 237.
-, muster-master of the Fleet, pay of, 187.
-, Office:
-, allowance payable out of, 257.
-, clerks and officers of, salaries of, issue for, 546; Land Tax assessments on, refunded, 98, 522.
-, debts of, account of, required, 164.
-, Officers. And see Navy—captains.
-, assist Customs officers in Scotland, 413, in the performance of quarantine, 547.
-, commissioned, super-annuated, 57.
-, flag, pay of, issues for, 21, 57, 162.
-, salaries, issue for, 496.
-, salvage money for, 436.
-, of ships taken or cast away, issue for, 9, 200.
-, warrant, superannuated, 57.
-, who have passed their accounts, issue for, 217,
-, Old Navy Debt, second book in course, bills on, 268.
-, Ordinary of, issues for, 11, 27, 30, 99, 150, 221, 366, 496, 506, 507, 510, 516, 541, 546.
-, for 1705, completed, 516.
-, for 1706, payment to, 516.
-, for 1709, payment to, 541.
-, for 1711, estimate for, required, 494.
-, Parliamentary supply for, estimate of, required, 489; scheme for disposal of remainder of, 19.
-, pilotage, course of, issue for, 187.
-, pork for, 87, 88, 147, 473, 597.
-, recalls, issues for, 221, 227;
-, and see Navy—ships.
-, sail cloth for, contract for, 537; factory for, fire in, 537.
-, seamen:
-, blind, Sir R. Read's claim for curing, 454, 466.
-, in London hospitals, 331.
-, lost in the great storm anno 1703, widows and orphans of, petition for relief, 288, 544, 558, 578, 594.
-, salvage money for, 436.
-, sick and wounded. See Sick.
-, turned over men, 27, 30, 73, 86, 469, 517.
-, wages of. See Navy—wages.
-, ships:
-, army officers on board, 129.
-, bomb ship, 395.
-, books, defalcations on, 235.
-, captured, officers of. See Navy—officers; retaken by Dutch privateer, 319.
-, Dutch ships retaken by, Convention Act re, 319.
-, exportation of tin in, 44, 88, 585; stopped, 32.
-, laid up, 91, 481.
-, gold brought home from Portugal by, 477, 479, 504, 555; and see Navy—captains.
-, goods found on board, Customs officers not allowed to remove, 164, 169.
-, Hospital ships, medicines for, 153, 257.
-, outward bound, necessary money for, 48, 92, 484.
-, paying off, issues for, 5, 7, 48, 91, 99, 162, 165, 172, 507.
-, prizes taken by, 116, 121, 353, 439, 482, 569, 582.
-, recalls of, issues for, 11, 12.
-, remittances for the army shipped on, 9.
-, reprisals on French fishing boats by, 359.
-, returned from foreign voyages, short allowance money for, 92, 483, 484.
-, right of customs officers to board, 164, 165.
-, salvage of, 236.
-, smuggling by, 320, 321.
-, third rate, laid up, 481; paid off, 91.
-, wages, issues for, 9, 12, 13, 25, 48, 200, 227.
-, wrecked (cast away), 395, 529; officers of. See Navy—officers; wages for, 48.
-, yachts, wages of, issue for, 217.
-, shipwrights, discharged from Woolwich Yard, 113.
-, short allowance money, issues for, 30, 92, 366, 483. Cp. Navy—Victualling.
-, surgeons, groats and two-pences due to, 13, 235.
-, timber for, 335; account of deliveries, required, 549; unfit, felling of, 547.
-, tobacco money, 13, 235.
-, Treasurer (R. Walpole):
-, accounts of, representation re, 573.
-, [agent to]. See Hawes, Mr
-, allowance to the Lord High Admiral of Scotland paid by, 414.
-, attending the Bank of England, 55.
-, attending the Treasury, 15(2), 27, 35, 57, 73, 105, 110, 111(2); days appointed for, 34.
-, bills for and on, 193, 462, 463.
-, his demands for great sums, the Bank cannot comply with, 33.
-, Exchequer bills for, Bank dare not issue more, 46.
-, interest paid by, 193.
-, issues, loans and payments to, 2, 3(2), 4, 5, 7, 9(2), 11, 12, 13(2), 15, 17, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 38, 73, 86, 92, 99, 139, 140, 141, 142, 146, 150, 153, 157, 158, 162, 165, 170, 172, 184, 185, 187, 200, 202, 213, 215, 220, 221, 227, 231, 237, 242, 245, 247, 263, 284, 295, 318, 338, 339, 342, 432, 462, 469, 473, 551; privy seal for 2,000,000l. 292.
-, letter from, mentioned, 217.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 31, 92, 164, 169, 216, 295(2), 330, 365, 420, 434, 459, 469, 481, 483, 495, 496, 505, 507, 602.
-, loans by. 3, 21, 113, 142, 157, 184, 284, 295, 420, 432, 551.
-, memorials, 4, 30, 99, 110, 111.
-, payments by, 30, 105, 110, 111, 190, 213, 295, 302, 319, 330, 339, 365, 366, 420, 453, 459, 462, 469, 481, 483, 484, 506, 507, 516, 517, 525, 541, 546, 557; small, difficulty of transacting, in Exchequer bills, 28.
-, reports by. 602(2).
-, scheme for disposal of remainder of supply given to, 19.
-, tallies and orders assigned to and by, 22, 57, 154, 184, 190, 216, 217, 302, 338, 459, 469.
-, account of, required, 429.
-, loans on, 295, 319, 330, 339, 420, 434, 435, 551; by the Bank of England, 27, 30, 55, 57, 87, 89, 92, 97, 99, 105, 110, 111, 120, 365, 453, 459, 469, 473, 481, 483, 505, 506, 507, 524, 525, 541, 545, 557; interest on, 73, 542.
-, not to be disposed of, without particular directions, 554.
-, warrant to, 431.
-, weekly money demands, 35.
-, See also Cary, A., Viscount Falkland; Littleton, Sir T.; Russel, E., Earl of Orford; Seymour, Sir E.
-, Victualling:
-, agent for, at Portsmouth, 459, 589.
-, bills of exchange, issues for, 3, 22, 26, 27, 30, 38, 74, 86, 92, 105, 110, 146, 187, 231, 302, 339, 366, 420, 459, 469, 484; anno 1709, 541.
-, business at the Treasury, day appointed for, 34.
-, cashier. See Papillon, P.
-, clerks, in London and the outports, salaries of, taxes on, refunded, 334.
-, Commissioners, Victuallers (T. Colby, D. Onslow, T. Bere, T. Reynold, T. Hardwick):
-, attending the Treasury, 4, 15, 19(2), 57(2), 114; upon summons only, 34.
-, contracts with, 87, 88, 126, 404.
-, difficulties of, caused by exceedings on Parliamentary supply, 444.
-, issue for. 13.
-, letters from, 57, 144.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 95, 126, 147, 254, 334, 404, 459, 473, 494, 589, 590, 597.
-, memorials, 13, 606.
-, reports and representations, 572, 574.
-, salaries of, taxes on, refunded, 334.
-, salt for, 334.
-, warrants to, 334.
-, See also Plymouth Dockyard.
-, contingencies, 187, 231.
-, contracts of (annis 1672 and 1673), accounts of, 17; for oxen and hogs, 404.
-, course of, interest on, 140; issues for, 3, 5, 15, 17, 25, 140, 142, 143, 158, 338.
-, debts of, 95; account of, required, 494.
-, issues for, 2, 184, 213, 292, 551.
-, necessary money for, account of, required, 93, 429; demand for, 57, weekly, 35.
-, necessary and extraordinary necessary money, issues for, 3, 86, 146, 187, 231, 469, 484.
-, officers of, in London and the outports, salaries of, taxes on, refunded, 334.
-, Parliamentary supply for anno 1710, scheme for disposing of remainder of, 19; since the Queen's accession, account of, required, 494.
-, quotas:
-, 19s. per man per month, completed, 232, 302, 339, 366, 420, 459, 483.
-, 494,000l. out of the funds anno 1710, completed, 231, 469.
-, short allowance money, 86, 146, 187, 231, 469, 483, 577.
-, short beer money, 146, 231.
-, And see Plymouth, Portsmouth.
-, Wages:
-, estimate of funds required for, 3, 48.
-, issues for or to head of, 7, 9, 11, 15, 21, 23, 27, 30, 55, 97, 153, 162, 165, 172, 187, 200, 203, 217, 221, 222, 227, 237, 247, 263, 319, 330, 339, 384, 435, 459, 469, 481, 517, 525, 546.
-, Parliamentary supply for, deficiency of, 95; since the Queen's accession, account of, required, 494.
-, quotas:
-, anno 1702, deficiencies of, issues for, 237, 303, 343.
-, anno 1707, completed, 237.
-, anno 1708, completed, 303, 342.
-, anno 1709, defalcations, 546; issue for, 546.
-, Seamen's, issues for, 21, 57, 91, 105, 242(2), 295, 342, 365, 366; out of funds for the year 1709, 365.
-, Parliament tickets (by Act 4–5 Anne, c. 6, clauses 10 and 12), claim against, 51; estimate of funds required for, 48; issues for, 7, 15, 27, 30, 55, 97, 98, 150, 172, 173, 203, 263, 366, 435, 453, 506, 546.
-, sixpence per month collected from, for Greenwich Hospital, 173.
-, specie required for, 162, 165, 172, 187.
-, turned over men, estimate of funds required for, 48; issues for, 30, 55, 57, 172, 453, 517.
-, ships'. See Navy—ships.
-, wear and tear, head of:
-, bills of Exchange, imprests and services under, issues for, 22, 26, 48, 57, 86, 97, 105, 110, 140, 150, 158, 190, 202, 203, 232, 242, 302, 318, 339, 366, 384, 420, 459, 469, 483, 484, 541; anno 1709, 525, 541, 546, 557.
-, deficiency of, 95.
-, Parliamentary supply for, account of, required, 494.
-, widows, provision for, 395; of seamen who perished in the storm of 1703, petition for bounty, 288, 544, 558, 578, 594.
-, Yachts. See Navy—ships.
-, Yards. See Navy—dockyards.

Neal, Daniel, recommended for a place in the Customs or Excise, 573.

Nealson, Edward, recommended for post of Surveyor of the Salt Office at Berwick, 166.

Needham, Samuel, ensign en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Needler, Culverwell, clerk assistant to the House of Commons, payment to, 347.

Ness, co. Inverness, water and Lough of, 508.

Neufville, Sir Robert de, baronetcy fees, discharged, 239.

Nevill, George, Lord Abergavenny, recommendation by, 572.

Nevington, Thomas, petitioner, 592.

Nevis, Governor or Lieutenant Governor of. See Hamilton, Walter; provisions for, contract for, 126.

New Boston, America, bills drawn from, 310.

New England, 161, 571.
-, bills of exchange drawn from, 141, 246.
-, Governor of (Joseph Dudley), pirates effects in the hands of, 389.
-, marines for, medicines for, 223.
-, Naval Stores in, Commissioners for inspecting, 148; instructor in the production of, 149.
-, tar from, quality and price of, 148.

New Forest:
-, Burley in. See Burley.
-, Keepers of, salaries, 552, 566.
-, Lyndhurst Lodge in, repairs to, 113.
-, ranger alias riding forester of, issue for, 523; and see Bromfeild, J.
-, trees blown down by the storm in 1703, sale of, 423.
-, trees and scrub beech, decayed, felling and sale of, 423, 547.
-, warden of. See Somerset, Henry, Duke of Beaufort.
-, woodsales in, yearly payment out of, 443.
-, woodward (Pyle, E.; Worsley, J.), salary, 547.

New Hampshire:
-, collector and surveyor of Customs in (R. Armstrong), 123, 175.
-, masts for the Navy from, 123.
-, proprietor of, 123.
-, revenue of, instructions for borrowing from, for the expedition under Colonel Nicholson, 267.
-, Surveyor of Woods in (R. Armstrong), 123, 175.
-, timber in, prevention of waste and destruction of, 123, 175.

New Jersey, Lord Lovelace at, 571.

New Park alias House Park. See Hampton Court.

New River, water supply from, contract for, 468.

New Romney, co. Kent, riding officers at, 353, 404.

New Ross, Ireland, merchant of, 269.

New Sarum. See Salisbury.

New Windsor. See Windsor.

New York, 551.
-, Army in. See Army.
-, Attorney and Advocate General of. See Rayner, John.
-, and Canada, country between, Indians inhabiting, 276.
-, chaplains going to, passage money for, 157.
-, Chief Justice of. See Atwood, W.
-, Collector and Receiver General of the Revenue of. See New York—revenue.
-, councillor of (Colonel Schuyler), 277.
-, defence of, importance of, 148.
-, expense at, issue for, 18.
-, general storehouse at, 149.
-, Germany Protestants (Poor Palatines) for and in:
-, brief for collections for, 32.
-, Colonel Hunter's expense for, 122; issue for, 30.
-, condition of, representation of, 150.
-, employment of, in making naval stores (pitch, tar, &c.), instruction and instructors for, 147, 148, 149; utensils for, 157, 188.
-, goods, tools, &c., for, 398, 490.
-, tradesmen supplying (creditors for), attending the Treasury, 32; debt to, case re, 574; petition of, 32, 593, 594, 595.
-, weekly payments for, 32, 95.
-, issues for, 22, 27, 30.
-, lands for, 332; granting of, 122, 158, 571; 40 acres to each family, 148.
-, manufacture of wool by, prohibited, 148.
-, minister to (J. F. Hager), 116.
-, naturalization of. 149.
-, ordnance stores for, 115.
-, storehouses for, 149.
-, subsistence for, 22, 571; rates for, 148.
-, transportation of, 53, 340, cost per head, 116; ships for, claim for demurrage by owners of, 31, 32, 363, 573, payment of, 386; issue for, 127.
-, Governor of, 564; chapel of, goods for, 121; and see Hunter, Robert; Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury; Lovelace, John, Lord Lovelace.
-, Indian Nations in, 276, 341, 456; ambassador from, presents for, 250.
-, Lands in, extravagant grants of, Act for vacating and resuming to the Crown, 148.
-, manufacture of pitch and tar in, 123.
-, money of, 30; exchange rate, 277.
-, packet boats for, agreement for, 241; rates of postage by, 241.
-, post stages in, settlement of, 241.
-, quit rents in, Queen's title to, 332.
-, Receiver General of (G. Plater), 128.
-, revenue in, Acts of Assembly re, 277; Collector and Receiver of. See Byerley, T.; Fauconnier, P.; Weaver, T.
-, Surveyor General in, proposed appointment of, 332.
-, Trinity Church, communion plate for, 120.

Newberry, Cecilia, widow, daughter of Judge Morton, royal bounty for, 554.

Newbiggin, [co. Northumberland], riding surveyors at, 441(2).

Newby, [Oliver], Collector at Aldeburgh, 58, 62, 69; son in law of John Knackston, 69.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Newcastle port), co. Northumberland:
-, boatmen at, established, 417; extraordinary, 417; mates to, resign owing to small salary, 254.
-, carriage of wool in the neighbourhood of, 160.
-, collector of, increased business of, 214; salary of, 214.
-, comptroller of. See Brydges, F.; Molesworth, R.
-, Customs officers at, for observing the carriage of wool, 160; additional, for preventing frauds, 254.
-, frauds in, cause of and means to prevent, 254.
-, House duties in, Receiver General of. See Wyvill, F.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Wyvill, F.
-, landcarriage officer at, 160.
-, Macartney's regiment at, clothing for, 207.
-, merchant of, 242.
-, riding surveyor removed from, 441.
-, ships at, 117, 131, 250, 297, 312, 314, 335, 456, 470.
-, tidesmen at, 354, 417, 472.
-, tidesurveyors at, 254.
-, trade in, 301.
-, transportation of troops to, 318.
-, weighers at, 492.

Newcastle, Duke of. See Cavendish, William; Holles, John.

Newcomen, Theophilus, of Lincoln's Inn, Clerk Engrosser in the Office of Compositions for Alienations, appointment, 270, petition re 239; his fee, 318.
-, -, Thomas, Lieutenant Colonel, petition for a pension for loss of his right hand, 169; report on, 510.

Newdigate, Francis, captain en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Newell, George, goldsmith, prisoner in Newgate, petition to be released on bail, 270, 356.
-, -, Joseph, goldsmith, prisoner in Newgate, petition to be released on bail, 270, 356.

"Newels (Newells), the", Exchequer process against, 51, 99; Mr. Mason's debt to, 51, 54.

Newfoundland, 161.
-, Agent for tenths and perquisites of the Admiralty at, 230.
-, Prizes agent at, accounts of, report on, 574.
-, prizes taken off, 174, 483. salt exported to, 556.

Newhaven, co. Sussex, riding officer at, 404.

Newington Barrow alias Highberry, co. Middlesex, manor of, 388.

Newland, George, letter from, mentioned, 601.

Newman, John, petitions and case of, mentioned, 296.

Newmarket, Queen's housekeeper at (Thomas Walker), 472, 596.

Newport, co. Bucks., three hundreds of, fee farm rents of, 341, 407, 408, 515.
-, -, Glasgow. See Glasgow.
-, -, Isle of Wight, bakers of biscuits for the Navy at, frauds by, 459.

Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household, executors of, payment to, 162, 324.
-, -, Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, attending Richardson's examination at the Treasury, 57, 61(2), 66, 68, 74; executor of the Earl of Bradford, 324.

Newton, waiter and searcher at, 441.

Newton, Dr. Henry, Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany, payment to, ordinary, 530.
-, -, Dr. [Henry], Advocate of Prizes, salary payment to, 309.
-, -, Sir Isaac, Master and Worker of the Mint, clerk under, 94; payment to, 301, 416; report signed by, 351.
-, -, James, recommended for a place, 573.
-, -, Thomas, Woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forest, salary and additional salary in lieu of fees, 526.

Nicholas, John, a manager of the Lottery for continuing part of the duties on coals, 129.

Nicholls, Edward, captain en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, a Commissioner of Transportation (1689–1702), deceased, 281.

Nicholson, _, captain, order of, 317.
-, -, Featherston, waiter and searcher at Mostyn and Flint, removed, 472.
-, -, Francis, colonel:
-, bills of, 102, 550, 551, 605. expedition under. See Expeditions.
-, Governor of New England, 550.
-, Governor of Virginia, 250.
-, papers signed by, 577.
-, payment to, for provisions, presents, &c., for Indian Sachems, 18, 250, 268.
-, petitioner, 605.

Nillage, John, appointed tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, 216.

Nixon, Dymond, appointed landwaiter at Solebay, 592.

Nodes, George, captain, agent to Mordaunt's regiment, petition of, 555.

Noell, Edward, a Commissioner of Excise, 293, 464; a manager of candle duties, 293.

Nore, The, H.M. Ships at, issue for wages, 9, 200.

Norfolk:
-, Chappel Lands in, 423.
-, coast of, prevention of smuggling on, 270; surveyor General on, 270.
-, House Duties in, Receivers General for. See Brown, R.; Pacey, W.; Surveyor of. See Morphew, F.; Piggon, E.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receivers General of. See Brown, R.; Pacey, W.
-, lighthouse in, grant of, petition for, 588; warrant for, 423; and see Everard, James.
-, sheriff of. See Heron, H.

Norgate, Thomas, Customer and Collector of Great Yarmouth, appointment and salary, 275, 318.

Norham, co. Northumberland, waiter and searcher at, 441.

Norman, Lionel, a Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, survey of outports of Scotland by, 223.

Normanton, co. Notts., 131.

Norris (Norriss, Norrice), Henry, merchant, petitions for release of ships from quarantine and for unlading cargo, 314, 335, 456, 476, 486.
-, -, Sir John, Admiral, letter from, mentioned, 573; squadron of, money sent of Barcelona on, 10, 136, 214.

Norroy King at Arms. See Le Neve, P.

North, Lady, Customs House at Bristol rented from, 255.

North, Judith, widow, petitioner, 582; royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.

North Esk, Scotland, east side of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Seton of Prestonpans, A.; west side of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Oliphant of Linlithgow, W.

North Ground in Longbredy, q.v.

North Potomac. See Potomac.

North Sea and Herring Fishery, beer for, excise on, 540.

Northamptonshire, House Duties in Surveyors of. See Cockerill, D.; Osmond, T.; Smith, O.; Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Cooper, J.; Matthews, B.

Northern Crowns, treaties with, passes for ships required in accordance with, 211; war between, 305, difficulties of trade in the Baltic during, 211.

Northern Road, proposal for expediting mails by, 18.

Northey, Sir Edward, Attorney General, appointment, 484; warrants to, 522, 537; and see Attorney General.

Northumberland, House Duties in, Receiver General of. See Wyvill, F.; Surveyors of. See Eastman, G.; Langley, J; Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Wyvill, F.

Northumberland, Duke of. See Fitzroy, George.

Northwich Hundred, co. Chester, method of keeping Land Tax accounts in, 503, 602.

Norton, Mr., memorial re repairing the parish church of Portchester, 573.
-, -, Elizabeth, Cambridge carrier, bill on, 63. Cp. Norton, E.

Norway, corn for, 133; fish from, captured, 164; ship for, 133: trade with, discovery of frauds in, 167.

Norway Office. See Customs—London port.

Norwich, co. Norfolk:
-, apprentices bound at, 14, 327.
-, Candle Duty in, officers for collecting, 253.
-, Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, petition for pensions due to, 121.
-, distributor of stamped paper in. See Barnes, Mr.; Goddard, T.
-, gentlemen of, recommendation by, 217.
-, Surveyor of (Mr. Weddell), 270.

Nott, Edward, colonel, former Governor of Virginia, allowances to, for equipage, transport and rent, 208, 239; death of, 152, 208.
-, -, Richard, petitioner, 592.

Nottingham, co. Notts. Great road leading to York from, 131.

Nottinghamshire:
-, Crown Lands in, Auditor of, matter referred to, 568.
-, Duke of Newcastle's lands in, 131.
-, fee farm rents in, 568.
-, House Duties in, Receiver General of. See Bray, J.; Surveyor of. See Jevon, S.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of. See Bury, J.
-, Sheriff of, ancient fee for Sherwood Forest paid to, 132; and see Edge, R.

Nudigate, Elizabeth, daughter of W. Fanshaw, royal bounty for, 307.
-, -, Mary, daughter of W. Fanshaw, royal bounty for, 307.

Nugent, Ignatius, petitioner, 605.

Nut, William, one of the Queen's watermen, badges for, 487.

Nuthall, John, Receiver General of Land Tax assessments and duties on Houses for Surrey and Southwark, 138, 215, 243, 499.

Nutmegs, new additional rates and duties on. See Customs—duties (coffee).

Nuttall, Joseph, petition for allowance of money stolen from him, 573.