Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.
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Sabine, [Joseph], brigadier, payment to, for arms and equipage, 180.
Sacheverell, George, Sheriff of Derby, surplusage on his accounts, payment of, 471.
-, -, [Henry, D.D.], trial and impeachment of:
-, court in Westminster Hall for, cost of building, 169; cost of furniture, &c., for, 169, 171, 405.
-, riot at, arrest and conviction of persons concerned in, 376, 439, 514.
-, solicitor for (W. Borrett), 457; account of his disbursements, 565.
-, -, Samuel, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 234.
Sack, allowance of, to Irish Privy Councillors, 549.
Sacks, lost at Ghent, 561; price of. See Prices.
Sackville, Lionel Cranfield, Earl of Dorset, christening gift for his child, 510; houses adjoining Denmark House leased to, 540; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, memorial about his salary as, 568.
Sail cloth factory. See Leith.
St. Albans, co. Herts., 167; House Duties in, Receiver General for (R. Peters), 499; postmaster of (T. Chapman), 396.
St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, Charles.
St. Albans, Earl of. See Jermyn, Henry.
St. Andrew, Order of, gold enamelled collars of, delivered into the Jewel House, 399.
St. Andrews University, master of colleges in, allowances for, 275; Rectors, principals and professors of, petition to be put on the Civil List of Scotland, 275.
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, seamen in, tobacco, &c., for, 331.
-, General Assembly of, allowance to Governors in lieu of presents from, 371; member of. See Duer, John.
-, Governors (Lieutenant Governors) of. See Hamilton, W.; Lambert, M.
-, provisions for, contract for supplying, 126.
St. Davids, diocese of, tenths of clergy of, payment out of, 526.
St. George, Henry, Garter Principal King at Arms, 364.
St. Helens Priory, London, 298.
St. Helens (St. Hellene) Road, Isle of Wight, men of war in, smuggling by, 321.
St. Hill, Mr., contractor for New River Water for St. James's Palace and stables, 468.
St. Ippolite, David Montolieu de, colonel, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 258; his services to the Duke of Savoy, 258.
St. John, Henry (afterwards Viscount Bolingbroke), Secretary of State, 96, appointment, 461; letter from, 517; salary, 485; secret service money for, 485; white plate for, 547.
St. John's Wood, Little, in Islington, co. Middlesex, lands called, lease of, 151, 388.
St. Leger de Boisrond. See Boisrond.
St. Loo (St. Lo), _, captain en second to a regiment in Portugal, allowance for subsistence and travelling, 481; petition for, 474, 597.
St. Mesme, _ de, pension for, 538.
St. Paul, Marie Francoise, pension for, 539.
St. Phillip, castle of, in Port Mahon, q.v.
St. Quintin, Sir William, one of the Chief Commissioners and Governors of the Revenues of Ireland, new commission, 467; petition of, 233.
St. Stephen's Hospital, Westminster, almsmen of, petition of, 329.
St. Thomas's Hospital, London, seamen in, tobacco, &c., for, 331.
Salaries of Government officials. See Government Officials.
Salcey (Sawcey), Forest, co. Northampton:
-, lodges in, repair of, 329, 395.
-, state of, account of, required, 425.
-, timber felling in, 395.
-, Warden, Governor and Chief Forester (Chief Ranger). See Montagu, G.
-, wood sales in, payment out of, 526.
-, woodwards of, salary of, 526; additional, in lieu of fees, 526. See also Newton, T.
Salisbury (New Sarum), co. Wilts.:
-, bishop of. See Burnet, Gilbert.
-, expedition to (1688), 16.
-, House Duties in, Receiver General for. See Eyles, J.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General for. See Eyles, J.
-, Stamp Duties at, officer for, 14.
Salop. See Shropshire.
-, bonds, non-payment of, imprisonment for, 228.
-, debentures, 228; Surveyors of, in Scotland, 411.
-, duties (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7, continued by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 31; 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, and 9–10 Wm. III, c. 44):
-, arrears of, account of, required, 86, 470.
-, collector of, at Portsea. See Elliott, R.
-, Commissioners of:
-, attend the Treasury upon summons only, 34.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 11, 85, 86, 166, 217, 228, 242, 301, 464, 470(2), 476, 491, 496, 504, 556, 575, 588, 600, 601.
-, memorial from, 402.
-, passing of incident charges and, 491.
-, prosecution by, 301.
-, reports by, 310, 524, 566, 575, 578, 595, 602(2).
-, salt duty debt and, 288.
-, warrants to, 310, 402.
-, debts and debtors for, 217, 288, 310.
-, frauds in, 566.
-, Lottery on. See Lotteries (Million Adventure).
-, Office, at Berwick, Surveyor of, 166; incident bills, 328, 399; salary bills, 218, 344.
-, officers, assessments on salaries, refunded, 402; not to unduly intermeddle in parliamentary elections, 85, 470; petition for place, 575.
-, receipts from, applied to Deficient Funds, 125, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506, 544; applied to loans on the credit of Act [8 Anne, c. 14] for continuing several Impositions, continued impositions, &c., after payment of the principal and interest secured by the Act of 1 Anne, c. 7, for making good certain Deficiencies, &c., 230, 231.
-, security for, R. Whitlow's case as, 228, 578.
-, exportation of, to Ireland, debenture on, 228; to Newfoundland, allowance for waste (three bushels per ton), 556.
-, Foreign, imported into Scotland, 144; collection of Customs and Excise on, 411; paid for as under Act of 7 Anne, c. 11, 334.
-, French, in Scotland, 144; for the Victualling Commissioners, 334.
-, imported from Lisbon by packet boats, and landed without paying duty, 476, 496, 602.
-, in Scotland, 4, 19, 144, 254, 411.
-, making of, memorial re, 567.
-, Portuguese, in Scotland, 144; to be sold for export, 334.
-, price of. See Prices.
-, prize, 439.
-, Proprietors, Droitwich, case of, 568.
-, Spanish, in Scotland, 144; to be sold for export, 334.
-, stores, Yeoman of (F. Tuckwell), 229.
Salt marshes, lease of, 321.
Salthouse, co. Norfolk, lease of marshes near, called Clay Marshes, Dutchman's Bank, East Marsh and West Marsh, 321.
Salthouse manor, co. Norfolk, Lord of, marshes in the tenure of, 321.
Saltonstall, John, waiter and searcher at Craster, 441.
Saltpetre, 305; purchased from the East India Company for the Ordnance, 3, 140.
Salvage, of men of war, 236; of merchant ship, payment for, 436; of tin, claim for, 143, 144.
Salvage money, Receiver of, warrant to, 436.
Samazan, Blanche de, pension for, 538.
-, -, Henrietta de, pension for, 538.
-, -, Marie de, pension for, 538.
San Felipe or Xativa, Spain, defence and surrender of, 356.
Sande or Sanda, J. Von (Monsieur D'Sand). Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Mecklenberg, diamond ring presented by the Queen to, 414.
Sanderson, Sandersone. See Saunderson.
Sandford, Henry, land in Ireland purchased by, petition for title of, 324.
Sandhills. See Sandwich.
Sandpit Gate in Windsor Great Park, q.v.
Sandwich (Sandwich port), co. Kent:
-, brewers and maltsters at, corrupt practices of, 227.
-, collector of. 356, 417.
-, customs boat at, commander of, 417.
-, Excise officer at, attempt to corrupt, 227.
-, landwaiter, 356.
-, Sandhills, 417.
-, surveyor, 319.
-, surveyor, waiter and searcher, 417.
-, waiter and searcher, 417.
Sandys, _, Colonel, his lodging at Somerset House, repairs at, 230.
-, -, Elizabeth, widow, petitioner, 595.
Sankey, Henry, captain, report from Ireland on, 510.
-, -, [Nicholas], Major General, regiment of, officer of, 287.
-, -, Richard, appointed deputy Queen's waiter, London port, 270, 297.
Sansom (Sansome), John, collector of Bristol port:
-, absconded much in debt to the Queen, 219.
-, debt due to, prisoner on account of (T. Goldney), 154, 253, 388.
-, effects of, seizure of, 219.
-, his estate in Monmouthshire extended, 540, 558.
-, failure of, 228.
-, surety for (J. Goddard), petition of, 227.
Santjago, _, captain of the St. Joseph, 537.
Saquinsa. See Cuença.
Sarson, John, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 440.
Sartre, Francis, a French refugee, Reformed officer (lieutenant) in the King of Prussia's Troops in Flanders, petition and report, 252, 511.
Saul, John, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, promoted to the superior list, 234.
Saunders, Ch., landwaiter in Hull port, deceased, 492.
-, -, John, master of the Crown Prince, 444.
-, -, Nicholas, collector of Truro port, deceased, money taken at the Revolution from, commission to seize, 216.
-, -, Richard, appointed landwaiter at Exeter, 234.
Saunderson (Sanderson, Sandersone), _, captain of the Peregrine, yacht, 239, 328.
-, -, Francis, gunner of H.M.S. Fire Drake, 395.
-, -, James, a Commissioner in the Office of Alienations, authorised to constitute I. Ewers to officiate for him, 276.
-, -, Rebecca, widow of Francis, petition for an allowance, 395, 583; son of, lost in the Fire Drake, 395.
Savage, John (Customs), and fraudulent allowances for incidents, 69.
-, -, [Philip], Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, his misbehaviours in demanding and receiving fees which he ought not to have taken, Law Officers of Ireland directed to enquire into, 7, 194.
-, -, Richard, Earl of Rivers, contract by, for a French regiment of dragoons, 287; forces under, Commissary of the Stores of Clothing for (E. Douglas), 433, 434; payment to, for the expense of his journey to and from the Court of Hanover, 494.
-, -, Richard, Secretary to the Customs, and Customs frauds, 58, 69; death of, 151.
Savery, Thomas, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded. See Sick and Wounded.
Savoy, Duke of. See Victor Amadeus II; Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) to. See Chetwynd, J.; Palmes, W.; prince of. See Eugene.
Savoy Chapel and Hospital. See London and Westminster—Streets and places.
Sawcey Forest. See Salcey Forest.
Saxe-Gotha, Duke of, convention with, 280; troops of, unauthorised payments to, in the Earl of Ranelagh's final account (1692–1699), 377; on the establishment of 20,000 men (anno 1706), payments for, 280.
Saxon troops, issues forpay (the Queen's share), 136, 176, 190, 202, 267, 337, 338; new corps, 176; two additional regiments, 338.
-, See also Army—Flanders (Confederate Army, 4,639 Saxons).
Saxony, Elector of. See Frederick Augustus.
-, -, Electress and Duchess Dowager of. See Anna Sophia.
Sayer, Lawrence, waiter and searcher at Hartlepool, deceased, 205.
Scarborough, countess of. See Lumley, Frances.
-, -, Earl of. See Lumley, Richard.
Scarburgh, Henrietta Maria, Maid of Honour, her annuity or pension, payments of, 275, 314, 398, 488; privy seal for, 130.
Scarffe, William, building surveyor, cost of building lighthouses at Hunstanton sworn by, 323.
Scarpe. See Fort de Scarpe.
Scawen, Sir William, contractor for Army Clothing, accounts of, 227; attending the Treasury, 11, 12.
Scheldt, river, waggons and horses lost in passing, 562.
Schenectady (Schenectedy), New York co., falls on the river Mohawk between Albany and, 148; fort of, firewood for, 268.
Schomberg (Schönberg), Frederick Herman, Duke of Schomberg, 243.
-, -, Meinhard (Maynard), Duke of Schomberg and Leinster:
-, commanding Portmore's regiment, 161.
-, General of the Army in Portugal, 115, 452.
-, pay of, enquiry re, 452.
-, pensions out of the Post Office granted to, 509.
-, proclamation by, 115.
Schoolmasters, for the Plantations, royal bounty for their passage, 89, 476, 494, 597; of Southwell, payment to, on a perpetuity, 37, 401, 430.
Schütz (Schultz), Lady, Customs examination of her goods, 275; house of, in St. James's Square, 275.
-, -, Ludwig Justus Sinold Freiherr von (Baron Schultz), Envoy and Envoy Extraordinary from Hanover, death of, 343; widow of, Queen's present to, 343.
Schuylenburg, Mons., repayment of loans by, 380.
Schuyler, _, colonel, one of her Majesty's council of New York, 277.
-, -, Abraham, payment to, for his service in attending Indian Chiefs as interpreter, 18, 281.
-, -, Peter, of Albany, payment to, for his service in attending Indian Chiefs from Albany and back, 18, 280; petition of, for expense of firewood for the forts of Albany and Schenectady, 268.
Scilly Islands, Customs boatman, 269; Governor of, petition referred to, 288; Palatines settled in, 490; proposal to establish a business in, 288, 568.
Scobell, Henry, Receiver and Paymaster for buying tin in Cornwall and Devon, payments to, 157, 543.
Score, Richard, Deputy Collector in Exeter port, petitioner, 583, for stay of process, 471.
-, -, Richard, junior, Collector of Penzance port, enquiry and report by, 304, 305.
Scot. See Scott.
Scotch ships, taken by the Dutch, 49; tobacco exported to Bergen in, 527.
Scotland (North Britain), 62.
-, Admiralty Court of, judges of (Mr. Graham, Sir R. Forbes), petition re cessation of their salary since the union, 257.
-, Advocate General. See below Lord Advocate.
-, apprentices and clerks in, duties on. See Apprentices.
-, Army in:
-, assistance for officers of the Customs to be given by, 413.
-, clearings, 110, 543, 544.
-, deputy judge advocate for, 261.
-, desertions and mutinies, 261.
-, establishment, pension on, 569.
-, forage for, 102, 153, 436, 518; contractor for, 586.
-, regiments for and in, dragoons, five regiments, 153; three regiments, 599; subsistence for, 522; tents, &c., for, 133.
-, bishops in, charitable pensions for, 312.
-, bonfires in, charge of, 19.
-, borders of, customs officers on, alteration of stations and salaries of, 441.
-, business of, at the Treasury, days appointed for, 34.
-, Candle duty in. See Candles.
-, Charity Roll (Charities and bounties), 218, 312, 383.
-, charters of, passing of [royal] signatures upon, discussed at the Treasury, 21.
-, charters, seals, coins and medals of, J. Anderson's work on, payment for, 21, 298.
-, chief engineer, 257.
-, church of, General Assembly of, address in behalf of, praying settlement of allowances and payment of arrears, 196; annual payment to, 299.
-, Civil List establishment (Civil Government charges, establishment for Civil Affairs), 257.
-, application of revenue of Customs and Excise of Scotland towards charges of, 185, 186, 248, 325; Law Officers' opinion re, 167, 168.
-, deficient fees and salaries of, application of moneys of Compositions in the Exchequer and the moneys of seizures of Prohibited and uncustomed goods to the payment of, 185, 186.
-, issues and payments for, 121, 229, 248, 350, 490.
-, Paymaster of, 186.
-, receipts from Crown Land rents and casualties in Scotland applied to, 186; deficiency of, 186.
-, codfish. See below herrings.
-, coins of. See above charters.
-, College of Justice. See below Court of Session.
-, Commissioners for the Plantation of Kirks and Valuation of Teinds in, clerks of, petition of, 274; jurisdiction of, transferred to the Lords of the Session, 274; records of, burnt by accident (3 February, 1700), 274.
-, Court of Justiciary:
-, establishment charges of (fees, salaries, circuits, &c.), application of Customs and Excise of Scotland towards, 168, 185, 186, 248, 325, 329, 439, 590.
-, Lords of, circuits of, payment of expenses of, 248, 325, 329, 439, 590, renewal of, after the Union, 329, trumpets and macers attending, money advanced to, 329; letters to, 329, 439.
-, macers of (J. Mason, T. Montgomery), 121, 229, 329.
-, memorial re, 590.
-, underclerk to (A. Ross), 336.
-, Court of Session or College of Justice:
-, establishment charges of (fees, salaries, &c.), application of Customs and Excise of Scotland towards, 168, 185, 186.
-, Lord President of, memorial, 582.
-, Lords of, jurisdiction of the Commissioners for the Plantation of Kirks and Valuation of Teinds transferred to, 274. See also Campbell, A.; Polwarth, Lord.
-, Senator of (Sir A. Swinton), 489.
-, Crown lands, rents and casualties:
-, farmer of (G. Scott), 144.
-, grants of, 290.
-, pensions paid out of, 204, 205.
-, Receiver General of, 313.
-, revenue of, applicable to Civil Government charges, 186, 299.
-, Accomptant and Inspector General of. See Short, J.
-, boatmen, 408, 409, 410, 411; additional, 412; appointed and dismissed, 292.
-, Book of Rates, 412.
-, Cashier. See below Receiver General.
-, clerks, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412.
-, coastwaiters, 408.
-, cocquets, 411.
-, collectors, 126, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412; clerks to, 412; exchange places, 467; registration of ships and, 246; representation by, 411; salaries of, diminished, 411.
-, Excise Commissioners and, agree that their officers should collaborate to prevent embezzlements, 413.
-, five, 408; and see Norman, L.; Rigby, Sir A.
-, letters from, 122, 175.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 116, 144, 192, 199, 242, 278, 309, 336, 339, 340, 425, 470, 489, 521, 583, 594, 596.
-, orders, instructions, &c., to, 85, 118, 290, 293, 297.
-, overtures to, for compounding a seizure, 122, 596.
-, recommendations from and to, 477, 569.
-, reports, representations, presentments by, 32, 126, 134, 178, 306, 382, 467, 586, 597.
-, warrants to, 126, 133, 169, 172, 215, 235, 292, 306, 334, 544.
-, Comptroller General, 408.
-, comptrollers, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412; salaries of, diminished, 411.
-, comptrollers and surveyors, appointed and dismissed, 172, 292.
-, computer, 411.
-, cooper, 408.
-, debenture goods, officer in charge of, 408, 410; and see below Fish.
-, doorkeeper, 408, 413.
-, drawbacks, collectors of, 411.
-, duties (Revenues):
-, accounts of, granted by 1 Anne, c. 7, and 6 Anne, c. 27, to be kept separate and apart, 290.
-, application of, towards:
-, charges of Civil Government in Scotland, 167, 168.
-, debts of England under the 15th Article of the Treaty of Union, 167, 168; computation of the amount of, 167.
-, keeping up the Courts of Session, Justiciary and Exchequer, 168.
-, paying allowances for fish exported from Scotland, 168.
-, state of, account of, address of the House of Commons for, 178 note, 199; required by the Treasury, 85, 470.
-, weekly certificates and general abstracts of, 521.
-, Edinburgh port:
-, Customs House, sentry for, allowed by the magistrates of Edinburgh, 413.
-, landcarriagemen for, ten, 408.
-, salary bill, 347.
-, ships registered in, 246.
-, staff for keeping accounts at [Head Office], 412.
-, Surveyor of the Landcarriage, 408.
-, employment in, recommendation for, 339, 569.
-, establishment, new, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413; [old], trouble and expense of, in collection of Excise of foreign salt, 411; reports on, 32.
-, Examiner of Outport accounts, 408, 412.
-, fines, 413.
-, fish debentures, collectors of, 411.
-, frauds and embezzlements in, detection and prevention of, 408, 411, 412, 413, 556.
-, General Riding Surveyor (J. Ogilvie), 126.
-, General Surveyors, six, omitted from the new establishment, they not having "answered the end of their appointment," 412.
-, grant out of, to St. Andrew's University, 275.
-, House. See above Edinburgh port.
-, housekeeper, 408, 413.
-, incidents, 413.
-, Inspector General. See Short, J.
-, Inspector of Securities, 408.
-, Inspector of Seizures of uncustomed and prohibited goods, paid out of incidents, 413.
-, Landcarriagemen, 408, 410.
-, Landsurveyors, 409.
-, Landwaiter, 192.
-, landwaiters and searchers 408, 409, 410, 411; appointed and dismissed, 172.
-, management of, defects in, 278; great charge of, 278, 340, proposal for reducing, 382.
-, memorial re, 567.
-, officers of:
-, absentee, account of, required, 85, 470.
-, collaboration with Excise Officers to prevent embezzlements, 413.
-, establishment of. See above establishment.
-, ignorance of, complaint of, 242.
-, list of, required, 85, 470.
-, military and naval assistance for, 413.
-, not to unduly intermeddle in parliamentary elections, 470.
-, number of, insufficient, 340.
-, salaries of, account of, required, 85, 470.
-, salt (foreign salt), in the hands of, 4, 144.
-, Outports, examiner of accounts of, 408, 412; officer appointed to visit and report on, 411; salary bill, 347; survey of, 223.
-, porters, 410.
-, Receiver General and Cashier. And see Graydon, Charles:
-, accounts to be kept by, 412.
-, clerk to, 413.
-, payments by, 186, 235.
-, receipts from the sale of salt to be remitted to the Exchequer by, 334.
-, registration of seizures by, 413.
-, revenue. See above duties.
-, Riding Officers, appointed and dismissed, 235, 306; twelve, omitted from the new establishment, 412.
-, Riding Surveyor, in the East District, detection of frauds by, 556; in the West Circuit, appointment, 172.
-, Riding waiters to replace Riding Officers in the new establishment, 412.
-, salary bill, 235, 347, 480.
-, searchers, 411; and See above landwaiters.
-, Secretary, 408, 412.
-, seizures (of Prohibited and Uncustomed Goods), 122, 425, 489, 583, 605.
-, Inspector of, 413.
-, money of, applied to payment of deficient fees and salaries of the establishments of Scotland, 185, 186.
-, Register of, cost of, 413.
-, registration of, method of, 412, 413.
-, reward for, proposed, 425.
-, sloops, not fitted for the coast of Scotland, 412.
-, Solicitor, 408, 412, assistant solicitor, proposed appointment of, 340.
-, surveyor of landcarriage, 408.
-, surveyors, 408, 409, 410; additional, in the new establishment, 411.
-, Surveyors for salt duty debentures and curing of fish, three, 411.
-, tidesmen, 408, 409, 410, 411, appointment, 216.
-, tidesurveyors, 409, 410; appointed and dismissed, 292.
-, tidewaiters, 192.
-, additional, on the new establishment, 411.
-, appointed and dismissed, 169, 215, 216, 235, 292.
-, duties of, 411.
-, salaries of, increased, 411; "not sufficient to maintain them," 411.
-, waiters, extraordinary, 411.
-, weighing porters, 408.
-, Dutch ship seized in, 44, 583.
-, Act 6 Anne, c. 51, directing payment of, 178 note.
-, addresses of the House of Commons re, 178 note.
-, agreement for, by 15th Article of the Treaty of Union, 167.
-, amount of, 168.
-, commissioners of, account of sums issued and paid by, required by the House of Commons, 178 note; and the great charge of managing the Customs in Scotland, 340.
-, small produce of, occasioned by defects in the management of the Customs, Scotland, 278.
-, Exchequer Court:
-, Act of Settling [6 Anne, c. 53], as to the Queen's power by, to reduce the number of ports in Scotland, 26, 340.
-, barons (judges) of, And see Scrope, J.
-, accounts of circuit expenses rendered before, 330, 439.
-, authorised to make leases of teinds, 313.
-, Charity Roll certified by, 218.
-, draft of a Commission for settling the ports of Scotland to be prepared by, 19.
-, letter from, 383.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 196, 215, 222, 257, 274, 275, 289, 290, 297, 306, 336, 346, 369, 383(3), 395, 449, 486.
-, recommendation by, 477.
-, reports by, 360, 587, 588, 592, 595(2).
-, signing of the Indenture of the Mint before, 383.
-, to lay before the House of Commons a state of public debts and claims brought before them in pursuance of the Act for payment of the Equivalent money, 178 note.
-, warrants by and to, 128, 186, 312, 389.
-, compositions in, application of moneys of, to payment of deficient fees and salaries of the Establishment of Scotland, 185, 186.
-, establishment charges of, application of Customs and Excise revenue to the payment of, 168, 186.
-, Examiner in (J. Hall), 121, 229.
-, judges. See above barons.
-, Lord Chief Baron, 19, 144, 242, 413; and see Smith [John].
-, macers of. See Scotland—Privy Council.
-, necessaries for (coal, candle, paper, &c.), 144, 486.
-, Pipe, Clerks of (C. Mackenzie; J. Tyas), 117, 275, 363, 545.
-, Queen's Remembrancer (W. Stuart; J. Tarver), 117, 274, 363, 545.
-, Remembrancer's Office, records of Custom's seizures to be transmitted to, 413.
-, Treasurer's Remembrancer (W. Allanson), additional salary for, 129.
-, Usher of (J. Stephens), 486.
-, -, See also Scotland—Privy Council.
-, Auditor of. See Tilson, George; deputy to. See Philipson, F.; office of, clerks and incidents of, petition for an allowance for, 439.
-, Cashier of, general abstract and weekly certificate of receipts, payments and remains required from, 521.
-, Commissioners of, 508.
-, duties for beer brewed in Stirling Castle demanded by, 250.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 85, 199, 248, 249, 325, 340, 439, 521, 595.
-, moneys of Compositions and Seizures to be paid to the Paymaster of Civil Establishments by, 186, 248, 329, 330. Cp. Scotland—revenue.
-, report by, 588.
-, warrant to, 395.
-, Comptroller of (J. Parson), increased business of, additional clerk for, 395.
-, duties (Revenues):
-, application of, towards:
-, charges of Civil Government in Scotland, 168, 325.
-, debts of England under the 15th Article of the Treaty of Union, 167, 168; computation of amount of, 167.
-, expenses of circuits of Lords of Justiciary, 325, 439.
-, keeping up the Courts of Session, Justiciary and Exchequer, 168.
-, paying allowances for fish exported from Scotland, 168.
-, on beer brewed in Stirling Castle, demand for, 250.
-, on foreign salt, trouble and expense of collection of, 411.
-, state of, account of, address of the House of Commons for, 178 note, 199; required by the Treasury, 85, 470.
-, weekly certificate and general abstract, 521.
-, incidents and salaries, bills for, 129, 235, 479, 480.
-, sub-tackmen of (R. Preston and partners), petition of, 144.
-, exports and imports of, since the Union, account of, required, 336.
-, fines, compositions of, payment for fees and charges in passing privy seal for applying, 308.
-, fish, Act 7 Anne, c. 11, for ascertaining the allowance for, 168; curing and packing, 411; viewing, weighing and marking, 408, 410.
-, And see Scotland—herrings.
-, fishing rent, 369.
-, forage in, contracts for, 46; scarcity of, 165.
-, French wines in, seizure of, 425.
-, General Post Office of. See Edinburgh.
-, goods from the Baltic imported into, Order in Council re, 178.
-, government of, contract with, for buying firelocks in Holland, 305.
-, Great Seal of, seal appointed in lieu of (by the Treaty of Union), 297, 343; keeper of (Earl of Loudoun), 306.
-, herrings and codfish in, representation re the allowance on, 524.
-, Historiographer of. See Crawford, D.
-, House (Window) Duties in:
-, Commissioners of, 515.
-, General Surveyor of. See Whetham, J.
-, Receiver General of, 507; and see Douglas, A.
-, Surveyors of, appointments, 250, 311, 507, 508; salaries, 507, 508.
-, Land Tax in, Commissioners of. See Selkirk; Receiver General of. See Douglas, A.
-, lands, land rents, &c. See Scotland—Crown Lands.
-, linseed from, imported into Ireland, 223.
-, Lord Advocate (Advocate General), letters to and matters referred to, 26, 305, 340; memorial of, 582.
-, And see Dalrymple, Sir D.; Stewart, Sir J.
-, Lord [Clerk] Register (Earl of Glasgow), fees and profits of, 215; office of, Exchequer in Scotland taken from, 215; proposal to deliver records of the Privy Council in Scotland to, 552.
-, Lord High Admiral, loss of office of (under the Union), by Earl of Wemys, 414.
-, Lord Justice Clerk, letter from, mentioned, 329; memorial from, 582.
-, Lord Justice General, 248.
-, medals of. See Scotland—charters.
-, Mint of. See Edinburgh.
-, Muster Master General in (Mr. Bruce), abuses committed by, 144.
-, papers re, read at the Treasury, 19.
-, Parliament of, account of public money given in to, 306; Acts of, 274, 313; [High] Commissioner to, 346; James Anderson employed by, for work on charters, seals, coins and medals, 21, 298, 346.
-, ports of, Commission for settling or surveying, 26; preparation of a draft of, 19; Queen's power under the Act of Union and Act of the Exchequer in Scotland to reduce number of, Law Officers' opinion required as to, 26, 340; Sir D. Dalrymple's report against, 32, 382.
-, Post Master General of, See Edinburgh.
-, Privy Council of, 297; Clerk of (Sir R. Forbes), records in his custody, 552.
-, Privy Council and Exchequer Court, macers of (R. Bannatyne, D. Grahame), petition of, 297.
-, Privy Seal, commissions, &c., under, 300, 313, 316; keeper of (Lord Privy Seal). See Montrose, Duke of.
-, prize taken in, 449.
-, proclamations in, charges for circulating, 222.
-, public moneys in, Receiver of (Mr. Douglas, Sir G. Hamilton), 306, 521; account of, given to the Parliament in 1704, 306; weekly certificate of receipts, payments and remains and general abstracts of, 521.
-, quarantine in. See Scotland—ships.
-, Receiver of. See Scotland—public money.
-, recoinage in. See Edinburgh—mint.
-, Register Office for (for registering the trading ships), additional clerks and incidents for, 246.
-, rents. See Scotland—Crown lands.
-, repairs in, method of paying for, 19.
-, Revenue of, payments out of, before the Union, 19; Receivers General of, weekly certificates of receipts, payments and remains required from, 41.
-, Royal Burghs, Town Clerks of, proposal to employ them as collectors and officers of duties on clerks and apprentices, 252.
-, Royal grants in. See Scotland—signatures.
-, Royal family in, Heretable Master Household and Carver to. See anstruther, Sir W.
-, Salt in, 4, 19, 254; foreign, collection of Excise on, 411; imported before the Union, 144.
-, Salt Duty Debentures, surveyors of, 411.
-, Seals of. See Scotland—Charters; Great Seal.
-, Secretary of State (Scotch Secretary), his house in Whitehall, 335; offices of, keeper of (A. Kinier), 196; warrant to, 297.
-, ships in, condemned, 433; quarantine performed by, 242, 293; registration of, 246.
-, See also Dutch ships; Scotch ships.
-, signatures (Royal grants), memorial re, 576; method of passing, 383.
-, Solicitor General, memorial of, re charges of continual prosecution, 196; petition referred to, 305. See also Carmichael, W.
-, teinds in, leases of, 313; tacks of, compositions of (fines for), payments out of, 313, 389; rates of, privy seal for settling, 308; valuation of. See Scotland—Commissioners for the Plantation of Kirks.
-, threatened invasion of, troops sent to the North of England at the time of, 163, 180, 318.
-, tobacco in, damages to, adjusted according to rules in the Book of Rates, 412; exported to Ireland, account of, required, 223.
-, trade of, preservation of equality under the Union, 167.
-, Treasurer Deput. See Glasgow, Earl of.
-, Treasury, books of, 330; keys of the Pix kept in, 351, 450; Lords of, compositions for tacks and teinds made by, 313; necessaries for (coal, candle, paper, &c.), disbursements for, 486.
-, trumpeters (F. Marine, G. Yeates), 229.
-, Union, Act and Treaty of (6 Anne, c. 11):
-, articles of, and the Indenture for the Mint at Edinburgh, 383; 5th Article, registration of Scotch ships pursuant to, 246; 15th Article, provisions of, 167, 168.
-, debts of England contracted before, Customs and Excise duties applicable towards payment of, 167.
-, employment and offices lost or abolished by, 196, 257, 297, 336, 346, 414, 552.
-, pensions (charitable pensions) granted before, 196, 312; unpaid since, 204, 297.
-, Queen's power by, to reduce the number of ports. See Scotland --ports.
-, recoinage at. See Edinburgh, Mint.
-, Royal Arms altered by, 385.
-, Seal appointed under. See Scotland—Great Seal.
-, universities in. See Edinburgh; Glasgow; St. Andrews.
-, Vice Admiral of (Earl of Wemys), 257.
-, weights and measures sent to, 289.
-, widows in, allowances to, 312.
-, Window Duties. See Scotland—House Duties.
-, Wines in and from:
-, composition offered by merchants for, 134.
-, damages to, adjusted according to rules in the Book of Rates, 412.
-, seized, 425, 517, 605; complaint of low appraisement of, 242; trial re, 175.
-, unwarrantable importation of, complaint re, 242.
-, Works in, Surveyor of (J. Smith), 257.
Scott (Scot), _, 595.
-, -, Alexander, going chaplain to Virginia, royal bounty for his passage, 68, 478, 595.
-, -, Ann, Duchess of Buccleuch, widow of James, Duke of Monmouth, issue for, by tallies on tin, 26.
-, -, Elias, waiter and searcher at Norham, increased salary for, 441.
-, -, George, a Farmer of Crown rents in Scotland, sureties of, 144.
-, -, James, captain en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Patrick, clerk to the Master of the Mint, Edinburgh, trial of the Pix at Westminster attended by, expense for, 450.
-, -, Stephen, surveyor of the Navigation Act, 494; petitioner, 605.
-, -, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. York, N.R., appointment and salary, 445.
-, -, See also Sest.
Scrivener, John, Surveyor (Surveyor General) of Duties on Houses, co. Devon, appointment and salary, 342, 354.
Scrope (Scroop), John, Baron of the Exchequer, Scotland:
-, allowance or salary, 221, 227, 458; additional, for leaving his practice at the bar in England, 117, 186, 349, 458.
-, attending the Treasury, 19, 21, 49.
-, his frequent journeys from Edinburgh to London, expense of, 186.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 44, 433, 448, 467, 517, 529, 550, 552, 583, 586, 591, 593, 599, 601, 604, 605(2).
-, payment to, 95.
-, reports by, 449, 544, 592.
-, royal bounty for, 186.
-, -, Michael, of Hamburgh, provisions sold by, 283.
Scudamore, Sir Bernabas, Collector at Liverpool, petition for a patent place, 576.
Seafield, Earl of. See Ogilvie, James.
Seaford, co. Sussex, inhabitants of, and the Faulcon, pink, petition re, 570, 575.
Seals. See Coequet Seal; Exchequer Court; Great Seal; Lancaster, Duchy of; Privy Seal; Scotland (Charters, Great Seal).
Seamen, poor. ambassadorial aid for, 536.
-, -, See Merchant seamen, Navy (seamen).
Searchers. See Customs.
Seaton of Prestonpans, Alexander, Surveyor of Window Duties for East Lothian, Mears and parts of Mid Lothian on the east side of North Esk, appointment and salary, 507.
Secret Service, issues for, 10, 13, 14, 24, 26(2), 29, 30, 68, 91(2), 111, 206, 212, 231, 257, 319, 341, 343, 359, 364, 368, 371, 372, 403, 416, 422, 442(2), 459, 468, 481, 485, 502, 522, 523, 547, 569, 589; loan by Monsieur Schuylenburg to William III for, 380.
Secretaries of State:
-, accounts of persons in custody laid before, every month, 56.
-, accounts and descriptions of all persons landing in any ports of Great Britain to be sent to, 171.
-, accounts of suspects coming over with the Rotterdam convoy to be sent to, 352.
-, anonymous letter referred to, 582.
-, bills for messengers of the Chamber signed by, 56.
-, free postage for, 347.
-, office of, payment to, for fees, charges, &c., for the last session of the Irish Parliament, 262.
-, passes from, suspects going beyond the sea without, 517.
-, salary of, 84.
-, witness (Queen's evidence) detained in custody for three years by order of, 461.
-, See also Boyle, Henry; Dartmouth, Lord; Harley, Robert; Queensberry, Duke of; St. John, Henry; Sunderland, Earl of.
-, for Scotland. See Scotland.
-, Third, free postage for, 347; and see Queensberry, Duke of.
-, Under Secretaries, messengers' bills examined by, 56.
Secretary at War (R. Walpole). See under Army.
Sedley, Catherine, Countess of Dorchester, land and quit rents in Ireland granted to, 273, 458.
Sedwick, _, son of John, appointed riding officer at Itchenor, 404.
-, -, John, 404.
Self, William, General Surveyor of Duties on Houses, appointment and salary, 448.
Selkirk, county of, Commissioners of Land Tax in, memorial from, 224.
Selkirk or the Forest of Tweeddale, Surveyor of Window Duties. See Liddesdale, David.
Sell, James, ensign en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Semple, Mr., 218; relict of. See Moffat, Agnes.
Sensarf, Ja, and Son, bills payable to, issue for, 246.
Sergison, Mr., attending the Treasury, 95.
Serjeants at Arms (T. Charnock, T. D'Critz, D. Gardner, S. Goatley, C. Goodere, M. Hutton, J. Lawson, S. Powel, P. Ryley, J. Templer, T. Trust, E. Williamson, T. Wyberg):
-, attending the House of Commons (T. Wyberg), 348, 606.
-, attending the Speaker, House of Lords (S. Goatley), 399, 543.
-, collar of S.S. for (C. Goodere), 490.
-, salary and board wages, 328, 369, 516.
Serjeant at Law. See Parker, Sir T.
Serjeant Plumber (C. Atherton, J. Roberts), 449.
Serjeant Porter, his lodgings in Whitehall, repairs at, 160.
Sest or Scot, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.
Settlement, Act of. See Ireland.
Seymour, Charles, Duke of Somerset, Keeper and Paler of the New Park, alias House Park, of Hampton Court and Mower of the Brakes, grant of offices and places, &c., 449, 450; Master of the Horse, issue to, 216.
-, -, Sir Edward, Navy Treasurer, accounts of, 12, 229.
-, -, Elizabeth, Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, Henry, Clerk of the Hanaper, accounts of, allowance in, 333.
-, -, Thomas, collector of North Potomac, appointed collector of South Potomac, 320.
-, -, William, Lieutenant General, General Officer and Commander in Chief of the Marines, 391, 576; memorial of, 24; re his pay, 328, 576; regiment of. See Marine Regiments; royal bounty for, 391.
Shadwell, John, Dr. in Physic, lost loan order in the name of, warrant to innovate, 524.
Shaen, Sir Arthur, a Farmer of the Revenue of Ireland, petition re seizure of ground held in lease from Sir J. Rogerson, 324.
Shakeford, _, lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Shakerley, Peter, letter with account of Northwich Hundred, co. Chester, from, 602.
Shales, Charles, goldsmith, Exchequer process against, stay of, 212, 265; petition re his debt for plate delivered into the Jewel Office, 576.
-, -, [John], father of Charles, Commissary General of Provisions in Ireland, 578; accounts of (1687–1689), read at the Treasury, 16, 17, Exchequer process on, 47, 212, 265.
Shanks, William, petition for Proclamation reward, 376.
Shanley, Michael, major, half pay on the Irish Establishment for, 294.
Shannon, Lord. See Boyle, Richard.
Shapman, Samuel, commander of the Neptune privateer, French prize seized by, 172, 215, 238; reward for his widow, 172, 215, 238.
Sharp (Sharpe), Mr., cases of prisoners at large examined and represented by, 56.
-, -, Dame Margaret, wife of Sir William, pension for, 204.
-, -, Samuel, petitioner, 595.
-, -, William, lieutenant en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, of Stoniehill, Sir William, pension for, 204.
Shaw, John, appointed a Manager and Director of the Lottery as by the Act for continuing part of the Duties on coals (1,500,000l. Lottery), 129.
-, -, Sir John, bart., Collector Inwards, London port, attending the Treasury, 26, 28; defendant in a writ of error in Parliament, 546; desired to exchange specie in his custody with the Navy Treasurer for Exchequer bills, 28.
-, -, William, tidewaiter at Montrose, dismissed, 292.
Shee, William, petition for pension on the Irish Establishment, 576.
Sheerness, co. Kent, dockyard, issues for, 98, 506; quarantine at, 314, 335; ships at, 415, 451.
Sheffield, co. York, 288.
Sheffield, John, Duke of Buckingham, Lord Steward of the Household, plate for, 474; royal present to, on the christening of his child, 490.
Shelbury, John, landwaiter at Bristol, petition for promotion, 576.
Shepherd (Sheppard, Shepard, Shepheard, Shephard), _, ensign en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, Mr., proposals by, for remittances to Lisbon, Amsterdam and Antwerp, 110; recommendation by, 573.
-, -, John, highwayman, apprehension of, 363.
-, -, Richard permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251
-, -, Samuel, merchant and ship owner of London, application for satisfaction for losses sustained at Alicante by an embargo, 164, 454, 537; in custodiam lease of a house and lands in Upper Ardwick to, 120; petition and permit for landing prize oil and reshipping prize fish, 174, 254.
-, -, Samuel, et al. (Shepherd and Co.), letter to, 459; petitioners, 602; proceedings against, for non-payment of bills of exchange, 95, 147, 288, 491; remittances by, 459.
Sheppey, Isle of, co. Kent, riding officers, 403, 404.
-, accounts of, debits, overpayments and surplusages on, 52, 84, 250, 363, 375, 415, 433, 467, 468, 471, 556.
-, debts of, salary payable out of, 497.
-, of the county of Nottingham, fee of 9l. per annum paid by, for keepers of Sherwood Forest, 132.
-, of Wales. See Wales.
-, payments by, for the apprehending highwaymen, burglars, &c., 433.
-, rent of Post Fines answered direct to the Crown by, (paid into the Exchequer), 432, 433, 454(3).
-, And see Essex.
Sherrard, Sir John, bart., lost annuity order in the name of, renewal of, 515.
-, Billagh Wood, warrant to fell timber in, 384.
-, Birkland Wood, new riding to be cut through and old riding enlarged, 132, 171; warrant to fell trees in, 384.
-, Budly Grounds, 131.
-, Butterworth Haggs, 131.
-, clerk of, allowance to, in lieu of fee trees, 384.
-, Clumber Wood, 131.
-, deer in, permit to take, 132.
-, fee trees in, allowances in lieu of, 384; verderers forbidden to cut, 384.
-, Hanging Hill, 171.
-, Hardwick Wood, 131.
-, keepers of, ancient fee paid to, by the Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, 132; wages, 573.
-, Lord Warden of, felling of timber approved by, 384.
-, officers of, salaries of, issue for, 31.
-, Osberton Grounds, 131.
-, park in, licence to Duke of Newcastle to make. See Holles, John, Duke of Newcastle; free chase and free warren in, 132; herbage and pannage in, 132; Ranger of, 132.
-, Thoresby Grounds, 131.
-, value of trees in, 384.
-, Verderers of, four, allowance to, in lieu of fee trees, 384.
-, Worksop Grounds, 131.
Shetland Islands, Customs officers in, New Establishment, 410.
Shields, co. Northumberland, tidesmen at, 354, 417; tidesurveyor at, 254.
Shipbuilder (J. Shish), 442.
Shippins, co. Yorks, tithes of grain of, lease of, 322.
Ships and Shipping:
-, bond for clearing, 458.
-, burnt, 31; by carelessness of Customs officers, 309.
-, captured by the Dutch, 49.
-, carrying recruits, musters to be attested by masters of, 525.
-, condemned and sold, 215, 291, 433.
-, contributions of, for lighthouses, 174.
-, convoys for, 159, 345; and see Convoys.
-, demurrage, 31, 32, 340, 363, 386, 573.
-, embargo on, at Alicante, 164, 537.
-, General Register of, 246.
-, lost, 23, 127, 529. Cp. Wrecks.
-, neutral, 116.
-, passes for, 211.
-, plundered, 529.
-, quarantine, performance of, 116, 117, 118, 121, 131, 142, 143, 150, 178, 191, 220, 233, 242, 250, 254, 297, 312, 314, 316, 335, 363, 373, 415, 420, 425, 430, 456, 467, 470, 516, 584.
-, bill for, 546.
-, breaking of, 385, 530, punishment for, 110, 444, 542; Attorney General's report on, 110.
-, danger arising from pilots or Customs officers going on board, 539, 546.
-, release from, Orders in Council for, 171, 430, 433, 444, 451, 472, 476, 486, 497, 505, 528, 544, 593; petitions for, 166, 203, 431, 443, 451, 454, 472, 475, 476, 483, 485(2), 489, 490, 492, 496, 498, 503, 543.
-, rules required for rendering it more secure, 539.
-, And see Scotland.
-, registration of, 246.
-, retaken from the French, 436.
-, salvage of, 236, 436.
-, seized, 278, 304, 328, 477, 522, 583.
-, trading to the Baltic, form of certificate for, 195; passes for, 211.
-, unlading of, Orders in Council for, 131, 143, 171, 193, 233, 250(2), 254, 312(2), 335, 448, 470; petitions for, 119(2), 127, 142, 242, 297, 314, 316, 363, 373, 420, 430(2), 543.
-, valuation of, 442.
-, wrecked. See Wrecks.
-, See also Customs (sloops); Danish ships; Dutch ships; Fishing boats; Hospital ships; Navy; Post Office (Packet Boats); Scotch ships; Spanish ships; Swedish ships; Transports.
Ships, names of:
-, Adriana, 564.
-, Adventure, 119, 242, 250, 328, 485, 497.
-, Alexander, 242.
-, Alexander alias the Stoor, 293.
-, Alliance, packet boat, 132.
-, Alured, 505.
-, Anna Katharina of Dram, neutral ship, 116, 133.
-, Anne, 297, 312, 476, 528.
-, Antelope, 566.
-, Arsenal, 430.
-, Ashfat (Ashfatt), 127, 157, 178, 191, 197, 496, 528.
-, August (H.M.S.), 122, 353.
-, Baltic Merchant, 505.
-, Bedford (H.M.S.), 504, 555.
-, Beginning, 117, 505.
-, Betty, 144.
-, Betty of Fowey, 127.
-, Biddolph (Biddulph), 119, 179.
-, Blenheim (H.M.S.), 517.
-, Bonaventure (H.M.S.), 346.
-, Britannia (Britania), 131, 430, 456.
-, Cambridge (H.M.S.), 466.
-, Canterbury (H.M.S.), 232.
-, Catherina, 433.
-, Catherine, 586.
-, Catherine, transport ship, 442.
-, Catherine of Rotterdam, 449.
-, Charity, 440, 472.
-, Charles, 171, 430.
-, Charles the XIIth, 486.
-, Childsplay, prize, 576.
-, Colchester (H.M.S.), 97, 99, 507.
-, Constantia, 316, 335,
-, Crown, 179, 505.
-, Crown Prince, 430, 440, 444.
-, Crown Prince of Konigsberg, 363, 385.
-, Dartmough (H.M.S.), 9.
-, David Emanuell (David and Emanuell), 454, 476.
-, Donegal (Donegall), 430, 448, 593.
-, Dover (H.M.S.), 333.
-, Dragon, 317.
-, Duke D'Orleans, prize, 575.
-, Dyers Horse, 496.
-, Einigkeit or Unity, 143.
-, Elinora, 454, 470.
-, Elizabeth (H.M.S.), 9.
-, Elizabeth, 242, 297, 312, 476, 486, 505, 528.
-, Elizabeth of Aberdeen, 293.
-, Emannuell, 489.
-, Endeavour, 119, 498, 528.
-, Europe, 521.
-, Expectation, 476, 486.
-, Falkland (H.M.S.), 569, 575.
-, Farfury, 528.
-, Faulcon, pink, 570, 575.
-, Fidelle Fanory, prize, 439, 482.
-, Fire Drake (H.M.S.), bombship, 395.
-, Fisher, 119, 179.
-, Flying Eagle, 505.
-, Flying Hierpe, 430.
-, Fortune, 119, 483, 490, 497, 505.
-, Four Brothers of Granville, 174.
-, Friends Adventure, 179, 485, 497, 529.
-, Friendship, 119, 179, 476, 505.
-, Gally (H.M.S.), 121.
-, George, 505.
-, George of Elie, 178.
-, George and Elizabeth, 503, 528, 530.
-, Gilly Flower, 314, 335.
-, Golden Apple, 486.
-, Golden Ashfat, 496.
-, Golden Lyon of Leith, 309.
-, Golden Lyoness, 496.
-, Goodwill, 483.
-, Granadier, galley of London, 483.
-, Grave Carl Frederick, 505.
-, Great Pearl of Middleburg, 319.
-, Greenhill, Customs yacht at Cowes, 160.
-, Hagestrong, 593.
-, Hampton Court (H.M.S.), 9.
-, Hannah Catherina, 486.
-, Happy Return, 165.
-, Happy Return of Greenock, 297.
-, Hazardous (H.M.S.), 529.
-, Hedwick Sophia (Hedvig Sophia), 171, 373, 425, 430, 444, 570.
-, Helena, prize, 121.
-, Hendrick, 440.
-, Henrietta, 505.
-, Henrietta, pink, 420.
-, Henrietta, pink of Whitby, 430.
-, Henry, 430, 444.
-, Henry of London, 363, 385.
-, Hope, 496, 528.
-, Hope, French prize, 172, 215, 238.
-, Hopewell, 528.
-, Hunter (H.M.S.), 509.
-, Ironweigh, 116.
-, Isaac, 526, 544.
-, James brigantine, 174, 461.
-, James of Dumfries, 118.
-, Jean D'Grace, prize, 570.
-, Jersey (H.M.S.), 13, 127, 242.
-, John, 179.
-, John of Leith, 175.
-, Joseph, 566, 570.
-, July Flower, 505.
-, Katherine, 143, 528.
-, Katherine, transport ship, 23.
-, Katherine of Amsterdam, 49.
-, King and David, 149.
-, King David, 116.
-, King William, packet boat, 449.
-, Kingston, 505.
-, Lagestrom, 430.
-, Legarstrom, 451.
-, Lesedor (Leridor), French prize, 346, 353.
-, Lilly, 528.
-, London, 591.
-, Loo (H.M.S.), 476.
-, Love's Encrease, 505.
-, Lynn, 571, 575.
-, Lyons, 528.
-, Margueritta (Marguerita, Marquiretta), 430, 451, 593.
-, Mary, 496, 528.
-, Mary, transport, 331.
-, Merchants' Goodwill, 497.
-, Montague (Mountague), (H.M.S.), 439, 482.
-, Nathaniel and John, 119.
-, Neptune, privateer, 172, 215, 238.
-, Neptune, privateer of Middleburg, 319.
-, Newcastle (H.M.S.), 582, 592.
-, Newcastle, galley, 142, 171.
-, Nonsuch (H.M.S.), 569, 575.
-, Norfolk (H.M.S.), 555.
-, North Starr, 171.
-, Olive Branch, 490, 505.
-, Palme, prize, 575.
-, Patience, 483, 497, 498, 528.
-, Peace of Granville, prize, 115, 122.
-, Pearl, packet boat, 449.
-, Peregrine, yacht, 239, 328, 418.
-, Pilgrim, galley, 174, 254.
-, Prince George, 200, 505.
-, Prince George, of Copenhagen, 304.
-, Prosperity, 498, 528.
-, Providence, 476(2), 485, 486, 497.
-, Queen Anne, 290.
-, Ranelagh, (H.M.S.), 9.
-, Red Apple, 496, 528.
-, Riga Merchant, 143.
-, Romney, 486.
-, Rose, 430, 456.
-, Rose in June, 476.
-, Royal Anne, (H.M.S.), 91, 481.
-, Royal Oke (H.M.S.), 27.
-, Royal Sovereign (H.M.S.), 91, 481.
-, Ruby (H.M.S.), 164, 265.
-, Russell (H.M.S.), 555.
-, Ruth, 436.
-, St. Anna, 476.
-, St. Bartholomew, 486.
-, St. James, 242.
-, St. John, 116.
-, St. Jonnes of Konigsberg, 293.
-, St. Joseph, 512, 522, 537.
-, St. Mary, 164.
-, St. Peter of Gottenburg, 314, 335.
-, Salvator, 430.
-, Salvator and Prince, 486.
-, Sea Horse, 191.
-, Seararcht, 486.
-, Speedwell, (H.M.S.), 436.
-, Speedwell, 498, 505, 528.
-, Squirrel (H.M.S.), 116, 117.
-, Stoor. See Alexander.
-, Success (H.M.S.), 236, 319.
-, Sunderland, packet boat, 226.
-, Susanna Maria, 291.
-, Sussex, 166, 193.
-, Tartar, pink, 576.
-, Thetis, French man of war, prize, 31, 370.
-, Thistle, 131.
-, Thomas and Edward, 476.
-, Three Martins, 472, 476.
-, Torbay (H.M.S.), 555.
-, Town of Rotterdam, 212.
-, True Love, 119, 179.
-, Tryton, 577.
-, Two Johns, packet boat, 226.
-, Tyger, 143, 486(2).
-, Tyger of Ramsgate, 312.
-, Unity. See Einigkeit.
-, Venture, 328.
-, Vine, 203, 233, 476, 505.
-, White Elephant, Dutch dogger, 223, 503.
-, Whitecalf of Rotterdam, 523.
-, William and Anne, 476.
-, William and John, 451, 472.
-, William and Martha, 117, 312, 486.
-, William and Mary, 191, 220, 254.
-, Worcester (H.M.S.), 236, 319.
-, Worcester, 48, 254, 268, 570, 577, 596(2).
-, Yarmouth, frigate, 174, 577.
-, Young Tobias, 496, 528.
Shipwrights. See Navy.
Shirley, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Essex, appointment and salary, 445.
Shish, Jonas, shipbuilder, transport valued by, 442.
Shoreditch (Shorditch), Richard, an Agent for Taxes, attending the Treasury, 18, 23; payment to, 317; salary, 127, 237, 398.
Shoreham, co. Sussex, comptroller and searcher at, agent for, 514.
Short, John, Inspector General of Customs in Scotland, his petition for reward for wine seizures, 425, 477, 517, 583, 594, 597, 599, 605.
Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, his regiment of marines. See Marine Regiments.
Shrewsbury, Duke of. See Talbot, Charles.
Shrimpton, [John], major general:
-, Governor of Gibraltar, memorial, 523, 575; orders of, 115, 221; widow and administratrix of, petition of, 523, 602.
-, Assizes, trial at, 217, 310.
-, Crown Land Revenues, Auditor of (T. Jett), 160, 170; Receiver General of (J. Digby, R. Hewitt), 160, 161, 170.
-, House Duties, Receiver General of. See Hosier, G.; Surveyors of. See Davies, T.; Hall, G.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of. See Hosier, G.
Shute, John, leave of absence for, 482.
Sibbet, Edward, petition for appointment as officer of the Salt duty, 575.
Sick and Wounded Seamen:
-, at great and small ports, issue for, 331.
-, at Port Mahon, care of, 450.
-, bills of exchange for, issues for, 22, 153, 247, 331.
-, Commissioners for, 26, 167; and see Addison, T.; Elder, D.
-, accounts of, petition re, 552.
-, attending the Treasury, 4, 43, 88; upon summons only, 34.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 223, 257, 331, 450, 576, 594, 603.
-, memorial of, 4, 22, 303.
-, report by, 594.
-, in St. Bartholomew's and St. Thomas's Hospitals, issue for tobacco, &c., for, 331.
-, Office, salaries and incident charges of, 153, 247.
-, quarters, issue for, 22.
-, sums ordered for, by the Lord High Admiral and Admiralty Commissioners, 153; by Sir G. Byng, 247.
-, tradesmen's bills, issue for, 22, 331.
-, Treasurer for (Thomas Savery):
-, accounts of, 46, 51, 444.
-, attending the Treasury, 26, 46.
-, discount of tallies and, 26, 576.
-, issues to, 4, 26, 153, 208, 247, 303, 331.
-, letter to, 444.
-, undertaker at Gosport, sum imprest to, 331.
Sick and Wounded Soldiers (landsmen), put on shore at Falmouth, care of and quarters for, 208, 209, 566; undertaker at Gosport for, 331.
Sickes (? Siekes), Katherine, widow, petition for pension, 575.
Sidney (Sydney), Henry, Earl of Romney, Queen's House and Greenwich Park in East Greenwich demised to, 520.
-, -, Thomas, Comptroller of Excise and New Impost, appointment, 356; deputy to (S. Hughes), 390; petition for an additional clerk for Candle duties, 390; report by, 602.
Siekes. See Sickes.
-, Clerk of, royal sign manual to, 225; warrants to, 130, 183, 185, 240, 243, 263, 278, 281, 283, 292, 310, 313(2), 316, 371, 377, 381, 390, 423, 443, 449, 464, 485, 498, 519, 521, 522, 542.
-, Office, payment to officers in, for charges of the last session of the Irish Parliament, 262.
Silk weavers. See London.
-, duties on. See Customs—duties.
-, Italian thrown, petition for liberty to import, from Holland, 165, 170; want of, in London, 165.
-, prohibited, warehouses for, 217.
Silver. See Sylver.
Silver, taken from pirates, 389; wrecked, grant of, 390.
Silver plate, delivered to the Queen by the administrators of George, Prince of Denmark, 520.
Silver trumpets, for the Duke of Northumberland's regiment, 385; for the Earl of Arran's troop of Guards, 474; for her Majesty's troop of Guard, 395.
Simms, William, lieutenant en second in Steward's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Simple, _, ensign en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Sinclair, Mrs., pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.
Sisterson, Robert, surgeon of Tynemouth, allowance for attendance and medicines, 575.
Skinner, John, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 498, 528, 544.
Skins. See Deer Skins.
Skye, Island of, General Riding Surveyor for (J. Ogilvie), 126; Surveyor of Window Duties for. See McKenzie of Reidcastle, M.; Western Isles south of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Renton of Inverary, W.
Slane, Lord. See Fleming, Christopher.
Sliford, Thomas, petitioner, 575.
Slingar, Roger, at Bilbao, escaped prisoners of war subsisted by, 598, 602.
Slingelandt, Mons. van, Secretary to the Council of the States General, accounts certified by, 279, 380, 381.
Sloane, Thomas, riding officer at Brighton, removed to Dymchurch, salary, 404.
Sloper, Mr., 18; attending the Treasury, 17, 32, 41(2), 82; payment to, upon his memorial, 19, for postage of muster rolls from New York, 183.
Sloops. See Customs.
Sloughton, Anthony, captain en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Smart, Anne, royal bounty for, 273.
Smethurst, Robert, established watchman, London port, deceased, 472.
Smith (Smyth), _, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, 156.
-, -, _, petitioner, 580.
-, -, Mr., attending the Treasury, 57.
-, -, Doctor, petition for an arrear due to his brother, 575.
-, -, Alexander, tidewaiter at Dumfries, deceased, 216.
-, -, Augustus, appointed tidesman and boatman at Stockton, 269.
-, -, Cornelius, appointed tidesurveyor at Deal, 270.
-, -, Edmond, Collector of Liverpool port, deceased, 91, 472.
-, -, Hercules, Customs officer, Scotland, seizures by, 583.
-, -, James, application for reversing the outlawry against him for the murder of G. Clough, 575.
-, -, James, Surveyor of the Works in Scotland, petition to be included in the Civil List of Scotland, 257, 595.
-, -, John, captain of H.M.S. Norfolk, royal bounty for bringing home gold from Portugal, 555.
-, -, John, merchant, petition of executors of, 278.
-, -, John, petitioner, 595, 602.
-, -, John, petition of, re abuses by Mr. Bruce, Muster Master General in Scotland, 144.
-, -, John, appointed deputy to T. Strickland, Commissioner of the Transfer Office for the 1710 Lottery, 390.
-, -, John, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Scotland, attending the Treasury, 19, 49; letter to and matters referred to, 134, 556, 604.
-, -, John, one of the four tellers of the Exchequer, appointment, 461, 479; first clerk to (L. Herne), 99, 512; securities of, 472, 479.
-, -, John, a Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Court of Exchequer, payments to, 318, 362, 399; petition of, 366.
-, -, John, Chancellor of the Exchequer:
-, administrator of the estate of George, Prince of Denmark, 239, 519, 520.
-, allowance in lieu of perquisites and profits, 221, 346.
-, attending the Treasury, 1–33 passim.
-, report by, 309.
-, salary, 498, 515.
-, -, Sir John, tenant of marches in Burnham Norton, 321.
-, -, Jonathan, appointed watchman in London port, 160.
-, -, Mark, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment for, 204.
-, -, Nathaniel, comptroller of Poole port, appointed Collector of Liverpool port, 91, 472; petitioner, 602.
-, -, Obediah, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northampton. appointment and salary, 446.
-, -, Reymond de, petition of, re debentures for the Transport service, 248.
-, -, Susan, widow, tenant of fresh marshes of Brancaster, 321.
-, -, Thomas, Housekeeper of the House of Commons, payment to, 347.
-, -, William, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, issue to, for wages and board wages, 216, 506.
-, Smithin, Samuel, Queen's goldsmith, payment to, for plate delivered into the Jewel House, 399, 511.
-, at Howdenpans, 254.
-, by men of war in Portsmouth harbour and St. Helen's Road, 320, 321.
-, from the Isle of Wight, 448.
-, of Bordeaux claret, discovery of, 479.
-, of East India goods, at Falmouth and Truro, 304, 305.
-, of tin from Blowing Houses in Cornwall and Devon, appointment of a General Officer to prevent, 29, 30.
-, of tobacco, in Ireland, bill to prevent, 364; in the Isle of Man. See Man.
-, on the coast of Norfolk, information of, 270.
-, See also Owling.
Smyrna, ships from, 191.
Smyth. See Smith.
Snell, Robert, executor to Sir J. Snow, petition of, 360.
Snow, Sir Jeremiah, deceased, banker, loans by, to Charles II, 360; executor to. See Snell, R.
-, -, Richard, manor of Hallowford demised to, 221.
Snowdon Hill in Windsor Great Park, q.v.
Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts:
-, house and chapel near New York for their missionaries to the Six Nations of Indians, representation for, report on, 276, 277; royal bounty for, 52, 272, 341, 456.
-, nominee of. See Perry, M.
Softley, co. Durham, coal mines in, rent out of, 407, 515.
Solmius, Gerhard (Gerard), Deputy to Mr. Vander Esch, petition for allowance of several payments in his accounts, 463, 595.
Sokes. See Kirton; Somersham.
-, disabled and wounded, pensions for. See Pensions.
-, poor, ambassadorial aid for, 536.
-, sick and wounded, See Sick and Wounded.
Solebay, landwaiter at, 592.
-, for her Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer Court. See Harrison, C.
-, to the Customs. See Customs.
-, to the Excise. See Excise.
Solicitor General, payment to, for charges for the last session of the Irish Parliament, 262; clerk to, payment to, 262.
-, And see Eyre, Sir R.; Law Officers; Montague, Sir. J; Raymund, Sir R.
-, -, of Ireland. See Ireland.
-, -, of Scotland. See Scotland.
Sollers, Thomas, convicted for highway robbery, 469.
Sols, money of Piedmont, exchange rate, 8, 29, 45, 49, 104; and see Crowns.
Somers, John, Lord Somers, President of the Privy Council, 392; salary in lieu of diet and royal bounty for, 327, 480.
-, House duties, Receiver General of. See Hutchins, B.; Surveyors of. See Baker, R.; Jeffery, N.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of. See Dixon, G.; Hutchins, B.; Mallet, B.
-, Sheriff of (Sir T. Wroth), 471.
-, Vice Admiral of. See Windham, Sir W.
Somerset, Duchess of. See Seymour, Elizabeth.
-, -, Duke of. See Seymour, Charles.
Somerset, Henry, Duke of Beaufort, Warden of the New Forest, 547, allowance to, for repair of the Queen's house and stables at Lindhurst, 443, 547; grant of office of Bailiff of Burley to, 443; letter to, re salaries of keepers of the New Forest, 552.
Somerset Herald (S. Stebbing), 364.
Somerset House. See London and Westminster.
Somersham, co. Huntingdon, improvements in, rent out of, 457; Soke of, rent out of, 515.
Sone, Thomas, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.
Sophia Amalia, hereditary Prince of Wolfenbuttle, 519; husband and executor of. See Augustus, Prince of Brunswick and Luneburg.
Sophia Hedwig, hereditary Princess of Denmark, 519.
Sormannus (Sormany), Count Franciscus, Envoy from the King of Spain, present from the Queen to, 414.
Sorrell, Francis, Secretary to the Managers and Directors of the 1710 Lottery (1,500,000l. Lottery), payments to, 165, 268, 295, 341, 372, 462, 512, 513.
Soultier, Thomas, petition of, 363.
Sound, The, form of a certificate for ships going through, 195.
Soundings, the, packet boat captured in, 449.
South, John, an Excise Commissioner and one of Chief Commissioners and Governors of the Revenue in Ireland, commission and salary, 467.
South Carolina, deer skins from, 529; schoolmaster for, 478, 597.
South Potomac. See Potomac.
Southampton, county of. See Hampshire.
Southampton port, co. Hants., boatmen, 353; collector of, 320; Customs sloop, 160; surveyor of, 523; tidesmen, 574.
Southbroom, co. Wilts., 182.
Southwark, co. Surrey, House Duties, Surveyors of. See Catcott, A.; Waller, W.; Land Tax (Assessments), Receivers General of. See Child, L.; Nuthall, J.; Weston, J.
Southwell, co. Nottingham, schoolmaster of, perpetuity of, 37, 401, 430.
Southwell, Mr., recommendation by, 578.
-, -, M., Secretary to the Duke of Ormonde, attending the Treasury, 106.
-, -, Edward, a Clerk of the Privy Council, salary and allowance for attending business of the Commissioners of Trade, 361, 362.
-, -, Sir Thomas, an Excise Commissioner and one of the Chief Commissioners and Governors of the Revenues of Ireland, commission and salary, 467.
Southwold, co. Suffolk, waiter and searcher at, 354.
Sowry, Richard, petitioner, 575.
-, affairs in, "of the greatest consequence," 520; state of, letters from General Stanhope on, 424, 580.
-, army in. See Army—Spain.
-, bills of Exchange from, 50, 83.
-, engineer in, 565.
-, horses bought in, 9, 210.
-, King of. See Charles III; Envoy (minister) from. See Ambassadors.
-, Portugal and, communication between, 51, 52.
-, prisoners of war in. See Prisoners of War.
-, Queen of, wedding of, ambassadorial expense at, 393.
-, salt from. See Salt.
-, war in, provision for, 559.
Spalding, [co. Lincoln], lands in, lease of, 203.
Span, John, chaplain going to Virginia, royal bounty for his passage, 488.
Spanheim, Baron, memorial for the release of ships from quarantine, 440, 472.
"Spaniard, The", petition for a pension. 583.
-, pistoles, exchange rate, 10, 210; purchase of, 9, 209; commission on, 10, 210.
-, regiments. See Army—Spain and Portugal.
-, salt. See Salt.
-, ships, trading by, Customs commissioners' report re, 537.
Sparke, Tryamore, appointed riding officer and waiter and searcher at Eastbourne, 354.
Sparks, Robert, captain en second in Steward's regiment, half pay for, 155.
Sparre, Eric Pederson, Baron von Kronoberg (Baron de Cornberg, Baron de Conberg), memorial for discharging ships from quarantine, 440, 472.
Spearing, Richard, appointed to state and settle the accounts of J. Weaver, collector at Portsmouth, 438.
-, bills. See Exchequer Bills.
-, issue in, 48; for Navy wages, 162, 165, 172, 187.
-, loans (Exchequer Bills) repay, able in, 87, 88, 92, 99, 103, 105.
Speke, Hugh, 554.
-, -, Mary, wife of Hugh, royal bounty for, 392, 554.
Spencer, Ann, Countess of Sunderland, a Lady of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 397, 488.
-, -, Charles, Earl of Sunderland, Secretary of State:
-, accounts of passengers from abroad required by, 171.
-, ambassadors' bills allowed by, 532, 534, 536.
-, letters from and to, mentioned, 233, 315, 533, 571(2), 573.
-, messengers' allowance for prisoners ordered by, 56; messengers' travelling charges signed by, 266.
-, news of the victory at Wynendale sent to, 199.
-, recommendation by, 572.
-, salary payments to, 328, 352, 367, 492.
-, secret service money paid to, 26, 341, 368.
-, warrant by, 56.
Spey (Spye), water of, Scotland, Surveyor of Window Duties for, See Martin of Burntbray, R.
Spicer, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 230.
Spices. See Customs—duties (Pepper).
Spirits. See Portuguese spirits.
Spithead, quarantine at, 191.
Spooner, John, factor of London, bill of exchange on, 323.
Spotswood (Spottswood), Alexander, colonel, Lieutenant Governor (Lieutenant and Governor General, Commander in Chief) of Virginia:
-, equipage and travelling expense, allowance for, 22, 207, 208, 215.
-, house rent, allowance for, 200, 207, 208, out of revenue of 2s. per hogshead, 239.
-, warrants to, 239, 240.
-, -, William, appointed weigher in Newcastle port, 492.
Spragg, Edward, captain, sale of his commission, 602(2).
Spreall, John, merchant of Glasgow, petition for abatement of Excise duty, 314.
Spruce [Prussia] yarn, from Danzig, Order in Council re importation of, 179.
Spye. See Spey.
Stables at Windsor, burnt, 406. See also Royal Stables.
Stafford, Mr., attending the Treasury, 88.
-, Crown Land Revenues, Auditor of, matter referred to, 160; and see Jett, T.; Receiver General of. See Digby, J.; Hewitt, R.
-, House Duties, Receiver General of. See Baylie, S.; Surveyors of. See Corbett, E.; Yapp, J.
-, Land Tax (Assessments, Taxes), Receiver General of. See Baylie, S.; Burslem, W.
Stair (Staires) Earl of. See Dalrymple, John.
Staismore, _, an official at the Customs House, and Mattison's suicide, 75.
Stallage and piccage, lease of, in Romford, 329.
Stamford, Earl of. See Grey, Thomas.
Stammer, _, captain en second in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Stamp duties (stamped paper, parchment and vellum, as by 5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 21, 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20, continued by 1 Anne, c. 7.):
-, arrears of, account of, required, 86, 470.
-, commissioners of (R. Dyot, E. Lloyd, R. Martin, J. Molesworth, R. Pooley, R. Steel):
-, attending the Treasury, 12, 13, 14, 24, 88, 89, 90; upon summons only, 34.
-, and the distributor of stamped paper at Norwich, 24.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 86, 89, 217, 222, 288, 298, 327, 332, 333, 470, 474, 479, 492, 553, 604.
-, new commission, 307.
-, repayment of land tax assessments on their officers, 273.
-, reports by, 90, 405, 567, 575.
-, salary, 307.
-, scheme by, for managing the duties of apprentices. See Apprentices.
-, warrants to, 252, 273, 405(2).
-, comptroller and accomptant of, keys of strong box for dies kept by, 88. And see Ashurst, W.
-, counterfeit stamped paper and parchment, 89, 90, 472; prosecution of distributor of, 482; and see Dyot, Mr.
-, dies for stamps, keeper of. See Harris, _; old, defaced, 88; only one 40s. and one 5s. die used, 88; renewal of 6d. and 1d. dies, 88.
-, distributors of stamped paper, &c., 24, 405, 575; appointment, 217, 327; dismissed and restored, 90, 479; securities of, stay of process against, 222, 405.
-, receipts of, applied to deficient funds, 124, 236, 273, 315, 345, 386, 426, 458, 484, 506, 544.
-, Receiver (Receiver General) of stamps, keys of strong-box for dies kept by, 88; and see Frankland, W.
-, Stamp Office, Lincoln's Inn, 333, 407.
-, officers of, assessments on salaries of, refunded, 273.
-, paper and parchment supplied to, 25 per cent. discount allowed by stationers on, 407.
-, prints [printed forms] supplied to, 50 per cent. discount allowed by stationers on, 407.
-, salaries and incidents, 115, 227, 355, 472, 488, 557.
-, Stamper, petition for place of, 567.
-, stamping judgment Rolls in the Queen's Bench, representation of the impossibility of, 492.
-, table of rates for stamped paper and vellum, approved 407.
-, warehouse keeper of unstamped paper, parchment, &c., 333, 405.
-, See also Apprentices.
Standgate Creek, performance of quarantine in, 250, 335, 385, 516.
Stanford, John, General Surveyor of Duties on Houses, commission, 448.
Stanhope, Alexander, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General, executors of, payment of extraordinaries to, 201.
-, -, James (Mr. Stanhope), Lieutenant General, 107, 394, 521.
-, account of the victory at Almenara from, 424.
-, attending the Treasury, 6.
-, bills of exchange drawn by, issues for, 37, 136, 150, 246, 247, 418; for 100,000l. taken up at Berne, payment of, 25, 33, 40, 422, 437, 477, 479.
-, certificates from, 457, 572.
-, commander in Chief in Spain, 424, 477.
-, Envoy and Plenipotentiary to the King of Spain, payment of his ordinaries and extraordinaries as, 197.
-, letters for, from Earl of Sunderland, expense of sending express with, 533.
-, letters from, mentioned, 232; on the state of affairs in Spain, reward for bearer of, 424, 580.
-, loans by, on the sale of her Majesty's tin, 197.
-, matters referred to, 4, 7, 22.
-, payments to, for prisoners of war, 113.
-, regiment reduced by order of, 287.
-, remittances to, 52; contract made in Genoa for 20,000l. monthly, 478.
Stanley, Sir John, attending the Treasury, 77.
Stannaries, Lord Warden of. See Boscowen, H.; Granville, J., Lord Granville.
Stanwell, co. Middlesex, water supply to Hampton Court from, 360.
Stanwix, _, colonel, payment to, for contingencies, 183.
Stanyan, Abraham, Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) to the Swiss Cantons at Berne:
-, bills drawn on, difficulties re 362; issue for, 291.
-, extraordinaries of, payment of, 349, 351.
-, letters to, 248, 349.
-, loan negotiated by, 349, 350; payment of ½ per cent. commission on, 349, 350.
-, ordinary of, payment of, 530.
-, -, Lawrence, a Farmer of the Revenue of Ireland, petition re seizure of ground held in lease from Sir J. Rogerson, 324.
-, -, Lawrence, Paymaster to the Train of Artillery under command of Colonel Richards, petition for allowance in his account, 362.
Stanyhurst, Henrietta Maria, pension of, 84; petition of, 84, 595.
Starcross (Dartmouth port), co. Devon, waiter and searcher at, 234.
Starling. See Sterling.
State Paper Office, keeper of, See Tucker, John.
Stationers, discount allowed by, on paper, parchment and prints supplied to the Stamp Office, 407; retail, Stamp Office obliged not to undersell, 407.
-, account of the charge of, used in the Custom House yearly for ten years, required, 433.
-, for the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office, 84.
-, supplied by S. Edwyn, Usher of the Exchequer Receipt. See Edwyn, S.
Staves, importation of, 117.
Steavens. See Stephens.
Stebbing, Samuel, Somerset Herald, 364.
Steel, Richard, a Commissioner of Stamps, commission, 307.
-, -, William, lieutenant en second in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Stephens (Stephen, Steavens, Stevens), Anthony, Cashier to the Earl of Orford as Treasurer of the Navy, 332.
-, -, Besso or Bessie, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.
-, -, Henry, appointed tidesman, London port, 194.
-, -, Henry, Deputy Queen's Remembrancer, his allowances relating to the duplicates for Land and Window Taxes, 400, 576.
-, -, James, Usher of the Exchequer in Scotland, petition for payment of his disbursements, 144, 486.
-, -, Mary, widow of Anthony, petition for an allowance for clerks employed to make up her husband's accounts, 332.
-, -, Robert, Messenger to the Printing Press, salary and expense for, 515.
-, -, Robert, petitioner, 594.
-, -, William, Sheriff of Surrey, accounts of, payment of surplusage on, 471.
-, -, William, surety, petition of, 228.
Stephenson, Alexander, attending the Treasury, to give an account of money received for six Catalan Regiments raised after the battle of Almanza, 92, 108.
-, -, John, shipowner, petition for leave to discharge cargo, 131.
-, -, See also Stevenson.
Stepney, Thomas, captain of H.M.S. Bedford, gold brought home from Portugal by, bounty for, 555; censured for stopping delivery of, 504.
Sterling (Starling), John, captain, payment to, for coming express from Spain with letters from General Stanhope, 37, 41, 424, 580.
Stern (Sterne), Francis, payment to 509.
-, -, Richard, petitioner, 576.
Steuart. See Stewart.
Stevens. See Stephens.
Stevenson, Mr., Paymaster to Pearce's regiment of dragoons, 308.
-, -, See also Stephenson.
Stewart (Steuart, Stuart, Steward), Charles, captain of H.M.S. Dartmouth, 9.
-, -, Charles, Earl of Moray, refuses to grant permission to use the island of Inchcolm for airing infected goods, 178.
-, -, Edward, distributor of stamped Paper in Berkshire, petitioner, 575.
-, -, Sir James, Advocate General of Scotland, pension for, 205; petition of, re arrears of the Usher's fee, 144.
-, -, Sir Nicholas, Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, deceased, 260.
-, -, Simeon and Sir Simeon, bart., Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer, payment to, for sorting and ordering Exchequer records, 175, 347, 416; for attendance in vacation time, 224.
-, -, Walter, merchant, contractor for supplying sail cloth to the Navy, petition of, 537.
-, -, William, Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court of Scotland, 274, 363, 545.
-, -, William, appointed tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, 292.
-, -, William, lieutenant general, regiment of, officers en second of, superseded, half pay establishment, 155; transportation of, to Dublin, 326.
-, -, Sir William, Viscount Mountjoy, regiment of:
-, fresh raised after the battle of Almanza, 155.
-, in Portugal, 343.
-, march from Winchester to Isle of Wight, payment for disbursements in, 207.
-, muster rolls, 571.
-, officers of, 343, 571: demand by, for greater allowance of levy money, 385; en second, superseded, half pay establishment for, 155; taken prisoner and exchanged, 155.
-, on the Irish Establishment, 271, 419, 495.
-, pay of, remittance from Ireland for, 271, 419, 494, 579.
-, transportation of, to Dublin, 326.
Stewart of Inverness, David, Surveyor of Window Duties for parts from the water of Spey to the water and Lough of Ness, including Murray, shire of Nairn and part of Inverness, appointment and salary, 508.
Stewart of Tintilock, Thomas, Surveyor of Window Duties for West part of Galloway from water of Dee and Carrick, appointment revoked, 508.
Stileman, William, 575.
Stiles, Thomas, shipowner, petition for discharge of ship from quarantine, 166, 193.
Stipends, for a preacher at Macelesfield, 400; paid out of the Liberty of Richmond, 231.
-, beer brewed in, Excise demanded on, 250.
-, Deputy Governor of, See Erskine, John.
-, fortifying and repairing of, 257.
Stirlingshire, Surveyor of Window Duties. See McClellan of Barklay, R.; on the east side of Carron and Bonnywaters. See Oliphant of Linlithgow, W.
Stivers, Brabant money, exchange rate, 381.
Stivers and deniers, 483. See also Guilders.
Stoakes, Edward, boatman, moved from Beachly to Gadcomb, 353.
Stockholm, commissary at. See Jackson, R.: ships from, 166, 193, 430, 433, 448, 451, 476, 503, 505, 528, 530; tar from, quality of, 148.
Stockman, Charles, ensign en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
Stockton, co. Durham, tidesman and boatman at, 234, 269: waiter and searcher at, 205.
Stone, Mr., an Agent for the Danish East India Company, 305.
-, -, Robert, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 234.
-, -, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Hertford, appointment and salary, 446, 538.
Stoniehill (Stony Hill). See Sharp of Stoniehill, Sir W.
Stoor, Erick, master of the Alexander alias the Stoor, 293.
Storax Calamita, 191.
Storax Liquida, 191.
Storey, Elizabeth, widow, royal bounty for, 392, 555; petition for, 576, 605.
-, -, Dr. George Walter, dean of Limerick, memorial for annexing the rectory of Kilkeedy to the Deanery of Limerick, 198; report on, 510.
Storm, great, 180; of November 1703, trees blown down by, 423; widows and orphans of seamen who perished in, all money collected for, expended, 578, 594; petition of, 288, 544, 558, 578, 594.
Stoughton, _, tenant of marshes in Burnham Deepdale, 321.
Stour, river, made navigable, pursuant to Act [4–5 Anne, c. 2], 291.
Stracy, Edward, his proposal about Candle duty, 332, 576.
Stradforth, Henry, master of the William and Anne, 476.
Straits of Gibraltar. See Gibraltar.
Stratford, Mr., Agent for the Danish East India Company, 305; attending the Treasury, 44, 102, 109; proposals by, for remittance to Hamburgh, refused, 109; for supplying beef and pork, 473.
-, -, Francis (Francis Stratford and Company, Mr. Stratford et al.), loan by, on tin to be sent to Hamburgh, 42, 44, 88, 112.
Strathnaver, co. Sutherland. Customs Officers at, new establishment, 410; Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Dunbarr of Bomeden, P.
Strathnaver, Lord. See Gordon, [William].
Street, Henry, appointed tidesman, London port, 194.
Strewer of Herbs. See Jux, E.
Strickland, Thomas (Mr. Strickland):
-, appointed one of the Managers and Directors of the Lottery as by Act 8 Anne, c. 10, for continuing part of the Duties on coals, &c. (1,500,000l. Lottery), 129.
-, attending the Treasury, 1.
-, Commissioner or Chief Officer of the Transfer Office of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, appointment and salary, 368.
-, clerk assistant or chief clerk to (J. Taylor), pay of, 368.
-, clerks under, allowance for, 368; representation re, 553.
-, deputy to (J. Smith), salary of, 368.
-, housekeeper for, pay of, 368.
-, payment to, 462(2).
-, petition for employment under, 572.
-, petitions of, 441, 583, 594, 605.
-, form of a Lottery ticket presented by, 1.
-, -, Sir William, one of the Chief Commissioners and Governors of the Revenue of Ireland, new commission, 467; salary, 294, 467.
Strode (Stroud), William, et al., Officers of the Customs, Scotland, seizure of French wines by, 425; petition for reward for, 477, 517, 599, 583, 605.
Strong, Mr., payment to, 91.
-, -, Ann, wife of Robert, payment to, 461; petition of, 174, 440, 594, 576.
-, -, Robert, master of the James, brigantine, taken into custody and detained three years as Crown evidence, 174, 461.
-, -, William, a commissioner of Excise and a manager of duties on candles, new commissions, 293, 464.
Strother, Margaret, royal bounty for, 230, 392, 555.
Stroud. See Strode.
Stubbs, _, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, William, appointed a Receiver of the 1,500,000l. Lottery, 1,133.
Studholme (Studholm), Michael, captain, Keeper or Surveyor of her Majesty's roads:
-, estimate by, for gravelling, 309, 327.
-, patent fee and riding charges, 400, 498, 524.
-, road making and repairing by, account of, 376; memorial re, 576, 594; payment for, 26, 301, 344, 436.
Sturgeon, importation of, 171, 250, 456.
Subsidies (Additional subsidies, half subsidies, Subsidy Act). See Customs duties—tonnage and poundage.
Subsidies to Allies (Foreign Princes). See Allies.
-, coast of, wrecked goods seized on, 309, 569.
-, Crown revenues for, Receiver of, pensions paid by, 121.
-, House Duties, Receiver General of. See Nash, H.; Surveyors of. See Morris, H.; Palmer, W.
-, Land Tax (Assessments, Taxes), Receiver General of. See Lynch, W.; Pacey, S.
Suicide, 74, 75.
Sunderland, co. Durham, boatmen at, 353.
Sunderland, Countess of. See Spencer, Ann.
-, -, Earl of. See Spencer, Charles.
Superannuated Customs officers, contributions from salaries for, 403.
Supersedeas, writ of, 270.
Surety bond, form of, 388.
Surgeon General of the Caribbee Islands. See Owen, J.
Surgeons. See Code, T.; Crosley, C.; Sisterson, R.; in the Navy. See Navy.
Surgeons' mates. See Army.
-, House Duties, Receiver General of. See Child, L.; Nuthall, J.; Surveyors of. See Burchet, R.; Fisher, J.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receivers General of. See Child, L.; Nuthall, J.; Weston, J.
-, Sheriff of. See Stephens, W.
Suspects, going abroad without passes, 517, 599; on the Rotterdam convoy, 352.
-, coast of, Customs officers on, complaint against, 591; ships wrecked on, 529.
-, House Duties, Receiver General of, warrant to, 512; and see Dee, W.; Gott, P., junior; Surveyors of. See Cooper, J.; Fuller, J.; Hart, J.
-, Eastern Division of, supervisor of Riding Officers for (J. Goldham), 234.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receivers General for, petition for place of, 569; and see Ashburnham, Sir W.; Dee, J.; Dee, W.; Gott, P.
-, messenger's journey into, 56.
-, riding officers in, 456.
-, memorial re, 599.
-, petition for place, 578.
-, stations of, quarterly alterations in, 403.
-, supervisor of, 234, 404.
-, Surveyor General of (H. Baker), 320.
-, sheriff of. See Young, J. and M.
-, Western Division of, supervisor of riding officers (J. Feild), 404.
-, wool from, transportation of, 514.
Sutherland, shire of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See McKenzie of Reidcastle, M.
Sutherland, Kenneth, Lord Duffus, commander of H.M.S. August, 122, 353.
-, -, William, serjeant in the 2nd troop of Grenadier Guards, recompense for a robbery at his lodgings, 13, 237.
Sutton, [Richard], colonel, regiment of (late Macartney's), 156.
-, fresh raised after the battle of Almanza, 155.
-, in Flanders, 135, 338.
-, officers of, made prisoners and exchanged, 155.
-, officers en second, superseded, half pay establishment, 156.
-, on the establishment of Spain and Portugal, 135, 202, 338, 375.
-, subsistence for, 135, 202, 338, 375.
-, -, Robert, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 492.
Suze, Emperor of. See Fez.
Swaby, Robert, a tidesurveys' waterman, London port, deceased, 234.
Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, 322.
Swain, Thomas, tidesman at Plymouth, appointed to Poole, 317; dismissed, 492.
Swainmote Courts, grant of, 443.
Swalden, Richard, affidavit of, against transportation of wool from Kent and Sussex, 514.
Swann, Cornelius, lieutenant en second in Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 155.
Swanson, Christopher, master of the Anna Katharina of Dram, 116.
Swanton, _, captain, R.N., memorial of, re goods taken out of the Thetis, a French man of war, 31, 370.
-, British Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary, Resident) to. See Jackson, R.; Jeffreys, J.; Robinson, J.
-, Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) from. See Leijoncrona, C.
-, King of, army of. See Swedish Army.
-, court of, Resident at. See above British Envoy; see also Charles XII.
-, letters to, postage of, ambassadorial charge for, 536.
-, minister from. See Swedish minister.
-, packet boats to, ambassadorial charge for, 536.
-, plate from, duties on, 493.
-, Princess of. See Ulrica Elionora.
-, privateer commissioned by, 305.
-, Queen of. See Ulrica Elionora Sabina.
-, ships from, 467, 497, 505.
-, trade with, 336.
-, army, British officer employed as a volunteer in, 307.
-, minister, complaint by, 425; and see Gyllenborg, Carl.
-, ships, detained for and released from quarantine, 150, 415, 486, 516, 583, 584; unloading of, Order in Council for, 171, 335.
Sweet (Swete), _, lieutenant en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Benjamin, Deputy Paymaster to the Army Abroad (in the Low Countries):
-, accounts of, state of, 44, 429; to be transmitted every fornight, 41, 427.
-, bills drawn by and payable to, 98, 382.
-, bread contract account and, 463.
-, commission and brokerage charges to be borne by, 83.
-, payments by and to, 238, 247, 463; account of, required, 429.
Sweets, further duties on, Act 10 and 11 Wm. III, c. 21, for, order for copies of, 431.
Swift, Samuel, his letter re Thomas Albert's debt for Worcester-shire, 83, 584, 595.
Swinton, Sir Alexander, senator of the College of Justice, 489.
-, -, Janet, daughter of Sir Alexander, petition of, re seizure of prohibited goods sent from Holland, 489.
Swintown, Margaret, widow, pension for, 41, 423.
Switzerland (Swiss Cantons), Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) to. See Stanyan, A.; money taken up in, repayment of, 422, 477, 479.
-, And see Berne.
Sybourg, Charles, brigadier, pay of, for service in Flanders, 397.
Sydney. See Sidney.
Sylver, _, captain, payment to, for fusees, 183.
Symonds, _. captain en second in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, John, tidesman (tidesman and weigher) at Yarmouth, 160(2).
Sympson, Sir William, a cursitor baron of the Exchequer, fees and allowances, 474.