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

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Tabrett, John, riding officer at East Guilford, removed to Dymchurch, salary, 404.

Tackey, Joseph, convicted of burglary, 250.

Taffilete, Emperor of. See Fez.

Tagg, Thomas, royal bounty for, 555.

Talbot (Talbott), Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury, as Lord Chamberlain, warrants by, 270, 490; lease of grounds adjoining his house (Warwick House) near St. James's Park, 194, 275, 276, 321.
-, -, Sir John, surviving Trustee for the Sale of Fee Farm Rents of the Crown, warrants to, 298, 311, 407.
-, -, Richard, Earl of Tyrconnel, Chief Governor of Ireland, 169.
-, -, Richard, his tenement in Eton, 548.

Tallies, foils and counterparts of, storage for, underneath the Exchequer Chamber, 468.

Tallow, seizure of, 100, 514, 599.

Talman, William, a Queen's waiter, London port, deputy to, 317, 319, 547.

Tangier, Treasurers of, accounts of. See Hewer, W.; Pepys, S.

Tanner, J., affidavits of, re transportation of wool from Kent and Sussex and the owling trade, 514.

Tapestry, mending and cleaning of, cost of, 474.

Tar:
-, importation of, 335, 448, 451, 472, 476, 505(2), 528, 530; and see Baltic; Plantations; Stockholm.
-, manufacture of, in New York, 123; by Palatines, 147, 148, 149, 157.
-, price of. See Prices.
-, seizure of, 164.

Tarver (Traver), John, Queen's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, Scotland, additional salary for giving up his practice in England, 117, 274, 363, 422, 545.

Taverns. See London and Westminster—streets and places (inns).

Taxes. See also Assessments; Apprentices; Customs; Excise; Hawkers; House Duties; Land Tax; Marriages; Stamp Duties.
-, account of debts or arrears on, charged with loans at the Exchequer, required, 540.
-, Agents for. And see Clayton, W.; Barker, R.; Shoreditch, R.
-, account from, shewing difference in taxes paid for several offices in 1693 and 1708, 564.
-, attending the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, 47.
-, attending the Treasury, 14, 15, 19, 35, 37, 38, 39, 42, 51, 53, 54, 83, 91, 98, 108, 111, 112, 113, 457, 596, 598; on Friday afternoon, 34, 98.
-, clerk to (R. Millart), 224, 352.
-, issues to, 127, 133, 237, 317, 333(2), 398(2).
-, letters to and matters referred to, 16, 41, 47, 124, 137, 143, 163, 164, 166, 182, 215, 224, 250, 270, 336, 342, 356, 394, 404, 422, 426, 454, 457, 463, 469, 474, 481, 495, 499, 503, 509, 518, 522, 524(2), 540, 548, 552(2), 554, 564, 569, 579, 581, 585, 587, 591, 592(2), 593, 595, 596, 598, 600, 601(2), 602, 603.
-, list of alterations of House Duty officers to be submitted by, 98.
-, messenger attending, payment to, 224, 352.
-, office of, incidents of, 133, 333(2), 398.
-, prosecutions by (Exchequer process), 51, 83, 584; fees of counsel for, 317.
-, recommendations to, 568, 589.
-, reports by, 43, 137, 172, 215, 239, 354, 415, 565, 567, 568, 572, 576, 590, 592, 596, 598.
-, salary of, 127, 237, 333, 398.
-, prosecutions relating to, issue for expense of, 317.
-, Receivers General of (and see Assessments; House Duties Land Tax), 323, 509, 543, 548, 558, 592, 593, 597, 600, 601, 603.
-, accounts kept by, proposed general [compulsory] form for, 503.
-, debts of, 217, 509, 522.
-, Exchequer process against, 524.
-, extraordinary charges of, 511, 518, 522, 523, 524, 526, 552(2), 565, 567, 568, 572, 579, 581, 595.
-, frauds by, 543.
-, petitions of, to be made Receivers General of Duties on Houses, 499.
-, securities (sureties) of, abscond, 509; insolvent, 509; petitions of, 593, 597, 600.

Taylor (Taylour, Tailer, Tailor), _, tenant, 335.
-, -, Mr., attending the Treasury, 84; letter from, mentioned, 226; matter referred to, 603; report by, 569.
-, -, Mr., of Lynn, bill drawn by, 63.
-, -, Edward, watchman, London port, deceased, 353.
-, -, J. [deputy to William Lowndes, Secretary to the Treasury], 565; attending the Attorney General, 540; letters from, 35(2), 37, 122, 149, 153, 166, 192, 220, 238, 248, 306, 324, 325, 349, 352, 355, 364, 473, 474, 475, 476, 539, 542, 549.
-, -, J., Deputy Auditor [of the Duchy of Cornwall], 217.
-, -, James, appointed clerk assistant to Thomas Strickland, Commissioner of the Transfer Office for the 1710 Lottery, 439.
-, -, James, Receiver General of Land Tax for the Palaces of Whitehall and St. James's, 139.
-, -, John, petitioner, 595.
-, -, John, First Secondary in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, fee of, 402.
-, -, John, tallies and orders in the name of, for loans at the Exchequer on the credit of General Mortgages (1707, 1708 and 1709) 432.
-, -, John, deputy to Samuel Travers, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, issue to, 314.
-, -, John, merchant of London, petition for permit to unload cargo, 143.
-, -, John, issues to, for buildings at Woodstock, 5, 15, 25, 33, 156, 248, 333, 403, 483.
-, -, Jonathan, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Monmouth, appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, Joseph, riding surveyor in Beaumaris port, deceased, 354.
-, -, Joseph, Keeper of her Majesty's Water Engine at Windsor, executors of, payment to, 401.
-, -, Richard, application for preferment, 577.
-, -, Samuel, appointed tidewaiter at Dumfries, 216.
-, -, Thomas, Deputy Paymaster of Works (Deputy to T. Lloyd) attending the Treasury, 51, 54, 55; Exchequer process against, 47.
-, -, Thomas, master of the Henrietta, 505.
-, -, William, Usher of the Custom House, office of Comptroller of Bristol surrendered by, 453; salary, 421; warrant to, setting out the rights of his office, 452, 453.

Tea, 305; duties on. See Customs—duties.

Teale (Teal), Isaac, Apothecary General to the Army, drugs, medicines and chirurgeon's instruments (Hospital stores) supplied by, payment for, 207, 209(2); petition for, 167.

Teeth. See Teith.

Teinds. See Scotland.

Teith (Teeth), river, Scotland, south side of, parts of Perthshire on, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See McClellan of Bark-lay, R.

Tempest, Fitz Herbert, ensign en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Templer, John, Serjeant at Arms, fee and allowance, 369.
-, -, Samuel, lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Tenbury, co. Worcester, Crown lands in, lease of, 221.

Tenison, Richard, Bishop of Meath, 256.
-, -, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, bounty for French protestants distributed by, 237; printing for, payment for, 461.

Tenths of the Clergy of the dioceses of Oxford, Worcester, Hereford and St. David's, annuity paid out of, 526.

Tents, for the Army. See Army; for Palatines going to New York, 115.

Terryman, Ellis, payment to, 183.
-, -, Sanders, payment to, 183.

Teudbeuf (Tudebeuf), Phillip Janssen de, agent for Belcastel's regiment, allowance on the Irish Establishment, 259, petition for, 203.

Teviotdale (Tiviotdale), co. Roxburgh, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Liddesdale, D.

Thames, The, disinfecting of goods in, 197; ships in, 171, 287, 373, 512, quarantine by, 150, 312; water supply from, 413.

Theddington farm. See Tiddington.

There, Marie de, pension for, 538.

Thistle, the, Order of, collars of, delivered into the Jewel House, 399; issue for, 36.

Thomas, David, appointed tidewaiter at Bristol, 319.
-, -, John, arrested for killing deer, 334.
-, -, John, surety, petition of, 228.
-, -, Rachell, issues to, for the service of the Robes, 31, 311, 370.
-, -, Watkin, petition re estate of J. Sansom, 540.

Thomlinson, Richard (et al.), petition for release of ships from quarantine, 485, 489, 497.

Thompson (Thomson, Tompson), Mr., and the Undersheriff of Essex, 389.
-, -, George, his scheme for improving the revenue of the Post Office, 18, 22.
-, -, Ja., appointed tidewaiter at Inverness, 292.
-, -, Leonard, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for Yorkshire, N.R., appointment and salary, 445.
-, -, Robert, master of the Charity, 472.
-, -, Stephen, letters from, mentioned, 158.
-, -, William, tidewaiter at Dumfries, deceased, 216.

Thoresby grounds in Sherwood Forest, q.v.

Thornbrough, Thomas, Quartermaster, half pay on the Irish Establishment restored to, 204.

Thornham, co. Norfolk, Thornham Marsh in, lease of, 321.

Thornton, John, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Land Tax, co. Lancaster, 138, 499.

Thorowkettle (Thorrowkettle), John, Messenger of the Chamber attending the Customs and the Lord Treasurer (Treasury Lords) payment to, 117(2), 293(2), 370(2), 503(2).

Thorpe, co. Norfolk, manor of, Fold Course of, 322.

Thorpe, Ingleby, lieutenant en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Thorrold, William, minister to the English Episcopal Church at Rotterdam, 200; assistant to. See Hawardin, F.

Thorrowkettle. See Thorowkettle.

Thurlow, John, tenant of Fresh Marshes of Brancaster, 321.

Thwait, Richard, petition re a wreck of white wines, 576.

Tiddington (Tidington), co. Warwick, Theddington, alias Tidington Farm in, lease of, 323.

Tidesmen. See Customs—London port and Outports.

Tidesurveyors. See Customs—London port and Outports.

Tidewaiters. See Customs—Outports.

Tidington. See Tiddington.

Tilburgh, _, ensign en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Tilbury Fort, co. Essex, gunner at, 170.

Tillage, Act for Improvement of (22 Car. II, c. 13), duty on corn by, 159; policy of laws for encouraging, 158.

Tilson, Mr., 565.
-, -, Christopher:
-, 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.
-, bills of exchange on, 238.
-, loans made by, on the credit of the Queen's tin, 184.
-, payments to, for his accounts of the Customs, 221, 344.
-, -, Henry, tidesman, London port, deceased, 440.
-, -, George, Auditor of Excise in Scotland, appointment, 297, 356; deputy to. See Philipson, F.; petition for allowance for clerks and incidents, 439, 595.
-, -, Samuel, petitioner, 596.

Timber:
-, decayed, warrant to fell, 547.
-, felling of, warrants for, 342, 384, 395, 423.
-, for the Navy. See Navy.
-, for Woodstock, 278.
-, grant of, 132.
-, importation of, 171, 191.
-, in New Hampshire, prevention of waste and destruction of, 123.
-, sales of, woodwards' poundage fees on, 526.

Tin (Queen's Tin):
-, Agents for, in Cornwall, and disorders by tinners, 31.
-, at the Mint, security for loan, 27.
-, Blowing Houses, in Cornwall and Devon, inspection of, appointment of a general officer for, 29.
-, cargo of, lost, 127.
-, Coinage Duties, 21, 29, 42, 469, 479; double Duty, 42; post coinages (Post Groats), reversionary lease of, memorial for, 30, 580.
-, Commissioners of, attending the Treasury, 98.
-, exportation of:
-, in men of war, 44, 88, 585; stopped, 32.
-, in packet boats, permit for, 527, 528.
-, to the East Indies, 111.
-, to Holland (Amsterdam and Hamburg), 28, 42, 43, 44, 88, 387, 585.
-, to the Straits of Gibraltar, 572, 576.
-, unlawful, prevention of, 30.
-, farm of, in Cornwall, annuity payable on, 525, 602, 603.
-, price of, abatement of, petition for, 574; maintenance of, 30; and see Prices.
-, Privy Seal re, alteration of, 49, 440.
-, purchase of:
-, by merchants, for ready money, 44.
-, issues for, 89, 253, 543; weekly, 37, 40.
-, money advanced by Collectors of Excise for, 41.
-, Queen's pre-emption, 264.
-, Receiver and Paymaster for, in Devon and Cornwall. See Corker, R.; Scobell, H.
-, running of, from Cornwall and Devon, prevention of, 29, 30.
-, sale of, produce (credit) of:
-, loans (tallies and orders) on, 27, 28, 43, 44, 112, 156, 277, 299, 333, 367, 375, 386, 403, 469, 473, 479, 503, 558, 573.
-, in the Exchequer, 89, 156, 483.
-, interest on, memorial re, 603.
-, issues and payments out of, 5, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 33, 89, 112, 184, 197, 248, 359(2), 372, 383, 403, 483, 502, 550(2).
-, proposed, 42.
-, Register for, 20, 21, 89.
-, Receiver General of moneys arising by. See Anstis, J.
-, ships for, convoy for, 345.
-, salvage of, 143.
-, vitiating of, prevention of, 29, 30.
-, See also Stannaries.

Tindal (Tindall), William, letter and petition re transportation of wool from Kent and Sussex, 514(2).

Tinmouth. See Tynemouth.

Tinners, contracts with, 469; Convocation or Parliament of, 20, 299; disorders by, 31.

Tintilock. See Stewart of Tintilock, T.

Tisdall, Richard, purchaser of part of the town and lands of Miltown, co. Louth, 388.

Titchwell, co. Norfolk, salt marshes of, lease of, 321.

Tithes:
-, of grain, lease of, 322.
-, of Greenwich Park, 120, 413.
-, of Kensington Gardens, 516.
-, of Mote Park (Windsor Great Park), 157, 222.

Tiverton, co. Devon, 137.

Tiviotdale. See Teviotdale.

Tobacco:
-, damages to. See Scotland.
-, duty on. See Customs—duties.
-, for seamen in St. Bartholomew's and St. Thomas's Hospitals, allowance for, 331.
-, money. See Navy.
-, [prize], purchase of, 261.
-, seized by collectors of Taxes, 124.
-, smuggling, 179, 364.
-, trade. See Bergen; Guernsey; Ireland; Jersey; Man, Isle of; Maryland; Virginia.

Tompkins, John, arrested for killing deer, 334.

Tonke, Thomas, chaplain going to Jamaica, royal bounty for his passage, 123.

Tonks, Ann, payment to, pursuant to Chancery decree, 230, 393.

Tonnage and Poundage. See Customs—duties.

Topham, Christopher, payment to, 141.
-, -, Richard:
-, assisting the Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 228.
-, Keeper of the Records, salary, 496.
-, matter referred to, 165.
-, petition of, for payment of tithes out of Mote Park, 156, 222.
-, Supervisor of the work of digesting records in the Tower, payment to, 128, 300, 364, 501.

Topsham, co. Devon, tidesman at, 160.

Torrington, Earl of. See Herbert, Arthur.

Torson, Burgie, master of the St. Jonnes of Konigsberg, 293.

Tortosa, Spain, siege of, captain of horse at, 196; regiment broken after, 394.

Tottenham, co. Middlesex, lands in, grant of, 298.

Toulon, France, intelligence from, 533, 534.

Tower (Towers), Frances, widow, of Swaffham Bulbeck, lease of Harpole Mill to, 249, 322.
-, -, Frances, spinster, lease of Harpole Mill to, 322, 489.

Tower Hamlets, co. Middlesex, Surveyor of the Window Tax for. See Edwards, Barkham.

Tower of London. See London and Westminster.

Towers. See Tower.

Towne, Cheptzibah, orphan, petition in behalf of, 261.
-, -, Elizabeth, orphan, petition in behalf of, 261.
-, -, Lawrence, sworn broker of London, deceased, 261.

Townley, William, tidesurveyor in Cowes port, deceased, 160.

Townshend (Townsend), _, colonel, regiment of, carriages for, payment for, 183.
-, -, Charles, Viscount Townshend, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General (at the Hague), payment to, 238, 240; for ordinary and extraordinaries, 184, 307, 422.
-, -, George, a Commissioner of Excise, new commissions, 293, 464, a Manager of the Duties on Candles, 293; estate purchased by, 163; leave of absence for, 418.
-, -, Miles, appointed Comptroller and Surveyor at Preston Pans, 172.

Townson, Miles, tidesman at Lynn Regis, resigned, 205.

Trade:
-, abuses and frauds (clandestine, collusive and illegal trade), 211, 430, 479, 581; in the Isle of Man. See Man, Isle of. See also Norway trade; Smuggling.
-, experiment to enlarge, 111.
-, of Bristol. See Bristol.
-, of Glasgow. See Glasgow.
-, of Scotland. See Scotland.
-, of Wells port. See Wells.
-, treaties for, with Denmark, 195.
-, with America, Act 6 Anne, c. 64, for the encouragement of, 431.
-, with France, Acts for prohibiting, 119; clandestine, 430, 581.
-, with Indians. See Fur Trade.
-, with Sweden, 336.
-, See also Wool trade.

Trade and Plantations, Commissioners for (Thomas, Earl of Stamford, William, Lord Dartmouth, Sir Philip Meadows, Sir Charles Turner, John Poultney, Robert Monckton, Arthur Moore):
-, clerks of (seven), 300, 399, 553.
-, clerks of the Privy Council attending, 362.
-, copies of Acts of Parliament for, 45.
-, debt due to, 308.
-, incidents, 300, 399, 553.
-, matters referred to, 158, 188, 483, 539, 587.
-, memorial for extraordinary payments, 576.
-, proposal by, for freeing Deputy Lieutenants of the Leeward Islands from their dependence on the Assemblies, 283.
-, reports and representations by, 148, 179, 571, 575.
-, salaries, 226, 300, 392, 416, 503, 525.
-, scheme of, for settling and employing Palatines in New York, 147.
-, Secretary to. See Popple, W.
-, trade with Sweden and, 336.

Tradesmen supplying goods and tools for Palatines in New York, See under New York.

Tradesmen's bills. See Sick and Wounded Seamen.

Train oil, 115, 174, 439.

Transports (Transport Board, Transport Office, Transport Service, Transportation):
-, Commissioners of. And see Atkinson, S.; Colby, T.; Roope, N.
-, accounts of, petition re,595.
-, attending the Treasury, 5, 12, 22, 23, 24, 32, 38, 47, 51, 108; upon summons only, 34.
-, commission, 376.
-, deductions from pay of soldiers on shipboard ordered by, 161.
-, during the late war with France (Sir Peter Rich, deceased; Henry Greenhill, deceased; John Carpenter, deceased; Stephen Akerman, deceased; Robert Henley; John Ellis; Anthony Duncombe, deceased; Thomas Hopkins and John Henley):
-, accountant and secretary (J. Ellis), salary of, 282.
-, accountants, clerk to (T. Hurst), 282.
-, accounts of (1689–1702), 200; privy seal for passing, 281, 282, 283, 325.
-, agents and clerks employed by, salaries of, 282.
-, employee of (S. Hunter), 282.
-, incidents, loss by exchange and tale of money, charges for, 282.
-, payments to, 380.
-, process against, stay of, 200, 373.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 23, 164, 167, 190, 211, 326, 331, 340, 460, 504, 527(2), 551.
-, memorials of, 241, 326.
-, reports by, 23, 32, 248, 318, 442, 573, 586.
-, warrants to, 318, 442.
-, course of:
-, bills of exchange on, 54, 326.
-, creditors upon, 17.
-, debts on, 212, 551.
-, issues for, 2, 3, 5, 17, 68, 140, 143, 163, 164, 190, 326, 460, 527(2), 551.
-, debentures for, 248; proprietors of, petition, 587.
-, debts, 38; state of, 164, 504; and see Irish transport debt.
-, Parliamentary supply for, 163.
-, ships, 23.
-, account of money received by M. de Wildt for, 12, 362.
-, hired, 282.
-, leaky, damage to arms and accountrements arising by, 180, 318.
-, lost, 23.
-, masters of, payment to, 282; petition of, 331, 605.
-, taken by the enemy, 442.
-, value of. See Prices.
-, Treasurer and Paymaster (Paymaster, Receiver, Receiver and Paymaster, Treasurer), 2, 326, 460, 527; and see Mason, Charles; Micklethwayt, Thomas.

Travalion, John, captain lieutenant en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Travellers, from abroad, accounts of, required, 171; going abroad without passes, directions re, 556.

Traver. See Tarver.

Travers, Samuel, Receiver General of Crown Lands. See Crown Lands.
-, -, Thomas, petitioner, 568, 587.

Treason, 439; statutes relating to, collection, transcription, printing and publication of, 399.

Treasury:
-, Alphabetical Register of Papers, note on, 563.
-, broker to, recommended, 567.
-, business of, days appointed for, 34, 517; Thursday and Saturday reserved free from, 34.
-, fees, 279, 317, 386.
-, Lord Treasurer, 1–33 passim, 38, 96, 115–417 passim, 532; messenger attending. See Thorowkettle, J.
-, See also Godolphin, S., Lord Godolphin; Harley, R., Earl of Oxford; Osborne, T., Earl of Danby.
-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.
-, Lords, Commissioners for executing the office of Treasurer of the Exchequer (John, Earl Poulett, Robert Harley, Robert Benson, Sir Thomas Mansel, Henry Paget), 34–114, 418–559 passim.
-, attending the Queen, 36, 40, 45, 49, 52, 67, 106, 443.
-, commission, 34, 415.
-, messenger attending. See Thorowkettle, J.
-, salary, 90, 477, 480, 557.
-, low circumstances of, 90, 476.
-, letter carrier, See Fara, J.
-, Office, disbursements for, 226, 229, 343, 480.
-, officers of, payment of their charges for the last Session of the Irish Parliament, 262.
-, Secretary to. See Lowndes, W.; office of, 600.
-, Solicitor to, attending the Treasury upon summons only, 34; and see Baker Henry; Borrett, William.

Treaties and Conventions:
-, for subsidies. See Allies.
-, for supplying gunpowder to the King of Portugal, 95, 420, 434, 473, 491.
-, for trade. See Trade.
-, of a General Peace, Secretary to the Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Walpole, H.
-, of Union. See Scotland.
-, signed by the Duke of Marlborough, for recruits for the Imperial Forces in Spain, 517.
-, with Northern Crowns, 211.
-, with States General. See United Provinces.

Treby, George, captain en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, George, captain en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Tredenham, Sir Joseph, deceased, money taken from Customs officers at the Revolution by, commission to seize, 216.

Trees, planting of, 166, 231.

Trefusis, Samuel, charges by, against agent for packet boats at Falmouth, 506.

Trenwith, James, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, Westminster, appointment and salary, 446.

Trevanion, Mr., to attend Mr. Lowndes, 31.
-, - John, petition for lease of Restormell Park and Trinity Chapel. 577.
-, -, Richard, 577.

Trevers, Thomas, mariner, petition for reward, 291.

Treves, Elector of, subsidies to, issues and payments, 279, 280, 336, 378, treaty for, 279, 280; troops of, on the Establishment of Troops of Augmentation, issues for pay of, 136, 202, 267, 338.

Trevor, Sir John, letter from, mentioned, 394.
-, - Thomas (afterwards Lord Trevor), Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, opinion of, required, 468.
-, -, Sir Thomas, grant in trust to (1619), 329.

Tribeko, John, a Lutheran minister, payment to, for providing Bibles &c. for Palatines, 116(2).

Trinity Chapel. See Restormell Park.

Trinity Church. See New York.

Trinty College. See Dublin.

Trinity House:
-, Corporation of, report from, 588.
-, Elder Brother of (H. Collins), 442.
-, Master of, letter to, 463.
-, Master, Warden and Fellows of, matter referred to, 423.

Trip, Thomas, boatman at Cockbush, deceased, 319.

Tripoly, Agent and Consul General at. See Lodington, B.

Trophy money. See Army.

Trosse, Peter, coastwaiters waterman, appointed tidesurveyors' waterman in London port, 234.

Trotman, Thomas, tidesman, London port, deceased, 440.
-, -, William, petitioner, 603.

Trubshaw, Charles, executor of Sir John Cooke, payments to, 398.

Trumbull, Sir W., clerk recommended by, 94.

Trumpeters, attending the Duke of Marlborough, 167; liveries for, price of. See Prices.

Trumpeting House in Richmond Palace, q.v.

Trumpets, silver, price of. See Prices.

Truro, co. Cornwall, collector of, 216; smuggled goods seized at, 305.

Trusman, John, appointed a mariner on the Greenhill, Customs yacht at Cowes, 160.

Tucker, John, keeper of the State Paper Office, payment to, 191, 352.
-, -, Martin, petition for allowance for keeping accounts of wool exports from Ireland, 516, 602.

Tuckwell, Francis, Yeoman of the Salt Stores, house used as a victualling house by, 229.

Tudebeuf. See Teudbeuf.

Tuffin, Richard, Surveyor of Window Tax, co. Bucks, proposed, 164.

Tull, Stephen, burglar, apprehension of, 363.

Tully (Tullie), John, waiter at Fishguard, additional salary, 234.
-, -, Philip, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, certificates by, 408, 433, 469.

Tumults. See Riots.

Tunnet, Charles, letter from the Bishop of London in behalf of, 595.

Turin, Italy:
-, Bankers at, 587; and see Columba and Calcino.
-, Envoy (Envoy Extraordinary) at. See Chetwynd, J.
-, letter dated at, 315.
-, remittances by bills of exchange on, 8(2), 14, 29, 45, 49(2), 104, 111, 141, 143, 176, 260, 442.

Turkey, factor in, 191.

Turkey Company, petitioners, 32.

Turkey convoy, men turned over to, issues for, 57, 86, 469; requirements of, 73.

Turner, _, captain, rooms under the Treasury of the Court of Wards used as a stable by, 229.
-, -, Sir Charles, a Commissioner for Trade, 226.
-, -, James, appointed tidesman at Poole, 492.
-, -, John, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments) for Essex, attending the Treasury, 20; commissions, 137, 500; petition for extraordinary charges, 463, 595.
-, -, Dr. John, vicar of Greenwich, petition for payment in lieu of tithes, 119.
-, -, William et al., petitions for release of ships from quarantine and for leave to discharge cargo, 117, 312, 475, 486.

Turpentine, from the Plantations, quality of, 149; making of, by Palatines in New York, 148.

Turst, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, fee and allowance, 369.

Tuscany, Great Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Blackwell, Sir L.; Molesworth, J.; Newton, H.

Tweed, river, bridge over, repair of, 549.

Tweeddale, forest of. See Selkirk.

Twistleton, John, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, London and Middlesex, appointment and salary, 446.

Tyas, John, Clerk of the Pipe in the Exchequer Court, Scotland, additional salary for giving up his practice in England, 117, 275, 363, 421, 545.

Tyler, Thomas, appointed waiter and searcher at Corfe Castle, 319.

Tynemouth (Tinmouth), co. Northumberland, surgeon of, 575.

Tynemouth Castle, Governor of. See Villiers, Henry.

Tyrconnel, Earl of. See Talbot, Richard.

Tyrrell, Charles, Queen's waiter, London port, appointed Surveyor of landwaiters, 160, 180.