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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 25, 1711. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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C

Cabinet Council, H.M., 165.
-, Lords of, 183.

Cadiz, Spain, brandies imported from, 136.

Cadmore, Charles, boatman, 587.

Cadogan, William, Envoy to the States General, payment, 483.
-, -, -, Lieutenant General of the Forces, to be Lieutenant of the Tower, 168.
-, -, -, Regiment of, offreckoning, 606.

Cæsar (Cesar), Charles, Treasurer of the Navy, 340, 569; issues to, 90, 92, 105–6, 109, 113, 117; memorials of, 77, 110, 111, 117.

Cæsar's Chapel. See Tower of London; Topham, R.

Cafarelli, Elizabeth, pension, 398.

Caithness, Scotland, Excise establishment at, 312.

Calce, Capt. Rubeno De La, a Neopolitan, free passage for, to Portugal, 148.

Calder, Lieut. [John], four orphans of, trustee for, 151.

Calvert, Charles, 3rd Lord Baltimore, roprietor of Maryland, 448.

Cambridge, co., Distributor of Stamps, 156, 622. See also Boys, A.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 180, 217, 266, 421, 514, 522. See also Mason, J.; Richards, T.
-, Surveyor of House Duties, 217, 459. See also Wells, J.

Cambridge, University of, Divinity lecturer, 338. See also Gower, Dr. H.
-, payment to, of perpetuity for a preacher, 175, 308, 620.
-, Reader of Laws, 382. See also Ayloffe, Dr. T.

Campanella, Nicholas, Master of the San Gaetano, articles of agreement, pieces of eight, 356.

Campbell, _, apprehending of, 188.
-, -, -, forage contracts, 410, 420, 621.
-, -, Agnes, H. M. printer, Scotland, 122.
-, -, Captain Alexander, half pay of, 344.
-, -, Sir Alexander, Lord of Session, Scotland, 349.
-, -, Archibald, Earl of Ilay (afterwards 3rd Duke of Argyll), Lord Justice General, Scotland, 124, 349, 543, 545; salary 42, 243; Regiment of, 8, 42, 140.
-, -, Hugh, Earl of Loudoun, Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, house of, 578; royal bounty to, 143, 398, 572, 576.
-, -, John, 2nd Duke of Argyll, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Spain, equipage of, 187–8, 197, 201.
-, annuity of, 159, 398, 572.
-, General and Commander in Chief in Spain, 463, 527, 531; aide-de-camp to, 270; attending the Treasury, 18–20; hospital establishment in Spain, 366; instructions for, 61; instructions of, 279; medicine chests for, 443; Staff officers under, 68, 295; warrants of, 115–6, 598.
-, -, -, Master of Work, Scotland, 123.

Campion, Henry, Commissioner for stating Public Accounts, 380, 504; salary, 360, 490.

Canada, [military] strength of, 320.
-, Expedition to, Commander of, 98, 317–8, 572, 610.
-, See also Hill, Brigadier, J. miscarriage of, 114.
-, Paymaster of, accounts and payments, 502–3, 527, 535–6, 541, 572, 585, 598, 604. See also Arnot, Colonel, J.
-, stores for, 476, 610.
-, subsistence for Regiments on, 116, 439, 604.
-, See also Army, in Canada.
-, Regiments from, pay of, 107.
-, Specie of, and bills of exchange, 114.

Canary Islands, corn exported to, 98, 445, 458, 491; wine from, seized, 188, 214.

Cancellar, Stephen, royal bounty to, 154.

Candle Duty Office, Salary and incidents bills, 236, 280, 337, 408, 481, 570, 609.
-, -, -, -, Scotland, incidents, 545, 553.

Candles, Duty on, anno 1710, tallies and orders on, 27, 42, 47, 49, 124–5, 164–5, 187, 203–4, 211, 357, 385, 415, 421, 470, 511, 563.
-, for House of Commons, 152.

Canning, Margaret, payment, 614.
-, -, Richard, payment, 613.

Canterbury, co. Kent, Prerogative Court of, Deputy Registrar; certificate, 287. See also Welham, T.; wills in, 464.
-, Judge of, annuity, 287. See also Raines, Sir R.
-, Receiver General of Land Tax, 568.

Canvas, for the Navy, contractor for, 10, 130, 154–5.

Capell, Algernon, 22nd Earl of Essex, Constable of the Tower, 168.

Carbonel, Thomas, accounts, for discounting Exchequer Bills, 7, 15–19, 40, 177, 202, 223–4, 237, 473–4.

Cardigan, co., Justices of, 283, 296, 533, 548, 595, 608–9; seal of, 435. See also Banastre, W.; Jeffreys, E.; Whitacre, C.
-, Receiver General for, 179, 433, 465, 489. See also Howell, G.; Philips, J.

Cardonnel (Cardonal, Cardonel), [Adam], Deputy Paymaster of the Forces, 4, 11, 15, 83, 100, 104, 116, 151, 402, 493, 536, 540, 597; explanation of articles to, 87. See also Army-Forces Abroad.

Careful Woman, release from quarantine, 592.

Carey, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 176, 367, 520, 522; executrix of, 520, 522.
-, -, Dorothy, Lady Falkland, additional annuity to, 184.
-, -, Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland, executors of, stay of process against, 176, 367, 520, 522. See also Raynsford, Elizabeth.

Caribbee Islands. See Leeward and Caribbee Islands.

Carkesse, _, 21.

Carles Haven. See Karlshamn.

Carleton, Captain, _, half pay of, 344.
-, -, Alexander, petition, 438, 561. See also Bache, J.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.

Carlshamn. See Karlshamn.

Carmarthen, co., Justices of, 283, 296, 533, 548, 595, 608–9; seal, 435. See also Banastre, W.; Jeffreys, E.; Whitacre, C.
-, Receiver General of Land Tax and House Duties, 173, 433, 465, 489. See also Howell, G.; Philips, J.

Carmarthen, Marquis of. See Osborne, Peregrine.

Carmichael, William, Solicitor General, Scotland, pension, 124, 350.

Carnaby, William, lease of Fulling Mills, near Newminster, co. Northumberland, 224, 621.

Carnarvon, co., arable and waste land in, 494; ferry in, 271, 494.
-, Justices of, 283, 549, 580, 603.
-, See also Hooke, J.; Jessup, W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes and House duties, 137, 179, 204, 422, 551. See also Caswell, J.

Carol. See O'Carroll.

Carolina, chaplains to, 130, 277, 544; governors of, 212, 556. See also Craven, C.; Hyde, E. revenue, 448, 478.

Carpenter, Colonel, _, pay, 39, 235; regiment of, 211.
-, -, Nathaniel, petition, proof spirits, 379.

Carr House, co. York, 150.

Carroll. See O'Carroll.

Carrosio, Bartholomeo, payment, 614.

Carryll, _, attained of high treason. 173; trust estate of, 173.

Cartwright, Mr., 4.

Cary, Thomas, petition, 594.

Cassilis, Countess Dowager of. See Kennedy, Margaret.

Cassills, John, payment, 624.

Castle, _, payment to, for stationery, 219.

Castles, named—
-, Athlone, 456, 457, 624.
-, Audenarde (Oudenarde), Belgium, 151.
-, Beaumaris, 249.
-, Blackness, 347.
-, Chester, 267.
-, Deal, 83, 326.
-, Dumbarton, 36, 44, 230, 231, 235, 261, 262.
-, Edinburgh, 36, 44, 230, 231, 235, 261.
-, Exeter, 377, 378, 621.
-, Gloucester, 201, 277, 295, 626.
-, Pendennis, 328, 393, 394, 410.
-, Porchester, 531.
-, St. Mawes (St. Mawse), 410, 454.
-, Stirling, 36, 44, 230, 231, 235, 261, 262.
-, Tynemouth, 220.
-, Upnor, 274.
-, Windsor, 190, 221, 299, 555.

Castles, Thomas, late Commissary of, Stores, Spain, 389.

Castleton, Nathaniel, Comptroller General, Penny Post Office, salary, 374.

Caswell, George, goldsmith, petition, 629.
-, -, George, Receiver of subscriptions to South Sea Company, 323.
-, -, James, Receiver General for cos. Monmouth, Anglesea, Merioneth and Carnarvon, 137, 179; accounts of, 375, 422, 551; securities for, 204.

Catalonia, 208, 327, 571.
-, barley for, 205.
-, Deputy of Bridges in, 90.
-, forces in, 363, 413, 414.
-, Portuguese troops in, 115.
-, recruits for, 310.
-, recruits for, treaties for, 72.
-, remittances, 510.
-, supply of corn to, from Genoa, 24.
-, troops embarked for, 212.
-, wheat for, 205.

Cattarina of Braganza. See under Queen Dowager.

Caudron. See Cawdron.

Caulfield, Colonel Toby, regiment of, unserviceable arms, 371.
-, -, William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, Regiment of, half pay officers, 344.

Cavalier, Colonel [Jean], Regiment of, 540.

Cavendish, Rachel, Duchess of Devonshire, Lady of the Bedchamber, allowances, 236, 337, 549.
-, -, William, Duke of Devonshire, Chief Justice of Eyre, Trent North, payments to, 191, 297, 299.
-, -, -, Lord Devonshire, Commission (1 Wm. & Mary) to, for Inspecting the Forces, 75.

Cawdron (Caudron), Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for the city and part of co. Lincoln, 181; arrears of, 579; commission of, 489; petition of, 412.

Cawthorpe. See Crawthorpe.

Cay. See Kay.

Cecil, James, 19th Earl of Salisbury, land of, 551.

Ceremonies, Master of the, Marshall of, 143, 151, 191, 264, 299. See also Inglis, J.
-, payments to, 143, 151, 155, 214, 283, 298–9, 336, 370, 398, 414, 441. See also Cotterell, Sir C.

Cerne Abbas, co. Dorset, 221.

Cesar. See Cæsar.

Cevennes, The, Agent in, 338. See also Flotard, David de.

Chainy. See Cheyne.

Chairier, _, payments to, 215, 216.

CHAMBER, THE.
-, Hampton Court, servants above stairs, travelling charges, 319.
-, Master of Music (John Eccles), allowance, 319.
-, Master of the Buckhounds, allowance, 319.
-, messenger of (John Thorowkettle), allowance, 249.
-, messengers of, prisoners in care of, 355.
-, Ratkiller of, payment, 319.
-, St. James's Palace, water supply, 319.
-, Treasurer of, accounts, 496.
-, clerk of (John Holbech), payment, 496.
-, salary, 498.
-, Comptroller of (Vanburgh, William), 496.
-, Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, travelling charges, 384.
-, letter, 493.
-, prisoners, 355.
-, reference to, 384.
-, issues to, 15, 57, 75, 319.
-, issue to wages, 329.
-, letter of direction, 319, 329, 399.
-, office wages, 319.
-, payments, 497, 498.
-, payments by, needing special authority, 143, 173.
-, payment to, 62, 63.
-, pensions payable by, 133–4.
-, royal warrant, 496.
-, Treasurer of (Edward, Lord Russell), stay of process, 520.
-, Windsor Castle, housekeeper, issue for, 399.
-, See also FitzHarding, Viscount.
-, Vestry Royal, Groom of (John Linton), allowances, 319.

Chamberlain, Thomas, collector, 587.
-, -, William, collector, 587.
-, -, -, Collector of Exeter loco Richard Score, 203.

Chamberlains. See Exchequer of Receipt.

Chambers, Mary, royal bounty, 376.
-, -, William and Sheldon, hire of the Dispatch, frigate, 257.

Champante, Mr., account of money remaining in Mr. Thrale's hands at death, 45.
-, attending or to attend Treasury, 45.
-, bills of, 248.
-, letter to, 248.

Champanty, _, claim of, 436.

Chancellary, Director of the, Scotland. See Kerr, C.

Chancery, Lord Keeper. See Harcourt.
-, Receiver General for. See Fazakerly, Sir W.
-, Court of, at Westminster, 66.
-, Court of Wards records, 461.
-, decrees of, 268, 590.
-, Judges, payments to, for salaries, 68.
-, Masters of, salaries, 68, 170, 292, 314, 334, 577.
-, Inn of, tax arrears, 339.

Chaney (Chainey), William, reward for discovering frauds in victualling, 388.
-, - See also Cheyne.

Channel Islands, Guernsey:
-, export of silk to, 313; French weaver from, 629; Lieut. Governor of, 466. See also Spicer, Colonel _.

Chapel Hainault. See Waltham Forest.

Chapel Royal, Children of:
-, Master, 497; medical charge, 497; liveries, 583. See also Blow, Dr. John; Crofts, _.
-, Leeward Islands, bibles and plate for, 264, 339.

Chapels named. See Churches and Chapels.

Chaplains, 122, 144, 350, 490; to Maryland, 184–5; to Virginia, 445; to West Indies, 22. See also Blair, R.; Mitchell, W.

Chaplains in Waiting, Chamberkeeper, allowance, 493.

Chaplin, Charles, deputy Receiver General of Jamaica, appointment, 450.
-, -, Thomas, Master and Keeper of the Tennis Courts and Tennis Plays, payment to, 119.

Chappell Henalt. See Chapel Hainault.
-, - Lands. See Hunstanton Cliff.

Chard, borough of, Recruiting Commissioners for, 170.

Chardin, Sir John, payment to, for royal bounty, 412.

Charibbee Islands. See Leeward and Caribbee Islands.

Charities, Establishment of. See Scotland.

Charity Roll, Scotland, allowance of, 375, 376.

Charles II, annuity granted by, 383, 538, 550.
-, grant from, of duties on lighthouses, 139.
-, grant, of Pennsylvania, 494.
-, grant, to Royal Africa company, 581.
-, grants by, 127, 456, 475.
-, land at Winchester, purchased, 548.
-, Riall pieces, 494.

Charlemont, Viscount. See Caulfield, William.

Charlton, John, Master of the Jewel House, 130, 270.
-, -, Lieutenant _, pension, 344.

Charnock, Thomas, serjeant at arms, 160, 336.

Chase, James, Apothecary in Ordinary to Her Majesty, patent fee, or salary of, 192, 297–8.

Chatham, 356; commander, 469.

Chatham, co. Kent, 137.
-, danger from quarantine to, 164.
-, fortifying docks and buying land at, 72, 335.
-, naval stores, 229.
-, ship at, 95.
-, ships laid up at, 556.
-, victualling office and wharf, 537.
-, Yard at, 356.

Chatham Chest, Governors of the, 93, 95, 453.
-, -, Yard. See Navy-Yards.

Cheapside, Mercers Hall, 338.

Cheasly, Lieutenant Thomas, Lieutenant of the Danbrittoun Castle, lands of, 380.

Chelismore, co. Warwick, manor of, lease of mansion of, 354, 387.

Chelsea, gate to Queen's private roads, 276.

Chelsea Hospital, Royal, 252.
-, abuses in, 320.
-, accounts for, 48.
-, Establishment, 84.
-, false Musters, 442.
-, formation of Invalid Companies, of outpensioners, 315.
-, Governors of, 84.
-, letter to, 386.
-, memorial of, 437.
-, Invalid Companies, of outpensioners, at Tower of London, subsistence, 501.
-, Invalid outpensioners, 231.
-, list of outpensioners, establishment of, 386.
-, outpensioners of, 92, 93, 95, 109, 332, 437, 570.
-, subsistence, etc., 39, 84, 237, 393.
-, pensioners, payments, 562, 563.
-, Regulations for admission of outpensioners, 566.
-, Scotch Invalids, 328, 329.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, Customs officers, 129, 619.

Cheshire, Sergeant, of Counsel for Lord Bulkeley, 80.

Chester Castle, Company of Invalids at, 267.

Chester, City of, tenements in, bad state of repair of, 174.

Chester, co., Crown Lands, Auditor, 375.
-, Distributor of Stamps, 445.
-, See also Foulks, _; Manley, R.
-, Eighteen Months' Assessment, Receiver General of, 519. See also Hollinshead, F.
-, Hundred of Nantwich, 246.
-, Justices of, 170, 283, 292, 296, 334, 360, 561, 576–7, 590. See also Jekyll, Sir J.; Pocklington, J.; Ward, J.
-, land in, 456.
-, Pre and Post Fines of, lease of, 220, 626.
-, Receiver General, of Land Revenue, 365.
-, of Taxes, 178, 183, 206, 236, 421, 428, 514, 560, 589, 623. See also Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.; Whitley, M.
-, salt pits in, 330, 348.
-, Sherifis of, surplusage on account, 267, 351. See also Domvile, W.; Wright, C.
-, Surveyor of House Duties, 270, 361, 629. See also Bacon, _.

Chester Gaol, prisoner in, 348.

Chester Herald. See Heralds.

Chester, Port of, Customs officers, 587–8.

Chester Road, 131.

Chester, Robert, petition, 588.

Chetwynd (Chetwin, Chetwind, Chetwyn), _, 50, 456.
-, attending, or to attend Treasury, 28, 50.
-, bills, 50.
-, bills, issues for, 72.
-, bills of exchange, 402, 413, 416.
-, letter from, 62, 63.
-, letter of, 363.
-, letter re transporting recruits to Barcelona, 561.
-, money disbursed by, in embarkations of the troops for Catalonia, 198.
-, payment for, 82.
-, payment to, 63, 413.
-, petition, 620.
-, review of Prussian recruits, 458.
-, transactions by, state of, 198.
-, - John, H.M. Resident at Turin (Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy), 218, 224, 225, 244, 509, 510.
-, accounts, 97, 443.
-, bills of exchange, 443.
-, desiring payment for contracts, 31.
-, disbursements of, 215.
-, extraordinary charges, war in Piedmont, 238.
-, extraordinaries of, 224, 225.
-, going to Italy, 28.
-, incidents of, 215, 216.
-, instructions for 31, 36, 37, 38, 72, 221, 231, 232, 233, 443.
-, ordinary of, 218.
-, payment, 228.
-, payment by, 38.
-, payment to, 212, 215, 218.
-, petition for arrears of allowance and for reward for services, 31.
-, remittance to, 46.
-, review of Troops by, 97.
-, -, Walter, Master of the Buck and Stag Hounds to the Prince of Denmark, Master of the Queen's Buck Hounds, 316.
-, letter to, 341.
-, payment for bridges and ridings in Windsor Forest, 341.
-, payment to, 252.
-, payments, 259, 285.
-, -, William, H.M. Resident at Genoa (Envoy Extraordinary to the Republic of Genoa), 218.
-, accounts, 97.
-, bills, 31, 34, 64, 84, 87, 89, 97.
-, bills of exchange, 34, 36, 56, 58, 94, 227, 259, 260, 285, 303, 325, 411, 440.
-, interest and discount upon, 55.
-, charge to, 89.
-, corn contracts, 439.
-, embarkation charges, 97.
-, equipage, 216.
-, instructions, 271, 273, 274, 279, 443.
-, instructions for, 221.
-, relating to Embarkations, etc., 31, 36, 61, 87.
-, instructions to, for purchase and payment of supply of corn to Catalonia, 24.
-, relating to Forces in Spain, 56.
-, letters from, 44.
-, letter of, 371.
-, letter to, bills of exchange, 289.
-, loans, 483.
-, ordinary, 216.
-, payment, 483.
-, payment for equipage and ordinary to, 174.
-, payment to, 89, 212.
-, reference to, 205.
-, remittance to, payment out of, 87.
-, revocation of old privy seal for payments to, as Resident of Genoa, 174.
-, to take up money for the Spanish service, 56.
-, -, The two Mr., receipt and payments of money, for Army in Spain, 20.

Cheyne, Lord. See Cheyne, William.
-, - (Chainy), Mr., Surveyor of the Brewery, London, representation of, on frauds in the Victualling, 1, 118.
-, -, William, 2nd Viscount Newhaven and Lord Cheyne, Clerk of the Pipe, 246, 370; patent, 433.
-, - See also Chaney.

Cheyney, William. See Cheyne,

Chichester, Rape of, co. Sussex, Receivers General of, 179, 422, 479. See also Dee, J. and W.

Chidcock (Chidcot), co. Dorset, Customs waiters at, 527.

Chief Justice in Eyre. See Woods and Forests.

Child, John, Receiver General for part of co. Wiltshire, 182; commission, 489; petition, 621.
-, -, Leonard, Receiver General for co. Surrey, 179, 266.

Childers, Leonard, 150.

Chiltington West, co. Sussex, 300.

Chingford Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Chippenham, co. Wiltshire, Receiver General for, 182, 489. See also Baxter, A.

Chocolate, admitted free, 302–3, 460.

Cholmondeley, Hugh, Earl of Cholmondeley, Bailiff of Hundred of Wich Malbank, alias Nantwich, co. Chester, 309–310.
-, lease and offices of Hundred of Nantwich, co. Chester, 246.
-, lease of hundred of Wich Malbank, co. Chester, 375.
-, -, Viscount. See Kells, Robert.

Chomley (Chomeley), Robert, surety for John Weston, 184, 530.

Christ Church, Oxford, Treasurer of, 112; debt of Dr. Woodroofe, 577.

Christening, presents by the Queen of plate for, 334.

Christian, Anne, royal bounty, 438, 602.
-, -, William, petition, 525.

Christ's Hospital, annuity for support of, 1, 132.

Christye, David, tobacco frauds, 295.

Church, Bartholomew, master of the Prophet Daniel, 488.

Churches, New, Commissioners for Building, incident charges, 593; loans, 562.

Churches and Chapels named:
-, Cæsar's Chapel (Tower of London), 94, 165, 275, 382, 498.
-, Chapel Royal, 497, 583.
-, Earl of Peterborough's Chapel, 552.
-, German Lutheran Church in the Savoy, 254, 255, 352.
-, Hainault Chapel, East and West, in Waltham Forest. See Waltham Forest.
-, Hampton Court, 62, 161, 214, 279, 528.
-, Leeward Islands, Chapel Royal, 339.
-, Lichfield Cathedral, co. Stafford, 206.
-, Porchester Church, co. Southampton, 51, 52, 252.
-, Portsmouth, Chapel at, 121.
-, Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, passim.
-, St. Bartholomew, London, 348.
-, St. Botolph, London, 381.
-, St. James's Chapel, 204.
-, St. John the Baptist, Walbrook [London], 381.
-, St. Katharine by the Tower, 263.
-, St. Magnus, London, 381.
-, St. Margaret, Westminster, 472.
-, St. Mary, Woolnoth, 371.
-, St. Michael, Cornhill, 381.
-, St. Paul's Cathedral, 583.
-, St. Peter's Cathedral, York, 210.
-, St. Saviour in the Marshes, York, 210.
-, Salton Church, co. York, 210.
-, Somerset House Chapel, 238.

Churchill, Mr., 89.
-, -, _, late Deputy Treasurer of the Ordnance, accounts, 411.
-, -, Awnsham, bookseller, payment to, for transcripts, 359.
-, -, Charles, Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Denmark, royal bounty and annuity to, 170.
-, -, Colonel Charles, Regiment of, 207, 214, 345, 626.
-, -, John, Master Carpenter, 403.
-, -, -, Duke of Marlborough, 227, 536.
-, Ambassador to the States General, loans to, 483.
-, attending the Treasury, 2, 11, 15, 16, 134, 151.
-, bounty to wounded officers, recommended by, 198, 623.
-, desiring Army payments, 3, 4, 11, 46, 99.
-, grant, for building work at Woodstock Park, 86, 370.
-, lodgings of, 549.
-, Master General of the Ordnance, payment to, for fees, 191.
-, proposal by, for officers for Lord Orkney's Battalions, 199.
-, state of pay received from, 171.
-, treaties with Prince Eugene, for recruits for Catalonia, 72, 310.
-, victualling, in Germany, 402.
-, -, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, Groom of the Stole and First Lady of the Bedchamber, salary, 137, 186–7, 236.

Chute, Edward, debt, 91, 419. See also Austin, _.

Cinque Ports (Rye, Hastings, Winchelsea, Seaford and Pevensey), Receiver General for, 181, 418, 489. See also Tredecroft, N.

Circuit Courts, Scotland, 41, 43, 281, 464, 465, 543.

Civil List, issues or payments, out of, 125, 141, 149, 154, 175, 176, 182, 193, 200, 216, 218, 219, 228, 230, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 457, 460, 469, 471, 490, 495, 547, 553, 554, 566, 572, 576, 577, 581, 597, 603.
-, issues on payment, out of, secret service, 7, 12, 22, 57, 70, 79, 84, 93, 105, 109, 113, 120, 138, 197, 200, 454, 556, 564, 580, 586.
-, for the Household, 80, 168.
-, issues out of, for Lottery expenses, 22.
-, for Robes, 8, 145.
-, to Treasurer of the Chamber, 75, 88, 133.
-, payment out of, for the Privy Purse, 198.
-, to Thomas, Duke of Leeds, 202.
-, to the Treasurer of the Chamber, 63.
-, to University of Oxford, 212.
-, payments, 492, 564.
-, payments out of, to Elizabeth Stockwell, administratrix to Bernard Smith, organ builder to her Majesty, 204.
-, payments, to Judges et al., out of, 170.
-, to the Officers [et al.], in Scotland, 3.
-, repayments, for plate, out of, 87.
-, secret service, 223, 578.
-, - Service funds. See Civil List.

Clancarty, Earl of. See Macarty, D.

Clapboard, from Dantzig, 167, 288, 592.

Clare, co., Crown title to land in, 395.

Clarencieux King at Arms. See Heralds.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, Edward.

Claridge, William, Receiver General for co. Warwick 179.

Clark, transport, Palatines aboard, 244.

Clarke, George, Deputy Auditor of New York, 451; Secretary and Clerk of the Council of New York, leave of absence, 393.
-, -, Josiah, master cooper, Ordnance, Portsmouth, debentures of, 293, 545; surety, 293, 545. See also Gayton, John.
-, -, Mary, apprehension of, 609.
-, -, (Clerke), Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Hereford, 179; accounts, 422, 551; petition, 341.
-, -, Thomas, petition, 615.
-, -, William, land carriageman, Bristol Port, 527.

Claro, co. Yorkshire, Land Tax arrears, 424.

Claver, Josua, petition, 524.

Clavering, co. Norfolk, Receiver General of House Duties, 489.

Clayton, Mr., attending the Treasury, 7.
-, -, Mr., borrowing from Bank, 3, 126.
-, -, _, certificate of, 496.
-, -, Richard and Robert, land in St. Christopher, 418, 459.
-, -, William, Agent for Taxes, 120, 130, 288; appointment of, 171; salary, 246, 485.
-, -, -, Lottery business, 359, 361.

Clegeroge. See Clygyrog.

Cleland, Margaret, widow, royal bounty, 545. See also Lindsay, D.

Clements, Thomas, Sheriff of Bristol, 351.

Clerk, John, Baron of the Exchequer, Scotland, 123.
-, - See also Clarke.

Clerk of the Cheque to the Messengers [of the Chamber], 173.

Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, lands in, 153, 395.

Clerks and Apprentices, Office of, Registrar and Comptroller, salary, 245, 608. See also Montague, J.
-, clerk to, salary, 245, 608. See also Hughes, J.
-, duties on, 403.

Clermont, Lord. See Middleton, John.

Cleveland Court, 422.

Cleveland, yacht, clearance of, 469.

Clifton, Dartmouth, co. Devon, perpetual annuity of, 481.

Clifton and Wixamtree co. Bedford, Land Tax arrears, 426.

Cliftown, Grifdome of Roxburgh, land in, 369.

Cligizog. See Clygyrog.

Cligozoge. See Clygyrog.

Clockmaker, 184. See also Creston, C. in Ordinary to the Queen, 200. See also Herbert, T.

Cloyne, Lord Bishop of. See Crow, Charles.

Clyde, the, ports of discharge on, 542.

Clygyrog, Cligozoge alias Cligizog, village in Tal y Bolion, co. Anglesea.
-, annual rent of ground etc., in, 174, 494, 620.

Coals, Duties on [9 Anne c. 6, 17], 199, 204, 323, 446:
-, loans on for building new churches, 562.
-, for House of Commons, 152.
-, for the Army, 48.

Coates, James, of Cripplegate, assignment of annuity, 347, 464. See also Gregory, A.

Cobb Pier, Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, annuity for repair of, 58, 271.

Cobb, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Southampton, security, 522.
-, -, -, tidesman, 587.

Cobham, co. Surrey, 184.

Cock, Mary, pension of, 191, 296, 299. See also Bertie, R.
-, -, William, petition, 568.

Cockburn, Adam, of Ormistoun, Lord of Session, Scotland, 121, 349.
-, -, Sir Archibald of Langtown, Heritable Usher, Scotland, assignees, 122, 350.

Cockerell (Cockerill), Daniel, Receiver General of Taxes and House Duties, co. Norfolk, salary, 503.

Cockpit, house near, 472.

Cockran, William, of Kilmarnock, 542.

Cocks, John, Keeper of the Council Chamber:
-, salary, 191, 297, 302, 387; executors, 387, 593. See also Cox, _.

Cockshot Hill Coppice. See Wychwood Forest.

Cocoa, duty on, 500, 554; prize, 567; seized, 554.

Coggan, John, petition, 629.
-, -, Robert, lease of manor house of Epworth, co. Lincoln, 303.

Coggrave, Sam, master of the Baltic, 592.

Coin, counterfeiting of, apprehensions, 222.

Coins, crowns and sols, rates of exchange, 35, 46, 59, 60, 64, 76, 97, 116, 216, 227, 244, 289, 291, 327, 458, 505–13, 605.
-, deniers, 215–6, 510.
-, dollars:
-, from prize ships, 51, 89, 99, 100; rates of exchange, 54, 64, 69, 77, 89, 255, 306, 612–5; recoining of, 99, 100, 571.
-, ducats, 507.
-, farthings:
-, coining of, 96; copper, 624.
-, guilders and stivers, for Army extraordinaries, 100.
-, rates of exchange, 6, 9, 12, 14, 16, 20, 25, 36, 64, 69, 76, 81, 83, 84, 86, 91, 112, 115, 133, 145, 157, 170, 188, 291, 303, 327, 360, 378, 396, 420, 493, 505–6, 511–14.
-, halfpence, copper, 624.
-, livres, 215, 216, 258, 505, 510.
-, milreis, rates of exchange, 81–2, 85, 108, 361, 505–6, 508–9.
-, moidores (moydas), 511; gold, loss of, 182.
-, pieces of Eight, 314, 377, 394, 413;
-, captured, 50, 60, 89, 223, 254, 569; Mexican, 355, 507; Pillar, 356–7, 507; rates of exchange, 76, 505, 507–8; remittance of, 48.
-, pistoles:
-, paid in Spain, 115–6; rates of exchange, 508, 598, 606.
-, reis, rate of exchange, 508.
-, rial pieces, Spanish, value of, 88, 103, 409, 494.
-, rix dollars, rates of exchange, 98–9, 465, 512, 514.
-, sols. See Coins, Crowns.
-, stivers. See Coins—guilders.
-, tin coinage, 91.

Coke, Mrs. _, picture of Queen for, 497.
-, -, Thomas, Vice Chamberlain of the Household, allowance, 137, 236, 337, 549.
-, - See also Cook.

Colchester port, co. Essex, boatmen, 587.

Colshett, Thomas, letter of, 335.

Coldstream Guards:
-, clearings of, 422–3;
-, detachments of in Spain, 454, 458–9, 467;
-, loss of money at sea, 300.

Cole, Christian, Secretary at Venice, payment, 482.
-, -, John, Master cooper, Victualling office, Tower Hill, dismissal, 389.
-, -, Richard, parchment maker, stamps distributor within the co. of Southampton, 152.
-, -, Robert, Agent and Consul at Algiers, payment to, 482.
-, -, Thomas, Collector of Customs, Cowes, 268.
-, -, -, petition, 627.

Colebrook, James, payments to, 53, 259, 288.

Colecroft, Robert, clerk, General Post Office, salary, 589.

Coleman, John, apprehended for burglary, 406.

Coles, George, under clerk, House of Commons, 559.

College, Edith, royal bounty, 438, 600.

College of Arms, Earl Marshal (Duke of Norfolk), Court of Wards records, 461.
-, Deputy Earl Marshal (Earl of Suffolk and Bindon), Court of Wards records, 460, 461, 462.
-, Garter King of Arms, 462.
-, Heralds and Pursuivants, payments, 297, 299.

Collet, Benjamin, John and Henry, petition, sureties, 524.

Colley, George, clerk, General Post Office, salary, 589.

Collin, co. Dumfermline, 121.

Collins, Francis, 135.
-, -, James, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, co. York, 141; dismissed, 284.
-, -, William, complaint of, 618.
-, -, -, waiter and searcher at Bideford, 166.

Collyer, _, Solicitor of the Treasury, appointment, 17.

Colonies and plantations, Customs, officers, Salaries (1710), 127.
-, Governors of, allowances to, for transporting goods, not to be made in future, 4, 45, 59.
-, Northern, pitch pines in, 134.
-, produce of, 134.
-, oak timber in, 134.
-, revenues, 92.
-, ship trading to, 167.

Colson, Jasper, petition, 524.

Colton, Mr., purchase of part of Mr. Weston's estate by, 184.

Colvill. See Cotteril.

Colyear, David, Earl of Portmore, Commander in Chief of the Forces in Portugal, 82, 87, 96, 213, 217–8, 334, 366, 407, 552; allowance for establishment of, 35, 48; non-effective pay of regiments, 63; payment of Portuguese subsidy, 63. See also Army—Abroad.
-, Governor of Gibraltar, reinforcements ordered to, 108; stores for, 262.
-, Regiment of, 174, 618, 620; agent of, 151; offreckonings, 335.

Combauld, Peter, bills of exchange, 258.

Comeltroe, co. Somerset, 499.

Common Pleas, Court of, 66, Clerk of the Estreats in, 155, 299. See also East, W.
-, Ireland, double, seal of, 435.
-, Officers of, fees to, 200.

Common Prayer Books, 121, 552.

Commons, House of, 21, 37, 43, 44, 126.
-, account of legal charges desired by, 185.
-, Address of, 126, 131, 134.
-, Committee of Enquiry for inspecting accounts of the Army in Spain and Portugal, 72, 74, 306–7.
-, desires account of all pensions, 133–4.
-, desiring Commission constituting Trustees for distributing the charity collected for the poor Palatines, 147.
-, grants in pursuance of, 131.
-, plate for coinage, 87, 276, 392.
-, Army Estimates, 453.
-, Bill before, for preserving the pines in New England, New Hampshire, etc., 135.
-, Bill for duty on hides, 241–2.
-, Bristol, merchants of, 431.
-, clerks of, payment to, 559.
-, See also Coles, G.; Courthorpe, J.; Hicks, B.; Hooks, J.; Staples, E.
-, Committee of, Bill for sale of divers manors of Viscount Montagu, 19.
-, Navy and Victualling debts, 378.
-, on Sir Peter King's Bill, 19.
-, report of, false Musters, 320, 330, 442.
-, Customs duties, 427.
-, demands, to be laid before, 58.
-, disbursements, for necessaries, etc., for, 152.
-, Exchequer, funds of the, 596.
-, Groom Porter of, payment to, 498. See also Archer, T.
-, Housekeeper of, payment to, 559. See also Smith, T.
-, impeachment of, Dr. Sacheverell, fees, 283.
-, Ireland:
-, Committee for Public Accounts, report of, 373; Speaker of 348; allowance to, 260.
-, Members letters, 371.
-, petitioners applying to, 40.
-, private Bills, 623.
-, Resolution of, frauds in Victualling, 388.
-, Serjeant at Arms, payment to, 152, 160, 336, 559. See also Wibergh, T.
-, Speaker of, allowances, 256, 311, 582. See also Bromley, W.
-, See also Cabinet Council.

Compere, Leonard, Receiver General of Jamaica, appointment, 450.

Compter, The, Wood Street, prisoners in, 414, 428, 561.

Compton, Spencer, royal bounty to, 142.
-, to have 400l. per an., in consideration of his services as Treasurer to the late Prince of Denmark, 142.
-, to pay annuity, 140.

Concealed Lands, Discoverer of, Office of. See Scotland.

Concord, quarantine, 213.
-, -, of Leith, wine seized on, 238.

Conduit, _, Judge Advocate in Portugal, payment to, 115, 595.

Condy, Elizabeth, payment, 612.

Congress, demands to be made at, 116.
-, debts due from Allies, 597.

Coningsby, Lord Thomas, a Commissioner for South Sea Trade, 321.

Connecticut, N. America:
-, charter government, 448;
-, Collectors of Customs in, 162; Narragansett, chaplains going to, 439, 544; revenue of, 449.

Constance, master, 594; stoppage of, 594. See also Mohrsen, Christian, Fred.

Continued Impositions. See Customs—Duties.

Conway, Edward, Receiver General for County and City of Chester and for Counties Denbigh and Flint, 178, 421.
-, -, Eleanor, royal bounty, 438, 602.

Conyers, Sir John, stay of process, 523. See also Mason, John.

Cook, Isaac, reward for apprehending highwaymen, 408.
-, -, John, Clerk of the Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, fees and allowances of, 189–90.
-, -, -, payment, 297.
-, -, Sir John, Clerk of the Pipe, executors of, 118, 370.
-, -, Ralph, royal bounty, 473; loans, on tin, 490.
-, -, Thomas, house of, 472.
-, -, Sir Thomas, stay of process, 520.
-, - See also Coke.

Cookham and Bray, manor of, co. Berks., 173.

Cooper, Agnata, Woman of the Bedchamber, allowances, 138, 183, 236, 337, 549.
-, -, John, chaplain, royal bounty for, 224.
-, -, (Cowper), John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Northampton, accounts, processes against, 1, 19, 21, 29, 30, 75, 218, 229, 256, 360, 503, 620.

Coopers, 40, 117, 118.

Copenhagen, Minister at, 295, 431. See also Pulteney, D.

Copper:
-, farthings.
-, halfpence.
-, See coins.

Coram, Thomas, information of, concerning produce of naval stores in New England, 134, 135.

Corbet (Corbett), Captain Andrew, payment, 280.
-, -, John, clerk, Office of Pells, payment, 225.
-, -, Colonel John, Governor of Maryland, appointment, 397, 451.

Corbin, _, naval officer, Rappahannock River, Virginia, 371, 405.

Cork, Ireland, 593; Governor of, 254–5, 264, 504, 555. See also Jeffryes, Sir J.
-, pistoles shipped to, 606; regiments embarked at, 168; transports from, 555; unserviceable arms at, 371.

Corker, Robert, payments to for tin, 91, 226, 417; petition, 629.

Corn contracts for, 18, 94; exported, 11, 24, 98, 445, 469.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Edward,; Hyde Henry.

Cornelison, William Hendrick, petition, 594.

Cornwall, Captain Charles, flag pay, issue for, 83, 356, 369.

Cornwall, co., Distributor of Stamps for 235.
-, Mounts Bay, ships seized at, 331.
-, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenue, 393.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for, 180. See also Manaton, F.
-, Sheriff of, 313. See also Orchard, P.
-, tin:
-, agents for, 628; contracts, 615; output, 91; surplus, 625.

Cornwall, Duchy of, Auditor and Receiver General:
-, annuities and pensions paid by, 63, 133, 383; salary of Surveyor General of Crown Lands paid by, 284, 435.
-, Deputy Auditor of, 221.
-, grants of land, 81, 221, 264, 354, 378; leases, 221, 354.

Cornwall, Duke of (Charles I), grants of land by, 354.

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord Cornwallis, Mortgage of Aulnage Duties, 358; patent, 551.
-, -, Lord. See Cornwallis, Charles.
-, -, Thomas, royal bounty, 359, 438, 602.

Coronation, master, 202; quarantine, 202, 213, 489.

Corre, Dean of, sons of, 317. See also Gras, Gasper.

Cosby, Captain, _, letter carrier from King of Spain, payment to, 54, 58.

Costa, John Mendez da, bills of exchange, 63–4, 69; ships of, 389.

Costorphin, Margaret, petition, 629.

Cotterell (Cottrell), Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 151; executors, 155, 299, 336; house of, 551–2.
-, -, Sir Clement, Master of the Ceremonies, payments to, 143, 151, 155, 214, 283, 295, 298–9, 370, 398, 414, 441.
-, -, Margaret, royal bounty, 376.

Cotton, captured, 615–6.

Cotton House, Gardens of, gardener, 533.

Cotton Library, Keepers of, 155, 245, 299, 360. See also Bentley, Dr. R.; Hanbury, _.

Cottrell. See Cotterell.

Council. See Privy Council.

Councill House, master, 288; quarantine, 288.

Counter, The. See Compter, The.

Coupland, William, dismissed boatman, 587.

Court, Inns of, tax arrears, 339.

Courties, Thomas, petitions, ships and wine seized, 127, 321, 466, 584, 618, 629.

Courtney, George, Vice-Admiral of co. Devon, agent; memorial of, salvage of prize wines, 468.
-, See also Cove, Nicholas.
-, -, William, petitions of, 201, 539.
-, See also Rice, Colonel, John.

Coutelle, Nicholas, petitions, import and export of silk, 313, 564, 588–9, 629.

Couthope, James, under clerk House of Commons, 559.

Couts, Thomas, petitions of, 167, 472, 592.

Cove, Nicholas, agent of Vice-Admiral of co. Devon, salvage of prize wines, 468. See also Courtney, George.

Coventry, City of, co. Warwick, Citizens of, lease of lands, parcel of the manor of Chelismore, 264. 354, 387.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 181, 412, 489, 584. See also Newsham, T.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, Collectors of Customs, 268.

Cowley, Lieutenant Edward, pension, 344.

Cowper, Shuny, of West Chiltington, co. Sussex, outlawry, 300.
-, -, William, Lord Chancellor, 524.
-, -, See also Cooper.

Cox, Mr., attending the Treasury, 7, 8.

Cox, Charles, Justice of Brecon, Glamorgan and Radnor, salary, 283, 593, 601.
-, -, George, payment, 612.
-, -, John, Comptroller of Customs, Lynn Regis, 542.
-, -, See also Cocks.

Crabb, Thomas, a bankrupt, surety for, 161–2, 221. See also Payne, Robert.

Cracherode. See Crochrode.

Craggs, James, Clerk of the Deliveries of the Ordnance, payment to, for fees, 88, 191.
-, -, -, Resident at Court of King of Spain, equipage, 229; ordinary, 229, 482.

Cranborne, [co. Dorset], keeper, steward and bailiff of, allowances, 455. See also Jones, R.

Crane, owner, 246; quarantine, 246.

Cranehill Coppice. See Pollard Coppice.

Cranmer, Joseph, secondary in the Office of the Pipe, salary, 406.

Craven, Charles, Governor of Carolina, bond, 212.
-, -, William Lord Craven, bond of Charles Craven, 212.
-, -, -, 3rd Lord Craven, lease of Chelismore (Cheylesmore) House, co. Warwick, 264, 354, 387.

Crawford, Mr., to attend Treasury, 212.
-, -, David, Deputy Commissary of Musters 28, 41, 326, 361, 407, 417, 629.
-, See also War Office, Musters.
-, -, Jean, royal bounty, 376.

Crawthorpe (Cawthorpe), Thomas, stay of process, 468.
-, -, William, Receiver General for Lindsey Division, co. Lincoln, accounts, 468.

Creanton, [? Creauton] Lieutenant Colonel, pension, 394.

Creighton, Colonel David, Regiment of, unserviceable arms, 371.

Cresset, James, stay of process, 520.

Creston, Charles, clockmaker, 184.

Crisp, _, account of sales of East India goods, 13.
-, -, -, attending the Treasury, 13.

Crissfield, Thomas, stay of process, 525.

Critz (Critty), Thomas de, Sergeant at Arms, board wages, 336; fees, 160.

Crochrode (Cracherode), Anthony, discharge of process, 523.

Crofts, _, liveries for children of the Chapels Royal, 583.

Crokat, John, employed in sending away Palatines, 183, 199, 200, 244.
-, See also Palatines, Poor.

Cromarty (Cromartie), Earl of. See Mackenzie, George.
-, -, North Britain, ships at, 213.

Cromp, Lawrence, York Herald, fees and salary, 192.

Crooke, John, Marshal of the Trained Bands, payment, 553.

Crooke, South. See Menai.

Crosbie, William, Collector of Excise, 162, 270–1.

Crosby, John, petition, 592.
-, -, Captain William, expenses of, 257.

Crosfield, William, assignee, 500. See also Richards, Thomas.

Crow (Crowe), Charles, Lord Bishop of Cloyne, lands of, 203.
-, -, Mr., stamps distributor, co. Southampton, 152.

Crowch, William, petition, 629.

Crowley, Sir Ambrose, discharge of ships from quarantine, 407; payment by, 613.

Crown, Clerk of the, 60, 144, 146, 276, 298, 299, 333, 381. See also Harcourt, R. and S.
-, Clerk of the, Ireland, payment to, 260.
-, debts due to, 151, 178, 183–4.
-, fee farm rents. See Fee farm rents.
-, grants of, 98.
-, indemnification from, 164.
-, law charges, 19, 79, 90, 119, 185.
-, perquisites and allowances of Black Rod released to, 190.
-, reversions to, 430.
-, title to grant of concealed lands, 169.

Crown, quarantine, 489.

Crown (Crowne), John, royal bounty, 348, 416, 438, 602.

CROWN LANDS, 153.
-, Chester, co. of, Auditor, 375.
-, Chester, co. of, revisionary lease of Pre Fines and Post Fines of, 220.
-, Chester, county Palatine of, and North Wales, late Receiver General of Land Revenues, Daniel Peck, accounts, 365.
-, Chester, co. Chester, reversionary lease of Pre Fines and Post Fines of, 220.
-, Cornwall, co. of, Receiver General (_ Hooker), letter, 393; rent of Pendennis Castle, 394.
-, Flint, co. Flint, reversionary lease of Pre Fines and Post Fines of, 220.
-, grants of, under seal of the Duchy of Cornwall, 81.
-, Hampshire, co. of, Auditor of rents, letter to, 351; land revenue of, 351.
-, house built on, 80.
-, Isle of Wight, land revenue of, 351.
-, repairs to governor's house, 351.
-, Kent, co. of, Manor of Greenwich, office of Steward, 405.
-, Lancaster, co. of, West Leigh, rectory of, seizure of, 386.
-, lead mines, 427.
-, Leicester co. of, late Receiver of Revenue, Thos. Hewitt, petition, 364.
-, Lincoln, co. of, late Receiver of Revenue, Thos, Hewitt, petition, 364.
-, named:
-, More Park, 200.
-, Northumberland, co. of, fulling mill at, Newminster, lease, 224.
-, Nottingham, co. of, late Receiver of Revenue, Thos. Hewitt, petition, 364.
-, Office of, state of records of, 630.
-, Oxford, co. of, Honour of Ewelme, Stewardship of Courts of, 624.
-, proposal to set up machinery on, near Boston, 185–6.
-, Revenues, Auditors of, 80, 95, 144, 160, 214, 323, 378, 430, 455, 472. See also Jett, T.
-, Estate of Queen Dowager, reverted to the Crown, 430.
-, Land Tax, arrears of, 378.
-, Southampton, co. of, Alice Holt and Woolmer Forests, encroachments, 224.
-, office of Ranger, 224.
-, Surveyor General of, John Manley:
-, allowance to, 611.
-, Anglesey, co. of, arable and waste lands, lease, 494, 495; ratal, 494, 495.
-, Anglesey, co. of, South Crook Ferry, Menai River, N. Wales, 620.
-, attending the Treasury, 67.
-, Berkshire, co. of, Windsor, Mote Parke, tithes, 625.
-, Carnarvon, co. of, Arable and waste lands, lease, 494, 495; ratal, 494, 495.
-, Chester, co. of, Wich Malbank, Hundred of, constat and ratal, 375; lease of, 375.
-, lease of Handbridge, manor, 622.
-, Cornwall, Duchy of, fee from, 284.
-, salary of Surveyor General paid out of revenue of, 435.
-, fine rated by, 144.
-, Gloucester, co. of, Gloucester Castle, Constable of, (Charles Hyett), 626.
-, lease of fulling mills near Newminster, co. Northumberland, 621.
-, letters to, 254, 255, 352, 405, 420, 431, 466, 533, 548.
-, Anglesey, co. of, the Skerries, lighthouse on, 533.
-, Kent, co. of, Greenwich Park, lease of stables, 405.
-, London and Westminster, St. James's, Bailiwick of, leases, 352.
-, London and Middle-sex, Savoy, Lutheran Chapel, grant, 255.
-, Scotland Yard, lease of houses in, 431.
-, minerals, 466.
-, River Severn, searcher and water bailiff, report on, 420.
-, royalties, 466.
-, Southampton, co. of, land at Winchester, purchased by Charles II, 548.
-, woods, 466.
-, memorial and papers referred to, for report, 54.
-, Norfolk, co. of, Bedford Level, parochial tithes, 592; ratal, 592.
-, Bullingbrook Level, [recte Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln (Lindsey)], parochial tithes, 592; ratal, 592.
-, Mounson's Level, parochial tithes, 592; ratal, 592.
-, Thomas's Level, parochial tithes, 592; ratal, 592.
-, particular of lands required from, 140.
-, Petition of Charles Hyett referred to, 201.
-, petition referred to, 172.
-, Pre and Post fines of Cheshire, Chester and Flint, reversionary lease of, 626.
-, ratals of, 214, 221, 375, 494, 495, 592.
-, references to, 220, 224, 246, 263, 264, 266, 271, 277, 305, 331, 341, 342, 347, 352, 377, 378, 397, 399, 427, 433, 447, 456, 491, 499, 555, 574, 575, 578, 620, 622, 624, 625, 629, 632, 633.
-, Anglesey, co. of, lease of land in Clegizoge [Clygyrog], in Tal-yrog], Bolion, 620.
-, Menai River, grant of South Crook Ferry, 271.
-, Brecon, co. of, Manor of Hay Wallensis, lease, 305.
-, Carmarthen, co. of, Eglyschemyn [Eglwys Cymmin], lease of mill, 433.
-, Chester, co. of, Hundred of Nantwich, extension of lease, 246.
-, Cornwall, Duchy of, Exeter Castle, lease of site, 377, 378.
-, Devon, co. of, Plymouth, land, Lambhay, 447.
-, Durham, co. of, Forest of Teesdale, lead mines, 427.
-, grant, 456.
-, Gloucester, co. of, Gloucester Castle, office of Constable of, 277.
-, Kent, co. of, Greenwich Hospital site, 574, 575.
-, Manor of East Greenwich, encroachments, 491.
-, lease of house, Henry, Earl of Rochester, 331.
-, Lincoln, co. of, Manor of Epworth, lease of manor house and site, 303.
-, London and Westminster, lease of land in Round Rundles [St. Martin's-in-the-Fields], 620.
-, lease of land in Swallowfield [St. Martins-in-the-Fields], 620.
-, lease of messuage, Pall Mall, 266.
-, Savoy, lease of land, 305.
-, Westminster Palace, lease of ground, in Scotland Yard, 331.
-, Norfolk, co. of, Bedford Level, Lease of tithes, 347.
-, Oxford, co. of, Honor and Manor of Ew Elm, lease, 575.
-, Wychwood Forest, lease for lives of lands in, 399.
-, River Severn, water bailiff, 341, 342.
-, Somerset, co. of, Hundred of Milverton, steward, 499.
-, Warwick, co. of, Cheylesmore, lands in, lease, 264.
-, will of John Lewin, 263.
-, York, co. of, manor of Aclom [Acklam] fine, lease of, 352.
-, Sharleston, lease for three lives of two tenements in, 397.
-, report of, 352, 354, 405, 592, 608, 630, 631.
-, Bradninch, tenement in, 354.
-, London and Westminster, Savoy, High German Lutheran Church in, 352.
-, London and Middlesex, Whitehall, lease of house, report on, 405.
-, Warwick, co. of, Chelismore, lease of mansion house of, 354.
-, on petitions, 80, 82.
-, warrants to, 309, 310, 368, 472, 592, 608.
-, Anglesey, co. of, Commote of Taly-Bolion, lease of South Crook ferry, Menai River, 368.
-, Chester, co. of, Hundred of Wich Malbank alias Nantwich:
-, bailiff, 309, 310; fine, 309, 310; lease, 309, 310; valuation, 309, 310.
-, London and Westminster, St. James's, Bailiwick of, Pall Mall Field, lease of tenements, in St. James's Street, 310.
-, Warwick, co. of, Manor of Chelismore, ratal of, 387.
-, York (N.R.), co. of, Arkingarthdale Forest, grant of, 343.
-, See also Manley, J.
-, See also Travers, S.
-, the late (_ Harbord), 309.
-, report on petition, 200.
-, (Samuel Travers), allowances, 431, 432. salary, 435, 436.
-, The Savoy, church in, 555. ground in, 632.
-, Warwick, co. of, Auditor, 364.
-, late Receiver of Revenue, Thos. Hewitt, petition, 364.
-, York, city of, Lease of messuage called Kirkstall Ings alias Folly Ings, 491; formerly land of Savoy dissolved Hospital, 608.

Crown Manors, Aclom (Acklam) co. York, 352.
-, Athlone, 456, 457, 624.
-, Chelismore (co. Warwick), 387.
-, Epworth, co. Lincolnshire, 303.
-, Ew Elm, co. Oxford, lease, 575.
-, Greenwich, East, co. Kent, 491.
-, Handbridge manor [co. Chester], 174, 622.
-, Hay Wallensis, 305.

Crown Revenues, Auditor for. co. York, warrant dormant to, 210.
-, late Auditor, Henry Shales, reference to, 210; report of, 210.
-, co. York, pensions payable to prebends of Wilton, Salton St. Saviour in the marches and York Cathedral, 210.

Crowns. See Coins.

Cruizers and Convoys Act [6 Anne, c. 65], 353.

Crumlington, Lancelot, petition, 524.

Culin, Duties on, etc., [8 Anne, c. 10], Act for continuing, overplus moneys arising by, 171.

Culliford, William, debt, 556, 603–4.
-, See also Hyde, Edward.

Cumberland, co. of, Receivers General of Taxes and House Duties, 179, 459, 514. See also Brougham T.; Howe, J.; Huddleston, A.; Lamb, T.

Cuming, Sir Alexander, Resident in the Netherlands, commission, 543.

Cummins, _, payment to, for mending a picture of Queen Elizabeth, 143.

Cunninghame, Margaret, royal bounty, 376.

Currie, Scotland, tithes of, 594. See also Taylor, R.

Cusack, Colonel Charles, pay of, 405.

Cusack, Mary, 405.

CUSTOMS, England and Wales.
-, account books, 13.
-, account of, 119.
-, accounts, 434, 611.
-, America North, Maryland, Putuxent, Collector, George Muschamp, accounts, 366, 367.
-, Baker, _, surveyor, 587.
-, Barbados, revenue, 475.
-, boatmen, 129, 586, 587.
-, appointments, 129.
-, Book of Rates, 427.
-, Cashier, Henry Ferne, 119, 121, 148.
-, account, of application of the customs, payment for, 336.
-, fees, of Office of the Pipe, 336, 381.
-, incidents bill, 165.
-, letter to, accounts, 409.
-, Messenger of the Chamber attending, John Thorowkettle, allowance, 249.
-, payments by, 185, 426.
-, payments of salary by, 136.
-, payment to Christopher Tilson, 262.
-, warrants to, 206, 294, 319, 381, 484, 548, 576, 602, 604.
-, joining tallies, 435.
-, London, Queen's Waiter, Nicholas Mann, salary, 347.
-, See also Ferne, Henry.
-, chocolate admitted, 460.
-, coastwaiters, 130.
-, appointments, 130.
-, Collector of, at Shoreham, Sussex. See Aldercey, A.
-, Collectors, 166, 586.
-, bills drawn upon Treasurer of the Navy, 57.
-, Colonies and Plantations. See Colonies and Plantations.
-, commissioners, 1, 4, 11, 84, 94, 103, 110, 118, 119, 129, 148, 158, 162, 166, 167, 198, 200, 202 and passim.
-, accounts of French wine, 55.
-, airing of goods, 213.
-, baggage admitted, 548.
-, Baltic, quarantine for ships from, 417, 419.
-, bonds delivered up, 204.
-, brandy imported, 621.
-, Bristol, late gauger, Edward Bromley, 625, 626.
-, building houses for airing quarantine goods, petition against, 137.
-, Canary Island, export of grain to, 491.
-, cargoes seized, 210.
-, detention of goods, 534, 535.
-, discharges without quarantine, 610.
-, discovering frauds, 631.
-, duties on unrated goods, 333.
-, export of corn, 458.
-, free landing of prize goods, 592.
-, goods sealed, 552, 591.
-, Gravesend, Commander of Customs vessel, Captain John Nash, seizure by, 214.
-, letters to, 213, 496, 577.
-, America North, Surveyor General of Customs, Colonel Quarry, report of, 366.
-, baggage passed, 554.
-, Baltic, plague in, 397.
-, Barbados, ships entered and cleared, 333.
-, chocolate imported, 303.
-, clandestine trade with France, 423.
-, compositions with debtors, 471.
-, Danish prize at Hull, 306.
-, diplomatic entry, 487.
-, East India Company, ships of, customs payments, 534, 535.
-, envoys, equipage, 583.
-, export of tobacco, to Isle of Man, 270.
-, form of certificate for ships passing through the Sound, 401.
-, Gravesend, Dutch sea officers imprisoned, 292.
-, imported playing cards, 342.
-, Leith, improvement of, 242.
-, London, coastwaiter, William Hagley, substitute for Kettleby Owen, absence of, 420.
-, free wharfs and keys, 420.
-, Lustring Company, state of, 397.
-, outport books at Exchequer, 338.
-, permit diplomatic packages, 364.
-, Plantations, improving revenue upon tobacco, 279.
-, Prince of Darmstadt, goods sealed, 427.
-, quarantine, 561.
-, Rappahanock River, naval officer at, 405.
-, release of ships from quarantine, 207.
-, rewards, 326.
-, stays of process, 530.
-, tiles from Holland for Morocco Ambassador, 402.
-, tobacco bonds, 492.
-, London, watchman, John Karver, loco John Harison, 248.
-, Medway, quarantine in, 440, 619.
-, memorial of, repayment of Land Tax anno 1711, 438.
-, money seized, 606.
-, New York, Collectors and Receiver General of Revenue, 318.
-, Padstow, ships and cargoes seized at, 584.
-, [pensions payable by], 134.
-, petition, of merchants of Glasgow, 234.
-, petitions referred to, 127, 130, 137, 148, 150, 162, 167, 169, 173, 174, 188.
-, See also Customs, Commissioners — references to.
-, Plantations, revenue, etc., 380.
-, plate held, 585.
-, presentment from, concerning quarantine, 147.
-, presentments of, customable goods run in royal yachts, 410.
-, quarantine, 229.
-, discharges from, 202, 591, 592.
-, in Stangate Creek, 621.
-, officer appointed by, 163.
-, releases from 235.
-, references to, 204, 220, 539, 592, 599, 615, 616, 619, 624, 629, 630, 631.
-, See also Customs, Commissioners — petitions referred to.
-, bonds, 339.
-, for wine duties, 279.
-, interest charges, 267.
-, duty on cocoa, 500.
-, export of money, 606.
-, French prize, Hope, 619.
-, great bugles shipped to Africa, 341.
-, Italian silk seized, 293.
-, Portsmouth, Collector, Samuel Binks, petition, 395.
-, seizure of the St. John, St. Peter and Anna Petronella, 263.
-, silk, export of, 313.
-, tobacco bonds, 292.
-, uncustomed goods at the Jew's Synagogue, 372.
-, wharfes at Bridge House, Southwark, 372.
-, wine imported to Scotland, 619.
-, release of ships from quarantine, 213.
-, reports, 102, 140, 210, 564, 578, 631.
-, cocoa seized, 555.
-, Dutch sea officers imprisoned, 309.
-, of seizure of wine, 214.
-, on letter, 177.
-, on petitions, 8, 98, 103, 152, 164, 167, 177.
-, wine seized, 625.
-, Scotland. See Scotland.
-, seizure of ships, 203.
-, ships passing [through] the Sounds, 393.
-, silk imported, 564.
-, to apprehend — Campbell, 188.
-, tobacco bonds, 571.
-, to hasten in arrears, 54.
-, to permit prize ship to proceed without unlanding, 140.
-, to release ship from quarantine, 148.
-, to report on complaint, 156.
-, to report on draft bill, 154.
-, to report on petition, 170, 188.
-, transportation of wool, 384.
-, warrants to, 213, 564.
-, accomptants in arrear, process against, 409.
-, Baltic, bonds to avoid plague-infected places, 419.
-, bonds delivered up, 574.
-, Bristol, landcar-riageman, Hugh Henry, loco William Clark, 527.
-, cocoa, in bond, 567; prize, 567.
-, collector Alfred Lawson, salary, 268; late collector, Arthur Warwick, 268.
-, debentures, 574.
-, discharges from quarantine, 246, 488, 489.
-, drawbacks, 574.
-, London, tidesman, William Kiplin, 269; late tidesman, Samuel Sacheverell, 269.
-, Newhaven, Riding officer, Henry Swayland loco John Reeves, affidavits of, 384; appointment of, 384.
-, releases from quarantine, 288.
-, unrated goods, loss of duties on, 427.
-, West Indies, duties on prize goods, 625.
-, wines of naval ships, 591.
-, Comptroller of Accounts, Rowland Holt, stay of process, 522.
-, cotton seized, 616.
-, debt to, 173.
-, dismissal of John Ellesdon, 321.
-, Dutch sea officers imprisoned, 532.
-, Duties, Aliens' Duty (or Petty Custom), Surveyor of the, office of, 136.
-, Additional Impositions, distribution of revenue from, 163.
-, payments out of revenue of, 205.
-, revenue, 339.
-, Continued Impositions, distribution of income, 290.
-, distribution of revenue from, 163.
-, income from distribution and application of, 132.
-, issue to deficient funds, 239.
-, payments out of revenue of, 205.
-, revenue, 339.
-, Four and a Half per cent., accounts, 256.
-, report about, 177.
-, See also Four and a Half per cent.
-, Duty.
-, imports free of, by Act of Parliament, 103.
-, Impositions and Duties, continuing of several (as by the Act 7 Anne, c. 31), loans on, 150.
-, interest on, 150.
-, Impositions and Duties anno 1710 [8 Anne c. 14], tallies on, 377.
-, Impositions and Duties [8 Anne c. 14; 9 Anne c. 15], subscriptions into South Sea Stock, 557.
-, on East India goods, bonds for, 84.
-, on French goods (as by 7–8 Wm. III, c. 20, Twenty Five per cent. Duty), payments out of, 126.
-, surplusage, 307.
-, on Spanish brandies, petition for abatement of, 136.
-, on unrated East India goods, 9, 13, 21, 146.
-, loss by present method of computing, 21.
-, on wines, 148.
-, Tonnage and Poundage, Additional Tonnage arrears, payments out of, 551.
-, Half Subsidies, etc., anno 1708, continuing of (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 73), loans on, 150.
-, continuing of (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 73), loans on, interest on, 150.
-, One Third (as by 2–3 Anne, c. 18), payments out of, 219, 551.
-, See also Wines, French.
-, East India goods, computation of duties, 427.
-, employment in, 631.
-, employment under, 629.
-, fiat, 489.
-, French wines, duties, 529.
-, goods seized, 602.
-, grain exported, 491.
-, hides, computation of duties, 427.
-, Holmes, _, laws relating to patent officers of, 441.
-, importers oaths, 427.
-, impressed men for Navy, subsisted by officers of, 265.
-, indigo seized, 616.
-, Italian silk, seized, 495.
-, landcarriagemen, London port, 166.
-, landcarriage waiter, 166.
-, Leeward Islands, revenue, 475.
-, letters to, 221, 469, 532.
-, arms detained, 441.
-, baggage viewed, 549.
-, corn exported, 445.
-, detention of Dutch Naval officers, 247, 248.
-, diplomatic baggage, 456.
-, diplomatic seals, 422.
-, discharges from quarantine, 552.
-, dismissal of John Ellesdon, 321.
-, Duty on Hides, draft Bill, 241, 242.
-, employment of Edmund Goodere, 409.
-, Falmouth, free baggage, 547.
-, French Wines, Duties [9 Anne c. 8], accounts, 256.
-, goods of Marshal de Tallard, 526.
-, goods of Muscovite Ambassador, 331.
-, goods sealed, 325.
-, military baggage, 251.
-, quarantine, 460, 469, 571.
-, seizure of the St. Jacob, 272.
-, wine Tasters, Surveyor, James Heymans, leave of absence, 555.
-, London, computator of Duties on Plantation Goods, Robert Shaw, loco—Waterson, petition of, 220.
-, Deputy Collector, Christopher Tower, report of, 427.
-, Deputy Surveyor, Thomas Andrews, report of, 427.
-, inferior list, tidesman, William Mashedor, loco John Rycroft, 527.
-, King's waiter, James Tait, appointment, 489; late King's waiter, William Talman, 489.
-, landcarriageman, Thomas Thorp, 527; loco John Neild, 527.
-, land surveyor, William Barnes, payment to, 573; seizure by, 572.
-, officer, Robert Wood. silk seized by, 293.
-, pro-Comptroller, Nich. Terrell, report of, 427.
-, quarantine, 552.
-, Queen's waiter, Andrew Slann, loco Richard Longbottom, patent, 386; salary, 426.
-, James Tate, Salary, 602, 604.
-, salaries, 255, 491.
-, salary bill, 341.
-, tidesman, Thomas Tibbitts, 268; late tidesman, Luke Lock, 268.
-, tidesmen, William Appleby, Thomas Cabb, William Griffiths, 587.
-, undersearcher, Thomas Walker, leave, 487.
-, watchmen, Robert Bevan, William Chantry, 587.
-, watermen, John Bailey, William Dorrell, Richard Stanley, John Watson, 587.
-, weighing porter, William Turner, loco John Jefferys, 587.
-, malt seized, 574.
-, Medcalfe, _, repayments, 589.
-, messenger attending. See Thorowkettle, J.
-, money, seized, 593.
-, muslin, seized, 589.
-, New, distribution of revenue from, 163.
-, income, 339.
-, income from, distribution and application of, 132.
-, payments out of revenue of, 205.
-, officers of, Queen's pleasure concerning, granting of, 70.
-, officers, 152, 167.
-, absent from duty, 94.
-, assults on, 562.
-, Northumberland, reduction of salary, 150.
-, See also Beverton, J.
-, Outports, England and Wales.
-, Collectors of the, 121.
-, Customers, Comptrollers and Searchers of, books for, 185.
-, Customers of, accounts of, 185.
-, fees paid by, 185.
-, salaries, 245.
-, salary bill, 120, 341.
-, Surveyor of, Francis Arundell, 13; salary of, 206, 294; late Surveyor of, William Waterson, 294.
-, Outports.
-, Berwick, late Collector, James Howard, security for, 204.
-, surveyor, Benjamin Johnson, loco Robert Mills, 527.
-, [reference to], Bristol, Collector, John Sansom, bonds, 431.
-, Bristol, late collector, [John] Sansom, assignments, 596; suits of, 596; sureties, 319.
-, —Elbridge, Malt seized, 574.
-, late gauger, Edward Bromley, patent of, 204.
-, money, seized, 593.
-, Officers of, Alexander Anett, Thomas Barrington, Charles Pembruge, reward for, 593.
-, tidesman, John Barnard, salary, 587; late tidesman, Edward Davies, superannuation, 587.
-, Randulph Harpur, loco Thomas Blinman, 268.
-, William West, 587.
-, tidesmen at, Zacharias Walter, 203.
-, Burton Head [Birkenhead], officers at, Thomas Elrington, Thomas Thorpe, 588.
-, Chepstow, waiter and searcher, Francis Morgan, 619.
-, officers at Nelton [Neston], Thomas Elrington, Thomas Thorpe, additional allowance, 588.
-, searcher, Thomas Thorp, 527.
-, waiter, Mathew Oulton, 527.
-, weighers, Bernard Feilding, James Laurenson, allowance, 587.
-, Colchester, boatman at Bricklesea [Brightlingsea], Ezekiel Blith, Charles Cadmore, salaries, 587.
-, Cowes, collector, John Dale, loco Thos. Cole, 268.
-, Deal, collectors, Salathiel Rolfe, loco John Power, 268.
-, tidesman, John James, loco William Mills, 588.
-, late tidesman, William Mills, 588.
-, Exeter, collector, William Chamberlain, 203, 587.
-, Surveyor, Robert Farr, loco John Gill, 248.
-, Exeter and Topsham, Collector, Richard Score, prize wine, salvaged, 468.
-, warrant, late Surveyor John Gill, prize wine, salvage, 468.
-, [letter], Falmouth, free baggage, 547.
-, Faversham, Herne Bay, waiter and searcher, Robert Webb, salary, 587, 588.
-, Whitstable, boatman, Robert Maidstone, 587.
-, Gravesend, waterman, Thomas Gurnett, 587.
-, Harwich, goods seized at, 602.
-, lease of Customs House, 539.
-, Hull, boatmen, 587.
-, John Brown, 587.
-, Danish prize at, 306.
-, seizure, of Swedish ship, 272.
-, Ipswich, Collector, Samuel Ketleby, preferment, 599.
-, collectors, Samuel Ketleby, John Knackston, 586.
-, Isle of Man, Surveyor, Nicholas Davis, letter to, Act to prevent frauds, 245.
-, Lancaster, Peeling, riding officer, Alexander Amias, loco Paul Amias, 587.
-, Lyme, Bridport and Chidcot [Chideock], waiter, Thomas Burt, loco Benjamin Warren, 527.
-, Lynn Regis, boatman, Thomas May, 587.
-, Comptroller, Thomas Burdekin [Burdickin], patent, 542: salary, 576.
-, late Comptroller, John Cox junior, 542.
-, tidesman, John Lacheur, 587.
-, Mersea Island, boatman, Peter Lansdon, salary, 587.
-, Milford, Nangle, tidesmen at, Thomas Parrot, John Reece 586.
-, Newcastle, late Customer, Sir Thomas Doleman. 305.
-, customer, Leonard Pinkney, letters patent, 305; salary, 319.
-, ship at, 496.
-, Padstow, ships seized at, 321, 630.
-, Plymouth, boatman, Joseph Richard, 587.
-, Poole collector, Thomas Chamberlain, 587.
-, tidesman, William Frampton, 587.
-, St. Ives, waiter, Jacob Asterly 587.
-, Shoreham collector, Thomas Brigden, loco Abraham Aldersley, 527.
-, Collector, Abraham Aldersley, complaint against, 618.
-, complaints at, 618.
-, officers, Abraham Aldersey, John Pelham, complaints against, 618.
-, riding officer at, 527.
-, Southampton, Comptroller, John Whaley, patent, 548; salary, 548.
-, Southwold. See under Customs, Yarmouth.
-, Wells Burnham (Sic) [? Burnham-on-Sea, co. Somerset] tidesman, John Tippetts, 587.
-, Whitby, boatman, Mathew Smith, 587.
-, Whitehaven, tide surveyor, Thomas Williamson, loco William Harrison, 527.
-, tidewaiter, Joshua Nicholson, 527.
-, Yarmouth, tidesmen, John Hall, John Jeremy, 586.
-, Southwold, Collector, Edward Davis, petition, 599.
-, waiter, Dymond Nixon, loco Thomas Baker, 268.
-, patent officers, laws relating to, and duties of, 94.
-, Petty Custom. See Customs—Duties.
-, petitions for employment, 631.
-, Plantations, salary bill, 341.
-, quarantine, 440, 619, 621.
-, quarantine officer, 163–4.
-, quarantine releases, 221, 224, 455, 456, 594.
-, Receiver General of, 167.
-, discharge of bonds, 204.
-, payment to, 575.
-, references to, 588, 602, 618, 627.
-, Bristol, Collector John Sansom, bonds, 431.
-, quarantine, discharges, 248.
-, tobacco bonds, 283, 372, 456, 541.
-, wine seized, 466.
-, reports, 573, 625.
-, report of the "c." of, 106.
-, report, tobacco, re-export of, 594.
-, riding officers, 587.
-, salary bill, allowance of, 120.
-, salt seized, 584.
-, —Scotland. See Scotland. searchers, 129.
-, appointments, 129.
-, See also Waiters and Searchers.
-, Secretary, 163.
-, seizure of the Success and Union, 618.
-, silk seized, 588.
-, Solicitor of the, 68.
-, letter to defaulters, 296.
-, Spanish Duty, 454.
-, spirits seized, 584.
-, staff absences, 441.
-, stays of prosecutions, 504, 524.
-, sugar seized, 616.
-, Surveyor General of, London port, parchment, etc., for, 185.
-, Surveyors, 49, 166.
-, tally of assignment from, 152.
-, tidesmen, 129, 130, 166, 586, 587.
-, appointments, 129, 130.
-, superannuated, 587.
-, tidesurveyor, William Alford, 588; goods seized by, 589.
-, tobacco, bonds, 573.
-, seized, 167, 584.
-, Treasury messenger attending, 611.
-, allowance, 346.
-, vacant places in, 7.
-, vessels, 214.
-, waiters, 129, 587.
-, appointments, 129.
-, waiters and searchers, 166.
-, warrants, 224, 573.
-, Exeter and Topsham, late Surveyor John Gill, prize wine, salvaged, 468.
-, watchmen, 587.
-, watermen, 587.
-, weighing officers, 587.
-, weighing porters, 129.
-, appointments, 129.
-, wine, seized, 148, 584.
-, import bonds, 574.

Cutting, Daniel, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, 126.
-, -, John, Surveyor of Window Tax, appointment, 2, 126.

Cuttlestone, co. Stafford, Land Tax arrears, 425.