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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 26, 1712. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1954.

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Da Cunha. See Cunha.

Dagley, Anthony, payment to, on behalf of G. Mahony, 222.

Dahl, Michael, payment for a picture of the Queen, 541.

D'Alais. See Alais.

Dale, John, noontender in London port, 152.

Dalkeith, Earl of. See Scott, J.

Dalrymple, Sir David, Lord Advocate, Scotland, 113.
-, -, John, 2nd Earl of Stair, 10, 12.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Poland, 227.
-, regiment of Dragoons of, captains of, 202; forage for, 113, 202, 472; horses, 202, 472; recruiting for, 113, 202; subsistence of, 82, 113, 202, 491.

Dalton, Mickledalton, co. Dumfries, Nether Danbie in, lands of, 274.

Dalwigh, Baron de, Envoy from Hesse Cassel to the States General, 137n.

Daly, , colonel, petition for arrears of pay, 345.
-, -, Sir Timothy, officer quitting the enemy's service, 258.
-, -, William, sending beer for Troops at Dunkirk, 365.

Dalzell, Robert, colonel, regiment of, establishment, 161; pay of, 161.

Damarie, Daniel, one of the Queen's watermen, badges for, 427.

Damask, crimson cloth of state of, 427, 531; for a great chair for the Queen, 510; presented to the Dey of Algiers, 404.

Danes, in the Russian ship Demetrius, 485.

Dantzic, 108, 530; ships from, 114, 184, 288, 460, 507, 519, 540.

Danvers, Beata, a Woman of the Bedchamber, 105, 229, 350, 495.

Darcy (Darcey), Conyers, a Commissioner for executing the office of Master of the Horse, 370, 388, 459, 527.

Dare, , captain, prisoner [in France], 64.

Dargent, James, to be employed by the Commissioners for Striped Linens, 290.

Darley, John, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 503.
-, -, Joshua, tidesman, inferior list, London port, preferred to superior list there, 399.

Darnelly, George, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 306.

Darrell, John, sending beer for Troops at Dunkirk, 365.

Dartiquenave, Charles, Paymaster of the Works, 155.
-, issues to, 213, 226, 302, 303, 331, 357, 416, 455, 469, 550.
-, payments by, 213, 303, 331, 357, 416, 455, 469, 550.
-, salary of, 379.
-, tallies and orders delivered to, 301.

Dartmouth, Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardness, co. Devon, 177, 450; collector of Customs at. See Jenkinson, J.; perpetuity granted by Hen. VII to the Corporation of, 489; ship seized at, 163.

Dartmouth, Earl of. See Legge, W.

Darwyn, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Nottingham, 214.

Darziliers, Jasper Perinet, Her Majesty's Resident at Geneva, 403.

Dashwood, , not to be employed in 1712 Lottery, 423.

D'Attalaia. See Attalaia.

D'Aubigny. See Aubigny.

D'Aumont. See Aumont.

Davenant, Henry, Her Majesty's Secretary at Frankfort, 230, 405.

Davenport, William, of Exeter, merchant, petition for discharge of ship from quarantine, 545.

Davers, Sir Robert, recommending Mr. Freeman as distributor of stamps for co. Suffolk, 247.

David, John James, executors of, petition concerning debts for wine duties, 281.

Davids, Thomas, master of the Yarmouth, 453.

Davies (Davis, Davyes), , recommending E. Davies for a Customs place, 311.
-, -, Edward, collector of Southwold port, 94.
-, -, -, recommended for employment in the Customs, 311.
-, -, -, recommended for tidesurveyor at Leith, 145.
-, -, Nicholas, petition for reward for making seizures, 458.
-, -, -, waiter and searcher in the Isle of Man, 178, 385.
-, -, Richard, a Trustee for building a church at Rotterdam, 388.
-, -, -, a Trustee for building a church at Rotterdam, 388.
-, -, William, messenger attending the Commissioners for Taxes, 121; attending the Office for duties on Hides, 128.

Davison, , captain, proposal for building a lighthouse on the island of Skerries, 465.

Davyes. See Davies.

Dawber, John, master of the John and Ann, 485.

Dawnay, Henry, Viscount Downe, recommending persons for employment in the Customs, 310, 312.

Dawson, Benj., master of the Happy Return, 460.
-, -, James, master of the Mons, 250.
-, -, Roger, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 226; recommended as a tidewaiter, 310.

Day, John, merchant, part owner of the Oxford, petition alleging unjust seizure of his ship, 281.

Dayrolle, James, Resident at the Hague, 403, 409.

D'Cleve. See Cleve.

D'Critty. See Critz.

D'Cunha. See Cunha.

Deal, co. Kent, boatmen at, 93; disbanding of regiments at, 542; tidesman at, 312.

Deals, cargoes of, 114, 250, 416, 424, 436, 453, 460, 485, 489, 507, 540, 541, 549.

Dean, Forest of, co. Gloucester, Conservator and Supervisor of, allowances to, 459. See also Mordaunt, H.; Orde, J.
-, Constable of. See Thynne, T., Viscount Weymouth.
-, keepers of, allowances to, 459; salaries of, 340.
-, Warden of. See Thynne, T., Viscount Weymouth.

Debentures, Office for, necessaries for, 201, 285.

De Blagny. See Blagny.

De Bonnac. See Usson.

Decker (Deckar), Matthew, [merchant of London], 31, 35, 48; bills of, 85, 88; payments made by, reimbursements for, 480, 482, 545; remittances to Holland, 85, 88, 257, 393, 539.

De Cunda. See Cunha.

Dee, John, Receiver General of duties on Houses for part of co. Sussex, 107; Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Sussex, 141.
-, -, William, Receiver General of duties on Houses for part of co. Sussex, 107; Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Sussex, 141.

Deepwade. See Depwade.

Deer, hay for, 213, 270, 278, 315, 321, 343, 386, 545; in St. James's Park, 213, 331, 550; in Windsor Great Park, 343, 545; red deer, 34, 280, 545; stealers of, 168, 173.

Deficiencies, of several funds, the making good of (as by Act of 9 Anne, c. 15), 49, 52, 61, 67, 71, 82, 88, 89, 173, 174, 184, 240, 315, 326, 330, 341, 350, 351, 353, 360, 364, 371, 442, 463, 481, 492, 516, 517, 535, 539, 541, 542, 547, 550.

De Gissey. See Gissey.

De Gols. See Gols.

De Jean. See Jean.

De Koe. See Koe.

De la Cour. See Cour.

De la Fabreque. See Fabreque.

De la Force. See Force.

De L'Angle. See Angle.

Delaune, [William], colonel, regiment of, money advanced to, 239.

Delauney, [Jos.], colonel, memorial of, 346.

Delaval, [George], Envoy in Portugal, 106.

Delaware River, ships seized on, 54.

Delks, Erick, master of the Fortune, 288.

Deloraine, Earl of. See Scott, H.

D'Elorme. See Elorme.

De Man. See Man.

De Medina. See Medina.

Denbigh, county of, Commissioners of Taxes, 443.
-, Receiver of Crown Land revenues in, 414. See also Broughton, M.; Granger, M.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 443. See also Conway, E.
-, Second Justice of, 158, 324, 547. See also Pocklington, J.; Ward, J.

Denham, Joseph, royal bounty for, 257.

Denmark, King of, 107, 321.
-, Envoy from. See Rosenkrantz, I.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Pulteney, D.
-, payment to, 17.
-, servants of, New Year gifts to, 411.
-, subsidy to, 1, 18, 195.
-, treaty with, for supplying Troops in the Low Countries, 120, 511, 512.
-, letters for, 410.
-, Prince Charles of. See Charles.
-, Prince George of. See George.

Denn (Denne), Cornelius, of London, merchant, bonds of, 430, 516; petition of, 391, 428, 430, 471, 480, 516; prisoner for debt, 391, 425, 430, 480; security for R. Dennis, 116; surety of, 362, 433.
-, -, [William], Solicitor of Coast Bonds, 382.

Denning, George, payment for making up a postage account of West India letters, 149.

Dennington, co. Suffolk, 310.

Dennis, David, merchant, surety of, 362.
-, -, Robert, a bankrupt, debt for tobacco duties, 115, 116.

Dennison, William, tidesman at Leith, 338.

Denniston, Margaret, pension for, 235.

Dent, Richard, surveyor in Exeter port, to be landwaiter at Bristol, 212.

Deptford, alias West Greenwich, co.
-, Kent, Ancher Wharf at, 502.
-, Little Crane Meadow, 236.
-, Mast Dock at, 502.
-, Navy Yard at, 43, 74, 354, 463; land to be laid into, 2356.
-, Queen's Yard Gate, 236.
-, Redhouse Wharf, 235, 236.
-, Says Court in, 236.
-, ships laid up and paid off at, 74, 434, 463, 470, 475.
-, Stairs, 236.
-, Water Gate, 236.

Depwade, Deepwade, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 140.

Derby, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Bradshaw, S.; Sheriff of. See Stubbing, T.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, J.

Derby (Derbie), Benjamin, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Dorset, 139, 141.
-, -, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Dorset, 139.

Dericks, Hendrick, master of the Justice, 305.

De Rosales. See Rosales.

Desaulnais. See Disney.

Desborow, Christopher, payment to, 334.

Desney. See Disney.

Deuchines. See Deuchries.

Deuchries, Deuchines, co. Banff, Herod Hill (Heriodhill) neath, 259.

Devall, John, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 203.

De Vere, Aubrey, 20th Earl of Oxford, regiment of Horse of, 439.

Deveron, Diveran, river, cos. Aberdeen and Banff, salmon fishing in, 259.

Devon, county of, Assizes for, 224.
-, Clerks of the Peace, 224.
-, Justices of the Peace, 224, 494.
-, Quarter Sessions for, 224.
-, Receiver General of duties on Houses for part of. See Mitchell, T.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Burridge, S.; Mitchell, T.; Quash, J.; Thorne, G.
-, Sessions for, 224.
-, Sheriff of. See Basset, J.
-, tin in, 175; blowing houses, 212, 265; coinage of, Comptroller of. See Carey, A.; Woolridge, H.; Receiver and Paymaster of the moneys for buying. See Scobell, F.; Scobell, H.

Devon, Mary, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 203.

Devonshire, Duchess of. See Cavendish, Rachel.

De Wildt. See Wildt.

Diamond (Dymond), James, clothier to the Army, agent of, 337; moneys due to, 337, 368.
-, -, Robert, importer of brandy and rum in London port, 125.

Dick, Sir Andrew, of Craighouse, annuity to his descendants in lieu of a debt due to him, 526.
-, -, Edward, master of the Stephen, 453.
-, -, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Andrew, annuity of, 526.
-, -, Margaret, granddaughter of Sir Andrew, 526.
-, -, Nicholas, grandson of Sir Andrew, 526.

Dickinson, Jane, royal bounty for, 313, 546.

Dickson. See Dixon.

Didymus, Richard, apprehended for housebreaking, 501.

Dieren, Holland, 136.

Diets, allowances in lieu of, to Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal, 200, 358, 549.
-, to Usher of the Exchequer Court, 197, 400, 543.

Discount, on Exchequer Bills, 166n., 334, 531; on South Sea Stock, 426; on tallies, 166n.

Disney (Desaulnais, Desney), Henry, colonel, regiment of, 2.
-, detachment transported to Annapolis, 499.
-, officers en second, 100.
-, recruits, 135.
-, subsistence of 135, 295, 335, 341.

Disorderly house, kept by Dorothy Hughes, 158, 223, 401.

Diss, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 140.

Diveran. See Deveron.

Divinity, Lecturer, Lady Margaret's, in Oxford University, perpetuity granted by Hen. VII to, 490.
-, Professor of, in King's College, Aberdeen University, 294. See also Anderson, D.
-, in Marischal College, Aberdeen University, 294. See also Blackwell, T.
-, in St. Andrew's University, 294. See also Halliburton, T.

Dixon (Dickson), , brewer, prosecuted for fraud, 127.
-, -, , petition of, 31.
-, -, George, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Somerset and for Bristol, 238; sureties of, 116, 265, 338, 378, 451, 543.
-, -, -, D.D., surety for his father, Act for compounding his debt, 338, 378; petition for relief, 265.
-, -, James, petition concerning lands at Portsmouth to be taken up by the Ordnance, 452.
-, -, John, tidesman at Prestonpans, 338.
-, -, Robert, landwaiter and searcher at Borrowstounness, dismissed, 383.
-, -, Thomas, boatman at Prestonpans, removed to Edinburgh, 338.

Dixon or Nixon, George, sureties of, extents against, 543.

D'Midena. See Medina.

Dobson, John, boatman at Yarmouth, 493.

Dodd, John, Receiver General and Commissioner of the Droits and Perquisites of the Admiralty, 29, 449, 489, 536; petition referred to, 363; reports of, 122, 206.
-, -, [Samuel], attending the Treasury on behalf of Mr. Edwin's memorial, 32.

Doe, John, of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Middlesex, 123, 237.

Dolben, Sir Gilbert, [one of the Justices of Common Pleas, Ireland], circuit allowance paid to, 293.

Dollars. See Coins.

Domeny, John, preventive officer at Cerne Island, 450.

Dominions, Army encampments in, 289.

Donaghadee, co. Down, pacquet boats between Port Patrick and, 448.

Donaldson, John, chaplain going to Maryland, passage money for, 149.

Doncaster, Earl of. See Scott, J.

Doncaster, Benjamin, master of the Rachel, 540.

Done, Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, clerk of, 401; executor of, 401.

Donegal, Earl of. See Chichester, A.

Dook. See Rooke.

Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, Catharine.

Dorin, Frederick, petitions for discharge of ships from quarantine, 288, 295, 305.

Dormer, [James], colonel, regiment of Foot of, 432.
-, going to Ireland, 382.
-, muster rolls, 441.
-, subsistence of, 69, 441, 446, 484; arrear of, 79, 437; stoppages from for transport of invalids, 162.

Dorset, county of, 450; Receiver General of Taxes. See Derby, B.; Derby, J.

Doubloons. See Coins.

Douglas (Duglas), . bill drawn on, 470.
-, -, Archibald, of Cavers, Receiver General of Taxes for Scotland, 141; accounts of, 336; agent of, 336; allowances to, 336, 477.
-, -, Charles, colonel, son of Sir William, petition for financial support, 226; royal bounty for, 257, 306.
-, -, [Edward], Commissary [of Stores in Spain], petition for arrears of pay, 345.
-, -, George, 2nd Earl of Dunbarton, payment to, 330; royal bounty for, 48.
-, -, -, colonel, his charges in embarking regiments in Scotland for Flanders, 195.
-, -, James, bills payable to, 242, 497, 498, 499.
-, -, -, Duke of Queensberry and Dover, Secretary of State, 227, 412; executors of, 377.
-, -, -, 12th Earl of Morton, petition concerning repair of the Fort in Bressay Sound, 204.
-, -, Thomas, recommended as tidesman, London port, 310.
-, -, Walter, colonel, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, salary of, 129, 246, 373, 479.
-, -, Sir William, 226; allowance of, 366.

Dove, Isaac, master of the George, 460.
-, -, Thomas, master of the Lawrence, 489.

Dover, co. Kent, boatmen at, 93, 335, 399.
-, express letter brought from, 415.
-, pacquet boats going between Dunkirk and, 398; between Ostend and, 145.
-, tidesman at, 335, 399.
-, Victualling Officers at, 57.

Dover, Duke of. See Douglas, J.

Dowdale, Thomas, lease of the herbage of Exeter Castle, 495.

Down, co. Banff, 259.

Downe, Viscount. See Dawnay, H.

Downes, Dudley, Rougedragon Pursuivant, 356.
-, -, Henry, captain, payment to, 387.

Downing, , Comptroller of London port, 454.
-, -, , keeping and taking of securities at the Custom House, 76; salary of, 85.

Downs, the, goods run in, 320; ships in, 124, 540.

Dowse, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Huntingdon, 139.

Drake, Benjamin, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 461.

Draper, John, General Surveyor for the Excise of the London Brewery, 534n.
-, -, William, master of the Merchants Goodwill, 485.

Drew, Joseph, Principal of St. Leonard's College, University of St. Andrew's, pension for, 478.

Drift, Adrian, deputy Secretary to Commissioners for Trade, salary of, 118, 352.
-, payments to, 65, 429.

Drisdale. See Dryfesdale.

Drogheda, co. Louth, Collector [of Revenue] at. See Boden, .

Drugs, for the Army. See Armymedicines and drugs.

Drummond, John, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in the Low Countries, appointment of, 156; commission for, 251; extent taken out against, 34, 325; issue to, 26; payment for money advances, 156, 226; unpaid bills of, 34, 48.
-, -, William, Warden of the Mint at Edinburgh, 199.

Drums, kettle, for the Guards, 368.

Drury, , recommending T. Bagg for preferment in the Customs, 310.

Dryfesdale, Drisdale, Drysdale, co. Dumfries, lands at, 147.

Drysalter, of London, 392.

D'Soulignie. See Soulignie.

Dublin, county of, Farmer of the Hearthmoney for. See McEvery, .

Dublin, co. Dublin, 216.
-, Castle, arsenal or armoury in, building of, 192, 193.
-, Council Chamber, building of, 192, 193.
-, Custom House, 248.
-, garrisons at, sheds for gun carriages in, building of, 192, 193.
-, Hospital, Royal, 192, 193.
-, merchant of, 449.
-, Post Office in, house for, 448.
-, powder magazines in, building of, 192, 193.
-, ship of, 449.

Du Bourdieu. See Bourdieu.

Dubourgay (Bourgay), Charles, colonel, regiment of Foot of, 284; arms for, 161; clothing for, 161; in Catalonia, 161; offreckonings, 424; subsistence of, stoppages from for transport of invalids, 162.

Duck, John, master of the Ann, 541.

Dudley (Dudleigh), [Joseph], colonel, bills drawn by for the Canada Expedition, 25, 26, 132, 242; Governor of New England, 110.
-, -, Sir Mathew, Commissioner of Customs, 118.

Duffus, Lady. See Sutherland, Charlotte.
-, -, Lord. See Sutherland, K.

Duglas. See Douglas.

Dumfries, co. Dumfries, sheriffdom of, 274; ships bound to, 143; wines imported at and shipped from, 231.

Dummer, [Edmund], contract for carrying the West India mail, 102; memorials referred to, 445; money due from Post Office to, 102.

Dunbarton, Earl of. See Douglas, G.

Duncan, David, chaplain going to Leeward Islands, royal bounty for passage money, 102.

Dundas, Dame Margaret, yearly allowance to, 449.
-, -, Robert, of Arniston, gift of ward estate of Lord Bargeny for, 34, 147, 279; grandfather of Lord Bargeny, 449.

Dundee, co. Forfar, boatmen at, 400; Comptroller and Surveyor at. See Litherdale, R.; Ogilvie, C.; ships bound to, 143; tidesmen at, 400.

Dungannon, Viscount. See Trevor, M.

Dunk, Sir Thomas, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 100.

Dunkellin, Lord. See Bourke, M.

Dunkirk, Dunkerk, 345.
-, boats going from Kent coast to, ill practices of, 390.
-, Expedition under General Hill to take, 51, 360.
-, garrison at, 523.
-, contingencies, 72, 447.
-, establishment, 57, 73, 74, 395.
-, Guards, Foot, 3rd Regiment of, Battalion of, bedding and necessaries for, 525.
-, Scots, bedding and necessaries for, 502.
-, muster of, 454.
-, recruits, 60, 69, 70, 417.
-, regiments of, beer for, 365; filling up of, from disbanded regiments in Great Britain, 73.
-, subsistence of, 425.
-, Governor of, 397.
-, hospital at, establishment of, 460, 474.
-, mails for, 397, 398.
-, naval preparations of the enemy at, 408.
-, officers and soldiers shipped to, 398.
-, post officer at. See Hooper, J.
-, prisoners at, 44, 137, 320.

Dunmore, Earl of. See Murray, J.

Dunn, John, master of the Margaret, 272.

Dupa Quier, Abraham, recommended for a stamper or for employment in the Customs, 310.

Duport, . merchant, petition for confirmation of a grant of land in St. Christopher, 290, 296, 302.

Dupplin, Lord. See Hay, G.

Dupuy (Du Puy), Elias, of London, merchant, debts for duties on wines, 281.
-, -, [Peter], lieutenant colonel, late of Withers' Dragoons, recommended for a pension, 515.

Duras, Louis de, 2nd Earl of Feversham, 177, 292; Secretary to. See Force, D. de la.

Durden, Jonathan, Surveyor of duties on Houses for co. Essex, 325.

Durham, bishopric of, 445; Bishop of, recommending A. Baty for employment in the Customs, 310.

Durham, county of, Commissioners of Taxes, 443; Receiver General of Taxes, 251, 443. See also Wyvell, F.; Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Eastman, G.; Wilcox, J.

D'Usson. See Usson.

Dyers, 274.

Dykes, Philip, clothier to the Army, moneys due to, 203.

Dymond. See Diamond.

Dyot, , counterfeiter of stamps, 173.