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A

A. B., letter signed, 157, 360.

A. B. C., letter signed, 244.

Abbit, Thomas, master of the Katherine, 277.

-, William, master of the Prosperouse, 446.

Abbot, Adam, master of the Dorothy, 278.

-, Robert, painter, payment to, 120.

Abdy, , 54.

Abercrombie, James, captain in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Sir James:

disbanded soldiers subsisted by, 380, 435.

overseer of the demolition of Dunkirk, 299.

Town Major of Dunkirk, 299.

Aberdeen, customs officers at, complaint by, 397, 399.

Aberdeen University:

King's College, Professor of Philosophy (A. Burnet), 274.

Marischal College, Professor of Greek (A. Moir), 181; Professor of Philosophy (J. Moir), 181.

Aberdovey, co. Merioneth, collector, waiter and searcher, 114; deputy comptroller, waiter and searcher, 114.

Abernathy, Margaret, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Abingdon, co. Berks, Deputy Postmaster at, 168.

Abingdon, Countess of. See Bertie, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Bertie, Montagu.

Abrahall, Gilbert:

Arras worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Musician in the Royal Household, 536.

Page of the Backstairs, 536.

Page of the Bedchamber, 504.

Abuses, frauds, etc. See:

Chelsea Hospitaladmissions.

Coal Trade.

Cumberlandhouse duties.

CustomsDuties (coal and unrated goods).

Houses, duties on.

Hull.

Lotteries1710, Lottery Annuities of 1,500,000l. (Transfer Office); 1711, First Classis Lottery (orders).

Lottery orders.

Marriot, Nathaniel.

Navy.

Navyships (frauds).

Packet boats (frauds).

Post Office (frauds).

Prizesprize money.

Rice, John, colonel.

Salt and Rock Salt (frauds).

ScotlandCustoms (tacksmen); Salt.

ships, timber for.

Stamp Dutiescounterfeiting of stamps.

Topsham.

Vetch, [Samuel].

Woolwich.

Abuxeriados, Flanders lace called, 425.

Acatery (Accatry), See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Accountants, Scotland. See Scotland.

Accounts (Public Accounts), Commissioners for taking, examining and stating, as by Act 12 Anne, c. 3 (F. Annesley, H. Bertie, H. Campion, T. Lister, G. Lockhart, W. Shippen, S. Winnington), 23, 71, 143, 317.

incidents, 302, 308.

letters to and matters referred, 88, 123, 135, 412, 471, 472.

report from, 134 note.

salaries, 162, 260, 302, 308.

Acourt, Jacob, Sheriff of Norfolk, account of, debit on, payment out of, 276.

Adams, , his services to Charles II after the battle of Worcester, 149, 150; under sentence of death, 150.

-, Dr. Richard (Mr.), a Commissioner for stating and adjusting accounts of Sick and Wounded, 24(2), 145, 202.

-, Sam., master of the Royalty, 446.

Adamson, Michael, a Groom of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Richard, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Addison, Edward, captain in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Admiralty Board (Lords or Commissioners of the Admiralty), 128, 195, 398, 412.

Clerks (C. Allen, P. Barnet, E. Burt, P. Crickett, R. Crossfeild, J. Oldner, W. Pembrook), salaries of, repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 316.

commissions from, to Commissioners for Accounts of Sick and Wounded, 146.

estimate for Parliamentary supply anno 1713, 14, 134, 184.

examination of Commodore Constable by, 135.

First Commissioner (Earl of Strafford), 3, 84.

letters from, mentioned, 121, 447.

letters to and matters referred to, 2, 7, 11, 51, 57, 118, 227, 360, 378, 379, 410(2), 411, 413.

present for the Alcaid of Alcazar proposed by, 133.

release of British slaves from Venetian galleys and, 359, 361, 363.

Secretary to (Josiah Burchett), 184.

assistant to (John Fawler), salary of, repayment of Land Tax assessment on 316.

letters from, 410, 412.

letters to and matters referred to, 2, 32, 51, 118, 128, 134, 135, 153, 177, 184, 186, 225, 227, 359, 360, 361, 363, 373, 378, 379, 398, 410, 411, 425, 440, 441.

salary of, repayment of Land Tax assessment on, 316.

warrants from, 66.

Admiralty Court:

Advocate General (Sir N. Lloyd), warrant to, 89.

case, 141.

Procurator General (G. Smyth), warrant to, 89.

seal for, 227.

And see Gottenborg; New York.

Admiralty [Office], house adjoining, purchase of, 69.

Admiralty Rights and Perquisites, arrears of, instruction re, 156.

Advertisements in the Public Prints, 64.

Advocate General. See Admiralty Court.

Africa, gold mines in, report on, 436.

Africa Company. See Royal Africa Company.

Agents. See Ambassadors, Army (regiments), Tin.

Agnew, Andrew, quartermaster in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Agua y Anis, Flanders lace, 425.

Aids. See Assessments.

Aire, Jam., master of the Isabella, 433.

Alais, Isaac D', Secretary to the Court of Hanover, 450, 520, 551.

Alamodes, Italian thrown silk for, 131; manufacture of, Act of Parliament re, 313.

Alandroal (Landroal), Portugal, 421.

Alarm clocks. See Clocks.

Albany, New York, minister of, annual bounty for, 537; transportation of soldiers from, 314.

Alberg, Jonas, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 416, 445, 474.

-, Josias petition for release of ships from quarantine, 446, 465, 474.

Albert, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Worcester:

judgment against, 466(2).

prays to be transferred to the Fleet prison, 73, 147.

prisoner in Newgate, 466.

Alcazar (Alcassar), Alcaid of, 392; present (Tea Equipage) from the Queen for, 13, 121, 133, 166, 392.

Alcot. See Ascot.

Alcox, Robert, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, deceased, 387.

Aldegalega [Aldea Gallega], Portugal, payment to the Juiz de Fora of, 421.

Alderman, Henry, mariner of H.M.S. Hastings, witness, 158.

Alderson, Cornelius, master of the Britain, 465.

-, Richard, appointed a waterman, London port, 387.

Aldridge, , petitioner, 400.

Alexander, , colonel, regiment of, in the Plantations, clothing, 171; subsistence, 343, 347, 370, 413, 487.

-, David, porter at the Mews, 512.

-, William, copying clerk of the Entries Inwards, London port, dismissed, 388.

Alexandrino, Signor, a nobleman of Genoa, demands on, 414.

Alford, William, tidesurveyor, London port, deceased, 203.

Algar, Richard, tidesman at Plymouth port, deceased, 113.

Algebra, use of, for computing Customs duties, protest against, 199.

Algiers, Agent and Consul (Consul General). See Cole, R.; Thompson, S.; Dey of, present from the Queen to, 25, 166.

Alice Holt Forest, co. Hants:

Binswood in, case re, Law Officers' opinion on, 255; destruction of timber in, 199, 229; Sir S. Stuart's title to, dispute re, 269.

Chief Ranger of, complaint by, 199.

Alienations, pensions out of, account of, required, 58.

Aliens, goods of, duties payable to the City of London for, 192 note.

Allardes, Allardice. See Allerdice.

Allen, Charles, clerk in the Admiralty, repayment of tax on his salary, 316.

-, Edward, Groom of the Pantry, Royal Household, 498.

-, Francis, footman of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Henry, payment to, for presses for hay, 103.

-, John, porter at Somerset House, 499.

-, Sir Richard, Customer of Great Yarmouth, 196.

-, Robert, master of the James of Dumfries, 80, 89.

-, Thomas, master of the Paul, petition to be discharged from a malicious prosecution, 419.

-, Thomas, memorial for preventing practices which lessen duties on hides, 238.

-, Sir Thomas, Admiral to Charles II, 196; grand child of. See Anguish, Edmond.

-, William, recommended for a place in the Stamp Office, 191.

Allerdice (Allardes, Allardice), [George], Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh, 236; accounts of, privy seal for passing, 286; executors of, representation by, 27.

Allies (Foreign Princes), subsidies:

account of, required by the House of Commons, 184.

Parliamentary supply anno 1712 (328,956l. 16s. 7d.), issues out of, 18, 151, 431.

treaties for, inspection of, 22.

And see

Elector Palatine.

Portugal, King of.

Prussia, King of.

Allison (Alliston), Samuel, petition for discharge of ship from quarontine, 447, 455.

Almanza, battle of, officer killed at, 481.

Almirante, of Spain, treaty made with, 23.

Almnery. See Almonry.

Almoner. See Chapel RoyalLord Almoner.

Almonry (Almnery). See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Alsope, John, a Page of the Scullery, Royal Household, 501.

Altona (Altena), Prussia, ship from, 435.

Alves, William, writer to the Signet, lands and barony of Partona resigned to, 351.

Amant. See Aumont.

Ambassadors, envoys, residents, etc.:

audiences, expense of. See Ambassadors extraordinary allowances.

chapel necessaries for, 466.

Cloth of State for, 466.

equipage allowances, 55, 100, 157, 243, 259, 262, 385, 390, 405(2), 419.

extraoridnary allowances, 20, 62, 65, 69, 287, 301, 320; caveat against payment of, 437.

assistance to English soldiers, 309.

audiences, 296.

expresses, 208, 295.

gifts and gratuities, 124, 208, 296.

incidental expenses, 469.

intelligence, 70, 124, 170, 208, 295, 301, 309, 342, 469.

journeys (travelling charges), 70, 119, 120, 124, 170, 208, 427, 515.

New Year's gifts, 182.

post horses, 120.

postage, 70, 124, 170, 182, 208, 295, 301, 309, 342.

printed news (papers) and gazettes, 124, 182, 295, 309, 342.

public entries, 296.

secret correspondence, 170, 208, 295, 301, 469.

stationery, 70, 124, 170, 182, 208, 296, 301, 342, 469.

transportation of goods and equipage, 124, 208.

foreign:

baggage and goods of, examination and sealing of, 113, 168, 178, 298, 387, 456, 481; export of, permit for, 180; stopped, 112, 181.

gold medals commemorating the Peace of Utrecht for, 285, 360.

presents from the Queen to, 52, 352, 365, 391, 392.

wine allowed to, customs free, 138, 488.

funeral charges, 390.

list of, required by the Lord Treasurer, 290.

ordinary allowances, 12, 13, 34, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 49, 50, 53, 55, 62(2), 69, 76, 100, 115, 157, 207, 212, 243, 259, 262, 275, 287, 301, 303, 341, 342, 344, 385, 390, 391, 405(2), 419, 442, 444, 450, 451, 479, 516, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523; caveat against payment of, 437.

plate for, 164, 466, 467.

public entries of. See Ambassadorsextraordinary allowances.

From England to

Algiers (Agent and Consul General). See Cole, Robert; Thompson, Samuel.

Brussels (Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Orrery, Earl of; (Secretary). See Laws, John.

Denmark (Envoy Extraordinary). See Poultney, Daniel.

Fez, Emperor of (Plenipotentiary). See Delavall, George.

France (Ambassador Extraordinary). See Talbot, Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury; (Envoy Extraordinary). See Ross, Charles.

Frankfort (Envoy or Secretary). See Davenant, Henry.

Geneva (Resident). See Darziliers, Jasper Perinet.

Genoa (Envoy Extraordinary or Resident). See Chetwynd, William; Molesworth, John.

Germany, Emperor of, when he was in Spain (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Campbell, John, Duke of Argyll.

Grisons, Republic of (Secretary). See Manning, Francis.

Hague (Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Orrery, Earl of; (Resident). See Dayrolle, James.

Hamburg (Envoy). See Wyche, John.

Hanover (Secretary). See Alais, Isaac d'.

Hanse Towns. See below, Holstein.

Holland (Ambassador), 294; and see Churchill, John, Duke of Marlborough; Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford.

Holstein-Gottorp, Mecklenburg and Hanse Towns (Envoy Extraordinary). See Wyche, John.

Milan (Plenipotentiary for the arbitration of differences between the House of Austria and the Duke of Savoy). See Stanyan, Abraham.

Morocco (Envoy and Plenipotentiary). See Delavall, George.

Poland (Envoy Extraordinary) See Scott, James; (Secretary). See Mackenzie, George.

Portugal (Envoy, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Delavall, George; Worseley, Henry; (Secretary). See Lefevre, Thomas.

Prussia (Envoy Extraordinary). See Breton, William.

Russia (Ambassador or Ambassador Extraordinary). See Whitworth, Charles.

Savoy (Envoy Extraordinary). See Chetwynd, John.

Sicily (Ambassador Extraordinary). See Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth; (Envoy Extraordinary). See Hill, Richard.

Spain (Ambassador, Envoy Extraordinary, Resident, etc.). See Benson, Robert, Lord Bingley; Craggs, James; Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de, Earl of Galway; Stanhope, James; Sutton, Robert, Lord Lexinton.

Sweden (Resident). See Jackson, Robert; Jefferys, James.

Switzerland (Envoy Extraordinary). See Stanyan, Abraham.

Treaty of a General Peace See below Utrecht.

Tripoli (Agent and Consul). See Lodington, Benjamin.

Turin (Envoy Extraordinary). See Palmes, Francis.

Tuscany (Envoy Extraordinary). See Molesworth, John; Newton, Dr. Henry.

United Provinces, States General (Envoy Extraordinary). See Cadogan, William; (Secretary). See Harrison, William; Watkins, Henry.

Utrecht, Treaty of a General Peace (Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary). See Robinson, John, bishop of Bristol; Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford; (Secretary). See Harrison, William; St. John, George.

Venice (Secretary). See Cole, Christian.

Vienna (Envoy Extraordinary). See Palmes, Francis; (Minister). See Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth.

To England from

Denmark (Envoy). See Danish Envoy; Rosenkrantz.

Elector Palatine (Minister or Resident). See Steinghens, Mons.

Florence (Envoy Extraordinary). See Giraldi, Jacopo.

France, French Ambassador (Ambassador and Envoy Extraordinary), 238, 250, 284, 307; and see Aumont, Louis, duc d'Aumont; La Bonde, C. F. de, Sieur d'Iberville.

Genoa (Resident and Secretary acting as Agent and pro-Consul). See Viceti, D. M.

Germany, Emperor of (Resident or Secretary). See Hoffman, Johann Philipp.

Hanover (Envoy). See Groet, Mons.

Holland (Envoy). See Borssele van der Hooge, P. J. Van.

Holstein-Gottorp (Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary). See Dernath, Gerhard, Count Dernath.

Morocco. See Morocco.

Poland (Resident and Envoy Extraordinary). See Lorme, C. P. de.

Portugal (Envoy), 30, 209, 284; (Minister). See Brochado, Don Joseph da Cunha.

Prussia (Envoy or Resident). See Bonet.

Russia (Envoy Extraordinary). See Leith, Mons.

Savoy (Envoy). See Maffei, Anniball, Conte di Maffei.

Saxony, Elector of Saxony as King of Poland (Resident and Envoy Extraordinary.) See Lorme, C. P. de.

Spain (Plenipotentiary). See Rosales, Don I. C. de A. de, Marques de Monteleon.

Sweden (Envoy or Minister), 70; and see Gyllenborg, Carl.

Tuscany (Envoy Extraordinary). See Giraldi, Jacopo.

Venice (Ambassador or Ambassador Extraordinary), 57; and see Grimani, Pietro; (Secretary), 392.

To Portugal from:

Germany, Emperor of (Envoy). See Ursini, J. F., graf von Rosenberg.

Ambrose, Lawrence, Receiver General of Land Tax for Berkshire, 231.

America (North America), 134, 327.

Admiralty Rights and Perquisites in, arrears of, enquiry into, 156.

Army in. See Army.

bills of exchange from, 217.

Commissioner to enquire into certain matters in. See Nicholson, Francis.

naval stores bought in, 150.

pitch from, scheme for supplying, 158.

Post Office revenue in, loss to, by the currency of Paper bills, 218.

preacher in, 100.

prizes in, arrears of, 110; commissioner for enquiring into. See Nicholson, Francis.

revenues in, enquiry into, 438; state of, 88.

serjeants sent to, with lieutenants' commissions. See Armyserjeants.

settlement of disbanded soldiers in, proposed, 317.

stores brought back from the Canada Expedition to be sold in, 134.

sugar plantations in, discouragement of, 418.

Surveyor General (Surveyor General of Customs of the Southern Division), petition for place of, 376, 429; report by, 110.

tar from, scheme for supplying, 158.

trade in, Commissioner to enquire into. See Nicholson, Francis.

See also

Antigua.

Barbados.

Bermuda Islands.

Boston.

Canada.

Carolina.

Jamaica.

Leeward Islands.

Maryland.

Massachusetts Bay.

Montserrat.

Nevis.

New England.

New Hampshire.

New York.

Newfoundland.

North Carolina.

Nova Scotia.

Pennsylvania.

St. Christopher.

Surinam.

Virginia.

West Indies.

Amsterdam, 1, 37, 66, 276.

Bank money, 21.

bills of exchange on, 11, 262, 373.

English Church at, minister of, issues to, 60(2).

merchants of, 17, 84.

remittances for, 40.

Anchor Wharf at Deptford, q.v.

Anderson, Andrew, husband of Agnes Campbell, 382; Queen's printer, Scotland, 382.

-, John, a Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber, 504.

-, John, quartermaster to Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Andrews, John, Receiver General for co. Warwick, deceased, debt of, 484; sureties of, petition of, 445, 484.

-, Nicholas, master of the Virgin, 106.

-, Richard, lieutenant in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Thomas, deputy to the Surveyor [General of Customs], appointed to make extracts from Port Books in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, 332; report by, 423.

Angier, Paul, tidewaiter (tidesman) at Wells, appointment, 192; promotion for, 292.

Anglesey:

Chief Justice. See Meyrick, John.

Crown Rents and Revenues in, Receiver General of (M. Granger, H. Howorth), 126.

Head, the, erection of a lighthouse on, recommended, 143.

judicial seal for, 226.

Land Tax, arrears of, 100; Commissioners for, letter to, 100; Receiver General of. See Caswell, James.

Second Justice. See Jessop, William; Meyrick, John.

Anglesey, Earl of. See Annesley, Arthur.

Anguish, Edmond, 409; Customer of Great Yarmouth (30 Chas. II), 196; one of the grand children of Sir Thomas Allen, 196.

-, Mary, relict of Edmond, petition for perquisites of her husband's office, 196, 389, 409.

Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia:

Army in. See Army.

[artillery train for], proposed establishment, 121.

exchange of money between London and, 282.

Governor of. See Nicholson, Francis; Vetch, Samuel.

Anne, Queen:

addresses to. See Parliament Commons and Lords.

bedding for, 407.

birthday of, 146; payment of small charities in Scotland on, 74.

bounties, charities, pensions, etc. of. See Queen's private pensions.

chapel at St. James's used by, 28.

Civil List of. See Civil List.

Court of, Ladies at, gold medals commemorating the Peace of Utrecht for, 360.

gifts (christening gifts), grants, presents, etc. from, 47, 50, 52, 57, 91(2), 145, 166, 236, 250, 275(2), 310, 314, 319, 327, 352(3), 365, 369, 383, 391, 392.

gold medals commemorating the Peace of Utrecht to be distributed by, 285.

household of. See Royal Household.

jewels for, 391.

lace, etc., for, 222.

persons discharged from [Chelsea] Hospital and, 408.

pictures of, 88, 236.

plate (Prince George of Denmark's) left to, 79.

vacancies in the Church of Scotland in the gift of, 26.

Annesley (Annesly), Mr., attending the Treasury, 12.

-, Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, attending the Treasury, 38; Paymaster General, etc. of Ireland, 316.

-, Francis:

Commissioner of Public Accounts, 162, 260, 302.

Commissioner for accounts of Army debts, 162, 260, 302.

Commissioner for appropriating public supplies, 162.

-, Richard, ensign in Windsor's regiment of foot, half pay for, 478.

Annuities, names of recipients of. See Pensions.

Annuities:

(as by 6 Anne, c. 2, for continuing the duties on Low Wines, etc., and for settling and establishing a fund thereby, and by the application of certain overplus monies and otherwise for payment of annuities to be sold for raising a further supply for the service of the year 1707), fund for paying 72,187 l. 10s. 0d., overplus of, applied to fund for paying the 40,000l. annuities purchased anno 1708, 162.(as by 6 Anne, c. 39, for raising a further supply for the service of the year 1708 and other uses by sale of annuities charged on a fund not exceeding 40,000l. per annum, etc.):

payments due on, application of overplus moneys of the fund settled by Act 6 Anne, c, 2, clause 21, for 72,187l. 10s. 0d. annuities purchased anno 1707 to, 163; application of unappropriated moneys in the Exchequer to (as by Act 10 Anne, c. 19, clause 122), 122; application of surplus of Excise charged by Act 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, to, 272.

(as by 6 Anne, c. 48, for continuing half Subsidies of Tonnage and Poundage, etc., granted as by Act 12 Car. II, c. 4, and for settling a fund for payment of annuities not exceeding 80,000l. per annum for the service of the year 1708):

surplus of, paid to the Bank of England for interest due for circulating Exchequer Bills, 186.

for 9 per cent. anno 1710, office for, 317.

for 14 per cent, and survivorships, office for, 317.

on the 3,700l. per week Excise, offices for, 317.

on the Two Sevenths Ninepence per barrel Excise (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), fund of, overplus of, 284.

orders, lost, renewal of, 277, 303, 342.

See also Bankers' annuities; Lotteries1710 Lottery Annuities of 1,500,000l.; Million Bank.

Anonymous letters, 79, 131, 136, 157, 160, 244, 336, 360, 406, 408, 443, 446.

Anstis, Mr., attending the Treasury, 489; matters referred to, 30, 396; memorials re price of tin, 134, 135, re tin mortgaged in Holland, 489.

-, John, payment to, for Historiographer Royal, etc., 275; petition for lease of Tremola and extension of lease in North Kingbear, 137.

Antigua:

bills from, money to discharge, 24.

chaplain for, 234.

Governor of. See Douglas, W.; Parke, D.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Yeomans, J.

Secretary of. See Kerby, [Thomas].

witnesses sent from, to prove the late rebellion there and the murder of Colonel Parke, 261, 276, 398; and see French, G.; Oglethorp, R.

Antimony, importation of, 154.

Antonie, Mark, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Antwerp, bill of exchange on, 11.

Apothecaries. See London; Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Apothecary to the Duke of Shrewsbury, 436.

Apprentices, duty on (as by 8 Anne, c. 5), office for, incidents bill, 167.

Arabian horses, for the Queen's stud, 468, 469.

Aram, Thomas, Commissioner of Salt Duty, 173.

-, Thomas, master of the William and Martha, 354.

Arbor, William, groom cart-taker of the Royal Household, wages and board wages, 500.

Arbuthnot, Alexander, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 147, 154.

-, Dr. John, third and fourth Physician to the Royal Household, 517.

Civil List pensioner, 542.

deputy to, for the place of one of the five undersearchers of London port, 82.

salary payments, 424, 517.

travelling charges, 315.

Archer, Richard, petitioner, 410.

-, Thomas, Groom Porter, Royal Household, 516.

Arcy, D'. See Darcy.

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, John.

Arlington, Countess of, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Armenian. See Lyon, Godfrey.

Armiger, George, Under Second Secondary in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office, 294.

Armitage, Jane, spinster, lease of a tenement in Richmond to, 217.

Arms, Chief Engraver of. See Roose, John; Officers of. See Heralds' College; Ireland.

Armstrong, John, Chief Engineer at Dunkirk, overseer for the demolition of Dunkirk, 299.

-, Katherine, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Army:

Abroad:

Agents, salaries and allowances, account of, required, 44.

offreckonings, payments out of, 246, 247, 248.

Parliamentary supply for, exceedings of, account of, required, 134.

pay of, account of, required by the House of Commons, 184.

Paymaster (James Brydges, Paymaster and Paymaster General; Thomas Moore, Paymaster, Paymaster General and Receiver and Paymaster of Land Forces in Minorca, Dunkirk, Gibraltar and Land Forces still remaining in the Low Countries and elsewhere). See also Fox, Charles.

accounts of, 313, 359, 458; fortnightly certificates of, 356; privy seal for allowances in, 463.

advances by, to troops on the Irish Establishment, 438.

agreement with, for compounding debt due from Messrs. Vanderheyden and Drummond, 17.

appointment of Thomas Moore, 326 note, 327, 328, 347.

attending the Attorney General, 17.

attending the Bank of England, 21, 41.

attending the Commission for the Invalids, 10.

attending the Lord Treasurer, 3, 5, 14, 20, 22, 32, 35, 36, 38(2), 45, 49, 57, 58, 66, 313, 318, 475.

bill of exchange drawn on, 136.

date of transference of payment of troops from James Brydges to Thomas Moore (24 August, 1713), 45.

deputy to (deputy paymaster), 51.

Deputy Paymasters, certificates from, re stoppages for subsistence, 36; in Flanders, 299; salaries and allowances of, 44; account of, required, 318; troops in pay of, 44; and see Morris, T.

estimate for subsistence of garrison at Gibraltar from, 80.

interest on Exchequer Bills and, 320.

inventory of stores in Spain from, 132.

issues to, 1, 7, 8, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 46, 50, 55, 73, 83, 207, 212, 223, 224, 237, 240(2), 245, 251, 254, 262(2), 270, 313, 319, 335, 346, 351, 353, 357, 360, 361, 401, 415.

letters to and matters referred to, 1, 3, 6, 11, 13, 30, 44, 51, 59, 78, 83, 86, 95, 98, 131, 132, 134, 136, 142, 145, 150, 151, 152, 156, 168, 171, 184, 195, 196, 199, 213, 216, 221, 225, 229, 261, 268, 284, 291, 298, 299(2), 304, 307, 313, 317, 320, 324, 345, 373, 388, 399, 400, 408, 410, 411, 429, 431, 433, 437, 438, 443, 447, 456, 457, 466, 470.

loans to, 5, 12, 20(2), 21, 22, 39, 41, 75, 83(2), 98, 115, 120, 124, 136.

memorials, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11(2), 17, 21, 32, 33, 35(2), 36(2), 38, 41, 84(2), 96, 239, 244, 269, 314, 324, 350, 402, 406, 407, 470, 475, 489.

money advanced by, to regiments on the Establishment of Guards and Garrisons, 3.

office of, 445; accounts of, state of, 406, 408, 411; arrears of pay due in, account of, required, 11; exceedings in, 179.

payments by, 10, 18, 25, 36, 52, 83, 108, 115, 120, 151, 212, 224, 240(2), 245, 246, 247, 251, 254, 262, 288, 298, 299, 353(2), 357, 360, 361, 363, 364, 373, 401, 438; account of, required, 291.

profits from exchange remittances, copy of order re, sent to, 59.

remittances from Ireland to, 3, 214, 354, 438.

reports by, 82, 86, 144, 206, 313, 336, 359, 411, 466.

South Sea Stock in the hands of, deposited by and transferred by and to, 20, 36, 46, 75, 83(2), 124, 125, 136, 141, 145, 154, 157, 163, 246, 352, 353, 430, 479, 480, 483(2); account of, required, 298; dividends on, 2, 148, 149, 150, 349, 373.

subsistence payable by States General and, 138.

tallies and orders deposited by, etc., 2, 21, 23, 36, 38, 39, 41, 46, 151; account of, required, 298.

warrant to, 363; for regulating half pay, 107.

Accounts, Comptrollers of:

attendance at meetings of the Chelsea Hospital Commissioners by, 121.

clerks of, issue for, 94.

instructions to, 356.

letters to and matters referred to, 52, 95, 96, 99, 102, 122, 130, 132, 144, 153, 157, 177(2), 196, 199, 201, 240, 244(2), 261, 263, 269, 284, 290, 307, 314, 324, 336, 359, 369, 380, 390, 400, 404, 410, 411, 419, 423, 432, 466, 471, 481(3), 489.

office of, contingencies, 219, 347; in the Privy Garden, 262, 314.

on the Establishment of Guards and Garrisons, 57.

reports by, 51, 52, 82, 122, 171, 199, 215, 216, 218, 222, 257, 262, 289, 304, 314, 337, 350, 371, 373, 375, 388, 389, 400, 401, 402, 411, 413, 417, 420, 422.

Secretary to (James Astry, Gregory King), 127, 284, 374, 375; appointment of James Astry, 374; death of Gregory King, 375.

accoutrements, 13, 86, 131, 279, 337; contracts for, 324, 390; sale of, 387; undisposed of, 99.

Acts of Parliament for Regulating, copies of, for Secretary at War, 291.

Adjutants, half pay rates, 108.

Agents, complaint against, 244, 411; receiving debentures in the late war, names of, required, 131; salaries and allowances of, account of, required, 318. See also Army Abroad and Regiments.

Aides de Camp, 420; pay of, 8.

Allies. See Allies.

ambassadorial assistance for poor soldiers, 309.

America, 195; wives of officers in, money ordered for, 177.

Annapolis Royal, garrison of, 147.

[artillery train], proposed establishment, 121.

medicines and instruments for, 343.

memorial re, 282, 286.

officers, pay, issue for, 178.

Parliamentary supply for (2,180l. 6s. 0d.), 286.

subsistence, 219, 282, 286.

apothecary. See Armymaster apothecary.

Arms, 86, 279; lost, renewal of, 342; sale of, 387; undisposed of, 99.

Barbados, [artillery train] for, proposed Establishment, 121.

barracks, building in the Mint required for, 184; building and repair of, 28, 102, 164(3), 178, 201, 411, 422; fire and candle for, 57; report on, 8.

battles. See Battles.

bedding, 171, 190.

belts, buff, 273.

Bermuda, company at, subsistence for, 152, 286.

bits for, 273.

boats for, 421.

boots for, 273.

Borl, troops of. See Borl.

bounty money, 8(2), 10, 98, 216, 245, 286, 311, 362, 373; for disbanded officers and men, 36; for recruits, 40s. a man, 35; petition for, 404.

Brabant, exchange remittances for, advantage made by, 433.

bread, 199; contracts and contractors for, 69, 144, 225, 237.

bread and bread waggons, 90, 128, 154; contractor for, 90, 221, 270.

bread and forage, contractor for. See Kaa, Van der.

bread money, 411.

Brigade Majors, petition for salary in time of peace, 200.

buckets for, 273.

butter for, 240.

Canada, expedition under Brigadier John Hill, 71.

Captain General (Duke of Ormonde), pay, 94, 219, 347, 413; and see ArmyFlanders.

captains, half pay rates, 108; pay, 266, 267, 268.

carriages, 420, 421.

Catalonia, artillery train, officers of, 121.

cattle for, 144.

chaplains, 121, 280; allowances, 57; half pay, 108, 211, 475, 476, 477; pay, 266, 267, 268.

cheese for, 240.

chirurgeons. See Army Surgeons.

clearings, 35, 51, 97, 130, 134, 152, 219, 224, 240, 336, 360, 373, 411, 444.

cloak pads, 273.

cloaks and straps, 273.

clothing, 13, 75, 85, 131, 171(2), 235, 248, 261, 282, 324, 337, 389, 400, 411, 412, 416.

accounts, Act 12 Anne, c. 3, for adjusting and enquiring into, 35, 353.

contractors for (clothiers), 489; arrears due to, 213, attend the Treasury, 35, 66; case of, Attorney General's opinion on, 36; debt due to, 67; payments to, 97, 246, 247; petition of, 317.

contracts for, 130, 324, 390.

loss of, 353.

coats for, 273.

collars for, 273.

colonels, half pay, 299; pay, 266, 267.

commissaries, 237, 299.

Commissary General, 130; letter to, 390; matter referred to, 389.

Commissary of Stores. See ArmySpain.

contingencies, 152, 157, 177, 286, 343, 347, 353, 363, 370, 400, 401, 420, 430, 487; Parliamentary supply for, 466; and see ArmyFlanders.

contracts and contractors (undertakers), 134; and see Armybread; bread and bread waggons; clothing; forage.

corn for, 144.

cornets, half pay, 108; pay, 266, 267.

corporals, pay, 266, 267, 268.

Danish troops. See Danish.

debentures, 150, 365; for the late war, account of, required, 131; interest on, cause in the Exchequer Court re, 2; owners of, admitted as share holders in the South Sea Company, 47 note, 48 note; see also Rice, John.

debts, Commissioners for stating and determining, appointed by Act 10 Anne, c. 38, cl. 6 and 12 Anne, c. 3 (F. Annesley, H. Bertie, H. Campion, T. Lister, G. Lockhart, W. Shippen, S. Winnington).

case of Colonel J. Rice and, 87 note.

incidents, 302, 308.

letters to and matters referred to, 36, 153, 165, 170, 224, 371, 400, 438.

payment to, 260.

salaries, 162, 302.

debts, Commissioners appointed by Act 11 Wm. III, c. 8, 46 note.

Deficiencies anno 1711, Parliamentary supply for (370,221l. 18s. 9d.), 18, 151.

dependants, stoppages from subsistence for, 36.

deserters and desertions, 64, 420, 471.

disbanded and reduced soldiers, care of, 199; settlement of, 335, in Minorca, 345, in North America, 264, 317.

disbandment and reduction, 2, 8(2), 11, 36, 83, 96, 98, 99, 100, 107, 110, 115, 134, 141, 210, 219, 220, 229, 235, 237, 245, 278, 279, 286, 311, 314, 321, 322, 336, 337, 345, 350, 362, 380(2), 396, 402, 403, 475, 476, 480, 482, 487; memorial re,30; orders for speeding, 30; shipping for, 30.

drugs and medicines for, 157, 165, 218, 343; bad and unfit for service, 86, 196; payment for, 304.

drums (drummers), invalid, disbanded, 8; bounty money for, 8, 98; pay, 267, 268; subsistence, 8, 98.

Dunkirk garrison:

[artillery train], proposed establishment, 121.

battalions, six, forage for, 353; reduced to lowest complement, 30; sent from Flanders, 324; three, broken, 30.

exchange remittances, 373, 407.

Governor of, pay, 35, 50, 240, 357; and see Dunkirk.

Horse and dragoons, subsistence of discharged men from, 380.

hospital, expense and officers' pay, 156.

Parliamentary supply (38,967l. 16s. 0d.), 357, 415; estimate for anno 1713 required, 14, 134.

Receiver and Paymaster. See ArmyAbroad (Paymaster).

Staff of, pay, 50, 357.

staff officers, pay, 35, 240.

subsistence, 37, 251, 254.

transportation of troops from, 379.

ensigns, half pay, 108; serjeants sent to America on pay of, 141, 142, 298.

establishments, defective, 277.

exchange remittances for. See ArmyDunkirk, Flanders, Gibraltar, Minorca, Port Mahon.

Extraordinary charges of the war, 199; account of, for the Commons, 237; Parliamentary supply for, 225; (20,572l. 5s. 10d.), 353; (149,621l. 8s. 10d. anno 1712), 19, 151; (243,020l. 17s. 6d.), 146.

Field Officers.See ArmyOfficers.

fire and candles, 57, 94, 259, 347, 487.

Flanders (Low Countries):

artillery trains, chaplains of, 383; officers of, 23, 383, recalling of, 160; proposed establishment, 121.

auxiliary troops, that left the Duke of Ormonde, account of forage for, 134.

bread and bread waggons, 128, 154; contracts and contractors for, 90, 221, 237, 270; Parliamentary supply for, 270.

Brigade Majors, petition for salary in peace time, 200.

Camp, Earl of Strafford at, 170.

Captain General (Duke of Ormonde), 281.

commissaries. See below musters.

contingencies, 353; Parliamentary supply for (5,041l. 9s. 6d.), 269.

deputy paymasters, bills drawn by, 37; payments by, 38, 51, 299; and see Sweet, Benjamin.

disbanded soldiers from, care of, 199; subsistence for, 435.

exchange remittances, 1, 11, 21, 33, 40, 44, 66, 124, 125, 234, 244, 373, 483(2); advantages made by, 58, 59, 433.

forage, 51, 261; contractors for, 95, 134, 152, 237, 270; Parliamentary supply for, 270.

forage money, 41, 156.

foreign troops, bread, bread waggons and forage, contractors for, 270; officers of, orders of the Duke of Ormonde not obeyed by, 23.

garrisons, subsistence for, 37, 251.

General of. See Butler, J., Duke of Ormonde.

General Officers. See below Officers.

Holstein troops, 360.

hospitals, Director of (John Hudson), 156; physicians and surgeons, petition for half pay, 200.

issue for, 354; out of unappropriated money, 407.

loans for clearing services of, 39.

Lieutenant General in (Earl of Stair, Lord North and Grey), 443.

musters and muster rolls, 263; commissaries of, 237; inspection of, 32, 224; returned complete (when forces were known to be defective in their numbers), contrary to instructions, 213, 220, 229, 237.

National troops, that followed the Duke of Ormonde to Ghent, forage for, 134.

Officers, subsistence for, 212; General, pay of, 8, 400, payments for forage by stoppages from, objection to, 152, 153.

Parliamentary supply for (1,324,728l. 18s. 7d.), 18, 151; estimate for anno 1713, required, 14, 134.

pay, 38; proposal for saving, 224.

payments for anno 1708, privy seal for, 359.

Receiver and Paymaster. See ArmyAbroad (Paymaster).

recruits, bounty money, 35, 38; charge for, 196; supplied by Commissioners of Land Tax, 35.

regiments, troops, etc.

dragoons, forage for, 11, 51, 115; three regiments embarked from Scotland, 235.

foot, petition to be allowed to muster complete, 263.

six battalions detached from, 324, 353.

stoppages from, for subsistence, 11.

sums allowed to, for recruits, 35.

that did not disobey the Duke of Ormonde's orders, 23.

subject (National), subsistence, 335; that followed the Duke of Ormonde to Ghent, 134.

subsistence, 41, 50, 66, 254, 357, 415; rate of, 380; stoppages, 115, for dependants or attorneys, 35.

Walloon troops, 360.

winter quarters, 115.

forage, 51, 95, 115, 152(2), 261, 314, 324, 353, 359, 373, 410; contracts and contractors for, 95, 134, 152, 225, 237, 270, 411; loans for, 11.

forage money, 41, 86, 156, 411.

Foreign troops that did not disobey the orders of the Duke of Ormonde as to paying off, 22, 23, 160; officers of who did not obey the orders of the Duke of Ormonde, 23.

garrisons, fire and candle for, 94, 347, 487; pay, 94, 219, 347, 361, 487; subsistence, 219; and see Army Annapolis Royal, Berwick, Dunkirk, Flanders, Gibraltar, Guards and Garrisons, Newfoundland, Placentia, Plymouth, Port Mahon.

General Officers. See Army Officers.

Gibraltar garrison:

arms and accoutrements for, 86.

artillery train, proposed establishment, 121.

bedding for, 171.

bread for, 144, 199.

clothing, 412.

disbursements for, 471.

Dragoons, unmounted, subsistence for, 80.

exchange remittances, 3, 33, 34, 38, 43, 44, 49, 57, 212, 237, 345, 407.

governor of. See Congreve, Ralph; Stanwix, Thomas.

Hospital, allowance for sick and wounded in, 289; physician to (Dr. M. Keatin), 213.

invalids, subsistence for, 80.

issue for, 320.

officers of, subsistence for, 73, 224, 361.

pay, 357.

Parliamentary supply (18,731l. 4s. 0d.), 320, 357, 361, 415; estimate for anno 1713 required, 14, 134.

provisions for, 61, 189, 195, 442, 456.

Receiver and Paymaster. See ArmyAbroad (Paymaster).

reduction of, 30.

remittances. See above exchange remittances.

services, estimate for, 4; memorial re, 84.

subsistence, 80, 313, 357.

supernumerary men, 80.

gloves for, 273.

Guards and garrisons:

clearings of, persons entitled to and sums payable for, 97, 98.

clothing for, payment for, 36, 248.

contingencies, cost of building barracks paid out of, 102; issue for, 370; payment out of, 363; pensions paid out of, 132, 133, 152, 155.

establishment, allowance for the Constable of the Tower, 527; omissions from draft of, 57; regiments on, account of money advanced to, required, 3.

offreckonings, payments out of, 36, 248.

Parliamentary supply for, exceedings of, account of, required, 134; anno 1712 (514, 141l. 14s. 5d.), payment out of, 487; anno 1713 (183,281l. 1s. 6d.), estimate required, 14, 134, payments out of, 303, 331, 342, 361, 370, 413, 486.

Paymaster, Paymaster General (John Howe):

accounts of, allowances in, 326, 341; for discount of Exchequer Bills, 326 note; fortnightly certificates of, instructions for making and transmitting, 356.

affairs of Chelsea Hospital to be regulated by, 203.

attending the Lord Treasurer, 6, 313.

certificate by, 97.

contract for new clothes for invalids proposed by, 324.

debentures on Irish Forfeited Estates delivered to, 365, 366, 424, 438.

estimates by, for Invalids, 175, for repairs at the Guards and Tilt Yards, 323.

issues to, 6, 24(2), 26, 46, 54, 146, 178, 193, 202, 219, 227, 251, 259, 262, 286, 303, 321, 331, 337, 342, 347, 361, 370, 383, 390, 413, 480, 486, 487; privy seal for, 216.

letters to and matters referred to, 70, 76, 85, 94, 99, 100, 132, 133(2), 134, 146, 151, 152, 155, 174, 175, 184(2), 202(2), 221, 304, 320, 400, 401, 404(2), 408, 428, 435.

loans to, 16, 42, 70, 152.

memorials, 6, 26, 42, 46, 70, 292, 300, 389, 390, 410, 412, 438, 474.

office of, exceedings in, account of required, 179.

payments by, 94, 100, 133, 134, 152, 178, 227, 251, 259, 286, 290, 300, 303, 304, 314, 321, 331, 337, 342, 345, 361, 370, 383, 413, 416, 480, 486.

reports and representations, 99, 133, 155, 157, 201, 206, 215.

South Sea Stock subscribed by, 298, 438; dividends on, 6, 148, 149, 150, 152, 349; transferred, 72, 97, 145, 248.

tallies and orders in hands of, 38, 298; assigned or deposited, 42, 70.

warrants to, 97(2), 248, 300, 363, 438.

state of, account of, required, 389, 390.

subsistence for, 23, 26, 37, 193, 202.

gunners. See Ordnance.

hair bags for, 273.

half pay, 11, 54, 77, 83, 115, 136, 141, 146, 200, 210, 211, 278; Parliamentary supply anno 1713, estimate required for, 14, 134; rates of, 108; regulations for, 107, 108. See also ArmyOfficers; Holstein troops; Walloon troops.

Hanover troops. See Hanover.

hats for, 273.

hautboy, pay of, 267.

Holstein troops. See Holstein.

holsters for, 273.

horses, 279, 421; allowance for, 266; captured and killed, 8, 98, 353; transportation of, 258.

hospitals, expense of, 420; physicians and surgeons of, petition for half pay, 200; supplies for, contract price, 420. See also ArmyDunkirk, Flanders, Gibraltar, Port Mahon, Portugal, Spain.

impressment for, proclamation for stopping, 329.

infirmary. See Savoy.

Invalid Companies (Invalids): at Gibraltar, subsistence, 80.

at Greenwich and Upnor, clothing for, 417.

clothing for, 75, 324, 389, 390, 416, 417.

Commissioners for, Judge Advocate (Mr. Byde) to attend constantly, 10, 108.

computation of 1,000 dismissed the pension, 406.

disbandment and reduction, 6, 8, 98, 99, 100, 152.

eight companies, intended to be formed, pay of, 174 note; officers of, petition of, 174 and note, 206.

four companies at Portsmouth, discontinued, 152; officers of, issue to pay off, 152.

from Spain, transportation of, 1.

issues for, 6, 54.

Parliamentary supply for, 174 and note, for anno 1713, estimate for, required, 14, 134; privy seal for, 216.

pay of, estimate for, required, 175.

qualified for out pensions of Chelsea Hospital, 123.

serjeants, petition for subsistence, 141.

seven companies, disbanded, 6; officers and privates, issue for pay of, 6.

subsistence and bounty, 8, 80, 98, 123, 219.

three companies, at the Tower of London, disbanded, 100.

twelve companies, clothing and accoutrements, 324, 389, 390, 416; issue for, 413; pay, 94, 347(2), 487; subsistence, 219.

Ireland. See Ireland.

Italy, Commissioners for inspecting accounts of, 122; Prussian troops, arrears of pay, 409; Saxe-Gotha troops, 196.

Jamaica. [artillery train], proposed establishment, 121.

Judge Advocate (T. Byde), attending Commission for the Invalids, 10, 108; office of, disbursements in, 487; see also ArmyPortugal.

kettle-drummers, pay, 266.

levy money for recruits, 371.

lieutenant colonels, half pay rates, 108; pay, 266, 267.

lieutenants, half pay rates, 108; pay, 266, 268; sergeants sent to America with Commissions as, 141, 142, 270, 298.

Low Countries. See Army Flanders.

majors, half pay rate, pay, 266, 267; and see ArmyBrigade Majors.

master apothecary, 86.

medicines. See Armydrugs and medicines.

miners, reduced, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 482.

Minorca garrison, 405.

allowances to disbanded non-commissioned officers and privates, in lieu of their swords, 373.

bounty for disbanded men from, 362, 373.

cattle and corn for, 144.

clothing, 412.

Commander in Chief, directions to, re silver money, 10.

consisting of two regiments (1709), 144.

disbandment and reduction, 30, 345, 362, 373.

exchange remittances for, 407.

medicines supplied to, 157.

Parliamentary supply for (29,093l. 9s. 4d.), 320, 357, 415; estimate for anno 1713 required, 14, 134.

Receiver and Paymaster. See ArmyAbroad (Paymaster).

See also ArmyPort Mahon.

mules (mule money), 411, 420(2), 458.

musters and muster rolls, 35, 36, 64, 95, 103, 130, 213, 237, 263, 402, 403, 471.

Acts of Parliament re, 263 and note.

commissaries of, 237; salaries of, account of, required, 318.

Commissary of, 96, 213.

Deputy Commissary General (D. Crawford), 301, 396.

inspection of, 32, 224.

method of mustering, memorial re, 84.

missing, 130.

Muster Masters, ordered to muster effectives only, 229.

returned complete, when forces were known to be defective in numbers, 213, 220, 229, 237.

Mutiny and Desertion, Acts of Parliament re, list of, 263 note.

New England, company of foot commanded by Captain Walton, pay of, petition re, 85.

New York:

[artillery train], proposed establishment, 121.

clearing arrears of, surplusage of 30 per cent. accrued by exchange of money for, 464.

four companies, clearings, 134, 152; subsistence, 343, 347, 370, 413, 487.

Independant company, commanded by the Earl of Clarendon, respits on, 77, 201, 314; watch gowns for, 314.

Serjeants with lieutenants' commissions, half pay, 307; wives of, payments to, 298, 307.

Newfoundland:

Chief commander of (J. Moody), 215.

Companies (Company of Foot, Independent Company), Agent and Solicitor to (J. Thurston), complaint against, 244; warrant to, 215.

officers of, pay of, 219.

private sentinels, petition of, 244.

shoes, stockings and shirts for, 215.

subsistence, 215.

garrison, subsistence, 178.

General of (Colonel Nicholson), 156.

See also ArmyPlacentia.

non commissioned officers, disbanded and reduced:

allowance for their swords (3s.), 220.

bounty money for, 8, 98, 220, 311.

clearings, 219, 220.

prisoners of war in Spain, 8, 98.

subsistence, 8, 98.

Officers:

arrears of, debentures for, 365.

Brevet, not entitled to half pay, 107.

debts of, sale of Irish lands to meet (as by Act 11 Wm. III, c. 2 and c. 8), 46 note.

disabled, recompense for, 395.

disbanded and reduced:

bounty for, 36.

commissions of, to be registered, 107.

half pay for, 2, 11, 83, 107, 115, 321, 322, 337, 480; commencing dates, reports on, 401, 402, 403; deduction of 6d. in the from, 337; rates of, 108; regulations for, 107, 108.

naturalised, 107.

Parliamentary supply anno 1713, estimate for, required, 134.

pay of, 336, 350, 402, 403.

petition of, 237.

settlement of, in North America, proposed, 264, 317.

subsistence, 2, 83, 402, 403.

en second, 171, 403; clearings, 224; disbanded or reduced, 83; half pay for, 83; prisoners of war, 171.

Field, 266, 267, 420.

French, petitioners, 423.

General, Board of, report by, 261; pay of, 8, 36, 94, 96, 219, 244, 251, 347, 400.

half pay, 2, 136, 141, 278, 279, 390, 437, 470, 474, 478, 480.

appointment of separate paymasters of, Lord Treasurer's disapproval of, 307, 308.

commencing dates of, reports on, 401, 402, 403.

insufficiency of, 428.

lists of, required by the Lord Treasurer, 54, 313.

Parliamentary supply for, 350.

petitions for, 146, 350.

non commissioned. See Armynon commissioned officers.

of Invalid Companies, 6; issue to pay off, 152; petition of, 174 and note, report on, 206.

pay, 6, 99, 100, 178, 219, 279, 280, 281, 403; allowance to wives out of, 142.

prisoners of war, 130, 170, 171, 402, 403.

recalled from abroad, 23.

recruiting, 403.

reduced to great want, 279.

reformed, on half pay, 478.

Roman Catholic, Irish, claim by, 378.

servants of, 266, 267, 380.

sold out, not entitled to half pay, 107.

staff, half pay, 211; pay, 8, 35, 36, 94, 240, 244, 266, 267, 347, 420.

subaltern, petition of, 146, 153.

subsistence, 1, 2, 170, 212, 224, 336, 361, 402.

widows of, 419; allowances and pensions, 35, 120, 240, 360.

wives of, payments to, 142, 177.

offreckonings, 35, 36, 171, 246, 247, 248, 249, 282, 317, 489.

Parliamentary supply for, anno 1712; exceedings of, estimate of, required, 14; anno 1713, estimate of, required, 14; (636,888l. 14s. 10d. for 6 months, 1712 Dec. 221713 June 23), 212, 219, 223, 224, 227, 240, 245, 251, 254, 259, 286, 335, 342, 347, 353, 361, 370, 383, 401, 487.

See also Army

Annapolis.

Deficiencies.

Dunkirk.

Extraordinary charges of the war.

Flanders.

Gibraltar.

Guards and Garrisons.

Invalids.

Minorca.

Officers (half pay).

Plantations.

Portugal (Commissioners for inspecting accounts; Major General).

Spain.

pay, 36, 38, 50, 85, 94, 95, 96, 99(2), 157, 171(2), 174 and note, 178, 184, 206, 214, 219, 220, 224(2), 240, 244, 251, 266, 267, 268, 279, 280, 281, 294, 354, 357, 359, 361, 400, 401, 402, 403, 466, 487.

arrears of, account of, required, 11.

deductions from, for Chelsea Hospital, 174 note, 300, for victualling, 195; 12d. in the , 363, 364.

of officers. See ArmyOfficers.

to be issued to effectives only, 229.

Pay office, certificate dated at, 97.

Paymasters (Paymasters General):

office of, demands for stoppages from subsistence entered in, 36; regimental, 369, payment of recruit money and, 36.

See also ArmyAbroad, Guards and Garrisons, Officers (half pay), Placentia; Jones, R., Earl of Ranelagh.

pensions, 120, 132, 133, 152, 155, 360, 404.

Physician General. See Le Caan, John.

physicians, 86, 213; petition for half pay, 200.

Placentia garrison:

clothing for, 221; issued out of stores returned from the Canada Expedition, 282.

fire and candle, 259.

forces for, wintering at Lisbon, 447, 448.

Lieutenant Governor (Colonel Moody), 209, 221.

medicines and instruments for, 343.

paymaster of, 240.

provisions for (victualling), 25, 209, 221, 240, 347, 348; deduction of 6d. a day from pay for, proposed, 195; from New England, proposal for supplying, 225.

subsistence, 178, 259.

Plantations, Parliamentary supply for (21,345l. 13s. 4d.), 286, 343, 347, 370, 413, 487.

Port Mahon garrison:

artillery train, Officers of, recalling of, 160; proposed establishment, 121.

bread for, contract for, 69.

estimate of amount required for services, 4.

exchange remittances, 3, 33, 34, 38, 42, 43, 49, 57, 212, 237, 345.

Governor of (Brigadier Lewis Petit), 289.

hospital, director of (Robert Hardwick), payments to, 288, 289, 438. See also Port Mahon.

officers of, subsistence for, 1, 73.

pay, 357.

regiments from, 402; musters of, 103.

seacoals for, 246.

subsistence, 73, 224, 313, 320, 357.

Portugal:

accoutrements for 131; instructions for disposal of, 13.

Aide de Camp (C. Pearce), 420.

boats for, 421.

carriages for, 420, 421.

clothing for, 131; instructions for disposal of, 13.

Commander-in-Chief (Major General T. Pearce) 177, 420, 430.

Commissary General of Stores, 86, 99; and see Medlicot, Charles.

Commissioners for Inspecting accounts of (affairs of the war) 102, 122, 189, 195(2); Parliamentary supply voted for (6,205l.), 240; pay and contingencies, issue for, 240.

contingencies, 177, 420(2), 430.

deputy paymaster (T. Morrice), money shipped to Spain by, claim re, 431.

deserters from, payments to Portuguese for taking up, 420.

deserters from the enemy for, payments to, 420.

drugs and medicines for, 86, 165; demand for payment for, 257; unfit for service, 196.

horses, 421.

hospitals. See Portugal hospitals in.

Judge Advocate (J. Elrington), 420.

Major General for, Parliamentary supply for, 313.

mules for, 420(2).

musters, 95.

officers, entitled to half pay, 107; Field, 420; General, pay, 36, 244; Staff, pay, 36, 244, 420.

postage of letters, 420.

Provost Marshal (R. Waterman), 420.

Quartermaster General (Colonel J. P. Desbordes), 420.

regiments, 371, 463.

cast away, 353.

disbanded and reduced, 96, 314, 402.

dragoons, disbanded, 314; petition of Officers for half pay, 136; subsistence, 25.

Galway's Spanish regiment of foot, 141.

subsistence, 25, 96.

secret service, 421.

stores, account of, required, 99, 132, 133; Commissary General of. See above Commissary General.

subsistence, 120.

waggon master (Captain T. Giles), 420.

poundage arising upon payments to, officers of the Exchequer and, 61.

poundage deductions for Chelsea Hospital, 300, 413.

privates:

disbanded, bounty and subsistence for, 8, 36, 98, 99, 311; invalids, 8.

pay of, 268.

prisoners of war, bounty and subsistence for, 8, 98.

provisions for, 189; and see ArmyPlacentia.

Provost Marshal. See Army Flanders and Portugal.

Prussian troops. See Prussians.

Quartermaster General. See ArmyPortugal.

Quarter Masters, half pay rates, 108; pay, 266, 267.

quarters, 85; Acts of Parliament for better payment of, 263 note.

Recruit Money, 418; chargeable on regiments, 404.

Recruiting Act, proclamations for executing and suspending, 328(2), 329, 330.

Recruits, 171.

carried on Packet Boats, 453.

levy money for, 371.

money advanced by Receivers General of Land Tax for, 35, 110, 111.

provided by Commissioners of Land Tax, 35.

royal bounty allowed to regiments for charge of, 35, 38, 196.

remittances for. See Army exchange remittances.

remittances from Ireland for, 3, 111.

Regiments and troops:

agents for, 1; receiving debentures for the late war, names of, required, 131.

allowance for sick and wounded paid by, 289.

contingences of, demand for, 157.

disbanded and reduced. See Armydisbandment.

Guards, at Hampton Court, fire and candle for, 487; barracks for, in Hyde Park, 28, 201; in the Savoy, 95, 184, 185, 190.

hospital charges, 289, 420.

in British pay, account of, required by the House of Commons, 184.

in Great Britain, issues for subsistence, 152, 251, 286, 331, 342, 347, 370(2), 383, 413, 486, 487.

invalids from, in hospital at Port Mahon, 289; transportation of, from Spain, 1.

recruit money chargeable to, 404, 418.

wrecked on passage to Portugal, 353.

Foot:

allowance of 3s. to each man of, for his sword, 220.

Brigade Majors of, petition of, 200.

Guards:

battalion in Spain, 336.

clothing for, 171.

Coldstream, major to. See Holmes, Richard; second major to. See Morrison, .

detachment commanded by Brigadier Bissett in Spain, 458.

First, hautboys of, liveries for, 30, 111; subsistence, 227, 303, 304, 361.

[Scotch], commanded by Marquis of Lothian, petition for a chaplain, 121.

Second, subsistence, 227, 303, 304, 361.

subsistence, 26.

Third, 370.

barracks for, 184.

clearings, 130.

clothing contract, 130.

muster rolls, 130.

officers, prisoners of war in Spain, 130, 170.

subsistence, 227, 303, 304.

taken prisoners at Brihuega, 130.

three regiments of, march of, to Portsmouth and Plymouth, 342; officers of, prisoners of war in Spain, 171; subsistence, 342.

musters of, 263.

officers of, half pay rates, 108.

pay and subsistence of, 214.

Royal Regiment of (commanded by the Earl of Orkney), Officers of, memorial of, 471.

Horse:

Brigade Majors of, petition of, 200.

disbanded, 380.

Dragoons, 156, 171, 261.

Brigade Majors of, petition of, 200.

clothing, 235.

detachments for Spain, 400.

disbanded and reduced, 235, 314, 380, 402; from Flanders, care of, 199.

embarked from Scotland (Leith) to Flanders (Ostend), three regiments, 235, 258.

forage for, 115, 359.

forage money per diem,86.

foreign, forage for, 359.

horses of, captured by Marshal Starembergh, allowance for, 7, 98.

officers of, half pay, 136, 278, 279; petition for, 141, rates of, 108.

pay, 214, 220, 267.

remounting of, 393, 437.

Royal Regiment, commanded by the Earl of Stair.

SeeDalrymple, John, Earl of Stair.

subsistence, 26, 214, 220.

unmounted, 80.

unregimented, from Barcelona, royal bounty for, 10.

See also ArmyFlanders (regiments); Portugal (regiments); Walloon troops.

pay and subsistence, 214, 220.

Regiments by names of colonels:

Alexander,.

Ashburnham, John, Lord Ashburnham.

Backwell, Leigh.

Bland, [John].

Bowles, Phineas.

Churchill, Charles.

Clayton, Jasper.

Creighton, David.

Dalzell,.

Deloraine, Earl of.

Desbordes, John.

Dormer, James.

Du Bourgay, .

Evans, [William].

Fielding, Edmund.

Foissac, B. de.

Franks, Richard.

Galway, Earl of.

Gore, [Humphrey].

Gorge, [Richard].

Goring, [Sir Harry].

Grant, Alexander.

Gually, Paul de.

Hamilton, [Hans].

Handasyde,[Roger].

Harrison,[Thomas].

Harvey, [Daniel].

Harwich, Lord.

Hotham, Sir Charles.

Hyndford, Earl of.

Jones, Edward.

Kane, .

Kellum, [George].

Kerr, Lord Mark.

Kerr, William.

La Bouchetiere,.

Leigh, ,

Lepell, ,

Livesay, [John].

Lothian, Marquis of.

Lucas, Richard.

Magny, [Constantine de].

Molesworth, [Richard].

Montandre, Francis, Marquis of Montandre.

Mordaunt, [Harry].

Morris, Richard.

Mountjoy, Viscount.

Munden, [Richard].

Newton, [John].

O'Carroll, Daniel.

Orkney, Earl of.

Palmes, [Francis].

Pearce, Edward.

Pearce, Thomas.

Pepper, John.

Peterborough, Earl of.

Pocock, [John].

Preston, [George].

Price,.

Primrose, [Gilbert].

Rooke, [Hayman].

Ross,[Charles].

Sabine,[Joseph].

Sarlande,.

Sibourg, [Charles].

Slane, Lord.

Southwell, [William].

Stair, Earl of.

Stanhope, James.

Stanwix, [Thomas].

Stewart, William.

Strafford, Earl of.

Sybourg, Charles.

Temple, Sir Richard.

Tyrawley, Lord.

Tyrrel, James.

Vesey,.

Wade, George.

Wharton, Thomas, Earl of Wharton.

Whetham, [Thomas].

Whiting, William.

Windresse, William.

Windsor, Andrew.

Windsor, Thomas, Viscount Windsor.

Withers, [Henry].

Wittewrong, Sir John.

Wynn, [Owen].

respits, 77, 171, 201, 342, 423, 435, 481(2).

saddles with stirrups for, 273.

Savoy forces. SeeSavoy.

Saxe Gotha troops.SeeSaxe Gotha.

Scotland.SeeScotland.

secret service for, payment for, 421.

Secretary at War (Francis Gwyn, Sir William Wyndham), 86, 157, 282, 403, 405.

account of undisposed arms and accoutrements from, 99.

accounts ofmoney paid for recruits returned to, 35.

Acts of Parliament, etc., for, 291.

attending Secretaries of State, 21, 160.

attending the Treasury, 14, 30, 38, 57, 65.

certificates by, 107, 322, 480.

estimates for the House of Commons required from, 14, 134, 184.

letters from, mentioned, 23, 216, 229, 412, 422.

letters to andmatters referred to, 32, 54, 64, 77, 84, 96(2), 119, 120, 121, 123(2), 128, 134, 136, 138, 141, 146, 157, 160, 164, 170, 184, 199, 200, 206, 220, 224, 225, 237, 277, 286, 292, 311, 324, 337, 350, 362, 378, 380, 387, 389, 390, 393, 401, 406, 408, 410(2), 413, 419, 422, 423, 426, 428, 437, 466(2), 471(2). memorials, 25, 147, 294, 336, 350.

office of, clerks andunder officers, issues for, 94, 363; contingencies, 219; issues for, 219, 347, 370; officers' commissions to be registered in, 107.

recalling of Officers of artillery trains and, 23.

reports by, 8, 389, 390, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 423, 435, 437(2), 460.

salary, 363, 364.

warrants to, 222, 262, 314, 374, 420.

warrants to be prepared by, 120, 299, 314, 337, 374, 416, 420.

serjeants:

disbanded, subsistence and bounty money, 8, 98, 141.

invalid,8, 141.

killed, widows of, petition for bounty, 404, 435.

pay, 267, 268.

thirty, sent to America in 1710 with lieutenants' commissions and upon ensigns' pay:

expense of maintaining, to be ended, 141.

wives of, advances to, to carry them to their husbands, 142, 298; memorial of, 380, 389, report on, 390; payments to, out of their husbands' pay, 142, 269, 270, 298, 380.

shirts for, 215.

shoes for, 215.

Spain:

accoutrements sent to, account of disposal of, required, 13, 131.

artillery trains, Officers and chaplains of, payment to, 383; recalling of, 23, 160.

clothing sent to, account of disposal of, required, 13, 131.

Commissioners for Inspecting Accounts (Affairs) of, letters to and matters referred to, 189, 308, 370; observations, representation, opinion of, 102, 122, 195(2); Parliamentary supply for (6,205l.), 240; pay and contingencies of, 240.

disbandment, 96, 350, 403.

General of, declaration of, reIrish Roman Catholic Officers, 378; andsee Stanhope, James.

hospitals, Physician General and Director General of (J. Le Caan), 151.

invalids from, transportation of, 1.

money shipped from Lisbon for, 431.

mules for, 458.

Officers, disbanded, pay of, 350; entitled to half pay, 107; Irish Roman Catholic, claim by, 378.

Parliamentary supply for (475,385l. 7s. 8d. anno 1712), 18, 73, 151.

Physician General. SeeLe Caan, J.

regiments, 411.

disbanded, subsistence accounts of, 96.

dragoons, detachment (drafts) of, 261, 337, 400.

stores, accounts of, required, 99, 132, 133; Commissary of (E. Douglas), 77; in care of T. Blyke, 199; inventory of, mentioned, 132.

subsistence, 115, 120, 402(2).

Transport accounts anno 1703 for, 7.

Spanish regiment. SeeSpanish.

Staff Officers. SeeArmyOfficers.

stockings for, 215.

Stores, Commissaries of, salaries of, account of, required, 318; and seeArmyPortugal, Spain.

subsistence, 1, 2, 8(2), 22, 23, 25, 26, 36, 37, 41, 50, 51, 61, 66, 73, 80, 83, 85, 94, 98, 99, 115, 120, 124, 125, 130, 141, 152, 170, 171, 178, 193, 202, 212, 213, 214, 215, 219, 220, 224, 227, 245, 251(2), 254, 259, 282, 286, 303, 304, 313, 314, 320, 331, 335, 336(2), 342, 347, 350, 354, 357, 361(2), 370, 373, 380(2), 402, 403, 407, 411, 413, 415, 475, 486, 487(2); difficulty of stating accounts of disbanded regiments, 96; detention of, 123; stoppages from, 11, for dependents or attorneys, 36.

supernumerary men, 80.

surgeons (chirurgeons), 280.

half pay, 108, 211, 482.

instruments for, 165.

master surgeon, 86.

of reduced regiments in Ireland, listof, 482.

pay, 266, 267.

surgeon and mate, pay of, 267.

sutlers (suttlers), 102.

sword knots for, 273.

swords, allowance in lieu of, 373.

trumpeters, coats and waistcoats for, 273; pay of, 266.

undertakers. See Armycontractors.

victualling, deductions from pay for, 195.

waggon master. SeeArmyPortugal.

waistcoats for, 273.

Walef, regiment of. SeeWalef.

Walloon troops. SeeWalloon.

watch gowns for, 314.

West Indies, clothing for, 171.

widows, 266, 267, allowances, bounty and pensions for, 120, 240, 360; petition for, 404.See also ArmyOfficers; Serjeants.

winter quarters, 115.

Arnaud, Claud, Yeoman of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, Claud, junr., Child of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Arnold, Mr., letter to, 435.

-, Mr., at Portsmouth, bedding left in the hands of, 103.

-, Nehemiah:

Commissioner for the 1,500,000l. Lottery and for the two Lotteries anno 1712 (authorised by Acts 10 Anne, c. 18 and c. 19), 48, 68, 116, 117, 165, 169, 259, 341.

Paymaster of Malt Lottery tickets, 421, 488.

pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Richard, ensign of Bateman's company in Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476; pay, 280.

Arnold and Seare, Messrs., kid skins sold by, 425.

Arran, Earl of. SeeButler, Charles.

Arras workers. SeeRoyal HouseholdAbove Stairs (wardrobes).

Arrundell. See Arundell.

Arscot, Moses, nominated tidesman at Exeter, 265.

Arthur, Daniel, issues for and payments to, 17, 31, 40, 45, 57, 85, 137, 154, 182, 202, 211, 264, 306, 312(2), 344(2), 352, 391.

-, Edward, appointed Surveyor of duties on Houses, cos. Denbigh and Flint, 361.

-, Philip, tenant of a burgage in East Street, Taunton, 305.

Artificers. See Port Mahon, Works.

Artillery trains:

bills drawn for, by Governor of New England, 147.

chaplain of, payment to, 383.

establishments, proposed, 121.

Officers of:

payment to, 383.

recalling of, from abroad,

21, 23, 160.

who did not obey the orders of the Duke of Ormonde,23.

sick and wounded in hospital at Port Mahon, charges of, 289.

Artis, , 419.

Arundel, co. Sussex, Collector, acting Customer and riding officer for the wool business at, 82, 83, 423.

Arundell (Arrundell), Charles, waiter and searcher at Poole, dismissed, 239.

-, Francis, Surveyor of the Customs and Subsidies in the Outports, deceased, 154, 167.

-, Isabella, Woman of the Bedchamber, her annuity, 273, 323, 486.

-, Richard, Page of Honour of the Royal Stables, 511.

Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, ambassadorial journey to, 120.

Ascot (Ascott, Askott, Alcot), co. Berks., horse races at (Queen's plates), 468, 469.

Ascot Heath, race course on, distance post, weighing post and railings for, 272.

Ascough, Mathias, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Thomas, merchant, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Ashburnham, John, Lord Ashburnham, his regiment of horse, on the Irish Establishment, 477; three youngest troops of, Officers of, half pay for, 477, 478.

Ashburton, co. Devon, Postmaster of (Mr. Winsor), 432; application for post of, 432.

Ashby, Thomas, nephew and administrator of Jane Fletcher, bankers' annuities to be paid to, 459.

Ashe, Edward, Storekeeper of Ordnance, 101, 548.

Ashton, Francis, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, 503.

-, Henry, grant of a piece of ground in Phoenix Park to, 214; memorial, 215; trustee for Dr. R. Stevens, 215.

-, Mrs. Ma., pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Ashwardhurne, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General for duties on Houses (J. Harneis), 343.

Ashwood, Benjamin, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Askew, Thomas, Yeoman Porter of the Royal Household, 499.

Askott. See Ascot.

Askrick [Ashkirk, co. Selkirk], minister of (Mr. Gordon), 382.

Aspinwall, Edward, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

Assessments:

Second Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 14, for raising money by a poll payable quarterly for one year, for carrying on the war against France), issue out of, 180, 452.

Fourth 4s. Aid (as by the Act 78 Wm. III, c. 5, granting an aid of 4s. in the for one year for carrying on the war against France), arrear of, issue out of, 180.

First 3s. Aid (as by the (Captation) Act 89 Wm.III, c. 6, for granting an aid as well by a Land Tax as by several subsidies and other duties payable for one year, 4s. 4d. per person, 1 per cent.on personalty, 2 per cent. on stock in trade, 3s. on land), arrears of, issue out of, 180.

Third Quarterly Poll (as by the Act 9 Wm. III, c. 38, for granting an aid by a quarterly poll), arrears of, issue out of, 180.

Fifth 4s. Aid, Land Tax anno1702 (as by the Act 1 Anne, c. 6, for granting an aid by diverse subsidies and a Land Tax), issue out of, 452.

Seventh 4s. Aid (as by the Act 23 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax to be raise din the year 1704), issue out of, 452.

Ninth 4s. Aid (as by 45 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid by a Land Tax, to be raised in the year1706), 218.

Tenth 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne,c. 1, for granting an Aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year1707), arrears of, issue out of, 180, 229, 452.

Eleventh 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 35, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year1708), arrears of, issue out of, 180, 229, 256, 452.

Twelfth 4s. Aid (asby the Act 7 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year1709):

arrears of, account of, required, 13; issues out of, 24, 180, 201, 229, 256.

issues out of, 178, 452.

sums transferred from, to the fifteenth 4s.Aid, 178, 180, 202.

Thirteenth 4s. Aid (as by an Act 8 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year1710):

issue out of, 452.

loans on, 22.

undischarged principal and interest of, made a first chargeon the register of Land Tax 1713(as by Act 12 Anne, c. 1, clause 119), 199.

Fourteenth 4s.Aid (as by an Act 9 Anne, c. 1, for granting an Aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1711):

arrears of, 167, 437.

assessments on salaries,

repayment of, 457.

certificate of amount paid into the Exchequer, required, 110.

revenue from, 10.

tallies and ordersof loan on, 6, 21, 22, 137(2), 354.

Fifteenth 4s. Aid (as by an Act 10 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year1712):

arrears of, 100, 142, 167, 436, 461.

assessments on salaries, repayment of, 316, 383, 457.

certificate of amount paid into the Exchequer, required, 110.

payments out of, 304.

revenue of, 10.

sums transferred to, 178, 180, 202, 229, 256.

tallies and orders on, 2, 22, 70, 151, 227, 458, 473.

[Third] 2s. Aid (as by an Act 12 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to be raised by a Land Tax for the serviceof the year1713), 370. arrears of, collection of, 461.

assessments on salaries, repayment of, 357, 377, 457.

loans on, issues out of, 32(2), 33(2), 200, 202, 212, 213, 216, 219, 222, 223, 224(2), 227, 230, 234, 235, 237, 240, 242, 258, 259, 286, 303; warrant to take in, 199.

Receivers General of: appointments, 231, 232, 233, 234; privy seal for, 217.

securities, 231, 232, 233, 234, 444.

tallies and orders on, payment out of, 94.

Assiento [Contract], the, assignment of, to the South Sea Company, 376; money advanced to the king of Spain by, 375; ships and cargoes for, 376.

Astell, William, merchant, petitions for release of ships from quarantine, 77, 109, 118, 126, 128, 142, 351, 359, 374, 381, 416, 433.

Asterley, John, appointed Surveyor of Wells port, 192.

Aston, Thomas, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Astry, James, Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 127, 284, 374.

Athlone, castle, manor and town of, Crown rent out of, arrears of, granted to Lady K. Jones, 457.

Atholl, Duke of. See Murray, John.

Athurton, Cha., plumber, payment to, 120.

Atkinson, Elenor, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, Elizabeth, Mistress Laundress (Body Laundress), Royal Household, 505, 507, 536; pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Mary, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

-, Samuel, Commissioner of Transports, 258; transportation accounts of, for Expeditions to Spain and the West Indies, 103.

Attainder, reversal of, petition for writ of error for, 246; and see Gerard, Charles.

Attorney General (Sir Edward Northey), 345.

agreement and minute drawn up by, 17, 18.

attending the Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, allowance for, 486, 539.

attending the Treasury (Lord Treasurer), 11, 12, 14, 20, 56(2), 406.

bills in the Exchequer by and against, 48 note, 61.

Mr. Borret attending, 413.

charter for the Million Bank and, 7, 9.

Clerk to (C. Billingsley), allowance for attending Trade and Plantation business, 549.

laws for weighing money taken at the Exchequer and, 14.

letters to and matters referred to, 52, 73, 82, 100, 112, 122, 125, 128, 154, 181, 186, 187, 188, 194, 220, 244(2), 254, 261, 264, 285(2), 291, 313, 322, 337, 356, 360, 372, 378, 381, 388, 389, 394, 397, 399, 409, 411, 416, 433, 436, 446, 466(2).

opinions of, 4, 5, 17, 18, 35, 36, 87 note, 117, 158, 219, 317, 399, 405(2), 461, 481.

payments to, 62, 553(2).

prosecutions by, 12, 183, 229, 405.

reports by, 7, 8, 63, 92, 154, 177, 186, 311, 378, 384(2), 389, 394(2), 406(2), 410, 411, 436.

salary, 395.

warrants to, 87(2), 90, 131, 158, 196, 284, 326, 371, 417, 434.

Attorney General, New York. See New York.

Attorney General and Solicitor General.

See Law Officers.

Aubert, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Aubrey, John, [Pells Clerk] in the Exchequer Receipt, payment to, for attendance during vacation time, 163.

Auburn, John, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Auchterlony (Ouchterlony), James, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 416, 465.

Audiences. See AmbassadorsExtraordinaries.

Auditors. See Cornwall, Duchy of, Crown Landsrents and revenues; Exchequer Receipt; Excise; Imprests.

Aughmuty, Mr. [John Auchmuty, Master of the Wardrobe, Scotland], account of goods in Holyrood House at the Union required from, 60.

Augustus, King of Poland, and the Czar of Russia, interview between, 427, 515.

Aumont, Louis, Due d'Aumont, Ambassador (Envoy Extraordinary) from France:

complaints by, 195, 299.

goods of, Customs examination of, 53, 168, 298, 387.

his lodging at Somerset House, 53, 298.

memorials by, 195, 207, 336, 346, 393.

present from the Queen to, 50, 352.

retinue of, gentlewoman in.

SeeWingfeild, Madam.

returning home, 298.

Secretary to, present from the Queen to, 52, 365.

waistcoat for, piece of stuff for, 227.

Austell, Aaron, merchant, petition re tobacco duty bonds, 406.

Austen (Austin), Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Robert, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Austria, House of, and Duke of Savoy, differences between, plenipotentiaries for arbitrating, 450, 520.

Aveland, co. Lincoln, Wapentake (hundred) of, Receiver General of duties on Houses for (J. Harneis), 343.

Avery, Clerk of the. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Ayloffe, Henry, office of Queen's Remembrancer granted to, 483.

-, Thomas, Doctor and Reader of Laws in Cambridge University, 531.

Aynsley, Brown, master of the Anne and Francis, 455.

Ayrolle. See Dayrolle.

Azevedo de Rosalls. See Rosales.