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Eades, Thomas, master of the Thomas and Elizabeth, 230.

Eagle, William, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Ealce, Robert, appointed tidesman at Newhaven, 283; father of, tidesman at Newhaven, 283.

Earl Marshal, proclamation summoning the Peers of Scotland to choose a peer loco, 329.

Earsdon, William, master of the Crown, 340.

East, John, master of the Fortune, 126; petition for discharge from quarantine, 118.

-, William, Clerk of the Estreats in the Court of Common Pleas, 547.

East Greenwich. See Greenwich.

East Henault Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

East India Company (United East India Company):

deficiency of their fund, memorial re, 371.

Directors of, 1, 404.

disputes with officers of the Customs, 54, 199.

duties on unrated East India goods and, cause and memorials re, 54, 56, 199, 228, 242, 405.

Gentlemen of, attend the Treasury, 54, 56.

payment to, on their yearly sum, as by 910 Wm. III, c. 44, for raising 2,000,000l.; 910 Wm. III, c. 24 and c. 44, for Stamp Duties and 6 Anne, c. 74, for raising 1,200,000l., 375.

petitions and memorials, 56, 199, 228, 242, 371, 378, 404, 405.

saltpetre for the Ordnance and, 1.

stay of process against, petition for, 404, 405.

East India Goods, 158.

drawback on, petition re, 354.

prohibited, Comptroller of the warehouse for. See Customs-London port.

running of, prisoner in the Fleet for, 278, 335.

unrated, duties on. See Customsduties; value of, reckoned at the gross price at their sale by candle (as by Act 23 Anne, c. 18), 405.

East Indies, passenger from, 158.

East Looe. See Looe.

Eastbourne (Bourne), co. Sussex, smuggling at, 337.

Easter Fairney. See Fairney.

Eastland Merchants, company of, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 364, 371.

Easton, John, Paymaster of Newton's regiment, 369; prisoner in Bruges, petition for his release, 419, 438.

-, Mary, wife of John, petition in behalf of her husband, 369, 419, 438.

Eccles, Henry, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

-, John, Master of the Music (Master of the Queen's Musicians), 516, 536.

-, Solomon, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Ecclesiastical Affairs, seal for, 227.

Ecclesiastical Courts, Procurator General in (G. Smyth), 89.

-, and see Canterbury, Prerogative Court.

Eckersal, James, second clerk of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Eden, Charles, Governor of North Carolina, his sureties for observance of Acts relating to trade and navigation, 244.

Edgar, Mr., Inspector of the Outports in Scotland, leave of absence, 463.

-, Devereux, recommended to be Customer of Ipswich, 288.

Edinburgh, 258.

Bank of, old money delivered to the Edinburgh Mint by, 236.

Castle, 295; Keeper of the Stores in, 223.

Collector of Customs at (Mr. Houston), 236.

Deputy Postmaster at, representation by, 454.

Excise Office, memorial dated at, 129.

hawks from Orkney and Shetland delivered at, 450.

Holyrood House, Palace of, goods in, inventory of, required, 60, 433; pictures in, list of, required, 60, 433; repairs at, 27, 368.

Keeper of her Majesty's Wardrobe at, letter to, 433.

London and, expense of journeys between, 258.

Mint:

Assaymaster of (J. Borthwick, enman), 236.

Clerk of (R. Miller), 236.

engravers of (Mr. Cave, [J.] Clarke), 236.

Master (Master and Worker) of. See Allerdice, [George];

Montgomerie, John.

officers of, complaint by, re Exchequer fees on Coinage Duty money, 336.

recoinage at the time of the Union, 236; puncheons for, 236.

Solicitor at (her Majesty's Solicitor, Sir D. Dalrymple), and the circulation of Proclamations in Scotland, 328.

Edmonds (Edmund, Edmunds), Benjamin (Mr.), merchant of London, contractor for supplying money for H.M. ships in New England and New York:

Agent for (Mr. Funnel), 60.

attending the Treasury, 60, 410, 432.

bills of, petitions and papers re, 60, 99, 136, 217, 227, 373, 412.

letter from, mentioned, 410.

-, Frederick, lieutenant and captain in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Samuel, a turnbroach of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Edon, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Edowes, John, employment in the Excise for, 270.

Education of children, allowance for, 54.

Edward VI, King of England, lands, etc., in Taunton and Milverton acquired by, by the dissolution of colleges, chantries, etc., 304.

Edwards, Mr., leave of absence for, 30; petitioner, 456.

-, Edward, memorial for employment under the Stamp Commissioners, 423.

-, Elizabeth, loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

-, Jacob, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, Joseph, a footman of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Richard, prisoner in Newgate for a pretended assault, petition for release and remission of fine, 481(2).

-, Richard, [Army clothier], payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248.

-, Robert, boatman at Milford, deceased, 203.

-, Samuel:

Commissioner for the Civil List Lottery (Receiver of Contributions to the 500,000l. Lottery), 400, 493.

loans by, 303, 346; payment of interest on, 297.

Paymaster of Exchequer Bills (an officer to pay interest on Exchequer Bills), 90, 175, 293, 294, 296, 301, 398.

Receiver of part of the Two Million Adventure, 485.

-, Thomas, a Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, Thomas, Joint Clerk or Keeper of the Hanaper, 109.

-, William, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Edwyn (Edwin), Samuel, Usher of the Exchequer Receipt, 163, 317, 318, 394; letter to, 387; payment to, 552.

Eick, Peter Sebastian Vander, Reader of the Dutch Chapel at St. James's, 532.

Eight. See Pieces of Eight.

Ejectment prosecution, 317.

Elbe, river, 172.

Elector Palatine, minister (Resident) from. See Steinghens, Mons.; subsidy due to, issue for, 10, 115, 421.

Elford, Mr., payment to, 34.

-, Richard, a Gentleman of the Chapel, 505; payment to, 514; pensioner on the Civil List, 546; royal bounty for, 226.

Ellen, Thomas, ship's master, 197.

Ellins, William, insolvent debtor, 423.

Elliot (Elliott), Mr., payment to, for lodging chaplains at Kensington, 338.

-, James, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

-, William, contractor for army clothing, 130, payment to, 98, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248(2), 249(2); report in behalf of, 171.

Ellis (Ellys), Agnes, widow of Thomas, petition for a Stamper's place for her son, 241.

-, Richard, of St. James's, death of, 427; executor of, affidavit of, 427; Exchequer bills of, lost, 427.

-, Thomas, an officer of the Stamp Office, 241.

-, William, junr., brewer of St. Clement Danes, executor of Richard, 427; affidavit of, 427.

Ellison, Francis, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248.

Elloe (Ello), co. Lincoln, wapentake, Receiver General of duties on Houses (J. Harneis), 343.

Elmsall, Edward, appointed landwaiter, London port, 239.

Elorme. See Lorme.

Elphinstone (Elphinston), Mr., schedules of records of Crown Lands to be made by, 474.

-, Mrs., royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

-, Charles, captain in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Elrington, Charles, son of Thomas, appointed waiter and searcher at Neston, 113.

-, Francis, a tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, John, Judge Advocate to the Army in Portugal, 420.

-, John, a clerk in the Office of the Great Wardrobe, 535, 536.

-, John, Storekeeper of the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, John, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Thomas, a tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Neston, 113.

Elsmore, Hannah, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Embellisher [of State letters]. See Brand, Thomas.

Embezzlements. See Abuses.

Embroiderer. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Great Wardrobe).

Emmerson, William, Park Gate Keeper at Kensington, 501.

Emmet (Emmett), George, bricklayer, payment to, 120.

-, Henry, clothier to Borr's marine regiment, 256; offreckonings due and paid to, 256; payments to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247(4), 248(3).

Emperor, the, demand for money due to, for his troops, 245, 246.

Enameller. See Boit, Charles.

Endrupe, Andrew, merchant of London, petitions for release of ships from quarantine, 294, 299, 312, 374.

England, William, master of the Bridget, 455.

Engle, Ri., master of the Edward, 381.

Englis. See Inglis.

English, Somerset, Under Housekeeper at Hampton Court, 348, 516, 538; payment to, for a bellringer at Hampton Court, 503; Yeoman of the Woodyard, 499.

Engravers and Engraving. See Keeling, John; Stone, Thomas.

Chief Engraver. See Roose, John.

of the Mint in Scotland. See Edinburgh-Mint.

of Seals. See Seals.

Entwisle, William, lieutenant in Lord Windsor's regiment of horse, half pay for, 477.

Epping Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Equivalent, Commissioners of. See Scotland.

Erle, Thomas, ensign in Harrison's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Thomas, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, patent fee, 101, 547; payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Error, writ of, 246; in the Queen's Bench, 163.

Erskine, Mrs., payment to, out of Civil List money, 31.

-, Elizabeth, relict of Colonel George Murray, royal bounty for, 201.

-, John, Earl of Mar, a Principal Secretary of State, 366; free postage for, 381; house of, in the Privy Garden, lease of, 195; letter to, 399; matter referred to, 397; plate for, 369.

Erthman, Henry, merchant, petitions for release of ships from quarantine, 186, 194, 221, 230, 351, 381.

Escheated estate. See Kusias, Mrs.

Essex, Land Tax, Acting Commissioners of, letters to, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Turner, John; Taxes, Receiver General of. See Rich, Nathaniel.

Este, William, Riding Surveyor and General Surveyor of the duties on Hawkers and Pedlars, petition and appointment, 429, 457.

Estovers. See New Forest.

Estreats:

Clerk of, issue to, 40; and see Common Pleas.

Foreign. See Exchequer Court.

transmission of, from the Chancery to the Exchequer, 20.

Estremoz (Estremos), Portugal, hospital at, contractadores for, 420; removal of sick soldiers to, 421(2).

Estwick, Nathaniel, et al., of Cork, ship owners, petition of, 187.

Ethersea, Hugh, appointed tidesman at Weymouth, 449.

Eton College, payment to, 552; Provost and Fellows of, payment to, on their perpetuity, 15, 125.

Eutin, Bishopric of, annuity to Prince Charles of Denmark for renouncing his pretensions to, 185.

Evans (Evance), Griffith, Groom of the Great Chamber, 535.

-, Henry, child of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, John, Page of the Presence, 504, 536.

-, John, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Richard, allowance out of the Wardrobe to, 508.

-, Thomas, appointed noontender, London port, 113.

-, William, master of the Lucy, 106.

-, [William], major general, payment to, for expense of disbanding regiments, 286, 487; regiment of, bounty money for, 311, disbanding of, 311, 487, expected at Dover, 311.

Eveleigh, Nicholas, Collector and officer acting for the Customer of Arundel and riding officer for the wool business (riding officer at Littlehampton), dismissed, 83, 141, 423.

Evelyn, Mr., issue to, for the Mast Dock and Anchor Wharf at Deptford, 38, 257.

-, John and Sir John, of Wotton, Postmaster General, 203, 205, 381; baronetcy fees, 417.

Evers, John, master of the Unity, 312.

-, William, master of the William and Margaret, 393.

-, William, master of the Owners' Goodwill, 446.

Eversfeild, Charles, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 36, 48, 96, 112, 148, 149, 150, 179, 201, 217, 229, 243, 256, 349, 383, 453, 458, 548; and see Ordnance-Treasurer and Paymaster.

Evesham, co. Worcester, brewer of (W. Martin), 415.

Evidences. See Crown evidences.

Ewry. See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Exchange:

Bills of, foreign. See Navy. rates of:

at Gibraltar, 33, 57.

at Lisbon, 195.

at Port Mahon, 33, 57, 313.

between London and Annapolis Royal, 282.

with New York, 462.

See also various coins.

remittances, 36, 65, 483.

agreements and proposals for, 1, 11, 21, 33(2), 37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 44, 49, 65, 66.

from Ireland, 3, 86, 111, 214.

from Scotland, 128, 129, 164; and see Scotland.

minutes re, in the time of the Earl of Ranelagh's being Paymaster, 11.

profits of, for the benefit of the public, 58, 59, 433.

to Mr. Pajot, Director of the Posts at Paris, 204.

remitters of, attending the Treasury, 57; proposals from, required, 345; South Sea Company Stock deposited with, as security, 32; and see Chetwynd, Mr.; Decker, Matthew; Lambert, Sir John; Milner, James.

Exchange woman, bill of, 392.

Exchequer Bills:

anno 1712, amount issued and interest paid on, 75.

anno 1713 (1,200,000l. as by Act 12 Anne, c. 11):

form of, 289.

interest on, officers for paying (S. Edwards, L. Herne, C. Lowe), appointment and salary, 293; issues to, 301, 398; sureties, 294, 296. Cp. Exchequer Bills-Pay masters.

issues out of, 50, 310, 319, 321, 331, 334, 335, 342, 346, 347, 353, 357, 361(2), 370, 383, 386, 390, 401, 413, 415, 441, 453, 458, 480, 486.

payment of 45,000l. per annum to the Bank of England for circulating, 455.

repayment of Bank of England loans by, 48.

warrant for issuing, 289.

circulated by the Bank of England. See Bank of England.

discounting of, allowance for, 326 note.

exchange of, for ready money, by the Bank of England, as by Act [6 Anne, c. 21], 90; (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 7), 175, 301, 398.

issue of, enquiry by the Bank of England re, 44; in pursuance of Act 7 Anne, c. 30, for enlarging the Capital Stock of the Bank of England, charges, 143.

interest on, instructions to [departmental] paymasters re, 318, 320, 333.

loans and remittances repayable in, 39, 40, 41, 42(2), 44, 46, 49, 54(2), 57, 313.

lost, renewal of, petition for, 285; security for [as by Acts 6 Anne, c. 21, el. 18, and 12 Anne, c. 2, cl. 52], 285, 427; warrant for, 427.

office for, necessaries for, 317, 318.

payers and lenders of, interest due to, 90, 175, 301, 398.

Paymasters of (S. Edwards, L. Herne), issue to, 90, 175.

Exchequer Court:

amerciaments. See Exchequer Courtcompositions.

Barons of, Chancellor of the Exchequer sworn before, 51; decree signed by, 48 note; office of, charges for passing accounts of, 159. See also Banister, Sir William; Bury, Sir Thomas; Lovell, Sir Salathiel; Price, Sir Robert; Simpson, Sir W.

bills and decrees, 2, 46, 48 note, 61.

cases (Crown prosecutions and law suits, process), 2, 47 note, 61, 63, 66, 74, 79, 253, 405, 458.

officer attending, concerning her Majesty's interest, etc. (C. Harrison), 417, 418.

payment for, 92.

stay of, 127, 148; petition for, 404, 405.

Chief Usher. See Exchequer CourtUshers.

Clerk of the Pleas (T. Marriott) fee, 540.

compositions, fines and amerciaments in, officer for recovering (C. Harrison), 417, 418; writing and extracting, 529.

Deputy Chamberlains. See Exchequer CourtPipe.

fines. See Exchequer Court compositions.

Foreign apposer (W. Cholmley, S. Harvey, F. C. Masham, J. Morley, J. Sotherton, J. Stanley, C. Whitaker, senior; C. Whitaker, junior), appointment of F. C. Masham, 250.

Foreign Estreats, Clerk of (J. Cook), allowance and fees, 191, 529.

informations exhibited in, 79.

Inspector of Prosecutions concerning uncustomed and prohibited goods (W. Winde), 169, 239, 462; deputy to (H. Orleton), 239; instructions proposed by, 462.

Ireland. See Ireland.

King's Remembrancer. See Exchequer CourtQueen's Remembrancer.

Lord Chief Baron, letter to, 110; and see Ward, Sir Edward.

Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office:

clerks and officers of, payment to, 553; salary payable every second year to, 540.

Remembrancer (L. Thompson), arrears of vestures, 535; salary, 540.

Secondary, First (J. Tayleur), his fee, 540; Second (C. Batteley), his fee, 540; for transcribing originals out of the Chancery Court into the Exchequer, 540.

Nichils, Clerk of (T. Huxley), payment to, 550.

officers of, necessaries for, payment for, 155, 306.

payments into, upon licences to compound, officer to inspect (C. Harrison), 417.

Pipe:

Clerk of (Viscount Cheyne):

allowance to, for Recusants' convictions, 453, 524.

fees, 524; payable out of Customs' revenue, 309.

warrants to, 145, 304(2).

Comptroller of (J. Pottenger), 26; fees of, payable out of Customs revenue, 309; salary, 157, 539.

Deputy Chamberlains for joining tallies (H. Ballow, G. Leslie, J. Smith), allowance or fees of, payable out of Customs' revenue, 130, 309, 344, 377; petition for, 298.

Deputy Clerk (F. Neale), 69, 122; certificates by, 81, 234, 243, 308, 310(2).

Great Roll of, 529; Sheriffs' accounts on, 276.

office of:

charges of, for passing accounts, 159.

clerks of, salary payable every second year to, 539.

records of Forfeitures of Recusants in, 529.

officers of, payments to, 45, 553.

secondaries of (J. Cranmer, C. Milburne), salary, 310, 528, 539.

secondary and sworn clerks of, fees of, payable out of Customs' revenue, 309.

prosecutions for recovery of supers on any persons or estates in Ireland, etc., officer to take care of (C. Harrison), 417, 418.

process. See Exchequer Courtcases.

Queen's (King's) Remembrancer's Office:

charges of, for passing accounts, 159.

clerks of, payment to, in lieu of fees from Customers of Outport for passing their accounts, 84; salary, 539.

inspection of duplicates of taxes and duties in, warrant for, 200.

parchment supplied for Customs books by, payment for, 84(2).

Port Books in:

extracts from, of value of imports and exports between England and France, 307, 332 and note.

preservation of, presses for, 423; report on, 423.

to be reduced from their present confusion, 307.

records of, in the utmost confusion, 426; presses for, 426.

Remembrancer (Viscount Fanshaw), 464.

arrears of vestures, 534.

deputy to (F. Butler, H. Stevens):

certificate by, 246.

letter to, 307.

payment to, 549.

reports by, 122, 158, 235, 243, 322, 339.

matters referred to, 114, 130, 226, 235, 239, 240, 241, 295, 296, 338.

office of, grants and reversionary grants of, 464, 465, 483.

payment to, 549; in lieu of fees from Customers of Outports for passing their accounts, 84.

salary, 549.

security given to, 146.

warrants to, 122, 127, 130, 148, 158, 173, 200, 231, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 246, 294, 322, 339, 363, 413, 444.

Secondaries of, First and Second, salaries, 539; Under Second Secondary (G. Armiger), certificate by, 294.

records of Recusants' forfeitures, 191.

Scotland. See Scotland.

seal, leases (in custodiam) under, 71, 154, 193, 270, 350.

Solicitor for Her Majesty's affairs in (C. Harrison), 92, 357, 417, 418.

transmission of estreats to, from the Chancery, order for, required, 20.

Ushers of (four), fees of, payable by Customers of the Outports, 393.

Chief Usher (C. Heneage), payments to, for necessaries furnished to officers of the Exchequer, and on his diet [2 pence or 5 pence a day], 155, 306, 480.

Exchequer Gate, porter at (E. Milward), payment to, 162, 260, 367, 485.

Exchequer Receipt:

Auditor of (Earl of Halifax), 3, 62, 149.

allowance for the extraordinary business of his office, 485; payable in debentures, 19, in lieu of fees, 80; out of the Wardrobe, 508.

arrears of vestures, 535.

attending the Treasury, 14, 61.

certificates by, 72, 75, 97, 161, 185, 193, 272(2), 276, 319, 372, 375, 385, 459.

clerks of, allowance for, 80.

duplicate books of subscriptions to the South Sea Company delivered to, 159.

fees vested in, 548.

letters to, 81, 100, 127, 241, 284, 316, 336, 358, 371, 445, 463, 540.

memorial of, 61.

Register of Public Loans in the office of, keeper of (T. Fox), payments to, 162, 260, 366, 485.

payment to, 143.

warrants to, 122, 137, 162, 199, 223, 272, 289, 292, 310, 454, 459, 483.

Chamberlains of, arrears of vestures, 535; salary, 97; and see Cole, Charles.

Chancellor of, Chancellor and Under Treasurer (Robert Benson, Lord Bingley; Sir William Windham):

absence of, 358.

accounts and estimates for, 184.

allowance or salary, 39, 64, 66, 422, 446; in lieu of perquisites and profits, 162, 260, 392, 485; privy seal for, 166, 200.

attending the Treasury, 264 passim.

letters to, 5, 145, 483.

Mr. Burton to attend, 10, 108.

office of, charges of, for passing accounts, 159.

petition referred to, 159.

reports by and to, 71, 159, 342.

robes and vestures for, allowance for, 166, 392; arrears of, 534.

Sir William Windham sworn, 51.

See also Harley, Robert: Smith, John.

Civil List money in. See Civil List.

clerks and ministers of, payment to, for attendance during vacation time, 163.

Customs money paid into, allowance on, 130, 344.

Deputy Chamberlains (D. Downes, D. Langhorne), allowance to, for sorting records, 162, 260; warrant to, 289.

Senior Deputy Chamberlain (D. Langhorne), allowance to, for locking up her Majesty's treasure, 163, 260, 368, 485.

Excise and Malt money paid into, 88, 465.

fees, 61, 163, 166, 185, 191, 207, 239, 275(2), 327, 336, 352(3), 365, 379, 380, 391, 392(2), 483.

Imprest Rolls and Certificate in, 96; mistakes in, warrant to correct, 454.

loans in, warrant for taking in, 241, 415.

messengers of (J. Barret, S. Clark, J. Richards, W. Wekett), arrears of Liveries, payment for, 535; distribution of Proclamations and Orders in Council in Scotland by, 326 note, payment for, 328, 382, petition for, 236, 328.

money in, to be taken by weight, by old laws still in force, 14.

money obtained from sale of trees to be paid into, 31.

money of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, issues out of, 31.

officers of, arrears of, 473; fees on payment of salaries and poundage on payments to the army lost by, 61.

offices in, new, necessaries for, payment for, 317, 318.

Pells, Clerk of the (Henry Pelham), 149.

arrears of vestures, 535.

clerk to (ThomasWithers), payment to, 163.

clerks to, payment to, in lieu of fees, 81.

payment to, for attendance in vacation time, for attending the Lord Treasurer and for locking up her Majesty's treasure, 485; in lieu of fees, 81.

warrants to, 122, 162, 199, 272, 289, 454.

Pells fees, 214.

records of, sorting and ordering of, 162, 260.

salaries and pensions paid at, arrears of, book of, 460; payable out of the 500,000l. granted by Parliament, 461; taxes on, in arrear, 461; transferred into other Offices, memorial re, 61.

Tally Court, officers and clerks of, allowance for tallies levied without taking fees, 188; fees of, issue for, 377.

Tellers, Four:

accounts of, 122.

appointment of Earl of Denbigh loco Viscount Fitzharding, 325.

fees paid to, 81.

first clerk to Earl of Denbigh (J. Grainger), presentation and appointment, 345.

interest allowed by, to payers and lenders of Exchequer Bills, 90, 175, 301, 398.

letter to, 461.

matter referred to, 483.

money (silver money) in offices of, weighing of, 100, 118.

securities of, 122, 338, 339.

transfer of money in office of, 114.

warrant to, 289.

See also Berkeley, J., Viscount Fitzharding; Fielding, B., Earl of Denbigh; Mansell, Sir T., Lord Mansell; Robartes, Russell.

treasure in, allowances for locking up, 163, 260, 368, 485(2).

Under Treasurer of. See Exchequer ReceiptChan-cellor.

Usher of (S. Edwyn):

necessaries supplied by, account of, required, 316; payment for, 317, 318.

payment to, 163.

trial of the Pix at his house at Westminster, 264.

warrants to, 126, 241, 276, 277, 303, 342, 397, 415, 427.

Excise:

annuities on. See Annuities.

arrears and debts, account of, required, 22, 166.

Auditor of (R. Davers, Sir B. Dixwell), 92, 126.

appointment of R. Davers, 92.

clerks under, three, allowance for, 92.

deputy to (G. Bruere), appointment, 126.

patent to Sir B. Dixwell revoked, 92.

salary and fees of, 92.

Cashier and Receiver General (E. Pauncefort), attending the Treasury, 14; money (duties on Excise and Malt) paid into the Exchequer by, 88, 465; memorial of, 465.

Collectors of, 458, 469.

Commissioner for appeals in. See Lyndall, William.

Commissioners:

attending the Treasury, 13.

bills of exchange payable to, 340.

certificates of, 13.

letters to and matters referred to, 6, 22, 88, 93, 124, 166, 176, 270, 371, 381, 405, 412, 422, 443, 458, 465, 466, 469.

memorials, 357, 389, 415.

payments to and by, 326 note, 330, 356.

prosecutions by, payment of charges, 309; state of, required, 166.

remittances from Scotland to, 164; contract for, 128, 169.

reports by, 309, 372, 394, 397, 419, 465.

warrants to, 84, 101, 309, 357, 397, 415.

duties, paid into the Exchequer, allowance for fees, carriage and porterage, 88, 465.

And see Beer.

Brandy.

Coffee.

Hops.

Malt.

Rum.

Salt.

Soap.

employment in, 270; recommendation for, 371.

Ireland. See Ireland.

Office, Sir Eliab Harvey's house in Broad Street used as, 176, 372.

officers, salaries of, repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 357.

pensions paid out of, 527; account of, required, 58, 422.

Receiver General. See Excise Cashier.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Secretary of, 415.

Solicitor of, prosecutions by, 22.

supervisor of, 469.

Tellers' Clerks, attending the Treasury, 14.

Exeter, co. Devon, 59.

boatmen. See below tidesmen.

Castle Close, messuage called Bradninch in, lease of, 145.

Customs officer at (T. Barington), seizure by, 406.

Customs officers at, anonymous letter re, 360.

estate of Charles Hore in, in custodiam lease of, 270.

letter dated at, 360.

marine regiments at:

deputy paymaster of, 441.

disbandment and reduction of, 379, 428, 441; Commissioners for, 59, 425; letters to, 441, 443.

payment of, 59, 416.

merchant of, 145.

postmaster of (Mr. Quash), absconded, 124.

tidesmen and boatmen of, 77, 293, 311.

tidesurveyors of, 265.

Exmouth, co. Devon, 489.

Expeditions:

artillery trains for, payment to officers and chaplains of, 383.

to Cadiz, 107.

to Canada, 143.

bills drawn for, 99, 168; by the Governor of New England, 147; petition of merchants for payment of, 160.

Commissary of Ordnance, loan to, 189.

Commissary of the Stores of War and Provisions for (J. Netmaker), 71.

Forces for, commanded by John Hill, 71.

gunners and matrosses, clothes for, money advanced for, 189, 190.

gunpowder for, 147, 148.

payments for, out of the revenue of Massachusetts Bay, 147.

provisions and utensils for, bills for, 109.

stores brought back from, disposal of, 71, 282; to be sold in N. America, 134.

transports for, 147.

to Spain and West Indies, transportation accounts for, 103107.

Exton in Linkinhorne, q.v.

Eynsford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Land Tax for. See Gurdon, Thornagh.

Eyre, Justices in. See Woods and Forests.

Eyre, Challicho [sic for Charles Nicholas, q.v.], second Groom, Royal Household, payment to, 348.

-, [Charles], Solicitor to the Customs Commissioners, Scotland, leave of absence for, 307; father of, death of, 307.

-, Charles, youngest Groom of the Removing Wardrobe, executors of, payment to, 517.

-, Charles Nicholas, Cup Bearer, Royal Household, 503.

-, John, captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, John, tenant of a burgage in Pole Street, Taunton, 305.