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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 27, 1713. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1955.

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Raboteau, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249.

Race course. See Ascot.

Racing horses. See Royal Mews and Stables (Stud).

Radcliffe, John, Confessor to the Chapel Royal, 506; Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

Radnor, county of:

Receiver General of Land Tax. See Powell, Caleb.

Chief Justice of. See Cox, Charles.

Seal for, large double judicial, 227.

Second Justice of. See Brydges, William.

Radnor, Earl of. See Bodvile, Charles.

Railton, Mr., letter to, 435.

Raines, Sir Richard, annuitant, 528.

Rainsford (Raynsford), Francis, Queen's waiter, London port, 259; deceased, 244.

-, Francis, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Raisbury, William, tidesman at Topssham, to exchange places with tidesman at Starcross, 311.

Raite, Alexander, 2nd lieutenant of Grenadiers in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Raleigh, Mrs., et al., issue for, 45.

Ramsay, Mistress, issue for, 34.

-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Dalhousie, pension arrears, 531; royal bounty for, 312.

Ramsden, Carr, quartermaster in Lord Ashburnham's horse, half pay for, 478.

Ramsey, Sir Alexander, petitioner, 27.

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

Randell, Beatman, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Randon, Paul, lieutenant, pension on the Irish Establishment for, 442.

Randue, Theodore, Housekeeper of Windsor Castle, 35, 58, 245, 413, 424(2), 504, 516.

Randyll, Morgan, grant of wrecks to, 326 note, 327.

Ranelagh, Earl of. See Jones, Richard.

Rankell. See Hope of Rankell, Thomas.

Ransom, Joshua, master of the John and Thomas, 194.

Rapine, Solomon, major in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Rapparees. See Ireland.

Ratkiller. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Ratteen cloth, 378.

Raven, Roger, captain, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Rawkins, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Rawlins, John, Squire and Groom Sadler to the Royal Stables, 511.

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

Raymond, Sir Robert, Solicitor General, 395, 486, 539, 549, 553; and see Law Officers; Solicitor General.

Rayner, John, Attorney General of New York, 33, 77, 473, 539.

[Raynton.] See Roynon.

Reader of Laws in Cambridge and Oxford Universities, 530, 531.

Reader of Prayers at St. James's, 338.

Reader of Physic in Cambridge and Oxford Universities, 530 (2).

Reading, Frances, scavenger, payment to, 120.

Real plate.See Royal plate.

Reason, Hugh, Sheriff of Sussex, issue to, for an overpayment, 69.

Rebels, proclamation for apprehending, 329.

Records :

at Westminster, kept in a house in a ruinous condition. 430; want of accommodation for, 430.

Great Roll of the Pipe, 529; extracts from, 276.

in the Exchequer, sorting and ordering of, Deputy Chamberlains for (D. Downes, D. Langhorne), 162, 260.

in the Tower of London, digesting of, chief clerk for (G. Holmes), 107, 199, 312, 405; Supervisor of (R. Topham), 107, 199, 312.

Keeper of (State Paper Office John Tucker), 109.

of Forfeitures of Recusants, Keeping of, payments to J. Cook for, 191, 529.

of Revenue of the Crown (books, particulars to the Joinetc., relating to the Joiun ture revenue of the Queen Dowager Katherine),disest ing and listing, 480, 482; officers for (T. Maddox, W. Soley), 482.

Patent Rolls, James I, abstracting, indexing and searching, payment to W. Grymes for, 191.

Port Books in the Queen's Remembrance's Office, confusion of the 307, 426; extract of the value of exports and imports between France and England to be made from, 307, 332; presses to be provided for, 426.

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

Recusants, conviction allowance for drawing down and charging, 453, 524; recording of forfeitures, 191, 529.

Red House in Deptford, q.v.

Redbourne, co. Lincoln, warren and lodge house in, lease of, 340.

Reddall, Ambrose, Receiver General of Land Tax for Bedfordshire, commission and secrurityies, 232.

Reddish, Edward, Groom of the Ewry, Royal Household, 501.

Redman, Giles, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Cambridge, dismissed, 181.

-, Hugh, merchant of London, death of, 173; sureties of, 173.

Redondo (Rendodo), Porugal, provider of the Misericordia of 421; sick solders left at and removed from, 421.

Redsahw, Thomas, account of frauds in Duties on Houses in Cumberland and Westmorland given by, reward for, petition and payment, 356, 375.

Reed (Reid), Alexander, master of the Anne, 150.

-, Elupham.See Sinclair Mrs.

-, John, master of the Thomas and Jane, 312.

-, William, master of the Grey, 104.

Reilhan,Anthony,a tailor in the Great Wardrode, 533.

Relief duties, 351, 395.

Remittances, See Exchange.

Removing Wardrode. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Wardrode).

Remy de Montigny. See Montigny.

Ren. See Wren

Renard, Lewis, at Amsterdam, payment to, 276.

Rendodo.See Redondo.

Renew, Peter, petion fro realse of ships from quarantime, 307.

Rents of Crown Lands. See Crown Lands; reservations of, estareats of, 20.

"Renunciation" taken to Madrid by a servant of the Duke of Shrewsbury, 295; Exemplaries of, payment to Colonel Peaseon for carrying, 208.

Resso, Nicholas, depositions of, 102.

Retour duties, 228, 467.

Reup, John, petition for release of ships John, Petition for Quarantine, 221, 230(2).

Revels. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Revenue. proposal to discover a part of the, which has been lost for some years, 54.

Revet, Joane, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, See also Rivet.

Rewse, Bodenham, affidavit of, 87.

Reynolds (Reynoils), Arthur, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

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

-, Isabella, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

-, John, master of the John and Mary, 455.

-, John, application and recommendation for the post of Deputy Postmaster of Chester, 290, 322; prosecution against, 322.

-, Thomas, father of John, Deputy Postmaster of Chester, deceased, 290.

Rhodes, Benjamin, [Gentleman] Sewer, Royal Household, 503.

-, Christopher: business of the intended Lotyery [1714] to be forward by, 48

issued to, for Lottery charges, 64; of the 1711 Lottery of 1,500,000l. (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 6), 169; of the 1712 Lotteries, 189, 207, 301; of the 500,000l. Lottery on Civil List revenues (as by Act 12 Anne, c. 11), 455.

represention of, re plates for Lottery tickets, 132.

Seceretryof the two Lottteries of 1,800,000l. each anno 1712 (as by Act c. 19), 188.

c. 18 and c. 19), 188.

-, Timothy, appointted tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 192.

Ribbesford, co. Worcester, 73 note.

Ricaute (Rycaute) Charlotte, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

Rice, John, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

-,John, colonel:

Army Debentures granted to (by private Act 45 Anne, c. 39), 87 note.

Act 6 Anne, c. 33, making him accountable for, 87 note, 88 note.

Commissioner appointed to examine into the disposition of (R. Barker, W. Clayton, R. Shoreditch) payment to Anne Trant by, warrent for, 87; report by 87, 88 note.

claim againt \, by Anne Trant, 87, 88 note.

fraud by, account of, 88 note; revealed in the House in the Commons, 87 note.

his regiment of Horse in the Irish Army of James II. officers of, examination of 87 note.

pay of, etc., petitiom for 87 note.

taken over to the English at the surrender of Limercick, 87 note

-, Joseph, apprehanded fro felony, 310.

-, William, tidesman and boatman at Falmouth, appointed to Harwich, 293; surrendered, 387.

Rich, Nathaniel, Receiver General of Taxes for Essex, petition for allowance of extraordinary charges,74.

-, Samuel, master of the Nathaniel, 455.

Richards, Edward, tenant of the Haslelake and Half Yard, Milverton, 305.

-,Joseph, messenger of the Exchequer Receipt, 328, 382, 535.

-, Michael, of Charlton, a security for J. Tayleur, 173.

Richardson, John, Keeper of the Chapel at Whitehall, bible, books, etc., delivered to, 193; wages and board wages, 506.

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

-, Josiah, master of the Young Dick, 128.

-,Simon, master of the Martha Ann, 312.

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

-, William, payment to, for apprehending burglars and highwaymen, 310.

-, William, petition for release of Ships from quarantine, 362, 381.

Richause, Peter V[oyer], pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Richers, Thomas, Receiver General for Cambridgeshire, misapplication of public moneys by, 370.

Richmond,co. Surrey: gamekeepers of, 518. manor of erection of a chapel within, contribution from the Queen for completing 383.

New Park:

bailiff of, payment to 141.

keper of, fee of, 114; and see Hyde, H. and L., Earls of Rochester.

moletaker (H. Badger), payment to, 141.

underkeepers of (E. Waldrich, T. Westwood), issue for, 40; salaries, 141.

tenement in, lease of, 217.

Richmond, co. York, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues. See Hart, Robert.

Richmond and Derby, Countess of (Lady Margaret Beaufort), Divinity Lecturer founded at Oxford University by, 53.

Richmond Herald (John Hare), 226, 531.

Ridgeley, John, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Riding Officers. See Customs.

Riding Searcher. See Customs.

Riding Surveyor. See Customs; Hawkers and Pedlars; Royal Mews and Stables.

Riga, Russia, Ships from, 230, 364, 381, 428, 433, 440, 445.

Rijswick, Peace of, 337.

Riley.See London and West

Ring, the. See London and WestminsterHyde Park.

Rioters, discovery and prosecution of, 158, reward for, 92, 93; proclamation for apprehending, 329.

Riseley, John, Helper in the Royal Stables, 512.

Ritefeild, James, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Rival, Peter, minister of the French Chapel at St. James's, 532.

Rivers, Earl. See Savage, Richard.

Rivet, John Groom of the Pantry, Royal Household, 496.

-,See also Revet.

Roach, Thomas, informer, 371.

Roads, highways, footways (Queen's Roads):

damage to, 116.

gravelling of, 238.

Keeper or Surveyor of. See Studholme, Michael.

making, repairing and watering of, 31, 188, 238, 255, 345, 389, 425, 480.

And see Bristol Road.

Robartes (Roberts), Francis, one of the Chief Commissioners and Governors of Revenue in Ireland, 91.

-, Russell, one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer, money in the office of Viscount Fitzhardinge transferred to, 114.

Roberts, Joseph, Serjeant Plumber of the Works (at Windsor), 526(2), 535.

-, Joseph, Keeper of the Water Engine at Windsor, 28, 185, 525.

-, Katherine pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, peter, master of the Sarah and Hannah, 445.

and Hannah, 445.

-, Reuben, cornet in Pearce' dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Thomas, joiner to the Great Wardrobe, 536.

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

-, William, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, 549, 551.

-, William, nominated tidesurveyor at Exeter, 265.

-, William, tidesman at Plymouth, preferred, 283.

-, and see Robartes.

Robertson, Anthony, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Charles, petition to be restored as tidesurveyor, London port, 465.

Robertson of Balnacroy, Alexander, petition for gift of the Ward, Marriage and Relief of his lands, 351.

Robes, Office of. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Robeson, Margaret, royal bounty for, to carry her to Scotland, 345.

Robins, Samuel, appointed boatman at Wells, 192.

Robinson, Arthur Ralph (Ralph, Ra.), contractor for supplying hemp to the Navy:

abatement in price proposed and allowed by, 214, 368, 405, 410.

his services in concerting in breaking combinations of merchants to exact higher prices, 214, 405.

petitions, 388, 410; for extension of time for importing, 214, 367, 368, 405.

warrant to accept delivery from, 410

-, George,2nd lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-,George, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

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

-, Dr. John London, Lord Privy Bishop of London, Lord Privy Seal and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Treaty of a General Peace (Utrecht), 12, 13, 15, 17, 23, 25, 26, 34, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43(2), 45(2), 47, 49, 50, 53, 57, 60, 63, 78, 115, 124, 125, 182, 207, 264, 301, 320, 335, 391, 479; Commissioners for executing the office of Lord Privy Seal in his absence, see Privy Seal; family of, charge of transporting, 124, 125.

-,Richard, master of the Neptune, 393.

-,Thomas, master of the Blackstone, 105.

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

Thomas, Master Smith of the Works, 538.

-, William, nominated boatman at Hull, 265.

-, Sir William, estate of, proceedings re, report on, required, 416; his father's sister. See Wren, Sarah.

Roche. See La Roche.

Rochelle, France, ship for, 465.

Rochester, co. Kent:

boatmen, 332, 387.

Coal Duty at, frauds in, 332.

Customs officers at, establishment and salaries, 331, 332.

guard of the river at, 332. marines at, disbanding of, 462.

waiter and searcher at, 332.

[Rochester, Dean of.] See Pratt, Dr. Samuel.

Rochester, Countess of. See Hyde, Jane.

-, Earl of. See Hyde, Henry and Lawrence.

Rochfort, Robert, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Ireland, grant of ground in Phoenix Park to, 214; memorial, 215; Trustee for Dr. Richard Stevens, 215.

Rock Salt. See Salt.

Rockingham Forest, co. Northampton, Suley Hay Walk in, Earl of Westmorland's claim to woods in, dispute re, 181.

Rodd, James, a Page of the Scullery, Royal Household, 499.

Rogers, Is., master of the Isaac and Jonathan, 442.

-, John, letter carrier in the Post Office, petition for a Stamper's place, 481.

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

-, Jonathan, boatman at Rochester, salary, 332.

-, Mathias, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248.

-, Thomas, master of the Joseph and Thomas, 106.

-, Thomas, payment to in South Sea Stock and tallies 247(2).

-, Thomas, clerk of the Postbonds in the Exchequer [Scotland], pension on the Civil List in Scotland, 181.

Rogerson, Richard, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Rogier, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Roi, Claude, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Roleston, Deborah, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Roman, Benjamin, servant of C. P. de Lorme, Envoy from the Elector of Saxony, petition to be made a tidewaiter, 257.

Romain, Catholic Officers. See Army Officers.

Rooke (Rook) [Hayman], Major General:

memorial, 404.

regiment of:

disbanded in Spain, 402, 403.

invalids of (drums, privates and serjeants), bounty for, 8, 98.

officers of, half pay for, commencing date, 402, 403; petition in behalf of. 337.

-, John, merchant of Exeter, tenant of a messuage called Bradninch in Castle Close, Exeter, 145.

Roope, Nicholas: account of for trasporting men and horse from England on expeditions to Spain and the West Indies (17021703), 103, 104, 105 106, 107.

Commissioner of Transports, certificate by, 258.

Commissioner for making up accounts and disbanding Marine regiments, 59, 428, 435, 444.

Rooper, Thomas, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Roose (Roos), John, Chief Engraver of H.M. signets, seals, stamps and arms, 36, 156, 226, 526.

Rope Yards. See Navy.

Ropes for expeditions, charge for, 104.

Rosales, Don Isidro Casado de Azevedo de, Marquis de Monteleon, Plenipotentiary from the King of Spain, present from the Queen to, 42, 275.

Rose, Francis, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

-,John, master of the Freindship, 105.

-, Thomas, apprehended for burglary, 234.

-, William, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Rosebery, Earl of. See Primrose, Archibald.

Roseby, James, Groom of the Royal Stables, 512.

Roseingrave. See Rosingrave.

Rosenberg, Count. See Ursini, Johannes Fredericus.

Rosenkrantz, Mons., Envoy from the King of Denmark, sealing of his goods for transport, 481.

Rosingrave (Roseingrave), Daniel, witness against Kirby, et al., for the murder of Colonel Parke, death of, 436, his allowance, petition re, 436(2); will of, 443.

-, Jane, widow of Daniel, petition for the benefit of her husband's effects, 443.

Ross, Charles (Ross of Balnagoun), General, Colonel General of H.M. Dragoons, charter of lands and barony of Balnagoun to, 482; regiments of dragoons commanded by (late Sir Richard Temple and Colonel Kerr), on the Irish Establishment, 266, 267.

-, Charles, Envoy Extraordinary to France, 405.

-, Francis, a poor clergyman, petition for stipend, 111.

-, Mistress Margaret, relict of Dr. Lorrimer, royal bounty in Scotland for, 198.

Rosse,ensign, 382; relict of (Mary Stewart), royal bounty in Scotland for, 382.

Rosses, the two Misses, issue for, 42.

Rossignol, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Rossington, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 271.

-, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 472.

Rotherham, Thomas, clerk of the Works at the Tower and Denmark House, 538.

Rothwell, co. York, estate of J. Norton in, in custodiam lease of, 193.

Rotterdam:

English Episcopal Church at, minister of (William Thorold), 430, 434.

passage boats set up between the Thames and, 78, 139. ship for, 406.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant at Arms (John Bound), 226, 531.

Rouge Dragon Pursurvant at Arms (Dudley Downs), 226, 531.

Rouple, Dinah, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Rous, John, his petition to be compensated for the value of fraudulently impressed stamps bought of Mr. Dyott, 158, 225.

Routree, John, master of the Speedwell, 433.

Row (Rowe), Mrs., petition for her husband's arrears as Keeper of the Stores in Edinburgh Castle, 223.

-, Arabella, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

-, Charlotte, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Rowse, Samuel, appointed waiter and searcher at Penryn, 192.

Royal Africa Company:

charter of, 437.

Court of Assistants of, resolution of, mentioned, 351.

gold found by, the Crown's share of, Earl of Yarmouth's desire for grant of, 437.

memorial by, 404.

report on gold mines in Africa referred to, 436.

Royal Bedchamber.See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Royal bounties and pensions. See Queen's private pensions.

Royal Gardens and Parks, issues for, 15, 53, 165, 262; and see:

Brigstock.

Greenwich.

Hampton Court

Kensington Gardens.

London and Westminster:

Hyde Park.

St. James's Park.

WhitehallPrivy Garden.

RichmondNew Park.

Windsor:

Great Park.

House Park

Mote Park.

Royal Household, establishment of Charles II and James II, required by the Lord Treasurer, 290; issues for. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (ChamberTreasurer)Below Stairs (Board of Greencloth) Cofferer); wages, board wages, salaries, pensions, arrears of, account of, 2, 495514, payments of, 515553 passim.

-Above Stairs:

Lord Chamberlain (Duke of Shrewsbury):

discharge for plate, 382.

payment to, for arrears of Liveries, 536

wages and board wages, 503.

warrant by, 71, 89, 91, 101, 111, 145, 192, 217, 222, 239, 250, 253, 288, 322, 369, 407, 429, 437, 466, 472.

Vice Chamberlain (Thomas Coke):

issue to, 43, 72, 514.

wages and board wages (allowance, salary) arrears, 503; payments, 61, 72, 179, 307, 378, 486.

warrants by, 85, 89, 111, 114, 156, 209, 210.

Apothecaries:

Apothecary to the Person (J. Chase, D. Maltus), 424, 517, 527, 553; travelling charges, 315.

Apothecary to the Household (W. Jones), 517, 518, 553.

the three, payment to, 339.

Arras Workers,. See below Wardrobes (Great Wardrobe).

Bedchamber:

furniture for, 210. Groom of the Stole and First Lady (Duchess of Somerset), issues to, 72, 179, 302, 486, 504.

Ladies (Frances, Countess of Scarborough; Anne, Countess of Abingdon; Jane, Countess of Rochester; Rachel, Duchess of Devonshire;)

Mary, Duchess of Ormonde; Juliana, Countees Dowagar of Burlington; Anne Charlotte, Lady Frescheville; Lady Katherine Hyde): arrears, 528.

issues to, 25, 43, 58, 72, 179, 302, 486.

necessary woman to (Ann Hickson), 503.

waiting room [at Kensington], Dutch chairs for, 210.

Maids of Honour (Jane Kingdon, Mary Forrester, Anne Wyvill, Susanna Yelverton, Jane Warburton, Sarah Slingsby):

furniture for, at Windsor, 210.

issues to, 72, 179, 302, 486.

servants of, lodging for, 338.

pages (G. Abrahall, E. Brown, B. Delafountaine, J. Foster, D. Harris, H. Kirke, L. Saxon, J. Sells, J. Sewell, J. Smith, W. Watson), Wages and board wages, 502, 504.

Women of (Abigail, Lady Masham, Isabella Arundell, Agnata Cowper, Beata Danvers, Mary Fielding, Isabella Hartstongue, Alice Hill), issues to, 72, 179, 273, 302, 323, 486.

Black Rod, See Black Rod.

Buckhounds, Master of (Earl of Cardigan, Sir VV.Wyndham), 212, 518.

Carvers (H. Cole, B. Grenville, F. Henning, J. Tilburgh), 503.

Ceremonies:.

Marshal of (J. Inglis), payments to, 28, 151, 392, 553; salary, 523.

Master and Assistant Master of (Sir C. Cotterell):.

annuity to, in lieu of allowances by bills, 151, 453, 523, assistant to (J. Inglis), patent fee or salary, 151, 523.

issues to, 28, 42, 45, 50, 52, 57, 275(2), 352(2), 391, 553.

Chamber: and see below Council Chamber.

Comptroller of the Office. See below Treasurer (Office).

grooms, six, payment to, 424; travelling charges, 315.

messengers, forty:.

arrest of persons concerned in Chelsea Hospital frauds and, 76.

attending the Customs and Lord Treasurer. See Thorowkette, J.

bills of, 411, 551.

Clerks of the Cheque, two, 37, 254, 411, 424, 516.

issues to, 37, 254, 424, 516.

journeys of, 411.

petition of, for allowance for carrying proclamations to Scotland, 27. See also Exchequer Receipt.

Sewers (C. Crumpe, P. Garnier, J. Grassigneau, W. Gurneys, A. Meeke, W. Murray, J. Tryon, R. Savage), 504, See also Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Sewers).

Treasurer of (Lord Delawarr; Viscount Fitzhardinge):

appointment of Lord Delawarr, 326 note, 340.

clerks of, payment to, 340.

death of Viscount Fitzhardinge, 340.

[Deputy Treasurer]. See Holbech, John.

issues to, 484; privy seal for, 366.

letter to, 288.

office of: allowances issue for, 253.

annual payments etc. by, account of, required, 375.

bills, issue for 216, 253.

Comptroller of (W. Vanburgh), 2, 287, 454, 516.

debts due in, account of, required, 288; issue for clearing, 434.

establishment,

new, considera tion of, 388.

issues and payments for the service of, 34, 37, 39, 40, 41(2), 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 53, 237, 245, 253, 268, 273, 287, 313, 315, 321, 327, 336, 338(2), 346, 348, 365, 366, 386, 424, 434.

officer appointed to receive and pay moneys in. See Holbech, John.

wages, board wages, salaries and pensions, account of, required, 375;

arrears of, account of, 495, 503, 504, payment of, 461, 516, 517, 518, 550, 551; taxes on, greatly in arrear, 461.

patent fee and salary, 340, 516.

payments by, 424, 453, 484.

warrants to 212, 424, 453, 484,

Chamberkeeper to the Chaplains (T. Stayers), 505; travelling charges, 316.

Chamberkeper to Queen Mary's waiters (P. Berry), 503.

Chamberkeeper to the Queen's waiters (G. Powell), 505.

Chapel. SeeChapel Royal.

Clerks of the Closets, rooms of, Dutch chairs for, 210; and see Graham, Dr. Henry.

Clockmaker (and watchmaker) in Ordinary (T. Herbert), 273, 391, 424, 516, 549.

Cofferbearers (N.Bridgewater, M. Woolrich), 287, 424, 516.

Copper maker.See below Wardrobes (Great Wardrobe).

Council Chamber, inferior officers of, travelling charges, 338; Keepers of (R. Grigson, R. Harmsworth, E. Salter), 288, 344, 508.

Court Drummer (J. Clothier), 287, 517.

Cup Bearers (T. Botler, C. N. Eyre, Sir H. Luckyn, R. Russell), 503.

Embroiderer.See below Wardrobes (Great Wardrobe).

Footmen in waiting, bedroom furniture for, 288.

Gamekeepers (seven), 273, 518; underkeeper at St. James's (E. Brown), 518.

Gardeners: gardener at Somerset House (T. Baddeley), 287, 518.

And see Wise, Henry.

Gentleman Usher, Assistant (W. Saunderson), 338.

Gentleman Usher, Daily Waiter Assitant (C. Dalton). 424, 516.

Gentleman Usher Black Rod.See Black Rod.

Gentlemen Ushers. See below Privy Chamber.

Gentlemen Ushers, Daily Waiters (Sir W. Oldys, F. Ashton, J. Chaplaine, W. Saunderson), 503; travelling Charges, 315.

Gentlemen Ushers Quarter Waiters (C. Bressey, Sir C. Clarke, F. Coxeter, H. Gardy, H. Godfrey, T. Humphrys, T. Hutton, L. Pinkney), 503; travelling charges, 315.

Gold Staff Officers, 210.

Goldsmith. See Smethin, Samuel.

Great Chamber, Grooms of (R. Burrell, J. Cook, E. Copper, G. Evans, R. Jenkinson, J. Lindsey, A. Lisney, T. Martin, J. Stone, H. Waters), 273, arrears due to, 516; arrears of Liveries, 535.

Groom of the Stole. See above Bedchamber.

Groom Porter (T. Archer), 338, 424, 516.

Grooms, 424.

first Groom (T.Taylor), 348.

second Groom (C. Eyre), 348.

And see below Wardrobes (Removing Wardroble).

Hawks. Master of the(Duke of St. Albans), 45, 518

Historiographer Royal. See Rymer, Thomas.

Housekeepers:

Keeper of the Privy Lodgings (R. Marriott), 348, 516, 538.

UnderhouseKeeper (S. English), 348, 516, 538.

Kensington Palace: Housekeeper, 243, 348, 504, 518, 534; and see Lowman, Henry.

Underhousekeeper (H. Powell), 538.

Newmarket:

Housekeeper (T. Walker), 525(2).

St. James's: Housekeeper (Duke of Beaufort), 504.

Underhousekeeper (E. Brown), 348, 518, 538.

Somerset House:

Housekeeper (UnderhouseKeeper) (T. Hutton), 348, 518.

Westminster, Royal House at:

Housekeeper (Keeper) (J. Incledon), 42, 156, 276.

Whitehall

Housekeeper (P. Kirke), 348, 516.

Windsor Castle:

Housekeeper (T. Randue), 35, 58, 245, 413, 424(2), 504, 516.

Housemaid (Katherine Port), 533.

Instrument Keeper. See below Musicians.

Jewel Office. See Jewel Office.

Joiner. See See below Privy Chamber; Wardrobes (Great Wardrobe).

Knight Harbinger (M. Thurston), allowance and fee of, 310, 531, 534.

Ladies at Court, gold medals commemorating the Peace of Utrecht for, 285.

Latin Secretary (R. Hill), 191.

Mistress Laundress (Body Laundress) (E. Atkinson), 316, 505, 536.

Table Laundress (J. Gunthgorpe), 496.

Leash:

child of the Leash (E. Harrison), 535

Yeoman of the Leash (J. Piatt), 535.

Library keeper (Dr. R. Bentley), 531.

Locksmith (T. Churchill), 287, 517, 535.

Moletaker (J. Hunt), 287 516.

Musician (G. Abrahall, J. Banister, R. Bradley, R. Bradley, junr., R. Cox, H. Eccles, S. Eccles, E. Flower, W. Gorton, H. Heale, C. Hooten, C. Jones, F. Jones, R. King, J. Kremberg, A. De La Tour, J. Lenton, J. Ridgeley, T. Roberts, J. Shore, C. Smith, T. Smith C. Stiffkins, W. Wells), 273, 516, 536.

Master of (J. Eccles), 287, 516, 536.

Instrument Keeper, 516.

Necessary Woman, 316; (Elizabeth Towers), 168, 541.

And see below Privy Chamber.

Pages, 424.

first Page (K. Heron), 348.

second Page (C. Lucas), 348.

third page (T. Williams), 348.

Pages of the Backstairs (G. Abrahall, E. Brown, J. Foster, H. Kirke, L. Saxon, J. Smith), 315, 536.

And see George, Prince of Denmark.

Pages of the Bedchamber. See above Bedchamber.

Pages of the Presence (J. Evans, A. Kemp, A. Wallwyn, E. Wills), 315, 504, 536, 543.

Page of the Removing Wardrobe. See below Wardrodes.

Painter in enamel (C. Boit), 88, 236, 396, 417.

Park Gate Keeper at Kensington (W. Emmerson), 501.

Physicians, four. 399.

First (Dr. T. Lawrence) 316, 338, 517.

Second (Sir D. Hamilton, Dr. M. Lister), 517.

Third (Dr. J. Arbuthnot, Sir D. Hamilton), 315, 517.

Fourth (Dr. J. Arbuthnot, Dr. Shadwell), 315, 424, 517.

Poet Laureate. See Tate, Nahum.

Porter (Matthew Burnell) 533, 535.

Porters at Somerset House. (J. Allen, R. Frost, R. Salmon), 499.

Privy Chamber:

Gentlemen Ushers (J. Anderson, Sir E. Laurence, H. Sandys B. Sherrard), 315, 504.

Assistant Gentleman Usher (W. Saunderson), 338.

Groom of the Stole (Duchess of Somerset). See above Bedchamber.

Grooms (J. Bonine, R. Hemington, C. Tilburgh, W. Whitmore), 315, 504, 535. Joiner (J. Howard), 287, 517. Necessary Woman (M. Fyson), 505.

Privy Purse Keeper of (Lady Masham), 23,

25(2), 26, 39, 41, 52, 63, 66, 72, 81,(2), 434, 443, 485.

Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

Ratkiller (W. Martin), 89, 287, 516.

Repairer of Pictures (P. Walton), 287, 518.

Revels:

Comptroller of (L'Estrange Symes), 525.

Master of (C. Killigrew), 525.

officers of, payment to, 553.

Robes, The:

Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes (W. Vanhuls), 111, 249, 304, 348, 518, 534, 535.

Groom of (C. Hodges), 536.

Master and Gentleman of (Earl of Torrington), accounts of, state of, 369.

Mistress of (Duchess of Somerset), 288.

Office of:

debt of, account of, required, 288.

deliveries of lace, etc., to, 222.

issues for, 12, 13, 15, 33, 34, 37, 120, 484, 550.

Waiters of (J. Felton, H. Pigott), 536.

Yeoman of (R. Thomas), 536.

Running Porter (John Sargeant), 533.

Secretary to (Sir J. Stanley), 517.

Sempstress (A. Moor), 505.

Serjeant Surgeon. See below Surgeons.

Serjeant Trumpeter (J. Shore), 287, 516.

Serjeants at Arms. See Serjeants at Arms.

Sewers [Gentleman Sewers], (J. Greene, J. Hodges, J. Lyon, B. Rhodes), 503.

Signet. See Signet.

Starcher (M. Felton), 316, 505.

Storekeeper (John Elrington), 533.

Strewer of Herbs (A. Blizard), 89, 287, 517.

Surgeons, 348, 424.

Serjeant Surgeon and Surgeon to her Majesty's person (A. Dickins), 315, 424, 517.

Surgeon to the Household (W. Gardiner), 315, 517.

Table Laundress. See above Laundress.

Tennis Courts and Tennis plays, Master and Keeper of (H. Moor, T. Chaplin), 90, 531.

Tailors. See below Wardrobes (Great Wardrobe).

Venison fees and disbursements, officer for (J. Price), 506.

Venison warrants, officers for (E. Phillips, J. Shaw), 506(2).

Wardrobes, Clerk of. See above Robes.

Great Wardrobe:

Arras Workers (G. Abrahall, G. Bielbeau, J. Brathwaite, S. Colson, D. Demaid, J. Dryden, J. Elrington, J. Hall, A. Merchant, J. Perry, W. Portall, C. Roi, W. Sargeant, J. Uphallfens, R. Whitaker, J. White), 533; house rent for, 534.

Yeoman Arras Worker (J. Vanderbang), 210, 533, 534.

battilage, 534.

Clerk of (E. Dummer), 533(2), 535.

Copper maker (W. Johnson), 536.

Deputy Master (T. Dummer), 533, 534.

Embroiderer (S. Toulouze), 536.

emptions, casual disbursements, etc., 446, 551, account of, required, 375.

established allowances in, copy of, required, 290.

goods for, contracts or agreements for supply of, 446.

Housemaid (Katherine Port), 533.

Joiner (T. Roberts), 536.

Liveries:

arrears of, 533, 534, 535, 536.

debt for, 446; account of, required, 375.

memorial re, 30.

Short delivery of, 115.

Master (Duke of Montagu):

arrears of liveries and vestures due to, 533, 535, 536.

issues to, 12, 15, 16, 35, 37, 39, 43, 47, 115, 238, 452, 527, 551(2).

letters to, 288, 290, 375, 446, 461, 533, 534.

payments by, 115, 533, 534, 535.

salary arrears, 533.

warrants to, 85, 89, 101, 111, 114, 156, 193, 209, 210, 222, 239, 288, 322, 360, 407, 429, 466, 472.

Messenger (W. Holmes), 533, 534, 535.

Necessaries, payments under head of, 507.

Office of:

clerks in (J. Elrington, G. Hutchinson). 535, 536.

debts in, account of, required, 288; issue for, 238, 551.

rent for, 534.

Officers of, travelling charges, 316.

Porters (M. Burnell, M. Burnet), 533, 535.

Portitor (T. Dummer), 533, 535.

Robes and Vestures, allowances and payments for, 166, 392, 527, 533, 534; debt for, 446, account of, required, 375.

Running Porter (J. Sargeant), 535.

Salaries. See below Wages.

Serjeant Skinner (N. Witham), 534, 536.

Storekeeper (John Elrington), 533.

Tailors (M.Antonie, G. Banton, E. Bird, W. Bridger, J. Burglios, T. Burton, W. Dixon, L. Dupre, F. Elrington, T. Elrington, J. Evans, C. Gilford, P. Knightsbridge, J. Long, P. Marguerit, J. Maxfeild, P. Merchant, S. Orme, A. Reilhan, M. Spink, R. Witham), 533, office of, rent for, 534.

Yeoman Tailor (T. Dummer), 533, 535.

Ventures. See above Robes.

Wages (salaries, wages out of Court), arrears of, 507, 533; debt for, 446; account of, required, 375, taxes on, deduction of, 461.

Removing Wardrobe:

Grooms, eldest (T. Taylor), 517; youngest (C. N. Eyre), 517.

Officers of, payment to, 538.

Pages, first (K. Heron), 517; second (T. Williams), 517; third (C. Lucas), 517.

Yeoman of (G. Maynard), 71, 111, 288, 407, 424, 472, 517.

Standing Wardrobe:

Hampton Court Keeper of (R. Marriot), 348, necessaries for, 407.

Whitehall, Keeper of (D. Child), 348, 516.

Windsor, Keeper of (T. Hall), 348, 504, 516.

Yeoman of (Grey Maynard), 348.

Wardrobe Keepers:

Kensington Palace (M. Lowman), 343, 534.

St. James's (G. Maynard), 348, 504, 517.

Somerset House (T. Hutton), 518.

Works. See Works.

Writer and Embellisher of Her Majesty's Letters (T. Brand), 287, 518.

Yeoman of the Guard:

Captain of (Lord Burton afterwards Lord Paget), 115, 186, 348, 517.

Clerk of the Cheque (F. Clerk), 115, 348, 517.

Corporals (J. Biggs, J. Cappell, H. Killegrew, H. Walpole, T. Windham), 348, 517.

Ensign (R.Uphill), 348, 517.

Exons of, 315.

Lieutenant (C. Charlton), 348, 517.

liveries for, 115.

officers of (eight), issue for, 37, 254.

pensioner, 253, 349, 518.

salaries, issue for, 237.

Ushers, 253, sixteen, 349.

watch gowns for, 37.

Yeomen, 100, 349, 518(2).

Yeoman Bedgoers, two, 518.

Yeomen Hangers, six, 518.

Yeomen Ushers, eight, 518.

Below Stairs:

Board of Green Cloth, 494; letter to, 432.

Clerk of (Sir W. Forrester, C. Scarburgh), 495, 514, 515.

Clerk Comptroller (J. Fox, C. Godfrey, Sir J. Walter), 495, 502, 507, 514.

Cofferer (Lord Masham). See also Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford.

account of the debt of the Household required from and countersigned by, 2, 514.

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

interest on Exchequer Bills and, 320.

issues, imprests, payments to, 12, 13, 15, 16, 20, 25, 27, 30, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41(2), 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 49, 50(2), 53, 64, 169, 433, 434, 507, 515, 550.

office of:

emptions by debentures, extraordinaries and casual expenses in, account of, required, 369, 433; issue for, 550.

wages, board wages, salaries, stipends and pensions due in, account of, 432, 494514, required, 2, 368; taxes on, greatly in arrear, 461.

payments by, 146, 155.

Comptroller of the Household (Lord Lansdown, Lord Mansell, Sir John Stonehouse), 145, 437, 495.

Lord Steward (Earl Poulett), letters to, 288, 290, 368, 432; office of, debt in, 288; wages and board wages, 495.

Master of the Household (E. Dunch, Sir W. Poole), 495, 507.

messenger of (C. Jones), 15.

necessary woman. (H. Lovet), 503.

officers of, prayer books for, 101.

Treasurer of the Household (Earl of Cholmondeley), 495.

Acatery (Accatry):

Clerk, joint (J. Jackson, J. Price), 497.

Serjeant of (J. Halsey), 497.

Yeomen of (F. Tuckwell), 498.

Accompting House:

Grooms (J. Holbech, H. Powell), 495.

messenger (E. Phillips), 495.

Yeomen (E. Parsons, L. Spiesmaker), 495, 507(2).

Almonry (Almnery):

Groom (W. Slatter), 500.

Yeomen (D. Whitton), 500.

Bakehouse:

Clerk (R. Manning), 501.

Conductor (A. Bedburrough), 502.

Grooms (E. Ball, H. Nartloe), 495.

Yeomen (J. Clark, E. Grey, A. Schouten), 495, 501, 502.

Bellringer, at Hampton Court, 503; at Kensington, 500.

Bread Bearers (J. R. Lee, S. Lee), 500.

Buckets, servant for looking after (M. Worster), 506.

Buttery:

Gentleman (D. Loyd), 496.

Grooms. (J. Clay, E. Needham, T. Van Sanden), 496.

Cartloader (T. Traver), 501.

Carttakers:

Grooms (W. Arbor, W. Munden), 501.

Yeomen (R. Fielder, E. Kilmaine, C. Scoresby, J. Zevenhoven), 500, 501, 502.

Cellar:

Gentleman (T. Hopgood), 496.

Grooms (C. Price, S. Towers), 496.

Yeomen (R. Dalton, F. Francis, J. Frontine, J. Heymans, P. Lemmon, A. Van Brakell), 496, 501, 502.

Chandlery. (Chandry):

Grooms (J. Mellon, T. Pavey, R. Tull), 501.

Yeomen (B. Taylor), 501.

China, officers for (J. Dissell, J. Faveral, M. Hounsleffe), 506.

Cleaner of Cisterns (T. Hipseley), 501.

Cofferer. See above Board of Green Cloth.

Comptroller. See above Board of Green Cloth.

Confectionary:

Groom (T. Drake), 496.

Yeomen (G. Gunthorpe), 496.

Doorkeepers (S. Needham, J. Winne), 497.

Ewry:

Gentleman (J. Poulter), 496, 508.

Grooms (C. Calmell, E. Reddish), 496, 501.

[servants] (E. Beecher, M. Beecher), 501.

Yeomen (P. Berry), 496.

Hall:

Daily Waiters (J. Moody, J. Phillips, W. Paul), 500.

Marshal (C. Parsons), 500.

[servants] (T. Hardin, E. Parkes), 502.

Sewer (N. Watty), 502.

Surveyor of the Dresser (J. Hyte), 502.

Harbingers:

Gentleman (P. Laroch), 348, 499, 540.

Yeomen (F. Courant, L. Darington, S. Hoyte, D. Sherbourne, W. Wall), 499, 501.

Kitchen:

boys, arrears due to H. Lowman for, 503.

children (C. Arnaud, E. Centlivre, H. Evans, C. Lisney, J. Smith, J. Thornburgh), 497.

clerks:

chief clerk (H. Lowman), 497.

second clerk (J. Eckersal), 497.

cooks:

First Master Cook (J. Faverall), 497.

Master Cook (H. Smith), 502.

Master Cook to the Queen (J. Faverell, M. Hounsleff), 536.

Master Cook to the Household (E. Hicks, M. Hicks), 497, 536.

Second Cook (M. Hounsleff), 497.

Third Cook (J. Dissell), 497.

doorkeeper (J. Hubbard), 502.

Grooms (W. Calhoune, C. Frolling, W. Hounsleff, J. Lemeray, J. Sells, T. Webb, T. Wells), 497.

scourers (J. Boyer, T. Cole, J. Hobbs, P. Simonds, W. Tomlin), 497, 502.

Turnbroaches (G. Cranwell, W. Deakins, S. Edmonds, J. Fosbrooke, J. Gatley, T. Grecian, J. Grimston, E. Harris, J. Hybbert, J. Lodge, E. Scofeild, G. Shaw, S. Shepard, H. Watson, W. Watson, T. Watts, J. Webb, junr., J. Wheeler), 497, 502, 503.

Yeomen of the Mouth (J. Centlivre), 497.

Yeomen (C. Arnaud, R. Coocker, W. Daniel), 497.

Knight Marshal. See below Marshalsea.

Larder:

Grooms (J. Geator, G. Minors, J. Winston), 498.

Serjeant (W. Poole), 501.

Yeomen (N. Howard, J. Whildon), 498.

Marshalsea:

Knight Marshal (Sir P. Meadows), 500.

Provost Marshals (T. Bocket, T. Grey, R. Gwatkin, J. Jenkins, E. Watson, J. Frankland), 500.

Master. See above Board of Green Cloth.

Pantry:

Gentleman (W. Lingen), 495.

Grooms (C. Justice, J. Rivet), 496.

Pastry:

Child (J.Shepard), 501.

Furner (W. Murray), 498.

Grooms (E. Allen, T. Brown, T. Field), 498, 502.

Salsaryman (J. Burden), 498.

Yeomen (J. Faverall, T. Salter), 498.

Pheasant Keeper (J. Warner), 506.

Porters at the Gate:

Groom Porters (B. Hanchet, R. Vernon, M. Wyndham), 499.

Serjeant Porter (P. Cavendish), 499.

Yeomen Porters (T. Askew, A. Kenton, J. Lovet, R. Miller), 499.

Poultry:

Clerk (A. Gretton, P. Bickerstaffe), 498, 502.

Grooms (D. Davis, T. Rutter), 498.

Yeomen (A. Scarlet), 498.

Provost Marshals. See above Marshalsea.

Scalding House:

Groom (W. Spicer), 498.

Yeomen (H. Yorke), 498.

Scullery:

Children (R. Bedoe, T. Bott, R. Chambers, A. Goffe), 499, 501, 502.

Groom, joint (S. Farley, J. Tooth), 499.

Pages (J. Alsope, J. Rodd), 499, 501.

Pankeepers (J. Griffin, R. Turner), 499.

[servants] (M. Browne, M. Dodson), 499, 502.

Yeomen (S. Cardell, T. Hardyman), 498, 499.

Spicery:

Clerk (R. Davenant), 496.

Tail Cart-takers (A. Bruse, G. Clark, T. Lloyd, A. Van Beeke), 500.

Turncock at Kensington (E. Jones), 500.

Verge, officers of:

Clerk of the Verge (J. Hardesty), 500.

Coroner of the Verge (R. White), 500.

Watchman at St. James's (J. White), 501.

Wine Porters (J. Bardin, E. Brakenbury), 500.

Wood Yard:

Clerk (J. Shaw), 499.

Grooms (T. Beard, F. Colman, J. Spencer), 499, 501.

Yeomen (S. English), 499.

Royal Houses and Palaces:

See:

Hampton Court.

Kensington.

Holyrood House.

London and Westminster:

St. James's.

Somerset House.

Westminster Palace.

Whitehall Palace.

Lyndhurst.

Windsor.

Royal Mews and Stables:

Avery, Clerk of the (G. Lampen), 511.

bitmakers. See belowStud.

Bottle Groom.See below Grooms.

Carriages, Yeomen of (R. Manning), 512.

Chairmen (T. Fernhill, P. Marshall, R. Stanley, S. Till), 512.

Chaises, Helpers to the (E. Farrans, R. Mascall, W. Scofield), 512.

Clerk of the Avery. See aboveAvery.

Clerk of the Stables (M. Studholme), 511.

Coachmaker (R. Phillips), 512.

Coachmen (E. Brockhurst, J. Curtis, A. Millam, I. Moss, J. Smedley, T. Welsh) 512.

Commissioners for. See below Master of the Horse

encorachments on, account of, required, 28, 201.

Equerries (W. Breton, W. Duncombe, G. Feilding, T. Panton, P. Wentworth), 511.

[Equerry] of the Crown Stables (H. Foubert), 511.

extraordinary expenses of, issue for, 274.

Farriers:

Marshall Farrier (F. Snape), 511, 513.

Serjeant Farrier (R. Simcock), 511, 512.

Yeomen Farrier (J. Lickford), 512.

And see belowStud.

Footmen (F. Allen, J. Bernard, T. Bernard, T. Bickerstaffe, H. Docker, J. Edward, T. Hardin, D. Morrice, W. Nightingall, W. Peach, J. Penner, A. Sillitoe, H. Skull, O. Thomas, I. Tysall, G. Wilkinson), 512.

Gentleman of the Horse (C. D'Arcy), 511.

Governor to the Pages of Honour. See belowPages of Honour.

Grooms (Mr. Adamson, J. Beatham, C. Claussen, R. Hayes, W. Lucase, W. Nuttin, J. Roseby, W. Smith, T. Sutton, R. Waitman), 512.

Bottle Groom (J. Peach), 512.

And See belowStud.

Helpers (W. Beaseley, W. Brockhurst, G. Fuller, J. Garland, J. Riseley, J. Skeete), 512.

Helpers to the Chaises..See aboveChaises.

houses belonging to, account of, required, 28, 201.

Kensington, repairs to, 77; Stablekeeper, 512.

London, repairs to, 77,

Master of the Horse (Duke of Somerset), 13, 17, 25, 28, 33, 34, 37, 60, 288, 511, 514.

Commissioners for executing the office of (Conyers D'Arcy, George Fielding), 22, 25, 28, 42, 52, 63, 64, 77, 274, 288, 511, 552.

Office of, debts in, account of, required, 288; issue for, 552.

Messenger (N. Bridgewater), 512.

Mews Keeper (J. Lewis), 512.

Pages of Honour (R. Arundell, J. Hampden, J. Mordaunt, T. Murray), 511; Governor to (D. Brisac), 512.

Porter at the Mews (D. Alexander), 512.

Postillions (J. Duppa, C. Harris, T. Joynes, R. Whale, T. Wood, S. Worth), 512.

Purveyor (L. Sandors), 512.

Racing Horses (Running Horses). see belowStud.

repairs at, estimate for, 28, 184, 201; petition re, 77.

Riding Surveyor (J. Bowen), 511.

Saddlers. see belowSquire; Stud; Yeomen Sadler.

salaries in.See belowwages.

Squire and Groom Saddler (J. Rawlins), 511.

Stablekeeper, at Hampton Court (F. Sturgis), 512; at Kensington (C. Smith), 512.

stipends in. See belowwages.

Stud (Queen's Stud):

annual charge of, computation of, 136.

Arabian horses for or lent to, 468, 469.

at Newmarket, 468.

bill for, 64; detailed, 468, 469.

bitmakers' bills, 468.

boys in, 468.

farriers' bills, 468.

grooms, six, 468; and seeSpedding, Thomas.

hay and oats for, 72, 148, 163, 275.

helpers in, 468.

incident bills, 468.

issues for. See below underMaster.

Master of (Richard Marshal):

bill of, 64, 468, 469.

gold cups delivered to, 145, 253.

issues to, 17, 22, 40, 41, 64(2), 72, 148, 163, 275, 467, 469.

memorial, 136.

salary, 72, 163, 275, 468.

Racing horses (Running horses):

issues for, 63, 72.

number of, 468.

Supervisor or Keeper of, at Newmarket (Tregonnel Frampton), 63, 64, 146, 513, 514.

saddlers' bills, 468.

salaries in, issues for, 72, 148, 163, 275.

Surveyor of the Highways (M. Studholme), 511.

Surveyor of the Stables (A. Norton), 511; petition of, 77; survey to be made by, 28, 201.

wages, salaries and stipends, 495, 511, 512, 513, 514; issues for and for arrears, 13, 17, 22, 25, 28, 33, 34, 37, 42, 52, 60, 63, 64.

Yeomen Saddler and Storekeeper (R. George), 511.

Royal plate (Real plate), 363.

Roynon, Harry [Henry Raynton], Examiner of officers' securities, and to solicit the debts standing out in the Plantation [Duties] Receipt, dismissed, 113.

Ruan de Coffre, French linen called, 425.

Rudged, [John], Governor of the Bank of England, recommendation by, 250.

Ruffles, for the Queen, 222.

Rum:

above proof, demand for double duty on, 381, 382.

importation of, from Surinam to the Northern Plantations 412, 418.

permit to reduce to proof, 394, 397.

Rushton, David, landwaiter at Minehead, removed to Harwich, 283, 296; recommended for more effectual preferment, 296.

Russell (Russel), Mr., payment to, 13.

-, Lady Letitia, annuity granted by William III to, 355; payment to, out of quit rents granted to the Countess of Dorchester, 354.

-, Robert, Cup Bearer, Royal Household, 503.

-, Thomas, master of the Lucy and Mary, 126.

Russia (Muscovy):

Czar of (Emperor of):

Ambassador (Ambassador Extraordinary) to. SeeWhitworth, Charles.

Envoy Extraordinary from (Russian Minister), house hired for, rent and furniture, 348. and seeLeith, Mons.

King Augustus and, interview between, 427, 515.

hemp from, 214.

Rutherford, John, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Rutland, Houses Duties, Receiver General of. SeeLyon, Samuel; Land Tax, Receiver General.

SeeBanks, John; Lyon, Samuel.

Rutter, Mr., debts of Mr. Weeks examined by, 66.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Poultry, Royal Household, 498.

Rycaute. SeeRicaute.

Rydley, Nicholas, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 488.

-, Richard, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 488.

Rye, importation of, 488.

Rye, co. Sussex:

Customs sloop at, for the prevention of smuggling, 489.

Deputy Comptroller of Customs at (James Lamb), 449.

French ship seized at, 346.

Rylands, Nicholas, lieutenant of Maud's company in Montandre's regiment, pay, 281.

-, Nicholas, adjutant of Montandre's company and regiment, 280.

Ryley (Ryly, Riley), Mr., 384.

-, Philip:

Commissioner for managing Duties on Houses, 182.

Commissioner for Taxes, 8, 163, 174, 368, 524.

Commissioner for Trade, 260.

-, Phillip, serjeant at arms, 26, 53, 182, 380.

-, Reginald:

Commissioner for Leather duties, 425, 440, 442.

Commissioner for Duties on Houses, 442.

Commissioner for Taxes, 442, 443, 479.

Ryman, William, clerk, entitled to a messuage on the Round Rundles, 153.

Rymer, Thomas, Historiographer Royal:

assistant to (Robert Sanderson); his petition to succeed as Historiographer, 466.

manuscripts left behind by, account of, required, 64.

payments to, 42, 275, 517.

Rymer's Fdera (Collection of Ancient Leagues and Treaties), assistant in publishing, 466; 15th volume of, copy of, burnt in a fire in the Printing House in White Friars, 275.

Rynelle, Sir Richard, payment to, in South Sea Stock andtallies, 248.

Ryves, , kid skins seized by, 200, 425.