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S

S. B., letter signed, 79.

Sabine, [Joseph], major general, letter from, complaining of charge on regiments in Flanders for recruits, 196; order by, at Ghent, 380; regiment of, on the Irish Establishment, 266.

Saddlers' bills, for the Queen's stud, 468.

Saddles for the Army. SeeArmy.

Sadler, Francis, Surveyor General [of Revenue, Ireland], account stated by, 80.

Sagadahoe (Sagadehock) river, Maine, lands between the St. Croyx river and, proposed settlement of soldiers on, 264.

Sail Cloth, foreign, duty on. See Customs duties.

St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, Charles.

St. Andrew, enamelled. See Thistle, Order of.

St. Andrews, co. Fife:

bishopric of, rents of, petition for grant of, 228.

citizen of, 323.

Priory of, lands of, grant of, 323.

Regality of, 323.

University of:

New College, Professor of Philosophy in (J. Duncan), 274.

Professor of Divinity in (T. Halliburton), 74.

St. Leonard's College, Professor of Philosophy in (J. Craigie), 274.

St. Antonio, [order of], revenue from hogs in Minorca paid to, 144.

St. Austin Beach, Bristol port, waiter and searcher at, 283.

St. Christophers:

Deputy Governor (Lieutenant Governor). See Lambert, Michael.

French part of, acquired by the Treaty of Utrecht, 339; grant of lands in, 337, 339, 358; revenues from, management of, 357.

sufferers by French invasion of, debentures for relief of, 401, 408, 414, 461, 473, 474, petition re, 399, 400, 408, 471.

St. Claire, John, lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Thomas, quartermaster of Ashburnham's horse, half pay for, 478.

St. Croyx, river, N. America, lands between Sagadahoc river and, proposed settlement of soldiers on, 264.

St. George, Sir Henry, Garter King at Arms, 225, 531.

St. Hill, Mr., payment to, for use of New River water for St. James's Palace and Stables, 338.

St. John, -, lieutenant colonel, letter from, mentioned, 103.

-, George, Secretary to the Embassy at Utrecht, payments to, for coming express from Utrecht with accounts of signing of peace treaties with France and Spain, 42, 251, for equipage and ordinary allowances, 45, 259, 262; present from the Queen to, 250.

-, Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke,

Secretary of State:

Ambassadors' bills allowed by, 70, 120, 125, 170, 182, 301, 342.

board wages, 503.

certificates by, 519, 520(3).

issues to, for Secret Service, 40, 445, 524.

letters from, mentioned, 299, 346, 367, 393, 394, 446, 447(2), 448.

letters to and matters referred to, 30, 56, 59, 63, 70, 138, 196, 290, 294, 308, 345, 351, 357, 363, 409(2), 410, 424, 426, 432, 447, 461, 474(2).

patent fee, 524.

salary, 473, 524(2).

St. Lawrence, Michael, quartermaster in Wharton's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

St. Leger, -, lieutenant-colonel, paymaster of prisoners in Spain under, 244.

-, Sir John, attending the Treasury, 16; chapel plate delivered to, 16.

St. Leidgers Wharf in Southwark, q.v.

St. Leonards College. SeeSt. Andrews University.

St. Loe, Mrs. Dorothy, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

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

St. Malo, France, 138.

St. Margarets, co. Kent, riding officer to reside at, 239.

St. Martin, -, petitioner, 410.

-, John, merchant of London, petition of, reseizure of kid skins, 200.

St. Mawes (St. Maws), co. Cornwall, waiters and searchers at, 265.

St. Neots, co. Bedford, branch [post office] at, 452.

St. Patrick's Cathedral.SeeDublin.

St. Petersburg (Petersburg), Russia, Factory at, chaplain for, 193; ships from, 445, 474.

St. Philips Castle, in Port Mahon, q.v.

St. Piere, Henry, pension in Ireland for, 395.

St. Quintin, Sir William, a Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 166.

Salaries, due at the Exchequer, arrears of, book of, 460; repayment of taxes on. SeeGovernment Officials.

Salcey Forest, co. Northampton, Chief Ranger (G. Montague), 184; repairs in, petition for, 184.

Salcombe, co. Devon, tidesmen at, 387, 394.

Salinanne, Mrs., et al., payment to, 552.

Salisbury (Sarum), bishop of. See Burnet, Gilbert.

[Salisbury, Dean of.] SeeYounger, Dr. John.

Salisbury, Earl of. SeeCecil, James.

Salisbury cloth, given as a present to the Alcaid of Alcazar, 133; price of. SeePrices.

Salkeld, John, clerk, petition for grant of land in the French part of St. Christophers, 337, 339.

Salkirk, Alexander, master of the Greyhound galley, 312.

Salmon, Richard, a porter at Somerset House, board wages, 499.

Salop. See Shropshire.

Salsaryman. See Royal Household Below Stairs(Pastry).

Salsbury, -, colonel, pension for, 155.

Salsonetal [Saltonstal], John, waiter and searcher at Berwick, superannuated, 283.

Salt, improvement of, petition for patent for, 394; seized, 187, 364.

Salt and Rock Salt, duties on:

collector of, 340.

Commissioners for (T. Aram, E. Brereton, J. Cardonell, J. Danvers, H. Griffith, M. Lister alias Killigrew):

letters to and matters referred to, 115, 124, 166, 182, 188, 193, 201, 202, 207, 228, 244, 258, 292, 340, 430(2), 437.

new commission, 173.

reports and presentments by, 154, 376, 400, 432, 437, 481.

salaries (poundage and incidents), 173, 376.

warrant to, 154.

Comptroller of (T. Hall), 173; salary, 173.

debts and arrears, account of, required, 166; prisoners for, 124, 207, 430; prosecutions for, 166, 309.

frauds, 182.

General Inspector of (W. Strode), 137.

granted by Act 9 Anne, c. 15, towards payment of interest to the South Sea Company, 72, 73, 193.

Lottery on. See Lotteries 1711, First Classis Lottery.

officers for:

appointments, 244, 258.

removed, 292.

salaries, repayment of taxes on, 400, proposal to apply surplus of superannuation fund for, 432, 437.

superannuation fund for (Bank of Charity), 432, 437; deduction of 3 pence in the out of salaries for, 432, 437.

And see Falmouth.

Scotland. See Scotland.

Salter, Edward, one of the Keepers of the Council Chamber, payments to, 288, 344, 508.

-, Thomas, Yeoman of the Pastry, Royal Household, 498.

Saltmarsh, Mary, widow of Henry Crisp, estate of, 399, value of, 55; outlawed for being a professed nun, 55, 399.

-, William, cornet in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Saltonstal. See Salsonetal.

Saltpetre, demand for allowance for "refraction" of, 443; for the Ordnance, 1.

Salvers, 16.

Sambrooke, Jeremiah, Deputy Clerk of the Crown, lease of premises in the Strand to, 122; list of proclamations circulated in Scotland signed by, 330.

Sample, William, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

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

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

-, Michael, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Robert, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

-, William, lieutenant colonel of Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Sanden, Tadeus van, Groom of the Buttery, Royal Household, 496.

Sanderson. See Saunderson.

Sandford, Robert, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Sandhurst Walks in Windsor Forest, q.v.

Sandiland, James, Lord Torphichen, petition of, 393.

Sandors, Luke, Purveyor to the Royal Stables, 512.

Sandwell, Jo., master of the Archangell Merchant, 381.

Sandys, Henry, Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber, 504.

-, Simon, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Santini, Nicholas, partner of Sir John Lambert, attending the Treasury, 56; remittance proposals by (for the army in Flanders), 11, 56, South Sea Stock transferred to, as security for, 124, 125, 223.

Sardinia, corn and cattle plentiful and cheap in, 144.

Sargeant(Sarjeant), Ja., Collector for the New River Water [for the Post Office], payment to, 452.

-, John, Running Porter to the Great Wardrobe, 533, 535.

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

Sarlande, -, his regiment of dragoons, disbanded, 402; officers of, commencing date of half pay for, 402; reduced in Portugal, 402.

Sarum, co. Wilts., division, Receiver General of Land Tax for. See Child, John.

-, and see Salisbury.

Saucers. See Cups.

Sauchop, co. Fife. See Moncreife of Sauchop.

Saunders, Edward, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, Jos., captain of the Grenadier company in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

-, Robert, captain in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Saunderson(Sanderson), James, appointed tidesman at Newcastle, 449.

-, John, master of the Prosperity, 230.

-, Robert, assistant to Thomas Rymer, petition to be Historiographer Royal, 466.

-, William, Assistant Gentleman Usher, 338; Gentleman Usher, Daily Waiter, 503.

Savage, Csar, deputy Queen's Waiter (to Richard Ferrier), London port, presentation and appointment, 259, 283.

-, Peter, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, Richard, Earl Rivers, executors of, payment to, 552.

-, Richard, Sewer of the Chamber, 504.

Savery, Isaac, tidesurveyor at Exeter, superannuated, 265.

-, Thomas, Treasurer [and Paymaster] for Sick and Wounded Seamen, 24(2), 91, 94, 137, 138, 149, 150; dismissed, 146.

Savoy, Duke of:

Envoy from. See Maffei, Annibale, Conte di Maffei.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Chetwynd, John.

forces of, observations of Inspectors on, report from the Comptrollers of Army Accounts on, 171.

House of Austria and, differences between, Plenipotentiaries for arbitrating, 450, 520.

Savoy, the. See London and Westminsterstreets and places.

Sawkins, Mr., money advanced by, for subsistence of Wills' regiment of marines at Canterbury, 440.

Sawle(Sawles), -, major, letter to, mentioned, 103.

-, Francis, payments to, for clothing, 75; in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248(3).

Sawyer, Edward, landcarriage officer at Bristol, superannuated, 265.

-, George, major in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, George, Clerk of the Privy Seal, 504.

Saxe-Gotha, Duke of:

Agent of (Mr. Halungius), 196.

letter from, translation of, mentioned, 470.

minister of, letter from, mentioned, 470.

troops of, 437, discharged, 196, 470; in Italy, 196; observations of Inspectors on, report by Comptrollers of Army accounts on, 171; pay of, 196, 470.

Saxon, Lawrence, Page of the Backstairs, 536; Page of the Bedchamber, 504.

Saxony, Elector of, as King of Poland, Resident (afterwards Envoy) from. See Lorme, C. P. de. See also Poland, King of.

-, Electress Dowager of, British Ambassador attending (G. Mackenzie), 427, 515.

Say, crimson, 239.

Say, Alexander, payment to, for Xmas box money and new year's gifts in the Post Office, 453.

Sayers(Sayer), George, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, John, wages out of the Wardrobe, 507.

-, John, murder of, 187, 284.

Sayes Court, co. Kent. [manor of], stewardship of, petition for, 419.

Scalding House. See Royal HouseholdBelow Stairs.

Scarborough, co. York, Collectors of Customs (J. Baynes, T. Fysh), 293.

Scarborough, Countess of. See Lumley, Frances.

Scarborough, Edward, Collector of Liverpool port, failure and sureties of, 363.

-, Richard, merchant, lands of, extended for debt, in custodiam grant of, 350.

Scarburgh, Charles, Clerk of the Green Cloth, accounts of the Civil List signed by, 514; Prince of Denmark's plate delivered to, in trust for the Queen, 79, 147; wages and board wages, 495, 507.

Scarlet, Anthony, Yeoman of the Poultry, Royal Household, 498.

Seavage(or Shewing), duty of. See LondonDuty.

Scheels, Timothy, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Schomberg, Meinhgardt, Marquis of Harwich, Duke of Schomberg and Duke of Leinster, regiment of, officers of, pay of, in lieu of servants, 380; on the Irish Establishment, 266; reduced to 36 men in each troop, 380.

Schoolmasters. See Fotheringhay; Southwell; Wapping.

Schools. See Universities.

Schouten, Albert, Yeoman of the Bakehouse, Royal Household, 501.

Schumaker, Sophia, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Scilly, Customs boatmen at, 387.

Scire facias, writs of, 356.

Scobell (Scobells), Francis, issues to, for purchase of tin, 2, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 23, 25(2), 26, 27, 30, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41(2), 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 49, 50(2), 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63(2), 64, 65, 66, 483; letter to, 69.

Scofield, Edmund, turnbroach to the Royal Kitchen, 502; pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, William, Helper to the Chaises, Royal Stables, 512.

Sconces, for the Music Room at St. James's, 114.

Score, Richard, Collector of Customs at Penzance, abuses in computing duty on unrated goods detected by, reward, 257, 331.

Scoresby, Charles, Yeoman Carttaker, Royal Household, 501.

Scott. See Scott.

Scotch letters. See Post Office letters.

Scotch packet boats, accounts of, 453; and See Port Patrick.

Scotland:

Accountants in, as to granting discharges of, 286.

accounts of, privy seal for passing, 346.

annual allowances in. See Scotlandbounties.

Army in:

Commander-in-Chief of. See Whetham, [Thomas], Major General.

Commissaries of Musters, memorial of, 27.

Commissioners of Recruits (Commissioners for Recruit Acts), letters from the Privy Council to, 329; Sheriffs and Stewards ordered to attend, proclamation re, 329.

Dragoons, forage for, issue for, 152; three regiments embarked for Flanders (Ostend), 235, 258.

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

subsistence for garrisons, issues for, 152, 219, 251, 331, 343, 370, 413, 487; out of money received for Land Tax, 51.

Bedesmen's (Bedman's) Gowns, payments on the Civil List for, 74, 181.

bishoprics in, rents and revenues of, collection of, 236; grant out of, to Glasgow University, 467.

blench duties. See Dues, feudal.

bounties (annual allowances, charities, Queen's charities and bounties), 322.

as to passing grants of, 228, 286.

Charity Roll pensioners, 74.

quarterly list of, 198, 382.

small charities on the Queen's birthday, 74.

bullion in, Receiver General of (W. Spens), 228.

calicoes, duty on, 95, 274; remittance of, 164; and See Scotlandsilks.

candles, duty on, salary bills, 95, 206, 274.

casualties in, as to passing grants of, 228, 286; and See Lovat.

Charity Roll. See Scotland bounties.

Church of, General Assembly of, commissioner to. See Murray, John, Duke of Atholl.

Circuit Courts, yearly expense of, 172.

Civil List, issues and payments, 27, 74, 155, 181, 273, 274, 382; excise money applicable to, 356.

Commissioners of Recruits. See ScotlandArmy.

Conservator of the Privileges of, in the Netherlands. See Kennedy, Sir Andrew.

Crown patronages in. See ScotlandQueen's patronages.

Customs:

Accomptant General (J. Short), 419.

collectors of, 236.

Commissioners of:

(W. Boyle, T. Fullerton, J. Kent, L. Norman), 356.

(W. Boyle, Sir J. Campbell, W. Clealand, T. Fullerton, L. Norman) commission, 356.

application to, 284.

letters from, mentioned, 115, 202, 399, 454.

letters to and matters referred to, 34, 48, 171, 307, 311, 346, 372, 419(2), 420, 454, 463.

packet boats between Port Patrick and Donaghadee and, 414.

reports by, 79, 397.

salary, 356.

solicitor to. See Eyre, Charles.

warrants to, 174, 188, 274, 380, 382.

duties, contract for remitting, 169; payments out of, for expense of Circuit Courts, 188(2).

establishment, revision of, 382.

General Surveyor (Surveyor). See Strode, William.

Inspector of Outports (Mr. Edgar), leave of absence, 463.

officers acting in, after the Union, by virtue of H.M. Proclamation, account of, required, 34.

Patent Officers, salary payments, 274.

salary bills, 93, 174, 380.

seizures of prohibited and uncustomed goods, prevention of outrages in breaking open houses used for, 27; provision of warehouses for, 27, 235, 236.

tacksmen of, frauds by, proposed composition, 26, 228.

Deputy Advocates. See ScotlandJusticiary Courts.

Earl Marshal, peer of Scotland to be chosen in place of, 329.

Episcopal clergy, 236.

Equivalent, Commissioners of, 27, 382.

Exchequer:

accounts to be passed in, 172.

Act for constituting, 228, 287.

Barons of:

bounties and charities recommended by, 198.

empowered to pass irregular or defective accounts, 467.

grants stopped by, 60.

letters to and matters referred to, 25, 111, 129, 188, 189, 225, 227, 286, 337, 351, 368, 458, 459.

Lord Chief Baron, matters referred to, 27, 223, 235; and See Scrope, John.

reports and representations by, 26, 27(2), 227, 228, 328.

warrant to, 322.

And See Scrope, John.

cases, 433, 436.

clerk to the port bonds in (T. Rogers), 181.

commissions out of, for ascertaining tithes belonging to Crown partronages, representation re, 26.

Deputy Usher of (J. Stephens), 181.

fees, on coinage duty money, complaint re, 336.

Pipe, Clerk of (J. Tyas), 162, 260, 368.

prosecution of tacksmen in, for frauds, 26.

Queen's Remembrancer (J. Tarver), 162, 260, 368.

Excise:

Accomptant General's Office, additional clerks for, 198; salary of, 198.

Cashier. See below Receiver General.

expense of Circuit Courts to be paid out of, 172, 188(2).

Commissioners:

bill in the Exchequer filed against, by Colonel C. Douglas, 433, 436.

bills drawn by, 45, 330.

letters to, 129, 245, 292, 295, 356.

memorial, 129(2).

payments by, 295, 356.

remittances by, to the Excise Commissioners, London, 164; agent for, 164.

warrants to, 128, 164, 188, 198, 269.

And See Forbes, [Alexander].

Comptroller's Office, additional clerks for, 198; salary of, 198.

duties (money):

charges to account of, 465.

payments out of, 295; applicable to the Civil List, 356; for expense of Circuit Courts, 172, 188.

remittance of, to London, Agent for, proposal for saving expense of, 164; contract for, 128, 129, 169.

And See Scotland

Calicoes.

Candles.

Hides and Skins.

Leather.

Malt.

Paper.

Silks.

Soap.

Starch.

Wire, gilt and silver.

incidents. See below Salaries.

office. See Edinburgh.

Receiver General and Cashier, appointment of J. Gregory in place of R. Sinclair, 269.

salaries and incidents, bills for, 95, 206, 274, 390.

tacksmen of, See Kennedy, Sir Thomas; Oswald, Sir J.

fish exported from, salt duty on, abuses re, 115.

gilt and silver wire, duties on. See Scotlandwire.

Great Seal of (Seal appointed by the Union to be kept in the place of), Chancellor and Keeper of. See Campbell, Hugh, Earl of Loudoun; Ogilvie, James. Earl of Findlater and Seafield; warrant for, 467.

Heralds and pursuivants. See Fairbairn, J.; Guthrie, J.; Martin, A.

Hides and skins. See ScotlandLeather.

Ireland and, packet boats between, 189, 311, 397, 414; and See Scotch packet boats.

Irish victual imported in, prevention of, 26.

Justice Clerks, circuit allowance, 172.

Justice General, circuit allowance, 172.

Justiciary Courts:

circuits of, allowances and expenses for, paid out of Customs and Excise, 172, 188; proclamation appointing times and places for keeping, 328.

clerks of the Circuit, three, allowances, 172.

fees and salaries, 188.

Deputy advocates of, three, circuit expenses of, 172.

Lords, allowances and expenses of, 172, 188.

macers of, three, circuit expenses, 172; and See Guthrie, James.

trumpets, six, circuit expenses, 172.

Land Tax in, money received from, applied for subsistence of troops, 51; Receiver General of. See Douglas, Archibald.

lands in, charters and grants, 111, 323; feudal dues on. See Dues, feudal.

Leather (hides and skins).

duties on:

additional, 95.

Commissioners for, warrant to, 198.

remittance of, 164.

salary bills, 95, 206, 274.

supervisors of, additional, salary and travelling allowances, 198.

macers. See Scotland Justiciary Courts.

malt duties (as by Malt Act [12 Anne, c. 2]), salaries and incidents, bills for, 390; scheme for managing, required, 245.

minister in, stipend of, 111.

mint. See Edinburgh.

nonentry dues. See Dues feudal.

Orders in Council in. See ScotlandProclamations.

paper duty, 164, 274.

packet boats. See Port Patrick, Scotch packet boats.

Parliament of, Act of [1707, c. 34 (21 March, 17067)], gift of 300l. per an. to Glasgow University confirmed by, 409, 467.

Peers of, proclamation summoning them to choose a peer, 329(2).

pensions in, as to passing grants of, 286. Cp. Scotlandbounties.

Privy Seal of:

grants under, 449, 450; as to passing, 228, 286.

Keeper of. See Graham, James, Duke of Montrose; Murray, John, Duke of Atholl.

warrant for, 467.

Proclamations and Orders in Council in, distribution of, by messengers of the Receipt, 27, 236, 326 note, 328, 382; schedule of, 328, 329, 330.

pursuivants. See Scotland heralds.

quarantine in. See Scotland ships.

Queen's (Crown) patronages in, 26, 235.

Queen's printer in (Andrew Anderson, Agnes Campbell), 382.

recoinage in. See Edinburgh mint.

remittances from, 128, 129, 169.

rents in, as to method of granting arrears of, 228.

Resident for the Affairs of, in the seventeen Provinces of the Low Countries. See Kennedy, Sir Andrew.

retour dues. See Dues, feudal.

salt, duties on, for exported fish, abuses re drawbacks, 115; imported before the Union, as to disposal of, 202.

Sessions, Lord of. See Hamilton of Pentcartland, James.

sheriffs of, circulation of Privy Council letters to, 329; vacancies in Crown patronages to be notified by, 26, 235.

ships in, quarantine by, complaint of avoidance of, 397, 399.

Signet, writer to. See Alves, William.

silks and calicoes, duties on, commissioners of, warrant to, 198; supervisors of, additional, salaries and travelling expenses, 198.

silver wire. See Scotland wire.

skins, See ScotlandLeather.

soap, duties on, 95, 164, 274.

starch, duties on, 95, 164, 274.

Stewarts in, circulation of Privy Council letters to, 329.

stipends in, 111; vacant, collection of revenues of, 236.

tacksmen in, as to method of discharging, 228. See also Scotland Customs, Excise.

Taxes, Receiver General of. See Douglas, Archibald.

tithes belonging to Crown patronages in, commissions for ascertaining, 26.

tobacco in, surveyor of, 173.

See also Scotlandwine.

trumpets. See Scotland Justiciary Courts.

Under Falconer in, office of, grant to A. Brand loco J. Nasmith, 449; salary and fees, 449, warrant, 60.

Union, Act or Treaty of, 60, 228; account of officers who acted in the Customs after, required, 34; passing of grants and, 286, 287; seal appointed by. See ScotlandGreat Seal.

Universities. See Aberdeen; Glasgow; St. Andrews.

Wardrobes in, Chief Keeper of, 450; First Underkeeper of (J. Oliphant of Langtoun), grant and salary, 450; Keeper of, grant of office, warrant for, 60.

warehouses in, for prohibited and uncustomed goods, 235.

wine and tobacco in, General Inspector and Adjuster of Damages on (J. Short), 419, 420.

wire, gilt and silver, duties on, 95, 164, 274.

works in, new establishment for, 27; overseer and surveyor of (James Smith), 228, 368.

Scotland, David, tidesman at Minehead, appointed to Wells, 449.

Scott (Scot), Anne, Duchess of Monmouth and Duchess of Buccleuch, annuity out of the Excise, 527.

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

-, Francis, Viscount Hermitage, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, George, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Henry, Earl of Deloraine: half pay for, 475.

regiment of, disbanded, 475, 482; officers of, half pay for, 475, 482; on the Irish Establishment, 475, 482; surgeon to, 482.

-, James, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Poland, 76, 450, 521, 551.

-, John, master of the Customs smack at Queenborough, salary, 332.

-, Thomas, payments to, 98, 249.

-, William, master of the William and Ann, 278.

Scotten, Mary, petition for liberty to let her part of the Golden Lyon in the Strand, 122.

Scrivener. See Jackson, Nathaniel.

Scrope, John, Baron (Chief Baron) of the Exchequer, Scotland:

additional salary, 163, 260.

attending the Treasury, 26, 27, 60.

issues and payments to, 23, 40, 52, 368.

letters to and matters referred to, 184, 436.

report by, 409.

Scudamore, Sir B., Collector of Customs of Chester and Liverpool, 254.

Scullery, See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Seaford, Earl of. See Ogilvie, James.

Seafield, co. Sussex, Customs officer at, 207.

Seago, William, master of the Elizabeth and Mary, 393.

Seals and signets, Chief Engraver of. See Roose, John; Public, engraving of, payment for, 156.

See also:

Admiralty Court.

Anglesea.

Brecknock.

Carnarvon.

Denbigh, Chancellor of.

Exchequer.

Glamorgan.

Great Seal.

Jamaica.

Maryland.

Merioneth.

Post Office.

Privy Seal.

Radnor.

ScotlandGreat Seal, Privy Seal.

Secretaries of State.

Virginia.

Seaman, John, master of the Love's Increase, 428.

Seamen. See Navy.

Seamen and seafaring men, straggling, proclamation for apprehending, 328.

Searchers. See CustomsOutports.

Seare. See Arnold and Seare.

Seares. See Sears.

Searle, William, tidesman at Dartmouth, superannuated, 265.

Sears (Seares), Edward, apprehended for highway robbery, 69.

-, Leonard, master of the Duke of Cambridge, 278.

Secret correspondence, ambassadorial. See Ambassadorsextraordinaries.

Secret Service, issues for, 8, 12, 28, 31, 39, 40(2), 41, 42, 45(2), 47, 53, 59, 64, 68, 88, 115, 123, 129, 209, 242, 269, 273, 289, 294, 320, 326, 330, 338, 341, 345, 365, 386, 428, 445, 464, 465, 470, 483, 523, 524; exchequer fees on, 163; and See ArmyPortugal.

Secretaries of State:

allowance of Ambassadors' bills by, 70, 120, 125, 170, 182, 208, 296, 301, 309, 342, 469.

appointment of William Bromley, 325.

at Windsor, 473.

death of the Duke of Queensberry and Dover, 532.

free postage, 381.

letter from, mentioned, 432.

matters referred to, 387, 405, 432.

office of. fees, 200; grants prepared in, stopped by Exchequer Barons, Scotland, 60; keeper of, fee of, 200.

plate for, 369.

salary, 325, 366, 453, 473.

Secret Service issues to. See several Secretaries.

Secretary at War (Sir W. Wyndham) attending, 21, 160.

signets in steel for, 226.

vacancies in churches (Queen's Patronages) in Scotland to be notified to, 26, 235.

wages and board wages, 503.

See also:

Bromley, William.

Douglas, James, Duke of Queensberry and Dover.

Erskine, John, Earl of Mar.

Finch, Daniel, Earl of Nottingham.

Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth.

St. John, Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke.

Secretary at War. See Army.

Secretary to the Royal Household. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Sedan or chair, for the Darling Sultanes, 327.

Sedan maker, bill of, 392.

Sedgwick, Robert, Clerk of the Jewel Office, arrears due to, 516.

Sedley, Katherine, Countess of Dorchester, quit rents and lands granted to, 354, 355.

Seedman, Jos., master of the Henry, 381.

Sefton, Daniel, petitioner, 384.

Seignoret, John, from Piedmont, at Cambridge University, royal bounty for, 154.

Seill, Andrew, master of the Prince of Orange, 105.

Seisdon, co. Stafford, hundred of, Land Tax Commissioners for, arrears of, 324.

Seizer(Sizer), Mr., an executor of Mr. Whitfield, attending the Lord Treasurer, 22, 23.

Selby, co. York, surveyor, waiter and searcher at, 114.

Sells, James, Page of the Royal Bedchamber, 502.

-, John, Groom of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Semeins, -, letter to, mentioned, 400; petition of, for continuance of pension to Dr. Hinde's children, 400.

Sempill, [John], Lord Sempill, captain in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Sempstress. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Serjeant, John, master of the Charity, 221.

Serjeant at Law. See Powys, Sir Thomas.

Serjeant Trumpeter. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Serjeants. See Army.

Serjeants at Arms(T. Charnock, T. D'Critz, D. Gardner, S. Goatley, C. Goodere, J. Hall, M. Hutton, J. Lawson, P. Persehouse, P. Ryley, C. Stone, T. Turst, E. Williamson, T. Wyberg):

appointments, 183, 189, 400.

attending the House of Commons. See Parliament Commons.

attending the House of Lords (Speaker). See Parliament Lords.

attending the Lord Chancellor. 183, 189.

payments to, 380, 553.

surrender of office by, 183, 189, 400.

travelling charges, 316.

wages, fees and board wages, 31, 155, 180, 182, 401, 519.

Serra, Gomez, jewels bought from, for the Queen, issue for, 58, 391.

-, Phineas Gomes, prosecution of, petition for stay of, 425.

Setates, Thomas, loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

Settlement of disbanded soldiers, 335.

Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 77.

Sewell, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, John, a Page of the Royal Bedchamber, 502.

Sewers, Commission of, to compel town of Hull to repair the banks of their river, 410, 461.

Sewers of the Royal Household. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Seymour, Mr.et al., issue for, 43.

-, Charles, Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, issues and payments to, 13, 17, 25, 28, 33, 34, 37, 60, 511, 514, 549; letter to, 288; pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, Groom of the Stole, First Lady of the Bedchamber and Mistress of the Robes, 72, 179, 288, 302, 484, 486, 504.

-, William, Lieutenant General, payments to, 550, 551.

Shadwell, Dr. [John afterwards Sir John], Physician in Ordinary to the Queen (Fourth Physician to the Royal Household), 424, 517.

Shaftoe, -, captain in Frank's regiment, petition for pay, 481.

Shaigneau, Lewis, merchant of Dublin, petition of, 123.

Shales, Mr., memorial of, 64; proposal by, re Lottery tickets, 64; to attend Mr. Lowndes, 64.

Shannon, Viscount. See Boyle, Richard.

Shardlowe, Henry, Sheriff of Norwich, surplusage on his account, 276.

Sharp, John, Archbishop of York, petition presented to the Queen by, 25, 189.

-, Richard, appointed weighing porter in London port, 113.

Shaw, Mr., royal bounty, Scotland, 322.

-, George, turnbroach to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

-, John, Clerk of the Woodyard, Royal Household, wages and board wages, 499.

-, John, officer for venison warrants, Royal Household, wages, 506.

-, John, wages and allowance for necessaries out of the Wardrobe, 507(2).

-, Sir John, grant of extra parochial tithes in Bedford Level to, 372; vexatious suits against the Earl of Torrington carried on by, 372.

Sheerness, co. Kent, dockyard, pay of, issue for, 407; H.M. ships paying off and laying up at, issues for, 202, 222, 230, 281.

Sheffield, John, Duke of Buckingham and Normandy, President of the Privy Council, allowance, 531.

-, Katherine, Duchess of Buckingham, royal bounty and pension for, 350, 417.

Sheldon, Robert, tenant of a burgage in North Street, Taunton. 305.

-, William, surety for B. Coddrington, petitioner, 156.

Shell, Thomas, letter signed by, re frauds in the coal trade, 238.

Shelley, Mathew, organ blower, Chapel Royal, 506.

Shepherd(Sheppard, Shepard, Shepheard), Ambrose, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

-, Henrietta Maria, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

-, James, child of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 501.

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

-, Sam, importer of French wines, petition signed by, 190.

-, Stephen, turnbroach to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

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

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

Sheppey, Isle of, co. Kent, farmers in, 197.

Sherbourne, Davenant, Yeoman Harbinger, Royal Household, allowance, wages and board wages, 499, 508.

Sheriffs and under sheriffs:

accounts of, debits and surplusages on, 34, 37, 42, 47, 57, 65, 69, 81, 190, 234, 243, 276, 308, 310(2).

Bermuda Islands, 88.

extraordinary charges of, 226, 423.

Scotland. See Scotland.

See also several counties.

Sherley, Washington, captain of Grenadiers, Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

Sherlock, Thomas, D.D., Master of the Temple, fee or salary, 525.

Sherman, John, et al., contractors for supplying bread to the garrison of Gibraltar, petition, 144, 199.

Sherrard, Brownlow, Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber, 504.

Sherridan, -, quartermaster in Wharton's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

Sherwood, Elizabeth, widow, petition for extension of lease in Shippon, 194; trustee for Mary Duffin, 194.

Sherwood Forest, park in, payment to the heirs of the Duke of Newcastle on his fee for making, 529, 533; timber from, for repair of Southwell Church, 189, 217; trees felled in, account of, required, 31, 217.

Shetland. See Orkney.

Shewen, William, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Shewing duty. See Seavage.

Shields, co. Northumberland, tidesmen at, 283(2).

Shillings, bags of, weight of, 14.

Shippen, John, merchant of London, assignee of Captain Walton, petition of, 85.

-, William, Commissioner for appropriating Public Supplies, 162; Commissioner for Public Accounts, 162, 260, 302; Commissioner for stating Army debts, 162, 260, 302.

Shippon, co. Berks., tenement and water corn mills in, lease of, 194.

Ships and Shipping:

Admeasurement of keels, Act for (30 Wm. II, c. 5), 254.

foreign, crews of, Englishmen to be included in, 374; unloading of, memorial re, 157.

letters for. See Post Office ship letters.

preparation of, for bringing home disbanded men, 30.

prize. See Prizes.

pursers of, brewer prosecuted for buying beer of, 324.

quarantine by:

Act of Parliament. Quarantine Act [9 Anne, c. 2], 186, 364.

breaking of, 128; forfeiture for, 186.

exemptions from, 381.

petition for pardon of a fault in, 458.

proclamations and Order in Council re, 329(2), 338, 364.

release from, petitions and Orders in Council, 76, 77, 89, 109, 110, 118, 125, 131, 142, 147, 150, 154, 171(2), 172, 186, 194, 200, 207, 221(2), 230, 231, 269, 277, 278, 294, 306, 307, 311, 312, 340, 343, 351, 354, 359, 362, 364, 371, 374, 381, 393, 396, 409, 416, 428, 433, 435, 440, 441, 442, 445, 447, 455, 456, 461, 465, 471, 474, 488.

strict observance of, order to Customs officers for, 335.

See also Ireland, Scotland.

Register General of Trading Ships (C. Godolphin), 478.

seized, 109, 140, 258, 336, 364, 374; warrant to discharge, 404.

sloops and smacks. See Customs.

timber for, felling of trees unfit for, 230; frauds in discharging, detection of, 111.

transport. See Transports.

unloading of, without airing cargo, 79, 80.

value of. See Prices.

wrecked, 77, 215.

And See French ships; Lobster vessels; Navyships; Packet Boats; Prussian ships; South Sea Company.

Ships named:

Adventure, H.M.S., 150.

Advice, H.M.S., 7.

Agnes, 351, 433.

Albion, frigate, 105.

Alexander, 374.

Allured, 374, 433.

America, 230.

Amity, 474.

Ann. (Anne), 110, 150, 230, 351, 362, 393, 416.

Ann (Anne), galley, 76, 171, 200, 409, 435, 442(2), 488.

Ann and Betty, 278.

Ann (Anne) and Elizabeth, 186(2), 230, 306, 340.

Ann and William, 230.

Anna, 230.

Anna Catherina, of Middleburg, 258.

Anne, of London, 312.

Anne and Francis, 374(2), 409, 455.

Anne and Grace, 104.

Anne and Rebecca, 105.

Arbuthnot, galley, 172.

Archangell Merchant, 381.

Arms of Amsterdam, 230, 278.

Arothafa Merchants, 351.

Asia, 104.

Association, 194, 351, 381.

Baltic Merchant, 374, 428.

Barcelona Merchant, 104.

Batchelor (Batchellor), 351, 433.

Bedford, H.M.S., 7, 109.

Beginning, 359.

Beginning, of Newcastle, 340.

Benjamin, 416, 465.

Benjamin and Jane, 351, 433.

Berwick, 93, 192.

Betty, 118, 207, 230(2), 471, 474.

Biddulph (Bidolph). 416, 441.

Bideford, H.M.S., 7

Blackstone, 105.

Blenheim, 374, 442.

Bon Accord (Bonnaccord), 362, 397, 399, 474.

Bridget, 455.

Britain, 465.

Britania, 416.

Catherine (Catharine), 230(2).

Cecilia, galley, 381.

Charity, 106, 207, 221.

Charles, 104.

Christian, 351, 381.

City of Bremen, 351.

Cobham Park, 433.

Concord, 105, 106, 446.

Constant John, 354.

Crown, 307, 340.

Crown, 307, 340.

Daily Hope, 433.

David, 306, 343.

Delicia, 378.

Delicia, hospital ship, 11, 116.

Delight, 230(2), 269, 277.

Diamond, French privateer, 237.

Diligence, 354, 374.

Dolmohay, 106.

Dolphin, 362, 381.

Dorothy, 230, 278, 442.

Dorrell, 106.

Duke of Cambridge, 230, 278.

Eagle, galley, 140.

Edward, 351, 381.

Edward and Sarah (Robert and Sarah), 171, 172, 186.

Effrontee, 346, 357.

Elianor (Eleanor), 194, 307, 312.

Elizabeth, 186, 194, 312, 374(3), 428, 442(2), 445.

Elizabeth, prize, 416, 445.

Elizabeth and Ann (Anne), 362, 364.

Elizabeth and Katherine, 374, 435.

Elizabeth and Mary, 105, 351, 393.

Emanuell, 409.

Endeavour, 230, 278, 351, 416, 441.

Escape, of Coke, 187.

Exchange, 89, 207, 230, 416, 455.

Expedition, 374, 456.

Experiment, 277.

Falkland, H.M.S., 7, 91.

Fancy, 230.

Feversham, H.M.S., 7.

Flower, 278.

Flowers of Scarbo[rough], 230.

Fortune, 118, 126, 362, 374(2), 416, 435, 440, 465.

Fox, 306.

Frank, galley, 126.

Friends' Adventure, 105, 351, 416, 455.

Friends' Delight, 230.

Friends' Goodwill, 105, 230, 278, 374, 416, 442, 474.

Friends' Increase, 76.

Friendship, 105, 416, 442.

Fubbs, yacht, 414.

George, 89, 105, 351, 374, 445.

George, galley, 216.

Gilly Flower, 433. Cp. July Flower.

Globe, 442.

Gloucester, H.M.S., 7.

Godfrey, 351, 393.

Goodspeed, 269, 278.

Gosport Merchant, 105.

Gothenburg Merchant, 231.

Grey, 104.

Greyhound, 351.

Greyhound, H.M.S., 7.

Greyhound, galley, 295, 299, 312.

Haggboat, 186.

Hambro' Merchant, 278.

Hampton Court, H.M.S., 7, 91.

Hannah, 416, 465.

Hannah, brigantine, 122.

Hanover Succession, 374(2), 428.

Happy Return, 230, 278, 307, 343.

Hastings, H.M.S., 79, 158.

Henrietta, yacht, 130.

Henry, 351, 381.

Hester, 277.

Hind, H.M.S., 7.

Hirondelle, 336, 357.

Hopeful Beginning, 474.

Hopewell, 186, 231, 351, 393.

Incomparable, prize, 93, 192.

Industry, 230, 278, 351, 416.

Iphigenia, 306, 311.

Isaac and Jonathan, 374, 442.

Isabella, 351, 433.

Jacob, 104.

James, 474.

James, of Dumfries, 80, 89, 442.

James and Sarah, 104.

Jean, 269, 307, 393.

Jean de Grace, 466.

John, 307, 371.

John, of Perth, 230, 311.

John and Henry, 374, 455.

John and James, 446.

John and Margaret, 194, 374, 416, 445.

John and Mary, 186, 223, 447, 455.

John and Samuel, 433.

John and Thomas, 186(2), 194, 374.

John and William, 374.

John Baptist, 109.

Jonathan, of Colchester, 461.

Joseph (Josep), 106, 362, 442.

Joseph and Thomas, 106.

Joshua (Josua), 351, 381.

Jude, 393.

Judith, 351, 416, 474.

July Flower, 109, Cp. Gilly Flower.

Katherine, 269, 277, 278, 416.

Kent, 362, 440.

Koningsberg, 374, 428.

La Mouche, 299, 351.

La Trompeuse, 299; and see Trompeuse.

Ladley Castle, 230.

Lamb, 340, 351, 364.

Lambert, 105.

Langley, 351, 393.

Larkbear, 406.

Laurence (Lawrence), 351, 381, 416.

Lioness, 131.

Lisbon, galley, 154.

Lisle, 416.

Little John, 474.

Loo (Looe), H.M.S., 32(2), 177, 215, 222, 225.

Love and Loyalty, 445.

Love's Increase, 374, 428.

Lowestoft, H.M.S., 136.

Loyalty, 416, 446.

Lucy, 106.

Lucy and Mary, 126.

Ludlow Castle, H.M.S., 335, 362.

Lumly Castle, 278.

Luzane, of Nantes, 138.

Lyle, of Leith, 465.

Maiden Ann, 186, 194, 351, 433.

Margaret, 374(2), 393, 445.

Marlborough (Marlbro'), 374(2), 409, 455, 465.

Martha, 118, 230, 306, 374, 435.

Martha Ann, 312.

Martha and Susannah, 200.

Martin, of Whitby, 340.

Mary, 76, 105, 230, 311, 351, 374, 393.

Mary galley, 488.

Mary, of Yarmouth, 393.

Mary and Ann (Anne), 306, 312, 428.

Mary and Ann, of Stockton, 458.

America, 230.

Amity, 474.

Ann. (Anne), 110, 150, 230, 351, 362, 393, 416.

Ann (Anne), galley, 76, 171, 200, 409, 435, 442(2), 488.

Ann and Betty, 278.

Ann (Anne) and Elizabeth, 186(2), 230, 306, 340.

Ann and William, 230.

Anna, 230.

Anna Catherina, of Middleburg, 258.

Anne, of London, 312.

Anne and Francis, 374(2), 409, 455.

Anne and Grace, 104.

Anne and Rebecca, 105.

Arbuthnot, galley, 172.

Archangell Merchant, 381.

Arms of Amsterdam, 230, 278.

Arothafa Merchants, 351.

Asia, 104.

Association, 194, 351, 381.

Baltic Merchant, 374, 428.

Barcelona Merchant, 104.

Batchelor (Batchellor), 351, 433.

Bedford, H.M.S., 7, 109.

Beginning, 359.

Beginning, of Newcastle, 340.

Benjamin, 416, 465.

Benjamin and Jane, 351, 433.

Berwick, 93, 192.

Betty, 118, 207, 230(2), 471, 474.

Biddulph (Bidolph). 416, 441.

Blackstone, 105.

Blackstone, 105.

Bon Accord (Bonnaccord), 362, 397, 399, 474.

Bridget, 455.

Britain, 416.

Catherine (Catharine), 230(2).

Charity, 106, 207, 221.

Charles, 104.

Christion, 351, 381.

City of Bremen, 351.

Cobham Park, 433.

Cobham Park, 433.

Constant John, 354.

Crown, 307, 340.

Crown, 307, 340.

Daily Hope, 433.

David, 306, 343.

Delicia, 378.

Delicia, hospital ship, 11, 116.

Delight, 230(2), 269, 277.

Diamond, French privateer, 237.

Diligence, 354, 374.

Dolmohay, 106.

Dolphin, 362, 381.

Dorothy, 230, 278, 442.

Dorrell, 106.

Duke of Cambridge, 230, 278.

Eagle, galley, 140.

Edward, 351, 381.

Edward and Sarah (Robert and Sarah), 171, 172, 186.

Effrontee, 346, 357.

Elianor (Elleanor), 194, 307, 312.

Elizabeth, 186, 194, 312, 374(2), 428, 442(2), 445.

Elizabeth, prize, 416, 445.

Elizabeth and Ann (Anne), 362, 364.

Elizabeth and Katherine, 374, 435.

Elizabeth and Mary, 105, 351, 393.

Emanuell, 409.

Endeavour, 230, 278, 351, 416, 441.

Escape, of Coke, 187.

Exchange, 89, 207, 230, 416, 455.

Expedition, 374, 456.

Experiment, 277.

Falkland, H.M.S., 7, 91.

Fancy, 230.

Feversham, H.M.S., 7.

Flower, 278.

Flowers of Scarbo[rough], 230.

Fortune, 118, 126, 362, 374(2), 416, 435, 440, 465.

Fox, 306.

Frank, galley, 126.

Friends' Adventure, 105, 351, 416, 455.

Friends' Delight, 230.

Friends' Goodwill, 105, 230, 278, 374, 416, 442, 474.

Friends' Increase, 76.

Friendship, 105, 416, 442.

Fubbs, yacht, 414.

Mary and Elizabeth, 351(2), 381, 393.

Mary and Sarah, 371.

Mary Flower, 126.

Mathew, 374, 456.

MayFlower, 106.

Mead, frigate, 105.

Merchants' Adventure, 351, 381.

Merchants' Goodwill, 230, 269, 277.

Mons, 125.

Mountjoy, of Londonderry, 527.

Nathaniel, 307, 364, 374(3), 409, 455.

Neptune, 351, 374, 393, 409, 442.

New Providence, 374, 416, 455.

Newcastle, 466.

Nonsuch, H.M.S., 7, 109.

Oratava (Oratavy) Merchant, 374, 393.

Oriana, 105.

Orkney, H.M.S., 372.

Owners' Goodwill, 118, 230, 306, 311, 374(2), 433, 446.

Paul, 419.

Peace, 340, 364.

Pelican, 76.

Peter, of Calais, 307.

Plymouth, H.M.S., 93, 192, 413.

Primrose, 416, 441.

Prince, 186, 194, 230, 354.

Prince Casemir (Casimir), 230, 278.

Prince George, 230, 278.

Prince of Orange, 105.

Prosperity, 207, 230.

Prosperous (Prosperouse), 374, 446.

Prosperous Ann, 307, 371.

Providence, 104, 109, 125, 200, 207, 230, 306, 311, 340, 374, 416, 419, 433(2), 435.

Reall, galley, 371.

Rebecca Anne and Blessing, 194.

Reserve, H.M.S., 217.

Resolution, 105.

Restauration, 354.

Richard and Margaret, 351.

Richard and Mary, 230, 278, 374, 435.

Riga Merchant, 230, 442.

Robert, 194, 340.

Robert and Prince, 186.

Robert and Sarah. See Edward and Sarah.

Robertson, 230.

Romney, H.M.S., 237.

Rose, 374, 416, 428, 465.

Rose, H.M.S., 7.

Roterdam, 307, 371.

Royal Ann, galley, 223.

Ruby, 104.

Ruth, 104.

Rye, H.M.S., 7.

St. George, 104.

St. John Baptist, 346, 357.

St. Lawrence, 445.

St. Lewis, 397.

St. Lewis, of Calais, 359, 404.

St. Martin, 306.

St. Michael, prize, 93, 192.

St. Nicholas, 104.

St. Peter, of Calais, 351.

Samuel, 194(2), 474.

Samuel and Elizabeth, 374.

Samuel and Henry, 104.

Sarah and Hannah, 416, 445.

Sarah and Mary, 307.

Sea Flower, 351, 433.

Sea Horse, H.M.S., 7.

Sea Right, 381.

Sheringham, 230, 278.

Skelton Castle, 306, 312.

Smirna Merchant, 77.

Sole Bay, H.M.S., 7.

Somerset, H.M.S., 448.

Speedwell, 105, 351, 374, 393, 433.

Stephen, 109.

Success, 186, 231(2).

Sunderland, H.M.S., 7, 91.

Susanna, 106.

Susation, 351.

Swan, galley, 171, 230, 278.

Tabitha and Priscilla, 351, 359.

Thistle, 269, 278.

Thomas and Bartholomew, 442.

Thomas and Elizabeth, 221, 230, 374, 435.

Thomas and Jane, 306, 312.

Thomas and Robert, 419, 441.

Thorowgood, 125.

Three Friends, 393, 404.

Three Friends, of Calais, 428, 445.

Three Pilgrims, 106.

Thurston, 106.

Triumph, galley, 374, 416, 445.

Trompeuse, 351.

True Love, 351, 359.

Two Brethren, 230.

Two Brothers, 278, 374, 416, 456, 474.

Two Sheriffs (Sherriffes), 105, 351, 393.

Two Twins, 442.

Tygar (Tyger), 230, 381.

Union, 186, 278, 306, 307, 340, 362, 416(2).

Unity, 76, 306, 307, 312, 364, 442.

Viana, 207, 230.

Victory, 70.

Vine, 307, 364.

Virgin, 106.

Warspight, 104.

Wheat Sheaf, 456.

White Elephant, 309, 364.

White Faulcon, 371.

William (Wiliam), 105, 186, 374, 409, 419, 445, 455.

William, of Greenock, 442.

William and Ann, 230, 278, 442, 456.

William and Elizabeth, 221, 435.

William and John, 416.

William and Margaret, 351, 393.

William and Martha, 221, 230, 354.

William and Mary, 351, 393, 396.

William and Robert, 269, 312, 374, 440.

William and Sarah, 186, 230.

Willing Mind, 105, 340, 343.

Winnegunda. See Wonagunda.

Wolf (Wolfe), 351, 393.

Wonagunda (Winnegunda), 340, 364.

Worcester, 219.

Yarmouth, 351, 381.

Young Dick, 128, 142.

Young St. Quintin, 307, 364.

Shipton, Alice, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Shoes, for expeditions, cost of, 104.

Sholebrook Lawn in Whittlewood Forest, q.v.

Shoobridge, Alexander, Collector of Newhaven, death of, 423, 428.

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

-, John, lutenist to the Chapel Royal, 505.

-, John, Serjeant Trumpeter, [Royal Household], 516.

-, John, musician, Royal Household, 536.

Shoreditch, Richard:

Commissioner for Taxes, 163, 174, 260, 368, 442, 443, 479, 524.

Commissioner for Leather duties, 440, 442; commission, 425.

Commissioner for duties on Houses, 182, 442, 443.

[Commissioner to examine Colonel J. Rice's Army debentures], 87.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, Customs sloop at, establishment, 489; French ship seized at, 404.

Shorey, John, and others, proprietors of copper and brass works called Temple Mills near Great Marlow, petition concerning copper farthings, 118.

Short, John, Accomptant General of Customs and General Inspector and Adjuster of Damages on wine and tobacco in North Britain, petitioner, 419, 420.

Shorting, Thomas, Collector of Cley, 449.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, cast away [drowned], 237; marine regiment of, 177, 220; order by, 104.

-, Lady, memorial of, 177, 220.

Shrewsbury, Duchess of. See Talbot, Adelhida.

-, Duke of. See Talbot, Charles.

Shrob Office, Walk called, in Whittlewood Forest, q.v.

Shropshire (Salop):

Land Tax (Taxes), Acting Assessment Commissioners of, letters to, 142, 461; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, 461; Receiver General of. See Hosier, George; Knight, Richard.

sheriff of, 473; and see Creswell, Richard.

Shuteand Freacher, Messrs., merchants, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Sibourg (Sybourg), [Charles], brigadier and major general, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247; regiment of, on the Irish Establishment, establishment, 266; sick and wounded in hospital at Port Mahon, charges for, 289.

Sicily:

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Mordaunt, C., Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth.

corn and cattle in, plentiful and cheap, 144.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Hill, Richard.

King of, troops of, French officers in the service of, 442.

Sick and Wounded (Hurt) Seamen:

at Barbados, bills of exchange for, 113, 258.

at Jamaica, Agent for (H. Gaine), bills of exchange drawn by, 207; petition of, 379, 388, 408.

at Kinsale, Agent or undertaker for (G. Pepper), bills of exchange drawn by, 191; petition for payment of, 110.

at Lisbon, 229.

at Port Mahon, bills of exchange for, 175; and see Port MahonHospital. Cashier and Secretary (F. Lynn):

Commission to F. Lynn from the Admiralty, 146.

issues and payments to, 175, 207, 212, 237, 240, 258, 323, 368.

security given by, 146.

South Sea Stock assigned or transferred to, 191, 228, 237; dividends on, 349.

Commissioners for, Commissioners for stating and adjusting the accounts of (Dr. R. Adams, Dr. P. Herbert), 138.

attending the Treasury, 1, 24.

bills of exchange drawn on, 110, 379.

Cashier to. See above Cashier.

claims on, 24.

commission from the Admiralty, 146.

letter from, 145.

letters to and matters referred to, 82, 110, 111, 130, 133, 175, 202, 379, 408.

memorial for refund of taxes on their salaries, 131.

reports by, 388, 408.

hospitals for, undertakers for, petition for arrears, 111.

imprests for, method of granting, account of, required, 175; standing out and uncleared, account of, required, 175.

issue for, 32.

Office of (in London):

allowances made in, 82, 289.

and its branches, issue for, 237.

charges and expenses of, reduction of, 11, 118, 146.

debts of, interest on, computed according to Act [9 Anne, c. 15, clause 32], 318, 323; issue for, 137, 138.

letter dated at, 146.

salaries of, petition for refund of taxes on, 131.

Paymaster. See below Treasurer.

Secretary. See above Cashier.

subsistence, 175, 191, 207, 229.

Treasurer [and Paymaster] (F. Lynn; T. Savery):

account of money and effects in his hands, required, 24.

attending the Treasury, 24.

dismissal of T. Savery, 146.

issue to, to answer bills from Boston, Barbados New York and Antigua, 91, 94.

payments by, 24.

South Sea Stock transferred to and by, 24, 137, 138, 318; dividends on, 149(2), 150, 349.

Sidney, John, Earl of Leicester, race horse bought from, 468; steward of, payment to, 468.

Signet, Clerk of, warrants to, 79, 87, 88, 129(2), 164, 166, 169, 172, 216, 217, 273, 274, 275, 323, 325, 341, 352, 360, 366, 382, 392, 417, 434, 447, 453; Clerks of (W. Cooke, J. Gauntlet, J. Moyle, Sir W. Trumbull), board wages, 504.

Signet, writer to. See Scotland.

Signet Office, fees of, 200.

Signets. See Seals.

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

-, and see Sykes.

Silian, co. Cardigan, Court of, Steward and Keeper of, grant of office, 455.

Silks:

duties on. See Customs duties.

in. Scotland. See Scotland.

Italian (thrown), importation of, 371; as by Act 1 Anne, c. 27, 131; used by weavers to make Lustrings and Alamodes, 131.

seizure of, 131, 436.

Sillitoe, Arthur, footman of the Royal Stables, 512.

Silva, Don Francho Nicholas de, Bankers' annuities assigned to, 460.

-, Donna Juana, relict of Don Francho, Bankers' annuities assigned to, 460.

Silver, Nicholas, quartermaster of Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Silver, from Portugal, carried by packet boats, 139; importers of, 101; seizure of, 456; wrecked, grant of, 326.

Silver coins (money). See Mint money.

Silver galon, 71.

Silver plate, belonging to George, Prince of Denmark, value of, 79.

Silver seals, for the Post Office, 453.

Silver stuff, seizure of, 146.

Silver tankards, stolen, 87.

Silver thread. See Wire.

Silver watches. See Watches.

Silver wire. See Wire.

Silver wire drawers. See Gold and Silver Wire Drawers.

Silvius, Dame Ann, royal bounty for, 34, 222.

Simcock (Simcocke), Robert, Serjeant Farrier to the Royal Stables, 511, 512.

Simcoks, Robert, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Simons (Symons, Simonds, Simmonds), Gill, captain in Windresse's regiment, half pay for, 478.

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

-, Michaell, tidesman and boatman at Dover, superannuated, 449.

-, Phillip, scourer to the Kitchen, Royal Household, 502.

-, Th., master of the Blenheim, 442.

Simpson (Simson, Sympson), -, ensign in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Anna, royal bounty, Scotland, for, 322.

-, Joseph, prisoner in Newgate, wrongly accused and fined, remission of fine, 87.

-, Lewis, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 449.

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

-, Mathew, extraordinary boatman at Newcastle port, appointed established boatman, 113.

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

-, Thomas, master of the Lumly Castle, 278.

-, Sir William, Baron of the Exchequer, payment to, for arrears of vestures, 534.

Sinclair, Robert, Receiver General and Cashier of Excise in Scotland, dismissed for debt, 269.

Sinclair or Sinclear, Mrs., alias Eupham Reid, royal bounty for, 198.

Singleton, John, master of the Exchange 89.

Sisson, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 271.

Sixpences, bags of, weight of, 14.

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

Skerries, The, lighthouse on, proposed erection of, 143.

Skinner. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Great Wardrobe).

Skinner, Mrs. Frances, widow of William, lease of burgages, lands, tenements, etc., in Somerset (Taunton and Milverton), 30, 132, 265, 304.

-, John, appointed landwaiter, London port, 449.

-, William, nephew to T. Prowse, 132.

Skins, duties on. See Leather; stamps on, alteration of, proclamation for, 122.

-, See French skins; Kid skins.

Skipton, Edward, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

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

Skull, Henry, Footman to the Royal Stables, 512.

Slane, Lord. See Fleming, Christopher.

Slatter, William, Groom of the Almonry, Royal Household, 500.

Slaughter, -, nominated tidesman at Bristol, 265.

-, William, Marshal of prisoners of war at Plymouth, petitioner, 133.

Slaves, British, on Venetian galleys, release of, 359, 361, 363.

Sleyman, Edward, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Slings by, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Sarah, Maid of Honour, 72, 179, 302, 486(2).

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

Sloops. See Customs.

Sloper (Slooper), William [Army Pay Office]:

acting for Mr. Brydges, 418.

attending the Attorney General, 35.

attending the Treasury (Lord Treasurer), 5, 7, 8, 20, 32, 33, 39, 45, 50, 52, 65(2), 99. debentures for Army arrears in the late war made out by, 131.

letters to and matters referred to, 62, 63, 67, 99, 131, 177, 400(2), 404, 406, 445, 456, 457, 475, 489.

loans by, on the sale of tin, issues out of, 30, 31, 216.

memorials, 39, 65.

payments to, 216; in South Sea Stock, 249; out of Army clearings, 98.

report by, 404.

Smacks. See Customssloops.

Smallman, John, Collector of Faversham, 331.

Smallwell, -, master of the Robert, 340.

Smallwood, John, petition for leave to apply to Parliament to compound a Customs debt, 363; petition for release of ships from quarantine, 471.

Smalts, importation of, 409, 435.

Smedley, James, coachman to the Royal Stables, 512.

Smethin, Samuel, Queen's Goldsmith, issues and payments to, 12, 15, 16, 25, 26, 28, 33, 34, 45(2), 47, 49, 50, 55, 61, 81, 275, 301.

Smith (Smyth), Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

-, Boyle, petition for leave to open drains in St. James's Park, 112, 113.

-,Castleman, stablekeeper at Kensington, 512.

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

-, Charles, appointed copying clerk of the Entries Inwards, London port, 388.

-,Cornelius, commander of a Customs sloop at Dover, 488.

-, Edward, his proposal for preventing smuggling, 198.

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

-, Elizabeth, relict of William, Customs Collector of Chester and Liverpool, bonds to be delivered up to, 254; petition of, mentioned, 135.

-, Francis, Bankers' annuities assigned to, 460; executors of. See Heather, Daniel and Mary.

-, George, Procurator General in the Court of Admiralty and Courts Ecclesiastical, warrant to, 89.

-, Henry, Master Cook, Royal Household, 502.

-, Henry, Treasurer for building 50 new Churches in London and Westminster, 250, 303, 414.

-, James, Child of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, James, Overseer and Surveyor of Works in Scotland, estimate by, 368; petition of, 228; report in favour of, 27.

-,Jo., master of the Endeavour, 278.

-, John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 166; arrears of vestures owing to, 534; secretary to, accounts in the custody of, 438.

-, John, administrator of the personal estate of George, Prince of Denmark, 79, 147.

-, John, Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, 130, 309, 344, 377.

-, John, Page of the Backstairs, 536.

-, John, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer [Scotland], attending the Treasury, 26, 27.

-, John, a Page of the Bedchamber, 504.

-, John, master of the Jacob, 104.

-, John, apprehended for highway robbery, 69.

-, Joseph, appointed tidesman at Penzance, 449; nominated tidesman at Weymouth, 265.

-,Marcus, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Mark, boatman at Whitstable, 331.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 509, 510.

-, Mary Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, Mathew, boatman at Whitby port, surrendered, 449.

-, Michael, quartermaster in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Nathaniel, master of the Viana, 230.

-, Thomas, housekeeper of the House of Commons, 358, 454, 528.

-, Thomas, pensioner of the Yeomen of the Guard, 349.

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

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

-, [Thomas], one of the Queen's messengers, Customs examination of his goods from Paris, 216.

-, William, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 115, 333, 353, 436, 515.

-, William, Collector of Customs of Chester and Liverpool, bonds of, warrant to deliver up, 254.

-, William, major in Morris's regiment of dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, William, Groom of the Royal Stables, 512.

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

Smithsby, Rabsey, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Smuggling (clandestine trade, running of goods):

at Eastbourne, 337.

at Whitesand Bay, 404, 408.

between Gibraltar and Barbary, 223.

by French ships by force of arms, 461.

fine for, 278.

from Holland, anonymous informations re, 160.

in Cornwall, 250.

in Kent, 130.

in New Forest, 346.

informations re, 160, 259.

masters and seamen of packet boats to give bonds not to assist, 414, 454.

of East India goods, 335.

of French goods, 364.

of wine, 79.

of wool, 474; and see Wool.

preventing of:

Customs boats for, 488.

Customs officers insulted and fired on by Frenchmen in, 458, 459.

officers for, application for appointment, 404, 408.

proposal for, 198.

proposal for discovery of, 157, 367.

Smyrna, handkerchiefs from, seizure of, 379; merchant of, 93.

Snape, Francis, Marshal Farrier to the Royal Stables, 511, 513.

Snawden, William, appointed boatman in Whitby port, 449.

Snead, Ralph, surety of T. Spendelow, petitioner, 243.

Snell, John, royal bounty for, 54, 395.

Snowdon, Forest of, Chief Ranger or Warden of, office of, petition and grant, 295, 326, 327.

Soap, Excise duty on, paid into the Exchequer, charges for, 465; Lotteries on. See Lotteries, 1712, Adventure of 1,800,000l. and 1714, the intended Lottery.

-, -, Scotland. See Scotland.

Soar, John, master of the Neptune, 442.

Socage, 214.

Sokes. See Hundreds.

Sole Bay, Customs officers at, ships seized by, 218.

Solesby, William, master of the Restauration, 354.

Soley, William, schedules of records of the jointure revenue of Catherine of Braganoa to be made by, 482.

Solicitor General (Sir Robert Raymond) See also Law Officers.

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

Clerk to (Joshua Williams), his allowance for attending Trade and Plantation business, 549.

counsel for the Million Bank, 9.

payments to, 62, 553.

report by, 394.

salary, 395.

Solicitors:

Customs.

Edinburgh.

Exchequer Court.

Excise.

Post Office.

ScotlandCustoms.

Stamp Duties.

Taxes.

Tobacco Pipes.

Treasury.

Sollicoffre, Tobias, Sons and Company, at Marseilles, proposed as agents for correspondence to Port Mahon, 205.

Somerset, Crown Lands in, grant of, 132; Receiver General of Taxes (Land Tax). See Dixon, George; Hutchins, Bernard.

Somerset, Duchess of. See Seymour, Elizabeth.

-,Duke of. See Seymour, Charles.

Somerset, Henry, Duke of Beaufort, Housekeeper at St. James's, 504; Warden of the New Forest, 341, 390.

Somerset Herald (Samuel Stebbing), 226, 531.

Somerset House. See London and Westminsterstreets and places.

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

Sotherton, John, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

Soull, Marmaduke, payment to, out of Army clearings, 98.

Soulx, 444.

South Botturnell. See Botturnell.

South Foreland, co. Kent, 488.

South Sea Company:

Accountant of (John Grigsby), certificates by, 149, 349, 454.

Act 9 Anne, c. 15, for erecting, 47 note; charges of J. Blunt re, 350.

Assiento [contract] assigned to, 376.

bill and decree in the Exchequer against, 47 note, 48 note.

Cashier (Robert Knight), 361; payments to, 72, 85, 193, 224, 271, 272, 310, 375, 386.

Deputy Governor (Sir Ambrose Crowley), memorial of, 291; nomination by, 361.

Directors of (Court of Directors):

appointed from persons subscribing 3,000l. and upwards, 159.

attending the Treasury, 12.

authority to (royal commission) to take subscriptions (as by Act of 9 Anne, c. 15), 95, 330; defects in, 291; renewal of, 48 note, 95, 473.

duplicates of interest to be returned by, 330.

matter referred to, 425.

memorial from, 291.

report from, mentioned, 471.

shareholders in, owners of Navy, Victualling, Transport and Ordnance debentures admitted as, 47 note.

ships of, two, French linens and Flanders laces (named) to be included in cargoes of, value of, 425.

Stock, in the hands of Paymasters and Treasurers subscribed for the use of the public:

account of, required, 16.

debt of Sir Samuel Garret paid out of, 7.

dividends and interest on:

account of, required, 16, 144.

certificates of, 149, 349, 454; required, 340.

not to be disposed of without particular direction, 150.

Stock, in the hands of Paymasters and Treasurers subscribed for the use of the public: cont.

payments out of, 2, 6, 65, 83, 148, 149, 152, 173, 183, 296, 300, 304, 356, 360, 373.

warrant for paying, 349.

great seal re, 153.

issues and payments out of (by assignment, deposit, mortage, transfer, etc.), 1, 3, 20, 21, 24, 32, 36, 39, 46, 52, 65, 67, 74, 76, 79, 97, 109, 125, 136, 137, 138, 141, 145, 154, 163, 168, 175, 176, 185, 191, 193, 207, 212, 229, 237, 240, 246, 247, 248, 249, 256, 297, 318, 352, 353, 368, 379, 429, 430, 454, 479, 483, 489; charges on, issue to defray, 336; complaint by persons who cannot obtain, 202.

loans on security of, 5, 6, 7, 10, 73, 75, 78, 83(2), 92, 303, 346, 470, 480, 489.

interest on, 10, 303, 470; account of, 297.

payments out of, 6, 7, 11(2), 12, 46, 51, 59, 115, 116, 120, 126, 136, 146, 160, 323, 325, 335, 336, 345, 355, 367, 376, 386, 407, 408, 471, 472, 480; not to be applied to any uses but such as the Lord Treasurer shall direct, 110.

redemption of, issues for, 213, 223, 480.

trustees for, 7, 10, 345.

remittances on security of, 1, 3, 4, 12, 21, 32, 33, 65, 125, 224, 234, 235, 475; redemption of, issues for, 33, 212, 224.

Sub-Governor (Sir James Bateman), 361, letters to, 351, 376, 425.

subscriptions to:

commissioners for taking in (C. Blunt, J. Blunt, G. Caswell, T. Jett):

accounts of, charges for passing, 159.

expenses of, petition for and payment of, 145, 158, 159.

letter to, 406.

services of, account of, 159.

commissions for, 95, 96, 116, 330, 406, 415; additional, 326 note, 335, warrant for, required, 46; defects in, memorial re, 291; fees for passing, 133, 282, 381.

debentures (Irish, Navy and Transport), 330, 389, 415, 438.

of sufferers by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, as to admission of (by Acts 9 Anne, c. 16, cl. 88, and 10 Anne, c. 41), 399, 400, 401, 408, 414, 461, 473.

first, second and third, duplicates of interest on, 330.

Receiver of, nomination and appointment of Robert Knight, 361.

under Governor, memorial from, 291.

warrants to, 125, 136, 137, 138, 141, 145, 148, 154, 157, 163(2), 175, 176, 185, 190, 207, 229, 237, 318, 347, 349, 352, 368, 369, 430, 459, 479, 483.

Southampton, co. Hants., 138; Marshal of (Mr. Clutterbuck), 24.

Southampton, county of. See Hampshire.

Southbere (South Beir) Forest, trespassers in, prosecution of, 224; Warden of ([Richard] Norton), 224.

Southby, John, captain in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Southwark, co. Surrey, St. Leidgers Wharf, 284; Surveyor of duties on Houses in. See Veck, John.

Southwell, co. Nottingham, Collegiate Church of, Canon Residentiary and Prebendaries of, petition of, 189; repair of, 25, 189, 217; Schoolmaster of, perpetuity of, 530.

Southwell, Mr. (Irish affairs), attending the Treasury and Lord Treasurer 38, 135; copy of the Irish Establishment required from, 51; letter to and matter referred to, 3, 206; report submitted by, 179.

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

-, Edward, list of half pay officers on the Irish Establishment certified by, 210.

-, Edward, Clerk of the Privy Council, letter to, 79; payment to, for business relating to the commission of Trade, 234; salary, 534.

-, Sir Thomas, Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 166.

-, [William], colonel, regiment of foot, lieutenant colonel of (D. MacNeal), 481.

Sowter, Mr., of Ash burton, letter from, desiring his son may be postmaster of Ashburton, 432.

Spain:

Almirante, treaty made by, 23.

Ambassadors from and to. See Ambassadors.

army in. See ArmySpain.

brandy from, 443.

Commissioners for inspecting Public Affairs relating to the war in. See ArmySpain.

correspondence with, accounts of the produce of, 203, 204; packet boats for, 139; payment by treaty with Postmaster General of France for conveyance of, 204.

Emperor of Germany in, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Campbell, John, Duke of Argyll.

expeditions to. See Expeditions.

expresses to, 420.

half Customs of, repayment of loan out of, 23.

kid skins from, seizure of, 200.

King (Kings) of, 23, 100, 251.

Ambassadors, etc., from and to. See Ambassadors.

Ecclesiastical impositions in Minorca allowed to, by the Popes, 144.

money advanced to, by the Assiento Contract, 376.

revenue out of cattle and corn in Minorca paid to, 144.

And see Charles, [III], Philip [V].

packet boats to. See Spain correspondence with.

prisoners of war in. See Prisoners of War.

treaty with, signing of, 251.

Spanish:

money, pieces of King Charles and King Philip assayed at Goldsmiths Hall, weight and value of, 5; and see Doubloon.

Netherlands, Postmaster General of, payment by treaty to, 204.

regiments of foot, officers of, prisoners of war, petition, 471; and see Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de, Earl of Galway.

wine. See Wine.

Sparke, Richard, petition for place of waiter and searcher at Milton port, 214.

Sparry, John, Receiver General of Land Tax for Worcestershire, 232.

Speak. See Speke.

Spedding, Thomas, groom of the Queen's Stud, 468.

Speke (Speak), Hugh, payments to (royal bounty), 31, 33, 65, 219, 350, 401, 479.

Spence (Spens), William, petition for discharge from his father's debt, 228.

-, William, father of William, Receiver General of Bullion in Scotland, 228.

Spencer, Henry, captain of Grenadiers in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, John, Groom of the Woodyard, Royal Household, 499.

-, William, master of the Stephen, 109.

Spendelow, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Stafford, extraordinary charges of, petition by his sureties for, 243.

Spens. See Spence.

Spicer, John, adjutant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Sam, master of the Emanuell, 409.

-, William, Groom of the Scalding House, Royal Household, 498.

Spicery. See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Spiesmaker, Luder, Yeoman of the Accounting House, Royal Household, allowances, wages and board wages, 495, 507(2).

Spink, Matthew, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Spoore, William, appointed tidesman in Newcastle port, 335.

Spotswood, [Alexander], colonel, Governor of Virginia, remittance of quit rents by, 376.

-, William, weighing porter at Newcastle, deceased, 449.

Sprigg, Thomas, junior, appointed waiter and searcher at Tonkuit Cove, 293.

Sproston, John, nominated tidesman at Cowes, 265.

Spruce yarn, airing of, against infection, 364.

Spry, George, Customs appointment for, 345; Surveyor of Stockton, appointment and presentment, 423, 436.

Stablekeepers. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Stables, built on transports, 104. See also Royal Mews and Stables.

Stables (Stable, Staples), Edward, Clerk Assistant to the House of Commons, 358, 454(2), 527(2).

-, Leonard, Surveyor, waiter and searcher at Selby, 114; superannuated, 114.

Stacey, Richard, Master Bricklayer of the Works, 526, 535; Master Joiner and Purveyor of the Works, 538.

Staffordshire:

Land Tax (Taxes), Acting Commissioners, letters to, 252, 461; arrears of, collection of, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Burslem, Thomas; Spendelow, Thomas.

Sheriff of, issue to, for surplusage on his accounts, 42.

Stage coaches, letter carrying by drivers of, prevention of, 453.

Staines Bridge, co. Middlesex, memorial re, 54; repair of, 396; toll collectors for, petition by, 396.

Stainford. See Stamford.

Stair, Earl of. See Dalrymple, John.

Stamford (Stainford), co. Lincoln, Receiver General of House Duties (J. Harneis), 343.

Stamford, Earl of. See Grey, Thomas.

Stamp Duties (stamped paper, parchment and vellum as by 56 Wm. and Mary, c. 21; 89 Wm. III, c. 20; 910 Wm. III, c. 25 and c. 44; continued by 1 Anne, c. 7; new duties as by 9 Anne, c. 16; 10 Anne, c. 18 and c. 19):

Cards and Dice (as by 9 Anne, c. 16). See Cards.

Chief Engraver of stamps. See Roose, John.

Clerks and Apprentices (as by 8 Anne, c. 5). See Apprentices.

Commissioners of:

(R. Dyott, E. Lloyd, R.

Martin, R. Pooley, R. Steele), 236.

(Sir B. Gardiner, R. Martin, T. Palmer, R. Pooley, R. Steele), new commission, 236.

attending the Lord Treasurer, 19, 148.

contracts made by, complaint re, 19. 148.

death of E. Lloyd, 70.

letters to and matters referred to, 85, 116, 148, 158, 166, 168, 183, 188, 191, 225, 241, 244, 255, 259, 261, 277, 289, 336, 423.

memorial, 457.

presentment and reports by, 19, 330, 462.

salary, 236.

warrants to, 330, 430, 457, 462.

And see Dyot, Richard.

Comptroller of, attending the Treasury, 19; clerk under (T. Johnson), 183.

counterfeiting of stamps, 225; dies for, 225; discoverer of, reward for, 183, 259, 330.

And see Dyot, Richard. debts and arrears for, account of, required, 166; prosecutions for, 336.

distributors of stamped paper, etc., appointments, 85, 430.

Insurance policies (as by 10 Anne, c. 19). See Insurance.

Leather (hides and skins), See Leather.

Lotteries on. See Lotteries, 1711, First Classis Lottery and 1712, Second Classis Lottery.

Office:

contracts for supplying paper and parchment for, 19, 22, 166.

employment in, recommendations, memorials etc., for, 191, 261, 423.

incidents bill, 167.

salary bills, 70, 167, 277, 484.

vacancies in, account of, required, 289.

payment to the East India Company out of, 375.

price of stamped paper and parchment, presentment for settling, 19.

salaries of officers of, repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 457.

Solicitor ([J.] Montagu), 22, 166; prosecutions by, 166.

Stampers, appointments, 168, 188, 244; petitions, recommendations, etc., 241, 255, 289, 481.

And see Browne, William.

Supervisor of, officers dismissed by, 421.

Stanborough, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Land Tax for (Thomas Michel), 233.

Standish, Charles, lieutenant in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Stanhope (Stanhop), James:

agreement with [for loan to Spain], 23.

Ambassador (Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary) to Spain, 62, 450, 523, 551.

general in Spain, 62.

his regiment of dragoons, disbanded, 402; officers of, half pay, commencing date for, 402, 403, prisoners in Spain, 402, recruiting, 403.

taken prisoner at Brihuega, 62, 450, 523.

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

Stanihurst, Henrietta Maria, petition for subsistence, 462.

Stanley, Francis, payment to, for inspecting Post Office stages on the Bristol Road, 453.

-, James, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

-, Sir John, Commissioner of Customs, letters to, 241, 269; payments to, 348, 517; Secretary to the Royal Household, 517.

-, Richard, Chairman to the Royal Stables, 512.

Stanwix, Thomas, Brigadier General:

complaint against, 123, 411.

Governor of Gibraltar, petitioner, 466, 471.

regiment of:

agent of, complaint against, 123, 411.

disbanded, 403.

officers of, half pay, commencing date, 403; petitioners, 123, 400, 410, 411, 432; prisoners of war, 403; recruiting, 403.

Stanyan, Abraham, Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons (at Berne) and Plenipotentiary (at Milan) for arbitrating with Plenipotentiaries of the States General differences between Austria and Savoy, 450, 520; payments to, 551(2).

Staples, Edward. See Stables.

Starch, duties on (as by 10 Anne, c. 19) Commissioners for. See Lotteries1712, Second Classis Lotteries.

-, -, Scotland. See Scotland.

Starcher. See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Starcross, co. Devon, tidesmen and boatmen at, 77, 311.

Staremberg, Marshal, horses captured by, 8, 98.

State letters, embellisher of. See Brand, Thomas.

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

State Trumpets, Ireland, 92, 292.

States General. See United Provinces.

Statham, George, Supervisor of Excise, recommended to be Collector of Excise at York, 466, 469.

Stationery for Ambassadors. See Ambassadorsextraordinary allowances.

Staunton, -, lieutenant colonel in O'Carroll's regiment, petition of, 141.

Stavely, Babington, Queen's waiter, London port, deceased, 244.

Stawell, Edward, Register and Comptroller of the 1,800,000l. Lottery (Lotteries 1, 2 and 3) anno 1712 (as by 10 Anne, c. 18):

appointment, 231.

house for, Lord Mansell's, 241.

sureties, 240, 243.

warrant to, 276.

Stayers, Thomas, Chamber Keeper to the [Queen's] Chaplains, 505.

Stearn, John, Dean of St. Patricks, grant of ground in Phnix Park to, 214; memorial, 215: trustee of Dr. Richard Stevens, 215.

Stebbing, Samuel, Somerset Herald, 226, 531.

Steed, Benjamin, landwaiter at Minehead, presentation and appointment, 269, 283.

Steele, Richard and Sir Richard:

Commissioner for Stamp Duties, new commission, 236.

Gentleman Waiter to George, Prince of Denmark, 330.

pension of 100l. per annum, payment of arrears, 541; surrender of, 326 note, 330.

Steinghens (Steingens), Mons., Resident (Minister) from the Elector Palatine, 414, 437; attending the Treasury, 61; subsidy payments to, 115, 431.

Stent, Jos., loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

Stephens (Steven, Stevens, Stephen), Elizabeth, servant of the Confectionary, Royal Household, allowance for necessaries, 508; wages and board wages, 496.

-, Giles, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Henry, Deputy Queen's Remembrancer, 122, 158, 235, 246, 322, 549.

-, James, Deputy Usher of the Exchequer, Scotland, pension of, 181.

-, Jane, allowance for necessaries out of the Wardrobe, 507.

-, Richard, Dr. in Physic, estate of, left for building a Hospital in Dublin, 215; sister of, willing to build Hospital during her lifetime, 215.

-, Robert, Messenger to the Press, 61, 406, 550.

Stephenson, Robert, cornet in Pepper's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

-, William, captain, petition for confirmation of lease of lands in the French part of St. Christophers, 358.

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

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

-, See also Stirling.

Sternfeild, George, quartermaster in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stewart (Steuart, Stuart), Charles, captain of Grenadiers in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 198.

-, George, [army clothier], payment to, 98.

-, Jean, widow, royal bounty to carry her to Ireland, 90.

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

-, Katherine, pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 198.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 198.

-, Mary, relict of Ensign Rosse, royal bounty for, 382.

-, Sir Simeon, destruction of Crown timber in Binswood by, 199, 229, 255; memorial of, re his title to Binswood, 269.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, William, lieutenant general, regiment of, officers of, pay and half pay on the Irish Establishment, 279, 280, 478.

-, William, Viscount Mountjoy, regiment of, officers of, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 478; petition for payment of money due for mule purchase, 458.

-, Sir William, sheriff of London and Middlesex, payment to, for surplusage on his account, 310.

Stewart of Inchbreck, William, petition for and grant of Non-Entry Duties, etc., of the Barony of Mondyns, 225, 395; wife of, and her three sisters, daughters of David Guthrie, 395.

Stewardships in Wales. See Wales.

Stiffkins, Christian, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Stipends:

in Scotland. See Scotland. of a preacher for Macclesfield, 109, 524.

Royal Household, 501, 502, 503.

Royal Stables, 513, 514.

Stirling, Margaret, relict of Mr. Lawson, an Episcopal minister, royal bounty for, 382.

-, and see Sterling.

Stivers. See Guilders; Florines.

Stocker, Robert, appointed tidesman and boatman at Dartmouth, 387.

Stockholm, naval stores from, 455; ships from, 76(2), 125, 126, 200, 230(2), 277, 278, 312, 340, 359, 364, 381, 393, 396, 416(2), 428, 435, 441(2), 442, 445, 446.

Stockton, co. Durham, ship from and of, 458, 462; Surveyor of (G. Spry, H. Williams), 423, 436, tidesmen and boatmen, 265.

Stockton, Mary, petition from, complaining of being passed for vacancies in Chelsea Hospital, 472.

Stoke Court, co. Hereford, 89, 318.

Stoker, Edward, master of the Rose, 428.

-, John, master of the Thorowgood, 125.

Stokes, Poole, sheriff of Bristol, surplusage on his account, 81.

Stokoe, Luke, petition for place of Surveyor of Houses, 429.

Stone, Charles, Serjeant at Arms attending the House of Lords (Lord Chancellor), appointment, 189; payment to, 383.

-, Elias, master of the Elizabeth and Katherine, 435.

-, John, distributor of Stamped Paper, York city, 430.

-, John, Groom of the Great Chamber, 535.

-, Thomas, engraver, payment to, for Post Office seals, 143, 453.

Stonehouse, Sir John, Comptroller of the Household, 437.

Stones, Robert, master of the Primrose, 441.

Storey, George, Chaplain to Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Storm, 333.

Strachan, James, clerk, going chaplain to Jamaica, royal bounty for his passage, 258.

Strafford, Earl of. See Wentworth, Thomas.

Strahan, Alexander, payments to, 98, 247, 249.

Straits. See Gibraltar.

Stratford, Mr., money due to, from Mr. Wyche, 63, 445.

Strathearn (Strathaern), co. Perth, Chamberlain of (Earl of Rosebery), 228; Stewartry of, 352.

Strewer of Herbs. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Strickland, [Thomas], master of the Transfer Office [of the 1,500,000l. Lottery], letter to, 317.

-, Thomas, lieutenant colonel in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Strode, Edward, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Sidney, et al., lands at Plymouth claimed by, as legatees of Sir William Strode, 317.

-, William, Surveyor of Customs (a General Inspector of Salt Duties) in Scotland, leave of absence for, 48, 137, 346.

-, Sir William, legatees of, lands claimed by, 317.

Stroud, Joseph, master of the Charles, 104.

Stubbs, William, Receiver of contributions to the Classis Lottery for 1,800,000l. (anno 1712), 377.

Stud. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Stud Master. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Studholme, Michael, captain, Keeper of her Majesty's Roads and Guide of her Person in her Progresses, etc. (Surveyor of the Highways):

attending the Treasury, 31.

patent fee and travelling charges, 310, 463, 511, 531.

payments to, 34, 47, 238, 310, 345, 463, 531.

road building and repairing by, 31, 188, 238, 255, 345, 389, 425, 480.

-, Michael, Clerk of the Stables, 511.

-, Michael, quartermaster to Lord Windsor's horse, half pay for, 477.

Sturgeon, importation of, 194, 440.

Sturgis, Francis, Stablekeeper at Hampton Court, 512.

Sturt, Joseph, surety of John Weston, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Surrey, process against, 74, 489; proposal for paying his debt, 474, 489.

Style, Humphry, Sheriff of Kent, payment to, for surplusage on his account, 37, 234.

Styles, Thomas, loans by, payment of interest on, 297.

SubAlmoner. See Chapel Royal.

Subsidies. See Customsduties (Tonnage and poundage).

Subsidies to Allies. See Allies.

Suffolk, Land Tax, Acting Commissioners of, letter to, 142; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142; Receivers General of. See Bacon, Philip; Trotman, William.

Sugar, importation of, from Surinam to North America, 418.

Sugar dishes, 133.

Sugar loaves, 133.

Sugar Plantations in America, discouragement of, memorial re, 418.

Suhm, Burchard, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Suley Hay Walk in Rockingham Forest, q.v.

Summer Islands. See Bermuda.

Sunderland, co. Durham, boatmen at, 332, 387.

Superannuation of Customs and Excise Officers. See Customs officers; Salt and Rock Salt officers.

Surgeons. See Army; Royal Household Above Stairs.

Surinam, importation of rum, sugar and molasses to North America from, 412, 418.

Surplices, for Whitehall Chapel, 193; for Windsor Chapel, 85; trunks for, 101.

Surrey:

Crown Land Revenues, Receiver General of, 383; and see Hart, Robert.

Houses, duties on (Window Tax), Receiver General of, warrant to, 181, 485; and see Weston, John; Surveyors of. See Calcott, Alexander; Veck, John.

Land Tax, Acting Commissioners, letters to, 142, 252; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, 252; Receiver General of. See Fendal, Henry; Weston, John.

Surveyor of the Dresser. See Royal Household Below Stairs (Hall).

Surveyor of the Highways. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Surveyor General of Customs. See Customs London port.

Surveyor General of riding officers. See Customs Outports (riding officers).

Surveyors of Customs. See Customs outports (riding surveyors; surveyors); Scotland Customs (General Surveyor).

Surveyors of House Duties. See Houses.

Sussex:

coast of, riding officers for guarding, Surveyor General of (Henry Baker, Thomas Lambard), 77.

Crown Land Revenues, Receiver General of. See Hart, Robert.

Houses, duties on, Receiver General of. See Tredcroft, Nathaniel.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners of, letters to, 142, 252, 461; amount and collection of, 142, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Tredcroft, Nathaniel.

Sheriff of, payment to, for his surplusage, 57; and see Collins, Henry; Reason, Hugh.

Taxes, Receiver General of. See Dee, John; Dee, William.

Sutherland, John, surgeon to Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, Keneth, Lord Duffus, royal bounty for, 78, 129.

Sutlers (Suttlers). See Army.

Sutton, -, colonel, issue to, 43.

-, George, captain in Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, John, highwayman, arrested and convicted, 310.

-, Robert, Lord Lexinton, Ambassador Extraordinary to Spain, his allowances (ordinary, extraordinary and equipage), 34, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43(2), 44, 45, 47, 49, 50, 53, 62, 100, 157, 208, 212, 309, 341, 444; matter referred to, 195.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Stables, 512.

Swale, river, [co. Kent], 197.

Swans. See Queen's Swans.

Sweden, Envoy (Minister) from, memorial from, 70; and see Gyllenborg, Carl; Resident to. See Jackson, Robert; Jefferys, James; ships from, 393.

Sweet, Benjamin, Deputy Paymaster of the Army in Flanders, 17, 156; agreement with, for compounding a debt, 17, 18; principal witness in the prosecution against the Duke of Marlborough in Holland, 432.

Sweetenham, George, second lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Sweetners, notorious cheats called, apprehended, 90.

Sweets, for the House of Commons, 358; Excise duty on, payment to account of, 465.

Swift, Arthur:

attending Auditor Harley, 471.

attending the Treasury, 14, 19, 22, 23, 52.

clerk or agent to Mr. Whitfield, Paymaster of Marines, 52.

executor of Mr. Whitfield, 22.

letters to and matters referred to, 373, 416, 418, 471.

-, Richard, Solicitor to the Post Office, 137, 429, 448; and see Post OfficeSolicitor to.

Swinhoe, Gilbert, waiter and searcher at Morpeth, deceased, 387.

Swinnock, Thomas, surveyor, waiter and searcher at Maidstone, deceased, 332.

Switzerland (Swiss Cantons), Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, Abraham.

Sword Blade Company, banking by, 9; Office of, in Burchin Lane, 6.

Sword knots for the Army. See Army.

Swymmer, Anthony, of Jamaica.

petition for grant of escheated estate of Mrs. Kusius, 118.

Sybourg. See Sibourg.

Sykes, Christopher, boatman at Hull, superannuated, 265.

-, William, royal bounty for, 353.

Symes, L'Estrange, Comptroller of the Revels, 525.

Symons. See Simons.

Sympson. See Simpson.

Synnot, Thomas, captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.