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Rabault, Henrietta, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589.

-, Jane, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589.

Raby Castle, co. Durham, 422.

Radbourne (Radburne), John, petition of, seizure of hemp, 673, 755.

Radcliffe (Radcliff, Ratcliffe), Anthony, storekeeper, Leather Duties, dismissed, 322.

-, Dr. John, his interest in an extended estate in Carshalton, 30910, 446, 522, 550, 754, 836, 842; petition of his executors, 30910, 5212, 550, 661, 754, 836.

-, John, payment to, for infected cattle burned, 453.

-, Richard, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 484.

Radnor, county of, Chamberlain of, grants of office of, 210.

Justices of. See Bridges, W.; Cox, C.; Whitaker, E.; Wright, W.

offices in, grant of, 197, 209.

Receiver General of assessments for. See Burton S.; Powell, C.

sheriffs of, 451.

surveyor of Duties on Houses for. See Chaloner, J.

Radnor, Earl of. See Robartes, Charles Bodville.

Raile, Alexander, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 600.

Raile Close. See Shotover Forest.

Rainsford, Francis, lieutenant colonel, pension for, 217, 676.

Raisens, price of, 242.

Rait, Andrew, watchman of the Salt in Kirkcaldy collection, 504.

-, Francis, royal bounty in Scotland for, 430.

Ralegh, Frances, widow, pension for, 214, 676.

-, Philip, pension for his widow, 676.

Ralphson, , third clerk in the Office for Sick and Wounded, 435.

Ramage, Francis, watchman in Alloa port, 74.

Ramsay (Ramsey), , lieutenant colonel, creditors and daughter of, petitions of, 746.

-, Alexander, landsurveyor and tidesurveyor at Dunbar, 666.

-, Elizabeth, pension for, 676; royal bounty in Scotland for, 428.

-, James, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 484.

-, Jane, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Dalhousie, pension for, 217, 364, 674.

-, William, tidewaiter in Aberdeen port, 416.

Ramsden, Carr, quartermaster in Ashburnham's regiment, half pay for, 604.

-, John, Commissioner for the Alienation Office, 553, 563, 669.

Ramsey. See Ramsay.

Ramsgate, co. Kent, Customs boatman at, 371.

waiter and searcher and riding officer for the wool business at, 371.

Ramside, co. Lancaster, fishing in, 462.

Randon, Paul, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

Randue, Theodore, Housekeeper of Windsor Castle, 506, 732.

-, -, pension for, 188.

Randyll, Morgan, grantee of liberty of fishing for Wrecks in the American Seas, 281, 570, 634.

Ranelagh, Earl of. See Jones, Richard.

Rannuccini. See Rinuccini.

Raphoe, Bishop of, petition of, 170.

See also Lindsay, T., Single, E.

Bishopric of, sede vacante temporalities of, 170, 3912, 559.

Rapine (Rapin), Solomon, colonel, appointed to have charge of rebels taken prisoner at Preston, 854.

-, -, major in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

Rasbury, William, tidesman and boatman at Starcross, 773.

Rat-catchers, 443, 569; King's. See Stubbs, W.

Ratcliffe. See Radcliffe.

Ratisbon, Ratisbonne, Postmaster at, payments to, 735, 736.

Raven, Roger, captain, pension for, 214, 677.

Ravenhill, Daniel, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 480.

Rawleigh, Cabeb, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 473.

Rawlins, Henry, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 475.

Rawstorne (Rawston), William, sheriff of Lancashire, payment to, 796.

Rayes, Joseph, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 474.

Rayle Close. See Shotover Forest.

Rayman (Rayman), William, clerk, lessee of a tenement in Marylebone Street, 6989.

Raymond, B., captain, member of a Naval court-martial, 110.

-, Sir Robert, Solicitor General, 95, 99, 103, 105, 118, 283. fee of, 460.

removal of, 451.

Rayner, John, Attorney General of New York, petition for his salary, 744.

Raynham, John, distributor of Stamps for Colchester, 761.

Raze, Peter, ensign, half pay for, 606.

Rea. See Reay.

Read (Reid), James, Extractor of the Process in Scotland, 358.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 465.

-, John, clerk to the Comptroller of the Classis Lottery, 526.

-, -, surveyor of Duties on Houses for Dorset, 349.

-, Josias, ensign in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 48, 602.

-, Michael, refuses noontender's place, London port, 370.

-, Thomas, commander of the Elizabeth and Mary hired transport, 792.

-, -, surveyor of Duties on Houses for co. Bucks., 415.

-, William, waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 88.

Reader, Alice, widow, pension for, on the Irish establishment, 585.

Reading, co. Berks., 412.

clothier of, 412.

haberdasher of, 412.

lands called Ort in, lease of, 491.

malster of, 412.

Reading (Redding, Ridding), John, captain in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

-, Robert, major in Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 48, 603.

-, Thomas, Chapel Closet Keeper, allowance for, 733; bibles, etc., delivered to, 757.

-, -, tenant of a house in St. James's, 745.

Reams, Richard, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

Reaves. See Reeve.

Reay (Rea), Lord. See McKay, George.

Rebellion, The, 868.

rebels in Scotland, 839, 864.

rebels taken prisoner at Preston, lists of, called for, 866; officers appointed to look after, 854, 866; subsistence etc., of, 854, 855, 866.

Reboul, Mark Anthony, French refugee, pension for, 681.

Rebow, Sir Isaac, recommendation by, for surveyorship of Windows in Southwark, 618.

Receiving stolen goods, fine for, 683.

Records:

of the Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, danger to, from damp, 117.

of the Clerk of the Signet, preservation of, from moths, dirt and filth, 816.

in the Exchequer Receipt, sorting and ordering the, 125, 132, 491.

in Ireland. See Ireland.

of the Privy Council, Keeper of. See Gauntlet, J.

of the Surveyor General of Crown Lands, handing over to successor in office, 407.

in the Tower of London (Csar's Chapel, White Tower and elsewhere in the Tower of London), Keeper of. See Topham, R.

sorting and digesting the, Chief Clerk for. See Holmes, G.

clerks for, salaries, 416, 536, 618.

incident charges of, 635.

Supervisor of. See Topham, R.

of Woods and Forests, 369.

Recusants, convictions, rents and seizures of, allowance to the Clerk of the Pipe for drawing down, etc., 697.

forfeitures of, fee for keeping records of, 107.

Reddall (Reddal), Ambrose, Receiver General of assessments and Duties on Houses, co. Bedford, appointment, 58, 622, 667, 670; extraordinary charges of, 558.

Redding. See Reading.

Redhead, Anthony, deputy Master and Worker of Norwich Mint, 540.

Redhill, Coppice. See Shotover Forest.

Redpath (Ridpath), George, author and publisher of papers called the Flying Post and Medley', proceedings against, 287, 716.

Reeve (Reaves, Reeves, Reves), , counsel, 309.

-, -, tenant of a house in Meggot's Court, St. James's, 787.

-, Mary, pension for, 677.

-, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, appointed Steward and Keeper of the Courts Leet, etc., of the King's manors of Cookham and Bray, 220, 6567.

Regalia, for the Coronation, payments for, 223.

Regnant (Regnaut), Noah, cornet in Ashburnham's regiment, half pay for, 47, 604.

Reid, See Read.

Reigate, Ryegate, co. Surrey, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments, 623.

Remington, William, waiter and searcher at Barnstaple, 521.

Remittances abroad, proposals and contracts for, 8, 284.

Renaud, Frances Mary, French refugee, pension for, 681.

Reneval, Susanna de, French refugee, pension for, 681.

Reneville, Constantin de, pension for, 682.

Renoult, Elizabeth, and her husband, French Protestant refugees, estate of, in St. Christopher, 134.

Renpie. See Bennise.

Reresby, Tamworth, major, pension for, out of Army contingencies, 351.

Reston, Alexander, watchman in Kirkcaldy port, 74.

Revell, Peter, pension for, 213.

Revels, Master of. See Killigrew, C.; officers of, salaries, 108.

Revenues, Auditors of, business of, at the Treasury, Clerk dealing with, 30; days appointed for consideration of, 31, 32.

Commissioners of, attending the Treasury, day appointed for, 32.

establishments of the salaries, for managing, copies of, required, 21.

places in, recommendations to the King for, Treasury Lords desire to examine, 1617.

receipts and issues of, Treasury clerk dealing with, 31.

Reves. See Reeve.

Revet, Joanna, pension for, 216.

Reynolds, Arthur, pension for, 215, 677.

-, Elizabeth, pension for, 212, 677.

-, Peter, ensign in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

-, William, shoemaker to Queen Anne, payment to, 94.

Rhodes, Christopher, a Commissioner for several Lotteries, 84, 221, 520, 629, 635.

-, Robert, distributor of Stamps for part of co. Stafford, 325.

Ricard, Judith, pension for, 680.

Ricaut, Charlotte, pension for, 676.

-, See also Rycaut.

Rice, Jenkin, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 469.

-, Joseph, appointed a Customs waterman, 397.

Rich, Nicholas, petition for royal bounty, 315.

Richard, Sibella, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 476.

Richards, , Governor of Alicante, debt due to, 438.

-, -, colonel, commander of the Artillery Train in Spain, 724.

-, Joseph, Messenger in Ordinary of the Exchequer Receipt, 195.

-, -, Messenger to the Treasury, 297.

-, Michael, Brigadier General, Chief Engineer of the King's Garrisons, Castles, Forts, Blockhouses and other Fortifications, patent revoked, 189.

appointed Surveyor (Supervisor) of the Ordnance, Munitions, etc., in the Tower and elsewhere in England and Ireland, 189.

memorial of, concerning debt due to his brother, 438.

-, William, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 475.

Richardson, , expenses of, for copies of warrants, etc., 452.

-, -, clerk in the Office for Sick and Wounded, 435.

-, Elizabeth, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

-, George, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 481.

-, John, importer of brandy and rum, 498.

-, -, a Justice of Peace, 161; payment to, for buying up distempered cattle, 102.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 472.

-, Nicholas, distributor of Stamps for co. Durham, 410.

-, William, cornet in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 48, 605.

Richause, Peter Voyer, pension for, 216.

Richbell, Anne, widow, pension for, 676.

Richmond, co. Surrey, 648.

Ferry, lease of, 664, 720; value of, 720.

manor of, Steward of. See Newburgh, Lord.

New Park, bailiff of, fee of, 198, 614.

gamekeepers of, allowance, 507.

Keeper or Ranger of.

See Rochester, Earl of.

moletaker in. See Badger, H.

underkeepers of. See Waldrich, E.; Westwood, T.

Richmond, co. York, Steward of. See Darcy, Robert, Earl of Holderness.

Richmond, Duke of. See Lennox, Charles.

Richmond Herald. See Hare, J.

Rickabbee, Robert, surveyor of Duties on Houses for Middlesex, 414.

Rickfield, James, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 602.

Ridding. See Reading.

Ridge, , of Portsmouth, brewer, prosecution against, 275, 450.

Riding officers. See Customs.

Riding surveyors. See Customs.

Ridpath. See Redpath.

Rientor, William, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 586.

Riggs, Robert, payment to, for needlework for Queen Anne, 94.

Rimbliere. See La Rimbliere.

Rinuccini (Rannuccini), Carlo, Marchese, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Florence, present for, 614.

Riots, 276, 300, 301, 303, 4501, 660.

Ritefield, James, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 48.

Rival, Peter, Minister of the French Chapel at St. James's, 663.

Rivalls, Lewis, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

Rivet, Henry, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

Rivett, , colonel, pension for his widow, 676.

-, George, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 466.

-, Joanna, widow, pension for, 676.

Roads. See King's Private Roads.

Robartes (Roberts), Charles Bodville, 2nd Earl of Radnor, Treasurer of the Chamber, 267.

appointment, 147.

issues to, 202, 224, 239, 293, 333, 400, 408, 442, 510, 806, 831, 872.

letter to, 432.

payments by, 210, 293, 333, 398, 400, 440, 505, 731, 831, 872.

salary and patent fee, 147, 506, 732.

-, Russell, Teller of the Receipt, chief clerk to. See Burton, L.

patent revoked, 140.

transferring the cash of, 148.

Robertoun (Robertown), Allen, lieutenant, royal bounty (pension) in Scotland for, 430, 655.

Roberts, , tenant of a house in Pall Mall, 758, 832.

-, Charles. See Robartes.

-, Francis, Chief Commissioner and Governor of the Revenue of Ireland, 186.

-, Humphrey, recommended for Salt Duties place at Beaumaris, 169.

-, James, tidesman in London port, 70.

-, John, watchman in London port, 673.

-, Joseph, Plumber of Windsor Castle and Serjeant Plumber to the Works, appointment, 454; fee of, 102.

-, Katherine, pension for, 212, 677.

-, Richard, tenant of a cottage in Gonerby, 492, 717.

-, Ruben, cornet in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, Russell. See Robartes.

-, Thomas, watchman in London port, 70.

-, William, tenant of a cottage in Gonerby, 717.

-, -, tidesurveyor at Topham, 817.

Robertson, Anthony, ensign in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 601.

-, Charles, dismissed tidesurveyor in London port, petition of, 731.

-, John, Customs officer in Jersey, petition of, 574.

-, Margan, royal bounty in Scotland for, 428.

-, Margaret, royal bounty in Scotland for, 430.

-, Mungo, officer for Duties on Scots Salt in Alloa port, 74.

-, William, Customs collector at Alloa, appointed collector of Duties on Scots Salt in Alloa port, 74; superseded, 726.

-, -, waiter and searcher at Budle, 823.

Robes:

accounts, 14, 93, 94, 244, 498.

brasher of, salary, 780.

Clerk of. See Vanhuls, W. for the Coronation, issue for, 781.

Grooms of, salaries, 780. See also Hedges, C.

Master of, letter from, 258. See also Cadogan, W.; Montagu, Duke of.

messenger to. See Foulkes, D.

Mistress of. See Seymour, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset.

Office of, establishment, 780.

expenses of, George I officers to pay them himself, 259.

money required for service of, 2589.

officers of, allowances, 869.

page of, salary, 780.

waiters, salaries, 780. See also Felton, J.; Pigott, H.

Yeoman of, salary, 780. See also Thomas, R.

Robeson, John, tidewaiter at Montrose, 665.

Robethon, Elizabeth, pension for, 681.

-, Susanna, pension for, 681.

Robins, Benjamin, distributor of stamps for the city and county of Exeter, 224, 410.

-, Henry, surveyor of Duties on Houses for co. Wilts., 415.

-, Mary. See Doyley.

Robinson, Adam, watchman at Borrowstounness, 74.

-, Anne, daughter and heir of Sir John, Junior, petition of, 405.

-, Anthony, officer for the Duties on Scots Salt in Alloa port, 74.

-, Arthur, Customs collector of Dartmouth, 534.

-, George, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, -, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, Heneage, petition of, concerning tobacco bonds, 345.

-, James, son of Sir John the elder, 405.

-, Sir John, the elder, grantee of offices of Master Forester and Keeper, etc., of Farming Woods in Rockingham Forest, Receiver of Castleward Rents in co. Northampton and the Hundred of Orlingbury and Mellesey, 405.

-, -, the junior, of Farming Woods, 405.

-, John, Bishop of London, directing payments to the poor, 398.

letters from, 502, 538.

payment to, 519.

-, -, deputy King's waiter in London port, 447, 487.

-, -, payments to, for services in prosecuting traitors, 306, 827.

-, -, Sheriff of Northampton, account of, 615, 669.

-, Dame Mary, relict and executrix of Sir John, junior, 405.

-, Thomas, Master Blacksmith to the Works, 454.

-, Sir William, dying without an heir, commission of enquiry into the estate of, 260, 275, 276, 450, 451, 496.

-, William, commander of the Customs smack at Hull, 760.

-, -, Customs boatman at Saltfleet, 486.

-, -, petition for lease of a concealed estate, 739.

-, -, son of Sir John, the elder, 405.

Robjent, Peter, Customs collector at Maldon, dismissed, 534.

Roborough, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments for, 59, 623.

Robson, Richard, incumbent and prebendary of the collegiate church of Auckland, 490.

-, William, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

Roch, Ellen, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 584.

-, James, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 585.

-, Ulick, Lord, pension of, on the Irish establishment, 584.

Roche. See La Roche.

Rochefoucault, Frederic William de Roye de la, Earl of Lifford, half pay in Ireland for, 356, 561, 594; services of, 561.

Rochegude, Marquis de, pension for, 681.

-, John de, pension for, 681.

Rochelle, France, ship from, taken prize, 576.

Rochemont, James, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 587.

Rochester, co. Kent, brewers at, prosecuted, 450.

Marine Headquarters at, 100.

Marine Regiment disbanded at, 725, 797.

surveyor of Customs at, 161.

Rochester, Earl of. See Hyde, Henry; Hyde, Lawrence.

Rockingham, co. Northampton, 766.

Castle, demesne lands of, 238; profits of, allowance charged on, 238.

Forest, Brigstock Bailiwick in, 238.

Cliffe Bailiwick, Master Forester and Warden of, 238.

deer in, 239.

Farming Woods in, herbage and pannage of, 238, 405.

Master Forester and Warden of, 238; petition for grant of office of, 405.

Supervisor of the vert and venison in, 405.

Geddington (Gedington) Walk, 238.

Geddington (Gedington) Woods, Master Forester and Warden of, grants of office of, 238.

Receiver of fines, issues and amerciaments in, grants of office of, 2389.

Surveyor of very and vension in, grants of office of, 2389.

Hunts Short in, 766.

Hunts Wood in, 766.

Huntswood Spinney in, 766.

Prince Wood in, 766.

Rockingham Bailiwick, Master Forester and Warden of, grants of office of, 2389, 373.

Receiver of fines, issues and amerciaments of, grants of office of, 2389.

Surveyor of vert and venison in, grants of office of, 2389.

Rockingham Walk in, 238.

Swanimote Court of, clerk or steward of, 239.

woods in, Earl of Rockingham's petition for, 766.

Rockingham, Earl of. See Watson, Lewis.

Rockpits, co. Chester, new Salt works at, 522; Salt Duty officer at. See Foot, T.

Rodwell, Catherine, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 478.

Roffoe, John, surgeon in Windsor's regiment, half pay for, 47, 602.

Rogers, , Supervisor General of the Tin Blowing Houses, 557.

-, Bartholomew, tenant of a house in St. James's, 745.

-, John, Receiver General of Land Tax for co. Buckingham, 57.

-, Mathias, recommended for Receivership of Land Tax for co. Buckingham, 14, 84.

-, Simeon, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

-, Thomas, clerk to the Port Bonds in the Exchequer in Scotland, 357.

-, -, owner of lands taken into fortifications at Chatham, petition for a lease, 510.

-, -, payment to, for Army clothing, 50.

-, William, merchant, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 653.

Rogerson, Richard, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, William, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 472.

Rokeby, Arnold, prosecuted for seditious words, 302.

Rolfe, , brewer at Harwich, prosecuted, 450.

Rolleston (Rolston), Deborah, widow, pension on the Irish establishment for, 585, 677.

Rollo, Robert, Lord Rollo, pension for, 347, 524, 530.

Rolston. See Rolleston.

Roman Catholics, prosecution, 301.

Rome, 172.

Romney, Earl of. See Sydney, Henry.

Ronsele (Rousele), Elizabeth, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 584.

Ronviere. See La Rouviere.

Rookwood, Robert, captain, appointed to command on Independent Company at Jamaica, equipage of, 61.

Room, , undertaker, payment to, for the funeral of the Ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, 287.

Roope (Roop), Nicholas, a Commissioner for Disbanding, etc., the Marine Regiments, 91, 459, 640, 710, 725.

a Commissioner for the Transport Service, 280, 630, 639, 793; appointed to take care of the Transport Service, 648, 710, 868.

Roose (Roos), John, Chief Engraver of the King's Signets, Seals, Stamps and Arms, 189, 634.

Roque. See La Roque.

Roscommon, co. Roscommon, barracks in, 607.

Roscommon, Earl of. See Dillon, Robert.

Roscrea. See Rosscrea.

Rose, Alexander, late Bishop of Edinburgh, pension for, 359, 427.

-, John, major, pension for, out of Army contingencies, 351.

-, -, See also Ross, John.

Rosebery, Earl of. See Primrose, Archibald.

Roseingrave (Rosingraw), , from Antigua, witness in the case of Colonel Park, 452.

Rosell. See Du Rosell.

Rosingraw. See Roseingrave.

Ross, Leinster, barracks in, 607.

Ross, Castle, Ireland, barracks at, 607; Governor of, pay of, 593. See also Waterford.

Ross, Earldom of, collectors of, 723.

See also Mackenzie, G.

Crown Rents of, 231.

King's Chamberlains of, 723.

Superior of, Feu Duties, Blanch Duties, etc., payable to King as, pension granted out of, 723.

Ross (Rosse), Alexander, Clerk to the Northern Circuit in Scotland, 617.

-, Andrew, lieutenant in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49, 604.

-, Anne, pension for, 677.

-, Charles, General, memorial of, 86.

regiment of dragoons of, in Ireland, 828; subsistence of, 828.

-, David, Commissioner of the Excise in Scotland, 198, 349.

Commissioner for the Duties on leather, soap, paper, etc., in Scotland, 2245, 382.

-, Frances, or Francis, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

-, Gilbert, watchman of the Salt in Kirkcaldy collection, 504.

-, James, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 484.

-, John, Register of the warrants for stamping, 383; appointed Comptroller of the Stamp Duties in Scotland, 383.

-, alias Rose, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 483.

-, Magdalen, pension for, 677.

-, Margaret, royal bounty in Scotland for, 430.

-, Samuel, Register of warrants for stamping, 377; appointed Comptroller of the Stamp Duties in Scotland, 377.

Rosscrea [Roscrea, co. Tipperary], barracks in, 607.

Rosset, Mlle de, pension for, 681.

-, Lewis de, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 586.

Rossieres, John, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 587.

Rossington, Elizabeth, pension for, 677, 702; royal bounty for, 38.

Roswell, Thomas, of Hereford, letter from, abuses in Stamps, 65.

Rotheram, , Clerk of the Works at Somerset House, lodgings of, 712.

Rothes, Earl of. See Leslie, John.

Rotier, James, tenant of a house in Meggot's Court, St. James's, 787.

Rotterdam, Holland, coals exported to, 101.

English Church at, pension for the minister of, 217, 678.

Rouen, cochineal imported from, 444.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Bound, J.

Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Downes, D.

Rouse (Rowse), , captain, commander of H.M.S. Sapphire, 93, 956.

-, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Penryn, 619.

Rousele. See Ronsele.

Rousse, James, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 587.

Rousseliere. See La Rousseliere.

Roussey, Lady Charlotte de, pension for, 681.

Rouvire. See La Rouvire.

Roux, Abraham, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589.

-, Judith de, French refugee, pension for, 680.

-, Mary de, daughter of Judith, pension for, 680.

-, Solomon, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

Rouze. See Du Rouze.

Row Coppice. See Shotover Forest.

Rowland, Charles, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 473.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Works and Storekeeper at Windsor, appointment, 535.

complaints brought against former clerks by, 710.

frauds and abuses by, 558, 635, 656.

Rowley, John, instrument maker, allowance out of the Office of Ordnance for, 663.

inventions by, shown to the King, 663.

pension for, 676.

Rowse. See Rouse.

Roxburgh, Duke of. See Kerr, John.

Roy. See Du Roy.

Royal Africa Company, bonds given by, 406.

Governor of, 71.

William III's stock in, 712.

ROYAL BEDCHAMBER:

furniture, 168, 252, 388, 510.

Gentlemen of, annuities of, 499, 529, 617, 801.

room of, furniture for, 510.

Groom of the Stole, lodgings of, at St. James's, 531.

to Wm. III. See Bentinck, W., Earl of Portland; Sydney, H., Earl of Romney.

to Queen Anne. See Seymour, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset.

Grooms of, annuities, 499, 529, 556, 614, 617, 8012.

Ladies of, 848; Bibles and Prayer Books for, 716.

ROYAL BOUNTY, names of recipients:

Adamson Elizabeth.

Alexander, E.

Allen, Janet.

Anderson, Anna.

Anderson, Bessie.

Anderson, Isabel.

Bannantine, Margaret.

Belviard, Jane.

Bennise, Agnes.

Bickerstaff, Elizabeth.

Bihrendorff, J.

Bimbo, Elizabeth.

Black, Jean.

Blackie, Elizabeth.

Blair, Elizabeth.

Blair, Jane.

Blair, Margaret.

Blare, Mrs.

Brisbane, Margaret.

Browne, Elizabeth.

Browne, Frances.

Browne, Jane.

Browne, Katherine.

Bruce, Jennett.

Burne, E.

Burnett, Isabel.

Burnitt, Henrietta.

Butts, J.

Byng, Sir G.

Calderwood, Isabel.

Callum, Agnes.

Cameron, Helen.

Cameron, Jane.

Campbell, A.

Campbell, Barbara.

Campbell, Margery.

Campbell, Rosina

Cassilis, Mary, Countess Dowager of.

Christian, Anne.

Clement, S.

Colepeper, John, Lord.

College, Edith.

Conway, Eleanor.

Cornwallis, C.

Cosvill, Margaret.

Courtie, Sarah.

Cowper, Lord William.

Crawford, Helen.

Cunningham, Helen.

Cunningham, W.

Dalrymple, Janet.

Davenant, H.

Delmasas, Marquis.

Dickenson, Jane.

Dicks, Mrs., daughter of.

Dickson, Mary.

Donaldson, J.

Donaldson, Jane.

Donn, Elizabeth.

Douglas, Anna.

Douglas, Elizabeth.

Douglas, Helen.

Douglas, Margaret.

Duffus, Lady Charlotte.

Dunbarr, Katherine.

Dunbarton, Lord.

Durham, Grisell.

Dwyre, J.

Edwards, Isabel.

Ellice, Elizabeth.

Elliott, Jane.

Elphinston, Mrs.

Erskine, Agnes.

Erskine, Lady Dorothy.

Faries, Bessie.

Farmer, E.

Farquhar, Margaret.

Finley, Barbara.

Forbes, Margaret.

Forbes, R.

Foreseith, Katherine.

Forrester, Jane.

Forrester, Jennett.

Forrester, Mary.

Forster, Mary.

Frazer, Janet.

Frazer, Margaret.

Frewing, Margaret.

Gairden, J.

Gallaway, Margaret.

Garrioch, Mary.

Gibson, Agnes.

Gladstaines, Anna.

Graham, Katherine.

Graham, Margaret.

Gray, Agnes.

Greenshields, J.

Grierson, Sarah.

Griffith, , widow.

Grymes, W.

Gwyn, R.

Halliwell, C.

Hamilton, A.

Hamilton, Elizabeth.

Hawley, Judith.

Hay, Janet.

Henderson, Jane.

Henderson, M.

Herriott, Elizabeth.

Hodge, Barbara.

Houston, Elizabeth.

Howard, Henrietta.

Howard, Lady Jane.

Howard, P.

Hugie, Elizabeth.

Hume, P., widow of.

Hunter, Janet.

Ironmonger, U.

Irvine, Mrs.

Irvine, Christian.

Irvine, Helen.

Irvine, Jane.

Jack, Margaret.

Janett, E.

Johnston, Elizabeth.

Jollie, Mary.

Kerr, Elizabeth.

Kerr, Isabel.

Kershe, Anne.

Kilpatrick, Janet.

Kingdom, Jane.

Kinnaieds, Anne.

Kirkaldie, A.

Kirkaldie of Grange, Sir J., children of.

Kirkwood, Martha.

Kirmont, J.

Lamb, Isabel.

Lasslie, Jean.

Law, Katherine.

Lawder, Margaret.

Lidderdale, J.

Lindsey, Elizabeth.

Lindsey, Jane.

Lindsey, Margaret.

Lochmann, E. A.

Lockart, Rebecca.

Lovelace, Lady Charlotte.

Lumsden, Elizabeth.

Lyddell, Agnes.

McConachier, Marion.

McDougall, Janet.

Mackenzie, Mrs. .

Mackenzie, Frances.

McEte, Elizabeth.

McKewen, Mrs. .

McKewen, Margaret.

Maclean, L.

Maine, Christian.

Mansel, .

Mansel, Frances.

Mansel, Rachel.

Mason, Jane.

Maxwell, Anna.

Melvill, J.

Mercer, Jane.

Mill, Mrs.

Mireton, Grizell.

Moncreife, Isabel.

Moncurr, Margaret.

Monteith, R.

Montgomery, H.

Morduck, Janet.

Morgan, Lady Anne.

Morgan, T.

Morton, Margaret.

Muffatt, Agnes.

Murray, Janet.

Murray, Katherine.

Murray, Mary.

Nasmith, C.

Newberry, Cecilia.

Newman, Elizabeth.

North, Judith.

Nottingham, Daniel, Earl of.

Palmer, .

Pannell, Anna.

Paston, Charles, Lord.

Petkum, H.

Pitsligoe, Lady.

Plowman, .

Porterfield, Barbara.

Porterfield, Mary.

Powell, W.

Pringle, Sophia.

Rait, F.

Ramsey, Elizabeth.

Ramsey, Jane.

Rere, Elizabeth.

Robertoun, A.

Robertson, M.

Robertson, Margaret.

Rosse, Frances.

Rosse, Margaret.

Rossington, Elizabeth.

Rothes, John, Earl of.

Rutherford, Anna.

Rycaute, Charlotte.

Santa Cruz, Marquis de.

Scougall, Margaret.

Seaton, Margaret.

Shaw, .

Simple, Margaret.

Simpson, Anna.

Sinclair, Mrs.

Slingesby, Sarah.

Smith, J.

Smith, R.

Spence, Barbara.

Steele, R.

Sterling, Margaret.

Stevens, Bessie.

Stevens, Janet.

Stevens, Margaret.

Stewart, A.

Stewart, Mary.

Strachan, Anna C.

Strachan, Barbara.

Strangford, Lord.

Suffolk and Bindon, Henry, Earl of.

Tagg, T.

Thompson, Janet.

Todderick, Jane.

Turner, Rebecca.

Tyrie, Anna.

Vemon, Beatrice.

Waddell, Agnes.

Walker, Helen.

Wallace, Katherine.

Walton, T.

Warburton. Jane.

Watt, Elizabeth.

Watt, W.

Wauch, Elizabeth.

Wauchop, Margaret.

Wauchop, Mary.

Weams, N.

Wedderburn, Mary.

White, Anna.

White, Sarah.

Whitehall, Margaret.

Whittle, Anne.

Wilkinson, Anne.

Wilkinson, Elizabeth.

Williamson, Marian.

Willoughby of Parham, Lord.

Wishart, Helen.

Wishert, Betty.

Wyvill, Ann.

Yelverton, Susannah.

Young, Elizabeth.

Young, Katherine.

Young, Margaret.

Royal Gardens, Plantations and Waters:

admeasurement of, 3245.

business of, at the Treasury, 31.

contractors for keeping, allowances for, 39, 324, 353, 361, 455, 573, 770, 870.

See also Watts, R.; Wise, H.

contracts for keeping, agreement respecting, confirmed, 361; rates per acre, 573, 709, 770.

directions for the care of, 1, 40, 691.

extent of, 573.

greenhouses, sheds, tubs, etc., for, expense for, 52930.

moneys issued for, account of, required, 30.

plans of, to be prepared, 692.

plants brought from the Indies for, 559.

rivers, conduits, pipes and water engines in, care of, directions for, 691; plans of, to be prepared, 692.

Surveyor of. See Vanbrugh, Sir J.

works in, directions concerning, 6912; new, deferred, 1, 40.

See also

Hampton Court.

Kensington.

Newmarket.

St. James's.

Windsor.

Royal Hospital. See Chelsea.

ROYAL HOUSEHOLD :

Act 1 George I, Stat. 1, c. 1, for the better support of, 197.

Apothecary to. See Jones, W.

Cofferer of, 344.

business of, at the Treasury, 31.

issues to, 5, 36, 97, 109, 256, 260, 267, 287.

letter to, 168.

Office of, Coronation charges in, accounts of, 168, 187, 432.

emptions or provisions paid in, arrears of, account of, required, 267; to rank before wages for payment, 267.

expense in, account of, required, 432; issues for, 42, 150, 267, 287, 781.

wages, board wages, salaries and pensions in, arrears of, account of, required, 83; arrears of, issues for, 42, 149; issues for, 109, 541, 703; payment of, directions concerning, 267.

payment by, 663.

See also Godolphin, Earl of; Masham, Lord.

Comptroller of, attending the Treasury, 282.

lodgings of, at Hampton Court, 647.

See also Boscowen, H.

debts of Queen Anne's reign, account of, required, 344.

Establishment, preparation of, 298, 801.

extraordinaries, 42, 508.

Greencloth, Board of, 260, 287, 298, 410, 801.

certificates of, 541, 703.

letters to, 344, 432.

memorials from, 97, 196, 267, 411, 549.

Greencloth, Officers of, Bibles and Prayer Books for, 716.

lands, tenements, etc., in possession of, account and survey of, required, 548.

Lord Chamberlain, 141, 264, 495, 509, 648, 714.

letters from, 264, 382, 541, 555, 575, 646, 650, 723, 747, 846, 851.

letters to, 490, 789.

Office of, fees in, 734; stationery for, 508.

warrants by, 120, 237, 284, 423, 441, 442, 445, 489, 505, 508, 510, 511, 518, 528, 531, 534, 5434, 612, 615, 627, 650, 664, 731, 733, 820.

See also Bolton, Duke of; Shrewsbury, Duke of.

Lord Steward. See Poulett, Earl.

Master of. See Dunch, E.

officers of, salaries, assessments on, 266.

ordinary expenses of, 42.

Pages of the Backstairs, beds for, 856.

provisions and other emptions in, prices of, likely to be enhanced by the Civil List Debt, 381.

purveyance for, issues for, 196, 411.

purveyors, of, payments to, 36, 256.

salaries and emptions in, issue for, 260.

Secretary to. See Stanley, Sir J.

servants of, arrears of, salaries 253.

assessments on, 423, 549, 868.

returning to Hanover, goods of, 612.

swearing in of, 509.

servants abovestairs attending the King from Holland to Greenwich, travelling charges of, 508.

surgeon to. See Gardiner, W.

Treasurer of, Coronation Medals distributed by, 87.

Vice Chamberlain of, 100.

See also Coke, T.

Royal Houses and Palaces, plans of, 686.

taxes charged on, abatement or removal of, to be sought, 33.

works in. See Works.

See also:

Greenwich.

Hampton Court.

Holyrood House.

Ireland.

Kensington.

London and Westminster:

St. James's.

Somerset House.

Tower.

Westminster.

Whitehall.

Newmarket.

Winchester.

Windsor.

Royal Mews and Stables, business of, at the Treasury, 31.

account of expense in, required, 632.

buildings in ruinous condition, 611.

Coronation expenses in, account of, required, 432.

debts of, for Queen Anne's reign, 45, 266, 815.

extraordinaries, 45, 1401, 264, 529, 554, 815, 868.

issues for, 44, 45, 1401, 264, 266, 529, 541, 703, 815.

livery servants, mourning for, 815.

Master of the Horse, Commissioners for executing the office of, payments to, 445, 815, 8689.

lodgings of, at Hampton Court, 627.

See also Somerset, Duke of.

wages and board wages, 541.

Royal Palaces. See Royal Houses and Palaces.

Royal Parks, Keepers of, directions to, 33.

taxes charged on, abatement or removal of, to be sought, 33.

See also:

Bushey Park.

Greenwich.

Hampton Court.

London and Westminster:

Hyde Park.

St. James's.

Richmond.

Windsor.

Royal Servants. See Royal Household.

Royal Stables. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Roystoun. See McKenzie, Sir J.

Rudd, Edmund, importer of brandy and rum, 498.

Rudge, , brewer, proceedings against, for Victualling frauds, 557.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues in cos. Southampton, Wilts., Gloucester, Somerset and Dorset, petition of, 95, 190.

Rudland, Miles, petition of, 776.

-, William, lands at Harwich bought from, 776.

Rufford, Francis, payment to, for infected cattle burned, 453.

Rule, Gilbert, minister of the Grey Friar's Church in Edinburgh, 336.

Rum, permits to reduce to proof, 444, 498, 633, 653, 847.

Rumbold, Edward, grant for the life of, 449.

Ruperti, George Andrew, chaplain of the Lutheran Chapel at St. James's, 664.

Rushall, Agnes, wife of Henry, 638.

-, Henry, tenant of land in Aclome manor, 638.

-, Robert, son of Henry, 638.

Russell, Edward, Earl of Orford, a Lord of the Admiralty, salary, 141; Treasurer of the Navy, account of, 19; Cashier of the Victualling to, 23, 130.

-, Lord Edward, Treasurer of the Chamber, 97.

-, Gerard, lieutenant colonel, pension of, out of Army contingencies, 351.

-, Joseph, tidesman in London port, 70.

-, Lady Letitia, pension of, out of Quit Rents in Ireland, 240, 7045.

-, Richard, brigadier, payment to, for necessaries for the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 864.

-, Thomas, distributor of stamps for Suffolk, 341.

-, William, Customs waterman on the River Thames, 397.

-, Sir William, bart., and his brother, pensions of, on the Irish establishment, 585.

Russia, Emperor of, Ambassador from, house hired for, 238, 285, 80910.

Envoy Extraordinary from.

See Kurakin, Prince; Naryskin, S. G.; Schack, B.

Resident with. See Mackenzie, G.

Ruston, John, commander of the Tiger galley, a hired transport, 792.

Rutherford, Anna, royal bounty in Scotland for, 427.

-, Edward, Salt Duty officer in the Kirkcaldy collection, dismissed, 503.

-, -, watchman in Kirkcaldy port, appointment, 74.

-, John, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, -, John, prisoner in Durham gaol for Salt Duty debt, petition, 6512.

-, Robert, Muster Master of the Forces in North Britain, petition, 4389, 863.

Rutland, county of, 81.

Receiver General of assessments. See Cooper, J.; Lyon, S.

Receiver General of House Duties. See Cooper, J.

Rutland, Duke of. See Manners, John.

Rutland, Benjamin, petition of. Victualling bills, 399.

Ruvigny, Henry de Massue de, Earl of Galway, military pension in Ireland for, 593.

Lord Justice in Ireland, 729, 740, 776, 806, 811, 828, 844.

regiment of horse of, 386.

Spanish regiment of foot of, 85, 124.

Ryalls, John, stone cutter, payment to, out of Post Office incidents, 569.

Rycaut (Rycaute), Charles, pension of, payment on, 702.

-, Charlotte, royal bounty for, 38.

-, See also Ricaut.

Ryde, Isle of Wight, riding officer at, 673.

Rye, co. Sussex, 404.

port of, boatmen in, 487.

Collector of, dispute with the Deputy Comptroller, 187.

See also Benn, James; Shuckburgh, G.

Comptroller of. See Greble, J.

Customs officers in, 404.

Deputy Collector. See Ellison, R.; Smith, E.

Deputy Comptroller of. See Ellison, R.; Greble, J.; Lamb, J.; Smith, E.

irregular practices in, inspection and reform of, 187.

Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 182.

searching of ships and passengers from France at, 748.

sloop in, commander of. See Marrow, T.; Pigram, D.

smack at, mate of, 521.

surveyor in, 487. See also Dansey, .

Ryegate. See Reigate.

Ryley, Jeremy, tidesman in London port, dismissed, 206.

-, Philip, Commissioner of Excise, appointment, 149; commission revoked, 835; Commissioner for the Duties on Soap, Paper, Starch, etc., 156, 844.

-, -, a Serjeant at Arms, fee of, 572.

-, Reginald, Commissioner for the Duties on Leather, etc., Land Taxes and House Duties, 193, 396.

Ryman. See Rayman.

Rymer, Thomas, executrix of, payment to, for 44 volumes of MSS., 642.

Rynefield Lodge. See New Forest.

Ryswick, Treaty of, 134, 692.

Ryves, George, distributor of Stamps for co. Oxford, 546.