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D., Mr., 332, 474

Dab, Abednigo, Hearthmoney, Cornwall, 613.

Daberon (Dawborne), Major John, Stubbridge Coppice, Windsor Park, 399, 511, 709, 726, 736, 771, 782, 798.

Dacket (Daquet), Francis, landwaiter, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20. 47, 74, 90, 112, 135, 182, 219, 268, 325, 333, 334, 711.

Dacombe, Sir John, Trustee for Charles I. as Prince of Wales, 1184.

Dacres, Robert, Gentleman Pensioner, 854.

Dade, Richard, wine merchant. 1249.

Daglais (Dagleys), Ro., Hearthmoney, 1135, 1143, 1187.

Dalby (Kirkpatrick, Isle of Man), 250, 308.

-, (Yorks), 1286, 1291.

Dallison (Dalison), Charles, son of Maximilian, 1208.

-, Lady, 1112.

-, Maximilian, 1208.

-, Sir Robert, bart., royal bounty to, 845, 924, 938, 1138, 1149.

Dalston, Sir William, 101.

Dalton (Dutton), Thomas, wine merchant, 1306.

Danbury (Essex), 1329.

Dancer (Damer), John, clerk or deputy to Giles Lytcot, 1094, 1283, 1287.

Daniel, Abell, falconer, 48, 324, 328, 332, 638, 900, 1321, 1357.

-, John, of Daresbury, Cheshire, 1326.

-, Lady, 996.

-, Sir Thomas, Governor of Arcliffe Bulwark, 175, 302, 342, 434, 901. 1059, 1226; house in Great Queen Street, 915.

Dannell, Henry, waiter, Llanhilleth, 1140.

Dantzic, 718.

Danvers (Davers), Samuel, silkman, tradesman to the Wardrobe, 336, 337, 339, 342, 470, 505, 510, 511, 725, 728, 757, 800, 1004.

-, Thomas, Capt., Sub-Commissioner [Excise], 1107.

Darcy, Coniers, second Lord Darcy, bailiff of Richmond, 814, 821.

-, -, son of second Lord Darcy, bailiff of Richmond, 338, 594, 814, 821.

-, James, Master of the Studs (including payments to, for horses for the King), 66, 67, 220, 226, 412, 419, 427, 442, 571, 931, 1021.

-, John, grandson to second Lord Darcy, bailiff of Richmond, 814, 821.

-, Marmaduke, 375, 378, 379.

-, Mr. (a Receiver or Collector), 164.

-, Nicholas, Irish quit rents, 615, 628, 879.

Darell, Sir John, sheriff of Kent, 1159.

Daresbury (Cheshire), 1326.

Darfield (Yorks), 516.

Darley (abbey in parish of St. Alkmund, Derby town), 9, 181, 186.

Darnall, Ralph, cutting timber at Shaw, Windsor, 172, 349, 1051, 1193, 1202.

Dartmoor (Devon), 1343.

Dartmouth (Clifton Dartmouth Hardness), 585, 595, 795, 950, 1048, 1176, 1188, 1204, 1236, 1351; annuity to, 1366; Henry VII.'s pension to, for the Castle, 1241; garrison, 235, 516, 1305, 1333; mayor of, 795.

Dashwood, Alderman George, Farmer of Excise of London, Middlesex and Surrey, 1239; ditto of Kent, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Bucks, 1368; ditto of South Wales, 829, 833, 836, 865, 991, 1155, 1231; called John on p. 1216; ditto of North Wales, 981; a Farmer of the Customs, 863, 999, 1002, 1006, 1009, 1015, 1018, 1019, 1024; a Farmer of the whole revenue of Ireland, 235, 1115; Monmouth, Wine Act, 411, 418; dispute with Sir John Bennet, 1048, 1052, 1109, 1113, 1118, 1206, 1208, 1342, 1353.

-, William, Farmer of Excise of London, Middlesex and Surrey, 1239, 1368; ditto of Essex, Kent, Norfolk, Suffolk and Bucks, 836; Farmer of the whole revenue of Ireland, 235.

Datselaers, Adrian, wine merchant, 1249, 1307.

-, Mathew, wine merchant, 1249, 1307.

Davenant, Sir William, poet laureate, burial and pension, 772.

Davers See Danvers.

Davis (Davies, Daves, Davyes). Capt. Abraham (Davy), Coldstreamer, 16, 26, 193.

-, Alexander, Mulberry Garden, 197.

-, Anthony, solicitor of Subsidy, Wilts, 817, 1087, 1262.

-, Evan, Collector of Aids, Malltraeth Hundred, Anglesea, 1301.

-, James, Customs Officer, 966, 1136, 1250.

-, -, Wardrobe Keeper at Windsor, 258, 610, 912; loans to the Government, 646.

-, John, of Llantrissant, 948.

-, -, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Hereford, 880; Collector of Hearthmoney, Hereford, 1078, 1093, 1258, 1261, 1279.

-, -, attending the Treasury, 186; loans to the Government, 661.

-, Sir John, Excise Commissioner, 1006, 1171.

-, Mary, infant, daughter of Alexander, Mulberry or Phisick Garden, 50, 197, 871.

-, Matthew, loans to the Government, 631.

-, Mr., Surveyor, of Bristol, 1100; petition, 423; Mrs. or Mr. 1106, 1112.

-, Mrs., Navy victualling order, 443, 477, 622.

-, Samuel, tanner, outlaw, 237.

-, Thomas, Collector of Aids, Forest of Dean, 1300; loans to the Government, 622.

-, -, late King's barber, 135, 193, 258, 351, 608, 912, 920, 996, 1003.

-, William, 996; services to His Majesty, 1162.

-, -, tidesman, 1232.

-, -, messenger to the London Commissioners of Subsidy, 1338.

Davison, Mr., Piedmont account, 199.

Davitts, Thomas, wine merchant, 1249.

Davy Capt, Coldstreamer. See Davis, Abr.

-, John (assessments, Thredling Hundred, Suffolk), 538.

Davyes. See Davis.

Dawborne. See Daberon.

Dawe, Francis, deputy bailiff of the Hundred of Trigg, 1195.

Dawes (Daues, Daw, Dawe), Sir Abraham, Collector of Customs, London, 199, 225.

-, Alexander, Navy creditor, 108, 869.

-, Anna, daughter of John, 1150.

-, Allen, loan to the Government, 663.

-, John, Collector of Customs, London, 199, 225.

-, -, senr., lease, Dorset, 855, 912, 1150; junr., ditto, 855, 912.

-, Maria, wife of John, 1150.

-, Jonathan, Alderman of London, 690.

-, Mr., Hearthmoney, 963; stealing Custom, 118.

-, Thomas, of Cattistock, Dorset, 912.

-, Sir Thomas, Collector of Customs. London, 199, 225.

Dawkes, William, wine merchant, 1308.

Dawson. George, Customs Collector, Newcastle, 1036, 1192, 1212.

-, John, Fetter Lane, 936.

-, -, Collector, Yarmouth, 585.

-, Joseph, Customs seizures, 1345.

-, Mr. (Customs farm), 1006, 1009, 1063.

-, -, (? Excise account clerk), 303, 304, 681, 734.

-, Thomas, Farmer of Excise, Bucks, 1251.

Day (Dey). Giles, Collector of Lyme, 1128.

-, Mr. (printer's bill), 109.

-, Laurence, Navy creditor, 261, 273.

-, Robert, lease, Wymondham, 908.

Deacoe (Decoce), Elizabeth, lease, 184.

Deakes, Mr., 9.

Deal Castle (Kent), garrison, 185, 234, 516, 811; victualling, 302; Captain of. See Digby, F.; Hawley, Lord F.; Titus, S.

Dean Forest, 55, 1032, 1065, 1116.

-, abuses, waste of timber, &c. by colliers, &c. in, 112, 262, 401, 457, 650; burning timber in, 262.

-, Act for, 520, 524, 553.

-, Auston's Bridge under Kewer Dean, 650.

-, Commission for inquiry, &c. in, 8, 18, 22, 55, 78, 101, 112, 145, 227, 287, 406, 553.

-, East Dean Forest, 735.

-, enclosure for nursery of Navy timber, 112, 164, 170, 227, 262, 287, 308, 310, 313, 315, 648, 650, 692, 700; planking of, 145.

-, encroachments, 112.

-, felling timber in, and accounts of offal, &c., 4, 78, 90, 1123, 119, 122, 227, 244, 373, 380, 408, 485, 507, 524, 531, 682, 735, 801, 803, 923, 924, 1331.

-, Forest Courts, 524.

-, Hundred Courts, 803.

-, ironworks in, 262, 1331.

-, lands conveyed to the King, 520.

-, Lee Bayley, 244.

-, overseer of woods. See May, J.

-, plot or plan of, 531.

-, prison, 803.

-, repairs,&c., in, 774.

-, Speech House for, 113, 342, 345, 358, 372-3, 380, 429, 524, 531, 648.

-, surveyor of, 373.

-, Swanmore Court, 313.

-, verderer. See Cooke, W.

-, woodward of, 803.

Deane (Dean), Capt. Anthony, a Commissioner of the Navy, 1262; building a navy ship at Harwich, 981, 1044, 1203.

-, Elizabeth, creditor of the Earl of Norwich. See Tindale, Eliz.

-, Henry, Customs seizures, 525, 944.

-, Major Joseph, a Farmer of the Irish Revenue (Customs and imported Excise), 9, 11, 14, 15, 18, 20, 24, 43, 44, 46, 62, 75, 175, 187, 189, 230, 326, 337, 935; ditto of the Wine Licences, Ireland, 267, 272.

-, Robert, tidewaiter, London, 1001.

Debenham (Suffolk), 222.

Debentures, payments on, in the Exchequer, 1019.

-, soldiers', 1074.

De Bourse. See Bourse.

Debt on the Exchequer. See Exchequer.

-, on assessments, 1076.

-, Government debt. See Loans, Bankers.

-, of King Charles I. and II. See King Charles I. and II.

-, Navy. See Navy.

-, Parliamentary, 731.

-, on revenue branches, 1024.

Debusty (De Bussy, Dybusny), Lawrence, of Somerset House, 456, 1244, 1282; Mrs., 1346.

Dechamp, Thomas, King's falconer, 378, 393, 638, 899, 1321, 1357.

Declarations of accounts. See Receivers.

Dee, Mr., waiter and searcher, Greenwich, 975, 981, 985, 1138; John, searcher, London port, 1156.

Deer, 340; see New Park, Bushey Park.

-, killing, 361.

Deerham. See Derham.

Deering. See Dering.

Defaulting Receivers. See Delinquent.

Degge, Sir Symon, Welsh judge, 205, 1054.

De la Barr, Vincent, wine merchant, 1274.

Delabere, Mr., 142.

De la Champ, Francis, agent at Hull, 1078, 1247.

Deladale (Deladally), Maurice. See Delavall.

Delamere, Lord. See Booth, G.

Delavall (Deladale, Deladally), Lady Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 701, 731, 799, 1047, 1150, 1163, 1206.

-, Maurice, a page of the Bedchamber, 1072, 1079, 1096, 1150, 1163, 1252, 1279.

-, Sir Ralph, old farmer of salt, 256, 279, 335, 4445, 500, 959, 963, 965, 968; son and daughter in law, 965.

-, Robert, husband of Lady Elizabeth, 1206.

-, Thomas, merchant, 1274.

Delinquent, receivers, collectors and other accomptants (including extents and other process against), 6, 14, 19, 20, 21, 23, 54, 56, 66, 73, 77, 79, 80, 86, 91, 95, 96, 97, 98, 103, 106, 125, 133, 137, 149, 180, 202, 210, 211, 212, 235, 242, 244, 249, 252, 261, 263, 287, 300, 305, 306, 309, 324, 325, 332, 342, 360, 361, 374, 382, 479, 538, 540, 543, 544, 547, 550, 554, 575, 583, 594, 600, 601, 616, 630, 654, 690, 692, 744, 750, 754, 756, 760, 766, 806, 816, 818, 819, 821, 842, 846, 851, 85960. 863, 878, 885, 903, 904, 914, 918, 924, 927, 933, 941, 956, 976, 995, 1031, 1032, 1043, 1118, 1134, 1135, 1139, 1140, 1143, 1146, 1148, 1187, 1195, 1201, 1282, 1285, 1288, 1346, 1356, 1358.

Dellollina, Bartholomew, wine merchant, 1307.

Delton, Anthony, landwaiter, Exeter, 1169.

Delwes, Baron, Resident from the Duke of Hanover, 623, 625.

Demi-cannon, 1173.

Dempsie, Col. Lawrence, royal bounty to, 116, 119, 265, 274, 331, 332, 333.

Demurrer, 1065

Denbigh. See Denby.

-, Earl of. See Feilding, B.

-, county, 596, 924.

-, -, Hearthmoney Receiver. See Whitley, R.; Mitton, Col.

-, -, Receiver,&c., of taxes, 1137, 1200, 1301, 1329.

-, town, 64.

Denby (Denbigh), Henry, Customs, Yarmouth, 1083, 1253.

Denham, Sir John, Surveyor of the Works, 196; Queen Mother's legacy, 780.

-, Nicholas, 1118.

Denham (Bucks), 598.

Denizations, 111, 241, 350.

Denmark, 246, 718, 1233, 1338.

-, ambassadors to, Resident at, see Paul, Sir J.; Envoy to, 719, see Bertie, C. Carlisle, Earl of; Envoy Extraordinary to, see Essex, Earl of, Richmond, Duke of; Secretary to, see Henshaw, T.

-, -, from, 103, 172, 329, 1216; see Guldenlow. Count.

-, Prince [Christian] of, in England, 248, 267.

-, prohibited goods from, 114.

Denmark House. See Somerset House.

Dennis (Denis), Claudius, lease of Vaux Hall, 987, 988, 990, 1015, 1041, 1165, 1173, 1203.

-, John, Collector of the Additional Aid, Chelmsford. 1328.

-, Mr., docquet, 158.

Dent (Yorks), 527.

Denton, Dr., loans to the Government, 816.

Deodands, 927.

Deptford (Kent), 224, 524, 542, 583, 989, 1129, 1138, 1154, 1163, 1175.

Deputies and deputations to officers, 1027' 1154, 1197.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, C.

Derby, county, 317, 588, 589, 1060.

-, -, Excise farm, 833, 836, 865, 1117, 1218, 1282, 1324; see Adderley, J., Vernon, E.; Sub-Commissioners of, 864, 1294.

-, -, Hearthmoney Receivers, 789; see Bennet, J.; Cooper, J.; Milward, T.; Vernon, J.

-, -, Lott and Cope and Bar Master's place, 1043.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Lands. See Cutler, Sir J.

-, -, - Commissioners, Solicitors,&c. of taxes, 371, 597, 830, 1143, 1200, 1328; see Adderley, J.; Bennet, J.; Shallcrosse. J.

-, -, sheriffs, 602.

-, town, 181, 186.

Dereham, East, Norfolk, 835, 908; lez stalls and standings in, 909.

Derelict lands, 798, 903.

Derham (Deerham), Thomas, King's letter carrier, 925, 1311, 1345.

Dering (Dereing, Deering), Sir Edward, a Commissioner for the Privy Seal, 293, 521, 547, 610, 613, 678, 716, 771, 825, 881, 1185, 1226, 1336; a Commissioner for Claims, Ireland, 385, 429, 487, 615; Navy debt, 35, 36, 868, 949, 1121.

-, Edward, Receiver of Crown Revenues, Suffolk and Cambridge, 45, 119, 128, 209, 324, 422, 461, 477, 517, 908.

-, Sir George, 340.

Derwydd (Carmarthen), 1271.

Derry, Bishop of (Mossom, Robt.), 482, 487, 492.

-, diocese, rebuilding churches, 482.

Des Chappells. See Chappelles.

De Sir. See Sir.

Despatches, carrying. See Teare, E.

Detainer, 1034.

Dethick, Henry, Rougecroix Pursuivant, 258, 476, 480, 901; lease, 225, 992, 1224.

Detton (Dytton, Dettin), Thomas, steward of Chertsey, 485, 607, 635, 1087, 1264, 1273.

De Vere. See Vere.

Devereux, Lawrence, 6th Viscount Hereford, 746, 872, 1257.

-, Mr., drummer, 470.

De Vic (Devick), Sir Henry, Chancellor of the Garter, 33, 975; payments to, for Poor Knights of Windsor, 363, 957, 975; death of, 975

Devon, Earl of. See Courtney, Ed.

-, county, 53, 208, 230, 324, 576, 585, 599, 903, 984, 1168, 1185, 1194, 1227, 1257, 1261, 1266, 1292, 1337, 1343, 1355.

-, -, cursitor and filazer for, 1043.

-, -, deputy clerk of peace, 1157.

-, -, Excise Farm, 833, 836, 877, 1067, 1076, 1324; see Smith, Sir Ja.; Sub-Commissioners, 539, 744, 867, 1134, 1347.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 18, 360, 1082, 1098; Receivers,&c., see Aynell, J.; Clarke, George; Harris, W.; Rutter. E.; Viccary, I.

-, -, merchants, 735.

-, -, Receivers of Crown Revenues, 1137, 1253; see Godolphin. Sir W.

-, -, Receivers. solicitors, Commissioners,&c., of Taxes, 127, 264, 378, 386, 763, 1143, 1191; see Baron. R., Northcot, J., Pollard, T., Seymour, E., Spry, A.

-, -, sheriffs, 212, 621.

-, -, tin. See Tin.

-, -, wine, out district Commissioners, 435, 553.

Devonshire, Earl of. See Cavendish, W.

Dewey (Dewie, Dewy, Duy), Christopher, lease, 561.

-, James, seizure office, 21, 38, 71, 74, 187, 288, 364, 414, 417, 528, 977, 1153.

-, Josias, shipping gunpowder, 1099, 1313.

De Witz. See Witz.

Dey. See Day.

Diamonds and diamond rings (presents of), 140, 289, 295, 493, 515, 532, 553, 623, 657, 672, 701, 713, 721.

Dick, Sir Andrew, 808.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Andrew, 808.

-, Mr., 731.

-, Sir William. 808.

Dickering (Wapentake, Yorks). 321.

Dickinson (Dickenson and see Dixon), Thomas, outlaw, 1244.

-, William, Clerk of the Works, 65, 159, 196, 259, 642, 900, 1145; loans to the Government, 646.

-, -, Gentleman Pensioner, 854.

-, -, Surveyor of the outports, 2, 7, 8, 218, 409, 411, 592, 601, 683, 735, 749, 797, 817, 1118, 1141.

Dickson. See Dixon.

Diets, 1123; see Privy Seal.

Digby. Anne, Countess of Bristol, pension, 380, 381, 386, 413, 449, 487, 494, 638, 651, 676, 703, 759.

-, Francis, Capt. of Deal Castle, 1278; son of the Earl of Bristol, 381, 386, 413.

-, George, second earl of Bristol, creation money, 483, 494, 637, 652; pensions and royal bounty to, 31, 42, 47, 49, 84, 90, 133, 136, 139, 146, 174, 207, 218, 234, 275, 276, 347, 350, 352, 354, 380, 381, 386, 396, 410, 413, 449, 482, 487, 490, 528, 532, 547, 651, 676, 703, 759; fines and forfeitures of prohibited goods, 364, 368.

-, John, keeper of Somersham, son of Sir Kenelm, 709.

-, Sir Kenelm, trustee to the Queen Mother, 278, 534, 640, 709.

-, Mr., fee farms, 1043.

-, Robert, third Lord Digby of Geashill, 1064.

Diggs, Edward, Virginia Customs, 948, 11267, 115960, 1285.

-, William, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Cheshire, 874.

Dike. See Dyke.

Dillington, Sir Robert, bart., 875, 981, 1080, 1204.

Dillon, Col. Cary, 72, 327, 330.

-, Thomas, fourth Viscount Dillon, 2, 6, 117, 385; pension, 409, 422, 479, 498, 744.

-, Wentworth, fourth Earl of Roscommon, 502, 754, 1308.

Dimity, Customs on, 1093.

Dinas (St. Anthony, Cornwall), 811.

Dingley, John, gentleman pensioner, 854; Isle of Wight, 1305.

Dingley Down (Tintagel, Cornwall), 613, 654.

Discoveries, 23, 224.

-, of concealed lands, wastes,&c., and houses thereon, 39, 40, 51, 70, 126, 129, 225, 350, 357, 372, 456, 477, 483, 5634, 598, 607, 634, 733, 747, 760, 793, 798, 888, 911, 912, 936, 951, 1001, 1005, 1027, 1064, 1107, 1233, 1234, 1248, 1312.

-, of concealed moneys, jewels.&c., 47, 61, 62, 73, 110, 111, 170, 173, 176, 181, 199, 581, 681.

-, of Hearthmoney. See Hearthmoney.

-, of prize goods, 813.

-, of treasure trove. See Treasure.

-, rewards for, 224.

Disny, Col., 388, 389, 390, 541, 691, 814.

Dispensations in Ecclesiastical Courts, duty on, 981, 1030.

Distringas, process of, 144, 147, 270, 918, 11367, 1200.

Ditchfield, Edward, 787.

Dixie, Beamont, 1285.

Dixin, Thomas, land carriageman, 1127.

Dixon (Dickson, Dickenson), Mr., 393.

-, Mr. (Hearthmoney), 1049, 1052, 1053, 1205.

Dobell (Doble, Dobble, Dobyn), Dr. Barnham, purchase of his interest in the Paddock Walk, Windsor, 740, 741, 745, 748, 751, 773, 782, 795, 844, 884, 1061, 1075, 1093, 1095, 1237, 1276, 1280, 12912.

Dobenhills (Eccleston, Yorks, 564, 634.

Dobins, Mr., 1020.

Dobson (and see Dodson), Edward, lodge in Enfield Chase, 84, 87, 459, 626.

-, Mr., 1065.

Docquets. See Treasury (Lords' powers).

Docton, Peter, collector, Barnstaple, 1129.

Docwra William, subsearcher, London, 1280.

Dodd (Dod, and see Dodds), Robert, wine merchant, 1249, 1306.

Doddington, Isle of Ely, 1184.

Doddington (Dorrington), Sir Francis, 23, 67.

-, John, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to Venice and the Princes of Italy, 161, 299, 714, 775, 7901 Resident at Venice, 775, 7901, 831, 1127, 1150, 1238, 1250, 1281, 1289, 1342, 1360, 1367.

Dodds (Dodge, Dodd), Thomas, a waterman of Sir T. Chichley's, 985, 990, 992, 999, 1002, 1006, 1012, 1152, 1155.

-, William, vintner, 1200.

Dodson, John, of London, 1245.

-, (Dobson), John, Collector of Hearthmoney, London, 473.

-, William, of London, 1245.

Dodworth (Yorks), 594, 1265, 1272.

Doe, Sir Charles, 37, 198.

Dogs, King's setting dogs, keeper of. See Batcheller, J.; and see King's Buckhounds; King's harriers.

Dolbin. William, loans to the Government, 608.

Dolins (Dolim. Dolings), John, wine merchant, 1249, 1308.

-, Mr., 1081.

Dollars, Rix dollars, 86, 238.

Doncaster (Yorks), 190, 191.

Done, Mr., North Shields, 1262.

Donegall, Earl of. See Chichester, A.

Donellan, John, 629.

-, Laughlan, son of John, Irish quit rents, 492, 629, 1004.

Donnington, chantry lands, 260.

Dorcas lying dead, picture of, 1251.

Dorchester, Marquess of. See Pierrepont, H.

Dorchester (Dorset), 475.

-, (Hundred, Oxford), 228.

Dorgofsky, Isabella, royal bounty to, 761.

Dorington. See Dorrington.

Dormant privy seal for 10,000l., 249, 487 495, 656, 1127.

Dormer, Charles, second Earl of Carnarvon, Master, Marshal and Surveyor of the Hawks, 117, 256.

-, Fleetwood, gentleman pensioner, 854.

-, Francis, Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Warwick, 48, 84, 174, 327, 340, 513.

Dorny, Margaret, 120, 259, 331.

-, Mr. (? Treasury Clerk), 329, 330, 332.

-, Richard, one of the King's violins, 259, 333, 612, 899; loans to the Government, 646.

Dornill. See Dorvill.

Dorrell, Marmaduke, escheat, 616.

-, Major Nathaniel, Governor of Sheerness, 1103, 1318.

Dorrington (Dorington, and see Dodington), Francis, lease, 804.

-, Mr., 418.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, R.

Dorset, county, 201, 601, 903, 912, 1055, 1101. 1131, 1150, 1204, 1222, 1278, 1357.

-, -, Excise farm, 833, 836; see Calvert, P., Warcup, Col. E.; SubCommissioners, 349, 514, 864, 1134.

-, -, Hundreds, lease of, 927.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 71, 360, 406; see Badley. R., Lawrence, E., Napper, R.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Lands, 195, 1235; see Bennet, J.

-, -, Receivers, Collectors, Commissioners,&c. of taxes, 127, 1143. See Lewen, R.; Randall, J.

-, -, sheriffs, 602, 891.

Dort (Holland), 1353.

Dorvill (Dornill), John, wine merchant, 1249, 1307.

Doubling ordinance (Irish lands), 851.

Douglas (Douglass, George, Lord Douglas, afterwards Earl of Dunbarton, royal bounty to, 731, 783.

-, John, tidewaiter, Bristol, 1148.

-, Mark, Collector of Aids, Croydon, 1300.

Dove, Henry, coastwaiter, London, 1127.

Dover, Earl of. See Carey, J.

-, William (Kennington), 803.

Dover (Kent), 159, 225, 239, 445, 586, 595, 600, 641, 692, 818, 1005, 1226, 1231, 1282, 1285, 1316, 1323, 1331.

-, Castle, 1052.

-, [Deputy] Governor of, 996, 1032, 1036, 1047, 1051, 1273.

-, Excise, 24, 180.

-, Fee Farms, 994, 996.

-, garrison and payments for, 18, 30, 42, 57, 185, 198, 201, 234, 516; victualling, 302.

-, King at, 470; Duke of York's theatre, players at, 495.

-, Mayor and Jurats, 94.

-, port, 786, 876, 943, 955, 1241, 1244, 1250, 1271, 1298, 1308.

-, victualler, 1096, 1097, 1104.

Dowdall, Mr., 492, 1004.

Dowersfield. See Ryme.

Dowle, Giles or Job, tobacco planting, 998, 1101, 1314.

Down (Ireland), 250, 309.

Downes. James, of Shrewsbury, draper, 1279.

-, John, a Commissioner of Wine Licences, 612, 645, 662, 664, 670.

-, Richard, Governor of Excise under the Commonwealth, 42, 468, 592.

Downing, Abraham, His Majesty's skinner, 906.

-, Edmond, 558.

-, Sir George, 87; a Teller of the Exchequer and Secretary to the Treasury up to Sept. 1671, passim, 939, 943, 950, 951, 955, 960, 967, 969, 978, 984, 995, 1052, 1081; Administrator to the Queen Mother, 284, 590, 778; office at the Treasury Chamber, 371, 931; memoranda books, 323, 341; papers, 1091, services to the sale of fee farms, 741, 742, 859, 912, 937; salary, 920; Ambassador to Holland, 1075, 1125, 1274, 1281, 1360; ambassadorial plate, 1087, 1291, 1299; a Customs Commissioner, 935, 939, 1120; loan to the Government, 1291, 1299; house of, 133, 907, 910; brother to Sir Jonathan Atkins, 276; gift to the town of Morpeth, 311; dining with the Irish Society, 492.

Downs, the, 958, 1120.

Dowse, Samuel, waiter at Spalding, 1250.

Doyle, Edmond or Edward, Receiver of Hearthmoney, Notts, 567, 586, 614, 976, 1209.

Doyly (Doyley), Robert, tidesman, 1014.

-, Thomas, clerk to the Warden of the Mint, 9523, 966, 979, 990, 1023, 1096, 1102, 1107, 1135, 1153, 1156, 1181, 1298, 1337.

-, Sir William, junr., a Teller of the Exchequer, 128, 132, 269, 277, 433, 449.

-, -, senr. [a Teller of the Exchequer], Office of Exchange in Great St. Helens, 3, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 23, 25, 27, 37, 40, 42, 51, 59, 63, 66, 67, 69, 70, 72, 75, 77, 84, 86, 87, 89, 92, 94, 105, 110, 111, 117, 120, 121, 122, 125, 127, 128, 129, 131, 132, 133, 142, 144, 147, 150, 155, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163, 165, 166, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 182, 197, 200, 207, 212, 218, 220, 221, 231, 240, 244, 247, 249, 263, 264, 266, 273, 283, 285, 291, 292, 300, 302, 303, 305, 307, 308, 316, 332, 336, 337, 339, 342, 344, 346, 349, 351, 353, 356, 358, 360, 363, 371, 374, 376, 378, 383, 386, 387, 388, 390, 393, 395, 396, 397, 398, 401, 403, 413, 415, 420, 421, 423, 424, 427, 431, 433, 435, 436, 439, 440, 441, 443, 444, 445, 448, 451, 452, 455, 456, 457, 459, 460, 461, 468, 473, 475, 481, 483, 486, 488, 494, 508, 511, 518, 519, 530, 535, 547, 562, 566, 571, 574, 578, 583, 599, 601, 638, 650, 677, 684, 692, 697, 704, 749, 756, 794, 821, 863, 872, 930, 934, 955, 967, 980, 988, 997, 1007, 1009, 1012, 1016, 1096, 1109, 1278; administrator to the Queen Mother, 171, 284, 375, 590, 778; a Customs Farmer, 1122, 1135, 1259, 1339, 1340; Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Lincoln, 1066; ditto for Surrey and Southwark, 567, 586, 1124, 1134; ditto generally, 1135, 1143, 1149; a Commissioner of Aids for Kent, 6; tin receipts, 630: Receiver of Subsidy, 813, 815, 816, 817, 824, 825, 853, 889; Receiver of Eleven Months' tax, London and Middlesex, 452, 1049.

Drake, Joseph, prize money, 1066, 1071, 1237.

Draper, George, of Hitchin, 874.

Drax, Mr., 1032, 1036.

Drayton, Thomas, 1222; see Heydon, Mr.

Drew. Francis, a Commissioner of Assessments, co. Devon, 192, 763.

Drill Rung Gorredy (Anglesea), 1239.

Drogheda, Earl of. See Moore, H.

Drummers. See King's drummers.

Drury, Dru, 23, 24.

-, Sir Robert, 54, 211, 224, 248.

Dryden, John, poet laureate and historiographer royal, pension to, 134, 481, 728, 729, 772, 1227.

-, Lady, 101, 265, 334.

Duart, Mr., 1064; Queen's goods, 1067, 1081, 1251.

Dublin, 2, 46, 235, 297, 616, 834, 1114, 1115, 1273, 1303, 1350.

-, Archbishop of. See Boyle, M.

-, castle, 184; Constable of (see Stevens, Sir J.), 385, 801; Governor of, 138, 385.

-, Christ Church, 840, 846.

-, deer park, 754.

-, free grammar school, endowment of by the king, 743, 8401.

-, Holy Trinity and St. Patrick's, grant of impropriations to, 846.

-, hospital, 8401.

-, mayor and aldermen, 429, 840.

-, ordnance money, 124.

-, Phoenix Park, 552, 852.

-, recorder, 429.

-, siege of, 628.

-, (County), 852.

Duchy House, 978.

Ducket. See Dacket.

Ducy, Sir William, justice of the peace for Gloucester, 668.

Dude, Thomas, wine merchant, 1307.

Dudley, Alice, Duchess Dudley, 684.

-, Lord Edward. See Ward, E.

-, (alias Gibson) Edward, administrator to the Countess Lewestein, 494, 553, 653.

-, John, Earl of Northumberland, 558.

Dugdale, John, Accomptant General in the Excise Office, 9, 97, 255, 282, 345, 515, 614, 669, 723, 757, 809, 875; loans to the Government. 653.

-, William, Norroy King at Arms, 493, 517, 652, 899.

Duliveir, Lewis, wine merchant, 1308.

Duloe (Cornwall), 1266.

Du Moulin. See Moulin.

Dunbarr, James, royal bounty, 1082, 1252.

Dunch, Walter, debt from late King. 210, 214.

Duncombe, Charles, Receiver of Hearthmoney for Beds, Bucks and Huntingdon. 369, 532, 567, 575, 854.

-, John. Groom of the Robes. 1152.

-, Sir John, a Treasury Lord, passim 1175, 341511, 9401110; 182, 209, 275, 276, 277, 286, 297, 329, 335, 536, 541, 593, 651, 659, 661, 670, 686, 725, 731, 749, 840, 847, 875, 876, 877, 881, 894, 897, 908, 916, 1111, 1112, 1115, 1117, 1118; house of, 288, 800; a trustee for fee farms, 560, 564, 583; lease to, 1184, 1193, 1202, 1208, 1288; a Commissioner for wastes at Ampthill. &c., 193; a commissioner for the Ordnance, 280, 464, 479, 498, 622, 655, 670.

-, William, wine merchant, 1294.

Dunfierth (Kildare, Ireland), 615.

Dunkar (Dunker), William, 21, 23, 29, 31, 203, 213.

Dunkirk, 593, 625, 866, 883, 1068.

-, accounts, 329.

-, disbanded officers, 498.

-, French King at, 826.

-, Governor of. See Rutherford, A.

-, (Navy) Victualler's account, 14, 191. 198, 213.

-, Paymaster of. See Visct. Fitz Harding.

-, regiment at. 193, 858, 1129, 1162; see Harley, Sir R.; Kingwell, M.

-, sale of, money account of, 231. 344, 514 (see Backwell, E.); coining, purchase money of, 770, 1066

Dunk in (Dunklyn, Dunkly), Jo., Sub-Commissioner of Excise Yorks, 867: John. Receiver of Hearthmoney for London and Middlesex, 914, 924, 963; and for Westminster, 1133, 1219.

-, Mr., Receiver of Hearthmoney for co. Lincoln, 1066. 1093, 1112, 1237, 1242, 1296.

-, (Dunkly), Thomas, keeper of His Majesty's closet, 503, 688, 728.

-, Walter, Receiver of Hearthmoney for London and Middlesex, 473, 597, 614, 758, 854, 890, 1209.

Dunmow (Essex), 338.

Dunn Feild, a Commissioner for Concealments, Yorks and Lincoln. 912.

Dunslow Heath. See New Forest.

Dunstable (Beds), 246, 513.

Dunster, Giles, Surveyor General of Customs, 1067, 1225; Riding Surveyor for the out ports, 1192, 1225, 1239, 1315; wine merchant, London, 1249; a Commissioner of Accounts. 211, 669.

-, John, wine merchant, London, 1249, 1306.

-, Mr. [? Giles], alderman of London, 690.

Dupont, Samuel, merchant, 1270.

Duppa. Thomas, one of the Gentlemen Ushers in Ordinary, 240, 257, 488, 605, 608, 740; loans to the Government, 611, 858, 1003, 1018.

-, [Thomas], Receiver of Tenths for the See of Chester, 21, 108, 231; ditto for Exeter and Sarum. 233, 240, 312, 327, 1025, 1228.

Duprey. Daniel, wine merchant, 1307.

Dupuy (Du Puy), Henry, keeper of the Pall Mall, 222, 917.

-, James. 1245.

-, Lawrence, junr., 1245.

-, Lawrence, senr., servant to the Duke of York, 1245.

-, Thomas, 1245.

Duras, Louis de, Marquis de Blanchefort, 1138, 1203.

Durell, Dr. John, loan to the Government, 810.

Durham, Bishop of (Cosin, J.), 2, 7, 12, 45, 60, 363, 594.

-, bishopric, 1060, 1183, 1223; or Palatine, revenue of sede racante, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1090, 1096, 1219, 1221, 1229, 1326; issues out of, 1240; Receiver of, 1240, 1326 (see Arderne, E.); tenants of. 1229; clerk of the Great Receipts of. See Kirkby, G.

-, -, or Palatinate, chancellor of, 1229; see Goodricke, Sir F.

-, -, fee farms payable to the Queen Mother, 451.

-, -, officers of, 1045.

-, -, seal for, 1221.

-, Dean of, 12, 45, 60.

-, two ancient schools at, one the Dean's, annuity to, 2, 7, 12, 45, 60.

-, county, 597, 602, 1056, 1234, 1250, 1342.

-, -, Excise, Farmers of. 4, 25, 827, 833, 836, 844, 1218 (see Brabant, H., Calvert, P., Gerard, Sir G., Parsons, J., Vincent, S.); Sub-Commissioners of, 203, 1202, 1261.

-, -, Hearthmoney. See Applegarth, W.; Christian, W.

-, -, Palatinate, See Durham (bishopric.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, 1221; see Aldworth, R.; Norton, M.; Wyvell. R.

-, -, (Solicitors, Collectors, Commissioners,&c.) of Assessments, 127, 321, 521; see Brabant, H.; Swinburne, J.

-, -, sheriffs of, 627, 1225.

-, -, Wine Act Commissioners, 309.

Dusky, Mr., solicitor, 1103.

Dutch. See Holland.

-, blacks, See Holland cloth.

-, lady, 728.

-, reeks or dykes. See New Forest (Lindhurst).

-, seamen and English ships, 38.

-, ships seized in the war. See Prizes; War.

-, treatment of, by Portugal, 570.

-, war. See War.

Duteil (Dutell), Sieur John Baptista, journey for the King to the territory of the Grand Duke of Tuscany (to Genoa for galleys), 140. 313. 318, 338, 344, 345, 488, 534, 624, 635, 721, 875; loans to the Government, 644.

Dutton (see Dalton), Mr., arrest. 468, 978, 985.

-, Peter, loans to the Government, 647.

Duty (see Customs, generally) on exported ordnance (5 per cent), 18.

-, on foreign commodities, 755.

Dwyer, Hester, 1263.

-, Susanna, 1263.

Dyer, Edward, loans to the Government, 706.

Dyke (Dike), Eleanor, annuity to, 1108, 1339.

-, Walter, of Westminster, 1227.

-, William, bailiff of Spalding,&c., in Lincoln, 435, 489, 639, 1227.

Dykes or Dutch reekes. See New Forest (Lindhurst.

Dykes Marsh (Yorks), 634.

Dymchurch (Kent), pension, 951.

Dymocke, Charles, steward of Biggleswade, 1154; Robert, steward of Newark, Notts, 743, 848, 989.

Dysart, Lady. See Tollemache, Eliz.

Dytton. See Detton.

Dyves, Francis, counterfeiter, 1156.