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A

Abbotsbury, in Weymouth port, co. Dorset, waiter and searcher at, 98.

Abbots Salford, co. Warwick, 400.

Abbott (Abbot), , Receiver General of Customs, 149.

-, Robert, painter, 516; working in Leadenhall Street, 535.

Abercrombie (Abercromby), , captain, of the Garrison at Annapolis, 518.

-, Sir James, bart., a Commissioner to inspect the demolition of Dunkirk, allowances due to, 7, 62, 111.

Aberdeen, co. Aberdeen, 507; tidewaiters at, 505, 506.

Abernathy, Margaret, pension for, 228.

Abingdon, Earl of. See Bertie, M.

Abrams, Solomon, provisions furnished to the Army marching to Germany by, 154; payment to, 156.

Accounts, Public, Commissioners for taking, examining and stating, 282.

Ackworth, Jacob, rewarded for assisting in demolishing Mardyke, 50, 612.

Acunha. See Cunha, da.

Adams, , widow, land in Brigstock manor of, 150.

-, R., referee in a claim against the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded Seamen, 406.

-, Richard, affidavit of, concerning the Constantine, 22.

Adamson, George, waiter and searcher at Blythnook in Newcastle port, 61.

-, Robert, holding premises in St. Andrew de Auckland, 107.

-, William, tidewaiter at Inverness, 505.

Adderly, Thomas, Surveyor at the Pill in Bristol port, 61.

Addison, Joseph, a Commissioner for Trade, 130, 471, 549; Secretary to the Lords Justices of Ireland, 479.

ADMIRALTY, chamberkeeper of, repayment of Land Tax assessment to, 277.
-, clerks of, repayment of Land Tax assessments to, 277.
-, Commissioners of, royal warrant to, 422.
-, letters to, 28, 275.
-, Lords of, 33, 46, 60, 88, 133, 277, 281, 290, 418, 515, 516, 530, 547, 570, 590; salaries of, 176, 309, 491.
-, Office of, contingencies of, issue for, 176.
-,-, officers and clerks in, salaries of, 309; repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 390.
-, order of, 28.
-, Secretary to, repayment of Land Tax assessment to, 277. See also Burchett, J.
-, Under-Secretary to, repayment of Land Tax assessment to, 277.
-, Vice-Admiral of. See Lawson, Sir J.

Adrianople, Turkey, English Envoy travelling from, 305, 306; King of Sweden at, 305.

Advocate General. See Lloyd, Sir N.

Advocates, of Edinburgh, 546.

Affidavits, 21, 22, 547.

Aggregate Fund. See Bank of England.

Aikman, , major, annuity of, 195, 454, 540, 559.

Aimes, Peter, late a coastwaiter, London port, 129.

Aislabie (Ayslaby), John, Treasurer of the Navy, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 14, 28, 49, 50, 81, 88, 109, 114, 127, 128, 139, 145, 165, 176, 196, 204, 211, 218, 219, 228, 359, 418, 444, 456, 457, 510.

Aix-la-Chapelle, France, the waters at, 596.

Alais, Isaac d', Queen Anne's Secretary at the Court of Hanover, pension for, 237.

Aland, John Fortescue, King's Learned Counsel in the Law, 65.

Alba, [? Alva, co. Clackmannan], barony of, 531.

Albany, New York, 519; minister of, pension for, 234.

Albemarle, Earl of. See Keppel, Arnold-Joost van.

Almanza, Spain, battle of, prisoners taken by the enemy at, 327, 329.
-, Paymaster of. See Neville, C.

Almoner. See King's Almoner.

Alms, King's Daily Alms, 74, 179, 317, 378; on Good Friday, 317; on Maundy Thursday, 317.

Almshouses, in Glaston, repair of, 124, 292.

Alnage Duty. See IrelandAlnage.

Alne, Great, co. Warwick, 399.

Alsley, co. Warwick, 424.

Alston, Charles, King's Botanist in Scotland and Keeper of the Physic Garden, 589.

Alverstoke, co. Southampton, lands in, taken in for fortifying Portsmouth, 161.

Alveston, Alverton, co. Warwick, 399.

AMBASSADORS:
-, accounts of, 8387.
-, chapel furniture for, 357, 375.
-, Cloth of State for, 357, 375.
-, debts of, 29.
-, entertainment of, 472.
-, equipage for, 170, 175, 178, 216, 240, 283, 292, 306, 346, 347, 360, 364, 366, 404, 411.
-, extraordinary expenses of, 40, 85, 578, 588; bills of, 83, 133, 186, 193, 194, 216, 241, 275, 300, 305, 315, 342, 376, 412, 413, 414, 415, 471, 472, 473, 474, 508, 549, 550, 553, 591, 613; Regulation for, 193, 194, 300, 306, 314, 472, 473, 508, 613.
-, foreign, lodging and diet allowances for, 160, 293.
-,-, presents from the King to, 197, 226, 342, 363, 372, 375, 385, 553.
-, gifts of money made by, 133, 275.
-, goods of, passed by Customs officers, 191, 364; sealed by Customs officers, 174, 355, 361, 386, 416, 515, 536.
-, gratuities given by, 508.
-, Instructions for, 86.
-, Intelligence, charges for, 84, 193, 241, 275, 276, 300, 305, 315, 413, 472, 473, 508.
-, interpreters' fees, 305.
-, mourning expenses of, 193, 194, 276, 305, 306.
-, New Year's gifts by, 276, 472.
-, ordinary of, 50, 72, 90, 95, 169, 170, 173, 175, 178, 185, 186, 193, 194, 216, 240, 241, 276, 283, 292, 312, 342, 346, 347, 355, 360, 364, 366, 404, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 471, 472, 473, 474, 508, 549, 550, 553.
-, payments for relief of British subjects, 413, 472, 508.
-, pictures for, 321.
-, plate of, 49, 55, 65, 77, 375, 404.
-, postage charges of, 413, 472, 473, 508.
-, presents given by, 415.
-, secret service charges of, 133, 276, 315, 509.
-, stationery and printing charges of, 413, 472, 473, 508.
-, travelling expenses of, 300, 413, 472, 613.

-, from England to:

Algiers, Agent and Consul General. See Thompson, S.

Austrian Low Countries, Resident in. See Leathes, W.

Baden, Congress at, Minister and Plenipotentiary. See Whitworth, C.

Brussels, Secretary at. See Laws, J.; Leathes, W.

Denmark, King of, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Hume-Campbell, A., Lord Polwarth; Pulteney, D.
-, deputy of. See Hanneken, J. L.
-, Secretary to, 613.

France, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary. See Dalrymple, J., Earl of Stair, Secretary to the Embassy at the Court of. See Crawford, T.

Geneva, Republic of, Resident with. See Dayrolle, J.

Genoa, Republic of, Envoy. Extraordinary. See Chetwynd, W.; Davenant, H.

Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Stanyan, A.

Grand Seignior. See belowTurkey.

Hanover, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Hyde, E., Earl of Clarendon.

Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Wyche, C.

Holland, States General of, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Cadogan, W., Lord Cadogan.
-, Minester and Plenipotentiary with. See Walpole, H.

Italy, Princes and States of, Plenipotentiary. See Mordaunt, C., Earl of Peterborough.

Leghorn, Consul at. See Crow, C.; Vice-Consul, 186.

Modena, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Davenant, H.

Morocco, Fez, Tafilet and Sus, Emperor of, Plenipotentiary to treat with. See Paddon, G.

Moscow, Court of, Minister at, 305.

Muscovy, Czar of, Resident with. See Haldane, James.

Netherlands. See aboveHolland.

Parma, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Davenant, H.

Poland, King of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Scott, J.; Vernon, Sir R.
-, Resident with. See Mackenzie, .

Portugal, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Ruvigny, H. de, Earl of Galway.
-, Envoy Extraordinary. See Worseley, H.

Prussia, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Hume-Campbell, A., Lord Polwarth; Whitworth, C.

Ratisbon, Diet at, Minister. See Whitworth, C.

Savoy, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Hill, Rev. R.; Chetwynd, J.

Sicily, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary. See Mordaunt, C., Earl of Peterborough.

Spain, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary. See Benson, R., Lord Bingley; Methuen, P.
-, Consul at Alicante. See Herne, N.
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. See Bubb, G.; Temple, R., Lord Cobham.
-, Secretary at Madrid. See Schaub, L.; Uzardi, Don Juan.

Sweden, Court of, Resident with. See Jackson, R.; Jefferys, J.

Swiss Cantons, Resident with. See Manning, F.

Tripoli, Agent and Consul at. See Lodington, B.

Turin, Consul at. See Bouer, J.; Envoy Extraordinary at. See Chetwynd, J.

Turkey, Grand Seignior or Emperor of, Ambassador Extraordinary. See Wortley, E.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Davenant, H.

Venice, Republic of, Ambassador. See Mordaunt, C., Earl of Peterborough.
-, Consul with. See Broughton, E.
-, Envoy, Secretary to. See Brathwait, .
-, Resident with. See Cole, C.; Cunningham, A.

Vienna, Court of, Minister at, 305; Secretary at. See Schaub, L.; Stanyan, A.

-, to England from:

Denmark, King of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Sohlenthal, H. F. von; Minister. See Holtzen, J. J. von.

Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary. See Volokra, Count.

Holland, States General of, Ambassadors Extraordinary, 613. See also Borssele van der Hooge, A. van; Duivenvoorde, A. W. heer van; Secretaries to, 197.

Holstein Gottorp, Minister. See Petkum, H.

Modena, Duke of, Envoy. See Rina, ; Envoy Extraordinary. See Guicciardi, Count.

Muscovy, Czar of, Minister, 252, 322. See also Lieth, A., freiherr von der.

Portugal, King of, Ambassador. See Cunha, Dom Luis da.

Russia, Czar of, Minister and Envoy Extraordinary. See Schack, B., freiherr von.

Sicily, King of, Ambassador, 47, 385. See also Trivie, Marchese di.

Tripoli, Envoy, 160, 293, 372, 386.

Venice, Republic of, Ambassador Extraordinary. SeeTron, N.

Ambler, George, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Salop, 424.

Ambrose, Laurence, late Receiver General of Taxes for Berkshire, 87, 587.

America, Forces in. See Armyin America.
-, transportation of malefactors to, 185, 191, 404; contract and arrangements for, 5789.
-, Woods and Forests in, Surveyor of, 88, 418. See also Brydger, J.
-, See also Annapolis, Antigua, Barbados, Bermudas, Canada, Carolina, Jamaica, Leeward Islands, Maryland, Massachussets Bay, Montserrat, Nevis, New England, New Hampshire, New York, Newcastle, Newfoundland, Pennsylvania, Placentia, St. Christopher, Virginia, West Indies.

-, South Continent of, Customs in, Surveyor General of. See Birchfield, M.

Amington, co. warwick, 403.

Amphlett, Joseph, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Worcester, 425.

-, William, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Worcester, 425.

Amsterdam, Holland, Deputy Paymaster at, 265, 332; English Church at, pension for Minister of, 235.

Amy, Edward, Sheriff of co. Cornwall, 161.

Amyand, Claudius, Barber in Ordinary to His Majesty, 449; Serjeant Surgeon of the Royal Household, 184, 449.

Ancholme, Aukholm, river in co. Lincoln, 350.

Anderson, Francis, Sheriff of co. Lincoln, 303.

-, George, tenure of premises at Chatham, 379.

-, Joseph, foreigner signing on for the Camberwell galley, 603.

Andrews, , to attend the Treasury, 45.

-, John, of Bolton, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Lancaster, 424.

-, -, of Oxted, tobacco and snuff trade abuses by, 583.

-, Joseph, late Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Scotland, 304, 522.

-, Mary, lost Lottery order belonging to, 347.

Angey Fee, co. Lincoln, lordship of, lease of, 293, 381.

Angier, Samuel, payment for rent of two rooms added to the Post Office, 96.

Angiere, Paul, waiter and searcher at Burnham in Wells port, dismissed, 61.

Anglesey, county of, Chief Justice of, 289. See also Jessop, W.; Meyrick, J.
-, Receiver General of the duties on Houses. See Caswall, J.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Caswall, J.; Hampton, R.
-, Second Justice of, 289. See also Cumberbach, R.; Jessop, W.
-, Surveyor of the duties on Houses. See Jones, William.

Anglesey Abbey, near Bottisham and Lode, co. Cambridge, 349.

Anglesey, Earl of. See Annesley, A.

Angollen, Andrew, boatman at St. Mawes, 503.

Annandale, Marquess of. See Johnston, W.

Annapolis or Annapolis Royal (formerly Port Royal), Nova Scotia, Council [of War] at, Minutes of, 524.
-, Garrison at (Four Independent Companies formed from regiments in the Canada Expedition), accounts of, 180, 523, 537, 552, 556.
-,-, agent to, 494, 523, 524, 600. See also Gordon, ; Lynn, F.; Mulcaster, J.
-,-, blockaded by the French and Indians, 518.
-,-, captains, pay of, 46, 537, 552, 556, 600.
-,-, clothing, account of, 524, 574; want of, 494, 523.
-,-, Establishment for, 43, 523.
-,-, Lieutenant Governor of, 494. See also Caulfield, T.
-,-, muster rolls, 43, 523.
-,-, officers of, petition or representation of, 494, 523, 552. See also Armstrong, L.
-,-, papers relating to, sent to the Treasury, 47, 568.
-,-, pay of, 46, 600; accounts concerning, 523, 537, 552, 556; want of, 494.
-,-, Paymasters or Treasurers of, accounts of, 43, 523; agents of, 43, 523; issues to, 523.
-,-, provisions for, 243, 281.
-,-, remittances to or bills drawn for, 47, 569.
-,-, timber for, expedition for provision of, 517.
-, Governor of. See Vetch, S.
-, inhabitants of, complaint of hardships imposed by the Governor, 518.
-, letters dated at, 524.
-, reduction of, 519; prisoner taken by Indians at, 408.

Anne, Queen of England, 4, 47, 95, 134, 147, 159, 181, 197, 200, 222, 277, 289, 324, 325, 349, 363, 409, 478, 511, 588, 599.
-, Almoner of, 527.
-, Barge of State of, repairs to, 486.
-, Civil List of. See Civil List.
-, commissions from, 7, 29.
-, death of, 81, 130, 254, 419, 434, 582, 583, 596, 597, 612; mourning for, 193, 194, 276, 305, 306.
-, debts of, 429.
-, funeral of, lights set up for, 196, 360.
-, grants of offices by, 93, 185, 206, 404, 410.
-, Maids of Honour to, marriage portions for, 6263. See Slingsby, Sarah; Yelverton, Susanna.
-, Organist to. See Crofts, Dr. [W.]
-, pensions or charities granted or continued by, 234, 262, 310, 422; Paymaster of. See Nicholas, E.
-, picture of, 198, 526.
-, proportion payable for pay of Allied forces, 151156, 263, 268, 284, 286, 287, 329.
-, royal warrants of, 40, 142, 384, 420, 442.
-, servants and tradesmen of, 40; debts and arrears due to, satisfaction of, 223.
-, sign manual of, 86.
-, treaties made with foreign princes. See Allies, treaties or conventions with.

Annesley, Arthur, 7th Earl of Anglesey, former Vice-Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of Ireland, 105.

-, Francis, a trustee of the estate of the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 526.

ANNUITIES:
-, anno 1706 (as by 4 and 5 Anne, c. 18), Office in Exchequer Receipt for, necessaries for, 435, 588.
-, anno 1707 (as by 6 Anne, c. 2), Office in Exchequer Receipt for, necessaries for, 435, 588.
-, anno 1708, 40,000l. per annum(as by 6 Anne, c. 39), Office in Exchequer Receipt for, necessaries for, 435,588.
-, anno 1708, l. per annum (as by 6 Anne, c. 48), Office in Exchequer Receipt for, necessaries for, 435, 588; Surplus of, to be paid over to the Aggregate Fund of the Bank of England, 497, 511.
-, anno 1710, 9 per cent. (as by 8 Anne, c. 12), Office in Exchequer Receipt for, necessaries for, 435.
-, 5 per cent. for raising 910,000l. (as by 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 19 and 21), 214, 294, 476.
-,-, Contributions for, moneys arising from, payable into Bank of England, 39, 87, 446, 497; payments out of, 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 24, 28, 37, 67, 82, 88, 89, 90, 98, 101, 125, 127, 128, 144, 145, 173, 174, 271, 351, 385.
-,-, discount on, 174, 446.
-,-, stock of dividends on, 24, 28, 144, 145, 174, 271.
-, 6 per cent. for raising 910,000l. (as by 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), or Bank Annuities, 289; dividends on, 32, 48, 579; subscribed by public officers, transfers or assignments of, 32, 38, 48.
-, 9 per cent. See Annuitiesanno 1710.
-, 14 per cent. and Survivorships (as by 4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3, cl. 16), Office in Exchequer Receipt, necessaries for, 435, 588; orders, lost, innovation of, 513.
-, Bankers', 43, 119, 573.
-, Offices for, fees in, tables of, public display of, 175; necessaries for, 435, 588.
-, on the Excise (as by 1213 Wm. III, c. 12), 435, 588.
-, orders, lost, innovation of, 307, 308, 513.
-, payable at the Bank of England, 271, 369, 446, 497.
-, payable at the Exchequer, 16, 71, 209.
-, payable out of duties of Tonnage and Poundage, 482.
-, payable out of duties on logwood, 195, 411, 540.
-, payable out of the Hereditary Excise, 119, 209, 307, 308.
-, payable out of the Million (1710) Lottery, 536.
-, names of annuitants:
-,-, Aikman, .
-,-, Barclay, G.
-,-, Bellenden, Lord.
-,-, Brockett, W.
-,-, Buccleuch, Duchess of.
-,-, Buchan, Earl of.
-,-, Burrish, J.
-,-, Burrish, Mary.
-,-, Bute, Earl of.
-,-, Campbell, J.
-,-, Cathcart, Lord.
-,-, Christ's Hospital, chilren of.
-,-, Clarendon, Earl of.
-,-, Cotterell, Sir C.
-,-, Crawford, Earl of.
-,-, Cromartie, Earl of.
-,-, Dorchester, Countess of.
-,-, Dumaresque, R.
-,-, Dunbarton, Earl of.
-,-, Edinburgh, Bishop of.
-,-, Elibank, Lord.
-,-, Elphinstone, Lord.
-,-, Erskine, C.
-,-, Findlater, Earl of.
-,-, Flournois, P.
-,-, Forbes, Lord.
-,-, Forrester, Lord.
-,-, Fraser, Lord.
-,-, French Ministers in the Savoy.
-,-, Garter, Order of the.
-,-, Glasgow, University of.
-,-, Haddington, Earl of.
-,-, Haldane, J.
-,-, Hare, H.
-,-, Hyndford, Earl of.
-,-, Jones, Lady Katherine.
-,-, Keill, J.
-,-, Kennedy, T.
-,-, Kilmarnock, Earl of.
-,-, Kinnoul, Earl of.
-,-, Lane, T.
-,-, Lindores, Lord.
-,-, Lyme Regis Corporation.
-,-, Macclesfield, preacher at.
-,-, Man, R.
-,-, Man, Isle of, poor ministers in.
-,-, Mar, Countess of.
-,-, Marchmont, Earl of.
-,-, Maxwell, W.
-,-, Messervy, F.
-,-, Napier, Lord.
-,-, Oldes, Sir W.
-,-, Oliphant, Lord.
-,-, Parker, Lord.
-,-, Poyntz, S.
-,-, Reay, Lord.
-,-, Russell, Lady Letitia.
-,-, Ryves, R.
-,-, St. Albans, Duke of.
-,-, Schonberg, Duke of.
-,-, Sempill, Lord.
-,-, Somerset, Duke of.
-,-, South Sea Company.
-,-, Sutherland, Earl of.
-,-, Tonks, Ann.
-,-, Torpichen, Lord.
-,-, Tweeddale, Marquess of, executors of.
-,-, Vyner, Sir R.
-,-, Wills, E.
-,-, Yates, N., heirs of.
-, See also Pensions; Perpetuities.

Ansley, co. Warwick, 403.

Anstis, [John], Principal King at Arms, 555.

Anstruther, co. Fife, a member of Kirkcaldy port, 140; collector of Customs at, 228, 244. See also Muirhead, J.

Anthony, Mark, searcher of Sandwich port, 78.

-, Thomas, tidesman at St. Ives, to be waiter and searcher there, 174.

Antigua, West Indies, Customs in, Collector of. See Buckeridge, R.; Hill, W.
-, Lieutenant (Governor of. See Byam, E.
-, ship bound for, with cargo of calicoes, 532, 603.

Antram, Joseph, clock and watchmaker to the Royal Household, 182, 448.

Antwerp, Belgium, Deputy Paymaster at, 265, 332; money remitted to, 329.

Apia, Cyprian, pension for, 234.

-, Paul, pension for, 234.

Apleby. See Appleby.

Apley, Appley, co. Salop, 424.

Apothecaries, 56, 443, 485, 486; to the King, 546. See also Chase, J.; Malthus, D.; to the Royal Household. See Jones, W.

Appleby, Apleby, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Appleford, Richard, late landcarriageman in London port, 409.

Appleton, John, corn factor, prisoner in Wood Street Compter for Customs debts, 467, 602.

Appleyard, Thomas, landwaiter at Newcastle, to be the same at Hull, 437; waiter and searcher at Boston, to be landwaiter at Newcastle, 212.

Apprentices, duties on (as by 8 Anne, c. 5, and 9 Anne, c. 15), 359, 539.
-, loans on, innovation of lost order of, 395.
-, officers for, 430; salaries of, 164, 304, 512.
-, payments out of, 219; to
-, South Sea Company, 70, 359, 510.

Aptal, , affair of [in Italy?], papers relating to, 186, 187.

Arabic, Professors of, at Cambridge, pension for, 8, 179, 234, 379; at Oxford, pension for, 8, 179, 234, 379.

Arbuthnot, , Dr., prescribing physic for Royal servants, 485.

-, Alexander, deputy Collector of Customs at Port Patrick, 505.

-, Robert, a former Auditor of Crown Revenues in Scotland, 587.

-, William, tidewaiter at Aberdeen, dismissed, 505.

Archer, Thomas, Groom Porter in the Royal Household, 182, 449, 485.

Ardmanoch, lordship of, rents and duties of, 272.

Areskine. See Erskine.

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, J.

Arley, co. Warwick, 402.

Arlington, Countess Dowager of. See Hanmer, Isabella.

Armetage, Robert, a Yeoman Pricker of the Royal Buckhounds, 499.

Arms and ammunition, importing of, from France, for Scotland, seizing of ships laden with, 436, 573.
-, from Holland, 137; for Ireland, 176, 218.
-, prohibited unless for His Majesty's service, 177.

Armstead, Michael, clerk in the Secretary of State's Office, 312.

Armstrong, Catherine, pension for, 228.

-, John, colonel, a Commissioner to inspect the demolitions at Dunkirk, allowances for, 7, 62, 111; rewarded for assisting in demolishing Mardyke, 50, 612.

-, Lawrence, captain, attending the Treasury about Annapolis affairs, 43, 523; Company of, at Annapolis Royal, pay for, 46, 537, 552, 556, 600; letter to, 524; memorial of, concerning stores in Canada, 575.

-, Mary, pension for, 228.

-, Peter, procuring calico and Holland linen without paying Custom, 127.

-, Richard, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, 101; dismissed, 505.

-, Robert, cornet, of Brig. Wolseley's regiment of Horse, on the Half Pay Establishment in Ireland, 90.

ARMY:
-, Abroad, clearings, 457.
-,-, clothing, 12, 13, 71.
-,-, officers, servants of, 12.
-,-, pay of, 457.
-,-, Paymasters General of. See Bridges, J., Earl of Carnarvon; Moore, T. Deputies to, accounts of, 326, 327; salaries of, 265.
-,-, subsistence, 71, 336.
-,-, See also Armyin America; in Canada; in Gibraltar; in Guernsey; in Ireland; in Italy; in Jersey; in the Low Countries; in Minorca; in Piedmont; in the Plantations; in Portugal; in Scotland; in Spain.
-, Accounts, Comptrollers General of, letters to, and matters referred to, 6, 43, 71, 100, 121, 138, 179, 207, 212, 288, 295, 343, 356, 387, 396, 407 (bis), 516, 523, 551, 574.
-,-, office of, 515.
-,-, payment to, 75.
-,-, reports, etc., of, 15, 32, 47, 368, 397, 421, 428, 515, 575.
-,-, Secretary to. See Astry, J.; Bealing, M.
-,-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 47, 568.
-,-, See also Bruce, J.; Meadows, Sir P.
-, accoutrements, 37, 204, 214, 295, 397, 433.
-, aides-de-camp, pay of, 242, 398.
-, Allies. See Allies.
-, arms, 34, 378.
-, artillery train, horses employed in, 162.
-, Auxiliary Forces. See ArmyForeign Forces.
-, beer for, 376.
-, bills of exchange, 32, 384.
-, bread for, 163, 376.
-, chaplains, 151, 398.
-, cheese for, 376.
-, clearings, 12, 32, 37, 146, 147, 368, 430, 457, 475; debt of, 44, 547.
-, clothes and clothing, 7, 12, 13, 27, 33, 37, 71, 214, 254, 295, 336, 397, 433, 445, 453, 476, 481; accounts of, 35.
-, clothiers, offreckonings for, 32, 146, 453; assignments of, 41, 42.
-, coals for, 385.
-, colours, 33, 445.
-, Commissaries, certificates of, 333; of musters. See Armymusters; of stores. See Armystores.
-, contingencies, 12, 45, 114; payments under the head of, 6, 29, 33, 75, 76, 94, 180, 297, 304, 343, 387.
-, corn for, 88.
-, debentures, 140, 173, 456.
-, Debts, Commissioners for stating and determining, accounts certified by, 140.
-,-, incidents of, 148, 292, 367, 407, 489, 501, 596.
-,-, officers, clerks and messengers of, 148, 292. petitions referred to, 396, 515.
-,-, salaries and allowances of, 1489, 210, 292, 489, 501, 596.
-,-, See also Bristow, R.; Gordon, Sir W.; Neville, G.; Palmer, Sir T.; Pelham, T.; Plumptre, J.; Smelt, L.; Smith, T.
-, Desertion, Acts of Parliament for punishing, 164.
-, drum majors, 33, 445.
-, ensigns, 445.
-, Establishments, 12, 30, 333, 336, 360.
-, extraordinaries, 45; issues for, 11, 18, 19, 131, 279, 368, 494, 578.
-, forage for, 163, 376.
-, Foreign Forces, Auxiliary or Additional 6,000, taken in for the late Rebellion:
-,-, Dutch Forces, 32, 181, 472. allowances to, 37, 122, 126,291, 398. charge of, 33. clearing difficulties, 343. Establishment of, 8, 27, 421, 429. General Officers, 8, 18, 37, 122, 242, 291, 297, 347, 398, 433. going back to Holland, 369, 370, 376. muster rolls, 421, 429. pay of, issues for, 5, 8, 11, 18, 37, 67, 122, 126, 131, 242, 297, 347, 397, 420. Provost Marshal, 291, 347. respits, 421, 429. royal bounty for, 433. transportation charges, 20, 369, 370, 376; issues for, 11, 368. Regiments of Dismounted Dragoons, pay of, 291, 347, 398. colonels' names: Cronstrom, . Jacot, . Palant, . Rancan, . S'Gravemore, . Welderen, .
-,-, Swiss Forces, pay and allowances for, 5, 291, 347, 398.
-,-, See also Armyin the Low Countries; in Spain.
-, General and Staff Officers, Board of, Judge Advocate attending, 387; pay of, 12, 242.
-, Guards and Garrisons, accounts, 94.
-,-, accoutrements for, 214.
-,-, clearings, 12, 146, 147.
-,-, clothiers, 146.
-,-, clothing for, 12, 13, 214.
-,-, coals for, 385.
-,-, contingencies, 37, 407, 457; issues for, 67, 242, 433, 493, 494.
-,-, Establishments, 147.
-,-, fire and candle for, 12, 147, 171, 212, 305.
-,-, garrisons, named: Annapolis. Dunkirk. Gibraltar. Minorca. Placentia. Portsmouth. Stirling.
-,-, General and Staff Officers, pay of, 67, 147, 242, 384.
-,-, issues on the head of, 39, 55, 89, 90, 101, 102, 114, 131, 215, 242, 279, 368, 432, 434, 444, 493, 494, 573, 609.
-,-, kettledrums for, 183, 450.
-,-, muster rolls, 94, 147, 573.
-,-, oatmeal for, 446.
-,-, offreckonings, 114, 146, 214, 384, 573.
-,-, pay of, 12, 147; issues for, 52, 67, 88, 347, 573, 609.
-,-, Paymaster General of, accounts of, 94, 146, 147. clerk of, 374. fees of, in passing accounts, 94. Office of, 12. payment to, 146. payments by, 457, 517, 568, 614. report of, 515. South Sea Stock in hands of, dividends paid on, 172, 173, 456. See also How, J.
-,-, sentinels, surtout coats for, 114.
-,-, serjeants, surtout coats for, 114.
-,-, Staff Officers. See ArmyGuards and Garrisons, General and Staff Officers.
-,-, subsistence of, issues for, 8, 11, 18, 32, 37, 41, 122, 126, 162, 242, 297, 432, 493, 573.
-,-, Surveyor of. See Hobson, Sir C.; Warren, H.; deputy to, 515.
-, half-pay, 32; issues on account of, 52, 67, 89, 609.
-, hautboys, 33, 445.
-, horses, 162, 376; killed and disabled, 18, 163. See also ArmyRegiments, Horse Regiments.
-, Hospitals, poundage deductions, 132. See also Armyin the Low Countries, Hospital.
-, in America, clothing of, accounts of, 35; sold, 369.
-,-, lieutenants, on ensign's pay, 384.
-,-, pay of, issues for, 52, 280, 609.
-,-, stores sold by, 33, 370.
-,-, subsistence of, issues for, 8, 11, 18, 37, 41, 122, 131, 163, 242, 297, 433, 493, 573.
-, in Annapolis. See Annapolis.
-, in Canada. See Canada.
-, in Catalonia. See Armyin Spain.
-, in Gibraltar. See Gibraltar.
-, in Guernsey, subsistence of, issues for, 11, 18, 131, 162, 279, 297.
-, in Ireland, clothing for, 453.
-,-, Commander in Chief. See O'Hara, C., Lord Tyrawley; aide-de-camp to, 562.
-,-, Establishment of Troops, Regiments, etc., moved from England. See Army in Ireland, regiments.
-,-, General Officers, 538, 561562, 617.
-,-, Half Pay Establishment, 121; officers on, 90, 104, 123, 124, 125, 281, 588; petitions for places on, 151, 210.
-,-, Muster Master General of, 125.
-,-, Paymaster General of, 442. See also Harbord, W.
-,-, regiments, accounts of, 132. disbanded, offreckonings of, 453. Field and Staff Officers, 435. going to Chester, 172. going to Scotland, 72. moved from England, establishment of, 3, 345, 396; pay differences made up or to be made up, 345, 396, 427, 532. muster rolls, 532. recruits raised for, 442, 484. subsistence of, 3, 132, 532. Horse Regiments: Dragoons, clothing for, 453; horses for, 243; new levies for, 434. (C. La Bouchetiere), 434. (W. Evans), 72, 271. (T. Ferrers), 243, 434. (W. Kerr), 338, 427, 453. (R. Morris), 125, 434. (Visct. Mountjoy), 243, 434. (F. Palmes), 243, 434. ([J.] Pepper), 453. ([T.] Pitt), 172. Foot Regiments: clothing of, offreckonings, 453. going to Scotland, 72. mustered in Flanders, 532. new levies for, 434. colonels of, named: Cavalier, [J.]. Chudleigh, T. Churchill, C. Corbet, [J.]. Creighton, D. Egerton, W. Fielding, E. Forfar, Earl of. Hamilton, H. Hill, J. Kane, R. Montandre, Marquis de. Nassau, M. Orrery, Earl of. Tyrawley, Lord. Vesey, T. Wade, G. Webb, [R.]. Wittewrong, Sir J.
-, in Italy, extraordinaries of the war in, payments on account of, 284.
-,-, Hessian troops, 266.
-,-, Italian troops going to Spain, 83, 86.
-,-, Prussian troops, 266, 268, 270, 331.
-, in Jersey, subsistence of, issues for, 11, 18, 131, 162, 279, 297.
-, in the Low Countries, accounts, 7, 263, 268.
-,-, bills for, discounting of, 329.
-,-, bread for, contract for, 153.
-,-, Captain General or Commander in Chief of, 254, 269, 329, 332. See also Churchill, J., Duke of Marlborough.
-,-, clothiers, 146.
-,-, contingencies, 153, 156, 264, 269, 331.
-,-, Establishments of, 152, 153, 154, 155, 268, 269, 326.
-,-, forage for, 360.
-,-, foreign forces, extraordinaries of, 334. horses for, 264. pay of, 326, 328. recruits, 264. See also Armyin the Low Countries, 40,000 Augmentation Troops; 20,000 Augmentation Troops; Additional and Augmentation Troops.
-,-, General Officers, 156; forage allowance to, 153; pay of, 153.
-,-, Hospitals for, Director of. See Hudson, J.
-,-, Lieutenant Generals. See Dalrymple, J., Earl of Stair; North, W., Lord North and Grey.
-,-, musters, Commissary of, 154.
-,-, officers, forage for, 332; pay of, 332.
-,-, offreckonings, 146.
-,-, pay of, issue for, 88, 89.
-,-, Paymasters, Deputy, accounts of, 329; at Amsterdam, 265; at Antwerp, 265; clerks of, 332; salaries of, 332.
-,-, payments for the service of, 74, 75; Exchequer fees on, 153.
-,-, provisions for, 5.
-,-, Receiver and Paymaster of. See Moore, T.
-,-, regiments, pay of, 261, 262; transported to England, 5.
-,-, remittances of money for, 326; accounts of, 325, 328.
-,-, sick and disabled men, relief of, 264.
-,-, winter quarters, 360.
-,-, 40,000 Augmentation Troops, Establishment of, 152, 154, 263, 265, 269, 330, 331. foreign forces, extraordinaries of, 3n., 4n., 152, 263, 331. forage and waggon money, 152, 154, 155, 263, 268, 331. muster rolls of, 152, 263, 268, 330. pay of, 3n., 4n., 151156, 263, 265, 268, 269, 329, 330. recruits, 152, 154, 263. furnished by: Brunswick and Luneburg, Duke of, troops of Hanover and Celle, 152, 154, 269. Denmark, King of, 3n., 154,265, 269, 330. Hanover, Elector of, 154, 156, 265, 268, 330. Hanover and Celle. See aboveBrunswick and Luneburg. Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, 3n., 154, 265, 330. Prussia, King of, 3n., 153, 154, 155, 156, 264, 265, 266, 268, 269, 270, 329, 331. treaties relating to, 152155, 265, 329, 330.
-,-, 20,000 Augmentation Troops, Establishment of, 152, 155, 263, 265, 269, 330, 331. foreign forces, extraordinaries of, 3n., 4n., 152, 263, 331. forage and waggon money, 152, 155, 263, 331. muster rolls of, 152, 263, 268, 330. pay of, 3n., 4n., 151156, 263, 265, 268, 269, 330. recruits, 152, 263. furnished by: Denmark, King of, 3n., 155,265, 269, 330. Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, one Regiment of Foot, 3n., 155, 265, 269, 330. Holstein Gottorp, Duke of, 3n., 155, 265, 269, 330. Saxe Gotha, Duke of, 3n., 155, 265, 269, 330. Walef, Baron, one Regiment of Dragoons of Lige, 3n., 155, 265, 269, 330. treaties relating to, 152155, 265, 330.
-,-, Additional and Augmentation Troops, Establishments of, 152, 153, 263, 331. foreign forces, extraordinaries of, 152, 263, 331. forage and waggon money, 152, 155, 263, 331. muster rolls of, 152, 263, 268, 331. pay of, 152156, 263, 268, 270, 330, 331. recruits, 152, 263. furnished by: Bothmar, Baron, Dragoons of, 152, 155, 263, 268, 270, 330. Deserters, Regiment of (Maj. Gen. Seissan), 268, 270, 331. Elector Palatine, 152, 153, 155, 156, 263, 268, 270. Hesse Cassell, Landgrave of, two Regiments of Horse, 331. Ottingen, Prince of, Battalion of, 268, 270, 331. Prussia, King of, 155, 331. Saxe Gotha, Duke of. 152, 155, 263, 268, 269, 270, 330. Treves, Elector of, Battalion of, 152, 155, 263, 268, 270, 331. Subject or British Troops, forage and waggon money, 153, 156. pay of, 326, 328. stoppages, payment in lieu of, 153, 156. treaties relating to, 152-155, 263, 268, 331.
-, in Minorca. See Minorca.
-, in Piedmont, ammunition for, 83, 84.
-,-, artillery horses, 83.
-,-, artillery train, waggons for, 84.
-,-, bread for, 83.
-,-, German troops transported to Spain, 83.
-,-, horses, 85.
-,-, Italian troops transported to Spain, 83.
-,-, mules hired for, 83, 84, 85.
-,-, pioneers, etc., pay of, 84.
-,-, provisions for, 84; Commissary of. See Vachieco, Seignor.
-,-, remittances for, 83.
-,-, Vaudois employed as Advanced Guard, captains of, pay of, 84.
-, in Plantations, subsistence of, issues for, 32, 368.
-, in Portugal, accounts, 6, 283, 284.
-,-, contingencies, 354, 416.
-,-, Establishment of, 254.
-,-, General of, 254. See also Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway.
-,-, mules for, 416.
-,-, muster rolls, 254.
-,-, pay of, 326.
-,-, Paymaster, Deputy, 327, 354; clerks of, 334; extraordinary expenses of, 3278; salary of, 334. See also Medlicott, C.; Morris, T.
-,-, payments for the service of, 75; Exchequer fees on, 153.
-,-, regiments in, clothing, pay and subsistence of, 254261.
-,-, remittances of money to, 326, 327, 329; account of, 325.
-, in Scotland, Artillery Train, 280.
-,-, bread for, horses carrying, 279.
-,-, centinels, surtout coats for, 7, 114.
-,-, clothing, offreckonings for, 7.
-,-, Commander in Chief, 523. See also Whetham, [T.]; Wightman, [J.].
-,-, contingencies, bill drawn for, 41, 494, 522; issue for, 2.
-,-, convoys going to, 4.
-,-, moneys for the service of, 4.
-,-, Paymaster, Deputy, accounts and books of, 523. clerks of, 522, 523. letter of revocation sent to, 24. salary and contingencies of, 522. taxes paid over to, 90, 307. travelling expenses of, 522, 523. See also Andrews, J.
-,-, regiments in, issues for, 2, 18; transported from Ireland to, 72.
-,-, serjeants, surtout coats for, 7, 114.
-, in Spain and Catalonia, accounts, 6, 283, 284.
-,-, Artillery Train, draught and mule carriage for, 287.
-,-, bread for, 287.
-,-, clearings, 430.
-,-, clothing stores, 476, 481.
-,-, Commander in Chief, 332. See also Barry, J., Earl of Barry more; Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway.
-,-, corn delivered for, 37, 430, 476.
-,-, deserters from the enemy, Irish, 287; Spanish, 284, 286.
-,-, Establishment of, 254.
-,-, extraordinaries, issues on the head of, 85, 284.
-,-, foreign forces, Establishments, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 332. Imperial or German Troops, brought from Italy, 83, 85, 86; Commissary General of, 332; levy money, 284, 285; muster rolls, 285; pay of, 85, 86, 285, 332. Italian Troops, pay of, 285. Palatine Troops, brought from Italy, 85; extraordinaries of, 284, 286; muster rolls, 286; pay of, 86, 286, 332. Portuguese Troops, Commissary General of, 286; march money for, 333; muster rolls, 286, 2878, 333; pay of, 285, 286, 332. Spanish Troops, Establishment of, 284, 287; muster rolls, 284,286; pay of, 284, 286; subsistence of 287.
-,-, General of, 254. See also Campbell, J., Duke of Argyll; Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway.
-,-, half pay, Establishment of, 288.
-,-, muster rolls, 254; Commissaries of, 288.
-,-, officers, en second, half pay of, 288; imprisoned by the French, 288.
-,-, pay of, 326.
-,-, Paymaster, Deputy, 287, 327; clerks of, 334; salary of, 334. See also Hammond, A.; Mead, J.
-,-, payments for the service of, 75, 83, 283288; Exchequer fees on, 153.
-,-, prisoners taken by the enemy, Paymaster of. See Neville, C.; remittances to, 327, 329.
-,-, provisions for, 481.
-,-, regiments in, clearings of, 37, 430; clothing, pay and subsistence of, 254261, 286, 333. Horse Regiments: (Marques D'Assa), 286, 287, 333. (Sir D. Carrol), 333 ([J.] Hogan), 286. Spanish, two Troops, 286. Foot Regiments. (Don J. Ferrer), 284. (, Richards), 284. Spanish, 286, 287.
-,-, remittances of money to, 326, 327, 329, 430; account of, 325.
-,-, Stores, Commissaries of. See Blyke, T.; Earl, G.; Vincent, H.
-, Intelligences, expenses in gaining, 163.
-, Invalids, Twenty-eight Companies, subsistence of, issues for, 18, 162, 279, 297.
-,-, at Greenwich, accoutrements and clothing for, 37, 295, 397, 433; muster rolls of, 94; pay of, 94.
-, issues for the service of, 6, 11, 12, 242, 433.
-, Judge Advocate General. See Byde, T.; Hughes, E.
-, kettledrums, 183, 450.
-, levy money for newly raised Company, 516.
-, lieutenants, petitioning for captains' pay, 396; sent to America on ensign's pay, 384.
-, Marines. See Marine Regiments.
-, mules, 83, 416.
-, muster rolls, 32, 43, 94, 147, 154, 254, 286, 287, 333, 346, 369, 397, 532, 573; Computer of, 154.
-, musters. Commissary General of, 345. See also Hyde, M.; false, Acts of Parliament for punishing, 164.
-, mutiny, Acts of Parliament for punishing, 164, 454.
-, officers, en second, payments to, 333.
-,-, clearing quarters, 609.
-,-, half-pay, 422, 504; issues for, 67, 89, 187.
-,-, reduced, half-pay of, issues for, 32, 368, 434; made up to full pay, 368, 434.
-,-, sent into quarters, subsistence of, 187.
-,-, servants of, charge of, 147.
-,-, widows of, pensions for, 397.
-, offreckonings, 13, 32, 146, 369, 384; assignments of, 41, 42, 214; debt for, 44, 547.
-, pay of, 398, 532; issues for, 27, 254262, 271, 280, 336340; poundage deducted from, 77.
-, Pay Office, Whitehall, 90, 304, 514, 523; debt in, 44; muster rolls returned to, 154.
-, Pay Offices, 3.
-, Paymasters, 374, 387, 523.
-,-, accounts of, 146, 147.
-,-, attending or to attend the Treasury, 47.
-,-, Bank annuities in hands of, transfer of, 369.
-,-, imprests to, signed by the King, receipts to be given for, 134.
-,-, in Scotland, 90. See also Andrews, .
-,-, Office of, 33; rent, incidents, salaries to clerks, etc., 75.
-,-, papers referred to, 43.
-,-, payments by, 77, 347.
-,-, pension paid by, 494.
-,-, securities in hands of, loans raised on credit of, 124.
-,-, South Sea Stock in hands of, payment out of, 384; transfer of, 8.
-,-, See also Bridges, J., Earl of Carnarvon; Clinton, H., Earl of Lincoln; Walpole, R.
-, physicians, 398.
-, poundage, 94; deductions, 77.
-, Provost, 398.
-, Quarter Master General, 398.
-, recruits, 264; money advanced by Receivers General of Taxes for, 79, 94, 225, 333, 374 (bis), 442, 475, 484, 490, 493.
-, Regiments:
-,-, accounts, 132.
-,-, clothing for, 453.
-,-, subsistence of, 132, 368, 532.
-,-, transported from Ireland to Scotland, 72.
-,-, trophy money of, 32.
-,-, Horse Regiments First Troop of Horse Guards (Earl of Portland), clothes and accoutrements for, 214. Third Troop of Horse Guards, kettledrums for, 183, 450. Grenadier Guards, detachment of, taking money to Edinburgh, 171. sergeant of, 304. Second Troop of, 304. Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, clearings and subsistence, 614. Dragoons, Auxiliary Regiments used in the Rebellion, now dismounted, 398. French Regiment of, 255, 340. horses for, 243. muster rolls, 154, 287, 333. pay of, 126, 154, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 271, 286, 333, 336, 338, 339, 398. quartermaster of, allowance for escorting money sent to Scotland, 93, 304. Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons (Earl of Stair), 261, 336, 360. (Marques d'Assa), 286, 287, 333. ([L.] Backwell), 336. (C. La Bouchetiere), 257, 260, 339, 434. (Lord Cadogan), 261. (Sir D. Carroll), 286, 333. (Col. Cronstrom), 398. ([J.] Desbordes), 339. (W. Evans), 271. (T. Ferrers), 243, 434. ([B. de] Foissac), 256, 258, 339. (Earl of Galway), 256, 341. (Don L. de Gamia), 260. ([P. de] Gually), 258, 339. (D. Harvey), 255, 256, 258, 259, 338. (Marquis of Harwich), 261, 336. (Maj. Gen. Hogan), 286. (Col. Jacot), 398. (G. Kellum), 336. (W. Kerr), 338, 427, 453. (Brig. Lepell), 258,259, 338. ([H.] Lumley), 261, 336. ([C. de] Magny), 256, 258, 339. (Col. Mello), 260. (R. Morris), 125, 434. (ViscountMountjoy), 243, 434. (Count Nassau), 255, 256. (Don D. de Norhanna), 260. (Col. Palant), 398. (F. Palmes), 243, 261, 434. ([E.] Pearce), 255, 256. ([J.] Pepper), 255, 256, 258, 259, 338, 453. (Conde de Prada), 260. (Col. Rancan), 398. (Lord Rochford), 257. ([C.] Ross), 154, 156, 261, 337. ([J. de] Sarland), 256, 258, 339. (Col. S'Gravemore), 291, 347, 398. ([J.] Stanhope), 258, 259, 338. (Earl of Strafford), 255, 256, 258, 259, 338. (Col. Tavora), 256, 257, 260. ([J.] Trapaud), 256. (Col. Welderen), 398. (Lord Windsor), 336. ([H.] Withers), 256, 258, 260, 339. ([J.] Wolseley), 90. ([C.] Wood), 261. Fourth Hussars (W. Evans), formerly Princess Anne of Denmark's Dragoons, 72. Eighth Hussars ([T.] Pitt), 172.
-,-, Foot Regiments: Guards, First Regiment of, at Hampton Court, 574; in Hyde Park, straw, etc., for, 37, 433, 574; Marshal to. See Murphy, T. Second Regiment of (Coldstream Guards), at Hampton Court, 574; hautboys and drum majors, colours and clothing for, 33, 445; in Hyde Park, straw, etc., for, 433, 574; Marshal to. See Murphy, T.; new Companies added to, colours for, 204. Third Regiment of, at Hampton Court, 574; in Hyde Park, straw, etc., for, 433, 574; Marshal to. See Murphy, T.; new Company raised for, levy money for, 516. Second or Queen's Foot (Earl of Forfar), 72. Fourth Foot ([H.] Trelawney), 140. Seventh Foot or Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, 259. Eighth Foot ([R.] Webb), 140, 261, 337, 396. Eleventh Foot (J. Hill), 72, 73. Fifteenth Foot ([E.] How), 140. Twenty-first Foot or Royal Scots Fusiliers (Earl of Orrery), 72. Twenty-third Foot or Prince of Wales's Own Welsh Fusiliers (J. Sabine), 345, 454. Thirty-sixth Foot or Worcestershires (W. Egerton), 72, 73. colonels of, named: Allen, . Barrymore, Earl of. Blood, . Blossett, . Bowles, P. Brasier, . Bretton, [W.] Brudenell, [T.] Butler, [J.] Caulfield, T. Cavalier, [J.] Chudleigh, T. Clayton, [J.] Corbet, [J.] Creighton, D. Dalzell, [R.] Darell, . Deloraine, Earl. Desaulnais, [H.] Dormer, [J.] Dubourgay, [C] Earl, . Egerton, W. Elliot, [R.] Evans, [W.] Farrington, [T.] Fielding, E. Forfar, Earl of. Franks, [R.] Galway, Earl of. Gore, H. Gorges, [R.] Grant, [A.] Hamilton, H. Harrison, T. Hertford, Marquis of. Hill, J. Honywood, [P.] Hotham, Sir G. How, [E.] Inchiquin, Earl of. Jones, . Kane, R. Kerr, Lord Mark. Kirke, [P.] Leigh, . Lepell, N. Livesay, [J.] Macartney, G. Magny, [C. de]. Mohun, Lord. Molesworth, [R.] Montandre, Marquis de. Moore, . Mordaunt, Viscount. Mountjoy, Viscount. Munden, R. Nassau, M. Newton, [J.] Newton, [W.] North and Grey, Lord. Orkney, Earl of. Orrery, Earl of. Oughton, A. Paston, Lord. Pearce, [T.] Phillips, [R.] Pocock, [J.] Portmore, Earl of. Preston, G. Price, [N.] Primrose, G. Rich, Sir R. Richards, . Richards, [M.] Rook, [H.] Russell, . Sabine, J. Sankey, [R.] Scott, . Selwyn, [W.] Slane, Lord. Stanhope, E. Stanhope, W. Stanwix, [T.] Stern, [R.] Stewart, [J.] Sutton, [R.] Sybourg, [C. de]. Tidcomb, [J.] Trelawney, [H.] Tyrawley, Lord. Tyrrell, [J.] Vesey, T. Wade, G. Webb, [R.] Whetham, [T.] Windsor, [A.] Wittewronge, Sir J. Wyndress, [W.] Wynne, O.
-,-, Marines. See Marine Regiments.
-, sentinels, surtout coats for, 114.
-, serjeants, surtout coats for, 114.
-, stores, 33; accounts of, 537; brought back from Holland, 376; Commissary of. See Burroughs, .; sold in America, 33, 370.
-, subsistence, 3, 33, 91, 132, 163, 254, 286, 333, 369, 532; issues for, 7, 8, 11, 18, 27, 32, 37, 39, 41, 43, 122, 131, 147, 162, 242, 279, 297, 336, 368, 433, 476, 493, 573.
-, surgeons, 398.
-, waggon master general, 398.

Arnold, John, customer in Southampton port, 129, 144.

-, -, pension for, 228.

-, Nehemiah, a Commissioner for taking in Tickets in the 1,400,000l. Lottery anno 1714, 141, 307, 479; Paymaster of the Malt Lottery, 136, 419, 431, 435, 582; pension for Susanna Arnold paid to, 228.

-, Nicholas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

-, Susan, owner of land near Portsmouth harbour, 68.

-, Susanna, pension of, 228.

Arran, Earl of. See Butler, C.; Butler, R.

Arras, France, lace of, 67, 609.

Arscott, Arthur, Sheriff of co. Devon, 303.

Arundol, co. Sussex, Mayor and Corporation of, 383.
-, port of, 534; collector and customer of. See Wentworth, J.; deputy comptroller of, 383; Custom House re-established at, 383.

Ash (Ashe), Edward, Clerk of the Ordnance, 106, 460, 544.

-, Joseph, barrister at law, recommended to open indictments at the trial of Rebels, 145.

-, -, tidesman in Plymouth port, 60.

-, Sir Joseph, Ferry at Richmond formerly demised to, 109.

-, Dame Mary, widow of Sir Joseph, 109.

Ash Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Ashborne. See Ashhorne.

Ashby, John, riding officer at Lyme for the wool business, transferred to Littlehampton, 383.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Hertford, 166.

Ashdown Park, co. Wilts, residence of the late Viscount Bolingbroke at, tapestries, furniture and china ware at, 199, 527.

Ashe. See Ash.

Ashhorne, Ashborne, in Newbold Pacey, co. Warwick, 401.

Ashington Longa, co. Warwick, 402.

Ashley, William, stamper in the Stamp Office, 307.

Ashton, Mary, pension for, 228.

Ashurst, Sir Henry, bart., a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Oxford, 424.

Ashwardhurne, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Aslacoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Aspinwall, Mrs. [Elizabeth], pension for, 16, 229.

Assa, Marques d', regiment of Horse of, muster rolls of, 287, 333; subsistence for, 286, 333.

Assault, persons fined and imprisoned for, 139, 477.

ASSESSMENTS:
-, arrears of, 214, 441, 488.
-, detinues made upon, 495.
-, Commissioners of, 228; stay of process against, 245.
-, loans on, Exchequer fees on, 179.
-, Receivers General of, appointed, 26.
-,-, debts of, 42.
-,-, payments into the Exchequer by, 68.
-,-, securities of, 42.
-,-, to account for moneys in hand by Michaelmas 1716 or be charged 10% on those moneys (as by 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 36), 39, 442, 446, 452, 468.
-, [Tenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty by a Land Tax to be raised in the year 1707), Receivers General of, advancing money for recruits, 79; payments into the Exchequer by, allowance for, 79.
-, [Eleventh] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 6 Anne, c. 35, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1708), Receivers General of, accounts of, 468; advancing money for recruits, 79; allowances for, 79, 468; payments into the Exchequer by, 79, 355, 468.
-, [Twelfth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 7 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1709), loan on, interest on, 441.
-,-, Receivers General of, advancing money for recruits, 79, 442, 490, 493; allowance for, 79; payments into the Exchequer by, 79, 355.
-, [Thirteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 8 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1710), moneys of, account of disposal of, 374.
-,-, Receivers General of, advancing money for recruits, 79, 442, 490, 493; allowance for, 79; payments into the Exchequer by, 79, 355, 382.
-, [Fourteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 9 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1711), loans on, interest on, 514.
-,-, moneys of, account of disposal of, 374; payment out of, 514.
-,-, Receivers General of, accounts of, 468; advancing money for recruits, 374, 442, 490; allowance on payment into the Exchequer, 468.
-, [Fifteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 10 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1712), assessments on Navy officers, repayment of, 569.
-,-, loans on, 475; unsatisfied, transferred to the Land Tax anno 1715, 8, 367, 468.
-,-, moneys, issues out of, 493.
-,-, Receivers General of, accounts of, 468; advancing money for recruits, 475; allowance of 3d. per pound on payments into the Exchequer, 468, 532.
-, [Third] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 12 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1713), 102.
-,-, assessments on Navy officers, repayment of, 569.
-,-, collectors of, 429.
-,-, Commissioners for, 429.
-,-, loans on, 97, 109.
-,-, Receivers General of, accounts of, 468; allowance of 3d. per pound on payments into the Exchequer, 468, 532.
-, [Fourth] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 13 Anne, c. 1, for granting an aid to Her Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1714), 102.
-,-, appropriations out of, 187.
-,-, assessments, repayment of, 91, 277, 395, 569.
-,-, Receivers General of, accounts of, 468, 571; allowance of 3d. per pound on payments into the Exchequer, 468, 532, 571; securities of, 247, 283.
-, [Fifth] 2s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Geo. I, c. 1, for granting an aid to His Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1715), appropriations or payments made out of, 82, 292, 501.
-,-, assessments, repayment of, 91, 390, 395, 532, 569.
-,-, Commissioners for, 1, 70.
-,-, deficiency of Land Tax anno 1712 transferred to, 8, 468.
-,-, incidents bill for, 119.
-,-, loans on, 28, 30; account of disposal of, 374; issues out of, 10, 49, 115; tallies and orders, disposal of, 44, 48, 49, 50, 82, 96, 127, 358, 551, 579, 610.
-,-, Receivers General of, accounts of, 374, 468; securities of, 247.
-, [Sixteenth] 4s. Aid (as by the Act 1 Geo. I, c. 31, for granting an aid to His Majesty to be raised by a Land Tax for the service of the year 1716), assessments, repayment of, 347, 350, 353, 354, 489.
-,-, loans on, 25, 109; issues out of, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17, 18, 24, 27, 55, 109, 113, 114, 115, 122, 125, 126, 127, 128, 131, 139, 144, 162, 165, 176, 187, 204, 211, 242, 279, 280, 297, 501; Register of, 114n.; tallies and orders, disposal or sale of, 23, 25, 30, 32, 37, 38, 41, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 347, 355, 358, 367, 385, 395, 416, 432, 441, 490, 531, 551, 567, 579, 600, 609, 610.
-,-, Receivers General of, appointment and securities of, 132, 166169; deputies of, 251.
-, See also Taxes.

Assizes, at Derby, 441; at Nottingham, 441; at York, 441.

Astell, John, Housekeeper to the Office of the Commissioners of Wine Licences, 40, 491.

Asterley, John, surveyor at Exeter port, 438.

Astley, co. Warwick, 402.

Astley, Sir Jacob, a Commissioner for Trade, 130, 194, 382, 471, 549.

Aston Cantlow, co. Warwick, 399.

Astry, James, late Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts, 46, 568.

Atalaya. See Attalaia.

Atherstick, , affidavit concerning the complaint of rough treatment of Customs officers by the Navy, 547.

Atherstone, co. Warwick, 403.

Athlone, cos. Roscommon and Westmeath, manor and castle of, grant of, 288.

Atkinson, , attending the Treasury, 6.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Blythnook in Newcastle port, 61.

-, Samuel, a Commissioner for Licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 120.

-, William Hart, lands in Stock-ton-upon-Tees of, extended for debt, 136.

Atkyns, Robert, et al., petitioning for drawback on a cargo of couries, 594.

Attainder, Acts of. See Forfeited Estates.

Attalaia (Atalaya, Attalaya), Count, Convention made (on behalf of the King of Portugal) for raising troops for the war in Spain, 285, 333.

Atterbury, Thomas, pension for, 228.

Attorney General, 9, 15, 20, 30, 42, 43, 49, 92, 102, 122, 124, 137, 139, 145, 196, 213, 228, 249, 277, 295, 309, 313, 352, 359, 382, 537.
-, allowance for attending the Commissioners for Trade, 69, 214, 456, 565.
-, clerk of, allowance of, 214. See also Billingsly, C.
-, engrossing clerk of, 605.
-, fee or salary of, 463, 565.
-, fees of, 605.
-, petitions, etc., referred to, 210, 354, 361, 404, 524, 546, 616.
-, reports and opinions of, 6, 29, 67, 117, 177, 344, 356, 456, 476, 496, 527, 569, 593, 602.
-, royal warrants to, 63, 93, 94, 126, 145, 185, 197, 216, 250, 253, 266, 278, 279, 294, 296, 341, 343, 349, 404, 405, 409, 410, 420, 450, 455, 485, 487, 526, 530, 553, 567.
-, suit against, 423.
-, to attend the Treasury, 11, 26, 581.
-, warrants to, 126, 207, 226, 424, 569, 594, 603.
-, See also Northey, Sir E.

Aubert, John, musician to the King of Denmark, bounty for, 498.

Auckland. See St. Andrews, Auckland.

Aufrere, Israel Anthony, petition for extension of lease of premises in Charles Street, 383, 611.

Aukholm. See Ancholme.

Austin' (Austen), Sir John, a trustee of the estate of John, Lord Stawel, 209.

-, Mary, pension for, 228.

Austria, Archduke of, birth of, news brought to England of, 216.

Austrian Low Countries, Resident in. See Leathes, W.

Auverquerque, Countess Dowager de, pension of, 110.

-, Henry d', Earl of Grantham, forfeited lands of the late Duke of Ormonde in Ireland granted to, 420.

Aveland, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Avignon, France, 508.

Avon Dassett, co. Warwick, 400.

Awbery (Awbrey), John, an officer of the Exchequer Receipt, 160.

-, William, boatman in Wells port, 436.

Axminster, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.

Axminster, West, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.

Axtall, James, premises in the Haymarket, London, belonging to, 108.

Ayles, Thomas, of London, merchant, agent to the British Consul at Alicante, 604.

Aylmer, Matthew, former Admiral and Commander in Chief of the Fleet, pay of, 309, 363; petition for, and grant of, arrears of half pay, 142, 143, 253; Keeper of His Majesty's Palace and Park at Greenwich, 100, 104.

Ayloff, , counsel for Sir Bibye Lake, attending the Treasury, 41, 42.

-, , living in Pall Mall, London, 108.

Ayr, co. Ayr, collector of Customs at, 505; landwaiter and searcher at, 506; salt duty collection at, 274.

Ayscough, Matthias, pension for, 228.

Ayslaby. See Aislabie.

Aytoun, David, watchman of the Salt duty in the Alloa collection, dismissed, 100.