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Labarthe, , colonel, French regiment of, now disbanded, chaplain in, 151.

Lace, Arras, 67; seized, for being landed without payment of Customs, 207.

Lackingheath. See Lakenheath.

La Cour Vicouse. See Vicouse.

Ladbroke, Ladbrooke, co. Warwick, 402.

Laffontaine, , pension for Herman's children lately paid to, 470.

La Fountaine. See Fountaine.

Lake, Sir Bibye, attending the Treasury over a dispute with General Wills, 26, 412, 43, 299; letter to, concerning Wine Licence Accounts, 145.

Lakenheath, Lackingheath, co. Suffolk, tithes in and around, 349.

Lamaria, Man,' de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Lamb, , recommended as collector of Customs at Fowey, 281.

-, Patrick, lease of premises in Pastry Yard, Whitehall, 214.

Lambert (Lambart), Isabella, widow, living in London, 109; petition for extension of lease of premises in Westminster, 599.

-, Sir John, prize wines bought by, payment of duties on, 73.

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

-, Oliver, younger son of the Earl of Cavan, pension for, 231.

-, Richard, 4th Earl of Cavan. 231.

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

-, See also Mesnil Lambert.

Lambeth, co. Surrey, bargehouses near, lease of, 249.

Lambourne Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Lampkin, Thomas, noontender in London port, 577.

Lamps, set up for the Houses of Parliament, 49, 196, 360, 583; set up in Westminster Hall, 360, 583.

Lampton, Nicholas, proposed as tidesurveyor at Howdon Pans in Newcastle port, 577.

Lancaster, county of, 393, 452.
-, Clerk of the Crown for. See Thornton, J.
-,-, collector of Taxes. See Benson, T.
-,-, distributor of stamps in. See Kendrick, T.; Vaudry,
-,-, Rebels in, 407; Commission for trial of, 10, 112; Commissioners to inquire into losses and damages caused by, 424.
-,-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Molyneux, N.; Owen, J.; Thornton, J.
-,-, Sheriff of. See Crisp, T.
-,-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Carter, R.; Leigh, W.

Lancaster, co. Lancaster, collector of Customs at. See Bateman, T.; Bentley, J.
-, gaol at, 191.
-, Sessions of Oyer and Terminer at, 578.
-, tidesman at, 212.

Lancaster, Duchy of, Chancellor of. See Lumley, R., Earl of Scarborough; lands in co. Lincoln parcel of, 350.

Lancaster Herald. See Hesket, J.

Lancaster, William, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Lance, David, master plasterer of the Works, 57, 458, 545.

Land Tax. See Assessments.

Landcarriagemen. See Customs.

Landcarriagewaiters. See Scotland Customs.

Landguard Fort. See Harwich.

LANDS, England and Wales:
-, Crown Lands:
-,-, fee farm rent, 202.
-,-, leases and grants of, 62, 89, 107, 108, 109, 144, 170, 188, 214, 221, 243, 250, 251, 273, 277, 281, 283, 355, 370, 374, 384, 601. building, 92, 324, 469. extensions of, 149, 247; petitions for, 71, 72, 91, 161, 169, 205, 207, 210, 221, 228, 306, 310, 311, 313, 336, 354, 364, 365, 383, 571, 598, 599. in custodiam, 115, 136, 409, 568. resumption clauses in, 249, 604. reversionary, 50, 240, 556; assignments of, recording of, 51, 617; Instructions governing grant of, 616; rents reserved on, 616.
-,-, manors, 149, 169, 221, 240, 313.
-,-, rents and revenues, 382. arrears of, 488, 581. Auditors of, 50, 51, 487, 571, 617; fees of, tables of, public display of, 175; petition referred to, 488; warrants to, 201, 206. See also Godolphin, S.; Jett, T. grant to Prince of Wales of, 249. messenger for levying. See Swaine, J. rack rents, 599, 604. Receivers of, 201, 206, 292; accounts of, 39. remissions sought, 599. state of, 50.
-,-, Surveyor General of, 51, 89, 349, 488, 616, 617. constat made out by, 381. letters to, 115, 124, 142, 534, 538, 601. payment by, 249. payment to, 249. petitions, etc., referred to, 62, 71, 72, 91, 92, 144, 161, 169, 170, 205, 207, 214, 221, 226, 228, 240, 242, 244, 249, 251, 271, 281, 283, 299, 306, 310, 311, 313, 314, 336, 354, 355, 364, 374, 383, 408, 469, 556, 571, 585, 598, 599, 607, 611. premises put into possession of, 105. ratals by, 89, 107, 108, 109, 149, 188, 222, 247, 278, 349, 365, 371, 381, 382, 426, 427, 604, 608, 609. reports of, 50, 89, 108, 151, 202, 210, 243, 250, 292, 293, 314, 324, 365, 370, 384, 581, 599, 601, 604. salary of, 162, 200, 545, 554. travelling charges of, 162, 545. warrants to, 89, 210, 243, 250, 293, 314, 324, 365, 384, 581, 599, 604. See also Cholmley, H.; Manley, J.; Pendarves, A.; Young, R.
-,-, surveys, 210.
-,-, titles of, 15.
-, forfeited. See Forfeited Estates.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Landsurveyors. See Customs; Scotland Customs.

Landwade, Launward, co. Cambridge, 349.

Landwaiters. See Customs; Scotland Customs.

Lane, Frances, Lady Lanesborough, petition for extension of lease of premises near St. James's Park, 336.

-, John, late commander of the Hern, prosecuted for running East India goods, 126.

-, Sir Richard, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Worcester, 425; Justice of the Peace for the same county, 381; Sheriff of the same, 297.

-, Thomas, annuity of, 54, 194, 466.

-, -, late a stamper in the Stamp Office, 71.

Lanesborough, Lady. See Lane, Frances.

Langhorne, Daniel, a Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 96, 113, 160, 309.

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

Langrac, Anne de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Langton, George, late Inspector of the Outport Collectors' Accounts in England, Wales and Berwick on Tweed, 567.

Lanham, Richard, Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Wiltshire, 167.

Lansdown, Lord. See Granville, G.

Lant, Matthew, royal bounty for, 134, 200.

Lanyon, John, junior, riding officer for the coast of Cornwall between Chapel Angather and St. Ives, 323.

La Penotiere. See Penotiere.

La Pie. See Pie.

Lapworth, co. Warwick, 401.

Larden, John, pension for, 238.

Larissa, Joseph, and Company, supplying mule carriage for the service of the Army in Spain, 287.

La Roche. See Roche.

Lasher, Henry, riding officer at Dymchurch, 503.

Lasingby, William, late Agent [for Customs] in Guernsey and Jersey, 138, 220.

Latin Secretary. See King's Latin Secretary.

Latour, Peter, musician to the King of Denmark, bounty for, 498.

Latton, John, searcher of Plymouth port, 351.

Latus, Ferdinando, Customer outwards of Newcastle port, 544.

Lauderdale, Earl of. See Maitland, C.

Launay, Leuise de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Launce, Joane, pension for, 232.

Launditch, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Launward. See Landwade.

Laverny, Susanne, pension for, 232.

Lavorock, George, landcarriagewaiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, to be tidewaiter at Leith, 102.

Law, King's Counsellor of. See Denton A.; Professor and Reader of, in Cambridge University. See Dickins, F.; in Glasgow University, 324.

Law, Giles, grant of the manor of King's Cliffe to, 426.

Lawrence, , Surveyor of the King's Private Roads temp. Charles II, 601.

-, Daniel, Customer of Petty Customs Inwards, London port, 351.

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

Laws, John, late His Majesty's Secretary at Brussels, 186.

Lawson, Alfred, Collector of Customs in Poole port, 211.

-, Dame Anna. See St. George, Anna.

-, Sir John, Vice Admiral, pension granted to daughter of, 244, 422.

-, Joseph, a Serjeant at Arms, 148, 206, 272, 459, 539, 564.

-, Thomas, collector of Customs at Stockton, dismissed, 313.

-, -, late waiter and searcher at South Shields, 576.

Layng, John, pension for, 232.

Layton, Thomas, weighing porter in London port, dismissed, 129.

Lea, Hamlet of, co. Warwick, 403.

Leacroft, John, Treasurer to the Commissioners for building 50 new Churches in London, 55, 178, 219, 478, 582, 596.

Lead, duties on. See Customsduties.

Leake, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Leamington Hastings, co. Warwick, 402.

Leamington, Lemington, Priors, co. Warwick, 401.

Leaper, William, commander of the Customs smack at Wivenhoe, 534.

Leather, duties on. See Hides and Skins.

Leathes, William, late His Majesty's Secretary at Brussels, 72, 173, 414; Resident in the Austrian Low Countries, 170, 240, 346, 415, 550.

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

Le Bas. 'See Bas.

Le Bask's, North America, 517.

Le Blanc. See Blanc.

Le Blanc's, North America, near Annapolis, chapel at, 517.

Lechmere, Anthony, Justice of the Peace for co. Worcester, 381.

-, Sir Nicholas], late Solicitor General, 67.

-, William, Register and Comptroller of the 1712 Adventure (10l. Lottery), 65, 196, 315.

Lee, Abell, petition for reward for discovering tobacco frauds, 389, 547.

-, George, late a Collector of the Revenue in Ireland, 409.

-, Israel, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, 505.

-, Mary, pension for, 231.

-, Richard, annuity order in the name of, 307.

-, -, Keeper of Fair Oak Walk in Windsor Forest, 367.

-, -, merchant, security for Sir R. Dunckley and T. Coutts, petition of, 227.

-, Thomas, distributor of stamps for Chester city, 314.

-, William, tenant of land at Chatham, 380.

Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, T.

Leek Wootton, Leeke Wotten, co. Warwick, 401.

Leeward Caribbee Islands, Deputy Surveyor and Auditor General of Revenues in. See Jones, Joshua.
-, Four and a half per cent. Duty in, account of annual produce of, 388.
-, minister going to. See Smith, W.

Lefever, Stephen, musician to the King of Denmark, bounty for, 498.

Le Gendre. See Gendre.

Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth, a Secretary of State, 287.

Legh. See Leigh.

Leghorn, Italy, 216; British seamen deserting ship at, 603; Consul at. See Crow, C.; Vice-Consul at, 186.

Le Goux. See Goux.

Le Grand. See Grand.

Lehupe and Turnor, offreckonings assigned to, 41, 42.

Leicester, county of, lands in, seized for debts, 561, 586. See also Quash, J.
-, Receiver General of the duties on Houses, 374, 569. See also Blundell, B.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Blundell, B.; Bradgate, J.
-, Sheriff of. See Meers, Sir J.; Mundy, F.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Draycot, W.; Ellis, R.; Musson, J.; Penavayre, A.

Leicester, Earl of. See Sydney, J.

Leigh, co. Essex, Surveyor of Customs at. See Bowen, J.; waterman at, 504, 547.

Leigh (Legh), , colonel, regiment of Foot of, 261, 338.

-, Colveley, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 158, 388, 607.

-, Thomas, payment for seizing seditious papers, 202.

-, William, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Lancaster, 53.

Leighton Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Leighton, Susanna, pension for, 231.

Leinster, Duke of. See Schonberg.

Leith, co. Edinburgh, 140.
-, boatman at, 507.
-, coastwaiter at, 505.
-, Dutch troops transported to, 20.
-, King's warehouse at, brandy taken by Rebels from, 299.
-, landwaiter at, 505.
-, searcher at, 505.
-, tidewaiters at, 101, 102, 506, 507, 604.

Leith. See Lieth.

Le Neve (Leneave), Edmond, royal mines in manor of King's Cliffe demised to, 426.

-, Edward, searcher in London port, superseded, 436.

-, John, royal mines in manor of King's Cliffe demised to, 426.

-, Peter, Norroy King at Arms, 69, 458, 542; journeying to the Court of Hanover with Garter ensigns, 405.

Lennox, Charles, 6th Duke of Richmond, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.

-, John, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, dismissed, 505.

Leopards, in the Tower, 487.

Lepell, Nicholas, brigadier, regiment of Dragoons of, pay of, 258, 259, 338; regiment of Foot of, pay of, 256, 260.

Le Petit. See Petit.

Leprie, Joseph, an Italian, affidavit of, concerning the Constantine, 22.

Leslie, David, 5th Baron Lindores, annuity of, 195, 454, 540, 559.

-, George, a Deputy Chamberlain for joining tallies in the Exchequer Court, 115, 179, 206, 541.

-, John, 9th Earl of Rothes, High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church in Scotland, 218; royal bounty for, 215.

L'Espine. See Espine.

Lester, Joseph, employed in the business of Sick and Wounded Seamen, 406.

Letters, of administration, 584; of attorney, 584.

Le Vascor. See Vascor.

Leverton, Haverton, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Levingston, Patrick, tidewaiter at Aberdeen, dismissed, 506.

Levy, Benjamin, payment to, for Victualling services, 606.

Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Feu duties of, 488; tidewaiters at, 507.

Lewis, John, recommended for Customs appointment in co. Pembroke, 517.

Leyton, Sir Edward, bart., of Loton, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Salop, 424.

Libraries, King's, books to be acquired for, 123; Keeper of. See Bentley, R.

Lichfield, co. Stafford, Cathedral of, Dean and Chapter of, perpetuity for, 59, 465, 563; Vicars Choral of, perpetuity for, 59, 465, 563.

Lidderdale, James, Dr., royal bounty for, 130, 296.

Lieth, Albrecht, freiherr von der, Minister from the Czar of Muscovy, 485.

Liethuzer, Conrade, Keeper of the Prince of Wales's spaniels, 89.

Lifford, Earl of. See Rochefoucault, F. W. de Roye de la.

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

Lightfoot, Robert, junior, Receiver General of the duties on Houses for co. Cambridge, 356; Receiver General of Taxes for the county, town and university of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, 169.

Lighthorne, co. Warwick, 401.

Lighthouses. See Eddystone.

Lilly, Stephen, late Receiver General of the Post Office, 172, 173, 457.

Limerick, co. Limerick, public works done at, 203.

Linchwood Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Lincoln, county of, Commissioners to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in, 425.
-, Crown Land Revenues in, Auditor of, 575.
-, estates in, 524.
-, Receiver General of the duties on Houses, 375.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Banks, L.; Harneis, J.; Whittingham, R.
-, recruits raised in, 374.
-, Sheriff of. See Anderson, F.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Ellis, R.; Musson, J.; White, W.

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

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, H.

Lindhurst. See Lyndhurst.

Lindores, Lord. See Leslie, D.

Lindsay, John, tidewaiter at Inverness, declining service, 505.

-, -, 20th Earl of Crawford, annuity of, 96, 195, 454, 540, 559.

Linens, duties on. See Customs duties; from Bremen, 20; from Brunswick Luneburg, 93; from Germany, 174; from Hanover, 20, 190; from Holland, 127, 273, 274.

Linlithgow, co. Linlithgow, houses made fit for the reception of prisoners in, 303.

Linlithgow, Earl of. See Livingston, J.

Linton, John, petition on behalf of R, Wise, 118.

Lions, lionesses, in the Tower, 81, 354, 487.

Lipscombe, Joseph, living in Pall Mall, London, 108.

Lisbon, Portugal, Dutch ship leaving for Holland from, 577; gold coins brought from, 327.

Lisle, Geo., collector at Lyme Regis, to act as customer there, 129.

-, George, late searcher of Poole port, 140.

-, Warren, searcher of Poole port, 140, 210, 589.

Littlehampton, co. Sussex, boatman at, 534.
-, Collector and Customer at. See Went worth, J.
-, Comptroller of Customs at, deputy to, 504.
-, Custom House at, removed to Arundel, 383.
-, wool business at, riding officers for. See Ashby, J.; Thompson, F.; Wentworth, J.

Little Packington. See Packington.

Littleton, James, administrator of Sir Thomas, 281.

-, Sir Thomas, former Treasurer of the Navy, 143, 416, 418; accounts of, 2812, 495.

-, -, bart., a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Worcester, 425; lost order of loan on Subsidies in the name of, 441.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 370, 454, 467, 534, 585.
-, Collector of Customs at. See Scarborough, E.
-, Customs officers at, 101, 482, 483.
-, gaol at, 191.
-, landsurveyors at, 576.
-, Mayor of, 191.
-, merchants of, 101, 483.
-, rebels transported to America from, 191.
-, searcher of, 191, 451.
-, Sessions of Oyer and Terminer at, 578.
-, tidesman at, 504.

Livesay, [John], major general, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 260.

Livingston, James, 5th Earl of Linlithgow, attainder of, 31n.

-, John, boatman at Queensferry, dismissed, 506.

Livorno, Italy, bill dated at, 186.

Livres. See Coins.

Lloyd (Loyd), , Dr., Chancellor of Worcester, Justice of the Peace for the same county, 381.

-, Hugh, salt officer, to be deputy to the Customer at Holyhead, 516.

-, John, landwaiter, London port, superseded, 437.

-, -, of London, merchant, security for W. Keith, 577.

-, Sir Nathaniell, King's Advocate General, 295.

-, Richard, pension for, 231.

-, Timothy, concerned in repairing the King's almshouses at Glaston, 292.

-, William, captain, in command of H.M.S. Glasgow, brandy seized by, 299.

Loans, by the Navy Treasurer. See Navy.
-, by the Paymaster of the Forces. See Clinton, H., Earl of Lincoln.
-,-, See also Assessments; Bank of England; Candles, duties on; Coals, duties on; Exchequer Receipt; Malt, duties on; South Sea Company; Tin, sale of.

Lochryan, co. Wigtown, boatmen at, 506.

Lockhart, Martha, pension for, 231.

Locksmith. See Royal Household.

Loddon, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Lodington, Benjamin, Agent and Consul at Tripoli, 194, 415, 474, 550.

Loftus, John, shipwright, payment for repairs to King's barges, 601; same to Queen's Barge of State, 486.

Logwood, duties on. See Excise duties.

LONDON, 23, 70, 73, 90, 136, 176, 188, 193, 216, 251, 298, 300, 304, 307, 355, 370, 373, 376, 393, 430, 431, 443, 454, 468, 523.
-, agents for pacquet boats to West Indies at, 376.
-, Bishop of, 234, 612; Dean of the Chapel Royal [at St. James's], 521; pension for, 235. See also Robinson, J.
-, Brewery, Excise officers accounting for stock in hand, 430.
-, Chamberlain of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, Churches in, building of 50 new, Commissioners for, 7, 110, 142, 178, 478, 582, 596; loans for, 142, 143, 478, 582, 596.
-,-, Treasurer for. See Leacroft, J.; Smith, H.
-, distributor of stamps for. See Hudson, J.; Palmer, W.
-, Fishmongers' Company, 92.
-, French refugees residing in, 240.
-, Hospitals, bills drawn for, 211.
-, Houses, duties on, Receiver General of, 561. See also Fazakerley, Sir W.; Surveyors of. See Batten, L.; Bavand, E.; Bavand, T.; Brown, G.; Colton, R.; Edwards, B.; Ewen, R.; Lowndes, F.; Masters, I.; Newington, T.; Rickabee, R.; Wentworth, J.; Windebank, J.;
-, liberties and parishes of, poor in, charities for relief of, 612.
-, Lord Mayor of, 282, 612; annuity for Christ's Hospital children paid to, 199, 464; applying bounty money for sufferers in the fire at Ratcliff, 582; See also Bateman, Sir J.; Humphreys, Sir W.
-, merchants of, 82, 116, 144, 217, 396, 547, 552, 577, 578, 603, 604.
-, poor of, relief of, 58, 235, 465, 466, 562, 563, 566, 568, 612.
-, port of, coastwaiters in, 99, 129, 246, 437, 503.
-,-, Cocquet Seal, Keeper of. See Montagu, C.; Montagu, J.
-,-, collector, 530.
-,-, Collector Inwards, 61, 296, 351, 452, 554, 597.
-,-, Collector Outwards, 351, 367, 438.
-,-, Comptroller of Customs, 351. See also Downing, C.
-,-, copying clerk outwards, 534.
-,-, Custom House, in Thames Street, 135, 177, 240, 282, 445, 532, 594.
-,-, Customer of Petty Customs Inwards, 250, 351.
-,-, Entries Inwards, copying clerk of, 247; assistant to, 534.
-,-, King's waiters, 15, 61, 107, 140, 215, 298, 323, 431, 451, 477, 510, 535, 553, 600. deputies, 61, 212, 250, 323, 452, 532, 554, 597. salaries, 72, 143, 226, 390.
-,-, landcarriageman, 409, 417, 437, 438, 503, 602; extraordinary, 82, 116.
-,-, landsurveyors, 436.
-,-, land waiters, 437, 533, 534.
-,-, noontenders, 61, 436, 577.
-,-, officers of Customs, 207, 547.
-,-, Outward Duties, falling off in, 156.
-,-, patent searchers, 31.
-,-, salary bills, 174, 309, 502.
-,-, searchers, 247, 436, 438; chief searcher. See Fowlis, Sir W.; Office of, 31, 357; Surveyor of, 438, 533. See also Canby, H.
-,-, ships' entries, clerk of, assistant to, 534.
-,-, ships seized in, 311, 603. Surveyor of Customs, parchment books and other necessaries for, 120. See also Allen, J.; Gibson, T.; Green, J.
-,-, tidesmen, inferior list, 61, 99, 174, 246, 323, 409, 438, 441, 503, 533, 534. irregular practices of, complaint concerning, 536. superior list, 99, 174, 247, 323, 409, 441, 534.
-,-, tidesurveyors, 99.
-,-, undersearchers, 438.
-,-, warehousekeepers, 492, 495, 533, 585.
-,-, warehouses, for prohibited East India goods, and for tea and coffee imported by the East India Company, Comptrollers of, 437.
-,-, watchmen, 98, 247, 324, 504, 534.
-,-, watermen, 577.
-,-, weighers, 533.
-,-, weighing porters, 98, 129, 577.
-,-, wharfingers, 92.
-,-, wine-taster, 436.
-, rebel prisoners brought from Preston to, 130.
-, Remembrancer of. See Johnson, J.
-, Sheriffs of, 118, 282. See also Breedon, Sir R.; Conyers, Sir G.; Cook, C.; Knipe, Sir R.
-, ships arriving at, 213, 219.
-, stationer of, 108.
-, Taxes, Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.

London, Robert, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

LONDON AND WESTMINSTER,
-, Streets and Places in:
-, Angell Yard, Angel 1 Inn in, 109.
-, Arundel Street, Strand, 136.
-, Ayr Street, 107.
-, Bear Key, 92.
-, Bishopsgate Street, 104.
-, Brewers Street, 107.
-, Bury Street, Berry Street, St. James's, 161, 243, 336, 371.
-, Channell Row, 182, 319, 449.
-, Charing Cross, 604; Royal Mews and Stables at, 124, 252, 370, 384, 480, 544, 604.
-, Charles Street, St. James's, 306, 383, 599, 611.
-, Cheapside, 33, 385.
-, Cleveland Court, 599.
-, Cleveland Garden, 221.
-, Cockpit, 272, 508.
-, Cornhill, 58.
-, Custom House, 135, 177, 240, 282, 445, 532, 594.
-, Custom House Quay, 92, 422,
-, Denham Buildings, 420.
-, Denmark House, works at, 163, 369, 480, 543.
-, Duke Street, St. James's, 336, 383, 611.
-, Eyre Street, 374.
-, Fleet prison, 110, 217; Warden of, 273, 504.
-, Fleet Street, 558.
-, Franches Street, 107.
-, Fulham Road, 601.
-, Germaine Street. See below Jermyn Street.
-, Glasshouse Street, 71.
-, Golden Square, 527.
-, Great Scotland Yard, 420.
-, Guildhall, 104.
-, Haymarket, 107, 108, 364.
-, High Street, Charing Cross, 384.
-, Holborn, 598.
-, Horse and Foot Guards, repairs at, 514, 515.
-, Hyde Park, deer in, hay and beans for, 456, 511, 540, 560.
-, encampment of Foot Guards in, 37, 433, 574.
-, gate attendant, 456, 540.
-, Keeper of. See Portman, H.
-, Paddock in, 511.
-, underkeepers, wages of, 455, 540, 560.
-, Inner Temple, King's Remembrancer's Office in, 533.
-, Inner Temple Hall, 420.
-, Inns of Chancery, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, Inns of Court, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, Jermyn (Jermain, Jermin, Germaine) Street, Piccadilly, 72, 108, 144, 250, 313, 314, 336, 364, 386.
-, King Street, 420.
-, King's Arms Tavern, Pall Mall, 383.
-, Leadenhall Street, 91, 535.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 142, 489, 512.
-, Mall, the, in St. James's Park, 49, 164, 543, 583, 597.
-, Markett Street, 108, 144, 250, 365.
-, Marylebone, Mary bone, 107.
-, Mercers Hall, 479.
-, Middle Temple, 531.
-, Morter, in Pall Mall Street, 427.
-, Murrell's Yard, 109.
-, Newgate prison, 139, 224, 477, 570; guards at, discovery of a design for corruption of, 253.
-, Old Bailey, 602; Justice Hall in, 253; Sessions at, 558.
-, Osander's Coffee House, 142.
-, Palace Yard, 596.
-, Pale Pingle, St. Giles' in the Fields, 354.
-, Pall Mall, 64, 108, 132, 313, 364, 365, 383, 384, 427, 604.
-, Pall Mall Field alias St. James's Field, 72, 108, 188, 205, 314, 364, 365, 371, 426, 427.
-, Pall Mall Street, 205, 427, 608.
-, Pastry Yard, Whitehall, 214.
-, Phnix Yard, Haymarket, 107.
-, Piccadilly, 72, 109, 250, 314.
-, Pimlico Gate, 601.
-, Porters Key, 92.
-, Portugal Street, 314, 374.
-, Privy Garden, Whitehall, 244, 604.
-, Ralph's Key, 92.
-, Ratcliff, fire at, royal bounty for sufferers in, 582.
-, Roebuck, in Cheapside, 33, 385.
-, Rose and Dolphin tavern, 90, 92, 118.
-, Rossington Street, 221, 222.
-, Round Rundles, in Swallow Field, 71, 109, 374.
-, Sabs Dock, 92.
-, St. Albans Street, 364.
-, St. Botolph's, churchwardens of, perpetuity for their poor, 58, 465, 568.
-, St. Giles in the Fields, 354.
-, St. James's, Clerkenwell, 568.
-, St. James's in the Fields, manor and bailiwick of, 89, 107, 205, 228, 243, 250, 336, 354, 365, 374, 383.
-, St. James's Field. See above Pall Mall Field.
-, St. James's Market, 313, 314.
-, St. James's Market Place, 108, 599.
-, St. James's Palace, 226, 228, 300, 305.
-,-, ale house adjoining, risk of fire through, 142.
-,-, Assessments for, Commissioners of, 1, 70, 93, 429.
-,-, Backstairs rooms, cleaning of, 322.
-,-, Ball Room, 321.
-,-, Bedchamber, 321; Women of, 586; lodgings of, 486, 520.
-,-, Chapel Royal, curtain for, 290; furnishings for, 78; Gallery, 321; organ in, repair of, 486; prayers read at, 321, 601.
-,-, cleaning of rooms in, necessary women for, 514.
-,-, Clerk of the Kitchen, Office of, 118.
-,-, clocks and watches at, care of, 319.
-,-, Confectionery at, 508.
-,-, Council Chamber, 118, 189, 321.
-,-, Count Platen's Chamber, 74.
-,-, Duchess of Munster's bedchamber, 580.
-,-, fire engines, etc., shed for, 138, 371, 508.
-,-, Gardens at, 447.
-,-, German Chancery Rooms in, 322.
-,-, Grand Marshal's lodgings, 118.
-,-, Great Closet, 520.
-,-, Great Council Chamber, 321.
-,-, Great Drawing Room, 189, 321.
-,-, King's Apartment, cleaning and painting of, 362, 416.
-,-, kitchen to be built for Princess of Wales, 535.
-,-, Land Tax assessments in, Commissioners for, 429.
-,-, Library, Keeper of. See Bentley, R.
-,-, Little Council Chamber, 321.
-,-, Little Drawing Room, 74, 321.
-,-, lodgings at, 118, 184, 201, 362, 416, 486, 520.
-,-, Madame Schulenberg's apartment in, 74, 521, 580.
-,-, Mile. D'Oppeln's lodgings in, 201.
-,-, Madame Kielmansegg's lodgings in, 362, 416.
-,-, Pheasant Court in, 306, 397, 520, 586.
-,-, premises adjoining, lease of, 108.
-,-, Prince arid Princess of Wales's Apartments at, 306; furnishings for, 74, 118, 190, 251, 609; painting of, 520, 586; woman-in-waiting in, 520.
-,-, Princesses' Apartment at, 74; Bedchambers, 274, 521; Dining Room, 609; Dressing Room, 274,290,520,521,522; furnishings for, 274, 609; Governess's apartment, 520; Nursery, 118, 274, 306, 397, 520, 522, 586; Outward Waiting Room, 609; painting of, 586; Presence Chamber, 521.
-,-, Reader of Prayers at, 321.
-,-, royal letters patent dated at, 196.
-,-, royal warrants dated at, 62, 75, 77, 82, 90, 93, 94, 98, 102, 104, 105, 112, 121, 124, 132, 133, 134, 146, 181, 184, 185, 196, 197, 202, 215, 216, 218, 222, 225, 246, 250, 252, 266, 268, 271, 272, 274, 278, 281, 283, 284, 288, 290, 294, 296, 302, 308, 310, 324, 343, 345, 372, 532, 538, 544, 552, 567, 575, 582, 586, 590, 610, 611, 612, 614.
-,-, Taxes, arrears of, 93; Receiver General of, 1. See also Parsons, E.; Taylor, J.
-,-, Underhousekeeper of, 318. See also Brown, E.
-,-, Wardrobekeeper at, 318. See also Hutton, T.
-,-, water from the New River for, 321.
-,-, works at, 163, 226, 252, 362, 369, 371, 397, 416, 480, 508, 520, 537, 543, 580, 586.
-,-, Yeomen of the Guard at, 521.
-, St. James's parish, in the Liberty of Westminster, 364, 426, 427; poor of, pension for, 235; rector and churchwarden of, 64.
-, St. James's Park, 336.
-,-, boats in, 137.
-,-, Chief Ranger and Keeper of. See Chetwynd, W.
-,-, deer in, hay for, 137.
-,-, fish and fowl in, 137.
-,-, gatekeepers, wages of, 137.
-,-, houses contiguous to walls of, 221, 222.
-,-, lease of ground in, 89.
-,-, Mall in, 543; sweeping and shelling of, 49, 583, 597; works at, 164.
-,-, underkeepers of, wages of, 137, 543.
-,-, Wilderness in, Keeper of, allowance to, 137.
-, St. James's Place, 89, 221, 599.
-, St. James's, Royal Mews and Stables at, repairs needed at, 70, 110, 480.
-, St. James's Street, 188, 228, 426, 536, 599.
-, St. John Baptist, Walbrook, churchwardens of, perpetuity for their poor, 58, 465, 562.
-, St. Magnus, churchwardens of, perpetuity for their poor, 58, 466, 566.
-, St. Margaret's, Westminster, poor of, pension for, 235.
-, St. Martin's in the Fields, 107, 109, 188, 221, 364, 384, 426, 560, 604; poor of, pension for, 235.
-, St. Michael's, Cornhill, church wardens of, perpetuity for their poor, 58, 465, 563.
-, St. Thomas's Hospital, 406.
-, Salisbury Court, 558.
-, Savoy, barracks, infirmary, etc., in, 76, 574; works done at, 480, 544.
-,-, Churchyard, 469.
-,-, French ministers in, annuity of, 199, 311.
-,-, Hospital or Dissolved Monastery of, estates of, Receiver of rents of. See Burton, S.; houses in, repairs, etc., 438, 469, 515; Master and Chaplains of, 293; messuages and lands leased from, 310, 311, 382.
-, Scotland Yard, 91, 356.
-, Serle Street, 489.
-, Shug Lane, 354.
-, Somerset House, Chapel at, furnishings for, 138, 521.
-,-, Clerk of the Works at, 76, 585, 586.
-,-, Council Chamber of the Prince of Wales at, 538, 561.
-,-, gardener at, 183, 319, 450.
-,-, Housekeeper of.See Hutton, T.
-,-, lodgings in, 76.
-,-, Underhousekeeper and Wardrobekeeper at, 318.
-, Stable Yard, East, 365.
-, Strand, 136.
-, Surrey Street, 115.
-, Swallow Field, 71, 72, 109.
-, Swallow Street, 71, 354.
-, Temple, the, Master of. See Sherlock, T.
-, Thames Street, 92, 149, 212, 396, 422.
-, Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, 599.
-, Thistle and Crown, in Pall Mall Street, 427.
-, Tilt Yard, 407.
-, Tothill, Tuttle, Fields, Hospital in, pension for, 235.
-, Tower, the, 92, 212.
-,-, Csar's Chapel in, digesting the records in, Chief Clerk for. See Holmes, G.; Supervisor of. See Topham, R.
-,-, Chapel in, furnishings for, 520.
-,-, Lieutenant Governor of. See Crompton, H.
-,-, lions and other beasts in, dens and huts for, 81; keeper of, 354, 487.
-,-, Mint in, recoining of gold moidores into English specie, 327; same with silver ryalls, 601.
-,-, prisoner in, subsistence of, 38, 442.
-,-, St. Peter's ad Vincula, Vicar of, perpetuity to, 59, 466, 563.
-,-, tin stored in, 46, 223, 567.
-,-, White Tower, Records of the Chancery Court to be removed to, 139, 396.
-,-, works at, 163, 369, 480, 543; Clerk of, 585, 586.
-, Tower Hill, 92, 118, 211.
-, Tower Street, 297.
-, Vine Street, 71, 72, 109.
-, Vine Tavern, 90, 92, 118, 149.
-, Walbrook, 58.
-, Wapping, French Church at, Minister of, pension for, 235.
-, Westminster Hall, 554.
-,-, Court erected in, 600.
-,-, King's Closet in, 77.
-,-, lamps set up in, 360, 583.
-,-, Throne in, furnishings for, 522.
-,-, trials in, 77, 88, 394.
-,-, for Westminster generally see Westminster.
-, Whitehall, 1, 26, 63, 65, 105, 154, 158, 186, 193, 194, 214, 216, 241, 242, 244, 315, 413, 415, 472, 473, 585, 597, 604, 606.
-, Whitehall Palace, Assessments for, Commissioners of, 1, 70, 93, 429.
-,-, Chapel Royal, furnishings 2 for, 521; repair of organ in, 486.
-,-, clocks and watches at, care of, 319.
-,-, Housekeeper at, 318. See also Kirk, P.
-,-, lodgings of King's Barber at, 580.
-,-, Privy Garden, 318.
-,-, Standing Wardrobe in, Keeper of. See Child, D.
-,-, stable at, repair of, 221.
-,-, Taxes, arrears of, 93; Receiver General of, 1. See also Parsons, E.; Taylor, J.
-,-, Underhousekeeper at. See Beddoe, R.
-,-, works at, 163, 369, 480, 543,580; Clerk of, 586.
-, White Hart, in Holborn, 598.
-, White's Chocolate House, 536.
-, Wiggons Key, 92.
-, Windmill Fields, 107.
-, Wood Street Compter, 467, 602.
-, York Buildings, 115, 116.

London, Robert, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Londonderry, Governor of. See Meredith, T.; ships of, 56, 192, 463, 565; siege of, 124.

Lone, William, presentment as General Surveyor for tobacco in Scotland, 467.

Long, James, royal bounty for, 27.

-, John, riding officer for the wool business at Brighton, dismissed, 174.

Long Compton, co. Warwick, 400.

Long Lawford, co. Warwick, 402.

Longbottom, Richard, pension for, 231; royal bounty for, 51.

Longbridge, Edmund, Deputy Comptroller of the accounts of Salt duties, 468.

Longthorpe, Thorp, co. Northampton, 96.

Longuevergne, Hester de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

-, Lucreece de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

-, Olympe de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Looking-glasses, for the Indians, 224.

Lorain, Margaret, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Lord Almoner. See King's Almoner.

Lord Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

Lord Chancellor, deputy to, 605; equipage of, at trials in the House of Lords, payment for, 26, 309; fees of, 605; petition referred to, 88. See also Cowper, W., Lord Cowper.

Lord Chief Baron. See Exchequer Court.

-,Scotland. See Scotland Exchequer Court.

Lord Chief Justice. See King's Bench.

Lord High Treasurer. See Exchequer Court.

Lord Justice Clerk, Scotland. See Scotland.

Lord Keeper. See Privy Seal.

Lord President. See Privy Council.

Lord Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

Lord Steward. See Royal Household.

Lords, House of, cleansing and sanitary arrangements at, attendant for, 87, 2767.
-, Doorkeepers of, reward distributed among, 312.
-, fines imposed by order of, 311, 343.
-, Gentleman Usher Black Rod attending, 183, 321, 450.
-, orders of, 343.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending. See Jephson, F.; Stone, C.
-, Speaker of, 294, 457.
-, trials before, on impeachments for high treason, 26, 309.
-, under-clerk attending. See Merest, J.

Lords Justices, directions of, 194; in Ireland. See Ireland.

Lordships, named:
-, Angey Fee.
-, Ardmanoch.
-, Urquhart.

Lorraine, Abb, in Paris, 577.

Loton, co. Salop, 424.

LOTTERIES:
-, 1697. Malt Lottery (Adventure of 1,400,000l. as by the Act 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 22), Comptroller of, clerk of, 582; report of, 431. See also Duncombe, J.
-,-, Office for, disbursements of, 435; necessaries delivered to, 435.
-,-, Paymaster of, account of, 435; payment by, 582; petition referred to, 136; report of, 431. See also Arnold, N.; Crompton, .
-,-, tickets, counterfeits of, seizure of plates for making, 419; interest on. 431; payment of, 136, 431.
-, 1710. Lottery Annuities of 1,500,000l. (as by the Act 8 Anne, c. 10), accounts of, 213.
-,-, Commissioners for, 213.
-,-, Office for, 435, 475, 588.
-,-, Paymaster of, 391, 478. See also Humble, Sir J.
-,-, payment of annuities out of Fund of, 391, 536.
-,-, Receivers of (Bank of England), 213; accounts of, 478, 479; allowance to, 479.
-,-, Transfer Office for, 91, 475, 535, 588; chief clerk in, salary of, 391; Commissioner of. See Strickland, T.
-, 1711. Adventure of 1,500,000l. (10l. Lottery, 1711, as by the Act 9 Anne, c. 6), accounts of, 213.
-,-, Commissioners for, 213.
-,-, Comptrollers of, 196; paying interest on standing orders, 173, 512; petitions referred to, 71, 347; warrant to, 512.
-,-, incidents, 513, 571.
-,-, Office for, in Exchequer Receipt, 588.
-,-, officers, salaries of, 513.
-,-, orders of loan on, lost, innovation of, 71, 347.
-,-, Paymaster of, 478; accounts of, 191; paying interest on standing orders, 173, 512; petition referred to, 71; warrant to, 512. See alsoChadwick, Sir A.; Hutchins, B.
-,-, principal and interest on, 141.
-,-, Receivers of (Bank of England ), 213; accounts of, 478, 479; allowance to, 479.
-,-, standing orders, interest on, 173, 512.
-,-, tickets, 173.
-, 1711. First Classis Lottery or Two Million Adventure (as by the Act 9 Anne, c. 16), clerks for, salaries of, 535.
-,-, Comptroller of, salary of, 535. See also Harcourt, H.
-,-, Office for, in Exchequer Receipt, 588.
-,-, Paymaster of. See Colt, J. D.
-, 1712. Adventure of 1,800,000l. (10l. Lottery, 1712, as by the Act 10 Anne, c. 18), accounts of, 213; passing of, 196.
-,-, Commissioners for, 213.
-,-, Comptroller of, 392. See also Lechmere, W.
-,-, funds appropriated for payment of, 66.
-,-, Office for, incidents of, 534, 571; rent of, 392, 545.
-,-, Paymaster of, 478. See also Jett, T.
-,-, principal and interest, payment of, 392.
-,-, Receivers of (Bank of England), 213; accounts of, 478, 479; allowance to, 479.
-,-, Register of. See Lechmere, W.
-,-, Tickets, reduced principal of, interest on, 66, 315.
-, 1712. Second Classis Lottery or Second 1,800,000l. (as by the Act 10 Anne, c. 19), accounts of, 213.
-,-, Commissioners for, 213.
-,-, Comptroller of, salary of, 545.
-,-, Paymaster of, 478; clerks of, 545; salary of, 545. See also Phillips, A.
-,-, payments in course on, 141.
-,-, principal and interest on, fund for discharging, 545.
-,-, Receivers of (Bank of England), 213; accounts of, 478, 479; allowance to, 479.
-, 1713. Civil List Lottery for 500,000l. (as by the Act 12 Anne, c. 11), 36.
-,-, Paymaster of. See Burdus, T.
-,-, principal and interest on, payment of, 532.
-, 1714. Adventure of 1,400,000l. (as by the Acts 13 Anne, c. 18, and 1 Geo. I, c. 2), accounts of, making up of, 142; passing of, 213, 479.
-,-, blanks, benefits, prizes, etc., state of, 528, 529.
-,-, Comptroller and Register of, clerks of, 528; salary of, 528. See also Barton, M.
-,-, Fond of, deficiencies of, 439, 575; making good of (as by clause in 1 Geo. 1, c. 43), 80, 528. income for, rates and duties appropriated for, 528; satisfaction of interest out of, 171, 176, 528, 529, 575.
-,-, Paymaster of, clerks of, 528; salary of, 528. See also Murray, G.
-,-, Receivers of (Bank of England ), 213; accounts of, 478, 479; allowance to, 479.
-,-, standing orders, interest on, 528.
-,-, Tickets, Commissioners for taking in, 213; salary of, 528. See also Arnold, N.; Cornwallis, T.; Rhodes, C.; Tilson, C.
-, annuities, payable at the Exchequer, deficiencies of, account to be made of, 71.
-, Offices (in Exchequer Receipt), 36.
-,-, messengers, watchmen, etc., of, 479.
-,-, printing expenses of, 592.
-,-, stationery wares for, 36, 475, 479.
-,-, tea, coffee, etc., for, 479.
-, orders, Commissioners for making forth, 479, 569; reports of, 36, 592.
-,-, lost, innovation of, 141, 307.
-, Paymasters of, accounts of, Auditors of, 584; books and papers of, submitted to the Treasury Lords by the Auditors of Imprests, 584.
-, Tickets, Commissioners for taking in, 419. See also Arnold, N.; Cornwallis, T.; Rhodes, C.; Tilson, C.
-,-, lost, duplicates to be made of, 307.

Loudoun, Earl of. See Campbell, H.

Loughton Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Louis d'or. See Coins.

Louth Esk, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Louvigny, Henrietta de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

-, Jeanne de Bene de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

-, Mary de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

Lovat, Lord. See Fraser, S.

Love, Charles, minister and schoolmaster going to Barbados, passage money for, 215, 226.

Loveden, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, lease of the farm of, 277; Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Lovelace, Charlotte, Lady Lovelace, pension for son of, 231, 378, 544.

Lovibond, Henry, Surveyor of the Queen Dowager's books, etc., 411, 590.

Loviss (Lovis), Herman, and Company, of London, merchants, petition for drawback on calicoes exported, 532, 603.

Low (Lowe), Charles, late a Paymaster of interest on Exchequer Bills, 66, 71.

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

-, Joseph, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.

Low Countries, Army in. See Army.

Low Wines, duties on. See Excise duties.

Lowen, William, Huntsman with the Royal Buckhounds, 173, 181, 201, 225, 499.

-, -, [brother of the Huntsman], a Yeoman Pricker of the Royal Buckhounds, 499.

-, -, [son of the Huntsman], a Yeoman Pricker of the Royal Buckhounds, 499.

Lower, Josina, pension for, 232.

Lowman, , indebted to the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 527.

-, , Mistress Laundress to his Majesty, 274.

-, Henry, Housekeeper at Kensington Palace, salary of, 63, 183, 393, 450, 546, 560.

-, Mary, Wardrobekeeper at Kensington Palace, salary of, 63, 393, 546, 560.

Lowndes, Francis, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for London, 54; same for co. Middlesex, 79.

-, Thomas, under-clerk at the Treasury, 160, 301, 615.

-, William, a Commissioner for Land Tax collection in the Palaces of Whitehall and St. James, 429.

-, -, Secretary of the Treasury, 7, 46, 55, 60, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 74, 81, 90, 91, 92, 93, 96, 100103, 105, 110, 111, 113116, 118, 120, 122, 124, 126, 127, 128, 132135, 137139, 141145, 149, 158, 160, 164, 165, 173177, 179, 189191, 196, 201, 204, 207, 209214, 219, 222, 225, 226, 228, 240, 242246, 248251, 271, 272, 277, 279, 280, 288290, 293, 294, 297, 299, 302, 306, 309, 311, 313, 323, 335, 343, 372, 373, 379, 382, 385, 386, 388390, 395, 396, 403, 404, 407, 409, 415419, 422, 430, 436, 441444, 446, 452, 455, 467, 470, 476, 481, 484, 490, 493, 494, 496, 502, 514, 516, 523, 531, 532, 533, 536538, 546, 547, 551, 554556, 558, 561, 568, 569, 570, 572, 577581, 583, 584, 589592, 595, 600602, 609, 610, 616; secret service issues to, 13, 44, 47, 133, 247, 262, 544, 575, 576.

-, -, junior, under-clerk at the Treasury, 160, 301, 500, 615.

Lowther, Robert, Captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados, 222, 432, 538; recalled, 392.

-, Thomas, [Chief Clerk of the Treasury], 355; Exchequer fees paid by, 13, 24, 32, 35, 47; issues to, 8, 30, 77, 125, 215, 296, 362, 610; payments by, 2, 15, 51, 439.

Loxley, co. Warwick, 399.

Loyd. See Lloyd.

Lucas, , witness in trial against J. Smith, 295.

Lucy (Lucey), George, of Charlecote, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Warwick, 424; Justice of the Peace for co. Warwick, 344, 399.

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

Ludby, John, petition for lease of houses in Westminster, 314.

Luddington, co. Warwick, 399.

Ludray, Richard, boatman at Yealme River in Plymouth port, dismissed, 577.

Ludwell, Philip, former Deputy Auditor of the Revenues in Virginia, 314.

Luke, George, Collector of Customs for the lower part of James River in Virginia, dismissed, 323.

Lurnley, [Henry], lieutenant general, regiment of Horse of, pay of, 261, 336.

-, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 161.

Lund, John, a bankrupt, in debt to the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 527.

Luneburg, Duke of. See Brunswick Luneburg.

Lunt, John, witness in the assassination plot against King William, pension for, 234.

Lustring Company, Royal, Directors of, 577.

Lutheran Chapel, porter of, pension for, 233; Reader of, pension for, 232.

Lux, , captain, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.

Lydd, co. Kent, in Dover port, riding officer for the wool business at, 174, 503.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, 212.
-, Cobb pier at, repair of, 130, 139, 195, 461, 542, 565.
-, collector of Customs at. See Badcock, H.; Lisle, G.
-, customer of, 129, 130.
-, Mayor and. Corporation of, annuity of, 130, 139, 195, 461, 542, 565.
-, wool business, riding officer for. See Ashby, J.; Sesse, J.

Lynch, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Suffolk, 167.

Lyndhurst, Lindhurst, co. Southampton, grant of premises called Cox leasowes in. 218; his Majesty's house and stables at, repair of, 171.

Lyndwood, bailiwick of. See New Forest.

Lynn, Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, collector of Customs at. SeeKent, J.
-, Corporation of, land granted by, 135.
-, Custom House, premises purchased for use as, 135, 164.
-, customer of. See Hare, H.
-, Customs officers at, 135.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
-, searcher at, 351.
-, waiter and searcher at, 247.

Lynn (Lyn), Francis, former Agent for the Garrison at Annapolis, 43, 46, 47, 495, 523, 524, 569, 599.

-, -, Secretary to the Commissioners for disbanding Marines, 428, 530; Secretary to the late Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 158.

Lynne, [? Lynton, co. Devon], Talbooth at, rent of, 138.

Lyons, France, 216, 508.