Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30, 1716. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.
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Quarantine. See Ships.
Quarme, Robert, deputy to a Comptroller of Customs, dismissed, 504.
Quarter Sessions, 73, 452.
Quash, Joseph, late Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Devon, 79; sale or grant of extended estates [in co. Leicester] of, 105, 145, 146, 561, 586.
Quebec, Quibec, Canada, prisoners held by French in, 518, 519; river of, 477.
Queen Anne. See Anne.
Queen Dowager. See Catherine of Bragana.
Queen's Herbstrewer. See Bill, Alice.
Queensferry, co. Linlithgow, boatman at, 99, 505, 506.
Quibec. See Quebec.
Quihill. See Quy.
Quilter, Joseph, petitioner to the House of Commons concerning unlawful fees imposed by the Auditors of Imprests, 103, 111.
Quinn, Henry, pension for, 233.
Quinney, Giles, a stamper in the Stamp Office, 604.
Quit Rents. See Ireland; New York; Plantations; Virginia.
Quy, Quihill, co. Cambridge, 349.
Raby, Lord. See Wentworth, T.; Earl of Strafford.
Radford Semele, Smieley, co. Warwick, 401.
Radnor, county of, Chief Justice of, 289. See also Cox, C.; Wright, W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Burton, S.; Powell, C.
-, Second Justice of, 289. See also Bridges, W.; Whitaker E.
-, Surveyor of the duties on Houses. See Chaloner, J.
Radnor, Earl of. See Roberts, C. B.
Radstat. See Rastadt.
Radway, co. Warwick, 400.
Ragley, co. Warwick, 400.
Rainsey. See Ramsey.
Rainsford (Raynsford), Francis, lieutenant colonel, pension for, 233.
-, Giles, minister going to Maryland, passage money for, 436.
-, Henry, royal bounty for, 110, 356.
Raite, Andrew, watchman of the Salt duty in the Alloa collection, dismissed, 506; presented to be an officer, 99.
Ralegh, Frances, widow, pension for, 233.
-, Philip, widow of, 233.
-, Thomas, lease of tenements in St. James's bailiwick, 354.
Ramage, Francis, watchman of the Salt duty in the Alloa collection, dismissed, 100.
Rambouilles de la Subliere. See Sabliere.
Rambure Drancourt. See Drancourt.
Rampton, Hampton, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.
Ramsay (Ramsey), Elizabeth, pension for, 233.
-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Dalhousie, pension of, 35, 230, 430.
-, William, tidewaiter at Aberdeen, removed, 505.
Ramsey, Rainsey, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.
Rancan, , brigadier, regiment of dismounted Dragoons of, pay of, 398.
Randal, Robert, warehousekeeper at Plymouth, 436.
Randue, Theodore, Housekeeper at Windsor Castle, 182, 449.
Ranelagh, Earl of. See Jones, R.
Rapin, , colonel, Commissary for the subsistence of Rebels at Preston, accounts of, 20; issue to, 37, 433.
Rastadt, Radstat, Germany, 413.
Ratisbon, Germany, Diet of the Empire at, Minister to. See Whitworth, C.
Ratkiller, of the Royal Household. See Stubbs, S.
Ratley, co. Warwick, 400.
Ratsford, William, holding tenements in St. James's parish, 365.
Raunte, Robert, occupying ground in Chipping Wycombe, 107.
Ravely, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.
Raven, Roger, captain, pension for, 233.
Raxby. See Roxby cum Risby.
Raynsford. See Rainsford.
Rea. See Reay.
Reach, Reath, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.
Read, John, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Dorset, 53; dismissed, 101.
Robert, keeper of a public house in Fleet Street, petition for recompense of losses in riots, 558.
-, Thomas, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Buckingham, 53.
Reading, co. Berkshire, Brookenborough Meadow, 426.
-, East Mead, 426.
-, Great Meadow, 426.
-, Gunters Brook, 426.
-, lease of lands and fishing in and near, 426.
-, manor of, 426.
-, Monastery of, Cellerer of, fishing rights pertaining to office of, 426.
-, Shipton Mead, 426.
-, Tan House Mead, 426.
-, Westhayes or Pondhayes, 426.
Reasby. See Revesby.
Reath. See Reach.
Reaves. See Reeves.
Reay, Lord. See Mackay, G.
REBELLION, THE, in 1715, 44, 180, 210, 240, 250, 275, 283, 307, 473, 505, 570, 592, 604.
-, Rebels, estates of, forfeiture of. See Forfeited Estates.
-,-, Expedition against, Commissary of Stores for. See Burroughs, .
-,-, in Holy Island Castle, 363.
-,-, in Scotland, 101, 139, 196, 299, 417; defeated near Dunblane, 129.
-,-, losses and damages caused by, Commissioners appointed to inquire into (as by Act 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 5), 424425.
-,-, ships taking arms for, seizure of, 295.
-,-, taken prisoner, at Perth, 7, 123, 124.
-,-, at Preston, 1, 20, 37, 40, 163, 185, 433; brought to London, 130.
-,-, Commissary for care of, 242.
-,-, officers guarding, pay of, 578.
-,-, subsistence of, 1, 37, 48, 55, 163, 242, 433, 578.
-, transporting to America of, 185, 191; escapes occurring through bribery, 404, 574, 578.
-, trial of, 145; at Bristol, 10; at Preston, 40; in co. Lancaster, 10, 112.
-, victory at Preston over, 2; General Officers at, 393.
-, witnesses against, brought from co. Lancaster, 393; from Liverpool, 370, 454.
Reboul, Mark Anthony, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Records, in Csar's Chapel in the Tower of London, digesting of, 143, 148, 272, 411, 568, 614.
-, in the Signet Office, 65.
-, in the Treasury of the Exchequer Receipt, sorting and ordering of, by Deputy Chamberlains, 96, 113, 309.
-, in the Treasury of the King's Bench, preservation of, 396, 554.
-, of the Court of Chancery, removed to the White Tower in the Tower of London, 139, 396.
-, of Recusants' forfeitures, 466, 557.
Recusants, forfeitures by, 64, records of, in the Exchequer Court, 466, 557.
Reddall, Ambrose, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Bedford, 168.
Redding (Reding), Deborah, labourer, 516.
-, Thomas, living in St. James's, Westminster, 107.
Redman, John, waiter and searcher at Boston, 212.
Reeder, John, surveyor, waiter and searcher at Blakeney and Cley, 61.
Reeve, John, late a coastwaiter in London port, 246, 438.
Reeves (Reaves), , living in Murrell's Yard, London, 109.
-, Mary, pension for, 233.
-, Richard, Gentleman Harbinger of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 158, 388, 607.
Reigate, co. Surrey, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
Renaud, Frances Mary, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Reneval, Susanna de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Reneville, Constantin de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Renfrew, co. Renfrew, boatman at, 506.
Rennet, river. See Kennet.
Revels, the, Comptroller of. See Symes, L'Estrange.
-, Master of. See Killigrew, C.
-, Yeoman of, 319.
Revesby, Reasby, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.
Revolution, the, 495.
Reynaud, Andrew, petition for reward for discoveries in the Customs business, 577.
Reynolds, Arthur, pension for, 233.
-, Elizabeth, pension for, 233.
-, John, coastwaiter, London port, superseded, 437.
Rhett, John, former distributor of stamps for co. Hertford, 181.
Rhine, river, 270, 413.
Rhodes, Christopher, a Commissioner for taking in Tickets in the 1,400,000l. Lottery anno 1714, 141, 307, 479.
Ricard, Judith, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Ricaut, Charlotte, pension for, 233.
Rice, John, city [of London] surveyor [of Licences], 120.
-, Thomas, recommended to command a pacquet boat, 455.
-, William, boatman at St. Mawes, 503.
Rich, Nathaniel, royal bounty for, 51.
-, Sir Robert, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 259, 261, 339.
Richards, , major general, Spanish regiment of Foot of, pay of, 284.
-, Henry, junior, waterman to the Surveyor of searchers in London port, 438.
-, John, tidesman at Minehead, 61.
-, [Michael], colonel, regiment of Foot late of, 260.
-, Michael, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 106, 460, 544.
-, William, Mayor of the borough of St. Mawes, 455.
Richardson, David, tidewaiter at Leith, 506.
-, John, Attorney at Preston, 393.
-, -, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 79, 355, 578, 594.
-, Mary, imprisoned in Newgate for assault, 477.
-, Robert, tenement in King's Cliffe in tenure of, 425.
Richbell, Anne, widow, pension for, 233.
Richers, Thomas, late Receiver General of Taxes for co. Cambridge, 124.
Richmond, Richmount, co. Surrey, 207.
-, allowance to Messengers of the Chamber for journeying to, 320.
-, Charity School at, children at, royal bounty paid to Treasurer for, 448.
-, Ferry at, lease of, 109.
-, gamekeeper of, 183, 450.
-, manor of, 448; rents and profits of, 50.
Richmond Forest, lodges in, repairs to, 409; ruinous state of, 281.
Richmond Great Park, Aldridge's Lodge, repairs at, 470.
-, drains in, cleaning of, 470.
-, Great Lodge, repairs to, 409; ruinous state of, 281.
-, Great Pond Head, 470.
-, wall, gates, etc., repairing of, 470.
Richmond New Park, bailiff of, 66, 457, 572.
-, dotard timber felled in, 470.
-, moletaker of, 66, 457, 572.
-, Ranger or Keeper of. See Hyde, H., Earl of Rochester.
-, underkeepers of, 66, 457, 543, 566, 572.
Richmond, Countess of. See Stanley, Margaret.
-, Duke of. See Lennox, C.
Richmond Herald. See Hare, J.
Richmond, , captain, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.
Rickabee, Richard, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for London, 54.
Ridge, Thomas, petition for lease of lands taken over from him by the Crown, 283.
Riding Officers. See Customs.
Ridley, Nevil, pension for J. Uvedale paid to, 234.
Riffiere, , colonel, project of, in Dauphin, 84.
Riggs, Robert, living in Pall Mall, London, 108.
Rigo, Jean de, pension for, 233.
Rimes, William, timber merchant, working in the Savoy Hospital, 439.
Rina, , Monsieur, Envoy from the Duke of Modena, 552.
Riots, in co. Warwick, 344; in London, 558.
Ripley, Thomas, Clerk of the Works and Storekeeper of the several Mews at Charing Cross, 124.
-, -, labourer at the Savoy barracks and infirmary, 136.
Risby. See Roxby cum Risby.
Rivers, William, tidesman in Lancaster port, 212.
Rivet, , colonel, widow of, 233.
-, Joanna, widow, pension for, 233.
Robbers, on the Highway. See Highwaymen.
Roberts (Robarts), Charles Bodvile, 2nd Earl of Radnor, Treasurer of the Chamber, 74, 93, 143, 173, 179, 181, 182, 215, 252, 253, 313, 370, 378 (bis), 428, 448, 449, 451, 498, 514, 552, 555, 570, 597, 600.
-, Joseph, plumber of the Works at Windsor, and Sergeant Plumber of the Works, 57, 458, 545.
-, Katherine, pension for, 233.
-, Lady Lucy, picture of, 198, 526.
-, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Feversham, 503.
Robes, the, Clerk of, salary of, 317.
-, See also Vanhuls, W.
-,-, Grooms of, 342.
-,-, Master of, salary of, 342, 448, 527, 553. See also Cadogan, W., Lord Cadogan.
-,-, officers of, fees of, 26; Establishment of, 26, 342, 448, 527; liveries for, 323; salaries and wages of, 323, 342, 448, 527, 553.
-,-, page of, 342.
-,-, Parliament Robe, 289.
-,-, St. George's Robe, 289.
-,-, Waiters of, 342.
-,-, Yeoman of, 342.
Robethon, Elizabeth, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
-, Susanna, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Robins, Henry, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Wiltshire, 54.
-, John, tidesman in Yarmouth port, 98.
-, Mary, Queen Mary's goddaughter, pension for, 233.
Robinson, John, deputy King's waiter in London port, 452.
-, -, Lord Bishop of London, 131, 410.
-, -, searcher in London, 438.
-, Thomas, smith, 516.
-, Sir William, of Newby, concerned with the matter of the Vicar of Topcliffe, 487.
Robnett, Robert, payment for taking some of the Pretender's men, 203
Roborough, North, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Roborough, South, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Robyson, Richard, Keeper of Brookwood Walk in Windsor Forest, 367.
Roche, Jacqueline Godeau de la, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
-, Peter la, Valet de Chambre to the late Prince George of Denmark, pension for, 233.
Rochefoucault, Frederic William de Roye de la, Earl of Lifford, colonel of Foot, half pay and pension of, 504.
Rochegude, John de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
-, Marquis de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Rochelle, France, rebel prisoners landed at, 574; ships lying at, laden with arms for Scotland, 436.
Rochester, co. Kent, boatman at, 438; collector of Customs at. See Pope, J.; Weller, R.
Rochester, Earl of. See Hyde, H.
-, Lord. See Hyde, L.
Rochford, Earl of. See Zulestein, W. Nassau de.
Rochford, Anne, widow, lease of ground in St. Martin's in the Fields, 604; petition for a building lease from the Crown, 92, 370, 384.
Rock, Charles, coastwaiter in London port, 437.
Rockall, William, living in Bury Street, St. James's, 371.
Rockingham Forest, co. Northampton, 425; bailiwick of Cliff in, 111.
Rogers, Bartholomew, living in St. James's, Westminster, 107.
-, Thomas, land at Chatham of, 380; tenant of land at Gillingham, 380.
-, [William], Master in Chancery, South Sea Stock transferred to, 14, 137.
Rogerson, , a collector of duties on Hides, 132.
Rolfe, Salathiel, collector of Customs at Deal, dismissed, 247.
Rolleston, Deborah, pension for, 233.
Rolls, the, enquirer at, 15.
Romalls [pieces of silk or cotton for the East Indies], cargo of, 602.
Roman Catholics, estates of, 245.
Rome, Italy, 187; a British Consul travelling to, 186.
Ronaldson, Henry, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 507.
Rook, [Heyman], major general, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 260, 339.
Roop, , attending the Treasury, 6.
Rooper, , indebted to the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 527.
Roos, John, late Chief Engraver of His Majesty's Seals, signets, etc., 57, 296, 356, 457, 546, 560.
Roscommon, county of, grant of lands, fishings, etc., in, 289.
Roscow, James, Receiver General of all Revenues, Duties, etc., in Virginia, 14, 158; securities of, 517.
Rosedale, co. York, manor of, leases of Crown premises in, 221, 240.
Ross, earldom of, rents and duties of, 272.
Ross Castle, repairs at, 203.
Ross (Rosse), Anne, pension for, 233.
-, [Charles], lieutenant general, regiment of Dragoons of, 156; muster rolls of, 154; pay of, 154, 261, 337.
-, Magdalen, pension for, 233.
-, Samuel, Comptroller for Stamp Duties in Scotland, 548, 549.
-, Uriah, late steward of the Camberwell galley, 603.
Rossell, Mary de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Rosset, Gabrielle de, a blind French refugee, pension for, 239.
Rossington, Elizabeth, widow, pension for, 233.
Rothes, Earl of. See Leslie, J.
Rotier, James, living in Murrell's Yard, London, 109.
Rotterdam, Holland, 16, 234.
-, English Church at, Minister of, pension for, 235.
-, poor English seamen starving at, relief of, 472.
Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Bound, J.
Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Downes, D.
Rourk, Michael, payment for taking a Tory, 203.
Roussy, Lady Charlotte de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
Roux, Judith de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.
-, Mary de, daughter of Judith, pension for, 239.
Rowe (Row), John, overseer of the poor of Glaston, 292.
-, Nicholas, landsurveyor in London port, 436.
-, -, Poet Laureate, 449.
-, William, boatman at St. Mawes, 503.
-, -, tidesurveyor at Howdon Pans in Newcastle port, dismissed, 577.
Rowington, Rowingford, co. Warwick, 400.
Rowley, John, pension for, 233.
Roxburgh, Duke of. See Kerr, J.
Roxby cum Risby, Raxby, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.
Roxham, near Downham Market, co. Norfolk, 350.
-, Gentlemen of, 386; salaries of, 100, 193, 334, 509. See also Berkeley, J., Earl of Berkeley; Boyle, C, Earl of Orrery; Carteret, J., Lord Carteret; Clinton, H., Earl of Lincoln; Dalrymple, J., Earl of Stair; Douglas, C., Earl of Selkirk; FitzRoy, C., Duke of Grafton; Grey, H., Duke of Kent; Hamilton, G., Earl of Orkney; Lennox, C., Duke of Richmond; Montagu, C., Earl of Manchester; Sackville, L., Earl of Dorset.
-, Groom of the Stole, 486.
-, Grooms of, salaries of, 100, 193, 335, 509. See also Carr, W.; Cornwall, H.; Dormer, J.; Fielding, G.; Honywood, P.; Howard, C.; Hume, Sir G.; Tyrrell, J.
-, Ladies of, 486.
-, Maid of Honour, lodgings of, 274.
-, Necessary Woman, allowances to, 321, 322.
-, Pages of, linen for, 521; liveries for, 546. See also Brown, E.; Gardiner, R.; Harris, D.; Saxton, L.; Sell, J.; Taylor, W.
ROYAL BOUNTY, Queen Anne's Bounty, charter of incorporation in 1704, 278.
-, moneys issued, account of, 45.
-, names of recipients:
-,-, Allen, T.
-,-, Aubert, J.
-,-, Babell, C.
-,-, Bartlett, J.
-,-, Benoit, J.
-,-, Bergoin, F.
-,-, Berkeley, Countess Dowager of.
-,-, Birendorf, J.
-,-, Bland, H.
-,-, Bradbury, Sarah.
-,-, Brockett, W.
-,-, Cathcart, Catherine. Child, R.
-,-, Clutterbuck, J.
-,-, Cockburne, A.
-,-, Coke, T.
-,-, Coleman, F.
-,-, Crew, Hannah.
-,-, Crisap, J.
-,-, Curl, Anne.
-,-, Curl, Elizabeth.
-,-, Denby, H.
-,-, Devonshire, Duke of.
-,-, Dixon, N.
-,-, Dorison, J.
-,-, Douglas, C.
-,-, Duffus, Lady.
-,-, Dursley, Viscount.
-,-, Eelbech, H.
-,-, Erskine, Lady.
-,-, Fitzharris, Dame Mary.
-,-, Galliard, J. E.
-,-, Gibson, T.
-,-, Gildon, C.
-,-, Gill, .
-,-, Gostwick, Sir W.
-,-, Graves, J.
-,-, Gumbleton, J.
-,-, Harrison, T.
-,-, Higdon, J.
-,-, Hoadly, B.
-,-, How, Ruperta.
-,-, Hughes, H.
-,-, Jacob, J.
-,-, Johnson, T.
-,-, Kemp, J.
-,-, Kensington Charity
-,-, School, children of.
-,-, Lant, M.
-,-, Latour, P.
-,-, Lefever, S.
-,-, Lidderdale, J.
-,-, Long, J.
-,-, Longbottom, R.
-,-, Love, C.
-,-, Mercader, Don Emanuel.
-,-, Meysey, T.
-,-, Morgan, T.
-,-, Morton, L.
-,-, Muley, T.
-,-, Nassau, M.
-,-, Nottingham, Earl of.
-,-, Oxten, C. G. d'.
-,-, Page, T.
-,-, Paisible, J.
-,-, Patten, R.
-,-, Petkum, H. von.
-,-, Phelan, J.
-,-, Phillips, .
-,-, Portsmouth, Duchess of.
-,-, Powell, W.
-,-, Rainsford, H.
-,-, Rich, N.
-,-, Richmond Charity School, children of.
-,-, Rothes, Earl of.
-,-, Seagood, G.
-,-, Silick, Alice.
-,-, Simpson, H.
-,-, Smith, Ann.
-,-, Smith, J.
-,-, Smith, W.
-,-, Stair, Earl of.
-,-, Steen, H.
-,-, Stewart, J.
-,-, Stewart, Sir J.
-,-, Sunmans, P.
-,-, Terret, Margaret.
-,-, Wait, Mrs.
-,-, Walton, T.
-,-, Watkins, Mrs.
-,-, Watson, Margaret.
-,-, Williamson, A.
-,-, Xeres, J.
Royal Buckhounds, Harbingers or Harbourers. See Webb, J.; Webb, R.
-, Huntsman. See Lowen, W.
-, Master of, 318; allowances paid by, 499. See also Brudenell, G., Earl of Cardigan.
-, Yeomen Prickers of. See Armetage, R.; Hudson, J.; Lowen, W.; Lowen, W.
Royal Chapels, Chaplains in Waiting, 321.
-, Dean of, Bishop of London as, 521.
-, Gentlemen of, attending the King's Progresses, 322, 449.
-, organs in, repairs to, 486. See also under Hampton Court; Kensington; London and WestminsterSt. James's, Somerset House, the Tower and Whitehall; Portsmouth; Windsor.
Royal Gardens. See Royal Parks and Gardens.
-, Acatery, expenses of, 293.
-, Apothecaries, 317, 321, 322. See also Jones, W.
-, Backstairs, Footmen of, 118.
-,-, Pages of the, 322; for the young Princesses, 290; rooms at Kensington for, 386; servants of, 522.
-, Bakehouse, expenses of, 293.
-, Bedchamber. See Royal Bedchamber.
-, Buttery and Cellar, expenses of, 293.
-, Carver to, 322. clock and watchmaker to, 319. See also Antram, J.
-, Cofferbearers, 182, 319, 448.
-, Cofferer of, fees, tables of, public display of, 176.
-,-, issues to, 9, 16, 33, 38, 40, 55, 128, 162, 164, 293, 299, 369, 428, 481, 513, 538, 600.
-,-, Office of, allowance paid out of, 322, 481.
-,-, payments by, 16, 40, 164, 293, 299, 317.
-,-, See also Godolphin, F., Earl of Godolphin.
-, Comptroller of, lodgings at Hampton Court of, 136.
-, Court Drummer. See Clothier J.
-, Cupbearer, 322.
-, Embellisher of letters, 319. See also Brand, T.
-, Equerries, houses in the Great Mews allotted for, 252, 586.
-, game keepers, liveries for, 450; wages of, 183, 450.
-, Gardener, at Somerset House, 183, 319, 450.
-, Gentleman Harbinger, 322.
-, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant, 182, 319, 322. See also Saurin, M. A.
-, Gold Staff Officer, lodgings at Hampton Court of, 372.
-, Greencloth, Board of, 162, 240, 369, 535; allowance paid by, 160.
-, Groom Porter, 319, 321. See also Archer, T.
-, Grooms, of the Great Chamber, 319; of the Privy Chamber, 322; of the Vestry, 321.
-, Herbstrewer, 319. See also Bill, Alice.
-, Housekeepers, 184, 318, 321, 514, 600. See also Brown, E.; English, S.; Hutton, T.; Incledon, J.; Kirk, P.; Lowman, H.; Randue, T.
-, Jewel House. See Jewel House.
-, Knight Harbinger. See Wright, R.; deputy to, 321.
-, Laundress. See belowMistress Laundress.
-, Lord Chamberlain of, 76, 116, 118, 138, 272, 322, 361, 362, 386, 508, 520, 535, 538, 580.
-,-, bills and warrants signed by, 320, 448.
-,-, certificates of, 410, 540.
-,-, Clerk of, 318.
-,-, Office of, bills delivered into, 183, 321.
-,-, Secretary to, 318. See also Stanley, Sir J.
-,-, warrants of, 33, 55, 65, 66, 73, 74, 77, 78, 81, 88, 133, 175, 177, 181, 183, 189, 190, 225, 226, 227, 243, 251, 252, 253, 273, 274, 290, 308, 322, 322, 354, 357, 371, 372, 375, 390, 391, 392, 397, 416, 485, 486, 520, 521, 522, 561, 597, 609, 617.
-,-, See also Powlett, C., Duke of Bolton; Talbot, C., Duke of Shrewsbury.
-, Lord Steward of, equipage of, at trials in the House of Lords, payment for, 26, 309; plate for, 392.
-,-, See also Grey, H., Duke of Kent.
-, Mistress Laundress, 322; furniture provided for, 274.
-, Mistress Starcher, 322.
-, Necessary Woman. See Royal Bedchamber.
-, officers in, salaries of, 317.
-, Pages of the Backstairs. See Royal HouseholdBackstairs.
-, parrot cages in, 522.
-, Physicians to, 317.
-, Poultry expenses of, 293.
-, Presence Chamber, Page of, 322.
-, Privy Chamber, Gentleman Usher of, 322; Groom of, 322; Joiner of, 319, 321. See also Howard, J.
-, provisions for, expense of, issues for, 9, 128.
-, Quarter Waiter, 322.
-, Salsary, expenses of, 293.
-, Scullery, expenses of, 293.
-, Serjeant Surgeon, 317. See also Amyand, C.; Dickins, A.
-, Serjeant Trumpeter, 319. See also Shore, J.
-, servants, attending His Majesty's royal progresses, etc., salaries, 299; travelling charges of, 320, 322.
-, Sewer, 322.
-, Surgeon to, 317, 322. See Gardiner, W.
-, Vice-Chamberlain of, lodgings of, 274.
-,-, royal bounty for, 290, 352.
-,-, salary of, 105, 200, 335, 523.
-,-, See also Coke, T.
-, wages and board wages, 162, 1813, 317319, 370, 428.
-, Wardrobekeepers, 318. See also Child, D.; Hull, T.; Hutton, T.
-, Wardrobes. See Wardrobe, Great; Wardrobe, Removing.
-, Woodyard, expenses of, 293.
-, Yeomen of the Guard. See Yeomen of the Guard.
ROYAL MEWS AND STABLES:
-, coachmen, lodgings for, 379. Establishment of, list to be made of officers on, 81.
-, expenses of, 162; clearing of, 91.
-, extraordinaries of, 244, 581; issues for, 36, 105, 115, 136, 188, 253, 418, 575.
-, Great Mews, at Charing Cross, 124, 252, 383, 604.
-,-, Clerk of the Works and Storekeeper of. See Ripley, T.
-,-, provision for horses of the Prince of Wales in, 70.
-,-, repairs in, 240, 252, 586.
-, Green Mews, repairs in, 240.
-, issues for, 6, 13, 16, 24, 105, 116, 136, 188, 253, 410, 418, 422, 575.
-, Master of the Horse, 252. See also Seymour, C., Duke of Somerset.
-,-, Commissioners for executing the Office of, 4, 81, 110, 244; fees of, tables of, public display of, 176; letters from, 70, 240; warrant from, 379. See also Darcy. C.; Fielding, G.; Negus, F.
-, Office of, debt in, 8, 244, 415; officers in, 4.
-, provisions for, expense of, issues for, 9, 129.
-, St. James's Stables, New River water for, 321; repairs needed at, 70, 110, 379.
-, servants of, physic provided for, 485, 486.
-, stabling, coach houses, etc., under the care and inspection of the Board of Works, 76.
-, wages and board wages, 162, 370.
-, waste land near, 93.
Royal Palaces and Houses, named, at:
-, Hampton Court.
-, St. James's.
Royal Parks and Gardens, felling of timber in, 207.
-, Keeper of. See Wise, H. named
-,-, Greenwich Park.
-,-, Hampton Court Gardens.
-,-, Hampton Court House Park.
-,-, Hyde Park.
-,-, Kensington Gardens.
-,-, Newmarket Gardens.
-,-, Richmond Great Park.
-,-, Richmond New Park.
-,-, St. James's Park.
-,-, Windsor Great Park.
-,-, Windsor Little Park.
Rudbrook. See Budbrook.
Rudge, Edward, of London, merchant, agent to the British Consul at Alicante, 604.
Ruel, Guilhaume du, pension for, 233.
Rugby, co. Warwick, 401.
Rum, for the Indians at New York, 224; imported, above proof, merchants to make post entries of, 355, 578, 594.
Rushout, Sir John, Justice of the Peace for co. Worcester, 381.
Russell, , brigadier, 45; First Regiment of Guards of, in Hyde Park, 433, 574.
-, Edward, Earl of Orford, late Treasurer of the Navy, 40, 228, 246, 606; Master of the Game about Newmarket, 243, 318, 552.
-, Lady Letitia, annuity for, 408.
-, Robert, tidesman in Wells port, 99.
-, William, coastwaiter in London port, 437; landwaiter at Colchester, 503.
Rutland, county of, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Cooper, J.; Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Draycot, W.; Musson, J.
Rutland, Duke of. See Manners, J.
Rutter, , et al., solicitor's appeal in law suit concerning, 311n.
Ruvigny, Henry de Massue de, Seigneur de Ruvigny, Earl of Galway, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 29, 262, 341, 352, 355.
-, Commander in Chief and General of the Forces in Spain and Portugal, 284, 286, 287, 354, 416.
-, Lord Justice in Ireland, 77, 90, 98, 104, 105, 121, 124, 132, 133, 218, 246, 274, 281, 288, 310, 345, 427, 453, 477, 504, 532.
-, regiment of Dragoons of, pay of, 256, 341.
-, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 255, 257, 258, 261.
-, Spanish regiment of Foot of, muster rolls and subsistence of, 287.
Ryalls. See Coins.
Rye, co. Sussex, 323, 533; boatmen at, 129, 534; tidesmen at, 129, 534.
Ryland, Joseph, Surveyor of Customs at Boston, 67; to be Collector at Wisbech, 129.
Ryley, Philip, a Serjeant at Arms, 251, 458, 539, 564.
Rymer, Francis, boatman at Hull, 437.
-, [Thomas], executrix of, 123; Fdera of, set presented to the Duke of Modena, 552.
Ryton, co. Warwick, 401.
Ryves, John, an executor of Ralph, Lord Stawell, and a trustee of the estate of John, Lord Stawell, 209.
-, Richard, fishmonger, clandestinely obtaining letters of administration to Ralph, Lord Stawell, 209.
-, -, son of Richard, 209.
-, Robert, goldsmith, annuity out of the Hereditary Excise of, 209.