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Sabine, Joseph, major general, regiment of (Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers), 345; clearings of, 475; pay of, 262, 337; recruits for, 475.

Sabliere (Subliere), Louise Magdalain de la, pension of, 16, 240.

-, Nicholas de Rambouillet de la, pension of, 16, 240.

Sacheverell, , Dr., impeachment of 394.

-, Timothy, waiter and searcher at South Shields, dismissed, 98.

Sackville, Lionel, 7th Earl of Dorset, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.

Sadler, Thomas, Deputy Clerk of the Pells, 104.

Sail cloth, foreign, duties on. See Customsduties.

St. Abbs Head, co. Berwick, ports between Fife Ness and, guarding by Customs sloop of, 140, 141.

St. Agatha, Comte de. See Neapolitain, Cavalier.

St. Agnes, co. Cornwall, in Padstow port, Customs officer at. See Tregea, C.

St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, C.

-, Earl of. See Jermyn, H.

St. Andrew, crosses of, in gold, 63.

St. Andrew's, Auckland, co. Durham, South Church in, lease of houses and lands at, 107, 273.

St. Barbe, Sir John, grant of botes out of the New Forest to, 218.

St. Christopher, West Indies, Assemblies of, 189.
-, lands in, Board of Trade report concerning, 44, 547.
-, Lieutenant Governor of. See Mathews, W.
-, minister going to. See Griffiths, S.
-, sufferers of, debentures of, interest on, 187, 205.

St. Clair, Catherine de, a French refugee, pension for, 237.

St. Clements, co. Oxford, 608.

St. Faust Vicouse. See Vicouse.

St. George, Dame Anne or Anna, pension of, 244, 422.

-, Sir Henry, late Principal King at Arms, 69.

St. George's Robe, worn at the Coronation of George I, 289.

Sainthill, Sampson, landwaiter in London port, 533.

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, riding officer for guard of the coast between Chapel Angather and, 323; tidesman at, 174; waiter and searcher at, 174.

St. James's Palace. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places inSt. James's.

St. John, , Lady, picture of, 198, 526.

-, , Lord Chief Justice, picture of, 198, 526.

-, Frances, Lady Bolingbroke, personal estate of her husband held in trust for, 197, 526; pictures, plate and jewels of, 198, 526.

-, Sir Francis, of Thorp, co. Northampton, discharge of baronet fee, 96; Sheriff of co. Northampton, 276.

-, Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke, estates forfeited under attainder for high treason, 31n., 594; appraisal of, 15; granted in trust to his wife Frances, 197, 526; inventory of, 197199, 526.

-, Sir Henry, picture of, 198, 527.

-, Lady Mary, picture of, 198, 526.

-, Sir Walter, picture of, 198, 526.

St. John Baptist, feast of, 548.

St. Lawrence, river of, Canada, 518.

Saintlo, Maro, pension for, 233.

St. Martin, France, ship lying at, laden with arms for Scotland, 436.

St. Mawes, co. Cornwall, boatmen at, 503.
-, Mayor of, 455.
-, running of goods on the coast near, increased Customs establishment for prevention of, 502, 503.
-, tidesurveyor at, 503.
-, waiter and searcher at, 503.

St. Meme, Susan Culan de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

St. Nicholas, Basil, of Knolle, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Warwick, 424.

St. Oistins, in Barbados, collector and searcher at, 438.

St. Paul, Mary Frances de, a French refugee, pension for, 238.

St. Quintin, Sir William, a Commissioner for executing the office of Treasurer of the Exchequer, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 48, 49, 50, 520, 574; a Lord of the Treasury, 159, 228, 310, 500, 615.

Salcey Forest, co. Northampton, lodge in, repair of, 278.

Salford Priors, co. Warwick, 400.

Salisbury, Sarum, co. Wiltshire, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.

Salisbury, Bishop of. See Talbot, W.

Salisbury, Earl of. See Cecil, J.

Salkeld, William, late Chief Justice of cos. Pembroke, Carmarthen and Cardigan, 525, 526.

Salle, Jean de la, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Sallis, William, tidesman, superior list, London port, dismissed. 534.

Salnave, Elizabeth, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Salop. See Shropshire.

SALT and Rock Salt, carriers of, imprisoned for offences in their trade, 201.
-, duties on (as by 1 Anne, st. 1, c. 13, continued by 8 Anne, c. 14, and made perpetual by 9 Anne, c. 15), accounts, comptrolling of, 468.
-,-, appropriated to the Fund of the South Sea Company, 70, 359, 510.
-,-, collectors of, 102, 483; allowances to Customs officers as, 142.
-,-, Commissioners for, 230, 516. account of, 81. letter to, 175. memorial of, 483, 489. petitions referred to, 73, 201, 250. reports of, 248, 452. warrants to, 81, 248, 452, 483, 489.
-,-, Comptroller of. See Hall, T.; deputy to. See Longbridge, E.
-,-, debenture for discharge of, 73.
-,-, Office for, fees in, public display of tables of, 175; incidents bills, 81, 142; salaries bills, 81, 142.
-,-, officers, 81, 99, 102, 504, 505, 507, 516, 581, 604; salaries, repayment of Land Tax assessments on, 489.
-,-, payments out of, 219. prosecutions for, 73; stay of, 452.
-,-, watchmen, 99, 100, 506, 507; establishment of, 483; salary, 484.
-, exported from Newcastle, 61.
-, exported to Ireland, 452.
-, refinement of, 73; new method invented for, 250.
-, running or smuggling of, 483.
-, salt works, 73; at Budleigh, 483; at Droitwich, 248; at Starcross, 483; at Warren, 483; at Warrington, 482, 483.

-, in Scotland. See Scotland.

Salter, Edward, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, allowance for attending the business of Trade and Plantations, 56, 462, 542, 564, 572; salary of, 56, 462, 541, 564.

Salter's Lode, on river Ouse, near Downham Market, co Norfolk, 350.

Saltfleet, co. Lincoln, in Boston port, waiter and searcher at, 436.

Samasan, Blanche, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

-, Henriette de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

-, Mary de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Sambourne, co. Warwick, 400.

Sambrooke, Jeremy, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Sanders. See Saunders. Sanderson, Christopher, lease under the Crown of part of Rosedale manor, 240.

-, Thomas, General Surveyor of the duties on Houses, 53.

Sandford (Sanford), John, an executor of Ralph, Lord Stawell, and a trustee of the estate of John, Lord Stawell, 209.

Sandhurst Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Sandilands, James, 7th Baron Torpichen, annuity of, 195, 454, 540, 559.

Sands, , colonel, serving her late Majesty at Windsor, 486.

Sandwich, co. Kent, Customer of, 390.
-, Customs boat at, commander of, 99.
-, searchers at, 78, 99.
-, surveyor of, 99.
-, waiter at, 99.

Sandwich, Earl of. See Montagu, E.

Sandyes, Martin, Justice of the Peace for co. Worcester, 381.

Sanford. See Sandford.

Sankey Bridge, on river Mersey, near Warrington, landing of goods at, 482.

Sankey, [Richard], lieutenant general, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 256, 258, 260, 340.

-, Richard, deputy King's waiter, London port, 532, 554.

Sansom (Sansome), Arnold, formerly Comptroller of receipts and payments of the Receivers General of Customs, 373.

-, Nicholas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 503.

-, William, riding officer for the wool business at Bexhill, 533.

Santa Maria de Monte, Italy, 187.

Sarette, Frances, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Sark, Channel Islands, goods imported into Great Britain from, Customs regulations and duties on, 117; Governor of, 117; Register of Certificates in, 117.

Sarland, [Joseph de], colonel, regiment of Dragoons of, pay of, 256, 258, 339.

Sarrau, Margaret, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

-, Susanna, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Sarrire, Susanna de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Sashfeild, Joanna, living in Pall Mall, London, 109.

Sauli, Marquis, loans negotiated with, 124.

Saunders (Sanders), Jeffery, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607; payments to, for services on behalf of Chelsea Hospital, 45, 514, 573.

-, Robert, rewarded for discovering an escaped prisoner, 224.

-, Sir Thomas, one of the Band of (Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607; petition concerning allowance for Land Tax collections, 355.

Saurin, Marc Anthony, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter Assistant, 449.

Savage, Ann, relict of Arthur, payments to, 45, 343, 573.

-, Arthur, corporal of Horse Guards, 343, 573.

Savery, John, in prison for Customs debts, 69.

-, Thomas, captain, late Treasurer of the Office for Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War, 172, 173, 359, 406, 457, 495, 516.

Saville (Savile, Savill), Sir Henry, picture of, 198, 527.

-, Lady [Margaret], picture of, 198, 527.

-, Samuel, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 607.

Saviour, Our, and the money changers, picture of, 198.

Savoy, Duke of, as King of Sicily, Ambassador from, 375; campaign in Piedmont by, 84.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Chetwynd, J.; Hill, R.
-, Treasurer of War to. See Bagnol, Count.

-, Prince Eugene of. See Eugene.

Savoy Hospital. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places inSavoy.

Sawtry, Sawtris, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.

Saxby, Saxby All Saints, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Saxby, William, Surveyor General of Riding Officers for the wool business on the coast of Kent and Sussex, 61, 383.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of, Convention Act with, for furnishing troops for the war in the Low Countries, 155, 265, 269, 330; subsidy payable under, 3.
-, troops of. See Army, in the Low Countries20,000 Augmentation Troops; Additional and Augmentation Troops.

Saxe Weissenfels, Court of, English Envoy to Poland visiting, 300.

Saxton, Lawrence, a Page of the Bedchamber, 521.

Sayer, Benjamin, mate of the Customs smack at Yarmouth, 174.

-, Robert, landwaiter at Sunderland, dismissed, 503.

Sayers, George, petition for purchasing an interest in woods, etc., in Chertsey, Thorpe and Egham, 165, 382, 385.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary, pension for, 233.

-, Sir John, pension for, 233.

Seoul, Tho., tenant of premises at Chatham, 380.

Scarborough, Earl of. See Lumley, R.

Scarborough, Edward, former Collector of Customs at Liverpool port, surety of, 452.

Scattergood, Roger, coastwaiter, London port, superseded, 437.

Scawen, Anthony, landwaiter in London port, 437.

Schack, Bertram, freiherr von, Minister and Envoy Extraordinary in London from the Czar of Russia, 98, 106, 515.

Schaub, Luke, Secretary for His Majesty's affairs at the Court of Madrid, 95; same at the Court of Vienna, 50, 414, 474, 550.

Schomberg, Charles de, Marquis of Harwich, regiment of Horse of, pay of, 261, 336.

Schonberg and Leinster, Maynhard, Duke of, 121; annuity or pension for, 233, 310, 393.

Schoolmasters, bounty for, 448; going to Barbados, 226; going to Maryland, 272; in Pennsylvania, allowance for, 409, 478; pensions for, 235.

Schools, at Kensington, royal bounty for support of, 447; at Richmond, royal bounty for support of, 448; at Southwell, 459.

Schulenberg (Schulemberg), Madame, afterwards Duchess of Munster, lodgings in St. James's Palace, 74, 521; umbrella for, 290.

Schwartz, , collector of Customs at Berwick, 437.

Scilly [Isles], Collector of Customs in. See Jackson, L.; Penrose, B.

Scofield, Ralph, tidewaiter at Dundee, 505.

Scot. See Scott.

SCOTLAND, Advocate in. See Stewart, Sir J.
-, alms, and beedmen's gowns in, 188.
-, Army in. See Army.
-, Chancellery, Director of, royal warrant to, 132.
-, Church in, General Assembly of, High Commissioner to. See Leslie, J., Earl of Rothes.
-, Civil List, 73; salaries and pensions on, 188, 303, 587, 589.
-, Council and Session in, Lords of, 604; President of. See Dalrymple, Sir H.; proceedings in, 605.
-, Cunzie House. See ScotlandMint.
-, Customs, boatmen, 99, 100, 505, 506, 507.
-,-, Cashier of. See ScotlandCustoms, Receiver and Cashier of.
-,-, coastwaiters, 505.
-,-, collectors, 101, 228, 244, 453, 484, 505, 507, 551, 595; deputies, 505.
-,-, Commissioners of, 45, 121, 277. appointment of, 46, 349, 427, 569. insult offered to, 101. letter from, 548. letters to, 116, 249, 302, 419, 434. memorials of, 139, 196, 508, 524. new commission for, 27, 349, 569. Office of, stationer to. See Watkins, R. presentments of, 140, 244, 467, 525. representation of, 245. salary of, 427, 569. warrants to, 99, 101, 112, 118, 140, 228, 244, 371, 419, 453, 484, 504, 508, 524, 525, 548, 551, 578, 581, 595, 599, 604, See also Brent, H.; Campbell, Sir J.; Cayley, J.; Cleland, W.; Haldane, J.; Kent, J.; Whitehall, L.
-,-, Comptroller General of, accounts of, 548; clerks of, 591. See also Crookshanks, J.
-,-, Comptrollers, 505, 507, 524; deputy, 101, 507.
-,-, duties, on tobacco, Surveyor of, 467.
-,-, Establishment, charges put on, 140.
-,-, inspectors, leave of absence for, 302, 419.
-,-, land carriages, Examiner of, 508.
-,-, landcarriagewaiters, 101, 102, 507, 524.
-,-, landsurveyors, 99, 101, 102, 112, 244, 453, 505, 578.
-,-, landwaiters, 102, 118, 371, 505, 506, 507.
-,-, officers, for prevention of running of uncustomed goods, 508; list of, 122; salaries, 99, 100, 101, 102, 118, 204, 314, 504507, 524, 525, 591.
-,-, outports, Examiner of Accounts in. See Crookshank, G. lately in Rebels' hands, 139, 196; suspension of salaries in, 122. limitation of the bounds of, 140. named: Aberdeen. Alloa. Anstruther. Ayr. Borrowstounness. Broughty. Campbeltown. Dumfries. Dunbar. Dundee. Edinburgh. Glasgow. Inverness. Irvine. Kirkcaldy. Kirkcudbright. Leith. Lewis. Montrose. Perth. Peterhead. Port Glasgow. Port Patrick. Prestonpans. Queensferry. Renfrew. Stranraer. Whithorn.
-,-, Receiver and Cashier of, accounts of, 548. See also Graham, M.; Gray don, C.
-,-, Receiver General of, at Edinburgh, 484.
-,-, revenues, charges to be met out of, 140; payments out of, 556; remedying of defects in, 245; weekly certificates of receipts and issues to be returned to the Treasury, 434.
-,-, riding surveyor, 508.
-,-, salary bill, 121, 204, 314.
-,-, searchers, 102, 118, 371, 505, 506, 507.
-,-, sloop, guarding ports in the Firth of Forth, 140, 141.
-,-, surveyors, 505, 507; for tobacco, 467.
-,-, tidesurveyors, 99, 101, 112, 228, 505, 551.
-,-, tidewaiters, 99, 101, 102, 505, 506, 507, 599.
-, Equivalent, the, (as by 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 27, for taking and stating the Debts due to Scotland by way of Equivalent in the terms of the Union, etc.), 45, 279, 489.
-,-, Commissioners of, Accomptant for, 387, 489. accounts laid before, 548. appointments of, 25, 279. clerks and office servants of, 387, 489, 502. issues to, suspension of, 580. memorial of, 36; referred to, 361. office of, incidents, 387, 420, 489, 502; rent, 387, 489; salaries in, 387, 420, 489, 502, 590. payment to, 419. resignations of, 23, 25. salaries of, 387, 420, 489, 502, 556. Secretary for, 387, 489, 502. to attend the Treasury, 35. See also Baird, J.; Bysse, S.; Campbell, P.; Cartwright, H.; Forbes, J.; Haldane, P.; Selwyn, J.
-,-, interest due to the creditors of the public in Scotland, 36, 46, 361, 556, 580, 589, 590.
-, Exchequer Court, accounts returned into, 325.
-,-, Barons of, at Edinburgh, 272. letters from, 580, 581, 589. letters to, 46, 91, 580, 589. Lord Chief Baron, 302, 365. memorials and petitions referred to, 31, 272, 302, 359, 362, 488, 569. report of, 488. representation concerning revenue economies, 365. royal warrants to, 90, 404, 488. warrants to, 419, 556, 589.
-,-, commission to be taken out of, 140, 141.
-,-, moneys brought into, 595.
-, Excise, Auditor of. See Tilson, G.
-,-, Commissioners for, 586. allowances to, 302. law suit brought by, for arrears of duties, 569. letter to, 177. money advanced for the Army in Scotland, 117, 118. office of, stationery for, 116. revenues under the management of, 302. stationer to. See Watkins, R.; Watson, J. warrants to, 419.
-,-, Comptroller of. See Crisp, P. deputy to. See Barrow, B.
-,-, duties, on candles, Office for, salaries in, 220, 397, 591. on drink brewed at Fort William, 569. on gilt and silver wire, Office for, salaries in, 220, 397, 591. on hides and skins, 406; Office for, salaries in, 220, 397, 591. on soap, paper and calicoes, Office for, salaries in, 220, 397, 591. on starch, Office for, salaries in, 220, 397, 591. payments out of, 589.
-,-, employment in, recommendation for, 249.
-,-, Office, incidents bill, 98, 164, 220, 397, 591. salary bill, 98, 164, 220, 397, 591. stationer serving, 36, 419.
-,-, revenues, payments out of, 556, 589.
-, Forfeited Estates, Accomptant General of. See Kennedy, W.; clerk to. See Hall, .
-,-, business of, 29.
-,-, Commissioners for Enquiring into. See Forfeited Estates Commissioners.
-,-, Master of the References. See Pringle, .; clerk to. See Douglas, J.
-,-, Office for, doorkeeper and messengers of, 357.
-,-, Receiver General of (or Agent for), duties of, 595. See also Constable, Sir R.; clerk to. See Wilson, M.
-,-, Register of. See Cunningham, ; clerk to. See Travers, .
-,-, rent escheat, single and life, 605.
-,-, rents of, Factors appointed to manage collection of, 605.
-,-, Secretary for. See Woolf, ; clerk to. See Mackfarlin, J.
-,-, Solicitor for. See Stewart, .; clerk to. See Yates, J.
-,-, Surveyor General for. See King, C.; clerk to. See Fordice, T.; Under-Surveyor. See Townroe, R.
-, Great Seal of, 303, 324, 531, 571; Keeper of, royal warrant to, 132.
-, Heralds and Pursuivants, 188.
-, Hornings, Writer of the, 589.
-, Houses, duties on, Receiver General of. See Douglas, A.
-, Justice Clerk. See Cockburne, Adam.
-, King's Botanist and Keeper of the Physic Garden. See Alston, C.
-, Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Douglas, A.
-, lands, Crown, rents and casualties of, Auditors of. See Arbuthnot, R.; Hamilton, J.; Phelp, J.
-,-, pension payable out of, 272.
-,-, Receivers General of, payments by, 302, 404; warrant to, 488. See also Douglas, A.
-, Lord Advocate in. See Dalrymple, Sir D.
-, Lord Justice Clerk, 6. See also Cockburne, A.
-, Lord Register of. See Campbell, A., Earl of Islay; Graham, J., Duke of Montrose.
-, Malt duty Office, incidents bill, 220; salary bill, 98, 164, 220.
-, mine in, silver, 44, 410, 416, 442, 537, 554.
-, Mint and Cunzie House in, charges of, incidents, 113; Comptroller or Counter Warden of. See Boswell, W.; Brodie, J.; Shiels, T.
-, Police, Commissioners of, clerks and incidents of, 468.
-, ports. See ScotlandCustoms, outports.
-, Post Office, accounts of, 443.
-, Privy Seal of, grants made under, 272, 303, 417.
-, Proclamations circulated in, 73, 188, 589.
-, Rebels in, defeated near Dunblane, 129; proceedings against, 101, 277.
-, revenues in, Auditors of. See Arbuthnot, R.; Hamilton, J.; Phelp, J.; Establishment of, Exchequer Barons apprehensive of the overloading of, 365.
-, salt in, belonging to the public, moneys in Exchequer from sale of, 364, 452, 476; payments out of, 31, 476.
-,-, duties on, collecstion of, officers for, appointment of, 525; incidents bills, 204, 274; salary bills, 73, 175, 314, 591. Commissioners for, 349, 525, 569, 590. See also Brent, H.; Campbell, Sir J.; Cleland, W.; Haldane, J.; Whitehall, L. Office for, at Edinburgh, 525. payments out of, 589.
-,-, foreign, purchases of, 277.
-, Secretary of State for, Office in Whitehall of, 597.
-, Session of, President of. See Dalrymple, Sir H.
-, ships with arms intended for, plans for seizure of, 436.
-, silver mined in, 44, 410, 416, 442, 537, 554.
-, smuggling in, 508.
-, Solicitor General for. See Dalrymple, Sir D.; Stewart, Sir J.
-, Stamp duties, Comptroller of. See Ross, S.; clerk of, 548.
-, Tack duty, 325.
-, Taxes, Auditors of. See Arbuthnot, R.; Hamilton, J.; Phelp, J.
-,-, collectors or receivers of, 90.
-,-, Receiver General of. See Douglas, A.
-, Thistle, Order of the. See Thistle.
-, Treasury, Act of, 325.
-, trumpets, 188.
-, Union with England, 420, 489, 569.
-,-, Commissioners for, Secretary to. See Dodington, G.
-,-, Equivalent under the terms of. See ScotlandEquivalent.
-,-, salaries owing at the time of, 404.
-,-, Seal appointed to be kept in Scotland in lieu of the Great Seal, 571; Keeper of. See Kerr, J., Duke of Roxburgh.
-, Wardrobe in, Clerk to. See Baird, J.; Master of. See Sterling, W.

Scott (Scot), Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch (lately Duchess of Monmouth), pension or annuity of, 57, 195, 443, 541, 563.

-, Francis, tidewaiter at Dumfries, 99, 101.

-, Henry, Earl of Deloraine, regiment of, recruits for, 490.

-, [James], colonel, 45; regiment of Guards of, in Hyde Park, 433, 574.

-, James, Duke of Monmouth, rebellion of, 295. See also Rebellion.

-, -, late Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Poland, 300.

-, John, going as minister to Jamaica, passage money for, 131.

-, -, tidesurveyor at Hull, 129.

-, Robert, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 507; tidewaiter at Prestonpans, dismissed, 506.

-, Samuel, on behalf of the Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, 530.

-, Stephen, Surveyor of the Navigation Act, cargo seized in London port by, 213; ships seized by, 21, 22, 219, 222, 226, 311, 603; superseded, 437.

-, Thomas, captain, fitting up the Romney for reception of the King of Sicily, 215.

-, -, landcarriagewaiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 507.

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

-, Walter, landsurveyor and tidesurveyor at Dundee, 112.

Scrivener, John, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Sussex, 54.

Sculdham, Edmund, payment for prosecuting criminals, 203.

Seabrook, Roger, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Lincoln, 425.

Seafield, Earl of. See Ogilvy, J.

Seaforth, Earl of. See Mackenzie, W.

Seager, Henry, Comptroller of Customs at Hull, 351.

Seagood, George, clerk, minister going to Virginia, passage money for, 584.

Seale. See Beading.

Seals, engraving of, 356, 443; Chief Engraver. See Roos, J.

Seamen. See Navy; Ships and Shipping.

Search, Martin, messuage in St. James's parish belonging to, 365.

Searchers. See Customs; Scotland Customs.

Searle, , captain of the John and Charles, 603.

-, Edward, payment to, for Victualling services, 606.

Seckendorf, Major General, commanding two Saxon Battalions, 263, 330.

Seckington, co. Warwick, 403.

Secret Service, Ambassadors' charges for, 133, 276, 315, 509.
-, issues for, 13, 44, 47, 65, 133, 200, 247, 262, 311, 346, 514, 544, 575, 591; account of, 45.

Secretaries of State, 22, 46, 394, 414, 452, 577.
-, allowances or salaries of, 63, 178, 301, 310, 346, 500, 501, 591, 609, 614.
-, bills and warrants signed by, 181, 183, 305, 320, 412, 413, 448, 455, 509.
-, letters of, 28, 84, 86, 180, 181, 300.
-, Office of, fees in, 605; stationery wares for, 95, 184, 321, 450, 514, 600; Under Secretary and clerks attending, 312.
-, orders of, 5, 93, 555.
-, plate for, 354.
-, secret service issues to, 65, 200, 311, 514, 591.
-, See also Bromley, W.; Legge, W., Earl of Dartmouth; Methuen, P.; Stanhope, J.; Townshend, C., Viscount Townshend.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Secretary at War, 5, 7, 24, 33, 134, 153, 154, 250, 264, 288, 333, 370, 397, 516, 523, 524.
-, attending or to attend the Treasury, 47, 568.
-, clerks and under officers of, additional allowance for support of, 77.
-, papers laid before, 43, 111, 343, 515.
-, petitions, etc., referred to, 93, 288, 386, 387, 396, 446, 604.
-, printed copies of the Mutiny Acts for, 164.
-, reports of, 110, 179, 180, 364, 421, 428, 601.
-, warrants to, 171, 180, 181, 304, 428, 445, 517, 522.
-, See also Gwynn, F.; Pulteney, W.; Walpole, R.

Sedley (Sidley), , colonel, late Comptroller of Excise, 470.

-, Catherine, Countess of Dorchester, annuity for, out of Irish quit rents, 408.

-, Sir Charles, picture of, 198, 527.

Sedgwick, Robert, clerk at the Jewel Office, 448.

Segar, Henry, payment out of wood sales in the Forest of Dean to, 612.

Seigler, Catherine, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Seissan (Seisan), , major general, commanding a regiment formed of Deserters, 331.

Selkirk, Earl of. See Douglas, C.

Sell, , housekeeper [to the Office] for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.

-, James, a Page of the Bedchamber, 521, 546.

Selwyn, John, a Commissioner for the Equivalent in Scotland, 279, 387.

-, [William], colonel, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 261.

Sempill, Francis, Lord Sempill, annuity of, 96, 195, 454, 540, 559.

Semple, Bryce, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 506.

Senhouse, Humphry, Sheriff of co. Cumberland, 311, 395.

-, William, making oath concerning the death of Lord Forbes, 560.

Senna, affair of, Bill passed in House of Commons concerning, 552; application as a dyestuff of, account of, 114; duties on. See Customsduties; sold as a medicinal drug, 445.

Serclere, Susanna de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Serecold, Jno., merchant, petition concerning brandy and rum, 355.

Serge, curtains of, 290.

Serjeants at Arms, attending His Majesty's Progresses, allowance to, 322.
-, attending the House of Commons. See Wibergh, T.
-, attending the House of Lords. See Jephson, F., Stone, C.
-, salaries and board wages of, 60, 148, 206, 251, 272, 296, 353, 393, 458, 459, 494, 539, 564.
-, See also Charnock, T.; Critz, T. de; Delves, M.; Hall B.; Hall, J.; Jewkes, T.; Lawson, J.; Ryley, P.; Turst, T.S.

Serjeants at Law, acting as associate Judges, 500.

Sesse, John, riding officer at Lyme for the wool business, 383.

Seton, George, 5th Earl of Wintoun, impeachment and trial for High Treason, 393.

Severn (Seveme, Severne), Bryan, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

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

Sewell, Elizabeth, pension for, 233.

Seymour, Algernon, Marquis of Hertford, regiment of Foot of, clearings of, 475, pay of, 261; 337; recruits for, 475.

-, Charles, 5th Duke of Somerset, Keeper, etc., of Hampton Court House Park, 206; late Master of the Horse, 8, 36, 90, 115, 116, 244, 415, 418, 422, 453, 580.

-, Sir Edward, late Treasurer of the Navy, 191, 192.

-, William, Lieutenant of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

S'Gravemore (Sgravemore), , colonel, regiment of dismounted Dragoons of, pay of, 291, 347, 398.

Shack. See Schack.

Shackle, William, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

Shadwell, Sir John, Principal Physician of the Royal Household, 182,449.

Shales, , captain, daughters of, pension for, 233.

-, Charles, pension for, 233.

-, John, doorkeeper, employed in the management of duties on Houses, 97.

Shannon, Lord. See Boyle, R.

Sharleston, co. York, lands leased in, 607.

Sharpless, George, late landsurveyor in Bristol port, 60, 502.

Shaw, Charles, son of Sir John, 296.

-, Grace, widow, lease of lands of the manor of West Walton, 427; lease of premises in St. James's Street, 426.

-, Sir John, bart., Collector Inwards in London port, 296, 351; tithes of Bedford Level granted to, 299, 342, 349.

-, Moses, waiter and searcher at Abbotsbury, dismissed, 98.

Shebbear, North, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.

Shebbear, South, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.

Sheilds, Andrew, landcarriagewaiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, superseded, 102.

Shelbury, John, landwaiter in Bristol port, to be landsurveyor there, 60.

Sheldon, co. Warwick, 403.

Sheldon, Daniel, annuity order in the name of, 513.

Shelley (Shelly), Mary, pension for, 233.

-, Thomas, living in Pall Mall, London, 109.

Shelton, Thomas, lands in King's Cliffe of, 425.

Shenton, John, distributor of stamps for co. Berkshire, dismissed, 245.

Shepherd (Shepheard, Sheppard), Jonathan, concerned in provisioning the garrison of Placentia, 443.

-, Joseph, lost annuity order innovated and paid to, 308.

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

Sheppey, Isle of, co. Kent, riding officer in, 503.

Sherborn, co. Warwick, 399.

Sheriffs, accounts of, debits standing on, 572; overpayments in, 297; passing of, Exchequer fees in, 110, 141, 189; relating to Rebellion expenses, 570; surplusages on, 133, 134, 143, 148, 161, 251, 274, 275, 276, 303, 311, 314, 394, 395, 405, 484, 571.
-, expenses of, in the Rebellion, 407, 570.
-, inquisitions, 487.
-, Post Fines paid into the Exchequer by, 334, 353.

Sherlock, Thomas, D.D., Master of the Temple, 54, 464, 565.

Sherman, Elizabeth, widow, pension for, 233.

Shermer, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Berkshire, 168.

Sherrer, , agent at Gibraltar of the Contractor for Provisions, 15.

Sherriff, Richard, salt officer at Preston pans, dismissed, 504.

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

Sherwood Forest, co. Nottingham, windfall wood in, sale of, 1.

Sherwood, William, landcarriageman in London port, 409.

Shetland [Islands], collector of Customs at, 507; Comptroller of Customs in. See Terrel, W.; tidewaiters at, 507.

Shewter, John, Keeper of Twelve Oaks Walk in Windsor Forest, 367.

Shields, in Newcastle port, Surveyor of Customs at. See Conyers, N.; Ellison, R.

Shiels, Thomas, Writer in Edinburgh, to be Comptroller or Counterwarden of the Mint and Cunzie House in Scotland, 46, 571.

Shilton, co. Warwick, 401.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING:
-, Barges. See King's Barges,
-, boatswains, 21, 603.
-, commanders, 5, 56, 90, 126, 192, 299, 463, 547, 565, 574, 578, 579, 603.
-, doctors, 21.
-, Dutch, 415.
-, English, 415; manning of, subject to the Navigation Act, 213, 219, 226, 311, 603.
-, from France, 353, 386.
-, from the East Indies, 126.
-, from the South Seas, 17, 164.
-, from the West Indies, 547.
-, furniture for officers' cabins, etc., 227.
-, going to America, transporting malefactors, 191, 5789.
-, going to Antigua, 532, 603.
-, going to France, 577.
-, going to Holland, fraudulent practices of, 572.
-, going to Ireland, 73, 452.
-, going to the South Seas, 309.
-, going to Virginia, 159.
-, gunners, 22, 603.
-, in the Baltic, 21, 23, 38, 51, 219, 225, 441, 600, 610.
-, lading of, account of, 17, 164.
-, lost, 73, 389, 452.
-, masters, 21, 22, 68, 73, 105, 117, 140, 141, 194, 225, 311, 344, 362, 602, 603.
-, mates, 21, 22, 174, 323, 603.
-, owners of, 62, 140, 219, 225, 226, 532, 603.
-, pacquet boats. See Post Office.
-, pilots, 389.
-, quarantine, Ireland, 203.
-, quartermasters, 126.
-, running arms to Scotland, 436.
-, seamen, English, poor, starving at Rotterdam, relief of, 472.
-, seizures of, 21, 73, 180, 219, 222, 226, 245, 290, 295, 299, 311, 353, 363, 386, 388, 415, 436, 573, 603.
-, shares in, held by Customs Cashiers, 444.
-, stores, 22.
-, stranded, deliberately, to avoid Customs dues on cargoes, 423.
-, sweeping of, curing of, 201.
-, valuations of, 376.
-, yacht, furnishing of, 273.
-, See also Navy; Transports.

Ships, names of:
-, Anglesey, 309.
-, Antelope, galley, 362.
-, Betty, galley, 21.
-, Bridgman, sloop, 376.
-, Bridgwater, sloop, 376.
-, Camberwell, galley, 311, 603.
-, Caroline, yacht, 273.
-, Constantine, 21, 22.
-, Constantine, of Bristol, 213, 219, 226.
-, Crown, H.M.S., 30, 358.
-, Deal Castle, H.M.S., 245, 290.
-, Diamond, man of war, H.M.S., 547.
-, Dolphin, H.M.S., 24, 246.
-, Drake, sloop, H.M.S., 245, 290.
-, Elizabeth, of Ilfracombe, 388.
-, Elizabeth, H.M.S., 45, 551.
-, Elton [? sic for Constantine], 222.
-, Fortune, 194.
-, Fowey, H.M.S., 176.
-, Fubbs, yacht, 227.
-, Glasgow, H.M.S., 299.
-, Greenhill, yacht, 323, 437.
-, Henry, 594.
-, Hern, 126.
-, Jamaica, sloop, H.M.S., 309.
-, Jersey, H.M.S., 45, 551.
-, John Charles, 532, 603.
-, John Peter, of Bremen, 344, 362.
-, King George, 209.
-, Launceston, H.M.S., 30, 358.
-, Monk, H.M.S., 38, 441.
-, Mountjoy, of Londonderry, 56, 192, 463, 565.
-, Norfolk, H.M.S., 45, 551.
-, Oxford, 106.
-, Port Mahon, H.M.S., 176.
-, Portsmouth, 106.
-, Prince, sloop, 376.
-, Providence, 602.
-, Reserve, H.M.S., 574.
-, Rippon, H.M.S., 24, 246.
-, Romney, man of war, 215.
-, Royal Anne, H.M.S., 327.
-, Salmon, of Belfast, 73.
-, Samson, 106.
-, Sea Horse, H.M.S., 250.
-, Success, H.M.S., 27, 343.
-, Tryal, sloop, H.M.S., 24, 246.
-, Tyger, H.M.S., 24, 246.
-, Whidah, 594.
-, William, galley, 5, 90.

Shipton, Alice, pension for, 233.

Shipwrights, 486.

Shirley, John, late boatman at New-Castle, 503.

Shirts, for the Indians, 224; Holland, 191.

Shore, John, Serjeant Trumpeter to the Royal Household, 181, 448.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, port of, 174.

Shorter, John, a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 451.

Shorthand, used to record proceedings at the Trial of the Earl of Wintoun, 394.

Shotover and Stowood, co. Oxford, Forest of, Burroughhill Coppice, 608.
-, Elderstuff Coppice, 608.
-, Horse Pathe Coppice, 608.
-, Lodge Coppice, 608.
-, Old Thorn Coppice, 608.
-, Quarry Coppice, 608.
-, Rayle Close, lease of lodge and mansion house with, 608.
-, Redhill Coppice, 608.
-, Rowe Coppice, 608.
-, Thornhill Forest, 608.
-, tithes in, lease of the farm of, 608.
-, Wheateley Coppice, 608.
-, Woodgrove, 608.

Shotteswell, Shotswell, co. Warwick, 401.

Shrewley, Shrowley, co. Warwick, 399.

Shrewsbury, Duke of. See Talbot, C.

Shrider, Christopher, Organ Maker to the King, 183; repairing organs in royal Chapels, 486.

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

Shropshire, county of, Commissioners to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in, 424.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Wood, W.
-, Sheriff of. See Church, W.; Mackworth, B.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Baldwin, W.; Bowdler, A.

Shrowley. See Shrewley.

Shrubshill Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Shuckburgh, Nether, Shukbrough, co. Warwick, 401.

Shugborough, John, of Boreatton, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Warwick, 424.

Shukbrough. See Shuckburgh.

Shustoke, Shustock, co. Warwick, 403.

Shute, Samuel, colonel, going as Governor to New England, freight charges of his equipage, 28; Governor of New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bay, 273, 353.

Shuttington, co. Warwick, 403.

Sibsey, Silsey, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

Sicily, King of, Ambassador of, sealing of goods of, 47; Secretary to, present for, 385. See also Trivie, Marchese di.
-, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Mordaunt, C.,Earl of Peterborough,
-, reception in the Romney man of war, and carriage to Piedmont, 215.
-, See also Savoy, Duke of.

Sick and Wounded, Commissioners for, accounts made up by, 158, 359; bills drawn by, 406; bills drawn on, 211. See also Burton, R.; Fowler, J.; Secretary and Accountant to. See Garrard, J.; Lynn, F.
-, Office of, stationery wares served to, 158, 359.
-, seamen, 5, 10, 51, 96, 127, 406, 610.
-, Treasurer for, accounts of, 495, 516.
-,-, South Sea Stock in hands of, 359, 406; dividends paid on, 172, 173, 457.
-,-, See also Povey, R.; Savery, T.

Sidley. See Sedley.

Signet, Clerk of the, royal warrants to, 75, 77, 82, 83, 102, 123, 130, 132, 134, 148, 151, 196, 199, 222, 252, 263, 267, 268, 283, 284, 289, 303, 308, 325, 329, 341, 346, 376, 387, 409, 421, 447, 469, 498, 531, 538.
-, Office, bill remaining in, 201. fees in, 605, 606.
-,-, Records in, presses provided for the accommodation of, 65.

Signets, Chief Engraver of. See Roos, J.

Silick, Alice, royal bounty for, 51.

Silks, importation of, clandestinely, 220.
-, of Mantua, 363, 445.
-, seized by Customs officers on a Dutch ship at Weymouth, 577.
-, wrought, duties on. See Customsduties.

Silsey. See Sibsey.

Silver, coins. See Coins; Mintcoinage.
-, medals, 159.
-, mine, in Scotland, 44, 410, 416, 442, 537, 554.
-, standard, for 1688, used at the Trial of the moneys in the Pix, 424.

Simons (Simmonds, Simmons, Simonds, Symonds), . captain, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

-, Henry, living in Murrell's Yard, London, 109.

-, John, tenant of lands at Gillingham, 380, 381.

-, -, tidesman at Poole, dismissed, 98.

-, Jonathan, King's waiter in London port, 212, 215, 226.

-, Mary, pension for, 233.

-, Richard, tidesman, inferior list, London port, dismissed, 61.

-, Robert, living in Murrell's Yard, London, 109.

-, Thomas, collector of duties on Hides in co. Cornwall, 120.

Simpson (Sympson), George, coastwaiter in London port, 99.

-, -, pension for, 233.

-, Henry, royal bounty for, 129.

-, John, boatman at Lochryan, superseded, 506.

-, -, coastwaiter in London port, 99.

-, Joshua, late a landwaiter in Bristol port, 61.

-, Margaret, pension for, 233.

-, Michael, landwaiter at Whitehaven, 576.

-, Sarah, pension for, 233.

-, Stephen, waiter and searcher at Holy Island, 323.

-, Sir William, Fifth Baron of the Exchequer, 303, 350, 353, 572.

Sinclair, Henry, landcarriagewaiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 102.

Sinnock, Nicholas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 323.

Sion, late Monastery of, in co. Middlesex, lands of, 382.

Skene, , major, agent to the Earl of Stair, lodgings in St. James's Street of, 536.

-, Alexander, late Secretary to the Council of Barbados, 392.

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

-, William, petition for lease of lands in Portsmouth, Harwich and Chatham, 249.

Skipwith, Edward, lands in co. Norfolk of, 350.

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

Slane, Lord. See Fleming, C.

Slate. See Uist.

Slaters, 516.

Slaughter, Chambers, officer under the Commissioners for Traitors' Estates, etc., 390, 536.

Sleckford. See Stickford.

Slee, George, searcher at Lynn Regis, 351.

Sliford, Thomas, new method of preparing and making salt invented by, 250.

Slingelandt, Monsieur van, Secretary to the Council of the States General of the United Provinces, certificates and accounts of, 152, 153, 154, 155, 263, 264, 268, 270, 284, 286, 331, 334.

Slingsby, Elizabeth, pension for, 233.

-, Sarah, Maid of Honour to Queen Anne, marriage portion of, 623.

-, Victoria, pension for, 233.

Sloane, Sir Hans, baronet fee due from, 197.

-, [William], patent searcher in London port, leave of absence for, 31, 357.

Sloper, William, [of the Army Pay Office], 30, 34, 35, 45, 281, 304, 343, 360, 429, 494, 523, 547.
-, attending or to attend the Treasury, 11, 18, 27, 32, 33, 50, 369.
-, issue to, 1.
-, memorials of, 5, 9, 11, 20, 27.
-, payment by, 514.
-, petition referred to, 140.

Small, Charles, watchman of the Salt duty in the Prestonpans collection, dismissed, 99.

-, William, salt carrier, prisoner in Worcester gaol, 201, 248.

Smart, Thomas, tidesman and boatman in Weymouth port, 503.

Smelt, Leonard, a Commissioner for Stating the Army Debts, 149, 292, 489, 596.

Smethberd, Robert, lottery order of, 111n.

Smethin. See Smithin.

Smidt, Mary, Laundress to the late Prince George of Denmark, pension for, 233.

Smith (Smyth), Alexander, tidewaiter at Montrose, dismissed, 506.

-, Andrew, watchman of the Salt duty in the Borrowstounness collection, 506; same in the Kirkcaldy collection, dismissed, 100.

-, Ann, Mrs., royal bounty for, 51.

-, Anthony, waiter and searcher at Portland, 323.

-, Bartlett, captain of the Betty galley, affidavit of, concerning the Constantine, 21, 22.

-, Charles, a Comptroller of the warehouse for prohibited East India goods in London port, 437.

-, Daniel, Lieutenant Governor of Nevis, 207, 299, 441, 584.

-, David, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, 507.

-, Henry, late Treasurer to the Commissioners for building 50 new Churches in London, 7, 110, 582.

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

-, James, chief mate of the Constantine, 22; affidavit of, 21.

-, -, prosecuted for [? smuggling] brandy and other goods, 295, 371.

-, -, salt officer in the Kirkcaldy collection, dismissed, 102.

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

-, -, Fourth Baron of the Exchequer Court, 227, 580.

-, -, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, 175.

-, -, royal bounty for, 110.

-, -, watchman in London port, 98.

-, Nicholas, lease of land and tenements in Windmill Fields, Westminster, 107.

-, Richard, late assistant to the Clerk of Ships' Entries in London port, 534.

-, Seleucus, to be instructed in Customs affairs at the waterside, 139.

-, Thomas, an old soldier, pension for, 233.

-, -, Housekeeper at the House of Commons, 312.

-, -, late a Commissioner for Stating the Army Debts, 149, 210.

-, -, Pensionary Yeoman of the Guard, 182, 319, 449.

-, William, Comptroller of Customs in Poole port, 351.

-, -, minister going to the Leeward Islands, passage money for, 100.

-, -, musician to the King of Denmark, bounty for, 498.

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

-, -, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 387, 428, 436, 509, 607.

-, -, tidesurveyor at Crail, near Kirkcaldy, 505.

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

Smithin (Smethin, Smithen, Smythin), Samuel, the King's Goldsmith, 63, 200, 408, 614.

Smiths, 516, 535.

Smithsby, Rabsey, pension for, 233.

Smithson, Robert, riding officer of Customs, assaulted near Hull, 436.

Smithwick, Henry, payment for prosecuting a criminal, 202.

Smitterfeild. See Snitterfield.

Smuggling (clandestine trade, running of goods):
-, at Glasgow, 524.
-, from France, 502.
-, from Guernsey, 135.
-, from Jersey, 135.
-, in Scotland, 508.
-, of brandy, 106, 141, 295, 299, 310.
-, of bullion, 126.
-, of East India goods, 126.
-, of Irish beef, 483.
-, of salt, 248, 483, 525.
-, of silks, 220.
-, of wines, 141, 483.
-, of wool, 106, 217; to France, 55, 220.
-, owlers, discovering of, 134, 220; prosecution of, 106.
-, suppression of, methods proposed by Customs Commissioners for, 561.

Smyrna, Turkey, carpets from, 67, 521.

Smyth. See Smith.

Smythin. See Smithin.

Snitterfield, Smitterfeild, co. Warwick, 399.

Snooks, John, lease of tenements in St. James's bailiwick, 354.

Snow, Mathew, Register for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.

-, Ralph, annuity order in the name of, 513.

Snuff, trading in, abuses contrary to the Act 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 46 controlling, 583.

Soap, duties on. See Exciseduties; ScotlandExcise, duties.

Soham, Sotham, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.

Sohlenthal, Heinrich Friedrich, freiherr von, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Denmark, 361.

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

Soley Hill. See Solihull.

Solicitor General, 15, 20, 42, 43, 49, 92, 102, 111, 122, 124, 137, 139, 196, 213, 228, 249, 313, 352, 359, 404, 537.
-, attending or to attend the Treasury, 9, 11, 581.
-, petitions, etc., referred to, 524, 546.
-, reports and opinions of, 6, 29, 67, 250, 356, 434, 476, 496, 527, 569.
-, royal warrants to, 63, 93, 94, 145, 185, 197, 250, 266, 278, 279, 294, 296, 341, 343, 349, 404, 409, 410, 420, 450, 485, 487, 526, 530, 553, 567.
-, warrant to, 569.
-, See also Lechmere, Sir N.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Solihull, Soley Hill, co. Warwick, 403, 424.

Somers, John, Comptroller of Customs in London port, 351.

-, -, Lord Somers, pension of, 57, 192, 375.

Somerset, county of, Crown revenues in, Auditor of, 124; Receiver for, 292.
-, Deputy Lieutenant of. See Pearce, W.
-, Duchy of Cornwall rents in, 151.
-, Receiver General of duties on Houses, 580.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Bowdidge, J.; Hutchins, B.
-, Sheriff of. See Trevillian, J.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Baker, R.; Crapp, C.; Methuen, R.

Somerset, Duke of. See Seymour, C.

Somerset Herald. See Stebbing, S.

Somerset House. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.

Somersham, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.

Somerville, William, of Edston, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Warwick, 424.

Sone, Thomas, engraver of seals for the Post Office, 443.

Sorel, Francis, Secretary for the duties on Houses, 97.

Sotham. See Soham.

Sous. See Coinslivres.

Souselles, Mile, de, of the Society of Haarlem, pension for, 239.

South, Charles, land in King's Cliffe in tenure of, 425.

South Forehoe. See Forehoe.

South Greenhoe. See Greenhoe.

South Molton. See Molton.

South Roborough. See Roborough.

SOUTH SEA COMPANY, South Sea and Fishery Corporation (as by 9 Anne, c. 15 and 10 Anne, c. 37), 219.
-, annuity of, 17, 49.
-,-, Cashier of, 219. See also Knight, R.
-,-, chief accountant to. See Grigsby, J.
-,-, Directors of, 17, 18.
-,-, fund of, deficiency of, payments to answer, 21, 30, 219, 358, 359, 510, 531.
-,-, House of, 172.
-,-, management charges, allowance for, 72.
-,-, Mortgage, 5th General (anno 1709, as by 7 Anne, c. 31), loans on, 482. 6th General (anno 1710, as by 8 Anne, c. 14) Customs duties appropriated to, 481; loans on, Register of, 35, 389; subscriptions, 35, 389.
-,-, ships lading for the use of, 17, 164.
-,-, Stock of, 18. dividends on, 14, 48. 137, 172, 173, 248, 456. 579. enlarged (as by 1 Geo. I, st, 2, c. 21), 70, 72, 359, 481, 510. in hands of public Paymasters and Treasurers, subscribed for the use of the public, 17, 172, 360, 384, 456, 579.
-,-, loan paid in, 41.
-,-, sale of, above par, 358. by Navy Treasurer. See NavyTreasurer. discount on, 10, 128 moneys arising from, issues or payments out of, 5, 10, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 88, 89, 91, 128, 225, 246, 250, 294, 309, 406. Trustees for, 8, 91, 124; accounts of, 4, 122; contract with, 4.
-,-, transfers of, 8, 14, 17, 137, 219, 228, 248, 384.
-, Sub-Governor of, 17.
-, subscriptions to, 35, 389, 467; issue out of, 12; sold on the Government's account, 570.
-, warrants to, 228, 456.

South Seas, ship arrived from, 17, 164; ship voyaging to, 309.

South Shebbear. See Shebbear.

South Shields, co. Durham, in Sunderland port, waiter and searcher at, 98, 576.

South Wonford. See Wonford.

Southam, co. Warwick, 402.

Southampton, county of, Crown land revenues in, Receiver of, 201.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Hooker, E.
-, Sheriff of. See Hobby, Sir T.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Vesey, W.

Southampton, co. Southampton, 61.
-, Comptroller of Customs at. See Whaley, J.
-, Customer Outwards. See Cardonell, J.
-, Customers at, 129, 144.
-, Sheriff of. See Cornelius, W.
-, Surveyor of Customs at. See Culliford, J.

Southesk, Earl of. See Carnegie, J.

Southrey, Southerie, in Bardney, co. Lincoln, 381.

Southwark, co. Surrey, city and borough of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167; Surveyor of the duties on Houses for. See Bond, T.

Southwell, co. Nottingham, schoolmaster of, perpetuity for, 58, 459, 566.

Southwell, Edward, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 64, 456, 461, 539. 541, 563, 564; a Commissioner for executing the Office of Lord Privy Seal, 513, 596.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Excise and of the Revenue in Ireland, 246.

Sow, co. Warwick, 402.

SPAIN, Army in. See Army.
-, Emperor of Germany as King of, Spaniards going over to the service of, 332.
-, King of, 286, 287.
-,-, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Benson, R., Lord Bingley; Methuen, P.
-,-, Court of, Secretary employed at. See Uzardi, J. B.
-,-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Bubb, G.
-,-, Ministers of, 284, 286, 332.
-,-, Plenipotentiaries of, 284. subsidy paid to, for provision of Spanish troops raised for the service of England, 287.
-,-, remittances to, accounts of, 37.
-,-, troops of, charge of maintaining, 283288.

Spalding, co. Lincoln, parish of, lease of lands in, 381; tithes in and around, 350.

Spaniels, of the Prince of Wales, 89.

Spark (Sparke), Thomas, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, 506.

-, Triamore, riding officer at Lydd, dismissed, 503.

Sparry, John, Receiver General of Taxes for the county and city of Worcester, 168, 490.

Spear, Henry, tidesman and boatman at Weymouth, 503.

Spencer, Charles, Earl of Sunderland, Lord Privy Seal, allowance in lieu of diet, and fee of, 143, 211, 353, 513; going to Aix-la-Chapelle, 596; payment by, 387; rich purse for, 133.
-, Treasurer at War in Ireland, 345.
-, Vice Treasurer, Receiver General and Paymaster General of Ireland, 6, 26, 105, 345.

-, Nathaniel, waiter and searcher and riding officer at Emsworth, in Southampton port, to be Supervisor of riding officers in West Sussex, 61.

Spernall, co. Warwick, 400.

Spotswood, Alexander, Deputy Governor of Virginia, 112.

Springthorp, Henry, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

Spry, William, junior, Collector of Customs, Exeter port, 61.

Stables, Edward, Clerk Assistant attending the House of Commons, 312.

Stables, See Royal Mews and Stables.

Stafford, county of, Commissioners to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in, 424.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Bayley, J.
-, riots in, suppression of, 344.
-, Sheriff of. See Mosley, O.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Parkes, J.; Underwood, J.

Stafford, co. Stafford, borough of, 399.

Stafford, Thomas, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.

Staines, [Philip], farm at Gillingham of, 381.

Stair, Earl of. See Dalrymple, J.

Stamfeild, John, tidewaiter at Inverness, dismissed, 505.

Stamford, co. Lincoln, Grenadier Guardsman dying at, 171; wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.

Stamford, John, General Surveyor of duties on Houses, 53.

STAMP DUTIES (stamped paper, parchment and vellum, as by 910 Wm. III, c. 25, 1 Anne, c. 7, 6 Anne, c. 2, 9 Anne, c. 16, 10 Anne, c. 18, 10 Anne, c. 19, and 13 Anne, c. 18), 165, 489, 490.
-, Commissioners for, 512.
-,-, leave of absence for, 395.
-,-, letter to, 175.
-,-, memorial from, 548.
-,-, petition referred to, 245.
-,-, reports of, 248.
-,-, representation of, 115.
-,-, warrants to, 71, 129, 175, 181, 245, 248, 307, 314, 347, 362, 397, 417, 548, 604.
-,-, See also Carew, N.; Gardiner, B.; Houlditch, R.; Pye, R.; Warner, T.
-, distributors of stamps, 129, 175, 181, 245, 248, 307, 314, 548, 549.
-, fees, tables of, public display of, 175.
-, Office for, in Lincoln's Inn, 489.
-,-, incidents bill, 164, 489, 490.
-,-, salary bill, 304, 512.
-,-, stampers in, 71, 307, 397, 417, 604.
-, officers, on salaries below 100l., rebate of Land Tax to, 347.
-, rates or prices of, 115.

-, in Scotland. See Scotland.

Stamshaw, co. Southampton, near Portsmouth, clay removed from the foreshore at, 67, 68.

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

Stanfall. See Stansall.

Stanfield, Samuel, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.

Stanground, Stand Ground, co. Huntingdon, 349.

Stanhope, Charles, Under Secretary of State, 312.

-, Edward, colonel, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 259, 260, 339.

-, James, general, 186, 287; Commander in Chief of the Army in Catalonia, 285, 286; regiment of Dragoons of, pay of, 258, 259, 338.

-, -, Secretary of State, 6, 23, 60, 101, 114, 133, 175n., 180, 181, 186, 193, 194, 207, 216, 240, 241, 242, 243, 276, 313, 315, 412, 413, 414, 415; allowance or salary of, 63, 178, 310, 500, 614; secret service issues, 65, 200, 311, 514.

-, William, colonel, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 259, 260, 339.

Stanion, Stannion, co. Northampton, 150.

Stanion, John, land in Brigstock manor of, 150.

Stanley, Sir John, bart., Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, 182, 449.

-, Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby, perpetuity (Lady Margaret's) for Divinity Lecturer at Oxford University founded by, 58, 465, 562.

Stansall (Stanfall), Thomas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.

Stanton, John, petition for lease of land near the Fryers Clay Pit in co. Warwick, 170.

Stanwix, , Solicitor for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.

-, [Thomas], brigadier, late Governor of (Gibraltar, 31, 364; regiment of Foot of, pay of, 256, 258, 260, 340.

Stanyan, Abraham, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany, 404, 411, 416, 550; Secretary at Vienna, 50.

Starch, duties on. See Exciseduties; ScotlandExcise, duties.

Starcross, co. Devon, saltworks at, watchman for, 483.

Starr, Elizabeth, daughter of John, 308.

-, John, annuity order in the name of, 308.

State Paper Office, Keeper of. See Howard, H.

States General. See Holland.

Statham, Charles, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.

Stather, , living in Angell Yard, London, 109.

Stationers, 96, 479; of London, 108.

Stationery, for Ambassadors, 413, 472, 473, 508; for the Custom House, 156; for the Lottery Offices, 36, 475, 479; for the Offices of the Secretaries of State. 95, 184, 321, 450, 514, 600.

Statutes, Book of, great seal of the Order of the Garter to be affixed to, 325.

Stawell (Stawel, Stowell), John, Lord Stawell, trustees of the personal estate of, 209.

-, Ralph, Lord Stawell, part of an annuity assigned to, 209.

-, William, Lord Stawell, a trustee of the estate of the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 197, 526.

Stebbing, Samuel, Somerset Herald, 69, 458, 542.

Steckford. See Stickford.

Stedman, James, carpeneter, working in Leadenhall Street, 535.

Steen, Henry, royal bounty for, 417.

Steidel, Godfried, porter of the Lutheran Chapel, pension for, 233.

Stephens (Stevens), Mary, widow, petition of, 191.

-, Nicholas, tidesman at St. Ives, 174.

-, [Robert], Solicitor of the Customs, 602.

-, Robert, Messenger appointed to look after the Printing Press, 461, 542, 564.

-, William, a security for T. King, 470.

Stephenson (Stevenson), Solomon, Customer at Ipswich, 351.

Sterling, James, captain, formerly in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, put on the Half Pay Establishment in Ireland, 104.

-, John, captain, order of loan (on Candles duties) vested in, 395.

-, Walter, Master of the Wardrobe in Scotland, 589.

Stern, [Robert], brigadier, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 262, 337.

Stert, Sir Anthony, Agent to Viscount Falkland, 495.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stevenson. See Stephenson.

Steward alias Harris, John, highway robber, apprehended, 148.

Stewart (Steuart, Stuart), , Solicitor for Forfeited Estates in Scotland, 357.

-, Alexander, salt officer in the Alloa collection, 102.

-, Charles, landwaiter and searcher at Kirkcaldy, dismissed, 102.

-, James, 2nd Earl of Bute, 464; annuity or pension of, 195, 421, 460, 540, 559.

-, -, major, coming express from the Duke of Argyll, royal bounty for, 7, 123.

-, Sir James, late Queen's Advocate in Scotland, 404; payment for attendance on sundry affairs, 26; report of, 31, 362; royal bounty for, 315; Solicitor General for Scotland, 335, 605.

-, [John], lieutenant general, regiment of Foot of, pay of, 255, 257, 341; recruits for, 490.

-, William, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, regiment of Dragoons of, on Irish Establishment, 243, 434; regiment of Foot of, pay of, 254, 256, 340.

Stickford, Steckford, co. Lincoln, tithes in and around, 350.

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

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

Stilly, Adam, watchman of the Salt duty in the Alloa collection, 100.

Stilton, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.

Stirling, co. Stirling, 442, 523; Castle, Lieutenant Governor and Garrison, 446.

Stirum, Amelie de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

-, Marie Urseline de, a French refugee, pension for, 239.

Stivers. See Coinsguilders.

Stoake. See Stoke.

Stockdale, Thomas, tidesurveyor at Broughty, 505.

Stockton, co. Warwick, 402.

Stockton upon Tees, co. Durham, Customs collector at, 313; lands in, 136.

Stockwell, John, a Paymaster of interest on Exchequer Bills, 62, 66, 71, 81, 143, 214, 251, 390, 536.

Stoke, Stoke Ferry, Stoake, co. Norfolk, tithes in, 349, 350.

Stone, Charles, late Serjeant at Arms attending the House of Lords, 294.

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

Stoneleigh, Stonleigh, co. Warwick, 402.

Stonydelph, Stonindale, co. Warwick, 403.

Storeaker, John, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for the North Riding of co. York, 53.

Story, Edward, victim of an assault, 477.

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

-, Leonard, tidesurveyor at Hull, superannuated, 129.

-, Samuel, Deputy Comptroller of the Excise, 470.

Stot, Thomas, tenant of land at Chatham, 381.

Stourton, co. Warwick, 400.

Stowell. See Stawell.

Stowood Forest. See Shotover.

Strafford, Earl of. See Wentworth, T.

Strahan, Charles, deputy King's waiter, London port, 61.

Straits, the, ship home from a trading voyage to, 213, 219, 226.

Stralsund, Germany, English Envoy journeying to, 305, 306; King of Sweden at, 306.

Stranraer, co. Wigtown, 505, 506; salt duty collection at, 274; tidewaiters at, 507.

Strasburg, on the Rhine, 413.

Stratford, Old, co. Warwick, 400.

Strathnaver, Lord. See Gordon, W.

Straw, for Foot Guards, 37, 433, 574.

Stretton, in Knightlow hundred, co. Warwick, 401.

Stretton on Fosse, Tretton Onffose, co. Warwick, 400.

Strickland, Richard, lands in King's Cliffe of, 425.

-, Thomas, Commissioner or Chief Officer of the Transfer Office for the 1710 Lottery, 391.

-, William, a Commissioner of Excise and of the Revenue in Ireland, 246; leave of absence for, 595.

Strode, John, churchwarden of Glaston, 292.

Strong, John, boatman and tidesman at Pembroke Ferry, 129; tidesman in Bristol port, 437.

Struther, Anne, pension for, 233.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Stubbridge Coppice. See Chertsey.

Stubbs (Stubs), Cornelius, tidesurveyor at North Berwick, 99.

-, Samuel, King's Ratkiller, livery for, 190; salary of, 182, 183, 448, 450.

-, William, a Cashier of the Bank of England, 478.

Studholme, Michael, captain, late Surveyor of the King's Private Roads [and Guide in all his Progresses], 15, 372, 373, 410, 530, 540.

Studley, co. Warwick, 400.

Sturt, Joseph, surety for J. Weston, extended estate of, 104.

-, Nathaniel, 104; surety of J. Weston, extended estate of, 99.

Sturton, Richard, lands in King's Cliffe of, 425.

Styver, Smiter, Deputy Comptroller of Customs at Newhaven, 174.

Subliere. See Sabliere.

Subsidies. See Assessments; of Tonnage and Poundage. See Customsduties; to the Allies. See Allies.

Suffolk, county of, Crown Land revenues in, messenger for levying. See Swaine, J.
-, Receiver General of House Duties for. See Bacon, P.; Trotman, W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Bacon, P.; Lynch, W.; Nash, H.; Trotman, W.
-, Sheriff of. See Miles, J.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Morris, H.; Palmer, W.

Suffolk and Bindon, Earl of. See Howard, Henry.

Sugar, destroyed in a London public house, 558.

Sunderland, co. Durham, 576; landwaiter at, 503; Surveyor [of Customs] at. See Croft, L.; Veryard, E.

Sunderland, Earl of. See Spencer, C.

Sunmans, Peter, royal bounty for, 410.

Sunninghill, co. Berkshire, taxes set in super on, 587.

Sunninghill Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Supplies. See Assessments.

Surgeons, 443; to the Royal Household, 182, 317.

Surrepsell, Thomas, highway robber, apprehended, 148.

Surrey, bailiwick of, 31, 367.

Surrey, county of, estates of Viscount Bolingbroke in, 594.
-, Receiver General of duties on Houses. See Weston, J.
-, Receivers General of Taxes. See Martin, J.; Nuthall, J.; Weston, J.
-, Sheriff of. See Plume, J.; Wandell, J.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Burt, J.; Charlewood, T.

Surveyors. See Customs: Scotland Customs.

Sus, Suz, Suze, in Morocco, Emperor of, 413; Plenipotentiary to. See Paddon, G.

Sussex, county of, brandy smuggling in, 310.
-, coast of, riding officers for guarding, 61.
-, owlers and smugglers in, 134; methods proposed for suppression of, 561; prosecution of, 106.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Dee, J.; Dee, N.; Dee, W.; Tredcroft, N.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Fuller, J.; Scrivener, J.
-, Western Division of, Surveyor of the Riding Officers in. See Field, J.; Spencer, N.

Sutherland, Earl of. See Gordon, J.

Sutherland, Charlotte, Lady Dufrus, royal bounty for, 27, 342.

-, David; landwaiter, searcher and coastwaiter at Leith, 505.

-, Kenneth, Lord Dufrus, prisoner in the Tower, allowance for subsistence, 38, 442; guards of, 451.

Sutton, co. York, 310.

Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 403, 424.

Sutton Grange, co. York, leased from the Master of the late Savoy Hospital for three lives, 310.

Sutton, [Richard], brigadier, regiment of Foot of, clearings of, 475; pay of, 261, 262, 337; recruits for, 475.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, 57.

Swacey. See Swavesey.

Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.

Swaffham Prior, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.

Swaine, George, living in Murrell's Yard, London, 109.

-, James, messenger for levying Land Revenues in cos. Bedford, Buckingham, Cambridge and Suffolk, 116.

Swan, James, boatman at Fort Ross and Cromarty, declining service, 505.

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, 504; Collector of Customs at. See Gwynn, R.; Gwynn, W.

Swanton, William, Customer of Poole port, 351.

Swavesey Fen, Swacey Fen, co. Cambridge, 349.

Sweden, King of, at Adrianople, 305; at Stralsund, 306; picture of, 198, 527; Resident with. See Jackson, R.; Jefferys, J.

Sweet, [Benjamin, Deputy Paymaster in Holland], overpayment made by, 27.

Swinley Rails. See Windsor Forest.

Swinley Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Swintoun, Margaret, pension for, 233.

Switzerland, 235, 413.
-, Cantons of, Resident with. See Manning, F.
-, Forces of, serving in England in the 1715 Rebellion. See ArmyForeign Forces.

Sybourg, [Charles de], major general, regiment of Foot of, clearings of, 475; pay of, 255, 257, 262, 338; recruits for, 475.

Sydenham, Richard, pension for, 233.

Sydney, John, 20th Earl of Leicester, petition for grant of the offices of High Steward, Bailiff, Woodward and Keeper of the Honor and Manor of Otford, 201, 419.

Symes, Charles, late Surveyor at the Pill in Bristol port, 61.

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

-, L'Estrange, Comptroller of the Revels, 69, 451, 566.

Symonds. See Simons.

Sympson. See Simpson.