Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 31, 1717. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1960.
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Gace, Joseph, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Lincoln, 629, 655.
Gadden. See Gairden.
Gage, Thomas, petition of, 39.
Gairden (Gadden), [Alexander], junior advocate from Scotland attending the trial of Rebels at Carlisle, 202.
Galambi, Ignatio, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Galana, Juan, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Galbally [co. Limerick], barracks, half a company of foot at, 545.
Gallardy, Lewis, pension for, 525.
Gallaway, William, sued T. Porter of Hilgay for debt, petition of, 715.
Galley. See Gually.
Gallisian, Charles, respited half pay officer, 527.
Gallow, North, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.
Galloway, bishopric of, annuity granted out of, 469; Collector of rents in. See Murray, A.
Gallows and hurdle, 106.
Galway, co. Galway, barracks at, 16 companies of foot at, 546.
-, Customs officers at, 517.
-, Guards, fire and candle for, 536.
-, gunners at, pay for, 534.
-, mattrosses at, pay for, 534.
-, storekeeper at, pay for, 534.
Galway, Earl of. See Ruvigny, H. de M. de.
Gamball, Joseph, Hackney Coachman, affidavit made by, 36.
Gaming Houses. See Stamp Duties.
Gard, Peter, petition of, 66.
-, William, tidesman in London port, 389.
Garde, Martha la, pension for, 525.
Gardener. See Gardiner.
Gardens, the. See Royal Gardens.
Gardiner (Gardener, Gardner), , Alderman, payment to, for hire of carters etc., 706.
-, -, captain, payments to, for Lord Mark Kerr's regiment, 267.
-, -, captain, sent express to London from France, 150.
-, Sir Brocas, a Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 147.
-, John, boatman at Dumbarton, 289.
-, -, boatman at Dartmouth port, 615.
-, Joseph, estate of John Barnes extended for debt, 451.
-, Pat., Rebel prisoner transported to St. Christopher, 207.
-, Peter, Customs preventive officer at Boscastle, 552.
-, Robert, Page of the Bedchamber, gift of plate to, at the christening of his child, 229.
-, -, esquire, petition of, 25, 393394.
-, Thomas, drawing plans of the Grand Post Roads, 232.
-, -, esquire, Keeper of the Stores of Small Arms, fee of, 636.
-, William, tidesman, London port, 646.
-, -, warehousekeeper at Bristol, 181.
Garedevillin, [co. Monaghan]. See Garradevlin.
Garnett, Francis, adjutant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 540.
Garradevlin, Garedevillin, [co. Monaghan], barracks, half a company of foot at, 547.
Garret, Henry, proposed as deputy to Samuel Dawson, a King's Waiter, 288, 293294.
Garripuy, Francis, ensign, pension on the Irish Establishment, 522.
Garrison, Anthony, pension for, 525.
Garstang, co. Lancaster, 484; executions at, 106.
Garter, Order of the, annuity for, issues for, 295, 609.
-, Chancellor of, 59, 665. See also Talbot, W.
-, for Prince Frederick, fees, 59, 665.
-, for the Duke of York, fees, 59, 665.
-, Knight of, fees of honour upon making a, petition in behalf of the King's servants entitled to, 665.
Garter King at Arms, office of, reversionary patent of, 57, 61, 299, 607, 618, 620, 643. See also Anstis, J.; St. George, Sir H.
Garth, Thomas, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 544.
Gary, Nathaniel, cashier-clerk to the Paymaster of Malt Lottery Tickets, 555.
Gascoigne, , a Rebel, 196.
-, Joseph, Agent Victualler at Port Mahon, 811; Receiver General and Collector of the King's royal rents etc. in Minorca, 151.
Gash, Catharine, Countess Dowager of Barrymore, petition of, 617; husband of. See Gash, Francis.
-, Francis, husband of Catharine, Countess Dowager of Barrymore, a security for his brother, John Cash [sic], 617.
-, See also Cash, John.
Gashone, John, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.
Gaskell, Daniel, damages to his Meeting House in Pilkington, 187.
-, Nathaniel, demolition of his Meeting House in Manchester, 187.
Gaubert, Stephen, respited half pay officer, 527.
Gaugh, Francis, demolition of his Meeting House at Deritand, 188.
Gaume, Benja[min], cornet, respited half pay officer, 526.
Gauntlet, John, underkeeper of the Privy Council Records, 169.
Gausseran, Peter, quarter master, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 539.
Gavell, Peter, lease of tenements etc. in Glass-house Street, Great Swallow Street and Vine Street, 135, 283285.
Gawen, Thomas, a malefactor transported to Jamaica, 171.
Gazette, the, advertisements inserted in, 13, 38, 49, 104, 285, 311, 450, 473, 480, 667, 723; rewards published in, 458, 696.
Gee, John, demolition of his Meeting House in Monton, 187.
-, Richard, a Manager and Director of the Lottery [as by 3 Geo. I, c. 7], 447, 703; Comptroller of the Classis Lottery anno 1712, 624.
-, -, Sheriff of co. Kent, 378.
Gelley, John, captain, premises in Jermyn Street in the tenure of, 282.
General Letter Office. See Post Office.
General Mortgage. See South Sea Company.
Geneste, Lewis, ensign, pension for, 523.
Geneva [Genoa on pp. 76, 227, sic for Geneva], Republic of, Resident at. See Ambassadors. See also Genoa.
Genoa, Genova [p. 200 Geneva, sic for Genoa], 558, 559.
-, Agent at, bill of, 200.
-, corn bought up at, 559; corn from, 823.
-, Dragoons left sick at, 560.
-, Envoy at. See Ambassadors.
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Ambassadors.
-, measure of corn, 811.
-, provisions for the Forces in Spain received from, 681.
-, ships hired by merchants at, 558.
-, velvet, 416.
Gentleman harbinger. See Reeves R.
Gentleman Usher Black Rod, attending the House of Peers, allowance for, 572; allowance to, 176, 445, 449, 635. See also Oldes, Sir W.
Gentlemen Pensioners, Band of, attending the King at Windsor and Hampton Court, travelling charges, 457.
-, attending the Prince in the King's absence, 457.
-, Clerk of the Cheque. See Pendock, P.
-, gentleman harbinger. See Reeves, R.
-, issues for, 25, 66.
-, names of, 457.
-, Receiver and Paymaster of, issues to, 170171, 393, 457, 616617, 701. See also Smith, W.
George I, absence of, Guardian of the Kingdom during the. See Wales Prince of.
-, accession of, on the 1st Aug., 1714, 235.
-, addresses to, from the House of Commons, 318, 368.
-, apartments at Hampton Court, 652; at St. James's, 170.
-, appoints a yearly sum for a Professor of Ecclesiastical History in Glasgow University, 469, 470.
-, at Newmarket, 49, 622.
-, birthday, writing compositions for, payment to the Master of the Musick for, 572.
-, brought from Utrecht to Hellevoetsluis, 280.
-, dressing room, at Kensington, 652; at St. James's, 652.
-, expenses in proclaiming, allowance to a sheriff for, 320.
-, French wines for the use of, 100.
-, gift of plate by, 97, 229, 301, 713, 726.
-, Hanoverian First Minister, Envoy and Secretary of Embassies come from Hanover from, 108.
-, house at St. James's purchased for the service of, 623.
-, in Council, 115, 149, 152.
-, linen of, presses to be made for, 272.
-, new barge for, 170.
-, opening speech to Parliament, 48.
-, petitions translated into French for, 39, 55.
-, pictures of, payment for drawing, 391.
-, presents by, 220, 570, 587, 616.
-, progress to Hanover, 138139; clerk attending. See Armested, M.; Brereton, T.; office keeper attending. See Burrows, I.
-, report of the Commissioners of the Equivalent offered to, 361.
-, scullery at Hampton Court, 575.
-, warrants of, travelling charges for the, 392.
-, wine cellar at Hampton Court, fitting up, 575.
-, voyage back to England from abroad, expense of, 100.
-, wines for, 72.
George, Prince of Denmark [consort of Queen Anne], discharge of the administrators of, 68; plate of, 68.
George, William, boatman in Rochester port, 646.
-, -, tidesman and boatman in Poole port, 497, 646.
George Augustus, son of George I, Duke of Cornwall, on the accession of George I, created Prince of Wales, 27th September, 1715, 163, 235, 269.
-, apartments of, at Hampton Court, 273; at St. James's, 170.
-, attended by the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 457.
-, bills allowed by, 77, 78.
-, building a kitchen for, at St. James's, 213, 442.
-, Council of, on the 23rd July, 662.
-, dining table to be made for, 575.
-, directions of, concerning Army pay, 421.
-, Guardian of the Kingdom, approves a report on smuggling, 161; letters patent, charges for passing, 139; sign manuals, 81, 87, 88, 90, 91, 93, 94, 97, 98, 102.
-, laundress to, house and works for, at Hampton Court, 575.
-, Orders in Council of, 142, 159.
-, Pages of the Backstairs to, dining room for, at Hampton Court, 575.
-, presses for, at Hampton Court, 575.
-, royal warrant signed by, 594, 680.
Georges, John, clerical fee due to, 97.
Gerard (Girard), , tenant, 256.
-, James, gentleman, chief engraver of the King's signets, seals, stamps and arms, fee or salary, 307, 439, 639, 684.
-, Philip, lieutenant, pension for, 523.
Gerbett, John, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.
German families, poor (Wurtembergers and Palatines), lately arrived here and desire to return home, transportation of, 50, 586, 600.
Germany, Archduchesses of [Maria Elizabeth and Maria Magdalena, daughters of Leopold by his third wife Eleanora Magdalena], audiences of, 225.
-, Director of British Hospitals in. See Hudson, J.
-, Emperor of, as King of Spain, allotment of 150,000l. to, 560.
-,-, Chief Engineer to. See Petit, L.
-,-, Commissaries of, corn for, 559, 560.
-,-, Comptroller General to. See Pio, Baron.
-,-, officers made prisoners by, provisions for, 568569, 824825, 831.
-,-, Providores of, corn for, 682.
-,-, subsidy for, corn charged on, 682.
-, audience of, 225.
-, Envoy from. See Pendterriedter, Baron C. von.
-, Envoy to. See Pesme, F. L. de.
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Stanyan, A.
-, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Volkra, Count.
-, mediation of a peace between the Grand Seignior and, Ambassadors attending. See Stanyan, A.; Sutton, Sir R.
-, Minister of, residing at Hanover. See Pendterriedter, Baron C. von.
-, Spanish regiments' pay to be made good by, 851.
-, subsidy to, 730, 834.
-, Empresses of [Eleanora Magdalena, widow of the Emperor Leopold; Wilhelmina Amalia, widow of the Emperor Joseph, and Elizabeth Christina, wife of the reigning Emperor Charles VI], audiences of, 225.
-, Forces in, remittances for, 242.
-, troops of, sent to Spain, 558, 560.
Gervaise, , widow of the French minister at Waterford, payment to, 517.
-, David, and his wife and the longer liver, pension for, 519.
Gervereaux, Isaac, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.
Gery, Thomas, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.
Gestwyck, See Gostwick.
Ghent, Belgium, 219; Castle of, detachment left in, transported to London, 219.
Gianini, Joseph, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
-, Juan Bapt., work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Gibbon (Gibson), , a Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, 4, 143.
-, Edward, captain, loans by, 9, 234235, 285; tin in the hands of, 49, 234235.
-, John, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 432, 637, 711.
Gibbons, Grimblin, Master Carver to the Works, fee of, 635.
Giberne, John, captain, respited half pay officer, 527.
Gibraltar, bill drawn by the Prince of Hesse for the garrison of, 850851.
-, bills dated at, 388.
-, coal for the garrison of, 89.
-, Commissary of Stores at. See Medlicot, T.
-, Commissary of Stores and Provisions at. See Conduit, J.
-, Commissary of the Garrison and Works of. See Webb, J.
-, contingencies for the Forces and Garrisons at, issues for, 9, 12, 55, 231, 407, 572.
-, Contractor for Victualling the Garrison of. See Missing, T.
-, Deputy Governor of, 376, 550.
-, deputy to the Paymaster of the Forces in, 115.
-, estimates, 62, 685.
-, expedition to, from Port Mahon, provisions for, 828.
-, fortification of, charges of, 328.
-, Governor of, 388. See also Congreve, R.
-, Lieutenant Governor of, 366, 608.
-, memorial relating to victualling, 48.
-, number of persons victualled in, 550.
-, officers reduced at, 267.
-, powder for, freight and carriage on, 88.
-, provisions for, 19, 127, 365, 366367, 376, 387389, 450, 462, 550, 608, 617, 618; account of, demanded, 589; vote for, 19, 462, 617.
-, regiments at, 503; embarqued for, 117, 118.
-, shoes for, 309.
-, Staff Officers, pay for, 65.
-, storehouses at, 550, 608.
-, subsistence for the Forces at, 6, 9, 12, 55, 231, 407, 572.
Gibson, , a neighbour of W. Carnaby of Great Tosson, attending in London as a witness, 592.
-, Richard, creditor of the Navy, petition of, 679.
-, Thomas, assignee in a commission of bankrupt awarded against Sir S. Evans and W. Hales, annuity vested in, 579.
-, -, tenant of a messuage in High Holborn, 370.
-, William and Jane, infants, petition of, concerning the office of keeping the lions in the Tower held by their father, William Gibson, and grandfather, Thomas Dymock, 90, 269.
-, -, See also Gibbon.
Gilbert, Nicholas, clerical fee due to, 97.
-, Thomas, tenement or messuage in Jermyn Street, 80, 257.
Giles, James, waiter and searcher at Lynn Regis, 132.
Gill, Henry, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.
Gilliard, John, Customs waiter at Palmeta Point, St. Christopher, 553.
Gilliveray, Danl., Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.
Gilman (Gillman), Henry, Surveyor of House Duties, co. Buckingham, 101, 312; for co. Essex, 101, 312.
Gilpin, William, Comptroller of Carlisle port, 481.
Gilt wire. See Gold.
Girard. See Gerard.
Gisburne (Gisborn, Gisborne), , Mrs., ground of, in St. James's, 282.
-, John, demolition of his Meeting House in Birmingham, 188.
-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments for co. Derby, 277.
-, -, of Deritend, windows and shutters of, damaged, 188.
-, William, a Gentleman Pensioner, 457.
Glamorgan, county of, Chief Justice of. See Wright, W.
-, distributor of Stamps in. See Powell, R.; Thomas, E.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Howell, G.; Philips, J.
-, Second Justice of. See Whitaker, E.
Glandy, John, Rebel prisoner transported to Maryland or Virginia, 207.
Glanville (Glanvill), , cravings of, Auditor's report on, 63; petitions delivered to, 25, 30.
-, William, late Comptroller of the Lottery anno 1711, 571, 678.
Glasgow, Scotland, city of, magistrates of, petition of, 162163, 471.
-, [Excise] collection of, collector of, additional salary for, 651.
-, Justices of the Peace, 471.
-, landcarriage waiter at, 229, 626.
-, port, tidewaiter at, 626.
-, Rebel prisoners at, subsistence for, 162163, 407, 471.
Glasgow, archbishopric of, rents and duties, grants out of, list of, 469470.
Glasgow, bishopric of, annuity granted out of, 469470.
Glasgow, University of, annuity granted to by Wm. Ill, 469470.
-, bursars (four), in Divinity in, issue for, 469; annuity for, 470.
-, Chancellor of, 470.
-, Dean of Faculty of, 470.
-, new lease or tack to, 41.
-, Principal of, 470. See also Dunlop, W.; Stirling, J.
-, Principal, Masters and Professors of, grant of rents and duties to, 469470.
-, Professor of Civil Law, payment for a, 469.
-, Professor of Ecclesiastical History in, payment for, 469.
-, Professor of Physic, payment for a, 469.
-, Professors of, payment to, 404. See also Dick, R.; Dunlop, A.; Carmichael, G.; Forbes, W.; Loudoun, J.; Johnston, J.; Murthland, C.; Ross, A.; Simpson, J.; Tympson, R.
-, Rector of, 470.
-, revenue of, sum appointed by Queen Anne for supplying the deficiency of, 469.
-, salaries of, augmentation of, 470.
Glass, George, Scottish Pursuivant, 402.
-, John, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.
Glastonbury, Glaston, co. Somerset, Hospital of, reading prayers at the, 109. See also Tilley, J.; town of, almshouses and chapel there, repairs of, 148.
Glendenning, John, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.
Glessen, John, Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.
Gloucester, county of, Receivers General of Assessments. See Longden, R.; Marshall, W.; Rogers, W.; sheriff of. See Elton, A.
Gloucester, co. Gloucester, city of, Receiver General of Assessments. See Marshall, W.
Glover, William, a witness against the Rebels, 195, 196.
-, -, grant of land in Ayr Street, 426.
Godalming, Godalmin, co. Surrey, hundred, 279, 556.
Godby, John, demolition of his Meeting House in Walsall, 186.
Goddard, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of John Goddard, 89.
-, John, esquire, deceased, security for J. Sansom, 89, 79; daughter of. See Goddard, Elizabeth; widow of. See Goddard, Mary.
-, Mary, widow of John, niece of J. Smith, petition of, 89, 79.
Godfrey, Stephen, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 538.
-, Walter, esquire, sheriff of co. Southampton, 609.
Godley, co. Surrey, hundred, 278.
Godolphin, , Auditor of the Land Revenue, 606.
-, Charles, Keeping the General Register of all trading ships in Great Britain, 727; memorial of, 69, 71; payment to, for a clerk, 111.
-, Francis, 2nd Earl of Godolphin, Cofferer of the Royal Household, 100, 143, 174, 216, 604; Ranger or Deputy Ranger of the Little Park at Windsor, 101, 213, 383, 729.
-, Sidney, Auditor of Taxes and Duties on Houses etc., 30, 256, 435.
-, -, 1st Earl of Godolphin former Lord High Treasurer, 99, 130, 160, 165, 169, 200, 242, 559, 579, 683, 705.
Goga, P., Dr., work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Gold, Edward, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 543.
Gold, coins, representation about, 71.
-, and silver wire, Duties on [as by 10 Anne, c. 19, clauses 7 and 48, commencing 1 July, 1712], 8081, 214, 236, 237, 338, 606; payments out of, 179, 183; receipts from, 355, 357.
-,-, moneys arising from, carried into the Exchequer, amount of, 585.
-, pieces of, Royal Proclamation concerning the rates for, 730.
-, See also Mintgold.
Gollera, Roger, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Golling, Francis, deputy undersearcher of London port, 666.
Goltz (Golls, Gols), Conrad de (Conrade de), a Manager and Director of the Lottery [as by 3 Geo. I, c. 7], 447448, 497, 703; a Receiver of the Lottery anno 1714 [13 Anne, c. 18], petition of, 720.
Gonzales, Andrew, work done or materials furnished at Port Mahon, 826.
Goodall, George, deceased, tidesman, Newcastle port, 79.
Goodeve, , lands at Gosport of, 255.
Goodricke, Richard, lease of part of a tenement in Richmond manor, 394.
-, -, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541.
Goodson, John, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses, co. Kent, 215.
Goodwater, Elias, Customs waiter at Half Moon Bay, St. Christopher, 553.
Goodwin (Goodwyn), Charles, Sheriff of Sussex, 550.
-, John, King's waiter, London port, 213, 249, 292, 294; deputy to. See Thomas, W.
-, John Philip, lieutenant colonel, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 544.
-, Nicholas, assignment to, 369.
-, Richard, waiter and searcher at Paignton, to be sitter at Torcross or Stokenham, 615.
-, Timothy, printing etc. for the Lord Chamberlain's Office, payment for, 573.
Gordon, , major, payment to, 266.
-, Alexr., Rebel prisoner transported to Maryland or Virginia, 207.
-, Alexander, tide waiter at Montrose, 319.
-, afterwards Sutherland, John, Earl of Sutherland, pension for, 174, 440, 510; et al., quarterly payment for distribution under the warrants of, 174, 440, 510.
-, Kenneth, petition of, 39.
-, -, Customs Collector of Philadelphia, 53, 497.
-, Thomas, major, taken prisoner, claim for full pay, 839, 840.
-, William, Collector of Customs at Aberdeen, 702.
-, Sir William, baronet, a Commissioner for Stating the Army Debts, 191, 458, 495, 598, 716, 735, 738, 857; second major to the late Lieutenant General Maitland's regiment, pay for, 111, 112.
Gore, [Humphrey], brigadier, regiment of, 502, 734, 735.
-, John, bills of exchange, 315.
-, -, esquire, loan by, 285; victualling ships in the Baltic, 725.
Gorges (Gorge), [Richard], brigadier, regiment of, 116, 11"; Lieutenant General, regiment of, 115, 118, 119, 543, 734, 750, 755, 758, 761, 764, 766767, 769, 772, 775, 780, 781, 784, 788, 800; major general, regiment of, 267.
Gorran, co. Cornwall, Customs pre- ventive officer at, 551.
Gortie, Geo., Rebel prisoner transported to Antigua, 204.
Gortz, Baron [George Heinrich von Gortz von Schlitz, Hanoverian Minister], confinement in Holland, 19, 50, 318; letters of, raising a Rebellion in England, 48; letters of, printed, cost and charges of, 598.
Gosport, co. Southampton, 102; land at, purchased [for fortifications] in pursuance of the Act 8 Anne, c. 23, 255.
Gostling, William, delivering out merchants' letters at the Post Office window, 232.
Gostwick (Gestwyek), Sir William, baronet, pension for, 20, 367, 435, 625; royal bounty for, 138.
Gottlieb, Andreas, baron von Bernstorff, Hanoverian First Minister, come from Hanover with George I, 108.
Gould, Francis, weighing porter, London port, 79.
Grafton, Duke of. See FitzRoy, C.
Gragos, David, petition of, 65.
Graham (Grahame, Grahme), Andrew, a Macer of Session, Scotland, 403.
-, Colin, of Drenie, appointed Chamberlain and Collector of the bishopric of Ross, 152, 431.
-, David, a Macer of the Exchequer, Scotland, 403.
-, -, Collector of Port Glasgow, leave of absence, 63, 675.
-, -, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.
-, James, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia, 209.
-, -, 2nd Duke of Montrose, Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, pension to, 201; Keeper of the Seal used as the Great Seal of Scotland, 271; Lord Register, Scotland, 271.
-, John, messuage of, in Pall Mall, 379.
-, Munro, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs in Scotland, 111.
Grainge (Grange), Ralph, boatman at Wilcove, 79; to be warehousekeeper, 252.
Grainger, John, Commissioner for executing loans upon South Sea Stock, payment to, 109; Receiver of Contributions to the Queen's Lottery anno 1713, allowance to, 119.
Grancie, John, ensign, pension for, 523.
Grand and Petty Juries, Jurymen, 485; making out precepts for summoning, 482483; necessaries for, 483; wine for, 106, 483.
Grand Belt, passage of the, 298.
Grand Seignior, Grand Signior, the, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Wortley, alias Montagu, E.; mediation of a Peace between the Emperor of Germany and, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary attending. See Stanyan, A.; Sutton, Sir R.
Grandry, John, ensign, pension for, 524.
Grange. See Grainge.
Grant, Alexander, colonel, regiment of, 736, 782, 785787, 800, 801.
-, -, brigadier, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542; regiment of, 513, 582.
-, Danl., Rebel prisoner trans- ported to Virginia, 209.
-, Sir Francis, of Collin [Cullen], a Lord of Session, 401.
-, John, an Officer of Salt in Kirkcaldy, 91.
-, Lewis, inserted by mistake on the Establishment of Half Pay in Ireland, 513.
-, Ludo[vicu]s, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.
-, Patrick, a Macer of Session, Scotland, 403.
-, Robert, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.
-, William, Rebel prisoner transported to Maryland or Virginia, 207.
-, -, colonel, Independent Company of, in the Highlands, 694.
Grantham, Earl of. See Auverquerque, Henry D'.
Grantham, James, demolition of his Meeting House in Manchester, 187.
-, Richard, Commissioner for enquiring into the estates of Traitors, 83, 261, 510; a Commissioner of Enquiry in Scotland, leave of absence, 157.
Granville, George, Lord Lansdown, Civil List arrears for, 129, 139; rent of Mote Park, 380.
-, John, Lord Granville, deceased, Keeper and Underkeeper of St. James's House, 508.
Gratwick, Eliz., lease of a messuage called Dorney in co. Surrey, 676.
Graves, John, Collector of Customs in the Bahama Islands, 701; deputy to. See Fairfax, W.
Gravesend, co. Kent, 171, 173, 251, 605, 676.
-, and Milton, Mayor, Jurats, Common Councillors and chief inhabitants of, petition of, 33, 133.
-, Customs searchers at, 103, 184.
-, Customs smack at, 645.
-, goods for Holland seized at, 570.
Gray (Grey), John, 9th Baron Gray, pension for, revoked, 466.
-, Robert, clerical fee due to, 97.
Graydon, Charles, Receiver General of Customs in Scotland, 158; widow and executrix of. See Sutherland, Elizabeth.
Gream, Thomas, mate of the Custom House smack at Hull, 132.
Greame, Fergus, Rebel prisoner transported to Virginia or Jamaica, 208.
Great Level, alias the Earl of Bedford's Level, profits of tithes in, demise of, 121.
Great Seal, 9, 11, 95, 146, 147, 153, 263, 269, 270, 303, 365, 375, 397, 458, 460, 489, 509, 578, 607, 650; of Great Britain, payment for making, 494.
Green, , deputy to the surveyor of the Wine Tasters, 600.
-, Christopher, Dr., Professor of Physic and Reader of the same in the University of Cambridge, 175, 305, 438.
-, Edward, petition of, 43.
-, Henry, landwaiter and coastwaiter in Poulton port, 291.
-, Samuel, proposal for supplying the Mint with British copper, 450.
-, Thomas, boatman at Leith, 320.
-, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Stafford, 641.
Greencloth, Board of. See Royal Household.
Greenham, John, captain, lease of houses in Rosemary Lane and Little Tower Hill, 68, 710.
Greenhoe, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.
Greenhoe, South, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.
Greenville, John, ensign, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542.
Greenwax. See Exchequer, ReceiptFines.
Greenwich, co. Kent, embarcation of Forces at, 418, 419.
-, Hospital, and Chapel, building account, as by 9 Anne, c. 17, cl. 2, 38, 481, 587, 603.
-,-, Commissioners or Governors of, 38, 603.
-,-, Treasurer of, application for money, 496; issue to, 587, 603. See also Walpole, G.
-, inhabitants of, petition of, for debts due from Army officers, 409.
-, lighthouses at, 39.
-, Palace and Park, Keeper of. See Aylmer, M.
-, watermen of, employed in the Transport service, 419.
Greenwollers, Walter, lease of land in St. James's, 426.
Greenwood, Daniel, demolition of his Meeting House in Birmingham, 188.
Gregg, James, tidewaiter at Inverness, 292.
Gregory, George, a Commissioner for enquiring into the estates of Traitors, 83, 261, 510.
Greir, James, damages to his Meeting House and garden in Birmingham, 188.
Grenier, James, respited half pay officer, 527.
Gretton, John, tenant of the King's Head, 370.
Greville, the Hon. Algernon, esquire, executor of Mary, Duchess Dowager of Beaufort, petition of, 448.
-, Doddington. esquire, a guardian and trustee for Henry, Duke of Beaufort, and Charles. Lord Noel Somerset, his brother, infants, 448.
Grey, Lord. See Gray.
Grey, , lands at Harwich, 316.
-, Henry, esquire, memorial of, 71.
-, -, Duke of Kent, Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle, fee, 210, 232, 235; hearing appointed for, in Chancery, 43; memorial about deer in Windsor Park, 46.
-, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Stamford, pension for, 20, 367, 375, 425.
Gribby, Richard, tidesman and boat- man at Penzance, 551.
Grice, S., box of the Duchess of Munster directed to, 590.
Grierson, John, a Macer of Justiciary, Scotland, 403; Macer in the Western Circuit, 405.
Griffin, Simon, waterman, of Greenwich, carrying regiments off to Transports, 419.
-, William, deputy searcher and to attend the coast business in Liverpool port, 131.
Griffith, John, an Inspector of Stamp Duties, 156.
-, Nehemiah, demolition of his Meeting House in Llanfyllin, 189.
-, William, captain, commander of the Dartmouth smack, 614; appointed Riding Surveyor between Dartmouth and Exeter, 615.
Grigson, John, lease of land in the bailiwick of St. James's, 425426.
Grimes (Grymes), Gilbert, land at Richmond, 498.
-, John, approved as Deputy Surveyor and Auditor in Virginia, 726.
Grimsby, Eliz., lands at Harwich, 317.
Grimshoe, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.
Gringfoot, in Caridden, co. Linlithgow, town and lands of, grant of, 564.
Grissdale, , House of Commons order served on, 321.
Grocery, Duty on, 351.
Grombold's Ash [co. Gloucester]. See Grumbalds Ash.
Groots, exchange equivalence of, 246.
Grove (Groves), [Henry], brigadier, pay and forage for, 267, regiment of foot, 502.
-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Cambridge, 322, 658, 692.
-, Thomas, lands in Harwich, 315.
Grub, John, a Gentleman Pensioner. 457.
Grumbalds Ash, Grombold's Ash [co. Gloucester], hundred, lease of, 448.
Grymes. See Grimes.
Gually (Galley, Gwaly), [Paul De], colonel, regiment of Dragoons, 734, 735.
Guernsey, Island of, Forces, issue for, 182; wool exported to, 92.
Guest, William, demolition of his Meeting House in Birmingham. 188.
Guiguier, , frauds committed by, in short shipping certificate goods, 667668.
Guild, Thomas, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 206.
Guilders, 219, 298, 738, 806, 808; exchange equivalence of, 58, 218, 243, 244, 245, 246, 297, 803, 804, 805, 809, 810.
Guildford, co. Surrey, town, Receiver General of Assessments for. See Theed, W.
Guillermin, Peter, ensign, respited half pay officer, 528.
Guiltcross, co. Norfolk, hundred, 278.
-, coining, prosecution for, 501.
-, counterfeit, 501.
-, diminishing, prosecutions for, 500.
-, filing, 500.
-, half guineas, double guineas and five pound pieces, uttering or receiving at a higher rate than 21 shillings prohibited by Royal Proclamation, 722, 730.
Guion, William, captain, respited half pay officer, 528.
Guiscard, , regiment of French Dragoons, 734, 735.
Guizot, James, respited half pay officer, 527.
Gullet Lodge. See Whittlewood Forest.
Gunman, Eliz., father of. See Wivell, E.; petition of, 487, 505.
Gunnel, , widow, licence for a Hackney Coach, 22, 373.
Gunpowder, duty on and charge for carrying, 88.
Gunter, William, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 539.
Gurdon, Thornhagh (Thornagh), esquire, late Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Norfolk, 381, 653, 693.
Guttry, John, Rebel prisoner trans- ported to South Carolina, 206.
-, Robert, Rebel prisoner transported to South Carolina, 205.
Guy, Henry, premises demised on the nomination of, 371.
Guyraudit, Claudius, Quarter Master, pension on the Irish Establishment, 521.
Gwaly. See Gually.
Gwylliam, Henry, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 537.
Gwyllim, Lewellin, a papist, steward to George Heneage of Hainton, sentenced for seditious words, 457.
Gwynn, F., letter from, countermanding an order for the formation of an Independent Company in the Highlands, 694.
Gyles, John, tidesman in Bristol port, 669.
Gyllenborg (Gyllemborg, Gyllenborgh, Gyllenburg), Charles, Count, attendant to. See Hanmer, W.
-, embarkation of, at Harwich for Sweden, 634.
-, expenses of him and his retinue from Plymouth to Harwich, 55, 461, 501, 634, 697.
-, goods of, sealed in order to their being exported to Sweden, 491.
-, Letters of, printed, cost and charges of, 598; relating to the intention of raising a Rebellion in England, 48.
-, maintenance of, issue for, 495.
-, Swedish Envoy, prisoner in Plymouth Castle, 7, 197, 199, 288, 364, 412.