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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 32, 1718. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1962.

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C

Caan, Dr. John le, Physician and Director of the British Hospitals in Spain, 171, 172, 218, 219.

Cabanois, Paul, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 176.

Cabrol, Francis, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Cadiz, Spain, merchants of, 158, 161; prisoners at, medicines for, 524.

Cadogan, William, Earl of Cadogan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General of the United Provinces, 28, 55, 138, 272, 354, 381, 460, 518; Master of the Robes, 361, 472, 668; petition for salaries, 81.

Csar, Charles, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 116, 436.

Cailland, Stephen, pension for, 545.

Caims (Cairns), Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 377, 611.

Caithness, county of, tidewaiters in, 145.

Caladon, Paul, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Calais, France, 366.

Calatayud, Spain, 274, 275.

Calceworth, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Calder, co. Edinburgh, 176.

Calder, Kirktown of, co. Lanark, 563.

Calder Cult, co. Lanark, 563.

Calderwood, William, King's evidence at the trial of the rebels at Preston, 79, 95, 527; reduced to the utmost necessity, 494; pension or royal bounty for, 545, 613.

Caldham, [co. Kincardine], 45, 332.

Caldwell, Scotland, 137.

Calendar. See Callender.

Calico, duties on. See Customsduties, on coffee.

Calicoes, printed, painted, stained or dyed, duties on. See Customsduties, on soap, etc.

Calladine, William, convicted for felony, 478.

Callcott, Charles, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

Callender (Calendar), John, recommended for an office in the Customs, 94, 519.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for Staffordshire, 31, 39, 291, 327.

Calloway, John, convicted for highway robbery, 186.

Calvairac, David, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Calvert, , payment to, 20.

Cambie, Williamson, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

Cambridge, county of, Receiver General of Taxes, 303. See also Grove, J.; Lightfoot, R.; Millicent, J.; Richers, T.
-, sheriff of. See Laxon, R.; Western, M.
-, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses. See Dewing, G.; Percival, W.; Thorold, J.

Cambridge, University of, Arabic, Professor of, pension for, 550; Emmanuel College, Master and Fellows of, perpetuity of, 265, 301; preacher at, perpetuity for, 265, 301; Reader of Laws at. See Dickins, F.; Reader of Physic in. See Green, [C]

Cambridge, co. Cambridge, books printed at, drawback of duty on paper for, 66.

Cameron, Eneas, payment to, out of Crown law charges, 30, 34, 323; pension for, 325, 545.

Campbell, , of Carsegowan, lands of, 521.

-, Alexander, colonel, Independent Company in Scotland, 76.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

-, Archibald, surveyor and landwaiter at Campbeltown, 145.

-, Sir Archibald, 254.

-, Colin, Chief Clerk of the Works, 119, 120, 121, 133, 542, 662, 669.

-, -, landwaiter and searcher at Inverness, 526.

-, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Loudoun, pension of, 153, 474.

-, Sir James, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 203.

-, John, 2nd Duke of Argyll, Commander in Chief of the Forces in Scotland, 4, 5, 6, 142, 161, 164, 455; Commander in Chief of the Forces in Spain, 171.

-, -, tide waiter at Inverness, 145.

-, -, captain, pension of, 153, 475.

-, Josias, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

-, Mongo, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

-, Walter, tidesman at Port Glasgow, 318.

Campbelltown, co. Inverness, tidewaiters at, 145.

Campbeltown, co. Argyll, surveyors and landwaiters at, 145.

Canada, Army in, bills of exchange of, 4, 13, 93, 144, 204, 262.

Canaries, The, exportation of bells to, 184.

Candles, duties on. See Customsduties; ScotlandExcise, duties.
-, for the Equivalent, Scotland 557.
-, for the House of Commons, 292.
-, for the Post Office, 467.

Candleshoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Candlesticks, for the King's service at Newmarket, 470.

Cane. See Kane.

Cannock, , Mrs., petition of, 93.

Canny, Christopher, waiter and searcher or preventive officer at Broadfleet, 55, 338.

Canole, Elie, pension for, 545.

-, -, Mary, wife of, pension for, 545.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, 408, 549.

Cantiran, Susanna de, pension for, 552.

Cape Dore, Nova Scotia, 453.

Cape of Good Hope, 263.

Capon, Peter, grant of lands in Nova Scotia, 452.

Capons, payable from the estate of Maleny to the archbishopric of St. Andrews, 177.

Cappes, Thomas, to be a coastwaiter in London, on a vacancy, 100.

Caps, French, embroidered, seizure of, 30, 140.

Capstick, Richard, transported to America, 592.

Caracas, Carcass Bay, 523.

Card tables, for St. James's Palace, 471.

Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, Customer or Collector of, 216; waiters and searchers at, 180.

Cardigan, county of, Chief Justice of. See Vaughan, R.; Judicial seal for, 521; Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.; Phillips, J.; Second Justice of. See Beeston, H.; sheriff of. See Lloyd, D.

Cardonel (Cardonell), , petition of, 10.

-, Adam, et al., sureties of Paul Couraud, 206.

-, James, Commissioner for the Salt Duty, 221.

Cards, playing, duties on. See Customsduties; exported to Ireland, 452; Inspector of vendors of. See Kellet, T.; Sheffield, S.

Carey (Careye, Cary), Mrs. Darel, petition of, 78.

-, John, merchant, 245.

-, Lucius Henry, Lord Falkland, pension for, 545.

-, William, Lord Hunsdon, pension for, 546.

Cargill, co. Perth, barony of, 563.

Cargill Balchomy, Kirktoun of, co. Perth, 563.

Carke, Samuel, and Company, bill payable to, 275.

Carkesse, , 32, 62, 76, 330, 334, 483, 571.

Carleton, co. York, 620.

Carleton, Alexander, payment to, 107, 607.

-, -, , wife of, relict of William Bache, 607.

-, Christ., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 385.

-, Guy, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, borders between Berwick and, Customs officers to guard, 209, 302; clippers and counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490; lands in, lease of, 482; searcher at, 28; trial of the rebels at, 323, 433.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, C.

Carmarthen, county of, Chief Justice of. See Vaughan, R.; Judicial seal for, 521; Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.; Phillips, J.; Second Justice of. See Beeston, H.; sheriff of. See Edwards, O.

Carmichael, James, Earl of Hyndford, pension of, 5, 153, 475; petition for grant of the barony of Skirling, 163; Regiment of Dragoons of, 389, 396.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

-, John, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

-, William, Solicitor in Scotland, 45, 366.

Carnagie. See Carnegie.

Carnarvon, county of, Chief Justice of. See Jessop, W.; Judicial seal for, 521; Receiver General of Taxes. See Hughes, R.; Second Justice of. See Cumberbach, R.; sheriff of. See Wynn, W.

Carnarvon, co. Carnarvon, waiters and searchers at, 62, 376.

Carnarvon, Earl of. See Bridges, J.

Carnegie (Carnagie, Carnegy), Alexander, of Balnamoon, attainted of treason, 74, 437.

-, -, Margaret Graham, wife of, 74, 89, 437.

-, David, 4th Earl of Northesk, a Lord of the Treasury in Scotland, 9, 181.

-, James, Earl of Southesk, forfeited estate of, 89, 441, 564.

-, -, James, son of, 97, 441, 564.

-, -, Margaret, Countess of Southesk, wife of, 24, 87, 89, 97, 441, 496, 516, 564.

-, Sir John, lands of Pitarrow, 521.

Carpenter, with the Army in Gibraltar, 234. See also Works.

Carpenter, [George], Regiment of Dragoons of, 163, 659.

-, Joseph, the King's Gardener, 102, 121, 122, 279, 534, 575.

-, Nathaniel, merchant, 245.

Carpets, for tables and stands at Hampton Court Palace, 470, 676.

Carr, John, Customer of Chichester, 213.

-, Richard, waiter and searcher at Seaton Sluice, 139.

-, Thomas, laceman, petition rejected, 40.

-, William, Groom of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

Carrigan, Brian, petition of, 35.

Carrington, Charles, Lord Carrington, messuages in London, 258.

Carsbank, Scotland, 521.

Carsegowan, Carsgown, co. Kirkcudbright, 521.

Carss, Scotland, 521.

Carstairs, John, petition expressing sorrow for the Rebellion, 49, 74, 439.

Carter (Cater), Joseph, of Coventry, refuses appointment as distributor of Stamps for Warwickshire and Coventry, 101, 501, 573, 612.

-, Oliver, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

-, Richard, Marine Regiments' accounts, 38.

-, -, steward of the Courts of the honor and manor of Ewelme, 304.

-, Thomas, tenant of a messuage in London, 257.

-, William, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Carteret, John, Lord Carteret, 112; Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

Cartizes (Cortizes), Don Joseph, money due to, by the King of Portugal, 35, 36.

Carvill, William, gunner, 276.

Cary. See Carey.

Casley, David, Deputy Keeper of the Cottonian Library, 64, 571.

Cass, Mary. See White, Mary.

Cassell, John, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Cassilis, Countess Dowager of. See Kennedy, Mary.

Castile, Spain, 274.

Castle, , petition of, 95.

-, Edward, stationer, stationery for the offices of the Principal Secretaries of State, 449, 609.

Castlefrank, Abel, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Caswall (Caswell), James, Receiver General of Taxes for Monmouthshire, 444, 465.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Herefordshire, 56, 62.

-, -, bills of exchange payable to, 205, 206.

-, -, of London, merchant, owner of the Evelin, 558, 590.

Catalonia, payment to the Emperor of Germany on account of war in, 122.

Catelet, Canaille, pension for, 552.

Cater. See Carter.

Cat guts, for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.

Cathcart, Alan, Lord Cathcart, pension of, 153, 475.

-, Hugh, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

-, James, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Catherine of Bragana, Queen of Charles II, the late Queen Dowager, 226, 515; jointure of, 279; trustees of, 613.

Caulfeild, William, Viscount Charlemont, Regiment of Foot of, 387.

-, -, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Cavalier, John, colonel, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

-, Peter, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Cavan, Earl of. See Lambert, C.

Cavelstoun, Cavelstown, Scotland, 45, 332.

Cavendish, William, Duke of Devonshire, Lord President of the Privy Council, 243.

Cavers, co. Roxburgh, 280, 601.

Cawley, John, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 611.

Cawthorne, Thomas, merchant, 540.

Cercler, Marc La Mottee, serjeant, pension of, 511.

Ceremonies, Marshal of. See Ingliss, J.
-, Master of. See Cotterell, Sir C.; assistant to. See Ingliss, J.

Certie, Julius, merchant, 245.

Ceville [Civil], Hester de, pension for, 552.

Chabanes (Chanes), Vincent, Director of the Hospitals in Spain, 171, 218, 219, 274.

Chabanne, Mary de, pension for, 552.

Chabert, Simon, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Chabrol, Anthonie, pension for, 545.

Chaddock (Chaddick), Mrs. Catherine (Ann), necessary woman in the Royal Household, 425, 448, 608.

Chadignac, Mary Joly de, pension for, 552.

Chadwick, Sir Andrew, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490; Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 53, 59, 238, 338, 345, 435, 436.

Chail, Catherine du, pension for, 552.

-, Mary du, pension for, 552.

Chainay, Magdalen de la, pension for, 552.

-, Mary de la, pension for, 552.

Chairs, cane, for the King's service, 470, 471.

Chalke, Elias, a King's Messenger, 560.

Chaloner, Edmund, pension for Farquhar's children, 545.

-, John, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for Radnorshire, 92, 109, 508.

CHAMBER, THE
-, Grooms of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Messengers of, attending the Customs and the Treasury. See Thorowkettle, J.
-,-, petition of, 39, 90.
-,-, travelling charges of, 99, 350, 507, 563, 642.
-,-, See also Collins, G.
-, Sewers of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Treasurer of, 34; account of expenses in the office of the Cofferer, 331; issues to, 77, 99, 106; office of, allowances in, 77, 347, 608; payment by, 63. See also Radnor, Lord.

Chamberlain, Richard, tidesman at Exeter, 180.

-, Thomas, pension of, 555.

Chambers, Tho., copper for the Mint, 17, 23.

Chamier, Magdalen, pension for, 552.

Champagne, France, wine bought in, 124.

Champagne, Marie de, pension for, 552.

Champlaurier, Mary de, pension for, 552.

-, Susanna de, pension for, 552.

Chancery, Court of
-, Hanaper, Clerk of, 133, 635. See also Edwards, T.; Whitehead, J.
-,-, fees in passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416.
-,-, office, printing for, 378.
-,-, payment into, 133.
-,-, payment out of, 673.
-, Masters in, 79, 203, 376, 440, 665.
-, originals transcribed into the Exchequer out of, 340.
-, proceedings in, 71, 76.
-, Prothonotary in, 151. See also Snow, M.
-, Records of, rooms in Csar's Tower to be fitted up for, 655.

Chanes. See Chabanes.

Chantrey, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Chapel Royal, anthem, books for, 608.
-, brooms for, 448.
-, Children of, allowances for changed voices, 608; liveries for, 471, 677; lodgings at Kingston, 348; master of. See Crofts, W.
-, Closet Keeper. See Ridding, T.
-, Gentlemen of, attendance at the Garter Installation of Prince Frederick and the Duke of York, 608; attending the King at Hampton Court, 348.
-, news books for, 608.
-, organ books for, 608.
-, Serjeant of, 470.
-, Sub-Dean of, attending the King at Hampton Court, 348. See also Aspinwall, .
-, See also Hampton Court; Kensington Palace; St. James's; Whitehall.

Chapelle, Charlotte de la, pension for, 545.

Chapelton, co. Forfar, 521.

Chaplains or ministers
-, going to Antigua. See Leslie, W.
-, going to Barbados. See Deucher, A.
-, going to Jamaica. See Kelly, J.; Tresham, R.
-, going to New England. See Mossom, D.
-, going to the Plantations, 104, 107.
-, going to Virginia. See Allett, T.; Falconer, J.; Robertson, J.
-, in waiting, at Hampton Court, 348.
-, to the garrison of Portsmouth, 291.

Chaplin, Joseph, sheriff of Suffolk, 604.

-, Thomas, Keeper of the King's Tennis Courts, 281, 474, 603.

Chapman, George, to have first vacancy in the Customs, 105.

-, Jacob, proposal to prevent running of tin on the Cornish coast, 72.

-, James, payment for pumping the well of the Post Office, 467.

-, John, clockmaker, payment by the Post Office to, 467.

-, Susan, transported to America, 591.

Chappelle, Peter de la, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 176.

Chardellon, . colonel, engineer, 278.

Charlemont, Lord. See Caulfeild, W.

Charleroi, Belgium, 273.

Charles II, grants by, 200, 280, 360, 417, 489, 493, 680; letters patent of, 97.

Charlton (Charleton), Edward, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

-, John, Receiver General of Excise, 19, 227.

-, William, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Charmois, Henriette du Haut, pension for, 552.

Charnock, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, 58, 364.

Charon, Mary Ann de, pension for, 552.

Charron, John, payment by, 165.

-, Paul, payment by, 165.

Chase, James, Apothecary in Ordinary to the King, 281, 474.

Chatham, co. Kent, Chest at, 53, 347; debts due to, 520; pensioners of, issue for, 61, 375.
-, mill and wharf at, Ordnance works at, 308.
-, Navy Yard, issue for, 483.

Chauncey, Thomas, royal bounty for, 48, 329.

Chavalier, Peter, merchant, 244.

Chavernay, Lucrece de, pension for, 552.

Cheese, for the Army, 233, 525.

Chelar, Peter, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Chelsea, co. Middlesex, petition of inhabitants to pass through a part of the King's private road, 530.

Chelsea Hospital, accounts of, fees for passing, 504, 505; annuity of the Earl of Ranelagh for, 504; frauds committed in, 6, 10, 29, 34, 36, 302, 310, 366; Paymaster of. See How, J.; pensioners and outpensioners of, 109, 504, 616.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, collector of Customs at. See Walker, .

Cheque, Clerk of. See Atterbury, T.

Chesne, Michaell du, cornet, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

-, Peter du, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Chessey, Matthew, convicted for robbery, 141.

Chester, county of, Chief Justice of, 203, 376, 440, 665.
-, Receiver of Crown Lands Revenue. See Grainger, M.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 455. See also Austin, T.; Cobb, W.; Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.
-, Second Justice of, 440, 665. See also Jefferys, E.
-, sheriff of. See Bailey, J.; Bromhall, J.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Banks, J.; Bean, C.; Penavayre, A.

Chester, co. Chester, Customer of. See Gratwicke, W.; Manley, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Cobb, W.

Chester, West, 292.

Chester Herald. See Mawson, C.

Chester Road, surveying Post Office branches in, 138.

Chester, Robert, merchant, 245.

Chetwynd, John, distribution of money for the Vaudois churches, 549.

-, -, a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 426, 495, 657.

-, -, Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Turin, 246, 343.

-, Richard, payment for attendance and service at the Treasury, 282, 301, 411, 579, 671.

-, Walter, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and Bounties, 90, 96, 100, 246, 555, 576; issues to, 72, 99, 177, 351, 371, 380, 420, 436, 500, 558, 562, 567, 613, 620, 632, 647, 667; memorial referred to, 108; payments by, 99, 259, 296, 325, 339, 407, 544, 617, 624, 625; petitions referred to, 39, 106, 115, 317, 609, 643; report of, 65.

-, -, Lord Chetwynd, Ranger and Keeper of St. James's Park and Keeper of the Mall, 4, 210, 321.

-, William, [Resident at Genoa], 24, 235, 250, 251.

-, -, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, 305.

Chevalier (Chevallier), Charles, underclerk in the Treasury, 283, 431, 579, 671.

Chichester, co. Sussex, boatmen at, 101, 216, 376, 500, 567; Customer of. See Carr, J.; Kennedy, T.; preferments at, King's right in, 9; surveyor, waiter and searcher and riding officer for the wool business at, 642.

Chichester, John Eching[ha]m, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 393.

Chickens, payable from the estate of Maleny to the archbishopric of St. Andrews, 177.

Child, J., royal bounty for, 20, 52.

-, John, landwaiter in London, 507.

Chillam, James, quartermaster, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

Chimney sweeper at St. James's Palace. See Fatt, Anne.

China, Great Mogul of, 499, 522.

Chintz, from Holland, re-exportation of, 445, 480.

Chippenham, co. Wilts, 357.

Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 441.

Chivre, Cecele Henriette de, pension for, 545.

-, Helene Margarette de, pension for, 545.

Chocolate, duties on. See Customsduties, on coffee.

Cholmondley (Cholmley, Chomley), George, Lord Newburgh, Surveyor and Auditor General of the Plantations, 527.

-, -, George, son of, 527.

-, -, James, son of, 527.

-, Hugh, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 33, 46, 54, 105.

allowance for extraordinary service, etc., 603, 611.

constats by, 144, 178, 184, 328, 566.

memorandum by, 249.

petitions referred to, 134, 186, 200, 218, 304, 309, 311, 316, 326, 335, 341, 360, 441.

ratals by, 144, 167, 249, 252, 253, 256, 466, 566.

reports by, 179, 180, 184, 226, 231, 264, 314, 382, 445, 508, 515, 526, 607; reconsideration of, 347.

salary of, 297, 303, 603.

to attend the Treasury, 322.

warrants to, 508, 515, 526, 539, 644.

Christchurch, co. Southampton, 431, 508; riding officer at, 641.

Christian, Ann, pension of, 555.

Christie, Alex[ande]r, chaplain, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Christ's Hospital, Foundation of, annuity or perpetuity for the children of, 128, 203.

Chudleigh, [Thomas], colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 392, 402, 645.

Churches, English, at Amsterdam, pension for the minister of, 550; at the Hague, pension for the minister of, 550; at Rotterdam, pension for the minister of, 550.
-, French, at Wapping, pension for the minister of, 550.
-, building fifty new (as by 9 Anne, c. 22 [17]), 164, 199.
-,-, Commissioners for, 18, 48; representation from, 84; Treasurer and Receiver to. See Leacroft, J.; Robinson, T.; Smith, H.
-,-, ministers for (as by 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 23), 531.
-,-, Sub-Commissioners, appointment of, 164. See also Onley, Rev. N.

Churchill, , petition of, 95.

-, [Charles], colonel, Regiment of Dragoons of, 392, 403.

-, John, Chief Carpenter of the Works, 542.

-, -, Duke of Marlborough, Master General of the Ordnance, 273, 290, 573; stags and hinds presented for Windsor Forest by, 165, 197.

-, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, 247; Ranger and Keeper of Windsor Great Park, 467.

Cider, duties on. See Malt.

Cinders, duties on. See Customsduties.

Cire, Mlle. Lewis de, pension for, 545.

Citron water, seizure of, 35, 304.

Civil, Hester de. See Ceville, Hester de.

Civil List, debt to, 102.
-, establishment, salaries, pensions, etc., 481.
-, issues for, 74; out of the General or Aggregate Fund, 192, 306, 432, 582, 672.
-, Lottery. See Lotteries.
-, payments out of, 25, 38, 99, 124, 125, 133, 163, 166, 168, 177, 193, 194, 225, 241, 242, 258, 259, 260, 265, 270, 279, 296, 301, 309, 343, 344, 345, 348, 351, 352, 353, 361, 363, 365, 370, 380, 407, 413, 457, 466, 502, 507, 541, 544, 607, 617, 626, 628, 632, 658; account of, 72.
-, revenues, account of, 102.
-, William III's, arrears due to, payments out of, 25, 104, 105, 597, 598, 601, 607, 625.
-, Queen Anne's, arrears due to, 39, 50, 63, 66, 68, 73, 93, 95; payments out of, 40, 77, 96, 194, 361, 362, 374, 457, 544, 603.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Civita Vecchia, Italy, 217.

Clackclose, co. Norfolk, hundred, 357.

Clackmannan, county of, mines in, 646.

Clancarty, Countess of. See Maccarty, Elizabeth.

-, Earl of. See Maccarty, D.

Clare, Zachara. See Jones, F.

Clarencieux King at Arms. See Vanbrugh, Sir J.

Claridge, William, Receiver General of Taxes for Warwickshire, 443.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), , petition concerning arrear due to Oxford University, 62.

-, -, preventive officer at Port Isaac, 519.

-, Edward, sheriff of Suffolk, 605.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Houses in Berkshire, 85, 481.

-, Fleetwood, petition to be a clerk in the Treasury, 59.

-, Francis, bills of exchange drawn on, 206.

-, G., copper for the Mint, 17, 23.

-, [George], Judge Advocate General of the Army, 135.

-, Jane, royal bounty for, 105.

-, John, convicted for felony, 468.

-, alias Hall, John, transported to America, 591.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 105.

-, Robert, distributor of stamps for Norwich, 185, 209.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes for Herefordshire, 443.

-, [William], captain, Adjutant to the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, 612.

-, William, lease of land in Rosedale, 168.

-, -, watchman of the Customs, Scotland, 145.

-, -, apprehended for felony and robbery, 266.

Clauson, Elinor, pension of, 555.

Clavering, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Clavier, John, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

-, Peter, cadet, pension of, 511.

Claypole (Claypoole), John, surveyor of Erith, 230, 293.

Clayton, [Jasper], colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 392, 402.

-, Jasper, Commissioner to inspect the demolition of Dunkirk, 31, 38.

-, John, et al., payment to, for convicting a felon, 478.

-, Thomas, payment for a composition of music, 102.

-, William, lease of a messuage in the Stable Yard at St. James's, 539, 566.

-, -, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 27, 28, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 4245, 4749, 5256, 5861, 65, 6779, 8287, 89, 90, 92, 94, 96, 97, 104118, 120, 121; appointment as, 264; salary of, 279, 574, 666.

-, -, Paymaster of the King's Pensions and Bounties, 246; payments by, 162, 177; payments to, 133, 166, 201, 217, 230, 301, 335, 360; petition referred to, 13, 201; warrant to, 240.

-, -, Agent for Taxes, 678.

Cleland, William, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 203.

Clent, Thomas, lieutenant colonel, 665.

-, -, Edward, brother and executor of, 665.

Clerk, Clerke. See Clark.

Clerks and Apprentices' Duties, officers for, salary bill, 137.

Clewer, co. Berks, 643.

Cliffe, co. Northampton, bailiwick of, 326.

Clifford (Clyfford), Jeronimy, petition of, 93.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Monmouthshire, 57, 67, 356.

Clifton Dartmouth Hardness. See Dartmouth.

Clinton, Henry, 22nd Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster General of Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, 6, 14, 21, 35, 109, 110, 136, 164, 333, 538, 616.
-, accounts of, 436.
-, interest of money borrowed by, 221223.
-, issues to, 11, 48, 59, 68, 71, 97, 98, 102, 103, 111, 113, 124, 125, 141, 148, 159, 170, 202, 212, 333, 340, 349, 363, 365, 375, 383, 418, 428, 479, 533, 542, 562, 575, 578, 589, 593, 609, 627, 634, 653, 654, 662, 663, 665; deduction of 12d. per from, 668.
-, loans by, 49, 104, 106, 107, 109, 117, 125, 141, 333, 609, 653.
-, memorials of, 9, 11, 23, 37, 54, 106, 607.
-, payments by, 11, 49, 90, 122, 126, 161, 163, 178, 235, 253, 351, 364, 377, 420, 452, 455, 480, 482, 505, 513, 533, 543, 558, 609, 610, 656, 668.
-, repayment of advance by the Excise Commissioners, 482.
-, reports of, 69, 528.
-, supply for, estimates required from, 269.

-, -, -, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Mary, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Clippers. See Mintcoinage.

Cliston, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Clocks, of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, Ireland, 342.

Close, John, tidesman, inferior list, in London, appointed coastwaiter, 508.

Cloth, sail, duties on. See Customsduties; scarlet, for the Army, 340.

Clou, Ann de, pension for, 552.

Clyfford. See Clifford.

Coales, Sarah, transported to America, 591.

Coals, duties on. See Customsduties; for the Equivalent, Scotland, 557; for the House of Commons, 292; for the Lighthouse of Howth, 162; for the Post Office, 503; transport of, Customs free, 324.

Coastwaiters. See Customs.

Coates, co. York, 620.

Coatsworth, Dr. Edward, Apothecary General of the Army, 166, 181.

-, -, Elizabeth, widow of, 8, 181.

Cobb (Cobbe), William, Receiver General of Taxes for Cheshire and Chester, 56, 62, 67, 358, 380.

Cobham, Lord. See Temple, R.

Cock, James, tidesman and boatman at Briton Ferry, 294.

Cockayne, William, lace seized by, 523.

Cockburne, , recommendation by, 101.

-, John, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, 305.

Cockbush, co. Sussex, boatmen at, 216, 500, 567.

Cocq. See Coq.

Codd, Thomas, Receiver General of Crown Rents and Revenues in Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex and city of London, Norfolk and Huntingdonshire, 534, 565.

Codrington, [Christopher], colonel, grant of land in St. Christopher, 5, 162.

Coffee, berries, running of, 263; duties on. See Customsduties; importation of, 98; seizure of, 451.

Coiners. See Mintcoinage.

COINS
-, crowns, French, 625. See also Mintcoinagae.
-, dineros, 276, 277.
-, dollars, 173, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 422.
-, farthings. See Mintcoinage.
-, gold, in the hands of collectors of assessments, 26, 64, 248. See also Mintcoinage.
-, groats. See Mintcoinage.
-, guilders, exchange equivalence of, 11, 178, 181, 184, 212, 214, 362, 484.
-, guineas, reduction of, 8, 9, 26, 33, 73, 248, 583; loss by, 10, 197, 266, 267.
-,-, report by Commissioners of Customs, Scotland, concerning, 45.
-,-, See also Mintcoinage.
-, halfpence. See Mintcoinage.
-, louis d'or, 625.
-, moidores, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 515.
-, penny. See Mintcoinage.
-, pieces of eight, exchange equivalence of, 7, 173; seizure of, 501.
-, pistoles, 275, 277.
-, reales, 276, 277.
-, shillings. See Mintcoinage.
-, silver, exportation of, 77. See also Mintcoinage, gold.
-, sixpence. See Mintcoinage.
-, stivers, exchange equivalence of, 11, 178, 181, 184, 212, 214, 362, 445, 484.

Coke. See Cook.

Coker, William, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

Colby (Coleby), Robert, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for Transports, 10, 11, 21, 24, 35, 60, 62, 75, 107, 187, 188, 191, 197, 323, 371, 439, 523, 525, 605; petition referred to, 36, 309; reports of, 80, 81, 235, 251, 457, 468; to attend the Treasury, 42, 43, 494.

-, -, Commissioner of the Navy, 75, 440; to manage the Transport service, 149.

Coldoun. See Culloden.

Cole, Benjamin, collector of the duties on Houses, 503.

-, Michael, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

-, Penelope, petition for a pension, 95.

-, Richard, lieutenant colonel, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

-, Samuel, convicted for felony, 595.

Coleby. See Colby.

Coleman, Abraham, merchant, 245.

-, John, an officer in New Forest, 63, 410.

-, Robert, bond for debt for duties on wine, 639.

-, William, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, -, merchant, 244.

Colemore (Colmore), William, executor of Richard Ingoldsby, 149, 180.

Colepeper, John, 3rd Lord Colepeper, pension for, 545.

Coleridge, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Coles, George, under clerk of the House of Commons, 292.

Colhoune. See Colquhoun.

Colingwood. See Collingwood.

College, Mrs. Edith, payment for lace and linen provided for Wm. III, 104, 597; pension for, 545.

Collen. See Cologne.

Collier (Collyer), Richard, preventive officer at Trenarren, 140, 376.

-, William, preventive officer at Trenarren, 376.

Collings. See Collins.

Collingwood (Colingwood), Barbara, lands in Holy Island, 39, 268.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Seaton Sluice, 139, 180.

-, Thomas, stamper in the Stamp Office, 419.

Collins (Collings), , collector of Dartmouth, 8.

-, Ann, pension of, 555.

-, Edward, tidesman in Bideford, 581.

-, Geo., Messenger of the Chamber, 50.

-, Henry, lease of tenements in London, 36, 258, 431.

-, John, convicted for felony, 583.

-, -, Governor of Fort William, Newfoundland, 58, 366.

-, Mrs. Martha, pension for, 545.

-, Richard, petition for half pay, 88.

Colloden. See Culloden.

Collyer. See Collier.

Collyton. See Colyton.

Colmore. See Colemore.

Colodoun. See Culloden.

Cologne, Collen, Germany, 273, 361.

Colquhoun (Colhoune), Dame Lillias, Lady Dowager of Keir, 441, 564.

-, William, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Colt, Eliza[beth], pension for, 545.

-, Henry, Comptroller of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1710, 29, 280.

-, Sir Henry Dutton, pension for, 545.

-, John Dutton, Paymaster of the Classis or Two Million Adventure anno 1711, 21, 50, 228, 267, 269, 337, 436, 460.

Colton, John, petition to be bailiff of St. Mary's Monastery, York, collector of the rents, Keeper of the House of Evidence and Clerk of the Courts, 4, 20, 29, 148.

-, Paul, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

-, Sarah, of Kimpton, 339.

-, William, an idiot, 339.

Colyear, David, Earl of Portmore, Governor of Gibraltar, 107, 611.

Colyton, Collyton, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Combar, James, an owler, 311.

Combecrose, Marguerite, pension of, 619.

-, Peter, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

Combes (Coombes), John, tenant of land in London, 253, 255, 256.

-, -, Mary, daughter of, 256.

-, Richard, payment in connection with the Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 151.

Common, Vander, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

Common Moor, co. Somerset, 109.

Common Pleas, Court of, Chief Justice of, 203, 376, 408, 440, 665; Clerk of Estreats in. See Burgoyne, R.; Justices of, 203, 376, 440, 665; Judicial seal for, 521.

-, Court of, Ireland. See Ireland.

Commons, House of, 17, 112, 113, 201, 241, 435, 654.
-, brooms for, 292.
-, candles for, 292.
-, Clerk of, printing for, 377. See also Joddrell, P.
-, clerk assistant of. See Stables, E.
-, coal for, 292.
-, doorkeepers and messengers attending, 292. See also Gregory, T.; Hollinshead, J.; Moffett, R.; Nicholson, R.
-, Housekeeper to. See Smith, T.
-, mops for, 292.
-, Select Committee of, 173.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending, 378, 381. See also Spence, T.; Sybergh, T.; Wibery, T.
-, Speaker of, 65, 95, 377, 381. See also Compton, S.
-, sweets for, 292.
-, underclerks of, 292.
-, votes of, 134.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

Compier, Robert, landwaiter at Bristol, 430.

Compton, Spencer, King's Counsel, 228.

-, -, Paymaster of Queen Anne's private pensions, 201.

-, -, Speaker of the House of Commons, 273, 597.

Comrie, Duncan, watchman of the Salt Duty at Kirkcaldy, 201.

Concarret, John, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Conduit (Conduitt), John, Commissary of Stores and Provisions at Gibraltar, 10, 18, 179, 207, 210, 231234, 244.

Congreve, Ralph, Deputy or Lieutenant Governor and Judge Advocate at Gibraltar, 207, 232.

Coninck, Jacobus de, of Antwerp, merchant, 625.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, 105, 246.

Conne, George, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

Connock, John, captain, 601.

-, -, Alicia, daughter of, pension for, 601.

-, -, Mary, daughter of, pension for, 601.

-, -, Philadelphia, daughter of, pension for, 601.

-, -, William, major, son of, 601.

Conoly, Barnet, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Conset, John, Customs officer at Hartlepool, 238.

Constable, 284.

Constable, Sir Robert, Agent to the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates, 48, 49, 65, 343.

Constantinople, 251; Ambassador and Plenipotentiary at. See Sutton, Sir R.; Wortley, .

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Conterland, Scotland, 521.

Conway, , petition of, 77.

-, Edward, Receiver General of Taxes for Cheshire and part of North Wales, 118, 658.

-, Elinor, pension of, 555.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Denbighshire and Flintshire, 62, 114, 229, 359.

Conyers, Sir Gerard, sheriff of London, 266.

-, John, King's Counsel, 289, 481, 680.

Conyhatre, Josias, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

Conyngham. See Cunningham.

Cook (Coke, Cooke), Lady, petition of, 646.

-, Anne, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

-, Sir Charles, a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 426, 495, 657.

-, -, sheriff of London, 266.

-, John, Clerk of the Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court, 286, 340.

-, -, petition of, 646.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

-, Richard, tidewaiter at Alloa, 318.

-, Robert, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

-, Roger, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 611.

-, -, waiter and searcher at Bamburgh, 293.

-, Thomas, pension for, 7, 339, 371, 545, 558.

-, -, Vice Chamberlain of the Royal Household, 139, 177, 295, 297, 438, 603.

Cookham, co. Berks, timber for, 118.

Coombes. See Combes.

Cooper (Cowper), Agnetta, pension for, 545.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Northamptonshire and Rutland, 57, 357, 444.

-, Mary, transported to America, 592.

-, Spencer, King's Counsel, 19, 247.

-, William, Clerk of Parliaments, 291.

Coopers, with the Army in Gibraltar, 234.

Coopman, Hans, clandestine trade with Sweden, 216.

Cope, Francis, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 228, 287, 326.

Copthorne, co. Surrey, hundred, 357.

Coq (Cocq), [Jakob] le, Minister of the King of Poland, 84, 86, 93, 445, 480, 483.

Corbett (Corbet), Edward, of Lincoln's Inn, 602.

-, [John], brigadier, Regiment of Foot of, 393, 404.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for Surrey, 69, 358, 602.

-, Simon, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

-, William, Secretary to Sir George Byng, 346.

Corbiere, Anthony, payment for extraordinary service in the Treasury, 278, 302, 411, 579, 670.

Corbin, Thomas, tobacco merchant, 35, 303.

Cork, co. Cork, garrison at, 405; troops transported to Portsmouth from, 60, 75, 371, 525.

Cormell, Ann de, pension for, 545.

Corn, carried by transport ships to the Levant, 251; carried by transports from the Mediterranean to Lisbon, 523.

Cornelius, Robert, ensign, petition of, 93.

Corner, Robert, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 640.

Cornet, Mary, pension for, 553.

Cornfactor, of London, 184.

Cornish, Henry, clothing the Army in Ireland, 24, 37.

Cornwall, county of, Receiver General of Taxes, 371. See also Manaton, F.
-, Salt Duty, supervisor of, 459.
-, sheriff of. See Arscot, D.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Gardner, W.; Shepherd, P.
-, tin in. See Tin.

Cornwall, Charles, Vice Admiral of the Blue, 161, 310.

-, -, Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Fez and Morocco, 162.

-, Henry, Groom of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

Cornwallis, Thomas, Commissioner for Lottery Tickets, 158, 227, 373, 477, 516, 626, 627, 661.

-, -, pension for, 545.

Cortizes. See Cartizes.

Cosby, Arnold, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 385.

-, Edward, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Cosnan, John, General Supervisor of the Salt Duty in Scotland, 144; Secretary and Examiner of the Salt Duty in Scotland, 144.

Cosne, Peter du (de), lieutenant, half pay for, 95, 566.

Cossard, Ann Gabrielle, pension for, 552.

Cossens, John, et al., payment to, for convicting a felon, 478.

Cotterell, Andrew, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

-, Sir Clement, Master of the Ceremonies, 161, 362, 442, 597, 626, 656; annuity in lieu of allowances, 289, 473; fee or salary of, 289, 473.

Cotton, Charles, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, Sir John, baronet, perpetuity for, 150.

-, -, Sir Robert, hundred of Norman Cross granted to, 216, 248.

-, -, Thomas, son of, 216, 248.

-, -, -, John, son of, 217, 248.

-, William, an idiot, estate of, 31, 296.

Cotton Library, Deputy Keeper of. See Casley, D.; Elphinstone, J.; Trustees of, 14.

Coulom, Daniel, cornet, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Counterfeiters. See Mintcoinage.

County Courts and Corporations, Inspector of the books and proceedings of. See Baines, R.

Cour, David de la, lieutenant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174, 176.

Couraud, Paul, distributor of stamps for Hampshire, 206.

Court, Mariane de, pension for, 552.

Courten, William, convicted for felony, 583.

Courtez, Philip, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

Courthope, James, under clerk of the House of Commons, 292.

Courtney, Henry, Deputy Commissary for the prisoners in Spain, 423.

Courton, Samuel, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 186.

Coutiers, Judith, pension of, 619.

Couts, Thomas, security for, 303.

Coventry, co. Warwick, distributor of stamps in. See Withers, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Newsham, T.

Coventry, William, Master Keeper of Bolderwood Lodge, New Forest, 22, 231.

Covingtry, Jam., 50.

Cowell, William, collector of Customs at Dartmouth, 180.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, boatmen at, 376.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cowries, duties on, 133.

Cox, Sir Charles, sheriff of Surrey, 196.

-, Margaret, transported to America, 592.

-, William, captain lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

Coxall, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Lincolnshire, 444.

Cracherode, Anthony, Treasury Solicitor, 9, 12, 46, 58, 71, 74, 79, 195, 204, 310, 384, 437, 642.
-, allowance of, 383.
-, issues to, for Crown law charges, 24, 72, 85, 243, 345, 427, 481, 527, 617.
-, memorials of, 36, 52, 64.
-, payments by, 29, 53, 63, 80, 259, 322, 372, 410, 433, 457, 460, 468, 613.
-, petitions referred to, 5, 13, 15, 36, 41, 50, 79, 92, 93, 94, 140, 147, 162, 204, 206, 309, 323, 366, 480, 481, 520, 607.
-, reports of, 23, 25, 29, 30, 34, 35, 40, 63, 65, 66, 68, 73, 76, 78, 80, 93, 94, 95, 96, 237, 263, 280, 292, 328, 372, 410, 433, 460, 494, 495.
-, to attend the Attorney General, 75, 642; the Board of Trade, 5, 162; the Treasury, 6, 10, 29, 34, 36, 69, 71, 105, 185, 302.
-, warrants to, 140, 237, 284, 527.

-, Solicitor to the Managers to make good the Articles of Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 150152.

Cradock, Matthew, executor of Sir Pelatia Barnardiston, 659.

Craggs (Cragg, Crags), James, junior, Principal Secretary of State, 46, 67, 71, 77, 114, 330, 372, 445, 502, 603, 509, 517, 518, 519, 592, 615, 642, 648, 662; annuity for, 237; appointment as, 237; jewel plate for, 265; petition referred to, 590; salary of, 270, 409, 574, 667; secret service issues to, 270, 409, 581.

-, -, -, Secretary at War, 18, 57, 84, 107, 319, 605; allowance of, 351; petition referred to, 134; reports by, 32, 134, 164; warrants to, 134, 163, 253.

-, -, trustee for the office of Ranger and Keeper of Windsor Great Park, 467, 666, 574, 667.

Cranborne Chase. See Windsor Forest.

Cranford. See Crawford.

Crank, Geo., convicted for felony, 595.

-, Peter, chief clerk to the Sub-Commissioner for Transports, 124, 376, 525, 528; clerk to. See Gotobed, F.

Cranmer, Joseph, Secondary in the Pipe Office, 138, 286, 467.

Cranston, James, watchman of the Salt Duty at Kirkcaldy, 201.

Craster, co. Northumberland, waiters and searchers at, 641.

Craven, Gifford, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

Crawford, Earl of. See Lindsay, J.

Crawford (Cranford), John, collector of Customs at Borrowstounness, 86, 489, 591; collector of the Salt Duties at Borrowstounness, 591.

-, Thomas, Secretary to the Embassy at the Court of France, 86, 139, 369, 502, 517; royal bounty for, 91, 503.

Craythorn, Jonah, payment to, for an invention, 106.

Creamer, Theop[hilu]s, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Crediton, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Creed, Peter, riding surveyor between Dartmouth and Exeter, 51, 338.

Creighton (Creichton), David, brigadier, Regiment of Foot of, 387, 390, 397, 537; half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Cresserous, de, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Crisp (Crispe), James Duke, frauds and abuses at Chelsea Hospital, 37, 58, 63, 66, 92, 94, 310, 366.

-, Peter, Agent [for Transports], 523.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Lancashire, 433, 438.

Critz, Thomas de, Serjeant at Arms, 477.

Crockat, David, payment for bringing the Dutch Mail from Gothenburg, 138.

Crocker, Isaac, pension of, 555.

Crofton, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Crofts, William, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

-, -, Dr., Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, 348, 471, 677.

Crohare, Thomas, King's waiter in London, 508.

Croisette, Margaret de la, pension for, 552.

Croker, Gerard, Receiver General of Taxes for Oxfordshire and the city and University of Oxford, 57, 62, 70, 76, 86, 358.

Crook (Crooke), John, distributor of stamped vellum, paper and parchment in Berkshire, 202.

-, Samuel, sheriff of Lancashire, 604.

Crookshanks (Cruikshanks), , Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Revenues in Scotland, 105.

-, [John], Comptroller General of Customs and Salt Duties in Scotland, 73, 76, 82, 83, 562, 593.

Crosat, James, ensign, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Crosby, Morris, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Cross (Crosse), , tenant of a messuage in London, 255.

-, John du, lieutenant, pension of, 511.

-, Thomas, servant of Prince George of Denmark, 51.

-, William, proposal to increase revenues of Excise in return for an annuity, 14, 160.

Crossfeild, James, waiter and searcher or preventive officer at Broadfleet, 338.

Crouch, , bills of exchange payable to, 205.

Croucher, John, boatman at Chichester, 376.

Crow, , Consul at Leghorn, 22.

-, John, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

-, Robert, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

Crown, Clerk of, 343; clerk to, 343.

Crown law charges, issues for, 24, 52, 72, 85, 322, 345, 427, 481, 617.

Crown Office, fees in passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416; printing for, 378.

Crown Rents. See LandsCrown Lands.

Crowns. See Coins; Mintcoinage.

Cruffe, Samuel, et al., payment for apprehending a burglar, 370.

Cruikshanks. See Crookshanks.

Crumpe, George, of Wem, prosecuted for rioting, 237.

Cubillas, Alexandro, lieutenant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Cuffe, Denny, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 88, 394.

Cugley, David, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

Culliford, , Surveyor of Customs in Southampton, 625.

-, Joseph, waiter and searcher at Studland Bay, 612.

Culloden, Coldoun, Colloden, Colodoun, co. Inverness, 24, 45, 253, 332; garrison at, 255.

Culm, duties on. See Customsduties.

Cumberbach (Cumberbatch), Roger, Second Justice of cos. Carnarvon, Merioneth and Anglesey, 267, 371, 433, 640.

Cumberland, county of, High Sheriff of. See Blencow, H.; lands in, 149; Receiver General of Taxes. See Brougham, J.; Brougham, T.; Highmore, C.; sheriff of. See Lamplugh, R.; Nicholson, J.

Cuming, Alex[ande]r, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Cunha (D'Acunha), Don Luis de, Ambassador from Portugal, 647, 656; Secretary to. See Seguera, J. de.

Cunningham (Conyngham, Cuningham), Alexander, Resident with the Republic of Venice, 139, 368, 517.

-, -, watchman of the Salt Duty at Borrowstounness, 145.

-, Charles, tidesman in fee, London, to officiate for the surveyor of Erith, 22, 230.

-, Daniel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

-, Henry, a Commissioner for Forfeited Estates, 264, 339, 603.

-, [James], brigadier, regiment of, 386.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, Magdalen, pension of, 555.

-, Michll., captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

-, Robert, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

Cuppa, Gerr[ar]d, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Curle, Anne, royal bounty for, 121.

-, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 121.

Currie, Matthew, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, 318.

Cushen, Benson, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

CUSTOMS
-, accounts, Comptroller General of. See Burnet, W.; preparation of, fees for, 147.
-, Bills of, Clerk of. See King, Sir A.; Lewis, T.
-, boatmen, 41, 101, 500; appointment of, 53, 98, 139, 216, 294, 338, 376, 567, 612, 640, 641; dismissed, 612, 641; superannuated, 139, 216, 294, 338.
-, Cashier. See CustomsReceiver General.
-, Cloth and Petty Customs in London, Comptroller of. See Bagshaw, J.; Breton, .
-, coastwaiters, 50; appointment of, 21, 44, 46, 48, 100, 120, 209, 216, 508, 611, 641; dismissal of, 344; resignation of, 216.
-, collector inwards, 140, 581; deputy to, 581.
-, collectors, 53, 98, 109, 217, 239, 308, 571, 666; appointment of, 8, 86, 113, 120, 139, 180, 216, 294, 329, 508, 600, 641; character of, 6; complaint against, 194, 477; deputy, 139; disloyalty of, 84; estate of, 184, 311, 620.
-, Commissioners of, 4, 6, 10, 22, 27, 29, 32, 40, 51, 55, 56, 62, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 77, 81, 85, 94, 100, 102, 103, 105, 106, 160, 194, 201, 204, 209, 210, 211, 215, 218, 229, 230, 235, 244, 287, 299, 308, 323, 334, 335, 340, 344, 360, 381, 418, 481, 483, 492, 496, 515, 519, 567, 572, 573, 580, 592, 596, 597, 600, 610, 611, 614, 628, 633, 646, 647, 653, 666.
-,-, hearing between East India Company and, 66, 625.
-,-, letters referred to, 8, 18, 116.
-,-, memorials of, 494, 522, 641, 665.
-,-, memorials referred to, 19, 20, 25, 26, 31, 41, 59, 73, 84.
-,-, messenger and door-keeper to. See Alexander, W.; Doe, C.
-,-, new commission, 666.
-,-, order to, 661.
-,-, payments by, 146, 241.
-,-, petitions referred to, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 20, 25, 35, 38, 41, 43, 60, 65, 74, 76, 78, 85, 90, 92, 95, 140, 163, 164, 178, 184, 201, 209, 217, 230, 239, 241, 265, 280, 288, 303, 304, 310, 320, 328, 337, 347, 350, 366, 381, 431, 445, 451, 480, 489, 501, 519, 534, 558, 568, 570, 571, 610, 625, 634, 639, 640, 643, 661.
-,-, presentment from, 114.
-,-, presentments of, 80, 98, 101, 573.
-,-, reports of, 7, 10, 11, 17, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 28, 30, 41, 45, 50, 53, 55, 70, 84, 86, 90, 98, 108, 113, 114, 133, 147, 197, 199, 202, 216, 229, 230, 236, 239, 263, 272, 287, 290, 293, 296, 300, 327, 331, 337, 338, 349, 354, 366, 415, 436, 445, 477, 480, 499, 500, 522, 558, 567, 569, 570, 577, 590, 600, 602, 607, 620, 636, 637, 639, 640, 646, 647, 654, 655, 662, 668, 678.
-,-, representation from, 592.
-,-, representation referred to, 38.
-,-, warrants to, 133, 139, 180, 209, 216, 241, 263, 272, 287, 288, 290, 331, 338, 376, 427, 430, 436, 480, 494, 507, 522, 567, 570, 576, 580, 611, 620, 639, 640, 655, 665, 669, 670, 679.
-,-, See also Dudley, Sir M.; Frankland, Sir T.; Peers, Sir C.; Pringle, R.; Pulteney, J.; Stanley, Sir J.; Walker, T.; Young, Sir W.
-, Comptrollers of, deputy to, 41, 100, 216, 241, 293, 376, 580; parchment for blank books of, 298; patent of, 112; salary of, 60, 366.
-, Customers, accounts of, fees payable to the King's Remembrancer for passing, 298; appointment of, 43, 97, 105, 213, 216, 294, 508; fees of, 239; leave of absence, 56, 354; parchment for blank books of, 298; salary of, 241, 292, 293.
-, debts, 287, 678.
-, Duties:
-,-, Additional Impositions on French wine, goods, alamodes, brandy and silks (as by 45 Wm. and Mary, c. 5, 8 Anne, c. 13, and 9 Anne, c. 21), 146; payment out of, to the South Sea Company, 129, 313, 429.
-,-, New Subsidy, 146.
-,-, on candles (as by 8 Anne, c. 9, and 9 Anne, c. 21), 146, 609; payment out of, to the South Sea Company, 129, 313, 429. additional duty (as by 9 Anne, c. 6), 146, 261, 461, 463, 650. orders on, lost, 330. to be managed by the Excise Commissioners, 100, 569.
-,-, on cloth, sail, 146, 169, 192, 307, 313, 432, 440, 583, 587, 673.
-,-, on coals, culm and cinders (as by 1 Anne, st. 1, c. 4), 169, 193. (as by 45 Anne, c. 6 [18]), annuities on, innovation of lost orders, 412. (as by 8 Anne, c. 4 [10], 9 Anne, c. 6, and 22 [17]), 146, 199, 260, 280, 461, 463, 531, 650; loans on, 531, 618; payments out of, 63, 596.
-,-, on coffee, tea, chocolate, etc. (as by 7 Anne, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 146; payments out of, 169, 192, 307, 312, 432, 439, 583, 587, 672. additional duty (as by 7 Anne, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), payments out of, 169, 192, 307, 312, 432, 439, 583, 587, 672; (as by 10 Anne, c. 26), 146, 261, 461, 464, 651.
-,-, on [French Goods], Twenty five per cent. (as by 78 Wm. III, c. 20, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 146.
-,-, on goods exported to the Mediterranean (as by 9 Anne, c. 6), 261, 461, 464, 650.
-,-, on goods imported in the reign of Wm. Ill, bonds standing out for, 323.
-,-, on hides and skins, vellum and parchment. See Hides.
-,-, on hops (as by 9 Anne, c. 12, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 73, 146, 169, 192, 307, 313, 432, 439, 583, 587, 609, 672.
-,-, on muslins, Fifteen per cent. (as by 1112 Wm. III, c. 3), 146.
-,-, on pepper, raisins, etc., 146.
-,-, on playing cards and dice (as by 9 Anne, c. 23), 261, 461, 464, 650, 669.
-,-, on salt. See Salt.
-,-, on ships, French, 5s. per ton, 169, 192.
-,-, on silks, wrought, from the East Indies, Fifteen per cent. (as by 1112 Wm. III, c. 3), 169, 192, 307, 312, 432, 439, 583, 587, 605, 672.
-,-, on soap, paper, paste-boards, books, prints, maps, chequered and striped linens and on linens, silks, calicoes printed, painted, stained or dyed (as by 10 Anne, c. 19, and 3 Geo. I, c. 7), 146, 261, 461, 464, 609, 650; drawbacks on, 66; to be managed by the Excise Commissioners, 100, 569.
-,-, on starch (as by 10 Anne, c. 26), 261, 461, 464, 651; to be managed by the Excise Commissioners, 100, 569.
-,-, on tobacco (as by 1 Jas. II, c. 4, 8 Anne, c. 13, and 9 Anne, c. 21), debt for, 311, 445, 522, 602, 655; payment out of, 129, 313, 429; sureties for, 287, 288, 311.
-,-, on whalefins (as by 910 Wm. III, c. 45, 8 Anne, c. 13, and 9 Anne, c. 21), 129, 146, 313, 429.
-,-, on wines (as by 1 Jas. II, c. 3, 8 Anne, c. 13, and 9 Anne, c. 21), payment out of, 129, 313, 429; bonds, debt on, 300, 639, 678.
-,-, on wines, French (as by 78 Wm. III, c. 20, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), payment out of, 169, 192, 307, 313, 432, 439, 583, 587, 673.
-,-, on wire, gilt and silver, additional duties on (as by 10 Anne, c. 26), 261, 462, 464, 651; to be managed by the Excise Commissioners, 100, 569.
-,-, Tunnage and Poundage, charges occasioned by the Rebellion, 337; damaged goods, allowances for, 337; debentures, 337; drawbacks on, 337, 596; gross produce of, 337, 596. (as by 9 Wm. III, c. 23, and 1 Geo. I, c. 1), produce of, 596. (as by 45 Anne, c. 6 [18]), annuities on, innovation of lost orders, 412. Half Subsidy (as by 7 Anne, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), payment out of, 169, 192, 307, 313, 432, 439, 440, 583, 587, 672. Half Subsidy for 80,000l. per annum annuities, surplus of (as by 7 Anne, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 169, 192, 432, 440, 583, 587, 673. One Third Subsidy (as by 4 Anne, c. 6, 5 Anne, c. 19, 6 Anne, c. 5, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 146. Two Thirds (as by 7 Anne, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 146; payment out of, 169, 192, 307, 312, 432, 439, 582, 587, 672.
-, Entries Inwards, London, copying clerk of, 508.
-, Exports and Imports, Inspector General of, 85. See also Martin, H.
-, frauds in, 25, 73, 76, 116, 647; Bill for the prevention of, 628, 653, 664; detection of, 436, 665.
-, House, 67, 577; at Portsmouth, 30, 288; goods stopped at, 102, 573; Long Room, complaint against an officer in, 480; rebuilding part of, 427.
-, illegal and clandestine trade practised in the Isle of Man, 569.
-, Incomes and Issues, payments for making up books containing accounts of, 281, 411, 578, 670.
-, inspector, 581.
-, Inwards, collector of, 338, 534.
-, jerquers, 508.
-, King's waiters, 55, 140; appointment of, 216, 508, 581; deputy to, 55, 140, 216, 293, 337, 338, 350, 534, 634, 640; salaries of, 150, 169, 241, 565.
-, landcarriagemen, appointment of, 46, 641; extraordinary, 294; superannuation of, 641, 646.
-, landcarriage officers, surveyor of, 293.
-, landsurveyors, 100, 347; appointment of, 100, 116, 567.
-, landwaiters, 24, 50, 74, 84, 98, 489, 610, 642; appointment of, 34, 43, 46, 100, 101, 108, 112, 114, 140, 293, 376, 430, 507, 508, 558, 567, 581, 610, 611, 612; dismissed, 430; incapacity of, 22, 229; oath to be taken by, 197; resignation of, 140; reward for finding the contents of the wine gallon, 570; superannuated, 610; surveyor of, 641.
-, Messenger of the Chamber attending. See Thorowkettle, J.
-, mismanagements in, 106.
-, noon-tender, 294.
-, officers, 10, 38; Dragoons assisting, 103, 580, 633; frauds committed by, 238; commissions to cross into Scotland to pursue seizures, 302; in the Plantations, 47, 420, 669; reward for discovery of persons who opposed, beat and wounded, 308; salaries of, refund of assessments on, 494; to seal goods of Ambassador, 558; to search baggage of foreigners, 211.
-, outports, collectors, 146.
-,-, increase of, 146.
-,-, salary bill, 272, 420, 579, 669.
-,-, named: Amblepans. Appledore. Barnstaple. Beaumaris. Beer. Berwick on Tweed. Bideford. Brampton. Branscomb. Bridlington. Bristol. Cardiff. Carlisle. Carnarvon. Chester. Chichester. Christchurch. Cockbush. Cowes. Craster. Dover. Elsdon. Erith. Exeter. Falmouth. Fowey. Gravesend. Harwich. Haverford West. Hexham. Holyhead. Ilfracombe. Ipswich. Kingston upon Hull. Lancaster. Leigh. Liverpool. Longtown. Lynn, King's. Maidstone. Man, Isle of. Margate. Milford. Minehead. Morpeth. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Newhaven. Padstow. Pagham Point. Parton. Plymouth. Poole. Portsmouth. Poulton. Queenborough. Sandwich. Scarborough. Seaton. Southampton. Starcross. Stockton. Studland Bay. Sunderland. Swansea. Tenby. Topsham. Totnes. Truro. Wells. Weymouth. Whitehaven. Wisbech. Yarmouth.
-, patent searchers, 43.
-, ports, inhabitants not to have employment in, 78, 80.
-, preferments in, 17.
-, preventive officers, 140, 338, 376; suspension of, 519.
-, Receiver General and Cashier of, 11, 112, 436, 639; incidents bill, 243; insolvent bonds charged to, 32, 300, 602; payments by, 150, 169, 282, 292, 298, 332, 571, 578, 669, 670. See also Ferne, H.; Hawes, F.; Lechmere, A.; Walpole, H.
-, Register Inwards, London. See Bealing, M.; Robinson, T.
-, revenue, accounts, 515; produce of, 596, 602, 614.
-, riding officers, appointment of, 8, 9, 12, 209, 293, 641, 642; Surveyor General of. See Saxby, .
-, riding surveyors, appointment of, 51, 209, 338; complaint against, 354; salaries of, 679.
-, salary bill, 272, 420, 580, 669.
-, searchers, 51, 106, 610.
-,-, appointment of, 55, 62, 139, 140, 180, 216, 293, 294, 338, 376, 507, 566, 581, 610, 612, 641, 642.
-,-, dismissed, 294, 641.
-,-, imprisonment of, 28.
-,-, parchment for blank books of, 298.
-,-, salaries of, 199, 571, 679.
-,-, superannuated, 140, 293, 610, 612.
-, seizures, 10, 20, 35, 55, 59, 60, 98, 101, 106, 113, 140, 163, 164, 202, 209, 210, 236, 265, 280, 304, 328, 349, 353, 360, 366, 384, 438, 451, 501, 565, 568, 577, 625, 636, 637, 639, 640; King's share of, 62, 87, 384, 590, 637.
-, smacks, commanders of, 360, 430, 508; mates of, 430.
-, Solicitor, 11, 55, 202, 215, 287.
-, Surveyor General, in London, parchment for blank books of, 298.
-, surveyors, 21, 180, 230, 290, 328, 565.
-,-, accusation of, 600.
-,-, appointment of, 108, 180, 216, 293, 580, 612, 642.
-,-, dismissed, 580.
-,-, leave of absence for, 625.
-,-, removal of, 320.
-,-, salaries of, 320, 640.
-,-, superannuated, 293.
-, tidesmen, 38, 50, 81, 100, 288, 293, 294, 311, 338, 567.
-,-, appointment of, 10, 21, 46, 79, 100, 104, 139, 140, 180, 216, 294, 338, 492, 508, 581, 612, 640, 641.
-,-, dismissed, 612.
-,-, hundred list, 558.
-,-, in fee, 230.
-,-, inferior list, 293; appointment of, 140, 180, 216, 218, 294, 338, 377, 430, 508, 581, 611, 612, 640; dismissed, 430, 611.
-,-, permission to go into the country on private affairs without stoppage of salary, 611.
-,-, superannuated, 139, 216, 294, 612.
-,-, superior list, 104; appointment of, 140, 180, 216, 293, 338, 580, 581, 611, 640; superannuated, 180.
-, tidesurveyors, 43, 139, 573, 626.
-,-, appointment of, 114, 180, 216, 293, 640.
-,-, dismissed, 216.
-,-, irregular proceedings of, 415.
-,-, reinstatement of, 323.
-,-, suspension of, 482, 567, 662.
-, tidewaiters, 37, 42, 50, 80; appointment of, 53, 55, 84, 92, 105.
-, undersearchers, 294, 332.
-, waiters, 51, 164.
-,-, appointment of, 55, 62, 112, 139, 140, 180, 216, 293, 294, 338, 376, 507, 581, 612, 641, 642.
-,-, dismissed, 294, 641.
-,-, salary of, 679.
-,-, superannuated, 140, 293, 612.
-, warehouse, surveyor of. See Grice, .
-, watchmen, 10; appointment of, 139, 180, 580; dismissed, 139.
-, watermen, 140; appointment of, 80, 216, 430, 640, 661; superannuated, 640.
-, weighers, 311; appointment of, 140; in fee, 106.
-, weighing porter, 581, 641.
-, wine tasters, 41, 320; surveyors of, 430.
-, yacht, mates of, 216.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Cutler, Samuel, of East Smithfield, broker, innovation of lost lottery orders, 516.

-, William, transported to America, 591.