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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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Kane (Cane), James, coastwaiter in London, 120, 641.

-, Richard, colonel, Lieutenant Governor of Minorca, 40, 55, 56, 59, 538; Regiment of Foot of, 537.

Kaysers, Amalia, 553.

-, -, Ann, daughter of, pension for, 553.

-, -, Levina, daughter of, pension for, 553.

-, -, Margaret, daughter of, pension for, 553.

-, -, Maria, daughter of, pension for, 553.

Keate, Jonathan, chirurgeon to the Train of Artillery in Ireland, 78, 446.

Kedholme. See Lanercost.

Keepe, William, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 140.

Kehon, , lodgings in Scotland Yard, 184, 268.

Keightley, Lady Frances, pension of, 166, 299, 632.

Keir, [co. Lanark], barony of, 24, 97, 441, 563.

Keir, Lady Dowager of. See Colquhoun, Dame Lillias.

Kellet, Thomas, Inspector of Gaming Houses and of vendors of cards, dice, etc., 112, 634.

Kelloway, John, tidesman, superior list, in London, 640.

Kellsall. See Kelsall.

Kelly, John, minister going to Jamaica, 228.

Kelsall (Kellsall), Henry, [Chief Clerk of the Treasury], 14, 21, 22, 23, 24, 34, 37, 38, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51, 63, 65, 66, 73, 76, 84, 98, 108, 109, 115, 116, 123, 125, 160, 185, 197, 201, 204, 208, 225, 269, 280, 316, 319, 320, 323, 352, 533, 558, 593, 625, 627, 646, 655; payment to, 27, 159, 336.

Kemberley, Hannah, son of, apprehended for coining, 292.

Kemp, Abra[ha]m, pension of, 556.

-, Edward, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Kempthorne, , captain, super charged on, 18, 340.

Kempton, John, beadle, 467, 503.

Kendrick (Kenrick), Edmund, weaver, 345.

-, -, Temperance, wife of, 344.

-, John, lease of lands in St. James's Street, 108, 198.

Kennedy, Andrew, Conservator of the Scotch Privileges in the Netherlands, 62, 382.

-, Mary, Countess Dowager of Cassilis, pension for, 545.

-, Thomas, Advocate General in Scotland, 295.

-, -, Customer of Chichester, 213, 241.

-, William, payment for officers and incidents of the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates, 300, 308.

Kennycott, Mary, et al., payment for apprehending and convicting a burglar, 442.

Kenrick. See Kendrick.

Kensington, co. Middlesex, 248, 336, 382.
-, Charity School, Treasurer of, pension for, 551.
-, inhabitants of, petition to pass through a part of the King's private road, 530.
-, Minister of, pension for, 550.
-, poor of, pension for, 551.
-, St. Margaret's, minister of, pension for, 551.
-, schoolmaster at, pension for, 550.

Kensington Palace, co. Middlesex, building to be erected at, 70, 98, 414.
-, beds from St. James's for, 472.
-, Chapel Royal, altar of, Common Prayer Books for, 470; Bible for, 470; Communion Table, diaper for, 470; Green Cloth, Common Prayer Books for, 470; ministers, surplices for, 470; Reading Desk, Bible and Common Prayer Book for, 470; Sub-Dean, Bible and Common Prayer Book for, 470.
-, furnishings at, 675, 676.
-, Garrets, 676.
-, glasses from St. James's for, 471.
-, Groom of the Bedchamber's Room, 676.
-, Guard Houses or Barracks at, 573.
-, Housekeeper of. See Lowman, H.
-, letters patent dated, 382.
-, Long Passage, 676.
-, Order in Council dated, 469.
-, Page of the Bedchamber's Room, 676.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Parsons, E.
-, royal sign manual dated, 375, 385, 393, 437.
-, royal warrants dated, 329, 331, 332, 338, 343345, 349, 351, 352, 353, 360364, 366, 371, 373, 377, 379, 380, 382, 384, 407, 408, 420, 424, 426428, 438, 441, 442, 452, 455, 460, 466, 467, 472, 489, 493496, 502, 509513, 520, 521.
-, servants of, collectors of assessments on, 64.
-, walnut tree inlade work for St. James's, 471.
-, Wardrobekeeper of. See Low-man, Mary.

Kent, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Baker, G.; Faussett, W.; Weldon, W.; riding officer on the coast of, 12; sheriff of. See Sheldon, R.; Stephens, J.

Kent Road, surveying Post Office branches in, 138.

Kent, Duke of. See Grey, H.

Kentish, James, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Keon, Christopher, appointment as landsurveyor in London, 100, 567.

Ker. See Kerr.

Keresby. See Reresby.

Kerr, Scotland, 521.

Kerr (Ker), Andrew, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, Lord Charles, petition of, 95.

-, John, Duke of Roxburgh, 81, 101.

-, -, -, Secretary of State, Scotland, allowance or salary of, 138, 314, 409, 574, 667; issues to, for secret service, 170, 272, 323, 409, 581; Office in the Cockpit, 71, 238, 419, 471, 540; patent fee of, 138.

-, Mary, pension for, 547.

-, Peter, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, William, colonel, Regiment of Dragoons of, 238, 390, 394.

Kersh, Ann, pension for, 547.

Kestell, Walter, landwaiter at Truro, 581.

Kettins, co. Angus, 324.

Kettle, Ann, et al., payment to, for apprehending robbers, 186.

Kidd, James, waiter and searcher at Amblepans, 140.

Kidgell, John, stamper in the Stamp Office, 419.

Kilhilt, Scotland, barony of, 45, 331.

Killigrew (Killegrew), Lady, tenant of a house in London, 257.

-, Barbara, pension for, 547.

-, Charles, Master of the Revels, 287.

-, Sir Peter, tenant of a house in London, 256.

Killmansack (Kilmansack), Madame (Countess), lodgings at St. James's, 294, 470, 472, 475, 476, 676; removal to Kensington, 472.

-, , apartment at St. James's, 675.

Killykeihan [? Killykeeghan, co. Fermanagh], 280.

Kilmansack. See Killmansack.

Kilmarnock, Earl of. See Boyd, W.

Kilpin, R., lease of Lanercost, 25.

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

Kimmerghame, Kimerghame, co. Berwick, barony of, 21, 239, 240.

Kinetles. See Kinnettles.

King, , apprehended for coining, 292.

-, -, payment for printed Articles of Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 151.

-, -, warrant for vacating appointments in the Office of Works, 633.

-, Sir Andrew, Clerk of the Bills of Customs, 493.

-, Charles, payment for attendance and for disbursements for the Treasury, 282, 301, 411, 579, 671.

-, [Gregory], Secretary to the Comptrollers General of Army Accounts, 136.

-, Gregory, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

-, Joseph, information concerning running of goods on the coast of Norfolk, 607.

-, -, mismanagements in the Customs, 106.

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

-, R., certificate signed by, 273.

-, Robert, surety for Mr. Peters, 54, 62, 347, 379.

-, -, captain lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

-, Samuel, underclerk in the Treasury, 283, 431, 579, 671.

-, Tho., disbursements in the Royal Fishery, 106.

-, -, Alice, widow of, pension of, 106, 609.

-, Thomas, sureties of, for tobacco duties, 288.

-, -, tenant of a messuage in London, 249.

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

Kinghorn, co. Fife, 332.

King's Almoner, 549; Scotland. See Hamilton, W.

King's Alms, issue for, 424.

King's Barber, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 469.

King's barge houses, repair of, 66, 414.

King's Barges, Master of, trunks for, 472. See also Hill, C.
-, mending, payment for, 425.

King's Bench, Court of, Clerk of the Crown in. See Harcourt, R.
-, Judicial seal for, 521.
-, Justices of, 203, 376, 435, 440, 665. See also Aland, Sir J. F.; Eyre, Sir R.
-, Lord Chief Justice of, 312, 376, 408, 440, 665. See also Parker, Lord; Pratt, Sir J.
-, prison, 445.
-, Secondary of. See Harcourt, R.
-, writ of restitution awarded by, 320.

-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

King's Birthday, expenses in Scotland on, 53.

King's Blacksmith. See Bache, W.

King's Coppice. See New Forest.

King's Counsel. See Compton, S.; Conyers J.; Cooper, S.; Denton, A.; Jennings, E.; Reeves, T.; Wills, J.

King's Footmen, 114.

King's Goldsmith. See Smithin, S.

King's Launches, repair of, 414.

King's Locksmith. See Bache, W.; Robinson, T.

King's Lynn. See Lynn, King's.

King's Messengers, payments to, 330. See also Chalke, E.

King's Music, Master of. See Eccles, J.

King's Organ Maker, repair of organs at the King's Chapels at St. James's, Whitehall and Hampton Court, 348.

King's Painter. See Kneller, Sir G.

King's Physician, 154. See also Douglas, W.; Ezial, Sir E.; Lawrence, .

King's Printers, 293, 375; bills of, 63; payment to, 377.

King's Roads, Keeper of. See Watkins, W.; Surveyor of, 540; works and repairs on, 214, 561, 569.

King's Stud. See Royal Mews and Stables.

King's Tennis Courts, Keeper of. See Chaplin, T.

King's Waiters. See Customs.

King's Watermen, liveries for, 471; pensions of, 424; salaries of, 424.

King's Wharves, repairs of, 414.

King's Wine Cellar, Yeoman of. See Heymans, J.

Kingshaw, [co. Berwick], 239.

Kingsthorpe, co. Northampton, hospital called St. Dewys, alias St. Davids, alias St. Trinity in, 168, 353.

Kingston, co. Surrey, 149; hundred, 358.

Kingston, Lady. See Seaton, Anne.

-, Viscount. See Seaton, J.

Kingston, Samuel, guardianship of Ann Harvey's children, 19, 94, 195, 218, 520.

Kingston upon Hull, co. York, counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490; Receiver General of Taxes. See Wilkinson, C.; Wilkinson, T.; ship of, seized, 640; waiters and searchers at, 294; sheriff of. See Winspeare, W.

Kingston upon Hull, Duke of. See Pierrepont, E.

Kingston upon Thames, co. Surrey, 341, 348, 458; clippers and counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490.

Kingston Wick, co. Middlesex, 561.

Kinnaird, co. Forfar, 564.

Kinnettles, Kinetles, co. Forfar, 521.

Kinnoul, Earl of. See Hay, T.

Kinross, sheriffdom of, 332.

Kirk, Mary, pension for, 547.

Kirkcaldy, co. Fife, Salt Duty officers at, 200, 201, 208, 209; Supervisors of the Salt Duty at. See Menzies, W.; Smith, J.; tidesmen at, 318.

Kirkeside. See Kirkside.

Kirks, Hamnet, pension for, 547.

Kirkside, Kirkeside, co. Kincardine, 521.

Kirkwall, co. Orkney, 511.

Kirton, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Kitson, David, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, baronet, Principal Painter to the King, 347.

Knibb, Simon, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 186.

Knight, Anthony, Keeper of Bagshot in Windsor Forest, royal bounty for, 99, 565.

-, Isaac, sheriff of Nottinghamshire, 605.

-, James, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

-, Joseph, tidesman in the Hundred List, to be landwaiter in London, 508, 558.

-, Richard, landwaiter at Harwich, refuses appointment as surveyor, waiter and searcher and riding officer for the wool business at Pagham Point, 642.

Knight Harbinger. See Royal Household.

Knollys, Henry, sheriff of Hampshire, 586.

Knowes, William, Salt Duty watchman at Irvine, 527.

Knowle, co. Somerset, manor of, 419.

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

-, Thomas, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Komugh, de, demands of, 115.

Kynaird, , Mrs., petition for a pension, 95.

Kynaston, Thomas, Clerk of the Works at Somerset House, 21, 236.