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La Bassade. See Bassade.

Labastide, Paul, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Labat, Andrew, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Labilliere, Peter, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Laboissiere, John, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 176.

La Boissonade. See Boissonade.

La Bouchetiere. See Bouchetiere.

Lac, Balthazar du, pension of, 619.

Lace, Flanders, seizure of, 523; for Wm. III, 597; gold, for the Army, 340; head suit, seizure of, 280; seizure of, 62, 98, 366, 384.

Laceler, Eliz., transported to America, 592.

Lacger, John, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Lackey, Cath., transported to America, 592.

Lackson. See Laxon.

Lacoste, John, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

La Force. See Force.

Laidez, , monsieur, [Master of the Keys of Calais], 27.

Lake, Sir Bibye, memorial of, 52, 54, 56, 58, 71, 76, 79, 95, 344.

Lamacourt, David, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Lamangere (Laumagere), Michael, lieutenant, pension of, 511.

Lamarest, James, cornet, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Lamaria, Anthony, major, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Lamb, Abra., quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, Henry, convicted for felony and burglary, 585.

-, William, lease of land in Somerset, 419.

Lambert, Charles, Earl of Cavan, 547.

-, -, -, Oliver, son of, pension for, 547.

-, Isabel, lease of premises in London, 257.

-, Sir John, disposal of tin, 60, 61, 83, 84, 115, 199, 646.

-, -, and Son, 165.

-, Joseph, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

-, Luese de Tressor du Mesnil, pension for. 553.

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

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

Lambton, Thomas, Customs officer of Newcastle, 637.

La Molliere. See Molliere.

La Moulaine. See Moulaine.

Lamplugh Robert, sheriff of Cumberland, 604.

Lamps, in Westminster Hall, maintenance of, 70, 93, 435.

Lancaster, county of, Assizes for, 527; rebels taken in, trial of, 140, 258; Receiver General of Taxes. See Molyneux, N.; Owen, J.; Thornton, J.; sheriff of. See Crisp, T.; Crook, S.

Lancaster, duchy of, chancellor of. See Aylesford, Earl of; Lechmere, N.

Lancaster, co. Lancaster, 95; waiters and searchers in, 55, 338.

Lancaster, Charles, lieutenant of the Regiment of Carabiniers in Ireland, pension of, 86, 489, 558.

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

Lancaster Herald. See Hesket, J.

Lance, David, Master Plasterer of the Works, 284.

Land Tax. See Assessments; Scotland.

Landcarriagemen. See Customs.

LANDS
-, Crown Lands, grants and leases of, 15, 20, 24, 26, 36, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 64, 71, 72, 76, 81, 86, 90, 91, 92, 107, 108, 109, 115, 123, 134, 144, 147, 149, 166, 167, 168, 184, 186, 193, 198, 200, 204, 210, 226, 227, 229, 231, 237, 238, 242, 244, 248, 249, 252, 253, 255, 256, 263, 268, 309, 328, 331, 341, 346, 353, 360, 382, 413, 417, 431, 434, 441, 445, 466, 489, 501, 515, 519, 526, 539, 566, 607, 613, 644; fines of, 597; in custodiam, 268, 419, 482; transcripts of, 322.
-,-, land laid into the Parks at Windsor, 114.
-,-, rents and revenues, 54. accounts, 117, 287, 597. arrears of, 24. Auditor of, 10, 30, 108; reports of, 41, 65, 92, 95. See also Godolphin, S.; Jett, T.; Shales, H. Receiver General of, 89, 180; accounts of, 449, 450. See also Aldworth, [W.]; Codd, T.; Grainger, M.; Mills, J. Surveyor General of, 43, 108, 115, 149, 198. constats and ratals by, 54, 123, 167, 198, 200, 210, 268, 380, 382, 413. memorials referred to, 3, 39, 109. petitions referred to, 4, 5, 13, 15, 24, 25, 35, 36, 41, 46, 55, 72, 74, 76, 81, 86, 91, 105, 147, 149, 193, 204, 237, 268, 331, 353, 417, 431, 434, 466, 489, 501, 519, 613. reports of, 9, 15, 20, 23, 25, 26, 34, 42, 53, 55, 59, 64, 67, 77, 90, 91, 92, 107, 226, 227, 229, 242, 308, 346, 382. warrants to, 227, 231, 263, 346, 445, 607. See also Cholmondley, H.; Pendarves, A.
-, forfeited. See Forfeited Estates.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Landsurveyors. See Customs.

Landwaiters. See Customs.

Lane, Samuel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Lanercost, co. Cumberland, 25, 32, 40, 231, 241, 244, 328; Banksfield, 328; Barkhouse Flatt, 328; Berthe Flatt, 328; Burne Typott Moore, 328; Kedholme, 328; Pisshe Flatt, 328; Sevie Neese, 328; Stonehouse, 328; Utter Yate House, 231, 328; Windhyll Banks, 328.

Lange. See Langoe.

Langhorne, Daniel, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, 226.

Langlade, David, serjeant, pension of, 511.

Langoe, Lange, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Langport, co. Somerset, 636.

Langrac, Ann de, pension for, 553.

Lanham, Richard, Receiver General of Taxes for Wiltshire, 57, 76, 357.

Lansdell (Lansdel, Lansdown), John, deputy to the Treasurer of the Ordnance, 12, 52, 70, 73, 118.

Lansdown, Lord. See Granville, G.

-, See also Lansdell.

Lant, , 59.

Lantrow (Lanthrow), John or William, Deputy Comptroller of Barnstaple, 25, 41, 241, 293.

La Penotiere. See Penotiere.

La Pie. See Pie.

La Plaigne. See Plaigne.

Laplant, Peter, surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

La Ponge. See Ponge.

La Porte. See Porte.

Lappan, James, pension for, 547.

Lappinton, Thomas, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

Lardan, John, pension for, 553.

La Roche, Laroche. See Roche.

La Roque. See Roque.

La Rosseliere. See Rosseliere.

Lascelles, Thomas, payment for inspecting the demolition of Dunkirk, 67, 535, 536.

La Serre. See Serre.

Lashmar, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 430.

Lasley, Eliz[abeth], petition for pension rejected, 40.

Laspay, Charlotte de, pension of, 619.

Latin Secretary. See Hill, S.; Lee, W.

Latour, Peter, pension for, 547.

Latton, William, petition for searcher's place at Plymouth, 106.

Latus, Ferdinand, Customer of Newcastle, 43, 294.

Lauderdale, Earl of. See Maitland, C.

Laumagere. See Lamangere.

Launder, Thomas, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Launditch, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Laundress to Wm. III. See Ireland, Jane.

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Law, William, of London, merchant, 106, 625.

-, -, , brother of, seizure of watches and money sent to, 625.

Lawes, co. Lincoln. See Lawress.

Lawes, , tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

Lawrence (Laurence), , Dr., Physician to the King, 35.

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

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

-, John, apprehended for highway robbery, 266.

-, Lewis, pension of, 619.

Lawress, Lawes, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Laws, Reader of, in Cambridge University. See Dickins, F.; in Oxford University. See Bourchier, T.

Lawson, , collector of Customs at Poole, 53.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

-, Joseph, Serjeant at Arms, 477.

Lawton, , captain, merchant, 540.

-, John, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, 290, 438.

Laxon (Lackson), Roger, sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, 359, 604, 627.

Laystoun, Wester and Middle, co. Perth, 563.

L'Blanc. See Blanc.

Lea Bailey. See Dean, Forest of.

Leacroft, John, Treasurer and Receiver to the Commissioners for Building Fifty new Churches in London and Westminster, 18, 162, 589, 596.

Leather Duties. See Hides and Skins.

Leathes, William, Resident in the Austrian Low Countries (Resident at Brussels), 53, 139, 361, 369, 517.

Leaver, Edward, lease of lands in Wallingford, 431.

Le Caan. See Caan.

Lechmere, , petition of, 94.

-, Anthony, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 16, 199, 241, 243, 411, 565, 580.

-, Nicholas, Attorney General, 48, 237, 315; petitions referred to, 235, 441; report of, 532; warrants to, 384, 452, 527, 569, 636.

-, -, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 237, 332.

-, William, Comptroller or Paymaster of the Adventure of 1,800,000l. (10l. Lottery anno 1712), 21, 228, 285.

Le Coq. See Coq.

Ledderdale. See Lidderdale.

Lee, co. Essex. See Leigh.

Lee, John, apprehended for felony and burglary, 435.

-, Mary, pension for, 547.

-, Richard, security for Sir Robert Dunckley and Thomas Couts, 303.

-, William, Latin Secretary, 665, 680.

Leeds, co. York, inhabitants of, petition of, 117; merchants and traders at, 636; Petty Constable of. See Winteringham, J.

Leeds, Duchess of. See Osborne, Bridget.

Leeward Caribbee Islands, Captain General and Governor in Chief of. See Hamilton, W.; Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, 636; Lieutenant Governor of. See Matthews, W.; Smith, D.; seal for, 522; stores of war for, 12, 181, 186.

Le Gendre. See Gendre.

Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth, Lord Privy Seal, 49, 81.

Legh. See Leigh.

Leghorn, Italy, 251; Consul at. See Crow, .

Le Goux. See Goux.

Leicester, county of, Receiver General of Taxes, 455. See also Blundell, B.
-, sheriff of. See Smith, T.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Batchelor, T.; Penavayre, A.

Leicester, Earl of. See Sydney, J.

Leicester, William, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 612.

Leidger, Samuel, merchant at Gothenburg, 637.

Leigh, Lee, co. Essex, 140; Surveyor of Customs at. See Bowen, J.; Smith, T.

Leigh (Legh), Agnes, pension for, 547.

-, -, royal bounty for, 259.

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

-, John, of Whitehaugh, 383.

-, Samuel, apprehended for felony and burglary, 314.

Leigh Swatch, co. Essex, fishery in, 26, 193.

Leighton, Susanna, pension of, 556.

Leith, co. Edinburgh, boatmen at, 145, 208; landwaiters, searchers and coastwaiters at, 209; ship of, seized, 210; tidesmen at. 311, 318; tidewaiters at, 270.

Leith, John, petition of, 66.

Le Maitre. See Maitre.

Lemaster. See Maitre, J. le.

Le Mastre. See Maitre.

Lemon, John, convicted for burglary, 141.

Le Neve. See Neve.

Lennard, Sir Samuel, Knight Bachelor, 468.

Lennox, Charles, 6th Duke of Richmond, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Margaret, Countess of Richmond, 265.

Lenton, John, Groom of the Chapel Royal, St. James's, 448.

Leslie, David, Lord Lindores, pension of, 153, 305, 475.

-, George, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Receipt, 337.

-, -, minister of the Gospel in Navar, 521.

-, formerly Hamilton, John, 9th Earl of Rothes, High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church in Scotland, 45, 331.

Leslie, William, minister going to Antigua, 626.

Lestablere, Renatus, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

L'Estanquette. See Estanquette.

Lethendy, co. Perth, 77, 451.

Lethieulliera, John, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Letten, Michael, payment in connection with the Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 151.

Levant, the, 24, 251.

Levet, Charles, tidesman and boatman at Hubberstone, 139.

Lewen (Lewin), Robert, collector for the Convex Lights, 467.

-, Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, 126.

Lewes, co. Sussex, gaol, 90; General Quarter Sessions held at, 569.

-, See also Lewis.

Lewin. See Lewen.

Lewis (Lewes), , recommendations by, 9, 113.

-, Edward, sheriff of Warwickshire, 569, 583, 605.

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

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Bills of Customs, 493.

-, Tim, payment for looking after Post Office carriers and coaches, 467.

-, William, assistant Paymaster of the Train of Artillery in Spain, 273, 274, 277, 278.

-, -, apprehended for felony and burglary, 314.

Leys, Don Diego de, colonel, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

Leyva, Orazio de, corporal, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Library Keeper. See Bentley, R.

Lichfield, co. Stafford, Dean and Chapter of, perpetuity of, 154, 282; Vicars Choral of, perpetuity of, 282.

Liddell, , recommendation by, 9.

-, Crain, payment to, out of Crown law charges, 30, 34, 323.

-, Sir Henry, lease of lands in Holy Island, 25, 268.

Lidderdale (Ledderdale, Lyderdale), James, pension for, 624, 647.

-, -, royal bounty for, 99, 565.

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

Lidgerd, John, tidesman, superior list, in London, 140.

Lige, Belgium, 272, 273, 361.

Lifford, Earl of. See Rochefoucauld.

Lifton, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Lightfoot, Anne, remission of fine, 15, 206.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Poole, 180.

-, -, junior, Receiver General of Taxes for Cambridgeshire, 56, 62, 67, 358.

Lighthouse, at Howth, 162.

Lille, Lisle, France, 183.

Lilly, William, apothecary, 320.

Limbry, William, tidesman at Appledore, 216.

Limerick, co. Limerick, garrison at, 405.

Linchford. See Windsor Forest.

Lincoln, county of, lands in, 229; Receiver General of Taxes. SeeBanks, J.; Coxall, J.; Gace, J.; Harneis, J.; Manby, J.; Whittingham, ; sheriff of. See Brown, F.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, Receiver General of Taxes. See Manby, J.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, H.

Lindores, Lord. See Leslie, D.

Lindsay (Lyndesay, Lyndsay), , of Pitscandly, 521.

-, James, watchman of the Salt Duty in Prestonpans, to be an officer, 318.

-, -, Salt Duty officer in Kirkcaldy, 200.

-, -, payment to, out of Crown law charges, 30, 34, 323.

-, -, a Rebel prisoner, 140.

-, John, 20th Earl of Crawford, pension of, 153, 475.

-, -, wife of, 89.

Linen, checked, striped, printed, painted, stained or dyed, duties on. See Customsduties, on soap, etc.
-, for Wm. III, 597.
-, manufactory, in Ireland, royal bounty for, 619.
-, stamps on, proposal for, 654.

Ling, Ann, a sufferer at Nevis or St. Christopher, 295.

Linton, James, executor of Nicholas Baker, 14, 16, 202, 654.

-, John, dealer in roll tobacco, 20, 30, 230.

Lipton, Ga., payment for carrying General Post letters to the Post Office, 467.

Lisbon, Portugal, Agents for Transports at. See Goddard, J.; Stepney, L.; Agent for the Victualling Commissioners at, 346; bedding left by Forces at, 524; corn carried by transports from the Mediterranean to, 523; merchants at, 523.

Lisle. See Lille.

Lisle, Peter, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 196.

Lister, Thomas, of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, shoemaker, 29, 284.

Little, William, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, Collector of Customs, complaint against, 477. See also Scarborough, E.; Smith, N.
-, landwaiters at, 84.
-, surveyors, waiters and searchers in, 216.
-, tidesmen at, 46, 140, 180, 508.

Livesay, [John], major general, Regiment of Foot of, 198.

-, Paradin, outlaw, 419.

Lloyd (Loyd), David, sheriff of Cardiganshire, 605.

-, George, coastwaiter in London, 120, 641.

-, James, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

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

-, -, payment for apprehending highwaymen, 137.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

-, -, et al., payments to, for robbery convictions, 141.

-, Richard, Collector of Assessments in Whitehall, 248.

-, -, pension for, 547.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Chester, Denbigh, Flint and North Wales, 678.

Loader, Peter, tidesman in Plymouth, 612.

Loans, register of, 272. See also Assessments; Coals, duties on; Exchequer Receipt; Excise, dutiesHereditary; Malt Duty; Navy, Treasurer of.

Lochend, Scotland, 13, 227.

Lock, William, tidesman in Padstow, 612.

Lockhart, Martha, pension for, 547.

Locking, Moses, master and owner of the Rachael, 640.

Lockyer, George, boatman at Margate, 53; boatman at Sandwich, 338.

Loddon, Lodden, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Lodington, Benjamin, Consul General at Tripoli, 139, 369, 517.

Loftus, John, barge builder, payment for mending the King's barges, 425.

Loggan, James, landwaiter in London, 508.

Loggins, Robert, petition for bounty for discovering tobacco frauds, 209.

Logie Montrose, Scotland, 521.

Logwood Duty, pension out of, 152,194.

Lomaria, Maria de, pension for, 553.

Lombart, Elias, lieutenant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

LONDON, 244, 263, 366, 372, 445, 490, 495, 515, 627, 660.
-, bishop of, 107, 108, 408, 550; dean of the Chapel Royal at St. James's, 530. See also Robinson, J.
-, Chamberlain of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, citizen of, 452.
-, Crown Lands Rents and Revenues, Receiver General of. See Codd, T.; Mills, J.
-, goldsmith of, 252.
-, Houses, Duties on, Receiver General of, 419; Surveyors of. See Alderton, ; Hougill, J.; Masters, I.
-, Lord Mayor of, 408; wines for, duty on, 412. See also Lewen, Sir W.
-, merchants of, 158, 184, 228, 237, 239, 287, 437, 512, 557, 590, 591, 625, 638, 639, 655.
-, poor of, support and relief of, 126.
-, port of, Cloth and Petty Customs, Comptroller of. See Bagshaw, J.; Breton, .
-,-, coastwaiters, 46, 100, 209, 216, 344, 508, 641.
-,-, collectors inwards, 140, 581; deputy to, 581.
-,-, Customs Inwards, collector of, 338, 534.
-,-, Entries Inwards, copying clerk of, 508.
-,-, jerquers in, 508.
-,-, King's waiters, 55, 140, 150, 169, 216, 241, 508, 565, 581; deputy to, 140, 216, 293, 337, 338, 350, 534, 634, 640.
-,-, landcarriagemen, 46, 641, 646; extraordinary, 294.
-,-, landcarriage officers, surveyors of, 293.
-,-, landsurveyors, 100, 116, 567.
-,-, landwaiters, 46, 108, 140, 197, 229, 293, 507, 508, 558, 567, 611; surveyor of, 641.
-,-, noon-tender, 294.
-,-, Register Inwards. See Bealing, M.; Robinson, T.
-,-, salary bill, 272, 420, 580, 669.
-,-, Surveyor General of Customs, parchment for blank books of, 298.
-,-, tidesmen, 48, 288, 293, 338, 611; appointment of, 100, 104; hundred list, 558; in fee, 230; inferior list, 140, 216, 218, 293, 294, 338, 377, 430, 508, 581, 611, 612, 640; representation of, 38; superior list, 104, 140, 216, 229, 293, 294, 338, 580, 681, 611, 640.
-,-, tidesurveyors, 43, 139, 216, 323; irregular proceedings of, 311, 415; suspension of, 482, 662.
-,-, undersearchers, 294, 332.
-,-, warehouse, 204, 344.
-,-, watchmen, 139, 180.
-,-, watermen, 216, 640.
-,-, weigher, 311.
-,-, weigher in fee, 106.
-,-, weighing porter, 581,641.
-,-, winetasters, surveyors of, 430.
-, Recorder of. See Thompson, J.
-, Remembrancer of. See Johnson, J.
-, sheriffs of, 441; under. See Preston, J.; wines for, duty on, 412. See also Conyers, Sir G.; Cook, Sir C.
-, Taxes, Receiver General of. See Masters, Sir H.

LONDON AND WESTMINSTER, STREETS AND PLACES IN
-, Black Swan Court, 253.
-, Bloomsbury Square, 437.
-, Bury Street, 257, 258, 431.
-, Charing Cross, 309.
-, Charing Cross Mews, works at, 370, 568.
-, Charles Street, 227, 256, 257.
-, Charterhouse Hospital Foundation, accounts of, auditor of. See Davison, G.; Governors of, 273; Master of, 269; royal bounty for, 269, 273; Treasurer of, 27, 269.
-, Cockpit, 151, 419, 644; Council Chamber at, curtains for, 471; office at, chairs for, 471; waiting rooms, chairs for, 471.
-, Compter, 570.
-, Davis Stable Yard, 147.
-, Denmark House, works at, 370, 568.
-, Dog Yard, alias Round Rundles, 252, 255, 256; Black House in, 168.
-, Dorset Court, 170, 483, 491, 492, 529, 629, 630.
-, Drury Lane, Company of Comedians acting in, 628.
-, Duke Street, 147, 227, 253, 257.
-, Eagle Street, 255.
-, Fenchurch Street, 522.
-, Fleet Prison, 272, 287.
-, Fleet Street, 242.
-, Fryday Street, 501.
-, Glasshouse Street, 252.
-, Great Swallow Street, 252.
-, Green Dragon, 256.
-, Haydon Yard, 516.
-, Hedge Lane, 466.
-, Hick's Hall, 460.
-, High Holborn, 167.
-, Horse Guards, Board of General Officers meeting at, 135, 136; Pay Office at, 254; repairing, 44, 91.
-, Hyde Park, deer in, hay and beans for, 283, 322.
-,-, ditch in, opening up, 409.
-,-, enclosure in, repair of, 324.
-,-, Gate, attendant at, 283, 322.
-,-, Keeper of. See Portman, H.
-,-, repairs in, 34, 60.
-,-, Ring in, watering the, 283, 322.
-,-, underkeepers of, 283, 322.
-,-, wall, 336.
-, Inns of Chancery, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Masters, Sir H.
-, Inns of Court, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Masters, Sir H.
-, Jermyn, Jermin, Street, 147, 249, 253, 255, 258.
-, Kensington Gardens, 324; works at, 370, 568.
-, Kensington House, 550, 551; works at, 370, 568.
-, Knightsbridge, 336.
-, Lady Alley, 304.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 412, 602, 634, 669.
-, Little Princes Street, 167.
-, Little Swallow Street, 252, 255.
-, Little Wallingford House, 20.
-, Lothbury, 248.
-, Market Lane, 147.
-, Market Street, 147, 253, 431.
-, Marshalsea Prison, 29, 46, 280, 372, 591; keeper of. See Darby, ; Marshall's Court, 373; sutler in. SeeWynne, J.
-, Middle Temple, 263, 678.
-, Murrell's Yard, 255.
-, Naked Boy Alley, 255.
-, Newgate Prison, 292, 441, 591, 638; clippers and counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490; Keeper of. See Pitt, W.
-, Newton Street, 167.
-, Old Bailey, clippers and counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490.
-, Pall Mall, 200, 204, 431, 558; Keeper of. See Chetwynd, Lord.
-, Pall Mall Field, alias St. James's Field, 147, 249, 253, 255, 256, 257, 311.
-, Pall Mall Street, 256, 257.
-, Piccadilly, alias Portugal Street, 147, 249, 253, 255, 256, 597.
-, Pimlico, 561.
-, Portugal Street. See Piccadilly.
-, Poultry Compter, 445, 522.
-, Princess Court, 257.
-, Privy Garden, 179, 200, 204, 207, 441, 508, 526.
-, Queen Square, 506.
-, Rosemary Lane, 314.
-, Round Rundles, alias Dog Yard, 252, 255, 256; Black House in, 168.
-, St. Albans Street, 147, 431.
-, St. Alphage, parish of, 516.
-, St. Ann's, 248.
-, St. Botolph's, perpetuity for the poor of, 282.
-, St. Botolph's, Aldgate, minister of. See Bray, Dr.
-, St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 344.
-, St. Catherine's, 165.
-, St. Giles in the Fields, 24, 109, 167, 237, 263, 613; hospital of, 167.
-, St. James's, 545.
-, St. James's Bailiwick, 227.
-, St. James's Field. See Pall Mall Field.
-, St. James's Market, 147, 257.
-, St. James's Market Place, 249, 256.
-, St. James's Palace, 235.
-,-, Back Court, 295.
-,-, Backstairs Rooms, cleaning, 448, 608.
-,-, Ball Room, 295; sconces, cleaning, 470, 676.
-,-, basset table at, 471.
-,-, Board of Greencloth's Dining Room, curtains for, 471.
-,-, card tables for, 471.
-,-, chairs for, 471, 472, 675, 676, 677.
-,-, Chapel Royal, Dean of, 530; Groom of. See Lenton, J.; Lent Preachers, list of, 448; mops and brooms for, 448; prayers read at, allowance for, 425; repair of organ at, 348; sermons preached at, allowance for, 80, 530, 608.
-,-, Children of the Kitchen's rooms, 295.
-,-, chimneys at, sweeping, 449.
-,-, Clerk of the Kitchen's Office, 295.
-,-, Council Chamber, candle branch for, 470, 676.
-,-, Dining Room, 677.
-,-, furnishings at, 294, 295, 470472, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677, 679.
-,-, furniture removed to Hampton Court from, 347.
-,-, German Chancery rooms, cleaning, 448, 608.
-,-, glasses for Kensington from, 471.
-,-, Grand Marshal's Apartment, 676.
-,-, Great Drawing Room, 674.
-,-, Guard Houses or Barracks at, 573.
-,-, hides, bare, cleaning, 471.
-,-, King's Apartments, furnishings of, 674.
-,-, King's Backstairs, sconces for, 471.
-,-, King's Bedchamber, 471, 676, 677.
-,-, King's Private Wardrobe, furniture for, 675.
-,-, kitchens, 295.
-,-, Little Council Chamber, 470, 676.
-,-, Little Drawing Room at, 471.
-,-, livery cellar, 295.
-,-, lodgings at, 344, 679.
-,-, low lodgings at, 295.
-,-, Madam Governess, walnut tree writing desk for, 470, 676.
-,-, Master Cook's room, 295.
-,-, New River water for, 348.
-,-, New Rooms, glasses for, 470.
-,-, ombre tables for, 471.
-,-, Order in Council dated, 596, 661.
-,-, Painted Chamber, 675.
-,-, prayers at, allowance for reading, 425.
-,-, Prince and Princess of Wales's apartments at, furnishings of, 348, 470, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677.
-,-, Princesses' Apartment, furnishings for, 470, 673, 674, 675, 676.
-,-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Parsons, E.
-,-, royal sign manual dated, 646.
-,-, royal warrants dated, 122, 126, 137, 160, 162, 168, 169, 177, 179, 181, 182, 194, 198, 203, 204, 209, 210, 213, 218, 220, 226, 230, 238, 239, 240, 242, 246, 258, 264, 268, 269, 270, 272, 280, 291, 296, 305, 309, 315, 318, 322, 325, 341, 342, 610, 617620, 623, 624, 625627, 634, 635, 637, 646, 656, 668, 669.
-,-, screens for, 471.
-,-, sculleries, 295.
-,-, Secretary's Room, 677.
-,-, servants of, collectors of assessments on, 64.
-,-, stables, New River water for, 348.
-,-, State Bedchamber, 471.
-,-, under housekeeper of. See Brown, E.
-,-, Waiting Room, 676, 677.
-,-, walnut tree inlade work brought from Windsor and Kensington, 471.
-,-, works at, 67, 295, 370, 567.
-, St. James's, parish of, 168, 198, 249, 252, 566; poor of, pension for, 551.
-, St. James's Park, 167, 566.
-,-, boats in, 321.
-,-, deer in, hay for, 210, 321.
-,-, fish and fowl in, 210, 321.
-,-, gatekeepers of, 210, 321.
-,-, lease of land in, 144.
-,-, nets in, 321.
-,-, Ranger and Keeper of. See Chetwynd, Lord.
-,-, The Mall in, 4.
-,-, underkeepers of, 210, 321.
-,-, Wilderness in, keeper of, 210, 321.
-, St. James's Square, 600.
-, St. James's Stable Yard, 539, 566.
-, St. James's Street, 198, 431.
-, St. John Baptist, Walbrook, perpetuity for the poor of, 282.
-, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 284.
-, St. Magnus, perpetuity for the poor of, 282.
-, St. Margaret's, 50, 60, 263, 309, 336, 506, 566, 627; poor of, pension for, 551; Vicar of, pension for, 550.
-, St. Martin's in the Fields, parish of, 168, 198, 249, 252; poor of, pension for, 551.
-, St. Mary le Bow, 412.
-, St. Mary Woolnoth, poor rate of, 467, 503; tithes to the Rector and Lecturer of, 467, 503.
-, St. Michael's, Cornhill, perpetuity for the poor of, 282.
-, St. Paul's, Dean and Chapter of, licence to dig stone in Portland, 648.
-, Savoy, Bell and Burial Ground in, 317, 612.
-,-, Chapel Warden of, 317, 612.
-,-, Deputy Marshal. See Murphy, T.
-,-, French Ministers in, annuity for, 426.
-,-, Guard Houses or Barracks, 573; works at, 317, 370, 568, 612.
-,-, Hospital, rents and revenues of, Receiver of. See Burton, S.; repairs and works in, 24, 39, 92, 244.
-,-, houses in, lease of, 5; repair of, 5.
-,-, Master of, 317, 612.
-,-, poor of, chapel warden and overseer of, 36.
-,-, repairs in, 317.
-, Scotland Yard, 134, 184, 268.
-, Smithfield, East, 516.
-, Somerset House, 448, 470, 676; Clerk of the Works at. See Kynaston, T.; furnishings at, 675.
-, Spotted Dog, 249.
-, Stable Yard, 167, 198.
-, Stanford Bridge, 530.
-, Strand, 317, 612.
-, Swallowfield, 252, 255, 256.
-, Temple, The, Master of. See Sherlock, T.
-, Thames Street, 427; Custom House in, 522.
-, Tothill, Tuttle, Fields, hospital in, pension for, 551.
-, Tower, The, Caesar's Chapel, digesting the records in, chief clerk for. See Holmes, G.; clerks employed in, 154, 408, 580; stationery, etc., for, 185; supervisor of the work of. See Topham, R.
-,-, Csar's Tower, Repertory for the Records of Chancery in, 655.
-,-, Guard Houses in, 573.
-,-, Jewel Office in. See Jewel Office.
-,-, St. Peter ad Vincula, Vicar of, perpetuity to, 282.
-,-, tin in. See Tin.
-,-, works at, 370, 568.
-, Trinity Minories, 50, 516.
-, Vine Street, 256.
-, Wapping New Stairs, 165.
-, Westminster Hall, 151; canopy in, 674; Court erected in, 347, 448, 608; lamps at, maintenance of, 70, 93, 435. For Westminster generally see Westminster.
-, Whitehall, 372, 615, 642.
-,-, collectors of Assessments in, 26.
-,-, lands in, 115, 519.
-,-, Palace, Chapel Royal, repair of organ at, 348. Guard Houses or Barracks at, 573. letter dated, 162. lodgings in, lease of, 178, 200. rebuilding, 134, 346. Receiver General of Taxes, 8. See also Parsons, E. servants of, collectors of assessments on, 64. waste ground in, lease of, 15, 46, 71, 76, 134, 184, 204, 268, 346, 380, 526. works at, 370, 568.
-, Whitehall Bridge, 268.
-, Whitehall Great Gate, 268.
-, White Hart, 167.
-, White Horse Inn, 258.
-, Wood Street, 516.
-, Wool Key, 522.

Londonderry, Derry, 247, 472; bishop of, 452.

Londwell, Henry, apprehended and convicted for burglary, 442. Long, Charles, lease of a fee farm rent out of Dunwich, 417.

-, Henry, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

-, John, transported to America, 592.

-, Richard, waiter and searcher at Amblepans, 140.

Long Beech Hill. See New Forest.

Long Walk. See Windsor Great Park.

Longbottom, Richard, pension for, 547.

-, -, royal bounty for, 121.

Longbridge, Edmund, petition of, 93.

Longden, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for Worcestershire, 443.

Longformacus, Longformacco, Louformacus, co. Berwick, 280, 680.

Longtown, co. Cumberland, riding surveyor at, 209.

Longuevergne, Olympe de, pension for, 553.

Longueverque, Hester de, pension for, 553.

-, Lucrice de, pension for, 553.

Lonpre, Charles de, cornet, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Lonsdale, Lord. See Lowther, H.

Loo, warrant dated at, 135.

Lookup, John, minister at Calder, grant of oats, etc., from the estate of Maleny, 23, 176.

Lopez, Francisco, Serjeant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Lorain, Marg[aret] de, pension for, 553.

Lord Almoner, allowance for the Daily Alms and poor at the Gate, 166, 299, 632; allowance for Maundy money, 299; King's private pensions or charities, issues for, 166, 335, 550, 632; Sub-Almoner, 166, 299, 632.

-, Scotland. See Hamilton, W.

Lord Chamberlain. See Royal Household.

Lord Chancellor, 31, 75, 296, 408, 635, 664.
-, allowances for, 54.
-, porter to, fees in passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416.
-, pursebearer to, fees in passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending. See Jephson, F.; Stone, C.
-, See also Parker, Lord.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Lord Chief Baron. See Exchequer Court.

Lord High Treasurer. See Exchequer Court.

Lord President. See Privy Council.

Lord Privy Seal. See Privy Seal.

Lord Steward. See Royal Household.

Lords, House of, Address of, 160.
-, Clerk of, 152; printing for, 377.
-, Clerk of Parliaments. See Cooper, W.
-, doorkeepers of, 31, 292. See also Davis, W.
-, Journal, original of, 152.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending. See Jephson, F.; Stone, C.
-, Speaker of, 291.
-, underclerks of. See Fitz- Gerald, [G.]; Jennings, J.; Merest, J.

-, -, Ireland. See Ireland.

Lords Justices, Ireland, See Ireland.

LOTTERIES
-, clerk in, 114.
-, Funds of, annuities for redeeming. See Annuities; Auditor of, 50.
-, houses near the Exchequer used as offices by Comptrollers or Paymasters of, 37, 592.
-, Malt Lottery (Adventure of 1,400,000l. as by 89 Wm. Ill, c. 22), tickets, 63; Paymaster of. See Arnold, N.
-, 1710. 1,500,000l. (10l. Lottery, 1710), as by 8 Anne, c. 10, Comptroller of. See Colt, H.; Walmesley, G.
-,-, office for, 179, 638.
-,-, Paymaster of, auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J.
-,-, See also Humble, Sir J.; Jett, T.
-, 1711. Adventure of 1,500,000l. (10l. Lottery, 1711), as by 9 Anne, c. 6, Comptroller of, 50. See also Vernon, M.
-,-, deficiency of, 191.
-,-, income of, 260, 461, 463, 650.
-,-, office for, 179, 638; house belonging to a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt used as, 72, 435.
-,-, orders on, 373; counterfeit, 53, 59, 466; lost, 50, 338, 627; subscribed for annuities, 129132, 239; unsubscribed for annuities, 130, 132.
-,-, Paymaster of, 50, 72. auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. office of, vacancy of, 226, 236. See also Chadwick, Sir A.
-,-, tickets on, for which no orders for annuities are made out, 132.
-, 1711. First Classis Lottery or Two Million Adventure (as by 9 Anne, c. 16), Comptroller of. See Harcourt, H.
-,-, income of, 261, 461, 464, 650.
-,-, office for, 179, 638.
-,-, orders on, lost, 252, 626; subscribed for annuities, 129132; unsubscribed for annuities, 130, 132.
-,-, Paymaster of, auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. See also Blunt, C.; Colt, J. D.
-,-, Receiver of. See Blunt, J.
-,-, tickets on, for which no orders for annuities are made out, 132.
-, 1712. Adventure of 1,800,000l. (10l. Lottery, 1712), as by 10 Anne, c. 18), Comptroller of. See Lechmere, W.; Stawell, E.
-,-, fund for, deficiency of, 446.
-,-, income of, 261, 461, 464, 650.
-,-, office for, 179, 638.
-,-, orders, lost, 477; subscribed for annuities, 129132; unsubscribed for annuities, 130, 132.
-,-, Paymaster of, 319. auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. See also Lechmere, W.; Jett, T.
-,-, tickets on, for which no orders for annuities are made out, 132.
-, 1712. Second Classis Lottery or Second 1,800,000l. (as by 10 Anne, c. 19), income of, 261, 461, 464, 651.
-,-, office for, 115, 179, 638.
-,-, orders, lost, 477; subscribed for annuities, 130132; unsubscribed for annuities, 130, 132.
-,-, Paymaster of, 319. auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. See also Phillips, [A.]
-, 1713. Civil List Lottery for 500,000l. (as by 12 Anne, c. 11), office for, 179, 638.
-,-, orders, lost, innovation of, 516.
-,-, Paymaster of, auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. See also Burdus, T.
-,-, 1714. Adventure of 1,400,000l. (as by 13 Anne, c. 18, and 1 Geo. I, c. 2), 584, 585. accounts of, auditing, payment for, 584. Commissioners of, 584. Comptroller of, clerks to, 584; offices of, 104, 319; salary of, 584. deficiency of, 582, 584, 585, 588. fund for, state of, 298, 299, 584, 585, 587589. incidents bill, 584. office for, 179, 585, 638. orders on, interest on, 587; lost, 516; Register and Comptroller of. See Barton, M. Paymaster of, auditor of the accounts of. See Stone, J. clerks to, 584. offices of, 104, 319. salary of, 584. See also Murray, G. Receivers of, 584. tickets in, 661; reduction of, 587.
-,-, General Fund for Redeeming Funds of (as by 3 Geo. I, u. 7), annuities on, at 4 per cent., 17, 66, 262, 378, 460, 462, 465, 652. annuities on, at 5 per cent., 17, 129133, 262, 460, 462, 465, 652, 681. incident charges, 133, 462. income of, statement of, 129133, 260262, 460465, 650653. Managers and Directors of, 262. orders for, interest on, 412, 681.
-,-, Tickets, Commissioners for, constitutions of, made void, 17, 226. See also Arnold, N.; Cornwallis, T.; Rhodes, C.; Tilson, C.

Loudoun, Earl of. See Campbell, H.

Louformacus. See Longformacus.

Louis d'or, 625.

Louth Eske, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Louvain, Belgium, 361.

Lovat, Lord. See Fraser, S.

Love, , bills of exchange payable to, 205.

Lovecock, Mary, convicted for felony, 478.

Loveden, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Lovelace, Charlotte, Lady Lovelace, and her son, pension of, 74, 301, 436, 547, 613.

Lovell (Lovel), Felix, streetkeeper to the Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 469.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

-, Mary, pension of, 93.

Loven, , monsieur, lodgings at St. James's, 679.

Lovigny, Jeanne de Bene de, pension for, 553.

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

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

Lovocke, John, apprehended and convicted for felony and burglary, 434.

Low (Lowe), Boyle, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

-, Joseph, merchant, 245.

-, -, merchant, 245.

-, Thomas, deputy collector of North Potomac river, to be collector, 139, 294.

Low Countries, Army in. See Army.

Lowen, William, Keeper of New Lodge Walk in Windsor Forest, 13, 15, 73, 77, 201, 433, 457.

-, -, Huntsman of the Royal Buckhounds, 364, 598.

Lowens Lodge. See Windsor Forest.

Lower, Josina, pension for, 547.

Lowman, Henry, Housekeeper of Kensington Palace, 83, 281, 303, 473.

-, -, Mary, wife of, Wardrobekeeper of Kensington Palace, 281, 303, 473.

Lowndes, Charles, landwaiter in London, 108, 611.

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

-, William, Secretary of the Treasury, 9, 25, 28, 34, 82, 86, 89, 95, 122, 123, 124, 141145, 148, 159, 160, 162, 163, 164, 166, 170, 181, 194, 197, 199, 201, 204, 208211, 215, 218, 227, 229, 230, 235, 246, 263, 265, 267, 269, 272, 279, 287, 291, 293, 294, 296, 299, 300, 302, 308, 310, 314, 326328, 330335, 337, 340, 344348, 350, 354, 366, 373, 375, 376, 379, 381, 415, 418, 419, 427, 429, 433, 434, 436, 438440, 445, 449, 454, 458, 466, 480483, 491, 492, 494, 496, 499501, 507, 514516, 519, 522, 526, 527, 531, 539, 541, 558, 589, 592, 596, 597, 600602, 605, 607, 611, 612, 614616, 619, 620, 625, 628, 633, 639, 640, 642, 646649, 653, 655, 662, 664, 668; issues to, for secret service, 38, 68, 86, 87, 100, 108, 113, 125, 168, 193, 242, 265, 270, 296, 309, 407, 466, 493, 502, 541, 569, 610, 626, 635; petition referred to, 66; report of, 93.

-, -, junior, Clerk of the Petitions, 27.

-, -, -, underclerk in the Treasury, 7, 283, 306, 384.

-, -, Surveyor of Customs at Harwich, 600.

Lowther, Hannah, pension for, 547.

-, Henry, Lord Lonsdale, 43; Gentleman of the Bedchamber, pension for, 220, 299, 408, 603.

-, James, recommendations by, 53, 55.

-, Robert, Captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados, 279, 345, 506.

-, Thomas, [Chief Clerk of the Treasury], 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78, 79, 80, 85, 86, 87, 107, 109, 114, 115, 117, 118; issues to, 28, 164, 225, 242, 269, 345, 502, 623, 642, 668; payments by, 7, 9, 10, 12, 19, 26, 27, 28, 38, 42, 43, 48, 49, 52, 54, 58, 59, 62, 67, 71, 72, 78, 81, 82, 92, 97, 99, 100, 102, 105, 106, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117, 120, 121.

-, -, Messenger in Ordinary of the Exchequer Receipt, 12, 194.

-, Sir William, receipt of taxes, 66.

Loyd. See Lloyd.

Lucas, [Richard], colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 390, 398.

-, Thomas, transported to America, 591.

Ludborough, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Ludby, John, lease of premises in London, 256.

Ludlam, George, petition to be appointed Receiver General of Taxes for London, Middlesex, etc., 74.

Lunden, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Lundy, Robert, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Lunt, John, witness in the assassination plot against Wm. III, pension for, 550.

Lyderdale. See Lidderdale.

Lyel, Henry, of London, merchant, 638.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, Corporation of, annuity for repair of the Cobb pier, 150, 475, 530, 607, 673; Mayor, etc., of, 18.

Lyn. See Lynn.

Lynch, William, Receiver General of Taxes for Suffolk, 57, 357, 660.

Lyndesay, Lyndsay. See Lindsay.

Lynn, King's, Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, 490; hundred, 357; Customs officers at, 592; Customs yacht at, 216; riot at, 592.

Lynn (Lyn), , accounts of, 91.

-, -, letter about, 18.

-, Francis, to attend the Treasury, 64, 68, 69, 71, 384.

-, [S.], Paymaster of Half Pay, accounts of, 436.

Lyon, , of Carss, 521.

-, John, land in Market Street, 147.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes for Northamptonshire, 444.