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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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Naese of Norway. See Naze.

Nails, for the Army in Gibraltar, 234.

Naiper, Thomas, surveyor, landwaiter and searcher at Glasgow, 371.

Nairn, co. Perth, barony of, 564.

Nairn, Sir Robert, of Strathurd, afterwards Lord Nairn, a Senator of the College of Justice, 564.

Nairn, Lady. See Murray, Margaret.

-, Lord. See Murray, W.

Najac, Anthony, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Namur, Belgium, 272.

Napier (Napiere), John (?), Lord Napier, pension of, 153, 475.

-, Robert, Surgeon's Mate in the hospitals in Spain, 172, 220.

-, Sir Theophilus, sheriff of Bedfordshire, 435.

Naples, Italy, 101, 572.

Nash, Henry, Receiver General of Taxes for Suffolk, 57, 357, 660.

-, Robert, recommended to be a tidewaiter at Tenby, 80.

-, -, waiter and searcher at Tenby, 507.

Nassau, Maurice, colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 537.

Nassau Siegen, Prince of, pension for, 553.

Naturalization Act (7 Anne, c. 5), 405.

Navar, Novar, co. Forfar, barony of, 521, 563.

Navarro, Jos., bill for repairing small arms, 276.

Navigation Act, ship seized for not being manned according to, 636; Surveyor of. See Scott, T.

NAVY
-, bills, 81, 92, 111, 376, 382, 468, 523, 680.
-, Board, 53, 84, 92.
-, Cashier of, 42, 82, 116. See also Hawes, .
-, Chatham Chest, 53, 347; debts due to, 520; pensioners of, issue for, 61, 375.
-, chirurgeons, pay of, 14.
-, Commissioners of, 1, 4, 10, 23, 43, 100, 103, 104, 123, 125, 143, 187, 197, 230, 235, 347, 376, 382, 439, 580, 592.
-,-, at Portsmouth, 248.
-,-, clerks to, salaries of, 106, 606.
-,-, memorial of, 79.
-,-, salaries of, 79, 106, 447, 606.
-,-, Transport service placed under the care of, 81.
-,-, warrants to, 468, 680.
-,-, See also Colby, T.
-, conduct money, 346.
-, contingencies, issue for, 116.
-, Course, issue for, 514; Old, issue for, 22.
-, debt of, 4, 78, 103, 143, 580.
-, expense, estimate of, 42, 44, 47, 316.
-, extraordinary works and repairs, issue for, 123, 125.
-, Flag Officers, pay of, 14, 199, 310.
-, Fleets and Squadrons, Baltic Squadron, 310; provisions for, 45, 101, 111, 113, 326, 500, 572, 616, 638.
-,-, Blue, Vice Admiral of. See Cornwall, C.
-,-, Mediterranean, 346, 363.
-,-, Minorca, 376.
-,-, Norris, Sir John, 101, 572.
-,-, White, Admiral of. See Byng, Sir G.
-, frauds in, 87.
-, half pay, issue for, 123, 125.
-, hemp from America for, 382, 383.
-, manning, issues for, 32, 296, 346.
-, Officers, salaries of, 2, 143, 310.
-, oil for, 101, 572.
-, Ordinary, issues for, 2, 13, 123,125, 143, 199,310,447, 477, 483.
-, Pay Office, 29.
-, pilots, 349, 664.
-, pitch from America for, 382; from Nova Scotia for, 453.
-, Press Gang, 381.
-, repairs, extra, issue for, 1.
-, Sea Officers, half pay, issue for, 2, 143.
-, seamen, pressing of, payment to captains appointed to regulate, 68.
-,-, sick and wounded, bills of exchange, issue for, 2, 143; cure and subsistence of, 14, 199; office of, 440; to be under the management of the Navy Commissioners, 75, 440.
-, ships, books of, 230, 309; crew of, petition of widows of, 91; paying off, issues for, 2, 14, 79, 84, 102, 111, 143, 199, 447, 477, 514, 574, 616, 632, 664.
-, stores, issues for, 123, 125; old, sale of, 379, 473; supplied to the States of Holland, 104, 592.
-, surgeons, issue for, 199.
-, tar from America for, 382, 383; from Nova Scotia for, 453.
-, timber and trees for, 373, 453; from America, 383.
-, Treasurer of, 4, 42, 326, 439.
-,-, accounts of, 187, 188, 195, 436.
-,-, annuities in the hands of, 3, 143; disposal of, 5, 122, 148, 149.
-,-, bill of imprest on, 525.
-,-, imprests, issue for, 111.
-,-, issues to, 20, 32, 49, 52, 60, 61, 79, 81, 82, 101, 111, 116, 204, 206, 347, 376, 513, 663.
-,-, loan by, interest on, 22; issue out of, 2.
-,-, loss to, by lowering the value of guineas, 10, 197.
-,-, memorial of, 44, 70.
-,-, office of, Exchequer fees, etc., of, issue for, 2, 143.
-,-, payments by, 3, 10, 19, 48,77,84,92, 113, 129, 143, 199, 215, 230, 231, 270, 346, 350, 382, 447, 468,477,483,491,514, 527, 647, 663, 680.
-,-, supply for, estimates required from, 269.
-,-, tallies and orders in the hands of, 76, 77, 109, 117; disposal of, 102, 106, 110, 116,574,606, 615, 638, 647, 663.
-,-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 2, 42, 44, 47, 84, 316.
-,-, See also Aislabie, J.; Csar, C.; Hampden, R.; Walpole, R.
-, Victualling, bills of exchange, 45, 101, 113, 144,204, 572; issues for, 2, 101, 111, 143, 206, 346, 349, 572, 616, 638.
-,-, Cashier for, payment by, 231.
-,-, Commissioners of, 19, 20, 45, 80, 85, 90, 144, 187, 197, 215, 244, 324, 454, 480, 492, 496, 507, 513. agent for, 326, 346. attending the Treasury, 84, 87. bill of exchange drawn on, 500. payment by, 232. petition referred to, 18, 210. reports of, 14, 90. warrant to, 231. See also Reynolds, T.
-,-, contingencies, issues for, 2, 143, 647.
-,-, Course, new, issues for, 3, 19, 143, 350, 664; old, issue for, 215; old and new, distinction between, 19, 215.
-,-, expense, estimate of, 44, 47, 316.
-,-, issues for, 19, 44, 123, 125, 215, 325, 326, 350, 514, 681.
-,-, Necessary Money to Pursers, issues for, 2, 116, 143, 310, 647.
-,-, Office, payment to, 91.
-,-, officers and labourers, pay of, 19, 215, 491.
-,-, Short Allowance money, issue for, 19, 215. supply for, estimates for, 269.
-, wages, 197; imprests, 32; issues for, 2, 14, 22, 61, 68, 102, 106, 111, 123, 125, 143, 199, 230, 296, 310, 346, 349, 375, 447, 477, 574, 606, 616,632,664; turned-over men, pay of, 32, 296.
-, Wear and Tear, bills of exchange, issues for, 2, 19, 61, 102, 116, 143, 215, 349, 375, 575, 632, 647.
-,-, contingencies, 349.
-,-, Course, new, issues for, 3, 143, 349, 663; old, issues for, 349, 663.
-,-, Exchequer fees, 2, 143, 349.
-,-, imprests, issues for, 2, 19, 116, 143, 215, 632, 647.
-,-, issues for, 13, 19, 107, 111, 123, 125, 199,215, 483, 491, 606, 616.
-, wine for, 101, 572.
-, Yards, issues for, 2, 13, 19, 107, 143, 199, 215.
-,-, workmen in, paying off and discharging, 111, 606, 616.
-,-, at Chatham, issue for, 483.
-,-, at Deptford, issue for, 84, 477; joiners and labourers in, 506, 514.
-,-, at Plymouth, issue for, 491; stone from Portland for, 100, 249, 577.
-,-, at Portsmouth, issue for, 491; stone from Portland for, 248.
-,-, at Sheerness, issue for, 483.
-,-, at Woolwich, issue for, 84, 477; workmen, wages of, 527.

Naxera, Spain, 423.

Nayac, Marguerite, pension of, 619.

Naze, Naese, of Norway, 637.

Neale, Francis, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, 195, 248, 266, 285, 419, 435, 442, 457, 494, 503.

-, Henry, Surveyor of Minorca, 93.

Needham, Martin, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

-, Thomas, transported to America, 591.

Needles, pack, for the Removing Wardrobe, 673.

Negus, Francis, colonel, [Gentleman of the Horse], 5, 46, 73, 77, 288, 324, 331, 336, 433, 445, 457, 576; issues to, 42, 68; 86, 161, 322, 384, 493, 617.

-, George, merchant, 540.

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

Nelson, Gilbert, bill payable to, 173, 220.

-, Richard, royal bounty for, 100, 570.

-, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Houses in Sussex, 12, 193.

Nesbitt, John, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Ness, Nesse, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Nets, in St. James's Park, 321.

Neufville, Claud Margaret de, pension for, 553.

Neuville, Jean de, pension for, 553.

-, Samuel de, pension for, 547.

-, -, Mariane, wife of, pension for, 547.

Neve, Peter le, Norroy King at Arms, 289; petition for the seventeenth volume of Rymer's Fdera, 39.

Nevill (Nevil), Clement, colonel, Paymaster of the British prisoners in Spain, 53, 58, 70, 277, 345, 366, 420.

-, George, 13th Lord Abergavenny, pension for, 544.

-, Grey, a Commissioner for stating Army Debts, 173, 211, 241, 379, 574.

-, Hannah, pension of, 556.

-, James, recommended to be a landwaiter, coastwaiter or landcarriageman in London, 46.

Nevis, Lieutenant Governor of. See Mathews, W.; Smith, D.; sufferers from the invasion of the French, payment to (as by 9 Anne, c. 16, and 10 Anne, c. 41), 291, 295, 319, 596, 614.

New England, 571; minister going to. See Mossom, D.; minister in, pension for, 550.

New Forest, Ashley Lodge, Master Keeper of. See Hooper, E.
-, Bentley, Bembly, North Coppice, 225.
-, Bentley, Bembly, South Coppice, 225.
-, Berkley's Coppice, 34.
-, Bolderwood, Bolderode, Lodge, Master Keeper of. See Coventry, W.; repairs at, 22, 34.
-, Burly Sand Ditch, 225.
-, Denny Lodge, 15, 225.
-, enclosures in, repairs to, 15.
-, encroachments in, 410.
-, felling in, 268, 316; wrongfully, 204.
-, keepers of, 316.
-, King's Coppice, 34.
-, Long Beech Hill, 225.
-, officers in, 63, 204, 316, 410.
-, Pondhead, 353.
-, Priors Acre, 225.
-, Pug Pitts, 225.
-, Queen Mead, 23, 25, 268; Master Keeper of. See Powlett, Lord William.
-, Rhinefield Lodge, 25, 268; Master Keeper of. See Powlett, Lord William.
-, Salisbury Trench Enclosure, 225.
-, under woodward of, 15.
-, verderers of, abuses presented in courts of, 114, 639.
-, Whitley Ridge Lodge, 15, 225.
-, Woodfidley Enclosure, 225.
-, woodward of, 316.
-, works and repairs in, 15, 22, 34, 225, 231, 268.

New Hampshire, seal for, 522.

New Jersey, seal for, 522.

New Lodge Walk. See Windsor Forest.

New River water, for the Post Office, 137, 467; for St. James's Palace and stables, 348.

New York, 596; Attorney General of. See Rayner, J.; Collector of Customs in. See Byerley, T.; Dixon, J.; seal for, 522.

Newberry, Cecilia, pension of, 556.

Newburgh, Lord. See Cholmondley, G.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, Collector of Customs. See Isaacson, A.; Jackson, R.
-, Customer of. See Banks, J.; Latus, F.
-, Customs officers of, 637.
-, landwaiter at, 114, 610.
-, Mayor of. See Dalston, T.
-, merchant of, 638.
-, riding officer at, 209.
-, ship seized at, 640.
-, tidesmen at, 640.
-, waiters and searchers in, 139, 180.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Duke of. See Pelham-Hollies, T.

Newcomen, Thomas, lieutenant colonel, half pay officer in Ireland, 387

Newells, failure of, 480.

Newfoundland, 202; Judge Advocate of. See Hodges, T.; part of yielded up by the French, survey of, 326, 544; Surveyor of. See Taverner, W.

Newhall, Scotland, 680.

Newhaven, co. Sussex, collectors of, 508; Deputy Comptroller of Customs. See Styver, S.; Swan, W.

Newland, co. Gloucester, manor of, 613.

Newman, Eliza[beth], pension of, 556.

Newmarket, cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, gamekeepers, under, liveries for, 471.
-, Housekeeper of the King's house. See Walker, T.
-, King's race horses at, 102, 279, 575.
-, King's service at, furnishings for, 470, 472.
-, Master of the Game about. See Orford, Earl of.
-, minister of, pension for, 551.
-, schoolmaster at, pension for, 550.
-, works at, 370, 568.

Newport, co. Monmouth, 180.

-, See also Nieuport.

Newport, Lady. See Blount, Susanna.

Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household to Wm. III, 625.

-, Thomas, Lord Torrington, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 23; appointment as, 264.

-, -, -, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, 31, 242, 248, 263, 296, 339.

Newsham, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Warwickshire and Coventry, 57, 357, 443, 633.

-, William, Receiver General of Taxes for Warwickshire, 443, 633.

Newspapers, for Ambassadors, 330, 615; for the Post Office, 467.

Newstead, Abigail, convicted for coining, 478.

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

-, -, transported to America, 591.

-, William, apprehended for coining, 292.

Newton, Scotland, 521.

Newton, Sir Isaac, Master and Worker of the Mint, 5, 16, 17, 25, 30, 63, 73, 104, 145, 160, 170, 185, 223, 224, 292, 341, 433, 454, 490, 583, 664, 680; payment to, 643; petition referred to, 29, 92, 511; reports of, 49, 107, 263; to attend or attending the Treasury, 5, 34, 36, 37, 120, 148.

-, -, Chief Manager of the Tin in the Tower of London, 213.

-, Joseph, recommended for a Hackney Coach licence, 115, 646.

-, Thomas, woodward of Salcey and Whittlewood Forests, 32, 315, 345.

Nicholas, Edward, Paymaster of Queen Anne's private pensions, 66, 201, 491, 617.

-, Mathew, et al., payment to, for apprehending and convicting a highway robber, 186.

Nicholls (Nichols), Eliz[abeth], petition for extension of leases of houses, 4, 147.

-, Richard, payment to, for convicting a felon, 478.

Nicholson, , bills of exchange drawn by, 205.

-, Fetherston, Collector of Customs and Salt Duties at Beaumaris, 217.

-, John, sheriff of Cumberland, 442.

-, Richard, Doorkeeper and Messenger of the House of Commons, 151.

Nicoll, , Receiver of the money arising by sale of tin, 54, 92.

Nielson, Robert, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

Nieuport, Newport, Belgium, hospital at, 8, 166, 181.

Nisbet, William, tidewaiter at Aberdeen, 527.

Nixon, Andrew, chaplain, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Noble, , Customs waiter, 164.

-, Arthur, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Nodes, George, deputy King's waiter in London, 534.

Noland, Bridget, transported to America, 592.

Nomans Land. See Stanford in the Vale.

Noon-tenders. See Customs.

Norcliffe, Fairfax, sheriff of Yorkshire, 147, 320.

-, William, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Nordborg, Olof, subsistence of Swedish prisoners in the Marshalsea, 46, 372.

Norfolk, county of, Assizes at, 195.
-, coast of, running of goods on, 607.
-, distributor of stamps for, 154.
-, Receiver General of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues. See Codd, T.; Mills, J.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Gurdon, T.; Mackarell, C.; Pacey, W.
-, riding surveyor on the coast of, 354.
-, sheriff of, 315. See also Berners, W.; Howes, J.

Norfolk Herald. See Anstis, J.

Norgate, Matt., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Norman, , clandestine trade with Sweden, 216.

-, Lionel, petition to be Receiver General of Taxes for Northumberland, 56.

Norman Cross, co. Huntingdon, hundred of, 217, 248.

Normand, Edward, Keeper of Bagshot in Windsor Forest, royal bounty for, 99, 565.

Norris, Henry, petition for payment for stores delivered at Gibraltar, 36.

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

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

-, Sir John, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Czar of Muscovy, 271.

-, -, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, 305; Fleet under, 101, 572; Secretary to. See Bell, W.

Norroy King at Arms. See Neve, P. le.

North, William, transported to America, 592.

North Britain. See Scotland.

North Sea and Herring Fishery, beer for, 247.

Northampton, county of, general woodward of woods, etc., in. See Warner, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Banks, J.; Cooper, J.; Lyon, S.; sheriff of. See Ash, W.

Northcoate, William, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

Northcross, , captain, commander of the Haarnd Beest, 638.

Northesk, Earl of. See Carnegie, D.

Northey, Sir Edward, Attorney General, 223, 237.
-, allowance for Trade and Plantations business, 271.
-, annuity for, 240, 353.
-, clerk to. See Billingsley, C.
-, opinion of, 157, 590.
-, petition referred to, 235.
-, reports of, 151, 250, 252.
-, salary of, 271.
-, warrants to, 236, 238.

Northumberland, county of, clippers and counterfeiters prosecuted at, 490; Receiver of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues. See Aldworth, [W.]; Receiver General of Taxes. See Wilkinson, C.; Wilkinson, T.; Wyvill, F.; sheriff of. See Rogers, J.; Shafto, R.

Norton, Sir Charles, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Norwich, co. Norfolk, distributor of stamps for. See Clark, R.; Goddard, T.; Mayor of, 154; Receiver General of Taxes. See Mackarell, C.; Recorder of, 154; sheriff of, 154.

Nostez (Nostitz), Count. See Sigismund, G.

Nott, Anto[ny], lease of house in the Savoy, 5.

-, Charles, et al., payment to, for burglary convictions, 141.

-, Elizabeth Pleydell, lease of lands in Braydon Forest, 431.

-, John, lease of lands in Braydon Forest, 431.

-, Lettice, lease of lands in Braydon Forest, 431.

Nottingham, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Bury, J.; sheriff of. See Knight, I.; Mellish, J.

Nottingham, co. Nottingham, sheriff of. See Bourne, L.; Egginton, R.

Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, D.

Nova Scotia or Accadia, beaver skins for the King from, 453; forts and fortifications, erection of, 453; lands in, grant of, 452, 453; mines in, grant of, 453; new settlements in, 3, 453; pitch and tar for the Navy from, 453; timber from, for the Navy, 453.

Novar. See Navar.

Novis, , widow, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

Nun, Baptist, destruction of game in Windsor Forest, 384.

Nunnery (Nunrey), Joseph, whipped from St. Margaret's church to Charing Cross for cursing his Majesty, 309, 460.

Nuthall, Frances, administrator of John Nuthall, 658.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Surrey, 57, 70, 118, 639, 644, 658.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Surrey, 358, 515, 639, 644, 658.

Nutt, Elizabeth, payment for Gazettes and newspapers for the Post Office, 467.

Nuttall, Charles, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.