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Q

Quash, Joseph, Receiver General of Taxes for Devonshire and Exeter, 93, 515.

Queen Anne's Bounty, Governors of, 10; Treasurer and Receiver of. See Barker, E.

Queen Mead. See New Forest.

Queenborough, co. Kent, Customs smack at, 360, 430, 508.

Quellin, Hugh, waiter and searcher in Carnarvon, 62, 376.

Quills, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677.

Quilt, for the King's service at New-market, 470.

Quinn, Henry, pension for, 548.

Quinsac, Charles d', captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Quit Rents. See Ireland, Virginia.

R

R., R., letter about frauds, 18.

Rackham, John, ensign, afterwards lieutenant, half pay for, 88, 509.

Radcliffe, Sir Ralph, of Hitchin, renewal of lost Lottery orders, 50, 338, 373.

-, Samuel, lease of ground called Common Moor, 109.

Radnor, county of, Chief Justice of. See Wright, W.
-, Judicial seal for, 522.
-, Receiver General of Taxes, 508. See also Burton, S.
-, Second Justice of. See Whitaker, E.
-, sheriff of. See Gwyn, M.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Chaloner, J.; Lewis, H.

Radnor, Lord. See Roberts, C. B.

Raines, Ann, et al., payment to, for apprehending a person for felony and burglary, 611.

Rainsford, Francis, lieutenant colonel, pension for, 548.

Raisins, duties on. See Customsduties, on pepper.

Raite, Alex[ande]r, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

Raleigh (Ralegh), Francis, pension for, 548.

-, Thomas, lease of lands in London, 167.

Ramage, Francis, tidewaiter at Inverness, 145.

Ramondon, Mrs. Harriet, petition concerning her father's salary as Principal Physician to the King, 35, 154.

Ramsay, Eliza[beth], pension for, 548.

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

Ranelagh, Earl of. See Jones, R.

Ranken (Rankin), James, of Culloden, 332.

-, -, David, son of, 332.

-, -, James, son of, 45, 332.

-, -, Robert, son of, 332.

Ratkiller. See Stubbs, S.

Ratley, alias West, Anne, apprehended and convicted for felony and burglary, 434.

Raven, Roger, captain, pension of, 556.

Rayner, John, Attorney General of New York, 39, 314.

-, William, tobacco bonds of, 655.

Rayney, Henry, security for Thomas Byerley, 439.

Raynham, Edmund, distributor of stamped vellum, paper and parchment in Essex, 228.

Raze, Peter, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Rea, Lord. See Mackay, G.

Read, Sir Thomas, recommendation by, 100.

Reales. See Coins.

REBLLION, the (1715), 60, 75, 188, 254, 302, 466.
-, estates forfeited by, 37, 89.
-, Forces raised for. SeeE Army in Scotland.
-, rebels, brought from Scotland to Carlisle, 433.
-,-, execution of, 140.
-,-, in the Austrian Netherlands, 361.
-,-, in Brussels, 361.
-,-, marches against, 163.
-,-, money extorted by, 59, 93, 271.
-,-, taken prisoner, 140, 439. at Preston, Lancashire, 142; trial of, 79, 140, 258. subsisted by the magistrates of Glasgow, 142.
-,-, trial of, at Carlisle, 323, 433.

Reboul, Mark Anthony, pension for, 554.

Records, in the Tower. See LondonTower; in the Treasury of the Exchequer Receipt, allowance for ordering and sorting, 290, 438.

Recusants' Forfeitures, records of, 286, 340.

Reddall, Ambrose, Receiver General of Taxes for Bedfordshire, 56, 355, 443.

Redfearn, Thomas, et al., payment for apprehending and convicting a felon, 434.

Reed (Reid), James, officer of the Salt Duty at Borrowstounness, 318.

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

-, Robert, colonel, annuity of, 476.

Reeves, , rent of a house hired for the Czar of Muscovy's Minister, 449, 608.

-, Mary, pension of, 556.

-, Richard, Gentleman Harbinger of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 298, 491.

-, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, King's Counsel, 628, 678.

-, William, waiter and searcher at Stockton, 507.

Regnaut, Noah, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Regne, Angelique Vassetot [Vasselot] de, pension for, 549.

Reid. See Reed.

Reidhugh, [co. Berwick], 239, 240.

Reigate, Ryegate, co. Surrey, hundred, 357.

Reith, James, seizure of gold watches, 625.

Removing Wardrobe. See Wardrobe.

Renard, Lewis, pension for, 74, 548.

Renaud, Frances Mary, pension for, 554.

Rench, William, tenant of a messuage in London, 257.

Reneville (Renneville), Constantine de, pension for, 554; royal bounty for, 3, 160.

Reresby (Keresby), Sir John, Governor of York, 466.

Reuss, Count de, sealing the goods of, 105, 600.

Revels, the, Comptroller of. See Symes, L'Estrange; Master of. See Killigrew, C.

Revolution, the, 264, 451.

Reynardson, , collector of Bristol, 571.

Reynel, , payment to, 343.

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

-, John, landwaiter at Exeter, 50, 430.

-, Thomas, Commissioner of the Victualling, royal bounty for, 473.

Reynosa, Joseph, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Rhinefield Lodge. See New Forest.

Rhodes, Christopher, Commissioner for Lottery Tickets, 158, 227, 373, 477, 516, 626, 627, 661.

Ribera, Martin, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

Ribton, John, debt for tobacco duties, 272, 311, 602.

Ricard, Judith, pension for, 554.

Ricaut, Charlotte, pension of, 556.

Rice, for the Army in Gibraltar, 233.

Rich, Nathaniel, Receiver General of Taxes for Essex, 41, 81.

-, -, royal bounty for, 121.

Richards, Edward, sheriff of Berkshire, 583, 604.

-, John, Governor of Alicante, 649.

-, Michael, brigadier, 275, 276, 277, 278; fortifications at Gibraltar, 115, 117, 649, 664.

-, -, Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 114, 290.

-, Samuel, merchant, 245.

Richardson, John, lease of houses in Pall Mall Field, 36, 311.

-, -, merchant, 245, 540.

-, -, merchant, 245, 540.

-, -, merchant, 244, 540.

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

-, William, loss of red herrings shipped to Italy, 18, 78, 217.

Richbell, Ann, pension for, 548.

Richers, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Cambridgeshire, 442, 454.

Richmond, archdeaconry of, Receiver of Crown Lands Revenue in. See Aldworth, [W.]

Richmond, co. Surrey, Charity School, Treasurer of, pension for, 551.
-, lease of a tenement called the Fryers at, 316.
-, New Park, bailiff of, 321, 473; Keeper of. See Rochester, Earl of; moletaker, 321, 473; underkeepers of, 281, 321, 473.

Richmond, Countess of. See Lennox, Margaret.

-, Duke of. See Lennox, C.

Richmond Herald. See Hare, J.

Rickey, Robert, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Ridding, Thomas, Closet Keeper of the Chapel Royal, 39.

Rideout, John, of Kensington, 248.

Rider, Daniel, convicted for felony, 595.

-, Robert, master of the Joseph and Eliz[abeth], 202.

Ridge, Jeremiah, tenant of a messuage in London, 249.

Riding officers. See Customs.

Riding surveyors. See Customs.

Ridley, Nicholas, of Newcastle, merchant, 638.

Rigby, Robert, tidewaiter at Caithness, 145.

Rigo, Jean de, pension for, 548.

Rimblierre, Jamerla, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Ringwood, co. Southampton, 202.

Rioters, prosecution of, 237.

Riotor, William, major, pension of, 619.

Rissow, George, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Ritefield, James, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Riva, , monsieur, memorial of, 85.

Rivall, Peter, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Rivals, Lewis, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Rivers, Earl. See Savage, R.

Rivet, Joanna, pension for, 548.

Roads. See King's Roads.

Robartes. See Roberts.

Robbery, payments for convictions for, 141, 186.

Roberts (Robartes), Catherine, pension of, 556.

-, Charles Bodvile, Lord Radnor, 100; Treasurer of the Chamber, 51, 53, 63, 166, 299, 304, 347, 350, 351, 364, 371, 424, 448, 507, 530, 563, 598, 601, 607, 628, 632, 642; pension of, 133, 548.

-, James, tidesman, inferior list, in London, to be removed to the superior list, 338.

-, John, royal bounty for, 312.

-, Joseph, Master Plumber at Windsor, 284.

-, -, Serjeant Plumber of the Works, 284.

-, Mary, tenant of a messuage in London, 255.

-, Reuben, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, Robert, transported to America, 591.

-, Russell, royal bounty for, 86, 493.

-, Thomas, et al., payment to, for burglary conviction, 141.

-, William, Paymaster of the Works at Windsor, 39.

-, -, stamper in the Stamp Office, 62, 377.

Robertson, , lodgings at St. James's, 677.

-, James, minister going to Virginia, 150.

-, Thomas, merchant of Inverness, 41, 334.

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

Robes, Office of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Master of, account of expenses in the Office of the Cofferer, 331. See also Cadogan, Earl of.
-, salaries and allowances in, 361, 472, 668.

Robethon, , 458.

-, Charlott, pension for, 548.

-, Eliza[beth], pension for, 554.

-, Susanna, pension for, 554.

Robins, Isaac, apprehended for felony, 427.

-, Mary, pension for, 548.

-, Stephen, ship master, 639.

-, Thomas, merchant, 245.

Robinson, Anne, Master Forester and Keeper, etc., of Farming Woods, Rockingham Forest, 55, 56, 198, 360.

-, Charles, tidesman at Leith, 318.

-, Edward, landwaiter at Scarborough, 101, 567.

-, Hamlet, landcarriageman in London, 641.

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

-, John, petition of, 23.

-, -, bishop of London, 7, 126.

-, Sir John, lease of Farming Woods, Rockingham Forest, 360.

-, -, Sir James, son of, 360.

-, -, John, son of, 360.

-, -, William, son of, 360.

-, Tancred, lease of St. Mary's Monastery, York, 74, 77, 434, 445, 466.

-, Thomas, Locksmith in Ordinary to the King, 348, 449, 609.

-, -, Register Inwards, in London, 542.

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

-, -, Treasurer and Receiver to the Commissioners for Building Fifty new Churches in London and Westminster, 18, 162.

Roborough, North and South, hundred, 355.

Robson, , tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Rocafort, Joseph, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Roch (Roche, La Roche, Laroche), , widow, tenant of a messuage in London, 258.

-, James, captain, pension of, 81, 472.

-, Jaqueline Godeau de la, pension for, 554.

-, Peter la, Deputy Knight Harbinger, 348.

-, -, pension for, 548.

Rochefoucauld, Frederick William de Roye de la, Earl of Lifford, regiment of, 405.

Rochegude, John de, pension for, 554.

-, Marquis de, pension for, 554.

Rochester, bishop of. See Atterbury, F.

-, Countess of. See Hyde, Jane.

-, Earl of. See Hyde, H.

Rochford, Earl of. See Zulestein, F. Nassau de.

Rochford, John, transported to America, 592.

Rockingham Forest, co. Northampton, bucks sent from, to the King's Larder, 326.
-, Farming Woods in, 198; Master Forester and Keeper, etc., of. See Robinson, Anne.
-, Lord Warden of, 16.
-, offices in, amendment in the lease of, 55.
-, woods in, grant of free hay, etc., of, 46, 47, 208, 218, 326, 335.

Rodbard, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Somerset, 57, 67, 357, 381.

Rodean, Ann, petition about a discovery of frauds, 90.

Roell, Villa, lieutenant general, 422.

Roffe, Cath[erine], transported to America, 592.

Rogers, , prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, Fra., surveyor, waiter and searcher and riding surveyor for the wool business at Pagham Point, 642.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Buckinghamshire, 443, 519.

-, -, sheriff of Northumberland, 435.

-, -, of Bridgwater, Leather Duty officer, 1, 147.

-, William, Receiver General of Taxes for Gloucestershire, 442.

-, Woods, captain, Governor of the Isle and Fort of Providence and the rest of the Bahama Islands, 5, 15, 134, 159, 164, 202.

Rogerson, Richard, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Roiffey, John, surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 393.

Roleston, Deborah, pension of, 556.

Rollo (Rollow), Sir Henry, collector of Borrowstounness, 86, 489; collector of the Salt Duties at Borrowstounness, 591.

-, Robert, petition expressing sorrow for the rebellion, 439.

Rolls Chapel, payment for building, 133.

Romney, Earl of. See Sydney, H.

Rook, [Heyman], major general, Regiment of Foot of, 629, 644.

Rookwood, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 121.

Roope, John, subsistence for, 276.

-, Nicholas, a Commissioner for Transports, 124; a Sub-Commissioner for Transports, 124.

Roos (Roose), John, Chief Graver of Signets and Seals, 36, 521.

-, -, , widow of, 49, 81, 92.

Roper, Henry, 8th Lord Teynham (Tenham), pension for, 549.

Roque, John la, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Rose, John, merchant, 540.

-, Mary, See Baker, Mary.

-, William, convicted for burglary, 141.

Rosebery, Earl of. See Primrose, A.

Rosedale, co. York, 166, 167, 168; Bottom Close, 167; Heygate, 167; Manor House, 166.

Ross, co. Northumberland, salt works at, officers of, 459.

Ross, Earldom of, Chamberlainship of, 63; Chamberlain and Collector of the rents of. See Munro, G.; Strathnaver, Lord; payment out of, 137.

Ross, Alexander, deputy clerk to the Justice Court, Scotland, 303.

-, [Charles], major general, Regiment of Dragoons of, 645.

-, [David], Commissioner of Excise, Scotland, 27.

-, Gilbert, watchman of the Salt Duty at Kirkcaldy, 201.

-, Magdalen, pension of, 556.

-, William, petition of, 48.

-, -, royal bounty for, 352.

-, -, Commander of the Customs smack at Queenborough, 430, 508.

-, -, 12th Lord Ross, pension of, 181, 474.

Rosseliere (Rosselure), Peter la, lieutenant, pension of, 511.

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

Rotheram, John, petition for bounty for discovering tobacco frauds, 10, 209.

Rothes, Earl of. See Leslie, J.

Rotterdam, Holland, 445; pension for the minister of the English Church at, 550; poor foreigners transported to, 165.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Bound, J.

Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Downes, D.

Rougeatt, , monsieur, chirurgeon, 258.

Rous (Rouse), , tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

-, Mary. See Baker, Mary.

Rousse, James, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Rousset, Guilhawme, pension for, 548.

Roussy, Lady Charlotte de, pension for, 554; royal bounty for, 92, 513.

Roux, Judith de, pension for, 554.

-, -, Mary, daughter of, pension for, 554.

Row (Rowe), Mrs. Bridget, additional letter receiver for the Post Office, 467.

-, Mrs. Hannah, additional letter receiver for the Post Office, 503.

-, James, Elizabeth, widow of, petition of, 50, 78.

-, Nicholas, Surveyor of the landwaiters in London, 116, 641.

-, Richard, a tanner at Bridgwater, 1, 147.

Rowan, Alexander, tidewaiter at Port Glasgow, 318.

Rowley, John, payment for a [Sun] Dial presented to the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 348.

-, -, pension for, 548.

-, -, bill for the watering engine at Windsor, 64.

Roxburgh, Duke of. See Kerr, J.

Royal Africa Company. See Africa Company.

ROYAL BEDCHAMBER
-, cleaning, 448, 608.
-, Gentlemen of. See Berkeley, Earl of; Carteret, Lord; Dorset, Duke of; Grafton, Duke of; Leicester, Earl of; Lincoln, Earl of; Lonsdale, Lord; Manchester, Earl of; Orkney, Earl of; Portland, Duke of; Richmond, Duke of; Selkirk, Earl of; Stair, Earl of.
-, Grooms of, furnishings for, 676. See also Carr, W.; Cornwall, H.; Dormer, J.; Fielding, G.; Honeywood, P.; Howard, C.; Hume, Sir G.; Tyrrell, J.
-, Ladies of. See Rochester, Countess of.
-, Pages of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469; furnishings for, 676; sheets, etc., for, 541. See also Brown, E.; Gardiner, R.; Graff, L. de; Harris, D.; Saxton, L.; Sell, J.; Taylor, W.
-, Women of, dining rooms for, at Hampton Court, 294.

ROYAL BOUNTY, names of recipients
-, Arbuthnot, R.
-, Aylesford, Earl of.
-, Blagny, J. de la Motte.
-, Buller, J.
-, Calderwood, W.
-, Charterhouse, Foundation of.
-, Chauncey, T.
-, Child, J.
-, Clark, Jane.
-, Clark, Mary.
-, Crawford, T.
-, Curle, Anne.
-, Curle, Elizabeth.
-, Dalston, T.
-, Davis, Mary.
-, Dixon, N.
-, Echard, L.
-, Erskine, Lady Dorothy.
-, Falconer, J.
-, Finbow, N.
-, Fitzharris, Dame Mary.
-, Fitzwalter, Lord.
-, French Protestants.
-, Gage, T.
-, Geldon, C.
-, Gerard, , widow.
-, Gordon, .
-, Greatman, A.
-, Halt, A.
-, Harper, J.
-, Henrickson, C.
-, Holmes, G.
-, Hughes, H.
-, Johnson, W.
-, Jollyvet, E.
-, Knight, A.
-, Leigh, Agnes.
-, Lidderdale, J.
-, Longbottom, R.
-, Mackay, , widow.
-, Mayne, S.
-, Molloy, Margaret.
-, Molloy, Mary.
-, Moron, B.
-, Nelson, R.
-, Normand, E.
-, Parker, Lord.
-, Paston, Lord.
-, Patshall, .
-, Plunkett, T.
-, Pym, Martha.
-, Renneville, C. de.
-, Reynolds, T.
-, Rich, N.
-, Roberts, J.
-, Roberts, R.
-, Rookwood, Elizabeth.
-, Rosebery, Earl of.
-, Ross, W.
-, Roussy, Lady Charlotte de.
-, St. Saphorin, Seigneur de.
-, Schaub, L.
-, Selleck, Alice.
-, Shields, A.
-, Smith, F.
-, Smith, H.
-, Stanhope, Earl.
-, Strathnaver, Lord.
-, Sunderland, Earl of.
-, Sutton, R.
-, Terret, Mrs. Margaret.
-, Tide, J. H.
-, Tigh, E.
-, Wait, Mrs.
-, Waldron, G.
-, Watkins, Mrs.
-, Webb, I.
-, Westminster, Dean and Chapter of.
-, Weston, J.
-, White, Margaret.
-, Whotley, D.
-, Williams, J.
-, Wren, Eleanor.
-, Wye, M.

Royal Buckhounds, 112.
-, Harbourers. See Webb, J.; Webb, R.
-, Huntsman. See Lowen, W.
-, Master of, 364, 598.
-, officers of, 371.
-, Yeomen Prickers, 364, 598. See also Hudson, J.

Royal Fishery, disbursements in, 106.

Royal Gardens and Plantations, allowance for keeping, 102, 122, 575; expense of, 102, 576; issue for, 102; King's Gardener. See Acres, ; Carpenter, J.; Wise, H. See also St. James's Park.

ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
-, andirons for, 449.
-, Apothecary to. See Jones, W.
-, Backstairs, Pages of, dining rooms for, at Hampton Court, 294.
-, Bakehouse, Clerk of. See Manning, R.
-, board wages, 105.
-, Buttery and Cellar, Gentlemen of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Closet Keeper, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Cofferer of, expenses of, account of, 331; issues to, 1, 59, 64, 71, 101, 102, 118; memorial of, 55; office of, 105, 177; present provided by, 59. See also Bradford, Earl of; Godolphin, Earl of; Masham, Lord.
-, Comptroller of, petition referred to, 95.
-, debt to, 101, 576.
-, Dressers, Surveyor of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Drum Major, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, fenders for, 449.
-, Gentleman Usher Assistant, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 259, 469.
-, Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 259, 469.
-, Gentlemen Ushers Quarter Waiters, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Gentlemen and Yeomen Harbingers, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, grates for, 449.
-, Greencloth, Board of, 413, 596, 678; account of expenses in the Office of the Cofferer, 331; debt in, 576; issue to, 64; office of, at Hampton Court, 218, 451.
-, Groom Porter. See Archer, T.
-, Knight Harbinger, deputy. See Roche, P. la; fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469. See also Wright, R.
-, Lord Chamberlain, 5, 71.
-,-, certificates of, 285, 326, 478.
-,-, office of, 144; chairs and carpets for, 471; stationery for, 448.
-,-, warrants of, 472, 628.
-,-, See also Bolton, Duke of; Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Duke of.
-, Lord Steward. See Powlett, Earl.
-, Master Cook, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, necessary women in. See Chaddock, Catherine; Habberly, Alice; Peach, Sarah; Spencer, Jane.
-, Porters at the Gate, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Presence, Pages of the, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Privy Chamber, Gentlemen Ushers of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 259, 469; Grooms of, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 259, 469.
-, Serjeant Porter, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Serjeant Trumpeter and the Trumpeters, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, servants abovestairs, travelling charges of, 348.
-, Surveyor of the Ways, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, tables for, 449.
-, Vice Chamberlain of. See Cook, T.
-, wages, 105.
-, wines for, Customs of, 55.
-, Yeoman of the Mouth, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Yeomen Ushers, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.

ROYAL MEWS AND STABLES
-, Avery, Office of, clerk of. See Maybank, R.
-, Carriages, Yeoman of. See Manning, R.
-, Coachmen, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, contingencies, 5, 32, 86.
-, debt owing in, 69, 576.
-, Footmen, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, Gentleman of the Horse. See Negus, F.
-, goods for, 41.
-, Groom of, 599.
-, issues for, 42, 68, 86, 161, 322, 384, 493, 617.
-, King's Stud at Hampton Court, Keeper of. See Marshall, R.
-, Master of the Horse. See Somerset, Duke of.
-, officers of, 336.

Royal Palaces, houses, apartments or lodgings in, repairing or furnishing, 349; iron and brass locks for, 449, 609; repair of, contract for, 119.
-, named:
-,-, Hampton Court.
-,-, Kensington.
-,-, St. James's.
-,-, Westminster.
-,-, Whitehall.

Royal Parks named:
-, Bushey.
-, Hyde Park.
-, Richmond New Park.
-, St. James's Park.
-, Windsor Great Park.
-, Windsor Little Park.
-, Windsor Mote Park.

Rueda, Manuel de, corporal, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Ruel, Guilhaume de, pension for, 548.

Rum, imported, from France, Spain and the West Indies above proof, 523; reduction to proof of, 244, 540.

Rushworth, Ann, pension for, 548.

Russell, Charles, tenant of a messuage in London, 258.

-, Edward, Earl of Orford, Master of the Game about Newmarket, 471.

-, Rachel, Lady Russell, annuity granted to, 16, 214, 215.

-, Richard, boatman at Beaulieu, 376.

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

Russia (Muscovy), Czar of, boats for, 62.
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Norris, Sir J.
-, Ministers of, houses for, 348, 425, 449, 608.
-, Resident of, 4. See also Wesselowsky, .
-, Resident with. See Haldane, J.; Jefferys, J.

Rutland, county of, general woodward of woods, etc., in. See Warner, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Cooper, J.; Fancourt, W.; sheriff of. See Johnson, T.

Ruvigny, Seigneur de. See Massue, H. de.

Ryegate. See Reigate.

Ryland, Nicholas, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

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

-, John, transported to America, 592.

-, Philip, Serjeant at Arms, 283, 411, 579, 670.

-, Reginald, counterfeit orders on the 10l. Lottery anno 1711, 53, 59, 80, 345, 466.

Rymer's Fdera, 39.

Ryves, Richard, landwaiter in London, 508.