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Wade, Cuth[bert], ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

-, Eleanor, transported to America, 591.

-, [George], major general, Regiment of Foot of, 402, 626.

-, Mary, transported to America, 591.

-, William, tidesman, inferior list, in London, to be a noontender, 294.

Wadeson, —, payment to, 10.

Wafers, Dutch, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 471, 677.

Wager, Sir Charles, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, 305.

Waggot, Eliza[beth], pension for, 549.

Wainwright, Francis, bills of exchange payable to, 205.

-, Thomas, tidesman at Bridlington, 216.

Wait, Mrs., royal bounty for, 121.

Waiters. See Customs.

Wakefield, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, in London, to be removed to superior list, 294.

Waldegrave, Thomas, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Walden, co. Essex, 503.

Waldron, George, royal bounty for, 121.

Walef, Baron, Regiment of Dragoons of, 456.

Wales
-, Crown Lands Revenue, Auditor of, 117. See also Godolphin, S.
-,-, Receivers of, accounts of, 117, 659.
-, Judges of, 203, 267, 371, 376, 433, 640, 665.
-, George Augustus, Prince of, Amelia, daughter of, 568, 635.
-,-, Ann, daughter of, 568, 635, 677.
-,-, apartments, at Hampton Court, 294, 295; at St. James's Palace, 348.
-,-, Carolina, daughter of, 568, 635.
-,-, children of, Governess to. See Portland, Countess of; plate for, 647.
-,-, grant to, out of Crown Lands Revenues, 24, 659.

Wales, North, Receiver of Crown Lands Revenue. See Grainger, M.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Conway, E.; Lloyd, T.; Powell, C.

Wales, South, Receiver General of Taxes. See Phillips, J.

Walker, —, collector of Customs at Chepstow, 113.

-, Heneage, Chief Usher of the Exchequer Court, 267, 493, 653; allowance in lieu of diet, 267, 493, 653.

-, Richard, deputy to the Chief Clerk of the Mint, 19, 50.

-, Robert, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, 666.

-, -, Housekeeper of the King's house at Newmarket, 106. 280, 474, 613.

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

Walkling, Court, pension for, 549.

Wall, —, 216.

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

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

Wallace, Robert, tidewaiter at Inverness, 145.

Waller, John, of London, merchant, lost annuity order in the name of, 557.

-, -, Henry, son of, 557.

-, -, Richard, son of, 557.

-, Robert, lease of the site of St. Mary's Monastery, York, 242, 434.

-, William, weighing porter in London, 581.

Walley, Richard, recommended to be a tidesman at Liverpool, 46.

Wallingford, co. Berks, 431.

Wallington, Wellington, co. Surrey, hundred, 357.

Wallington, William, transported to America, 592.

Wallis, Mr. Justice, 460.

-, Chris[topher], petition for a Hackney Coach licence, 91.

Wallop, John, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 1, 5–8, 11–13, 17, 19, 21–23, 25, 27–32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 42–45, 47–49, 52, 56, 58, 60, 69, 70, 72–74, 76, 78, 79, 83, 85, 94, 96, 105–109, 112–114, 116–118, 121, 669; appointment as, 264; salary of, 279, 573, 666.

Walmesley, Gilbert, Comptroller of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1710, 29, 280.

Walpole, Galfridus, Treasurer of Greenwich Hospital, 63, 603, 618.

-, Horatio, Surveyor and Auditor General of the Plantations, 4, 18, 210, 332, 333, 527, 654; salary of, 112, 636.

-, -, senior, Customs Cashier, 243.

-, [Robert], Secretary at War, memorial referred to, 135.

-, Robert, Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 320.

-, -, Paymaster General of the Forces, 76, 436, 505.

-, -, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 76, 436.

Walsh, John, instrument maker, 448.

-, Walter, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

Walsham, co. Norfolk, hundred, 357.

Walshcroft Carrington, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Walter, —, attending the Treasury, 40.

-, Jane, pension for, 549.

-, Mary, pension of, 557.

Walters, Catherine, pension of, 557.

Waltham Forest, co. Essex, officers of, 286, 473.

Walton, John, tidesman in Liverpool, 140.

Wand, Sarah, transported to America, 591.

Wandesford, Eliza[beth], pension of, 557.

Wansborough, William, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Wapentakes. See Hundreds.

Waple, Thomas, 656.

Wapping, co. Middlesex, French Church at, pension for the minister of, 550; St. John's parish in, 516; schoolmaster at, pension for, 550.

War, in Spain, Commissioners for inspecting the affairs of, 182.

Warburton, John, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Ward, —, baker, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

-, Mr. Justice, 292.

-, Christopher, convicted for burglary, 141.

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

-, Laurence, tenant of land in Rosedale, 168.

-, Thomas, apprehended and convicted for felony, 434.

-, William, transported to America, 592.

WARDROBE, GREAT
-, arrears of, 359.
-, debt in, 104, 370, 572, 576, 597, 649.
-, expense of, limitation of, 535; yearly, account of, 67.
-, fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469.
-, issue to, 99.
-, lace and linen for, 597.
-, liveries delivered out of, 177, 194, 572.
-, Master of, 194, 535, 649; warrants to, 470, 472, 541, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677. See also Montagu, Duke of.
-, necessaries delivered out of, duty on, 330, 334.
-, robes and vestures delivered out of, 572; for the Chancellor of the Exchequer, 279, 574.
-, sheets, etc., delivered out of, 541.

WARDROBE, REMOVING
-, baskets, dust, for, 471.
-, books for, 677.
-, brushes, cloth, for, 677.
-, furniture removed from St. James's to Hampton Court, 347.
-, Groom or Page of. See Williams, T.
-, hammers, French, for, 471.
-, ink for, 677.
-, necessaries for, 673, 675.
-, needles, pack, for, 673.
-, pens for, 677.
-, sheets for, 675, 679.
-, standishes for, 677.
-, stationery for, 677.
-, stools for, 677.
-, tenterhooks for, 677.
-, thread, pack, for, 673.
-, trunk coffers for, 471.
-, whisks for, 677.
-, wrappers, canvas, for, 673.
-, yards, folding, for, 471.
-, Yeoman of. See Maynard, G.

Waring, [Ric], brigadier general, Regiment of Grenadier Guards of, 327, 340.

Warman, Thomas, transported to America, 592.

Warminster, co. Wilts, 357.

Warner, John, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, 315; general woodward of all woods, etc., in Northamptonshire and Rutland, 345.

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

Warr, Lord de la. See West, J.

Warren, Leonard, apprehended for felony, 359.

Warrender, Sir George, Feu Duty payable out of the lands of, 12, 227.

-, John, Feu Duty granted to, 13, 227.

Warrington, Earl of. See Booth, G.

Warton, Sir Michael, burgess for Beverley, 218, 242.

Warwick, county of, distributor of stamps. See Smith, J.; Withers, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Andrews, J.; Claridge, W.; Newsham, T.; Newsham, W.; sheriff of. See Lewis, E.; Mead, J.

Warwick, Michael, merchant, 540.

Washington, Richard, transported to America, 591.

Wastfield, Edward, tidesman, inferior list, in Bristol, 294.

Watches, seizure of, 106, 625.

Watchmen. See Customs.

Waterman, —, destruction of game in Windsor Forest, 384.

Watermen. See Customs.

Watermen's Company, 661.

Watkins, —, Secretary to the Duke of Ormonde, 485.

-, Mrs., royal bounty for, 121.

-, William, Keeper of the King's Roads and Guide of his Royal person in all his Progresses, 50, 60, 285, 321, 336, 478, 493, 560, 569.

Watlington, Isaac, of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 627.

Watmore, John, et al., merchants, 523, 540.

Watson (Wattson), Christopher, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, Edward, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, George, tenant of land in London, 257.

-, John, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, -, (Henry), sheriff of Sussex, 586.

-, Margaret, pension for, 549.

-, Thomas, lease of a cottage in Skelton, 167.

-, -, junior, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, William, pension for, 549.

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

Watts, Joseph, petition rejected, 40.

-, Richard, pension for, 549.

-, Thomas, weigher in London, 311.

-, William, riding officer at Hayburn Wyke, 293.

Wattson. See Watson.

Wax, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 471, 677.

Wayland, Weyland, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Waythorp, Sarah, alias Jane, apprehended for felony and burglary, 611.

Weaver, John, distributor of stamps in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, 501.

Weavers Company, Court of Assistants of, 197.

Webb (Web), —, destruction of game in Windsor Forest, 384.

-, -,regiment of, 69.

-, -, major, account of Gibraltar, 17.

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

-, Isaac, royal bounty for, 669.

-, John, Harbourer of the Royal Buckhounds, 364, 598.

-, Roger, Harbourer of the Royal Buckhounds, 364, 598.

Webber, Samuel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

Webster, Edward, underclerk in the Treasury, 283, 431, 579, 671.

-, John, Customs officer at Christchurch, 431, 508.

Wedderburn, [co. Berwick], 80.

Weddinghawsen, Jacob, merchant in Gothenburg, 216.

Weighers. See Customs.

Weir, John, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, 318.

Wekett (Weket), Anne, petition of, 36.

-, Waith, late deputy King's waiter in London, 49, 337.

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

-, -, junior, petition to be one of the four messengers of the Exchequer Receipt, 12.

Welby, Adlard, landwaiter in London, 293.

Weldon, Walker, Receiver General of Taxes for Kent, 443, 444, 660.

Well, Wells, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Wellings, Thomas, convicted for felony and burglary, 585.

Wellington, co. Somerset, 636.

-, co. Surrey. See Wellington.

Wellington, Thomas, damages in the Forest of Dean, 437.

Wells, co. Lincoln. See Well.

Wells, co. Somerset, landwaiters and searchers in, 610.

Wells, Benjamin, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

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

Welsh, James, chaplain, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

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

-, -, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Wem, Wemm, co. Salop, 237.

Wemys, David, Earl of Wemys, petition concerning salt debentures, 28, 217, 301.

-, Henry, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

-, Morris, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Wendham, Joseph, drawback debentures on cowries, 133.

Wentworth, —, 637.

-, the Hon. [Peter], present for, at the christening of the child of, 323.

-, Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Farmer of Post Fines, 285.

Werden, George, pension for, 549.

Werndley, Henry, clerk, pension for, 550.

Wessell, Leonard, lease of a farm in Eton, 607.

Wesselowsky, —, Resident of the Czar of Russia. 62.

West, Anne, transported to America, 591.

-, -,See also Ratley, Anne.

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

-, John, Lord de la Warr (Delaware, Delawarr), pension for, 7, 177, 545.

-, Richard, King's Counsel, to advise the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 45, 72, 75, 441, 531.

-, See also Meeth.

West Indies, brandy imported above proof from, 523; Forces going to, 190; packet boats, 467; rum imported above proof from, 523.

Westbeech (Westbuch), Michael, boatman at Deal, 98, 567, 641.

Westby, —, petition of, 98.

-, Nicholas, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

Westcombe, -, Agent of the Royal Regiment of Foot, 161.

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

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

Western, Maximilian, sheriff of Cambridgeshire, 435.

Western Circuit, Judge of Assize of. See Hanbury, T.

Westfaling, Charles, undersearcher or patent searcher of London, 43, 294, 332.

WESTMINSTER
-, Abbey—
-, almsmen, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447; black cloth for, 447.
-, Beadle of the Sanctuary, black cloth for, for the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, bearers, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, bellringers, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, Chanter, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446; gown and hood for, 447.
-, Choir, Gentlemen of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, choristers, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446; Master of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Dean of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446; gown, cassock and hood for, 447. See also Atterbury, F.
-, Dean and Chapter of, 22, 73; annuity for the French ministers in the Savoy, 426; royal bounty towards rebuilding the College for the King's scholars, 117, 657.
-, fabric, payment for, for the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, grave maker or opener of the vault, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, King's Scholars, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Minister officiating at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Organist, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Porter, black cloth for, for the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, Prebendaries, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Receiver, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Register of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, repairing and finishing (as by 9 Anne, c. 17, and 10 Anne, c. 20), 47, 312; Treasurer, Receiver and Paymaster of the moneys for. See Batley, C.
-, Sacrists, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, Schoolmaster, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Sub-Dean, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446; gown and hood for, 447.
-, Surveyor of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, Usher, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 446.
-, Vergers, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447; black cloth for, 447.
-, Works, Clerk of, fee for attendance at the funeral of Queen Anne, 447.
-, churchwardens of, pension for, 551.
-, land in, lease of, 108.
-, Palace, Housekeeper at, 347; payment for looking after the Court erected in Westminster Hall, 347, 448. See also Incledon, J.
-,-, privy seal dated, 501, 602.
-,-, royal letters patent dated, 680.
-, trial of the Rebels from Lancashire at, 140.
-, works at, 370, 568.

Westmorland, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Baines, J.; Brougham, J.; Brougham, T.; sheriff of. See Thanet, Earl of.

Westmorland, Earl of. See Fane, T.

Weston, George, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, Henry, Secretary to the Post Office, 36, 53, 308.

-, John, boatman at Cockbush, to be boatman at Poole, 101, 567.

-, -, royal bounty for, 121.

Weyland. See Wayland.

Weymouth, co. Dorset, 468, 577; collector of Customs. See Taylor, P.; tidesmen and boatmen in, 612.

Whale fins, duties on. See Customs—duties.

Whaley, Winifred, pension for, 549.

Wharton, Edward, Receiver of the licences of Hackney Coaches and Chairs, 93, 95, 499.

-, Philip, Duke of Wharton, recommendation by, 84.

-, Thomas, merchant, 244.

-, -, merchant, 245.

-, -, Earl of Wharton, Regiment of Dragoons of, 389, 394.

Wheat, 227.

Wheate, Sir Thomas, Storekeeper of the Ordnance, 290.

Wheaton. See Whiston.

Wheeler, Richard, apprehended for felony and burglary, 196.

Wheelock, Bryan, Deputy Secretary or chief clerk to the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 426.

Whetham, [Thomas], major general, 21, 482; Regiment of Foot of, 106, 538.

Whichcoate, George, pension for, 549.

Whisks, for the Office of the Removing Wardrobe, 677.

Whiston (Wheaton), William, allowance of gunpowder for preservation of ships near Sicily, 12, 168, 194.

Whitaker, Edward, Second Justice of cos. Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, 267, 371, 433, 640.

-, William, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 393.

Whitby, Thomas, sheriff of Staffordshire, 605.

Whitchurch, co. Salop, 237.

Whitcombe, Samuel, sheriff of Dorset, 604.

White, —, captain, merchant, 540.

-, Elizabeth, lease of messuages in St. Giles in the Fields, London, 613.

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

-, -, transported to America, 592.

-, Margaret, royal bounty for, 121.

-, Martha, lease of messuages in St. Giles in the Fields, London, 613.

-, alias Cass, Mary, transported to America, 591.

-, Philip, landwaiter in London, 507.

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

-, Susanna, petition for pension, 88.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Ordnance, 259.

-, -, lease of messuages in St. Giles in the Fields, London, 613.

White Mead Park. See Dean, Forest of.

Whitefeild, co. Perth, 563.

Whitehall, Lancelot, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 203.

-, -, tidesurveyor at North Berwick, 140.

Whitehaugh, co. Aberdeen, 383.

Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, 602; tidesmen in, 338, 581; tidewaiters at, 53, 55, 105; waiters and searchers at, 641.

Whitehead, Joseph, Clerk of the Hanaper in Chancery, 613.

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

-, William, bailiff of St. Mary's Monastery, York, collector of the rents, Keeper of the House of Evidence and Clerk of the Courts, 148.

Whiteing, —, apprehended for coining, 292.

Whiteman, [Joseph], major general, Commander in Chief of the Forces in Scotland, 161.

Whitfield, [Walter], Paymaster of Marines, executors of, 195.

Whitley Ridge Lodge. See New Forest.

Whittingham, —, Receiver General of Taxes for Lincolnshire, 33, 65, 308, 333.

Whittle, Ann, pension for, 549.

-, John, clerk, pension for, 549.

-, Mary, pension of, 557.

-, Samuel, transported to America, 591.

Whittlewood Forest, co. Northampton, repairs in, 66, 413; Warden of. See Grafton, Duke of; woodward of. See Newton, T.; Warner, J.

Whitwick, Thomas, Portcullis Pursuivant, 289.

Whitworth, Charles, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Prussia, 138, 367; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General, 362, 367, 518.

Whotley, Drew, royal bounty for, 259.

Wibery, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms to the House of Commons, 151.

Wickham, White, King's waiter in London, 55, 338, 350, 508.

-, William, merchant, 245.

Widdrington, William, Lord Widdrington, forfeited estate of, 105, 596.

Widgeon, George, See Veale.

Wight, Isle of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Hooker, E.; Popham, J.; troops transported from Ireland to, 42, 43, 320.

Wight, Richard, chaplain, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

-, Thomas, cornet, half pay of, 94.

Wightman, Robert, et al., exportation of fish from Scotland, 311.

Wilcox, Edward, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, 373, 664.

Wild (Wilde), Henry, merchant, 245.

-, Jonathan, payment to, for convicting a felon, 595.

-, Joseph, landwaiter in Barnstaple, 100, 567.

Wildbore, Mark, lands in Carlisle, 482.

Wilde. See Wild.

Wilding, Thomas, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 196.

Wilkinson, Ann, pension for, 549.

-, Charles, Receiver General of Taxes for Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland, city of York and Kingston upon Hull, 56, 66, 144, 145, 355.

-, Eliza[beth], pension for, 549.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland, city of York and Kingston upon Hull, 56, 66, 144, 145, 355.

-, William, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 604.

Willes. See Wills.

William, Prince, Regiment of Foot of, 486–488.

William III, pensions for witnesses in the assassination plot against, 550.

William and Mary, grants by, 242, 434.

Williams, —, apprehended for coining, 292.

-, -, employment in the Customs, 9.

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

-, Edward, convicted for felony, 478.

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

-, Evan, lease of a tenement at Richmond, 317.

-, Francis, convicted for robbery, 141.

-, John, a Commissioner for the duties on Hides and Skins, Vellum and Parchment, 379, 512.

-, -, a Commissioner of Taxes, 243, 599, 600, 678.

-, -, payment for candles for the Post Office, 467.

-, -, royal bounty for, 48, 329.

-, -, tidesurveyor at Dover, 625.

-, -, transported to America, 591.

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

-, Jonathan, tidesurveyor at Deal, 114, 640.

-, Nehemiah, waiter and searcher at Newport, 180.

-, Oliver, tidesman at Appledore, 216.

-, Philip, tidesman, inferior list, to be tidesman, superior list, at Bristol, 180.

-, Rice, waiter and searcher at Carnarvon, 376.

-, Richard, surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

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

-, Thomas, Groom or Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 347, 424.

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

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

-, See also Seagar.

Williamson, Ralph, Receiver General of Taxes for Yorkshire, 443.

-, Thomas, tenant of land in Rosedale, 167.

Willington, Benj[ami]n, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

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

Willis, F., captain of the Deal Castle, 26, 55.

-, Francis, payment for good and faithful services, 363.

-, James, an attorney at law, 410.

-, Richard, bishop of Gloucester, 306.

Willoughby, Hugh, 15th Lord Willoughby of Parham, Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677; pension for, 550.

-, Mary, transported to America, 592.

Wills (Willes), —, landwaiter in Barnstaple, 567.

-, [Charles], general, case concerning Mr. Peters' debt, 54, 56, 58, 61; Marine Regiment of, 23.

-, Edward, M.A., salary for deciphering, 52, 319, 599.

-, John, King's Counsel, 420.

Willson. See Wilson.

Wilmer, William, boatman at Cockbush, 216.

Wilson (Willson), Anthony, waiter and searcher at Craster, 641.

-, Arch[ibal]d, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

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

-, Joseph, merchant, 540.

-, -, merchant, 540.

-, Mary, transported to America, 591.

-, Samuel, merchant, 244.

-, -, tenant of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, Thomas, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, Walter, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 196.

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

Wilts, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Baxter, A.; Flower, H.; Lanham, R.; Phipps, T.; sheriff of. See Bennett, T.; Petty, G. S.

Wimble, John, apprehended for felony and burglary, 196.

Wincanton, co. Somerset, 636.

Winchester, co. Southampton, Assizes at, 204; works at, 370, 568.

Winchester, Marquess of. See Powlett, C.

Winchleigh. See Winkleigh.

Winckfeild. See Winkfield.

Windhyll Banks. See Lanercost.

Windows, duties on. See Houses.

Windsor, co. Berks, Corporation of, pension for, 551.
-, Dean and Chapter of, fees for, 327; pension for, 551.
-, lands at, taxes on, 643.
-, Poor Knights of, 32.
-, schoolmaster at, pension for, 550.

Windsor Castle, Constable of. See Cobham, Lord.
-, furniture for the Queen at, 673.
-, Garter Installations at, 608.
-, Guard Houses or Barracks at, 573.
-, Swainmote Courts at, 51, 478.
-, walnut tree “inlade” work for St. James's, 471.
-, Wardrobekeeper at. See Hall, T.
-, watering engine at, 64.
-, works at, 370, 568; Master Plumber. See Roberts, J.; officers of, allowances of, 565; Paymaster of. See Roberts, W.

Windsor Forest
-, Bagshot, gamekeeper of, 649; Keepers of. See Knight, A.; Normand, E.
-, Bagshot Rails, deer in, hay for, 649; Ranger of, 649; underkeeper of, 649.
-, Battles Bailiwick, bailiff of, 649.
-, Bear Wood, underkeeper of, 649.
-, Billing Bear, underkeeper of, 649.
-, Braywood, 375.
-, Cranborne Chase, deer in, hay for, 283, 307, 650; underkeepers of, 283, 307, 323, 649, 650.
-, deer in, barn to preserve fodder for, 338; hay for, 649; red and fallow, 7, 201.
-, Easthamsted Walk, underkeeper of, 649.
-, enclosing and fencing part of, 166, 197, 203.
-, Finchampstead, Fenchamsted Walk, Finchamsted Bailiwick, 165, 203; bailiff of, 649.
-, game in, destruction of, 384.
-, gamekeepers of, 283, 308, 649.
-, guns in, seizure of, 69, 384.
-, Keepers of, allowances of, 112, 283, 308, 316, 599, 649.
-, Lieutenant of, 649.
-, Linchford, underkeeper of, 649.
-, Lowens Lodge, 288.
-, New Lodge Walk, hay for the deer at, 73, 77, 433, 457; housekeeper of, 649; Keeper of. See Lowen, W.; repairs at, 288; underkeeper of, 649.
-, Out Ranger of. See Onslow, Lord; Onslow, D.
-, Riding Forester of, 649.
-, Sandhurst Walk, deer in, hay for, 649; Ranger of, 649; underkeeper of, 649.
-, Shrubb Hill, gamekeeper of, 649.
-, Stag Hounds, Chief Huntsman of, 165.
-, stags and hinds presented by the Duke of Marlborough for, 165, 197, 203.
-, Sunninghill Walk, underkeeper of, 649.
-, Swinley Lodge, Swinley Rail, 60, 165, 203, 338, 375; Keeper of, 649; underkeeper of, 649.
-, underkeepers in, 649; petition for hunting fees, 77, 445.
-, Vermin Killer, 649.
-, Warden of See Cobham, Lord.
-, Woodward of, 649.

Windsor Great Park, Bishops Gate, 561.
-, deer in, hay for, 467, 566, 667.
-, Franks Lodge, 247.
-, gatekeepers of, 467, 566, 667.
-, Great Avenue, 561.
-, Great Lodge, 561.
-, Keepers' lodges, etc., repair of, 247.
-, lands laid into, 114, 408, 550, 643.
-, Long Walk, 247.
-, officers of, 467, 566, 667.
-, Ranger and Keeper of. See Marlborough, Duchess of; trustees for. See Craggs, J.; Edwards, S.; Hodges, C.
-, Sand Pit Gate, 561.
-, underkeepers of, 467, 566, 667.
-, works and repairs in, 247.

Windsor Herald. See Mauduit, P.

Windsor Little Park or House Park, deer in, hay for, 435.
-, Deputy Ranger of. See Godolphin, Earl of.
-, hay in, making, 365.
-, Keepers of, allowance to, 59.
-, lands laid into, 114, 550, 643.
-, moles in, killing, 365.
-, repairs in, 60, 375, 577.
-, underkeepers of, 365.

Windsor Mote Park, rent of, 66, 408; tithes in, 441.

Windsor, New, 441; Church and poor of, pension for, 550; gamekeeper of, 649.

Windsor, Old, gamekeeper of, 649; underkeeper of, 649; Vicar of, pension for, 550.

Windsor, [Andrews], brigadier, Regiment of Foot of, 392, 630, 645.

-, D., certificate by, 273.

-, Thomas, Viscount Windsor, Regiment of Horse of, 388, 393.

Wine Bridge. See Winnibriggs.

Wine Licences, accounts of, 515, 597; Commissioners of, 515, 597; rent, abatement of, 91.

Wines, duties on. See Customs—duties.
-, for the King, 27, 551.
-, for the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, etc., of London, duty on, 412.
-, for the Navy, 101, 572.
-, French, 1, 124, 348; duty on. See Customs—duties; from Holland, condemnation of, 445, 480, 483; running of, 431.
-, gallon, reward for finding out the contents of, 570.
-, importation of, Customs free, for the Resident of the Czar of Muscovy, 3.
-, tasters. See Customs.
-, See also Ireland.

Wingfield, George, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

-, Thomas, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Winkfield, Winckfeild, co. Berks, 643.

Winkleigh, Winchleigh, North and South, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Winn, Winne. See Wynne.

Winnibriggs and Threo, Winebridge and Theo, co. Lincoln, hundred, 356.

Winspeare, William, sheriff of Kingston upon Hull, 197.

Winstanley, Eliza[beth], pension for, 549.

Winter, Robert, mate of the Customs smack at Ilfracombe, 430.

Winteringham, John, Petty Constable of Leeds, 147.

-, Thomas, fine on, 40, 320.

Winton, Earl of. See Seton, G.

Wire, duties on. See Customs—duties; Scotland—Excise, duties, on starch.

Wirtemberg. See Wurtemberg.

Wisbech, Isle of Ely, collector of, 109.

Wisdom, Thomas, landwaiter in London, 508, 558.

-, -, an owler, conviction of, 290.

Wise, Edward, lease of a farm in Eton, 107, 607.

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

Witheridge, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Withers, Jeremiah, distributor of stamps in Warwickshire and Coventry, 501, 612.

-, Thomas, clerk to the Clerk of the Pells, 290.

-, William. See Harris, W.

Wittewronge, Sir John, Regiment of Foot of, 391, 398, 537.

Woking, co. Surrey, hundred, 357.

Wolfe, Walter, captain lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

Wolfenbuttel, Duke of, subsidy to, 71; treaty with, 333; troops of, pay of, 310, 333.

Wolfhill, Woollfhill, Easter and Wester, co. Perth, 563.

Wolmer Forest. See Woolmer.

Wolseley (Woolsley), [James], brigadier, Regiment of Horse of, 385.

-, Richard, captain, half pay allowance for, 28, 88, 530.

-, William, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 393, 397.

Wolters, Didrick, junior, pension for, 549.

Wonford, East and West, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

-, South, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Wood, —, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

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

-, [Cornelius], Regiment of [Dragoons of], 142.

-, Joan, transported to America, 591.

-, Johannah, apprehended for counterfeiting, 186.

-, John, apprehended for burglary, 186.

-, -, apprehended for burglary, 359.

-, -, recommended for a Hackney Coach licence, 113, 636.

-, -, transported to America, 591.

-, Richard, Attorney of the Exchequer Court, Scotland, 136.

-, -, transported to America, 591.

-, Robert, landwaiter and coastwaiter at Poulton, 611.

-, -, landwaiter in London, 508.

-, William, copper for the new coinage of halfpence and farthings, 17, 77, 454.

-, -, payment to, 52.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for Shropshire, 57, 62, 358, 495.

Woodcock, Thomas, Commissioner for the Duty on Salt, 221.

-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for Worcestershire, 444.

Woodend, co. Perth, 563.

Woodeson, Edmd., one of the Children of the Chapel Royal, 608.

Woodfidley Enclosure. See New Forest.

Woodgate, John, waterman at Gravesend, 430.

-, -, John, son of, waterman at Gravesend, 80, 430.

Woodhead, co. Perth, 563.

Woodrow, John, Salt Duty watchman at Prestonpans, 527.

WOODS AND FORESTS
-, in America. See America. officers of, 373.
-, repairs in, 15, 22, 23, 25, 34, 60, 66, 225, 288, 373, 375, 409, 413, 577.
-, Surveyor General of, 60, 74, 165; deputy to. See Barton, J.; memorials referred to, 7, 22, 23, 51, 60, 66; petition referred to, 20; reports of, 15, 25, 34, 60, 89, 118, 204, 218. See also Hewitt, [T.]; Wilcox, [E.]; Young, E.
-, timber and trees, for the King, 15; for the Navy, 373; for repair of bridges and pounds, 118, 614.
-, wood sales, 288. 375.
-, named:
-,-, Alice Holt Forest.
-,-, Braydon Forest.
-,-, Dean, Forest of.
-,-, Epping Forest.
-,-, Gillingham Forest.
-,-, New Forest.
-,-, Rockingham Forest.
-,-, Salcey Forest.
-,-, Sherwood Forest.
-,-, Waltham Forest.
-,-, Whittlewood Forest.
-,-, Windsor Forest.
-,-, Woolmer Forest.

Woodstock, co. Oxford, 165, 203.

Woodward, Daniel, apprehended and convicted for felony and highway robbery, 606.

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

Woodyer, Mary, lease of the Custom House Coffee House in Dublin, 472.

Wool, exported to France, fines for, 569; prevention of, 35, 296, 439, 500.
-, woollen cloths, duty of 5s. per piece on (as by 9 Anne, c. 6), 261, 461, 464, 650.

Wooley. See Woolley.

Woollaston, Richard, Receiver General of Taxes for Hertfordshire, 443, 465.

Woolley (Wooley), Adam, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 491.

-, Thomas, Secretary to the East India Company, 18, 499.

Woollfhill, Easter and Wester. See Wolfhill.

Woolmer, Wolmer, Forest, co. Southampton, Keepers of, 235; Lieutenant or Keeper of, 234.

Woolsley. See Wolseley.

Woolstone, James, arrested for burglary, 569.

Woolwich, co. Kent, Navy Yard at, issue for, 84, 477; workmen at, wages of, 527.

Wooton, —, letter concerning, 22.

Wootton. See Wotton.

Worcester, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Baker, N.; Longden, R.; Sparry, J.; Woodcock, T.; sheriff of. See Amphlett, W.; Perrott, J.; undersheriff of. See Mence, R.

Worcester, Marquess of. See Somerset, C.

WORKS, BOARD OF, 44, 64, 102, 214, 218, 576.
-, account of expenses in the Office of the Cofferer, 331.
-, allowances, 370, 568.
-, appointments in, warrant for vacating, 633.
-, artificers of, 121.
-, Bushey Park. See Bushey Park.
-, Charing Cross Mews. See London—Charing Cross Mews.
-, Chief Carpenter. See Barker, —; Churchill, J.
-, Chief Clerk of. See Campbell, C.; Mercer, J.
-, Clerk Engrosser of. See Mercer, J.
-, Commissioners of, 149.
-, Comptroller of. See Vanbrugh, Sir J.
-, constitution of, 535.
-, contract for service of, 646.
-, debt in, 568, 576.
-, Denmark House. See London—Denmark House.
-, dissolution of, 535.
-, estimates from, 67, 71, 226, 540, 561.
-, expense, yearly, account of, 67; regulation and limitation of, 534.
-, Hampton Court. See Hampton Court.
-, Hyde Park. See London—Hyde Park.
-, instructions to, 67.
-, Joiner of, 65.
-, Kensington Gardens and House. See London—Kensington.
-, drainage, at Kingston, 149.
-, letter referred to, 14.
-, Master Bricklayer, contract for repairs, 118, 119, 120, 662, 663. See also Hughes, T.
-, Master Carpenter, contract for repairs, 118, 119, 120, 662, 663.
-, Master Carver. See Gibbons, G.
-, Master Glazier. See Ireland, J.
-, Master Joiner. See Hopson, J.; Smallwell, J.
-, Master Mason, contract for repairs, 118, 119, 120, 662. See also Jackson, —; Mason, B.
-, Master Plasterer. See Lance, D.
-, memorial from, 65, 414.
-, Newmarket. See Newmarket.
-, officers of, 149, 435, 655; allowances of, 565; fees and salaries, 476.
-, offices in, revocation of appointments to, 97, 564.
-, patent officers, 121.
-, Paymaster of, accounts of, 565; issues to, 99, 102. See also Dartiquenave, C.
-, petition of, 60.
-, petitions referred to, 21, 72, 93, 236, 418, 558.
-, Portland. See Portland.
-, [Principal] Officers of, 92, 227, 349, 530.
-, Purveyor to, 65. See also Hopson, J.; Moore, J.
-, repairs, 419, 540; contract for, 119, 662, 669; to Guard Houses, 66, 98, 324, 612.
-, reports of, 7, 22, 41, 60, 66, 70, 78, 98, 375, 409, 451, 494, 540.
-, St. James's Palace. See London—St. James's Palace.
-, Savoy. See London—Savoy.
-, Serjeant Painter. See Highmore, T.
-, Serjeant Plumber. See Roberts, J.
-, Somerset House. See London—Somerset House.
-, Surveyor General of, 101, 119; appointment of, 322; report of, 81; to attend the Treasury, 82. See also Benson, W.; Denham, J.; Jones, I.; Wren, Sir C.
-, Tower. See London—Tower.
-, warrants to, 414, 451, 540.
-, Westminster. See Westminster.
-, Whitehall. See London—Whitehall.
-, Winchester. See Winchester.
-, Windsor. See Windsor.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Worrell, Edward, tidesman and boatman at Dover, 640.

Worseley (Worsley), Henry, pension of, 69.

-, -, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 139, 367, 518.

Wortley, —, Ambassador to Constantinople, 114.

Wotton, Wootton, co. Surrey, hundred, 357.

Wotton, Henry, payment for apprehending and convicting a burglar, 442.

Wraggoe, Wraggee, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Wrappers, canvas, for the Office of, the Removing Wardrobe, 673.

Wren, Sir Christopher, Surveyor General of the Works, 284, 322, 633, 648.

-, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 121.

Wright, Eliz. See Storey.

-, John, convicted for burglary, 141.

-, -, riding surveyor at Scill Wall, 209.

-, -, junior, bill payable to, 276.

-, Joseph, junior, bill payable to, 276.

-, Mary, transported to America, 591.

-, Richard, Knight Harbinger, 289, 477.

-, Sarah, pension of, 557.

-, William, Chief Justice of cos. Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor, 267, 371, 433, 640.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Wrightson, Albros., quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Wroth, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Essex, 45, 311, 443.

-, -, Eliz[abeth] (Mary), widow of, 41, 45, 311.

-, [Robert], major general, of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 89, 507, 543.

Wroughton, Teresa, pension of, 557.

Wurtemberg, Wurtemberg, Wurtenberg, Duchy of, 549; transportation to Rotterdam of poor foreigners of, 20, 165.

Wyatt (Wyat), Andrew, tidesman in London, to be surveyor at Erith, 40, 293.

-, William, underclerk in the Treasury, 11, 12, 13, 283, 431, 579, 671.

Wybergh (Wyberg), —, Mrs., report relating to, 65, 73.

-, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, salary and board wages of, 95, 506.

Wyche, Cyril, Resident with the Hanse Towns, 139, 368, 517.

Wye, Mossom, royal bounty for, 20, 26, 99, 565.

Wyndham, Dame Anne, 289, 476.

-, -, Frances, daughter of, pension of, 289, 476.

-, Sir Francis, colonel, heirs of, yearly payment to, 301, 481, 680.

Wynne (Winn, Winne, Wynn), Edward, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

-, Griffith, sheriff of Merioneth, 605.

-, John, sutler in the Marshalsea, 373.

-, Morris, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, William, petition of, 377.

-, -, sheriff of Carnarvonshire, 605.

-, -, Standard Bearer of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Wyvill, Francis, Receiver General of Taxes for Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland, 86, 443, 444.

-, -, Frances, administratrix of, 86, 443, 444, 482.