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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 5, 1676-1679. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.

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C

Cabinet Council
-, see Privy Council.

Cabo Corso
-, see Cape Coast Castle.

Cadiz
-, 147, 356, 382, 412, 592, 1036, 1113, 1118, 1130-1
-, Agent at
-, see Ambassadors.

Cadogan, Katherine, quaker, 1257.

Caerveth, Hen., Navy till, 1201.

Calais (France), 170, 347, 397, 593, 596, 640, 651, 673, 772, 774, 785, 822, 913, 961, 964, 973, 1174.

Calbeck, Robert, weighing porter, London, 1102, 1465.

Calcote, Arthur (bond), 1194.

Caldecott (co. Rutland), 616, 953, 1098.

Calf skins
-, see Hides.

Calfe, Mr. (Earl of Norwich's will), 400.

Calico, 112, 367, 710, 780.

Callender
-, Archibald, doorkeeper of the House of Lords, 222 726, 1170
-, for Union Commissioners, 527, 622.

Callister, Thomas (Isle of Man), 743.

Calthrope, Lady, relict of Sir Lestrange Calthrope, 1369.

-, Sir Lestrange, Sergeant at Law, 1369.

Calverley [Sir] Henry, Justice of the Peace, Yorks, 417.

-, William, Justice of the Peace, Yorks, 417.

Calvert (Calverd), Cecil, 2nd Lord Baltimore, 356.

-, Charles, 3rd Lord Baltimore, 356
-, formerly Plantation duty Collector, Maryland, 356, 373.

-, Felix, Excise farmer, 532, 536, 830, 903, 1178, 1250.

-, Peter (law farm), 9, 115, 512-3, 1404
-, Excise farm, 143.

Calvin, Mr., cloth from Scotland, 526.

Camborne (Dorset), 1005.

Cambric, 1015.

Cambridge
-, Duke of
-, see Stewart, C.

Cambridge town, 679.

-, county, 167, 283, 298, 580, 594, 616, 1364, 1470.

-, -, quakers, 1256.

-, -, receivers of Crown revenues
-, see Cawood, T., Dering, E., Duckett, T., Smith, John.

-, -, receiver of Assessments
-, see King, S.

-, -, sheriffs, 679, 1030.

-, University, Emmanuel College, 448, 449
-, perpetuity, 697, 1147, 1421.

- -, Henry VII, perpetuity to, 1017.

- -, King's College, impost wines to the Provost and fellows, 150, 365.

- -, Professor of Law
-, see Bord, Dr.

- -, Lady Margaret, perpetuity for a preacher, 173, 804, 931, 1017
-, Margaret Professor, 1456.

-, -, Professor of Physic
-, see Brady, R.

-, -, perpetuity for Theological lecture, 1017.

Cameralo, 772.

Camerton (in Boyton), co. Cornwall, 576.

Camlets, 1148.

Campaign
-, see Flanders.

Campden
-, Lady
-, see Noel, Eliz.

-, Viscount
-, see Noel, B.

Campion, John, senr., 392.

-, Joseph, Customs officer, 879.

Campton cum Sheppard (co. Beds), manor, 324.

Camworth, Lady, 1409.

Canaples, Monsieur de, 652, 1424.

Canaries
-, (the), 567, 619, 1131
-, prohibition of trade to, 153
-, wines
-, see Wines.

Canbury (? Surrey), 1085.

Canham
-, John, law duty farm, 566, 578, 600, 624, 634, 749-50, 928
-, receiver general, law duty, 634, 1421, 1422.

-, Mr., hemp for the Navy, 1410.

Cann, Richard, clerk of fines, Ludlow, 1045, 1460.

-, Sir Robert, of Bristol, 927, 963, 1452.

Canning, Capt. (navy), 506.

Canterbury (co. Kent), 616, 1248.

-, All Saints parish, 126.

-, Archbishop of
-, see Sancroft, W.
-, Sheldon, G.
-, 306
-, First Fruits, 1452.

-, Assessments, receiver of
-, see Rooke, W.

-, Prerogative Court, 400, 517, 681, 717.

-, St. Lawrence, 951.

-, St. Paul's parish, 126, 951.

-, sheriff, 250.

-, Walloon Congregation, weavers' charter, 102.

Canvey Island (Essex), 309.

Cape Coast Castle (Cabo Corso), 776.

- Bon Esperance (Africa), 396.

-, Lopez (Africa), 397.

Capeling (Capelin, Capelyn), John, yeoman of the field to the King, 1282.

-, Peter, deputy King's waiter, London, 1291.

Capell
-, Arthur, twenty first earl of Essex, 28, 116
-, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 103, 115, 130,138, 219, 471-2, 476, 477, 479, 494, 495-6, 507, 619, 621, 651, 677, 721, 759, 768, 778, 792, 797-8, 807, 835, 837, 882-3, 884-5, 891-2, 985, 1071, 1100, 1287, 1411.

-, Eleanor (husband killed at Seale), 632.

-, (Caple), Henry, residing at Tripoli as Consul, 460-1.

-, Mr., tenant, fee farms, 374.

Capias pro fine, grant of collection of, 440-1, 993-4, 1164, 1349.

Captives
-, see Algiers, Barbary, Slaves, Tripoli.

Carbery
-, Earl of
-, see Vaughan, R.

Carbonnell
-, William, merchant, 758
-, French money, 1317, 1318, 1319, 1320, 1321.

Cardiff (Glamorgan), 407, 646, 650.

Cardigan
-, Earl of
-, see Brudenell, R.

Cardigan, town, 530.

-, county, 527, 534, 1021, 1458.

-, -, company of mines royal, 235.

-, -, receiver of Assessments
-, see Stradling, M.

Cardonell, Adam de, Customer of Southampton port, 113, 208, 648, 1361.

Cardrow, James, clerk of Irons, etc., in trust for W. Evans, 820, 1446.

Carew (and see Carey), Henry, teller of the Receipt, 110, 1308.

-, Mr., Surveyor at the Pill, 1364.

-, Sir Thomas, father of Henry, 110
-, surety of J. Northcote, 1096.

Carey, Cary, Carye (and see Carew), Abel, doorkeeper of the House of Commons, 1339, 1352.

-, Abel, son of Abel, doorkeeper of the House of Commons, 1352.

-, Anthony, Viscount of Falkland, 981
-, pension, 72, 149, 163, 308, 358, 460, 775, 938, 942, 1082, 1089, 1427, 1450, 1460.

-, Eliz., wife of Robert, first earl of Monmouth, 1298.

-, Henry, second earl of Monmouth, 1297.

-, Sir Henry, 1327.

-, John, second Earl of Dover, 1325.

-, John, page of honour to the Queen, 391, 401, 222, 609, 716, 766, 889, 928, 1059, 1111, 1418, 1431.

-, John, keeper of Maribone Park, 443, 720, 1433
-, of Woodstock, Oxford (lands St. James's Park), 613, 1325
-, trustee for the earl of Lichfield, 1094.

-, -, falconer, 130, 148.

-, -, repairs, New Forest, 1393.

-, Sir John, ranger of Woodstock Park for the Earl and Countess of Lichfield, 226.

-, Robert, first earl of Monmouth, 1298.

-, -, 6th lord Hunsdon, pension, 794, 1429, 1452.

-, Simone
-, see Skelton, S.

Carham (Berwick port), 954.

Caribbee
-, see Leeward.

Carleton
-, (Charleton), Guy, bishop of Bristol
-, bishop of Chichester, 1235, 1295.

-, Mathew, surety of R. Dereham, 998.

-, Nicholas, grant of Denham's buildings, 1021, 1270.

-, Peter, 1331.

Carline, Monsieur, in the retinue of the Prince of Mecklenburg, 225, 726, 877, 1104, 1465.

Carlingford
-, Earl of
-, see Taaffe, T.

Carlisle
-, Earl of
-, see Howard, C.

Carlisle
-, Joane, petition, 18, 394
-, pension, 582, 730, 822, 930, 1043, 1061, 1415, 1434, 1441
-, pension to her husband, 1365.

Carlisle (co. Cumberland), 616, 1098.

-, bishopric, tenths, 1281.

-, castle, governor of
-, see Musgrave, Sir P.

-, cathedral church, prebendary, 617, 950.

-, port, 526, 587, 793, 896, 1020, 1037, 1175.

Carlton (co. Lincoln), 514.

Carmarthen county, 526, 534, 1021, 1458.

-, receiver of Assessments
-, see Stradling, M.

Carnaby
-, Thomas, inquisition, 744
-, surety of J. Basiere, 950.

Carnarvon
-, Earl of
-, see Dormer, C.

Carnarvon county, original seal and prefines, 736.

-, receiver of Assessments
-, see Whitley, R.

Carnedon Prior (Cornwall), 664.

Carnegie, Alexander, collector, Rochester port, 626.

Carolina, Customs disorders at, 1000.

-, papers of
-, see Books.

-, Plantation duty officers, 373, 1093, 1119, 1266, 1371.

-, Proprietors, 851, 1093.

Carpenter, Francis, Navigation Act searcher, 818, 1178.

-, Robert, collector of water bailliage duty, 1233, 1268.

-, Thomas, watchman, London, 1211
-, waiter, Bristol, 1297
-, tenant of fee farm, 378
-, searcher, Gravesend, 536, 703, 1172, 1458, 1460, 1469
-, a King's waiter, 1020, 1298, 1343, 1419, 1445, 1450.

-, William, deputy King's waiter, 612.

Carpenter's Company
-, 454
-, and see London.

Carpets, imports, 207, 312, 535.

Carr (Carre), Andrew, tidesman, Newcastle, 530.

-, Cuthbert, commissioner, Newcastle, for admeasuring coal keels, 1205.

-, Edward, shipmaster, 754
-, Commissioner, Newcastle, for admeasuring coal keels, 1205.

-, Col. Francis, 7, 30
-, royal bounty to 176, 305.

-, Mr., promise of pension on Irish establishment, 398, 503.

- (Car), Ralph, mayor of Newcastle, 725.

-, Sir Ralph, commissioner, Newcastle, for admeasuring coal keels, 1205.

-, Sir Robert, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 116, 701, 1137, 1363.

-, Sir William, 50.

Carrell (Carol, Caryle), Maurice, fine for riot, 381.

-, -, Mr., wine merchant, 702.

-, Owen, lands Ireland, 517.

Carson, John (lease, temp. Eliz.), 536.

Cart boot, 410.

Carter, Frances, grant of debt, 930.

-, Francis, in custodiam lease, 1049.

-, John, quaker, 1257.

-, -, waiter, Seaton Bere, 224.

-, Sir John, Steward of Denbigh, 392.

-, Mary, nurse to the Duke of York, 895, 1007
-, nurse to the Princess Henrietta, pension, 508, 605, 716, 766, 1058, 1420, 1430.

-, Mr., wood out of Dean Forest, 203.

-, Mr., creditor of Sir F. Holles, 1402
-, for Capt. Trant, 1405.

-, Richard, groom of the Queen's chamber in ordinary, 653.

-, Thomas, carrying proclamations in Wales, 75, 1379
-, messenger attending Council in Wales, 1379
-, powder for stores, 540.

-, William, commissioner for prizes enquiry, 1138, 1166.

Carteret, Sir Edward, Usher of the Black Rod, pension as, 39, 107, 201, 288, 353, 521, 589, 678, 761, 910, 1009, 1052, 1129, 1190.

-, Sir George, Treasurer of the Navy, 359, 384, 422, 432, 452, 453, 536, 552, 594, 629-31, 709-10, 832, 1009, 1283, 1403, 1432, 1435, 1439, 1441,
-, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 305, 643, 709, 932, 1283, 1403
-, Vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 224, 460, 791-2, 1403, 1406
-, lands of, taken into the port at Plymouth, 87, 427, 441, 442, 460, 461, 791, 860, 1238
-, pretensions to the Leeward Islands, 421, 423
-, pension, 60
-, petition, 33, 48.

Carthagena (Spain), 317, 326.

Carton, Mr., 1331.

Cartwright, Tho., tenant, London, 341.

Carverth, Henry, shipmaster, 1352.

Carving in Chapel Royal, 1152.

Carye
-, see Carey.

Caryle
-, see Carrell.

Casbrooke, John, upholsterer to the Great Wardrobe, 1336-7.

Case, John, shipmaster, 529.

Cassan, John, payment, 289.

Cassana (Ireland), 1011.

Cassells, Rose, pension, 151.

Castells (for a bed), 612.

Castilion, A. de., notary public, 1265.

-, Dr. John, Dean of Rochester, 637-8.

Castle Baynard
-, ward, London
-, see Streets.

- guard rents, 131.

Castle (Castell), George, under receiver law duties, 370.

-, Robert, shipbuilder, 1117.

Castlehaven
-, Earl of
-, see Tuchet, J.

Castlemaine
-, Earl of
-, see Palmer, R.

Castles, King's, hearthmoney on, 21.

-
-, see Garrisons.

Castleton, Mr., customer of petty Customs, London, 13, 34.

-, Nathaniel, pension (20l. per an.), 671, 817, 1031, 1284
-, inquisition, 821, 1440.

Casual expenses, annual expenses of under the stoppage scheme, 117.

Catcher, Richard, surveyor of tin blowing houses, 1285.

Cater, John, quaker, 1257.

'Catholic naked Truth'
-, see Books.

Catholics
-, see Roman Catholics.

Catler, Christopher, tenant, London, 341.

Catlin, Jeremiah, searcher for uncustomed goods, 1032.

Caton (Lancs.), 924.

Cattle
-, see Ireland, Scotland.

Caudebec [hats], 822.

Cause, Agnes, chantry, co. Lincoln, 514.

Cavalier officers
-, see Indigent.

Cave
-, Conisby (Sonningsby), surety of W. Bridges, 617
-, surety of Capt. P. Howard, 1099.

Cavendish
-, Henry, Earl of Ogle (to 1676 and after that date 3rd Duke of Newcastle), 1352, 1464
-, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 8, 51, 124, 127, 215, 227, 290, 302, 323, 383, 389, 522, 528, 604, 695-6, 766, 904, 992, 1057, 1141, 1162, 1428, 1446
-, creation money, 527, 914
-, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent, North, 573, 1035
-, loans on the Customs, 1076
-, Gentleman or Master of the Robes, (1660-2), 583.

-, William, 2nd Duke of Devonshire, creation money, 4
-, Sherwood forest, 91, 573
-, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent, North, 573, 1458.

-, William, 4th Earl of Devonshire, 939.

Cawood
-, Thomas, sworn messenger, 281
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, Cambridge and Suffolk, 1123, 1143.

Cayo (co. Carmarthen), 424, 526, 1021.

Cecil, John, 4th Earl of Exeter, 373, 375.

Cedrato, essence of, 900.

Celle, Duke of, horses for, 877.

Ceremonies
-, Master of
-, see Cotterell, Sir C.
-, assistant to see Cotterell, C.

-, marshal of
-, see Le Bas, R.

Certificates
-, see Army, Exchequer, Customs, Navy.

Certiorari, 479.

Chace
-, (Chase), John, apothecary in ordinary to the King, 91, 95, 103, 267, 402, 426, 491, 519, 606, 685, 818, 857, 888, 995, 1033, 1111, 1168, 1285, 1427
-, for Biggs, 423, 425
-, fee farms, 513, 519, 522, 707, 1031, 1260, 1430.

Chace (Somerset), 1327.

Chacombe Priory (Northants), 875.

Chadshunt (co. Warwick), 615.

Chadwell (co. Herts), 336.

Chalfont (co. Bucks), 1256.

Chalke (co. Cumberland), 953.

Challoner (Chaloner), Mr., petition, Wilts, 3, 12.

-, Robert, Hitchin water mills, 185.

Chamber (co. Lancs.), 1257.

Chamber accounts, 1407.

- bills, 835, 1282, 1343.

- clerk of the cheque, 1223.

- establishment, 489
-, annual expense of the Chamber under the stoppage scheme, 117.

-, messengers of, 674, 1223
-, see Heming, S., Cawood, T., Bostock, C., Rutter, R., Leget, H., Cox, E., Cox, J., Smith, W
-, messenger attending the Customs, 1035
-, messenger attending the Lord Treasurer see Gregory, R., Langwith, J.
-, four messengers attending the Receipt and Great Seal see Exchequer (Receipt) and Great Seal.

- office, 1346
-, question of the Groom Porter's bills being charged on
-, see Royal Household (Groom).

- Treasurer (see Griffin, Sir Edward), 24, 1356
-, borrowing money for the Chamber (including authority to pay interest), 642, 818, 1136
-, issues to for the Chamber (and see also Griffin, Edward), 25, 41, 49, 57, 62, 80, 81, 93, 149, 248, 249, 293, 299, 302, 314, 321, 331, 334, 344, 414, 444, 450, 483, 489, 511, 521, 538, 575, 586, 593, 605, 618, 624, 636, 642, 656, 697, 731, 753, 757, 773, 794, 799, 867, 871, 879, 886, 901-2, 905, 928, 931, 941, 963, 1005, 1011, 1050, 1070, 1093, 1101, 1104, 1107, 1136, 1156, 1171, 1207, 1223, 1226, 1230, 1231, 1234, 1246, 1260, 1264, 1282, 1292, 1306, 1311, 1317, 1397, 1454, 1461
-, payments and assignments by or due out of the Chamber, 4, 50, 74, 76, 293, 302, 331, 334, 414, 483, 491, 567, 575, 605, 624, 636, 717, 753, 773, 794, 799, 805, 818, 847, 871, 879, 904, 941, 1011, 1050, 1093, 1150, 1168, 1223, 1234, 1246, 1282, 1291, 1343, 1351, 1414, 1434, 1461.

-, -, clerk to
-, see Dove, H.

-, wages payable in, 835, 928, 1231, 1355, 1358, 1374, 1398, 1460, 1461.

Chamberlain (Chamberlaine), Dr. Edward, annuity to (like the bankers), 1179, 1234, 1464, 1472.

-, Edward, comptroller, Great Yarmouth, 403, 513, 534.

-, John, clerk of new impost, 723
-, landwaiter, London, 273, 1109
-, Poole port, 1207.

-, Lord
-, see Royal Household.

-, -, Great Chamberlain of England
-, see Lindsey, Earl of, 545
-, perquisites of, 304.

-, Robert, quaker, 1257.

-, William, water bailiff of Yorks, 981.

Chambers
-, John, surety of J. Rawlins, 615, 949, 1031
-, surety of J. Bagnold, 1099.

-, Mr., collector of Tenby, 500.

-, Robert, doorkeeper to the Committee for Union, 527, 622.

Champion, Mr., Customs officer, 247, 1031.

-, Richard, house at Greenwich, 73.

Chancery, 1281.

- Court, 133, 230, 1297.

- - decrees, 489, 1396.

- - law duties, 749, 845, 933, 1397.

- - transcribing originals, 700.

- - masters of
-, see Courthope, R., Prickett, G., 1077
-, payment, 16, 56, 87, 118, 208, 383, 567, 640, 678, 799, 856, 912, 991, 999, 1182, 1230, 1239.

- -, Register in, grant of office of, to Nell Gwynn, 88.

- -, Six Clerks and law duties, 467, 840, 845, 860, 1356, 1397.

- -, -, mortgages to, by Car. I, 1385-6.

-, Ireland, 182.

Chandos
-, Lord
-, see Brydges, W.

Change (Chainge), Richard, groom of the Queen's Chamber, 200, 275, 521, 635, 761, 764, 918, 988, 1091, 1422, 1437.

Channel, ships in, 1127.

Chantepye, Mr., 1330.

Chantries, 374, 376, 377, 405-6, 513-6, 809.

Chapel Royal, children of, 1374.

- -, closet, 818, 909, 916.

- -, establishment for, 319.

- -, estimates, 452.

- -, gentlemen of, 62, 1340, 1374.

- -, issues for, 319, 343, 592.

- -, musicians (20), 74, 84, 399, 1083
-, master of see Cooke, H.

- -, Serjeant of the Vestry, 62, 1374.

- -, surplices for, 55, 62.

- -, wainscotting, 1152.

- -, washing linen, 624.

Chappel, Jonathan, boatman, Rochester, 673.

Chaplin, Sir Francis, Lord Mayor (interest), 333, 469, 750, 848, 1008, 1019, 1087, 1335, 1433, 1435.

Chapman, Mr., Proctor in Prerogative Court, 717.

-, Robert, surety of J. Tooker, 950.

-, Roger, brother of Thomas, 1027, 1194, 1220-1, 1384, 1471, 1473.

-, Thomas, of Liverpool, merchant, 967, 990, 1015, 1027, 1031, 1091, 1194, 1220-1, 1222, 1384, 1455, 1471.

Chapman's tenement, Rainham, Essex, 340.

Chard, Edward, a yeoman warder of the Tower, 848.

Charles, John, waterman, tidesman at the Pill, 288.

Charleton, Sir Job, Serjeant at Law, 539
-, chief justice at Chester, 955, 1046.

-, Nicholas
-, see Carleton.

Charminster (co. Dorset), 1373.

Charmouth (Dorset), 1078.

Charnock
-, Sir George, 50, 426, 535, 573, 1343
-, pension on the alum farm, 419, 421, 424, 425.

-, John, King's waiter, London port, 161, 824, 1020, 1440.

-, Roger, Serjeant at Arms, 77, 103, 199, 352, 522, 586, 761, 876, 959, 1129, 1182, 1196, 1217
-, a King's waiter, London port, 41, 77, 102, 161, 199, 263, 352, 506, 586, 709, 789, 876, 959, 1129, 1196, 1221, 1268, 1298.

-, Thomas, a Serjeant at Arms, 304, 588, 591, 676, 1018, 1039
-, a King's waiter, London port, 824, 1020, 1039, 1268, 1298.

Charters
-, see Canterbury (Walloons).

Chase
-, see Chace.

Chatham
-, (naval chest ; see Navy chest), 483, 557, 634
-, ships burned at (1665), 632, 1384, 1387
-, yard, 738, 1166
-, stores, 1299.

Chauntrell, William, ship master, 1069.

Chayton, William, a justice of the Peace, Yorks, 417.

Cheapside
-, see Streets.

Cheek (Cheeke), John (Isle of Wight), 1376.

-, Robert, secret service payment to, 447
-, for the Earl of Plymouth, 1320.

-, -, tidesman, London, 1233.

-, Thomas (receiver of 17 months' tax, Essex), 430.

Cheese, wholesale and retail trade, 971.

Cheesman, Stephen, tidesurveyor, London, 218, 735.

Chelmsford (Essex), 616.

- Hundred (Essex), 1373.

Chenins, William (coppices from the Queen Mother), 418.

Cheny
-, see Cheyne.

Chepstow
-, (co. Monmouth), 147
-, garrison, 327
-, Governor of see Somerset, H.

Cheque, clerks of the, 4, 24, 27.

Cherburg, 147.

Chertsey
-, (co. Surrey), 271, 418
-, and Hardwick manor, 132.

- Walk
-, see Windsor Forest.

Chester, bishop of (see Pearson, J.), 80, 257, 329, 655, 733, 1059.

-, Earl of, 973.

-, Herald
-, see Heralds' College.

-, city and port, 183, 245, 312, 369, 407, 730, 746, 759, 777, 796, 896, 933, 967, 976, 991, 999, 1002, 1100, 1357, 1455
-, West Chester, 645.

-, -, Castle, 305.

-, -, Exchequer Court at, 1106.

- county, 142, 307, 382, 584, 615, 790, 931, 973, 1049, 1105, 1174, 1288, 1468.

- -, Hearthmoney
-, see Andrew, W.

- -, justices, 305
-, Chief Justice
-, see Charleton, Sir J.

- -, receiver of Crown revenues, 1215
-, see Whitley, T.
-, fixed charges and payments out of, 305.

- -, receiver of Assessments
-, see Bowden, N., Booth, N., Gerard, Lord, Hollingshead, F., Whitley, R., Hollingshead, R. (county and city).

Chester, Sir Anthony, 516.

Chesterfield (co. Derby), 397.

Chesterfield
-, Earl of
-, see Stanhope, P.

Chesterton (co. Cambridge), 1364.

Chestle, Nicholas, Isle of Wight, 1376.

Chesworth (co. Sussex), manor and park, 309, 611.

Chetham (Chittham), John, Customs officer, 393, 641, 969.

Chetwynd
-, (Chetwind), John, receiver of 17 months' tax, Staffordshire and Lichfield, 615
-, receiver general of 18 months' tax, co. Staffs. and Lichfield city, 1099
-, receiver general of Poll for Stafford and Lichfield, 951.

-, Mr., law duty office, 23.

Chevening (co. Kent), 1047.

Cheylesmore
-, (co. Warwick, near Coventry), 191, 270, 564
-, Great and Little Park, 270, 274
-, Mansion house, 274, 284.

Cheyne
-, (Cheyney, Cheney, Cheny), Charles, goods for the Countess of Sunderland, 164
-, Commissioner for the Mint, 751, 986
-, Customs Commissioner, 769, 1202, 1219.

-, Mr., 442.

- William (Simon Smith's accounts), 194.

Chicheley, Sir John, service at sea, 632.

-, Sir Tho. [Master of the Ordnance], 31, 41, 102, 175, 222, 620, 707, 744, 859, 1391, 1396, 1409, 1412
-, issues to, 145, 424, 1030
-, debt to, from the King, 539-40.

Chicheley (co. Bucks), manor, 516.

Chichester (co. Sussex), 104, 152, 183, 502, 529, 580, 1113, 1128, 1148, 1212, 1218, 1283.

-, bishop of (see Carleton, G., Gunning, P.), 657, 1235, 1295
-, first fruits, 1295
-, tenths, 657, 772, 1235, 1281, 1295.

Chichester, Arthur, 2nd earl of Donegall, 691.

-, Robert, collector Ilfracombe, 1038.

Chichester House (Dublin), 620.

Chideock (co. Dorset), 1078.

Chief Butler of England
-, see Prizage.

- Engineer
-, see Ordnance.

- justice [King's Bench and Common Pleas] impost wines, 365.

- Justice in Eyre
-, see Duke of Monmouth.

Chiffinch, Dorothy, widow of Thomas Chiffinch, senr., 6, 136.

-, Thomas, junr., searcher, Gravesend, 715.

-, -, senr., searcher, Gravesend, 111, 216, 443, 559, 649, 651, 697, 710, 715, 1188
-, special service moneys paid to (1660-5), 136.

-, William, 1354, 1401, 1433
-, keeper of the King's closet, 123, 508, 604, 774, 899, 1007, 1056, 1147, 1197, 1456, 1461
-, Receiver of the moneys from the French King, 46, 48, 52, 66, 180, 193, 215, 351, 353, 360, 370, 372, 414, 524, 853, 1165, 1316-23
-, Master of the Hawks, 107, 200, 261, 344, 523, 582, 773, 890, 990, 1064, 1111, 1116, 1237, 1253, 1415
-, pension, 706
-, Ruthen rents, 46, 238-9, 541-2
-, woodward of Windsor Forest, 340, 565, 674, 678, 763
-, payments to, for works at Windsor Castle out of the 20,000l. per an. reserved out of the revenue of Ireland, 404, 596-7, 1322
-, Receiver and Commissioner for the Queen Mother's arrears, 609-10, 665
-, goods directed to, for the King, 550, 571, 587, 640, 1167, 1265
-, goods for himself, 828
-, lodgings in Whitehall, 99, 351, 587, 780
-, new year's gift to, 834
-, grant of debt to, 138
-, annuity to, for G. Driver for Greenwich Park, 1154, 1247, 1285, 1470
-, petition, 49, 232.

-, William [? junr.], a Page of the Bedchamber, 120, 138, 521, 926
-, payment to for washing sheets, 700.

Child, John, surety of Capt. P. Howard, 1099.

-, Josiah, navy victualler, 258
-, baronet fee, 1062, 1462, 1463.

-, Robert (Master of Tents), 107, 355, 536, 719, 979, 1219, 1284, 1289, 1414.

Chiminage (perquisites), 204.

China, imports of, 761, 1113.

Chipping Warden (Northants), 374.

Chirurgeons
-, see King's Chirurgeons.

-, establishment for, 1457.

Chitham
-, see Chetham.

Chiverton, Sir Rich., Lindsey's debt to, 480, 481.

Chocolate, 366, 662, 774, 934, 1006, 1015, 1265.

Cholmeley (Cholmly), Sir Hugh, alum farmer, 13, 26, 98, 477, 1067.

-, John, of London, gloves, etc. for, 382
-, brewer, 842.

-, -, lease, 131, 133.

Christchurch (Southants), 1115.

Christian
-, Edward, surety to E. Bertie, 403
-, debt from J. Crofts, 129, 185
-, for New Park, Richmond, 212, 633, 1325, 1327, 1331, 1333
-, Wine Licence Commissioner, 1229.

-, Mr., for the Duke of Buckingham, 1407.

-, Major William, 41, 74, 454
-, Excise farm of the four Northern Counties, 446, 683
-, collector of Whitehaven port and Customer of Carlisle port, 526, 650, 793, 896, 1020, 1037, 1423, 1440
-, Receiver of Hearthmoney for Durham, Newcastle, Northumberland and Berwick, 105
-, Receiver of Eighteen Months' Assessment [for ditto], 205
-, Receiver of the Poll [for ditto], 248.

Christmas, widow (husband killed in Polish embassy), 483, 799.

Christopher, Alexander, killing of, 638.

-, Thomas (Customs Cashier office), 723.

Christ's Hospital (see Bridewell), 1411, 1412.

- -, the King's mathematical boys at, 37, 77, 110-11, 192, 292, 352, 509, 596, 694, 767, 873, 958, 1049, 1135, 1196
-, putting out apprentices, 509, 873, 1196.

Chubb, Mr., petition, 45.

Chubbs, John, lease, Cornwall, 316.

Chudleigh, Hugh, surveyor London port, 381.

-, Thomas, secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to Nimuegen, 80, 344-5, 355, 565, 761, 775, 909, 941, 1033, 1113, 1132, 1241, 1416.

Church Honeybourne (Worcester), 376.

Churchill, Jasper, surety of E. Jolly, 615.

-, Madame, goods for, 401, 763, 774.

-, Richard, surety of W. Twist, 617
-, Receiver of Hearthmoney, Somerset and Bristol, 253, 305, 473, 660, 1424, 1449.

Chute Forest (Wilts), 264.

Cider, subfarmers of Excise of, 93.

Cinque ports
-, garrison, 470, 502
-, Lord Warden, 531.

'Circe', a tragedy, 397.

Cirencester (Gloucester), 52.

City Mercury
-, see Newspapers.

Civett, Madame Frances, pension, 19, 33, 139, 164, 266, 389, 527, 604, 716, 739, 766, 895, 1007, 1058, 1430.

Clancarty
-, Earl of
-, see Maccarty, C.

Clanricarde
-, Lady
-, see Bourke, E.

Clapp, Thomas, shipmaster, 1182.

Clapton, Sir Chr., surety of J. Rogers, 1096.

Clare, Charles, soliciting suits for the Attorney General, 524, 996.

-, Mr., petition, 97.

-, Earl of
-, see Holles, Gilbert.

Clare county (Ireland), 182, 778.

Clarencieux King at Arms
-, see Bish, Sir E.

Clarendon
-, Earl of
-, see Hyde, H. and E.

Clarendon House, 211, 352.

Clarges, Sir Thos. (500l. per an. out of the Coal farm), 778, 1413.

Clark (Clerk, Clerke), Benj., shipmaster, 115, 962.

-, Edward, servant to J., Lord Berkeley, 656, 724.

-, Frances, relict of Dr. Timothy, 139.

-, Sir Francis, 42
-, inquisition, 1315.

-, George, petition, 18
-, receiver of Hearthmoney, Devon and Cornwall, 149-50, 159, 304, 790, 1242, 1400.

-, -, 614.

-, James (Moulsey lease), 71, 118, 324, 345, 517, 546, 550, 560.

-, - (lease, house Dublin), 885.

-, -, fishing, Limerick, 1126.

-, John, of Southwark, intestate estate, 618.

-, -, commissioner for setting out Newcastle port, 328
-, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1206.

-, Major John, captain of a Company, Coldstream Regiment, 55
-, bankers' annuity, 801, 825, 1325, 1327, 1330, 1346, 1436, 1439, 1443.

-, Sir John, Knt. and Bart., husband of Dame Philadelphia, 230, 259, 524.

-, Michael, surety of W. Levett, 617, 952, 1098.

-, Mrs., her husband's salary, 13, 50.

-, Lady Philadelphia, widow of Sir John, 48, 230, 259.

-, Ralph, tidesman, London, 112.

-, Robert, killing of, 358.

-, Samuel, surveyor of warehouse, London, 643.

-, Sir Samuel, officer called home from Flanders, 1231.

-, Thomas (executors), prizes' account, 1302.

-, Dr. Timothy, one of the King's physicians, 139.

- William, wounded seaman, pension, 557.

Clavel, Roger, commissioner for spoils, New Forest, 410.

Clavering, Sir James, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205.

Claxton, Thomas, merchant, of London, 1251.

Clay, John, tenant of fee farm, 375.

Clayclods, Wallfleet river (Essex), 138.

Clayfoote, John, importing linen to Ipswich, 146.

Clayton (Cleyton), Henry, robber, 828.

-, Sir John, 28
-, surety of T. Goddard, 576, 1349, 1389, 1415
-, importing timber, 850
-, Four and a half per cent. farm, 836.

-, Sir Robt., lease of Kennington, 370-1, 1417, 1418
-, Christ's Hospital, 1411, 1412
-, creditor of Sir F. Holles, 1402.

-, William, a King's musician, 274, 645, 824, 1419.

Clement
-, John, assistant to the riding surveyor of the Customs, 172, 245
-, resident at Poole, 112, 845, 1109, 1207
-, collector at Weymouth, 172, 322.

Clements, John, a King's musician, 275, 645, 824, 1419.

-, Mr., executed, escheated estate, 490.

Clergy, benefit of, 549, 655.

Clerks of the Peace, 43, 99, 137, 237, 1359.

Cleveland
-, Duchess of
-, see Palmer, B.

Cleverly
-, (Cliverly) Point
-, see Leeward Islands.

Clifford (and see Kifford), Elizabeth, widow of Lord Thomas, 163.

-, Hugh, second Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, pension, 693, 1425, 1437
-, reversion of Clerk of the Pipe, 65.

-, Lady Jane, 362.

-, Simon, teller of the Exchequer, 110, 1308.

-, Thomas, first Lord Clifford, of Chudleigh, Lord Treasurer, 36, 48, 163, 354, 388, 440, 458, 490, 553, 877, 1016, 1102, 1338, 1342, 1351, 1355, 1358, 1360, 1382, 1387, 1400, 1413
-, accounts, 180, 281
-, salary, 269
-, prizes' accounts, 1302.

Clifford's Tower
-, see York City.

Clifton, Lady, 48.

-, see Dartmouth.

Climsland Prior (Cornwall), 1167.

Clinch, William, tidesman, Falmouth, 786.

Clinton, Lady, dresser to the Queen Consort, 123, 223, 292, 323, 378, 528, 604, 716, 766, 895, 981, 1430.

Clipston
-, see Sherwood Forest.

Clive, Geo., petition, 97.

Cloberry, William, 933, 939.

Cloth
-, see Allajaces, Bombazin, Cambric, Camlets, Crape, Crocus canvas, Damastillas, Diapers, Dimities, English, Flanders, Indian stuffs, Holland, Ireland (bayes), Linen, Lockrams, Ratteen, Scotch, Serge.

Clothier, Devereux, a King's drummer, 207, 731, 1294.

Clothiers, the, petition, 63.

Clotworthy, John, 1st Viscount Massareene, a commissioner for affairs of Ireland, 130.

Cloudesly, Gabriel, boatman, Portsmouth, 190.

Clough, William, undersearcher, London, 647, 689, 727, 1422, 1430, 1434.

-, -, Wine Licence Commissioner, 1229.

Clowes, Robert, clerk of the Supreme Court, Jamaica, 578.

Clutterbuck, John, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1206.

-, Sir Thomas [Navy victualler, Mediterranean], 17, 23, 449, 632, 670, 851, 865, 886, 918, 923, 935, 1005, 1092, 1103, 1104, 1131, 1157, 1185, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1262, 1274
-, goods for, 414, 772, 893, 1015, 1182, 1438, 1445, 1471
-, daughter, picture of, 772
-, son Charles, 772.

Clyne, Mr., manor, purchase, 422.

Coaches, imports of, 184, 303, 366, 763.

Coade, Mr., Excise replevin, 1401.

Coal duty
-, 1s. per chalder granted to the Duchess of Portsmouth, 777
-, farm of see Mordaunt, Viscount and Viscountess
-, annuity out of to Sir T. Clarges, 778.

-, -, 4s. per chalder on sea coal exported, 50, 109
-, accounts, 441
-, Farm, 153, 217, 219
-, Farmers, 496
-, see Townsend, Lord
-, assignee of farm of see Blackett, Sir W., Ettrick, W
-, annuity out of to Sir J. Duncombe, 217, 1163.

- measure
-, see Newcastle, Sunderland
-, admeasuring keels, Act for, 516, 1205
-, commissions for, 441, 442, 1172, 1205-6, 1212, 1470
-, and see Newcastle, Sunderland.

- mines, 89, 90, 92, 1469
-, see Stratton super Fosse, St. Leonards Forest.

- trade, coast bonds, 206
-, declaration of 10 May, 1672, permitting foreign ships to carry out English coal on payment of English or native or single duty (permission rescinded by declaration of 5 Sept., 1673), 224
-, exports, 287
-, exports Customs free, 792, 1025, 1349
-, frauds in oversea trade, 147, 206, 224, 785
-, coal ships for Ireland, 980, 991-2, 1002.

Coarsy, Henry, New Plantation duty officer, Maryland, 356, 755.

Coats, Nicholas, 1175, 1470.

Cobb, Nicholas, tidesman, Poole, 1218.

-, Paul (E. Keene's estate), 817.

Cobham
-, Lord
-, see Brooke, G.

Cobham (Surrey), 324, 345, 517.

Cochineal, 356.

Cock
-, [Cox], George, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1206
-, searcher, Newcastle port, 211, 328, 1297.

-, Capt. [George], treasurer for Sick and Hurt, 630, 1343, 1364
-, houses in Tower Hill, 632.

-, John, tenement, Cornwall, 995.

-, -, shipmaster, 1012.

-, William, shipmaster, 297.

Cockayne (Cockaine), Andrew, surety of J. Cockaine, 952, 1098.

-, John, Receiver General, Poll, co. Beds, 952
-, Receiver General of the 18 Months' tax, co. Beds, 1098.

-, Scipio, surety of J. Cockaine, 952, 1098.

Cockayne Hatley (co. Beds), 972, 1098.

Cockington (Devon), 325.

Cockpit
-, see Streets.

Cockrell
-, John, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1206.

-, Robert, shipmaster, 732.

Cocks
-, see Cox.

Cocoa nuts, 317, 321.

Cocquet fees, 1376.

Codrington, Richard, lease, 1242.

Coell, Sir John, 1325.

Coffee dealers and evidence, 445.

- sales, prices and duty, 445.

-, subfarmers, 82, 93, 443
-, farmers, 443.

Coffee Houses, Proclamation for suppressing, 93, 445.

Cogan, Charles, landwaiter, Weymouth, 129.

Coglan
-, (Coghlan), Capt. John, petition, 57
-, royal bounty, 102, 496, 851, 1351, 1361
-, pension, 1390.

Coin
-, (and moneys of account)
-, see Dollars, Groats, Guineas, Jacobus, Livres, Milreis, Nobles, Pieces of Eight, Pistoles.

Coinage and Coinage duty
-, see Mint.

Coke
-, see Cooke.

Coker
-, Sir Henry, sheriff of Wilts, discharge, 477, 576, 1343, 1344, 1415.

Colby (Coleby, Collbey), Hobart, Groom of the Queen's Chamber, 200, 275, 635, 761, 918, 988, 1091, 1420.

-, Philip (clothes for Virginia soldiers), 81, 82
-, (clothes for the Leeward Isles), 1330.

Colchester, Henry, landwaiter, London, 139, 521.

Colchester (Essex), 70, 171, 183, 189, 323, 332, 392, 626, 1255.

Coldstream regiment
-, see Army.

Cole, George, surety of Capt. P. Howard, 617.

-, John, tally joiner, 240
-, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 411, 498, 1149, 1165, 1258.

- (Sir John), Ireland, 1241.

-, Mr., wine importer, 625-6.

-, -, Southampton port business, 1409.

-, -, excused for sheriff, 84.

-, Sir Ralph, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205
-, grant of advowson, 715, 1432.

-, Robert, landwaiter, Dover, 288
-, labourer Deptford, 1232.

-, Thomas, collector of Southampton, 388.

Cole's coppice
-, see Whittlewood Forest.

Colebertine [goods], 372.

Coleman (and see Colman), Mr., coffee house, 445.

-, Thomas, Hampton Court repairs 7
-, deputy underhousekeeper Hampton Court, 835, 1356.

-, William, warehouse keeper, London, 1261-2.

-, Capt. William, collector, Plymouth, 940.

Colepeper (Colepepyr, Culpeper), Frances, wife of Thomas Culpeper and daughter of Lord Frescheville, pension, 1260.

-, James, agent to Law Farmers, 749.

-, -, uncle of Robert, in Dutch service, 218.

-, Mr., 1333.

-, Robert (grant of rents, Kent), 218.

-, Roger, uncle of Robert, in Dutch service, 218.

-, Thomas, grant of fines, 397.

-, -, second Lord Colepeper, 80, 84, 95, 1392, 1450, 1453, 1460
-, Lieut. and General Governor of Virginia, 946
-, loan to the King (in 1661), 562, 843
-, Council of Trade and Foreign Plantations, 926, 1357
-, lease of Post fines, 789, 1440.

Coles, James, agent to the Law Farmers, 749.

Colfe, Isaac, 1402.

Coling
-, (Cooling), Benjamin, keeper of the Council Chamber, 323, 364, 642, 731, 774, 1030, 1162, 1429
-, petition, 41
-, yeoman usher of the House of Peers, 997.

-, Mr., Commissioner for the Four and a Half per cent. duty, 114.

-, Richard, son of Benjamin, yeoman usher of the House of Peers, 997
-, clerk of the wardrobe of beds, 627
-, ditto of the wardrobe of robes, 627.

-, -, son of Richard, clerk of the wardrobe of beds, 627
-, ditto of the wardrobe of robes, 627.

Coliver, John, shipmaster, 574.

Collations, certificates of, 977.

Colles, Capt., shipmaster, 694.

Colleton, James, pardon for killing, 189.

Colley, Francis, grant of estate, 1195.

Collier
-, Isaac, bankers' debt, 558
-, principal and annuity, 600, 661, 1416, 1418, 1419, 1426.

-, Richard, royal bounty to, 557.

-, William, quaker, 1257.

Collingwood
-, Major Daniel, Governor of Holy Island, 42, 209, 470, 741
-, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205.

-, Mr., for Berwick garrison, 860, 976, 1381.

-, Mr., 400l. per an. pension, 920.

-, Mr., law duty, 480.

-, Mr., Receiver of the 17 Months' tax, Hants, 430.

Collins, James, of York City, Receiver of Hearthmoney, York and West Riding, 109, 296-7, 582-3, 714, 718, 922.

-, Mr. [Excise], 57.

-, Mr., shipmaster, 697.

Collinson, John, tidesman, Newcastle, 530.

Collop, Mr., land bought of, by Viscount Grandison, 538.

Colman (and see Coleman), Charles, a King's musician, 275, 645, 824, 1419.

Coln (co. Gloucester), 1256.

Cologne, 273.

-, treaty of peace at, 290, 304, 1019.

Colquitt, Fran., tidesman, Falmouth, 786.

Colsent (Tinten, Cornwall), 994.

Colt, William, receiver of 1st Wine Act arrears, 1304.

Columb-John (co. Devon), 829.

Colvile
-, Dorothea, widow (wife of J. Lindsey), 481, 844, 1067, 1268, 1337
-, interest accounts and debt statements, 37, 164, 212, 293
-, principal and annuity, 600
-, receivers' moneys in the hands of, 475.

-, John, banker, 425, 477
-, estate, 481-2, 600, 1418
-, assignments by, 164, 293, 1268
-, assignments to, 630
-, creditors, 486, 492-3, 844, 1337, 1368
-, receivers' moneys in the hands of, 1210
-, alum farmers' money, 1067.

-, Thomas, tenant of fee farm, 376.

Colwall (Hereford), 377.

Colwall, Daniel, undersearcher, London, 140, 382, 387, 577, 689, 727, 802, 1415.

-, Mr., 453.

Combe alias Longcombe (co. Oxford), 228.

Combermere (Cheshire), 580.

Combs, imports of, 567, 582, 691.

Commins
-, see Cumings.

Common Pleas
-, 370
-, clerk of Treasury in see Berkeley, Lord J.
-, reparation of courts, 994
-, Lord Chief Justice see North, Sir F., 58, 59, 114, 821
-, impost wines, 150
-, justices, 1169
-, see Scroggs, Sir W., Bertie, V.
-, law duties in, 750, 810, 933.

Commoners (and Cottagers) and commonable land, 324, 406.

Commons, House Of, England (and see Parliament).

-, attendants
-, see Hughes, T., Cooper, E., Hardy, T.

-, bills in, 318, 431, 512, 771, 955.

-, clerk to
-, see Goldsborough, W., Jodrell, P.
-, payments to see Lownds, W.
-, under clerks see Brerewood, W., Petty, Mr.
-, under clerks supplying acts of parliament to the Treasury, 43
-, making copies of bills, 318, 955.

-, Committees, 512, 853.

-, doorkeepers, 18, 1352-3
-, see Carey, A.

-, gallery to the Painted Chamber, 850, 1095.

-, messenger to
-, see Harris, J.

-, necessaries for, 497, 1054, 1353.

-, officers of, 26.

-, serjeant attending, 1141
-, see Bishop, Sir W., Bishop, Sir R., Topham, J.

-, sessions
-, see Parliament.

-, Speaker of (from 1673 to 1678, Ed. Seymour, in 1678 Sir R. Sawyer), 369, 545, 551, 558
-, and see under Seymour, E.
-, secret service money issued to, 81, 83, 1320, 1446.

-, votes, 512.

-, Ireland, 198.

Commonwealth survey
-, see Parliament.

Commuting fees, poundages, etc., 168, 886, 1158.

Companies
-, see Royal Africa Company, Greenland, Eastland, East India, Muscovia, Cardigan
-, and for the London Companies see Stationers, Carpenters, Mercers, Furriers.

Compter
-, (Compters) (Wood St. Compter), 21, 66, 1397
-, Hearthmoney on, 21
-, Law duty on, 209.

Compton
-, Sir Francis, 439, 636, 1421
-, Receiver of fines of Courts, 795, 896, 945, 1349
-, trustee for grant of part of Greenwax fines, 993.

-, Henry, rector of Witney, 236
-, Bishop of Oxford, 236
-, Bishop of London
-, see London (bishop).

-, James, 10th Earl of Northampton, 19, 27, 116, 187, 435, 506, 674, 940, 1012, 1285, 1338
-, pension of 1,000l. per an. to, 10, 28, 29, 116, 139, 173, 174, 292, 524, 702, 877, 1040, 1079, 1193, 1273, 1429
-, Constable of the Tower, 139, 173, 524, 702, 714, 732, 848, 877, 1040, 1216, 1273, 1345, 1428, 1432
-, directing expenditure of grants for rebuilding the town of Northampton see Northampton town.

Concealments
-, see Discoveries.

Conduit mead (co. Midd.), 515.

Coney, Mr. (Backwell's debt to), 476.

-, Nath., killing of, 961.

Coningsby
-, Juliana
-, see Hext.

Conisby, Sir Thomas, tenant of fee farm, 377.

Connaught Province, Ireland, 181-2, 778, 1302.

Connecticut, Governor of, 1089, 1464.

-, grant to, 283.

Connop, Mr., petition (Sherwood), 89, 91, 1347.

Conspiracy
-, 1123, 1156
-, the late plot, 1223.

Conventicle act, 390.

Conventicles, 53, 559.

-, fines, 993
-, disposition of King's moiety of, 390, 400, 553, 794, 1000, 1359.

-, receiver, 390.

Converted Jews and domus conversorum
-, see Jews.

Convicts, transportation of, 826.

Conway (Conoway), Edward, 3rd Viscount Conway, afterwards Earl of Conway, creation money, 606, 1189.

-, John, law duty receiver, 750.

-, Marmaduke, falconer, 87, 124, 127, 383, 715, 748, 1116
-, Spaniel keeper, 124, 383, 748, 1116.

Conyers (Coniers), Edward (keeper of Stores of Ordnance), 174, 830, 1111.

-, Nich., commissioner, Newcastle for admeasuring coal keels, 1205.

Cooke (Coke and see Cock), Benjamin, tidesman, London, 980.

-, Col., 39
-, for Lord Privy Seal, 44, 46
-, Dean Forest, 50.

-, Edmond, ship's captain, 317.

-, Edward, assistant to Comptroller General of Accounts of Customs, 1308.

-, -, surety for J. Langley, 614
-, surety of C. Duncombe, 1098.

-, Henry, Master of the King's Chapel, 1369.

-, John, annuity out of French tunnage, 1082
-, lease Marshlands, Lincoln, 876.

-, -, tidesman, Yarmouth, 784
-, appraiser, 287.

-, Mathew, prisoner, 996.

-, Mr. Excise replevins, 1401, 1415.

-, Mr., 400l. per annum out of the Duchy of Cornwall, 1455.

-, Mr., surveyor of landwaiters, London, 928.

-, Mr. (receiver of the 17 Months' tax, Norfolk, for J. Bedingfield), 430, 431.

-, Robert, receiver of the 17 Months' tax for Surrey and Southwark, 616, 1421
-, surety of W. Bridges, 616
-, receiver general of the 18 Months' tax, cos. Surrey and Southwark, 1098
-, ditto Norfolk and Norwich, 1098
-, receiver general of Poll, co. Norfolk, 951, 1454
-, ditto Surrey, 951, 1454.

-, -, grant to (for J. Hall), of Bailiwick of Westminster, 511, 927, 1020
-, 1,000l. to, 1310.

-, -, shipmaster, 654, 745, 758.

-, Thomas, Sandwich port admeasurement, 398.

-, - (Ince's estate), 580.

-, -, Master of the King's tennis courts, 380
-, tennis court built by, 380.

-, William, tidesman, London, 190, 723.

-, -, surety of J. Langley, 614, 950, 1096, 1099
-, sheriff of Gloucester, and receiver of Hearthmoney, Gloucester, 814, 1031.

Cookham (co. Berks), 151, 675, 1428.

Coolfin (West Meath), 892.

Cooling
-, see Coling.

Cooper
-, Anthony Ashley (as Lord Ashley), 666
-, treasurer of prize money, 136.

-, Christina, pension, 73, 699.

-, Edmond, attending the House of Commons, 159, 676, 1339
-, royal bounty to, 723.

-, Ellis, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205
-, petition, 50
-, receiver Hearthmoney, North and East Ridings and Hull, 122, 567-8, 712, 905, 1433.

-, Henry (Hampton steeple), 596.

-, Margaret, Lady Shaftesbury, third wife of Earl of Shaftesbury, 777.

-, Mr., merchant, 626.

-, Mr., Customs officer, Exeter, 348.

-, Mr. (Sick and Hurt), 1343.

-, Thomas, extended estates, Bristol, 1242.

-, William, tenant, Essex, 340.

Coote, Charles, 1st earl of Mountrath, a Commissioner for Affairs of Ireland, 130.

-, -, 3rd earl of Mountrath, 198, 985.

-, Isabella, wife of Charles, 3rd Earl of Mountrath, lighthouse dues, Ireland, 197.

-, Richard, officer, Ireland, 1241
-, son of the Earl of Mountrath, 985, 1241.

Copp
-, see Lead.

Cope, Sir Anthony (Custom House rent), 458, 459, 709, 762.

-, Sir John (Custom House rent), 738, 762, 1436.

-, Dame Mary, widow of Sir Anthony, pension, 709
-, Custom House rent, 771.

Copley, Beatrice, widow of Edward, 717.

-, Edward, of Batley, Yorks, extended estate, 307, 382, 517, 717, 1431.

-, Sir Godfrey, 41
-, justice of the Peace, Yorks, 137, 417, 420
-, sheriff of Yorks, 1015.

Copper for the Mint
-, see Mint.

-, price of, 1267.

Copping, George (freight), 1201.

Coppledike, John (Hull, Customs officer), 886.

Coppleston, Sir John (and Hearthmoney farmers), 472.

Copyholds, 90, 280, 410, 827, 937, 1105, 1450.

- timber cutting on, 1105-6, 1125.

Corbet (Corbett), Lawrence, King's waiter, London, 209, 368, 582, 585, 697, 782, 824, 873, 1020, 1062, 1133, 1196, 1268, 1291, 1298.

-, Mr., uncle to Jo. Mede, 1396.

-, Mr., Queen's Portuguese money, 472, 477, 478, 480.

Corbyn (Corbin), Thomas, surveyor general of woods, Trent north, 91, 407, 293, 558, 657, 786.

Cordell, Loude, interim receiver of First Fruits, 977-8, 1453.

Coriton
-, see Coryton.

Cork (co. Ireland), 179, 1212.

Corker, Edward, office for frauds in Navigation Act, Ireland, 1046.

-, Mr., debtor to the King, 213.

Corn
-, export of, from England, Act for bounty on (styled the Act of Tillage or Act of Assessment, 25 Car. II, c. 1), 111-2, 214, 357, 602, 729
-, allowances and debentures for bounty on exported corn, wheat, rye, barley, etc., 171, 214, 357, 358, 379, 502, 602, 702-3
-, questions as to certificates for exports under the Act, 111-2, 146, 357, 703.

-, -, of from Ireland, 1036.

-, imports of, 88, 784, 1036, 1113
-, duty on, 287, 1036
-, from Scotland, 393
-, imports on account of the garrison at Berwick, 625-6, 976
-, and see Berwick.

-, scarcity of, in the West of England, 1391.

Corneby, John, boatman, Plymouth, 755.

Corneford, John, of Newhaven, 958.

Cornelia
-, see Temple.

Cornelstown (co Meath), 892.

Corner, Isaac, Master Bricklayer to the Works, 411, 548, 1371.

Corney, Christopher, receiver of the 17 Months' tax, co. Bucks, 617.

Cornish, Mr., payment, 289.

Cornwall
-, Edward, petition, 33, 43, 75
-, surety of J. Davis, 571, 691, 922, 935, 1302, 1359.

-, Major Humphry, surety of R. Vaughan, 927, 1239, 1326.

Cornwall County, 250, 316, 331, 332, 358, 576, 664, 666, 708, 711, 994, 1167, 1184, 1212, 1285, 1301, 1337, 1351, 1392, 1463.

-, -, gentry of, 845.

-, -, Hearthmoney receivers
-, see Clark, G., Sawle, O., Scawen, W.

-, -, proposal to victual Tangier from, 1259
-, tin see Tin.

-, -, quakers, 1256.

-, -, Receiver and Auditor of Crown Revenues, 403
-, see Godolphin, Sir W.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments
-, see Moyle, Sir W., Trethewy, L.
-, sheriffs, 207, 1261.

- Duchy.

- -, arrears of a rent due to the Queen out of, 270.

- -, assessioning, 301, 337.

- -, Attorney of, 45, 49
-, see Courtenay, N.

- -, Auditor of, 45, 49
-, see Harbord, W.
-, Deputy Auditor of
-, see Griffith, J., Symes, J.

- -, bailiff of fines of
-, see Ward, J., Scawen, W.

- -, convencionary seals, 337.

- -, Havener of, office, of 251, 333
-, and see Morris, W., Sir W., and Sir W.

- -, improved rents (fines and compositions of), 238, 994-5, 1368
-, grants of to the Duchess of Cleveland see Villiers, G. and E.

- -, lands, manors, rents and revenues (including leases and re-grants of copyholds), 90, 191, 216, 232, 248, 251, 253, 271, 274, 280, 284, 287, 298, 301, 315, 336, 353, 370, 401, 409, 505, 563-4, 576, 634, 664, 666, 734, 757, 810, 937, 990, 1167, 1184, 1215, 1352, 1373, 1454
-, issues out of (including tallies on the Receiver General of the Duchy), 1170, 1006, 1082, 1094, 1105, 1120, 1456, 1467
-, pensions out of, 1455.

- -, leaseholds in, 45.

- -, officers, 50.

- -, Receiver General of revenues of, 270, 315, 337, 564, 922, 942, 1082, 1137
-, see Tregagle, J. senr. and junr., Killegrew, Sir P., Bull, E., Grills, C.

- -, tin affairs and revenue
-, see tin.

- -, woodward of, 337.

Cornwallis
-, Charles, 3rd Lord Cornwallis, royal bounty to, 111
-, trial of in Westminster Hall, 304, 524.

-, -, Esq., grant of Tennis Court, 380.

Corporation tolls, diminished by making free burgesses, 1144.

Corrington
-, see Coryton.

Cory, Andrew, collector, Fowey, 319.

-, John, inquisition, Essex, 735.

-, Dr., inquisition, Essex, 735.

Coryton
-, (Coriton), Sir John, 98
-, 400l. per an., 453, 658, 1424
-, lease, 505
-, of Cornwall, 1259, 1329.

-, William, son of Sir John, 505.

Corzana, Count, 1092, 1173.

Cosby, Alexander of Stradbally, lands, Ireland, 508.

-, Richard, of Stradbally, lands, Ireland, 508.

Coster, Mr., Dean Forest timber, 50, 51, 244.

Cother, Richard, weighing porter, London, 1139.

Cottagers
-, see Commoners.

Cotter, Mr., arrest, 41.

Cotterell, Charles, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 290, 299, 709, 747, 793, 1070.

-, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 24, 290, 299, 708, 793, 1070
-, house of, 1168
-, Master of Requests, 586, 725, 891, 1035
-, loan on Customs, 302, 523.

Cottesmore (co. Rutland), 375.

Cottington
-, Francis, Lord Cottington, 371, 1215, 1455
-, trustee for Car. I, 238, 542.

Cottle, Mr., 1403, 1408, 1411.

Cotton, Sir John, perpetuity, 676.

-, Mr., petition (Mr. Griffin), 454.

-, Nicholas (clerk sitter at the Counter, London), 209.

-, Sir Robert, Bart., 580, 1415.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Warwick, 1024.

Counter (Counters)
-, see Compters.

Country, Capt. Rich., 240.

Courtenay (Courtney), Mr. (Cornwall), 386.

-, Mr., Counsel, 448.

-, Nicholas, Attorney General for Cornwall Duchy (for Day's lease), 337, 922, 1362.

-, William (certificate), 559.

Courthope
-, Edward, Alienation office 647, 1077
-, a Master in Chancery, 1081, 1463.

-, Sir George (petition about debt), 1368.

Courtin, Monsieur de (Antoine de), Ambassador from France, Envoy Extraordinary, 225, 273, 303, 757.

Courts
-, see Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer, King's Bench, London (Lord Mayor), Westminster, Ecclesiastical.

-, circuits, 135.

-, Leet, 132.

-, Rolls, 1287.

Covell, Thomas, waiter, Bridlington, 262.

Coventry (co. Warwick) city, 274, 284.

-, -, park lease of, 52.

-, -, rent, 270, 563.

-, Receiver of Assessments
-, see Newsham, J.

Coventry, George, 3rd Lord Coventry of Aylesborough, 379.

-, Henry, Secretary of State, 36, 133, 140, 249, 305, 315, 331, 348, 369, 404, 427, 446, 453, 495, 543, 545, 546, 549, 564, 584, 607, 622, 643, 644, 677, 680, 738, 745, 759, 802, 834, 837, 842, 850, 860, 872, 893-4, 932, 934, 942, 1058, 1086, 1095, 1180, 1223, 1233, 1243, 1244, 1266, 1272, 1284, 1325, 1358
-, secret service, issues for, 79, 392, 572, 679, 704, 933, 1001, 1028, 1415, 1459, 1462, 1467
-, issues to (100l. per an.), 392, 704.

Coverham Monastery (co. Yorks), 1390.

Covert, Sir John, 1318.

Cow, Richard, 1428.

Coward
-, Col., of Suffolk
-, see Howard, Col. T., of Suffolk.

-, William, Recorder of Wells, 1301
-, Commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 197, 663, 1204, 1263, 1301.

Cowart
-, John (Colvile's debt to), 493, 1067
-, agent to Alum Farmers, 481.

Cowbit, chantry (co. Lincoln), 514.

Cowbridge (Glamorgan), 1235.

Cowell, Bonadventure, waiter, Torquay, 673, 1426.

Cowes (Isle of Wight), 104, 147, 171, 208, 214, 245, 648, 812, 817, 910, 1211, 1237.

Cowfold (co. Sussex), 1257.

Cowland port, 786.

Cowland, William, tidesman, Lynn, 633, 1002, 1420.

-, -, watchman [London], 352, 369.

Cowley, Robert, undersearcher, London, 647.

-, Roger, Collector of Four and a Half per cent., 774.

-, Thomas, undersearcher, London, 1002.

Cowling (co. Yorks), 718.

Cox (Coxe, Cocks), Anne, wife of Edward, co-heir of R. Sockerton, 237.

-, Capt. cooperage in the King's cellars, 388.

-, Dr., chaplain to the Princess of Holland, 817.

-, Edward, outlaw, 237.

-, -, messenger of the Chamber (son of John), 805.

-, John, messenger of the Chamber, 805.

-, -, boatman, Rochester, 673, 1426, 1456
-, Customer, Newcastle, 1002.

-, Sir John, children of, 1347, 1352.

-, Mr. (assignee of Wm. Gawen), 83.

-, Nathaniel, keeper of the Council Chamber, 774
-, Customer, Newcastle, 1002, 1162, 1456, 1457.

-, Lady Rachell, 557.

Coxen, Francis, waiter, Ramsgate, 357.

Coxhead, Richard, feltmaker, 196.

Cozin, Monsieur, payment, 289.

Cradock, Mathew, landwaiter, London, 633, 1421.

-, Thomas, bailiff of the bishopric of Durham, 744.

Craford
-, see Crawford.

Craftes, Lionel, ship freighter, 812.

Cragg, Robert, searcher for uncustomed goods, 1032.

Cramlington
-, (Cromblington), Nicholas, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1206
-, coal waiter, river Weare, 1206
-, waiter Sunderland, 312, 1304.

Cramond
-, Lord
-, see Richardson, H.

Cranbourne Walk, hay for deer, 1330.

Crane
-, Sir Francis, a trustee for Car, I., 238, 239, 542
-, Stoke Bruern Park, 658, 1085, 1086.

-, Mrs., Dresser to the Queen Consort, 43, 123, 223, 292, 323, 378, 528, 604, 716, 766, 895, 1006, 1058, 1430
-, lease, 618.

-, Richard, trustee for Car. I, 239, 542.

Cranfield, Edward, royal bounty for viewing garrisons, etc., Jamaica, 508, 562.

-, -, one of the King's Gentleman Ushers, 949.

Cranmer (Cranmore), Mrs., Dresser to the Queen Consort, 123, 223, 292, 323, 378, 528, 604, 716, 766, 895, 1006, 1058, 1430.

Cransley (Northampton), 325.

Crape, imports of, 732.

Crass, Mr., surety of B. Polstead, 79.

Cratford, Mr., 1193 (for Lord Byron's pension), 1240.

Craven
-, Lady
-, see Broughton, Mris., 1114.

-, William, Earl of Craven, 116, 249, 545, 643, 1407.

Crawford
-, (Craford), Earl of
-, see Lindsey, J.

-, Mr. (for George Kendal), 240.

-, William, of Ireland, merchant, 1036.

Crawley, Francis, receiver of Hearthmoney, Essex and Herts, 359, 360, 363, 642, 917.

-, Mr., debt (from B. Turner), 11.

-, Richard, Yeoman of the Guard, 847, 1070, 1093.

Creagh, Mr., merchant, 732, 1434.

Creation money, 1, 4, 21, 44, 113, 135, 148, 186, 234, 290, 296, 306, 328, 364, 425, 435, 436, 437, 466, 501, 503, 507, 520, 527, 537, 538, 560, 565, 568, 589, 591, 605, 606, 635, 636, 637, 652, 656, 670, 705, 706, 709, 714, 727, 765, 768, 779, 811, 819, 834, 848, 893, 894, 914, 930, 961, 968, 981, 989, 997, 1013, 1079, 1090, 1162, 1176, 1180, 1183, 1188, 1189, 1252, 1284, 1294, 1451, 1452, 1453, 1455, 1463, 1471.

Creed, Mr., keeper Dean Forest, 51, 244.

Creeting (Creetingham), co. Suffolk, 950, 1097.

Creighton, Mr. [officer? Customs], 23

Creisett, Capt., 1331.

Crequi, Duke of, Ambassador Extraordinary from France, 596, 613, 655, 663, 1417.

Cressett, Edward, a yeoman warder of the Tower, 848-9.

-, Richard, outlaw, 271.

-, Robert, receiver of the 17 Months' tax, co. Salop, 616
-, Receiver General of the 18 Months' tax, co. Salop, 1099
-, Receiver General of Poll, co. Salop, 953.

Creswell, Christopher, Customs officer, 76.

-, Mr., Customs officer, 443.

-, Richard, searcher, Gravesend, 216, 715, 743, 1429, 1432.

Crewe
-, Nathaniel
-, see Durham, Bishop of.

-, -, Alienation office, 1082.

Cribb, widow, smuggler, 1116.

Crick (Northants), 374.

Crimes, Humphrey, fee farm tenant, 374.

Crispe, John, executor of Sir N. Crispe, 1066.

-, Mr., accomptant to the late Excise farmers, 762.

-, Sir Nicholas, Customs farmer, 152, 474
-, collector outwards, London, 271, 680, 792, 1040, 1215, 1427
-, alum farm, 421, 424, 425, 428, 1066.

-, Thomas, executor of Sir N., 1066.

Croane, Mr. (Wine Act), 1405.

Crock
-, see Croke.

Crockford, John, limberman in harbour of Privy Buckhounds, 1123.

-, Mr., merchant, Minehead, 214.

Crocus canvas, 1232.

Crofts, Dame Briers, widow of Sir John, 387.

-, John, Cupbearer to the late King, debt to Ed. Christian, 129, 185, 212.

-, Sir John, bart, of Stow, Suffolk, 387.

-, Katherine, sister of William, Lord Crofts, house in Old Spring Gardens, 1168-9, 1469, 1473.

-, Ralph, of Appleton, co. Yorks, receiver of Poll, Northumberland, Durham, Newcastle, Berwick, 384, 537
-, grant out of arrears of Poll, Northumberland, Durham, Newcastle, Berwick, 384.

-, Roger, 200l. per an. out of salt, 226, 268, 411.

-, William, Lord Crofts, 3
-, Bedchamber, 460
-, pension, 26, 149, 266
-, house in Old Spring Gardens, 216, 1168-9, 1367.

Croke (Crock), Michael, ship master, 1192, 1221.

-, Sir Rob., Clerk of the Pipe, 41, 148, 243, 276, 415, 487, 517, 546, 803, 871, 990, 1056, 1197, 1215, 1235, 1252, 1253, 1303.

Cromblington
-, see Cramlington.

Crompton, William, merchant, 1194.

Cronstrom (Croonstrom), Abraham, of Stockholm, 916, 1267, 1297.

Croome, Dr., country Excise accomptant's office, 762.

Cros, Monsieur du, 1317.

Cross, chantry (Hereford), 377.

Cross, Thomas, tide surveyor, 215, 218.

Crosthwaite, Thomas, Deputy Auditor of Queen Mother's revenue, 237.

Crouch, Mr., seedsman, London, 1006.

Crouell, George, of Hull, 607.

Crow (Crowe), Christopher, deputy auditor for co. Berks, for the Queen Mother's revenues, 158, 237.

-, Col. (Portland manor), 1381.

-, Ralph, shipmaster, 1015.

-, Thomas, tenant, Essex, 340.

-, Capt. Thomas (Queenborough smack), 73, 277, 325, 1395.

Croweshall (co. Suffolk), 617.

Crowland monastery (co. Lincoln), 514

Crown, crowns (coin), 78.

- tavern (Bloomsbury), 610.

- Lands, concealments and discoveries of
-, see discoveries.

- -, grants and leases of (for in custodiam leases
-, see Custodiam), 131, 135, 140, 151, 191, 207, 211, 221, 234, 236, 237, 239, 247, 251, 271, 274, 275, 276, 279, 283, 284, 287, 301, 307, 316, 317, 324, 370-1, 379, 386, 403, 409, 517, 560, 563, 573, 576, 585, 612, 634, 644, 645, 650, 664, 707, 708, 725, 734, 810, 840, 882, 922, 927, 931, 973, 982, 990, 1016, 1056, 1106, 1109, 1163, 1166, 1173, 1180, 1184, 1301, 1303.

- -, grants of manors, 132.

- -, manors, names of
-, see Royal manors.

- -, revenues, arrears of, 258
-, Receivers of, 373
-, and see the separate counties.

- -, survey of
-, see Parliamentary survey.

- -, Surveyor of, 840
-, see Harbord, Sir C.
-, deputy to, see Fisher, T.

- -, trial about, 757.

- -, wastes, 712, 718.

-, Law suits
-, see Treasury Solicitor.

- Office, 1054
-, in the King's Bench, 524.

Croxton, Mrs., invention for weaving Point de Venise, 463.

Crucifixes
-, imports of
-, see Roman Catholic.

Cruffe, William, shipmaster, 367.

Cruft, George, tidesman, Poole, 633, 1135, 1211, 1420.

Crumpe (Crompe), Anthony, tenant of fee farms, 376.

-, Thomas (grant in trust for Sir J. Harrison), 153.

Crusoe, William, of the ship Phnix, 397.

Crust, Bennet, waiter, Saltash, 1300.

Cruttenden, James, tidesman, London, 357.

Cruys, Francis, a King's musician, 57, 275, 824, 1419.

Crystal, glasses of, 574.

Cubban, Richard, quaker, 1257.

Cuffe
-, Sir James 792
-, promise of pension on Irish estate, 398, 503
-, Commissioner to the Farmers of the revenue, Ireland, 180.

Culbertine
-, see Lace.

Culcheth, Jeffrey, merchant, 1194.

Cullenagh (barony, Ireland, Queen's County), 508.

Cullercoates (Northumberland), 677, 1205.

Culliford, Robert, officer, Southampton port, 208, 817.

-, William, register of seizures, 25, 57, 68, 143, 447, 456-7, 468, 469, 470, 593, 629, 683, 685, 703, 773, 875, 972, 1060, 1074, 1153, 1207, 1261, 1303, 1343, 1402, 1407, 1427, 1463.

Culvin (West Meath), 1198.

Cumberland
-, Duke of
-, see Prince Rupert.

Cumberland county, 213, 980, 992, 1002, 1065, 1262.

-, -, Excise (Turner, B.), subfarm, 862, 903, 1064, 1115, 1260.

-, -, quakers, 1256.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues see Lancashire, J.
-, auditor see Seymour, Sir J.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments
-, see Basire, J.

-, -, sheriffs, 639, 1039.

-, -, tolls, 217 [probably on cattle], 1110.

Cumings (Cuming, Cummyns, Commins), Edward, tidesman, London, 348, 813, 1197.

Curle (Curll), Sir Walter, baronet fee, 1041, 1058.

Curragh (Ireland), 517.

Currants, 629, 1101.

Curry Mallet (co. Somerset), 734, 990, 1173, 1204.

Currynemought (Ireland), 1011.

Curson (Curzon), Agnes, earl of Rochester's debt to, 1371.

-, Mr., lease (temp. Eliz.), 510.

-, Nathaniel, commissioner for wine licences, 254-5, 816, 1262, 1443.

Curteene, Thomas, Ireland, navy act proposal, 974.

Curtis, Thomas, lease, Cornwall, 317, 576.

Curtistown (co. Meath), 892.

Curtius, Sir William, Resident with the Princes of Germany (1652), 1388.

Curwen, Katherine (creditor of A. Duckett), 152.

Cusack, Mr. (pirate), 13, 153, 635, 911.

Cust
-, Sir Richard, baronet fee, 753, 1435, 1441, 1442
-, surety of J. Rogers, 1096.

Custis [Edmund of Zealand], tin at Ostend, 13.

Custodiam leases of outlaws' and other estates, 152, 159, 234, 237, 247, 250, 271, 381, 382, 403, 409, 526, 711, 747, 780, 807, 917, 924, 973, 1049, 1173, 1175, 1242, 1302.

- -, Ireland
-, see Ireland.

Customary lands
-, 937
-, tenants, 301.

Customs, England.

-, -, accounts, 29, 153, 299, 382, 642, 673, 987, 1306
-, method of accounts, 729-3, 1202-4, 1464
-, accounts of value of the Customs, 852, 855.

-, -, Acts, 843.

-, -, ad valorem duties, 112.

-, -, allowances on ships lost or captured, 800.

-, -, -, on great ships privately built
-, see Ships.

-, -, arrears and debts to the King, 626.

-, -, bills of exchange, 67.

-, -, bonds, 22, 23, 44, 53
-, chest for bonds and certificates, 379
-, for wine and tobacco bonds see Wine
-, Tobacco.

-, -, books, 729-30.

-, -, Book of Rates, 643, 702, 729, 739, 896, 1015, 1042, 1131, 1139.

-, -, Book of Tares, 206.

-, -, breaking bulk, rules as to, 784.

-, -, Cashier (Receiver General and Cashier) (see Mounteney, R., Kent, R., and Customs payments), 112, 119, 1186, 1202-4
-, new year's gift to, 834
-, office and officers of, 723
-, paying for pressing men in the ports, 1108
-, Richard Kent's undertaking as to Customs payments, 856, 1203.

-, -, certificates, 53
-, for imports shipped out, 379.

-, -, charge on, 846.

-, -, clerk for merchant strangers' bills
-, see Howell, J., Wellen, N., Austen, E.

-, -, coast bonds, 206.

-, -, Coinage duty
-, see Mint.

-, -, Commissions for setting out ports
-, see Customs (England ports).

-, -, Commissioners passim
-, names of, Nov., 1675 (Temple, Sir R., Dering, Sir E., Downing, Sir G., Lowther, Sir W., Cheyne, C., Millington, F., Upton, J.)
-, 1677, Nov., 769, 1202, 1464 (Temple, Sir R., Dering, Sir E., Lawley, Sir F., Downing, Sir G., Lowther, Sir W., Cheny, C., Millington, F.)
-, 1678-9, Feb., 1219 (Temple, Sir R., Dering, Sir E., Lawley, Sir F., Downing, Sir G., Osborne, C., Cheyne, C., Millington, F.)
-, instructions to (including changes of Customs establishments in the various ports), 111-2, 146, 214, 245, 287, 346, 356, 386, 388, 526, 625-7, 728-30, 784, 956-7, 1078, 1093-4, 1141-2, 1212-3, 1247-8, 1438, 1463
-, assessing to the various assessments, 846
-, to have copies of the Lord Treasurer's orders relating to Customs affairs, 386.

-, -, Comptroller General of Accounts of (see Lytcott, G.), 72, 379, 729, 915, 1285, 1308
-, regulations for office of, 40
-, extension of office of by the inclusion of Plantation accounts, 1296.

-, -, debentures, 112, 171, 745
-, for drawback on tobacco, 146, 999
-, for debentures on exported corn see Corn.

-, -, decline of receipts from, 548.

-, -, dispute as to patent searcher's office, 447
-, and see Gravesend.

-, -, districts or surveys North, 112, 206, 504
-, North West, 112, 609
-, Western, 908.

-, -, duties (see guns), aliens' duties, or strangers' duties or double duties, 172, 223, 232, 235, 287, 519, 626, 886, 1017, 1108
-, native duties or English duties or single duties, 224, 235, 357, 608, 727, 745.

-, -, establishment, 722-3
-, retrenchments in, 312.

-, -, Farm and Farmers to 1667, Sept., 666 (Crispe, Sir N., Harrison, Sir J., Jacob, Sir J., Shaw, Sir J., Wolstenholme, Sir J.), 10, 70, 152-3, 666
-, frauds of, 67
-, from 1667, Sept., to 1671, Sept. (Backwell, E., Millington, F., Shaw, Sir J., Turner, Sir E., Vyner, Sir R., Wolstenholme, Sir J.), 67, 214, 286, 1336
-, accounts, 286, 1025-6, 1407, 1408, 1459, 1468
-, loans to the Navy, 631
-, payments to, 631
-, wine and vinegar duty included in their collection, 1025-6, 1188
-, ineffectual farm from 1671, Sept. (Bence, J., Bennett, Sir J., Black, G., Bucknall, R., Bucknall, Sir W., Doyley, Sir W., Howard, Sir R., Guy, H., Man, J., Roberts, W., St. John, Lord), advance money liquidated by fee farms, 700-1, 706.

-, -, fees, 648, 680, 1167, 1314.

-, -, fines, recovery of, 666.

-, -, frauds (smuggling), 13, 112, 273, 294, 494-5, 633, 785, 840, 855, 958, 1109, 1115-6, 1451
-, and see Seizures, Customs (England, prohibited).

-, -, frauds by Customs officers, 122, 171, 172, 208, 215, 216, 312, 319, 530, 792, 828, 956, 1372
-, and see Poole (port).

-, -, free goods, form of warrant for delivery of, 71, 99, 110.

-, -, free imports
-, see Paper, Guernsey, London (coal).

-, -, free ships, 51
-, for making ships free see naturalizing.

-, -, great Customs, London port (wool, hides, leather, tin, lead) 387-8, 403
-, comptroller of see Needler, J.

-, -, House, 44, 183-4, 206, 382, 411, 1233, 1344
-, Custom House Walk, 626
-, ground and wharves, 153, 626, 738, 1142
-, ground rent for, 458, 459, 709, 762, 771
-, and see Cope, A., J., M.
-, cooperage in, 388
-, notices affixed to, 183-4
-, office for merchants' bills, 219
-, officers see London (port officers)
-, Custom House temporarily in Mark Lane after the fire, 153.

-, -, impost wines or bills (see Maydwell, S.), 7, 21, 37, 100, 107, 150, 205, 509, 680, 856, 902, 1197, 1291.

-, -, licences, 1102.

-, -, loans on, 302, 364, 763, 793, 898, 1076, 1346.

-, -, management allowances under the stoppage scheme, 117-8.

-, -, messenger attending, 1035.

-, -, officers, 729
-, list of, 518
-, securities, 111, 956-7
-, patent officers, 40.

-, -, -, London, blank books for, 107, 504, 900, 1187, 1246
-, salaries, 2, 101, 177, 264, 338, 498, 578, 670, 755, 868, 955, 1037, 1123, 1199
-, for names of the officers see London (port officers).

-, -, -, outports, 184, 729
-, list of, 518
-, blank books for, 107, 504, 900, 1187, 1246
-, quarterly books, 1020, 1037
-, salaries, 101, 123, 127, 208, 236, 264, 338, 378, 498, 518, 579, 624, 669, 671, 676, 755, 793, 872, 955, 968, 1037, 1125, 1156, 1199, 1420, 1440, 1467, 1468
-, outports Customers' accounts, 171
-, remitting money to London, 1074
-, joining tallies for moneys paid into the Exchequer
-, see Exchequer (Court Chamberlain)
-, fees to the King's Remembrancer for passing outports Customers' accounts, 101, 355, 504, 878, 1187, 1246.

-, -, one per cent. duty
-, see Navigation.

-, -, payments out of, regulations for course of payments of tallies and orders, 548, 847, 853, 856, 858, 926, 1108
-, regulations for course of weekly payments to the Navy, etc., 261, 670, 752, 844, 856, 1041, 1307
-, individual payments made out of or charged upon the Customs by tallies or orders. (Throughout this volume the Customs office was used as a species of subordinate pay office by the Treasury. The transaction took one of two forms
-, either a Treasury warrant was issued to the Customs Cashier to pay so much to such a person : in this case, firstly, the warrant was sent to the Customs Cashier, then, secondly, a tally on the Customs was struck in the Exchequer and delivered to the payee, then, thirdly, when the tally came in its course of payment the payee presented his tally to the Customs Cashier and got his money. If it was desired to get a tally paid quickly and before its course a separate letter was sent to the Customs Cashier to promise him interest on the advance. If the formality of a tally was not employed, the Customs Cashier paid directly on the mere authorisation of the Treasury warrant. The second form adopted was to instruct the Customs Cashier to pay so much into the Exchequer for such a person or purpose and the payment out of such money by the Exchequer followed the ordinary Exchequer forms. In this second method the Secretary of the Treasury despatched a letter, merely, to the Customs Cashier to pay in, and concurrently to the Auditor of the Receipt to pay out. But of course all such payments presume a prior privy seal and Treasury warrant. Individual cases where this latter constitutional guarantee was violated are noted in the body of the volume), 1, 2, 6-11, 14, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23, 29, 33, 37-40, 44, 51, 53, 57, 67, 69, 73, 83, 85, 87, 99-102, 104, 106-9, 113-5, 119-20, 122-3, 129, 137-40, 143, 145, 147-50, 155-8, 163-4, 167-70, 172-4, 177-8, 180, 187-92, 199-201, 204-5, 208-9, 211-2, 215, 217, 221, 223, 225, 227-8, 230-1, 233-4, 237, 240-1, 246, 248-9, 253, 256-8, 260-1, 264-7, 270-2, 274-5, 277, 279-83, 285-6, 288-9, 291-300, 302-7, 310, 314, 318-9, 321-3, 327-31, 334-6, 338-9, 343-4, 346-8, 352-5, 357-65, 369, 382-6, 388-95, 397, 399, 401-2, 405, 407-9, 414-5, 418, 432, 436, 449-51, 469, 476, 498 500-4, 506-10, 516, 518-25, 527-9, 533-5, 537-9, 546-53, 554-5, 558, 560-8, 570, 572, 574-9, 581-3, 585-96, 602-6, 608-9, 612, 614, 619-20, 622-5, 628, 632-3, 635-47, 649, 651-63, 665, 667, 669-71, 673, 675-82, 685-90

Cratford, Mr., 1193 (for Lord Byron's pension), 1240.

Craven
-, Lady
-, see Broughton, Mris., 1114.

-, William, Earl of Craven, 116, 249, 545, 643, 1407.

Crawford
-, (Craford), Earl of
-, see Lindsey, J.

-, Mr. (for George Kendal), 240.

-, William, of Ireland, merchant, 1036.

Crawley, Francis, receiver of Hearthmoney, Essex and Herts, 359, 360, 363, 642, 917.

-, Mr.,

-, -, pensions on the Customs, 29.

-, -, petty Customs farms
-, see lobsters, logwood, wood, Berilia, potashes, coal, salt, timber, deals, glass, earthenware
-, see also revenue (petty).

-, -, places, validity of grants of, 356
-, selling of, 7.

-, -, Plantation business
-, see Plantation : clerk for, 659.

-, -, port bonds, 1404.

-, -, ports, Acts relating to setting out of, 295
-, Commissions for setting out of, 166, 205, 264, 295-6, 318, 328, 330, 398, 854, 1207.

-, -, -, one port making up shortage in debenture money to another port, 112.

-, -, prohibited goods, Acts relating to, 252, 392
-, and see Assessments (Poll)
-, seizures of, 129, 232, 235, 412, 413, 648, 535, 539, 568, 569, 593, 602, 607, 648, 652, 710, 792, 801, 870, 919, 969, 989-90, 1032, 1109, 1211, 1212, 1251, 1262
-, Commissions for seizures of, 108, 114, 372, 381, 388, 445, 536, 811, 629, 633, 667, 785, 811, 1032, 1086, 1185, 1376.

-, -, prohibition of export of particular goods, 104.

-, -, prohibition of import of French goods
-, see Assessments (Poll).

-, -, quarters of, 360, 564-5, 566.

-, -, quays and setting out of ports
-, see Customs (England ports).

-, -, Receiver General see Customs (England Cashier).

-, -, Register, 915
-, of seizures and appraisements, office of, 456-7
-, and see Culliford, W.

-, -, riots, 730, 758, 891.

-, -, seal of the Custom House, 208.

-, -, searchers' clearing bills, 522.

-, -, secretary to, 171, 176, 955, 1000
-, see Bertie, V.
-, clerk to, see Sansom, J.
-, clerk to, for Plantation business, 659.

-, -, seizures see seizures and Customs (England, prohibited).

-, -, setting out ports see ports.

-, -, ships' passes see sea (passes)
-, naturalizing ships see Naturalizing
-, allowances on ships privately built see ships.

-, -, Solicitor to Commissioners of Customs, 388, 730, 927, 1093
-, see Prowse, R.

-, -, surveys see Customs (England Districts).

-, -, Surveyors General see Dunstar, G., Osborne, C.
-, for the north west coast see Kirkby, W., Clement, J.
-, instructions to the Surveyors, 205-6.

-, -, transires or let pass, 206.

-, -, tunnage and poundage act, 957.

-, -, weekly certificates, 1207
-, weekly payments see Customs (England, payments).

-, -, wool see wool
-, Customs of see Great Customs.

-, Ireland, 789.

-, -, farm (Marcus Browne, et al.), 73
-, for the Customs farm generally see Ireland (revenue farm).

-, -, houses and repairs, 465.

-, -, officers, 369, 381, 386.

-, -, payments charged on, 102, 807.

-, -, Surveyor General of see Dillon, Col. C., Foliot, Mr.

-, Plantations
-, see Plantations generally.

-, -, officers for, in London port, 83, 386.

Custos Brevium, grant of office of to the Countess of Lichfield, 466.

Cutler, Jeremy, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205.

-, Sir John, receiver of fee farms Notts and Derby, 350.

Cutlers
-, see Hallamshire.

Cyprus, 99.

- powder, 601, 612.