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Raban, Thomas, Deputy Auditor of Crown Revenues, 237, 425, 426, 536, 645, 844, 931, 935, 1062, 1179, 1214, 1238, 1240, 1254, 1268, 1292, 1473.

Raby, Charles, yeoman pricker of the Harriers, 1176.

Raby Castle (Durham), 211.

Radburne, Mr., petition, 23.

Radcliffe (co. Lancs.), 1257.

Radford (Ratford), Edward, shipmaster, 1222.

-, John, Barbados soldier, 808.

-, Mr., suit against, 524.

-, Rawleigh, landwaiter, Bristol, 1000.

-, Richard, shipmaster, 1232.

Radnage (co. Bucks) manor, 1047.

Radnor county, 927, 1144, 1181.

- -, receivers, commissioners, solicitors, etc., of taxes
-, see Lloyd, J., Stradling, M.

Ragois Benigne, a King's trumpeter, 1371.

Raifes
-, Mr.
-, see Ralph.

Rainbolt [? Rombout] William, a painter from Rotterdam, 214.

Raines
-, see Reymes.

Rainham (Essex), 340-1.

Rainsford
-, see Raynesford.

Raisins, imports, 172.

Ralph (Raifes), William, lease of Blockhouse Fields, 40, 207, 221, 262, 486, 488, 859, 1302.

Ramsey
-, Serjeant John, 67, 122, 138, 151, 203, 209, 285, 358, 439, 452, 485, 491, 517, 603, 720, 770, 799, 832, 835, 908, 966, 973, 980, 983, 1065, 1069, 1089, 1103, 1109, 1167, 1176, 1201, 1214, 1327, 1455, 1472
-, Treasury solicitor, 274, 363, 367, 699, 770, 782, 803, 821, 910, 997, 1065, 1200, 1221, 1427, 1433
-, Taxes agent, 684
-, Wadlow's account, 95
-, waiter Berwick, 954.

Ramsey (co. Huntingdon), 1257.

Ramsgate (Kent), 357, 516.

-, fishermen petition, 97.

Ranby Frith (co. Lincoln), 515.

Randolph
-, Giles, tidesman, Dover, 288
-, surveyor Deal, 1211.

-, Mr., seizer of prohibited goods, 381.

-, Edward, an express to New England, 28, 150
-, obnoxious to people, 784
-, collector, Plantation duty Maine and New Hampshire, 1089
-, ditto, New England, 1023, 1092, 1142, 1359.

Randu, Theodore, Page of the Bedchamber, 121, 926.

Ranelagh
-, Earl of
-, see Jones, R.

Raneu (Ranew, Rannew, Reneu), Peter, of London, merchant, 1004-5, 1009.

-, Thom., royal bounty to (building ships of stone), 478.

Ranston (co. Dorset), 953.

Ranton, George, assignment to, 1236.

Rape, pardon for, 804.

- of the Sabines in brass [relief], 679.

Rappahannock River (Virginia), 347.

Rashleigh
-, Jno. (certificate), 559
-, lands Plymouth, 825.

-, Philip (certificate), 559.

Rates
-, books of, bills of
-, see Customs.

Ratford
-, see Radford.

Rathdown barony, co. Dublin, 884.

Ratteen (stuff), 816.

Raven, Thomas, merchant of Yarmouth, 752.

Ravenscroft, Thomas, keeper of the Council Chamber, 45, 58, 364, 639, 642, 1418.

Ravensor, Richard, chantry (co. Lincoln), 514.

Ravensthorpe (co. Northampton), 799.

Ravenstone (co. Bucks), 628.

Rawcliffe (Yorks), 405.

Rawe, Richard, lease Kennington, 298.

-, William, lease, Cornwall, 250.

Rawkins, Mr., secret service, 1327, 1334.

Rawlins (Rawlings), Anthony, creditor of J. Lindsey, 1396.

-, Edward, Customs officer. Cowes, 208, 227
-, false certificate, 48.

-, John, receiver of the Seventeen Months' tax, co. Derby, 437, 615, 1031
-, ditto of Poll money, ibid, 949, 1240, 1454.

-, Mr. (manor purchase), 422.

Rawson, William, assaulting revenue officer, 22.

Ray (Roy, Rey), Mary, daughter of Thomas, lease, Maidenhead, 151, 201.

-, Thomas, felon, 151, 201.

Rayfes
-, Raifes
-, see Ralph.

Raylton manor, 1281.

Raymond
-, Mr. (Counsel), of Grays Inn, 434
-, for Lord Gerard, 722, 901, 932.

-, Thomas, a King's waiter, London, 209, 368, 582, 585, 697, 782, 823, 873, 961, 1020, 1062, 1133, 1221, 1268, 1298
-, grant of estate, Essex, 340
-, Law farm, 500.

Raynsford (Rainsford, Ransford), Capt. Francis, recruits for St. Christopher, 783, 1439, 1440.

-, Richard, Hearthmoney, Northampton, 506, 674.

-, Sir Rich., Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench, 55, 135, 209, 381, 638, 1041, 1189, 1239
-, pension, 1024, 1182, 1458, 1459.

Raynton (co. Salop), 1097.

Read
-, (Reed), Lady Alisimon, petition, 58
-, (Sir John's fine), 269.

-, Charles, receiver of Lennox lands, Yorks, 875.

-, Capt. James, pension, 87, 189, 294, 385, 433, 591, 787, 1010, 1397.

-, John, shipmaster, 1090.

-, Sir John, fining for sheriff, 269.

-, Robert, Serjeant at Arms, 177, 188, 715.

-, William, shipmaster, 924.

Reader, Robert, of Baddow, Essex, 735.

Reading gaol, 187.

-, stablekeeper at
-, see Welbeck, R.

Reape, Ferdinando, 994-5.

Receivers General
-, 4
-, and see Assessments and separately under each county.

-, accounts and discharges, 28, 71, 489.

-, arrears and debts to the King, 491, 493-4.

-, County pensions
-, see Fee farms (county).

-, fees and allowance, 1354.

-, paying or discharged of 12 per cent. charge for keeping the King's money in their hands, 7, 11, 25, 134, 138, 227, 493, 496, 606, 773, 964, 1210, 1226, 1288, 1290, 1308
-, Act for (20 Car. II), 626.

Records
-, see Trade, Rolls, Privy Council.

-, in the Tower, Keeper of
-, see May, Sir A.

Recusants, Act of 3 James I., 244.

-, Commissioners and commissions for convictions of, 59, 149, 256, 645, 678, 713, 794, 1128, 1315.

-, convictions and debts of, 55, 207, 244, 258, 678, 993, 1029, 1164, 1169, 1172, 1383, 1430, 1458, 1459.

- estates, 237.

-, fines of 20l. per month, 59, 244, 1029
-, King taking two-thirds of their lands in place of such fines, 59, 100, 244, 678-9, 1029, 1315.

-, names of, 1256-7.

-, prosecutions of, 59, 356, 383, 1029, 1460
-, method and poor effect of, 59
-, revenue from, 915
-, charges on revenue from, 1195
-, non-prosecution of late years, 1383.

-, protections of, 584.

-, roll, 1383.

-, seizures and profits, 87, 256, 940, 1024, 1029, 1104, 1132, 1282.

-, sheriffs slack in prosecuting, 59.

Red Lion (Holborn), 1067.

Redbridge ("Radbergh") Hundred (co. Southampton), 169.

Redding, Edward, tidesman, London, 145, 171.

-, Sir R., Ireland, lighthouse dues, 197.

Redemption of captives
-, see Barbary and Slaves, Tripoli.

Redman, John, shipmaster, 297.

-, Robt., prizes account, 1302.

Redwood, John, a groom litterman, 267, 532, 705, 931.

Reeves
-, (Reeve, Reve), Sir George, 452
-, royal bounty to, 657, 699, 823, 895, 1034, 1424, 1426, 1445.

-, Mr., goldsmith, 13
-, see Ryves R.

-, Richard, receiver of the Eighteen Months' tax, London and Middlesex, 61, 134, 148, 270, 454, 522, 1050.

-, Robert (Navy Bill), 497, 1366.

-, -, Commissioner for Wine Licences, 1186.

-, -, quaker, 1256.

-, William, surety of J. Hill, 1217.

Register in Chancery
-, see Chancery.

- for sea passes
-, see Sea.

Registering
-, see Assignments (Poll).

Registers [? of Loans, etc.], 1404, 1405.

Reimes
-, see Reymes.

Relfe Jo., underclerk of the House of Lords, 1380.

Reliefs
-, see Rape, Marble, Statues.

Religion, established, disaffection to, 319.

Reneu
-, see Raneu.

Rents, fall of, 366.

Requests
-, Masters of, 433, 586, 725, 1035
-, see Birkenhead, Sir J., Glascock, Sir W., Cotterell, Sir C., Povey, T.

-, Court of, 1152.

Reresby
-, Sir John, Justice of the Peace, Yorks, 137, 417, 418, 420
-, Governor of Bridlington, 981, 1038, 1149, 1162, 1283, 1453.

Restoration, services towards, 790.

Retorick, Richard, tidesman, London, 1218.

Reve
-, see Reeves.

Revel, John, waiter, Dale, 957.

Revels (see King's revels) and masques, 6.

-, Master of, 453
-, see Herbert, Sir H., Killigrew, T., Killigrew, Sir C. [?].

-, office, issues for, 671.

-, yeoman of
-, see Harris, H.

Revenue and expenditure, arrears, 226, 258.

-, charge upon, 1404.

-, debts before Danby's time paid by Danby, 853.

-, scheme of revenue and expenditure (and see estimates), 456, 480, 838, 850.

-, scheme or order for retrenchment (including payments ordered in accordance with such scheme), 31, 34, 38, 41, 49, 50, 57, 58, 61, 63, 64, 65, 73, 74, 75, 78, 84, 97, 98, 116-8, 188, 260, 263, 265, 266, 270, 271, 274, 277, 285, 291, 294, 296, 299, 300, 335, 365, 433, 438, 447, 455, 470, 476, 501, 586, 1359, 1393, 1397
-, suspension of pensions (from 1675-6, Jan. 1 to 1677, Mar. 31), 476, 485, 553, 1359, 1464
-, cases of exception from this suspension, 79, 253, 256, 258, 371, 479, 1393
-, subsequent payment of suspension money, 843, 844.

-, shortages on parliamentary grants, 853.

-, shortness of revenue and urgent occasions for loans, advances, etc., 143, 144, 449.

-, small branches of, 50, 852, 898
-, farm of (and see Customs, petty), 29, 839
-, payments charged on the small branches, 69, 72, 1093, 1116, 1141, 1147, 1182, 1187, 1189, 1222, 1253, 1282, 1305.

-, soliciting for revenue
-, see Treasury (solicitor).

Rewse. See Rouse.

Rey. See Ray.

Reymes (Reimes, Raines, Raynes), Anthony, surety of J. Hill, 1217.

-, Bullen, surety of G. Pley, 245, 370, 587, 626, 923, 936, 1069.

-, Col., father of Bullen, 936.

-, Derick, shipmaster, 351, 781, 799, 920, 1104, 1148.

Reyners, Bastiaen, shipmaster, 656.

Reynolds, Francis, pension of 200l. per an. (Worcester fight), 469, 737, 760, 989, 1435.

-, -, son of Francis, pension, 737.

-, Richard, tin, Cornwall, 922.

Rhine, the, 273.

Rhode Island, grant to, 283.

-, Governor of, 1089, 1464.

Rhodes, Daniel, collector, Boston port, 296, 312.

-, Richard, of Otley, Yorks, 923.

Rhubarb imports, 1120, 1133, 1382.

Ribbons, imports, 412.

Riccard
-, see Richards.

Rich, Sir Charles, bart., 187.

-, Christopher, 1195.

-, Edward, twenty-seventh Earl of Warwick and Earl Holland, creation money, 709, 727, 1430.

-, Sir Edwin, 187.

-, Mr., 289.

-, Mr., Justice of Southwark, 89, 90.

-, Nathaniel, of Stondon, 187.

-, Sir Robert, of Stondon, 187.

Richards (Richard, Riccard), Edward, searcher for uncustomed goods, 355.

- John, Clerk to the Council for Trade and Plantations (1672), 289, 308.

Richardson, Henry, third Lord [Richardson of] Cramond, 1088.

-, John, quaker, 1256.

-, Lionel, seizer of tin, 1137.

-, Nicholas, tidesman, Shields, 980.

-, Samuel, Irish farmers arrears commission, 535.

-, Tho., commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle port, 1205.

-, William, tidesman, Shields, 980.

-, -, keeper of Newgate gaol, 828, 1367.

-, -, Commissioner for Assessments, Yorks, 905.

Richaut, John, debt to Weymans, 534.

Richbell, Edward, Irish revenue farm, 162, 173.

Richmond
-, Archdeaconry, 875
-, receiver of Crown Lands for
-, see Norton, Major.

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

- Fee (Kendal Barony), 875, 1344.

-, Great Park, 149
-, see New Park.

- Herald
-, see St. George, H.

- (Surrey), 589, 1048.

Rickmansworth (Herts), 1385.

Rider, Anthony, underkeeper of Records of Council [for Trade], 364, 405.

-, Nathen, shipmaster, 358.

-, Rich., Master Carpenter to the Works, 411, 895, 1311, 1445.

-, William, Irish revenue farm, 42, 58, 67, 162, 173, 477, 479, 483-4, 494, 495, 496, 837, 840, 841, 843, 860.

Riding (a custom), commonly called skiminton, 126, 250.

Ridley, Mrs., petition, 40.

-, Thomas, waiter, Stockton, 1242, 1285.

Riga (Russia), 970, 1024, 1146, 1341, 1352.

Rigby, Edward, surety of J. Starkey, 1099.

Rigg, Henry, wounded in the West Indies, 557.

Ringcurran (co. Cork), 1241.

Riots, 102, 126, 167, 250, 330, 537, 559, 608, 804, 955.

Ripley (co. Yorks), 406.

Ripon (co. Yorks), 113, 405.

Ripple Marsh (Barking, Essex), 340.

Ripton Regis (co. Huntingdon), 1257.

Rise (co. Yorks), 136.

Rivers
-, Earl
-, see Savage, T.

- (Ryvers), Thomas, coastwaiter, 370.

-, William, land carriageman, London, 750, 1053.

Rivet, Jonathan, commissioner for spoils, New Forest, 303, 410.

Rivington, Richard, bond to the Queen Mother, 282.

Roadam, Robert, commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205.

Roane, Thomas, surety of J. Chetwynd, 615, 951.

Roanoke
-, see Albemarle Company.

Robart
-, Robartes
-, see Roberts.

Robbers, burglars, etc., proclamation for arrest of, 154, 390, 420, 828, 872, 949, 1356, 1367.

Roberts (Robart, Robartes), Alexander, searcher for uncustomed goods, 1032.

- (Robarts), Anthony, of the King's music, 34, 174, 645, 824, 1326, 1329, 1419.

-, Carola, daughter of Major Francis and her mother, pension to, 1367.

-, Daniel, shipmaster, 311.

-, Edward (referee, Ireland), 792.

-, -, riot, 537.

-, Francis, a King's waiter, London, 209, 368, 582, 585, 697, 782, 824, 873, 961, 1020, 1062, 1133, 1221, 1268, 1298.

-, Major Francis, killed in the Commonwealth, 1367.

-, James (ship), 648.

-, John, of Newhaven, 958.

-, Joseph, of All Saints, Canterbury (riot), 126, 250.

- (Robartes), Lady, 964, 1331
-, goods for, 913.

-, Mr., Lord Kingston's lands, Ireland, 139.

- (Robarts), William, Receiver of the Honor of Windsor (including payments to for the building at Windsor Castle), 46, 83, 149, 158, 202, 215, 237, 242-3, 267, 350, 354, 361, 424, 499, 823, 963, 1036, 1047, 1060, 1128, 1164-5, 1183, 1405.

-, William, Excise farmer, 830, 903, 1402
-, deceased, 1178.

-, Sir William, 454
-, surety of W. Oakes, 1248-9
-, baronet fee, 248.

Robes, annual expense of under the stoppage scheme, 117.

-, establishment (5,000l. per an.), 44, 1160.

-, Master of (see Godolphin, S., Hyde, L.), issues to for the Robes, 10, 42, 44, 89, 124, 126, 221, 222, 233, 450, 521, 618, 632, 649, 656, 665, 679, 747, 856, 1035, 1042, 1052, 1206, 1253.

Robins, Mr., payment, 289.

-, Walter, lease, 316, 576, 666, 1415, 1424.

-, -, son of Walter, 666.

Robinson, Bernard, shipmaster, 1017, 1032.

-, Mris. Dorothy (Post office), 75, 1383
-, petition, 455.

-, Frances, messuage, Maidenhead, 151.

-, George, surety of T. Ennis, 957
-, clerk to Prettyman, First Fruits, 1358.

-, Henry (Post office), 75, 1383.

-, -, shipmaster, 1108, 1146.

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

-, -, tenant, London, 341.

-, -, Groom of the Great Chamber to the Queen, 200, 275, 521, 635, 761, 918, 988, 1091, 1420.

-, John (a kinsman of Sir John), secret service, 1326, 1330
-, Gentleman gaoler, and deputy Gentleman Porter of the Tower, 849.

-, Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower and Deputy Constable of the Tower, 41, 54, 80, 295, 395, 411, 450, 485, 492, 493, 659, 701, 714, 732, 848-9, 878, 911, 913, 938, 1079, 1216, 1293, 1345, 1377, 1390, 1430, 1449, 1473.

-, Mr., petition, 63
-, searcher Gravesend, 1430.

-, Metcalfe, Justice of the Peace, Yorks, 417, 418.

-, Nicholas, Constable of Winchcombe, wheelwright, arrest of robbers, 390
-, suppression of tobacco, 330, 346, 356, 1378
-, searcher, Gloucester, 356, 925.

-, Ric., Justice of the Peace, Yorks, 418.

-, -, a King's musician (flute and sackbut), 1013, 1457.

-, Stephen, tidesman, London, 367.

-, William, surety of N. Smith, 1099.

-, -, Engineer and Director General of Forts, Ireland, 1301
-, Superintendent General of the King's buildings, Ireland, 620.

-, -, deputy of Sir W. Doyly for Hearthmoney, Surrey, 151.

-, -, to search for uncustomed goods, 263, 413, 1211.

Robson, Mr. (Sir E. Wood), 907.

Rochelle
-, see La Rochelle.

Rochester
-, Earl of
-, see Wilmot, J.

Rochester (Kent), 245, 357, 398, 626, 638, 673, 744, 948, 980.

-, Bishop of
-, (see Dolben, J.).

-, -, Lord Almoner, 1238.

-, Dean, 637, 702.

Rochford Hundred (Essex), 309.

Rock, Lucas, shipmaster, 216.

-, Nicholas, sheriff of Pembroke, 258.

Rockers
-, see King Car. I.

Rockingham Forest (Northants), 406-7.

-, Langley and Hassocks, 406.

Rodney, George, brick out of his land in New Forest, 21, 490, 921, 1448.

Rodriguez, Gomez, 589.

Roe, Tho., doorkeeper to the (1672) Council for Trade and Plantations, 308.

Roetiers, John, graver to the Mint, 1264.

-, Joseph, graver to the Mint, 1264.

-, Phillip, graver to the Mint, 1264.

Roffey, James, Law duty farm, 566, 578, 600, 624, 634, 749-50, 928.

Rogers, Ann (ne Pendrell), wife of John, pension, 647, 782, 869, 988, 1160, 1338.

-, Bryan, assaymaster of tin, Cornwall, 1307.

-, Edward, of Newhaven, 958.

-, Francis, surety of E. Bertie, 403.

-, -, Page of the Bedchamber, petition, 61, 120, 926
-, keeper of the standing Wardrobe, Whitehall, 302.

-, James, petition, 62.

-, John, of the King's music, 174, 362
-, the King's lutenist, 1338
-, lease, Salop, 647, 782.

-, -, pension, husband of Ann, 869, 988, 1160, 1226, 1292, 1429, 1436, 1439.

-, -, searcher, Yarmouth, 363, 533, 744.

-, -, Receiver General of the Eighteen Months', co. Lincoln, 1096
-, ditto of Poll, ibid, 951, 1451.

Rogueby, Benjamin, merchant, Cadiz, 1133.

Rolfe, Henry, fee farm tenant, 374.

-, Roger, fee farm tenant, 374.

Rolle (Roll), Denis, goods for, 788, 1439.

-, Sir Francis, commissioner for spoils, New Forest, 410.

-, Robert, commissioner for spoils, New Forest, 410.

Rolls
-, Master of, 3
-, see Grimston, Sir H., 1358.

-, -, fees out of the Hanaper, 578.

-, -, impost wines to, 150, 365.

- (Chapel), clerks and records at the, 283, 787, 937.

- -, -, domus Conversorum, 1358.

Roman Catholics (and see Recusants and Test Act), 1375, 1389.

- - books, 1162.

- - conspiracy, 1123.

- -, dangerous Papists, 1162.

- -, disarming, 1123.

- - estates forfeited for becoming a Roman Catholic priest, 229.

- - forfeited bonds for educating children abroad, 581.

- -, imports of crucifixes and reliques, 638, 870.

- -, lists of before the Privy Council, 1360.

- -, superstitious uses, estates forfeited for being bequeathed to, 1089, 1146, 1195, 1205, 1398, 1472.

- essences, 567.

- fans, etc., 382, 393.

- gloves, 809.

- tables, 1182.

Rombout
-, see Rainbolt.

Rome, cuts of antiquities of, 589, 679.

-, See of, 229.

Romerell, Thomas, doorkeeper of the House of Lords, 1170.

Romsey
-, see Ramsey.

Romsey, manor (Southants), 264.

Ronquillos
-, Don Pedro de, Ambassador from Spain, 115, 216
-, lease, 259.

Rooke (Rookes), John, lease, 63.

-, Thomas, petition, 97.

-, Col. William, receiver of Seventeen Months' tax for Kent and Canterbury, 616, 1031, 1421
-, ditto of Eighteen Months' tax, ibid, 1467
-, Receiver General of Poll Kent and Canterbury, 951.

Roomcoyle, Thomas, Captain of the Dragon, 158.

Roope, John, Customer Exeter and Dartmouth, 698, 1052.

Roots, John (lease), pension, 1377.

Roper, James, falconer, 130, 148, 370.

-, Mr., husband of Mris. Anne Walker, late Maid of Honour, 1007.

-, Mris., Duke of Norfolk's servant, 1252.

-, Samuel prosecuting recusants, East Riding, Yorks, 256, 383.

Rosa Solis, 623, 1015.

Roscommon
-, Earl of
-, see Dillon, W.

Rose Tavern, Cursitor Alley, 1174.

Rose, John, gardener, keeper of the Royal Garden, St. James's Park, 63, 71, 79, 269, 298, 308-9, 386, 520, 595, 686, 828-9, 983, 1377, 1443, 1444.

-, Samuel, collector, Newhaven, 1102.

Rosedale manor (Yorks), 232.

Rosnefaghnee (Ireland), 504.

Ross, Thomas, keeper of the King's libraries, 668.

-, William, arrest, 151.

Ross (co. Hereford), 377, 1257.

Rosser, John, quaker, 1257.

Rosson, William, carpenter, 138.

Rota, Silvester, at Vienna, 1150.

Rotherby (co. Leicester), 949, 1097.

Rotherham, John, boatman, Hull, 786.

-, Thomas, Clerk of Works, Whitehall, Westminster and St. James's, 1077, 1464.

Rothwell (Yorks), 405, 406.

Rotterdam, 214, 223, 238, 273, 277, 381, 391, 539, 559, 579, 641, 652, 723, 772, 781, 799, 870, 877, 919, 920, 974, 986, 1006, 1102, 1148, 1156, 1275.

Rouen (France), 104, 252, 347, 348, 561, 569, 648, 680, 747, 763, 870, 1006, 1032.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant
-, see Heralds College.

Rought, Elizabeth, relict of Walter, 817.

-, Walter, searcher Southampton, 552, 817.

Rounton (co. Yorks), 515.

Rousby, Christopher, collector, Plantation duty, Maryland, 373.

Rouse (Rowse, Rewse, Rews), Dudley, Receiver of Windsor, 62, 480, 485, 489, 845, 1028, 1458.

-, Hugh, returning H. Holland's moneys into the Exchequer, 473.

Rowe, Anthony, farmer of Hearthmoney, 1034, 1081, 1104, 1124, 1136, 1151, 1153, 1156, 1171, 1173, 1174, 1177, 1182, 1183, 1185, 1186, 1191, 1196, 1200, 1213, 1219, 1223, 1224, 1228, 1238, 1247, 1251, 1255, 1271, 1274, 1284, 1288, 1289, 1305, 1314-5, 1468, 1469, 1470.

-, John, of London, merchant (bond to Warren), 1004.

-, -, collector, Poole, 1221, 1230.

-, Thomas, banker, loans, 763, 928, 1138
-, principal and annuity, 600, 661, 1416, 1418, 1419, 1425.

Rowet, Mr., collector, Truro, 526.

Rowland, David, Groom of the Queen's Robes, 209, 277, 325, 694, 747, 789.

-, Hendrick, shipmaster, 707.

-, John, surety of R. Coke, 1098.

Rowlett, John, watchman, 112.

Rowley, Silvanus, falconer, 130, 148, 402, 715, 1116, 1429.

Rowlstone (co. Yorks), 515.

Rowney, Mr. (aliquot parts of Excise farm), 47, 66.

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

Roy
-, see Ray.

-, Robert, collector of Fountains monastery, 875.

Royal Africa Company, 654, 1456, 1457.

- - - charter, 396, 1080.

- - -, former Company of Royal Adventurers, 946, 1080.

- - -, forts and castles on the coast of Africa, provisions for, 654, 945-6, 1080-1, 1375.

- - -, negro servants carried to the Plantations, 946, 1080.

- - -, pipes, etc., for Cabo Corso Castle, 776.

- - -, ships lent to by the King, 311.

- - -, ships seized or detained for interloping, 1012, 1119, 1314.

- - -, trading rights and field, 396, 529, 619, 801, 812.

- Bedchamber. Gentlemen of (see Earl of Bath, Earl of Ogle, Earl of Lindsey, Lord Gerard, Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Ossory, Earl of Rochester, Earl of Oxford, Earl of Middlesex, Earl of Suffolk, Earl of Manchester, Earl of Sunderland, Earl of Mulgrave), 10, 15, 51, 87, 126-7, 221, 321, 385, 387, 389, 395, 437, 466, 528, 604, 690, 695-6, 766, 770, 844, 856, 904, 992-3, 997, 1057, 1083, 1111, 1141, 1418, 1437, 1446, 1461, 1467, 1469.

- -, Grooms of (see Grenville, B., Lane, R., Savile, H., Elliot, T., Guy, H., Killegrew, T., Progers, E., Walter, D., Phillips, R., Felton, T., Godolphin, S., Seymour, H., Porter, G., Windham, T., Brydges, G. R.), 15, 51, 123, 137, 138, 139, 221, 300, 321, 328, 383, 385, 387, 389, 395, 437, 466, 528, 604, 701, 766, 770, 771, 774, 793, 844, 856, 865, 899, 968, 993, 997, 1056, 1057, 1083, 1089, 1111, 1141, 1418, 1446, 1467, 1469.

- -, Pages of (see Chiffinch, W., Rogers, F., Griffith, H., Randu, T., Bull, A.), 120-1, 138, 291, 766, 991
-, royal bounty to, 521, 926
-, washing sheets, 1064
-, new year's gifts, 1448.

Royal bounty
-, see

Alborough, R.

Aldworth, R.

Andrews, Wm.

Apsley, Sir A.

Ashton, Edm.

Astley, W.

Baron, H.

Bassett, Sir W.

Berwick bridge.

Browne, Mr.

Butts, T.

Carr, Col. F.

Coglan, Capt. J.

Collier, R.

Cooper, E.

Cornwallis, Lord.

Cranfield, E.

Dallison, Lady.

Darcy, Sir W.

Doughty, J.

Fanshaw, Sir S.

Faunt, G.

Fisheries, royal.

Frye, Capt. W.

Gardner, Capt. T.

Gerard, Charles.

Graham, D.

Gregory, E.

Grove, M.

Haddock, Capt. R.

Hardstaffe, J.

Hardy, T.

Hastings, L.

Hughes, T.

Killegrew, W.

Kirkby, Col. R.

Lamb, B.

Lamplugh, J.

Langhorne, Lady.

Lassells, J.

Latley, A.

Legge, G.

Lownds, W.

Mac Norton, Col. A.

Maddocks, T.

Martin, S.

Molesworth, G.

Morley, Lady.

Morrison, Dr. R.

Mosman, T.

Navy (seamen).

Newman, Mris.

Petit, R.

Picques, A.

Pinckney, E.

Polstead, B.

Queen's (the) grooms and pages.

Raneu, T.

Reeves, Sir G.

Rochester, Earl of.

Royal Bedchamber (pages).

St. Margarets.

St. Mary Overy.

Silvius, Dame A.

Strickland, Sir R.

Taylor, Dr. J.

Thomas, Margery.

Thornhill, J.

Thornton, Mris.

Timberley, J.

Wallis, Capt. J.

Wetwang, Capt. J.

Wilkinson, Mris.

Wood, D.

Young, W.

- Company [? Africa or Bermudas], 12.

- Fishery
-, see Fishery.

- Garden, 63
-, see St. James's Park.

- Household, backstairs, 333.

- -, buttery, excise on King's beer for, 842, 843, 1170-1.

- -, Cofferer (see Ashburnham, W.), 11, 14, 31, 32, 75, 164, 196, 1424, 1458
-, borrowing moneys for the Household, 139, 579
-, interest accounts, 1, 5, 22, 139, 144, 313, 329, 728, 1411, 1415, 1434
-, loans to from bankers, etc., 28, 859
-, receiving poll duty from the servants of the Household, 1024
-, issues to, 15, 22, 32, 36, 164, 188, 222, 320, 322, 399, 450, 507, 553, 592, 593, 600, 646, 655, 699, 751, 803, 809, 817, 819, 825, 902, 909, 923, 989, 1013, 1083, 1115, 1122, 1173, 1215, 1226, 1227, 1279, 1283, 1293, 1318, 1417, 1443, 1446, 1447, 1457, 1472, 1473
-, payments by, 293, 399, 817, 819, 924, 1083, 1174, 1226.

- -, diets, 222, 322, 1283.

- -, establishment, 75, 84, 222, 322
-, alteration of (in 1674), 156
-, annual expense of under the stoppage scheme, 117.

- -, Gentlemen ushers
-, see Cranfield, E.

- -, Great Chamber, messenger in ordinary to
-, see Wickham, J.

- -, Groom Porter (see Neale, T., Offley. T.), 753
-, yearly contract with for supplies to the Household, 489, 1281-2, 1343.

- -, Groom of the Privy Chamber
-, see Thompson, R.

- -, Grooms of the King's Chamber, new year's gifts to, and Queen's 100 marks per an. to, 54, 227, 1028, 1382, 1383.

- -, Grooms and Pages of the King's Chamber, fee and new year's gifts to, 120, 227, 519, 548, 878.

- -, Lord Chamberlain (see Arlington, Earl of), 82, 460, 674, 1022, 1346
-, attending the Treasury, 434, 446
-, warrants and certificates by, 130, 177, 246, 339, 344, 368, 655, 699, 718, 727, 757, 820, 821, 822, 889, 893, 972, 974, 991, 1061, 1076, 1107, 1197, 1242, 1282, 1289, 1351, 1375, 1379.

- -, Pages of Honour to the King (see Killigrew, R., Windham, C., Wroth, H., Porter, A., Prideaux, J., Berkeley, J., Legg, W., Pulteney, T., Godolphin, S.), 716, 1059, 1111, 1437.

- -, Pages of the Backstairs, 834.

- -, Pages of the Presence, 455.

- -, Pay of the Household undertaken by the Excise Receivers, 1307.

- -, Privy Chamber, Groom of see Elliot, J.
-, Gentlemen of see Lynch, Sir T.
-, Gentleman Usher of see Milton J.
-, joiner to the Privy Chamber see Norris H.

- -, servants of, poll on, 988
-, wages of during the year of suspension, 476, 485.

- -, server of perfumes to
-, see Jones, W.

- -, suspended debt of, 1441, 1442.

- -, under marshals (six) of, 761.

- -, Vice Chamberlain of (see Carteret, Sir G.), 116, 545, 820
-, diet of, 1283.

- Manors not to be rented, 73.

- - leases, etc., of
-, see

Ampthill.

Barrington.

Beeston.

Beverley Chapter.

Bidborough.

Blackwall.

Boyton.

Byfleet.

Campton.

Chertsey.

Chesworth.

Cheylesmore.

Chicheley.

Curry Mallet.

Denbigh.

Drakelow.

Dunstable.

Ellington.

Englishcombe.

Eye, Honor of.

Farleigh, East.

Farrington Gurney.

Feckenham.

Ferrington.

Fittleton.

Ford.

Fordington.

Gillingham.

Gimingham.

Goudhurst.

Grain.

Grantham.

Greenwich.

Halton, Halton West.

Hambleton.

Hardwick.

Harptree, West.

Havering.

Higham Ferrers.

Hooe.

Hook.

How Court.

Kennington.

Kirton in Lindsey.

Knaresborough.

Laverton.

Leven.

Macclesfield.

Marylebone.

Maytham.

Methwold.

Midsomer Norton.

Millbrook.

Milton Falconbridge.

Moreske.

Moulsey, East.

Muchland.

Neats Court.

Nethercombe.

Newnham.

Oatlands.

Odiham.

Oldbury.

Oldcourt.

Pattington.

Peckham, East.

Penrith.

Petrockstow.

Pevensey.

Pontefract.

Portland.

Radnage.

Raylton.

Romsey.

Rosedale.

Rudheath.

Ryme.

St. James's.

Sayes Court.

Seabeach.

Sheldon.

Shepton Mallet.

Steeping.

Steepleton.

Steppingley.

Stoke Climsland.

Stoke under Hamdon.

Stratton super Fosse.

Swingfield.

Terrington.

Tickhill.

Waddington.

Westminster.

Weybridge.

Widcombe.

Wighton.

Wingham.

Worthymortimer.

- Mews And Stables, annual expense under the stoppage scheme, 117
-, building in, 28, 51, 56, 301, 445.

- -, Clerk of the Stables, 186.

- -, Duke of Monmouth providing for by contract
-, see Monmouth, Duke of.

- -, extraordinary expense of, 553.

- -, fees and liveries, 29.

- -, Groom saddler, 186.

- -, horses for the King and Queen and payments for to the Master of the Horse (and see also Armstrong, Sir T., Watson, F., Armorer, Sir N.), 10, 114, 118, 186, 229, 351, 587, 748, 749, 756, 969, 1226, 1453.

- -, houses in for equerries, 1271, 1290, 1300.

- -, Keeper of see Green J.
-, Keeper of the Stables at Reading see Welbeck, R.

- -, Master of the Horse (see Monmouth, Duke of), issues to for the Stables, 51, 60, 118, 229, 260, 351, 432, 575, 587, 670, 756, 867, 969, 1006, 1026, 1034, 1122, 1315, 1427, 1452, 1459, 1461, 1470.

- -, Master of the Studs
-, see Oglethorpe, S.

- -, new coaches, chairs, etc., for the King and Queen, 1034.

- -, works and repairs at, 39, 55, 80, 255-6, 402, 480, 484, 485, 486, 488, 523, 580, 644, 699, 701, 1152.

- -, yeoman saddler, 186.

- -, yeoman of the stirrup, 186.

- mines
-, see Cardigan.

- palaces, 840
-, and see Palaces.

- presents of jewels, etc., to ambassadors, potentates, etc., 49, 79, 177, 246, 259, 339, 344, 655, 663, 699, 718, 723, 727, 742, 757, 780, 822, 889, 925, 1061, 1076, 1107, 1197, 1232, 1242, 1289.

- -, of new year's gifts
-, see New.

- -, annual expense of under the stoppage scheme, 117.

- - of medals to sailors, 557.

- - of pictures to the Empress Dowager, 880.

- watermen, 1149-50, 1317
-, badges for, 1338.

Royden, Capt. Char., 240.

-, William, surety of R. Coke, 1098.

Royston, Mr., stationery wares, 74.

Rudd, Mathew, waiter Burnham, 190.

Rudheath manor (Cheshire), 1281.

Ruds, John, shipmaster, 800, 999.

Rugen, Isle of (Baltic), 1224.

Rules, John, brick for the Ordnance, 1278.

Rumbold
-, Henry, 29, 1430
-, prizes account, 1302.

Rumley, Samuel, petition, 75.

Rumsey
-, (Romsey), Henry, ship freighter, 812
-, lead seizure, 75, 220, 235, 244, 246.

-, young Mr. Rumsey, 1401.

-, Col. John, collector, Bristol, 788, 927, 932, 944, 1451
-, petition, 1387
-, pension, 143, 351, 949, 1148, 1450.

Rushton (Northants), 374.

Russell, Daniel, seizer of prohibited goods, Yarmouth, 785.

-, Edward, tenant, Bucks, 341.

-, Edward (John), lease, Cornwall, 316, 1423.

-, George, senr. Serjeant of the Hawks, 124, 127, 649, 715, 1116, 1317, 1429.

-, -, Receiver General of the Eighteen Months' tax, co. Bucks, 1100
-, ditto of Poll, ibid, 953, 1455.

-, -, junr. falconer, 87, 124, 127, 383, 715, 1116, 1429.

-, James, falconer, 87, 124, 127, 383, 715, 1116.

-, John, of Shingay, 594.

-, Mr. (Sherwood Forest business), 91.

-, Tho., a yeoman warder of the Tower, 1377.

-, William, falconer, 370, 402, 715, 1116, 1429.

-, -, of London, merchant, 1078, 1113.

-, -, for the Countess of Bristol, 594.

-, -, seventh Earl of (afterwards Duke of Bedford), of Bedford, 210, 594.

Russia Company
-, see Muscovy.

Russia
-, Court of Muscovy, 202.

-, Czar of, 326, 1341.

-, Envoy from and to
-, see Ambassadors.

-, Great Prince of, 814.

-, merchants, 1392.

-, trade to, Muscovia Company's trade territory, 814.

Ruthin (co. Denbigh) (Dyffryn Clwyd cum Ruthin), 541-2, 955-6
-, rents, 46, 238, 354.

Ruthven
-, Clara, Countess of Brentford, 4
-, pension, 133, 261, 292, 358, 369, 433, 508, 583, 667, 671, 764, 816, 960, 1045, 1138, 1232, 1426, 1436, 1450, 1460.

Rutland, Joseph, waiter, Burnham, 190.

-, Josias, waiter, Burnham, 288.

-, William, payment, 289.

Rutland County, fee farms, 374-5.

- -, receiver of Crown Revenues
-, see Benyon, Sir G.

- -, receivers, commissioners, solicitors, etc. of taxes
-, see Woodcock, P., 942, 1337.

Rutlish, William, the King's embroiderer, 1357.

Rutter, Mr., Clerk and Register of Chancery of Barbados and Clerk of Peace and Crown, ibid, 1382.

-, Ralph, one of the messengers, 1394.

Ruvigny, Monsieur, Envoy Extraordinary from France, 189, 225, 246, 940, 1062, 1076, 1449.

-, Lady, present to, 246.

Rycot [Rycote, Oxford], 329, 331.

Ryde (Isle of Wight), 648, 910.

Ryder
-, see Rider.

Rye, imports of, 88.

-, exports of, 214, 702.

-, debentures
-, see Corn.

Rye port (Sussex), 183, 312, 334, 619, 759.

Ryhall (Rutland), 375.

Ryme
-, (co. Dorset), 409, 827
-, manor, 216.

Ryme Intrinseca (Dorset), 410.

Rymell, Richard, arras maker to the King, 819, 1442.

Rynefield Walk
-, see New Forest.

Rysands (Wallfleet river, Essex), 138.

Ryvers
-, see Rivers.

Ryves (Rives, Reeves), Brune, 84.

-, Charles, a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 254-5, 816, 1262.

-, George, surety of A. Fussell, 953, 1100.

-, John, a Wine Act Commissioner, 54
-, surety of A. Fussell, 953, 1100.

-, Robert, goldsmith, principal debt and interest owing to, 13, 56, 182, 559, 1039
-, debts owing by, 56, 676
-, loans to the Navy, 555
-, assignments to, 872
-, annuity to, 1039, 1460, 1461
-, a Wine Licence Commissioner, 254-5, 816, 1262
-, surety of A. Fussell, 953, 1100.