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D. J., letter from, 504.

Dackett, Francis, King's waiter, London, 33, 223, 472, 539, 661, 797.

Dalavall; see Delaval.

Dale, Sam., landwaiter, London, 711.

Dale (Milford Haven), 754.

Dallison, Charles, Navy creditor, 761.

Dallow, Richard, referee in Mint dispute, 154; porter of the Mint, 808.

Dalson, John, Justice of the Peace, West-morland, 874.

Dalton, Daniel, tidesman, Bristol, 404.
-, -, Richard, serjeant of the King's wine cellar, 113; sub-commissioner of Excise, Wilts, 877.

Dalves, Don Pedro, 542.

Damask, 149.

Damford, William, 531.

Danby, Earl of; see Osborne, T.
-, -, Margaret, concealed lands, West Indies, 759.
-, -, Thomas, gent., murder of, 398.

Dane, Richard, innholder, disbandment, 372.

Danett, George, surety of M. Sandys, 441.

Dangerfield, Geo., Hearthmoney surety, 316, 441.

Daniell, Abell, falconer, 87, 210, 453, 657.
-, -, Henry, Farmer, four and a half per cent., Leeward Isles, 724.
-, -, -, disbandment, 388.
-, -, Capt. Ingleby, disbandment, 331, 820.
-, -, Jeoffrey, Justice of the Peace, Wilts, 841.
-, -, Capt. John, disbandment, 327, 331, 345, 817.

Dansey, Capt. Robert, disbandment, 369, 371.

Danvers, Samuel, King's waiter, London, 34, 221, 453, 644, 718, 730, 747.

Darcy, George, son of Sir William, 173.
-, -, Lady, widow of Tho. Offley, 286.
-, -, Marmaduke, Surveyor of the Great Wardrobe, 127, 548, 572, 614, 627, 708, 739, 743.
-, -, Sir William, alum works, 38; pension of 400l. per an., 173, 206, 230, 271, 406, 413, 521.

Darley, Joshua, disbandment, 359, 823.

Darling, Giles, disbandment, 365, 827.

Darracot, John, chirurgeon, Plymouth, disbandment, 343.

Darrington (Dorrington), Hen., waiter, etc., Eastbourne, 754; and see Dorrington.

Dartford (Kent), 351, 352.

Dartmoor Forest (Devon), lease, 163.

Dartmouth (Devon), 98, 111, 120, 266, 304, 305, 438, 613, 794; perpetuity for fortification, 428, 782.

Dartmouth, Lord; see Legg, G.

Dashwood, George, Excise Farmer, London (1668), 851; Excise Farmer of the five Counties (1668), 8501; a Farmer of Excise, 2930, 46, 67, 85, 89, 110, 122, 127, 138, 209, 219, 231, 264, 320, 448, 4601, 466, 468, 492, 515, 538, 573, 585, 687, 746, 780, 781, 782, 809, 858; French tonnage, 424.
-, -, Samuel, Excise Farmer, 46, 585, 687.
-, -, Thomas, of London, merchant, 398.
-, -, William, Excise Farmer, London (1667), 849, 851; ditto of the five Counties (1668), 8501.

Dassell, Samuel, deputy searcher, Weymouth, 413, 790.

Davenant, Charles, D.C.L., Commissioner of Excise, 45, 78.

Davenport, William, counterfeiter, 64.

Davers, Pope, pardon, 302, 306.

David, Griffith, arresting Roman Catholic, 744.
-, -, Morris, lease, 588.

Davies (Davis, Davys), Anthony, Receiver for co. Wilts of the Seventeen and Eighteen Months' Poll, 637, 673.
-, -, James, Keeper of the Wardrobe at Windsor, 127.
-, -, Jeffrey, Clerk to the Assessment Commissioners, South Wales, 142.
-, -, John, receiver of Hearths, co. Hereford, 134, 454, 649, 751; sub-commissioner of Excise, Hereford, 860.
-, -, -, waiter, etc., Sully and Barry (Swansea port), 754.
-, -, Mark, Excise collector, Hereford (1667), 838.
-, -, Nicholas, tidesman, Boston port, 754.
-, -, Richard, disbandment, 368, 829.
-, -, Robert, vintner, of London, disbandment, 344, 382.
-, -, Thomas, receiver of assessments (temp. Commonwealth), co. Pembroke, 717.
-, -, -, 488, 489, 499.
-, -, -, linen draper, disbandment, 335, 385.
-, -, Lieut. Tho., disbandment, 828.
-, -, William, of Huntingdon, 857.

Davison, James, ship's commander, 208.
-, -, William, recorder, Hartlepool, 584.

Davy, Johes, Mayor of Norwich, disbandment, 366; Jehosophat, disbandment, 828.

Dawes, Jno., disbandment, 373, 831.

Dawny, William, disbandment, 369.

Dawson (Dauson), Joseph, Customs seizer, 404, 413, 534, 618, 688.
-, -, Math., ship's commander, 499.
-, -, Robert (Doyly's estate), 176.
-, -, William, partner with Sir Jo. James and Ro. Huntingdon for the supply of the Forces and the Household (under an agreement dated 16789, Mar. 15), 31, 61, 286, 57980, 652; Irish moneys, 700, 712; Treasurer to the London Excise Farmers, 882.

Day (and see Kenrick), Charles, goods for the Wardrobe, 614.
-, -, John, ship master, 853.
-, -, Joseph, disbandment, 355, 821.
-, -, Philip, watchman, London, 659.
-, -, Capt. Richard, ship's commander, 500, 811.
-, -,. widow (disbandment), 365, 827.
-, -, William, disbandment, 370, 830.

Deal, Henry, Navy caulker, 686.

Deal (Kent), 738; port, 266, 295, 454, 478, 537, 702, 711, 730, 731, 745, 756, 767.
-, -, port and garrison, 71, 209, 399.

Dean (Deane), Sir Anthony, of the Committee of the Royal Fishery of England, 2; a Commissioner of the Navy, 2; comptroller of Navy victuals, 9.
-, -, Ensign, disbandment, 817.
-, -, John (New Forest), 629.
-, -, Richard, disbandment, 830.
-, -, Robert, disbandment, 329.
-, -, William, victualler, disbandment, 377, 833.
-, -, Col. William (lease) account of services, 163; father, 163.

Dean Forest, 796.
-, -, colliers and miners, 196.
-, -, Commission for Spoils in, 145, 196, 482, 6412.
-, -, commons in, 640.
-, -, conservator and supervisor; see Throckmorton, Sir B.
-, -, deer in, 196.
-, -, enclosures or nursery, by Act of 1920 Car. II., 471, 482, 6412.
-, -, Forest Courts, 196.
-, -, ironworks, 196.
-, -, keepers, 196.
-, -, Lea Bailiwick, 196, 482.
-, -, Lodges, 196.
-, -, Lord Warden, 196.
-, -, sheep in, 640.
-, -, Speech House in Coleford, 482, 641.
-, -, spoils, 471.
-, -, St. Briavels Castle, 196, 301.
-, -, timber felling in, 6412.
-, -, verderer and woodward, 470.

Dee (river Chester), 812.

D'Cardonel; see Cardonel d'.

Dechampe (Dechamp), Thomas, falconer, 87, 210, 453, 657.

Decimae (nomine decimae); see Fee Farms.

Dee, Abraham, Alderman of Reading, 860.

Deer for the King's parks, 409.

Deere, William, of Sixwells, Glamorgan, 142.

Degg, Sir Symon, 275.

Deincourt, Lord; see Leke, R.

Deive, Mr. (tally), 223.

Delacourt, Thomas, undersheriff of Dorset, 252.

Delamere Forest (Cheshire), 31.
-, -, lease of agistment, etc., 804.
-, -, Mara and Mondrein, 405.
-, -, Old Pale and New Pale, 405.

Delaval (Dalavall), Capt., disbandment, 351.
-, -, Dame Elizabeth, petition (Sir H. Vane), 20; grant, 62, 125, 144, 148, 468.
-, -, Sir Ralph (Seaton Sluice), 542, 616.
-, -, Robert, husband of Dame Eliz. 148, 4678.

Delftshaven (Holland), 718.

Delinquent receivers, accomptants, etc., 10, 54, 129, 242, 244, 302, 407, 425, 427, 432, 435, 436, 441, 448, 451, 454, 466, 508, 539, 565, 651, 691, 694, 725, 792, 804, 865, 866, 877.

Dell, John, disbandment, 362, 825.
-, -, Mathew, disbandment, 362, 825.

Delure, Isaac, adventurer, Ireland, 525.

Denbigh town, 847, 881.

Denbigh, county, 325, 558.
-, -, -, Excise, 840, 847, 881.
-, -, -, justices of, 847.
-, -, -, receivers of forfeitures of Recusants in, 586, 601; see Every, J.
-, -, -, receivers of taxes; see Whitty, P. and R.
-, -, -, sheriffs, 881.

Denen, John, disbandment. 352.

Denham Sir John, surveyor of works, 868.
-, -, Joseph, of London, merchant, 853.
-, -, Nicholas, surveyor, Harwich, 267.

Denizations and Denizens, 589; and see Naturalizations.

Denmark, Ambassador from; see Ambassadors.

Dennet, Tho. (Wilton), 552.

Deno, Divio (?Spanish Ambassadors' servant), 757.

Dent [William], surety of Stockdale, 21, 42, 81, 94, 97, 102, 103, 104, 1267, 134, 230.
-, -, -, waiter and searcher, 529.

Deptford (Kent), 549, 795.
-, -, stores, 50.
-, -, yard, 94, 125, 203, 222, 314, 686, 776.

Derby, Earl of; see Stanley, W.

Derby town, 859, 862.
-, -, county, 139, 236, 783, 859, 862.
-, -, -, Excise farm sureties, sub-commissioners (1668), 859.
-, -, -, receivers of taxes, 54, 242; see Adderley, J.; Bagnall, J.

Dereham (Deerham), Richard, receiver of Recusants' estates, beyond Trent, 72, 106, 558; receiver of Poll, London, 131, 242.

Dering, Christopher, a member of the Royal Fishery of England, 2; disbandment, 816.
-, -, Edward, stores for Navy, 52.
-, -, Sir Edward, bart., Customs Commissioner, 12, 565, 567; disbandment, 815; loans, 554; Treasury Lord, 4, 93, 265, 728, 765.
-, -, Henry, loans, 545; Wine Licence Commissioner, 233; [Clerk of Fee Farms], 83, 127, 230, 247, 302, 397, 410, 432, 592, 651; fee farm grant, 783.
-, -, Mr., uncle to Mr. Bradshaw (Vyner), 570, 704.
-, -, Nicholas, deputy to Sir W. Doyly (Teller), 85, 1756, 195, 516, 644, 765.

Derman, William, disbandment, 372, 830.

Derrgil (Waterford), 141.

Desborough, one of the three Chiltern Hundreds, 308, 473.

Desclacy e Camora, Comte de St. Pierre, 542.

Dethicke, Henry, Richmond Herald, 624.

Detton, Thomas, steward of the manor of Chertsey, 5323.

Devenish, Robert, York Herald, 625.

Deverells (tenement in Welton, co. Somerset), 167.

Devisher, Samuel, perpetual interest, 107.

Devizes (Wilts), 356, 357, 358, 879.

Devon, county, 27, 110, 163, 185, 259, 272, 322, 546, 558, 583, 685, 681, 763, 765, 862; port, 305.
-, -, -, Excise, 840, 862, 865, 870, 878.
-, -, -, Hearthmoney, 633; see Harris, W.
-, -, -, Recusants forfeitures, 583, 586, 600, 645; see Randall, J.
-, -, -, Receiver of Assessments; see Chudleigh, T.
-, -, -, tin; see Tin.

Devon, John, disbandment, 820.

Devon (stream, co. Notts), 508.

Devonshire, Earl of; see Cavendish, W.

Dewy (Dewey), Benjamin, waiter, Poole, 98, 101, 148, 266, 754; surveyor, Lymington, 201.
-, -, James, waiter and searcher, Christchurch, 266, 688, 710.
-, -, Mr., Customs seizure, for Privy Purse, 12, 534.

Diamond, Capt. Peter, disbandment, 336, 371, 374, 376, 830, 832.

Dibbins, Jno., disbandment, 370.

Dica, Raphael Marehho, Secretary to the Portuguese Embassy, 479.

Dickens, Major Francis, woodward of New Forest, 247, 290, 311, 313, 652.
-, -, Mr. [? Attorney], 252.
-, -, Tho., disbandment, 816.

Dickinson (Dickenson), Dr., physician to the King, 232, 558.
-, -, Capt. Rich., purser, 499.
-, -, William, waiter, Flint, 161.

Dientwoort (Roman Catholic seminary), 262.

Dieppe (France), 248, 751.

Dieren (Holland), 719.

Diets, 129; Royal Household, 559; see Exchequer (Court Usher), Privy Council (President), Privy Seal, Mint (Warden), Mint (Master), Commons (House, Speaker),

Digby, Anne, Countess Dowager, widow of George, 2nd Earl of Bristol, pension, 16; compositions and fines, Cornwall, 290, 312, 321.
-, -, Jno., disbandment, 353, 820.
-, -, Mabel, widow of G. Fitzgerald, 494.

Dighton (Diton), John, fine, 167.

Dike; see Dyke.

Dillington, Sir Robert, Commissioner for Spoils, New Forest, 199.

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon, disbandment, 384.

Dimity, 128.

Dinance; see Dynance.

Dingle (Dingly), Cornet, disbandment, 337, 831.

Dineros (money of account), 683.

Dipford, Thomas (lands, Plymouth), 70, 3212.

Discoveries, concealed lands, 1, 583, 713, 7323, 755, 759, 790.
-, -, of Catholic estates; see Roman Catholic (superstitious uses).
-, -, moneys, debts, arrears, 288, 609, 717, 724, and see Treasure Trove.
-, -, Charles I., goods, 2989.

Disele, Peter, disbandment, 375, 832.

D'Isle, David, French shipmaster, 731.

Dissermew, Joel, disbandment, 367.

Ditchfield, John, Customs' seizer, 404.

Diton, John; see Dighton.

Dixon, Thomas, land carriageman, 588.

Dobbins, John, disbandment, 829.

Dobbleboys wood (Liskeard), 763.

Dobbs, Robert (D'Oyly's estate), 176.

Dobson, Nicholas, victualler, disbandment, 349, 819.

Dod (Dodd), Hugh, clerk, Alienation Office, 245.
-, -, Randle, stewardship of Wirral, 1278, 162.
-, -, Thomas, stewardship of Wirral, 128, 162, 185, 325.

Doddington, George, Commissioner of Appeals, Excise, 46.

Dodgson, William, 305.

Dodsworth, Anth., of Hartlepool, 584.

Dodworth (Yorks), 48.

Doe, Geo., of Lincoln's Inn, surety of R. Hurlston, 600.

Dolben (Dolbin), Jon., clerk of fines, Ludlow, 554.
-, -, Sir William, Justice of the King's Bench, 89, 135, 296, 425, 446, 548, 553, 587, 596, 629.

Doleman, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Privy Council, 11, 235, 294, 305.

Dom Mairen (Dam Marien), page, 542.

Domvile, Sir William, Attorney General, Ireland, 92, 253.

Done, Thomas, Auditor of Imprests, 204, 233, 245, 268, 274, 275, 317, 319, 391, 407, 409, 410, 442, 450, 468, 469, 514, 515, 516, 518, 522, 538, 542, 547, 551, 553, 562, 573, 631, 638, 650, 653, 687, 709, 717, 718, 723, 736, 740, 741; referee in Mint dispute, 154, 164.

Dorchester (Dorset), 64, 858, 861, 868, 879.

Dorchester, Marquess; see Pierrepont, H.

Dormant, 10,000l. privy seals, 11, 175, 543, 728.

Dormy, Philip, of Ely, Dorset, 861.

Dorney, Richard, of the King's music, 181, 567, 585, 784.

Dorrell, Major Nathaniel, Governor of Sheerness garrison, 13.

Dorrington, John, ship owner, 480.
-, -, Luke, disbandment, 371, 830; and see Darrington.

Dorset, Earl of; see Sackville, C.

Dorset, county, 75, 558, 583, 781, 861.
-, -, -, Excise, 817, 861, 879, 881.
-, -, -, Recusants and Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, 583, 586, 600, 645, 765; see Randall, J.
-, -, -, Receiver of assessments, 35, 252, 257; see Randall, J.; Fussell, A.
-, -, -, sheriffs, 64, 252.

Dorton, Tho., victualler, disbandment, 385.

Douai (Flanders), Roman Catholio seminary, 262.

Doudy (Dowdy), Ensign Edmund, disbandment, 339, 833.

Doughty, Mr., surety of Sir W. Doyly, senr., 550.
-, -, Robt., collector, Yarmouth, 267.

Douglas, George, 1st Earl of Dunbarton, annuity, 186, 417; regiment, disbandment, 308, 310, 387, 484, 618; regiment at Dunkirk, 737, 768.
-, -, James, Lord Douglas, disbandment, regiment, 387; (200l.) 417; royal bounty, 423, 484; petition for iron wire, 681.
-, -, James, tidesman, London, 622.
-, -, Lieut.-Gen., regiment of, 664.
-, -, Samuel, tidesman, Bristol, 194.

Douglas-Hamilton, William, 3rd Duke of Hamilton, 303.

Dove, Humphrey, clerk to the Treasurer of the Chamber, 113, 282.
-, -, William, disbandment, 387.

Dover, port, 25, 81, 97, 98, 102, 126, 230, 249, 250, 266, 295, 566, 680, 688, 792, 853.
-, -, brewers of, 838.
-, -, Maison Dieu, 738.
-, -, rents, 738.
-, -, Castle, 738.
-, -, -, garrison, 71, 399.
-, -, -, Lieutenant, 71, 399.

Dover, Capt. Edward, medal for, 728, 761.
-, -, John sub-commissioner of Excise (1667), 842.

Dow, Jno., disbandment, 367, 828.

Dowdy; see Doudy.

Dowlas (stuff.), 688, 727.

Dowle, Clement, searcher, Gloucester, 761.
-, -, Giles, prosecuting tobacco planters, 133, 166, 744.
-, -, Job, son of Clement, searcher, Gloucester, 761.

Downe, John, tidesman, Bideford, 149.

Downes, Ralph, disbandment, 359, 823.
-, -, Richard, Commissioner for Wine Licences, 421.

Downing, George, Teller of the Exchequer, 399, 437, 495, 497, 501.
-, -, Sir George, Teller of the Exchequer, 22, 23, 299, 399; Secretary to the Treasury, 842, 854, 855, 865; Customs Commissioner, 12, 112, 445, 448, 449, 677, 722, 723, 757; surety, 496.
-, -, John, Lieut., disbandment, 331, 821.
-, -, Richard, shipmaster, 289.
-, -, -, disbandment, 376.

Downs, the, 17, 105, 137, 162, 313, 689, 702.
-, -, question as to its being within the limit of a port, 696.

Dowse, Samuel, collector, Spalding, 267; a clerk in Boston port, 415, 431.

Dowthwaite, Joseph, boatman, Stockton, 15.

Doyly, Charles, surety of Sir W. Doyly, 539.
-, -, Thomas, pension, 53, 137, 154, 227, 450, 527, 708; Mint prosecution of counterfeiters, etc., 64, 308, 559; lease of Chiltern Hundreds, 3078, 473, 559, 615; father of, 308.
-, -, Sir William, 399, 765; Teller of the Exchequer, debt to the King for his defalcations as Teller, 85, 86, 87, 88, 91, 298, 497, 516, 664; seizure of his estates, 1756, 184, 1956, 572, 6145, 736; patent of office as Teller, 437, 495.
-, -, Sir William, senr., Receiver of Hearthmoney for Surrey and Southwark, debt to the King as, 535, 539, 550, 555, 556, 760, 767, 789.

Drake, Mary (R. Mitchell's lands), 806.

Draper, Edward, disbandment, 376, 833.

Drax (Yorks), 395; priory, 395.

Drayton (Hants), 858.

Driridge (Northumberland), 396.

Driscoll, Donogh, Roman Catholic Irish officer, 790.

Driver, Giles (100l. per an. for hay, etc., for Greenwich park), 39.

Dromana (co. Waterford), 493.

Drontheim (Trondhjem, Norway), 227.

Drury, Dru, Lieut., disbandment, 330, 818.

Dryden, John, Poet Laureate, pensions, 121, 318, 390, 576, 593, 767, 768.

Dryman, William, Barnstaple, 870.

Dublin county, 92, 215.
-, -, city, 43, 155, 293, 507, 529.
-, -, -, company of Foot Guards and four troops, 156.
-, -, Four Courts, Marshalsea of, 237.

Dubois, John, of London, merchant, fee farm, 275, 276, 424.

Ducke (and see Duke), Thomas, Hearthmoney Farmer, 665, 747; loans, 785.

Duckett, Mr., receiver of the Six Months' Assessment, Isle of Ely, 510.

Dudley (temp. Hen. VII.) (Empson and Dudley), 56.

Duen, William, disbandment, 364.

Duffield, South (Yorks), 395.
-, -, (co. Derby), 236.

Duffield (Duffeild), Thomas, falconer, 87, 210, 453, 657.

Dugdale, John, Windsor Herald, 624.
-, -, John, accomptant general, Excise Office, 855, 863.
-, -, Sir William, Garter Principal King at Arms, 311, 517.

Duke (and see Ducke), Edward, 489.

Duloe (Cornwall), 286.

Dumarr, Benjamin, disbandment, 382.

Dun (Dunn), Feild, customer, Berwick, 267, 774.
-, -, Samuel, cornet, disbandment, 331, 820.

Dunbarr, Alexander, surveyor of blowing houses, Cornwall, 497.

Dunbarton, Earl of; see Douglas, G.

Duncan, Lieut. Marke, disbandment, 334, 372, 826.

Dunch, Barnaby, of London, merchant, 702.

Duncombe, Charles, goldsmith, 164, 200, 234, 538, 687, 689; loans into the Exchequer and interest for and repayments of, 9, 16, 72, 76, 78, 95, 102, 132, 133, 134, 149, 167, 171, 173, 180, 186, 187, 193, 194, 202, 203, 207, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 222, 234, 2356, 243, 247, 250, 257, 258, 265, 271, 274, 287, 290, 297, 299, 300, 309, 310, 314, 315, 316, 391, 400, 401, 405, 411, 412, 413, 418, 419, 420, 423, 428, 429, 430, 434, 437, 4478, 449, 451, 453, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 479, 480, 484, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493, 498, 502, 503, 505, 508, 509, 510, 512, 514, 517, 521, 522, 526, 528, 537, 539, 547, 548, 556, 560, 561, 562, 563, 565, 570, 571, 572, 575, 578, 579, 580, 582, 583, 585, 590, 591, 593, 596, 603, 608, 615, 617, 620, 621, 626, 633, 634, 638, 646, 647, 648, 649, 652, 654, 656, 660, 667, 668, 670, 672, 674, 676, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 685, 689, 692, 693, 695, 696, 704, 706, 708, 713, 714, 715, 717, 725, 726, 728, 735, 737, 753, 756, 760, 763, 767, 771, 778, 782, 789; accounts of loans and interest accounts, 723, 594, 807; account of tallies on the Fifth part of the Excise, 61; merchant, Navy stores and bills, 130, 288; banker's notes, 428, 489, 608, 609, 6534; Cashier of Excise (Feb., 167980), 449, 612; a Commissioner for the Mint, 580, 641, 652, 663, 757; loans to the Earl of Plymouth, 623; tin account moneys, 187, 189, 208; a member of the Royal Fishery of England, 2; Receiver of the Eighteen Months' tax, co. Beds, 691; ditto of the Seventeen Months' tax, ibid, 725.
-, -, Sir John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1, 93, 128, 879.

Dunell, Henry, Commissioner of Arrears of Excise, South Wales, 876.

Dunett (Dunnett), Barnaby, disbandment, 359, 373, 824.

Dunkelly [? Dunkeld], Lord, son of, pension to, 694.

Dunker, Mr., payments for jewels, 540.

Dunkirk, 514.
-, -, French King at, 656.
-, -, rendition account, 450, 470, 522, 662.

Dunluce (barony), co. Antrim, 92.

Dunmow (Essex), 640.

Dunn; see Dun.

Dunstan, George, pension, 170, 320, 390, 577, 592, 767.

Dunster, Giles, Surveyor General of the Customs, 14, 49, 51, 220, 286, 411, 454, 613, 631, 804; death of, 294, 304.
-, -, Mris., 304.

Duppa, Mr. (First Fruits account), 240.
-, -, Thomas, a Gentleman Usher in Ordinary to the King, 133, 189.

Du Quin, Peter, adventurer, Ireland, 525.

Durans (stuff.), 161.

Durant, Francis, 488.

Duras, Louis de, 2nd Earl of Feversham, Master of the Horse to the Queen, 447, 454, 589, 678; Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, 773; plate for, 773; regiment, 336, 339, 340, 341, 372, 377, 378, 379, 380, 384, 386, 828.

Durburn, Tho., purser, 500.

Durell, Dr., Dean of Windsor, 454.

Durham, Dr. William, disbandment, 817.

Durham, Bishop, 867.
-, -, Bishopric, auditor of, 701; revenues of sede vacante, 20, 51, 116, 197; Commissioners for revenue of, 51, 95; receiver of revenues sede vacante; see Arden, E.
-, -, city, gaoler, 867; Excise abuses, 867.
-, -, county, 20, 62, 148, 675, 796.
-, -, -, Excise, 837, 839, 846. 849, 868, 877, 878, 883; farmers' sub-commissioners and sureties, 857.
-, -, -, Recusants' forfeitures, receiver of, 585, 600; see Christian, W.
-, -, -, Receiver of Assessments, 35; see Basire, J.

Dursley (co. Gloucester), 858.

Dusfy, John (Ireland), 224.

Dutch, 421, 546.
-, -, fleet in Mounts Bay, 290.
-, -, privateer, 793; see ships (Fortune of the Sea).

Dutchmen bringing King's deer, 409.

Dutheron, Anthony, 111.

Dutiel, Sir Jon. Baptista, 248.
-, -, Dame Rebecca, 248.

Dutton, Sir Richard, Governor of Barbados, 697, 698, 720, 722, 729, 741, 743, 758.
-, -, Thomas, reward for arrest, 472.
-, -, William, of Sherborne, co. Gloucester, 859.
-, -, -, disbandment, 338.

Dutton (co. Chester), 852.

Duy; see Ap Hendrick.

Dyer, Edward, of the King's music, 181, 784.
-, -, Sir William, bart., of Tottenham, 3.

Dyers, trade of, 420, 546, 641.

Dyke (Dike), Cuthbert, of Newcastle on Tyne, surety of W. Christian, 600.
-, -, (Dike), Mris. Eleanor, pension, 611.
-, -, Walter, Customs place, 636, 664, 737, 750.

Dykesmarsh (co. Yorks), 805.

Dymock (co. Gloucester), 860.

Dynance, Martin, fee farm loan, 51; petition, 418; (C. Bertie), 531, 575.