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A., forest of [? Arkingarthale or ? Delamere], 397.

Abbis, Robert, quartermaster of Horse, 482, 889.

Abbotsbury (co. Dorset), 430, 1927.

Abbott, Daniel, lands Ireland, 557, 564.

-, Edward, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 417.

-, John, Excise officer, 1947.

-, - and his wife, Quakers, co. Notts, 631.

-, Michael of Honiton, cordwainer, rebel in the West, 415, 2003.

Abbotts Hall Marsh (Tollesbury or Wigborough, co. Essex), 2092.

Abell, John, one of the King's musicians (violin, voice, counter tenor), 1007, 1442, 1822.

-, William, deputy axe bearer, Neenwood Forest, 1312.

Aberdovey (co. Merioneth), 443, 1500.

Abergavenny, Lady see Nevill, Eliz.

Abergavenny (co. Monmouth), 1396.

Aberglasney (co. Carmarthen), 1120.

Abermarlais (co. Carmarthen), 1120.

Abernathy, William, army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

Abernethy, Ann, styled Ann Stewart, Lady Saltoun, widow of John, 8th Lord Saltoun, 1183.

Abery (see Avery), John, of Littlestoke, Recusant, 455.

Abillslonaght (barony of Iffa and Offa, co. Tipperary), 554.

Abingdon, Earl of see Bertie, J.

Abingdon (co. Berks), 474, 637, 837, 1077, 1177, 1317, 1696.

Abrahall, Mr., senr. and junr., Ensign, volunteers from Holland, 1790.

Abrooke, John, armourer, Tangier, 408, 616, 847, 984, 1103.

Acaricane (barony of Owney and Arra, co. Tipperary), 550.

Acaster (co. Yorks), 1213; vicarage, 1976.

Acastle, Robert, rebel in the West, 423.

Acatery see Royal Household.

Accomack (Virginia), 1431, 1434.

Accounts, departmental see each separate Department (Army, Customs, Excise, Navy, Ordnance, Robes, Royal Household, Wardrobe, Works), and see Ambassadors; Debts; Sheriffs.

-, regulations to prevent accomptants' delays, and orders as to rendering accounts, 1478, 2157, 225, 271, 364.

-, voluntary charges in, 1478.

Achilles, tapestry of, 872.

Achurch, Tho., prisoner in the King's Bench, 1587.

Achyn, Bernard, tidesman, Fowey port, 1827.

Acklam, John, of Hornsea, lands, co. Yorks, 1245, 13678.

- Peter, junr., lands, co. Yorks, 1368.

- (Acklan), Richard, Recusant, 626.

Ackley deanery (archdeaconry of Leicester), 2075.

Acland (and see Acklam), Sir Hugh, Commissioner to enquire of rebels in the West, 546.

Acomb (co. Northumberland), 1216.

- vicarage (co. Yorks), 1976.

Acres (measure), Cheshire acre, 1662.

Acroyd see Akeroyde.

Acton, Anna, petition for place in Chelsea Hospital, 769; indigent Royalist pension on the lotteries, 2051.

-, Sir Edward, sheriff of Salop, 513.

-, Richard, wholesale linen draper, London, 806.

-, Thomas, pay due from Col. Finch, 922.

Adam, Symon, Army pensioner, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710, and see Adams, William.

Adams (Addams), Ann, relict of Henry, 1205.

-, Edw., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 420.

-, Hannah, widow of James, 1736.

- Henry, yeoman of the Pastry, 1205.

-, Jacob, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Capt. James, overseer of the mole and fortifications, Tangier, 1736, 1875.

-, John, of Lopen, co. Somerset, yeoman, rebel in the West, 415, 419, 2005.

-, Mr., seizing lace, 677.

-, Nicho., rebel in the West, 418.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 423, 425.

-, Robt., of Thornborough, Bucks, 2085.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 420.

-, Tho., outlaw, co. Stafford, 600.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, William, counsel at law, 5289, 999, 1683.

-, -, tenant, Bermondsey, 879; tenant, Ludgate, 1738.

-, -, housekeeper, Tangier, 843.

- (Adam), William, stationer, Scotland, 1807, 1815.

Adamson, Robert, tenant, Auckland, 693.

Adamstown (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 563, 566.

Adcock, John, boatman, Hastings, 349, 729.

-, Samuel, vicar of Haugh, co. Lincoln, 1774.

Adda, Ferdinand d', Count (afterwards Cardinal and Archbishop of Amasia), Papal Nuncio to England, 1031, 1257.

Adderley, Charles, Commissioner for the office of Master of the Horse (or Commissioner for the Stables) as in trust for the Duke of Richmond, 101, 1623, 1959; see Royal (mews).

-, Ralph, custodiam lease of his lands, 719.

-, Richard, custodiam lease of his lands, 719.

Addis see Adis.

Addison, Edward, Comptroller, Falmouth port, 1740.

-, Thomas, searcher, Carlisle port, 76.

Adige (river, Italy), 876.

Adis (Addis), Edmd., Recusant, co. Oxford or Bucks, 456.

Adlam, Christo., debtor to H. Cornish, 472.

-, Gyles, debtor to H. Cornish, 472.

Adlard, Michael, rector of Anderby, co. Lincoln, 1774.

ADMIRALTY (Dutch) see Holland.

- (ENGLISH), Advocate General of England or Judge Advocate see Exton, Sir T., 1425, 1447, 1554.
-, anchorage duty payable to the Lord High Admiral, 3123.
-, charts and surveys of the coast see Collins, Capt. G.
-, County Vice-Admiralty officers selling a ship, 1593.
-, Court, 1658, 1726, 20501, 2099, 2105; for outlying Admiralty Courts see Barbados, Cinque Ports, Dover, Guinea, Jamaica, New England, Pennsylvania.
-, droits (including the King's rights to derelicts as Lord High Admiral), 544 829, 1447, 1468, 1554, 1557, 1564, 1580, 1704, 1717, 1866, 2023, 20601, 2099.
-, foreign complaints properly referable to, when referring to matter in altum mare, 1944.
-, franking letters of, 461, 1140.
-, Judge of, 1447, 1468, 1554, 2023, 2026, see Jenkins, Sir L.; Judge Deputy and Dean of Arches see Lloyd, Sir R., Raynes, Sir R.
-, Judgments of, 1687.
-, King's Advocate General see Pinfold, Sir T.
-, Lord High Admiral's droits see Admiralty (droits).
-, Lords or Board, 176, 182, 965, 1155, 1274.
-, office, 965.
-, officers of in the various ports, 1291.
-, passes for yachts and ships, 619, 893, 1116, 1221, 1492, 1901, 2052.
-, perquisites of, 313.
-, prosecutions of ships, 39, 52.
-, question as to Customs being payable on Vice-Admiralty wrecks, 544.
-, records, 313.
-, Register of, 2066.
-, seal, 953, 1363, 1425.
-, Secretary to, 722; see Pepys, S.
-, warrants, fees for, 466.
-, wrecks, see Wrecks; Admiralty (droits).

Adoration, the, see Pictures.

Adramyti (Asia Minor), bishop of, 1687.

Adventurers see Ireland; Merchant Adventurers' Co.

Advocate General of England see Admiralty.

Ady, John, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court for joining tallies, 372, 382, 449, 829, 953, 1011, 1012, 1302, 1372, 1559, 1570, 1653, 1739, 1849, 1897, 2156, 2167.

Afaddy ("Affady") (barony of Iverk, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Affoley (barony of Slievardagh, co. Tipperary), 559.

Affolishane (? barony of Slievardagh, co. Tipperary), 557.

Africa, 9567, 1910.

- Company see Royal Africa.

- - of Brandenburg see Brandenburg.

-, export of hand guns to, 122.

-, maps of, 9567, 995.

-, question as to whether the Canary Islands are in Africa or Europe, 9567, 995.

- wines, 956.

Agar, Mary, widow of Thomas, 1568, 1604, 1882, 2099, 2100.

-, Thomas, Carver to the Queen Dowager, 404; Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, 12, 14, 67, 96, 142, 157, 161, 166, 172, 180, 185, 241, 243, 272, 326, 371, 451, 463, 485, 486, 518, 573, 588, 598, 655, 673, 675, 680, 687, 709, 726, 751, 771, 772, 793, 807, 839, 840, 872, 936, 983, 994, 1002, 1005, 1027, 1033, 1051, 1057, 1059, 1076, 1078, 1096, 1117, 1107, 1135, 1210, 1229, 12545, 1363, 1443, 1454, 1549, 1568, 1648, 1652, 1772, 1736, 1843, 2099, 2100; accounts, 1604, 1882.

Agates, imports of, 269.

Agents to Army Regiments see Army (Regimental Agents).

- for Taxes see Taxes.

Aggs, John, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Aghaviller ("Aghavillagh") (barony of Knocktopher, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Aghavoy (Aghevoy called Gartenagawney) (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Aglbe, William, clerk of the Foreign Letter Office, 1971.

Agnabegg (co. Limerick), 1954.

Agreagh (barony of Kells, co. Kilkenny), 569.

Agrigg see Aycridge.

Aguinaldos (presents by ambassadors), 185.

Ailesbury, Earl of see Bruce, R. and T.

- (Aylesbury), Mr., discovery of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 839, 865, 878.

-, William, merchant to Virginia, 953.

Ailesworth (Frogmore Farm, Windsor), 1703.

Ainger (and see Anger, Angier, Aungier), Francis, tenant, Woking, 887.

Ainsty (Deanery, diocese of York), 1976.

Airault, Peter, of the Isle of Rh, Protestant refugee going to America, 299, 315.

Aires see Ayres.

Airy (Airey), James, superstitious uses papers, 296.

Aiskell, Humphry, Deputy Treasurer of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, (167883), 1081.

Aislaby see Aslaby.

Ajazzi, Dominick, merchant, 923.

Akerman, Capt., hiring ship at Plymouth during Monmouth's rebellion, 332.

Akeroyde (Acroyd, Akroyde), Samuel, of the King's private music, 1405.

Alamodes, silks or taffetyes called alamodes, patent for manufacture of, 1733, 1802, 1816, 1838, 1917.

Albemarle, Duke of see Monck, G. and C.

Albany, New York, 1627.

Albeville, Marquess of, in the Holy Roman Empire, see White, Sir J.

Albricci, Signor, a Gregorian in the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

Alby, Count d', Barbados debt, 1650.

Alcaune, bed tapestry, 2015.

Alcazar (Kebir, Morocco), Alcade of, present to, 331; his hostages at Tangier, 331.

Alcock (Alecock), Charles, tenant, co. Tipperary, 549, 555.

-, John, encroachments, Macclesfield, 1336.

-, Laurence, Up Park, co. Sussex, 772.

-, Stephen, of Croxteth, Justice of Peace, co. Lancs., 1535.

-, Tho., waiter, Bristol port, 229, 271, 1078, 1156.

Alconbury (co. Hunts), 1696.

Alday, Walter, Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

Aldbrough (co. Yorks), 615, 621.

Aldeburgh (co. Suffolk), 375, 1193, 1287, 2158; river, 375.

Alderley (co. Chester), 1405, 1788.

Aldermoor (Ringwood, co. Southants), 1443.

Alderney (Channel Islands), wool shipments to, 1265, 1375, 1449.

Aldersgate see Streets.

Alderson, Christopher, tenant, Arkingarthale, 1935.

-, Isabel, widow, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Robert, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

Alderston, Joan, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Alderwasley manor (co. Derby), 1227.

Aldgate parish (London), 636, 994, and see Streets.

Aldham, William, Tangier inhabitant, 437, 485, 536.

Aldingham (co. Lancs), 1361, 1362.

Aldred, Thomas, Commissioner to inquire of derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

Aldridge, Edward, underkeeper, New Park, Richmond, 2112.

-, Elizabeth, widow of John, 1229.

-, John, purser of the Bristol, 1229.

-, Mr., payment to by the Farmer of the Post Office, 462.

-, -, secretary to Lord Berkeley of Stratton, 1053.

Aldus, Samuel, ensign, Tangier, 846.

Aldworth (and see Ayleworth), Henry, deputy auditor, 1826.

-, Richard, of Hinton Pepard, co. Wilts, lease of lands at Windsor, 1703; an auditor of the Exchequer Court, 810, 1089, 2031.

-, William, surveyor, Bristol port, 615, 635.

-, -, auditor of the Duke of York's private revenue, 374; issues to for secret service, 1450, 1451, 1482, 1486; lease of Frogmore, 1650, 16856, 17024 1708, 1722; grant of E. Bonnett's lands in trust, 1857; mount on St. James's Garden wall, 601; an auditor of the Exchequer Court, 4, 5, 6, 16, 1819, 92, 127, 129, 151, 159, 160, 164, 201, 205, 235, 2523, 262, 267, 275, 285, 296, 320, 321, 330, 359, 360, 371, 375, 388, 400, 401, 413, 449, 488, 494, 499, 502, 514, 516, 518, 520, 612, 638, 674, 681, 692, 724, 742, 743, 746, 776, 786, 790, 803, 810, 833, 834, 899, 903, 914, 923, 926, 940, 962, 965, 1031, 1035, 1098, 1102, 1105, 1115, 1134, 1157, 1162, 1163, 1167, 1192, 1212, 1217, 1219, 1222, 1234, 1241, 1243, 1256, 1259, 1281, 1287, 1292, 1294, 1308, 1312, 1319, 1320, 1374, 1375, 1411, 1434, 1440, 1447, 1450, 1454, 1455, 1457, 1465, 1481, 1488, 1499, 1501, 1513, 1541, 1547, 1564, 1581, 1582, 1586, 1589, 1591, 1597, 1601-2, 1608, 1621, 1640, 1656, 1671, 1694, 1708, 1717, 1720, 1724, 1734, 1752, 1772, 1784, 1808, 1810, 1839, 1842, 1845, 1860, 1862, 1882, 1886, 1899, 1904, 1914, 1925, 1945, 1947, 1963, 1984, 1993, 2011, 2026, 2031, 2040, 2087, 2099, 2111, 2115, 2116, 2121, 2130, 2143, 2146, 2147, 2155.

Aleduff (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Alehouse licensing, 1159.

Aleworth see Ayleworth.

Alexander, Henry, 4th Earl of Stirling, grant in New Plymouth, 1053, 11746.

-, James, agent to the Earl of Dunbarton's Regiment, 1485, 1946.

-, John, ensign, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 575.

-, Mr., clerk in the Customs Secretary's office, 662.

-, Robert, merchant, Manchester, 165.

-, Waldegrave, debtor of J. Rivans, 434.

-, William, 1st Earl of Stirling, 1053, 1175.

-, -, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 630.

"Alexander, Victories of" (prints), 28.

Alexandria (Egypt), 172, 198.

Alford, Capt. (Tangier), 846.

-, George, vintner and mariner, Lyme, opposed Monmouth's landing, 1244, 1874.

-, Capt. Gregory, pension, 1300, 1338, 1895; a Commissioner for rebels in the West, 1189, 1309, 1683, 1894; lands, co. Somerset, 1212.

-, John, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

-, Richard, waiter, Bridgetown, Barbados, 1476.

-, William, tidesman, London, 435.

Algerines see Algiers (ships).

Algiers, 172, 828.
-, Admiral of (Canary) see Ail Rais.
-, Agent and Consul General at see Rycaut, P.; Erlisman, J.; Neville, Capt. J.
-, Dey of, 211, 248; present to, 141, 332, 342, 362, 1286.
-, esteemed a part of the Ottoman Empire, 130.
-, English slaves in and ransom of (and see Redemption), 171, 2112, 248, 346, 404, 820, 9645, 1049, 1073, 1558 9, 1974; escape of, 1879.
-, peace made at, 211.
-, ships of, Algerines or men of war, 951, 964; captured by English, 176; combats with, 308, 1974; capturing Dutch prizes and bringing them into Portsmouth port, 796-7, 835, 849, 916, 942, 943, 951, 976, 1096, 1225, 1255, 12912, 1309, 1322.
-, treaty with England, 1049, 1073, 1291.
-, war with Dutch, 15589.
-, wine, 130.

Ali Rais, Canary, Admiral of Algiers, 308, 1225, 1255, 12912.

Alienation Office, Commissioners of (or deputies to the Treasury Lords as farmers of said office) (see Bertie, P., Turner, Sir E., Courthop, E., Vaughan, T., Cooke, E., Middleton, C., Brunskell, P., Sanderson, J.), 143, 158, 1153, 1338, 1386, 1474, 1565, 1605, 1617, 1840, 1888, 1975, 2015, 2159, 2167; clerks to them, 521, 541, 1888.
-, establishment, 158.
-, fines (called the King's silver) in America, 361.
-, incidents, 1617.
-, Master of Chancery for taking oaths in the Office (see Potenger, J., Crew, N., Courthop, R., Morley, G.), 1338, 1344, 141213, 1617.
-, moneys, issues out of, 280, 384, 395, 434, 866, 1048, 1051, 1597, 1617, 1797, 1888.
-, officer for entering writs of covenant and writs of entr see Clark, H., Westcombe, R., Moore, C.: officer for endorsing said writs see Rhodes, S., Bartholomew, W., Corvile, E., Dodd, H.
-, pensions out of, 77, 1153, 1474.
-, Receiver of see Nicholas, E., Aty, Sir A., Suckling, Sir J., Tweedy, H., Bond, T.
-, revenue, improvement of, 1565.
-, Treasury Lords or Lord Treasurer as Farmers of the Office, 135, 1231, 1344, 1413, 1684, 1840, 1975.
-, writs of covenant and writs of entr, 135, 143, 1344, 1412.

Aliens, 601, 740, see Denizations, Naturalizations.

-, Customs on and privileges of see Customs (aliens).

-, not to be merchants in the Plantations, 356.

Alington, Lady Diana, widow of William, Lord Alington, 350.

-, Giles, 4th Lord Alington, chief cupbearer at the Cornation, 174.

-, Hildebrand, loans on the Linen Duty, 2177.

-, William, 3rd Lord Alington, Constable of the Tower, 350, 351, 522, 529, 699, 703, 994, 1328, 1331, 1750.

Alkham (co. Kent), 1057.

Alkins, Tho., shipmaster see Atkins, Thomas.

Allambridge, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Allegiance and Supremacy see Oaths.

Allegane (barony of Slievardagh, co. Tipperary), 551.

Allen (Alleyn, Allin), Beniah, of Rickmansworth, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, co. Herts, 1983.

-, Char., Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

-, Edmund, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

-, -, customs affidavit, 991.

-, Elias, discovery of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 246, 288, 322, 464, 501, 1034, 1217.

-, Francis, father of Martha, 1488.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 422.

-, George, waiter, Beaumaris, 1928.

-, Henry, Customs information, 1534; King's waiter's place, London, 465.

-, -, debt due to from S. Danvers, 616.

-, -, rebel in the West, 417.

-, James see Allen, Thomas.

-, -, secretary to Lord Jermyn, Governor of Jersey, 591.

-, Joan, tenant, Creeksea Marsh, 2092.

-, John, vicar of Hemingford Grey, co. Hunts, 2076.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 558.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, -, payment out of a Navy ticket, 709, 765.

- (alias Cornish), John, tenement in Mells, co. Somerset, 653.

-, Joshua, of Dublin, merchant, 549.

-, Martha, lands, co. Salop, 1300, 1393, 1476, 1488.

-, Mr. D. D., tenant of Poynetts Marsh, Essex, 2089.

-, Mr., partner with Mr. Cranfeild in the mast trade, 701.

-, Patrick, lands co. Tipperary, 550.

-, Richard, rebel in the West. 419.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Capt. Stephen, lands, Ireland, 559.

-, Thomas (James), deputy King's waiter, London, 343, 1556, 1765; landwaiter, London, 1793; deputy surveyor, Bristol port, 501; tidesman, Bristol, 51920.

-, Thomas, tenant, Bermondsey, 880.

-, -, encroachments, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, Quaker, co. Northampton, 633.

-, -, captain of the Quaker ketch, 182, 198, 1054, 1483, 1600.

-, Sir Thomas, naval commander, 511.

-, -, of London, bart., 1894.

-, William, master of the William and Mary, 1101.

- (alias Cornish), William, tenement in Mells, co. Somerset, 653.

Allen (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

- (Durham bishopric), 1826.

Allenbourk (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Allengort ("Allongurt") (Kilnamanagh Barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Allenhogan (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Allens, Richard, rebel in the West, 415.

Allewaye, John, of Bristol, mariner, seizure of his ship, 951.

Allex Nicho, barque from Dieppe, 2017.

Alley, Andrew, lands, Windsor, 1703.

-, Emanuel, tenant, Dover, 884.

-, Simon, brother of Andrew, lands, Windsor, 1703.

Allhorne, Richard, lands, Ireland, 557.

Allibone, Cha., watchman, London port, 622.

-, Lady, widow to Sir Richard, 2107.

-, Richard and Sir Richard, counsel at law, 192; Sir S. Morland's pension, 277, 474, 9489, 1168; Sir R. Peyton's estate, 837, 851, 897, 1131, 1790; serjeant at law and Justice of the King's Bench, 1200, 1331, 1346, 1821, 2014, 2107.

Allie, Alderman [? of Deal or London], 580.

Allington (co. Dorset), 2005.

Allison, John, watchman, London, 1278.

Allom, George, tenant, Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, 1821.

Allon (co. Kildare), 1954.

Allond (lands, Frogmore, Windsor), 1704.

Allow (? Allon or Alne, co. Yorks), 1826.

Alloway, Thomas, outlaw, co. Bucks., 1408.

Allt-Goch (co. Cardigan), 2165.

Allum, Elinor, of Goddington, Recusant, 455.

Allway, Thomas, Roman Catholic, 480.

Allwood, Richard, rebel in the West, 421.

-, William, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 1909.

Almond, Charles, rector of Thornton, co. Yorks, 2085.

Almoner see King's Almoner.

- to the Queen see Ronchi, J.

Alnmouth (co. Northumberland), 186, 1155.

Alphin, William, tidesman, Plymouth, 1671.

Alps, journey over, 876.

Alresford (co. Hants), 817.

Alsop, Ann, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

-, John, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

-, Mris., house in Tangier, 304.

-, Russell, merchant, London, 480; importing muslin, 731, 744, 1013.

-, William, tidesman, Bristol port, 1949.

Alston, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, William, rebel in the West, 415.

Alter (near Kilkenny city), 561.

Alton, Mr., shipmaster, 770.

Altona treaty (Denmark and the Hanse Towns 1688), 1903.

Altham, Lord see Annesley, A.

-, Sir James, lease in trust for the Countess of Anglesey, 2058.

Altwood, woodland, Bray, co. Berks, 885.

Alum (or alum works), farm or farmers (see Cholmley, H., Twisden, J., Crispe, T.), accounts and defalcation allowances, 1177, 12145, 1241, 1292, 1301.

- -, annuity out of, 239, 286, 1269, 1297.

- -, assignee see Darcy, Sir W.

- -, details and names of the alum works, 1215.

Alwood, William, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 880.

Amaron, E., wool export frauds, 1974.

AMBASSADORS, bills of extraordinaries, including intelligence, mourning &c., 945, 1045, 184, 185, 1901, 286, 3002, 30910, 3468, 3667, 369, 466, 5734, 61721, 853, 876, 8923, 9467, 9878, 11167, 12201, 14913, 14947, 18867, 19013, 19058, 20525, 20712, 21145; regulation of, 1587, 1877, 1904, 1905, 2071.
-, chapel furniture for, 335, 342.
-, correspondents and messengers, 620, 621; see Everard, Mr., Douglas, Mr.
-, distinction as to quality of royal presents to, 1772.
-, franking letters of, 462.
-, free import of their goods, 1532.
-, plate for, 105; for issues of plate to and return of same see Jewel House.
-, raising money on their ordinary, 302, 367, 369.

- FROM ENGLAND TO
-, Algiers, Agent and Consul General see Rycaut, P., Erlisman, J., Martin, S., Nevill, Capt. J.
-, Brunswick, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary see Skelton, B.
-, Denmark, Envoy Extraordinary see Silvius, Sir G.; Envoy, 1493, see Roberts, R., Powell, Capt. E.
-, France, Envoy Extraordinary see Preston, Visct., Trumbull, Sir W., Waldegrave, Lord H.; Ambassador, 1493, see Brown, Sir R., Skelton, B.
-, Flanders or Spanish Netherlands, Governor of, Resident at Brussels with see Bulstrode, Sir R.; Envoy Extraordinary to, 1493, see Porter, Col.; English Consul in, 1907.
-, Geneva, Consul at see Kirke, T.
-, Germany, employ in see Poley, E., Etheridge, Sir G.; Envoy Extraordinary [to Emperor] see Carlingford, Earl of; Ambassador to Emperor see Peterborough, Earl of; Envoy Extraordinary to the Princes of Germany see Skelton, B.; Agent at Ratisbon, 1493, see Poley, E.; Resident ibid. see Etheridge, Sir G.
-, Hanse Towns, 1493, Resident with see Wyche, Sir P.; Envoy Extraordinary to see Skelton, B.
-, Holland or States General, Envoy see Chudleigh, T.; Envoy Extraordinary see Skelton, B., White, Sir J.; Agent to see Plott, T.; sent to England with private intelligence see Cox, Mr.; Consuls, 2053; Consul at Rotterdam see Hodges, A.; Consul at Amsterdam see Bull, Mr., Petit D.
-, Italy, Agent at Leghorn for the Naval Victualling, 1049, see Ambassadors to Rome; Consul at Naples see Davis, Sir G.
-, Portugal, Envoy Extraordinary see Scarborough, C.; Envoy from Catherine of Braganza to her brother see Sandis, T. de.
-, Ratisbon, Agent at see Poley, E.
-, Rome, Ambassador Extraordinary see Castlemaine, Earl of; Secretary to see Lytcot, Sir J.; Protector of his Majesty's affairs in the Court of Rome see Este, Cardinal R. d'; employed under the Earl of Castlemaine see Hanford, Mr.
-, Russia, Envoy Extraordinary to Czar of Muscovy see Gordon P.
-, Savoy, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary see Soames, Sir W.
-, Spain, Envoy Extraordinary, 1493, see Visct. Granville of Lansdown, Goodrick, Sir H.; Ambassador see Godolphin, Sir W., Stafford, Mr.; Agent at Cadiz St. Mary and the District see Westcombe, Sir M.; for the Spanish Netherlands see Ambassadors to Flanders.
-, Sweden, Agent in see Robinson, J., Warwick, P.; Envoy see Wood, Sir E.; Poley, E., Coventry, H.; Secretary to see Rosse, T.
-, Tripoly, Agent and Consul General at see Lodington, N., Baker, T.
-, Turkey, Ambassador to, 335, 342, 1593, 1719, 1727: see Soames, Sir W., Trumbull, Sir W., Chandos, Lord.
-, Tuscany, Grand Duke of, Resident with see Dereham, Sir T., described as Envoy, 1959.
-, Venice, Consul at see Hobson, J., Higgons, Sir T.
-, Zante, Consul in see Harby, Sir C.

- TO ENGLAND FROM
-, Brandenburg, Envoy or Resident, 140, 141, 290; Envoy Extraordinary (for the Coronation in April, 1685) see Spanheim, Ezechiel.
-, Brunswick Wolfenbuttel, Envoy Extraordinary, 290.
-, Cologne, Resident, 141, 601, see Gloxin, M. de, Corker, Father; Envoy Extraordinary, 377.
-, Curland, Duke of, Envoy, 1578, see Blomberg, Baron de.
-, Denmark, 140, 145, 1916, 1979; Envoy see Lente, Count de, Persdorff, Monsieur de; Secretary to see Fouleresse, Monsieur de la.
-, Elector Palatine, Envoy Extraordinary from see Hamilton, Count.
-, Flanders, or Spanish Netherlands, Envoy see Tilly, Count, Bergh, Prince de, Salazar, Count; Envoy Extraordinary see Valsassine, Count de.
-, Florence, Resident, 141.
-, France, 140, 491, 649, 780, 787, 807, 1545, 1944, 2146; Envoy Extraordinary see Lorges, G. A. de; Humieres Marchal de; Torcy, Marquis de; Bonrepaux, Marquis de, Ruvigny, Monsieur de; Ambassador, see Barillon, P.; Envoy from the Duke of Orleans see D'Estampes, Monsieur.
-, Furstenberg, Prince of, Envoy from see Everards, Capt. R.
-, Genoa, Secretary, 141; Resident, 327; Agent see Ottone C.; Envoy Extraordinary from Republic of see Palavicino, Marquis A. de.
-, Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary, 140, see Martinitz, G. A., Thun, Count de, Kaunitz, D.A.; Secretary to see Hoffman, J. P.
-, Hanover, Envoy, 140, see Reken, Baron de.
-, Holland, 75, 83, 88, 140, 294, 361, 368, 779, 809, 1365; three Ambassadors, 377, see Duivenwoorde, Lord, Dyckvelt, Lord; Ambassador in ordinary see Zitters, A. van; Secretary, 377, 1530, see Chavergny, H.
-, Hanse Towns, Agent see Jacobson, T.
-, Hesse Homberg, Envoy, 141.
-, Hesse Cassel, Envoy see Ketles, Baron de.
-, Juliers, Duke of, Gentleman from, 617.
-, Luneburg see Ambassadors from Zelle.
-, Mainz, Elector, Envoy Extraordinary, 327.
-, Modena, Duchess, Envoy, 140, 141, 290, 1979, see Resigni, Monsieur, Cattaneo, Marquis.
-, Neuburg, Resident, 141; Envoy see Devilbroke, Baron de.
-, Orleans, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary see Tonneur, Count de.
-, Orange, Prince of, Envoy see Overkirke, M. de, Bentinck, W., Zeulestein, M.
-, Poland, Envoy see Radzivill, Prince.
-, Portugal, Envoy, 140, 279, 291, 311, 451, 1916, 2022, 2030; Envoy Extraordinary see Furios, Don J. de; Ambassador Designate see Pontevall, Count de.
-, Rome, Nuncio from the Pope see Adda, F. d'.
-, Russia, Muscovite Envoy, 1655, 1660, 1669, 1715.
-, Savoy, Duke, Envoy, 140, 157, see Trinit, Comt de la.
-, Spain, Agent, 948; Ambassador Extraordinary, 140, 689, 907, 1081, 2062, see Ronquillo, P. de, Valparaiso, Marquis de; his gentleman, 774; Malpica, Marquis de; Bedmar, Marquis de.
-, Sweden, Envoy, 140; Ambassador see Leyonbergh, Lord.
-, Treves, Elector, Envoy Extraordinary from see Loe, Baron de.
-, Tuscany, Resident from Florence, 5; Envoy Extraordinary from, 617.
-, Venice, Resident, 141; Ambassador, 431, 470, 486, 536, 1708, see Sarotti, P., Zeno, Senr., Giustiniani, Senr., Signolo, G.; Secretaries to, 617.
-, Zelle, Duke, Envoy, 145.

Amber, Tho., Recusancy fine, co. Cambridge, 1922.

Ambergrees, 1828.

Amberson, Robert, collector, Bristol, 666.

Amerciaments, writing and bringing over see Exchequer Court (pleas).

America, 9567, 1071, 1995, see Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Connecticut, Jamaica, Leeward, Maine, Martinique, Maryland, Navigation, Nevis, New England, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Plymouth, New York, Pennsylvania, Plantations, Providence, Rhode Island, St. Christopher, Trade, Virginia, West Indies.
-, coast of, 1748.
-, King's silver or alienation fines in, 361.
-, mainland of, 1522.
-, treaty of neutrality for [between England and France], 1346.

Amersley see Anstey, C.

Amery (Amory), Richard, deputy King's waiter, London, 252, 294, 798, 872, 876.

Ames (Arnes), Benjamin, shipmaster, 1708, 1729.

Amiaud, Monsieur, complaint against Customs officer, Dartmouth, 1690.

Amounderness (hundred, co. Lancs), 289, 1230.

Amsterdam (Holland), 118-9, 135, 183, 294, 309, 515, 619, 620, 809, 850, 947, 951, 987, 1097, 1365, 1490, 1493, 1494, 1495, 1496, 1515, 1700, 1816, 2053, 2127.

-, Consul at see Bull, Mr.

Amy, Thomas, Receiver of Hearthmoney in Kent and Sussex, 960, 980, 1097.

Anateau, Mr., one of the King's musicians, 1442, 1822.

Ancaster (co. Lincoln), 2078.

Anchetell, Francis, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Anchorage duty in Ireland and England, 3123.

Anderby (co. Lincoln), rectory, 1774.

Andero see St. Andero.

Andersey, Thomas, rebel in the West, 421, 425.

Anderson, John, boatman, Sandwich, 64, 817; ditto Margate, 1500.

-, Richard, shipmaster, 269.

Anderton, Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Charles, waiter, Padstow port, 1754; deputy customer, Lancaster port, 1948.

-, George, tenement, Boyton, 356.

-, Mary, daughter of George, 356.

-, Mathew, collector, Chester port, 334, 342, 2104, 2105, 2121, 2128; Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands in the Dee, Chester, 1644.

Andrew, Philip, encroachments, Macclesfield, 1336.

-, Richard, labourer employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

Andrews (Andrewes), Barnaby, tenant, Harbridge, Hants, 1510.

-, Benjamin, surety of A. Broughton, 1749.

-, Dionysius, derelict lands, Essex, 1489, 1868, 2091; surety for J. Nash, 1655, 1722.

-, Gerrard, King's waiter, London, 1276.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419, 424.

-, Mary, Quaker, Surrey, 630.

-, Mr., styled a regicide, lands, Ireland, 1520.

-, -, witness in Monmouth's rebellion, 1099.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 556.

-, -, tidesman, Woodbridge, 1287, 1330.

-, Roger, lease Castle Close, Exeter, 1640, 1682, 1704.

-, Philip, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Thomas, Plantation duty clerk, 267; clerk for the wood farm, 590; examiner of outport books, 686.

-, -, Comptroller, Cardiff, 443.

-, - merchant, victualling Tangier, 317, 827.

-, William, custodiam lease, Bury St. Edmunds, 1461.

Andridg, William, rebel in the West, 413.

Andros, Sir Edmund, Barbados Regiment, 37; payment for Eliz. Price, 177; Governor of New England, 768, 821, 864, 921, 933, 941, 1036, 1072, 1532, 15823, 1599, 1717, 1882, 1927, 1944, 2029, 2057.

Andus, Antho., Recusant, 626.

Ange, Edward, Agent for the Wine Licences, 138, 1944; solicitor or manager for the King in the matter of Recusants' forfeitures, Receiver General of Recusants' forfeitures, 49, 66, 132, 151, 217, 218, 255, 342, 450, 454, 467, 480, 481, 498, 527, 535, 536, 580, 594, 624, 658, 670, 789, 808, 932, 937, 990, 1035, 1036, 1064, 1070, 1083, 1115, 1122, 1245, 1251, 1303, 1343, 1360, 1370, 1380, 1387, 1402, 1413, 1464, 1479, 1572, 1602, 1645, 1651, 1720, 1742, 1759, 1765, 1791, 1807, 1881, 1956, 1959, 2022, 2055, 2170.

-, Elizabeth, tenant, Bermondsey, 881.

Angel gold or healing gold see Privy Purse.

Angell, Richard, shipmaster, 1059.

Anger (and see Ainger, Angier, Aungier), Bernard, carpenter, 1811.

-, John, tenant, Cornwall, 913.

Angersleigh (co. Somerset), 2005.

Angerton Moss (co. Lancs), 1361, 1362

Angier (Angyer and see Ainger, Anger, Aungier), John, carpenter, 1082, 1094.

Anglesea, Earl and Countess of see Annesley, A. and J. and E.

Anglesea county, 458, 909, 1428, 1527, 2010.

-, -, chancellor and chamberlain of, 2109.

-, -, hearthmoney, 279.

- -, Justice of, 1113, 1311.

- -, original seal and pre fines, 122, 720, 745.

- -, Receiver of Crown Revenues for see Harcourt, G., Whitley, T., Wynn, M.

- -, seal for, 1593, 1726.

Anguish, Edmund, senr., customer, Yarmouth, 173, 198, 1588, 1762, 1828.

-, -, junr., collector, Yarmouth, 106, 173, 1762.

-, John, Comptroller, Lynn Regis, 93, 151, 173, 198, 201, 207, 290.

-, Richard, collector, Yarmouth, 173, 198, 1587, 1588, 1762.

Anleene see Derrykennedy.

Ann see Ballyduff.

Ann, Michael of Burwalls, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Yorks, 1696.

Annagholty (barony of Owney and Arra, co. Tipperary), 550.

Anna Kilbiran see Kilbarrano.

Anne and Anne Sophia see Princess.

Annesley (Annesly, Annersley, Anslow), Abraham, rebel in the West, 481.

-, Altham, 1st Lord Altham, 1147.

-, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Anglesea, 20,000l. paid to in 1659 for the Army in Ireland, 700, 712, 740, 835, 863; Lord Privy Seal, 6, 1352; Treasurer of the Navy, 44, 1044, 1928; lands, Ireland, 554, 562; Hearthmoney assessment on his house at Bletchington, 427, 475, 498, 503; petition for lands, 1687; subsidy arrears, 1044.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Anglesea, widow of Arthur, 1352, 1365; lease of derelict lands, 2058.

-, Fra, loans on the Linen Duty, 2184.

-, James, 4th Earl of Anglesea, 1044, 1928.

-, Capt. Maurice in Trelawney's Regiment at Tangier, 668, 711, 849, 2103.

Annointing etc. for the Coronation, 68.

Annunciation see Pictures.

Ansdell, Richard, boatman, Helbre, co. Chester, 1948.

Ansell, Mr., deputy keeper of Yoxhall Ward, Duchy of Lancaster, 1374.

Ansheire, John, tenant of encroached land, Bermondsey, 879.

Anslow, Capt. see Annesley, Maurice.

Anstey (Amersley), Cordwell, tenant, Kent, 886.

Anteline, Mr., Roman Catholic, pension from Charles II, 1479.

Antell, Edward, debtor to L. Santen, Receiver General, New York, 1706, 1707.

Anthony, John, waiter and searcher, Whitstable, 1241; tidesman, London, 1914, 1949.

Antigua (and see Leeward Isles), 191, 443.
-, Assembly, Acts of, 1867, 1874, 2170.
-, Council, 1874.
-, Four and a Half per cent. Duty officers, 100, 340, 798, 877.
-, Governor, 1874.
-, impost on wine, 1874, 1867.
-, Lieut.-Governor see Powell, E.
-, places for shipping goods at, 1255.
-, plantations in, 521.
-, public Treasury, 1867.
-, tobacco from, 340, 521.

Antliff, Edward, soldier, St. Christopher, 62.

Antrim, Marquess see Mac Donnell, R.; Marchioness of see Mac Donnell, Rose.

Antrim county (Ireland), 151920, 1954.

Antrobus, Jonathan, tidesman, London, 2008.

Antwerp (Belgium), 301, 891, 1755, 1856, 1907.

Anvelagh, alias Belagh (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Apley (co. Salop), 1393.

- Castle (co. Salop), 1389.

Aplin, William, rebel in the West, 423.

Apothecary see Army (apothecary), King's (apothecary).

Appleby, Christopher, landwaiter, Newcastle, 1740.

-, Francis, of Appleby, outlaw for murder, 1652.

- Lancelot, attorney, 459; Commissioner for rebels in the West, 873, 1046, 1090, 1091, 1189, 1309, 1341, 1417, 1509, 1683, 1966.

Appleby (co. Derby), 1652.

Appledore (co. Devon), 595, 596.

Apples see Cazerolles.

Appleton, Giles, tidesman, London, 1278.

Appleton (co. Yorks), 1213.

Appleyard, Henry, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Mathew, customer, Hull, 161, 233, 571, 868, 1167, 1923, 2159, 2160.

Apprenticeship, case of, 2008.

Apprice, Thomas, King's waiter, London, 1441, 1448, 1958; customer, Bristol, 2149.

Appropriation clauses, 387.

Apsley, Sir Allen (1637), navy victualling accounts, 967, 1055, 1081, 1461, 2086.

-, Sir Allen, payment in 1672 to Alderman Meynell, 790; grant of lands by Charles II, 1722; treasurer for the Duke of York, 1301, 20867.

-, Sir Peter, Excise farm (16845), 1011, 524; Treasurer and Receiver General for the Duke of York, 182, 233, 401, 499, 627, 656, 754, 769, 775, 895, 899, 1301, 1319, 1582, 1589, 1621, 1802, 1810, 2068, 20867; Receiver of the Post Office for the Duke of York (till 1685), 227; paying the King's foxhounds, 283; Cofferer of the Household, 293, 295, 334, 364, 874, 931, 952, 1142, 1143, 1149, 1538; dowry for his wife (Dame Katherine Fortrey), 1548, 1552; referee, 1080.

Apulia, Italy, manna from, 1101.

Aquitaine, Duke of, represented at the Coronation, 70.

Arabia, 2009.

Aram, Arnold, customer of Gloucester port, 1454, 1946.

-, Thomas, solicitor to the Excise Commissioners, 277, 335, 1458, 2159; pension on Post fines, 91.

Aran, Island (Ireland), 1910.

Archangel (Russia), 490, 499.

Archer, Andrew, debt due to from Tangier officers, 1160; bond to W. Bowtell, 916.

-, Hugh, Plantation duty officer, Bridgetown, Barbados, 136.

-, Mr., alderman and postmaster, Deptford, 1675.

-, William, tidesman, Yarmouth, 1289.

Archersrath (near Kilkenny city), 561.

Archerstown (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Arcliffe Bulwark (Dover), garrison of, 118, 244, 338, 545; Governor of see Daniel, Sir T.

Ardbeg (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 562, 565.

Arden, Mr., attorney, 459.

Arderne, Sir John, lands in Delamere Forest, 436.

-, John, farmer of Excise of Leicester, 19656.

Ardglass, Earl of see Cromwell, V. E.

Ardmagh (co. Monaghan), 1954.

Ardmoyle (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Ardrillard Thirgangowne (co. Tipperary), 548.

Ardscalfe (Slane barony, co. Meath), 570.

Areton see Arston.

Argalls, Mr., petition for Excise place, 324.

Argoll, Thomas, of Baddow, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, London, 1804.

Aris see Arris.

Arkingarthdale Forest, alias New Forest in Arkingarthdale, co. Yorks, ? 397, 837, 1085, 1254, 1741, 1766, 1875, 1891, 1934.

Arlington, Earl see Bennet, H.

- House (London), 1386.

Armagh, city and county, 1954.

-, archbishop see Boyle, M., Margetson, J.

-, archbishopric sede vacante profits, 2047.

Armenian merchants see Petrous, G., Calender, C. P.

- nation, trade with, 200910; Agent to, 2010.

Armiger (Armigen), Gabriel, Justice of Peace, co. Norfolk, 464, 1683.

Armilla for Coronation, 69.

Armin, manor (co. Yorks), 270.

Armouries, clerk of see Sherburn, E.

Arms, illicit import of, 359, 370.

-, prohibition of import of and search for, 316, 384, 9445.

-, shipped from Holland, 183, 189.

- or heraldic painter see Blackmore, Eliz.

Armstrong, James, poor Tangier soldier, 23, 409.

-, Lieut. William, pension out of Queen Dowager's Portugal money, 3289, 337, 454, 1061, 1649, 1940; Poll assessment, 678.

ARMY in England (for the Army, Forces or soldiers elsewhere see Ireland, Scotland, Holland, France, Barbados, Leeward, Jamaica, Nevis. St. Christopher, Tangier, Virginia).
-, Accounts see Army (disbandment), Army (Paymaster).
-, Accoutrements see Army (clothes).
-, agents see Army (regimental agents).
-, Apothecary General of the Forces, 1350, see Whittle, R.
-, artillery, 738, 850, 933, 997, 1132, 1384, 2122; artillery train for Ireland, establishment for, 1280, 2122.
-, augmentation of by James II, 289.
-, camp see Army (encampment).
-, chirurgeon, 173, 793, see Peirce, J., Mustow, H., Wyley, J., Bellamy, G.
-, clothes and accoutrements, 230, 258, 406, 738, 839, 849, 928, 932, 933, 934, 982, 997, 1012, 1169, 1198, 1200, 1269, 1289, 1350, 1421, 1487, 1504, 1601, 1697, 2160.
-, colours for, 100, 247, 467, 2018, 2101.
-, Commissary General of Pro visions, 638, 1011, 2111 (see Shales, J.), accounts, 1352, 1565, 1585; deputy to, 19467; issues to, 239, 250, 457, 571. 1133, 1350, 1358, 1432, 1444; provisions delivered to by the Navy Commissioners, 1153.
-, commissions for disbanding see Army (disbanding).
-, contingencies, 2111.
-, court martial, 186.
-, debentures, 517, and see Army (disbanding).
-, debt owing to, 1149.
-, deductions from pay (12d. per , part thereof for Chelsea Hospital), 41, 801, 1232.
-, - for encampment see Army (encampment).
-, Deputy Treasurer and Paymaster, 107.
-, despatches, franking of, 462.
-, disbanding (the forces new raised in 1677 for war with the French King), accounts of, 38, 68, 117, 173, 240, 291, 637, 1033, 1080, 1178, 1601, 1697 (see Player, Sir T.); Commissioners for the disbanding (see Whitley, Col. R., Gerard, Sir G., Birch, Col. J.), 117, 291, 431, 491, 496, 606, 971, 1065, 1258, 1601, 1697; question of the discharge of their accounts during the sitting of Parliament, 242, 406, 519, 1178; debentures for clothes and quarters etc., 117, 406, 431, 491, 496, 519, 598, 606, 637, 687, 802, 973, 10734; assessments for see Assessments (Eighteen Months and Six Months); register of orders or debentures on, 117.
-, encampment, camp at Bristol and Bath, 1057.
-, - on Hounslow Heath, 502, 524, 638, 777, 805, 864, 888, 1485, 1507, 1529, 1678, 1833, 1994; barns, bakehouses, granaries etc.for, 1011, 1083, 1432, 1530, 1740, 1811; brewer for (see Grant, J.), 638; King's tents, 763, 788; meat, stores, bread, forage, waggons, etc. for, 531, 1441, 152930, 1565, 1585, 1713, 2084; issues for see Army (Commissary); damages and deductions for, 1132, 1236, 1432, 1507, 1585, 1713; Hospital on Hounslow Heath, 457, 1011, 1133, 1332, 1374, 1459; medicines for, 638, 1276, 1518, 1814; rules for, 1432.
-, establishment, 19, 28, 320, 321, 338, 385, 7845, 1051, 1090, 1232, 1350, 1382, 16189, 19467, 19734; increase of by James II or establishment for new Forces, 7845, 1713, 1827; garrisons put on, 338, 390; officers of the Tower put on, 1765; 30,000l. per an. out of the Irish revenue towards the English Army establishment see Ireland (revenue).
-, extra allowance for Guards quartered in London or Westminster or attending the King, 1382.
-, fire and candle, allowance for, for garrisons and forts, 1619; ditto for the Grenadiers, 1969.
-, forces from Holland, 1132; English Forces in the employ of the States General, 1133; English Forces sent to Ireland see Ireland.
-, garrisons, 338, 390, 1619; put on the establishment see Army (establishment): see Arcliffe, Berwick, Calshot, Cinque Ports, Dartmouth, Dover, Gravesend, Guernsey, Hull, Jersey, Plymouth, Portsmouth, St. Mawes, Sheerness, Southsea Castle, Tower, Tynemouth, Upnor, Windsor, Wight, Isle of.
-, general officers, reduction of pay, 289.
-, Guard House at Windsor Castle see Windsor Castle.
-, - room at the Tiltyard, Whitehall, 935; furniture for, 1558; Guard Chamber, 1533, 1535.
-, half pay see Army (officers); Army (pensions).
-, hospital see Chelsea Hospital, Army (encampment), Hounslow Heath (hospital), Army (medicines).
-, Ireland see Ireland (Army); 30,000l. per an. from for the English Army establishment see Ireland (revenue).
-, Judge Advocate of the Forces see Clark, G.; office of, 289.
-, lame soldiers' money, 17934.
-, liveries, 1182, 12034, 1867.
-, medicines and medical service, 173, 5312, 1074, 1601, 1814.
-, Militia and Militia Acts see Militia.
-, musters, 19, 614, 888, 1089, 1254; muster master, 30; muster rolls, 668, 785, 1350; Commissary General of, 801, 1254, 1281; Commissaries of (see Crawford, D., Howard, H.) and instructions to, 30, 272, 286, 785, 1469; Deputy Commissaries, 1254; proposals concerning, 1205.
-, officers, arrears, 35; half pay, 31, 84, 196 and see Army (pensions).
-, Pay office, 1131.
-, Paymaster General (see Fox, C., Fox, Sir Stephen, Kingdon, L., Johnson, N., Ranelagh, Earl of; deputy to see Toll, C.) 30, 31, 524; accounts, 401, 216, 271, 5167, 543, 583, 863, 902, 11312, 11323, 13501, 1382, 1479, 1522, 16189, 1727, 2122, 2128, 2174; and of Charles Fox's account, 533; allowance to the Auditors of Imprests for preparing these accounts, 1089; Commission to the Paymaster, 7, 500; office of in the Tilt Yard, 7, 483, 500, 1131, 1293; issues to, out of the Exchequer, 9, 15, 19, 21, 27, 42, 43, 58, 82, 97, 115, 133, 149, 156, 167, 181, 187, 194, 205, 219, 224, 234, 235, 241, 242, 245, 249, 250, 256, 274, 281, 294, 304, 305, 311, 313, 320, 328, 329, 334, 335, 337, 339, 345, 350, 351, 353, 354, 363, 377, 378, 3934, 401, 40910, 4312, 445, 456, 476, 489, 497, 504, 505, 514, 522, 534, 542, 545, 547, 573, 581, 599, 606, 609, 610, 628, 629, 636, 637, 639, 656, 668, 674, 6767, 6845, 688, 699, 712, 713, 719, 722, 737, 746, 747, 754, 757, 760, 765, 769, 775, 787, 796, 805, 830, 848, 857, 864, 870, 874, 890, 895, 899, 900, 904, 911, 924, 939, 947, 948, 958, 975, 989, 997, 1007, 1018, 1038, 1049, 1069, 1075, 1090, 1092, 1100, 1115, 1135, 1136, 1144, 1152, 1153, 1165, 1166, 1174, 1176, 1185, 1187, 1198, 1218, 1234, 1247, 1263, 1274, 1275, 1301, 1315, 13412, 1353, 1364, 1372, 1382, 1395, 1406, 1416, 1430, 1444, 1451, 1462, 1471, 1482, 1497, 1506, 1528, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1548, 1561, 1571, 1585, 1586, 1598, 1615, 1633, 1634, 1647, 1659, 1679, 1690, 1698, 1702, 1713, 1715, 1718, 17278, 1735, 1750, 1758, 17678, 1785, 1796, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1870, 1871, 1877, 18834, 1898, 1911, 1924, 1930, 1939, 1940, 1951, 1968, 1980, 1991, 2007, 2016, 2020, 2029, 2032, 2041, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2069, 2072, 2080, 2082, 2083, 2085, 2086, 2094, 2095, 2096, 2097, 2098, 2103, 2110, 2117, 2123, 2127, 2129, 2131, 2132, 2136, 2138, 2141, 2143, 2145, 2153, 2158, 2160, 2161, 2162, 2164, 2165; payments by, 116, 238, 264, 280, 316, 467, 571, 583, 675, 701, 905, 932, 982, 997, 1063, 1133, 1169, 1253, 1333, 1358, 1445, 1529, 1946, 2101, 2116, 2122, 2143, 2145, 2153, 2158, 2160, 2162, 2165 (for payments of Irish money to see Ireland, revenue).
-, pensions, lists of, 537, 7013, 755, 808, 1081, 12812, 146971, 170911, 1928; for maimed soldiers, 1875.
-, Physician General to the Forces, 1350, see Lawrence, Dr. T.
-, poor soldiers' subsistence, collections for, 17934.
-, purveyor to the King's Horse Guards see Richards, Ann.
-, quarters, 2160; quartering disbanded soldiers, 1601.
-, rebellion (Monmouth's) in the West, Troops engaged against, 532, 650, 661, 793; payments for meat, drink etc. for the Forces, 1350; sick quarters for, 1350, 1459; for individual soldiers engaged against the rebels see Rebellion.
-, recruits, raising of, levy money or allowance for, 1333, 1487, 1776, 2072, 2082, 2086, 2095, 2098, 2110.
-, Regiments, English:
-, Horse Guards, King's Troop, 622, 1212; three [later four] Troops under Earl of Feversham, Duke of Northumberland and Lord Churchill, 30, 326, 531, 904, 1969, 2081; colours for, 100, 111; second Troop thereof under the Duke of Northumberland, 1986; Fourth Troop, 934.
-, -, Royal Regiment of Horse under the Earl of Oxford, 107, 531, 784; under Col. J. Graham, 2117; King's Regiment of Horse, under Earl of Thanet, 902.
-, Foot, First Regiment or King's Battalion of Foot Guards under the Duke of Grafton, 247, 467, 502, 531, 747, 7778, 1169, 1306, 1374, 1382, 1590, 1771, 1814, 1891, 2018.
-, -, Second or Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards under the Earl of Craven, 467, 747, 785, 1233, 2018, 2101; Coldstreamers, 1986.
-, -, Royal Regiment of Foot under the Earl of Dunbarton, 230, 683, 738, 778, 805, 997, 1012, 1063, 1083, 1132, 1504, 1746.
-, -, Queen Dowager's Regiment of Foot under Col. P. Kirke, 483, 1333, 1350, 1487, 1607; disbanded, 1487.
-, -, Prince's Regiment [Prince George of Denmark's Regiment of Foot], 778.
-, -, Holland Regiment of Foot, 1177, 1289, 1445.
-, -, Queen's Regiment of Foot under Col. Trelawney, 187, 849, 1776.
-, -, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, 12534.
-, -, King's Battalion of Five Companies from Tangier, 299.
-, Dragoons, 2072; Royal Regiment of Dragoons, Earl of Feversham's in the New Raised Forces, 1601; Prince Rupert's late Regiment of Dragoons (in the Forces new raised in 1677, disbanded 1679), 519.
-, -, Sir J. Talbot's Dragoons (in the new raised Forces ut supra), 496.
-, -, Col. Butler's Troop, 294.
-, Grenadier Companies or Troops, 982, 1203, 1745, 1746, 1867, 196970, 2072.
-, Independent Companies, 30.
-, Regiments new raised for Monmouth's rebellion, 482.
-, Regiments, Irish.
-, Irish Guards, Royal Regiment of, under the Earl of Ossory, 1883, 1918.
-, Regiments, Scotch:
-, Scots Guards, King's Troop of, 2017; Battalion, 1891.
-, Foot: Scots Regiment, 88, 157, 224, 241, 250, 251 (three Scotch Regiments), 254, 273, 277, 282, 377, 738, 16189.
-, Dragoons, Scots Dragoons, Col. Hamilton's, 316, 381, 382, 401, 467, 2117.
-, Regiment, Dutch, 1834.
-, Regiments, Colonels, see
-, Albemarle, Duke of.
-, Ardglass, Earl of.
-, Arran, Earl of.
-, Barnwall, Patrick.
-, Bridge, Sir T.
-, Buchan, Thomas.
-, Churchill, Lord J.
-, Clifton, Sir W.
-, Cornbury, Viscount.
-, Dartmouth, Lord W.
-, Dover, Lord.
-, Dunbarton, Earl of.
-, Dungan, Col.
-, Dunmore, Earl of.
-, Feversham, Earl of.
-, Forbes, Lord W.
-, Frescheville, Lord J.
-, Gerard of Brandon, Lord C.
-, Grafton, Duke of.
-, Graham, John.
-, Hales, Sir Ed.
-, Hamilton, Col.
-, Kirke, Col. P.
-, Littleton, Sir C.
-, Macartie, Justin.
-, Mathew, Col. A.
-, Montgomery, Visct.
-, Monmouth, Duke of.
-, Northumberland, Duke of.
-, Oglethorpe, Sir T.
-, Ormonde, Duke of.
-, Ossory, Earl of.
-, Oxford, Earl of.
-, Peterborough, Earl of.
-, Plymouth, Earl of.
-, Prince George of Denmark.
-, Richards, Col.
-, Roscommon, Earl of.
-, Scarsdale, Earl of.
-, Slingsby, Sir T.
-, Stanhope, F.
-, Talbot, Sir J.
-, Trelawney, Col. C.
-, Trelawney, Sir J.
-, Walden, Sir L.
-, York, Duke of.
-, regimental agents, 864, 888, 1485, 1487, 2160.
-, Secretary to the Forces (Secretary at War), 490, 1253, see Blathwaite, W.
-, smart money, 531, 650, 670, 1485, 1572, 1652, 1711, 1730.
-, stationery and postage, 1350.
-, stores, 738.
-, Surgeon General, 650.
-, sutlery to be built for at the main Guard in Scotland Yard, 1458.
-, trained bands see London.
-, Treasurers at War under the Commonwealth (see Nelthorp, J., Lawson, J.), accounts, 740, 863.
-, trumpets, 904.
-, volunteer officers coming out of Holland to England, 1790, 1814, 2122.
-, widows and orphans, royal bounty to, 11323.

Arnall see Arnold.

Arnell, Samuel, lands, Locking, co. Somerset, 1967.

-, William, brother of Samuel, 1967.

Arnes see Ames.

Arnett, William, tenant, Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, 1821.

Arnold (Arnould, Arnall), Barakiah, ship's mate, 314, 4434.

-, John, linen draper, Eliz. Lovell's portion, 1986.

-, -, tenement, Abingdon, 1317.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Major, brewer to Charles II, 205.

-, Michael, brewer to Charles II and James II, 152, 205.

-, Mr., Crown law payment to, 459.

-, Mr., rebel in Virginia, 50910.

- (Arnould), Mr., musician of the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

-, Tho., shipmaster, 2112, 2119.

-, William, steward of Wicks Bishop and Waldingfield manors, 356.

-, -, of Glaston, labourer, rebel in the West, 2003.

Aronoco tobacco (Virginia), 1295.

Arra barony (co. Tipperary) see Owney.

Arran, Earl of see Butler, R., Hamilton, J.

Arras workers see Great Wardrobe.

Arris (Aris), Mris., of Bristol, payment to for Crown Law, 1684.

-, Nicho., lease, co. Essex, 108, 169, 186.

Arrowsmith, John, of London, apothecary, 1858.

Arston (Areton), Sir Isaac, loans to Charles II in exile, 1337.

Arthur, Daniel, at Paris, bills for Henry Fitz James, 764, 815, 873, 9212.

-, Richard, collector, Hythe port, 280.

-, William, outlaw for debt, Cornwall, 1870.

Artillery see Army; Scotland.

- Ground, Finsbury, 2019.

Artois (Flanders), 296.

Arundel (Sussex), port, 314, 321, 322, 730, 1278, 1289.

Arundell, Earl of see Howard, H. F., or Fitz Alan, H. . probably the latter.

-, Capt., payments to for Crown law (journey from Bristol), 1684.

-, Henry, 3rd Lord Arundell of Wardour, Lord Privy Seal, 1357, 1369, 1373, 1430, 1432, 1541, 1701, 1833, 1972.

-, John, of Trerice, Cornwall, son of Richard, Lord Arundell of Trerice, 1414, 1474, 1519.
-, lease of Kennington Manor, 269, 641, 667, 6967, 772, 851, 866.

-, Sir John of Lanherne, co. Cornwall, tin business, 8312, 832.

-, Mr., petition for prizage of wines, 1959.

-, Richard, 1st Lord Arundell of Trerice, 1146, 1519; lands, Plymouth, 595, 672, 759, 788, 1121.

-, Thomas, Ringwood manor, co. Southants, 894, 970, 1387, 1408, 1443.

Asby, Champion, Commissioner to enquire as to Tower liberty, 533.

Ascension see Pictures.

Ascue (Askue), Sir George, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, Josiah, rebel in the West, 415, 469, 531.

Ash (Ashe), Benjamin, debt to from Tangier officers, 409.

-, Edmund, searcher, Falmouth, 1740.

-, Jonathan, lands, Ireland, 553.

-, Joseph, weighing porter, 244; Surveyor of the Navigation Act, 1249, 1286, 1404, 1517, 1524.

-, Sir Joseph, East India Company, 314; lease of Richmond Ferry, 1001, 1303, 1355, 1389.

-, Dame Mary, widow of Sir Joseph, lease of Richmond Ferry, 1001, 1303, 1355, 1389, 1820.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 418.

-, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

-, seaman employed on the mole, Tangier, 1642.

Ash (Stourpaine, co. Dorset), 113.

- (co. Surrey), lands called Noose, Loose and Whitmores, 1015.

Ashall, Roger, chaplain, Buriton, co. Hereford, 1809.

Ashanaboy, co. Tipperary see Athanboy.

Ashborne, John, landcarriageman [London port], 1194.

Ashborne (co. Derby), 324, 1022.

Ashburn, John, surety for W. Okes, 789.

Ashburnham, Sir Denny, Excise Commissioner, 10, 247, 1757, 1828; Tangier Victualler, 3178, 1837; Navy Victualler, 400, 407, 431, 720, 820, 827, 1837, 2018; grant of the Dragon prize, 14256, 14689.

-, John, lands, Ireland, 563.

-, William, Cofferer of the Household, 440, 998, 1043, 1069, 1161, 1276, 1277, 1327, 13901, 1545, 1600, 1720.

Ashby (Moor, Kirton in Lindsey, co. Lincoln), 1851.

- Pueroram, vicarage (co. Lincoln), 1775.

Ashcott (manor, co. Somerset), 1714.

Asheldham ("Asleton," "Asseldon") (co. Essex), 2089, 2090, 2093.

Ashenhurst, Randolph, of London, Royal Oak Lottery farmer, 1421, 1433, 1445, 1651, 1801, 1816, 2030.

-, Thomas, of London, Royal Oak Lottery, 1421.

Ashford, Ambrose, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Richard, vicar of North Kelsey, 2079.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, junr., rebel in the West, 423, 425.

Ashford (co. Kent), 1676.

Ashley, Lord see Cooper, A. A.

-, Hugh, rebel in the West, 417.

Ashmole, Elias, Comptroller of Excise, 4, 11, 150, 267, 642, 678, 1458.

Ashnesmeager (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Ashton, John, loans on the linen duty, 2177, 2185.

Ashurst, Sir Henry of Emmington, co. Oxford, baronetcy for, 2002.

Ashwell, John, Recusancy bail, 1021.

Ashwood, John, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

Asia, 9567, 2009.

Asiento, clause relating to Spanish negro trade, 1694.

Aske, Robert, bailiff of Chilesmore manor, Coventry, 782.

Askham Bryan (manor, co. Yorks), 170, 1213.

Askin (Askyn), Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1790.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 1365.

Askue see Ascue.

Aslaby, Thomas, searcher, Hull, 46; collector, Bridlington, 341, 1270.

-, -, junr., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, co. Yorks, 1696, 1805, 1982.

Aslacoe hundred (co. Lincoln), 1778; deanery, 2076.

Assaymaster see Mint, Tin.

Asser, George, of Barling, Essex, 2089.

ASSESSMENTS, 1481:
-, manner of levying, 477.
-, Receivers General see Receivers; for each county see each county separately; for correspondence with see Taxes Agents.
-, for the Army under the Commonwealth, 740, 863.
-, Eighteen Months' Assessment (1661, by the Act 13 Car. II, St. 2, c. 3, for 1,260,000l. by 70,000l. a month for 18 months from 1661, Dec. 25), arrears, 1078.
-, Royal Aid (16645, by the Act 16 and 17 Car. II, e. 1, for 2,477,500l. by 36 monthly assessments of 68,819l. 9s. 0d. per month from 1664, Dec. 25), arrears, 1196; Receivers, 289, 473, 756, 977, 1098, 1217, 1230, 1353, 1502, 1808, 1844, 1876, 1993.
-, Additional Aid (1665, by the Act of 17 Car. 11, c. 1, for 1,250,000l. by 24 monthly assessments of 52,083l. 6s. 8d. per month from 1665, Dec. 25), arrears, 1196, 1637; issues out of, 2164; Receivers, 473, 756, 977, 1230, 1844, 1876, 1993.
-, One Month's Assessment (1665, by the Act 17 Car. II, c. 9, by one month on 120,902l. 15s. 8d.), arrears and Receivers, 1196, 1230, 1844, 1876, 1993.
-, Poll (1666, by the Act of 18 and 19 Car. II, c. 1 and 6), arrears, 1277, 1354, 1390, 1391, 1600; issues out of, 2164; Receivers, 289, 1808, 1844.
-, Eleven Months' (1666, by the Act of 18 and 19 Car. II, c. 13, for 1,256,347l. 13s. 0d. by 11 monthly assessments at 114,213l. 8s. 5d. per month from 16678, Jan. 26), arrears, 1196; issues out of, 2164; Receivers, 289, 1230, 1844, 1876, 1993.
-, Subsidy (16701, by the Act of 22 and 23 Car. II, c. 3), arrears, 1044.
-, Seventeen Months' (1677, by the Act of 29 Car. II, c. 1, for 584,978l. 2s. 2d. for building 30 ships of war by 17 monthly assessments of 34,410l. 9s. 6d. per month from 1677, Mar. 25), arrears, 1041, 11601, 1467, 1912; issues out of, 2131, 2133; Receivers, 18, 57, 95, 204, 259, 578, 641, 1042, 1161, 1925.
-, Poll (16778, by the Act of 2930 Car. II, c. 1, for a war against the French King), 172; arrears, 363, 590, 617, 6778, 998, 1043, 1044, 1069, 1161, 12767, 13901, 1545, 1600, 1720, 1788, 1831; orders and assignments on, 173, 906, 1738, 1776; prohibition of French wine etc., imports under see France; Receivers, 18, 57, 95, 108, 204, 231, 259, 578, 734, 753, 1479, 1925.
-, Eighteen Months' (1678, by the Act of 30 Car. II, c. 1, for supply of 619,388l. 11s. 9d., viz. 216,462l. 17s. 3d. by six monthly assessments of 34,410l. 9s. 6d. from 24 Aug., 1678, by 2 quarterly payments, to be for disbanding the New Raised Forces; and 412,925l. 14s. 6d. by 12 like monthly assessments from 16789, Feb. 24, by 4 quarterly payments, to be for the Navy and the Prince of Orange's debt etc.), arrears, 32, 1160, 1184, 1831, 1912; issues out of, 1196, 2164; Receivers, 17, 18, 32, 57, 95, 204, 225, 231, 259, 315, 578, 641, 694, 1041, 1042, 1129, 1160, 1413; first six months' part thereof, 1041, 11601, 2164; last twelve months' part thereof, 173, 753, 1041, 11601; orders thereon, 584, 698, 714, 722, 791, 1033, 1074, 1738, 2164.
-, Six Months' (1679, by the Act of 31 Car. II, c. 1, for 206,462l. 17s. 3d. for paying and disbanding the New Raised Forces; payable by six monthly assessments of 34,410l. 9s. 6d. per month from 167980, Feb. 24, by two quarterly payments), arrears, 32, 11601, 1831, 2100; issues out of, 291, 406, 431, 492, 496, 519, 598, 606, 687, 714, 1074, 1601, 1697; Receivers, 18, 32, 57, 95, 204, 231, 259, 315, 808, 10401, 1042, 11601, 1225, 1241, 1243, 1317, 1413.

Assize, Clerks of, frauds by, in fines, issues and amerciaments, 806 7, 1199.

Asthall ("Astwell") (co. Oxford), 455.

Astley, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Sir Richard, certificate for H. Yates, 716.

Aston, Dorothy, wife of William, Recusant, Birmingham, 1124.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, John, discovery of concealed lands, 1501.

-, -, son of Stephen, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Margaret, daughter of William, Recusant, Birmingham, 1124.

-, Mary, daughter of Stephen, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Richard, at the King's Bench Office in the Temple, 1033, 1045, 1192.

-, Stephen, senr. and junr., Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, William, Recusant, Birmingham, 1124.

Aston Cantlow (co. Warwick), 1123.

- North (co. Oxford), 454.

- see Middle Aston.

Astry, Sir Samuel, Attorney in the King's Bench, King's Coroner and Clerk of the Crown in the King's Bench, 299, 304, 484, 531, 535, 660, 781, 919, 1020, 1780, 2135; Prothonotory for co. Pembroke, 1428; ditto for co. Cardigan, 1428; Clerk of the Crown for co. Cardigan, 1429.

Astwood (co. Bucks), 1982.

Aswardhurn Deanery (Lincoln bishopric), 2078.

Athanameene (barony of Kells, co. Kilkenny), 568.

Athanboy (Ashanaboy, barony of Eliogarty, co. Tipperary), 549.

Athens, John, tenant of Athens marsh, 2088.

Athens Marsh (co. Essex), 2088.

Atherly, Mr., fishing on the Hispaniola wreck, 2169.

Atherton, Charles, serjeant plumber to the King (to the Works), 1060, 1331, 1938.

-, Philip, remitting moneys of the Tenths to London, 1411.

Athindmore (Atheldmore) (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 557, 560.

Athinebeggh (Athindbegg) (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 557, 560.

Athlone (Ireland), artillery for, 1280.

-, ordnance officer, 1744.

-, Pursuivant see Ireland (Office of Arms).

Atkins (Atkyns), Abraham, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, Sir Edward, Baron of the Exchequer, 1, 278, 546, 609, 628, 703; Lord Chief Baron, 746, 1086, 1111, 1199.

-, Henry, tenant, Surrey, 886.

-, Jeremi, of Taunton, husbandman, rebel in the West, 419, 2004.

-, Job, master gunner, Tangier, penison, 140, 243, 373, 408, 530, 645, 676, 814, 815, 847.

-, -, senr., gunner, Tangier, 815.

-, John, tidewaiter [London], 1113.

-, Sir Jonathan, Poll assessment, 678.

-, Sir Robert, petition, 546.

-, -, junr., Commissioner for enquiry as to Crown lands in the Severn, 680.

-, Sarah, Quaker, Suffolk, 630.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 631.

- (Alkins), Thomas, shipmaster, 1342, 1969.

Atkinson, Charles, groom employed on the mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, James, of Bermondsey, instrument maker, 1371.

-, Thomas, Mint information, 486.

-, -, of Leeds, Yorks, Recusant, 626.

-, -, Lieut., Tangier, 814, 846.

Attainted estates see Escheated.

- persons see Treason.

Attenall, Ibraim, redeemed Turkish slave, 1049, 1073.

Atterbury, John, landwaiter, London, 798.

-, Joyce, widow of William, 581.

-, Thomas, messenger of the Chamber, 234, 534, 831, 2107, 2132.

-, William, purser of the Providence, 581.

Atton, Mr., tipstaff, 2107.

Attorney General (see Banks, Sir J., Jones, Sir W., Sawyer, Sir R., Powys, Sir T.), formal references passim; salary, 14, 263, 273, 628, 830, 1198, 1416, 1991; statements of opinions, drafts etc. by, 44, 71, 76, 88, 161, 272, 278, 298, 323, 373, 395, 396, 434, 435, 443, 445, 447, 480, 531, 536, 602, 609, 626, 630, 670, 678, 732, 780, 788, 793, 865, 868, 878, 932, 966, 973, 978, 995, 1000, 1008, 1014, 1023, 1025, 1026, 1043, 1056, 1197, 1208, 1685, 1717, 1945, 2109; fees of, on leases, 370; clerk of, 459 see Benson, Mr.

- for co. Carnarvon see Jennings, E.; ditto for co. Glamorgan see Price, R.

Attwood (Atwood), Ann, daughter of Sir J. Lawson, pension, 194, 200, 395, 434, 589, 664, 908, 1054, 1223, 1228, 1503, 1795, 1797, 2013, 2016.

-, Frances, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123, 1127.

-, Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123 bis.

-, Robert, tidewaiter, Lynn Regis, 13.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123 bis.

-, William, of Grays Inn, Commissioner to inquire of Recusants' Fines, London, 1804.

Aty, Sir Arthur, Receiver of the Alienation Office, 144, 1612.

Aube, John, for the Duchess of Mazarin, 501.

Auber, David, refugee, importing bone lace, 1974, 2015.

Auberges (Auburges), James, of Brussels, periwig maker, 1287.

Aubourn (co. Lincoln), 1077.

Aubrey (Aubry, Awbrey and see Awberry), Godwin, collector, Rye port, 2034.

-, Herbert, officer of Excise and Hearthmoney, cos. Hereford and Gloucester, 117, 611, 646, 6889.

-, -, Revenue Commissioner, Ireland, 1208, 1218, 1288, 1313, 1520, 1689, 2019.

-, Mrs., widow, pension, Ireland, 1324.

Aucher, Sir Anthony, baronet fee, 1066, 1214.

Auchmouty, Lieut. John, debt to the inhabitants of Tangier, 575.

Auckland St. Andrew (co. Durham), South Church and Priestfield in, 693.

Auderney farm, Lyng, co. Somerset, 1090.

Auditors see Exchequer Court, Imprests, Excise

Audley (co. Stafford), 513; Liberty, 90.

- End (co. Essex), King's house at, repairs etc. at, 131, 387, 539, 980, 1247, 1547; carpets and tapestries for, 1112; keeper of see Robinson, D.

Audley, Robert, tenant, Bucklawren, 592.

Aughton vicarage (Beverley deanery, co. York), 1978.

Augmentation Court see Court.

- Office records, 1918; keeper of see Everard, E., Moore, J.

Aulnage and subsidy, grant of (see Portland, Countess of, Richmond, Duke of), 157, 577, 697.

Aungier (and see Ainger, Anger, Angier), Francis, 3rd Lord Aungier, Visct. Longford and Earl of Longford, 1147; Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland. 45, 1256, 1266, 2124.

Austell Prior see St. Austell.

Austey, John, rebel in the West, 423.

Austin, Mr., senr. and junr., carpenters employed on the mole, Tangier, 1641.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, prisoner in the King's Bench, 1587.

-, -, labourer employed on the mole, Tangier, 1642.

Austirrs, Ann, daughter of Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Katherine, wife of Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Katherine, daughter of Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mary, daughter of Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Aveland (Deanery, Lincoln bishopric), 2077.

Aveling, Sarah, assault on, co. Midd., 944.

Avenar, see King's avenar.

Avery, (and see Abery), Jacob, tenant, Mells, co. Somerset, 653.

-, John, son of Robert, 592.

-, Lidea, widow of William, 2100.

-, Robert, lease, Cornwall, 481, 592, 1464.

-, Robert, son of Robert, 592.

-, Samuel, tidesman, Starcross, 612; ditto, Bristol, 1278.

-, William, town clerk of London, imprests to, for the fortification of the Thames, 643, 1809, 1859, 2100.

Avoake, John, rebel in the West, 419.

Avon, river, Southants, making it navigable, 1250.

Awberry (and see Aubrey), Samuel, coachmaker to the King's Stables, 1410.

Axbridge (co. Somerset), 1895, 1966, 2005; ochre pit at, 368.

Axford (Ayford), Mary, daughter of Thomas, 593.

-, Nicholas, son of Thomas, 593.

-, Philip, son of Thomas, 593.

-, Thomas, tenement, Carnedon Prior, Cornwall, 593.

Axminster (co. Devon), 873, 1630, 2004, 2005.

Axmouth (co. Devon), 1846, 2004.

Ayeridge (Ayerigg, Agrigg), James, taster of brandies, London port, 263, 1458.

Ayford see Axford.

Aylesbury see Ailesbury.

- (co. Bucks), 264, 614, 1965, 1983.

Ayleworth (Aleworth), Jeffery, one of the King's musicians, 130, 1613.

Ayliffe, Brian (Sir R. Peyton's estate), 457, 792, 860, 1612, 17389.

Ayloffe, Benjamin, messenger of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1308, 13201, 1455, 1685.

-, Henry, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 105, 333, 407, 728, 856, 858, 1113, 1210, 1705.

-, John, of the Inner Temple, traitor, 894, 970, 1387, 1408, 1443.

-, Mr. Alderman, importing brandy, 675.

Aylmer, Edw., passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Capt. John, Tangier or Algiers, 615, 1119.

Aylward, John, soldier, postmaster of Beccles, 1677.

Aymes, James, rebel in the West, 421.

Aymestrey (co. Hereford), 1696.

Ayres v. Woodward, law case, 1068.

- (Aires), Samuel, of Whiteparish, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines for co. Wilts, 1805.

Ayscough, Sir Edward, Lincoln county gaol fine, 2006.

-, Sir William, tenants in Sutton, co. York, 2007.

Ayton, Sir Robert, trustee for Henrietta Maria (1629), 1164.

Aywood see Dean Forest.

Ayworth, Robert, of Linkinhorne, Cornwall, 144.