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C

Cabal, 1244.

Cabbidge, Widow, Tangier inhabitant, debt to, 843.

Cabinet Council, 1459.

Cable, Benj., rebel in the West, 421.

-, Robert, shipmaster, Cornwall, 2000.

Caborne (Cabourne), Richard, counterfeiter, 13, 21, 24, 245, and see Bonnett, E.

Cabragh (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

- (Dunluce barony, co. Antrim), 1519.

Cacao (Cauca) nuts, imports of, 807, 1946, 1984, 1995; Cocoa nuts, 15, 28.

Cade (Cad), Andrew, Customs place, 473.

-, Henry, tidesman, Appledore, 596.

Cadiz (Spain), 30, 405, 814, 1134, 1946.

Cadman, Philip, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk, 2028.

-, Thomas, hackney coachman, 1211.

Cadnam (Brimble [Bremhill] parish, co. Wilts), 1805.

Cadney (co. Lincoln), 2079.

Cadwell, James, weigher, London port, 1926.

Caerleon (co. Monmouth), 1022.

Caerwedros (co. Cardigan), 325, 460.

Cage, Robert, lands, Kent, 1408.

Cahir Connor (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Cahir Ivoghhaly (Limerick city), 2032.

Caio see Cayo.

Caisarker see Caserker.

Caistor (co. Lincoln), 2079.

Cakebread, John, Quaker, Essex, 632.

Calabria, cedars of, imports of, 1101.

Calais (France). 301, 322, 700, 705, 954, 1203, 1459, 1513, 1517, 1578, 1608, 2116, 2144.

Calceworth Deanery (co. Lincoln), 1774, 2077.

Caldara see Caravaggio

Caldecott (Caldecote), Ferdinand, Customs place, Isle of Man, 985.

-, John, tenant, Carnedon Prior, 145.

Caldicot (co. Monmouth), perpetual pension to Vicar of, 1429.

Caldwell, Thomas, lease, Linkinhorne, co. Cornwall, 144.

Cale, Tho., landwaiter, Bristol, 2009.

Calender, Coja Panons, Armenian merchant of Ispahan, 2009.

Calere (Caler, Caleere), Carew, pension, 34, 1655, 1737.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Carew, 34, 175, 1655, 1737.

-, Tho., vicar of North Willingham, 2079.

Calf skins see Hides.

Caliatours (Coliators) Wood, 15, 28, 48.

Calicoes, imports and exports, 123, 480, 782, 1013; duties on, 2578.

- lawns, 124, 2578.

Callitrough (co. Limerick), ferry at, 1954.

Callis, Manly, Excise place, 1560.

Calloway, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Margery, wife of John, 1125.

Calne (co. Wilts), 1164.

Caloa (co. Radnor [? Callow, Hereford]), 1683.

Calshot Castle (co. Southants), garrison, 1619.

Calstock (co. Cornwall), manor, 2930, 210, 623; blowing house, 133; weir and fishing, 99, 209; woods (Harewood, Northealewood, Southealewood, Grimscomb, Castlewood), 122, 210.

Calthorp, Sir Christopher, inquiry into the Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840.

Calverd, Charles, 3rd Lord Baltimore, Governor of Maryland, 182, 186, 305.

-, Felix, Excise Commissioner, 10, 24, 247, 1757, 1828, 1929; Hearthmoney Commissioner, 198; loans and repayment, 35, 43, 59, 82, 97, 182, 195, 900, 905, 1274, 1285, 1365, 1735, 1750, 1759, 1768; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1983.

-, Tho., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982.

Calverton vicarage (co. Notts), 1979.

Calvet, John, French Protestant going to New York, 336, 355.

Calway, Tho., rebel in the West, 416.

Calwoodleigh, James, lease, Devon, 1323.

Cambden, Will, rebel in the West, 416.

Cambrai, Religious Dames of, 296.

Cambrics and lawns, imports etc. of, 123, 331.

Cambridg, Phil., rebel in the West, 421.

Cambridge county, 275, 770, 1066, 1240, 1394.

- - alehouses, 807.

- - Dissenters, 291.

- - Excise, 276.

- - Quakers, 633.

- - Recusants' fines, Receiver of, 1805, see Clarke, Edmd.; Commissioners for, 2028.

- - sheriffs, 1036, 1921.

- University, Christ Church, perpetual pension to, out of the Crown revenues of co. Monmouth, 1429.

-, -, Emanuel College, perpetuity, 664.

-, -, Pembroke Hall, 434.

- -, perpetuity of 10l. per an. for a preacher, 451, 462, 765, 964, 1580.

- -, Professor of Civil Law see Oxinden, Dr. G.

- - - - Laws see Bord, Dr. J.

- - - - physic see Brady, Dr. R.

- -, Vice Chancellor see Montagu, Dr.

- -, wine licence grants, 819.

Came, Andrew, lease, A stell Priory, co. Cornwall, 751, 860, 913, 914.

-, Ann (Austell Prior), 860.

-, John, grandfather of Andrew, 913.

Cammock, Isaac, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 879.

Camp (Campe), John, of Harlow, Essex, debtor of G. Capell, 1099, 1184.

-, Tho., prosecuting W. Haveland, 106, 107, 108.

Campbell, Eliz., wife of William, lands, Ireland, 569.

-, Sir Henry, baronet fee, 1976, 1981.

-, John, 1st Earl of Breadalbane, goods for, 513.

-, Sir Thomas, baronet fee, 851, 1976, 1981.

-, William, lands, Ireland, 569.

Campden East [or Broad], co. Gloucester, 1696.

Campsall vicarage (co. Yorks), 1977.

Campide Cottingham (co. Yorks), 1922.

Cams, Thomas, tidesman, London, 1464.

Camworthy, Charles, lands, Devon, 1851.

Canada river (Canada), 1174.

Canary, Lewis, seaman employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

Canary (Cannary), Admiral of Algiers see Ali Rais.

-, Algiers man of war, 951.

- Islands, question whether they are in Europe or Africa, 9568, 995, 1830.

- -, trade, 9568, 9945, 1036, 1584, 1604.

- wines, see Wines.

Canby, Hen., deputy searcher, London port, 1946, 2035.

Candia, island of, drugs and essences from, 1101.

Candle, David le, illicit export of wool, 1789.

-, John, tidesman, London port, 200.

Candler, Ann, lands, Ireland, 567.

-, William, lands, Ireland, 567.

Candleshoe Deanery (co. Lincoln), 1775, 2077, 2079.

Candy, Christopher, rebel in the West, 421.

Cane, Edward, Pages of the Bedchamber's arrears, 1002, 1264.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, 325, 407, 473.

-, Fran., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Thomas, soldier, Tangier, 325, 407, 473.

Canford (co. Dorset), 1626.

Canham, John, farmer of the Law (or Stamp) duties, 108, 646, 19856.

Cann, Geo., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, James, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, John, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Thomas, Quaker, 991.

Cannady (and see Kennedy), William, rebel in the West, 424.

Cannan (Cannon, Canan), John, tidesman, London, 2008.

-, Richard, marsh, Essex, 2092.

-, Samuel, Customs place, 1559.

-, William, tidesman, London port, 200, 1657.

Cannell, Edward, joiner employed on Chelsea Hospital, 1446.

Cannon see Cannan.

Cannop see Dean Forest.

Canopy for the Coronation, 70.

Cansgill (co. ), 991.

Canterbury (Kent), 12, 535, 1532, 1676, 1781, 1789, 1803, 1815, 1840, 1841, 1846, 1857, 1959, 2028.

-, Archbishop of, 40, 644; at the Coronation, 70; room in the House of Lords, 1034: censorship of books, 1169, 1565; letting a barge house to the Duke of York, 1735.

-, archbishopric, lands of, 883, 887, 1086.

-, -, Receiver General of revenues see Snow, R.

-, -, Tenths, 40, 644, 972.

-, hospitals of St. John and St. Nicholas, 352.

Cantermelenydd (co. Radnor), 1553, 1605, 1683, 16878, 16989.

Cantoon of a bed, 164.

Cantor, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Cantwells Court (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Cantwells Garrane (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Canvas, Holland duck, 1879.

Canvey Island (co. Essex), 2088.

Canworthy, Charles, custodiam lease, co. Devon, 1983.

-, John, custodiam lease, co. Devon, 177.

Cape Coast Castle (Gold Coast), 1787.

- of Good Hope (Cabo Bona Esperanza), 1240, 1726.

- Verde, 951.

- Spartimento (Italy), 2147.

Capel (Capell, Caple and see Copell), Arthur, 21st Earl of Essex, death of, 1214.

-, Gamaliel, creditor of J. Camp, 1099.

-, Henry, shipmaster, 428, 1212, 1320, 1415.

-, Mat., messenger to the Queen, 1391.

-, Mr. et al., Crown action against, 2106.

Caplebank Park (co. Yorks), 1826.

Cappagh (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

- (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

-, West (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Cappaghgarrane (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 561.

Cappanora (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Cappenveale (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Cappycanoran (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Caps for the Coronation, 69, 70.

Captives (English) in Barbary see Algiers; redemption of see Redemption.

-, negro see Negroes, Slaves.

Capuchins, Hospital of, in Dublin, 1223.

Caragene see Carrageene.

Caravaggio, Poledoro Caldara, 1974.

Carbally see West Carbally.

Carbery, Earl of, see Vaughan, R. and J.

Card, Andrew, land, Kensington, 945; Duchess of Monmouth's house, 1773.

Carden, Tho., rebel in the West, 422.

Cardiff (co. Glamorgan), 428, 443, 1614, 1654, 1958.

Cardigan, Earl of, see Brudenell, R.

Cardigan port, 443; town hall, 1429.

- county, 325, 460, 1087, 1428, 1476, 1501, 1756, 1832, 2165.

- - Hearthmoney, 278.

- - Judges, fee, 604, 1883.

- - Receiver of Assessments, 1040, 1160, see Davis, J.

- - Receiver of Crown Revenues see Jones, W., Lloyd, B., Nash, J.

- - Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures see Wightwick, F.

- -, seal for, 1593, 1726.

Cardonell, Adam de, Customer and collector, Southampton port, 23, 33, 51, 730, 1507.

-, Peter de, waiter, Plymouth port, 1200.

Caresew see Carew.

Carew (and see Carey and Crew), Sir John, Cornwall tin, 832.

-, Peter, proposals concerning the coal trade in London, 268, 464.

-, Thomas, prosecuting T. Collison, 1407, 1416; Crown law payment, 1683; lease, Cornwall Duchy, 664, 693.

- (Caresew), Richard, custodiam lease, Cornwall, 604.

Carey (Carye, Cary and see Carew), Anthony, 5th Visct. Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, 3, 36, 37, 96, 100, 224, 237, 271, 273, 277, 279, 283, 304, 384, 470, 492, 577, 654, 805, 867, 925, 942, 972, 974, 1031, 1033, 1119, 1144, 1161, 1218, 1259, 1349, 1357, 1413, 1467, 1486, 1701, 1728, 1793, 1834, 1923, 2026, 2098, 2120, 2122, 2123, 2133, 2134, 2136, 2148, 2165; Hispaniola wreck affair, 1426, 2042, 2043; Poll arrear, 678.

-, Daniel, of London, brewer, 1343, 1415.

-, -, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Edward, high bailiff of the Liberty of Westminster, 1464.

-, George, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Major George, lands, Ireland, 556.

-, Sir Henry, husband of Dame Martha, 2051.

-, Sir Horatio, husband of Petronella, 2051.

-, John, tobacco merchant, 126.

-, -, senr., riding forester, New Forest, 219, 221, 241, 800, 866, 961, 1033, 1055, 1524, 1528, 1758, 1770, 1975, 1989.

-, -, junr., riding forester, New Forest, 1975, 1989.

-, -, Page of Honour to the Queen Dowager, 404, 1276.

-, -, executors of, Poll assessment, 1390.

-, -, trustee for the Earl and Countess of Lichfield, 759, 1048, 1267, 1517, 1592, 1784, 1990.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol, 936.

-, Katherine, custodiam lease, co. Suffolk, 777.

-, Dame Martha, Indigent Royalist officer pension, 2051.

-, Petronella, Indigent Royalist officer pension, 2051.

-, Ralph, grant of King's Bench fines on trespass etc., 15667.

-, Richard, importing molasses, 1856.

-, Robert, 6th Lord Hunsdon, Poll arrear, 1044; lease Tiverton, 1323; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London, etc., 1695, 1803.

Carham (co. Northumberland), 1154.

Caribbee Islands, 226.

- -, Leeward see Leeward.

- -, Windward see Windward.

Carickermric see Carrickdrumrusk.

Carill, Edward, tenant, Windsor, 1703.

Carington see Carrington.

Carke, William, junr., of Stoke North, Recusant, 455.

Carleton (Carlton), Christopher, Excise Commissioner, Limerick port, 1709.

-, Edward, Gentleman Harbinger, 649.

-, -, Knight Harbinger, 649, 1096, 1369, 1416, 1660, 1757, 1770, 1939, 2013, 2017, 2102, 2104, 2119.

-, Mathew, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Mr., collector of Youghal port, 1773.

-, William, sheriff of York city, 1029, 1030.

Carlingford, Earl of, see Taaffe, N.

Carlingford (co. Louth), 1954.

Carlisle, Earl of, see Howard, C., Hay, J.

-, Capt., loss of, at St. Christopher, 612.

Carlisle (co. Cumberland), port and town, 76, 87, 93, 128, 147, 3756, 490, 496, 498, 617, 623, 625, 817, 1156, 1178, 1436, 1598, 1626, 1671, 1764, 1790, 1837, 2073.

- assizes, 33, 79.

- town and castle, Governor of see Musgrave, Sir C.

- Bay (Barbados), 19523.

Carlock Martin, marsh, co. Essex, 2092.

Carlos, Col. W., certificate for N. Yates, 716.

Carloss, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Carlow town (Ireland), ferry at, 1954.

- county, 1954.

Carlton in Moorland, vicarage (co. Lincoln), 2077.

Carmarthen town, 252, 1883.

-, county, 1120, 1194, 1213, 1832, 2165, 2170.
-, chamberlain of, 1668.
-, Clerk of the Peace, 1759.
-, Comptroller of Records of, 683, see Eyton, W.
-, gentry of, 312, 450.
-, Judge's fee, 604, 1883; Judge of, 1633.
-, Justices of Peace of, 337, 1787.
-, Hearthmoney, 278, 337.
-, Receiver of Crown Revenuse see Jones, W., Lloyd, B., Nash, J.
-, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures see Wightwick, F.

Carmichael, Mr., Surveyor and Comptroller of the Plantation Duty, Barbados, 506; deputy auditor of the revenue, Barbados, 1187.

Carnarvon castle, keeper of see Robartes, C. B.

- county, 851, 1230, 1428, 1527.
-, Chancellor and Chamberlain of, 2109.
-, Clerk of the Peace, 1881.
-, Comptroller of the King's fines in, 1659.
-, Comptroller of Pleas, 1468.
-, Hearthmoney, 279.
-, Justices in, 1113, 1311.
-, original seal and pre fines, 122, 720, 745, 1010, 1537.
-, Receiver General of Crown Revenues see Harcourt. G., Whitley, T., Wynn, M.
-, seal for, 1593, 1726.

Canne, Edward, searcher of Bridgwater port, 66, 198, 717.

-, Mr., collector of Belfast, 1636, 1773.

Carnedon Prior (co. Cornwall), 144, 145, 792, 860, 912, 913, 1379, 1616, 1849; Bouchardon tenement, 4578, 593: South Botternell tenement, 458; Overtrelabe tenement, 458, 593; Boviates tenement, 593.

Carnes (Cornes), Capt. Alexander, Army, 1316.

Carney (Corny), Bryan, drummer, Tangier, 385.

-, Sir Charles, proposal for raising the revenue of Compositions, 1272, 13923.

-, Nicholas, Army pension, 1710.

- Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 564.

Carney (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Carnsew (Carnsey), Richard, Customs place, 1731.

-, Robert, boatman, Truro, frauds by, 475, 1555.

Carolike (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Carolina, 910, 1059, 1232.

-, charter, 1438.

-, collector of Plantation duty in, 1995, see Gibbs, Mr., Biggs, T., Muschampe, G.

-, Commander, 1995.

-, French people carried to, 226, 260.

-, Miller's plantations in, 392.

-, Navigation Act in 1438.

-, rebels in, 2081.

-, rent, 496.

-, timber from, 910.

Carpenter (Carpender), Henry, of Maidenhead, 2000.

-, -, Commissioner for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Nevis, 56, 223.

-, Thomas, King's waiter, London, 757, 1195, 1278, 1958.

-, -, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, landwaiter. London, 2157.

-, -, inhabitant, Tangier, debt to, 842, 843, 1058.

Carpenter of the Works see Works.

Carpets, 321, 1112, 2108.

- of painted cloth, 2014.

Carr, Christopher, discovering clippers, 1330.

-, Capt. Cuthbert, Tangier, 1769.

-, Dame Elizabeth, widow of Sir Robert, grant of a fine, 13267.

-, Henry, ensign, Tangier, 575.

-, James, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, John, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805; ditto, co. Warwick etc., 1982.

-, Mr., pension, Ireland, 1324, 1747, 1761.

-, -, Chapel Royal, instruments, 1442, 1823.

-, Richard, rector, Huntingdon, 2076.

-, Robert, surety for W. Prettyman, 18567.

-, -, King's music, 130.

-, Sir Robert, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 743, 1326.

-, Lieut. Robert, Tangier, 575.

-, William, of South Creake, co. Norfolk, 464.

Carrabysgale (Cashel, Ireland), 556.

Carraduffe see Curraghduffe.

Carragheene (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555, 562.

Carraghny (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Carraway, Tho., of Sutton, Wilts, yeoman, 1915.

Carranekite (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Carranleagh (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Carrick upon Slaney (co. Wexford), ferry at, 1954.

Carrickfergus (Ireland), 68, 1280, 1417, 1744.

Carrickdrumrusk (Carrickdrimrusk) (co. Leitrim), 851, 931, 1554: (co. Roscommon), ferry at, 1954.

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

Carrier, James, of Ilminster, rebel, 809, 855, 1171, 1246.

Carrignelony (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Carrington (Carington), Visct., see Smith F.

-, Christopher, watchman, London, 526; tidesman, Newcastle, 1792.

-, Mr., freight. Tangier, 463.

Carroll, Charles, collector of the King's revenue in King's County and Queen's County, 1600.

-, Mr., Adjutant, Tangier, 845.

-, Mr., licensed hackney coachman, 1915.

- Richard, collector, Waterford, 1313.

Carron (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 548.

Carrow, George, rebel in the West, 419.

Carrow (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Carrowetragh (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Carrowkeele (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Carrybreedy (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Carryganane (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 567.

Cars Island (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Carsey, William, custodiam lease, Suffolk, 1461.

Carshalton (co. Surrey), 886, 1675.

Carta mercatoria, 207, 312, see Customs (aliens).

Cartagena (Spain), 1748.

Carter, Edward, brother and executor of Ralph, 1781.

-, Edwin, of Barbados, Hispaniola wreck money. 2057.

-, Francis, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, soldier, Tangier, 952, 10089.

-, -, concealed land, Woking, 886.

-, Henry, boatman, Newhaven, 349. 535; ditto, Deal, 1928; tidesman, Deal, 429, 2017.

-, -, lease, co. Northampton, 475.

-, James, rebel in the West, 417.

-, -, boatman, Bawdsey Ferry, 435, 1154.

-, John, shipmaster, 189, 221, 225, 226.

-, -, waiter, Exeter, 2009.

-, -, rebel in the West, 420.

-, Lawrence, Leicester town waterworks, 223, 47, 179, 476.

-, Mark, prisoner in the King's Bench for perjury, 1587.

-, Ralph, Messenger of the Chamber, 1323; wages, 1781; Poll assessment, 1390.

-, Richard, Commissioner for perambulating South Bere Forest, 1632.

-, -, Dutch prize ships taken by Algerines, 1309.

-, Capt. Richard, Governor of Southsea Castle, 1653.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 423; of Bradway (Somerset), 2004.

-, -, quarters for disbanded soldiers (in 1677), 802.

-, Thomas, King's waiter, London, 465.

-, -, surety for J. Carrier, 809, 855, 1246.

-, -, postmaster, Tunbridge. 1677.

-, widow, tenant, Westminster, 1858.

-, William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London, 1695.

-, -, of Chard, rebel in the West, 2005.

-, -, command the Customs smack to guard against illicit wool export from Kent etc., 263, 282, 376, 392, 480, 625, 652, 664, 704, 728, 734, 748, 774, 818, 1081, 1191, 1235, 1273, 1278, 1369, 1501, 1617, 1819, 19489, 2026, 2101.

Carteret (Carterett), Charles, royal bounty for his wife's dowry, 1524.

-, Sir Edward, Army pension, 808; wool for the Channel Islands, 1375, 1449.

-, Lady Elizabeth, widow of Sir George, 926.

-, Francis de, case with Capt. T. Cornwallis about Jersey, 164, 545, 571, 587.

-, George, 1st baron Carteret of Hawnes, 1147.

-, Sir George, Lord Almoner at the Coronation of Charles II, 174; rent of manor of Epworth, 599600; French duty, Ireland, 1334, 1749; Treasurer of the Navy, 38, 810, 1637, 1748; lands, 926; bailiff of Clewer, 1965; intending to build an academy, Jersey, 834.

-, Katherine, ne Fairfax, Maid of Honour, wife of Charles Carteret, 1506, 1524.

-, Sir Philip, duty on wines, Jersey. 8334; wool for the Channel Islands, 1375, 1398, 1449.

Cartwright, Mr., victualler, Queenhythe, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1675.

-, Thomas, Bishop of Chester, 931, 963.

Carty, Dermott Mac Owen, lands, Ireland, 1572.

Carvile, Edward, endorser of writs in the Alienation Office, 144, 1612.

Case, Joseph, tenement, Whitchurch, co. Dorset, 1894.

-, Mary, widow of Joseph, 1894.

-, Mathew, of Eastwoodland, Somerset, rebel, 2005.

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

Caserker (Caisarker etc.), Christopher, quayman, London, 1949.

Cashel, Viscount, see Bulkeley, R.

Cashel (co. Tipperary), 556, 559, 560.

- archbishopric, lands of, 559.

Cason (and see Casson), William, tidesman, London, 1693; surveyor, Barking, 1949, 2008.

Cassels, Mris.. pension on the Irish establishment, 1746.

Cassey (Cassy), William, of Grays Inn, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester etc., 1696; ditto, co. Somerset, 1804; ditto, co. Yorks, etc., 1982.

Casson (and see Cason), Mris., in Princess Mary's suite, 717.

Cassy see Cassey.

Castartha see Jesuits' bark.

Castel Major ("Castle Meliore"), Count de, Envoy from Portugal, 316, 377.

Castilein, David, goldsmith and jeweller, 1713.

Castle, Richard, a coldstreamer, 1986.

Castlebalks (co. Limerick), ferry at, 1954.

Castle Barnard see Barnard Castle.

Castle Close see Exeter.

Castle Connell, Lord, see Bourke, W.

Castlecreagh (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Castle End (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Castlefinn (co. Donegal), ferry at, 1954.

Castle Garden (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Castlegare (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Castlehaven, Earl of, see Tuchet, M.

Castlehoyle (Kells barony, co. Meath), 567.

Castle Iffe (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Castlejohn ("Castle John Coole Irkin") (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Castleknock (barony, co. Dublin), 570.

Castlemaine, Duchess of, see Palmer, B.

-, Earl of, see Palmer, R.

Castlemartin (co. Pembroke), 1714.

Castlemoore (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

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

Castlemorris (Knocklopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Castlepole (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569.

Castlesoyne (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Castle Thorpe (co. Bucks), 851.

Castleton draught, the draft of corn called, 1714.

Castleton, Nathaniel, Comptroller of the Penny Post Office, 1516, 1671.

Castletown (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 570.

- (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

- (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 549, 557.

- (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

- (co. Antrim), ferry at, 1954.

- (in the Shannon), 1616.

- Tarragh (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 567.

Castlewarren (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Castlewood (Calstock, co. Cornwall), 122, 210.

Castlock, John, tenant of concealed land, Speldhurst, 884.

Cat and Shoulder of Mutton, the (Bermondsey), 880.

Cate, Edward, lands, co. Lincoln, 1851.

-, John, lands, co. Lincoln, 1851.

Catholics see Roman Catholics.

Catlyn, Sir Nevill, enquiry concerning Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840.

Cattaneo, Marquis de, Envoy from the Duke of Modena, 1502, 1891.

Cattle, duty on, 396.

Catts or foreign built ships, 1543.

Caulfield, Capt. Toby, Tangier Company and pension, 113, 1002, 1747.

Caunitz see Kaunitz.

Causestown (Slane barony, co. Meath), 569.

Cantlebury, John, rebel in the West, 419.

Cantley vicarage (co. Yorks), 1977.

Cavanagh see Cavenagh.

Cavanstown (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Cave, Francis, tidesman, Bristol, 1928.

-, Morgan, gauger's place, 1928.

Cave (co. Yorks), 1696.

Caveats see Treasury caveats.

Cavechola, Spanish Secretariat, 1886.

Cavell, Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1122.

Cavenagh (Cavanagh), Edmund, footman to Charles II, 1472.

-, John, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1709.

-, -, surety for M. Plowman, 1681.

-, Mr., Bonny's inquisition, 1960.

Cavendish, Henry, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 15, 18, 727, 780, 837, 1238, 1247, 1277, 1936, 1940, 2117.

-, William, Earl of Ogle, Marquis and 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1146.

-, -, 5th Earl of Devonshire, assault on, 537; pictures for, 587, 590.

Caverly, Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1789.

Caversham (co. Oxford), 1066.

Cawkwell vicarage (co. Lincoln), 1775.

Cawley, Dr. John, Archdeacon of Lincoln, captives' money, 700, 728, 997, 1040.

Cawood Ings (co. York), 1947.

Cawsand (co. Cornwall), 1914.

Cawson, Mris., in Princess Mary's suite, 717.

Cayo (Caio) (hundred, co. Carmarthen), 1832.

Cazerolles, apples called, 1101.

Cecil, James, 17th Earl of Salisbury, rent charge, co. Bucks, 1378; goods for, 1776.

-, John, 5th Earl of Exeter, Lord Almoner at the Coronation of James II, 174.

-, Philip, lands, co. Monmouth, 2115.

-, Sophia, widow of Edw., Viscts Wimbledon, and afterward. widow of Sir Robert King, 1756.

Ceely, Peter, Major, surveyor, Boston port, surveyor, Bideford, 1914.

-, William, son of Peter, surveyor, Boston port, 1914.

Cefn y Mace (Iscoed Gwynienedd, co. Cardigan), 1380, 1476, 1525.

Cellier, Eliz., wife of Peter, 1352.

-, Peter, publishing the libel Malice defeated, 1352.

Ceremonies, Marshal of see Le Bas, R.

-, Master of 1192, see Cotterell, Sir C.

-, Assistant Master of see Cotterell, C.

"Ceremonies of the Popes" (a print), 1974.

Ceres, imports of, 965.

Cerne Abbas (co. Dorset), 1568, 1578.

Cewyn, Charles, Exeter Castle Close, 693.

Chace see Chase.

Chafe, Thomas, rent, Whitchurch Canons, 1895.

Chaffeigh (co. Devon), 1807.

Chaffin (Chafin), Capt., Army, 288.

-, Edw., deputy searcher, Gravesend, 512.

-, Samuel, of St. Martins in the Fields, victualler, forfeited recognizance, 1020.

-, William, sheriff of Wilts, 762, 766, 819.

Chagford (co. Devon), 1543.

Charges (Central America, "Chagra"), 1522.

Chaigneau, John, brother to Mathias, 6256, 686, 706, 728.

-, Mathias, Protestant refugee from France, 6256, 686, 892.

Chaille, Paul, Protestant refugee from France, importing wine, 1402, 1431.

Chaire. Edw. de, Poll assessment, 1391.

Chairs and traverse for the Coronation, 701.

Chaldron, London measure of, 170, 268; Newcastle measure of, 268

Chalener see Challoner.

Chalfont St. Peter (co. Bucks), 1798, 1844; lands called Stony Meadow, Great Park Mead, Little Park Mead, Longfield, the Lawns, Cockshutt, Little Cockshutt, Perry Croft, Old Orchard, Footbridge, Knights Moor, Osier Bedd, Cow Moor, 1876.

- Place (co. Bucks), 1876.

Chalgrave vicarage (co. Beds), 2074.

Chalk see East Chalk.

Challis, John, of Worlington, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk, 1805, 2028.

Challoner (Chalener), Richard, soldier, Tangier, in Capt. Langston's Troop, 706.

-, William, executor to Sir J. Wagstaffe, grant of export of lampernes, 1419, 1667, 2025.

Chalton, Francis, encroachment, Macclesfield, 1335.

CHAMBER, the.

-, accounts of debts and arrears, 1149, 1463.

- establishment, items comprised under, 658, 707, 934, 941, 1235, 1360, 1873, and see King's (falconers); King's (musicians).

-, -, Exchequer salaries and fees put on or transferred to, 3789, 430, 435, 436, 457, 485, 616, 636, 650, 652, 664, 669.

-, King's servants payable in, 2, 8, 39, 4801, 714, 1142, 1299, 1309, 2141; transferred from the Exchequer to the Chamber establishment, 3789.

-, messengers to, 234, 237, 247, 534, 1234, 1238, 1323, 1364, 1382, 1391, 1881, 1912, 2107, 2132, see Atterbury, T., Beake, T., Binns, A., Borne, Z., Bromwich, G., Collins, G., Cotton, J., Evans, E., Evans, H., Gregory, R., Herne, T., Kitson, J., Langwith, J., Lee, T,. Legatt, H., Peirce, Geo., Plott, E., Richardson, W., Saywell, T., Strutt, F., Smith, T., Taylor St. John.

- Office, 1325, 1506; ordinary, 1884, 1969; extraordinaries, 1964; persons paid in, cases of and petitions concerning, 658, 138991, 1412; allowances or fees usually paid in, 752, 1576, 1937, 19589; bills paid in, 774, 1192; wages paid in, 774; riding charges, 1170.

-, Treasurer, see Griffin, E., 2, 480, 577, 937, 961, 1244, 1401, 1601, 1987, 1995.
-, accounts, 38, 57, 216, 271, 643, 973, 1665.
-, loans to, 1182.
-, payment to, 36, 50, 71, 74, 115, 174, 234, 237, 247, 256, 260, 265, 269, 281, 293, 310, 335, 390, 393, 401, 475, 497, 534, 537, 543, 547, 581, 699, 714, 723, 736, 737, 794, 831, 870, 874, 895, 899, 989, 1007, 1018, 1038, 1174, 1218, 1234, 1235, 1238, 1247, 1264, 1273, 1275, 1297, 1328, 1342, 1353, 1354, 1360, 1364, 1365, 1372, 1382, 13823, 1395, 1406, 1430, 1431, 1444, 1457, 1497, 1506, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1540, 1548, 1562, 1590, 1591, 1597, 1598, 1634, 1641, 1659, 1679, 1697, 1702, 1715, 1735, 1758, 1797, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1872, 1877, 1884, 1898, 1912, 1924, 1940, 1951, 1969, 1980, 1991, 2007, 2032, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2082, 2098, 2103, 2118, 2124, 2126, 2132, 2139, 2153, 2162.
-, payments by and persons paid by or in the office of, 139, 150, 174, 237, 247, 256, 260, 265, 288, 293, 310, 484, 496, 534, 571, 679, 927, 1012, 1043, 1091, 1092, 1095, 1096, 1130, 1246, 1254, 1281, 1329, 1342, 1360, 1385, 138990, 1396, 1405, 1431, 1507, 1549, 1585, 1586, 1599, 1680, 1702, 1875, 1881, 1883, 2096, 2104, 2132.

-, riding charges to the King's servants, 1601, 1951, 1987.

-, travelling charges, 1353, 1360, 1364, 1396, 1406, 1877, 2104.

Chamberlain (Chamberlayne, Chamberlyn), Frances, custodiam lease, 1461.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, landwaiter, London, 594, 614, 622, 643, 677, 686, 720.

-, Lieut., Tangier, 845.

-, Nathaniel, petition concerning Customs, 752.

-, Randolph, boatman, Poole port, 595, 1111.

-, Roger, Recusancy fine, co. Huntingdon, 1921.

Chamberlain of the Household see Royal Household (Lord Chamberlain).

-, Lord Great see Lord (Great Chamberlain).

Chambers, Daniel, waiter, Lynn Regis, 726.

-, Geo., Commissioner for Charlton's estate, 1347.

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

-, Humphrey, of Sarneshead, co. Lincoln, 1321.

-, Jos., accountant for the country Excise in the Excise Office, 132, 1458.

-, Thomas, and his wife, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1123, 1122.

-, Sir Thomas, damage to his land by the encampment on Hounslow Heath, 1011, 1485, 1507, 1529, 1678.

-, William, tenant, Staughton Magna, 2067.

Chambersayle Coppice see Whittlewood Forest.

Chambery, George, Commissioner for seizing Charlton's estate, 1388.

Chambord (France), 105.

Champ see De Champ.

Champante, Sir John, Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, 2047.

Champion see King's Champion.

-, Joseph, Customs frauds, 1751, 1759, 1778, 1781.

-, Thomas, Recusants' recognizances, London, 10212.

Chancellors Town (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

CHANCERY bills, 486, 1015, 1891, 2008.
-, cases in, 48, 120, 1628.
-, clerk of Crown in, 2106.
-, clerks, 459.
-, Court, 636, 1326, 1424, 1661, 1962, 2038.
-, decrees, 30, 1037.
-, enrolments in, 978.
-, Inns of, Hearthmoney on, 7, 330.
-, Masters of, salaries, 14, 1756, 224, 235, 239, 273, 489, 628, 768, 830, 1015, 1101, 1198, 1202, 1364, 1416, 1634, 1768, 1924, 1991, see Cooke, Sir M., Potenger, J., Crew, N., Courthop, R., Coell, Sir J., Morley, G.; Master in the Alienation Office, 135; deputation to the Master in the Alienation Office, 1413.
-, originals out of, delay in transmission into the Exchequer, 427, 8345, 1771.
-, Register in see St. Albans, Earl of.
-, Six Clerks' Office, 427, 1388, 1484, 1688.

Chancery of the Exchequer, 1122.

Chandler, Mr., farm of export of lampernes, 63.

Chandlery see Royal Household.

Chandos, Lord, see Brydges, J.

Chanelsea Bridge, near Stratford, Barking, 1009.

Change, Richard, Groom of the Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 1303.

Channel, English, the, 1402.

Channing, Will., rebel in the West, 424.

Chantrell (Chantree), Capt. (Col.) Fra., Tangier and Ireland, 23, 348, 453, 844, 917, 961, 1058, 1118.

Chantry rents, 1308, 1313.

Chapel Royal (St. James's), 940, 971, 1571, see St. James's.

-, Somerset House, see Somerset House.

-, Hounslow, see Hounslow.

-, at Dublin see Dublin.

-, Ireland, see Ireland.

- (Whitehall), books for, 1322.
-, children of, 376, 397, 407, 428, 789, 954, 1358, 1599, 1702, 1895.
-, closet, 695.
-, Dean, 1183, 1224, 1763.
-, establishment (Dean, Sub-Dean, gentlemen and organists) and issues for, 111, 1326, 1441-2, 1822, 2110.
-, French Fathers, 1558.
-, furniture, crucifixes and pictures for, 695, 940, 971, 1040, 1252, 1257, 1289, 1358, 1438, 1484, 1503, 1521, 1558.
-, Gentlemen of, riding charges, 1960.
-, issues for, 15334, 1680.
-, lately built in Whitehall, 1326, see Whitehall.
-, liveries, 74, 376, 397, 407, 428, 954, 960.
-, music and organs, 1183, 1224, 1401, 14412, 1522, 1654, 1763, 1791, 18223, and see King's (musicians); organ blower see Wyatt, G.; organ mender, 1184.
-, marblers in, 699, 760, 866, 900.
-, new chapel in the Privy Gardens, building and repairs see Whitehall.
-, officers of, 1358.
-, ornaments for see Chapel Royal (furniture).
-, plate for, 1252, 1257, 1358.
-, repairs, 224, 463, 1173, 1252, 1257, 1382, 1471, 1507, 1567, 1571, 1597, 1955.
-, Serjeant of see Haynes, T.
-, washing linen for, 658.

Chapelizod (Dublin), 1856, 1884, 1885.

Chaplains see King's Chaplains.

Chaplin (Chaplain, Chaplyn, Chapplaine), Jeremy, Gentleman Usher Quarter Waiter, 1134, 1325.

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

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Robert, boatman, Ipswich, 1555.

-, -, merchant, correspondent in England of Sir J. Witham, Barbados, 59; surety of T. Neale, 851.

Chapman, Benj., lands, Ireland, 570.

-, Edward, trooper, Tangier, prisoner in Meknes, 345, 389, 613, 638.

-, George, yeoman, Recusant, co. Huntingdon, 1922.

-, -, surety for T. Stubbs, 839.

-, Henry, tidesman, Cowes, 1929.

-, -, Army pension, 703, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, John, alderman, London, 120.

-, Mathew, fine in Barbados for working on Sunday, 60.

-, Mr., Captain of Arcliffe Bulwark, 338.

-, Stephen, attorney, forfeited recognizance, 794; share in Kingswood Chase, 962.

Chapmen and pedlars, proposal for revenue from licensing of, see Pedlars.

Chappell, Char., rebel in the West, 418.

-, David, boatman, Uphill port, 429.

-, John, waiter, Bideford port, 595, 901.

-, -, cornet, Tangier, 408, 488; Capt., 843.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419, 420.

-, William, tidesman, Looe port, 14, 1278.

Chard (co. Somerset), 873, 1895, 2003, 2005.

Chardin, Chevalier J., for the Marquis de Ruvigni, 621; Sir John, negotiation with Persian merchants, 2010.

Chardstock (co. Dorset), 2005.

Charing (co. Kent), 887.

Chariots, imports of, 1236.

Charity, bank of, superannuation scheme in the Excise Office, 1173.

Charlemagne, history of, in eight pieces of tapestry, 193.

Charles I and II see King Charles.

- I's Hospital see Westminster.

- fort see Tangier.

Charles, the Moor, Army pension, 1469.

-, George, horses for the King, 908.

-, Thom., Recusant, co. Northampton, 633.

Charlesfort (Ireland), 1280, 1744.

Charlton, Francis, rebel in the West, escheated estate of, 919, 1086, 1186, 1300, 1347, 1388, 1393, 1399, 1476, 1650, 1659, 1684, 2028; horses of, seized during Monmouth's rebellion, 362, 1190, 1285.

-, Sir Job, Serjeant at Law, a Justice of Common Pleas, 1; Chief Justice of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery and Chief Justice at Ludlow, 1311; baronet fee, 753; Chief Justice of Chester, 33, 278, 433, 628, 727, 735, 754, 762, 836, 1069, 1113, 1203, 1216, 1311, 1369, 1416, 1498, 1637, 1775, 1926, 1993.

-, John, tidesman, Minehead port, 2044, 2073.

-, Mr. [? Francis], Crown law case against, 2106.

-, Nicholas, woollen draper, Army clothing, 141, 406, 472, 683; Corby manor, 1042.

-, William, sorter in the Post Office, 1284, 1971.

Charlton (co. Kent), 887, 1675.

-, (co. Yorks), 1261.

Charming, Roger, rebel in the West, 422.

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

Charmouth (co. Dorset), 595.

Charnock, Roger, Serjeant at Arms, 137, 1168; King's waiter, London port, 963, 1958.

-, Stephen, lands, Ireland, 559.

-, Thomas, Serjeant at Arms, 137, 734, 802, 940, 1410, 1579, 1795, 1937, 1940, 2011; King's waiter, London, 963, 1958.

Charters, prosecution of, by Quo Warranto, see Faversham, Hull, Kingston, London, Massachusetts Bay, Ripon, Southampton, St. Ives, Wells.

-, renewal of, 76.

Charts see Maps.

Chase (Chace), Bartholomew, of Drayton, Recusant, 637.

-, John, apothecary to Charles II, 362, 1981; embalming Charles II's body, 247; Poll assessment, 1390.

-, Jonathan (John), Groom of the Removing Wardrobe of Beds, 103, 4367.

-, Richard, featherdresser to the Wardrobe, 1428.

Chashenrea, alias Westmoorland (Knoctopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Chateauvillain Morstein, Monsieur de, present at the Coronation of James II, 141.

Chatfeild, James, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Chatham (Kent), Chest, see Navy (Chatham Chest), dry dock see Navy (Dry); guardship for, 351; Navy Commissioner at, 1820; Yard see Navy (Yard); sick soldiers at, 1350.

Chavergny, Herr, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy from Holland, 1192.

Chayton, Anne, wife of Edward, 1126.

-, Edward, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, son of Edward, 1126.

-, Rose, daughter of Edward, 1126.

-, William, son of Edward, 1126.

Chedsey, Edward, rebel in the West, 423.

Cheeke, Anne, daughter to Thomas, 1714.

-, Edward of Brereton, 1120.

-, -, of Exeter, brewer, 1323,

-, Essex, daughter to Thomas, 1714.

-, Letitia, relict of Thomas, 1939.

-, Phill., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mr., reward for apprehending Burton, 298, 332.

-, Thomas, Lieutenant of the Tower, Tower bills and salary, 227, 4723, 701, 734, 744, 754, 10778, 1168, 1358, 1411, 1597, 1939; grant of King's Bench fines on declarations, 437, 591, 616, 790, 862, 1192, 1204, 16045, 1797; Commissioner for Tower encroachments, 532; grant of, to Russell's estate, 17134; house of, in the Tower, 749, 1414.

-, alias Chick, Will., rebel in the West, 421.

Cheese, duty on, 396; Cheshire cheese, 318.

Cheesman see Chesman.

Cheevely, Jo., waiter, Menagissey port, 2008.

Cheffers, Richard, lands, Ireland, 558.

Cheilesmore (Cheylesmore, Chilesmore), manor, Coventry, lease, 219, 7201, 782; Great and Little Parks, 7056, 7201; lands called Foreyard, Locksmith's Close, Paddy Croft, 721; and see Coventry park.

Chelsea (co. Midd.), 199, 1674, 1858; rector of, 1351.

- Hospital, 769.
-, accounts, 41, 644, 783, 972, 1350, 13501, 1604, 1619.
-, books of, 701
-, building of, 783, 801, 14467, 18478; West Wing, South West Pavilion, Hall, Great Portico, Cloister, 1446; Lantern, Octagon Porch, 1847.
-, chaplain, 1161.
-, college, 127, 1350.
-, deduction for, out of Army pay, see Army (deductions).
-, establishment for, of revenue from Army deductions, 801, 1232, 1812.
-, galleries, 1133.
-, Governor, 801, 1177.
-, hackney coaches rent paid to, 2093.
-, land for, 818, 1350.
-, moneys and issues for, 36, 1915.
-, officers, 1133, 1754, 1814, 1958, 2000, 2040.
-, Paymaster of see Army (Paymaster).
-, pensions out of, 937.
-, places or individual cases, 35, 1590, 1878, 1956, 2160.
-, provisions for, 1908.

Chemical (Chymical) physician to the King, 1933.

Chepstow port (co. Monmouth), 959.

Cheriton (co. Kent), 1893, 2087.

Cherrey, Henry, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

Chesapeake Bay (Virginia and Maryland), 2061.

Chesham, Mr., victualler, Wandsworth, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1673.

Chesham (co. Bucks), 1983.

Cheshell, Charles, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Wilts, 1805.

Cheshire, Mr., Crown law payment, 1068.

Cheshire see Chester county.

-, acres (measure), 1662.

- cheese, 318.

Cheshunt (co. Herts), 1983.

Cheslyn, Richard, founder to the Stables, 1410.

Chesman (Cheeseman, and see Chuseman), Edw., and his wife, Recusants, co. Lincoln, 631.

-, Mr., Customs fraud information, 818.

Chesne, F. du, at Brussels, 301, 1906, 1907.

Chesson, Ambrose, tenement, Cornwall, 1870.

Chester, William, Attorney General, Barbados, 2171.

CHESTER, Bishop of, see Pearson, J., Cartwright, T.

-, -, payments to, for the King's preachers in co. Lancs, 188, 293, 493, 5056, 931, 940, 1382.

- bishopric, First Fruits, 963: Tenths, 51, 691, 938, 1314, 1714, 1860.

- CITY and port, 136, 159, 186, 209, 226, 230, 334, 342, 346, 371, 380, 425, 438, 484, 498, 501, 505, 508, 589, 595, 624, 761, 776, 922, 1067, 1079, 1159, 1290, 1310, 1377, 1380, 1644, 1653, 1671, 1676, 1721, 1815, 1853, 1899, 1933, 1948, 1949, 1993, 2080, 2104, 2115, 2118, 2121, 2128, 2152, 2156, 2165, 2166; West Chester, 324, 2067.

- - bar (river), 1644.

- - Castle, Constable of, 896.

- - Company of Skinners, 1776.

- - Commissioners for Recusants' fines, 1804.

- - Governor of see Shakerly, P,

- - Herald see May, T., Heralds' College.

- - Justices of, 628, 768, 1416, see Herbert, Sir E., Charlton, Sir J., Jefferys, Sir G., Warren, J., Lutwich, Sir E.

- - Sessions, 2136.

- - surveyor and master mason of the Castle and keeper of the records, 683, 1468, see Eyton. W.

- COUNTY, 151, 268, 276, 426, 436, 747, 1068, 1110, 1255, 1380, 1405, 1644, 1661, 1662, 1677, 1777, 1863, 1870, 2067, 2132, 2136, 2173.

- - Chamberlain of the County Palatine, 1803.

- - Excise, 851, 1850.

- - fixed charges on, 411, 727.

- - Hearthmoney, 278, 895 6, 928, 12489.

- - Justices of the Peace, 8956, 1113, 1248, 1307.

- - Palatine, 217, 467, 498, 829, 1363.

- - Receiver of Assessments, 1041, 1160, see Hollinshed, R.

- - Receiver of Crown revenues, 1854, see Harcourt, G., Whitley, T., Wynn, M.

- - Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, 791, 809, see Every, J.; Commissioners for Recusants' fines, 1804.

- - seal for the County Palatine, 1363.

- - sheriffs, 1002, 1803.

Chester Road (postal road), 1284, 1971.

- water (Chester port), 1948.

Chesterfield, Earl of, see Stanhope, P.

Chesterton (co. Cambridge), 1394.

Chestnut Coppice see Dean Forest.

Cheston, Edward, Tangier, debt to, 324, 386.

Chetmell, John, messenger and doorkeeper to the Customs Commissioners, 850.

Chetwind, John, Yeoman of the Horse to Charles II, 37, 646.

-, Mr. (Jolley's writings), 464.

Chetwood, John, Commissioner for seizing Charlton's estate, 1347, 1388.

Chevall, John, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

Chevening (co. Kent), 1630.

Chew Magna (co. Somerset), lands called Stanley, Woodyetts, Rugwood, Deane, Great Medley, Little Medley, Rushams, Cuttsmead, Ham, Coom's Plot, Coome Close, Westfield, Northfield, 653.

Chewton Bunney (co. Southants), Nash's farm, 1507.

Cheyne, Charles, Visct. Newhaven and Lord Cheyne, a Commissioner of Customs, 3, 72, 228, 240, 289, 782, 801, 1201, 1369; pension, 1262, 1462; land for Chelsea Hospital, 818, 1351.

- (Cheyney), Hen., surety for T. Stubbs, 839.

Cheyne Court (co. Kent), 1840.

Chicheley (Chichley), Sir Henry, Lieut.Gov. of Virginia, 811, 1296.

-, Sir John, pension, 517, 540, 723, 1037, 1112, 1135, 1357, 1406, 1579, 1580, 1794, 1797, 2012, 2017.

-, Sir Thomas, Master of the Ordnance, 624; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1227, 1228, 1243, 1455, 2116.

Chichester, Robert, collector, Ilfracombe, 901; waiter, Bideford, 1671.

Chichester (co. Sussex), port, 12, 29, 232, 263, 503, 649, 691, 695, 721, 729, 765, 804, 888, 921, 991, 1042, 1154, 1163, 1193, 1195, 1278, 1330, 13656, 1415, 1518, 1555, 1556, 1624, 1696, 1809, 1890, 1920, 1928, 1958, 2008, 2009, 2034, 2102.

Chichester, Bishop of, 793, see Lake, J.

-, Earl of, see Fitz-Roy, C.

Chick, Henry, lands, Whitchurch, co. Dorset, 1894.

Chicksands (co. Beds), 621, 627.

Chief Almoner see King's (Almoner).

- Butler at the Coronation see London (Lord Mayor); Under Butler at ditto see Oxford (Lord Mayor).

- Cupbearer at the Coronation, 74, 174.

- Justice in Eyre see Forests.

Chieveley Park (co. Berks), keeping King's herons in, 1414.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher, Gravesend, 12, 47, 358, 365, 512, 1418.

-, William, Keeper of the Closet, 12, 1456; paying the Pages of the Bedchamber, 1264; lodgings, Whitehall, 540, 575, 1101; French money account, 646; Woodward of Windsor Forest, 185, 726, 771, 1107, 1359; Master of the Hawks (with T. Felton), 497, 1334, 1414, 1571, 1585, 1588, 1693, 1725, 1823, 1824, 1831, 1873, 2065, 2153, 2155; Receiver, Treasurer and Commissioner for the Arrears of Queen Henrietta Maria's jointure, 17236; annuity or salary, 281, 285, 358, 368; Poll arrear, 1277; giving orders to the keepers of Hyde Park, 1829; reference (Mrs. Russell), 1054; searcher, Gravesend, in trust for T. Chiffinch, 12, 47, 358, 365, 512, 1132; grant of derelict lands, Kent and Essex, 2058.

Chilcott, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, alias Cummins, John, lease, co. Devon, 1851.

-, Will., rebel in the West, 423.

Child, Francis, lands, Winchester, 17.

-, -, banker, 902, 1208, 2120, 2127, 2156.

-, -, tenant, Exeter Castle Close, 693, 1435.

-, -, senr., Quaker, Leicester, 632.

-, -, junr., Quaker, Leicester, 632.

-, John, Quaker, Essex, 632.

-, Sir John, President of the East India Company, at Surat, 51.

-, Sir Josiah, Navy Victualler, 71, 646, 973, 1008.

-, Mr., deputy keeper of Tidbury ward, Needham Forest, 1374.

-, Peter, Recusant, co. Bucks, 456.

-, Thomas, Army pension, 1470, 1710.

-, -, of Littlestoke, Recusant, 455.

-, -, merchant, 753.

-, -, boatman, Ramsgate, 349; waiter, Margate, 1555, 1556, 1657.

-, Dr. William, Poll arrear, 1390.

Chilesmore see Cheilesmore.

Chilham Castle (co. Kent), 637.

Chillabee, Omar, patron of an Algiers slave, 965.

Chillington (Park, co. Stafford), 1804.

Chilton (co. Somerset), 2003, 2004.

Chimneys and chimney money see Hearthmoney.

- pots, 708, 758. See Earthenware.

China (Asia), 1720.

- (ware), imports of, 352, 470, 860, 916, 1065, 1995, 2059, 2120; prices of, 892.

Chinese missionary see Couplet, Father.

Chinn (Chynn), John, of Wells, husbandman, rebel in the West, 2004.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 421, 2004.

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

-, Tho., senr., rebel in the West, 422, 423, 425.

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

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

Chippenham (co. Wilts), 1805.

- (co. Cambridge), 1805.

Chipping Ongar (co. Essex), 1184.

Chirk Castle (co. Denbigh), 279.

Chirurgeon see King's Chirurgeon.

Chirurgery, books relating to, 738.

Chiselhampton (co. Oxford), 1066, 1165.

Chisfield see Chivesfield.

Chiswick (co. Midd.), 1674.

Chivesfield ("Chisfield," co. Herts), 1695, 1983.

Chocolate, 348; price of, 300, 302.

Cholmondeley (Cholmley), Sir Hugh, alum farmer, 742, 12145, 1241; loans and repayments, 321, 332, 350, 353, 364, 378, 394, 402, 410, 1248, 1256; house, Tangier, 304; surety for T. Lemmon, 1186, 1242.

-, John, of London, brewer, 1160.

-, Mr., Justice of Peace, Cheshire, 1248.

-, Robert, sheriff of Cheshire, 1803.

-, Thomas, payee for the poor ministers in the Isle of Man, 239, 724, 1353, 1860.

Chorley, Richard, of Chorley, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Lancs, 1695.

Chorley (co. Lancs), 1695.

Choute see Chute.

'Christ in the Garden of Olives,' picture, 992, 993.

Christaine (co. Wexford), ferry at, 1954.

Christchurch (co. Surrey), 1790, 1821, 2014.

- (co. Southants), 136, 429, 750, 1250, 1507.

- (Dublin) see Dublin.

Christian, Gershan, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, Robert, tidewaiter, London, 1302.

-, William, Customer, Carlisle, 93, 490, 496, 498, 1177, 1626, 1671, 1764, 1790, 1918; Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmorland, Durham, Newcastle and Berwick, 252, 1076, 1098, 11912; collector, Whitehaven port, 147.

Christina, Queen of Sweden, 889.

Christopher, Gilbert, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

-, -, ships' carpenter, employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641.

Christ's Hospital, royal bounty to, for the King's mathematical boys, 27, 31, 547, 574, 653, 1173, 1176, 1714, 1717, 2158, 2159.

- - Governors (of the Hospital of Christ's, Bridewell and St. Thomas), styled Commissioners for the royal [bounty or] foundation in, 460, 486, 520, 1191.

- -, grant of a superstitious usage bequest, 520, 535.

Chubb's tenement, Bonialva, co. Cornwall, 441, 572.

Chudd see Cludd.

Chudleigh, George, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Dorset, 1804.

-, Hugh, 430, 1013; deputy to Teller Clifford, 179, 444, 1189, 1198, 1228, 1238, 21678; payments to, for Tangier Troops, 1132.

-, John, ship's purser, 1307, 1479, 1748.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Customs, 3, 72, 228, 578, 782, 797, 801, 1008, 1201, 1689; Envoy Extraordinary to the States General, 63, 71, 110, 297, 30910, 1263, 1267; pension, 1757, 2084, 2104; lands, Duchy of Cornwall, 664, 693, 1683.

Church, Antho., keeper of the Gate house at Westminster, 469, 531, 1631.

-, Mr., 718, 807; Crown law payment, 1046.

-, Ursula, wife of William, annuity, 673, 1448, 1589, 1939, 1940, 2012, 2017.

-, William, annuity, 673, 1448, 1589, 1597.

Church of England see Conformity.

-, ornaments, 1943, and see Chapel (Royal).

Churchey, Christopher, innkeeper, Abergavenny, 1396, 1459.

Churchouse, Tho., rebel in the West, 421.

Churchill, Lieut.-Col. Charles, Tangier, 531, 572, 723, 845, 1050, 1142.

-, John, Lord Churchill of Eyemouth, Lord Churchill of Sandridge, 1148; Regiment of Guards, 1182, 1203; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 222, 262, 266, 370, 529, 704, 812, 949, 1181, 1343, 1462, 1542, 1739, 1869, 2011; loans to the Exchequer, 89, 280, 312, 388, 614, 958, 974, 996, 2182, 2184; staying with Bevil Skelton in Germany, 618; grant of J. Hucker's estate, 10901; pinmakers' petition, 401.

-, Robert, carpenter, 581.

-, Sarah, Lady Churchill, goods for, 892, 925.

-, Thomas, waiter, Uphill in Bristol port, 200.

-, Sir Winston, death of, 1950.

Churchman, Francis, work at the Tennis Court at Windsor, 121.

Churchtown (Navan barony, co. Meath), 567.

Chuseman (and see Chesman), Stephen, searcher, Gravesend, 136, 322, 721.

Chute (Choute), Geo., reference of G. Turner's petition, 1732.

-, Sir George, baronet fee, 767, 819.

Chute (co. Wilts), 1739.

Chuter, John, Tangier soldier, 1479, 1517.

Chyandower House, Sulval, co. Cornwall, blowing house, 133.

Cider officers in the Excise Office, 132.

Cilken. See Kilkennis.

Cinnamon, 2029.

Cinque Ports, Admiralty of, 1706, 2105.
-, Barons of, at the Coronation, 70.
-, garrisons, establishment of, 118; salaries, 1218, 1619.
-, Judge Official and Commissary of, 1706, see Oxenden, Sir G.; Jenkins, Sir L.
-, Lord Warden, 1140; letters of, to be franked, 461.

Circuits see Judges.

Cirencester (co. Gloucester), 1696.

Citters see Zitters.

Civille, Ester de, loan to Philip Warwick, 696.

Clagett, Edward, trustee for the city of London of lands of Prince Charles I, 868.

Claghy (Dunluce barony, co. Antrim), 1519.

Claims, Court of (England), see Coronation.

-, - (Ireland), see Ireland (Claims).

Claire see Clare.

Clamcunmer (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Clanbuny (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Clansey, Mary, murder, Barbados, 61.

Clansunny (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Clanwilliam barony (co. Tipperary), 549, 553, 554, 555, 558, 559, 560, 2001.

Clap see Clapp.

Clapham, Sir Christopher, recommending a Customs officer, London, 525.

Clapham (co. Surrey), 637, 1676.

- (co. Beds), Deanery, 2074; Vicarage, 2074.

Clapp (Clap), Nathaniel, son of Richard, 481.

-, Richard, lease, Bucklawren, Cornwall, 481.

-, Tho., of Sidmouth Comber, rebel in the West, 415, 2005.

Claragh. See Upper Claragh.

Claras Vaux, Michel de, French Protestant, Gobelin tapestry, 2545.

Clare (Claire), Mr., coachman to the King, 1119.

-, Mr., messenger to the Post Office, 1675.

-, William, grocer, soldier, grammar school keeper, 469.

Clare county (Ireland), 1381, 1954.

Clarencieux see Heralds College, St. George, Sir H., Bysh, Sir E.

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

Clark (Clerk, Clarke, Clerke), Adam, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Benjamin, shipowner, 170, 174.

-, -, assistant surveyor of the Warehouse, London port, 817, 12356, 1305.

-, Capt. Clark's Lodge. See Windsor Forest.

-, Lieut. David, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 595.

-, Edmo., clerk to Commissioners of Alienations, 521, 541.

-, -, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures in cos. Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge and Huntingdon, 818.

-, Edward, of Grays Inn, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982; ditto, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, George, Judge Advocate of the Forces, 186, 289, 917.

-, -, tenant, Macclesfield, 1335.

-, -, (John), of Somerset, petition concerning decay of woollen cloth trade, 1441, 1488.

-, Giles, grant of Western rebels' estate, 18947.

-, Henry of the Inner Temple, officer for entering writs of covenant and writs of entry in the Alienation Office or clerk to the Alienation Commissioners (brother to Edmo.), 143, 158, 431, 521, 541, 1612, 1617, 1888.

-, Hum., trustee for the city of London for lands of Prince Charles I, 8678.

-, James, supplying meat and drink to the Tangier officers, 1085.

-, -, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2181.

-, -, storekeeper, Dublin port, 1737.

-, Sir James, lease of Moulsey, 1910.

-, Jane, widow of James, 1085.

-, Jasper L', exporting wool, 1857, 1974.

-, John, waterman, London port, 229; noontender ibid., 242; tidesman ibid., 2008.

-, -, Tangier arrears, 1554.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 553, 558.

-, -, surveyor, Shields, 2044.

-, - Customs officer, Itchmor, 730, 765; searcher, Chichester, 1518, 1555, 2035.

-, -, concealment, co. Norfolk, 886.

-, -, tenant, Abingdon, 1317.

-, -, of Shorne, letter receiver or postmaster, 1677.

-, -, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, of Somerton, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455, 634.

-, J., in charge of the King's horses, 163.

-, Katherine, allowance for maintenance of her and her children, 640.

-, Lawrence, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

-, Major, annuity, 1376.

-, Mary, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, Quaker, co. Berks, 633.

-, Mathew, coachman to Charles II, 952.

-, Mr., Crown law payment, 2106.

-, -, grant of fines, 1045.

-, -, petition against Reeves, 915.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 416, 420, 421, 422.

-, Sir Robert. of Grays Inn, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines in London etc., 1803.

-, Samuel, surveyor of the Warehouse, London, 817, 12356, 1305, 1306; a Commissioner of Customs, 782, 797, 801, 1008, 1201; pension, 1262, 13056.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, rebel in the West, 421,

-, -, of London, merchant, 985.

-, Sergt., of the Guards, Tangier, 845.

-, Talbot, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick, etc., 1982; ditto, co. Chester etc., 1804; ditto, co. Northants etc., 1805.

-, Tho., watchman, London, 904.

-, -, tenant, Harvey's Marsh, co. Essex, 2091.

-, -, rebel in the West, 420.

-, -, of Thorne Falcon, co. Somerset, woolcomber, rebel in the West, 2004.

-, Tristram, of Honiton, rebel in the West, 420, 2003.

-, alias Upton, Ursula, lands, Ireland, 553.

-, Walter, tidesman, Cowes, 64.

-, William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1982; ditto, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, -, chamber keeper to the waiters' table in the Household, 584.

-, -, mariner, naval pension, 1058, 1063, 1480, 1992.

-, -, coastwaiter, London, 588.

-, -, petition for Customs place, 1066.

-, -, weighing porter, London, 2009.

-, -, woodward of Cookham and Bray, Windsor Forest, 1273, 1552; keeper of Bagshot Rails, 1788.

-, -, child of the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, -, and wife, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 6312.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415, 416.

-, -, of Stoke Norton, Recusant, 455.

-, -, vicar of Eagle and North Scarle, co. Lincoln, 2077.

Clashibrattin (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Clase, John, boatswain of the Phnix, 828.

Classey, John, rebel in the West, 421.

Claver, William, landwaiter, Weymouth, town clerk, Weymouth, 244.

Claverdon (co. Warwick), 1128.

Clay, Daniel, Hearthmoney collector, co. Derby, 239.

-, John, boatman, Sunderland, 1556.

Clay Hall (Barking, Essex), 851, 1976, 1981.

Claydon, Sam., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Claymain (co. Wexford), ferry at, 19534.

Claypool, William, Army pension, 701, 1281, 1469, 1709.

Clayton (and see Cleaton), Mary (alias Freeman), Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Mathias (alias Freeman), Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Obadiah, clerk of the passes for persons licensed to cross the seas, 209.

-, Col. Randal, lands, Ireland, 554.

-, Robert, son of Mathias, 1123.

-, Sir Robert, pension on Post Fines (Barbara Villiers'), 91, 1669; lease, Kennington, 405, 601, 641, 6667, 674: grant out of the wood farm, 446; for Mrs. Gwyn, 1005; surety for T. Howard, 2146.

-, -, 1130, see Peyton, Sir R.

-, William, waiter, Lostwithiel, 186.

-, -, one of the King's musicians, 130, 379; Poll arrear, 1390.

Clayton (co. Yorks), 1331, 1411, 1456.

Clayworth (co. Notts), 138.

Cleadearagh (Magunihy barony, co. Kerry), 571.

Cleally (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cleaton, Joseph, tenant, co. Salop, 1399.

Cleave (co. Devon), 1543.

Cleaver, Mr., Excise officer, Newcastle, 854.

-, Thomas, tenements, Windsor, 1724.

Cleere, Thomas, lands, Ireland, 561.

-, William, joiner, Chelsea Hospital, 1847.

Cleeve, Alexander, deputy King's waiter, London, 66.

Clegat, George, concealed land, co. Kent, 887.

Clegg, William, of Collaton, weaver, rebel in the West, 417, 2004.

Clemence, Nicho., tidesman, Bristol, 1928.

Clement (Clements), Henry, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, John, gunner, Tangier, 814, 843, 847.

-, -, ship's carpenter employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641.

-, -, Poll arrear, 1391.

-, -, hire of carts etc., 1134, 1325.

-, -, King's waiter, London, 2165.

-, Mr., shipmaster, 621, 766, 928, 1549.

-, Philip, tidesman's place, London port, 1612.

-, Richard, of Goddington, Recusant, 455.

-, Thomas, King's waiter, London, 2165.

-, -, Wadlow's Wine Act account, 152.

-, William, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Bucks, 1983.

Clements see Clement, Clemence.

Clench, Dr. Andrew, pension, 538, 636, 664, 717, 835, 964, 1006, 1339, 1340, 1597, 1610, 1939, 1940.

-, Brune, purveyor of victuals, Tangier, 123, 1558, 1649; formerly messenger, Tangier, 1800.

-, William, under collector of Hearthmoney, 1549.

Clerk (Clerks) of Assize see Assize.
-, of the Crown see Chancery.
-, of the Crown in the King's Bench. See Astry, Sir S.
-, of Foreign Escheats see Exchequer Court (Foreign).
-, of the Pells see Exchequer Court (Pells).
-, of the Pipe see Exchequer Court (Pipe).

Clerkenwell (co. Midd.), 885, 1804: prison, 944.

Clerkson, John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Cleve, Richard, clerk in the Wine Licence Office, 709.

Cleveland, Duchess, see Palmer, B.

-, House, London, 2085, 2095.

Cleveland Deanery (co. Yorks), 1977.

Cleves (Germany), 621.

Clewer (co. Berks), 365, 657, 885, 1001, 1983; bailiwick of, 1965; Hermitage, 885.

-, Brocas bailiwick, 1965.

Clewit, Francis, clerk in the Post Office, 1284, 1514, 1971.

Cley (co. Norfolk), 2158.

Cliffe manor (co. Kent), 1788.

Clifford, Capt. Anthony, Troop in Prince Rupert's Regt. of Dragoons, 519.

-, Giles, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

-, Hugh, 2nd Lord Clifford, Clerk of the Pipe, 329, 802, 830, 1410, 2011, 2017.

-, Simon, a Teller of the Exchequer, 179, 1189, 1198, 1228, 1238, 2151, 2155, 2167.

-, Thomas, 1st Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, Lord Treasurer, 177, 1108, 1146, 1624.

Clifford, Lord, see Clifford, T. and H.

Clifford's Fort (mouth of the Tyne), 528.

- Inn (London), 170, 494, 744. 1139, 1207, 2002.

Clift, Jacob, of Exeter, 1543.

-, James, rebel in the West, 41.

Clifton, Gilbert, watchman, London, 1066, 1154.

-, John, soldier, Tangier, 385.

-, Sir William, Regiment, 1289, 1421.

Clifton (co. Oxford), 455.

-, Dartmouth Hardness, see Dart mouth.

Climsland prior (co. Cornwall), Boviates tenement in, 458, 593; Kersbrook tenement, 458.

Clinkard, Archibald, sheriff of Kent, 367.

Clinton, alias Fiennes, Edward, 17th Earl of Lincoln, Poll arrear, 1044.

Clintstown (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Clippers see Mint (Clippers).

Clippingdale, John, shipmaster, 226, 855, 1070, 1180.

Clipsham, Michael, merchant, London, petition for Customs place, 833.

-, Robert, vicar of Billingborough, 2077.

Clipston (co. Northants), 850, 1469.

Cloade, John, rebel in the West, 419.

Cloane in Athendmore (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

- see Cloone.

Cloghbeagh (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 561.

Cloghbreedy (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 561.

Cloghjordan (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 548.

Cloghlea (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

- (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Cloghmartin (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Clognoglie (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Clogramkey (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Clogsoreggy (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 567.

Clomore (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Clonagouse (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Clonakeeny (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Clonardran (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 568.

Clonarth, alias Clonyharth (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Clonassy (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Clonassywood (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Clonbealy (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Clonbeg (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Clonbunny (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Cloncarvill (Lune barony, co. Meath), 567.

Clondhea (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Clone see Thory.

- (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Clonebourgh (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Clonemuck (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Clonenagh (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Cloneskeny (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cloney, Lord, see Ducie, W.

Clonfayle (Navan barony, co. Meath), 570.

Clonlaghly (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Clonlea (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Clonlyon (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

Clonmacnoise (Westmeath), ferry at, 1954.

Clonmulkin (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Clonmel (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 549, 555.

Clontibert (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 567.

Clonule see Conalsagh.

Clonygorgenagh, alias Comgaranagh (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Cloone ("Cloane") (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Cloonsillagh, alias Coolnesillagh (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569.

Cloran (Kilkenny city), 561.

Closet, Clerk of see Crew, Nath. (Bishop of Durham).

-, Keeper of see Chiffinch, W.

Cloth, Cloths, see Stuffs; prohibited, 587.

- of estate for ambassadors, 342.

- of gold for the Coronation, 70.

-, white, trade in, see Merchant Adventurers' Company.

Clothiers desiring execution of laws against export of wool etc., 6501, 1925, 1944, and see Wool.

Clotworthy, Thomas, tidesman, Weymouth, 307.

Cloudsley (Coudesley), Paul, making alamode silks, 1733, 1802, 1816, 1917.

-, William, of London, vintner, 1858.

Clough, Robert, Bonnet's lands, London, 1858.

Clovelly (co. Devon), 595.

Clowestown (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 559.

Cloymanlagh (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Cludd (Chudd), Charles, lease, St. Giles, Cripplegate, 221, 1568, 1618, 1661, 1666.

Cluse, Monsieur le, exporting wool, 1789.

Clutterbuck, Charles, Ordnance bills, 12.

-, Jasper, Ordnance bills, 12.

-, Jeremiah, bail for Recusants, Exeter, 1058, 1108.

-, Lady, widow of Sir Thomas, Ordnance bills, 12, 111.

-, Margaret, widow, loans on the Linen Duty, 2178.

-, Mr., lodge in Wychwood Forest, 1005.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, Roger, searcher, London port, 164, 871, 1946; searcher, Southampton port, 2035.

-, William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Clyde, Joan, see Lyde.

Clygyrog (co. Anglesea), 458.

Clynn, Mr., messenger to the Post Office, Lambeth, 1676.

Cnyler, Joannes, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Coach horses, duty on, granted to the King's coachmen, 63, 952, and see Waterman, Mr.

Coachmen see King's (Coachmen).

- and coaches in London, rules as to, see Hackney (Coachmen).

Coad, Thomas, of Barwick, Somerset, rebel in the West, 420, 2005.

Coakney, Tho., rebel in the West, 416.

Coal see Cole.

Coal for the Channel Isles see Guernsey, Jersey.

- farm (4s. per chalder on exported sea coal, see Townshend, Lord, Robinson, G.), 63, 207, 218, 397; history of, 2301; put under the Customs Commissioners, 452; assignees of the farm, 452, see Blackett, Sir W., Blake, G.

-, London measure of chaldron, 170, 268.

-, pits or works, 408, 615, 616, 1086, 1259-60, 1261, 1337, 1399, 1498, 1624, 1777, 1889, 1891; horses working in, 624.

-, prices of, 268.

-, trade 15078; in London, frauds and oppressions in, and proposal concerning management of, 268, 464; proposal to equalise Scotch and English duties, 1370, 15078; foreign coal trade, 1370; state of trade, 1204.

Coales Marsh (co. Essex), 2092.

Coates (Cotes), Anne, widow, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Cuthbert, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

-, Edward, transporting wool, 1866.

-, Elizabeth, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

-, Geo., lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Henry, Recusant, co. Bucks, 456.

-, James, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1934, 1935.

-, Jane, custodiam lease, co. Stafford, 600.

-, John, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Leonard, tidesman, London, 2008.

-, Tho., manager of the first Wine Act, 603, 1595, 2035.

-, -, tenant, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, William, senr. and junr., lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Coats see Liveries.

Cobage see Copage.

Cobb, Mr., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Peter, mariner, 218; transporting calf skins, 1403.

-, Richard, shipmaster, 170.

-, Thomas, of Gloucester city, murderer, 1630, 1661, 1781, 1916.

Cobb see Lyme Regis.

Cobby, Wassell, debtor of L. Santon, New York, 1706.

Cochin, Sir Tho. (temp. Hy. VIII), lands, Derby, 1227.

Cochineal, 1556.

Cock, Godfrey, linen draper, Aldgate, 806.

-, John, plumber, master plumber to the Mint, 969, 1331.

-, Mary, pension, per Rob. Bertie, 249, 285, 406, 444, 719, 1339, 1597, 1936, 1940.

-, Mr., steward of Chelsea Hospital, 2040.

-, Richard, linen draper, Aldgate, 806.

-, Robert, Receiver [of Excise], co. Surrey, 290.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Cockaine (Cockayne), Andrew, yeoman rider of the hunting horses of Charles II, 1037, 1119.

-, Charles, tenant, Exeter, 1435, 1704.

-, Jo., collector, Colchester, 2008.

-, Mr., Independent minister, bequest to, 520.

Cockbush (Chichester port), 765, 1518.

Cocken (co. Lancs), 1362.

Cocker (and see Coker), Capt., payments for the King's private revenue in Ireland, 1900.

Cockeram (Cockram), Geo., and his wife, Quakers, co. Notts, 631.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

Cockerill, John, shipmaster, 1447.

Cockerington (co. Lincoln), 1066, 1237, 1239, 2078.

Cockpit see Struts.

Cocks see Cox.

Cocoa nuts see Cacao.

Cocque, Monsieur le, goods for, 20145; see Le Cocque.

Cod, curing of etc., Dutchmen imported to teach, see Fish.

Coddan, Philemon, surveyor, Plymouth, 116, 199.

-, William, tidesman, Starcross, 1928.

Codrington, John, landwaiter, London, 1292.

-, Col. John, late Treasurer of Barbados, 8401, 1420.

-, Thomas, preacher, Chapel Royal, 1822.

Cody, Nicho., of St. Andrew, Holborn, cook, surety for R. Pepper, 1414.

Coedmarthen (co. Denbigh), 1804.

Coell, Sir John, kt., a Master of Chancery, 8756; steward of Richmond manor, 182, 1112; lease, London, 1250, 1349.

Coffee imports, 172, 198.

- houses and coffeemen in and about London, names of, 16717.

- officers in the Excise Office, 132.

- traders, 503.

Coffin, Fran., of Buckland, Recusant, 637.

-, Richard, sheriff of Devon, 1264, 1447.

-, Tho., petition for Customs place, 1366.

Cogan, Sir Andrew, 1560.

-, Charles, landwaiter, Weymouth and Sarum, 172; waiter, Poole, 203, 267.

-, Edward, tidesman, Lyme, 430.

-, John, merchant, Lyme, 280.

Coggs, John, goldsmith, London, 756.

Coghill, Sir Jo., collector of rents of the Archbishop of Armagh, 2048.

Cogle (Coyle) (co. Down), ferry at, 1954.

Coinage see Mint.

- Duty see Mint.

Coins and moneys of account see Copper dollars, Dollars, Dineros, Ducatoons, Milreis, Moedas, Nobles, Pieces of Eight, Pistols, Reals, Reis, Crusadoes, Livres Tournois, Louis d'or, Rix dollars, Gilders, Crown.

Coignet (Coignett), Elizabeth, widow of James, issues to, 935.

-, James, 935.

Coke see Cook.

Coker (and see Cocker), Sir Henry, T. Carraway's petition, 1916.

-, John, surveyor, Bideford, 1914.

Colas, Antho. [refugee] from Sedan in France, 576.

Colbeach, Thomas, shipmaster, 2059.

Colbeck, Col., died in Jamaica, 891.

Colburn (Coleburn, Colebourn, Colebarn), Ann, tenant, Ellingham, 1509.

-, John, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, engineer of the Mint, 751.

-, Robert, engineer of the Mint, 7501, 777, 1957; making tools for coining, 750.

-, William, of Wellington, Somerset, rebel in the West, 420, 425, 2006.

Colby, Hobart, Groom of the Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 792.

-, Tho., a Navy Office clerk, 2081.

Colchester (co. Essex), port, 200, 535, 595, 901, 917, 1154, 1205, 1555, 1676, 1985, 2008.

-, wine licences, 12045.

Colclough, Adam, surveyor of Greenwax, 21, 1117, 1408, 1789.

Colcot, Roger, tidesman, Exeter port, 375.

Coldham (Coldhame), George, King's waiter, London, 1500; collector, Barnstaple, 1819.

Colding, Mr., Sir T. Williams's debt to Visct. Newport, 1360.

Coldstream Regiment see Army.

Cole (Coal, Coall, and see Coell), Andrew, Commissioner to enquire of concealments, Arkingarthdale, 1224, 1254, 1934.

-, Charles, surety for W. Watson, 1820, 1869.

-, Daniell, junr., of Ipswich, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk, 1805, 2028.

-, David, rebel in the West, 424.

-, George, concealment, Surrey, 887.

-, Gregory, Petersham Lodge, 752.

-, James, rebel in the West, 424.

-, John, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer for joining tallies, 324, 372, 382, 449, 829, 953, 1011, 1012, 1302, 1372, 1559; death, 1570.

-, -, son of John, of Great Sampson, Cornwall, 144.

-, -, inhabitant, Tangier, debt to, 843; Lieut. John, Tangier, 845.

-, Sir John, bart., lands, Ireland, 552.

-, Lawrence, Register of Certificates, Jersey, 136, 271; surveyor, Poole, 136, 271.

-, Paul, lead mine, co. Somerset, 1091.

-, Richard, child of the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, -, lease, Tiverton, 1465, 1543.

-, Robert, shipmaster, 170.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 552.

-, Roger, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, waiter, Swanage, 613; collector, Cowes, 1035; assistant searcher, Poole, 1959.

-, -, commander of the King's yacht Isabella, 753.

-, -, Secondary in the Pipe Office, 1770.

-, Widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, -, inhabitant, Tangier, debt to, 843.

-, William, Hearthmoney Office messenger, 131, 623.

-, -, rebel in the West, 424.

-, -, Col., member of the Council, Virginia, 1691.

Colebrook (co. Bucks), 1983.

Coleburn, Colebourn, see Colburn.

Coleford Chapel see Dean Forest.

Colegate, Mr., vintner, Woolwich, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1675.

Coleman, Charles, one of the King's musicians, 130, 379, 457; Poll arrear, 1043, 1390.

-, Edmd., of Bury, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 2028; ditto, co. Suff., 1805.

-, Edward, of Furnivals Inn, lease, co. Lincoln, 1851.

-, James, Customs seizer, 961.

-, John, Yeoman of the Woodyard, 584.

-, Robert, Nonconformity fine, 1959.

-, Tho., deputy clerk of the Cheyne to the Yeomen of the Guard, 707.

-, William, lands, co. Suffolk, 777.

Colepeper (Culpeper), Thomas, 2nd Lord Colepeper, debt to, for his salary and expenses as Governor of Virginia and for his title to the Northern Neck, 181, 234, 255, 279, 349, 474, 495, 507, 509, 510, 70910, 81012, 12946, 1381, 14601, 1489, 1588, 1595, 2000, 20178, 2061; lodgings, 1927.

Coleraine (co. Londonderry), 521; Customs of, see Ulster (Plantation).

Coles, Charles, shipowner, 322.

-, Eliza, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, Humphrey, tenant, Ellingham, 1509.

-, Thomas, son of Humphrey, tenant, Ellingham, 1509.

-, William, petition to import fresh cod, 1567.

-, -, rebel in the West, 421.

Coleshill, co. Warwick, 1125, 1849.

Colesman, John, rebel in the West, 421.

Coletremer (co. Meath), 1932.

Coletrough (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Coley, John, Recusant, 626.

-, William, Recusant, 626.

Coliators Wood see Caliatour.

Colin see Collins, Richard.

Coling, Benjamin, Yeoman Usher of the House of Lords, 269; keeper of the Council Chamber, 395, 434, 715, 742, 998, 1051, 1338, 1937, 1940; Poll arrear 1390, 1510.

-, Richard, 308; Wardrobe deliveries of Coronation plate etc., 174, 239, 414, 1297, 2022; for Lord Chamberlain Arlington, 788.

Coll, John, tenant, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

Collaton ("Colyton") (co. Devon), 1618, 2004, and see Culleton.

Collaver, alias Collen (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Collen (and see Collin), Thomas, lands, Ireland, 568.

Collerstown (Kilkenny city), 561.

Collett, Anthony, of Tewkesbury, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester, 1696.

-, Henry, junr., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester, 1696.

-, Henry, senr., of Lincoln's Inn, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982; ditto, co. Gloucester, 1696; ditto, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, John, of North Aston, co. Warwick, Recusant, 455.

-, -, of London, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London, 1695.

-, -, of Nether Slaughter, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester, 1696.

-, Nicholas, landwaiter, London port, 465, 622, 726.

-, Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Colliagh (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

Collier, Capt. Charles, deputy to W. Hewer at Tangier, 33, 335, 814, 846, 2125.

-, Elizabeth, concealed lands, Spaldhurst, 884.

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

-, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879, 880.

-, Lieutenant, battalion of Guards, Tangier, 845.

-, Meredith ap Llewellyn, lands, Anglesea, 458.

-, Robert, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 631.

-, William, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423.

Collieries see Coalpits.

Collierstown (Moyfenrath barony, co. Meath), 568.

Collin (and see Collen), Henry, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 630.

Collingham North (co. Notts), 1978.

Collingridge, Edmund, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

-, Elianor, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

-, Thomas, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

-, William, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

Collingwood, Daniel, Holy Island lease, 257.

-, Francis, Capt. in Col. Oglethorpe's Regt., 1401.

-, George, executor to Daniel, 257.

-, Mr., Crown law case against, 2106.

-, Sarah, wife of Francis, 1401.

Collins (and see Collen, Collin), Anne, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Daniel, King's Troop of Horse Guards, 622.

-, -, of Hillingdon, outlaw, 2174.

-, Dr., engaged under Lord J. Berkeley when Governor of Exeter, 967.

-, Eliz., lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

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

-, George, of Helston, supervisor of the tin blowing houses, Cornwall and Devon, 132, 179, 192, 1753.

-, Capt. Greenvil, Navy, 205, 232; survey of the coast, 1942.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 421.

-, James, son of Dr., petition for Customs place, 967; landwaiter, Bristol, 1153, 1928.

-, Jane, widow of Daniel, 622, 2174.

-, John, Tangier soldier, 682.

-, -, inquisition, Abingdon, 1317.

-, -, rebel in the West, 421, 422.

-, -, landcarriageman, London, 1518.

-, Sir John, of Chute, co. Wilts, surety for Sir W. Doyly, 1739, 1867.

-, Major, Deputy Governor of Pendennis, 1132.

-, Margaret, Tangier widow, 174, 645, 682.

-, Mary, of Bath, 1253, 1891.

-, Mathew, surety of W. Watson, 1869.

-, -, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, Mr., Independent minister, bequest to, in trust, 520.

-, -, tenant, Isleworth, 1523.

-, -, mariner, 1787.

-, Nicho., senr., rebel in the West, 417.

-, -, junr., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Richard, concealed land, Speldhurst, Kent, 883.

-, -, boatman, Yarmouth, 198.

-, -, general rider of Excise, 578, 602.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford etc., 1983.

-, Robert, blacksmith, Tangier, 814.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Tho., lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

-, -, rebel in the West, 420.

- (Collin), Tho., tidesman, St. Ives, 1792.

-, William, brother to Daniel, 622.

-, -, wheelwright employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641.

-, -, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1934.

Collis, Adrian, tidesman, London port, waiter, Arundel port, 1278, 1289.

Collison, Thomas, of Lincolnshire, seditious words against the King, 1407, 1416.

Colls, Richard, Tangier soldier, 1259, 1485.

Collstown (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Colmonline (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Colmore, Joliffe, shipper, Leghorn, 663.

Colne, river (Essex), 978.

Colne St. Alwyn (co. Gloucester), 222.

Colney Hatch (co. Middlesex), 1675.

Colobium Sindonis, tunic for the Coronation, 69.

Cologne (Germany), 2022.

- Ambassadors see Ambassadors.

- Elector, 2022; pictures from, 852.

Coloony, Lord, see Coote, R.

Colson, Ellen, lands of, bought by the King at Winchester, 810.

- (Colston), Mr., Crown law service (messenger), 1067, 1068, 1684, 2106, 2107.

Colster see Van Colster.

Colston, Dyer, proposal to transcribe Hearthmoney books, 1569, 1754.

-, Edward, loan on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, Mr., Crown law payment, see Colson, Mr.

Colt, Capt., going to Amsterdam to search for Ferguson, 987.

-, John, ship's purser, castaway at sea, 17301.

-, John Dutton, judgment on scandalum magnatum, 1325.

-, Stephen, boatman, Deal, 382.

Colt Park (co. Lancs), 1362.

Columbanns, F., notary public, Brussels, 1907.

Colva (co. Radnor), 2142.

Colveden (? co. Norfolk), 1677.

Colvile, Dorothy, widow of John Colvile and wife of J. Lindsey, 1215, 1241.

-, John, banker, 1177, 1215.

Colwarth see Bolsworthy Hatch.

Colyton see Collaton and Culleton.

Combden, William, of Netherbury, Dorset, rebel in the West, 2004.

Combe, John, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 418.

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

Combe (co. Devon), 1066, 1348, see Combpyne, Combrawleigh.

Combee, Thomas, surety of Mr. Nash, 1766.

Comber, James, windowman, Post Office, 1284, 1971.

Combes (Combs, Coombes), Hen., seaman employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, James, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Jona, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

Combigella (? co. Radnor), 1683, 1699.

Combpyne (co. Devon), 2004, 2005.

Combrawleigh (co. Devon), 2005.

Combs, imports of and seizures, 869, 976, 1047.

Combwich (co. Somerset), 1792.

Comby, Major Solomon, lands, Ireland, 561.

Comedians see Plays, French.

Comer, John, rebel in the West, 423, 425.

Comgeranagh see Clonygorgenagh.

Comin (Coming and see Cumins), Francis, petition, 411.

-, John, shipmaster, 242.

Comings (and see Cumins), Nicho., rebel in the West, 421.

Comins Town (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 551, 557.

Comly, John, waiter for the Four and a Half per cent. duty, Bridgetown, Barbados, 136.

Commeene, Ormond barony, co. Tipperary, 556.

Commins (and see Comin, Comings, Cumins), John, see Chilcott, John.

Commitmore see Gonahow.

Common Pleas, attorney of, 1511.

-, -, clerk of estreats see East, W., Browne, T.

-, -, Court, 1566; cases in, 2019.

- -, estreats from into the Exchequer, 920, 1770.

- -, extents from, 977.

- -, fines levied in, 585.

- -, Justices of, 202, see Jones, Sir T., Charlton, Sir J., Levins, Sir C., Street, Sir T., Powell, Sir J., Milton, Sir C., Wright, Sir R., Herbert, Sir G.

- -, seal for, 953, 1363.

Common Prayer Book, 725; fine for printing, 4.

Commoners and their rights, 1245, 1527, 1912, 1972.

Commons, House of, bills in, 230.
-, clerk to see Jodrell, P.; records and office of, 91.
-, doorkeepers, 573, 594.
-, furniture for, 157, 165.
-, Journals of, 1067.
-, mace for, 1045.
-, Serjeant at Arms attending see Bishop, Sir W.
-, Speaker, 699, 939.

Communion plate for Ambassadors, 1116, 1117.

Companies see East India Co., Eastland Co., Fishermen Co., Merchant Adventurers or Hamburg, Royal Africa Co., Russia or Muscovy Co., Turkey or Levant Co., London, Miners, Tobacco Pipe.

Compear, Leonard, Receiver General of Jamaica, 203.

Compegne, Katherine, French Protestant refugee, 891.

Compman, Richard, tenant, co. Surrey, 1821.

Compositions in the Exchequer, issues out of, 434, 496, 1196, 1339.

Compsey barony ("Slievardagh and Compsey barony," co. Tipperary), 551, 553, 557, 561.

Compter, Wood Street Compter, see Counter.

Compton, Anne, tenant, co. Southants, 1443.

-, George, 11th Earl of Northampton, goods for, 515, 530, 2166.

-, Henry, tenant, co. Southants, 1443.

-, James, 10th Earl of Northampton, Constable of the Tower, 994.

-, Sir William, baronet fee, 734, 755; Recusancy fine, 1380, 1402, 1436.

Compton-Dando (co. Somerset), 2004.

Comptroller of the Pipe see Exchequer (Court Pipe).

Conalsagh, alias Clonule (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Conant see Connett.

Concealed lands, moneys, &c., see Discoveries.

Conde, Louis Bourbon, Prince de, mourning for, 1491.

Condick, Geo., rebel in the West, 418.

Coney (Cony), Lady Martha, annuity out of Lord Grey's estate, 30, 479.

-, Mr., searcher's place, co. Southants, 1959.

-, -, Crown law matter, 2064, 2065.

-, Col. [Richard], Lieut.-Gov. of Bermudas, 622, 713.

-, Sir William, husband of Martha, 479.

Coney wool (rabbits' fur), 1567.

Conformity, certificates of, 309.

Cong Abbey (co. Mayo), 1954.

Congnard (Conyard), David, brandy merchant, 338.

-, Mr., senr. and junr., merchants, London, 4, 42.

Congrave (and see Conygrave), Christopher, Army pension, 1282, 1286, 1470, 1710.

Congregational churches, grant in bequest for poor ministers of, 520, 535.

Coniers see Conyers.

Coningham see Cunningham.

Coningsby, Humphry, Army pension, 701, 1281, 1469.

Conisholme (co. Lincoln), 1775.

Coniston (co. Lanes.), lands called Quarrels, Sheep Park, Wheat Farms, Drymoulter Ranks [Rents], Yure Mines, 1361.

Conkerry (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Conletumhard (Kilnamanagh barony co. Tipperary), 552.

Conlyrussine (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Connaught (Ireland), 1423.

Connecticut, Colony, 1627; Governor of, 192.

Connett (Connitt), John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Joseph, son of Thomas, 1896.

-, Richard, son of Thomas, 1896.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 417, 425, 18957, 2002.

-, - (alias Conaut), tenement, co. Devon, 1896.

Conningham see Cunningham.

Connock, Alice, wife to John and afterwards to E. Fowell, 210.

-, Capt., volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, George, son of Capt., volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, John, lease, Calstock, 122, 210.

-, Nicholas, son of John, 210.

-, William, major, 2128.

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

Connor (Conner), John, fine for taking away Mris. Sidderfen, 766.

-, Owen, landwaiter, Bristol, 748, 753, 998; ditto, London, 1042, 1153, 1964.

Conquest, Thimelby, superstitious uses, papers, 296.

Constable, Henry, Commissioner for derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1452.

-, Sir Philip, father of Tho., 152.

-, -, nephew of Thomas, Recusancy fine, 152; superstitious uses bequest, 170.

-, Robert, 3rd Visct. Dunbar, lands, Yorks, 1452.

-, Tho., petition for Recusancy fine, 152.

-, William, proposal concerning the Hispaniola wreck, 1447, 14678, 1478, 1489, 1498, 1502, 16323, 1651, 1794, 1823, 2027, 2040, 2057, 2073, 2099, 2169, 2171, 2173.

Constantinople, 414, 1199, 2163.

-, English Ambassadors to see Ambassadors.

-, English Embassy, seal for, 1593, 1727.

-, English merchants in, 171.

Contee (Conte), Peter, of Tavistock, landwaiter, Plymouth, 527; warehouseman, ibid., 908.

Conventicles, 1881.

- fines, 1040; Receiver of, 467, see Ange, E.

Convocation see Tin.

Conway, Earl of, see Conway, Edw.

Conway, Edward, 3rd Visct. and 1st Earl of Conway, 1147.

-, Sir Henry, baronet fee, 850, 1058, 1072.

-, Sir John, 1058, 1072.

- Marmaduke, King's falconer and spaniel keeper, 102, 295, 308, 485.

-, Lieut. Thomas, lands, Ireland, 566.

Conway Castle (co. Carnarvon), keeper of, 325.

Cony see Coney.

Conyers (Coniers), Ann, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, Lord, see D'Arcy, C.

-, Nicholas, alum works, Yorks, 1215.

-, William, debt to, from H. Lewis, banker, 977, 11301.

Conygar (Ireland? Conigar, Limerick, or Connigar, Kerry), 1110.

Conygrave, Charles, fellmonger, petition for Customs place, 107.

Conyngham see Cunningham.

Coode, Thomas, searcher, Penryn, 533, 588.

Cooke (Cook, Coke), Alexander, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 630.

-, Christopher, of Wilton, rebel in the West, 460, 515, 664, 680, 683, 751, 1172.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804; ditto, for co. Yorks, 1982.

-, Daniel, tenant, London, 1965.

-, Edmund, lease of Richmond Ferry, 1389.

-, Edward, a Commissioner of Alienations, 1975, 2159, 2167.

-, -, of Hungerford Park, son of Mary, lease, co. Hereford, 19889.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 421.

-, Henry, appraising Verrio's effects in St. James's Garden, 2163.

-, Isaac, surveyor, Ipswich, 919, 959, 1042.

-, John, executor of Gervas Price, 1939.

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

-, -, Latin Secretary, 546, 599, 1248, 1256, 1758, 1707; franked letters of, 462.

-, -, concerning R. Veel's accounts, 756.

-, -, Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 2015.

-, -, concealed land, Bermondsey, 880, 884.

-, -, messenger to the Excise Office, 1458.

-, -, lease of hundreds, co. Essex, 1850.

-, -, lands, co. Hereford, sale of, 1868.

-, - (son of Edward), lease, co. Hereford, 19889.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, waiter at Bude, in Padstow port, 375.

-, Jose, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, King's see King's Cook.

-, Mary, of Hereford, widow, lease, 1988.

-, Mathew, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mr., collector, Cowes, 1096.

-, -, merchant, smuggling, 725.

-, Mris., lands, Locking, co. Somerset, 1966.

-, Sir Miles, Master in Chancery, 48.

-, Osmond, invention for diving under water, 1814.

-, Peter, a Gentleman Pensioner, 1069.

-, Richard, Mayor of Dover, 1517.

-, -, mariner, 2147.

-, Ro., receiver of assessments, co. Surrey, 1041, 1160.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 420.

-, -, grant of the manor and bailiwick of Westminster, 1962.

-, Stephen, of Wilton, Somerset, clothier, rebel in the West, 416, 424, 2006.

-, -, concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Thomas, King's falconer, 102, 308.

-, -, land in the Cockpit, 1120.

-, -, deputy collector inwards, London port, 642; collector, Faversham, 1838.

-, -, of Kilmington, co. Devon, rebel in the West, 415, 2004.

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

-, Thomasin, wife of John, 884.

-, William, register of entries inwards, London port, 258, 622, 726, 743.

-, -, concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

-, -, tidesman, London, 1446, 1475.

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

-, Sir William, inquiry into the Sheriff of Norfolk's accounts, 840.

Cookes, Sir Thomas, bart., 1341, 1348.

-, Sir William, baronet fee, 1341, 1348.

Cookham (co. Berks), 885, 984, 1552; South Coppice and North Coppice, 885.

- and Bray, woodward of, see Windsor Forest.

Cooknay, Tho., rebel in the West, 424.

Cooktown (Kells barony, co. Meath), 568.

Coolboy (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Coole, Thomas, lands, Ireland, 568.

Coole Irkin see Castle John.

Cooleben (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Cooledotia ("Cooledoly") (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Coolemagoe (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Coolemaine (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Cooleminey see Badle.

Coolenatullagh (? Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Coolenure (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

-, alias Cullinure Castle (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Coolequill (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Coolereagh (Kilkenny city), 561.

Coolerosswood (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Coolestown barony (Kings County), 562.

Coolevack, alias Macking (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Coolkill (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Coolock (barony, co. Dublin), 570.

Coolsillagh (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Cooltubride (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Coombes see Combes.

Coomer (Cowmer), John, lands, Locking, co. Somerset, 1967.

Cooper, Lord, see Cooper, Anthony Ashley.

Cooper (Cowper and see Cuper), Ann, wife to Nathaniel, 622.

-, -, wife to William, 1127.

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

-, -, daughter of Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Anthony Ashley, Lord Ashley, Lord Cooper of Pawlett and Earl of Shaftesbury, 1146, 1169; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1260, 2081; a Treasury Lord, 92.

-, Col. Arnold, petition, 1947, 2022.

-, Cha., attorney for Lieut. J. Michelburne, 1397.

-, Christiana, widow of Samuel, 12701.

-, Chris[topher], rebel in the West, 417.

-, Edward, lands, Lincoln, 1851.

-, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124, 1127; daughter of William, 1127.

-, Francis, son of Edward, lands, Lincoln, 1851.

-, Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Isaac, private sentinel, Tangier 901, 910.

-, James, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124; James and his wife, 1126.

-, John, Customs composition, 1158.

-, Jos., arrears, Tangier, 385.

-, Jose[ph], rebel in the West, 420.

-, Mary, mother of Jos., 385.

-, -, wife, and Mary, daughter to William, 1127.

-, Mr., Bullen Reymes' assets, 126.

-, -, Crown law payment, 1068.

-, -, victualler, Streatham, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1675.

-, - tar for Navy Stores, 1879.

-, Nathaniel, Comptroller's place, Berwick port, 622.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 563.

-, Richard (? for Robert), Sick and Wounded accounts, 660.

-, -, junr., of St. Pancras, victualler, fine for assault, 944.

-, Robert, clerk to Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 52, 391, 715, 1259, 1818, 1884, 1924.

-, Samuel, King's limner pension, 12701.

-, -, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Susan, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, Thomas (? for Robert), clerk to the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 1015, 1094, 1239, 1394, 1488.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, -, tenant, Wistow, 20701.

-, Walter, yearly payment out of Irish establishment, 1743.

-, William, of Bridgwater, joiner, rebel in the West, 417, 2004.

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

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Sir William, a Gentleman Pensioner, 1668.

-, -, -, of Hertford, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1695, 1983.

-, Winifred, daughter to William, 1127.

Coote, Richard, grant of forfeitures of wool bonds, Ireland, 1799, 1806, 1958.

-, -, 1st Lord Coote of Colooney, lands, Ireland, 568.

Cooth, Mr., suit against Elderton, 1915.

Copage (Cobage), Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Leonard, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Thomas, son of Leonard, 1124.

Cope, Sir Anthony, ground rent of the Custom House, 171.

-, Sir John, ground rent of the Custom House, 146, 171, 368, 1283; loan on the Linen Duty, 2178.

-, Michael, grantee of the Royal Oak lottery, 1421.

-, Thomas, surveyor, Poole, 136.

-, William, loan on the Linen Duty, 2179.

Copeland, Geo., lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Copell (and see Capell), Henry, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

Copenhagen (Denmark), 466, 853, 1495 7, 19078.

Copes, the, see Dean Forest.

Copley, Beatrix, relict of Edwd., 1534.

-, Edward, of co. Yorks, Hearthmoney accounts for cos. Yorks, Lincoln and Lancs, 1534, 1028, 1201, 1279.

Copmanthorpe manor (co. Yorks), 1213.

Copper, 1232.

- dollars, 1494; see Dollars.

- fringe, 361.

Copperas stones on the beach (co. Kent), grant of, 19178, 2022 3, 2099, 2109.

Coppleston, Sir John, Duchess of Cleveland's grant of the Prizage and Butlerage, 1635.

Copplestone, Richard, weigher, Exeter port, 1556.

Coquus, John, silversmith, 1252, 1257.

Corane (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Coranetobermore (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Corbally (Kells barony, co. Meath), 568.

-, East (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Corbet, Viscountess, see Corbett, S.

Corbett (Corbet), Frances, pension to her father out of the Privy Purse, 1817.

-, Sir John, fine for misdemeanour, 1962.

-, Lawrence, King's waiter, London, 233, 1321.

-, Robert, concealed land, Speldhurst, 883.

-, Sarah, Viscountess Corbet of Linchlade, 1147.

-, Susanna, H. Harding's estate, 485.

-, Sir Uvedale, pictures etc. for, 2083.

Corbigg (co. Wexford), ferry at, 1954.

Corbin (Corbyn), Robert, waiter, Studland Bay, 64.

-, Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 222, 276, 473, 636, 678, 712, 780, 906, 907, 9367, 964, 989, 1113, 1178, 1252, 1273, 1339, 1580, 1649, 1653, 1775, 1849, 1873, 1925, 1936, 1940, 2012, 2017.

Corbridge, Mr., general rider of Excise, co. Yorks, 855.

Corby, Thomas, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

Corby manor (co. Northants), 1002, 1042.

Corbyn see Corbin.

Cordelion, Peter, rebel in the West, 422.

Cordell, Ann, daughter of Loud, 1791.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Loud, 1791.

-, Loud, pension to his children and widow, 1761, 1791.

-, Richard, son of Loud, 1791.

Cordwill, Samuel, waterman, London port, 1671.

Cordwood in the King's forests, 2001.

Corego Cunola at Parma, 1974.

Corhymarky (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Corgeeth (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569.

Coriton (Coryton), Sir John, bart., sheriff of Cornwall, 311, 503, 851, 986.

-, Sir John, father of Sir John, 986.

-, William, inquisition as to Cornish's estate, 653; stewardship of several Hundreds, Cornwall, 944.

Cork, Earl of, see Boyle, R.

Cork city (Ireland), 106, 508, 1280, 1331, 1502, 1744.

- county, 1331, 1572, 1954, 1998.

Corkbeg (Cork, Ireland), ferry at, 1954.

Corker, Edward, managing the King's private revenue in Ireland, 1890, 2130.

-, James, of St. Mary, Savoy, pension, 949.

-, Reverend Father, Resident from the Elector of Cologne, 2022.

Corlaghan, alias Curlaghan (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Corlendervoy (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Corlesky (Kells barony, co. Meath), 564.

Corlody Town (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Cormeene (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569.

Cormilfe (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 568.

Cormock, Capt. Jacob, lands, Ireland, 567.

Corn (oats, meal etc.), Act for (22 Car. II, c. 13), 172, 207, 312, 396, 1377; additional Act (1 James II, c. 19), 1568.

-, English, 1664.

-, imports, 527.

- prices, high and low and duties, 172; prices of oats, 1585, 1879.

-, prohibition of export, 622.

-, Scotch imports to Berwick, frauds in see Scotch (Corn); Berwick.

Cornbury, Visct., see Hyde, E.

Cornelius, Richard, rebel in the West, 420, 424.

-, Roger, rebel in the West, 420.

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

Cornes see Carnes.

Corneu, James, soldier, St. Christopher, 62.

Cornish, Elizabeth, widow of Henry, 6523.

-, Geo., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Henry, haberdasher of London, estate forfeited for treason, 382 3, 391, 437, 469, 472, 494, 572, 6523; wife and children, 1361, 20078.

-, John, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

-, J. see Allen, J.

-, Michael, petition for Customs place, 389.

-, Samuel, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

-, Thomas, partner of Henry Cornish, 472.

-, -, rebel in the West, 420.

- (or Allen), William, 653.

Cornwall (Cornewall), John, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 630.

-, Mr., Ensign in Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, 845.

CORNWALL COUNTY, 30, 144, 145, 209, 210, 227, 229, 231, 449, 459, 491, 546, 572, 592, 593, 604, 613, 637, 804, 827, 831, 851, 860, 888, 911, 912, 913, 943, 986, 1358, 1379, 1414, 1505, 1612, 1694, 1714, 1737, 1753, 1767, 1778, 1849, 1851, 1852, 1870, 2111.

-, -, Crown Revenues, charges on, 541.

- -, Excise, 776, 1108, 1850.

- -, Hearthmoney, 205.

- -, Hundreds, stewardship of, 944.

- -, Justices of Peace, 1244.

- -, Lord Lieutenant, 764.

- -, Receivers of Crown rents see Scawen, W., Ward, J.

- -, Recusants, Commissioners for, 1804.

- -, sheriffs, 311, 503, 832.

- -, smuggling in, 2000.

- -, stannaries see Tin.

- -, tin and blowing houses and Convocation etc., see Tin.

- -, Vice-Admiral, 1599.

- DUCHY, assessions, 1706.

- -, Attorney General see Courtney, N.

- -, Auditor (see Harbord, W.), 254, 263, 321, 395; deputy auditor, 1706, see Griffith, J., Meredith, R.

- -, farmers and escheators, 804.

- -, fee farms, 2030.

- -, fees and pensions payable out of accounts of, 139, 183, 185, 192, 193, 231, 395, 406.

- -, increased rents, tenants buying, 374.

- -, lands and manors, leases of, 22, 57, 58, 1445, 20910, 219, 270, 321, 405, 441, 457-8, 473, 481, 516, 572, 580, 592, 593, 636, 651, 664, 6667, 674, 693, 696, 705, 7201, 751, 782, 792, 827, 837, 852, 860, 869, 889, 912, 913, 944, 1071, 1121, 1156, 1172, 1271, 1379, 1414, 14345, 1464, 1466, 1473, 1474, 1519, 1527, 1538, 1640, 1682, 1704, 1716, 1727, 1757, 1767, 1778, 1779, 1849, 1851, 1852, 1870, 2082.

- -, leases, method of passing, 374.

-, -, messenger to see Ward, J.

- -, Receiver of (see Killigrew, Sir P.), 94, 321, 395, 782, 8512, 2033; accounts, 635, 8512, 900; Deputy Receiver, 1545, see Rogers, B., Hooker, W., Tooker, J., Lloyd, E.

- -, revenue, state of, 602.

- -, -, issues out of, 137, 164, 192, 225, 247, 269, 434, 496, 712, 742, 746, 798, 835, 870, 900, 906, 1006, 1257, 1580, 1597, 1715, 1727, 1797, 1862.

- -, stannaries and tin see Tin.

-, Duke of, James, Prince of Wales, 2023, 2024, 2118; seal for, 2118.

Cornwallis, Benercot, T. Beverley's estate, 72: Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, Charles, land in the Cockpit, 1120.

-, -, 2nd Lord Cornwallis, lawsuit against concerning his lands in Norfolk, 16012, 1621.

-, Sir Francis, heir of Charles, 1120.

-, Thomas, infant, stewardship of manors, co. Cardigan, 1501.

-, Capt. Tho., Jersey affair, 164, 545, 571, 587, 614.

Coromandel Coast (India), 1726.

Coronation of Charles II, 174.

- James II:
-, ambassadors and potentates present at, 1401.
-, anniversary of, 1906,1907,2055.
-, book of ceremonial of, by Gregory King, 279.
-, champion and chief cupbearer, 74, 175; livery for, 126.
-, Claims Court of, 298; Register of, 298.
-, deliveries of plate to persons entitled, 1745, 239.
-, feast, 244.
-, fees, gold plate given as, 648.
-, gold works and jewels for, 97, 157, 2434.
-, Healing medals for, 101.
-, Heralds' fee, 527, 743, 998.
-, individual rights and privileges, 126, 1745, 239.
-, issues for, 149, 181, 187, 332.
-, King's cook at, 164.
-, liveries issued for, 726, 764.
-, medals for see Mint.
-, music at, 577.
-, presentees of medals of the King and Queen, 1401.
-, provisions for, of all kinds (Jewel House, Robes, Wardrobe and liveries), 74, 82, 86, 103, 1256, 126, 130, 134, 135, 167, 193, 219, 308, 345, 485, 527, 1798.
-, rich gold stuffs for, 136.
-, robes for the king for, 1145.
-, sheriff's claims for, 645.
-, swords for see Swords.
-, Under Butler see Oxford, Mayor.
-, waiters at, 1639.
-, washing the Chapel linen for, 658.
-, works for, 58, 81, 97, 115, 134.

Corporation Act (Ireland), 2131.

Corporations, pretending to the right of granting wine licences, 819, 12045, 1298.

-, charters of see Charters, and Quo warranto.

Correspondents see Ambassadors (intelligence).

Correy, Thomas, shipmaster, 1913.

Corringham (co. Lincoln), 1778.

- (co. Essex), 2089.

Corrygreagh (Kells barony, co. Meath), 569.

Corryhinny (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Corsely, Humphry, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804; ditto, co. Yorks, 1982.

Cortland, Stephanus van, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Cortnaramagh (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Cortona, Pietro da, Gallery of Florence, 1974.

Coryton see Coriton.

Cosens (Cossens, Cozens, Cousins, and see Cozine), Anthony, assistant accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 1180; ditto to the country accomptant in the Excise Office, 1860.

-, John, arms consigned to, from Rotterdam, 189.

-, -, proposal to inspect cheats of tanners, 961.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 416.

-, William, rebel in the West, 415, 424.

- see Ellis, Andrew.

Cosha ("Cossane") (co. Kerry), ferry at, 1954.

Cosham Bagg (co. Southants), 1909.

Cosher, Arthur, lands, Ireland, 559.

Cossacci (Cassacci), Cosmo, Navy stores, Leghorn, 279, 299.

Cossanduffe (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Costa, Jeronimo Munes [Nunes] da, agent in Holland for the King of Portugal, 451.

Coste, Peter le, shipmaster, 336, 355.

Coston Hackett (co. Worcester), 1630.

Coster, Ann, Recusancy fine, 1572, 1791.

Cotes see Coates.

Cotgrave, Benjamin, tenant, Hadleigh Creek, 2088.

Cothurst, Tho., Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick, 1982; ditto, co. Northants, 1805.

Cotleigh (co. Devon), 2004.

Coton (co. Oxford), 455.

Cotrington, Francis, Recusants' bail, co. Midd., 1022.

Cottam (in Newark Deanery, co. Notts), 1978.

Cotter, Edmd., country accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 131, 171.

-, Col. [James], Deputy Governor of Montserrat, 62.

-, Garrett, a Receiver of Hearthmoney, 348.

-, James, keeper of the Privy Garden, Whitehall, 1340, 1376, 1466, 1955.

Cotterell, Charles, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 719, 742; Sir Charles, 1274, 1275; Master of the Ceremonies in succession to his father, 1325, 1571, 1576, 1937, 1940.

-, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 140, 655, 742, 1192, 1274, 1275, 1660; a Master of Requests, 426; payment in lieu of bills in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 827.

-, Christopher, brazier's work for the Navy, 1630.

-, Edward, Navy chaplain, 797.

-, Elizabeth, wife of John, Re cusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

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

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, high constable of Hemingford Hundred, 1933.

-, Katherine, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 11267.

-, Mary, daughter of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Mr., captain of the Tiger, 797.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 11267.

Cottingham see Campside.

Cottington, Charles, Recusants' recognizances, London, 1021.

-, Sir Francis, lands, Kent, 884; Lord Cottington, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1413.

Cottisford ("Cottesford") (co. Oxford), 455.

Cottle, James, waiter, Mevagissey, 817.

Cotton, Allan, Commissioner to enquire of J. Revans' estate, 146.

-, Christopher, Recusants' fines, co. Stafford, 791.

-, Isaac, messenger of the Chamber, 247.

-, James, messenger of the Exchequer Court, 2107.

-, John, seaman, employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, -, custodiam lease, Cornwall, 1612.

-, Sir John, perpetuity, 790, 1014, 1078.

-, Mary, lands, Ireland, 558.

-, Mr. [? James], Crown law work and payment, 1068.

-, Richard, concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Robert, arrears, Tangier, 385.

-, Samuel, Leicester county fine, 476.

-, Thomas, waiter, Harwich, 1003.

Cotton wool, Manchester, 165, 196, 521, 528, 613.

-, manufactory, proposed establishment of at Jamaica see Jamaica.

Cottrop [? Cockthorpe] (co. Oxford), 455.

Couchman, William, wool frauds, Kent, 1840.

Coudesley see Cloudesley.

Coughlan, James, pension, Ireland, 1993.

Coughton (co. Warwick), 1128.

Council see Privy Council; Trade.

Coune, Patrick, pictures imported for, 797.

Counsell, Edward, of Weare, husbandman, rebel in the West, 419, 2004.

Counter, the (Compter, Wood Street Compter), prison. 31, 536, 575.

Counterfeiters see Mint.

Country [or county] rate see New England.

Couplet, Father, missionary in China, 1720.

Courland see Curland.

Courcy, Almericus de, 22nd Lord Kingsale or Lord Courcy, pension on the Irish establishment, 1746.

-, Lady Helena de, lease of ferries, Ireland, 1280, 19535.

Courser, Capt. Robert, royalist losses, 127.

Court, Eliz., Recusant, Warwick, 1127.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Will., rebel in the West, 420, 425.

Court (Courts) of Augmentations, 829, 1633, and see Augmentations.

- Baron, 1337, 1566, 1708.

- of Claims see Coronation (Claims), Ireland (Acts).

- Delegates see Delegates.

-, Inns of, see Inns.

- Leet, 57, 58, 76, 168, 177, 984, 1337, 1566, 1708, 1782, 1832, 2010.

- London, see London (Thames).

- Martial, 186, 1926.

- of Pypowder see Pypowder.

- of Wards see Wards.

Court Post see Denham, Sir T.

Courts, Westminster see Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer, King's Bench.

Courtenay (and see Courtney), Henry, 20th Earl of Devon, forfeited lands of, 1851.

-, William, 25th Earl of Devon, Crown case against, 16845.

Courthop (Courthopp), Edward, son of Sir George, a Commissioner of Alienations, 143, 158, 1605, 1617, 1840, 1888.

-, Sir George, of Whyligh, co. Sussex, 143.

-, Richard, Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 135, 1344, 2015.

Courtin, Monsieur, money put into his hands by the Duke of York, 1502.

Courtlandt, Stephen, deputy in New York to Auditor Blathwaite, 1591.

Courtmans Marsh (co. Essex), 2092.

Courtney (and see Courtenay), Mr. [? Nicholas], counsel, 388, 732.

-, Nicho., Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 430, 636, 746, 911, 1706, 2070.

-, Sir William, of Powderham Castle, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Dorset, 1804.

Courtnij, Baron de, letter to the Treasury, 1857.

Cousins see Cousens.

Covel (Covell, Covile), Dr., Cambridge University, 964; Dr. John, issue to, 1580.

-, William, seaman, Hispaniola wreck money, 2062, 2068.

Covenant, writs of, see Alienation.

Coventry, Henry, Secretary of State, 347, 743, 876, 1261 18112; Chief Ranger of Enfield Chase and Receiver of fines there, 72.

-, Thomas, husband of Winifred Edgcombe, Calstock weir, 209.

-, Sir William, bailiff of Burley walk, New Forest, 750, 758.

Coventry (co. Warwick), 8, 719 1124; sheriffs of, 161; Holy Trinity Church, 161; Dissenters in, 214; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines in, 1805.

- Park, Cheilesmore manor in, lease of, 219, 656, 7056, 7201, 782, and see Cheilesmore.

Coventry and Lichfield bishopric, Tenths, 972.
-, collections for redemption of captives in Barbary, 1079.

Coverdale, Bernard, lands, Arkingarthdale, 1935.

Coverdale see Coverham.

Coverham ("Coverdale") (co. Yorks), 1065, 1281.

Covert, Sir John, baronet fee, 767.

-, Nicholas, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, -, an Attorney of Common Pleas, Crown law suit against de scandalis magnatum, 1067, 1511.

Covile, Dr. see Covel.

Coward, Christopher, tidewaiter's place, London, 1782.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419.

- Tho., tidesman. Liverpool, 1671.

Cowart, George, agent to the Alum Farmers, 1215.

Cowdray (co. Sussex), 1756.

Cowell, Edward, Army pension, 1710.

Cowes, Jose[ph], rebel in the West, 421.

Cowes port (Isle of Wight), 64, 136, 186, 272, 279, 293, 307, 595, 622, 730, 853, 908, 1035, 1042, 1096, 1154, 1193, 1240, 1278, 1555, 1556, 1563, 1929, 2009.

Cowley, Benjamin, vintner, 403.

-, Mr., interim Commissioner for the Four and a Half per cent. duty, Barbados, 506.

-, Robert, undersearcher, London, 44, 142, 180, 183, 232, 234, 240, 397, 398, 1679.

Cowne, Richard, landwaiter, Plymouth, 927.

Cowper see Cooper.

Cowse, Augnis, interest in the Merchant Adventurers' Company, 213.

Cowton (co. Yorks), 1826.

Cox (Coxe, Cocks), Ann, daughter of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Benjamin, of St. Martin's le Grand, ironmonger, 1371.

-, Edward, custody of Chelsea College buildings, 1351.

-, Gabriel, superstitious uses, papers concerning, 296.

-, -, tidesman, Lynn, 426.

-, Griffith, Indigent Royalist officer, 1431.

-, James, rebel in the West, 417, 425.

-, John, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, tidesman, Minehead, 14; coastwaiter, London, 487.

-, -, collector, Newcastle port, 11867.

-, Dr. John, of Broughton, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696, 1697.

-, Sir John, killed on the Royal Prince in the Dutch war, 346.

-, Katherine, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Lance, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Mary, of Tursmeere, Recusant, 455.

-, Mr., sent to England from Holland by the Marquis d'Abbyville with private intelligence, 2145.

-, -, engine for cutting tobacco, 1718.

-, - (Terence, Dinance et al.), 1722.

-, Nathaniel, keeper of the Council Chamber, 395, 434, 715, 742, 998, 1051, 1338, 1610, 1937, 1940.

-, -, collector, Newcastle port, 11867.

-, Nehemiah, Protestant Dissenter, 1697.

-, Philip, of Collaton, husbandman, rebel in the West, 416, 1618, 1820, 2004.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 416.

-, -, of London, merchant, importing tobacco, 1666, 1781.

-, -, Receiver General of Hearthmoney, cos. Hereford and Gloucester, 611, 646.

-, Robert, boatman, Milton, Kent, 448.

-, -, father of Philip, 1618.

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

-, Tho., brother of Philip, 1618.

-, William, of Innsbury, co. Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 415, 2006; grant of estate of, 1066.

-, -, junr., rebel in the West, 416.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Coy, Capt. and Col. John, Company or Regiment, Tangier, 299, 792, 814, 846, 1083, 1157, 1578, 1600, 1639, 1645, 1655, 1682, 1844, 1971; house in Soho, 923, 1070.

Coyle see Cogle.

Coyney, Ann, widow, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Cozens see Cosens.

Cozine, John and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 631.

-, Winifred, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 631.

Crab (Crabb), Capt. John, commander of the Guardship at Portsmouth, 1317.

-, Joseph, waiter, Leigh, 315.

-, Thomas, of Marlborough, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Wilts, 1805.

Crabb Island (West Indies), 1981, 1993.

Crabland, tenement, Linkinhorne (co. Cornwall), 144.

Cracherode, Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, Mr., gentleman, volunteer from Holland, 1789.

Cracop, alias Graige (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 550, 554 bis.

Cradock, John, waiter, Whitstable, ditto, Faversham, 1042, 2118.

Cradockstown (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Craft, Math., junr., rebel in the West, 419.

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

Crafts, James, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 932.

Cragg, Robert, witness as to Monmouth's rebellion, 718, 1065, 1098.

Cragg (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Craige, Sir James, lands, Ireland, 1573.

-, Lewis, son of Sir James, 1573.

Craister, Edmund, sheriff of Northumberland, 311, 499.

Cramlington, William, waiter, Newcastle, 691, 798.

Cranborne Lodge see Windsor.

Cranbrook (co. Kent), 884, 886, 1695.

- (co. Essex), 1695, 1804.

Cranburne, William, lands, Bermondsey, temp. James I, 882.

Crane, Sir Francis, temp. Car. I, 382.

-, Francis, Recusant, co. Essex, 637.

-, Giles, rebel in the West, 418

-, George, Commissioner to en quire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982; of Bridgwater, ditto for co. Somerset, 1804.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mrs., widow, concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 417.

Crancanatown (Lune barony, co. Meath), 568.

Cranfield, Baron, see Sackville, C.

-, Edward, of Barbados, Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Barbados, 1084, 1155, 1166, 1193; partner with Mason and Allen in the mast trade, 701, 1179.

Cranford, John, Recusant (Quaker), 1303.

Cranmer, Tobias, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, William, shipowner, 1178, 1242.

Cranmore, John, tenant, Thorpe, Essex, 2090.

Crannagh (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

- (barony, co. Kilkenny), 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567.

Crannaghstown (Kells barony, co. Meath), 568.

Crannidge, James, shipmaster, 230.

Crannow (Treworgie, co. Cornwall), 1121.

Cransborough, Nicho., inhabitant, Tangier, debt owing to, 843.

-, Peter, ship Castle of Purmurint, 75.

Cranstun, Deborah, widow, petition for relief, 2029.

Crastock (co. Dorset), 1022.

Craven, Earl of, see Craven, W.

-, H., see Farr, Col. H.

-, Mary, petition for F. Charlton's lands, 1300, 1393, 1476, 1488.

-, Peyton, lease of Sir R. Peyton, 1032.

-, William, Earl of Craven, 1146; Col. of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, furnishing guards and convoys, 531, 669, 852, 864, 2030, 2031; Tower musters, 130; executor of Prince Rupert, 1044.

Craw, Tho., rebel in the West, 425.

Crawford, David, Barbados Regiment accounts, 112; Chief Deputy Commissary of Musters, 286, 322, 1254.

-, Mr., corporal, Tangier, 846.

-, William, of Donhead St. Andrew's, Wilts, Recusant, 984.

Crawley, Francis, cursitor baron of the Exchequer, 366.

Cray (and see Crey), Richard, rebel in the West, 423.

Craydon, Edward, rebel in the West, 424.

Crayford, Edward, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent, 2028.

Crayford manor (co. Kent), 1788.

Creagh, Sir William, of Newcastle, paper on foreign trade, 706, 1204, 1370, 1507.

Creamer, Thomas, tenant, Middlewick Marsh, co. Essex, 2089.

Creation money, 1017; taken off by Charles II, 1017.

Creations, list of, and Heralds' fees for, 11458.

Credit, loss of, to the King by postponing bills of exchange, 251.

Creech Lodge and Walk see New Forest (Bere).

Creed, John, house, Tangier, 304; secretary for the affairs of the garrison of Tangiers, 827.

Creeksea (co. Essex), 2090, 2091, 2092.

- Hall Marsh (co. Essex), 2090.

Cressett, John, hackney coaches, revenue proposal, 1150.

-, Robert, receiver of assessments, co. Salop, 1041, 1129, 1160.

Creswell, John, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

Creswick, Francis, Ranger of Kingswood Chase, 482, 492, 794, 833; forfeited recognizance, 744, 746; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804.

-, Joseph, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

Creswold, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, see Greswold.

Creuddyn (co. Cardigan), 325, 460.

Crewe (Crew, Crow and see Carew and Crow), Benjamin, of Combpyne, co. Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 415, 2005.

-, John, tenant, London, 1965.

-, Mr., Treasury law proceedings, 459.

-, Nathaniel, Bishop of Durham, Clerk of the Closet, 2113; Dean of the Chapel Royal, 1654, 1763, 1764, 1791; tenant, London, 1965.

-, -, Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 135, 1344.

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

Crewel innshades, yarn, 1755; crewel work or yarn, exports of, 623, 670, 1856.

Crewes (and see Cruse), Fra., one of the King's musicians, see Cruys, F.

-, John, shipmaster, 809, 850.

Crewkerne (co. Somerset), 522, 540, 1895, 2004.

Crey (and see Cray), Jeremiah, senr. and junr., debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

Cricklade (co. Wilts), 577; co. Berks, 870.

Cridland, Richard, pardon for Western rebels, 1896.

-, Thomas, of Riseholme, 2085.

Crippling, Edward, steward of Thornton, Yorks, 226.

Crips, Widow, tenant of Crips Marsh, Essex, 2089.

Crips Marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

Crispe (Crisp), Edward, inhabitant, Tangier, debt to, 843.

-, Henry, H. Cornish's estate, 472.

-, Jane, for Sir R. Robinson, 1229.

-, Jo[hn], Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford, 1982.

-, John, collector outwards, London, 1404, 1474.

-, Joseph, escheator of the Leeward Isles, 698.

-, Sir Nicholas, collector outwards, London, 102, 189, 365, 1250, 1359, 1404, 1474, 1487; senr., death of, 1404.

-, Thomas, collector outwards, London, 1404, 1474.

-, -, alum farm, 1214, 1241.

Crispin, Arthur, waterman, London, 1001, 1212, 1518.

-, Tho., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Critchell, Hugh, rebel in the West, 417.

Critchett, Henry, concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Croby, Edward, sugar refiner, importing French molasses, 1919.

Crocker, Ebenezer, Comptroller of new Customs duties, 283.

-, James, custodiam lease, 1810.

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

Croft, Herbert, Bishop of Hereford, 980.

-, Lionel, merchant, Algiers, 964.

-, Richard, loan to soldiers, Tangier, 916.

-, William, of the Inner Temple, Commissioner to enquire of Resusants' fines, London etc., 1804.

Crofts (Croftes), Mr., captain of ship to Barbados, 506.

-, -, recalled from beyond sea, 1046.

-, Richard, of Cwmyoy, co. Monmouth, Recusancy bail, 1022.

-, Mris., house of, 1052.

-, Robert, of St. Clement's Danes, surety of G. Herbert, 1194, 1213.

-, William, Page of the Bedchamber, 605.

Croghane (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Croissy, Charles Colbert, Monsieur de, 893, 1116.

Croix, Jaques la, at Dover, 1210.

-, Monsieur, goods for, 689.

Croles (Crowles), Peter, King's falconer, 102, 295, 308.

Crompton (Crumpton), John, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

-, Prudence, widow, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, Robert, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982.

Cromwell, Lord, probably V. E. Cromwell, Earl of Ardglass, Poll arrears, 1044.

-, Oliver, 1636; physician to, 837; usurper, 1520.

-, Vere Essex, 4th Earl of Ardglass, Regiment of Horse, 761.

Crook (Crooke), Sir Henry, formerly Clerk of the Pipe, 1697.

-, Jeoffery, turnbroach in the Royal Household, 504.

-, Mr., attorney, 459.

-, Robert, debtor of L. Santen, New York, 1706.

-, William, Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Berks, 1982.

Crooker, Michael, Recusants' recognizances, co. Midd., 1020.

Crookshank, Dr. John, lands, Ireland, 570.

Croonbeg (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Croone, Henry, Judge Advocate of the Fleet, 1058, 1259, 1406.

Cropp, Thomas, inquest as to Lisle's estate, 1509.

Cropwell Vicarage (co. Notts), 1979.

Crosby (Crossby), Brien, poor Tangier soldier, 23.

-, Mary, tenant, London, 1965.

Crosfeild, William, waiter, Broadfleet, Lancaster port, 223.

Crosley, John, vicar of Burgh in Lincoln diocese, 2077; ditto of Scawby, 2077.

Cross (Crosse), Alice, wife of John, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, George, Tangier soldier, 901, 910.

-, John, see Shallcross, J.

-, -, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, -, rebel in the West, 219.

-, -, brewer, 2119.

-, Jonas, rebel in the West, 419.

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

-, Ralph, custodiam lease of Adderley's lands, 719.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1982.

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

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Lancs, 1021.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, William, Recusant, 1303.

-, -, buying roots in Braywood, 1843.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

Crossayle (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Crossby see Crosby.

Crosse see Cross.

Crosse Quarter (Dunluce barony, co. Antrim), 1519.

Crosslange (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Croston, James, quayman, London port, 68, 126; waiter, Barnstaple port, 1914.

Crouch, Edw., Hearthmoney Office, 1533.

-, Elizabeth, concealed lands, 494.

-, Gilbert, petition for place, 1419.

-, John, of the King's music (wind instruments), 130; Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

-, Mr., debt to, from Cornish, for Spanish wool, 3823.

-, Nicholas, Recusants' recognizances, London, 1020.

-, Stoner, of Abingdon, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' forfeitures, co. Oxford, 1696, 1982.

-, William, waterman, London, 1193.

Croughcregly (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Crow (Crowe), Benj., see Crew.

-, Capt., shipmaster, 749, 1450, 2166.

-, John, serjeant, Tangier, 1064.

-, Sir Sackville, stewardship of manors, co. Carnarvon, 1501.

-, William, tidewaiter's place, London port, 392.

Crowder (Crowther), John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, country accomptant in the Excise Office, 132, 1458.

Crowe see Crow.

Crowgey, Gertrude, fraud on, 1780.

Crowland (Isle of Ely), 172.

Crowles see Croles.

Crowmarsh (co. Oxford), 454.

CROWN (and sceptres, globe, eagle and staff) for the Coronation (Imperial or St. Edward's Crown and another), 6871, 69, 157, 243.

- Gold see Privy Purse (Healing medal).

- - piece, 648, 821, 1967.

- - -, Roman, equivalence of, 1356.

- - - (French) see Crowns.

- LANDS (for the separate leases of lands of the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster see Cornwall Duchy lands, Lancaster Duchy lands).

- -, concealments and discoveries of, see Discoveries.

- -, Crown and Church lands, Commissioners for, 321.

- -, derelict, 197, 680, 1393, 1644, 2058, 2062, 208793; Crown waste, 2109; Crown title to all sea derelict lands, 770, and see Severn.

- -, encroachments, see Encroachments.

- -, docquets of grants to be first signed by the Treasury Lords, 517.

- -, escheats, see Escheats.

- -, Duke of York's private estate before his accession, see York, Duke of.

- -, fees on tenants' rents, 370, 374.

- -, fines of leases, 1503.

-, -, forfeitures of, 524.

- -, leases, 158, 185, 190, 1978, 199, 204, 209, 210, 215, 221, 229, 233, 252, 270, 326, 356, 407, 441, 443, 449, 458, 490, 580, 600, 607, 641, 664, 666, 667, 697, 705, 751, 851, 855, 860, 861, 87788. 926, 977, 978, 1066, 1086, 11067, 1111, 1120, 1121, 11567, 1245, 1261, 1294, 1309, 1313, 1323, 1335, 1356, 1359, 1367, 1377, 13801, 1399, 1400, 14345, 1476, 1488, 1498, 15256, 15656, 1575, 1602, 1616, 1618, 1661, 1662, 16778, 16856, 16878, 1693, 17024, 1731, 175960, 1767, 1773, 1810, 1828, 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1863, 1964.

- -, private lands of the King in trust for the Queen, 516.

- -, purchases of see Reigate, Winchester, Windsor Forest; purchase deeds to be lodged in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 516.

- -, Receivers in the separate counties, 2097, and see each County separately; ditto in Wales see Wales.

- -, rents and revenues, 26.

- -, sale of (Exchequer item), 2016.

- -, socage tenures see Greenwich, East.

- -, state of revenue and fee farms, 900.

- -, Surveyor General of, passim, see Prideaux, Sir R., Harbord, Sir C., Harbord, W.; deputy to, 1888.

- -, surveys and valuations see Prideaux, Sir R.

- - -, Parliamentary, 122, 169, 252, 481, 503, 860, 1245, 1616, 16878, 1731, 1780.

- -, trustees of, for Charles I as Prince, see King (Charles I).

- LAW cases and issues for (see Burton, P., Graham, R.), 167, 261, 280, 300, 357, 373, 383, 393, 395, 413, 479, 484, 514, 519, 581, 639, 698, 699, 765, 848, 852, 907, 948, 949, 950, 996, 999, 1018, 1023, 1135, 1161, 1172, 1185, 1188, 1189, 1223, 1259, 1263, 1271, 1285, 1354, 1382, 1416, 1417, 1486, 1592, 1615, 1649, 1650, 1659, 1721, 1729, 1747, 1750, 1757, 1812, 1814, 1816, 1881, 1911, 1919, 1924, 1936, 1951, 1957, 2006, 2039, 2119, 2135; accounts, 271, 828, 993, 10457, 10679, 1209, 16835, 21056, 21067.

- OFFICE, 1068, 1490.

- -, clerk in, see Ward, P.

- -, secondary in, see Harcourt, S.

Crowns, French money, 834.

Crowther, Bryan, tenant, Knighton, 1699.

-, John see Crowther.

-, Richard, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

Croxteth (co. Lancs), 1535.

Croydon (co. Cambridge), 1921.

- (co. Surrey), 392, 1352, 1675.

Cruary (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Crucifixes and pictures, 1484, 1503, and see Chapel Royal.

Crudge, William, searcher, Poole port, 976.

Cruise see Cruse.

Crumpton see Crompton.

Crump, Sir Robert, merchant, Bristol, 2150.

-, Thomas, purser of the Barnardiston, 950.

Crunagh (? Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Crusadoes (Portuguese money), 4, 275, 1596.

Cruse (Cruise and see Cruys), Edward, of North Bradley, Wilts, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2005.

- John, shipmaster, see Crewes.

-, -, deputy comptroller, Yarmouth port, 1436.

-, William, rebel in the West, 421.

Cruys (and see Cruse, Crewes), Francis, of the King's music, 130; Poll arrear, 1276.

Cuckaw (Curkaw), Mr., a Gregorian in the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

Cudd, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Cuff (Cuffe), Sir James, pension, Ireland, 1324.

-, Joseph, lands, Ireland, 562.

-, Mr., pension, Ireland, 1324, 1747, 1761.

Cuffesdesart, alias Lisloman (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Cuffesgrove, alias Tullaghone (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Cuilnalagha (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Culkip (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

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

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

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

Cullengrogher (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cullenwaine ("Cullonwin," co. Antrim), 1954.

Cullercoates (co. Northumberland), 1200.

Culliford, Capt. [? William], custody of prisoners in the West, 661.

-, Ensign, Tangier, 846.

-, John, King's Bench fine, de scandalis magnatum, 1546.

-, Lawrence, collector, Bridgwater port, 375, 717, 738, 1765, 1767.

-, Mris., inhabitant, Tangier, debt to, 843.

-, Nicho., riding surveyor on the coast about Lulworth, 429.

-, Robert, Comptroller, Southampton port, 15, 426, 730, 838, 1165.

-, Capt. William, 1800; Tangier debt, 846, 1001, 1002, 1083.

-, William, a Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 45, 313, 1208, 1218, 1288, 1520, 1801, 1899; Register of seizures in the Customs, 109, 146, 177, 287, 313, 333, 413, 1788; a Commissioner of Customs, 1681, 1689, 1716, 1756, 21378.

Cullin McRory (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cullington, John, sheriff of Bucks, 808.

Cullinure see Coolenure.

Culliton (Collaton or Colyton, co. Devon), 2005, 2006.

Cullock (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Cullockin (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Cullompton (co. Devon), 1543.

Cullumkeymore (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Cully McEndally (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cully McKislane (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Culmer versus Randall, Crown law case, 459.

-, Joane, creditor of E. Randall, 20723.

Culmore (Ireland), 1280, 1744.

Culpeper (and see Colepeper), Thomas, fine for assault in the Verge, 537.

Culverin and demi culverin, 912.

Culverwell, John, rebel in the West. 419.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 417.

Cumber, Mr., smith, Croydon, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1675.

Cumberland county, 51, 76, 276, 675, 832, 1857, 1862, 1892.

- -, alehouses in, 807.

- -, Excise, 776.

- -, Hearthmoney, 198.

- -, post fines, 90.

- -, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures see Christian, W.; Commissioners for ditto, 1805, 1982.

- -, Receiver of Assessments, 1696, see Basire, J.

Cumins (Cummins, and see Comin, Comings, Commins), John, see Child, John,

-, Mr., clerk to Mr. Belwood, Crown law payments, 1684, 2106.

Cundell, Richard, service in Tangier, 1197; soldiers' debt to him. 1360.

Cunningham (Coningham, Conningham, Conyngham), Sir Albert, pension, Ireland, 1942; Lieut.-Gov. of the Ordnance, Ireland, 1943.

-, Capt. Frederick, volunteer from Holland, 1789; Army payment, 2122.

-, James, Commissioner to enquire of concealments of Crown lands in Arkingarthdale, 1224. 1254.

Cunnyhall Marsh (Burnham, co. Essex), 2092.

Cunola see Corego.

Cuolagh (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Cupbearer see Chief Cupbearer; Coronation.

Cuper, alias Cupit Boydon, tenant, Kennington manor, 696.

Cuppa (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Curacoa (West Indies), 1694.

Curdo (or Curdt), William, concealed land, Speldhurst, 883.

Curkaw see Cuckaw.

Curl (Curle, Curll), Jane, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, John, of Bradford, Wilts, suspicious words, 202, 214.

-, -, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

Curland, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary from, see Ambassadors.

Curle, Curll, see Curl.

Curraduf ("Carraduff," Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Curragh of Kildare, 1867.

Curraghasney (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Curraghbeggy (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Curraghduffe ("Carraghduffe," Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552, 554.

- (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Curraghizler (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Curraghmoore (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Curraghry (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Curraghstown (Kells barony, co. Meath), 568.

Currance, John, loan on the Linen Duty, 2176.

Curreheene (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Curren, Edward, vicar of Carlton in Moorland, 2077.

Currency see Spanish Money, Coin, Ireland.

- money more plentiful now (than in 1672), 685.

-, raising the tariff of Colonial coins, 1307, 1340.

Curryon, Richard, of Breedon on the Hill, 2074.

Cursitor, Baron, see Exchequer Court.

Curson, Sir John, of Waterferry, Recusant, 455.

-, Mr., debt owing to R. Browne, 1157.

Curtana see Swords.

Curteis, John, fine for perjury, 1052-3, 1184.

Curtis (and see Curteis), Alexander, ship's purser, 175.

-, Ann, widow, royal bounty to, 1975.

-, August, deputy customer, Yarmouth, 1436.

-, Geo., probably erratum for Fry, G., 1212.

-, John, landwaiter, London, 1605.

-, -, collector of the Plantation duty, Accomack, Virginia, 1434.

-, Margaret, Tangier widow, 471.

-, Robert, sutler to the King's Troop of Horse Guards, 1212, 1347.

-, Stephen, concealed land, Maidstone, 886.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 418.

-, -, son of Ann, carpenter of the James galley, 1975.

-, William, rebel in the West, 417.

Curtius, Katherine, of Amsterdam, 294.

Curwen, Joseph, waiter, Whitehaven, 1914.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Whitehaven, 612.

Cusackstown (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 567.

Cusheon, Ensign, Tangier, 845.

Cust, Sir Richard, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Custis, Edward, of Bruges, 1322.

-, Col. John, of the Council, Virginia, 1691.

Custodiams (or Custodiam leases) (England), 8, 296, 315, 600, 604, 613, 719, 753, 777, 971, 998, 1213, 1244, 1279, 1323, 1408, 1461, 1612, 1777, 1802, 1810, 1819, 1847, 1851, 1870, 1923, 1983, 2040, 2115, 2142.

-, -, see Ireland (lands).

- (Ireland) see Ireland (Custodiams).

Customary estates, 1362.

CUSTOMS (England).

-, Accomptant General see Customs (Comptroller).

-, accounts see Customs (Receiver); fees to auditors on, 715, 21601; question of annual or quarterly accounts, 1102.

-, - of exports, 513.

-, additional duties and new duties granted to James II see Excise (additional), linen, tobacco, 250, 282, 383, 603, 685, 1162, 1375; auditing accounts of, 1680.

-, Agent and solicitor to, see Lloyd, J.

-, aliens Customs (as opposed to natives or English Customs), 168, 207, 213, 363, 373, 396, 435, 447, 470, 530, 705, 706, 7323, 1041, 1111, 1170, 1178, 1186, 1242, 1329, 1346, 1378, 1638, 1729, 2102, 2109; Carta mercatoria, 207, 312; Act of 25 Car. II, c. 6, for, 396.
-, duty, Comptroller General of, 388.
-, goods, 86.
-, privileges granted by Edw. III, 168.

-, arrears, 100, 471, 915.

-, bill for better collection of, 363, 382, 385, 387, 397, 404, 406, 1687.

-, bonds, 71, see Customs (Coast bonds).

-, Book of Rates, 123, 127, 305, 387, 576, 612, 739, 996; for the Isle of Man, 1615, see Man (Isle of).

-, books, 1013, and see Customs (Coast), Customs (officers); inspection of, 638.

-, brandy see Brandy; duty on, to be managed by the Excise, 242.

-, charges on, by Charles II, question of endurance of, under James II, 441.

-, coast and port bonds, return of, 25, 616, 708; certification into the Exchequer, 201; compounding the discharge of, in case of export under stress, 46.

-, coast and port books, 25, 708, 858.

-, cocquets, 46.

-, coinage duty see Mint.

-, colouring strangers' goods, 733.

-, Commissions and Commissioners.
-, (16845, Feb., Cheyne, Lord C., Butler, Sir N., Buckworth, Sir J., Werden, Sir J., Dickinson, W., Chudleigh, T.), 3, 6.
-, (16845, Mar., Cheyne, Lord C., North, Sir T., Werden, Sir J., Butler, Sir N., Buckworth, Sir J., Dickinson, W., Chudleigh, T.), 72, 129.
-, (1685, June, names as above, to be Commissioners for the new and additional duties and for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty), 228, 232, 237, 240, 242, 253.
-, (1686, June, Cheyne, Lord C., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Buckworth, Sir J., Dickinson, W., Chudleigh, T., Clark, S.), 782.
-, (1686, July, Cheyne, Lord C., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Butler, Sir N., Buckworth, Sir J., Dickinson, W., Chudleigh, T., Clark, S.), 801.
-, (16867, Feb., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Butler, Sir N., Buckworth, Sir J., Chudleigh, T.), 1201.
-, (1687, Dec., Butler, Sir N., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Chudleigh, T., Culliford, W.), 1681, 1689.
-, (16878, Feb., Butler, Sir N., Browne, H., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Culliford, W.), 1756.
-, (1688, Dec., North, Sir D., Werden, Sir J., Hamilton, Sir R., Dashwood, Sir S., Culliford, W.), 2137.

-, Commissioners passim; attending the Treasury, 439.

-, Compositions, 1158; effect of, 316, and see Customs (seizures).

-, Comptroller General of Accounts of, see Lytcott, G.; including the Plantation Duties and the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 106, 148, 284, 955; rules for his accounts, 1102.
-, of the new and additional duties see Crocker, E.
-, of petty Customs and pretermitted Customs see Breton, R.

-, debentures for half subsidy and drawback and wastage etc. and questions of payment, 4, 127, 239, 2150.

-, decrease in yield of, 607.

-, discount of 10 per cent. (as allowed in 1672) to be lowered to 6 per cent., 603, 662, 685.

-, duties, question of expiry of grant of, at the death of Charles II, 306, 3956, 445, 4467.
-, new and additional see Excise, linen, stuffs, tobacco and sugars.
-, by carta mercatoria see Customs (aliens).
-, see Blankets, Books, Calicoes, Coals, Fish, Ordnance Stores.
-, on fish see Fish.
-, on lead and tin, question of collection of, 1197.

-, exemptions and relaxations, 40.

-, Farmers of, 858.

-, fees, 200; to Pipe officers see Exchequer (Pipe); to Lord Treasurer see Hyde, L.

-, foreign correspondence, keeping of for the Customs service, 724.

-, Four and a Half per cent. duty see Four.

-, frauds (smuggling), 42, 28990, 383, 480, 511, 725, 818, 894, 960, 1180, 1230, 1396, 1410, 1420, 1473, 1475, 1569, 1606, 1640, 1778, 1838, 1868, 1893, 1996, 2000.
-, (by officers), 46, 164, 175, 200, 239, 3401, 437, 527, 761, 927, 962, 1098, 1158, 1463, 1555.
-, in declarations, 102, 2578.
-, in appraisements, 129, 634, 678, 685.
-, Act of Frauds (14 Car. II, c. 11), 102, 381, 447, 685, 2105; Bill for a new Act of Frauds see Customs (Bill).
-, in informations, 634, 678.
-, in writs of delivery, 634, 678.

-, grant of, determined by death of Charles II, 1029.

-, House keeper, 373; rent, 146, 171, 368, 1283, and see London (Custom House).

-, impost bills, 391, 432, 1078, 1305, 1879; clerk of, see Westwood, T., Robson, T.

- Inspector of prosecutions in Customs causes, 1179.

-, (Ireland), see Ireland (Customs).

-, loans on, 84, 923, 236, 321, 371, 515, 681, 8034, 923, 1708.

-, messenger of the Chamber attending the Customs see Langwith, J.

-, Minute Book of the Commissioners, 1013.

-, natives or English Customs see Customs (aliens).

-, new wool quay, 171.

-, northern ports, 596.

-, officers' appointments, rules for promotions, 52.
-, deputations, 159.
-, dismissed for unfavourably answering questions relating to the repeal of the Test Act, 2151.
-, Poll assessments on, 363, 678.
-, proposals concerning, 724.
-, question of their being in the Army, 242.
-, London port, 172; blank books for, payments to the King's Remembrancer's Office for, 105, 181, 728, 856, 8579, 1210, 1705; nature of the said books, 8578; patent officers, 146; renewing patents, 400, 721, 891, 1397; quarterly salary bill, 9, 14, 27, 43, 58, 129, 134, 146, 150, 282, 285, 297, 328, 413, 432, 445, 456, 540, 547, 581, 690, 699, 867, 870, 875, 986, 990, 1007, 1018, 1197, 1199, 1219, 1310 1436, 1452, 1539, 1548, 1701, 1715, 1836, 1845, 1861, 1968, 1992, 2093, 2094, 2132, 2139, 2152, 2153, 2162; winter service allowance, 403.
-, outports, accounts, preparation of, 148; blank books, payments to the King's Remembrancer's Office for, 105, 181, 728, 8579, 1705; nature of the said books, 8578; examining same, 686; collectors' accounts, rules for, 9556, 1070; Customers' fees to the King's Remembrancer's Office for preparation of accounts, 105, 1210; Customers' fees to the Ushers of the Exchequer Court, 410; quarterly salary bill, 9, 113, 266, 367, 529, 690, 946, 1117, 1310, 1436, 1539, 1701, 1715, 1836, 1968, 2093, 2152.

-, One per cent. Duty or Mediterranean duty on exports or imports from the Straits beyond Malaga in ships of less than two decks etc. (as by the Act of Frauds, 14 Car. II, c. 11), 2135, 2147, 2167.

-, patent officers, 18; renewal of their patents, 45, 400, 721, 891, 1397; allowances to their deputies, 50.

-, payments out of the Customs (either direct on orders and tallies or by letters of disposition or by payments into the Exchequer), 10, 14, 27, 58, 81, 967, 103, 110, 114, 134, 14950, 160, 1667, 1801, 187, 193, 1945, 2045, 2234, 234, 238, 2401, 248, 256, 259, 264, 265, 2734, 2812, 293, 297, 304, 306, 311, 313, 31920, 328, 329, 332, 334, 3389, 339, 344, 351, 353, 354, 360, 361, 3634, 367, 372, 3778, 384, 391, 3934, 4012, 40910, 4312, 434, 445, 456, 4756, 478, 479, 484, 489, 490, 493, 497, 505, 511, 514, 519, 521, 5223, 524, 5334, 535, 540, 541, 542, 545, 5467, 581, 599, 6067, 614, 628, 635, 639, 656, 661, 6689, 671, 676, 684, 685, 687, 688, 699, 703, 704, 712, 713 4, 719, 720, 721, 723, 724, 725, 737, 746, 754, 760, 7689, 771, 775, 7867, 796, 799, 802, 805, 829, 8301, 8478, 856, 864, 865, 870, 8745, 88990, 892, 8945, 899, 904, 911, 914, 924, 939, 947, 968, 975, 978, 979, 989, 1004, 1007, 1011, 1014, 1018, 1031, 1038, 1049, 1069, 1075, 1078, 1092, 1100, 1105, 1118, 11356, 1144, 1152, 1165, 1167, 1173, 1185, 1198, 1218, 1234, 1243, 1247, 1263, 1266, 12745, 12845, 1301, 1315, 1328, 1338, 1341, 1353, 1357, 1364, 1372, 1382, 1395, 1406, 1415, 1430, 1444, 1451, 1471, 1482, 1493, 1497, 1502, 1503, 15056, 1527, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539, 1541, 1548, 1561, 1567, 1570, 1579, 1585, 1589, 1592, 1598, 1614, 1633, 1646, 1659, 1679, 1690, 1698, 1702, 1714, 1727, 1734, 1750, 1758, 1767, 1785, 1795, 1796, 1813, 1824, 1833, 1843, 1845, 1861, 1870, 1871, 1877, 1879, 1883, 1897, 1908, 1911, 1924, 1930, 1939, 1951, 1968, 1979, 1991, 2007, 2014, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2029, 2032, 2041, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2068, 2080, 2094, 2098, 2103, 2110, 2114, 2117, 2123, 2131, 2134, 2136, 2168.
-, method of charging Customs payments in the Exchequer, 10.

-, pensions on, 11, 284, 1028, 1072, 1109.

-, petitions, method of reports on, 45.

-, Petty Customs, Comptroller of, see Breton, R.

-, petty farms, 355, see Alum, Coach horses, Coal, Lampernes, Logwood, Salt, Smalts, Wood.
-, suspension of, 634.

-, Plantation duties included in the Customs accounts, 92.

-, port books and bonds, custody of, 333, 351, and see Customs (coast books).

-, pretermitted Customs, Comptroller of, see Breton, R.

-, prohibited goods, lace, 98, 352, 436, 680, 686, 764, 916, 927, 961, 970, 1169, 1293, 1413, 1544; hams, 183; swords, arms etc., 316, 322, and see Bacon, Buttons, Cloth, Earthenware, Fish, Gloves, Gunpowder, Hams, Hats, Iron wire, Ribbons; prohibition of exports, 1293, and see Wool, Customs (seizures).

-, rebates see East India Company.

-, Receiver General and Cashier (see Kent, R.), 2845, 1223; accounts, 31, 100, 147, 216, 285, 858, 1375; nature of his accounts and allowance for, 1162.

-, Register of seizures, office of, 177, 966, 967, and see Culliford, W., Earle, J.

-, Register of shipping, 857.

-, revenue, account of, see Customs (yield).

-, Secretary to, 955, and see Sanson, J., Bertie, R.

-, seizures, book of, 967, 991; individual cases of, 42, 48, 197, and see Lace, Gloves, Navigation (Act seizures); issues out of moneys of seizures, 285, 293, 335, 348, 432, 1228; regulations as to seizures, informations and compositions, 891, 959, 9667, 1394; extraordinary commissions to seizors, 139; commissions to Hearthmoney officers for seizures, 980, 1097; seizures of brandies and imported liquors, question of administration of by Customs or Excise, 1210.

-, setting out ports, 443, 859.

-, smacks, 199, 349, 353, 354, 376, 382, 392, and see Harwich, Margate.

-, Solicitor to, see Lloyd, J.; clerk to, see Plumb, W.

-, Surveyor General of, see Osborne, C.; office of, 638, 1272.

-, surveys, 45, 289, 634, and see Customs (northern ports and western ports).

-, tallies, total of, joined in the Receipt, 324, 372, 1570.

-, tare allowance, petition concerning, 197.

-, Tunnage and Poundage Act or Subsidy of, question of confirmation of, at the accession of James II, 315, 357, 387, 3956, 445, 544, 587, 603, 732, 1036, 1197.

-, warrants, 858.

-, wastage, allowance for, 2150.

-, weekly certificate of the Receiver's cash etc., 136, 140, 210, 284, 294, 349, 364, 545, 895, 1141, 1389, 1540, 1681, 2019, 2043, 2141.

-, Western ports, 42; surveys of, 45, 289, 596.

-, whale oil and fins, duty on, 207.

-, wharves, St. Katherine's, 183.

-, wool, frauds in exports of, see Wool.

-, wrecks, duty on salvage of, 530, 544, 545.

-, yield or product of revenue of, accounts of, 535, 694, 877, 1166, 1718, 2151.

Custos, Mr., landwaiter, London, 1599.

Cuthbert, Michael, boatman, Torrington Steep, 2035.

-, Robert (Rupert), farm of the porterage, Tangier, 324, 331, 574, 623, 843 bis, 888, 923, 9801.

Cuthberter (Cutberd), James, shipmaster, 1529.

Cutler, Alice, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Robert, Commissioner to enquire of concealed lands at Knighton etc., 1683.

-, Tho., discovery of concealed lands, co. Radnor, 1643, 1733.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, -, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Cutlett, Michael, perjury, 1770.

Cutliff, John, deputy vice-admiral, 471.

Cuts see Prints.

Cuttance, Richard, Customs officer, St. Mawes, 976.

Cutts, Dorothy, widow, petition, 1929.

-, Edward, groom employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642, 1929.

Cwmdauddwr ("Cwmtoyddwr") (co. Radnor), 1699, 1832.

Cwmyoy (co. Monmouth), 1022.