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Eades see Eedes.

Eagle, Gilbert, one of the King's Equerries, house in the Mews, 1882-3, 2010.

Eagle Vicarage (co. Lincoln), 2077.

Eagle (coin) see Crown.

Eaglesfield, Mr. stationer, Fleet Street, London, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1674.

Eagleston, Tho., tidesman, London port, 136.

Eales (Eeles, Eles), Bernard, loan on the linen duty, 727.

-, Francis, messenger of the Chamber, Poll arrear, 1391.

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

-, Joseph, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

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

Earl Marshal of England see Howard, H.

Earle, Ann, of St. Clement, Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, John, Register of seizures, 313, 333, 413, 414, 1266.

-, Mathew, boatman, Shoreham, 1278.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Thomas, Commissioner to enquire of rebels' estates in co. Dorset, 546.

Earley, Stephen, tenant, Ellingham, co. Southants, 1443.

Earlisman see Erlisman.

Earlstown (and see Errelstown) (Shillelogher or Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Eartham (co. Sussex), 888.

Earthenware, farm of, see Wood farm.

- trade, potmakers, tiles, etc., prohibition of import of painted earthenware, 598, 799; import of tiles from Holland, 708, 758, 1387, 1599.

Easington (co. Yorks), 1215, 1977.

Easingwold (co. Yorks), 1826.

Eason, John, of Beds, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford etc., 1982.

East, John, jury of goldsmiths, Mint indenture, 2127.

-,-, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

-, Lucy, of Wappenbury, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1122, 1123.

-, Thomas, engraver of seals, 831, 953, 1199, 1354, 1363, 1593, 1726, 1797, 1841, 1962-3, 2016, 2017, 2018.

-, Vinca, widow of Hardwick, Recusant, 455.

-, William, Clerk of Estreats in the Common Pleas, 920, 1062, 1195, 1196, 1758.

-, -, of the Middle Temple, steward of Great Staughton, 233, 516, 1332, 15756, 1755, 1832, 1892, 2029.

-, -, searcher of Ipswich port, 2126, 2133, 2134, 2155, 2159.

-,-, of Somerton, Recusant, 455.

East see Farrenquirk.

East Bere Forest see New Forest (South Bere).

Eastbourne ("Bourne") (co. Sussex), 64, 691, 729, 904, 976, 2008.

Eastbrook, Henry, rebel in the West, 418.

East Chalk (co. Kent), 884.

Eastchurch, William, tenement, Exeter Castle Close, 1798.

Eastchurch (Isle of Sheppey), 887; land called the Millfield, 887.

East Corbally see Corbally.

Eastcott (co. Devon), 1804.

Easter Tenement (Carnedon Prior), 144-5.

Easthampstead Walk see Windsor Forest.

East Hendred (Hundred, co. Berks), 57, 1020.

East India Company, 76; Northland East India Company see Northland.
-, bonds, 141, 364, 387, 1106, 1156.
-, charter, confirmation of, 468.
-, coining foreign moneys, 468.
-, Customs on their imports, 2, 5, 6, 25, 26, 314, 322, 357, 1587; rebates on their paying down their Customs, 600, 603, 685; allowance of six months and six months (or three and three and three and three months) on their paying Customs by their charter, 25, 471, 588, 600, 603.
-, exporting guns for forts and ships in India, 73, 83; exporting goods to East Indies, 1097, 1137, 1417.
-, Fort St. George, Bombay, 73.
-, forts and factories, 83.
-, Governors, 900.
-, importing red Saunders wood, 1625.
-, interlopers, 9001, 977, 1625, 1632, 1726.
-, King's dividend, 478, 895, 995, 1962, 2082.
-, King's share of ships forfeited to, 1726.
-, linen see Linen.
-, neglecting the slave and ivory trade, 977.
-, Northland East India Company, 643.
-, petition, 36, 518, 545.
-, present to the King, 410, 478, 895, 1032, 1100.
-, President at Surat see Child, Sir J.
-, privileges of, question of their cessation at the death of Charles II, 471.
-, proclamation upholding their chartered rights, 9001.
-, proposal, 530.
-, servants, 481, 1294.
-, ships, 2, 6, 26, 73, 1137; names of, 25.
-, trade, ships for, 1190; trade with Persia, 2009.
-, wool exports question, 679.

East India linen see Linen.

East Indies, 681, 1097, 1137, 1450.
-, goods from, 1417, 1450.
-, ships from, other than the East India Company's ships, 950.

Eastland [Baltic] Company, 76, 680;

Eastland merchants, 1329; East Country trade, 1261; Eastland goods, 17001.

Eastman, George, tidesman, London, son-in-law of Capt. R. Courser, 127, 2008.

Eastment, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Eastmoor (co. Lincoln), 1851.

Easton, Richard, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419.

Easton (co. Suffolk), 434.

East Stockwith (co, Lincoln), 1379.

East Walk and Lodge see New Forest (Bere).

Eastwoodland (co. Somerset), 2005.

Eathorpe (co. Warwick), 1122-3.

Eaton (and see Eyton), Jos., Customs frauds composition, 1158.

-, William, of Dover, fraudulent transport of wool, 605, 625, 1840, 2035.

Eaton (co. Notts), 1979.

- Deanery (co. Beds), 2074.

- Vicarage (co. Leicester), 2075.

Eaves, Ambrose, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Ebberston Vicarage, co. Yorks, 1977.

Ebden (Ebdon), Geo., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Mathew, tidesman, Lynn, 426.

Eborall (Ebrall), Agnes, of Rowington, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1127.

-, Ann, daughter of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, of Wappenbury, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1123.

-, Mary, daughter of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Sabrina, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1122, 1123.

-, William, and his wife, of Wappenbury, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1122, 1123.

-, -, of Rowington, co. Warwick, Recusant, 1127.

-,-, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Eburne, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

"Ecce Homo," picture, 993.

Eccles (and see Eules), John, gunner, Tangier, 847.

Ecclesiastical Commission, Chamber Keeper, 1230.

- -, Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Causes, 1274.

- -, degradations by, 1684.

- -, establishment for, 1230.

- -, issues for (see Bridgman, W.), 1274, 1452, 1457, 1715.

- -, King's advocate, 1230.

- -, Proctor, 1230.

- -, Register, 1230, see Bridgman, W.

- -, seal for, 1363.

- Courts, 1225; excommunications in, 594.

Edberry, Benjamin, waiter, Sidlesham, 765.

-, Joseph, waiter, Sidlesham, 765.

Eddolph see Edolfe.

Eddowes, John, Receiver for the House of Lords of the Subsidy (of 22 Car. II), 1044.

Eden, Mr., of Stockton, landwaiter, Bridlington, 341.

-, Robert, information against T. Moore, 232.

-, Thomas, Deputy King's Remembrancer, 204, 330, 351, 451, 858, 1090, 1443, 1476, 1498, 1508, 1934, 1964, 1966, 2087.

-, Tobias, petition for place of clerk of port books and port bonds in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 330.

Edes see Eedes.

Edesforth, Ann, widow, Recusant, co. Berks, 637.

Edgar, Christopher, tidesman, Exeter, 1476.

-, John, tidesman, Shields, 1290.

-, Miles, searcher, Chichester, 29, 503; ditto, Rye, 729, 991, 1163.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 419.

Edgcombe, Pears, son of Sir Richard, 209.

-, Percy, lease, Calstock Weir, 209.

-, Richard, son of Sir Richard, 209.

-, Sir Richard, lease, Calstock Weir, 99, 209-10.

-, Winifred, daughter of Percy and wife of T. Coventry, 209.

Edge, Edmund, boatman, Tarrington Steep, 1793.

Edghill, Mr., Crown law payment, 1068.

Edghills see Dean Forest.

Edinburgh (Scotland), 1515.

Edington (co. Somerset), 1973, 2004.

- (co. Wilts), 546.

Edmes, Richard, concealed lands, Dover, 887.

Edmonds, Humphrey, rebel in the West, 421.

-, James, rebel in the West, 420.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Portsmouth, 200.

Edmonton manor (co. Midd.), 1945, 1961.

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

Edolphe (Eddolph), Barbara, lease, Kent, 708, 748.

-, Cicely, wife of Robert, 748.

-, Robert, discovery of concealed lands, 748.

-, Simon, lands, Askham, Kent. 1057-8.

-, Thomas, lands, Dover, 884.

Edward VI see King.

Edward VI's Hospital see Hospital.

Edwards, Edward, Recusant, co. Wilts. 634.

-,-, tidesman, London, 1289; waiter, Blackwall, 1278.

-, -, surveyor for brandies in the Western ports, 596.

-, Eubulus, outlaw, co. Montgomery, 296.

-, Sir James, Alderman of London, 120; loan on the linen duty, 2177.

-, John, Recusant, co. Cambridge, 1922.

-,-, comber, Axminster, rebel in the West, 415, 2004, 2005.

-,-, yeoman, Trull, rebel in the West, 419, 2005.

-,-, deputy searcher, Harwich, 917.

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-,-, of Faversham, Customs frauds, 1778, 1814, 1820, 1857.

-, Martha, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Mary, wife of Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Richard, soldier, against the rebels in the West, 288.

-, -, co. Carnarvon, 1881.

-, -, Customs boat, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 1278.

-, Robert, of St. Martins in the Fields, surety recognizance, 1021.

-, Samuel, shipmaster, 338.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Bristol, 519.

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

-, - (alias Payne), trooper in Capt. Coy's Company, Tangier, 1578, 1639, 1655, 1716; clerk to the Church at Tangier, 1736.

-, Thomas, petition for place, 1821.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418.

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

-, -, suit of debt against Sir R. Vyner, 1748, 2028, 2031.

Eedes (Eades, Edes), Dr., Crown law payment, 1068.

-, Francis, gamekeeper in ordinary to the King, 1831, 1873, 1910.

-, Isaac, groom employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, Richard (father of Francis), gamekeeper in ordinary to the King, 1873, 1910.
-, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 308, 379, 457; Poll arrear, 1043, 1390.

-, William, rebel in the West, 423.

Eeles see Eales.

Effingham, Lord Howard of, see Howard, F.

Egerton, John, 4th Earl of Bridgwater, Commissioner for the arrears of the subsidy, 1044.

-, Richard, riding surveyor for the Post Office, 1971.

-, Robert, of Windle, co. Lancs, gent., surety recognisance, 1022.

Eggerton, Mr., King's coachman, 1119.

Egham (co. Surrey), 1614.

Eglin, Thomas, rebel in the West, 423.

Egremont (co. Cumberland), 51.

Eight, pieces of, see Dollars.

Ejected ministers, 486.

Ekins (Ekines), Thomas, merchant, Scilly Isles, 753.

Elderton, Mr., prisoner for debt, co. Wilts, 1915.

Eldon (co. Durham), 248.

Eldred, John, tenant of concealed lands, London and Woking, 885, 886, 887.

Elections see Parliament.

Elephants' teeth see Ivory.

Eles see Eales.

Eley, Capt. Brent, Tangier, debt to, 844.

Elfey, William, teamer to the king's dock, Chatham, 1821.

Elford (Ellford), James, rebel in the West, 421, 422.

-, Thomas, weighing porter, London, 1555.

Elgar, Jane, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

Elgin, Earl of, see Bruce, R.

Elham (co. Kent), 698.

Eliogarty barony (co. Tipperary), 549, 552, 557, 558, 560, 561.

Elkington, North and South, Vicarage (co. Lincoln), 2078.

Elland, Lady, goods for, 450.

Ellastone (co. Staff.), 1021.

Ellerker ("Ellick") (co. Yorks), 1452.

Ellesdon, Ann, pension, 283-4, 389, 425, 453, 463, 1254, 1257.

-, Anthony, pension, 283-4, 389, 425, 453, 463, 1254, 1256; concealed land, Surrey, 482.

-, Charles, pension, 283-4, 389, 425, 453, 463, 1254, 1256.

-, Joan, pension, 284, 389, 425, 453, 463, 1254, 1256.

-, John, searcher, Lyme, 731; landwaiter, Weymouth, 1194, 1224, 1250; collector's place, Lyme, 2156, 2162.

-, Mary, pension, 283-4, 389, 425, 453, 463, 1254, 1257.

-, William, sen., pension, 283-4, 390, 463.

Ellesmere (co. Salop), 2134.

Elletson, Roger, attorney at law, Jamaica, King's Attorney General, ibid. 53-6.

Elliff, Simon, tenant, Bermondsey, 879.

Elligood, Richard, Recusant, co. Suffolk, 630.

Ellingham (co. Southampton), 414, 1443, 1508; lands in, as follows, viz. Moyles Court, Chetley, Newland, Stoney Breach, Gwenclose, Broome Close, Barley Field, Lovetts, Chapel Field, Oldhouse, New Closes, Bulsford, Broad Closes, Ellingham Meadow, Blachford Meadows, Rockford and Rockford Common, 1509-10; lands called Heywood Farm, 1387; Highwood, 1443; Dickens End, 1443; Le Hurst, 1443.

Ellington (co. Huntingdon), 1922, 2076.

Elliott (Elyott), Alice, loan on the linen duty, 2183.

-, Cornelius, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Edmund, loans on linen, 2176.

-, Grey, Commissioner to enquire of lands, co. Radnor, 1683.

-, Henry, clipper of coin, 35, 508.

-, Humphry, discovery of lands, co. Gloucester, 1780.

-, John, custodiam lease, co. Cornwall, 613.

-,-, Nonconformity fine, 1959.

-, Lionel, loans on linen, 2176.

-, Mris. Katherine, pension, 694, 898, 900, 1100, 1457, 1482, 1715, 1717, 1968, 1980.

-, Mary, daughter of Thomas, 113.

-, Mathew, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Mr., victualler, Tooting, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1675.

-, Ensign Roger, Tangier, debt to, 844.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Bedchamber, loan on linen, 2176.

-, Tristram, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Ursula, widow, pension, 141, 193, 280, 282, 390, 395, 525, 535, 671, 694, 698, 815, 835, 937, 1143, 1144, 1338, 1340, 1472, 1554, 1567.

Ellis, Andrew, lease to the King of ground from St. James's to Charing Cross, 197, 269, 640.

- (alias Cossens), Andrew, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Aver., passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Frances, widow of Andrew, 197, 258, 269, 640.

-, Francis, son of Thomas, 1413.

-, James, second clerk to the Warden of the Mint, 1038.

-, John, Secretary to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 1208, 1288, 1636, 1689, 2019, 2064.
-, custodiam lease for the Crown, Ireland, 1520.

-, Dr. John, pension to, as chanter of St. David's, 1654.

-, John, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

-, Joseph, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1379, 1616, 1849.

-, Leo[nard], Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Philip, goods to, for the Queen, 1229.

-, Rebecca, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

-, Richard, merchant in the Exchequer, surety for J. Erwin, 806, 1547.

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

-, Thomas, King's waiter, London port, 1413.

-, -, rebel in the West, 424.

-, -, and his wife, Quakers, co. Suffolk, 630.

-, William, freeholder, Swineshead, co, Lincoln, 13201, 1567.

-, Sir William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts, 1806.

Ellotson, John, tidesman, Whitehaven, 147.

Elmes, Bartholomew, of Northampton, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick, etc., 1982.

-, John, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Thomas, waterman [? London port], 349.

-, -, of Northampton, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Warwick etc., 1982.

Elmore (Tiverton, co. Devon), 1543.

Elringe, Mary, tenant, London, 1965.

Elrington, Anne, youngest daughter of the Earl of Macclesfield, 1677.

-, William, husband of Anne, 1677.

Elsam, Robert, curate of Firsby, 1775.

Elsinore (Denmark), 3667, 466, 1494.

Elstow (co. Beds), 1982.

Eltham (co. Kent), Post Office receiver at, 1672.

Elton, Andrew, debt to L. Santen, New York, 17067.

-, Robert, bond with T. Row, 1131.

Elton (co. Huntingdon), 1922.

Elways, John, Poll arrears, 1391.

Elwood, Sizera, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Elworthy, Sam., rebel in the West, 421.

Ely, Capt. [? Samuel], Tangier, 1163.

-, Daniel, landwaiter, Plymouth, 952.

-, Capt. Samuel, Commissioner for perambulating East Bere Forest, 1632, 1892, 1909, 1962.

Ely, Isle of, 172, 175, 1348, 1805.

-, -, Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' forfeitures, 2028.

-, town, 1676, 1677.

-, Dean and Chapter, 201; Prior of, 248, 434; farmers of the Liberty of St. Etheldred, Suffolk, and their rights to felons' goods there, 201, 248, 434.

Emanuel College see Cambridge.

Embargo, 2160.

Emberly, Froud, shipmaster, 1047.

Embree, Joseph, taker of officers securities in the Customs, 1179.

Emden (Germany), 1159.

Emersham, John, tenant of waste lands, Essex, 2089.

Emerson, Jane, Tangier widow, 408.

Emery, Esdras, petition for Customs place, 1759.

Emes, David, boatman, Minehead, 691.

Emly, Micha., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Emmett (Emmitt, Emmatt, Emmott), Maurice (Morris), bricklayer to the Works, Chelsea Hospital, 1446, 1847, 1938.

-, Mr., Crown law payment, 1046, 1189, 1683, 1684.

-, Stephen, bricklayer, work at Whitehall, 581.

-, William, carver, Chelsea Hospital, 1847.

Emmington (co. Oxford), 2002.

Emms, Francis, Tangier inhabitant, debt to, 843, 920, 1105, 1182, 1437.

-, Fulk, King's waiter, London port, 666, 734, 1958.

Emos, Richard, of Barford, postmaster, 1677.

-, William, of Rumford, postmaster, 1677.

Emperor and Empress see Germany.

Emps, Lionel, Poll arrear, 1276.

Emroe, Mr., wool frauds, Canterbury, 1789.

Enagh, Uppe and Lower (Dunluce barony, co. Antrim), 1519.

Enagherine see Eneverne.

Encampment on Hounslow Heath see Army (encampment).

Enclosures, 168, see Crown lands, Discoveries.

Encroachments, 168, 204, 436, 712, 1177, 1912, see Crown lands, Discoveries.

Endellion (co. Cornwall), 637.

Eneverne, alias Enagherine (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Enfield Chase (co. Midd.), chief ranger, 72; King's game in, 72; Receiver of fines in, 72.

Engagentes (ladies' dress), 2114.

Engine for cutting tobacco, 1718.

-, for dredging, 762.

-, for weaving wire, 602, 670.

-, fire engine, 412.

-, for pewterers, see Pewterers.

-, see Patents.

Engineer, chief engineer, see Beckman, M., Loupe, T.; second engineer see Philips, T.

England, Allen, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Benjamin, mariner, ship's naturalization, 2066, 2105.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, proposal for victualling Chelsea Hospital, 1908.

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

-, Philip, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 416, 418.

-, William, rebel in the West, 421.

English(and see Inglish), Jasper, underhousekeeper, Hampton Court, 1553.

-, Mr. (? Jasper), deputy to Mr. Rustat, 2132.

-, Thom., sen., Roman Catholic, 481, 808.

-, Thom., jun., Roman Catholic, 481.

English bill in the Exchequer Court, 1806.

-, captives in Barbary see Redemption.

-, fishermen see Fish.

-, language to be used in the Stables accounts in place of Latin, 583.

-, natives' rights, 521, see Customs (aliens), Denizations, Naturalizations.

-, points, manufactory of, 2068, and see Lace.

-, ships see Naturalization.

Englishcombe (co. Somerset), 852, 1481.

-, Farm, Englishcombe, 1755.

Ennis, Jane, widow of Lieut. Robert, 88, 123.

-, Lieut. Robert, aide major to the Scotch Regiment at Tangier, 88.

-, Thomas, collector, Penryn, 1360.

Ennis (co. Clare), 1954.

Enniscorthy (co. Wexford), 1953.

Enston, Edward, tidesman, London port, 136.

Entre, writs of, see Alienations.

Epping Forest (co. Essex), 1410, 1420.

Epsom (co. Surrey), 1349.

Epworth (co. Lincoln), 926, 1414.

Equerries see Royal Stables.

Equity see Exchequer Court of Equity.

Erchfont see Archfont.

Erith (Thames, co. Kent), 2035.

Erlisman (Earlisman), Elizabeth, wife of John, 580.

-, John, Comptroller, Tangier, 331, 1769; Consul at Algiers, 141, 175, 236, 243, 279, 332, 580, 964, 1223.

Ernle (Ernley), Sir John, loans to the Exchequer, 1248, 1386, 2183; grant in trust of the Duchy of Lancaster lands, 863; Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer and a Treasury Lord, 3, 8, 10, 128, 155, 210, 252, 315, 485, 490, 497, 544, 604, 613, 739, 753, 770, 777, 790, 983, 1012, 1103, 1141, 1157, 1215, 1231, 1248, 1263, 1288, 1343, 1386, 1490, 1549, 1605, 1631, 1784, 1936, 2038, 2155, 2159.

-, Sir John, jun., deceased, Conservator and Supervisor of Dean Forest, 1265.

Errelstown [?Earlstown] (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Errington, Edward, poor Knight's place, Windsor, 1710.

-, Francis, Deputy Comptroller, Sunderland port, 1949.

-, Ralph, Army pension, 702, 1470-1, 1710.

Erskine, Thomas, Visct. Fentoun (Earl of Kellie), concealed lands, co. Kent, 887.

Ervin, John, rebel in the West, 421.

Erwin, John, proposed treasurer for the Pedlars and Petty Chapmen duty, 806; accounts of the people employed by him in the country, 999.

Erwood, Gabriell, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Escheated or attainted or forfeited estates, 322, 496, 855, 17134.
-, for felony, 469.
-, for murder, 29, 145, 209, 246, 451, 458.
-, for suicide, 109, 146, 201, 286, 952, 13801, 1508.
-, for treason see Treason.

Esker (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Esmonde, Sir Lawrence, quit rents, Ireland, 12089.

Esopus (New York), 1707.

Essex, Earl of, see Capel, A.

Essex County, 47, 108, 186, 276, 468, 494, 580, 597, 598, 602, 637, 657, 675, 685, 739, 795, 821, 841, 851, 854, 897, 977, 1006, 1009, 1016, 1066, 1184, 1204, 1318, 1331, 1358, 1377, 1569, 1613, 1629, 1648, 1668, 1695, 1850, 1866, 1868, 1950, 1976, 1981, 2062, 2167.

-, -, Assizes, 1205.

-, -, derelict lands in, 2058, 208793.

-, -, Excise, 276.

-, -, Post fines, 90.

-, -, Quakers in, 632.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments see Norrington, W.

-, -, Receiver of Recusants' Forfeitures, 632, 1695, 18034, see Pemberton, R.

-, -, sheriffs, 1184, 1461, 1652.

-, -, waste lands in, 1944, 208793.

Establishments and estimates (departmental) see Army, Navy, Ordnance, Tangier, Cinque Ports, Chamber, Robes, Wardrobe, Works, Royal Household, Chapel Royal, King's falconers, King's musicians, King's servants, Trade and Plantation Committee, Wales (Marches).

Estampes see Prints.

Estampes see D'Estampes.

Estate, chair of, 983.

Este, Prince Reginald Cardinal d', promotion of, 1356; Protector of King James's affairs at Rome, 1872, 1881, 1883, 1891, 1983, 1992.

Esterby, Charles, boatman, Sunderland, 936.

Estimates see Establishments.

Estovers, 808.

Estoll, Nicholas, pension, 306, 390, 434, 786, 794, 903, 906, 1063, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1494, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1788, 1881, 1991, 1999.

Estreats, clerk of, see Exchequer Court.

Estridge, Richard, shipmaster, 322.

Etheridge, Henry, tenant, Ellingham, co. Southants, 1443.

-, Sir George, employed in Germany, 63, 71, 133, 8767, 895, 987, 1218, 1221, 1395, 1409, 1571, 1574, 1603, 1834, 1837, 1898, 1905, 1951, 1956, 2052; Minister to Ratisbon, 877.

Etherington, Samuel, teller of tin farthings, 1623.

Etkins, George, King's Bench fine, 1842, 1878, 1899, 1916.

Eton (co. Bucks), 1983; manor, 327.

-, College, perpetuity to, 1339, 1340, 1472, 1598, 1610, 1936, 1940; Poll arrear, 678.

Ettrick, Antho., interest in Kingswood Chace, 962.

-, Walter, collector, Sunderland port, 1500.

-, William, collector, Sunderland port, 1500.

Eules [? Eccles], Edw., Tangier inhabitant, debt to, 843.

Europe, 892, 995, 1639, 1655, 1995; question whether the Canaries are in Europe or Africa, 9568.

Eust see Ewst.

Eustace, Maurice, of Portlester, co. Meath, lands, Ireland, 1279.

-, Sir Maurice, lands, Dublin, 1949.

Eustick, Richard, collector, Penzance, 2115, 2133.

Euston, Earl of, see Fitz Roy, H.

Eustone, Edward, tidesman, London, 682.

Eva, John, landwaiter, Penryn, 533, 588, 2008.

Evan (co. Fernanagh), 1954.

Evan, Owen, clerk, co. Cardigan, 1429.

Evans, David, steward of Swansea, 443.

-, Erasmus, tidesurveyor, London, 40, 1055, 1154.

-, George, surveyor of the meltings at the Mint, 579, 1386.

-, -, of Southwark, surety of B. Lloyd, 2165.

-, Henry, messenger of the Chamber, 234, 1590, 2107.

-, Hugh, of Carnarvon, Dissenter, 1882.

-, James, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, John, yeoman, Wilton, rebel in the West, 418, 2004.

-, John, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

-, -, of Kilsane, co. Carmarthen, surety of B. Lloyd, 2165.

-, -, of Treventy, co. Carmarthen, surety of B. Lloyd, 2165.

-, -, weigher, Newcastle, 588.

-, Jonathan, debt to L. Santon, New York, 1706.

-, Lawrence, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, Lewis, vicar of Iver, co. Bucks, 1802.

-, Mr., undersearcher, London, 142.

-, Mr., Gentleman Harbinger, 649.

-, Mr., engine for cutting tobacco, 17189.

-, Mr., 651.

-, Peter, of London, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester, 1805.

-, Philip, waiter, Wrickle port, 1914.

-, Richard, Dr. of physic, Cotleigh, co. Devon, rebel in the West, 420, 2004.

-, -, searcher, Milford port, 47, 162, 443, 1494, 1530.

-, -, searcher, Gravesend, 136.

-, Thomas, shipmaster, 777, 857.

-, Capt. Thomas, lands, Ireland, 561, 562.

-, Walter, sheriff of Monmouth, 494, 990.

-, see Jones.

Evatt, Edward, tidesurveyor, London, 857.

Evely, Bridgett, Nonconformist, 1108.

Evelyn, John, a Commissioner for the Privy Seal, 697, 714, 812, 924, 1221, 1357; executor of Sir R. Brown. 1404-5; Turner's petition, 1732.

-, -, senr., loan on the linen duty, 2183, 2185.

-, -, [a tradesman], patent to inspect gold and silver thread, 2000.

-, Mary, wife of John, 14045.

Everard, Anthony, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Edmund, barrister at law, 1918; Col. J. Scall's estate in New Jersey, 1611.

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

-, Mary, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mr., petition, 2045.

-, Mr., payment to, by B. Skelton in Holland [? for intelligence], 987, 1491.

-, Richard (son of Mary), Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Sam., Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

Everards, Capt. Rymond, Envoy from the Prince of Furstenberg, 1838.

Everest, Ezechiel, services to the King in Holland, 695.

Everitt (Everett, Everatt, Everott), Abigail, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Deb[orah], Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, John, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, Jonathan, bribing Customs officers, 927.

-, Thomas, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

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

Evernden, Anthony, surveyor of the landcarriagemen, London, 1838, 1914, 1940.

Everton (co. Notts), manor, 1156.

Every, James, cheesemonger, Honiton, rebel in the West, 418, 2006.

-, John, Receiver of Recusants' Forfeitures, Cheshire and North Wales, 261, 809; Poll arrear, 1391.

-, -, Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Dowager, 404.

-, William, Customer's place, Hull port, 2153.

Eves, Edward, rebel in the West, 418.

Ewers, James, tenant of waste lands, co. Essex, 2090.

Ewrie, Mr., bailiff, of Spalding, 438.

Ewse, Capt. John, lands, Ireland, 556.

Ewst (Eust), Robert, of Bray, wastes in Braywood, 192, 201.

Exchange, bills of, 1187, 1358, see Duncombe, C., Navy, Tangier; postponement of and consequent loss of credit to the King, 251; drawn by Ambassadors, 335, 364.

-, Office of, see Taxes (Agents).

-, rate of, dollars in Morocco, 211; from Ireland to England and loss by remittances from Ireland, 2, 573, 1841; from Scotland to London, 2115.

EXCHEQUER RECEIPT.
-, annuities payable out of, 51.
-, Auditor of (see Howard, Sir R.), 220, 979; cashing orders or debentures of, 968; signing imprest rolls, 44, 74; weekly certificates of, see Exchequer (Receipt weekly).
-, Chamberlains of, 220, see Steward, Sir N., Hildeyard, P.
-, Chancellor and Under Treasurer of (see Ernle, Sir J.), 188, 194, 196, 288, 292, 471, 614, 645, 915, 929, 1413, 1753, 1882, 1984, 2083, 2100; his fees on leases, 370; office fees, 367.
-, clerks and ministers of, 142, 1871.
-, compositions in and issues out of, 712, 835, 906, 1158, 1503, 1797, 1998, 2016, 2104.
-, debts and arrears of the Crown charged in, 1149.
-, Deputy Chamberlains (see Lowe, J., Le Neve, P.), 1012, 1372; fees, 1579; Customs fees, 829, 1570; sorting and ordering records, 129, 266 606, 829, 1421, 1764, 1999; keeping one of the three keys of the money chests, 9689.
-, doorkeepers, 196, see Packer, P. and J.
-, fees payable out of, 51.
-, fees payable in, on issues of money etc., 110, 182, 292, 3012, 310, 319, 3478, 352, 367, 369, 450, 460, 466, 487, 574, 605, 617, 618, 619, 713, 929, 1047, 1356, 1492, 1494, 1496, 1590, 1822, 1902, 1905, 2052, 2072, 2106.
-, fines of leases see Crown Lands.
-, forfeitures, 17889, 2016.
-, gate porter see Parkes, W.
-, goods seized, and issues out of same, 74, 462, 475, 613, 629, 649, 664, 741, 760, 780, 794, 815, 835, 866, 900, 906, 1006, 1027, 1196, 1273, 1339, 1528, 1580, 1860, 2016, 2095, 2097, 2104.
-, issues out of, for each Department see each Department separately.
-, King's servants payable in, 2, 8; transferred to the Chamber Establishment to be paid by the Chamber Treasurer, 3789, see Chamber (establishment).
-, liberates, 26, see Exchequer (Usher), Packer, R.
-, loans, 93, and see Loans; method of tallies for and cancelling of, 220.
-, messengers, 49; nature of office of, 323; four messengers of the Receipt, 323, 816; messenger attending the Chancellor of the Exchequer, 614; messengers attending the Treasury Lords and the officers of the Receipt, 2161.
-, method of charging Excise payments in, 10.
-, ministers and clerks, 704.
-, money or cash in, rules for the custody and delivering out etc., as a means of checking fraud on the part of the Tellers, 9689, 1770; boxes or chest for same, 1048.
-, officers attendance, 2115, 2141; exempt from musters, 130.
-, orders and warrants on, unsatisfied or undirected, 545, 807, 922; renewal of lost orders, 800, 802.
-, Pells, Clerk of (see Wardour, W.), 10, 91, 220, 280, 411, 447, 683, 979, 1400; to sign imprest rolls, 44, 74, 147, 216; to keep one of the three chests of the money chests, 9689; office of, 1740; fees to, 605, 1420; assistant to, see Fleetwood, E.
-, pensions and perpetuities charged at, 1843.
-, Receipt rolls, 819.
-, Receivers General, issues out of, 2097.
-, records see Exchequer (Receipt, Deputy Chamberlain).
-, redemption of lands, 2016.
-, rents of lands see Crown (lands); as an Exchequer item, 2104.
-, salaries and fees, dormant warrant for, 26.
-, sale of wood, issues out of, 1940.
-, seal, 1683; see custodiam leases.
-, stop of, 511.
-, tallies, warrant for levying, 605.
-, -, fees for levying, 704.
-, Tally Court officers, 1829, 2160.
-, tally cutter, fees to, 605; see Langford, S.
-, Tellers (four) (see Villiers, F., Loving, J., Vernon, Sir T., Downing, Sir G., Clifford, S., Howard, T.), 88, 979; advancing moneys on letters of direction from the Treasury Secretary before the proper issue of money warrants and orders, 6, 26, 28, 237, 238, 260, 279, 535, 542, 599, 607, 683, 688, 894, 1173, 1306, 2107; advancing moneys for the services on the death of Charles II pending the issue of new privy seals, 10; cash rooms, 1048; Teller's fee for his bill, 605; house belonging to, 1505; securities to the king, 968; to keep one of the three keys of the money chests, 9689, 1048.
-, Treasury of the Receipt, records in, in St. Martin's Lane alias in the Tower and Gate over Palace Yard, 1809, 2133; see Exchequer (Receipt, Deputy Chamberlains); book of orders for the Royal Household to be kept in 219; Standard Trial pieces in, 822.
-, Usher of (see Packer, R., Packer, J.), custody of moneys, 1048, 1211; liberates, 235, 2367, 903, 1255, 1860; room of (the former Treasury Chamber), 189, 196.
-, weekly certificates of the Auditor, 313, 376, 969, 2083, 2096, 2120.

- COURT, 19, 1953.
-, Auditors of (seven in number), for Crown lands or Crown revenues, 900, 1320; rules for, 1726, see Aldworth, W., Philips, J., Tudor, T., Stephens, A., Shales, J., Parsons, T., Godolphin, Sir W.; deputy auditors see Hewitt, R.; King's purchase deeds to be enrolled before, 516.
-, Barons of, Lord Chief Baron (see Atkins, Sir E.), 278, 522, 572, 628, 778, 966, 1047, 1060, 1113, 1209, 1310, 1791; fees on Crown leases, 370; Barons, Barons of the Coife, see Gregory, Sir W., Atkins, Sir E., Wright, Sir R., May, Sir R., Nevill, Sir E., Jenner, Sir T., Montagu, W., Powell, T., Thurland, Sir E., Turnor, Sir W., Street, Sir T.), 32, 83, 88, 105, 198, 290, 482, 628, 804, 851, 852, 859, 1060, 1087, 1172, 1393, 1605, 1740, 1789, 2151; Fifth Baron or Cursitor Baron, 1203, see Crawley, F.; the Barons' power to instal debts, fines etc., 1889.
-, bills in, 1094, 1740.
-, causes and process in, 1171, 1259, 1722, 1725, 1808, 1832, 1834, 1952, 2038, 2096.
-, Chamber, Register of, 333, see Fanshaw, H., Burdett, E.
-, Clerk of Equity, 750.
-, Clerk of Estreats, 855.
-, Clerk of Foreign Estreats (see Whitfield, T.), keeping records of Recusants' forfeitures, 185, 1338.
-, Clerk of Nichils, see Small, Hy.
-, Commissions of enquiry, petitions for, 1010.
-, decrees, 1787.
-, Deputy Chamberlains for joining tallies (see Ady, J., Cole, J., Ballow, H.), 324, 372, 431, 2026, 2156.
-, English bill in, 603, 1139, 2036.
-, estreats in, 727, 1770, 1771.
-, fees, 752.
-, Foreign Apposer see Whittaker, C.
-, Judges, 202.
-, King's Remembrancer (see Ayloffe, H., as in trust for Visct. Fanshaw, an infant), 25, 32, 57, 77, 117, 147, 181, 201, 214, 216, 217, 251, 255, 258, 259, 272, 289, 290, 322, 375, 454, 490, 494, 499, 515, 589, 636, 641, 692, 739, 759, 778, 808, 840, 852, 854, 855, 857, 858, 916, 970, 1024, 1058, 1077, 1082, 1086, 1119, 1184, 1236, 1239, 1258, 1293, 1304, 1317, 1341, 1388, 1392, 1393, 1399, 1408, 1439, 1447, 1466, 1536, 1596, 1644, 1661, 1683, 1692, 1722, 1751, 1756, 1766, 1772, 1782, 1803, 1828, 1840, 1846, 1856, 1866, 1889, 1920, 1930, 1981, 1993, 2028, 2045, 2096, 2099, 2107, 2151, 2167.
-, - deputy to, see Eden, T.
-, - office of, 1177; fees for blank books for the Customs and for passing Customs accounts see Customs (officers); Customs accounts returned into, 858.
-, fees to secondaries and clerks, 374, 1092, 1176, 1340, 2026.
-, clerk of port books and port bonds, 330, 333; see Fanshaw, H., Burdett, E.
-, first Secondary (see Hall, T.), 451, 966; second Secondary see Taylor, John.
-, Register see Fanshaw, Hy. licences [concordandi], book of, 966.
-, purchase deeds of King's lands to be deposited in, 516.
-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer (see Osborne, Sir J.), 454, 540, 590, 616, 636, 641, 646, 652, 664, 683, 697, 718, 726, 739, 759, 795, 808, 819, 850, 925, 942, 984, 1005, 1013, 1058, 1069, 1122, 1210, 1236, 1245, 1251, 1288, 1321, 1348, 1447, 1461, 1661, 2010, 2045; Deputy, 932.
-, office in the Temple, fire in, 427, 434; Recusants' Roll in, 932; attorneys in, 2106.
-, Secondaries and clerks, fees of, 262, 293, 829, 834, 940, 1770, 1937, 1940, 2012; corruption of officers of, 2095; first Secondary see Blackwell, G.; second Secondary see Wilkinson, F.
-, marshalsea of, marshal of, see Baker, J. and M.
-, messengers, 614, 1940.
-, Office of Pleas in, 1087.
-, orders, 1108, 1630.
-, Originals out of Chancery transcribed into the Exchequer, 8345.
-, Pipe Clerk of (see Croke, Sir R., Clifford, Lord H.), 57, 58, 113, 128, 144, 151, 158, 168, 177, 185, 186, 209, 210, 218, 229, 255, 264, 270, 288, 320, 356, 427, 441, 443, 449, 458, 460, 467, 478, 489, 493, 516, 540, 590, 596, 600, 604, 616, 629, 636, 641, 652, 664, 666, 693, 696, 697, 718, 720, 772, 808, 819, 850, 851, 852, 877, 912, 913, 940, 984, 1005, 1066, 1086, 1120, 1122, 1245, 1251, 1335, 1356, 13678, 1389, 1451, 1476, 1602, 1661, 1698, 1702, 1722, 1756, 1767, 1799, 1809, 1846, 1851, 1852, 1863, 1964, 2010, 2045.
-, deputy clerk, 990, see Fillingham, B.
-, fees, 1579; fees on leases, 370; fees on drawing down Recusants' charges, 330, 454, 479, 830, 1410; Customs fees, 829, and see Customs (officers).
-, estreats, 727.
-, office in GreysInn, 727, 1260, 1372, 1559; secondaries and clerks, 636; Customs fees, 449, 829, 1579, see Wallinger, W., Bonnett, J., Cole, T.
-, handwriting, 812, 1135.
-, records of surplusages see Sheriffs.
-, Recusant Roll, 596, 802, 932, 2011.
-, rents answered into, 623.
-, Roll of the Pipe or Great Roll, 185, 288, 454, 590, 727, 808, 819, 1004, 1339, 1447, 1461, 1697, 1771, 1919, 2010.
-, summons of, 812, 1135, 19213, and see Roman Catholics; reasons for delay in process of, 427.
-, Pipe, Comptroller of (see Pottinger, J.), 49, 255, 449, 540, 590, 641, 697, 819, 850, 984, 1005, 1122, 1245, 1251, 1720, 2045, 2170; fees of, 829, 1579, 2026; writing and bringing over amerciaments, 802.
-, Process, see Exchequer (Court causes, and Pipe Summons).
-, rules by, 1394.
-, seal day, 1051.
-, seizures see Customs; Exchequer Court rules for, 9667.
-, usher of (see Walker, J.), issues to, for diet and for necessaries furnished to the Exchequer Court, 42, 110, 295, 431, 489, 614, 629, 853, 1054, 1082, 1252, 1269, 1466, 1597, 1651, 1818, 2028, 2123, 2138.
-, four ushers [doorkeepers] of, 439; outport Customers' fees to, 410.
-, vouchers, dispensing of, in accounts, 828.
-, writ of restitution, 1139, 1207.

EXCISE, Accountant to the London breweries see Houghton, Mr., Vickers, Mr.
-, - (country) see Chambers, Mr., Crowder, Mr., How, Mr.
-, - to the Excise Farmers see Dafforn, I.
-, Acts, 248.
-, additional duties see Excise (new duties), Excise (brandy).
-, allowance see Yarmouth.
-, Appeals Commissioners (16845, Mar., Spencer, R., Fanshaw, C., Neale, Sir P., Dodington, G., Seymour, E.), 72, 131, 277, 678; (16856, Feb., Visct. Teviot, Charles Fanshaw, Sir John Petters, George Dodington, Edward Seymour, see also Dereham, Sir Rich.), 597, 1580; clerk to, see Wynne, H.; doorkeeper to, see Segar, H., White, W.; messenger to, see Segar, A.
-, arrears, 624.
-, auditor (see Birch, Col. J.), 31, 77, 131, 2154.
-, bags for see Weekes, Mr.
-, beer, Excise on, 638; query as to, 396; proposal to increase same without Parliamentary consent, 1179; see also Excise (exported beer).
-, brandy and strong waters, question of double duty on (after July, 1685), 170, 263, 284, 579, 740, 743, 744, 789, 799, 800, 976; 8d. per gallon on, 140; to be managed by the Excise, 242; Act for, 248; allowances on the new duty, 260, 296, 3378, 338, 346, 352, 376, 388, 409, 742, 743, 799, 800, 918, 1000, 1070, 1079, 1178; collector's allowance on, 294.
-, Cashier see Excise (Treasurer).
-, Cider and Coffee and Strong Waters Office, 132, 530, 1060; Surveyor General see Pilsworth, E.; clerk for strong waters see Mason, A.; surveyors for strong waters see Day, W., Stead, J.; gangers for strong waters, 132; out-gaugers and supernumerary see Pilsworth, D., Wickham, J.; accountant for coffee and cider see Hurdis, T.; clerk for coffee see Pilsworth, E.; surveyors for coffee, cider etc. see Baker, W. Whittacre, J.; coffee gauger see Longford, R.
-, clerks for country books see Larke, B., Rand, T., Smith, J.
-, Coffee Office see Excise (cider).
-, collector at the Customs House of Excise on imported liquor see Beal, J.
-, collectors' moneys, returns of, see Excise (returning).
-, collectors in the counties see each county separately.
-, Commissioners (16845, Feb., Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Davenant, C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, N., Graham, R.), 1011, 131; (1685, July, Ashburnham, Sir D., Parry, F., Davenant, Dr. C., Freind, J., Calverd, F., Hornby, N., Graham, R., being for Excise and Hearthmoney combined), 228, 247; (16878, Feb., Ashburnham, Sir D., Freind, Sir J., Parry, F., Davenant, C., Hornby, A., Graham, R., Wilcox, J., being for Hearthmoney and Excise combined), 1757.
-, Comptroller (see Ashmole, E.), 31, 77, 131, 1173, 2154.
-, correspondent see Hussey, Mr.; assistant to, see Berkeley, Mr.
-, country Excise books, 132; chief examiner of, see Farmer, J.; clerks for, see Larke, B., Rand, T., Smith, J.
-, delinquent collectors, 1783.
-, distilling trade, officers for survey of, 1067.
-, districts and circuits and riders, 1850.
-, doorkeeper and messenger, 131, see Wood, Nat.
-, exported beer, discharges for, 621, 700, 772, 931.
-, Farm, country farm (16658), 77.
-, London farm (1666), 251, 323; London, Middlesex and Surrey, 251.
-, general (London and country combined, 1677 83, Dashwood, G., Rowney, T., Dashwood, S., Calverd, F., Freind, J., Strong, W., Buckley, E.), 40, 681; books of their farm, 1565; frauds and matters in dispute with the Treasury concerning same, 108, 545, 665, 678, 700, 758, 772, 931, 1023, 1711; discharges for exported beer, 621; management allowance, 128; sub farm of Wales and the four Northern Counties, 128; surplus, 40; salaries and incidents, 678.
-, inoperative farm (for three years from 16845, Feb. 5, Apsley, Sir P., Bathurst, Sir B., Graham, J.), 1011.
-, fines and penalties, 11; share of, appertaining to churchwardens and overseers of the poor, 11.
-, forfeitures, 572.
-, frauds, proposals concerning, 157.
-, gauge, measure for wine, 1913.
-, gauger of imported liquors and general gauger of all vessels in London see Walker, Mr.; assistant to, see Sheppard, Mr.
-, gaugers (37 for London and 10 seven shilling men), 132.
-, gauging, wine gallon, 1910, 1913.
-, housekeeper, 132, see Hall, Mr.
-, imported liquors, account of produce of, 931, officers for, in the Downs, 342, 346; officers for, in the Customs House (collector, see Beal, J.; surveyor see Shrub, Mr.; landwaiter see Godfrey, Mr.; gauger see Walker, Mr.; assistant gauger see Sheppard, Mr.), 132, 927.
-, Justices not supporting the revenue, 140.
-, landwaiter at the Customs House see Godfrey, Mr.
-, letter carrier to the Excise Office see Woods, Mr.
-, loans on, 26, 27, 85, 923, 236, 321, 515, 681, 8034, 923, 1708, 1365, 2100, 2150, 2152, 2176.
-, messengers, 526; to the London brewers see Lloyd, Mr., Taylor, Mr., Sampson, Mr., Man, Mr.
-, moneys, at the Revolutions, getting in of, 2128.
-, new and additional duties on tobacco, sugar, wine and linen (by the Acts of 1 James II, c. 3, 4 and 5) (and see separately Linen, Sugar, Tobacco, Wines), 268, 282, 284, 325; legal query as to the terms of, in internal consumption, 287; proposed Commissioners for, 228, 232.
-, accounts, 313.
-, allowance for wastage, 307, 352, 357.
-, cases of imports before the law became operative, 280, 340, 355 (and see Excise, brandy).
-, issues out of, 440, 505.
-, method of collection of, and of bonds and discounts, 226, 258, 259, 263, 352, 357, 3689.
-, rebate on, 287, 357.
-, receipts from, 313.
-, New England see New England.
-, Office, 594, 710.
-, charge of, 1204.
-, Coffee Office see Excise (Cider).
-, housekeeper of, see Fenn, N., 132.
-, incidents and salaries under the Farmers 678.
-, incidents bills, quarterly, under the Commissioners, 117, 223, 224, 295, 297, 298, 694, 1263, 1452, 14578, 1528, 1533, 1833, 1834, 2154, 2155, 21623.
-, London brewers, officers for (accomptants, messengers, surveyors, gaugers, &c.), 1458.
-, messenger to, 131.
-, reduction of the management when under the Commissioners, 776.
-, salaries under the Farmers, 678.
-, salary bills, quarterly, under the Commissioners, 15, 35, 44, 117, 1312, 133, 265, 266, 274, 297, 384, 394, 402, 574, 694, 700, 868, 962, 1174, 1180, 1318, 1452, 1458, 1483, 1552, 1562, 1714, 1825, 1860, 1979, 2007, 2093, 2094, 2137, 2139, 2159.
-, stationers to, 21.
-, tallies levied on, method of, 1372.
-, officers, clerks etc., 1312, 439, 1060, 1533, 1549.
-, bank of charity or superannuation scheme, 1149, 1173.
-, dealing as tradesmen, 503.
-, killing people, 575.
-, oath required of, 1788.
-, to assist the King's Forces (in Nov., 1688), 2132.
-, payments out of (including payments of money direct into the Exchequer, Treasury letters of disposition, orders and tallies), 910, 15, 35, 42, 434, 51, 589, 73, 82, 97, 115, 133, 14950, 156, 1668, 1801, 187, 188, 193, 1945, 202, 2045, 219, 2234, 229, 234, 235, 238, 2401, 249, 250, 251, 2523, 256, 2567, 265, 2734, 281 2, 293, 2978, 304, 305, 310, 311, 313, 320, 328, 329, 332, 334, 335, 339, 344, 345, 350, 351, 353, 354, 358, 359, 360 1, 3634, 3778, 3934, 401 2, 40910, 4312, 445, 450, 4567, 476, 487, 489, 497, 500, 505, 514, 520, 522, 534, 535, 5423, 547, 5812, 590, 599, 604, 6067, 6289, 639 40, 656, 6689, 677, 6845, 688, 699700, 7134, 719, 723, 737, 741, 7467, 749, 754, 760, 769, 775, 787, 794, 796, 799, 805, 815, 8301, 848, 8567, 864, 866, 8701, 874 5, 890, 895, 898, 899, 900, 9045, 910, 911, 921, 922, 924, 939, 9478, 9589, 975, 98990, 1007, 1011, 10189, 1038, 104950, 1051, 1061, 1075, 1092, 1094, 11001, 1136, 1144, 1153, 11656, 1174, 1185, 1198, 12189, 1234, 12478, 12634, 1267, 12745, 1285, 13012, 1315, 1339, 13412, 13534, 1364 5, 13723, 13823, 13956, 1406, 1416, 14301, 14445, 14512, 14712, 14823, 14978, 1506, 1528, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1548, 15612, 1571, 15856, 15989, 1615, 16334, 1647, 165960, 1679 80, 1690, 1698, 1702, 1715, 17278, 1737, 1750, 17589, 17678, 1785, 17967, 1813, 18245, 1834, 1845, 18612, 1870, 18712, 18778, 1883 4, 1898, 19112, 1924, 1930, 193940, 19512, 19689, 1980, 19912, 2007, 2016, 2020, 2029, 2032, 2041, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2069, 2080, 2094, 2097, 2098, 2100, 21034, 21101, 2112, 2115, 21178, 2123, 2126, 2131, 21367, 21389, 2141.
-, method of charging in the Exchequer payments made at the Excise Office, 10.
-, payments to garrisons made by assignments, 524.
-, pensions and perpetuities charged on the Excise, 4, 11, 18, 78, 276, 5856, 615, 1202, see Queen (Dowager), Prince George, Princess Ann, Fitz Roy, H., G. and C.
-, porter for parcels to the Carriers, see Wright, H.
-, proposal for bettering the Excise, 287, 400, 781, 1204.
-, - to employ Excise officers in the Hearthmoney revenue, 24.
-, Register of Excise see Thompson, J., Noel, E., 131; assistant to E. Noel see Sheldrake, Mr.; clerk to E. Noel see Haines, Mr.
-, returning moneys of Excise to London by bills, 31; by road under convoy of Guards, 532, 678; by sea, 524.
-, riots or popular resistance to the Excise, 575, 832.
-, seizers, extraordinary commission to, 139.
-, seizures to be tried by Excise laws, 766, 788.
-, Solicitor to, 131, 277, 1553, see Aram, T., Mundy, J., Lawrence, J., Guy, F., Parry, G.
-, stationers to the Excise Office see James, T., Blagrave, O.
-, Strong Waters and Cider and Coffee Office see Excise (Cider); loans on, 2176; officers for, 132, 1060, 1533.
-, surveyors of the London brewers, 132.
-, surveyor at the Custom House of imported liquors see Shrub, Mr.
-, Teller of, 1003.
-, Treasurer or Cashier, 131, see Duncombe, C.; Deputy Cashier see Browne, Mr.
-, -, accounts of, 2100.
-, uncertain cask seizures for, 789.
-, watchmen in the Excise Office see Foster, T., Grice, J., Lee, W.
-, weekly money [into the Exchequer], 2031, 2163.
-, weekly paper or certificate of cash or of receipts, payments and remains, 135, 136, 210, 249, 294, 349, 457, 463, 815, 1035, 1141, 1274, 1533, 1540, 1681, 2141.
-, wrecked and salved goods, Excise on, 544.
-, yardkeeper see Hutchins, F.
-, yield of, quarterly accounts of, 535, 1069.

Exclusion bill, 1340, 2082.

Excommunication and writs de excommunicato capiendo, 467, 498, 531, 535, 536, 541, 1413, 1415, 1487, 1602.

Exe river, 229, 497; Drews Weir and New Weir, 478.

Exeley, James, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

Exemption see Musters, Hearthmoney.

Exeter, Earl of, see Cecil, J.

-, Bishop of, see Lamplugh, Dr. T., 1468, 1552, 2133; pension to, for the minister of Lostwithiel, 827, 870.

-, Bishopric, First Fruits, 661.

-, -, Tenths, 71, 972, 1300, 1468; pensions on, 225, 249, 735.

-, town and port, 65, 83, 96, 104, 111, 186, 245, 259, 261, 324, 338, 349, 375, 417, 435, 452, 475, 540, 612, 682, 690, 726, 744, 798, 810, 872, 904, 922, 967, 1054, 1058, 11367, 1227, 1307, 1323, 1346, 1380, 1411, 1427, 1445, 1476, 1503, 1543, 15556, 1594, 1647, 1668, 1677, 1783, 1786, 1804, 1827, 1928, 1949, 1958, 2008, 2009, 2049, 2108, 2129, 2145, 2149.
-, Castle, 693; Governor of, 967.
-, Castle Close or Bradninch, leases of, 580, 664, 693, 1173, 1227, 1313, 1393, 14345, 1640, 1682, 1683, 1704, 1798.
-, clothiers in, 1925.
-, Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' Fines, 1804.
-, Excise, 1108.
-, expresses from, 2142.
-, gaol, 422.
-, Mayor of, 1804.
-, Town Clerk, 1435.

Exmoor Forest, co. Devon, 1453, 1460.
-, liberty of depasturing cattle, 1766.
-, tenants and commoners, 1766.
-, Hawkridge Common, 1766.
-, Withepool Common, 1766.

Exmouth (co. Devon), 872, 1212, 1928, 2008.

Expedition see North East Passage.

Expert, David L', French refugee, 1721.

-, Mary L', poor French Protestant, 1344.

Exported beer see Excise (exported).

Exton, Elizabeth, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, James, and his wife, Quakers, co. Hereford, 633.

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

-, John, mariner, died at Cap Spartimento, 2147.

-, Mary, wife of John, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Sir Thomas, Advocate General of England, 313.

Eyben, Berent, of Bremen, shipmaster, 2147.

Eye (co. Suffolk), manor, grant of, to the Queen, 276.

Eyermonger see Ironmonger.

Eyles (and see Eales), John, merchant, for the soldiers of the Barbados Regiment, 718.

Eyre (Eyres), Anthony, manor of Minshull Vernon, co. Cheshire, 20667.

-, Col. Anthony, father of Anthony, 2067.

- (Eyres), Christopher, waiter and tidesman, Hull, collector, Rye, 530, 1154, 1193, 1556.

-, Mr., distraint on his cottages, 2135.

- (Eyres), Samuel, Alice Lesle's estate, 1510, 1511.

-, -, merchant importing Delft ware, 1995, 2059.

-, Simon, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

-, Tho., a Gentleman Pensioner, 1970.

-, -, ? undersheriff of co. [? Wilts], 744.

-, -, Duchy of Lancaster lands, discovery of, 1227, 14001.

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

Eyre, Justices in, see Chief.

Eyres see Eyre.

Eyston, George, Recusant, co. Berks, 1020.

-, John, of Reading, gent., surety recognizance, 1020.

Eytherd, Tho., tenant, Swineshead, co. Lincoln, 1455.

Eyton (and see Eaton), David, constable of Flint Castle, 1468.

-, Kenrick, prothonotary, co. Denbigh, 1428.

-, William, major of the King's Regiment of Foot Guards, 683, 1468; constable of Flint Castle and keeper of the gaol, 683, 1428, 1468, 1659; surveyor and master mason, Chester Castle, 1468.