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Index: Q, R

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 8, 1685-1689. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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Q

Quakers ("Quayquers"), 86, 106, 244, 62934, 78990, 932, 991, 1005 6, 1229, 1303, 2144, 2169; see also under Roman Catholics for general references to Quakers as "Recusants" and for refunding the fines levied upon them.

Quant, Hen., rebel in the West, 419.

Quarendon, Visct., see Lee, E. H.

Quatremaine, Mary, widow of Dr. William, pension, 234, 504; her two daughters, 504; riot against, 1490.

-, Dr. William, physician to Charles II and James II, 234, 504.

QUEEN Anne of Denmark, 888.

Queen Maria Beatrice of Modena or QUEEN CONSORT, 2127.
-, Almoner to, see Ronchi, James.
-, backstairs, 358, 361, 491, 671, 686, 689, 1027, 1544; at Whitehall, 525.
-, basset table for, 960.
-, bathing room, 184.
-, bed and dais for, 1908; at Windsor, 1151.
-, bedchamber at Whitehall, 124; at Windsor, 763, 1173; little bedchamber, 103.
-, books for, 891, 904, 981, 1081.
-, branch candlestick for, 190.
-, chaplains, see Johnson, Mr.
-, closet, 960; closet beyond the little bedchamber, 184; closet on the leads at Windsor, 763.
-, cooks (master cook and Italian master cook), 164.
-, Coronation, 527; crowns, regalia and robes for, 6871, 243, and see Coronation.
-, Council, 573.
-, dowry out of Italy, 20867.
-, dressers, furniture for, 463, 935.
-, furniture for, 126, 278, 292, 308, 328, 329, 345, 355, 361, 463, 7634, 789, 960, 983, 1908.
-, goods for, from abroad, 335, 350, 358, 403, 491, 575, 605, 643, 671, 6867, 689, 695, 700, 705, 795, 8645, 911, 1027, 1101, 1142, 1224, 1342, 1418, 1484, 1499, 1544, 1625, 1776, 2105, 2108; her goods (after the flight of James II), 2162.
-, grant of St. James's House, 498.
-, Greenwich Palace and Park see Queen (jointure).
-, Groom of the Stole see Peterborough, Countess.
-, her horses going to France, 2166.
-, Household establishment, 731.
-, issues for (on her various jointure annuities under the trust deed of 1685, Aug. 28), 88, 94, 105, 134, 135, 156, 194, 224, 225, 238, 241, 242, 256, 351, 353, 354, 357, 358, 361, 3634, 382, 389, 410, 445, 514, 519, 522, 534, 538, 677, 684, 688, 690, 740, 796, 805, 813, 830, 856, 914, 924, 926, 939, 958, 1007, 1018, 1143, 1144, 1153, 1165, 1174, 1185, 1219, 1285, 1288, 1302, 1315, 1354, 1432, 1433, 1444, 1451, 1471, 1498, 1506, 1540, 1542, 1548, 1562, 1690, 1702, 1715, 1735, 1750, 1785, 1834, 1836, 1845, 1855, 1968, 1972, 1980, 2031, 2041, 2083, 2084, 2094, 2098, 2103, 2110, 2117; her trustees (Rochester, Earl of; Peterborough, Earl of; Godolphin, Lord S.; Werden, R., Herbert, Sir E.), 1690, 1836, 1972; issues to, on her 10,000l. per an. over her jointure (as by grant of 1685, Oct. 31), 856, 1004, 1014, 1143, 1542, 1690, 2043.
-, jointure, 94, 516, 519, 538, 547, 1001, 11645, 1502; rents, 382; increase grant of, 2756, 357, 361, 363, 389; Greenwich Park and Palace reversion included in, 11645, 1222. For the names of her trustees and for issues on her jointure see Queen (issues).
-, kitchen, 7156 privy kitchen, 1834.
-, laundress, 726.
-, Lord Chamberlain see Godolphin, Sir S.
-, Maids of Honour see Fairfax (Carteret), Katherine, Fortrey (Apsley), Katherine, Yarburgh, Henrietta, Wentworth (Bellew), Francesca; Chamberkeeper to, 584, see Perpoynt, W.; furniture for their chambers and chapel, 258, 355, 463; mother of the maids, 355.
-, Master of the Horse, 1119, see Steward, C., Lord Morny.
-, medals of, 116, 135.
-, new apartment or lodging at Whitehall, 935, 1909; the Queen's side at Whitehall, 935.
-, Page of the Backstairs see Defour, Mr.
-, Page of the Bedchamber, 731, 763, see Picott, Hy.; Peireira, Signr.
-, pictures for, 344.
-, presents for, 1417, 1829.
-, private oratory at Windsor, 763.
-, Privy Chamber, furniture for, 184.
-, progresses and removes, 763.
-, Regiment, 849, 1776, and see Army (Regiments).
-, Robes, Office of, at Windsor, 789; officers of, 704; see Rowland, Mr.
-, rooms at Windsor and Whitehall see Windsor, Whitehall.
-, servants, 731, see Galli, Monsieur.
-, Stables and issues for, 504, 648, 781, 866, 947, 1075, 1136, 1713, 1750, 1752, 2056.
-, stand for, on Hounslow Heath, 1811.
-, stool room, 184.
-, tradesmen, 914.
-, travelling set of horses, 1119.
-, Treasurer to (see Werden, R.), 688, 914, 1219, 1750, 1752.
-, utensils and plate for her privy kitchen, 1834.
-, watermen and Master of her Barges (see Warner, J., and King's watermen), 648, 762, 763, 983, 1736, 1754; new barge for, 763.
-, withdrawing room, 308.

QUEEN DOWAGER, Cattarina of Braganza, 493.
-, annuities to, see Queen Dowager (issues).
-, apothecary to, see Lightfoot, R.
-, at Somerset House, 316.
-, bedchamber, 5, 103, 124.
-, birthday, 3012.
-, books for, 959.
-, carvers see Sayer, S., Agar, T.
-, Catholic servants, 1134; always paid by special warrant, 1325.
-, Chamber see Queen Dowager (Great Chamber).
-, Chamberkeeper to her maids see Parkes, W.
-, chapel, 1329, 1734.
-, Council, 14, 743, 1052, 1783, 1801, 2154.
-, cupbearers see Slanning, Sir N., Guy, H.
-, dowry or Portuguese money, accounts of, 1316, 15967, 1659, 1666; receipt of remains of, 45, 5, 251, 275; issues out of, 251, 432, 443, 448, 476, 478, 514, 534, 535, 542, 547, 581, 740, 741, 765, 776, 781, 857, 866, 904, 1231; pensions out of, 329, 454.
-, ewry, 1734.
-, Father Lector at Somerset House, 1081.
-, footmen, 1591.
-, furniture for, 983.
-, Gentlemen Ushers, daily waiters, 480.
-, goods for, 865, 1373.
-, Great Chamber, Grooms in Ordinary, see Kennedy, T., Colby, H., Hall, J., Change, R.
-, Groom of the Stole to see Arlington, Countess.
-, Grooms see Queen Dowager (Great Chamber, Privy Chamber).
-, horses for, 646, 972.
-, issues to (on her annuities of 10,972l. 19s. 3d. out of the Excise by grant of 1672, Dec. 20), 78, 1375; (on her ditto of 1,236l. 16s. 1d. by grant of 1674, Oct. 9), 78, 1269; combined as a joint grant of 12,209l. per an. out of the Excise, 4, 15, 35, 43, 59, 181, 274, 281, 282, 432, 449, 547, 582, 599, 604, 607, 612, 737, 747, 749, 755, 760, 871, 875, 876, 975, 990, 1007, 1014, 1166, 1174, 1185, 1188, 1219, 1315, 1318, 1329, 1342, 1472, 1498, 1506, 1524, 1540, 1541, 1548, 1562, 1750, 1752, 1759 1786, 1834, 1845, 1871, 1872, 1878, 1968, 1972, 1980, 2007, 2093, 2094, 2098, 2104, 2148, 2152, 2154, 2158, 2163; on her annuity of 6,000l., granted by James II, 206, 256.
-, jewelry for, 1723.
-, jointure, lands and leases, 276, 483, 776, 878, 926, 1016, 1061, 1114, 13556, 1389, 1408, 1486, 1532, 1563, 1711, 1801, 1820, 1826, 1934; trustees for, 276, 743, 1061, 1114, 1217, 13212 (see Chesterfield, Earl of; Clarendon, Earl of; Montagu, W.; fresh trustees, Rochester, Earl of; Feversham, Earl of; Fauconberg, Visct.; Preston, Visct.; Belling, Sir R.; Thynne, H. F.; Butler, Sir J.; Thornhill, H.; Hall, J.).
-, Maids of Honour see Roper, A., Yarburgh, H.
-, messengers, 1486.
-, Pages of Honour see Carey, J., Sayers, A.
-, plate for, 872.
-, Privy Chamber, Grooms of, see Evary, J., Vane, A., Walthew, J., Shaw, W., Windebank, J., Bourgeois, Mr.
-, Regiment, 483, 1308, 1350, see Army.
-, sending a bell to Portugal, 642.
-, servants, 28; arrears, 526, 770, 779, 792, 937; entitled to eat at the waiters' table, 404, 738; goods for, 1776, and see Queen Dowager (Catholic).
-, sewers see Windham, Sir C., Janson, B.
-, Treasurer and Receiver General to, 1541, see Clarendon, Earl of.
-, trustees for, see Queen Dowager (jointure).
-, Vice Chamberlain to, see Sawyers, Mr.
-, waiters' table diets, 404; suspension of (in 1678), 526.
-, Whittlewood and Salcey Forests, timber felling in, 14, 573, 10512, 1720, 1783, 2154.
-, Yeoman of the Pantry, 439.

Queen Elizabeth, 71, 102, 188, 459, 482, 511, 626, 705, 878, 881, 1057, 1245, 1699, 1798.

Queen Mary I, 747.

Queen Mary, wife of William III, see Princess Mary.

Queen Mother, Queen Henrietta Maria: dresser to, see Vantelet, H. M. de.
-, jointure lands and leases of, 483, 1164, 1349, 1773, 1811; account of arrears, 17236; receiver of arrears, see Chiffinch, W.
-, nurses to, see Penning, J., Mansborough, M.
-, Page of her Backstairs see Hill, E.
-, servants, Rondenier, Jillet le, Goddard, A., Tillet, T.
-, trustees to, see Holland, H., Earl of; Dorset, E., Earl of; Savage, Visct. T.; Ayton, Sir R.; Winne, Sir R.; Hatton, Sir T.; Finch, J.: succeeded by St. Albans, Hy., Earl of, Digby, Sir K., Wintour, Sir J., Harbord, Sir C., Long, Sir R., Ball, Sir P., Wood, Sir H.

Queen of Hungary water, 643, 1065, 1346, 1846, 2165.

Queens County (Ireland), 1600, 1954, 2066.

- Grove see Waltham Forest.

- Leaze (Bray, Berks), 1183, 1359.

Queensberry, Duke of, see Douglas, W.

Queensferry (co. Linlithgow), 254.

Quellin (Ovellin, Llewellyn), Mrs., albes, surplices, etc., for the Chapel Royal, 1257, 1358.

Quick, Henry, of Upottery, Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 421, 2005.

-, John, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 415.

Quicksilver, 354.

Quinn (Quin), Mathew, Galway Corporation lands, 1403.

-, Mr., Duke of York's lands, Ireland, 1900.

Quintals (measure), 331.

Quintan alias Freer, William, of Shute, co. Devon, yeoman, rebel in the West, 2003.

Quintin, Thomas, rebel in the West, 417.

-, William, rebel in the West, 415.

Quire, Joseph, rebel in the West, 420.

-, Raymond, rebel in the West, 420.

Quixote, Don, tapestries of, 872.

Quo warranto, 95, 788, 1766, 1994, 2107; against town charters see as under Charters.

R

Rabbett, Ralph, collector, Aldeburgh port, 1287, 1793.

Raby Castle (co. Durham), 191.

Rachelly see Rathelly.

Rackett, Mich., creditor of Sir R. Vyner, 2031.

Radcliffe (Ratcliffe), Francis, a King's waiter, London port (in trust for a son of Katherine Radcliffe), 1559, 1693, 2040, 2154, 2165.

-, Sir Francis, father of Francis and Joseph, 1693.

-, Hugh, lands, Ireland, 549.

-, John [? son of Katherine], King's waiter's place, London, 809, 1413, 1589.

-, -, a Groom of the Privy Chamber to Charles II, 1194.

-, Joseph (son of Sir Francis), a King's waiter, London (in trust for a son of Katherine Radcliffe), 1559, 1693, 2140, 2154, 2165.

-, -, shipowner, 1070, 1180.

-, -, surety to J. Nash, 1766, 1772.

-, -, Purveyor to the Works, 502, 611, 1099, 1938.

-, -, a Commissioner for concealed lands in divers counties, 693, 740; ditto for derelict lands in Kent and Essex, 1868, 1944, 2062, 2087; grant of land at Bermondsey, 970, 1170.

-, Katherine, her son's title to a King's waiter's place, London port, 2165.

-, Sir Ralph, of Hitchin, fine for assault, 101920.

Rades Town (Kilkenny City), 561.

Radford, Corne., rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, Customs seizer and smuggler, 1815, 1843.

-, Mr. (? Rawleigh), Customs officer, 2071.

-, Rawleigh, tidesurveyor, London, 159, 272, 708, 892.

Radnor, Earl of, see Robartes, J. and C. B.

- town, 1683; Castle, 1486.

-, County, 428, 1429, 1553, 1643, 1683, 1687, 1699, 1733, 1832, 2142.

- -, Chamberlain of, 820.

- -, Hearthmoney, 278.

- -, judicial seal for, 1363.

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

- -, Recusants, receiver of forfeitures, see Wightwick, F.; inquisitions, 1087.

Radzivill, Prince, Envoy from the King of Poland, 327.

Raghra (Queens County, Ireland), 1954.

Raglan, Lord Herbert of, see Somerset, C.

Raglan (co. Monmouth), 1022.

Ragois, Benegne, Poll arrear, 1390.

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

Raheen (Kells barony, co. Kilkenny), 567.

Raheninchy (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Raines (Raynes), John, boatman at the Pill, 1045; tidesman, Bristol port, 1949.

-, Sir Richard, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, 2062.

Rainham Manor (co. Essex), 288.

Rainhurst and Haredopp (co. Kent), see Raynhurst.

Rainolds see Reynolds.

Rainscroft, John, slave ransomed from Barbary, 965.

Rainsford (Raynsford), Francis, merchant, London, goods for the King and Queen, 1101.

-, Henry, First Yeoman Porter of the Court Gate, 584.

Rais, Adrien de, shipmaster, Bruges, 1322.

Raleigh (and see Rawley), Philip (grandson of Sir Walter), 1270, 1383, 1505.

-, Sir Walter, 1270.

Rambonnet, Jean, French refugee, 1681.

Rampside (co. Lancs), 13612.

Ramsden, John, grant of Temple Copmanthorpe manor, 1213.

Ramsey (and see Romsey, Rumsey), Lieut. Alexander of Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 846.

-, Isabel, Tangier widow, royal bounty to, 386, 645.

-, John, of Westminster, Farmer of Excise, Leicester and Rutland, 19656.

-, -, Serjeant at Arms, 137; Agent for Taxes, 315, 14134.

-, Capt. J., allowance to, 2122.

Ramsey (co. Essex) and Ramsey Mill, 2091.

-, (co. Huntingdon), 1921, 1922.

- Island (St. Lawrence, Essex), 2092.

Ramsgate (co. Kent), 349, 1555, 1556.

-, Road, 48.

Rand, Henry, tenant, Queen Street, St. Mary, Aldermary, 1214.

-, Joseph, felony, Barbados, 61.

-, Thom., Excise Office clerk for country books, 132, 1458.

Randall (Randle, Randyll, and see Randolph), Anne, heiress of Sir T. Gould, 1636, 1720.

-, Barth[olomew], rebel in the West, 419.

-, Grace, daughter of Henry, lease, Boyton, 356.

-, Henry, lease, Boyton, Cornwall, 356.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, waiter, Hastings port, 15, 25.

-, Margaret, daughter of Henry, lease, Boyton, 356.

-, Robert, tidesurveyor's place, Harwich, 1001, 1070.

-, Wilmot, daughter of Henry, lease, Boyton, 356.

Randall versus Culmer, case, 459.

Randes see Rands.

Randle see Randall.

Randolph (Randall), Edward, collector, surveyor and searcher of Customs, New England, or at Boston, 40, 289, 330, 341, 342, 343, 362, 413, 414, 795, 854, 928, 1268, 1270, 136970, 1394, 1409, 1418, 1692, 2072; reducing New England to obedience, 95; surveyor of woods, New England, 351, 3656; New England masts, 377, 384; deputy in New England to Auditor Blathwaite, 363, 1691.

-, Leo, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

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

Rands (Randes), Christopher, of Hickham, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1806.

-, S., rent of Riseholme parsonage, 2085.

Randue, Theodore, keeper of the upper houses and leads and butts, Windsor Castle, 281, 288, 15234, 1586, 2162.

Ranelagh, Earl of, see Jones, R.

Ranforces and Alamodes, patent for, 1816, 1917, see Alamodes.

Rangeworthy see Ringworth.

Ransom (Ransome), Andr., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Anne, wife of John, and her daughter Anne, tenement, Fordingbridge, co. Southants, 1509.

-, John, senr. and junr., tenement, Fordingbridge, 1509.

Ransom of English slaves in Barbary see Redemption.

Rape Marsh (Isle of Grain), 2088.

Raphael designs or cartoons in the hands of W. Hewer and T. Povey, 80, 594, 644; to be returned to the Great Wardrobe, 80; Freges [frescoes] of, 1974; Gallery of the Vatican, 1974.

Rappahanock river (Maryland), 2017, 2061.

Rapson, Andr., rebel in the West, 415.

Rarny, Nicholas, Army pension, 1282.

Rascoe, Mr., Customs frauds composition, 1158.

Rashleigh, Jonathan, tin Convocation, 832.

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

Rasigade, Alex., goods from Italy, 2083.

Raspin, Tho., Vicar of Caistor, 2079.

Ratcliff see Radcliffe.

Rates, Book of, see Customs (book).

Rathardmoor (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Rathcool (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Rathcore (Moyfenrath barony, co. Meath), 567.

Rathdrum (co. Wicklow), 1954.

Rathduff (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Rathealy ("Rathelly, alias Rachelly") (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Ratherburne, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Rathgarvan (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

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

Rathkillyheene (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Rathmanagh (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Rathmartin see Kibbimartin.

Rathmea ("Rathmeath") (Fore barony, co. Meath), 569.

Rathmeene, alias Rathpheene (Kerrycurrihy barony, co. Cork), 570.

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

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

Rathnaleen see Ronaleen.

Rathnesmollogh (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 562.

Rathnew see Newrath.

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

Rathreynolds ("Rath Renold") (Slane barony, co. Meath), 570.

Rathronan (Rothronam), Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary, 549.

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

Ratisbon (Germany), 191, 731, 737, 877, 1493, 2052; Agent at, and Resident at, see Ambassadors.

Ratoath barony (co. Meath), 568, 569.

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

Ratt, Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

Ratteen, imports of, 915.

Rattenbury, Peter, of the Scilly Isles, shipper, 753.

Raullys see Rawley.

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

-, William, Vicar of Dunston and Scopwick, 2078.

Ravenglass (co. Cumberland), 223.

Raverick, David, importing prints, beads, pictures and books for the King and Queen and Chapel Royal, 7334, 891, 1289, 1438, 1521, 1587.

Raw, Richard, of St. Columb Major, lease of Princes Meadow, Kennington, 667, 696.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 424.

Rawbane, Edward, rebel in the West, 423.

Rawley (Raullys and see Raleigh), Henrietta Maria, rights in the Church of St. Dunstan's in the West, 659, 665.

-, (Plawley), Mr., robbery of jewels in the mail, 1809.

Rawlins, Thomas, lands, Ireland, 569.

-, -, innholder, Gloucester, 1661.

-, William, shipmaster, 572.

Rawlinson, Mr., Customs seizer, London, 1830.

-, Robert, merchant, London, 260.

-, Sir Thomas, sheriff of London, 1645.

-, Thomas, surety for J. Nash, 1766, 1772.

Rawson, Joseph, of Ailesbury, collector of Excise, Hants, 500, 614, 663.

-, Thomas, petition for surveyorship of Selby, Yorks, 1560.

-, -, Vicar of Sileby, co. Leicester, 2075.

Rawworth, Mr., Tangier, victuals, 331.

Raxworthey, William, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Ray, Humphry, waiter, Tenby, 432.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 561.

Raymond, Ann, wife of Sir Jonathan, daughter and executrix of P. Gemmat, Irish revenue farmer, 1423.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 424.

-, George, Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands in the Severn, 680.

-, John, a Recusant, brother of Sir Jonathan, 527, 641.

-, Sir Jonathan, alderman of London, 120, 527, 641, 1423, 1425.

-, Mr., Treasury proceedings against, 459.

-, Thomas, a King's waiter, London port, 413, 538, 759, 766, 828, 1001, 1035, 1168.

-, William, rebel in the West, 424.

Raynbeard, Nicholas, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Raynell see Raynold.

Rayner, John, of East Drayton, lease of the profits of courts, Kirton in Lindsey, 1379, 1473, 17789.

Raynes see Raines.

Raynhurst ("Rainhurst," co. Kent) and Haredopp, 887.

Raynold (Raynell), Christopher, gent., of Cassington, Recusant, 455.

-, Thomas, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Dorset etc., 1804.

Raynsford see Rainsford.

Raynton, Nicholas, landwaiter, Lyme Regis, 1949.

Rea, Mr., business between him and Mr. Church, 807.

-, Robert, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Read (Reed, Reid, Reads), Benj., country accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 131, 180, 1860.

-, Edward, waiter, Broadstairs, 203.

-, Henry, tenant of Totham Creek, co. Essex, 2088.

-, -, tenant of marsh in Leigh, co. Essex, 2089.

-, Capt. John, grant of the gauging of butter cask, 48.

-, John, of St. Ives, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696.

-, -, Quaker, Suffolk, 631.

-, -, tidesman, Looe port, 1792.

-, Joseph, petition for place of surveyor, Carlisle port, 2073.

-, Mr. (Marryott's lease), 891.

-, -, vicar of Windsor, 1724.

-, Morgan, house, Tangier, 304.

-, Osmund, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Thomas, lease, Linkinhorne, 144.

-, -, junr., lease, Linkinhorne, 144.

-, William, shipmaster, 704.

-, -, of North Bradley, Wilts, husbandman, rebel in the West, 422, 2005.

-, (Reads), William, tradesman to the Great Wardrobe, 1427, 1702.

Reading (Reding), Balthazar, Gregorian in the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

-, Edward, porter of the King's lodgings, Whitehall, a tidewaiter, London, 1987.

-, Margaret, wife to Miles, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Miles, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mr., proposals concerning Hatfield Chase, 747, 11567.

-, Nathaniel, of the Inner Temple, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1695; prosecuting sedition at Epworth, 1414.

-, Nicholas, tidesman, London, 1475.

-, Peter, gunner, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 847.

-, Sir Robert, patent for lighthouses, Ireland, 1324, 1761.

Reading (co. Berks), 1020, 1696, 1982. Stablekeeper at, see Welbeck, R.

Reagh, see Maccartie, Reagh.

Reals, 1658; plate, 574; Hispan., 1345, 2040.

Reape, James, poor Tangier soldier, 368.

-, John, poor Tangier soldier, 385.

Rearhuriagh (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Reason, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Rebellion (1642), 231, 667, 697, 716, 779, 793, 860, 942, 967, 984, 1080, 1244, 1445, 1453, 1488, 1995.

-, (Monmouth's) in the West, 229, 254, 280, 289, 332, 359, 436, 576, 602, 645, 650, 680, 706, 709, 717, 718, 809, 855, 928, 933, 1002, 1057, 1097, 1109, 1120, 1178, 1194, 1200, 1224, 1259, 1300, 1312, 1493, 1606, 1618, 16845, 1960, and see Scott, James.
-, names of rebels, 283, 41425, 469, 531, 53940, 809, 919, 1066, 1097, 1111, 1167, 1244, 1253, 1529, 15445, 1574, 1596, 1618, 1630, 1721, 1782, 1820, 1829, 1846, 1973, 1975, 1987, 20026.
-, trials of rebels, 284, 300, 353, 476, 661, 16845.
-, rebels' estates, Commissioners to enquire of, and trustees for sale of, 378, 41425, 463, 522, 524, 5456, 665, 873, 10467, 1056, 1084, 1096, 1120, 1156, 1189, 1190, 1243, 1267, 1341, 1348, 1354, 1366, 1388, 1416, 1418, 1439 40, 1459, 1529, 1545, 1574, 1596, 1600, 1618, 1630, 16834, 1721, 1733, 1798, 1819, 1827, 1829, 1838, 18947, 1952, 19667, 2002 6, 2042.
-, battle of Sedgemoor and victory over the rebels, 466, 512, 532, 620, 892, 902.
-, pardons and Proclamations for rebels, 531, 680, 717, 836.
-, soldiers and ships employed against, 2878, 405, 408, 467, 525, 5312, 623, 642, 650, 659, 670, 676, 683, 686, 793, 927, 985, 1057, 1133, 1196, 1212, 1269, 1276, 1289, 1306, 1317, 1332, 1347, 1350, 1408, 1459, 1479, 1518, 1522, 1553, 1607, 1653, 1660, 1720, 1776, 1783.
-, sufferings of loyalists in the rebellion, 125, 244, 257, 326, 460.

Receipt Roll see Exchequer Receipt.

Receivers, delinquent see Delinquent.

-, - paying 12 per cent. interest, 148.

-, of assessments see Assessments and under each county separately.

-, of Crown Revenues see under each county separately.

- of Recusants' forfeitures see Roman Catholic.

Reckill (Ireland), 549.

Records, burning of, in the fire at the Temple, 261.
-, of the Augmentation Office see Augmentation.
-, of the King's Bench see King's Bench.
-, of the Court of Wards and Liveries see Wards.
-, of the House of Lords see Lords, House.
-, in the Long Gallery, Whitehall, 126.
-, of the Petty Bag see Petty Bag.
-, in the Receipt see Exchequer Receipt (Deputy Chamberlain); Exchequer (Treasury).
-, in the Rolls Chapel see Rolls.
-, in the Tower see Tower.
-, of Star Chamber see Star.
-, at Whitehall see Whitehall; keeper of, see Williamson, Sir J.

Records of surpluses see Sheriffs' accounts.

Recusants see mainly Roman Catholics; but there are also included under this term the Nonconformists generally, for which see Dissenters, Nonconformists, Congregational, Presbyterian, Quakers.

Red Deer Inn (York Buildings, London), 738.

- wood, 189, 221, 225, 226, and see Logwood.

-, Saunders wood, seizures of, 117, 202, 1625.

Redbeard, William, rebel in the West, 423.

Redbourne (co. Lincoln), 1851; Vicarage, 2076.

Redbridge (co. Southants), 591.

Redemption of English slaves from Barbary, collections for, issues out of and arrears of, 345, 136, 154, 171, 178, 2112, 248, 294, 315, 346, 389, 404, 533, 687, 692, 700, 765, 816, 899, 908, 933, 938, 9645, 980, 997, 1034 5, 1040, 1079, 1105, 1155, 1260, 1271, 1347, 13989, 1449, 1459, 1658, 166970, 1769, 1879, 2146, 2153.
-, accounts of collection moneys to be sent to the Privy Council, 1034.
-, receiver for arrears of, see Middletion, W.
-, collection moneys paid partly into the Chamber of London, 1034.
-, Committee of Council for, 2030.
-, price of slaves, 212, 248, 965, 1105.
-, names of slaves, 965, 1879.

Redemption of slaves taken in the late Dutch war with Tangier, 15589.

Redford, Thomas, shipmaster, 687, 1027.

Redham Smith marsh (Iwade, co. Kent), 883.

Redhead, John, groom employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

Reding see Reading.

Redland (co. Gloucester), 819, 820, 1066.

Redman, Daniel, lands, Ireland, 567.

Redmayne, John, printer, 640.

Redmore (Kells barony, co. Meath), 564.

Redriff or Rotherhithe (London), 204, 252, 8813, 887, 1371, 1672, 1676; Lime Wharf, 882; wall, 1672.

Redruth (co. Cornwall), blowing house, 132.

Redwood, Thomas, rebel in the West, 420.

-, -, mason employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1643.

Reed, Reede, see Read.

Reeke (Reken), Baron de, Envoy from the Duke of Hanover, 327.

Reeve (and see Reeves), Anne, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Benjamin, certificate concerning the Duke of York's lands in Ireland, 1900.

-, George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

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

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

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, wife of Thomas, and her daughter Mary, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, daughter to William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, daughter to Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Robert, tenant of marsh in Fowness Island (Essex), 2092.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, husband of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, late, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, of Rowington, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124, 1127.

-, -, late, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

Reeves (Reves, and see Reeve), George, enquiring of rebels in co. Dorset, 546.

-, Henry, petition for a quayman's place, London port, 1643.

-, -, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

-, James, coxswain of the Diamond, 1994.

-, John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Mr. (Mr. Clark's petition), 915.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179, see Rivers and Ryves.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

-, William, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

Regalities see Anchorage duty.

Rege Pretten, merchant, London, goods for Mr. Innes, 1816.

Regicides, 1520, 1741, 1868, 1995, see Love, N.; Wallop, R.

Register of loans see Linen, Tobacco.

Register of ships inward, London port, and of tidesmen boarding same, 857.

Registry see Mercury Office.

-, Plantations, see Plantations (registry).

-, of loans see Linen Duty, Tobacco Duty.

-, public, of names of servants in England and Wales, 10812.

Regnier, Daniel, goods from France, 2129.

Regulus used for copper alloy for the Mint, 1623.

Reid see Read.

Reigate (Surrey), 659; and Howleigh manor, purchase by the King of a moiety of, 161, 457, 672, 742, 979, 1005, 1373, 1376, 1392, 1397, 15812, 1639, 1708, 1818, 1846, 1882, 1945, 2114, 2130; lands of (Glovers Hill, Gowens Farm, Pax Mead, Sellfield, Gaunders Coppice, Rushitt, Gowne's Farm, Petteridge Innholmes, Vigghey, Plashutt, Bennells, Keepersfield, Lords Mead, The Toll, Coney Warren on Reigate Heath, The Park, Ganders Coppice), 1581; Friday or Fridays Mead, 1581, 1945.

-, Castle, 672.

-, Court rolls, 1376, 1382, 1993.

-, steward of, see Thurland, E.; Benwick, B.

-, tithes to the Vicar of, 1581.

Reighton (co. Yorks), rectory, 1978.

Reiley see Ryley.

Reimer, Eden ap, co. Anglesea, murder of, 458.

Reis (Portuguese money), 662, 1596.

Religienses deux, picture of, 992.

Reliquaries belonging to the Duke of Grafton, 993.

Remembrancer see Exchequer (Court, King's Remembrancer, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer) First Fruits.

Remington, Mr., Crown Law payment, 1684.

Remorat, Mr., debt to from Tangier officers, 843.

Removing Wardrobe see Wardrobe.

Remy, Bryan, Vicar of East Halton, 2079.

Renalls, William, see Reynolds.

Rendell, James, debt to Hy. Cornish. 472.

Rendrick see Kendrick.

Rene, Guillaume de la, shipping the Duke of Grafton's goods and pictures from Rouen, 991.

Rene see Wren.

Renen, Peter, of London, brandy merchant, 352, 376.

Rengybanke, alias Rinjabanke, see Delamere Forest.

Renhall, George, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Renhold (co. Beds), vicarage, 2074.

Renie, Marquise de [? Renel, Marguerite Therese Colbert, wife of Louise de Clermont, Marquis de Renel], going to Denmark, 332.

Rennett, William, of Exeter, merchant, 1647.

Rensler, Mr., debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Repose see Bonrepos.

Repper, Peter, boatman, Harwich, 765.

Reprenne, alias Reprinne Bridge (Lostwithiel), 1851.

Requests, Masters of, 14, 426, see Cotterell, Sir C., Povey, T., Morley, C., Glascock, Sir W.

Reresby, Sir John, Governor of York City, 1602; caveat concerning St. Mary's, York, 291, 311, 323, 1529, 1566, 1602.

Resigni, Monsieur, of Modena, in England for the Coronation, 141.

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

Ressroe Cappagh (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Restormel Park and Castle, Lostwithiel, 1852.

Restoration, the, 747, 771, 1028, 1110, 1183, 1233, 1245, 1388, 1419, 1526, 1693, 1734, 1780, 2144; treaty for, 11089.

Restorick, Josi or John, of Culliton, Devon, husbandman, rebel in the West, 415, 2006.

Retailer or importer, legal definition of, 287, 357.

Retford (co. Notts), 138; Deanery, 1978.

Retorick, Thomas, gent., outlaw, custodiam of his lands, 971.

Retrenchments in departmental establishments see Army (general officers); Jewel Office; King's falconers; Wardrobe; Royal Household.

-, method of, 103.

- (1677), (1678), (1679-84), see Suspension.

-, late, 1114, 1591.

Retrospect see Wine Act.

Reuse see Rouse.

Revans see Rivans.

Revels and Masques see King's (revels).

Revenue see Assessments, Customs, Excise, Hearthmoney, Hackney Coaches, Wine.
-, King's casual revenue, proposals for improving, 1408.
-, loss of credit by postpone of bills of exchange, 251.
-, Commissioners, Ireland, see Ireland (revenue).

Reves see Reeves, Ryves.

Rewse see Rouse.

Rexford, Daniell, commander of the Customs smack at Plymouth, 353, 354.

Reymes, Bullen, debtor to the King, assets of, 126; Col., Sick and Wounded accounts, 1656.

-, -, son of Col., 1656.

Reynald (and see Reynolds), Susan, widow, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Reynardson, Jacob, mortgage on J. Langley, 1807.

Reynolds (Rainolds, Renalls), Alexander, servant to Lord Arlington, a Groom of the Great Chamber, 1639.

-, Francis, pension, 211, 223, 442, 496, 662, 664, 786, 794, 903, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1493, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1878, 1881, 1891, 1999; Poll arrear, 678.

-, Isabella, widow of John, pension, 1521, 1617, 1790.

-, John, Groom of the Larder, 1521, 1617, 1790.

-, -, rebel in the West, 421.

-, -, his marsh, Tollesbury, Essex, 2092.

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

-, Mr., tenant of marsh lands, Ramsey, Essex, 2091.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

-, -, boatman, Llanstephan, Milford port, 375.

-, Thomas, watchman, London, 871, 1949.

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

-, William, petition for tidewaiter's place, London, 751.

-, -, of Faversham, wool frauds, 1840, 1857, 1868.

Reynoldson, Thomas, Vicar of Hogsthorpe, 2077; ditto of Mumby, 1774.

Rhayader (co. Radnor), 1683, 1699.

Rh, Isle of (France), 712.

Rhea, James, porter to the tin farthings, 1623.

Rhine wine see Wine.

-, Upper Rhine, 1902.

Rho see Illermin.

Rhode Island, Governor of, 192.

Rhodes (and see Roads), Samuel, of Lincolns Inn, clerk in the Alienation Office for endorsing writs, 143, 158, 1612, 1617, 1888.

-, -, of Luton, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' Fines, co. Beds, etc., 1982.

Rhuddlan Marsh (co. Denbigh), 758.

Rhydberth (co. Pembroke), chapel, 1428.

Rhydygolie (Brawdy, co. Pembroke), 909.

Ribbons, prohibition of import of, 587, 705.

Ribton, George, shipmaster, 3167, 512.

Ricardy (Riccardy), Lady Frances, daughter of John, 5th Marquess of Winchester, and husband of Lewis de Ricardie of France, petition for a Customs place for her husband, 1156.

-, Lewis, Customs officer, 1156, 1278.

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

Rich, Sir Charles, of London, baronet fee, 1894.

-, Henry, 1st Earl of Holland, trustee for Queen Henrietta Maria, 1164; Groom of the Stole to Charles I, 1109.

-, Mr., tenant, Christchurch, Surrey, 1821.

-, Sir Peter, a Commissioner for concealed lands in several counties, 322, 463, 6923, 739, 1057; Navy provisions, 711, 856; Chamberlain of London, 2100, 2152; redemption moneys, 816, 938.

-, Sir Robert, of Suffolk, baronet fee, 1894.

Richards (Richars and see Rickards), Ann, widow, purveyor to the Horse Guards, 1819, 1969.

-, Bennet, Excise Office, 831, 1152; Customs officer, 1278.

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

-, Eliz., widow, tenant, Wombridge, 1399.

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

-, Godfry, stationer to the Hearthmoney Office, 1799, 2154; ditto to the Excise Office, 694, 1457, 1533, 2155.

-, John, Postmaster General, Paris, treaty with the English Post Office for forwarding English letters, 575, 11889, 1513.

-, -, Passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, of Marston Bigott, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2004.

-, Margaret, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Mr., auditor, co. Radnor, 1486.

-, Nathaniel, petition for Hearthmoney place, 142.

-, Peter, boatman, Hurst, 1278.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Col. [? Solomon], Regiment of, 2153.

-, Thomas, undersheriff of Wilts, 1031.

-, William, for H. Harris, Yeoman of the Revels, 1457.

Richardson, Antho., Quaker, co. Northumberland, 631.

-, Capt., carrying rebels for trial in the West, 1068, 1684.

-, Edward, waterman, London port, 2108; weighing porter, ibid., 1241.

-, Francis, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

-, John, assistant to the country accomptant in the Excise Office, 131, 165, 1180, 1860.

-, -, chapel keeper at St. James's, 504.

-, -, payment for services [against the rebels in the West], 638, and see Richardson, Mr.

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

-, -, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, Mr. (and see Richardson, John), Crown witness, 459, 1068.

-, Richard, petition for a Customs place, 1378.

-, -, keeper of the Privy Garden, 1958.

-, -, of Lentworth, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Lancs, 1695, 2035; ditto for co. Yorks etc., 1696.

-, Samuel, Accountant General in the Hearthmoney Office, 131.

-, Sarah, tenant of South Benfleet marsh, Essex, 2089.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London, 370, 952.

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

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

-, William, a messenger of the Chamber, 247, 2107.

-, -, master of Newgate Gaol, 711.

-, -, assistant surveyor at the Pill, Bristol port, 936.

Richbell, Capt. Edward, Irish revenue farm, 1489, 1560, 2041, 2046.

Richenson, Mr., notary public at Redriff Wall, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1672.

Richman (Richmand) see Richmond.

Richmond (Richman, Richmand), Geo., a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

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

Richmond, Duke of, see Lennox, C., Stuart, C.; Duchess of, see Stewart, M. and F. T.

-, Duke of [? Henry Fitzroy or Ludovic Stuart], lands of, 1476.

-, and Derby, Lady Margaret, Divinity Lecture, Oxford, 606, 964, 1610.

Richmond Herald see Dethick, H., and Heralds College.

Richmond (New York), 1707.

-, co. Surrey, 516, 1389, 1673, 1676; manor (West Sheene), Court Leet of, 76; steward of, 1563, see Coell, Sir J.; waterworks from the Thames, 227, 365; ferry, lease of, 1001, 1303, 1355, 1389, 1820; Richmond lands, 1389; royal family at, 1089; the Green before the King's house at, 10312, 1219; building at, 2050, 2123, 2139.
-, Park see New Park; gamekeeper at, 1873, see Doughty, Capt. W.

- (co. Yorks), 1112, 1240, 1766, 1935; Honor of, 837.
-, Archdeacon of, 1162.
-, Archdeaconry, 1215, 1547, 1825.

Rickards, Richard, Canary [wines] merchant, 2055.

Rickesey, William, junr., of Sandwich, smuggler, 1841.

Rickham, Geo., a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1982.

Rickman, Geo., rebel in the West, 416.

Rickmansworth (co. Herts), 539, 1674, 1983; East Mead meadow, 539; Moore Park, 539.

Ricors Court (? co. Stafford), 1695.

Ridderly, William, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Riddle, Robert, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1710.

-, Thomas, a Justice of Peace, co. Northumberland, 2070; a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696, 1805, 1982.

Riddlesdale, Jose, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Rider (Ryder, Riders), Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, George, arrest of Burton, 298, 308, 332.

-, Marke or Martin, of the Inner Temple, counsel, a Commissioner for concealed lands in divers counties, 693, 739; ditto for derelict lands in Kent and Essex, 1868, 1944, 2062.

-, Mary, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Richard, postmaster of Ely, 1697.

-, Susan, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Thomas, boatman, Margate, 1500, 1556.

-, -, rent of the Treasury Office of the Navy, 150, 577, 925, 941, 9734, 1027, 1033, 1150, 1306, 1349, 1497.

Ridgeley, Lieut., of Trelawney's Regiment, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 846.

Ridges, Mr., sumpture cloths for Charles II, 1134, 1325.

-, William, lands, Ireland, 567.

Ridgeway, John, tenant, Macclesfield, 1336.

Ridgmont (co. Bedford), vicarage, 2075.

Riding house see Royal Stables.

Ridley, Thomas, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Ridsdell, Edward, understeward of Ripon Liberty, co. Yorks, 1732, 1751, 1778.

Riga masts for the Navy, 1543.

Rigden, Mr., importing molasses, 1856.

-, Robert, tidesman, London port, 200.

Riley see Ryley.

Rimewell (and see Rymehilt), Mr., patent for Pointz's place as arrasmaker to the King, 644.

Rimmer, Tho., tidesman, Poole and Swansea see Rymer, Tho.

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

Rincome see Van Rincome.

Ringanstown (Deece barony, co. Meath), 568.

Ringcurran (co. Cork), 2046.

Rings for the King and Queen for the Coronation, 68, 69.

Ringsend (co. Dublin), 1371.

Ringwood (co. Southants), 416, 894, 970, 1387, 1443.

Ringworth [Rangeworthy] (co. Gloucester), 1501.

Rio de la Hacha (river, Colombia, America), 1522.

Riots, 1129, and see Hearthmoney (resistance).

Ripon (co. Yorks), 454; charter, 1064; coal mines in Liberty of, 967, 1624, 1732, 1751, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1947, 1948.

Ripp, James, Tangier soldier, 408, 465, 938, 1254.

Ripple manor (co. Kent), 883.

Ripton Regis, co. Huntingdon, 1921, 1922.

Risby (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2076.

-, (co. Yorks), 1826.

Risclirane (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

Rise (co. Yorks), 1367.

Riseholme (co. Lincoln), 2085.

Risingsworth (hundred, Berks), 501.

Rislin (co. Radnor), 1699.

Rither, John, of Scarcroft, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696.

Ritland marsh (Denbigh), 712.

Riva, Francis, goods for the Queen, 1224, 1499.

Rivans (Ryvanes, Revans), John, estate escheated by suicide, 109, 146, 201, 248, 251, 258, 268, 434, 1046, 1152.

River (co. Kent), 887.

Rivers, Earl, see Savage, T.

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

-, Geo., collector's place in the Excise, 623.

-, Robert, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179, see Reeve and Ryves.

-, Tho., executor of T. Martin, Jamaica, 203.

Riverstown (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 567.

Rives see Ryves.

Rivet (Rivett), John, brasier, suicide, 952.

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

-, -, importing canvas, 1733.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Rix, John, executed for killing his wife, 246, 403, 452.

-, -, junr., grant of his father's forfeited estate, 246, 403, 452.

Rix dollars, 254.

Roach (Roache), Ensign David, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 844.

-, John, tidesman, Lynn Regis, 1076, 1212, 1611.

-, Capt. Maurice, of Trelawney's Regiment, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 846.

Roack, Hannah, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

Road (co. Somerset), 2003.

Roadmain, Thomas, postmaster of Northall, 1676.

Roads, Edward, Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Roan Mooly (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Roane, Banks, tidesman, Ilfracombe, 2108.

Roanoke (Virginia), 288.

Roanstown, alias Rodmanstown (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

Roantoby (? Ringkjobing, Denmark), 86.

Robartes, Charles Bodvile, Visct. Bodmin, 2nd Earl of Radnor, keeper of Carnarvon Castle, 325; lease, Cornwall, 1779, 1852; goods for, 2017.

-, John, 2nd Lord Robartes, Visct. Bodmin and 1st Earl of Radnor, 1147; lease, Cornwall, 1779; Lord Privy Seal (to 1679), 6.

Robbers, reward for convicting, 474.

Robbins see Robins.

Robeene (Kilkenny), 561.

Robert, Jane, daughter of John, 913.

-, John, tenement, Mewsham, Cornwall, 913.

-, -, see Roberts, John.

-, Priscilla, daughter of John, 913.

Roberts, Andoenus, lease, Anglesea, 458.

-, Carola, pensions, 488, 496, 711.

-, Ed., of Dover, Customs information, 1517.

-, James, bailiff, London, levying arrears of assessments, 1450.

-, John, son of Peter, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

-, -, tenement, Mewsham, co. Cornwall, 860.

-, Jose, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Joseph, prosecuting Dissenters in Kent, 367.

-, Mathew, plumber of Windsor Castle, 1348, 1938.

-, Mr., Victualler, Mitcham, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Owen, Crown Law payments to, 1683.

-, -, lease, Anglesea, 458, 490.

-, Paschasia, wife of Peter, 1849.

-, Peter, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

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

-, Robert, going Envoy to Denmark, 583.

-, -, lease, Anglesea, 458.

-, Samuel, Collector of Hearthmoney, co. Wilts, 125.

-, Thomas, pistol maker, 141.

-, -, apothecary, Tangier, soldiers' debt to, 843, 847, 1563.

-, -, freeholder, Porthaetwy Common, 1527.

-, -, lease, Anglesea, 458.

-, -, joiner, work at St. James's, 2164.

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

-, -, boatman, Nangle, 1827, 2009.

-, -, tidesman, London, 2008.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 2028.

-, William, son of Peter, tenement, Carnedon Prior, 1849.

-, -, a Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

-, -, a Commissioner for examining the Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840.

-, -, Receiver of the Honor and Castle of Windsor, 38, 189, 387, 700, 1107, 1376; Paymaster of the Works, Windsor, 38, 66, 123, 206, 274, 297, 393, 398, 403, 4112, 445, 533, 676, 725, 747, 799, 973, 1173, 1185, 1198, 1275, 1416, 1417, 1448, 1451, 1490, 1528, 1679, 1750, 1796, 1829, 1911, 1975, 1990; accounts, 272, 44950, 652.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, co. Oxford, 1400.

-, Sir William, bond to Richard Kent, Customs Receiver, 1378, 1511.

Roberts Mill (Kilkenny Liberties), 561.

Robertson, Charles, tidesurveyor, London, 1549, 2161.

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

-, Mr., tidesman, Cowes, 1929.

-, Sam., merchant, Algiers Dutch prize, 1225, 1255, 12901, 1322.

ROBES, Office of, accounts, 38, 217, 271, 713, 1149, 1355, 1599, 1638, 1650, 16578, 1776.
-, Clerk of the Robes and Wardrobes, 713, see Gibbon, James.
-, establishment, 1848.
-, fees and vails of measurage and poundage, 946, 1446, 1874.
-, Groom of the Robes to the King see Rowdis, J.
-, Master and Gentleman of the Robes (see Godolphin, S., Sidney, H., Herbert, A., Howard, Lord Thos.); issues to, for the Office of the Robes and for his own salary, 409, 661, 754, 757, 946, 1018, 1055, 1357, 1445, 1446, 1574, 1727, 1728, 1735, 1739, 1813, 1834, 1848, 1980, 1983, 2103; 200l. per an. to, out of the Household establishment, 1014.
-, Office for the Robes and Wardrobes in Scotland Yard, 1402, 1850.
-, provisions of, for the King and Queen, for the Coronation, 6971; Parliament robes, 69; Robes of State, 69.
-, rooms for his Majesty's robes, 713.
-, tailor to, see Bocock, T.
-, tradesmen to, 384, 409; goods furnished by, 1572, 16578, 1735.

Robes for Knights of the Garter see Garter.

Robethon, Jean, lace merchant, Paris, 693.

Robient, Peter, his marsh, Bradwell, co. Essex, 2092.

Robin Hood's Bay (co. Yorks), 1242.

Robins (Robbins, Robyns), charity tenant, Locking, 1967.

-, Eleanor, tenant, Locking, 1967.

-, Eliz., nurse to the sick, Tangier, 1642.

-, -, wife of Isaac, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Henry, laceman to the Stables, 1410.

-, Isaac, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

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

-, John, rebel in the West, 415, 418.

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

-, Jose, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Lancelot, petition for stewardship of Chelsea Hospital, 2000.

-, Marg[aret], daughter of Isaac, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mary, daughter of Isaac, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

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

-, Thomas, tenant, Locking, 1967.

Robinson, Alex., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Andrew, tidesman, Bridlington, 147.

-, Bartholomew, shipmaster, 693.

-, Charles, informing against Ralph Howard, 2167.

-, -, Lieut.-Col., of the Guards, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 845, 1660, 1680, 1771.

-, David, keeper of Audley End Park, 1281.

-, Dorothy, widow of Henry Robinson, who settled the Post Office, pension, 124.

-, Edmund, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Francis, deputy King's waiter, London, 2009.

-, George, executor, assignee and manager of Lord Townshend's farm of the coal duty, 63, 207, 230, 452, 496, 616.

-, Sir Henry, repayment of loans, 166, 178, 281.

-, James, tenant, Lawston, 1921.

-, Jane, daughter of Sir Robert, 1681.

-, John, interim Resident and afterwards Agent in the Court of Sweden, 94, 111, 134, 181, 184, 1395, 1410, 1482, 1494, 14945, 15745, 1580, 1581, 1669, 1680, 1685, 2012, 2016, 2110, 2119.

-, -, of Hull, loyal Recusant, 626.

-, -, commander of the Revenge from Bermudas, 2035, 2040.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Rotherhithe, 883.

-, -, Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 381; Lieutenant of the Tower, 1828; baronet fee, 850.

-, -, -, of Northants, his father's baronet fee, 759.

-, Mary, lands, Barbados, 1621.

-, -, daughter of Sir Robert, 1681.

-, Mr., debt to Lord Colepeper, Virginia, 710.

-, -, a Quaker, Bermudas, 2169.

-, -, and his son, witnesses in case against Seaton et al., 2106.
-, evidence as to the bounds of the Tower of London, 2107.

-, [? William], Parliament House at Dublin, 1324.

-, -, Customs seizer, 766.

-, Peter, Ensign, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 575.

-, Richard, one of the King's musicians, 130.

-, -, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, Sir Robert, Governor of Bermudas, 955, 960-1, 1000, 1004, 1031, 1043, 1047, 1229, 1240, 1262, 1554, 1618, 1681, 1692, 1709, 1801, 1835, 1941, 2014, 2026, 2040, 21689.

-, Thomas, tidewaiter, Newcastle, 798.

-, -, tenant, Swineshead, 1320, 1567.

-, -, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

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

-, Titus, petition for a tidesman's place, London, 1343.

-, Wastell, of Wensley, Yorks, trustee for the Marquess of Winchester's fee farms, 1826.

-, William, Surveyor General, Ireland, 1640, 1761, 2047.

-, -, landwaiter's place, St. Ives, 916, 1040.

-, -, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Dr. William, silver mine in Durham, 1186, 1298-9, 1438.

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

Robotham, William, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

Robson, Mr. [official of the Great Wardrobe], 1817.

-, Thomas, clerk and paymaster of impost bills, 391, 1078, 1305, 1306, 1879; in behalf of Col. Stede, Governor of Barbados, 1197, 1228; grant of B. Lloyd's debt, 1268, 1363, 1499, 16456; ambassadorial bills of exchange, 1811; agent to the Earl of Carlingford, Envoy to Germany, 2142; petition for the Customership of Bristol port, 2149; delivering letters, 758.

Rocario, John de, goods for the Fathers at Somerset House, 1913.

Roche (Roch and see Rock), David, 9th Visct. Roche, pension on the Irish establishment, 1746.

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

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, petition for collectorship, Mallow, Ireland, 1489.

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

-, Mary, wife of Edward, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Maurice, 8th Visct. Roche, pension on the Irish establishment to his children, 1746.

-, Mr., Captain, Tangier, 668.

-, -, messenger, Brentford, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, Mris., goods for, 529.

-, Ro., Hearthmoney, Trowbridge, 125.

-, William, Volunteer from Holland, 1814.

Rochelle (France), 1242, 2120.

Rochester, Earl of, see Hyde, Lawrence.

Rochester (co. Kent), 12, 14, 218, 345, 361, 363, 515, 600, 859, 894, 1066, 1186, 1224, 1350, 1667, 1711, 1949, 2028, 2158.
-, Bishop of, 972, see Spart, T.; his right to Assize fines, 46, 71.
-, bishopric tenths, 51, 691, 1314.
-, Church Liberties, 46, 71.

Rochford (co. Essex), 2093.

Rock (and see Roche), Mr. or Mris., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Mr., house, Bury Street, St. James's, 752.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Rockford (Ellingham, co. Southants), 1509, 1510, 1511; Rockford Common Fields, 1510.

Rockingham Forest, Earl of Cardigan's title to, 1002.

-, -, verderers of, 1042.

Rockington (Speldhurst, Kent), 883.

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

Rodmanstown see Roanstown.

Rodney, George, lease of Lonhurst, 1067.

Rodway, Stephen, rebel in the West, 419.

Roe see Wroe.

Roelants, Henry, shipmaster, 368.

Roetiers (Rottiers), John, engraver to the Mint, 598, 628, 827, 940, 1188, 1346, 1480, 1544, 1795, 1887, 1999, 2039, 2101, 2118.

-, Joseph, engraver to the Mint, 628, 827, 1188, 1346, 1544, 1795, 1887, 1999, 2039, 2101, 2118.

-, Philip, engraver to the Mint, 628, 827, 1188, 1346, 1544, 1795, 1887, 1999, 2039, 2101, 2118.

Roetiers, garden in the Mint, 291, 701, 720, 749.

Roffey, Richard, tenant, Reigate, 1581.

Roger (and see Rogers), John, rebel in the West, 419.

Rogers, Ann (ne Pendrell), wife of John, pension for Worcester fight escape, 78, 249, 390, 661, 742, 786, 794, 904, 906, 1062, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1494, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1878, 1880, 1991, 1999.

-, Bryan, Deputy Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 263; of Falmouth, 2111.

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

-, -, tenant, Great Staughton, 2067.

-, Francis, keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall, 124, 195, 345.

-, Frideswide, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

-, Henry, petition for Excise place, 750.

-, Herbert, a Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Worcester, 1696.

-, Hinton, Comptroller's clerk in the Hearthmoney Office, 375, 385.

-, Humphry, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, John, husband of Anne, pension, 78, 249, 390, 661, 742, 786, 794, 904, 906, 1062, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1494, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1878, 1880, 1991, 1999; Poll arrear, 678.

-, -, house carpenter, building a dry dock at Chatham, 28, 237, 328, 497.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418, 424.

-, -, of Maxstoke, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, petition for post groats of tin, 1505.

-, Sir John, sheriff of Dorset, 19201.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, -, of London, yeoman, Recusancy recognizance, 1021.

-, Robert, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, William, of Lincoln's Inn, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982; Charlton's estate, 1684.

-, -, of Oakley, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Worcester etc., 1696.

-, -, of Painswick, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Worcester etc., 1696.

Rogerstown (Coolestown barony, King's County), 562.

Roheenkeeles (Clanwilliam or Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Rokeby, Thomas, farmer of the aulnage in cos. Yorks and Lancs, 697.

Rokeby Cum Mortimer (co. Yorks), rectory, 1826.

Rolfe (Rolph), Edward, soldiers' debt to, at Tangier, 843.

-, -, tenant of Langenhoe Wick marsh, 2090.

-, Joseph, tidesman, Exeter, 2108.

-, William, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, -, land waiter, Lyme Regis, 1949.

Roll, John, Boyton, Cornwall, 449.

Rolleston, Francis, lands, Ireland, 556.
-, Capt. Francis, half pay, 196.

Rollet, Jane, widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Rolls, Capt. Arch., debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

Rolls Chapel, records in, 427.

-, Master of, 427, 1484, see Trevor, Sir J.

Rolls Marsh (Tollesbury, Essex), 2092.

Rolt, Henry, landwaiter, London, 48.

-, -, John, petition for a landwaiter's place, London, 2167.

-, Mr., father of Henry, 48.

-, Samuel, Whittlewood Forest timber, 14, 96, 573, 840, 1051.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Plymouth, 2073.

ROMAN crowns (money), 1356.

-, Empire, Holy, 1886, see Germany.

-, gloves, 1101, 2083.

-, Orvietan see Orvietan.

-, CATHOLICS, Recusants, individual cases and names, 480, 481, 808, 11229, 1156, 1380, 1385, 1436, 1572, 1645, 1759, 1765, 1791, 1830, 1881, 19213, 1962, 2170; (Quakers), 1303. (The term Recusants frequently includes Quakers and Nonconformists. See each of those heads.)
-, Act for Roman Catholics to remove out of Corporations, Ireland, 2131.
-, converts to, 1151, 1312, 2029.
-, convictions, 789, 1030, 1206.
-, Declaration of Liberty of Conscience, 1801, and see Indulgence.
-, disabled for office, 119.
-, discovery of Jesuits' and Recusants' estates, 29.
-, dismissed from employment in England, 2151, 2153, 2156, 2157, 2162; ditto in Ireland, 1417.
-, ejection of Catholic officers of the Customs etc. after the flight of James II, 2145, 2146, 2149, 2151, 2152, 2153, 2157, 2158, 2162, 2165.
-, enquiry Commissioners for the purpose of refunding or remitting fines and forfeitures, 1347, 1438, 1541, 16957, 18036, 1933, 1952, 19813, 1993, 2028, 20345, 20556.
-, Fathers at Somerset House see Somerset House.
-, fines and forfeitures, 152, 2145, 474, 503, 791, 12056; 20l. per month, 151, 481, 659, 718; two thirds estates, 151, 218, 808, 809, 854, 1030, 1058, 1138, 1206; sequestered lands, 659.
-, -, issues out of, 367, 413, 428, 498, 664, 687, 741, 906, 1036, 1051, 1083, 1115, 1196, 1228, 2104.
-, forfeited recognisances, 1020 2.
-, inquisitions, 1087, 1138.
-, issue of process, 193; summons of Pipe, 493, 711; writs of capias against, 1087; presentments at Quarter Sessions, 1138, 1206.
-, Jesuits, lands, forfeitures and suits against, 125, 324, 465, 897, 1088.
-, Justices assisting, 1630.
-, loyal Catholics, certificates for, and discharges of, 527, 624, 626, 637, 641, 808, 942, 984, 1058, 11229, 1156, 1453, 1479, 1616, and see Roman Catholic (refunding).
-, oaths of allegiance and supremacy see Oaths.
-, penal laws, 1801, 2159, 2161.
-, pensions to, 1479.
-, poor Irish and English in Rome, 1897.
-, Popish Plot see Popish; Catholics leaving England because of the Plot, 333.
-, priests prisoners, 465.
-, process, suspension of, for loyal Catholics, 49, 66, 132, 176, 204, 2145, 222, 255, 272, 467, 2022.
-, Receivers of Recusants' forfeitures, 151, 193, 217, 2512, 261, 268, 498, 795; their accounts, 528, 809, 818, 919, 9889, 102931, 1076, 1084, 10868, 1098, 11379, 1205 7, 12423, 1323, 1440, 1499, 1692, 1720, 1993.
-, Receivers' names see:
-, Baker, T. (for cos. Worcester, Gloucester and Hereford).
-, Bedford, S. (for cos. Oxford, Berks, Bucks, Beds and Herts).
-, Christian, W. (for cos. Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmorland, Durham, Berwick and Newcastle).
-, Clerk, E. (for Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge and Huntingdon).
-, Every, J. (for Cheshire and North Wales).
-, Justice, W. (for co. Yorks, North and East Ridings and Hull), 1139, 1207.
-, Kenyon, R. (for co. Lancs).
-, Langley, J. (for cos. Worcester, Gloucester, Hereford and Monmouth).
-, Lemmon, T. (for London and Middlesex).
-, Lynd, V. (for Westminster and St. Giles in the Fields).
-, Morris, Castilian (for co. Yorks, West Riding), 1084.
-, Pemberton, R. (for cos. Essex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex).
-, Powell, R. (for cos. Derby Notts and Leicester).
-, Smith, Symon (for cos. Wilts and Southants).
-, Wightwick, F. (for cos. Hereford, Salop, Stafford, Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Pembroke, Glamorgan and Radnor).
-, General Receiver for, see Ange, E.; allowance for, 467.
-, Receivers' poundage, 10878, 1139, 1207, 1720.
-, records of, 185, 454, 727, 1138, 1338, 1771, 2012, and see Exchequer Court (clerk of foreign estreats); writing farms and debts of Recusants see Pipe, Clerk of, Potenger, J.
-, refunding of forfeitures by sheriffs and suspension and stay of prosecution, 204, 2145, 251, 255, 4546, 481, 527, 626, 637, 641, 984, 1020 2, 1058, 1245, 1246, 1251, 1262, 1303, 1321, 1393, 1436, 1765, 1791, 1881, 19213, 2170; privy seal for same, 591, 61011.
-, roll of Recusants, 596, 932; drawing down and charging convictions see Exchequer (Court, Pipe).
-, servants of the Queen Dowager, 1134; always paid by special warrant, 1325.
-, sheriffs' accounts of Recusants' fines and seizures, 808, 1004, 1029, 1360; sheriffs' poundage, 795, 809; frauds in their returns, 791.
-, solicitor or manager [and general receiver] for the King in matter of Recusants, 49, 217, 1070, see Ange, E.
-, superstitious uses bequests and forfeitures of same, 125, 170, 296, 520, 535, 988.
-, Test Act see Test.

Roman gloves see Gloves.

Romano, Julio (Giulio Pippi), of Mantua, "Gallery" of, 1974.

Romayne, William, tidesman, Poole, 1827.

Rombald, Richard, traitor, see Rumbold, R.

Rome, 902, 1574, 1952.
-, Ambassadors to, see Ambassadors.
-, Pope of, see Pope.
-, prints of, 1972.
-, box of the building of, under Alexander VII, 1974.
-, Chair of St. Peter, 1974.
-, churches of, built by Clement IX, 1974.
-, fountains of palaces of, 1974.
-, fountains of Navarre's Piazza of Rome, 1974.
-, Great Altar of St. Peter, 1974.
-, St. Angelo's Castle, 1974.
-, St. Peter's Church, 1974.
-, St. Peter's Palace, 1974.

Romerill, Thomas, doorkeeper to the House of Lords, 491.

Romford (co. Essex), 1420, 1677.

Romney (and see Rumney), Simon, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for Trial Pieces, 2128.

Romney (co. Kent), 65, 116, 884.

Romsey (Rumsey and see Ramsey), Edward, warehousekeeper, Bristol port, 1475, 1556.

-, John, Poll arrear, 678.

-, -, town clerk of Bristol and clerk of Assizes there, 459 60, 985.

Ronaleen, alias Rothnaleen [Rathnaleen] (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Ronchi, James, almoner to the Queen, 525, 795, 904, 1342; lodgings in St. James's, 807.

Rondenier, Jaques la, husband of Gilliet, 1723.

-, Gilliet, servant to the Queen Mother, Henrietta Maria, 1723.

Rondi see Rowdis.

Ronquillo, Don Pedro de, Ambassador Extraordinary from Spain, 273.

Ronsele, Baron of, of Bruges, settling in Ireland, 1377.

Ronsignac, Monsieur, minister of the reformed religion, 612.

Roodeene, Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary, 561.

Rook (Rooke, Rooks), Capt. G., bill, 259.

-, Capt. Hamn[et], Hyman or Henry, of Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 846, 1050, 1142, 1397.

-, Henry, rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, merchant, tenement in Castle Close, Exeter, 1173, 1227, 1393, 14345, 1640, 1682, 1692, 1704, 1798.

-, -, petition for tidewaiter's place, London port, 1480, 1594.

-, William, sheriff of Kent, 71, 1478; Sir William, sheriff of Middlesex, 2175.

-, -, tenant, Fordingbridge, co. Southants, 1509.

-, -, Ensign in Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 846.

Rookeby, Thomas, sheriff of Yorks, 1776; a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696, 1805.

Rooksby, Willoughby, profits of Court of Kirton in Lindsey, 1473, 17789.

Roomcoyle (Rumquil), Mary, wife of Thomas, 670.

-, Capt. Thomas, Navy bills, 670, 853, 897, 906, 1003, 1882, 1974.

Roope (Roop), Edward, Collector, Dartmouth, 1594.

-, John, Customer of Exeter port, 65; ditto of Barnstaple and Bideford, 83; ditto of Dartmouth, 261.

Rooper see Roper.

Roote, Anthony, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Rooth, Capt., and Irish merchant at Rotterdam, 988.

Roothing Abbots (co. Essex), 1184.

Roothstown, John, lands, Ireland, 564.

Roots, John, grant of prize ship, 1469.

Roper (Rooper), Anne, Maid of Honour to the Queen Dowager, 81.

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

-, Hugh, rebel in the West, 418, 425, 1895, 18967, 2002.

-, John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Thomas, yeoman of the Stables, 926, 1114.

-, William, rebel in the West, 416.

Rosa see Santa Rosa.

Rosbereon [Rosbercon] (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Roscommon, Earl of, see Dillon, W. and C.; Countess of, see Dillon, I.

-, County (Ireland), 1954.

Rose (and see Rosse), Mris., in the family of the Countess of Drogheda, 1973.

Rose Coppice see Salcey Forest.

Rose Kymershouse (Mawgan, co. Cornwall), 133.

Rosemarket (co. Pembroke), 909.

Rosewell, John, Englishcombe farm, 1755.

Roskilde (Denmark), 1907.

Ross (Rosse and see Rose), Christopher, the King's Jeweller, payments to, for jewels and jewelled miniatures, 110, 113, 145, 181, 187, 281, 290, 327, 328, 350, 353, 377, 445, 547, 617, 668, 838, 905, 1007, 1049, 1263, 1267, 1430, 1549, 1578, 1598, 1679, 1772, 1870, 1951, 1968, 1979, 2056, 2123, 2131, 2132.

-, John, rebel in the West, 417.

-, Lawrence, barber, Tangier, soldiers' debt to him, 386, 919, 961.

-, Mary, lease, Bonyalva, co. Cornwall, 370, 441, 572.

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

-, Richard, lands, Winchester, 17.

-, Thomas, of Richmond, Surrey, lease of the agistment of Launceston Park, 473, 503, 516.

-, -, secretary to Henry Coventry's embassy to Sweden, 1811.

-, William, lease, Cheshire, 268.

-, -, postmaster, Saffron Walden, 1676.

Ross (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 54950.

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

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

Rossacully [? Rossaguile] (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Rossadrehed ("Rossodgrohede") (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Rossarybeg [Rossary Beg] (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Rosse see Ross.

Rossington, Mr., new buildings, Cleveland Garden, 945.

Rossiter, John, royal bounty to, 842, 848.

-, -, of Bishops Sutton, co. Somerset, miller, rebel in the West, 420, 422, 2005.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 424.

Rossodroghede see Rossadrehed.

Rosstown (Moyfenrath barony, co. Meath), 569.

Roswell, Thomas, clerk, of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, 1371.

Roth, Edward, debt to him for his house at Tangier, 304, 314, 324, 3856, 442, 499, 508; soldiers' debt to, 843, 1309, 1716, 1942.

Rother (Rhoder) river (Kent), 1086.

Rotheram, Sir John, Serjeant at Law, Baron of the Exchequer, 1985, 2026.

Rotherhithe see Redriff.

Rotherton, John, rebel in the West, 423.

Rothnaleen [Rathnaleen] see Ronaleen.

Rothronan see Rathronan.

Rothwell, Sir Richard, donative, Stapleford Vicarage, 2077.

Rotterdam (Holland), 83, 189, 199, 254, 294, 309, 349, 359, 368, 618, 620, 621, 799, 832, 898, 928, 933, 947, 9878, 1101, 1242, 1387, 1492, 1549, 1728, 1899, 2053.
-, Consul at, see Hodges, A.
-, Plantation trade violations, 235.

Rouen (France), 687, 693, 795, 797, 911, 981, 988, 991, 1027, 1116 7, 1221, 1236, 1740, 1943, 2116.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant see Ball, H., Mawson, C.; Heralds' College.

-, Dragon Pursuivant see King, G.; Heralds' College.

Rousby, Christopher, Collector of Customs, Maryland, 35, 65, 182.

-, John, Collector, Maryland, 345, 351, 1290.

Rouse (Rowse, Rewse), Capt., Customs case against Scawen and Lucas, 797.

-, Dudley, of Chalfont, Receiver for co. Oxford of the Royal Aid, Additional Aid, One Month's Tax, Eleven Months' Tax and Poll, 1844, 1876; ditto, co. Bucks, 1808.

-, John, of Kingston on Thames, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1804.

-, -, linen draper, petition for Customs place, his family's services, 289, 384.

-, Mr. [? Capt.], Crown Law payment, 1068.

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

-, Thomas, tenant, Queen Street, St. Mary, Aldermary, London, 1214.

-, -, undersheriff of Middlesex, 474, 1243, 1450.

Roux, L', see Leroux.

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

Row see Rowe.

Rowbotham, Hugh, curate of Huttoft, co. Lincoln, 1775.

Rowdis, James, Groom of the Robes to the King, 940, 941, 960, 1014.

Rowe (Row, Roe, Rooe), Anthony, farmer of the Hearthmoney, 67, 18, 41, 494, 596-7, 623, 839, 1169, 1488, 1661, 1740, 1817.

-, Christopher, custodian of herons at Chievely Park for the King, 1414.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Edward, surveyor, Newcastle port, 950.

-, Henry, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Capt. Henry, wounded by Ensign J. Hilton, 186; Company, 1163; debt to Tangier inhabitants, 844.

-, James, Recusant, co. Devon, 1645, 1765, 2170.

-, John, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633, 1006, 1303, 1742.

-, Mr., coachmaker, Delamere Forest lands, 1068.

-, -, recognizance, 1684.

-, Owen, forfeited lands, Bermudas, 446, 1741, 18356, 1941.

-, Peter le, boatman, Jersey, 2009.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Ralph, gunner, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 847.

-, Simon, captain of the Dunbarton, 1544, 1576, 1678.

-, Thomas, of London, goldsmith, 11301.

-, -, of Dover, illicit wool exporter, 1840, 1863, 1925, 1944, 1953.

-, Sir Thomas, a Gentleman Pensioner, 1341, 1668; house near the Tower, 533.

-, Sir Thomas, junr., a Gentleman Pensioner, 1341.

-, William, Quaker, Norfolk, 633, 1006, 1303, 1742.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, -, alderman of Macclesfield, 125960.

Rowe, L', see Leroux.

Rowel (Rowell), Peter, merchant, London, 260.

-, Robert, Army pension, 1471, 1711.

Rowett, Mathew, Collector, Truro port, 1556.

Rowington (co. Warwick), 1123, 1127.

Rowland, Dan., passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Harry, shipmaster, 1108.

-, Mr., an officer of the Queen's Robes, 704, 864-5, 1373.

-, Robert, seaman employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, William, of Carnarvon, Recusant (Dissenter), 1759, 1881.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Rowlandson see Fitz Rowlandson.

Rowlandstown [Rowlestown] (Duleek barony, co. Meath), 568.

Rowley, Edward, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, Silvanus, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 379, 457, 1043; pension, 308; Poll arrear, 1390.

Rowman, Michael, for the Duchess of Portsmouth, 279.

Rowsell (Rowsall, Rowsewell), Andr., rebel in the West, 417.

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

-, James, rebel in the West, 424.

-, John, rebel in the West, 424.

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

Rowsewell see Rowsell.

Roxton, (co. Beds), vicarage, 2074.

Roy (and see Roye), Andre, lace merchant, Paris, 693.

ROYAL (and see King's) AFRICA COMPANY, 50, 76, 122, 680, 830, 1566.
-, agent to, 1843.
-, case against, 1683.
-, charter and contraventions of, by interlopers, 170, 820, 923, 1171, 1892, 19523, 2049.
-, Crown Law case against, 2105.
-, exporting crewel work to Guinea, 623, 670.
-, King's dividend in the Company, 895, 2097.
-, Navy bills of exchange to, 304.
-, negroes see negroes.
-, petition, 1345.
-, report concerning guns, 112.
-, seizures of wood, 170.
-, ships of, 81920.

- BEDCHAMBER, King's great bedchamber, 28, 321; King's bedchamber in Whitehall, 195, and see Whitehall.
-, Groom of the Stole and First Gentleman of the Bedchamber see Bath, Earl of; Carlisle, Earl of; Holland, Earl of; Peterborough, Earl of; Somerset, Duke of.
-, Gentlemen of the Bedchamber (see Somerset, Duke of; Beaufort, Duke of; Ossory, Earl of; Arran, Earl of; Mulgrave, Earl of; Lichfield, Earl of; Feversham, Earl of; Churchill, Lord J.; Ailesbury, Earl of; Dunbarton, Earl of; Albemarle, Duke of), 222, 262, 264, 266, 369, 378, 529, 534, 7034, 716, 812, 864, 94950, 958, 975, 1017, 1109, 1173, 1181, 1196, 1342, 1343, 1452, 1462, 1540, 1542, 1727, 1739, 1861, 1869, 2007, 2011; furniture for their room, 11812, 1297.
-, Grooms of the Bedchamber (see Finch, H.; Nicholas, O.; Leueson, R.; Lloyd, D.; Russell, F.; Slingsby, H.; Fortrey, J.; Savile, H.; Griffin, J.; Baggott, R.; Porter, J.), 222, 257, 264, 291, 370, 378, 529, 534, 704, 716, 8123, 864, 950, 958, 975, 1173, 1181, 1196, 1342, 13434, 1452, 1462, 1540, 1542, 1727, 1739, 1861, 1869, 2007, 2011, 210910; furniture for their room, 202, 11812, 1297.
-, Pages of (see Stephenson, A., Crofts, W.), 291, 605; allowance for washing sheets, 1002, 1264; furniture for their room, 695, 11812, 1297.
-, necessary woman of the Bedchamber to Charles II see Silver, A.
-, Queen's Bedchamber see Queen.

- BOUNTY see:
-, Army (widows and orphans).
-, Bellew, F.
-, Bott, S.
-, Bourgeois, Zachariah.
-, Bowden, Margaret.
-, Brenon, Ann.
-, Carteret, Charles.
-, Castlemaine, Earl of.
-, Clarendon, Earl of.
-, Cleveland, Duchess of.
-, Collins, Margaret.
-, Curtis, Widow A.
-, Fairfax, Katherine.
-, Godolphin, C.
-, Greeting, Widow.
-, Harris, R.
-, Kiff, Dorothy.
-, Lyme Regis (Cobb).
-, Macartie, Lady Arabella.
-, Mansborough, M.
-, Mountjoy, Visct.
-, Navy (bounty).
-, Pendrell, Mary, George, Humphrey and William.
-, Prince and Princess of Denmark.
-, Privy Council (Lord President).
-, Ramsey, Isabel.
-, Rossiter, J.
-, Seeres, Ellen.
-, Smith, Robert.
-, Stewart, Mary, Duchess of Richmond.
-, Sunderland, Earl of.
-, Thomas, Mris.
-, Thorold, Sir R.
-, Tyrconnel, Earl of.
-, Vanbright, Mris.
-, Waldron, J.
-, Welsh, Sir R.
-, White, Sir R.
-, Yarburgh, Henrietta.

- Company of Fishermen of England see Fishermen.

- Company of Miners see Miners.

- Exchange, London, 959.

- Family, 1655.

- Hospital see Chelsea.

- HOUSEHOLD, 111.
-, Acatery Office, 1950.
-, apothecary to, see Giffard, C.; Jones, J.
-, chapel keeper at St. James's, see Richardson, J.
-, chaplains to the King, 336.
-, chirurgeon to see Hobbs, T., Frazier, T.
-, Closet keeper see Boote, D.
-, Cofferer (see Ashburnham, W.; Brouncker, Visct.; Apsley, Sir P.; Werden, Major-General R.), 2; accounts, 271, 770, 1149, 1738, 1756, 2141; authority to make payments without Treasury direction, 13; Office of, 163, 1134; payments by, 752, 926, 960, 1358, 1522, 1763, 1950; issues to, for the Household, 9, 13, 27, 58, 82, 115, 149, 150, 156, 167, 181, 187, 194, 205, 207, 224, 234, 241, 293, 295, 334, 344, 350, 351, 353, 354, 363, 431, 440, 470, 476, 489, 497, 514, 534, 543, 581, 599, 607, 656, 668, 688, 699, 713, 723, 737, 746, 754, 760, 794, 799, 805, 848, 864, 870, 874, 890, 924, 931, 947, 958, 989, 1007, 1049, 11423, 1153, 1185, 1198, 1218, 1234, 1247, 1264, 1275, 1285, 1302, 1328, 1354, 1364, 1372, 1382, 1395, 1406, 1430, 1444, 1471, 1482, 1497, 1506, 1528, 1531, 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1540, 1562, 1586, 1598, 1634, 1647, 1659, 1679, 1690, 1698, 1702, 1715, 1728, 1735, 1750, 1758, 1768, 1786, 1797, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1870, 1871, 1877, 1884, 1898, 1911, 1924, 1930, 1940, 1951, 1969, 1980, 1991, 2007, 2020, 2029, 2032, 2041, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2069, 2080, 2094, 2097, 2103, 2110, 2118, 2127, 2132, 2136, 2139, 2140, 2146, 2165.
-, Comptroller see Maynard, Lord W., Waldegrave, Lord H., Sparrow, Sir J.
-, Court Post see Dereham, Sir T.; Post Office.
-, Esquires of the Body, 193.
-, Entring room, 28.
-, Establishment, 649, 1134, 1320, 1950; under Charles I, 3; Custom of the Household payments, 1358, 1617, 1822; retrenchment of (1679), 352; additions to (1685), 504; pensions on, 816, 1014, 1114, 1205, 1224, 1751, 1761, 17901; allowances on, 1763; arrears, 1325.
-, Fane room, 28.
-, fish for, in Lent, 1217, 1732.
-, four Corporals of the Guard of the Body, 19589.
-, furniture for, 28.
-, Great Chamber, Grooms of, see Reynolds, Alex., Griffiths, R., Williams, V.; Gentlemen Usher Quarter Waiters, see Chaplaine, J., Barry, Edmund, Hammond, N.; their board wages, 1134; Gentlemen Usher Daily Waiters, allowance, 19589.
-, Greencloth, Board of, see Greencloth.
-, Groom Littermen, 1681.
-, Groom Porter see Neale, T.; allowance for furnishing goods etc. for the Household, 227.
-, Groom of the Robes to the King see Rowdis, J.
-, - of the Slaughterhouse see Coward, C
-, - of the Woodyard see Gretton, A.
-, hire of carts for, 1134.
-, inventory of jewels, plate, pictures etc., 172930.
-, King's servants paid by the Cofferer, 2, 8, 39, 440.
-, Kitchen, 1791, see Budding, T.
-, Larder, 584, 1790; Groom of, see Reynolds, John.
-, laundress, 1134, see Massonet, A.; laundress of Household linen, 1791.
-, Lord Chamberlain of (see Arlington, Earl of; Ailesbury, Earl of; Mulgrave, Earl of; Earl of St. Albans; Mandeville, Viscount), 239, 406, 649, 1078, 1360, 1771; Office of and ground for, 199, 215, 457; plate for, 414; furniture for, 764; lodgings in Whitehall, 875, 891; rebuilding Office of, 807, 1402; to direct the officers of the Works, 112; warrants of, for the provision of jewels, furniture etc., 28, 41, 44, 76, 80, 103, 110, 114, 124, 126, 145, 165, 174, 183, 193, 202, 258, 290, 292, 308, 320, 327, 329, 336, 341, 342, 345, 349, 355, 376, 377, 401, 407, 434, 442, 444, 463, 484, 486, 487, 617, 838, 1007, 1550, 1558, 1578, 1601, 1616, 1680, 1771, 1817, 1849, 1959, 1979, 1985.
-, Lord Steward of, see Ormonde, Duke of.
-, necessary woman see Holmes, Mris.
-, Page of Honour see Carey, J.
-, Pantry, 1790, see Parsons, R.; Yeoman of, 439, see Snape, J.
-, Pastry Office, 408, 6956, 7156; Yeoman of, see Heydon, Fr.; Adams, H.; Whitmore, T.
-, persons of, attending the King on his expendition to meet the Prince of Orange see King's (servants).
-, physician to, see Dickinson, Dr. E.
-, Pitcher Office, Groom of, see Thurston, J.
-, Poll on, 1069, 1161.
-, Porters see Dawson, J.; mourning for, 74; Porter of the King's lodgings, Whitehall, see Reading, Edw.
-, Poultry and Scalding House, Groom of, see Vuljohn, W.
-, Presence Chamber, furniture for, 193.
-, Private Oratory, Whitehall, 695.
-, Privy Chamber, Gentlemen of, 193; to lodge on pallet beds, 193; ushers of, 215, see Neale, Sir P.; Grooms of, 763, see Mitton, St. J., Radcliffe, J.
-, Purveyors to, 770.
-, regulations [book of orders] for, 219.
-, riding charges, 1959, 1960; riding wages and allowances to servants when the Court is out of town, 1705.
-, Scalding Room or House, 1790; Groom of, see Vuljohn, W.
-, Scullery, 504, 715, see Strow, Jane.
-, servants above stairs, 1959; servants paid by the Cofferer see Royal Household (Cofferer).
-, Sewers of the King's Chamber in ordinary, 1912.
-, Spicery, Clerk of, 677, see Hope, R., Fox, J.
-, Squires of the Body, 763.
-, Stool Room, 28.
-, sweeper at St. James's, 504.
-, Treasurer of, see Newport, Visct. F.; Yarmouth, Earl of.
-, turnbroach, 504, see Crooke, J., Weekes, D.
-, Verge, the, arrests in, 467, 643; Verge of the King's Palace in Westminster, 537; Clerk of, 1791, see Hardisty, J.; Coroner of, 1791, see White, R.
-, Vice Chamberlain of, 504, 1550, see Savile, H., Porter, J.
-, Woodyard, 1791, see Grettan, A.; Timber Yard, 1055.
-, Yeoman of the Mouth to the King see Budding, T.
-, Yeoman Hangers, 763.
-, - Ushers, 763.

- MANORS, 1912, and see Crown Lands, see:
-, Alderwasley.
-, Armin.
-, Ashcott.
-, Bardsey.
-, Bidston.
-, Bishopside.
-, Bosley.
-, Bradell.
-, Bray.
-, Buriton.
-, Caerwedros.
-, Calstock.
-, Chevening.
-, Chilesmore.
-, Corby.
-, Crewddyn.
-, Daunkey.
-, Dyffryn Clwyd.
-, Edmonton.
-, Everton.
-, Eye.
-, Footseray.
-, Fordington.
-, Giles Lambert.
-, Great Staughton.
-, Groby.
-, Hampton Court.
-, Hatcham Barnes.
-, Hawkridge.
-, Hempholme.
-, Hennincock.
-, Hibaldstow.
-, Islingham.
-, Ives.
-, Kennington.
-, Kirton in Lindsey.
-, Kidbrooke.
-, Knighton.
-, Knocklas.
-, Lee.
-, Liskeard.
-, Longdendale.
-, Mevenydd.
-, Middleham.
-, Milverton.
-, Minshull Vernon.
-, Misson.
-, Moresk.
-, Moulsey Prior.
-, Moyles Court.
-, Northlode.
-, Otford.
-, Parham.
-, Paris Garden.
-, Pennington.
-, Penshurst.
-, Perfedd.
-, Petersham.
-, Picklescot.
-, Portland.
-, Preston.
-, Richmond.
-, Ripple.
-, Ruthin.
-, Ryme.
-, St. Mary Milverton.
-, St. Radigund.
-, Sandford.
-, Sandon Chapel.
-, Seaton.
-, Sedbrook.
-, Shaw.
-, Shippon.
-, Shoreham.
-, Siddington.
-, Southnethian.
-, Southrurath.
-, Southugran.
-, Speen.
-, Stalbridge.
-, Staunton.
-, Stoke under Hamdon.
-, Stoneham.
-, Stratton super Fosse.
-, Swakeleys.
-, Swanley.
-, Temple Copmanthorpe.
-, Teynham.
-, Thornton in Easington.
-, Thorpe.
-, Treworgie.
-, Tweedmouth.
-, Tywarnhaile.
-, Waldringfield.
-, Westminster.
-, Westwell.
-, Whitgift.
-, Whitwick.
-, Wicks Bishop.
-, Windmill.
-, Wingham.
-, Withypool.
-, Wyke.

- Oak Lottery see Lotteries.

- presents to potentates, ambassadors etc. (being of jewels and jewelled miniatures of the King), 110, 1134, 141, 145, 290, 327, 377, 617, 838, 1357, 1578, 1979, and see Algiers, Galtee, Tripoli, Tunis.

- -, distinction of according to rank of ambassadors, 1772.

- Society, sale of Chelsea Hospital and lands to the King, 1350.

- STABLES AND MEWS at Charing Cross (see also Hampton Court, Reading; for the Mews at St. James's see St. James's and St. James's Park):
-, accounts, 1623, 271, 972, 1410; account of debt to the late King's Stables, 1572, 1634.
-, arrears, 1623.
-, avenar, 1577.
-, back gates to, 1119.
-, beltmaker to, see Glossop, G., Gladwyn, W.
-, bitmaker to, see Buckle, T.
-, building in, 1201.
-, buying horses for, see Griffith, H., Chetwind, J.
-, cistern, 1119.
-, Clerk of the Stables, 1114, see Graham, J., Morgan, W., Doughty, P.; office of, 119.
-, coach houses and lodgings in, 119, 942; taken for the King and Queen, 119.
-, coachmaker to, see Awberry, S., Brigham, T.
-, coachmen, 942, 952, 1410, see Sourton, Mr., Dormer, Mr., Claire, Mr., Hooper, Mr., Dixy, J., Eggerton, Mr., Welsh, W., Doumer, Mr., right to the duty on imported horses, 63, 1019, 1050, 1134.
-, Commissioners of the Stables [for the Duke of Richmond as Master of the Horse] see Guy, H., Oglethorpe, T., Adderley, C.
-, Cutler to, see Griffin, H., Hawgood, T.
-, Dunghill Yards, 1119.
-, embroiderer see Pudsey, T., Beckett, J., Pooley, J.
-, Equerries to the King see Oglethorpe, Sir T., Beaumont, J., Doughty, P., Eagle, G., Sheldon, R.; their houses in the Mews, 950, 1023, 1601, 1883, 2010.
-, farriers' office, 1120.
-, founder see Cheslyn, R.
-, fringe and rein maker see Tresnoy, P. du.
-, furniture for, 935.
-, glassman see Dennis, H., Hedgbolt, J., Taylor, Isaac.
-, Green Mews, 1119, 1601.
-, Groom of the Hales see Price, John.
-, Groom Saddler see Furnace, W.
-, Grooms, lodgings, 1120.
-, ground in the Mews, building on, 1704.
-, harnessmaker see Spalding, N., Nevill, C.
-, hay barn, 1119.
-, horse pond, 1119.
-, horses in, list of, 163.
-, horses for the King, 747, 757, 935.
-, huntsmen and hunting farriers, 1410.
-, issues for (see Griffith, H., Watson, F., Villiers, Sir W., Werden, Sir R.), 6489, 656, 668, 972, 1064, 1135, 1275, 1410, 1471, 1481, 1615, 1634, 1728, 1768, 1796, 1924, 2094, 2097, 2098, and see Queen's Stables; 4,000l. per an. for provision of saddles etc., 5823, 606, 628.
-, King's Body Coach House, 1120.
-, Pad Stable, 1119.
-, Parade Horse Stable, 1120.
-, Queen's coaches standing open to the weather, 1119.
-, laceman to, see Robins, H., Wood, B.
-, late King's servants of the Stables, 1853.
-, liveries, 162, 583.
-, Master of the Horse see Horse; house and stable, 1119.
-, Master of the Studs see Oglethorpe, S.
-, mercer to, see Morley, T., Nicholls, W., Wiseman, Sir E.
-, messenger to, 1114, see Banks, J.
-, mewskeeper, 1114, see Duffield, T., Howson, E.
-, Monmouth Stables, 769.
-, new intended Mews at St. James's, 1704.
-, officers of the Stables attending the King, 2098.
-, Pad Groom, 1120, see Smith, Mr.; Pad Stable, 1119.
-, painter to, see Hall, P.
-, postilion see Parslow, R.
-, prohibited goods lodged in the Stables, 322.
-, purveyor and granitor to, 1114, see Vaughan, H.
-, Queen's Master of the Horse, stable of, 1119, and see Queen's Stables.
-, - Pad Stable, 1120.
-, - travelling set of horse, 1119.
-, repairs, 348, 668, 1119-20, 1471, 1716.
-, riding purveyor, 1119, see Lewis, Mr.
-, saddler to, see Bignell, J., Furnace, C.
-, schedule of remains in the Stables at the death of Charles II, 163.
-, servants on establishment of, 926; arrears to the late King's servants in, 803.
-, silversmith to, see Francis, W.
-, sumpture cloths, 1134.
-, smith's work, 1211, see Sharp, F.
-, tailor to, see Barradell, E., Ball, S.
-, tiling and paving, 111920.
-, town set of horses, 1119.
-, tradesmen to, 162, 649.
-, whipmaker to, see Wellar, R.
-, woollen draper to, see Price, T.
-, yeoman of the male, 1577.
-, -, rider, 1114, see Pudsey, T.; yeoman rider's stables, 1120; yeoman rider of the hunting horses see Cockaine, A.
-, - saddler, 1114, see Roper, T.

Royalist indigent officers see Loyalist.

Royan (France), 712.

Royden, Widow, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

Roye, Count de, lodgings in Pall Mall, 1814; goods from Hamburg, 1466.

-, Countess de, coming to England en route for Denmark, 640; goods for, from Paris, 1383, 2018.

Royer, Gideon, embellishing a letter to the Czar of Russia, 1715.

Roylance, William, tenant of encroachment, Macclesfield, 1335.

Ruckhill, Han., Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Rudd (Rudge), Sir Rice, of Aberglasney, bart., 1120; trustee for T. Cornwallis, 1501.

-, William, deputy searcher, Carlisle, 623, 817.

Ruddes, John, shipmaster, 1538.

Ruddington (co. Notts), vicarage, 1978.

Ruddle, Sam., rebel in the West, 423.

Ruddock, Tho., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Rudely, Mary, widow of a [Tangier] soldier, 33, 335.

Rudge, Sir Rice, see Rudd.

Rudiard (Rudyard), Ellen, sempstress and washer to the Chapel Royal, 1358, 1822.

-, James, lease, Upton Gray, co. Southants, 657.

-, John, sacristan to the Chapel Royal, 1358, 1822.

Rue see De la Rue.

Rugby (co. Warwick), 1122, 1123.

Rum, description of, of less value than brandy, 742, 800.

Rumball see Rumbold.

Rumboats, Francis, proposed for the Council, New York, 1627.

Rumbold (Rumball, Rombald), Edward, of Hitchin, yeoman, 1019.

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

-, Mr., for the Queen and Princess of Denmark, 335; for the Duchess of Portsmouth, 479, 547.

-, Richard, traitor, execution of, 352, 1464, 1751, 2139.

-, William, Surveyor General of Customs, 721.

Rumford see Romford.

Rumley, William, gent., loans on the Linen Duty, 2179.

Rumney (and see Romney), Francis, waiter, Cowes, 1193.

-, Thomas, gunner, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 847.

-, William, for J. Shaw, King's waiter, London, 1378.

Rumquil see Roomcoyle.

Rumsey see Romsey, Ramsey.

Runson, John, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, Tho., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Ruscombe, William, rebel in the West, 417.

Rushingdon see Russendon.

Russell, Averina, relict of George, 108, 1054.

-, Capt. [? Francis], going to Holland, 1159.

-, Edward, lease, Bucklawren, 592.

-, - (and Francis), annuity (for Mr. Cheek), 1481, 1567, 1634, 1796, 1797, 1898, 1904, 2014, 2017.

-, Capt. Francis, Trelawney's Regiment, Tangier, debt to the inhabitants, 846.

-, Francis, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 222, 257, 261, 264, 370, 529, 704, 8123, 950, 1181, 13434, 1462, 1542, 1739, 1869, 2011, 210910.

-, - (with Edward), annuity (for Mr. Cheek), 1481, 1567, 1634, 1796, 1797, 1898, 1904, 2014, 2017.

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

-, George, Receiver General of the Poll, co. Bucks, 108, 225, 257.

-, -, late Serjeant of the Hawks, 295; one of the King's falconers, 295; Poll arrear, 1390.

-, -, junr., one of the King's falconers, 295.

-, Gerard (Gerald), a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 1662; of Wickhambrook, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805, 2028.

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

-, James, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 475; pension, 308.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Sir James, Deputy Governor of Nevis, 1747; misbehaviour in his Government, 1747.

-, Jer., Assistant Accountant in the Hearthmoney Office, 1180, 1860.

-, John, lands, Ireland, 569.

-, -, trustee for the Countess of Bristol, 72.

-, -, of Liskeard, lease, Bucklawren, 4812, 592.

-, -, junr., lease, Bucklawren, 592.

-, -, shipwright to the Navy, 936; survey of timber in Sherwood Forest, 1178.

-, -, physician, creditor of Sir R. Vyner, 2031, 2045.

-, Mr., town clerk of Maidenhead, 2000.

-, -, Crown Law case against, 2106.

-, Dame Penelope, relict of Sir James, 1747.

-, Rebecca, daughter of John, lease, Bucklawren, 594.

-, Robert, of Chippenham, co. Cambridge, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' forfeitures, co. Norfolk etc., 1805, 2028.

-, Col. Theodore, Regiment in Ireland, 1237, 2067; lands, Ireland, 1830.

-, William, esq., styled Lord William Russell, lands, co. Pembroke, attainder, 1358, 1714.

-, -, 7th Earl (afterwards Duke) of Bedford, trustee to the Countess of Bristol, 72.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423.

-, -, Serjeant of the Hawks, 102; one of the King's falconers, 295, 475, 1043.

Russendon (Rushingdon), manor, Isle of Sheppey, 288.

Russia Company see Muscovy.

-, Czar and Ambassadors to and from, see Muscovy; Ambassadors.

Russian deals, 1700.

- interpreter, 1669, see Hasinus, Jacob.

- leather, 763, 935.

Rust, Argertine, rebel in the West, 422.

Rustat, Toby, issue to, 2132.

Ruston, William, tenant of concealed land, Macclesfield, 1335.

Ruthin manor and lands, Denbigh, 382, 614, 1059.

Rutland (Ruttland), Mr., coffeeman in Castle Alley, Cornhill, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1672.

-, Thomas, payments to the Earl of Tyrconnel in Ireland, 1439.

-, William, laceman to the Great Wardrobe, 1427.

Rutland, Earl of, see Manners, J.

- County, 755, 1244, 1656, 1982.

- -, Excise Farmer, 1965 6.

- -, Recusants, Commissioners to enquire of fines etc., 1805, 1982.

Rutlidge, Henry, Customs officer at Mindrim, on the border, 666.

Rutt, Abram, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Rutter, Dan., rebel in the West, 418.

-, Edward, Recusants' recognizance, 1020.

Rutland see Rutland.

Ruvigni, Marquis de, goods of, 621, 634, 642, 1690.

Ryan William's part (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 548.

Rycaut, Philip, Agent and Counsul General at Algiers, 94, 111, 12930, 2112, 248, 269.

Ryder see Rider.

Ryderly see Ridderly.

Rye (co. Sussex), 258, 267, 362, 428, 469, 523, 691, 729, 904, 976, 1154, 1193, 1356, 1556, 1657, 1759, 2009, 2034, 2108.

Ryedale Deanery (co. Yorks), 1977.

Ryers see Ryves.

Ryley (Reiley, Riley), Frances, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Hugh, petition for place in Post Office, Ireland, 1340.

-, Philip, Serjeant at Arms, attending the Treasury, 192, 232, 406, 477, 490, 499, 519, 541, 573, 812, 891, 1009, 1032, 1113, 1264, 1266, 1420, 1433, 1460, 1462, 1506, 1569, 1606, 1619, 1640, 1648, 1655, 1666, 1728, 1734, 1737, 1749, 1751, 1754, 1758, 1759, 1778, 1781, 1787, 1789, 1803, 1814, 1815, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1857, 1863, 1866, 1872, 1893, 1920, 1953, 1959, 1961, 1996, 2014, 2017, 2035, 2045, 2062, 2068, 2084, 2106, 2174.
-, a Commissioner of Taxes, 1050, 1098, 1120, 1172, 1183, 1217, 1268, 1272, 1303, 1312, 1334, 1353, 1472, 1525, 1577, 1661, 1664, 1854, 1925, 2021, 2094.
-, woods and forests, 1652, 1736, 1753, 1832, 1843, 1910, 1926, 1945, 1961, 1964, 20012, 2033, 2108, 2133, 2135.

-, Richard, joiner, Chelsea Hospital work, 1847.

Ryme Intrinseca and Extrinseca (manor, co. Dorset), 22, 57, 252, 270, 852, 917, 1071, 1481.

Rymehilt see Rymill.

Rymer (Rimmer), Tho., tidesman, Weymouth, 493; ditto, Poole and Swansea, 904.

Rymill (Rymehilt and see Rimewell), Edward, Poll (Royal Household), 1276, 1277.

-, Mr., Crown Law payment, 1068.

Rymnusley (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Rysing, Ann, debt to, from R. Huntingdon and Sir J. James, 1664.

Ryton (co. Warwick), 1123.

Ryves (Rives, Ryers, and see Reeve), John, one of the King's falconers, 102, 308.

-, Robert, banker, loans and repayments, 280, 322, 327, 2179, and see Rivers, R.

-, -, a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 1662.

-, Major T., Deputy Receiver General of Jamaica, 203.

-, alias Ryers, William, rebel in the West, 425.