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Abchurch Lane, London, a church in; vol. clxxvi., No. 17.

Abercrombie, Capt. James, of the Earl of Portmore's regiment; cxxi. 1.

-, Sir James, petition for payment of bills drawn by him; clxxvii. 16.

Abercromby, Alexander, Esq., a Commissioner of the Equivalent, memorial; clxxvii. 3.; clxxix. 12.

-, or Abercrombie, Capt. Alexander, of Glassock, claims of, to the estate of a bastard in Aberdeen; cxxi. 37.; cxxii. 65, 69; cxxiv. 8, 16.

Aberdeen; cv. 5; cvii. 53; cxxi. 37.

-, conveener of trades of; cxxxii. 13.

-, English school at; cxxxii. 13.

-, hospitals of; cxxii. 69.

-, justices of; cxxxii. 13.

-, magistrates of; cxxii. 69; cxxxii. 13.

-, port of, inquiry into frauds at; cli. 15.

-, -, revenue officers reside at; clxxiv. 54.

-, ships put ashore at; cv. 19.

-, town of, claims a bastard's estate; cxxiv. 8, 13.

Abeyra, province of; cxxxi. 9.

Abingdon, Earl of; cxliv. 28.

-, -, Warden, chief justice and justice in Eyre of the forests south of Trent; clxi. 35.

Abrahalls, Mrs., attendant on Her Majesty as Mrs. Starcher; cxiii. 20.

Accountant General, the; cxxxviii. 50; clxxiv. 52.

-, -, See also Short, John, and Burgh, William.

Accounts, the Public, Commissioners of; cxliii. 19; cxlv. 12, 42; clix. 25, 33.

-, -, -, precept from the; cxxxvii. 10.

-, -, -, report of; cxxxvii. 11.

Actions, popular, inquiries as to, made by William Borrett; cvii. 44.

Adair, Sir Robert, Knight, petition; clxxiii. 4.

Adams, Lieut., paymaster of prisoners at Bayonne; cxxi. 81.

-, Richard, under sentence of death, services of his ancestors; clix. 20.

Addington, Mr. Secretary; clxxii. 49.

Addison, J.; cxxii. 27.

-, Joseph, Esq., keeper of the Records in the Birmingham Tower in Ireland, petition; cxx. 22.

-, Mr. Secretary, acquainted with Marquis D'Arzilliers at Geneva; cxxiii. 9.

-, Thomas, Commissioner for sick and wounded seamen, and for exchanging prisoners of war, petition; cxv. 27, 48; cxvi. 18; cxxxix. 52; clxxii. 19.

-, -, Esq., keeper of houses in the Savoy, death of; clxxviii. 31.

-, Mrs. or Frances, widow and executrix of Thomas Addison, petition, &c.; clxxii. 19; clxxviii. 31.

Adjutant-General of the King of Portugal's forces in Her Majesty's pay; cxv. 45.

Admiral, Lord High; cxii. 46; cxiii. 25; cxvi. 4, 26, 29; cxxxvii. 28; cxlvii. 6.

-, -, tenths and charges of; cxii. 49.

Admiralty, the; cxii. 46; cxx. 48; cxxii. 29; cxxiii. 30; cxxxiii. 19; cxxxvii. 26, 36; cxl. 62; cxliv. 5; cxlvii. 17; cliv. 49; clv. 22.

-, -, additional accommodation for; cli. 35; cliv. 47.

-, -, clerks of, taxes paid by, reimbursement of; clxii. 54.

-, -, Commissioners of; cxxi. 71; cxxv. 13; cxxxviii. 36; cxliii. 26; cli. 1; clxiv. 31.

-, -, High Court of; cxiii. 46; cxxxiii. 62; cxxxv. 52.

-, -, -, judge, register, marshal, and crier of; cxxxi. 58; cxxxii. 2.

-, -, -, (Scotland); cxii. 27; cxix. 27; cxxii. 69; cxxxi. 56.

-, -, jurisdiction of, to be supported; cxiv. 34.

-, -, Lords of; cxx. 35; cxxiv. 22, 52; cxxv. 28; cxxvi. 4, 43; cxxxi. 51, 58; cxxxv. 45; cxxxvi. 13, 24, 37; cxl. 25; cxlvi. 13, 22; cxlvii. 48; cxlviii. 25; clii. 26; cliii. 22; cliv. 6, 61; clviii. 33; clxi. 5, 26; clxiii. 24; clxiv. 30, 36; clxvi. 10; clxxiii. 35, 51, 54; clxxviii. 1.

-, passes; cxiv. 47.

-, the, perquisites of; cxi. 30; cxii. 49; cxix. 9; cxxi. 72; cxxxi, 58; cxxxii. 2; cxlvi. 47; cxlvii. 6; cli. 7.

-, -, Secretary of; cxxxvi. 22.

Advocate General, in North Britain. See Scotland, Advocate General.

-, the Lord; cix. 15; cx. 46; cxii. 14, 37; cxiv. 2; cxvii. 3; cxxiv. 37; cxxxvi. 20; clx. 37.

-, -, See also Dalrymple, Sir David.

A. E., a letter signed; cxxxiii. 2.

Africa, and the plantations belonging to it, the trade to; clxxix. 46.

-, gold mines in, reserved to the Crown; cxliii. 12.

African Company, the Royal; cxxxiv. 28; clxv. 36; clxxii. 8; clxxix. 46.

-, -, grant to, by King Charles II.; cxliii. 12.

-, -, money owing to Mr. Fletcher Albert from; clii. 12; cliii. 7.

-, and Indian Company in Scotland. See Scotland.

Agent Victuallers, the; cxxxiv. 39.

Ahumada, Col. John de, regiment of Spaniards commanded by; cxxxi. 59.

Aid, the 4s.; cxliv. 61; clxxii. 22.

-, -, process for; cvi. 21.

-, -, tallies on; cxlvi. 45; clii. 21.

Air. See Ayr.

Aire, the camp before; cxxiii. 63; cxxv. 6, 10, 25, 26.

Albany, Commissioners for Indian Affairs in the city of; cxxi. 43.

-, in the province of New York; cxxi. 43.

Albert, Mr. Fletcher, Receiver General for Worcestershire; cvii. 5.

-, -, -, imprisoned in Newgate and the Fleet for frauds; cxlv. 19; clxxii. 8.

-, -, -, money owing from the Royal African Company to; clii. 12; cliii. 7.

Albion galley, the, arms detained on board; cxxxvii. 20.

Aldersey, Mary and Elizabeth, work at Hampton Court; cxlix. 33.

Ale, proposed duty on retailers of; cxix. 10; cxx. 16.

Alentejo, province of; cxxxi. 9, 10.

Alexander, Col., his regiment in the West Indies; cliv. 30.

-, -, Francis, regiment of, in the Leeward Islands, memorial; cxlvi. 4.

Alford, William, tidesman in fee, petition; cxxiii. 16.

Algiers, alleged escape of slaves on H.M. ships from; clxxv. 49.

-, Dey of; cxiv. 47; cxliii. 35.

-, -, demands satisfaction for escape of two slaves on one of H.M. men-of-war; clxxv. 14.

-, -, presents to; clix. 40; clx. 16.

-, English ships carried into without Admiralty passes; cxiv. 47.

-, French Consuls at, fate of; cxxxiv. 61.

-, H.M.Consul at; cxiv. 47; cxxv. 28; cxxvii. 3; cxxxiii. 9; cxxxiv. 61; cxxxv. 25; cxxxix. 7; cxliii. 35; clxxiii. 24; clxxiv. 50; clxxv. 14.

-, -, fate of, in King Charles II.'s reign; cxxxiv. 61.

-, squadron of H.M. men-of-war off; cxxvii. 3.

-, war with, in 1697; clxii. 24.

Alicant; cxv. 12; cxxxiii. 6.

Alienations, tallies of assignment on; cxi. 40.

Allanson, William, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, Scotland; cx. 2.

Allardes, Allardice, or Allardise, George, Esq., master and worker of the mint at Edinburgh; cviii. 41; cxix. 8; cxx. 44; cxliv. 34; clxiv. 38.

-, James, son of George, petition; cxx. 44.

Allen, Major James, commissary, a prisoner; cvi. 8; cviii. 13.

Allhallows, Lombard Street, the Church of; clxxvi. 17.

Alliance, the Grand; clxxvii. 37.

-, the treaty of, terms of; cxxvi. 41.

Allies, the High, landing of the troops of, on the coast of Catalonia; cxxi. 51.

-, -, money due to Her Majesty from; cxl. 45.

-, subsidies payable to; cxix. 21; cxxx. 10.

Alloa, survey of; cxv. 33.

Almanacs, duties on; cxxxiv. 63; cxliii. 13.

Almanza, battle of; cvi. 55; cix. 11; cxiv. 55; cxv. 26; cxxi. 19, 61, 81; cxxiii. 63; cxxiv. 1; cxxxii. 7; cxxxiii. 36; clxxii. 47.

-, -, battalion of footguards taken at, petition; cxv. 30.

-, -, most of Col. Cavalier's regiment killed at; cvi. 10.

-, -, officers, &c. taken at; cxxiii. 36, 63; cxlvii. 10; clvii. 16.

-, -, regiments taken at; cxl. 37.

-, -, seven regiments broke at levy money for; cxi. 34.

Almoner, the Lord, salary; clxxix. 32.

Alnutt, Col., his regiment of foot; cxlvii. 22.

Alves, William, Writer to the Signet, lands and barony of Partoun conveyed to; clxiii. 22.

Alveton, mills at, seized; cviii. 22.

Ambassadors, &c., Act concerning; cxxi. 30.

Ambergrease, &c., in Jamaica, H.M. interest about; cxxii. 11.

America; cxx. 3.

-, discoveries on the coast; cv. 53.

-, H.M. woods in, surveyor of; cxxv. 44; cxxxvii. 2.

-, mines, &c. on the coast; cvii. 1, 28.

-, North, French settlements in, reduction of; cxxxix. 24.

-, -, manager of the posts in; clxi. 12.

-, -, new French colony in; clviii. 37.

-, -, new settlement in, petitioners for the; clxxv. 47.

-, -, public accounts of, commissioners for inquiring into; clxxii. 28.

-, -, stores sent to; clviii. 51.

-, places in, expedition of fleet to reduce; cxiv. 8.

-, prizes taken in; cviii. 42.

-, -, Act relating to; cxxxiii. 51.

-, South, surveyor general of Customs for; clxiii. 28; clxv. 27.

-, Spanish West Indies of, negroes brought into, by the Assiento contract; clxxvi. 28.

-, trade to, Act to encourage; cliv. 32.

American plantations, the, Auditor of. See Blathwayt, William.

-, -, commodities shipped for Spain, Portugal, and Italy from; clxii. 24.

-, -, 4 per cent. duties in, collectors of; cxxxii. 39.

-, -, government of; clxxiv. 56.

-, -, governors of, letter to, respecting a vessel sailing without convoy; cxxxvi. 28.

-, -, -, salaries of; clxxiv. 56; clxxv. 38.

-, -, H.M. prize duties from; clxiv. 5.

-, -, under direct government of the Crown have two sorts of revenues; clxxiv. 56.

Ammunition-bread, price of; cxii. 58.

Amsterdam; cxiii. 16.

-, Admiralty of; cxxiv. 13.

-, bills drawn on; cxiv. 64; cxvii. 23; clvi. 9.

-, Episcopal minister at; clxxv. 44.

-, sale of H.M. tin at; clix. 17.

-, tin consigned to Mr. Drummond at; cxxxvi. 61.

Andalusia, price of corn in; cxii. 58.

Anderson, Mr. James, allegations of true; cxxxi. 56.

Andrews, John, receiver general of land tax and window tax for co. of Warwick; cxxv. 1; cxxxix. 5; cxlviii. 32.

Andrews, Thomas, report as to the books for London and the out-ports at the Custom House, London; clxvii. 29.

-, -, report as to port books in the Remembrancer's office; clxvi. 4.

Angel Yard, Piccadilly, new lease of; cxxiv. 38.

Angers, in France; clxxii. 26.

Anglesea, the co. of, in North Wales, inhabitants of, memorial of, as to duty on coal and culm; cxxxvi. 62.

Anjou, the Duke of; cxxi. 51; cxxiv. 58.

-, -, contract for transport of goods; cix. 45.

Annapolis, or Annapolis Royal, detachments at; cxliii. 49; cli. 50; clvi. 7.

-, forces at, clothing for; clxxvii. 33.

-, garrison of; cxix. 23; cxlv. 32; cxlvii. 12; cxlix. 26; cl. 31; clii. 27; cliv. 7; clviii. 2; clix. 41; clxxiv. 56; clxxv. 41.

-, -, chaplain of; clxxviii. 24.

-, -, commanded by Col. Samuel Vetch; cxxxii. 25.

-, -, extraordinary charges of; clxii. 27.

-, -, hard plight of; clx. 3; clxii.42.

-, governor of; cliv. 7.

-, ordnance service at; clii. 37; clviii. 27; clxxiv. 45.

-, train of artillery in; clv. 2.

-, transportation of men to France from, clxxii. 54.

Anne, Princess, her estate, granted away by Act of Parliament; clxxix. 3.

-, Queen, letters brought to, from Spain; cviii. 9.

-, -, as to her right to import French wines for her own use; cviii. 29.

Anne's Bounty, Queen. See Bounty, Queen Anne's.

Annuities, purchase of; cxxii. 8.

-, See also Pensions.

Annuity fund, the; cxvii. 18.

-, money; cxxiii. 37; cxxxv. 4.

Anstis, or Anstys, John; cxxiii. 50; cxxxix. 2.

-, -, inspects the Cottonian Library; cxliv. 36.

-, -, printing of Rymer's Fdera; cvii. 62; cxiii. 24; cxv. 46; cxxi. 33; cxxxiv. 54; cxxxv. 26; cxliii. 10; cl. 30; clxvi. 29; clxxi. 5.

-, -, records of the Court of Wards; cxxxiii. 103; clii. 24.

-, -, as to H.M. tin; clxvii. 26; clxxii. 7.

-, -, memorial as to raising price of tin in Cornwall; clix. 21.

-, -, money for different coinages; cxlix. 20.

Anstruther; cxxii. 69; cxxiv. 34.

-, Sir William, of Anstruther, a Lord of Sessions and Justiciary; cx. 4; cxxii. 69.

-, -, -, one of the master households and carver to the royal family of Scotland, petition; cxxiv. 34.

Antigua; cliii. 9.

-, bill of exchange drawn at; cxxxvii. 34.

-, insurrection in; clxv. 11; clxvii. 16.

-, large tracts of land there not inhabited; cvii. 10.

Antwerp; cxxv. 31; cxxxiii. 35.

-, drawing upon, discouraged; cxiv. 64.

Apothecaries' Hall, or Company, medicine furnished by; cv. 60; cxxxi. 34; cxl. 55.

Appeals, Commissioners of; clxxiv. 23.

Apprentices, scheme for managing duties on; cxxi. 44.

-, duties on; cxxi. 47; cxxxv. 12.

Apthorpe, James, unfit for the Excise; cxiv. 4.

Arbuthnot, Mr., clerk to the Barons of the Exchequer (Scotland); cxii. 42.

-, Robert, an auditor; cxv. 19.

Ardglass, Honor Countess of, petition; cxx. 49.

Ardmore, on the Firth of Tay, near Inverness; clxxiv. 54.

Areskin, Sir John, a Commissioner of the Equivalent, memorial; clxxvii. 3; clxxix. 12.

Argyle, the Duke of; cvi. 44, 50; cvii. 15; cxxxii. 8.; clxxiv. 47; clxxvii. 15.

-, -, clothing of guards under, memorial; cxi. 24.

-, -, general and commander-in-chief of H.M. forces in Spain; cxxxviii. 12, 41; cli. 26; cliv. 16, 22; clxv. 12; clxxv. 31; clxxvii. 18.

-, -, his mission to Morocco; clxxvi. 14.

-, -, nephew to John Campbell; cxxxv. 10.

Arkingarthdale, forest of, in co. of York; cxxxiii. 1.

Armagh, Archbishop of; cxii. 22.

Armand, Lieut. Lewis, pension; clxii. 45.

Arms, College of; cxlviii. 15; clxxvii. 43.

-, Garter King at; clii. 24.

Armstrong, Capt.; clix. 41.

-, -, sent over from the garrison of Annapolis, memorial; clx. 3; clxii. 42.

Army accounts, comptrollers of the; cxiv. 55; cxvi. 28; cxx. 41; cxxi. 53; cxxiv. 18; cxxv. 21, 43; cxxvi. 27; cxxvii. 7; cxxx. 18; cxxxii. 60; cxxxiii. 68; cxxxv. 8; cxxxvi. 44; cxxxvii. 8; cxxxix. 1; cxl. 21; cxliii. 20, 49; cxlv. 4, 18, 37; cxlvii. 53, 65; cxlviii. 7, 35; cxlix. 32; cli. 17, 37, 54; clii. 15, 44; cliii. 3; cliv. 44, 40; clviii. 45; clix. 7; clx. 25; clxi. 8; clxiii. 16; clxiv. 6; clxxi. 15; clxxii. 39, 52; clxxiv. 17; clxxv. 82; clxxvi. 27, 29; clxxvii. 12, 39; clxxviii. 21, 27, 44; clxxix. 5.

-, agents; cxxvii. 7.

-, Apothecary General of the; clxxviii. 10.

-, clothing; cvi. 6; cvii. 47; cxi. 24; cxvii. 37; cxxx. 36; cxxxi. 29; cliv. 46; clxi. 27; clxiv. 16, 17; clxxiv. 17; clxxvi. 24; clxxvii. 39; clxxix. 5.

-, -, board of general officers for inspecting and regulating; cxi. 16; cxxvi. 27; cxxxiii. 53.

-, -, office for; cviii. 27; cx. 30.

-, contingencies of the; cxxxviii. 10.

-, debentures; cxxii. 68; cxliii. 34; cxlvii. 57; clxiv. 9; clxxix. 33.

-, debts, commissioners for stating the; cxxxiii. 58; cxxxvii. 39; cxxxix. 1; cxlv. 18; cl. 5; cliii. 10, 24; cliv. 23; clxxiv. 51.

-, general officers of the; cvii. 47; cxxxiii. 88.

-, -, report on claim for horses and arms; cvii. 13.

-, officers of the, widows of, as to pensions to; clxxi. 18.

-, payments; cxxxiii. 35; cxl. 23; cl. 24; clii. 1; cliii. 6; cliv. 34, 42; clvii. 27.

Arnold, Mr., one of H.M. justices for Westminster and Middlesex; cli. 58.

-, N., justice of the peace, report as to serjeants' widows; clxvi. 37.

-, Nehemiah, paymaster of the malt lottery tickets; cvii. 31; cxvi. 21.

Arnot, Capt. John, of the Earl of Portmore's regiment, prisoners taken in Spain, and now in France; cv. 28.

-, Lieut.-Col. John, paymaster of the forces upon the Canadian expedition; cxl. 19.

Arran, brandy seized within a mile of; cxiii. 44.

-, Charles Earl of, in all campaigns in Flanders till peace of Ryswick, gentleman of the late King's bedchamber, money due to, petition; cxxxv. 43.

Arsenal near Dublin, building of an; cxxi. 31.

-, -, money mis-spent on the; cxxvi. 30.

Arther, or Arthur, Sir Francis, and Co., subsistence of prisoners by; cxxxiii. 86; cxliv. 25.

Artillery Company, North Britain, establishment of, &c.; cx. 51.

-, field and other officers of the, petition; clxiii. 41.

-, trains of, serving abroad, officers of, petition; clxxiv. 19.

Arundel, Richard Lord, conditional pension to; cxxxi. 43.

Asgill, John; cvii. 26.

Ash, Margaret, petition of; cvi. 12.

Ashbury, John, fife of H.M. household, petition; cxvi. 31.

Ashley, Maurice, Esq., a proprietor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.

Ashworth, Jasper, as to landwaiter's place; cviii. 16.

Aspley, Colby, of Gosport, proposes to sell his brewhouse; cliv. 6.

Assa, regiments of; cxxxi. 9, 10.

Assailly, Martha, daughter of Peter, late planter, of St. Christopher's, petition; clxxi. 26.

Assassination plot, the, persons concerned in; clxxv. 6.

Assay Master, H.M., salary of; clxxii. 35.

Assembly, the, North Britain; cxiii. 51; cxiv. 40, 54; cxv. 14; cxxi. 24.

-, Acts of the, since the Reformation, the principals [? originals] of, burnt at Edinburgh; cxiv. 40.

-, moderator of; cxxi. 24.

-, of Jamaica, the. See Jamaica.

Assentists, the; cxii. 48.

Assentista, the New; cxii. 58.

Assiento contract, the, between Her Majesty and the King of Spain, terms of; clxxvi. 28; clxxviii. 19, 20; clxxix. 40.

Astell, Mr., a merchant; cxvi. 26.

Astry, Mr. James, recommended to succeed Mr. King as secretary to the controllers of the army accounts; cli. 54.

Athlone, storming of; cxxii. 27.

Athol, Duke of, memorial; clxxiv. 54.

Atkins, Dame Susannah, money devised by; cxxiii. 15.

Atkinson, Samuel, as to payment for stamps on hawkers' and pedlars' licences; clx. 17.

Atterbury, Thomas, as to charges for apprehending Cranburn, &c.; clxxv. 6.

-, -, report of, as to Mr. Couchman's bills; cxlvii. 35.

-, -, -, as to the waits of the messengers; cli. 18.

Attorney General, the; cxiv. 2, 50; cxv. 31; cxvi. 6; cxvii. 11, 51; cxix. 4; cxxi. 7, 55, 75; cxxii. 9; cxxv. 42; cxxvi. 34; cxxvii. 10, 22; cxxxi. 39, 49; cxxxii. 9, 37, 51; cxxxiii. 5, 82; cxxxiv. 55; cxxxv. 24, 30, 31, 36; cxxxvi. 21, 31, 34, 55; cxl. 12, 29; cxliii. 12, 21, 41, 44; cxliv. 28, 31; cxlv. 23, 44; cxlvi. 40; cxlvii. 59; cxlviii. 3, 10, 18, 37; cxlix. 38; cl. 1, 23; cli. 27, 48; clii. 9; cliii. 7; cliv. 39, 54; clv. 1, 30; clvi. 8; clviii. 22; clxi. 29; clxii. 7; clxiii. 15; clxiv. 1, 38; clxv. 5, 11, 22, 37, 42; clxvi. 2; clxvii. 16; clxviii. 11; clxxii. 8, 46; clxxiv. 46; clxxv. 17, 27; clxxvi. 12, 18, 20; clxxviii. 8, 17, 36, 47; clxxix. 6, 9, 12, 14.

-, -, (Mountague), opinions, reports, &c.; cxii. 8, 29; cxiv. 15, 17, 32, 60; cxvii. 6, 7; cxxii. 28.

-, -, to prosecute encroachers on St. James's park; cv. 7.

-, -, (Ireland); cxii. 52; cxv. 23; cxx. 28; cxl. 17; cxlviii. 13.

Attorneys, &c., objection to granting indemnity to; cxii. 32.

-, frauds practised by, against the stamp revenue; cxvi. 6.

-, informations against; cvi. 2.

Attwood, Wm., Esq., superseded from being Chief Justice of the province of New York, petition; cxxii. 28; cxxxiv. 27.

Aubigney, or Aubigny, in France; cxiii. 59; cxlviii. 4.

Auchincruwe, land and baronies of, conveyed to Allan Lord Cathcart; cli. 8.

Auditor General, Ireland. See Ireland, Auditor General.

Auditors, the; cxvi. 13; cxxi. 60; cxxii. 35; cxxxviii. 28.

-, -, report of; cxv. 19, 31; cxxiv. 13, 14, 32. See also Imprest.

Augmentation, the troops of; cxli. 1; cxliii. 1.

Augustus, King, Court of; cxi. 27.

-, -, (Elector of Saxony), H.M. Envoy to; cxxxv. 21.

Austin, Mr., Receiver General for Hampshire, owed large sums, a prisoner; cxxxvi. 56.

Ayloffe, Henry, Esq., Queen's Remembrancer, deceased; cx. 32.

Ayr; salt pans at; clxxii. 3.

-, sheriffdom of; cli. 8.

-, smuggling traders at; cxxi. 15.

Ayrshire; cviii. 56.

-, prevented from signing an address against the Union; cxix. 7.