Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 4, 1708-1714. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1974.
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Bacalan, Col., public money for subsistence of prisoners in Spain; cxxv. 19.
Bache, William, master-smith to the Crown, money due to; cxxxv. 42.
Bachelors, proposed tax on; cxvi. 48.
Backer, Simon Heeres, master of a ship from Norway, captured by a French privateer, petition; cli. 16.
Bacon's insurrection; cv. 38.
Bagnal, , petition; clviii. 22.
Bagshaw, Henry, proposal of to raise revenue; cxx. 16.
Bagster, Jo., states the case between the Queen and the Bishop of Winchester; cxliv. 28.
Bahama Islands, the, the proprietors and governors of; clviii. 6.
-, -, under a Charter Government; clxxiv. 56.
Baker, Admiral, his account of the garrison of Gibraltar; cxlvii. 17.
-, Captain, had gone into Kent and Sussex; cviii. 45.
-, Mr., treasurer to the governors of Queen Anne's Bounty; clxxiv. 15.
-, Mr., the consul at Algiers and Tripoli; clxxiii. 24.
-, Henry, late solicitor to the Treasury; clxxiii. 9.
-, -, report; cxxxviii. 49.
-, -, -, on discoveries by Mr. Hind; cx. 11.
-, -, -, on wool and iron-bound chests reported to have been shipped from England to France; cxlviii. 14.
-, -, sends list of officers employed in preventing exportation of wool, &c.; cxxxviii. 25.
-, J., report of, as to the ship Worcester seized and condemned in Scotland; cvii. 38.
-, T., Commissioner for the recovery of the arrears of prizes; cxiii. 31, 32; cxiv. 63; cxxi. 68, 69, 70, 82; cxxii. 2; cxxiii. 1; cxxiv. 45; cxxxi. 14; cxxxii. 31, 59; cxxxiii. 51; cxxxiv. 61; cxxxv. 25; cxxxviii. 21; cxliii. 35; cxlvi. 36; cxlviii. 16; clx. 16; clxxv. 39.
-, -, as to present to the Emperor of Morocco; clxii. 24.
-, -, ship taken as prize; cx. 41.
Balby, Marquis, money lent in his name; clxxiii. 43.
Baldwin, Cusac, surrender of office of keeper of the records in the Birmingham Tower, in Ireland; cxx. 22.
Ball, John, Office of Works, Windsor; clxiv. 13; clxxii. 30.
-, -, -, -, estimate; cxxiv. 49.
-, Robert, merchant, proposal of; cxxxi. 37.
Ballimagooly, march between, and Cork; cxvii. 9.
Ballinglogh, in the county of Roscommon, barrack-master at; cxxi. 48.
Ballowe, Henry, a deputy chamberlain for joining tallies in the Court of Exchequer; cvi. 59; cxiv. 5; cxvi. 27.
Ballygarney. See Mount Kennedy.
Ballynegere, part of the Earl of Clancarty's estate; cxxxviii. 50.
Balnagowan, lands and barony of, granted to Charles Ross of Balnagowan; clxvii. 10.
Baltic, the, goods easily imported into North Britain from; cxlvi. 39.
-, -, goods from, to be aired at Howfort in the Medway; cxxxi. 25.
-, -, linen, &c. from, proposal to prohibit, during the contagion; cxxvii. 10.
-, -, manufacture of pitch and tar in; cliv. 59.
Baltimore, Lord, lord proprietor of Maryland; clxxiv. 56.
Bamford, James, petition; cxxiii. 43.
Banff, a member of Inverness; cviii. 44.
Banfield, , the case of; clxxvi. 15.
Bank of England; cxiii. 55; cxiv. 58; cxix. 16; cxx. 6; cxxvii. 11, 18; cxl. 6.
-, allowance to, for circulating Exchequer Bills; clv. 12; clviii. 47.
-, cashier of; clvii. 23.
-, governor and directors of; cxiv. 26; cxl. 4; cxlii. 10; clxxv. 26.
-, interest paid to; cxxvi. 42.
-, loans by; cxiii. 58; cxxvi. 42; cxlvi. 7, 19, 45; cli. 42; clxiii. 8, 13; clxxvii. 21.
-, payment of lottery tickets by; cxlvii. 11.
-, proposal to remit money for the troops in Flanders; cxvii. 23; cxxiii. 37.
-, scheme of the, first proposed by William Paterson; cxiii. 39.
-, undertake to make all Exchequer Bills specie; cxl. 4.
Bankes, Thomas, landwaiter in the port of London, recommended by the Duke of Hamilton for promotion, petition; clviii. 35.
Bannatyne, or Bannatine, Robert, macer of H.M. Court of Exchequer (North Britain), memorial; cxxi. 66; cxxxi. 56.
Banqueting House at the Palace at Whitehall, fire next to; clxxv. 46; clxxvi. 17.
Barbadoes, the; cxl. 8; cxliv. 19; cxlix. 49; cliii. 9.
-, -, customs of, perpetuity settled on; cxxxi. 53.
-, -, 4 per cent. in; cvi. 69.
-, -, governor of; cxxxix. 43.
-, -, gunners at; clxvi. 7.
-, -, heavy demands for; cxii. 56.
-, -, importation of sugar from; cxlviii. 31.
-, -, ordnance in; clviii. 27; clxxiv. 45; clxxvi. 9.
-, -, public business of, agents for transacting; cxvi. 44.
-, -, service of Commissioners for sick and wounded at; cxliv. 17; clviii. 53.
-, -, stores sent to; cv. 14; cxxxviii. 47.
-, -, the establishment at; clxii. 3.
-, -, under the immediate government of the Crown, revenue of; clxxiv. 56.
Barbary; cxxiii. 28.
-, and Gibraltar, illegal trade between; clxi. 26.
Barcelona; cv. 54; cvi. 51, 52; cxvii. 25; cxxii. 72; cxxiii. 28; cxxxi. 12; cxxxvii. 36; cxlviii. 22; clxxv. 30.
-, coining or recoining at; cxlii. 27.
-, corn supplied, to; cxxxvii. 1; cxl. 24; cxliii. 35.
-, deputy-paymaster at; cxlii. 27.
-, German recruits transported to; cxl. 38.
-, H.M. paymaster at; clix. 11.
-, -, stores of war in; clxiv. 12.
-, -, -, seized by the town; clxvii. 9.
-, Imperial troops to be sent from Vado to; cxxxiii. 80.
-, remittances to; cxlix. 18.
-, siege of; cxxxiii. 29.
-, taking of; cxlvii. 22.
-, troops lying at, embarked for Minorca; cliv. 16.
Barclay, George, episcopal minister in North Britain, petition; cxxx. 22.
Barges and boatmen better for the revenue than sloops; cxvii. 4.
Barkley, Mr. William, surveyor of Excise; cxxxviii. 17.
Barnard Castle, in the bishopric of Durham, office of master forester, &c.; cxiv. 7.
-, -, lordship of, granted to city of London; cxiv. 7.
Barner [?], General, broke by the Dutch deputies; cl. 28.
-, Major-General, pay of the Holstein regiments; clxii. 51; clxiii. 6.
Barnes, Wm., of Norwich, gent., sole distributor of stamped vellum, parchment, &c., in the co. of Norfolk and city of Norwich, petition; cxxi. 44.
Barnesly, , concerned in the assassination plot; clxxv. 6.
Barnwell, Sir George, bart., pension, petition; cxiii. 64.
Barrel, the, different measures of; cxv. 54.
-, -, judged to be 36 gallons; cv. 61.
Barrow, Thomas, of the island of Bermudas, fined, appeal; cxiv. 42.
Barrowby, near Grantham, case of the rector of; cvi. 65.
Barry of Santry, Henry, Lord Baron, Lieut.-Col. to Earl of Wharton's late dragoon regiment, memorial; clxvii. 4, 22.
-, Richard, second remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, petition; cxvii. 33.
-, William; cxvii. 33.
Barrymore, Earl of; cxlix. 18; cl. 27.
-, -, commands a regiment, memorial; cxxiii. 34.
-, -, Lieut.-General of H.M. forces in Spain; cxliv. 43.
Basket, John, of London, stationer, memorial; clxxi. 20.
Bass, the; cl. 21.
Basseterre, the French quarter of, grant of plantation in; cxvi. 49.
Bastille, the, a prisoner in; clxxviii. 45.
Bastin, Mrs., petition of; cxxxiv. 31.
Baston, Samuel, concerned in the assassinanation plot; clxxv. 6.
Bateman, Ja., sub-governor of South Sea Company; clxxix. 7.
Bath, Earl of, John, granted a perpetuity out of the tin revenue by King Charles II.; cxxxiii. 82.
-, -, William Henry, death of; cxxxiii. 82.
-, Richard Noble's leasehold house at; clxi. 24.
Batho, Hugh, of Dublin, gent., married John Meach's daughter, petition; clxxii. 33.
Bathurst, Mr., to receive arrears of land tax, &c. in Kent; cxxxix. 45.
-, Edward, Esq., receiver general for part of the co. of Kent, petition; cxlix. 10.
Battle-axe guards, the, clothing; cxvii. 37; clxvi. 42.
Baxter, John, Commissary in Portugal to the officers of ordnance; cxxvi. 44; cxxxiv. 37.
-, -, -, to go to Port Mahon; cxiii. 1.
Baylie, Samuel, receiver general of aids, &c., co. Staff.; cx. 57; cliv. 18.
Bayne, Mr., secretary to Earl of Wemyss; cxi. 18.
-, William, money due to his brother from King Charles II.; cl. 21.
Bayonne, in France, general exchange [of prisoners ?] at; cxxii. 21.
-, -, prisoners at; cxxi. 61, 81.
-, -, -, brought homo from; cliii. 16; clix. 9.
Beach, Capt., purchase of materials for ships; cv. 29.
Beachy, the engagement at; clxxviii. 37.
Beacons, &c., right of erecting and maintaining, vested in the Corporation of the Trinity House; cxxiv. 6.
Bealing, Mr., H.M. upholsterer, has an estate; cxxxv. 42.
Beard, or Baird, Mr. Robert, in a riot in Essex Street; clviii. 22; clix. 48.
Beauclerk, or Beauclair [?] Charles, second son of the Duke of St. Albans; cviii. 11.
Beaufort, Henry Duke of; cv. 43; cxxiv. 54.
-, -, -, a proprietor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.
-, -, -, Lord Warden of the New Forest; cxlv. 41; clxxvi. 5.
-, -, -, timber for; clxv. 10.
Beaumont, Mr., demand for forage; cxlvi. 23.
-, Mr. Francis, forage; cxxxviii. 54.
-, Sir Geo.; clxxix. 14.
Beauveau, Susanna de, relict of Mr. de l'Hospital, pension; cxxiii. 19.
Beccles, in the co. of Suffolk; cxix. 4.
Beckford, Mr., collector at Jamaica, obstructed in his duty; cliv. 32.
Beckwith, Thomas; cxxiii. 18.
Bedchamber, gentleman of the; cxxxv. 43.
Beddoe, or Bedoe, Robert, gatekeeper of the gates leading from the Privy Garden into Cannon's Row, Westminster, petition; cxxxv. 5; clxvi. 12.
Bedell, Mr. Thomas, recommended as controller (Transport Service); cxxi. 60.
Bedford, Duke of; cxiii. 53; cxiv. 34.
-, Mr., an upholsterer, Pall Mall; cv. 7.
-, Mr. Benjamin, upholsterer, rent due to, for house hired for the Czar of Muscovy's minister; cliv. 40.
Beer, proposed duty on retailers of; cxix. 10; cxx. 16.
Belasyse, Sir Henry, memorial; clxxii. 43.
-, J. C., appointed with two others to inquire into Mr. Chetwynd's accounts; cxlviii. 1.
Belfast, the manor of; cviii. 12.
Belfoord, the lands of, in the co. of Roxburgh, granted to Francis Scot; cxlv. 6.
Bell, Thomas, of Dublin, merchant, petition; cxxxii. 34.
Bellamont, Catherine Countess Dowager of, married Capt. Caldwall, petition; cxv. 9.
-, Earl of, real estate of, in Ireland, and in salt fats at Droitwich; cxv. 9.
Bellew, Lord, changed from the Romish to the Protestant religion, petition; clviii. 21.
-, Colonel Thomas, services of, memorial; cxxxii. 19.
Bellonden, Lord, son of Mary Countess of Dalhousie, and usher to the Exchequer in Scotland, salary of; cxxi. 45.
Ben, , engaged in a riot; clviii. 22.
Benacre, manor of, granted by Queen Eliza beth; cxiv. 34.
Bendysh, Henry [gent.], transport of Palatines to New York, memorial; cxvii. 30; cxxiv. 7.
-, -, secretary to the commissioners for the poor Palatines, petition; clxxvii. 44.
Bennet, or Bennett, Colonel Joseph, chief engineer at Gibraltar; cxii. 48; cxxii. 22; cxxxiv. 37; cxxxvi. 23; clxxiv. 51.
-, Mr. William, removed from the Commissaryship of Musters in Scotland; cxxxv. 22.
Bennett, Benjamin, house at St. George's, Bermuda; cvii. 57.
Benson, John, under-sheriff of Middlesex, fees for an extent; cvi. 63.
-, the Rt. Hon. Robert, Esq.; cxxx. 31. See also Bingley, Lord.
Bentley, Joseph (Customs), memorial, &c.; cxxxii. 15; cli. 43; clxii. 9.
-, Dr., lived at the Cottonian Library; clxxix. 28.
-, Richard, D.D., keeper of H.M. Library, memorial; cxxxiv. 49; cxliv. 37.
Bentura de Larie, the Morocco ambassador, memorial; cxxxiii. 10.
Beranger, Moses, of London, merchant, holds H.M. tin at Amsterdam, as security for a loan; clix. 17.
-, Mr., paid money for tin; clxviii. 15.
Bere, East, the forest of, dispute about running deer into; cxv. 44.
-, -, alias South, H.M. forest of, in co. of Southampton; cxliv. 28.
-, the forest of; cxiv. 61; cxv. 2.
Bergamy, Count, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Modena, 300l. to be presented to; cxiv. 36.
Bergen, gentleman to be placed at; cxvi. 4.
-, in Norway; cxv. 37.
Berkeley, the late Earl of, grant to, by William III.; cxxxii. 58.
-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of, memorial; cxxxii. 58.
-, Wm., Lord, a proprietor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.
Bermudas, the, alias Somer Islands, treasure discovered in; cxvi. 34.
-, -, Colonel Day's house in; cvii. 57.
-, -, Exchequer of; cxvi. 34.
-, -, Government in; cxiv. 42.
-, -, H.M. forces in garrison in; clviii. 2.
-, -, produce the palmetto tree; clxvii. 21.
-, -, under the immediate government of the Crown, revenues of; clxxiv. 56.
Bernard, Charles; cvi. 42.
-, Francis, Commissioner of Revenue for Ireland; clxiii. 47.
-, -, Solicitor General for Ireland, report; cxlviii. 13.
Berne; cxxxix. 33.
-, the canton of, demanded interest for money advanced to Lieut.-General Stanhope; cxxxvii. 32.
Bertie, or Berty, Mr., Treasurer (of the Ordnance), balance of account due from; cxx. 34.
-, -, Charles, his executor; cxxxvii. 15.
-, Hon. Henry; cliii. 11.
-, Phil., on behalf of Henry Smithson; clxxv. 48.
Berwick Bridge belongs to the county, and should be repaired by them; clxvii. 11; clxviii. 14.
-, -, the only bridge over the Tweed; clxviii. 14.
-, garrison of, chaplain of; cxxxiv. 15.
-, -, -, and town major of; clxxii. 43.
-, mayor of; clxvii. 11; clxviii. 14.
-, Col., H.M. Casual Receiver (Barbadoes); clxxiv. 53.
-, Duke of, Lieut.-Governor to; cxxiv. 30.
Bethun, Mr., recommended by the Earl of Glasgow and others, as collector of Customs; cvi. 37.
Bethune, Mr., collector of Dundee; cxxv. 18.
Bette, Mons. de, Lieut. in Lord Gallway's regiment of horse, killed in the ship taken and carried into Brest; cxv. 12.
Bevan, Arthur, Esq., of the Middle Temple, as to lease of a mill in the parish of Eglwys-Cymmin; clxv. 31; clxxviii. 46.
Biddeford, packet boats to sail from, during the war; cxxiii. 45.
Biddulph, Sir Mich., does not own Greenwich Park; cxxxviii. 4.
Bilbao, case of wine imported from, into North Britain; cxxi. 13, 64.
-, gentleman to be placed at; cxvi. 4.
-, things stolen from Col. Dormer at; cxxxvii. 8.
Billagh, H.M. wood of, in Sherwood Forest; clxxvii. 31.
Bills of Exchange. See Exchange, Bills of.
Bingley, Rt. Hon. the Lord, Ambassador to King of Spain; clxxiii. 15.
-, -, -, Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer; cxliv. 60; cxlix. 44; cl. 32.
-, -, -, recommends Wm. Dennison; clxvi. 28.
-, -, -, state and chapel furniture for; clxxvii. 19.
Binswood, in Holt Forest, damage done to, by Sir Simeon Stuart; cxlvii. 26.
-, -, Sir Simeon Steward's title to; clxxvi. 12.
Birchill (? in Fife), lands in, granted to Katherine and David Monypenny; clxi. 20.
Birkland wood in Sherwood Forest; clxxvii. 31.
Birmingham Tower, the, in Ireland, records in; cxx. 22.
Bishop, John, proposal of, as to the waste books and papers in the Government offices; cli. 25.
Bishops, the, in North Britain, state of the rents of; cxv. 19.
Bisse, Mr. Stephen, agent at Lisbon to the commissioners of victualling; cvi. 72; cxxxiv. 11.
Bissell, Charles, of Portsmouth, gent., petition; cliv. 39.
Bisset, Brigadier, his loss when coming to England with Sir Cloudesley Shovell, petition; cxxxii. 45; cxxxiii. 88.
-, Col. Andrew, a captain of H.M. Coldstream foot-guards, commander-in-chief of that battalion at the battle of Almanza, petition; cxiv. 55.
B., J., proposal to save money in paying the forces in Flanders; clxi. 34.
Blackett, Wm., in favour of Mr. Emanuel Walker's petition; cxlix. 23.
Blackheath, buildings and enclosures on; cxxxviii. 4.
-, Palatines encamped at; cxvii. 27; cxix. 1.
Blacklock, Albert, and other mariners of the Eagle transport, saved officers and soldiers cast away in the St. Lawrence River, petition; cxlvi. 6.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, attended on H.R.H. [? Prince George of Denmark] in his last sickness; cxxi. 23.
Blackness, in Scotland, the castle of; cxlix. 31.
Blackstock, Alexander, to be inspector for the Isle of Man, and to be from time to time on the coast of Galloway and Dumfries; cxiv. 30.
Black Swan Court, renewal of lease in; cxxiv. 9.
Blagny, M. Jacob de, to receive money for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague; clv. 16.
Blake, Mr. James, contract with Henry St. John, Esq., for clothing, &c.; cxxxii. 26, 27.
Blanc, Mons. le; cliv. 1.
Bland, Col., demands for stoppages from Lieut.-General Harvey's regiments of horse; cxl. 49.
Blannack, Count, chef d'escadre, cruising in the channel; cxliii. 36.
Blansac, Mons. de; cv. 38.
Blantyre, Walter, Lord, petition; cxiii. 59; cxlviii. 4.
Blathwait, or Blathwayt, Mr.; cviii. 25; cx. 64.
-, -, William, auditor general of H.M. plantations, reports of; cxii. 9, 24, 33, 45; cxiii. 13, 66; cxiv. 23; cxvi. 49; cxx. 25; cxxi. 6; cxxxvii. 53; cxxxix. 12; cxlvi. 27; cxlvii. 63; clxiii. 54; clxv. 23; clxvii. 23; clxxii. 40; clxxiv. 56.
-, -, report as to quit rents of Virginia, &c.; cv. 38.
Blayney, or Blaney, Lord, the Right Hon. William, governor of town, fort, and co. of Sligo; cxv. 47.
-, Mary, Lady, widow of Lord Blaney; cxv. 47.
-, -, -, -, her husband suffered by the war in Ireland, and his estate under sequestration, petition; cxlvi. 41; clii. 39.
Blencowe, Mr., deciphering letters, salary raised to 200l. a year; cxiii. 61.
Blenheim, the battle of; cxxxii. 19.
Blessen, Cornelio, the widow of; cxiii. 16.
Blizard, Alice, H.M. herb strewer, scarlet cloth to; clxvi. 44.
Blockhouse Point, Portsmouth, fortifications on; clxxv. 4.
-, -, land near, washed away by the sea; cxlv. 26.
Blunt, John, Esq., a receiver of the public debts; clxxvi. 25.
-, -, and others, navy bill in the name of; clx. 8.
Blyke, Theophilus, commissary of stores in Spain; clxi. 8; clxiii. 31; clxiv. 12, 35; clxvii. 9.
Blythyng, James, letter as to Mr. Albert; clxxii. 8.
Boddely, Thomas, respecting claims of John Greenwood and John Bouch; clix. 48.
Bogy; cxxxi. 56.
-, the Lady, relict of Sir John Weems of Bogy; cxxxi. 56.
Bois le Duc, the camp at; cx. 24.
Boissier, Monsieur William, & Co., bills of exchange; cxxvi. 16.
Boit, or Boitt, Charles; clxv. 43.
-, Charles, H.M. painter in enamel; cxxi. 23; cxxvii. 28.
Bolingbroke, or Bolingbrooke, Lord Viscount; cli. 19; clviii. 21; clxvii. 28; clxxii. 2, 15, 57; clxxiii. 17, 35, 36; clxxiv. 18; clxxv. 3, 14, 16, 51; clxxvii. 4, 15, 22, 43; clxxviii. 34, 45.
-, -, complaint made by the East India Company; clxv. 5.
-, -, allowance to William Tavener; clxii. 30, 33, 34.
-, -, boats between Rotterdam and the Thames; clviii. 10.
-, -, his office; clxviii. 1.
-, -, principal Secretary of State; clxxviii. 23.
Bolton, Duke of, claim of, for timber blown down in bailiwick of Barleigh; cxv. 49.
-, -, Governor and Vice Admiral of the Isle of Wight, memorial; cxii. 49.
-, -, Lord Cutts' successor as governor of Garisbrook Castle; clxxv. 7.
Bomeden; cxxvi. 7.
Bonabell, Lieut. Jean, pensioner, to go to Portugal; cxv. 28.
Bonadventure transport, the, surgeon to; cxxii. 61.
Boncour, Lieut., in Lord Gallway's regiment, killed on board the Assurance; cxv. 12.
Bonds (Customs); cxvii. 54.
Bonet, Mons. Frid., President of the King of Prussia, memorials, &c. from; cxxxii. 14; cxxxv. 14; clix. 37; clxxiv. 14; clxxvii. 37.
Bonna, can be looked after by the revenue officers at Campbeltoun; clxxiv. 54.
Bonnemeres, Paul Minvielle de, petition; clxxi. 26.
Bonner, Vaughan, Esq., receiver general of land tax for the Lindsey division of the co. of Lincoln; clix. 10.
Boosey, Nathaniel, of Bocking, Essex; cv. 35.
Boothe, Nathaniel, Esq., surveyor of the revenue of greenwax, petition; cxxv. 39.
Bophin, Lord, his estate in Ireland forfeited by rebellion; cxliii. 37.
Bor, or Borr, Brigadier, difficulty in disbanding his regiment of marines at Southampton; clxiv. 33; clxxii. 18.
-, Colonel, of Major General Willis' regiment of marines; cxl. 46; cxliv. 45.
Borland, Mr., agent victualler at Annapolis; cliv. 7.
-, -, H.M. agent at Boston; cxxxii. 25.
Borl, Baron de, pay of the Holstein troops and the Walloon dragoons commanded by him; clxiii. 6; clxv. 2.
-, -, son of Mons. Walef, who resigned his regiment to him; clxv. 6.
Boroughbridge, inconvenience of the foot post from; clxii. 50.
-, the postmaster of; clxii. 50.
Borough rolls, clerk of the; cxii. 42.
Boroughs, or other places returning members to Parliament, crown prosecutions; cxix. 34.
Borrett, Capt. Edward, lost a leg at the battle of Mons, pension to; clviii. 19.
Borrett, William, Esq., Treasury solicitor, costs of; cix. 4.
-, -, -, -, reports, &c.; cx. 64; cxiv. 34; cxxi. 56; cxxiv. 26; cxxvi. 45; cxxxvii. 21, 55; cxliv. 33; cxlvii. 15, 55; cxlix. 38; cl. 25; cli. 6; clii. 10; cliv. 27, 56; clv. 35; clvi. 4; clviii. 19, 22; clix. 48; clxv. 11; clxxiii. 18; clxxiv. 6; clxxvi. 22; clxxix. 6.
-, -, report on apprehension, &c. of Richard Tayler at Chester; cvi. 22.
-, -, -, discoveries (Customs?) by Mr. Hind; cx. 11.
-, -, -, case of John Cunliff; cx. 16.
-, -, -, case of Lord Mordington; cxvii. 47.
-, -, -, forfeiture of recognizances for sedition; cv. 49.
-, -, -, fraud (tax collectors); cv. 35.
-, -, -, informations and popular actions; cvii. 44.
-, -, -, memorial of William Hanbury, Esq.; cxvii. 45.
-, -, -, the place of Warden of the Fleet Prison; cvii. 46.
Borrows, N. B., clerk to Mr. Carthred; clxvii. 2.
Borrowstoness; cxxi. 15.
-, port of, inquiry into frauds at; cli. 15.
-, salt pans at; clxxii. 3.
-, smuggling at; cxlvi. 13, 33.
-, warehouse of, the breaking open of the; cxxxvii. 24.
Borthwick, Mr., assay master, Mint (Scotland); cvii. 14; cxxv. 18.
Boscowen, Hugh, Esq.; cxxi. 69.
Boston, Lincolnshire, port of; cxxiii. 20.
-, New England; cvi. 17; cvii. 8; cxx. 32; cxxxii. 25; cxxxvii. 2; cxxxix. 24; cliii. 9; clx. 3.
-, -, Board of Ordnance's commissary at; cxxxvii. 52.
-, -, sales of stores at; clxxvii. 33.
Boteler, Mr. Thomas, brought the privy seal from the Duchess of Newcastle on the Duke's death, petition; cxxxvii. 9.
Bouch, John, a watchman, assault on; clviii. 22; clix. 48.
Bouer. See Lagarde.
Boughton, Jessop, to keep a register of ships; cix. 17.
-, Joseph, secretary to Commissioners of Customs (Scotland); cxxiv. 56.
-, Thomas, gent., petition; cxxiv. 57.
Bouhereau, Dr. Elias, keeper of the public library near St. Sepulchre's, Dublin, secretary to Lord Gallway in Piedmont, petition; cxii. 22.
Boult, Joseph, brings over the palmetto leaf, petition; clxvii. 21.
Bounty money; clxxiii. 38.
-, payable upon the exportation of corn; cxvii. 32.
-, Queen Anne's, governors of; clxxiv. 15.
Bourchier, Charles, Esq., army clothing, petition; clxiv. 17.
Bourdeaux, gentleman to be placed at; cxvi. 4.
Bourgeois, Isaac, late coastwaiter at Leith, turned out to make room for a North Briton, petition; cxliv. 18.
Bourn, James, apprehends Richard Tayler; cvi. 22.
Bowes, Sir William, Knt., master forester and chief warden of the forest, &c. of Barnard Castle, &c.; cxiv. 7.
-, -, lease of the lead mines in the new forest of Teasdale, and in Marwood Chace; cxiv. 7.
Bowles, Col., commands the late Col. John Caulefield's regiment; cxliii. 16.
-, -, regiment of; cvi. 57; cxvi. 32.
-, Mr. William, an officer of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland; cxxii. 69.
Bowyer, William, printer (printing of Rymer's Fdera); cvii. 64; cx. 59; cxiii. 57; cxvi. 20; cxxii. 23; cxxxi. 42; cxxxv. 38; cli. 40; clxvi. 29.
-, -, his printing office in White Friars, fire at; clxi. 18.
Boyden, Benjamin, surveyor general of duties on houses for Dolphin and Rood precincts in Tower Ward; cxl. 48.
Boyle, Mr., brother to the Earl of Glasgow, one of the Commissioners of Customs in the port of Edinburgh; cxiv. 54.
-, -, to visit the ports of Inverness, Aberdeen, and Montrose, and report on the frauds there; cli. 15.
-, H.; cxii. 43; cxiii. 5, 29; cxiv. 20, 50; cxv. 38, 39; cxvii. 20; cxxi. 8, 30, 32; cxxii. 64; cxxiv. 29.
Boyne, the battle of the; cxvii. 42; cxlv. 27; clxi. 1.
Boys, Anthony, a prisoner in Newgate, petition; clxxiii. 40.
Boyse, or Bois, Capt.; cvii. 53.
-, -, commander of H.M. ship Bonadventure, security of trade; cviii. 7.
Brabant, Prussian troops in; cxxxv. 14.
Bradford, Thomas, information to a Custom House officer against the captain and lieutenant of H.M.S Medway; cxxxiii. 93.
Bradshaw, Cornwall, and others, their loan to K. Charles II. and farm of hearth money; cvi. 19.
Bragard, Lieut.-Col. Cyrus, his regiment broke, petition; cxxiii. 36.
Bragg, Robert, chaplain of the chapel at Portsmouth; cxxiv. 30.
Brand, Sir Alexander, Knt., partner with Sir George Hamilton, memorial; cxxi. 84.
-, Mr. Thomas, H.M. writer and embellisher to the Eastern princes; cxxi. 30; cxxiv. 29; clxxvii. 43.
Brandon, the Duchess of. See Hamilton and Brandon, Duchess of.
Brandy, duty on; cxix. 10; cxx. 35.
-, &c. cast ashore on Suffolk coast; cxiv. 34.
-, (Scotland), murderous affray about; cx. 7.
-, seized at Dumfries; cx. 50.
-, smuggling of; cx. 18, 38; cxiii. 44; cxxiii. 41; cxxxiv. 4; clxiv. 11, 18. See also Customs (Scotland).
Brattell, Charles, succeeded on his brother's death as H.M. assay master; clxxii. 35.
-, Mr., memorial and certificate in favour of Mr. Oadham against; clxiii. 50.
Bray, the manor of, in the co. of Berks; clxxv. 34.
-, -, lease of; clxxix. 4.
Braybrook (Northamptonshire), lands in; cv. 30; cvi. 78.
Brazil fleet, the; cv. 56.
Breadalbane, the Earl of, few and blench duties; clxiii. 21.
Breholt, John, of London, merchant (Mr. Morrison's petition); cxxii. 26, 55.
Bremers, the (Hollanders), used to visit Shetland; cix. 43.
Brentford; cxxxiv. 24; cxxxvi. 8.
Bressey, Mrs. Margaret, descendant of the Lady Bogy, memorial; cxxxi. 56.
Brest, expedition of; cxxxii. 19.
-, privateers from; cxliii. 36.
-, ship taken and carried into; cxv. 12.
Breton, Richard, an officer of the Custom House, a debt of; cxlviii. 20.
Brewer, Mr., money relating to ship Worcester in the hands of; cxxiv. 20.
Brewers and Maltsters of Dublin, Corporation of, master and wardens of, petition; cxiv. 24, 25, 52.
-, &c., proposal as to yearly licences; clxxix. 23.
-, the, under prosecution of the House of Commons; cliv. 56.
Brianon, Count de, expenses of the Duke of Savoy in the Toulon expedition; cix. 21.
-, -, the Duke of Savoy's resident in England, death of; cxxx. 31.
Bridger, John, Esq., surveyor of H.M. woods in America; cxxv. 44.
-, -, -, -, alleged waste of timber by; cxxxvii. 2, 25; cxlix. 2.
-, -, -, -, letters, &c. from; cvi. 17, 27; cxx. 32; clxvii. 8.
-, -, -, -, misunderstanding between Mr. Francis Collins and; cxxxvii. 2.
-, -, -, -, refuses to return to New York and set the Palatines to work; cxxxvii. 25.
Bridges, Mr.; cvii. 23, 45.
-, Mr. Auditor; clxxiii. 9.
-, Charles, invention of, for stamping parchment, &c.; cxxxiv. 55.
-, the Hon. James, Esq., paymaster general of the forces. See Brydges.
-, John, Commissioner for the Equivalent in Scotland, memorial; cxv. 52.
-, William, surveyor general of the Ordnance, memorial; cxvii. 12.
Bridlington, ill-treatment of a French vessel at; clxiv. 11.
Briel, the, the postmaster of, pension to; clxxviii. 39.
Brigden, Thomas, riding officer at Shoreham, to be moved to Brighthelmston; cxxxviii. 49.
Briggins, John, glazier, deceased, work at the Savoy; clxxiv. 20.
-, Rachel, widow of John, petition; clxxiv. 20.
Brighthelmston, riding officer at; cxxxviii. 49.
Brihuega, Col. Dormer's equipage plundered by the enemy at; cxxxvii. 8.
-, regiments, the, officers of; cxxxix. 16.
-, seven regiments, &c. taken at; cxxvii. 5; cxxxi. 11; cxxxii. 54; cxxxvii. 41; cxliv. 65; cxlv. 39; cxlvii. 22.
-, the misfortune at; cxxxi. 11, 18.
Briscoe, Capt. Temple, his company; clxvi. 41.
Brisoniere, Peter de la, captain and engineer, served in Ireland and Flanders, petition of; cv. 1.
Bristol; cxxi. 7.
-, Controller of Customs at; cxxiv. 4.
-, Custom house at; cxiii. 6.
-, distillery in, supervisor of the; clviii. 44.
-, landwaiter at; cxxiii. 29.
-, searcher of Customs at; cxlvi. 37.
-, timber expected from; cxxiii. 5.
-, -, imported from, for H.M. train of artillery, remission of duty on; cxxvi. 30.
-, John, Bishop of, Lord Privy Seal; cxlix. 24.
-, -, -, the Queen's picture given to; cl. 13.
-, the Lord Bishop of, Lord Privy Seal, ambassador at the treaty of peace, Her Majesty's picture presented to; clxi. 23.
Bristow; cxii. 59.
Britain, corn sent from, to Cadiz; cxii. 58.
Brittain, Anne, convicted and fined for receiving stolen goods, petition; clxxiii. 18.
Broadlies, the lands of, granted to Sir Francis Grant; cxlv. 5.
Brocas, Peter, clerk, petition of; cxv. 26.
Brockett, W., salary out of the Post Office; cxlviii. 27.
Brodrick, Alan, report on petition of Elizabeth Caldwell; cix. 31.
-, Thomas, controller of army accounts, report on offreckonings of forces in Spain; cx. 53.
-, -, -, petition of Capt. Daniel Wilson; cix. 5.
-, -, -, -, Dr. Thomas Lower; cxxiv. 18.
-, -, -, -, Mr. John Tom, Vicar of Kinsale; cx. 14.
-, -, -, -, Lieut. Robert Savill; cxii. 11.
-, -, -, -, Nathaniel Carpenter; cxiii. 42.
-, -, -, -, Walter Brough; cx. 42.
-, -, -, respits; cxiii. 34; cxxxiii. 68.
Broekhuysen, Mons. (at the Hague), letter to Lord Strafford; cl. 28.
Bromfeild, French, Esq., a receiver general for Sussex; cviii. 32.
Bromfield, William, proposal for victualling Gibraltar and Port Mahon; clvii. 20.
Bromley, , Speaker of the House of Commons; clx. 21.
-, W. (Secretary of State); clxv. 33, 41; clxxii. 36; clxxiv. 14, 43, 49, 59; clxxvi. 21; clxxvii. 28; clxxviii. 32, 39.
-, -, his office; clxviii. 1.
-, William, Esq., lands in Castle Eden; cix. 8.
Brooke, the widow, concerning the ship Joseph; cxiii. 27.
-, Thomas, of London, merchant, importer of wine, petition; cxlvi. 15.
Brooksbank, Joseph, provided cloth to the Duke of Savoy's army, petition; cxxx. 31.
Broome; cxxxvii. 48.
Brough, Lieut. James; cx. 42.
-, Walter, father and executor to Lieut. James Brough; cx. 42.
Broughill, Jonathan, and Ruth his wife, petition for themselves and other inhabitants of Burton-in-Wirrall; cxlviii. 34.
Broughton, Mr., revenues of North Wales; clii. 31.
-, Thos., Marshall [of the Commonside] of the Queen's Bench prison, embezzlements; clxii. 34.
Brown, , and his wife, in the assassination plot; clxxv. 6.
-, Lieut. William, petition; cxvii. 35.
-, Mr., a page of King William III.; cx. 12.
-, -, coinage of Scotland; cviii. 41.
-, , of Carscuth, as J.P. (brandy running); cx. 7.
-, or Browne, Arnold, late agent for prizes at Jamaica; cvii. 35, 67; cix. 45.
-, Arnold, temporary clerk of the patents and chancery in Jamaica; cxxi. 18.
Browne, Hannah, widow of Col. Geo. Browne, late master gunner of England, petition; clviii. 41.
-, Peregrine, petition as to his debt; clxii. 46.
Browne's coffee house in King Street; cxvi. 48; cxxvii. 1.
Bruce, Sir Alexander, his pretensions to be Earl of Kincardine, opposed the Union; cxix. 7.
-, Mr.; cxlv. 34.
-, -, coinage of Scotland; cviii. 41.
-, -, collector of Kirkcaldy; cv. 29.
-, -, -, removed to Dundee, charges against; cxxv. 18; cxxvii. 37.
-, -, mustermaster general of the forces, abuses and malversations of; cxv. 8; cxxii. 69.
-, -, -, his deputy muster master; cxxii. 69.
-, Capt.-lieut. Charles, his services, petition; clxxv. 41.
-, James, controllers' office; cxxxvii. 11; cxl. 37; cxlv. 4, 18; cxlvi. 21; cxlvii. 1; cxlviii. 35; cli. 17; clii. 15, 44; clix. 7; clxi. 8; clxiii. 16; clxiv. 6; clxxii. 39, 52; clxxiv. 17; clxxvii. 12, 39; clxxviii. 21, 27, 44.
-, Thomas, son of the Earl of Kincardine, dismissal from commissaryship of musters in Scotland; cxxxv. 22.
Brucevale, , widow of, pension to; cxv. 36.
Bruges, the garrison of; clxi. 41.
-, the mutiny at; clxiil. 5.
Brughtoun, the Laird of, a J.P., the tenants of (brandy running); cx. 7.
Brunswick Lunenburgh, the Elector of, troops of, in H.M. pay; cxii. 4.
Bruntisland, North Britain, church and parish of, H.M. presentation to, disputed; clxxv. 45.
Bruyere, Major, of Lord Gallway's regiment, killed on board the Assurance; cxv. 12.
Brydges, Mr., M.P., pension sold to, by Anthony Hammond; cxlviii. 13.
-, Francis, Esq., cashier for salt duties, petition; cxix. 40.
-, George Rodney, Esq., petition for arrears of pension; cxlviii. 9.
-, or Bridges, Hon. James, Esq., paymaster of H.M. forces; passim.
-, -, -, memorial, as to rate of exchange between France and Holland; clii. 44.
-, or Bridges, James, reports, &c. [Pay Office ?]; cv. 58; cvi. 8, 10, 15.
-, J., remittances for troops; cvi. 3.
-, -, report on Capt. Joseph Guest's claims; cviii. 9.
-, -, report on commissary of provisions at Lisbon; cviii. 13.
-, -, -, on petition of Capt. William Stewart; cix. 11.
B.S., proposes duty on hats and stockings; cxvii. 28.
Buchan, the Earl of, succeeded Sir Harry Rollo in the Customs and Excise; cxlix. 31.
Buck, Mr., agent at Dover to postmasters general; clxxiv. 22.
Buckingham, Sir Owen, his zeal for H.M. service in the House of Commons, his interest in Reading, an M.P., learnt the method of making Dutch cloth or canvas, &c.; cvi. 5.
Bucknall, R., commissary of musters in Portugal; cxxvi. 12.
Buckrams, foreign, duty on; clxxvii. 34.
-, -, the case of; clxii. 20.
Buenos Ayres, sale of negroes allowed to the Assientists in the port of; clxxvi. 28.
Buis, Mons., envoy extraordinary from the States of Holland; cxl. 52.
Bull, Mr., inventor of method of making new dies; cxxxiv. 55.
Bullion; cxii. 25.
-, clerk of the, in the Mint at Edinburgh; cxxi. 2.
Bunbury, Walter, petition; clxvii. 16.
Bunce, Thomas, and other working coal-meters, petition; clxxix. 1.
Burchet, Mr. [Admiralty]; cvi. 60; cvii. 60; cx. 8.
Burchett, Mr. J., Admiralty Office; cxii. 46; cxiii. 25, 26, 33, 45; cxiv. 18; cxv. 37; cxvi. 26; cxx. 35, 37, 48; cxxii. 39, 48; cxxiii. 44, 47, 52; cxxiv. 22, 40; cxxv. 13, 28; cxxxi. 34; cxxxii. 2, 52; cxxxiii. 4, 42, 78; cxxxiv. 18; cxxxv. 49; cxxxvi. 13; cxxxvii. 45; cxxxviii. 36, 43; cxl. 46; cxliii. 36; cxliv. 5, 8, 16, 32, 50; cxlvi. 22; cxlvii. 5, 17, 48; clii. 28; clv. 14; clviii. 33; clx. 12; clxii. 54; clxiv. 36; clxv. 7, 39; clxxii. 12; clxxviii. 1.
-, Mr. (Admiralty), letters from; cv. 11; cx. 37.
Burdet, Thomas, Esq., petition; cxx. 49.
Burgh, John, Esq., as to compounding for his debts to the Crown with Mr. Wicks, petition; cxlv. 44.
-, -, executor to Michael Wicks v. Attorney General; cxxii. 9.
-, -, demand made by; clxiii. 43.
-, Thomas, Esq., engineer and surveyor general of H.M. fortifications and buildings, memorial; cxxv. 17.
-, -, -, surveyor general of works in Ireland, barracks at Dublin; cvii. 18.
-, William, accountant general in Ireland; cxxi. 41; cxxxviii. 50; cxliv. 20; clxxiv. 52; clxxv. 10.
Burgoine, Mr.; clxxiii. 7.
Burleigh, bailiwick of, in the New Forest; cxv. 49.
Burlton, William, petition for a coast waiter's place in the Port of London; cliv. 28.
Burnet, Barbara, widow, as to Lieut. John Calder's four orphans, petition; cxxx. 7.
Burnt Island, survey of; cxv. 33.
Burridge, Samuel, Esq., of Tiverton, receiver general for part of the county of Devon; cxxvi. 23.
Burrish, the widow, petition; cxv. 18.
Burrough, Hicks, one of the four clerks attending committees, &c. of the House of Commons, petition; cxlii. 20.
Burrow Rolls of Scotland; cxix. 14.
Bursars, in the Scotch Universities, appointment of; cxvi. 47.
Bursarys &c., the Barons of the Exchequer (Scotland) empowered to act in disposing of; cxx. 1.
Burslem, William, Esq., Receiver General of aids and subsidies for the co. of Stafford; cxxvi. 33.
Burston, Lieut.-Col., of Major General Willis' regiment of marines; cxl. 46.
Burton, Lord, Capt. of H.M. Yeomen of the Guard, memorial; cli. 53.
-, Mr.; clxxvii. 45.
-, Colonel George, of Major-General Will's regiment of marines, at the battle of St. Estevan in Catalonia, petition; cxii. 34.
-, David, of Edinburgh, glazier, petitions for payment of work done at Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace; cxiv. 39; cxlvii. 14.
-, Launcelot, Esq., receiver of duties on hackney coaches, &c.; clxvi. 27.
Burton-in-Wirrall, in the co. palatine of Chester, crown lands in; cxlviii. 34.
Bury, Baron, as to reward for apprehending Robert Mann; clxii. 33.
-, John, Esq., receiver general of taxes and aids, co. Nott.; cx. 43; cxxx. 29.
Bush, Arthur, secretary to the revenue, petition; clxxix. 26.
Bushel, the (coals), the size of; clxviii. 6.
Bushey Park, H.M., at Hampton Court, trees planted in; clxxix. 35.
Butchers, proposed Act as to; clxxv. 47.
Bute, Isle of, few duties payable to the Castle of Dumbartoun by; clxxiii. 47.
-, lands, earldom and barony of; clxxiii. 47.
-, James, Earl of; clxxiii. 47.
Butler, Richard, merchant of the town of Rosse, losses at sea, petition; cxv. 29.
-, Col. Walter, a Roman Catholic officer, came over to the Allies; clxxviii. 33.
Buttry, Thomas, and other working coal-meters, petition; clxxix. 1.
Byde, Thomas, (army clothing); cvii. 47.
Byerly, Thomas, Esq., collector and receiver general of H.M. revenue in New York, complaint of; cxiv. 57; cxx. 25; cxxxii. 51.
-, -, -, petition; cli. 23.
Byng, Admiral; clv. 24.
-, Sir George, gun money; cix. 9.
-, -, Knight, memorial; cxxv. 35; cxxxiii. 90.
Byrch, Edward, Esq., governor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.
-, Mr. Serjeant, his chambers in New Square, Lincoln's Inn; cxlix. 42.
Byrd, William, Esq., H.M. receiver general of Virginia; cxii. 9.
Byron, Lord, his house and park at Newstead, memorial; clxxvii. 31.
-, Capt., commander of the Cleveland yacht; cv. 11.
Bythell, H., deputy of Auditor Maynwaring; cvi. 73; cxxxvii. 12.
-, -, -, reports; cliv. 30, 31; clv. 3; clxiii. 36.
-, auditor, reports; clviii. 55; clix. 3.