Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 4, 1708-1714. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1974.
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Cadiz; clxxviii. 19.
-, proclaimed a free port; cxii. 58.
-, ten regiments sent to subsist there; cxii. 58.
Cadogan, General; cxlv. 4.
-, Mons. de, Plenipotentiary-General, Major and Quartermaster-General of H.M. army; cxii. 4.
Caesar, or Cesar, Mr. Charles, treasurer of the navy; cxxxv. 1; cxxxvi. 2; cxliii. 3, 4; cxlv. 46; cli. 42; clii. 21; clviii. 39, 50, 53; clxxii. 44; clxxviii. 37.
Cairnes, Sir Alexander; cli. 4.
-, -, petition as to money seized; clxxvi. 15.
Caithness; cxiv. 30.
-, ships lost on the coast of; cv. 19.
Calais; cxx. 11; cxxxvii. 64.
-, Dover and Ostend, packet boats between; clx. 13; clxii. 11.
-, vessel captured and carried to; cxvi. 42.
Calatayud; clxxv. 30.
Caldecot, or Caldicot, Charles, petition; cxxxii. 11.
Calder, Lieut. John, killed at siege of Oudenarde in 1708, leaves four orphans, their mother having since died; cxix. 29; cxxv. 10; cxxx. 7.
Caldwall, Capt., married Catherine the dowager Countess of Bellamont; cxv. 9.
Caldwell, Elizabeth, furnished garrisons in Ireland, petition; cix. 31; cli. 4.
-, Col. Hugh, brother of Elizabeth, killed at Doway; cli. 4.
-, Sir James, father of Elizabeth, his services at the Revolution; cix. 31; cli. 4.
-, Mrs. E., petition on behalf of herself the Earl of 5Granard, and Mrs. E. Jones; clxiv. 25, 26.
Caldy, Island of, French ship wrecked on; cxiii. 6.
Calicoes, &c. imported, proposed duty on; clxxii. 24.
-, printed or stained, duty on; clxii. 44.
Callaghan, or Callagan, Capt. Charles, in French and Portuguese service, petition; cxxi. 19, 83; cxxii. 44; cxxxiii. 25.
Callowe, Thomas, a tidesman; cxxiv. 19.
Camaret Bay, the descent, &c. of; cxv. 26; clxxviii. 37.
Camberwell, palatines encamped at; cxvii. 27; cxix. 1.
Cambrics; cvi. 14.
Cambron, the camp at; cx. 22.
Cammock, Capt., commander of the Speedwell, takes a French privateer; cviii. 24.
Campbel, , came from France with treasonable designs; cxxxii. 17.
Campbell, Mr.; cxxxiii. 54.
-, -, proposal to improve the quality and augment the quantity of salt; clxv. 25.
-, Archibald; cvi. 50.
-, Captain, of H.M. ship Dunbarton; cv. 29; cvi. 71.
-, Collin, combined with Daniel Campbell; cvii. 27.
-, Daniel, Esq.; cvi. 34.
-, -, -, Commissioners of Customs (Scotland) hope he may be brought to account; cvi. 50.
-, -, -, release of a pension by; clxiv. 29.
-, -, -, sham election of, as M.P.; cvii. 27.
-, -, was angry that he had not dissolved their board; cvi. 50.
-, George, of the city of Edinburgh, merchant, invented an improvement in the manufacture of salt, petition; cl. 10.
-, James; cvi. 50.
-, James, merchant, his service and sufferings on behalf of the colony of Newfoundland, petition; cxxxii. 22.
-, Lieut.-Col. James, promised a brevet as colonel by the Duke of Marlborough at the battle of Mons, memorial; cxix. 11.
-, John, contractor for foraging the troops in North Britain, petition; cxxiv. 3.
-, -, the parliament man, uncle to the Duke of Argyle; cvi. 50.
-, -, uncle to the Duke of Argyle, money due to him, memorial; cxxxv. 10.
-, hardships to any of the name of; cvi. 50.
Campbeltoun, or Cambletoun; cvii. 53.
-, news from; cvii. 15.
-, revenue officers of; clxxiv. 54.
-, tidewaiter for; cvi. 70.
Canada; cvii. 8.
-, colonies bordering on, bad state of; cxxxix. 24.
-, H. M. forces in, pork and money for; cxlix. 32; cliii. 18.
-, stores, the remainder of the, disposal of; cli. 17, 31; clii. 15; clviii. 51; clix. 32; clxxii. 49; clxxvii. 33.
-, surveyed, paper thus entitled; cviii. 30.
-, the three regiments from, to be sent to Ireland; cxliv. 2.
Canadian expedition, the, under Lieut.-General Nicholson, in 1711; cxiv. 8; cxxxvi. 9; cxlvi. 11; cxlvii. 33, 36, 44, 51, 54, 65; cxlix. 2, 26; cl. 31; cli. 5; cliii. 10, 28; cliv. 7, 11; clxiv. 8; clxvii. 3; clxxii. 28.
-, -, -, failure of; cxxxix. 24.
-, -, -, paymaster to the forces of; cxl. 19.
-, -, -, sums spent on; clxxv. 37.
-, -, the seven regiments that returned from; cxliii. 8, 49; cxliv. 65.
Canary Islands, the; cv. 29; cxxvi. 34; cxxxii. 37.
-, wines, ship laden with, seizure of; cxxvi. 34; cxxxii. 37.
Canby, Mr. Henry, a searcher of London, seizure made by; clviii. 20.
Candles and hops, duties on; cxvii. 22; cxx. 42; cxxi. 47, 79; cxxii. 45; cxxxvii. 4, 48; clxi. 37; clxxiv. 7.
Cane, a, the standard of measurement in Minorca, length of; clxxi. 14.
Cannongate, H.M. guards in, coal and candles to; cxxii. 47, 63.
Cannon Row, Westminster; cxxxix. 41.
-, -, gates leading out of the Privy Garden into; cxxxv. 5; clxvi. 12.
Canterbury, Thomas Archbishop of, as to the French committee; cxlix. 30.
-, -, on behalf of Mr. Dawson cxlv. 50.
-, -, a commissioner concerned in the storm brief; cxx. 14.
-, disbanding marine regiments at; clxv. 39.
-, head-quarters of marines at; cxxxi. 51.
-, letter from; cxxiii. 47.
-, mayor of; cxliv. 50.
Cantillon, Mr., as to profit on the recoinage of the 800,000 pieces of eight, borrowed by Her Majesty out of the two Genoese ships; cxlix. 19.
Cantire, the Duke of Argyle's country called; cvii. 15, 53.
Canvall, George, for himself and other proprietors of orders made out for lottery tickets, petition; clv. 4.
Canvas, or English duck; cvi. 5.
Cany, gold mines of, possessed by the Spaniards; cv. 53; cvii. 28.
Captor's money; cxiv. 14.
Carbineer Islands, the, in Newfoundland; cxix. 24.
Carboner, the mountain of; clxi. 11.
Cardigan; cliv. 53.
-, land tax for, receiver general of; cxix. 42.
Cardonnel, Ad.; cxii. 28, 47; cxiv. 62, 64; cxxiii. 63; cxxv. 10, 26; cxxxi. 18; cxxxv. 23; cxxxviii. 18; cxl. 45, 47.
-, -, Acts of Parliament for recruiting officers; cv. 59.
-, -, hoped to be masters of Lille, &c.; cx. 24.
-, -, pay of regiment; cvi. 36.
-, James, secretary to Frederick, late Duke, and Charles Duke of Schomberg, and to the embassy to the Duke of Savoy, memorial; clxi. 1.
Cards and dice, duties on; cxxxiv. 63; cxxxv. 12; cxxxvii. 3; cxliii. 13; clxxiii. 11.
-, very few made in Scotland; cxxxv. 12.
Carew, , small payments to, by K. Charles I., died very poor; clxxix. 25.
-, Robert, passed a patent for lands of Killykehan more, and Killykehan begg, &c.; clxxii. 33.
Carey, Lieut., petitions to be put on half-pay on the Irish establishment; cxlv. 51.
Caribbee Islands, duty of 4 per cent. on the produce of the; clxxi. 21.
-, the Leeward, in America, the governor of; cxx. 3.
Carisbrook Castle, in the Isle of Wight, cost of repairing, &c.; cxxxiv. 10.
-, -, repairs by governors of; clxxv. 7; clxxvii. 17.
Carkesse, Mr., as to frauds in controller general's office; cxxxv. 19.
-, Charles, secretary to the Commissioners of Customs; cxxi. 14; cxxii. 4, 7, 43; cxxvii. 20; cxxxvii. 20; cxlv. 14; clxi. 19; clxxvii. 5, 13; clxxix. 14.
Carleton, Alexander, married a daughter of William Bache, petition; cxxxv. 42.
-, or Carlton, Arden, made a bankrupt; clxxvi. 18.
-, Edward, merchant, his house and lands at Cashalton siezed for tobacco duties; clxxvi. 18; clxxix. 14.
-, Captain George, deserves to be restored to half-pay in Ireland; clxiv. 15.
-, -, prisoner at the siege of Denia, petition; cxxxiii. 94.
-, Lieut. Guy, arrears of half-pay due to, petition; cxvii. 36.
Carlisle, Charles Earl of, lease of the lead mines in the New Forest of Teasdale, and in Marwood Chace; cxiv. 7.
-, -, -, master forester of the forest and chaces within the lordship of Barnard Castle, in 1672; cxiv. 7.
-, Earl of, wardenship of the forest of Bere; cxv. 44.
-, the port of, searcher in; cxlvi. 32.
Carmarthen; cliv. 53.
-, land tax for receiver general of; cxix. 42.
-, Marquis of, a flag officer; cix. 46.
-, Peregrine, Marquis of, petition; cxxxiv. 21.
-, the Registrar of; clxxvi. 22.
Carnagey, an advocate named; cv. 8.
-, Mr., behaviour of; cv. 29.
Carnarvon, the co. of, in North Wales, the inhabitants of, memorial as to duty on coal and culm; cxxxvi. 62.
Carolina, a small government in, under the Lords proprietors there; cv. 43.
-, limits between it and Virginia to be settled; cxii. 24, 33.
-, North, Governor of; cxxxix. 3.
-, under a charter government; clxxiv. 56.
Carpenter, Major-General, provisional convention between, and the Portuguese General; cxvii. 25.
-, Nathaniel, agent to Col. Toby Caulfield's regiment; cxiii. 42.
-, -, memorial of, in behalf of Col. David Creighton's regiment; cxlii. 28.
-, -, regiment of foot in the Leeward Islands; cx. 44.
-, William, Esq., Commissioner of the Victualling, petition; cxi. 30.
Carr, Edward, Esq., administrator of William Carr, petition; cxx. 13.
-, Thomas, held office of Cursitor, petition; cxx. 28.
-, -, laceman, furnished gold and silver lace and fringe for K. William III.'s service, memorial; cxxxiv. 52.
-, William, Esq., pension to; cxx. 13.
Carrickfergus, in Ireland; cxxi. 81.
Carstares, Mr.; cxv. 51.
Carteret, John Lord, a proprietor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.
Carthagena; clxxviii. 19.
-, harbour, galleon lying in; cxxi. 18.
-, taking of flying hospital at; cxiii. 42.
Carthred, Mr.; clxvii. 2.
Cartlitch, John, supplied fine gold to the Mint, memorial; clxvi. 22.
Cartwright, Mr., to borrow money for troops in Flanders; clxiii. 3.
-, Capt.; cxii. 47; cxiv. 64; cxxiv. 66; cxxv. 31; cxxxiii. 35.
Carver to the Royal family of Scotland; cxxiv. 34.
Caryl, John, a trustee of Viscount Montague, attainted of high treason; cxxxii. 9.
Cashalton, in Surrey; clxxvi. 18; clxxix. 14.
Cashioberry Park, spotted deer obtained from; cxxxii. 36.
Cassills, John; cxxvii. 8.
Castano, , contract with, for bread and bread waggons; cxlv. 4.
Castelamaro, a free port to be made at; clxxvi. 4.
Castille; clxxv. 30.
-, or Castle soap, proposed duty on; cxx. 24.
Castillo, Sieur, furnished forage for troops; cxii. 47.
Castle Eden, rent of lands in; cix. 8.
Castle, Edward, asks for money due to the Treasurer of the Chamber; clxii. 5.
Castle Hill, the, at Windsor, ground purchased upon, by Her Majesty; cxvi. 50; cxvii. 29.
Castlemadre, the lands of, conveyed to Allan Lord Cathcart; cli. 8.
Castle Meadow, a meadow near Gloucester Castle, belongs to Her Majesty; cxlix. 50.
Castletown, David Guthrie of; clxiii. 19.
Catalan coin, the new; clvi. 3.
Catalonia; cv. 56; cxxi. 81; cxxiv. 58.
-, cannon balls for; cvi. 51.
-, cavalry and corn for; cxi. 4.
-, coast of; cxxi. 51.
-, expense for mules in; cxiii. 19.
-, foot regiments in, transportation of; cxlix. 27.
-, German troops sent to; cx. 24.
-, H.M. forces in; cvii. 23; cxii. 17.; cxvii. 25; cxxxii. 18; cxxxv. 25; cxliii. 48; cxlv. 1; clvii. 6.
-, -, deputy paymaster of; cxlix. 18.
-, -, money for the; cxxxiv. 42.
-, his Catholic Majesty will be obliged to quit; cvi. 55.
-, Imperial troops sent to; cxiii. 16; clix. 11.
-, Italians and Palatines to serve in; cxi. 15.
-, money for; cxxii. 72,
-, ordnance in; clviii. 27.
-, Palatines in, officers of; cxlix. 5.
-, Portuguese troops in; cxxxviii. 41; cliii. 13.
-, Principality of, General of, deputy secretary of; clxiv. 12.
-, -, H.M. stores left for; clxiii. 31.
-, war in, expenses of; cxxxiv. 58.
Cateau Cambresis, the camp at; cxlvii. 61.
Cathcart, Allan Lord, and Charles, Master of Cathcart, his son, grant of land and baronies of Sundram and Auchincruwe, &c.; cli. 8.
-, Captain Lodwick, lost his leg in action, petition; cix. 28.; cxv. 42.
Catherine of Rotterdam, a prize, the case of the; cxxiv. 23; cxxxi. 56; clxxvii. 8.
Catholic Majesty, his, corn for; cxxxvii. 1.
-, -, the account of; cxxix. 7.
-, -, the great straits of; cvi. 3.
Catterick, in Yorkshire, 12 farms in, belonging to Sir Roger Strickland; clxxviii. 8.
Caulefield, Col. John, his regiment now commanded by Col. Bowles; cxliii. 16.
Caulfield, Colonel Toby, taken prisoner, his regiment of foot in Spain; cxiii. 42; cxix. 13.
-, -, his late regiment now Col. Creighton's; cxlii. 28.
Cavalier, or Cavallier, Col.; cxiv. 64.
-, -, his regiment; cix. 26; clv. 33.
-, -, officers of his regiment, miserable condition of; clviii. 34.
-, -, raised a regiment in Holland, and served with them in Spain, &c.; cvi. 10, 36.
-, Peter, captain in Col. Cavallier's late regiment, petition; clv. 33.
Cavan, Earl of, petition; cxvii. 34.
Cave, Mr. Joseph, conjoint engraver of the Mint in Scotland, petition; cxlix. 45.
Cavers; cxx. 47; cxxvii. 41; cxxxiv. 69.
-, , receiver general of land tax in Scotland, memorial of; cxi. 36.
Cawes, F.; cxxii. 41.
Cawood, Mr., invention of a new magnetical needle by; clii. 13.
Cawthorpe, William, receiver general for part of the co. of Leicester, deceased; cxxxiv. 1.
Caya, battle of; cxxxi. 10.
Ceremonies. See Marshal of the Ceremonies, and Master of the Ceremonies.
Cess, the months (Scotland); cx. 55.
Cevennes, the, people in arms in; cxv. 38.
Chabane, Mr., late director of the hospitals in Spain; clviii. 36.
Chaigneau, Lewis, merchant, fined by the Custom House officers, petition; clix. 44.
Chainey, Mr. William, detected frauds in the victualling of H.M. navy, reward to; cxxxv. 13.
Chaldron, the size of the; cxxi. 14; clxviii. 6.
Chamber, H.M. messengers of the, petition; cxxiv. 44.
-, keeper, the, expenses of; cxxxvi, 12.
-, the treasurer of the; cxiii. 3; cxxxi. 8; cxxxiii. 48, 75; cxxxiv. 19; cxxxv. 53; cxlvi. 34; cxlviii. 19; cxlix. 40; cl. 13; clii. 45; cliv. 40; clv. 37; clix. 28; clxi. 23; clxii. 5, 13; clxiii. 23; clxvi. 12; clxvii. 19; clxxi. 12; clxxiii. 23; clxxv. 40; clxxix. 32.
-, -, his office; cxxiv. 36.
-, to pay certain officers; cv. 52.
Chamberlain, the Lord; cx. 31; cxvi. 9; cxvii. 16, 17; cxxi. 23; cxxiii. 2; cxxxi. 4, 8. See also Kent, Marquis of, and Shrewsbury, Lord.
-, John, petition; cxxiv. 11.
-, Mr. William, coastwaiter in the port of London, removed to Pool; cxxiii. 16.
Chamberlayne, John, secretary to the governors of Queen Anne's Bounty; clxxiv. 15.
Chamillard, Mons., to visit the English prisoners in France; cv. 28.
Champante, or Champanty, John; cx. 64; clxxvi. 10.
-, -, agent to the four companies at New York; cxlvi. 21.
-, -, memorial, bills of exchange; cxxxiii. 28; cxlii. 13.
Chance, Joseph, one of H.M. messengers in ordinary, petition; cxxxv. 11.
Chancellor, the Lord; cxx. 30; cxxv. 9.
-, -, salary of Mr. Scroop; cvii. 17.
-, -, as to the French committee; cxlix. 30.
Chancery, a cause in; cviii. 5.
-, Court of, records transmitted to the Tower from; clxxvii. 30.
Chapel closet keeper, arrears due to; clxxix. 32.
-, H.M. office of; cxxii. 57.
-, lands in Norfolk, lighthouse on; cxxiv. 6.
-, Royal, the; cxlviii. 15.
Chaplain, a Roman Catholic, for two Portuguese regiments; cxvii. 25.
Chaplin, Thomas, master of the tennis court; clviii. 16.
Chapman, Robert, of the hundred of Witchford, petition of; cxii. 8.
Chappel, John, town clerk of Norwich; cxxvii. 34.
Charborough; cxxiv. 30.
Charcoal, proposed duty on; clxxix. 19.
Charing Cross; cxxii. 49.
-, H.M. mews at; cxlvii. 39; clx. 27; clxiv. 37.
Charity Roll, the; cl. 21.
-, the Bank of; clxvi. 21.
Charlemont, [William] Viscount, regiment of, &c.; cix. 5; cx. 20, 42.
-, governor of; cx. 20.
Charles I., King, money lent to; clxxix. 25.
-, -, privy seal of; cxxi. 24.
Charles II., King; cxxi. 77; cxxiv. 12.
-, -, escape of, after the battle of Worcester; cxvi. 24.
-, -, gift of communion plate to the chapel at Portsmouth by; cxxiv. 30.
-, -, grants by; cxiii. 59; cxv. 31; cxxxi. 39; cxxxiii. 82; cxliii. 12.
-, -, in exile; cxix. 7.
Charles II. and Charles III. of Spain, grants by, in Minorca; clxxix. 41.
Charles Prince of Denmark, Norway, &c., quits pretensions to the bishopric of Lubeck; cxxiii. 62.
Charlestown (America); cviii. 1.
Charleton, John, Esq., master of the Jewel Office; cix. 47.
-, Nicholas; cvi. 58.
Charnock, Major Bartrum, concerned in the assassination plot; clxxv. 6.
-, Capt.; clxxv. 6.
Charter House, hospital in; cxxiii. 23.
Charter-parties for transporting palatines to New York; cxvii. 30.
Chatham; cxxxi. 25.
-, fortification, &c. of; cvi. 46, 56, 62, 79; cxii. 39, 53; cxxv. 15; clxiii. 45; clxv. 20, 22; clxvi. 5.
-, -, commissioners for; cxxxiii. 33; cxxxiv. 22; cxxxv. 24; clxxv. 4; clxxvii. 28; clxxviii. 17.
-, project for burning English fleet at; clxxviii. 45.
-, the chest at, distribution of their funds; cxliv. 3.
-, -, money due to; cxlvii. 42; cli. 41.
-, wages for workmen at; cxlix. 16.
Chatillon, draperies from; cvi. 6.
Chelsea, Earl of Ranelagh's house at; clx. 20.
-, Hospital or College; cx. 66; cxli. 24; cxliii. 1, 20, 25; cxlvii. 33; cliii. 17; clviii. 7; clx. 19.
-, -, charges of; cxxxi. 1.
-, -, clothing for; cv. 39.
-, -, commissioners of; cvi. 8; cliii. 8; clxi. 33; clxii. 43; clxv. 35; clxvi. 33.
-, -, establishment of; clxxviii. 9.
-, -, funds of; cxxxix. 18.
-, -, governor and lieutenant-governor of, letter from; cxlv. 30.
-, -, governors of; cxxxv. 46; cxxxvi. 8.
-, -, invalid soldiers at; cxxxiii. 26.
-, -, -, from, doing duty at the Tower, &c.; cxxxii. 63; cxxxiii. 96; cxxxiv. 24; cxxxviii. 48; cxliii. 23.
-, -, pensioners of; cxli. 24; cxliii. 25; cxlv. 30; cxlvii. 65; clxxv. 47.
-, -, arrears due to; cv. 13.
-, -, payment of out-pensioners; clxxviii. 26.
-, -, want of subsistence for; cxxxvi. 8.
-, rules to be observed regarding it, and the out-pensioners; cxlv. 35.
-, stone from Portland for; cvi. 40.
-, treasurer of; cxxxiv. 8; cxxxviii. 3.
-, 12 old and 8 new companies of invalids from; cxlv. 30.
Cheney, Mr., a stamper; cxlvii. 56.
Cheque, the clerk of the; cli. 18.
Chertsey, in the co. of Surrey, bad vicarage house at; cxxxiii. 41.
Chester, Robert; cx. 3.
-, and North Wales, receiver general for; cxxxi. 15; clxxii. 32; clxxv. 53; clxxviii. 3.
-, Castle, deputy-governor of, in K. Charles II.'s time; cxiv. 62.
-, co. of, receiver general of land tax for; clxxiv. 11.
-, collector of; cxxxvi. 62.
-, members of Parliament for; clxiii. 9.
-, merchants of, sued out a commission for appointing safe ports nearer their city; cxx. 29.
-, port of; cix. 39.
-, post office of, memorial; clxiii. 9.
-, posts in the district of, management of; clxiii. 9.
-, road, the grand, the management of the bye letters; clxiii. 48.
-, West, invalids doing duty at; cxlv. 30.
Chetle, Thomas, asks Mr. Lowndes to take a younger son for his clerk; cxvii. 21.
-, -, was sheriff of Worcester, method to raise revenue; cxvii. 21.
-, -, his eldest son in the Gazette for sheriff of Worcester; cxvii. 21.
Chetwynd, Mr.; clxxi. 12.
-, -, expenses of the last campaign; cvii. 45.
-, William, Esq., H.M. envoy at Court of Savoy, Genoa and Turin; cxiii. 9; cxv. 10; cxxiv. 48; cxxxiii. 70, 80; cxxxiv. 42; cxxxvi. 35; cxxxvii. 5, 32, 36, 54; cxl. 24, 38, 40, 41; cxlviii. 1.
-, -, -, bills drawn by; cliv. 25; clxi. 27: clxxiv. 4.
-, -, -, project to remit money to King Charles in Barcelona; cvi. 52.
Cheyne, W., as to lease of the tithes of Dinton; clxxviii. 11.
Chichester, Lieut.-General Holt's regiment of marines at; clxiv. 36.
-, the port of, patent searcher of; clv. 13; clxiv. 27.
Child, Sir Francis, the land tax for 1711; cxxxiv. 25.
Chilworth powder mills, expense of; cxxiv. 50.
China earthenware imported from India, duties on; clxxvii. 5.
Chirbury; clxxiii. 14.
Chitty, Joseph, money paid to, for apprehending burglars, &c.; cl. 9.
-, or Chetty, Mr. Josias, a wine-taster of the city of London, salary of; cxxvi. 32.
Chocolate, Duchess of Marlborough's charges on the; cxiii. 48.
Cholmondley, General; clxxviii. 8.
-, Mr., M.P. for Chester, memorial as to post office of Chester; clxiii. 9.
Christian, Ann, widow of William, late customer of Whitehaven, petition; cv. 12.
Christie, Mr. David, of Bergen, in Norway; cxv. 37; cxvi. 4.
Chudleigh, Col., his regiment; clxxvi. 29.
Church of England, ministers of, incomes of, proposed duty on; cxx. 24.
Churches, Act for building; clxi. 16.
Churchill, A. (Rymer's Fdera); cvii. 63; cxxi. 33; cl. 30.
-, Awnsham and John, damage by fire to the 15th vol. of the Fdera; clxi. 18.
-, Col., his marine regiment constituted a foot regiment; clxiii. 35.
-, -, his regiment of marines, mutinous behaviour of; cxiii. 88.
-, Col. Charles, his regiment of marines at Exeter, difficulty of subsisting; cxxii. 48.
-, -, -, disbanded; clxvi. 30, 38; clxxvi. 16.
-, George, vacancy in the Victualling Office; cvii. 22.
-, Col. Joshua, his regiment of marines; cvi. 47.
-, William, asks for money due to the Treasurer of the Chamber; clxii. 5.
-, -, appointed commissioner for sick and wounded by Prince George of Denmark, M.P. for Ipswich, his services, memorial; cvii. 25; clvii. 34.
-, -, mismanagement in the transportation of prisoners; cxlii. 19.
-, Major William, at Dorchester, offer to him of patronage [to secure his election]; cvii. 22.
Chute, Mr., security for Mr. Austin; cxxxvi. 56.
Cienfuegos, Padre, King of Spain's minister and plenipotentiary; cv. 54; cx. 63.
-, -, -, charged with imposition; cv. 56.
Circuit courts, the, Scotland; cix. 16; cx. 4, 46.
Ciudella not so convenient as Mahon for the court of justice; clxxviii. 34.
Civil affairs, establishment for; cxxi. 24.
-, bills, recovery of, Act for; cxx. 18, 28.
-, Government, H.M., debts owing; cxxii. 58; clxii. 32.
-, -, charges of; cxii. 42; cxxii. 58; cxl. 34; cliv. 45; clxxii. 38.
-, List, the; cxxiv. 27; cxliii. 2; clv. 18; clxiv. 34.
-, -, arrears, debts, &c. of; cxiv. 12, 59; cxxvi. 22; cxxxv. 42; clxii. 36, 39.
-, -, payments out of; cxi. 40; cxvii. 18; cxxii. 58; cxxx. 20; cxxxi. 19; cxxxii. 55; cxxxv. 36; cxliv. 30.
-, -, proposal to reduce the expense of; clv. 8.
-, -, sums required to clear; cxxxiii. 87.
-, -, King William's, revenues granted him for; cxxii. 58.
-, -, -, debts and arrears owing on, at time of his demise; cxxii. 58.
-, -, (Scotland); cxiii. 65; cxxxi. 56.
-, magistrates, warrants of, not allowed by military officers to be executed in their garrison; cxxxvi. 18.
Clancarty, Earl of, his estate seized; cxxxviii. 50.
Clarendon, the Earl of, memorial; cxlvi. 21.
Clark, Capt., his claims on commissioners for sick and wounded, for transport of prisoners between England and France; clix. 45.
-, or Clarke, Mr., of Boston, merchant, provisions supplied by; clxxii. 28.
-, John, customer and collector at the port of Boston, in Lincolnshire, petition; cxxiii. 20.
-, Samuel, gent., of Leominster, in the co. of Hereford, receiver general of land tax for county and city of Hereford, petition of; cxi. 12.
-, or Clarke, Samuel, coals and wood for commissioners of trade and plantations; cxxxiii. 56.
-, -, Lisbon, bills of exchange; cxxxvi. 43.
-, -, of London, merchant, petition; cxxiv. 9; cxxx. 5.
Clarke, Samuel, Esq., late Commissioner of Customs; cxxiii. 29.
-, John, recommended as landwaiter; cxx. 36.
-, -, nephew of Samuel Clarke, petition; cxxiii. 29.
-, -, to succeed in a stamper's place, memorial; cxlvii. 56.
-, Richard, petition for payment of loan to King Charles I.; clxxix. 25.
-, Robert, gent., holds the farm of Cox Leasows, petition; cxxvii. 15.
Class orders; clxxiv. 13.
Classis Lottery, the; clvii. 23.
Claverie, Capt. Augustus, a Protestant gentleman, served the French king as captain-lieutenant, petition; cxvii. 8.
Clayton, Col., his regiment of foot; cxxxvii. 17; cliii. 10.
-, Mr.; cxxx. 12.
-, -, payment for annuities, memorial; cxxxv. 4.
-, Robert, Esq., of St. Christopher's, grant of plantation to, petition; cxxxix. 12.
-, William, gent., account signed by, in Lord Halifax's interest; clxxvii. 21.
-, -, purchase of annuities; cxxii. 8.
-, -, his claims for services under the Annuity Act; cix. 37.
-, -, memorial; cxvi. 16.
Clement, Simon, trade in pitch and tar; cvii. 40; cix. 22.
Clerk, Lord Justice. See Justice Clerk, Lord.
Clerk, Mr. James, conjoint engraver of the Mint in Scotland, petition; cxlix. 45.
Cleveland, Duke of, pension to; clxvi. 19.
Cleveland yacht, furniture for the; cv. 11.
Cliffe, William, Esq., administrator of William Carr, petition; cxx. 13.
Clifford's fort, Northumberland; cix. 2.
Clifton, Sir Thomas, his sister married the deputy-governor of Chester Castle; cxiv. 2.
Clonally, the barony of, lands in; clxxii. 33.
Clothiers of forces in Flanders &c., petition; cvii. 32.
Cloud, Samuel, frauds (Office for Sick and Wounded); clxxiii. 44.
Clutterbuck, Mr. Joseph, consul at Tunis, petition; cxxiii. 1, 28.
-, William, searcher in the port of Bristol, petition; cxlvi. 37.
Clyde, prevention of smuggling on the; cxvi. 4.
-, the river, danger to the trade by French privateers, &c.; cv. 29; cvi. 13, 60.
Coal and Culm, the duty on; cxxxvi. 62.
Coal, increased consumption of; cxiv. 50.
Coalheavers' petition, the; cxli. 2.
Coal measure, the discussion as to; clxviii. 6.
Coal meters of the port of London, the under, petition; clxxix. 1.
Coast bonds, prosecuting for, in hands of Exchequer; clxxiii. 7.
-, solicitor of; clxxiii. 7.
Coastwaiter, office of; cxxiii. 16.
Coatsworth, Dr. Edward, apothecary general of the army, petition; clxxviii. 10.
Cocburn, Mr.; cvi. 70.
Cochecho, in New England; cxx. 32.
Cochran, Mr., forage in North Britain; cxliii. 30.
-, William, Esq., forage for troops in Scotland, memorial; cxlix. 11.
-, or Cochrane, William, Esq., a freeholder in four Scotch counties, greatly furthered the election of the Queen's party; tutor to earl of Dundonald; lost two sons in H.M. service; the burgh of Culross in Scotland dependent on him; mission to the shire of Air to prevent their signing an address against the union; cxix. 7; cxxi. 59; cxxii. 14.
-, Lady Mary, wife of the above and eldest daughter of Alexander Earl of Kincarden; honours of the Earl of Kincarden; her brother Alexander's pension to her; cxix. 7; cxxi. 59.
Cockburn, Adam, of Ormistoun, justice clerk, petition; cxxi. 67.
Cockburne, Lieut.-Col. Charles, services of, memoral; cxxxi. 35.
Cockcroft, W., proposal for a tax on real and personal estates; cxxvi. 10.
Cockpit; cxiii. 3, 20.
Cocks, Mary, alias Godfrey, daughter and administratrix of John Cocks, late council chamber keeper, petition; clxxii. 53.
Cocoa-nuts landed from Dutch man-of-war; cxvi. 8.
Codray, Capt. Noah, killed at the battle of Almanza; cxxxiii. 36.
-, Catharine, his widow, petition; cxxxiii. 36.
Codrington, Mr., Kerby is at his house; cxliv. 19.
Coell, Sir John, trustee for the Earl of St. Albans; cxxxiii. 83.
Coffee-houses, proposed duty on; cxx. 16.
Cofferer, Master; cxii. 35.
-, of the household; cxlvi. 3; clxxvi. 8; clxxviii. 40.
-, his office, allowances out of; cxxxv. 48.
-, -, the usage of; cxxxiv. 2.
-, memorial; cxxxii. 49; cxxxiv. 2.
Coggan, Robert, gent., petition; cxxxiii. 32.
Coin of Scotland, reduction to English standard; cix. 19.
Coinage, Act of 7 Anne, amendments to, reasons for; cxxix. 6.
-, duty; clxvi. 45.
-, halls, repair of, in Ducby of Cornwall; cxvi. 30.
-, of silver, the late, at Edinburgh; cxx. 44.
Coiners, prosecution of; clxxv. 28, 48.
Coke, T.; clxxii. 23.
-, asks for money due to the treasurer of the chamber; clxii. 13.
-, Mrs., H.M. picture presented to; cxxi. 23.
Colbart, Benjamin, a boatman at Hull, unfit for landwaiter; cxxvi. 6.
Colby, Mr.; cxxiv. 52.
-, , commissioner for transports; clii. 22.
Colchester, the, commander prosecuted by the Commissioners of Customs; cxx. 45.
-, -, Spanish wine on board; cxx. 35.
Coldeclugh, Peter, charges another with fraud; cv. 47.
Coldstream guards, at the battle of Almanza, Capt. of; cxiv. 55.
-, -, detachment of, in Spain; cxxxii. 45; cxxxvii. 31.
-, eight companies of, in Flanders; cxxxii. 41.
Cole, George, one of the four clerks attending committees, &c. of the House of Commons, petition; cxlii. 20.
-, John, late master cooper in H.M. victualling office at Tower Hill; cxxxvi. 2.
-, Sir Mark, riot in Essex Street; clviii. 22; clix. 48.
-, Robert, Esq., H.M. agent and Consul General in Algiers; cxxv. 28; cxxvii. 3; cxxxix. 7; cxliii. 15; clxiv. 30; clxxiv. 50.
-, Mary, widow of Robert, H.M. Consul at Algiers, petition; clxxiii. 24.
-, Thomas, petition of; cvi. 12.
Colebrook (Bucks), petition for help in repaving the town; cxxxvi. 50.
Colebrooke and partner, Mr. Whitfield's account with; cliv. 64.
Colebrooke Road, road between it and Datchett Bridge, estimate for repair of; cxv. 35.
Colegreen; cxxv. 9.
Coleman, R., in command of H.M.S. Falkland; cxxv. 43.
Coleraine, in Ireland, the defence of; cxxii. 27.
College of Justice. See Justice, College of.
Colleton, Sir John, Bart., a proprietor of the Bahama Islands; clviii. 6.
Collin, Sir Francis Grant of; cxlv. 5.
Collingwood, Major Robert, he, his son, and his nephew, all lost their lives in the service of the Crown; cxxxv. 51.
-, Margaret, widow of Major Robert, petition; cxxxv. 51.
Collins, Mr., his bill for repairs at Fort William; cxliii. 28.
-, Charles, gent., petition; cxxiv. 4.
-, Francis, of London, merchant, contracted for masts; cv. 50; cvi. 17.
-, -, -, misunderstanding between him and Mr. Bridger; cxxxvii. 2.
-, Nathaniel, J.P., report as to serjeants' widows; clxvi. 37.
Collodon, Mr. John Forbes, of; clix. 15.
Cologne, the Archbishop of, arrears due to, for forage to Russian troops; clxxi. 21.
Columbine, Fr., letter from, in behalf of the officers of Price's, Rook's, and Lord Slane's regiments; clxv. 3.
Combes, Daniel; cxliv. 51.
Commerce, commissaries from France to treat on; clxxii. 57.
Commissaries appointed to treat with those of France; clxxv. 3; clxxvii. 32.
Commissioners, certain, report on the storm brief; cxx. 14.
Common rights; cvi. 40.
Commons, the House of; cxxxi. 23.
-, -, addresses of; cxii. 43, 64; cxiii. 29; cliv. 54.
-, -, clerk assistant to; cxxii. 33.
-, -, clerks and servants of, losses of by General Naturalization Act; clx. 21.
-, -, -, -, compensation for; clxxiii. 42.
-, -, committees, &c. of, the four clerks attending; cxlii. 20.
-, -, officers of; clxxii. 6.
-, -, order lamps to be set up in all places leading to Houses of Parliament; cxxiii. 60.
-, -, orders of; cxii. 60; cxiii. 36.
-, -, printers to, petition; clxxix. 50.
-, -, resolutions of; cxxvi. 38; cxxxiii. 74.
-, -, speaker of; clx. 21.
-, -, (Ireland); cxiv. 25, 27, 43, 51; cxix. 3; cxx. 12; cxxi. 41; cxliv. 14.
-, -, -, address of; cxxi. 36; cxxii. 53; cxxxiii. 101.
-, -, -, resolutions of; cxxxvi. 33; cxxxvii. 57.
Como, , his claim; clxxiii. 43.
Compositions upon penal laws, licences for; clxxv. 1.
Compton, Spencer, or, Hon. Spencer; cv. 12; cvii. 54; cviii. 50; cxvii. 30; cxix. 1; cxxii. 32; cxxxi. 4; cxxxvi. 41; cxxxvii. 18; cxlix. 7, 30; cli. 27; clv. 23; clxi. 6; clxv. 28; clxvii. 20; clxxiv. 28.
-, -, -, his office; cxiv. 9, 46.
-, -, -, -, pensions payable in; cxxxiv. 64; clxvii. 7; clxxviii. 38.
-, Hon. Spencer, Esq., memorial; cxlviii. 3.
-, -, -, plate in the hands of; cxlviii. 21.
-, -, -, case of Mrs. Bastin; cxxxiv. 31.
-, -, -, report of, on petition of Margaret Countess Dowager of Marlborough; cxxxiv. 20.
-, -, -, tallies in the hands of; cxxiii. 55.
Comray, or Cumbray, the Isle of, few duties payable to the Castle of Dumbartoun by; clxxiii. 47.
Conduit, Mr., commissary general at Gibraltar; clxxiv. 33, 58; clxxvii. 20, 22.
Congress, the; cxl. 45.
Congreve, Captain, his losses, 100l. to; cviii. 52.
-, Col., letters from, as to the state of Gibraltar; clxxvii. 22.
-, Col. Ralph, Lieut.-Governor and commander-in-chief at Gibraltar; clxxii. 39.
Coningsby, the Right Hon. Lord; cvi. 5; cxiv. 27.
Conly, Mr. Charles, frauds respecting tobacco; cxxv. 22.
Connaught, a wild country, opposition to sheriffs and the Queen's writs; cxlviii. 6.
Connecticut; clx. 3.
-, one of the pilots of the Canadian expedition a native of; cxxxix. 24.
-, province of, large numbers of sheep in, and woollen manufacture; clxvii. 8.
-, under a charter government; clxxiv. 56.
Conservator and Resident, the office of, concerned with the trade and traffic of the nation, &c.; cxli. 4.
Constable, Mr., senior captain at Barbadoes, refusal of, to obey orders; cxliv. 19.
Contraband trade on coast of Scotland; cxvi. 4.
Controller General, the; clxiii. 43.
Controller's Office, Privy Garden; cxii. 11; cxxxv. 19; cxxxvi. 44; cxxxvii. 8.
Controllers of the army, their duties discharged by the general officers of the army; cv. 20.
-, patent officers; cxlviii. 23.
Conway, in Carnarvonshire; cxliii. 21.
-, Edw., of Soughton, in the co. of Flint; cxlix. 35.
-, Edward, Esq., receiver general of land tax, 1713, for the cos. of Chester, Denbigh, and Flint, petition; clxxiv. 11.
Coode, Benjamin, of the borough of Saltash in Cornwall, gent., petition; cxlix. 15.
Cook, Mr. William, a jerquer; cxlviii. 28.
Cooke, Sir John, clerk of the pipe; cxi. 6.
Cookham, the manor of, in the co. of Berks; clxxv. 34.
-, -, lease of; clxxix. 4.
Coolen, Joannes, wine merchant in Kuremond, debt from the Prussians for forage; clxvii. 2.
Cooper, Thomas, method of raising revenue; cxvi. 48.
Coote, Mr. Justice; cviii. 12; cliii. 26.
Cope, J., Commissioner for the Equivalent in Scotland, memorial; cxv. 52.
Copenhagen, H.M. Envoy at; cxiv. 20.
-, professor at, 100l. to, for funeral oration on Prince George's death; cxiv. 20.
Copper, blank, sale of, forbidden on pain of death; clxxii. 25.
-, coinage of; cvi. 38.
Coppin, Captain John, commander of H.M.S. St. George, in which he was killed; cxxx. 28.
Corbet, Mr.; cvii. 51.
-, Edward, Esq., proposed surrender of office to; clxxvii. 14.
-, Brigadier John, his long services in the late war, expenses as Governor of Maryland, memorial; clxxii. 48.
-, -, -, his regiment disbanded; clxxvi. 16.
Corbin, Mr., the naval officer at Rappahanock River, detected altering the dates of a letter of Her Majesty; cxxxvi. 28.
Cork; clxxviii. 21.
-, march between and Ballimagooly; cxvii. 9.
-, Hill, Dublin, certain houses to be bought in on; cxxii. 53.
Corker, Robert, Esq., farmer of the post-coinages of tin, petition; cxxxiv. 29; cxxxvi. 59, 66; cxlix. 20; cl. 22.
-, -, of Falmouth, merchant, proposal for victualling Minorca and Gibraltar; clii. 42.
Cormell, John, linendraper in Southwark, as to foreign buckrams; clxii. 20; clxxvii. 34.
Corn, exportation of; cxiv. 29; cxv. 20; cxvii. 32.
Cornbury, Lord, his injustice towards T. Byerly; cxiv. 57; cxx. 25; cxxxii. 51.
-, -, claims of the Dowager Countess of Bellamont; cxv. 9.
-, -, prosecution of Mr. Fauconier; cviii. 6.
Cornwall, Duchy of, as to tin in; cxxiii. 50; cxxxiv. 53; cxlix. 44; clix. 21; clxxii. 32; clxxiv. 16.
-, -, as to lease of the toll of tin in; clxxviii. 18.
-, -, fishery in; cix. 10.
-, -, receiver general of the revenue of; cxvi. 30; cxxxiii. 82.
Coronation of Her Majesty; cxvi. 31.
Corso, John, a Genoese merchant, robbed by the pirate Kidd, petition; cxxxiii. 62.
Cortisos, Joseph, proposal for victualling Gibraltar and Port Mahon; clvii. 21.
Cotigno, Henry, petition; clxi. 9.
-, -, recommended by the bishop of London; clxii. 16.
Cotterell, Sir Charles, master of the ceremonies; cxiv. 36.
-, Sir Clement, master of the ceremonies; clxxii. 23.
Cotton House, Act of Parliament for vesting in Her Majesty; cxvii. 45.
-, -, H.M. books removed from St. James' to; cxliv. 37.
-, -, the purchase of; cxliv. 37.
Cotton, Sir Robert (postmaster general); cv. 23.
-, -, now an old man, petition; cxliv. 48.
-, -, was promised 500l. per ann. out of Mr. Evelyn's salary, petition; cxl. 18.
Cottonian Library, the; clxxix. 28.
-, -, -, inspection of, by order of the trustees; cxliv. 36.
-, -, keeper of; cxliv. 37.
-, -, records in; cxiv. 40; cxv. 22.
Couchman, Mr., his journey from London to Hanover and back to the Hague, &c., expenses of; cxlvii. 35.
Coudell, Capt., was the first to come over on H.M. proclamation, published in Portugal in 1704; cxlii. 14.
Council, Committee of; cxxxii. 61.
-, held at Portsmouth (New Hampshire), minutes of; cxxvi. 20.
-, held at New York; cxvi. 39.
-, Lords of; cxv. 20; cxxvii. 10; cxxxiii. 88, 96; cxxxv. 27.
-, orders in; cv. 53; cvii. 11; cviii. 25, 26, 42; cix. 33; cxii. 24, 26, 34; cxiii. 6, 64; cxiv. 29, 42; cxx. 20; cxxi. 31, 43; cxxii. 34, 61; cxxvii. 6; cxxxii. 22; cxxxiii. 19; cxxxv. 51, 52; cxxxvi. 36; cxlvi. 6; cli. 7; cliii. 14; cliv. 13, 54; clxii. 25.
-, on behalf of certain Lutherans; cvii. 10.
Couper, Mr., memorial; cxxiv. 37.
Coupland, John; cxvi. 13.
Court and Chancery, Inns of. See Inns of Court and Chancery.
-, Roll, common granted by copy of; cxlviii. 10.
Courteis, Thomas, petition as to two small ships seized by the collector of Padstow; cxxxvi. 21.
Courthop, James, one of the four clerks attending committees, &c. of the House of Commons, petition; cxlii. 20.
Courtney, Nicholas, Esq., duty of post coinages of tin within the duchy of Cornwall, petition; cxlix. 44.
-, -, -, office of steward of the manor of East Greenwich, &c.; clxxv. 19.
-, -, -, petition; cxxiii. 49.
Courtray; cxlix. 37.
Courts and corporations, inspections of; cvi. 2.
Coussay, Alletta de la, petition; clxxi. 26.
Coutiers, lieutenant and quartermaster, in Major-General Sankey's regiment; cxvii. 43.
-, Judith Julia, his widow, petition; cxvii. 43.
Coutts, the family of, consist of three or four brothers; cxvi. 4.
Cowdall, or Cowdell, Capt. Math., a Roman Catholic officer, came over to the Allies; cxlvii. 7; clxxviii. 33.
Cowdery, Henry; cviii. 35.
Cowes, Dutch ship seized at, in K. Charles I.'s reign; clxxix. 25.
-, in the Isle of Wight, Custom House officers at; cxxi. 72.
Cowper, Lord; cxi. 40.
-, -, late Lord Chancellor; cxxv. 9; cxxx. 20.
Cox Leasows, in the parish of Lindhurst, Southampton; cxxvii. 15.
Crafurd, the Earl of, captain of Grenadier Guards, clothing; cvi. 30.
Craggs, Mr. Secretary; cxliii. 15.
-, James, commissary of stores in Spain; clxi. 8.
-, -, H.M. Resident to the King of Spain, memorial; cxxxi. 12
Cranborne; cxxxvi. 41.
-, Earl of Ranelagh's house at; clx. 20.
Cranburn, , concerned in the assassination plot; clxxv. 6.
Cranmer, Mr.; clxxvi. 25.
Cranstone, Lord, son-in-law to the Marquis of Lothian; cxxiii. 31.
Crauford, or Crawford, David, Esq., deputy commissary general of musters; cxxiv. 25; cxxvii. 4; cxxxiii. 18; cxxxvi. 34.
Craven, Wm. Lord, a proprietor of the Bahama islands; clviii. 6.
Crawford, Mr., offers to buy the salt remaining in the Scotch ports; clx. 36.
-, Ann, widow, salary to; cxxii. 69.
-, Earl of, has the customs of the ports of Methell, Lymekills, and Torrie; cvi. 60.
Crawley, Richard, Esq., receiver of salvage money or other perquisites of the Admiralty; cxxxi. 58; cxlvii. 6.
Creighton, Col. David, his regiment, formerly Col. Toby Caulfield's; cxlii. 28.
-, -, his regiment reduced; cliv. 63.
Cremer, Thomas, letter from, on behalf of the Bishop of London; clxxiv. 2.
Cresseron, Major Charles de; cviii. 20.
Crew, Sir John, opposes grant of meres and pools in the forest of Delamere; cxxii. 5.
Criers of old clothes, &c., the case of; cxii. 12.
Crimes, Henry, charged with treason; clxxv. 6.
Crispe, J. D., Chelsea Hospital; clxi. 33.
Croft, Bishop; clxxiv. 23.
-, Sir Herbert; clxxiv. 23.
-, Castle in Herefordshire; clxxiv. 23.
Cromartie, or Cromertie, Earl of; cxii. 7; cxiii. 2, 21.
-, -, -, justice general of the circuit courts; cix. 16; cx. 4; cxiii. 14; cxiv. 48.
Cromarty Bay, capture of the Orkney in; cxiii. 43.
Crooked Lane, St. Michael's church in; clxxvi. 17.
Crookshanks, John, controller general of Customs, North Britain; cx. 67; cxxxviii. 11; cxxxix. 29.
-, -, -, -, proposed to be appointed accountant general, England; cx. 36.
-, -, Custom House, Edinburgh, the revenue; cvi. 4.
Crosby, Thomas, of Bocking, Essex, carpenter; cv. 35.
Crsoley, Charles, surgeon to the Bonadventure transport, petition; cxxii. 61.
Crowe, Mr., H.M. consul at Leghorn, bills for provisions; cx. 26.
Crowley, Ambrose, or Sir Ambrose, losses by navy contracts; cxliii. 33.
-, -, (South Sea Company), petition, &c.; cxlii. 12; clii. 36.
Crown and Cushion, the, King Street, Covent Garden; cxxi. 52.
Crown, clerk of the; cxxiv. 29.
-, criminal prosecutions, &c. on behalf of; cxxii. 31.
-, lands, surveyor general of; cxlviii. 34.
-, office, the information exhibited in; cxliii. 21.
-, rents, &c., Scotland, quite exhausted; cxvii. 3.
-, -, -, receiver general of; cxxxiv. 69.
-, -, -, remains of, due before the Union; cxxvii. 41.
Cull, Mrs., widow of the late episcopal minister at Amsterdam, pension to; clxxv. 44.
Culliford, Lieut.-Col. William, petition; cl. 4.
-, Wm., Esq.; cxxxix. 3.
-, Mr., Commissioner of Customs, charged with defrauding the Queen; cxxiii. 30; cxxiv. 46.
-, -, -, no foundation for the charges against; cxxv. 2.
Culpepper, Lady, estate of, in Virginia; cxiii. 13.
-, the late Lord, (tobacco duties); cv. 38.
Culross, the burgh of, in Scotland, entirely depending on William Cochran; cxix. 7.
Cumberland; clx. 11.
-, duties on houses in, corrupt practices; clix. 36; clxiv. 28.
Cuming, Sir Alexander, Bart., as to cockets; cviii. 24.
-, -, -, deprived of his office of conservator and resident, petition; cxli. 4.
Cumming, Mr. Archibald, agent for the Admiralty at Newfoundland, petition; cxxii. 29.
Cunha, D. Luis da, Portuguese Ambassador at English Court; cxxvi. 41.
Cuningham, Sir Hugh, tacksman or farmer of the Customs, &c., of Scotland petition; cxxiii. 26.
-, Major James, services of, memorial cxxxi. 35.
Cunliff, John, prosecutes Captain Wheatley for debauching his wife; cx. 16.
Cunningham, Bailiary of; cviii. 56.
-, Sir James, of Milncraig, Bart., the feu duties, &c.; cviii. 56.
-, Capt. Mort, arrears of half-pay due to, petition; cxvii. 36.
Cursitor's office, the, falling off in the receipts of; cxx. 18, 28.
Curteen, Sir William, lent K. Charles I. money; clxxix. 25.
Curtis, Robert; clxxvi. 10.
Cusacque, or Cusak, Col. Charles, Colonel in the Duke of Anjou's service, served in Portugal, his death; cxxiv. 58.
-, Marie, his widow, petition; cxxiv. 58; cxxxvii. 39.
Customers, patent officers; cxlviii. 23.
Custom House (Dublin); cxii. 15, 21; cxv. 3; cxvi. 37; cxxxii. 49.
-, -, (Edinburgh); cxii. 62; cxv. 11; cxvi. 14.
-, -, -, wright or joiner to; cxii. 41.
-, -, (Falmouth); cxiii. 50.
-, -, (London); cxii. 19, 35; cxvi. 5; cxx. 29; cxxxiii. 12.
-, -, -, the books for London and the outports in, report as to state of; clxvii. 29.
-, -, debts; cxxxi. 32.
-, -, officers, the; cxx. 11; cxxi. 9; cxxii. 39; cxxxiii. 78, 93; cxxxiv. 17.
-, -, -, (Penzance); cxix. 9.
-, -, (Scotland); cxvi. 3.
-, houses, the, in England, Wales, and Berwick-upon-Tweed, patent officers in; cxlviii. 23.
Customs, abstract of; cx. 61.
-, account of; cv. 45.
-, collectors of, receipts of, in the several ports in North Britain; cxii. 62.
-, Commissioners of; cxxi. 64; clxxiv. 13; clxxvi. 21; clxxvii. 5; clxxix. 14.
-, -, rough usage of their officer by the Dutch men-of-war; cv. 5.
-, -, the unfortunate fleet from Holland; cv. 19.
-, -, reports on letters, memorials and reports; cv. 24, 25, 41; cvi. 76; cx. 5, 19; cxiii. 66; cxiv. 38; cxvii. 32, 51; cxx. 11; cxxiii. 4; cxxvi. 34; cxxviii. 3; cxxxii. 37; cxxxv. 54; cxxxvi. 21; cxxxix. 15; cxlv. 49; cxlvi. 15; cl. 1, 6; cli. 16, 23; clviii. 31; clix. 37; clxii. 46; clxiii. 28; clxv. 27; clxxiv. 9; clxxv. 21; clxxvi. 15; clxxix. 1.
-, -, report of, on duties on linens, &c.; cvi. 14.
-, -, -, interest on debts; cvi. 26.
-, -, -, on petition as to lustrings and alamodes; cvi. 53; cvii. 43.
-, -, petition against by London merchants; cvi. 75.
-, -, report on duties on unrated goods; cviii. 3.
-, -, -, on petition of the Mayor, &c. of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis as to the ancient keys, piers, and bridges; cviii. 17.
-, -, -, on duties on salt; cviii. 34.
-, -, -, on redemption of master and mate of a captured ship; cviii. 36.
-, -, -, on withdrawal of Mr. Sansom from the collectorship of Bristol; cviii. 46.
-, -, -, on prize salt; cix. 10, 14.
-, -, -, on landing and shipping places on the river Dee and port of Chester; cix. 39.
-, -, -, on export of coin to Holland; cx. 18.
-, -, -, on tobacco; cx. 33; cxii. 16; cxliv. 41; cxlvii. 59.
-, -, confusion in the accounts of; cx. 36.
-, -, opinion on the case of the ship the London Merchant; cxii. 23.
-, -, reports of, on public debts which had been compounded; cxii. 64.
-, -, -, on memorial of the Envoy Extraordinary from the States-General, as to guns saved out of the ship, Justice; cxiii. 7.
-, -, -, on price of corn, &c.; cxiii. 35; cxvii. 2.
-, -, -, on plate seized at Falmouth; cxiii. 50.
-, -, -, on wine on shore on the Duke of Bedford's estate; cxiii. 53.
-, -, -, as to prize duty on wines saved; cxiv. 3.
-, -, -, on an Act for encouraging the exportation of corn; cxv. 20.
-, -, -, on cocoa-nuts landed from a Dutch man-of-war; cxvi. 8.
-, -, -, as to incidents, &c. in the port of London; cxvi. 17.
-, -, to stay prosecutions; cxvi. 42.
-, -, reports of, on ingots of gold seized; cxvii. 11.
-, -, -, on proposal for purifying the goods from Dantzick; cxvii. 19.
-, -, -, on petition of collectors of outports, as to salaries; cxx. 15.
-, -, -, on removal of goods from men-of-war into H.M. storehouses; cxx. 45.
-, -, -, on the loss of the tobacco trade at Whitehaven; cxxi. 10.
-, -, -, on wine imported into North Britain from St. Sebastians and Bilboa; cxxi. 13.
-, -, -, on the difference of the size of the chaldron; cxxi. 14.
-, -, to discharge goods seized by Falmouth Custom officers; cxxiii. 33.
-, -, reports of, on salaries of officers; cxxiv. 14.
-, -, -, on petition of Capt. John Edwards; cxxiv. 46; cxxv. 2.
-, -, -, as to passengers going beyond the sea without a pass; cxxv. 23; cxxvii. 20.
-, -, -, on the landwaitership at Hull; cxxvi. 6.
-, -, -, on quarantine; cxxvii. 10.
-, -, -, on petition of mayor, aldermen, and citizens of Rochester; cxxxi. 25.
-, -, directions to, to seize one Campbel; cxxxii. 17.
-, -, report of, on the 4 per cent. Customs in the American plantations; cxxxii. 39.
-, -, -, on petition of merchants of Dublin; cxxxii. 40.
-, -, -, on representation of London merchants trading to Virginia and Maryland; cxxxii. 57; cxxxviii. 35; clxiv. 7.
-, -, -, relating to the Isle of Man; cxxxiii. 5, 65.
-, -, -, as to duties on East India unrated goods; cxxxiii. 60; cxliv. 55; clxxii. 37; clxxv. 8, 15.
-, -, ill-usage of Thomas Bradford; cxxxiii. 92.
-, -, report of, on ill-usage of two Dutch sea officers; cxxxiv. 17.
-, -, -, on complaint made by Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia against Mr. Corbin; cxxxvi. 28.
-, -, directions of, as to duty on culm; cxxxvi. 62.
-, -, report of, on arms on board the Albion galley; cxxxvii. 20.
-, -, -, on the Lustring Company; cxxxvii. 50.
-, -, report as to Virginia and Maryland merchants; cxl. 3.
-, -, Lord Leven's letter sent to; cxl. 31.
-, -, report of, as to allowance of wines to flag officers, &c.; cxl. 62.
-, -, -, on encouraging the transportation of naval stores; cxlvi. 39.
-, -, difference between the East India Company and the; cxlvi. 40.
-, -, report on a memorial of Lord Derby, and on an Act passed in the Isle of Man to prevent smuggling; cxlvii. 46.
-, -, -, on frauds by Charles Whiting and Charles Houghton; cxlviii. 28.
-, -, -, on importation of sugar from Barbadoes; cxlviii. 31.
-, -, recommend Jos. Bentley as a Commissioner of Customs for Scotland; cli. 43.
-, -, report as to slight securities from merchants for tobacco duties; clii. 9.
-, -, report of, on petition of merchants trading to Jamaica; cliv. 32.
-, -, -, as to Mr. Downing's allowance for taking securities, &c.; cliv. 32.
-, -, -, as to payment to Henry Canby; clviii. 20.
-, -, -, as to wine, &c. which came ashore near Pembroke; clix. 6.
-, -, -, as to Michael Wicks' accounts; clx. 15; clxiii. 43.
-, -, recommend surveyor for Scotland; clx. 23.
-, -, report as to prohibitions on French commerce; clx. 29.
-, -, -, as to preventing the running of tobacco; clxi. 19.
-, -, -, as to the annual charge of the office of inspector general of the imports and exports; clxiii. 51.
-, -, report of, on the complaint of the French ambassador as to seizures; clxiv. 10, 11, 18, 21; clxvi. 17.
-, -, -, on the petition of owners, &c. of Newcastle colliers as to chaldron, &c. in use; clxviii. 6.
-, -, report on the death of Mr. William Denne; clxxiii. 7.
-, -, presentment as to purchase of Edward Carlton's house; clxxvi. 18.
-, -, secretary of; cxxii. 4.
-, -, solicitor of; cxvi. 42; cxx. 45.
-, -, (Dublin), report on petition of Lewis Chaigneau; clix. 44.
-, -, -, Sir William Fownes and William Palmer; cxxxv. 34.
-, -, (Scotland); cxii. 37; cxiv. 15; cxvii. 4, 32; cxxi. 13, 64; cxxvii. 2.
-, -, -, letters from, Mr. Carnagey's behaviour, a French privateer had made a great alarm, &c.; cv. 29.
-, -, -, -, on visitation of outports, duty on linen cloth sent to Holland, &c.; cvi. 13.
-, -, -, -, insolence of the Popish party and Sir Robert Dixon's zeal; cvi. 25.
-, -, -, -, the Duke of Argyle's complaints; cvi. 35.
-, -, -, -, as to Mr. Muer of Aire; cvi. 44.
-, -, -, -, brandy tossed out by the French fleet; cvi. 50.
-, -, -, -, must turn out honest men or have the Duke of Argyle and his family their enemies; cvi. 50.
-, -, -, -, the oath of abjuration, the fierceness of the people on the capture of brandy, their officer in Scotland set in the stocks, vessels taken in the Clyde, &c.; cvi. 60.
-, -, -, -, brandies, &c. run on the coast; cvi. 70; cxiii. 18; cxxxiv. 2.
-, -, -, -, David Drummond seized at Port Patrick, passed as a fraudulent dealer, but might be a traitor; cvii. 9.
-, -, -, -, the cruising of men-of-war a consolation, but the Dumbarton was taken, &c.; cvii. 15.
-, -, -, -, the establishment of the office; cvii. 33; cx. 60.
-, -, -, -, French privateers on the east and west coast, a Martinico man brought in worth 10,000l.; cvii. 53; cviii. 24.
-, -, -, -, as to convoys and cruisers, and Captain Bois; cvii. 60.
-, -, -, -, the care of the Prince for the trade of North Britain, Shetland harassed by the French; cviii. 40.
-, -, -, -, money sent to the receiver general of Customs, London, &c.; cviii. 44.
-, -, -, -, the herring season, illegal practices; cviii. 49.
-, -, -, -, tobacco pretended to be shipped for Ireland; cviii. 53.
-, -, -, -, Lords of Sessions and Justiciary would be paid; a register of ships to be kept; cix. 17.
-, -, -, -, a proposed appointment; cx. 25.
-, -, -, claim of the governor of Edinburgh castle to import wine duty free; cx. 50; cxiv. 30.
-, -, -, the Equivalent, fomenters of misunderstandings, &c.; cx. 67.
-, -, -, memorial to Commissioners of Customs; cxii. 19.
-, -, -, salaries of; cxii. 38; cxxxviii. 11.
-, -, -, report on the case of the ship Industry; cxiii. 17.
-, -, -, as to the capture of the ship Orkney; cxiii. 43.
-, -, -, Sir Alexander Rigby's temper; cxiv. 19.
-, -, -, presentments from, on behalf of John Ogilby and Alexander Blackstock; cxiv. 30.
-, -, -, as to merchants who had imported Spanish wine; cxv. 7, 11.
-, -, -, in answer to a letter of David Christie; cxvi. 4.
-, -, -, incompetency of their officers; cxxi. 64.
-, -, -, memorial of, as to Mr. Archibald Douglass; cxxii. 37.
-, -, -, as to allowance to officers on wine seized; cxxii. 66.
-, -, -, as to foreign salt imported or used before the Union; cxv. 24; cxxii. 71; cxl. 22; cxliv. 56.
-, -, -, report on the charge of managing the Customs there; cxxiii. 4.
-, -, -, report as to Mr. Short's claims; cxxiv. 56; clxxiii. 33.
-, -, -, establishment for Scotland; cxxiv. 65; cxxvii. 37.
-, -, -, proposal of, to remove Mr. Bruce to the port of Dundee; cxxv. 18.
-, -, -, alleged mismanagement of; cxxxi. 48, 55.
-, -, -, report on petition of Mrs. Janet Swinton; cxxxi. 50.
-, -, -, concerning the breaking open the warehouses of Leith and Borrowstoness; cxxxvii. 24.
-, -, -, report on petition of Mr. Walter Stewart; cxxxix. 42.
-, -, -, frauds at Preston Pans; cxlv. 43.
-, -, -, propose to station a frigate at the Isle of May to prevent smuggling; cxlvi. 13.
-, -, -, on smuggling carried on at Borrowstoness; cxlvi. 33.
-, -, -, Mr. Boyle to inquire into the frauds at the ports of Inverness, Aberdeen, and Montrose; cli. 15.
-, -, -, state of the cash; clix. 31.
-, -, -, as to contract for remitting the money they had in hand; clx. 22.
-, -, -, propose that a surveyor skilled in the tobacco trade should be sent to North Britain; clx. 23.
-, -, -, as to the salt remaining in the ports there; clx. 36.
-, -, -, reasons for the removal of Mr. Hall from Preston Pans; clxiii. 1.
-, -, -, packet boats between Port Patrick and Donaghadee; clxiv. 14; clxvii. 1.
-, -, -, as to officers who served by virtue of H.M. proclamation; clxiv. 20.
-, -, -, insults to their officers; clxxiii. 13.
-, -, -, on memorial of Duke of Athol, Earl of Mar, General Ross, and Alexander Grant, Esq.; clxxiv. 54.
-, -, -, tidewaiters and boatmen; clxxvii. 36.
-, -, -, establishment for the collectors of the salt duty; clxxviii. 7.
-, controller general of; clxxiv, 13.
-, -, at Bristol; cxxiv. 4.
-, diminution of; cxx. 1.
-, farmers of; cxiii. 2; cxxiii. 14, 26.
-, officers of; cxxii. 38; cxl. 54.
-, -, port-books of the, to be examined; cxlviii. 23.
-, receipts and payments of, for one year; cxvii. 54.
-, surveyor of; cxlvii. 40.
-, (Scotland), abuses as to; clxviii. 16.
-, -, accountant general of; clxxiii. 33.
-, -, and foreign Excise, tacksmen or farmers of the; cxxiii. 26.
-, -, -, -, prosecution of; clx. 37; clxi. 30.
-, -, and public debts of; cxxii. 14.
-, -, board of, secretary to the; clx. 1.
-, -, duties on, saved by the Union; clxviii. 21.
-, -, increase of; cxliii. 45.
-, -, officers of; cxxii. 56; clvii. 2.
-, -, -, salaries of; cxxxviii. 11.
-, -, revenue of, warrants regarding the; cxxxiii. 14.
Cutts, Lord; clxxvi. 17.
-, -, governor of Carisbrook Castle; clxxv. 7; clxxvii. 17.
-, Mrs., memorial for money expended by Lord Cutts; clxxv. 7; clxxvii. 17.