Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 5, 1714-1719. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1883.
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Babington, Anne, widow of Col., petition; ccxxvi. 49.
Bache, Wm., master smith to the Crown, widow of; ccxv. 30.
Badcock, Hen.; ccvi. 34.
-, -, collector of Lyme Regis; ccxii. 57.
Badenoch; ccxiii. 64.
Badmington, the seat of the Duke of Beaufort; ccvii. 52.
Badnage, Mr., to be surveyor of houses in North Wales; ccxxvi. 69.
Bahamas, &c., Bishop for, proposals for; clxxxi. 31.
-, Governor of; ccxxii. 6.
Bailey, Catherine, afterwards Waters, daughter of Alderman John Bailey, petition; ccxiii. 52.
Baillie, Robt., upholsterer; ccxii. 35; ccxxi. 46.
-, Mr.; ccxxii. 19.
Baily, Mr.; ccxv. 38.
Bakehouse, H.M., sums to be issued for; cciv. 75.
Baker, Vice-Admiral, or Admiral J., of H.M.S. Lion; cxcix. 53; cci. 21; ccvi. 39.
-, Mr., agent for prizes; cxcviii. 68.
-, Capt. Henry, solicitor for the Treasury, memorials of; clxxxi. 33; ccxxii. 40.
-, -, reports of; cxc. 21, 30.
-, -, Mary, widow of, petition; ccxxii. 40.
-, Henry, Surveyor-General of the riding officers on the coasts of Kent and Sussex, memorial; clxxxvii. 17, 36; cciv. 14.
-, -,; cxciii. 31.
-, Michael, marshal of the Marshalsea, petition; clxxxviii. 21.
-, Thomas; cxcii. 37.
Balchen, Capt., his conduct towards Bowen, Surveyor of Customs at Leigh; cci. 16.
Balgonie; ccv. 30.
Balham, Surrey; clxxxix. 52.
Balhatchett, Mr., agent for tin in co. Devon; cc. 37.
Ballardie; ccxiv. 71.
Ballie, ships going to, the claims upon the Navy Office for; cciii. 5.
-, squadron; ccxviii. 6.
Ballogie, Forbes of; ccxxii. 8.
Ballveny Castle, Banffshire, garrisoned during the Rebellion by Wm. Duff; cciii. 11; ccvii. 40.
Balnemoon; ccxiv. 60; ccxvi. 39.
Balzlow, Peter, unfit to be Officer for Salt Duties at Alloa; ccxii. 34.
Bamber, John, merchant, petition; ccxii. 72.
Bambridge, Mr., counsel in the case of Sir Bibby Lake and Mr. Peters; cxcix. 41.
-, Mr. Thos., instrumental in bringing the marine affair to a conclusion; ccvii. 50.
Bampfield, Mr. George, to buy the present for the five Indian nations; cxcix. 13; cciv. 46, 52,
Banehurst, hundred of; cxci. 26.
Banffshire; cciii. 11; ccvii. 40.
-, rebels in; ccxiii. 64.
Bangham, Mr. Edwd., Receiver-General of co. Hereford; ccxiii. 28, 30; ccxiv. 18.
Bank, annuities, account of; cc. 23, cci. 2; cciii. 4.
-, annuity in the hands of Treasurer of Ordnance to be disposed of; ccvii. 34.
Bank, The, or Bank of England; clxxxi. 17, 18, 23; cxcvi. 38.
-, -, Accountant-General and cashier of, memorial, &c.; ccxiv. 31, 46; ccxvi. 36.
-, -, first cashier, Mr. Thos. Madocks; cxcii. 39.
-, -, fund upon the foot of the Act 1 George, state of; cxcvi. 22.
-, -, funds, surplus of; ccviii. 44.
-, -, Governor, John Hanger; ccxxiii. 11.
-, -, Governor, directors, and company; cxcvi. 8; cci. 2.
-, -, -, advances by; ccxiv. 57.
-, -, -, agreement with Treasury; ccxx. 37.
-, -, -, bonds given by; cxcii. 39; ccxxvi. 11, 15.
-, -, -, interested in the public revenue; cciii. 4.
-, -, -, loan by; clxxxi. 54.
-, -, -, memorial touching the Equivalent Charter; ccxxiii. 17.
-, -, -, negotiations to prevent exportation of coin; ccxxiii. 11.
-, -, offices for annuities at; ccxxii. 33.
-, -, plot for seizing and setting on fire; cc. 33.
-, -, privileges of, infringed; ccxxiii. 8.
-, -, restrained from being a trading corporation; ccxxiii. 8.
Banks, Mr. Joseph, register and clerk of Sherwood Forest; cxcix. 54, 58.
-, Lord, offers to purchase all the lands in St. Kitts; ccix. 4.
Bannatyne, Mr. Wm., Minister of St. Mary of the Lowes, Selkirkshire; cxcvi. 48.
Barbadoes; clxxxv. 59; ccxxvi. 74.
-, attorney-general of; clxxxviii. 44.
-, bishop of; clxxxi. 31.
-, governor of; clxxxvii. 11; cxcix. 36; ccxx. 1; ccxxii. 2.
-, grant of, by Charles I. to Earl of Carlisle; ccxx. 1.
-, president and commander-in-chief of; cxcvi. 4.
Barbary, British subjects redeemed from slavery in; clxxx. 28, 62; clxxxii. 5.
-, commrs. for redemption of captives in; ccxxii. 11.
-, envoys from; clxxxv. 43; cxcviii. 75, 77.
Barcelona, envoy and resident at; cxcii. 69; ccxx. 20.
Barclay, Mr. Geo., late minister at Mordington; ccv. 70.
Barcot, Berks; cxcvii. 42.
Bardsey, steward of the courts of the lordships of the late monastery of; clxxxii. 31.
Barges, master of H.M., petition; cxciv. 1.
-, -, warrant for delivery of licences to; ccv. 75, 82, 83.
Barker, , contractor for repairs of royal palaces; ccxvi. 8.
Barlow, Sir James, and others, address of the Irish House of Commons in their behalf; cxcix. 29.
Barnacre; ccxiv. 65.
Barnet, Mr., his representations respecting the Custom House accounts; ccxvi. 24.
Barnstaple, corporation of; clxxxv. 48.
Baronet, remission of the charges on creation of a; clxxxiv. 40; ccv. 1.
Barrel [? Barret], Col.; ccxii. 3.
Barret, Catherine, widow of Col. John, petition; ccxxvi. 43.
-, Mr., messenger in the Exchequer; ccxix. 44, 49.
Barrier treaty, brought over from Antwerp; cxciii. 40.
-, mentioned; ccvi. 16; ccxiv. 17.
Barrow, Mr. Richd., solicitor to the Mint, prosecutes clippers, coiners &c; clxxxviii. 52; cxc. 51; ccviii. 11.
Bartlett, Capt. John, petition; cc. 8.
Barton, John, petition; ccxvi. 7; ccxxii. 1.
-, Matthew, comptroller of the lottery; cxcii. 65.
-, Roger, of H.M.S. Falmouth; ccxxiii. 5.
Bartram, Thos., senior, letter; ccxiv. 64.
Baskett, John, H.M. printer; ccxix. 50.
Basterre or Basseterre, St. Christopher's, chief place of trade in; cxcix. 36.
-, destroyed by fire; ccix. 4.
-, -, ground for Custom House at; ccix. 13.
-, -, lands proposed to be purchased at; ccxiii. 58; ccxiv. 22.
Bastille, the, imprisonment of John Arnold in, clxxxix. 4.
Bates, Mr., surgeon, his report on the cattle plague; clxxxii. 39.
Bath, John Earl of, Charles II. grant to, claims founded on; clxxxvii. 22.
Bath; cxc. 23, 24, 25, 39.
Battely, Ch., memorial for payment of repairs to Westminster Abbey; ccxiii. 66
Battle-axe guards, the, (Ireland); clxxx. 24; ccxiii. 36.
Batty, Adam, tidesman of Bristol, petition; ccxxvi. 54.
Bayly, Michael, distributor of stamps for Worcestershire; cxcvii. 16.
Bayonne, ships from; ccxv. 14.
Bayze, Capt. John, petition; ccxii. 56.
Beake, Thos., under keeper of the Council Records; clxxxiv. 70.
Beal, Capt., Commander of H.M.S. Deal Castle; cxciii. 21.
Bealing, Marmaduke, secy. to the controllers of the army, memorial; ccvi. 54; ccxii. 40.
Beals, Nathl., guilty of exporting wool into France; cxcix. 4.
Beane, John, of Brentwood; ccxx. 49.
Beccles gaol, bailiffs and aldermen of Dunwich taken to; ccxx. 5.
Beck, Sir Justus, Bart.; clxxxiv. 40.
Becket, Saml., Custom House officer; ccxii. 27.
Beckford, Mr., surveyor and controller of Jamaica; cxcii. 52.
Beaubuisson. See Guenon.
Beaufort, Mary, duchess dowager of, memorial of her executors; ccvii. 52.
-, Henry, Duke of, lessees in trust for; ccvii. 52.
Bedchamber, gentlemen, &c. of. See also Chamber, H.M.; cxcix. 37.
-, lady of the, to Queen Anne; clxxxv. 10.
Bedford (county); ccvii. 30.
-, member of Parliament for; clxxxix. 61.
-, Benjamin, petitions for payment for furnishing Baron Scheek, the Muscovite minister's house, &c.; cxcviii. 62; cc. 10.
Bedhampton, manor of; cxcviii. 44.
Bedoe or Bedoc, Robt., gatekeeper, petitions; ccxii. 81; ccxxvi. 62.
Beho, Thos.; clxxxii. 38.
Bell, David, tide surveyor at Newcastle; clxxxvii. 43.
Bellamy, Major, memorial of; cxcii. 44.
Bellasis, Sir Henry, his regiment in Ireland, furnished with provisions and quarters by Richd. Martin; cci. 11.
Bellew, Lord; ccxxi. 6.
Belturbet, fortification of; clxxxvi. 25.
Belvitges, Antonio, army contractor; cxcix. 27.
Bender; clxxxvi. 15.
Bendysh, Mr., his case as secretary of the Commrs. for the poor Palatines; cxc. 48.
Bengal stuffs; ccxxiii. 15.
Bennet, Marion, spouse to Robert Rollo of Powhowse, petition; ccxiv. 73.
Bennett, Benjamin, governor of Bermuda; cxcvii. 15.
-, Sir John, knt., his brother, memorial; cxcvii. 15.
Benson, Benjamin, of H.M. Works, memorial; ccxvi. 8.
-, Lieut.-Col., memorial; ccxii. 4.
-, Richd., surety for John Andrews, petition; cc. 2.
-, Wm., surveyor of H.M. Works; ccxvi. 8.
-, -, -, complaint of the Board of Green Cloth against; ccxxii. 42.
-, -, -, his memorial against Sir Christopher Wren; ccxx. 48.
-, -, -, his patent, question as to; ccxx. 8.
-, -, -, objects to repair of the Royal and the Cotton libraries, as the House of Commons has lately debated the building a new library; ccxxii. 9.
-, -, -, his petition for lease of ground in the Privy Gardens; ccxiii. 24.
-, -, -, his scheme for regulation of the Royal Gardens; cciii. 18; ccxvi. 16.
Bentenreider, Mons., the Emperor's minister at Hanover; cci. 27.
Bentley, Dr., custodian of the King's library, seizes and sells materials at Cotton House; clxxxi. 24.
-, -, -, refuses to be at the expense of keeping Cotton Gardens in order; cxcii. 54.
-, John; cxcviii. 63.
-, Joseph, collector of Customs at Lancaster; cxcix. 61.
Bentura de Zari, Don. See Zari, Don Bentura de.
Beranger, Moses; clxxxii. 23; cxc. 4; cxciii. 51; cxciv. 4; cxcvii. 41.
-, -, payment to; ccxii. 19.
-, -, proposals of; ccxiii. 9.
-, -, report as to tin; ccxiii. 20.
-, Mr.; ccxiv. 8.
Bere, forest of; ccvi. 48.
Bergoin, Francis, of Constantinople; cciv. 66.
Berkeley, Wm., Lord, of Stratton, appointed a commr. of trade; clxxviii. 12.
-, Earl of; cxcii. 80; cxcvi. 16; cxcvii. 13.
-, Countess Dowager of, executrix of Charles, Earl of, memorial; cxci. 7; cxciii. 57.
Berlin; ccxxvi. 19.
-, secretary to the embassy at; clxxxiii. 12.
Bermudas, the, governor of; cxcvii. 15.
-, -, proposed bishop of; clxxxi. 31.
-, -, proprietor of, Col. Wm. Codrington; cxcix. 36.
Berne, canton of, claim of the lords of the; cc. 5.
Berner, Wm., sheriff of Norfolk, memorial; ccxiv. 51.
Bertie, Mr., treasurer of the ordnance; cxcix. 52.
Berwick-on-Tweed; cxciii. 29; ccv. 76.
-, controller of customs at; clxxxiv. 16.
-, castle and town of, governor of; cxcii. 50; ccxiii. 60; ccxxvi. 49.
-, garrison of; cxcix. 20.
-, furniture for the barracks at; ccxxv. 3.
-, letters from; cxcii. 66.
-, mayor, burgesses, &c. of, petition; cxcix. 20.
Best, Charles, customer of Hull; clxxxiv. 53.
Bethel, Ralph, discoverer of a plot against the King's life, &c., petition; ccxiv. 15.
-, -, report and affidavit as to his debts; ccxix. 55.
Bible, the, in America; clxxxi. 31.
Bideford; ccxxii. 41.
-, mayor, aldermen, &c. of, petition of; clxxxv. 48.
-, new quay at, commission for making it lawful; ccx. 5.
Bidford, Thomas, distributor of stamps, co. Bedford; clxxxix. 61.
Bigg, Thos., of Kimpton, co. Hertford, and Eliz. his wife, petition; ccix. 12.
Bignall, Wm., of Jamaica; ccv. 33.
Bigshot Rails, ranger of; cxcviii. 67.
Billagh Wood in Sherwood Forest, damaged trees in; cxci. 39.
Bills of Exchange. See Exchange, Bills of.
Bills, proposed for Parliament; cxci. 61; ccxvi. 26.
Binfield, Windsor Forest, inhabitants of; ccxxi. 39.
Bingley, Lord, plate delivered to him from the Jewel Office; cxcviii. 21.
-, -, ambassador extraordinary to the King of Spain; ccxii. 11.
Binswood, in the forest of Alice Holt and Woolmer, co. Hants; clxxxii. 34; cxcix. 56.
Bird or Byrd, Wm., receiver-general of revenue in Virginia; clxxxv. 12; clxxxix. 5.
Birkett, Robert; ccxix. 17.
Birkhead, Jacob, petition for a land waiter's place in London; cxcvii. 52.
Birkland Wood in Sherwood Forest, damaged trees in; cxci. 39.
Birmingham, riots at; cxci. 22; cxciii. 44; cxcix. 31.
Biscayers; ccxv. 14.
Bishop, Mr. Philip, bookseller and printer, of Exeter; ccxiv. 5.
Bishoprics, vacant in Ireland, temporalities of; clxxxvii. 35.
Bishops' rents, petition to the King for; clxxxv. 30.
-, -, in Scotland not chargeable with prebends' fees after the abolition of episcopacy; clxxxv. 9.
-, signatures of several of the; ccxiii. 25.
Bishopsgate, rector and churchwardens of, certificates by; cciv. 22.
Bisset, Brigadier Andrew; clxxx. 26; clxxxiv. 32.
Blackness, houses in, prepared for the reception of prisoners; cxcix. 34.
Blackwell, John, constable of the ward of Cheap; his claims for suppressing mobs; cc. 33.
-, Sir Lambert, his allowance as envoy at Florence; clxxxviii. 60.
Bladen, Col.; cxc. 51.
Blagny, Jacob de la Motte, list of French pensions payable by; ccvii. 15; ccxiii. 31, 65.
Blagrave, Joseph, affidavit of; cxcii. 30, 61.
Blair, moor of, Perthshire; cxcii. 9.
-, Capt. Adam; ccv. 25.
Blakiston, Col.; clxxxvii. 40.
-, Nathaniel, petition; cxciii. 42.
Bland, Major Humphry; cciv. 32.
-, Brigadier; ccxii. 92.
Blathwait or Blathwayt, Wm., auditor-general of H.M. plantations; clxxxv. 12; ccxiv. 43.
-, -, clerk of the council; clxxx. 61.
-, -, -, reports of; clxxx. 68; clxxxvii. 4; clxxxviii. 44; clxxxix. 5; cxcii. 7; cxcvi. 6.
Bleachers of hair; cxcviii. 38.
Blechynden, John, Esq., deputy paymaster in the Low Countries; cci. 28.
Blencowe, Wm., allowed 200l. a year as H.M. decipherer; cxcix. 19.
Blenheim House, Woodstock Park, arrears of pay for work at; clxxxi. 9; clxxxvi. 36; ccviii. 48.
Blenheim, battle of, referred to by Sir James Abercromby; ccvi. 31.
Boden, Bodens, or Bodin, Abraham, petition, &c.; cxci. 63; cxcii. 35; cxciii. 26; ccxix. 76.
-, -, -, Althemea, his widow; ccxii. 87.
Bodmin, town clerk of, Mr. Hoblyn; clxxxiii. 13.
Bohemia, Queen of, maid of honour to; ccxxi. 23.
Boisrond, Col.; cxcii. 35; cxciii. 26; ccxix. 76.
Bolderwood Lodge, repairs for; ccxii. 39.
Bolingbroke, Henry, Lord Visct.; clxxx. 13, 21; cxci. 1, 59; cxcii. 45.
-, -, -, his real and personal estate; cxcviii. 60; ccv. 69.
-, Frances, wife of Henry, late viscount, petition; cxcii. 45; cxcviii. 60; cxcix. 48.
Bolton, Duke of, Lord Warden of the New Forest, Lord Chamberlain of H.M. Household; cxci. 15; cxcii. 58; cxciii. 43; cxciv. 3; cxcviii. 56, 58, 59; cciv. 56, 60; ccv. 39, 75; ccvii. 2; ccxix. 31, 46, 57.
-, -, Lord Lieut. of Ireland; ccviii. 2, 51; ccix. 10, 22, 30; ccxiv. 11, 61; ccxvi. 9, 13; ccxx. 15; ccxxi. 4; ccxxvi. 3.
-, -, letter to Mr. Addison; ccix. 9.
Bonele, Robt., tidesman; cxcvi. 50.
Bonet, Mr.; ccxxii. 30.
-, Bishop's Declaration against the Rebellion; ccvi. 25.
-, Cambridge Addresses; ccvi. 25.
-, Don Quevedos' son's arrival to London; ccvi. 25.
-, The Doleful Duchess Garland; ccvi. 25.
-, The last dying speech of Ann Fogget; ccvi. 25.
-, Edgar's Vectigalium Systema; cxcviii. 78.
-, Flamstead's Historia Clistis; clxxxix. 69; cxciii. 43.
-, Howell's The case of Schism in the Church of England truly stated; ccxxiii. 18.
-, Howell's and the Non-Juror's Doctrine exposed; ccvi. 25.
-, Partridge's Predictions; ccvi. 25.
-, Rymer's Fdera; clxxxvi. 34; clxxxix. 69; cci. 6.
-, Sancti Clementis Romani ad Corinthios Epistol du ed. Hen. Wotton; ccxiv. 13.
-, Supplement to the Church of England's advice to her Children; ccxxi. 48.
-, Wm. Harrison's, The Pilgrims; ccxi. 1.
-, [Wm. Webber's] Nero Secundus, seditious pamphlet; ccxiv. 5.
Booth, Langham, Esq.; cxcix. 55.
Boothe, Nathaniel, Esq., surveyor of H.M. Greenwax, petition; ccxxi. 10.
Bordeaux, Scotch ships at, carrying on a clandestine trade in brandy, &c.; ccvi. 14.
Borders, between England and Scotland, officers of, and frauds there; ccx. 5.
Borland, John, of Boston in New England, petition; cxcii. 67.
-, Mr., exorbitant price of the provisions supplied by; ccvii. 29.
Borough, Capt. Richd., purchases the employment of town major of Dublin; ccxx. 15.
Borrett, Wm., Esq., Treasury solicitor; clxxx. 38; clxxxviii. 11; cxcvii. 18.
-, -, -, reports, &c. of; clxxxix. 49.
-, -, -, beneficial grant to, for distempered cattle; cxc. 13.
Borrowstoness, collector of customs at; ccvii. 35.
-, East Indian goods clandestinely imported from Holland to; ccxxii. 31.
Bors, Brigadier; ccvi. 7.
Borsell, Mons. or P. Van Borssel Van der Hooghe, envoy extraordinary from the States General; ccviii. 22.
Boscawen, Hugh, vice-treasurer of Ireland, memorial; ccix. 9, 17.
Boscowen, Mr.; clxxxiii. 13.
Boston, America, cxcii. 67; cc. 8; ccxiv. 44; ccxxii. 28; ccxxvi. 75.
-, pension of the assistant minister there; clxxxi. 32.
Bothmer, regiment of; ccxi. 10.
Bouchetiere or Bouchetire, Col. de la, officers of his regiment, petition; clxxxvi. 37.
-, -, payment to; ccxxvi. 29.
Bouer, John, petitions to be paid for provisions for the garrison of Port Mahon; cxcvi. 46.
Boughton, Mr., surveyor of Deal, complaint against; ccvi. 56.
-, J., observations touching the revenue of Scotland; ccxiv. 32.
-, Thomas, petition; clxxxix. 46.
Bouguet, Major Henry; cxciii. 26.
Boulton, Mr., agent of Mr. Missing at Gibraltar; ccvii. 7.
Bounties, annual, increase and decrease of; ccxiv. 12.
-, on corn in Scotland; cxcviii. 31.
-, on export of wrought silk, proposed; ccxxiii. 15.
-, on slaughter of infected cattle; clxxxii. 34.
-, paid by Edmund Nicholas; cxc. 6.
Bounty bills for importing naval stores from the plantations; ccxxiii. 25.
-, money, granted to the poor palatines in Ireland; cc. 20.
-, -, to Baron de Walef; clxxx. 3.
-, -, to John Brunskell for Virginia; cxcvii. 20.
-, -, to Germans transported to Holland; ccix. 29.
-, Queen Anne's; cxc. 6.
-, -, governor of, his address to the King; clxxxv. 34.
-, the Royal, claims upon; ccxiv. 6 ccxxii. 19; ccxxvi. 44.
-, -, payments out of; clxxxi. 35; clxxxii. 6; ccvi. 47; ccix. 31; ccxiii. 5; ccxx. 21.
-, -, persons recommended for; ccxxii. 7.
Bourgogne, possessions of William III. in; ccxiii. 31.
Boussires, Seigneur de; ccxiii. 31.
Bowack, John, teacher of the children of the Chapel Royal, petition; ccxiii. 40.
Bowde, Adlord, of Hertford; ccxxv. 6.
Bowden, Mary; cxc. 3.
Bowen, Mr.; ccxix. 43.
-, -, surveyor of Customs at Leigh; cci. 16.
-, John, charges against; ccx. 5.
Bower, Thos., collector of Customs at Weymouth; cxciii. 31.
Bowles, Brigadier; ccxii. 92.
-, Mr. George, distributor of stamps at Deal; cxcii. 36.
Boyden, Mr. Benj., general surveyor of the duties on houses in London; cxc. 41.
Boyle, Capt., of H.M.S. Worcester, insult suffered by; ccxxiii. 26.
Boyne, battle of the ccxiv. 53.
Bracco; cciii. 11; ccvii. 40.
Bradford, Lord; cxcii. 79.
Brae Marr; cxcii. 9; ccxiii. 64.
Bragg, Ralph, writing master at Eton; clxxxvii. 6.
Bramton Castle, its value to the Earl of Oxford; clxxxvii. 16.
Brand, Sir Alex. of Brandsfield, indebted to the Crown for tack duty on a lease; cxcviii. 4; ccxiv. 72.
-, Capt., of H.M.S. Lyme; ccxxii. 6; ccxxiii. 7.
Brandshagen, Dr., instructions to; cci. 1, 7
Brandy, duties on; cxci. 20.
-, clandestine trade in, at Bordeaux; ccvi. 14.
-, persons charged with running; cxc. 21; cxcix. 36; ccii. 1; ccvi. 14.
-, seizures of; cxciii. 29; cxcvii. 39; cciv. 48.
Brandyburg, Duke of; cc. 15.
Branfill, Champ., late under sheriff for Essex; ccv. 99.
Branthwayt, Arthur, Secretary to the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates; ccv. 35.
Brattell, Chas. and Daniel; clxxxiv. 33.
Bray, Edw., money due to, for Blenheim House; ccviii. 48.
-, hundred of; cxci. 26.
-, manor of; cxcvii. 44.
Braydon, forest of, lease of the great lodge in the; cxcviii. 45.
Brazen Nose College, Oxford; clxxxix. 63.
Breadalbane, men of, intention of the rebels to force them to join them; cxcix. 12.
-, Earl of, memorial of what is demanded by; ccxi. 18.
Brechin, Bishop of; ccvi. 24.
Brecon; cxci. 38.
Breda, deputy governor and commandant of; ccxxi. 23.
Bremen; cxcviii. 42.
Brentwood; cc. 40; ccxx. 49.
Brereton, Thos., payment to; cxcix. 43.
Bretton or Breton, Wm., Brigadier, envoy at the court of Prussia; clxxxii. 16; clxxxiii. 12; clxxxvi. 16.
Brice. See Price.
Brichen. See Brechin.
Bridger, Mrs. Eliz., petition; cxcix. 16.
-, Mr. John, surveyor-general of woods in America; cxcii. 3; cci. 12; ccv. 78; ccxvii. 1; ccxxi. 49; ccxxii. 28; ccxxiii. 26; ccxxvi. 75.
-, -, -, uselessness of his office; cxcviii. 17, 30.
Bridge or Brydges, Mr. Jas., pay office; clxxx. 18, 20, 26; clxxxii. 28; clxxxiv. 2; clxxxix. 14; cxcii. 21.
-, Mr., auditor of imprests; cxcix. 52.
-, Mrs., her arrears; cc. 10.
Bridgewater; ccxv. 42.
-, Rt. Hon. Scroop, Earl of; ccxxiii. 28.
-, mayor, aldermen, &c. of, petition; cciv. 78.
Briggins, Rachell, widow; cxciv. 3.
Brigg or Briggs, Thomas, memorial; ccxxiii. 9.
Brihuega, regiments taken prisoners at; clxxxix. 14.
Bristol; clxxxv. 21; cxci. 57; cxcii. 79; cxcvii. 49; cciv. 67; ccxii. 48; ccxix. 54; ccxxiv. 1; ccxxvi. 24, 54.
Britain, North. See Scotland.
Britten, Anne, petition; clxxxix. 49.
-, Mary, petition; cciv. 5.
Broadhurst, John; ccxv. 29.
Brockett, Wm.; cciv. 37.
Bromley, Rt. Hon. Mr. Sec., letter of; clxxxv. 58.
-, Wm., exor. of Dr. John Radcliffe, petition; cxcii. 25.
-, W., letter to Mr. Anstis; ccix. 14.
Brooke, Saml., petition; ccxii. 36.
Brooking, Wm., of London, merchant, petition; cciv. 64.
Brooks, Henry; clxxxvi. 10.
-, Eliza, widow, petition; ccxix. 39.
Brougham, John, Esq., brother and exor. of Thos., receiver-general for Cumberland, &c.; ccv. 43.
Broughterhey, John, perished with Sir Cloudesley Shovel in the Association; cxcvi. 44.
Broughton, Michael, accountant, petition; ccxix. 20.
Brown or Browne, Mr. Chas., clerk of the works at Windsor; clxxxvii. 6.
-, James, [? Charles]; clxxxviii. 1.
-, Harry, King's waiter at Bristol; cxci. 57.
-, James, land surveyor at Bristol; cxci. 57.
-, Richard, of Brigadier Killigrew's regiment; ccv. 59.
-, Stephen, of St. Kitts, petitions; ccix. 4; ccxiii. 58; ccxiv. 22.
-, Eliz., widow of Capt. Richd., commander of H.M.S. Hazardous; ccv. 80.
-, Major Peter, engineer at Gibraltar, demand of his exor.; ccxxiii. 27.
Bruce, James, comptroller of army accounts; cxcviii. 69; ccvii. 10, 29, ccxvii. 3; ccxx. 12.
-, -, -, reports; clxxxviii. 32, 33; cxcii. 44; cciv. 27; ccxxi. 7, 9.
Brudenell, James, master of the jewel house, memorial; ccxxii. 15.
Bruere, George, deputy auditor of the malt duty; clxxxvii. 38.
-, John, clerk to the controller of Excise; clxxxiv. 29.
Brunskell, John, appointed a minister to Virginia; cxcvii. 20.
Brunswick, Lunenburg, Elector of, or Duke of, sums due to the troops of; ccxi. 10; ccxiii. 7.
Bruntisland. See Burntisland.
Brunton; ccxiv. 60.
Brussels; clxxxvi. 16; cxciii. 40; ccxix. 29.
Brydges. See Bridges.
Buccleuch, Anne, Duchess of, memorial of; ccvii. 41.
Buchan; ccxv. 38.
Buckingham, Duke of, his suit to King James I.; cxciv. 18.
Bucklebury, Berks, Lord Bolingbroke's goods at; cxcviii. 60.
Bucklersbury, Painter's coffee-house in; cxcviii. 38.
Bucks; clxxxi. 41; ccvii. 30; ccviii. 47.
Bull, Saml., graver of the Mint, petition; cxcii. 13.
Bull and Mouth Inn, St. Martin's by Aldersgate St.; ccviii.; 47.
Bulley, Thos., late collector of Customs of Fowey, petition; ccxii. 60.
Bullion; clxxx. 4.
-, exported from 1698 to 1715; cxciv. 10.
Bunce, Thomas, petition; clxxxii. 10; clxxxviii. 13.
Buor, Lieut.-Col. Pierre, petition; ccix. 4.
Burch, Mr., Sec. at the Court of Madrid; clxxxvi. 16.
Burchett, Mr. J., Admiralty Office; clxxxi. 13; clxxxiv. 56; clxxxix. 2; cxci. 4; cxcii. 40; cxciii. 28, 35; cxcvii. 19, 26; cxcviii. 17; cci. 12, 16; ccv. 47, 52, 78; ccxvii. 1; ccxxiii. 7, 26; ccxxvi. 66.
Burford, baron of; ccxiii. 30.
Burgh, W. comptr. and acct.-genl. Customs (Ireland); cxcviii. 73; ccvi. 36.
-, Thos., surveyor-general; ccxii. 18.
-, Thos.; ccxii. 35.
Burgoyne, John, a clerk in the office of the register general of trading ships, petition; ccxv. 49.
Burial certificates; cci. 9.
Burlington in New Jersey, proposed bishop for; clxxxi. 31.
Burniston, Charles, Esq.; ccxxi. 49.
-, Mr., his patent to be revoked; ccxxii. 28.
Burntisland; cciii. 14.
Burridge, John, junr., merchant of London; ccxiii. 42.
Burroughs, Capt., commissary-general in Scotland; ccvii. 11; ccxi. 19; ccxiv. 37; ccxvi. 29.
Burrows, Isaac, payment to; cxcix. 43.
Burston, Col. George, petition; ccvi. 7; ccxiv. 6.
Burt, deputy judge advocate; cciv. 8, 25.
Burton, , a tidesman in London, gives the toast, A health to King James III.; cci. 18.
-, Lancelot, receiver of the class lottery; clxxxvii. 42; ccxx. 18.
-, Saml., letter to Lord Coningsby; ccxiii. 30.
Bushey Park; clxxxii. 18; cxcviii. 51.
Buller, Col.; clxxx. 24.
-, Col. Brinsley; ccxxi. 4.
-, Lt.-Col. Walter, petition; cxcii. 81.
Buttery, Thos., petition; clxxxviii. 13.
-, H.M., sums to be issued for; cciv. 75.
Byam, Edw., Esq., lieut.-govr. of Antigua; clxxxix. 27.
Byerley, Mr., recommended by the govr. of New York for a pension; ccvi. 22.
-, Thomas, receiver-general of Customs, New York, petition; ccvii. 48; ccxiv. 28.
Byng, Sir George; ccxxiii. 25.
-, -, his proceedings against the Spanish fleet; ccxv. 15
Byrd. See Bird.
Bythell, H., deputy auditor; clxxxii. 43.