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Index: Q, R

Pages 571-574

Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 5, 1714-1719. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1883.

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Quarry, Col., his complaint against Samuel Eveleigh, South Carolina; ccxxiii. 16.

Quash, Mr. Joseph, postmaster of Exeter, receiver-general of taxes for co. Devon; clxxxiii. 15.

Quebec, Indian trade to; ccvii. 29.

Queen Dowager, her jointure; ccxvi. 19.

Queen's Bench, Court of; ccxiv. 39.

Queensberry, Duke of; cxcvi. 33.

Quelch, Benjamin; cc. 40; cci. 5; cciv. 43.

Quick, Mr., late agent for tin in co. Devon; cc. 37.

Quilter, Joseph, petition; cc. 35.

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R., I., proposes to reveal navy abuses; clxxxii. 17.

Radcliffe, Anthony; clxxxiii. 16.

-, Dr. John; cxcii. 25.

-, Saml., of Shaston, Dorset, petition; ccxv. 42.

Radnor, Earl of; cxciv. 1; ccxii. 60.

-, -, constable of Carnarvon Castle, petition; clxxxii. 31.

-, -, as to the town clerk of Bodmin; clxxxiii. 13.

-, -, treasurer of H.M. chamber, memorial; clxxxvii. 31; ccviii. 17.

-, county of; cxci. 38.

-, town of; ccxiii. 30.

Ramondon, Mrs. Harriet, daughter and executrix of Dr. Thos. Lawrence, petitions; clxxxix. 15; ccxiii. 33.

Ramsay, Mrs. Anna, daughter of Dr., late Bishop of Ross, memorial; clxxxi. 10.

Randyll, Mr.; cxci. 8.

Randue, Theodore, memorial of; cxcix. 59.

Ranelagh, Richard, Earl of; cxciii. 41; cxcviii. 36; cxcix. 10.

Rantzau, 12th battalion of; ccxi. 10.

Ranuccini, Marquis, envoy from the Duke of Florence; cxci. 25.

Raphoe, Edwd. Lord Bishop of, petition; clxxxvii. 35.

-, see of, temporalities of; cxc. 39.

Rapin, Col.; ccxii. 23.

Ratcliffe. See also Radcliffe.

-, Dr.; clxxxi. 5; clxxxix. 21; cxciii. 62.

Rathbone, Edwd., of Liverpool, mariner; cc. 43.

Ratisbon; cxcviii. 1; ccvii. 42.

Rawlins, John, sadler, memorial; ccxxi. 13.

Rayner, John, Esq., attorney-general of New York; cxcii. 56.

Read, Chr., frauds by tidesmen on East India ships; cxcvi. 50.

Rebellion, the, (1715), first discoverer of; ccxxi. 48.

-, -, notices of; cxci. 22; cxcii. 9, 26, 77, 82; cxciii. 28, 29; cxxiv. 2, 19; cxcviii. 29; cxcix. 12, 15, 20, 21, 69; cc. 22, 33, 38; cciii. 11, 12, 14; ccv. 30, 79, 96; ccvi. 43; ccvii. 4, 8, 11, 23, 49; ccviii. 23, 49; ccix. 31; ccxii. 10, 16; ccxiii. 22, 64; ccxiv. 15, 37, 63; ccxv. 5; ccxx. 21; ccxxi. 22; ccxxii. 14, 38; ccxxiii. 14.

-, -, action of the Irish House of Commons in; ccxiii. 4.

-, -, books printed at the time of the; ccvi. 25.

-, -, prejudicial to the Post Office revenue; ccvi. 29.

Rebels or disaffected persons; cxcvi. 16; cxcviii. 37, 54, 72; cxcix. 11, 21, 69; cc. 26; cci. 7; ccv. 31, 92; ccvii. 54; ccix. 21, 31; ccx. 5; ccxiv. 73; ccxv. 18, 65.

-, abandon Perth; cxcviii. 37; ccxx. 21.

-, approach Lancaster; cxcviii. 63.

-, arms for, seized in Moffat's ship; ccxx. 50.

-, attempt Edinburgh; cxcix. 68; ccxiii. 10.

-, carry off 4,000l. at Enster, Scotland; cc. 22.

-, Commissioners for trying; cc. 11; ccvii. 6, 23.

-, at Dumblain, victory over them; cxciv. 19; ccv. 92; ccxx. 21.

-, estates of, the Crown when entitled to; cxcviii. 29.

-, executed at several places in Lancashire; cc. 11.

-, goods imported for, duties, &c.; cxcix. 64.

-, at Montrose, their behaviour; ccxxii. 14.

-, their design on Newcastle; ccvi. 43; ccviii. 49.

-, transportation of; cc. 16, 43; ccv. 86.

Receivers-General of the Revenue; cxcviii. 48; ccv. 43.

Records, Chancery, recommended to be deposited in the White Tower; ccxiv. 69.

-, -, report as to; ccxx. 45.

-, council, under keeper of; clxxxiv. 70.

-, Exchequer and other, report of the Lords' Committee; ccxx. 45.

-, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's; cxcviii. 47.

-, Rolls Chapel, keeper, Robt. Sanderson; ccviii. 16.

-, Tower, keeper of, salary; clxxxi. 52.

-, office fees insufficient for charges thereof; clxxxi. 52.

-, searched; cxcix. 56.

Redmayne, Mr., printer of a libel; ccxxiii. 19.

Redpath, George; ccxxvi. 87.

Reeve, Thomas, of the Middle Temple, appointed steward of Cookham and Bray manors; cxcvii. 44.

Relistian, tin mine, Cornwall; ccxiv. 23.

Remembrancer, King's; cxciv. 7; cc. 6; cciv. 77.

-, Lord Treasurer's; cxcviii. 47; ccxx. 5.

-, for Scotland; clxxxvi. 39.

Renfrew; ccxi. 19.

Renolds, John, butcher, memorial; ccxx. 49.

Requests, Court of, records of; ccxx. 45.

Rescobie, parish of; ccxiv. 71.

Revenue. See also Land, Duties, Customs, Post Office, Fines.

-,; clxxxi. 41; clxxxii. 10, 19; clxxxv. 60; clxxxvii. 33; cxci. 42; cxcviii. 79; cci. 2, 8; cciii. 4; ccvi. 12; ccviii. 21, 22; ccxv. 56; ccxviii. 1.

-, Acts of Parliament relating to; cxcvi. 36; ccxii. 94.

-, collectors of; clxxx. 9.

-, Commissioners of; clxxxvii. 35.

-, Customs; clxxxii. 46; ccvi. 14.

-, debtors to; ccxiii. 42.

-, land; clxxxi. 44, 45; clxxxii. 41; clxxxv. 52; cxcviii. 28; ccxiv. 41.

-, Post Office, surveyors appointed to check frauds in; cxc. 26.

-, proposed method of raising; clxxxv. 38, 44, 50; clxxxvi. 41; clxxxix. 6; cxciii. 48; cxcvi. 49.

-, receivers-general of; cxcviii. 48; cciv. 85.

-, salt, persons indebted to; clxxxii. 27.

-, (Ireland), Commissioners of; clxxxvii. 35; clxxxviii. 26; cxci. 63, 64; cxcviii. 61, 73; cxcix. 50; cc. 7; cci. 11; ccvi. 36; ccviii. 2, 35, 38; ccix. 7; ccxiii. 63; ccxiv. 11.

-, -, diminution of; ccxvi. 10.

-, -, general state of; clxxxix. 7.

-, -, produce of; cxcviii. 73.

-, (Scotland), frauds upon; clxxxv. 63; cc. 12; ccxiv. 32; ccxv. 44.

-, -, arrears due to; clxxxix. 48.

-, -, diminished by the rebels; ccxii. 82.

-, -, state of; cxciii. 19; cxcix. 51; ccii. 2.

-, -, (Civil List), &c.; cc. 36.

-, (Wales); cxcviii. 28.

Reynardson, Jacob (Customs), letter; ccxii. 48.

Reynaud, Andrew, petition; cc. 32.

Reynolds, John, son of the Rev. John, petition; ccxiv. 5.

Rhett, Col. Wm., surveyor and controller of South Carolina; cxcii. 51; cxciii. 59; cc. 40; cci. 5; ccxxiii. 16.

-, Wm., junr., report on his petition; ccxxii. 6.

Rhine, the; ccxx. 15.

Rhodes, C.; cxc. 17.

Ribaucourt, Ann de, spouse of Marquess, Viscount Durben, memorial; ccv. 93.

Richard, John Fras., son of steward of William III., lands in Burgundy and Orange, petition; ccxiii. 31.

Richards, Mr.; cxciii. 10.

Richers, Thomas, Esq., late receiver of taxes, co. Cambridge; clxxxiv. 68.

Richmond, charity school at, trustees' petition; cxc. 31.

-, manor, Surrey, accounts of; cxci. 5; cxcii. 31; ccvi. 11; cxcvii. 53; ccviii. 22.

-, Park; cc. 21.

-, S., petition; cxc. 45.

-, Duke of, reference by; cxci. 50.

-, -, memorial of; ccviii. 31.

Riding surveyor in North Britain; clxxxvi. 18.

Riding officers' charges at Kensington; cxcvi. 26.

Riga, masts of; cxcviii. 30.

Rigg, quartermaster; ccxvi. 29.

Riggs, Edw., surveyor of highways in Binfield, Windsor Forest; ccxxi. 39.

Riots at Birmingham; cxci. 22; cxciii. 44; cxcix. 31.

Ripley, Thos., rebuilds the Custom House, London, &c.; ccx. 5; ccxvii. 4.

Risban, garrison at; clxxxviii. 46.

Rithcart, ; cxcix. 31.

Roads or ways, surveyor of the King's, proposed as a commissioner to the Board of Works; ccvi. 55.

Roane, Major George, brazier of Dublin, petition; ccxiv. 53.

Robathon, Hon. Mr.; cxci. 47.

Roberts, alias Lee, John; clxxxvi. 43.

-, Thos., agent to the Earl of Stafford; cxcvi. 31.

-, Wm., tide surveyor of Topsham; cxciii. 27.

Robertson, Thos., merchant of Inverness, petition; ccxvi. 4.

Robes, Master of the; cciv. 72; ccxix. 68. See also Cadogan, Wm. Earl of.

-, the Coronation, &c., payments for; cciv. 72; ccxxvi. 17.

-, imprest for, for mourning for the King of Sweden; ccxx. 38.

Robins, Benjamin, distributor of stamps, Exeter; clxxxvii. 30.

-, Henry, appointed surveyor of houses; cxcvii. 10.

-, Joseph; clxxxix. 63.

Robinson, Wm., of Newby, letter of; cc. 27.

-, Mr.; ccxii. 25.

-, -, gentleman porter of the Tower, compensation; ccxxi. 28.

Rochelle, ships at, arms for Scotland; cc. 19.

Rochester, dean and chapter of; clxxxvi. 50; clxxxix. 63; cxc. 29.

-, Earl of; ccix. 30.

-, Earl and Countess of, memorial; clxxxv. 10; cc. 21.

Rochford, Anne, petitions; cxci. 50; ccxxi. 17.

Rochfort, Robt., petition of; clxxxv. 29.

Rockingham, Lewis Watson, first Earl of; clxxxi. 27.

-, Forest; ccviii. 9.

-, -, prosecution for cutting timber in; clxxxix. 19.

Rodbard, John; ccxii. 51.

Rodney, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Newton; cxcvi. 43.

Rogers, John, bookseller of Salop; ccvi. 25.

-, Mr.; ccxiv. 49.

-, Woodes, governor of the Bahamas; ccxxii. 6.

Rogerson, Mr., solicitor-general, Ireland; ccxxi. 6.

Rolfe, John, allowance for pumps on hill near Harwich; clxxxix. 63.

Rollo, Robert, of Powhouse, petition of his spouse; ccxiv. 73; ccxvi. 27.

Rolls, Master of the, directed to grant the keepership of the Records in the Tower; clxxxi. 52.

-, -, distributor of a charity for relief of converted Jews; ccvi. 18.

-, -, his old house pulled down; ccxx. 45.

-, the, searches made at; cxciii. 46; cxcviii. 74; cxcix. 56.

-, of the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's office; cxcviii. 47.

Roman Catholics, taxation of; cc. 28.

-, strive in the Vaudois to destroy the Protestant churches; cxcix. 33.

Romer, John, engineer, report; cxc. 56.

Room, Mr., undertaker; cxci. 49.

Roop, John, his account; ccviii. 37.

Roope, John, storekeeper of Alicant Castle, petition; ccxi. 15.

-, Nicholas, Commissioner for disbanding the marines; clxxxviii. 34; cxcii. 27; cxcvii. 14.

Roos, John, chief engraver of seals; clxxxiv. 45; cc. 17.

Roscow, Mr., receiver of revenue in Virginia; ccxxii. 16.

Rose, Mr., receiver of land revenue for cos. Notts and Lincoln; clxxxi. 44.

Ross, late Bishop of, Dr. Ramsay; clxxxi. 10.

-, Crown rents of; clxxxvi. 21.

-, Alexr., of Edinburgh; clxxxii. 46.

-, Magdalena, daughter of George, gentleman usher to the Princess of Orange, mother of William III.; ccxv. 57.

-, Samuel, Controller of Stamp Duties; cxcvii. 34.

Rossant, Daniel; ccxxii. 6.

Rotherhithe, warehouse for salt; ccxviii. 6; ccxx. 30.

Rothes, Right Hon. the Earl of, the King's Commissioner for the General Assembly; cciv. 54.

Rotterdam, coin conveyed from England to; ccxiv. 67.

-, Germans transported to ccix. 29.

-, provision for the King's stay there; clxxx. 8, 23.

Rowland, Mr.; ccxvi. 14.

-, Thos., clerk of the works at Windsor, his answer to the surveyor's charge; ccxx. 17.

Roxborough, Lord; ccxii. 77.

Roxburghe, Duke of, Principal Secretary of State; ccvii. 35; ccxii. 14; ccxiii. 64; ccxx. 22; ccxxiii. 18.

Royal Bounty. See Bounty, Royal.

Rudge, John; clxxxi. 54.

-, Mr.; ccxxii. 10.

-, Thomas, receiver-general of land revenue in cos. Hants, Wilts, &c.; clxxxii. 41.

Rudlands wharf, Harwich; clxxxix. 63.

Rule, Mr. Gilbert, minister of Gray Friars' Church, Edinburgh; clxxxv. 9.

Rumford Bridge; cxci. 34.

Russell, Lady Letitia, case of; clxxxv. 42; ccviii. 35.

Russia; clxxxvii. 45.

Rutherford, Robt., commissary in Scotland; ccxii. 96.

Rycaut, Charlotte, widow of Captain, of the Earl of Donegall's regiment; ccxv. 66.

Ryley, Reginald; ccxiv. 19, 20.

Rymer's Fdera, disposition of copies; clxxxvi. 34; clxxxix. 69; cxci. 73; cci. 6.

-, transcripts of records in the hands of A. Churchill; ccxx. 45.

Rynefield Lodge in the New Forest; cxcviii. 25.

Ryswick, Treaty of; clxxxvii. 9; clxxxviii. 31; cxc. 3.