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

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Sabine, Major-General, regiment of Royal Welsh Fusiliers; cxci. 62; ccxii. 92; ccxxvi. 20.

Sable, cape; ccvii. 29.

Sabourn, Thomas, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, tailor, memorial and petitions; ccvii. 49; ccxxii. 38; ccxxiii. 14, 20.

-, Ren, his son; ccxxiii. 14.

Sacheverell, verses in praise of; ccxi. 1.

Sacraments in America, proposals for administration of; clxxxi. 31.

Sadler, Mr., deputy clerk of the Pells; ccxx. 45.

Saffin, John, collector of Customs at Montrose, memorial; ccxxii. 14.

St. Alban's, late Earl of, grants by Chas. II. to; clxxxi. 19; ccxii. 82.

St. Andrew's (Scotland), archbishopric of; clxxxv. 9; ccvi. 24.

-, professorship of ecclesiastical history in the college of; ccxiii. 6.

St. Barbes, Sir John, petition; cxcviii. 52.

St. Bride's, alias Bridget's, London, parish of; cxcix. 46.

St. Christopher, island of; cxcii. 60; cxciii. 47; cxcix. 36; ccviii. 36; ccix. 13; ccxxvi. 12.

-, -, agent for the; clxxxi. 30.

-, -, settlement of the late French portion of; clxxxi. 25, 30; clxxxvii. 9; clxxxviii. 31, 47; clxxxix. 44; cxc. 2, 3; cxci. 67; ccviii. 36; ccix. 15; ccxiv. 40.

-, -, French invasion of; clxxxiii. 2.

-, -, lieut.-governor of; clxxxix. 27.

-, -, memorial from inhabitants of; ccix. 4.

-, -, proposals for purchase of lands in; ccxiii. 58; ccxiv. 22.

-, -, resolutions of the Commons for sale of lands ceded by France; ccvii. 28.

-, -, sufferers in, petition; ccxxi. 14.

St. Estevan; ccxiv. 6.

St. George, Sir Henry, Garter-King-at-Arms, burial certificate of, &c.; cci. 9, 13; ccviii. 52.

-, the new Knight of; ccxiii. 47.

St. Giles in the Fields, parish of; clxxxii. 39; ccvii. 33.

St. James's House, precautions against fire at; cxcviii. 59.

-, Palace; clxxxiii. 5; clxxxv. 37; clxxxviii. 17, 48; cxc. 46; cxciii. 37; cciv. 45; ccvi. 28; ccxvi. 8; ccxxvi. 95.

-, parish; clxxxii. 39; clxxxvii. 16, 27; ccxii. 48.

-, Park; clxxxiii. 3; clxxxvi. 3; cxc. 62; cxci. 41; cxcvi. 28, 40; cciii. 6; ccviii. 32; ccix. 19; ccxxii. 3.

-, Post, advertisement in; ccxiii. 20.

-, Square, lease of lands near; clxxxi. 19.

-, Westminster; ccxii. 33.

St. Jean de Luez, ships from; ccxv. 14.

St. John, Mr., secretary to the embassy at Utrecht; clxxxvi. 16.

-, Col., his regiment; ccxv. 3.

St. Johns, Newfoundland; ccxv. 25.

St. Kitts. See St. Christopher.

St. Malo; ccix. 6; ccxv. 14.

St. Margaret's parish, Westminster; clxxxii. 39.

St. Martin, (Dutch), island of; ccxiv. 40.

St. Martin's by Aldersgate; ccviii. 47.

St. Mary of the Lowes, Selkirkshire, parish of; cxcvi. 48.

St. Mary's, York. See York.

St. Paul's, London, thanksgiving at, expenses &c. of; cxc. 44.

-, -, rebuilding of; ccxx. 8.

-, -, Commissioners for rebuilding, pay for recovering the pier and way at Portland; ccxx. 39.

-, -, estimates and plans for a room for records; ccxx. 45.

St. Philip's Castle at Minorca, taken by Gen. Stanhope; cci. 10.

St. Quintin, Sir Wm. (one of the Lords of the Treasury); clxxxvii. 6; cxc. 39; cxciv. 3; cxcvii. 49; cxcviii. 63; cxcix. 35.

St. Saphorin, Mr.; cci. 27.

St. Sebastian, Spaniards from; ccxv. 14.

St. Thomas's Hospital; clxxxix. 39.

Saintipolite, Mr.; cxciii. 26.

Salcey. See Saulcey.

Salenave, Eliz., widow of Jordan, deputy-governor of St. Christopher; clxxxvii. 9; clxxxviii. 31; ccix, 4.

Salisbury, W., Bishop of, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, letter; ccxiii. 62.

Salkeld, Serjeant, chief justice of North Wales, death &c.; cxcvi. 3.

Salle, Jane de la, widow of Capt. Isaac; clxxxiv. 64.

Sallee Rovers, the; cxcix. 53.

-, Squadron; ccxv. 26.

Salop, town of; ccvi. 25.

Salt, duties on, solicitor for; clxxxiv. 54.

-, -, controller of; cxcvi. 30.

-, -, Commissioners for; clxxxi. 27; clxxxvi. 25; clxxxix. 13; cxci. 42; cxciii. 61; ccxix. 7.

-, -, -, (Scotland); cxcviii. 78; cci. 17; ccv. 56.

-, -, -, officer for; ccxii. 34.

-, foreign; ccxi. 5; ccxxi. 20, 44; ccxxvi. 78.

-, office; clxxxiv. 71; clxxxix. 13; cxci. 42; cxciii. 61.

-, revenue; cxci. 42.

-, -, account of persons indebted to; clxxxii. 27; ccvii. 17; ccxx. 24; ccxxi. 43.

-, -, charges on; clxxxvi. 40.

-, -, drawbacks on; cxci. 42.

-, Scotch; ccxviii. 1; ccxx. 30; ccxxi. 44.

Saltpetre; cxcii. 76; cxciii. 55; cc. 23; ccxv. 51; ccxxvi. 9.

Sampson, Joan, widow of Wm.; cciv. 2.

Sanches, Dr. Don, assessor of Minorca; cxci. 65.

Sancho, Dr. Francisco; clxxxii. 21.

Sanderson. See also Saunderson.

-, Allan; ccviii. 23.

-, Sandford, Richard; cxcviii. 50; ccvii. 9.

-, Col., recommended as collector of inland excise, Dublin; ccviii. 38; ccix. 11.

Sandhurst Walk, Windsor Forest; cxcviii. 67.

Sandwell, Mathias, landwaiter in Exeter; ccxiv. 5.

Sandys, Windsor, Esq., granted certain wrecks; cxci. 8.

Sanson, Mr. John, collector of Bristol, estates of; ccxxiv. 1.

Santa Cruz, island of; ccxiv. 40.

Sardinia, King of, demand for subsidy for his troops; ccxxiii. 27.

Sarke, duty on imports from the island of; clxxxix. 54.

Saulcey Forest, co. Northampton, felling of trees in; clxxx. 32; cxc. 15.

Sauli, Marquis de; clxxx. 16; clxxxi. 22.

Saumarais (or Sausmarez) Mr.; ccviii. 31; ccxi. 16.

Saunderson, Mr., (Rymer's Fdera); cxci. 73.

-, Robt., Keeper of the Records of the Rolls Chapel, letters as to searches; ccviii. 16.

-, -, Deputy Usher of the Rolls; ccxx. 45.

Sausin, Brigadier; cxcii. 35; ccxix. 76.

-, Mr.; cxciii. 26.

Savage, Mr. John, to be plantation and western clerk; cciv. 14.

-, Rich.; clxxxvi. 18.

Savery, Mr.; clxxxix. 39.

Savoy, envoy to; clxxx. 19.

-, the, or the Savoy hospital; clxxxiv. 62; clxxxv. 70; clxxxvi. 45; cxcii. 49; cxciii. 17; cxciv. 3; cxcvi. 15; cc. 39; cci. 4.

-, Dutch chapel at; cxcvi. 15.

-, hospital dissolved, and the rents kept for pious uses; cxcix. 33.

-, -, state of the revenue of; ccix. 20.

Sawbridge, Geo.; clxxxii. 19.

Saxe Gotha, Duke of, his demands; ccxvii. 2.

Saxon troops, arrears due to, demand of the King of Poland; ccxxiii. 27.

Saxony, electoral prince of; cc. 24.

-, Electress Dowager of, her residence at Liechtenberg; ccviii. 4.

Sayers, Mr., claims a right to spring woods near Chertsey; cxcviii. 27; cxcix. 9; cc. 1.

Sayes, co. Surrey; clxxxv. 70.

Schack, Baron, the Muscovite envoy; cxcviii. 62; cc. 10.

Schaub, Mr. Luke, Lord Cobham's secretary, allowance to; cxciii. 33; ccxii. 7.

-, -, of the embassy at Copenhagen; ccv. 48.

Scheldt, the, two ships burnt in; ccxxiii. 29.

Schir, Mrs., petition; cxci. 47.

Schism Bill, the; ccxxii. 38.

Schomberg, Duke of; clxxxvi. 25.

Schonborn, Count; cxci. 25.

School, charity, at Kensington; cciv. 61.

Schuldam, Edmond, solicitor of criminal causes; cxc. 20.

Score, Rich., collector of Customs, Penzance, petition; clxxxvi. 48.

Scotch linen, duty on; ccxxiii. 15.

-, merchants discouraged by the non-coining of bullion; clxxxv. 20.

-, nation, conservator of its privileges in the Netherlands; clxxxix. 12.

-, parochial ministers, stipends, &c. of; ccvii. 41.

-, ports, inspector-general of; cxcviii. 78.

-, prisoners tried at Carlisle, evidence against; ccxi. 14.

-, professors in the universities, pensions to; cxc. 9, 10.

-, salt, duties on; cci. 17.

-, woollen manufacture sunk by that of England; ccxxiii. 15.

Scotchmen, poor, taken prisoners at Preston; ccix. 21.

Scotland; cxcvi. 32.

-, Advocate-General of; ccxiv. 59.

-, Bank of, governor and company of the; ccxvi. 39; ccxx. 11.

-, -, established by Act of Parliament 1695; ccxxiii. 8.

-, board of police in; cxcvi. 9; ccv. 28.

-, H.M. carver in; cxcvi. 19.

-, chancellor of; ccxiv. 76.

-, charity roll of; cxc. 38.

-, civil establishment of; cci. 17; ccxii. 77.

-, clerk register of; clxxxviii. 5.

-, court of session and justiciary; cci. 17; ccxxii. 26.

-, Crown rents and revenues in; cxciii. 16; cxcvi. 2.

-, Customs of, improvable only by increase of population; clxxxv. 63.

-, -, insufficient to keep the courts of; cci. 17.

-, -, and foreign Excise, farmers of; ccxiv. 70.

-, duties upon houses in, letters to collectors of; cc. 12.

-, establishment of; cxcvi. 19; ccxxiii. 18.

-, fishery of, encouragement of; ccxxiii. 8.

-, forces in, commander-in-chief of; clxxx. 11; cxci. 69.

-, -, quartermaster - general of; ccxxiii. 27.

-, -, invalids of. cxc. 38.

-, forces ordered to; clxxx. 53; cxcii. 22, 46.

-, General Assembly in; cciv. 54.

-, historiographer royal for; cxcii. 10.

-, justices of, refuse to hear informations on account of the malt duty; cc. 12.

-, lord justice clerk of; cxcii. 16; cxcix. 34.

-, lords of justiciary, &c.; ccv. 14.

-, -, session; ccvi. 5; ccxvi. 39; ccxx. 11; ccxxii. 8.

-, -, of session, &c. as to forfeited estates; ccxxiii. 4.

-, one of the master households to the royal family of; cxcvi. 19.

-, masters of the works in; cxci. 6.

-, officers in, allowance to; clxxx. 60.

-, papers relating to; cxcvi. 35; ccv. 91.

-, parliaments of, the Douglases have the first seat and vote in; clxxxviii. 55.

-, prisoners in; cxcix. 34.

-, public debts of, memorial of the original creditors, &c.; ccxxii. 5.

-, receiver-general and cashier of the Customs in; clxxxii. 12; cci. 17.

-, register of; ccv. 41.

-, rents of the late bishops of; ccxiii. 6.

-, session and justiciary of the Exchequer Court in; cci. 17.

-, stamp duties, &c. in, revenue from; cxciii. 45.

-, trade of; ccxiv. 32.

-, Yard; clxxxvii. 2; ccxvi. 16.

Scott, James; cxcvii. 39; ccxxii. 14.

-, -, H.M. Envoy Extraordinary to Poland; clxxxii. 15; clxxxvi. 16; clxxxix. 8; cxcvi. 10; ccviii. 4.

-, John, his cows destroyed; clxxxii. 39.

-, Capt. Thomas, commanded to attend the King of Sicily to Piedmont; cxcviii. 58; cxcix. 7.

Scrope, John, Esq., letter to; ccvii. 7.

Scroop or Scrope, Baron (Scotland); clxxxviii. 56, 58.

Seaforth, Earl of, his movements; cxcii. 9.

-, -, rents to the Crown cannot be levied but by military force; ccxi. 12.

Seals, charge of engraving the Great and Privy, and judicial; cc. 17.

-, chief engraver of. clxxxiv. 45; cc. 17.

Seamen, petition of; clxxxi. 57.

Seamen's wages, receivers of the duty of 6d. a month upon; ccxx. 25.

Seaton, Anna, wife of James, late Viscountess of Kingston, petition; ccxiv. 60.

Secret service money; cxcviii. 15; ccxx. 38.

Sedgwick, Robt.; clxxxii. 25.

-, -, clerk of the Jewel Office; ccxiii. 41.

Segar, Mr., ccv. 81.

Selkirkshire; cxcvi. 48.

Semeins, Edwd., gent., his scheme for raising five millions a year; cxciii. 48.

Serjeant, Thos., gate porter of the Tower of London, petition; ccxxi. 28.

Serjeants' Inn, letter dated from; ccxxvi. 86.

Serio river, Italy, passage of the, by Queen Anne's envoy; cc. 24.

Session, Lords of. See Scotland.

Seton, Wm., junr., of Pidmeden; ccvi. 24.

Sevenoaks, trustees of the free school at; ccxvii. 4.

Seymore, Lieut.-Gen., his regiment of foot; ccxix. 46.

Shadwell, Sir John, fourth physican to Queen Anne; clxxxxix. 15; cxcvi. 27; ccxiii. 33.

Shaftoe, Edward, son of John, who turned King's evidence; ccxiii. 11; ccxxi. 22.

-, Wm.; ccviii. 23; ccxvi. 26.

Shales, Charles, adverse to a duty being laid on plate; cxcvii. 36.

Shannon, Lord; cciv. 101.

-, Viscount, his demand for wagon money; ccxxiii. 27.

Shard, Sir Isaac; clxxxvii. 13.

Sharpe, Margaret, Lady, her pension; cxci. 54.

-, Wm., President and Commander-in-Chief of Barbadoes, memorial and report thereon; cxcvi. 4; ccxxii. 2.

Shaston, Dorset; ccxv. 42.

Shaw, John, clerk of the poultry; clxxxiv. 73.

Sheen, West, Surrey; cxcii. 31.

Sheffield, John, petition; cxciii. 62.

Shelton, Mr., cxcviii. 16.

Shepheard, Sam.; ccv. 37.

Sheppard, Humphrey; cxc. 3.

Sheriffs, accounts of, fees for passing, &c.; cciv. 24; ccxix. 51.

-, Act for enabling them to sue out their patents and pass their accounts; ccxiv. 51.

-, collect post fines; ccxv. 21.

Sheriff Muir, battle of; cciii. 14; ccxi. 19; ccxiii. 64.

Sherman, Elizabeth, widow, memorials; cxcii. 71; cxciii. 64.

Shermer, Mr., receiver-general of taxes in co. Berks; cxcii. 30, 61, 64.

Sherrar, Mr.; ccxii. 38.

Sherrard, Wm., memorial; clxxxvi. 28.

Sherrington; ccxiv. 65.

Sherwood Forest, windfalls in, perquisite of Surveyor-General of Woods; clxxxviii. 16; cxc. 61; cxci. 39.

-, -, damage done to, by tempest; clxxxix. 67.

-, -, workmen, colliers, &c. of; cxcix. 54.

-, -, Lord Warden of, grant of 1,000l. a year to; ccxiv. 2.

Sherwood, John, petition of; cxcii. 15.

Shields, North. See North Shields.

Shields, Mr. John, of Doncaster, milliner; petition; ccxi. 20.

Ship stopped with naval stores for Spain; ccxxvi. 2.

Ships, coasting, certificate by owners and masters; ccxx. 39.

-, East India, frauds by tidesmen on board; cxcvi. 50.

-, names of:

Anne of Liverpool; cc. 16.

Ann and Elizabeth; ccxii. 17.

Anglesea; clxxx. 11.

Association; cxcvi. 44.

Bedford; clxxx. 11,

Betty, inventory of goods seized on the sloop; cxcix. 49.

Concord (Dutch); ccx. 5.

Deal Castle, H.M.S.; cxciii. 21; ccx. 5.

Dolphin; cxcix. 13.

Duke of Vendosme, taken as prize; cxcix. 63.

Elizabeth; clxxx. 11.

Falmouth, H.M.S; ccxxiii. 5.

Folkston, H.M.S.; cxciii. 21.

Fubbs, yacht; cxcix. 3.

Hampton Court; clxxxi. 57.

Hazardous, H.M.S.; ccv. 80.

Herne, E.I.C.; cxciii. 36, 54.

Industry; cxcii. 34, 63.

King George; ccvi. 56.

King William; ccxx. 23.

Kingston; ccxxvi. 44.

Lyme, H.M.S.; ccxxii. 6 ccxxiii. 7.

Mary of Newcastle; cxcii, 66; cxciii. 29.

New Lyon, H.M.S. clxxxviii. 8.

New York's Revenge and New York Revenge's Revenge, alias the Eagle; ccxx. 23.

Pearl, H.M.S.; ccxxii. 6.

Phnix, H.M.S.; ccvi.

Portsmouth Galley; cciv. 64.

Queen, E.I.C.S.; ccvi. 56.

Revenge; ccxx. 23.

Revenge, alias Royal James; ccxxii. 6.

Romney, man-of-war; cxcviii. 58.

Rose, H.M.S.; ccxv. 18.

Royal Exchange; ccv. 53.

Royal George; ccxiii. 10.

Sea Nymph; ccxx. 23.

Shoreham, H.M.S.; cc. 40; ccxxiii. 16.

St. David, man-of-war; cxcvi. 13.

St. Michael (Spanish sloop); cciv. 43.

Success, H.M.S.; ccxx. 32.

Sunderland; ccxiv. 18.

Two Friends; cciv. 64.

The Holmes; ccxxvi. 25.

Warwick; clxxx. 11.

Wm. and Mary, yacht; cxcix. 3.

Worcester, H.M.S.; ccxxiii. 26.

-, sums required to pay off certain; clxxxiv. 61.

-, proposed assurance of, resisted by directors of Union and Hand-in-Hand Fire Insurance; clxxxv. 22, 23.

Shoeberry, South; clxxxvi. 44.

Shorey, John, and son, their proposals as to tin in the Tower; clxxxvi. 26; ccxv. 63; ccxxi. 5.

Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, perished in the Association; cxcvi. 44; ccxv. 66.

Shrewsbury, Charles Duke of, Lord High Treasurer to 13 Oct. 1714, passim. See also Lord Chamberlain.

-, -, -, letter of; cc. 41.

-, -, -, his embassy to France; clxxxi. 56.

Shrimpton, Ferdinando, of Penn, co. Bucks, bone-lacemaker; ccviii. 47.

Shuckforth, Joseph, petition; ccxxvi. 63.

Shute, Saml., certificate; ccxxvi. 75.

Sicily; clxxxvi. 16.

-, King of; cxcviii. 58; cxcix. 7; cciv. 84.

-, -, his persecution of poor Vaudois; cxcix. 33.

Sick and wounded, or sick and hurt, agents for the; clxxxviii. 30.

-, Commissioners for the; clxxxiv. 50; clxxxvi. 9; clxxxix, 31, 39; cxcvii. 6; ccxii. 37; ccxiv. 56; ccxv. 4.

-, -, the debt of their office clxxxiv. 50, 56.

-, -, reports on petitions; clxxx. 67.

-, seamen, commissionership of, granted; ccvii. 53.

Sign Manual, Royal; clxxxii. 43; cxc. 31, 48; cxcviii. 23; cxcix. 44; cc. 8.

-, -, required for expenditure for the wardrobe; clxxxv. 6.

-, the late Queen's bequest for the poor; clxxxvii. 18.

Silk, foreign, smuggling of, &c.; cxcii. 15, 84. ccxxiii. 15.

-, furnished to Wm. III.; clxxxvi. 13.

Silver and copper mine near Alvey in Scotland; cc. 26; cci. 7.

-, and gold exported into Holland, &c.; ccxiv. 67; ccxix. 9.

-, coin, best method for preventing the melting down of; ccviii. 43.

-, scarcity of, best method for preventing; ccxviii. 5.

Simons, Mary, widow of Walter, page to Queen Anne, when Princess of Denmark; ccxix. 70.

Singe, Revd. Mr., his death in the Savoy; clxxxv. 70.

Singleton, Henry; ccxvi. 23.

Six Clerks Office, the, records in; ccxx. 45.

Skinner, David, merchant of Montrose; cxcvii. 39.

Skins, difference between sheep or lamb skin and doeskin; clxxxvii. 13.

Skirling, barony of; cci. 20.

Slaughter, Chambers, Esq.; cciv. 100.

Slavery; cxc. 66.

-, in the American colonies; ccvi. 53.

Slaves in Antigua, prices of; ccxiv. 39.

-, in Barbary, who are British subjects; clxxx. 28.

Slingsby, Arthur, attorney-general of Barbadoes, petition; clxxxviii. 44.

-, Eliz., daughter of Colonel Walter; ccxv. 55.

Sloane, Sir Hans, baronetcy; cxcix. 1.

Sloper, Wm., (Pay Office), agent for the Earl of Lincoln; cciii. 2; cciv. 19, 64; ccxiii. 7; ccxix. 56; ccxxiii. 1.

Smart, Mr., receiver [of duties on hides] for Hertfordshire; ccxii. 83.

Smith, Daniel, Lieut.-Governor of Nevis; clxxxix. 27; ccxiii. 59.

-, -, junior; clxxxix. 63.

-, Henry, treasurer to the Commissioners for building 50 new churches; cxcviii. 32.

-, -, trial of; ccxxi. 41.

-, James, petition; cciv. 48.

-, -, surveyor of the works, Scotland; ccxxii. 7.

-, Joane, widow of John, pilot of H.M.S. Phnix, petition; ccvi. 32.

-, John, alias Thompson, petition; clxxxi. 34.

-, -, quartermaster and agent for the sloop Revenge's company; ccxx. 23.

-, Joseph; cxciii. 3.

-, Lord Chief Baron (Scotland); clxxxii. 46; clxxxiii. 6; clxxxvi. 18; clxxxviii. 58; cxcix. 51.

-, Mr., of Worcester, his death; ccxiii. 30.

-, -, touching coppice wood in the New Forest; ccvi. 10.

-, Obed, petition; ccxix. 38.

-, Richd., Dr. in physic, lessee of tithes in Dinton, co. Bucks; clxxxi. 41.

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., chief ranger in Ireland, and ranger in Phnix Park, Dublin; ccxxi. 6.

-, Thos., to be a port surveyor; cciv. 41.

-, Wm., petition; clxxxv. 46.

-, -, executor of Simon, a receiver-general, account; ccvii. 18.

Smithberd, Robt.; cc. 35.

Smithfield Market, recommendations as to; clxxxii. 39.

Smithson, Henry, petitions; clxxxvii. 8; ccviii. 19.

Smuggling, measures for suppressing; ccxii. 86.

-, -, in the west of England; ccvi. 34.

-, -, in Scotland; ccxiii. 10.

Smyrna, goods from, for the Morocco ambassador; ccxxi. 31.

Smythe, Mr., paymaster of the gentlemen pensioners; cxcvii. 13.

Snead, the, in the Forest of Dean; ccxxi. 37; ccxxii. 25.

Snell, Francis, petition of; clxxxix, 43.

Snowdon, ranger of the forest of; clxxxii. 31.

Society for Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts; clxxxi. 31.

-, -, extract from their journals; clxxxi. 31.

Soilwell, co. Gloucester; ccxxi. 25.

Solicitor-General. See also Lechmere, Aland, Thomson.

-,; clxxx. 12; cxciii. 15, 46, 62; cxcviii. 57; cxcix. 56; cc. 18, 35; cci. 13; ccviii. 15; ccxiv. 29.

-, reports of; clxxxvii. 41; clxxxviii. 17, 25; cxcii. 25, 45, 57, 58; cxciii. 39; cxcviii. 29, 60, 61; cxcix. 50; cc. 34; ccvi. 50; ccviii. 25, 26, 51; ccix. 9; ccxiv. 50; ccxxii. 44.

-, reports on oaths to be taken by officers on demise of the Queen; clxxx. 12.

-, -, on petition of Grace, Lady Dowager Carteret; clxxxvii. 22.

-, -, on revenue of Duchy of Cornwall; clxxx. 65.

-, (Ireland); cxciii. 49; ccxvi. 13.

Somers, Aramintha, daughter of Colonel Robt. Lundie, petition; ccxiv. 61.

-, Lord; ccxxi. 48.

-, -, Lady Katherine Waller's case; ccxxi. 12.

Somerset; clxxxii. 41; clxxxiv. 47; ccvii. 18; ccxii. 51; ccxvi. 1.

-, Duke of; cxci. 50; cxcvii. 25; cxcviii. 55; cxcix. 38; ccv. 15.

-, Herald, his duties, &c.; clxxxii. 48.

-, House, otherwise called Somerset Place and Chester Place; cxcviii. 55.

-, -, cost of repairs; ccxvi. 8.

-, -, water supply of; cxcviii. 55.

-, -, clerk of the works at; cxcii. 18; ccv. 32.

-, -, letters patent for settling it on the Princess of Wales; cxcii. 62.

Soulegre, Peter; ccix. 4.

Southampton, county. See Hants.

-, surveyor of; ccii. 1.

Southesk, Lady; ccxvi. 27.

-, late Earl of, sum due to the Bank of Scotland; ccxx. 11.

-, estate of, claims upon; ccxvi. 39.

Southwark; cxci. 55.

-, Falcon, on the Bankside; ccvii. 21.

-, M.P., for; clxxxi. 38.

Southwell, Lord, and Colonel Southwell, his his brother; ccxiv. 53.

South Sea Company, the; clxxx. 11; clxxxv. 1, 26; clxxxvii. 4, 14; clxxxix. 57; cxciii. 5, 9; cxcvi. 38; cxcvii. 21; cxcviii. 19; cci. 2; ccxvi. 2, 30; ccxxi. 23; ccxxii. 20, 29; ccxxvi. 71.

-, -, -, attempt to invade the territories of the African Company; clxxxv. 59.

-, -, -, revenues for paying; cxcviii. 18; ccviii. 44.

-, -, House; clxxx. 51 clxxxii. 4; cxci. 58; ccxvi. 2.

-, -, Stock; clxxx. 13, 16, 22, 36, 44, 45, 56, 57; clxxxi. 17, 22, 29, 48; clxxxii. 4, 28; clxxxiv. 9; clxxxv. 1, 28, 54; clxxvi. 12; clxxxvii. 4; clxxxviii. 37; cxciii. 1; ccv. 95; ccxv. 8; ccxxi. 14; ccxxii. 45; ccxxv. 1; ccxxvi. 34.

-, -, -, method of disposing of; clxxx. 36; clxxxi. 22, 29.

-, -, -, preamble to the subscription for; clxxx. 39.

-, -, -, subscribers for; clxxx. 52, 57; clxxxii. 28; clxxxviii. 50.

-, -, -, transfers of; clxxx. 50; clxxxi. 29; clxxxii. 28; clxxxv. 28; cxcvii. 28.

-, -, -, trustees for; clxxx. 49, 50, 51, 57; clxxxi. 48; clxxxvii. 4; cxciii. 1.

Spain, envoy extraordinary and plenipotentiary to; clxxxiii. 21; ccxii. 11.

-, her ability to surprise and starve the garrison of Gibraltar; ccviii. 33.

-, hospitals in, officers of 1712, demands for their salaries; ccxxiii. 27.

-, King of, payment for provisions for British troops in Alicant; ccviii. 37.

-, -, subsidy to; cxcix. 27.

-, Kings of, and the revenues of Minorca; cxcviii. 41.

-, value of gold and silver in; ccviii. 43.

-, postal arrangements for; clxxxiii. 7.

-, regiments that served in; clxxxi. 20; clxxxvii. 20; ccxxiii. 27.

-, the debate in the House of Lords on; i. 15.

Spaniards in South Carolina, easily attacked; cc. 40.

-, at Port a Chova; ccxv. 14.

-, prizes taken from; ccxx. 13.

Spanish fleet; ccxv. 15.

-, language, letters translated; ccxxii. 11.

-, merchants undertake for release of captives in Morocco; clxxx. 13.

-, regiment, Catholic officers of, their petition; cxcii. 11.

-, -, in Portugal and Alicant, subsistence of; cxcix. 27.

-, -, Lord Galway's; ccxii. 74.

Sparke, , mayor of Dartmouth; clxxxviii. 49.

Speke, Hugh, petition; cxcii. 80.

Spencer, Mr., of Leominster; ccxiii. 30.

Spiesmaker, Luder, payment to; ccxxvi. 88.

Spotswood, Col. A., governor of Virginia; clxxxvii. 40; cxcii. 7; cxcix. 22; ccvi. 9, 53; ccxxii. 6.

Sprake, Edwd., tidesman at Topsham; ccx. 5.

Springett, Anthony, receiver-general of taxes and duties on houses and marriages for Sussex, petition; ccxii. 99.

Spry, William, junr., collector of Customs, Exeter; ccx. 5.

Spurgeon, Richd., of Great Yarmouth; clxxxiv. 11.

Stables, the late Queen's, expense of; clxxxiv. 60; cciv. 21.

-, H.M.; clxxxv. 25; cxcvii. 25; cxcix. 38; cciv. 21; ccv. 15; ccxv. 31; ccxxvi. 10, 100.

-, -, lease of land belonging to, at Charing Cross; cxci. 50.

Stafford county; cxci. 22.

-, -, riots in; cxci. 31; cciv. 71.

Stainforth, John, receiver-general of York, Durham, &c.; ccxii. 61.

Stainhurst, Henrietta Maria, petition; clxxxviii. 6.

Stair, Earl of, H.M. ambassador at the Court of France; cxciii. 25; cxcvii. 54; cciv. 79; ccv. 8; ccvii. 44; ccxiv. 77: ccxv. 6; ccxix, 42; ccxx. 21; ccxxvi. 23, 58, 97.

-, -, his bill of extraordinaries; cxciv. 95; ccv. 36.

Stamps, distributors of; clxxxix. 61; cxciii. 45; cxcvii. 16.

Stamp duties, commissioners for; clxxxiv. 48; clxxxv. 8; clxxxvii. 19, 21, 30; clxxxix. 61; cxcii. 21, 36; cxcvii. 16, 34, 50; ccvi. 25; ccxiii. 49; ccxiv. 25, 38; ccxvi. 1; ccxix. 38; ccxxii. 17.

-, -, -, solicitor to; ccxi. 14.

-, -, comptroller of; clxxxvii. 33; cxcvii. 34.

-, -, receiver-general of, account of gold in his hands; ccxxii. 17.

-, -, proposals touching; clxxxv. 62.

-, Office (in Lincoln's Inn); clxxxiii. 20; clxxxvi. 42; clxxxvii. 19, 21 30; clxxxix. 61; ccxiii. 49; ccxiv. 25, 38; ccxvi. 1; ccxix. 38; ccxxii. 17.

-, -, specimens of the dyes of the; clxxxv. 8.

-, -, fraud in, discovered; cciv. 33.

Stamper, Wm., Robt., Charles, and Thos., bastard children of Anne Harvey; ccxv. 13.

Standish, Lady Philippa, daughter of Henry Duke of Norfolk, petition; ccxiv. 65.

-, Ralph, petition; ccxvi. 26, 27.

Standish Hall; ccxiv. 65.

Stanhope, Captain; ccviii. 7.

-, Charles, Esq., Secretary to the Treasury; cxcix. 43; ccviii. 42; ccix. 13, 15; ccxii. 65; ccxx. 18.

-, -, letters to; ccxix. 54, 64; ccxxii. 4; ccxxvi. 66.

-, Col. Edm., his regiment; cxc. 23.

-, Col. Wm., payment to; ccxxvi. 36.

-, Col., moved out of Preston; cxcix. 21.

-, Earl; ccxxiii. 18.

-, General; cxci. 47; cci. 10.

-, James, envoy extraordinary to the late King of Spain; clxxxiii. 21; clxxxiv. 22; cxc. 28; cxci. 49.

-, -,; clxxxix. 4; cxc. 32, 40, 50, 60, 64; cxci. 1, 9, 23, 28, 46, 52; ccxii. 7, 16, 19, 22, 23, 24, 28.

-, Mr. Secretary; clxxxviii. 47; clxxxix, 6, 28, 34, 37, 40, 41, 55; cxc. 16.

-, Rt. Hon. Viscount; ccvii. 50, 51, 54; ccviii. 14; ccix. 1, 3, 5, 21; ccxi. 16.

-, -, letters of; ccxv. 50; ccxix 47; ccxxvi. 2, 18, 19, 21, 26, 28, 29 38.

Stanley, Mr. Henry, to be the collector of Poulton; ccxxvi. 5.

Stannaries of Cornwall and Devon; ccviii. 30.

Stanshaw, near Portsmouth, furnishes clay for H.M. docks; ccxxi. 30.

Stanstead, parish of; ccvi. 2.

Stanwix, Brigadier, late governor of Gibraltar, memorial of; clxxxvi. 40.

-, -, his regiment; ccxv. 41.

-, Mr. Joseph, solicitor, frauds on Chelsea Hospital; ccxiii. 50; ccxiv. 29; ccxv. 37; ccxix. 6.

Stanyan, Abraham, envoy at various courts, clxxxii. 45; clxxxv. 15; cc. 5; ccv. 98; ccxiv. 77; ccxv. 62.

Staple-Gorden, parish of; ccvii. 41.

Starr, Mrs. Rebecca, bill of; cxci. 49.

Start [Point]; ccxiii. 29.

States General. See United Provinces and Holland.

Stationers' Company inform against Rogers, the bookseller of Salop; ccvi. 25.

Stationery; clxxxiv. 51; ccxii. 54; ccxxvi. 87, 99.

Stawell, Hon. Edward, memorial; cxci. 56.

Stebbing, Mr. Samuel, Somerset Herald; clxxxii. 48.

Stedman, Miles, land waiter in the port of London, petition; ccxxvi. 7.

Steele, Katherine, widow of Thomas, petition; cxcvi. 44.

-, Sir Rich., his absence from the Commission for forfeitures; ccxxii. 37,

Stepney, Middlesex; ccv. 46.

-, -, cows destroyed at; clxxxii. 39,

Sterling, Capt. James, of the Earl of Donegal's regiment; cxciii. 52.

-, Walter, writer in Edinburgh; ccxx. 11.

Stevens, Dr. Rich., and Grizell, his sister and executrix; clxxxv. 29.

-, -, copy of his will; clxxxv. 29.

-, Henry, serjeant-at-law, appointed steward of Ewelm; clxxxviii. 41.

-, -, petition and opinion of; clxxxviii. 48.

Stevenson, James; ccxix. 43.

Stewart, James, his petition for a pension, as lineally descended from James I.; clxxxii. 13.

-, Major James, brought news that the rebels had abandoned Perth; cxcviii. 37; ccxx. 21.

-, Sir James, H.M. solicitor for Scotland; cxcii. 4; cxcix. 69; cc. 15.

-, Lady Anne, daughter of Louis, Duke of Lenox; clxxxviii. 55.

Stichall, Zacharias, petition; ccxxvi. 35.

Stirling; cci. 7; cciii. 14; ccv. 92; ccxi. 19; ccxiii. 64; ccxiv. 37.

-, garrison of; cc, 38.

-, , wife and children of; ccxvi. 27.

Stock Exchange or Stocks' Market, London; ccix. 4.

Stockholm, British chaplain at, pension for taking care of the French congregation at; clxxxi. 32.

-, resident at, claims of; ccix. 23.

Stocking manufactures of Jersey and Guernsey; clxxxix. 54.

Stoke, Wm., a pirate; ccxxii. 6.

Stone, John, distributor of stamps for York; cxcii. 21.

-, -, auditor of the lottery funds, memorial; ccxxvi. 64, 81.

-, Wm., surveyor of duties on houses, Hertfordshire, charge of disaffection against; ccxxv. 6.

Stores, commissaries of; clxxxvi. 49.

-, (unserviceable), sale of; ccxxi. 42.

Story, Sam., of London, gent., petition; cxcvi. 39.

Strachan, Patrick, of Glenkindy, petition; ccxiii. 64.

Stradling, Sir Edw., father and son, their assistance of King Charles I.; cxcviii. 42; ccxxi. 12.

Strafford, Thomas, Earl of, ambassador to the States General; clxxx. 3; clxxxiii. 12; clxxxvi. 16.

-, -, demands for payment; ccviii. 5.

-, -, farmer of the post fines; cxcvi. 31.

-, -, memorial of; cxcvi. 5.

Straits, the, tin to be sent there; clxxxix. 2; ccviii. 12.

Strangford, Lord; cxcvii. 55.

Strathisla, Banffshire; ccvii. 40.

Strathnaver, Lord; cxc. 14.

Stratton, Col. Chas., quartermaster-general of the forces in Scotland demand; ccxxiii. 27.

Strong, Edw., sen. and jun., masons at Blenheim House, petition, &c. of; clxxxi. 9; ccviii. 48.

Stuart. See also Stewart and Steuart.

-, Sir Simon or Simeon, cuts down trees in Holt Forest; clxxxii. 34; cxcix. 56.

-, -, Chamberlain of the Exchequer; ccix. 32.

-, Wm., Esq., H.M. Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer (Scotland); cxci. 54.

Stub Grove in Windsor Forest; ccvi. 10.

Stubbridge Coppice, co. Surrey; cxcix. 9; cc. 1.

Stuckey, Charlwood, Esq., petition of; clxxx. 69.

Stud, Master of the, under Queen Anne; clxxxii. 7.

-, H.M., expenses of; clxxxii. 7; ccxxii. 46.

Studholme, Capt., surveyor of H.M. roads; ccvi. 2.

Sturgeon, John, glover, memorial; ccxx. 49.

Subsidies; cxciii. 46; cxcvii. 17; ccxiii. 67; ccxxiii. 1.

Subsistence money; clxxxi. 37; clxxxii. 29; clxxxv. 2; clxxxvi. 37; clxxxviii. 24; cxcii. 44, 67; cxcvi. 21; cxcviii. 23; cxcix. 27; cciii. 2; ccv. 59; ccxiv. 3; ccxx. 12, 43; ccxxii. 27.

-, regulations established by William III.; clxxxi. 37.

Suffolk; cxciv. 18; ccxxiv. 1.

-, Earl of, deputy earl marshal; cxcix. 6.

-, -, objects to Mr. Anstis as Garter-King-at-Arms; cci. 13, 19; ccviii. 45, 52, 53; ccix. 1, 14.

-, sheriff of; ccxx. 5.

Sugar, trade in; clxxxv. 59.

Sugaries in St. Kitts; ccix. 4.

-, or sugar houses (Scotland), owners of, their claims for exemptions from customs and excise; cxci. 13; cxcii. 8; ccviii. 13.

-, -, propose to surrender their exemptions; ccxx. 6.

Sunderland; cxc. 69; ccxxvi. 13.

-, Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of. See also Ireland, Lord Lieutenant of.

-, -,; cxcvi. 7; ccvi. 31, 50; ccviii. 26, 38, 40, 50; ccix. 11, 16, 31; ccxii. 41; ccxiii. 58, and passim as First Lord of the Treasury from; ccxiv. 3.

-, -, letters of; ccxii. 43, 46, 50, 63, 67, 78, 88; ccxiii. 31.

-, -, articles of agreement between the Treasury and the Bank of England; ccxx. 37.

-, Lady, as to the Earl of Clancarty's children; cxciii. 6.

Supplies, state of the; clxxxviii. 51; clxxxix. 30, 57; ccxxiii. 23; ccxxv. 1.

Surinam, Dutch Governor and Company of, damages done by; ccxv. 9.

Surrey; clxxxv. 70; cxcii. 31; cxcviii. 27, 74; ccvi. 10; ccxx. 42.

-, special commission of, officers of; cci. 3.

Surveyor, office of; cxcvi. 16.

Surveyors general; clxxxi. 19; clxxxviii. 27; cxci. 5, 50; cxcii. 49; cc. 39; ccvii. 52.

-, -, reports, &c. of; clxxxi. 46; ccxiii. 2, 38.

-, -, of lands, references to; ccvii. 32, 47; ccxii. 82.

-, -, of woods; clxxxii. 34. See also Hewett, Thos.

-, -, -, in America, uselessness of the office; cxcviii. 17, 30.

Sussex; clxxxvii. 17; cxc. 30; ccv. 51, 54; ccxii. 98; ccxix. 30; ccxx. 42; ccxxiv. 1.

Sutton, Sir Robert, his allowances; ccxv. 62.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner for regulating hackney coachmen; cxcix. 23.

-, , his regiment; clxxxi. 36.

Sutherland, Customs' officers in; cxc. 14.

-, Earl of; cxcvii. 61; cciii. 12; cciv. 23; ccxxii. 30.

-, Mr., navy timber delivered to; ccxiv. 54.

-, Owen, purveyor of H.M. dock at Portsmouth; clxxxix. 59; ccxv. 20.

-, Wm., merchant of Edinburgh; cxcix. 15.

Swainmote Court, rarely held; ccxxiii. 6.

-, need of its revival; ccviii. 1.

-, wood stealers may be prosecuted in the; ccix. 24.

Swansea; ccxxi. 38.

Sweden; clxxxvi. 15, 16; clxxxvii. 45.

-, illegal trade with; ccxix. 15.

-, King of, mourning for; ccxx. 38.

-, Queen of, subsidy to be advanced to; ccxxiii. 1.

Swedes, cargo of a vessel retaken from the; ccx. 5.

Swedish envoy; ccviii. 27.

-, -, designs against the Government; ccix. 31.

Sweets, duties on; clxxxvi. 24.

Swindley rails, Windsor Forest, repair of; cxcviii. 66; ccvi. 51.

Swinford, J., secretary to the embassy of the Duke of Shrewsbury, memorial of; clxxxi. 56.

Swinburne, Edwd.; ccviii. 23.

Swiss cantons; clxxxv. 15.

-, troops; cciv. 19; ccxiv. 17.

Switzerland; clxxxii, 45; ccvi. 8.

Sybourgh, General, his regiment; ccxii. 73.