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'Index: C', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 586-595. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79491 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Cabinet, the Lords of the, 317.

Cables, &c., as to their freedom from duty, 470.

Cabragh, 221.

Cadiz, 36, 98, 320, 324, 431 (2), 540 (2), 550.

-, the expedition to, 488.

Cæsar, Alice, petition of (land at Chatham), 495.

-, Jul., 3.

Cæsar, the ship, 196.

Cagnomi, Joseph, merchant of London (Customs), 486.

Cahan, Martin, drummer, 317.

Caillon, the Sieur Josias, a French Protestant and merchant of Savinien upon the river Charente, 233.

Calais, 50, 127, 196.

-, fleet, the, 463.

Calamint, customs on, 340, 368.

Caldwell, Capt. Hugh, son of Sir James, defended the castle of Donegall, attacked by the Duke of Berwick, petition of, 474.

-, Captain, 499.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir James, conveyed gunpowder to the garrison at Belleek, Enniskillen, &c., 474.

-, Sir James, seeks for forfeited lands in Ireland, 473 (2).

-, -, maintained a pass and took a number of prisoners, 474.

-, -, his house a garrison, &c., 474.

-, -, his losses computed at 5,000l. or 6,000l., 474.

-, Mrs., 489.

Calico, 356, 409.

-, printed, 373.

Calicoes, 165.

Callant, John, of London, sworn broker, petition of (Customs), 460.

Calvert, his Excellency Charles, Esq., captain-general of Maryland, 7.

Camaret, or Camerit, in France, 39.

Camaret Bay, 411, 439.

Camball, Mr. David, agent to the Earl of Argyle's regiment, 261.

Cambon, Col. du, 181.

Cambray, the English monastery at, the nuns of, 256.

Camp, the, Sir Nicholas Stanning there, 20.

Candle, inch of, [a species of auction,] 491.

Canning, William, brewer, petition of, 478.

Cannon Row, Westminster, 197.

Canons, books of, 470.

Canterbury, the Archbishop of, promise to him by the King of a searchership, 476.

-, the Archbishop of, 293, 375, 416.

-, the revenues of the archbishopric of, 210.

-, the dean and chapter of, 199. Canterbury, 383.

-, innkeepers there impoverished by soldiers quartered on them, 225.

-, the mayor and aldermen of, petition of, 225.

-, marines there, 233.

-, the postmaster of, 441.

Cant, public, lands exposed to, 479.

Canvas, 309, 547.

Capel, the Hon. Sir Henry, one of the Lords of the Treasury, 50 (2).

Capell or Capel, Sir Henry, 228.

-, the Right Hon. the Lord, one of the lords justices in Ireland, 297.

-, Lord, 405, 408 (2).

-, -, petition of, 510.

-, his Excellency Lord Henry, Baron of Tewkesbury, Lord Deputy-General and General Governor of Ireland, 467, 485.

Capitulations, 86.

Cappoquin, 220.

Captives, English, detained by the Emperor of Fez and Morocco, 238.

-, English, redeemed, 389.

-, -, many died of the plague, 389.

Carbonell, Wm., merchant, 181.

Carborne, Richard, 118.

Carbury, the barony of, 566.

Cardigan, 244.

Cardonnel, Ad., 184.

-, James de, secretary to the general (Duke Schomberg), petitions of, 221, 484, 485.

-, -, -, to the succeeding Duke in Piedmont, 222.

-, -, secretary to the Duke of Leinster, petition of, 236.

-, -, his salary, 236.

-, -, stationery for, 239.

Carew, Sybil, relict of Captain John Carew, who served in Holland and was wounded and died at Limerick, petition of, 491.

Carey, Thomas, 351, 352.

Caribbee Islands, the, 12 (2), 14 (4), 95, 136, 204, 219, 256.

-, the customs in, 12.

-, the governor of, 14.

-, surrender of interest in, 13.

Carleton, Mr. Christopher, collector of the port of Belfast, 156.

Carleton or Carlton, Christopher, Esq., a Comr of Revenue (Ireland), 402, 405 (2), 408, 410, 475 (2), 566.

-, -, as to his defence against Mr. Babe's petition, 406.

Carlton, Mr. Christopher, a collector of Cork, and aftewards Comr of Revenue (Ireland), his trade with France, &c., 188, 413 (2), 419.

-, -, goes with the judge to the assizes, 533.

Carlisle, the Earl of, 12, 95.

-, James, Earl of, his creditors, 12 (7), 13 (3).

-, James, son of the Earl of, 12.

-, Lord Hay, Earl of, 12.

-, 99, 106 (4), 107 (2), 112 (2), 174.

-, prisoners in the garrison of, 246.

-, the port of, 364, 495.

-, officers of customs at, 55, 195, 239.

-, searcher of, 55, 146, 211, 246.

Carlyle, Ellen, widow, 319.

Carmarthen, &c., petition of the gentlemen freeholders, &c. of, 244.

-, the Marquis of, 50, 316, 480, 546.

-, colonel of the first marine regiment, 556.

Carmichel, Sir Daniel, deputy treasurer, 6.

Carolina, 484.

Carpenter, John, clerk, chaplain of two Dutch regiments in Ireland, two petitions of, 413.

-, Nathaniel, army agent, petition of, 347.

-, Samuel, 127.

-, Thomas, patent waiter of the port of London, petition of, 288.

Carpenters, affidavits of, 87.

Carpentry, 422.

Carr, Grace, Mary, and Elizabeth, daughters of the consul in Holland, petition of, 194.

Carrickfergus, 572.

Carriers, the, convey letters, 501.

Cartell, the, 330.

Carter, Mr., a surveyor of landwaiters, 59, 60 (2), 63.

-, Mr. (Customs), petitions of, &c., 148, 149 (2), 484.

-, Thomas, Esq., serjeant-at-arms (Ireland), 279, 476, 485.

-, Mr. William (Customs), 116 (2).

-, William, petitions, &c. of, 77 (4), 81 (2), 125, 147, 148 (2), 175, 176.

-, -, endeavours to cut off trade with France, petition of, 193.

Carteret, Sir Edward, Kt., petition of, as to his pension, 222.

-, in Jersey, a servant to King Charles II. to wait on the Duke of York, 222.

-, Sir George, Kt. and Bart., 14.

-, James, Esq., 14.

Cartridges, parchment, for the fleet, 416.

Cartwright, Captain Henry, petition of, 522 (2).

-, Gervase, late of Belgrave, co. Leicester, gent., convicted and fined as a Romish priest, 367, 374.

Carver to Her Majesty, 194.

Carylong, the barony of, 192.

Cary, Mr. Richard, merchant, 438.

-, Mrs. Anne, relict and administratrix of Edward Cary, Esq., petition of, 436.

Casaubon, Stephen, lieut.-col. of a regiment, wounded and pensioned, petition of, 377.

Cash, Thomas, 339.

Castle Connell, the mansion and castle demolished, 414.

-, blown up at the surrender of Limerick, 478.

Castledooran, 270.

Castle Haven, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of, petition of, 246, 247.

-, Mervin, Earl of, petition of, 15.

-, Hayes, lands called the, 170.

Castleton, Lord, 393.

-, -, the regiment of, to be transported from Portsmouh to Holland, 208.

-, -, the regiment of, 257.

Castletown (Ireland), 540.

Catherlogh (Ireland), 558.

Cattle, tax on, proposed, 152 (2).

-, the Comrs of Customs doubt as to the transportation of, to Ireland, custom free, 218.

Caulier [ ], 134.

Cavenagh, Charles, a forfeiting person (Ireland), 558.

Cavendish, the Lord, 308.

Cawthorpe, Wm., a receiver of aids (Lincoln), petitions of, 201, 381.

Ceeley, Major Peter, of the garrison of Plymouth, 372.

Chabrolle, Lewis, 180.

Chabrole, Capt. [Louis], a reformed captain in the French regiment of foot, petitions of, 392, 456 (2).

Chadwick, Mr., 527 (2), 529, 540.

Chafe-wax, the office of, 247.

Challoner, William, gent., 322.

Chamberlain, Mr., deputy controller, had brought three of the chief of the Irishmen, 35.

-, -, in custody, 35.

-, the, petition of the, &c. for a loan on an aid, 376.

-, the Lord, his lodgings, 87.

-, Mich., 490.

-, Thomas and Company, merchants at Messina, 586.

Chamberlains, the deputy, for joining tallies, petition of, 425.

Chamber, treasurer of the, 6, 192, 203, 320, 412, 496 (2).

-, the treasurer of the, controller, 186, 240.

Champion, Richard, a keeper of the privy galleries at Whitehall, petition of, 320 (2).

Chancellor, the Lord, 24.

-, [of the Exchequer?], 527.

-, Mr., 212.

Chancery, Court of (Ireland), 393.

-, the masters in, fees paid on their salaries, 494.

Chantry, William, petition of (Customs), 314.

Chapon, Charles, petition of, 505.

Chardin, Sir John, of Leicester Fields, Middlesex, Knight, 337.

Charities, the Royal, 280, 469.

Charles the First, King, mention of, 2, 21, 22, 130, 144, 154, 155, 294, 301, 311, 315, 350, 351, 437, 572.

Charles the Second, King, mention of, 2, 36 (2), 38, 42, 58, 68, 84, 95, 96, 97 (2), 101, 105, 115, 132 134, 137, 144, 154, 155 (3), 161, 162, 163, 164 (2), 172 (2), 177, 178, 185, 192, 202, 205, 207, 208, 210, 215 (2), 220, 222, 253, 274, 281, 290 (3), 294, 295, 296, 298, 301, 311 (2), 315, 328, 330, 339, 365, 380, 394, 436, 438, 467, 572.

Charles the Second, the ship, 197, 460.

-, the galley, 83.

Charnock, one of that name, 511.

Charters, John, 245.

Chase, Mr., apothecary to the person, 203.

-, Mr. Jonathan, first groom of the removing wardrobe, petition of, 429.

-, Stephen, chafe-wax to the Great Seal of England, petition for rent, 247.

Chatham, 138, 318, 319, 385.

-, the chest at, 121, 128, 506, 530.

-, His Majesty's [dock]yard at, 495.

-, mariners to appear there, 2.

-, money wanted for works in the yards, 298, 504.

-, the King's house or the victualling office at, 427.

Cheeke, Thomas, Esq., lieutenant of the Tower of London, 273.

Cheese, 101, 124.

Chelsea, 281, 451.

-, Little, 258.

-, road to, 332.

-, hospital, 16, 146, 188.

Cheltenham, 176.

Chemical laboratory, Whitehall, 572.

Cherois, Mons. la, major to a French regiment, 426.

Chertsey, 33.

-, the manor of, office of steward of, 33.

Cheshire, 305, 492.

-, land, revenue of, 447.

Chester, 35, 59, 62, 74, 76, 85, 86, 91, 93 (3), 98 (2), 99 (3), 100, 102 (2), 103, 113, 117, 126, 135, 185, 351, 534, 535.

-, &c., memorial of the inhabitants of, 137.

-, Castle, 46.

-, prisoners there, 54, 59.

-, Exchequer and other offices out of repair, the records spoiling by the rain, &c., 113.

-, the chief justice of, 470.

-, the mayor of, 146.

-, -, the common hall ruinous, petition of, 447.

-, the port of, 52 (2), 54, 57, 94, 107, 109.

-, mariners there, 146.

-, officers of the port of, 47, 71.

-, surveyor general of the port of, 85.

Chester water, 173.

-, -, Neston Key, the park gate, 146.

-, co., 420.

-, and Flint, the chief justice of, 42.

Chest money, 62.

-, the governors of the, 128 (2).

Chetwynd, Charles, or Mr. Charles, petition of, &c., 43, 194.

-, -, gent., registrar to the court in the marches of Wales, petition of, 57.

Chetwin or Chetwynd, Mr., deputy auditor [in South Wales], 172, 222.

-, Charles, gent., deputy auditor of Wales, 369, 470.

-, -, fitted up an office for records, &c., 417 (2).

-, -, petitions of, 371, 416.

-, John, gent., deputy wardrobe keeper of the castle of Ludlow, 480.

Chetwinde, Mr., 293.

Chetwynd, Thomas, gent., petition of, 88.

Cheyne, Robert, 181.

Chichester, 124.

-, goods shipped from, taken by the enemy, 446.

-, the port of, 54, 206.

-, frauds of the customers, 55.

Chichester, John, brother of the Earl of Donegal, a captain of foot in Ireland, petition of, 41.

-, -, his wife a person of quality, 41.

Child, John, gent., receiver general of an aid and quarterly poll (Wilts), petitions of, 293, 340.

-, Sir Francis, 329.

-, -, Knt., sheriff of London and Middlesex, 216.

-, Sir Josiah, Bart., 373.

-, -, (victualling the navy,) 390 (2).

-, Robert, Esq., 16 (2).

Chilworth, powder works at, 161.

Chimney farm, see Hearth money.

China, 469.

-, wares, counterfeit, 418.

Chirk Castle, 421.

Chislett, William, the grantee of a coal mine, 210.

Chivers, Christopher, the estate of, (co. Louth, Ireland), 567.

Chobham, 33.

Chocolate, 316.

-, imported, 182, 200.

Christchurch, 322 (2), 355.

-, harbour near, and pier there, 322.

Christenings, raising money on, 481.

Christian, Major, solicitor for the Acts of 2s. and 12d. per pound, and review of the Poll Act, 104, 105.

-, William, Esq., customer of Carlisle, and late collector of Whitehaven, petition of, 239.

Christien, a spy, 298.

Christophers, St., 14, 157.

-, the fort of, 439.

Chudleigh, John, purser, 198.

-, Mr., agent to the royal regiment of dragoons, memorial of, 122 (2).

-, Mr., [army] agent, 130.

Churchill, John, Lord, 21.

Cinnamon, 83.

Cinque Ports, fines from uncustomed goods, 563.

-, -, the Lord Warden of, 202.

Civil Government, no money for the, 535.

Civille, Ester de, 20.

Clancarty, the Earl of, 329.

-, -, his woods forfeited, 353.

-, -, a prisoner [of State] in the Tower of London, 380, 402 (2).

-, -, his weekly subsistence unpaid, 402.

-, -, loan to, 439.

-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of, petitions of, 329, 330.

Clanricard, the Earl of, 153.

-, -, a bequest of, forfeited, 493.

-, William, late Earl of, the forfeited estate of, 558.

Clare, John, Earl of, and others, petition of, 335.

Clarke or Clark, Mr. Geo., or George, 246, 317, 452 (2), 461.

Clark, Geo., the garrison at Tinmouth Castle ready to starve, 523.

Clarke, James, of Dublin, merchant, petition of, 255.

-, -, alderman of Dublin, as to the restoration of his estate, petition of, 276.

Clarke, John, son-in-law to Major Richard Irwin, “sewer” to King Charles II., refused the test laws, petition of, 417.

-, -, mariner, petition of, 492.

-, -, master of a vessel, petition of, 500.

-, -, of Chichester, petition of (Customs), 124.

-, Margaret, widow of John Clark, Esq., a lieut. in Major Ramsey's company, petition of, 302.

-, Mr., 325, 465, 500.

-, Samuel, Esq., petitions of, 44, 477.

-, Sir Edward, Knight, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 216.

-, Thomas, 322.

Clay, co. Norfolk, 75.

Claypoole, John, son-in-law of Mr. John Heard, purveyor to Their Majesties, petition of, 417.

Clayton, Andrew, son of Mary, a defaulter in his accounts (excise), 530.

-, Mary, widow, petition of, 529.

-, Sir Robert, 520 (3), 540.

-, Mr. Robert, farmer of the post fines, petition of, 97.

-, William, son of Mary, 529.

Clearings of officers, the, 354, 465 (2).

Clement, Simon, and other merchants infringe the Navigation Act, memorial of, 521.

Clements, Capt. Bartholomew, petition of, 322.

Clenaghan, Mr., a clergyman of Londonderry, 375.

Clergymen, widows and children of, unrelieved, 257.

Clerk of the Crown (Ireland), allowance of 40s. for each person outlawed, 263.

Clerk, Henry, Lieut.-Col., petition of, 154.

-, Mr., 508, 527, 529.

Clerke, James, merchant, petition of, 309.

Clerkenwell, 163, 395.

Cleveland, the Duchess of, 32, 55 (4).

-, -, her rent out of the Post Office, 55.

-, -, claims on the Post Office, 250.

-, -, her pension from the Post Office, 535.

Clifford's Fort, near North Shields, 386.

Clifton, Sir Jervase or Gervaise, 488.

-, Mr., [? Sir Jervase], 489.

Clinton, Mr., of Barnstable, clears a ship contrary to the embargo, 531 (2).

-, collector of customs at Biddeford, 503 (2).

Clipped moneys, 483 (3), 494, 523, 531, 543, 548, 554, 559, 563 (3), 567, 569.

-, -, coinage of, 508, 551, 558.

-, -, 5s. 8d. an ounce, 531, 538, 539.

Clipped and impassable money, 570.

Clipped money, recompense of 6d. an ounce for bringing in, 533.

Clippers and clippings of coin, 78 (2), 118, 299, 305 (7), 306, 329 (2), 432, 444 (2).

-, of coin, forty convicted, 298.

-, and coiners, forfeitures of, 573.

-, tools used by, 285.

Clippings, 285.

-, &c., dispute about between the city of London and the Government, 436, 536, 557.

-, claims to, by the bailiff of Westminster, 541.

-, the King's title to, 537.

-, &c., the King's right to, insisted on, 541.

Clipt money, coinage of, 514.

-, far more of than Parliament supposed, 510.

Clipsham, Michael, deputy King's waiter (customs), petition of, 262.

Cloienefert (Limerick), 379.

Clonguffin (Ireland), lands in, 479 (2).

Cloonbrock (Ireland), 492.

Cloths, 121, 204.

Cloth customs, 420.

Clothiers (army), the, 381, 445.

-, contracts with, 32.

Clothing (army), 100, 104, 122 (2), 138, 147, 151, 152, 153, 161, 163, 168, 175, 176, 184, 198, 206, 213, 241, 247, 271 (3), 296, 297, 301, 303, 309, 358 (2), 359 (4), 361, 369 (2), 387, 390, 394, 398, 404, 408, 409, 412, 414 (2), 426, 429, 435, 473, 481, 482, 487, 511.

-, for the army bought at York, 509.

-, (navy), 188.

Clough, William, under searcher of the port of London, 44.

Cloves, 83.

Clutterbuck, Roger, searcher of customs in the port of Southampton, petition of, 54.

Coachman to the King, 57.

Coakely, Lieut. Abraham, gent., petitions for a reward, 493.

Coal, 455.

-, mines, 242.

Coals and culm, officers for the new duty on, salaries, &c. (Customs), 462.

-, duty on, 462, 486.

-, exported, duty on, 533 (2).

-, fraudulent practices in exportation of (Customs), 534.

-, for Ireland, 46 (2).

-, sea, duty on exportation, 213.

Cobb, a coin called a, 377.

Cochineal, 320, 327.

Cock, John, plumber, petition of, 332.

-, William, 287.

Cockermouth, 351.

Cockets, examination of, 297.

Cocoa, 275, 316.

Codrington, Christopher, 140.

-, -, Esq., and others, petition of, 438.

-, Col. Christopher, governor of the Leeward Islands, salary of, &c., 438, 439 (2), 444 (5), 487, 489 (2).

Coffee, 132, 133 (2), 316.

-, houses, 214.

Cofferer, fees of, 336.

-, office of, 31.

Cogswell, condemned for clipping in 1688, 234.

Coin, the badness of the, 489.

-, the current, 139.

-, cracked money, 163.

-, doubtful if there was enough to pay the King's ships going abroad, 486.

-, foreign, the exportation of, the law and practice of, 325.

-, the ill state of the, sixpences not clipped within the innermost ring, &c., 553.

-, (milled English) found on a Swedish ship, forfeited (Customs), 423.

Coinage, 11, 20, 80, 154, 229, 230.

-, base moneys began with great necessities, 230.

-, -, Spain and France decried all their base moneys, 230.

-, -, of the reigns of Henry VIII. and Edward VI. called in and reduced to their value by Queen Elizabeth, 230.

-, of penny and twopenny pieces, 229, 230 (2).

-, allowances for re-coinage of the money, 486, 494, 519.

-, duty, 432.

-, the farming out of the, 224.

-, the, goes on better, 516.

-, of shillings and sixpences in the Tower, 555.

-, standard for the, 376, 377.

-, see Tin.

Coiners, 305 (4).

Coining, charge of, 572.

-, dies for, 513.

-, in New England, 214.

-, -, the coins of, 22½ per cent. less value than the English silver coin, 214.

Coins, 53, 71.

-, effigies engraved for, 53.

-, patterns of pence, halfpence, and farthings, 28.

-, Spanish, current in New England, 214.

Coke, Mr., with Mr. Manly, sent to St. Sebastian to inquire into the growth of wine in Spain, 493.

Colby, Philip, 309.

-, Thomas, (army clothing) petition of, 309.

Colchester, Lord, the regiment of, 213.

-, Richard, Lord and others, petition of, 406.

-, the port of, 163.

-, surveyor of, 92.

Colclough, Adam, Esq., surveyor of the Green Wax; a Papist, fled and in arms in Ireland, 43.

Coldstreamer, a, 261.

Coleby, Philip, and others, petition of, (army clothing), 241.

Cole, Mr., as to the office of Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 293.

-, collector of Cowes, 217.

-, Robert, agent and consul at Algiers, 482, 483.

-, -, citizen and goldsmith of London, petition of, 177.

Colepeper, Robert, gent., petition of, as to the harbour of Rye, &c., 252.

-, -, his schemes to render the harbour serviceable, &c., 254 (2).

Coleraine, 41, 182, 243.

-, searcher of, 165.

Coliear, Sir David, the regiment of, 442.

Colinge, Mr. Richard, 114.

Collet, condemned for clipping in 1688, 234.

Collier, Hannah, widow of Capt. Henry, who was killed at the battle of Landen, petition of, 447.

-, Sir David, the regiment of, 327.

Collings, Charles, petition of, (Customs), 316.

Collingwood, Col., the regiment of, 511.

Collins, Edward, 58.

-, Freeman, petition of, 194.

-, John, son of Edward, 58.

-, Greenville, or Grenville, captain of H.M. yacht Mary, petitions of, 8, 341.

Colmore, William, Esq., memorial of, 219.

Coloma or Colonna, Don Manuel, coming from Holland as ambassador from Spain, the goods of, 210, 211.

Colonial trade, 68.

Colonies, English, the privilege of coinage, 214.

-, the 309.

Colours for the packet boats, 127.

Colt, Col., 357 (2), 398.

-, Col. Edward Dutton, memorial of, 440.

-, John Dutton, Esq., collector of customs at Bristol, detects the factors and merchants in combination, petition of, 201.

-, informations exhibited against them by devenerunt, 201.

-, -, -, charges against for misconduct in his office, 245.

-, affirms them to be malicious and false, 247.

-, petitions for removal of surcharge, 368.

Colt, the Lady Mary, widow of Sir Wm. Dutton Colt, deceased, petition of, 375.

Comb, see Coom.

Combers [? wool combers], 545.

Combes, Sir John, Kt., chief justice of Chester, salary of, 470.

Commander-in-chief of the Danish force, 80, 104.

Commissary, the, 100, 241.

-, General, the, 113, 145, 296, 326.

-, -, of stores, to be appointed, to execute the office of paymaster, &c., 386.

-, of provisions, allowed 10s. a day, 376.

-, -, 391, 401, 411.

-, -, and musters, or commissary of the stores and paymaster of the forces for the West Indies, 396, 400.

-, to the Lords of the Admiralty, 407.

Commission for government of this kingdom, and continuance of Parliament, 5.

-, royal, 3.

Common-right of derelict lands belongs to the Crown, 383.

Commons, the House of, 41, 178, 418, 424, 487.

-, in Parliament, the, 302 (2), 481.

Commonwealth, 2.

Compere, Leonard, leatherseller, 569.

Concealed lands, 15, 74.

-, rents, 431.

-, revenues, 384.

Concealments of forfeited lands (Ireland), 251.

Concordatum, the, 469.

Condons and Clongibbons, co. Cork, barony of, 430.

Conduct money to seamen, 213, 217, 221.

Constable, a prize French vessel called the, 523.

Conger, fish, duty on, 399.

Congress, the, 211.

Coningsby, Lord, 331, 359, 392, 427, 436, 445, 471, 472, 500, 505, 511 (2), 526.

-, Thomas, Lord, 511.

-, [Thomas, Esq.], a lord justice of Ireland, 270.

Connaught (Ireland), 474.

Connecticut, 82.

Connyngham, Capt. Wm., petition of, 553.

-, Col. Richard, 553.

-, or Conyngham, Col. Henry, shipment of horse, petition as to, 293.

-, Henry, of Castle Connyngham in Ireland, the estate of, 554.

Conspiracy, 160.

-, to assassinate the King, 563.

-, the late damnable, 574.

Conspirators, rewards for apprehension of, 531.

Contraband goods, 79.

Controller of all the ports of England, 61.

Conventicles, fines, &c. upon, 219.

-, frequenters of, 254.

Convocation, minutes of proceedings of, 19 (2), 20.

-, see also Tinners and Stannaries.

Convocators, 17, 20.

Convoy, a, 83, 98, 106, 112, 123, 132 (2), 135, 136, 227, 248, 354, 256, 400, 404.

-, of soldiers to bring up Excise money, 489, 495.

Conyers, Mr. counsel for the Countess of Longford, 462.

Cook, George, commander of a ship, 353.

-, Mr., sent to St. Sebastian to inquire into the wine trade, &c., 540.

-, 529.

-, or Cooke, Sir Thomas, memorial, &c., 334, 525 (2).

-, -, alderman and sheriff of London (clippings, &c. at the Old Bailey), 557.

-, -, (New Land Bank), 547.

-, Thomas, (Customs), petition of, 264.

-, William, tide surveyor of London, 72.

Coom or Comb East, Farm, Greenwich, 198 (2).

Cooper, —, the relict of Col. Arnolt Cooper, governor of Yarmouth Castle, Isle of Wight, petition of, 498.

Coote, Col., 426.

-, Col. Richard, memorial of, 324.

-, -, petition of (forfeitures), 493.

Cope, Jo., 258.

Copenhagen, 61.

Copinger, Dominic, son of Walter, 566.

-, Walter, 566.

Copley, Col., [Lionel, governor of Maryland], 266 (2), 267, 402, 403, 409, 449.

-, -, his death, 449.

Copper coinage, 480.

-, Company, the, 365.

-, 242.

-, English, 249, 416.

-, farthings and halfpence, 365, 366, 509 (2).

-, from Barbary, 176.

-, mines, a tenth part of, to their Majesties, 283.

-, Miners, the Governor and Company of, 284.

-, -, -, proposal to coin pence, halfpence, and farthings, 249.

-, mint, Comrs of the, 416.

-, the patent for coining, 375.

-, the worth of, 365, 509.

-, unwrought, prohibited from exportation, 240.

Copperas, 98.

Corbais, the camp at, letter dated at, 519, 522.

Corbett, Andrew, 509.

Cordage, &c. seized at Plymouth, 120.

Cordwent, Mr., (army clothier), 398.

Corisoe [Curaçao], goods sent to, 358.

Cork, 59, 147, 168, 173, 180, 188, 189, 245, 257, 275 (2), 300, 353 (2), 463, 559, 566.

-, county of, 415.

-, fortifications of, 350.

-, the Bishop of, 147.

-, Shadrack, clerk, convicted for forgery, 347.

Cornbury, Lord (derelict lands), 537.

Corn, exportation of, the Act concerning, 244.

Cornewall, Mr. Francis, petition of, 165.

Cornish, Henry, Esq., memorial of, &c. (army clothing), 369, 482.

Cornish mayors, the four, 19.

-, parliament, 30.

-, -, grown peevish and suspicious, 30.

Cornwall, the auditor and receiver of, 231.

-, the deputy auditor of the duchy of, 231.

-, Duke of, 394.

-, 8, 17 (2), 18 (4), 20, 22, 26 (3), 27, 28, 30 (3), 65, 76, 86, 95 (3), 101, 109, 144, 163, 195, 364, 424, 496, 524, 546.

-, fee-farms and duchy rents, 437.

-, the inhabitants of the county of, 95.

-, duchy of, 8, 130, 282, 283, 287, 364 (2), 394 (2), 482, 524, 550.

-, -, the records of, burnt, 17.

-, tin-blowing houses in, 231.

-, the corporations in, 30.

-, Col. [Henry], the regiment of, 104, 109.

-, -, the regiment of, 176, 180.

Coronation medals, 110.

-, -, reference to, 60, 89.

Coronelli, Signior, geographer to the republic of Venice, presented some of his works to the Lords Justices, 511.

Cossayes or calicoes, 409.

Cottingham, James, sheriff of Dublin, 96.

Cotton, Captain Andrew, commander of the Charlotte yacht attending on the island of Guernsey, 44.

-, Robert, of Cumbermore in the co. of Chester, Kt. and Bart., stewardship of Denbigh, &c., 420, 438.

-, -, grant of mines, 437.

-, R., a postmaster-general, 200, 202.

-, Sir Robert, Kt., a postmaster-general, 281, 296, 307, 369, 441, 442, 534.

-, William, master of a ship employed to gain intelligence of their Majesties' enemies, 331.

Council, 10 (2), 13, 49 (2), 50, 55, 59, 67, 131, 132, 143, 156 (2), 160, 162.

-, chamber, letter dated there, 82.

-, -, Whitehall, 388, 395.

-, letter in, 13.

-, office, the, 232.

-, the clerks of the, 350.

Council, orders in, 5, 6, 13, 20, 30, 43, 92, 107, 111, 113, 117, 120, 122, 141 (2), 145, 148, 149, 152, 153, 157, 158, 161, 167, 175, 185, 193 (2), 217, 231, 235 (2), 238, 239, 241, 246, 254, 255 (2), 256, 270, 275, 282, 290, 291 (2), 292, 300, 307, 308, 309, 315, 331, 332, 340, 348, 361, 370, 386, 389, 396, 407, 418, 420, 430, 434, 439, 441 (2), 444, 445, 449, 456 (2), 465, 470, 485, 488, 492, 503 (2), 509, 515, 523, 531, 547, 557, 563.

-, Lords of the, 1, 2, 3 (2), 239, 350, 428, 444; see also Ireland.

-, of Ireland, 5.

Counterfeiters, 65, 298.

-, apprehension of, 568.

Courteille, Abraham, 180.

Courthope, Col., 429, 487.

Courtnay, Sir William, (lands in Garryfeine and Cloienefert, in Ireland), petition of, 379.

Courtney, Capt., a conspirator, 491.

-, Mr., 337.

Courtney, manor of, 287.

Courtny, Hugh, surety for John Vernon, of Dublin, merchant, 283.

Court rolls of the monastery of St. Mary, York, 373.

Coventry, 369.

-, manufactures there, petition for a mint, 562.

Cowell, John, 490.

Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, 124 (2).

-, the port of, 217.

Cowley, Captain [Robert], searcher in the port of London, 360 (3).

Cox, Gabriel, of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, a Papist convict, 257.

-, Philip, escapes from Sligo, in Ireland, had furnished beef and gunpowder for the defence of the town, 51.

-, -, his goods left, some brought to Liverpool, 52.

-, Mr. Richard (hearth duty), 306.

Coy, Col., the regiment of, 180, 312.

Cozon, Jacob, 240.

Craigg or Craig, Mr. Joseph, ground, &c. at Westminster, petitions of, &c., 351, 352, 377.

Cranfield, Lionel, surveyor-general of Customs, 3.

Crass, Captain, 499.

Crauford, D., 167.

Crawford, Robert, Esq., governor of Sheerness, memorial of, 168.

-, Mr. William, a collector of hearth money, 168.

-, -, went to Holland, afterwards to Scotland, and there slain, 169.

Cressett, John, of the Inner Temple, London, counsellor-at-law, petition of, 414 (2).

Crewell, export of, 185.

Crewys, John, Esq., receiver of the county of Devon, petition of, 337.

Crey, “Geremia,” Esq., sheriff of Wilts, petition of, 88.

Crimes against the King, Queen, and Government, 129.

Criys, George, servant to H. Powle, 116.

Crisp, Sir Nicholas, (Customs), 426, 529.

“Critic Commentators,” the, a work called, 290.

Crockshank, Richard, master of the ship Recovery, 41.

Croke, Phillippa, widow, 412.

Crompton, Robert, gent., petitions to be a landsurveyor for London (Customs), 235.

-, Robert, (mint at York), 554.

Cromwell, the Lady Elizabeth, daughter of the Countess of Ardglas, 312.

-, the “usurper,” mention of, 219.

Cropp, James, merchant (Custom's seizure), 294.

Crosse, Godfrey, executed for high treason, 207.

Crowe, John, Esq., the children of, 183.

Crowgie, Gertrude, widow, 254, 255.

Crown gold, money of, 20.

-, the right of, to property of an alien, 118.

Crudge, Mr., the deputy King's searcher, 35.

Cruese, Christian, master of the ship “Madam Swan,” memorial of, 139.

Cruffe, George, a discharged Custom officer, 38.

Crutched Friars, 362.

Cuba, 500.

Cuff, Mr., deputy to the Commissary General of provisions, 113, 114, 117.

“Cuiresoe,” 44.

Culliford or Cullyford, Elizabeth, in starving condition, petition of, 313.

-, -, petition of, for the orphans of Capt. Wm. Webster, 465.

-, Laurence, controller of Customs at Bridgewater and Minhead, petition of, 320.

-, Mr., as to his appointment as general surveyor of Customs, 395.

-, -, 527 (5), 528 (2).

-, -, proposed to be employed as inspector-general of imports and exports, 527.

-, -, recommended as a Comr of Customs, 531.

-, Robert, controller of Customs in the port of Southampton, petition of, 74.

-, William, or William, Esq., 34, 65.

-, -, a Comr of Customs, &c., 37, 38.

-, -, shot by George Cruffe, 38.

-, -, petitions of, 38, 63.

-, -, and another, petition of (canvas), 547.

Cullum, Thomas, 476.

Culpepper, Lord, 521.

Culpepper, the Lady Margaret, relict and administratrix of Thomas Lord Culpepper. petition of, 169.

Cumberland, 292, 334 (2), 421, 431, 442.

Cumbermore (co. Chester), 420.

Cunningham or Coningham, Col., petition of, 509 (3).

-, -, the regiment of, 472.

-, Col. [John], 176.

-, -, petition of, 180.

-, Col. Richard, petition of, 280.

-, Margaret, Lady, widow, and others, petition of, 314.

Cupelac, Don Diego James, secretary to the Spanish ambassador, petition of, 543.

Currants, 143, 399, 466.

-, seized, 514.

Currehine, 425.

Curry-Mallet, manor of, 8.

Curtius, Adolphus, Esq., son of Sir William Curtius, Bart., petition for grant of the abbey of Newenham, 263.

-, Sir William, Bart., resident of Kings Charles I. and Charles II., with the princes of Germany, 263.

Cusack, Richard, 221.

Cushions, &c. for the chapel at New York, 352.

Custodiam or custodium of lands, 350 (2), 430, 462 (4), 474, 485, 555, 557, 566.

Customers' accounts, 337.

Customs, 9, 39 (2), 45, 47 (3), 52, 77, 82, 83, 107 (2), 116, 148, 149 (2), 155, 250, 339, 351, 377, 418 (3), 422, 567.

-, great and petty, 49, 104.

-, advances made by the collectors of, to vice admirals, 349.

-, assault upon the riding officers of, on the coast of Kent, 232, 239.

-, bonds for, 342, 343.

-, the cashier of, 134, 205.

-, collectors of, 440.

-, -, instructions to, 541.

-, Comrs of, their power of appointing and dismissing officers, 60.

-, the Comrs of, vindication of the mode of appointments made by them, 68.

-, -, not to present by turns but by the majority of the Board, 68.

-, -, make presentment as to imprest and conduct money, 221.

-, -, against private bargaining for surrender or transfer of offices, 261, 269, 380.

-, -, or Board of, remove their officers when too familiar with the merchants, 346.

-, -, grant the liberty for land surveyor to go to the houses of persons of quality, &c. with their goods, 466.

-, -, seven the usual number, 531.

-, -, reports, &c., passim.

-, memorial of Comrs, of (imprest and conduct money to seamen), 217.

-, the patent officers of, 116.

-, -, looked upon as bounties in the hands of the Crown, 380.

-, -, their duties performed by deputy, 380.

-, -, an advantage to the Crown to take in grants for life and give out grants for pleasure, 380.

-, Controller General of, 283, 338, 357.

-, duties, 59, 133, 138, 139, 190.

-, imports and exports, 485.

-, as to an account of imports and exports chargeable to, 527.

-, laws, proposed alterations in, 266, 277.

-, at London, 3 (2).

-, money collected for, not sent for want of convoy, 495.

-, money lent on the, 342.

-, the officers of, 8, 60, 61, 67, 138, 140, 141, 159, 255, 339, 341, 484, 536.

-, -, employed on the coast of Kent, 454.

-, -, to be secured from impressment, 113.

-, -, to assist in getting men for the fleet, 432.

-, -, throughout England to return lists of mariners, 140.

-, -, obstructed in the return at Monmouth, 155.

-, -, proposal for them to interrogate on oath, 274.

-, -, the outposts beaten, abused, &c., 113, 119.

-, -, their salaries, 118, 121, 124, 127, 139.

-, -, having less than 60l. a year exempted from taxes, 109, 142, 171, 533.

-, -, another application refused, 124.

-, -, 1,370l. 9s. 6d. returned to them, 237.

-, -, superannuated, 127.

-, on pitch, &c. from New England, as to exemption from, 277.

-, petty farm of, 56.

-, not to be let in petty farms, 274.

-, rates, the book of, 341.

-, the receiver, 41.

-, -, general, 52, 67, 116, 131, 205, 349.

-, -, -, and cashier of, 266, 267.

-, receiver of the port of London, 288.

-, regulations as to drawbacks when refuse was taken from commodities, 409.

-, resumed by King Charles II., 274.

-, the revenue of, 61.

-, the solicitor of, 441.

-, Surveyor General of the, 39 (2), 61, 395.

-, -, proposal to re-establish the office, 194.

-, -, the salary, &c., 396.

-, taken into King Charles the Second's hands, 36.

-, tallies on, 433.

-, three quarters of the, tallies on, 368.

-, the Treasurer of, 191.

-, on wool, 4.

-, Act respecting (New England), 333.

-, House books, 91.

-, -, the book of rates there ought not to be altered without great consideration, 229.

-, -, clerks of the, 421.

-, -, false reports of masters of vessels and pursers made at the, 61.

-, -, ground rent of, 257.

-, -, 38, 77, 116, 138, 190, 282, 315, 320, 338, 356, 360, 386, 417 (2), 420, 459 (2).

-, -, places sold, 68.

Custos Rotulorum, list of those holding the office of, 567.

Cutts, the Right Hon. [John], Lord Cutts, [Baron of Gowran, Ireland], petition of, &c., 289, 491 (2), 498 (2).

-, -, -, governor of castles, &c., in the Isle of Wight, 515.



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