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'Index: D', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 595-600. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79492 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Dackin, John, petition of (Horse Guards), 434.

Dacre, the manor of, 442.

-, of the South, Thomas, Lord, 442.

-, -, Joan, sole daughter and heir of Thomas, eldest son of Thomas, Lord Dacre, 442.

D'allonne, Abel T., petition for grant out of the manor of Dauntsey, Wilts, 361.

-, -, letter signed, 37.

-, Mons., 137.

Dalton, Richard and Andrew, of Dublin, merchants, 370.

-, -, their estate, &c. in Ireland, 441 (2).

-, Andrew, prays for reversal of his outlawry, 441.

Dampierre, Capt. Stephen, arrears, petition of, 494.

Danby, Thomas, Earl of, Lord Treasurer 7 (3), 8 (2), 50.

Dancy or Dauntsey (Wilts), the manor of, 361.

Dandy, William, a prisoner in the King's Bench, living by making pegs for shoemakers, and on the common basket, 496.

Danes, the commander-in-chief of the, 104.

Danish fleet, the, 75.

-, horse, the, 85.

-, officers, 81, 82.

-, troops or forces, 71 (2), 76, 79, 80, 82, 84, 85 (2), 86, 88, 90, 91 (2), 93 (4), 94 (2), 96, 98, 99 (3), 100, 102 (3), 103 (2), 104, 106 (3), 107, 108, 112, 114, 161, 185, 215, 217, 220, 223, 225, 241, 244, 257, 273, 289, 313 (2), 363, 366, 392, 420, 499.

Dantzic, 535.

Danvers, Elizabeth, widow, executrix of Captain Michael Miller, killed at the Newry in Ireland, petition of, 248.

Darby, Paul, 426.

-, -, petition of, 138 (2).

-, Thomas, attorney (co. York), convicted for sedition, 333.

Darcy, Bridget, or Mrs. Bridget, 249.

-, -, petition of, 42.

-, -, administratrix of John Darcy, Esq., one of the executors of the Lady Mary Howard, 240.

-, Col. John, 55.

Dardistowne (co. Westmeath), 492.

Darlington, 85.

Dartiquenave, Charles, gent., 32 (2).

Dartmouth, Lord, 111, 170.

-, and port of, 111, 233 (2), 268, 294, 296, 301, 339, 371, 384, 385.

Dashwood, George, petition of, 216.

-, -, and others, farmers of Excise, 9, 48, 216.

Dassell, Mr. Samuel, (Customs), 476.

Dauling, Mr. Tho., of Westerham, under sheriff of Kent, embezzlement, 419.

Davall, Peter, petition of, 32.

-, -, agent to the regiment under Brigadier la Malonier, petition of, 242.

Davies, Alexander, Esq., Mary the daughter of, wife of Sir Tho. Grosvenor, 281.

-, Capt., 155.

-, Captain Hercules, 40.

-, -, petition of, 35.

-, John, of Penn, co. Buckingham, clerk, fined and imprisoned, 228, 272.

-, Col. Robert, petition of, 308 (2).

-, Robert, petition of, 358.

Davis, Henry, his vessel captured, petition of, 50.

-, Mr. Henry, forced to leave Ireland, 107.

Davis, Mr. Robert, executor of Lieut. Carew Meese, 508.

Davison, John, inventor of engines for draining, petition of, 128 (2).

-, Timothy, 179.

Davyes, Jobn, put in the pillory at Buckingham, 207.

Dawson, Joshua, 425.

-, -, (forfeited lands, Ireland), 506.

Deal, 257, 318, 339, 346 (4), 385, 391.

-, charge of a boat at, 48.

-, the collector of, 202.

-, postmaster of, 441.

Deals, 132.

Dean, Joseph, 262.

Dean, see Forest.

Deane, Col. John, and another, petition of, 341.

“D' Bart” [? the French admiral], 422.

Debentures, 302, 527 (2), 528, 529 (5).

-, 12 persons trusted to examine, 529.

Debet, see Sheriffs.

Debts, concealed, forfeited by Irish Papists, 526.

-, public, 13 (2).

-, recovery of, 76.

Declarations, His Majesty's, as to rescuing these kingdoms, 144.

Dee, John, gent., 1.

Deedes, Julius, Esq., mayor of Hythe, employs persons who assault the riding officers, &c., 232, 239.

Deer, hay for, 447.

-, stealers, 406.

Deering, Charles, Esq., 342.

-, Col., the widow of, petition of, 307.

-, Sir Edward, petition of the executors of, 175.

De la Farre, Mr. Salomie, engineer and lieutenant, petition of, 572.

Delamar or Delamer, Major Walter, 356, 532 (2).

-, -, petition of (forfeited lands), 494 (2), 500.

Delamer, the Rt. Hon. the Lord, 43.

De Lanoy, Peter, Esq., one of the owners of the green glass-houses near St. Saviour's, Southwark, petition of, 570.

Delap, Mr. Gilbert, merchant of Ballyshannon, in Ireland, 54.

-, -, fled from Ballyshannon, 52.

Delgass, David, petition of (Customs), 488.

Delinquents (Stannaries), prosecution of, 17.

Delph red wares, 418.

Del' Rose, see Rose.

Demarais, Lieut., the regiment of, petition of, 433.

Demesne lands, ancient, 166.

Demurrage for detention of ships, 282.

-, ships on, 404.

Denbigh, alias Denbigh lands, the domain, &c. of, stewardship, &c., 420.

-, the recorder of, 420.

-, value of the lordship of, 436.

-, the lordship of, proposed grant of mines there to Sir Robert Cotton, 437.

-, manor of, the grant to the Earl of Portland opposed, 437.

-, annexed to the principality of Wales by Act of Parliament, 437.

-, the prince has a court, &c. there, and pays a ‘mise,’ 437.

-, the lordship of, granted to the Earl of Leicester, 437.

-, the manor of, 454.

-, Bromfield and Yale, doubtful if separable from the principality of Wales, 437.

-, 339.

-, co., 421.

Denham, Sir John, Knight of the Bath, surveyor-general [of works], 5.

Denmark 61 (3), 215, 312.

-, ambassador of, 99.

-, the King of, 96.

-, Prince George of, 54, 59, 431.

-, William, son of the Prince and the Princess Anne of, the installation of, as a Knight of the Garter, 523.

-, the resident of the King of, memorial of, 547.

-, subjects of the King of, 139.

-, treaty with, 96.

Dennett, Thomas, 322.

Dennis, Cornelius, shipowner, petition of (Customs), 465.

-, -, merchant of London, petition of, 552 (2).

-, Henry (Customs), 433.

Denwall, 146.

Deptford, 132, 261, 385, 410.

-, the [dock]yard there, 517.

Deptford Strond, 177.

Derby, 151.

-, the county of, 368.

-, the Earl of, memorial, &c., 189, 190 (2).

Dereham, Sir Thomas, controller of the port of Lynn Regis, the salary of, petition of, 194, 195.

Derelict lands, 23.

-, -, opinion as to, 383.

-, -, the lord of the manor may have the common right of, by prescription, 383.

-, -, the King's title to, 537.

-, -, inquiry into, 537.

Derham, West, the manor of (co. Norfolk), 431.

Dering, Charles, Esq., controller of hearth money, 115 (2).

-, -, as to payment of salaries, 194.

-, -, auditor-general or auditor-general of Ireland, 458.

-, -, petition of, 490 (2).

-, Sir Edward, Kt., the petition of, 18.

-, -, the executors of, 175.

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

Derry (Ireland), 106, 474 (3), 566.

-, the enemy burnt three arches of the bridge at, 376.

-, the shutting the gates of, 501.

-, the siege of, 435.

Descent [on France] 265, 286, 333 (2), 504.

-, the, oats for, brought back, 264.

-, intelligence of, communicated from Dublin, 475.

-, train, 286, 289.

-, -, exercised on Blackheath, 304.

Devenish, Mr. Silvester, 544.

Devenerunt, prosecution by, vexatious, 199, 200.

Devereux, Capt. Walter, petition of, 280.

-, Mr., an officer of Sandgate Castle, Kent, 122.

-, Watt [Walter], or Mr., [riding officer of Customs on the coast of Kent], 237, 238.

Devinish, George, outlawed for treason, 342.

Devon, ports of, detention of ships and mariners, 1.

-, or Devonshire, 17 (2), 18 (3), 20, 26, 27, 28, 30, 76, 195, 424, 546.

Devonshire, the Earl of, 176, 359.

-, the Duke of, Lord Chief Justice in Eyre, north of Trent, 390.

Dewy, Benjamin, 35.

Deyos, Anne, widow of Captain George Deyos, petition of, 544.

Diamond frigate and fireship, carried to France, 321.

Diamonds, 318.

Dickins, Mr., or Major Francis, or Francis, Esq., woodward of the New Forest, 46 (2), 143 (2).

-, -, charge against him, 64 (3).

Dickinson, Mr., 35.

-, Mr. George, late agent at Plymouth, 324.

Dieppe, the governor of, 49.

Dieren, letter dated at, 511, 540.

Digby, John, jun., of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, gent., 62.

-, -, gent., receiver-general of Cornwall, Hereford, Salop, and Stafford, 65.

-, -, gent., a good Protestant, clerk to the trustees for sale of fee-farm rents, petition of, 58, 431.

Diggs, Francis, and others, as true French and self interested persons, as Mr. Wells, 195.

Dighem, the camp at, letter dated at, 293.

Dillon, Sir John, petition of (forfeited lands, Ireland), 506.

-, or Dilling, Martha, plundered of her goods at Dublin, petition of, 331, 341.

-, Richard of Cloonbrock, lands of, forfeited, 492.

Dimchurch, 237.

-, persons seized for landing goods at, 237, 238.

Dioness or Dionis, Deborah, widow, petitions of, 182, 200.

Dirckson de Rover, Elias, master of a ship (wine seized), 553.

Dirkes, Jequez, wine from Portugal shipped for Holland, petition of, 409.

Dirpatrick (Ireland), lands in, 500.

Disaffected, the, 300.

Discount for officers' pay, 280.

“Discoverers” prosecuted for receiving a bribe, 433.

Diserote, John, and another, petition of, 323.

Dissenters, moneys recovered from, by penal statutes, 168, 256.

-, money formerly levied on, 420.

-, “business” the, 420.

Distillers, 80.

-, of London, petition of, 483.

-, servants of, impressment of, 109.

Disturbance of affairs, the general, 30.

Ditton, Long, Surrey, 451.

Division of forest, see Braden.

Dixon, Mr. Henry, collector of rents in Cumberland, petition of, 431.

Dobbins, Mr., counsel for Col. Wolseley, 462.

-, Peter, “a forfeiting person,” 554.

Dobinson, Michael, quartermaster and ensign of Prince George of Denmark's regiment of foot, petition of, 59.

Dockyards, officers of, exemption from assessment, 107.

Docminicque, Mr. Paul, petition of (army), 431.

Doctors' Commons, 491.

Dodd, Mr., [counsel], 520, 521.

-, Sarah, widow, petition of, 74 (2).

Doddington, or Dodington, George, Esq., or Mr. George, 335, 457.

-, Mr., (payment in bank bills refused), 556.

Dodsworth, Christ., merchant, petitions of, 138, 381.

-, Mary, widow, petition of, 500.

-, Robert, Esq., discovered a treasonable design in Lancashire and was assassinated, 500, 501.

-, Robert, gent., petition of, 178.

Dogs, the setting, 208.

Domvile, Sir Thomas, petition of, 352 (2).

-, Sir William, 352.

Done, Mr., auditor, 115, 318, 496.

-, Mr. Samuel, muster master at Liverpool, 531.

-, T., 23, 142, 143.

-, Thomas, auditor of imprest, 519.

Donegal, the castle of, &c., 270 (2), 474.

-, the Earl of, 41.

-, -, the regiment of, 472.

Donep or Doneb, Col., 100, 104, 105.

Dongan, Thos., Esq., used his estate to defend New York, 332.

Donnaghadie (Ireland), 308.

Donnellan, Gilbert, of the city of Dublin, gent., 479.

-, Nehemiah, Esq., one of the barons of the Exchequer (Ireland), petition of, 478, 479.

Dorchester, the Countess of, 163.

-, -, petition of, 561.

-, -, her property in Ireland, 273.

Dore, Mr., his charge against Mr. Dickins, 64 (2).

-, Thomas, Esq.,, woodward of the New Forest, 143, 144.

-, Thomas, gent., 58.

Dornix, petition of merchants trading in, 308 (2).

Dorrell, Richard, hosier, 216.

-, Capt. Robert, petition of, 434.

Dorrington, Col., a prisoner in the Tower of London, 380, 402.

-, Major-general, made prisoner at Aghrim, petition of, 330.

Dorset, 195.

-, the Earl of, 141, 352, 464.

-, -, Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 480.

-, ports there, detention of ships and mariners, 1.

Dorsetshire, 294.

Dotards, trees called, 207.

Doughty, Mr., 130.

Douglas, Lieut.-General, 184.

-, -, the regiment of, 201, 227.

Dove, Mr., 209.

Dover, 50, 115, 117 (3), 127, 130, 148, 149, 318, 385, 484, 508, 539, 570.

-, Castle, the governor of, 253.

-, collector of customs at, 48.

-, embargo at, not observed, 238.

-, the collector of customs of, 381, 383.

-, frigate or ship, the, 340 (2), 345.

-, Harbour, the repair of, 563.

-, the mayor of, 115, 117.

-, the port of, collector of customs at, 451.

-, postmaster of, 441.

-, the Earl of, inquisition on, 240.

Dowdall, the Lady Jane, 452.

-, Patrick, son of the Lady Jane, outlawed for treason, 453.

Dowding, Mr., 327.

Dowle, Job, searcher of Customs in the port of Gloucester, petition of, 71.

Downs, the, 112, 247, 257 (2).

-, the fleet to sail to the, 446.

Dowrish, Nathaniel, of Plymouth, merchant, owner of the ship Agnes, manning his ship with French Protestants, petition of, 224.

Dragoons for Holland, 204.

-, the royal regiment of, 130.

Draining, engines for, 128.

Drapery of Irish manufacture, 57, 59.

Drogheda, the governor of, 505.

Droitwich, petition of the salt makers of, 498.

Dromore (Ireland), 72.

Drummers, 432.

Drury, Captain Theodore, their Majesties' first engineer in Scotland, a captain reformed in Lieut.-General Mackay's regiment, petition of, 239.

Drury Lane, 157.

Dublin, mention of, 35, 47 (5), 52, 57, 59, 60, 77, 85, 142 (2), 185, 250, 252, 255, 276, 299 (2), 304, 307, 319, 332, 334 (2), 335 (2), 345, 348, 350, 352 (2), 370, 405, 410, 413, 445, 461, 463, 470, 479, 485, 497, 501, 514, 534, 567, 571.

-, the bay of, 296.

-, the buildings costly and the city in debt, 96.

-, Castle, documents dated at, 4, 188, 270, 303, 330, 350, 355, 356, 358, 435, 436, 452, 453, 462, 491, 494, 497.

-, Comrs of Customs at, 384, 469, 471, 533, 555.

-, council chamber, 4.

-, custom house, 165.

-, excise of, 9.

-, French church in, 189.

-, Lords of the Council in, 183.

-, the mayor, &c. of, 96.

-, Protestants of the corporation displaced by Papists, 96.

-, -, estates of, &c. attainted, 96.

-, the revenue of, 96.

-, the Royal Hospital, 299.

-, Francis, Archbishop of, as to search of his goods at the custom house, 129, 135.

Duccatoons at 6s. a piece, 377.

Duchy Court, 21.

Duddleston, Sir John, of the city of Bristol, merchant, petition of, 407.

Duff, John, late incumbent of the rectory of Rayleigh, 236.

Dunboyne (co. Meath), the rectory of, 469 (2).

-, the tithes of, 469.

Duncannon, the fort of, 497.

Duncomb, Charles, Esq., cashier of the revenue of Excise, 175.

-, Mr., 84 (2), 513 (4).

Duncombe, Alderman, 67.

-, Charles, 22.

-, Mr., 187 (2).

-, W., Esq., a deputy to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 363.

Dundalk, 212.

-, the camp at, 152.

Dundee's forces, the battle with, 347.

Dundee, the Lord, 169.

Dungan, the Lord, 279.

-, the late Lord, since Earl of Limerick, 540.

Dungannon, the castle of, 416.

Dungenny, lands in (co. Meath), 492.

Dunkirk, 66, 94, 197, 128, 158, 422.

Dun, or Dunn, Anthony, petition of, &c., 298, 305.

-, Doctor Patrick, physician to the hospital in Ireland, petitions of, &c., 427, 557.

-, -, the pay of, 500.

Dunt, George (Customs seizure), 293.

Duppa, Sir Thomas, Kt., 142.

-, -, had heen a collector of tenths, dioc. of Exeter, 24 (3), 25, 315, 412 (2).

-, -, petition of, 341.

-, -, gentleman usher, daily waiter, and black rod, 412.

-, -, the lodgings of, at Whitehall, 218.

-, Thomas, Esq., and another, petition of, 412.

-, -, gentlemen usher, 24.

Durden, Joseph, milliner, petition of, 211.

Durham, 84 (2), 85 (2), 88 (2), 90, 100, 103, 106, 527.

Dursley, Lord, 123.

Dutch commissary, 150

-, fleet, 404.

-, forces, 365, 544.

-, -, Provost Marshal-General of, 245.

-, guards transported to Holland, 212.

-, -, or troops, 101, 104, 108, 171, 173, 314, 443.

-, man-of-war, two packets taken from the captain of, by the officers of Customs, 201.

-, men-of-war at Spithead, 208.

-, passengers, 119.

-, payment to the, 91.

-, “provoes,” 245.

-, regiment, the, in Ireland, 206.

-, regiments, 387, 413.

-, soldiers for Scotland, 46.

-, war, 53, 331.

Duty of 4½ per cent., see Barbadoes.

-, -, in the Caribbee Islands, 13 (5), 134.

-, on coal exported, 213.

Duties on coffee, &c., 316, 318.

-, on commodities, 277.

-, (Excise), 545.

-, foreign (Customs), 507, 564.

-, forfeiture of goods for nonpayment of, 61.

-, on goods, 354, 387, 399, 400, 413, 415, 422, 423, 531, 563.

-, on importations, 93, 99, 164, 176, 180, 182, 190.

-, on paper, &c., 369.

-, port, 361, 379.

-, remission of, 376, 487.

-, strangers', 66.

-, on sugar, 103, 277.

-, of tonnage and excise, 363, 538.

Duxbury, Mr., fled from Dublin, 57.

Dwyre, John, his debts, was ready to perish, petition of, 42.

-, -, 457.

Dyeing wood (Customs), 355.

Dyer, Serjeant Timothy, 317.

Dyffrin Cloyd, 125.

Dynes, John, 92.

Dyve, Mr., secretary to the Comrs of Prizes, 169.



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