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'Index: J', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 618-620. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79498 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Jackson, Martha, widow, relict and executrix of William Jackson, gent., 212, 213.

-, Mrs. or Martha, relict and executrix of William Jackson (Customs), 378 (2), 383.

-, -, petition of, 382.

-, [ ], 351.

-, Robert, deputy of Ralph Williamson, 100, 103.

Jacob, Sir John, the regiment of, 500, 522 (2).

Jacobites, the, some who would gladly go to France, 242.

Jamaica, 157 (2), 214, 248, 288, 313, 320, 336 (2), 360, 386 (3), 387, 388 (3), 389, 390, 391, 394, 398 (2), 407, 459, 502.

-, its capabilities, 358.

-, the Council of, 288.

-, expedition, 404 (2), 407, 410, 488.

-, -, provisions for, 395, 396.

-, transport ships sailed from the Downs, 410.

-, forces, medicines for, 395.

-, the governor of, 200, 459.

-, the King's bounty of 4,000l. for the relief of estates of the island destroyed by the French, 459.

-, their Majesties' house there, 358.

-, the regiment at, mustered, weak and sickly, none should be returned who were not alive, 459.

-, sickness and mortality at, 248 (2).

-, the treasurer of, 569.

James I., King, 3, 95, 351, 443.

James II., King, mention of, 15, 16, 35, 76, 91, 115, 123, 144, 154, 160, 165, 169, 178 (2), 185, 197, 262, 270, 281, 290, 295, 315, 321 (2), 353, 384, 393, 412, 434, 501.

-, -, his party in Ireland, 72.

-, -, the marriage of, 429.

-, -, withdrawal of, 434.

James the Second, the ship, 213.

Jarrow-slike, the waste thus called, in the parish of Jarrow (Durham), granted to Thomas Talbot, Esq., and Richard Allen, gent., 227.

Jeffryes, Lord Chancellor, the house of, 181 (2).

-, Mr. John, 166.

Jemmett, Mr., collector of Londonderry, petition of, 243.

Jenkinson, Marmaduke, petition of, 361.

Jenney, Christopher, clerk, captain and chaplain, petition of, 152.

-, Christophilus, clerk, seeks to be paid as captain and chaplain (Londonderry officers), 286.

Jephson, William, Esq., or Mr., secretary to the Lords of the Treasury, 35 (2), 37, 39, 42, 44, 46, 62, 64, 69, 71, 76, 80 (2), 81, 82 (3), 83 (2), 85 (4), 88, 91, 93 (2), 94, 95, 98, 100 (2), 103 (2), 104 (2), 105 (2), 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 117 (2), 118 (4), 119 (2), 120, 121, 122, 129, 131, 134, 137, 140, 142, 144, 148 (2), 149 (2), 154, 155, 158, 161, 163, 165, 167, 170, 171, 173, 174, 207.

-, William, 415.

-, Mr., the Minute books of, 211.

-, Ann, wife of William, as to tenancy of lands in Muskerry, co. Cork, petition of, 415.

Jersey, mention of, 161 (2), 222, 272 (2), 429.

-, officers of customs, 101.

-, ordnance for, 300.

-, their Majesties' ship, 164.

-, works at, 141.

Jesuits, 10 (2), 571.

-, the, had repaired the Savoy chapel, &c., 219.

-, discoveries of property of, 10.

-, estates or forfeited estates of, 345, 359, 362, 372.

Jett, Mr., charge of fraud or embezzlement against, 573.

J. K. and Co., London merchants, 25 (2).

Johanna, goods seized in the, 331.

Johnson, Christopher, master of the ship Amos, forfeited, petition of, 131.

-, Mr. Claud, merchant, of London, petition of, 482.

-, Mr. Francis, collector of excise in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, robbed in conveying the money to London, petition of, 535.

-, John, (seizure of silks), petition of, 259.

-, Sir Nathan, governor of the Leeward Islands, 20.

-, Richard, an apothecary (Dublin), petition of, 299.

-, Robert, (military equipage supplied), petition of, 244, 271.

-, Secretary, 298.

-, Thomas, Esq., as to rents of the manor of Liskeard, petition of, 261.

-, Thomas, petition for a grant of ground called Ward Mead at Eaton, 278 (2).

-, a witness as to derelict land, 538.

Johnstown, Mr., annuity, 518.

Jolley, one, an old servant of King Charles I., 294.

Jolliffe, John, of London, merchant, 72.

Jones, Francis, petition of, 347.

-, Doctor John, petition of, 134 (2).

-, -, apothecary to the household, petition of, 203.

-, John, 24.

-, Mr. John, 322.

-, Lewis, farmer of hearth money (Sligo), 408.

-, -, and another, petition of, 458.

-, Mary, widow, claim against her husband as customer of Lyme, petition of, 265.

-, Mr., the receiver's teller, 521.

-, Mr., petition of, 23.

-, Robert, late farrier to the trains of provisions and artillery in Ireland, petion of, 237.

-, Thomas, administrator to Major Jenkin Morgan, petition of (for service in Ireland), 477.

-, William, gent., 221.

-, -, apothecary, petition of, 344.

Jordan, Joseph, a patent waiter in the port of London, petition of, 343.

Joy, Mr., payments for hemp, 514.

Judges, the, (Ireland), 297.

-, the, (Welch circuits), salaries of, petition, &c., 348, 437.

-, the, of the western circuit, 255.

Juell, Baron, 82.

Junge, Mr. Emanuel, late treasurer and commissary to the Danish forces, 215 (2).

Justice, the Lord Chief, 178.

Justices, lords and council, 4.

-, lords, 4, 279.

-, of England, the lords, 447, 453, 454, 456, 463, 519, 520, 523, 524, 525, 536, 542, 544 (2), 574.

-, the lords, see Ireland.

-, of the peace, 3, 89, 285, 545 (2).

-, -, not appointed or refuse to act, 125.



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