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'Index: N', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 632-635. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79502 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Naish, Captain John, a purveyor of timber for the navy, 353.

Namur, camp before, letters dated at, 450, 452, 454 (2).

-, the siege of, a son of Capt. Alex. Saunderson killed there, 558.

Nantes in France, 118, 248.

Napier, Dame Margaret, relict of John Brisbane, Esq., late secretary of the Admiralty, petition of, 207.

Narborough, Sir John, treaty made by, 392.

Nash, Captain, 325.

-, -, officer of customs, 259.

-, Henry, (Customs, London), 567.

-, Mr., solicitor for the coast bonds, 259.

-, Mr., (Customs), 325.

-, -, clerk of the cheque at Kinsale, 542 (2).

-, -, receiver-general of South Wales, petition of, 221.

Nassau, Henry de, Senior de Auverquerc, annuity of, petition of, 482.

Nassh, Henry, commander of the Adventure smack, 48.

Naturalization of a ship, 279.

Naval commodities, 505.

Navigation, the Act of, dispensed with, 53.

-, Act and laws, reference to, 68, 69, 71, 78, 114, 132, 139, 140, 141, 187, 224, 233, 238, 259, 354, 385, 406, 409, 453, 467, 521, 548, 552.

-, its provisions, 399.

-, to encourage English shipping, 399.

-, projects of, 254.

Navy, the, 145, 154, 179, 268, 307, 327 (2), 330, 345, 353, 427 (2), 429, 439, 448 (2), 504.

-, the merchants backward to supply the, 504.

-, proposal to import goods for the, on commission, 504.

-, difficulty of the Navy Board in obtaining contracts, 505.

-, want of money for the merchants who deal in stores for the, 523.

-, captains in, embezzle wine, &c. as prize, 506.

-, the clerks of, petition, &c. of, 331, 543.

Navy Board, or Comrs of the, 6, 19, 131, 132, 133, 145 (3), 149, 161, 169, 174 (2), 175, 178, 179, 180, 204, 217, 240, 263, 270, 279, 288, 298, 300 (2), 306 (2), 323, 327 (2), 331 (4), 349, 353, 368, 382 (2), 400, 401, 403, 404, 422, 432, 457 (2), 461, 484, 486, 491, 492, 495, 499 (2), 500 (2), 502 (2), 503 (4), 504 (4), 505 (3), 507 (3), 512, 514, 516 (2), 517 (3), 518, 522, 523, 526 (2), 529, 530 (2), 532, 540, 542 (4), 546, 547, 553 (2), 556, 557, 560 (2), 561, 562, 564.

-, the Comrs and clerks, (Taxes), 562.

-, estimates, 404, 524, 532, 571.

-, forces, 124.

-, money designed for the, 264.

-, Office, 5, 11, 18, 138, '141 (2), 149, 215, 444, 519 (3).

-, -, officers of the, 549.

-, -, 4s. in the pound on their salaries, 497.

-, paymaster of the, 486.

-, -, had no current money for wages, &c., 507.

-, the principle officers of the, 175, 306, 353.

-, -, their great want of money, 565.

-, provisions for the, 5, 330.

-, the Royal, lists of the, 426, 451 (3).

-, -, state of the, 451.

-, salary of the clerks of the, 400.

-, stores for the, 19, 124, 517.

-, -, cheating in respect of, 553.

-, the Surveyor of the, 427.

-, Treasurer of the, 7 (3), 19, 327, 328, 333, 367, 499, 502, 504, 516, 518 (2), 523, 526, 530, 532, 540, 546 (3), 556 (2), 560 (2).

-, -, 3d. in the pound taken by, 7.

-, -, prohibition of poundage to, 6.

-, -, instructions for, 6.

-, victualling aud victuallers of the, 31, 75, 95, 176, 180, 282, 349, 373, 390, 447, 526, 560.

-, -, their requirements, memorial, 388.

Navy Comrs of victualling the, their want of current money, 515.

Neale, Charles, fine of 200l. paid by him to the sheriff of Northampton for reproachful words against the King, 181.

-, Thomas, Esq., petition of, 325.

-, Thomas, (Mint), 20, 23.

-, -, and others, officers of the Mint, memorials of, 492, 504, 505, 508, 545, 556.

-, -, Esq., or Mr. Thomas [master] of the Mint, 65, 106, 325, 484, 494, 495, 505, 508, 510, 512, 513 (6), 514, 518 (2), 535 (2), 552, 563, 567.

-, -, forced to give a deed, 513.

-, Thomas, Esq., petition as to purchase of a house in Soho, 292.

-, -, proposes to make halfpence and farthings, 366.

Neck, W. Van, clerk of the Treasury of Holland, 410.

Needham, Mr., 36.

Needler, John, controller of customs of the port of London, petition of, 57.

Needwood, the forest or chase of, 151, 170.

-, waste in the forest of, 398.

-, application for 1,000 tons of timber from, 428.

Negus, Fr., surveyor, (Works), 233, 325.

-, -, memorial of, 325.

Nelson, John, petition of, (bills for victualling the navy), 560.

-, -, taken prisoner, 560.

Nether Ballycloghy, 425

Netherlands, the, stivers current there, 229.

Nevell, Mr. Charles, 564.

Nevill, Ed., 42, 43.

-, Richard, 21, 22.

-, the interest of, 22.

Nevis, the Island of, 235, 444.

Newcastle, 56, 81, 82, 84 (2), 85 (2), 88 (2), 100, 103 (3), 104 (2), 105, 107, 113, 165, 325, 486, 534.

-, the collector of, 80, 81, 91.

-, the controller of, 90, 162.

-, officers of customs of, 107.

-, John, Duke of, and others, memorial of, 457.

Newcomen, Captain, of Col. Woolesley's regiment of horse, and another, petition of, 235.

-, Jane, widow, 314.

-, Dame Sarah, widow of Sir Thomas, 167 (3).

Newdigate, Sir Richard, Bart., petition of, 100, 561, 562.

New England, 56, 68, 69 (3), 82, 205, 214 (2), 277, 308, 333, 357, 359, 442, 560.

-, -, government of, 56.

-, -, customs officers of, 69.

-, -, naval stores from, 517 (2).

-, -, proposed survey of woods there, 203 (2).

New England, might be supplied with tin pence, halfpence, and farthings, 214.

Newenham, the abbey of, in the parish of Godlington near Bedford, 263.

New Forest, 46, 207, 352, 557.

-, -, abuses in the, 217.

-, -, -, Commissions to inquire into, 379, 382, 383.

-, -, bridges, &c. to be repaired, &c., 221 (3).

-, -, destruction of trees in, 345.

-, -, their lordships' officer there believed against the Duke of Bolton, 345.

-, -, spoils in the, 382.

-, -, timber felled, &c., 9, 141, 144, 207.

-, -, timber from, 560.

-, -, trees for the navy, 491, 499 (2).

-, -, woodward of, 58, 64.

Newfoundland, 92, 359.

-, voyage to 306.

-, the bank of, 507.

New Hampshire, 203, 442.

Newhaven, the collector of, 49.

-, brandy on shore at, 491.

Newgate, 493.

Newington, manor of, 166.

New Jersey, 82.

Newland, Sir Benjamin, of London, merchant, petition of, 391.

Newman, Arthur, gent., who married the daughter of Gertrude Crowgie, 255.

New Park, 187.

Newport, 127, 128, 228, 258, 259.

-, Street, Mr. Harbord's house in, 131.

-, Andrew, Esq., 372.

-, the Lord, 228.

New River Company, 332.

Newry, the, in Ireland, 248.

Newsham, John, Esq., petition of, 126.

-, -, gent., receiver general of an aid, &c. in the co. of Warwick and city of Coventry, 369.

-, -, charged with corruption, &c. in his office, 561, 562.

-, -, petition of, 561.

-, -, counsel heard, 562.

-, -, superseded, 562.

-, -, his charges against John Andrews, receiver of taxes in Warwickshire, 562.

Newsletters post free, 501.

Newton, Ann, relict of George Newton, collector of excise, petition of, 310.

-, Mr. [Isaac], (Mint), 495, 506, 518, 537, 563, 573.

-, -, memorial of, 507.

-, -, an oath taken by, 506.

-, -, called Doctor Newton, 506.

-, -, his salary, &c., 519.

New York, 82, 118, 169, 225, 309, 332, 336, 447 (2), 484 (3).

-, -, without a governor, 169.

-, -, chapel, furniture for the, 352.

-, -, the governor and council there, 223 (2).

-, -, receiver of, 269.

-, -, woods, proposed survey of, 203.

Nicholson, Col., lieut.-governor of Virginia, 245.

-, Col. [Francis], governor of Maryland, 354, 385.

Noades, John, late surgeon of the first regiment of guards, petition of, 291.

Noell, Edw., 81, 88, 90, 91, 279.

-, Mr. Edw., secretary to the Comrs of Excise, 173.

Noel, John, Esq., mortgagor of the Marquis of Powis' lands, 280.

Nonsuch, the, frigate, 63.

-, the capture by the, of two French men-of-war, 64.

Noortwick, Cornelius, petition of, 246.

Norcliffe, Benjamin, jun., Esq., petition of, 373.

Nore, the buoy of the, 258.

Norfolk, 23, 75, 111, 431.

-, the Duke of, 45, 88, 510.

-, -, the pension of, memorial, 287 (2).

Norrington, Mr., 328.

Northamptonshire, the auditor for, 264.

Northampton, co., 351, 364, 419, 451.

-, the sheriff of, 181.

-, town of, timber for, 427.

-, George, Earl of, 32.

-, -, his father, constable of the Tower, 32.

Northcott, Col., his regiment for Jamaica, 398.

Northey, Edw., counsel, 316, 537.

-, -, says it is not derelict land unless the sea flows and reflows every tide, 538.

North Foreland, 381.

North, Henry, Esq., 394.

Northumberland, 90, 100, 106 (2), 527.

-, George, Earl and Duke of, natural son of King Charles II., 32.

-, the ship, smuggled goods found on a hired ketch of, 234.

Norton, John, of London, merchant, 441.

Norway, 347, 386, 422, 526.

-, deals, 131.

Norwich, 111, 165.

-, letter dated at, 541.

-, the mayor, &c. of, (Mint), 510.

-, merchants at, 531.

-, mint to be set up there, 510, 518, 522.

-, the new money, &c. there, 541.

-, the revenues of the bishopric of, 210

Norwich, their Majesties' ship, 452.

Nottingham, co. of, 151, 369, 388, 417.

-, the Earl of, 54, 85, 90, 94, 96, 115, 117, 118 (2), 131, 140, 189, 192, 205, 227, 233, 241, 245 (2), 265, 276, 278, 288, 297, 298, 299, 300, 303 (2), 310 (2), 316 (2), 324, 325 (3).

Nova Scotia, proposed survey of woods there, 203.

Nowell, Thomas, gent. of, Dover, 539.

Nugent, Christopher, of Dardistowne, co. Westmeath, forfeited estate of, 492.

-, Sir John, of Taghmon, co. Westmeath, forfeited estate, 491.

-, Col. Richard, brother of Sir John, forfeited estate of, 492.

“Nummorum Famulus,” inscription on the coin, 79.

Nunnington, York, the manor of, seized by the attainder of Viscount Preston, 212.

Nurses, 325.

-, in Flanders, 428.

Nutmegs, 83.



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