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'Index: O', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 635-636. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79503 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Oakehampton, the honour of, 424.

Oakley, 264.

Oak timber, 499.

-, -, the dealers in, refused to make tenders, to the Comr at Portsmouth, 557.

Oaks, stubbed up, 170.

Oath, enjoined on the officers of customs, 424.

Oaths and test, 16, 38, 190.

Oatland, the manor of, office of bailiff and collector, 33.

Oatlands, their Majesties' tenants at, as to tithes in kind, 243.

Oats, 173, 183, 198, 264, 268.

Oberkan, the Seignieur d', 276.

-, Col., 344.

-, Madame D', money due to her husband, 344.

O'Bryen, Manus, or Obrien, Manas, brought intelligence of Sarsfield's design on the cannon coming to Limerick, petitions of, 430 (2).

Observator sloop, employed to prevent the exportation of wool on the coast of Kent, 48.

O'Conner, Hugh, of Ballintobber (Ireland), 410.

O'Donnell, Major Donnell, 317.

Odyke, see Van Odyke.

Officers (army), demands of, 32, 150.

-, their discontent, 86, 103.

Offley, Thomas, Esq., grant for recovery of goods from wrecks, &c., 398.

-, -, the claim of, as lord of the manor, to wine saved from a ship at Beachy, petition of, 515.

Offlow, the hundred of, co. Stafford, 89, 351.

Off reckonings (army), 32, 175, 216, 244, 285, 286, 358, 359, 371, 381, 387, 390, 412 (2), 414, 426, 443 (2), 487, 511.

Ogle, Sir Thomas, governor of Chelsea Hospital, petition of, 146.

Oil condemned as prize, 564.

-, Portugal, 244.

Oils of various kinds, 70, 140, 141, 326.

Okeover, Captain Humphry, 155 (2).

-, Humphry, and others, petition of, 405.

-, Sarah, 405.

Old Bayly or Bailey, the, 329, 436, 536, 557.

Oldtowne (Ireland), 473.

Oliver, Mr. 87.

Oporto, mention of, 247.

Orange, the Prince of, reference to, 61, 84, 124, 149, 169, 311.

-, -, the interest of, in Ireland, 376.

-, -, the landing of, 412.

Orchard, Mr. Charles, customer and collector of the port of Exeter, petition of, 34.

-, Charles, customer [ (?) Exeter], 559 (4).

-, Elizabeth, widow of Henry Orchard, late carpenter's mate of the ship Jersey, petition of, 164.

Order, royal, 16.

Ordnance, 88, 124, 190, 196, 202.
-, Memorials, &c.,—

-, the land service, 368.

-, -, had received but 59,500l. out of 210,000l. allowed them, 370.

-, -, had used all the arts and contrivances to prevail on the poor people to trust them, 370.

-, the sea service, 371.

-, the gunmakers had received but 16,000l. out of 30,000l., were made prisoners, &c., 375, 376.

-, 500l. a week renewed to the gunmakers, 10,000l. part of their arrears not ordered, and they could not proceed in the King's service, 379.

-, arrears of land and sea service, &c., 387.

-, necessities of the office, the artificers received as ready money 20,000l. in tallies; miserable condition of the gunmakers; a small chiding and a round sum would please, 388.

-, arrears of land service, 73,626l., and sea service, 50,165l. 13s. 4d.; the 20,000l. tallies on the land tax worth nothing, &c., request of 5,000l. for the gunmakers, 391.

-, they had nothing but weekly distributions from hand to mouth, &c., 391.

-, less than 50,000l. would not extricate them; the artificers utterly ruined, &c., 393.

-, the gunsmiths, money for the debt, &c., 395.

-, arrears for land service pressed for, 1,400l. due on Mr. Bomhover's account for arms bought in Holland, &c., 397.

-, the deplorable state of the office, 401.

-, the artificers, &c. had supplied stores at cheaper rates than ever known, and had to accept tallies on the Excise and Customs; the tallies of no use, 418.

-, the exigencies of the office, the uselessness of the tallies; 500l, asked weekly for the gunmakers; 13,600l. due to Sir Joseph Hernc, &c., 424.

-, 44,000l. for land service, 432.

-, 133,999l. 3s. 1d. arrears; the tallies upon the poll for, 70,163l. 3s. 4d. useless, 445.

-, the artificers apply for money for the tallies or for better ones, clamour about the same, 448.

-, tallies or money for land service, for the train in Flanders, and expeditions to sea, 2 per cent. on the 50,000l. tallies, 450.

-, the Comrs of, 194, 250, 268, 287.

-, see also Patronage.

-, the Comrs or Board of, reports, memorials, &c. of, 304, 317, 324, 331, 400 (2), 436.

-, -, powder removed from Greenwich House and the laboratory to Gravesend and Tilbury, a new powder house and wharf, 392.

-, estimates, 404, 446.

-, export of 200 pieces of, to Holland (Customs), 407.

-, lieutenant-general of, 149.

-, the master-general of the, 356.

-, Office of, 7, 162, 175 (2), 194, 286, 294, 366, 406, 504, 514, 545.

-, -, see also Ireland.

-, -, necessitous condition of, 346.

-, -, a house for, at Portsmouth, 379.

-, officers of, 46, 162, 174, 196, 216, 227, 245, 284, 287, 292, 311, 346, 348, 350, 366 (2), 368, 370, 372, 376, 386 (3), 387, 390, 395, 404, 411, 432, 445 (2), 448 (2), 456, 457, 459, 478, 549.

-, -, memorials of, 289, 354, 359, 370, 390.

-, -, they feared the total destruction of the credit of the office, 290.

-, -, petition for exemption from taxes on their salaries, 356, 389.

-, the principal officers of the, 22, 35, 110, 111, 141 (3), 149, 150, 379.

-, and stores of war, 300, 328, 427.

-, stores for Jamaica, 386.

-, quarterly payments to, two years in arrear, 289.

-, tallies, 539.

-, treasurer of, 7, 190, 251.

-, treasurer and paymaster of the, 184, 551.

-, the treasurer and treasury of the, 361, 372.

Orkney, the Earl of, 334.

Ormond, the Duke of, 209, 354.

-, -, petition of, 498.

-, -, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 5.

Orrery, Earl of, 4.

Osborn, Charles, a trustee of the Earl of Danby, 50.

-, Sir John, Bart., the memorial of, 11.

Osborne, Charles, Esq. (brother of the Marquess of Carmarthen), a burgess of Hull, 108.

Osborne [ ], grant to, 316.

O'Shaghnassy, Roger, attainted for high treason, the lands of, 381.

Osmontown, Dublin, chapel built by the Jesuits at, 571.

Ossery, the Earl of, 164.

Ossory, Upper, Barnaby, Baron of, petition for reversal of outlawry, 435.

Ossulston, John, Lord, petition of, 84.

Ostend, 171, 173, 189, 213, 223 (2), 226, 257 (3), 260, 264, 268, 289.

Otes, Samuel, 10.

-, Titus, D.D., 10 (2).

Otford, the honour of, 133.

Ousy land, 128.

Outlawries, 350.

Outlaws for high treason, 337.

Overquerque, Monsieur, his lady, family, and goods, 37.

Overton, Mr. Benj., (Mint), 234, 285, 299, 305 (2), 329, 432.

-, Benj., Esq., warden of the Mint, 421, 536.

-, -, a Comr of Customs, &c., petition of, 482.

-, -, -, petitions for the cost of his patent to be allowed, 501.

-, Mr., to prosecute clippers, 445.

-, Robert, son of Benjamin, 482.

Owen, Richard, merchant, petition of, (Customs), 503.

-, Mr., 534.

Owlers, 147, 148.

Oxford, 99 (2), 198.

-, the rendition of, 155.

-, the Earl of, memorial of, 301.

-, -, regiment of, 158, 241.

-, -, -, petition of officers of, 397.



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