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'Index: Q, R', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 642-646. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79505 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Quaat, Capt., 544.

Quarantine, 245, 248 (3), 250.

Quarters, money for, 82, 86, 103, 104.

Queen Dowager, the, 50, 173, 275 (2), 292, 316, 532.

-, -, a Portuguese servant of, 450.

-, Her Majesty the, articles bought for, 131, 137.

-, the funeral of, expense of, 422.

-, the late, 503.

-, of Poland, the ship, taken by the French, memorial, 357.

Queen's withdrawing room, 167.

-, County, the lord lieutenant of, 435.

-, -, (Ireland), 485.

Queries, several useful, 475.

Quilter, James, petition of, (Customs), 560.

Quit rents, clerk of the, (Ireland), 156, 490.

-, 377, 490.

-, granted to Lady Dorchester, 561.

R

Rabi [or Raby], Lord, the case of, &c., 517, 519, 520 (4), 521.

Rada, the Marquis de, 358 (2), 439.

Radcliff, Mr., purveyor of the works, 319.

Radcliffe, J., 121 (2).

-, Doctor John, 335, 457.

Raglan, Lord, 280.

Raisins, 73.

Rammekins, in Zealand, 258, 259.

Ramsden, John, Esq., a burgess of Hull, 108.

Ramsey, Major, 302.

Randall, Samuel, a Protestant merchant of Cork in Ireland, and another, petition of, 147.

Randes, or Rands, Christopher, gent., a receiver-general of an aid, &c. in the co. and city of Lincoln, petitions of, 201, 381.

Randolph, Mr., imprisoned for disaffection, &c., 69.

-, Mr. Edward, surveyor-general of customs in North America, memorial, of, &c., 203 (2), 204.

Ranelagh, Richard, Lord Viscount, 14.

-, -, Lord, or the Earl of, [paymaster-general] (army), 59, 62 (2), 101, 104, 108, 109, 114, 129, 139, 146, 150, 154, 157, 158 (2), 160 (2), 164 (2), 168, 169, 170, 174, 176, 179 (2), 180, 183, 188 (2), 197, 211, 216, 222, 228, 239 (3), 244, 245, 258, 261, 271 (2), 274, 276, 280, 285, 286, 291 (3), 296 (2), 297, 303, 309, 314 (2), 332, 347, 348, 351, 355 (2), 358, 361, 365, 367, 369, 370 (2), 371 (2), 382 (2), 387 (2), 391, 392 (4), 393, 396 (3), 397 (3), 401 (2), 402 (2), 403, 412, 422, 426, 431, 434, 436, 439, 442 (2), 445 (2), 446, 447, 448, 450, 465 (2), 471, 477, 479, 484, 487 (2), 488, 497, 498 (3), 500, 508, 511, 512 (2), 514, 517, 519, 522, 524, 534, 539, 552, 556, 558.

-, -, 21.

-, -, petitions or memorials of, 22, 395, 396.

-, -, vice-treasurer, receiver-general, and treasurer-at-war [Ireland], 22.

-, -, warrant for 100,000l. to, 532.

-, payments to the Earl of, 569.

Rangers, 90.

Ranguillo, the Spanish ambassador, 115.

Ransom of ships, 242.

Rape, foreign, and rape wine, 413.

Rapparees [Irish robbers], the, 319, 323.

Rates (Customs), the book of, 308, 341.

Rawlinson, John, of London, merchant, petition of, 105.

Rayleigh, the rectory of (Essex), first fruits and tenths of, 237.

Rayner, John, Esq., farmer of the perquisites of courts, escheats lands, &c. in the lordship and soke of Kirton in Lindsey (Lincoln), petition of, 464.

Raynton, Nicholas, (Customs), 260, 297.

Read, Captain, 94.

Reading, Reding, or Redding, Mr. John, as to his admission as counsel to the Comrs of Revenue, 471 (3), 472.

Rebellion, the, 22.

Rebels, 178.

“Receiver-General,” the, 214.

Records of the Court of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, as to the search of, gratis, the judges to be applied to, 218.

Records [Welsh], 417.

-, see Chester.

Recruits, 150 (5), 274, 353, 519.

-, for Ireland, 133, 173, 189.

-, from Scotland to the Low Countries, 406.

Recusants, Popish, fines, &c. from, 219.

Redish, Captain John, charged with fraud, 371.

Redman, Hugh, of London, merchant, imports certain pearl ashes, petition of, 207.

Redriffe, co. Surrey, 28, 33.

Reed, Mr. Richard, heir-at-law to Richard Reed, late of Gubberhill, co. Gloucester, a Papist, lands seized, being left to superstitious uses, petition of, 256.

Reeves, Sir Richard, Kt., recorder of Dublin, and others, petition of, 96.

Reformed officers, the charge of, 209.

Regicides, 301.

Reigate, the manor of, 126, 150, 341.

Reighnolds, Maurice, harper in ordinary to their Majesties, petition of, 191.

Religious houses, “lamentable displeasures” by the subversion of, 1.

Remembrancer's office, the secretary and clerks, 15.

Remembrancer, the Treasurer's, 343.

-, see Exchequer and First Fruits.

Remington, Matthew, Esq., 256, 420.

Renew, Peter, and others, petition of, (Customs), 564.

Rents, 4.

-, Crown, 469.

Requests, master of, 36, 76.

Reserve, the ship, 198.

Respites of officers, 198, 333.

Restoration, the, 172, 227, 301, 315, 416, 431.

Resuggo (Cornwall), 287.

Revels, master of the, 93.

Revenue, 9, 25, 57, 77, 78, 147, 324, 355 387, 483, 519, 568 (2).

-, account of, 24, 25.

-, advance of the, 386.

-, auditors of, 415.

-, [colonial], 449 (2.)

-, the Comrs of, 301.

-, -, see Ireland.

-, estimate of, 16.

-, Her Majesty's, 291.

-, of Ireland, 566, 569.

-, loss to the, by sending gazettes and news letters post free, 501.

-, receiver of, 58.

Review of the Poll Act, the, [? a tax], 105, 106.

Revolution, the, 129, 144.

-, mention of the, 385, 390, 430.

Reynells, Lord Chief Justice (Ireland), 354.

Reynolds, Edw., 490.

-, John, and another, merchants of London, petition of, 552.

Rhode Island, 82.

Rice, Captain Henry, a persecuted Protestant kept in prison in King James' reign, &c., petition of, 566.

Rich, Sir Richard, vice-admiral of the co. of Suffolk, 239.

-, Sir Robert, 281.

Richards, Captain, 545.

-, Col. Jacob, petition of, (Ordnance), 445.

-, Mr. John, controller of the office of the treasurer of the chamber, 240, 295, 320, 378, 434, 454.

-, Mr., Virginia tobacco merchant, 296.

-, Thomas, gent., receiver-general of an aid for the co. of Hertford, petitions for his charges in bringing money to the Exchequer, 297.

Richardson, Daniel, of London, merchant, petition of, 333.

-, Elizabeth, 85.

-, John, a landing waiter at Derry, 566.

-, Mr., 460.

-, William, of London, merchant, petition of, 176.

Richmond, the Duke of, his memorial, 6.

-, -, grant to, of duty on coals from Newcastle, 486.

-, and Lennox, Frances, Duchess Dowager of, petition of, as to her annuity, 220.

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

-, Richard, gent., one of the owners of the green glass houses near St. Saviour's, Southwark, 570.

Richmond, petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

-, alias West Shene, bill in the Exchequer against the tenants of the manor of, 275.

-, -, the manor of, 510 (2).

-, ferry, 50, 56, 510.

-, the new lodgings at, 464.

-, the new park, 510.

-, Park, articles for the King's service in his house there, 464.

Rickards or Richards, Richard, of London, merchant, petition of, &c., 76 (3).

Rider, Mr., lieutenant of the forest of Whittlewood, &c., petition of, 299.

Ridley, Nicholas, of Newcastle, 179.

Riga, 132.

-, the ship called the City of Riga seized, 132.

Riggs, Mr. Francis, goods from Norway, 526.

Rights and liberties of the people, 35.

Ringwould, the “deputy” and inhabitants of, 115.

Rivers, inland, coal duties upon, 462.

Rivington, Mr. Richard, receiver of Lord Preston's estate, 334.

Robartes, Rt. Hon. Francis, 348.

Robbers, highways infested with, 294, 297.

Roberts, Francis, (Customs), 486.

Roberts, John, a London merchant, petition of, 548.

-, Mr., a Comr of Irish revenue, 397.

-, Thomas, weigher and watchman, petition of, (Customs), 356.

-, William, paymaster of works at Windsor, petition of, 140.

Robert's Bridge, the abbot of, 253.

Robertson, Charles, 114 (2).

Robes, 534.

Robin Hood Bay, an English vessel chased into, by French privateers, 242.

Robinson, Arthur, merchant of York, petition of, 53.

-, David, keeper of Audley End Park, 226.

-, -, -, petition of, 311.

-, Mr. Edmund, of Bankend, co. York, clerk, executed for treason, the estate of, 300.

-, George, 81.

-, Sir James, as to land on Tower Hill, petition of, 362.

-, Sir Leonard, Kt., late chamberlain of London, the executors of, 448, 461.

-, Mr., chief engineer and surveyor-general of fortifications and works in Ireland, 476.

-, Mr., the King's agent at Stockholm, to come to England, and afterwards meet the King at the Hague, 548 (2).

-, -, to have 100l. out of secret service, &c., 548.

-, Mr. 427.

-, -, at Chester, 93.

-, -, “the sheriff,” the quietus of, 417.

-, Richard, 66.

-, Sir Robert, governor of the Bermudas, 140.

-, William, 187, 221, 309, 313, 436.

-, -, deputy receiver-general (Ireland), memorial of, &c., 399, 453.

Robson, Timothy, merchant, of Newcastle, petition of, 400.

-, Thomas, Esq., petition of, 220.

Roche, James, 355, 356.

-, -, the miserable circumstances of, petition of, 345 (2).

Roche, Lord, see Fermoy.

Rocheford, Robert, 321.

Rochester, Laurence, Earl of, lord treasurer, 15, 18, 20, 99, 116.

Rochester, 318, 319, 321, 324, 326, 339, 385.

Rochford [the Earl of], 567.

-, -, master of the robes, 457.

-, Robert, attorney-general for Ireland, 469, 472, 512.

Rockingham Forest, 269.

Rodway, Robert, and others, (army clothing), petition of, 297.

Roettiers or Rotiers, engravers at the Mint, viz., John, Joseph, and Philip, 53.

-, James and Norbertus, sons of John, 53.

-, John, loses the use of his right hand, 53.

-, -, the patent to, 53.

Roettiers, the, 106, 108.

-, James, engraver at the Mint, 108.

-, -, petition of, 110.

-, -, assistant to Henry Harris, Esq., engraver of the mint in the Tower, 513.

-, [John], the father, graver of medals and agates, his lameness, 108.

-, Nolbertus, or Norbertus, engraver at the Mint, 108.

-, -, petition of, 110.

-, the, engravers to the Mint, 494.

-, Mr., memorial, &c., 513 (2), 514 (2).

Rogers, John, petition of, 89.

-, Ann, the wife of John, who aided in the preservation of the life of King Charles II., 89.

-, Hinton, (Excise salaries), petition of, 194.

Rogerson, John, alderman of Dublin, 96.

Rogues and vagabonds, 4.

Rolfe, Simon, of Lyn Regis, Esq., 573.

“Rolles,” note dated, 116.

Roman Catholic, a, “and so cannot take employment,” 178.

-, Catholics, 156, 434.

-, -, (Ireland), not indicted or outlawed, committee to examine the petition of, 276.

Romer, William, an engineer in Ireland, petition of, 350.

Romish religion, 36.

Romney or Rumney, the Earl of, 379, 407, 426, 445, 446, 456 (2), 461, 526, 550 (2), 551.

-, -, lands granted to, 436.

-, Henry, Viscount Sydney, now Earl of, 471.

Romney (Kent), 237.

-, the circuits of, 557.

-, or Rumney and Rumney marsh, 130, 148, 252.

Rondeau, Mr. Peter, a French Protestant merchant (Dublin), 185.

Ronquillo, Don Pedro de, late Spanish ambassador, 200, 295.

Rook, Sir George, 542.

Rookby, Lady, wife to Thomas Paston, Esq., petition of, 175.

Rooke, Capt., commander of a ship of war, 119.

-, Sir William, Kt., sheriff of Kent, had to pay for the fraud of his under-sheriff, petition of, 419.

Rookwood apprehended, 511.

Roots, Thomas, surgeon to Major-General Trelawny's regiment, petition of, 275.

Roper, Jane, wife of Richard, grandchild of Sir Adam Loftus, K.G., 318.

Roscommon, the Earl of, the regiment of, 305, 367.

-, Wentworth, late Earl of, 492.

-, the Countess of, petition of, 492.

-, co., lands and estates there, 342, 410, 544.

Rose, William de la, 360.

-, -, del', a collector of excise, petition of, 529.

Rosenheim, Mons., first commissary of the Danish troops, 94 (2), 96 (2), 117.

Ross, the Bishop of, 147.

Rosse, John, master of a ship, 572.

-, Mary, Anne, and Magdalene, petition for money to keep them alive, 530.

-, -, -, -, 30l. a year to each of them, 530.

Rother, the river, 252, 253 (3).

Rothwell, Richard, Esq., 490.

Rottendean, Sussex, 341.

Rotterdam, 73, 297, 392, 567.

-, transports at, 223.

Rottermondt, Abraham, 134 (2).

Rottermont, Mr., apothecary to the household, 203.

Rover, see Dirckson.

Row, Anthony, Esq., 34. 56, 61.

-, -, late contractor of hearth money, 78 (2).

-, Archibald, major of Col. Robert Hodge's regiment, memorial of, 226.

-, Col., 426.

Rowe, Mr. Henry, 186.

-, John, petition of, 63 (2).

-, -, gent., patent waiter of the port of Bristol, petition of, 275.

-, Mr., 200.

Royal Bank, the, 540.

-, Oak, see Lotteries.

Rumbold, William, gent., clerk of the great wardrobe, 5.

Rushton, 264.

Russel, Admiral, 392, 444, 472, 503, 547, 551.

-, or Russell, Col., [governor of Barbadoes], (casual revenue), 439, 530.

-, -, the less interest he had there, the less he could serve the King, 530.

-, Col., the regiment of (Ireland), petition of, 335.

-, Hercules, cornet in Col. Wolseley's regiment, petition of, 275.

-, Jerom, Esq., collector of the port of Sligo, 319.

-, the Lady, petition of, prays for a lease of Horrard's farm, 202.

-, Lady Rachel, petition for the grant of the Marquis of Powis' lands, 280.

-, the Hon. the Lady, petition of, 476.

Russell, Lady, the steward of, appropriates clippings, 536.

-, Letitia, late wife and executrix of Thomas Cheke, Esq., lieutenant of the Tower of London, as to grant of rent (Ireland), petition of, 273.

-, Mr., minister of the French church in Dublin, 189.

-, Robt., Esq., petition of, 420.

-, Sir William, Kt., of London, merchant, and others, petition of, 441 (2).

-, Col. Theodore, the regiment of, petition of, 324, 360.

-, Col., the regiment of, 450.

Russia, 82, 98, 134.

Ruthin, 125.

Rutland, 125.

Ruvigny, the Marquis de, or Mons., the regiment of, 205, 212.

Ryan, Captain Morgan, a reformed captain in the royal regiment of horse, petition of, 231.

Rycaut, Sir Paul, 352.

Rye, 49, 77, 173 (2).

-, mayor and jurats of, petition of, 254.

-, town and the harbour of, 252 (5), 253 (8).

-, corporation of, land given by the abbot of Robert's Bridge to the, 253.

-, ferry, 253.

Rye, duty on, 400.

Ryley or Riley, Mr., surveyor-general of forests south of Trent, or surveyor-general of woods, 143, 144, 148, 207 (2), 221 (2), 269, 284, 299, 352, 379, 427, 447.

-, -, spoils in the New Forest, 382.

-, -, a discoverer of clippers, petition of, 444.

Ryly, Serjeant, 87.

Rymer, Mr. Thomas, employed to transcribe and publish the ancient leagues and treaties, petitions for a fine to be granted him, 366.

-, -, a fine assigned to him, 374.

-, -, had received but 200l. in three years, prays for a bond of 2,364l. 9s. to be assigned him, 538.



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