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Sacrament, the, &c., 564.

Sadleir, Mr. Thomas, 204.

Sadler, Thomas, 140.

“Saffers,” or saffora, 56, 191.

-, customs on, 132.

St. Alban, the Duke of, 89.

St. Alban's, the innkeepers of, petition of, 544.

St. Albans, the ship, prize, 247, 345.

St. Ann's, Westminster, houses there, 166.

St. Antonio, the ship, seizure of, &c., 114, 125.

St. Bartholomew, the hospital of, near Rochester, 427.

St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 570.

-, Aldersgate, 157.

St. Christopher's, the island of, 118, 235, 347, 444.

Saint Delys ab Harcourt, Elizabeth de, widow of Col. Oberkan, 344.

St. Finburries, Cork, 168.

“St. George,” the Hon., the regiment of, 650.

-, officers and soldiers of, seized with malignant fevers, 199.

-, Sir George, 487, 512.

-, -, petition of, &c., 499, 512.

-, Sir Thomas Kt., Garter principal King of arms, 523.

St. Germain-en-Laye, letter dated at, 244.

St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, 157.

-, houses there, 166.

St. Ives, co. Hunts, 216.

St. James's, 6, 73, 110, 314.

-, letter dated at, 456.

-, fields [Westminster], 490 (2).

-, palace, 156, 332.

-, park, 135, 156 (2), 181, 281.

-, -, land adjoining William Storey's, 294.

-, -, ground outside the east wall, 304.

-, -, Mr. Travers had taken a survey of, 364.

-, -, birds and beasts there, 416.

St. John, the Lord, surveyor general of woods, 269.

St. Johnston's, Scotland, 6.

St. Leger, Anthony, 298, 305.

-, John, Esq., his estate in Ireland injured by the rebels, petition of, 251.

St. Leonard's forest, wastes in, 269.

St. Malo, our disappointment at, 470, 475, 481.

St. Maloes or Mallo, 44, 121 (2).

St. Margaret's Lane, 130.

-, Westminster, 197.

St. Martin, the island of, 347.

St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 337.

-, the vicar and churchwardens of, 50, 430.

-, petitions of, 371, 429.

-, the poor of, 371.

-, the patent to the inhabitants, granting ground for a churchyard, 430.

-, in the reign of Henry VIII. no parish church, the inhabitants resorted to the church of St. Margaret, Westminster, and buried their dead there, 430.

-, made a parish, 430.

St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, possessions of, 374.

-, Weeke (Cornwall), 424.

-, Whitechapel, 157.

-, York, the late monastery of, the appointment of steward of the courts of, 373.

St. Nicholas Island, garrison at, 311 (3).

St. Paul's, Shadwell, 157.

St. Pier or Pierre, Capt. [James], petition of, &c., 332, 341.

St. Saviour's, Southwark, 570.

St. Sebastian's, 470, 475, 492 (2), 493 (3).

-, wines of, 540, 543.

-, the trade of, 540.

St. Sepulchre, 157.

St. Symon (ship), of Bordeaux, 169.

St. Vallery, a French ship taken as prize near, 570.

Salaries, 72, 75, 80, 92, 113, 118, 121, 139, 171, 258, 262, 306, 307, 315, 321, 331, 336, 348, 350, 357, 369 (2), 373, 375 (2), 389, 400, 419, 421, 429, 436, 438, 439, 441, 444, 447 (2), 451, 459, 462, 467, 470, 471 (2), 474, 475 (4), 476 (2), 479, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 496, 503, 505, 512, 513 (2), 514, 519, 528, 529, 533, 543, 547, 550, 551 (3), 554 (2), 570.

-, officers', taxes on, 134.

-, unpaid, 415 (2).

Sale, public, 338.

Sale, Samuel, of London, merchant, 441.

Salisbury, the Earl of, 8.

-, the ketch, petition touching the, 197, 205.

Salkeld, John, clerk, petition of, 11.

Salop, 58, 62, 65.

Salt, 84, 158.

-, Act, tallies on the, 550.

-, and salt-makers, 498, 499.

-, duty on, 344, 543 (2).

-, French, 391.

-, imported, 547.

-, -, free from Guernsey, 565.

-, seized, 310.

-, a penny a quart, 310.

-, out of prize ships, 384.

-, taken for the army, 255.

-, the barony of, co. Kildare, Ireland, 540.

Saltash, 30 (2).

Salter, Col., 530.

Saltpetre, 251, 432 (3), 433, 459, 460 (3).

-, Dutch, 460 (4).

-, 70l. a ton, 376, 460.

-, the East Indian Company's, 60l. a ton, 460.

Sanders, Capt., 358.

-, Joseph, 323.

Sanderson, Mr. James, son of Lord Castleton, a comr in the alienation office, 393.

Sandford, John, gent., petition of, 316.

Sandgate Castle, 122.

Sandiforth, Thomas, and others, of Manchester and Stockport, petition of, 339.

Sandwich, the Earl of, ambassador extraordinary to the King of Spain, 6.

Sandwich, the port of, 195, 451.

Sankey, Col., the regiment of, 434.

Sansom, Mr. John, 35 (2), 39, 80, 81, 91 (2), 105, 109, 118, 120, 134, 155, 165, 179, 218, 238, 266, 267, 409, 455.

-, -, or Mr., cretary to the Comrs of Customs, 300l. a year to, having lost his perquisites, petition of, &c., 424.

Santen, Mr. Lucas, collector and receiver of revenue of New York, suspended for negligence and disobedience, 223.

Sarsfeild or Sarsfield, Charlotte, a minor, daughter and heir of William Sarsfeild, late of Lucan (Ireland), Esq., estates of, petitions of, &c., 308, 405, 406, 443 (3), 455, 456.

-, Col., 367.

-, [? Col.], his design on the cannon coming to Limerick, 430.

-, Francis, of London, Esq., 406.

-, Lieut.-General, the agent of, at Dublin, 252.

-, Mary, the wife of William, sister of the Duke of Monmouth, 308.

-, Patrick, late of Lucan (Ireland), 406 (2), 455.

-, -, a younger brother of William, 443.

-, -, the attainder of, 456.

-, Col. Patrick, rent of, 553.

-, William, [son of Patrick of Lucan, in the co. of Dublin], Esq., 308, 309, 406 (2), 455.

Sarsfield, the enemy under command of, 474.

-, the friends of, 499.

-, see Lucan.

Sarum, King James' army at, 412.

-, New, 322.

Satins, striped, 373.

Saunderson or Sanderson, Mr., 198 (2).

-, Capt. Alexander, petition of, (arrears to his son), 558.

-, Capt. Ralph, petition of as to East-Comb farm, near Greenwich, 198.

-, -, commanded the yacht which took their Majesties to Holland on their marriage, 198.

Savage, Ann, widow of Capt. Robert Savage, provost marshal in Ireland, petition of, 349 (2).

-, John, petition of, 10.

-, Joshua, 127 (3).

-, Mr., 139, 307.

-, Mr., prothonotary of the Crown, 350.

Savage, Philip, Esq., petition of, 183.

-, Mr. Philip (Ireland), his allowance of 40s. for every person outlawed, 286.

-, -, petitions of, 286, 555.

-, Richard, 134.

-, William, (army supplies), 314.

Savinien upon the river Charente, 233.

Savoy, the Duke of, 332, 406.

-, -, transport of, 227.

Savoy, 181, 431 (2).

-, chapel and college, the lead stolen from, 219.

-, -, the Irish prisoners secured there, 219, 232.

-, the, 260, 261, 391.

-, prison for the Irish, &c. there, 241, 421.

-, the sisters and porter of the hospital of the, petition of, 497.

-, laboratory in the, 488.

-, a house for the martial or marshal of the forces to be made there, 461.

Sawtell, Mr. Edmund, clerk of the Irish and Chester road, 574.

Sawyer, Sir R., attorney-general, 18, 23.

Saxby, Capt., 43.

Scarborough, the Earl of, petition of, 369.

Scarsborough [or Scarborough], Richard, Earl of, 369, 553.

-, -, memorial of, &c., 371, 438.

Scarborough, Ann, the wife of Edward, (Customs), 423.

-, Edward, collector at Liverpool, 423.

-, the collector of the port of, 55.

-, the, man-of-war, 470.

-, money sent from, as the ransom of a ship, 242.

Scardevile, Dean, chaplain to the Duke of Schomberg, (the pay of, whilst in Ireland), petition of, 220.

Scawen, Sir William, Kt. (army clothing), memorial and petition of, 369, 482.

-, William, of London, merchant, owner of the ship which came express from Jamaica when the Earl of “Insiquin” died, petition of, 241.

Schilder, Captain von, driven on shore at Clay, in Norfolk, 75.

Schomberg, the Dukes of, 62, 152, 156, 194 (2), 212, 221, 236, 245, 298, 311, 322, 335, 345, 353, 377, 485, 565.

-, -, killed, 222.

Schonberg [or Schomberg], the Duke of, confirmation of grant of 4,000l. per annum to, 511.

-, -, his campaign in the north of Ireland, 565.

-, and Leinster, the Duke of, memorial as to accounts of his regiment, 501.

-, the Duke (the son), 222.

Scilly, Islands of, 33, 78.

-, the governor of, 78.

-, -, apprehended and brought to Plymouth, 557.

Score, Mr., 559.

Scotch consciences, 112.

-, guards, memorial of, 520.

-, horse in Ireland, 211.

-, masters of ships, 259.

Scotchman born, query a subject of England, 52.

Scotch merchants, 348.

-, in Ireland, trade with France, 475.

Scotland, East India Company in, 484.

-, mention of, 7, 22, 25, 46, 69, 74 (2), 76 (2), 84, 85, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104 (3), 106 (4), 112 (3), 153, 158, 166, 169, 171, 172, 173, 281, 294, 298, 308, 347, 348, 354, 406.

-, the mint there, 23 (2).

-, the secretary of, the house of, 175.

-, the treasury of, 23.

Scotland Yard [Westminster], buildings there, 110 (4), 169, 351.

Scots foot guards, 351.

-, horse, regiment of, 158.

Scott, Sir Edward, who held the rectory and tithes of Milton, alias Middleton, from the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, forfeited, 199.

-, Robert, bookseller, 181.

Scrope, Mary, widow, petition of, 353.

Scudimore, Captain, 118.

Scurvy grass, a weed called, 538.

Seafaring men, see Mariners.

Seaford, prisoners at, 49.

-, (Suffolk), the manor of, 141.

Seafort, the Earl of, 153.

Seagar, Henry, controller of customs in the port of Hull, petition of, 117.

Seal, the Great, engravers of, 53.

Seals, the King's, the chief graver of the, 108.

Seal oil, 82.

Seamen, 77, 142, 171, 178, 217, 237, 238, 239, 301, 353, 359, 549.

-, the Act for the increase and encouragement of, 541.

-, bargemen, &c. between 18 and 50, 20s. to each, 432.

-, our, begging in Spain and Portugal, 470.

-, -, begging at Sebastians and Bilboa in Spain, 475.

-, Comrs for registering, 536 (2), 541.

-, their complaints grievous, and they desert the transports for lack of pay, 183, 188.

-, English, late prisoners at St. Malo, petition of, 121.

-, impresting or impressment of, 131, 213, 248, 270, 366.

-, -, out of customs and excise, 567.

-, merchant, 6d. per month from, 536.

-, method of raising, 471.

-, register of, 458, 534.

-, wages of, 14.

-, see also Sick and wounded seamen.

Searcher, see London and Gravesend.

Searchers' office, the, 95.

-, patent, 141, 142.

Sea service, 346.

-, train, see Train, their Majesties.

Secretaries of State, 6, 59, 73, 92, 94 (2), 96, 233, 246, 281, 353 (2), 471.

-, -, to pay dues to the Post Office, 284.

Secretary of Scotland, the, 281.

Secretary, see Treasury.

Secret service [money], 38, 54, 62, 167, 236, 501, 511, 567.

Sedgwick, Mr., 463.

Seizure Rolls, 417.

Seizures and compositions, 455.

-, compounding, 61.

-, of forfeited goods, moneys from, 360.

-, registrar of, 34.

Selby, Mr., 513 (2).

Selwyn or Selwin, Brigadier, petition of, 433 (2).

-, -, and others, as to their pay, memorial of, 524.

-, Col., the regiment of, 223, 446, 447.

-, -, Wm., the regiment of, 233, 241.

Serge, 85, 545.

Serjeant-at-arms (Ireland), 476, 485.

Serjeants-at-arms, 222, 397.

Servants in Flanders refused to serve at previous rates, 428.

Sess, Receiver-General of the, 198.

Sewers, the Comrs of, for Sussex, give the history of the drowning of several thousand acres of land near Rye, and of measures resorted to, 252.

-, -, shut out the sea from Wittersham Level, 253.

Seymour, Sir Joseph, Kt., 65.

-, Dr. Ed., 252.

-, Henry, Esq., a groom of the bedchamber, 328.

Shadwell, 157 (2).

Shale, John, 368.

Shales, Charles, proposal for remedying the coin, 567.

-, Capt. John, commissary of H.M. forces, 23, 24.

-, Captain, commissary-general, 145, 296.

-, John, Esq., 27 (3).

-, John, (payments to sick and wounded), 307.

-, Mr., comptr (farthings), 534.

-, Mr., auditor, 126, 127.

Shallott or Shallett, Arthur, [of London, merchant], petitions of, &c., 112, 186, 244, 453, 459.

-, -, 15,000l. due to him, 459.

-, -, (Transport Service), 290.

-, -, petitions of, 364, 504.

Shannon, the river, 261.

Shaw, Sir John (Customs), 426.

-, -, (duty on tobacco), 528 (4).

Shea, Mrs. Jane, petition of, (beer supplied to the navy), 422.

Sheen, West, see Richmond, 510.

Sheep and cattle, the Comrs as to the transportation of, to Ireland custom free, 218.

Sheerness, the fort of, 151, 215, 386.

-, [dockyard], 504, 526.

Sheldrake, Mr. John, 174.

Shelmerdine, Robert, came from Germany to reveal the conspiracy to assassinate the King, petition of, 563.

-, -, seeks a reward, 563.

Shepard, Mr., 513.

Shepheard or Sheppard, Mr., with others, furnish 30,000l., 549, 550.

Sheppard, Sir Fleetwood, afflicted with the stone, 385.

-, or Shepheard, Samuel, merchant of London, and others, petitions of, 399, 470.

Shepton Mallett, manor of, 8.

Sherborne, paper dated at, 311.

Sheriff's debet, 216, 217, 218.

Sherman, Mr. Charles, collector of the port of Faversham, 34, 440.

Sherwood Forest, 390, 417.

Shewstad, Col., 104 (2), 105.

Shillingford, John, alias Izard, “yeoman pricker to the privy harriers,” turned out to make way for a Roman Catholic, petition of, 434.

Ship, a Genoese seized, 214.

-, from Norway forfeited, 386.

-, a sixth-rate, estimate of building, 526.

Shipping or ships, English, 82, 98, 399.

Ships, 77 (2), 83, 134, 137 (3), 138 (2).

-, arrested contrary to the capitulation of Limerick, 272.

-, confiscated, 479.

-, freight of, 13, 14; see also Freight.

-, hired, and hire of, 388, 407, 552.

-, losses in, 13.

-, measurement and re-measurement of, 149, 150 (2), 186, 426.

-, names, 448.

-, purchase of, 522.

-, seized as prizes, 246.

-, for soldiers, 75, 82, 173 (4), 177 (2), 180 (2), 204, 282.

-, of war, or their Majesties', 7, 89, 273, 275, 407, 452, 499.

-, -, right of search of, by officers of customs, 159.

-, not to go to France, 34.

-, going to France without giving security, 34.

-, to be paid off, 131.

-, first and second rate, 133.

-, in their Majesties' pay, 183.

-, to be laid up, 317.

-, for the descent, 333.

-, acting contrary to the Navigation Act, &c., 309, 385, 486, 521, 547.

Shipwrights, their wages twelve months in arrear, petition of, 410.

Shirley, Thomas, sergeant-at-arms, and another, petition of, 397.

-, -, -, in ordinary, rode post to Westmoreland to attach Geo. Wilson, the younger, for breach of privilege, petition of, 222.

Shoreham, the manor of, 133.

-, the collector of, 105.

-, the port of, 140, 238.

Short allowance money, 263.

Shorter, John, ‘Schoolman,’ 279.

-, -, victualler, Clerkenwell, 395.

Shot delivered into the stores, 137.

-, 184.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, 480, 506, 555.

-, -, commands a squadron in the Irish Seas, 345.

-, -, at great hazard brings a ship from the port of Dublin, 345.

-, -, Kt., suit against for embezzling ships and goods, 361.

-, -, convoys ships, &c., 404.

-, -, ordered to join the Dutch fleet, 404.

-, -, a ship delivered to, 449.

Shrewsbury, 137.

-, the Right Hon. Charles, Earl of, principal Secretary of State, 45, 46, 59, 73, 76, 94, 98 (2), 115, 246.

-, Duke of, 457, 468, 481, 485 (2), 486, 490, 493, 499, 503, 508, 509, 550, 553, 562.

-, -, principal Secretary of State, 447.

-, -, 3,000l. to, 454.

-, -, 10,000l. for secret service, 511.

Shuckburgh or Shukburgh, John, Esq., J.P,, a Protestant, attended the King on his march from the west, petition of, 321 (2).

Shute, Samuel, petition of, 401.

Sick, nourishment for the, (army), 291.

Sick and wounded seamen and prisoners of war, charges, 8, 11, 43.

-, -, seamen and exchange of prisoners, Comrs of, memorials, &c. as to their pressing wants, 178, 232, 234, 237, 238 (2), 239, 240, 241, 247, 249, 255, 260, 261, 262, 277 (2), 278, 297, 307, 310, 319, 324, 326, 327, 328 (3), 339, 356, 365, 374, 448, 452, 463, 556.

-, -, -, their exigency to despatch surgeons, 237.

-, -, -, required to be on the coast while the fleet was at sea, 238.

-, -, -, 30,000l. due, &c., unless paid, the seamen would not be quartered, and the hospital at Plymouth could not be carried on, 238.

-, -, -, one of the Board at Portsmouth, 239.

-, seamen, estimate of arrears of, 239.

-, the charge of Irish prisoners at the Savoy, 241.

-, French prisoners, 247, 249, 255.

-, the Savoy prisoners, 255.

-, one reduced so low by subsisting the prisoners that he would have liquidated his accounts in the Thames, 255.

-, put on shore at Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands, 259.

-, seamen in the West Indies, 263, 270.

-, their debt for French prisoners, the agents much starve the prisoners or let them go at large, 264.

-, ask for tallies on East India goods, 266.

-, debts to, from the navy and victualling, 279.

-, arrears 42,660l. 1s.d., the inhabitants of Portsmouth, &c. swore that no seaman should have relief till they were paid, 283.

-, the difficulties of supporting the seamen at Gosport, &c., 286.

-, the debt upwards of 45,000l., numbers must perish in the approaching action if set on shore at Portsmouth, Dartmouth, Plymouth, &c., 294.

-, the nurses refused to receive any more sick at Portsmouth, Gosport, &c., till their arrears were paid, 295.

-, at Portsmouth, Gosport, Dartmouth, &c. quarters not to be procured, and seamen daily sent ashore in great numbers, 296.

-, the poor people at Portsmouth and Gosport almost distracted, other places had not received a farthing, and would not quarter a man, 301.

-, the men would be exposed to perish without or starved within doors, 303, 319.

-, sums paid to, by the treasurer of the navy, 303.

-, numbers would be put on shore at Dover, Deal, Chatham, and Rochester, 7,200l. were unpaid to the quarters none would advance on the tallies, they must starve in the streets, 318.

-, the quarterers at Rochester would not accept the tallies at any rate, 321.

-, unless there was a suitable supply, the sick at Plymouth, Rochester, &c. must want bread, &c., 326.

-, the gaolers, agents, nurses, &c. complain; 5,000l. must be paid immediately, or the sick and prisoners must starve, 330.

-, the people peremptorily refuse to give meat or drink, 332.

-, the arrears 35,552l. 9 s.d., 348.

-, an establishment of 2,000l. a month prayed for, 352.

-, the Irish prisoners at Plymouth can no longer be kept alive, no money received for several months, 354.

-, the debt, 365.

-, 10,000l. prayed for to pay for quarters at Portsmouth, 368.

-, the men from the fleet would find cold entertainment unless the quarters were paid for at Portsmouth, &c., 371.

-, as to a prison at the old mills near Plymouth, 380.

-, the cries of the poor people at Plymouth, &c. in a small measure assuaged, but they were continual at Rochester, &c., no money for the prisoners for a year, and the 700 prisoners were famished, 385.

-, estimate, 411.

-, debt to workmen for making the prison in the Savoy, 421.

-, estimate, 422.

-, 16,000l. prayed for, 450.

-, 4,000l. for, 452.

-, estimate for a new prison at Plymouth, 463.

-, order to pay, 503.

-, the seamen and prisoners at Plymouth must starve, for there was not 5l. to subsist them, 522.

-, there were 700 sick at Torbay who could not be provided, 523.

-, moneys disbursed on account of the “Content” and “Trident” prizes, 536.

-, state of the account of, 550.

-, not a shilling for the daily expense of the prisoners, &c., they must be set at liberty and the seamen starved, 556.

Sidney, Lord, see Sydney.

Signet, clerks of, 210.

-, Office, 271, 311.

-, books of, 6.

Silesia, 347.

Silk, 121, 165.

Silks, East India, forfeited, 194.

-, imposition on, 393.

-, Italian thrown, 139.

-, -, raw, seized, 549.

-, landed on the coast of Kent, 381.

-, from Leghorn, of the growth of Asia, 488.

-, old fashioned, 360.

-, wrought, 360.

-, Persian, bought in Holland, 409.

-, raw and thrown, 47.

-, seizure of, 259, 278.

-, trade, 456.

-, at Turin, 3s. 6d. a yard (Customs), 406.

Silver and silver ore, 323, 374.

-, exportation of, 138.

-, scarcity of, 464, 466.

Simpson, Humphrey, of London, merchant, petition of, 67.

-, Joshua, to reside at Herne as riding surveyor, 383.

-, Lancelot, gent., petition of, as to lands in the honour of Penreth, &c., 292.

Sinckler, John, master of the George of Belfast, 413 (2).

Sizer, Mr., 477.

Skeffington, Col., 171.

Skelton, Lieut.-Col. John, petition of, 511.

Skipton, 100.

Skinner, [ ], 49.

Skinners' Hall, engines and tools there, 28 (2), 29.

Slane, Lord, 330.

Slaney, Abel, proposes to make halfpence and farthings, 366, 416.

Slaughter, Col., governor of New York, 223.

Slaves, negro, 8.

Sligo, co. of, 458.

-, the establishment for, 511.

-, the houses beaten down, a house built for the customs and excise, &c., 319.

-, the garrison of, 510.

-, -, reduced, 474.

-, the port, &c. of, 555.

Slingsby, Jeremiah, (Mint). 329, 513.

Sloughter, H., 118.

Smalley, Mr., 64.

“Smalts,” 56.

-, customs on, 132, 134, 382.

-, potashes and barillia, the farm of, in the port of London, 212.

Smeaton, Thomas, messenger at the Treasury chambers, petition of, 38.

Smith, Mr. Aaron, [Treasury solicitor], 72, 74, 78, 96, 97, 116, 118, 129, 132, 134, 154, 159 (2), 163, 166, 177, 190, 199, 207, 212 (2), 257, 272, 280 (2), 299, 300, 322, 332, 337, 347, 350, 366, 374, 375 (2), 421, 431, 435 (2), 436 (2), 439, 454, 455, 490, 496, 538.

-, -, memorial of, 129 (2), 223, 228, 240, 243, 264, 364, 373.

-, -, had not received his salary for three years, 373.

-, -, expenses of prosecutions, &c., 468.

-, -, had to borrow to carry on his duty, 468.

-, -, attending the Exchequer Office about striking the jury for the trial between their Majesties and the Duke of Beaufort and others, 234, 235.

-, -, presses for money, 235, 240.

-, -, sends an account of inquisitions returned to the Exchequer, 240.

-, -, a receiver of revenue in co. Middlesex, 366.

-, David, petition of, (Customs, tobacco), 423.

-, James, customer of the port of Chichester, petition of, 50.

-, John, receiver of land revenue (Middlesex), petition of, &c., 314, 366.

-, John, gent., receiver general of Norfolk and Huntingdon, 31.

-, J., [a lord of the treasury], 415.

-, Mr. John, 444.

-, John, Esq., 562.

Smith or Smyth, Mr., 353, 452 (2).

-, one, a player, 170.

-, Sir Robert, 345.

-, Mr. Simon, 384.

-, Thomas, 240.

-, William, a prisoner for fraud (Customs), petition of, 159.

-, -, lessee of Hanbury Park, 398.

-, -, a reduced merchant, imprisoned for debt, 317.

-, -, petition of, 340.

-, 243l. 11s. to one of that name, 511.

Smithesby, Mr. James, agent to a regiment of foot, petition of, 129.

Smithfield, East, 167.

Smithsby, Rabsy, petitions for grant of lands in Barton, &c., co. Lincoln, 532.

Smugglers, 147.

Smyrna frigate, 159, 185.

Snagg, Mr., the proposal of, to coin and vend tin farthings, 224.

Snaphans, 426. [Snap-hance is a firelock, see Bailey's Dictionary.]

Snow, the deepness of, 218.

Snow, William, 374.

Soames, Mr., 344.

Soap, 191, 244.

Solard, Joshua, petition of, 93.

Soldiers, 11, 75, 86, 91, 103, 192, 257, 260, 345, 353, 358 (2).

-, see also Irish army and Irish soldiers.

-, for Ireland, 2 (2).

-, payments to, 2.

-, dismissed, to commit no disorder in their way homeward, 2.

-, to give notice to lieutenants, &c. and to be ready for future service, 2.

-, demands of, 32.

-, for Barbadoes, 2l. 10s., 3l., 5l., 6l. a head demanded for carriage of, 193.

-, for the Leeward Islands, rate of passage and provisions 5l. a head, 193.

-, cost of sending from Leith to Mooredijck in Holland 1l. per head and 4l. per horse, 203, 204.

-, -, 21s. and 4l., 206.

-, -, from Hull to Holland, the men 15s. a head and the horses 3l. 10s. each, 208.

-, billeted at Plymouth, 539.

-, victualling, 549.

Solicitor General, the, or Mr. Solicitor, 11, 55, 82, 111, 165, 191, 221, 254, 257, 278 (2), 279, 377, 384, 444, 520, 526, 533 (2).

-, for Ireland, 302, 303, 304 (3), 321, 330, 347, 355, 435 (2).

-, see Trevor and Ireland.

Somers, Sir J., solicitor-general, 74, 82, 128, 166, 191, 221.

-, -, late solicitor-general, 254.

-, Sir John, attorney general, 246, 254, 256, 263, 364, 384, 416.

-, -, late attorney-general, 408.

Somerset House, encroachments on, 384.

Somerset, ports of, the stay of ships and mariners, 1.

Somersetshire, 92, 195, 294, 317, 546.

-, mine in, 373, 374.

Somervale, Major, 184.

Somerville, Thomas, 47 (2).

Sotherne or Southerne, J., or Mr., [secretary of the Admiralty], 113, 159, 302, 366.

South, Thomas, a landwaiter (London), petition of, 476.

Southampton, 23, 301, 313, 429, 554.

-, the port of, 1, 54, 74, 104.

-, the county of, 58.

-, petition of the sheriff of, 568.

South Seas, 335.

Southwark, the bailiffs of, appropriate clippings, 536.

Southwell, the chapter of the collegiate church of, petition of, 417.

Southwell, Sir Robert, Secretary of State for Ireland, 118.

-, Sir Robert, 232, 375, 527.

-, Thomas, Bart., imprisoned at Galway, &c., petition of, 153.

Sowlade, Lewis, a French Protestant, imports certain stockings, petition of, 200.

Spain, 33, 72, 191, 295, 324, 335, 470 (2), 475.

-, the King of, 6.

Spalding, 464.

Spanish ambassador, the, 200, 210 (2), 493, 543.

-, -, petition of, 324.

Spanish ambassador's secretary, memorial of, &c., 521, 543.

-, wrecks, 398.

Sparrow, Mr., Joseph, petition of, 563.

-, Richard, servant to the groom porter, petitions for dues to him for attending the House of Peers and the Prince of Baden, 454.

Speaker, Mr., 495.

Specie, payment in, 348.

Speedwell, the, of Brighton, 36.

Speke, Hugh, Esq., memorial of, (Customs), 445.

Spencer, the Rt. Hon. Robert, Esq., 10, 13, 14.

Spendlove, Francis, controller of customs in the port of Yarmouth, petition of, 73.

Spices, 47.

Spies, 298.

Spirits imported, 391.

Spitalfields, 360.

Spithead, 208.

Spruce canvas, 309.

Squib, Mr., 89, 202, 220.

-, -, captives' money collected by brief, 389 (2).

Squibbe, Mr. Robert, at the Treasury Office, 116.

Stables, establishment of, 15.

-, the King's or royal, 31, 137 (2).

-, mourning for the, 425.

-, salaries of persons in the royal, 49, 50.

-, in Holland, Flanders, and England, the debt of the, 425.

Stack, Edmund, clerk of the securities, a Roman Catholic, 97.

Stafford, the Lord, trial of alluded to, 276.

Staffordshire, 58, 62, 65, 89, 151, 170, 305, 349 (2), 351.

-, the Comrs of, [? subsidy], 351, 417.

Staggins, Doctor Nicholas, master of music, as to his allowance of 200l. per ann., petition, &c., 311.

Stamford, the Earl of, 455 (2).

Stancombe, Henry, of Bristol, grocer (Customs), petition of, 342, 446.

Standard pieces of gold and silver, 23.

Standley, Mr., of the “Paper office,” 561.

Stanley, Col., the regiment of, 371.

Stannaries, 17, 18 (2), 28.

-, custom of the, 17, 18.

-, court of, 17 (2), 524.

-, laws and regulations of, 18, 524.

-, the rights and customs of, some said were obsolete, 17.

Stannary towns, 17.

-, mint, 28.

Stannators, 19.

Stanning, Sir Nicholas, vice-warden of the Earl of Bath, 20.

-, -, deputy governor [of Plymouth], 63.

Stanvod or Stanford rivers, Essex, 290.

Stanyan, Capt., of Col. Byerly's regiment, 211.

Stapeley, Sir John, 438.

Stapleton, John, master of the ship Conquest (transport), petition of, 289.

Staremberg, the Countess of, going to Holland, 115.

Starke, Thomas, merchant (tobacco from Virginia), petition of, 282.

Starkey, Henry, memorial of, (Customs?), 454.

-, John, jun., son of John Starkey, an exile in Holland, petition of, &c., 65, 66.

State, Act of, (Ireland), 4.

-, matters of, 227.

States General of the United Provinces, 43, 123.

Stationer, His Majesty's, 470.

Stationers in London and Westminster, petition of, 369.

-, -, a hundred would be ruined if allowance were not made them, 370.

Stationery stores, 89, 152, 204, 242, 488.

Statute as to earthenwares, 418.

Stede, Col., receiver of casual revenue in Barbadoes, 135, 220.

-, Edwin, Esq., Comr of the duty of 4½ per cent. in the island of Barbadoes, or Comrs of Customs, 256, 272.

Steed, Sir Edwin, governor of the island of Barbadoes, judge of the Court of Admiralty, and receiver-general of the casual revenues there, petition of, 398.

Stedman, Mary, 349.

Steenkirk, mention of the battle of, 396.

Stein, Jean Gasper, [or John Jasper], secretary of the Danish forces, petition of, 161.

-, -, secretary of the Prince of Wirtemberg, petition of, 420.

Steinbrock, Col., 333.

Stephens, Mr., 54.

-, [ ], (Customs), admonished for negligence, 355.

-, Mr. Robert, messenger of the press, had seized treasonable libels, &c., and persons concerned in them, petition of, 439.

Stepkin or Stepkins, Peter, Esq., 168, 256.

-, -, and another, petition of, 300.

Stepney, John, 262.

Steuart, Stewart, or Stuart, Brigadier, the regiment of, 187 (2), 203, 498.

-, -, clothing contract, 426 (2).

-, -, military services of, in Ireland, memorial of, 249.

-, Wm., Brigadier, 349, 428.

-, Col. and Brigadier, his pay, petition of, 211.

-, -, five companies raised by him, 212.

Stuart, Col., 176.

-, Alexander, deputy lieutenant of ordnance, in Ireland, committed to prison, &c., asks for forfeited lands, 501.

Steventon, Mr. John, agent, in the Fleet, 447.

Still houses, 483.

Stock, Mr. Abraham, of Dover, 130.

Stockdale, Mr., 360 (2).

Stockholm, 131, 180.

-, the King's agent at, 548.

Stockings, Jersey, 200.

Stockport, 339.

Stocks, joint, 365.

Stockwith and East Stockwith, co. Lincoln, the freeholders and inhabitants, petition of, 129, 130 (2).

Stoke Newington, 157.

Stokes Bay, 282.

Stole, groom of the, 257.

Stone, alias Pierre, Francis, forfeited estate of, 449, 450.

Stonehouse, Plymouth, 224.

Stopford, Mary, widow of James Stopford, lands in Ireland, petition of, 221.

Storck, Derick, body coachman to the King, petition of, 57.

Stores for the navy, see Navy.

Story, Mr., (Excise), 474, 475 (2).

-, Richard, one of the tenants of the estate of the Lord Preston, in Cumberland, 421.

-, Mr. Samuel, at the African House, Leadenhall Street, 421.

Storey, or Story, William, land of, (St. James's Park), 294.

-, -, the house of, (St. James's Park), 304.

-, -, keeper and feeder of the birds and beasts in St. James's Park, petition of, (arrears), 416.

Straits, the, 98, 388, 392, 543.

-, ships gone to the, 368.

-, bomb ships for the, 424.

-, regiments gone to the, 447.

-, expedition to the, 498.

-, squadron, the, 547.

Stralsound, 167.

Strangways, Captain William, killed at Athlone, 313.

Strata Marcella, in co. Montgomery, 280.

Stratford, Francis, (army payments), 516.

Strathnaver, Lord, memorial of, 363.

Streete or Street, William, mayor of Chester, 46, 59.

Strickland, Sir Roger, inquisition on, 240.

-, -, estate of, 518.

-, William, a Comr of the Revenue in Ireland, memorial of, 570.

Strode, Col. John, 13 (2), 14.

-, Richard, Esq., petition of, seeks satisfaction for a piece of ground at Plymouth, 206.

Strong, John, 328.

-, William, Esq., 463.

Strut, Francis, gent. (Papists' estates), petition of, 372.

Studholme, Capt., 325.

-, -, Michael, 332.

Stuffs, 204.

-, forfeited, 560.

Styver, Thomas, memorial of, 315.

Subsidies and forage, 514 (2).

Subsidy, Act of, 318.

-, 417, 453.

Subsistence, 358 (3), 367 (2).

Success frigate, the, cast away on the coast of Cuba, 500.

Suffolk, the vice-admiral of, 236, 239.

Sugar, 47, 320, 335, 336, 386, 439, 444, 548.

-, Barbadoes, 47.

-, Jamaica, 47.

-, Muscovado, 140, 277.

-, Surinam Muscovado, 92, 103, 140.

-, new impositions on, 124, 356.

-, refiners, the case of the, 213.

Suits, carrying on, 81.

Sunderland, the Earl of, 29, 209.

-, 100, 103.

Supervisors of the tin blowing houses, 17 (2), 76.

-, (Excise), 75, 92.

Surgeon of regiment, 62 (2).

Surgeons, 291.

-, to be despatched by Comrs of sick and wounded seamen, 237.

Surinam, 92, 103, 140,

Surrey, 132, 157, 220, 374, 490, 510.

-, bailiwick of, called Bagshot bailiwick, in the forest of Windsor, 33.

-, the sheriff of, 207.

Survey, see Braden.

Surveyor, the, 374.

-, the deputy, 227.

-, general, 5, 15, 50, 84, 100, 128, 129, 141, 151, 163, 175, 185, 252, 492, 537.

-, -, see Travers.

-, general's office, the perquisites in the, 364.

-, general of revenue (Ireland), a paper on the usefulness of, by Mr. Francis Babe, 402, 403.

-, -, (Customs) in the port of London, 338.

-, -, (Forests), 141, 143, 170.

-, -, of the King's lands, 269.

-, by patent, 330.

-, of woods, 269.

-, -, north of Trent, 388, 390.

-, of works, see Works.

Surveyors, the Court of General, 269.

Suspicious persons secured by the riding officers of the customs on the coast of Kent, 238.

Sussex, 48, 77, 195, 252, 491, 537, 538.

-, the coast of, prevention of correspondence from, 300, 564.

Sutlers, 391 (2), 397.

Suttcliffe, Matthew, (transport ships), 487.

Sutton-at-Hone, the lathe of, 157.

Sutton, William, and others, (relief from the white halfpence and farthings,) petition of, 571.

Swan (pink), goods on board the, 105.

Swansea, the port of, 460.

Swanton, Mr. Thomas, collector of Falmouth, 61.

Sweden, 20, 131, 132.

-, the King of, 172.

-, the Court of, 548.

-, the factors in, (naval commodities), 505.

Swedish money, 249.

-, ships from Gottenboro', 404.

Sweetmeats, 173, 532.

Swift, the ship, 273.

Sword blades, 73.

-, -, the Governor and Company for making, petition of, 456.

-, -, imported, 456.

-, cutler, 73.

Sydmouth, 465.

Sydney, Lord, 202, 472.

-, Henry Viscount, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 262, 263, 269, 276, 278, 279 (2), 286, 297, 302, 303, 304 (2).

-, Viscount, 361; see also Romney.

Symcock, Capt., commander of the Berwick, 542.

Sympson, William, petition of, 313.

Synopsis, the, by Mr. Pool, 290.

Syrups for making roll tobacco, 108.



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