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Taghmon, co. Westmeath, 491.

Tailer, William, 84, 128, 129.

-, -, deputy auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 231, 282, 287, 524.

-, -, deputy surveyor, 206, 227, 242, 251, 278, 283.

Talbot, Capt., of Tangier, 152 (2).

-, G., envoy extraordinary at Venice, 177.

-, Sir G., resident and envoy at Venice, petition of, 315.

-, James, forfeited for treason, 352.

-, Sir John, 344.

-, Thomas, Esq., 227.

-, Mr. William, 137.

Talbot, His Majesty's ship the, captured, &c., 320.

Tallies, 14 (2), 23 (3), 178 (2), 186, 188 (4), 196, 241, 247, 249, 270, 271, 273, 287, 289 (2), 290, 300, 312, 318, 321, 323, 325, 329, 339, 346, 348, 351, 365, 368, 375, 388, 391, 393, 397, 414, 418 (2), 420, 425, 426, 431, 433, 443, 445 (2), 446, 448 (2), 450 (2), 454, 461, 480, 503 (2), 504, 511, 512, 514, 515 (2), 516, 517 (2), 519, 522, 526, 532, 534 (2), 535, 542, 546, 548, 550, 552, 566.

-, Exchequer, 24, 236.

-, for off-reckonings, 175.

-, at 20 per cent. discount, 326.

-, at 25 and 30 per cent. discount, 397.

-, at 20 and 22 per cent. discount, 433.

-, at 10 per cent. discount, 539.

-, at 28 per cent. discount, 552.

-, useless, 424, 426.

-, could not be discounted, 503.

-, -, under 25 or 30 per cent., 547.

-, levied without fees, 569.

-, of pro, 423.

Tallman, Mr., (Works), 86, 87 (8).

-, William, controller of works, 183.

Tallow, the town of, (in Ireland), 220.

Tally Court, the officers and clerks of the, petition of, 569.

Talmach, Lieut.-General, the expedition under, 488.

Talman, Mr., a patent officer (Customs), 262.

Tanckard, Capt. Chr., 55.

Tanckred, Christopher, Esq., master the King's “flight hounds,” memorial of, (arrears), 423.

Tangier, garrison, &c. of, 11, 152 (2).

Tapestries or tapestry hangings, 77, 308 (2).

-, -, memorial concerning, 176.

Tar, 346, 503, 505.

Taragh, 221.

Tarring, 537.

Tatham, Richard, of Causfield, 546.

Tathwell, Christopher, master of a ship from Jamaica, petition of, 157.

Tatton, Lieut.-Col. William, his losses in the expedition to the Straits, petition of, 498.

Taunton, 546.

Tavistock, 30.

Taxes on salaries, 49, 109, 134, 331, 337.

-, 82, 221, 389, 419 (2), 421, 427, 466, 497, 505, 568 (2).

-, 12d. in the pound, 100 (3), 103, 104, 105, 107, 119.

-, 2s. in the pound, 105.

-, 2d. in the pound for collection of, 106.

-, of 3s. in the pound, 110.

-, of 2s. and 1s. [in the pound], 116, 122, 125 (2), 126, 138, 201, 215.

-, the 3s. aid, 126, 151.

-, collectors of, 189.

Taxes or aids, the expenses of bringing them to the Exchequer, 202.

-, the land tax and the poll tax, 249.

-, 4s. in the pound, 287.

-, the collection of, hindered by the bad money, 466.

-, robbery of, 472.

-, on remission of, 562.

-, the agents for bringing in, 124, 125, 126, 201, 216, 292, 293, 294, 297, 309, 317, 340 (2), 343, 349, 368 (2), 381, 492, 527.

-, -, memorial of, 481.

Tayer, Robert, a customer of the port of Chichester, 54.

Taylder, Thomas, and Avice, his wife, tried for fraud; say the judge directed the jury to find them guilty as fanatics and frequenting conventicles, petition of, 254.

Taylor, John, merchant, (navy supplies, &c.), petition of, &c., 132, 357, 404, 457.

-, -, landwaiter in the port of London, petition of, 261.

-, -, of London, merchant, (import and export of tobacco), petition of, 521.

-, Thomas, Esq., 22 (2).

-, -, proposed purveyor of works, 319.

Taylour, Jo., 448, 461, 501.

-, Mr., (Customs), 277.

Tea, 132, 133 (2), 137, 316.

-, imported from India, memorial as to, 213.

-, the worst as good as that used in coffee houses for making single tea, 214.

-, sold by the candle [i.e. by auction], 12s. a pound, 214.

Teale, Isaac, apothecary-general, petitions of, &c., 217, 488.

-, -, performed the duties of Dr. Lower for two campaigns in Ireland, 218.

-, Richard, of Cheltenham (Gloucester), miller, petition of, 176.

Teddington, manor of, office of bailiff and collector of rents, 33.

Teller, the, 389.

Tellers, the, 249.

-, [Exchequer], one of the hired, 521.

-, the receiver's teller, 521.

Tempest [ ], 63.

-, Mr. John, a customer at Hull, a prisoner in the Gate House, Westminster, 117 (2).

-, -, a patent customer, 131.

-, Michael, 321.

-, William, petition of, 144.

Temple, Henry, petition of, 439.

Temple, the, 420.

Templeoge, alias Tameloge, manor, castle, &c., of, co. Dublin, 352.

Tenant right, 520.

Tenby, 553.

Tench, Thomas, 402.

Tenders, hiring, 522.

Tenths, 341, 412.

Tents, &c. for the army, 187.

-, -, burnt, 347.

Terlemont, the action at, 334.

Terringham, Ed., gent., keeper of the Middle Walk in the Great Park of Windsor, 192.

Terrington, the Earl of, 28.

Test, the, 65, 94, 564.

Tewkesbury, 330.

-, Baron of, 467.

Thames, the [river], 28, 169, 223, 226, 227, 248, 255, 257, 265, 572.

Thanet, the Isle of, the lands there fallen from 20s. to 16s. an acre, 293.

Thieves, taking, 520.

Thody, William, collector of hearth money, imprisoned, petition of, 351.

Thomas, Abel, quartermaster, petition of, 322.

-, Ann, widow of Capt. Gilbert Thomas, late provost-marshal general of the forces, who was killed at the camp of Dundalk, petition of, 152.

-, Arnold, late an ensign in Col. Sankey's regiment, petitions of, 434, 435.

-, Mr. Charles, receiver-general of the casual revenue of Barbadoes, 530, 532.

-, -, controller of the treasury at Barbadoes, 530.

-, -, fees due to, 532.

-, -, sends sweetmeats to Mr. Lowndes, and intended to send all sorts of sauces to him, 532.

-, Capt. Henry, kept close prisoner in the Gate House for a year by Cromwell, petition of, 219.

-, -, his brother a prisoner in the Tower, 219.

-, -, banished to Barbadoes, 219.

-, Margaret, widow, petition of, 233.

-, William, petition of, 154.

Thompson, a mason, 87.

-, Edward, [one of the aldermen of York], (Mint, York), 539, 540, 543, 554.

-, -, had pawned his credit, 548.

-, -, imputations on, 554.

-, John, (paper duty), petition of, 334.

-, -, solicitor for the taxes in London, &c., memorial of, 336.

-, Robert, a groom of the Privy Chamber, petition of, 338.

Thomson, Mr., 535.

Thorald or Thorold, Anthony, late collector of customs at Lyme, petition of, 183.

-, -, -, imprisoned, 310 (3).

Thornbury, Timothy, 49.

Thornhill, Capt. John, petition of, 313.

Thornton, Frances, widow, petition of, 83 (2).

-, Francis, son of Capt. William, who was controller of customs at Hull, and was plundered for his loyalty to King Charles I., petition of, 314.

-, Capt. Thomas, murdered by Charles Macarty, 315.

Thorowgood, Mr., 144 (2).

Thorpe, manor of, office of steward of, 33.

Thread, 391.

Thurles, fortifications of, 350.

Thursby, Mr. Serjeant, 50, 75.

Ticket office, 403.

Tickets for clipt money had currency in payments, 548.

Tidesman or tidesmen, 61, 78.

-, London, regulations, 325.

Tide surveyors, 72 (3), 98, 142 (3).

Tidewaiters, 417 (2).

Tiffin, Col., the regiment of, 223, 241.

Tilbury, 392.

Tiley, William, 129.

Tillage, Act of, 342.

Tilson, Christopher, of St. Margaret's Westminster, gent., 374.

Tilt yard, 135.

Tily, Joseph, (Exchequer Bank at Exeter), 545.

Timber, 145, 149, 154, 347, 353, 428, 542, 560.

-, influence of soil on, 145.

-, winter and spring felled, 145.

-, (Ireland), pretension to, of Lord Bellamont, 561.

-, felling of, 9.

-, trees, sold as “dotards,” 207.

Tin, 6, 25, 27, 30, 83, 102 (2).

-, hot marks or signs to be entered in the book of marks, 17.

-, embezzlements of, 17 (2).

-, uncoined, to pay a fine of the full value of the tin, and forfeit the tin, 17.

-, in Cornwall, 22, 80, 86, 95.

-, calculation of, at 3l. 10s. per cwt., 25.

-, præ-emption of, 25 (4), 26 (4), 27 (5), 29.

-, -, memorial of the farmers of, 28.

-, the price of, 25.

-, at 4l. 10s. a cwt., 26.

-, affairs, 27.

-, partnership proposed with the King in the management, &c., 25 (2).

-, -, laid aside, 27.

-, to be brought to Liskeard, Lostwithiel, Truro, and Helston to be stamped, 26.

-, embezzlement of, prevented, 26.

-, the King's rights in, 26.

-, the King could take the whole at the market price, 26.

-, proposals about the, 26 (2), 28.

-, bought by Mr. Boscawen, 109.

-, English, 123.

-, sent to Holland, 123 (3).

-, four markets for, in the year, 123.

-, the price of, 64l. a ton, 224.

-, fraudulent kettles set up in private cellars at Fowey, Truro, and Penryn, 524.

-, stamped and unstamped, 524.

-, blowing houses of, 17, 76, 144.

-, -, supervisors of, petition, 17.

-, coinage of, and coinage duty of, 17, 22, 25 (2), 26 (2), 27 (2), 28, 31 (2), 95.

-, coinage of pence, halfpence, and farthings, 25, 26, 109.

-, coins, 28, 33, 49, 117.

-, the farm of, 20, 25, 27 (3), 28 (2), 30 (2).

-, farm, explanation of the Earl of Bath's proposal, 25.

-, -, the controller of, 29.

-, -, undertakers for, 28 (2).

-, farmers of the præ-emption and coinage duty of, 28, 31, 33.

-, farthings and halfpence, 21, 25, 111, 224, 365, 366, 555.

-, farthings, engines, &c. for, 28.

Tinmouth Castle, 386, 523.

-, the governor of, 204.

Tinners, 17, 20.

-, assembly of, 19.

-, convocation or parliament of, 17 (2), 18 (5), 24, 26 (3), 27, 30 (5).

-, -, of, at the old accustomed places, 18.

-, parliament of, in Devonshire, 20, 30.

-, payment of 3l. 10s. per cwt. to the, 22, 26, 27, 28, 30, 33.

-, privileges of, 30.

Tint or Tinte, Walter, the estate of, (Galway and Westmeath), 507, 556.

Tipping, Thomas, Esq. (Customs), 458 (2).

Tisdale, or Tisdall, James, Esq., lands of, (Ireland), 350 (2), 555.

Tisoe, rents of, 421.

Tiverton, 546.

Tobacco, 4, 40, 46, 52, 59, 73, 94, 102, 147 (2), 159, 166, 255, 282, 284, 297, 317, 323, 338, 342, 386, 423, 424, 433, 446, 521.

-, customs duties, additional duties, new imposts, &c. on, 124, 338, 343, 356, 374, 407, 427 (3), 463, 468, 470, 528, 558.

-, -, petition as to, 485.

-, duties on, 2s. a hogshead, 7, 102.
-, 12d. hogshead, 193.
-, 1d. a pound, 244.
-, 2s. a hogshead to the lord propretor of Maryland, 267.
-, 3d. a pound on, 458, 463.

-, patentee for retail of, 3.

-, authority to seize, 4.

-, the manufacture of roll, various particulars of, 51.

-, of English and foreign plantations, 70.

-, duty on, 70, 127.

-, Martinico, 70.

-, Virginia, 108, 156, 282.

-, -, and German, 51.

-, 10 per cent. on exportation deducted, reduced to 5 per cent., 108.

-, manufacture, &c. of, in danger of being lost, 108.

-, the brighter and darker sorts, 108.

-, rolled, to be exported without deduction, 108, 109.

-, grown contrary to law, destroyed, 176.

-, stalks, 189 (2), 339, 410.

-, in bulk, on the importation from Virginia and Maryland, 226, 471.

-, merchants (Virginia), 296, 458.

-, frauds in shipment of, 411.

-, on prevention of the growth of, in England, 411.

-, as to the restriction of the exportation of, to the port of Southampton, 429.

-, re-landed at Plymouth, 559.

Toby, John, petition of, 328.

Tokefield, George, petition of, 342.

Tomlins, Samuel, gent., 361.

Tomlinson, Benjamin, woollen draper (army clothing), 286.

-, -, petition of, 303.

Tonnage, 364, 539.

-, and poundage, 179, 342, 363, 379, 424, 426, 438.

Tonstall or Tunstall, B[arnaby], Esq., and Kath[erine] his wife, 161, 162.

Topham, Sir John, discoverer of concealed lands, 425.

-, -, advocate-general (Ireland), petition for a reward of his services, 565.

Topsham river near Exeter, 169.

Torbay, 317, 523.

Totness, 301.

Toulon, 325.

Tour, the President de la, 532.

Tower Hill, 362.

-, -, Little, 74 (2).

-, liberties, 74 (2).

-, [of London], the, 53, 108, 110.

-, -, the, prisoners in, 219, 330.

-, the mint at the, 376, 513, 555, 563.

-, -, tools delivered to the, 563.

Townsend, Geo., 430 (3).

-, Lawrence, Esq., an officer of the great wardrobe, 521.

Townsend, Thomas, clerk of the great ward robe, 5.

-, -, petition of, 162.

-, -, jun., 5.

Trade, interruption of, 121.

-, the general, 139.

-, of the kingdom generally carried on by men of substance, 229.

-, in the reign of Charles I. chiefly carried on by merchant strangers, and none to the East and West Indies and plantations, but now entirely in the hands of English merchants, 229.

-, the freer and more easy the more it flourishes, 229.

-, abuses in, 342.

-, commission for, 481.

-, and Navigation, Acts of, 297, 309, 396.

-, and plantations, Committee of, 12, 111, 205.

-, -, Lords of the Committee for, 230, 231, 266, 376, 386, 388, 391, 393, 394, 395, 398, 404 (2), 410, 456, 459, 471.

Trades, woollen manufacture gave life to all, 77.

Train, the Flanders, 413.

-, the, (Ireland), 168.

-, their Majesties sea-train, petition of of the officers of, 292.

-, (military), the, 411, 436.

Traitors, goods of, 436.

Transports or Transportation, the Comrs for, 120, 137, 149, 168, 170, 171, 172, 174, 175, 177, 179, 181, 184 (2), 185, 186 (3), 188, 193, 198, 199, 204, 205, 206, 207, 212, 214, 215 (2), 216 (2), 225, 227, 237, 258, 259, 260 (2), 261, 263 (2), 264, 265, 268 (2), 269, 270, 275, 289 (2), 300, 305, 310 (2), 319, 333, 353, 357, 362, 364, 367, 386, 387, 388, 389, 395, 403, 404, 406, 431, 446, 454, 458, 477, 487, 459, 504, 509, 542, 552, 554.

-, -, memorials of, 170, 173, 182, 183.

-, the Comrs of, press for money, 208, 213, 223.

-, -, the masters of ships refused to treat with them unless paid, 203, 223, 225.

-, -, their credit very low, 444.

-, -, pray for 2,000l. a week, 450.

-, -, memorial of, they could not dispose of the best tallies under 28 per cent. discount, 552.

-, -, had contracted for provisions for ready money, 552.

Transport debt, 415.

-, office, and officers of the, 143, 258, 346, 387, 396, 415.

-, -, estimate, 472.

-, service, 186, 189, 231, 289, 291, 351, 419, 459.

-, -, memorial, 188.

-, -, the cries of the poorer sort in this service very great, 186.

-, ships, measurement of, 174.

-, -, for the reduction of Ireland, distressed widows and others concerned in, petition of, 209.

-, of soldiers, see Soldiers.

Trant, Sir Patrick, 78, 166.

-, -, inquisition on, 240.

-, -, the estate of, 303.

Traveis, Samuel, 47.

-, Triall, fled from Dublin, 47.

Travelling charges 15s. a day, 429.

Travers, John, (transport service), petition, &c. of, 231, 290.

-, Samuel, Esq., petition of, 223.

-, S[amuel], Surveyor - General, 292, 294, 304, 328, 339, 351, 360, 372, 373, 377, 383, 408, 423, 436, 464, 498, 510, 532, 563.

-, -, relates his services, &c., 364.

Treasonable persons, &c., 439.

Treasure wasted, 3.

Treasurer, the Lord, 2, 8, 15, 17, 18 (5), 19 (3), 20, 209, 285, 524.

-, of England, the Lord High, (Thomas, Earl of Danby), 7, 8.

-, His Majesty's, 521.

-, see Howard, Navy.

-, of the chamber, see Chamber.

Treasury, the, 18, 19, 23, 83, 85, 116, 117, 155.

-, chambers, 13, 38, 39, 174, 198, 207, 258, 323, 405, 561, 567.

-, Lords Commissioners of the, petitions and reports to, allusions and references to, passim.

-, Comrs of, their answer to the Comrs of Public Accounts, 420.

-, First Lord of the, 6.

-, fees received by officers of the, 479, 567.

-, secretary of the, 318, 458, 499, 504 (2), 505, 507 (2), 512, 516, 517, 542, 557.

-, -, the four chief clerks of, petition of, (exemption of salaries from taxes), 543.

-, secretary to the Lords of the, see also Jephson, Guy, Lowndes.

-, (the building), 130.

-, in Edinburgh, the Lords of the, 284.

Treaties, with the Indians, 484.

Treaty between England and Denmark, reference to, 61.

-, of peace between the King and the Elector of Brandenburg, 131.

-, with Algiers, 482.

-, with the Indians, 484.

Treby, Sir George, attorney-general, 40, 58, 82, 95, 112, 122, 126, 151, 158, 166, 205, 213.

-, -, (opinion), 394.

-, Chief Justice, 535.

Tredenham, Sir Joseph, 61.

-, Seymour, Esq., petition of, 427.

Trelawny, O., commander of a regiment of foot, 185.

-, Charles, 505.

Trelawney, Col., the regiment of, going from Portsmouth to Ostend, 223, 226.

-, -, the regiment of, in the Downs, 257.

-, [Major-General,] the regiment of, 241, 275.

Trenchard, John, Esq., 60.

-, -, a serjeant-at-law, 42.

-, J., 358, 384.

-, Sir John, secretary [of State], 291, 370, 399, 444.

-, -, 310, 406.

Trent, the, 130.

-, North, 170.

-, this side of, 406.

Tresswell, Sir Daniel, Kt., 304.

-, Katherine, 304.

Trevanion, Charles, Esq. (lands, &c. in Cornwall), petition of, 287.

-, Hugh, 287.

Treverbin, manor of, (Cornwall), 287.

Trevers, John, 186.

Trevor, Sir Thomas, solicitor-general, 363, 366, 429, 443, 481.

-, -, attorney-general, 497.

Treweek, Mr. George, a supervisor of the tin blowing houses, 17 (3).

Treweeke, Nicholas, petition of, 107.

Trial pieces indented (Mint), 23.

Trim, the district of, (Ireland), 469.

Trinity House, 172 (2), 174, 177 (3).

Tripeman, the, (executed), clippings, &c. belonging to, 541.

Tripoli, 392.

-, presents of cloth, watches, &c. for, 464, 542 (3).

-, the Bassa Dey, Agha and Divan of, 392.

-, an inferior station to Algiers, 483.

-, the Dey of, 542.

Trivett, 221.

Trooper, rate of pay of a, 358.

Troopers who served in Ireland, petition of, 544.

Troops, 77.

-, in Scotland, 69, 74.

-, disbanded, 200.

-, see Soldiers.

Trott, Samuel, collector of Bermuda, complains of obstruction from the governor, petition of, 272.

Trotter, Mr., collector of Swansey or Swansea, 155.

Trueman, Thomas, gent., receiver-general of an aid, &c. for Nottingham and Leicester, petition of, 369.

Trumball or Trumbull, Mr. Secretary, or Sir William, 444, 453, 501, 545, 548, 558, 562, 563, 565, 572.

Trumpeters, 432.

-, liveries, &c. for, 487.

Truro, 26 (2), 524.

Trussell, John, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, gent., 32 (2).

Tuam, the Archbishop of, 375.

Tucker, Charles, 14.

-, J., 444.

-, M., 181.

Tuckers (fullers of cloth), 545 (2).

Tudbury, the honour and manor of, 151.

Tudsbury, William, woodward of the Hays of Birkland and Bilhay in the forest of Sherwood, petition of, 390.

Tufton, Dame Margaret, 427.

Tuington, manor of, 287.

Turin, mention of, 406.

Turkey, 191 (2).

-, goods and commodities, 453, 466.

-, merchants, petition of, 543.

Turner, John, tenant of a coal mine, petition of, 210.

-, Mr., 127.

-, Mr. William, 173.

-, -, one of the King's waiters in the port of London, petition of, 260.

-, -, 285.

-, Sir William, Kt., 181.

-, Samuel, receiver-general of hearth money in Northumberland and other northern counties, 284.

Turnmill Street, brewhouse in, 455.

Turpin, Mary, widow, petition of, 307.

Turton, Jo., 43.

-, Sir John, Baron of the Exchequer, 89, 255.

Tuscany, the Prince of, 384.

Tutbury, the honour of, 398.

Tuthill, Geo., of Exeter, merchant, petition of, as to his pension, 411.

Twitty, Charles, 397.

Tyndale, John, searcher (Bristol), petition of, 302.

-, -, in controversy with the merchants of Bristol, 302.

-, Thomas, (Customs), petition of, 248.

Tyne, the river, 227.

Tynte, Dame Penelope, executrix to her husband. Sir Hugh Tynte, Kt., mines, &c. in Farringdon manor, &c., petition of, 372.

Tyrconnel, the Earl of, or Lord, 39, 96, 219, 262.

-, the Earl of, his army, 72.

-, -, the forfeited estate of, 395.

Tyrer, Alderman, of Liverpool, 403.

Tyrrell, Charles, of Hanslop, Esq., King's waiter of the port of London, petition of. 343.

Tyrrell, Sir Edw., lands forfeited by, (Ireland), 479.

-, Mr. James, 343.

Tyrringham, Ed., gent., keeper of the Middle Walk of the Great Park of Windsor, petition of, 192.



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