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'Index: U, V', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 660-661. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79508 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Ulster, the hearth money of, 401 (2), 410.

Umfrey, Mrs. Ann, widow (arrears to her husband), petitions of, 485.

Umfreys, Capt. Finch, 485.

Undertakers for clothing, 412.

Underwood, John, 245.

-, Robert or Mr., [riding officer of Customs on the coast of Kent], 237, 238.

Upcott, William [or Captain], of Truro, in the co. of Cornwall, Esq., one of the four supervisors of the tin blowing houses, 76, 231.

Upnor, the storekeeper at, 388.

Upperthird, barony of, (co. Waterford), 425.

Upton, John, of London, merchant (Customs), 36.

-, -, petition of, 567.

-, Mr., late tide surveyor of Falmouth, 128.

-, Ambrose, merchant, petition of, 276.

Usher, Mr., receiver-general of New England, 82.

Ustick, Henry, Esq., 256, 420.

-, Mr., (Customs), 423.

Uttlesford, see Freshwell.

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Vachell, Capt. William, wounded at Camaret Bay (arrears due), petition of, 439.

Valduc, the camp at, letter dated at, 369.

Vanbrugh, William, petitions of, &c., 89, 151 (2), 312.

Van der Esch, Mons. Jacob, or Jacob, Esq., 99, 138, 443.

-, -, memorial of, 387.

Van der Esche, the Comr, [? for Dutch forces], 365.

-, -, his clerk, 413, 443.

Vanderlin, Capt. Adrian, petition of, 391.

Vane, see Fane.

Van Homrigh, see Homrigh.

Van Odyke, Herr, (transport of forces), 526.

Vaughan, the Lady Frances and the Lady Althamia, 202.

-, Lieut.-Col., (pension), 415.

Vawser, William, collector of hearth money, a defaulter, 361.

Vellum, duties on, 405.

-, Comrs for the duties on, 408.

Venice, 315, 511.

-, envoy extraordinary to, 177.

Venner, Col., 307 (2), 327.

Ventry (Ireland), an East India ship on shore there, 463.

Vere, Charles, brewer, and partners, petition of, 362.

Verhorst, Arnold, secretary of war to the Dutch forces, petition of, 365.

Vernon, Colonel, 151, 428.

-, Edward, Esq., 151, 398.

-, Mr. James, or James, Esq., 388, 413, 538, 544 (2), 560.

-, John, (Customs), petition of, 558.

-, -, of Dublin, merchant, petition of, 59, 283.

-, Mr., 298, 511, 520, 542, 562.

-, “old Mr.,” (Dublin), prayed a suspension of execution or he must rot in gaol, 283.

-, Thomas, of London, merchant, and another, petition of, (Customs), 453.

Verson, Engle, petition of, 66.

Vessels for Flanders, 94.

Vicar-general of the Bishop of Ross, 147.

Vickars or Vickers, Mr. James, his vessel seized, &c., petition, &c., 296, 307 (2), 308.

-, -, his salary, 307.

Vickers, Mr. James, manager of mail packet boats, petition of, 534.

-, Mr., 114, 117.

Victuallers at a stand for money, 564.

Victualling, Comrs for, and victualling office, 122, 124 (2), 164, 169, 178 (2), 180, 240, 270, 275, 279, 282, 429, 434, 484, 553, 566.

-, -, the credit of the office lost, 560.

-, -, press for money, 560, 566.

-, -, 20,000l. wanted weekly, 566.

-, -, to do their utmost, 566.

Victualling and provisions, 2, 13, 141 (2), 143, 161, 162, 164, 175, 176, 186, 257, 258, 275, 300, 306, 307, 316, 327, 330, 331, 345, 349, 422, 427, 429, 439, 447 (2), 448 (2), 452, 522, 545, 553, 555, 560; see also Navy.

Victualling, contractors for, 11.

-, the Navy, Comrs for, 387 (2).

-, petition for, 119.

-, office, 31, 149.

-, -, a house held of St. Bartholomew's Hospital near Rochester, to be turned into a, 427.

Vienna, 393.

Villiers, Capt. Henry, 109.

-, -, of Brigadier Steuart's regiment, petition of, 203.

-, -, allowed on the musters of Ireland though serving as governor of Tinmouth, 204.

-, Colonel George, petition of, 32.

-, Brigadier, 348, 434, 544.

-, Edward, 436.

-, or Villers, Colonel, the regiment of, 205, 212, 244, 312.

-, the Hon. Edward FitzGerald, the regiment of, 271.

-, the Right Hon. the Lord Viscount, (repairs in Hyde Park,) 447 (2).

Vincent, Capt. Walter, memorial of, 157.

Vinegar, 59.

-, native and foreign, and vinegar makers, &c., 413.

Virginia, 102 (2), 137 (3), 155, 160, 169, 245, 268, 348 (2), 354 (2), 560.

-, merchants trading to, petition of, 458.

-, the governor of, 402, 471.

-, the General Assembly, memorials of, seek to erect a grammar school and college in that colony, 205.

-, merchants, &c., memorial, 226.

-, the Assembly of, Acts passed in, 225.

-, wharves and quays proposed to be built, 225.

-, 25 per cent. proposed to be laid on furs, and 7½ per cent. on woollen goods, 225.

-, the Assembly there, 323, 385, 471.

-, “poor souls in want of necessaries,” 137.

-, Act for settling ports there, 170.

-, proposed survey of woods there, 203.

-, merchants and traders to, 226, 426, 427, 458.

-, quit rents of, 231.

-, trade to, destroyed, 354.

-, fleet or vessels employed on the coast of, 356, 396, 402.



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