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'Index: W', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 661-666. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79509 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Wade, William, tidesman in fee, 269.

Wages, 90, 137, 179, 188, 336, 353, 452, 504, 507, 524, 549, 553, 556.

-, of seamen, 14, 133.

-, an engineer 20s. a day, 350.

Waggon master general, 221.

Wagstaff, Jane, widow of Lieut. John Wagstaff, petition of, (arrears, army), 500.

Waiters, the King's, and the land waiters, their fees, &c., 526.

Wales, 48 (2), 93, 125, 249, 307, 322, 359, 437.

-, the auditor of, 254, 371.

-, deputy auditor of, 416, 470.

-, North, 295, 420, 447, 492.

-, -, and South, land revenue of, 369 (2).

-, the Prince of, born, 30, 437.

-, -, farthings, 109.

-, -, his revenue, 437 (2).

-, the president of, court held before the, 416.

-, South, the receiver-general of, 221.

-, -, receivers of, 292, 295, 511.

-, -, the revenues of, 222.

-, -, soldiers levied there, 2.

Walker, Mr. Thomas, (Customs), 465.

Wallbanck, Capt., a conspirator, 491.

Waller, John, of London, merchant, petition of, 458.

Wallingford House, near Whitehall, 385.

Wallis, Mr., (army agent), 154 (2).

Walsh, Robert, 490.

Walsingham, James, Esq., petition of, 431 (2).

-, Sir Thomas, Kt., 431.

Walters, Captain Joseph, commander of the Charles galley, petitions the Ordnance Office for guns delivered, 400.

Walton, 33.

-, Leigh, office of bailiff and collector at, 33.

Wandering persons, 4.

Wandesford, Sir Christopher, Bart., petition of, 393.

Wanly, Nicholas, a land waiter in the port of London, dismissed for not taking the test, memorial of, 564.

Wapping, hamlet of, 157.

War, the extraordinary charge of the, 534.

-, a council of, at Barbadoes, 452.

Warburton, George, Esq., deputy postmaster of Ireland, petition of, &c., 369, 412, 461, 486.

-, Mr., deputy of Mr. Oliver Lyme, controller of the port of Liverpool, 136, 145, 158 (2), 165.

-, Mr., clerk assistant to the House of Commons [Ireland], 467, 468.

-, Mr. Thos., 126.

Ward, Sir Edw. or Edward, Esq., attorney-general, 287, 308 (2), 310, 316 (2), 321, 352, 362, 363, 368, 372, 376, 383, 391, 398, 399, 408, 421, 429, 442, 446 (2).

-, John, Esq., J. P. for Middlesex and Westminster, petition of, 159 (2).

-, -, of London, merchant, petition of, 178.

-, Mr., a land surveyor in the port of London, 60.

Ward, Mr. John, agent of the Earl of Bath's regiment, petition of, 465.

-, Sir Patience, a Comr of Customs, the death of, 531 (2).

-, Thomas, master of a ship, petition of, 544.

-, -, (prunellos seized), 558.

Warden of the Stannaries, the Lord, 18, 26 (2).

Warders of the Tower, 432.

-, twenty, for Hillsborough Fort, 4.

Wardour, Mr. (? Exchequer), 494.

Wardrobe, the Great, instruction for the office of, 5.

-, -, and clerk of, 5, 12, 35, 162, 301 (2), 352, 432, 521, 542.

-, the removing, 429.

Wards, the Court of, at the end of Westminster Hall, 247.

Wareing, Capt. Walter, retired from Ireland to England from sickness, petition of, 267, 268.

Waring, James, 88.

-, John, a searcher of the port of Chester, petition of, 94.

-, Mr., collector of Deal, 346.

-, -, -, forcibly took wrecked goods from the serjeant of the Admiralty, 202.

Warner, Richard, (Customs), petition of, 323.

Warnford, Mr. Robert, 435.

Warrants, abstracts of, 334, 411.

Warren, Captain Christopher, customer and collector of the port of Plymouth, 63, 64 (5).

-, -, petition of, 34.

-, -, recommended to be suspended, 64.

-, Lieut. Thomas, 512.

-, William, fled from Dublin, 47, 52.

Warrington, the Earl of, the petition of, 147.

-, -, the pension of, petition, 282.

-, -, had been mayor of Chester, and had given 100l. for building a new hall there, 447.

Warrington, the ship, bought in Norway, &c., 422.

Warwick, 100, 321, 369, 389.

-, the town and borough of, petition of the inhabitants of, 427.

-, the collegiate church and the greatest part of the town burnt, 428.

-, the inhabitants of, ask for 1,000 tons of timber, 428.

-, co., 151.

-, House in Holborn, 210.

-, Philip, Esq., envoy to Sweden, 20 (2).

Washington, Col., 350.

Waste of woods, 170.

Waterford, 184, 185, 216, 255, 257, 273, 313, 355, 391.

-, the collector there, 185.

-, salt and provisions secured on the surrender of, 310.

Watergoos, the camp at, 457.

Waters, Capt., claim for gunnage, petition of, 515.

Waterson, Mr. Wm., 356.

Water supply, 325.

Watkins, John, the complaint of, against Abraham Hough, the (Customs) officer of Margate, &c., 196, 197 (2).

Watson, Joseph, 35.

Watts, Francis, petition to be made a land-waiter, 272.

-, Mr., Alderman Duncombe's servant, 67.

-, William, alderman of Dublin, 96.

Waugh, Alex., fined 500l., 557.

Waybridge, 33.

Ways, guide and surveyor of, 153.

Wayte, Richard, petition of, 348.

Weale, Samuel, the first to raise money by tonnage, petition of, 364.

Weaver, John, customer of Southampton, petition of, 554.

Weavers, 545.

Web, Mr., a witness as to derelict land, 538.

Webb, Aderana, petition of, 294.

-, John, 304.

-, Matthew, landwaiter at Bristol, suspended, 278.

Webster, Elizabeth and Mary, 313.

-, Capt. William, lost his life in Ireland, 313.

-, -, killed at Phillipstown in Ireland, the orphans of, 465.

Webster, [ ], (Customs), suspended, 354.

Weed-ashes, 191.

Weights, “haverdupoiz,” 249.

Welden, Anthony, a landwaiter (Customs), 127.

Wells, merchants of the port of, petition of, 158.

Wells, Mr., officer at Sandwich (Customs), 195.

-, Thomas, gent., 161.

Welsh, James, 3.

Wereall, the hundred of, 146.

West, Charles, gent. (Customs), 357.

-, Francis, a prisoner, 350.

-, Thomas, 278.

Westcombe, Consul, agent at Cadiz, 523.

-, -, agent for the Comrs of Prizes at Cadiz, 550.

Westerham, 419.

West India and Indies, see India.

Westmeath, co., lands in, 342, 491.

-, an estate there, 544, 557.

Westminster, 4, 12, 78, 110, 118, 157 (2), 159 (2), 336, 455.

-, the bailiff of, claims clippings, &c., 285, 541.

-, claims goods and chattels of traitors, 436.

-, -, (clippings received by him), 299, 305, 536.

-, -, proceedings against him, 444, 537.

-, the courts at, 361.

-, the dean and chapter of, 285, 537, 541.

-, Hall, erection of a court for trial of a peer at, 276.

-, -, the repair of a building leading to, 554.

-, lodgings adjoining the first gatehouse leading to King Street, 498.

-, Palace Yard, 285.

-, St. Margaret, 4.

-, the manor of, 351, 352, 377.

Westmoreland, 222, 334, 442.

-, the Earl of, charged with defrauding the Crown, 216.

Westrow, Mr. Thomas, petition of, 191.

Wexford, 384 (2), 558.

Weymouth, mayor of, 1.

-, the port of, 35, 112.

Whale, a, 140.

-, fins, 326.

Wharf at Portsmouth, 7.

Wharfingers (London), petition of, 235.

Wharton, Sir George, Bart., treasurer and paymaster of the ordnance, 22.

-, -, paymaster of the ordnance, 184 (2), 210.

-, Sir Polycarpus, Bart., petitions of, 161, 162.

-, -, the executor of his father, Sir George Wharton, 184 (2).

-, -, (supplies of gunpowder), 250, 251 (2).

Wheat at Cork 6s. 9d. a bushel, 275.

-, from Ireland, the price of, 342.

Wheate, Sir Thomas, 511.

Wheeler, John, of Bristol, and another, petition of, 446.

-, Mark, master of a ship, his affidavit as to the sailing of the French fleet, 39.

Wheler, Sir Charles, 13.

-, Sir Francis, (money for sick and wounded), 270.

-, -, the squadron of, 325.

Whitby, 72.

-, the officer of, 242.

White, Mr. Francis, 63 (2).

-, Mr., 489.

-, Nicholas, 490.

-, William, petition of, 423.

Whitebread, William, Esq., receiver-general of an aid, co. Bedford, petition of, 343.

Whitechapel, 157.

-, St. Mary, 157.

Whitefriars in Ireland, the estate of, 462.

Whitehall, papers dated at, 4, 5, 6, 7, 137.

-, 73, 76, 110, 155, 320, 385, 388, 391, 395, 436, 572.

-, Chapel Royal at, 33.

-, -, embroidery for, bespoken by King James II., and used by King William and Queen Mary, 232.

-, court gate, dead bodies carried by, 430.

-, the palace of, 351.

-, the stone gallery, 16.

-, Treasury chamber or chambers, 46, 207, 257; see also Treasury chambers.

Whitehall, Lancelot, (Customs), 114 (2), 486.

Whitehaven, 37, 46, 47, 134 (2), 173 (2), 177 (3), 183 (2), 184, 186, 190, 239, 546 (2).

-, the port of, increase of establishment and salaries recommended, 550.

-, searcher of, 146.

Whitehorn, Thomas, master of the ship Leonora, of London, petition of, 68.

Whiteing, Mr. John, petition of, 227.

Whithed, Richard, 143.

Whitley, Morgan, to survey works in the castle of Chester, 113.

-, -, receiver-general of North Wales and Cheshire, 492.

Whitstable, 166, 381.

Whittacre, Mr., 444.

Whittlewood, the forest of, 284, 299, 427.

Whitwood, James, petition of, (milled money seized), 528.

Wich, Sir Cyril, a deputy to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 363.

Wicks, Mr., receiver of plantation duties, 338 (3), 356, 357.

-, Michael, receiver of customs in London, 370.

Widows and children of clergymen, charity for, petition of, 257.

-, distressed, petition of, 291.

-, officers', 314.

-, fund for, 491, 499.

Wight, the Isle of, 35, 36, 301, 498.

-, -, castles, &c. in, governor of, and receiver of revenue, 515.

Wilbarton, 264.

Wilcocks, John, jun., Esq., Comr of Excise, petition of, 455 (3).

Wilcox, Mr., (army clothing), 247.

Wildbore, Mr. Mark, late collector of the port of Whitehaven, 134.

-, Mr., collector of customs in the port of Carlisle, 364.

Wildgos, Samuel, petition of, 68, 69.

Wildman, Major, John, Esq., or Sir John, Postmaster General, 55 (2), 127, 128, 307, 308.

Wilkes, Anthony, (Transport service), 186, 290.

Wilkins, Thomas, gent., petition of, 440.

Willett, Henry, a defaulter, petition of, 430.

Willey, Mr., 127.

William and Mary, King and Queen, the marriage of, 429.

-, King, instructions to the consul-general of the coast of Barbary, 238.

-, III., letter to, 344.

-, his treaty with Tripoli, 392.

-, and Mary, petition of the owners of the ship, 353.

Williams, David, [gent.], his petitions lost at the Treasury, 564.

-, -, asks (playfully) to be made keeper of the petitions, 564.

-, -, the petitions alluded to, 572.

-, -, his ancestors sufferers for their loyalty, 572.

-, -, employed in the chemical laboratory, Whitehall, 572.

-, Sir Edward, comr for an aid, 573.

-, Nicholas, tidesman in the port of London, drowned, 572.

-, Thomas, 352.

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., chief chemical physician, 572.

-, William, gent., claims the lordship and town of Haverfordwest, petition of, 254.

-, William, (Customs), 129 (3), 161 (2).

-, Sir Wm., 437.

-, William, petition of, (Customs seizure), 473.

Williamson, Sir Joseph, 351.

-, -, memorial of, as to fee-farm rents due to him, 212.

-, Mr., the deputy of, 104.

-, Mr., receiver of Yorkshire and Northumberland, 106 (2), 112.

-, Nehemiah, 55.

-, -, his scandalous reputation, 146 (2).

-, -, searcher in the ports of Carlisle and Whitehaven, petition of, &c., 190, 211.

-, Mr. [Ralph], the King's receiver of the aid of 12d. per pound, &c., 79, 82, 83, 84, 85 (2), 88, 90 (2), 93, 94 (3). 99, 100 (2), 103, 104, 105, 107.

-, -, petition of, 90.

-, Ralph, receiver-general of an aid, (York, Durham, and Northumberland), petition of, 527 (2).

-, -, controller of the port of Newcastle, petitions of, &c., 66, 162 (2).

-, Robert, petition of, 44.

-, -, searcher in the port of London, memorial of, &c., 529 (4).

Williamstadt, in Holland, 199.

Willoughby, of Parham, Francis, Lord, lieut.-general, &c. of the Caribbee Islands, 12 (6), 14.

-, William, Lord, governor of Barbadoes, 12.

-, -, brother of Francis, 12, 13 (3).

-, Lord, of Parham, memorial of, 119.

-, Mrs., petition of, (pension), 503.

Wilmer, John, of London, merchant, petition of, &c., 66 (2).

-, Mr. Randolph, or Randall, Esq., petty customer of the port of London, 65 (2).

-, -, petition of, (his salary), 196.

Wilsford, Mr. Buckley, 300.

Wilson, Capt. Jacob, 317.

Wiltshire, 293, 361 (2), 529.

Wilts, deputy lieut., &c. of, 154.

-, sheriff of, 88.

Winchelsea, 252.

Winchester, account for building a palace there, 20.

-, the dean and chapter of, 202.

-, Marquis of, 38 (2).

-, -, a master-keeper in the New Forest, 352.

Windham, Clere, 360.

-, Hugh, Col., or Hugh, the regiment of, &c., 227, 306 (3), 339, 354, 477.

-, -, memorial of, 414.

-, Thomas, Esq., 22.

Windsor, 15, 66, 140, 141, 337.

-, Castle, mention of, 268.

-, the dean and canons of, 201.

-, forest, 33.

-, the great park at, 192, 221.

-, green park, 512.

-, the honour of, ground at Eton belonging to, 279.

-, palace, the liberties of, 122.

-, a timber yard there, 122.

Wine lees, 410.

Wines, 40, 53, 68, 72, 113, 167, 173, 244, 345, 399, 422, 450, 472, 492, 540, 543, 553, 559.

-, duties on, (Ireland), 466.

-, Canary, memorial concerning, 141.

-, (Claret), imported, 35.

-, French, 50.

-, -, the King to have his share in kind, 564.

-, Portugal, 244.

Wingfield, James, a deputy waiter of the port of London, 521.

Winn, Col., 474.

Winnington, Francis, 7.

Wire, iron, and steel, 39, 50, 56, 124, 146 (2).

Wirtemburg or Winterburge, the Duke of Prince of, the Danish general, 82, 83, 84 (2), 85, 98 (2), 99, 103, 161.

-, -, his equipage, 85.

-, -, lieut.-general of the Danish forces, 217.

-, the Prince of, 420.

Wiseman, Elizabeth, Lady, 490.

Withered, Thomas, merchant of London (Customs), 486.

Withers, Capt., 358.

Wittersham Level, 253 (4).

Woking, the manor of, 443.

Wolseley, Robert, Esq., envoy to the Court of Brussels, petition of, 336.

-, William, [Brigadier], 562, 567.

-, Brigadier, (custodian of land, &c.), 462 (2), 545.

-, -, no man better heard in Parliament than he, 462.

Wolstenholme, Mr. Thomas, customer of the port of Bridgewater, petition of, 93.

-, Thomas, son of Sir Thomas Wolstenholme, Bart., petition of, 370.

-, Mr., receiver of imposition on plantation goods, 356, 528.

Wood, Captain, the chicaneries of, 183 (2).

-, Jn., 75.

-, Mr., 463.

Woodgate, John, deputy postmaster of Canterbury, salary of, &c., 441, 442.

Woodland, Amos, master of a vessel, petition of, 308.

Woodruff, Edmund, 65.

Woods embezzled, 170.

-, surveyor-general of, 299.

Woodward, Robert, LL.D., 321.

Woolaston, William, and another, sutlers to the Horse Guards, petition of, 397.

Wool, English, exported, 300.

-, exportation of, and transportation, 48, 75, 77 (2), 81, 116, 122, 130, 139, 147, 148 (2), 168, 175.

-, seizure of the bounty for, 75.

-, licences in Ireland, 4, 5.

-, quantities shipped on the coast of Kent, 381.

-, seized in Scotney barn, belonging to the mayor of Hythe, 232.

-, -, -, hearing of the case appointed, 239.

-, transportation of, from Ireland, 4, 5.

Woollen cloth, and petty customs, the collector of, 254.

-, manufacture, 77, 85.

Woolesley, Col., the regiment of, 235, 275.

Woolfe, Mr., a merchant of London, 134 (2).

Woollet, Wm., (army clothing), 247, 285.

Woolridge, Mr., 551.

Woolseley, or Wolsley, Col., 334, 335, 358 (2), 462 (2), 474.

Woolstaple, the Long, in Westminster, 4.

Woolwich, 228, 410.

-, laboratory there, 392.

-, the master shipwright there, 300.

Wooton, the manor of, 443.

Worcester, the battle of, referred to, 89, 172, 438.

-, the county of, 58, 62, 305, 466, 472.

-, Edward, Lord Bishop of, petition of, 472.

-, house, trustees of, 4.

Workmen, impressment of, for seamen, 109.

Works, 325.

-, the Board of, 73.

-, the clerk of the, 352.

-, the controller of, 87, 183, 184.

-, establishment of the office of, 5.

-, office of, state of the debt of, 195.

-, officers of, orders to be observed by, 5.

-, the ordinary service of, 86 (2).

-, paymaster of the, 20, 135, 183, 184, 247.

-, the surveyor or surveyor-general of, 16, 87 (2), 110, 175, 183.

-, -, see Wren.

Worplesdon manor, office of steward of, 33.

Wortley, Sidney, Esq., executor of Edward Mountague, petition of, 197.

Wreck, expedition to search for, 335.

Wrecked goods, 202.

Wrecks, 398, 399.

-, invention to raise, 323 (2).

Wren, Sir Cristopher, surveyor-general of works, 40, 86 (4), 87 (5), 110 (4), 122, 135, 169, 220, 233, 247, 276, 319 (2), 332 (2), 377, 384, 401, 429, 461, 480, 498, 554.

-, -, memorials or petitions of, 69, 183, 384, 422, 428.

-, -, complaint of his insolence, 110.

-, -, had supported the office, endangering the ruin of his family, 184.

-, -, his answer as to refusal to pay rent for a piece of land in Cannon Row, in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, 197.

-, -, memorial of, 344.

-, Ellinor, widow of Capt. Ralph Wren, petition of, 499 (3).

Wrexham, the justice hall at, 339.

Wright, Admiral, 136.

-, Capt., 534.

-, Mr. Sergeant, recorder of Leicester, 374.

Writs of covenant, 143.

Wyld, Samuel, of Spitalfields, London, weaver, petition of, 360.

Wynne, Sir John, petition of, 339, 438.

-, O., or Doctor Wynne (Mint), 23, 78 (2).

Wyrley, Humphrey, 351 (2).

-, Mr., 89.



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