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'Index of persons and Places: B', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 432-443. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83023 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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B., A., proposals for improvement of the Revenue, 321.

Babe. See Baker.

Baber, —, payment to, 172.

-, [John], life grant of the office of Receiver of the Revenue, North Wales, 125.

-, See also Baker.

Babergh, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Babington, —, lieutenant, killed at Steinkirk, 247.

-, Amy, widow, royal bounty for, 247.

Bache, William, the King's Smith, 270.

Baddow, Brado, Great, co. Essex, Swallows farm in, 425.

-, Little, co. Essex, 426.

Badgar, Henry, mole-catcher, New Park, Richmond, 259.

Bailey, Baily. See Bayley.

Bailycolane. See Ballycullane.

Baker (Babe, Baber), —, captain, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

-, -, trader to France in war time, 76.

-, Francis, Surveyor General of the Revenue, Ireland, suspension and restoration of, 10, 16, 18, 53, 68, 305.

-, Henry, Treasury solicitor, 26, 28, 29, 44, 46, 49, 53, 60, 65, 73, 84, 85, 88, 102, 129, 181, 191, 208, 243, 269, 325, 376, 408, 411.
-, accounts of, 173.
-, issues to, 21, 57, 68, 81, 84, 96, 159, 170, 198, 200, 254, 268, 307, 358, 361, 393.
-, payment by, 84.
-, proclamation concerning export of wool, 148.
-, representation concerning the owling trade, 191.
-, salary of, 157, 170.
-, scheme to prevent the exportation of wool, 76.
-, survey of Kent and Sussex, 26, 47.

-, Nicholas, Treasury solicitor, 3, 25, 57, 98, 109, 170, 199, 395; in St. Lawrence Lane, 230; issues to, 18, 25, 56, 68, 143, 153, 170, 173, 261, 310, 343; payment by, 39.

Baldock, co. Hertford, exciseman at. See Smith, T.

Baldock Borough, Baldockburgh, [in Tandridge], co. Surrey, 419.

Baldry, John, landwaiter, Hull port, 316; petition for surveyor's place, Hull port, 254.

Baldwin (Baldwyn), —, [justice], 229.

Bale, John, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Balingdon, Bullidon, co. Essex, 424.

Baliol, —, Mris., petition of, 83.

Ballaboghin. See Ballyboggan.

Ballagh, Athlone barony, co. Roscommon, 265.

Ballard (Ballow), Daniel, clerk to J. D. Colt, embezzlement charge, 74, 75, 76, 100, 101, 403; clerk to, 74. See also Elbridge, —; surety for. See Tayloe, [T.]

Ballconrath. See Rathconrath.

Balleighter. See Lowtown.

Ballinacor or Clonboy, Ballynecarr, co. Westmeath, 334.

Ballinaltig, Ballynaltig, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 353.

Ballinaminton, Ballynaminton, King's County, 354.

Ballinive, Ballynine, co. Westmeath, 334.

Ballinlough, Ballinlogh, co. Roscommon, 351.

Ballintaggart, Clandonagh barony, Queen's County, 263.

Ballintober, Ballintobber, co. Roscommon, barony of, 265, 333, 335, 351.

Ballinure, Ballynure, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 353.

Ballivodig. See Ballyvodock.

Ballnegeeragh. See Ballynageeragh.

Balloughter. See Hightown.

Ballow (Ballowe), Henry, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, 174, 176, 225, 260, 310; loan by, 134; petition of, 283.

- See also Ballard.

Ballybane, co. Roscommon, 335, 351.

Ballyboggan, Ballybogane alias Ballynenagh alias Ballaboghin, co. Galway, 265.

Ballybrinoge, Ballybranoge, co. Mayo, 352.

Ballybrittas, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballycheny, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 369.

Ballycoolbeg [? Coolbally], Queen's County, 263.

Ballycregagh. See Ballyeragh.

Ballycullane, Bailycolane, co. Kildare, 254.

Ballyduneen, Ballydoneen alias Corgrage, co. Clare, 354.

Ballyeighter. See Lowtown.

Ballyeragh [?Ballycregagh], Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 353.

-, Old, Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 353.

Ballyfad, Ballyfadd, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballyfoleen, Ballyfollins, co. Limerick, lands of, 347.

Ballyglass, Ballymoe half barony, co. Galway, 334.

-, East. See Ballymoglish.

Ballygowan, Ballygowne, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Ballyharge alias Ballyharoge, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Ballyhavill. See Ballynahaville.

Ballyhumock, West, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 354.

Ballyknockbane, Dunkellin barony, co. Galway, 351.

Ballymaclogher. See Ballynalougher.

Ballymacloon, Ballymaclune, co. Clare, 334.

Ballymacrown, Ballymacrowne, co. Cork, 354.

Ballymacurly, Ballyme Enerily, co. Roscommon, 333.

Ballymadrough, Ballymadroght, co. Dublin, 353.

Ballymakealy, Ballymakelly, co. Kildare, 369.

Ballymanisk, Tirawley barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Ballymarkahan, Ballymarkan, co. Clare, 334.

Ballymather, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballymoe, Bellamoe, co. Galway, barony of, 333, 334.

-, co. Roscommon, barony of, 333.

Ballymoglish alias Ballymoglash [? Ballyglass East], co. Galway, 351.

Ballymoylin, Ballymullan, co. Roscommon, 351.

Ballynageeragh, Ballnegeeragh, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballynagh [? Ballynalynagh], co. Mayo, 352.

Ballynahaville, Ballyhavill, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballynall, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballynalougher, Ballymaclogher, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballynaltig. See Ballinaltig.

Ballynalynagh. See Ballynagh.

Ballynaminton. See Ballinaminton.

Ballynamore, Athlone barony, co. Roscommon, 335.

Ballynastraid, Ballynestrad, co. Antrim, 353.

Ballynecarr. See Ballinacor.

Ballynenagh. See Ballyboggan.

Ballynening, West, Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 354.

Ballynestrad. See Ballynastraid.

Ballynine. See Ballinive.

Ballynure. See Ballinure.

Ballyoughter. See Hightown.

Ballyquillin, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballyrobin, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballyrobin Mill, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballytweedy, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballyughter. See Lowtown.

Ballyvarade, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Ballyvodock, Ballivodig, East, co. Cork, 353.

Ballyvoloon, Ballyvolin, co. Cork, 353.

Ballywatt, Ballywat, co. Antrim, 353.

Ballyweeny, Ballywyany, co. Antrim, 264.

Balnetsburgh, co. Surrey, 419.

Balrothery, co. Dublin, barony of, 353.

Baltimore, Lord. See Calvert, C.

Baltzard, —, regiment of, 218.

Bamstead, Bamsted. See Bumpstead.

Banama, Dunmore barony, co. Galway, 333.

Banerath, Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Banks, Matthew, master carpenter to the Works, 195.

-, William, pension for the poor ministers, Isle of Man, 219, 409.

Bantham, co. Devon, 131.

Baptist, —, designed agent to Lord Salisbury's regiment, 25.

Barbados, bills of exchange, 27, 30.
-, breach of Acts of Trade and Navigation in, 222.
-, chaplain for. See Gordon, W.
-, Commissioner of the Agents for. See Carey, R.
-, difference of money between, and the Leeward Islands, 27.
-, Four and a half per cent. duty in, 22, 162.
-, Governor of. See Grey, R.
-, provisions for Benbow's squadron, 203.
-, ships and goods for, seized by the French, 146.
-, ships taken up for the King's service, 358.
-, See also Bridgetown.

Barbary, 357; slaves redeemed from, 122.

Barbaut, —, pension for, 142.

Barberstown, co. Kildare, 369.

Barcomb, Bercombe, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Bardolphs Hall, Bardolphall, Bardolphshall, in Watton at Stone, co. Hertford, manor of, 423.

Bardsey Island, co. Carnarvon, 129.

Barker, R., Deputy King's Remembrancer, 261, 262, 327.

Barking, co. Essex, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Barnaby, John, agent to the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 300.

Barnan, Barnane, King's County, 355.

Barnard. See Bernard.

Barnardiston, Sir Samuel, [a Commissioner for Public Accounts], 98; petition of, 99, 404.

Barnes, —, motion in the Assembly of the Leeward Islands, 28.

-, Thomas, of Richmond, rents of the manor of Richmond, 117.

Barrett (Barret), —, sheriff, 171.

-, James, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

-, John Roe, forfeited lands of, 266.

-, Nicholas, ship builder, petition for payment, 222.

Barretts, co. Cork, barony of, 353.

Barrow, co. Lincoln, manor of, 368.

-, Barrow and Wenton, co. Rutland, 421.

Barrow, James, late Knight Harbinger, 194.

Barrowden, Boroughden, co. Rutland, 422.

Barry, Francis, petition for a place in the Customs, 151; officer to prevent frauds in the Thames above bridge, 177.

-, Math., mortgage to, 335.

Barrymore, co. Cork, barony of, 353, 354.

Barstable, Berdistable, co. Essex, hundred of, 423, 426; custody or bailiwick of, 230.

Barstaple, Burstable, [in Basildon], co. Essex, manor of, 424.

Barton, co. Lincoln, manor of, 368.

Bas (Bass), Richard le, Marshal of the Ceremonies, annuity of, 119, 171.

Baschurch, co. Salop, tithes of, 325.

Basoche, — la, pension for, 141.

Bass. See Bas.

Bastide, — la, barbut, pension for, 141.

Bastin, Martha, royal bounty for, 202.

Bastow. See Burstow.

Batchelor (Batchellor, Batchellour), Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 274.

-, Thomas, of Stourbridge, glass house owner, seized bottles, 318, 324.

Bateman, James, afterwards Sir James, [a Director of the Bank of England], 52; a Receiver of the subscriptions for the Two Millions, 143; a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 149, 281.

Bath, The, co. Somerset, 42.

Bath, Earl of. See Bourchier, H.; Granville, J.

Bath, John, master of the Mary Ann, 397.

Bathurst, Sir Benjamin, treasurer to the Duke of Gloucester, 144, 225, 310, 398.

Battaile, Isaac, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, interest in annuity on the tonnage of ships etc., 241.

Battely, Charles, a sworn clerk in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office and clerk in Court for the Crown, 170, 199, 261.

Battesbury. See Buttsbury.

Baudouin, Rene, tallies on, 167.

Baugh, —, et al., Commissioners of Assessments, hundred of Munslow, 104.

Bavaria, battalions of, employed in Piedmont, 218.
-, Elector of, condolence with, on the death of his eldest son, 280.
-, Envoy from. See Scarlotti, Abbé; Simeoni, Baron.
-, Envoy to. See Hill, R.
-, Governor of Flanders, 118, 343.
-, may beg Spanish ship of the King, 13.

Bawens, Paul, postmaster, Ostend, 209.

Bawkham, William, royal bounty for, 202.

Bawmer, Robert, petition for tidesman's place, North Shields, 208.

Baybush [?Beabus], co. Limerick, lands of, 347.

Bayley (Bailey, Baily, Bayly), —, lieutenant, killed before Namur, 312, 337.

-, Henry, mariner, evidence concerning embezzled prize goods, 6, 12, 13, 110, 234.

-, Martha, widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, Richard, ship's carpenter, evidence concerning embezzled prize goods, 12, 13, 112, 234, 338.

Bayse, —, pension for, 142.

Beabus. See Baybush.

Beake, Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Beaubuisson, Peter Guenon de, Gentleman of the Bows and Guns, Keeper of the King's Armoury at Whitehall, and Master and Keeper of the King's Setting Dogs, 192, 197, 206, 306.

Beauclair, —, Mris., payment to, 65.

Beauclerk, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, petition concerning grant to Eleanor Gwyn, his mother, of the duty on logwood, 83, 360.

Beaufort, Lady Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby, divinity lecture in Oxford University founded by, 110.

Beaujeu, —, pension for, 141.

Beaulieu, Bewley, co. Southampton, 130.

Beaumaris, Anglesey, 207.

Beaumont, [John], colonel, regiment of, 248, 284.

Bechamp. See Belchamp.

-, Osten. See Belchamp Otton.

Beddelsburgh. See Bedlested.

Beddington, Bedington, co. Surrey, 419; manor of, 420.

Bedford, county of, Excise collector. See Jackson, R.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Whitebread, H.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 298.
-, Sheriff of. See Spencer, J.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Goodall, J.

Bedford, —, lieutenant, killed before Namur, 247.

-, [Elizabeth], widow, royal bounty for, 247.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 201.

Bedington. See Beddington.

Bedlested, Beddelsburgh, in Chelsham, co. Surrey, 419.

Bedoe, Robert, [under-housekeeper at Whitehall], answer to the petition of J. Eden, 186.

Beech, Joshua, waiter and searcher, Abbotsbury, 130.

Been, Giles, wine imported by, 121.

Beeston, Sir William, LieutenantGovernor and Commander-inChief of Jamaica, 98, 203, 394.

Behagnel, Isaac, money for the Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Belasyse, Sir Henry, 312; regiment of, 248.

Belcastel (Belcastle. Bellcastle), [Pierre de], colonel and brigadier, regiment of, 8, 63, 174, 296, 323, 324, 381, 407; agent to, 407. See also Tudebeuf, J. de.

Belchamp, Bechamp, co. Essex, lands in, 424.

-, Otton, Bechamp Osten, co. Essex, lands in, 424.

-, St. Paul, Belchamp Paul, co. Essex, 424.

Belchamps, Belchamp, in Wickford, co. Essex, manor of, 423.

Belchier, John, informations against, 277.

Belfast, cos. Antrim and Down, Revenue collector. See Richardson, S.

-, co. Antrim, barony of, 352.

Belgrade, journey to, 154.

Bell, Robert, collector of the coal duty, Newcastle, petition of, 243.

Bellamoe. See Ballymoe.

Bellamy, Edward, Customs officer, 216, 298.

-, [Thomas], Customs officer, 127, 182, 248, 270.

-, William, Remembrancer of the City of London, 288.

Bellcastle. See Belcastel.

Bellet, —, pension for, 142.

Bellew, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 263.

Bellingham, Sir Daniel, Deputy Receiver General to the Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, estate mortgaged to Lord Gormanstown, 144.

-, Sir Richard, son of Sir Daniel, discharge of debt to Lord Gormanstown, 12, 127, 144.

Bellomont, Earl of. See Coote, R.

Bembridge Point, Isle of Wight, 130.

Benbow, [John], rear-admiral, 23, 175; squadron of, going to the West Indies, 23, 175, 203, 396.

Bendysh Hall, Bendish-hall, [in Radwinter], co. Essex, manor of, 425.

Benet. See Bennett.

Benfleet, South. See Southbensted.

Benn, Thomas, tidesman, Whitehaven, 169.

Bennett (Benet, Bennet), [Benjamin], captain of Marines, arrears of, 73, 323.

-, Charles, Lord Ossulston, hire of house in St. James's Square for the entertainment of Ambassadors, 10, 124.

-, David, surveyor of landcarriagemen, London port, 380.

-, Henry, Earl of Arlington, heiress of. See FitzRoy, Isabella, Dowager Duchess of Grafton; sum due to, 305.

-, John, of Gray's Inn, estate of Sir W. Boreman, 406.

-, -, sheriff of Wiltshire, 277.

Benson, Thomas, late receiver of the First Six Month's Aid, process against, 2.

-, William, collector of Excise, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, petition for discharge of debt, 296.

Bentheim, W. V., 94.

Bentinck, William, 5th Earl of Portland, Ambassador Extraordinary to France, 62, 289, 345, 404.
-, Groom of the Stole and First Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205, 213.
-, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 30, 181, 242, 250, 259, 260, 268, 270, 280, 286, 293, 319, 323, 327, 330, 340, 356, 362, 370, 378, 385, 391, 400.
-, Ranger of Windsor Little Park, 217.
-, return of plate, 376.
-, Superintendent of the Royal Gardens, 196, 206, 383, 392.

Bentley, —, Customs officer, Liverpool port, 348.

-, Richard, doctor, Keeper of the King's Libraries, 196, 206.

Bercombe. See Barcomb.

Berdistable. See Barstable.

Bere, Richard, collector, Carlisle port, subsistence to Irish prisoners, 99, 213, 224, 402, 412.

Berkeley, Barbara, Lady FitzHardinge, issue to, 410.

-, Charles, Viscount Dursley, afterwards 2nd Earl of Berkeley, 65, 127, 143, 300; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 383, 414.

-, Jane, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

-, Lady Jane, widow, late maid of honour to the late Queen Mary, marriage portion of, 12, 98, 128, 143, 178, 227, 396; royal bounty for, 143.

-, John, 3rd Lord Berkeley of Stratton, 178; Marine Regiment of, 47, 132, 230, 239.

-, -, 4th Viscount FitzHardinge, Keeper of the Pall Mall, 198, 206; regiment of, 246, 248; a Teller of the Receipt, 101, 386.

-, Lady Mary, afterwards Lady Mary Chambers, daughter of Charles, late maid of honour to the late Queen Mary, marriage portion of, 12, 65, 127, 143, 300, 396; royal bounty for, 143.

Berkhampstead, Burkhamsted, St. Peters, co. Hertford, messuage in, 423.

Berkshire, assessments, 128.
-, fee farm rents, 266.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Ambrose, L.
-, Sheriff of. See Vatchell, T.

Berkshire, Earl of. See Howard, T.

Bermudas, The, or Summer Islands, Commander-in-Chief of. See Goddard, J.
-, Governor of. See Day, [S.]
-, Lieut-Governor of. See Goddard, J.

Bernard (Barnard), —, counsel, 34, 35, 36.

-, Anto., pension for, 142.

-, Iac, pension for, 142.

Bernardon, —, pension for, 142.

Bertie, Charles, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 92, 96, 98, 102, 397, 413, 416, 417.
-, complaint concerning fee to auditor, 86, 91, 92, 380.
-, issues to, 178, 224, 292.
-, lease, Deeping manor, 56, 299.
-, tenant to Queen Catherine, 380.
-, termination of office, 370.
-, trustee for the Duke of Leeds, 161.

-, Peregrine, patent searcher, London port, 384.

-, -, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 136, 137, 152, 216, 229, 240, 243, 314, 322, 362, 365, 383; allowance to, 193, 205.

-, Philip, Auditor of Crown land revenue, Duchy of Cornwall, 307.

-, Richard, lease, Deeping manor, 299.

Berwick, county of, Manager of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Stephens, M.

-, co. Northumberland, 129.
-, bridge over the Tweed, annuity for the repair of, 153.
-, collector of. See Norman, —.
-, comptroller of. See Franklin, C.
-, Customs officers, 155.
-, garrison, 108, 415.
-, Governor of. See Leveson, [R.]
-, mayor etc. of, 153.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Wyvill, F.

Betts, John, preventive officer, Shoebury, 106; waiter and searcher, Shoebury, 305.

-, William, payment for stationery, 59, 280.

Betty, Joseph, Customs officer, Newlyn, 131.

Beverley, co. York, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 135.

Beverton, [Joseph], riding officer of Customs, Canterbury, 78, 301.

Bewcastle, co. Cumberland, 255.

- See also Newcastle.

Bewley. See Beaulieu.

Bideford, co. Devon, 129; regiment embarking at, for Ireland, 68, 70, 308.

Bifield. See Byfield.

Bigbury Bay, co. Devon, 131.

Bigg, Christopher, tidesman, Bristol port, 245.

-, John, tidesman, Bristol port, 245.

-, Richard, farmer of the Post Office in cos. Buckingham, Hertford and Warwick, 241.

-, Stephen, farmer of the Post Office in cos. Buckingham, Hertford and Warwick, 241.

Bignoux, —, pension for, 142.

Bilbrook, co. Essex, 424.

Billing, Great, co. Northampton, 421.

-, Little, co. Northampton, 421.

Billingsley, [Lewis], colonel, 20; lieutenant colonel, 258.

Bing. See Byng.

Bingley, John, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

Birch, —, sheriff, 171.

Birchanger, co. Essex, 426.

Bird (Byrd), —, executed for coining, estate of, 18.

-, Thomas, collector of Excise, Oxford city, money paid to Danish Forces, 182, 267–8, 345, 403.

-, William, petition relating to his father's accounts, 123, 162–3.

-, -, Auditor General of the Revenues, Virginia, accounts of, 32, 123, 162, 163, 187.

Birdbrook, Bridbrook, co. Essex, 424.

Birr, King's County, officer killed at, 247.

Birt. See Burt.

Bisbrooke, co. Rutland, 422.

Bisby. See Risby.

Bishop, Charles, surveyor, Harwich port, 19, 166.

-, Henry, debtor, absconded, 288.

-, Mary, widow of William, 150, 164.

-, William, executed for piracy, estate of, 150, 164.

Bishop's Borough, Bishops Burgh, in Tandridge, co. Surrey, 419.

Bishop's Hatfield. See Hatfield, King's.

Blackborne, Robert, intended assassin of the King, apprehended, 305.

Blackbourn, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Blackchurch, co. Kildare, 369.

Blackhall, Ralph, collector of the General Penny Post Office, 302.

Blackheath, co. Kent, 331, 360.

Blackwell, Sir Lambert, Envoy to the Duke of Tuscany, 117–8, 171, 344; Knight Harbinger, 194, 211.

Bladen, Nathaniel, to inspect the Greenwax records, 290.

-, William, surveyor, Annapolis, 402.

Blair, [James], doctor, commissary [of clergy], Virginia, 110.

Blaithwait, Blaithwaite. See Blathwayt.

Blakiston, [Nathaniel], colonel, Governor of Maryland, 10, 123, 129.

Blamsters.. See Halstead.

Blathwayt (Blaithwait, Blaithwaite, Blathwait, Blathwaite, Blathwayte), William, Auditor General of the Plantations, 123, 155, 162, 182, 187.
-, Clerk of the Privy Council, 12, 99, 104, 105, 111, 114, 125, 127, 129, 137, 146, 160, 164, 177, 384, 386, 389, 400, 402, 404, 412, 413, 417; salary of, 198, 204.
-, [Secretary at War], 4, 21, 44, 47, 50, 60, 63, 65, 68, 69, 71, 74, 75, 76, 81, 84, 85, 86, 89, 127, 164, 210, 231, 239, 243, 246, 253, 259, 284, 286, 311, 314, 320, 322, 348.
-, Secretary of State in the Low Countries, 41, 42, 187; payments to, 87, 185, 370.

Blencow, co. Cumberland, lands in, 256.

Bletsoe (Pletsoe), William, tidesman, Whitehaven port, 148, 169, 224.

Bligh, Charles, Customs sloop commander, 129.

Blight, Thomas, of Looe, magistrate, information against, 199.

Blindleburgh [?Blindley Heath, in Godstone and Tandridge], co. Surrey, 419.

Blindley Heath. See Blindleburgh.

Blofield, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 342.

Blofield (Blofeild), Leonard, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Norfolk, 74, 298, 328.

Blomer, Thomas, doctor, and Margaret his wife, petition concerning premises in Gillingham Forest, 160–1.

Blowderfeild. See Blunderfield.

Blundell (Blundel), Sir James, petition of, 88.

-, John, proposal concerning the Stamp Duties, 168.

Blunderfield, Blowderfeild, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Blything, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Blyton, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Bobberby. See Bubertby.

Bobin, [Isaac], reward for discovering French goods, 9, 11, 144.

Bochan. See Buchan.

Bochet, —, engineer, payment to, 218.

Bocock, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

Boddington, Bodington, co. Northampton, 420.

Bode, William, oath to death of Sir F. Shepherd, 317.

Bodington. See Boddington.

Bodinnick, Bodinnock, co. Cornwall, 131.

Bodinson (Bodyson), —, receiver of the revenues of Lord Preston's Cumberland estate, 29.

Body, William, riding officer of Customs, Padstow, 131.

Bodyson. See Bodinson.

Bogin Battin, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 263.

Bohun, George, a justice of the peace for Middlesex, 150, 164.

Boict, Joseph, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Boil. See Boyle.

Boisbelau, —, pension for, 142.

Boisonade, — la, pension for, 141.

Boistaquett, —, pension for, 141.

Boit (Boyt), [Charles], painter in enamel to the King, 9, 122.

Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, soke of, 342.

Bolles, Sir John, seizure of silver coin, 19.

Bolton, Duke of. See Poulett, C.

Bolton, —, clerk, chaplain for Jamaica, 363.

-, [Cornelius], captain, died of wounds received at Namur, 247.

-, Hugh, searcher, Boston port, 316.

-, Penelope, widow of [Cornelius], royal bounty for, 247.

Bonard, [Vincent], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Boncour (Boncar), [Elias], colonel, regiment of, 401.

Bond, John, debt of E. Marsh to, 170, 212.

-, Patience, widow of John, grant of messuage and lands in Hannington, 170, 212.

Bonde, Gustavus de, son of Count [Karl], present for, 137.

-, [Karl] Count de, Ambassador Extraordinary from the King of Sweden, and his lady, presents for, 137.

Bonnell (Boneal, Boneil, Bonneal, Bonneil), [James], captain, chief searcher, London port, 35, 36, 37.

-, James, Registrar of Forfeitures, Ireland, 333, 369.

Bookey, Jonathan, royal bounty for, 2, 105, 115, 215.

Bookham, Brookham, co. Surrey, 419.

Booth, George, annuity of, 371, 398, 408; pension for, 32, 83, 86, 192.

-, Humphrey, et al., captains, petition for English pay, 300, 307.

-, Nathaniel, surveyor of the Greenwax, 156, 173.

Bophin, Lord. See Bourke, J.

Borcelan. See Borselan.

Bordac (Borduc), — du, lieutenantcolonel, payments out of pension of, after his death, 158, 181.

Bordeaux, France, 76, 340.

Borduc. See Bordac.

Boreman, Sir William, grant of Old Court manor, 406.

Boringham. See Burringham.

Borley. See Burlin.

Borough, Hicks, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, 389.

Boroughden. See Barrowden.

Borselan (Borcelan), Adrian van, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 205.

Borssele, Adriaan van, van der Hooge, seigneur de Geldermalsen (Gueldermansel), Envoy Extraordinary from the States General, Holland, 83, 94.

Boscawen, —, money due for the garrison of St. Mawes, 47.

Boseham. See Bosham.

Bosen, [Christopher Dietrich von], Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Poland, present for, 153.

Bosglass, Leitrim barony, co. Galway, 351.

Bosham, Boseham, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426, 427; land in, 427.

Bosmere and Claydon, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 342.

Boson, —, widow, payment to, 54.

-, Nicholas, petition for grant of the receivership of the Duchy of Cornwall, 378.

Boston, co. Lincoln, comptroller of. See Johnson, M.
-, customer of. See Clark, J.
-, searcher of. See Bolton, H.
-, surveyor of. See Done, E.; Merrett, C.

-, New England, ship and goods for, seized by the French, 146.

Boucher (Bouchier), Sir Barrington, King's gift to, at christening of his child, 240.

-, Thomas, judgment to, 264.

-, -, Professor of Civil Law, Oxford University, 220.

Boughton, co. Northampton, 421.

Boulay, — la, pension for, 141.

-, -, cadet, pension for, 141.

Bouloux, —, pension for, 142.

Bourbon, Armand de. See Miremont, Marquis de.

Bourchier, Henry, 6th Earl of Bath, a former Lord Privy Seal, 361.

Bourdin, —, pension for, 142.

Bourke (Bourk, Burke), —, captain, killed at Birr, 247.

-, Lady Dorothy, forfeited estate of, 411; petition for grant of Dauntsey manor, 411.

-, Edmund, forfeited lands of, 265.

-, Elizabeth, widow, royal bounty for, 247.

-, John, commonly called Lord Bophin (Buffin) (afterwards 9th Earl of Clanricarde), 72.
-, behaved loyally since rebellion, 337.
-, colonel of Foot, 336.
-, forfeited estate of, 276, 336–7.
-, grant to, of his forfeited estate, 336.
-, outlawed for high treason, 336.
-, regiment of, 336.
-, sons of, to be educated in the Protestant religion, 337.
-, taken prisoner at Aughrim, 336.

-, -, judgment to, 355.

-, Richard, 8th Earl of Clanricarde, caveat against grant of forfeited manors, Ireland, 276.

-, Ulick, 3rd Viscount Galway, lands forfeited by, 276.

-, Walter, forfeited lands of, 351, 352; judgments against, 355.

-, William, 7th Earl of Clanricarde, 336.

Bourne, —, royal bounty for, 48.

-, Mary, payment to, 10.

Bouviere, Bovere, Boverie. See Desbouviere.

Bovett (Bovet), Richard, bill of, 15; informations concerning embezzled goods, 6, 12, 48, 234, 338; reward for, 50, 240.

Bovey, Gerard, petition for sole use of engine for making buttons, 316.

Bowan, —, lease of lands, co. Pembroke, 367.

Bowen, Philip, landcarriageman, London port, 380.

-, William, landcarriageman, London port, 92.

Bower, Thomas, late sheriff of Dorset, 226.

Bowes, Joshua, lieutenant, arrears of, 104.

Bowler, Tobias, et al., petition concerning debts of H. Bishop, 288.

Bowles, [John], pretension for admeasurement of ships, 92.

Bowtell (Bowteel), Ann, widow, payment to, for the redemption of slaves from Barbary by her late husband, 122, 172.

Boyer, —, pension for, 142.

-, Paul, Comptroller of the Royal Oak Lottery, 161.

Boyle (Boil), Charles, 2nd Earl of Burlington, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205.

-, Henry, a Lord of the Treasury, 91, 92, 95, 97–103 passim; appointment of, 377; salary of, 398.

Boyt. See Boit.

Brabant, Henry, comptroller of the Plantation Duties, Currituck, North Carolina, 106.

Brabazon, Edward, 4th Earl of Meath, 312; petition of, 87; regiment of, 312.

Bracebridge, co. Lincoln, 342.

Bracklon, Bracklonagh, co. Longford, 353.

Bradbury, [William], captain of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Bradden, Braddon, co. Northampton, 421.

Bradford, co. Devon, manor of, Higher and Lower Pinkworthy tenements in, 238.

Bradford, Earl of. See Newport, F.

Brading, Isle of Wight, 130.

Bradley Haverstoe, Haverstow, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Bradley, John, reward for apprehending J. Longford, 185.

Brado. See Baddow.

Bradshaw, John, petition relating to bills of exchange, 166.

-, Robert, clerk, incumbent of Rye, petition for remission of First Fruits and Tenths, 327.

-, Samuel, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses, etc., co. Derby, 164, 341.

Brady, Robert, Reader of Physic, Cambridge University, 220.

Braggar, —, captain, pay of Loches' regiment, 218.

Braghwy, Braghy. See Breaghey.

Braid Glencurry, co. Antrim, lands of, 269.

Bramshire, 5.

Bramston. See Braunston.

Branch, John, bailiff of Battles Walk, Windsor Forest, 192, 206.

Brand, John, stock-holder in the General Company trading to the East Indies, 166.

Brande (Bronde), [M.I.] van den, seigneur de Cleverskerke, Ambassador from the States of Holland, 93, 94; present for, 314.

Brandenburg, battalions of, employed in Piedmont, 218.
-, Elector of, Envoy from. See Dobrczenski, [F. B. D. von]; Envoy to. See Stepney, G.

Branston, co. Lincoln, 342.

Braugham (Brougham), Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 233, 303, 341.

Braunston, Bramston, co. Northampton, 421.

Brawn, Brawne. See Brown.

Breaghey, Braghy alias Braghwy, Breaghway, co. Armagh, 264; town lands of, 292.

Brecon, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, 387, 393.
-, original seal, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 321, 360, 379.
-, Receivers General of Assessments. See Howells, G.; Matthews, T.

Breda, Holland, ship of, 379.

Brenshall, co. Essex, 424.

Brent Hall. See Finchingfield.

Brenton, Jahleel, collector, surveyor and searcher of Customs, New England, 136, 415.

Brest, France, the landing at Camaret Bay, officers killed in, 247, 312.

Bret. See Brett.

Breton (Bretton), Richard, comptroller of Petty Customs, London port, 361; comptroller of Praetermitted Customs, London port, 361; customer, Sandwich port, 361; keeper of the Cocquet Seal, London port, 361; petition for allowance, 228.

Brett (Bret), Margaret, annuity of, 263.

-, Stephen, fined for exporting wool, 50, 268.

Bretton. See Breton.

Brewer (Bruer), —, complaint against Customs officers, 78; scheme for preventing the owling trade, 79.

Brewster, Sir Francis, of Dublin, a Commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 350.

Bridbrook. See Birdbrook.

Bridekirk, Bridkirke, co. Cumberland, manor of, 255.

Bridgeman, William, Clerk of the Privy Council, 198, 204, 339.

Bridges (Bridger), Brook, an Auditor of Imprests, 9, 34, 43, 48, 51, 52, 74, 120, 128, 173, 199, 214, 283, 292, 303, 359, 404.

-, [John], of Lincoln's Inn, Solicitor of the Customs, 43, 44, 135, 151.

-, Sir Matthew, regiment of, 312.

Bridgetown, Barbados, Commissioner and collector of Customs. See Sharp, W.

Bridgwater, co. Somerset, customer of. See Wolstenholme, T.

Bridgwater, Earl of. See Egerton, J.

Bridkirke. See Bridekirk.

Brienne (Brien), Simon de, and Mary his wife, housekeepers and wardrobekeepers at Kensington, 58, 179, 196–7, 206, 270, 275, 392.

Briggs (Brigs), Augustine, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Norfolk, 26, 74, 177, 303, 328, 342.

Brightford, Brighford, co. Sussex, 426.

Brigs. See Briggs.

Brill, John, lost order registered on wine etc. duties, 269.

Brincknell, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

Brisbane, William, tidesman, London port, exchanges with noontender, 411.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 26, 76, 129.
-, collector of, 56, 94, 259, 328. See also Colt, J. D.
-, comptroller of. See Taylor, W.
-, Custom House, 146.
-, customer of. See Goddard, J.; Watson, G.
-, customer outwards. See FitzHerbert, H.
-, Customs Commissioner at. See Henley, R.
-, Customs officers at, 160, 245, 318, 347, 359, 362, 379, 397, 402, 411.
-, Excise collector. See Allen, J.
-, Forces embarking at, for Ireland, 68, 70, 308.
-, herring trade, 379.
-, merchants of, 146, 190, 328, 359, 379.
-, mint at, 201, 267, 346.
-, post stage between, and Exeter, 313; and Shrewsbury, 388; and Wotton under Edge, 278, 299, 305, 313.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Brown, C.
-, Sheriffs of. See Daines, Sir W.; Hawkins, J.
-, ship of, 116, 132.
-, surveyor of. See Howe, A.; Yates, J.
-, tobacco imported into, damaged, 359.

Bristow, Robert, merchant, delivery to, of the Success, 110.

Brixham, co. Devon, 130, 160.

Brixton, Grixton, co. Surrey, hundred of, 419.

Broadhurst, John, porter at the Exchequer gate, 156, 322, 412.

Broadley, Henry, tidesman, Dover port, 152.

Brockett, William, pension for, 317, 362.

Brodrick, [William], counsel to the Revenue, Ireland, 98; bad character of, 98, 394; another to be chosen instead of, 98, 394.

Bromat. (Broomat), Henry, boatman, Lymington, 402.

-, Joseph, tidesman and weighing porter, Southampton, 130.

Brome, —, concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 54, 55.

Bromfield (Bromfeild), co. Cumberland, lands in, 256.

- See also Bromfords.

Bromfield (Bromfeild), —, landwaiter, London port, indicted for not serving the office of constable, 325.

-, Thomas or French, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Sussex, 302, 341.

Bromfords, Bromfeild, in Nevendon, co. Essex, manor of, 424.

Bromley, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Bronde. See Brande.

Brook (Brooke), Chidley, collector and receiver of the Revenues, New York, 332, 366, 407.

Brook Farm. See Chadwell.

Brooke. See Brook.

Brookham. See Bookham.

Broomat. See Bromat.

Brosse Fortin, — la, pension for, 141.

Brough, Burgh, Burghe, co. Westmorland, schoolmaster of, pension of, 256; stipendary of, lands of, 255.

Brough, [James], Reformed lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 322.

Brougham. See Braugham.

Broughton, Hugh, Consul at Venice, 357.

-, Thomas, collector of Customs, Charleston, South Carolina, 338.

Brousse, — la, pension for, 141.

Brown (Brawn, Brawne, Browne), —. counsel, 34.

-, -, [lieutenant], 25.

-, Charles, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Somerset and Bristol, 16, 30, 32, 71, 200, 219, 302, 341; surety for [J.] Allen, 17, 32.

-, George, boatman, Hull port, 278.

-, Helen, Viscountess Kenmare (Kinmare), wife of Sir Nicholas, annuity to, out of the forfeited Kenmare estates, 83, 297, 368, 392; agents of, 94; petition of, 60, 94, 297.

-, Ignatius, forfeited lands of, 333.

-, Sir Nicholas, 2nd Viscount Kenmare (Kinmare), forfeited estate of, 94, 95, 96, 297, 368, 392, 394; trustees for, 96, 297.

-, Peter, a messenger extraordinary of the Chamber, 395.

-, Rupert, to attend the Treasury, 68.

-, Sir Valentine, 1st Viscount Kenmare (Kinmare), forfeited estate of, 94, 95, 96, 297, 368, 392, 394; trustees for, 96, 297.

-, William, case of, 68.

-, -, of London, merchant, caveat against grant of jointure estate of Lady H. MacCarthy, 269, 351; house of, against Aldermary Church, Bow Lane, 269.

-, [William], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Browne Fitz Jeffry, James, forfeited lands of, 333.

Browning, Jane, widow of Micah, pension for, 409.

-, Micah, commander of the Mountjoy, 409.

Brownjohn, [Rawlins, agent for prisoners of war in Jersey and Guernsey], 30.

Broxted alias Chawreth, Chaworth, co. Essex, 423.

Bruce, James, Presbyterian minister, Northern Ireland, 375.

Brudenell (Brudenall, Brudenel), —, browsewood, New Forest, 6.

-, Thomas, colonel, 93; late regiment of, 179, 312; Marine regiment of, 93, 270, 287, 381.

Bruer. See Brewer.

Bruges, Flanders, officer killed near, 247.

Brun, — le, pension for, 142.

Brunevalle, —, pension for, 142.

Brunskel, [Percival], payment to, 64.

Brunswick and Luneburg, Envoy to the Princes of. See Cressett, J.

Brussels, Belgium, 280; Envoy at. See Hill, R.; messengers of the Chamber at, 42.

Bryan (Bryen), —, pension for, 142.

-, Donogh, mortgage to, 264.

-, Walter, forfeited lands of, 263.

Bryant, Henry, tidesman and boatman, Starcross, 130.

Bryen. See Bryan.

Bryers, George, a clerk of the Receipt, 314.

Bubertby [?Bobberby], co. Cumberland, rent of mill, 255.

Buccleuch, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

Buchan (Bochan), [John], colonel, regiment of, 8, 80, 174, 224, 247.

Buckeridge (Buckeridg, Buckridg), [Edmund, sub-Commissioner for Prizes], Plymouth, 12, 13, 402.

Buckholt, East, co. Southampton, forest of, 356.

Buckingham, county of, Post Office in, 241.
-, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Horton, H.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Herne, J.

Buckingham, Duchess of. See Villiers, Mary.

-, Duke of. See Villiers, G.

Buckland, co. Surrey, 419.

Bucklawren, co. Cornwall, manor of, 279.

Buckle, —, timber, New Forest, 4.

Buckridg. See Buckeridge.

Bude, co. Cornwall, 131, 169.

Buffin, Lord. See Bourke, J.

Buisson, Henry, a Protestant refugee, petition for return of lace, 405.

Bullidon. See Balingdon.

Bully, Thomas, preventive officer, Polperro, 131; riding officer, Looe, 131.

Bulmer, co. Essex, 424; lands in, 424.

Bumpstead, Bamstead, Bamsted, Bumsted, co. Essex, 424, 425.

-, [in Helion Bumpstead], co. Essex, manor of, 425.

-, Helion, Hellion, co. Essex, 425.

Bunce, Williamina, spinster, royal bounty for, 76, 201, 332.

Bunratty, co. Clare, barony of, 264, 333, 334.

Buntingford, co. Hertford, houses and tenements, 423; market and fair, 423.

Burau, —, pension for, 143.

Burbeth Hamblett, co. Sussex, 426.

Burchett (Burchet), [Josiah, Secretary to the Admiralty], 6, 110, 112, 229, 248, 338.

Burden, Edmund, of Hollington, information against, for exporting wool, 208, 216.

Bureau, Pierre, Reformed ensign, pension for, 124.

Burgess (Burgesse), —, timber, New Forest, 3.

Burgh, Burghe. See Brough.

Burghill, Francis, Somerset Herald, 196.

Burgoine (Burgoin), Robert, landsurveyor, London port, 253.

-, Thomas, landwaiter, Dartmouth, 131; riding officer, Plymouth, 131.

Burke. See Bourke.

Burkhamsted. See Berkhampstead.

Burley, Burly, co. Rutland, 422.

Burlin [?Borley], co. Essex, 424.

Burlington, Earl of. See Boyle, C.

Burly. See Burley.

Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 211, 329.

Burnham, co. Buckingham, manor of, 228; woodlands near, 144, 228.

-, co. Essex, 106, 169.

Burridge, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Devon and Exeter, 328, 331, 341.

Burringham, Boringham, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Burrington, Charles, judgment to, 355.

Burstable. See Barstaple.

Burstead, Bursted, Great, co. Essex, 424.

Burstow, Bastow, co. Surrey, 241.

Burt (Birt), Charles, allowance for carrying votes etc., 399.

-, John, timber, New Forest, 3, 4.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Hereford, 309, 313.

Burton. See Puerton.

Burton, —, concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 55.

-, -, letter concerning the Household in Holland, 24.

-, Francis, lease of the Kenmare estates, 297.

-, Lancelot, loans by, 133, 134; payment to, 172.

-, [Robert], undersearcher, London port, 35, 36, 37.

-, Sir Thomas, troop of, 25.

-, William, clerk to the Agents for Taxes, 176, 252, 258.

Burton thinge, in Seaton, co. Rutland, 422.

Bury, Jacob, surveyor, Harwich port, 166; surveyor, Lynn Regis, 166, 167.

-, John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. and city of Nottingham, 298, 342, 343.

Bury St. Edmund's, St. Edmunds Bury, co. Suffolk, 341.

Busfield, John, a Blackwell Hall factor, 18; servant to. See Mulcaster, —.

Bushey Park. See Hampton Court.

Buss, —, widow, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

Bustoridge, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Butchers lease, co. Dublin, 265.

Butler, —, captain, killed at Aughrim, 312, 337.

-, Charles, 2nd Earl of Arran, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 87, 386; regiment of, 414.

-, [George], lieutenant, died in the service, 284, 312, 337.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205; lands in Kilkenny, 375; troop of Guards of, agent to. See Calcott, E.

-, Mary, widow of [George], petition of, 284; royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, Sir Philip, complaint against Customs officers, 78.

-, Robert, Deputy Remembrancer of First Fruits and Tenths, 327.

-, Sarah, widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

Buttinghill, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Butts, Daniel, 27, 30; commissary to disband Col. Holt's regiment in the West Indies, 20, 22, 24, 158, 159; transport of Irish to France in 1691, 38, 39, 207.

Buttsbury, Battesbury, co. Essex, 425.

Byfield, Bifield, co. Northampton, 420.

Byng (Bing), George, captain, respite on pay, 402.

-, [George], commissary to the four Marine regiments, 287.

Bynns, [Richard], colonel, issue for, 185.

Byrd. See Bird.