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C., B., invited to make out a discovery, 311.

Cabborns, Canvers alias Cunborne, in Stanford le Hope, co. Essex, manor of, 423.

Cadiz, Spain, fleet at, in 1696, 179; ship from, 121; Victualling service, 4, 67, 103, 396, 416.

Caher McAjure. See Cahermackateer.

Caherfurvaus, Cahirforvas, co. Galway, 351.

Cahermackateer, Caher McAjure, co. Clare, 265.

Cahermacrusheen. See Carhirm Coskin.

Cahirforvas. See Caherfurvaus.

Cailland (Caliau, Callaud), Stephen, pension for, 18, 39, 201.

Calandrin, —, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Calceworth, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Calcott (Calcot), Alexander, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, London, etc., 133.

-, Evan, agent to the Duke of Ormonde's Second Troop of Guards, 253.

Caldbeck, Culdbeck, co. Cumberland, lands in, 255.

Caldecott, Caldcotes thinge, co. Rutland, 422.

Calder, co. Cumberland, 256; site of the late priory and grange, 255.

Caldwell, Elizabeth, annuityout of forfeited estates, Ireland, 374; petition for reward for supplies to garrisons, Ireland, 88, 374.

-, [William], captain, commander of the Anglesey, prize embezzlements, 12, 13, 234, 338.

Caliau. See Cailland.

Calisnagh. See Callisnagh.

Callaghan (Callaghaim, Callaghann), Teige, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

Callaud. See Cailland.

Callisnagh, Calisnagh, co. Antrim, 352.

Calshot Castle, co. Southampton, garrison of, 415.

Calverley, Henry, grant of marshes in cos. Denbigh and Flint, and Wamoore waste etc. in cos. Worcester and Gloucester, 212.

Calvert, Charles, Lord Baltimore, troop of, 25.

Cam, Richard, clerk of the Fines, Ludlow, 273.

Camaret Bay. See Brest.

Camberwell, co. Surrey, Marines' quarters at, 253.

Camble, —. lieutenant, killed at Landen, 248.

-, [Eliz.], widow, royal bounty for, 248.

Cambon, [Francois] du, regiment of, 63, 323.

Cambridge, county of, assessment arrears, 382.
-, Excise collector. See Ireton, H.
-, Receiver General of Assessments, 85. See also Love, W.; Mason, J.; Seyliard, T.
-, Sheriff of. See Harrison, T.

Cambridge, University of, Divinity Lecturer, 227.
-, Emmanuel College, issue for, 171, 226.
-, issue for, 171, 227.
-, perpetuities, for Divinity Lectures, 220; for a Preacher, 171, 220.
-, Reader of Civil Law, 227. See also Oxenden, G.
-, Reader of Physic, 227. See also Brady, R.

Camell, William, of Diss, maltster and brewer, petition of, 359.

Camp, —, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Campbell, —, lieutenant, killed before Namur, 248.

-, Archibald, Lord Lorne (Lorn), regiment of, 8, 80, 174, 410.

-, David, agent to the troop of Scots Guards, 174.

-, [Eve], widow, royal bounty for, 248.

Campion, —, complaint against Customs officers, 78.

Canada, Commissioners in, 92; Governor of, goods reserved to, 92.
-, See also Fort Nelson; York Fort.

Candleshoe, Candleshow, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Canfield, Chanfield, Danfeild alias Canfeild, co. Essex, 423.

-, Little, co. Essex, 423.

Cannerheugh, Kumer Hugh, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Canrades, co. Essex, 424.

Canterbury, co. Kent, assessments, 126.
-, Commission of Enquiry into superstitious lands, 397.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 126.
-, Customs officer, 301.
-, Marines' quarters at, 51, 240, 243.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Spencer, G.

Canterbury, Archbishopric of, Archbishop of. See Tension, T.; Tillotson, J. Receiver of, 65.

Canterbury, Prerogative Court of, 350.

Canvers. See Cabborns.

Canwick, co. Lincoln, 342.

Cape Finisterre, Spain, 209.

Capel (Capell), Algernon, 22nd Earl of Essex, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205.
-, regiment of, 247, 248, 414; agent to. See Gibbons, E.

-, Henry, Lord Capel, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 368.

-, [Samuel], petition of, 87.

Caragh. See Cossatrina.

Carbery, co. Cork, barony of. 354.

Carbery, Earl of. See Vaughan, J.

Carboise, Flanders, 42.

Carbonnell (Carbonell), Martin, royal bounty for, 202.

-, William, et al., of London, merchants, payment for hire of ships, 358.

Carbury, Earl of. See Vaughan, J.

Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, 382.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 125.
-, customer of. See Gwyn, R.; Gwyn, R. R.
-, Customs sloop, 129.

Cardigan, county of, original seal, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 321, 360; Receiver General of Assessments. See Howells, G.

Carew, Henry, a Teller of the Receipt, 185, 313, 349, 370, 392; executor of. See Carew, T.; sureties of. See Mountstephens, J., et al.

-, [John], lieutenant, killed at Limerick, 248.

-, Sybil, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 248.

-, Thomas, executor of Henry, 349, 392.

Carey (Carie, Cary), [Anne], widow, royal bounty for, 295, 377.

-, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, late Treasurer of the Navy, 102.

-, John, petition concerning the herring trade at Bristol, 379.

-, Lucius Henry, 6th Viscount Falkland, support and maintenance of, 63, 90, 295, 377.

-, Richard, of Mincing Lane, [Commissioner of the agents for Barbados and the Leeward Islands], 27, 28.

-, Robert, Lord Hunsdon, royal bounty for, 51, 58, 253.

Carhirm Coskin [?Cahermacrusheen], co. Clare, 354.

Carie. See Carey.

Carlford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 342.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 129.
-, Black Friars, tenements belonging to, 255.
-, Church, chantries of St. Katherine etc. and St. Mary, lands of, 255.
-, collector of. See Bere, R.
-, comptroller of. See Miller, M.
-, Friars Minors, lands of, 255.
-, garrison, 213, 224, 415.
-, Irish soldiers, prisoners at, 213, 224, 402, 412.

Carlisle, Bishop of, pensions to, 256; synodal or procuration to, 380; see also Nicholson, W.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, C.

Carlisle, Ellen, royal bounty for, 201.

-, [James], captain, killed at Limerick, 247.

-, [Sarah], widow of [James], royal bounty for, 247.

Carlton, Christopher, Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 412.

Carmarthen, county of, original seal, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 321, 360; Receiver General of Assessments. See Howells, G.

Carmarthen, co. Carmarthen, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 326.

Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Osborne, P.

Carmarthen River, 210.

Carmavy, Carmevay, co. Antrim, 352.

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

Carnagh, East, co. Roscommon, 265.

-, West, co. Roscommon, 265.

Carname, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Carnarvon, county of, lands and tenements in, 228; Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.

Carnavanaghan, Cavanahanlan, co. Armagh, 263.

Carolina, North, 106.

-, South, 338.

Carr, Samuel, the King's Stationer, 382.

Carra, co. Mayo, barony of, 352.

Carrahal. See Carrowhall.

Carrickfergus, co. Antrim, collector of Revenue. See Richardson, S.; Ordnance establishment, 140.

Carrickrovaddy, Curraghrody alias Carrigrovady, co. Down, 263.

Carriganawura, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 335.

Carrignavar, Carrignavor, co. Cork, 351, 353.

Carrigrovady. See Carrickrovaddy.

Carringham, Carringtom. See Corringham.

Carrowdrishagh. See Carrowndrisha.

Carrowentubber. See Carrowntober.

Carrowhall, Carrahal, co. Mayo, 352.

Carrowkeel, Carrowkee, Carra barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Carrowkelly [? Carrowkeel], Corcomroe barony, co. Clare, 354.

Carrowkiltyan [? Curraghkilleen], co. Clare, 334.

Carrowmore, Dunkellin barony, co. Galway, 351.

Carrowndrisha, Carrowdrishagh, co. Roscommon, 351.

Carrowntober, Carrowentubber, Athenry barony, co. Galway, 334.

Carrowreagh, Carrowreough, Dunmore barony, co. Galway, 333.

- or Keelcurragh, co. Roscommon, 265.

Carrowrooleranagh alias Magherycoleranaghicar, Inchiquin barony, co. Clare, 265.

Carrowstonebegg. See Corrastoona Beg.

Carshalton, co. Surrey, 419.

Carswell, —, of Knightsbridge, clipped money of, 76.

-, Richard, Customs officer, 216, 298.

Carter, —, pretences concerning counterfeit Malt tickets, 21.

-, Cha., house of, in Skinner Row, Dublin, 335.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 269.

-, Robert, waiter and searcher, Lancaster, 402.

Carthy. See MacCarthy.

Cary, co. Antrim, barony of, 353.

Cary. See Carey.

Cashams. See Goshems.

Cashlan. See Coslane.

Casseres, [Francis] de, proposal concerning Salt tallies, 34.

Casterton, Little, co. Rutland, 421.

Castlebrock, Castlebrack, co. Longford, 353.

Castlehaven, Earl of. See Tuchet, J.

Castlemaine, Earl of. See Palmer, R.

Cate, Robert, boatman, Hurst, 130.

Caterham, Chatterham, co. Surrey, 419.

Catharie, — la, pension for, 141.

Catherine of Bragança, Queen of Charles II, the Queen Dowager, annuities of, 30, 181, 194, 276, 364.
-, chapel of, at St. James's, 83, 365.
-, issues for, 30, 33, 54, 58, 83, 181, 191, 194, 277.
-, jointure lands, 161, 384, 406.
-, loan by, 191.
-, manors of Barrow, 368; Barton, 368; Crowland, 368; Deeping, 299; Eltham, 338; Goxhill, 368; Hogsthorpe, 368; Old Court, 406; Rosegate, 368.
-, memorial of, 54.
-, patents of, 181. 194, 276, 364.
-, tenant to. See Bertie, C.
-, trees felled for the service of, 269.
-, trustees of, 299.

Caulfield, William, Lord Charlemont, regiment raised by, 274.

Causse, — du, pension for, 141.

Cavan, county of, collector of Revenue. See Nicholson, —.

Cavan, Countess of. See Lambart, Castilina.

Cavanahanlan. See Carnavanaghan.

Cavencow, in Llanelltyd, co. Merioneth, mountain of, 320.

Cavendish, William, Duke of Devonshire, Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 104, 172, 206.
-, Lord Steward of the Household, 272.
-, pension to the Duchess of Mazarin payable in name of, 137.
-, regiment of, 229.

Cawsand, Cawsam, Bay, co. Cornwall, 131.

Cawthorne, Richard, vicar of Hampton, annuity of, 382.

Cawthorp (Cawthorpe), William, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Lincoln, 238, 302, 303, 340, 342.

Cecil, James, 17th Earl of Salisbury, regiment of, 20, 25, 26, 258; agent to. See Baptist, —; Sadler, E.

Chabrolles, —, pension for, 142.

Chace. See Chase.

Chadstone, Chaddeston, co. Northampton, 420.

Chadwell, co. Essex, Brook (Le Brook) farm in, 424.

Chainlorier, —, pension for, 142.

Chalker, Mary, witness for N. Miles, 269.

Challoner (Chaloner), —, apprehended, 18, 21, 159.

Chamberlain (Chamberlaine), Joseph, of London, merchant, information against ship, 186.

-, Michael, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

-, Robert, 424.

-, [Thomas], consul, money for the Fleet at Cadiz in 1696, 179.

-, William, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. York, 291; Surveyor in general of said duties, 290.

Chambers, Lady Mary. See Berkeley, Lady Mary.

-, Thomas, husband of Lady Mary Berkeley, 65, 300.

Chamlorier, —, pension for, 142.

Chance, Daniel, et al., petition for payment for Army clothing, 87, 316.

-, Joseph, a messenger of the Chamber, 295; reward for, 153, 173.

Chancellerie, — la, pension for, 142.

Chandler, Philip, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Southampton, 309; Surveyor in general of said duties, 313.

Chanfield. See Canfield.

Chapel, Chappelld, co. Essex, manor of, 426.

Chapel Engarder, Chapel Angather, co. Cornwall, 131.

Chaplin (Chaplaine, Chaplyn), Jeremiah, usher to the King, petition for grant of plantations at St. Christopher, 364.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Suffolk, 302, 341.

Chapman, —, surety for T. Albert, 51.

-, Simon or Sims, a messenger of the Chamber, 41, 42, 278; dismissed and restored, 41.

Chappell, George, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 313.

Chappelld. See Chapel.

Charlemont, co. Armagh, garrison of, 140; Governor of, 140; Ordnance establishment, 140.

Charlemont, Lord. See Caulfield, W.

Charles I, 257; bridge over the Tweed built by, 153; lease by, 220.

Charles II, 20, 155.
-, annuity granted by, 252.
-, escape of, from the battle of Worcester, list of persons instrumental in, 65.
-, grants by, of share of profits of uncustomed goods, etc., 114–5; of quit rents, Virginia, 124, 162, 187; of demesnes of Gillingham Forest, 160–1; of the Brake Garden, 204; of Keepership of the Tennis Court, 208; of marshes in cos. Denbigh and Flint and Wamoore waste etc. in cos. Worcester and Gloucester, 212; of fees to the clerks of the Fines, Ludlow, 273; of duty on logwood, 360; of reserved rent in lease of prizage and butlerage, 361; of Old Court manor, 406.
-, lease by, of waifs', strays', felon's goods etc., 362.
-, pension granted by, 368.
-, purchases by, of quit rents, Virginia, 162; of houses in East Greenwich, 360.

Charleston, South Carolina, collector of Customs. See Broughton, T.; Guerard, P. J.

Charlton, co. Kent, 360.

Charnock, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 172, 197, 205.

Charrier, —, pension for, 142.

Chase (Chace), James, the King's apothecary, 172, 175, 194, 206.

Chasloup, [Peter], Reformed lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 322.

Chatham, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 261.
-, Navy Chest, 15, 22, 159.
-, Sick and Wounded at, 21.
-, Yard, discharge of caulkers, 1, 105.

Chatterham. See Caterham.

Chaworth, Chawreth. See Broxted.

Checesham. See Chelsham.

Cheevly, John, preventive officer, Mevagissey, 131.

Chelmsford, co. Essex, 230; hundred of, 425.

Chelsea, co. Middlesex, Chelsea Mead alias Thames Mead, 154.
-, Franklin's Meadow, 154.
-, land adjoining the Hospital, 146, 154.
-, St. James's Acres, 154.

Chelsea Hospital, burying ground, 154.
-, issues for, 7, 174, 236.
-, kitchen garden, 154.
-, outpensioners' quarters, 32, 186, 245.
-, Treasurer of, rent payable to, 154.
-, watercourses, 154.

Chelsham, Checesham, co. Surrey, 419.

Chenall, John, Customs sloop commander, 129.

Chepsted. See Chipstead.

Cherry, John, forfeited estate of the Earl of Dover, 279, 382; payment to, 99.

Cherry Garth Close, co. Cumberland, tithe rent, 255.

Chesham, Chesson, co. Buckingham, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Chester, county of, 383.
-, Deputy Auditor for. See Hewitt, R.
-, Justices of, 226, 278. See also Jekyll, Sir J.; Lovell, Sir S. outlaws' lands, 360.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.; Whitley, M.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Austin, T.
-, Sheriffs of. See Hurleston, C.; Lee, T.

Chester, co. Chester, city and port of, 114.
-, Castle, 362.
-, citizens, petition of, 87.
-, comptroller of. See Deane, M.; Marshall, S.
-, customer of. See Meredith, R.
-, districts of, 234.
-, Forces, embarking at, for Ireland, 68, 70, 308; transported to, 275.
-, garrison, 415.
-, mint at, 346, 362.
-, searcher of. See Waring, R.
-, surveyor of. See Done, E.; Merrett, C.

Chesterford, Great, co. Essex, 425; lands in, 426.

-, Little, co. Essex, 425.

Chetwynd, Anne, [wife of Thomas, apothecary to the Royal Hospital, Ireland], payment of part of her husband's arrears, 66.

-, Charles, Auditor [of Wales], 101, 102, 250, 361.

Chichester, co. Sussex, 270, 379.
-, comptroller of. See Dobell, J.; House. F.
-, customer of. See Smith, J.
-, Marines' quarters at, 52, 251, 256.

Chichester, Bishop of. See Grove, R.; Williams, J.

Chichester, Richard, collector of Plantation Duties, Rappahannock River, Virginia, 106.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher, Gravesend, 365, 385; searcher, London port, 385; trustee for. See Foulkes, M.

-, William, searcher, Gravesend, 365.

Chignall St. James, Chignall, co. Essex, Stevens (Stephois) lands in, 425.

Child, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 233.

-, Sir Francis, the King's jeweller, 43, 221.

-, John, of Devizes, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Wilts and Salisbury, 133, 235, 285, 342.

-, Sir Josiah, et al., late contractors for Victualling, debt claimed by, 28, 189.

-, Leonard, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Surrey, 340.

Chipping-Warden, Wardon, co. Northampton, hundred of, 420.

Chipstead, Chepsted, co. Surrey, 419.

Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 55.

Chithurst, Cudhurst, co. Sussex, 426.

Cholmondeley (Cholmley, Cholmondley), George, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 205.

-, [George], colonel and brigadier, regiment of, 80; agent to, See Seaton, —; chaplain to. See Paget, E.

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

Christian, [Charles], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Christmas, John, royal bounty for, 268.

Church, Ursula, royal bounty for, 202.

Churchill, [Charles], major-general, 312.

-, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 202.

-, George, colonel, regiment of, 185, 247, 414.

Churchland, co. Surrey, 419, 420.

-, in Effingham, co. Surrey, 420.

Churchy, William, commander of the Success, 110.

Cinque Ports, garrison of, 415.
-, Judge Official and Commissary of the Admiralty Court. See Oxenden, G.
-, Lord Warden of, allowance to, 321.

Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 125.

Civill, Hester d', royal bounty for, 202.

Clairmein, manor of, 276.

Clane, co. Kildare, barony of, 265.

Clanmorris, co. Mayo, barony of, 333, 352.

Clanricarde, Earl of. See Bourke, J.; Bourke, R.; Bourke, W.

Clapham, co. Surrey, 419.

Clapton. See Clopton.

Clare, county of, forfeited lands in, 264, 265, 333, 334, 351, 354, 374.

Clare, Viscount. See O'Brien, D.

Clarendon, Earl of. See Hyde, E.; Hyde, H.

Claret Hall mill, Clarretthall mill, [in Ashen], co. Essex, 426.

Claridge, Richard, extraordinary landcarriageman, [London port], 329.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk), Edward, lost order for an annuity, 147; loan by, 147.

-, Francis, a messenger of the Chamber, 395.

-, -, seizure of author of libels, 411.

-, George, [Secretary at War], 24, 104, 112, 113, 126, 158, 170, 173, 185, 187, 189, 207, 209, 402.

-, James, judgment to, 355.

-, John, customer, Boston port, 411.

-, -, noontender, London port, 324.

-, -, le, petition concerning seizure of gold wedge, 379.

-, Samuel, a Commissioner of Customs, 18, 28, 29, 43, 121.

-, Susanna, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Sir Talbot, et al., Commissioners to enquire of leases in the Savoy, 401.

-, Thomas, bill of exchange, 124.

-, William, keeper of Bagshot Rails, Windsor Forest, 193, 206.

Clarretthall mill. See Claret Hall mill.

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

Clavering, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Claydon. See Bosmere.

Claypole, —, Customs officer, 324.

Clayton, Andrew, collector of Excise, debt of, 266, 313.

-, Mary, bond of, for Andrew her son, 313.

-, Thomas, petition for payment for Army clothing, 298.

-, William, petition concerning the debt of his brother Andrew, 313.

-, -, Agent for Taxes, 176, 251, 258, 308, 349, 397.

-, -, clerk to the Auditor of the Receipt, 2, 69, 70, 81, 151, 279, 327.

Cleator, Cleter, co. Cumberland, curates of St. Bridget and St. Leonards, pensions of, 256.

Cleave, William, witness for N. Miles, 269.

Clement, Simon, merchant, petition for return of Customs bonds, 160.

Clench, [Bruen], son of [Catherine], pension of, 24.

-, [Catherine], widow, payment to, 24.

Clerk. See Clark.

Cleter. See Cleator.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Palmer, Barbara.

Cleverskerke, Seigneur de. See Brande, [M. I.] van den.

Clevester, [Cary barony, co. Antrim], 353.

Clide, —la, pension for, 141.

Clifford's Fort, co. Hereford, garrison of, 415.

Clifton. See Cliston.

Clinston [?Liston, in Gosfield], co. Essex, lands in, 424.

Clinton, —, in Downing Street, 348.

-, Francis, 21st Earl of Lincoln, park of, at Tattershall, 244.

-, Henry, 22nd Earl of Lincoln, royal bounty for the support of, 71, 171, 326.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 201.

-, Susanna, Dowager Countess of Lincoln, 171, 326.

Cliston, Clifton, co. Devon, hundred of, 266, 274.

Cloche, — la, pension for, 141.

Cloghglass, co. Antrim, 352.

Cloghreharan, Ballintober barony, co. Roscommon, 351.

Clonboy. See Ballinacor.

Cloncagh. See Clooncah.

Clondalkin, co. Dublin, 334.

Clonderalaw, co. Clare, barony of, 354.

Clone, Galmoy barony, co. Kilkenny, 353.

Clonegare, Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 334.

Clonegrossan. See Cloonagrassan.

Clonfad, Clonfadd, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 263.

-, Clonfadda, Queen's County, 369.

Clongalcont, Duhallow barony, co. Cork, 266.

Clonlehard. See Cloonlahard.

Clonmeane, Athenry barony, co. Galway, 334.

Clonmoyle, co. Westmeath, 355.

Clonnegare, Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 334.

Clontarf, co. Dublin, 387.

Clontee [? Cloontybaunan], co. Mayo, 352.

Clontra. See Cloontra.

Clookeighan. See Cloonkeehan.

Cloonacaltry, Coolenecaltry, co. Roscommon, 265.

Cloonagrassan, Clonegrossan, co. Roscommon, 333.

Clooncah, Cloncagh, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 334.

Cloone, Tirawley barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Cloonelo. See Cloonlee.

Cloonfad, Ballintober barony, co. Roscommon, 351.

Clooninisclin, Cloonisklan, co. Roscommon, 351.

Cloonkeehan, Clookeighan, co. Roscommon, 351.

Cloonlahard, Clonlehard, co. Limerick, 347.

Cloonlee, Cloonelo, co. Roscommon, 351.

Cloontra, Clontra, co. Clare, 265.

Cloontybaunan. See Clontee.

Clopton (Clapton), —, a justice of the peace, Hinckford hundred, co. Essex, 116.

-, Hugh, Rouge Dragon, 196.

Clough, [William], chief searcher, London port, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38.

Cludde (Cludd), Beatrice, widow of [Charles], royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, [Charles], lieutenant-colonel, killed at Landen, 312, 337.

Clumlucane Cloneclonkane, Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 334.

Cobb (Cobbe), Thomas, of Winchester, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 133, 302, 328, 341.

Cock, Cocks. See Cox.

Cocq, —le, pension for, 142.

Codaghbegg, Codaghmore. See Cuddagh.

Codrington (Coddrington), Christopher, colonel, Captain General of the Leeward Islands, 22, 28, 31, 98, 162, 235, 394.

Cogenhoe, co. Northampton, 420.

Coggeshall, William, of Diss, maltster and brewer, petition of, 359.

Cohoon, —, major, 50; payment to widow for his burial, 59.

Coker, Thomas, comptroller, New York, 178.

Colby. See Coleby.

Colchester, co. Essex, 169; messuage in suburbs of, 426; wine and brandy seized at, 388.

Colchilt. See Coleshill.

Cole, —, lieutenant, killed in Flanders, 248.

-, [Edward], lieutenant [of Marines], killed by Capt. [S.] Elliott, 161.

-, Elizabeth, widow, royal bounty for, 248.

-, John, annuity of, 285; loan by, 285.

-, Sir Michael, a Commissioner for Prizes, 67.

-, Thomas, collector, Cowes port, 397.

-, -, secondary in the Pipe Office, 197.

-, -, waiter and searcher, Cowes, 130.

-, William, alias Wiseman, discovered and prosecuted for counterfeiting Exchequer Bills, 176.

-, Windham, Consul at Algiers, 157, 209; royal bounty for, 158, 172.

Coleby (Colby), [Philip], Army clothing, 20, 25, 26, 258.

Colenbine. See Columbine.

Colepeper. See Culpeper.

Coleshill, Colchilt, co. Flint, hundred of, mines in, 283, 325, 360.

Colet, George, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, 389.

Colhoran. See Colquhoun.

Coling (Colinge), Benjamin, keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, 33, 41, 190, 198.

-, Richard, late Clerk of the Privy Council, 204, 213; under-clerk of the Privy Council, 176.

Colliere (Colleire), —, chaplain for Maryland, 14, 133, 170.

Collingtree, Collingtrow, co. Northampton, 420.

Collingwood, [Francis], colonel, 20, 27, 173; regiment of, 16, 19, 20, 23, 74, 76, 82, 89, 138–9, 145, 152, 166, 170, 247, 312, 328, 336, 356, 372, 393, 416.

Collins, —, offers to advance the duty on Low Wines, 45.

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

-, George, a messenger of the Chamber, 395.

Collumbine. See Columbine.

Collville. See Colville.

Collyear. See Colyear.

Colneis, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 342.

Colpeper. See Culpeper.

Colquhoun (Colhoran), Deborah, widow of [James], royal bounty for, 247.

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

Colquit (Colquitt), —, Customs officer, Liverpool port, 116, 348.

Colt, Edward Dutton, colonel, 79, 312; late Foot regiment of, 208, 220, 246; Marine regiment of, 1, 2, 79, 105, 220, 270, 287.

-, -, of St. James's, annuity on the tonnage of ships etc., 241.

-, Sir H., clipped money of, 76.

-, John Dutton, collector, Bristol port, 67, 72, 95, 97, 318, 320; charged with embezzlement, 74, 75, 76, 100, 101, 403; clerk to. See Ballard, D.

Colthorp. See Courthop.

Columbine (Colenbine, Collumbine), [Ventris]. colonel, regiment of, 136, 247, 312.

Colville (Collville, Colvile), Lady Helen. See MacCarthy, Lady Helen.

-, Hill, late husband of Lady Helen, 269, 350–1.

Colyear (Collyear), —, captain, died of wounds received in Flanders, 247.

-, Sir David, 246; regiment of, 247.

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

Combridge, John, petition for tidesman's place, London port, 325.

Compton (Crompton), Hatton, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 205; King's gift to, at christening of his child, 324.

-, Henry, bishop of London, bibles and prayer books for Maryland, 382.
-, commissary appointed by, in Virginia, 110.
-, directions of, concerning a minister for the West Indies, 73; concerning royal bounty to French Ministers, 115.
-, letter concerning Maryland chaplains, 14; concerning Virginia chaplain, 48.

Conaghter. See Cunnagher.

Condon, John, forfeited lands of, 333, 335.

Condons and Clangibbon, co. Cork, barony of, 333, 335.

Condover, co. Salop, 186.

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

Congreve (Cunnigrave), Ellen, widow of [Francis], royal bounty for, 246.

-, [Francis], captain, killed before Namur, 246.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, 50, 51, 63, 64, 65, 68, 79, 81, 105, 111, 112, 152, 240, 266, 275, 280, 289, 296, 307, 308, 314, 323, 338, 347, 348, 390, 395, 402, 417.
-, warrant for, as sole Receiver General, Vice-Treasurer, and Treasurer of War in Ireland, 2, 16, 109, 114.

Conn, William, captain, petition for arrears, 380.

Connock, [John], captain, mortally wounded at Steinkirk, 247.

-, Phillipa, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 247.

Connongs, 290.

Conte, — le, pension for, 142.

Conyers (Conyer), Edward, sheriff of Leicestershire, 360.

-, Sir John, surety for J. Mason, petition of, 382.

-, William, royal bounty for, 201.

Cook (Cooke), John, clerk of the Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer, 346.

-, -, waiter, Bude, 169.

-, Joseph, Surveyor in general of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 389.

-, Peter, boatman, Hamble River, 130.

-, Sir Thomas, petition for debt on Sir J. Friend's estate, 51, 54.

-, Thomas, master of the Endeavor, 121.

-, -, Master of the Tennis Courts, 204, 208.

-, William, employment in the Excise, Ireland, 364.

Cookham, co. Berks, coppices in, 388; Inwood in, 388; Woodward's tenement, 388.

Coolbally. See Ballycoolbeg.

Coolcarrigan, Coolecarrigan alias Coolecheragon, co. Kildare, 265.

Coolenecaltry. See Cloonacaltry.

Coolock, co. Dublin, barony of, 354.

Cooper (Cowper), Arnolt, colonel, payment to widow of, 65.

-, [Ellys], captain of Marines, company of, 240.

-, [John], lieutenant, killed at Landen, 247.

-, Mabella, royal bounty for, 202.

-, -, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 247.

-, Robert, administrator of T. Davenant, 128, 143.

Coote, Charles, 3rd Earl of Mountrath, custodiam grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 368; report of, 83.

-, Richard, 2nd Earl of Bellomont, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, 203. Governor of New York, 9, 19, 33, 47, 48, 126, 229, 231, 237, 407.
-, annuity of, out of the Kenmare estates, 83, 297, 368.
-, grant of the Kenmare estates, 368.

-, Thomas, Justice of the King's Bench, Ireland, a trustee of the Kenmare estates, 297.

Cope, Fra., oath to death of Sir F. Shepherd, 317.

-, Sir John, lease of house adjoining the Customs House, 320.

-, Michael, farmer of the Lotteries, 20, 26, 258.

Coppanagh, Ballymoe half barony, co. Galway, 333.

Copthorne, Topthorne, co. Surrey, hundred of, 419.

Corbally, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

-, Corballis, Salt barony, co. Kildare, 369.

Corbet. See Corbett.

Corbetstown, Navan barony, co. Meath, 354.

-, co. Westmeath, 263.

Corbett (Corbet), Andrew, of the Navy Office, 1, 2, 19, 56, 77, 91, 92, 175, 218.

-, Thomas, fee farm of manor of Beddington, 420.

Corby, co. Northampton, [hundred of], 421.

Corcomroe, co. Clare, barony of, 354.

Cordvent (Corvent), Mary, [widow of Richard], petition of, 132.

-, Richard, clothier, 132.

Corgrage. See Ballyduneen.

Cork, county of, forfeited lands in, 266, 333, 335, 351, 353, 354.

Cork, co. Cork, collector of. See Hanaway, W.
-, garrison of, 141.
-, Governor of, 141.
-, merchant of, 332.
-, Ordnance establishment, 140.
-, repairs at, 245.
-, sea provisions for the Navy, in 1696, 332.

Corkaguiny, co. Kerry, barony of, 355.

Corker, —, captain, killed in Ireland, 247.

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

Corkey, co. Antrim, 264.

Cornagillagh, Cornegillagh, Cornegillah, co. Leitrim, lands of, 273.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, E.

Cornegillagh, Cornegillah. See Cornagillagh.

Cornet (Cornett), Francis, issues to, 68, 295, 304, 311.

Cornwall, county of, collectors of, 180.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 135. See also Hill, S.; Moyle, Sir W.; Rous, R.
-, Receiver General of Assessments, 112. See also Tregeare, R.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Tregeare, R.
-, Sheriff of. See Erisey, R.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Sharp, W.

Cornwall, duchy of, account of, 307.
-, Auditor of. See Bertie, P.
-, lands, 132, 279, 325, 338.
-, messenger of. See Griffith, D.
-, Receiver General of, 357; petition for office of, 378.
-, revenues, 307; fallen, 188; pension on, 31, 185, 188; tallies on, 357.

Cornwall, Duke of. See Henry, Prince of Wales.

Cornwallis, Charles, grant of Tennis Court, 204.

Corrastoona Beg, Carrowstonebegg, co. Roscommon, 333.

Corrigeen, Karrygeen, Queen's County, 369.

Corringham, Carringham, Curringham, co. Essex, 423, 424.

-, Carringtom, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

-, Magna, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

- Parva, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Corvent. See Cordvent.

Cosford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Coslane [?Cashlan], co. Antrim, 352.

Cossatrina alias Crogan alias Caragh [?Croaghaun, Inchiquin barony], co. Clare, 264.

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

Costa (Crasto), John de, loan by, 133.

-, [John] Mendez da, Army contractor, 209.

Cotterell, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 119, 125, 152, 171, 229, 257, 314, 322; a late Commissioner of the Privy Seal, 153.

-, Charles, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, 257; grant of reversion of office of Master of the Ceremonies, 257.

Cottesmore Greetham, Cottersmore Gresham, co. Rutland, 421.

Cottin, —, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Cotton, Sir John, perpetuity of, 219, 227.

-, Sir Robert, a Postmaster General, 43, 78, 81, 250.

Couch, Joseph, tidesman, Exeter port, 287.

Couchman, Charles, a messenger of the Chamber, 41, 42, 278.

Coudriere, — la, pension for, 142.

Couly. See Cowley.

Courteil, —, pension for, 142.

Courthop (Colthorp, Courthope), Edward, a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 372, 408.

-, James, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, 389.

-, [John], colonel, regiment of, 247, 274.

Courtney, Edward, stock-holder in the General Company trading to the East Indies, 166.

Coventry, co. Warwick, collector of duties on tobacco pipes, etc. See Dilly, J.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Andrews, J.; Diston, T.

Coventry and Lichfield, diocese of, discharge of First Fruits, 377.

Cowbridge, co. Glamorgan, hundred of, 125.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, 130, 397; collector of. See Cole, T.

Cowley (Couly, Cowly), Edward, lieutenant, distributor and collector for Stamped paper, co. Lincoln, petition of, 278.

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

-, John, collector of Excise, 151.

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cox (Cock, Cocks), —, Customs officer, Falmouth, 293.

-, Ann, relict of Nathaniel, payment to, 190.

-, John, [servant to the Council Chamber], payment to, 190.

-, Nathaniel, keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, 190, 198.

-, Richard, Receiver General of Assessments, co. and city of Gloucester, 74, 75, 76, 94, 95, 97, 100, 101, 147, 201, 202, 294, 320, 341, 403.

-, Robert, Army chaplain, halfpay for, 220.

-, William, proposal to prevent Salt frauds, 11.

Craghead, Robert, Presbyterian minister, Northern Ireland, 375.

Cragroe, Craigroe, Tulla barony, co. Clare, 265.

Cranborne Park, [co. Dorset], 68.

Cranmer, —, at the Pipe Office, 300.

Crasto. See Costa.

Crawley, —, a clerk of the Navy, 13.

-, Richard, receiver of Admiralty droits, 229.

Creagh, Stephen, petition concerning overpayment on Hall cloth, 339.

-, William, forfeited lands of, 264.

Cregananfe, Bunratty barony, co. Clare, 334.

Cremer, Thomas, accounts of R. Taylor, 58, 60, 275, 281; payment to, 171; to sell tools etc., 201.

Cressett (Cresset), James, Envoy to the Princes of Brunswick and Luneberg, 118, 171, 343–4.

Cricklow (Critchlow), Daniel, engine for stamping buttons, 243, 316.

Crisp (Crispe), John, collector outwards, London port, 40, 43, 44, 56, 241, 261, 262, 404.

-, Nicholas, patent of office of collector outwards, London port, 40, 43.

-, Sir Nicholas, collector outwards, London port, 36, 40, 106, 200; children of, sureties for, 40; trustee for, 43.

-, Thomas, collector outwards, London port, 40, 43, 44, 56, 241, 261, 262, 404; at the Sun, in Fleet Street, 44.

Critchlow. See Cricklow.

Croaghaun. See Cossatrina.

Crogan. See Cossatrina.

Croglin, Croyling, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Crommelin (Cromellin), Lewis, memorial for setting up a linen manufacture in Ireland, 97, 388.

Crompton (Crumpton), Robert, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery tickets, 16, 17, 18, 22, 46, 62, 70, 91, 268, 319, 379, 404, 413.

-, See also Compton.

Cromwell's Town, Cromwellstown, co. Kildare, 369.

Crook, Japhet, of St. Margaret's, co. Hereford, maltster, grant of King's interest in the Phœnix brewhouse etc., 2, 15, 58, 106, 137, 167, 207.

Crosby, co. Westmorland, rectory of, 256, 380.

Crosfeild. See Crossfield.

Cross (Crosse), [William], captain of the Dover, prize embezzlements, 6, 12, 13, 110, 234.

Crossdall, co. Armagh, town lands, 292.

Crosse. See Cross.

Crossfield, Crosfeild, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Crosthwaite, Crosthwayte, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Crouch, John, of Brading, riding officer, Bembridge Point or St. Helens, 130.

Croughton, Croulton, co. Northampton, 420.

Crowhurst, co. Surrey, 419.

Crowinstown, Cryanstown, co. Westmeath, 355.

Crowland, co. Lincoln, manor of, 368.

Crowse, William, sub-Commissioner for Prizes, Plymouth port, 348.

Croxton, [John], captain, subsistence, Foot Guards, 8, 174.

Croydon, co. Surrey, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Croyling. See Croglin.

Crumlin. See Tawnicronlim.

Crump, Lawrence, Portcullis Pursuivant, 196.

Crumpton. See Crompton.

Cruse, Patric, mortgage to, 265.

Cryanstown. See Crowinstown.

Crymes, Henry, seizure of author of libels, 411.

Cuddagh, Codaghmore and Codaghbegg, Queen's County, 369.

Cuddon (Cudden), Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the City of London, payments to, for charity to French Protestants, 326; for receiving loans on the Exchequer, etc., 235; for relief of the poor, 281.
-, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, London, Westminster, Middlesex, and Inns of Court and Chancery, 59, 66, 133, 277, 301, 341, 358.

Cudhurst. See Chithurst.

Cudmore, Henry, employment in the Customs, 166.

Culdbeck. See Caldbeck.

Cull, R., timber, New Forest, 3.

-, Richard, petition for reversionary grant of manors of Rosegate, co. York, and Crowland, Hogsthorpe, Barton, Barrow and Goxhill, co. Lincoln, 90, 368, 384.

Culliford, William, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, 404.

-, -, sailcloth for the Navy, 18, 56, 151, 249, 261, 269, 275.

Cullyworth. See Culworth.

Culpeper (Colepeper, Colpeper), John, Lord Culpeper, royal bounty for, 57, 272.

-, Thomas, Lord Culpeper, annuity to, 162; executor of. See Fairfax, Lord; quit rents, Virginia, 162.

-, Sir William, of Burstow, et al., annuity on the tonnage of ships etc., 241.

Culworth, Cullyworth, co. Northampton, 420.

Cumberland, county of, Crown land revenues, 67; auditor of, 254; list of rents, 255–6; pensions etc. payable out of, 92, 243, 254, 256, 376; Receiver General of. See Hart, R.
-, estate in, 27, 29, 44.
-, Excise collector. See Benson, W.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Braugham, T.; Huddleston, A.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Braugham, T.
-, riding officer. See Warnford, [G.]
-, Sheriff of. See Latus, J.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Child, F.; Henning, J.

Cunborne. See Cabborns.

Cunnagher, Conaghter alias Rosse, co. Mayo, 352.

Cunnigrave. See Congreve.

Cunningham, Magd., royal bounty for, 202.

Curraghanearla, Curraghanearly, Mallow Town and Liberties, co. Cork, 353.

Curraghboy, King's County, 354.

Curraghkilleen. See Carrowkiltyan.

Curraghrody. See Carrickrovaddy.

Curringham. See Corringham.

Currituck, North Carolina, comptroller of. See Brabant, H.; Paise, T.

Curtis, Norton, warehousekeeper of the Stamp Office, 138, 159.

Cusack, Robert, captain, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

Cust, Sir Pury, captain, debt to, for accoutrements, 229; troop of, 229.

Cutts, John, Lord Cutts, 156, 312; Governor of the Isle of Wight, 291; late regiment of, 113, 248.