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'Index of persons and Places: S', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 509-518. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83036 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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S., E., embezzlements of prize ships and goods, 237.

-, R., invitation to make out discovery, 287.

Sacconay, —, regiment of, 218.

Sackville, Charles, 9th Earl of Dorset, and Earl of Middlesex, 41, 213; Keeper of Greenwich Park, 200, 206; late Lord Chamberlain, 221; purchase of fee farm rents, 270, 307, 419–427; return of plate, 376.

-, Thomas, 4th Earl of Dorset, Lord Treasurer, 102.

Sadler, Benjamin, deputy searcher, Bristol port, 362.

-, Eben., agent to Lord Salisbury's regiment, 20, 25, 26, 257.

Saffron Walden, co. Essex, mayor of. See Lyndsell, J.

Saggart, Saggard, co. Dublin, 335.

Sailly, —, pension for, 142.

-, — de, pension for, 142.

St. Agnan, —, pension for, 142.

St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, C.

-, Earl of. See Jermyn, H.

St. Alban's Head, co. Dorset, 129.

St. Augustine, St. Austin, co. Kent, lathe of, Commissioners of Assessments, 126.

St. Christopher, West Indies, Deputy Governor of. See Hill, T.
-, escheator and receiver of casual revenue, petition for place of, 364.
-, Independent Company in, 127.
-, plantations at, forfeited by Irish Papists, 364.

St. Clair, —, lieutenant, killed before Namur, 312, 337.

-, [Christian], widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

St. Cyre, —, pension for, 142.

St. Edmunds Bury. See Bury St. Edmund's.

St. Estienne, —, pension for, 142.

St. Fauste, —, pension for, 142.

St. George, Sir Henry, Clarencieux King, 196.

-, Sir Thomas, Garter King, 196.

St. Germain, —, pension for, 141.

St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, 130.

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, 131.

St. James Town. See Jamestown.

St. James's Park. See London and Westminster—streets etc. in.

St. John Beckermet, St. Johns by Calder, co. Cumberland, curate of, pension of, 256.

St. John's, Newfoundland, 124.

St. Johns by Calder. See St. John Beckermet.

St. Kennith Kibbor. See Kibbor.

St. Loe, —, paper concerning retrenchment of the Household, 20.

-, [George], captain, [Naval Commissioner resident at Plymouth], embezzled prize goods, 13, 234.

St. Maison, —, pension for, 141.

St. Malo, France, 150; goods from, brought to entry, 397; officer killed at, 247.

St. Margaret's, co. Hereford, 167.

St. Maurice, —, pension for, 142.

St. Mawes Castle, co. Cornwall, 131; garrison of, 47, 415; Governor of. See Tredenham, Sir J.; gunners of, 226.

St. Nicholas Island, co. Devon, garrison of, 415.

St. Pierre (St. Pier), [James], captain, troop of, 240.

St. Quintin, Sir William, a Commissioner of Customs, 121.

St. Sauveur, —, pension for, 142.

St. Sebastian, Spain, 76.

St. Your, —, pension for, 142.

Saker, William, master of the Hannah, 146; master of the Hopewell, 146.

Salcey Forest, co. Northampton, felling in, 269, 389.
-, gateing, posting, stileing and cabining of coppices in, 269.
-, Great Lodge, keeper of. See Sha, J.; repairs of barns, stables, etc., 338, 389.
-, keeper of. See Gibbs, —.
-, Madiron Coppices, 269.
-, timber for sale, 269, 389.
-, woodward of. See Newton, T.

Salcombe, co. Devon, Customs officers at, 131, 160, 245.

Saling, Salling, co. Essex, 425.

Salisbury, New Sarum, co. Wilts, Receiver General of Assessments. See Child, J.

Salisbury, Bishop of. See Burnet, G.

-, Earl of. See Cecil, J.

Salling. See Saling.

Salt, co. Kildare, barony of, 369.

Samford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 342.

Sampford, co. Essex, lands in, 424.

-, Great, co. Essex, 425.

-, Little, co. Essex, 425; manor of, 425.

Sandell, Edward, recognizance for E. Southwarke, 339.

Sanders, John, carter, 259.

Sanderstead, Saunderstead, co. Surrey, 419.

Sandes, John, petition for receivership for co. Surrey, 331; receives assessments for co. Surrey, 289.

Sandford (Sandfords), Simon, contractor for pacquet boats, loss by his discharge, 339; recommended to be surveyor, Harwich port, 19.

Sandford le Hope. See Stanford le Hope.

Sandfords. See Sandford.

Sandon Hall, Sendenhall, [in Sandon], co. Essex, manor of, 425.

Sandwell, Joseph, master of the Floyer, noli prosequi to information against his ship, 279, 406.

Sandwich, co. Kent, comptroller of. See Veale, W.; customer of. See Breton, R.

Sandwich, Earl of. See Montagu, E.

Sandys, [Adam], captain, died of wounds received in Flanders, 247.

-, Grissell, widow of [Adam], royal bounty for, 247.

Sanelford le Hope. See Stanford le Hope.

Sanford, Joseph, waiter and searcher, Gosport, 130.

Sansom, John, junior, customer and collector, Poole port, 409.

-, -, senior, [Secretary to the Customs], 17, 46, 47, 146.

Santiney, Nicholas, tallies on, 167.

Sappers Farm. See Wickford.

Sargent. See Serjeant.

Sarindro [? Shardlowe, in Gosfield], co. Essex, lands in, 424.

Sarjeant. See Serjeant.

Sarsfield, —, 38.

Satchfield, Thomas, bailiff, New Park, Richmond, 259.

Saunders, —, opinion on office of chief searcher, London port, 37, 38.

Saunderson, [Thomas], regiment of, 248.

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

Saunderstead. See Sanderstead.

Sautiere, — la, pension for, 141.

Savage, —, seizure of French silks, 367.

-, Philip, a trustee for the Kenmare estates, 96, 297.

-, Richard, Earl Rivers, petition of, 88.

Saville, —, 82.

-, George, 1st Marquess of Halifax, a former Lord Privy Seal, 361.

Savoy, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway; royal compliment to, on the birth of his son, 391.

Saxby, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Saxony, Lower, 344.

Sayers (Sayer), —, 252.

-, Edward, keeper of Cranbourne Chase, Windsor Forest, 288.

-, John, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 205, 366, 367.

Scales, Seales, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Scarborough, Earl of. See Lumley, R.

Scarborough, Edward, collector, Liverpool, 359.

Scarborough Castle, co. York, garrison of, 415.

Scardaun, Scardan, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 333.

Scarlet, Mary, coin-clipper, apprehending of, 343.

Scarlotti, Abbe, Envoy from the Duke of Bavaria, present for, 221.

Scarrowmanwick, Skattoe Monowick, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Scartanarrow [? Scartbarry], co. Cork, 353.

Scarth (Searth), Jonathan, merchant, false entry of goods, 168, 403.

Scattery Island, in the Shannon, Ireland, 345.

Scawen, Sir William, [a Director of the Bank of England], 52.

Schomberg (Schonberg, Schonburg), Charles, 2nd Duke of Schomberg, Army clothing, 218; regiment of, 247.

-, Meinhart de, 3rd Duke of Schomberg, and Duke of Leinster, on service in Flanders, 324.
-, patent concerning inspecting the fishing for wrecks, 244.
-, regiment of, 80, 82, 190, 229, 389, 414; agent to. See Davies, R.; Pauncefort, [T.]

Schryer (Screyer), —, secretary to William, Lord Paget, 57; conclusion of Peace brought over by, 271; journeys from Turkey to England, 271; royal bounty for, 271.

Scilly Island, garrison of, 415.

Scofield, James, informations against, 277.

Scomthorp. See Scunthorpe.

Score, Richard, deputy to C. Orchard, 300, 329.

Scot. See Scott.

Scotland, 25.
-, Army transported to, from Holland etc., in 1697–8, 179.
-, border, 386, 387.
-, letters from, 241.
-, Scottish regiments, 14, 68, 174, 308, 312, 372, 390, 409.
-, seamen of, not to be accounted English for purposes of Navigation Act, 406.
-, tobacco landed in, 190.
-, wool, imported into, 85, 386, 387; transported from, 267, 274, 386.

Scott (Scot), Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch, payment to, 171.

-, Sir Edward, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

-, John, Customs sloop commander, 129.

-, Richard, reward for discovering etc. counterfeiters, 176, 205.

Screyer. See Schryer.

Scroop, —, Alienation accounts, 101.

Scunthorpe, Scomthorp, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Seacash, Secas, co. Antrim, 352.

Seacon More, Sicanmore, co. Antrim, 353.

Seaford, co. Sussex, bailiff of, bill due to, 10, 123.

Seager (Segar), Charles, customer, Southampton port, 411.

-, -, chamberkeeper or doorkeeper to the Commissioners of Appeals, 301, 329; porter of the lodge at Kensington, 301.

-, Henry, doorkeeper to the Commissioners of Appeals, 329.

Seales. See Scales.

Searle, Anthony, boatman, Beaulieu, 130; boatman, Hamble River, 130.

Searth. See Scarth.

Seaton, co. Rutland, 422; lands in, 422.

Seaton, —, agent to Col. Cholmondeley's regiment, 80.

-, -, ensign, died of wounds received before Limerick, 248.

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

Secas. See Seacash.

Seddon, Robert, tidesman, Liverpool port, 228.

Sedgwick (Sedgewick), Obadiah, of London, merchant, export of bell to Jamaica, 228.

-, William, a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 149, 281.

Sedgwick Park, [in Horsham], co. Sussex, 360, 406.

Sedley (Sidley), Sir Charles, complaint against Customs officers, 78.

-, Catherine, Countess of Dorchester, royal bounty for support and maintenance of her daughter, Lady Catherine Darnley, 413.

Segar. See Seager.

Seigmor. See Seymour.

Seignoret, Stephen, tallies on, 167.

Seikes, —, doctor, payment to, 5.

Selborne Hall. See Mucking.

Selkirk, Earl of. See Douglas, C.

Sell, [James], Page of the Bedchamber, 244.

-, Sarah, lodging chaplains and servants at Kensington, 244.

Selwyn (Selwin), [William], brigadier, regiment of, 179, 247, 248, 253, 312, 414.

Sendenhall. See Sandon Hall.

Senne, John de, discharge of judgment against, 129, 146; imprisonment of, 129.

Serjeant (Sargent, Sarjeant), —, Vinegar Duty accounts, 14, 66, 67, 99.

-, Mark, assistant to Customs officers, 216, 298.

Sermant, —, pension for, 142.

Serra, Anthony Gomez, loan by, 133.

Serre, — la, pension for, 141.

Seve, —, pension for, 141.

Severn River, 397.

Sexy, —, Auditor for Middlesex, 102.

Seyliard (Silyard), Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Cambridge and Isle of Ely, 343.

Seymour (Seigmor, Seymor), —, at Robbins Coffee House, Exchange Alley, 127; notice concerning the Fortune, 127.

-, Edward, Clerk or Keeper of the Hanaper in Chancery, 272.

-, Sir Edward, late Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 21, 23, 69, 102, 160; estate mortgaged to, 175–6.

-, Sir Henry, lease of land in Laverton, 107, 199.

-, William, colonel, late Foot regiment of, 113, 246, 247, 248; chaplain of, 220.

Marine regiment of, 1, 2, 105, 220, 270, 287.

Sgravemore. See Duyn.

Sha, John, keeper of the Great Lodge, Salcey Forest, 338, 389.

Shack (Shaak), [Bojeslave], colonel. regiment of, 175, 401.

Shales, Charles, the King's Goldsmith, 95, 172, 385, 387; loan by, 133.

-, Henry, Auditor of Crown land revenues, co. Kent, etc., 15, 24, 27, 29, 67, 73, 91, 92, 150, 243, 295, 297, 298, 307, 317, 319, 326, 376, 389, 405.

Shallet, Arthur, of London, merchant, 18, 91; loss on shipping for Newfoundland, 91, 212; money claimed by assignment from [J.] Bowles, 92; money due for transport service, 152, 179.

Shannon River, Ireland, 345.

Shap, Sharpe, co. Westmorland, lands in, 254.

Shardlowe. See Sarindro.

Sharp, William, a Commissioner and collector of Customs, Bridgetown, Barbados, 222.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Cornwall, 164.

-, -, a messenger of the Chamber, 40, 41, 42, 278.

Sharpe. See Shap.

Shaw, George, noontender, London port, 228.

-, William, petition of, 88.

-, -, searcher, Gravesend, 365.

Shaw Farm. See Windsor.

Shealestown [? Kealstown], co. Kildare, 369.

Sheather (Sheater), John, a profligate person, evidence by, 248, 307.

Shee, William, grant of lands called New Park in Kilkenny, 375; petition of, 89.

Sheere. See Shere.

Sheerness, co. Kent, garrison of, 415.

Sheffield (Sheffeild), George, lands in Seaton, 422.

-, John, Earl of Mulgrave, and Marquess of Normanby, Exchequer Bills for, 70; return of plate, 376.

Shelly, Charles, surveyor, Newcastle port, 152.

Shelmerdine, [Robert], royal bounty for, 21.

Shenton, George, a teller in the Excise Office, employed in the Melting House, petition of, 321.

Shepherd (Shepheard, Sheppard), Sir Fleetwood, late Gentleman Usher Black Rod, 317.

-, Samuel, a Receiver of the subscriptions for the Two Millions, 143.

-, -, merchant, discharge of wine bonds, 106.

-, -, overpayment on wines, 359.

Shepway, Shipway, co. Kent, lathe of, Commissioners of Assessments, 126.

Sherburne, Sir Ed., petition of, 88.

-, Sir Nicholas, lease of lands and watermill, Dalby, 143.

Shere, Sheere, co. Surrey, 420.

Sherlock, William, doctor, Master of the Temple, 221.

Shields, co. Northumberland, ship of, 405.
-, surveyor of. See Davison, A.; Rowe, W.

-, North, co. Northumberland, 208.

Shipton, —, ensign, died of wounds in the service, 312, 337.

-, Alice, royal bounty for, 202.

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

Shipway. See Shepway.

Shirley (Shurley), [Thomas], a serjeantat-arms, 197, 205.

Shirt Acre, co. Dublin, 265.

Shoebridge, Alexander, collector, Newhaven port, 245.

Shoebury, co. Essex, Customs officers, 106, 305.

Shooter, Samuel, commander of the boatmen, Brixham, 130; waiter and searcher, Brixham, 130.

Shoravere, John, keeper of the King's gondola, 413.

Shore, Sir B[artholomew], counsel, 44, 54.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, 348.

Shorter, Thomas, chamber-keeper to the Lords Justices, England, 178, 188.

Shovell (Shovel), Sir Cloudesley, a Commissioner of the Navy, 210; agent to, 47; Marine regiment of, 251; payments to, to discharge Marines' quarters, 47, 230, 239, 251, 261.

Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 342; inhabitants of, petition of, for extension of post-stage from Bristol, 388.

Shrewsbury, Duke of. See Talbot, C.

Shropham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Shropshire, Receiver General of Assessments. See Hosier, G.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 304.
-, Sheriff of. See Powell, J.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Yapp, J.

Shrowle. See Shrule.

Shruhanine [? Sraheen], Tirawley barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Shrule, Shrowle, co. Mayo, manor of, 276.

Shunane, Tawnyshane, co. Mayo, 352.

Shurley. See Shirley.

Shute, Samuel, [surveyor of] the Mews at Hampton Court, 62, 283, 286.

Sible Hedingham, Hemingham Sibley, Sibley Hemingham, co. Essex, Hostage (Le Ostage) tenements in, 424; Papes in, 424.

Sicanmore. See Seacon More.

Sidley. See Sedley.

Sill, Shuckburgh, petition to resign King's waiter's place to, 364.

Silver, Ann, royal bounty for, 202.

Silvester, John, et al., petition for allowance of additional interest on tallies, 390.

Silyard. See Seyliard.

Simeoni (Simconi), Baron, Envoy from the Elector of Bavaria, presents for, 137, 322–3.

Simpson, —, concerning complaints against the clerks of the cheque to the messengers of the Chamber, 42; concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 55; turned out of office for embezzlement, 55.

-, -, Mris., messengers' bills, 42.

-, Joshua, landwaiter, Bristol port, 397.

-, Martha, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

Singleton, Edward, discharged from the Fleet, 412; satisfaction of fine for French goods, 402, 412.

-, Luke, landsurveyor, London port, 253; landwaiter, London port, 253.

Sirceland [?Sodermanland, Sweden], 286.

Sittingbourne, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 253.

Sizer, [Roger, deputy Treasurer of the Chamber], 32, 46.

Skattoe Monowick. See Scarrowmanwick.

Skeffington, Clotworthy, 3rd Viscount Massereene, grant of estate to, 351.

Skelton, Matthew, a clerk in the Pell Office, complaint against, 418.

Skerries, Skerry, co. Armagh, 292.

Skinner (Skynner), Ann Vincentius, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

-, Daniel, Consul at Tripoli, 357.

Skirrow, Ardee barony, co. Louth, 263.

Skynner. See Skinner.

Slaper, Corcomroe barony, co. Clare, 354.

Slapton, co. Northampton, 421.

Slee, George, searcher, Lynn Regis port, 104, 117, 121.

Sligo, Ireland, collector of. See Griffith, W.
-, Custom House at, robbed, 215.
-, garrison of, 141.
-, Governor of, 141.
-, Ordnance establishment, 140.

Slingsby (Slingesby), Sir Charles, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

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

Sloane (Slone), —, counsel, 25, 26, 101.

Slocombe, —, money expended for the Fleet at Cadiz in 1696, 179.

Slone. See Sloane.

Smith, —, doctor, chaplain attending the King to Holland, 272.

-, -, of Beauford Buildings, 10.

-, -, lieutenant, died of wounds received at Namur, 248.

-, -, settlement concerning wool, etc., 95.

-, -, undersheriff, 8, 170.

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

-, Aaron, late Treasury Solicitor, 261; concerning forfeited estates, 29, 44, 279, 382.

-, Bernard, the King's Musical Instrument Maker, organ for New Chapel, Whitehall, 180, 357; shed in Whitehall, 357.

-, Daniel, Customs officer, Leigh, 106; surveyor, Leigh, 169; waiter, Burnham, 106, 169.

-, Edward, commander of the Red Bridge, 401.

-, Eleanor. See Needham, Eleanor.

-, Elizabeth, petition for reversionary lease of Princes Meadows, 317.

-, -, petition of, 83.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 48.

-, James, customer, Chichester port, 415.

-, [John], account of the Royal Gardens, 138.

-, John, issue to, 171.

-, -, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, 174, 176, 225, 260, 283, 310.

-, -, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–102 passim, 108, 149, 225, 309, 377, 398; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 95.

-, -, Page of the Bedchamber, 244, 304.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments, Norfolk and Norwich, 340, 342.

-, -, watchman, London port, 245.

-, Obadiah, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Leicester, 274, 378.

-, Simon, late Knight Harbinger, 132, 215; executors of, 132, 404.

-, Thomas, a clerk of the cheque to the messengers of the Chamber, complaints against, 40, 41, 42; dismissed, 58, 275, 278.

-, -, petition for further term in East Buckholt Forest, 356.

-, -, late Exciseman, Baldock, 269, 290; surety for. See Deane, M.

-, William, brother and executor of Simon, leases of lands in Old and New Windsor, 132, 214–5, 230, 298–9, 358, 361.

-, -, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 194, 413.

Smithsby, Rabsey, royal bounty for, 202.

Snitterby, Snetherby, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Sodermanland. See Sirceland.

Somersbury, [in Ewhurst], co. Surrey, manor of, 419.

Somerset, county of, assessments and duties, 126–7; Excise collector. See Mallock, R.; Receiver General of Assessments, 127. See also Brown, C.

Somervile, Hon. Anne, debt of Sir W. Parkins to, 191.

Sonning Hill. See Sunninghill.

Sops Farm. See Wickford.

South, John, a Commissioner of Excise and Revenue, Ireland, 87, 412; forfeited Kenmare estates, 94, 95, 96; leave to come to England, 53, 250.

South Benfleet. See Southbensted.

South Carolina. See Carolina.

South Eaton. See Southeyton.

South Greenhoe. See Greenhoe.

South Lisduff. See Lisduff.

South Wales. See Wales.

Southampton, county of, Crown land revenues, 307; auditor of. See Parsons, A.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cobb, T.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 309. See also Cobb, T.
-, Sheriff of. See Alcorne, A.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Chandler, P.; Parsons, J.

Southampton, co. Southampton, 6, 402.
-, customer of. See Seager, C.
-, Customs officers, 130.
-, Marines' quarters at, 251, 256, 261.

Southampton, Duke of. See FitzRoy, C.

Southbensted [?South Benfleet], co. Essex, lands in, 424.

Southease, Southeastmake, co. Sussex, 427.

Southeyton [? South Eaton], co. Sussex, land in, 427.

Southwark, co. Surrey, Commissioners of Assessments, 126.
-, Faulcon in, 420.
-, Marines' quarters at, 253, 261.
-, Princes Meadows (Princess Meadow), 317.
-, St. Olave's Parish, 365.
-, Thames Wall, 317.

Southwarke, Edward, recognizance for, 339.

Southwell, [co. Nottingham], schoolmaster of, perpetuity to, 403.

- See also Doddinghurst.

Southwell, Edward, Clerk of the Privy Council, 339.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Excise and Revenue, Ireland, 412.

Southwood, Thomas, presents articles about prize embezzlements, 52.

Sowray, Richard, Receiver of Crown land revenues, county and city of York, petition of, 150.

Spain, Envoy to. See Stanhope, A.
-, expedition into, 263.
-, King of, 118.
-, money of, seized, 150.
-, ship of, made prize, 12, 13.
-, victual furnished in, 4.
-, wine trade to, 309.

Sparkes, Robert, verdict against, 248.

-, Thomas, noli prosequi to judgment against, 248, 307.

Sparrow, Sir John, a justice of the peace, Hinckford Hundred, co. Essex, 116; custody or bailiwick of Barstable and Hinckford Hundreds, co. Essex, 230.

Spatman, —, certificate by, 22.

Speke, Hugh, royal bounty for, 45, 55.

Spelhoe, Spelloe, co. Northampton, [hundred of], 420.

Spencer, Gilbert, of Penshurst, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Kent and Canterbury, 62, 235, 284, 302, 303, 340, 342.

-, John, late sheriff of co. Bedford, 408.

-, -, fee farm of Mardleybury, 423.

-, Nathaniel, waiter and searcher, Emsworth, 130.

-, Robert, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, office of, 11; return of plate, 376.

Spendelow, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Stafford and Lichfield, 72, 73, 302, 342.

Sperling, Count, who brought back the King of Sweden's Garter, present for, 137.

Spicer, —, concerning Mrs Zouch's loan, 54.

-, -, weigher and teller, Exeter Mint, 17.

Spital in the Street, Hospitle de Spittle, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Spratton, Sprotton, co. Northampton, 421.

Springfield, Springfeild, co. Essex, manor of, 425.

Springfield Barnes, Springfield Barns, [in Springfield], co. Essex, manor of, 425.

Springthorpe, Springthorp, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Sprotton. See Spratton.

Spry, —, concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 54.

-, George, collector, Falmouth port, 348.

Spy, John, commander of the Dove, 148.

Squibb, Arnold, clerk of the Nichils, 158.

Sradeoghter, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 334.

Sraheen. See Shruhanine.

Stacey, Richard, master bricklayer to the Works, 195.

Stackley, John, noontender, London port, 228.

Stacumny, co. Kildare, 369.

Staffield, Staffull, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Stafford, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, 305, 319.
-, fee farm rents, distraint for, 376.
-, Receiver General of Assessments.
-, See Green, W.; Spendelow, T.
-, Sheriff of, 305.

Stafford, John, alias Howard, outlaw, estate of, 46, 153.

Staffull. See Staffield.

Staines, co. Middlesex, 144, 297.

Stamford, co. Lincoln, 299.

Stanford le Hope, Sandford le Hope, Sanelford Le Hope, co. Essex, 423; manor of, 424.

Stanhope, Alexander, Envoy to Spain, 118, 171, 344.

Stanley, James, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 205, 366, 367.

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

Stanton. See Sturton; Taunton.

Stanyan (Stanyon), Abraham, Secretary to the Embassy to France, 91, 364, 371, 376; plate for, 362.
-, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to Venice, 119, 171.

-, Lawrence, late Farmer of the Revenue, Ireland, 210, 239, 275.

Stapleton (Stapylton), Sir William, heirs and executors of, 84; imprests to, not accounted for, 359; money to, for companies formerly in Leeward Islands, 84.

Starcross, co. Devon, 130.

Starmer. See Sturmer.

States General. See Holland.

Staverton, co. Northampton, 421.

Stedman, —, captain, killed at Martinique, 246.

-, -, lieutenant, lost his life in the service, 312, 337.

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

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 201.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 246.

Steele, —, guns for Bey of Tunis, 165.

Steenbock, —, colonel, regiment of, 401.

Steining. See Steyning.

Steinkirk, Flanders, officers killed at, 246, 247, 248, 312.

Stephens (Stevens), —, 100.

-, Anthony, [late Cashier to the Treasurer of the Navy], 69.

-, [Anthony], late Auditor [of the Exchequer], 156.

-, Edward, boatman, Hamble River, 130.

-, John, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Maximilian, Agent for Taxes, 349, 383, 397; manager of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, England, Wales and Berwick, 358.

-, Robert, messenger of the Printing Press, 194, 206.

Stephenson, John, forfeited lands of, 264, 265.

Stephois Lands. See Chignall St. James.

Stepney, George, Envoy to the Elector of Brandenburg and the Princes of Germany on the Rhine, 56, 71, 118, 171, 272, 344.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Stevens. See Stephens.

Stevens Lands. See Chignall St. James.

Stewart (Steuart, Steward, Stuart), Charles, 22nd Earl of Lennox, lands and possessions of, in co. York, 380.

-, Frances Theresa, Countess of Lennox, 380.

-, John, highwayman, apprehended and convicted, 166.

-, William, Lord Mountjoy, regiment of, 274, 300.

-, -, major-general, 312; grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 263; petition of, 53; regiment of, 263.

Steyning, Steining, co. Sussex, 426.

Stocker, [Capell], lieutenant, killed at Camaret Bay, 312, 337.

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

Stockholm, Sweden, bills drawn from, 271, 386, 391.

Stockwith, Stockweth, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Stoke by Clare, Stoke, [co. Suffolk], 425.

Stoke Dry, Stoke, co. Rutland, 422.

Stone, John, lodging chaplains and servants at Kensington, 244.

Story (Storey), Leonard, landwaiter, Hull port, 316; tidesurveyor, Hull port, 316.

-, [Samuel, Deputy Comptroller of Excise], 10, 14, 66, 67, 99.

Stoughton, [William], LieutenantGovernor of Massachusetts Bay, 262.

Stourbridge, co. Worcester, 318.

Stourton (Sturton), —, Mris., payment to, 75.

-, Edward, Lord Stourton, 75.

Stowe Nine Churches, Great Stow, co. Northampton, 421.

Strad. See Straid.

Stradbroke, Stradbrook, [co. Suffolk], 423.

Stradhaveran. See Straidhavern.

Straffan, co. Kildare, 369.

Straid, Strad, Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Straidhavern, Stradhaveran, co. Antrim, 352.

Straits, The, Fleets in, 68, 69, 72, 179, 303, 304, 311; pursers going to, 105; ship going to, 165.

Strangewaies (Strangwaies, Stranways), —, colonel, 7.

-, James, surveyor, Lancaster, 402; tidesman, Liverpool port, 116, 402.

Stratford, co. Essex, and adjacent towns, Marines' quarters at, 261; manor of, 426.

Stratford, Francis, payment to, for money furnished to the Duke of Holstein, 43, 221.

-, William, junior, lands extended for debt, 228.

Streatham, co. Surrey, 342.

Street, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Stretch, John, fuel wood, New Forest, 3, 4.

Strickland, Barbara. See Dalton, Lady Barbara.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of the Million Lottery, 60, 281, 292, 322.

-, Walter, late receiver of the lands and possessions of the late Earl and Countess of Lennox in co. York, 380.

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

Strong, [William, a Commissioner of Excise], 152.

Strood, Stroud, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Stroud, Joseph, master of the Two Friends, 178.

Strutt, Joseph, of London, prisoner in the Fleet, petition for discharge, 248.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Studham, co. Hertford, 423.

Studholme (Studholm), Michael, captain, Keeper and Guide of the Roads, 9, 98, 194, 206, 207, 252, 393.

Sturmer, Starmer, co. Essex, 424.

Sturt, Anthony, petition for confirmation of shares in brewhouse, 207.

Sturton, Stanton, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Sturton. See Stourton.

Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 341; deputy postmaster of. See White, W.

Suffolk, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, 135.
-, Customs officers to prevent shipping of corn from seaport towns of, 168.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Chaplin, R.; Pacey, S.
-, Sheriff of. See Pack, J.

Suffolk, Earl of. See Howard, H.

Sulgrave, co. Northampton, 420.

Summer Islands. See Bermudas.

Sunderland, Earl of. See Spencer, R.

Sunninghill, Sonning, Sunning, Sunning Hill, Park, co. Berks, fee farm rent of, 43, 175, 179, 217, 230, 241.

Surrey, county of, assessments, 135, 289.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 135, 348.
-, Commissioners to enquire of superstitious lands, 397.
-, fee farm rents, 307, 419–420.
-, members and gentry of, 331.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Child, L.; Nuthall, J.
-, receivership of, petition for, 331.
-, Sheriff of, 348.

Sussex, county of, Assizes for, 248, 307. brandies cast away on coast of, 318.
-, Commissioners of Assessments, 135.
-, corn transported from, to France, 307.
-, Customs officers using Dragoons to guard the coast, 408.
-, fee farm rents, 426–7.
-, Quarter Sessions for, 26, 298.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Bromfield, T.
-, Sheriff of. See Leeves, W.
-, silk imports on coast of, preventing of, 408.
-, survey of, 26.
-, wool exports from, 208; preventing of, 53, 408.

Sutton, co. Lincoln, derelict lands in, 364.

- See also King's Sutton.

Sutton, [John], captain, killed at Steinkirk, 246.

-, Phillippa, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 246.

-, Robert, Lord Lexinton, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary for the Treaty of a General Peace, 117, 171, 345; concerning money for foreign ministers, 7; Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Germany, 117, 171, 345; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205; return of plate, 376.

-, -, Secretary at Vienna, 119, 171, 344.

-, William, a messenger of the Chamber, 42, 278.

Swallows Farm. See Baddow, Great.

Swanborough, Swanburrough, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, Commissioners of Assessments, 125; ship of, 210.

Sweden, Ambassador from. See Bonde, [K.] Count de; Secretary to, present for, 137.
-, bill from, 64.
-, Court of, Resident at. See Gregg, H.; Robinson, J.
-, King of, 137; garter of, 137.
-, marshal of the Embassy from, present for, 137.
-, pretended fleet of, made prize, 138, 248, 302, 377.

Sweet, Abraham, payment to, 172.

Sweethen, Edward, master of the Cherubim, 146.

Sweetman, Edward, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

Switzerland, Cantons, Envoy to. See Hervart, P. de.
-, Grisons, The, 218.
-, Hospital of the Vallées, 218.
-, Vaudois, officers and others of, 218.

Swymer, John, merchant, petition for delivery of the Margaret, 210–1.

Sydney, Henry, Lord Sydney, Earl of Romney, Constable of Dover Castle, 337.
-, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205, 366, 367.
-, Keeper of Greenwich Park, 192.
-, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 114.
-, Master General of the Ordnance, 72, 85, 96, 99, 106, 204, 252, 262, 301, 308, 320, 363, 390.
-, regiment of Guards under, 139; agent to. See Barnaby, J.
-, relinquishes pretension to ground in favour of Greenwich Hospital, 91.
-, return of plate, 376.
-, warrant for, 91.

Syersham. See Syresham.

Symmons, Alice, wife of Henry, petition of, 332.

-, Henry, late clerk of the Works, Hampton Court, 332.

Symonds, John, a messenger of the Chamber, 395.

-, Nath., loan by, 134.

Syresham, Syersham, co. Northampton, 420.