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Baccalan, Mrs., demand of; ccxxx. 4.

Bachelier, David, petition of; ccxliv. 6.

Bacon, Butts, Esq., collector of New Hampshire; ccxliv. 16.

-, Montague, petition of; cclxvi. 16.

Bahama Islands, the; ccxxviii. 24; cclv. 63.

-, -, pirates in; ccxxxv. 49.

-, -, seal made for; ccxlviii. 37.

Bahr, Captain Gustavus. See Behre.

Bailey, the Old; ccxlvi. 100.

Baillie, Geo., Esq., a Commissioner of the Treasury; ccxxxiv. 26.

-, Mr.; ccxxxiii. 41.

-, John, late Deputy Sheriff of Inverness, petition of; cclii. 25.

Baird, John, memorial of; cclx. 31.

Baker, Fotherley, executor of Nicholas Baker, deceased, memorial of; ccxxxiii. 12.

-, Michael, gent., petition of; cclxiv. 56.

-, Mr. Nicholas, Solicitor to the Treasury from 1695 to 1700; ccxxxiii. 12.

-, St. Lo, petition of; cclxiv. 56.

Balaguier, John Anthony, Esq., Under-Secretary of the Treasury; ccxlvi. 39.

-, -, letter of; ccxlii. 33.

Balam, Anthony, Inspector-General of Imports and Exports, memorial of; ccxl. 26.

Baldwin, Thomas, petition of; ccxl. 18.

Baley and Hawes, Messrs., timber merchants; cclv. 46.

Balfour, Arthur, son of John Balfour, late of Fairney; ccxliv. 8.

-, John, attainder of; ccxliv. 8.

-, Col., of Fanney; cclii. 15.

-, John, of Burleigh; ccxlviii. 22.

-, the late Col.; ccxlviii. 12.

-, Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert, Lord Burleigh, memorial of; ccxlviii. 12.

Balintlevy, co. Westmeath; cclii. 11.

Baliol, Margaret, petition of; ccxliv. 54.

Ball, Thomas; cclvii. 15.

Ballads and songs, duties on; cclvi. 10.

Ballantine, James; cclviii. 20.

Ballard, Mr., a retailer of wine in Worcester; ccliii. 40.

Ballenden, Rt. Hon. John, Lord, Baron of Broughton, memorial of; ccxxxix. 31.

Ballentyne, the Hon. Mrs. Patricia, descendant of Patrick, Earl of Forth and Brentford; ccxliii. 2.

Ballinderry, co. Westmeath; cclii. 11.

Ballinrobe, the barracks of; ccxliii. 50.

Ballinturnan, co. Westmeath; cclii. 11.

Bally Castle, co. Antrim, colliery of; ccxxxv. 70; ccxxxix. 18; ccxliv. 32; ccxlvii. 45; cclxv. 8; cclxvii. 7.

Balmerino and Cowper, John, Lord, petition of; ccliii. 68.

-, -, -, memorial of; ccxl. 9.

-, lordships of, feu and blench duties of; ccxl. 9.

Baltimore (Ireland); ccxliii. 62.

Bampfield, George; cclx. 14.

Banacher, co. Westmeath; cclii. 11.

Banff, N.B.; ccxl. 45.

-, co. of; cclix. 29.

Bangor, bishop of; cclx. 39.

Bank, The, or Bank of England; ccxxvii. 27; ccxxxi. 3; ccxxxv. 2, 26, 77; ccxxxvii. 6; ccxxxviii. 40, 68; ccxl. 47, 87, 94; ccxlii. 10, 34, 41, 58; ccxliii. 45: ccxliv. 15; ccxlv. 11; ccliii. 16, 44, 55; cclvi. 1.

-, -, bond of; ccli. 21.

-, -, Directors of, memorials of; ccliii. 33; cclvi. 1; cclix. 1.

-, of Scotland; cclxvi. 7.

-, -, Governor and Company of, memorial of; cclix. 9.

Bank in Ireland, erection of a; ccxxxiv. 22, 23; and see Ireland.

Banks, Joseph, Esq., clerk or steward of Sherwood Forest, claim of; ccxxxv. 5.

Banks, William; cclxv. 32.

Bannister Hall, co. Lancaster; ccliii. 45.

Bannockburn, N.B., the estate of; ccxliv. 61.

Banqueting House, the; ccxxxiv. 12.

Bansted Down; ccxliv. 22.

Barbadoes, Island of; ccxxviii. 34; ccxxxv. 33; ccxxxvi. 4; ccxxxviii. 2, 35; ccxxxix. 24; ccxl. 3, 73; ccxlii. 27; ccxlvi. 4; ccxlvii. 41; ccli. 51; cclvi. 8; cclix. 18; cclxii. 6; cclxv. 1; cclxvi. 39.

-, act of the Assembly of; ccxxviii. 30.

-, Grand Sessions of; ccxxviii. 30; ccxliv. 26.

-, casual revenue of; ccxxxv. 16.

-, Customs in; ccxxxv. 50; cclviii. 28.

-, document dated from; ccxliv. 26.

-, the Governor of; ccxxxiv. 10; ccxxxviii. 92; ccxxxix. 69; ccxl. 98.

-, -, memorial of; cclxvi. 38.

-, -, and Council of; cclxix. 65; and see Lowther.

-, Governors of, salaries payable to; ccxxxiv. 28.

-, a pirate ship seized at; ccxli. 5.

-, revenue in; ccxxviii. 39; ccxxxv. 40; and see Revenue.

Barbary, States of; ccxxxviii. 73; ccxlvii. 60; cclx. 6; cclxi. 5; cclxv. 22; cclxvi. 1.

-, coast of; ccxxxv. 35.

-, copper; cclxiv. 24.

-, no inns in; ccxl. 104.

-, the plague in; ccxxxix. 74.

Barber, John, petition of; cclix. 26.

Barbuda, cclix. 32.

Barcelona; ccxxxiii. 33; ccxli. 1.

-, the siege of; ccxli. 1.

-, the road of; ccxxxv. 3.

-, Mr. Crowe, H.M. Consul at; ccxxxv. 3.

Bardfield Magna, co. Suffolk; ccliii. 66.

Bardus, Thomas, Esq., memorial of; cclix. 13, 14.

Barges, H.M.'s, the master of, petition of; ccxlvi. 117.

Barlow, Thomas, petition of; ccxliii. 58.

Barnard, Christopher, Lord; cclix. 14.

-, Gilbert, Lord; cclix. 13, 14.

Barns or Barnes, Elias; ccxliii. 3; cclii. 62.

-, -, petition of; ccxl. 82.

Barnet, co. Herts.; cclxv. 20.

Barnstaple, Corporation, &c. of, petition of; ccxli. 6.

-, the port of; ccxliii. 38.

-, the river of; ccxliii. 38.

Baron, the Lord Chief. See Exchequer.

Barony of Tolqution, N.B., grant of, to John Forrest; ccxxvii. 11.

Barrack board in Ireland, resolutions of the; ccxliii. 50.

Barrowstowness, N.B.; ccxlvi. 118; ccliv. 5.

-, port of; cclv. 72.

Barry, Henry, Esq.; cclvi. 6.

Bartholomew, Benj., petition of; ccxxxiii. 23.

Bartolini, Anthony Francis, a native of Florence, merchant, petition of; ccxlviii. 58.

Barton, Matthew, Esq., cclv. 40.

-, -, clerk, &c., of the coinage of copper for Ireland (Wood's), report of; ccxliv. 13.

-, -, comptroller, &c., of the £1,400,000 Lottery, memorial of; ccxxxiii. 17.

-, -, comptroller of the coinage for America, complaint of; cclii. 10.

Barwick, township of (America); ccxl. 16.

Basingstoke, co. Hants.; ccxxxv. 56.

Baskett, John, H.M.'s printer, petitions of; ccxlii. 37; ccli. 46.

-, -, -, the prices charged by; ccxxxix. 53.

Bass Castle, N.B.; cclii. 37.

Basse Terre, a division of the island of St. Christopher's; ccxxxix. 37; ccxl. 3; cclvi. 8.

-, and Basse Terre Town, St. Christopher's; cclxiii. 1, 2.

Bastide, Lieut. John la; cclxii. 2.

Bate, Richard, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife; cclii. 51.

Bath, letter dated from; ccxlvi. 74.

-, knighthood of the; ccliii. 72.

Battle, co. Sussex; ccxxxv. 65.

-, insolence of smugglers near; ccxli. 7.

-, Axe Guards, the; ccxlvii. 25.

Baugham, Edward, Esq., Receiver-General of Taxes for co. Hereford; ccxxxviii. 25.

Bayley, J., receipts of; ccli. 71.

-, Joseph, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, coachman, petition of; ccxlii. 53.

-, the Rt. Hon, Esq., a Lord of the Treasury; ccxxxviii. 65.

Bayne, Alex., Esq., memorial of; ccxxvii. 2.

-, James, master wright to the Crown; cclii. 37.

Beale, Joseph, of Bristol; cclxiv. 71.

-, Othniel, master of a ship from New England; ccxxxix. 77.

Bealing, Edward, of Penryn, Cornwall, merchant, petition of; ccxxviii. 38.

-, Mr., memorial of; ccxxxvi. 2.

-, Major Marmaduke; ccxxxix. 72.

-, -, petition of; ccxxxviii. 13.

Beauclerk, Lords Henry, Sidney, George, James, and Aubry, sons of the late Duke of St. Albans; cclv. 87.

Beaufort, the Duke of; ccxl. 25.

-, Henry, late Duke of; cclxvi. 32.

-, (Scotland), the lands of; ccxliii. 65.

Becher, Lord Mayor of London; cclxvi. 30.

Becker, Andrew, grant of wrecks in W. Indies to; ccxxxiii. 32.

Becket, Rev. Mr. John, A.M.; cclxii. 6.

Bedchamber, Gentlemen of the; ccxli. 3.

-, -, and Grooms of the; ccxlvi. 110.

Bedesmen in Scotland, allowance to; ccxliii. 54.

Beds., co.; cclix. 11.

Bedford Level, Corporation of; ccxl. 92.

Bedoe, Robert, petition of; ccxlii. 17.

Bedwall, co. Denbigh; cclviii. 6.

Bedwin, Great; ccxliv. 4.

“Begglerhill, alias Bebberheath,” Suffolk, hundred of; ccliii. 66.

Behre, Captain Gustavus; ccxlvi. 92; ccxlvii. 23.

Belfast, the port of; ccxlvi. 58.

Bellfour. See Balfour.

Bengal; ccliii. 76.

Bengough, James; cclv. 2.

Benider, Mr. Abraham; cclvii. 33.

Bennett, John, commander of ship “Turkey Merchant”; ccxxxiv. 5, 46.

Benson, Thomas, Esq., petition of; cclxv. 46.

Benyon, Geo., a land waiter, in the port of Bristol; cclii. 22.

Beranger, Mr. Moses; ccxxxviii. 85.

-, Mr.; ccliv. 6.

-, Mons., letter of; ccxlii. 8.

Berdoe, James, petition of; ccliii. 20.

Bere, forest of, co. Hants; ccxl. 80.

Bergen, North, in Norway, infested with pestilence; ccxxxvi. 4.

Berriff, William., property granted in fee to; ccxxviii. 11.

Berry, Richard, Esq.; cclxvi. 17.

Berkeley, George, Dean of Derry and President of St. Paul's College in Bermuda, petition of; cclviii. 2.

-, Col., memorial of; ccxxxviii. 11.

Berks, county of; ccxxxviii. 99; ccxl. 35; ccxlii. 80; ccxliii. 52; ccxliv. 4; ccliii. 17, 43, 50; cclv. 35, 61; cclvii. 63; cclxiv. 35, 69.

-, -, Receiver-General of; ccxl. 35.

Berlin; ccxl. 5.

Bermingham, Mr. John, payment to, for services in Spain; ccxxxii. 25.

Bermudas, the; ccxxix. 19; cclxv. 1; cclxviii. 2.

-, St. Paul's College in; cclviii. 2.

Berne; ccxxxviii. 21.

Bertie, Charles, a trustee for the Duke of Leeds; ccxlvii. 61.

-, Henry, Esq.; cclxvi. 32.

-, James, Esq.; cclxvi. 32.

-, Hon. Philip; cclv. 2.

Berwick-on-Tweed; ccxxix. 4; ccl. 9.

-, county of; ccxxxiii. 25; cclx. 44.

-, Sam., Esq., late Receiver-General of the casual revenue of Barbadoes; ccxxxv. 16; ccxxxviii. 2.

Best, Henry, one of the keepers of Enfield Chace; cclv. 33; cclvii. 32.

Bestose, Everslame, letter of; ccxlvi. 22.

Bethel, Lieut. Ralph, petition of; ccxlviii. 40.

Beverley, co. York; cclii. 63.

-, -, Exchequer leases of lands in; ccxlviii. 20.

Bewlie (Scotland), the priory of; ccxliii. 65.

Biddulph, Lady, widow and relict of Sir Michael Biddulph, Bart., petition of; ccxlvii. 37.

Bideford, Corporation of, petition of; ccxliii. 38.

-, the river of; ccxliii. 38.

-, the port of; ccxli. 6.

Billers, Joseph, citizen of London, petition of; ccxxxiv. 19.

-, -, -, letter of; ccxl. 29.

-, William, Esq., letter to; ccxxxix. 16.

Billhaigh (and Birkland), H.M.'s hayes of, in Sherwood Forest; ccxl. 2.

Bills of Exchange. See Exchange, Bills of.

-, (public and private), fees paid upon; ccxl. 21.

Binfield, Henry, petition of; ccliii. 31.

Bingley, Lord; ccxxviii. 15.

-, -, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Queen Anne; cclvii. 5.

Binning, Mr., Solicitor for the Treasury in Scotland; ccxliii. 5.

Bird Cage House, the, in St. James's Park; ccxxxvii. 10.

Bird, John, of Coventry, petition of; ccli. 24.

Birkland (and Billhaigh), H.M.'s hayes of, in Sherwood Forest; ccxl. 2.

Biscay, bay of; ccxxxv. 34; ccxxxix. 35.

Bishop; ccliv. 39.

Bishop of London. See London.

Bishoprics in Scotland, the rents of; ccxliii. 22; ccxlvi. 67.

Bisset, Brigadier, memorial of; cclvii. 6.

-, -, regiment of; ccliv. 52.

Blackadder, Sir John Horne, of; ccxxxiv. 55.

Blackader, Col., Deputy Governor of Stirling Castle; ccxliii. 17; cclv. 53.

Blackeby, Nathan, Esq., Treasurer to the Commission for Building New Churches; ccxliii. 27.

Blackfoord, alias Blackshaugh, in Perthshire, N.B.; cclii. 19.

Blackheath, leases of ground on; ccxl. 79.

Blackmore, Mr.; ccxlviii. 30.

-, Sir Richd., Knt., Doctor of Physic, petition of; ccxxxv. 38.

Black Rod, Gentleman Usher of the; ccxxxv. 51; ccliv. 39.

-, -, (Ireland); ccxxvii. 35.

Blackstock, near Snape, co. Suffolk; cclxi. 7.

Blackwell Hall; ccxl. 38.

Bladen, controller of the Mint, memorial of ccxxxix. 83.

-, Martin, Esq., commissary at the Court of France, demand made by; ccxxxiii.; 27.

Blagny, Jacob de la Motte; cclii. 40.

Blainey, Lord; ccxxviii. 8; ccli. 79.

-, -, pension of; ccxxviii. 8; and see Blayney.

Blair, the Laird of; ccliii. 19.

Blake, Joseph, Esq.; cclxvi. 32.

Blanchard, Pitman, a carpenter; ccxl. 90.

“Blanco,” the, a piratical vessel; ccxxxiv. 10.

Bland, Alex., petition of; ccxxvii. 4.

-, Mr.; cclii. 63.

Blandford, co. Dorset; ccxlvi. 104; ccxlix. 8.

Blantyre, Lord; ccxliv. 61.

Blathwaite, Wm., Esq., tenements in St. Martin's in the Fields granted by William and Mary to; ccxxxiv. 18.

Blathwayt, Mr., Auditor General of H.M.'s revenues in America; ccxxxviii. 52.

-, -, letter to; ccxxvii. 34.

Blayney, Cadwallader, Baron of Monaghan, Ireland, petition of; ccli. 79; and see Blainey.

Blench duties (Scotland); ccxxxiv. 54; ccliii. 68; cclv. 16.

Blenheim; ccliii. 32.

Blenman, J., Attorney-General [? at Barbadoes], letter of; cclviii. 28.

Blind Quay, Dublin, the; ccxlvii. 8.

Bloomsbury Square, London; ccxl. 38.

Blount, Robert, letter of; ccxlvi. 7.

Bludworth, Thomas, page of honour to H.M.; cclv. 32.

Blue Coat Hospital, Dublin, the; cclxvii. 7.

Blundell, Benjn., jun., late Receiver-General for Leicestershire; ccxlii. 31.

-, -, sen.; ccxlii. 31.

Board of Green Cloth. See Green Cloth.

Bodmin, co. Cornwall; cclii. 60.

Bogdani, James, memorial of; ccxxvii. 30.

Bogles, James, memorial of; cclx. 16.

Boldrewood Lodge, in the New Forest; ccxxxix. 76.

Bolingbroke, the late Lord, estate of; ccliii. 17.

Bolton, a clerk; ccxxix. 10.

-, Duke of; ccxxxiii. 3.

-, -, letters of; ccxxvii. 10; ccxxviii. 3, 7, 8, 10.

-, -, memorial of; ccxxxviii. 15.

-, -, Lord Warden, of the New Forest, memorial of; ccxlviii. 18.

-, Duke and Duchess of; cclviii. 8.

-, Elizabeth, late of Chatham, Kent, widow; ccliii. 6.

Bond, Denis; cclii. 31.

-, -, letter of; ccxl. 36.

-, Mr.; cclix. 10.

Bonell, Robert; cclviii. 9.

-, -, petition of; ccxl. 81.

Book Duties (Scotland), the; cclv. 16.

Books, &c.:
-, British Merchant, the; ccxl. 32.
-, Discourses upon Antiquities; cclxv. 19.
-, Vox Populi Vox Dei; ccxxviii. 20.
-, Freeholders' Journal, a seditious libel entitled; ccxxxix. 64.
-, Historia Celestis, by Flamstead; ccxxvii. 23.
-, Seaman's Monitor, the; ccxlvi. 35; cccliv. 31.

Booksellers. See Tonson, Lintot, Goodwin, &c.

Booth, Mr., of Gray's Inn; ccxl. 25.

-, Sir Robert; cclv. 11.

Boothe, Nathaniel, Esq., petition of; ccxlvii. 52.

Bordland, Mr. John; ccxxvii. 22.

Boroughs of Scotland, the Royal; ccxlviii. 31.

Borrett, Mr., late a Master in Chancery; cclii. 21.

Borrowfield; ccxxxix. 11.

Borsholt, Abraham Gerard, prosecuted for subornation of perjury by the Comrs. of Customs, petition of; ccxxxiii. 35.

Borssele, Mons. von, Envoy Extraordinary from the States General; ccxli. 3.

Borthwick, Mr.; ccxliv. 62.

Borwick, Maine, township of; cclv. 22.

Boston in New England; ccxlvii. 43; cclii. 30; cclxiv. 21.

-, the governor of; ccxliv. 16.

-, letter dated from; cclv. 22.

Bothwell, John, son of the Bishop of Orkney; cclxv. 9.

Botting, Bridget, wife of Wm. Botting, of Nuthurst, Sussex; ccxlix. 5.

Boucher, Samuel, petition of; ccliii. 76.

Boughton Aluph, co. Kent; cclii. 51.

Boughton, Mr. Jessop, secretary to the Board of Customs, Scotland; ccxlvi. 66.

Bounty Office, the; ccxxxix. 21; ccxlvi. 56.

“Bourk's Plantation” at St. Christophers; cclxiii. 1.

Bowney, co. Oxon; ccxl. 89.

Bowesllas, manor of; cccxxxiii. 24.

Bowler, Alex., petition of; ccxxviii. 21.

Bowles, Col. Phineas, Brigadier-General; ccxxxv. 36; ccxlv. 1.

-, -, memorials of; ccxlii. 54; cclxvii. 7.

-, Mr., solicitor to the Exchequer in Scotland; ccxxiii. 39; ccxlvii. 56; cclviii. 10.

-, -, Deputy Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer, Scotland, petition of; ccliii. 25.

-, -, solicitor for the Commissioners of Stamp Duties; cclviii. 5.

Boyd, Augustus, of St. Christophers, Esq., petition of; cclxviii. 6.

Boyd, Mr.; cclxiii. 1.

Boyn, Viscount, petition of; ccxlii. 35.

Boyne, the river; ccxxxv. 42; ccxl. 14.

-, the battle of the; ccxliv. 31.

Bracco, N.B.; cclix. 29.

Bracklan, co. Westmeath; cclii. 11.

Bradford; ccxliv. 4.

-, Wm., of Brighthelmstone, Sussex, mariner; cclxi. 5.

Bradshaw, Mrs. Joanna; ccxl. 11.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Dublin in 1713; ccxl. 11.

Bramber, co. Sussex; ccxl. 72.

Brand, Capt. Ellis, late comr. of H.M.S. “Lime”; ccxl. 101.

-, -, complaints of; ccxxxvi. 4.

-, -, injustice suffered by; ccxxxii. 8.

-, -, letter from; ccxxxii. 22.

-, Sir Alex., of Brandsfield, account of; ccxlviii. 1.

-, Baily, stewart and justiciar of Orkney and Shetland in 1693; ccxlviii. 1.

Brandon, the late Lord; ccxliii. 72.

Brandsfield, N.B.; ccxlviii. 1.

Brandshagen, Dr. Justus, claims of; ccxlvii. 53.

Brandy, clandestine trade in; cclxix. 62.

-, (French), excessive smuggling of, in Scotland; ccxxxiii. 40.

-, smuggled into Scotland from Ireland and the Isle of Man; ccxlviii. 38.

Brattell, David, petition of; ccxlvi. 10.

Bray, co. Berks, manor of; ccliii. 50.

-, -, tenants of, petition of; ccxl. 36.

Brechin, N.B., barony of; ccxliii. 60.

-, bishop of; ccxl. 1.

-, diocese of; cclx. 26.

Breholt, Mr. John Davy; cclvi. 8.

Brent, H., a commr. of salt; ccxxxv. 31.

-, Mr.; ccxl. 75.

-, Humphrey, Esq., a commr. of Customs in Scotland; ccxl. 91.

Brentford, Baroness of; ccxlii. 23.

-, soldiers quartered at; ccxli. 1.

Breton, Moyle, Esq., petition and memorial of; cclii. 51.

-, Thomas, Anne, Robert, Mary, Elizbth., brothers and sisters of Moyle Breton; cclii. 51.

Brewers of Edinburgh, petition of; ccliii. 29.

Brichen. See Brechin.

Bridge Town in Barbadoes; ccxxxvi. 4.

Bridger, Mr., late Surveyor-General of H.M.'s woods in America; ccxxviii. 35; ccxxxix. 62.

-, -, petitions of; ccxxxviii. 30; ccxxxix. 57.

Bridges, G., letter of; ccxxxii. 37.

-, Mrs. Elizbth., memorial of; ccxliv. 51.

Bridges in Scotland, taxation for repairs of; ccxxxiv. 41.

Bridgewater, co. Somerset; cclx. 38.

-, report as to ship stranded near; ccxxx. 3.

-, Mr.; cclxv. 52.

Briemer, Capt. Charles, sent with despatches from Stockholm; ccxxxviii. 57.

Briggins, Mrs.; ccxxxix. 65.

Brighthelmstone, co. Sussex; cclxi. 5.

Brihuega in Spain, prisoners taken at; ccxxxiii. 11, 41; ccxxxvi. 3; ccxxxix. 29.

Brinley coppices, in the New Forest; cclxvi. 2.

Bristol; ccxxxiii.; 47; ccxxxix. 52; ccxl. 10; ccxlvii. 35; cclii. 51; ccliii. 40.

-, clandestine trade with the pirates at Madagascar carried on at; cclii. 22.

-, copper for Ireland to be coined at; ccxlii. 51; ccxlvii. 39.

-, letter from distillers at, about running French brandy; ccxxvii. 18.

-, the merchants of; ccxxxix. 2.

-, -, petition of; ccxxxvi. 4.

-, mail, the; cclxv. 31, 42.

-, mint to be set up at, by Mr. Wood; ccxliv. 7.

-, the tobacco trade at; ccxxxviii. 108.

Bristow, Anne, murdered on Smallbury Green; ccxlvi. 18.

Britiffe, Edmund, Paymaster of Exchequer Bills, memorial of; ccli. 63.

-, -, petition of; ccxliv. 56.

British Merchant, the, a publication entitled; ccxl. 32.

British troops in Spain; ccxxxiii. 41.

Broderick, Wm., Esq., late Attorney-General of Jamaica, petition of; ccxlix. 5.

Brodie, Alexr., of Brodie, Esq.; ccxliv. 10.

-, James, brother of Alexr.; ccxliv. 10.

Broglio, Count; cclxvi. 12.

Bromley, co. Kent; ccxxxiv. 48; ccxliii. 26.

Brotherton —, of Gloucester, prosecution of, cclii. 27.

Broughton, Baron of; ccxxxix. 31.

-, N.B., the lands of; ccxlvii. 16.

Broughtoun; ccliii. 58.

Brown, John, appointed collector of Pocomock in Maryland; ccxlix. 5.

-, -, secretary to Mons. Thom; cclv. 23.

-, Mary, petition of; cclxix. 53.

-, Mr.; cclx. 39.

-, Nicholas; cclviii. 4.

-, Patrick, mate of an English ship at Barcelona, petition of; ccxxxv. 3.

-, Rev. Robt., late Rector of Horsington, Lincoln; cclxix. 53.

Browne, Sir Valentine, Bart., of Ross Castle; ccxliii. 36; cclviii. 4.

-, Valentine (Lord Kenmare), petition of; cclviii. 4.

-, Mrs., late housekeeper at the Garden House, Windsor; ccxlviii. 16.

-, Robert, executor to Elizth., wife of Thomas Browne, of London, scrivener, claim of; ccxlvii. 3.

Browning, Capt. Will.; ccxl. 13.

Bruce, James, controller of army contracts; ccxxxvi. 2.

-, -, report of; ccliv. 45.

Brucer, Mr., late cashier of the Prize Office; cclix. 31.

Brudnall, or Brudenell, the Hon. James, Master of H.M.'s Jewell Office; ccli. 75; cclix. 36; cclx. 15; cclxiv. 48; cclxviii. 1.

-, -, letter of; cclxiv. 51.

-, -, reports of; ccxxxv. 10; cclx. 22.

Brunswick in New England; ccxliii. 71.

-, Lunebourg, letters as to sums alleged to be due from the States General to the King's troops as elector of; ccxxvii. 20.

Bruntisland, town and castle of, N.B.; cclii. 24.

Bruton; ccxliv. 4.

Bryan, Thomas, Keeper of H.M. gaol at Horsham, Sussex, petition of; ccliii. 7.

Bryanstone; ccxliii. 58.

Brydger, Mr.; ccxxx. 1.

Brysan, Mr.; ccxlvii. 48.

Bub, Mr., H.M. ambassador at Madrid; cccxxxv. 3.

Bubbles, Committee of; ccxxxiii. 19.

Buccleuch, Duchess of; ccxxix. 10; ccxxxiv. 56.

-, -, married to late Duke of Monmouth, memorials of; ccxxvii. 15; ccxxxii. 24.

Buchan, Col. John, J.P.; ccxl. 45.

-, John, letter of; ccxliii. 13.

“Buchleaur,” Duchess of. See Buccleuch.

Buck Barn Hill, in Hyde Park; cclv. 21.

Buckenburg, the Countess of; ccxliv. 42.

Buckhounds, the; cclii. 68.

Bucks, co. of; ccxxxix. 58; ccxliii. 25; ccxlviii. 41; cclxv. 22.

-, gaol; cclx. 9.

Buckingham, Edmund, Duke of; ccxxviii. 12, 15; ccxlvii. 3; cclv. 24.

-, -, -, memorial on behalf of; ccxxviii. 12.

Buckinghamshire and Normanby, Edmond, Duke of, petition of; cclii. 12.

-, Katherine, Duchess of; cclii. 12; ccclv. 24.

Buckingham House; ccxliii. 24; ccliii. 11.

Buckland, co. Berks, estates of; cclv. 61.

Bucklebury, co. Berks, tithes of; ccliii. 17.

Bugg-pits in the New Forest; cclxvi. 2.

Bulborne, the, a tributary of the river Colne in Herts; ccxlviii. 30.

Bullard, Benj.; ccxxviii. 34.

Buller, Mr.; cclxv. 52.

Bumpstead, Mr., Clerk of the Robes; cclxvi. 26.

Burchett, Mr. J., Secretary to the Admiralty; ccxxxviii. 30; ccl. 4; ccli. 83; cclxi. 1.

-, -, certificate of; ccxlvi. 61.

-, -, letters of; ccxxviii. 35; ccxxx. 1; ccxxxii. 22; ccxxxiv. 4; ccxxxix. 62; ccxl. 58, 60, 62; ccxlvi. 51, 54; ccxlviii. 49; cclvii. 55.

Burges, Elizeus, late Resident in the Republic of Venice; ccxlii. 45.

-, Mr., one of H.M.'s foreign ministers; ccxxxviii. 89.

Burgh, Thomas, Esq., petitions of; ccxxxv. 70; ccxxxix. 18.

Burghs in Scotland, magistrates of; ccxxxiii. 39.

Burkley, Mr.; ccxliii. 10.

Burleigh, estate of; ccxliv. 8; ccxlvii. 22; ccxlviii. 12.

-, Robert, Lord; ccxlviii. 12; cclii. 15.

Burley or Burleigh, enclosure in the New Forest called; ccxlviii. 18; cclxvi. 2.

Burn Castle, N.B.; cclii. 19.

Burnett, John, Lieut. in the Hon. Brigadier-General Grove's regiment, memorial of; ccxxxv. 65.

Burnet, Mr., one of the Commissioners of Excise in Scotland; ccliv. 5.

-, Wm., Esq., Governor of New York, New Jersey, &c.; ccxxxiv. 51; ccxxxix. 10; ccliii. 42.

Burniston, Charles, Esq., Surveyor-General of H.M.'s woods in America; ccxxxiv. 4; ccxxxv. 48; ccxxxviii. 30; ccxl. 16; ccxliv. 16; cclv. 46.

-, -, letters to; ccxxix. 30; ccxl. 88; cclv. 22.

Burren, Richard, surveyor of searchers in the Port of London, petition of; ccxlvi. 64.

Burridge, Mr. John, M.P., letter of; ccxl. 6.

-, Robert, father of John Burridge, letter of; ccxl. 6.

-, Saml., of Tiverton, Devon, petition of; ccxlvi. 1.

Burroughs, Mr. Ambrose, a reduced Lieut. of Brigadier Creichton's regiment; ccxl. 63.

-, Mr., payment to; ccxlii. 30.

-, William, Esq.; ccliv. 4.

Burrows, Mr. Isaac, office keeper of the Treasury; cclii. 72.

Burrowstonness; cclv. 20.

Burton, Mr. John; cclxv. 29.

-, -, petition of; cclxvi. 16.

-, Francis, Esq., Receiver General of the Deductions of 6d. in the pound; ccxl. 85; ccxliii. 42; cclxix. 38.

-, -, accounts, &c. of; cclxiv. 2, 4 cclxix. 56.

-, -, memorials of; cclii. 48; cclvii. 51.

-, Mr. Samuel, late Receiver-General of the rents, &c. of the Savoy Hospital; cclx. 1, 4.

-, Thomas, Esq.; ccxlii. 64.

-, William; cclxvi. 16.

Bury, Lord, Chief Baron of the Exchequer; ccxlvii. 27.

Bushey Park; ccli. 18.

-, the great basin in, sea horses and traitors cast in hard metal for; ccxxxix. 36.

-, repairs in; ccl. 8.

Bute, the Isle of; ccxliv. 41.

-, John, Earl of; ccxliv. 41.

Butler, Mr. Thomas; cclvi. 8.

-, Tobias, sentenced to death for piracy in Virginia; ccxxxiii. 22.

Butt, William, one of the yeoman warders at the Tower; ccli. 30.

Bye, Elizth., petition of; ccxxxv. 61.

Byng, Pattee, Esq., Treasurer of the Navy; cclvi. 7; cclxii. 4.

-, Robert, letters of; cclx. 32; cclxv. 41.

-, Sir Geo., commander of the British Squadron in the Mediterranean; ccxl. 38.

-, -, petition of; ccxxxv. 32.

Byrch, Joshua, merchant of Barbadoes; ccxxxix. 24.



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