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    Prefatory Note

    of this Volume were prepared and passed through the Press more than five years ago by the late Dr. W. A. Shaw. The Index is the work of Mr. W. G. Santer, M.B.E., formerly of this Department. Dr. Shaw was

    Addenda

    The information of Roger L'Estrange, taken before Secretary Williamson. Anthony Lawrence told the deponent that Nathaniel Thompson had a private press in Lambeth, and that he knew the house, and further that Smith, a Nonconformist minister, was the principal agent Subscribers-only content

    Declared Accounts, Treasury Solicitor, 01 December 1711-31 December 1712

    Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer for fees 7 6 0 to William Borrett, junior, for attending consultations about regulating the Press 5 8 0 ditto, for taking an Inquisition of Extent in co. Northampton on the estate of William Harbord,

    Index of Subjects, N, O

    paying off ships' companies, 306, 319. pilotage, issues for, 62, 249. planks for, 253. poor creditors. See Navy (creditors). Press or Press gang. See Navy (impressing). Principal Officers. See Navy (Commissioners). prize ships delivered to, account of, 316, sold to,

    Index of Subjects, M

    King in Holland, 346. for the Army. See Army. Merchants importing wines from St. Sebastian. See Wines. Messenger of the Press , 184; and See Stephens, Robert. Messengers. See Chamber (Messengers); Mary II (Messenger); Treasury (Messengers). Million Lottery. See Excise

    Warrant Books, September 1715, 6-10, 06 September 1715-10 September 1715

    1715, 6-10 Sept. 6. Money warrant for 60 l . to Robert Stephens, Messenger of the Press (Messenger appointed to look after the Printing Press), for one year to 1715 June 24 on his salary of 50 l . per

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    under Acts of Association, the pressing of ships See also Wrecks. Press , search for seditious messenger (searcher) Press , The, Act for regulating Pressa , Elizabeth (p.) Press gang , difficulties of, discharges of men pressed, pressing of foreign Subscribers-only content

    Index Of Subjects, P, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    Seal. Prerogative Court , The, 505. Presbyterian ministers in Ireland , allowance for, 24. Press , Bill to prevent the licentiousness of, 299. See also Printing Press. Printers , of libels, arrest and prosecution of, 299, 448. See also Queen's

    Warrants for the Payment of Money, 1737, October-December, 04 October 1737-29 December 1737

    p. 284. Thomas Lowther - 1,500 0 0 His Majesty's service. Ibid. , p. 381. Samuel Gray, Messenger of the Press. 145 16 11 Expenses in buying up and getting marked for evidence all pamphlets and newspapers published in London,

    America and West Indies, May 1702, 1-5, 01 May 1702-31 May 1702

    hath been appointed by the Lt.-Gov. to be Corrector of the Press in this Province, receive a salary for his trouble of 30 l . Ordered that the Press for linnen and a small chimney-back for a chamber be left

    Treasury Warrants, September 1716, 11-15, 11 September 1716-15 September 1716

    Disposition Book XXIII , p. 209. Same for 30 l. to Robert Stephens, Messenger of the Press (messenger appointed to look after the Printing Press), 25 l. thereof for half a year to 1715 Xmas on his allowance or salary

    Index, I, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    importation of, Order in Council re , 158; prevention of abuses, 159; ships carrying, convoys for, 158. corrector of the Press in, 261. Council, Clerk of the, fees, 262. Crown Revenues, issue out of. 391: and see Ireland Revenue. Custodiam

    Warrants for the Payment of Money, 1736, July-September, 01 July 1736-30 September 1736

    Annapolis Royal, and Canso. Prefixing: Army Comptrollers' report. King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 235 9. Samuel Gray, Messenger of the Press. 46 5 3 Buying up and marking for evidence all pamphlets and papers published in London, 1736, March 26

    America and West Indies, January 1727, 01 January 1727-31 December 1727

    doors. Mr. McGregore, the only Presbyterian minister here, a man of bright natural parts and extraordinary learning has been anathematiz'd. Press warrants have been deny'd to the Captain of H.M. ship when his men had deserted him, and strick orders

    Addenda, Miscellaneous 1583, 01 January 1583-31 December 1583

    p. [ Newsletters LXXXI. 29. ] [Nov. ] 789A . Paper endorsed The first leaf of a book upon the Press in Paris, touching the troubling of the Papists in England, 1584. Written in imitation of printing . 1 p.

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    the Indians, 204. See also Admiralty Chamber, The Commons, House of Customs Exchequer Receipt Excise Navy Post Office, Penny Printing Press Sick and Wounded Commissioners Taxes Agents Transports Commissioners. Mews , at Charing Cross, valuation of, for a building lease,

    Declared Accounts, Mint, 01 December 1710-31 December 1711

    as of insufficient value or interest to justify publication. See Sir James Craig: ' Newton at the Mint ': Cambridge University Press, 1946, pages 57 61. There is a discrepancy of 11 lb. here, corrected in the next year's Account.

    Minute Book, November 1713, 01 November 1713-15 November 1713

    Mr. Wise 75 0 0 Lord Lansdown for rent of Mote Park 150 0 0 Robert Stephens, Messenger of the Press 60 0 0 the Vice Chamberlain of the Household 150 0 0 Mr. Smethin [the Queen ' s Goldsmith

    Secret Service Payments, William Jephson, 25 March 1691-05 June 1691

    l . on the last mentioned pension: paid fees [hereon ] 184 0 0 paid Robert Stephens, Messenger of the Press, upon his salary of 50 l . per an. and 10 l . for incident charges; and is for

    Spain, September 1541, 01 September 1541-30 September 1541

    Commander Valen uela to the High Commander Cobos. S. E., L. 870, f. 119. M. Add . 28,593, f. 28. Press of business and the Emperor ' s sudden departure from this place have hitherto prevented me from answering as

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