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Minute Book: July 1666

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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July 1666

July 7. Memorial of the 22nd ult. from the Commissioners for Arrears of Excise, read and entered, proposing to allow 120l. and 25l. to Benjamin Guillim, Thomas Pearse and John Gregory, former Sub-Commissioners of Excise for co. Somerset; towards the arrear due on their account for half a year ended 1660, Sept. 29. Ordered: allowed of. [Early Entry Book XII. pp. 211–2.]
Same of same date from same proposing to allow 80l. to Thomas Pearce, Hugh Stukeley, Robert Daw and Benjamin Guillim, late Sub-Commissioners of Excise for co. Somerset, on their account ended 1660, Dec. 25. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. p. 212.]
Same of same date from same, read and entered, proposing to allow to Francis Becket, Joseph Randall and William White, late Sub-Commissioners for Excise in cos. Bedford and Huntingdon, 107l. 0s. 10 ½d. on their account ended 1660, Dec. 25. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid.]
Same of same date from same, read and entered, proposing to allow 40l. to John Davis, late Sub-Commissioner of Excise in co. Wilts, on his account for one quarter ended 1660, June 24. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. pp. 212–3.]
The incidents bill for the Excise Office for 1666, June 24 quarter, read and entered. (Total 601l. 16s. 3d.) Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. pp. 213–4.]
July 12. Memorial from the Commissioners for Arrears of Excise, read and entered, proposing to allow 40l. to Hugh Stukeley, Thomas Pearse, Robert Daw and Benjamin Guillym, late Sub-Commissioners for Excise for co. Somerset, on their account ended 1661, March 25. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. p. 214.]
July 26. Memorial of the 22 ult. from the Commissioners for the Arrears of Excise, read and entered, proposing to accept 1,000l. as composition for the arrear of 1,750l. standing out on Nicholas Meade, formerly Farmer of the Excise of soap on the determining of his farms of same on 1655, March 25, and 1658, March 25, successively. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. pp. 215–6.]
Same of same date from same, read and entered, proposing to accept 4,191l. and 100l. as composition for an arrear of 21,693l. 3s. 6d. standing out at June 10, 1656, on Francis Thompson, John Baker, Stephen Kirke, Esa Risby and Richard Best, formerly Farmers of Excise of London, Middlesex, and Surrey: the said farm having been re-assumed by the State on the said date. Ordered: allowed of. [Ibid. pp. 219–20.]