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Entry Book: June 1665

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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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June 1665

Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference.
June 1 Countersignature by Treasurer Southampton of a royal warrant dated the 11th ult., for Richard Earl of Burlington and Cork to embark for Ireland with 10 horses. Early Entry Book X. p. 310.
Money warrant for 220l. to Edward Villiers, Governor of Tynemouth Castle, for repairs at the works there. Ibid, V. p. 347.
June 3 Same for 600l. to Sir Roger Langley, sheriff of co. York, for his disbursements in the management and discovery of the late plot; same to be by tallies on himself on moneys payable by him at the Exchequer on firehearth duties for said county. Ibid, p. 349.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Clerk of the Signet for a Privy Seal for 700l. to Thomas Turner for His Majesty's secret service (Privy Seal hereon June 13. Money warrant hereon June 28). Ibid, pp. 349, 382.
Money warrant for 6,000l. to Sir George Carteret, Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, for moneys furnished by him to His Majesty in Guernsey and Jersey, as by the Privy Seal of 1663, Aug. 6. Ibid, p. 350.
Same for 20,000l. to the Queen Consort, as by the Privy Seal of April 10 last (the 40,000l. per an. which the King intended to grant to her by the letters patent of 1663, Aug. 17, by reason of some defects therein, she could not enjoy) directing the payment to her of 40,000l. per an. with arrears, and with deduction of any fee farm and other rents granted or hereafter to be granted her: same to be payable to John Harvey, Treasurer and Receiver General to said Queen, without accompt. Ibid, pp. 350–1.
Same for 2,500l. to Lawrance Hyde, Master of the Robes, for one half-year's allowance from Lady Day last. Ibid, p. 352.
June 3 Money warrant for 15,677l. 15s. 0d. to William Ashburnham, Cofferer of the Household, for the expenses of the Household: as by the Privy Seal of 1664, March 30. Early Entry Book V. pp. 352–3.
Same for 50l. to John Walwin as royal bounty Ibid, p. 353.
Same for 20l. to Elizabeth Burrell, widow, as royal bounty Ibid, p. 354.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to allow in account to John Martin 54l. 6s. 0d., as collector of Customs in Rye port, being surcharged on him instead of on Thomas Marshall, the late collector thereof. Ibid, X. pp. 312–3.
Prefixing:—Note of Martin's petition, order of reference, and report thereon from the Customs Farmers.
June 4 Money warrant for 686l. 13s. 3d. to the Duke of Albemarle for the rents and profits of Bestwood Park, co. Notts, for 1½ years to 1663. Sept. 29. Ibid, V. p. 354.
Same for 17,637l. 6s. 4½d. to Sir Edward Griffin, Treasurer of the Chamber, being the unpaid remainder of the Privy Seal of 1664, June 27, for 30,000l. Ibid.
June 6 Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to allow to Viscount Brouncker, by way of defalcation out of his farm of the issues, fines, &c., of jurors, 1,150l. in consideration of the sum of 1,548l. 6s. 8d. nichilled, pardoned and discharged, as representing royal pardons to the King's subjects of such issues, fines, &c., as appears by the certificate of Peere Williams, Clerk of the Estreats in the Exchequer Court. Ibid, pp. 362–3.
June 8 Money warrant for 338l. to the Earl of Sandwich for one half-year to 1663, Lady Day, on the sum of 676l., representing the deficiency of the grants of fee farm rents in the Duchy of Lancaster and Manor of Brampton, co. Huntingdon, to make up the 4,000l. per an. which the King granted to said Earl. Ibid, pp. 372–3.
Same for 500l. to William Mordaunt for secret service: as by the Privy Seal of May 24 last: 200l. in part thereof to be paid out of the Customs. Ibid, p. 357.
Same for three months' ordinary to Henry Coventry, as Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Sweden. Ibid.
Same for 1,068l. 13s. 4d. for the garrison of Plymouth for four months to April 13 last: to be by tallies on the Customs Farm. Ibid.
Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers forwarding a petition from the East India Company and desiring all encouragement to be given to the said Company in their trade suitable to their charter. "I conceive fit to direct you to give directions in all the outports that interlopers be discouraged and noe entries taken of them and that greate care be taken that no goods be discharged into smaller vessels out of their [the interlopers'] shipps to be transported or stolen away but that by placing some diligent and faithfull officer aboard the same be prevented. For the clauses in their charter tending to the advantage of their trade you are likewise to observe them, but in point of payment of Custome (a dispensation fit in the beginning of a Company) I expect they comply with His Majesty's occasions." Ibid, X. pp. 314–5.
Prefixing:—Said Company's petition complaining of quantities of goods imported by intruders. "No shipps or persons are employed in that trade by the said Company but under expresse covenants that no goods shalbe carried to and from the East Indies on such shipps but for the accompt of your petitioners." Yet this is evaded by the dishonest practices of seamen, and further the interlopers have a practice of stopping their ships on the Western coast [of England], discharging their goods into other vessels and transporting same to France, &c., or have obtained entry by bribing the officers in the outports. Pray that the officers of the outports be stimulated to discover the arrival of any ships from East India in or near any of their ports and roads, and that no entry of East India goods be admitted save by persons producing a deputation thereunto under the Common Seal of the said East India company.
Followed by:—Extracts or heads of the East India Company's charter granted 13 Car. II.
June 10 Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to deliver free to the Conde de Molina, Ambassador Extraordinary from His Most Catholic Majesty, 30 tons of wine, half French half Spanish. Early Entry Book X. pp. 313–4.
Appending:—Royal warrant for same of the 31 ult.
Money warrant for 109l. 1s. 5d. to James Darcey, Mathew Hutton and Francis Marley, Receivers of the Voluntary present in co. York, for their expenses in the said receipt. Ibid, V. pp. 369–70.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to William Legg [Lieutenant of the Ordnance]. "There being an advance made by the good affection of several persons of honour and quality of the county of Sussex of 20,000l." by way of loan on the royal aid, which said 20,000l. is assigned for the use of the Office of Ordnance: now because the interest and charges "cannot yet more regularly be allowed unto you [in accompt by the Auditors] than by my signification unto you, it is His Majesty's pleasure that you allow the same out of such monyes as are thus advanced unto you upon the accompt of these gentlemen: these are therefore to authorise you thereunto. And for the charges, because these may be uncertaine you are to regulate yourself according to such allowance as shalbe agreed on betwixt the lenders and the Master of the Ordnance; particularly at this present as I am informed the charge of the 20,000l. being like to amount unto but 300l." Ibid, p. 356.
Same from same to Richard Aldworth, auditor, to allow in account to James Darcey, Mathew Hutton and Francis Morley, Receivers of the Voluntary present from the laity in co. York, 17l. 4s. 3d., being the balance owing on their accompt for the wapentake of Holderness ("Holdenshire"). Ibid, p. 357.
June 12 Countersignature by Treasurer Southampton of a royal warrant of the 19th ult. for Charles Lord Gerard to transport six horses to France. Ibid, X. p. 316.
Warrant from same to the Customs Farmers to pay the Midsummer quarter on the fee of 15l. 5s. 0d. per an. to Walter Middleton as Customer of Milford port: and dormant warrant for said fee in future. Ibid, p. 317.
Report from same to the King on the petition of Sir Thomas Strickland, Sub-Farmer under the Customs Farmers, of the duty of a halfpenny a gallon on Scotch salt, praying a continuation of said farm for 21 years, as a direct farm from the Crown at the present rent of 1,800l. per an. after the expiry of the term of the present Customs Farmers, which will be two years after Michaelmas next. Petitioner is a deserving person, and the Customs Farmers are not averse from severing the farm of salt from their general farm as it is a small affair, but "I am in my judgment no friend to minute farmes." Ibid, pp. 317–8.
Prefixing:—Note of said Strickland's petition and order of reference thereon, dated Whitehall, 1665, May 26.
June 12 Warrant, dormant, from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pay the fee of 10l. per an. to Mansell Stradling as searcher of Cardiff, as by letters patent of 1664, March 31. Early Entry Book V. p. 318.
[?] Warrant from same to same to discharge a seizure of some linen cloth shipped by Gawen Corbyn in the "Prudence," of Newcastle, Robert Read master. Ibid, X. pp. 316–7.
Prefixing:—Note of said Corbyn's petition, and report thereon from the Customs Farmers.
June 12
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July 7
Same from same to the Auditor of the Receipt to appropriate 100l. (150l.) of the Tenths of the Bishop of Bangor (Bristol) to Sir Raph Freeman and Gervas Holles, two of the Masters of Requests. Ibid, V. pp. 343, 384.
June 12 Money warrant for a year on their pensions to Sir John Clobery and Sir Ralph Knight. Ibid, p. 358.
Same for same to Dame Frances Tyldesley: she having received only one 50l. since May, 1663, by reason of the stop of paying pensions. Ibid.
Prefixing:—Said Dame Tyldesley's petition, and order of reference thereupon.
Same for 2,000l. to Lord Arlington for secret service, as by the Privy Seal of May 19 last. Ibid.
Same for 1,250l. to Sir Thomas Modiford, Governor of Jamaica, in part of his 2,500l. per an., as by the Privy Seal of March 31 last Ibid, p. 359.
Same for 1,200l. to same for the cost of transporting 1,000 passengers to Jamaica: as by the Privy Seal of 1664, November 12. Ibid.
Same for 352l. 1s. 4d. to Sir Edward Griffin, Treasurer of the Chamber, to be paid to George Vaux, underhousekeeper of Whitehall, for disbursements in cleansing Whitehall: as by the Privy Seal of March 31 last. Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir John Legard, of Ganton, co. York. Ibid, p. 360.
Money warrant for one year's arrear of pension to Mrs. Biron (Byron), widow. Ibid.
[?] Royal warrant for 3,000l. to Stephen Fox for secret service Ibid, p. 343.
June 13 Two warrants (both cancelled) for the Receivers and the Auditors of cos. Kent and Norfolk to pay and allow to George Pyke 750l. towards his expenses in bringing up to London the moneys collected on the royal aid, "it being found that though the moneyes be generall well paid in the counties yet the want of returnes by bills of exchange has like to delay the payments and disapoynt the supply of His Majestys affaires: and therefore it hath bin thought fitt that the money should be brought up in specie in His Majesties own carriages and under good guards." Ibid, p. 360.
June 14 Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir John Cutler, of London. Early Entry Book V. p. 360.
June 17 Money warrant for 45,285l. 13s. 4d. to Stephen Fox, Esq., for the Guards, Jan. 21 last to May 13 last. Ibid, p 377.
June 17
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Same for 260l. to Thomas Davis, his late Majesty's barber, on the arrears of his two pensions. Ibid, p. 364.
Prefixing:—Certificate, date June 19 [sic], by the Auditor of the Receipt as to said arrears.
June 17 Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for tallies on the Farm of the Excise of London for 1,000l. for the Household. Ibid, p. 368.
Money warrants for 3,476l. 4s. 0d. to Stephen Fox for the garrison of Scilly Island, Tresco and St. Mary's Castle, 1664, June 25, to 1665, June 24; for 163l. 6s. 8d. for the garrison of Gravesend Blockhouse on Essex side from Jan. 21 last to May 13; for 677l. 5s. 0d. to George Hosier, Lieutenant of Shrewsbury Castle, for the garrison thereof, 1664, May 1, to 1665, May 13; for 494l. 15s. 2d. to Capt. Thomas Writtle for the garrison of Upnor Castle to May 13 last. Ibid, pp. 370–1.
June 18 Same for 600l. to Sir William St. Ravy for 1½ years' pension Ibid, p. 367.
June 19 Treasurer Southampton to [Sir Thomas Player]. The city's two last loans secured on the hearth money are beginning to be repaid. His Majesty's occasions being so pressing and public he is like to make use of the city for new loans upon new and good security, and most probably part of this money now to be repaid will be lent again, especially if the city find the interest thereof well paid for the time that is past. Therefore recommends the payment of interest out of the first moneys to be paid in from the hearth money: and then to use his best endeavours with the Court of Aldermen for loans. Ibid, pp. 373–4.
June 20 Money warrant for 17,500l. to Samuel Pepys for three months to May 4 last for Tangier. (Letter of direction hereon dated June 28.) Ibid, p. 377.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from John Bright, of Badsworth, co. York. Ibid, p. 361.
Report from same to the King on the petition of Sir Thomas Goure, concerning a loan of 2,250l. made by him to the late King when marching from York against the rebels, and for which he has the said King's sign manual, and the hand and seal of Viscount of Falkland, then secretary: and further concerning his other services and sufferings, detailed. Ibid, pp. 361–2.
Prefixing:—Note of said petition and order of reference thereupon.
Money warrant for a year's salary to the Earl of Cleveland, Captain of the Band of Pensioners. Ibid, p. 362.
June 20 Money warrant, dormant, for an annuity of 140l. a year to Jeremy Gohory for his office of attending and teaching the art of dancing to the King and Queen at all times when he shall be required: as by the letters patent of April 19 last. Early Entry Book V. p. 363.
Money warrant for 416l. 8s. 0d. and 549l. 16s. 10d. to Francis Bowman for paper and other stationery wares furnished to Sir Edward Nicholas, late principal Secretary of State, and to Sir Henry Bennet (now Lord Arlington) as same. Ibid, p. 364.
Treasurer Southampton to Sir Robert Long, Auditor of the Receipt, to find means to pay "these poore old servants," Marg. Kinkie, Isabell Ker. Mary Lammy, &c., rockers. Ibid.
Warrant from same to same to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir Robert Duckenfeild, junr., of Duckinfield Hall, co. Chester. Ibid.
Same from same to same to make some provision for the following members of His Majesty's private music who are commanded to attend his service abroad, viz.: Thomas Bates, John Harding, Alphons Marsh, Tho. Blagrave, Nath. Watkins, John Goodgroome. Ibid, p. 365.
Money warrant for 897l. 12s. 0d., in part of the 10,950l., ordered 1663, June 25, to the executors of the Princess Royal of Orange for a great pair of diamond pendants to the value of 9,750l., and a pair of pearl pendants of the value of 1,200l., delivered over for the King's use: the said sum of 897l. 12s. 0d. being assigned by said executors to Abraham Walker, Esq. and John Trumbold for so much due to them by said Princess. Ibid, pp. 365–6.
Prefixing:—Royal warrant for same, of date 1664, Oct. 24.
Same for 150l. for board wages and 30l. for standing wages of Sir Edward Carr and Edward Halsall, Equerries to the Queen Consort, for their attendance ever since her arrival here. Ibid, p. 366.
Same, dormant, for the annuity or pension of 120l. a year to Thomas Felton, appointed by Privy Seal of Feb. 28 last His Majesty's Page of Honour in ordinary, loco Rupert Dillon, deceased. Ibid, p. 367.
Money warrant for 100l. to Stephen Fox, Esq. (out of the 1,000l. ordered to him for secret service): to be paid to Lady Byron, widow of Sir Thomas Byron. Ibid.
Same for 500l. to Mr. Elliot, Master of the Harriers: to be by tallies on the royal aid. Ibid, p. 368.
Same for 120l. to be divided betwixt the six under marshals attending the House of Lords. viz., George Thorowgood, William Butterfield, Luke Heming,—Welsh,—Hughes and Thomas Smith for their attendance during the last three sessions. Ibid.
Same for 300l. to Lieut. Col. Francis Carr, as the King's free gift, without account. Ibid.
Same for 960l. 5s. 0d. to Ambrose Norton for repairing and new-paving the stables in the Mews. Ibid, p. 369.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to vacate two tallies struck on Sir Thomas Player, Chamberlain of London, viz., for 1,000l. to Sir Job Charlton and for 597l. to Sir Charles Cotterell, "both which tallies came to be unpaid and cannot now be satisfied by reason of so much money paid into the Exchequer and disposed there which should have bin paid unto Sir Thomas Player and was received at the Exchequer, the letters patent of the City of London not being entered there." And in place of the above to strike fresh tallies on the Customs and the Alienations respectively. Ibid.
June 20 Money warrant for 64,166l. 13s. 4d. to the Treasurer of the Navy in part of the Privy Seal of Nov. 30 last for 304, 166l. 13s. 4d. for victualling; and same for 335, 833l. 6s. 8d., in part of 912,050l. for stores and wages. Early Entry Book V. p. 373.
Treasurer Southampton to Lord Chancellor Clarendon, praying him to join in signing the paper from the Excise Commissioners as below. "For though in a matter of revenew I no way doubt of the care of the judges and their forwardness to comply with that which is desired, yet so necesary is it that in their several circuits they recommend it to the Justices of the Peace both in this and other branches of His Majestys revenew to be active and for some time not sparing of their pains to put in execution what the lawes enjoine ..." Ibid, XII. pp. 180–1.
Prefixing:—A memorial from the Excise Commissioners to Treasurer Southampton dated June 16. "Wee have received information from several Farmers of the Excise that notwithstanding the clause in the late Act of Parliament that enjoins the Justices of Peace ... respectively to meete once in in every monthe ... to heare, determine and adjudge all matters and offences against the Excise &c. yet the Justices of the Peace in most counties doe generally neglect to doe the same or indeed to intermedle at all in the matters of Excise, to the great prejudice of the Farmers who are necessitated to keepe officers extraordinary in every county to attend the Justices, finding it very difficult to get two Justices at any time together in relacon to the affaires of Excise."
Appending:—Lord Chancellor Clarendon's subscription. "I am confident my Lords the Judges of Assize will have a most particular care of this affaire so much concerning His Mats revenew throughout their several circuits."
June 24 Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton on the petition of John Wheldon for a reversion of a Customs post in the port of London, he having been banished 11 years for his loyalty, &c., and having been appointed Receiver of co. Salop, loco Samuell Bordman, "which place was afterwards disposed of to satisfy arreares due to His Majesty and the Queene Mother." Ibid, X. p. 320.
Prefixing:—Note of Wheldon's petition and order of reference dated 1664–5, Feb. 28.
June 26 Money warrant for 12,000l. to John Kirke, Receiver and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners for two years to the 24th inst. Ibid, V. p. 362.
Same for payment of pensions as follow: Mrs. Boynton and her daughters 400l., Mrs. West 200l., Lady Frasyer [Frazer] 150l., Mrs. Bolton 150l., Mrs. Lesley 100l., Mrs. Slaughter 100l., Mrs. Price 100l., Mr. Rosse, library keeper at St. James's, 200l.; Mr. Howell 100l., Mr. Lovett 100l. Ibid, p. 365.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from William Juxon, of Albourne, co. Sussex. Ibid, p. 374.
Money warrant, dormant, for the perpetuity of 10l. per an. to the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Lichfield. Ibid, p. 375.
June 26 Money warrant, dormant, for 50l. per an. to John Madden and Thomas Agar for their office of Surveyor of all His Majesty's woods whatsoever within the several parks, forests and ohases belonging to the Crown of England on this side the river of Trent: as by the letters patent of 1664, Dec. 20, and on the surrender of Daniel Treswell. Early Entry Book V. pp. 375–6.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for a tally to be levied on the Customs for 650l. for purchase money of a tavern called the "Sign of the Rose and Crown," lately adjoining the King's manor house at Greenwich, and sold to the King by Richard Champion in order to be pulled down, the better to accommodate His Majesty's building there. Ibid, p. 376.
Money warrant, dormant, for the annuity of 20l. per an. to John Wingfeild for his office of one of the Pursuivants at Arms called Portcullis. Ibid.
June 27 Money warrant for 497l. 10s. 0d. and 1,000l, to the Duke of Albemarle for horses purchased for the King and Queen: as by the Privy Seal of June 10 last. Ibid, p. 371.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to Sir George Carteret, Treasurer of the Navy, to pay a further 500l. to Mr. Pike towards the charges of the commission issued to Sir Henry Vernon, Sir William Doyley and Robert Scawen to correspond with the Commissioners in the several counties for the royal aid. Ibid, pp. 371–2.
Money warrant for half a year to Sir Alexander Hume on his pension. Ibid, p. 374.
Same for 1,500l. to James Duke of Cambridge for half a year on his pension to June 24 last. Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receiver of hearth money for the North Riding of co. York to pay 30l. to William Moore, Clerk of the Peace for said Riding, for services about the said hearth money. Ibid, p. 375.
[?] Money warrant for 1,000l. to the Earl of Bath, Groom of the Stole, for laces and linen already furnished for His Majesty's use. Ibid.
June 27 Same for 100l. to Sir Edmond Sawyer for his trouble about the fire hearth revenue. Ibid, p. 378.
Prefixing:—Sawyer's petition.
June 28 Same for 1,762l. 16s. 8d. to Lord Widdrington, Governor of Berwick, for pay of the three companies in that garrison, March 17 last to August 4 next. Ibid, p. 377.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for tallies to be struck on the royal aid for 15,062l. 10s. 0d. in part of the 21,062l. 10s. 0d. remaining unpaid to the Treasurer of the Chamber. Ibid, p. 378
[?] Money warrant for 1,746l. 3s. 9d. to William Legg, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, for saltpetre, new-building and repairing of powder mills, sulphur, coal and workmanship of power. Ibid.
June 28 Same for all arrears due to John Earl of Bath from 1661, June 24, on his fee or stipend of 56s. a day as Captain and Governor of Plymouth town: as by the letters patent of 1661, May 13. Ibid, p. 379.
June 28 Money warrant for 480l, 4s. 0d. for six months' pay of the garrison of Chester Castle, November 26 last to May 13 last. Early Entry Book V. p. 380.
Same for all arrears due to date hereof to Sir William Swanne, Resident at Hamburgh. Ibid.
Same for a further three months to Sir John Finch on his ordinary as Resident at Florence to negotiate His Majesty's affairs there: as by the Privy Seal of March 31 last. Ibid.
Same for three months' ordinary from March 31 last to Sir George Downing as Envoy Extraordinary to the States General. Ibid, p. 382.
Same for 4,790l. 11s. 4d. for the pay of the garrison of Portsmouth Jan. 21 last to August 5 next. Ibid. p. 383.
Same for 3,500l. to Stephen Fox for secret service Ibid.
Same for 1,200l. to the Treasurer and the Receiver General of the Queen Mother for one year to Lady Day last on the annuity in lieu of Green Wax, and for 2,000l. to same due at the same date according to the agreement in respect of Wardships. Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receiver of the revenue of firehearths from co. Somerset, to pay 50l. to Thomas Gape, Clerk of the Peace in said county, for his services in connexion with said revenue. Ibid, p. 384.
Money warrant for 3,000l. to Stephen Fox, Esq., Paymaster of the Forces, for secret service. Ibid.
[?] Treasurer Southampton to the Auditor [of Imprests] to examine the following account of interest due to several persons on loans for the Navy at 6 per cent. from 1663, Dec. 31, viz.:— Ibid, p. 382.
£ s. d.
Sir Thomas Player 277 13 2
Sir Thomas and Mr. Robert Vyner 2,370 5 6
Alderman Francis Meynell 330 0 0
Jo. Colvile 444 4 11
Alderman Backwell 4,874 9 0
Sir Edw. Turner 662 0 0
June 29 Money warrant for 20,000l. to the Cofferer of the Household on the Privy Seal of the 27 inst. for 50,000l. for same: also for 140l. to be paid to Solomon Gabai for books sold to His Majesty, he being a foreigner and about to return to his country. Ibid, p. 379.
[? June] Draft or copy of the clause in the Act for the Additional Royal Aid (clauses V.–XI. of the Act of 17 Car. II. c. 1, providing for the establishment of a register book in the office of the Auditor of the Receipt for the proper accounting and orderly paying of all loans made into the Exchequer on the fund of the said Additional Aid. Ibid, XIII. pp. 1–3*.