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Warrants etc: December 1697, 1-10

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13, 1697-1698. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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December 1697, 1-10

Dec. 1. Royal warrant under the King's sign maual, dated Kensington, to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal to determine the patent which constituted John Baber gent as Solicitor for the prosecution of all causes before the Grand Commissioners of Excise and the Commissioners of Appeals in Excise with the salary of 200l. per an.; and likewise to determine the instrument dated 1689 May 28 whereby the Treasury Lords constituted George Parry of Lyons Inn, Co. Middlesex, Esq as Solicitor for the Revenues of Excise with the salary of 150l. per an.: it being the King's pleasure that the said two officers shall be united and officiated by one person. They are therefore by the herein great seal, to be granted to George Townsend gent: to be executed by him or deputy during pleasure: with the salary of 200l. per an. for himself and his clerks as from Sept. 29 last; it being the King's intention that the other salary of 150l. per an. shall cease. King's Warrant Book XIX, pp. 440–1.
Dec. 1. Royal warrant under the King's sign manual, for a great seal for a grant to Richard Hutchinson of the office of Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, he having been thereto constituted by an instrument of Nov. 2 last under the hands of the Treasury Lords: his salary to be 1000l. per an. as from the said Nov. 2. Ibid, pp. 441–2.
Same to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for an annuity or yearly pension of 500l. per an. to Henry Foubert "for the support and maintenance of our Royal Academy which is now under the care, inspection and government" of the said Foubert: to date from Lady day last: to be payable out of the rent or profit of the Royal Oak Lottery or any other lotteries allowed and exercised in this kingdom, or payable out of the Receipt of the Exchequer if such rent or profit happen to be paid into the Receipt. (This warrant takes the place of that of April 21 last supra Treasury Calendar XII, p. 120). Ibid, pp. 447–8.
Treasury warrant to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue 10000l. in Exchequer Bills to the Earl of Orford on the unsatisfied order in his name as Treasurer of the Navy: as imprest: and is intended for wages to seamen. Disposition Book XIV, p. 133.
William Lowndes to same to issue 500l. to me [Lowndes] on the order in my name for secret service: to be issued out of money paid or to be paid into the Exchequer by the Excise Commissioners on account of fines and penalties on brewers and distillers or out of any other disposeable money in the Exchequer. Ibid, p. 134.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to report on the enclosed letter [missing] from the Duke of Shrewsbury relating to all English merchant ships being provided with passes according to the treaty with Algiers. Out Letters (General), XV, p. 400.
Same to same to take off the suspension on Mr. Ellesdon, an officer on the coast of Kent, who was suspended on a complaint for not assisting Mr. Henry Baker in the prosecution of the owlers in Romney Marsh. Ibid, p. 402.
Treasury reference to same of the petition of Andrew Taylor for the vacant riding surveyorship in Romney Marsh; he having been employed for some time in the Mint and the number of officers being reduced now [to the number] as they were formerly, whereby he is destitute of employment. Reference Book VII, p. 246.
Royal warrant under the King's sign manual dated Kensington to the Lords Justices, Ireland for a lease to be passed to Thomas Cook merchant, of lands as follows forfeited by Dennis O'Bryon: to be for 27 years from date hereof: at the quit and crown rents payable thereout and a further 10l. per an. de incremento; the said Cook having petitioned shewing that he is in possession (by custodiam) as his inheritance (by purchase), of the towns and lands of Dungillane Co. Cork containing 4½ plowlands mostly unprofitable and mountainous; that one Dennis (Donnogh) O'Bryon formerly gave him great disturbances therein under a pretended lease from Dominick late Visct. Sarsfield of Killmallock in 1636 for 89 years, but O'Bryon was outlawed for high treason in the late rebellion (as is certified 1697 May 5 by James Tisdale, deputy clerk of the Crown for the King's Bench, Ireland) whereby the said pretended right, if any, is forfeited to the Crown; wherefore Cook prayed a grant thereof for 30 years from May 1 last at 10l. per an. above the quit rent: on which petition the Solicitor General, Ireland has reported confirming the facts and setting out the arrears due to the Crown.
Appending: schedule of said lands.
Co. Cork: Condons and Clangibbon baronies.
Dungillane half plowland, Ballnoughan alias Ballygrenagan 349 acres;
Caroone alias Carmore half plowland, 208 acres;
Ballynadder alias Ballymeadagh one plowland 599 acres
Propoge alias Propegna, half plowland 440 acres
Cronogh alias Cronaghill 480 acres.
Ballinemoony 67 acres
Knockatromany alias Knockdushenre 339 acres total 2482 acres: quit rent by Act of Settlement 37l. 16s. 0d. but reduced by the Commissioners for Executing the said Act to 9l. 8s. 5¼d. Out Letters (Ireland) VII, p. 292–5.
Dec. 1. Royal warrant under the King's sign manual dated Kensington to the Lord Justices, Ireland to insert Daniel Cotton in the present and all future establishments of Ireland with the fee or salary of 200l. per an. as Major of the Ordnance in Ireland. Ibid., p. 296.
Dec. 3. Treasury allowance of the salary bill, detailed, of the Commissioners and officers for Licencing Hawkers and Pedlars; for the half year 1697 May 17 to Dec. 17: total 445l. Money Book XIII, p. 403.
William Lowndes to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue 10108l. 15s. 3d. to the Earl of Ranelagh on the unsatisfied order in his name as Paymaster of the Forces: viz., out of funds and for services as follows:
£
Out of loans in Exchequer Bills on credit of the Exchequer in General.
for one week's subsistence to the Forces in England according to the late reducement made by the King's order: [the said week] to commence from the 4th inst. 8199 13 3
for the like for the four Regiments ordered to be broke who have been subsisted to the 4th inst. 1227 2 0
for one week's subsistence to the two Regiments of — Webb and — Hairo 410 0 0
out of the new money lent on credit of the Exchequer in General.
for the King's bounty for the reduced men of the two Regiments of — Webb and — Hairo coming from Flanders 272
£10108 15 3
Disposition Book XIV, p. 134.
Dec. 3. William Lowndes to the Excise Commissioners to take security from Thomas Hall as Receiver General and Cashier of Excise loco Bartholomew Burton Esq. Out Letters (General) XV, p. 399.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of a tenement within the manor of Shippon Co. Berks., parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, in order to a lease thereof to George Cuthbert for 99 years terminable on 3 lives at a fine of 20l. and the ancient reserve rent of 1l. 2s. 11d. per an.
Prefixing: said Surveyor's report on said Cuthbert's petition for same. In 1662 John Thatcher and his brother Thomas had their lives added in reversion of John Thatcher their grandfather in the premises; the increase rent of 10l. per an. was bought off in 1676 by John Thatcher the grandson for his own life only: in 1693 he surrendered his copyhold estate (for life with widowhood incident) and obtained a lease for 99 years terminable on the lives of Ann his wife and John their son. On 27 June 1695 he petitioned for a change of lives but his wife died before the report thereon and he himself died in November. Cuthbert is the mortgagee and paid his solicitor Gilbert Earl 50l. on the 1st Oct. 1695 to procure a fresh lease and to meet the arrears and a further 70l. was paid to said Earl by Mr. Hart as solicitor for Thatcher. I think the fine may be reduced to 50l. Warrants not Relating to Money XV, p. 417–9.
Dec. 4. Royal letters patent granting to William Van Huls Esq. the office or place of Court Post (post or carryer of all our letters and despatches between our Court or Palace of Residence and the first post stage or post office of our Postmaster General) loco Sir Thomas Dereham Kt.: for life: with the usual allowance of 10s. a day payable quarterly by the Postmaster General. King's Warrant Book XIX, p. 445.
Money warrant for 500l. to Henry Baker: on account: for Crown Law charges. (Money order dated Dec. 7 hereon). Money Book XIII, p. 403. Order Book IV, p. 421.
Treasury order to the Receipt for the renewal of two lost [loan] money orders No. 1297 and 1348 for 400l. each to George Dodington in repayment of so much lent by him 1695 July 13 on the Duties on marriages &c.: said orders having been assigned by said Dodington to John Hooker. Order Book IV, p. 420.
William Lowndes to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue to Mr. Henry Baker [for Crown Law Suits] the moneys which are or shall come into the Exchequer by the convictions of owlers. Disposition Book XIV, p. 135.
Same to the Victualling Commissioners. I have laid before my Lords your memorial of Nov. 25 last relating to bills of exchange drawn from Ireland for moneys furnished for buying provisions "for the Navy there" [buying provisions there for the Navy] by order of the Lords Justices [England], which bills are now in the hands of Mr. Edward Pauncefort. You are to pay same out of the salt tallies in your hands [paying same] with the allowance of 15 per cent. and you are to abate 10 per cent. for the exchange [between England and Ireland]. Ibid.
Dec. 4. Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Christopher Attwell as waiter and searcher and to command the boatmen at Combwich in Bridgwater port loco Richard Man dismissed for speaking words of disaffection to his Majesty as the said Commissioners inform my Lords:
fit persons to be presented as a landwaiter at Dartmouth to be added to the single landwaiter there at 40l. per an.; and as a riding officer at 60l. per an. for the inspection of the coast between Plymouth and Exeter, to have his residence at or near Dartmouth; and as a riding surveyor (as formerly) at 60l. per an. for the coast of Dorset to have also the inspection of part of the coast of Devon as far as Exmouth: these additions being now necessary by reason that the trade with France is open: all as proposed by the Customs Commissioners in their memorial of the 23 November last. Out Letters (Customs) XIII, p. 394.
Treasury reference to same of the petition of Richard Breton, customer of Sandwich port, praying that the 100l. granted him by the Treasury Lords during the war for his personal attendance in the collection of the Customs at Dover may be continued to him in consideration of his additional charge and trouble occasioned by the late Acts of Parliament [granting new Customs]. Reference Book VII, p. 246.
Nov.
[probably erratum for Dec.] 6.
Treasury reference to the Transport Commissioners of the petition of Thomas Wotton and Robert Fowle shewing that Col. Kendall, late Governor of Barbados, drew a bill of exchange on the Navy Treasurer dated 1693 July 8 for paying to Geo. Knowling & Co., owners of the ship George, or their order 206l. for 2 months' and 2 days' service of the said ship as a transport ship in the expedition against the French in those parts; which bill is endorsed to petitioners; and the Treasury Lords have long since ordered payment of the moneys due on the said [the like] bills; therefore they pray payment of the said 206l. in like manner. Ibid.
Dec. 7. William Lowndes to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue 525l. to the Earl of Ranelagh on the unsatisfied order in his name as Paymaster of the Forces: to be issued out of the loans in new money on credit of the Exchequer in General; and is for three weeks' subsistence to a Battalion of the Scots Guards lately arrived at Hull. Disposition Book XIV, p. 135.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Edmond Moore praying to be appointed an officer for surveying the Duty for glass windows &c. either for the Liberty of Westminster or for Co. Southampton, these two places being vacant. Reference Book VII, p. 246.
Same to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of William Whitwell of Northampton gent praying to be remitted the 50l. penalty laid on him for selling malt after April 20 last contrary to an Act of the last Session, "petitioner not knowing but the malt in question was delivered long before that time to one Mr. Steward whom he had sold the same to, petitioner being in town about business and the malt being delivered by his servant without his knowledge." Reference Book VII, p. 246.
Dec. 8. Royal warrant under the King's sign manual to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal to determine the grant to John Knight of the Office of Comptroller of First Fruits and Tenths with the salary of 150l. per an.: and in lieu thereof to grant the said office and salary to John Baber gent. King's Warrant Book XIX, p. 437.
Same to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for an allowance of 5l. per an. each to the four verderers and [to the] clerk of Sherwood Forest Co. Notts as in lieu of a tree claimed by each of them as a fee annually due to them within the said forest in respect of their office. The said allowances are hereby to be paid by Treasury warrant on the Receiver or collector of the revenue of Tenths in the diocese of York and is to be paid to Thomas Hewitt, Surveyor General of Woods Trent north, on April 24 yearly to be by him distributed to the said verderers and clerk. And one year hereon is to be forthwith paid as due on April 24 last. Ibid, pp. 443–4.
Dec. 9. Treasury warrant to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue 1481l. 15s. 8d. in Exchequer Bills to the Earl of Ranelagh [on the unsatisfied order in his name as Paymaster of the Forces]: as imprest: to complete the sum of 2,375,710l. 2s. 3d. for Land Service out of the funds for the war for the year 1697. (In the margin: 1l. 15s. 8d. [hereof to be out of any disposeable cash in the Exchequer.] Disposition Book XIV, p. 136.
[?] William Lowndes to same to issue 4000l. to Charles Fox and Lord Coningsby on the unsatisfied order in their names as Paymasters of the Forces, Ireland: to be issued out of loans in Exchequer Bills on credit of the Exchequer in General: and to be paid over to the Commissioners of the Transports on account for the Transport service:
and 2427l. 9s. 0d. as follows to the Earl of Ranelagh [on the like order as Paymaster of the Forces, England]: to be for such uses as my Lords shall appoint: 1578l. 13s. 7d. thereof to be issued out of loans in Exchequer Bills on credit of the Exchequer in General and the remaining 848l. 15s. 5d. to be out of like loans in gold. Ibid.
Dec. 9. Same to the Earl of Ranelagh to apply sums as follow: viz. the sum of 9367l. 3s. 1d. remaining of the 10,000l. lately issued to you as towards disbanding several Regiments (which not being applied to that use, see supra p. 139, the sum of 632l. 16s. 11d. part thereof has been directed to be paid for one week's subsistenec to the Royal Regiment of Foot, with Col. Slingsby's Regiment and the Company of Miners thus leaving the said 9367l. 3s. 1d.) and also the further sum of 3909l. 4s. 8d. this day directed to be issued to you at the Exchequer (to wit 2427l. 9s. 0d. as above out of loans on the Exchequer in General and 1481l. 15s. 8d. out of Exchequer Bills in part of 1,200,000l.): these two sums making together 13276l. 7s. 9d. are to be applied as follows:
£ s. d.
for a week's subsistence to the Troops in England according to the new Regulation and is for the week to the 18th inst. 8199 13 3
for a week's subsistence to the following Troops lately arrived, viz. the Royal Regiment of Foot 404l. 14s. 10d.; Sir Charles Haragh's Regiment of Fuziliers 208l. 0s. 1d.; Col. Webb's Regiment of Foot 205l. 0s. 7d.; Col. Ingoldesby's Regiment of Foot 205l. 0s. 7d.; the Company of Miners 23l. 1s. 6d. 1045 17 7
for one week's subsistence to Col. Denbigh's Dragoons 290 13 6
for the sergeants and drums of Ingoldesby's Regiment to discharge what is due to them, and for his Majesty's bounty to them, and for the private men that are to be discharged 230 0 0
the like for the Regiments of Erle, Stanley, How, Collingwood, Granville, Fairfax, Sanderson, and Collumbine 1840 0 0
for Mr. Patrick Lamb in part of Mr. Hill's bills payable to him [Lamb] (in the margin: otherwise applied see p 187.) 1000 0 0
and the residue you are to apply to the subsistence of such Forces where it shall seem most necessary 670 3 8
£13276 7 9
Disposition Book XIV, p. 137.
Nov.
[erratum for December] 9.
William Lowndes to Sir John Foche. It is the King's pleasure that you attend him to-morrow at Kensington. Out Letters (General) XV, p. 402.
Same to Mr. Bridges for a certificate of the amount of the King's share of a seizure of wines attempted to be run by Charles Goreing and prosecuted by John Ford. Ibid, p. 403.
Dec. 9. Treasury reference to Samuel Travers, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, of the petition of the Earl of Portland praying (in recompence for several [fee farm] rents which proved double conveyed or defective) a grant in fee of Kemps Fields and Bunches Close containing together about 22 acres and Dog House Field alias Browne's Close containing 5 acres which are in lease for 37 years from 1697 under the rents of 52s. 6d. and 16s. per an. Reference Book VII, p. 246.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition to the King from Thomas Taylor et al clothiers shewing that in 1689 they became bound as security for Daniel Ballard in 2000l. to Mr. Colt, collector [of Customs] at Bristol under whom Ballard was employed, and said Ballard has lately withdrawn himself and his effects being seized prove insufficient: therefore praying consideration of their miserable state. Ibid, p. 248.
Dec. 10. Money warrant for 16l. 3s. 6d. to Mary Bishop, widow of William Bishop, lately executed for forgery: as reward for bringing in and discovering the forfeited effects of her said husband. (Money order dated Dec. 13 hereon). Money Book XIII, p. 404, Order Book IV, p. 421.
Treasury warrant dormant to Richard Hutchinson, Customs Cashier, to pay Richard Bretton, Comptroller of the Petty Customs London port and keeper of the cocquet seal there as also Comptroller of all the Customs called Pretermitted Customs in London port, the several annuities or yearly sums of 20l., 60l., 20l., and 100l. payable in respect of the said offices. Money Book XIII, p. 404.
Same to same to pay to Richard Bretton Esq. Customer of Sandwich port the salary of 72l. 8s. 4d. per an. in respect of that office. Ibid.
Same to same to pay William Veel the fee or salary of 15l. 6s. 8d. per an. in respect of his office of Comptroller of Customs in Sandwich port. Ibid.
Same to same to pay William Fall the salary of 15l. 16s. 8d. per an. as Comptroller of Customs in Plymouth port. Ibid.
Treasury allowance of John Knight's bill of incidents as Customs Cashier; being his charges, detailed, in passing his account of the Customs for the year ended at Michaelmas 1696: total 1111l. 19s. 4d. as allowed by certificate of Brook Bridges and T. Done, Auditors of Imprests. Ibid, p. 405.
Treasury warrant dormant to the Postmasters General to pay to William Dockwra, his administrators and assigns, the pension of 500l. per an. granted him out of the revenue of the Post Office by the patent under the great seal of Sept. 24 last. Ibid., p. 406.
Same to Richard Hutchinson, Customs Cashier, to pay out of any unappropriated revenue of the Customs, the perpetuity of 100l. per an. to Col. Charles Fairfax and his heirs as by the grant thereof by Charles II out of the Customs of the port of Kingston upon Hull. Ibid.
Money warrant for 39l. 3s. 4d. to John Norris, joiner of the Privy Chamber, for two years to Sept. 29 last on his fee of 12d. a day and allowance of 1l. 6s. 8d. per an. for a livery. Ibid, p. 407.
Treasury warrant dormant to Richard Hutchinson, Customs Cashier, to pay the salary of 1000l. per an. to Rowland Holt Esq. as Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs. Ibid, p. 409.
Treasury order to the Receipt to satisfy out of loans on the Exchequer in General in Exchequer Bills or in money the money order of Nov. 22 last supra p. 156 for 69962l. to the Trustees for Exchequer Bills for interest or reward, Order Book IV, p. 420.
Dec. 10. Treasury warrant to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue 26,000l. in Exchequer Bills to the Earl of Orford on the unsatisfied order in his name as Navy Treasurer: as imprest: and is intended for wages to seamen. Disposition Book XIV, p. 138.
William Lowndes to the Excise Commissioners to pay 500l. into the Exchequer out of fines and penalties in Excise without further delay as directed Nov. 29 last supra p. 164. Out Letters (General) XV, p. 403.
Same to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Margaret Hill, widow of Thomas Hill late Deputy Governor of St. Christophers, praying payment of the money expended by her said husband in subsisting a Company under his command in that island. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of John Raymond Brandt to be admitted to new entry of 450 pound weight of coney tail wool seized and prosecuted in the Exchequer for false entry. Reference Book VII, p. 247.
Same to the Postmasters General of the petition of Thomas Langley for the place of commander of the pacquet boat at Harwich: said petition being referred to the Treasury Lords by the King. Ibid, p. 248.
Treasury warrant to the Principal Commissioners of Prizes to appoint Richard Buckeridge as Agent for Prizes at Antigua and the rest of the Leeward Islands under the command of General Codrington except Montserrat: information having been received that there are several prizes brought into the Leeward Islands. He is to be rewarded according to the merit of his services, without salary. Warrants not Relating to Money XV, p. 419.
Treasury subscription for the execution of a warrant dated Dec. 4 of the Earl of Sunderland, Lord Chamberlain, to Heneage Montague Esq., Treasurer of the Jewel House, for the delivery to the Earl of Denbigh of 130 ounces of gilt plate as a gift from the King at the christening of his child. Ibid, p. 420.
[?] Treasury warrant to the Trustees for sale of Fee Farms to convey fee farm rents as follow to Humphrey Hetherington on his payment of 12,800l. for same; he having contracted for same May 3 last, being 800l. per an. at 16 years' purchase pursuant to the King's sign manual of April 16 last and the Treasury warrant of April 19 last.
Prefixing: particular of said rents as certified by R. Marriot, auditor.
Co. Berks. £ s. d.
a rent out of a cottage in Old Windsor 0 0 4
" " " Sunninghill 0 0 2
" " 1 acre of land there late Roberts' 0 0 6
" " late Ellis Slatt's 0 0 1
" lands in Hursts 0 0 8
a rent out of lands called in Long Inings 0 0 8
" " in Old Windsor paid by John Mitchell gent. 15 17 6
" the house in the Spittle in New Windsor late Waite's 0 10 0
" Bartlett's house in Pinner Street there 0 2 0
" land called Baldwins, near Great Park 0 1 4
" ½ acre of land at Spittle Hill 0 1 0
" Pury's messuage 0 0 9
" the tenement at the Worth 0 8
" lands there 1 2
" the messuage in Priestreet 0 3 8
" divers tenements there 0 13 0
" the White Lyon 0 5 0
" Alden's meadow in Spittle Hill 0 3 5
" Havergall's house in Sheil Street 0 2 9
" Urmeston's house in High Street 0 3 0
" a house in the Spittle 0 0
" Brown's lands 0 5 10¾
" the Tyles lands 0 6 2
" Wells' lands 0 1
" a house and meadow called Redmans 0 3 10¾
" a mead called Lock Close 0 6
" a messuage in the Spittle 0 2 0
" lands called Cotterills 0 0 6
" Mitchells lands on Datchett Mead 0 2 0
" Needham's lands in the Spittle 0 3
" a tenement in Pescod Street 0 1 6
" Cotterells pasture 0 0 6
" Steel's land and garden 0 1 4
" White's tenement in Pescod Street 0 0
" a house called Sugar Loaf 0 2 0
" the manor of Holmer near Missendon paid by Sayer 10 6 0
" Mary Nipping's land 0 1 1
" Watts' Mead 0 5 0
" Broad Street 0 6
" Butinbury lands 0 14 10
" lands called Hallows 0 5 9
" lands called Upper Close 0 3 5
" lands called Long Close pasture 0 1 11
" lands called Nuthurst and Sayers 0 4 0
" Brown's lands 0 15
" lands called Merryfeild 0 7 8
" Rastall Mead 0 4 0
" Gally's Cherry Croft, Nettlehill, and Totford 0 14
" lands in Nettlehill 0 8 0
" Crouchfeild in Bray 0 2 10½
" Watts Mead and Lower Close 0 5 0
" Thomas's lands 0 6 0
" 8 acres of land called Plumers 0 1 6
" Buntinbury lands 1 10 1
a rent out of part of the same lands 1 0 0
" part of the same lands 1 8 0
" part of the same lands called Davis Mead 0 7 0
" other lands of Buntinbury 0 4 0
" lands called Wyrall's 0 1 0
" Broadstroad late Tyles 0 5 4
" other lands in Wingfield 0 5 4
" Preston's Ground and Wrein Parks 0 5 2
" Stockbridge 0 2
" Montague's land 0 9 2
" Lodge Close 0 15
" a tenement called Scorches 0 2 0
" a parcel of the same 0 0 8
" the Broadler alias Fowlers 0 9
" lands in Hatchett Lane 0 2 2
" lands late Benge's and Death's 0 3 6
" lands late Huckle's or Hatchett 0 1
" Brickill's and Bucksland 0 1
" lands in Wingfeild 0 1 0
" Tyle's house or Pightell 0 0 6
" the Dean and Common[er]s [sic? for Canons] lands 0 10
" Wood Inings 0 0 8
" lands in Buntingbury 0 4 0
" Wingfield Close 0 14 0
" other lands there 0 9 6
" Brenches 0 4 0
" a cottage in Wingfeild 0 0 2
" the manor of Cookham 67 18
" the fishings of Cookham 3 10 8
" North Copice 8 7 6
" the manor of Bray 67 5
" the seven Hundreds of Cookham and Bray 29 4
" the manor of Shaw 23 7 0
" the manor of Clever 54 16 9
" the mills of Clever 6 0 0
" the Ward Mead in the manor of Eton 8 6 0
" part of Mustians Farm 2 13 2
" another part there 1 6 2
" lands in Boveny Field 0 1 6
" lands in Soutfeild 0 0 6
" Cock Close 0 4 6
" demesne lands 0 1
" a messuage in Dorny 4 9 8
" Saddocks farm in Eton wick 7 10 8
" another messuage there 3 6 8
" a house of Hen. Chilton's 0 1 0
" lands there 0 15 4
" Cold Norton 0 9 4
" Stocksdale 1 16 0
" a house, John Sexton's 0 4 0
" a garden there 0 2 0
" a messuage there 0 1 8
" lands in Eton Field 0 0 4
" a house of Jo. Coxe's 0 1 0
" Harris' house 0 0
" Badham house 0 3 4
" part of the manor of Datchett 41 3
" the other part of the same manor 3 16 4
" Datchett St. Hellens Manor 8 12 0
" Ditton manor 21 19 9
" site of Wyrardsbury manor 13 16 8
" the farm of the same manor 39 16 10½
" Langley Marsh manor 43 8 1
" the demesne lands there 15 0 0
" the monastery of Readney 2 0 0
" the manor of Sulham 0 12 11
" lands in Compton Cholmly 1 7
" manor of Cuddeston 1 8
" demesnes of Sampford manor 1 9 11
£485 13 9
Co. Kent. £ s. d.
a rent out of Dean[er]y of Dover 0 10 0
" lands in Hinton 1 13 4
" the manor of Monkshorton 0 15 0
" bailiwick of Northburn 2 5 5
" lordship of Newington 12 6 2
" concealed lands 11 16 6
" Priory of Leeds 1 3 3
" town of Dover 13 1
" lordship or manor in the Isle of Grain 22 6 11½
" manor of Gillingham 37 13 33/8
" Bankers and Shroffold 0 18 0
" rents of assize in Tunbridge 2 2
" Deanery of Bridge 1 3 6
" Deanery of Canterbury 0 10 10
" Deanery of Sandwich 1 11 6
" Deanery of Malling 1 10 4
" Deanery of Sittingburne 0 8 8
" Deanery of Charing 0 17 10
" Deanery of Dartford 2 5 5
£114 18 6
Co. Lancaster.
£ s. d.
a rent out of for a Tenth reserved for the rectory of Little Mitton 0 8
" for the like in Grindleton 0 8 0
" for the like in Bradford payable by Sir Cha. Anderton 0 4 6
" for the like in Bashaw payable by Jno. Ferrers 0 3 4
" for the like in Wadington payable by Richard Croasdale 0 4 2
" lands in Farleton, Sulham and Holme 0 15
" for the Tenth reserved for the friary in Preston late paid by Oliver Bryers 0 5 4
" for the like friary in Lancaster 21d. and for Fryer Moss in Moss in Wharemore late paid by Robt. Dalton Esq. and Thomas Copland 0 2
" lands in Lower Standen 0 3 4
" lands in Standen late Sir Ste. Hamerton Kt. 0 3 0
" manor of Barsnet and Marsden late paid by Mris. Ann Tonkly 0 17
" lands in Basbrowne late Mr. Miles Atkinson 0 19 3
" lands in Haverbeck 9s. 1½d. late Edward Wilson Esq. and out of lands in Middup & Patten 9s. 1½d late William Thornborow 0 18 3
" messuage called Humphry Head late Fra. Dickenson 0 4 5
" lands called Rigmaidens 8s. 6d. and for lands called Singarth 2s. 2d. 0 10 8
" lands called Singarth late William Haythornthwaite 0 4 6
" lands in Estbrick 6d. and lands in Elswick 6d. late Thomas Butler Esq. 0 1 0
" lands late Hen. Wilkinson now or late paid by Mr. Thomas White 0 1 6
" manor or grange of Singleton 13s. 4¾d. with lands in Midburgh, 8s. now or late paid by William Leigh gent. 1 1
" a windmill in Heyhorn alias Haxholme paid by Richard Road 0 2 0
" lands in Middleton now or late Hen. West et al. 5 16 2
" lands in Boldron now or late Mr. Randall Hunter 0 6 6
" lands in Yealand and Redmans late the Lady Ann Middleton 0 1 0
" lands in Cuterall late Robt. Holt Esq. 0 1 0
" lands in Claughton late Jno. Brockholes 0 1 6
" demesnes of Tatham late Lord Monteagle's 0 2 6
" rectory or church of Tatham 0 0 6
" lands in Eaton Claughton and Gringham late Mich. Crofts et al 0 12 4
" lands in Goosenargh payable by the free tenants 0 6 0
" land in Gareleigh payable by the free tenants 1 0 6
" lands of Bankho[use] Mr. Wharton late Robert Noblett 0 6 6
" a watermill in Lendall late Row. Thornborough 0 13 4
" Nettlehall in Overkellett late Geo. Askrigg 0 2 0
" lands in Eaton payable by the free tenants 0 9 2
" lands in Eaton called Lampacre late Thomas Langton 0 0 10
" lands in Rold Penketh and Roswick late Mr. Jo. Ashton 0 1 0
" lands in Tarbuck late Lord Mollineux 0 0 2
" lands in Hornby late William Procter 0 1 0
" a close called Eastwaite and Eastwood in Ulswick in Muckland late William Waine 0 13 4
" lands in High Park and other places in Muckland late William Fell 5 13
" a house called Windle and divers lands in Seiles late Tho. Shaw 3 5 5
" the manor of Nether Wyredale late the Lady Gerrard 0 13 4
" lands in Nether Standen late John Aspenwall 0 6 8
" lands in Plesington late Thomas Ainsworth, Esq. 0 8 1
" Garstang r[ect]ory late Sir Robert Bindlowe's, Kt. 2 0 0
" lands in Dalby in the parish of Kirkpatrick late Richard Sherborne, Esq. 2 6 8
" demesne lands in Conyshead late Priory late John Braddill Esq. 0 16 8
" messuage and lands in Hindly late William Needham 0 0 6
" close called the Instack in Clitheroe 0 2 6
" lands in Read late Roger Noell Esq. 0 3 6
" lands in Calcotts and six acres in Wiswall 0 16 6
" manor of Betham late the Earl of Derby 2 13 4
" lands in Clitheroe late Edward Salusbury 0 5 8
" 4 acres in Edisforth late Mich. Bayly 0 1 0
" lands late Arthur Ashton 0 2 0
" manor of Concough late Sir Cha. Anderton 0 18 0
" lands in Elswick late widow Swarprick 0 5 0
" Ellell Grange late Mr. Robert Isreston 0 15 6
" a tenth reserved for Phorton late Mr. Newsham's et al 1 16 6
Co. Berks.
" a messuage and 12 acres in Hoverfield late Lord Byron 0 13 4
" a fishing in Haverbeck late Edward Wilson Esq. 0 2 0
" lands in Newton cum Scales late Richard Fairlough 0 1 8
Co. Westmorland.
" lands in Melkenthorp late Matth[ew] Chester et al 0 1 10
" Abbeylow Grange late Edward Musgrave, Esq. 0 5 4
" lands in Blusterfield in Burton, late Robert Scaife 0 2 6
" lands in Unby late John Napheson 0 1 5
" lands in Dalton, Ulverston and Nettleslack late John Whiteside et al 2 10
" lands in Sughill late Edward Shepard et al 0 16 0
" lands in Minerefeet late Richard Sladale 0 8 4
" lands there in Kendal late Mr. Antho Garnet 0 10 0
" lands there late Lancaster 0 3 4
" lands there late Jam Fisher
" rectory of Burton late Sir Jno. Preston bart. 14 12 4
" rectory of Crosby late James Bellingham Esq. 16 5 8
" the stalls of cattle in Westmorland and Cumberland late Sir Christopher Musgrave bart. 2 0 0
" Casterton mill, late Roger Wilson, Esq. 1 0 0
Co. Cumberland.
" tythes in Scattermonick late Jno. Threlkeld, Esq. 0 18 0
" tythes of half in Hudderkin 0 2 4
" demesne of Crogling 0 1 6
" Coberg late John Threskeld Esq. 0 0 8
" Scatternomick late same 0 1 8
" Parkhead late John Harrison and William Jameson 0 0 3
" lands late Sir William Penniston bart. 4 13 4
" a messuage and 24 acres of Bondage lands in Penreth 0 13 9
" one tofthead and 11 acres there 0 13 9
" a tenement called Theenside in Gatescall Ward late William Olivants 0 8 4
" a house and stable in Fishergate in Carlisle late Jos. Lister 0 1 8
Co. Cambridge and Huntingdon.
" Coxton for the sheriff's aid. 0 6 8
" manor of Whaddon in Waddon 0 7 6
" manor of Croydon 0 6 8
" manor of Steeplemorden 0 4 0
" manor of Gildennorden 0 2 0
" lands in Croydon 0 2 0
" for Geofrey of Scaller 0 2 0
" out of the manor of Grinton 0 6 8
" a messuage and 40 acres in Landbeech 0 3 4
" manor of Gildenmorden 0 6 8
" manor of Croydon 0 6 8
" manor called Austins Mosnr. in Kingston 0 6 8
" chantry lands in Burn 0 3 4
" lands in Cumberton 0 6 8
" manor called Cutts manor in Trumpington 0 6 8
" manor of Loleworth 0 6 8
" lands in Stockway called bury close 0 16 8
" manor of Croxton 0 6 8
" township of Eltisby 0 1 0
" township of Croxton 0 1 0
" town of Ashly and Brinkly 0 1 5
" town of Eiklinton 0 2 0
" tenement in Sawston 0 2 0
" town of Steeplemorden 0 2 0
" town of Conington 0 2 0
" town of Haslingfeild 0 1 0
" a croft and 10 acres in Tapworth. 0 8 0
" lands in Stow 0 10 0
" certain serjeances in Stow. 0 1 0
" certain lands in Ecklinton 0 0 4
" a messuage in Cambridge 0 5 0
" a messuage with appurtenances there 0 0 1
" a certain waste place there 0 1 0
" lands in Budlington 0 0 8
" the fields of Burgh and Dollingham 0 8 10½
" manor of Waresly 0 2 0
" town of Paxton 0 1 0
" township of Yelling. 0 4 0
" town of Upton 0 1 6
" town of Upton and Coppingford. 0 2 0
" town of Brampton 0 6 0
" town of Hemingford 0 4 0
" town of Wanisly 1 0 0
" town of Hemingford 0 13 4
" town of Brampton 0 13 4
" lands and closes in Wasingly 0 18 2
" lands in the parish of Upton 0 4 0
" lands in Swaffham alias Graffham. 0 18
" several closes in Saltrybeames in forest of Sapley 0 10 0
" lands in Felkesworth 0 5 8
" lands in Saltry beames in forest of Sapley 0 14 0
" several closes called Stockins 2 10 4
" lands in Awconbury 3 2 8
" lands in Wood Walton 0 4 0
Co. Warwick.
out of rent of lands in Knole 0 6 0
" lands and tenements there 3 8 5
" lands and tenements in Alceter 8 4 9
Co. Lincoln.
out of rent of lands in Great Stepney 0 16 8
" lands in Weston and Parkny 0 10 0
" lands there 0 8 0
" lands in Ashby 0 4
" lands in Snitterton 0 7 4
" lands in Fardington 0 9 0
" lands [in] Sorcaby 0 6 8
" lands there 0 4 0
" lands in Earsby 0 9 0
" lands there 0 10 7
" lands in Burgh in the Marsh 0 3 8
" lands in Burgh 0 10 0
" lands in Wean 0 6 8
" lands in Ormesby 0 6 8
" lands in South Ettington 1 4 0
" for the township of Thoresway 0 14 6
" out of lands in Coxby 0 4 6
" lands in Thorgunby 0 4 8
" lands in Gingwood [? Gringwood] 0 6 8
" lands in Warlesby 0 6 2
" lands in Claxby 0 12 6
" lands in Hainton 0 5 0
" lands in Gresby 0 4 0
" lands in Pointon 0 8 0
" lands in Rand 0 8 0
" lands in Whiskinby 0 13 4
" lands there South Willingham 0 7 6
" lands there 0 3 8
" lands in Ranby 0 13 4
" lands in Skrelby 0 13 4
" lands in Well 0 11 4
" lands in Hanby 0 9 8
" lands in Craxby 0 4 0
" lands in Thedethorp 0 3 4
" lands in Whithorn 0 6 8
" lands in Sutton 0 6 0
" lands in Hogsthorp 0 6 8
" lands in Maltby 0 10 2
" lands in Salesby 0 10 0
" lands in Huthoft 0 3 0
" lands in Rigsby and Tothby 0 4 0
" lands there 0 5 0
" lands in Barnthorp 0 6 0
" lands in Tetford 0 9 0
" lands in Baggenderby 0 6 8
" lands in Ormesby 0 7 0
" lands in Salthrope 0 5 0
" lands in Hagworthingham 0 5 0
" lands in Ashby 0 6 2
" lands in same 0 5 0
" lands in Hagworthingham 0 5 0
" lands in Shotland 1 5 0
" lands in Bronkilne 0 6 0
" lands in same 0 3 0
" lands in Fulitore 0 7 6
" lands in same 0 11 0
" lands in Grimsby 0 12 0
" lands in Ashby 0 4 8
" lands in Laceby 0 9 4
" lands in Banton 0 6 0
" lands in Boxton 0 3 4
" manor of Gouxhill 0 4 0
" lands in Killingholme 0 11 11
" lands in Hundoll 0 3 0
" lands in Forreby 0 5 0
" lands in Whitton 0 4 0
" lands in Lauton 0 5 0
" town of Lee 0 13 4
" lands in South Carlton 0 5 0
" lands called Astrepe land. 0 8 0
" lands in Saxilby 0 7 11
" lands in same 0 4 4
" lands in Walringham 1 0 0
" lands in Broughton 0 6 8
" lands in Caborne 0 3 8
total yearly value £800 0 0
Warrants not Relating to Money XV, pp. 420–7.
Dec. 10. Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Francis Sutton for a place as a Surveyor of the Duties on glass windows in Co. Hants. Reference Book VII, 258.