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Secret Service Payments: Henry Guy

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17, 1702. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.

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In this section

Henry Guy. Secret Service Account.

For the Quarter from 25 March to 24 June, 1692.

T 38/735, folios 22—26.

Charge or Debit.
£ s. d.
Balance of the last accompt closed 25 March, 1692 213 19 7
1692, April 2, money received of Mr. Howard [one of the Tellers of the Receipt] out of Tenths: as in further part of the order of 1691, June 27 for 25,000l. for Secret Service 116 6
money received of ditto: out of loans on [the Duties on] East India goods 348 12 4
money received of Mr. Maynard [another of the said Tellers] out of the Hereditary Excise and the Fourth of the Temporary Excise 50 0 0
April 7, money received of ditto: out of Low Wines 800 0 0
May 4, money received of ditto: viz. 8l. 9s. 4d. out of the Additional Poll; 128l. 18s. 0d. out of the 2s. Aid; 64l. 8s. 11d. out of the Additional Aid 201 16 3
money received of Mr. Howard viz. 13l. 6s. 10¾d. out of the first Poll; 234l. 16s. 10¼d. out of the 2s. Aid 248 3 9
May 12, money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Three Fourths of the Temporary Excise: in full of the said order of 1691, June 27 for 25,000l. for Secret Service 232 15
money received of ditto: "query out of what money": and is in part of an order of 1692, April 12 for 10,000l. for Secret Service 487 4
May 17, money received of ditto: viz. 50l. 15s. 3¼d. out of the Hereditary Excise and the Fourth of the Temporary Excise; and 49l. 4s. 8¾d. out of the 2s. Aid 100 0 0
1692, May 26, money received of ditto: out of the Three Fourths of the Temporary Excise 120 15 0
money received of Mr. Howard viz. 84l. 0s. 9d. out of the Second Poll and 24l. 14s. 3d. out of the Additional Poll 108 15 0
June 15, money received of Mr. Maynard: out of Letter [or Post Office] money 785 7 5
June 20, money received of ditto: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 700 0 0
June 23, money received of ditto: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 1168 4 6
and out of Letter [or Post Office] money 214 12 7
5896 12
Further, Mr. Guy doth voluntarily charge himself as followeth: viz.: to so much received of Lord Bradalbin (by the hands of Sir Stephen Evance, Kt.), in pursuance of his Majesty's pleasure in that behalf, several sums amounting to 9500l. for secret service and which was to be paid over by him [Guy] to such special uses as the King had appointed. In the margin: "do not cast this in" 9500 0 0
£15396 12
Discharge: Credits by Payments per Contra.
£ s. d.
1692, April 1, paid to Sir James Hayes as royal bounty: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
April 4, paid Col. Edward Wilson [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 50 0 0
paid Walter Delamar and Edmd. Poore 10l. to each of them as royal bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
April 7, paid Mr. Abel Tessin D'Allone in satisfaction of so much money by him expended and paid to several Vaudois Ministers and schoolmasters: clear [of fees] 178 0 6
April 9, paid Mr. Nich. Barrett [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 800 0 0
1692, April 9, paid Sir John Banks being for a gratuity of 2 per cent, per an. for 5000l. by him lent to their Majesties 18 November, 1691 to the respective days of the repayment of the principal: clear [of fees] 14 7
April 11, paid Sir Stephen Evance for a gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for the loan of 10,000l. by him lent his Majesty on the 19th December, 1691, to the respective days of repayment of the principal: clear [of fees] 13 7 10
paid Thomas Hall for a gratuity of 2 per cent, per an. for a loan of 5000l. by him lent to his Majesty the 17th of November, 1691 to the day of repayment, being 13 January, 1691–2 clear [of fees] 15 17 10
April 12, paid Mrs. Eliz[abeth] Lloyd, widow: [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
April 13, paid Mr. John Johnson 29l. 11s. 9¼d. for interest at 6 per cent. per an. for 15,000l. by him deposited for his Majesty's use 14 November, 1691 until the 23rd of the same month and 39l. 0s. 11d. for the said gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for said sum from the 23rd November to the respective days of repayment: clear [of fees] 68 12
April 18, paid Lady Kath[erine] Dallyson [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 50 0 0
April 22, paid John Whittle, clerk, upon his allowance of 10s. per week; and is for 4 weeks from March 26 last to the 23rd inst.: clear [of fees] 2 0 0
April 25, paid Mr. Rudolph Keine, Esq., upon his allowance of 200l. per an. for "travailing" charges and is for last Lady day quarter: per Robert Squibb: clear [of fees] 50 0 0
paid Mrs. Eliz[abeth] Disney upon her allowance of 20l. per an. [as royal] bounty and is for June 24 quarter next per advance: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
1692, April 25, paid Mrs. Anne Disney upon her like allowance and is for same quarter by advance: per Eliz[abeth] Disney: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
April 26, paid Thomas Keightley in reimbursement of the like sum he paid to Cha. Roch [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of the loss of his leg in their Majesties' service at sea: to enable him to go to sea again in their Majesties' service: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
paid Mr. John Dwyre upon his allowance of 2s. per diem; and is for 30 days from March 24 last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 6 0
paid Mrs. Anne Boyce, widow of Samuel Boyce, [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of the death of her husband who was wounded by Rawlinson, whereof he died: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
April 27, paid John Stocke, Esq., as a gratuity at the rate of 2 per cent. per an. for 2500l. by him lent to their Majesties' from 11 December, 1691 to the respective days of repayment of the same: clear [of fees] 4 0 9
April 30, paid Kath[erine] Harris, widow: [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
May 3, paid William Lowndes 300l. and John Taylor 150l. as a reward or gratuity for making divers accounts of the public revenues and many states and estimates concerning the same: clear [of fees] 450 0 0
May 4, paid Eliz[abeth] Hedge, Mary Windsor and Ann Mynhenicke, each 2l. 10s. 0d. [as royal] bounty to enable them to return home to Exeter: clear [of fees] 7 10 0
May 6, paid Mary Baxter [as royal] bounty: per An Mynhennicke: clear [of fees] 2 10 0
May 11, paid Sir Joseph Herne, being the remainder of what is due for the value of bills already given to the President Latour for the use of the Duke of Savoy: clear [of fees] 720 0 0
1692, May 23, paid Simon Smith, Esq., 150l. on the allowance of 5l. per week for lodgings hired by him of Francis Emps for lodging the Morocco Ambassador and is for 24 weeks from 24 October, 1691 to the 9th April, 1692; and 15s. for repairing glass windows and glasses: clear [of fees] 120 15 0
paid John Whittle, clerk, on his allowance of 10s. per week [and is] for 4 weeks from April 23 last to the 21st inst.: clear [of fees] 2 0 0
May 26, paid Capt. Geo. Mees the value of 100 guineas for and in consideration of his service in coming express from the Fleet off at Sherbrooke [Cherburg] in Normandy to give her Majesty an account of the burning the Admiral of France and his two seconds: clear [of fees] 108 15 0
paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem; and is for 30 days from 26 April, 1692 to May 26 inst.: clear [of fees] 3 0 0
May 27, paid Henry Justell [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
June 2, paid David Tucker and Edward Jennings [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of their hazard and service in apprehending of Charles Rawlinson, a notorious highway robber and housebreaker who died in prison before he was convicted: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
June 10, paid John Gage [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of both his legs being shot off in the engagement against the French in Bantry Bay on board the Edgar under the command of Sir Cloudesley Shovell: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
June 14, paid Dame Eliz[abeth] Lenthall [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
June 20, paid Kath[erine], Countess of Dorchester upon her allowance of 1600l. per an. for the support and maintenance of her daughter Lady Kath[erine] Darnley; and is for last Xmas quarter: paid fees [hereon] 400 0 0
paid John Whittle [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 30 0 0
1692, June 22, paid Sarah Lame [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
paid Sir John Banks, bart., 229l. 18s. 2d. as well for 6 per cent. interest as 2 per cent. gratuity for 30,000l. lent and paid into the Exchequer by himself and Charles Duncombe the 23rd of April, 1692 to the respective days of repayment; and 19l. 14s. 1d. for the interest and gratuity of 5000l. by him lent and paid into the Exchequer 27 May, 1692 to the day of repayment: clear [of fees] 249 12 3
paid Isaac Manley [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 30 0 0
paid George Watson [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 143 6 8
paid Sir Stephen Evance for 6 per cent. per an. interest and 2 per cent, per an. gratuity for 10,000l. by him lent and paid into the Exchequer: clear [of fees] 48 4 5
In the margin: memorandum:
three days' interest and gratuity at same rate viz. from 26 April to 29 April 6 11 6
paid John Buxton: [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 50 0 0
June 23, paid Daniell Moreau the value of 60 guineas as of his Majesty's free gift and royal bounty: clear [of fees]: at the rate of 1l. 1s. 9d. each 65 5 0
paid George Faulkener as his Majesty's gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for 5000l. [lent] from 25 March, 1692 to the respective days of repayment: clear [of fees] 18 4 10
paid Mr. John Taylour for the charges of passing a seal to revoke Mr. Ferguson's grant of the office of housekeeper of the Excise Office: clear [of fees] 26 16 0
paid Robert Squibb as of his Majesty's free gift and royal bounty: paid fees [hereon] 1000 0 0
June 24, paid Robert Squibb for so much money by him expended and paid for fees [at the Exchequer on the receipt of moneys for Mr. Guy for secret service] from 25 March, 1592 to June 24: clear [of fees] 114 15 0
5057 4 5
paid Will[iam] van Schulenbergh to wit, paid him at the Hague by 2 bills bearing dates 24 May and 21 June, 1692, both drawn by Sir Stephen Evans Kt., upon Benj[amin] Poulle, banquier of Amsterdam and payable to the said Mr. van Schulenbergh, being each for 51,062 guilders 10 schillings: as by 2 receipts under the hand of the said Wm. Schulenbergh dated 13 June, 1692 and 11 July doth appear 9500 0 0
14557 4 5
To be deducted from 178l. 6s. 6d. charged to Tessin D'Allone, 'tis but 178l. 0s. 6d 0 6 0
14556 18 5
Due to his Majesty to balance this account; which I carry to next account 839 14
£15396 12
[There is no entry of the examination of this account by the Chancellor of the Exchequer: or of its signature by the King.]

Henry Guy. Secret Service Account.

for the quarter from 24 June to 29 September, 1692.

T 38/735, folios 27–34.

Charge or Debit.
£ s. d.
Balance of the account ended 24 June, 1692 839 14
1692, June 30, money received of Mr. Howard [one of the four Tellers of the Receipt]: out of the Fourth of the Customs: and as in further part of the order of 12 April, 1692 for 10,000l. for secret service 529 18 2
money received of Mr. Maynard [another of the said Tellers of the Receipt]: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 598 12 6
July 14, money received of Mr. Howard: out of the Fourth of the Customs 420 0 0
money received of Mr. Maynard: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 100 0 0
money received of ditto: out of ditto 150 0 0
July 21, money received of Mr. Loving [another of the said Tellers of the Receipt]: out of Seizures 85 6 0
money received of Mr. Villiers [another of the said Tellers of the Receipt]: out of [sheriffs'] proffers 1 6 8
money received of Mr. Howard: out of Sales of Lands 7 11
money received of Mr. Maynard: 65l. 0s. 8d. out of [sheriffs'] proffers and 212l. 8s. 8½d. out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 277 9
July 29, money received of ditto: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 300 0 0
August 1, money received of Mr. Loving: out of Seizures 19 0 0
August 5, money received of ditto: 350l. out of the first Poll and 50l. out of the Additional Poll 400 0 0
money received of Mr. Maynard: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 200 0 0
August 9, money received of ditto: out of the Fourth of the Customs 500 0 0
August 11, money received of ditto: viz. 175l. out of the Hereditary and 177l. 10s. 0d. out of the Temporary Excise 352 10 0
August 13, money received of Mr. Loving: out of Forfeitures for treason 10 0 0
August 19, money received of Mr. Howard: viz. 400l. out of loans on the Fourth of the Customs: for La[dy] Do[rchester] and 200l. [out of same for] particular service for [sic for per the] Queen's order 600 0 0
August 26, money received of Mr. Maynard: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 300 0 0
Sept. 5, money received of Mr. Howard: out of the Fourth of the Customs: interest at 2 per cent. 500 0 0
money received by Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 341 4 9
Sept. 8, money received of ditto: out of ditto (Langly 25l.; general service 200l.; Fitzharry 13l.: total 238l.) 238 0 0
Sept. 15, money received of ditto: out of ditto 200 0 0
Sept. 20, money received of Mr. Howard out of the Fourth of the Customs: and is in full of the said order of 12 April 1692 for 10,000l. for Secret Service 184 2
Sept. 23, money received of Mr. Howard out of the Fourth of the Customs: and is in part of an order of 1692 Aug. 26 for 10,000l. for Secret Service 712 12
money received of Mr. Maynard: out of Low Wines 800 0 0
In the Margin:
£ s. d.
200 0 0 General Service.
396 14 3 Mr. Knight: interest
500 0 0 the King.
200 0 0 General Service.
500 0 0 the Chamberlain of London: interest.
100 0 0 Sir Godfrey Knolle.
1896 14 3 [this sum being the total of the last preceding four items of receipts.]
£8667 7
Discharge or credits by payments per contra.
£ s. d.
1692, June 25, paid Sir James Hayes bart. [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Edward Noell Esq. by way of reward after the rate of 2 per cent, for the loan of 40,000l. lent and paid into the Exchequer for their Majesties' service: clear [of fees] 768 4 6
paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem; and is for 30 days from May 26 last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 0 0
June 28, paid Robert, Lord Lucas in satisfaction of so much money by him disbursed and expended for their Majesties' service: paid fees [hereon] 350 0 0
paid Tho. Bendysh, being for fees laid out for the Queen's letter [royal warrant] to discharge Hearthmoney and Quit Rents in Ireland until Easter last: clear [of fees] 4 11 6
paid Elli. Lawrence to and for the use of Ed. Sawyers, Keeper of Cranburne Lodge for charges of the red deer that came to Cranburne from 1691–2 Jan. 16 to March 2 last: clear [of fees] 14 3 6
June 30, paid Robert Jenison: [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
July 1, paid Humphry Sheares [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
1692, July 1, paid Capt. Tho. Langly of Harwich in satisfaction of so much money by him laid out and expended for the subsistence of poor Dutch seamen and soldiers at Harwich for 5 months from September last to January last: by Mr. Cory his assignee: clear [of fees] 48 12 6
paid Col. Robt. Phelips [as royal] bounty: per Mr. Richard Miller: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
July 2, paid William Fanshaw on his allowance of 40s. per week; and is for 17 weeks from 27 Feb. last to June 25 last: clear [of fees] 34 0 0
July 6, paid Geo. Arnold as his Majesty's reward to himself and 5 other persons employed by a committee of the Privy Council to seize horses belonging to Papists and other persons disaffected to the Government: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
July 12, paid Rudolph Keine on [his] allowance of 200l. per an. for "travailing" charges; and is for last June 24 quarter: clear [of fees]: per Robert Squibb 50 0 0
July 13, paid Eliz[abeth] Bourk, widow, [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
July 15, paid John Adams [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 50 0 0
paid John Knight, their Majesties' gratuity to him for the loan of 20,000l. for one year to end 1693 June 21: [being 2 per cent.] over and above the interest of 6 per cent, per an. [and is] for his travail and charges in borrowing the said 20,000l.: clear [of fees] 400 0 0
paid Leonard Robinson, the Chamberlain of the City of London; viz. 106l. 10s. 0d. as their Majesties' gratuity for 10,642l. 10s. 0d. in gold paid into the Exchequer at 1 per cent. [per an. and] 39l. for a gratuity at 2 per cent. [per an.] for 1957l. 10s. 0d. in silver paid into the Exchequer; and 20l. to reimburse him the like sum which he paid Mr. Tho. Firmin by order of the Treasury Lords: clear [of fees] 165 10 0
1692, July 16, paid Margaret Kirke, widow, [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
July 22, paid Tho. Hall 30l. 9s. 2d.; William Grymes 6l. 4s. 2d.; William Brudnell 10l.; William Lownds 50l., for their respective charges in prosecuting the estates of Sir Alexander Bence et al. for a debt to the Crown and otherwise concerning the same; and 5l. to Henry Seagar for writing several bonds to their Majesties: clear [of fees] 101 13 4
paid Col. Robert Phelips: [as royal] bounty: per Ri. Miller paid fees [hereon] 120 0 0
paid Eliz[abeth] Disney on her allowance of 20l. per an. for a quarter to end at Michaelmas next: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
paid Eliz[abeth] Disney for her brother William Disney on [an] allowance of 20l. per an. [as royal] bounty; [and is] for half a year to Michaelmas next: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
paid Dr. Titus Oates on his allowance of 10l. per week and is for 5 weeks from April 28 last to June 2 last: clear [of fees] 50 0 0
paid Anne Disney; on her allowance of 20l. per an.; and is for one quarter to end at Michaelmas next: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
July 28, paid the Duchess of Bucks on her allowance or pension of 1200l. per an.; and is for 1691 Lady day quarter: paid fees [hereon] 300 0 0
paid Katherine Harris, widow [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
paid Charles Duncombe Esq. for loss sustained by taking at the Exchequer 1600 guineas at 22s. each which was 3d. more than the same could be disposed of: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Phill[ip] Madox by way of reward for himself and the rest of the under clerks of the PrivyCouncil in consideration of their great pains and expenses in their attendance on the Lords Committee for the Affairs of Ireland; in pursuance of their Lordships' letter dated the 21 July 1692: clear [of fees] 100 0 0
1692, August 1, paid John Whittle, clerk, on his allowance of 10s. per week; and is for 4 weeks from May 21 last to June 18 last: clear [of fees] 2 0 0
paid ditto on the said allowance and is for 6 weeks from 18 June last to July 30 last: clear [of fees] 3 0 0
paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem; and is for 37 days from June 25 last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 14 0
August 4, paid Martha Bastin, widow, on her allowance of 12l. per an. as of her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty; and is for 3 quarters ended at midsummer last: clear of [fees] 9 0 0
August 5, paid Dame Kath[erine] Herbert, of Chirbury [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon]: per Lance Burton 375 0 0
paid David Stuart [as royal] bounty: as a reward for his good services; clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Abell Tessin D'Allone to be disposed of by him for such uses and services [according to such directions] as he hath or shall receive from her Majesty: clear [of fees] 300 0 0
August 11, paid Col. Tho. Blaire [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Henry Keats [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Tho. Smeaton on his allowance of 20l. per an. [as royal] bounty; and is for half a year ended at Midsummer 1692: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
paid Charles Duncombe Esq. for gratuity [at the rate] of 2 per cent. per an. for the loan of 20,000l. from 17 November to — clear [of fees] 247 11
August 12, paid Martin Carbonell [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 37 10 0
1692, August 12, paid Abell Tessen D'Allone to be disposed of by him for such uses and services as he hath or shall receive directions [for] from her Majesty: clear [of fees] 200 0 0
August 15, paid Eliz[abeth] Madge alias Ogleby on her allowance of 40l. per an. [as royal] bounty [and is] for half a year to Lady day last: paid fees [hereon] 20 0 0
paid John Rawkins for the use of Monsieur Schuylenburg for interest at the rate of 6 per cent. per an. and gratuity at 2 per cent. per an. for the sum of 10,183l. 1s. 0d. and 6192l. from the several days the said money ought to have been paid [to the said Schuylenburg] to the day the same was paid; according to a computation thereof made by Mr. Auditor Ald worth: clear [of fees] 274 17 2
August 16, paid Brune Clench for the use of his son Brune Clench on his allowance of 40l. per an., as of her Majesty's free gift in consideration of his service and the loss of his eyes; and is for half a year ended at Midsummer last: paid fees [hereon] 20 0 0
paid Thomas Gummings 5l. for himself and 5l. for Tho. Fry, William Bawkombe, Jane relict of Benj. Hills, Kath[erine] relict of Edwd. Roberts, Joane relict of Edwd. Lance, and Ursula Clarke alias Ellis mother of George Clarke; on their respective allowance of 10l. per an. and is for half a year ended March 13 last as of their Majesties' free gift and royal bounty: clear [of fees] 35 0 0
August 19, paid Kath[erine], Countess of Dorchester, upon her allowance of 1600l. per an. for the support and maintenance of her daughter the Lady Kath[erine] Darnley: and is for last Lady day quarter: paid fees [hereon] 400 0 0
August 25, paid Marg[are]t Whittle upon her allowance of 40l. per an. [as royal] bounty; and is for half a year ended at Lady day last: per Rich. Milber 20 0 0
1692, August 26, paid Dame Mary Bellew [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
paid the Earl of Montroth [Mountrath, as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 300 0 0
August 27, paid Charles Duncombe Esq. at the rate of 2 per cent. gratuity on 5000l. lent into the Exchequer 13 June 1692 to 23 August inst.: clear [of fees] 19 9 0
August 28, paid Mary Brincknell on [her] allowance of 20l. per an. [as royal] bounty [and is] for half a year ended at midsummer last: clear [of fees]: per John Mendham 10 0 0
August 29, paid the Countess Dowager of Plymouth for gratuity at 2 per cent. for a loan of 500l. from 8 July last to 11 August inst.: clear [of fees]: per Mr. Lowndes 0 18 6
Sept. 1, paid Thomas Wilson being their Majesties' gratuity at the rate of 2 per cent. per an. for the sum of 10,000l. by him lent to their Majesties 14 June last to the 25th and 26th August: clear [of fees] 39 14 0
Sept. 2, paid William Johnson as of her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty: the fees to be put to the King's account 200 0 0
Sept. 3, paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem; [and is] for 33 days from 1 August last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 6 0
Sept. 5, paid the Earl of Montague, being their Majesties' gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for [a] loan of 5000l. [on the] 28th June 1692 to the 15th August last: per Robert Nott: clear [of fees] 13 3 0
paid Paul Bowyer on [his] allowance of 40l. per an. [as royal] bounty for the children of Monsieur Brassaly for their subsistence in Eton College, and is for half a year ended 17 May last: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid John Whittle, clerk, on his allowance of 105. per week for 5 weeks from 30 last to the 3rd inst.: clear [of fees] 2 10 0
1692, Sept. 5, paid John Roberts [as royal] bounty: paid fees for this and [for] 100l. p[aid] Dec. 21 last 121 4 9
paid William Cossins for the use of Sir Thomas Fowle [as] their Majesties' gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for the loan of 5000l. from 14 June last to Aug. 28 last: clear [of fees] 19 3 0
Sept. 7, paid Mr. Richard Emmett [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 250 0 0
Sept. 9, paid Anne Fitzharry on [her] allowance of 26l. per an. [as] of her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty for the schooling and subsistence of her son Henry; [and is] for half a year ended at midsummer last: clear [of fees] 13 0 0
Sept. 16, paid Mr. Thomas Harrison [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 250 0 0
paid Mr. Peter Ducane as a gratuity of 3d. per guinea for 5517 guineas paid into the Exchequer at 1l. 1s. 9d. each guinea; to make them 22s. each 68 19 3
paid Geo. Sympson [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Capt. Tho. Langly in satisfaction of so much money by him disbursed for the relief of poor Dutch seamen and soldiers at Harwich; [and is] for 5 months from Feb. 1 last to June 30 last: per Gilbert Lacy clear [of fees] 25 0 6
Sept. 21, paid Edward Noell, being her Majesty's gratuity at the rate of 2 per cent. per an. for 1500l. part of 10,000l. lent into the Exchequer 6 Feb. 1690–1 to the respective days of repayment viz. 1000l. on Oct. 8 and 500l. on 19 November 1691: clear [of fees] 21 5 0
paid Mr. Parry Walton [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
paid Mr. John Knight 105l. 6s. 7d. for interest at the rate of 6 per cent. per an. for several sums of money by him overpaid into the Exchequer in the several weeks between 17 January 1691–2 and 4 June 1692 [as Cashier of the Customs]; and 35l. 2s. 2d. for their Majesties' gratuity at 2 per cent, for the said money so overpaid; and 38l. for the like gratuity for 6000l. lent into the Exchequer 5 May last to 30 August last; and 18l. 5s. 6d. for the like gratuity for a loan of 3000l. made the 19th May 1692 to 10 September following; and 200l. for the like gratuity for 10,000l. by him lent on the Quarter Part [the Fourth] of the Customs, and is for one year ended the 6th inst.: clear [of fees], the fees being put to the King's account 396 14 3
1692, Sept. 23, paid Sir Godfrey Kneller, being in consideration and satisfaction of two pictures that he drew of their Majesties to my Lord Lieutenant of Ireland: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
paid Leonard Robinson, the Chamberlain [of the city] of London, being in part of 1 per cent, by him paid to several citizens of London and others that have made loans in silver at the Chamber of London and paid into the Exchequer on a clause of the Act of Parliament [3 Wm. and Mary c. 6] for a Quarterly Poll for carrying on a vigorous war against France: clear [of fees]: the fees [being] put to the King's account 500 0 0
Sept. 26, paid Tho. Bendysh, being for the charges in passing a privy seal for [taking in] loans on the Quarterly Poll: clear [of fees] 24 12 6
paid Susanna Allen [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 500 0 0
paid Anne Hall [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 200 0 0
Sept. 28, paid Mary Watson, widow, on [her] allowance of 40l. per an. [as royal] bounty; [and is] for half a year ended at Lady day last: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
1692, Sept. 28, paid Robert Squibb in satisfaction of so much money by him expended for fees etc. [paid at the Exchequer on the receiving of moneys for Henry Guy for the secret service] from 24 June last to 29 September inst. 147 17 0
8369 4 11¾
due to his Majesty to balance this account "which I carry to the next" 298 2 4
£8667 7

"This account was examined by Mr. Chancellor [of the Exchequer] the 5th day of October 1692: and signed and allowed by her Majesty the 7th day of October 1692."

Henry Guy

Secret Service money Account for the quarter from 29 September to 25 December, 1692.

T 38/735, folios 35—42.

Charges or Debit.
£ s. d.
Balance of last account 298 2 4
1692, Sept. 30, money received of Mr. Maynard [one of the four Tellers of the Receipt of the Exchequer] out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise: in further part of the order of 1692 August 26 for 10,000l. for Secret Service 580 0 0
Oct. 6, money received of ditto: out of ditto 1871 9 6
[This entry is followed by the allocation of the above 2 sums viz. 200l. to General service; 360l. to Sir Jos. Herne; 20l. to Mr. Alardis: (making up the first sum Of 580l.) and 81l. 9s. 6d. to Topham; 20l. to messengers; 20l. to Whiting; 600l. to Papillon; 400l. to CD.; 500l. to Sir T. Southwell; 200l. to General service; 50l. to Dr. Oates (making up the item of 1871l. 9s. 6d.).]
Oct. 13, money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 200 0 0
Oct. 20, money received of ditto: 285l. 16s. 2d. out of Low Wines; and 218l. 3s. 10d. out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 504 0 0
(The above item is followed by the allocation of the 504l., viz. 40l. to Mr. Royer; 100l. to Mr. Joddrell; 100l. to Mr. Shales; 50l. to Lady Lindore; 200l. General service; 14l. to Mr. O'Haugherne).
Oct. 28, money received of Mr. Howard out of [loans on the] Fourth of the Customs [by the] Chamberlain of London 400 0 0
1692, Oct. 28, money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise [for] General service [of the Secret Service] 625 15 8
Nov. 4, money received of Mr. Hen. Maynard: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise viz. 500l. for the King, 100l. for a bill of exchange, 28l. 10s. 0d. for Mr. Fitzharry 628 10 0
Nov. 8, money received of ditto out of ditto 424 4 3
Nov. 9, money received of ditto out of ditto [for] Sir Hen. Fane 200 0 0
Nov. 10, money received of Mr. Howard: out of silver coined [and is for] Granville 80 0 0
Nov. 17, money received of Mr. Maynard: out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 900 0 0
Nov. 24, money received of ditto: out of ditto 260 0 0
Nov. 25, money received of ditto: out of ditto 240 0 0
(This entry is followed by the allocation of 500l. representing the above 2 items: viz. 400l. to the Earl of Galloway [Galway]; 60l. to Monsieur D'Sailly; 40l. to ordinary service).
Dec. 1, money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 320 0 0
(This entry is followed by the allocation of the 320l. viz. 20l. to James Roach; 200l. to ordinary service; 60l. to Dr. Grimalston; 30l. to — Faireclough; 10l. to Sir James Hay).
Dec. 9, money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 1253 8
Dec. 10, money received then of Phillip Ryley Esq., Surveyor General of Woods Trent South, 1000l. being part of 2500l. directed to be paid to me, (Henry Guy) by the said Ryley for their Majesties' secret service out of moneys arising by wood sales in Dean Forest; and is pursuant to their Majesties' privy seal of 29 Feb. last 1000 0 0
1692, Dec. 19, money received of Mr. Villiers on an order dated Dec. 14 inst. for 10,000l. for secret service: viz. 250 guineas; out of Tenths 272 18 4
money received of Mr. Maynard out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 246 11
ditto of ditto out of ditto [for the] E[arl] of Galloway [Galway] 300 0 0
Dec. 22, ditto of ditto out of ditto (whereof 1,000l. for General service; 300l. for Visct. Galloway; 64l. for General service) 1364 0 0
Dec. 24, money received of Mr. Villiers: out of Tenths 88 5 1
money received of Mr. Maynard 151l. 12s. 5½d. out of Tenths and 42l. 19s. 5½d. out of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise 194 11 11
£12251 17 1
Discharge or credits by payments per contra.
Oct. 1, paid Sir Joseph Herne, being the remainder of what is due for the value of bills already given to the President La Tour for the Duke of Savoy's use: clear [of fees] 360 0 0
paid Mr. David Mardis, clerk, [as royal] bounty towards charges of his transportation to Jamaica, whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Mr. Parry Walton: [as royal] bounty: paid fees 100 0 0
Oct. 3, paid Dr. Plume, Doctor in Divinity, vicar of East Greenwich, for the tithes of Greenwich Park for one year ended at Michaelmas last: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
paid John Whittle, clerk, upon his allowance of 10s. per week; and is for 4 weeks from Sept. 3 last to October 1 inst.: clear [of fees] 2 0 0
Oct. 5, paid the Rt. Honble. Edward Russell Esq. as their Majesties' gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for 13,000l. lent and paid into the Exchequer on the second Quarter of the Poll: [to wit] from 21 May [last] to the several days of repayment: clear [of fees] 74 3 8
1692, Oct. 6, paid William Whiting, clerk, towards the charge of his transportation to Jamaica, whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid John Topham Esq., one of their Majesties' serjeants-at-arms appointed to attend the House of Commons 81l. 9s. 6d. in satisfaction of so much disbursed by him for coals, candles, sweets, brooms, mops, brushes and keeping the [said] House 5¾ years and for 2 wax lights for the said House from February 1684–5 to 2 October 1690; and 20l. on account of charges paid to messengers for summoning several persons between Xmas 1688 and the 2nd of October 1690 to appear and attend the late Convention and the said House of Commons and Committees of the said House: clear [of fees] 101 9 6
Oct. 7, paid Sir Thomas Southwell, bart. [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 500 0 0
paid Kath[erine], Countess of Dorchester upon her allowance of 1600l. per an. for the support and maintenance of her daughter [Lady] Kath[erine] Darnley; and is for last midsummer quarter: [paid] fees [hereon] 400 0 0
paid Thomas Papillion [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 600 0 0
Oct. 8, paid Dr. Titus Oates upon his allowance of 10l. per week and is for 5 weeks from June 2 last to July 7 last: clear [of fees] 50 0 0
Oct. 10, paid the Earl of Nottingham being their Majesties' gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for 4000l. lent and paid into the Exchequer by him on the credit of the Exchequer in general: [to wit] for 15 July 1692 to Oct. 5 following: clear [of fees] 17 19 4
Oct. 11, paid the Lady Kath[erine] Dailyson [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 50 0 0
Oct. 12, paid James, Lord Mordington, [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
1692, Oct. 12, paid Robt. Parry, clerk, [as royal] bounty towards the charges of his transportation to the Leeward Islands whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem and is for 39 days from Sept. 3 last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 18 0
paid the Duchess of Buckingham upon her allowance of 1200l. per an. and is for 1691 June 24 quarter: [paid] fees [hereon] 300 0 0
paid Henry Keates [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid the Lady Eliz[abeth] Lenthall [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
Oct. 20, paid Dame Eliz[abeth] Lindore [as royal] bounty; paid fees [hereon] 50 0 0
Oct. 22, paid John Shales Esq. on his allowance of 400l. per an. for and in consideration of his pains and service in examining and inspecting all contracts, memorials and cert[ificates] and papers that have been or shall be presented to the Lords of the Treasury by the officers and Commissioners as well of the Navy and Victualling, as by the officers of the Ordnance and to make fair entries of the same in Books to be by him kept for that purpose and to certify their Lordships thereof as occasion shall require: [and is] for one quarter ended at June 24 last: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
paid Henry Stedman (Stedham), clerk, [as royal] bounty, towards the charges of his transportation to the West Indies, whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
paid Paule Joddrell Esq., Clerk to the House of Commons, as of his Majesty's free gift and royal bounty for and in consideration of his pains in soliciting and attending the dispatch of the several Money Bills in the two last sessions of Parliament: free [of fees] 100 0 0
1692, Oct. 24, paid John Gellibrand as his Majesty's reward for discovering and prosecuting two pamphlets entitled 'the Triming Court Divine' and 'a Dialogue between my Lord Russell's Ghost and the Dean of Canterbury': free [of fees] 40 0 0
Oct. 26, paid Richard Smith, assignee of Paul Duckminique, being his Majesty's gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for 2000l. lent in the name of the said D[ocminique] 28 June last: [to wit] to 18 August: clear [of fees] 5 9 7
Oct. 27, paid Mr. Symon O'Haugherne on his allowance of 20s. per week for his subsistence as a prisoner in the Marshalsea: and is for 14 weeks from July 12 last to the 18th inst. 14 0 0
Oct. 28, paid Rudolph Keine Esq. for the use and service of his Majesty 600 0 0
paid ditto 50l. on his allowance of 200l. per an. for riding charges; and 50l. on his fee or salary of 200l.: [both] for the half year [sic for quarter] ended at Michaelmas last: clear [of fees] 100 0 0
paid Anthony Tallant, clerk, towards the charges of his transportation to the Leeward Islands whither he is going chaplain 20 0 0
Oct. 31, paid Leonard Robinson, Chamberlain [of the city of London], being in part of 20s. per cent. [per 100l.] to the several citizens of London and others that have made loans on the credit of a clause in the Act of Parliament for a Quarterly Poll for the carrying on a vigorous war against France: clear [of fees] 400 0 0
Nov. 3, paid John Whittle, clerk, upon his allowance of 10s. per week: and is for 5 weeks from the 1st October last to the 5th inst.: clear [of fees] 2 10 0
paid his Majesty clear [of fees] 500 0 0
Nov. 7, paid John Davis, [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
Nov. 8, paid Edward Noell Esq., being their Majesties' gratuity of 2 per cent. per an. for 40,000l. lent on the credit of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise in the months of February and March 1691–2: clear [of fees] 424 4 3
1692, Nov. 8, paid Mrs. Anne Fitzharry 22l. on her allowance of 40s. per week and is for 11 weeks from 18 August last to the 3rd inst; and 6l. 10s. 0d. on the allowance of 26l. per an. for the subsistence of her son Henry and is for Michaelmas quarter: clear [of fees] 28 10 0
paid Mr. Adam De Carbonell in satisfaction of a bill of exchange drawn at the Hague 14/24 October last 1692 by Barh' Guydett on Mr. Guy for value there received of him, the said Guydett, for their Majesties' service: clear [of fees] 100 0 0
Nov. 10, paid Bernard Granville Esq. [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of the charges and expenses he has been at in receiving the sum of 300l. [per an.] for the rent of the Mote Park for 4 years ended at Michaelmas last: paid fees [hereon] 80 0 0
Nov. 11, paid Mr. St. John Shropshire [as royal] bounty towards the charges of his transportation to Virginia whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
Nov. 14, paid Sir Henry Fane [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 200 0 0
paid John Dwyre upon his allowance of 2s. per diem and is for 33 days from Oct. 12 last to this day: clear [of fees] 3 6 0
Nov. 16, paid Tho. Smeaton [as royal] bounty and is for last Michaelmas quarter: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
paid Gideon Rover for fairly writing and embellishing as also gilding and adorning in Cratisco all their Majesties' arms, ornaments and badges [to wit on] 4 skins in vellum viz. 2 letters whereof [one] was sent unto the Grand Signor and the other unto the Grand Vizier by the Lord Paget, Ambassador at the Ottoman Porte dated 21 July 1692; the other 2 letters were sent unto the Grand Signor and Grand Vizier dated 16 Sept. 1692: [paid] fees [hereon] 40 0 0
1692, Nov. 16, paid Mr. John Kynvin in satisfaction of so much money by him laid out and expended for fees and charges in passing their Majesties' letters patent to appoint Geo. Fletcher as Governor of Pennsylvania and other islands and territories: clear [of fees] 100 0 0
Nov. 19, paid James Dandy, clerk, towards the charges of his transportation to Barbados, whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
Nov. 22, paid William Shaw Esq., 200l., which (with 40l. received of Mr. Robert Squibb) is in full of 240l. for the redemption of Charles Desborow, a ship carpenter late a captive at Algiers who made his escape on board the Duke of Grafton's squadron when he was before Algiers: and is in full of a bill of exchange drawn by Consul Baker at Algiers 29 April 1692 on the Earl of Nottingham payable to himself on the purpose aforesaid: clear [of fees] 200 0 0
Nov. 22, paid his Majesty: clear [of fees] 500 0 0
Nov. 30, paid Sir James Hayes [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
paid Henry de Massue, Earl of Galloway [Galway, as royal] bounty: per Mr. Paul Boyer: [paid] fees [hereon] 400 0 0
paid Mr. Charles De Sailly [as royal] bounty: per Mr. Paul Boyer: clear [of fees] 60 0 0
paid Geo. Sympson on his allowance of 20l. per an.: and is for last Michaelmas quarter: clear [of fees] 5 0 0
Dec. 1, paid Geo. Fairclough, Dr. of Physick, [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 30 0 0
Dec. 2, paid Thomas Colson as his Majesty's gratuity at the rate of 2 per cent. per an. for 19,000l. by him lent there [at the Exchequer] from the respective days of lending to the days of repayment: per Benj[amin] Tudman: clear [of fees] 162 4 7
1692, Dec. 2, paid James Roach on his allowance of 40l. per an. [as royal] bounty for and in consideration of his service in swimming the river to Londonderry when the same was besieged: and is for one quarter ended at Nov. 1 last: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
Dec. 5, paid Mr. Charles Erwin, clerk, towards the charges of his transportation to Barbados, whither he is going chaplain: clear [of fees] 20 0 0
Dec. 9, paid his Majesty: clear [of fees] 1000 0 0
paid Mr. O'Haugherne on his allowance of 20s. per week for his subsistence as a prisoner in the Marshalsea; and is for 8 weeks from Oct. 18 last to Dec. 13 inst.: clear [of fees] 8 0 0
paid Mrs. Elizfabeth] Disney 5l. for herself and 5l. for her sister Anne and 5l. for her brother William on their respective allowances of 20l. per an. apiece [as royal] bounty; and is for one quarter to end at Xmas next ensuing: clear [of fees] 15 0 0
paid John Morse, gent. [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 500 0 0
Dec. 10, paid Henry De Massue, Earl of Galloway [Galway, as royal] bounty: per Paul Boyer: [paid] fees [hereon] 300 0 0
paid William Grimalson, Dr. of Physick, [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 60 0 0
Dec. 12, paid Charles Roch [as royal] bounty: clear [of fees] 10 0 0
Dec. 13, paid John Whittle, clerk, upon his allowance of 10s. per week and is for 6 weeks from Nov. 5 last to the 13th inst.: cl[ear of fees] 3 0 0
Dec. 15, paid John Dwyre on his allowance of 2s. per diem and is for 31 days from Nov. 14 last to this day: cl[ear of fees] 3 2 0
1692, Dec. 15, paid Sir John Guise [as royal] bounty: [paid] fees [hereon] 1000 0 0
paid his Majesty 250 guineas at 21l. 10s. 0d. each: clear [of fees] 272 18 4
Dec. 20, paid Col. Phill. Howard on his allowance of 120l. per an. [as royal] bounty; and is for last Michaelmas quarter: cl[ear of fees] 30 0 0
Dec. 22, paid Mr. Robert Farish [as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon] 100 0 0
paid his Majesty 500 0 0
Dec. 24, paid Visct. Galloway [Galway, as royal] bounty: paid fees [hereon]: per Paul Boyer 300 0 0
Dec. 25, paid Robert Squibb in satisfaction of so much money by him disbursed for fees paid for passing warrants and for fees paid to the officers of the Exchequer for several sums of money received there in the name of Mr. Guy for his Majesty's secret service from 29 September last to date hereof: and for other disbursements within that time: clear [of fees] 205 6 0
11357 1 3
Due to balance this account "which I carry to the next account" 894 15 10
£12251 17 1

6 Jan. 1692–3, examined by Mr. Chancellor [of the Exchequer].

11 January 1692–3, signed and allowed by his Majesty.