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Declared Accounts: Treasury Solictor

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30, 1716. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.

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Treasury Solictor

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: TREASURY SOLICITOR.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2319, ROLL 42 [A.O.1/2319/42].

Anthony Crachrode, Solicitor of the Affairs of the Treasury.

1 June 1715 to 1 June 1716.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Account nil.
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer: Easter term, 1 & 2 George I; for the expenses of suits at law etc.; by General Letters Patent Dormant of 14 August 1 George I 1,000 0 0
the same term; to defray the charges of Letters Patent creating Prince George Augustus Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester; by General Writ of Privy Seal 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 8 July 1715, 1 George I 1,738 15 4
Michaelmas term, 2 George I; for expenses etc.; by General Letters Patent Dormant of 14 Aug. 1 George I 6,000 0 0
Easter term, 2 & 3 George I; for expenses etc.; by the same 1,000 0 0
total charge and receipts £9,738 15 4
Discharge. £ s. d.
Expenses of prosecutions etc.:
v. Allen, for a misdemeanour in Staffordshire
5 7 0
v. Anderton and others, for process of outlawry for treason in Lancashire 3 7 0
v. Bennett, for seditious words 115 16 11
v. Burr and others (for moving for a good jury in the City of Canterbury etc.) 6 1 4
v. Bishop 54 12 3
v. Bayes, for seditious words 13 3 0
v. Burt, for a riot 5 7 0
v. John Batt, for a misdemeanour 8 1 5
v. Humphrey Batt, for ditto 8 1 5
v. Chapon, for seditious words 17 10 4
v. Churchill, for seditious words 9 17 4
v. Carr alias Kerr, for high treason 71 17 6
v. Cole, for a misdemeanour in Kent 8 1 5
v. Cheap, for a libel 5 17 10
v. Depole, for a libel 52 12 7
v. Douglass, for misdemeanours in his government of Antegoa 101 2 6
v. Dorrell and others, for high treason 308 0 8
v. Dalton, for a libel 5 17 10
v. Dalton and others for high treason 83 17 6
v. Dover for a libel 6 0 4
v. Eversfield 1 15 4
v. Errington, for high treason 75 10 0
v. Flower, Bray and others, for a riot in Hampshire 15 7 9
v. Flint, for libel 5 17 10
v. Francia, for high treason 20 15 3
v. Gibbs alias Gipps, for publishing a libel 58 5 1
v. Gordon, for high treason 71 7 6
v. Gascoign and others for high treason 230 3 11
v. Harris, for seditious words 11 8 5
v. Hipwood, for a misdemeanour in Staffordshire 5 7 0
v. Home alias Hume and others, for high treason 38 0 0
v. Hall and others, for high treason 38 0 0
v. Hornby, for libel 5 17 10
v. Hornby, Sunderland and Watson, for libel 3 4 6
v. Hammer 1 8 8
v. Jenkins 7 10 3
v. Jennens, for a misdemeanour in Staffordshire 5 7 0
v. Innes and others, for high treason 75 12 6
v. Jones 0 18 4
v. Kelsall 2 16 8
v. Lowe and Abbis, for murder (Oxford Assizes) 67 2 6
v. Lord Lansdown 44 1 11
v. Lord Lovat (for discharging his recognizance) 4 2 8
v. the rebels tried in Middlesex 349 6 3
v. Mackinnen, for high treason 15 15 4
v. Mucklestone (to move for a good jury at the trial in Shropshire) 81 3 10
v. Mackintosh and others, for high treason 38 0 0
v. Menzies and others, for the like 75 12 6
v. Newberry, for a riot in Warwickshire 9 5 0
v. Nicholls, for a misdemeanour in Kent 8 1 5
v. Norcross, for seditious words 0 17 4
v. Oldham 64 4 8
v. Paul 4 18 6
v. Perks, for seditious words 28 3 11
v. Penruddock and others, for a riot at Salisbury 93 16 0
v. Pritchard, for seditious words 14 11 7
v. Patinson and Robinson 6 15 0
v. Palmer and his wife (about Sir William Robinson's two Wills) 4 16 8
v. Painter and others, for high treason 6 13 8
v. Quinton for a misdemeanour in Norfolk 5 7 0
v. Radcliffe and others, for high treason 32 12 6
v. Rokeby, for seditious words 11 10 0
v. rioters at Dudley etc. 2 0 6
v. rebels tried in Surrey 142 10 6
v. Smith and others for high treason at Antegoa 182 13 4
v. Stringer and others for riots 80 1 6
v. Stone (to move for a good jury in Worcester) 48 3 4
v. Sullivan alias Silver and others for high treason 170 4 6
v. Scriven and others, for seditious words 11 10 8
v. Smithson, for seditious words 9 17 4
v. Saville, for seditious words 9 17 4
v. Skinner, for the like 10 0 8
v. Springate, for the like 14 14 5
v. Saberton and Wingfield 18 4 10
v. Smith and others 4 10 10
v. Stanton and others, for a riot 19 11 11
v. Sherley for a misdemeanour (Norfolk Assizes) 5 7 0
v. Christopher Smith, for libel 3 14 10
v. Thomson, for publishing ‘The English Advice 8 19 4
v. Tyrer, for a misdemeanour in Lancashire 5 7 0
v. Taylor and others 3 8 8
v. Townley and others, for high treason 264 17 6
v. Royal (charges in defending Tyball, a witness against the offenders in Chelsea Hospital) 8 11 0
v. Watson, for a libel 54 1 5
v. Watkins, for high treason 15 15 4
v. Wine, for publishing a libel 54 9 1
v. Wyld, for a riot 5 7 0
v. Wogan and others, for high treason 75 12 6
v. the Earl of Winten, for high treason 235 4 6
3,997 2 1
casual and customary allowances within the time of this Accompt, and money disbursed by Warrants etc.:
casual disbursements of various natures, detailed (riots in London and at Oxford trials for treason etc.)
307 12 3
customary disbursements, detailed 368 19 10½
extraordinary disbursements upon the execution of the special Commission in Lancashire, detailed 3,279 4 2
extraordinary disbursements by letters of the Secretary of State and of the Treasury, detailed 533 17 2
payments by Treasury Warrants, detailed 2,698 2 4
7,187 15
total payments and allowances £11,184 17 10½
whereunto is added money depending on Nathan Willcocks, for subsistance to witnesses on the road to London 17 7 0
and on Gilbert Douglass, for ditto of the King's evidence in Lancashire and for his own expenses in going there 83 3 6
£100 10 6
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage
Declared 9 May 1717.
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