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Declared Accounts: Army Debentures

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 32, 1718. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1962.

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Army Debentures

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY DEBENTURES.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 217, ROLL 727 [A.O.1/217/727].

Thomas More, deceased, the Officer appointed to issue Army Debentures.

29 September 1717 to 1 March 1723–4.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands out of the deduction of 2½ per cent. from the payments of the Foreign Forces 7,033 6
debentures remaining in the Accomptant's hands 14 4 45/16
(total arrears 7,047l. 10s. 79/16d.)
the value of certificates made out by the Commissioners of Army Debts for arrears due to sundry persons during the late War 679,361 16
Surcharge: the value of several debentures unissued from the Account to 24 Dec. 1714, of Thomas Moore, late Paymaster General of the Forces, part of 9,742l. 19s.d., with which the said Paymaster is charged 316 0 10
money received at the Exchequer: imprested by General Writ of Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual 850 0 0
money received and charged on this Accountant:
received of the Earl of Lincoln, formerly Paymaster General of the Forces; by Royal Warrant of 8 Jan. 1717–18
778 0 0
the value of sundry debentures, amounting to 3,191l. 3s. 10¼d., with interest, Midsummer 1717 to Ladyday 1728, 1,372l. 4s.d. 4,563 7 11
the value of several sums of money for which credit is given in the body of his Account but for which no acquittances have been produced 77 0
Surcharge: the value of sundry debentures made out to sundry persons who never demanded the same 57 16
total charge and receipts £693,051 12 61/16
Discharge.
The amount of Debentures made out and issued pursuant to certificates of the Commissioners for Army Debts:
for arrears of pay etc. during the late War:
the Earl of Carnarvon (now Duke of Chandos), late Paymaster General, for several sums paid to him towards the pay and subsistence of several Regiments which have been charged to the said Regiments
1,470 13 6
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Fuzileers, late the Earl of Orrery's 1,869 5 8
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Evans's 2,206 6 0
the said Earl of Carnarvon, for sums paid by him towards the pay and subsistence of several Regiments which have been charged therewith 902 1 3
to balance the accounts of the Royal Regiment of Foot of Ireland, late Lieut. General Ingoldsby's and Brig. Robert Stearne's 2,071 11 8
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Gilbert Primrose's 1,806 1
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Webb's 1,867 7
ditto, of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons of Ireland, late Lieut. Gen. Charles Ross's 4,613 14
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. William Windress's 505 6
ditto, of the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Cornelius Wood's and Lord Viscount Windsor's 2,655 11 0
ditto, of the North British Dragoons 2,704 16
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Francis Godfrey's, Brig. Durell's and Brig. Hans Hamilton's 1,663 16
the Lord Mark Kerr, for the subsistence of the Officers of his Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Farrington's, from 22 Feb. 1712–13 when they were reduced at Gibraltar to 25 Nov. 1713 when they commenced upon the Irish Establishment 3,070 10 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Sabine's 1,629 17
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late the Lord North and Grey's 1,292 10
ditto, of the Regiment of Horse, late the Marquis of Harwich's 2,760 15
James, Earl of Carnarvon, for payments made by him towards the pay and subsistence of several Regiments which have been charged therewith 2,132 10
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late the Duke of Argyle's, Lord John Selwyn's and the Earl of Forfar's 1,937 5 1
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Hans Hamilton's 2,257 18
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late the Earl of Hertford's 942 3
ditto, the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Francis Palmes's and Col. Leigh Backwell's 2,745 13
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Gen. Earle's, Brig. George Freke's and Brig. Richard Sutton's 1,208 18
ditto, of the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Cadogan's and Maj. Gen. Kellum's 2,930 15
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Owen Wynn's 1,188 9
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Grant's, from 23 Dec. 1710 to the several days at which the Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers respectively began to be borne on the Irish Establishment in Brig. Creighton's Regiment 1,274 17
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Harry Mordaunt's, from 24 June 1713 to 21 July and 31 July following when the Companies were respectively disbanded 812 9
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. George Preston's 2,400 1
ditto, of the Royal Regiment of Foot, late the Earl of Orkney's 3,710 16 11
ditto, of the Regiment of Horse, late Gen. Lumley's 4,417 16
James, Earl of Carnarvon, for money paid by him towards the subsistence and pay of the Regiments of Col. De la Bouchetiere, Col. Desbordes and Brig. Withers, for which the Government has had credit 300 0 0
William Watson, agent to the late Regiment of Foot under the Earl of Inchiquin and late under Col. Edward Stanhope, for money advanced on their embarkation in Aug. 1709 for Spain, for which the Government has had credit 481 1 11
the said Earl of Carnarvon, for payments made towards the pay and recruit money of the Regiment of Foot, late Sir Charles Hotham's, for which the Government has had credit 555 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Sybourgh's 2,070 2
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Richard Munden's from 6 Feb. 1708–9 to final disbandment 4,780 7
Capt. Sydenham Fowke, for an arrear of pay due to him from a Spanish Regiment of Foot, late the Earl of Galway's 74 16
Sir Robert Montgomery, for the pay of Ensign Judan Murray, deceased, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Maccartney's 166 7 1
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. William Newton's 1,308 7
William, Lord Mountjoy, for 24 men drafted from his Regiment and delivered over to the Regiment of Dragoons, late Lord Peterborough's 72 0 0
Isaac Guibert as Adjutant in the late Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. de Gauly's, for his pay 199 17
to balance the accounts of the Regiment, late Lord Inchiquin's, Col. Edward Stanhope's and Col. Maurice Nassau's 3,903 0 2
William Grant, late ‘centinel’ in Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment of Foot to complete his subsistance of 6d. a day 4 4 10
the said Earl of Carnarvon to discharge several sums paid to several Regiments which have been duly charged to their pay 582 6
James Hayes, Administrator of Angus Nicholson, late Ensign in Brig. Sutton's Regiment, to complete his pay 119 14
James, Duke of Chandos, for money paid towards recruits and subsistence of the Regiment of Foot, late Gen. Farrington's, which has been charged to that Regiment 817 12 0
to balance the accounts of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. Constantine de Magny's 2,772 9
ditto, of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. John Trapaud's and Lieut. Col. Paul de Gauly's 4,055 0
ditto, of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. Balthazar de Foisac's 5,040 15
ditto, of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. Peter Desborde's 3,625 9 11¾
James, Duke of Chandos, for money paid to the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Charles De Bourgay's, on account of clearings which has been charged to that Regiment 268 15 8
William Leathes for making out the pretensions of several Regiments to the Queen's Bounty of 40s. a man for recruits, which has been charged to the respective Regiments 188 9 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. John Livesay's and Col. Richard Phillips's 2,543 16
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Paul Blossett's 1,699 6
ditto, of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. Joseph de Sarlande's 2,139 2 11¾
ditto, of the Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Galway's and Col. Charles de la Bouchetiere's 8,546 6 1
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. William Watkins's and Sir Robert Rich's 2,142 17
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Peter Carle's and Col. Martin Bladen's 2,293 5
to several Captains etc. of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. Balthazar de Foisac's, for the net off-reckonings of the Non-Commissioned Officers and private men respited 414 2
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Thomas, Earl of Strafford's 5,214 10
to the several Captains of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. Paul de Gauly's, for the net off-reckonings of the Non-Commissioned Officers and private men respited 458 10
to ditto, of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. John Peter Desbordes's, for the like 457 18
to ditto, of the Portuguese Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. Constantine de Magny's, for the like 269 13 11
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Charles Dubourgay's 8,088 3
Capt. William Macherry of the Earl of Orrery's Regiment of Foot, for arrears due 29 6 7
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Heyman Rooke's 1,585 14
ditto of the French Regiment of Dragoons, formerly the Marquis de Guiscard's 3,039 2 3
Messrs. Raig and Coloner, late contractors for furnishing bread and forage for the Forces in Spain for 1707, 1708 and 1709, which has been charged to the several Regiments 60 7 6
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Charles Churchill's 5,240 17
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Humphrey Gore's 2,370 13
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Thomas Farrington's 1,582 17 0
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. James Tyrell's 1,847 6 10¾
Col. John Arnott, to reimburse him for money by him paid to several Regiments towards their subsistence while prisoners of war in France 1,454 19 9
Hilles Hobday and John Sawkins, for money by them advanced to the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Wills's, when ordered to march from Canterbury to Deal to embark for Dunkirk in 1712 1,103 0 0
Thomas Trump, a ‘centinel’ in Lord Viscount Shannon's late Regiment of Marines, for his pay on board the Cornwall, 5 Feb. 1709–10 to 8 July 1712 10 5
to balance the accounts of the late Regiment of Marines, late Col. Joshua Churchill's and Sir Harry Goring's, from 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective times of their disbandment in 1713 and 1714 15,432 16 9
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Lord Viscount Shannon's, from 25 Dec. 1708 to ditto in 1713 14,931 7
Nicholas Fenn, Clerk, Chaplain to the late Regiment of Foot under Col. James Butler, in part of 183l. 2s. 6d. due for officiating as Chaplain to the Garrison of Gibraltar and to several Regiments of Foot in 1713 and 1714 (whereof there is allowed in the Account of their service in Mr. Auditor Benson's office 49l. 7s. 6d.) 133 15 0
James, Duke of Chandos, for money paid by him to several Regiments and persons for services relating to the Forces during the late War and charged to the same 2,664 5
Thomas Bennett, for making out the pretensions of several Regiments to the late Queen's Bounty of 40s. a man for recruits which has been duly charged to their respective Regiments 33 16 0
several Officers of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Rook's, for subsistence from 6 Aug. 1712 to 24 Dec. 1712, notwithstanding the Regiment was declared disbanded 5 Aug. 1712 510 0 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. James Dormer's 2,790 13 10¼
Peter Potter, Agent to the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Nicholas Lepell's and afterwards Col. William Stanhope's 541 3
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. John Pocock's 1,100 2
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Brig. Bor's from 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective dates of its disbandment in 1713 18,285 19 10¾
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's, 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective dates of its disbandment in 1713 3,812 9 10½
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Thomas Allen's Thomas Moore's and Richard Molesworth's 4,253 1
Lieut. Col. Alexander Campbell, late Captain of an Independent Company of Foot in North Britain, for pay due to the Company 613 6
Col.William Grant, late Captain of another ditto 461 4 11½
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Nicholas Price's 1,135 18 5
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Slane's 1,426 19
William Sloper, for money paid towards the subsistence of the late Regiment of Foot under Col. Molesworth, and duly charged on the said Regiment 5,344 0 6
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late James, Earl of Barrymore's 3,642 19 10¼
several British Officers who served in America at the reduction of Port Royal now Annapolis Royal and on other Commands, to complete their pay from Xmas 1712 to 13 Oct. 1713 or to the time they were placed on the Placentia Establishment 1,226 18 11½
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Roger Eliot's 5,667 7 10
Richard Manley, late Capt. in the Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. Joseph de Sarlandes's for horses mustered without riders in his Troop 14 4 8
Col. Samuel Gledhill, for moneys paid by him for subsistence of several Officers taken prisoners in France in 1708 and charged to their respective Regiments 46 19 5
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. Green's, Count Francis Nassau's and Earl Stanhope's 5,867 2
William Sloper, for money by him paid to the use of several Regiments and charged to the said Regiments 444 5 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Edward Jones's 2,928 16
John Williams, for pay due as Capt. in Brig. Humphrey Gore's late Regiment of Foot 508 13 7
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Nicholas Lepell's, Brig. Michael Richards's and Col. William Stanhope's 3,998 11 8
Hedger Cooper, for pay due to him as First Lieutenant in Brig. Bor's late Regiment of Marines 22 4 0
William Thompson, Ensign in Brig. Humphrey Gore's late Regiment of Foot 102 12
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Daniel Harvey's 9,176 1 1
George Watkins, as Major in the Regiment of Foot, late Sir Robert Rich's 103 19 3
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Thomas Pearce's 6,265 2
Hugh White, as Quarter Master in Col. Charles Churchill's late Regiment of Marines 35 12
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Robert Dalzell's 3,640 5
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's from 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective days of disbandment in 1713 1,732 16 10
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Seymour's 2,407 9
ditto, of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Wills's from 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective days of disbandment in 1713 and 1714 15,416 14
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Richard Franks's 4,121 7
James Baker, for money advanced for debts contracted at Taunton by Officers of Brig. Stanwix's Regiment and charged to the said Regiment 388 6 6
Simon Parry as Capt. in the late Regiment of Dragoons under the Marquis de Assa 80 10
Lieut. John Norman as Adjutant in the Expedition to Canada in 1711 35 12
Capt. John Phillips, for providing necessaries for Capt. Harcourt's Company in the Regiment, late the Earl of Portmore's 100 0 0
William Sloper, for money paid for the use of several Regiments and charged to them 256 4 0
to balance the account of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Sankey's 4,462 12 1
Thomas Bennett, for money due to him for making out the pretensions of several Regiments to the late Queen's Bounty 77 4 6
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Edmund Fielding's 2,427 12
ditto, of the Officers of the Earl of Galway's late Spanish Regiment of Foot and other persons 5,321 9 11½
ditto, of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Brig. Hunt Withers's 5,450 17
for the pay of the Commissioned and Staff Officers with the Troops in garrison in Annapolis Royal 5,162 6
Lieut. Col. David Ward to complete his pay as Major from 20 April 1707 to 1 Jan. 1713–14, the day he was broke 282 2 10¼
the Officers of eight Companies of Invalids for their pay from 9 June 1711, the date of their Commissions, to 25 March 1713 when they were disbanded 2,951 17
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. John Newton's 6,249 8 7
to 27 Lieutenants for their service in America from 25 Dec. 1712 to 13 Oct. 1713, on their disbandment 848 13
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Fuzileers late Lord Tyrawley's and Col. James O'Hara's 4,191 8
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Maj. Gen. John Pepper's 2,991 6
John Herrar, late sergeant in Capt. Desmaret's Troop in the late Regiment of French Dragoons, for an arrear of subsistence 60 16 9
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham's 3,512 9 6
Major Charles Williams to answer his claim in the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Wills's 496 1 11
Major Charles Davison, for his pay as Adjutant in the said Regiment 85 8 0
Benjamin Sweet, for money by him paid towards subsistence of Col. Clayton's late Regiment which has been charged thereto 330 8 0
John Wilson, for the like to Col. Pearce's late Regiment of Dragoons 1,000 0 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Toby Caulfield's and Col. David Creighton's 1,554 16
Lieut. John Rogers for pay due to him in the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's from 25 Dec. 1708 to the disbandment thereof in 1713 40 14 6
William Sloper, for money paid to Edward Turner for several Officers of Brig. Lepell's late Regiment of Dragoons, charged to that Regiment 40 0 0
the same, for ditto, for the subsistence of Col. Breton's late Regiment of Foot, duly charged to that Regiment 5,344 0 6
Capt. Harry Rodney, for money due to several Officers of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's, for men left out of the General Muster rolls in the late War 151 2 6
Thomas More, for money paid by the Duke of Chandos towards subsistence to Major Gen. Hill's late Regiment of Foot and charged to that Regiment 500 0 0
Col. Robert Gardner, for 33 days' pay of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Phineas Bowles's 1,243 12
David Barry, for officiating as Chaplain to Major Gen. Newton's and Major Gen. Pearce's Regiments, charged to the said Regiments 64 5 0
John Leaves, for money paid for the use of Col. Butler's and Lord Mountjoy's late Regiments, charged thereto 34 2 6
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. William Breton's and afterwards Col. Butler's 6,905 16
Messrs. Roig and Coloner, late Contractors for furnishing bread and forage to the Forces in Spain in 1707, 1708 and 1709, the which has been charged to the respective Regiments 320 0 7
Alexander Stevenson, for the value of small clothing for the Marquis of Montandre's Regiment, charged to that Regiment 122 0 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Gorges's 3,868 16 10
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late the Marquis of Montandre's 2,237 19 11¾
several Officers of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Strafford's for forage delivered and horses drafted from the said Regiment into Brig. Lepell's after 23 Dec. 1710 77 3 1
Alexander Stevenson, for cloths and accoutrements delivered for the use of several Regiments in Catolonia and charged to those Regiments 600 7
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Hill's 3,066 1 5
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Mark Kerr's 3,695 4
Robert Oakley, late a private man in Lieut. Gen. Wills's Marines, to balance his account to the day of his death in Oct. 1713 4 3 10
Joseph Blake, for the subsistence of a Serjeant and several private men taken prisoners by the French in Fort William on 23 Dec. 1708 to the respective time of their returns from imprisonment in 1712 and 1713 445 2 6
Henry Martin, for money by him advanced for the subsistence of several Officers of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Allnutt's, the Earl of Islay's and Col. Disney's, charged to that Regiment 679 0 0
the same for ditto of Lord Mark Kerr's late Regiment of Foot, which has been charged thereto 634 9 0
Major Gen. John Pepper, for the subsistence of two Troops of Dragoons late under his command, in trust for the several Officers of the said Regiment, from the time they were ordered to the Establishment of Ireland till they landed there 1,251 18 5
Thomas St. Leger de Bacalan, to complete his pay as Lieut. Col. of the Earl of Galway's late Regiment of Foot 263 4 7
Henry Martin for money by him advanced to several Officers of Brig. Bretton's and Col. Butler's late Regiment of Foot, and charged to that Regiment 659 11 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Strafford's 851 8
Thomas More, assignee of James, Duke of Chandos, for money paid by the said Duke towards the subsistence of several Regiments and charged to them 1,852 10
Alexander Stevenson, for cloths and accoutrements provided by him to several Regiments in Catolonia and charged to those Regiments 788 2 11½
Henry Smith, for ditto, delivered by the Marquis de Montandre to several Regiments and charged to those Regiments 417 13 0
Robert Innes, late Lieut. Col. of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Alnutt's, to complete his pay 21 0 7
Thomas Bennett, for making out the pretensions of several Regiments to the late Queen's Bounty of 40s. per man for recruits, charged to the resepctive Regiments 49 10 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Major General Edward Pearce's 11,122 5 10¼
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, late William Lord Viscount Mountjoy's 5,166 19
Capt. Thomas Fanshaw of Lieut. Gen. Holt's late Regiment of Marines, for an overcomputation made of a respit upon a muster roll in his Company 84 0 0
Capt. John Skyes of the same Regiment for a like error 29 5 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, formerly Brig. Thomas Stanwix's 2,080 10 6
ditto, of the Regiment of Foot, formerly Col. Thomas Alnutt's, the Earl of Islay's and afterwards Col. Disney's 2,572 6 2
Capt. William Burrough's for money advanced for subsistence to Lieut. Gen. Macartney's, late Sutton's, late Leigh's Regiment of Foot in 1705 97 0 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Count Francis Nassau's, afterwards Col. Constantine de Magny's 4,780 18
to several Officers of the Regiment of Marines late Lieut. Gen. Holt's to balance their accounts from 25 Dec. 1708 to the respective days of their disbandment in 1713 1,482 0
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Rochford's and afterwards Brig. Nicholas Lepell's 5,573 0
John Gerbet, as Captain in Col. John Cavalier's late Regiment of Foot, from 16 June 1707 the date of his Commission to 23 Dec. 1708 when he was reduced 140 9 1
James Ryland and Richard Spratt, two private men of Lieut. Gen. Holt's Regiment of Marines for subsistence due to them for their service therein 24 11 11
William Wharton, clerk, late Chaplain to the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Sybourgh's, for his pay 19 6 4
John Jones and Robert How, two private men of Lieut. Gen. Holt's Regiment of Marines for subsistence due to them 10 19 1
several Officers of Col. Charles Churchill's late Regiment of Marines for the supernumerary Non-Commissioned Officers and private men subsisted by them 25 March 1713 to the respective days of disbandment in Aug. and Sept. 1713 948 3 1
to complete the full pay of several Officers of Col. de Magny's late Regiment of Foot 3,922 5 7
to balance the accounts of the Regiment of Foot, late Sir James Wood's, late in the service of the States General, for so much due to the respective Officers of the said Regiment, their Executors etc. 44,753 18 11
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. James Douglas's, late in the service of the States General 5,492 2 1
ditto of the Regiment of Foot under Major Gen. George Hamilton, late in the service of the States General 14,168 2 0
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Blood's, afterwards Major Gen. Wightman's 1,389 9 10¼
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. William Southwell's, afterwards Col. Thomas Harrison's 1,884 18
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late under Lieut. Gen. William Stewart 4,958 12
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Bowles's 3,355 4 10½
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late the Earl of Portmore's 2,857 17
(total of the above 487,330l. 12s.d.)
sundry persons for money certified to be due to them:
Robert Lawson, to make good their deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of North British Fuziliers occasioned by a reduction in June 1713 and Oct. 1714
1,254 7
James Powell, ditto of Maj. Gen. Evans's late Regiment of Foot occasioned by a reduction in June 1713 305 2
Samuel Green, for arrears of off-reckonings due for clothing Sir Robert Rich's late Regiment of Foot and for the deficiency thereof caused by the disbanding the said Regiment 2,136 13
John Patterson, for the deficiencies of the off-reckonings of the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons occasioned by a reduction in the year 1713 867 17
Samuel Green, to satisfy a contract of 15 Sept. 1710 for clothing Brig. Humphrey Gore's Regiment of Foot 1,887 8
Henry Cornish, ditto of 9 Dec. 1710 for clothing Col. Charles De la Bouchetiere's late Regiment of Foot 682 3
William, Earl Cadogan, ditto of 6 March 1711–12 for clothing the Regiment of Horse late under his command 278 3
William Elliott, ditto of 7 July 1712 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Grant's 1,140 11
William Wilson, ditto of 6 April 1710 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Munden's 1,986 3 5
Samuel Green, ditto of 14 Feb. 1709–10 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Bowles's 1,452 1 10
Henry Cliffe, ditto of 24 Jan. 1711–12 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Butler's 987 1
Henry Emmett and John London, ditto of 1 April 1712 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Wynne's 463 14 1
Samuel Green, to make good the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Newton's, bearing date 26 March 1712 (sic) 181 18 4
Joseph Micklethwaite, for clothing furnished in 1711 for the Regiment of Dragoons, late Earl Stanhope's 1,146 3 10
James Dymond, to satisfy a contract of 20 Dec. 1705 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Dungannon's 2,359 14 11¼
the same, to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Edward Jones's, occasioned by the breaking thereof 21 Sept. 1712 501 11 3
Francis Sawle, ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Brig. Hunt Withers's, occasioned by the reduction thereof 7 Sept. 1712 1,125 16
John MacCullock, ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Vesey's, occasioned by the disbandment thereof 25 Aug. 1712 324 12 11¾
James Wills, to satisfy a Warrant of the Lords Justices of Ireland for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Nicholas Price's, for the deficiencies occasioned by its being transferred from the Irish to the English Establishment and disbanded 28 Jan. 1712 1,731 3 1
the same, ditto ditto the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Feilding's, for the deficiency on its like transfer and disbandment 7 Aug. 1712 1,600 2
Samuel Green, to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. William Newton's, occasioned by its disbandment 22 Aug. 1713 367 1 8
Col. John Selwyn, ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late under his command, reduced Oct. 1714 and March 1714–15 163 11
John Paterson, ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Ecklin's, reduced Oct. 1712 and May and June 1713 591 9
Samuel Green, ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Jasper Clayton's, disbanded 10 Sept. 1712 300 4
Major Gen. Wade, to make good a debt owing him from a deficiency in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Horse late under his command, reduced 24 June 1713 459 9
John Heylin, to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the King's Own Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons, reduced Oct. 1712 999 3 10¾
John Archer, to satisfy an assignment of 6 April 1710 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. George Wade's 1,684 2 7
Lieut. Col. Patrick Vans, ditto of 2 Feb. 1712–13 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Mark Kerr's 778 16 9
Thomas Hall, for making good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Strafford's occasioned by men lost out of the said Regiment and several reductions in August 1712 and June 1713 6,149 4
Lieut. Gen. Henry Lumley, to make good an assignment of 16 May 1714 of the off-reckonings for clothing the Regiment of Horse late under his command 881 5
John London, ditto of the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Horse, late the Marquis of Harwich's, reduced in 1713 294 17 10¾
Sir Charles Hotham, to make good the deficiency of an assignment of 17 April 1712 for clothing the Regiment of Foot late under his command 827 0 11¾
Francis Sawle, to make good an assignment of the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Charles Dubourgay's, dated 25 March 1712 339 7
Lieut. Col. Archer, ditto ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. George Wade's, dated 1 March, 1714–15 82 11 9
Richard McGwire, to make good a Warrant of the Lords Justices of Ireland for the deficiency of the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot late Brig. Heyman Rook's, transferred from the Irish to the English Establishment in Jan. 1710–11 and disbanded in Jan. 1712–13 452 11
Henry Cornish and John Heylin, towards satisfying two assignments for clothing the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Harvey's, dated 15 Feb. 1709–10 and 15 Jan. 1710–11 1,542 15
Col. Richard Phillips, to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot late under his command, reduced 10 Aug. 1713 71 3 7
Samuel Green, ditto ditto of Lieut. Gen. Farrington's Regiment of Foot disbanded 22 Feb. 1712–13 1,047 15
Charles, Lord Tyrawley, to make good an assignment of 6 Nov. 1707 for clothing the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers 967 7
Francis Sawle, ditto for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Molesworth's 207 1 10¾
Joseph Kane, to make good a Warrant of the Lords Justices of Ireland for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Slane's transferred from the Irish to the British Establishment and disbanded 28 Jan. 1712–13 1,136 19 11¾
the same, ditto for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. James Tyrrell's, transferred as above and disbanded 7 Aug. 1712 1,129 8
Col. de la Bouchetiere, to make good a contract of 9 Dec. 1710 for clothing the Regiment of Dragoons late under his command 427 7 6
Col. Francis Alexander, to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the Regiment of Foot late under his command, occasioned by its reduction 24 Aug. 1712 814 9 2
Lieut. Gen. Wills to make good a contract of 7 Aug. 1714 for clothing the Regiment of Marines under his command 846 6
Sir Robert Thornhill, surviving Executor of Robert, Lord Lucas, to make good a contract of 30 May 1704 for the off-reckonings of the Regiment formerly under his command 1,909 15
Lieut. Gen. John Richmond alias Webb to make good the deficiencies in the off-reckonings of the King's Own Regiment late under his command, occasioned by its reduction in June 1713 and October 1714 827 11 8
Maj. Gen. Wightman, ditto ditto in his Regiment, occasioned by its reduction in Aug. 1712 and May 1713 839 0 10½
William Wilson, to make good a contract of 4 Aug. 1714 for clothing the Regiment of Marines, late Lord Shannan's 1,156 16
William Churchill, to make good a contract of 12 Nov. 1712 for clothing Brig. Munden's late Regiment of Foot 924 6 10½
John Heylin, to make good an assignment of 15 Feb. 1709–10 for clothing and accoutrements for Lieut. Gen. Harvey's late Regiment of Horse 486 0 0
John Woodcroft, to make good a contract of 12 Feb. 1711, for clothing Brig. Gore's late Regiment of Foot 593 6
the same, ditto of 5 Feb. 1710–11 for clothing Col. Frank's late Regiment of Foot 666 2
Brig. Richard Waring, to make good a deficiency in the off-reckonings of the King's First Regiment of Carbiniers occasioned by a reduction in June 1713 342 11 10½
Thomas Rogers, to make good a contract for clothing and accoutrements for the Regiment of Horse late Thomas, Lord Viscount Windsor's occasioned by several reductions 125 0 0
Col. Daniel Addee, for clothing supplied the Regiment of French Dragoons, late Lieut. Col. de la Fabrique's 237 10 0
William Wilson, to make good a contract of 25 May 1713 for clothing the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's 407 8
John Gough, to make good an assignment of 15 March 1710 for clothing Brig. Stanwix's late Regiment 1,140 0 0
Sir Adolphus Oughton, to make good a deficiency in the off-reckonings of the Cold Stream Regiment of Foot occasioned by two reductions in the years 1712 and 1713 274 2
Samuel Green, to make good an assignment of 12 Nov. 1712 for additional clothing for Brig. Bowles's late Regiment of Foot 594 13 0
the same, to make good a contract of 15 Jan. 1711–12 for clothing Col. Richard Kane's late Regiment of Foot 1,284 9 11¼
the same, ditto of 7 Jan. 1711–12 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Thomas Harrison's 1,291 15 1
Col. Paul de Blosset, for clothing delivered in Spain to Lieut. Gen. Wade's Regiment 85 0 0
Thomas Moore, for the value of clothing by him delivered to the Regiments of Foot, late Brig. Bowles's and Brig. Dormer's 284 6 0
John Graham, to make good a contract of 15 April 1708 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Mountjoy's 583 15
Robert Peter, ditto of 15 Feb. 1709–10 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Lord North and Gray's 2,126 0 8
the same, ditto of 17 March 1711–12 for clothing the Regiment of Dragoons, late Brig. Lepell's 4,369 0
Samuel Green, ditto of 27 April 1710 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Thomas Harrison's 1,274 14 11¼
Lucy, Countess Dowager of Stanhope, ditto of 2 July 1712 for clothing the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Edward Stanhope's 1,125 5
James Colebrooke, to make good the deficiency of the off-reckonings upon an assignment of 25 Feb. 1711–12 for clothing Brig. Bor's Regiment of Marines, occasioned by the disbandment thereof 207 11 11
(total allowed in debentures to make good contracts and assignments for clothing the Army and for deficiencies in the off-reckonings 68,130l. 10s. 11½d.)
sundry General Officers and others to complete their full pay and their forage and mule money etc.:
Brig. Gen. Henry Grove
866 19 10
Brig. Gen. Richard Russell 271 1
James, Earl of Carnarvon, for the pay of Thomas Taylor, Provost Marshall in part of 164l. 10s.d. 27 5
Charlotte Burrows, for the pay of Maj. Gen. Elliott and his Aide de Camp 769 12 11¾
Charles Ross as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. Gen. of the Army 2,385 7
Henry Withers as ditto 587 3 4
Brig. Gen. Andrew Bisset 393 19
Brig. Gen. William Tatton 568 6 10½
Brig. Gen. Hans Hamilton 966 18 2
Brig. Gen. Thomas Panton 1,046 4
Francis Palmes, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 1,210 15 11¼
William Evans as ditto 453 12
Philip Honywood, as Brigadier General of the Army 168 13
Joseph Sabine, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 1,210 11
Richard Suttton, as Brigadier General of the Army 940 18
James, Earl of Carnarvon, for money paid to William Gill towards his pay as late Commissary in Flanders, in part of 4,262l. 16s. 9 9/28d. due to the said Earl 25 11 8
Thomas Meredith as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. General in the Army 1,042 10 11½
Cornelius Wood, as ditto 1,480 19
Charles Sibourg, as ditto 852 4
Richard, Lord Viscount Cobham, as ditto 2,147 18 4
Patrick Mead as Brigadier General of the Army 223 6
George Macartney, as Brigadier General and Lieut. General of the Army 444 16
Federick Hamilton, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 1,118 4 4
Daniel Harvey, as ditto 369 18
James, Earl of Carnarvon, for money paid to several Officers and charged to their respective accounts 327 2
George Kellum, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 627 14 10½
John Pepper, as ditto 1,134 7
Nicholas Sankey, as Major and Lieut. General of the Army 3,733 2
Henry Durell, as Brigadier General of the Army 22 10
John Conduit, as Secretary, Judge Advocate and Provost Marshal to the Forces in Portugal 240 1
Humphrey Gore, as Brigadier General of the Army 235 7 11
Robert Killegrew, as ditto 507 5 2
John Corbett, as ditto 658 8
Thomas Stanwix, as ditto 1,237 11 11
George Preston, as ditto 1,597 7
Anthony Davison de Moucal, as ditto 260 0
Peter Carle, as ditto 114 12
William Congreve, as Major of Brigade 146 16
Charles Wills, as Adjutant General, Brigadier and Major General of the Army 1,746 13
William, Earl Cadogan, as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. General of the Army 1,277 4 10¼
Robert Nappier, as Brigadier General of the Army 787 1 3
John Hogan, as ditto 260 1
John Shrimpton, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 246 2 9
the Lord North and Grey as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. General of the Army 411 15
George Skeene, as Major of Brigade 296 17
Thomas Whitney, as ditto 302 13
George Freake, as Brigadier General of the Army 409 19 5
Lord John Hay, as ditto 682 17 11¼
Richard Roberts, as Major of Brigade 282 1 6
Claudius Testefolle, as ditto 121 12
Charles Ross, for six months' pay as Lieut. General of the Army in Flanders in 1712 874 9 5
Gilbert Primrose, for ditto as Major General of the Army in 1712 509 19
George Kellum, for ditto as ditto 509 19
Henry Morrison, for ditto as Brigadier General 293 5
John Corbett, for ditto as ditto 293 5
Charles Sibourg, for ditto as ditto 293 5
William Evans, for ditto as Major General 509 19
Henry Withers, for ditto as Lieut. General of the Army 874 9 5
Col. Charles Stratton, for service as Quarter Master General of the Forces in Scotland, 1710 to 1712 536 3 0
Capt. James Campbell as Major of Brigade 149 2 0
Richard Ingoldsby as Major and Lieut. General of the Army 719 1 1
Richard Manning, as Major of Brigade 47 16
John Hill, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 1,962 8 10
Henry Morrison as Brigadier General of the Army 269 10
James Long, for his pay as Commissary General of the Musters 58 5
William, Earl Cadogan, for six months' pay as Lieut. General of the Army in 1712 874 9 5
James, Duke of Chandos, to reimburse him the moneys advanced for forage to the Earl of Stairs as Lieut. General of the Forces in Flanders and to General Lumley as General of the Horse there, which has been duly charged to their accounts 478 1
Robert Hunter, as Major of Brigade 158 11 4
George Grove, as ditto 201 15 4
Walter Pallister, as ditto 504 8 4
Streynsham Master, for his service as Deputy Muster Master of the Marines in Spain 1 Dec. 1707 to 18 July 1709 219 1 3
John Richmond, alias Webb, as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. General of the Army 963 14
Theodore Vesey, as Brigadier General of the Army 86 4
George, Earl of Orkney, as Brigadier, Major and Lieut. General of the Army 1,105 17
John Pradele, as Quarter Master General of the Forces in Portugal 126 8
Henry Lumley as Major, Lieut. General and General of the Horse 73 7
Joseph Wightman, as a General Officer in Scotland in 1712, 1713 and 1714 961 11
Richard, Lord Viscount Shannon, as Brigadier General, Lieut. General and Commander in Chief of an intended Expedition in 1710 518 12 6
Henry Lumley, as Major General, Lieut. General and General of the Horse 320 3 6
James, Earl of Barrymore, as Brigadier General, Major General and Lieut. General 1,271 7
Richard, Lord Viscount Shannon, for himself and his Aide de Camp as Lieut. General or Commander in Chief on an intended Expedition, 7 Nov. 1710 to 22 Dec. 1711 2,189 16
Lieut. Gen. Harvey as Brigadier General, 25 Dec. 1705 to 24 June 1706 258 12
Charles, Earl of Orrery, as Brigadier and Major General of the Army 856 8
Peter Delafontaine, as Major of Brigade 43 5 2
Capt. Francis Cavalry, as Aide de Camp in 1709 46 8 4
Richard, Earl of Rivers, as Lieut. General of the Army 1,200 13
John Beaver, as Commissary of the Musters to the Forces in Gibraltar 11 Dec. 1712 to 23 June 1713 92 7 1
Samuel Lynn, to reimburse him three months' pay advanced to a Deputy Muster Master of Marines, ordered on an Expedition but afterwards recalled 45 12 6
Thomas Wansell, Deputy Muster Master of Marines in an Expedition to Spain, 29 June 1709 to 2 June 1710 123 5 6
(total to complete the pay and forage and mule money to General Officers and others 57,861l. 12s. 2d.)
sundry Colonels and Captains to relieve them of the charge of a man's full pay per Company for widows in 1711 and 1712:
the Colonel etc. of Brig. Sutton's Regiment of Foot
175 15
ditto of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons of Ireland 273 16 3
the Captains of the Regiment of North British Fusiliers 175 15
the Colonel etc. of the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons 273 16 3
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Evans's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Sabine's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Horse, late Lieut. Gen. Wood's 304 4 9
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Primrose's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lord North and Gray's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Carbineers, late Col. Backwell's 304 4 9
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Durell's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Webb's 175 15
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. John Selwyn's 175 15
dittto of the Regiment of Horse, late the Marquis of Harwich 301 11
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Steare's 175 15
(total relief granted as above 3,215l. 9s.d.)
the Officers of several Regiments to make up the excess or difference of pay between the Establishments of Great Britain and that of Ireland:
the Officers of the Regiment of Horse, late Maj. Gen. Kellum's, for the difference of pay as above from the 24 June 1713 when they were put on the Irish Establishment, till their arrival in that Kingdom, 19 Aug. 1713
849 15 6
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Churchill's, for the like difference from 25 March 1713 to 9 Dec. 1713 the day of their arrival 1,407 2
ditto of the Regiment of North British Fuziliers for the like difference from 25 March 1715 to 3 July 1715, the day of their arrival 422 9
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Sabine's, for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 24 Aug. 1714 594 4
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late the Earl of Hyndford's, for the like difference, 25 Aug. 1712 to the respective days of arrival and for their transportation 428 6
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Sibourg's, for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 10 Sept. 1714 when they arrived 757 3
ditto of the Regiment of Horse, late the Marquis of Harwich's in part of 472l. 1s.d. for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to their arrival 19 Aug. 1713 203 16 1
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Col. Kerr's for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 20 Aug. 1713 615 16
ditto of the said Marquis of Harwich's Regiment to complete the said sum of 472l. 1s.d. 268 5
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Forfarr's, for the like difference, 25 June 1713 to 21 Aug. 1713 418 8
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Brig. Preston's, for the like difference, 25 June 1713 to 21 Aug. 1713 558 12 11¼
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Sir Harry Goring's for the like difference, 25 March 1713 to 6 Jan. 1713–14, the day of their arrival 1,962 18
Major General Evans for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 13 Sept. 1713 619 18
the Officers of the Regiment of Foot, late Lord Orkney's, for the like difference, 25 March 1715 to 26 April 1715 266 15 3
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Lieut. Gen. Webb's, for the like difference, 25 March 1715 until the respective days of arrival in Ireland 270 14
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Gen. Ross's, for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 21 Aug. 1713 713 19 6
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Grove's, for the like difference, 25 March 1715 to the several days of their landing in Ireland 114 13
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Col. Chadleigh's, for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 8 Sept. 1713 636 18 5
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Maj. Gen. Hill's, for the like difference, 25 June 1715 to 8 July 1715 454 8
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Primrose's, for the like difference, 24 June 1713 to 20 Aug. 1713 500 5 10½
ditto of the Regiment of Foot, late Major Gen. Whiteman's, for the like difference, 25 April 1714 to 17 June 1714 227 13
(total for the difference between the respective Establishments as above 12,292l. 8s.d.)
several persons for levy money due for Volunteers or impressed men raised during the War:
Col. George Burston for men raised in 1710 and 1711 for Gen. Wills's Regiment of Marines
564 0 0
Capt. Urian Brereton, of the same Regiment, for recruits for his own Company in 1705 96 0 0
the Officers of the Regiment of Marines, late Sir Harry Goring's, for recruits raised, over and above the levy money issued 1,352 0 0
ditto of ditto, late Lieut. Gen. Wills's, for ditto 1,906 7 0
ditto of ditto, late Brig. Bor's, for ditto 2,529 13 0
ditto of ditto, late Col. Churchill's, for an overcharge 62 10 0
ditto of ditto, late Col. Sanderson's and afterwards Lieut. Gen. Wills's for ditto 131 3 4
ditto of ditto, late Lord Viscount Shannon's, for new men raised, over and above the levy money issued 1,949 17 10
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, Lieut. Col. Green's, Count Nassau's and afterwards Earl Stanhope's, for horses on the first raising the Regiment in Spain in 1706 5,130 0 0
ditto of the Regiment of Marines, late Col. Churchill's for levy money for recruits over and above the levy money issued 811 17 6
ditto of ditto, late Lieut. Gen. Seymour's, for ditto 1,531 18 8
ditto of ditto, late Lieut. Gen. Holt's, for ditto 2,675 13 6
(total for levy money as above 18,741l. 0s. 10d.)
pay due to Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out of the General Muster Rolls during the War:
Lord Viscount Shannon for 28 men in his own and Capt. Masham's Company at Majorca, 25 Oct. 1706 to 24 June 1707
167 1 3
the Officers of the Marine Regiment, late Col. Luttrell's and afterwards Col. Churchill's, for gross off-reckonings (or ‘quarter-respits’) 25 Dec. 1703 to 24 June 1706 1,355 0 2
ditto of Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, for men left out of the Muster Rolls at Alicant 169 1 3
the same for gross off-reckonings 25 Dec. 1703 to 24 June 1706 1,064 13 3
ditto of the Regiment of Marines, late Brig. Bor's, for ditto, same time 1,362 14
John Curry for the pay of Capt. Shaftoe, as Captain in Col. Franks's late Regiment of Foot, 24 June 1710 to 23 Aug. 1711 201 15 3
several Captains of the Regiment of Marines, late Col. Lutrell's, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out of the Muster Rolls 320 11 3
Lieut. Col. de Sediere, of Lieut. Gen. Holt's late Regiment of Marines, for men of his Company ditto in 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707 and 1708 190 18 7
Capt. Henry Walker, of Lieut. Gen. Seymour's Regiment of Marines, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men ditto during the War 96 16 9
Lieut. Col. Sir John Webb of Lord Shannon's late Regiment of Marines for ditto ditto 16 6 4
the Double Officers of Lieut. Gen. Wills's late Regiment of Marines left out of the Muster Rolls although in actual service 277 11 10½
Lieut. John Freeman, a Double Officer in Lord Shannon's Marines ditto 113 0 9
several Captains of the Regiment of Marines, late Lieut. Gen. Wills's, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out during the late War 1,084 6
ditto of ditto, late Brig. Gen. Bor's, for men ditto 1,146 13 11¼
the Double Officers of the said Regiment, left out of the Muster Rolls although in actual service 852 16 3
several Officers of Lieut. Gen. Wills's late Regiment of Marines for men of their Companies at Majorca and Alicant in 1707 and 1708 402 18
several Double Officers of Lieut. Gen. Holt's late Regiment of Marines, left out although in actual service and duly Mustered 262 0 10½
Capt. John Broughton, of Lord Shannon's Marines, for men left out of the General Muster Rolls of his Company 19 19 8
several Officers of Brig. Bor's late Regiment of Marines, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out of the General Muster Rolls 73 9 7
Major John Laforey, for his pay as Second Lieut. in Lieut. Gen. Holt's Marines, left out 10 Feb. 1704–5 to 24 Dec. 1705 56 12 0
Major Rupert Oldenburg for pay due as Second Lieut. in Lieut. Gen. Holt's Marines, left out 1 Feb. 1706–7 to 22 Oct. 1707 46 19 9
several Captains of Lieut. Gen. Seymour's late Regiment of Marines, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out of the General Muster Rolls 141 0 5
several Officers of Lieut. Gen. Holt's late Regiment of Marines, for the gross off-reckonings 28 Dec. 1703 to 24 June 1706 488 13
several Captains of ditto, for Non-Commissioned Officers and private men left out of the General Muster Rolls during the War 1,057 17 11¾
Capt. Peter Leisles of ditto, for ditto 187 5
(total for Officers and others omitted from the General Muster Rolls as above 11,156l. 4s.d.)
several Officers who served abroad for their full pay from disbandment abroad to arrival in Great Britain:
Capt. Charles Hutchinson, late of Col. Maurice Nassau's Regiment, 14 Nov. 1712 to 29 Sept. 1713
34 10 8
the Officers of Brig. Vesey's late Regiment of Foot, 26 Aug. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival 1,934 10 11
David Bowen, late Chaplain to Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment of Foot, 14 Nov. 1712 to 24 Nov. 1713 52 14
the Officers of Col. James Butler's late Regiment of Foot, 25 Sept. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival 1,629 14 10
ditto of Col. Jones's late Regiment of Foot, 12 Jan. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival 871 13
ditto of Col. William Stanhope's Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of there arrival in 1712 and 1713 1,105 17 3
ditto of Lord Mark Kerr's late Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival in 1712 1,186 0
ditto of Col. Dubourgey's late Regiment, same time 1,181 10
ditto of Sir Robert Rich's late Regiment, same time 739 14
ditto of Col. Maurice Nassau's late Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival 728 17
ditto of Col. Molesworth's late Regiment, 11 Aug. 1713 to the respective days of their arrival 409 10
several Officers of Col. Jones's late Regiment, 12 January 1712–13 to the respective dates of their arrival 176 18
the Officers of Col. de la Bouchetiere's late Regiment of Dragoons, 8 Sept. 1712 to the respective dates of their arrival 2,143 15 10¾
ditto of the Regiment of Dragoons, late Brig. Withers, same time 1,670 6
several Officers of Lord Mark Kerr's late Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival in 1713 103 0 2
Capt. Joseph Davissein, late of Col. de la Bouchetiere's Dragoons, 8 Sept. 1712 to 22 April 1713 118 9 8
several Officers of Sir Robert Rich's late Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival in 1713 61 10
ditto of Col. Dubourgay's late Regiment, same time 220 13
the Officers of Major Gen. Elliot's late Regiment, 11 Aug. 1713 to the respective days of their arrival 294 17
several Officers of Col. William Stanhope's Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to the respective days of their arrival 75 13
ditto of Sir Robert Rich's Regiment, same time 45 5
Lieut. Robert Dunworth, of Col. Dubourgay's Regiment, 15 Nov. 1712 to 29 Sept. 1713, his arrival 26 17
Lieut. Henry Hodsall, of Brig. Munden's Regiment, 25 Dec. 1712 to 3 Feb. 1712–13, the time he was abroad after he was disbanded 4 5
(total to complete the pay of Officers from disbandment until arrival in Great Britain 14,816l. 10s.d.)
several Sea Chaplains and Surgeons of Ships officiating to the Marine Forces during their service at sea:
several Sea Chaplains for officiating as above
273 11
ditto and surgeons for ditto 510 18
several sea chaplains, for their like service 91 7
Hugh Loyd, chaplain to the Berwick 14 2 11
several sea chaplains, for their like service 121 5
ditto for ditto 86 5 11
ditto and surgeons of ships, for ditto 61 0 10
ditto and ditto for ditto 327 9
a sea chaplain and surgeon, for their like service 43 19
Thomas Butler, surgeon, for officiating on the Advice, Rupert and Launceston 18 5 1
several sea chaplains and surgeons, for their like service on several ships 138 7 3
ditto, for their like service 192 15
ditto, for their like service 682 0
ditto, for their like service 122 6
ditto, for their like service 327 10 6
(total to sea chaplains and surgeons of Ships as above 3,011l. 6s.d.)
several persons for charges and overcharges on several detachments for provisions received while in the Garrison of Annapolis:
Alexander Wilson for charges and expenses in paying fees and obtaining a Royal Warrant, etc.
244 16 6
the Officers of Brig. Bor's Regiment, for a charge made on them for provisions while in Garrison at Annapolis, 10 Aug. 1710 to 24 Aug. 1712 333 6
several Officers of Col. Churchill's Regiment, for a like charge on a detachment of his Regiment 322 15 3
ditto of Lieut. Gen. Wills's Regiment, for ditto 322 10 0
ditto of Lord Viscount Shannon's Regiment, for ditto 356 18 9
ditto of Sir Harry Goring's late Regiment, for ditto 478 16
ditto of Lieut. Gen. Holt's Regiment, for ditto 305 0 0
ditto of Major Gen. Hill's Regiment, for ditto 441 16
(total for charges for provisions at Annapolis 2,805l. 19s.d.)
debentures issued by this Accountant which were delivered over to him by Col. Thomas Moore late Paymaster General; for money due to Officers of Lord Orrery's, Brig. Stearne's, Lieut. Gen. Webb's, Brig. Hans Hamilton's, Lord Forfar's and Brig. Sutton's Regiments 316 0 10
679,677 17
salaries, incident charges and other allowances: to James, Duke of Chandos, Michaelmas 1717 to 4 June 1719, for himself, his clerks and office incidents, 2,468l.; to this Accomptant, ditto, 4 June 1719 to Ladyday 1726, 9,908l.; the same for charges in discovering the person who had altered several debentures in 1722, 75l.; and for himself and others for charges and expenses in adjusting accounts etc., 2,500l.; the Auditors of the Imprests, 1,000l.; Treasury and Exchequer fees, 511l. 15s. 16,462 15 0
allowance for debentures delivered over to the Auditor 57 16
total payments and allowances £696,198 8
and so this Accomptant is in Surplusage £3,146 16 33/16
Declared 21 February 1738–39.
Which said Surplusage of 3,146l. 16s. 33/16d. is by Treasury Warrant of 9 Oct. 1739 ordered to be paid to the Representative of the late Thomas Moore or his Assigns out of arrears of Land Taxes. (Sgd.) Ja. Thomas, Deputy to Wm. Aislabie, Esq., Audr.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: FORFEITED ESTATES: RECEIVER AND COLLECTOR.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 362, ROLL 20 [A.O.1/362/20].

Lewis Elstob, Receiver and Collector of the Rents, etc. of Forfeited Estates.

Mayday 1716 to Mayday 1718.

See Vol. XXXI of this Calendar, p. cdxvi.