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Declared Accounts: Army

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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

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GUARDS AND GARRISONS AND LAND FORCES.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 60, ROLL 66 [A.O. 1/60/66].

Henry, Earl of Lincoln, Receiver and Paymaster General.

25 December 1717 to 24 December 1718.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands, none, he being in surplusage nil
but depending on sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the last preceding Accompt 33,944 6
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 4 George I, in full of 185.002l. 4s. 1d. by General Writ of Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 12 Nov. 1717
79,401 1 11¼
the same term, in part of 750,000l. by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 24 Dec. 1717 382,509 6 11
Easter term, 4 and 5 George I, in further part of the same 340,878 0 11
Michaelmas term, 5 George I, in full of the same 26,612 12 2
the same term, in part of 750,000l. by the same Privy Seal and Royal Sign Manual of 13 Oct. 1718 369,044 8 11½
(total receipts as above 1,198,445l. 10s. 10¾d.)
Voluntary charge: money deducted from the Pay of the Forces for pensions to Officers' widows 13,242 4 11½
ditto from Col. Richard Phillips's Regiment, at Annapolis Royal and Placentia, towards reimbursing the charge of provisions sent from Great Britain 2,305 11 8
(total voluntary charge 15,547l. 16s.d.)
total charge and receipts £1,247,937 13
Discharge. £ s. d.
Surplusage on the preceding Accompt 40,339 9 10
pay and entertainment of the General and Staff Officers in Great Britain:
Henry, Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster General of the Forces, at 1l. per diem; year to 24 Dec. 1718
365 0 0
James Craggs, late Secretary to the Forces; same rate; 25 Dec. 1717 to 24 March 1717–18 90 0 0
Robert Pringle, Secretary to the Forces; same rate; 10 May 1718 to 24 Dec. 1718 229 0 0
Sir Philip Meadows and James Bruce, Comptrollers of the Army Accompts, at 750l. per an. each; year to 24 Dec. 1718 1,500 0 0
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of the Musters, at 22s. 6d. per diem, John Gumley, Deputy Commissary General, at 23s. per diem and six Deputy Commissaries (John Crawford, Gilbert Marshal, George Righton, John Franke, Richard Tempest Culliford and Gerard Andrews) at 10s. per diem each; Alexander Gordon, Deputy Commissary in North Britain, at 10s. per diem; John Durell, Deputy Commissary in Jersey, at 2s. 6d. per diem; and Thomas Smith, Deputy Commissary in Scilly, same rate; year to 24 Dec. 1718 2,177 16 8
Edward Hughes, Judge Advocate General, for himself at 15s. per diem and for a clerk and a Deputy in Jersey and Guernsey at 5s. per diem; same time 365 0 0
Medcalfe Grahme, Adjutant General, at 20s. per diem; same time 365 0 0
Col. John Armstrong, Quarter Master General; same rate; same time 365 0 0
Sir Samuel Garth, Physician General, at 10s. per diem; same time 182 10 0
Dr. George Smith, Chaplain General, at 6s. 8d. per diem; same time 121 13 4
Marmaduke Bealing, Secretary to the Comptrollers of Army Accompts, at 300l. per an.; same time 300 0 0
Adam Smith, Clerk to the Courts Martial in North Britain, at 7s. 6d. per diem; same time 136 17 6
Col. Thomas Lascells, Deputy Quarter Master General, at 10s. per diem; same time 182 10 0
Thomas Sydenham, Secretary to the General; same rate; same time 182 10 0
Col. Thomas Fazakerley, late Marshal to the Horse and Grenadier Guards, at 7s. per diem, to 11 Feb. 1717–18, and John Williamson, his successor, from 12 Feb. 1717–18 127 15 0
Hugh Warren, Surveyor of the Repairs at the Horse Guards, St. James's Park and Tilt Yard, at 2s. 6d. per diem; year to 24 Dec. 1718 45 12 6
Col. Jonas Watson, Fire Master to the Grenadiers, at 3s. per diem; same time 54 15 0
Charles Whiston, Messenger to the Secretary, at 30l. per an.; same time 30 0 0
Peter Large, Messenger to the Paymaster General; same rate; same time 30 0 0
Robert Mawgridge, Drum Major General; same rate; same time 30 0 0
Capt. John Fury, Provost Marshal General, at 5s. per diem; same time 91 5 0
Edward Hughes, for three men to attend him as Judge Advocate General at 1s. 6d. per diem each; same time 82 2 6
Thomas Murphy, Barrack Master at the Savoy, at 60l. per an.; same time 60 0 0
7,114 7 6
pay of the Regiments in Great Britain:
the First Troop of Horse Guards (John, Duke of Montagu); Officers, etc., and 156 private Gentlemen; year to 24 Dec. 1718
16,546 13 4
the Second Troop of Horse Guards (Algernon, Earl of Hertford); same establishment; same time 16,546 13 4
the Third Troop of Horse Guards (George, Lord Newburgh); same establishment; same time 16,546 13 4
the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards (John, Earl of Dundonald); same establishment; same time 16,546 13 4
the First Troop of Grenadier Guards (Col. John Fane); Officers, etc., and 145 private men; same time 10,743 3 4
the Second Troop of Grenadier Guards (George, Lord Forrester); same establishment; same time 10,743 3 4
the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (Charles, Marquis of Winchester); Officers, etc., and 243 effective men (with an allowance of 6l. 15s., i.e. 15s. a day per troop for widows, clothing lost by deserters, etc.); same time 25,644 5 10
the King's Own Regiment of Horse (Richard, Viscount Irwyn); Officers, etc., and 225 effective men (with an allowance of 6l. 15s. a day as above but abating 128l. 2s. for respits); same time 24,694 18 10
Maj. Gen. George Wade's Regiment of Horse; Officers, etc., and 150 effective men (with an allowance of 4l. 10s. a day as above but abating 20l. for respits); same time 16,855 3 4
Col. Thomas Pitt's Regiment of Horse; same establishment (with an allowance as above but abating 209l. 2s. for respits); same time 16,666 1 4
the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Richard, Viscount Cobham); Officers, etc., and 150 Dragoons (with an allowance of 8s. a day per troop as above); same time 11,226 15 10
the North British Royal Dragoons (Col. James Campbell); same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
the King's Own Regiment of Dragoons (George, Lord Carpenter); same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
John, Earl of Stair's Dragoons; same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
the Princess of Wales's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Col. William Kerr); same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
Maj. Gen. William Evans's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
Brig. Philip Honywood's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment (abating 164l. 2s. for respits); same time 11,062 13 10
Brig. Humphrey Gore's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; same time 11,226 15 10
Col. William Stanhope's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; 25 Dec. 1717 to 24 Oct. 1718 and (without muster rolls) 25 Oct. to 10 Nov. 1718 when they were reduced; more for the Commission and Staff Officers to 24 Nov. 1718 10,068 16 10
Col. James Tyrrel's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; 25 Dec. 1717 to 10 Nov. 1718 (when they were reduced) and for the Commission, etc., to 24 Nov. 1718 10,068 16 10
Col. Richard Molesworth's Regiment of Dragoons; reduced as above; same time 10,068 16 10
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment of Dragoons; reduced as above (abating 128l. 8s. and 5l. 12s. for respits); same time 9,934 16 10
Brig. Phineas Bowles's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; 24 Dec. 1717 to 10 Nov. 1718 9,873 8 6
Brig. Richard Munden's Regiment of Dragoons; same establishment; same time 9,873 8 6
the First Regiment of Foot Guards (the Duke of Marlborough); Officers, etc., and 1,372 private men (including 4s. 2d. a day per Company for widows, etc.); year to 24 Dec. 1718 44,508 14 2
the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (William, Earl of Cadogan); Officers, etc., and 882 private men (including 4s. 2d. a day per Company as above); same time 28,938 8 4
the Third Regiment of Foot Guards (John, Earl of Dunmore); same establishment; same time 28,938 8 4
the Princess of Wales's Regiment of Foot (Col. Piercy Kirke); Officers, etc., and 350 private men (including 4s. a day per Company as above); same time 10,502 17 6
Col. Henry Berkeley's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 10,502 17 6
Col. John Cholmley's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 10,502 17 6
Richard, Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; to 10 Nov. 1718 9,236 15 6
Col. Henry Harrison's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; year to 24 Dec. 1718 10,502 17 6
Brig. Henry Gore's Regiment of Foot; same establishment (abating 3l. for respits); same time 10,499 17 6
Col. Edward Montague's Regiment of Foot; same establishment (abating 14l. 9s. 4d. for respits); same time 10,488 8 2
Lieut. Gen. George Macartney's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 10,502 17 6
the Royal Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers (Maj. Gen. Joseph Sabine); same establishment (abating 4l. 10s. 8d. for respits); to 10 Nov. 1718 9,232 4 10
Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; year to 24 Dec. 1718 10,502 17 6
Brig. George Preston's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; to 10 Nov. 1718 9,236 15 6
Edward, Lord Hinchingbrook's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 9,236 15 6
Col. William Cosby's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; to 12 July 1718 when this Regiment was placed on the Minorca establishment; Brig. Thomas Stanwix's Regiment of Foot, from 13 July 1718 when his Regiment was placed on the English establishment 10,502 17 6
Col. Roger Handasyde's Regiment of Foot; same establishment (abating 69l. 19s. 4d. for respits); to 10 Nov. 1718 9,166 16 2
Col. William Egerton's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 9,236 15 6
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman's Regiment of Foot; same establishment (abating 44l. 9s. 8d. for respits); year to 24 Dec. 1718 10,458 7 10
Col. Jasper Clayton's Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 10,502 17 6
594,273 5 8
pay of the Garrisons:
Berwick Town and Castle (Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills and Lieut. Gen. George Macartney, successively Governors)
905 5 5
Blackness Castle (Lord William Hay, Governor) 664 19
Calshot Castle (Capt. William Knapton, Governor) 121 13 6
Carlisle (Charles, Earl of Carlisle, Governor) 346 15 0
Chester (Hugh, Earl of Cholmondeley, Governor) 456 5 0
Clifford's Fort (Algernon, Earl of Hertford, Governor) 682 6 7
the Cinque Ports (Lionel, Duke of Dorset, Lord Warden) 1,585 9 4
Dumbarton Castle (William, Earl of Glencairne, Governor) 664 19
Edinburgh Castle and Garrison (the Earl of Orkney, Governor) 1,769 2
Gravesend and Tilbury (George, Lord Newburg, Governor) 820 2 1
Guernsey (Col. Giles Spicer, Lieut. Governor) 413 13 4
Hull and the Blockhouse (Richard, Viscount Irwyn, Governor) 868 15 5
Hurst Castle (Sir Tristram Dillington, Governor) 273 15 0
Jersey (Capt. Robert Willson, Lieut. Governor) 401 10 0
Landguard Fort (Capt. Francis Hamon and Capt. Bacon, successively Governors) 346 15 0
St. Mawes (Hugh Boscawen, Captain or Keeper) 191 12 6
Pendennis Castle (Brig. Richard Munden, Governor) 412 18 0
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island (Maj. Gen. Charles Trelawney, Governor) 2,064 18 0
Portland Castle (Capt. Richard Percy, Governor) 130 15 8
Portsmouth (Lieut. Gen. Thomas Erle and Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, successively Governors) 1,334 2 11
South-Sea Castle (Maj. George Watkins, Deputy Governor) 91 5 0
Sheerness (Lieut. Gen. Henry Withers, Governor) 911 7 1
Scilly Islands (Sidney Godolphin, Governor) 365 0 0
Scarborough Castle (William Thompson, Governor) 52 9 4
Sterling Castle (John, Earl of Rothes, Governor) 1,613 19
the Tower of London (Charles, Earl of Carlisle, Constable and Chief Governor) 3,518 19 2
Upnor (Maj. John Webb, Governor) 584 0 0
Fort William (Sir Robert Pollock, Governor) 601 2
Windsor Castle and Garrison (Richard, Viscount Cobham) 1,328 8 9
North Yarmouth (Lieut. Col. Gerard Russell, Governor) 73 0 0
the Isle of Wight (including Sandowne Fort, Yarmouth Castle, Carisbrook Castle, Cowes Castle; William, Earl Cadogan, Governor) 1,750 1 11
St. James's Park (Capt. Jonas Watson, Master Gunner) 136 17 6
25,482 4 11¼
fire and candle for the several Garrisons, detailed 2,758 0 0
contingencies:
for sums expended in the Marches and quarters of the several Regiments (Brig. Richard Munden, for his Dragoons 31l. 18s. 1d.; Maj. Gen. William Evans, ditto 41l. 17s. 0d.; Sir Charles Hotham, ditto 45l. 15s. 8d.; Col. James Tyrrell, ditto 86l. 7s. 3d.; Richard, Viscount Cobham, ditto 39l. 0s. 2d.; Col. James Campbel, for the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons 51l. 16s.d.; George, Lord Carpenter, for the Kings Own Regiment of Dragoons 17l. 19s. 4d.; John, Earl of Stair, for his Regiment of Dragoons 60l. 12s. 11d.; Brig. Phineas Bowles, ditto 62l. 18s. 9d.; Brig. Philip Honywood, ditto 58l. 11s.d.; Col. Richard Molesworth, ditto 93l. 15s. 7d.; Col. William Kerr, for the Prince of Wales's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons 60l.; Col. Roger Handasyd, for his Regiment of Foot 111l. 1s. 10d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Sabine, for the Royal Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers 19l. 15s.; Capt. John Sutton, of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, for a Detachment of Foot Guards to Tilbury Fort and Sheerness 17l. 6s. 6d.; Edward, Lord Hinchinbrook, for his Regiment of Foot 275l. 18s. 1d. Col. William Egerton, ditto 164l.; Richard, Viscount Shannon, ditto 171l. 9s. 1d.; Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, ditto 126l. 12s. 6d.; Brig. George Preston, for a detachment of Maj. Gen. Wightman's Regiment at Inversnait and Maj. Gen. Wightman, for his Regiment 138l. 17s. 6d.; Col. John Arnott, for the Princess of Wales's Regiment, commanded by Col. Piercey Kirk 159l. 10s.d. Richard, Viscount Irwyn and Col. John Cholmley, successively Cols, of a Regiment of Foot 279l. 19s.d.; Lieut. Gen. William Seymour, for another 59l. 18s.; Col. Henry Harrison, ditto 208l. 4s.)
Lieut.-Col. Jonas Watson, for fusees for the Horse and Grenadier Guards and the Grenadier Companies of the Regiments of Foot Guards etc. 127l. 13s.; Sir Adolphus Oughton, for three haut-bois of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards 82l. 2s. 6d.; William, Earl of Cadogan, for clothing the three Drum Majors and the six haut-boys of that Regiment 344l. 9s.; Capt. John Parsons, Quartermaster to the said Regiment, for expenses and for repairing Guard houses etc. 79l. 11s. 10d.; William Scelton, for ferrying Guards at Fulham and Putney 24l. 15s. 5d.; Thomas Murphy, Marshal to the Foot Guards, for necessaries 471l. 17s. 11d.; Col. James Scott, Major of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, for compensation to farmers adjoining the King's Gardens at Kensington for damages due to the placing of ‘centinels’ along the Wall 50l.; Capt. Anthony Morgan, for necessaries for the camp in the Isle of Wight 112l. 14s. 10d.; John Sibbit, Storekeeper at Holy Island, for necessaries 23l. 4s. 8d.; Michael Hyde, Commissary General of Musters, for contingencies 45l. 12s. 6d., and for his extraordinary allowance 150l.; Richard Arnold, for repairs etc. at the Secretary at War's office 204l. 10s. 6d.; Edward Hughes, Judge Advocate General, for stationery ware, etc., and to Edward Burt, for ditto 130l. 14s.; Thomas Sydenham, Secretary to the General, for necessaries 27l. 19s. 6d.; Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 385l.
4,643 9 10
sundry extraordinary expenses, out of respits, detailed 2,848 9 10
(total for the Guards and Garrisons and Regimental Forces in Great Britain as above 637,119l. 17s.d.)
pay etc. of the Regiments and Garrisons in Minorca and Gibraltar:
the Forces in Minorca:
Col. James O'Hara, for the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers; Officers etc. and 452 private men (including the 4s. a day per Company for widows, etc.); 25 Sept. 1717 to 12 July 1718
7,131 13 4
Brig. Andrew Bisset, for his Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 452 private men (including the 4s. a day per Company as above); 13 July 1718 to 24 Dec. 1718 5,792 17 6
Brig. Thomas Stanwix, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 25 Dec. 1717 to 12 July 1718 7,021 13 4
Col. William Cosby, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 13 July 1718 to 24 Dec. 1718 5,792 17 6
Brig. Gen. Thomas Whetham, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 25 Dec. 1717 to 12 July 1718 7,021 13 4
Col. Charles Otwey, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 13 July 1718 to 24 Dec. 1718 5,792 17 6
Lieut. Gen. Nicholas Sankey, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 25 Dec. 1717 to 12 July 1718 7,021 13 4
Col. James Otwey, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; 13 July 1718 to 24 Dec. 1718 5,792 17 6
the Garrison of Minorca:
George, Lord Carpenter, Governor and Commander in Chief, 730l.; Col. Richard Kane, Lieut. Governor, 730l.; Thomas Maynard, Commissary General of Stores and Provivisions, 730l.; James Auchmuty, Chaplain to the Governor, 121l. 13s. 4d.; Henry Crofton, Secretary to the Governor, 182l. 10s.; Anthony Westcombe, Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters, 182l. 10s.; Richard White, Provost Marshal, 73l.; Juan Aledo, Signalman, 18l. 5s.; Major Joseph Sawle, Fort Major at Fort St. Anne, 91l. 5s.; William Campbel, Adjutant, 54l. 15s.; James Campbel, Surgeon, 91l. 5s.; Robert Napier, Surgeon's Mate, 17 Jan. 1717–18, 3l., and Daniel Cabroll, his successor, to 24 Dec. 1718, 42l. 12s. 6d.; George, Lord Forbes, Lieut. Governor of Fort St. Philip, to 17 Nov. 1718, 656l., and Brig. Lewis Petit, his successor, to 24 Dec. 1718, 74l.; Maj. Thomas Cochrane, Fort Major at Fort St. Philip, to 16 Sept. 1718, 66l. 10s. and Maj. John Vincent, his successor, to 24 Dec. 1718, 24l. 15s.; Alexander Campbel, Adjutant, 54l. 15s.; Capt. John Hay, Captain of the Ports, 91l. 5s.; Colin Campbell, Surgeon, 91l. 5s.; James Scott, Surgeon's Mate, 45l. 12s. 6d.
4,154 18 4
55,523 1 8
the Forces in Gibraltar:
Maj. Gen. Thomas Pearce, for his Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 375 private men (including the allowance of 4s. per day per Company as above); year to 24 Dec. 1718
11,877 14 2
Col. Stanhope Cotton, for his Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 11,877 14 2
Lieut. Gen. William Meredyth and Col. William Egerton successively, for another Regiment of Foot; same establishment; same time 11,877 14 2
the Garrison at Gibraltar:
David, Earl of Portmore, Governor, year to 24 Dec. 1718 730l.; Col. Stanhope Cotton, Lieut. Governor, same time 3652.; Thomas Medlicot, Commissary General of Stores and Provisions, same time 547l. 10s.; Alexander Chalmers, Chaplain to the Governor, same time 121l. 13s. 4d.; Alexander Urquhart, Secretary to the Governor, same time 182l. 10s.; John Beaver, Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters, same time 182l. 10s.; Mordecai Abbot, Town Major, same time 91l. 5s.; John Sidley, Town Adjutant, same time 54l. 15s.; James Penman, Surgeon Major, same time 182l. 10s.; James Urquhart and Thomas Collins, Surgeon's Mates, same time 182l. 10s.; John Gilfoyle, Provost Marshal, same time 73l.; Joseph Espinosa, Signalman, same time 18l. 5l.; John Worthington, Turnkey, same time 18l. 5s.
2,749 13 4
contingencies at Gibraltar:
John Canduit, for expenses of repairing a house and for losses on bills for money advanced in Nov. 1715 and at other times to buy bread; by Royal Sign Manual of 24 May 1722 grounded on Lord Portmore's Warrant of 20 July 1718
500 0 0
38,882 15 10
(total for Minorca and Gibraltar 94,405l. 17s. 6d.)
the Forces etc. serving in the Plantations:
the pay etc. of the Regiments, Independent Companies and Garrisons in the Leeward Islands, Annapolis Royal, Placentia, New York, Jamaica and Bermudas:
Col. Richard Lucas for his Regiment of Foot in the Leeward Islands; Officers etc. and 350 private men (including 1s. 4d. a day per Company for widows but abating 134l. 4s. for respits); year to 24 Dec. 1718
9,641 14 4
Col. Richard Philipps for his Regiment of Foot there; Officers etc. and 348 private soldiers (including the same allowance for widows); same time 9,830 13 4
the Garrisons at Annapolis Royal and Placentia:
Col. Richard Philipps, Governor of Annapolis Royal, year to 24 Dec. 1718, 1,000l.; John Dowcet, Lieut. Governor, same time 182l. 10s.; Cosby Phillips, Secretary to the Governor, same time 182l. 10s.; Francis Spelman, Fort Major, same time 73l.; John Harrison, Chaplain, same time 121l. 13s. 4d.; Peter Capon, Commissary of Stores and Provisions, same time 73l.; William Sheriff, Commissary of the Musters and Judge Advocate, same time 73l.; Martin Purcell, Lieut. Governor of Placentia, same time 182l. 10s.; Robert Ballendine, Fort Major or Adjutant, same time 73l.; Jacob Rice, Chaplain, same time 121l. 13s. 4d.; Benjamin Whichcot, Commissary of Stores and Provisions, same time 73l.; Charles Chernocke, Commissary of the Musters and Judge Advocate, same time 73l.; William Skeene, Surgeon, same time 54l. 15s.; (7s. 1d. short paid)
2,283 10 7
Col. Richard Philipps, for fire and candle 255 10 0
Brig. Robert Hunter, Commander of the four Independent Companies at New York; Officers etc. and 396 private men (including the 1s. 4d. a day per Company as above); same time 7,141 16 8
Alexander Stevenson, Agent to the two Independent Companies at Jamaica; Offices etc. and 198 private men (including the 1s. 4d. a day per Company as above); same time 3,576 3 6
Thomas Bennet, Agent to the Independent Company at Bermudas; Officers etc. and 49 soldiers (including the 1s. 4d. a day as above); same time 1,003 15 0
33,733 3 5
John Mulcaster, Agent to the Independent Company in the Isle of Providence, Officers etc. and 99 private men (including the 1s. 4d. a day as above) and 3s. a day for a Surgeon; same time 1,814 3 2
(total in the Plantations 35,547l. 6s. 1d.)
charge of victualling the Garrison at Gibraltar 15,339 12
half pay; to the Officers, unnamed, of the several reduced Regiments; by Regiments; by the Establishment of 11 Aug. 1718 85,995 18 4
to several Officers, named, until dead or provided for; by a list annexed to the preceding Establishment 336 8 6
to several Officers, named, by particular Warrants 207 12 10
to several Officers, named, by an Additional List under Royal Sign Manual of 30 Dec. 1718 1,455 1 4
to divers persons, named, (out of savings or over-plus of the 94,000l. appropriated for half-pay) for services, wounds, etc. 5,700 0 0
93,695 1 0
money applicable to the service of the Royal Hospital near Chelsea 25,000 0 0
total payments and allowances £941,447 5
and so remains £306,490 8 4
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested:
for money imprested in the year 1716:
the Duke of Argyll, for so much received from the Commissioners of Excise in Scotland, which has been repaid them
10,000 0 0
Capt. Alexander Urquhart, for contingencies at Gibraltar 749 8 6
Lieut. Gen. Wills, for money paid on bills of exchange 538 17 0
Brig. Lewis Petit, for service and expenses at Port Mahon 1,000 0 0
the same, for the Train of Artillery there 567 0 0
(total for money imprested in 1716 12,855l. 5s. 6d.)
ditto in the year 1717:
Col. John Moody, for the Garrison of Placentia
3,000 0 0
Brig. George Preston, on a bill of exchange, for contingent expenses in North Britain 200 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, for a like bill 100 0 0
the Earl of Sutherland, for raising a body of Militia in North Britain 2,000 0 0
Capt. Alexander Urquhart, for the Garrison of Gibraltar 999 18 11½
Col. Richard Kane, for contingencies of the Garrison of Minorca 2,997 4 2
George, Lord Forbes, for the like 1,336 18 4
John Mulcaster, for the four late Independent Companies at Annapolis Royal 2,031 11 0
the same, for the respited pay of four private men of the said Garrison 32 8 0
Richard Hampden, late Treasurer of the Navy, for provisions furnished at Annapolis Royal and Placentia 2,324 17 4
Theophilus Blyke, late Paymaster of the Pensions to Officers' Widows 6,066 2
(total in the year 1717 21,089l. 0s.d.)
and in the time of this Accompt:
George, Lord Forbes, for contingencies for the Garrison of Minorca to 24 June 1718
997 4 2
Col. Verney Lloyd, for ditto from 25 June 1718 245 17 2
Col. William Cosby, for ditto from 25 Aug. 1718 668 9 2
Stanhope Cotton, Lieut. Governor of Gibraltar, for contingencies for the Garrison at Gibraltar 271 4
Theophilus Blyke, deceased, and George Turbill, for pensions for Officers' Widows 13,242 4 11½
(total in the time of this Accompt 15,424l. 19s. 10d.)
49,369 5 11¼
and so the said Accomptant is Indebted £257,121 2
Auditor's Memorandum.—The Accomptant has attested the Regimental Accompts.
Declared 26 February 1725–26.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: CHELSEA HOSPITAL.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1469, ROLL 25 [A.O.1/1469/25].

Henry, Earl of Lincoln, late Paymaster of the Royal Hospital near Chelsea.

25 December 1717 to 24 December 1718.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last preceding Accompt 10,637 5 10¾
Receipts: money detained from the payments to the Forces for the usual deductions of poundage and one day's pay in a year:
for the deduction of 12d. in the 1l. from the pay of the standing Forces
38,312 8
for the deduction of one day's pay in a year 2,075 6
for the deduction of 6d. in the 1l. from the half pay to reduced Officers 2,199 17 6
(total for deductions 42,587l. 12s.d.)
money voted by Parliament for the support of the Royal Hospital 25,000 0 0
money received for the late Earl of Ranelagh's legacy 200 0 0
money received for rent of ground near the Hospital of Lady Katherine Jones (10l.) and of Sir Richard Gough (9l.) 19 0 0
£78,443 18
Discharge. £ s. d.
Salaries etc.; year to 24 Dec. 1718 (unless otherwise stated):
Brig. Thomas Stanwix, Governor
500 0 0
Col. Thomas Chudleigh, Lieut. Governor 200 0 0
Major Richard Bettesworth 150 0 0
Dr. Emanuel Longford, First Chaplain 100 0 0
Dr. Henry Bland, Second Chaplain 100 0 0
Dr. John Smart, Physician 100 0 0
James Frazier, Secretary and Register (quarter and 48 days to 11 May 1718) 30 10 4
Kingsmill Eyre, Acting Secretary and Register 20 0 0
Robert Man and Thomas Bowers, successively Deputy Treasurer 100 0 0
James Bret and Thomas Moore, successively Comptroller 50 0 0
Alexander English, Surgeon 73 0 0
Isaac Garnier, Apothecary 50 0 0
Clerk of the Works, Adjutant, Surgeon's Mate, Comptroller of the Coalyard and Wardrobe Keeper at 20l. each [as for the previous year] 100 0 0
master cook, master butler, master baker etc. detailed (including 6l. to Renatus Harris for repairing etc. the organ) 1,017 9 0
and to the several Military Officers and soldiers on the establishment of the Hospital for their allowances 1,264 12 5
3,855 11 9
payments for provisions etc. with names of supplies 7,795 10
Robert Atkins, for linen 158 13 0
Utresia Astley, for provisions for the infirmaries 14 13 2
Robert Burrel, for charcoal 38 10 0
Alexander Inglish, Surgeon, for provisions in surgery 197 3 1
Isaac Garnier, Apothecary, for provisions in physick 483 13 11
William Daye and Company, for clothing for the patrols, Michaelmas quarter 1718 23 8 0
sundry Invalids for their allowances whilst on ‘furlow’ 85 12 6
sundry tradesmen, named, for goods and wares 839 1
sundry artificers, ditto, for work and materials 978 2 3
several Officers for their additional allowances (Richard Braint, Steward; Joseph Stanwix, Solicitor; Kingsmill Eyre, Secretary; James Bret, Comptroller; Alexander Inglish, Surgeon; and Alexander Reid, Surgeon's Mate) 377 0 0
Jane Frame, for the pension of John Frame, her husband, he being detained by sickness from appearing at the late examination 35 14 0
Nicholas Crumpler, gardener, for trees provided for the gardens 24 2 6
John Darby, for supporting Thomas Springall, an informer against John Duke Crispe 13 12 6
Henry Parsons, contractor for beef and mutton, for losses by the great dearth and high price of provisions 600 0 0
Kingsmill Eyre, for disbursements 25 1 4
Alexander Inglish, for provisions for the Out-pensioners 33 11 10
Robert Mann, late Under-treasurer, for disbursements 33 5 0
Joice Parker, widow of Samuel Parker, whitster, for furniture left in the lodgings 11 16 8
Elizabeth Raby, for cleaning etc. 5 0 0
Gabriel Spender, porter, for his trouble in calling the Invalids at their examinations 4 0 0
(total for provisions etc. as above 11,777l. 11s. 5d.)
£ s. d.
Exchequer fees etc.
Exchequer fees
7,490 5
this Accomptant, for his own salary as Paymaster General of the Forces and for his under-officers and clerks and for incident charges etc. 5,656 1 8
more, as Treasurer of the Royal Hospital 365 0 0
more, for so much paid Thomas Bowers for paying the quarters of the Invalid Out-pensioners 36 10 0
James Craggs, late Secretary at War, for his own allowance, for his under-officers, and for his additional allowance; Ladyday quarter 1718. 613 15 0
Robert Pringle, succeeding Craggs from 10 May 1718, for the same 1,534 7 6
William Willis, Deputy Paymaster at Minorca and John Conduit, Deputy Paymaster at Gibraltar 1,095 0 0
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee 70 0 0
16,860 19
money paid out of the Earl of Ranelagh's legacy for the annual distribution on 29 May 1718 60 10 0
total payments and allowances £32,554 12 11¾
and so this Accomptant, as Paymaster of the Royal Hospital near Chelsea, is indebted £45,889 5
Auditor's Memorandum—The great balance above set out partly occasioned because no part of the payments to Out-pensioners could properly be allowed in this Accompt, by reason the Warrant for paying thereof extended to Midsummer 1719.
Declared 26 February 1725–6.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GIBRALTAR GARRISON.

AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1264, ROLL 171 [A.O.1/1264/171].

Charles, Earl of Portmore, as son and heir of David, Earl of Portmore, Governor and Commander in Chief at Gibraltar.

24 October 1714 to 24 December 1728.

See Vol. XXIX of this Calendar, p. cxxxiii.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GIBRALTAR: VICTUALLING ACCOUNT.

AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 183, ROLL 556 [A.O.1/183/556].

Thomas Missing, Contractor for Victualling the Garrison at Gibraltar.

1 June 1715 to 19 December 1725.

See Vol. XXX of this Calendar, p. cxlvi.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT SERVICE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2309, ROLL 24 [A.O.1/2309/24].

John Hill, Receiver and Paymaster of the Transport Service.

29 September 1717 to 3 January 1717–18.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the foot of the last preceding Accompt 1,852 13
and depending on sundry persons for money imprested 543 11 11
(total arrears 2,396l. 5s.d.)
Receipts: money received of sundry persons for the Transport Service and for old stores sold:
Col. Negus for transporting 27 of the King's horses to Rotterdam in July 1716 and ten more to Calais in Dec. 1716
127 7 4
the South Sea Company for two years' dividend on 104l. 15s. public stock to Xmas 1717 10 9 6
Thomas Westbrowne for stores sold 7 6 4
Mr. Hines of Harwich for decayed bread and other provisions sold 29 5 3
George Tyrel, Correspondent at Liverpool, being the balance of his accompt 49 8 10¼
Thomas Westbrowne for pilotage of two vessels from Ostend to Flushing 3 10 0
(total receipts 227l. 7s. 3d.)
total charge and receipts £2,623 12
Discharge.
Hire and freight of ships employed in the Transport Service: the Lovell (Mark Wright, master) hired to transport stores to Ireland, on accompt 200l.; the William and Robert (Henry Wright, master), burthen 257 tons, ditto, ditto 200l. 400 0 0
salaries:
Thomas Colby, Sole Commissioner, at 400l. per an., Midsummer 1717 to 16 Dec. 1717 after which his office ceased 186l. 11s. 6d.; John Hill, this Accomptant, at 500l. per an. for himself and clerk, half year to 25 Dec. 1717 when his office ceased 250l.; Peter Cranke, chief clerk, Midsummer 1717 to 16 Dec. 1717 69l. 19s. 3d.; Thomas Westbrowne, another clerk, 25 Dec. 1716 to 25 March 1717 12l. 10s.; William Warrington and Joseph Tigenhorn, clerks, Midsummer 1717 to 16 Dec. 1717 23l. 6s. 5d. and 20l. 15s. 1d. respectively; Richard Heath, storekeeper, Midsummer quarter 1716 and 24 June 1717 to 16 Dec. 1717 21l. 9s. 9d.; John Crooke, messenger, and Margaret Harrington, housekeeper, 24 June 1717 to 16 Dec. 1717 13l. 19s. 10d. and 9l. 6s. 6d. respectively; Samuel Richardson and Thomas Dearlove, watchmen, same time 19l. 11s.
627 9 5
contingent charges and disbursements:
William Thornburgh, for rent of the Transport Office 45l.; John Walker, for rent of storehouses at the Red House, Deptford 12l. 0s. 3d.; John Crooke, messenger, for postage and incidents 87l. 9s. 7d.; Jacob Hinde, for stationery 61l. 8s. 5d.; Thomas Woolhead, for candles 15l. 6s. 8d.; Thomas Guest, for smith's work 3l. 3s. 5d.; William Dartnoll, for carpenter's work 23l. 9s.; Hercules Smith, for plaisterer's work 7l. 10s.; Richard Wright and William Dartnoll, for taking down horse-stalls 5l. 8s.; Abraham Edrop, for lighterage 7l. 10s. 10d.; Richard Heath, for labourers' hire 119l. 17s. 2d.; John Skerron for trimming puncheons etc. and waterage 2l. 5s. 6d.; Roger Hines, for cask sold and trimmed etc. 12l. 19s. 7d.; Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee 26l. 6s.; this Accomptant, for fees on passing this Accompt 77l. 3s. 11d. and for the previous Accompt 108l. 0s. 6d.
614 18 10
paid by this Accomptant into the Exchequer 5 Aug. 6 George I for the balance of this Accompt 100 19
£1,743 7
and so remains £880 4 9
whereof depending for money imprested:
on the Accompt 8 July 1715 to 29 Sept. 1716:
John Field, Correspondent at Hull (charged and cleared in Sir Thomas Colby's Accompt)
5 7 6
Col. John Jones, Lieut. Governor of Hull (ditto) 72 12 2
on the Accompt for the year to Michaelmas 1716:
John Swadle, Correspondent at Whitehaven (ditto)
5 0 0
Thomas Coates, ditto (184l. 8s. 7d. and 117l. 8s.; ditto) 301 16 7
and within the time of this Accompt:
Thomas Coates, for so much paid on a, bill of exchange for the transportation of Forces from Whitehaven to Ireland (ditto)
240 0 0
the same on a like bill (ditto) 160 0 0
the same on a like bill (ditto) 68 19 9
the same on like bill (ditto) 6 8 9
John Crooke, Messenger, for money imprested to him for office contingencies (ditto) 20 0 0
£880 4 9
and so the Accomptant is even and Quit.
Declared 16 July 1720.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT: COMMISSIONER'S ACCOUNT: ARREARS, ETC.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2310, ROLL 25 [A.O.1/2310/25].

Sir Thomas Colby, bt., appointed as Commissioner to settle the Affairs of the Transport Office.

22 July 1715 to 17 December 1717.

See Vol. XXX of this Calendar, p. cli.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: PENSIONS TO OFFICERS WIDOWS.

AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 233, ROLL 812 [A.O.1/233/812].

George Turbill, Receiver and Paymaster of the King's Bounty to the Widows of Officers.

25 August 1718 to 24 August 1721.

Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first Accompt nil
Receipts: money received from John Merrill, late Receiver and Paymaster of the said Pensions 58 5
money received from the Paymasters General of the Forces:
from Henry, late Earl of Lincoln deceased
23,432 10
from Robert Walpole 12,314 1 0
from Charles, Lord Cornwallis 2,058 0 1
(total received from the Paymasters, 37,804l. 11s. 10½d.)
total charge and receipts £37,862 17 3
Discharge. £ s. d.
Pensions paid to widows (in one case, to children) of deceased Officers of the following Regiments, detailed, giving in each case the widow's full names, the rank of her late husband, the rate of pension and the period for which payment is made [the normal rates are: for a Colonel's widow 50l. per an.; for a Lieut. Col.'s widow 40l.; for a Major's widow 30l.; for a Captain's widow 26l.; for a Lieutenant's widow 20l.; for other Officers' widows (Cornets', Ensigns', Surgeons', Quartermasters', Chaplains') 16l.]
the Horse Guards (Holmes, Erskine, Turnbull, Snary, Bailey, Latton, Mywood, Logan, Dakens, Lloyd, Jones)
612 9 9
the Grenadier Guards (Lacon) 6 13 4
the Royal Horse (Compton, Holford, Lloyd, Taylor, Bond) 295 6 8
Lord Irwyn's Regiment (Bassett, Reddish, Ailiff, Linsey, Bartholomew, Stirrup, Lawes, Dodsworth, Ditch, Cull, Whitfield) 641 8 9
Lord Windsor's Regiment (Eyton, Carrington, Odiorne) 224 13 4
Col. Pitt's Regiment (Guy, Bridger, Maplesden) 186 0 0
General Wade's Regiment (Baldwyn) 6 13 4
the Royal Dragoons (Rossiter, Addison, Chatterton) 202 8 7
Lord Carpenter's Regiment (Smith, Waller, Fouquet, Barton) 246 0 0
Earl of Galway's Regiment (Bacalan) 120 0 0
the French Dragoons (Le Brune) 48 0 0
Col. Gually's Regiment (Brassard, Lucas) 139 7 8
Col. Desbordes's Regiment (Barton, Paul) 196 13 4
Earl of Portmore's Regiment (Junis, Parnham, Maidman, O'Brian) 222 13 4
Col. Blosset's Regiment (Sauvagie, Jemblaine, Dusand) 186 0 0
Col. Trepaud's Regiment (Ramsey) 66 0 2
Col. Stanhope's Regiment (Comyns, Vivian) 53 6 8
Col. Maguy's Regiment (Barcus) 48 0 0
Brigadier Lepel's Regiment (Sottwell, Lloyd) 59 17 10
Lieut. General Withers's Regiment (Carr) 48 0 0
Col. Mathews's Regiment (Richardson) 48 0 0
Col. La Fabreque's Regiment (Rigandie) 48 0 0
Col. Churchil's Regiment (Hooper) 60 0 0
the Foot Guards (Hamilton, Brushfield, Robinson, Wilkins, Shenton, Scot, Gorsuch, Miller, Whitmore, Bodenham, Pujolas, Ramsey, Pickering, Sandys, Oliphant, Atkins, Staggins, Bradie, Ogilvie, Docwra, Jordain, Smith, Campbel, Lewis, Philips, Gibbons, Ogilvie, Palmer, Leighton, Foulis, Price, Smallwood) 2,344 2
Col. Kirk's Regiment (Wainsborough, Westcomb, Hamilton, Bickerstaff, Collier, Sears, Frazier, Jackson, Adams) 587 12 8
Lieut. General Wills's Regiment (Chivers, Scot, Eyton, Leadman, Melvil, Pain, Preston, Reade, Beauford, Branch) 645 6 8
Lieut. General Seymour's Regiment (Bush, Bush, Tucker, Le Hule, De Sausure, Campbel, Holebrook, Beverley, Row, Nell, Sture) 652 0 0
Col. Montagu's Regiment (Kemys, Hill, Humble, Gilbert, Goodyer, Reade, Milburne, Phips, Little, Hume, Ducros, Walton, Doran) 816 1 6
Lord North and Grey's, now Col. Grove's Regiment (Cunningham, Middleton, Hellows, Nash, Raleigh, Forster, Peacock, Walker) 440 0 0
Lord Orrery's Regiment (Rowe, Munroe, Pattillo, Vandergracht, Plat, Baines) 408 0 0
Col. Phillips's Regiment (Blake, Ferm, Bigg, Paris, Liversey, Carr, Browne, Hume, Frazier, Harvey, Nuttal, Forrester, Buckton, Roane, Withers, Bartman, Keating, Oneil) 1,126 15 7
Col. Hamilton's Regiment (Douglas, Lamont, Gardiner, French, Armstrong, Jackson, Bailey) 412 19 6
Lord Hertford's Regiment (Tancred, Carr, Dickenson, St. Clair, Combs, Calder (four children), Beaty, Jackson) 474 0 0
Brigadier Stevens's Regiment (La Penoitier, Bruce, Laughlyn, Yarner, Lilly, Smith, Crooke, Rolleston, Berger) 678 0 0
Lieut.-General Evans's Regiment of Dragoons (Hawley, Cole, Phillips, Owen) 260 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Evans's Regiment of Foot (Jefferies, Newman, Lawes, Cheshire, Poole, Close) 344 13 4
Col. Leigh's Regiment (Pease, Trotter, Mullins) 169 6 8
Brigadier Francks's Regiment (Perry, Pick, Fletcher, Adams, Pope, Johnson) 367 13 1
Col. Kane's Regiment (Bridger, Lindsey, Forster, Shorter, Eastwood, Hancock, Pendergrass) 392 13 4
Col. Pendergrass's Regiment (Pendergrass) 150 0 0
Col. Alexander's now Col. Lucas's Regiment (Sewell, McQueen, Cook, Walsh, Holland, Lindon, Sullivan, Steward, Charlot) 501 6 8
Col. Wynn's Regiment (Cottingham, Jones, Gray) 168 0 0
Col. Stanhope's Regiment (Shalcross, Frith, Philpot, Drew, Plewet) 354 0 0
Sir Robert Rich's Regiment (Mundy, Hereford, Stirrup, Taylor, Gain) 366 0 0
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment (Thornicroft, Crepigny, Vernole, Bird, Hide) 366 0 0
Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment (Stewart, Campbell, Macleane, Paterson, Cleland, Mann, Grant) 422 13 4
Col. Butler's Regiment (Phillips, Buckmaster, Scot, Lewis) 264 0 0
Lieut. General Pearce's Regiment (Lower, Burroughs, Lloyd, Bickerstaff, Johnson, Old, Woolhouse, Seys, Banks, Parry, Lloyd) 649 6 8
Lieut. General Farrington's Regiment (Stratton, Bix, Bordeaux, Saint, Hargrave, Lewis) 340 0 0
Col. Newton's Regiment (Higginson, Dereham, Dutton Colt, Izod, Felto, Philips, Soane, Horne) 510 0 0
Col. Molesworth's Regiment (O'Brian, Taylor, Thornton, Harmood) 216 0 0
Brigadier Stanwix's Regiment (Barry, Blake, Sandys, Hayman, Sandford, Bath, Kettleby) 428 13 4
Brigadier Munden's Regiment (Stevens, Powel, Frankland, Smith) 258 0 0
Col. Clayton's Regiment (Darril, Dennis, Grimaudet, Thomas, Harrison, Gibson, Orfeur) 342 13 4
Col. Tyrrel's Regiment (Dormer, Brereton, Hamilton, Iredell) 256 0 0
Brigadier Dubourgay's Regiment (Delormes, D'Assa, Gomersheim, Douglas, Mondon) 342 0 0
Col. Collingwood's Regiment (Collingwood, Breteridge, Romien) 115 10 5
Col. Hasting's Regiment (Burk) 78 0 0
Earl of Barrymore's Regiment (Booth, Edwards, Clarke, Dunkins) 312 0 0
Lord Cutts's Regiment (Sutton) 78 0 0
Col. Pocock's Regiment (Jordain, Forster, Gordon, Sutherland, Hughes) 363 6 8
Major General Gore's Regiment (Palin, Weston) 120 0 0
Count Nassau's Regiment (Archer, Harwood, Williams, Clements) 232 13 4
Col. Lloyd's Regiment (Price) 48 0 0
Brigadier Price's Regiment (Lyon, Price, Arrowsmith, Whitehall) 222 13 4
the Hospital in Spain (Lynn) 48 0 0
the Hospital in Flanders (Willson) 90 0 0
Col. Cavalier's Regiment (Bastide, Rosset) 126 0 0
Col. Goodwyn's Regiment (Matram) 27 17 0
Col. Ogilvie's Regiment (Ogilvie) 150 0 0
Col. Cusac's Regiment (Cusac) 150 0 0
Col. Columbine's Regiment (Hinde) 48 0 0
Col. Cambon's Regiment (Gignouse) 78 0 0
Col. Mackay's Regiment (Maclalan) 78 0 0
Col. Fielding's Regiment (Cromwel) 90 0 0
the Garrison in Newfoundland (Walters, Adams) 54 13 4
the Independent Companies in New England (Corbet, Selwyn) 120 0 0
Invalids (Kane, Maidman, Green, Ruthen, Tweddal, Stapleton, Brocket, Griffith, Van hatchden, Welsh, Johnson, Draper, Leslie, Renton, Rawson, Whitfield, Henderson, Laoust, Holborn, Mckenzie, Winton, Devenish, Davis, St. Aubin, Lee, Hoyle, Gray, Cock, Elliston, Gordon, Lowthorpe, Mcqueen) 1,831 5
the Independent Companies (Gully, Rookwood, Hall, Ellis, Campbel) 308 13 4
General Holt's Regiment of Marines (Rodney, Morrison, Applin, Sixt, Dalleim, Batsworth, Busby, Pargiter, Elleger) 588 0 0
Lord Shannon's Regiment of Marines (Golphin, Hill, Haslam, Stinnet, Fergharson) 246 13 4
Lord Shannon's Regiment of Foot (Arnot, Lawrence, Maitland, Alexander, Randal, Kinnimouth) 26 1
General Elliot's Regiment (Phillips, Barker, Lloyd) 149 16 10½
General Rook's Regiment (Lavally, Hyet) 112 2 8
Lord Peterborough's Regiment (Green, Grayber, Abingdon) 178 13 4
Lord Slane's Regiment (Fitzmaurice, Pearce, Ould, Brown, Benge, Henderson, Blake, Dunbar, Sandys) 563 6 8
Lord Forrester's Regiment (Lathat) 20 0 0
General Whiteman's Regiment (Blood, Wollet, Tanfield, Kelly, Vandelieur, Evans, Denny, Rivalson, Hillileigh, Brown, Daniel) 693 0 1
General Stewart's, now Col. Charles Otway's, Regiment (Stewart, Bell, Campbell, White, Stewart, Sparkes, Traunter, Taylor, Buck, Russell, Teer, Bovirs) 787 9 2
General Gorges's, now Col. James Otway's Regiment (Hamilton, Dawson, Dale, Phillips, Rycant, Wallice, Billingsley, Baker, Boyle, Reynolds, Thornton, Hodgkinson, Mallory, Dealtry, Rawlins, Hamilton, Dingley, Hume) 915 14
General Wills's, now Brigadier Bisset's, Regiment (Cobham, Littleton, Dobson, Thomson, Burk, Hutchinson, Story) 276 11
Col. Oglethorpe's Regiment (Tredway) 90 0 0
Sir William Parson's Regiment (Isaac) 60 0 0
Col. Hales's Regiment (Smith) 11 0 4
Col. Grant's Regiment (Failfer) 60 0 0
Col. Chudleigh's Regiment (Kitson) 120 0 0
Col. Beaumont's Regiment (Russell) 48 0 0
Col. Buchanan's Regiment (Boid) 48 0 0
Col. O Farrel's Regiment (Griffith) 60 0 0
General Mordaunt's Regiment (Mordaunt, Brereton, Kinnersley) 208 13 4
General Meredith's Regiment (Bunbury, Parker, St. Claire, Doherty, Nisbet, Singleton) 315 18 3
Lord Strathnaver's Regiment (Rolls, Swintown, Alexander) 186 0 0
Duke of Bolton's Regiment (Porter) 78 0 0
Lord Lifford's Regiment (Pelissier) 78 0 0
Lord Charlemont's Regiment (Mabbit) 60 0 0
Lord Huntington's Regiment (Webb) 48 0 0
Col. How's Regiment (Phillips) 78 0 0
Col. Stringer's Regiment (Bonnivent) 11 15 3
Marquis of Carmarthen's Regiment (Hoskins) 78 0 0
the Train of Artillery (Collier, Carne, Loebeck) 231 5 4
Col. Wharton's Regiment (Rupert) 78 0 0
Brigadier Durel's Regiment (Durel) 150 0 0
Sir John Gibson's Regiment (Maiden) 60 0 0
Col. Wymar's Regiment (Durban) 60 0 0
Col. Duglas's Regiment (Ogilvie, Mcdonald) 100 0 0
Col. Wood's Regiment (Wishart) 78 0 0
Edinburgh Castle (Colt) 90 0 0
Col. Brewer's Regiment (Brewer, Seppens) 228 0 0
Col. Monroe's Regiment (Monroe) 150 0 0
Major General Whetham's Regiment (Kerr) 53 6 8
Col. Cosby's Regiment (Cherry, Montford) 66 13 4
Col. Windress's Regiment (Kent, Carthy, Buckridge, Byron, Brown, Annesley, Wood, Cornwal, Crofton, Bird) 96 9 11¼
Col. Egerton's Regiment (Musgrave, Whitaker, Braithwaite, Denny, Barton, Forster, Lister, Baynes, Louther, Eyre, Boudet, Bickford) 625 3 11½
General Sabine's Regiment (Eyme, Jenkins, Carrick, Rowlands, Bates, Harling, Richardson, Weldon, Frazier, Ogilvie) 521 13 1
Col. Preston's Regiment (Cranstoun, Brothwick, Douglas, Bernard, Dickson, Drummond, Stevenson, Haye, Bernard) 47 8
Col. Handaysyd's Regiment (Combes, Odgers, Handasyd, Jellet, Potts) 18 16 1
widows placed on the Establishments by particular Warrants (Car, Boyle, Palmer, Adkinson, Sherrard, Cathcart, Kynard) 756 0 0
Col. Cholmley's Regiment (Fothergill, Gaynes) 58 13 4
the Garrison of Portsmouth (Prosser) 32 0 0
Col. Cotton's Regiment (Bowes) 53 6 8
Col. Harrison's Regiment (De L'Angle) 7 9 4
the Garrison at New York (Mathews, Ingoldsby, Penhorne) 96 0 0
Col. Huffel's Regiment (Bermickhuysen) 26 13 4
Col. Godfrey's Regiment (Gordon) 21 6 8
Col. Babington's Regiment (Babington) 16 13 4
Earl of Stair's Regiment (Montgomery) 5 6 8
34,515 5
money paid to sundry widows as of the King's Bounty in consideration of the long and faithful service of their respective husbands:
Lady Sarah Compton
50 0 0
Jane Flotard 40 0 0
Mary Lloyd 38 0 0
Rebecca Lee 35 0 0
Elizabeth Ogilvie, Anne Hert and Rachel Spurrel, each 30l. 90 0 0
Lady Mary Gerrard, Anne Harris, Mary Cochran, Frances Devoy, Janet Browne, Mary Young, Susanna Blunt and Margaret Eustace, each 22l. 176 0 0
Elizabeth Cheshire, Mary Maxwell, Anne Mullins, Alice Roberts, Ellen Walsh, Jane Foulis, Elizabeth Fothergill, Anne Abercrombie, each 20l. 160 0 0
Susanna Mathews, Charlot Hesketh, Anne Pastres, Susanna Henley, Jane Fenwick, Cath[erine] Petty, Anne Whitehall, Mary Miller and Mary Harling, each 18l. 162 0 0
Bridget Kettleby, Christiana Greenwood, Margaret Maggay, Anne Oddy and Jane Haynes, each 16l. 80 0 0
831 0 0
money detained by the Accountant for his expenses, care and pains in executing his Office (12d. per 1l. paid out by him) 1,767 6 3
money paid for fees and expenses in passing this Account 247 10 0
total payments and allowances £37,361 1
and so the Accountant is indebted £501 15
Examined by Auditor Foley [no Declaration].