Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 5, 1676-1679. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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|Entry Book Of Signed Warrants. (fn. 1)|
|Date.||Nature and Substance of the Entry.||Reference.|
|1676-7. March 16.||
Mris. Bott, warrant for particular.
Lord Viscount Hereford, creation money : blank.
Mr. James Davis, fee of Wardrobe Keeper of Windsor : blank.
Lord Berkley's extraordinary 1,889l. 12s. 0d.
Sir Leolyn Jenkins 1,300l. for three months' entertainment.
Dover Castle, etc., warrant 2,831l. 1s. 11d. for arrear and 2,137l. 6s. 0d. to Michaelmas, 1676.
Sir Robt. Vinor, warrant for 36,106l. 9s. 0d. for interest, etc.
Child and Bowles' account.
Earl of Bath's account.
Edw. Master's account.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 1.|
|March 19.||Lord Latimer.||Ibid.|
Lord Inchequin : to draw order for 883l. 8s. 2d.
Mr. Polsted's warrant.
Sir Allen Apsley.
Mr. Northcote's discharge.
Mr. Agborowe, Pricker of the Stilyard.
Treasurer of the Chamber 7,500l. for a quarter.
Sir Tymothy Turnor : 62l. to the executors.
Mr. Jackson 40l. seized.
Mrs. Mary Boynton : blank.
Mrs. Jane Berkley 50l. for one quarter.
Edw. Glynne 30l. one half quarter for Jolly [the] Harborer.
Sir John Clayton, stay of process.
Thom. Landry, warrant for particulars.
Sir Henry Coker, stay of process.
Mr. Brown's particular and warrant for a lease.
Mr. Brisbane to draw orders for 364l. for three months' entertainment, and 50l. for ½ year for a clerk.
Mr. Robin's particular and warrant thereon.
Mr. Lawrence Hyde's three accounts.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 2.|
|1677. March 26.||
Mr. Smyth to be Receiver of Somerset and Dorset.
Mr. Colwall's fiat.
Mr. Cofferer's warrant for 924l. 2s. 7d. for interest : my Lord Latimer : the account thereof signed.
Mr. Boon for payment of his order on the subsidy.
Mr. Secretary Coventry : 3,000l. : secret service.
Sir Alex. Frazier, 2 docquets.
Cooke, Onby, etc., 1 docquet.
Herbert, 1 docquet.
Sir Leolyn Jenkin's order underwrit on hearthmoney.
Mr. Stanhope to draw orders for 1,000l.
Peter D'Avaux, picture drawer in miniature, 50l. for half a year's pension.
Mr. Adderley, stop of process.
Mrs. Carlisle : blank.
Mr. Bridgman's goods.
Mr. Felton and Mr. Chiffinch, Masters of the Hawks.
|Ibid, p. 3.|
Sir Robt. Cotton, warrant ; discharge of a Baronet fee.
Mr. Noell for Lindhurst : King's warrant.
Mr. Emmett, bricklayer : King's warrant.
Mr. Mitton for Mr. Warner's bond : King's warrant.
Mr. Ellesdon : King's warrant.
Mr. Strod and Mr. Agar : blank.
Sir Tymothy Tirrell 50l. for half year's payment at Ladyday last.
Mr. Manwaring, discharge.
Privy Purse : 5,000l. upon seizures.
Sir Wm. Haward's fee farms.
|Monday, April 2.||
Mr. Mitton's docquet.
Lord Berkley's extraordinaries 1,889l. 12s. 0d. underwrit on Hearthmoney Sept. next.
Mr. Henshaw : blank.
Mris. Ince, etc., for the Greyhound Inn, in Newmarket.
Mr. Perenant : blank : King's warrant.
Countess of Bristol 500l., King's warrant.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 4.|
Lord Privy Seal, 1 docquet.
Mr. Emmet, 2 docquets.
Rich. Story, waiter at Carlisle.
Mr. Pigott to unlade mats.
Earl of Carlisle 125l. ½ quarter.
Discharge of Tredue &c. [as] security of Docton.
Sir Robt. Viner, particular account.
Alderman Backwell, Mr. Whitehall, Mr. Welsted, Mr. Portman, Mr. Snow, Mr. Horneby, Mr. Turnor, Mr. Snell, Mr. Rowe, Mr. Collier and Pardoe, Mr. Lindsay : bankers' accounts cast up and declared to 1st January, 1677.
Mr. Chudleigh, order for 366l. underwrit on Hearthmoney.
Mr. Serjeant Knight : blank.
Earl of Strafford creation money : blank.
Mr. Warner, Master of the Barges, for his fee : blank.
Sir Robt. Viner, pension : blank.
The King's cases : 8.
Discharging a seizure of some things of the Spanish Envoy.
Sir Robt. Jenkinson's things.
Countess of Penalva : goods.
Sir John Howell's docquet.
Mr. Mosman for 10l. paid by a dearstealer.
|Ibid, pp. 4-5.|
Mr. Vincent's accompt of the Law duty.
3 King's letters to Jamaica to Lord Vaughan about the product of the negroes taken by Capt. Gallop.
|Ibid, p. 5.|
The Navy orders.
Sir Thom. Maleverer's goods.
Morice and Cleyton : warrant to Sir Cha. Harbord for particular.
Sir Robt. Viner : to draw order for 43,115l. 2s. 7d. and 3,300l. and 460l. : King's warrant.
Capt. Bulkeley 300l. : Holder's fine : King's warrant.
Sir Fra. Willughby's discharge of a Baronet fee : King's warrant.
Mr. Segar's warrant : blank.
Mr. Pepys for Lord Inchiquin, order for 883l. 8s. 2d. underwrit on Hearthmoney.
Countess of Newburgh : [in] full.
Lord Lucas : blank.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 5.|
Letters to the Justices about tobacco.
Warrant for 100l. upon the fee of the Customer of Barnstable ; which is to be part of 200l. offered by Tredue and Hooper to be discharged.
|Ibid, p. 6.|
Mris. Inze : order underwrit on Hearthmoney [due]
The Cofferer's order for 924l. 2s. 7d. underwrit on Excise.
Mr. Sayer's reference.
Mr. Perenant : 1 docquet.
The warrant touching the town of Southampton.
Mr. Long 60l.
Warrant to deliver Mr. Warner's bond.
Lady Bristol : 500l.
Henry Foreman, brewer : petition referred to the Excise Commissioners.
Monsieur Sesac's plate.
Monsieur Crequi's goods.
|Ibid, p. 7.|
Bulkeley grant of Helder's fine : docquet.
Sir Jno. Bendish, etc., Law duty : King's warrant.
Lady Dallison King's and Treasury Lords' warrant for 50l.
Earl of Berks : creation money.
Marquess of Dorchester : creation money.
Mr. Welsted account [struck through].
To enstall Mr. Pretiman's debt : King's warrant.
Queen Mother's arrears : King's warrant.
[King's warrants for the] bankers, viz., Backwell, Whitehall, Hornby, Portman, Welsted, Rowe, Snowe, Turnor, Snell, Collior, Sir Ro. Viner, Lindsay for Colvile.
Navy, for 35,000l. by tally on the Excise.
Alderman Backwell for a year's interest of 11,663l. 4s. 9d.
Sir Robt. Viner 5,883l. 3s. 6d. for two years' interest of 46,875l. 2s. 7d.
Warrant to discharge Mr. Northcote's interest of 12l. per cent.
Earl of Lindsey [et al. Gentlemen of the Bedchamber, Grooms of Bedchamber, Maids of Honour and Queen's Dresser as on p. 604 supra].
Mrs. Isabella Boynton.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, pp. 7-8.|
Sir Robt. Viner's account.
Mr. Serjeant Bishop : attending the House of Commons.
Tho. Ravenscroft, keeper of the Council Chamber.
Mr. Gregory 15l.
Thom. Sandys, Esq., Page of Honour to the Queen.
Mr. Cary, ditto.
Mr. Sayers, ditto.
Sir Robt. Viner, 2 docquets.
Alderman Backwell, 2 docquets.
Gilbert Whitehall, 2 docquets.
Joseph Horneby 2 docquets.
Spanish Ambassador's goods.
Sir Edw. Bish.
Mr. Lound's warrant.
Law Duty farmers, 2 docquets.
|Ibid, p. 9.|
|April 25.||Sir Edm. Jenning's bill as sheriff.||Ibid.|
|April 26.||Sir Robt. Viner's warrant for orders.||Ibid, p. 10.|
|April 30.||Mr. Tooker's reference.||Ibid.|
Sir Robt. Clayton's warrant to Sir Cha. Harbord for
Mr. Langley's security to be taken.
Docquets severally for Mr. Tomkins, Mr. May, Mr. King, Mr. Collier, Mr. Lindsey, Mr. Snell, Mr. Turnor, Mr. Portman, Mr. Rowe, Mr. Welsted, Mr. Snow.
Mr. Bertie, 1 docquet.
Mr. Goodwyn's security.
Sir Tho. Chicheley — of his fee of 175l. 18s. 4d. per an.
Mr. Carpenter to be Deputy to Fra. Dackett, King's waiter.
Eight blank warrant for Receivers' securities.
Sir Henry Morgan's entertainment.
Col. Bretridge and Mris. Willoughby.
Sir Martin Wescomb's order underwrit on Hearthmoney.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 10.|
|May 4.||10 Commissions for Receivers.||Ibid, p. 11.|
My Lord Berkeley order for 1,300l. underwrit on
Mr. Newsham : for his security.
Col. Stapylton's order of 700l. underwrit on Hearthmoney : ditto for 4,556l. 14s. 0d. on ditto.
Warrant for Mr. Whitley security as Receiver of his
Mr. Porter, Page of Honour.
Mr. Staggins, Master of Music, Rich. Dorney, Mr. Pursell, Mr. Beckett, Mr. Cruys, Mr. Hopper, Mr. Evans, Mr. Lock, Mr. Hawes, Mr. Harding, Monsieur Robert, Mr. Lanier, Mr. Hooton, Mr. Clements, Mr. Fitz, Mr. Gamball, Mr. Palgrave, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Mason, Mr. Marsh, Isaac Staggins Nath. Watkins, Mr. Blow, Mr. Goodgroome, Mr. Gregory, Mr. Cleyton, Mr. Coleman, Mr. Turnor, Mr. Lilly, Mr. Strong, Mr. Banister, Mr. Bates, Mr. Flower, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Blagrave.
Mr. Tho. Windham.
Mrs. Winifred Windham.
Capt. Buckley for Helder's fine : per tally.
Tangier : warrant for goods to be shipped.
Mr. Worth, Page of Honour.
Sir Fra. Willoughby, discharge of Baronet fee.
Earl of Bridgwater, creation money.
Ditto as Viscount Brackley.
Patent officers of the Out Ports.
Mr. Duncombe security as Receiver of Bedfordshire to be taken.
Mris. Bott's particular for a lease.
|Ibid, pp. 11-12.|
|May 11.||Warrant for taking Mr. Davy's security : ditto Mr. Harrington's security : ditto Mr. Woodcock's security : ditto Mr. Norrington's security : 5 commissions.||Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 12.|
Mr. Long's warrant to change the lives in the office
of head searcher : King's warrant.
Duke of Ormond : King's letter.
Capt. Willis : free gift : King's warrant.
Rowland Oakley to be landwaiter.
Mrs. Carter 50l. one quarter.
Warrant for liveries for one Trumpet and two Kettle drums.
Sandford, 1 docquet.
|Ibid, p. 13.|
Sir Robert Viner's order of 1,400l. underwrit on Law
Hill to be surveyor at Bridgwater.
Colby and Hall, two of the Queen's Grooms : Robinson and Lowe, two other grooms.
Mr. Hyde's order of 2,500l., whereof 1,750l. remained unsatisfied, underwritten on the Customs for said 1,750l.
R. Leake to be coalwaiter at Newcastle.
Guernsey : warrant for shipping out goods for provision of that Island.
John Tyler to have a commission to seize prohibited goods.
Elias Scot to be waiter at Wooller.
Cowland, tidesman at Lynn.
Geo. Cruft, tidesman at Poole.
Edw. Teare, 20l.
Warrant to take Mr. Jennyson's security [as Receiver] for Nottingham : ditto Col. Rooke for Kent : ditto Capt. Cooke for Surrey ditto Mr. Bridges for Norfolk.
Lady Kinnoul : blank.
Mr. Cradock to be landwaiter, loco Mr. Walmesley.
Walter Hill to be waiter, searcher and surveyor at Bridlington.
Two blanks for Receivers' securities.
Two blank commissions for Receivers.
Mr. Kennidy's warrant for 100l.
Five blank Receivers' warrants.
Four commission[s for said Receivers].
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 14.|
Earl of Plymouth for 4,000l. per an. from Lady day.
1677 : King's warrant.
Extraordinaries of the Works : King's warrant.
Charles Shoare to be boatman at Hull.
Collector of Southwold.
Pollard to be tidesman at Weymouth.
Col. Buller's petition referred to Sir Cha. Harbord.
Peter Lely : blank.
Fellows, etc., of Emanuel College : blank.
Sir Fra. Compton per Mr. Gregg 22l. 7s. 2d.
Sir Wm. Swan's horses.
Two blanks for Receivers' securities : 2 blank commissions.
Mr. Kent's 2 docquets.
Capt. Wetwang, 2 [docquets].
Master of the Wardrobe, 1 [docquet].
Earl of Lindsay and his wife 1,000l. per an. : King's warrant.
Mr. Gregory 1,000l. out of decayed stores : King's warrant.
Countess of Bristol 1,000l. per an. out of First Fruits : King's warrant.
Mr. Canham to be Receiver of the Law duty by Privy
Seal, 3l. 10s. [paid as fee for said privy seal in the
Books, beads, etc., to be delivered to the bishop of London.
Mr. Gregory, 1 docquet.
Mr. Ellesdon, 2 docquets.
Mris. Thomas, 2 docquets.
Pictures, etc., for the King : per William Chiffinch.
A letter to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland approved and certified by my Lord [Danby].
Mr. Hartopp's security for Leicestershire to be taken.
Mr. Shales : stop of process.
Mr. Lebas, 2 [docquets].
Sir Tymothy Turnor, 62l. 0s. 3d.
Receiver's commission signed to Wm. Christian but to be altered.
|Ibid, p. 15.|
Mris. Bolton : blank.
Elton, Witherden and Change, three Grooms of the Queen's.
Lord Geo. Berkley as Keeper of Nonsuch Park.
Drums and fife : blank.
8 blank warrants to take Receivers' securities.
Lord Lindsay, 2 docquets.
Sir Walter St. John, etc., for Lady Lichfield, 2 docquets.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants. pp. 15-16.|
Col. Thom. Napper's petition referred to Mr. Attorney
Mr. Canham, 1 [docquet].
Bishop of London, 1 [docquet].
Instructions to the Commissioners of the Customs.
Mr. Smyth's petition referred to the Commissioners of the Customs.
Mr. Penn's Navy bill referred to Auditor Aldworth.
Mr. Finnie's warrant on particular.
Mr. Powney's warrant for particular.
Mr. Thornebury, customer of the Great Customs of London.
To cancel Mr. Le Gouch's tally and strike new ones.
John Green, Keeper of the Mews.
Mr. Stanhope for orders for 2,150l. on Mrs. Price's privy seal.
Warrant for the office of undersearcher to Evans and Clough on surrender, etc. ; King's warrant.
A grant to Mr. Whitgraves' son of the like annuity as his father after his father's death : King's warrant.
A confirmation to Mr. Peregrine Bertie, etc., of their office in the Alienation : King's warrant.
Bishop of Llandaff : per Ellis Lloyd : King's warrant.
Mr. Pretiman : enstalment of his debt : King's warrant.
|Ibid, p. 16.|
Mr. Mountague, order for 1,300l. due 1 Jan., 1677.
Mr. Whyniard, 31l. 18s. 0d. for 3½ years to Lady day, 1677.
Sir Fra. Leake : blank.
Mrs. Golding, 180l. for 1½ years at Lady day, 1677.
Mr. Andrews and Mr. Morris, comptrollers of Cardiff, to appoint deputies.
Russell, 2 docquets.
[Warrant] for renewing the Commission of Appeals.
Sir John Narborough, discharge.
Sir Edw. Wood's order for 184l. 15s. 0d. for extraordinaries under writ upon the Hearthmoney pay able 15 March, 1678.
Mr. Bennett : account.
Mr. Barnard's Account.
Duchess of Ormond.
Hats and breeches for Tangier.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, pp. 16-17.|
Col. Villers, Governor of Tynemouth.
Sir Robt. Vinor, Aldm. Backwell, Gilbt. Whitehall, Joseph Horneby, dormant warrants on their patent.
|Ibid, p. 17.|
Samuel Lome for discharging 170l. in money.
2 warrants for the Queen Mother's arrears.
Mr. Christian : reference to the Commissioners of the Customs.
Sir John Shaw's reference to Sir Cha. Harbord.
Sir Tho. Ingham : blank.
Col. Wallis. 100l. on privy seal dormant.
|Ibid, pp. 17-18.|
Sir Wm. Haward, 1 [docquet].
Mr. Addison's Searcher of Carlisle : blank.
Mr. Lownds, 100l. on the privy seal dormant : King's warrant.
Mr. Ashmole : King's warrant.
One Irish letter from the King : one from my Lord Treasurer.
|Ibid, p. 18.|
Monsr. de Canaples, warrant to carry out some goods.
Sir Denny Ashburnham, Mr. Cofferer, Sir John Narburgh ; one docquet each.
James Burkin referred to the Customs Commissioners.
Mr. Whitgrave's docquets, 2.
Rene Petit's warrant.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 18.|
Sir John Erneley's docquet for Maitland.
Mr. Pretyman, 1 docquet.
Mr. Lloyd for the Bishop Llandaff, 1 docquet.
Sir Leolyn Jenkins, 1,300l. for 3 months' entertainment.
Mr. Bertie, 10,000l. secret service per tally on Excise.
|Ibid, pp. 18-19.|
|June 14.||Mr. Arundell's report touching Stoke Bruerne Park.||Ibid, p. 19.|
Mr. Price, 1 docquet.
Sir Geo. Reeve, 2,000l. free guift by 400l. per an.
Mr. Greenvill, 227l. 6s. 3d. due for the tenths of Chichester.
Mr. Symon Bennet, 433l. 7s. 8d. in satisfaction of 7,223l. 4s. 7d.
Mr. Barnard, 171l. 14s. 4d., in satisfaction of 2,862l. 0s. 5d. : King's warrant.
Sir Edm. Windham, etc., 1,000l. of the Law Duty forfeitures : King's warrant.
Sir John Corryton, 400l. per an. : King's warrant.
Lady Langhorne : King's warrant.
Earl of Cardigan, creation [money].
Mris. Grove, 52l. : one year of her husband's arrear.
To stop process against Mr. Churchill.
|Ibid, pp. 19-20.|
Mr. Portman's dormant warrant.
Mr. Singleton, Mrs. Madge : musicians.
Earl of Bath : warrant for particular.
Thomas Laundry : warrant on particular.
Wm. Browne, transcript.
Walter Robins, transcript.
|Ibid, p. 20.|
Commission for Receiver of Northampton.
My Lord Treasurer's fee of 20s. 0d. per diem out of the Customs.
Mr. Francis, 2 docquets.
Paymaster of the Works, 1 docquet.
Mr. Serjeant Payne : blank.
The works : order on extraordinaries under writ on Customs for 979l. 17s. 5½d., remain of an ordinary of 3,000l. ; ditto underwrit on ditto for 3,500l.
Serjeant Hardresse : dormant warrant.
Lord Chief Justice, etc., for Law duty, orders [to the] King's Bench : ditto to the common Pleas.
Mris. Buckley, 300l. per an. : King's warrant.
Loans on the additional Excise : King's warrant.
Mr. Guy, for collecting arrears : King's warrant.
The Hearthmoney of Northampton for building churches : King's warrant.
Capt. Mansell, 200l. per an. for his wife and two sons : King's warrant.
Sir Geofry Shakerley, 154l. per an. to make 8s. a day [into] 300l. per an. : King's warrant.
Madam de Board's 200l. per an. for life on surrender : King's warrant.
Lord Clifford, 300l. per an. : King's warrant.
Richard Foliard, the King's Barber, 100l. per an. extraordinary.
Lady Craven : blank.
Earl of Chesterfield, 20l. one year's creation money.
Mr. Fabian Phelipp's : blank.
Sir Andrew Henley's order of 200l. on fee farms underwrit on the Exchequer.
Sir Edw. Bish : blank.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, pp. 20-1.|
|June 25.||Earl of Lindsey, ½ year pension.||Ibid, p. 21.|
Mr. Watts, my Lord [Danby's] tailor, [warrant] for
bacon and tongues.
Turnor, Row, Snell : Bankers.
Mr. Baker, 1 docquet.
Serj. Norfolk, 100l. 7s. 0d.
My Lord's [Danby's] report upon an Irish letter for borrowing of 13,000l.
Countess of Bristol, 250l., etc. : dormant warrant.
Mris. Skelton, 455l. for 3 months' entertainment.
Dr. Taylor for Duke of Richmond.
Prince Rupert : dormant warrant.
Countess of Brentford, 125l. one quarter.
Queen's Progress, 2,000l. for orders.
Mr. Cox to be boatman at Rochester.
Mr. Cowell to be weigher at Torquay.
Mr. Gib[s]on's instructions.
Mr. Gregory : dormant warrant.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, pp. 21-2.|
The Consul of Tripoli, 150l. for half a year's advance.
60 load of Timber to build Prince Rupert's stables at Windsor : King's warrant.
Mr. Tho. Killegrew, 1,437l. 10s. 0d. by tally on wine licence.
|Ibid, p. 22.|
|June 29.||Docquet to inspect accounts of the Stores and Yards.||Ibid.|
Rogers, 2 docquets.
Shakerley, 1 docquet.
E[arl of] Sunderland, 1 docquet.
Mansell, 2 docquets.
Mrs. Buckley, 2 docquets.
Mr. Bernard, 2 docquets.
Bern. Greenvill, 1 docquet.
Mr. Bennet, 2 docquets.
Sir Geo. Reve, 1 docquet.
Loans upon Excise, 1 docquet.
John Gilbert, 40l. for prosecuting Papists.
Works : [warrant for] extraordinaries for this year.
Mr. Colier, 107l. 1s. 1d. per an.
Sir Edm. Turnor : blank.
Some riband for Mr. Bertie.
Town of Northampton, one docquet.
Mr. Guy : one docquet.
Sir Wm. Turnor for Londonderry report.
|Ibid, pp. 22-3.|
Earl of Carlisle's docquet.
Lord Sunderland, 530l. for his voyage to Calais.
60 load of timber for Prince Rupert's stables.
Mr. Brisbane : 389l. for 3 months.
2 letters for Mr. Basier per Serj. Ramsey.
|Ibid, p. 23.|
|July 6. at Sheen.||
Mr. Packer : for orders [for] 2,018l. for the Mews.
Capt. Young and Capt. Gunman's accounts.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 23.|
|July 8. at Sheen.||
Mr. Hyde's docquet.
Wardrobe, 6,915l. per tally on the Customs.
Sir Nich. Cryspe, Collector outwards, 276l. 13s. 4d.
Sir Tho. Williams : blank.
Edw. Bertie : Collector of wool, etc., dormant.
Lord Falkland : blank.
Chancellor of the Garter : dormant warrant.
Lord Arundell : blank.
Mr. Culliford : dormant, 200l. per an.
Discharging the seizure of gum Seneca.
My Lady Hervey's petticoat, etc.
Master of the Hawks, one quarter at 1677 Midsummer, 335l. 10s. 0d.
Duchess of Cleaveland's plate.
Woodward of the New Forest.
|Ibid. pp. 23-4.|
Mr. Hyde : 1,500l. equipage and three months'
Sir William Farmer's goods.
Jeremy Snow : for his interest, 3,586l. 17s. 0d. per an.
Mr. Lindsay : ditto for 5,149l. 17s. 4d. per an.
|Ibid, p. 24.|
Mr. Chace : for ½ year, 57l. 10s. 0d.
Mr. Mountague's order for 762l. 2s. 6d. for extraordinaries : on the Hearthmoney due in March.
Mr. Skelton's order for 455l. three months' entertainment : on same.
Col. Gifford : 37l. 10s. 0d., one quarter at Midsummer.
Ordnance : for 10,000l. in the July and 10,000l. in August, per Mr. Kent.
Mr. Bradshaw, stop of process.
Earl of Lindsey : for the Keepers at Waltham.
Mr. Flory : stop process.
Col. Whitley : Post [Office] defalcations 4,447l. 4s. 7d., per tally on the Customs.
Mris. Winifred Windham.
Lord Lucas : 125l. one quarter at Midsummer.
Mris. Hext : 50l. one quarter ditto.
Mr. Perwich, order for 366l. underwrit on the Hearthmoney payable in March.
Mr. Thompson to be solicitor for the toll [poll] in London and Middlesex.
10 tons of timber for repairs of Woodstock Park.
Windsor : 100 load of timber to repair the bridges at Cookham.
Navy : King's warrant for a new privy seal.
Sheriff of Norfolk.
Kenedy, 1 docquet.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 24.|
Woodward, 2 docquets.
Capt. Lane, 500l. per an. King's warrant.
Mr. Masters : for new Park : King's warrant.
Sir Edw. Hale : 500l. per an. : King's warrant.
Lord Gerard : 1,000l. per an. pension on Customs : dormant [warrant].
Ditto : 1,000l. per an. on ditto as Gentleman of the Bedchamber : dormant.
Letter of direction on C. Bertie's 1,000l. for secret service : for Sir Courtney Pole.
Mr. Gregory, 15l. 3s. 4d. for a quarter, [payable] in Exchequer.
Earl of Northampton : fee as Constable of the Tower.
Mr. Bridgeman : upon his annuity of 400l. per an.
Duke of Newcastle, Earl of Lindsey, Lord Manchester, Lord Sunderland, Earl of Ossory, Earl of Middlesex, Duke of Albemarle, gentlemen of the Bedchamber : blank.
Earl of Bath, 2,000l. per an., ditto as Groom of the Stole and First Gentleman, etc.
|Ibid, p. 25.|
My Lord of Bath's order for 1,000l., whereof 132l. is
paid, is underwrit on the Exchequer in general.
Ditto for 3,488l. 8s. 3¼d. underwrit on Customs.
Rich. Cow's petition referred to Sir Cha. Harbord.
John Gubbs et al. referred to ditto.
|Ibid, p. 26.|
500l. per an. to Mr. Griffin : Lord Hunsdon : King's
100l. per an. to Mr. Dryden added to his 200l. per an. : King's warrant.
For renewing the Commission of Appeals : King's warrant.
Same for repairs at New Park (struck through).
Madam de Bord, 200l. per an. for her life : King's warrant.
300l. per an. to James Vernon during pleasure, Col. Scott : King's warrant.
Sir Robt. Hamilton's report.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 26.|
4,456l. 17s. 0d. per orders on fee farms.
4 warrants on Mr. Guy's privy seal.
Earl of Northampton : pension.
French Ambassador to Poland.
Newdegate : to discharge a baronet fee : one docquet.
Mr. Jones, Apothecary : blank.
Earl of Strafford, creation money as Viscount Wentworth.
Mr. Coling as keeper of the Council Chamber.
Mrs. Mary Boynton, blank.
Mrs. Isabella Boynton : blank.
Mr. Thom. Wyndham : blank.
Mris. White for a lease of the Pre fines of Wales.
Lady Killegrew : blank.
Lady Frasier : ditto.
Abell Daniel, Arthur Wichells, Silvanus Rowley, John Osboldston, Wm. Russell, Geo. Russell, jun., Geo-Russell, sen., James Russell, Wm. Sakins, Tho. Dechamps, John Silvester, Tho. Duffield, Mr. Conway, Coll. John Legg, Wm. Poulton, Rich. Edey, Jasper Everard, Andrew Holmes, Christoph Barker, [falconers].
Mr. Savile, 500l. per an. pension : King's warrant.
Mr. Guy : 1,096l. for Sir Antho. Cope : King's warrant.
Creswell and Godfrey for the office of Gravesend Searcher on surrender of Cresswell and Hussy : King's warrant.
Mr. Bertie : 10,000l. for secret service.
|Ibid, pp. 27-8.|
|July 25.||Mr. Rumbold's petition referred.||Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 28.|
Pierce and Clough, 2 docquets.
Earl Rivers : creation money : blank.
Earl of Peterborough : creation money : blank.
Sir Wm. Armorer, 152l. 10s. 8d. for repairs of his lodgings in the Mews.
Sir John Robinson : 2,680l. 18s. 0d. out of Vaughan's arrears.
Ellis Lloyd upon his annuity of 155l. 5s. 4d. out of the Tenths of Llandaff.
Warrant to issue writs against Recusants.
Robt. Sawle for particulars.
Serj. Strowd, fee 41l. 6s. 10d. per an. dormant.
Dr. Howell for 216l. [as] free gift.
Mr. Nevill, the King's Harbinger : 182l. 10s. 0d.
Earl of Bath's warrant on particular.
Alderman Bence : contract for fee farms.
|Ibid, pp. 28-9.|
Lady Clinton, Lady Tuke, Madam de Borde, Mris.
Windham, Mris. Cranmer, Mris. Orpe, Mris. Crane,
Mris. Fra. Sheldon, Mris. Temple, Mris. Swan,
Mris. Walker, Mris. Anne Howard, Mris. Cary
Frasier, Mris. Carter, Madam Civet, Mris. Harding,
Sir Cha. Windham.
Sir John Shaw.
Earl of Denbigh and Viscount Feilding : creation money.
Mr. Sandys, Page of Honour to the Queen.
Mr. Sayers, ditto.
Mr. Chace, fee farms.
|Ibid, p. 29.|
Sheriff of Northumberland.
Tho. Worrall to be a watchman extraordinary and for next vacancy.
Earl Warwick : 1 year's creation money.
Ditto as Earl of Holland, 1 year.
Mr. Robinson, late Searcher at Gravesend.
Mr. Berkley, Page of Honour.
Mr. Prideaux, Page of Honour to the King.
Mr. Cary, Page of Honour to the Queen.
Mr. Porter, Page of Honour.
Mr. Worth, Page of Honour.
157l. for the workmen for the Laboratory : out of Hearthmoney arrears.
Sir Jeffry Shakerley : 38l. 10s. 0d. for one quarter at Midsummer last.
Prince Rupert : fee of 10s. per diem as Constable of Windsor Castle.
French Ambassador's goods to be exported.
Sir Ralph Dalavall for a pension of 500l. per an. for 3 years : King's warrant.
|Ibid, pp. 29-30.|
Earl of Plymouth, 2 docquets.
Mr. Guy for the Lady Cope, 1 docquet.
Lord Hatton, 1 docquet.
Mr. Savile, 2 docquets.
Mr. Bertie, 1 docquet.
100 tuns [of timber] to be taken out of the forest of Windsor for the Castle.
Sir Algernon May, fee as Keeper of the Tower Records.
Mr. Serjeant Topham.
Stop process against Jo. Lloyd.
Mr. Dawson, as messenger.
Duke of Ormond.
Earl of Devonshire : creation money.
Mrs. Dyke, 22l. 10s. 0d. for 3 quarters at Midsummer, '77.
For granting administration of Copley's goods to Atfen.
Reference of the Pin business to the Attorney General.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 30.|
Commission of Appeals, 2 docquets.
Madam des Bordes, 2 docquets.
My Lord Stafford : creation money.
10l. per an. to be added to Capt. Fordred's salary of 20l. per an.
Serjeant Newdegate to be discharged of 1,095l. for his baronetcy.
Countess of Neuburgh.
|Aug. 1. morning.||
Sir Nich. Armorer's report.
Nich. Saunders' petition [referred] to the Commissioners of the Customs.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 31.|
|Aug. 1. afternoon.||
The Earl of St. Alban's : to confirm and amend his
Sir Ralph Cole, 2 docquets.
Royal Fishery, 2 docquets.
Sir Ra. Dalavall, 1 docquet.
Creswell and others, 2 docquets.
Mr. Dryden, 1 docquet.
Earl of Northampton : for the Tower expenses : King's warrant.
Mr. Bradley, late Consul of Tripoli, for 985 dollars : King's warrant.
Officers of the Pipe and Deputy Chamberlains, dormant.
Earl of Nottingham : pension : blank.
Mris Finch's Report.
Mr. Bagott : blank.
Mr. Peirce : blank.
Mr. Whittle : blank.
Mr. Pyle : blank.
Mr. Brown, clerk of the Estreats in the Common Pleas.
Mrs. Spetney [Stepney] : blank.
Sir Edw. Wood.
Sir Wm. Swan.
Sir John Paule.
Stop process against Alderman Backwell
Privy Seal for 4,6411l. 9s. 0d. to the Treasurer of the
Ordnance for building the first 15 ships as by the
seventeen months' tax : King's warrant.
Ditto, 186,600l. to the Treasurer of the Navy for ditto : King's warrant.
Dashwood's account for 6,750l. 0s. 6d.
Warrant to stay process against Watts's security.
Charles Orchard, 2 [docquets].
Sir George Carteret : to discharge 700l. : King's warrant.
Mr. Kent's under officers.
Stop process against Ellis Cooper.
Sir Robt. Wiseman, 130l. on the letters patent dormant.
5 Under Ushers of the Exchequer : dormant on Customs.
Northampton warrant for Collectors for Hearthmoney.
Mr. Ramsey's salary.
Mr. Bertie, 600l. per tally on Excise.
Kenedy and Wilmot : 2 of the Queen's Grooms.
Major Brett, for interest for 2,000l. : King's warrant.
Mr. Thurston's account.
|Ibid, p. 32.|
Sir Rich. Mason and Mr. Raymond (for my Lord
Gerard), 5,000l. : [King's warrant for a] privy seal.
King's warrant for a privy seal to discharge Mr. Lanyon and partners, of their imprest for victualling of Tangier.
Warrant for a grant (in reversion upon Long and Danvers, chief searchers in London) to Holditch and Persivall and after them to Fowlys.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 32.|
Treasurer of the Navy, 186,600l. for the hulls, etc., of
15 ships : 51,135l. for the rigging, ground tackle
and boats and 20,883l. for boatswains and carpenters'
sea stores, 1 docquet.
Treasurer of the Ordnance, 46,411l. 9s. 0d. for guns, etc. [for said ships], 1 docquet.
Mr. Goulston, 1,900l. after the list 1,000l., Lord Yarmouth, 1 docquet.
[Sir Francis] Leek, 2 docquets.
Ashmole, 1 docquet.
Mr. Wicklife to be surveyor of Fowey and Looe.
Edw. Burden to be bayliff of Gillingham and Grain.
Mr. Knight, the Surgeon.
Mr. Cary, Keeper of Maribone.
Capt. Young and Capt. Gunman's accounts.
|Ibid, pp. 32-3.|
Sir Rich. Mason et al. for Lord Gerard, 1 [docquet].
Chiffinch et al. for [the Earl of] St. Albans, 2 [docquets].
My. Lord's report of my Lord Arlington and Band of Pensioners' case in relation to Mr. Pretiman's debt.
Mr. Bertie, 3,000l. per tally on Customs for Sir Fra. Chaplyn.
Mris. Elliot's pension : blank.
My Lord's report upon the Irish letter.
|Ibid, p. 33.|
Lord Carlisle : on his pension.
Mr. Thynn's report.
Letter to the Commissioners of the Tax for Denbigh.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 33.|
Warrant for the Navy for building 15 of the 30 ships.
Ditto for the ordnance for ditto.
Mr. Bradley, 418l. 14s. 6d. in lieu of 1861 dollars spent at Tripoli.
Warrant on particular of Blackwall's estate.
Mr. Dashwood's interest account.
Mr. Dashwood's warrant for a lease of the Additional [Excise] duty.
Mr. Goulston for Visct. Yarmouth, 1,900l.
Works : 8,000l. and 4,000l. ordinary and extraordinary for the year from 1 April, 1677.
Mr. Creagh's 30 pieces of crape, etc.
Mr. Pierce and Mr. Clough, under searchers, to be sworn.
Earl of Denbigh, 33l. 6s. 8d. : for 1 year's creation money.
Mrs. Gunter, 50l. for one quarter.
Mr. Emps, hand-gun maker, 4d. per diem.
Cofferer for order for 1,841l. 9s. 2d. on his interest account per tally on Excise.
|Ibid, p. 34.|
Mr. Porter, 2 docquets.
Mr. Dashwood to retain 6,750l. out of Mich. quarter's rent for interest and gratuity.
Treasurer of the Ordnance for 200l. for Holy Island.
Treasurer of the Chamber : his order for 7,500l. underwrit on Hearthmoney payable in March next.
To add 10l. per an. for the rent of the Custom House of Bristol.
Sir Phil. Lloyd and others attending the Committee of Council [for Trade and Foreign Plantations].
Mr. Moor of Bristol for 45l. salary.
Sir Herbt. Price, 180l.
Warrant for demising the ship [Beginning of Bideford]
to the merchant, Mr. Davy, of Bideford.
Sir Edw. Hales.
Mr. Kent and Mr. Duncombe to lend 10,000l. on the Additional Excise.
|Ibid, p. 35.|
|Aug. 23.||The Chief Commissioners of the Excise to make sub-Commissioners.||Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 35.|
|Aug. 24.||To issue process against James Lancashire's estate.||Ibid.|
Mr. Kent to deliver wine and tobacco bonds for
3,000l. tallies, to Mr. Bertie for Sir Fra. Chaplyn.
Lady Johanna Thornhill.
Mrs. Mary and Sophia Nevill, 50l. per an. a piece
Mr. Darmott to be surveyor, waiter and searcher at Deal.
|Ibid, p. 36.|
|Aug. 29.||Mr. Lane, 2 docquets.||Ibid.|
Sir Geo. Carteret's docquet.
Sir Bernard Gascoigne : to cancel a tally of 847l. 6s. 0d. on the French tunnage : to be charged on Mr. Mounteney.
Reynolds, 2 docquets.
Griffin, 1 docquet.
Yeabsley et al., 1 docquet.
Gifford, 2 docquets.
|Sept. 5.||Mr. Bull, 2 docquets.||Ibid.|
Mr. Powney's transcript.
Mr. Bradley to draw an order for 200l. of his salary 1 year.
Mr. Sturt's account of interest, etc.
|Ibid, p. 37.|
King's warrant for a patent to Robt. and Wm.
Bridges for securing 36,565l. 4s. 0d.
King's warrant for 30 tun of timber for repair of the Lodge in Whittlewood.
Privy seal to constitute Receivers of the Law duty.
Mr. Elliot, 2 docquets.
The ship Charity made free.
Sir Leolyn Jenkins : to draw orders for 1,300l. for 13 weeks entertainment ending the 9th December next.
25 tun of timber and dotards to raise 190l. for repair of
lodges in Whichwood forest : King's warrant.
500l. per an. to Mrs. Elliott for life : King's warrant.
Portugal Ambassador's pictures.
Nath. Bradley, order of 200l. underwrit on the Customs.
Duke of Monmouth, 1,000l. for horses : King's warrant.
Sir Rich. Cust's discharge of 1,095l. as a Bart. : King's warrant.
Sir Robt. Holmes : rents to be put in charge with the Receiver.
|Ibid, p. 38.|
Letter to the Mayor of Maldon.
Mr. Osborne, 267l. for riding charges.
Dr. Taylor : to draw orders for 350l. secret service 1 quarter.
Letter to the farmers of his Majesty's Revenue of Ireland.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 38.|
|Sept. 29. at Newmarket.||Mrs. Elliott's 2 docquets.||Ibid.|
Warrant for delivering some linen and book for
An order of Sir Leolyn Jenkins, 1,300l. underwrit on Customs.
|Ibid, p. 39.|
Mrs. Mary and Sophia Nevill, 1 docquet.
Mr. Bertie, 20,000l. per an. for 3 years on Excise for secret service, 1 docquet.
Mr. Hyde, 310l. tally on Customs.
Sir Wm. Temple, 1,300l. on ditto.
Col. Stapilton, 2,278l. 7s. 0d. on Hearthmoney due Sept. next.
The same for 700l. on ditto.
Mr. Feilding, 2 docquets.
Law duty Receiver, 1 docquet.
Earl of Carlisle's pension.
Sir Martin Wescombe.
Bishop of London, 216l. for Dr. Morison.
|Ibid, p. 40.|
Mr. Willm. Soames, order for 955l. as Envoy to the
Duchess Regent of Savoy, underwrit on Customs.
Privy Seal to discharge Sir James Simeon, Bart., of 1,095l.
Rogers : to strike tallies for 100l, on the Tenths.
Under Marshalls, for attending on the Lord's house at 40l. each session amongst them.
Sir John Cope, dormant warrant.
Earl of Lindsay's account.
Mr. Mounteney's account.
|Ibid, pp. 40-1.|
|Oct. 20.||My Lord Ambassador Hyde's goods.||Ibid, p. 41.|
|Oct. 22.||Major Clarke's reference.||Ibid.|
Countess of Brentford : blank.
Madam Trevanion's pictures, etc.
Prince of Orange's goods.
Prince of Orange's goods.
Richd. Change, 32l. 10s. 0d. for one year allowance.
20 load of timber for Prince Rupert's stables : King's warrant.
Sir Joseph Williamson, 2,000l. secret service : King's warrant.
|Entry Book of Signed Warrants, p. 41.|