Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9, 1689-1692. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.
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|Letters Patent, Privy Seals, Royal Sign Manuals and Warrants, Treasury Warrants, Commissions, Orders, Letters, Memorials, Reports and Other Entries: All Not of the Nature of Treasury Minutes.|
|Date.||Nature and Substance of the Entry.||Reference.|
|1688-9. Feb. 13.||Henry Guy to the Customs Commissioners to deliver to bearer, Customs free, several goods come over from Holland in the Anne yacht, Capt. Guy commander ; same being for the household and family of Monsieur Benting. (fn. 1)||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 469.|
|Treasury warrant to same to admit to entry the lading of the Thomas and Frances, Seth Thurston capt., on payment of only the usual Customs [and without demanding the One per cent Mediterranean Duty] : the said Commissioners having reported the 12th inst. that the case of said ship is as set forth in said Captain's petition, supra, Calendar of Treasury Books, Vol. VIII, p. 2166.||Warrants not Relating to Money XII, pp. 386-7.|
|Feb. 14.||Henry Guy to same to send by bearer, unopened, to Whitehall some goods for the Queen which are arrived from Holland in two vessels, one the Amelia, — Jorus master, the other the Vos, — Voss master.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 469.|
|Treasury reference to same of the petition of Tho. Parlit and William Sanders, seamen, shewing that coming from Bordeaux in the John and Thomas they were pressed on board the King's ship Firedrake Nov. 14 last and being paid part of their wages in the John and Thomas at Bordeaux did invest same in a piece of brandy which was seized by Mr. Vickers, a Customs officer : therefore praying for said brandy to be admitted to entry, petitioners being willing to pay the duties.||Reference Book V, p. 337.|
|Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of John Jaggard and Ambrose Cox, salters, shewing that they are considerable traders in salt imported from Scotland : that all such salt by the Act must pay a halfpenny per gallon over and above the duties of all other foreign salt ; that until last Michaelmas the duties on all Scotch and foreign salt were by the King let out to farm, during which term the Farmer abated [made abatements] himself or his subfarmers made an abatement on the duty of Scotch salt, knowing that if the full duty was exacted no salt could be imported from Scotland "which proved so much clear profit to the said Farmer, it being no hindrance to the consumption or importation of any foreign salt whatsoever" : they therefore pray permission to import 500 ways [weighs] of Scotch salt, paying only half the said [additional] duty, "which is the utmost it will bear, the full duty being an absolute prohibition."||Reference Book V, p. 337.|
|Same to same of the petition of Tho. Allston for a tidewaiter's place in Weymouth port loco Jno. Tettershall, a Roman Catholic, dismissed.||Ibid, p. 338.|
|Same to same of the petition of John Jones for restoration as a landwaiter, Plymouth port, from which he was dismissed five months since without cause and one Glisson, a Roman Catholic, put in his place.||Ibid.|
|Feb. 15.||Henry Guy to the Excise Commissioners. It is the King's pleasure that you pay 3,000l. to the Prince and Princess of Denmark in full of their quarter.||Disposition Book VII, p. 44.|
|Same to the Earl of Ranelagh. It is the King's pleasure that out of the 26,000l. 2s. 3d. this day appointed to be issued to you at the Exchequer you pay 15,000l. to Monsieur Vanderech for a second month's pay for the Dutch Forces.||Ibid, p. 45.|
|Same to the Marquis Miremont. The enclosed petition has been laid before the King, who directs me to send it to you. I desire you to return it to me with your answer to it.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 470.|
|Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Joseph Billop for a King's waiter's place, he being a tradesman but disabled from further trading by many losses.||Reference Book V, p. 337.|
|Same to same of the petition of Mich. Oatway for a surveyor's place in the Customs, he being qualified by being bred to trade.||Ibid, p. 338.|
|Same to same of the petition of Israell Dodson for a tidesman's place ; he having used the seas for above 20 years.||Ibid.|
|Feb. 19.||Sam. Langford (in the absence of Henry Guy) to same to send an officer this afternoon to the Banqueting House in Whitehall to seal up some goods which are for the late Queen in order to their transport to France.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 470.|
|Feb. 20.||Henry Guy to the Customs Commissioners to deliver at Capt. Pinssar's lodgings at Charing Cross, unopened, the household goods and clothes of said Pinssar which are now arrived from Holland in the Adventure of London, Capt. Read commander.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 470.|
|Same to Mr. Frowde [Governor of the Post Office]. On your report the Treasury Lords have agreed that you allow Thomas Gayton, deputy postmaster of Portsmouth, 45l. on his accounts in regard of the damage he sustained in the charge of his letters from time to time during the Irish Regiments keeping that garrison.||Ibid, p. 471.|
|Same to the Earl of Ranelagh. It is the King's pleasure that out of the 8,040l. directed this night to be issued to you, you pay 140l. to the Honble. Henry Powle, Speaker of the present Convention, for 28 days' allowance ; 1,000l. to — for the Queen's service ; 1,000l. to the Rt. Honble. Monsieur Bentinck for the King's Privy Purse ; 700l. to Lord Dartmouth for the late King's horses.||Disposition Book VII, p. 45.|
|Feb. 22.||Same to the Customs Commissioners to send an officer to the Wardrobe in Whitehall to see several goods belonging to the late King packed up in order to their transport to France, Customs free.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 471.|
|Same to same for the officers at Dover port to permit the transport to France, Customs free, of 30 horses belonging to the late King's buckhounds.||Ibid.|
|Feb. 27.||Same to Lord Dartmouth. The King has this day directed 2,000l. to be issued to the Treasurer of the Ordnance. It is his Majesty's pleasure that 1,000l. thereof be applied for [one week of] the ordinary [of the Ordnance Office] and 1,000l. to reimburse Mr. Kent [the Customs Cashier] for money paid out of the Customs for the works at Hull.||Disposition Book VII, p. 45.|
|Same to Mr. Lloyd [Paymaster of the Works]. The Treasury Lords have this day directed 237l. 5s. 8½d. to be issued to you for work done and to be done in St. James's Park and Garden, "whereof a copy [missing] is enclosed."||Ibid.|
|Same to Mr. Kent [Customs Cashier] to order the collector of Exeter port to pay upon sight to Lieut. Col. Gipson such sum not exceeding 200l. as he shall need for the charge of removing the artillery from Exeter.||Ibid.|
|Same to the Customs Commissioners to allow to Mathew Anderton, collector of Chester port, the 595l. 16s. 8d. which, pursuant to the command of the Earl of Shrewsbury, Principal Secretary of State, he paid to Capt. James Hamilton.||Ibid, p. 46.|
|Same to the Navy Commissioners to make out bills for the payment of 200l. to Mr. Favan D'Mounchau ; 150l. thereof for freight of some deer brought from beyond sea by Berent Eyben, master of the Dorothy of Bremen, and the remaining 50l. thereof for the servants that took charge of said deer, for their provision at sea.||Ibid.|
|Henry Guy to the Excise Commissioners to forthwith restore Nathaniell Wood to his place as doorkeeper to the Excise Office in place of the present person whom you are to dismiss.||Out Letters (General) XI, p. 471.|
|Same to the Customs Commissioners for the officers at Dover port to permit the export to France, Customs free, of 127 horses and their baggage for his late Majesty.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir Robert Howard [Auditor of the Receipt] to attend at the Treasury to-morrow concerning levying tallies of assignment for that part of the loan made by the City of London for which they have only tallies of loan. Mr. Wardour and the rest of the officers of the Tally Court are to attend then.||Ibid.|
Same to the Customs Commissioners to deliver at
Whitehall, Customs free, some wine, bacon, neats'
tongues, sweetmeats, China, furniture and provisions
arrived in London port from Exeter (out
of his Majesty's storehouse at Exeter) in the Sea
Flower, John Carpinder master ; being for his
Majesty's particular use.
Appending : schedule of said goods, including four bales with memorials and ten parcels belonging to the Secretary.
|Ibid, pp. 472-3.|