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'Declared Accounts: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. CCLXXV-CCLXXXIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104748 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Pipe 85.
Earl Of Ranelagh.
1 May, 1689-31 December, 1689 (declared 8 September, 1694).
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (surplusage 73,596l. 15s. 5½d.).
Received out of the Exchequer—
l. s. d.
Easter term 125,545 15 3
357,898 1
Michaelmas term 142,006 18 11½
83,834 17
709,380 12 11½
Depending on several at the foot of the last account 13,930 0 0
Money deducted out of the pay of the several Regiments 4,541 18 4
Money received out of the revenue of Excise 1,367 16 0
Total charge £729,220 7
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage of the preceding account 73,596 15
Pay of General Officers, Land Forces and Garrisons.
General officers 11,257 6 8
First Troop of Guards and Granadiers (Earl of Scarborough) 14,757 3 4
Second ditto (Duke of Ormonde) 14,746 6 4
Third ditto (Earl of Marlborough) 14,671 8 4
Troop of Scots Guards (Earl of Drumlanrig) 6,502 14 2
Royal Regiment of Horse (Earl of Oxford) 19,928 13 4
Lord Colchester's Regiment of Horse 13,850 13 4
Col. Charles Godfrey's ditto 13,774 8 4
Col. Thomas Langston's ditto 6,492 7 0
First Regiment of Foot Guards (Visct. Sidney) 32,237 12 8
Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (Col. Thomas Talmach) 13,629 1 10
Regiment of Scots Guards (Lieut. Gen. James Douglas) 9,936 5 2
Royal Regiment of Foot (Duke of Schonberg) 19,234 13 2
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers 10,816 5 0
Col. Charles Churchill's Regiment of Foot 9,778 8 0
Col. Charles Trelawney's ditto 10,835 2 8
Col. William Beveridge's ditto 10,711 7 0
Earl of Bath's ditto 10,738 0 10
Sir James Leslie's ditto 10,747 6 8
Col. John Hales' ditto 10,330 3 8
Sir David Colijear's ditto 10,711 1 4
Col. Ferguss D'Offarrell's ditto 10,301 19 4
Col. Edward Fitzpatrick's ditto 10,653 6 8
Col. Robert Hodges' ditto 9,716 9 8
Sir John Guise's and then Col. Foukes' ditto 10,726 11 2
Earl of Monmouth's ditto 10,707 15 8
Col. Francis Luttrell's ditto 10,836 2 8
Col. Gustavus Hamilton's ditto (until their transfer to the Irish Establishment) 2,376 13 2
Earl of Leven's ditto 10,475 15 10
Duke of Bolton's ditto 8,126 14 8
Col. John Berkley (now Visct. Fitzharding's) Regiment of Dragoons 10,739 3 4
Sir Thomas Levingston's ditto 9,837 3 4
Total of Guards and Land Forces £388,667 10s. 2d.
Independent Companies.
Capt. Thomas Phillips (miners) 233 6 6
Capt. Robt. Minors (Granadiers) 571 13 4
Capt. Charles King (Granadiers) 207 6 0
Capt. George Lewis (Chepstow Castle Company) 412 19 0
John, Earl of Bath (two Companies in Plymouth Garrison) 3,709 4 0
One week's subsistence of several Regiments due in May, 1689 3,286 8 0
Sub total of Companies £5,168 8s. 10d.
Garrison of—
Berwick and Holy Island 701 11
Carlisle 232 15 0
Chepstow 36 15 0
Chester 176 1 0
The Cinque Ports 936 17 4
Clifford's Fort and Tinmouth Castle 390 9 0
Calshot Castle 91 17 6
Dartmouth 75 3 0
Guernsey 98 0 0
Gravesend and Tilbury 536 14
Hull and the Blockhouse 675 11
Hurst Castle 91 17 6
Jersey 122 10 0
Languard Fort 122 10 0
St. Mawes 36 15 0
Pendennis 49 0 0
Plymouth 805 13 10¼
Portland 112 5 10
Portsmouth 716 16
Sheerness 750 6 6
The Isle of Scilly 113 6 0
Scarborough 61 5 0
The Tower of London 1,403 7 1/8
Upnor Castle 477 15 0
Windsor Castle 245 0 0
Isle of Wight 856 4
North Yarmouth 73 10 0
The Gunners in St. James's Park 91 17 6
Gunners at Woolwich 81 3 0
Firemaster to the Grenadiers 36 15 0
Drum Major General 20 0 0
Lord Culpeper in lieu of Virginia Quitrents 600 0 0
Subsidiary total of Garrisons £10,819 14s. 2¼1/8d.
Money paid for levying several Troops and Companies (Royal Regiment of Foot, Gustavus Hamilton's and Visct. Colchester's) 3,900 0 0
Extraordinary payments (allowances of royal bounty and rewards for military services) 726 2 4
Fire and candle for the Guards and Garrisons 2,368 9 2
Medicaments for the Forces 444 6 2
Payments to ferrymen for passage of the Forces (Datchet Ferry, Kew and Putney) 61 7 10
Sundry contingent disbursements detailed, including special pay, pressing, transport, rent, bread and waggons and exchange 25,190 14 10
Money paid by order of the Commissioners for regulating the Army 1,498 19 0
Money paid upon account to be rendered only to the King 282 0 0
Subsistence to the Irish soldiers in the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth 5,882 8 0
Money paid to the Reformed officers and pensioners 4,162 8 10¼
Money paid to Capt. John Shales and others for the encampments on Hounslow Heath etc. 11,619 14
Total discharge £807,338 5 1/8
l. s. d.
Leaving accomptant in surplus 78,117 17 91/8
To which is added moneys paid to several persons (detailed) pursuant to warrants from their Majesties upon account for services relating to the Forces, six items 13,930 0 0
£92,047 17 91/8
Audit Office Bundle 54, Roll 45
(the corresponding Pipe Roll Account No. 86 being eaten away on the left hand side).
Declared 6 July, 1695.
Earl Of Ranelagh.
1st January, 1689-90, to 31 December, 1690.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (surplusage, 92,047l. 17s. 91/8d.).
Depending on sundry persons at the foot of his last account 13,930 0 0
Money out of the Exchequer 803,382 12
Total charge £817,312 12
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 92,047 17 91/8
Pay of—
General officers 12,646 16 8
First Troop of Horse Guards (Earl of Scarborough) 16,274 18
Second ditto (Duke of Ormonde) 21,985 3 4
Third ditto (Earl of Marlborough) 16,309 2
Troop of Scots Guard (Earl of Drumlanrig) 9,687 14 2
Royal Regiment of Horse (Earl of Oxford) 12,224 5 2
Richard, Lord Colchester's Regiment of Horse 20,634 13 4
Col. Charles Godfry's Regiment of Horse 20,634 13 4
Princess Ann of Denmark's Regiment of Dragoons (Visct. Fitzharding's) 15,990 0 4
Sir Thomas Levingston's Regiment of Dragoons 15,999 3 4
First Regiment of Foot Guards (Visct. Sidney's) 53,573 11 6
Coldstream ditto (Col. Tho. Tolmash) 26,260 14 4
Regiment of Scots Guards (Lieut. Gen. James Douglas) 18,319 10 2
Royal Regiment of Foot (Sir Robert Donglasse) 31,551 15 8
Col. Charles Churchill's Regiment of Foot (to the time of their embarking for Ireland in September) 9,234 17 4
Col. Charles Trelawney's ditto (to 1690, May 31) 6,679 4 8
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (Earl of Marlborough) 14,991 16 4
John, Earl of Bath's Regiment of Foot 16,017 4 8
Col. William Beveridge's ditto 15,937 0 2
Sir James Leslie's ditto 16,123 10 8
Col. John Hale (to its embarking for Ireland in September) 9,577 15 8
Sir David Coliear's ditto to same date 9,518 6 2
Col. Francis D'Offarrall's ditto 15,725 11 8
Col. Fitzpatrick's ditto 14,591 12 8
Col. Robt. Hodge's ditto 15,719 0 8
Col. John Fowkes' ditto (to May 31) 6,679 4 8
Earl of Monmouth's ditto 15,307 14 6
Col. Luttrell's ditto 15,903 19 0
Earl of Leven's ditto 16,145 3 4
Duke of Bolton's ditto from June 1 9,175 8 10
Visct. Castleton's ditto from June 1 9,363 5 0
Sir George St. George's ditto from June 1 9,448 13 0
Duke of Bolton's Regiment under Lieut. Col. Holt, designed for the West Indies, and for recruits and for victualling during their voyage 11,247 8 9
Capt. Robert Minors' Independent Company of Foot Granadiers at Upnor Castle 851 13 4
Capt. Hen. Slaughter, Independent Company of Foot at New York from their raising in January, 1689-90, to Oct. 31 961 18 1
Capt. Charles King and Capt. Ingolsby successively for another Independent Company of Foot at New York for same time 962 8 0
The Garrisons detailed as above, p. cclxxvi 16,676 1 2
Levy money and pay of recruits, detailed 9,787 19 7
Sundry contingent disbursements, viz. bounty and rewards, 1,597l. 2s. 8d. ; medicaments and cure of sick, 84l. 1s. 0d. ; fire and candle for the Guards and Garrisons, 3,294l. 17s. 10½d. ; ferry dues paid to Bennet Hammond, 25l. ; pay of several persons belonging to the Forces, 3,157l. 16s. 10d. ; disbursements of sundry natures, necessaries, carriages, painting, straw etc., 4,316l. 12s. 4d. 12,475 10
Pensioners (Reformed officers and superannuated Gentlemen of the Guards) 4,686 18 9
Money lost on board the Bredah, being subsistence for several Regiments going for Ireland 1,793 9 0
Money paid upon account to be rendered only to their Majesties by royal warrant of 26 March, 1691 246,324 17
Money paid for the Duke of Savoy 15,000 0 0
Ditto for pay of a Regiment of Horse and one of Foot of the Duke of Wolfenbuttle 25,911 17 0
Ditto for arms provided at Liege 5,200 0 0
Ditto for the Earl of Melville, High Commissioner for Scotland 3,200 0 0
Ditto to Nicolas Tourton and Samuel Guigner, merchants for Thomas Cox, Envoy to the Swiss Cantons 10,000 0 0
Exchequer fees 1,910 4 11
Total discharge £977,269 15 1/8
Surplusage 159,967 2 71/8
Moneys paid to several persons upon account, detailed, by warrants, detailed 21,510 0 0
Total surplusage £181,467 2 71/8
Declared Account. Pipe 87.
Earl Of Ranelagh.
1st January, 1690-1, to 31 March, 1692.
Declared 20 June, 1702.
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears nil (surplusage, 181,467l. 2s. 71/8d.).
Depending on sundry persons 16,510 0 0
Money out of the Receipt 1,112,883 19 9
Money received for intermediate interest of several tallies and orders, detailed 916 5 3
Total charge £1,135,310 5 0
Discharge.
Surplusage 181,467 2
Pay of—
General officers, detailed 29,339 5
First Troop of Guards (Earl of Scarborough) 27,441 10 6
Second ditto (Duke of Ormonde) 27,451 3 0
Third ditto (Earl of Marlborough) 26,859 12 0
Troop of Scots Guards (Earl of Drumlanrig) 12,103 0 0
Lord Colchester's Regiment of Horse 25,756 6 6
Col. Charles Godfrey's ditto 25,763 19 0
Lord Fitzharding's ditto 20,808 5 6
Sir Thomas Levingstone's Regiment of Dragoons 19,969 15 0
First Regiment of Foot Guards (Duke of Schomberg) 66,516 13 6
Coldstream Regiment of ditto (Col. Thomas Talmash) 33,880 18 8
Their Majesties' Royal Regiment of Foot (Sir Robert Douglas and Lord George Hamilton successively) 39,494 12 0
Regiment of Scots Foot Guards (Lieut. Gen. James Douglas and Brigadier George Ramsey successively) 26,120 4 0
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (John, Earl of Marlborough, and Col. Edward Fitzpatrick successively) 20,543 10 8
Earl of Bath's Regiment of Foot 19,665 1 2
Col. Thomas Erle's (Earle's) ditto 19,478 16 0
Col. Francis D'Offarrell's and Adam D'Cardonnell's, successively, ditto 19,968 15 0
Col. Fitzpatrick's and Col. Collingwood's, successively, ditto 19,143 15 0
Sir Lames Leslie's ditto 20,170 8 0
Duke of Bolton's ditto 19,820 15 4
Visct. Castleton's ditto 19,904 4 4
Col. William Beveridge's late same 19,571 15 0
Col. Eneas Mackay's Regiment of Foot 20,097 6 10
Col. Robert Hodges, deceased, same 19,118 11 0
Sir George St. George's same 19,867 1 0
Earl of Monmouth's same 18,664 14 10
Earl of Leven's same 20,124 13 0
Col. Charles Graham's, late Col. George Ramsay's same 20,046 16 8
Earl of Angus's same 20,170 8 0
Archibald, Earl of Argyll's same from 1st Jan., 1689-90, when it was placed on the English Establishment, to 31 March, 1691 5,371 4 8
Total pay of the General Officers and the Land Forces £704,512 16s. 11¼d.
Pay of the Garrisons, detailed ut supra 21,386 16 1/8
Sundry contingent disbursements—
Medicaments 30 0 0
Bounty and rewards 538 9 2
Fire and candle for the Guards and Garrisons 3,692 3 7
Pay of several persons, detailed, belonging to the Forces 5,763 11 3
Disbursements and payments of sundry natures 8,168 10 10
Stationary wares 490 19 3
Money paid for the use of the Duke of Savoy 99,000 0 0
Money paid in part of the Subsidies granted by their Majesties to the Emperor and Duke of Bavaria 26,666 13 4
Money paid to Monsieur van Schuylenburg, being (loss in exchange on moneys) expended for the service of the English and Wolfenbuttel Troops 3,000 0 0
Money paid to Jacob Vander Esch, agent for the Dutch Guards, for the use of the Dutch Forces 157,974 14 4
Money paid to Rudolph Keen for the use of the King's Privy Purse by royal warrant of 8 Feb., 1692-3 2,000 0 0
Money paid to several Reformed officers and pensioners 7,539 11 4
Money paid for his Majesty's secret service without account (being interest to George Clarke on tallies assigned for the use of the Duke of Savoy) 916 5 3
Exchequer fees 2,658 2 0
£1,226,569 2 8
Leaving this accomptant in surplusage 91,258 17 8
To which is added money paid to several persons, detailed, for services relating to the Forces from 1687-8, Jan. 1, to 1692, March 31, by virtue of warrants, detailed 92,571 13 0
£183,830 10 8
Audit Office Bundle 55. Roll 47.
(The corresponding Pipe Account Roll 88 being perished on the right hand side.)
Earl Of Ranelagh.
1st April, 1692, to 31 March, 1699.
(This date is from the Pipe Account, as the front page of the Audit Account has only fragments left, and the date of the Account is gone.)
Charge.
l. s. d.
Arrears (this item has perished in both the Pipe and the Audit Account, but from the preceding Account it is) 92,571 13 0
Money out of the Exchequer in the several years mentioned (it is useless to give the details in the form stated in the account ; the actual amounts paid being grouped and sub-totalled, not chronologically, but according to the successive Privy Seals which directed or originated the payments out of the Exchequer to the Paymaster General of the Forces) 13,659,320 12
Money repaid to this accomptant by Col. Coningham 1,522 12 11
Profit gained by the remittance of money into Flanders 23,134 11 2
Money deducted by this accomptant upon clearing the Regiments, detailed 30,125 10
The value of sundry certificates made out by the Commissioners appointed to state the debt due to the Army, viz. the amounts so certified to be due for arrears of pay to officers, Regiments and Garrisons, detailed, to Lady day, 1699, upon the said Commissioners stating and determining the accounts of such pay, "which has been answered by debentures made out and delivered to them by this accomptant payable out of the money arising by the sale of forfeited estates in Ireland" : of which sums this accomptant has an allowance in the discharge side of this account 864,689 6 4
Total charge £14,671,364 5
Discharge.
l. s. d.
Surplusage 185,273 14 0
Pay of—
General officers 309,219 1
First Troop of Guards 124,795 1
Second ditto 130,289 1
Third ditto 125,886 2 2
Troop of Granadier Guards from 4 Oct., 1693, to 25 March, 1699 56,442 2 0½¼1/8
Troop of Scots Guards from 1st April, 1692, to 21 Dec., 1697 48,767 10 9
Royal Regiment of Horse 207,106 16
Major Gen. Lumley's Regiment of Horse 208,039 17 2
Regiment of Horse of Col. Godfrey, now Col. Langston 125,111 19
Ditto of Col. Cornelius Wood, lately of Lord Colchester 142,842 18 11½
Ditto of Brigadier Wyndham 139,357 19
Ditto of Col. Coy, now of the Earl of Arran 140,488 18 8
Ditto of Col. Leveson, now Col. Harvy 120,166 13
Ditto of the Duke of Schomberg 139,550 18 11
Ditto of the Earl of Macclesfield 103,779 9
Ditto of the Earl of Arran from 1 March, 1693-4, the time of their first raising, to the 8th Dec., 1697, when disbanded 81,021 12 4
Ditto of Lord Windsor for same time, approximately 81,477 7
Royal Regiment of Dragoons 128,806 11
Regiment of Dragoons of Col. Lloyd, lately Col. Leveson 113,835 9
Ditto of Earl of Essex 122,842 16 11½
Ditto of Col. Rosse, lately Col. Winne, from 1694, May, to 1698, April 27 75,683 7
Ditto of Lord Jedborough from 1693-4, March 1, to 1698, March 19 78,147 19 3
Ditto of Visct. Tiviott from 1692, April 1, to the respective days of each Troop's entering on the Scots Establishment in Feb. and March, 1697-8 107,401 17 5
Ditto of the Earl of Denbigh from 1693-4, March, when they were raised, to 1697, Dec. 18, when they were disbanded 73,999 8 4
Ditto of Col. Leigh for same dates, approximately 73,011 3 4
First Regiment of Foot Guards 355,411 1 10¾
Colstream ditto 181,467 0
Regiment of Scots Foot Guards from 1 April, 1692, to 31 Jan., 1697-8 125,627 13
Royal Regiment of Foot 200,400 19
Regiment of Foot of Brigadier Selwyn 100,129 5
Ditto of Brigadier Trelawney 100,041 8 4
Ditto of Major Gen. Churchill 100,341 5
Royal Regiment of Fuziliers 104,566 13
Regiment of Foot of Col. Webb, lately Col. Beaumont, from 1 April, 1692, to 19 March, 1697-8 86,910 3 1
Ditto of Sir Bevill Granville from 1 April, 1692, to 14 Aug., 1698 93,591 11
Ditto of Col. Brewer from 1 April, 1692, to 12 Jan., 1697-8 85,431 19
Ditto of Major Gen. Stewart from 21 March, 1693-4, to 24 Feb., 1697 54,314 9 11¾
Ditto of Sir John Jacob, lately Brigadier Hastings, from 1 April, 1692, to 31 March, 1698 85,299 16
Ditto of Col. How, late Sir James Ashe, from 1 April, 1692, to 12 March, 1697-8 89,840 3
Ditto of Col. Tidcombe, lately Col. Beveridge, for same dates, approximately 88,597 19
Ditto of Col. Frederick Hamilton, late the Earl of Meath, from 1 May, 1693, to 21 Dec., 1697 72,820 17 4
Ditto of Col. Stanley, lately Col. Hodges, from 1 April, 1692, to 24 Feb., 1697-8 88,984 8
Ditto of Sir Henry Bellasise from 13 April, 1694, to 25 March, 1698 56,215 15
Ditto of Col. Holt from 1 April, 1693, "to which time they are cleared upon this accompt," to the respective times of being disbanded 50,011 19 9
Ditto of Col. Dutton Colt, lately Col. Hales, from 1 Sept., 1692, to which time they are cleared, to 31 July, 1698 81,468 19 1
Ditto of Sir Mathew Bridges from 1 April, 1692, to 20 Dec., 1697 86,926 1
Ditto of Col. Lowder for same time, approximately 87,003 4
Ditto of Col. Lillingston, formerly Col. Foulkes, from 1 Sept., 1692, to 13 Jan., 1694-5 25,852 2
Ditto of same from 13 Jan., 1694-5, the day they were raised, to 31 May, 1696 7,806 0 4
Ditto of Col. Venner, now of the Marquis of Puissar, from 1 April, 1697, to 10 Dec., 1697 80,989 17 10¾
Ditto of Col. Seymour, lately Lord Cutts, from 1 April, 1692, to 31 July, 1698 93,055 16
Ditto of Sir David Colliear, now Lord Portmore, from 1 April, 1692, to 10 March, 1697-8 87,980 4 0
Ditto of Col. Collingwood, lately Col. Fitzpatricke, from 1 April, 1692, to 25 March, 1699 102,504 13 3
Ditto of Col. Farrington from 20 March, 1693-4, to disbandment in Feb. and March, 1697 58,391 9
Ditto of Brigadier Ingoldsby, lately Col. Herbert, from 1 April, 1692, to 24 Feb., 1697-8 86,076 4
Ditto of Lord Horne for same time, approximately 89,554 6
Ditto of Duke of Bolton for same time, approximately 88,329 14 11
Ditto of Col. Saunderson, lately Col. Castleton, for same time, approximately 89,143 5
Ditto of Col. Northcote from 1693-4, March 20, to 1697-8, March 7 57,140 13
Ditto of Col. Murray, lately Col. Mackay, from 1 April, 1692, to 21 Dec., 1697 87,227 13
Ditto of Brigadier Tiffen from 1 April, 1692, to 31 Jan., 1697-8 86,178 10 11
Ditto of Col. Collenbine from 1 April, 1692, to 25 July, 1698 92,298 17
Ditto of Col. Rowe, lately Col. D'Offarrell, from 1 April, 1692, to 31 Dec., 1697 87,819 19 10
Regiment of Foot of Brigadier Maitland, lately the Earl of Leven, from 1 April, 1692, to 8 Feb., 1697-8 89,568 13
Ditto of Col. George Hamilton from 1 April, 1694, to 21 Dec., 1697 58,451 18 10¾
Ditto of Lord Strathnaver from 1 April, 1694, to 21 Dec., 1697 56,942 3 7
Ditto of Col. Ferguson, lately of the Earl of Angus, from 1 April, 1692, to 21 Dec., 1697 87,497 4 5
Ditto of Col. Walter Phillip Collier for same time 87,516 0
Ditto of Col. Buchan from 1 April, 1694, to 8 Feb., 1697-8, when disbanded 58,942 9 1
Ditto of Col. Mordaunt, lately of the Earl of Monmouth, from 1 April, 1692, to 31 July, 1698 94,697 9 0
Ditto of Col. Brudenell from 29 March, 1694, to 14 March, 1697 56,488 1 10
The standing and disbanded Battalions commanded by Lieut. Gen. Erle, the one for the time of this account, the other from 1 April, 1692, to 2 March, 1697-8 185,872 19
Regiment of Foot of Brigadier Fairfax, lately of Col. Lloyd, from 1 April, 1692, to 13 August, 1698 94,118 14 8
Ditto of Col. Coote from 29 March, 1694, to 25 Feb., 1697-8 55,812 11 10¾
Ditto of Col. Gibson from 20 March, 1693-4, the time of their raising, to 21 Feb., 1697-8, being then disbanded 58,122 15 9
The four Independent Companies at New York, viz. the two old Companies, from 1691-2, Jan. 1, to 1694, April 30, and to the four Companies from 1 April, 1694, to 25 March, 1699, and for the arrears thereof satisfied in debentures abating poundage 26,596 1 11
The Independent Company of Foot in the Leeward Islands under Col. Norton, formerly under Col. Hill, from 1 May, 1689, to 25 March, 1699 9,465 11 0
The Company of Miners under Capt. John Pitts 10,062 13
The Independent Company under Capt. Garth from 1 Sept., 1697, to 30 June, 1699 2,995 1 10¾
Money paid for clearing the Regiment formerly of Col. Godfrey Lloyd and Duke of Bolton, and lately of Col. Holt, in the West Indies, from 1 April, 1690, the day to which they were last cleared, to 31 March, 1693 44,945 2 8
Pay of the Garrisons detailed as before 117,701 14 1/8
Fire and candle for the Garrisons 14,146 17 6
Pay and establishment of the five Trench Regiments, viz. Earl of Galway, from 1 April, 1692, to 31 March, 1694, and from 1 April, 1694, to 19 Sept., 1698 275,912 15 10
Ditto of Marquess de Miremont from 1 Jan., 1695-6, the commencement of the establishment thereof, to 27 Aug., 1698 52,265 0 8
Ditto of Maj. Gen. La Melioniere from 1 May, 1693, to 31 Dec., 1693, and from 31 Dec., 1693, to 27 Aug., 1698 94,819 10 4
Ditto of Earl of Lifford for same times 94,828 10 8
Ditto of Brigadiere Pierre de Belcastle for same times 94,744 8 6
Money paid to the order of the Duke of Wirtemberg, Commander in Chief of the Danish Forces, on account of pay of the Danish Forces (over and above the sums paid by this accomptant to Jacob Vander Esch, late Paymaster of the Dutch and Danish Forces) : to be deducted and surcharged on this accomptant on clearing the said Forces 17,360 10 0
Money paid for the use of the Forces in Piedmont under the Earl of Galway (and for payments to Anthony Lulin, merchant, for clothing furnished by Petier Oliviere for the said Forces in 1695 and 1696) 45,209 14 1
For levy money for raising and recruiting several Regiments, Troops and Companies, detailed 89,935 19 9
Money paid for subsidies to the Duke of Savoy 399,543 15 0
Ditto to the Sieur Van Dauckelman, Envoy Extraordinary of the Elector of Brandenburg, for the pay of the said Elector's Forces 51,477 6 10
Payments at the Swedish Court 11,900 0 0
Payments on account of subsidy and otherwise for the Elector of Saxony 40,890 1 9
Payments on account of subsidies payable to the Duke of Holstein Gottorp 7,015 9 0
Medicaments 19,312 2 4
Provisions and transports 44,675 11 4
Contingencies, viz. :—
Equipage of officers etc. 7,400 0 0
Pay of several persons belonging to the Forces 64,049 7
Ditto of respited persons 1,234 14 2
Bounty money and rewards 17,514 15 9
Care of Sick and Wounded of items by warrants, detailed 205 5 11
Transport 543 4 8
Recruiting and remounting, of items by warrants, detailed 1,406 11 3
Payments to deserters from the enemy, viz. to the Consul at Barcelona for subsisting 675 deserters, and to 728 deserters in Catalonia 1,418 9 0
Drugs, medicines and chirurgical instruments 1,295 12 7
Waggon money, fire and candle and other contingencies for the several Regiments, detailed 64,726 13 7
Contingencies, detailed, for the Secretary at War's Office and the Office of the Chief Deputy Commissary of the Musters 2,670 11 4
Payments upon warrants for special services relating to the Forces 9,043 1 10
Sundry contingencies, detailed 14,110 10 4
One fourth part of the late King William III's intended subscription to the National Land Bank 1,250 0 0
Repayments of moneys paid by several persons on their subscriptions to the National Land Bank 561 15 0
Money paid upon account of the Expedition to Newfoundland by warrants, detailed 3,000 0 0
Repayment to Sir Joseph Herne and Sir Stephen Evance of money paid to Col. Lillingston's Regiment in the West Indies nil
Money paid to Thomas Fotherby to clear the balances, detailed, due to him upon several accounts of moneys received by him for the Forces 732 14
Allowance for discount of tallies, malt tickets, bank notes and interest and charges upon protested bills of exchange 63,665 11 5
Loss by guineas, by exchange and remittances of money 11,619 4
Money paid for the service of the Forces sent to the West Indies 4,804 10 0
Repayments into the Exchequer : Clipped money, 13,500l. ; old Exchequer bills, 29,475l. 42,975 0 0
Total discharge £9,734,555 9 1/8
Remains, 4,936,808l. 15s. 11¼1/8d.
Against which depending on sub-accountants for moneys paid to them for the Forces—
Anno 1 Jan., 1687-8, to 30 April, 1689 13,930 0 0
1 Jan., 1689, to 31 Dec., 1690 7,580 0 0
1 Jan., 1690, to 31 March, 1692 71,061 13 0
1 April, 1692, to 25 March, 1699 27,576 6 0
£120,147 19 0
The account is manifestly unfinished : one sheet is lost by comparing with the Pipe Account.
And so the accomptant remains indebted
The Pipe Roll Account does not appear to have been declared.
The enrolment clause at the head of the account if ever it was made is now quite invisible because of dirt and rubbing of the front skin of the Account.