House of Commons Journal Volume 8
29 December 1660

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 8: 29 December 1660', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 8: 1660-1667 (1802), pp. 234-244. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=26337 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Saturday, 29th December, 1660.

Prayers.

Poll Bill.

THE Lord Valentia reports the Effect of the Conference had last Night with the Lords, upon their Amendments to the Bill for supplying the Defects of the Poll Bill:

That their Lordships delivered their former Proviso, with some Alteration; being, with the Alteration, as followeth:

"Provided always, and be it Enacted, That this Act, or any thing therein contained, shall not extend to any Peer of this Realm, in point of Assessment, Imprisonment, Distress, or otherwise; Provision being made, in the said first recited Act, for the Assessing of the said Peers, by certain Peers who are therein named and appointed in that Behalf. And be it further Enacted, That the Lord Chancellor, Lord Treasurer, the Lord Steward of his Majesty's Houshold, Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty's Houshold, the Earl of Northampton, Lord Howard of Charlton, the Lord Roberts, the Lord Grey of Warke, the Lord Craven, the Lord Mohun, and the Lord Hatton, be added to the Peers named in the said first recited Act for the Assessing of the Peers, according to the said recited Act:"

And so these Words were struck out by the Lords from the Proviso, as it first came down; viz.

* * * *

The Committee insisting upon it, that there was no Obligation on the Lords Commissioners for the Peers to assess the Peers; they returned into their House: And after, delivered an Addition to the said Proviso, in Paper, as followeth:

"Which said Lords Commissioners, or any Five of them, in this and the former Act named, shall have Power to assess, levy, and collect, all such Sums of Money as shall be assessed, according to the Tenor of this and the former Act, upon such Peers who have not paid proportionably to their Estates:

So, with that Addition, they adhered as formerly; expressing themselves sorry that there having been hitherto so good a Correspondence betwixt the Houses, they should be now suspected, in this House; taking notice, that, in the late Times of Misery, they suffered as much as any; and hope nothing shall be done to the Prejudice of their Privileges; adding, that they hope they shall be ready to strain themselves as far as this House.

Resolved, That this House doth agree to this Proviso, with the Amendments.

Resolved, That this House doth agree to all the other Amendments to this Bill, which were sent from the Lords, and in which this House did formerly adhere.

Ditto.

Resolved, That Sir John Holland be desired to go to the Lords, and acquaint them, that this House doth concur with their Lordships, in the Amendments to the Bill for supplying the Defects to the Poll Bill, as they were delivered at the last Conference; and to put their Lordships in mind of the Bill for encouraging the Fishing Trade.

A Message from the Lords, by Mr. Child and * *, Two Masters of Chancery;

Bills from Lords.

Mr. Speaker, The Lords have sent you the Bill for raising Seventy thousand Pounds for his Majesty's further Supply; with Addition of a Proviso: To which the Concurrence of this House is desired.

They have likewise returned the Act concerning Wine Licences, according to the Desire of this House.

The Proviso, from the Lords, to the Bill for Seventy thousand Pounds, was read; being as followeth:

"Provided always, That this Act, nor any thing therein contained, shall be drawn into Example, to the Prejudice of the ancient Rights belonging to the Peers of this Realm:" And, on the Question, was agreed unto.

Memorandum, This Proviso was annexed to the Bill next before the Clause for additional Commissioners.

Letters delivered.

Mr. Speaker did this Day deliver in Three Letters directed to himself with Three Petitions inclosed in them: viz. Two from William Howlett, Prisoner in Newgate; and the other from Sir James Harrington.

Answer to Lords.

The Messengers being called in again, Mr. Speaker gave them Answer;

The House have considered of your Message; and of the Proviso sent from the Lords; and to the Bill for One Month's Assessment; and do agree to the said Proviso.

Endowing Vicarages.

Ordered, That Mr. Bulkley do go to the Lords, and desire them to give Dispatch to the Bill for Augmentation of poor Vicarages.

Debt to Lockart.

Sir Thomas Clergis reports from the Committee for stating the Debts of the Navy and Army, and other publick Debts of this Kingdom, That, upon Examination of the Accounts of Colonel William Lockart, concerning the Garison of Donkerke, it appeareth to this Committee, that there is due to the said Colonel Lockart, from the Sixteenth of February (which was the Time of the Restitution of the secluded Members) to the First of June (which was the Time of the said Lockart's leaving of that Garison) the Sum of Seven thousand Three hundred Fifty-seven Pounds Five Shillings Eight-pence.

Debt to Dicke.

He also presents a Report from the Committee to whom the publick Debts are referred, the Opinion of the said Committee, upon Consideration of the Petition of Sir Andrew Dicke and John Joussey, for the Debt of Sir William Dicke, deceased, and of Christian English, one of the Creditors, That the Sum of Two thousand Pounds be paid to Sir Andrew Dicke and John Joussey, for the present Support of the distressed Family of Sir William Dicke; and that One thousand Pounds be paid to Mr. Christian English, one of the Creditors of Sir William Dicke; and that the before mentioned Sum of Two thousand Pounds, and this One thousand Pounds, be in Discharge of so much of the Debt of the said Sir William Dicke.

Resolved, That the several Sums of Two thousand Pounds and One thousand Pounds be and are hereby charged on the Arrears of Excise, due the Twenty-fifth of December Instant, and paid as followeth; that is to say, the Sum of Two thousand Pounds to Sir Andrew Dicke and John Joussey, for the present Support of the distressed Family of Sir Wm. Dicke, deceased; and the said Sum of One thousand Pounds to Christian English, Widow, one of the Creditors of the said Sir William Dicke; in Course, after the Sums charged by former Orders of this Parliament on the Excise shall be satisfied: And the Commissioners, Treasurers, or other Persons, who are or shall be employed for Receipt of the said Arrears of Excise, are impowered and required to pay the same accordingly: And this Order, with the respective Acquittances of the said Persons testifying the Receipt thereof, shall be to the said Commissioners, and other Persons, a sufficient Warrant and Discharge.

A Message from the Lords, by Mr. Child and * *, Two Masters of Chancery;

Wool and Fullers Earth.

Mr. Speaker, The Lords have here sent you a Bill, intituled, An Act for prohibiting the Exportation of Wool, Wool-fells, &c.; to which their Lordships have made several Alterations and Amendments; and desire the Concurrence of this House.

The Amendments, sent from the Lords, to the Bill prohibiting the Exportation of Wool, were read; and upon the Question, agreed unto; the same being as followeth:

1 Skin, 19 Line, instead of "Five-and-twentieth Day of December," read "Fourteenth Day of January."

23 Line, after the Word "Wales," and before the Word "or," put in these Words, "or Town of Barwicke upon Tweed."

33 Line, after the Word "Ireland," and before the next Word "or," put in these Words, "or Town of "Barwicke."

37 Line, after the Word "Ireland," and before the Word "Isles," put in these Words, "Town of Barwicke."

39 Line, after the Word "Ireland," and before the Word "Isles," put in these Words, "Town of Barwicke."

43 Line, instead of "Five-and-twentieth Day of December," read "Fourteenth of January."

45 Line, after the Word "Wales," and before the next Word "or," put in these Words, "or Town of Barwicke."

48 Line, after the Word "aforesaid," leave out all to the Word "and," in the 2d Skin, the 12 Line; and, instead thereof, put in these Words, "That all and every the Offender and Offenders, Offence and Offences aforesaid, shall be subject and liable to the respective Pains, Penalties, and Forfeitures, hereafter following; that is to say, the said Sheep, Wools, Wool-fells, Mortlings, Shorlings, Yarn made of Wool, Wool Flocks, Fullers Earth, and Fulling Clay, so exported, transported, carried, conveyed, packed, or loaden, contrary to the true Intent of this Act, shall be forfeited; and that every Offender and Offenders therein shall forfeit Twenty Shillings for every such Sheep, and Three Shillings for every Pound Weight of such Wool, Wool-fells, Mortlings, Shorlings, Yarn made of Wool, Wool Flocks, Fullers Earth, or Fulling Clay; and also the Owners of the said Ships or Vessels, knowing such Offence, shall forfeit all their Interests in the said Ships or Vessels, with all their Apparel and Furniture to them and every of them belonging; and that the Master and Mariners thereof, knowing such Offence, and wittingly and willingly aiding and assisting thereunto, shall forfeit all their Goods and Chattels, and have Imprisonment for the Space of Three Months, without Bail or Mainprize: The one Moiety of which said Penalties and Forfeiture shall be to the King's Majesty, his Heirs and Successors; and the other Moiety to him that will sue for the same by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint, or Information, in any of his Majesty's Courts of Record, or before the Justices of Assize, or in the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace; in which Suit no Essoign, Protection, or Wager of Law, shall be allowed. And be it further Enacted, That if any Merchant, or other Person or Persons, shall, after the said Fourteenth Day of January, transport, or cause to be transported, any Sheep, Wool, Wool-fells, Mortlings, Shorlings, Woollen Yarn, Wool Flocks, Fullers Earth, or Fulling Clay, contrary to the true Intent of this Act, and be thereof lawfully convicted; that then he shall be disabled to require any Debt or Account of any Factor or others, for or concerning any Debt or Estate properly belonging to such Offender. Provided always, and it is nevertheless Declared, That this Act, or any thing therein contained, shall not be construed to take away any greater Pains or Penalties inflicted, or to be inflicted, for any the Penalties aforesaid, by virtue of any former Act of Parliament now in Force."

2 Skin, 20 Line, the Clause beginning with the Word "Provided," and ending with the Word "Law" in the 23 Line, to be left out.

24 Line, after the Word "Offence," put in the Word "aforesaid."

25 Line, leave out the Words "made Felony by this Act."

25 and 26 Lines, instead of the Words "thereof indicted," put in the Word "prosecuted."

29 Line, after the Word "Behoof," and before the next Word "all," put in these Words, and "to the Use of the King, his Heirs and Successors."

34 Line, after the Word "Ireland," and before the Word "Isles," put in these Words, "Town of Barwicke."

39 and 40 Lines, instead of the Words "and absolute Properties," put in the Word "Moiety."

42 Line, after the Words "allowed to," and before the Word "give," leave out these Words, "prosecute, or to."

44 Line, after the Word "questioned," and before the Word "by," leave out these Words, "or arraigned, or tried for Felony."

60 Line, after the Word "Ireland," and before the Word "Isles," put in these Words, "or Town of Barwicke."

3 Skin, 16 Line, after the Word "Jersey," instead of the Words "Six hundred," read "Two thousand."

The same Line, after the Word "Guernzey," and before the Word "Alderney," leave out the Word "with," and put in these Words," "One thousand Tods, and no more, of uncombed Wool, and unto;" and after the Word "Alderney," put in these Words, "Two hundred Tods, and no more, of uncombed Wool."

17 Line, after the Word "and," and before the Word "Sarke," put in the Word "unto;" and after the Word "Sarke," and before the Word "hundred," leave out the Word "Six," and put in the Word, "One."

24 Line, leave out the Words "Six hundred;" and instead thereof, read "Two thousand."

28 Line, after the Word "of," and before the Word "Guernzey," leave out the Words "Jersey or."

30 Line, leave out the Words "Six hundred Tods;" and instead thereof, read "One thousand Tods for Guernzey, Two hundred Tods for Alderney, and One hundred Tods for Sarke."

Wool and Fullers Earth.

The Messengers being againg called in; Mr. Speaker gave them this Answer;

The House have considered of your Message; and the Amendments you brought down to the Bill to prohibit the Transportation of Wool, &c.; and they do agree to all the Amendments.

Debt to Davies.

The Lord Angier reports from the Committee for stating the Debts of the Army and Navy, and other publick Debts of the Kingdom, the State of the Debt due to Mr. Davies:

In pursuance of an Order of the House of Commons, of the Eighteenth of December 1660, this Committee have taken into Consideration the Petition of John Davyes, of Carickfergus in the Kingdom of Ireland, Esquire; and, upon Examination of the Matter contained in the said Petition, do find;

£. s. d.
That there is due to the said Mr. Davies, by an Assignment from Sir Arthur Blundell, which was due to him by Ordinance of Parliament, dated 22 August 1648, and charged upon the Excise, being for Money, Plate, and Goods, delivered to the Lord Castle, Steward, for the Use of the Garison of Fort Falkland in Ireland 940 3 1
For Interest for 7,500£. lent for the Service of Ireland, Anno 1646, on the Credit of an Ordinance, dated 23 May 1646, whereby the Interest of Monies so lent was appointed to be paid, the Sum of 1,197 4 10½
For Monies paid to Colonel Algernon Sydney, upon the Assignment of an Order of the Committee for the Affairs of Ireland, dated the 19th October 1648, for Service by him done in the Years 1646 and 1647, the Sum of 1,809£. 13s. 8d.; of which unpaid 1,298 4 -
And for Monies disbursed to Persons appointed to assist the Collectors in bringing in 69,480£. 2s. 3d. upon the several Assessments for Ireland, for which Six-pence per pound was allowed by an Order of the Committee for the Affairs of Ireland, dated 21 September 1648, the Sum of 1,737 - -
In all due to the said Mr. Davies £.5,172 11 11½

Upon Consideration of the whole Matter, it is the Opinion of this Committee, That the Sums herein contained be reported to the House, as a due Debt to the aforesaid John Davies.

The Question being put, That this House doth agree with the Committee, that the Sum in the Report mentioned, and claimed by Mr. John Davies, be taken as a publick Debt; and ought to be taken care of;

The House was divided.

The Yeas went forth.

Lord Angier, Tellers for the Yeas: 82.
Mr. Palmer, With the Yeas,
Mr. Thomas, Tellers for the Noes: 108.
Sir Hen. Cholmley, With the Noes,

So it passed with the Negative.

Grant to Gardner.

The humble Petition of Maurice Gardner was read:

Resolved, That the Sum of One hundred Pounds be and is hereby allowed to the Petitioner; and that the same be charged upon the Arrears of the Excise, and paid, in Course, to the said Maurice Gardner, or his Assigns, after the other Sums charged on the Excise by former Orders of this Parliament, shall be satisfied: And the Commissioners, Treasurers, and other Persons, who shall receive the said Arrears, are hereby impowered and required to pay the same accordingly: And this Order, with the Acquittance of the said Maurice Gardner, or his Assigns, testifying the Receipt thereof, shall be to the said Commissioners, Treasurers, or other Person who shall pay the same, as sufficient Warrant and Discharge.

Invalid Soldiers, &c.

The humble Petition of One hundred and odd lame Soldiers, Widows, and Orphans, which continually attend the House Door, and which were set out under the Command of the Earl of Essex, for the King and Parliament; was this Day read; and laid aside.

Christ's Hospital.

The humble Petition of the Mayor, Commonalty, and Citizens, of the City of London, Governors of Christ Hospital, was read;

Ordered, That the Sum of Seven thousand Four hundred Twenty-seven Pounds Thirteen Shillings, given by Richard Aldworth Esquire, deceased, be charged upon the Arrears of Excise due the Twenty-fifth of December Instant, and paid to the said Governors, or their Assigns, in Course, after the other Sums shall be satisfied, which are charged on the Arrears of Excise by former Orders of this present Parliament: And the Commissioners, Treasurers, or other Person or Persons who shall receive the said Arrears, are hereby authorized and required to pay the same accordingly: And this Order, together with the Acquittance of the said Governors, or their Assigns, shall be to the said Commissioners, Treasurers, and other Person or Persons who shall pay the same, a sufficient Warrant and Discharge.

Captives in Turkey.

The humble Petition of divers poor Persons, whose Relations, or themselves, were in Captivity before 1642, was read.

Ordered, That the Restriction on the Order of this House of the Twentieth of December Instant, whereby Ten thousand Pounds is granted for Redemption of Persons now in Captivity, who were taken in English Ships since 1642, be taken off; and that the Petitioners have equal Relief with the other Captives in that Order mentioned, out of the said Sum of Ten thousand Pounds ordered to the said Captives: And that the said Ten thousand Pounds be charged, in Course, upon the Arrears of the Excise, after the Monies charged thereupon by former Orders of this Parliament shall be satisfied.

Excise.

Resolved, That this House do go on with the Bill for bringing in the Arrears of the Excise.

The ingrossed Bill for collecting and levying the Arrears of Excise, with the List of Debts charged thereon by the Vote of Yesterday in the Afternoon, was read.

Resolved, That the List of additional Debts, charged on the Arrears of Excise, be ingrossed into the Bill.

Resolved, That this be the Title of the Bill; viz. An Act for collecting and levying the Arrears of Excise.

A Proviso was tendered to this Bill: That the said Commissioners for Accompts, or any Three or more of them, shall have full Power and Authority, in Manner and Form as aforesaid, to take, examine, and state the Accompts of the late Collectors and Commissioners for Prize Goods; and of all other Collectors, Treasurers, and other Persons whatsoever, accountable to the Public, excepted out of, and not pardoned by, the general Act of Indemnity and Oblivion, made this Parliament; and to levy all such Sum and Sums of Money, and other Arrears, which they shall find due, upon the stating of their respective Accompts in such manner as is before expressed; to be paid unto and issued out by the Treasurers aforesaid, for and towards the Discharge of the Debts of the Navy: And that the Sum of One thousand Pounds, which shall be first raised out of the Arrears of Prize Goods, shall be issued and paid out, by the Treasurers aforesaid, for and towards the Redemption of such English Seamen, taken in English Vessels, as are now in Captivity under the Turks and Moors; and to the Use of other English Captives, their Widows or Children, formerly redeemed from Captivity by themselves or their Friends, in hopes to be reimbursed out of the Duty of the Moiety of One per Cent', (levied for that End, since diverted to pay and supply the Navy); in such Proportions as the said Commissioners for Accompts, upon Examination of their respective Cases, Conditions, and Necessities, shall think fit: Whose Acquittances and Receipts for the said Sums, or any Part thereof, shall be a sufficient Discharge to the said Treasurers.

Message to attend the King.

The House being informed, that the Usher of the Black Rod was at the Door, he was called in; and, making Three several Obeysances, as is usual, delivered this Message;

Mr. Speaker,

The King hath commanded me to call you, and the rest of the Members of this House, presently to him into the House of Lords.

The Speaker, and the rest of the Members of this House accompanying him, went to the Lords House accordingly; Mr. Speaker carrying with him the Bills following, (being passed both Houses); viz. The Bill for Six Months Assessments: The Bill for raising Seventy thousand Pounds for further Supply of his Majesty: The Bill for levying the Arrears of Assessments: The Bill for establishing the Post Office: The Bill for Wine Licences; and, The Bill for supplying the Defects of the Poll Bill.

Royal Assent to Bills.

Mr. Speaker, and the Members of this House, being come into the House of Peers, and his Majesty seating himself in his Royal Chair of State, Mr. Speaker, after an eloquent Oration, presented the Bills by him carried up. To which, with some others, his Majesty gave his Royal Assent: And, after that, was pleased to make a gracious Speech to both Houses of Parliament, there assembled, to the Tenor following; viz.

My Lords and Gentlemen,

The King's Speech.

"I WILL not entertain you with a long Discourse; the Sum of all I have to say to you being but to give you Thanks, very hearty Thanks: And, I assure you, I find it a very difficult Work to satisfy Myself in my own Expressions of those Thanks, perfunctory Thanks. Ordinary Thanks for ordinary Civilities are easily given; but when the Heart is as full as Mine is, it is a Labour to thank you. You have taken great Pains to oblige Me; and therefore it cannot be easy for Me to express the Sense I have of it."

"I will enlarge no further to you, on this Occasion, than to tell you, that, when God brought me hither, I brought with me an extraordinary Affection and Esteem for Parliaments. I need not tell you, how much it is improved by your Carriage towards Me. You have outdone all the good and obliging Acts of your Predecessors towards the Crown; And, therefore, you cannot but believe my heart is exceedingly enlarged with the Acknowledgment. Many former Parliaments have had particular Denominations, from what they have done; they have been styled Learned, and Unlearned; and sometimes have had worse Epithets: I pray let us all resolve, that this be for ever called The Healing and the Blessed Parliament."

"As I thank you, though not enough, for what you have done; so I have not the least doubt, (by the Blessing of God) but, when I shall call the next Parliament, (which I shall do as soon as you can reasonably expect or desire) I shall receive your Thanks, for what I have done since I parted with you: For I deal truly with you, I shall not more propose any one Rule to myself, in My Actions and My Councils, than this; What is a Parliament like to think of This Action, or This Council? And it shall be want of Understanding in Me, if it will not bear That Test."

"I shall conclude with This, which I cannot say too often, nor you too often where you go, That, next to the miraculous Blessing of God Almighty, and, indeed, as an immediate Effect of that Blessing; I do impute the good Disposition and Security we are all in, to the happy Act of Indemnity and Oblivion: That is the principal Cornerstone which supports this excellent Building; That creates Kindness in us to each other, and Confidence in our joint and common Security. You may be sure, I will not only observe it religiously and inviolably Myself, but also exact the Observation of it from others. And, if any Person should ever have the boldness to attempt to persuade Me to the contrary, he will find such an Acceptation from Me, as He would have who should persuade Me to burn Magna Charta cancel all the old Laws, and to erect a new Government after Mine own Invention and Appetite."

"There are many other Particulars which I will not trust My own Memory with, but will require the Chancellor to say the rest to you."

Ld. Chancellor's Speech.

After which the Lord Chancellor made an eloquent Oration to both Houses; and concluded it thus;

Parliament dissolved.

"I have no more to add, but the Words of Custom; That the King declares this present Parliament to be dissolved: And this present Parliament is dissolved."

Excise.

A REPORT was presented to the House on the 18th Day of December Instant, by Colonel Birch: Which is here entered; and is as followeth:

"At the Committee, to whom the Bill for Excise was referred;"

"Ordered, That Colonel Birch do report the Bill for Foreign and Inland Excise."

"Ordered, That Colonel Birch do report to the Houses all the Debts charged upon the Excise, by the Lords and Commons, before the Seventh Day of December 1648, and yet unsatisfied; except such as were payable to any of the Persons excepted in the Act of Oblivion; in order to be inserted into the Bill of Foreign and Inland Excise."

Excise.

"Ordered, That Colonel Birch do likewise report a List of Debts, charged by this Parliament, and yet unsatisfied, to be inserted in the said Bill; that is to say, Upon One Ordinance of Parliament, dated the Thirteenth Day of May 1647; the several Sums following:" viz.

£. s. d.
To Thomas Walker 252 10 -
To Alderman Thomas Atkin 1,489 16 8
To Thomas Gouch 48 15 10
To John Moody 470 12 4
To Symon Ash and Anthony Tuckney 460 - -
To Alderman William Gibbs 485 19 4
To Alderman John Langham 5,310 7 8
To James Clerke and Michaell Warren 805 16 -
To John Clarke 381 8 -
To John Gellebrand 224 8 4
To Wm. Hall 154 14 4
To John Scudamore 218 6 -
To Francis Drake and John Wollfris 616 11 -
To John Gace 227 16 -
To Alderman Samuell Avery 19 10 -
To Alderman Thomas Foote 1,437 17 8
To Thomas Harrott 536 3 -
To Alderman Richard Chiverton 450 14 -
To Deputy Thomas Arnold 736 16 4
To Wm. Marsh 103 10 10
To Thomas Barnes 802 8 8
To Lawrence Brinley 820 5 4
To George Foxcroft 10 - -
To John Babington 525 8 8
To Sir Thomas Viner 1,304 14 8
To Mary Pinchin 76 7 4
To Edward Vaughan 559 12 6
To Marke Hildsley 125 18 6
To Siriach Skinner 1,166 14 8
To John Marsh 274 - -
To Alderman Tempest Milner 271 - -
To Maurice Gething 141 9 6
To Edward Hallbrooke 52 11 8
To Valentine Boothby 2,500 - -
To Samuell Foote 42 - -
To Alderman Richard King 290 10 -
To Thomas Barnes 607 - -
To Sir Thomas Viner 483 11 4
To Charles George 280 1 6
To Alexander Bence 1,374 3 4
To William Rowell 693 - -
To John Gregory 187 16 8
To Wm. White 324 14 -
To Jane Harwood 138 14 4
To George Foxcroft 3,208 6 6
To Elizabeth Reynolds 236 15 2
To James Campion 285 9 8
To Wm. Benson 9 1 -
To William Burrowes 256 12 10
To Maurice Gething 27 1 10
To Elizabeth and Robert Bellamy 133 3 6
To John Nelthrop 73 9 6
To Thomas Ashwell 598 15 4
To John Bolton 137 13 -
To Aquila Garfeild 176 - -
To Gunter Morrell 479 10 8
To John Nelthrope 300 - -
To Peter Newton 175 12 6
To Christopher Packe 140 - -
To Andrew Vanley 380 2 8
To Wm. Beake 790 3 6
To William Beake 259 13 4
To John Cutler 795 16 -
To Edward Smith 163 13 -
To Alderman Tempest Milner 534 4 8
To George Foxcroft 264 10 -
To Dame Ann Moulsonn 6,082 8 8
To Sir Anthony Bateman 572 9 8
To Sir William Bateman 572 9 8
To Sir Anthony Bateman 357 2 4
To Sir William Bateman 465 6 -
To Jacob Strange 122 4 4
To Alderman Thomas Cullum 1,564 13 4
To Peter Jurion 197 7 -
To Alexander Jones 509 15 2
To James Story 289 4 8
To James Story 147 5 -
To John Cropley 1,376 3 2
To John Carderow 320 - -
To John Austy 45 15 6
To Samuell Payne 50 16 8
To John Brett 554 1 4
To John Brett 66 7 4
To Alderman Tempest Milner 465 - -
To Elizabeth Hough 295 6 8
To George Foxcroft 532 3 2
To Elizabeth Evileigh 171 16 6
To Dame Ann Moulson 546 9 8
To George Foxcroft 115 18 6
To Symon Weeden 155 17 8
To Thomas Kemp 323 2 6
To Michaell Wilkins 41 1 -
To Mathew Jumper 526 5 -
To Mary Vickars 521 7 10
To Nathanaell Ward 508 6 10
To John Dethicke 1,092 14 8
To Rebecca Wilmore 2,089 3 2
To Colonel Thomas Player 245 6 8
To Hatton Barners 165 14 -
To George Clarke 174 18 -
To Edward Smith 183 8 8
To Christopher Searle 602 10 -
To Aquila Garfield 646 6 -
To Thomas Lamb 123 1 4
To Humphry Prymate 100 - -
To Peter Houblon 545 18 4
To Samuell Smith and William Leman 1,050 12 8
To John Aston 167 1 4
To Alderman Richard Chiverton 301 10 -
To Humphry Prymate 130 - -
To William Marsh 312 12 -
To Humphry Whitwicke 40 10 -
To James Campion 240 2 10
To Peter Houblon 189 6 4
To Robert Gravenor 257 13 8
To Eleanor Castle 234 11 4
To Wilmott Harford 152 9 8
To William Greene 365 12 -
To Hatton Barners 71 - -
To Edward Cooke 181 2 -
To Richard Shelberry 235 - -
To John Laurance 1,521 1 -
To John Bolton 58 2 4
To George Witham 2,041 4 6
To John Johnson 137 10 -
To Edward Cressett 23 - -
To Alderman Tempest Milner 43 8 8
To William Wing 76 14 8
To Henry Raper 410 12 -
To George Thorp 81 2 -
To Richard Garford 220 - -
To Benedict Scott 119 6 8
To Richard and Mary Slany 481 9 4
To Dame Honoria Watkins 2,615 1 4
To Nathaniell Anderton and Hugh Nettleship 218 8 8
To John Marsh 164 12 8
To Thomas Culling 380 6 8
To Benjamin Woodnoth 450 5 -
To John Dethicke 761 2 10
To Phillip Parker 263 - 8
To Edward Smith 417 12 8
To William Rusholt, &c. 1,033 18 -
To Thomas Ruddyard 214 9 4
To Robert Browne 149 9 -
To Erasmus Smith 338 15 2
To John Gace 60 11 8
To Rebecca Gose 56 10 10
To Christopher Searle 158 2 4
To Thomas Wickes 82 - -
To Thomas Arnold, &c. 130 9 4
To Thomas Arnold, &c. 131 - -
To Mrs. Mary Saint Loe 325 4 6
To John Bagnall 64 18 -
To John Hinde 157 15 4
To Erasmus Smith 199 10 6
To Colonel Christopher Whitchcott 545 11 -
To Colonel Christopher Whitchcot 98 2 8
To Thomas Harriott 50 18 -
To Russell Alsope 274 9 4
To Elizabeth Clarke 108 8 -
To Nathaniell Stevens 575 2 6
To Richard Woodnoth 267 15 -
To Richard Shelbury 181 6 10
To Ann Shelbury 60 17 10
To John Shelbury 200 13 4
To Dame Mary Lidcott 210 13 -
To Richard Mills 1,856 9 10
To Alderman Tempest Milner 161 - -
To Humphry Robinson 215 1 8
To John Sampson 101 6 -
To Jonathan Blackwell 509 1 10
To Dame Margret Hungerford 138 13 4
To Robert Thompson 199 17 10
To Thomas Boone 193 6 10
To John Moodey 55 2 10
To Symon Hackett 43 - -
To Edward and Andrew Hopegood 1,104 4 4
To Elizabeth Herring 4,132 6 8
To John King 122 19 6
To Timothy Alsope 138 19 4
To Phillip Francis 138 16 -
To Christopher Seely 138 19 4
To Mary Bound 64 6 8
To James Whitehall 49 8 8
To Benedict Scott 285 16 -
To John Boulton 259 2 10
To Edward Anthony 156 15 -
To Thomas Hall, Richard Bracy, &c. 305 5 4
To John Benthall 427 5 6
To Samuell Moyer 286 10 -
To Henry Spurstow 593 16 -
To Thomas Walker 380 10 4
To Isaacke Light 858 10 10
To Humphry Jones 25 - -
To Elizabeth Lee 268 9 4
To Daniell Deeves 157 19 4
To John Mayo 1,789 6 8
To Joseph and Benjamin Collyer 666 12 10
To Henry Andrews 114 7 -
To Russell Alsope 137 19 -
To Katherine Walker 349 5 -
To Thomas Hatton 540 10 -
To Edward Phillips 40 - -
To William Hobson 324 9 10
To Thomas Culling 493 12 2
To Thomas Stubbins 287 7 4
To Wm. Bridges 188 19 -
To Christopher Searle 280 12 4
To Thomas Pidocke 567 17 6
To Sarah Methwold 661 10 -
To John Babington 182 12 -
To Abraham Chambers 2,334 4 -
To Laurance Brinley 748 - -
To Laurance Brinley 61 - -
To Thomas Garrett 1,728 - -
To Richard Legat 108 16 -
To Edward and Andrew Hopegood 159 15 -
To Francis Kirkham 310 - -
To John Pargiter 63 4 8
To John Floyd 201 13 -
To Alexander Jackson 136 12 2
To Katherine Molton 406 15 10
To Thomas Steventon 101 2 -
To Mary Browne 191 9 8
To Francis Finch 534 15 8
To Edward Corbett 68 10 -
To George Vaux 165 19 2
To Wm. Ward 103 3 6
To Alexander Pollington 376 10 10
To Edward Barcocke 327 7 10
To Silvester Anderton 42 2 -
To Nicholas Gould 1,807 3 4
To John Boulton 578 17 6
To John Delillers 826 7 -
To Thomas Culling 12 17 4
To Laurance Peacocke 249 16 10
To Wm. Benson 96 17 4
To Peter Honywood 129 13 -
To George Thorp 97 10 8
To Constance Wallis 65 16 -
To Constance Wallis 111 9 4
To John Wallis 75 - -
To Evars Armine 110 - -
To Nathaniell Tayler 501 12 -
To Humphry Whitwicke 560 - -
To John Smith 852 - -
To George Poyner 1,304 6 -
To John Marshall 241 14 8
To John Marshall 93 17 4
To Simon Hackett 126 8 -
To John Pemell 338 9 -
To James Story 31 12 4
To James Story 336 18 -
To Charles Lloyd 181 9 4
To Charles Lloyd 611 3 6
To Edward Smith 627 14 10
To Abraham Chambers 72 - -
To John Alleyne 79 14 4
To Jane Meade 315 4 8
To Hugh Smithson, &c. 3,022 10 10
To John Steventon 105 - 4
To John Benbow 81 5 -
To Wm. Stone 150 - -
To John Boyse 261 12 -
To Sarah Morewood 144 - -
To John Goodwin 142 10 -
To John Bagnall 237 18 -
To John Maynard 89 18 10
To Francis Alleyne 1,852 11 10
To Edward Mosely 87 12 6
To Geofry Howland 488 19 8
To Christopher Searle 478 9 -
To Sir Richard Lucy 1,723 12 8
To John Greensmith 791 11 8
To Sir Michaell Armine 970 10 -
To Baron Atkins 105 4 8
To Wm. Peake 173 15 4
To Elizabeth Castleman 160 8 10
To Elizabeth Castleman 35 4 -
To George Monson 210 19 10
To Peter Ducane 700 9 2
To Nicholas Skinner 778 18 8
To Mathew Turner 48 4 8
To Mathew Bigge 632 15 2
To William Wright 639 8 8
To Michael Holeman 697 7 10
To Richard Holeman 131 7 6
To John Waterton 166 - 8
To William Gunston 161 12 -
To Magdalen Boyse 202 - -
To William Parker 131 10 -
To Mary Denew 379 7 10
To Christopher Searle 146 17 6
To Colonel Henry Mildmay 274 6 8
To Henry White 1,756 14 4
To George Bradley 178 10 6
To Sir Hugh Smithson 315 11 -
To Mary Wright 27 3 -
To Alderman Thomas Cullam 1,354 15 8
To Abraham Babington 119 4 -
To John Nelthrop 135 2 10
To Richard Clutterbucke 330 3 8
To William Bolnest 137 11 4
To Hansrid Knowles 275 7 2
To Richard Bigge 582 7 2
To John Wilsby 138 6 8
To Thomas Hatton 143 3 2
To Alderman Tempest Milner 357 6 4
To Thomas Edwards 149 9 -
To Richard Woodnoth 188 8 -
To Thomas Piddocke 200 - -
To John and Roger Sawry 206 10 -
To Nicholas Bendy 109 4 -
To William Stone 86 8 -
To George Foxcroft 169 14 6
To Robert Lant 294 16 -
To George Foxcroft 1,240 - -
To Rowland Wilson 179 - -
To Samuell Manning 969 3 8
To William Sherman 96 - -
To Richard Byfield 138 10 -
To Joyce Hughs 66 - -
To Thomas Pepis 203 19 2
To John Lawrance 470 6 10
To Thomas Barnes 531 18 8
To Benjamin Whitcomb 49 17 4
To John Cardrew 189 15 -
To Samuell Payne 259 17 8
To Thomas Hall 69 6 -
To Edward Husbands 45 12 -
To Henry Mosse 301 7 -
To Richard Sherrar 306 1 -
To Peter Newton 166 9 10
To Sir Edward Barkham 572 - -
To John Ledginham 207 12 8
To Richard Chapline 79 6 -
To Symon Hackett 80 19 4
To Joyce Gourdon 39 17 -
To Wm. Brice 453 7 4
To John Alleyne 130 - -
To George Vaux 43 4 -
To Elizabeth Leigh 74 11 8
To Captain Francis Finch 152 17 8
To Robert Allom 138 3 -
To Daniell Waldoe 530 - -
To Joyce Midmore 487 6 8
To Elizabeth Harvy 228 1 6
To Richard Lloyd 321 9 8
To Wm. Billingsly 124 1 4
To William Shambrocke 137 16 8
To Edward Smith 156 1 2
To Erasmus Smith 224 5 4
To Jane Host 119 10 -
To Gabriell Patridge 272 4 6
To Captain Francis Finch 107 3 -
To Isaack Ash 131 11 2
To Nathaniell Snape 209 1 8
To Edward Fielder 281 16 10
To Alderman William Tompson 40 - -
To Henry Mosse 258 16 -
To Thomas Goodyeare 138 16 8
To John Hill 317 4 -
To Thomas Sherman 102 - 8
To Major Symon Hackett 54 14 8
To George Witham 144 16 -
To Francis Webb 1,300 - -
To Wm. Wood 365 14 4
To Robert Cordell 2,657 17 2
To Bridget Harrison 237 11 8
To Richard Clutterbucke 97 - -
To Tho. Rich 759 13 8
To Tho. Middleton 26 1 8
To Wm. Wood 325 - -
To John Harrison 14 8 -
To Peter Mathews 117 - 8
To Benjamin Whetcomb 3,558 10 8
To Wm. Peake 425 2 -
To Grace Pinker 103 4 -
To John Bolton 20 - -
To John Bolton 100 - -
To Winifrid Burrowes 196 6 -
To Valentine Vanley 7 6 8
To Peter Noyes 340 - -
To Michaell Warren 32 15 -
To John Ramsey and Robert Allom 255 2 -
To Robert Dreydon 1,068 5 4
To Dame Honoria Watkins 272 13 4
To Alderman Richard Chiverton 1,250 - -
To William Wickins 144 12 10
To John Clerke 410 14 10
To Christopher Searle 71 10 8
To Wm. Stone 244 2 -
To Wm. Burrough 70 - -
To Baron Atkins 27 9 4
To Aquila Garfield 71 17 4
To Tho. Cushing 454 - -
To William Farr 209 11 -
To Samuell Moyer 238 16 -
To George Almery 1,228 4 10
To Elizabeth Cradocke 143 7 6
To John and Roger Sawrey 98 18 4
To Sir William Playter 403 15 8
To Christopher Goodfellow 414 9 2
To Humphry Jones 162 10 -
To Thomas Powell 110 7 2
To Thomas Kemp 168 19 8
To Mary Jackson 81 4 4
To Sir Jacob Garrett 1,826 16 -
To Wm. Cresce 170 14 4
To Dame Honoria Watkins 672 16 -
To Francis Warner 135 - -
To Samuell Browne of Shetton-stoking 483 7 8
To Peter Mills 187 15 2
To Ann Tilsley 67 17 8
To Thomas Barton 174 8 6
To Edward Vaughan 134 1 6
To William Joanna 52 15 -
To Thomas Rodbeard 207 3 10
To Margrett Jackson 135 10 4
To Deputy Thomas Arnold 29 9 4
To William Fitzhugh 75 9 -
To Richard Staper 268 - -
To Christopher Searle 138 - -
To Humphry Hulley 584 17 8
To Edward Smith 261 5 -
To Henry White 593 6 4
To Edward Smith 542 2 8
To Thomas Coffine 412 12 6
To William Wing 1,954 19 -
To Dame Mary Lidcott 190 - -
To Timothy Dodd 382 6 8
To Phillip Owen 287 12 -
To Nathanael Tayler 249 8 10
To Alice Thurlston 358 8 4
To Thomas Yong 371 - -
To Wm. Watson 38 10 -
To John Brewster 170 19 10
To Robert and Richard Smith 369 15 4
To Mary Williams 136 6 8
To John Lawrence, Alderman 57 12 -
To John Harrison 118 17 4
To Damaris Rogers 115 8 4
To Wm. Newbold 33 14 8
To Dame Margret Hungerford 379 18 4
To Nathan Fisher 12 17 4
To John Bedingfeild 328 - -
To Edward Smith 128 6 -
To Major General Browne 100 14 -
To Edward Heath 120 15 6
To John Maynard 612 - 4
Total of the First Ordinance £. 186,971 1 -
Note, The Monies due to Persons exempt from Pardon, are herein deducted, and abated, being 1,747 18 2

Upon one other Ordinance of Parliament, dated the Third Day of June 1647, the several Sums following: Viz.

£. s. d.
To Michaell Skinner 103 3 -
To John Greene 76 3 2
To Charles George 233 6 8
To Edward Tooke 150 14 -
To Elizabeth Leigh 62 17 8
To Ann Hayly 215 16 2
To Ann Bassano 100 8 -
To John Mellish 459 17 2
To John Hollowell 155 11 2
To John Latham 219 13 -
To Hugh Norris 137 14 6
To Richard Mauditt 107 10 8
To John Harrison 67 12 6
To Thomas Jenery 80 3 -
To Richard Clutterbucke 641 14 -
To James Gourdon 12 7 8
To Andrew Wanley 28 16 -
To Thomas Hall 1,858 4 8
To Joyce Gourdon 10 16 -
To Nathaniell Barnardiston 351 18 -
To Robert Yoward 89 10 8
To Ann Tilsey 97 - 8
To Symon Hackett 57 9 4
To Edmond Harrison 641 10 -
To John Freeman 53 5 -
To Arthur Manley 653 18 2
To Henry Smith 280 17 4
To Symon Hackett 56 19 2
To John Lee 7 10 4
To John Rowse 118 19 4
To Simon Hackett 27 5 4
To Dame Ann Moulson 57 12 -
To Edward and Andrew Hopegood 225 1 -
To Thomas Turgis 339 - 6
To Thomas Dickenson 395 - -
To Thomas Conny 146 17 8
To John Bolton, senior 132 12 8
To John Owen 161 5 4
To Robert Hickes 274 14 6
To John Fowler 55 5 2
To Thomas Gill 218 6 4
To John Paynter 130 9 -
To Elizabeth Topsfeild 212 15 -
To Nathaniell Ward 147 - 8
To Richard Parker 111 4 8
To Adam Walker 186 14 -
To Thomas King 27 6 8
To John Alford 242 2 6
To Job Throgmorton 26 - -
To Nicholas Orton 200 10 -
To Nathaniell Tayler 559 4 -
To Nicholas Skinner 585 6 8
To William Breamer 337 7 -
To Roger Heyton 429 12 10
To Richard Mills 2,530 18 2
To Ralph Triplett 70 17 8
To John Aston 45 6 -
To Aquila Garfield 86 - -
To Sarah Payne 160 - -
To Samuell Babington 28 16 8
To Henry Spurstow 376 11 2
To Sir Thomas Adams, Alderman 310 - -
To John Prowd 74 2 -
To James Parcall 83 7 -
To John Bolton 54 12 -
To Christopher Searle 330 2 10
To Nicholas Gold 295 - -
To Mary Treagle 22 9 -
To Richard Crawley 428 6 -
To Aquila Garfeild 14 10 -
To Humphry Halley 702 14 -
To John Osborne 155 13 8
To John Mellish 1,015 16 8
To Benoni Honywood 829 8 -
To Christopher Searle 417 9 -
To Thomas Goodyeare 61 6 4
To Edward Smith 282 - -
To Thomas Burton 95 14 4
To Joseph and Benjamin Collyer 413 9 8
To John Cutler 269 2 -
To John Crosse 64 17 -
To Symon Hackett 69 17 -
To Symon Urline 400 - -
To Major Symon Hackett 25 10 -
To John Bolton, sen. 110 11 -
To Thomas Kemp 201 8 -
To Edward Tooke 200 - -
To John Benthall 431 2 -
To Thomas Lamb 313 13 -
To William Marsh 58 9 -
To William Beake 22 12 -
To John Ducane 462 11 10
To John Yardley 10 - -
To William Woodman 60 - -
To Edward Honywood 464 2 -
To Richard Floyd 371 14 4
To John Bolton, sen. 210 4 -
To Thomas Lambe 58 2 -
To James Storey 149 1 4
To Richard Floyd 116 5 10
To Edward Gibbs 696 2 10
To Thomas Lambe 67 - 8
To Samuell Moyer 42 2 4
To Roger Heyden 288 - -
To Richard Norton 701 16 -
To Christopher Searle 314 17 -
To Richard Norton and Company 1,038 14 8
To William 202 - -
To Richard Floyd 181 14 4
To John Gace 235 1 4
To Thomas Dickinson 562 16 -
To Thomas Middleton 361 9 4
To Robert Browne 43 10 8
To Joseph Brand 564 5 4
To William Andrews 65 6 8
To Richard Aldworth, &c. 1,583 6 8
To Captain John Osborne 576 10 -
To Robert Voyce 95 11 -
To Thomas Kemp 20 10 -
To William Hawkes 258 5 8
To William Hawkes 48 14 -
To Daniell Shatterden 84 - -
To John Blackwell 138 17 4
To Captain William Billiers 302 - -
To Rebecca Kendricke 67 11 4
To John Whalley 151 13 2
To Alderman Thomas Atkins 158 3 4
To Alexander Jones 90 1 4
The Total Sum of this Second Ordinance is £. 35,110 19 6
Note, The Monies due to Persons exempt from Pardon are herein deducted and abated, being 333 8 8

Excise.

Upon several other Ordinances of Parliament.

£. s. d.
To Thomas Darling Esquire, one of the Trustees for the Use of the Military Ground in St. Martin's in the Fields, by Ordinance dated the Twenty-eighth of May 1647, payable with Interest, each Six Months, in Course 500 - -
To Richard Sherwin, for the Use of the Military Ground in Tutthill Fields, by Ordinance dated the Twenty-eighth of May 1647, payable in Course, with Interest, each Six Months 200 - -

To several Gunsmiths and others, out of the One hundred and Fifty thousand Pounds for the Army, by an Ordinance dated the Twenty-eighth of May 1647, and assigned unto them by the Committee for the Army, payable in Course, with Interest, each Six Months; viz.

£. s. d.
To Edward Ansley 155 - -
To Michaell Charleton 86 14 -
To Christopher Tucke 42 - -
To Thomas Bostocke 43 15 -
To Thomas Bostocke, more 58 6 8
To Richard Beale 75 - -
To Francis Kirknam 100 - -
To Richard Freeman 228 18 -
To John Cardrow 27 10 -
To Joseph Butler 50 - -
To Joseph Butler 62 10 -
To John Freeston, in one Assignment 31 5 -
To John Freeston, in another 31 5 -
To Eliah Palmer 59 10 -
To Edward Barker 223 16 8
To Margrett Kinder 100 - -
To John Skinner 75 - -
To John Champante 561 13 -
To John Champante 100 - -
To Mary Cragg 79 - -
To Mary Cragg 120 - -
To William Fell 206 8 -
To William Fell 300 - -
To William Fell 20 10 -
To William Fell 155 - -
To William Fell 113 10 -
To William Fell 45 5 -
To William Payne 58 6 8
To John Stevenson 58 6 8
To John Tanner 116 13 4
To John Felton 350 - -
To Richard Freeman 370 - -
To Francis Webb 65 - -
To John Gace 83 6 8
To Thomas Pidcocke, Executor to Thomas Priestly 100 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke 50 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke 44 15 -
To Margrett Holloway, Executrix to John Holloway 104 - -
To Stephen Boulton 33 6 8
To Henry Harris 51 10 -
To Stephen Boulton 182 - -
To John Foley 295 - -
To Theodore Jenings 300 - -
To Theodore Jennings 150 - -
To Theodore Jenings 50 - -
To Mary Jackson 130 - -
To Edward Jackson 243 - -
To Jane Stavely 400 - -
To Syriacke Skinner 400 - -
To Hugh Massey 42 - -
To Mary Thurston 212 - -
To Syriacke Skinner 300 - -
To Sarah Hawes 43 15 -
To Sarah Hawes 58 6 8
To William Fell 67 12 -
To Alexander Normington 141 13 4
To Samuell Neale 500 - -
To Peter Newton 180 - -
To Peter Newton 100 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke, Executor to John Priestly 184 16 -
To Thomas Pidcocke 500 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke, Executor to John Priestly 89 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke 100 - -
To Dorathy Watson 84 16 6
To Edward Palmer 207 3 4
To Godfrey Petty 120 - -
To Francis Reynardson 67 15 -
To William Crosse 22 - -
To William Crosse 67 4 -
To Symon Jones 200 - -
To Thomas Skinner 150 - -
To Thomas Skinner 62 - -
To John Silke 150 - -
To Ellin Smith 337 2 -
To Thomas Skinner 150 - -
To Thomas Pidcocke 177 10 -
To John Skinner 53 5 -
To John Silke 53 5 -
To Ellen Smith 50 - -
To John Skinner 110 - -
To John Turton 649 15 -
To John Turton 33 6 8
To Charles Thorold, Executor to Thomas Thorold 2,598 15 -
To Richard Tredwell 283 6 8
To John Turton 322 15 -
To William Fell 43 15 -
To William Fell 350 - -
To Francis Webb 36 - -
To Samuell White 60 - -
To Henry Ward 123 - -
To William Maud and Mr. Preston, Executors to Mathew Wilson 143 - -
To Hugh Audley 1,000 - -
In all £. 17,011 19 2

To several Persons hereafter mentioned, assigned to them by the Committee for Accompts, payable in Course, with Interest, each Six Months, by virtue of an Ordinance of Parliament, dated the Fifth of June 1647, viz.

£. s. d.
To Leonard Bates 60 - -
To Ellis Cunliffe 41 3 9
To George Sharpulls 109 7 3
To John and Humphry Larder 128 - 5
To Thomas Lightfoote 22 10 -
To Edmond Prideaux his Executors 250 - -
To George Smiths 165 5 -
To George Smiths 115 7 9
To George Smiths 41 3 4
To Robert Snowe 40 3 4
To George Smiths 9 10 -
To George Smiths 41 3 4
To Richard Wilcox 54 6 8
To Martin Walker 26 19 4
To William Cutler and others, for incident Charges of the said Committee 283 - 2
£. 1,388 - -
To Susanna Abercromy by Ordinance dated the Twentieth of December 1647, payable in Course, with Interest 300 - -
To George Wythers, by Ordinance granted, dated the Twenty-second of March 1647, payable in Course 1,681 16 -

To several Persons, assigned to them by Richard Turner and Company, by Ordinance, dated Twenty-second March 1647, payable in Course, with Interest, each Six Months.

To Henry Ashhurst £. 59 19 -
To John Baker 67 11 -
To Mary Kendall, alias Bond 126 19 -
To Francis Croft 29 10 -
To John Cox 13 6 -
To Peter Ducane 36 19 -
To William Hawkins 575 - -
To Jeremiah Hamey 148 3 8
To Thomas Juxon 1,857 16 6
To John Key 24 19 -
To John Key 2,214 1 6
To Barnaby Meires 11 - -
To John Key 11 11 -
To Samuell Plumb 265 - -
To Josiah Primate 124 14 2
To Sarah Potter 26 12 -
To Michaell Rayner 58 11 -
To Hugh Ratcliffe 22 13 -
To Hilkiah Reader 31 8 -
To William Richardson 165 13 -
To Dorothy Swift 11 15 -
To Edward Spencer 16 19 -
To William Shemishire 12 15 -
To Richard Turner 1,099 10 -
To Richard Baldwin 700 - -
To John Tayler 1,327 - -
To Alice Underwood 197 - -
To Hugh Williams 14 5 -
To Nicholas Williams 65 2 -
To John West 184 16 -
To Humphry Prymate 124 14 2
£. 9,625 3 1

To several Persons, assigned to them by Sir Robert Hanney, of Sir Charles Coote, by Ordinance dated Twenty-third of March 1647, payable in Course, with Interest, each Six Months; viz.

To Robert Pemberton 250 - -
To William Dunvill 250 - -
To Alexander Holte 200 - -
To George Nash 1,040 - -
To George Perier 260 - -
In all £. 2,000 - -
To Colonel Welden, then Govenor of Plymouth, by Ordinance dated the Seventh of June 1648, payable in Course 6000 - -
To Sir Arthur Blundell, by Ordinance dated the Twelfth of August 1647, payable in Course 940 3
The Total of Monies charged upon the Receipt of the Excise, by the Ordinances and Orders aforesaid, the Sum of 319,968 8

Besides what Monies are farther charged by this present Parliament, the Orders whereof are not yet come to the Office of Excise.

An Account of the several Sums of Money charged upon the Receipt of Excise, since the Sitting of the secluded Members, and by the present Parliament, which remained unpaid this Seventh Day of December 1660; viz.

£. s. d.
To the distressed Protestants of Piedmont and Poland, payable unto Sir Tho. Vyner 5,978 8 9
To Sir Richard Browne Knight, Lord Mayor of the City of London 2,063 16 9
To his Highness the Duke of Yorke, with Interest from the Third of September 1660 10,000 - -
To the Executors of his late Highness the Duke of Gloucester, with Interest from the Third Day of September 1660 7,000 - -
To her Highness the Princess Royal, with Interest from the Third of September 1660 10,000 - -
To Mr. Denham, his Majesty's Surveyor, with Interest, from the Third of September 1660 5,000 - -
To her Majesty the Queen of Bohemiah, with Interest from the Third of September 1660 10,000 - -
To her Highness the Princess Henretia Maria, by Order dated Seventh November 1660 10,000 - -
To Mr. Henry Pecke, by Order dated the Twelfth of November 1660 3,443 12
To Sir Thomas Dacres, by Order of the Twelfth of November 1660 250 - -
To Colonel Anthony Buller upon the Foreign Excise, by Order dated the Twenty third of November 1660 3,436 16 10
To Sir Rowland Langhorne, by Order dated Twenty-fourth November 1660 3,000 - -
To Thomas Loddington, by Order dated the Twenty-sixth of November 1660 3,450 - -
To Henry Symball upon the Foreign Excise, by Order dated Fifth December 1660 1,387 18 10
Sum is £. 75,010 13

September 3d, 1660.

At the Committee for Publick Debts, &c.

Resolved, That Colonel Birch do, with all convenient Speed, report to the House the Estimate of the Debt of his Majesty's Navy, now received from Sir George Cartrett, as well for Stores of all Sorts, as for Wages due; being a Debt, they humbly conceive, fit to be taken care for by the Parliament.

The general State of the Debts upon the Account of his Majesty's Navy, until Twenty-fourth June last past, required from us, the principal Officers and Commissioners of his Majesty's Navy, together with the Increase of the growing Charge of Wages and Victuals, to the Fleet unpaid, until this present Fifth of December 1660.

For the Wages of the Officers and Mariners, serving on board the Seventeen Ships, which yet remain unpaid, of the Twenty-five heretofore directed by the Parliament to be paid out of the Poll Bill, with the Increase of their Charge, to the Fifth of December £. s. d.
128,030 - -
For the Wages of the Officers and Mariners in Eighty-four Ships more, which are yet also in Pay, with the Increase of their Charge, unto the Fifth of December, abating the Thirty-six Ships for the Winter Guard, from the Twenty-fourth of June 1660, which is to be borne by his Majesty 258,459 - -
For the Wages unto the Officers and Workmen of his Majesty's Yards at Deptford, Woolwich, Chatham, Portsmouth, and Harwich; as also unto Ship-keepers of the Ships riding in those Harbours, to the Twenty-fourth of June 1660, per Estimate 42,463 10 -
£. 428,952 10 -
For Bills, regularly passed in this Office, for Provisions delivered, and Service done, from the Year 1657, to the Twenty-fourth June 1660, the Particulars whereof are contained in a Book herewith presented; besides other Bills of the like Nature, which, by reason of the short Warning given, could not be brought in from remote Parts to be therein inserted, which may amount unto, per Estimate, 20,000 l. the Sum of 128,078 13 10

Excise

For so much due unto several Persons on the Account of Victuals by them delivered unto his Majesty's Ships, as appears by an Account produced unto us under the Hand of the present Surveyor of Marine Victuals £. s. d.
40,664 19 6
For so much due unto several Persons for Provisions bought of them at Plymouth, to supply the western Squadron between the 20th of June 1659, and 24 June 1660 3,187 - 3
More due to the Agent of Plymouth; by a Bill signed by the late Commissioners of the Navy for maintaining of Prisoners there to the 21 February 1659 999 6 9
For so much demanded by the Bailiffs of Yarmouth as disbursed, according to Certificate upon the like Account 22 1 8
£. 172,952 1 7
For so much due to Robert Russell, David Davison, Thomas Carter, John Young, and Thomas Hodskins, for Provisions delivered into the Office of the Ordnance omitted in their Account; and therefore by his Majesty's special Command here inserted, the Sum of 11,529 14 11
For so much due unto several Persons for entertaining of sick and wounded Men set on Shore from several of his Majesty's Ships, according to an Account produced unto us by the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, the Sum of 5,936 19 1
Excise Money to answer this. For so much disbursed by the present Treasurer of the Navy out of his Majesty's Revenue, upon Account of victualling of the Navy, 41,473£. 13s. out of which abating, for his Majesty's Charge upon the 36 Ships, 16,607£. so remains due 24,866 - -
For so much paid more to divers Persons in Part of their Debts upon Bills bearing Date before 24 June 1660, in Consideration of the most Part of those Goods found in Store, and to advance further Credit for the same Persons for the Navy's Use 9,483 3 2
£. 51,815 17 2
For several Debts on Bills not yet brought in, by reason of the remote Living of the Proprietors, who have not had timely Notice to produce their Debts, per Estimation 20,000 - -
Abstract.
£. 428,952 10 -
172,952 1 7
51,815 17 2
20,000 - -
£. 673,720 8 9
More unpaid upon old Freight of Ships employed in the Years 1642, 1643, and 1644, not included in the abovesaid Sum 26,000 - -

Resolved, That Colonel Birch do, with all convenient Speed, also report to the House the Estimate of the Debts now standing charged on his Majesty's Exchequer, under Four Heads, as it is now received from Sir Philip Warwicke, Secretary to the Treasury, as Debts fit for the Parliament's Care, except such Part thereof as appears to have been charged by the pretended Protectors, or other Authority, betwixt the Time of the pretended Restauration of the Exchequer by Oliver in the Year 1653, and the First of March last; a List of which Debts is also to be reported for the Parliament's further Direction.

At the Committee for publick Debts.

September 3d, 1660.

Ordered, That it be reported to the House as the Opinion of this Committee, That the Debts hereafter-mentioned, are such as the Parliament is bound in Honour to take care of, which now stand charged as underwritten.

£. s. d.
There is charged upon his Majesty's Exchequer, as appears by a Certificate returned by Order of the Lord Treasurer, which is secured by his Majesty's Lands, and was charged thereupon by his late Majesty, during the late Troubles, the Sum of 65,000 - -
There is likewise charged there, and Tallies struck for the same, for Money lent to his late Majesty by divers of the Nobility and Gentry, as appears certified by the Lord Treasurer, the Sum of 50,000 - -
There was charged, by the Lords and Commons, the 22 of April 1646, upon his Majesty's Revenue, for the yearly Support of the Queen of Bohemia, his Majesty's Aunt, 10,000£. per Annum; whereof there remains in Arrear, for the Time it was continued, and upon former Ordinances 50,000 - -
There is charged upon his Majesty's Exchequer, for Wares and Commodities about the Years 1641 and 1642, for which Privy Seals were given, as appears by the beforementioned Certificates of the Lord Treasurers 60,000 - -
There is due to the old Farmers of the Customs, for Money paid by Direction of the Lords and Commons, in the Year 1642; and likewise to his Majesty in the same Year, in ready Money, for which they had Tallies struck upon their Receipt of the Customs, by way of Anticipation 253,000 - -
Due to the Princess Royal, for her Portion, for which his present Majesty is engaged 40,000 - -
Due from his Majesty to the late Tin Farmers, certified as aforesaid 11,600 - -
£. 529,600 - -

Memorandum, The aforementioned Debts were all charged by his late Majesty, and for which his present Majesty is engaged in Honour to see satisfied; and are humbly offered to the Parliament, by this Committee, as Debts which in Honour they are bound to take care of.

Memorandum, That no Part of the Debts-of his present Majesty, either in England or elsewhere, are brought into this Account.

By the late Council of State, these Debts stand charged upon his Majesty's Exchequer, and are yet unpaid, which are humbly offered as the Opinion of this Committee, to be forthwith paid.

£. s. d.
For Ely House and Savoy 1,400 - -
For John Scarborrow, for Monies laid out, as by Particulars delivered the said Council 151 10 -
1,551 10 -
Memorandum, There stands charged on his Majesty's Exchequer, by the late Powers, since the Year 1652, and before the 13th of February last 95,000 - -

Which this Committee is of Opinion should be suspended.