House of Lords Journal Volume 10
22 March 1648

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'House of Lords Journal Volume 10: 22 March 1648', Journal of the House of Lords: volume 10: 1648-1649 (1767-1830), pp. 129-154. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32774 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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DIE Mercurii, 22 die Martii.
Answer of the Trustees for Bishops Lands, about selling Worcester House. Ordinances and Orders for Concurrence. Crew to be indemnified for his Losses. Ordinances, &c. agreed to. Message from the H. C. with Ordinances and Orders. Answer. Prestbury Inhabitants Petition. Message to the H. C. with it, and other Petitions:— about Worcester House; and for the E. of Ormond to be paid his Money. Major Burgess to be releated, on Bail. Mallet & al. a Pass. Colonel Fox's Petition. Ordinance to prevent the Printing of Parliamentary Proceedings. Lady Eliz. Beamont's Petition. Sir J. Fitzherbert's Ordinance. Report of the Conference about Religion; and Colonel Whaley's Ordinance. Message to the H. C. about Persons compounding for Parks, held by Grant from the King. Ordinances for 19,250l. 6s. 3d. to Turner, Gethin, Milner, and Woolaston. Order for 1000l. for Auditor Broad. Order for 1681l. 16s. 8d. to Major Withers. Order for 1000l. to Auditor Wilcox. Order for 1000l. for Colonel Moore. Commissioners for Assessments in Devon. Order to deliver Mr. Leman his Books of Accompts. Ordinance to clear Sir Humble Ward of his Delinquency. Harrison, D°. Order for a Debt of 1000l. due by E. Rivers to Sir Ar. Haslerig, to be paid out of the Earl's sequestered Estate; and for Payment of a Debt of 800l. due by Sir J. Mills to Kemp, out of his sequestered Estate. D°, for a Debt of 600l. due by Sir T. Powell to Whitaker. Order for 2500l. to Ireton, Squire's Executor. Order for 350l. to Lieutenant Somaster. Ordinance to clear Sir John Fitzherbert and Sir Anthony Knifton of their Delinquency. Ordinance to settle the Lordship of Flawborow on Colonel Whaley, for 1000l. and in Lieu of his Arrears. French Ambassador to send away Monsieur De Giury. De Giury to leave the Kingdom. Liptratt, Stationer to this House, Privilege. Petition of Lawrence, Hoste, Thomson, and Corsellis, Treasurers for receiving Contributions in Holland for the distressed Protestants in Ireland, to be considered for their Expence and Labour; and for the Accompts to be recorded. Accompts of Monies raised by Contribution in Holland, for the distressed Protestants in Ireland. Adjourn. Footnotes

DIE Mercurii, 22 die Martii.

PRAYERS, by Mr. Ash.

Domini præsentes fuerunt:

Comes Manchester; Speaker.

Comes Salisbury.
Comes Mulgrave.
Comes Denbigh.
Ds. Mountagu.
Ds. Grey.
Ds. Howard.
Ds. La Warr.

Answer of the Trustees for Bishops Lands, about selling Worcester House.

Upon reading the Answers of the Trustees and Contractors for the Sale of Bishops Lands:

(Here enter them.)

It is Ordered, That these Answers be sent to the House of Commons; and that Mr. Sweetnam, Mr. Carter, and Mr. Bently, may be appointed to survey Worcester House, &c. and make Report thereof to both Houses.

Ordinances and Orders for Concurrence.

These Ordinances were read, and passed:

1. An Ordinance for paying Monies to Rich. Turner. (Here enter them.)
2. An Ordinance concerning Ric. Turner and Tempest Milner.
3. An Order to pay One Thousand Pounds to Auditor Broade.
4. An Ordinance for paying of One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-one Pounds, Sixteen Shillings, and Eight Pence, unto Major Withers, out of the Receipts of the Excise.
5. An Ordinance for paying to Mr. Wilcocks One Thousand Pounds.

Crew to be indemnified for his Losses.

Upon reading the Petition of Mr. Thomas Crewe; setting forth "his great Losses he hath received, for his adhering to the Parliament:"

It is Ordered, To be (fn. *) specially recommended to the House of Commons, that he may have Consideration for his Losses.

Ordinances, &c. agreed to.

The Ordinance for One Thousand Pounds for Colonel Moore, was read, and Agreed to. (Here enter them).
The Addition of Names to the Committee for Devon, was read, and passed.
The Order for Delivery to Mr. Leaman his Books of Accompts, was read, and Agreed to.
The Ordinance for taking off the Delinquency of Richard Harrison Esquire, was read, and passed.
The Ordinance for pardoning the Delinquency of Sir Humble Warde, was read, and Agreed to.

Message from the H. C. with Ordinances and Orders.

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Mr. Morley; who brought up divers Particulars, whereto their Lordships Concurrence is desired:

1. An Ordinance for Payment of a Debt of One Thousand Pounds to Sir Arthur Hesilrige.(Here enter it.)

Agreed to.

2. An Order for Payment of a Debt of Eight Hundred Pounds to Mr. Kempe. (Here enter it.)

Agreed to.

3. An Order for Payment of a Debt of Six Hundred Pounds to Mr. Whitacre. (Here enter it.)

Agreed to.

4. An Order for Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds to Mr. John Ireton. (Here enter it.)

Agreed to.

5. An Order for Three Hundred Fifty Pounds to be paid to Sam. Somaster. (Here enter it.)

Agreed to.

6. To put their Lordships in Mind of the Order against Printing of Matters agitated in Parliament.

7. To let their Lordships know, that they agree in the Alterations in the Ordinance concerning Mr.

The Answer returned was:

Answer.

That this House will send them an Answer, by Messengers of their own, concerning the Order against Printing of Matters agitated (fn. *) in the Parliament: To all the rest, their Lordships do agree.

Prestbury Inhabitants Petition.

Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Chapelries in the Parish of Prestbury, in the County of Chester:

It is Ordered, To be sent to the House of Commons.

Message to the H. C. with it, and other Petitions:— about Worcester House; and for the E. of Ormond to be paid his Money.

A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Doctor Bennett and Mr. Eltonheade:

1. To deliver to them the Two Answers of the Trustees and the Contractors of Bishops Lands; and let them know, that this House thinks it fit that Mr. Carter, Mr. Sweetenham, and Mr. Bently, do survey Worcester House, and return the same to the Houses.

2. To deliver to them Mr. Tho. Crewe's Petition, with a Desire that he may be considered for his great Losses.

3. To deliver to them the Petition of the Lady Jane Moore.

4. To deliver to them the Petition of Anne, Alice, and Vallentine Hamilton.

5. To deliver to them the Petition of the Inhabitants of the several Chapelries in the Parish of Prestbury, in the County of Chester.

6. To deliver to them the Report concerning the Earl of Ordmond; and to let them know, that this House sees no Reason why the Money should be stopt; but conceives it fit it be paid by the Treasurers at Goldsmithes Hall, according to former Orders; and therefore thinks it fit that Directions be given for the Payment of it, and desire their Concurrence therein.

Major Burgess to be releated, on Bail.

Upon reading the Petition of Roger Burgis, Major:

It is Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee for Foreign Affairs, who are desired to meet speedily; and in the mean Time he be released, giving in Bail.

Mallet & al. a Pass.

Ordered, That John Mallet Esquire, Mr. John Trelawney, and one Daniell his Man, shall have a Pass to go beyond the Seas.

Colonel Fox's Petition.

Upon reading the Petition of Colonel John Fox:

It is Ordered, To be sent to the House of Commons.

Ordinance to prevent the Printing of Parliamentary Proceedings.

The Ordinance against Printing of Matters agitated in Parliament, was read again; and committed to these Lords following:

Comes Mulgrave.
Comes Salisbury.
Comes Denbigh.
Ds. Grey.
Ds. Howard.
Ds. Mountagu.

Any Three; to meet on Friday Morning, at Nine a Clock; and to adjourn themselves.

Lady Eliz. Beamont's Petition.

Upon reading the Petition of the Lady Eliz. Beaumont:

It is Ordered, To be sent to the House of Commons, with Recommendations, for some Relief for her Subsistence.

Sir J. Fitzherbert's Ordinance.

The Ordinance concerning Sir John Fitzherbert, was read, and Agreed to. (Here enter it.)

Report of the Conference about Religion;

The House was adjourned during Pleasure; and the Lords went to the Conference.

The House being resumed;

The Speaker reported the Effect of this Conference; which was, "That they brought up the Confession of Faith, with some Alterations, in which they desire Concurrence."

and Colonel Whaley's Ordinance.

"2. They agree to the Alterations in the Ordinance concerning Colonel Whaley, excepting to the Word ["Heirs"]; to which they do not agree, but desire it may stand as it came up." (Here enter it.)

Ordered, That this House agrees to the Ordinance, according to this Conference.

Message to the H. C. about Persons compounding for Parks, held by Grant from the King.

A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Doctor Bennett and Mr. Eltonbeade:

To deliver to them the Vote formerly made by this House, "That such Persons that have any Forests, Parks, or Chaces, by any Grant from the King, may have Liberty to compound for the same; and to desire their Concurrence therein."

Ordinances for 19,250l. 6s. 3d. to Turner, Gethin, Milner, and Woolaston.

"Whereas the Sum of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds, Six Shillings, and Three Pence, appears to be due to Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, being the Remainder of a greater Sum formerly due: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons, That the Sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-five Pounds, Three Shillings, and Penny, the just Moiety of the said Debt of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pounds, Six Shillings, Three Pence, be charged upon the Moiety of the Receipts of the Grand Excise not engaged for the Army, in Course, with Interest for the same, from the Date of this Order, after the Rate of Eight Pounds per Centum per Annum, payable every Six Months; and that the Principal and Interest be paid, by the Commissioners of Excise, unto Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, their Executors or Assigns, accordingly; with Power to the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, to assign the said Sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-five Pounds, Three Shillings, and a Penny, together with the growing Interest for the same, from Time to Time, in Whole or in Part, to be paid to such Person or Persons, their Executors or Assigns, to whom the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, shall by Writing under their or any of their Hands and Seals appoint and declare the same or any Part thereof to be paid out of the said Moiety of the Receipts of the Grand Excise in Course; and that the Receipt or Receipts of the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or such Person or Persons, their Executors or Assigns, to whom the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, in Manner aforesaid, shall declare the same or any Part thereof to be paid, shall be in that Behalf a good Discharge and Warrant, for Allowance of so much of the said Principal and Interest as the Commissioners of the Excise shall pay accordingly."

"Whereas the Sum of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pounds, Six Shillings, and Three Pence, appears to be due unto Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, being the Remainder of a greater Sum formerly due: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-five Pounds, Three Shillings, and One Penny, the just Moiety of the said Debt of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pounds, Six Shillings, Three Pence, be charged upon the Moiety of the Receipts at Gouldsmiths Hall not engaged, in Course, with Interest for the same, from the Date of this Order, after the Rate of Eight Pounds per Cent. payable every Six Months; and that the Principal and Interest be paid, by the Treasurers at Gouldsmiths Hall, unto Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, their Executors or Assigns, accordingly; with Power to the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, to assign the said Sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-five Pounds, Three Shillings, and One Penny, together with the growing Interest from Time to Time due for the same, in Whole or in Part, to be paid to such Person or Persons, their Executors or Assigns, to whom the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, shall by Writing under their or any Three of their Hands and Seals, appoint and declare the same or any Part thereof to be paid, out of the said Moiety of the Receipts at Gouldsmiths Hall, in Course; and that the Receipt or Receipts of the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or such Person or Persons, their Executors or Assigns, to whom the said Richard Turner, Maurice Gethin, Tempest Milner, and Richard Wollaston, or any Three of them, in Manner aforesaid, shall declare the same or any Part thereof to be paid, shall be in that Behalf a good Discharge and Warrant for Allowance of so much of the said Principal or Interest as the said Treasurers at Gouldsmiths Hall shall pay accordingly."

Order for 1000l. for Auditor Broad.

"The Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, taking into their Consideration the great and large continued Pains and Charges of Henry Broad Auditor, in the diligent and faithful Execution of the Place of Auditor, by the Space of Four whole Years, and of several other special Services for the Parliament, have thought fit to order and ordain, and be it Ordered and Ordained by the said Lords and Commons, That the Sum of One Thousand Pounds be, and is hereby, given and allowed to the said Auditor Broad, for a Reward and full Satisfaction for his Services and Demands; and that the same be paid unto him out of the Sequestrations of the County of Bedford: And be it likewise Ordered and Ordained, by the said Lords and Commons, That the Sequestrators for the said County for the Time being be, and are hereby, authorized and required to pay the said Sum of One Thousand Pounds unto the said Auditor Broad, his Executors or Assigns, out of such Monies as now are or hereafter shall come unto their Hands, by virtue of any Ordinance of Parliament for the Sequestrations of the said County."

Order for 1681l. 16s. 8d. to Major Withers.

"Be it Ordained, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-one Pounds, Fifteen Shillings, and Eight Pence, shall be paid unto Major George Wither, his Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, out [ (fn. *) of the Receipts] of the Grand Excise, in Course, in Satisfaction of his Arrears; and the Commissioners of the said Excise for the Time being are hereby authorized and required to make Payment of the said Sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-one Pounds, Fifteen Shillings, and Eight Pence, accordingly; and the Receipt or Receipts of the said George Wither, his Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, shall be a sufficient Warrant and Discharge in that Behalf."

Order for 1000l. to Auditor Wilcox.

"Whereas Richard Wilcox, Auditor, hath been employed in several Services of the Parliament, which he hath faithfully and diligently performed: Be it hereby Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Committee of Lords and Commons for Advance of Monies sitting at Habberdash'rs Hall shall and do pay the Sum of One Thousand Pounds unto the said Richard Wilcox, his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, or any of them, out of the Treasury of Habberdashers Hall, in Course, or else (which shall first happen) out of such Personal Estates, Debts, or Monies, belonging to the State, that are concealed or detained, or not yet sequestered, or shall hereafter be made known unto the said Committee of Lords and Commons, for and on the Behalf of the said Richard Wilcox, his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, in full Satisfaction of all his Services and Demands: And for the better Encouragement of any such Discovery to be made as is aforesaid, it is Ordered, That the said Committee do and shall pay unto any such Discoverer or Discoverers One Moiety thereof; provided that the said Moiety be paid towards the Satisfaction of a just Debt due to the said Discoverer or Discoverers by Parliament."

Order for 1000l. for Colonel Moore.

"Whereas the Sum of One Thousand Pounds was, by former Order, appointed to be advanced and paid to Colonel John Moore, in Part of his Entertainment, and referred to the Committee for the Affairs of Ireland at Derby House, to consider out of what Monies the said Thousand Pounds might be raised, the which Reference hath as yet taken no Effect: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Sum of One Thousand Pounds be paid to Colonel John Moore, or his Assigns, out of such concealed Delinquents Estates as the said Colonel Moore, or his Assigns, shall discover unto the Committee at Habberdash'rs Hall, or out of the Surplusage of such Delinquents Fines as have abused the Parliament by not giving in true and full Values of their Estates upon the making their Compositions, as the said Colonel Moore, or his Assigns, shall discover unto the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall: And the said respective Committees are required to take Course for the bringing in the said Monies so discovered, and pay the same unto Colonel John Moore, or his Assigns, accordingly."

Commissioners for Assessments in Devon.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That John Rolle of Stevenson Esquire, John Wollocombe of Combe Esquire, Robert Dillon Esquire, and John Yeo Esquire, be named Commissioners in the County of Devon, for the raising of the Assessment of Sixty Thousand Pounds per Mensem, and added to the rest of the Commissioners of that County for that Service."

Order to deliver Mr. Leman his Books of Accompts.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Committee of Accompts do deliver to Mr. Leaman, late One of the Treasurers of the Army under the Earl of Manchester, his Books of Accompt, to the End he may make Certificate from Time to Time, as Occasion shall require, to the Committee of the Lords and Commons for the Army, touching what Monies and Free Quarter the Soldiers have received; and Mr. Leman is after to return the said Books to the said Committee of Accompts."

Ordinance to clear Sir Humble Ward of his Delinquency.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Delinquency of Sir Humble Ward be pardoned, and the Sequestration of the Estate of the said Sir Humble Ward clearly and fully discharged and taken off, in Pursuance and Performance of the Conditions and Agreements made with the said Sir Humble Ward, by Sir William Brereton, who commanded the Siege at Dudley Castle, upon the Rendition of the said Castle by the said Sir Humble Ward: and the Commissioners or Committees of Sequestrations, Sequestrators, and Solicitors, in the Counties where his Estate or any Part thereof lies, are hereby authorized and required to take Notice hereof, and yield Obedience hereunto."

Harrison, D°.

"Whereas Richard Harrison, of the County of Berks, Esquire, hath been admitted to his Fine of Eight Hundred Pounds, by the Committee of Oxon, Bucks, and Berks, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Richard Harrison, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to an Accompt given to the Committee of Oxon, Bucks, and Berks, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 14th Day of March, 1644; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Accompts were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Richard Harrison shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Order for a Debt of 1000l. due by E. Rivers to Sir Ar. Haslerig, to be paid out of the Earl's sequestered Estate;

"Whereas there is a Debt of One Thousand Pounds owing, by the Earl of Rivers, to Sir Arthur Hesilrige Baronet; for the Recovery whereof, the said Sir Arthur Hesilrige hath obtained a Judgement at Law against the Estate of the said Earl Rivers; and whereas the Estate of the said Earl Rivers is under Sequestration for his Delinquency: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons, That the said Estate of the said Earl Rivers, under Sequestration, be liable to the said Judgement, and the Proceedings thereupon, according to the Course of Law, notwithstanding the said Sequestration; and the Committees or Commissioners of Sequestrations, Treasurers, and Solicitors, in the several Counties respectively where the Estate of the said Earl Rivers or any Part thereof under Sequestration lies, are hereby required to take Notice of this Order, and yield ready Obedience hereunto."

and for Payment of a Debt of 800l. due by Sir J. Mills to Kemp, out of his sequestered Estate.

"Whereas there is a Debt of Eight Hundred Pounds owing, by Sir John Mille, of Berry, in the County of South'ton, Baronet, to John Kempe Esquire; for the Recovery whereof, the said John Kempe hath obtained a Judgement at Law against the said Sir John Mille; and whereas the Estate of the said Sir John Mille is under Sequestration, for his Delinquency: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the said Debt of (fn. *) Eight Hundred Pounds be charged upon the Sequestration of the said Sir John Mille's Estate; and the Committees, Treasurers, and Solicitors for Sequestrations, in the several Counties respectively where the said Estate or any Part thereof lies, are hereby authorized and required to pay unto the said John Kempe, or his Assignees, the Rents and Profits of the said Estate, until the said Debt of Eight Hundred Pounds shall be fully satisfied and paid; and the Acquittance or Acquittances of the said John Kempe, or his Assignees, shall be a sufficient Warrant and Discharge to the said respective Committees, Treasurers, Solicitors, and Tenants of the said Estate, for the Allowance and Payment of the said Debt of Eight Hundred Pounds accordingly."

D°, for a Debt of 600l. due by Sir T. Powell to Whitaker.

"Whereas a Debt of Six Hundred Pounds is owing to Lawrence Whittacre Esquire, by Sir Thomas Powell Baronet, deceased; for the Recovery whereof, he hath obtained a Judgement at Law against the Estate of the said Sir Thomas Powell, now under Sequestration for his Delinquency: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the said Debt of Six Hundred Pounds be charged upon the Sequestration of the said Sir Tho. Powell's Estate; and the Committees, Treasurers, and Sequestrators, in the several Counties respectively where the said Estate or any Part thereof lies, are hereby authorized and required to pay unto the said Lawrence Whittacre, or his Assignees, the Rents and Profits of the said Estate, until the said Debt of Six Hundred Pounds shall be fully satisfied and paid; and the Acquittance or Acquittances of the said Lawrence Whittacre, or his Assignees, shall be a sufficient Warrant and Discharge to the said respective Committees, Treasurers, Solicitors, and Tenants of the said Estate, for the Allowance and Payment of the said Debt of Six Hundred Pounds accordingly."

Order for 2500l. to Ireton, Squire's Executor.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds be paid unto Mr. John Ireton, Executor of Mr. Squire, in full Satisfaction of so much of the Monies seized and taken from Mr. Squire, out of the Sequestrations of Delinquents in London, or out of such concealed Delinquents Estates as the said Mr. John Ireton shall discover to the Committee at Habberdash'rs Hall, or the Committee of Gouldsmiths Hall; and the said Committees are hereby authorized and required respectively to receive such Discoveries, and to proceed in the adjudging such Delinquents, according to the Ordinances in that Behalf; and to take Care and give Order for the Payment of the said Sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds, out of such concealed Estates of Delinquents so discovered as aforesaid, unto the said Mr. John Ireton."

Order for 350l. to Lieutenant Somaster.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Sum of Three Hundred and Fifty Pounds be paid unto Lieutenant Samuell Somaster, in full Satisfaction of all Arrears of Pay, and other Demands, demandable by the said Lieutenant Samuell Somaster from the Parliament, out of such Delinquents Estates as he shall discover to the Committee of Lords and Commons for Advance of Monies sitting at Habberdashers Hall, and shall at One Time name to the said Committee."

Ordinance to clear Sir John Fitzherbert and Sir Anthony Knifton of their Delinquency.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Delinquency of Sir John Fitzharbert and Sir Andrew Knifton be pardoned; and that the Sequestration of the Estates of the said Sir John Fitzharbert and Sir Andrew Knifton be fully and clearly discharged and taken off, in Pursuance and Performance of the Conditions and Agreements made with the said Sir John Fitzharbert and Sir Andrew Knifton, by Sir William Brereton and others that commanded the Siege at Tutbury Castle, upon the Rendition of the said Castle by the said Sir John Fitzherbert and Sir Andrew Knifton; and the Commissioners and Committees of Sequestrations, Sequestrators, and Solicitors, in the several Counties where their Estates respectively or any Part thereof do lie, are hereby authorized and required to take Notice hereof, and give Obedience hereunto."

Ordinance to settle the Lordship of Flawborow on Colonel Whaley, for 1000l. and in Lieu of his Arrears.

"Whereas there is due and owing from the Parliament, unto Edward Whaley, of London, Esquire, otherwise called Colonel Edward Whaley, the Sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-six Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, and Two Pence, for the Personal Pay and Entertainment of the said Edward Whaley in the Service of the Parliament, upon Two several Accompts, determined and ending the Third Day of November, 1647, as by the said Accompts, declared before and certified by the Committee of Accompts, doth and may appear; and forasmuch as the said Edward Whaley is willing and desirous to purchase of the Parliament the Manor or Lordship of Flawborowe, in the County of Nottingham, certified by the Committee of the said County to have been in the Year 1641 of the Yearly Value of Four Hundred and Ten Pounds, which said Manor of Flawborowe was sometimes Parcel of the Possessions of William Earl of Newcastle, and now in the Possession of the Parliament, by reason of the Delinquency and Forfeiture of the said Earl: The Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, taking into Consideration the faithful Service done by the said Edward Whaley unto the Parliament; as also for, and in Consideration and in Discharge of, the said Sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-six Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, Two Pence, due and owing to the said Edward Whaley as aforesaid; as likewise for and in Consideration of the Sum of One Thousand Pounds, of lawful Money of England, to be paid as followeth; videlicet, Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds on the 24th Day of June next, Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds on the 29th of September following, Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds on the 25th of December next after, and Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds on the 25th of March after that; for the Payment whereof, he is to give Security to the Commissioners at Gouldsmiths Hall within Ten Days after the Date of this Ordinance; have ordered and ordained, and be it Ordered and Ordained, for the Considerations aforesaid, That the said Edward Whaley shall have, hold, and enjoy, the said Manor and Lordship of Flaborrowe, in the said County of Nottingham, with all and singular the Rights, Members, and Appurtenances, thereunto belonging, and all Courts Leets, Courts Barons, Rents, Quit Rents, Services, Jurisdictions, Privileges, Profits, Immunities, Advantages, Commodities, and Hereditaments, to the said Manor of Flawborrowe in any Wise belonging or appertaining, or with the same used, occupied, or enjoyed, or taken and reputed to be Part, Parcel, or Member of the same, in as full and ample Manner as the said Earl of Newcastle had or enjoyed the said Manor of Flawborrowe, to all Intents and Purposes; to have and to hold the said Manor of Flawborowe above specified, and all Messuages, Cottages, Closes, Meadows, Pastures, Woods, Under-woods, Commons, Lands, Tenements, Hereditaments, and Premises, with their and every of their Rights, Members, and Appurtenances whatsoever, and the Reversion and Reversions, Remainder and Remainders thereof, unto the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs and Assigns for ever, and to the only Use and Behoof of the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs and Assigns for ever, and to no other Use, Intent, or Purpose; to be held of the King, as of the Manor of East Greenwich, in the County of Kent, in Free and Common Soccage, and not in Capite or by Knights Service: And be it further Ordered and Ordained, That the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs and Assigns, shall and may have, hold, take, and receive, and (fn. *) may to his own Use, the Rents, Issues, and Profits of the said Manor, and of all and singular the Tenements thereof, for and notwithstanding any Seizure or Sequestration thereof, or any Part thereof, by Reason or Occasion of the Delinquency of the said Earl, and for and notwithstanding any Ordinance or Ordinances of Parliament of Sequestration to the contrary in any Wise notwithstanding: Saving to all and every Person and Persons, Bodies Politic and Corporate, their Heirs and Successors, lawfully claiming, or that may lawfully claim, any Right, Title, or Interest, in or to the Premises, or any Part thereof, other than the said William Earl of Newcastle and his Heirs, or any other Person or Persons to, for, and in Trust for, the said William Earl of Newcastle, and other than any Popish Recusant who hath been in Arms against the Parliament, or any Delinquent within the Ordinance or Ordinances of Parliament for Sequestration, who have not yet compounded for the same, or any other Person or Persons that claim any Estate or Interest by, from, or under the said Earl, by virtue of any Conveyance made of the Premises, or any Part thereof, or had or executed sithence the Twentieth Day of May 1642, all such lawful Right, Title, Interest, and Estate, as they or any of them had, or might claim to have had, of, in, or unto, the said Manor of Flawborowe, or any Part thereof, the said Twentieth Day of May, 1642; this Ordinance, or any Thing therein contained to the contrary, in any Wise notwithstanding: And it is further Declared, by the said Lords and Commons, That if it shall happen the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs or Assigns, hereafter (fn. *) be evicted out of the said Manor of Flawborowe, or any Part thereof, by reason of any Eigné Right, Title, or Interest, of any Person or Persons in or unto the same, that then, in such Case, the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs or Assigns, shall have full and due Satisfaction, Recompence, and Allowance, made to him or them, for the Lands so evicted, in such Manner as both Houses of Parliament shall think fit and appoint; and His Majesty's Attorney General or Solicitor General for the Time being are hereby authorized and required, upon the Desire of the said Colonel Edward Whaley, his Heirs or Assigns, to prepare a Bill, or Grant, in usual Form, containing a Grant of the said Manor of Flawborowe and the Premises unto the said Edward Whaley, his Heirs and Assigns, according to the true Intent and Meaning of this present Ordinance, with such further Clauses and Non obstantes as may be necessary for the Security of the said Edward Whaley and his Heirs in the Premises; which Grant, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are likewise authorized and required to pass the same under the said Great Seal accordingly; and for the doing and executing of all which, this present Ordinance, or a Duplicate thereof, shall be a sufficient Warrant unto them, and every of them, in that Behalf: And lastly it is Provided and Declared, That the said Edward Whaley shall not claim any Benefit in reference to the Votes of both Houses, of Three and Twentieth of December, 1647, whereby Six Hundred Thousand Pounds is set forth for the Satisfaction of the Soldiery, for and in respect of his Arrears, but since the Third Day of November, 1647."

French Ambassador to send away Monsieur De Giury.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the French Ambassador shall be desired to send away Monsieur De Giury into France, as a Person against whom they have great Cause of Exceptions; and desire that, in the future, the King his Master would no more employ him into these Parts, where they do not for this Time proceed against him, out of a Respect they bear to the French King, and the Representation of His Ambassador."

De Giury to leave the Kingdom.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That Monsieur Giury be commanded forthwith to depart this Kingdom; and, if he return again, it shall be at his utmost Peril."

Liptratt, Stationer to this House, Privilege.

Upon reading the Petition of Will'm Liptratt Gentleman; shewing, "That he hath, ever since the Beginning of this Parliament, constantly attended the Service belonging to the King's Printers, by furnishing the Clerk of the Parliament, the Gentleman Usher, and the other Officers, with Books, Standishes, Boxes, Parchments, Paper, Ink, Pens, &c. for the Daily Service of this House; and doth still attend, and hath a considerable Sum of Money owing unto him for his said Service:"

It is therefore Ordered, That the said Wm. Liptrat shall enjoy the Privilege of this Parliament, during the Continuance of the same, in as full and ample Manner, to all Intents and Purposes, as any other Attendant of the said House of Peers doth, or of Right ought to do; and hereof all and every Person and Persons whom this doth or may concern are to take Notice, and yield a due and ready Obedience hereunto, as the contrary will be answered unto this House.

Petition of Lawrence, Hoste, Thomson, and Corsellis, Treasurers for receiving Contributions in Holland for the distressed Protestants in Ireland, to be considered for their Expence and Labour; and for the Accompts to be recorded.

"To the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament.

"The humble Petition of Adam Lawrence, Dierick Hoste, Maurice Thomson, and Nicholas Corsellis, of London, Merchants;

"Shewing,

"That, by an Ordinance of Parliament, of the 29th July 1643, your Petitioners were made Commissioners to the High and Mighty Lords The States of The United Provinces, and, by your Letters of Credence, to procure from them Aid and Relief for the distressed Protestants of Ireland, who at that Time lay under a bloody Persecution and grievous Pressure of those Rebels, and, by Reason of the great Distractions here at Home, were in Danger to have been totally destroyed, and that Kingdom lost.

"Your Petitioners with Diligence pursued your Lordships Commands therein; and, with great Travail, Labour, and Expence, have solicited that Affair with so good an Effect, that, by God's Blessing upon their Endeavours, and a good Correspondence holden with the Committee of Adventurers in London for Lands in Ireland, sitting at Grocers Hall, to whom they were directed by the Parliament therefor to apply themselves in that Negotiation, they have procured thereby a free Collection and voluntary Benevolence of that People, of Thirty-one Thousand Two Hundred Eighteen Pounds, Twelve Shillings, Five Pence Sterling, which will appear in an exact Accompt thereof hereunto annexed; and how the same hath been disposed of, and sent from Time to Time unto these distressed Souls.

"Further, that you were likewise pleased by Ordinance to appoint several Merchants to be Treasurers there, for receiving and disposing of those Collections, which they have performed with Care and Trust worthy of all Acknowledgement: And your Petitioners, being thus engaged, (for the better Accommodation of the Business) were enforced to carry over and maintain their Families there in the Time of their Employment, which hath cost them very much; and the more by continual travelling to and fro from City to City in all those Provinces, for the better effecting of the Business, besides what they have suffered by being from their Occasions here at Home; which Negotiation continued Two Years Time: Yet, notwithstanding their Absence and Employment about the Premises, have not been excused here at Home in any Cessments whatsoever; which in all Humility they present unto your Considerations.

"Nor hath there been a Penny of this diverted so much as to the Payment of any Officer or whomsoever intrusted with the carrying on of this Affair; but they have disbursed it out of their own Means, not doubting of their Reimbursement, and also in the saving of them harmless.

"All which your Petitioners have thought good, in the Discharge of their Duties, to render this Accompt, that your Honours may be pleased to do therein yet further as in your grave Wisdoms you shall think fit.

"And, if it may stand with your Lordships good Liking, that this Accompt annexed may be recorded in this Honourable House, as it is in the House of Commons, as a perpetual Memorial of Thankfulness to the Dutch Nation, for their Love and good Affection shewed to the Parliament of England, in fulfilling their Desires on the Behalf of the poor Protestants of Ireland, in the Time of the Kingdom's greatest Extremities.

"Adam Laurence.
"Dierick Hoste.
"Maurice Thomson.
"Nicolas Cosrellis.

"Amsterdam, 1643.

Accompts of Monies raised by Contribution in Holland, for the distressed Protestants in Ireland.

"Copia.

"The Poor distressed Protestants in Ireland are DEBTOR, for Provisions sent unto several Places in Ireland, as followeth:

"25 December. "For the Cost and Charges of the Lading of The Morning Star of Breame, Mr. John Stevens, consigned in Carig fargo, to Serjeant Major General Monroe, amounting as per the Invoice sent to London, F.24241 14 12
"26 February. "For the Cost and Charges of the Lading of The Concord, Mr. Job Ellerts, consigned as the former, to General Monroe and Commissary John Davis, amounting as per the Invoice sent, F.36894 0 8
"Ditto. "For the Cost and Charges of the Lading of The Watermil, Mr. Lamb't Hendrix, consigned as above, amounting as per Invoice sent, F.23063 15 0
"30 May. "For the Cost and Charges of the Ladings of Ship The Hope, Mr. Cornelis Gerrebrants, and Ship The Ruyter, Mr. John Johnson Ruyter, consigned in London Derry, to Mr. Robert Thounton Mayor, amounting together as per Invoice sent, F.38881 2 8
"29 September. "For Cost and Charges of the Ladings of Ship The Flying Hart, Mr. Gerrit Poy, and Ship Fortune, Mr. Dirck Duysent, consigned in Carigfargo, to General Monroe, amounting as per the Invoice sent, F.37228 4 8
"14 December. "For Cost and Charges of the Ladings of Ship Castel del Mina, Mr. Jacob Low, consigned in Youchal, to the Lord Broghal, and Ship The Morning Star, Mr. John Stevens, consigned in Cork, to the Lord Inchiquin, amounting together as per Invoice sent, F.35898 0 8
"2 January. "For the Cost and Charges of the Lading of the Ship The Elizabeth, Mr. Hendrick Piterson Halfhoorn, consigned in Duncanon, to the Lord Esmond, as per the Invoice sent thereof, F.17587 8 8
"Paid to the Archbishop of Cashel, by Order of the Lords The States Generall, F. 1200 0 0
"Paid to Mr. John Durie, by Appointment of the Right Honourable the Committee of both Kingdoms, F. 1115 10 0
"Ultimo December. "For the Cost and Charges of Provisions sent from Rochel, per Ship The Whale, Mr. Peter Nolle, as per Specification going hereby, F. 6637 18 0
"Paid to John Stevens, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship The Morning Star of Breame, F. 7546 0 0
"To Job Ellertson, for Freight and Demurrage of the Ship Concord, F. 3600 0 0
"To Lamb't Hendrix, for Freight and Demurrage of the Ship The Watermill, F. 3350 0 0
"To Cornelis Gerrebrants, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship The Hope, F. 1362 10 0
"To John Johnson Ruyter, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship The Ruyter, F. 3033 0 0
"To Gerrit Poy, for Freight and Demurrage of the Ship The Flying Hart, F. 3600 0 0
"To Dirck Duysent, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship The Fortune, F. 3565 0 0
"To Jacob Low, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship Castel del Mina, F. 2417 10 0
"To John Stevens, for Freight and Demurrage for the Second Voyage of The Mor. Star, F. 3270 10 0
"To Hend. Halfhoon, for Freight and Demurrage of Ship The Elizabeth, F. 3246 13 0
"For Loss of divers Parcels received before the Gold was abased, and for (fn. *) Bullion and false Money sold in Banco, and by light Gold, F. 2672 5 8
"For 25 Last, 25 Mud and 2 Schep of Rye, at 100 Guil. of 28 Stivers per Last, bought of Harman de Veer, still depending in Suit, F. 3632 4 0
"To their new Accompt, per Foot hereof, towards Payment of Freight to Peter Nolle, and other petty Charges, whereof Accompt shall be sent in due Time, F. 5672 17 6
"Summa, F.269716 4 2

"Subscribed,

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt,

"Ita attestor,

"Amsterdam,

"Amsterdam.

"The poor distressed Protestants in Ireland are CREDITOR for the following Sums of Money, collected in Gelria, Holland, Westfreesland, and Bishopric of Utreck, by Order of the High and Mighty States Generall, with Approbation of the States of the said Provinces, and Consent of the Magistrates of the chief Cities in the said Provinces; and received by us underwritten Commissioners, thereunto appointed by the Honoured Committee for the Irish Affairs resident in London.

"Of the City and Classis of Dort, F.15696 1 6
"Of the City and Classis of Delft and Delfsland, F.16456 11 0
"Of the City of Leyden and Rynlant, F.22049 3 0
"Of the City and Classis of Gouda, F. 4288 10 10
"Of the City and Classis of Rotterdam and Scbieland, F.17889 9 14
"Of the City and Classis of Gorichem, F. 6071 12 0
"Of the City and Classis of Briel, F. 2672 4 8
"Of the Haegh and Classis, F.18282 7 0
"Of the City and Classis of Woerden, F. 3796 2 0
"Of the City and Classis of Buren, F. 3584 12 8
"Of the City and Classis of Breda, F. 1484 14 0
"Of the City and Classis of Amsterdam, F.55649 16 8
"Of the City and Classis of Haerlem, F. 9223 6 12
"Of the City and Classis of Alckmaer, F. 4259 18 0
"Of the City and Classis of Enckhuysen, F. 7022 11 0
"Of the City and Classis of Edam, F. 5063 4 2
"Of the City and Classis of Hoorn, F. 6463 15 8
"Of the City and Classis of Utrecht, F.15322 17 8
"Of the City and Classis of Rhenen, F. 1571 4 0
"Of the City and Classis of Amesfort, F. 1385 3 0
"Of the City and Classis of Deaventer, F. 3739 16 0
"Of the City and Classis of Swol, F. 2782 10 0
"Of the Cities and Classis of Vollen, Houen, and Steenwyck, F. 2454 2 0
"Of the City and Classis of Campen, F. 2857 6 0
"Of the City and Classis of Groningen, F. 3000 0 0
"Of the Province of Freesland, F.21784 8 14
"Of the City and Classis of Zutphen, F. 5492 6 8
"Of the City and Classis of Achem, F. 2888 12 0
"Of the City and Classis of Bommel, F. 1435 14 0
"Of the Classis of the Lower Velve, F. 2941 15 8
"Of the City and Classis of Nieuwmegen, F. 1109 9 0
"Of the Commissioners in Zealand, per Rest of their Accompt, F. 997 0 0
"Summa totalis, received A° 1643, 1644, and 1645,              Summa, F.269716 4 2

Thomas Cave.
"Wm. Watson.
"John Abeels.

being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

Johannes Emans,
"Not. Pub.
"1646.

"Translated out of Dutch.

"Copia.

"In Rochel, the 6th of Decem'r, 1645.

"Accompt of Mr. William Watson and Company, of 107 Tons of Poytou Rye, and Two Hundred of White St. Martin's Salt, laden in the Ship The Whale, appointed with 9 Pieces of Ordnance, Mr. Peter Nolle, of Terveer, going from hence to Kinsale, Cork, or Youghall, consigned to the Right Honourable the Earl of Incquequin, cost the First Penny as followeth:

"Of Lambrea Du Dagnet, for a 107 Tons of Rye, very fair, sold unto me, at 51½F. a Ton, free on board, amounting to F.6045 10 0
"Of Peter Boucherau, for Two Hundred of White St. Martin's Salt, delivered unto me at 220 F. a Hund. free on board, F. 440 0 0
"F. 6485 10 0

"The Charges follow:

"For Deal Boards, Spars, and Mats, to make a Garner in the Ship, and also to separate the Old and New Rye, and the Salt from each other, as by the Accompt going herewith, amounting to F. 169 10 0
"For Two God's Pence, F.1 14 0
"Spent by me in Maran, for the Dispatch of the Lading, and in St. Martin's Island, F. 16 15 0
"For a Man which was had at Maran, to look to the Rye at the Receipt, and as Broker for the Buying, at 5 Stivers per Ton, F. 26 15 0
"F. 214 14 0
"For Days of Demurrage pretended by the Master, although it was not by my Fault, which I was bound to pay, according as good Men did ordain, as by the Accompt going herewith, F. 130 0 0
"For my Pains I put down, although it be for the Poor, F. 100 0 0
"F. 230 0 0
"F.6930 4 0

"Subscribed, Your Servant,

"Peter Masuer.

"This Translation doth well and truly agree with the Accompt subscribed as aforesaid, being examined by me, Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans,
"Not. Pub.
"1646.

"In Rochel, the 20th of March, 1645.

"Rye 108 Tons, 45 Bushels per Ton, and 40 B. of Beans, and 149 Barrels of Oatmeal, for the Account of Mr. William Watson and Company, received by Shipper Henry Halfboren, of Enckhusen, do owe as followeth:

"For Custom, to Monsieur Gobent, of 95 Tons of Rye and Beans, and 140 Barrels of Oatmeal, of the Estimation at 1 per Cent. F. 65 7 0
"Paid in another Custom-house, for the Duty of measuring of 113 Tons of Rye and Beans, at 4 Stivers per Ton, F. 22 12 0
"For carrying to the Garner 113 Tons, at 12 Stivers per Ton, F. 67 6 0
"For carrying up 149 Barrels of Oatmeal, F. 7 10 0
"For Lighter-money to Rondaert, F. 25 0 0
"For Wharfage of 11 Lighters, at 5 Stivers per Lighter, F. 2 15 0
"For Drinking-money to the Porters, F. 1 0 0
"For a Hogshead of Wine, given to the Mariners, because they did shift the Rye divers Times in the Ship, it being found good by Men, F. 15 0 0
"For Labourers Wages, to shift the Rye above, F. 18 0 0
"For Hooping the Oatmeal, F. 6 10 0
"For Rent of Two Garners of Mr. Perier, at 8½F. per Month, amounting for 7 Months, to F. 119 0 0
"For another Garner of Monsieur Wesen Hagen, for 6 Months, amounting to F. 54 0 0
"F.404 0 0

"The 27 of October, the aforesaid Rye, Beans, and Oatmeal, laden in the Ship The Whale, Mr Peter Mollen, of Terveer, going from hence to Kinsale, Cork, or Youghall, do owe:

"For so much which I was ordained to give to the Poor, F. 80 0 0
"For measuring of 111 Tons and 35 Bushels of Rye, and 4 Tons and 21 B. of Beans, at 4 Stivers, F. 23 4 0
"For Labourers Wages, for carrying all from the Garners and Lighters, F. 76 4 0
"For Lighter-money for bringing aboard, F. 24 15 0
"For Wharfage, at 5 Stivers per Lighter, F. 2 15 0
"For my Pains for Unlading and Lading thereof, put down, although I freely give something, F.100 0 0
"F. 306 18 0
"F. 710 18 0

"Subscribed, Your Servant,

"Peter Masseur.

"In Rochell, the 25th of March, 1645.

"Rye, Beans, and Oatmeal, are here against Creditors.

"By Madame Loutquemans, for 6 Bushels, at 18 Stivers, F. 5 8 0
"More for 12 Bushels, at 18 Stivers the B. F. 10 16 0
"For one Barrel of Oatmeal, to Shipper Baeck, F. 9 15 0
"For one Barrel of Oatmeal, F. 10 0 0
"For 16 Bushels of Beans, by Mr. Wesen Hage, at 20 Stivers, F. 16 0 0
F. 51 19 0
"Mr. William Watson and Company do owe, for Payment, Charges, and Saldo hereof, F.658 19 0
F. 710 18 0

"Nota, That there is one Barrel received half empty, and the same is put into other Barrels which wanted.

"The Translation here-above written, and that of the Debtor hereagainst, do well and truly agree with the Accompt, which is subscribed, as under the said Debtor is mentioned, being examined by Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans,
"Not. Pub.
"1646.

"Translated out of Dutch.

"Accompt, Assignation, and Reliqua which Jeronimo Williamson Ashman, John de Dorper Coren, and Peter Boudaen Courten, do make, concerning the Collection made to the Use of the distressed Protestants and Religious Associates in the Realm of Ireland; and also of the Employment of the Monies, according to the Resolution of the Right Honourable States of Sealand, dated the 25 of November, 1643; all which Monies were brought into the Bank of the City of Middelburrowe; and by us, according to the said Act, employed, with Approbation of the Worshipful Cock and Thienhouen, being thereunto deputed by the Right Worshipful Deputed Council.

"In the Classis of Walcheran was collected:

"Middelburrow in Sealand, in the Five Dutch Churches, £.2106 15 8
"In the French Church, £. 146 6 5
"In the English Church, £. 42 10 0
"£.2295 12 1
"Flusshing, collected there at the Houses, £.563 9 2
"Terveer, In the Dutch Church, £.343 13 5
"In the Scottish Church, £.150 0 0
"£. 493 13 5
"Armuyden, in the Church, £. 48 0 4
"In the Country in all the Villages of Walcheran, £.430 14 8
Colyn Plate, £.52 0 6
"In the Parts of Flanders:
Sluse, £.190 2 6
"Aerdenborch Within, £.56 18 2
"In the Country under Aerdenborch, £.21 4 8
"£.78 2 10
"Axel, £.30 0 0
"Der Neusen, £.60 3 1
"Bieruliet, £.68 11 0
"Isendyck, £.59 18 8
"Philippyne, £.19 19 8
"Breskens, £.12 5 0
"De Groode, In the Dutch Church, £.68 0 0
"In the French Church, £.47 19 0
"£.115 19 0
"Cadsant, £.74 4 10
"The Menisten in Cadsant, £.21 2 6
"£.95 7 4
"Oostburch, £. 33 10 10
"St. Anna Termuyden, £. 29 0 0
"Retrenchement, £. 23 16 8
"Morris Fort, £. 9 0 3
"In the Classis of Schauwen:
"Sorukzee, within the Town, £. 428 13 11
"In the Country in all the Villages, £. 344 3 1
"Brewershauen, by the Magistrates at the Doors, £. 96 1 7
"Someldyck, £. 61 1 7
"In the Classis of South Beverland collected
"Goos, within the Town, £.287 8 11
"In the Country in all Villages, £. 518 14 3
"In the Fort at Hoogewerue, by the Commander there, £. 2 10 8
"In the Classis of Tholen collected:
Tholen, within the Town, £.65 10 0
Scherpemsse, £.50 0 0
St. Anneland, £. 31 19 4
Portulied, £. 19 7 4
St. Martin's Dyck, £. 56 6 7
Vossemaer, £. 17 10 9
Staeffenisse, £. 21 10 0
"In the Parts of Braband.
Bergen op Zoom, £. 351 17 10
Steenbergen, £. 124 0 6
Lillo, £. 50 0 0
Knuys Sconce, £. 8 6 8
"In all, received £. 7244 10 0

"Laden in the Ship The Orengtree, of Flushing, Mr. Simon Laurens, the Goods following, bought with the Money which was collected for the distressed Protestants in the Realm of Ireland, according to the Act of the Right Honourable States of Sealand, dated the 25 of November, 1643; which Ship was sent to Knockfargus, in the Province of Ulster, where the said Goods were delivered unto Major General Monroe, to be there distributed.

"Seventy, Last 12¾ Bushels of Oats, which were caused to be bought in Amsterdam by Joos and John de Batts, and do amount, with Charges of the Lighters to bring them hither, to F. 5600 7 8, wherein is accounted the Money of Exchange, ½ per Cent. Loss, being together, which was paid to the Worshipful Peter Boudaen Courten, £. 938 0 7
"Thirty Last 10 Sacks of White Pease, bought of those following:
"Ten Last of the last Year, of Peter Oseela, at £. 28 £. 280 0 0
"Six Last 4 Sacks of the last Year, of the Committee-man Vande Lenge, of Slus, at £.25 per Last, £. 152 8 0
"Five Last 6 Sacks new, of Cornelius Christiaens, at £. 28 £. 144 1 0
"Nine Last new, of John Tresenier, at £. 28 £. 252 0 0
£. 828 9 0
"Nineteen Lasts 26 Sacks of Prussia Rye, bought of Vincent Adriaenson Ketelaer and John Block, at £.27 10 per Last, £. 540 16 8
Nineteen Hundred and Six Cheeses, weighing 20,000 lb. bought of Gyles de Toouer, at 14½ Guilders the Hundred, and 10 ss. for marking, £. 483 16 8
"The Charges of these Goods do follow:
"For Freight of 2 Lighters with Oats from Amsterdam, each Lighter agreed for 70 Guilders, and for Charges to go about to Tergouden with Passport, £. 24 8 0
"To Abraham Williamson, for the Charges following paid by him:
"For Freight of 21 Last of Pease, for carrying from Middelburrowe to Flushing, £. 4 4 0
"To a Labourer, for 31 Last of Pease, to be here received, with Carrying and Shipping, according to the Accompt and Acquittance, £. 8 2 7
"To Daniell Thyssen, for Labour and Charges by him at Flushing, £. 0 12 6
"Paid to John Block, in Flusshing, for Charges by him disbursed for this Ship's Lading, as by his Specification appeareth, and the Documents, £. 55 10 6
"Paid for Premio of Assurance of £.2800, which were caused to be assured upon the Lading of this Ship at 6½ per Cent. by the Broker. Jacob Last, who hath acquitted his Salary for God's Sake, £. 182 0 0
"Paid for Freight of the Ship, agreed as by the (fn. *) Chance Party, F. 3472, and F. 30 for the Mr's Cloak-cloth, together £. 583 13 4
"The Duty of Convoy, for going forth for the Crossers, is by the Judges of the Admiralty given free; and also the Earl's Custom by the Customers; so that there is nothing brought for this. £. 0 0 0
"The Sum of this Ship's Lading amounteth together to £. 3649 13 10

"Nota, That there are Two Last 29 Sacks of Pease put again on Land, and laid into Garners, because the Ship could not take in all the Cheese; which Pease shall be laden in the next Ship.

"Laden in the Ship The Unity, or Concord of Flushing, Mr. John Thyssen, the Goods following, bought with the Money which was collected for the distressed Protestants in the Realm of Ireland; which Ship was sent to Kinsale, in the Province of Munster, where they were delivered unto the Governor William Broket, to be there distributed.

"Seventy Last of Oats, which were caused to be bought in Amsterdam by Joos and John de Batts, do amount, with the Charges until they were put into Lighters to be brought hither, according to their Accompt, to F.4426 8, which Money was sent them in Specie, £. 737 14 8
"Thirty-three Lasts 34 Sacks of Pease, bought of those hereafter named:
"Two Lasts 24 Sacks, which could not be laden in the aforesaid Ship, and are now laden in this, £.0 0 0
"Sixteen Lasts 30 Sacks, bought here in Middelburrowe, of James Costenobel, cost £. 26 per Last £.434 16 5
"Three Lasts 31 Sacks, of Peter Oseel, at £. 26 10 per Last, £.99 5 6
"Four Lasts ½ a Sack, of Leonard Commers, of Flushing, bought at £. 26 10 per Last, £.119 5 0
"Three ¼ Lasts, of Gabriell Jaspers, of Flushing, at £. 26½ £.86 2 6
"Three Lasts, bought of Leonard Commers, at £.26 10, with 10 ff. 4 for carrying to the Ship, £.80 0 4
"£.819 9 9
"Twenty-five Lasts 16½ Sacks of Prussia Rye, bought of Cornelius Hubertson, of Terueer, at £.25 per Last, with the Charges, according to his Accompt, £.643 12 4
"Fourteen Hundred Thirty-seven Cheeses, weighing 15,510 lb. videlicet;
"Three Hundred and Ten Cheeses, by the Worshipful John de Dorper, of the Admiralty, sold by Sale, amounting, as by the Specification, to £.102 9 5
"Eleven Hundred Twenty-seven Cheeses, weighing 11,000 lb. of Hubert de Toouer, of Flushing, bought at 15½ Guilders the Hundred, with Charges, £.285 1 8
£.387 11 1
"The Price of the Goods of this Ship doth amount to £.2588 7 10
"The Charges which were thereupon paid follow:
"Paid to Gyles Thyssen, of Flushing, for divers Charges at Flushing by him paid, as by the Specification and Documents appear, £.51 14 5
"Paid to Abraham Williamson, for divers Charges by him disbursed, according to the Specification and Documents, £.49 8 11
"Paid for Premio of Assurance of £.2600, which were caused to be assured upon the Lading of this Ship, at 7 in the Hundred, by the Broker Peter de Maille, who acquitted his Salary for God's Sake, £. 182 0 0
"Paid for the Freight of the Ship for 132½ Lasts, at the Rate of 25 Guilders per Last, according to the Charter Party; and 5£. for a Cloak-cloth for the Master, John Thyssen, agreed, £.557 1 8
"The Convoy, for going forth and Duty of the Crossers, was by the Worshipful Judges of the Admiralty given free, and also the Earl's Custom by the Customers; for which there is brought £.0 0 0
"The Sum of this Ship's Lading amounteth to £.3428 12 10
"The whole Collection amounteth to the Sum of £.7244 10 0
"And the Two Ships Ladings amount together to £.7078 6 8
"So as there is more collected than laid out, £.166 3 4

"Which Accompt being thus made up, in the Presence of the Worshipful Liuen Cock, Thienhouen, and Mr. Derrick Host, who gave their Consents to the making up thereof, with due Protestation, according to Order of Accompts; have there besides agreed, that the Remainder shall be-sent to Amsterdam, to be there employed; and sent from thence to Ireland.

"Done in Middelburrowe, the Ninth of February, 1645.

"And it was subscribed, Liuen Cooq, Jr° Tuyel di Serooskel, Derrick Host.

"This Translation doth well and truly agree with the Copy of an Accompt, which maketh Mention that the Original was subscribed as aforesaid, being examined by me, Notary Public.

"It a attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub.
"1646.

"The aforesaid Accompt was again perused and audited in the Consistory of Middelburrowe, by us whose Names are here under-written, being thereunto appointed, this 14th of February, 1645; and it was found good that the Remainder should be sent to Amsterdam, to be there employed, and sent for Ireland.

"And it was subscribed,

"Luke Spirmgus, Committee of the Classis of (fn. *) Schonwen.

"Maxemillian Teelinch, Committee of the Classis of Schouwen and Tholen.

"Peter Van Thoor, Committee of the Church of Middelburrowe, by the Consistory of Middelburrowe.

"Abraham Vandepeele, Elder of Middelburrowe.

"Anthony Backelier de Marco, Deacon of Middelburrowe.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 18 December, 1643.

"Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods shipped for Kerickfergus, aboard The Morning Starr, Mr. Jan. Stevens, consigned to Serjeant Major General Montroe, for the Relief of the distressed Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland;

"Last 29 0 0 of Rye, cost 106 Gold Guilders per Last, F.4303 12 0
15 0 0 of Rye, cost 100 Gold Guilders per Last, F.2100 0 0
5 2 2 of Rye, cost 112 G. G. per Last, F. 798 7 0
3 10 0 of Rye, cost 112 G. G. per Last, F. 528 9 8
5 6 3 of Rye, cost 114 G. G. per Last, F. 837 18 0
7 7 2 of Rye, cost 115 G. G. per Last, F.1171 14 8
13 7 0 of Rye, cost 110 G. G. per Last, F.2041 18 8
12 20 2 of Rye, cost 117 G. G. per Last, F.2089 19 0
8 26 3 of Rye, cost 121 G. G. per Last, F. 1523 0 0
100 Last of Rye, F. 15394 18 8
5 12 3 of White Pease, cost 30 £. Flem. per Last, F.985 0 0
4 14 1 of White Pease, cost 32 £. Flem. per Last, F.869 6 8
10 Last of White Pease, F.1854 6 8
7 17 1 of Oats, cost 60 G. Guilders per Last, F. 641 13 0
4 17 1 of Oats, cost 60 G. G. per Last, F.389 13 8
8 19 1 of Oats, cost 61 G. G. per Last, F.744 0 0
20 26 3 of Oats, F.1775 6 8
"50 Barrels of Oatmeal,
"50 Barrels of Barley Gort.
"100 Barrels of Gort, cost F. 9 per Barrel, F.900 0 0
"Paid for the Barrels and Freight from Alckmaer, F.100 14 0
F.1000 14 0
"Two Thousand White Holland Cheeses, wt. 22528 lb. cost F. 15 per Cent. F.3379 4 0
"Eighty-four Barrels of White Salt, cost, with the Barrels and Lighterhire to Tesel, F.321 10 0
"Charges of the abovesaid Goods:
"Last "Paid to the Directeurs, F.70 0 0
"Paid Labourage, Measuring, and at Receipt of the Rye, Oats, and Pease, F.102 10 12
"Paid for Lighter-hire and Legdagen F.61 14 8
"Paid for turning of 110 Last, at 26 Stivers per Last, F.33 0 0
"Paid for a Port Sail, F.1 4 0
"Paid for 117 Dozen of Straw Matts, and 16 Moscovia Matts, with Skuit Freight aboard F.93 8 0
"Paid for Two Water Schepen, to help the Ship over the Pampus, F.12 0 0
"Paid for Lighter-hire of Rye and Gort, to Tessell, with Legdagen, F.70 0 0
"Paid for Dennage and Geveling, F.25 0 0
"Paid for Pilotage to bring the Ship into Tessell, F.20 0 0
"Paid for Brokerage to freight the Ship, F.7 10 0
"Paid for Two Request to the Admiralty, and translating some English Letters, F.6 8 0
"Paid Pilotage for carrying the Ship out of Tessell, F.13 0 0
F.515 15 4
"Summa is F. 24241 14 12

"Subscribed per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub. 1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 13 April, 1644.

"Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods shipped for Karickfergus, aboard The Unitie Schipp, Job Elertsen, of Schiedam, consigned to Serjeant Major General Montroe, for Relief of the distressed Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland; videlicet,

"Last 30 18 3 of Rye, cost 120 Gold Guilders per Last, F.5156 13 8
19 19 3 of Rye, cost 109 G. Guilders per Last, F.3011 0 0
16 26 0 of Rye, cost 115 G. Guilders per Last, F.2731 1 0
27 25 2 of Rye, cost 113 G. Guilders per Last, F.4420 17 0
5 2 1 of Rye, cost 110 G. Guilders per Last, F.782 16 8
100 11 1 of Rye, cost F.16102 8 0
17 2 3 of Wheat, cost 156 G. Guilders per Last, F.3735 0 0
44 15 0 of Wheat, cost 155 G. Guilders per Last, F.9668 10 0
61 17 3 of Wheat, F.13403 10 0
"1¼ Hundred of White Salt, cost 65£. Flem. per Cent. and is, with the Barrels, F.623 6 0
"Two Thousand and Nine Cheeses, red crusted, weight 20,183 lb. cost F.14 55/8 St. per Cent. F.2882 12 8
"Two Hundred and Ninety Barrels of Haver Gort, cost F. 9 8½ Stivers per Barrel, F. 2733 5 0
"Charges upon the abovesaid Goods:
"Last "Paid Brokerage of freighting the Ship, F.10 0 0
"Paid Labourage, Measuring, and at Receipt of the Wheat and Rye, F. 244 4 8
"Paid for Deal Boards, and Spars to make Geveling, F. 63 15 0
"Paid for Port Sails, F. 2 8 0
"Paid casting the Corn into the Ship, F. 52 10 0
"Paid for 118 Dozen of Matts, at 12 St. F. 74 15 0
"Paid for 290 Barrels for the Gort, at 17 St. 5½ d. F. 251 10 0
"Paid Boatage aboard of the Gort, F. 14 10 0
"Paid Lighterage and Legdagen of the Corn, F. 141 6 8
"Paid Lighterage upon Pampus, and Sleaping over the Ship, F. 33 0 0
"Paid to Abr. Janss Esick, for a great Flag, F. 35 0 0
"Paid Freight of the Cheeses from Alckmaer, F. 30 0 0
"Paid Pilotage down to the Ulie, F. 32 0 0
"Paid Three Lighters, for Lighterage down to the Ulie with Rye and Gort, and for 18 Legdagen, F. 146 0 0
"Paid Pilotage out of the Ulie, F. 18 0 0
F. 1148 19 0
"Summa is F. 36894 0 8

"Subscribed per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"It a attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub.

1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 13 Aprilis, 1644.

"Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods shipped for Karickfergus, per The Water Mill, Mr. Lambert Hendrickson Van Schermer boorn, and consigned to Serjeant Major General Montroe, for Relief of distressed Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland; videlicet,

"Last 4 19 2 of Beans, cost 22¾ £. Flemish per Last, F. 644 11 12
7 12 1 of Beans, cost 21 £. Flem. per Last, F. 939 3 0
14 2 1 of Beans, cost 21½ £. Flem. per Last, F. 1816 15 0
8 21 3 of Beans, cost 23 £. Flem. per Last, F. 1215 1 0
5 1 3 of Beans, cost 22 £. Flem. per Last, F. 668 11 8
40 3 2 of Beans, F. 5284 2 4
3 23 2 of Pease, cost 27 £. Flem. per Last, F. 625 10 0
6 13 2 of Pease, cost 29½£. Flem. per Last, F. 1150 10 0
15 22 0 of Pease, cost 30£. Flem. per Last, F. 2846 14 0
4 3 2 of Pease, cost 30½ £. Flem. per Last, F. 755 15 8
30 8 2 of Pease, cost, F. 5378 9 8
15 6 3 of Oats, cost 55 Gold Guilders per Last, F. 1171 8 0
6 17 1 of Oats, cost 52½ G. Guilders per Last, F. 487 19 0
8 19 0 of Oats, cost 53 G. Guilders per Last, F. 645 16 4
17 11 1 of Oats, cost 54 G. Guilders per Last, F. 1316 14 0
7 14 2 of Oats, cost 52 G. Guilders per Last, F. 548 14 0
2 26 0 of Oats, cost 56 G. Guilders per Last, F. 232 6 0
3 13 1 of Oats, cost 60 G. Guilders per Last, F. 292 5 0
62 0 0 of Oats, cost, F. 4695 2 4
"One Hundred Firkins of Butter, at F. 11 per Firkin, F. 1100 0 0
"Two Thousand Five Hundred Seventy-seven Cheeses, red crusted, W. 25,892lb. cost F. 14 55/8 St. pro Cent. F. 3696 15 8
"Two Hundred and Ten Barrels of Gort, cost F. 9 8 8d per Barrel, F. 1979 5 0
"Charges disbursed upon the abovesaid Goods:
"Last "Paid for Brokerage of freighting the Ship, F. 7 10 0
"Paid for Labourage up, and off from the Kiel, at drying of the Beans, F. 49 1 0
"Paid for drying of 12⅓ Last of Beans, F. 61 13 0
"Paid Labourage, Measuring, and at Receipt of the Oats, Pease, and Beans, F. 177 0 8
"Paid for casting into the Ship of the Oats, Pease, and Beans, and for Port Sail, F. 42 16 0
"Paid for 96½ Dozen of Straw Mats, F. 60 6 0
"Paid for 183 Deal Boards, and Spars for the Geyeling, F. 83 17 0
"Paid for 210 Barrels, for the Gort, at 17 St. 5d½ F. 182 2 0
"Paid Boatage aboard, of Butter, F. 1 16 0
"Paid Boatage aboard, of the Gort, F. 11 0 0
"Paid Lighterage and Legdagen, of Oats, Pease, and Beans, F. 124 4 0
"Paid for Sleaping the Ship over the Pampus, F. 12 0 0
"Paid Pilotage into Ulie, and a ½ Day's Service, F. 14 15 0
"Paid for 2 Lighters down to Ulie, F. 90 0 0
"Paid for Pilotage out of the Ulie, F. 12 0 0
F. 930 0 8
Summa is F. 23063 15 0

"Subscribed, per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans,
Not. Pub.
1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 10 of May, 1644.

"Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods, shipped for London Derry, and consigned to Mr Robert Thornton, Mayor, for the Relief of the distressed Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland.

"Per The Hope, of Amstcrdam, Mr. Cornelis Garbrantsen,
"Per The Ruyter, Mr. Jan Janss Ruyter, of Durckedam,
4 16 0 of Rye, which was lest out by Job Elcrtss,
42 11 1 of Rye, cost 100 Gold Guilders per Last, F.5938 6 0
4 16 0 of Rye, cost 99 G. Guilders per Last, F. 636 10 0
17 10 1 of Rye, cost 103 G. Guilders per Last, F.2506 2 0
31 0 2 of Rye, cost 98 G. Guilders per Last, F.4255 15 8
Last 100 0 0 of Rye, F.13336 13 8
9 6 0 of Beans, cost 16¾£. Flem. per Last, F. 926 17 0
17 6 1 of Beans, cost 17£. Flem. per Last, F.1757 10 8
4 0 1 of Beans, cost 18£. Flem. per Last, F. 433 0 0
30 12 2 F.3117 7 8
11 0 2 of Oats, cost 55½ G. Guilders per Last, F. 856 1 0
6 7 0 of Oats, cost 60 G. Guilders per Last, F. 525 13 0
13 13 0 of Oats, cost 58 G. Guilders per Last, F.1094 14 0
17 2 0 of Oats, cost 57 G. Guilders per Last, F.1361 10 0
2 4 2 of Oats, cost 61 G. Guilders per Last, F. 185 0 8
50 Last of Oats, F.4022 18 8
17 9 3 of Pease, cost 24£. Flem. per Last, F.2499 19 0
0 25 2 of Pease, cost 27£. Flem. per Last, F. 153 1 0
11 18 3 of Pease, cost 29½£. Flem. per Last, F.2069 16 0
6 0 0 of Pease, cost 28£. Flem. per Last, F.1008 0 0
4 0 0 of Pease, cost 26£. Flem. per Last, F. 624 0 0
40 Last of Pease, F.6354 16 0
320 Barrels of Gort, cost F.9¾ Stivers per Barr. is F.2892 2 0
4000 Cheeses, W. 47,408 lb. cost F. 14 8 Stivers pro Cent. F.6986 2 0
         100 Barrels of St. Lucas Salt, cost 56 Stivers per Barrel,
           80 Barrels of White Salt, cost 62 Stivers per the Barrel,
         —
         180 Barrels of Salt, together with the Barrels, amounts to F. 678 0 0
"Charges upon the abovesaid Goods:
"Paid Labourage, &c. of the Rye, Oats, Pease, and Beans, F. 209 16 0
"Paid for drying of 2 Last of wet Rye, with Labourage, &c. off, F. 26 15 0
"Paid for casting into the Ship of the Corn, with Port Sails, F. 42 18 0
"Paid Lighterage and Legdagen, F. 177 5 0
"Paid for 320 Barrels for the Gort. at F. 10 11 Stivers per Last, F. 263 3 0
"Paid Labourage of them, with Boatage and Sleading, F. 27 10 0
"Paid for 243½ Dozen of Straw Matts, at 12 St. per Dozen, with Charges, F. 152 1 0
"Paid for 324 Deals, and 52 Spars, with Boatage aboard, F. 168 10 0
"Paid Lighterage and Legdagen to 5 Lighters down to Tessell, and for the
"Goods brought back again, with Lighterage to Pampus, F. 284 4 0
"Paid for 3 Water Ships to help these Ships over Pampus, F. 30 0 0
"Paid Pilotage in Tessell of both the Ships, with Legdagen, F. 84 0 0
"Paid for measuring of the Gort, F. 26 19 0
F.1493 1 0
"Summa is F.38881 0 8

"Subscribed, Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub. 1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 22 Junii, 1644.

"Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods shipped for Karickfergus, per the following Ships, and consigned to Serjeant Major General Montroe, for Relief of the distressed Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland; videlicet,

"Per The Flying Hart, of Amsterdam, Mr. Gerret Albertsen Poy.
"Per The Fortune, of Amsterdam, Mr. Derick Duysent.
"Last 34 3 2 of Rye, cost 101 G. Guilders per Last, F. 4825 18 8
81 25 3 of Rye, cost 98 G. Guilders per Last, F. 11244 1 0
3 24 3 of Rye, cost 99 G. Guilders per Last, F. 542 17 0
120 Last of Rye, F. 16612 16 8
15 2 3 of Pease, which were lest out per Cornelis Garbrantss.
4 24 1 of Pease, cost 62 £. Flem. per Last, F. 763 17 0
20 Last of Pease, F. 763 17 0
22 13 1 of Beans, cost 18½ £. Flem. per Last, F. 2496 9 0
5 14 3 of Beans, cost 20¾£. Flem. per Last, F. 690 10 0
11 26 0 of Beans, cost 19£. Flem. per Last, F. 1363 15 8
40 Last of Beans, F. 4550 14 8
16 0 0 of Oats, which were left out by Cor. Garbrantsen, and Jan Janss Ruyter, and now shipped per Dirck Duysent.
25 7 3 of Oats, cost 43 Gold Guilders per Last, F. 1522 5 0
14 13 3 of Oats, cost 51 G. Guilders per Last, F. 1035 19 0
3 23 2 of Oats, cost 52 G. Guilders per Last, F. 282 8 8
59 18 0 of Oats, F. 2840 12 8
"Four Thousand Cheeses, W. 44, 110lb. cost with Charges, F. 15 9 14d pro Cent. F. 6834 15 8
"400 Barrels of Gort, cost F. 914/5 per Barrel, F. 3636 1 8
"100 Barrels of French Salt, qt.¾ C. and 7 measured at 45 £. per Cent. F. 207 3 0
"Charges disbursed upon the abovesaid Goods:
"Paid Labourage at Receipt, carrying off from the Soulder into the Lighters, casting into the Ship, turning, holding up the Bags, setting Trapladder, measuring Bier geldt, and for the Rye, Oats, Pease, and Beans, and carrying of 10 Last to be dried, all is F. 391 12 0
Paid measuring the Gort F. 30 8, filling the Barrels, Skuit Freight, and Sleading the Barrels to the Gorters, is together F. 68 0 8
"Paid for drying of 10 Last, 4 Mud. 3 Schepel of Beans, F. 50 12 0
"Paid for 2 / m; Solder hire, for Rye, F. 20 0 0
"Paid for 166 Dozen of Straw Matts, at 12 St. and Labourage 3 13 F. 104 5 0
"Paid for 352 Deals, and 60 Balks, with Charges, as per the Particulars, F. 185 10 0
"Paid for Nails for both Ships, and making the Geveling, &c. F. 20 6 0
"Paid for 500 Barrels for the Gort and Salt, at F. 11 per Last, F. 393 11 8
"Paid for heading too 180 Barrels with Salt and Gort, F. 10 10 0
"Paid for Sleaping Gerret Poy Ships over Pampus, F. 10 0 0
"Paid for Pilotage down to Tessell, of each Ship F. 16, and Pilotage out, of each Ship F. 12, in all F. 56 0 0
"Paid to 9 Corn Lighters, for carrying the Corn aboard, with Legdagen, F. 274 12 0
"Paid to 4 Mast Lighters, for 5 Voyages to Tessell with Corn and Cheese aboard the Ships, with Legdagen, as per the Particulars, is F. 197 5 0 F. 1782 4 0
"Summa is F.37228 4 8

"Subscribed, per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub.

1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, Primo Octobris, 1644.

"Copia.

"Invoice of several Goods laden per the following Ships, for Relief of the distressed Protestants in the Province of Munster, and consigned as follows:

"Per The Castel de Mina, Mr. Jacob Lowe, laden for Youghall, consigned to the Lord Broghall.
"Per The Morning Starr, Mr. Jan Stevens, laden for Corke, consigned to the Lord Inchequine.
"Last 160 12 1 of Rye, cost 83 Gold Guilders per Last, F. 18644 14 0
1 6 3 of Rye, cost 92 G. Guilders per Last, F. 161 0 0
161 19 F.18805 14 0
7 0 0 of Oats, cost 58 G. Guilders per Last, F. 568 8 0
12 19 3 of Oats, cost 37 G. Guilders per Last, F. 659 10 0
14 15 3 of Oats, cost 55 G. Guilders per Last, F. 1122 18 0
34 8 2 F. 2350 16 0
7 13 3 of Pease, cost 27¾£. Flemish per Last, F. 1250 5 8
2 0 0 of Pease, cost 28£. Flem. per Last, F. 336 0 0
4 20 2 of Pease, cost 29£. Flem. per Last, F. 827 16 0
13 6 3 of Pease, cost 29½£. Flem. per Last, F. 2345 5 8
"Last 27 14 0 F. 4759 7 0
33 9 1 of Beans, cost 22¼£. Flem. per Last, F. 4451 5 0
2 17 3 of Beans, cost 22£. Flem. per Last, F. 350 15 0
"Last 36 0 0 F. 4802 0 0
"Three Hundred Forty Barrels of Gort, cost F.8 17 12d per Bar. F. 3021 7 0
"Two Barrels of Gort, cost F. 20 0 0
"Sixty-eight Barrels and one Hogshead of Rye Meal, being 70 Barrels, at 5½ G. per Barrel, F. 385 0 0
"One Hundred Eleven Barrels of Salt, at F. 2 19 12d per Barrel, with Charges, F. 331 4 8
"Paid Labourage at Receipt, carrying off the Solders into Lighters, turning, setting, Bier gelt of Rye, Oats, Pease, and Beans, F. 174 4 8
"Paid casting the Rye and Pease into the Ship, with Port Sails, F. 28 4 0
"Paid for measuring of the Gort, F. 25 13 0
"Paid for Sleading of the Gort, Barrels, and Labourage into the Skuit, F. 21 9 0
"Paid Lighterage of Rye, Oats, Pease, and Beans, with Demurrage, F. 135 3 8
"Paid for Nails for the Ships, F. 22 7 0
"Paid for drying of wet Rye, F. 7 10 0
"Paid for Barrels for the Gort, and for 111 Barrels for the Salt, F. 347 4 0
"Paid for 3C. and 12 Deals Boards, cost F. 48 per C. F. 172 16 0
"Paid for 48 Spars, at, F. 23 16 0
"Paid Labourage and Boatage aboard, F. 5 4 0
"Paid for 208 Dozen of Straw Matts, at 10 St. and 5 Muscovia Matts, F. 127 11 0
"Paid to 8 Lighters, for Lighterage of the Corn down to Tessell, aboard Mr. Stevens and Mr. Low, with Demurrage, F. 283 10 0
"Paid Lootsmans gelt in Tessell of both Ships, F. 48 0 0 F.1422 12 0
"Summa is F.35898 0 8

"Subscribed, per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"Ita attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub. 1646.

"Laus Deo Amsterdam, 8 December, 1644.

Copia.

"Invoice of the Cost and Charges of several Goods laden for Duncannon Fort, aboard The Elizabeth of Enchuysen, Mr. Hendrick Peterson Halfhoorn, consigned to the Right Honourable the Lord Esmond, for Relief of the distressed Protestants of Ireland; videlicet,

"Last 24 17 0 of Rye, cost 100 Gold Guilders per Last, F. 3448 3 0
25 10 0 of Rye, cost 90 G. Guilders per Last, F. 3196 13 0
50 Last of Rye, F. 6644 16 0
14 0 0 of White Pease, cost 27½£. Flemish per Last, F. 2310 0 0
11 11 0 of Beans, cost 20¾£. Flem. per Last, F. 1420 4 0
10 22 2 of Oats, cost 49 G. Guilders per Last, F. 743 3 0
2 15 1 of Oats, cost 52 G. Guilders per Last, F. 186 14 0
5 0 3 of Oats, cost 61 G. Guilders per Last, F. 429 7 8
18 11 2 Lasts of Oats, F. 1359 4 8
"150 Barrels of Gort, cost F. 8 17 8d per Barrel, F. 1331 16 0
2000 Holland Cheeses, Wt. 21675 lb. cost F. 14 12½ St. per C. with Charges, F. 3168 8 0
"97 Barrels of Salt, cost with Barrels, F. 289 19 0
"Paid Labourage at Receipt, and twice carrying from the Solders into the Lighters, and out of the Lighters into the Solders, with turning and cas-ting out one Lighter into the other, of Rye, Pease, Oats, and Beans, F. 212 9 0
"Paid Measuring of the Gort, F. 11 6 8
"Paid Sleding, Filling, and Labourage of the Gort, F. 10 7 8
"Paid for 68 Dozen of Straw Matts, F. 54 12 0
"Paid for 150 Barrels for the Gort, at F. 11½ per Last, F. 124 14 0
"Paid for 34 Balks, and 50 Deals, for the Geveling, F. 53 10 0
"Paid for Nails, F. 12 0 0
"Paid for Solder Hire of the Rye, F. 31 0 0
"Paid to 4 Lighters, for Lighterage of 24:17: of Rye since the 23 of April, being Corn that lay long, being in Suit about it, F. 294 19 0
"Paid for an Insiavation against the Shipper for his long Stay, F. 2 0 0
"Paid to 5 Lighters, for Lighterage and Demurrage of the Rye, Oats, and Pease, and Beans, down to Enchuysen, F. 232 3 0
"Paid for Pilotage down to Tessell, F. 24 0 0 F. 1063 1 0
"Summa is, F. 17587 8 8

"Subscribed per Wm. Watson.

"This Copy doth well and truly agree with the original Accompt, being examined by me, the subscribed Notary Public.

"It a attestor, Johannes Emans, Not. Pub. 1646.

"The Total of all the Collections for the poor distressed Protestants of Ireland, in the Provinces of Gelderia, Holland, Freesland, Bishopric of Utrecht, Over Isell, and City of Groenningen, amount, as by the par-ticular Accompt of the Treasurers of Amst'm, appointed by the High (fn. *) Committee of Parliament, may appear, to the Sum of F. 268719 4 2
"The Total Receipt of the Treasurers of Middll' to the Use aforesaid, for the Province of Sealand, doth amount, as by the Particulars doth ap-pear, to the Sum of F. 43467 0 0
F. 312186 4 2
"Which F. 312186 4 2 do make in Sterling Money, accounting Two Shillings Sterling for every Florin, the Sum of Thirty and One Thou-sand, Two Hundred and Eighteen Pounds, Twelve Shillings, and Five Pence, £. 31218 12 510

Adjourn.

House adjourned till 10a cras.

Footnotes

* Origin. special.
* Origin to.
* Bis in Originali.
* Bis in Originali.
* Sic.
* Origin. to be.
* Origin Billo.
* Sic.
* Sic.
* Origin. Cruntie.