House of Commons Journal Volume 11
26 November 1694

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 11: 26 November 1694', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 11: 1693-1697 (1803), pp. 176-179. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=39041 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Lunæ, 26 die Novembris;

Sexto Gulielmi et Mariæ.

Prayers.

Army Estimate.

THE Earl of Ranelagh acquainted the House, That his Majesty, in pursuance of their Address, had been pleased to command him to lay before this House an Estimate for the next Year's Service, for the War, in relation to the Land-Forces: and he delivered the same in at the Clerk's Table: Where the same was read; and is as followeth; viz.

A LIST of the Land-Forces which his Majesty has now in his Pay, and which he thinks necessary to be continued and maintained in England, and beyond Seas, for the Service of the Year 1695.

Troops and Compauies. Commissioned Officers, &c. Non-commissioned Officers. Private Men. Together. Pay per Annum. Servants allowed.
HORSE. £. s. d.
First Troop of Guards 1 16 5 200 221 18,517 13 4 14
Second Troop of Guards 1 16 5 200 221 18,517 13 4 14
Third Troop of Guards 1 16 5 200 221 18,517 13 4 14
Troop of Grenadier Guards 1 11 20 180 211 11,746 18 4 7
Troop of Scots Guards 1 11 5 118 134 9,687 14 2 19
Royal Regiment 9 40 45 531 616 33,829 8 4 53
Queen's Regiment 9 40 45 531 616 33,829 8 4 57
Colonel Levison's, late Villiers's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Colonel Wood's, late Berklye's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Colonel Langston's, late Godfrye's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Colonel Coye's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Colonel Wyndham's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Duke Scomberg and Leinster's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Lord Gallway's 9 114 45 531 690 43,949 10 75
Earl of Macclesfield's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Earl of Arran's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
Colonel Windsor's 6 29 30 354 413 22,833 15 10 51
DANES. Duke of Wirtemberg's 6 32 36 306 374 12,912 7 9
Late Marquis La Forrest's 6 32 36 306 374 12,912 7 9
Colonel Schestedt's 6 32 36 306 374 12,912 7 9
DUTCH. Troop of Guards 1 15 5 200 220 18,389 18 4 12
Regiment of Guards 6 28 36 402 466 25,206 5 10 51
Steinbock's, late Riddessel's 3 16 15 198 229 12,650 5 10
Richteren's 3 16 15 198 229 12,650 5 10
Monpovillan's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Athlone's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Late Sgravemore's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Zuylestein's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Schack's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Vittenhoff's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
Boncour's 3 17 18 165 200 6,901 13 6
4 Regiments of Hanovers 24 140 152 1,248 1,540 58,592 10
Total of Horse 162 955 902 9,996 11,853 608,637 16 1 811
DRAGOONS.
Royal Regiment 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Lord Fairfax's, late Leveson's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Earl of Essex's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Sir Tho. Levingston's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Colonel Wynn's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Colonel Cunningham's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Earl of Denbigh's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Colonel Leigh's 8 38 72 480 590 20,652 18 4 67
Colonel Eppinger's 10 45 90 800 935 31,329 3 4 83
Total of Dragoons 74 349 666 4,640 5,655 196,552 10 619
FOOT.
First Regiment of Guards 28 99 224 2,240 2,563 54,016 19 2 145
Second Regiment of Guards 14 51 112 1,120 1,283 27,511 17 6 74
Regiment of Scotts Guards 16 57 128 1,280 1,465 23,807 2 6 84
Royal Regiment 26 88 208 1,560 1,856 31,712 8 4 135
Regiment of Fusileers 13 46 104 780 930 16,455 8 4 69
Colonel Selwyn's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Churchill's 13 44 104 780 928 16,155 3 4 69
Colonel Trelawnye's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Beaumont's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir Bevil Granville, late Bath's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Brewer's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Haftings's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Tidcomb's late Beveridge's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir David Coljear's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir James Leslie's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Colt's late Goodwyn's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir George St. George's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Collingwood's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Stanlye's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel D'O Farrell's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Lillingston's, late Fulkes's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Earle, late Luttrell's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Earl's, from Ireland 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Mordaunt's late Monmoth's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Duke of Bolton's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Late Colonel Godfry Lloyd's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Lord Castleton's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Venners's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Ingolsby's, late Morgan's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Maitland's, late Leven's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Ferguson's, late Munro's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Earl of Arguyle's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Tiffin's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Mackay's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir Cha. Grayham's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Lander's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Marquis De Rada's, late Hess's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Lord Cutts's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Late Colonel Edward Lloyd's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Frederick Hamilton's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel La Meloiner's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Count Marton's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Belcastell's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Sir Henry Ballasis 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Rowe's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Stewart's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Coote's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Bochan's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel George Hamilton's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Lord Strathnaver's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Gibson's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Farrington's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Northcott's 13 44 104 780 928 16,145 3 4 69
Colonel Russell's 5 18 40 500 558 8,988 2 6 29
New-York Companies 4 13 32 400 445 6,801 3 4 20
Company at Jamaica 1 3 9 100 112 1,727 13 4 5
Company at the Leeward Islands 1 3 8 60 71 1,177 2 6 5
Company of Miners 1 2 6 50 58 1,733 15 0 4
Company at Windsor 1 4 14 150 168 1,727 9 8
Company at Upnor 1 2 6 50 58 863 16 8 2
Company at Chester 1 3 9 80 92 983 10 9
Company at Tinmouth 1 3 9 80 92 983 10 9
Company at Hampton Court 1 3 9 80 92 983 10 9
DANES. Battalion of Guards 7 42 91 728 861 14,224 5 2 28
Queen's Battalion 7 36 91 714 841 11,060 14 6 28
Prince Frederick's Battalion 6 32 78 612 722 9,516 1 3 24
Prince Christian's Battalion 6 32 78 612 722 9,602 19 4 24
Prince George's Battalion 6 31 78 612 721 9,152 18 2 24
The Zealand Battalion 6 32 78 612 722 9,602 19 4 24
The Juitland Battalion 6 32 78 612 722 9,494 6 8 24
The Tunish Battalion 6 31 78 612 721 9,152 18 2 24
DUTCH. Regiment of Guards 26 90 209 2,381 2,680 54,068 13 4 125
Count Nassau's 12 40 120 684 844 11,231 4 6 36
Colonel Anver's, late Groben's 12 40 120 684 844 11,231 4 6 36
Prince of Brandenburgh's 12 40 120 684 844 11,231 4 6 36
Four Regiments of Hanovers 28 104 396 2,464 2,964 44,528
Two Regiments of Wolfembottle 14 52 198 1,232 1,482 22,752 10
Total of Foot 892 3,255 7,726 59,213 70,194 1,198,080 10 6 4,317
Total of Horse, Dragoons, and Foot, now in Pay 1,128 4,559 9,294 73,849 87,702 2,003,270 16 7 5,747
£. s. d.
Memorandum. That over and above the Total of the Charge of the foregoing Lift, being 2,003,270 16 7
There will be wanting
For the General Officers 31,058 8 6
For the Train 210,773 4 5
For Transports, Hospitals, Contingencies, and other extraordinary Charges of the War 460,000
Total of the foregoing List, and the aforesaid Particular By his Majesty's Command, £2,705,102 9 6

William Blathwayt.

Ordered, That the Consideration of the said Estimate be referred to the Committee of the whole House, who are to consider of the Supply to be granted to their Majesties, for carrying on the War against France with Vigour.

Navy Estimate.

Sir John Lowther acquainted the House, That his Majesty, in pursuance of their Address, had been pleased to command him to lay before this House an Estimate for the next Year's Service for the War, in relation to the Fleet: And he delivered the same in at the Clerk's Table: Where the same was read; and is as followeth; viz.

An ESTIMATE of the Charge of their Majesties Navy for the Year 1695.
£. s. d.
Wages, Victuals, Wear and Tear, and Ordnance-Stores, for Forty thousand Men, serving in their Majesties Ships at Sea Thirteen Months, at Four Pounds Five Shillings per Month 2,210,000
Ordinary Estimate £111,012 127,984 £.
2,395,136
s.
13
d.
10
Officers of the Two Marine Regiments 16,972
New Docks and Yards at Portsmouth and Plymouth, in Addition to former Estimates 25,693
Mortars, and Ordnance Stores, for Eight Bomb Vessels 31,459 13 10
Transporting 1,030 Marine Officers and Soldiers to the Mediterranean 4,120 72,519 16
Transporting Victuals to the Fleet in those Seas 33,349
Transporting Ordnance Stores for the same Fleet 9,360
Hulks and Store Ships ordered to the Streights 25,690 16
Building, and furnishing with Rigging, Sea-Stores, Ordnance, and Gumners Stores, Four Second-rate Ships, of 90 Guns each 135,835 18 11
Total - £. 2,603,492 8 9
J. Lowther,
H. Priestman,
Robert Austen,
R. Rich,
G. Rooke,
John Houblen.

Ordered, That the Consideration of the said Estimate be referred to the Committee of the whole House, who are to consider of the Supply to be granted to their Majesties, for carrying on the War against France with Vigour.

Quotes of Allies.

The Lord Marquis of Winchester acquainted the House, That his Majesty, in pursuance of their Address, had been pleased to command him to lay before this House, the State of the War, relating to the Quotas the Confederates and Allies are to furnish, for the carrying on the War: And he delivered the same in at the Clerk's Table: Where the same was read; and is as followeth; viz.

A STATE of the War, relating to the Quotas which the Consederates and Allies do severally furnish.

Number of Men.
States General 107,540
Spanish Troops in the Low-Countries, including 1,500 Bavarian Cuirassiers 7,000
In Spaine 25,000
Emperor in Germany 10,000
Elector of Brandenburg, besides those in Hungary 33,000
Elector Palatine 6,000
Elector of Treves 1,500
Elector of Cologne 2,000
Elector of Mentz 2,000
Elector of Saxony 16,000
Elector of Bavaria 8,000
House of Lunenburg, besides those in Hungary 23,000
Under the Duke of Savoy in Piedmont of Germans, 19,000 47,000
Spanish 12,000
of his own 16,000
Circles of Suabia and Franconia 30,000
Landgrave of Hesse-Cassell 8,000
Bishop of Leige 6,000
Bishop of Munster and Paderborn, for their Quota 2,000
                                                                                                      Total 334,040

Ordered, That the Consideration of the said State be referred to the Committee of the whole House, who are to consider of the Supply to be granted to their Majesties, for carrying on the War against France with Vigour.

Tryals for Treason.

A Bill for regulating of Tryals in Cases of High Treason, and Misprision of Treason, was presented to the House; and read the First time.

Resolved, That the Bill be read a Second time upon this Day Sevennight, at Eleven a Clock.

Call of the House.

The House was, according to Order, called over;

And the Names of such as made Default were called over a Second time; and the Absence of several of them excused, by reason of present Sickness, and such Indisposition of Health as rendered them unfit to travel; and others were excused for urgent Occasions, and for a certain time.

Ordered, That the Clerk of the House do make a List of such Members Names, as made Default to appear this Day, and of the Times for which they are severally excused, to the end the same may be read over to the House.

Resolved, That James Prade Esquire, Sir Nath. Nappier, and William Okeden Esquire, be severally sent for in Custody of the Serjeant at Arms attending this House, for absenting themselves from their Servic in Parliament.

And then the House adjourned till To-morrow Morning, Eight a Clock.