|Date.||Nature and Substance of the Entry.||Reference.|
|April 1||Treasury order for 2l. 10s. 0d. to William Packer, Porter of the
Receipt.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 1,449l. 8s. 10d. and 2,000l. to Samuel Pepys for
Tangier.||Ibid, p. 64.|
|April 2||Same for 73l. 14s. 4d. to Symon Smith, Receiver General of Aids
for Surrey, for moneys by him overpaid on his account.||Ibid, p. 70.|
|Money warrant for 91l. 5s. 0d. to Percival Stanny, His Majesty's
letter carrier, for half a year on his fee of 10s. a day.||Warrants Early XXII.
|April 2||The Treasury Lords to the Customs Farmers. "We have signed
several dormant warrants and other warrants for the payment
of several sums of money by you out of your rent: and in
regard we have found by experience that your putting the
same to accompt upon some months the moneys whereof [i.e.
of which months] we had designed and directed in the
Exchequer for other uses; and orders thereupon accordingly
were registered to the disturbance of His Majesty's affairs and
the discredit of the Exchequer: we [therefore] desire you to
forbear making any further payment upon any warrant
directed to you until further order, which you shall speedily
receive from us."||Out Letters Customs I.
|Sir G. Downing to the Customs Farmers for an account of
moneys paid by them since January last on Treasury warrants:
and not to fail to make a weekly certificate of all moneys so
paid in future.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir R. Long for a certificate of what has been charged
on the 3,000l. per month of the Customs from Xmas last.||Ibid.|
|Same to the Solicitor General to attend on Monday next, when
my Lords intend to peruse the several amendments to the
Irish [revenue farm] articles.||Ibid, p. 9.|
|Same to Auditor Wood and Mr. White concerning their purchase
of certain lands in Kent of one Mollineux, out of which a
certain rent is payable to the King.||Ibid.|
|Same to the Duke of Albemarle. The warrant for your salary
as a Treasury Lord was signed to day.||Ibid, p. 10.|
|Same to Sir R. Long et al. to attend on the 21st for the business
of settling rules for passing interest accounts.||Ibid.|
|Treasury order for 200l. to Sir Edw. Griffin for the Maundy
money.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 1,800l. to John Peter in repayment of loans on the
Customs.||Ibid, p. 42.|
|[?]||Same for 4,000l. to William Legg for Sheerness||Ibid.|
|April 2||Treasury warrant to Deputy Auditor Chislet to allow 1,211l.
16s. 4d. in account to William Kirckby, late Collector of
Hearth money for co. Lancaster, for 1½ years to 1665, Sept. 29,
being for charges and expenses in that service.||Warrants Early XXXVI.
|[?]||Declaration of account of Nicholas Mosely, late Receiver General
of Hearth money for Cheshire and Chester, 1664, Lady Day,
to 1665, Michaelmas.||Ibid, p. 127.|
|April 3||Treasury order for 275l. for the Masters of Chancery for their
salary.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 72l. 10s. 0d. each to Francis Finch, Edward Wingate,
Sir George Benyon, and Sir Deny Ashburnham, and 50l. to
Mr. Ball.||Ibid, p. 64.|
|Same for 2,483l. for William Ashburnham||Ibid.|
|April 5||Sir G. Downing to the Customs Farmers for their account of
moneys paid by them on Treasury warrants since January
last.||Out Letters General II.
|April 5||Treasury order for 2,000l. to Sir Ste. Fox on his 8,000l. a year
for special service.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Entry of Treasury allowance of 15l. 3s. 4d. to Richard Gregory,
one of the Messengers of the Chamber in Ordinary, on his
fee of 3s. 4d. a day for Lady Day quarter for attending the
Treasury.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Money warrant for 150l. each to Andrew Newport, as Comptroller of the Great Wardrobe, and Col. Bullen Reymes, as
Surveyor of the Great Wardrobe, for half a year each.||Ibid, p. 138.|
|Same for 200l. to John Lawrence for soliciting business relating
to His Majesty's revenue (order hereon dated April 6).||Ibid, p. 138; Order Book
XXXVI. p. 66.|
|Same for 200l. to the Earl of Bristol in further part of
the 1,500l. due to him.||Ibid, XXII. p. 149.|
|Royal warrant for a privy seal for 4,000l. to the Earl of Sandwich
for a present to the Emperor of Morocco (privy seal,
April 13).||Ibid, XV. pp. 261, 265.|
|April 6||Money warrant for 200l. to Thomas Windham for one year on
his annuity and in part of 1,050l. arrears thereon.||Ibid, XXI. p. 5; XVIII.
|Treasury warrant to Sir Ste. Fox, to advance to Sir Edward
Scott the moneys due to him from time to time on his pension
of 300l. per an.: as same cannot be met out of the Excise,
that revenue being so much overcharged.||Ibid, XXIV. pp. 29–30.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long. The item of 2,500l. payable to
Sir Thomas Muddiford for Jamaica by order of the 4th inst.
is omitted from your account of moneys charged upon the
Customs. Please to look and let me know this morning on
what month you have placed this order.||Out Letters General II.
|The Treasury Lords to Sir John Norton, Sir Edward Hooper,
Col. Norton, Mr. Knollys and Mr. Leigh, Commissioners of
Assessments for [co. South] Hampton, forwarding a letter
from the Commissioners of Assessments for Southampton
town and one from Mr. Knapton, and desiring them to
meet at Southampton to determine the matter in
difference.||Warrants Early XXXIII
|Treasury warrant to Thomas Townsend, assignee of the Earl of
Sandwich as Master of the Great Wardrobe, to pay 38l. 12s. 0d.
to Clement Spelman, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, for
his liveries for three years from 1665, Pentecost.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 139.|
|The Treasury Lords to the Commissioners of Assessments in
Norfolk concerning the arrears of the Aids and Eleven months
tax remaining still in the hands of the head collectors and subcollectors there. Sir William Doily will attend you at
Norwich on Tuesday. April 20 next, with further instructions
Please communicate this to the Justices of Peace at the several
sessions to be holden by adjournment in the several parts of
the county: in order to prevent all inconveniences which
may attend the issue of process out of the Exchequer against
such collectors.||Ibid, XXXIV. pp. 156–7.|
|April 7||Treasury warrant to the Receipt for the issue to the Duke of
York's children of all the moneys to be paid into the Receipt
by Lady Fanshawe after payment thereout of the 300l. to
Andrew Newport and Bullen Reymes and 200l. to John Lawrence
charged thereon.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Money warrant for 400l. per an. to the Earl of Carbery for provision of his stable as President of the Council in the Marches
of Wales.||Ibid, XXII. p. 112.|
|Treasury warrant to William Legg to assign 5,000l. to the
Customs Farmers to reimburse them for a like sum advanced
on the Treasury letter of Aug 28 last.||Ibid, XXIII. p. 22.|
|Sir G. Downing to Mr. Agar and Mr. Madden to attend the
Treasury this morning.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Cooper. "Sir John Bennet, late Treasurer
for the money given by Parliament for the relief of
poor Cavalier officers, having informed the Lords of the
Treasury that the sum of 10,810l. of the said money collected
by you is not yet accompted for "therefore forthwith give in
|Same to Lady Alington to give an accompt of the 746l. of the
aforesaid Cavalier money, which, according to Sir John
Bennet's information, is in your ladyship's hands.||Ibid.|
|Same to the Customs Farmers. You promised me that your
clerks should take care to endorse your weekly certificates
with the total sum of what they contain, but I find that your
certificates of the Collector for the Tonnage and Poundage
duty and that of the Act of Navigation are not endorsed.
Pray attend to this. Likewise the Treasury Lords spoke to
you to send to me every week a certificate of what money you
have paid that week upon Treasury warrants. Do not fail
herein whether any money be paid or not.||Ibid, p. 14.|
|Treasury warrant to William Harbord, Auditor of His Majesty's
revenue in the Duchy of Cornwall. The pre-emption and
coinage custom of tin in Devon and Cornwall were demised to
Sir Robert Viner and the rest of the late farmers thereof for
three years ended at 1667, Sept. 29, at the yearly rent of
6,500l. There lately remained a super of 8,700l. on their
account for the whole term of three years, but the said
farmers surrendered their last year of the farm, craving an
allowance of 6,500l. therefor, and their further payments
and demands amount to 1,838l. 10s. 10d. Warrant therefore
for these allowances to be made them in account.||Warrants Early XXXIII.
|The Treasury Lords to Auditor Richard Aldworth for a
particular of the office of Steward and Keeper of His
Majesty's Court Leets, Liberties, and View of Frank Pledge
and other courts of all the King's manors and lands, &c., in
co. Yorks, part of the land of the late Monastry of St.
Mary s, near the walls of the city of York: said office being
lately void by the death of Richard Collins.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 217.|
|April 8||Money warrant for 5l. to Walter Gouge, Doorkeeper to the
House of Lords, as royal bounty and for the relief of his
present necessities.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 141.|
|April 9||Sir G. Downing to the Duke of Albemarle for his signature to
a letter to the Justices of Berks and to two warrants for stay
of process against Capt. Brabant and Mr. Deering, being
matters of haste, and both Lord Ashley and Sir John Duncombe being out of town. The like for his signature to
warrants for 6,075l. and 28,000l. to Sir Dennis Gawden.||Out Letters General II.
|April 10||Same to the Duke of Albemarle and Sir John Duncombe
requesting their signature to a Treasury warrant for 30,000l.
for the Navy. "The blank could not be filled up because
the privy seal is not yet passed but passes on Tuesday next."||Ibid, p. 17.|
|April 13||The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process
against Capt. Henry Brabant and his security as Receiver of
Aids for Northumberland and Durham.||Warrants Early XXXIV.
|Money warrant for 30,000l. to the Treasurers of the Navy for the
Navy: on the Wine Act.||Ibid, XL. p. 29.|
|April 19||Treasury allowance of the 1669. Lady Day quarter salary list of
the Excise of London. Middlesex and Surrey, detailed (total
2,151l. 8s. 9d.).||Ibid, XXIV. p. 30.|
|Treasury order for 30l. to the Duke of Albemarle for the underkeepers of St. James's Park.||Order Book XXXVI.
pp. 40, 66.|
|Same for 37l. 10s. 0d. to Charles Gifford on his pension of 150l.
per an.||Ibid, p. 66.|
|Sixteen same for in all 9,423l. to Sir Dennis Gawden for sea
victuals for 5,000 men to serve at sea for six months from
1668–9, Jan. 1.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 5.|
|Royal warrant for a privy seal for 150,000l. for the Treasurers
of the Navy (privy seal hereon dated April 26).||Warrants Early XV.
pp. 264. 286, 290.|
|Money warrant for 10l. to Henry Thomas as royal bounty for
services done to the King when beyond the sea.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 140.|
|Same for 10l. to Mary Lee, daughter and administratrix of John
Walwyn, in full of 30l. due and not paid on a warrant of 1665,
June 21, for 50l. for royal bounty to him.||Ibid.|
|Same for 50l. to the officers of the Court of the Receipt of the
Exchequer commonly called the Tally Court, as consideration
for their not taking the usual fees for striking tallies of loan on
the Additional Aid.||Ibid. p. 141.|
|Same for 20l. to Margaret Hooker. relict of John Hooker, late keeper
of His Majesty's small gun office in the Tower as royal bounty.||Ibid, p. 142.|
|Same for the perpetuity of 10l. per an. to the schoolmaster of
Southwell.||Ibid, p. 169.|
|Twenty Treasury orders for in all 18,577l. for Sir Dennis Gawden
for sea victuals for 5,000 men for six months from Jan. 1 last.
("These orders were delivered to Sir Dennis Gawden. April 28.")||Order Book XXXVI.
|Money warrant for 30,000l. to the Treasurers of the Navy for
the Navy for paying the fleet lately come in under Sir Thomas
Allin: to be on the Wine Act. (Auditor's order hereon dated
April 21.)||Warrants Early XL.
pp. 30–1; Order
Book XXXVI. p. 94.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long forwarding the new commission
to the present four Lords of the Treasury " which you'l cause
to be entered in your office and with the Clerke of the Pells
and when the same is done to return it hither again." Also
please certify how near you are come on the 1,250,000l. Act to
the money registered for His Majesty's use and what is in arrear
on the first of the Eleven months' tax and on what counties.||Out Letters General II.
|April 19||Sir G. Downing to Lady Fanshawe to forthwith pay in the money
due for her husband's plate in his embassies to Spain and
Portugal.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to the Solicitor General to attend him concerning his
queries as to the draft lease of the Irish [revenue] farm.||Ibid, p. 18.|
|Same to Sir Denys Gauden and to Mr. Wadlow making an
|April 20||Money warrant for the annuity or pension of 500l. per an. to
Sir William Killegrew, Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen
Consort: as by the letters patent of 1665, Nov. 10.||Warrants Early XXIV.
|Treasury warrant for a grant to Christopher Hillyard of the
Stewardship of the Court Leets, &c., of the lands of St.
Mary's, near York city, now the King's.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 218.|
|Prefixing:—Particular of said office.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir Denys Gauden concerning Gauden's
28,000l. orders on the Customs, which my Lords have signed
to-day. Please send me a copy of your [victualling] contract "for that I have occasion to use it every day."||Out Letters General II.
|Same to the officers of the Mint to present to-morrow their
answer to Mr. Palmer's proposition about farthings.||Ibid, p. 19.|
|Same to Lady Fanshawe to attend the Treasury to-morrow||Ibid.|
|The Treasury Lords to the Commissioners of Aids for Wolphy
Hundred, co. Hereford, to proceed effectively against George
Carver, late Head Collector of Aids for said Hundred, for
detaining a great sum of the King's money.||Warrants Early XXXIV.
|Treasury warrant to Auditor Sir Joseph Seymour to allow in
the account of John Clutterbuck, as Receiver of the Poll money
of the nobility. 291l. 1s. 8d., being 12d. in the £ of his
receipt of 5,821l. 13s. 8d., as certified by John Payne, an
Attorney of the King's Remembrancer's Office.||Ibid, p. 160.|
|April 21||Treasury order for 20l. to Margaret Hooker, widow, as royal
bounty: 10l. to Henry Thomas as same: 50l. to the Pages of
the Bedchamber: 200l. to John Jervis for the President and
Council of the Marches of Wales.||Order Book XXXVI. p. 66.|
|Same for 273l. 5s. 4½d. to John Walker, Usher of the Exchequer
[Court].||Ibid, p. 68.|
|Privy seal for 55l. to Walter Dunch in full satisfaction of a
debt due to him from the late King: on Dunch delivering up
the bond for 1,000l. entered into by Sir William Walter and
David Walter, his son [as sureties for the said late King for
said debt], on which bond they have been recently sued to an
outlawry in consequence of the privy seal of 1665, April 29,
for payment of said debt, not being fully satisfied by reason
the said Sir William Walter et al. could not in consequence
of the plague produce said bond in order to its full satisfaction before 1666–7, Mar. 1, the time limited in the said privy
seal for the satisfaction of said debt. (Money warrant hereon,
dated May 3.)||Warrants Early XV.
p. 272; XVIII. p. 145|
|Same for 1,500l. for equipage and 1,200l. for a quarter's
ordinary in advance to Henry Lord Howard, of Norfolk, as
Ambassador Extraordinary to the Emperor of Morocco.
(Auditor's order hereon, dated Apr. 27.)||Ibid, XV. p. 265; Order
Book XXXVI. p. 40.|
|April 21||Treasury warrant to the Receipt to vacate the tallies of 1666,
Sept. 12, for 160l. on the Receiver of Crown revenues in cos.
Beds and Bucks, and for 200l. on same for cos. Oxon and
Berks in favour of Sir Godfrey Lloyd: said tallies not having
been allowed in the accounts of said Receivers for the year on
which they were drawn; by reason whereof said Lloyd has as
yet received no benefit therefrom: and in lieu hereof to cause
same to be paid out of the Exchequer.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Same to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular
of the profit of the original seal of the six counties of South
Wales and of the post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi
there: as petitioned for by Lord Vaughan.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 218.|
|Sir G. Downing to the Solicitor General to attend my Lords on
Friday concerning the Irish [revenue farm] articles.||Out Letters General II.
|Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to make a
certiorari of the conviction at the last sessions in Suffolk of
Sir Robert Drury for felony and manslaughter.||Warrants Early XXXIII.
|Same to same for stay of process against Lawrence Hyde on his
accounts as Master of the Robes.||Ibid, p. 101.|
|The Treasury Lords to the Lord Deputy and Council of Ireland
referring to them the petition of Thomas Elliot, one of the
Grooms of the King's Bedchamber, for certain lands and
estates in Ireland.||Ibid.|
|Letter to the Treasury from William Brereton, Viscount
Halifax, Sir J. Langham. Geo. Tompson, John Gregory and Giles
Dunster, Commissioners of Accounts, dated from Brooke
House for the issue of a further 500l. to Edward Arden for
them.||Ibid, p. 103.|
|The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer for immediate
process of extent against Thomas Price late Receiver of Aids
for co. Hereford, Thomas Harlackenden. late same for Kent,
and Christopher Jay, late Receiver of Hearth money for
Norfolk, for not having passed their accounts and for detaining
considerable sums of the King's money in their hands.||Ibid, XXXIV. p. 159.|
|April 22||Treasury order for 152l. 5s. 0d. to Anthony Cogan for the rent
of Mulberry Garden.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 500l. to the Treasurers of the Navy||Ibid, p. 40.|
|April 23||Sir G. Downing to Lady Fanshaw to attend my Lords this
afternoon.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to the Earl of Mulgrave to attend my Lords on Monday
about the alum business.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir Tho. Strickland concerning his unfulfilled promise to
pay — into the Receipt on which promise assignments were
presently made and now the persons so assigned complain that
they are not yet paid.||Ibid, p. 25.|
|The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process
against Nathaniel Booth.||Warrants Early XXXIV
|April 26||Money warrant for 200l. to Sir George Charnock for one year on
his annuity out of the Alum money.||Ibid, XXII. pp. 38–9.|
|Same for 100l. to Gerrard Fox, as same on same out of same||Ibid, p. 39.|
|April 26||Royal warrant for a privy seal for the grant to Sir Gilbert
Talbot of the estate of John Colleton, a planter in the
Barbados, who has slain a yeoman another planter there.||Warrants Early XV.
|Same for same for the payment of interest to the Customs Farmers
for moneys advanced on their rent. (Privy seal, dated May 12.)||Ibid, pp. 270, 341.|
|Money warrant for 20l. 13s. 5d. to Sir Job Charleton on his
yearly fee of 41l. 6s. 10d. as one of His Majesty's Serjeants
at Law: and dormant warrant for said fee in future.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 142.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir W. Doyly. Why is the 480l mentioned
in your report concerning Mr. Cockshutt, owner of the St.
John's, in Colchester, not paid to him ?||Out Letters General II.
|April 27||Treasury warrant to the Receipt to transfer to Philip Packer,
Paymaster of the Works, all sums payable on any privy seals,
tallies, or orders, &c., payable to Sir R. Long for the service
of the Works.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Treasury order for 4,000l. to the Earl of Sandwich for providing a present to the Emperor of Morocco.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Three same for, in all, 4,800l to the Countess of Dysart||Ibid.|
|The Treasury Lords to the Sheriff of Devon to remove into the
King's Bench [prison] William Milton a Sub-Collector under
William Harris, late Receiver of Hearth money for co Devon.||Warrants Early XXXVI.
|Same to the Lord Chief Baron and the rest of the Barons of
the Exchequer of Ireland. His Majesty being now pleased,
amongst other branches of his revenue in Ireland, to demise
unto William Muschamp and Humphry Taylor and others the
branch called quit rents, and we understanding in our late
debate of that whole affair that there has been, and is yet
depending, some controversy or dispute in law before you
concerning the benefit arising by quit rents of innocent
papists in Ireland, which, not being determined, does necessarily obstruct His Majesty's disposal of that farm, we
therefore importune you to use all possible diligence and
celerity in bringing this matter to an end.||Ibid, XXXIII. p. 102.|
|Sir G. Downing to Mr. Snell to attend him concerning settling
in a regular way the 4,000l. lent by the Lord Keeper to Col.
Legg for the fortifications of Sheerness.||Out Letters General II.
pp. 22, 24.|
|Same to Auditor Beale and the late Customs Farmers to hasten
the accompt of the said Farmers.||Ibid, p. 23.|
|Same to Col. Villers. Lady Fanshawe has promised to pay 1,000l.
into the Exchequer to-day and 500l. next week, both which
sums are assigned to the Duke of York's children.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir R. Long, Sir W. Doily, Sir C. Harbord, and Mr.
Sherwyn to attend my Lords on Monday for the consideration
of the disposal of the Hearth money.||Ibid, p. 24.|
|Same to Mr. Bostock You may see in my office the last complaint against Mr. Hoblin and his answer.||Ibid.|
|Same to Robert Bendish, Receiver of Aids of Norfolk. My
Lords give you extension of time to the end of July for
making up your account.||Ibid.|
|April 28||Money warrant for 400l. to Tho. Killegrew for three quarters
and one quarter on his annuity.||Warrants Early XXI.
|April 28||Treasury warrant to the Receipt to set apart 7,000l. a month
out of the revenue of the Hearth money for payment of
certain tallies levied upon the said Hearth money remaining
yet unpaid, in order that the credit of His Majesty's Exchequer
may be inviolably maintained. "That is to say that the sum
of 52,000l., part of the said 7,000l. per mensem shall be
brought into the Exchequer in specie and be there deposited in
the hands of the proper Teller for each month but not so as
to be a payment into the Exchequer to be recorded either in the
office of the Auditor or Clerk of the Pells nor any bill to be
thrown down for the same by the Teller, which cannot be in
this case, the same being appointed to discharge tallies that
are already recorded as a receipt and issue in the Exchequer
but the Tellers or some of their clerks or deputies upon the
receipt of the 7,000l. per mensem or any part thereof are from
time to time to give notice under their hands to the Auditor of
the Receipt and Clerk of the Pells respectively, testifying the
sums they have received, which [notices in lieu of tallies] are
to be kept as memorialls in their respective offices."||Warrants Early XXI.
|Appending:—A list of said tallies, viz. several for 52,000l. in
Sir Robert Vynor's hands: 3,930l. in the hands of William
Dunkar, of London, merchant, and 4,600l. most thereof also
in said Vynor's hands.|
|[? Three] Treasury orders for 1,000l. [? each] to Mr. Packer for
the building the Custom House.||Order Book XXXVI. pp.
41, 42; XXXVII. p. 3.|
|Sir G. Downing to Deputy Auditor Chislet to permit Mr. Coates
to inspect the Chimney Rolls in his hands.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Wadlow to attend my Lords on Monday about the
13,000l. yet unpaid by the Vintners on the Wine Act.||Ibid, p. 25.|
|Same to Sir William Boreman, Mr. Jackson, and Mr. Lawrence
to attend my Lords on Tuesday concerning the suit against
Sir Roger Palmer for money due to the King.||Ibid|
|April 29||Money warrant for 2,500l. for the Works||Warrants Early XXII.
|Five and seven Treasury orders for 467l. each to Sir Dennis
Gawden and partners for victualling the Navy in ordinary for
separate months, detailed.||Order Book XXXVII.
pp. 7–8, 12; XXXVI.
|—||Privy seal for increase of the allowance to Sir William Temple as
Ambassador with the States General from 7l. a day to 10l. a
day, said augmentation to date from Xmas last. (Warrant
hereon for 1,001l. dated May 18.)||Warrants Early XV.
|Treasury order for 6,801l. to the Treasurers of the Navy||Order Book XXXVI. p. 40.|
|Money warrant for 9l. to Sir Dennis Gauden for a surplusage in
the Dunkirk victualling account.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Sir G. Downing to Mr. Mountnay. How much is there now due
to the Earl of Carlisle on his pension of 1,000l. a year ?||Out Letters General II.
|April 30||Treasury order for 20l. to John Moorhouse, purveyor of Alice
Holt and Whittlewood Forest.||Order Book XXXVI. p. 67.|
|Royal sign manual for 342l. 10s. 0d. to Edward Backwell in
repayment of an advance furnished for a present to Sir Mark
Ognate as envoy from the Constable of Castile.||Warrants Early XV.
pp. 287, 305.|
|? April||Treasury warrant (crossed through) for transferring to Sir Thomas
Osborne and Sir Thomas Litleton all sums still payable to
Sir George Carteret or the Earl of Anglesey, lately severally
Treasurer of the Navy.||Ibid. XL. pp. 29–30.|