|Date.||Nature and Substance of the Entry.||Reference.|
|June 4||Royal warrant for 4,500l. to Bartholomew Fillingham, deputy
to the Commissioners at St. Helens [London], to be by him
issued as by instructions from said Commissioners.||Ibid, XV. pp. 360–1.|
|The like for similarly splitting aTreasury orders for 20l. to William Wardour, Clerk of the Pells,
for attending in vacation: and for 500l. to James Darcy for one
year of his whole fee and allowance to Lady Day last.||Order Book XXXVI.
|[? Three] Treasury orders for 1,000l. [?each] to Lawrence Hyde,
Master of the Robes.||Ibid, pp. 124, 125, 147.|
|June 5||Royal warrant for 300l. to Richard Lightfoot. Keeper of the
King's park called Bushey Park, near Hampton Court, for
repair of the posts, rails, and pales thereof.||Warrants Early XV.
|June 7||Treasury warrant to Auditor Philips to allow in account to Sir
Edmond Pooley, Receiver of Crown revenues for Norfolk and
Huntingdon, his salary for said office.||Warrants Early XXII.
|Money warrant for 400l. to Edward Capell for one year on his
pension.||Ibid, p. 108.|
|Treasury order for 18l. 12s. 0d. (? 18l. 1s. 0d.) to Sir Thomas
Clarges for wages of servants and keepers of Hampton Court.||Order Book XXXVI.
pp. 68, 71.|
|Money warrant for 80l. to William Hinton for one year
on his annuity or fee as provider of robes to the Queen
Consort.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Same for 497l. 17s. 6¼d. to John Portman, of London, goldsmith,
for interest money due as in the privy seal of March 31 last.||Ibid, p. 178.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir Ste. Fox for an authentic copy of the
establishment of the Forces. "We have daily occasion to have
recourse to it."||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir R. Long et al. to meet to form a security for borrowing
money on the [Crown] land revenue.||Ibid, p. 49.|
|Same to the Lord Privy Seal et al., Lords of Ireland, to meet my
Lords on the 10th inst. about the affairs of Ireland.||Ibid.|
|Treasury order for 200l. to Sir John Honywood||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 100l. to the poor of St. Martins [in the Fields]||Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 2, 68.|
|Same for 300l. to Baptist May for the Privy Purse||Ibid, XXXVI. p. 139.|
|Treasury warrant to Mr. Horne, woodward in New Forest, co.
Southampton, for 30 more tons of timber for the repair of
Lindhurst [in New Forest].||Warrants Early XXXVII.
|Same to the Commissioners for Dean Forest to get the best
price they can for part of the decayed trees and coppice wood
(not being timber) in said forest from such person as will pay
down a proportionable sum of money for paying off Mr.
Maynard's 1,500l. in time and for carrying on the enclosure.||Ibid, p. 223.|
|Same to Sir C. Harbord for a particular of the lands and mines
petitioned for by Hugh Tynte.||Ibid, p. 225.|
|[?]||Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer seal to Robert
Venetian of a messuage in Capel-le-Ferne, co. Kent, part of
the lands of William Bowman, yeoman, outlaw.||Ibid, p. 223.|
|[?]||Treasury order for 35l. to the clerks and ministers of the Receipt
as reward.||Order Book XXXVI. p. 68.|
|June 8||Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to remit to Sir
Martin Lumly, late sheriff of Essex, 230l. 10s. 3d. of Hearth
money by him collected in 1663.||Warrants Early XXI.
|Royal warrant for 1.390l. to Col. Richard Norton for divers
parcels of land belonging to several persons within the Works
at Portsmouth, taken in for enlarging the fort there. (Privy
seal hereon dated June 12.)||Ibid, XV. pp. 294, 308–9.|
|Money warrant for 13l. 6s. 8d. and 182l. 10s. 0d. for one
year's fee and allowance to Roger Whitley, His Majesty's
Harbinger.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 179.|
|June 8||Money warrant for 1,200l. to the Treasurers of the Navy for the
buying of two fireships to sail with His Majesty's fleet to
the Straits.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|The Treasury Lords to the Customs Farmers enclosing for their
observance a copy of the order in Council of April 23 last,
permitting until Sept. 29 next the purchase and naturalising
of 60 foreign built ships of 150 tons burden round sterns,
suitable for the Norway trade, to carry masts, deals and
timber, and to be registered as free ships for the trade of
Norway and the Baltic.||Out Letters Customs I.
|Sir G. Downing to Sir Philip Warwick to attend my Lords on
Tuesday about a super set on Sir George Benyon as one of
the Receivers of His Majesty's revenue.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir George Benyon and Mr. Finch concerning the 250l.
assigned by Mr. Wareup to them as late Commissioners of
Excise: being money of the Eleven Months' tax.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir R. Long. The 10,000l. lately lent into the
Exchequer by Mr. Meynell, the 5,000l. lately lent by Sir
Robert Vyner, and the 5,000l. lately lent by Alderman
Backwell are to be placed for repayment on the land security,
which is now preparing The above sums must only be issued
from the Exchequer on particular warrant from my Lords.||Ibid, p. 50.|
|Same to Sir Robert Vynor. I have moved my Lords for a
warrant for repayment of your 9,400l. [being unpaid balance
of loan made in 1663 on the security of the] Hearth money.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir C. Harbord and Mr. Ward to attend to-morrow
with the order of Council about [selling to the copyholders]
the improved rents in the Duchy of Cornwall.||Ibid.|
|Money warrant for 1.250l. to the Duke of York's children||Warrants Early XXIV.
|The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process
against Robert Foley, Receiver of Aids for co. Worcester.||Ibid, XXXIV. p. 183.|
|Treasury warrant to Sir C. Harbord for a constat of Audley End
House, co. Essex, which the King has decided to purchase
from the Earl of Suffolk for 50,000l., paying for same out of
the revenue of Ireland, the King having taken a liking to the
said house, and thinking it a seat fit for his residence, the
ancient houses of the Crown having been in great part
demol shed during the late times of usurpation.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 224.|
|Prefixing:—Royal warrant to the Surveyor General, dated
|Articles of agreement between the Treasury and John White,
of Westminster, brewer, late Receiver of Aids for co. Oxford
and High Collector for same for the divisions of Dorchester,
Bullingdon, and Thame, concerning the payment of the arrear
of 5,796l. 5s. 0d. with which said White stands charged on
his said receipt. White agrees to assign to my Lords debts to
the amount of 2,800l., and further to deliver to the Victualler
of the Navy so many barrels of six shilling beer at 6s. 6d. a
barrel, fit for the use of the Navy, and in such manner as the
Victualler shall desire, at the rate of not more than 70 barrels
a week till the balance is discharged.||Ibid, XXXIV. pp. 169–72,
|Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer for stay of
process against Lawrence Hyde on his accounts as Master of
the Robes.||Ibid, XXXIII. p. 106.|
|June 9||Royal sign manual for 500l. to Viscount Andover as royal bounty.
(Money warrant hereon, dated June 11; Auditor's order
dated June 12.)||Warrants Early XV. p. 298;
XVIII. p. 182; Order
Book XXXVI. p. 71.|
|Royal warrant for 21l. 19s. 6d. to Sir William Fleetwood.
Ranger of Woodstock Park, being the surplus resting on his
account for the purchase of certain furze lands to enlarge said
park and for making a wall to enclose same, and other repairs
there made from 1661–2, March 21, to 1665–6, Feb. 16.
(Money warrant, dated June 14.)||Warrants Early XV.
p. 299; XVIII. p. 183.|
|Money warrant for 60l. to Simon Hopper, one of His Majesty's
music, for one year's fee and in part of 330l. arrears thereon:
and for 200l. to Lewis Grabu, same as same, in part of
350l. arrears.||Ibid, XVIII. pp. 180, 181.|
|Sir G. Downing to the Hearth money Farmers for a particular
accompt of the moneys paid by them into the Exchequer on
their accompt for the half year ended, 1666. Lady Day.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir R. Long for same||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir Richard Oatley and Col. Scriven to pay in the
500l. which they promised yesterday on their Chimney
account for Shropshire.||Ibid, p. 52.|
|Same to Mr. Mead to send to the Treasury an impost bill for
Sir C. Harbord.||Ibid.|
|Same to Mr. Warcup to attend him to-morrow||Ibid.|
|Money warrant for 4,809l. 15s. 8d. to Sir Ste. Fox for the
garrisons in the several islands, detailed, 1668–9, March 13 to
1669. July 31.||Warrants Early XXIV.
|The Treasury Lords to Prince Rupert, forwarding the order in
Council of 1668, April 3, to Viscount Mordaunt, declaring
the King's pleasure touching the Dean and prebendaries of
Windsor paying Hearth money from time to time for their
respective houses within Windsor Castle. Pray him to put
same in execution.||Ibid, XXXVI. p. 131.|
|June 10||Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long to make search in the
Exchequer for the military list for Ireland for 1639, and to
return it as the Irish Lords meet about it this morning.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Alderman Backwell to attend to-morrow about lending
money for the Earl of Sandwich.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir Robert Crooke for a certificate of what moneys have
been taken upon seizure by the sheriffs of Surrey upon the
arrears due to the King from Thomas Rogers. late Receiver of
Hearth money for Surrey.||Ibid.|
|Money warrant for 405l. to Philip Packer for the new building
for the Queen Consort in Whitehall.||Warrants Early XXI.
|Same for 200l. to Philip Packer for repair of God's House at
Portsmouth. (Auditor's order dated June 12.)||Ibid, XXXII. p. 4; Order
Book XXXVI. p. 68.|
|Same for 200l. to Sir Philip Honywood in repayment of loan
with the 6 per cent. interest till same is repaid.||Warrants Early XXII.
|June 11||Same for repayment of 26,197l. 13s. 8d. and 802l. 6s. 8d. to
Isaac Meynell, of London, goldsmith, being loans, with
interest at 6 per cent. on the latter sum.||Ibid, XXI. pp. 8–9.|
|June 11||Money warrant for 9,400l. to Sir Robert Viner, remaining unsatisfied of the 25,000l. assigned to him out of Sir George
Carteret's privy seal of 1662, July 26, for 73,606l. 16s. 10d.
(see infra p. 243, under date July 2).||Warrants Early XXI.
|Warrant for a privy seal for 20,000l. to the Cofferer of the
Household. (Privy seal dated June 22.)||Ibid, XV. p. 299, 316.|
|Sir G. Downing to Mr. Morice concerning what is due from Mr.
Pye. of Morpeth, for his wine licence.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Howland to attend him to-morrow||Ibid.|
|Same to Alderman Bucknall to attend on Tuesday to give my
Lords satisfaction why Sir Bernard Gascoigne's pension is
|Same to Sir R. Long concerning the list of such warrants of the
King's servants as are paid in the Exchequer.||Ibid, p. 55.|
|Same to Sir George Benyon and Sir Philip Warwyck to attend
on Tuesday next about said Benyon's account.||Ibid.|
|Money warrant for 45,000l. to the Cofferer of the Household,
on account, for the current year of the Household from Oct. 1
last according to the establishment in that behalf agreed
upon by His Majesty. (Orders hereon, dated June 22.)||Warrants Early XXIV.
pp. 85–6; Order Book
XXXVI. p. 60.|
|June 13||Sir G. Downing to Major Deane to attend to-morrow about his
defalcations.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir C. Harbord to attend my Lords to-morrow||Ibid.|
|June 14||Money warrant for 5,000l. to the Navy Treasurers||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Treasury warrant to the Receipt for discharge of the baronet
fee of 1,095l. due from Sir Edm. Fortescue, of Fallapit, co.
|Treasury order for 500l. to Humfry Weld for secret service||Order Book XXXVI. p. 71.|
|Money warrant for 200l. to Thomas Elliot, Keeper of Newmarket
House.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Sir G. Downing to Sir Thomas Player for an account in whose
hands those tallies of the Royal Aid are which were put into
said Player's hands by Sir George Carteret for paying off
certain Navy debts. which are yet unsatisfied by reason of the
burning of London or otherwise, 'that is to say whether you
have them yet in your custody or have delivered them back
to Sir George Carteret or returned them into the Exchequer."||Out Letters General II.
|Same to the Attorney General to attend this afternoon about
making ready the [Crown] land security to borrow money on.||Ibid.|
|Same to Mr. Hartlib to attend to-morrow about the report my
Lords are to make to the King in the business between Newcastle town and Lord Gerard.||Ibid.|
|Same to Deputy Auditor Pollard for a copy of such warrant by
which former payments have been made to Capt. Pawlett,
Governor of Calshot Castle, "or otherwise to certify how it
comes to pass that payments have been made to him and no
warrants for the same filed with you."||Ibid.|
|June 14||Sir G. Downing to Sir William Godolphin or his deputy. Two
privy seals have been lately passed for payment of the Welsh
Judges, one on the Exchequer, the other on the Receiver [of
Crown revenues for Wales]. To prevent a double charge on the
King you are to carry both these privy seals to be entered in
the Exchequer.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir R. Long concerning abovesaid privy seals||Ibid.|
|Treasury warrant to the late Farmers of the Customs to pay the
rebate on certain goods imported and re-exported within the
time of the late commission account of the Custom, which
ended 1662, Sept. 29: same to be allowed them in the account
of their farm, ended 1667, Sept. 29.||Out Letters Customs I.
|Treasury order for 5,000l. to John Colville in repayment of
loan.||Order Book XXXVII.
|Clause of direction on the warrant of Dec. 8 [last] for 625l.
16s. 0d. for the Guard House.||Warrants Early XXIV.
|Treasury warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to Hugh
Tynte of certain coal works in the manors of Farrington
Gurney and Midsomer Norton.||Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 225–7,
|Prefixing:—Particular of the premises and ratal and entry of
|June 15||Treasury order for 225l. to Sir John Trevor, one of the Secretaries
of State.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Royal sign manual for 100l. to Dame Elizabeth Leonard as royal
bounty. (Money warrant June 22. Treasury order, June 30.)||Warrants Early XV.
p. 306; XVIII. p. 186;
Order Book XXXVI.
pp. 43, 124.|
|Privy seal for 300l. to Andrew Laurence, guide and surveyor of His
Majesty s ways, gates. bridges, causes and passages as imprest for
repair of the King's private ways, bridges, gates, causes and
passages between London and His Majesty's houses of access
and other places. (Royal warrant for a privy seal dated
June 7.)||Warrants Early XV.
pp. 313–4, 295.|
|Sir G. Downing to the Solicitor General to hasten the warrant
for letting to farm the Irish revenue.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Sir R. Long, Mr. Slingsby, Mr. Sherwyn and Alderman
Backwell to attend on Friday about the business of the Dunkirk
money.||Ibid, p. 58.|
|Same to Sir R. Long, Mr. Pepys, Col. Reymes and Mr. Sherwyn
to consider the business of Mr. Pley's warrant upon fragments
of the Royal Aid.||Ibid.|
|Same to Mr. Duppa to attend to-morrow about his account for
|Same to Mr. Hodges to inform my Lords to-morrow whether he
can recover an arrear of 336l. 2s. 11d. upon Thomas Wever,
Collector of the Customs of Lancaster.||Ibid, p. 59.|
|Same to Sir W. Doily to report on Capt. Brabant's petition
what is fit to be allowed.||Ibid, p. 62.|
|Treasury order for 3,000l. and 3,000l. to the Earl of Sandwich
for the Wardrobe.||Order Book XXXVI. p. 44.|
|June 15||The Treasury Lords to Sir John Wolstenholme et al. to pay
2 000l. into the Receipt on the account of their late farm of
the Customs.||Out Letters Customs I.
|Treasury warrant to the Customs Farmers to pay the next tally
in course in case of the non-production of any tally in the
list of old tallies on the Customs signed by the Treasury Lords,
1667–8, Jan. 27.||Ibid.|
|June 16||Treasury order for 4,025l. and 3,975l. to Sir Ste. Fox||Order Book XXXVI. p. 71.|
|Money warrant, dormant, for the perpetuity of 42l. per an. to
Eton College.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Treasury warrant to Auditor Sir Edmond Sawyer to make forth
particulars of so many fee farm rents, tenths, or other rents in
charge before him as shall amount to 680l. 3s. 0d. [per an.] and
to deliver same to Sir Jeoffry Palmer, Attorney General.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 233.|
|The like letters to the remaining six Auditors of the Exchequer
for like particulars to the following amounts respectively, viz.—||Ibid.|
|Sir Joseph Seymour||for||804||2||6|
|Sir William Godolphin||1,454||14||5½|
|[?]||Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer Seal to
Christopher Goulding of a messuage, &c., in Eardisland
parish, co. Hereford, part of the lands of Henry Hyet, senr.,
|June 16||Treasury warrant to the Auditor concerned, to forbear to charge
the 12 per cent. interest charge upon John Northcote,
Receiver of Aids for Devon.||Ibid, XXXIV. p. 173.|
|June 17||Treasury order for 750l. to the Duke of York's children||Order Book XXXVI. p. 71.|
|Sir G. Downing to the Keeper of the King's Bench [prison]
to allow Mr. Coates further time on bail.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to the Hearthmoney Farmers. Mr. King was yesterday
before my Lords, and said he had no Chimney money in his
hands. Please attend on Monday to make good your
information.||Ibid. p. 61.|
|Same to Sir R. Long and Mr. Wardour to meet and make an
accompt of all moneys paid out of the Exchequer from 1667,
May 25, to Michaelmas next, expressing in brief the persons
to whom each sum is paid, and upon what fund and on what
account: which my Lords desire to have in readiness that
they may be able to make use of it in Parliament as
occasion shall require. "And you are to make distinct
heads of each branch of the revenue and under each head
to range what has been paid upon it that so my Lords
may have in one view what each branch has borne. Also
you are to express in another paper what warrants or orders
shall then remain unpaid that have been charged by my Lords
upon the Exchequer or any branch of the revenue."||Ibid.|
|Same (crossed through) to Mr. Custis, of Zealand, concerning
the agreement for his fishing the tin at Ostend.||Ibid.|
|June 17||Sir G. Downing to Mr. Lawrence to attend the business of
preparing security for borrowing on the [Crown] land revenue.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Mead to inform my Lords why he did not send
the Earl of Banbury's and Lady Cornwallis's impost bills to
my Lords to be signed.||Ibid.|
|Same to the Lord Privy Seal et al., Lords of Ireland, to meet
my Lords on Friday about the revenue of Ireland.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir R. Long, Sir C. Harbord, and the Auditors of
the Revenue to attend my Lords to-morrow to perfect the
land security to borrow money on; His Majesty's affairs
pressingly requiring same.||Ibid, p. 63.|
|Treasury order for 6,200l. to the Treasurers of the Navy||Order Book XXXVI. p. 124.|
|Same for 5,018l. 7s. 2d. to Edward Backwell||Ibid, p. 41.|
|Same (erased) for — to Isaac Meynell||Ibid, p. 43.|
|The Treasury Lords to Mr. Horne, Woodward of New Forest,
concerning the claim of the carpenters to the offal wood of
the 1,000 trees ordered to be felled in New Forest for building
a ship for His Majesty's service, part of which offal wood
said carpenters have already sold as their fee. Thank him
for his care in putting a stop to the further intermeddling of
the said carpenters and to the embezzling said offal wood.||Warrants Early XXXVII.
|June 18||Treasury warrant to Auditor Beale to remit the 12 per cent.
interest charge on the accounts of Thomas Duppa, vice-collector
of Tenths for the Diocese of Sarum.||Ibid, XXII. p. 5.|
|Treasury orders for 12l. 7s. 8d. to Richard Pight; and for 100l. to
Isaac Le Gouch for a ring.||Order Book XXXVI. p. 71.|
|Money warrant for 106l. 9s. 2d. to the Earl of Anglesey, Keeper
of Epping Walk in Waltham Forest, for 8½ years on his fee of
8d. a day.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Same for 20l. to same for one year on his creation money||Ibid.|
|Sir G. Downing to the Solicitor General to return the minutes
for the warrant for farming the revenue of Ireland.||Out Letters General II.
|The Treasury Lords to the Customs officers of Berwick and
Carlisle, respectively, forwarding a copy of the order in Council
concerning the duty on Scotch cattle coming into England.||Out Letters Customs I.
|Treasury warrant to the Customs Farmers to permit Jacob
Lucy and Samuell Swynock, of London, merchants, to unlade
the "Mary and Jane," Custom free, in accordance with the
permission granted by the King by letters patent under the
Great Seal, 1666, April 3, permitting the commodities of
Jamaica to be imported to England free of Custom for five
years from 1663–4, Feb. 18, in order to advance the plantation
of that island; in spite of the fact that for accidental reasons
the said ship arrived in England after the time limited as
above, viz., 1668–9, Feb. 18.||Ibid, p. 166.|
|June [?18]||Draft warrant, with blanks, for the grant to of
all the farm of the arrears due to the King of the old Crown
rents, new quit rents, Custom and imported Excise, ale
licences, Hearth money, custodiums, cautionary reprisals,
Poll money, subsidies, composition rents, First Fruits, rents,
rents for loans, tenements, or hereditaments whatsoever, or
any dues arising out of imprest accounts, or any other dues,
debts, or defalcations whatsoever due to the King in Ireland
on or before 1667–8, March 20, either before or since the
Restoration, except the 300,000l. due by the Explanatory Act,
except 30,000l. due for two subsidies and the quarter's rents
due on the aforesaid 20th March, 1667–8, for the inland
Excise, being 9,500l., and except also what shall be received
over and above 90,000l. out of the arrears which shall be
then due out of the new quit rents for which excess the said
[grantees herein] are to be accomptable: the said grantees
paying 130,000l. for the said grant, 70,000l. thereof within
ten days of the passing of said grant, and 30,000l. within
12 months thereof.||Out Letters Ireland I
|June 21||Treasury order for 60l. to John Rose, gardener at St. James's Park||Order Book XXXVI p. 52.|
|Treasury warrant to Anthony Parsons, auditor, and Symon
Smyth, receiver of Crown revenues for co. Southampton to pay
Capt. Henry Pawlett. Captain of Calshot Castle. 109l. 10s. 0d.
for fees to him and his officers from Michaelmas last.||Warrants Early XXII.
|Money warrant for 5,000l. to the Treasurers of the Navy||Ibid, p. 108.|
|Same for 20l. per an. to Thomas Howard, Clerk of the Market of
the King's Household, and for 170l. arrears thereon.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 186.|
|Treasury warrant to Sir Robert Holmes. Governor of the Isle of
Wight, to receive from the Woodward of New Forest the
moneys raised by the sale of the offal wood of 1,000 trees to
be felled there and to use same for the repair of the castles in
the Isle of Wight.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 227.|
|Same to Mr. Horne, Woodward of New Forest, to deliver to said
Sir Robert Holmes the proceeds as above.||Ibid, p. 228.|
|June 22||Money warrant for 450l. to the Earl of Bristol, in full of his
arrears of a pension out of the late Court of Wards.||Ibid, XXII. p. 109.|
|Sir G. Downing to Viscount Montague to quicken the payment of
the money which is to be paid into the Exchequer by Paul
Adams on his Firehearth account for Sussex.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Lord Ashley to return Lord St. John's proposals about
New Forest for my Lords' consideration of them to-morrow.||Ibid, p. 67.|
|Treasury order for the following issues to Sir Ste. Fox:—||Order Book XXXVI.
pp. 64, 65.|
|For the Guards||10,898||4||6|
|"Berwick and Holy Island||1,893||0||0|
|"Gravesend and Tilbury Fort||297||10||0|
|"Hull and the blockhouse||1,622||12||0|
|"Plymouth fort and Island||1,624||14||0|
|For the Tower [London]||856||16||0|
|" York and Clifford's Tower||793||2||0|
|" Windsor Castle||812||0||0|
|"Dartmouth, Upnor, Yarmouth, and St.
|" two removeable Companies||567||0||0|
|" to be disposed by the King's special
|" Sir Ste. Fox for re-building the Guard
|June 22||Three Treasury orders for, in all, 13,892l. 4s. 0d. to Sir Stephen
Fox for pay of the Guards.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 150l. to Sir Edward Scott for the pay of the Guards||Ibid. p. 81.|
|Treasury warrant to Deputy Auditor Chislett to forbear to
charge the 12 per cent. interest charge on Thomas Sands,
Receiver General of Aids, &c., for Westmorland and
Cumberland.||Warrants Early XXXIV.
|[?]||Same to the King's Remembrancer to issue process of extent
against Thomas Pollard, High Collector of the Hundreds of
Fremington. Braunton. and Sherwill, co. Devon, for 142l.
8s. 9d. resting on him in the accounts of John Northcott,
Receiver General of Aids of Devon.||Ibid. p. 175.|
|June 23||Same to the Receipt for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l.
due from Edward Ward, of Bixley, co. Norfolk.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 193.|
|Money warrant for 273l. 5s. 4d. to John Walker, Usher of the
Exchequer Court, for necessaries delivered in Hilary term.||Ibid, p. 188.|
|Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long and Sir C. Harbord to meet
about the draft for borrowing money on the land security.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Pepys to meet him at Sir R. Long's about perfecting the report about Mrs. Pley's warrant.||Ibid.|
|Same to Auditor Wood to attend my Lords with the state of the
accompts of Mr. Shawe, Surveyor of Chester Castle.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir R. Long to return the list of unsatisfied warrants
on the Exchequer: and a list of the Tenths that are
behind.||Ibid, p. 69.|
|The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process
against Sir Francis Clerke, late Receiver of Hearth money
for Kent.||Warrants Early XXXVI.
|Royal warrant for a Great Seal containing an indenture between
the King on the one part and John Forth, Alderman and
Sheriff of London, William Bucknall, William Dashwood,
Philip Jennett, John Breedon, of London, James Hayes, of
Lincoln's Inn, Daniel Forth and George Dashwood, of
London, and William Muschamp and Humfry Taylor, of
Dublin, and Ralph Bucknall, of London, of the other part,
for the farm of the whole revenue of Ireland for seven years
from Xmas last at the rent of 219,500l.||Out Letters Ireland I.
|The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer for an imprest
roll in order to the speedy calling to account of all accountants
upon imprest.||Warrants Early XXXIII.
|June 23||The Treasury Lords to Col. Legg, Lieutenant of the Ordnance, to
hasten in all his accounts that are not yet dispatched.||Warrants Early XXXIII
|The like letters severally to:—||Ibid.|
|Mr. Pepys for Tangier.|
|Earl of Anglesey, Sir George Carteret and the principal
officers and Commissioners of the Navy. for the Navy.|
|Sir Edw. Griffin for the Treasury of the Chamber.|
|The Earl of Sandwich for the Great Wardrobe.|
|The Treasury Lords to Sir John Trevor. A docquet having been
this day brought to us dated June. 1669, containing a warrant
to Sir George Carteret, Vice-Treasurer of Ireland, to pay 600l.
to Edward Hamilton as royal bounty, and we having not been
acquainted therewith before His Majesty's hand was obtained
to the warrant, which is directly contrary to the order of
Council of 1667–8, Jan. 31, which says that the Secretaries of
State are to present no warrants or privy seals for pensions of
grace and free gifts or other beneficial grants until a petition
has been first signed by the petitioner in which he shall set
forth the value of the thing sued for, which petition shall be
transmitted to the Commissioners of the Treasury for them to
report in writing to His Majesty their knowledge or opinion
of the matter, or if need be to inform His Majesty of the state
of his treasure or revenue with other circumstances of the
profit or disadvantage in the matter, before His Majesty be
engaged by his signature to consent to any such favour to the
party petitioning: and that all letters orders, warrants, &c., into
Ireland. for disposing any of His Majesty's treasure or revenue
in that kingdom not comprised in the civil and military list
there established may be first communicated to the Commissioners
of the Treasury in England, that His Majesty may receive their
opinion in writing before he be engaged in his signature: and
finding by the said warrant that His Majesty's hand was
procured to it by you we have thought fit to return you here
inclosed the said warrant, together with the bill drawn thereupon and the said docquet.||Ibid, pp. 107–8.|
|Same to Lord Arlington concerning the mistake in the certificate
by the Secretaries of State concerning the Countess of
Chesterfield's allowance for extraordinary expenses in the
Post Office.||Ibid, p. 108.|
|Same to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Hugh
May, late Paymaster of the Works, he being on the perfecting
of his accounts.||Ibid, p. 112.|
|Same to Sir Thomas Morgan, Governor of Jersey, and to Col.
Atkins, Governor of Guernsey. To prevent abuses in the
Customs of exported coals let us know what proportion of coal
is sufficient for Jersey and Guernsey for a year and from what
port most convenient to be shipped.||Out Letters Customs I.
|Same to Sir John Wolstenholme et al., late Customs
Farmers, to pay in the 2,000l. not yet paid in on their late
|Same to the present Customs Farmers to pay Thomas Warren,
of London, merchant, late His Majesty's agent to the King
of Morocco, the 1,500l. remaining unpaid of the 5,500l.
warranted to him by the privy seal of Aug. 5 last.||Ibid, p. 168.|
|June 23||Treasury warrant to Dr. Christopher Wren, Surveyor of the
Works, and others the officers of the Works, for the rebuilding
of the Custom House.||Warrants Early XXXVII.
|[?]||Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer Seal of lands in
Cardiff. co. Glamorgan, to William Meredith, being part of
the extended estate of Samuel Davis, tanner, outlaw.||Ibid, p. 232.|
|June 25||Money warrant for 200l. to Francis Mansell for one year on his
pension.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 188.|
|Same for 600l. to Sir John Clobery for one year on his
annuity.||Ibid, pp. 189–92.|
|600l. to Sir Ralph Knight, same on same|
|50l. to Ann Slaughter, widow, half a year on her pension.|
|300l. to Lady Fanshawe for same on same.|
|200l. to Margaret Price for one year on her pension and in part
of 650l. arrears thereon.|
|100l. to Clara Bolton for half a year on her annuity.|
|100l. to Robert Lesly, same on his pension.|
|150l. to Somerset Fox as same on same in part of 1,425l.
|150l. to Honora Harding, same on same in part of 750l.
|25l. to Isabel Houghton for a quarter on her annuity and in
part of 575l. arrears.|
|50l. to Mrs. Frances Windebank, same on same and in part of
|100l. to Elizabeth Bointon, widow, for half a year on her
|100l. to Isabell Bointon, the younger, for one year on her
|60l. to Mary Bointon as half a year on same.|
|250l. to Roland Laughorne, half a year on his pension in part
of 1,775l. arrears.|
|250l. to Mary Blagge, same on same.|
|60l. to Mrs. Ann Golding, same on same in part of 330l.
|300l. to Lady Cornwallis, same on same in part of 2,100l.
|150l. to the Countess of Brentford on her pension of 500l.
|100l. to Lady Dorothy Byron for half a year on her pension in
part of 550l. arrears.|
|100l. to Lodowyck Carlisle, same on same in part of 950l.
|100l. to Jane Berckly, same on same.|
|320l. to Sir Herbert Price for half a year on his pension of
400l. and three years on his pension of 40l.|
|Same for 1,000l. to the Duke of Buckingham for horses||Ibid, p. 194.|
|Same for 424l. 1s. 8¾d., the unpaid remain of a warrant for
524l. 1s. 8¾d., ordered to William Packer and Robert Packer,
Ushers of the Exchequer, upon their liberates for half of
the year 1667.||Ibid, XXII. p. 6.|
|Treasury warrant to the Excise Commissioners to allow to Sir
John Talbott and Martin Sandys, Farmers of Excise of co.
Worcester, the rent of their said farm, which they paid
direct into the Exchequer, though one quarter thereof was a
few days late.||Ibid, XXIV. pp. 33–4.|
|June 25||The Treasury Lords to Sir William Temple to make an agreement with Edmond Custis, of Zealand, merchant, for fishing
for the tin at Ostend.||Warrants Early XXII.
|Treasury order for 324l. 14s. 2½d. for Philip Packer, Usher of
the Exchequer.||Order Book XXXVI.
p. 71; XXXVII. p. 87.|
|Privy seal for 341l. 5s. 6d. to John Paull, Consul residing at
Elsinore, for disbursements during the last three years amounting to 1,437 Rix dollars at 4s. 9d. the Rix dollar.||Warrants Early XV.
|Royal warrant for 35l. 13s. 4d. to Sir Orlando Bridgeman for
interest at 6 per cent. on 4,000l. lent by him on the credit of
the Customs, whereof 2,000l. was received by George Wharton
March 1 last and 2,000l. on April 1 last.||Ibid, pp. 306–7.|
|Sir G. Downing to John Bland to attend my Lords on Monday
about the business of Tangier.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Partridge to attend on Monday about the business
of the Eighteen months' tax on the Isle of Ely.||Ibid.|
|Same to Sir John Shaw. My Lords are very angry having
written twice to you and the rest of the late Customs Farmers
about paying 2,000l. into the Exchequer and having heard
nothing from you.||Ibid.|
|Same to Mrs Berkeley at the Master of the Rolls. I have
directions to draw a warrant for you but I must see your privy
seal and a certificate of what is due to you.||Ibid, p. 72.|
|Same to Mr. Hartlib concerning Mr. Edisbury's letter about a
process against Mr. Owen et al., securities for the Hearth money
Farmers for co. Herts and Essex.||Ibid.|
|Memorandum. All the letters of appointment for Monday
afternoon were altered to Monday morning.|
|Same to Sir Edward Mancell, bart., Phillip Hobby, Tho. Evans,
and Edw. Gamage, Justices of Peace of Glamorganshire.
forwarding the petition of Edward Lloyd, late sub-collector of
Hearth money in the Hundreds of Gower and Llangyvelach.
co. Glamorgan, about differences between him and Capt. John
Lloyd. Pray examine the matter of fact and report it to my
Lords.||Ibid, p. 73.|
|Three Treasury orders for, in all, 15,000l. for the Treasurers of
the Navy.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Treasury order for 6 313l. 13s. 11d. for the Earl of Sandwich in
full satisfaction of all ordinaries and extraordinaries in his
late embassy to Spain.||Ibid.|
|Same for 275l. to the Masters in Chancery||Ibid.|
|Same for 342l. 10s. 0d. to Edward Backwell for a present to the
envoy from the Constable of Carlisle [sic for Castile].||Ibid.|
|Treasury allowance of the June 24 quarter's salary bill of the
Excise office for London, Middlesex and Surrey (total
1,814l. 10s. 6d.).||Warrants Early XXIV.
|Treasury warrant to the Grand Commissioners of Excise to allow
interest at 6 per cent. to Sir James Smyth, Farmer of Excise of
Devon, on his advance of a quarter's rent on his said farm.||Ibid, p. 88.|
|June 25||Treasury order for 150l. to Lady Villers on her annuity of 600l.
per an. out of the imposition of coinage.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 5,000l. to the Treasurers of the Navy||Ibid, p. 124.|
|Treasury warrant to Auditor Sir Edmond Sawyer for a particular
of the scite of the late manor or mansion house of Oatlands
and of Oatland Park. co. Surrey, now in jointure to the Queen
Mother, in order to a lease in reversion after the said Queen
Mother's death to George Viscount Grandison and Edmond
Villers, Esq., for 31 years.||Warrants Early XXXVII.
|Same to the Receipt for His Majesty's moiety of the yearly
rent of 56l. 10s. 0d. payable into the Receipt from
the lands of Miles Temple, late of Dover, to be paid half
yearly to Robert Spencer as royal bounty.||Ibid.|
|Money warrant for 1,390l. to Col. Richard Norton, assignee of
the owners of 60 acres of land taken in by the King at Portsmouth for the enlarging the fortifications of Portsmouth
garrison: to be for purchase price and interest.||Ibid, p. 234.|
|[?]||Note of petition (crossed through) from Edward Progers, Groom
of the Bedchamber, praying a grant of an arrear [see infra
p. 240].||Ibid, p. 235.|
|June 25||The Treasury Lords to the Earl of Sandwich to pay 86l. 2s. 0d.
to Henry Cooke, Master of the Children of the King's
Chapel, for clothes and other necessaries provided for them
by him.||Ibid, XXXIII. p. 109.|
|Same to Sir R. Long to pay the 600l. per an. to Sir Bernard
Gascoigne out of the farm of the French shipping duty, and
the 1,000l. a year to Sir James Bunce out of same. proportionately, and not one more than the other.||Ibid, pp. 109–10|
|June 26||Treasury order for 200l. to John Jervis for the President and
Council in the Marches of Wales.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 4,231l. 6s. 8d. to Edward Backwell in repayment of
loan. The like of May 28 and May 19 for 5,000l. each to
same for same.||Ibid, XXXVII. p. 322.|
|June 28||The Treasury Lords to Sir William Spring, Sir Jeremy Brerwell,
and Mr. Claxton. Thanks for your care in getting in the
assessments in your division.||Warrants Early XXXIII.
|Treasury order for 492l. 11s. 10d. to Philip Packer, Usher [of
the Receipt] upon his liberates.||Order Book XXXVI.
p. 71; XXXVII. p. 87.|
|Money warrant for 2,668l. 11s. 10d. to Sir J. Robinson for
Tower.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Treasury orders for 2,000l., 2,000l., and 1,678l. to Samuel Pepys
for Tangier.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Letter of demand from the Commissioners of Accounts, dated
from Brooke House, for 1,000l. to be paid to their servant,
Edward Arden, for their expenses.||Warrants Early XXXIII.
|Sir G. Downing to Alderman Backwell for a certificate of how
much of the tin which was lost at Ostend is yet remaining
[unrecovered in the sea].||Out Letters General II.
|June 28||Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of
Edward Progers for payment of the 4,000l. disbursed by him
in building a lodge in the Middle Park at Hampton Court:
said payment to come out of the arrears due from Thomas
Rogers, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Surrey.||Warrants Early XXI.
|June 29||Treasury order for 2l. 10s. 0d. to William Packer, Porter at
the Exchequer.||Order Book XXXVI.
|Same for 350l. to Peter du Moulin for the Council of Trade||Ibid, p. 41.|
|June 30||Money warrant for 50l. to Katherine Gunter, widow of Col.
George Gunter, for one quarter on her pension.||Warrants Early XVIII.
|Royal warrant for interest to Peter Lely on a sum of 500l. by
him lent into the Receipt by tally dated 1667–8, Feb. 14, he
not having yet received interest thereon by reason that the
general privy seal of 1668, April 30, for payment of interest
to such lenders bears a later date than the said tally.||Ibid, XV. p. 313.|
|Money warrant for 10l. to Edward Teare as royal bounty||Ibid, XVIII. p. 196|
|[Same] for 15l. 3s. 4d. to Richard Gregory for his allowance
as Messenger of the Chamber attending the Treasury for
June 24 quarter last.||Ibid, p 197.|
|Same for 12l. 3s. 4d. to William Bedborough, stable keeper at
Hampton Court for one year's fee.||Ibid.|
|Same for 91l. 5l. 0d. to Thomas Duppa, one of His Majesty's
Gentlemen Ushers in ordinary on his fee of 5s. a day.||Ibid, pp. 197–8.|
|Same for 10l. to Eliz. Pinckney as royal bounty||Ibid, p. 200.|
|Sir G. Downing to Auditor Beale concerning the 12 per cent.
charged on Mr. Duppa.||Out Letters General II.
|Same to Mr. Lawrence to return the copy of the articles of
agreement with Alderman Backwell about recovering the tin
at Ostend.||Ibid, p. 74.|
|Same to Sir R. Long, Sir C. Harbord, the Warden, &c., and other
officers of the Mint to attend on Friday concerning the indenture
of the Mint.||Ibid.|
|Treasury order for 2,000l. to Sir Ste. Fox for Secret Service||Order Book XXXVI. p. 43.|
|Same for 700l. to John Peter in repayment of loan||Ibid, p. 44.|
|Same for 750l. for the Duke of York's children||Ibid, p. 75.|
|Treasury warrant to Sir W. Doily and Mr. Payne, deputy to
Viscount Fanshaw, the King's Remembrancer, to deliver up
the bonds of John Shallcrosse, late Receiver of the Royal Aid
for co. Derby.||Warrants Early XXXIV.
|June —||Same to the Attorney General to prepare conveyances of certain
lands taken in for enlarging St. James's Park, viz. a close
containing three acres, belonging to Thomas Lee, at the price
of 180l., and Richard Smith's remaining interest in a close
containing 4½ acres.||Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 238–9.|
|Money warrant for 8,000l., in part of 8,500l., to Sir Ste. Fox,
as by the privy seal of May 21 last: and warrant for vacating
the privy seal of 1661, Oct. 31, for 2,027l. 19s. 10d. to Henry
Viscount Mansfield, Master of the Robes, for discharge of
debts due to Claude Sourceau and John Allen, the King's
tailors, whereon no payment has been made.||Ibid, XVIII. p. 184.|