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'Entry Book: July 1669', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 3: 1669-1672 (1908), pp. 240-259. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79678 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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July 1669

Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
July 1Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of Peregrine Clarke, praying a grant of a tenement near Hermitage Bridge, Wapping, co. Midd., by him purchased of Josiah Clarke, who had it in the right of his wife, Sarah Clarke, an alien not denizened.Warrants Early XXXVII. pp. 245–6.
Prefixing:—Said Peregrine Clarke's petition and the Surveyor General's report.
Sir G. Downing to the Duke of Albemarle. The warrant for your salary for last quarter is now ready and your part comes to 500l. in regard there are but four of you. The money is ready in Sir Ste. Fox's hands. I am glad you are so much mended in health.Out Letters General II. p. 75.
Same to Dr. Wren to attend my Lords on Monday with his advice as to letting out in grosse the King's pavings before Whitehall and the Mews for a certain term of years.Ibid.
Same to Mr. Sherwyn to consider how the Earl of Sandwich's privy seal and interest money may be paid.Ibid.
Same to the Lord Privy Seal enclosing a draft of a warrant for granting [a farm of] the arrears of Ireland, which [warrant] was brought to the Treasury by the Treasurer of the Household at the King's command "and which my Lords have now in consideration and expected your Lordship's presence at the debate."Ibid.
The Treasury Lords to the Customs Farmers. Sir R. Long informs us that you do keep back a considerable part of the moneys of your farm which are to be paid into the Exchequer on the 16,000l. [of the Customs farm rent] for June last, out of which the Judges ought to have been paid their salaries yesterday. Please pay it in. And do not presume at any time to place any payment made by you or any tally struck upon you (for any payment to be made by you to any person at the Custom House) upon any other month than that which we direct.Out Letters Customs I. p. 171.
Money warrant for 16,526l. 1s. 9d. to Sir Ste. Fox for two months' pay to the Guards and Marching forces, July 31 inst. to Sept. 25 next. (Orders hereon dated July 2.)Warrants Early XXIV. p. 89; Order Book XXXVI. p. 75.
The Treasury Lords to the Lord Keeper to take oare that Thomas Foley (Folie) obtain no pardon, without their consent, for the great spoil and waste to the King's timber and bark committed by him to the value of 36,000l. to supply his iron works in Salop and Stafford, as appears by the petition and informations of Peter Mead and Tho. Humphry: "His Majesty having declared to us his pleasure that nothing do pass us for the stopping any legal proceeding in that kind but that the laws have their course and effect whereby others may be deterred from the like offence."Warrants Early XXXIII. pp. 110–11.
Report from same to the Lords of the Committee for Trade and Plantations on the reference of the Earl of Kinnoul's case concerning his pretensions to the Caribbee Islands. We have made the best enquiry we could into that matter but cannot find that any part of the revenue of those islands has been applied to the satisfaction of the Earl of Marlborough or the Earl of Kinnoul, nothing thereof appearing in the accounts of the late or the present Lord Willoughby, now Governor of those islands: as appears from the certificate of Bartholomew Beale, one of the Auditors of imprests, to whom those accounts have been exhibited.Ibid. p. 111.
[?]Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Henry Nicoll, he alleging in his petition "that he having contracted with you [the said King's Remembrancer] for weighing all the wrecks in the river Medway within six months, for which he was to have several flyboats and other necessaries allowed him, the same to be sufficiently fit and useful for that service, but the petitioner alleging that through the defects thereof and the negligence of those appointed to repair the same he is prejudiced to the value of 1,000l. and upwards, and further alleging that notwithstanding the petitioner's address to you for satisfaction he hath never yet received any, but is now prosecuted by you in an action of 2,000l. as having not performed his part of the said contract."Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 111.
July 1Treasury order for 10l. to Edward TeareOrder Book XXXVI. p. 71.
July 2Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Charles Goodwyn, Receiver General of Aids for Sussex: the balance of 248l. 13s. 6d. standing against him in his account, as stated by Deputy Auditor Chr. Crow, having been remitted for his charges.Warrants Early XXXIV. p. 177.
Same to same to stay process against Sir Herbert Perrot as Receiver General of the Eighteen Months' assessment for co. Hereford.Ibid, p. 178.
Same to Serj. Stevens to release from custody John White, late Receiver of the Royal Aid for co. Oxford, he having on the 30 June last paid 1,000l. into the Receipt on his agreement of June 8 last with my Lords.Ibid.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against abovesaid John White.Ibid, p. 179.
Same to same to stay process against Thomas Sands, Receiver General of Aids, Poll, and Eleven Months' tax for Cumberland and Westmorland.Ibid, p 180.
Same to same to deliver up to said Sands his bondsIbid, pp. 180–1.
Same to the Attorney General to draft a conveyance from James Earl of Suffolk to the King of that great mansion house or palace called Audley End, situate near Walden alias Chipping Walden alias Saffron Walden, co. Essex, the great garden lying to the south, and the bowling alley thereto adjoining.Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 235–7.
Prefixing:—Particular of the premises.
Sir G. Downing to Lord Gerard and Andrew Newport to attend on Tuesday at the hearing of said Newport's petition.Out Letters General II p. 76.
Same to Lord Ashley to send back on Monday the order of Council and Sir C. Harbord's rules about the Cornish rents and fines.Ibid.
Money warrant for 300l. to Ann Windham on her annuity of 400l.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 200.
Same for 20,000l. to William Ashburnham, Cofferer of the Household, to be employed as follows, viz. 10,000l. thereof as an addition to the established allowance of 90,000l. for the expense of the Royal Household for the current year, and 10,000l. towards discharge of interest for moneys to be borrowed for the supply of the Household before the abovesaid 90,000l. and 10,000l. for that service shall become payable in the order and course in which same are assigned to be paid.Ibid, XXIV. p. 34.
July 2The Treasury Lords to Sir Hugh Cholmly and the rest of the alum farmers conveying the King's consent to the Earl of Mulgrave's proposition of receiving 1,200l. per an. out of the alum farm. Therefore desire said farmers to forthwith pay in their rent which is in arrear.Warrants Early XXII. p. 40.
Royal warrant for a new privy seal [to replace the money warrant of June 11 supra, p. 229], for 9,400l. to Sir Robert Vyner in full of 25,000l., formerly supplied to Sir G. Carteret by Sir Thomas Vyner and Robert Vyner now Sir Robert Vyner, for the use of the Navy, for repayment of which loan said Carteret gave them assignments to that amount on the Hearth money assigned to him on his privy seal of 1662, July 26: the sum of 15,600l. having been repaid to them out of the said Hearth money paid into the Exchequer: but no more having been repaid out of that fund by reason the Hearth money was posted for security to the city of London for loans thereon: so that 9,400l. still remains due to said Vyner of the abovesaid moneys. (Privy seal dated July 15; money warrant dated Aug. 16.)Ibid, XV. pp. 312, 337–9; XXI. pp. 16–17.
Treasury orders for 62l. 10s. 0d. each to Sir George Benyon, Francis Finch, Sir Denny Ashburnham, Edward Wingate, and 50l. to John Ball.Order Book XXXVI. p. 81.
Same for 1,000l. to the Duke of Buckingham for horsesIbid, p. 71.
July 5The Treasury Lords to the Lord Keeper to peruse the drafts for raising money on the Crown lands and to deliver them to Mr. Lawrence in order to their speedy despatch.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 238.
Sir G. Downing to Viscount Brouncker, the Treasurers of the Navy, Mr. Pepys and Mr. Fenn to meet and settle Mrs. Pley's business.Out Letters General II. p. 76.
Same to Mr. Lawrence for an account of the business of the articles for security to lenders on the [Crown] land revenue.Ibid, p. 77.
Same to Mr. Sherwyn to bring the rules about settling the Cornish leases.Ibid, p. 78.
Same to Sir William Poultny, Dr. Wrenn, and Mr. May to attend my Lords about providing 100,000 bricks for enlarging St. James's park.Ibid.
Money warrant for 3,200l. to the Queen Mother for one year to Lady Day last on her 2,000l. in lieu of wardships and 1,200l. in lieu of Greenwax. (Orders hereon dated July 7.)Warrants Early XVIII. p. 198; Order Book XXXVI. p. 124.
Treasury warrant to the Receipt for tallies to be struck from time to time on Viscount Brouncker, Farmer of the issues of Jurors, for such sums of the said issues as shall be made use of by the sheriffs or by them accompted for direct to the King, in order that same may be allowed to said Viscount on his farm rent, or in case there should be an overpayment then that said overplus should be repaid to him.Warrants Early XXII. p. 80.
Money warrant for 20l. to the Earl of Carlisle for one year on his creation money and in part of 100l. arrears thereon.Ibid, XVIII. p. 208.
Same for 5,263l. 6s. 8d. to Robert Child and William Bowles, without accompt, being in full satisfaction of a debt of that amount, as mentioned in the privy seal of 1668, Sept. 29.Ibid, XXI, p. 15.
July 5Treasury warrant to Sir R. Long to cause an enrolment to be made in the respective offices of the reversionary grant of date 1666, June 30, of 500l. per an, out of the profits of the New River Co. to Mrs. Eleanor Villers, one of the daughters of Sir Edward Villers, Kt., deceased: same not having been enrolled within the six months stipulated in the patent of grant by reason of the neglect of the person employed in the passing and enrolment of same.Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 113.
July 6The Treasury Lords to the Hearth money Farmers concerning the complaint that Hearth money is demanded for Greenwich Palace. This has never been demanded before.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 133.
Same to the Customs Farmers (crossed through) to pay into the Exchequer the 1,000l. remaining to complete the 16,000l. due from them for the month of June.Ibid.
Sir G. Downing to the Earl of Orrery. Pray send a copy of the paper you produced here yesterday.Out Letters General II. p. 78.
Same to Sir R. Long, Sir W. Doily, and Mr. Wardour. My Lords being informed that all the waggons are come in except one from Essex, which is also expected in a day or two, therefore desire a new state of the arrears of the Aids and Eleven Months' tax.Ibid, p. 79.
The Treasury Lords to Mr. Agar to await instructions before selling some wood in the Lee Bayly in Dean Forest.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 239.
Treasury orders for 12l. to Judith Wethered and Francis Wethered, executors of Francis Wethered, deceased: and for 6l. 13s. 4d. to Peere Williams.Order Book XXXVI. p. 72.
Same for 1,400l. to Mr. Montague on his ordinaryIbid, p. 43.
Same for 724l. to the Lord Privy Seal for his dietsIbid.
Same for 40l. to Robert Swann on his annuity of 80l.Ibid, p. 71.
July 7Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Nathaniel Smyth, Receiver of the Eleven Months' tax for co. Northampton.Warrants Early XXXIV. p. 181.
[?]Same to same to stay process against John Cooper, Anthony Gilby, William Broxholme, and Peniston Whalley, late Receivers of Hearth money for cos. Lincoln and Nottingham: pending the decision of my Lords as to the discharge of the supers set on them in their respective accounts, they having been required by an order of the Exchequer Court of the 6 inst. to attend my Lords hereon. and my Lords having heard them on the afternoon of the same day, but having seen no reason for the present to discharge said supers "conceiving that the said Receivers are by their bonds liable to levy all that was levyable by the Acts of Parliament relating to the said revenue of Hearth money in their time of being Receivers, and they not having made any return of the persons now in super in two years' time as the law directs."Ibid, p. 182.
July 7Same to the Auditor concerned to allow to Sir John Robinson, Bart., Major Ryves et al., late Commissioners for Hearth money for London, several sums of money, stated in their accompt, as for empty houses, poor inhabitants, arrears upon seamen and watermen in the King's service and several persons set in arrear by the late sheriffs which they could not recover, also to allow them their office rent and 2s. in every 5l. of their collection and 4s. in every 5l. of their improvements upon their survey: and further to discharge them of the 12 per cent. interest charge.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 134.
July 7Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against said Robinson et al.Warrants Early XXXVI. p. 135.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of Roger Osborne, Lady Tynte, and Henry Tynte. By report of the Council of Ireland find that Robert Tynte did lend the 6,011l. as stated and was only repaid 1,000l. The lands of the barony of Imokilly may be granted in further part repayment thereof.Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 239–40.
Sir G. Downing to Mr. Chislett and to Mr. Pack, deputy to Auditor Wood, to attend my Lords to-morrow about the business of Mr. Shaw, Surveyor of Chester Castle.Out Letters General II. p. 80.
Same to the Customs Farmers for a list of payments placed at the Custom House in London and the outports, the former list which Mr. Mountney sent having been mislaid in Sir R. Long's office.Ibid.
Same to Auditor Philips to attend on Monday with the accompt of Sir John Robinson and the rest of the late Collectors of Hearth money for London.Ibid.
Treasury orders for 26l. 13s. 4d. and 26l. 13s. 4d. to Peere Williams, Clerk of the Estreats, as reward: for 60l. to Christopher Roper, Page of Honour to the Queen Consort: for 400l. to Sir Allen Apsley for half a year on his allowance: for 30l. to the Pages of the Bedchamber for washing of sheets: for 200l. to Thomas Ellyott for keeping the King's house at Newmarket: for 2,000l. and 1,200l. to Sir Henry Wood for the Queen Mother in lieu of wardships.Order Book XXXVI. pp. 72, 124.
Money warrant for 2,986l. 13s. 4d. by several orders at 746l. 13s. 4d. per month to Sir D. Gauden for four months victuals for 2,000 men. (Orders hereon dated July 8.)Warrants Early XVIII. p. 199; Order Book XXXVI. pp. 124–5.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of Charles Earl of Ancrum, praying a grant of such remaining part of that tin which was some years since cast away near Ostend as shall be recovered and gotten out of the sea at petitioner's charge. We have a large treaty with Alderman Backwell by which your Majesty was to have a moiety of all tin recovered and free of charge: but Mr. Custis, a merchant in Zealand, having proferred 1,000l. over and above said moiety in case 120,000lbs. weight of said tin should be fished up and so proportionably for what shall be recovered more or less, we have written to Sir William Temple to make a final agreement with said Custis. There are 1,199 blocks of said tin remaining in the sea and we have good cause to hope that a considerable part thereof may yet be recovered. Advise a grant of 1,000l. to petitioner out of the profits that shall arise from said tin.Warrants Early XXXIII. pp. 113–4.
Treasury warrant to Sir C. Harbord. Surveyor General of Crown lands, for a particular of some houses near Chester city of which Thomas Babington prays a lease.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 240.
July 9Treasury warrant to Sir C. Harbord, Surveyor General of Crown lands, for a particular of the scite of the capital messuage of the Manor of Lindhurst, co. Southampton, called the Manor House or Court House, of which the King is pleased to grant a lease to Charles Lord St. John, of Basing.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 241.
Same to same for same of the several offices of High Steward of the Honour of Ampthill, co. Beds, and the Stewardships of the Manor of Ampthill and Milbrooke, Bedford, Campton ("Camilton"), Shefford. Dunstable, Steppingley, and all other manors and lands to the honor annexed, and the office of bailiff of same, and the office of custody of the mansion house of Ampthill, and master of game within said honour: all with a view to a grant of same to Robert Earl of Ailesbury.Ibid, p. 243.
Same to Mr. Ogar concerning the estate of Stephen Vancoesan Funke, an alien, deceased, and the petition of Edmond Ogar relating thereto.Ibid, p. 241.
Money warrant for 10l. to Anthony Seager for salary and 22l. 19s. 2d. for disbursements. (Order hereon same day.)Ibid, XVIII. p. 201; Order Book XXXVI. p. 72.
Same (crossed through) for 300l. to Richard Lightfoot, Keeper of Bushey Park, for repairs of said park.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 204.
Money warrant, dormant, for interest to Peter Lely on his 500l. loan into the Receipt.Ibid, pp. 201–2.
Same for 35l. 13s. 4d. to Sir Orlando Bridgman for 6 per cent. interest on 4,000l.Ibid, p. 203.
Sir G. Downing to Paul Adams to hasten in the 405l. yet unsatisfied in his account of the Hearth money of Sussex.Out Letters General II. p. 80.
Same to John Edisbury at Wrexham, in Flint, enclosing the reply of the Hearth money Farmers to his letter.Ibid, p. 81.
Same to Sir R. Viner to attend my Lords on MondayIbid.
Same to Thomas Cole to attend my Lords on Friday about Cadwallader Jones's business.Ibid.
Same to the Attorney General to draw up some clauses to be added to the indenture of the Mint now under consideration.Ibid, p. 82.
Same to the Warden, &c., of the Mint to attend the Attorney General on the abovesaid business.Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Receipt for a tally of assignment on the farmers of the Post Office for 45l. 12s. 6d. to Percivall Stanny for one quarter to June 24 last as the King's letter carrier.Warrants Early XXII. p. 122.
Treasury orders for 10l. to Mrs. Pinckney; for 12l. 10s. 0d. to Nicholas Estoll on his 50l. per an.; for 350l. to Col. Atkins for repair of the fortress at Guernsey; for 21l. 19s. 6d. to Sir William Fleetwood, Ranger of Woodstock Park.Order Book XXXVI. p. 72.
Same for 341l. 5s. 6d. to John Paull, Consul at Elsinore in Denmark.Ibid, p. 44.
Same for 3,000l. and 1,000l. to William Legg in part of 120,000l. [for the Ordnance].Ibid, p. 43.
July 12Sir G. Downing to Capt. Baron for a certificate of the arrears of the Windsor officers' salaries.Out Letters General II. p. 82.
Same to Mr. Warcup. I am drawing up your warrant for 500l. principal and interest. Please send the date of the tally of loan.Ibid, p. 83.
Same to Col. Whitley for a certificate of his payments at the Exchequer for two years back.Ibid.
Same to Sir Samuel Barnardiston to attend him to-morrowIbid.
Same to Mr. Pepys concerning Sir D. Gauden's accompt of victuals delivered to [several] garrisons [during the Dutch war].Ibid.
Same to same and Alderman Backwell to attend my Lords on Wednesday about the money to be returned [i.e. forwarded by means of the exchanges] to Tangier.Ibid.
Same to Sir C. Harbord to attend him about the rules concerning the Cornish rents and for a list of the Receivers and receipts of Crown rents for Michaelmas, 1660.Ibid, p. 84.
Same to Sir R. Long and Sir W. Doily for an account of arrears of the Aids and Eleven Months' tax for the several counties and places.Ibid.
Same to Sir R. Long. My Lords desire that you not only mention in your weekly certificate what loans on the Customs are remaining in the Exchequer but likewise on what months the said loans are, in order that same may be a guidance to my Lords in charging warrants on the money of the Customs in the Exchequer, "which you know is not to be disposed of but by my Lords' particular warrants."Ibid.
The Treasury Lords to the Customs Farmers to pay in the 1,000l. wanting still to complete their 16,000l. farm rent for June last.Out Letters Customs I. p. 171.
Treasury warrant to the Attorney General to prepare a grant of the office of Controller of London port to Nicholas Cooke and Richard Mounteney on the surrender of Henry Seymour and John Seymour.Ibid, p. 172.
Treasury commission to Henry Haworth to execute the office of Searcher of Sandwich, in place of Owen Hanings hereby suspended.Ibid, p. 173.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor of Crown lands for a particular of the franchise of feed of deer in Kingswood Chase, co. Gloucester, with a view to the grant thereof to Sir Baynham Throckmorton in lieu of the interest he now has of the office of Ranger of said Chase for the life of Sir Humfry Hooke.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 244.
[?]Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer seal of divers messuages in Seascale, co. Cumberland, to Dorothe Pierson, executrix of Henry Peirson, being part of the lands of John Senhouse, outlaw.Ibid.
July 12The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer for process of computandum against all constables, headboroughs and tythingmen returned in arrear in the sheriffs' accompt of Hearth money and again returned in the accompts of His Majesty's Commissioners who were authorised to take the accompts of them for any sum exceeding 5l: and for the like process against such constables, headboroughs and tythingmen as having the like sum or sums in their hands have not been written out in schedules to Commissioners or have been written out and nothing done upon the same.Ibid, XXXVI p. 135.
July 12Money warrant for 50l to Andrew Lawrence, guide of the ways, in part of 300l. for repair of the King's private ways, &c. (Auditor's order hereon dated July 19.)Warrants Early XVIII. p. 202; Order Book XXXVI. p. 125.
Treasury warrant to the Receiver and Auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall to pay and allow to Sir Jonathan Trelawney the 500l. per an. granted to him by the King by letters patents of the 3rd inst.Ibid, XXII. pp. 68, 110.
Money warrant for 10,534l. 1s. 4d. to Sir Ste. Fox for the garrisons, detailed, for two months' pay, July 31 to Sept. 25 next. (Orders hereon, dated July 13.)Ibid, XXIV. p 90; Order Book XXXVII. p. 249.
Royal warrant (crossed through) for 200l. to Lieut. Richard Aston appointed Consul at Algiers on the recommendation of the Duke of York [for equipage on his going to Algiers]. (Money warrant of same date also crossed through.)Warrants Early XV. p. 315; XVIII. p. 202
Privy seal for the Treasury Lords to allow to the Customs Farmers 6 per cent. interest on 5,500l. paid at different times by them to Thomas Warren, of London, merchant, for his disbursements in his agency to the Emperor of Morocoo.Ibid, XV. p. 317.
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Sign manual for 50l. to Charles Goldsmith, of London, merchant, as royal bounty, he having been recommended for the place of Consul in Algiers, but said place having been disposed of to Lieut. [R.] Aston.Ibid, pp. 318, 336.
July 12Warrant under the royal sign manual for a grant of the profits of the original seal of the six counties of South Wales and of the pre fines there, and also of the post fines and pro licentia concordandi to John Lord Vaughan.Ibid, p. 311.
July 14Sir G. Downing to Capt. Kingston and Mr. Kingston. For Mr. Stedman's convenience my Lords will hear the business between you next Monday.Out Letters General II. p. 85.
Same to Mr. Lloyd, enclosing a docquet. Pray return it in the morning with a statement of the value of the two prizes therein desired.Ibid.
Money warrant for 700l. to William Ashburnham, Cofferer of the Household, for defraying the expense of the entertainment of the Prince of Denmark, now residing here.Warrants Early XXIV. p. 89.
Privy seal for a grant to Edward Progers, one of the Grooms of the Bedchamber, of the debt of 2,027l. 14s. 9d. owing to the King by Thomas Rogers, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Surrey: to be towards payment of 4,000l. laid out by said Edward Progers in building a lodge in Middle Park at Hampton Court. (Money warrant hereon, July 28.)Ibid, XV. pp. 323–4; XXI. p. 15.
Money warrant for 500l. to Edmond (Edward) Warcup, together with interest thereon at 6 per cent., in repayment of that sum lent into the Exchequer, 1668, Sept. 23: same to be paid out of moneys owing to the king on bond by Thomas Prichards. William Sanders. Henry Harris, and John Witter.Ibid, XVIII. p. 204.
Same for 6,000l. to Baptist May for the Privy PurseIbid, XXII. p. 6.
Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to renew the commission to Fitch Nun Lambe, Esq., et al. for enquiry as to the goods, &c., in Norfolk and Suffolk of Sir Robert Drury, convicted on the 27th March last of felony and manslaughter.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 114.
July 15Privy seal for 2,000l. to Sir Francis Vincent to be in full satisfaction of a pension of 182l. granted by letters patent of 1661, May 22. (Warrant for privy seal dated July 2. Money warrant hereon dated July 22. Order hereon dated Aug. 2.)Ibid. XV. pp. 319–20. 312; XXII. p. 111; Order Book XXXVII. p. 87.
July 16Sir G. Downing to Mrs. Crane to attend on Monday concerning the Ruthin manor business, Mr Tyack having this day made some further proposition therein to my Lords.Out Letters General II. p. 86.
Treasury warrant to the Receipt to transfer from the Poll money to the Hearth money an order for 4,000l. to Thomas White with interest at 6 per cent. and 4 per cent. gratuity, being for repayment of loan: the Poll money being insufficient to meet the orders already registered thereon.Warrants Early XXI. p. 13.
Royal warrant for a privy seal, dormant, for 10,000l. to be disposed of as His Majesty shall direct. (Privy seal hereon dated July 27, with marginal note of the various items charged thereon, and exhausting same to the amount of 9,790l. 10s. 8d.)Ibid, XV. pp. 318, 331. 333.
July 17Sir G. Downing to the King's officers in London port and to Sir Edmond Turnor, Surveyor of the outports, the Attorney and Solicitor General et al. to attend on Thursday at the hearing of the defalcations demanded by the late Farmers of the Customs.Out Letters General II. pp 86, 87.
Same to Sir R. Long for a copy of Treasurer Southampton's warrant for striking the 4,000l. tallies on the late Earl of Norwich's pension which are lately listed.Ibid, p. 87.
Warrant for a Great Seal for a grant to Robert Crooke, son of Sir Robert Crooke, of the office of Ingrosser of the Great Roll, or Clerk of the Pipe in the Exchequer, and the office of maker, drawer, writer, and ingrosser of all leases, indentures, and letters patent to be sealed with the seal of the Exchequer Court, and several other offices and duties thereto belonging: as granted by letters patent of 1639, Apr. 3, to Henry Jermyn, now Earl of St. Albans, in reversion after Sir Henry Crooke, Robert (now Sir Robert) Crooke and Thomas Jermyn: of whom the said Sir Robert Crooke is still alive and in possession of the said office: the said Henry, Earl of St. Albans, having surrendered his interest herein to the said Robert Crooke, son of the said Sir Robert Crooke.Warrants Early XV. pp. 346–8.
July 19Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against William Kirckby, Receiver of Aids for co. Lancaster: Col. Richard Kirckby, his brother, having undertaken that he shall attend on his account with all speed.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 184.
Same to same to stay process against Charles Trevanyon, of Carhayes, Cornwall, as late Receiver of Aids of Cornwall, there being a suit in equity depending between him and Charles Trevanyon, of Gerrans, Cornwall, his deputy for that receipt.Ibid.
[?]Same to same and to Sir W. Doyly to deliver up the bonds of Lewys Harding, Receiver of Aids for co. Beds.Ibid, p. 185.
July 19The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Sir Richard Otley and Richard Scriven, late Receivers of Hearth money for co. Salop: they having recently paid in 400l. in part of their arrears.Ibid, p. 136.
Money warrant for 200l. to Sir Philip Honywood with interest at 6 per cent., being in repayment of a loan made by him into the Receipt on the 16th inst. (Order hereon same day.)Ibid, XXII. p. 7: Order Book XXXVI. p. 31.
Treasury orders for 37l. 1s. 4d. to Peter Lely as interest for 500l. lent: 250l. to the Earl of Sandwich for interest and gratuity on 5,000l. registered on Hearth money for Viscount Hinchinbroke.Order Book XXXVI. p. 31.
July 19Sir G. Downing to Mr. Meynell to attend him to-morrow about some difficulty in his warrant for the 2,000l.Out Letters General II. p. 87.
Same to Sir R. Long and Mr. Sherwyn to consider Mr. Lancaster's proposition for getting in the arrears of the late Poll.Ibid.
Same to Sir R. Long for a certificate of the arrears of the Aids and Eleven Months' tax.Ibid, p. 88.
Same to the Lord Privy Seal forwarding a paper from my Lords for his perusal.Ibid.
Same to the Earl of Orrery to attend my Lords to-morrow about the Lord Privy Seal's instructions concerning the [farm of the] revenue of Ireland.Ibid.
Money warrant for 200l. to Philip Packer for the repair of Godshouse at Portsmouth.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 205.
The Treasury Lords to the Bishop of Ely to arbitrate as to the difference as to the arrear of the Eighteen Months' tax in the Isle of Ely.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 115; XXXIV. p. 183.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against the inhabitants of the Isle of Ely pending the above.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 183.
July 20Same to Sir John Hobard et al., Commissioners of Aids for co. Norfolk, in reply to their letter of the 14th inst., wherein said Commissioners inform that they have reduced the arrears of Norfolk from 17,000l. to about 6,500l. In accordance with said Commissioners desire my Lords have suspended process against Mr. Bendish.Ibid, p. 185.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown lands to rate a particular of some land lying in Dalby in the parish of Kirkpatrick. Isle of Man, late belonging to the Monastry of Bangor [co. Down] and Saball [or Saul], Ireland, of which Richard Sherburne prays a lease.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 266.
Privy seal for 30 tuns of wine, Customs free, for Senor Mocenigo, Ambassador from the Republic of Venice.Ibid, XV. p. 320.
Treasury warrant for 1,000l. to Edward Arden for the Commissioners of Accounts.Order Book XXXVI. p. 44.
Same for 268l. to Sir William Swan, Resident at HamburgIbid.
Money warrant for 1,000l. to the Duke of Buckingham in part of 7,073l. 6s. 8d. arrears to him on his pension of 1,000l. per an. as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 205.
July 21Treasury warrant to Auditor Humphry Morice to forbear to charge the 12 per cent. interest charge on William Broxholme, Receiver of Aids for co. Lincoln.Ibid, XXXIV. pp. 186–7.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Robert Bendish, Receiver of Assessments for co. Norfolk: and against Col. Charles Trevanyon, of Carhayes.Ibid, p. 187.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the proposal from John Kilby, late Collector of Hearth money for co. Bucks, and another proposal of his to Col. Gifford about an arrear of the said money due to the King from said Kilby, which the King is pleased to bestow on said Gifford for payment of his debts. There is little difference between the two proposals, and Mrs. Gifford desires that they may themselves make an agreement with Kilby without the Treasury interposing, this way being alleged by her to be most satisfactory to her husband's creditors.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 136.
[?]The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Robert and William Scowen, late Receiver of Hearth rhoney for Cornwall.Warrants Early XXXVI. p.137.
July 21Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of Robert Southwell, of Kinsale, for a grant of a small piece of waste ground belonging to the King near the victualling house at Kinsale; which land at present lies useless and is a nuisance to the harbour of Kinsale.Out Letters Ireland I. p. 1.
Treasury order for 75l. to Lady WilliamsOrder Book XXXVI. p. 72.
Same for 910l. to the Earl of Carlisle, Ambassador in SwedenIbid, p 44.
Same for 1,581l. 5s. 0d. to Sir John Robinson, Lieut. of the Tower.Ibid.
July 22The Treasury Lords to the Earl of Bath, Lord Warden of the Stannaries, concerning the arrears depending upon several bailiffs of the Stannaries, viz. John Kestell, bailiff of the Stannary of Blackmoor, Christopher Treweck, late bailiff, and Arthur Newman, present bailiff of the Stannary of Penwith, James Scare, bailiff of the Stannary of Tywarnaile. Request him to take care that same be paid to Mr. Napier. Receiver of the revenues of the Duchy of Cornwall, by the bailiffs at the next audit. As said bailiffs are constituted by you we must look upon you as answerable for any failure of theirs.Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 116.
Same to Sir William Morice. havenour of the Duchy of Cornwall, to accompt for the casual profits of his said office from the time of the grant of said office to him: he having (as appears from the 1668 account of Mr. Napier, Receiver of said Duchy) only accounted for the port rents, which are a certainty.Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to Thomas Babington of divers messuages in Chester city.Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 247–8. 256.
Prefixing:—Particular and ratal of the premises and entry of demise.
Same to the Receipt to discharge the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Philip Parker, of Erwarton, co. Suffolk.Ibid, XVIII. p. 205.
Treasury orders for 160l. to the Duke of Buckingham on the arrear of his pension as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber.Order Book XXXVI. p. 157.
Royal warrant to the Attorney General to draft a bill to grant to the Duke of Albemarle et al, detailed, the several annual fee farm rents, tenths, duties, payments and services in the several schedules hereunto annexed [wanting] as a security for moneys borrowed on same: to hold them in trust and to permit the bailiffs and receivers to collect same as formerly until Michaelmas, 1670, paying them into the Exchequer to be thence issued to the respective persons who have and shall have lent money on same: and in case the said money so lent be not [re]paid before Michaelmas. 1670, then said trustees are to lease, mortgage or sell said rents, &c., and pay the proceeds into the Exchequer to be issued to said lenders on their tallies of loan. "And you are to insert in the said bill clauses for granting all benefits and advantages of distresses and otherwise for recovery of the premises and for further assurance to purchase by Act of Parliament or otherwise." (Royal warrant to the Clerk of the Signet for same dated Aug. 2 contains a olause directing the Auditor of the Receipt to keep a Registry book in his office of all orders assigned on said revenue. Together with a footnote: "The letters patent under the Great Seal of England bearing date the 29th day of July in the 21st year of our reign concerning borrowing of money upon the fee farm rents are sent to the Exchequer the 18th December, 1669."Warrants Early XV. pp. 322, 325–7.
July 23Treasury warrant to Mr. Osborne. Treasurer's Remembrancer of the Exchequer to issue immediate extent against Sir John Wolstenholme. the heirs of Sir John Jacob, the heirs of Sir Nicholas Crispe. Sir John Harrison, and Sir John Shaw, late Farmers of Customs, for detaming moneys of their said farm ending 1667, Sept. 29: His Majesty having directed said extent at the hearing yesterday in the Treasury.Out Letters Customs I. p. 174.
Same to Bartholomew Beale and John Wood the Auditors of Imprests, and to the Clerk of the Pipe to make forth constats of the abovesaid late Farmers' accounts.Ibid.
Same to the Grand Commissioners of Excise to allow 52l. 10s. 0d. interest money to George Williamson et al, late Farmers of Excise of Cumberland and Westmorland, being interest on the advance quarter of their farm: notwithstanding that some of their moneys were lost in transmission to London by process of exchange, and another 100l. thereof was lost in the late fire of London.Warrants Early XXIV. p. 91.
Sir G. Downing to Mr. Sparks and Sir Saml. Sterling. The warrant for stay of process against Capt. Brabant will be signed on Monday.Out Letters General II. p. 92.
Same to Secretary Trevor. In Mr. Thynn's account of his extraordinaries in his late negotiations in Sweden you have disallowed 207l. 4s. 0d. for travelling charges from Gothenburg to Stockholm, but are nevertheless of opinion consideration may be had for same. My Lords are content to allow 100l. as a reasonable consideration for same if you are of the same opinion. If so please signify it in the margin of Mr. Thynn's accountIbid, p. 93.
Same to Sir Samuel Starling to attend on Tuesday about the defalcations claimed in his accounts. Meanwhile I have drawn a warrant for stay of process against you.Ibid, p. 94.
Same to Mr. Spark. The King has granted to Col. Gifford the debt due from John Kilby as late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Beds. At said Gifford's request process is being suspended against Kilby.Ibid.
Six Treasury orders for. in all, 22,072l. to Samuel Pepys for Tangier: out of the Customs Dec. 1669, to May, 1670.Order Book XXXVI. p. 161.
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Copy of an order of the King in Council concerning the paper of William Bucknall's enumeration of all the particulars which he intends to have comprehended within his proposal for farming the arrears of the King's revenue in Ireland: said order referring said paper for consideration to the Lords of the Treasury, together with the Lords of the Council of Ireland appointed a committee for what relates to the revenue of Ireland the Principal Secretaries of State, and the Attorney and Solicitor General.Out Letters Ireland I. pp. 3–5.
Appending:— Copy of said Bucknall's paper of particulars as follow as due to the Crown from 1659–60, Mar. 20, to 1667–8, March 20:—" Which I humbly expect in the covenants upon the agreement made with your Majesty upon the 18th of June last," this paper of particulars being now made by Bucknall in obedience to an order of Council of the 26th inst. [sic ? 20th inst.].Out Letters Ireland I. pp. 3–5.
1. Imprimis all rents and arrears arising from houses, lands, tenements and hereditaments whatsoever all bonds, contracts or other specialties for Customs or Excise or any other branch of the revenue.
2. All balances of particular Receivers' accounts due to the Crown by matter of record and not released by the King before 1667–8, March 20. or pardoned by the Act of Indemnity.
3. All arrears of old Crown rents and all other rents of all sorts, Customs and imported Exoise, Hearth money, licences of wines, ale, beer, aqua vitæ and strong waters and Ireland [sic for Inland] Excise with their members and appurtenances contained in a grant or intended grant of the said branches of revenue to John Forth, William Bucknall et al., and of all other things granted therein.
4. Arrears of rents of houses, lands, tenements or hereditaments in the King's hands or disposed of by order of the Exchequer Court and all such houses, &c., accomptable to the King and not pardoned before 1667–8, March 20.
5. Arrears of Composition rents profits of the Hanaper, First Fruits and Twentieth parts, Poll money and subsidies and all other arrears of what has been granted to the King by Parliament since the Restoration or by the Convention before the Restoration.
6. Balances of imprest accounts and all other accounts whatsoever. all rents reserved by grants or letters patents, all sums received by any persons from any branch of the revenue and not brought to account, all errors of accounts and what shall appear not to have been accounted for by reason of false accounts or for want of accompting with the King.
7. All moneys due upon recognizances, statutes, contracts, agreements, records, specialities or otherwise, for any matter or cause soever, excepting all penalties upon the penal statutes where there is no duty arising to the Crown for which the penalty is enjoined: and in these and all other cases of this nature to have the like covenants as are granted to John Forth and William Bucknold et al. in the grant as abovesaid.
8. Prize goods and ships except the Genua ship and the goods at Galway, embezzlements of such goods and ships, seizures of goods exported or imported, preemption money, 5s. per ton upon French shipping, impropriate tithes, Clare and Connaught rents and decrees.
With liberty to the contractor to amend, enlarge, explain, &c., any of the aforesaid enumeration so as may be most suitable to this agreement and not oppressive to the people.
July 26Treasury warrant to Auditor Aldworth to allow in account 150l. to Capt. Henry Brabant. Receiver of Aids for Durham, Northumberland, Newcastle and Berwick: being an allowance of ½ per cent. for the charges of bringing his money to York.Warrants Early XXXIV. p. 188.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against said Brabant.Ibid, p. 189.
Same to John Osborne, the Treasurer's Remembrancer of the Exchequer, and to the Auditor of the revenue and the Duchy of Cornwall and to the Marshal of the Exchequer, directing as follows: whereas upon the declarations of the accompts of the several Receivers of His Majesty's revenue there are remaining many supers sometimes upon the accomptant but frequently upon the debtors or fee farmers, for recovery whereof direction is given for process to be issued upon schedules thereof made out by the respective auditors, and for that they upon subsequent declarations do still certify the same supers with this [addition] that they are scheduled forth to the King's Remembrancer for process to be thence issued, and that yet it appears not upon such subsequent declarations what execution is done by the sheriffs upon process from the auditors' schedules: it is therefore ordered that the respective auditors of the revenue shall (for their several circuits where debts are scheduled forth for recovery by process) upon notice given them by the Marshal of the Exchequer Court, attend at the apposals of sheriffs in enoh auditor's division upon their process in the Exchequer Chamber returnable in Easter and Michaelmas terms, in order that the said auditor may take notice as well of what execution is done as of what may be said by the sheriffs or others to the charges so issued from before the auditors upon which there may be no execution. "And it is further directed that especial care be taken that all sheriffs in these cases be striotly apposed upon their process before the Barons of the Exchequer, that where the charge is good the money may be levied or the debtor's lands seized: and where the charge is short or uncertain it may be amended by the Auditor as is warrantable from the record. And it is further directed that where a rent is charged to be in arrear for eight years last past or since the general pardon that then the Auditor do certify by way of memorandum when, in time before, such rent was answered."Ibid, XXXIII. p. 117.
July 26The Treasury Lords to Lord Hawley, Steward of the Manor of Stratton super Fosse, or to Mr. Pratt, his deputy, concerning the matter in difference between Capt. Kingston and George Stedman, touching their pretensions to certain coal works in said manor.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 256.
Treasury fiat for royal letters patent to constitute Thomas Addison Searcher of Customs of Carlisle port, loco John Busby, surrendered.Out Letters Customs I. p. 175.
Treasury warrant to the Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer to forbear to issue process against Sir John Wolstenholme et al., late Farmers of Customs.Ibid.
Sir G. Downing to the Auditors of Imprests to attend on Monday with the accompts of the late Farmers of the Customs.Out Letters General II. p 94.
Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against John Kilby, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Bucks.Warrants Early XXI. p. 14.
Same to same to deliver up the bonds of Robert Knolles, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Oxford.Ibid.
Money warrant, dormant, for the annuity or fee of 100l. per an. to Timothy Clarke, Dr. in Phisick, Second Physician in Ordinary to the King, and warrant dated Aug. 2 for 100l. hereon.Ibid, XVIII p. 206.
Money warrant for 300l. to Lady Philadelphia Wentworth on her pension of 600l. per an. in part of 900l. arrears thereon.Ibid.
July 26Money warrant for 124l. to Prince Rupert for the pay of 248 days at 10s. a day from Oot. 18 last on his patent of 1668, Oct. 19, appointing him Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle.Warrants Early XVIII. pp. 207–8.
July 27Treasury warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to Charles Lord St. John of the capital messuage of the manor of Lindhurst, co. Southampton.Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 249–51
Prefixing:—Particular of ratal of the premises.
[?]Same to the Attorney General to change two lives in Sir John Cutler's grant of the office of Receiver General of Crown revenues for cos. Notts and Derby.Ibid.
July 27Money warrant for 1,000l. to the Earl of Lauderdale out of the late Customs Farmers' rent.Out Letters Customs I. p. 176.
Royal warrant for a privy seal for [pensions to] John Howland, Register of the Excise, and John Champante, correspondent and clerk of the bonds to the Excise Commissioners, and to John Dugdale, late Accomptant General of Excise, John Collins, Accomptant for the Sub-commissioners and Farmers of Excise and Thomas Gaywood, clerk assistant to the Register in the Excise office, [the amount of said pensions to be respectively 80l., 60l., 75l., 50l. and 40l. that is equivalent to] half the salaries which they had in the Excise Office before 1668. June 24, when the alteration in the Excise office was made. (Privy seal hereon dated Aug. 6. Money warrant hereon Aug. 13.)Warrants Early XV. pp. 322, 354, 358–9; XXIV. pp. 35 36.
Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long for an account of the loans received into the Exchequer on the months of Novr., Feb. and Maroh next. Looking over your certificate for this week I find that the loans on the Customs are not distinguished upon what months they are but only set down in a grosse sum whereby I am wholly unable to charge warrants on said loans. Pray direct Mr. Burgesse to so distinguish them for the future.Out Letters General II. p. 96.
Money warrant for 2,000l. to Lord Arlington for secret service in full of the privy seal of May 21 last.Warrants Early XVIII. pp. 206–7.
Same for 200l. to Sir William St. Ravy in part of 1,150l. arrears on his several pensions of 200l. per an.Ibid, p. 207.
July 28Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to deliver to Progers all the bonds of Thomas Rogers, late Receiver of Hearth money for Surrey.Ibid, XXI. p. 16.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords concerning the case of Sir Thomas Strickland, Farmer of the duty on Scotch and foreign salt for 21 years at 1,800l. per an., who by order of Council of March 5 last is admitted an accomptant for the said duties for the year 1667, Sept. 29, to 1668, Sept. 29. His accompts, as stated, shew receipts of 1,869l. 11s. 3¼d. for that year. But for the same period the Customs officers of London port charge him to have received 27l. 12s. 0d. for the old farm and 1,341l. 13s. 11d. for the new farm and similarly the Surveyor of the Customs in the outports charges him to have received 1,021l. 16s. 7d. within the same time, making 2,391l. 2s. 6d. in all, which is a matter of 529l. 11s. 2¾d. more than said accomptant charges himself with. In reply hereto Strickland says that the 27l. 12s. 0d. of the old farm was due to old farmers of said duty and that he paid it to Sir Ralph Delaval et al., said old Farmers. For the rest he says that he had the King's directions to receive only 8s. 4d. a wey of Scotch salt until further order and to take bond for the remainder of the duty, and that betwixt 1667, Sept. 29, and 1608, April 29 he accordingly only received 8s. 4d. a wey for 975 weys and for the remainder took bond in 500l. of one James Cockburne. Strickland complains that as the trade stands at present between the two kingdoms this duty will not bear 1,800l. rent. But one Nathan Eldred. on behalf of the salt manufacturers of Shields and other parts of England has proffered, if the present farmer shall refuse to collect the duty laid by Act of Parliament on Scotch salt and to hold his patent on the present terms, that they will give good security for 1,800l. a year rent for that duty without defalcations. Strickland offered said Eldred a lease at that price for seven years, but Eldred refused it.Out Letters Customs I. pp. 176–7.
July 28Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long. There will be 100l. paid into the Exchequer by Mr. Braythwaite upon an arrear of his Excise account for Cumberland. My Lords design this for Mr. John Howard. so do not issue it without my Lords' particular warrant.Out Letters General II. p. 97.
Money warrant for 41l. 1s. 3d. to the Earl of Carnarvon for 1½ years to June 24 last on his fee of 18d. a day as Master Marshal and Surveyor of the Hawks.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 208.
Treasury warrant for the execution of a money warrant of 1666, June 2. of the late Treasurer Southampton's for 105l. to Lawrence Bathurst, Receiver of the Voluntary Present of the laity, co. Gloucester.Ibid, p. 209.
Money warrant for 100l. to the Grooms and Pages of His Majesty's Chamber for one year in part of 225l. arrears thereon.Ibid, p. 210.
Same for 12l. 3s. 4d. to Edmond Roydon, stable keeper at St. James's, for one year on his fee.Ibid.
Same for 50l. to Samuel Wood, one of the falconers, for one year on his fee: and 38l. 0s. 5d. to James Roper, same as same.Ibid, p. 211.
Same for 40l. to Richard Wiseman, one of the King's Chirurgeons for one year on his fee, and for 106l. 13s. 4d. to Richard Pyles for same as same: for 106l. 13s. 4d. to John Knight for same as same.Ibid, pp. 211, 212.
Same for 20l. to Capt. William Freeman for one year on his fee as Governor of Sandown Castle.Ibid. p. 212.
Same for 80l. to Anthony Choqueux, one of the King's Chirurgeons, for one year on his fee.Ibid, p. 213.
Same for 20l. to Sir Thomas Engham, Keeper of the Castle of Sandwich, for same: and 20l. to Col. Silius Titus, Governor of Deal Castle, for same.Ibid.
Same for 15l. 15s. 10d. to the Earl of Dorset for one year as keeper of Broyle Park, and 24l. 6s. 8d. to Sir Allen Apseley for same as keeper of Wilbraham Bushey Warren.Ibid, p. 214.
Unfinished entry (crossed through) concerning the order of June 14 last for 500l. to Humfry Weld.Ibid.
July 28Money warrant for 60l. each to Sidney Godolphin and Tho. Felton for half a year as Pages of Honour to the King.Warrants Early XVIII. p. 215.
Treasury order for 91l. 5s. 0d. to Thomas Duppa for board wages as a Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter.Order Book XXXVI. p. 87.
Treasury warrant to the Receipt for a tally of 500l. for Humfry Weld for half a year on his 1,000l. per an. for secret service, to be struck on Mr. Smyth, Receiver of Crown revenues for Southampton, Wilts, and Gloucester.Warrants Early XXII. p. 111.
Treasury orders for 732l. 5s. 3d. to Thomas Thynn for his extraordinaries as Envoy to Sweden: for 460l. to Sir William Godolphin on his ordinary as Envoy to Spain.Order Book XXXVII. p. 1.
Sign manual for 300l. to Charles Lord Buckhurst for his service into France.Warrants EarlyXV. p. 340.
Sir G. Downing to the Customs Farmers for a fresh copy of the payments settled upon the Customs.Out Letters General II. p. 98.
Same to Sir John Shaw. The warrant for Dr. Whitacker's arrears of 50l. will be signed to-morrow.Ibid.
July 30Treasury warrant to William Hodgson, messenger to the Auditor and Receiver of North Wales to levy the 968l. 18s. 6¼d. arrears depending on the tenants in the lordship of Ruthin: following the advice of Nicholas Tyack in the process.Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 251.
The Treasury Lords to Mr. Wyn, Receiver of North Wales, to permit Nicholas Tyack to peruse the books of his receipt with a view to the levying the above arrear.Ibid, p. 252.
[?]Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer Seal of divers messuages in Trelystan ("Trelyden") et alibi, co. Montgomery, to Roger Newborough, being part of the estate of Thomas Jack, outlaw.Ibid.
July 30Treasury warrant to the Auditor in question to allow in account to Sir Samuel Stirling, late Receiver of Hearth money for Kent, certain items for empty and otherwise untaxable houses.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 137.
Same to Auditor Sir Joseph Seymour to discharge the 12 per cent. interest charged on William Bowdler, late Receiver of Poll money for co. Hereford.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 190.
Money warrant for 87l. 10s. 0d. to the executors of Dr. Toby Whitacker, late one of the King's Physioians.Out Letters Customs I. p. 178.
Same for 500l. to Dame Jane Fisher in part of 1,000l. due for one year on her pension.Ibid.
Same for 240l. to Sir Godfrey Lloyd, His Majesty's Chief Engineer, for one year on his fee in part of 300l. arrears thereon.Ibid, pp. 178–9.
Treasury warrant to the Auditors of Imprests to allow in the Earl of Anglesey's accounts as Treasurer of the Navy, orders registered on the Eleven months' tax to the amount of 44,503l. 4s. 5d. assigned by him to Sir William Warren, Capt. George Cock et al., creditors of the Navy, in consideration of orders of the like value registered on the Additional Aid assigned by the said creditors as follows, viz. 30,000l. to Sir Dennis Gauden, 10,000l. to Col. Legg, 1,155l. to Major Andros et al., and 3,348l. 4s. 5d. to Alderman Backwell.Warrants Early XXIII. p. 24.
July 30Money warrants for 146l. 13s. 4d. to Mr. Paynter for a year on his fees as one of the King's chirurgeons.Warrants Early XVIII. pp. 215, 216, 217, 218.
40l. to Sickville Whittle, same as same.
13l. 6s. 8d. to Thomas Phelips, same as one of the King's apothecaries.
53l. 6s. 8d. to John Jones, same as same.
26l. 13s. 4d. to Thomas Lee, same as a Herald-at-Arms.
26l. 13s. 4d. to John Wingfield, same as a same.
26l. 13s. 4d. to Robert Challoner, same as a same.
36l. 10s. 0d. each to Richard Elton, John Robinson, Thomas Wetherden, John Maxwell, Bartholomew Lucar, William Lowe, and Henry Carter, same as Grooms of the Chamber to the Queen Consort.
96l. 13s. 4d. to Robert Child and William Bowles, same as Masters of the Tents.
13l. 3s. 4d. to John Greene, same as Clerk of the Tents.
12l. 3s. 4d. to John Lloyd, same as Clerk Comptroller of the Tents.
10l. 0s. 0d. to Robert and Francis Bowles, same as Yeomen of the Tents.
9l. 2s. 6d. to Sir William Bowles, Kt., same as Groom of the Tents.
20l. 0s. 0d. each to Henry Dethick, Thomas Hollford, and Francis Sandford. same as pursuivants.
273l. 6s. 8d. to Capt. Thomas Writtle, same as Governor of Upnor Castle and for maintaining 20 soldiers there.
260l. 0s. 0d. to Thomas Davies, the late King's barber, in part of 646l. arrears on his fee of 100l. per an.
13l. 13s. 9d. to James Davies for one year as Wardrobe Keeper at Windsor.
Same for 10,000l. to the Treasurers of the Navy in further part of 40,000l. promised to the Duke of York on the extraordinaries of the Navy: and 2.500l to same for special and pressing occasions of the Navy over and above all other appointments yet made for that service.Ibid, p. 219.
Same for 100 marks to the Grooms and Pages of the Chamber to the Queen Consort as royal bounty for the year 1663, June 24, to 1664, June 24.Ibid.
The like for 45l. 12s. 6d. to George Cox for one year on his fee as doorkeeper at the Council Chamber.Ibid, pp. 220, 221, 222, 223.
45l. 12s. 6d. to Thomas Ravensoroft, same as same.
80l. to John Baget and Edward Martin, same as Pages of the Presence to the late King.
46l. 10s. 10d. to Charles Evans, same as the King's harper.
156l. 3s. 4d. to George Kirke, same as Keeper of Whitehall.
9l. 2s. 6d. to John Wynyard, same as Keeper of the House of Peers.
45l. 12s. 6d. to John Cole, same as breeder of wild fowl at Newmarket.
50l. 0s. 0d. to John Tunsted, same as keeper of the game of heathpoults.
34l. 7s. 6d. each to Tertullian Lewis and Richard Vaux. same as drummers to the King.
18l. 5s. 0d. to John Gammon, same as one of the King's gunners.
9l. 2s. 6d. to Henry Harris, same as keeper of the vestures for masks and revels.
80l. 0s. 0d. to the Earl of Bath, same as keeper of St. James's House.
40l. 0s. 0d. to Charles Hogan, for one year on his fee as keeper of [the] stillinghouse at Hampton Court.
24l. 0s. 0d. to John Greene, same as stablekeeper at the Mews.
40l. 0s. 0d. to John Shillingford alias Izard, same as one of the yeoman prickers to the King's privy harriers.
26l. 13s. 4d. to Elias Ashmole, same as a Herald-at-arms.
26l. 13s. 4d. to John Tuthill, same as one of the secondaries in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's office in the Exchequer.
July 30Sir G. Downing to Sir Tho. Estcourt to return his sister's petition.Out Letters General II. p. 98.
July 31Same to Sir R. Long for a list of such warrants as have been brought to the Exchequer charged upon the [Crown] land revenue for payment whereof there is no money in the Exchequer: in order to enable me to perfect the list of payments for which money is to be provided, which list is to be carried to the Treasurer of the Household this afternoon.Ibid, p. 99.
Same to Mr. Payne. A warrant will be signed on Monday to stay process against Col. Strowd.Ibid.