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July 1660

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'Entry Book: July 1660', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1: 1660-1667 (1904), pp. 50-51. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80007 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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July 1660

Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
July 4Letters patent for the issue of 1,000l. to William Ashburnham, Esq., Cofferer of the Household, for the use of the Royal House[hold].Ibid, XIV. p. 1.
Entry of an order by the King for the passing of a landwaiter's place to Mr. Pegg.Ibid, VIII. p. 4.
[?]Letters patent for the issue of 100l. to Sir Allen Apsley for liveries for the King's Falconers.Ibid, XIV. p. 3.
July 10Same for same of 500l. to Thomas Cantley for Secret Service without accompt.Ibid, p. 1.
July 11Letters patent for the issue of 50,000l. to Sir George Carterett, Treasurer of the Navy, as imprest for the Navy.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 1.
July 13Same for same of 500l. to William Legg, Lieut. Gen. of the Ordnance, as imprest for defraying the charge for taking the general remaine of the stores belonging to said office.Ibid.
July 16Certificate to the Treasury from Sir G. Palmer [Attorney General] of the validity of the patent to John Harvey and William Halke of the Receivership of co. Lincoln.Ibid, I. p. 29.
July 23Letters patent for the issue of 5,000l. to Stephen Fox for His Majesty's service upon accompt [being money] payable into the Receipt by Martin Noell.Ibid, XIV. p. 1.
July 24Warrant by the Treasury Lords to the officers of the Receipt, concerned, to execute the royal letters patent of the 16th instant for the cancelling, &c. of the tallies of assignation for 12,700l. levied at the Exchequer by Mathew Lock, assignee of Lord General Monck, and for vacating the records of said tallies so that said sum be not brought in charge against General Monck.Ibid, I. pp. 24–5.
Same to Mr. Sherwin to return to Mrs. Penelopy Warneford, sister and administratrix to Michael Berkley, two bonds due to Berkley from the City of London.Ibid, pp. 33–4.
Followed by:—Certificate, dated ? 1660, August 1, by Sir Heneage Finch of said Warneford's rights to said bonds.
July 25The Treasury Lords to Sir Edmond Sawyer, one of the Auditors of Crown revenues, for a particular of the coppices in Lillingstone Dayrell, co. Bucks. which are in charge, "before your certifying what you think fit to be considered in point of value or otherwise in granting thereof by lease for his Majesty's service."Ibid, p. 23.
Sir P. Warwick to Sir Charles Harbord, Surveyor General of Lands, to hasten the survey of the honor and manor of Grafton with a view to Lord Langdale's petition herewith transmitted.Ibid, p. 22.
July 31The Treasury Lords (through Sir Philip Warwick) to said Sir Charles Harbord, for a more particular view of the 10,000 acres in the Fens on which he had put a valuation of 2,500l. per an. clear, in his account of the state of the fens as His Majesty is interested in them: said valuation being made with some uncertainty. "as not having seen these lands for the last 20 years or more."Ibid, p. 36.
Letters patent for the grant to Edward Strange, Esq., of the office of Keeper and Captain of Hurst Castle, co. Southampton, with certain wages, &c., for himself and for gunners, soldiers, porters, &c., detailed.Ibid, XIV. p. 5.