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'Entry Book: June 1661', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1: 1660-1667 (1904), pp. 249-259. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80032 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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June 1661

Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
June 1Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to permit John Crodroffe, a citizen of Cologne, to land a certain parcel of Rhenish wine at single custom.Ibid, IX. p. 7.
June 3Same from same to permit Henry, Earl of Drogheda, to pass to Ireland with his train, goods, &c., six mares and six saddle horses, he being now transporting himself and his family thither, there to make his abode and residence.Ibid.
June 5Money warrant for 100l. to Major Richard Latham as royal bounty.Ibid, XIV. p. 146.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l., due from Thomas Derham, of West Dereham, co. Norfolk.Ibid, p. 147.
June 5Money warrant for 528l. 13s. 3d. to Col. John Streater and John Macock, printers, for several things by them printed after the exclusion of the secluded members, and for the service of the house then sitting.Early Entry Book XIV. pp. 147, 153.
Same for 10l. to Barbara Alexander, widow, as royal bounty, her husband having died at Worcester.Ibid, p. 147.
Same for 275l. to Lord Wentworth for recruiting the regiment of Guards now at Dunkirk, with 1,100 men, to be forthwith levied.Ibid, p. 149.
Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley, on the order of reference from the Privy Council of May 22 last, of the proposition for making the port of Dover a free port for Composition trade. Suitably to the opinion of the Council of Trade and the Customs Commissioners, are of opinion that Dover is the most fit and proper port in the kingdom for a Composition trade, in respect of its situation, buildings, warehouses, and from its having formerly been a port of free trade, and therefore more likely to be frequented. Think best not to limit it to the port, but to extend the liberty to Dover Road and the Downs, where the merchants may have liberty to change bottoms for any part of Europe into English shipping, they paying their duties as in the port itself, and their entries thereof being kept in the port: paying at the importation one per cent. as in the present book of rates, and one fourth per cent. on exportation; and whenever the goods imported and laid up shall be consumed within the kingdom, then to pay all duties and payments as are due by law; or if they lie in the said warehouses and not reshipt in 12 months after entry, then to pay said full duties. Propose rates for all Portugal, Rhenish, French, and Spanish wines; Spanish tobacco; battery, linens, or stuffs. "A free trade thus settled we conceive might conduce to the advantage of your Majesties Customes and the good of that towne. But how farr it wilbe beneficiall to either in respect of those tyes and observances that are put upon trade by the late Act of Navigation, without some triall and experience we cannot yet determine, the farmers of your Majesties Customes certifying that for the advance of trade there wilbe a necessity of some dispensacion to bee made of the said Act; and the Councell of Trade being of opinion that that Act bee inviolably kept. The [late Customs] Farmers would not extend this dispensation to your Majesties Plantationes, nor doe wee thinke it becomes us to extend it to other forraine goods without that dispensacion bee allowed by your Matie, and the Lords of the Councell. And if by them it is not allowed, the question wilbe whether the towne and merchants will endeavour the setting up of this trade, which wee thinke fit shall continue at first for three yeares, and if your Matie thinke fit to continue it noe longer to give warning to the merchant for dissolving it. ... All other particulers concerning this trade both as it relates to the registring and entring of the merchandises, to the ordering of the factorage, so as your Matie bee not defrauded your duties, to the permission of [the import or export of] bullion, plate, and forrayne coyne which heretofore was a great part of the Dover trade and may happily meete with a conjuncture of tyme when it may bee brought back againe, and all other things of this nature which cannot now bee foreseene may bee reduced into articles betwixt the Commissioners or farmers of your Mats Customes and the merchants."Ibid. VI. pp. 218–9.
June 5Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to deliver to Patience Ward, merchant, certain gold and silver lace consigned from France and seized at London.Early Entry Book IX. p. 8.
June 6Same from same to same to permit Arthur Earl of Donegall, who is now going over to the Parliament in Ireland, to ship six horses thither for his own use and to return with them again free of custom.Ibid.
Money warrant for 2,349l. 7s. 3d. to Sir Maurice Berkeley, Treasurer of the garrison at Dunkirk, for one month's pay to the Irish regiment at Mardyke: as by the letters patent of May 27 last.Ibid, XIV. p. 148.
Treasurer Southampton's warrant to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir Anthony Craven, of Sparsholt, co. Berks.Ibid. p. 149.
Money warrant for 20l. to Jerome Earl of Portland as creation money for one year to March 25 last, and to continue same in future.Ibid.
[?]Entry of Privy Seal for 500l. per an. to Thomas Elliott, Master of the King's Harriers upon account for keeping the King's hare-hounds.Ibid. p. 151.
June 7Treasurer Southampton to Sir Thomas Player, Chamberlain of the city of London, to pay to Mr. Fox (for the purpose of paying the King's Guards) the 4,449l. 9s. 10d. remaining unpaid in of the 60,000l. borrowed from the city.Ibid, p. 152.
June 8Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due each from Sir Hugh Smith, of Long Ashton, co. Somerset, and Sir Denny Ashburnham, of Bromham, co. Sussex.Ibid, p. 151.
Same from same for a tally to be struck on the Customes for the 500l. order to Sir Henry de Vic of May 13 last (ut supra, p. 243).Ibid, p. 134.
[?June 11]Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer Seal to John Weykes, of the minerals of coal in or under the common or waste called Le Barrow, in Stratton super Fosse, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall.Ibid, VI. p. 245.
June 13Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to permit the Earl of Tyrconnell to transport to Ireland 14 horses with two birding pieces.Ibid, IX. p. 13.
Prefixing:—Permit from the Duke of Albemarle.
Royal warrant for 637l. to Thomas Davis, barber to the late King, being arrears of his allowance of 91l. per an. from 1641, Lady Day, to the death of Charles I.Ibid, XIV. p. 231
June 15Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley on the separate petitions of Lord Ogilvy and John Carey for a grant of what moneys they discover in arrear of assessments laid on the city and county of York and the four northern counties by the Earl [Marquess] of Newcastle in 1644–5–6. Said assessments flowed from a particular rather than a public authority. Are irresolute what to determine as to it, for if a commission issues it might be vexatious to many persons in those counties, for the collectors and receivers themselves were probably loyal. Some limit of gross grant should at any rate be fixed, with reservation of a portion to the Crown.Ibid, VI. p. 223.
June 15Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley on the Earl of Monmouth's proposal to acquit a pansion of 100l. per an. payable to him for life out of the Exchequer, with the arrears thereof, for a fine of 800l., which he is to pay upon the renewing of a lease of the manor of Rudfen, co. Warwick. Cannot allow the same, as the 100l. per an. is not worth 800l. down, and as to the arrears conceives that the arrears of all pensions cannot well be pretended to.Early Entry Book VI. p. 224.
Treasurer Southampton's signification to the Clerk of the Signet of the King's pleasure for a grant of a pension of 200l. per an. to Francis Mansell for good and faithful services.Ibid.
Money warrant for 40l per an., as pension, to Elizabeth Cary, a poor widow, for many and hazardous services to the late and present King.Ibid, XIV. p.-153.
Same for 5,421l. 5s. 10d. to Giles Lytcot for moneys lent to the King.Ibid. p. 154.
Same for 100l. to—Bruneau as royal bountyIbid, p. 155.
Same for 200l. to Sr. Bartholomew de Crequj, Sieur de la Roche for so much moneys expended by him in the King's service.Ibid.
June 17Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to discharge a seizure of certain moneys belonging to James Berry and John Nicholson, they having through deadness of trade been reduced to turning their small substance into money with the object of adventuring same with their wives and families into Ireland: which said moneys had been seized at the port of Chester.Ibid, IX. pp. 13–14.
Same from same to John Reeve, one of the messengers of the Chamber in ordinary, to arrest James Stone, Thomas Stone and Richard Tappenden for offences against the Customs.Ibid. p. 17.
Same from same to the Clerk of the Signet for a Privy Seal for 250l. to Thomas Holder, appointed by the Duke of York [to receive same], being for said Duke's adventure to Guinea.Ibid, VI. p. 224.
Same from same to same for same to continue the annuity or yearly pension of 100l. to Sir Sigismond Alexander alias Zinzan as granted by Privy Seal of 1656, Decr. 14.Ibid, p. 225.
Money warrant for 20l. to Katherine Welsh as royal bounty for her late husband's sufferings, &c.Ibid, XIV. p. 154.
Same for 30l. to John Brice as sameIbid.
Same for 20l. to Anne Coleman as same, she having lost all in Ireland by the late rebellion there.Ibid.
Same for 40l. per an. to John Heath as one of the King's Counsel at Law, by letters patent of 1653, Jan 31.Ibid, p. 155.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due each from Sir Robert Jenkinson, of Walcot, co. Oxon; Sir Richard Francklyn, of Moor Park, co. Herts; and Sir William Parsons, of Langley Park, co. Bucks.Ibid, p. 158.
June 18Money warrant for 20l. to Giles Tomkins for six months to March 25 last, as one of His Majesty s musicians in ordinary: and to continue same from time to time.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 157.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to re-deliver to Arthur Bray, His Majesty s wine cooper, eight hogsheads of Rhenish wines, lately arrived at St. Katherine's in a skipper of Dort, being a present from the Archbishop of Mainz for His Majesty.Ibid, IX. p. 14
Same from same to same for same to Richard Woodford, Samuel Pits et al. of certain pieces of lockromes damaged by salt water, laden at Morlaix in the "Dove," of Lyme Regis, and damaged on entering that port.Ibid, pp.14–15.
Same from same to same, to discharge the seizure of the ship "St. John. of Camphere," with a cargo of bay salt, imported to Yarmouth from Rochelle, by James Johnson, merchant.Ibid, p. 15.
June 19Order from same to same, and to all officers in whose hands the accounts in question as follow do lie, to grant to Edmond Winstanley, claiming under William Bullock (to whom the late King granted the lighthouse called Dungeness, in the 11th year of his reign). permission to have a sight and copies of the books touching the accounts of said lighthouse, upon his paying for the same: all in accordance with a recommendation from the Court of Chancery of May 6 [last].Ibid, IX. p. 17.
Treasurer Southampton to the Receiver General of the months' assessment begun from 1660, Sept. 29. The time for payment of said assessment being long since past, and the money yet unpaid into the Receipt, orders all money in hand to be forthwith paid in.Ibid, XIV. p. 158.
The like:—To same respectively of Somerset, Devon, Notts, Hereford, York, Suffolk.
Money warrant for 10l. to John Bagster, asroyal bounty, he having lost some limbs in the service of the late King.Ibid, p. 156.
Same for 50l. to Col. Harrison Kymer as same, for services and sufferings.Ibid.
Same for 5,000l. to Sir George Carteret, to be paid to the victuallers of the Navy, in part of 135,000l. for this summer's Navy.Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton for a tally for 250l. upon the Receiver of the Tenths of the Diocese of Winchester for a half-year's pension to the Earl of Rochester to March 25 last.Ibid, p. 157.
Money warrant for 1,000l. to Humphry Wild for His Majesty's secret service, without accompt.Ibid, p. 159.
Same for 40l. to Benjamin Mullins (Ben. Mollins), as royal bounty for service and sufferings.Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due each from Sir Abraham Cullen, of East Sheen, co. Surrey, and Henry Stapleton, of Myton, co. York.Ibid.
Same for 20l. to Francis Burges for one year, on his pension to Lady Day last.Ibid.
June 19Money warrant for 25l. to William Ivye for six months to Xmas last on his fee as one of the falooners in ordinary, loco Haughton Barwick.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 160.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Auditor of Revenues within co. York to allow to Conyers, Lord Darcy and Conyers, 50l. 6s. 8d. per an. as fee as bailiff of the franchises and liberties of the fee of Richmond, Steward of same. Steward Master and Keeper of the forests in said fee, and Constable and Keeper of the Castle of Middleham.Ibid, p. 161.
June 21Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to permit the Earl of Roscommon (who is now transporting himself and his family into Ireland) to pass with his train, baggage, two stone horses and two mares.Ibid, IX. p. 18.
June 22Money warrant for 41l. 6s. 10d. per an. to Sir John Maynard, constituted one of His Majesty's Sergeants at Law, 1660, November 9.Ibid, XIV. p. 161.
Same for 1s. 6d. per diem to Francis Withered, as Comptroller of the Works from 1660, March 25.Ibid, p. 162.
Same for payment (out of the Customs) of the following creation moneys to the Duke of Buckingham, viz., 40l. as Duke, 30l. as Marquess. 20l. as Earl and 13l. 6s. 8d. as Viscount, for one year to Lady Day last, and to continue same from time to time.Ibid, p. 163.
Same for the issue of 10,000l. to the Duke of York (letters patent dated 1661, May. 20).Ibid, p. 175.
Privy Seal for 1,000l. to be paid to Thomas Viscount Dillon, of Costello-Gallen, in consideration of his surrender of the letters patent from the late King, which granted him the Presidency of Connaught and government of the town of Galway and constableship of Athlone.Ibid, p. 185.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to discharge a seizure of 20 piggs of lead shipped from Hull by Henry Maister, mariner.Ibid, IX. p. 20.
Same from same to same for same of linen sent from Holland to John Cooper, silk weaver.Ibid, p. 21.
Same from same to John Reeve, one of the messengers of the Chamber in ordinary, to arrest William Church, Thomas Parkinson and Peter Earle to answer offences against the Customs.Ibid.
Same from same to the persons concerned, to postpone till further order the execution of an order of March 22 last, directed to Walter Etterick and other officers of the Customs in Sunderland port not to suffer any ships or vessels to be cleared with them but such as the master thereof shall bring a ticket under the hand of Michael Crake (who pretended himself to be water bailiff of the river and port of Sunderland) for the well and orderly casting of their ballast: the Lord Treasurer being now informed that the water bailiwick of said port with the duties and privileges thereunto belonging did belong to the Bishop of Durham, who constitutes to the said office by patents under the Great Seal of the County Palatine of Durham, and that the said Crake was never permitted to execute the same.Ibid, p. 22.
June 22Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to permit Gilbert Mabbott to transport for Ireland 400 oz. of plate for his own use.Early Entry Book IX. p. 18.
Circular letter from Treasurer Southampton to the [various] Receivers of First Fruits. "Sir. You cannot be a stranger to the King's occasions for money and I cannot but believe that there is a considerable summe in your hands upon the accompt of the First Fruits. It is not for His Maties. service that his revenue should lye in his officers' hands and his owne occasions be disappointed." Therefore demands instant payment of balances in hand into the Receipt and production of an account of receipts from the first entrance into their office; "I understanding by Sir Philip Warwick that this day at the Comtee. of the [House for the King's] revenue he was required by Wednesday next to bring in such an accompt."Ibid, VI. p. 230.
Report from Treasurer Southampton to the King on the petition of Sir James Bunce for audit and payment of the 7,583l. 11s. 10d. due to him, being moneys disbursed for His Majesty's necessary occasions, petitioner being martyred by the Act of Oblivion. Cannot state debts contracted abroad, but must leave that to be done by "those Ministers of State that then attended you."Ibid, p. 232.
[?]Warrant from same to Thomas Whitby, a receiver under the late usurped powers for cos. Stafford, Salop, and Chester, to present his accompt to Sir Joseph Seymour: and the same for John Barker, late same for co. Lancaster: the said Whitby having been previously authorised to present his accompts to Richard Sadler, late an auditor under the said usurped powers, but since displaced, and therefore not capable of making up an accompt authentic. Said Sadler is to deliver to said Seymour the accompts of both the said late receivers, which were declared before the late usurped authority, and all accompts, papers and writings since delivered to him by both the said late receivers, and all books of enrolments, orders and vouchers touching the same.Ibid, pp. 233–4.
June 25Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to permit the servants of Don Francisco de Mello, Count of Ponte, Extraordinary Ambassador from the King of Portugal, to transport beyond the seas 300 horses, with so many saddles and bridles, free of custom, for the use of said ambassador: all as by the royal sign manual of the 14th inst.Ibid, IX. p. 20.
Money warrant for 20l. to Peircy Church, one of the Grooms of the Privy Chamber to the Queen mother, for one year's allowance as such to June 24 last.Ibid, XIV. p. 164.
Same for 500l. to Lady Byron for one year's pension to June 24 last, and to continue same in future as due.Ibid, p. 162
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton for a tally to be struck on the Customs Commissioners for 5,000l. due for Midsummer quarter past on the Duke of York's allowance of 20,000l.Ibid, p. 164.
June 26Money warrant for 2,500l., 40l. 5s. 0d., and 10l. 10s. 0d. to Anthony Cogan for the conveyance to the King of his estate in that great garden situate in St. Martin in the Fields, heretofore in the occupation of Thomas Hoskins, and in all that pasture ground generally called the Mulberry Garden Field in the said parish, lately in the occupation of John Davis: and certain half-year's rents due thereon.Ibid, pp. 164–5.
June 26Money warrant for 25l. to Isabell, widow of Capt. Hugh Houghton, for a quarter's pension to June 24 last: and to continue same in future as due.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 162.
June 27Same (dormant) for the entertainment or pay of 2s. 6d. a day to Walter Slingsby, Captain or Commander of the new fort called Sandown, alias Sandham, in the Isle of Wight, for himself, and 8d. a day each for 30 soldiers.Ibid. p. 166.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due each from Metcalf Robinson of Newby, co. York, Thomas Rich of Sonning, co. Berks, and Godfrey Copley of Sprotborough, co. York.Ibid.
Money warrant for 20l. to Henry, Earl of Peterborough, as creation money, for one year to Easter last.Ibid, p 167.
Same for 20l. to Cosmo Manuche as royal bounty, for services and sufferings during all the late wars.Ibid.
Same (dormant) for the fee or wages of 12d. a day, and 16l. 2s. 6d. for livery to Jeremy Crewe, as one of His Majesty's drummers in ordinary.Ibid.
Money warrant for 20l. to John Whitley as royal bounty, for services during all the late wars.Ibid, p. 168.
Same for 25l. and 50l. to Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Pott, late Master of the Harriers to the late King, to make up one quarter on her 300l. per an.Ibid.
Same for 60l. to Major Richard Dutton, for his good services and merit, being part of 300l. ordered to him out of moneys raised from the farmers of the tithes of all vacant livings in Carnarvon and Denbigh, and which has been paid into the hands of Robert Evans of Lleyn, co. Carnarvon, and Edward Davis of Glassig, co. Denbigh, treasurers for the said moneys, and by them unaccompted for.Ibid.
Money warrant, dormant, for 40l. and 400l. per an. to Herbert Price, one of the Sewers to the Queen, "and particularly for the quarter ended at Midsummer last."Ibid, p. 69.
June 28Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton on the title of Lord Maynard (in right of his son, who had it from his grandfather, Sir Robert Bannister) to a parcel of land in the Forest of Dean, called Canupe, which Cromwell forced from him, intending to re-afforest those lands, giving him 1,500l. in lieu thereof.Ibid, VI. pp. 234, 238–9.
Prefixing:—Note of said Lord Maynard's petition; the Surveyor General's certificate by way of report thereon, and Treasurer Southampton's order for said certificate to be appended to his own report to the King.
June 29Money warrant for 1,298l. 17s. 8d. for one quarter's salary bill to the 24th instant for the officers of Excise.Ibid, XI. pp. 40–2.
Prefixing:—Said salary bill.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton for a tally to be struck on the Customs Commissioners for the salaries of Sir Richard Fanshaw as Latin Secretary, and as one of His Majesty's Masters of Requests: all as ordered by warrant of Feb. 21 last.Ibid, XIV. pp. 51, 52.
June 29Privy Seal for 2,200l. to William Gomeldon, merchant, "at or within the terme of foure monethes, to comence and bee accompted from the eight day of this instant. June," for a large heart diamond ring of great perfection, bought for the King by Sir Gilbert Talbot, Master of the Jewels.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 205.
Same for 730l. 10s. 0d. to same "for one of our pictures enclosed and set round with diamonds sent for France; for a large oriental ruby for our own wearing; for setting 320 stone diamonds in gold on our stirrups. and for the lone of 1,200l. worth of stones, some of which were lost out of the bosses provided for our Coronation," all as contracted for by Sir Gilbert Talbot.Ibid.
Order from Treasurer Southampton for a tally to be struck on the Customs Commissioners for the balance of the Treasurer's warrant of 1661, April 10 (supra, p. 235) for the disbanded forces of the garrisons of Sandown, Dover, Sandgate, and Walmer Castle.Ibid, p. 109.
Prefixing:—Certificate by the Auditor of the Receipt "There hath been paid on the [abovesaid] warrant, the sum of 200l. and no more. which was paid for the forces of Dover.'
Warrant from same to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir John Aubrey, of Llantrithyd, co. Glamorgan.Ibid, p. 165.
Money warrant for 171l. 16s. 6d. to Edward Strange (Strawnge) for wages, &c., due to him and the other officers and soldiers in the Hurst Castle from 1660, July 31, to Lady Day last, according to the establishment in the letters patent of July 31 last: and 182l. 10s. 6d. to same for paying off the disbanded forces of said Castle.Ibid, p. 169.
Same for 20l. to Nathaniel Castleton, of Birmingham, ironmonger, for one year to June 24 last, on his pension, as by the letters patent of May 10 last.Ibid.
Same (dormant) for the fee of 10s. a day to Sir Philip Musgrave as Commander and Governor of the city, town, and castle of Carlisle, as by the letters patent of Dec. 20 last.Ibid, p. 170; IX. p. 30.
Same for 12l. 10s. 0d. per an. to Sir Peter Killigrew, being the reserved rent for that portion of ground containing 50 acres or thereabouts. now in the occupation of Richard Arundell, being part of the ground called Castle Hill, co. Cornwall, whereon a fort commonly called Pendennis ("Pendynas") is erected, and which was heretofore enclosed or added for His Majesty's better service about the said Castle for 41 years from 1652, Lady Day.Ibid, pp. 170–1.
Together with:—Warrant for 9l. 7s. 6d. to said Killigrew for three quarters of said rent due Lady Day last.
Money warrant (amended and re-entered) for 2,083l. 14s. 6d. to William Lord Widdrington. Governor of the garrison of Berwick, for pay of said garrison from the time of their entertainment into His Majesty's service to March 23 last, as certified by Sir Thomas Clarges, Commissary General of the Musters.Ibid, pp. 176, 171–2
With dormant warrant for 762l. 6s. 0d. to same for same for every month of 28 days
June 29Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir Jo. Crofts, of Stow, co. Suffolk as by the letters patent of 16 March past; and from Sir Raph Ashton, of Middleton, co. Lancaster, as by same of June 17 last.Early Entry Book XIV. p. 172.
Money warrant for 8,400l to Sir Maurice Berkeley, Receiver and Paymaster of the garrison of Dunkirk for seven weeks' pay to said garrison, viz., May 13 to July 1.Ibid, p. 173.
Same for 4,805l. 10s. 0d. to same for three months' pay to the regiment of Guards at Dunkirk from June 1st instant.Ibid
Same for 7,000l. to same for two months' pay for the regiment of Irish now at Dunkirk under the command of the Earl of [sic] Muskerry.Ibid, p 174.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to allow William [sic], Bishop of Bristol, to pay his First Fruits of 299l. 10s. 10½–¼d. (the Tenth being deducted) in four yearly instalments on his own security.Ibid, p. 173.
Money warrant for 50l. to Lady Starismore for June 24 quarter last on her annuity or pension, as by letters patent of the 20th inst.Ibid, p. 174.
Same (dormant) for 120l. per an. to William Killigrew as annuity or pension, as by letters patent of Oct. 15 last.Ibid.
Money warrant for 75l. for June 24 quarter last to William Morrice, Esq., son of Secretary Sir William Morrice, on his pension of 300l. per an., granted by letters patent of May 10 last in consideration of the surrender by the said Sir William Morrice and said William Morrice of the government of the town and garrison of Plymouth.Ibid, p. 178.
With:—Dormant warrant for payment of said pension quarterly.
Same for 250l. to Katherine Countess of Chesterfield for June 24 quarter last on her pension of 1,000l., as by letters patent of Dec. 31 last: with dormant warrant for payment of same in future out of the rent of 1,000l. per an. payable by Sir George Carteret and Daniell O'Neale for the farm of the duty of 5s. per ton on French ships.Ibid, pp. 178–9.
Same for 345l. 18s. 0d. to Sir Philip Musgrave for the charges of the garrison of Carlisle from the time of their entering His Majesty's service [on] Feb. 15 last [to March 23 last]: as certified by Sir Thomas Clarges, Commissary General of the Musters: and dormant warrant for 269l. 0s. 0d. per month from said March 23 last for the pay of the said garrison according to the establishment: same to be payable conditionally upon production of certificates from Sir Thomas Clarges or his deputy of the number of the soldiers being according to the establishment.Ibid, pp. 179–80.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to Christopher Smith and Nicholas Rake to seize divers parcels of prohibited goods lately brought from beyond the seas.Ibid, IX. p. 28.
Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to discharge a seizure of 4 cwt. of decayed rhubarb imported to London in Dec., 1658, by John Bramston, and re-exported and again re-imported by reason of bad markets both here and beyond seas.Ibid.
June 29Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to discharge a seizure of the ship, "The France," of Stockholm, laden at Stockholm with iron and wire on account of Henry Slater, merchant, et al.. and seized under the Navigation Act.Early Entry Book IX p. 29.
Same from same to same to make an allowance to John Baptista Destito, a poor stranger, of one third the duty on decayed tobacco entered in the port of London in the name of Richard Pendarvis on said Destito's account.Ibid, pp. 30–1.
Same from same to same to discharge a seizure of threadbone lace brought over in the packet boat by James Thompson.Ibid, p. 31.