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'Entry Book: February 1663', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1: 1660-1667 (1904), pp. 497-505. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80076 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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February 1663

Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
Feb. 3Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pay the tally struck upon them by Sir Evan Lloyd, Governor of the garrison of Chester, for 240l. 2s. 0d., dated the 31st ult., and such other tallies as shall be struck upon them for that garrison, as the same will require a speedy and constant payment, being for His Majesty's special service.Ibid, p. 91.
Treasurer Southampton to Sir Thomas Player (Receiver of the 200,000l. intended to be lent to the King by the City of London on the security of the 1,260,000l. granted) to pay to the Earl of Sandwich 550l. to be disbursed for presents for the two Russian Ambassadors.Ibid, p. 102.
Same to Sir Robert Long to strike a tally on said Player for abovesaid sum.Ibid, p. 103.
Feb. 4Money warrant for 107l. 10s. 0d. to Sir Charles Cotterell for the dispatch of those of the Russian Ambassadors that are now to depart homewards, whereby His Majesty will be freed of a considerable charge. To wait for a formal warrant or Privy Seal may increase the expense. "Cause the entry thereof in your books soe to be made as they may all agree and may suit with that more formall warrant upon some Privy Seale which you are to expect." (Royal warrant, dated 1662–3, March 14, with signification from Treasurer Southampton, to the Clerk of the Signet to prepare a Privy Seal for this amount, "which is to be expended for the dismission of those Russian Ambassadors and their attendants and followers which are immediately to depart homewards out of our kingdom.")Ibid, pp. 92, 147.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley to Thomas Warner, Sergeant at Arms, to arrest John Symboll, of Battersea, brewer, and Nicholas Hatcher, of Croydon, Surrey, brewer, for very much abusing the Excise Officers.Ibid, XI. p. 213.
Treasurer Southampton's warrant for the following certificate to be entered with the Farmers of the Customs and for Alderman Backwell's bond to be delivered [up] thereupon.Ibid, IV. pp. 92–3.
Prefixing:—Certificate from the Office of the Receipt in the Mint in the Tower that there has been brought into the Mint within the Tower of London and entered there in the name of Edward Backwell, Esq., from the 13th of May, 1662, in standard gold bullion 196 pound weight, 3 oz., 7 dwt., 9 grains, which makes in money by tale according to His Majesties proclamacon 8,584l. 0s. 2d., and likewise to the same of the same from 1662, June 10 to January 16 following, in standard silver bullion 10,548 1b. weight, which makes in money by tale 32,698l. 16s.
Feb. 5Money warrant for 500l. to Thomas Eliot, Master of His Majesty's Harriers: to be paid out of the arrears of the 70,000l. granted for the month of Oct. 1660.Early Entry Book IV. p. 93.
Same for 783l. 10s. 8d. to the Earl of St. Albans, Governor of Jersey, for three months for the garrison there to the 1st inst.Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pay to Earl Rivers 55l. per 2 ¾ years to Xmas last on his creation money of 20l. per an. to the dignity of Earl and dormant warrant for same in future.Ibid, p.94.
Same from same to Sir Robert Croke, Clerk of the Pipe, to allow to the sheriff of Chester 2 ¾ years' Earl Rivers on his creation money to the dignity of Viscount Savage: and to allow same in future.Ibid, p. 95.
Money warrant for 10l. to Veronica Platt, reliot of Capt. Richard Platt, as royal bounty: her husband having been slain in the late King's service.Ibid, p.96.
Same for 265l. 9s. 4d. and 492l. 12s. 0d. for the Lieutenants of the Tower's two bills for wages and for keeping prisoners for Xmas quarter last.Ibid, p. 65.
Feb. 6Same for 490l. to Sir John Shaw and Edward Backwell, late Paymasters of the forces in Flanders, for 14 days' pay to Nov. 14 last, of Lord Taaffe's regiment; as by the Privy Seal of the 17th ult.Ibid, p. 98.
Feb. 7Fiat by Treasurer Southampton for letters patent to constitute Edward Chamberlin Comptroller of Yarmouth port.Ibid, X. p. 170.
Warrant from same to the Receipt to levy and strike tallies on such seizures only as have been made before Sept. 29 last, up to the sum of 1,500l. for Sir William Howard and Sir Cecil Howard: as by the Privy Seal of Jan. 16 last.Ibid, IV. p. 106.
Money warrant, dormant, for the fee of 6d. a day to David Powell from 1660, Xmas, as His Majesty's fletcher: as by letters patent of 1637, Nov. 18.Ibid, p. 97.
Money warrant for payment to Henry Layton of the arrears from 1660, June 24, to 1661, June 24, of the pension of 100l. per an. to his late father Francis Layton, granted by letters patent of 1620, April 13.Ibid.
Feb. 9Same for 3,109l. 19s. 9 ½d. to Hugh May, Paymaster of the Works, for reparation of His Majesty's houses and buildings.Ibid, p. 102.
Treasurer Southampton's order to Sir Robert Long for payment out of the fire hearth moneys (after the assignments already made and ordered upon that revenue be first satisfied) to Alderman Backwell of the following two sums, viz., 9,781l. 15s. 9d., being allowance at the rate of 5l. 10s. 0d. for 100l. agreed by the King to be made to said Backwell, Sir Thomas Vyner and Alderman Meynell on all moneys which they should at their own charge cause to be recoined upon the decrying and suppressing of the late usurper's coin, the cost of which recoinage the King has been pleased to take on himself; the said sum being computed upon the whole sum of 177,850l. 14s. 6d, certified to have been delivered into the Mint by said Edward Backwell between 1661, Dec. 8 and 1662, August 19: and also the sum of 2,553l. 1s. 4d., certified by Auditor Phillipps as due to said Backwell for consideration of the forbearance of several sums of money advanced by him for His Majesty's services: and further, the sum of 2,404l. 5s. 8d. to said Backwell for consideration for forbearance of money lent to the King and for charges and expenses in and about several services for His Majesty, without accompt.Ibid, pp. 99–100.
(In margin:—This 2,404l. 5s. 8d. assigned upon the farm of Excise of London).
Feb. 10Money warrant, dormant, for 120l. per an. pension to Mary Boynton, as by letters patent of Novr. 7 last.Early Entry Book IV. p. 99.
Feb. 11Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to permit Sir Francis Hamilton, one of the Privy Council in Ireland, to ship for Ireland a parcel of plate valued at 300l.Ibid, X. p. 171.
Same from same to same for discharge of a seizure of five bags of noiles (nyles) [wool] brought by Richard Lewin from Canterbury to Faversham with a view to being shipped to London, but seized at Faversham.Ibid.
Prefixing:—Note of said Lewin's petition, and report thereon of the 29th ult. from the Customs Farmers.
Same from same to same for the like of eight small barrels of cloves and four barrels of nutmegs belonging to Samuel Thompson, merchant.Ibid, p. 172.
Prefixing:—Note of said Thompson's petition and the Customs Farmers' report thereon of the 7th inst.
Money warrant for 300l. to Sir Charles Berkeley, Lieut. Govr. of Portsmouth garrison, for the reparation of the several decays in the works and fortifications there.Ibid, IV. p. 100.
Same for 5,000l. to same as Keeper of the Privy Purse to be by him issued out for His Majesty's service according to His Majesty's particular directions without account.Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to cause tallies to be levied for 99l. 3s. 4d. upon Thomas Sheppard, collector or receiver of public moneys arising out of sequestered estates and treasurer or receiver of taxes or monthly assessments in the rape of Bramber, co. Sussex under the late usurpers, and for 8l. 14s. 9d. on George Lilburne of the county of Durham, being public moneys remaining in his hands.Ibid, p. 101.
Same from same to same for a tally for 158l. 4s. 8d. to be levied on John Leech. being moneys remaining in his hands deposited by order of the late Commissioners for sequestrations at Haberdashers' Hall. (Warrant amended the 16th inst.)Ibid, pp. 101–2.
Same from same to the Excise Commissioners to make forth commissions to the Sub-Commissioners or other persons that shall have to compound for the levying and recovering the arrears of Excise standing out on the accounts from 1660, Dec. 25, to 1662, Sept. 28: all in accordance with the Privy Seal of the 9th inst. requiring all Sub-Commissioners and collectors of Excise, &c., to appear and give an accompt of such arrears and to treat and compound for same.Ibid, IX. pp 213–4.
Feb. 12Money warrant for 20l. to Mrs. Jennings, relict of Major William Jennings, as royal bounty for services, &c.Early Entry Book IV. p. 103.
Feb. 13Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs officers of Dover, Gravesend or elsewhere. to observe a royal warrant of the 29th ult. to permit Marquis Durazzo, Ambassador of Genoa, to transport six horses.Ibid, X. p. 154.
Feb. 14Same from same to the Customs Farmers to permit an entry of French wines imported in the "Old Tobias" by Arnold Beake, Jo. Forster and others, merchants in London, on payment of English custom according to the book of rates, aliens' duty being demanded because the master of the ship is a stranger.Ibid, pp. 175–6.
Prefixing:—Note of petition from said Beake et al., and report thereon of the 12th inst. from the Customs Farmers.
Feb. 16Same from same to same to permit Peter Harvy to transport for Ireland 400 oz. of plate.Ibid, p. 173.
Money warrant (in the absence of a particular or general Privy Seal) for 300l. to John Trevor (Treavour), whom His Majesty has commanded immediately to repair into France upon His Majesty's affairs.Ibid, p. 104.
Money warrant for three months on the allowance of 20s. a day to Sir William Swan, one of the Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber, whom His Majesty has appointed Resident at Hamburg with the said allowance from Lady Day last.Ibid, p. 105.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to Sir William Waller, Farmer of the Butlerage of Wines, to pay to the Provost and Scholars of St. Mary and St. Nicholas (commonly called King's College, Cambridge) 20l. for two years on the grant of 10l. per an. in lieu of the duty on two tuns of Gascony wine, as granted by letters patent of Henry VI.: and to continue same in future.Ibid.
Same from same to the Receipt to pay by tally 500l. to Sir Charles Cotterell, Master of the Ceremonies, upon the orders signed for 320l. to same for a ring by him sold and delivered to the Marquis le Strade [D'Estrades] for His Majesty's service, and on other orders for certain fees and wages due tosaid Cotterell.Ibid, p. 107.
Followed by:— The like warrant [to Sir Thomas Player] to pay said 500l. to said Cotterell out of the 200,000l. loan from the city.
[?]Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton on the petition of William Richardson and Ellinor his wife (on reference from the King of Nov. 5 last) for payment of their bills and salaries as steward and matron of the late hospitals of the Savoy and Ely House. Conceives His Majesty not liable to the payment of these moneys, the most part thereof being laid out before the King's happy return.Ibid, pp. 110–1.
Prefixing:—(1) Abstract of said petition. (2) Report thereon from the Duke of Albemarle. By royal warrant of 1660. June 30, William Richardson was appointed Steward of the Hospital of the Savoy with the salary of 100l., and his wife Ellinor was appointed matron with the salary of 50l. per an., payable out
of the Exchequer. There is due on these wages 37l. 10s. 0d. for one quarter from 1660, Sept. 29. There is also due to William Richardson for provisions and necessaries furnished for the use of said hospital from 1660, April 17, till the charge of said hospital ceased in December, 1660, the sum of 152l. 2s. 5d., and to the said matron for washing for the hospital from 1660, Sept. 3, the sum of 36l. 9s. 0d.
[?Feb.16]Report to the King from Treasurer Southampton on the petition of Charles Greene (on reference from the King of Nov. 13 last), who was conductor and plumber to the train of artillery to the late King from Edgehill to the surrender of Oxford, and who prays payment of 260l. for train, musquet and pistol shot made at his own cost. Advises a grant of 100l. to petitioner.Early Entry Book IV. p. 111.
Feb. 16Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for a tally on Sir Thomas Player for (and warrant to said Player to pay) 600l. to the Earl of Sandwich for provisions and other services in His Majesty's Great Wardrobe, which are not yet paid off: same to be out of the 200,000l. loan intended to be made to the King by the city.Ibid, p. 116.
Treasurer Southampton and Lord Ashley to the Auditors of Imprests to make up and certify the interest due on the following sums which Sir George Carteret, Treasurer of the Navy, procured to be advanced by the persons named, for the service of the Navy, viz.:—Ibid, p. 104.
£
Alderman Meynell57,230
More of him15,000
Alderman Backwell79,677
Mr. John Colvill14,000
Mr. Richary Young700
Sir Thomas Plyer [Player]13,000
The East India Company10,800
Sir Thomas Allyn6,500
Sir John Laurence1,250
Sir John Cutler1,250
Sir Thomas Foote1,250
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to draw orders henceforth from time to time upon such of the particular special letters patents and Privy Seals, for assigning 10,000l. per month to be paid for the Ordnance, as are not already paid off (there being only 60,000l. as yet paid on the 180,000l. for 18 months for the Ordnance as above, leaving 120,000l. still to be paid), and to cause the remainder of the said 10,000l. per month to be issued upon the said orders until the said letters patents and Privy Seals be fully discharged "and that from henceforth you draw orders for soe much of the said assignment of 10,000l. per mensem as shall then remaine unissued upon the said Privy Seal of the 20th of November last."Ibid, pp. 108–9.
Feb. 17Same from same to the Customs Farmers to pay two tallies of 5,000l. each to the Queen Mother, being drawn on them as Customs Commissioners 1662, May 7, "which cannot be passed upon your accounts as farmers without warrant."Ibid, p. 113.
Same from same to same to pay a tally of 760l. 10s. 0d. struck upon them as Commissioners 1662, Sept. 15, to Capt. Robert Holmes, Governor and Commander of the New Fort of Sandown in the Isle of Wight for pay of the garrison thereof, 1660, Oct. 22 to 1662, Aug. 30.Ibid, pp. 113–4.
Feb. 18Money warrant for 50l. to Faith Wiltshire, relict of John Wiltshire, as royal bounty.Early Entry Book IV p. 112.
Same for 1,200l. to Denzil Lord Holles on his ordinary as ambassador to the French King, as by the Privy Seal of May 31, ordering him 3,000l. for equipage and 400l. per month as ordinary from 1662, April 29.Ibid.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Commissioners to discharge a seizure of certain goods, detailed, belonging to Paull Seavenhowsen, a stranger, which were seized in his habitation at Westminster.Ibid, X. pp. 174–5.
Prefixing:—Note of said Seavenhowsen's petition and report thereon from the Customs Farmers.
Same from same to same to discharge the seizure of the ship "Stockholme," lately arrived with pitch and tar, and owned by Jacome Nemya.Ibid, p. 175.
Prefixing:—As above.
Same from same to same to pursue the former warrant addressed to them as Customs Commissioners for payment of the Earl of Leicester's creation money.Ibid, p. 176.
Feb. 19Money warrant for the arrears from 1660, June 24, of the annuity or pension of 1,000l. a year to Mountjoy Earl of Newport, one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber: and dormant warrant for the continuation of said annuity in future.Ibid, IV. p. 114.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to cause tallies of assignment to be levied in the Exchequer for 250l. payable to Sir William Courtnay (Courtney), being to be levied on the undersheriff of Kent, the said sum having been levied on the goods of Sir Michael Levesey by Michael Knight, undersheriff of Kent, on pretence of a debt duefrom said Levesey to William Thornton, which moneys remaining in said undersheriff's hands are forfeited to the King by the treason of said Levesey.Ibid, p. 115.
Feb. 20Separate reports, respectively to the King and to the Lord Treasurer, from the Auditors of Imprests on Mr. Fox's account of interest demanded by him for the moneys by him or by his means advanced before the assignments which were made to him for his payments [as Paymaster of the Guards, &c.] could be received. Fox's demand of 1,086l. 15s. 11d. for said interest is very fit to be allowed, it being but the bare interest for the money advanced before Mr. Fox could receive same, "whereunto it is necessary in respect of gratuities and other charges by him given to allow 2l. per cent. more which is less than wee give in other cases: which amount to 362l. 5s. 4d." Also concerning the clothing items for the Foot Guards.Ibid, pp. 135–7.
Feb. 21Money warrant, dormant, for 2s. a day to John Batchelor for keeping setting dogs for His Majesty from 1660, Nov. 20, as by letters patent of 1661, March 28.Ibid, p. 115.
Same for 2,000l. per an. as annuity to Lord Windsor, as by the letters patent of 1661, August 2, appointing him Governor of Jamaica: the 2,000l. already paid hereon by the Privy Seal of 1661, Dec. 22, being to be accounted as one year there on; and the 500l. which is now to be paid into the Receipt by the daughters of the late Earl of Monmouth is to be paid to said Lord Windsor as a further quarter on same. (Warrant altered March 6 and March 17 following, the balance of arrears due being charged on the fire hearths.)Ibid, pp. 117, 156–7, 133.
Feb. 21Privy Seal for payment of the 800l. per an. to Sir Allen Apsley, Master and Surveyor of the Hawks, as ordered by the letters patent of 1660, Aug. 9, to be payable henceforward out of the receipts of the Receiver of Crown Revenues of co. Lincoln: same being granted on the petition of said Apsley, "although wee are resolved that noe payments shalbe henceforth made other then at our Exchequer, which is the propper place for issuing of payments of this nature."Early Entry Book IV. pp. 118–9.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt for a tally to be levied at the Receipt purporting the payment of 200l. by Viscount Andover, voluntarily subscribed by him upon the late Act for a Free and Voluntary Present: the said Viscount being willing in return for the remission of the said sum to give up an acknowledgment by the late King, dated Oxford, 1648, Dec. 28, of a debt of 500l. to said Viscount.Ibid, p. 119.
Same from same to the Customs Farmers to continue the payment of the Earl of Sunderland's creation money.Ibid, XIV. p. 186.
Feb. 23Money warrant, dormant, for the fee or pension of 13l. 6s. 8d. and 24s. per an. for a livery to Thomas Phillipps for the place or office of distiller of odoriferous herbs and waters: as by letters patent of Jan. 15 last.Ibid, IV. p. 121.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to cast up the amount due to Sir Richard Browne, one of the clerks of the Privy Council, on the pay of 40s. a day allowed him for his employment by the late King as Resident with the French King, defaulting therefrom the sum of 3,600l. received by him on that account, and to draw orders for the balance due: further to strike tallies for 3,896l. in part of the said balance in consideration of a like sum to be paid by said Browne into the Exchequer in consideration of a lease to be granted him of lands in West Broomfield, in the parish of Deptford, Kent.Ibid, pp. 121–2.
Feb. 24Constitution by Treasurer Southampton to John Chaplaine empowering him to execute the place to which he has been appointed by the Company of English Merchants for the discovery of New Trades, viz., as their officer for the levying of fines and seizing in any port of England, Wales or Berwick on-Tweed of ships and goods forfeited in accordance with the privileges granted to the said Company by Philip and Mary, viz., that none of the King's subjects outside their Company should trade to any ports and places granted unto and within the said Company's privileges without the express licence and consent of said Company on pain of forfeiture and loss of their ships and goods.Ibid, X. pp. 178–9.
Appending:—Note of reference to the Attorney General of the above warrant to be granted to the said Muscovia Company: and the said Attorney General's report thereon certifying that the sole trade in the places in question is granted to the Muscovia Company, the enjoying whereof, for which the Lord Treasurer's warrant is desired, is agreeable to several former precedents.
Warrant from same to the Customs Farmers to discharge a seizure of some butter belonging to Thomas George and several poor mariners.Ibid, p. 179.
Prefixing:—Note of petition from said George, and report thereon from the Customs Farmers.
Feb. 24Money warrant for 1,000l. to Viscount Dillon out of such moneys as shall be paid into the Receipt by Bevis Lloyd, Receiver of Crown Revenues in Monmouth and South Wales: being one year's pay on the annuity granted said Viscount in consideration of a surrender made by him of the Presidentship of Connaught, the Constableship of Athlone Castle, the General-ship of the county and town of Galway.Early Entry Book IV p. 120.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pursue the warrant of 1662, June 21, supra p. 401, for the various fees to Symon Smyth as otterhunt or Master of the otter hounds.Ibid, III. p. 331.
Feb. 27Same from same to the Receipt for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from James Clavering, of Axwell, co. Durham.Ibid, IV. p. 125.
Same from same to same to cancel a tally for 200l. struck by mistake upon Sir George Benyon and others Commissioners of the Excise as so much money by them paid into the Receipt, and to strike same on said Benyon as Receiver General of Crown revenues of Northampton and Rutland for the year ended Sept. 29 last.Ibid, pp. 227–8.
Fiat by Treasurer Southampton for the royal letters patent to constitute William Ellesdon and Charles, his son, searcher of Poole port, loco Henry Edwards, surrendered.Ibid, X. p. 181.
Money warrant for 8,090l. to Sir George Carteret, Treasurer of the Navy, on the following Privy Seals, viz.: 1661, June 20 for 2,431l. for extraordinaries for the Fleet designed for the foreign parts; 1662, July 19, for 500l. to buy sea coal for the garrison of Tangier, and 1,200l. for the freight of three merchant ships to carry said coal; 7 Nov. last for 3,400l. for the transportation of 1,700 tons of goods for the garrison of Tangier; 10 Dec. last for 560l. to be expended for the service of Tangier, viz., 400l. for building a bridge and crane there, and 160l. for three boats and one pinnace.Ibid, IV. p. 143.
Same for 5,500l. to same in part of 250,666l. 13s. 4d., as by the Privy Seal of 1661–2, Jan. 31, for victuals for 8,000 men for eight months.Ibid, p. 144.
[?]Entry of a letter signed by the Council to the sheriffs of the counties concerning the fire hearth money. "His Majesty on the 25th of February last being present in Councell and considering both the abuses (as is generally supposed) in the returns made of the number of fire hearths and of the slow and remiss collecting and returning of the money due thereupon by the said act, and being informed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, then present, of the letters that had already bin wrotte to the sheriffs ... by the Lord Treasurer and himselfe and yet how little advantage or advance of this service had followed the same, being much displeased thereat," requires instant examination as to the behaviour of the petty Constables in collecting the said tax due Sept. 29 last; and if need be the levying of same instantly by means of distress, and that all speed be made with the collecting of the next half-year's tax due Lady Day next, and that especial vigilance be taken against false and short returns and against improper exemptions.Ibid, pp. 125–6.
Feb. 28Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pay a tally struck on them by Lord Hatton for 944l. 10s. 8d., ut supra, p. 494, under date 1662–3. Jan. 23.Ibid, p. 124.
Feb. 28Money warrant for 200l. 13s. 4d. to George Hosier, Lieut. of Shrewsbury Castle, for four months' pay of the garrison of said castle to the 8th inst.Early Entry Book IV. p. 124.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Receipt to levy, from time to time, tallies on the farmers of the duty on logwood for the annuity or pension of 250l. per an. granted to Richard Brett by letters patent of 1662, July 25.Ibid, p. 128.
Same from same to same for tallies of assignment to be levied from time to time (on the rent of 21,500l. per an., payable by Henry Bishop of Henfield, co. Sussex, for the farm of the Post Office) for the sum of 462l. 10s. 0d. per quarter, payable to Sir Henry Bennet, one of the Principal Secretaries of State, from the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle last: as by the Privy Seal of the 12th inst. (Warrant cancelled and re-entered: the date being altered to 'from Michaelmas last.')Ibid, pp. 129, 197.
Money warrant for 66l. 13s. 4d. each to Thomas Lee, Henry St. George and Thomas St. George for 2 ½ years each to Michaelmas last on their fees as respectively Chester Herald, Richmond Herald and Somerset Herald.Ibid, p. 130.
Same, dormant, for the fee of 18d. a day to James Rogers for his office of Keeper and Overseer of His Majesty's game, &c., in the manor of Richmond and other places adjoining: as by the letters patent of 1660–1, Jan. 12.Ibid, p. 131.
Same for the several fees, detailed, amounting in all to 26l. 13s. 4d. per an. to George Lord de Berkeley for the office of Keeper of Nonsuch House, the garden, walks and Little Park: as by the letters patent of the Queen Mother of 1660, Dec. 5, ratified by letters patent of the King of 1660, Dec. 11.Ibid, p. 132.
Money warrant for 74l. 13s. 1d. to same for hay for the deer in Nonsuch Park, &c.Ibid, p. 133.
Same, dormant, for the annuity of 100l. to Sir Thomas Beverley for his office of one of the Masters of Requests, as by letters patent of August 25 last granting same to him by the name of Thomas Beverley, Esq.Ibid, p. 134.
[?]Circular letter from Treasurer Southampton to be sent to the delinquent collectors of the assessment of 70,000l. for Oct., 1660, requiring them to pay in their balances under threat of arrest.Ibid, p. 135.