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'Entry Book: July 1668', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 2: 1667-1668 (1905), pp. 587-603. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80257 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
July 1Sir G. Downing to Mr. Warcup. in Durham Yard, concerning the letting to lease the collection of the Sixpenny Writs.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 205.
The Treasury Lords to the Attorney General to consider the proposition from Mr. Thomas Howard, of Suffolk, for vacating the grant to Viscount Mordaunt, et al., of the 12d. per chaldron on sea coals in regard the King has been deceived in said grant.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 116.
Signature by the Treasury Lords of orders registered on the Country Excise to Sir Ste. Fox, viz. for 1,476l. 13s. 0d. for Tynemouth, Taunton, Windsor, York and Yarmouth garrisons: 607l. 12s. 0d. for same of Gravesend blockhouse. Landguard fort, Sheerness and Scarborough: 3,054l. 6s. 8d. for same of Pendennis and Plymouth: 411l. 12s. 0d. for same of Chepstow, Dartmouth Dover and Deale: 804l. 13s. 0d. for same of Windsor, York and Yarmouth: 601l. 13s. 0d. for same of Sheerness, Scarborough and Southwark: 730l. 16s. 0d. for same of Tynemouth, Taunton and Upnor: 1,220l. 9s. 0d. for same of Gravesend, Hull and Harwich: 1,480l. 10s. 0d. for same of Berwick, Carlisle and Chepstow: 813l. 6s. 8d. for same of Jersey and Guernsey: 1,150l. 16s. 0d. for same of Landguart Point, St. Mawes and Portsmouth: 277l. 4s. 0d. for same of Dartmouth, Dover and Deal.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 53.
July 1Signature by the Treasury Lords of orders for 60l., 120l., 260l. 260l. and 96l. to Sir Thomas Bond as reward for loans of 3,000l., 3,000l., 13,000l., 13,000l. and 2,400l. to the King: 20l. to Edward Falconberge, one of the Under-Chamberlains of the Exchequer: 75l. to Lady Williams for rent of her house: 37l. 10s. 0d to Charles Gifford on his annuity: 2,000l. to Sir Ste. Fox for special and secret service: 275l. to the Masters in Chancery for salary: 150l. to Dame Barbara Villiers on her annuity: 20l. to John Lowe, one of the Under-Chamberlains of the Exchequer: 633l. 3s. 0d. to Sir Stephen Fox for the garrisons of Upnor, Southwark, St. Mawes Castle and Harwich: 404l. 12s. 0d. to same for Carlisle garrison: 941l. 10s. 0d. to same for Berwick garrison: 979l. 13s. 0d. to same for Portsmouth garrison: 811l. 6s. 0d. to same for Hull garrison.Treasury Order Book XXXV. pp. 151–2.
Money warrant for 26l. 11s. 6d. to Anthony Seager for incidents for the Treasury Chamber.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 32.
Same, dormant, for 40l. per an. to James Hyde. Dr. in Phisick, as Reader in Phisick in the University of Oxford.Ibid, p. 33.
Money warrant for 530l. to Isaac le Gouse for a jewel bought by the King.Ibid.
Same for 25l. to Ann Kidderminster out of the goods of Moses Drayne, who killed her husband.Ibid, p. 34.
Entry of the reference to Sir C. Harbord of Sir Edm. Wyndham's paper of discovered lands desired by him.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 127.
The Treasury Lords to the Solicitor General concerning the royal warrant of Feb. 17 last for renewing a former grant made to the Earl of Castlehaven of two third parts of all money charged, levied and received during the late usurpation in Oxford. Berks, Wilts, Southants and Somerset not accompted for: with express reservations of arrears of Excise least this grant should disagree with the former grant of arrears of Excise to Prince Rupert.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 54.
Treasury constitution of Richard Gwynn as Receiver of Aids, &c., for co. Pembroke, loco Walter Vaughan. deceased.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 110.
Money warrant for 125l. to Mary, relict of William Quaterman, late one of the King's physicians.Ibid, XX. p. 103
July 2Entry of the reference to the Surveyor General of Woods of the petition of Richard Lightfoot, Keeper of Bushey Park, concerning the repair of the rails of said Park.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 128
[?]Treasury warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to Col. Roger Whitley, Serjeant to the King, of certain discovered encroachments on the waste of Flynt Wood in the Lordship of Englesfield, co. Flint.Ibid, pp. 129–33, 137.
Prefixing:—Royal warrant for same of date 1668, May 16, and particulars and ratal of the premises and entry of demise.
July 2Sir G. Downing to Sir Thomas Denham concerning Sir John Prettyman's business.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 207.
The Treasury Lords to the Auditor, &c., of the Receipt to change a tally struck upon William Kirkby, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Lancs.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVI. p. 93.
Same to the Commissioners of the Aids, &c., for Stratton Hundred in Cornwall, concerning the arrears standing out on same. Request them to hold a meeting and levy same otherwise the matter will be represented to the King in Council.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 109.
The like to the Commissioners for eight other Hundreds of Cornwall, detailed.Ibid.
Money warrant for 50l. per an. each to Elianor Wythers and Joane Halsnoth for aiding the King's escape from the battle of Worcester.Ibid, XVIII. p. 35.
Same for 10l. to Francis Sandford, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant, on of his fee of 20l. per an.Ibid, p. 36.
Warrant for changing from the Poll money to the Hearth money, Sir Dennis Gawden's 12,000l. orders for the victualling.Ibid, XX. pp. 104–5.
July 3Treasury warrant to the Customs Farmers to deliver to the Conde de Molina, Ambassador from the King of Spain, three tuns. &c., of wine Custom free.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 116.
Same to the Farmers of the 12d. per chaldron on sea coals for 4,000 chaldron of coals per an. duty free for the poor of London.Ibid, p. 119.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the case of Capt. John Staplehill and Capt. Florence Sullivan.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 55.
Money warrant for 60l. to John Brewster on his fee of 40l. per an. as Comptroller of the Pipe.Ibid, p. XVIII. p. 36.
Same for 1660l. to Sir William Waller, farmer of the Prizage of wines, by way of tallies of assignment in discharge of so much of the present arrear and future rent of said farm.Ibid, p. 37.
Warrant to the late Commissioners of Excise to pay 40l. to Thomas Gaywood and John Wood, two clerks heretofore employed under them.Ibid, XXIV. p. 5.
Money warrant for 365l. to Arthur Hewett, Surveyor of His Majesty's stables at Reading for repairs there.Ibid, XX. p. 105.
Same for 702l. to James East, His Majesty's watchmaker: for making and mending of clocks.Ibid, p. 106.
Same for 100l. 7s. 6d. to William Houlker, one of the Serjeants-at-Arms for one year's fees.Ibid.
Same for 222l. 13s. 4d. to Peter Massonet, who heretofore attended the King and the Duke of York in the quality of sub-tutor, writing master and teacher of the French tongue: for one year on his pension.Ibid, p. 107.
Same for 60l. to Henry Progers in full of 200l. for re-building his house in the Mews.Ibid.
Same for 100l. 7s. 6d. for one year to John Barecroft, a Sergeant-at-Arms.Ibid, p. 109.
July 3Money warrant for 91l. 10s. 0d. to Percivall Stanny, the King's letter carrier, for half a year to Lady Day last.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXII. p. 119.
July 6The Treasury Lords to the Mayor, &c., of Lyme port concerning the fees taken by Mr. [John] Ellesdon, searcher of said port, for pack, packet and fardle, which fees are complained of by Sir John Strode, Mr. Henley and some merchants of said town. By Treasury warrant of Nov. 18 last Ellesdon was directed to take such fees as were allowed by Order of Council in 1624 until it should be made appear what fees were taken in the like cases in 4 James I. Ellesdon has produced a table of such fees as were taken in London port in 4 James I, "withal he having further made out that although the fees of the port of Lyme have not been particularly settled by Parliament since 1660 as some others have been, yet that where the fees are settled for the port of London and signed by Sir Edward Turner, Speaker of the House of Commons, that before the rules for the guiding the paying of fees are these words:—Rules that may serve for the ports in general: and in the table of fees for the searcher of London is set down how much a fardle or trusse, and how much a bale or case should contain in weight [viz.], three hundred the fardle and trusse and under that weight the bale and case." Require this therefore to be a rule to them—especially as there is no dispute between Ellesdon and the merchants of Poole and Weymouth.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 117.
Treasury warrant to Auditor _ _, to make an allowance in the account of the Farmers of the 12d. per chaldron of sea coals not transported, of all duty on coals for the poor of London.Ibid, p. 118.
The Treasury Lords to the Lord Privy Seal to give despatch to the warrant for transferring several payments from the Custom House to the Exchequer, to be there paid out of the moneys arising by the Customs revenue. "which being only matter of form and not touching the material parts of the grants of the person concerned their payments being out of the same revenue, but the consequence being considerable unto the more orderly governing of his Majesty's revenue."Ibid.
Signature by the Treasury Lords of 85 orders for Sir Henry Wood for in all 15,000l. for the Queen mother: of 20 orders for in all 10,000l. to John Harvy, Treasurer and Receiver General of the Queen Consort on the 40,000l. per an. as by the letters patent of 1663, Aug. 7.Treasury Order Book XXXV. pp. 154–8.
Entry of the reference to the Attorney General of the petition of Col. Robert Philips, of the Bedchamber, about an escheated estate of William Quarles in co. Leicester.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 134.
Entry of the declaration of account of Sir George Carteret and the executors of Daniel O'Neile of the duty of 5s. per ton on French Shipping.Ibid. XXXIII. p. 68; Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 120.
Money warrant for 500l. to Peter Lely to replace an assignation of March 27 last for that sum.Ibid Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXIV. p. 4.
Same for 337l. 6s. 6½d. to Richard Hodgkinson, stationer, in part of 674l. 13s. 1d. for paper and other necessaries furnished for the use of the House of Commons from 1661, Aug. 6 to 1664, March 16.Ibid, XX. p. 108.
Same for 20,000l. to W. Legg for the OrdnanceIbid, p. 109.
July 6Money warrant for 350l. to Philip Packer, Paymaster of the Works, for repair of the great defects in the bridges on the river leading from Hounslow Heath to Hampton Court.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XX. p. 110.
July 7Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long to endorse all the orders on the Chimney money as he did those upon the Additional Aid [viz.] expressing after how much each order is to be paid.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 213.
Same to Alderman Backwell concerning the warrant for repaying his loan of 4.000l. to the Exchequer.Ibid.
Same to Mr. Harbord to draft a commission out of Chancery for the choosing of verderers for Dean Forest: and concerning the draft instructions as to abuses in said forest: and as to the names of the Commissioners for the seven manors of the Duchy.Ibid, p. 214.
Same to Andrew Newport concerning the petition of Mr. Rumbold's children.Ibid.
Same to Mr. Hastings concerning the 120l. issued on his account against Alderman Backwell.Ibid, p. 215.
Treasury warrant for the payment of the fees, &c.. of the Office of Alienations for 1668, Easter Term.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XLI. p. 1.
Entry of an indenture of a deputation from the Treasury Lords to Sir Geo. Courthop. Sir Edmond Turnor and Alexander Halsall consitituting them deputies to the said Treasury Lords as Commissioners for the Alienation Office: said office having been granted in lease to the Treasury Lords by letters patent of June 4 last.Ibid, pp. 2–3.
Constitution by the Treasury Lords as Farmers of the Alienation office, of Edward Nicholas as Receiver of said office: in as ample manner as Sir Arthur Alye, Sir John Suckling, Henry Tweedy, Thomas Bond or any other heretofore: with the salary of 100l. per an.Ibid.
Same to Nath. Crew, of Gray's Inn, one of the Masters in Chancery, to be a deput for taking oaths in the Alienation Office.Ibid, p. 5.
Same to Samuel Rhodes, of Lincoln's Inn, as officer [in the Alienation Office] for endorsing all writs of covenant and writs of entry concerning lands or tenements holden or not holden, as amply, &c., as John Legg. Edward Carvile, or William Bartholomew or any other.Ibid.
Same to Henry Clack, of the Inner Temple, as office for entering all writs of covenant, &c., as amply, &c., as Robert Westcomb, Cyprian Mosse or any other.Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Attorney General for a grant to John Harper of the office of a King's waiter in Bristol port on the surrender of Miles Lavington.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 120.
Warrant for registering on the Hearth money the 52l. 6s. 8d. remaining unpaid to Andrew Lawrence, Surveyor of the King's highways of the 142l. 6s. 8d. for making and repairing several gates, bridges, locks, &c., in the King's highways.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XX p. 108.
July 8Privy seal for the assignment of 2,000l. to Lawrence Hyde for the service of the robes.Ibid, XV. p. 137.
[?]Sign manual for one year on the pay of 7s. a day to Colonel Sir Charles Wheeler as Lieut. Col. of the regiment of Guards.Ibid, p. 138.
July 8Warrant for a tally of discharge for 820l. to Penningston Whally, Receiver of Hearth money for Kesteven and Holland, co. Lincoln, he having [by mistake] paid same direct into the Chamber of London.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XX. pp. 110–1.
Same for dividing a tally for 3,476l. of William Broxholm and Anthony Gilby in order to rectify their accounts as late Receivers of Hearth money for parts of Lindsey, co. Holland.Ibid, p. 111.
Privy seal for 4,000l. to Sir Edward Turner as royal bountyIbid, XV. p. 192.
The Treasury Lords to the Justices of Assize for co. Worcester. The Customs Farmers have represented that notwithstanding the Acts of Parliament against planting tobacco and the King's proclamation and the many orders of the Privy Council therein there are this year far greater quantities of tobacco planted in co. Worcester, and the authority, &c., contemned by open hostilities, to the great discouragement of trade, destruction of His Majesty's Plantations and lessening of the revenue of Customs: therefore require them to call on the Sheriff and Justices of the County to make a return in accordance with the order of the Privy Council of Aug. 14 last of what they have done to repress the unruly herein; and also to give it in charge to the Grand Jury to present all such offenders.Treasury Outletters Customs I. pp. 121–2.
The like to the Judges of Assize for Yorkshire and Essex respectively.Ibid, p. 122.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to deliver the Customs books in his hands to Auditor Beale in order to the making up the accounts of the late Customs Farmers.Ibid.
Order charged upon the Farmers of imported liquors for 500l. to Peter Lely in repayment of loan with interest.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 153.
Signature by the Treasury Lords of orders for 10,000l. for the Lieutenant of the Ordnance: 26l. 11s. 6d. to Anthony Seager for disbursements for the Treasury Chamber: 570l. to Isaac le Goose, His Majesty's jeweller, for a jewel bought of him: 25l to Ann Kidderminster for the discovery of the murder[er] of her late husband: of 17 orders for in all 13,500l. to Samuel Pepys for Tangier: for 30l. to the Duke of Albemarle for wages of the underkeepers of St. James's Park: 30l. for the Pages of the Bedchamber.Ibid, XXXV. pp. 153, 158–60.
Same of orders on the Hearth money for 40l. to Edward Coleman. one of the King's music: 200l. to Thomas Rosse as annuity: 30l. to Nowell Warner's executors: 150l. to John Sayers, master cook to the King: 10l. to Sir Henry Herbert: 80l. to William Hynton: 50l. to Mary, relict of Toby Whittaker: 46l. 10s. 10d. to John Singleton as one of the King's music: 46l. 10s. 10d. to John Gumble as same: 40l to the administrator of Thomas Woodall, chirurgeon: 40l. to Edw. Martin, page of the presence to the late King: 46l. 10s. 10d. to John Mason as one of the King's music: 40l. to the executor of Edward Strong: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Elizabeth, relict of Thomas Mell: 40l. to Anthony Robart, one of the King's music: 20l. to James Farr, organ maker: 190l. to Elizabeth and Abigail, daughters of David Mell 66l. 2s. 6d. to William Clayton as one of the King's music: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Theophilus Fitz as same: 40l. to John Goodgroome as same: 110l. to John Banister as same: 40l. to John Clement as same: 40l. to John Lilly as same: 20l. to Richard Dorney as same: 91l. 5s. 0d. to Thomas Duppa as a Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter: 20l. to Elizabeth, relict of Henry Purcell, of the King's music: 40l. to Solomon Bucberry, administrator of Angelo Notary of the King's music: 182l. 10s. 0d. to Thomas Duppa for board wages: 40l. and 46l. 12s. 8d. to Humfry Madge as of the King's music: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Robert Strong: 200l. to George Hudson: 40l. and 60l. to Capt. Cooke: 100l. to John Rogers of the King's music: 40l. 9s. 2d. for Thomas Blagrave: 40l. to Matthew Lock: 24l. to John Greene as Keeper of the Mews: 46l. 10s. 0d. to William Howes of the King's music: 12l. 13s. 4d. to Richard Welbeck, of Reading stables: 60l. to Symon Hopper of the King's music: 12l. 3s. 4d. to William Bedborough, Keeper of Hampton Court stables: 22l. 16s. 3d. to John Barwell, saddler: 50l. to Sir Gilbert Talbot, Master of the Jewel House: 60l. 2s. 6d. to Philip Beckett, one of the King's music: 40l. to Charles Coleman as same: 58l. 14s. 2d. to Robert Blagrave as same: 40l. and 48l. to Capt. Cook [as same]: 40l. to Natha. Watkins as same: 40l. to Alphonso Marsh: 54l. 15s. 0d. to William Farside and Thomas Loope, Keepers of the Armoury of the Tower: 40l. to Gregory Thorndell of the King's music: 40l. to John Harding: 20l. to Charles Coleman of the King's music; to be for strings: 18l. 5s. 0d. to James Packer, Keeper of the Armoury at Westminster: 40l. to John Baggott, Page of the presence to the late King: 46l. 19s. 2d. to John Loope, Clerk of the Armoury: 90l. to Thomas Bates of the King's music: 400l. to Sir Herbert Price on his annuity: 40l. to John Smith of the King's music: 98l. 12s. 1d. to Col. William Legg, Master of the Armoury: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Charles Evans of the King's music: 67l. 9s. 2d. to Thomas Lanier as same: 40l. to John Jenkins as same: 200l. to Lewis Grabn as same: 50l. to Col. John Russell as Keeper of Chingford Walk: 60l. and 180l. to John Rose, the King's Gardener: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Mary, relict of Steven Strong: 36l. 10s. 0d. to Francis Nicholls, Surveyor of the Ordnance: 66l. 13s. 4d. to the Duke of Albemarle, late Master of the Horse: 20l. to John Loope, Clerk of the Nichells: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Henry Hawes, one of King's music.Ibid, XXXVI. pp. 5–8.
July 8Money warrant for 15l. to Jonas Savage, for discovery of prize goods, taken by Capt. Stephen Ackerman and Capt. Tho. Harwood.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. pp. 37–8.
Warrant to the Auditor of the Receipt to make use of the undisposed fragments of the Royal Aid, to meet the 4 per cent. rewards for loans.Ibid, p. 38.
Entry of the reference to Sir C. Harbord and Sir Bernard de Goome, of Sir Edward Hungerford's petition, prefixed, proposing an exchange with the Crown for his lands near the How at Plymouth, taken in for the fortifications: the exchange to be certain fee farm rents, payable by said Hungerford to the Queen Mother, out of certain lands in Norton [?under Hamdon] and Hinton, co. Somerset.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 136.
Same of the reference to Sir R. Long and Auditor Hill of the petition, prefixed, of Francis Crane, grandchild of John Crane, Clerk of the Greencloth, concerning his title to the manor and lordship of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, and the debt of several thousand pounds due to John Crane, former Victualler of the Navy.Ibid, p. 137.
July 9The Treasury Lords to Marke Cottle, Receiver of Crown revenues for cos. Berks and Oxford; concerning several small parcels of the Crown revenue in said counties like to be lost for want of collection: and requiring him to appoint some responsible person to collect same.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 139.
The like letter to twenty-two other receivers general detailedIbid.
The Treasury Lords to the Attorney General to cause writs to issue from the Chancery for the election of Verderers and Regarders in Dean Forest.Ibid, pp. 134, 140.
Same to the King's Remembrancer for process to issue for levying the arrear of 600l. due to the King for three years to Sept. 29 last on the fee farm rent of 200l. per. an. chargeable on certain lands of the Duke of Richmond, called Sutton Marsh, co. Lincoln.Ibid, pp. 135.
Declaration of account of John Keyte, Collector of Hearth money for co. Worcester: for one and a half years to 1665, Sept. 29.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 94.
Petition from Robert Bendish, Receiver of the Poll money of Norfolk and Norwich, for an order to the Auditor to allow of several schedules lost by sending them up.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 110.
Referred:—To the King's Remembrancer.
Money warrant for 750l. to the Duke of York for one quarter for his children.Ibid, XXIV. pp. 5–6; Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 59.
July 10Sir G. Downing to Mr. Packer for four very good paper books, each of them four fingers thick at least, for the Treasury.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 218.
Money warrant for 10l. to Will Burnet for one year on his fee as one of the Secondaries of the Pipe.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 39.
Treasury warrant to John Phelips, Auditor of co. Essex, to put in charge the fee farm rent of 26l. 13s. 4d. reserved on the waste or common called Tiptree Heath, co. Essex, as in the grant thereof made by King James, 1623, May 29, to James and Robert Maxwell.Ibid, XXXVII. pp. 135–6.
Same to Sir C. Harbord to rate a particular, prefixed, of the office of bailiff of the seven Hundreds of Cookham and Bray, parcel of the possessions of the Castle and Honor of Windsor, with a view to a grant thereof to Sir Philip Palmer.Ibid, pp. 142–3.
Money warrant for 20,000l. to the Earl of Anglesey towards setting out a fleet this year, on the Wine Act.Ibid, XL. p. 12.
The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Sir John Watts, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Herts: and John Peryn, late same for co. Huntingdon.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 95.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the petition of the Countess of Dysart, as to her pension.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 57.
Money warrant for 45l. 12s. 6d. to Robert Gyde, a Serjeant-at-Arms, for one year's board wages.Ibid, XX. p. 112.
July 13Sir G. Downing to Mr. Ball for a list of tallies charged on the Country Excise.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 220.
Money warrant for 50l. to Edward Savage in full of 300l. to him under the privy seal of 1666, July 18.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 39.
July 13Treasury warrant to Auditor Anthony Parsons to audit the accounts of the Hearthmoney Farmers of cos. Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, for the half-year ended 1666, Lady Day: instead of Thomas Tudor (Auditor Hill's deputy) who was thereto appointed Jan. 29 last.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVI. p. 97.
Same to the said Farmers to attend said Auditor Parsons hereon.Ibid.
The Treasury Lords to Auditors Anthony Parsons, Philipps, Hill, Sir Joseph Seymour, Sir Edmund Sawyer, and Aldworth, to charge all receivers, &c., detaining the King's money of the taxes with 12 per cent. interest for same from 1668, July 1, as by the Act.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 58.
Report from same to the King on the accompt of the Earl of Carbery, President of Wales, for 9,312l. 19s. 4d., for the most part of which said account vouchers are wanting. There is no precedent for any account of that kind, for that, till the Court of Star Chamber as well for Wales as for England was taken away. the diet money only for the President's table (which amounted to 1,106l. 13s. 4d. per an.) was paid by the Receivers of Wales. But as to all other expenses and charges of the Council in the Marches of Wales the same were defrayed out of the Star Chamber fines in the Court of Ludlow, which now failing they are supplied out of the King's ordinary revenue, and thereby the said accounts come now into the Exchequer. "Which we lay before your Majesty for your pleasure therein principally in regard of the defect of vouchers as abovesaid, and in regard the Court of Ludlow is like for the future to be wholly maintained out of your Majesty's ordinary revenue. Therefore propose that an establishment be made and settled in the Privy Council so that same may be properly put in charge."Ibid, p. 59.
The Treasury Lords to the Earl of Newburgh, requesting him to pay the arrears of the Aids due for Bagshot Park, which he refuses under the pretence that said park is the king's, whereas said Lord received the whole profit thereof, it being long since disparked.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 111.
July 14Entry of the reference to [? the King's Remembrancer] of Sir C. Harbord's report concerning several fees and allowances demanded by Lord Hawley, as steward of the manors of Curry Mallet and Shepton Mallet, in grant to Viscount Mordaunt.Ibid, XXXVII. p. 145.
The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Sir John Revesley, late High Sheriff of co. Yorks.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 61.
Petition from Zachary Cradock, chaplain of the Society of Grays Inn, for payment of the pension of 6l. 13s. 4d., now four years in arrear.Ibid, p. 64.
Referred:—To Sir Robt. Long.
The Treasury Lords to the Commissioners of Aids for Trigg, Lesnewth and Stratton hundreds, co. Cornwall, threatening the issue of process if the arrears are not paid up.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 111.
Treasury warrant to Sergeant Stevens to arrest Daniel Smith, a collector for the Aids in Minsterworth, co. Gloucester, for 25l. 0s. 2d. in his hands.Ibid, p. 112.
July 14Treasury warrant to Thomas Townsend to assign 2,000l. to Lawrence Hyde, Master of the Robes.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXIII. p. 7.
Money warrant for the arrears on the fee of 10s. a day to John, Lord Belasyse, as Governor of Kingston-upon-Hull.Ibid, XX. p. 112.
July 15Sir G. Downing to the Earl of Bristol concerning the warrant which is lying in the Treasury for 1,000l. to him.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 223.
Same to Sir R. Long to leave a gap on the Hearth money for the board wages for the year of suspension.Ibid.
Signature of Treasury orders registered on the Customs, viz.:—for 4,000l. to Alderman Backwell for a loan: 3,000l. to Lord Arlington for secret service: 1,000l. to Sir William Temple as eqnipage as Ambassador to the States General: 1,918l. 15s. 0d. to Lord Arlington for carriage of packets and letters: 5,000l. to the Duke of Monmouth: 400l. to Thomas Thynn, as Envoy, &c., to Sweden: 5l. 12s. 0d. to the Ushers of the Exchequer on their ancient fees and rewards: 728l. for the Lord Privy Seal's diet: 275l. for the Masters in Chancery: 955l. 18s. 0d. to Sir W. Temple, Ambassador Extraordinary at Aix la Chapelle: 3,309l. 11s. 9d. to the East India Co. for moneys advanced for the King's service in Bombay: 588l. to Sir W. Temple, Ambassador to the States General: 500l. to Sir John Finch, Resident at Florence: 618l. to Sir Thomas Southwell, Envoy, &c., to Portugal: 112l. 2s. 9d. to the East India Co. for interest: 400l. to John Worden for his entertainment at Madrid: 452l. to Gabriell Sylvius, Envoy Extra-ordinary to the Elector of Brandenburg: 10,000l. to Mr. Pepys for Tangier.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. pp. 35–6.
Same of a new order in place of one lost for 500l. to George Stowell for money lent: same of orders for 50l. to Ralph Stowell to repay loan: 4l. to Dr. Symon Patrick as gratuity for procuring a loan of 100l.. 40l. to the Marquees of Dorchester for same of 1,000l.Ibid, XXXV. p. 160.
Treasury warrant to Sir C. Harbord to rate a particular of the five hundreds in Dorset in order to a lease thereof to Lord Holles.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 140.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords (on reference from the King of the 11th ult.) on the petition of Henry Robinson for a grant of certain fee farms or tenths formerly granted to Gabriell Hippesley.Ibid, p. 142.
Same to same from same on the petition of Wilkes Fitchett, one of the Yeomen of the King's woodyard: concerning his pension.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 60.
Same from same to same on the petition of Francis Toney (Tony), of Gillingham, Kent, concerning his loss sustained on the entrance of the Dutch into Gillingham. Can only represent to your Majesty the present state of your Exchequer, and how much it is overcharged.Ibid, p. 64.
The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to stay process against Jan van Haesdonck on the 500l. wrongly stated as owing to the King.Ibid, p. 62.
Same to same, &c., to issue process against all Baronets who have neither paid their fee of 1,095l. nor levied tallies for the discharge thereof.Ibid, p. 63.
July 15Treasury warrant to Dudley Rowse, Receiver of the revenues of the Honor and Castle of Windsor, to forbear any further issues except for the necessary repair of Windsor Castle.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 67.
Same to Edmond Warcup to receive the profits of the Sixpenny Writs as farmer thereof at 1,400l. per an. rent.Ibid, XXII. p. 137.
Same to the officers of the Receipt to change from the Poll to the Hearth money Thomas White's tally for 4,000l.Ibid, XX. p. 116.
July 16Sir G. Downing to Mr. Morice concerning the dates fixed for letting to farm the Customs and Excise of Ireland.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 225.
Same to Sir W. Temple. Alderman Backwell will furnish you with money for your journey to Aix la Chapelle.Ibid.
Money warrant for 43l 6s. 8d. to Anthony Seager for one year, as Keeper of the Treasury Chamber.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 40.
Same for 100l. to Major John ScottIbid.
Warrant to Sir Ste. Fox to pay 127l. 15s. 0d. to Sir Charles Wheeler, as Lieut. Col. of the King's Regiment of Guards, for one year to 1666–7. March 17.Ibid, p. 41.
Petition from Mr. [William] Ellesdon concerning his bond with his brother [John] Ellesdon, Collector of Lyme port, and concerning the insolvency of one Rowe.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 122.
Referred:—to the Customs Farmers.
Treasury warrant to Mrs. Osey (widow of Humphrey Osey, Collector of the collection rents due to the King in cos. Hunts, Wilts and Gloucester) to deliver to Simon Smith, Receiver General of Crown revenues for said counties, all books and papers concerning the said collection.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 138.
The Treasury Lords to the sheriff of co. Monmouth, pressing him to an effectual execution of the process against William Harris, late Receiver of Hearth money, co. Devon, and his sureties, Walter and Thomas Pritchard.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 98.
Declaration of account of John Perryn, Receiver of Hearth money for co. Huntingdon, for 1½ years to 1665, Sept. 29.Ibid, p. 100.
Report to the King from the Treasury Lords on the business of the late expedition of Thomas Warren to Morroco, Sallee and other parts of South Barbary; 5,000l. having been agreed on the King's behalf to be paid to him if he should in his said expedition at his own proper costs and charges conclude a peace with the King of Morocco, the Governor of Santa Cruz, the people of Sallee or one or any of them according to such articles as were given him in your Majesty's instructions in that behalf: and a further 500l. having been likewise covenanted on the King's behalf to be paid to said Warren for presents to be made upon conclusion of the peace. If your Majesty be satisfied in the said Warren's performance of his articles a privy seal may be granted for said sums. But in regard the Customs stand charged with a debt of near 400,000l., for the payment of which one moiety of the Customs is set apart while the other moiety is assigned to the Navy and other charges, therefore the advise that the above sums of 5,000l. and 500l. be removed from the Customs and charged on the Hearth money. As for Warren's demand for moneys laid out for redemption of captives your Majesty is not obliged to reimburse same; he having no power to do the same. But he may be granted a royal brief to collect money for his reimbursement as it was a work of charity.Ibid. XXXIII. pp. 61–2.
July 16Treasury warrant to [the King's Remembrancer] to respite (in the account of Sir Robert Vynor and Sir Joseph Sheldon, late Sheriffs of London) till next term the sum of 120l. returned in the Exchequer upon Edward Backwell, Esq., for not accompting for sums imprested to him for the service of Dunkirk.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 63.
Warrant to the Excise Commissioners to pay 100l. to Thomas Streete, who was employed as his deputy by Elias Ashmole, Comptroller of Excise, to set on foot his control on the King's behalf in the counties of Middlesex and Surrey.Ibid, XXIV. p. 11.
Money warrant for 527l. 6s. 1d. to the Paymaster of the Works, for repairing the roof and buildings called Sir John Denham's buildings, in Scotland Yard, which the King in the late fire had commanded to be uncovered and defaced for preventing the further spreading thereof.Ibid, XX. p. 113.
Same for 631l. 15s. 2d. to Gervase Price for disbursements for the King's private armoury.Ibid, p. 114.
Same for 255l. to Mlle. Jane Le Gard, now wife of De Silvius, in part of arrears on her annuity as dresser to the Queen Consort.Ibid, p. 115.
Same for 304l. 3s. 4d. to the Cofferer for Jeremy Gohory, Groom of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Consort, for 5 years on his board wages.Ibid, p. 117.
July 17Royal warrant for 955l. 18s. 0d. to Sir W. Temple for his extraordinaries at Aix la Chapelle.Ibid. XV. p. 139
Same for allowances of 3l. a day to Sir Thomas Higgins, and 30s. a day to Thomas St George, appointed to carry the Garter to the Prince of Saxe.Ibid.
Same for 188l. to Sir Thomas Killegrew for a picture which the King received from him.Ibid.
Same for 1,500l. to the Duke of Buckingham, Master of the Horse, as imprest for the provision of horses.Ibid. p. 146.
July 20Sir G. Downing to Deputy Auditor Tudor, concerning Francis Crane's petition.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. 227.
Same to Sir Ste. Fox to move the Duke of Monmouth to pay his arrear of poll money. The like letter to Mr. Hayes to move Prince Rupert for the same.Ibid, p. 238.
Money warrant for 200l. to William Ivy for arrears on surrender of his patent as a falconer.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. pp. 41–2.
Same for 10l. to Jane Lanier, widowIbid. p. 42.
Same for 3 months advance of ordinary to Thomas Thynne as envoy, &c., to Sweden.Ibid.
Same for 182l. to Sir William Swan for 6 months to June 24 last as Resident at Hamburg.Ibid. p. 43.
Signature by the Treasury Lords of orders on the Hearth money for 1,000l. to the Duke of Albemarle as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber: 250l. to Elizabeth Lawson for pension: 250l. to Ann Lawson for same: 1,000l. to the Earl of Lauderdale as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber: 100l. to Lord Arlington as a Secretary of State: 200l. and 50l. to Sir Richard Browne for one and a quarter year's fee as a Clerk of the Council: 80l. to Nicholas Oudart as Latin Secretary: 121l. 6s. 8d. to Sir Charles Cotterell as Master of the Ceremonies: 25l. to Katherine Boynton as pension: 200l. and 50l. to Sir John Nicholas for a year and a quarter's fee as a Clerk of the Council: 45l. 12s. 6d. to George Ravenscroft for fee as Keeper of the Council Chamber: 200l. and 50l. to Sir Edward Walker as a Clerk of the Council: 200l. and 50l. to Sir Robert Southwell as same: 500l. to William Prynn for a year's fee as Keeper of Records in the Tower: 160l. to Joseph Williamson, Keeper of State Papers: 30l. to John Warner as Master of the King's barges: 240l. to Sir Godfrey Lloyd as one of the King's engineers: 54l. 15s. 0d. to Richard Marsh, Keeper of the Ordnance: 66l. 13s. 4d. to Col. W. Legg, Lieut. of the Ordnance: 73l. and 100l. to Thomas Loope, engineer attending the Master of the Ordnance: 12l. 3s. 4d. to Sir Dennis Gawden for his clerk: 50l. to same on his fee.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 3–5.
July 20Treasury warrant to the Tellers of the Receipt attending the Office of Exchanges to pay 140l. to Thomas Browne for a half year's salary as Solicitor of Aids for cos. Hants, Oxford, Berks and Bucks.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXIV. p. 112.
The Treasury Lords to the Commissioners of the Aids for Newcastle concerning the arrear thereon.Ibid, p. 113
July 21Sir G. Downing to Mr. Clutterbuck concerning the persons who are in arrear with their Poll money.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 230.
Treasury warrant to the Chamberlains, &c., of the Exchequer to permit Deputy Auditor Chislett to search the iters and other records relating to the forests of Sherwood (Notts), Inglewood (Cumberland) and Ledbury Chace (co. Hereford), wherein the King has a title which is of late by some persons controverted.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 145.
The Treasury Lords to the Duke of Norfolk concerning his unpaid Poll money.Ibid, XXXIV. pp. 113–4.
The like to thirty other peers detailed and ten peeressesIbid, p. 114.
Money warrant for 38l. 15s. 6d. to the Treasurer of the Chamber to be paid to Thomas Hore, one of the Falconers.Ibid, XX. pp. 120, 121.
July 22Sir G. Downing to Auditor Beale concerning the Earl of Carbery's account.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 231.
Money warrant for 20l. to William Charleton as royal bounty for apprehending James Singleton, accused of high treason.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 43.
Same for 141l to Raphaell Folliard, one of the King's barbers, for one year to June 24th on his allowance for provision of linen and lace.Ibid, p. 44
Same for 91l. to Thomas Lisle, one of the King's barbers, for same on same for provision of linen.Ibid, p. 45.
Order registered on the farm of unwrought wood for 800l. to Thomas Howard, for his quitting his lease of the site of Newark Castle.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 103.
The Treasury Lords to the King's Remembrancer to quicken process against William Spencer, Receiver-General of Crown revenues for cos. Lancaster, Cumberland and Westmorland for his arrear of 313l. 18s. 6d.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 144.
July 22The Treasury Lords to Mr. Wadlow to furnish the Earl of Anglesey with 10,000l. and 10,000l. on the Wine Act.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XL. p. 13.
Treasury warrant to Richard Gregory to discharge from custody Samuel Terry deputy to John Peryn, late receiver of Hearth-money for co. Lincoln: and John Brocke and William Janet, deputies to Nicolas Moseley, late same for Cheshire.Ibid, XXXVI. pp. 99–100.
The Treasury Lords to Francis Stevens, Serjeant-at-Arms, to arrest such sheriffs or under sheriffs as below.Ibid, XXXIII. pp. 65–6.
Appending:—A certificate of the names of such sheriffs and other accomptants as were behind in their accompts in the Exchequer Court after the general seal day of Trinity term, anno 20, Car. II.
Treasury warrant to Thomas Townsend to assign 644l. 19s. 7d. to Francis Manby in part of 1,289l. 19s. 2d. for an aurora coloured bed and furniture sold by him and partners.Ibid, XXIII. pp. 6–7, 8.
Same to William Herbord to take up 300l. on loan for repairs of the Great Park of Richmond.Ibid, pp. 7–8.
Money warrant for 180l. to William Dugdale, Norroy King-at-Arms, for his encouragement, he at the present time employing himself in some public and acceptable service to the King and nobility of the Kingdom in some collections of his now preparing for the press.Ibid, XX. p. 118.
Same for 233l. 6s. 8d. to the Earl of Oxford as Justice itinerant this side Trent.Ibid, p. 119.
[?]Same for 882l. 13s. 9d. in part of 1,009l. 13s. 4d. to William Barker, Surveyor of the King's stables.Ibid, pp. 119–20.
July 22Same for 20l. for one year's fee to Henry Bone, late Keeper of the King's Deer in St. John's Wood, who died in January, 1665–6.Ibid, XX. p. 128.
July 23Sir G. Downing to Mr. Trout, Receiver of Kent to pay in all moneys in his hands.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 233.
Same to the King's officers of London and the out ports for an account of the profits of the Customs in each port during the late farm thereof to Michaelmas last.Ibid.
Same to the Postmaster's Deputy in the Post Office, London, to take special care for the safe delivery of a packet of letters sent herewith, being letters to noblemen concerning the Poll money.Ibid, p. 234.
Warrant for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir William Morice, of Warrington, co. Devon.Treasury Miscellanea Warrant Early XVIII, p. 45.
Money warrant for 100l. to Roger Charnock for such service as "wee have already or shall hereafter direct."Ibid, p. 46.
Same for 400l. to Philip Packer, Paymaster of the Works, for repair of the Galleries and other parts of his Majesty's Court at Whitehall.Ibid, p. 47.
Petition from Halbert Paine concerning a seizure of some hollands and silks, &c., at Chester.Treasury Outletters Customs I. p. 123.
Referred:—To Col. Birch, &c.
The Treasury Lords to Secretary Morice, Havenour of the ports of the Stanneries, to call his deputies to account for the profits of said office.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXIII. p. 67.
July 24Privy seal for 955l. 18s. 0d. to Sir W. Temple, for his extraordinaries as Ambassador Extraordinary to Aix la Chapelle, to assist towards making up the late happy peace between France and Spain. (Warrant 7 Aug.)Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XV. p. 155.
Sir G. Downing to the seven Auditors of the Revenue. detailed. and the Auditors of Imprests. concerning their attendance at the Treasury with their states of accounts.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. pp. 236–7.
Same to Sir R. Long to fill up the blanks in an order for 200l. to the Duke of York.Ibid, p. 240.
Treasury warrant to Thomas Townesend to assign 1,500l. for the use of the Wardrobe.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXIII. p. 9.
Same for changing a tally for 300l. paid in by Nicholas Mosely, late Receiver of Hearth money, co. Chester.Ibid, XX. p. 126.
Money warrant for 195l. 11s. 9d. to the Treasurer of the Chamber to be paid to Chidiock Pawlet and Richard Champion, Keepers of the Privy Gallery in Whitehall, for the quarterly bills from 1665.Ibid, pp. 122, 123.
July 25Sir G. Downing to Sir R. Long to hasten the business of the tin farmers in Cornwall.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 242.
Money warrant for 1,500l. to the Duke of Buckingham for provision of horses.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 44.
July 27Same for 414l. odd to Sir William Temple for extras, &c., as Resident at Brussels.Ibid, p. 46.
Same for 200l. to George, Earl of Bristol in part of 1,000l. under the privy seal of 1661, Sept. 28.Ibid, p. 47.
Signature of Treasury orders on the Hearth money for 100l. to Roger Charnock (cancelled): 200l. to the Duke of York: 800l. to the Cofferer for the Queen's equerries in lieu of diets: 60l. to John Mason of the King's music: 46l 10s. 10d. to Thomas Fynell, administrator of Henry Bassanor as same: 702l. to James East, watchmaker, for making and mending clocks and watches: 46l. 10s. 10d. to Hanah, daughter and executrix of Clement Lanier.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. pp. 8–9.
The Treasury Lords to the Attorney General to move for a judgment in the Exchequer Court on the case whether Lord Hatton's taking a lease of the manor of Little Weldon from the late King for 31 years will not work by way of estoppel against the grant of the inheritance thereof made by Queen Elizabeth to Sir Christopher Hatton.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XXXVII. p. 146.
Treasury warrant to Thomas Townesend to pay to Charles Pickarne, one of the King's falconers, 88l. 8s. 9d. on his livery of 13l. 13s. 9d. per an. for 5 years in arrear.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 68.
Same to the King's Remembrancer to issue out process against Receivers of taxes who have not passed their accounts.Ibid, p. 69; XXXIV. p. 115.
Warrant to Thomas Townsend to assign 366l. 11s. 6d. to Francis Points in repayment of loan.Ibid, XXIII. p. 9.
Warrant for transferring from the Poll to the Hearth money Thomas Beckford's order for 3,000l. for clothes issued to mariners.Ibid, XX. p. 125.
July 28Privy seal for 250l. each to the four late Excise Commissioners.Ibid, XV. pp. 182–4.
July 28Warrant for a privy seal for removing payments from the Customs to the Exchequer.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XV. p. 146.
Order charged on the Receivers of Crown revenues for 2,000l. to Lord Arlington for secret service.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 125.
Copy of the order of the King in Council on the petition of the officers of Lord Wentworth's regiment of Guards concerning the misuse of his trust by Richard Bulstrode, who was empowered by commission to solicit and receive the moneys due to them.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XX. pp. 136–7.
July 29Money warrant for 250l. 18s. 9d. to Thomas Duppa, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter, for board wages from 1665.Ibid, p. 123.
Same for 54l. 15s. 0d. to the Treasurer of the Chamber to be paid to Charles Pickarne, a falconer, on his salary of 36l. 10s. 0d. per an.Ibid, pp. 123–4, 124.
Same for 308l 19s. 0d. to William Stanhope, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter to the Queen Consort, on his board wages of 5s. a day.Ibid, pp. 125–6.
Same for 36l. 9s. 2d. for one year of several fees to Daniel Dieve for several offices in the Tower of London.Ibid, p. 127.
Warrant for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095l. due from Sir William Langhorne.Ibid, XVIII. p. 68.
Sir G. Downing to Sir C. Harbord to consult with the Auditor, &c., of the Duchy of Cornwall concerning the accounts of the the Feodary and Escheators of said Duchy; that an account of said office may be had from the Restoration.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I p. 244.
Money warrant for 15l. to Clement Spelman on his termly fees, detailed.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 47.
Same for 44l. 15s. 8d. to Thomas Killegrew out of the estate of David Powell, late sheriff of Montgomery.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 116
July 30Sir G. Downing to the Customs Farmers concerning the stopping the goods of the Venetian Ambassador.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 246.
The Treasury Lords to the Receipt to give Sir W. Temple credit for 1,000l. for his equipage as Ambassador to the Hague, as the haste of his departure requires that the money should be issued before the privy seal can be passed.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 48.
Money warrant for 150l. to Thomas Elliot, a Groom of the Bedchamber, in further part of his arrears.Ibid.
Order registered on the coal farm for 200l. to Viscount Mordaunt and the rest of the farmers thereof.Treasury Order Book XXXVI. p. 147.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to permit Philip Marsh on behalf of the Vintners' Company to have a place in the Custom House, London, to take an account daily of all wines, brandies and strong waters imported, &c.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XL. pp. 13–14.
The Treasury Lords to the Lord Keeper for a commission to Commissioners, detailed, for Bristol for the Wine Act.Ibid, p. 14.
Sir G. Downing to Deputy Auditor Chislet forwarding the account of Robert Hill, late Receiver of Hearth money for co. Cambridge for 1½ years to 1665, Sept. 29.Ibid, XXXVI. p. 101.
July 30Money warrant for 20l. to Margaret Dorney, mother of Richard Dorney, one of the King's violins, as part of 25l. due to him for 1¼ years.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XX. p. 127.
Same for 109l. 10s. 0d. to Wilkes Fitchett, one of the Yeomen of the Woodyard, on his pension of of 1s. 6d. a day.Ibid, p. 128.
July 31Warrant for a privy seal for 5,500l. to Thomas Warren of London, for concluding a Peace with the King of Morocco.Ibid, XV. p. 146.
Royal warrant for 250l. per an. to Mr. Rumbold's childrenIbid, p. 147.
Same for Mr. Ellisdon to have the benefit of his bonds as surety for his brother, the collector of Lyme.Ibid.
Sir G. Downing to Sir T. Strickland to pay in his arrears of rent on his farm of the duty of a halfpenny per gallon on imported salt: as the Earl of Carlisle has a warrant for 500l. thereon.Treasury Outletters Miscellaneous I. p. 246.
Same to John Hooper, customer, and John Avery, comptroller of Barnstaple port, to let them know that the late Farm of the Customs which ended at Michaelmas last was for five years.Ibid, p. 248.
Same to the Auditors of the Revenue and of Imprests severally concerning process against Receivers who are behind.Ibid, p. 249.
Money warrant for 100l. to the King's footmen to enable them to procure at interest the 1,000l. lately warranted to them for wages, same not being procurable without paying great interest.Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVIII. p. 49.
Same for 80l. to the Earl of Warwick on his creation moneyIbid.
Same for 20,000l. to the Earl of Anglesey: on the Wine Act.Ibid, XL. p. 15.
Declaration of account of Richard Lord Vaughan, Earl of Carbery, President of the Council of Wales, for the repair of and keeping a house at Ludlow Castle.Ibid, XXXIII. p. 71.
Money warrant for 400l. to Peter Lely on his pension of 200l. per an. from 1661, June 24, on which nothing has yet been paid: the said pension having been founded upon said Lely's quitting a considerable debt due to him from the King.Ibid, XX. p. 143.
Same for 275l. to Anne Slaughter, widow, on her pension of 100l. per an.Ibid, p. 144.