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Miscellaneous, 1670-3

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'Entry Book: Miscellaneous, 1670-3', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 4: 1672-1675 (1909), pp. 182-183. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80474 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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Miscellaneous, 1673

Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference.
1670. Dec. 23 Privy seal for 2,000l. to Mary Courtney as royal bounty King's Warrant Book III. p. 329.
1672. Dec. 17 Same to increase from 2l. to 3l. a day the ordinary to Sir William Swan as Resident with the Hanse Towns : to date from Michaelmas 1672. Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 396.
Dec. 19 Privy seal to the Treasury to direct the Trustees of the late Queen Mother to deliver up to Sir Thomas Orby, late Usher of the Privy Chamber to said late Queen Mother, the bonds given by him for the balance of the fine of 4,500l. on a lease granted 1671, May 6, to him by her of the manor of Crowland : of which fine he paid only 2,250l. : all in view of the fact that the said Queen declared she would forgive him the said debt and bond, but died before she gave warrant therefor. King's Warrant Book III. pp. 345-6.
1673. April 22 Declaration of accompt, 1671, Sept. 30 to 1672, Nov. 25, of Mr. Mountney as Receiver General of the Customs. (Charge : subsidy and additional duty 208,045l. 15s. 6 11/24d., new duty and imposition on wines and vinegar 70,153l. 7s. 10¾d., total charge 278,199l. 3s. 5½d. ; Discharge : payment and allowances 278,192l. 18s. 10d.) Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 400.
April 30 Privy seal (incomplete) for the arrears due to the Council of Foreign Plantations. King's Warrant Book III. p. 306.
May 15 Report to the King from Treasurer Clifford on the petition of Sir William Kerr (as by the order of reference of April 9), who prays a remission and confirmation of a grant from James I. of certain debateable lands lying between England and Scotland. The said lands called Wester Stalford alias Whitefield and Halden Rigg, co. Northumberland, were granted by King James 1606-7, 2 Jan., to Sir George Ramsey and Thomas Lumsden and their heirs for ever. On inquisition they were found to contain 1,200 acres valued at 49l. per an. It further appears that there was a patent of grant of the premises passed under the Great Seal of Scotland, in June 1660, to said Sir William Kerr : by which the said lands in part or in all seem to lie within the kingdom of Scotland ; and thereof seisin was delivered unto him pursuant to the said patent as belonging to him by grant derived from said Ramsey and Lumsden. A new grant may reasonably be passed as desired : with the reserved rent of 6s. 8d. per an., and with covenants for endeavouring the recovering of said lands within the next 10 years. Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 442.
May 31 Treasurer Clifford to the Northumberland Commissioners of Assessment for the last poll concerning their neglect in not assessing some part of the county nor causing same to be levied and paid to the Receiver General in other parts of the county where it was assessed and collected, and in not transmitting to the Exchequer the duplicate of such assessments whereby the certain charge on the county might be known. For several years past letters have been written to you on this. Out of respect I give you this further instruction to see the arrears in the hands of any collector paid to Henry Brabant, Receiver General thereof, and to forthwith transmit the duplicates for the whole county to the King's Remembrancer's office. Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 424.
June 14 Treasurer Clifford's warrant to Lord Hawley et al., Trustees for sale of Fee Farm Rents, to contract with Major Nicholas Bayly for rents in reversion to the value of 262l. 8s. 5d. per an. ut supra p. 148, as in lieu of several grants made to him by the King (thereby intending him the sum of 2,000l. for his faithful services), but which have proved ineffectual. Ibid, p. 430.