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'Entry Book: February 1695, 11-15', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10: 1693-1696 (1935), pp. 906-923. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82162 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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February 1695, 11–15

Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference.
Feb. 11. Treasury warrant to the Auditor of the Receipt to transfer to the Register of the third 4s. Aid [7–8 Wm. III, c. 5] the following loans to a total of 622,096l. 13s. 0d., being several loans as follows to a total of 592,096l. 13s. 0d. lent by the several persons named on credit of the Exchequer in general between 1694, Nov. 13, and the date hereof; 15,000l. lent by Thomas Brown 1694, Sept. 15, on credit of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise, and a further 15,000l. lent by him thereon in 1694, Oct. 5: all which sums have been applied for the service of the war against France save the remainder thereof, viz. 26,718l. 11s. 6d., which is now in cash in the Exchequer and which is to be also used and applied for the service of the said war and to no other use or purpose whatsoever: the said application being as follows, viz.: l. s. d. Money Book XII, pp. 433–47.
to the Treasurer of the Navy for the Navy and. Victualling 138,405 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for land and sea service 43,000 0 0
to the Earl of Ranelagh for the Forces in his service of pay 401,723 13 11
to Charles Fox and Lord Coningsby for transportations and other services 12,249 7 7
595,378 1 6
remainder in the Exchequer 26,718 11 6
£622,096 13 0
And at the respective times of making the said loans, to the said total of 622,096l. 13s. 0d., it was consented and intended that the lenders should be repaid out of such Aid as should be given to his Majesty by a tax upon lands and other things: therefore it is hereby ordered that orders for repayment on the Act newly passed for the third Aid of 4s. per £ be so drawn in course according to the dates [as below] of the respective tallies of loan and without any other preference. The 6 per cent. interest due before this transfer is hereby to be satisfied out of any of his Majesty's treasure in the Exchequer unappropriated to particular uses by any Act of Parliament.
Prefixing: list of said loans: l. s. d.
Charles Duncombe, 15,000l. and 15,000l. 30,000 0 0
1694, Nov. 14—
John Knight 3,000 0 0
1694, Nov. 15—
Cha. Villiers 1,400 0 0
William Villiers 500 0 0
Cha. Churchill 1,000 0 0
Eliz. Peacock 200 0 0
Francis Dupratt 500 0 0
Mary Howell 2,000 0 0
Charles Huchinson 1,000 0 0
Francis Raylton 700 0 0
Thomas Payne 800 0 0
1694, Nov. 16—
Anne Hargrave 400 0 0
John Powell 70 0 0
William Windham 800 0 0
Robt. Humphry, 6,000l. and 3,000l. 9,000 0 0
Countess of Northampton 500 0 0
Jane Sands 300 0 0
Geo. Burrand 400 0 0
Eliz Sparke 200 0 0
William Perris 700 0 0
Gilbt. Spencer 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 17—
Mary Allen 100 0 0
John Mathew, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
William Carter 1,000 0 0
John Gore 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Biscoe 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Dorney 300 0 0
Thomas Raylton, 500l. & 500l. 1,000 0 0
Roger Hudson 1,500 0 0
Vincent Alsop 100 0 0
Edward Proger 1,000 0 0
Hen. Shabell 100 0 0
Thomas Jekyll 200 0 0
1694, Nov. 19—
Samuel Hullier 500 0 0
Robt. Wintour 1,100 0 0
Mathew Banks 1,000 0 0
Gabriell Jones 100 0 0
Hen. Shesbell 200 0 0
1694, Nov. 20—
Roger Hudson 1,200 0 0
George Tollet 450 0 0
Dicke Bolton, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l 3,000 0 0
Peter Persode 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 21—
Cha. Huchinson 100 0 0
Lady Lethicullier, 2,000l. and 600l. 2,600 0 0
Rebecca Mercer 400 0 0
Timothy Bagniouz 200 0 0
1694, Nov. 22—
Mathew Banks 1,050 0 0
Thomas Catesby, 500l., 500l. and 800l 1,800 0 0
Hen. Pagett 300 0 0
Kath. Hyde 100 0 0
Thomas Rudge 500 0 0
Christopher Jeffreson 500 0 0
Edward Maning 250 0 0
William Whitmore 600 0 0
Peter Walker 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 23—
Geo. Wahup 700 0 0
Jo[h]n Jenner 1,000 0 0
Lady Stowell 5,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Duncombe 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 24—
William Windham 500 0 0
Thomas Swallow 200 0 0
1694, Nov. 26—
Brook Bridges 700 0 0
Peter Salmon 100 0 0
Christopher Towers 500 0 0
Bartholomew Fillingham 3,700 0 0
Sir John Pye, 9,400l., and 9,200l. 18,600 0 0
William Leach 2,000 0 0
Kath. Lloyd 200 0 0
1694, Nov. 27—
Hugh Squire 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Rogers, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l. 3,000 0 0
Mary Suter 50 0 0
Ann Eden 700 0 0
Edward Waldo 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 28—
Robt. Butler 200 0 0
Moses Grandeau 100 0 0
Jos. Tomlins 140 0 0
Ann Price 500 0 0
1694, Nov. 29—
Bartho. Canter 100 0 0
William Whitmore 300 0 0
James Sanderson 200 0 0
Robt. Lane 200 0 0
William Tindall 200 0 0
Francis Moleward, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
Edward Price 400 0 0
1694, Dec. 1—
Ann Eden 100 0 0
Daniell Chadwick 200 0 0
Earl of Macclesfield 2,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Draper, 500l., 300l. and 200l. 1,000 0 0
Edward Cartwright 200 0 0
Math. Crober 400 0 0
Thos. Franklyn 400 0 0
Samuell Fuller 1,000 0 0
Robert Lane 200 0 0
1694, Dec. 3—
Hugh Squire 700 0 0
Company [of] Clothiers 900 0 0
Jo[h]n Rogers, 1,000l. and 1,000l. 2,000 0 0
Samuell Burch 100 0 0
Jo[h]n Burford 1,000 0 0
Margrett Carr 200 0 0
1694, Dec. 4—
Thos. Browne 1,500 0 0
Eliz. Lloyd 100 0 0
Sarah Dod 100 0 0
Amand Howart 100 0 0
Rodia Snow 150 0 0
Cha. Chetwin 500 0 0
Sir Erasmus Phillips 300 0 0
1694, Dec. 5—
Jo[h]n Richards, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l. 3,000 0 0
Samuell Hotchkis 100 0 0
Edward Tyson 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Gore 250 0 0
Thos. Gardner 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Jacob 700 0 0
Eliz. Carfox 600 0 0
Edwd. Ravenhill 250 0 0
1694, Dec. 6—
Richd. Nicolls 1,000 0 0
Eliz. Farr 33 2 6
Eliz. Smith 129 8 0
Jo[h]n Phillips 200 0 0
1694, Dec. 7—
Lady Mary Ash 1,500 0 0
1694, Dec. 8—
Jo[h]n Lugg 5,000 0 0
William Bridjitt 100 0 0
Fra. Rawlins 200 0 0
1694, Dec. 10—
Jo[h]n Crayle 150 0 0
Benj. Jefferys 500 0 0
1694, Dec. 11—
Abraham Dolins, 500l., 500l., 500l., 500l., 500l. and 500l. 3,000 0 0
Fran. Moll (ward), 600l., 600l. and 100l. 1,300 0 0
Richard Butler 600 0 0
Benj. Boltby 200 0 0
Sir Christopher Wrenn 1,700 0 0
Sir Edward Clarke, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
Joas Bateman 1,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
James Collet 500 0 0
Thomas Robinson 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 2,300l. 5,300 0 0
1694, Dec. 12—
Walter Davis 50 0 0
Hugh Boscowen 300 0 0
Lady Jane Lethiculier, 1,000l. and 800l. 1,800 0 0
Geo. London 600 0 0
Thos. Papillon 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Millicent 400 0 0
Sara Letten 700 0 0
Susanna Letten 600 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 2,000l. 4,000 0 0
Daniell Hays 1,000 0 0
1694, Dec. 14—
Isaac Nimes Arias 900 0 0
Sir Samuell Eyres 1,000 0 0
Paul Larrivere 100 0 0
Frederick Tilney 2,000 0 0
James Chaplin 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 1,700l. 3,700 0 0
Jo[h]n Tufnall 2,000 0 0
Abra. Dolins, 500l., 500l., 500l. and 500l. 2,000 0 0
Cha. Rampane 200 0 0
Joyce Plumptree 100 0 0
Judith Bee 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Draper 500 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Banks, 5,000l. and 5,000l. 10,000 0 0
Eliz. Waller 100 0 0
Octavia Waller 200 0 0
Thomas Rayton 500 0 0
William Gibbons 550 0 0
Lady Ann Cole 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Potenger 600 0 0
William Mead 500 0 0
Robert Streeter 2,100 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,300l., 2,500l. and 2,000l. 7,800 0 0
Thomas Guy 500 0 0
Walwin Gascoigne 3,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,100 0 0
1694, Dec. 17—
Edward Waple, clerk 500 0 0
Eliz. Angell 400 0 0
Jo[h]n Torplett 400 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 1,400l. 3,400 0 0
Jo[h]n Harris, 500l. and 700l. 1,200 0 0
Thomas Guy 500 0 0
Thomas Ewers, 1,000l. and 1,000l. 2,000 0 0
Jos. Wright, 2,100l. and 2,100l. 4,200 0 0
Roger Hudson, 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., and 1,000l. 12,000 0 0
Sir Francis Child 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n East 500 0 0
William Ireland, 1,000l., 1,000l. 1,000l. and 500l. 3,500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 2,300l. 4,300 0 0
Sir Robert Jefferys 1,000 0 0
1694, Dec. 19—
Jo[h]n Angell 300 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Cope 1,000 0 0
Peter Lemar 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Banks 400 0 0
William Norris 1,000 0 0
Robert Bodlington 1,000 0 0
Anne Guise 650 0 0
Kath. Lucas 450 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Pelham 600 0 0
Christian Lyle 100 0 0
Eliz. Lysle 100 0 0
1694, Dec. 20—
Rob. Fool 400 0 0
Jos. Wright 600 0 0
Fisher Littleton 1,000 0 0
Anne Constantino 100 0 0
James Cook 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Fisher 200 0 0
Jane Gore 450 0 0
Jo[h]n Edwards 3,000 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Bowyer 500 0 0
Fra. Lee, 500l., 500l., 500l. and 500l. 2,000 0 0
Gibbons Bagnall 500 0 0
Jos. Marlow 200 0 0
Jeron Churchy 200 0 0
Mary Best 100 0 0
William Fisher 100 0 0
Anne Guise 300 0 0
William Bache 1,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 1,000l. 3,000 0 0
Thomas Wright 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Hayes 350 0 0
1694, Dec. 22—
Jo[h]n Knight 3,500 0 0
Jane Gore 1,250 0 0
James Herriot, 200l., 500l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l 5,700 0 0
Ro. Humphrys 1,000 0 0
Peter Laroch 200 0 0
Robert Bodington 1,000 0 0
Sir Michaell Hicks 3,000 0 0
Agneta Baxter 100 0 0
Jo[h]n Gilbert 1,000 0 0
Robt. Humphrys 1,000 0 0
Hump. South 1,000 0 0
Thomas Shade 600 0 0
William Perris 200 0 0
Edward Price 400l. and 100l. 500 0 0
Thomas Coleby 250 0 0
Jo[h]n Wright, 100l., 200l., 300l. and 400l 1,000 0 0
Thomas Bearcroft 300 0 0
Thomas Coleby 250 0 0
1694, Dec. 24—
Eliz. Emmett 1,000 0 0
William Wygon [? Wygin] 200 0 0
William Carter 100 0 0
Robert Butler 200 0 0
Peter Laroche 200 0 0
Cha. Watkins 3,130 0 0
Math. Banks 340 0 0
Hen. Aderley 300 0 0
Daniell Perkins, 300l. and 200l. 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 1,200 0 0
Jo[h]n Hayes 900 0 0
1694, Dec. 29—
Peter Burrell 2,000 0 0
Ro. Humphrys 500 0 0
Daniell Burnard 500 0 0
1694, Dec. 31—
Thomas Pelham 1,500 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 2—
Nicho. Harding 300 0 0
Samuell Groome 500 0 0
Peter Burrett 200 0 0
Jos. Marlow 300l., 300l., 200l., 200l., 200l., 100l., 100l., 100l., 300l. and 200l 2,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 3—
William Stewart 1,100 0 0
Edmund Tooke 1,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 4—
Brook Bridges, 600l. and 600l. 1,200 0 0
Thomas Greene 500 0 0
Hen. Hayter 1,000 0 0
William Lethiculier 700 0 0
Visct. Lanesborough 300 0 0
Math. Sympson 500 0 0
Abraham Mudle 750 0 0
Sarah Goodman 50 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 5—
Thomas Raylton 500 0 0
William Shaw 500 0 0
Hen. Lobsbond 400 0 0
Nicho. Whitaker, 500l. and 300l 800 0 0
Lady Dorothy Beddingfeild 100 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 7—
Edmd. Wansell 400 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 1,000 0 0
Lyming Pager, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
Richard Middlemore 300 0 0
Thomas Price 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 8—
Edmund Wansell 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Bridges 600 0 0
Bartho. Beale 600 0 0
Peter Haynes, 500l., 500l. and 500l 1,500 0 0
Math. Fleming 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Knight 3,500 0 0
Richd. Pagett, 200l. and 100l. 300 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 2,200l 4,200 0 0
Bartho. Canter 200 0 0
David Haywood 600 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 9—
William Nicholas 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Bean 100 0 0
James Varey 1,200 0 0
Alex. Gretton 100 0 0
Bed. Higham 700 0 0
Jo[h]n Norris 100 0 0
Kath. Penell 300 0 0
Peter Burrell 500 0 0
Ann Trelawney 700 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 10—
Sir Leonard Robinson 1,500 0 0
Sir Thomas Lane, 500l., 500l., 500l., 500l. and 500l. 2,500 0 0
Sir Roger Jefferys 1,500 0 0
Alex. Gretton 100 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 11—
Paul Larivere 300 0 0
Abraham Lethiculier 400 0 0
Lucy Gerner 462 0 0
Hugh Chudleigh 100 0 0
William Nicholas 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Haynes 700 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,700l. and 2,000l 4,700 0 0
Sir Thomas Lane, 500l., 500l. and 500l 1,500 0 0
Peter Burrell 300 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 12—
Sir John Banks 2,500 0 0
Ro. Barham 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Delme 1,500 0 0
Antho. Sturt 2,000 0 0
Gibons Bagnall 500 0 0
Edward Nathy 300 0 0
Jos. Marlow, 400l. and 200l. 600 0 0
Mary Best 100 0 0
Lady Lethiculier 400 0 0
Nicho. Baxter 300 0 0
Jo[h]n Tully 100 0 0
Susanna Leighton 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,100l. and 2,000l 4,100 0 0
Robt. Baker 400 0 0
William Carbonell 500 0 0
Henry Box 500 0 0
Jasper Clutterbuck 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Clayton 200 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 14—
Andrew Guidon 140 2 6
Lancelot Burton 150 0 0
David Fleming 200 0 0
Henry Mertins 200 0 0
William Waterman 100 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
Thomas Calesby 100 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 15—
Nath. Micklethwaite 500 0 0
William Bridges 200 0 0
William Hensman 50 0 0
Jo[h]n Coggs 100 0 0
Jo[h]n Stooks 100 0 0
Lancelot Burton 1,050 0 0
Thomas Richardson 200 0 0
Arthur Eastman 400 0 0
Mary French 200 0 0
Susana French 100 0 0
Cha. Morgan, 500l. and 500l 1,000 0 0
Kath. Penell 100 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 3,000l 6,000 0 0
Antho. Gomessera 1,500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,200 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 16—
Geo. Bedington 500 0 0
Gilbert Bury [? Pury] 100 0 0
Martin Lister 600 0 0
German Falintin 100 0 0
Hugh Bascowen 1,500 0 0
Paul D'Aranda 1,000 0 0
Ann Crespe 100 0 0
William Perkins 1,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,700 0 0
Kath. Shute 300 0 0
Ro. Cock, 1,000l. and 1,000l 2,000 0 0
Law. Moyer 1,000 0 0
Math. Banks 840 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 17—
Thomas Papillon 1,000 0 0
Theodosia Kingdon 500 0 0
Jos. Hampnett, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l 3,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Richards, 1,000l., 1,000l., 600l. and 500l 3,000 0 0
Phillip Forster 1,000 0 0
Fran. Thacker 900 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 2,300l 5,300 0 0
Sir Thomas Lane 500 0 0
William Carbonell 500 0 0
Theodore Jacobson, 1,000l. and 1,200l 2,200 0 0
Samuell Hellier, 500l. and 400l. 900 0 0
Thomas Jeve 1,000 0 0
694–5, Jan. 18—
Martin Lister 100 0 0
Phillip Ryely 500 0 0
— Tyson 300 0 0
Eliz. Benson 100 0 0
James Duxbury 200 0 0
Benj. Wilkins 50 0 0
Jo[h]n Tully 150 0 0
Sir Edwd. Gregory 500 0 0
Jeremy Gregory 250 0 0
Baldwyn Duppa 250 0 0
Thomas Cobby 100 0 0
Leo. Plucknet 100 0 0
Godfrey Lee 800 0 0
Edmd. Wansell 400 0 0
Phillip Weake 300 0 0
Cha. Williams 600 0 0
Rachell Guise 470 0 0
Duke of Bolton, 1,000l. and 1,000l 2,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Smith, 1,000l. and 1,000l 2,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 19—
Lady Lethiculier, 500l. and 5,000l 5,500 0 0
Rebecca Mercer 500 0 0
Jos. Hewitt 200 0 0
Peter Hamelot 100 0 0
Judith Bec 200 0 0
Dr. Stockham 1,000 0 0
William Lowndes 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Delme 1,500 0 0
Judith Kifford 300 0 0
Cha. Brawne 1,000 0 0
Richd. Taylor 50 0 0
Ashburnham Toll, 300l. and 100l 400 0 0
Hen. Travis 600 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 3,500l 6,500 0 0
John Smith 500 0 0
Robt. Bristow 500 0 0
Thos. Colton 700 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 21—
Jo[h]n Crayle 200 0 0
William Holmes 1,000 0 0
William Fisher 150 0 0
Henry Ewen 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Duncombe 250 0 0
Thos. D'Citi 250 0 0
Thos. Ewen 1,400 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 22—
Jo[h]n Briscoe 200 0 0
Peter Henrique 1,000 0 0
Sir Edwd. Gregory 500 0 0
Jerom Churchy 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Spicer 100 0 0
Shadrack Vincent 500 0 0
Eliz. Baron 500 0 0
Henry Hayter 1,000 0 0
Edmund Tooke 1,000 0 0
Shadrac Vincent 300 0 0
Thomas Rand 400 0 0
Paul Alesory 500 0 0
Thomas Goodman 50 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 2,000l. and 1,000l 3,000 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Cope 1,000 0 0
Hen. Seagar 700 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 23—
Richard Meredith, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l 3,000 0 0
Hanna Hollis 200 0 0
Edwd. Wharton 3,800 0 0
Solomon Modena 5,000 0 0
Lancelot Burton 2,600 0 0
Antho. Wallinger 1,000 0 0
Ro. Burler [? Purler] 400 0 0
Jo[h]n Clarke 1,000 0 0
La Herbert 1,600 0 0
Antho. Shaw 300 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,500 0 0
Ralph Ingram 1,000 0 0
Sir Hennage Fetherston 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Chamberlaine 100 0 0
Duke of Bolton 1,000 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 24—
Pha. Culpeper 150 0 0
Thomas Coleby 500 0 0
Lady Lethiculier, 500l. and 140l 640 0 0
Timothy Bagniouz 300 0 0
Richd. Dowdeswell 400 0 0
Jo[h]n Cooper 200 0 0
William Russell, 500l., 500l. and 500l 1,500 0 0
Sir William Bishop 200 0 0
William Stewart 1,200 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,000 0 0
James Collet 400 0 0
Henry Davis 500 0 0
Richard Alie 500 0 0
Samuell Moyer, 1,000l. and 1,000l 2,000 0 0
Cha. Williams 300 0 0
Peter Burrell 400 0 0
Thos. Gardner 200 0 0
Samuell Hotchkiss 400 0 0
Fra. Asly 300 0 0
Dr. Stockham 500 0 0
Hen. Lobsband 1,000 0 0
Thomas Crispe 1,000 0 0
William Lethiculier, 200l. and 250l 450 0 0
John Bull 500 0 0
Hugh Chudleigh 4,900 0 0
Jo[h]n Spencer 500 0 0
Arabella Hunt 100 0 0
Fra. Gillow 400 0 0
Mary Lake 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Hanger 300 0 0
Isaac Houblon, 500l., 500l., 500l., 500l. and 500l 2,500 0 0
Mary Windham 300 0 0
Alex. Merrcall 500 0 0
William Napnen 200 0 0
Peter Burrell 500 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 28—
Sir Roger Langley 50 0 0
Thomas Paine 200 0 0
Geo. Barret 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Goddard 100 0 0
Alex. Gretten 500 0 0
William Gratorez, 500l. and 500l 1,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 500l 3,500 0 0
Sir Thomas Lane 600 0 0
Thomas Robinson 500 0 0
James Collet 500 0 0
Jos. Hoskenstiles 9,000 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,000 0 0
Peter Persode, 500l. and 500l. 1,000 0 0
William Napnen 100 0 0
Claud Hayes 500 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 29—
Jo[h]n Harwood 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Mathews 200 0 0
Eliz. Hamilton, 400l. and 400l. 800 0 0
William Watkins 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Harwood 500 0 0
William Perris 200 0 0
Jo[h]n Preston 300 0 0
Thomas Smith 500 0 0
Luke Leader 100 0 0
Thomas Price 100 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,000 0 0
Robert Beeker 300 0 0
Mary Bacow 400 0 0
1694–5, Jan. 31—
Jos. Cranmer 150 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,200 0 0
Jo[h]n Mathews 500 0 0
Edwd. Wharton 3,000 0 0
Peter Henriques, 2,000l. and 2,000l 4,000 0 0
Pricilla Rolls, 1,000l., 1,000l., 1,000l. and 700l 3,700 0 0
Richd. Dalton 1,900 0 0
Jo[h]n Dales 200 0 0
Susanna Booth 200 0 0
Gilbert Edwards 300 0 0
Evans Williams 100 0 0
Nicho. Baxter 100 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson, 3,000l. and 2,000l 5,000 0 0
Sir Jo[h]n Lethiculier 500 0 0
Alex. Marriell 500 0 0
Christopher Billop 1,000 0 0
Edward Pyle 500 0 0
Ricarda Peacock 800 0 0
Paul D'Aranda 800 0 0
Peter Delme 500 0 0
1694 — 5, Feb. 1—
William Bridges 600 0 0
Eliz. Benyon 50 0 0
Dorothy Baker 500 0 0
Francis Ash [? Asty] 200 0 0
Richard Dalton, 500l., 500l. and 500l. 1,500 0 0
Robt. Butler 200 0 0
John Tayleur 500 0 0
Thomas Pelham 500 0 0
Hugh Chudleigh 250 0 0
Francis Wright 3,500 0 0
Eliz. Taunton 300 0 0
David Griell 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Meryon 100 0 0
Cha. Cutts 400 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,500 0 0
William Fellows 500 0 0
Jo[h]n Oxlebar 500 0 0
George Oxlebar 900 0 0
James Fallinton 1,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Harbord, 1,000l., 1,000l. 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l. 5,000 0 0
1694–5, Feb. 4—
William Bridges 300 0 0
Edward Lloyd 300 0 0
Sir Edwin Steed, 1,000l., 1,000l. and 1,000l 3,000 0 0
John Bull 500 0 0
John Crayle 300 0 0
William Prescott, 500l. and 500l 1,000 0 0
Hen. Lobsbond 500 0 0
Henry Fairfax 200 0 0
Thomas Hollis 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 4,000 0 0
Jo[h]n Smith 500 0 0
William Fellow 500 0 0
1694–5, Feb. 5—
Francis Aston 800 0 0
Hugh Boscowen 200 0 0
Alice Myn 200 0 0
Peter Ryensett 400 0 0
1694–5, Feb. 7—
Sir Leonard Robinson 3,600 0 0
1694–5, Feb. 8—
Gabriel Jones 100 0 0
Edwd. Underhill 500 0 0
Sir Leonard Robinson 2,000 0 0
1694–5, Feb. 9—
Edwd. Wharton 2,100 0 0
£592,096 13 0
whereof there has been paid to the Navy 108,405 0 0
to the Ordnance 43,000 0 0
to the Earl of Ranelagh 401,723 13 11
to Mr. Fox 12,249 7 7
£565,378 1 6
[remaining] in cash Feb. 11 26,718 11 6
£592,096 13 0
Feb. 11. Money warrant for 5,000l. to Bartholomew Burton, without account: for so much paid or to be paid to divers persons by way of reward for loans on credit of the Exchequer in general and for defraying other charges and expenses relating thereto. (Money order dated Feb. 12 hereon.) Money Book XII, p. 447. Order Book IV, p. 158.
Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue to Bartholomew Burton the 10,000l. which is or shall be lent by John Knight on credit of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise; to be as for reward and expenses of loans etc., ut supra, pp. 884 and 917. Disposition Book XII, p. 198.
Feb. 11. Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue (out of loans made by Mr. Browne on credit of the said Excise) 1,000l. to the Earl of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, on account of the Queen's funeral. Disposition Book XII, p. 198.
Same to same to issue (out of loans on the Exchequer in general) 1,922l. 14s.d. to the Earl of Ranelagh to clear the subsistence to the Earl of Denbigh's Regiment of Dragoons to Jan. 15 last. Ibid, p. 199.
Same to Mr. Bartholomew Burton to pay (out of moneys for rewards etc. of loans as above) 101l. 14s. 6d. to the assigns of the Earl of Montagu for 2 per cent. allowance on 9,000l. lent by said Earl 1694, June 27, on credit of the Hereditary and Temporary Excise. Ibid.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue (out of loans on the Exchequer in general) 525l. to the Earl of Ranelagh on account of contingencies for the war. Ibid.
Same to said Earl of Ranelagh to pay said 525l. to William Cowper, merchant, on a bill of exchange drawn on the Duke of Shrewsbury by John Robinson, esq., his Majesty's Agent at Stockholm, for so much expended there for particular service; as by the King's command at Kensington the 9th inst. for placing this payment to the account of contingencies, the service itself having relation to the war. Ibid.
Same to the Treasurer of the Navy to apply (out of money remaining in your hands for seamen's wages) 20,000l. towards payment of recalls. Ibid, p. 200.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue to the Treasurer of the Navy for the Victualling the 2,100l. lent the 9th inst. by Edward Wharton on credit of the Exchequer in general. Ibid.
Same to the Victualling Commissioners to apply the said 2,100l. to the payment of three bills due to Mris. Jane Shea for beer delivered at Portsmouth for the use of the Navy “and is to complete the sum of 8,900l.” due to her: the said three bills being No. .99, Oct., 900l.; No. 100, Oct., 500l.; No. 30, Dec., 700l. Ibid.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to send an officer to Mr. Pagett's lodgings at the upper end of St. James's Street to seal some goods for transport beyond sea, being for the use of Lord Paget, ambassador at Constantinople. Out Letters (General) XIV, p. 349.
Same to the Earl of Ranelagh, enclosing the memorial [missing] of the officers of the Regiments commanded on the Expedition into the Straits, concerning the arrears of pay due to them. Please state their accounts to my Lords. Ibid, p. 350.
Same to same, enclosing a memorial [missing] on behalf of the Danish Forces. Please state [to my Lords] what is due to them. Ibid.
Feb. 11. Henry Guy to the Customs Commissioners, in accordance with the Order of the King in Council of the 3rd inst., to forthwith direct the officers in the outports to make exact lists of all seamen and seafaring men belonging to the said ports, members and creeks; and send same to the Admiralty Lords: and further to enjoin the said officers in the ports to which imprested seamen are to be brought to inspect such seamen whether they are of healthy and able bodies and fit to be put on board the Fleet: and further to take care that there be no abuse or collusion in discharging the persons who are fit to go to sea, and in case of such abuse to give timely notice to the Admiralty Lords. Out Letters (General) XIV, p. 350.
Treasury reference to Samuel Travers, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, of the petition of Sir James Bradshaw for a reversionary lease of the manor of the Chapter of Beverley, co. Yorks. Reference Book VII, p. 77.
Same to Phillip Ryley, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, of the petition of the inhabitants of Warwick, praying the King to bestow on them 1,000 tons of timber out of Whittlewood Forest and 400l. per an. towards rebuilding their church and Town House. Ibid, p. 78.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of the manor of Higham Ferrers and of the demesne lands and other profits thereof and to rate same in order to a lease thereof to Richard, Visct. Colchester, now Earl Rivers, for 99 years from the death of the Queen Dowager, concurrent with any years then remaining in the existing term; in consideration of said Earl's good services: with power to the said Queen's Trustees without further warrant to transfer to said Earl their interest therein at the Queen's death or during her life with her consent. Warrants not Relating to Money XIV, pp. 376–8.
Prefixing: (a) note of said Earl's petition for same; (b) said Surveyor General's report on said petition. The present rents (with 9s.d. for the farm of the perquisites of Courts) amount to 65l. 10s.d., out of which there is annually allowed to the Steward of the Courts 100s. for his fee and 20s. claimed by the auditor for Esery money. The petitioner values the premises at 800l. per an., but Sir Charles Harbord's ratal (on which the said Queen's jointure passed) sets the rents at 60l. 17s.d. per an. over and above 53s. 4d. for Higham Park granted away before. At 11 years' purchase I value the desired reversion at 669l. 12s. 11½d. The demesne lands are valued in the Parliament's Survey in 1650 at 830l. 12s. 11½d. per an. above the reserve rents, but the said Park (which was valued by those surveyors at 361l. 4s. 2d. per an.) is not passed in the said Queen's jointure and I am informed is granted away in fee to Sir Robert Long, thus leaving only 469l. 7s.d. per an. for the part desired by petitioner. At five years' purchase I rate this at 2,346l. 16s.d., making 3,016l. 9s. 0d. in all. Besides the interest vested in the Queen Dowager's Trustees, the said manor was granted by Charles II by [sic for to] Trustees for the Earl of Plymouth, who died without issue: but it does not appear whether that estate was surrendered up again to the Crown [on such death]. It was also settled by James II for the life of his then Queen.
Feb. 12. Treasury warrant to the Excise Commissioners to direct the respective collectors of Excise in the counties specified, supra, pp. 901–2, to pay to the Lords Lieutenant and Custodes Rotulorum or their deputies the moneys from time to time signified under their hands and seals as requisite for the service of impresting seamen as by the directions ibid.; taking bills from them in return drawn on the Treasurer of the Navy for so much as shall be so paid, which bills are to be made payable to the Excise Commissioners to make good the accounts of the said collectors. Money Book XII, p. 448.
William Lownds (in the absence of Henry Guy) to Major Dickens. My Lords are informed that you have given order for cutting and selling the remainder of the underwoods in Kings Coppice in New Forest. You are to forbear same till further order from my Lords. Out Letters (General) XIV, p. 350.
Entry of a Treasury caveat in behalf of the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Coventry that no lease or grant of the Park at Coventry may be made to Mr. Townsend, Mr. Murcott or any others till they be heard. Notice to be given to said Mayor or to Mr. Groves, an attorney at Coventry, or to Mr. Hawkins. Caveat Book, p. 39.
Feb. 13. Royal warrant, dated Kensington, to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal to authorise the Treasury to take in loans on the Customs up to 1,250,000l. in accordance with the terms of the Act (6–7 Wm., c. 3) for the [third] 4s. Aid, which said Act provided for the applying 300,000l. [per an.] for five years out of the Tonnage and Poundage and other duties payable on exported and imported merchandises, which yearly credit is therein appropriated to the repayment of the said 1,250,000l. loans with 5 per cent. interest for the first 300,000l. loans; 6 per cent. for the second 300,000l.; 7 per cent. for the third 300,000l. and 8 per cent. for the remaining 350,000l.: and that from 1694, Dec. 31, the yearly sum of 300,000l. of the duties of Tonnage and Poundage be paid into the Exchequer separately from all other moneys whatsover in the Exchequer and to be appropriated as above. Tallies are to be struck and orders of repayment to be drawn and registered in course, all in accordance with the terms of said Act. King's Warrant Book XVIII, pp. 63–5.
Same to same for a same to authorise the Treasury to take in any [other] loans on credit of the abovesaid 4s. Aid [i.e. on the Land Tax part of the abovesaid Act] at 5 per cent. interest, payable quarterly; levying tallies and drawing and registering orders ut supra. Ibid, pp. 65–6.
Same to same for a same to authorise the Treasury Lords to appoint Receivers General for the said 4s. Aid for the respective counties, cities etc.; with such powers and authorities in their commissions as the said Treasury Lords shall think fit to insert. Ibid, p. 67.
Feb. 14. Royal warrant, under the King's sign manual, for Edward Nicholas, esq., to have, receive and enjoy all the several fees and poundage money which have been usually taken and allowed to the Treasurers and Receivers General of the Queens of England in consideration of their charge and trouble in executing the said office other than what is altered or herein otherwise directed. He is therefore hereby to take the following fees, allowances and poundage on moneys paid by royal warrant or by Treasury warrant, viz. 6d. per £ out of payments so authorised for the salaries or wages of the late Queen Mary's officers, servants or pensioners and 12d. per £ on all payments so authorised upon any bill of exchange or to any merchants, traders or artificers or to any others who did buy or disburse or furnish the said Queen with goods, wares or commodities or who did or shall furnish any mourning at her death; and 6d. per £ upon every other payment so authorised [and for purposes] other than as above. King's Warrant Book XVIII, p. 67.
Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows the 300,000l. which will be lent at the Exchequer by the Corporation of the Bank [of England] on [credit of] 300,000l. per an. of the Customs [as by 7 and 8 Wm. and Mary, c. 5], viz.: l. Disposition Book XII, p. 200.
to the Earl of Ranelagh for the Forces 150,000
to the Treasurer of the Navy 100,000
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance 45,000
to Charles Fox and Lord Coningsby for transports 5,000
£300,000
Same to same to issue as follows out of the Exchequer, viz.: l. s. d. Ibid, p. 201.
to the Earl of Ranelagh on account of the arrears of subsistence to the Forces in England to Jan. 1 last and to be applied towards discharging debts contracted in quarters: to be issued out of 348l. of the 21d. per barrel; 317l. 1s. 8d. of the Double Excise; 25l 17s. 0d. of contributions on salt and 2,309l. 1s. 4d of general loans 3,000 0 0
to ditto for one week's subsistence to the said Forces, Feb. 12 to 18th inst 7,600 0 0
to ditto for Monsieur Schuylenburg in further part of his debt; end makes 15,000l. issued to wards it 5,000 0 0
to ditto for subsistence to Col. Lee's Dragoons end is to be applied to pay their quarters [so] that they may march 2,000 0 0
to ditto for Patrick Lamb, contractor for victualling the Hospitals in the Low Countries; l. s. d for so much due to him according to his contract to make good his payments in money of Holland according to the Earl of Ranelagh's report of Dec. 21 last 486 2 6
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance for land service in the Office of Ordnance 4,775 12 11¾
£22,861 15
Feb. 14. Henry Guy to the Governor and Company of the Bank to lend 300,000l. into the Exchequer tomorrow morning, ut supra, p. 921, to be issued thence ut ibid., viz. 150,000/. to the Earl of Ranelagh; 100,000l. to Edward Russell, Treasurer of the Navy; 45,000l. to Charles Bertie, Treasurer of the Ordnance; 5,000l. to Charles Fox and Lord Coningsby. (Same to the said payees to receive said sums accordingly.) Out Letters (General) XIV, p. 351.
Same to Sir Robert Howard, Auditor of the Receipt, to signify to the Tellers to receive such loans as the Corporation of the Bank or any others will make on the fund of 300,000l. per an. out of the Customs, “his Majesty having signed a warrant for a privy seal for that purpose.” Ibid.
Same to Mr. Shales, enclosing an account [missing] of money paid by the Treasurer of the Navy to ships etc. between the 2nd and 9th inst. Ibid.
Same to Lord Coningsby to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Dr. Patrick Dun concerning the arrears due to him as physician to the army and hospitals in Ireland. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Navy Commissioners of the proposal of John Taylor, merchant, to furnish 150 tons of hemp for his Majesty's service. Reference Book VII, p. 78.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of John Cooper, master of the Elizabeth, as referred from the King in Council the 7th inst.; petitioner desiring liberty for said vessel which is New England built and lately come thence, to return home, he and his four men being all inhabitants of that country. Ibid.
The Treasury Lords to the Lords Justices, Ireland, to report on the enclosed petition of the Provost, Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin, praying his Majesty to continue the reducement of their quit and crown rents of 257l. per an. to 10l. per an. for four years longer. Out Letters (Ireland) VI, p. 471.
Feb. 15. William Lowndes (in the absence of Henry Guy) to the Attorney General to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of the Farmers of the Lotteries concerning the great number of unlicensed lotteries lately exercised. You are to hear what the petitioners will propose thereon. Out Letters (General) XIV, p. 351.
Feb. 15. Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of Henry Willett, a collector of Excise for above 22 years, shewing that he is returned in debt 1,202l.; that there has been some great mistake, for he never made use of the King's money above 771l.; therefore praying to be discharged the remaining 431l. on payment of said 771l. Reference Book VII, p. 78.