Treasury Calendar
March 1696

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William A. Shaw (editor)

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'Treasury Calendar: March 1696', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11: 1696-1697 (1933), pp. 446. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82743 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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March 1696

March 16.Royal letters patent granting to Richard Wallop of the Middle Temple, Esq., the office of one of the Barons of the Exchequer loco George Bradbury Esq., now deceased; with the fee formerly paid to John Sotherton, Esq., father of John Sotherton, Esq., formerly a baron of the Exchequer, for examining the accounts of the Receivers and Ministers of the counties of Yorks, Bucks, Beds, Oxford, Berks, South Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall, and afterwards similarly paid to Sir Edward Bromley, late a Baron of the Exchequer deceased, and lately similarly to Sir Richard Weston one of the Barons of the Exchequer, amounting to 73l. per an.: and further granting to said Wallop the annual fee of 100 marks: all quamdiu se bene gesserit. King's Warrant Book XIX, p. 5.
March 20.Treasury warrant [to the Receiver of the Honor of Windsor] to pay to the executors of Sir Thomas Duppa, late Keeper of the House Park at Windsor, the arrears on the 50l. payable, ut supra Calendar Treasury Book Vol. IX, p. 1381, on his undertaking the repairs etc. there. Money Book XI, p. 205.
1696. March 25.Establishment under the king's sign manual of the officers appointed for the use of the Hospitals in the Low Countries during the ensuing campaign (being identical with the establishment ut supra Treasury Calendar, Vol, IX, pp. 968–9: total 284l. 9s. 0d. per diem). King's Warrant Book XVIII, p. 379.
[?]Same for a chirurgeon's mate for the Troop of Grenadier Guards during its remaining in the Low Countries: in accordance with the establishment of 1693, Aug. 10: to commence from 1694–5, Jan. 1. Ibid.