Warrants etc
June 1701, 1-15

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'Warrants etc: June 1701, 1-15', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 276-285. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83314 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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June 1701, 1-15

June 1.Regulation of the subsistence to be paid weekly for the use of the Forces ordered to Holland for the assistance of the States General: to commence from the 1st June inst.
per week.
£s.d.
the Royal Regiment of Foot composed of units detailed40682
Princess Ann of Denmark's Regiment under Col. Webb composed of units detailed20816
9 other Regiments of like subsistence viz. Major Gen. Stuart's, Sir Bevill Granvill's, Sir John Jacobs', Col. How's, Col. Stanley's, Sir Matthew Bridges', the Royal Regiment of Foot under Col. Fred Hamilton, Brigadier Ingoldsby's, and Col. Seymour's, 208l. 1s. 6d. each1872136
Provost Marshall and four men440
Waggon master176
£249248
King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 70.
Establishment, detailed, under the royal sign manual for [the abovesaid] 12 Battalions of Foot to be sent from Ireland to the assistance of the States General: viz. General and Staff officers; Royal Regiment of Foot of 24 Companies or 1416 men; Princess Ann of Denmark's Regiment of 12 Companies or 708 men; eight other like Regiments; and two Regiments of 12 Companies or 696 men each [colonels not named]: total pay 185,291l. 0s. 10d. per an. from which deducting 9264l. for poundage there remains 176,027l. 0s. 10d. per an. to be paid on this Establishment. Ibid., pp. 108–9.
William Lowndes to Mr. Blathwayte to prepare a royal warrant to take off the respits on Capt. William Wansbrough's Company of Col. Brudenell's late Regiment of Foot. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 351.
June 2.Same to Lord Coningsby to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of Col. John Webb for 957l. 12s. 10d. for Benj. Taylour, James Leachley and James Duggon out of the offreckonings of his Regiment that so he may be enabled thereby to pay off the unsatisfied contracts made in England with James Moyer and others. Ibid.
Same to the Board of Ordnance to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of the inhabitants of Weymouth for a grant of the decayed walls of a blockhouse called Sandfort Fort near the town; towards the building of their bridges. Ibid.
June 2.Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners of the petiton of Sir Richard Blackmore Kt., an executor of Edward Pilesworth late an officer of Excise, concerning the latter's debt of 700l. to the King. Reference Book VII, p. 421.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Daniell Gamell for reward for discovering frauds by merchants. Ibid.
June 3.Money order for 480l. to the Duchess of Grafton as sole heiress to the late Earl of Arlington on the 5000l. as by the privy seal of 1693 April 13 whereon 3030l. has been already paid. Disposition Book V, p. 272.
Same for 100l. 16s. 0d. and 100l. 16s. 0d. to William Bellamy, Remembrancer of the City of London, for the bill of impost on wines for the Mayor, Sheriffs and officers, detailed, of the city of London for one year from 1699 Xmas, and for the like from 1700 Xmas. Ibid., p. 288.
Treasury warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to the Lord Mayor &c. of London of the Lord Mayor's Barge House on the waste of the manor of Kennington for 31 years from 1694 Sept. 29.
Prefixing: particular of the premises and ratal by the Surveyor General of Crown Lands.
Followed by: undated entry of the Treasury Lords' signature of the docquet of this lease. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, pp. 60–61, 83.
June 4.Royal sign manual dated Kensington for 260l. to Edward Hyde Esq. commonly called Viscount Cornbury as royal bounty. (Money warrant dated June 6 hereon.) (Money order dated June 7 hereon.) King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 67. Money Book XV, p. 423. Order Book V, p. 272.
Royal warrant dated same to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for an annuity or yearly sum of 1250l. to Henry, Earl of Galway from the date his commission as one of the Lords Justices of Ireland was superseded viz. April 4 last: to be payable quarterly during pleasure. (The privy seal hereon is dated June 23.) King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 72.
Same dated same to the Treasury Lords to pay 4268l. 7s. 1d. to Evert Jollivet, Agent to Henry D' Nassau, Master of the Horse, for so much expended by him for the King's special service; being the remain resting on the foot of his account for 7½ years from 1692 Xmas to 1700 Midsummer, which remain has been ordered to be paid into the Exchequer. (Money warrant dated June 18 hereon: to be paid out of the said remain.) (Money order dated June 20 hereon.) Ibid., p. 74. Order Book V, p. 280.
Royal sign manual dated same for 500l. to Thomas, Lord Raby ("whom we have sent with a compliment to our good brother the King of Prussia upon his being crowned") as further bounty and reward for his charge and expense in travelling to and from the Prussian Court. (Money warrant dated June 16 hereon.) (Money order dated June 20 hereon.) King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 75. Money Book V, p. 433. Order Book V, p. 279. Disposition Book XV, p. 287.
June 4.Treasury allowance of the last Lady day quarter's incidents bill of the Excise Office: total 836l. 10s. 5d.
and of the like of the Salt Office: total 175l. 17s. 9d. Money Book XV, p. 421.
Money warrant for 350l. to James Vernon for 3½ years to Lady day last on his 100l. per an. as a Principal Secretary of State. Ibid., p. 422. Disposition Book XV, p. 380.
Same for 150l. to Henry Baker for three quarters to Lady day last on his allowance as Solicitor to the Treasury. (Money order dated June 17 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 423. Order Book V, p. 274.
Same for 100l. to Henry Killigrew as royal bounty: to be paid by 4l. a week as from June 18 inst. and to be paid to himself and not to any assignee. according to the direction of the King's sign manual. (Money order dated June 18 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 423. Order Book V, p. 235.
Same for 250l. to John Rotiers for one year from 1698 Jan. 24 to which date the 450l. per an. payable to John, Joseph and Phillip Rotiers has been paid under their patent dated 1669 July 3 (which granted them 450l. per an. during their joint lives, 350l. to 2 survivors and 250l. to one survivor) but the said Joseph and Phillip having withdrawn themselves out of this kingdom and left the King's service. Money Book XV, p. 424.
Same for 108l. 8s. 4d. to Sir Henry Bunbury for overpayment in his account as Sheriff of Co. Chester for the year ended 1700 Sept. 29. (Money order dated June 7 hereon.) Ibid., p. 425. Order Book V, p. 276. Disposition Book XV, p. 290.
Same for 200l. to Henry Baker: upon account for Crown Law charges. (Money order dated July 1 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 441. Order Book V, p. 279. Disposition Book XV, p. 290.
William Lowndes to the Stamps Commissioners enclosing Randall Stockton's petition [missing]. Do not recommend any person to his prejudice. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 352.
Treasury reference to Mr. Travers, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, of the petition of Edward Cutty for a reversionary lease of a tenement called Woda, parcel of the manor of Climsland Prior, demised to Francis Calmady in 1670. Reference Book VII, p. 422.
Same to same of the petition of Matthew Prior for a fresh lease of a small house or hovel adjoining to a house which he has lately purchased in Duke Street Westminster, for his own dwelling; which said hovel formerly belonged to the Duck feeder [of St. James's Park] Anthony Rowe Esq., whose interest he has purchased for 300l. and "adjoining to which he would build some closets which would take off the nuisance the neighbourhood now suffers and be of ornament to the Park." Ibid., p. 426.
June 4.Treasury warrant to the Postmasters General to discharge and clear Stephen Bigg and Benjamin Bigg from their contract for the port of letters for Co. Lancaster and part of Westmorland upon their rendering an exact account of all moneys received by them for the port of letters from 1700 Sept. 29 to the present time. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 60.
The Treasury Lords to the Lords Justices of Ireland to fully pay and clear in Ireland the 12 Battalions of Foot ordered by the King to be transported from Ireland to Holland and to give the clothiers assurances that the offreckonings shall be paid "here" to their use: and further to provide shipping for the horses, the cost whereof we will refund to the Treasury of Ireland. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 125.
June 5.Treasury warrant to William Borret to pay 16l. 1s. 0d. to Henry Bendyshe, clerk to the Attorney General; for drawing and copying several Proclamations for his Majesty's service between 1697 July 30 and 1700–1 March 6. Money Book XV, p. 425.
Letter of direction for 12,000l. to the Earl of Ranelagh: out of the Duties of 25 per cent. on French goods: and to be applied to the subsistence of the Forces his Majesty is sending to the assistance of the States General. Disposition Book XV, p. 279.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Nathaniel Molyneux for payment of the remainder of the debt due to him from the King. Reference Book VII, p. 421.
June 6.Money warrant for 2000l. to the Duchess of Buccleuch for half a year to 1700 Sept. 29 on her annuity. Money Book XV, p. 398. Disposition Book XV, p. 281.
Same for 100l. to George Oxenden, Doctor of Laws, for one year to 1700 Sept. 29 on his salary as Judge Official and Commissary of the Court of Admiralty of the Cinque ports. (Money order dated June 16 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 423. Order Book V, p. 273. Disposition Book XV, p. 284.
Treasury warrant to Henry Baker to pay 100l. to John Farnley as reward for discovering and convicting — Oldfeild and — Keifton who were concerned in counterfeiting or razing a tally in the Exchequer. Money Book XV, p. 424.
Money warrant for 500l. to Isabella, Duchess of Grafton and 1000l. to Charles, Duke of Grafton for half a year to 1700 June 24 on their annuities. Ibid., p. 425. Disposition Book XV, p. 281.
Same for 356l. 12s. 0d. to Phillip Ryley, Surveyor General of Woods Trent South, for necessary works in the House Park, Jockey Park &c. at Hampton Court. (Money order dated June 20 hereon.) (William Lowndes to the Receipt dated June 13 for payment of 300l. hereon by instalments of 50l. per week from May 30 last.) Money Book XV, p. 426. Order Book V, p. 277. Disposition Book XV, p. 284.
June 6.Letter of direction for 1000l. to William Lowndes for secret service. Disposition Book XV, p. 279.
Same for 3275l. 13s. 4d. to the Judges et al as follows:
£
to the 11 Judges of England for last Easter term2750
to 11 Masters of Chancery for same term275
to the Attorney and Solicitor General for half a year75134
to the Judge of Chester for last Easter term175
Ibid., p. 280.
Same for 384l. 10s. 0d. to the Treasurer of the Chamber: to be applied as follows viz.
for Dr. Lawrence for one year to Xmas 1700 as one of the King's physicians250
[for ditto] more for riding charges to Holland for the years 1699 and 1700134100
Ibid.
William Lowndes to Mr. Borret enclosing Mr. Randolph's memorial [missing] touching the Bill before the House of Lords relating to the Propriety Governments in [America and] the West Indies. My Lords direct you to follow and take care of that matter. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 352.
Treasury reference to Mr. Travers of the petition of John Egerton for a new lease of the Hundred of Bucklow. Reference Book VII, p. 422.
The Treasury Lords to the Lords Justices, Ireland, to finish with all expedition the barracks for the Horse in accordance with the representation from the Overseers for building Barracks: but in view of the departure of 12 Battalions of Foot for Holland the barracks for the Foot are not to be proceeded in "unless it be those that are thought necessary to entertain men in to prevent robbers and privateers." Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 125.
June 8.Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to the Earl of Ranelagh to compute the pay of Capt. William Wansbrough's Company of Grenadiers in Col. Henry Row's late Regiment of Foot as complete from 1st July 1694 to 1st May following, it being ordered upon the Descent to Brest in July 1694 and being then complete but he with one of his Lieutenants and part of his Company being taken prisoner by the French in an action at Camaret near Brest where he subsisted his men out of his own pocket and endured great hardships until he was released in December following; and in his absence several musters having been taken and respits amounting to 274l. 12s. 0d. put upon the said Company until the 1st May following when he mustered complete; he having upon his return recruited his Company without any allowance for same. King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 64.
June 9.William Lowndes to Mr. Vanbrugh. What is due to the King's Watermen on their bills in the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office? Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 352.
June 9.Same to Mr. Blathwayte to prepare a royal warrant to take off the respits on 78l. 19s. 6d. of the pay of William Carr, an Ensign in Col. Farrington's late Regiment and son to Widow Ann Carr. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Thomas Spendelow, late Receiver of the third 3s. Aid for Co. Stafford, shewing that he is in debt 4369l. [to the Crown] and has borrowed 2000l. and therefore praying four months time for selling his estate [to meet the balance of said debt]. Reference Book VII, p. 422.
June 10.William Lowndes to [the Earl of Ranelagh] to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of the Officers of the four Companies in New York shewing that their muster rolls were lost in coming over sea during the late war, for want whereof they cannot make up their account; and praying that their said musters may be allowed. Money Book XV, p. 426. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 354.
Royal warrant dated Kensington to the Lords Justices of Ireland to pay to Col. Robert Freke (incorporated with Major General Erle's Regiment) what is due to make up his subsistence as Lieut. Col. into 7s. a day from the time of the said Regiment coming on to the Irish Establishment. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 130.
June 11.Royal letters patent dated Kensington granting provision to Theobald Townson, William Taunton, William Harding and Richard Bury for the inhabitants of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis Co. Dorset to have the stones of an old blockhouse called Sandfort Castle belonging to the King near the said town (which is only a heap of rubbish and decayed walls, not having been inhabited for many years) to be used towards the building of their bridge, the town being very poor and at great yearly charge for the preservation of their harbour, the said bridge being now ruinous and unsafe for passengers, to the sensible decay of their trade. King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 71.
Royal sign manual dated Kensington for 1000l. to William Blathwayte for his service in attending the King as Secretary of State in his Majesty's progress into Holland in 1700. (Money warrant dated June 16 hereon.) (Money order dated June 16 hereon.) Ibid., p. 74. Money Book XV, p. 424. Order Book V, p. 275. Disposition Book XV, p. 284.
William Lowndes to Mr. Vanbrugh to lay before the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital John Warner's petition supra Tr. Cal. XIV, p. 360. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 353.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of items ut supra Vol. XVI, p. 275 in order to a lease to Jasper English.
Prefixing: said Surveyor's report dated 4 June on English's petition for same. Pursuant to your Lordship's direction signified by Mr. Lowndes's letter of the 30th of the last month supra p. 275 I have revised my former report on the petition of Mr. English for an equivalent to be granted to him in lieu of certain lands which he has surrendered to his Majesty at Hampton Court; and I have made a computation of the value as well of what Mr. English hath surrendered or is to surrender as of the particulars he desires in lieu thereof: viz. as follows:
The meadows under the House Park at Hampton Court containing 90 acres were held by a lease from Mr. Yonge made in 1688 (confirmed by the Duke of Northumberland in 1696) whereby Mr. English had a title for the lives of the Duchess of Cleveland and Duke of Northumberland at 90l. per an. and 40 loads of hay. The lessee had also liberty granted him of towing barges with horses on the bank of those meadows: petitioner has been at great cost in draining and improving the soil and in embanking and preserving the same from being drowned as they were frequently heretofore by Thames floods: and his Majesty having of late been often at Hampton Court I believe the price of manure may be cheaper and hay and pasture there yield a better price to the petitioner than formerly; so that probably he might now have reasonably expected to make at least 80l. per an. profit by that lease which he has surrendered to his Majesty.
I think the interest which he had therein (together with two other meadows containing 14 acres held for the same two lives in reversion of Mr. Yonge at the annual rent of 10 load of hay, which meadows are now also surrendered) may be valued at 800l.
Mr. English has an interest (by an Exchequer lease) in 13 acres of meadow, part of the premises: which he is also to surrender: being included in the aforegoing valuation.
Mr. English desires in lieu hereof that two acres next the river may be fenced off from the rest of the said 13 acres meadow and continued to him with such small part of the bank of the great meadow as is now used for the conveniency of towing barges with horses. This bargeway is in his Exchequer lease: and I think if your Lordships please on surrender of that lease to re-grant him the said 2 acres and the rest of the said bargeway and pass the same for the term of 71 years as desired it may be worth 140l.
Memorandum: the greatest part of the bargeway is over some copyhold lands in which the petitioner hath the inheritance.
The house called the Toy lately rebuilt at petitioner's great charge and now let for 80l. per an. certain and 50s. a week more when the Court is there, is held for 37 years at 20l. per an. payable to the Housekeeper [of Hampton Court Palace]. For the additional term desired I account this to be worth 420l.
The piece of ground now in the said Exchequer lease situate near the Mitre Tavern and adjoining the Underkeeper's lodging contains 60 feet in length by 40 feet in breadth whereon an old ruined stable lately stood. This is held for 37 years to come with the Toy. For the petitioner's encouragement to erect buildings for necessary offices to the Court he desires that this ground may be enlarged to 156 feet by 50 feet extending from the Mitre Tavern to Hampton Court Green: on which [extra] ground are some old ruinous buildings. I account this worth 250l. considering the situation and that now since the re-edifying the Palace at Hampton Court it may be esteemed building ground.
Thus the full total of what petitioner desires comes to 810l. as against 800l. compensation for his meadows. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, pp. 62–63.
June 11.Royal warrant dated Kensington to the Lords Justices of Ireland to insert in the Civil List of Ireland the salary of 200l. per an. for Elias Bouhereau as Library Keeper at Dublin; the Lords Justices having represented that there is no public library in Ireland and that such would be a common benefit and encouragement to learning and in order thereto the Archbishop of Dublin intended to give a good quantity of books and the said Bouhereau also has a collection of books valued at 500l. which he is willing to put into the said library. The said salary is to cease when Bouhereau shall be provided with the place of Treasurer or Chantor of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, Dublin. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, pp. 125–125b.
June 11.Same to same to insert on the list of Reformed [or Half] Pay of the Military Establishment of Ireland an allowance of 2s. 6d. a day to Robert Flaharty as a Reformed Cornet of Horse. Ibid., p. 126.
Same to same for a great seal to rectify the mistakes in the grant of 7 Nov. 1684 from Charles II to the bishop of Ossory of divers forfeited impropriations for the use of the clergy thereof and to exonerate and discharge the Bishop of Ossory and the clergy of his diocese from paying other or greater rents to the King than they ought to pay: the rents reserved in the said grant having been according to the value of Irish money and one fifth part increase added thereto, which rents ought to have heen reduced to sterling money and certified accordingly.
Appending: detailed schedule of said impropriations being 19 items in the county of Kilkenny.
Irish money rents mistaken in the patent being in each case the old rent plus one fifth added.Sterling money what the rent ought to be being in each case the old rent plus one fifth added.
Co. Kilkenny. £s.d.£s.d.
tithes of corn of the town of Terpoint [Jerpoint]71205140
ditto of the town of Ballylinch5403180
tithes and alterages of Bawne [Baun] alias Balknow01600120
tithes of Molgrange [Woolengrange]2801160
tithes of the town of Grangelegan [Legan]2160220
tithes of the town of Blackrath2801160
tithes of the town of Dunbill [Dunbell]1200900
tithes of the Grange of Killrye [Kilree]61204190
tithes of Grangecleran alias Grangeleran and Garan [Garranamanagh]2001100
tithes of Mocktown alias Rathbin [Maddockstown alias Rathlin]31202140
Rectory of Rowers [Rower]1200900
tithes of Great Burgage [Borrismore]01600120
Rectory of Shankill41603120
tithe corn and hay of Galmoy and Glashare201601380
two thirds of Rectory of Dungarvan with mansion house and glebe land174012120
Rectory of Kilcolumb alias Collumb19401480
two thirds of tithes and alterages of the Rectory of Tidoun [Fidoun]170011170
Rectory of Kilcloan alias Kilclogan31202140
Rectory of Kilbridge [Kilbride]01600120
141120102160
Ibid., pp. 140–1.
June 13.Royal warrant dated Kensington for 429l. 18s. 9d. to William Blathwayt: without account: for disbursements in the King's service last summer in Holland. (Money warrant dated June 17 hereon.) (Money order dated June 19 hereon.)
Followed by: bill of said disbursements for the Secretary's Office in Holland anno 1700.
£s.d.
paid at several times for postage of letters, expenses &c.460
to Skeltus for stationery ware at the Hague1129
paid the Post master at Zwoll1689
for a velvet bag for the Czar of Muscovy's letter280
paid Mr. Bilderbecqu's disbursements for the King at Cologne5146
paid Mr. Chaumont for the like disbursements at Brussels3160
paid by the King's order to the Express who brought the news of the Peace in the North from Mr. Cresset5000
paid to several persons by order7070
paid to Mr. Rosendael by order the balance of his account for the prisoners at Arnhem above the sum received at the Treasury3560
paid more to two Correspondents20000
£429189
King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 73. Order Book V, p. 277. Disposition Book XV, p. 284.
Treasury warrant to Auditor Brooke Bridges to allow in account to the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills the sum of 2204l. 13s. 1½d. paid by them for contingencies from 1697 April 27 to 1699 April 27 for which no other voucher than their oath is produced.
Appending: statement of said contingencies including 75l. 17s. 9d. for the loss on 3035½ guineas received at 22s. each and issued at 21s. 6d. each; 168l. 0s. 6d. for the use of rooms and other charges in taking the subscriptions; 30l. to Mr. Howgood and Mr. Parrott as clerks; 130l. 15s. 3½d. for stationery wares before the Trustees were supplied by the Usher of the Exchequer; 149l. 7s. 2d. to a housekeeper and gardener; 133l. 0s. 6d. for new year's gifts, poor rates &c.; 57l. 10s. 5d. for charges relating to the counterfeiters of Exchequer Bills; 26l. 11s. 6d. for law charges and for copies of papers delivered to the House of Commons relating to Mr. Knight, Mr. Burton and Mr. Marryott; 200l. to the Auditor for auditing "this" account; 200l. to Mr. Herne, secretary and accomptant, for coach hire and other expenses and for his extraordinary services in taking subscriptions and receiving and paying the money directed for premiums and other services; 54l. 14s. 4d. for fees at the Treasury and Exchequer for entering warrants and Instructions; 165l. 19s. 6d. for fees at the Treasury on [money] warrants; 536l. 4s. 0d. to the Auditor of the Exchequer, Clerk of the Pells and Tellers for their fees on money directed for salaries; 61l. 10s. 0d. for taxes on under officers' salaries. Money Book XV, pp. 426–7.
June 13.Letter of direction for 3418l. 3s. 0d. to the Treasurer of the Chamber to be applied to the several persons as below (who are now appointed to attend the King into Holland this summer) as in satisfaction of their travelling charges in their attendance on the King there in 1699 and 1700: and including 300l. to be paid over to three Messengers [of the Chamber] to wit Collins, Fry and Grice, for their bills of travelling charges: they being likewise appointed to attend the King into Holland.
Appending: schedule of said officers: see infra, p. 447, Appendix No. II. Disposition Book XV, pp. 282–3.
William Lowndes to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Capt. Perkins Vaughan for taking off the respits on him and his Company whilst they were prisoners in France. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 353.
Same to Mr. Borrett to recommend the Commissioners for the Redemption of Captives to assist Robert Johnson to obtain some reward for detecting the frauds committed by Lord Widdrington's agents ut supra p. 275 in obtaining a brief for 6000l. loss as sustained from French privateers. Ibid., p. 354.
Treasury warrant to the Excise Commissioners to stay process against Elizabeth Clarke and the sureties of her late husband Thomas Clarke of the City of Hereford on his debt to the King as late a Collector of Excise. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 83.
June 14.Letter of direction for 300l. to William Lowndes for Secret Service. Disposition Book XV, p. 281.
William Lowndes to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of innkeepers and traders of Coventry for relief, Lieut. Col. Roger Pope's Troop in the Earl of Arran's Regiment having been quartered on them for about two years and then marched to Ireland without paying their quarters. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 353.
Same to Auditor Shales to prepare for declaration the enclosed account [missing] of William Hayhurst, late Receiver of Crown Lands in Lancashire, Westmorland and Cumberland. Ibid.