Warrants etc
November 1701, 16-30

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'Warrants etc: November 1701, 16-30', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 394-408. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83323 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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November 1701, 16-30

Nov. 17.Money warrant for 120l. to the executors of Ann Goulding for one year to 1696 June 24 on her pension. Money Book XV, p. 541b.
Letter of direction for 29685l. 6s. 4¾d. to the Navy: out of loans on the last part of the 3700l. per week: to be applied as follows:
£s.d.
for the Course and is to be placed to the head of Wear and Tear5000
for the Ordinary of the Navy5000
for wages to seamen196856
Disposition Book XV, p. 335.
William Lowndes to the Navy Commissioners. The direction as by my letter of Dec. 6 last supra p. 167 having been deferred until this time you are now directed to pay and apply the tallies and orders for 32331l. 6s. 3d. on the 3s. Aid towards discharging the debt on bills registered in the Navy Office on the Second Book, the interest thereon to be made principal until the 14th inst. Ibid., p. 336.
Same to Mr. Papillon to attend my Lords on the Navy Commissioners' letter that you have not duly charged yourself with 219l. 13s. 0d. in the front of your ledger for 1697 for interest received on Victualling tallies and orders. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 476.
Same to the Navy Commissioners to satisfy (out of the 5000l. directed to the Navy this day) the debt due to the executrix of Sir Peter Paravicene on a bill registered in course to pay off a mortgage which he had upon the Navy Office. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Abraham Chambers as a landwaiter London port loco his uncle Nicholas Wanley who is rendered very infirm by an asthma.
John Browne (one of the reduced number of extraordinary tidesmen London port) as a tidesman in the inferior list ibid loco William Wilkinson deceased. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, pp. 149, 149b.
Nov. 17.Treasury subscription for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant to the Master of the Great Wardrobe for the delivery of furniture, detailed, for his Majesty's yacht Charlott Capt. Macks commander, viz. bedding &c. for the Bedchamber; tables, chairs, &c.; beds for the cabins and State room and Gun room and Captain's cabin; one close stool; beds for 6 officers' cabins; 12 chamber pots, &c. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 141.
The Treasury Lords to the Lord Lieut. of Ireland to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Thomas Malherbe and 5 others for the transfer of their pensions to the Irish Establishment. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 180.
Nov. 18.Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal for a grant to Benjamin Jackson of the office or place of Master Mason to the Works loco John Oliver lately deceased. King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 122.
Same dated same to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal to discharge Robert, Lord Lexinton from the plate delivered to him out of the Jewel Office by indenture dated 1697 April 19 as one of the Ambassadors for the General Treaty, being 5893 ounces of white plate and 1066 ounces of gilt plate. Ibid., p. 123.
Same dated same to the Postmasters General from Dec. 25 next to cause the English and foreign port of all letters sent from England to Scotland and also the Secretaries of State's packets to be paid at Berwick by the Post renters of Scotland: all by reason of the difficulty which is found in obtaining the money due to the King for the postage of such letters and that the Post renters of Scotland use all endeavours to evade the paying thereof and particularly by pretending to defalcations for packets and expresses of the Secretary of State contrary to the late Queen's warrant of 1693 July 21 and to the condition upon which the port of letters betwixt Berwick and Edinburgh was to be accounted for to the Treasury of Scotland: and it further appearing that the Post Office at Edinburgh is by order of the Treasury there about to be let to farm. Ibid., p. 124.
Royal sign manual dated same for 20,000l. to William Lowndes for Secret service. (Money warrant dated Nov. 21 hereon.) (Money order dated Dec. 2 hereon.) Ibid., p. 125. Order Book V, p. 322.
Same dated same for 30000l. to Mr. Casper Frederick Henning for the Privy Purse: without account. (Money warrant dated Nov. 21 hereon.) (Money order dated Dec. 3 hereon.) King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 126. Order Book V, p. 324.
Money warrant for 589l. 17s. 11¾d. to Henry, Earl of Galway for 81 days April 4 last to June 24 last on his pension of 1250l. per an. and for the succeeding quarter thereon. (Money order dated Dec. 10 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 518. Order Book V, p. 325.
Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to augment the salaries to the Barrackmasters Ireland from 36l. 10s. 0d. to 50l. per an. each and to apply the saving on 9836l. 10s. 0d. money established for fire and candle, &c. to the most proper uses: it appearing from the said Lord Lieutenant's letter of 9 Oct. last that there are 12 Horse barracks wanting besides those ordered to be built and that for the Foot there are 81 barracks and redoubts more than the number of Companies to be quartered: eight of the nine Foot barracks are hereby not to be proceeded in and the charge thereof is to be applied to building stables for horses to 12 of the Foot barracks. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 176–7.
Nov. 18.Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to rectify mistakes detailed in the Irish Establishment viz., omissions of salaries and pensions therefrom detailed (17 items in the Civil List and one item in the Military List, totalling 1303l. per an.): which salaries and pensions are hereby to commence from Aug. 1 last. The said omissions, which are hereby to be repaired, were due to the allowances having been granted by particular letters from the King since the 1st May, 1699) being the commencement of the last Establishment) and no notice was taken of them before the present Establishment was made, which was the occasion of their being omitted: all as follows viz.
within the Civil List.per an.
£s.d.
Auditor General for transmitting accounts yearly into England50
second Serjeant-at-Arms50
Capt. James Waller200
Elias Bouhereau200
Jean La Caudiere, additional allowance73
Josias de la Mothe45126
Jervaisotte, Lieut. in Sanderson's Regiment36100
De la Bouchetiere36100
Bonniface926
La Sautiere54150
Dagos, a Reformed Captain45126
Chabrolle, formerly at 6s. a day now45126
Ann Albertine du Passy73
La Land, a Lieutenant36100
Dubuc, a Lieut.36100
Saubergue, a Lieut.36100
Collombier, a Lieut.36100
Serville2776
Beaufort2776
within the Military List.
Lord Blayney in lease of his Government of Sligo182100
£1303
Ibid., pp, 178–9.
Nov. 19.William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners to hasten their report on the petition of Deane Monteage, late of London merchant and John Monteage his brother: and meantime to stop process against them. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 476.
Same to same to threaten process against such importers of wines from St. Sebastian as have not paid their compositions. Ibid.
Nov. 19.Same to same to comply with the enclosed memorial [missing] of the Excise Commissioners concerning 2 great seizures of brandy by them at Great Yarmouth and Ramsgate. Ibid.
The Treasury Lords to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland enclosing the above 2 royal warrants of the 18th inst. supra p. 395–6. As to the reward proposed for Mr. Kennedy for discovery of forfeitures in 1641 we have signed a warrant for same and due encouragement will be given for such discoveries. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 179.
Nov. 21.Treasury allowance of the 1701 Sept. 29 quarter's incidents bill of the Salt Office (total 224l. 14s. 9d.) and of the Excise Office (total 981l. 17s. 3d.). Money Book XV, p. 518.
Treasury warrant to the Commissioners of Stamped Paper to refund the assessments in respect of the 3s. Aid of last Sessions 12–13 Wm. III c. 10 to Stamps officers of under 50l. per an. salary. Ibid., p. 519.
Nov. 21, 24, 27, Dec. 29.Same dormant to the Receiver of the Duties on Marriages and on Houses for Co. Somerset to pay the salary of 80l. per an. to Edmund Carent as Surveyor of said Duties loco John Pitman: as from Sept. 29 last.
to the Receiver of Co. Northumberland to pay the salary of 70l. per an. to John Langley as surveyor of said Duties loco Robert Cole dismissed.
to the Receiver of Co. Stafford to pay the salary of 70l. per an. to Edward Corbett as same.
to the Receiver of Co. Denbigh to pay the salary of 50l. per an. to James Jones as a same from Sept. 29 last.
to ditto for Co. Huntingdon for the salary of 40l. per an. to Thomas Jeay as a same from Sept. 29 last.
to ditto for Co. Leicester for 70l. per an. to William Draycott as a same from Nov. 21 inst.
to ditto for Co. Lincoln for 60l. per an. to George Chappell as a same from Sept. 29 last.
to ditto for Co. Stafford for 70l. per an. to John Yapp as a same: from June 24 last.
to ditto for the City of London for 50l. per an. to John Coker as a same: from Sept. 29 last. Ibid., pp. 520, 521.
Money warrant for 745l. 8s. 0d. to James Cressett for 6 months' extraordinaries 1699–1700 March 12 to 1700 Sept. 12 as Envoy Extraordinary to the Princes of Brunswick and Luneburg. (Money order dated Nov. 26 hereon.) Ibid., p. 524. Order Book XV, p. 323.
Same for 1397l. 10s. 0d. to Charles, Earl of Manchester for 3 bills of extraordinaries 1699–1700 March 1 to 1700 Dec. 1 as Ambassador Extraordinary to France. (Money order ut supra.) Money Book XV, p. 524. Order Book V, p. 323.
Same for 124l. 11s. 8d.. to William Young for half a year to Sept. 29 last on his annuity. Money Book XV, p. 533.
Nov. 21.William Lowndes to the Paymaster of the Works to pay to Michael Studholme the 680l. 7s. 10d. ut supra p. 392 as in full (with 680l. formerly issued) of 1360l. 7s. 10d. for repairs of the King's Ways to Kensington and of the road in Bushey Park and Sandy Lane at Hampton Court. Disposition Book XV, p. 337.
Letter of direction for 138l. 1s. 6d. to the Earl of Ranelagh; to be paid to Thomas, Lord Fairfax, executor of the late Lord Culpeper for so much due for 1698–9 Jan. 1 to 1699 March 25 on his 600l. per an. compensation for his rents and profits in Virginia. Ibid., p. 13.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ James Rhodes as collector, waiter and searcher at Shoreham loco Samuel Bincks, preferred to be collector of Chichester.
Andrew Wyatt as tidesman at Whitby loco Christopher Wright dismissed.
— Wilkins as waiter and searcher at Blythnook loco Lancelot Orde dismissed.
Samuel Binke as collector of Chichester and one of the supervisors of the riding officers for the wool business loco James Whitwood deceased.
John Bulman (one of the waiters at Shields) to be removed to be tidesurveyor at Newcastle and to act alternately by tides (in the river only) with the present Surveyor of Newcastle. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 149b.
Treasury reference to Auditor Shales of the petition of William Bayley for the place of Supervisor of the County of Chester loco Mr. Boden (worth 13l. 6s. 8d. per an.), Messenger and Cryer of the Exchequer at Chester loco John Best (worth 7l. 15s. 0d. per an.), Messenger to the Auditor and Receiver of North Wales loco Mr. Hudson (worth 5l. per an,) and Surveyor of the Works and Master Mason of Chester (worth 14l. 13s. 9d. per an.). Reference Book VII, p. 441.
Same to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of Francis Partis, Mathias Partis and John Wooseley merchants, for leave to compound their debt of 6726l. 13s. 4d. for salt Duty, they being very poor and unable to pay. Ibid.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of the owners of the ship Chambers for return of 200l. seized by Mr. Williamson, a Customs officer, same being intended not for export but only for paying the carpenters and fitters. Ibid.
Same to same of the petition of Christopher Tower for an allowance for collecting the Duty of 15 per cent. on muslins, wrought silk &c. from India, for which he has had no allowance or profit. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of the Hundred of Bucklow in Cheshire in order to a lease thereof to John Egerton for the lives of himself and his brothers Thomas and William.
Prefixing: said Surveyor's report on said Egerton's petition. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 144.
Nov. 21.Same to Auditor Henry Shales to discharge John Astell of the arrears of rent due before 1700 Sept. 29 for lands in Pembroke, part of the forfeited estate of Edward, Lord Griffin attainted for treason: said arrears having been paid to John Stone the said Lord Griffin's steward. Ibid., p. 148.
William Lowndes to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland for a fresh report on the case of Mris. Boyle whose late husband Edward Boyle, collector of Skibbereen, was plundered of 300l. six years since by a multitude of Tories. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 180.
Nov. 23.Treasury warrant to Edward Northey Esq., Attorney General, to stay process against the merchants who have come to a composition for importing wines from St. Sebastian in 1699.
Appending: list of said merchants (30 names in all viz. Thomas Weedon, William Lewen, John and Ezekiell Hall, John Hannet, Robert Rigden, George Grabhan, Jacques Ganvales, Joseph Moore, John James David, Samuell Bennet, Samuell Eyres, John and Nathaniel Matson, John Van Hatton, Thomas Tonkins, Richard Bennet, Isaac Richasey, Hugh Redman, Tobias Bowles, Aron Devile, Thomas Thomas, John Lambert, Thomas Tonkins, William Butler, Robert Jeffs, Elias Dupuy, Cornelius Dennis, Simon Francia, Derick Vanderstegen, Bartho[lomew] Palmer, Stephen Creagh). Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 143.
Nov. 24.Same to the Trustees for exchanging Exchequer Bills to apply 1722l. 1s. 0d. (part of 19,000l. imprested to you at the Exchequer) in paying the salaries of yourselves and officers and incidents &c. for half a year from 1701 April 27 to Oct. 27 last.
Appending: detailed list of said salaries &c. viz. 8 Trustees, 14 officers and clerks, and divers extra clerks. Money Book XV, pp. 524–5.
William Glanvill (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the [Principal] Officers of the Mint to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Richard Clarke. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 477.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to present fit persons for the better guard of the northern ports from Newcastle to Bridlington as proposed by Mr. Manly on his visitation of the said ports. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 149b.
Same to same to provide 2 vessels of 6 or 7 tons each for the better guard of the coast of Cockbush and Langston in place of the old and unfit boats there and to present an additional boatman and 2 tidesmen and boatmen instead of the extraordinary tidesmen which are occasionally hired for ships delivering in the port of Chichester. Ibid., p. 150.
Nov. 25.William Lowndes to the Master of the Jewel Office for an account of the several indentures for plate delivered out of your Office. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 477.
Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of Elizabeth Clark, widow of Thomas Clark, late collector of Excise in Cos. Hereford and Worcester for leave to compound her husband's debt to the King. Reference Book VII, p. 441.
Nov. 25,Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Samuel Child and John Nuthall proposing a change in their sureties as Receivers of Taxes for Co. Surrey. Reference Book VII, p. 442.
Nov. 26.Money warrant for 285l. 2s. 6d. to Gilbert, bishop of Sarum for half a year to 1701 Sept. 29 on the annuity for the support of the Order of the Garter. (Money order dated Dec. 16 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 518. Order Book V, p. 329.
Nov. 28.Same for 100l. to Henry Killigrew as royal bounty: to be satisfied by 4l. a week from Dec. 10 next and to be paid to said Killigrew himself and not to any assignee. (Money order dated Dec. 18 hereon. In the margin: a later confirmation by Treasurer Godolphin dated 1702 May 5.) Money Book XV, p. 526. Order Book V, p. 330.
Treasury warrant to Edward Nicholas to pay and apply 9099l. 10s. 4d. to the late Queen's servants and charities for half a year to Xmas 1699 or for other periods detailed.
Appending: detailed schedule of said Queen's servants and charities and list of her poor pensioners.
A schedule of the late Queen's Servants and Charities for half a year to Xmas 1699.
£s.d.
[Servants].
Sir William Trumbull, half a year to Xmas 1699600
George Sayers, Vice Chamberlain250
Edward Nicholas, Treasurer200
Phillip Bertie, one of the Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber100
Oliver D' La Muce, a ditto100
Sir John Osborne, a ditto100
George Watson, Esq., Cupbearer16134
Cha. Nicholas Eyre Esq., one of the Carvers16134
Thomas Lister, a ditto16134
Henry Mordant Esq., one of the Sewers16134
Edward Heron, the other ditto16134
Henry Bulstrode Esq., one of the Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters75
John Reni Montigney, a ditto75
Edward Lloyd, a ditto75
William Olds, Esq., one of the Gentlemen Ushers Quarter Waiters37100
Thomas Paltock, a ditto37100
Simon Archer, a ditto37100
Robert Bowes, a ditto37100
John Marsh, one of the Grooms of the Privy Chamber30
Thomas Herbert, a ditto30
Thomas Perry, a ditto30
Bernard Gates, one of the Pages of the Presence30
Abraham Kemp, a ditto20
John Keydall, Page of the Robes35
Peter van Lewin, one of the Pages of the Backstairs40
Daniel Poulce, a ditto40
Hamlet Kirke, a ditto40
Richard Bradley, a ditto40
John Vickers, one of the Grooms of the Great Chamber20
Rowland Peirce, a ditto20
Mathew Clark, a ditto20
Simon Douglas, a ditto20
Anthony Dagley, a ditto20
Mrs. Steward Walbur Howard, one of the Maids of Honour100
Mrs. Eliza[beth] Mohun, a ditto120
Mrs. Mary Berkeley, a ditto100
Mrs. Dorothy Cason, one of the Women of the Bedchamber150
Mrs. Rachell Windham, a ditto150
Mrs. Martha Lockhart, a ditto150
Mrs. Eliza[beth] Worthington, Laundress75
Mrs. Dorothy Ireland, Sempstress75
Eliza[beth] Wile, one of the Necessary Women25
Margaret Wood, a ditto20
David Harris, Porter of the Backstairs20
Edward Clark, Auditor50
Daniel Moreau, Secretary's Clerk50
Edward Godfrey, Treasurer's Clerk50
Charles Golstein, one of the Equeries110
Charles May, a ditto110
Henry Killigrew, a ditto110
John Brockhuisen Esq., one of the Pages of Honour50
William Franckland, a ditto50
Wesell Boshoff, one of the Coachmen2876
Christo[pher] Ronch, a ditto2876
Harman Vansull, a ditto2876
Lenord Snellart, a ditto2876
John Catchlove, a ditto2876
Jacob Joyce, one of the Postillions926
Thomas Palmer, a ditto926
David Havard, a ditto926
Richard Cowlyn, a ditto926
James Smallbone, a ditto926
Samuell Clark, one of the Footmen26100
John Tranter, a ditto26100
Benja[min] Booth, a ditto26100
Robert Howe, a ditto26100
Isaac Graffart, a ditto26100
Jacob Vinck, a ditto26100
Jacob Van Wostein, a ditto26100
Benja[min] Ramsey, a ditto26100
Heyman Brewner, a ditto26100
Richard Littlehales, a ditto26100
Henry Gardie [the] Bottleman25
Christopher] Harell, Esq., Apothecary100
Mrs. Susan Barry20
Mrs. Mary Lee25
Mrs. Katha[rine] Seigler and Mrs. Ursula Seigler each30
Executor of Margret Burges in part of her arrears to Midsummer, 170025
Daniel Marot37100
Executors of Mrs. Langford in part of her arrears to Lady day 1700100
Eliza[beth] Worsupp10
Frances Plunket15
Eleanor Ross10
Frances Barrow and Mary Ashton, each15
Jane Doule10
Robert Astrey12
Peter de La Touch50
William Kempe and Robert Clark, each5
Edward Pauncefort, Purveyor20
John Lauze, Yeoman of the Stirrup50
Thomas Smith, Yeoman of the Carriage9
Thomas Chamberlaine, one of the Chairmen18
Benj[amin] Cotton, a ditto18
Osweld Fawne, a ditto18
John Vansull, one of the Grooms20
Thomas Milett, a ditto20
Christopher Hill, Master of the Barges25
ditto for 24 Watermen37100
John Haley, a Messenger51010
Charles Bint, a ditto5100
William James5
total of the late Queen's servants5031184
a List of her late Majesty's Charities.
for the poor pensioners and petitioners of her Majesty's ordinary charities paid by the hands of my Lord Almoner: that is to cease from 1700 Xmas: and is for half a year to Lady day 1700400
for the Vaudois Ministers the like [half year]212100
the School of Offenbach, the like15
Mrs. Keightley, the like100
Mr. Sherman20
Mrs. Dartiquenave10
Mrs. Heywood5
the Lady Dorothy Burgh's executors the like, being in part of what is due to the time of her death50
Mrs. Torway, the like [half year]25
Mrs. L' Aisnee and Mrs. Verboon, each10
Mrs. Banister20
Mr. Gaffarelli, Mr. David, Mr. Hartman's son, each10
to the hands of Madame Auverquer80
the Bishop of London for the Ministers in New England50
for Mrs. Mary Lee11100
Mrs. Hannah Manning, Mrs. Mary Doyley, alias Waller and Lady Prestwich, each20
Thomas Lewin, Alice Antwine and Mrs. Mary Clark, each10
Mary Schouten3
Mary Gates for the Turkish children40
executors of Monsieur De Villeneuve, who died in Oct. 1700: in part of what is due on 50l. per an. to Michaelmas 170025
Mrs. Nanny25
rent of Mr. Nevill's house10
Margret Harris6
William Worthington15
David Harris's child8
rent of Mr. Gilbert's house18
Eliza[beth] Clark5
Richard Steward15
Mr. La Fountain for Harmen's children for half a year to Michaelmas 169920
Mr. Haughton's daughter Tabith, for half a year to Lady day 17005
Marquis de la Muce's sister33
Ann Donnavant11
Mr. Sparrow's daughter17120
Mrs. Joyce Greeting; George Holder, each11
Sarija Heremmer6120
the Dutch and French Church [in London]8160
Sarah Miller6
Eliza[beth] Lennep10
Margret Stephens6120
Eliza[beth] Duke2
Ann Gourney; Margret Barker, each10
Edward Laney30
Mr. Millard for Monsieur Brassley's children22
The following 27 items are to be returned to [or forwarded through the hands of] Mijn Heer Van Schuylenburgh.
for the Society of French Gentlewomen at the Hague100
Monsieur and Madam D' Leslie25
Mademoiselle D' Pardaillon15
Mademoiselle de Vittenvalle15
Mademoiselle de Languereque25
Peter Loots20
Jaques Crevemore, Antho D' Young; Joost Verkuylen; Mary Johnson, each15
Antho Casson12100
Bernardine Barnes2100
Matchen Witz huysen15
Mr. Nevilt20
the Turkish woman7100
Geertie de Hounsterdyke [Hounslerdijck]5
Madame de Renvelle4100
Old Beatrix2100
the widow Paul7100
Lieut. Wolfe's widow5
Madame de Montgomery15100
Mes Dames [Mesdames] de Stirum50
Gabriel Bourcour; John Willens, each20
Lambert Van Dalen15
Barbara Wilkins12100
Mrs. Keysers12100
to be paid to Edward Nicholas, Esq.
to be returned to Mr. Arnaud50
for the French Officers' widows, orphans and refugees: being in all 51 families500
for Mes Dames de Marancie35
for Madame de la Barr13140
Mr. Cawthorn, Minister of Hampton Court, a year to Lady day 170050
Mr. Lany, for the sermons at Kensington, a year to same time20
the poor of Kensington, half a year to Lady day 170012100
a Frenchwoman to teach children: called Jacqueline8100
Mr. Bee for 3 ladies at Twickenham15
the widow Cunningham10
Ruth Yates5
Mrs. Haughton's son6
Mr. John Smith6100
the English Church at the Hague half a year to Michaelmas 169915
Mrs. Ann Franklin, half a year to Lady day 1700105
Lord Mordington55
ditto for house rent14100
Madame de Venneville24150
Monsieur and Madame D'Hospitall25
Mrs. Johanna Hilsley2680
Madame Justell30
Monsieur Bertheau50
Eliza[beth] Lord2150
Rowland Brock5100
La[dy] Elphinston50
Mrs. Frances Roche5
Mrs. Katherine Russell12100
Lady Rookesby33
widow Whalley13150
Sarah Browne5100
Lady Hamilton22
Mrs. Killegrew1340
Mrs. Warcup13150
Monsieur Ronsell20
Lady Slingsby5100
Mrs. Steward11
Mrs. Frances Abell3170
Widow Macdonnell13150
Lady Douglas for herself25
ditto for her daughter10
Mrs. Kath[erine] Dives13
Mrs. Deborah Roleston13
Mrs. Sarah Bridgeman13
Mr. John Conway11
Mrs. Eleanor Franklin which is to cease from Xmas 1699: a quarter10
Monsieur D' La Crosit half a year to Lady day day 170010
Mrs. Magdalen Cunningham25
Mr. Gregory Gennine15
Dame Francis [Frances] Russell50
Mrs. Mary Marshall30
Frances Ireland25
Charles Elphinstone50
Monsieur La Vassur30
Sarah Ross15
Mrs. Largere30
Mrs. Belford16100
Widow St. Helen; Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Acere; Eliza[beth] Perigret each10
Mrs. Ann Marriot; Susanna Benson, each25
Eliza[beth] Mac Cracken; Kath[arine] Harlockkenden; Ann Richbell, each20
Sarah Oakover10
Frances Mackenzie20
Walter Ralegh Esq., half a year to Xmas 170050
Lord Bophin's two sons to Michaelmas 1701100
the French Minister of Greenwich half a year to Michaelmas 169920
total of the late Queen's Charities4067120
total of Servants and Charities, 9099l. 10s. 4d.
Followed by:
Separate Treasury warrant to Edward Nicholas to pay the following list of Poor Pensioners amounting to 1236l. in all: pursuant to the King's pleasure signified to the Treasury Lords and as of his Majesty's free gift and royal bounty: viz.
£
Arabella Hunt50
Alice King75
Ann Eden; Williamina Bunce, each50
Dame Sarah Newcomen; William Connyers, each25
Ann Fitzharris; Ellen Carlisle, each50
Mary Clinton25
Mary Stedman; Eliza[beth] Bedford; Margaret Whittle, each20
Mary Simpson; Martha Simpson, each25
Mary Michell10
Martha Frances25
Ann Goodman, Isabella Gillins, each10
Margret Morrison20
Rabsey Smithsby10
Elizabeth Reynolds5
Mary Watson; Ann Disney; Ursula Church; Dame Lunsford; Mary Bocock; Katherine Ironmonger each20
John Lee10
Mary Nevill; Sophia Nevill, each20
Susanna Woodward; Martha Bastin, each10
Hester D' Civill15
Mary Webster5
Martin Carbonnell; Mary Brincknall, each10
Nicholas Estoll25
Thomas Frye; Thomas Gummins; William Bawkham; Ann Head; Joan Mills; Katherine Roberts; Joance Launce; Susanna Clarke; widow Jennings; Jobe Atkins; Dame Eliza[beth] Lenthall; Eliza[beth] Richards, each5
Eliz[abeth] Loup10
Bevis Gough; Sarah Madge; Ann Silver; Richard Yates; Mary Leach; Katharine Tessin; Ann Hartwell; Margaret Marshall, each5
Margret Jolliffe; Eliz[abeth] Churchill, each10
John Stephens6
Magdalen Thomas; Ann Moody; Hester Walker, each5
Eleanor Pendrill10
Madlle. de Veil25
Mrs. Abernethy; Jane Pigott; Mrs. Sarah Hussey; Madlle. Du Bott; Madame de Chail; Madame de Barnier; Madame de Champiny; Madame de Verangeville, each10
Madame de Venevellas20
Mesdames Marmande10
Susanne Petit20
Isaac Bobin25
Mesdames de Alix20
Edward Cripps20
£1236
Money Book XV, pp. 526b–531.
Nov. 28.Money warrant for 40l. to Robert Bertie for one year to 1699 Xmas on the annuity payable to him during the life of Mrs. Cock. Ibid., p. 532.
Letter of direction for 7224l. 13s. 2d. to the Earl of Ranelagh: out of loans now in the Exchequer on the first part of the 3700l. per week: to be for the subsistence of the Troops in England, Jersey and Guernsey from Nov. 26 to Dec. 9 next. Disposition Book XV, p. 337.
Same for 7705l. 3s. 6d. to the Navy Treasurer: out of like loans: to be paid to Richard Povey, late Treasurer for Sick and Wounded, in part of the second sum of 20,000l. appropriated for Sick and Wounded. (William Lowndes to the Navy Commissioners to so pay same: to be applied for quarters and cure of Sick and Wounded as follows, viz.
£s.d.
at Deptford62646
at Gravesend257184
at Rochester350920
at Deal and Districts3311188
£770536
Disposition Book XVI, p. 1.
Nov. 28.Same for 10000l. to the Earl of Ranelagh: out of loans to be made by the Bank of England on the last part of the 3700l. per week: and to be applied towards the pay of the Forces sent to the assistance of the States General in further part of 181033l. 2s. 6d. appropriated for that service. Ibid., p. 2.
Same for 10335l. 10s. 4d. to Edward Nicholas: out of Civil List Funds: to be applied as follows
£s.d.
to pay 6 months on the salaries and allowances payable by him ut supra, p. 4059099104
for royal bounties as by a warrant in that behalf ut ibid1236
Ibid.
William Lowndes to Mr. Nicholas for a list of persons (who had pensions or allowances payable by you) who are dead or provided for or were directed to be left out of your Establishment. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 477.
Same to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Thomas Johnson and 4 others lately redeemed from slavery at Meknes, praying to be received into Chelsea Hospital. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of William Janson, late of Blythe Pans, Co. Durham [sic], salter, concerning his bond for 333l. 6s. 8d. for salt Duties on which he is prosecuted. Reference Book VII, p. 447.
Same to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands of the memorial of John Latton, steward of the manor of Richmond, concerning proposals by Richard Hawes junr., for a new lease of his Majesty's House and Gardens and Brewhouse now in said Hawes' occupation with leave to lay pipes from his brewhouse to the river through the slip of back meadow ground called the Friars and right of free passage from the Brewhouse Yard, as he now has, into the Friars, to the waterside to load beer and take in corn:
likewise of the desire of Mr. Smith for a term in the tenement in his possession at 6l. per an. rent and 3 old tenements next adjoining late in the possession of Mr. Eldridge, Joseph Rogers and Thomas Raier, the said 3 tenements being all old and very ruinous:
likewise of Sylvanus Lawrance for a lease of the old Barge House at 30s. per an. for 21 years; of which nothing has been made for many years and is much out of repair; and to take also the said slip of ground called the Fryers at 40s. per an. rent which now goes at but 20s. per an.; and to have free passage from any of his Majesty's Gardens or grounds thereon abutting and with like free passage to the tenants of Hawes' Brewhouse and the tenants of the house, coach house and gardens heretofore Holmewood's and late in the possession of Mrs. Hill, and the like free passage to the old ruinated building or shed called the Pumphouse:
likewise of Mrs. Darley for a term of 21 years in the little very old tenement in her possession at the present rent of 4l. per an.:
likewise of one Stone for a like term in a parcel of ground held by him of the Manor of Richmond lying in Shipperte [Shepperton] Mead Co. Midd. at 5l. per an. rent:
likewise of one Mr. Wood for a like term in a small tenement held by him at 40s. per an. rent. Reference Book VII, p. 445.
Nov. 28.Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of George Smyth, Polycarpus Dawkins and John Lowen concerning their surety for William Smyth, of London merchant, for Malaga wines imported. Ibid., p. 442.
Same to same of the petition of Antho. Meek who with Mr. Stockdall was one of the 5 undersearchers of London port, shewing that Stockdall has resigned; whereby the whole right of the patent descends to petitioner. Ibid.
Same to William Borrett one of the petition of Capt. Charles Newey praying remission of his fine and imprisonment for assaulting a constable. Ibid.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Edmund Themylthorpe, who 20 years since being an attorney at Norwich was employed by the Commissioners of the Wine Licence Office to let licences in Norwich and Norfolk under a promise from Mr. Brighouse, then a Commissioner, not to be answerable for more money than came to his hands; but he is now sued for losses from licences. Ibid., p. 443.
Same to Edward Northey Esqr., Attorney General, of the petition of Henry Bradshaw for a grant of outlawry debts of Robert Pulling obtained by petitioner in the Admiralty Court for a contract of land contrary to the form of several statutes. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to Auditor Done to prepare for declaration the account of Sir Charles Haddock and partners for victuals for the Garrison of Londonderry and for the army in Ireland for 3 months in 1689: total charge 40933l. 7s. 6d.; total discharge 40706l. 7s. 10d. Warrants not Relating to Money XVII, p. 147.
Nov. 29.Letter of direction for 11000l. to the Navy Treasurer; 6000l. thereof for Wages and Recalls; 5000l. for wages to ships: to be issued out of loans on the 3700l. per week, and out of the Additional Duties of 25 per cent. on French goods and the 22d. per pound weight on East India wrought silks. Disposition Book XVI, p. 11.