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'Entry Book: May 1682, 12-20', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 7: 1681-1685 (1916), pp. 465-476. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83835 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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May 1682

Date.Nature and Substance of the Entry.Reference.
May 12.Same to Visct, Falkland [Treasurer of the Navy]. The Treasury Lords have directed 1,000l. a week to the Victuallers of the Navy over and above the 1,000l. a week formerly paid them. This sum is to be issued out of the Exchequer to you [for them] towards satisfaction of the debt due to them from the King. You are to pay same [accordingly] till 20,000l. be satisfied, [you] taking in their imprests.Ibid, p. 442.
May 13.Royal warrant to the sheriff of co. Hereford to pay 50l. to Jeremiah Bubb, one of the Gentlemen Usher Quarter Waiters, for his own use as royal bounty, without account: the said sum being a fine which was imposed at a late assize in co. Hereford on Roger Beard, an attorney at law, as a common barreter which said fine is now in said sheriff's hands.King's Warrant Book IX, p. 14.
Royal sign manual for 300l. to Henry Guy for secret service, without account: to be issued on the 10,000l. dormant privy seal of April 12 last. (Money warrant dated May 16 hereon. Money order dated May 17 hereon.)Ibid, p. 15. Money Book III, p. 317. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
May 13.Royal sign manual for 390l. to Henry Guy for secret service without account: to be issued on the privy seal as above. (Money warrant dated May 16 hereon. Money order dated May 17 hereon.)King's Warrant Book IX, p. 15. Money Book III, p. 317. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
May 15.Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows out of such Customs money as is directed to be this week paid into the Exchequer, viz.:Disposition Book II, p. 144.
l.
to the Treasurer of the Navy for two weeks on the Navy money 5,000l., whereof 2,000l. is for the Victuallers5,000
to ditto for the Antelop600
to ditto for the Batchelor pink721
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance over and above the 500l. per week500
to the Privy Purse1,200
to me [Guy] for secret service in part of 600l.300
£8,321
May 16.Same to Sir Edmo. Turner. Send the Treasury Lords an account of the names of the several customers of the outports who collected the Coinage duty and the several sums by them respectively collected during the whole Act.Out Letters (General) VI, p. 435.
Same to Mr. Coryton. You are to pay your [lease] fine of 100l. forthwith into the Exchequer.Ibid, p. 436.
Same to the [Earl of Radnor] Lord President [of the Council]. The Treasury Lords think that the petition of the inhabitants of Penryn cannot well be heard till next term in regard the adjacent towns are to have notice of the meeting. Please appoint a convenient day in next term.Ibid.
Same to the Wine Licence Commissioners. Send the account of the Wine Licence revenue (ut supra, p. 465) on Saturday next, without further delay.Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to discharge (on the petition of Henry White) the seizure of the ship Deliverance of Ross in Ireland, now under seizure at Plymouth for a parcel of hides unshipped without warrant, same being done not by the proprietor but by a person who pretended to search for wool, and the vessel being bound for a foreign port and driven into Plymouth only by distress.Out Letters (Customs) VIII, p. 105.
Same to same to permit the export, Customs free, of six cows and one bull for the service of the Envoy of the King of Denmark.Ibid.
Money warrant for 313l. 4s. 3d. to William Blathwayte for 1680, Sept. 29 quarter, for the salaries and incidents of the Office of the Committee of Council for Trade and Plantations: being 100l. to Sir Philip Lloyd, Clerk of the Privy Council, 62l. 10s. 0d. to William Blathwaite and 25l. to same for two clerks and other items of salaries and incidents detailed (including the purchase of Bills of Rate and Price Current; and 5l. 5s. 0d. paid for the first and second volume of the English Atlas for the service of said Committee).Money Book III, pp. 311–12. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
Appending: bill of said salaries and incidents as certified 1680, Oct. 28, by said Blathwayt and five members of the Privy Council. (Money order dated May 18 hereon.)
May 16.Money warrant for 50l. to Gilbert Eagle, one of his Majesty's equerries, for 1679, Christmas quarter, on his payment of 50l. per an. in lieu of a house in the Mews, as the rest of the equerries do enjoy. (Money order dated May 17 hereon.)Money Book III, p. 313. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
Same for 18l. 5s. 0d. to Rebecca Low, relict of William Low, gent., late one of the Grooms of the Chamber to the Queen, being for half a year to 1675, Christmas, on his allowance of 2s. a day. (Money order dated May 17 hereon.)Money Book III, p. 313. Order Book XXXIX, p. 6.
Same for 540l. 4s. 8d. to Thomas Cheek, esq., now Lieutenant of the Tower of London, being for half a year to 1680, Sept. 29, upon the allowances of himself, the Gentleman Porter and 36 yeoman warders belonging to the Tower: as by two bills thereof signed by six Lords of the Privy Council. (Money order dated May 22 hereon.)Money Book III, p. 313. Order Book XXXIX, p. 7.
Same for 20l. to Robt. Swann for 1682, Lady day quarter, on the yearly sum of 80l. given him for his fidelity in securing his Majesty in his escape after the battle of Worcester. (Money order dated May 17 hereon.)Money Book III, p. 313. Order Book XXXIX, p. 6.
Same for 750l. to the Duke of Grafton for 1681, Sept. 29 quarter, on his pension.Money Book III, p. 314.
Same for 25l. to Thomas Doyly for last Lady day quarter, on his annuity.Ibid.
Same for the following sums to the King's falconers for half a year each on their respective fees, viz.: 32l. 10s. 0d. to George Russell as Serjeant of the Hawks, and 45l. 12s. 6d. as falconer; 40l. to Marmaduke Conway as falconer and spaniel keeper; 25l. 1s. 10¾d. each to Arthur Wichells, William Sakins, Andrew Holmes, Jno. Silvester and Silvanus Rowley; 25l. each to John Preston, Jno. Legg, William Poulton, James Russell and Peter Croles; 22l. each to Jno. Potter, Richard Edes, Abell Daniell, Thomas Dechamp and Thomas Duffield; 24l. 18s. 4d. to Geo. Russell, junr.; 19l. 0s. 2¾d. to William Russell; 15l. 19s. 4¾d. to John Osboldston. (Total, 538l. 9s. 11¼d.)Ibid, pp. 314–5.
Same for 62l. to Thomas Elliot, esq., Master of his Majesty's Harehounds; 50l. thereof as in full of 1679, Lady day quarter, and 12l. 10s. 0d. thereof as in part of 1679, Midsummer quarter, on his 500l. per an. as by the privy seal of 1677–8, Jan. 29, which granted him the said sum in lieu of all fees and allowances for the keeping of his Majesty's harehounds and all other charges incident thereto. (Money order dated May 17 hereon.)Ibid, p. 315. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
Same for 68l. 19s. 2d. to Phillip Kirke for half a year to 1681, Lady day, on his fee as Housekeeper of his Majesty's palace at Whitehall.Money Book III, p. 315.
May 16.Money warrant for 50l. to Eliz. Elliot, widow, for 1679, Christmas quarter, on her fee or salary as House-keeper of his Majesty's house at Newmarket.Money Book III, p. 315.
Same for 50l. and 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Dr. Nicholas Staggins, Master of his Majesty's music, being respectively for 1680, Sept. 29 quarter, on his fee of 200l. per an. and for the quarter due 1679–80, Feb. 5, on his fee of 46l. 10s. 10d. per an.Ibid, p. 316.
Same for 100l. to Thomas Purcell for half a year to 1676, Christmas, on his fee or salary as one of his Majesty's musicians.Ibid.
Same for 90l. to John Warner, for three years to 1677, Christmas, on his fee or salary as Master of his Majesty's barges and boats.Ibid.
Same for 10l. each to Thomas Bignell, Charles Raby, James Bowles and John Izard alias Shillingford, being respectively for 1678, Michaelmas quarter, 1679, Michaelmas quarter, 1678, Lady day quarter, and 1678, Christmas quarter; and for 20l. to Nathaniel Bird for half a year to 1676, Christmas; all as yeomen prickers of his Majesty's privy harriers (at Newmarket), on their fee of 3l. 6s. 8d. each per month.Ibid, pp. 316–7.
Treasury letter of direction on a money order of Treasurer Danby, dated 1678–9, Mar. 15, for 120l. each to John Wheldon, gent., and Richard Mountney, junr. The present direction is for 100l. in part of said 240l. to be satisfied out of advance money on the Hearthmoney [farm].Ibid, p. 318.
Money warrant for 50l. 3s. 9d. to Tho. Charnock and Robert Gyde, serjeants at arms, for half a year to respectively 1680, June 24, and 1677, Michaelmas, on their fee of 3s. a day each and allowance of 2s. 6d. a day each for boardwages.Ibid, pp. 318–9.
Same for 1,000l. to Phillip Packer, Paymaster of the Works, as imprest in part of the 4,000l. for the year ended 1681, April 1, for the extraordinaries of the Works. (Money order dated May 18 hereon.)Ibid, p. 319. Order Book XXXIX, p. 8.
Same for 100l. to the executors of Alexander Frazier, deceased, for one year to 1680, Lady day, as late his Majesty's principal physician.Money Book III, p. 320.
Same for 9l. 2s. 6d. each to the present seven Grooms of the Great Chamber to the Queen in ordinary on their fee of 2s. a day each, viz. John Robinson for 1674, Christmas quarter, John Hall for 1676, June 24 quarter, James Dixon for the quarter ended 1678–9, Feb. 1, Robert Wilmott for 1680, June 24 quarter, Thomas Thackham for 1680, Lady day quarter, Richard Change for 1680, Christmas quarter, Phillip Williams for the quarter ended 1680, Nov. 2: and similarly for 9l. 2s. 6d. to Jane Kernan, relict of John Kernan, for 1680, Lady day quarter, as late a same. (Money orders dated May 18 hereon.)Ibid, p. 320. Order Book XXXIX, pp. 6, 7.
Same for 50l. to James Vernon to complete 1679, Lady day quarter, on his annuity or pension of 300l.Money Book III, p. 321.
May 16.Money warrant for 22l. 16s. 3d. to John Whinyard for 2½ years to 1681, Sept. 29, on his fee of 6d. a day as Keeper of his Majesty's house at Westminster.Money Book III, p. 321.
Same for 13l. 2s. 0d. to Edward Cane for three months and 44 days to 1681, Dec. 25, on his payment of 2s. a day as one of the Grooms of the Great Chamber in ordinary to the Queen: as by the privy seal of 1681–2, Mar. 22. (Money order dated May 18 hereon.)Ibid, p. 321. Order Book XXXIX, p. 8.
Same for one year each to dates as follow to the Officers of the Works on their fees, viz.: 45l. 12s. 6d. to 1679, Lady day, for Sir Christopher Wrenn, Surveyor of the Works; 27l. 7s. 6d. to 1678, Aug. 14, for Hugh May, Comptroller of the Works; 36l. 10s. 0d. to 1679, June 24, to Phillip Packer, Paymaster of the Works; 12l. 3s. 4d. to 1675, Sept. 29, for Arthur Haughton, Purveyor of the Works; 66l. 13s. 4d. to 1672, Lady day, for William Dickinson, Chief Clerk of the Works; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1680, Sept. 29, for Thomas Wise, Master Mason of the Works; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1679, Lady day, for Richard Ryder, Master Carpenter of the Works; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1675, Christmas, for Thomas Kinward, Master Joiner of the Works, and 18l. 5s. 0d. to same for [one year to] 1678, Sept. 29, and 16l. 2s. 6d. to same for his livery due at Christmas, 1674; 27l. 7s. 6d. to 1674, Sept. 29, for Henry Phillips [Master] Carver [to the Works]; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1679, Nov. 29, for Charles Atherton, serjeant plumber; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1680, June 24, for Jno. Ireland, master glazier to the Works, and 3l. 12s. 0d. to same for three years to 1680, June 24, on his livery of 1l. 4s. 0d. per an.; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1679, Lady day, for John Grove, master plaisterer to the Works; 18l. to 1680, Lady day, for Maurice Emmett, master bricklayer to the Works; 18l. 5s. 0d. to 1674, June 24, for Alexander White, plumber at Windsor. (Total, 399l. 13s. 8d.)Money Book III, p. 322.
Treasury warrant to Phillip Packer, Paymaster of the Works, to apply so much of the money as you have received and hereafter shall receive on the Treasury order of 1681–2, Mar. 2 last (for 4,000l. for the extraordinary of the Works) for the new building of his Majesty's lodgings in Whitehall in the Volary near the stone gallery now in building and not for any other new buildings there done heretofore.Ibid, p. 323.
Money warrant for 100l. to abovesaid Phillip Packer as imprest to be by him paid over to Leonard Gurle, his Majesty's gardener, on the 240l. per an. to him for his wages for keeping his Majesty's garden in St. James's Park; 80l. thereof being to complete the half year ended 1680, Christmas, and the remaining 20l. thereof as in part of the half year ended 1681, June 24. (Money order dated May 18 hereon.)Ibid, p. 323. Order Book XXXIX, p. 5.
Same for 4l. each to the two Secondaries in the King's Remembrancer's Office for one year to 1678, Lady day, on their respective fees; and 15l. 6s. 8d. to the clerks in the said Office, being a fee payable to them every second year and is for the two years ended 1679, Lady day.Money Book III, p. 324.
Same for the issue of the following sums to the following of the King's musicians on their annual fees, viz. 13l. 15s. 0d. to Thomas Farmer for 1680, Sept. 29 quarter; 11l. 13s. 2d. to Jeffery Ayleworth for 1680, Christmas quarter; 10l. 2s. 3½d. to Tho. Blagrave for 1671, Sept. 29 quarter; 22l. 10s. 0d. to William Gregory for 1680, June 24 quarter.Ibid, pp. 324–7.
The like for 10l. to Charles Coleman for 1676, Sept. 29 quarter, on his fee of 40l. per an. and 5l. for 1676, Lady day quarter, on his fee of 20l. per an.; 10l. to Edward Dyer for 1678, Sept. 29 quarter; 10l. to John Crouch for 1680, Sept. 29 quarter; 15l. to Symon Hopper for 1669, Christmas quarter; 10l. to Jno. Moss for 1678, Christmas quarter.
The like for 11l. 12s. 8½d. to William Clayton for 1670, Lady day, on his fee of 46l. 10s. 10d. per an., and 16l. 10s. 7½d. for 1672, Lady day quarter, on his fee of 66l. 2s. 6d. per an., and 10l. for 1675, Lady day, on his fee of 40l. per an.; 10l. to Dr. John Blow for 1674, Christmas quarter, on his fee of 40l. per an., and 10l. for 1674, Sept. 29 quarter, on his second fee of 40l. per an., and 10l. for 1673, Sept. 29 quarter, on his third fee of 40l. per an., and 12l. for 1674, Christmas quarter, on his fee of 48l. per an.; 15l. 0s. 7½d. to Richard Robinson for 1679, June 24 quarter; 25l. to Thomas Heywood for 1678, Christmas quarter.
The like for 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Robert Strong for 1673, Christmas quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Joseph Fashion for 1680, June 24 quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Theo. Fitz for 1673, Lady day quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Isaac Staggins for 1671, June 24 quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Jno. Gamball for 1669, Christmas quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Jno. Singleton for 1671, Christmas quarter; 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Francis Garret for 1678, Sept. 29 quarter.
The like for 11l. 12s. 8½d. to Edward Flower for 1678, June 24 quarter, on his fee of 46l. 10s. 10d. per an., and 10l. for 1679, June 24 quarter, on his fee of 40l. per an.
The like for 50l. to the executors of Humphery Madge for 1¼ years to 1674, June 24, on his fee of 46l. 12s. 8d. per an.
May 16.Money warrant for 62l. 10s. 0d. to Sir Phillip Lloyd on his salary as a Clerk of the Privy Council; 25l. thereof as in full of 1680, Lady day quarter, and 37l. 10s. 0d. as in part of 1680, June 24 quarter.Money Book III, p. 327.
Same for 62l. 10s. 0d. each to Sir Thomas Dolman for 1679, Christmas quarter, to Francis Gwynn for 1681, Christmas quarter; and to Sir Jno. Nicholas for 1679, Christmas quarter, as Clerks of the Privy Council.Ibid, p. 328.
Same for 100l. to Sutton Oglethorpe for half a year to 1680, Lady day, on his fee of 200l. as Master of his Majesty's studs.Ibid, p. 329.
Same for 50l. 3s. 9d. to Roger Charnock, a serjeant at arms, for half a year to 1680, Sept. 29, on his fee of 3s. a day and allowance of 2s. 6d. a day for board wages.Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Cashier to pay 94l. 10s. 0d. to Thomas Robson, clerk and paymaster of the bills of impost upon wines for noblemen, ambassadors etc. who have been usually allowed same; same being as in part of 3,675l. for impost bills for the year commencing Christmas last and is intended to satisfy an impost bill due to Sir Jno. Moore, the present Lord Mayor, the sheriffs and divers others of the city of London.Ibid.
May 16.Money warrant for 50l. to Sir Gilbert Talbot for one year to 1679, Lady day, on his fee as Master of his Majesty's Jewel House.Money Book III, p. 329.
Money order for 50l. to John Pottenger, Comptroller of the Pipe, being for half a year to 1682, Easter, on the 100l. per an. in reward for the service of himself and clerks in issuing process upon Popish Recusants for the penalty of 20l. per month and in giving speedy despatches and assistance to the respective Receivers for the improvement of that revenue.Order Book XXXIX, p. 4.
Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to reserve for the Treasury Lords' disposal the 11,950l. which is directed to be paid into the Exchequer as advance on the Hearthmoney [farm rent] payable 1683, Sept. 19.Disposition Book II, p. 144.
Same to same to issue 200l. to Lady Windham on her warrant of the 9th inst.: issuing same out of Recusants' money now in the Exchequer.Ibid.
Same to same to issue 400l. to John Walker on his liberate as Usher of the Exchequer Court: issuing same out of Hearthmoney remaining in the Exchequer, paid in by Sir Richard Pigott, late Farmer thereof.Ibid.
Treasury orders and instructions to be observed and performed by William Prettyman, Remembrancer of First Fruits and Tenths (lately suspended from the execution of said office) and by Charles Porter, who is lately appointed by the Treasury Lords to execute said office during said suspension.Warrants not Relating to Money IX, pp. 75–9.
(1) The Auditors [of Imprests being the Auditors] of First Fruits and Tenths are to take an account from Prettiman of all bonds for First Fruits now remaining in his hands. Thereupon Prettyman is to deliver said bonds to said Porter: (2) and similarly to deliver to him all records, books, papers etc. belonging to the Office of Remembrancer of First Fruits, by indenture. (3) Prettiman is to deliver to said Auditors a book specifying all the compositions made since Dec. 31 last: (4) also all the institutions and collations made by archbishops and bishops. After copying same (to enable them to charge said Prettiman) said auditors are to deliver same to said Porter. (5) Hereafter as soon as such institutions and collations are certified by archbishops and bishops to said Porter he is to send same to the Auditors who are to copy same to enable them to charge him with the moneys payable thereon for First Fruits. (6) When any person comes to make composition for First Fruits Porter shall make out a bill specifying what he compounds for and send same to said Auditors, who are to check same and return it, and thereon Porter is to take bond for the same payable at such time as the law requires unless a longer time be given by privy seal. (7) When the bondee comes to pay the bond Porter shall give him a solvendum which he is to carry to the Receiver [of First Fruits] who, upon receipt of the money, is to give him acquittance for said sum and upon sight of said acquittance Porter is to deliver up the bond. (8) Upon receipt of said acquittance Porter is to charge said Receiver with said sum. (9) Porter shall safely keep for his Majesty's use all bonds and securities and shall be answerable for same, including those in arrear at Christmas, 1680, and for the moneys due thereon. (10) Porter not to receive any moneys whatsoever of First Fruits, either on compositions or bonds. Such moneys are to be received and accounted for properly by the Receiver thereof. (11) If moneys compounded for or secured by bond be not paid when due Porter is to make out process from his office for recovery thereof, according to the course of the Exchequer and shall take care that same be duly returned by the sheriff and that thereupon said sheriff be duly apposed and called to a strict examination before the Barons of the Exchequer and the said Barons are to fine said sheriffs if negligent. If any money be levied by virtue of such process Porter is to make a certificate thereof to the Receiver [of First Fruits] and shall not discharge the sheriff that shall levy the same until the Receiver give an acquittance for the money. (12) If any person instituted or collated do not compound for First Fruits within the time limited by law Porter is to cause process to issue against him. (13) In January next Porter shall make account to the said Auditors of all compositions made by and of all bonds delivered to him up to said date; (14) and shall make such account thereafter yearly in January; (15) and shall deliver such accounts for declaration before the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer according to the ancient custom of declaring those accounts. (16) When the said Auditors shall return to said Porter any certificates from bishops or archbishops, specifying persons who have not paid their Tenths, Porter shall immediately issue out commissions or process to the archbishops or bishops for levying thereof in manner as heretofore accustomed and shall continue same till said arrear be levied. If any archbishop or bishop refuse or neglect to execute any such commission Porter is to acquaint the Treasury Lords or Exchequer Court therewith. (17) Upon receiving from any archbishop or bishop any return of moneys received by virtue of any such commission, Porter is to shew same to the said Auditors and leave them a signed copy thereof to the end said Auditors may charge said archbishop or bishop upon their respective accounts [of Tenths].
May 16.Treasury warrant to William Shenton to deliver possession to William Tayleur, gent., assistant to the weigher and teller of the Mint, of a messuage in the Mint within the Tower now or late in your occupation "which you have agreed to deliver up to his Majesty's use": same is to be for said Tayleur to inhabit till further order.Warrants not Relating to Money IX, p. 80.
Same to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of a parcel of ground petitioned for by Hum. Hughes.Ibid, pp. 80–1.
Prefixing: (a) note of said Hughes's petition as referred to the said Surveyor General Mar. 2 last: (b) report dated Mar. 7 last thereupon from Jno. Fisher in the absence of said Surveyor General. Said parcel of land was escheated to the Crown by an attainder and was held by petitioner's father by a lease which expired in 1658: petitioner's present lease will expire 1682, May 31.
May 16.Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of premises, ut supra, p. 309, petitioned for by Hector Phillips.Warrants not Relating to Money IX, pp. 81–2.
Prefixing: (a) note of said petition: (b) report dated 1681–2, Jan. 20, from said Jno. Fisher. I find the weir and fishing of Gilgarran and of three drag nets there with the appurtenances were demised by the late Commissioners of the Prince's [Charles] revenue to William Ward and Gerard Wright by indenture dated June 22, 1636, for 31 years at 10l. per an. rent. This lease expired in 1667 and [the weir] being wholly ruined and in decay the rent has been ever since lost and no suitor has desired a lease thereof. A lease may be granted for 31 years at 2l. per an. rent for the first seven years and 10l. per an. for the remainder; the lessee to be obliged to re-edify said weir and keep it in repair. As for the fines, issues and other casual profits in cos. Pembroke and Cardigan the lease thereof granted to George Barlow at 11l. 11s. 0d. per an. rent expired at 1681, Sept. 29. The auditor has no accounts which set forth what said profits have arisen to when they have been out of lease. The old tenant does not desire to renew his grant.
May 17.Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt. There are now remaining in the Exchequer the funds as follows, viz.:Disposition Book II, pp. 145–6.
l.s.d.
advance on Hearthmoney [farm rent] payable 19 Sept., 1683.11,95000
surplus of the Hearthmoney1,60000
Duchy of Cornwall money340198
money paid by Mr. Corryton as fine of a lease10000
Hearthmoney paid by Sir Richard Pigott9015
£14,08115
The Treasury Lords desire said sum to be issued as follows, viz.:
l.s.d.
to Sutton Oglethorpe, esq.10000
to William Chiffinch, esq.5000
to Sir Gilbert Talbott, kt., Master of the Jewel House5000
to Sir John Leithillier, kt., interest money9000
to Richard Nevill, Knight Har- binger195168
to the Auditors of Imprests 66l. 13s. 4d. each13368
to Dr. Staggins on one warrant for his going to Newmarket5000
to Mr[is.] Eliz. Dyson4400
to Andrew Lawrence, Surveyor of the [King's] Highways9918
to nine Groom Littermen 10l. each9000
to John Collins, the [late Excise] Accomptant5000
to the messengers attending the Chancellor of the Exchequer1780
to John Langwith, messenger at- tending the Treasury Lords29100
to Richard Welbeck, stable keeper at Reading12100
to Mr. Anthony Seagar, on his order58190
to Edward Teare2000
to Serjt. Ramsey5039
to Ser[jeant] Roger Harsnett5039
to Mr. Cox, one of the Council Chamber Keepers22150
to Mr. Coleing, a ditto22150
to Mr. Chase, apothecary11500
to Mr. Whelden10000
to Mr. Eagle5000
to John Warner, Master of the King's barges and boats9000
to the Secondaries and Clerks in the King's Remembrancer's Office2368
to John Whynyard, housekeeper at Westminster22163
to Rebecca Lowe, widow1850
to Serjeant Roger Charnock5039
to the Clerks of the Council and other officers of the Plantation Office31343
to Mr. Roberts, Receiver for Wind- sor Works; 400l. for Sir Sam. Morland; 250l. for Signior Vario [Verrio]; 500l. for the buildings there1,15000
to the Master of the Great Wardrobe1,76000
to me [Guy] for secret service39000
to Thomas Purcell10000
to Mr. Packer for Leonard Gurle, gardener at St. James's10000
to Mris. Ursula Elliott1500
to Mris. Eliz. Elliott, housekeeper at Newmarket5000
to the four Clerks of the Council, Sir John Nicholas, Sir Phill. Lloyd, Sir Tho. Dolman, and Mr. Gwynn, 62l. 10s. 0d. each25000
to James Vernon5000
to Phillip Packer for the ordinary of the Works1,13000
to ditto for extraordinaries of the Works, viz. 218l. for the Tower, 75l. for repairs under the Queen's lodgings at Whitehall; 148l. for repairs of Hounslow Bridges &c.; 181l. for repairs of the Mews for soldiers; 30l. for the rent of water there; 15l. for a leaden cistern there; 40l. towards repairs of the Guard stables and wall at Hampton Court70700
to the officers of the Works, a year's salary399138
to the falconers, half a year538911¼
to Robt. Gyde, serjeant at arms, half a year5039
to Serjeant Middleton, a quarter25110½
to Mr. Swann, a quarter2000
to 22 musicians according to six warrants40218
to the huntsmen at Newmarket6000
to Mr. Elliott62100
to Mr. Phillip Kirke, housekeeper at Whitehall68192
to Mris. Mather12100
to nine Grooms of the Chamber to the Queen8620
to the Lieutenant of the Tower of London53548
to Dr. Hawkins, vicar of [St. Peter's Chains in] the Tower1368
to Sir John Howell10000
to the executors of Sir Alexander Frasier10000
to Widow Madge, executrix of John Madge5000
to Serjeant Thomas Charnocke5039
to the Treasurer of the Chamber3,78556
£14,08115
May 17.Henry Guy to the Master of the Great Wardrobe to apply the abovesaid 1,040l. as follows, viz. 1,000l. to the Stables and 40l. to Mr. Rustat.Disposition Book II, p. 148.
Same to the Treasurer of the Chamber to apply as follows the above 3,785l. 5s. 6d., viz.:Ibid, p. 147.
l.s.d.
to Mr. Winn for half a year24189
to Mr. Milward8000
to Lambert Coote4500
to Susanna Wosencroft22100
to Thomas Atterbury, on bills7200
to John Blundell, messenger, on bills and wages3060
to the King's watermen, a quarter27400
to Mr. Gauntlett of the Council Chamber11000
to the Yeomen of the Guard75000
to the officers of the Yeomen of the Guard637100
to 20 footmen20000
to Pearce, Evans and Howell in further part of 440l. bills9000
to Mr. Fordham, Yeomen of the Bows1850
to John Webb, pond-keeper3000
for the Maundy4511
to 17 of the King's music attending the King at Windsor, viz., John Twist 23l. 5s. 10½d., John Banister 11l. 12s. 8½d., John Lenthall 11l. 12s. 8½d., James Banister 11l. 13s. 2d., Thomas Finall 11l. 12s. 8½d., Richard Tomlison 11l. 13s. 2d., Henry Brockwell 27l. 16s. 8d., John Myer 11l. 12s. 8½d., Gyles Stevens 11l. 13s. 2d., Fred Steffkins 11l. 12s. 8½d., John Hingston 15l., Henry Gregory 11l. 12s. 8½d., Dr. William Child 11l. 12s. 8½d., Henry Purcell 11l. 13s. 2d., Will. Hall 14l. 0s. 7½d., Edwd. Howton 27l. 10s. 0d., Jeff. Banister 11l. 13s. 2d.247711½
to Mr. Randue, housekeeper at Windsor20000
to Mr. English, housekeeper at Hampton Court10000
to the sweepers and chimney sweepers at Hampton Court9000
to Mary Dowle, strewer of herbs3000
to Hester, [the] rat killer1200
to Dr. Blow for Widow Cutler1500
to the Grooms of the Chamber to the King127150
to ditto to the Queen36100
to the Gentlemen of the Chapel40000
to Mr. Gervas Price in part of 406l. 7s. 3d.5213
to Serjeant Snape for hunting horses3000
to Mr. Pheasant, remainder of a bill14100
£3,78556
May 17.Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to reserve for the Treasury Lords' disposal what money has been paid into the Exchequer by the sheriffs of London, which they have levied on 14 houses of Harcourt and others convicted of high treason.Disposition Book II, p. 148.
May 18.Same to same to reserve for the Treasury Lords' disposal what money shall be paid into the Exchequer by Col. Birch, et al. Commissioners of the Retrospect on the Wine Act.Ibid.
[?]Money order for 35l. to the clerks and ministers of the Receipt for one year to Lady day last, viz.: 7l. to John Lowe; 7l. to Mathew Lister; 5l. to Samuel Langford; 5l. to John Taylor, clerks and ministers of the Receipt, being reward for special labour in attending and striking tallies during vacation time; 6l. to Francis Simpson, clerk to William Wardour [the Clerk of the Pells]; and 5l. to Philip Packer, doorkeeper of the Receipt.Order Book XXXIX, p. 8
May 19.Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows out of such money of the Excise as is directed to be paid into the Exchequer this week, viz.:Disposition Book II, p. 148.
l.
to Mr. Fox for subsistence of the Forces2,000
to ditto for off-reckonings2,000
to me [Guy] for secret service in part of 5,000l.200
to the Cofferer of the Household1,000
£5,200
May 20.Same to same to issue as follows out of such Customs money as is directed to be paid into the Exchequer this week, viz.:Ibid, p. 149.
l.
to the Treasurer of the Navy for one week [of the Navy's money] 4,000l., whereof 2,000l. is for the Victuallers4,000
to me [Guy] for secret service300
more [to same for same]300
to Henry Savile955
to Phillip Packer, for the King's new buildings at Whitehall at the end of the Stone Gallery500
to me [Guy] more for secret service500
more [to same for same]500
more [to same for same]200
to the Privy Purse1,000
to me [Guy] more for secret service300
£8,555