Warrant Book
July 1705, 1-10

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'Warrant Book: July 1705, 1-10', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 322-332. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84827 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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July 1705, 1-10

1704-5 March 1
[sic erratum for? 1705 July 1].
Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant of 1704-5 March 22 to John Charlton, Master of the Jewel House, for the delivery to Secretary Harley of a silver box to contain the great seal which is to be affixed to a Treaty with Luneburg : to an estimate of 8l. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, p. 68.
The like of a like dated 1704-5 Feb. 17 to same for the delivery to Mr. Lucas, Chapel Closet Keeper to the Queen, of a pair of silver candlesticks for the Queen's private chapel : to an estimate of 12l. Ibid., p. 69.
July 2. Money warrant for 50l. each to W[illiam] Clayton, Robert Barker and Richard Shoreditch for last June 24 quarter's salary as Agents for Taxes. (Money order dated July 4 hereon). Money Book XVII, p. 411. Order Book VI, p. 357. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
William Lowndes to the Agents for Taxes to report on the enclosed proposal [missing] for the effectual executing the laws against hawkers, pedlars, and petty chapmen. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 97.
July 3. Allowance by Treasurer Godolphin of the Excise salary bill for last June 24 quarter : total (with the Malt Office) 5862l. 12s. 7¼d. Money Book XVII, p. 405.
Money warrant for 2000l. to Treasurer Godolphin for same quarter's salary. (Money order dated July 3 hereon). Ibid., p. 405. Order Book VI, p. 355. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
Same for 75l. to William Wekett for same quarter's allowance for attendance on and disbursements for the Treasury Office
and 5l. to John Farra, for carrying letters for her Majesty's service. (Money order dated July 3 hereon). Money Book XVII, p. 406. Order Book VI, p. 355.
Same for 20l. to John Taylor for half a year to June 1 last on his fee or salary as keeper of her Majesty's water engine at Windsor. (Money order dated July 10 hereon). Money Book XVII, p. 406. Order Book VI, p. 365.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin dated at Windsor Castle to the Auditor of the Receipt to apply the surplus at June 24 last of 9852l. 0s. 6¾d. (arising from the 9d. per barrel granted by 4 Wm. and Mary c. 3 for annuities) towards satisfaction of the orders of loan as they now stand registered on the Act of 1 Anne c. 6 granting several Subsidies for the war against France : "Sir Edward Northey, her Majesty's Attorney General having given his opinion in writing that the said surplus is to be computed on the 24th day of June yearly and not on the 25th of January."
Appending : said opinion of the Attorney General
"4 Wm. and Mary page 207 grants 9d. per barrel Excise for 99 years from 25 Jan. 1692-3 : all the weekly payments on this branch [of the revenue] shall be a yearly fund page 215 : out of which 100,000l. yearly till June 24,1700 and 70,000l. yearly from that time shall be divided amongst contributors for one, two or three lives by half yearly payments on 24 Dec. and 24 June : the first payments on 24 Dec. 1693 with survivorship till but 7 are living : if 1,000,000l. is not advanced by 1 May 1693 the actual contributors to receive proportionably viz. 10 per cent. for the first 7 years and 7 per cent. afterwards pp. 217-221 ; a discount of 10 per cent. per an. for prompt payment p. 221 ; if 1,000,000l. be not advanced before 24 June 1703 the King and Queen may borrow the complement : if 1,000,000l. be not advanced before 1 May 1693 any persons may purchase annuities after the rate of 14 per cent. per an. for single lives to commence from the 29th Sept. 1693 payable quarterly p. 234 with a discount at 10 per cent. per an. ; if any purchaser on survivorship shall before 29 Sept. 1693 desire to have an estate for life at 14 per cent. it may be converted p. 237 ; if there be a surplus at the end of any year of the said 99 years after all annuities are discharged, such surplus shall be to the use of their Majesties, their heirs and successors p. 238 ; all grants and dispositions of the money of this Act by their Majesties in any manner or for longer term than by this Act appointed are void p. 239.
Query : whether the year for computing the surplus is to end on 25th January or 24th June.
I am of opinion the year for computing the surplus is to end on the 24th day of June and not on the 25th day of January. The words are at the end of any year during the term of 99 years and not at the end of any year of the 99 years ; and the surplus being to be paid as shall remain at the end of a year after the yearly payments shows plainly the Parliament intended to have the surplus computed at such time when the year ended and the annual payments that were first to be discharged became due, which is 24 June.
Money Book XVII, pp. 407-9.
Money warrant for 135l. to the officers of Waltham Forest, detailed, for half a year to 1705 Lady day on their several fees and allowances. Ibid., p. 409. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 369.
Allowance by Treasurer Godolphin of the incidents bill, detailed, of the Stamp Office for the quarter ended May 1 last : total 1723l. 11s. 9½d. Money Book XVII, p. 410.
The like of the salary bill of said Office for last June 24 quarter : total 1287l. 10s. 0d. Ibid., p. 411.
Money warrant for 50l. 3s. 9d. to Reginald Ryley for half a year to Xmas last as a Serjeant at Arms. Ibid., p. 411. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
Same for 20l. to Dr. Thomas Ayloffe for same to Lady day last on his salary of 40l. per an. as a Reader of Laws in the University of Cambridge. Money Book XVII, p. 413. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
Money order for 400l. to Henry Boyle, Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, for last June 24 quarter on his allowance of 1600l. per an. in consideration of his having relinquished certain perquisites and profits formerly taken and enjoyed by the Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer. (Letter of direction dated July 4 hereon). Order Book VI, p. 356. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
Same for 12l. 10s. 0d. to Thomas Fox for same quarter for making and keeping all the Registers of Public Loans in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt. Order Book VI, p. 357.
Same for 20l. to Roger Millart for same quarter as clerk to the Agents for Taxes : 5l. thereof to be for a messenger attending said Agents. Ibid., p. 359.
July 3 and 6. Subscription or endorsement by Treasurer Godolphin for the allowance of interest at the rate of 5 per cent. on 17 orders on Malt made out this day in the name of Charles Fox for in all 8595l. 19s. 0d. and by him assigned to Sir Samuell Moyer.
The like dated July 6 for 19 like orders for 19,500l. in all similarly assigned to Sir Henry Furnese. Ibid., p. 362.
July 3. Money order for 5l. to John Broadhurst for last June 24 quarter's attendance as porter at the Exchequer Gate. Ibid.
Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin for the execution of a money order of 1694 July 30 for 124l. to William Cawthorpe and Christopher Rands, Receivers General of Taxes for co. Lincoln, for their extraordinary charges in their receipt.
And likewise of a money order of 1695 March 25 for 320l. to same : for the like charges. Ibid., p. 381.
Letter of direction for last Trinity term for the Judges &c. as follows : out of Civil List moneys
l.
to the 12 Judges of England 3000
to Sir Joseph Jekyll as Chief Justice of Chester 125
to Sir Salathiel Lovell as second Justice of Chester 50
to the 6 Judges of Wales on their 300l. per an. each 450
to Sir Salathiel Lovell, another of the said Judges 50
to the 11 Masters in Chancery for 1705 June 24 quarter on their 100l. per an. each 275
£3950
Disposition Book XVII, p. 367.
William Lowndes to Mr. Fox to take up on loan 18,095l. 19s. 0d. at 5 per cent. interest on credit of the tallies and orders on Malt anno 1704 which were put into your hands Jan. 22 last to answer subsidies to the King of Denmark and other her Majesty's allies.
The Lord Treasurer will endorse the said tallies &c. for said interest on your sending them in to the Treasury. Ibid., p. 370.
Same to Mr. Burchett, Secretary to the Admiralty. The Lord Treasurer is informed of great irregularities committed by Commanders of her Majesty's ships in disposing at their own pleasure of such prizes as they take in America. He desires special instructions to be given to the Commanders bound to America that they do not dispose at their own will of any prizes they shall take but submit themselves to the Courts of Admiralty there and to the Agents employed under the Principal Commissioners for Prizes and in cases of dispute or wrong supposed to be done them to apply to the Governor of such Island or Plantation where the prizes shall be brought in, and in default of redress they may appeal to her Majesty. Further, that directions be given to the officers of the Courts of Admiralty in America that they be very careful of her Majesty's interest in relation to prizes and do not unduly dispose of any ships taken as prize. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 93.
William Lowndes [to the Auditor of the Receipt]. A case as follows has been stated for the Attorney General's opinion viz. whether the remainder of the 6000l. repaid into the Exchequer by [Mr. Povey] the late Treasurer for Sick and Wounded Seamen (after so much is reserved as will discharge all claims that can justly be made [appear as] debts due to Sick and Wounded in the late war to which the said 6000l. was applicable) may not be applied to the service of the Sick and Wounded during the present war, such reservation being made as in the query. "He has given his opinion that it may be so applied. Please issue the said sum to the Navy Treasurer for Sick and Wounded either in the late or present war as the Lord Treasurer shall direct." Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 93.
Same to Mr. How enclosing a report by Arthur Moor Esq., one of the Comptrollers of the Accounts of the Army, relating to offreckonings due to Alexander Stewart and Benjamin Taylor for clothing the Regiments of the Earl of Donegal and Lord Charlemont in the year 1701-2. Please satisfy the remaining 14 months' offreckonings to them on their producing to you their contracts and agreements entitling them to the said offreckonings.
Appending : said report "We are humbly of opinion that the petitioners ought to receive the remaining offreckonings due to the Regiments whilst they were on the English Establishment if the said offreckonings were deducted by the Commissioners that lately stated the accounts of the four Regiments that returned from the West Indies." Ibid., p. 94.
Same to Mr. Fox. The Lord Treasurer is pleased to order that the annuities, lately purchased in your name at the Exchequer for the service of the Forces, expectant upon the determination of estates in the same annuities for one, two or three lives, be assigned or disposed by you to any persons willing to pay the consideration money for the purchase thereof at the rates prescribed by the Act, provided such purchasers do make it appear to you by authentic certificate that the life or lives, upon which the annuities are assigned shall be expectant, are in being at the time of the purchase made. Ibid., p. 95.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of John Knight relating to several annuities of which he claims a moiety. Ibid.
Same to Mr. St. John, Secretary at War, enclosing (a) infra. Please speak to the Colonel or his Agent to know why widow Hodges is not paid.
Appending : (a) Report by the Comptrollers of Army Accounts on the petition of Ann Hodges, widow of Serjt. Hodges late in the Earl of Donegal's Regiment. The said Regiment was cleared upon the English Establishment as complete from 13 May 1702 to Oct. 24 following. But 4l. 18s. 0d. is due to said Hodges from the person who received the said clearings. From the said Oct. 24 to March 14 following (the day of his death) there is a further 6l. 19s. 0d. owing to him. Ibid., p. 96.
Allowance by Treasurer Godolphin of the salary bill of the Customs for last June 24 quarter for London port : total 6679l. 1s. 6d.
and for the outports : total 9269l. 13s. 9d. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 379.
Warrant by same to the Customs Cashier to pay Christopher Tilson 37l. 10s. 0d. for same quarter for making a particular account of the Customs etc. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of William Burgoyne, Thomas Mitchell and Charles Eyre for an allowance for the 50 days spent by them as Commissioners to enquire of frauds and abuses in several taxes in co. Devon and city of Exeter. Reference Book VIII, p. 171.
Same to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts of the petition of Col. Hill praying that his Regiment may be computed complete from the time they were taken prisoners at Porta Legree [Portalegre] in Portugal to the time of the delivery over of their private men to Col. Stewart's Regiment : and to be relieved from 226l. 17s. 9d. charged on them for their transportation from Ireland to Holland : also praying allowance of the sea pay which the Officers were obliged to clear on embarking for Portugal and which must come out of their personal pay : "that the Captains have formed muster rolls of the effectives of their respective Companies from 25th Aug. 1704 [sic] to 23rd June inclusive, their full pay for that time amounts to 11,275l. 8s. 6d. ; that between 25th August and 24 Oct. 1703 inclusive the said Regiment had an additional Company made and 6 men added to each of the 12 Companies to bring them up to the Establishment of [English Troops in] Portugal, for which the Officers pray levy money at 3l. a man amounting to 216l. 11s." : therefore praying that the accounts of the Regiment may be stated and cleared and the Captains reimbursed what they have laid out as aforesaid. Ibid., p. 178.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Henry St. John to prepare a royal warrant for payment of 50l. to Lieut. Cha. Congreve out of the personal pay of Visct. Cornbury (for which said Viscount has drawn a bill on Mr. Thrale his late agent) : and 70l. on account of his own pay as Lieut, of the Companies in New York and Adjutant to the 4 Companies there to April 24 last.
Prefixing : report by the Comptrollers of Army Accounts on said Congreve's memorial. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, p. 47.
Report by same to the Queen on the petition of Capt. John Henley of Brigadier Holt's Regiment of Marines, shewing that he was at the taking of Gibraltar, lost his right arm there and received another wound in his right side by a cannon shot. Although by the present Rules of the Navy there is no allowance to Marine Officers who lose their limbs in service "because as I humbly conceive when those Rules were made there were no Marines employed in the Fleet" yet I think it reasonable to allow him a year's full pay in like manner as is allowed to sea Officers on like occasions. "And I am further humbly of opinion it may be for your Majesty's service if the Rules of the Navy be made for the future to extend to Officers of Marines as well as to sea Officers." Ibid., p. 48.
[? July 3] Entry of the Treasury signature of the docquet of an in custodiam lease under the Exchequer seal to John Keble of lands in the town of Nottingham in co. Notts, being part of the estate of John Toplady extended for debt.
The like of a same to Philip, Earl of Chesterfield of lands in Duffield in co. Derby being part of the estate of James [or Jacob] Borr and Elizabeth, his wife, outlaws. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX., p. 48.
July 3. Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant of May 12 last to the Master of the Great Wardrobe for the cleaning and mending of eight pieces of fine landscape hangings called Queen Mother [sic], 4 pieces of Cleopatra, one piece of Sampson and 2 pieces of gardens and fountains : all to be bordered with canvas : likewise for cleaning and mending a green velvet carpet for the Council Chamber at St. James's and for mending the 4 bed cups that belong to her Majesty's new travelling damask bed, and 2 folding chairs, and to fit up her new travelling bed at Newmarket : to a total cost of 50l. Ibid., p. 49.
Warrant by same to Henry St. John to prepare a royal warrant for taking off the respit on Major Robert Parsons' Company in Lord Lucas's Regiment from 1703, 25 June to Dec. 24 which was occasioned by Lord Lucas's order to turn out all men that were not 5 feet 6 inches high and to list none that were under 5 feet 7 inches high but the Garrison being weak at that time the Governor did not think fit to discharge them before taller men were got to supply their places, so that Major Parsons was obliged to pay them.
Prefixing : report by the Comptrollers of Army Accounts on the said Parsons' petition. Ibid.
William Lowndes to the Commissary of Musters in Ireland. In their report on Capt. Gardner's petition (relating to the muster rolls of the Regiments of Handasyde and Levesay) the Comptrollers of Army Accounts have desired that attested copies be sent them from Ireland of such muster rolls as were returned from Jamaica of those Regiments. Please send such rolls for the dates wanting as following.
Appending : lists of the rolls wanting for said Regiments for dates detailed, in 1701 and 1702. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, pp. 362-3.
July 4. Royal warrant dated Windsor Castle to Edward Nicholas to pay an annuity or yearly pension of 100l. to Lady Essex Griffin for her support and maintenance : as from 1704 June 25 : out of the forfeited estate of Edward, late Lord Griffin. Queen's Warrant Book XXII, p. 430.
Same to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal for a grant and lease to Thomas, Earl of Sussex, and his wife of the house called Warwick House for 32 years from 1722 Michaelmas in reversion of the existing grant to Sir Phillip Warwick ; and of the piece of ground as follows for 13 years from 1740 Michaelmas in reversion of the grant to the trustees of the Earl of St. Albans : at a fine of 200l. only in regard of the faithful services of the said Earl and Countess.
Appending : constats and ratals of the premises by the Surveyor General of Crown Lands.
(1) The house and gardens lie in the parishes of St. Martins-in-the-Fields and St. James's Westminster by the old wall of St. James's Park on part of the ground heretofore used for a common highway, leading from Charing Cross to St. James's Palace ; 230 feet in length from the place where a gate formerly was near the said wall towards the said palace on the west unto the place where a certain passage called the Welsh Exchange sometime was ; and 62 feet broad from the Park wall on the south to the wall built on the north of the aforesaid way.
(2) The piece or parcel of ground heretofore part of the said old highway under St. James's Park wall and now enclosed within the wall of the Garden belonging to Warwick House, being 20 feet in breadth and 40 feet in depth.
I advise fines of 606l. for the two grants. Ibid., pp. 431-3.
Money warrant for 87l. 8s. 4d. to the officers, detailed, of Hampton Court for half a year to Lady day last on their several fees and allowances. Money Book XVII, p. 415. Order Book VI, pp. 369-370. Disposition Book XVII, p. 369.
Money order for 125l. to Sir Joseph Jekyll for 1705 Trinity term as Chief Justice of Chester.
20l. to Sir Salathiel Lovell for same time as second Justice of Chester.
50l. to same for same time as second Justice of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery.
75l. to Phillip Neve for same time as Chief Justice of Pembroke, Carmarthen and Cardigan.
75l. to Thomas Webb for same time as second Justice of same.
75l. to William Peisley for same time as Chief Justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesea.
75l. to Marmaduke Gwinn for same time as second Justice of same.
75l. to William Banastre for same time as Chief Justice of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor.
75l. to Charles Cox for same time as second Justice of same. Order Book VI, p. 379.
Letter of direction for 1500l., out of Civil List moneys, to the Paymaster of the Works ; to be paid over to Richard Stacey, her Majesty's bricklayer, 1292l. 10s. 2d. thereof to clear his bill for the new greenhouse at Kensington and 207l. 9s. 10d. in part for the great wall of the new plantation at Kensington. Disposition Book XVII, p. 367.
Same for 3900l. to the Navy Treasurer : 1000l. thereof out of loans on the Land Tax anno 1705 ; 900l. out of loans on the Two Thirds Subsidy anno 1705 ; 2000l. out of loans on Low Wines : and is to be applied to the head of Naval Ordinary as in part of 8000l. directed by the Navy Commissioners' letter of the 22nd ult. Ibid., p. 369.
Same for 27l. 15s. 6d. to the Paymaster of the Works : out of Civil List moneys : to be paid to Capt. Michael Studholme for several bills of disbursements for her Majesty's private roads. Ibid., p. 370.
William Lowndes to the Comptrollers of the Accounts of the Army. In your memorial of June 28 last you desire, for the service of your Office, to have copies of the books of Accounts of the four West India Regiments lately delivered to the Lord Treasurer by Mr. Cartwright and Mr. Vincent. He consents thereto on your sending a clerk hither to transcribe same. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 94.
Same to the Agents for Taxes to take the Attorney General's opinion on the enclosed letter [missing] from Cha. Mason touching a dispute amongst the Commissioners of the Land Tax for co. Montgomery about the assessment of some tithes belonging to an hospital in those parts. Ibid., p. 97.
Same to [Mr. Wise] to permit the Countess Dowager of Oxford to make a door out of her house into St. James's Park. Ibid., p. 104.
Treasury reference to the Comptrollers of Army Accounts of the petition of the officers of the Invalids at Windsor laying before the Lord Treasurer the charge of clothing the Invalids, being 4 Companies, amounting to 840l. Reference Book VIII, p. 170.
Same to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of John Pickering late of London, silkman, one of the sureties of John Mason gent late Receiver General of Taxes for co. Cambridge and Isle of Ely, shewing that his estate is seized and 150l. levied thereon for Mason's debt of 1900l. : therefore praying leave to compound. Ibid.,
Report dated Whitehall to the Lord Treasurer from William Blathwayt as Auditor General of the Plantations on the petition of John Yeamans, Lieutenant Governor of Antigua, one of the Leeward Islands. Petitioner prays a privy seal for his salary of 200l. per an. By order in Council of 10 April 1703 the Queen appointed the salary of 200l. per an. to each of the Lieutenant Governors of those Islands ; to be paid out of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty there ; as is particularly set forth in a late report on a like petition from Col. Walter Hamilton, Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher. It is certified by the clerks of the Council and Assembly of that island [Antigua] that the petitioner has not at any time since the date of his commission taken or received any manner of present or gift of any kind whatsoever either from the Council or Assembly according to his [her] Majesty's Declaration in that behalf. I conceive he is well entitled to the said salary from 10 April 1703 the date of the said order in Council and that a privy seal may pass for the, said yearly salary during his continuance in that command.
Prefixing : note of Yeamans' petition. Out Letters (Plantations Auditor) II, pp. 263-4.
July 5. Privy seal for 1200l. as equipage and 10l. a day as ordinary to Charles, Earl of Sunderland as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany. Queen's Warrant Book XXII, p. 437.
Money order for 20l. to John Low, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer, for half a year to June 24 last for locking up and taking care of her Majesty's treasure [the money in the Receipt]. Order Book VI, p. 367.
Letter of direction for 3333l. 6s. 8d. to the Navy Treasurer : out of loans on Land Tax anno 1705 : to be placed to the head of Wear and Tear : and is for the uses following viz.
£ s. d.
to Mr. Gould and Mr. Hall upon account for pitch and tar 2000 0 0
to Mr. Herne for the fine on the new lease of the [Navy] Pay Office in Broad Street 1333 6 8
(William Lowndes to the Navy Commissioners dated July 11 to direct payment of said 1333l. 6s. 8d. accordingly). Disposition Book XVII, pp. 369, 373.
William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners enclosing an account [missing] of the clearings of ships at Boston in New England and of bonds entered into in the Naval Office there. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 95.
Same to the Prize Commissioners. The Lord Treasurer approves of the method of your account of prizes taken since Xmas last and of proceedings made concerning same. He directs you to send him the like account every month. Ibid., p. 96.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to report on the enclosed letter [missing] from New York concerning the seizure of the Eagle galley. What proceedings have been made on the papers relating to the said galley which were sent to you in my letter of August 25 last? Ibid., p. 97.
Same to the [Principal] Officers of the Works. The Lord Treasurer directs you to perform the repairs at the Parliament Office in Old Palace Yard according to your estimate of 71l. 13s. 0d. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Prizes Commissioners of the petition of Samuel Proctor, broker, shewing that having been employed by several merchants to buy prize ships and goods from the Prizes Commissioners and several of the said merchants having left several of the said lots of goods uncleared the same were put up again for sale and the Commissioners now threaten to sue petitioner for damage : therefore praying relief as he was only a broker. Reference Book VIII, p. 170.
July 6. William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners enclosing two memorials [missing], one from the King of Portugal's Envoy, the other from the Duke of Scomburg relating to some things arrived from Portugal for them. Give them all respect and dispatch in the passing thereof. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 97.
Same to the Revenue Commissioners in Ireland. The Lord Treasurer requests you to employ George Ward under you in the revenue of Ireland. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 364.
July 8. Approval by Treasurer Godolphin of Richard Smith as deputy to Lewis Montgomery, a Queen's waiter London port, and of James Grant as deputy to John Dennis a same.
Prefixing : the Customs Commissioners' report on them. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 380.
July 9. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Mr. Nicholas to pay 100l. to Signor Antonio Verrio as royal bounty over and above his 200l. per an. as from Lady day last. Money Book XVII, p. 417.
Same by same to the Receiver of the Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty to pay 17l. 3s. 6d. to Hartstongue Manwaring for having inventoried and appraised the ship Peter of Royan and the Esperance by reason that both ships before they could be sold were released and delivered to the owners by order of Secretary Nottingham.
Prefixing : report in the case by J. Dod and J. Warter. The petitioner Hartstongue has been paid his poundage of 6d. per pound on all condemned prizes under his care [of appraisal] except for the above two vessels. Ibid., pp. 417-8.
Dormant warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt [sic for to the Customs Cashier] to pay the salary of 10l. per an. to William Baines as Comptroller of Carlisle port. Ibid., p. 419.
July 10. William Lowndes to Sir Christopher Wren. The inhabitants of Drury Lane have prayed the Queen's bounty towards their charge in fitting up a building in Russell Court (late Mr. Burgess's Meeting House) for a chapel of ease. The Queen is inclined to give 100l. Please view the works, whether they are completed and what the charge thereof. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 98.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Geo. Howell, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Cardigan and Monmouth, praying allowance of 785l. 13s. 0d. for his extraordinary charges in his receipt being 3d. per £ on 62,852l. 18s. 11¾d. returned by him into the Exchequer. Reference Book VIII, p. 172.