Warrant Book
July 1706, 21-31

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'Warrant Book: July 1706, 21-31', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 713-729. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84858 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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July 1706, 21-31

July 23. J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the Auditors of Imprests for an explanation of their fees of 682l. 15s. 5d. for preparing the Earl of Ranelagh's accounts for the year 1699, 1700 and 1701. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 232.
Treasury reference to the Prizes Commissioners of the petition of Edward Grove shewing "that as a security for payment of 75l. he received a note from Mr. Antho. Burnaby, Secretary to the Prize Office, payable to his brother James [and drawn] upon the Deputy Receiver [of prizes]" but on application for payment was told by the Deputy Receiver that it had been paid to the said Secretary : and the said James is absconded and the Secretary not to be spoke with. Reference Book VIII, p. 235.
July 24. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Paymaster of the Works to pay 586l. 13s. 4d. to Henry Wise for keeping 40 additional acres of royal gardens (30 whereof is the new Wilderness at Kensington) not included in his contract : to wit for 2 years and 2 months to Lady day last : being at the rate of 16l. per acre.
Prefixing : report by Sir Christopher Wren et al. on said Wise's memorial for same. (Letter of direction dated Aug. 23 hereon).
Money Book XVIII, p. 256. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 160.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Charles Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces Abroad, to assign to James Brydges, present same, tallies and orders remaining undisposed in his hands to the value of 46,322l. [being for Contributions] for Reversionary Annuities ; being part of 80,160l. in such tallies and orders which were put into said Fox's hands 1705 May 4 viz. 56,160l. for the service of the 40,000 men and 12,000l. for the 10,000 additional men and 12,000l. for the 10,200 men in Portugal anno 1705.
Appending : a schedule of said tallies and orders to the total of 46,322l. : giving in each case the number of the order or tally, the amount of the reversionary annuity, the nominee's name and the purchase price : the said total being made up as follows viz. 25,248l. on one life ; 15,944l. on two lives and 5130l. on three lives : all as follows :
The said schedule of Reversionary orders and tallies remaining undisposed in Fox's hands : certified by E. Pauncefort.
on one [nominee's] life
No. 136. Ann Ball 60l. paid for 10l. annuity
146. Stephen Chase 300l. " 50l. "
149. Philadelpha Morer 72l. " 12l. "
152. John Bird 150l. " 25l. "
158. Cath[erine] Child 300l. " 50l. "
161. Elias Delpeuch 60l. " 10l. "
179. Cha. Gore 300l. " 50l. "
180. ditto 300l. " 50l. "
186. Lady Annabella Howard 2100l. " 350l. "
190. William Thatcher 660l. " 110l. "
191. William Jolliff 2400l. " 400l. "
196. Peter Leheup 150l. " 25l. "
197. ditto 150l. " 25l. "
199. Sarah Luke 60l. " 10l. "
200. Mary Linton 120l. " 20l. "
204. Mary Manningham 120l. " 20l. "
209. Mary Nurse 84l. " 14l. "
211. Sarah Osgood 60l. " 10l. "
212. Ann Osgood 60l. " 10l. "
214. Robt. Paule 60l. " 10l. "
217. Mary Pooley 84l. " 14l. "
218. ditto 84l. " 14l. "
219. Francis Hull 84l. " 14l. "
220. Majr. Carpenter 84l. " 14l. "
224. Daniel Pulteney 720l. " 120l. "
228. Jud. Margta. Rouzier 120l. " 20l. "
230. Mawhood Stobart 60l. " 10l. "
231. Sarah Stobart 60l. " 10l. "
233. Jos. Seward 60l. " 10l. "
235. Thos. Piggot Tipping 60l. " 10l. "
236. Finnetta Teale 60l. " 10l. "
237. Leetitia Atkinson 120l. " 20l. "
240. Mary Wagstaff 60l. " 10l. "
241. Mary Watson 150l. " 25l. "
244. John Ramsden 1200l. " 200l. "
251. Eliz. Browne 120l. " 60l. "
252. Edwd. Cox 120l. " 20l. "
No. 254. Marma. Prickett 450l. paid for 75l. annuity
255. Cha. Docminique 1200l. " 200l. "
258. Nich. Stephens 300l. " 50l. "
260. Margt. Stydolfe 600l. " 100l. "
261. Dame Frances Adam 600l. " 100l. "
263. Anne Bracegirdle 300l. " 50l. "
264. Eliz. Sunmon 84l. " 14l. "
267. Arthur Price 300l. " 50l. "
268. The honble. Geo. Cecill 2400l. " 400l. "
269. Eliz. Emes 120l. " 20l. "
271. Geo. Evelin 300l. " 50l. "
272. Mary Apsley 300l. " 50l. "
276. Eliz. Newnham 60l. " 10l. "
283. Eliz. Buck 180l. " 30l. "
284. Tho. Warneford 600l. " 100l. "
289. Eliz. Lyddell 120l. " 20l. "
290. Rich. Lyddell 120l. " 20l. "
292. Geo. Atkins 120l. " 20l. "
293. Mary Atkins 120l. " 20l. "
295. Hen. Bateman 1200l. " 200l. "
296. Step. Bateman 1200l. " 200l. "
313. Leond. Reresbie 588l. " 98l. "
322. Mary Gab[ri]el de Fonvive 84l. " 14l. "
323. Mary Lowther 900l. " 150l. "
329. Thos. Barnardiston 180l. " 30l. "
330. Mary le Chapellain 120l. " 20l. "
334. Mary Scott 60l. " 10l. "
338. Ann Dove 60l. " 10l. "
339. Jane Dove 60l. " 10l. "
342. The honble. Geo Wattson 300l. " 50l. "
343. Henry Stuart Stephens 600l. "
345. Eliz. Austen 150l. " 25l. "
348. Thomazena Nicholls 300l. " 50l. "
349. Thos. Brawne 120l. " 20l. "
352. John Pepin 240l. " 40l. "
total on one life 25248l.
on two [nominees'] lives
No. 846. Su[san] Kennet and Mary Soutt [? Scutt] 100l. paid for 25l. annuity
848. Eliz. and Nicho. Applegate 40l. " 10l. "
850. Allen and Cath. Catchpole 80l. " 20l. "
853. Ann Edon and Cha. Cooling 80l. " 20l. "
854. Eliz. Fisher and William Goodwin 80l. " 20l. "
855. Cha. and John Foster 200l. " 50l. "
857. Countess of Sunderland and daughter 40l. " 10l. "
No. 858. Jo. Hornden and Ma. Turfrey 40l. paid for 10l. annuity
861. Mary Ray and her daughter 48l. " 12l. "
864. Ri. Hughs and Sar. Humphres 40l. " 10l. "
866. Edwd. and Thos. Missenden 80l. " 20l. "
868. Magn. [? Magdalen] Ainsinque and Magn. Aufere [Aufrere] 40l. " 10l. "
870. Jane Aufrere and Magt. Ainsinque 40l. " 10l. "
872. Eliz. and Edwd. Bird 160l. " 40l. "
873. E. Bedingfeild and Hen. Merideth 80l. " 20l. "
874. Fra. and Eliz. Bond 40l. " 10l. "
875. Frances and Ma. Bond 40l. " 10l. "
878. Tho. Glover and An. Clarke 120l. " 30l. "
879. Jos. Nicholson and Standh Cholmley 160l. " 40l. "
880. William and John Cholmley 160l. " 40l. "
881. Ja. Burnett and Standh Cholmley 160l. " 40l. "
883. Jo. Cholmonly and Jo. South 160l. " 40l. "
884. Jo. and Standh Cholmley 160l. " 40l. "
885. Jo. and Eliz. Thurrett 160l. " 40l. "
886. Standh and Jo. Cholmley 80l. " 20l. "
889. Cath. and Sophia Lutkins 80l. " 20l. "
890. Gerrard and John Dunt 80l. " 20l. "
893. Cha. and Mary Magn de le Fountaine 84l. " 21l. "
896. Francisca and Ann Wallinger 80l. " 20l. "
897. William Bucknall and Jo. Ward 400l. " 100l. "
898. Hen. and Ma. Forth 40l. " 10l."
899. ditto 40l. " 10l. "
900. ditto 40l. " 10l. "
901. Ma. Graves and Ma. Pottinger 40l. " 10l. "
902. Jo. and Alice Manning 160l. " 40l. "
903. Eliz. and Hen. Walter 40l. " 10l. "
904. Patience Wight and Sarah Kent 40l. " 10l. "
905. Mary and Eliz. Fearne 60l. " 15l. "
No. 906. Mary and Eliz. Fearne 60l. paid for 15l. annuity
909. Rich. Briggs and Mil. Steele 120l. " 30l. "
911. Ann and Ben. Smith 40l. " 10l. "
912. Ma. Gibson and her daughter 80l. " 20l. "
913. Sarles Goatley and Eliz. Gillmore 200l. " 50l."
915. Tho. and Ma. Smith 40l. " 10l. "
918. Dorcas Young and daughter 40l. " 10l. "
920. William and Thos. Blackmore 40l. " 10l. "
921. Hester Clarke and daughter 80l. " 20l. "
922. John Brookes and Eliz. Sambrooke 80l. " 20l."
923. Nehe. Brookes and Jeffry Gibbs 80l. " 20l. "
924. Matt. and Susanna Skelton 200l. " 50l. "
925. Han. and Sarah Keyser 80l. " 20l. "
926. Geo. Tipping and Lucretia Carter 160l. " 40l. "
928. John and Eln. Hill 680l. " 170l. "
930. Ann and Hester Pine 40l. " 10l. "
931. Cath. and Tho. Rogers 40l. " 10l. "
933. Jo. and Mar. Ducommun 120l. " 30l. "
934. Jan. and Frances Ireland 80l. " 20l. "
935. Fra. Villers and La[dy] An. Hamilton 400l. " 100l. "
937. William and Eliz. Van Hulls 1200l. " 300l. "
938. Ma. Hedges and William Cæsar 160l. " 40l. "
940. Ann and Martha Ash 200l. " 50l. "
941. Ann Howe and Vin[cent] Chabane 60l. " 15l. "
942. ditto 60l. " 15l. "
943. Mag. and Jacob Vincent 40l. " 10l. "
944. ditto 40l. " 10l. "
945. Eliz. Barry and the Honble. Francis Berkly 200l. " 50l. "
947. Jo. and Smart Lethieulier 40l. " 10l. "
948. Jud[it]h and Eliz. Austen 144l. " 36l. "
949. William Jones and Thos. Barham 200l. " 50l. "
No. 950. James and John Garth 200l. paid for 50l. annuity
951. Sir Cha. and Eliz. Eyres 2000l. " 500l. "
953. Benj. Fownes and Ma. Castaigne 400l. " 100l. "
954. Sir Stafford and Doro. Fairbone 200l. " 50l. "
956. Robt. and Elinr. Davis 400l. " 100l. "
958. Peter and Cath. Hamelott 80l. " 20l. "
959. Jo. Hatley and Jo. Howe 40l. " 10l. "
961. Jo. Hatley and Sam Howe 40l. " 10l. "
962. Griff Hatley and Edwd. Jury 40l. " 10l. "
963. Jan. and John Hatley 40l. " 10l. "
964. Geo. and Ma. Hatley 40l. " 10l. "
967. Nich. Parkes and Ann French 40l. " 10l. "
969. Geo. and Mary Hatley 40l. " 10l. "
970. ditto 40l. " 10l. "
974. ditto 40l. " 10l. "
975. Ann and Sarah Maddocks 40l. " 10l. "
976. Ann and Fran[c]s Maddocks 40l. " 10l. "
977. Ma. and Jo. Kirkham 120l. " 30l. "
978. Isaac and Rachell Fernandes Nunes 680l. " 170l. "
979. Eliz. and Sarah Lardner 40l. " 10l. "
980. Eliz. Lynford and Ben. Lardner 40l. " 10l. "
981. ditto and Sarah Lardner 40l. " 10l. "
982. Eliz. Millner and Ann Whitfeild 120l. " 30l. "
984. Susan and John Munday 40l. " 10l. "
985. ditto [and] Mary Munday 40l. " 10l. "
990. Tho. and Cath. Raylton 80l. " 20l. "
991. Eliz. Read and Jo. Hampden 40l. " 10l. "
993. Jos. and Geo. Jenkins 280l. " 70l. "
997. Mawhood Stobart and Eliz. Brent 40l. " 10l. "
998. Sarah Stobart and ditto 40l. " 10l. "
No. 999. Sir Jo. and Jam. Narborough 1600l. paid for 400l. annuity
1002. Martha Tomlinson and daughter 40l. " 10l. "
1003. Cath. Villiers and La[dy] Fra. Hamilton 400l. " 100l. "
total on 2 lives 15944l.
on three [nominees'] lives
No. 1026. Benj., Harry and Septimus Benson 300l. paid for 100l. annuity
1027. Tho., Ann and Eliz. Creamer 30l. " 10l. "
1028. Tho., Ann and Tho. junr. Creamer 30l. " 10l. "
1031. James, Eliz. and Sarah Ingram 30l. " 10l. "
1034. Winifred, Eliz. and Ann Powell 450l. " 150l. "
1036. Cath. Upton and Cath. Upton and Eliz. her daughter 300l. " 100l. "
1037. Edwd. Whitaker, Ann his wife and Edwd. his son 300l. " 100l. "
1038. Caroline and Dame Clara Wood and Godolphin Edwards 300l. " 100l. "
1039. Ben. Thomas, Barbara his wife and Mary Holmes 30l. " 10l. "
1040. John and Dorothy Jennings and Margt. Edisbury 150l. " 50l. "
1043. Judith Maddocks, Mary Trevor and Eliz. Rooth 300l. " 100l. "
1045. Samll, Tho. and John Gerrard 300l. " 100l. "
1046. Francis and Cath. Wyvill and Henry Stevart Stevens 150l. " 50l. "
1047. George, Sarah and George Squire 60l. " 20l. "
1049. Henry Irons, Jane and Mary Elliott 30l. " 10l. "
1050. James, Mary and Edwd. Mackburney 75l. " 25l. "
1051. Mary Ball, Tho. and Hen. Colebran 30l. " 10l. "
1055. Sarah Norris, John Knight and Matthew Justice 150l. " 50l. "
1056. Martha Wells, Mary Rice and Witting Colton 60l. paid for 20l. annuity
1057. Eliz. Rolt, Carolina and Fettiplace Nott 30l. " 10l. "
1059. John Arnold, Joseph Quash and Mary Avery 90l. " 30l. "
1060. Hen. Arnold, Rich. Shortbridge and Joseph Quash 90l. " 30l. "
1061. Ann, Amy and Robert Andrews 150l. " 50l. "
1062. Ann, John and Jervis Searle 90l. " 30l. "
1063. Ann, Mary and John Lee 90l. " 30l. "
1065. Sir Stafford, Dorothy and William Fairbone 150l. " 50l. "
1066. Robt., Ann and Mary Pooley 300l. " 100l. "
1067. Eliz. and Ann Shovell and Eliz. D Aeth 675l. " 225l. "
1068. Mary Skinner, John Jackson and Hewer Edgeley 300l. " 100l. "
1071. Samll, Susanna and Ruth Tilghman 30l. " 10l. "
1073. Dorothy, Eliz. and Hellen Wattlington 30l. " 10l. "
1074. Dorothy, Judith and Hellen Wattlington 30l. " 10l. "
total on 3 lives 5130l.
Full total 46,322l.
Money Book XVIII, pp. 257-9.
Money warrant for 37l. 10s. 0d. to William Petyt for last June 24 quarter for 3 clerks for digesting the records in Cæsar's Chapel in the Tower. (Money order dated July 24 hereon).
25l. to George Holmes for same quarter as Chief Clerk to said Petyt, the Supervisor of said work. Ibid., p. 260. Order Book VI, p. 499. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 156.
Same for 17l. 8s. 4d. to Sir Erasmus Norwich for the surplusage on his account as sheriff for co. Northampton in 1704 : same arising by his payment of reward to Eliz. Burton for apprehending Martha Howell, a robber on the highway. (Money order dated July 29 hereon). Money Book XVIII, p. 260. Order Book VI, p. 506.
Same for 20l. to Dr. Green for half a year to March 25 last on his fee as Professor of Physic in the University of Cambridge.
8l. 6s. 8d. to Emanuell College for same time on their perpetuity. Money Book XVIII, p. 261.
Same for 1300l. to John, Duke of Marlborough for 3 months to 1706 March 29 on his ordinary as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.
900l. to John Methuen for 1706 Lady day quarter on same as Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal.
900l. to Thomas, Lord Raby for same time as same to the King of Prussia.
720l. to Alexander Stanhope, 450l. thereof for same time as Envoy Extraordinary to the States General and 270l. for same time as Plenipotentiary for negotiating several affairs.
450l. to James Vernon for same time as Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark.
720l. to George Stepney, 450l. thereof for same time as Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Germany and 270l. for same time as Plenipotentiary.
450l. to Richard Hill for same time as Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy.
450l. to John Robinson for same time as same to the King of Sweden.
450l. to Emanuell Scroop How for same time as same to the Princes of Brunswick Luneburg.
450l. to Abraham Stanyan for same time as same to the Swiss Cantons.
450l. to Dr. Harry Newton for same time as same to the Great Duke of Tuscany.
450l. to Cha. Whitworth for same time as same to the Czar of Muscovy.
270l. to John Wych for same time as Resident with the Hanse Towns.
180l. to Harry Davenant for same time as her Majesty's Secretary at Frankfort.
95l. to Benjamin Lodington for same quarter on his allowance or salary as Agent and Consul General at Tripoli.
150l. to Robert Cole for same time as Agent and Consul at Algiers.
32l. 10s. 0d. to Gasper Perrinet Dazeliers for same time as her Majesty's Resident at Geneva. (Money orders dated July 26 hereon). Money Book XVIII, pp. 262-3. Order Book VI, pp. 502-3, 523.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Henry Baker, to pay to Robert Perryman, Agent to the Earl of Essex's Dragoons, the 533l. 6s. 8d. lately imprested to said Baker ut supra p. 688 for distribution among the three Troops of said Dragoons. Money Book XVIII, p. 338.
Letter of direction for 15,000l. to the Navy Treasurer : out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 : for services as follows viz. :
l.
for Wages : being to carry on the recalls 10000
for Victualling : to be imprested to Capt. Harlowe for such services as the Commander in Chief of the Fleet shall direct 5000
£15000
Disposition Book XVIII, p. 150.
Letter of direction for 2000l. to John Tailor, deputy to Samuell Travers, Surveyor General of Crown Lands : out of Civil List moneys : as in further part of the second 20,000l. for building at Woodstock. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 151.
Same for 750l. to Sir Charles Hedges : out of Civil List moneys : for secret service. Ibid., p. 153.
J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the Earl of Derby, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, enclosing the petition [missing] of Richard Hudshon with the report of the Surveyor General of Crown Lands thereon. As this concerns the revenue of the County Palatine [sic] of Lancaster the Lord Treasurer sends the papers to you to do as you think best. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 223.
Same to Mr. Brydges. The Lord Treasurer has this day directed Mr. Fox, late Paymaster of the Forces, to assign to you 46,322l. in tallies and orders for reversionary annuities ut supra p. 714. Please lay before the Lord Treasurer an account of the services proper to be supplied out of the said tallies. Ibid., p. 233.
July 24 and August 1. Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of William Gurle, son and administrator to Leonard Gurle late Keeper of St. James's Gardens, shewing that he is in custody for 260l. due to her Majesty for Customs on tobacco, but 2060l. remains due to him from Charles II as administrator to his father : for want of which he has been obliged to mortgage his estate. Reference Book VIII, p. 234.
July 24. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of part of Waltham Forest where Sir Thomas Webster bart. desires to enclose a way for the more easy and safe access to his seat of Copthall where he now inhabits : all in order to a lease to him of the said enclosure for 31 years at 1l. 5s. 0d. per an. rent.
Prefixing : said Surveyor's report on said Webster's petition for same. The present way is as petitioner alleges very bad and dangerous. The way now proposed to be made at his own charge will extend from Epping Road in a straight line to the end of his avenue leading to Copthall, in length on the south west side 146 rods and on the north east side 133 rods and 8 rodd and 13 foot in breadth and contains by admeasurement 7 acres 2 rods 20 perches. What is desired will be no prejudice to the forest as there is no timber on the premises but only bushes and shrubs with which all the neighbouring parts in Epping Walk (where the said premises are situate) do abound. The borderers on the forest do usuall turn in cattle to feed upon the premises and this petitioner's tenants chiefly, but I dont find they have any just claim to such privilege but that her Majesty may lease any part thereof. "And it were to be wished that since this [Epping] Walk for many miles together is altogether neglected both in regard to deer and timber that some enclosures might be made for nursing up young trees or improving the land (which is a tolerably good soil) rather than let it remain useless as it does at present." The petitioner proposes to plant with young trees and there being a way across the same from some villages thereabouts to Epping &c. he engages he will affix 2 clap gates in the common passage now used which will prevent any inconveniences by the intended inclosure. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, pp. 522-3.
Same by same to the Principal Commissioners for Prizes to appoint Jonathan Thomas (an extraordinary clerk in the Accountant's Office for Prizes) as clerk there loco Edward Richbell, who notwithstanding frequent admonitions continues negligent after the most unaccountable manner and "without erring" not having attended the office one whole day in a week.
Prefixing : report from said Commissioners and representation from William Bathurst and John Portman, accountants in said Office. Ibid., pp. 524-5.
Same by same to same to appoint John Scudamore and Geo. Henshaw (merchants and partners residing in Genoa) as joint agents for prizes at Genoa and all the ports and places belonging to that Republic : at 5 per cent. of the proceeds of all prizes brought into and disposed of there by them : all by reason that Consul Thomas Kirke who was thereto deputed in Jan. 1704-5 has not given the usual security.
Prefixing : said Commissioners' report recommending Scudamore and Henshaw who are well recommended by Richard Hoare and Cha. Henshaw merchants of London. Ibid., p. 525.
Same by same to the Queen's Remembrancer for stay of process against the Salt Commissioners on their accounts, the same being now delivered to the Auditors. Ibid., p. 529.
Same by same to Charles, Duke of Bolton et al. sureties of Thomas Cobb, late Receiver General of Taxes for co. Southampton, to make up and pass the said Receiver's accounts.
Prefixing : report by the Agents for Taxes on the petition of said sureties. Out Letters (Affairs of Taxes) I, pp. 105-6.
Treasurer Godolphin to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Lieut. Col. Samuell Boisrond praying 200l. to support him in his sickness contracted in the late war in Ireland and Flanders. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 411.
July 25. Letter of direction for 85,696l. 13s. 10d. to James Brydges : out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 : for services as follows viz. :
£ s. d.
in part of 886,223l. 18s. 6d. for the 40,000 men anno 1706
for Contingencies : and is to be paid to Joseph Downing for books entituled "the Soldier's Monitor" 89 16 0
in part of 222,379l. 5s. 10d. for 10,210 men in Portugal anno 1706
for Contingencies to be paid to said Downing for same 14 5 0
for Mr. Charles Boucher in full of 150l. for his services in buying horses for the Forces in Portugal 139 6 0
for 2 months' subsistence Aug. 24 next to Sept. 23 next for the said 10,210 men 29578 10 7
in part of 414,166l. 13s. 6d. for subsidies to the Allies anno 1706
for 2 months' subsidy to the King of Portugal for the 13000 men to be maintained by him : to wit for the months of Sept. and Oct. 1706 25000 0 0
in part of 250,000l. for prosecuting the successes in Spain
to answer a bill of exchange drawn June 19 last by Mr. Scudamore and Mr. Henshaw from Genoa for 9426 dollars 5 sols at 61 pence English per dollar 2395 15 11
on the order for extraordinary services of the war not provided for in last session of Parliament
for Lieut. Col. Durand for 84 days' pay by way of advance upon his going on the present Expedition in the quality of an engineer 42 0 0
for subsistence for the French Regiment of Foot commanded by Count Nassau 500 0 0
for same for 202 men of the French Regiment of Dragoons from June 1 last to Aug. 23 next being 85 days at 6d. each man per diem 429 5 0
for same for 150 horses from June 14 last to Aug. 23 next being 72 days at 8d. each horse per diem 360 0 0
for Lieut. Gen. Erle in advance on his pay 1000l., and 84l. per 84 days' same for his 2 Aides de Camp 1084 0 0
for Sir Henry Furnese for the value of sundry foreign coins and for his commission for providing same, being 20,000 ounces of silver in pieces of Eight at 5s. 7¼d. per ounce ; 2500 French and Spanish Pistoles at 17s. 6d. each ; commission at 11s. per 100l. 7834 10 4
for Antho. Laussac, Chaplain to the General of the Forces in this Expedition : as royal bounty 50 0 0
for John Jones and John Shuter, printers in advance of their pay at 50s. per week each 20 0 0
for John Williams, for providing a printing press 70 0 0
the last 9 items above representing a total of 10,389l. 15s. 4d. "on account of the Expedition." for the Elector Palatine for her Majesty's share of the pay of 3000 Troops of Augmentation for the public service in Italy from March 17 last to Sept. 23 according to the Treaty : being the value of 189,937 guilders at 10 guilders 10 stivers per £ sterling 18089 5 0
£85696 13 10
Disposition Book XVIII, pp. 151-2.
Entry of the Treasury signature of the docquet of a grant to John Kirton and Anto. Kirton at the nomination of Sir Salathiel Lovell Kt. of a messuage or tenement in the parish of Christleton ut supra p. 556. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, p. 523.
July 29. Royal sign manual for 3000l. to Ann, Countess of De Lorraine, (Deloraine) lately Ann Duncombe, as royal bounty for her marriage portion as one of the Maids of Honour. (Money warrant dated Aug. 3 hereon). (Money order dated Aug. 10 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 51. Order Book VI, p. 504. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 158.
Same for 537l. 10s. 0d. to Capt. Edward Montague, Aide de Camp to Henry, Earl of Galway, Commander in chief in Portugal, for bringing an express from the said Earl of his arrival with the allied Forces at Madrid and of the declaration of that city for Charles III King of Spain. (Money warrant dated August 1 hereon). (Money order dated Aug. 2 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 80. Order Book VI, p. 504. Money Book XVIII, p. 273. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 158.
J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes who is still indisposed) to Mr. Morrice. The Lord Treasurer approves what you have done for supporting the Spaniards taken on for the King of Spain's service. He is also glad to hear that you find that the late Ambassador Methuen's accounts with Mr. Martin relating to that Regiment are clear. Use your utmost care to keep all accounts so and give your assistance in the adjusting those of the late Ambassador : in particular please peruse the enclosed copy [missing] of bills brought to the Treasury by Sir Henry Furnese of which he desires payment viz. one drawn by the late Ambassador for 4450 milreis and the other by the Earl of Peterborough for 7000 pieces of Eight which the said Ambassador requested you to pay. Have you paid same or any part thereof ? Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 233.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Henry St. John, Secretary at War, to prepare a royal warrant for paying 11,237l. 9s. 8d. to Col. John Hill to clear his Regiment from 1704 Aug. 25 (which is the date of the expiration of the last muster thereof in Portugal) to 1705 June 24 notwithstanding any want or defect of muster rolls within that time : that is to say
£ s. d.
to clear the said Regiment from 25 Aug. 1704 to 24 June 1705 being the full pay thereof according to the Portugal Establishment after deducting 2379l. 8s. 10d. for respits 10540 11 2
to make good to the Officers thereof the respited pay of 2379l. 8s. 10d. 577 10 6
to make good to the said Officers the pay of sundry men respited on the last muster who died or deserted the service after the said muster, to wit to the times of their death or desertion 119 8 0
£11237 9 8
Prefixing : report dated 1706 June 7 from Jos. Tredenham and Arth. Moore, Comptrollers of Army Accounts, on the representation of Col. John Hill ut supra p. 633 praying the adjusting the accounts of his Regiment during the time they were prisoners in France.
Hereon the Comptrollers report that in adjusting the accounts in accordance with the Act of 4-5 Anne c. 12 (which provides inter al. for the pay of the Regiments of Lieut. General Stewart, made prisoners at Castle d'Ovida in Portugal in June 1704, and of Col. John Hill's Regiment made prisoners at Port Allegre in May 1704 and so continued for the space of twelve months or thereabouts) "we have taken the following method. We directed the several Officers to form muster rolls for every two months from the time of the last muster of them in Portugal to the time they were mustered on their return into England." We have strictly examined same with the last muster rolls taken in Portugal and with the receipts for the draughts made into Lieut. Gen. Stewart's Regiment and the muster rolls taken on the landing in England. And we have heard and examined the Officers thereon : and thereupon we have computed the respits as follows from 25 Aug. 1704 to 25 June 1705.
Subsistence. Offreckonings. Full respits.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
the Colonel's Company 79 6 6 26 8 10 105 15 4
the Lieut. Colonel's Company 129 14 10 39 13 0 169 7 10
the Major's Company 137 6 6 49 0 10 186 7 4
Capt. Woolseley's Company 146 5 6 48 15 2 195 0 8
Capt. Milburn's Company 102 18 2 32 19 2 135 17 4
Capt. Irwin's Company 25 12 6 8 10 10 34 3 4
Capt. Yarborough's Company 267 7 0 75 7 4 342 14 4
Capt. Hanmer's Company 172 6 6 57 8 10 229 15 4
Capt. Nevill's Company 137 6 6 45 15 6 183 2 0
Capt. Mortimer's Company 120 16 0 40 5 4 161 1 4
Capt. Humphrey's Company 119 12 6 39 17 6 159 10 0
Capt. Gilbert's Company 161 7 6 43 12 6 205 0 0
Capt. Collingwood's Company 201 18 4 69 15 8 271 14 0
£1801 18 4 £577 10 6 £2379 8 10
We compute the full pay of the Regiment according to the Portugal Establishment from 25 Aug. 1704 to 24 June 1705 to amount to 12920l., so that after deducting the above respites there will remain 10,540l. 11s. 2d. to clear the Regiment to that time. There were several that were respited in the last muster rolls taken in Portugal and the Officers affirm that these were then in their Companies and remained so till death or desertion and were subsisted accordingly. And the Officers allege that that muster was taken after the Regiment was made prisoners of war and was not taken by view but by report ; which we are inclinable to believe, there being sundry of these private men respited on those rolls which we find afterwards delivered to Lieut. Gen. Stewart or mustered in England. These we have allowed but as to those alleged to have died or deserted (amounting to 119l. 8s. 0d. as follows) we submit the consideration thereof to your Lordship.
Full respit. Whereof offreckonings.
£ s. d. £ s. d.
the Colonel's Company 8 1 4 2 0 4
the Major's Company 0 14 8 0 3 8
Capt. Wolseley's Company 27 15 4 6 18 10
Capt. Milburn's Company 32 17 4 8 4 4
Capt. Yarborough's Company 16 19 4 4 4 10
Capt. Hanmer's Company 6 7 4 1 11 10
Capt. Nevill's Company 11 16 8 2 19 2
Capt. Mortimer's Company 6 7 4 1 11 10
Capt. Collingwood's Company 8 8 8 2 2 2
£119 8 0 £29 17 0
If this item be allowed it will make the total clearings 10,659l. 19s. 2d. [sic]. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, pp. 526-8.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Queen's Remembrancer to enlarge from prison Nathaniell Rich, late Receiver General for co. Essex, until the first day of Michaelmas term next on security to settle his debt to the Crown in the interim.
Prefixing : report by the Agents for Taxes in the case. Ibid., p. 530.
Letters patent by same appointing Henry Joynes and William Boulter (appointed in June 1705 joint Comptrollers of the Works at Woodstock) to act jointly with John Vanbrugh in making all contracts relating to the buildings and gardens at Woodstock. Ibid., p. 531.
July 31. Allowance by same of the incidents bill, detailed, of the Prize Office for half a year to 1705 Xmas : total 472l. 5s. 8d. Money Book XVIII, p. 264.
Warrant by same to the Exchequer to distribute and apply the sum of 69,517l. 8s. 2d. to Deficient Funds as follow : the said sum representing the income between July 16 inst. and July 31 inst. from branches of the revenue as follows : viz. 9100l. from Windows ; 231l. 5s. 0½d. from Additional Impositions ; 2564l. 8s. 8d. from New Duty on Paper Continued ; 6122l. 11s. 7d. from New Customs ; 4650l. from Marriages ; 41,254l. 17s. 6¼d. from Continued Impositions ; 4249l. 17s. 2½d. from Salt and Whale Fins ; 1341l. 8s. 1½d. from surpluses of the Marriage Duties beyond what will supply the register [of loans and tallies thereon] : and nil from the surplus of the three fourths Customs : the said distribution and application to be hereby as follows : viz.
The Deficiencies as computed by Act of Parliament. How they stood upon the Register the 31st July, 1706. The distribution and application hereby ordered.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
First 4s. Aid 55622 10 5 12199 19 11 1808 0 0
Third 4s. Aid 407372 0 3 14003 9 3 13221 13 1
Fourth 4s. Aid 917101 13 17938 10 8 29810 9
Second Quarterly Poll 89275 13 4 235000 0 0 2901 18
Three Fourths Customs 213447 15 9
Additional Impositions 445177 7 4 69874 19 10½ 14470 10
Vellum and Parchment 224114 7 45547 1 7284 17
Marriages 648000 0 0
3000111 8 0 183064 1 3 69517 8 2
Deduct for the Registers of Three Fourths Customs and Marriages now cleared 861447 15 9
2138663 12 3
Money Book XVIII, p. 277.
J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to Mr. Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons. The Lord Treasurer agrees to your disposing of a further 31,434l. 3s. 9¼d. of the tallies and orders on Malt anno 1706 which were put into your hands, to any one who will advance on same at 4½ per cent. : to wit for services as follows : viz.
£ s. d.
in part of 264,874l. 10s. 0d. for Guards and Garrisons anno 1706
for 33 days' subsistence July 23 inst. to Aug. 24 next for the Troops and Regiments in England 9781 9 0
for 61 days' clearings to same from April 25 last to June 24 last 6702 19 0
for pay of the Garrisons for same time 2381 19
for pay of the Capt. General and General Staff Officers from March 25 last to June 24 last 2546 19 1
on account of Contingencies to pay several warrants and pensions to same date 1834 14
in part of 87,125l. 10s. 0d. for 5000 men for sea service anno 1706
for 33 days' subsistence to Aug. 24 next for Erle's and Paston's Regiments 2609 1 3
ditto for Livesay's and Whetham's Regiments 1101 15 5
for 3 months' subsistence June 25 last to Sept. 22 next for Handasyde's Regiment according to the muster rolls from Jamaica 2123 12 6
for 61 days' clearings for Erle's and Paston's Regiments to June 24 last 1883 7 2
ditto for Livesay's Regiment 349 17 0
ditto for Whetham's Regiment 118 8 10
£31434 3
Disposition Book XVIII, pp. 153-4.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to report on the enclosed memorial of the officers of the Board of Greencloth proposing that the Queen's moiety of some French wine from the vessel Janueken under seizure at the Custom House may be taken in kind. May this be done as the law now stands?
Appending : said memorial. We are under a present necessity for wines for the Household, not having in store sufficient for one month's service. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 234.
Same to Sir Jeffry Jeffrys. The Lord Treasurer thinks Thomas Byerly should be reimbursed his charges relating to the seizure of the Eagle galley as proposed in the enclosed report [missing] from the Customs Commissioners. Ibid.