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'Declared Accounts: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 29: 1714-1715 (1957), pp. CXIII-CXLII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86431 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GUARDS AND GARRISONS, ETC.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 102 [E.351/102].
Robert Walpole, Paymaster General of the Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces.
25 October 1714 to 25 October 1715.
By Letters Patent of 5 October 1 George I [C.66/3508] the appointment of John Howe to be Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons and of Chelsea Hospital and that of Thomas Moore to be Paymaster of the Land Forces in the Low Countries and elsewhere abroad and of the Garrisons of Minorca, Dunkirk and Gibraltar were revoked and Robert Walpole was appointed Paymaster General of all His Majesty's Guards and Garrisons and Land Forces in Great Britain and elsewhere, except in Ireland.
Charge. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Accompt nil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 1 Geo. I, in full of 150,000l., by Privy Seal of 21 Oct. 1714 150,000 0 0
ditto, in part of 150,000l. by the same Privy Seal 98,060 0
Easter term 1 & 2 Geo. I, in full of the same 51,939 19
ditto, in part of 550,000l. for the year 1715 by a general Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Sign Manual of 7 May 1715 424,902 7
Michaelmas term, 2 Geo. I, in further part of the same 37,452 0
762,354 7
Voluntary charge: money received of Henry, Earl of Lincoln, the succeeding Paymaster:
from 17 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716 30,000l. 0s. 0d.; for a year to 24 Dec. 1717 134,886l. 11s. 8½d.; more placed to the same Accompt 12,500l. 0s. 0d.; in all 177,386 11
interest on tallies on Loans on the Malt Duty for 1715 3,132 0
profit on Exchange of money remitted to Gibraltar and Minorca 2,563 15
deduction from the pay of the four Independent Companies at Placentia 26 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 towards reimbursing the charge of provisions sent them from Great Britain 1,349 8 0
deduction out of the pay of the several Regiments etc. for the pay of men directed to be allowed on the Muster Rolls, for making a fund for payment of Pensions to Officers’ widows 12,852 3
197,283 19 0
total charge and receipts £959,638 6
Discharge.
Pay of the General and Staff Officers:
James, Duke of Ormond, as Captain General and Commander in Chief, at 10l. per diem, with two Aides de Camp, each at 10s. per diem; 30 Sept. 1714 to 4 Oct. 1714 55 0 0
the Duke of Marlborough, succeeding him at the same rate, with his two Aides de Camp and Secretary at 10s. eachper diem; 5 Oct. 1714 to 24 Dec. 1714 931 10 0
John Armstrong, Secretary, and Col. Charles Churchill and Col. Robert Read, Aides de Camp to the Commander in Chief, at 10s. per diem each; 25 Dec. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 418 10 0
John Richmond Webb, as Lieut. General, at 4l. per diem, with 10s. per diem to Samuel Lynn, his Secretary; 30 Sept. 1714 to 9 April 1715 864 0 0
Henry Lumley and Thomas Earl, as Lieuts. General, at 4l. each per diem and Thomas Sydenham, as their Secretary, at 10s. per diem; 9 April 1715 to 29 Sept. 1715 778 10 0
Thomas Wetham, as Major General, at 40s. per diem; 30 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 730 0 0
Joseph Wightman, as Brigadier, at 30s.per diem; same time 547 10 0
John Howe, late Paymaster General, at 20s. per diem; 30 Sept. 1714 to 4 Oct. 1714 5 0 0
Robert Walpole, this Accomptant, as Paymaster General; 5 Oct. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 360 0 0
William Pulteney, as Secretary at War; 30 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715; at 20s. per diem 365 0 0
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of Musters, for himself and nine Deputies at 5l. 19s. 4d. per diem; year to 29 Sept. 1715 2,177 16 6
Sir Philip Meadows and James Bruce, Comptrollers of Army Accompts, at 4l. 2s. 2¼d. per diem: same time 1,499 17
James Astry, their Secretary, at 16s. 5¼d.per diem; same time 299 19
Metcalfe Grahme, Adjutant General, at 20s. per diem; same time 365 0 0
John Armstrong, Quarter Master General, ditto; same time 365 0 0
Thomas Lascells, Deputy Quarter Master General, at 5s. per diem; same time 91 5 0
Thomas Byde, Judge Advocate General, for himself, a Clerk and Deputy at Jersey and Guernsey at 20s. per diem; 30 Sept. 1714 to 18 Sept. 1715; and Edward Hughs, succeeding him, 18 to 29 Sept. 1715 365 0 0
Sir Samuel Garth, Physician General, at 10s. per diem; 13 Oct. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 176 0 0
Alexander Inglis, Chyrurgeon General, at 10s. per diem; year to Michaelmas 1715 182 10 0
Dr. Coatsworth, Apothecary General; 30 Sept. 1714 to 12 Jan. 1714–15; Benjamin Teale, succeeding him, to 29 Sept. 1715; at 10s. per diem 182 10 0
Col. Jonas Watson, Firemaster to the Grenadiers, at 3s. per diem; year to 29 Sept. 1715 54 15 0
Hugh Warren, Surveyour of the Guards, at 2s. 6d. per diem; same time 45 12 6
Charles Pinckney, Marshall to the Horse and Grenadier Guards, at 7s. per diem; same time 127 15 0
Robert Mawgridge, Drum Major, at 19¾d. per diem; same time 30 0
Richard Pulling and John Mynat, Messengers to the Secretary of the Forces and Paymaster General, at 19¾d. eachper diem, abating 8s. 2¾d. not paid; same time 59 13
Thomas Murphy, Provost Marshal General, at 5s. per diem; 30 Sept. 1714 to 1 Feb. 1714–15; John Fury succeeding him to 29 Sept. 1715; also for three men to attend the Judge Advocate General at 18d. per diem each; same time; also to the said Thomas Murphy as Barrack-master to the Savoy at 3s. 3½d. per diem, 1 Feb. 1714–15 to 29 Sept. 1715 213 0
the Duke of Argyle, as Commander in Chief in North Britain, at 4l. per diem; 25 Dec. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 1,116 0 0
James Cockburn, his Secretary, at 10s.per diem; same time 139 10 0
Col. Dubourgay, Quarter Master General there, same rate; same time 139 10 0
Adam Smith, Clerk of the Courts Marshal there, at 7s. 6d. per diem; year to 29 Sept. 1715 136 17 6
12,822 13
pay of the Regiments:
the First Troop of Horse Guards (John, Lord Ashburnham and John, Duke of Montague, successively); Officers etc. and 156 private gentlemen abating 30l. 5s. for respits; year to 24 Oct. 1715 16,516 8 4
the Second Troop of Horse Guards (George, late Duke of Northumberland and Algernon, Earl of Hertford, successively); same numbers etc.; same time 16,546 13 4
the Third Troop of Horse Guards (Charles, Earl of Arran and George, Lord Newborough); the same; same time 16,546 13 4
the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards (John, Earl of Dundonnald); the same; abating 118l. 19s. for respits; same time 16,427 14 4
the First Troop of Grenadier Guards (George, Lord Newborough and James, Lord Lumley, successively); Officers etc. and 145 private men; abating
7l. 12s. 6d. for respits; same time
10,735 10 10
the Second Troop of Grenadier Guards (John, Earl Mareschall and Charles, Earl of Deloraine, successively); the same; abating 61s. for respits; same time 10,740 2 4
the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (Charles, Earl of Peterborough and John, Duke of Argyle, successively); Officers etc. and 288 men; abating 76l. 5s. for respits; same time 25,157 8 4
the King's Own Regiment of Horse (General Lumley); Officers etc. and 270 private men; abating 8l. for respits; same time 24,404 8 4
the Lord Windsor's Regiment of Horse; Officers etc. and 180 private soldiers; same time 16,601 8 4
the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Thomas, Earl of Strafford, and Richard, Lord Cobham, successively); Officers etc. and 240 private dragoons in eight Troops to 24 Dec. 1714 and thereafter in six Companies; abating 131l. 3s. for respits; same time 11,611 4 10
the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons (David, Earl of Portmore); Officers etc. and 270 private men to 24 Dec. 1714 and thereafter reduced to 180 private men 12,027 11 4
Lieut. General Carpenter's Regiment of Dragoons; Officers etc. and 180 private men; same time 11,172 0 10
Lieut. Gen. Echlyn's, later the Earl of Stair's Regiment of Dragoons; the same; same time 11,172 0 10
William Kerr's Regiment of Dragoons; the same but abating 4l. 11s. 6d. for respits; 25 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 9,300 7 2
the First Regiment of Foot Guards (John, Duke of Marlborough); Officers etc. and 1,120 private men; abating 158l. 12s. for respits; for the time of this Accompt 37,713 3 10
the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (William, Earl of Cadogan); Officers etc. and 560 men; for the time of the Accompt; with four additional Companies of Officers etc. and 160 private men from 22 July to 24 Oct. 1715; abating 50s. 10d. for respits and 95l. 17s. 8d. saved by the additional Companies not being complete 20,753 7 4
the Third Regiment of Foot Guards (John, Earl of Dunmore); Officers etc. and 720 private men; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 24,658 15 10
Piercy Kirk's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 400 private men; abating 43s. 6d. for the pay of the Drum Major disallowed for 29 days from 26 Sept. 1715; same time 10,138 14 10
Lieut. Gen. Seymour's Regiment of Foot; the same; same abatement and 5½d. not paid; same time 10,138 14
Brig. Hans Hamilton's, later Richard, Viscount Irwyn's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 400 private men to 24 Aug. 1715; Officers etc. and 600 private men to 24 Oct. 1715; abating 58l. 4s. by not completing the two additional companies till after 25 Aug.; same time 10,720 13 6
Col. Henry Desney's Regiment; Officers etc. and 400 private men; 25 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1714 1,694 15 8
the Royal Regiment of Fuziliers (James O'Hara); Officers etc., 462 private men and 50 Grenadiers to 24 Dec. 1714, thereafter Officers etc. and 512 private men; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 12,739 3 2
Col. Richard Phillips's Regiment; Officers etc. and 512 private men, but with a slight modification of Establishment from 25 Dec. 1714; same time 12,538 8 2
[Lieut. Gen.] Nicholas Sankey's Regiment of Foot; the same; same time 12,538 8 2
Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham's Regiment of Foot; the same; same time 12,538 8 2
the Earl of Barrimore's, later Stanhope Cotton's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 387 private men to 24 Dec. 1714, abating 4l. 1s. 4d. for respits; same, slightly modified, from 25 Dec. 1714 abating 24l. 7s. 4d. for respits; same time 10,989 2 10
Maj. Gen. Thomas Pearce's Regiment of Foot; the same, abating 119l. 14s. for respits; same time 10,897 17 6
Lieut. Gen. Meredyth's Regiment of Foot; the same, abating 40l. 12s. for respits; same time 10,976 19 6
the Royal Regiment of Foot (the Earl of Orkney); Officers etc. and 720 private men; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 March 1714–15 inclusive (when this Regiment was transferred to the Irish Establishment) 7,801 13 4
the late Earl of Forfar's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 360 private men, abating 45s. for the Drum Major's pay; 25 Oct. 1714 to 25 March 1715 (when this Regiment was transferred to the Irish Establishment); and Officers etc. and 600 private men on its return from Ireland from 25 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1715, abating 50l. 12s. saved by the Regiment not being full till after 25 Aug. 1715 6,622 2 8
Lieut. Gen. John Richmond Webb's Regiment; Officers etc. and 360 private men; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 March 1714–15 inclusive (when this Regiment was transferred to the Irish Establishment), abating 45s. for the Drum Major's pay 3,995 9 6
Maj. Gen. Hill's, later Col. Edward Montague's Regiment of Foot; the same to 24 March 1714–15 inclusive (when this Regiment was likewise transferred to the Irish Establishment); Officers etc. and 360 private men from 13 Aug. 1715 when the Regiment, then under Montague, arrived from Ireland; and Officers etc. and 600 private men from 24 Aug., abating 36l. 6s. for so much saved by the two additional Companies not being complete 6,587 4 4
the Earl of Orrery's Regiment of Foot; as Lieut. Gen. Webb's Regiment to 24 March 1714–15 and with two additional Companies from 18 Aug. to 24
Oct. 1715, abating 15l. 17s. 4d. for respits and 63l. 16s. 8d. saved by the said two Companies not being complete 6,420 15 6
Brig. Sutton's Regiment of Foot; the same to 24 Dec. 1714 and at 6d. a day less to 25 March 1715, abating 17l. 18s. for respits 3,977 11 6
the Earl of Hartford's, later Col. Henry Harrison's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 556 men according to the Establishments for Forces in Flanders, abating 40s. 8d. for respits, 25 Oct. 1714 to 30 Sept. 1715 and thereafter from 1 Oct. to 24 Oct. 1715, with additional Officers and 108 additional privates 12,523 19 6
the Earl North and Grey's, later Brig. Henry Grove's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 500 private men; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715, with twelve additional corporals and 164 additional private men from 1 Oct. 1714 11,889 9 6
Brig. Stearn's Regiment of Foot; the same; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 11,743 17 6
the Lord Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 360 private men; 25 Dec. 1714 to 24 Aug. 1715, abating for a Chaplain's pay respited 25 Dec. 1714 to 24 April 1715 40l. 6s. 8d.; and Officers etc. and 500 private men from 25 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1715 with two additional Companies being raised from 25 Aug. 1715 8,680 13 10
Col. Thomas Pitt's Regiment of Horse; Officers etc. and 180 private soldiers; 21 July to 24 Oct. 1715 4,366 8 0
Maj. Gen. Owen Wynn's Regiment of Dragoons; Officers etc. and 180 private men abating 9l. for respits; 22 July to 24 Oct. 1715 2,898 15 10
Maj. Gen. John Pepper's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, same respits 2,898 15 10
Brig. Humphrey Gore's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Brig. Philip Honeywood's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Brig. Phineas Bowles's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Brig. Richard Munden's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Brig. James Dormer's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Col. William Newton's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, but abating 36l. 9s. for respits 2,871 6 10
Col. Charles Churchill's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, again abating 9l. for respits 2,898 15 10
Col. James Tyrell's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, but abating 33l. 18s. 2d. for respits 2,873 17 8
Sir Robert Rich's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, again abating 9l. for respits 2,898 15 10
Col. Richard Molesworth's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, ditto 2,898 15 10
Col. William Stanhope's Regiment of Dragoons; as above, but abating 19l. 4s. for respits 2,888 11 10
Brig. Stanwix's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 400 private men, 22 July 1715, or the several days of their entering into service, to 24 Oct. 1715, and for a drum major 30 July 1715 to 25 Sept. 1715, with additional corporals, drummers and 100 private men from 29 Sept. 1715 or later to 24 Oct. 1715 2,491 8 2
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment, between 22 July 1715 and 24 Oct. 1715 2,554 17 2
Brig. Grant's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment and time, with additional Officers etc. and 100 private men from enlistment to 24 Oct. 1715 2,736 4 0
Col. Charles Dubourgay's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment and time, abating 33l. 13s. 10d. for respits 2,516 11 8
Col. Pocock's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment and time, with an additional company (Officers etc. and 50 private men) between 26 Sept. and 24 Oct. 1715 2,580 18 3
Col. Lucas, for ten companies of his Regiment of Foot; as above, 22 July to 24 Oct. 1715, abating 46l. 18s. 2d. for respits, and for two additional Companies (Officers etc. and 100 private men) from 26 Sept. 1715 2,628 1 2
Col. Thomas Chudleigh's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment and time 2,708 11 0
Col. Roger Handasyde's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment; between 22 July and 24 Oct. 1715 2,423 9 8
Maj. Gen. Sabine's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 360 private men, abating 46l. 16s. for respits; 1 Sept. to 24 Oct. 1715 1,282 1 0
Brig. George Preston's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment, abating 22l. 17s. 4d. for recepits; 6 Sept. to 24 Oct. 1715 1,182 18 10
Col. John Fane's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment, abating 43l. 7s. for respits; 4 Sept. to 24 Oct. 1715 1,211 13 6
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman's Regiment of Foot; same Establishment; 9 Oct. to 24 Oct. 1715 393 14 8
Col. Francis Alexander's Regiment of Foot; Officers etc. and 360 private men, slightly modified from 25 Dec. 1714, abating 662l. 8s. 6d. for respits; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 8,884 1 2
the four Independent Companies of Foot at New York (through Alexander Strahan, their agent) under Robert Hunter, Richard Ingoldsby, James Weems and Peter Matthews; Officers etc. and 400 private men in all, abating 8l. 1s. 4d. for respits; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 7,085 2 0
the four Companies of Foot at Annapolis Royal (through John Mulcaster, their agent) under Thomas Caulfeild, Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge and John Williams; Officers etc. and 320 private men in all, abating 803l. for respits; same time 4,735 2
the four Independent Companies of Foot at Placentia (through Anthony Vezian, their agent) under Francis Nicholson, Samuel Vetch, John Moody and Thomas Phillips; same Establishment as for Annapolis Royal, abating 574l. 12s. 4d. for respits and 713l. 17s. 8¾d. for off-reckonings not paid; 26 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 3,428 3 11¼
the Independent Company at Bermuda under Henry Pulleine and Benjamin Bennet successively; Officers etc. and 50 private men, abating 124l. 1s. 4d. for respits; 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 867 10 4
the two Companies at Jamaica under Lord Archibald Hamilton and Capt. Robert Rockwood; Officers etc. and 200 private men, abating 196l. 13s. 6d. for respits; same time 3,432 0 8
the three Independent Companies in North Britain (through Thomas Paterson and George Middleton) under Col. William Grant, Alexander Campbell and Robert Munroe; Officers etc. and 123 private men, 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Aug. 1715 with three serjeants, three corporals, three drummers and 87 private men added 25 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1715, abating 14l. 4s. 8d. for a respit in Col. Grant's Company, with more to complete the pay of Col. Alexander Campbell's Company; 25 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1714 3,131 13 4
586,501 7
pay of the Garrisons (Establishments etc. detailed):
Berwick (Sir Henry Bellasis) 899 3
Blackness (the Earl of Linlithgow and Lord William Hay) 593 8
Calshot Castle (William Knapton) 136 17 6
Carlisle (the Earl of Carlisle) 346 15 0
Chester (the Earl of Cholmondeley) 270 14 0
Clifford's Fort 109 10 0
the Cinque Ports (the Earl of Dorset) 1,506 9
Dumbarton (the Earl of Glencarn) 664 19
Edinburgh Castle (the Earl of Orkney) 1,669 9
Gravesend and Tilbury (Lieut. Gen. Cholmondeley now Lord Newborough) 820 2
Guernsey (Giles Spicer) 327 1 0
Hull and the Blockhouse (Brig. Richard Sutton) 868 15
Hurst Castle (Sir Tristram Dillington) 174 17 6
Jersey (Thomas Collier and Robert Wilson) 392 0 0
Landguard Fort (Francis Hammond) 346 15 0
St. Maws (Hugh Boscawen) 191 12 6
Pendennis Castle (Brig. Munden) 295 8
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island (Charles Trelawny) 1,902 12
Portland Castle (Richard Percy) 100 7 6
Portsmouth (Thomas Erle) 1,334 3
Sheerness (Brig. Alexander Grant) 911 7
Scilly Island (Sidney Godolphin) 365 0 0
Scarborough Castle (the Lord Viscount Irwyn and William Thompson successively) 47 2
Sterling Castle (the late Earl of Marr) 1,474 0
Tinmouth Castle (the Earl of Hartford and John Middleton successively) 573 14
the Tower of London (the Earls of Northampton and Carlisle successively) 3,344 13 10¼
Upnor, Cockham Wood, Gillingham and Howness (Maj. John Webb) 492 15 0
Fort William (James Maitland) 601 2
Windsor (the Duke of Kent) 328 10 0
North Yarmouth (Capt. William Spooner) 73 0 0
the Isle of Wight (John Richmond Webb) 1,385 1 11¾
St. James's Park (Col. Jonas Watson) 136 17 6
22,684 7 0
allowance for fire and candle for the several Garrisons, detailed 3,677 6 8
contingent and extraordinary payments for the service of the Forces:
the Duke of Argyle as General and Commander in Chief in North Britain at 4l.per diem; 25 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1714 244 0 0
William Pulteney, for house rent while Secretary at State for War; year to 29 Sept. 1715 200 0 0
Sir Philip Meadows and James Bruce, for incident charges of their Office as Comptrollers of Army Accompts; year to Michaelmas 1715 900 0 0
Martin Killegrew, for 1½ years rent of the Castle Hill, co. Cornwall whereon Pendennis Fort is erected; Ladyday 1714 to Michaelmas 1715 300 0 0
Thomas Murphy, for disbursements for coals etc. for the Third Regiment of Foot Guards in barracks at the Savoy; 29 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 404 7 8
James Taylor, for contingent charges of the Secretary of War's Office; year to 29 Sept. 1715 865 0 9
Brig. Richard Russell, for disbursements for necessaries for the First Regiment of Foot Guards; 22 July to 24 Oct. 1715 509 1 0
Col. Adolphus Oughton, for the like for the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards; 23 July to 15 Oct. 1715 245 9 0
Capt. John Parsons, for expenses for the said Regiment in repairing the Guard Houses at St. James's and the Tylt Yard; 24 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 74 17 2
William Burroughs, for providing huts etc. for the said Regiment in Hide Park 90 0 0
Theophilus Parsons, for the like for the First Regiment of Foot Guards 180 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Webb, for expenses in the several marches etc. of his late Regiment of Foot from their landing from Flanders in Oct. 1714 until their embarcation for Ireland in April 1715 121 17 6
Col. Herbert Lawrence, for the like expenses of the Regiment, late Gen. Hill's; Aug. 1714 to Aug. 1715 339 3 9
Maj. Gen. Wightman, for the like expenses of his Regiment; 29 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 20 7 5
Lieut. Gen. Carpenter, for the like expenses of his Regiment of Dragoons; 25 Sept. 1714 to 24 Sept. 1715 204 2 0
the Earl of Portmore, for the like expenses of his Regiment of Dragoons; 29 Sept. 1714 to 30 Aug. 1715 93 1 0
the Earl of Stair, for the like expenses of his Regiment; 29 Sept. 1714 to Aug. 1715 83 6 0
Lieut. Gen. Wills, for the like expenses of his Regiment of Foot (late the Earl of Forfarr's); 29 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 259 0 6
the Earl of Orkney, for the like expenses of his Regiment; 20 Aug. 1714 to 20 April 1715 192 0 0
Col. Kirk, for the like expenses of his Regiment; 29 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 119 15 3
Gen. Lumley, for the charge of clothing in rich liveries the Kettle-drummer and nine Trumpeters of his Regiment 394 3 0
Maj. Gen. Wade, for expenses etc. in the King's service 200 0 0
Brig. Preston, for the charge of transporting Grove's and Harrison's Regiments from Flanders to Britain nil
James Mazuel, Surgeon, for medicines etc. for sick and wounded after the battle of Brihuega 31 5 0
Benjamin Teale, Apothecary General, for medicines delivered to several Regiments of Foot in 1715 100 0 0
David Crawford, Deputy Commissary of the Musters, for postage etc.; 30 Sept. 1714 to 24 June 1715 33 10 0
Michael Hyde, Commissary of the Musters, for the like; 25 June to 29 Sept. 1715 12 2 6
Capt. Edward Hall, as of the Royal Bounty, for extraordinary expenses and to enable him to repair to Tinmouth on the King's service 50 0 0
John Thurston, Deputy Judge Advocate, for stationery etc. 178 11 8
Col. Jones Watson, Firemaster General, for fuzees furnished to the Guards and for fire and candle for the Gunners Guards at St. James's Park and Whitehall; year to 29 Sept. 1715 119 2 6
Capt. Neil Mackleod, for necessaries for three Companies of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards in Plymouth Barracks; 20 March 1714–15 to 1 Oct. 1715 54 14 0
Jeane Neuville de Montargyes, widow and executrix of Lieut. Col. de Montargyes, for his allowance; 30 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 273 15 0
James, Lord Torphichen, Lieut. Col. of Col. Kerr's Regiment of Dragoons, for his allowance; 31 Jan. 1714–15 to 24 Oct. 1715 206 18 6
Maj. Mathew Stewart, for his allowance as Major of the said Regiment; same time 206 18 6
several persons in lieu of the pay of their posts held at the time of the Union but not continued:
Col. Geo. Somerville, as Adjutant General; Col. George Douglas; William Gordon, Second Major to the late Lieut.-Gen. Maitland's Regiment; Sir William Hope; Capt. William Lockart as Intendant of Invalids; Dr. William Steuart as Physician General; George Preston as Surgeon Major, for himself and mate, 25 Oct. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 1,032 15 0
Somersett English, for fire and candle for the Company of Invalids at Hampton Court; 25 Oct. 1714 to 30 June 1715 34 13
Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee 356 12 0
Charles, Earl of Orrery, for the expenses of his Regiment in marches and quarters in 1715 180 14
Col. George Benson, for the like expenses of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons; 29 Sept. 1714 to 29 Sept. 1715 29 17 0
the Lord Viscount Shannon, for the like expense of his Regiment in 1715 135 15 0
Lieut. Gen. Seymour, for the like expense of his Regiment in 1715 78 5 6
William Skelton, for ferrying the Horse and Foot Guards and other Forces over the ferries at Lambeth and Fulham; 24 Oct. 1714 to 24 Dec. 1715 35 0 0
Sir Scipio Hill, bt., for an arrear of his pension as Lieut. Col. and Capt. of Dragoons; 25 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 at 9s. 6d. per diem 144 8 0
to the agents of the Regiments serving in Minorca and Gibraltar for the pay of the Officers’ servants; 25 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1714; detailed 910 18 8
the Bank of England and others for Interest of money borrowed of them and for discount on tallies sold to them etc. 5,619 4 3
Thomas Missing, the Contractor for victualling the Garrison of Gibraltar, for money paid him as a moiety of 3,425l. 1s. 7d., the value of the first quantity of Provisions imported by him 1,712 10
17,577 3
pensions, detailed, to sundry persons:
Col. Charles Salisbury; Maj. William Cecil; Capt. William Borret; Sir John Gibson, Lieut. Governor at Portsmouth; Col. Babbington's widow; Capt. Harris's widow and children; Capt. George Brown; Margaret, Judith and Elizabeth Titchborne; Lieut. Claudius Linderot; Maj. John Rose; Lieut. Henry Meoles; Ensign Aaron Derby; Ensign Robert Cornelius; Mrs. Anne Morley; Mr. Shaw, armorer;
Lieut. Col. Gerard Russel; Maj. Coney; Maj. Tamworth Reresby; Capt. Thomas Fitzgerald; Lieut. Morgan Calahan; Lieut. Samuel Antrim; James Fanning; William Gill; Maj. Griffith May; Ensign James Birmingham; Capt. Nicholas Masterson; Lieut. Col. Jeffery Gibbons; Capt. Thomas Hyde; Maj. David Overy; Lieut. Col. Charles Floyer; Capt. Michael Owen; Lieut. Col. Amand la Bastide; the Lord Paston; Col. John Hamilton 2,917 7 10
payments out of respits, detailed:
John Mulcaster, to be paid over to Conway Rann, Chaplain to Col. Tyrrell's Regiment; George Middleton, for the respited pay of Cornet Berkley and Quarter Master Meggs in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards; Sir Andrew Chadwick for the ditto of Capt. Thomas Kennawaie as Brigadier, Capt. David Campbell as Brigadier, Capt. James Cockrane as Sub-Brigadier and William Crowe, private gentleman, all of the Fourth Troop of Horse Guards; James Powell for ditto of Officers, named, of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons; Samuel Bourne, for ditto of John Hepbourne, surgeon, of Col. William Stanhope's Regiment; Theophilus Parsons for ditto of three Ensigns in the First Regiment of Foot Guards; Capt. Benjamin Bennet for his respited pay as Captain of an Independent Company of Foot in the Island of Bermudas; John Mulcaster, for the respited pay of Capt. Anthony Hinton and Ensign Thomas Michael in Col. Richard Lucas's Regiment of Foot; Theophilus Parsons for ditto of Peregrine Jones, Ensign in the First Regiment of Foot Guards; John Thurston for ditto of Noel Marchand in Col. de Launy's Independent Company of Foot at Jamaica; James Powell, for ditto of Lieut. John Kynastone in Col. Newton's Regiment of Dragoons; Col. John Fane, for his respited pay as Lieut. Colonel and Captain of a Regiment of Foot; Alexander Stevenson, for the respited pay of Col. Joseph Delaunay as Capt. of an Independent Company of Foot at Jamaica; Magnus Guerin, for ditto of John Langley, Chaplain to Col. Dubourgay's Regiment of Foot; Charles Combe, for ditto of 26 private men in Maj. Gen. Sabine's Regiment of Foot; Robert Mitchener for ditto of Lieut. Lawrence Drummond in Lieut. Gen. Macartney's Regiment; Charles Foreman, as agent to the Garrison and four Independent Companies at Placentia; John Mulcaster, agent etc. to the Garrison and four Independent Companies at Annapolis Royal; Kingsmill Eyre, agent etc. to the Invalids, for the respited pay of Lieut. John Macmahon in Capt. Mathew Draper's Company; Sir James Campbell, bt. for his pay as Captain of a Company of Foot at Sterling Castle; Col. Joshua Paul for his respited pay as a Captain in the First Regiment of Foot Guards; Capt. Thomas Legard, for his respited pay as a Lieut. in the same; Nathaniel Carpenter, for the respited pay of Officers and men in Col. Alexander's Regiment; George Howard for the respited pay of the Chaplain of Lord Shannon's Regiment; Ensign John Boitoux for his respited pay as Ensign in Col. Dubourgay's Regiment; John Gascoigne, for the respited pay of several private men of Col. Cotton's Regiment; John Leaves for ditto of ditto in Lt. Gen. Meredyth's Regiment; John Napper, for ditto of ditto in Maj. Gen. Pearce's Regiment; Thomas Paterson, for ditto of the Governor and Garrison at Sterling; Kingsmill Eyre for ditto of private men in Capt. Hyde's Company of Invalids; John Mulcaster, for money paid him out of the respits of the four Independent Companies at Annapolis Royal; Lieut. Col. John Moody for ditto of the four late Independent Companies of Foot at Placentia 3,760 5 10½
levy money etc., detailed:
Maj. Gen. John Pepper, for 168 horses etc. for his Regiment of Dragoons; Brig. James Dormer for ditto; Sir Robert Rich for ditto; Col. William Stanhope for ditto; Brig. Bowles for ditto; Brig. Honywood for ditto; Maj. Gen. Wynn for ditto; Brig. Gore for ditto; Col. Tyrrell for ditto; Col. Charles Churchill for ditto; Brig. Munden for ditto; Col. Molesworth for ditto; Col. Newton for ditto; Col. Roger Handasyde for levy money for his Regiment of Foot, 380 private men; Brig. Stanwix for the like; Sir Charles Hotham for the like; Col. Dubourgay for the like; Brig. Grant for the like; Col. Chudleigh for the like; Col. Pococke for the like; Col. Lucas for the like; Lieut. Gen. Cadogan for the like, 156 private men for four additional companies of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards; the Lord Irwin for the like, 96 private men to form two additional companies and 100 private men to be added to the ten existing companies of his Regiment; the Lord Shannon for the like, 96 private men and 140 men; Capt. Robert Munroe for the like for his Independent Company, 29 private men; Col. Grant for the like; Col. Campbell for the like; Col. Montague for 96 private men to form two additional companies and 180 private men to be added to the ten existing companies of his Regiment; the Earl of Orrery for the like; the Earl of Forfar for the like; Maj. Gen. Sabine for the like; Brig. Preston for the like; Col. Fane for the like; the Duke of Marlborough for 840 private men to complete the 28 companies of the First Regiment of Foot Guards; the Earl Cadogan for 540 private men to complete the 18 Companies of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards; the Earl of Dunmore for ditto to complete the Third Regiment of Foot Guards; Lieut. Gen. Seymour for 96 private men to form two new companies and 100 additional men for the ten companies of his Regiment; Col. Pococke for the like; Col. Handasyde for the like; Brig. Stanwix for the like; Sir Charles Hotham for the like; Col. Dubourgay for the like; Brig. Grant for the like; Col. Chudleigh for the like; Col. Lucas for the like; Col. Kirk for the like; Brig. Grove for 160 private men; Col. Harrison for 105 private men 51,794 0 0
Bounty money to Non-Commissioned Officers and soldiers on disbandment at 3s. for a sword returned and 14 days subsistence: £ s. d.
the Royal Regiment of Foot 159 16 0
the Earl of Forfar's Regiment 51 18 0
Maj. Gen. Hill's Regiment 79 18 0
Maj. Gen. Webb's Regiment 51 18 0
Earl of Orrery's Regiment 51 18 0
Brig. Sutton's Regiment 51 18 0
Col. Disney's Regiment 20 14 0
468 0 0
pay etc. of the several Companies of Invalids for the respective times of their service, detailed:
Richard Bettesworth's; 25 Oct. 1714to24 Oct. 1715 (less 8l. 17s. 11d. for respits) 615 10 9
Capt. John Mowatt's; ditto (less 12l. 12s. 1d. for respits) 611 16 7
Capt. John Webb's; ditto (less 7l. 11s. 3d. for respits) 616 17 5
John Carwarden's; ditto (less 7l. 12s. 6d. for respits) 616 16 2
Capt. Henry Gunn's; ditto (less 25l. 5s. 10d. for respits) 599 2 10
Capt. George Bruce's; ditto (less 41l. 3s. 9d. for respits) 583 4 11
Capt. Osmond Brinscomb's, later Capt. Alexander Churchill's; ditto (less 9l. 3s. 5d. for respits) 615 5 3
Capt. John Bristow's; ditto (no respits) 624 8 8
Capt. George Winsley's; ditto (less 10l. 1s. 8d. for respits) 614 7 0
Capt. Florence Kane's; ditto (less 8l. 7s. 9d. for respits) 616 0 11
Capt. Robert D'Oyley's; ditto (less 76s. 3d. for respits) 620 12 5
Capt. Matthew Draper's; ditto (less 39l. 18s. 6d. for respits) 584 10 2
Kingsmill Eyre for twelve new-formed companies; 4 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1715 (less 57l. 14s. 6d. for respits) 2,353 1 6
the same for four ditto; 25 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1715 577 9 4
William Day and partners, woollen drapers, for clothing and accoutrements for 27 Companies of Invalids 4,519 18 4
Cols. John Pocock and Edward Jones, to complete to full pay for 60 days with full subsistence the half-pay of Officers who did duty at Portsmouth with the two Battalions formed out of the Invalid Pensioners from Chelsea Hospital 1,259 0 0
Maj. Charles Otway, for the like allowance for the two Companies that lately did duty at Greenwich 117 8 6
16,145 10 9
pay of the Officers of the Garrison at Gibraltar:
the Earl of Portmore as Governor 730 0 0
Col. Ralph Congreve as Lieut.-Governor 365 0 0
John Conduit and Thomas Medlicot, successively Commissaries General of the Stores and Provisions 547 10 0
Alexander Chalmers, Chaplain to the Governor etc 121 13 4
Capt. Alexander Urquhart, Secretary to the Governor 182 10 0
John Beaver, Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters 182 10 0
Maj. Lodovic Petre, Town Major 91 5 0
Capt. Hugh Montgomery, Town Adjutant 54 15 0
Michael Keating, Surgeon Major; to 16 Sept. 1715 163 10 0
James Urquhart and Thomas Collins, Surgeon's Mates 182 10 0
John Kemp and Walter Burnet, successively Provost Marshals 73 0 0
Joseph Espinoso, signal man 18 5 0
Christopher Creasy and Edward Williamson, turnkeys 18 5 0
2,730 13 4
pay of the Officers of the Garrisons in Minorca:
the Duke of Argyll, Governor and Commander in Chief 1,460 0 0
Col. Richard Kane, Lieut. Governor 730 0 0
Giles Earle, Commissary of the Musters 730 0 0
James Auchmuty, Chaplain to the Governor 121 13 4
Anthony Westcombe, Secretary to the Governor etc. 182 10 0
the same, as Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters 182 10 0
Dennis Cavannaugh, Captain of the Ports (abating 29s.11d. not paid) 89 15 1
Richard White, Provost Marshal 73 0 0
Anthony Aledo, signal-man 18 5 0
Fort St. Phillips.
Col. John Ligonier, Lieut.-Governor 730 0 0
Lord Blantyre, Fort Major 91 5 0
Alexander Campbell, Adjutant 54 15 0
Colin Campbell, Surgeon (12 Jan. 1714–15 to 24 Oct. 1715) 71 10 0
Colin Campbell and James Scott, sucsively [Surgeon's] Mates 45 12 6
Fort St. Anne.
Maj. Joseph Sawle, Fort Major 91 5 0
Lieut. William Campbell, Adjutant 54 15 0
James Campbell, Surgeon 91 5 0
Jean Rotron, Surgeon's Mate 38 0 0
4,856 0 11
pay of the Officers and allowance for fire and candle of the Garrison at Annapolis Royal; through John Mulcaster, their agent and solicitor:
Col. Francis Nicholson, as Governor to 19 Jan. 1714–15 71 10
Col. Samuel Vetch, succeeding him from 20 Jan. 1714–15 228 9
Maj. Thomas Caulfield, as Lieut. Governor 182 10 0
Francis Spelman, as Fort Major and Adjutant 73 0 0
John Harrison, as Chaplain 121 13 4
William Skeen, a Surgeon 54 15 0
Peter Capon, as Commissary of the Stores and Provisions 73 0 0
William Wright, as Commissary of the Musters 73 0 0
(total for the Officers 877l. 18s. 0¼d.)
allowance for fire and candle for the Garrison 170 16 0
1,048 14
the like for the Garrison at Placentia; through Anthony Vezian their agent:
for pay of a Lieut Governor, a Fort Major or Adjutant, a Chaplain, a Commissary of the Stores and Provisions a Commissary of the Musters and a Surgeon; 26 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715; no names given 479 15 0
allowance for fire and candle 106 1 0
585 16 0
total payments as above 727,569l.7s.3¾d.
money paid over to the preceding Paymasters:
to complete the pay of the General and Staff Officers of the Guards and Garrisons 25 Dec. 1713 to 29 Sept. 1714 379 9
for 61 days [pay] to the several Garrisons in South Britain 25 Aug. to 24 Oct. 1714 2,831 14 7
to complete the pay of the twelve Companies of Invalids for the same time 247 8 0
and for contingencies 875 9 0
total by Royal Warrant of 16 May 1715 4,334 0 10¼
more paid to Mr. Howe for the service of the Forces to 24 Oct. 1714; by Royal Warrant of 28 Jan. 1716–17 4,000 0 0
and paid to James, Duke of Chandos, for arrears due to the Forces Abroad; by the same Warrant 6,281 0 0
14,615 0 10¼
money paid and applied to the service of Chelsea Hospital 57,200 0 0
money paid to and accompted for by James Taylor, late Paymaster of the Pensions to Officers’ Widows 12,418 18
half pay, detailed (no names):
Brig. Lepell's Regiment of Dragoons 1,910 11 2
Lieut. Gen. Stanhope's ditto 1,782 10 0
Col. La Bouchetier's ditto 2,729 4 2
Col. Foissac's ditto 2,019 9 6
Brig. Withers's ditto 1,897 9 2
Col. Desborde's ditto 1,710 9 0
Col. Magny's ditto 1,988 0 0
Col. Gually's ditto 1,738 6 2
Col. Sarland's ditto 1,886 5 0
Sir Daniel Carroll's ditto 2,194 12 2
Marquis d’ Assas's ditto 237 1 0
Gen. Ecklin's ditto 280 3 0
Earl of Hyndford's ditto 77 12 0
Col. Kerr's ditto 26 16 0
Royal Regiment of Horse Guards 37 2 6
Col. Leigh's Regiment of Foot 2,584 17 0
Maj. Gen. Rook's ditto 2,491 5 6
Col. Frank's ditto 2,645 12 4
Col. Nassau's ditto, late Col. Edward Stanhope's 2,271 13 2
Col. Kane's ditto 2,615 5 2
Maj. Gen. Wynn's ditto 2,593 0 0
Col. Butler's ditto 2,532 16 0
Col. William Stanhope's ditto 2,581 16 4
Sir Robert Rich's ditto 2,522 5 2
Sir Charles Hotham's ditto 2,216 9 2
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto 2,171 12 4
Brig. Stanwix's ditto 2,172 8 8
Brig. Munden's ditto 2,561 0 2
Col. Clayton's ditto 2,090 15 6
Brig. Gore's ditto 2,676 1 4
Col. Tyrrell's ditto 2,082 11 10
Col. Dubourgay's ditto 2,205 1 6
Col. Nassau's ditto 1,817 18 8
Brig. Price's ditto 2,508 7 0
Lord Shane's, since Lord Longford's, ditto 2,344 9 0
Col. Edmond Fielding's ditto 2,761 4 10
Col. Jones's ditto 2,538 17 4
Brig. Vezey's ditto 3,035 19 0
Brig. Dalzell's ditto 2,484 14 6
Lieut. Gen. Mordaunt's ditto 2,610 12 10
Col. Molesworth's ditto 2,470 4 2
Maj. Gen. Elliott's ditto 2,411 11 6
Maj. Gen. Evans's ditto 2,146 17 2
Col. Pocock's ditto 2,353 9 8
Col. Newton's ditto 2,337 0 2
Earl of Gallway's Spanish ditto, late Vezey's 1,060 15 8
Lieut. Gen. Hamilton's Regiment of Foot 2,310 0 6
Royal Fuziliers 50 5 8
Lord North and Gray's Regiment of Foot 193 13 10
Royal Regiment of Foot 845 13 6
Lord Forfarr's ditto 473 14 6
Brig. Morrison's, late Lieut. Gen. Webb's ditto 516 15 0
Earl of Barrymore's Regiment 39 10 2
Earl of Orrery's Regiment of Foot 401 1 6
Brig. Sutton's ditto 442 11 2
Maj. Gen. Hill's ditto 463 0 2
Col. Phillips's ditto 205 6 10
Earl of Hertford's ditto 238 2 10
Brig. Hans Hamilton's ditto 396 18 4
Brig. Stearn's ditto 170 15 6
Maj. Gen. Sabine's ditto 579 15 6
Maj. Gen. Primrose's ditto 615 9 6
the First Regiment of Foot Guards 16 14 0
the Second ditto 43 2 0
the Third ditto 113 4 6
Brig. Preston's Regiment of Foot 498 6 0
Maj. Gen. Sibourg's ditto 590 0 4
Col. Disney's ditto 568 12 0
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto 535 3 2
Col. Chudleigh's ditto 601 19 10
Col. Kirby's ditto 407 15 0
Lieut. Gen. Seymour's ditto 381 4 10
Maj. Gen. Wightman's ditto 322 4 6
Brig. Breton's ditto 496 12 0
Col. Alexander's ditto 337 12 4
Col. Churchill's ditto 407 15 0
Col. Goring's ditto 193 18 0
Col. Handasyde's ditto 505 6 10
Lieut. Gen. Holt's Regiment of Marines 2,445 12 4
Lord Shannon's ditto 2,473 14 10
Maj. Gen. Wills's ditto 1,375 0 10
Brig. Borr's ditto 1,304 13 0
Commissaries of the Musters 464 0 0
Officers en second of Col. Bouchetier's, late Fabreque's Dragoons 646 10 0
ditto of Col. Froissac's Regiment of ditto 818 18 0
ditto of Brig. Withers's ditto 1,092 14 6
ditto of Col. Desborde's ditto 872 16 0
ditto of Col. Magny's ditto 1,142 3 0
Sir Daniel Carroll's ditto 183 3 6
Col. Gually's ditto 760 0 0
Col. Sarland's ditto 948 4 0
Earl of Portmore's Dragoons 11 14 0
Lieut. Gen. Carpenter's ditto 11 14 0
Lord Cobham's ditto 9 15 0
Earl of Stair's ditto 9 15 0
Col. Kerr's ditto 9 15 0
Maj. Gen. Pepper's Regiment of Dragoons 9 15 0
Maj. Gen. Wynn's ditto 9 15 0
Col. Kirk's Regiment of Foot 909 0 10
First Regiment of Foot Guards 125 14 2
Maj. Gen. Wightman's Regiment of Foot 788 9 6
Maj. Gen. Gorge's ditto 1,044 9 4
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto 940 5 6
Maj. Gen. Stewart's ditto 632 2 2
Maj. Gen. Hill's ditto 431 0 0
Col. Leigh's ditto, late Sutton's 660 17 4
Brig. Bowles's ditto 445 7 4
Lord Mountjoy's ditto 974 3 10
Brig. Stanwix's ditto 388 6 8
Maj. Gen. Whetham's Regiment 78 5 8
Brig. Dormer's ditto 43 2 0
Col. Wade's Regiment of Foot 43 2 0
Col. Windress's ditto 43 2 0
Earl of Barrymore's ditto 63 13 4
Col. Harrison's ditto 107 15 0
Col. Disney's ditto, late Lord Isla's 108 15 8
Col. Phillips's ditto 27 0 10
Maj. Gen. Newton's Regiment 113 5 2
Col. Handasyde's Regiment of Foot 1,139 6 10
sundry Invalid Officers broke in the Service 1,430 2 6
Officers en second at Annapolis Royal and New York 2,921 7 0
half pay and other allowances to Officers discharged the service by virtue of Warrants under the Royal Sign Manual (names given) 5,437 10 4
141,870 6 4
surplusage due to the Accomptant as Treasurer of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, as by his Accompt 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 427 15 6
money repaid into the Exchequer to balance the Accompt 195 1
total payments and allowances £954,296 10 4
and so remains 5,341 16
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to them: £ s. d.
Alexander Urquhart, to defray the contingent charges of the Garrison of Gibraltar; 24 Oct. 1714 to 25 Oct. 1715 999 18 11½
Col. Richard Kane, for the like of the Garrison of Minorca; same time 1,999 17 11
Richard Hampden, late Treasurer of the Navy, for provisions for the Independent Companies of Foot at Placentia; 26 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 1,349 8 0
George Turbill, Paymaster of Pensions to Officers and Widows 433 4
Brig. George Preston, for transporting the Regiments of Brig. Grove and Col. Harrison from Flanders to Great Britain 559 6
£5,341 16
and so the said Accomptant is even and Quit.
Declared 11 March 1720–21.
Auditor's Memorandum.—John Male, agent and solicitor to the four Independent Companies at Annapolis Royal, is to accompt for money issued for their pay 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715, being 4,735 2s. 0½d., and for a further sum of 769l. 13s. 4d. paid him out of the savings for respits on the Muster Rolls of the said Companies; also for 1,048l. 14s. 0¼d. received for the pay of the Officers of the Garrison and for the allowance for fire and candle.
Anthony Vezian, agent and solicitor to the four Independent Companies at Placentia, is likewise accomptable for 3,428l. 3s. 11¼d. for their pay 26 Dec. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1915, and for 585l. 16s. issued for the pay of the Officers and for fire and candle allowance.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: CHELSEA HOSPITAL.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1783 [E.351/1783].
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1469, ROLL 22 [A.O.1/1469/22].
Robert Walpole, Paymaster of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea.
25 October 1714 to 24 October 1715.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first Accompt for this Service nil
Receipts: money received and detained for the deduction of poundage 37,099 13 11¼
ditto for the deduction of one day's pay in the year 1,852 14
money granted by Parliament for the support of the Hospital and the Out-pensioners, received out of the Exchequer and charged upon the Accomptant as Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons 57,200 0 0
money received from Lady Catherine Jones for rent of a small parcel of ground belonging to the Hospital, 5l.; and upon accompt of the late Earl of Ranelagh's legacy for surtout coats, from John Howe, late Paymaster General, 63l. 10s. and from the Exchequer, 150l. 218 10 0
total charge and receipts £96,370 18
Discharge.
Salaries etc.; according to the late Queen's Establishment for 1714 and to the King's Establishment from 25 Dec. 1714; including:
Col. John Hales and Brig. Stanwix, successively Governors, 500l.; David Crauford and Thomas Chudleigh, successively Lieut. Governors, 200l.; Richard Bettesworth, Major, 150l.; Dr. Emanuel Langford, First Chaplain, 100l.; Dr. Robert Cannon, Second Chaplain, 100l.; James Frazer, Secretary and Register, 100l.; Mrs. Martha Kane, Executrix to Florance Kane, late Second Major, 50l.; Robert Mann, Deputy Treasurer, 100l.; Sarah Ingles, Executrix of Robert Ingles, the late Comptroller, and Henry Wood, the present Comptroller, 50l.; Hugh Warren, Clerk of the Works, 20l.; Dr. Arbuthnot and Dr. Smart, successively Physicians, 100l.; Isaac Garnier, Apothecary, 50l.; Alexander Ingles, Surgeon, 73l.; Capt. Sylvanus Tompkins, Adjutant, to 24 Dec. 1714, 5l.; Bedford Nodes and William Hepburn, successively Surgeon's Mates, 20l.; wardrobe keeper, comptroller of the coal yard, scullery men, master butler, master cook etc., named and detailed 2,625 9 0
sundry tradesmen and others for provisions etc., detailed with names 7,098 13
money allowed to the men entertained in the Hospital 1,253 11 6
necessary and contingent disbursements:
clothing; Thomas Rogers and William Day 1,173 12 11
medicines; Alexander Inglis, Surgeon, for external medicines 545 2 1
ditto; Isaac Garnier, Apothecary, for internal medicines 842 5 8
allowances to invalids on furlough in lieu of provisions 19 15 9
Mrs. Utresia Utley, for diet and other necessaries 15 12 5
Robert Walker and Susan Harper, for turner's wares 88 0 3
James Gisburne, for pewterer's wares 33 8 5
William Pike and Thomas Kinsman, for upholsterer's wares 274 12 3
Jeremiah Hancock, for brasier's wares 51 0
Edward Castle, for stationery wares 104 1 8
Robert Barr, for charcoal 39 4 6
Joseph Wyndham & Co., linen drapers 122 7 2
Charles Bush, tinman 16 10 10
Joyce Wilkinson, for sweeping the chimneys 10 12 0
John Astell, for coals 440 12 6
Edward Hatfield, for faggots and brushes 4 10 0
the same, for carriage etc. of gift coals 21 17 6
Richard Cole, for repairing the engine 4 0 0
Robert Mann, for subsisting 72 invalids, who died or were discharged upon the last Examination 208 16 7
Jeffry Saunders, J.P. for Middlesex, for attendance at the Examination of the Outpensioners 200 0 0
Alexander Inglis, Surgeon, for the like 100 0 0
John Tomlin, Francis Tomlin and John Moss, for keeping the door etc. at the said Examination 6 0 0
Charles Jones, late Messenger to the Commissioners, at 20l. per an. for himself and 5l. for his wife; 24 June 1712 to
Ladyday 1715 68 15 0
Capt. Richard Evans, for advertisements etc. upon the late Examination 15 6 3
Silvanus Tomkins, Adjutant, for his salary for three quarters to 24 Sept. 1715 15 0 0
the Steward of Bethlem Hospital, for clothing and necessaries to four pensioners there 18 3 0
Robert Mann, at 2s. per diem as Deputy Paymaster of the Outpensioners; 13
Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 37 12 0
Robert Mann, for subsisting sundry pensioners in the Infirmary 126 13 9
several artificers for repairing the buildings etc. 2,399 8 11¾
15,355 7
fees and allowances paid annually out of the deductions of 12d. in the 1l. and of
one day's pay, detailed 13,904 0 10
pensions and rewards to Invalid Officers and soldiers admitted as Outpensioners, detailed 64,700 7 1
money paid out of the late Earl of Ranelagh's legacy:
for 5s. to each Light Horseman, 4s. to each Matross and Serjeant, 3s. to each Corporal and Drummer, and 2s. to each Private Man of the Hospital, distributed 29 May 1715 60 10 0
for money paid to Henry, Earl of Lincoln the succeeding Treasurer 153 0 0
213 10 0
total payments and allowances £96,798 14
and so the said Accomptant is in Surplusage 427 15 6
Declared 11 March 1720–21.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GIBRALTAR GARRISON.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1264, ROLL 171 [A.O.1/1264/171].
Charles, Earl of Portmore, as son and heir of David, Earl of Portmore, Governor and Commander in Chief at Gibraltar.
24 October 1714 to 24 December 1728.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being his first and only Accompt of this Service nil
Receipts: received by the late Earl of several Paymasters of the Forces for contingencies:
in the Accompt of Thomas Moore, 25 Aug. 1713 to 24 Oct. 1714 973 0 11¾
in the Accompt of Robert Walpole, 25 Oct. 1714 to 24 Oct. 1715 999 18 11½
in the Accompt of the Earl of Lincoln, 25 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1719 2,749 6 5
in the Accompt of Sir Robert Walpole, 25 June 1720 to 24 June 1721 742 8
in the Accompt of the Earl of Wilmington, 25 April 1722 to 24 Dec., 1728 1,045 5
(total for Contingencies as above 6,510l. 0s. 1½d.)
more in the Accompt of the Earl of Wilmington for the year 1727 to answer a bill of exchange drawn on the Treasury in favour of John Conduit of whom he received the like sum during the Siege of Gibraltar 2,000 0 0
total charge and receipts £8,510 0
Discharge.
Payments for sundry extraordinary and contingent expenses of the Garrison, for extraordinary expenses in the year 1720 when an attack by the Marquess de Lede was apprehended and during the siege of 1727:
to 700 men at 8d. per diem each to demolish the enemies’ batteries of the former siege, etc. 1,143 6 8
paid in the years 1720 and 1727 to several persons sent to Tetuan and elsewhere in Barbary to watch the motions of the Marquess de Lede 150l.; for three expresses to Madrid and others to Cadiz, Seville, Alicant and Tetuan, 600l.; for expresses to the Fleet, 15l.; for spies sent into the enemies’ camp etc. 300l.; for deserters who went on board the Fleet and near 400 horse that came over 400l.; and to gunners etc. for payments by way of encouragement for good service and to widows and children of those killed 100l. 1,565 0 0
payments for incidental and necessary expenses:
for fire, candle and oil 120l.; for sentinel boxes 50l.; for upright scythes to defend the covered way or counterscarp 10l.; for stationery etc. 135l.; for petty incidents 100l. 415 0 0
money allowed the Accomptant to make good a deduction of poundage 325 10 1
more to make good a sum paid back to Henry, Earl of Lincoln 109 13
money expended by the late Earl in his journey to Gibraltar in a hired ‘ pacquett’ boat in 1720 and in his return home by land 700 0 0
money allowed for extraordinary expenses:
for keeping a Table suitable to his quality and rank, all provisions being extravagantly dear 500l.; for expenses in celebrating the late King's birthday, the King's Accession and the Queen's birthday 260l.; and for equipage for Lewis Marcelle, an Engineer, carried over and maintained for a year 50l. 810 0 0
(total for the above 5,068l. 10s. 6¼d.)
allowed for the service of the late Earl as General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of Gibraltar and in full satisfaction of all claims of pay for himself and his two Aides de Camp, 17 March 1726–27 to 18 April 1728 3,441 9
total payments and allowances £8,510 0
and so the said Accomptant is even and Quit. Declared 20 January 1737–38.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT SERVICE.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 2989 [E.351/2989].
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2308, ROLL 21 [A.O.1/2308/21].
Thomas Micklethwaite, Receiver and Paymaster for the Transport Service.
29 September 1714 to 8 July 1715.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: remaining in the Accomptant's hands upon the end of his last preceding Accompt 19,293 4 2
depending on sundry persons particularly named at the foot of the said Accompt 58,166 6 11¼
Receipts: tallies on orders on the Malt £ s. d.
Duties received of Charles Cæsar, Treasurer of the Navy 30,000 0 0
the dividend of 3l. per cent. payable on South Sea Stock in the Accomptant's hands at Midsummer and Christmas 1714 209 10 0
interest on part of the said dividend at 6l. per cent. received of the South Sea Company for two years due Midsummer 1716 12 11 0
received of William Streeke for several loads of decayed hay 26 8
received of Richard Newman, Commander of the Three Pilgrims for freight of privately owned goods 8 10 0
Philip Brown, for bisquet, bread and oats returned 19 1
30,276 0 3
total charge and receipts £107,735 11
Money paid to sundry Masters of Ships hired in full for freight and for interest at 6l. per cent. per an.: the Union (Richard Harle, master) in full of 4,860l. 17s. 4d. and interest, 6 March 1710/11 to 24 Oct. 1713 499 9 9
the Queen Hester (Amor Clarke, master) for transporting 240 men from Dunkirk to the River of Thames 60 0 0
the Vine (John Watson, master) in full for transporting 386 soldiers from Ostend to the River of Thames (less 5s. for deals not returned) 96 5 0
the Eagle (John Hawlatson, master) for transporting 240 soldiers from Dunkirk as above 60 0 0
the Three Brothers (Benjamin Fowler, master) for transporting 438 men of General Webb's Regiment from Ostend as above 109 10 0
the Owner's Adventure (John Walker, master) in full for transporting 438 men from Ostend as above 109 10 0
the Mary (Stephen Debnam, master) for the freight of 150 men from Ostend as above 37 10 0
the Batcheler's Delight (William Mitchell, master) for freight of 170 men of several Regiments from Ostend as above 42 10 0
the Norfolk ship (William Seagoe, master) for freight of 480 men from Ostend as above 120 0 0
Richard Darby, late agent for Transports, for the balance of his account 149 17 8
the Unity (Thomas Landifield, master) in full for freight of 270 men of the Army from Dunkirk as above 67 10 0
Sir Thomas Frankland and John Evelyn, Postmaster General, for transporting 135 soldiers in the King's paquet boats from Falmouth to Lisbon at 10s. a head (abating 30s. for three men twice paid for in a former bill) 66 0 0
Zacharias Rogers, agent victualler at Falmouth, for victualling the said men 66 0 0
the Hanover (John Kitchingman, master) for freight of 438 men belonging to the Army from Ostend to the River of Thames 109 10 0
the William (Nicholas Clare, master) for freight for 30 months 8 days, less 1,493l. 5s. 10d. imprested etc. with 74l. 1s. 1d. interest 1,567 6 11
the John and Elizabeth (John Cobb, master) for 41 months 9 days service, less 4,881l. 10s. 8d. for imprests etc., with 30l. interest 675 12 1
the John and Sarah (Richard Peartree, master) for 41 months 17 days service, less 2,712l. 0s. 5d. for imprests, with 6l. 3s. 6d. interest 144 4 8
the Tyger ship (Robert Atwood, master) for 43 months 14 days service, less 3,710l. 1s. for imprests etc., with 12l. 7s. 1d. interest 338 14 5
the Mountfort ship (Henry Towart, master) for 41 months 6 days transporting Forces, less 2,480l. 15s. 8d. for imprests etc., with 91l. 9s. interest 2,709 17 0
The Three Pilgrims (Richard Newman, master) for 41 months 2 days transporting Forces, less 4,650l. 7s. 10d. for imprests etc., with 44l. 12s. 8d. interest 4,727 6 6
the John and Sarah ship (William Ingledew, master) for 34 months 18 days service, less 3,821l. 6s. 5d. for imprests etc., with 203l. 9s. 6d. interest 3,663 14 5
the Thomas and Elizabeth ship (Thomas Ridge, owner), for 15 months 28 days service, less 641l. 14s. for imprests, with 32l. 16s. 1d. interest 669 3 1
the Thomas ship (Thomas Blakely, owner) for 6 months 2 days service, less 161l. 7s. imprested, with 14l. 17s. 6d. interest 303 13 5
the Crown ship (Nathan Dixon, master) for 14 months 13 days service, less 646l. 8s. 8d. for imprests etc., with interest 25l. 9s. 10d. 539 9 11
the Fox ship (Edward Fox, master) for transporting 210 men from Dunkirk to Dover 52 10 0
the Sarah ship (Benjamin Dickenson, master) for transporting 212 men from Ostend to the River of Thames 53 0 0
the Smyrna Factor (Jacob Saunders, owner) for 38 months 5 days, less 4,320l. 5s. for imprests etc., with 217l. 13s. 1d. interest 4,138 1 3
the Levett (John Marsh and John Ellison) for wear and tear; by a Decretal Order of the Lord Chancellor, with 78l. 9s. 9d. interest 317 13 7
(total for payments in full 21,493l. 19s. 8d.)
payments on account:
the William ship (Nicholas Clare, master), 16 April 1711 to 24 Oct. 1713; three payments, each of 314l. 17s. 7d. 944 12 9
the John and Sarah(Richard Peartree, master); 6 May 1710 to 23 Oct. 1713; ten payments 1,398 14 7
the Union (Richard Harle, master), 6 May 1710 to 24 Oct. 1713; seven payments 1,995 4 5
the John and Elizabeth (John Cobb, master), 15 May 1710 to 24 Oct. 1713; fifteen payments 2,302 4 7
the Tyger (Robert Atwood, master), 11 April 1710 to 25 Dec. 1713 1,728 1 7
(total for payments on account 8,368l. 17s. 11d.)
provisions bought for subsisting of forces in transportation (William Streeke for hay, Abraham Edrop for lighterage, John Hone for deals, Samuel Ingram for an overcharge) 401 1 5
salaries etc.; Samuel Atkinson, Nicholas Roop and Thomas Colby, Commissioners, at 400l. per an. for three quarters to Ladyday 1715, 900l.; this Accomptant at 500l.per an. to Xmas 1714, 250l.; Peter Crank, chief Clerk; Thomas Bedell, Accomptant; clerks, storekeeper, watermen etc., detailed with names 1,717 18 2
contingent charges (detailed, including 76l. 19s. 9d. to Thomas Foley for the Auditor's fee) 698 12
(total for salaries and contingencies 2,416l. 10s. 9¾d.)
South Sea Stock transferred to John Hill, the succeeding Treasurer 3,491 16 1
money paid into the Exchequer 10,000 0 0
money paid to several persons entitled to a dividend of South Sea Stock, which was received by this Accomptant 203 7
interest on Exchequer Bills, overcharged in 1709, here allowed back 127 14
an imprest to Henry Cartwright in 1709 transferred to the Army Accompt 14,000 0 0
imprests cleared by abatements on perfect bills:
Peter Crisp, Abraham Babington and William Streeke 1,645 0 0
allowances to the Accomptant for salary and other disbursements; Exchequer fees; expenses of passing Accompts for 1712, 1713, 1714 and to 8 July 1715; furniture and officenecessaries, coach hire etc.; salary for himself and clerks at 500l. per an. from Xmas 1714 to 15 July 1715 746 8 6
total payments and allowances £62,894 16
and so remains 44,840 15 4
against which depending on sundry persons, detailed, for money imprested:
14 April 1708 to 30 Sept. 1709:
Samuel Atkinson, 577l. 13s. 9¼d.; James Arnold and John Arnold, 20,996l.; Thomas and George Tyrer, 696l. 5s. 11d.; Peter Hill, 560l.; John Addis, 59l. 14s. 1d.; Thomas Coates, 785l. 4s. 4d.; Messrs. Stepney and Goddard, 3,037l. 1s. 8d.; Gilbert Wardlow, 11,794l. 4s. 38,506 3
in the year to Michaelmas 1710:
Alfred Liele, master of the Southwold, 12l. 15s. 3d.; Thomas and George Tyrer, Correspondents at Leverpoole, 475l.; John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth 44l. 12s. 8d.; Lewis Frost, master of the Anne, Francis Rogers, master of the Crown, and Thomas Green, master of the William and Mathew, 83l.; Nicholas Roope, 260l. 19s. 9d.; Thomas and George Tyrer, 600l.; Gilbert Wardlow, late Agent in the Mediterranean, 100l. 1,576 7 8
in the year to Michaelmas 1711:
Gilbert Wardlow, 100l.; Thomas Bedell, 50l.; Culverwell Needler, 180l. 330 0 0
in the year to Michaelmas1712:
Nicholas Roope, 463l. 11s. 3d.; Thomas and George Tyrer, 55l. 13s. 6d.; John Addis 45l. 0s. 9d.; Gilbert Wardlow, 200l. 763 5 6
in the year to Michaelmas1713:
Charles Cæsar, late Navy Treasurer, 888l.; Sir James Abercrombie, Commandant at Dunkirk, 187l. 10s.; Thomas Bedell, Accomptant, 50l.; Gilbert Wardlow, 100l. 1,275 10 0
in the year to Michaelmas 1714:
Richard Heath, Storekeeper at the Red House 70 0 0
and within the time of this Accompt:
John Crooke, Messenger 50 0 0
£42,571 6 11¼
and so the Accomptant is Indebted 2,269 8
In discharge thereof there was paid into the Exchequer as appears by tally 12 Nov. 4 Geo. I 2,269 8 5
and so the Accomptant is in Surplusage 0 0
Auditor Foley's memoranda: Whereas the payments have been made under the orders of Samuel Atkinson, Nicholas Roope and Thomas Coleby, Commissioners, the said Commissioners remain accomptable for the following sums:
£ s. d.
14 April 1708 to 29 Sept. 1709 197,221 10
year to 29 Sept. 1710 179,101 0 3
year to 29Sept. 1711 31,537 3 9
year to 29Sept. 1712 165,616 0 7
year to 29Sept. 1713 43,717 19 1
year to 29Sept. 1714 41,525 0 7
29 Sept. 1714 to 8 July 1715 32,653 10
The said Commissioners are likewise to accompt for the disposal and expenditure of the Stores.
There has been allowed in 1712 and 1713 the sum of 975l. paid to Capt. Thomas Lovell for carrying men etc. from the River of Thames to the Coast of Africa; this is repayable when the Company is settled and when received the Commissioners or their Treasurer are to be charged therewith.
Jeremiah Oakley's memorandum: by Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual of 2 June 1725 (in Mr. Harley's Office) the aforegoing Memoranda are discharged and directed to be taken off and the Commissioners are freed from accompting for the above.
Declared 13 November 1717.
DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: PENSIONS TO OFFICERS’ WIDOWS.
AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 233, ROLL 810 [A.O.1/233/810].
Elizabeth Taylor, Widow and Administratrix of James Taylor, deceased, late Receiver and Paymaster of the Money appointed for Payment of Pensions to the Widows of Officers who were killed or died in the Service.
25 October 1714 to 24 December 1715.
Charge. £ s. d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first and only Accompt nil
Receipts: money received of Robert Walpole and of Henry, Earl of Lincoln, successively Paymasters General of the Forces 15,418 18
Discharge.
Pensions paid to widows (or in one case to children) of deceased Officers of the following Regiments, detailed, giving in each case the widow's full names, the rank of her late husband, the rate of pension, and the period for which payment is included in this Account. [The normal rates are: for a Colonel's widow 50l. per an.; for a Lieut. Colonel's widow 40l. per an.; for a Major's widow 30l.per an.; for a Captain's widow 26l. per an.; for a Lieutenant's widow 20l. per an.; for other Officers’ widows (Cornets’ Ensigns’, Surgeons’, Quartermasters’, Chaplains’) 16l. per an.] £ s. d.
the Horse Guards (Holmes, Bailly, Snary, Mywood, Dakeyne, Jones) 156 6 8
the Grenadier Guards (Montgomery) 4 16 6
the Royal Horse (Loyd) 18 13 4
Gen. Lumley's Regiment (Sterrop, Bartholomew; Dodsworth, Lans; Ditch) 102 13 4
Lord Windsor's Regiment (Carrington; Odiarne; Munt) 67 13 4
the Royal Dragoons (Rosseter; Addison, Vickers; Chatterton) 112 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Carpenter's Regiment (Stanniforth; Smith, Waller) 83 13 4
the Earl of Galway's Regiment (de Bacalan) 46 13 4
the French Dragoons (la Brune, Hullain) 29 6 8
Col. Gualy's Regiment (Brassard; Lucas) 65 6 8
Col. Desborde's Regiment (Paul) 30 6 8
Col. Foisac's Regiment (Bonnabel) 30 6 8
Col. Blosset's Regiment (Sauvagie; Jembleyn; Dussaud) 72 6 8
Col. Trepaud's Regiment (Ramsey) 30 6 8
Col. La Fabreque's Regiment (Rigaudie) 18 13 4
the Foot Guards (Brushfield, Gorsuch, Etherege, Scott, Bethell, all widows of Lieut. Colonels; Bodenham, Pujolas, Docwra, Pickering, Staggins, Jordain, Ogylvie, Brady, Sandys, Oliphant, Ogilvie, Gibbon, Atkins, Philips, Murray, Ramsey) 681 0 0
the Earl of Orkney's Regiment (White; Bailey; Murray; Vernoll, Haigley, Inglis, Cooper, Dixon, Moore; Bissett, Mackleroy; Boullay) 108 6 8
Col. Kirk's Regiment (Wescombe; Collier, Hamilton, Bickerstaff, Phillpot; Sears, Fraser, Jackson, Wansbrough, Campbell, Adams) 277 0 0
Lord Forfar's Regiment (Chivres; Eaton, Scott, Leadman, Pine, Melvill) 59 3 4
Lieut. Gen. Seymour's Regiment (Bush; Bush, Le Hulle, Desausure, Token, Burnett; Nell; Rowe; Sture) 211 6 8
the Royal Fuziliers (Simpson; Brydall, Turner, Cooke, Salter; Campion, Jefferay, Fogg, Compton, Brown, Bubridge Burningham) 293 0 0
Maj. Gen. Hill's Regiment (Keymyss; Hill, Gilbert; Godear, Hume, Little, Phips; Doran; Ducross) 80 16 8
Lord North and Grey's Regiment (Middleton, Cunningham, Lane, Hellows, Naish) 130 13 4
the Earl of Orrery's Regiment (Row; Monro; Purvis, Platt, Patillo, Vandergracht) 56 13 4
Col. Phillips's Regiment (Arwaker; Blake; Bigg; Paris, Fenn, Carr, Livesay, Wiseman; Nuttall, Frazier; Forrester, Bartman; Oneil) 366 6 8
the Earl of Hertford's Regiment (Tancred; Combe, Sinclair, Kerr, Dickenson, Calder (four children), Beaty, Jackson) 184 6 8
Brig. Hamilton's Regiment (Lamont; Gardner, French, Jackson; Gordon) 119 0 0
Brig. Sterne's Regiment (Brace, Yarner, Laughlin, Lilly; Rolleston, Croke; Young) 186 13 4
Lieut. Gen. Meredith's Regiment (Wrightson; Fenwick, Felto) 77 0 0
Col. Handasyde's Regiment (Bush, Combes; Jellett, Handasyde, Potts) 102 13 4
Col. Butler's Regiment (Philips, Buckmaster; Scott, Sherridan, Lewis) 108 0 0
Maj. Gen. Whetham's Regiment (Johnson; Corry, Baird, Rutlidge; Griffin, Ellison; Keble, Nisbitt, Parks, Lovell, Otway) 266 0 0
Maj. Gen. Pearce's Regiment (Lower; Loyd, Leicester; Ould, Johnson, Woolhouse, Bankes; Loyd) 219 6 8
Col. Disney's Regiment (Musgrave, Brathwaite, Whitaker; Graham, Denny, Foster, Stratton, Lister, Baines; Walton, Bondett, Eyre) 41 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Farrington's Regiment (Barkham; Bourdeaux, Saint, Hargrave, Bix, Stratton) 147 0 0
Col. Newton's Regiment (Higgenson, Deerham; Izod; Soan, Horn) 108 6 8
Col. Molesworth's Regiment (Dudley, Obryan, Taylor, Palmer; Wittar, Thornton) 137 13 4
Col. Elliot's Regiment (Barker, Loyd, Philips) 70 0 0
Maj. Gen. Evans's Regiment (Jeffreys; Newman, Poole, Lans, Cheshire) 123 13 4
Col. Leigh's Regiment (Pease, Bell, Trotter) 91 0 0
Maj. Gen. Rook's Regiment (Lavally, Poulain Grandpres; Hyett) 72 16 8
Col. Franks's Regiment (Fletcher; Perry, Adams, Pope; Johnson) 119 0 0
Col. Edward Stanhope's Regiment (Phillpot, Archer, Clements) 84 0 0
Col. Kane's Regiment (Barton; Bridger; Lindsey; Shorter, Eastwood, Prendergast, Hancock) 196 0 0
Sir Thomas Prendergrast's Regiment (Penelope Prendergrast, a Colonel's widow) 58 6 8
Col. Alexander's Regiment (MacQueen, Cooke, Evans; Sullevan, Lyndon) 106 9 0
Maj. Gen. Wynne's Regiment (Cottingham, Jones; Gray) 65 6 8
Col. William Stanhope's Regiment (Shalcross; Frith; Drew; Pluett) 107 6 8
Sir Robert Rich's Regiment (Mundy; Heriford, Northall; Sterrop; Taylor Gane) 151 0 0
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment (Thornicroft; Crespigny; Vernol, Bird, Flower; Hind; Clarke) 184 6 8
Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment (Campbell, Stewart; Patterson, Maclean, Cleland) 130 13 4
Brig. Stanwix's Regiment (Barry; Humphreys, Sandys, Sandford, Heyman, Kettilby) 142 6 8
Brig. Munden's Regiment (Stephens, Powell, Frankland, Smith) 100 6 8
Col. Clayton's Regiment (Darrill, Thomas, Philips) 79 6 8
Col. Tyrrell's Regiment (Dormer; Brereton; Hamilton; Iredell) 107 6 8
Col. Dubourgay's Regiment (Delorme, Gomerscheim, D'Assas; Douglass) 114 6 8
Brig. Price's Regiment (Pyne; Arrowsmith) 49 6 8
Col. Collingwood's Regiment (Collingwood; Brettridge; Romier) 77 0 0
Brig. Hastings's Regiment (Bourk) 30 6 8
Lord Slane's Regiment (FitzMaurice; Pearce, Henderson, Binge, Blake, Brown; Sandys) 189 0 0
Lieut. Gen. Sankey's Regiment (Gardiner, Hodgkinson; Ball, Darby, Wilkinson; Stedman, Harvey) 168 0 0
Lord Cutts's Regiment (Sutton; White) 53 13 4
the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment (Edwards, Booth, Clerke, Dunkin; Cross) 144 13 4
the Earl of Stair's Regiment (Maclartie) 18 13 4
Col. Pocock's Regiment (Jordin, Forster; Hughes) 84 0 0
Brig. Sutton's Regiment (Cradock; Penny, Stocker, Robinson) 37 10 0
Gen. Webb's Regiment (Ramsay; Clavers, Smith, Campbell) 41 13 4
Col. Nassau's Regiment (Green; Harwood, Williams; Graybee) 119 0 0
Brig. Gore's Regiment (Palin, Frenche, Weston) 70 0 0
Col. Loyd's Regiment (Price) 18 13 4
Mary Lynn, widow of the late MasterSurgeon of the Hospital 18 13 4
Col. Cavalier's Regiment (de Bastide) 30 6 8
Col. Columbine's Regiment (Hinde) 18 13 4
the Earl of Portmore's Regiment (Innis, Proctor) 53 13 4
Lieut. Gen. Gorges's Regiment (Hamilton) 23 6 8
the Earl of Peterborough's Regiment (Abington) 18 13 4
Mary Baily, widow of a late Surgeon of the Hospital in Portugall 10 13 4
Col. Godwyn's Regiment (Matram) 30 6 8
Anne Tredway, widow of Maj. Tredway 35 0 0
Jane Ogylvie, widow of Col. Ogylvie 50 0 0
Mary Cusack, widow of Col. Cusack 58 6 8
Col. Cambon's Regiment (de Gignoux) 30 6 8
Col. Parson's Regiment (Isaac) 23 6 8
Maccay's Regiment (MacLauchlans) 30 6 8
Brig. Lepell's Regiment (Loyd) 18 13 4
Elizabeth Nugent, widow of Col. Nugent, late Governor of Gibraltar 58 6 8
Col. Feilding's Regiment (Gromwell) 35 0 0
Newfoundland (Adams) 18 13 4
New England (Corbett) 23 6 8
the Invalides (Brockett, Stapleton, Griffith, Ruthuen, Van-Hachten, Twiddall; Rawson, Davis; Gray, Cock) 286 0 0
8,907 5 6
pensions to the widows of Officers of the Marine Regiments:
Lord Shannon's Regiment (Boyle, Miles; Haslam, Golphin, Hill, Brown) 135 19 2
Brig. Borr's Regiment (Darby; Powney, Collier; Marchegay, Bowles) 40 16 8
Maj. Gen. Wills's Regiment (Harris; Littleton, Dobson; Burke, Clarke, Storey, Leethatt, Hutchinson) 60 16 8
Lieut. Gen. Holt's Regiment (Rodney; Applen, Bettesworth, Sixt Dalham, Pickering, Moryson; Westcott, Stawell, Busby; Pargiter, Elleger 305 13 4
543 5 10
pensions to widows of Officers, omitted in the New Establishment:
Sankey's Regiment (Gardner); Whetham's Regiment (Rutlidge); Philips's Regiment (Carr); an Independent Company (Rookewood); Wharton's Regiment (Rupart); Invalides (Lessley); Nassau's Regiment (Clements); Sabine's Regiment (Richardson, Parker); Disney's Regiment (Baines); Forfar's Regiment (Paine); Hotham's Regiment (Flower); Sankey's Regiment (Stedman); by Royal Sign Manual 22 July 1718 549 6 8
the First Foot Guards (Col. Robinson's widow) by Royal Warrant of 19 April 1715 46 13 4
Sir Charles Hobby's Regiment of Foot at Annapolis Royal (Abbott); by Warrant of the same day 35 0 0
Col. Clayton's Regiment of Foot (Dennis); ditto 30 6 8
the Horse Guards (Walkenden); ditto 17 6 8
Sankey's Regiment of Foot (Carter); ditto 18 13 4
Susannah Adkinson, widow of Capt. John Adkinson, Aide de Camp to the Duke of Schomberg; by Warrant of 11 July 1715 30 6 8
the Earl of Orkney's Regiment of Foot (Carr); ditto 30 6 8
Dorothy Shelbery, widow, for her old age and poverty, though not entitled to pension according to the Instructions, ditto 35 0 0
793 0 0
money paid for fees etc. on passing this Accompt 104 1 0
total payments and allowances 10,347 12 4
and so remains 5,071 6
against which depending:
on John Merrill, late Paymaster of Officers’ widows’ pensions 2,500 0 0
on Theophilus Blyke, succeeding him 2,571 6
£5,071 6
and so the Accomptant is even and Quit.
Declared 29 April 1719.