Warrants for the Payment of Money
1729, July-September

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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1729, July-September', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 1: 1729-1730 (1897), pp. 264-278. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87298 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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1729, July–September

July 7Charles Bridgman and Charles Dartiquenau.68000His Majesty's gardens for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 189.
The Bank of England and others.329,99317Distribution of the Sinking Fund, 1729, Midsummer quarter.Ibid.
Augustus Schutz3,00000Privy Purse - -Ibid, p. 188.
Exchequer -63,90215Out of loans on the land tax, 1729, to meet deficiency, anno 1728.Ibid, 189.
July 8Treasurer of the Navy11,339710Naval services (wages and victualling, detailed).Ibid, p. 191.
Horace Walpole -2,15597Allowance and extraordinaries as ambassadors, &c. in France for quarter March 9 to June 8.Money Book XXXIV. p. 450.
Coulson Fellows, Sheriff of Devon.39167Sheriff's cravings -Ibid, p. 447.
Edward Wright, Sheriff of Rutland.11151Same - -Ibid.
James and Arthur Moore1,50000Band of gentlemen pensioners for the quarter due 1729, Lady Day.Ibid, 451, Order Book XIV. p. 205, Disposition Book XXIX. p. 194.
July 9Alured Popple52279Salaries and incidents for the office of the Commissioners of Trade for the quarter due 1729, Midsummer.Money Book XXXIV. p. 451, Order Book XIV. p. 203.
John Tysoe593310Gilt and white plate, &c., delivered into the jewel office in the quarter ended 1729, Lady Day.Order Book XIV. p. 203.
Mr. Missing5,040113Victualling GibraltarDisposition Book XXIX. pp. 190–1.
July 9Sir Wm. Strickland -1,667176Princesses Royal, Amelia and Caroline for the quarter ended 1729, Midsummer.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 192.
Catlin Thorowgood, Sheriff of Essex.4000Sheriffs cravings -Money Book XXXIV. p. 439; Order Book XIV. p. 208.
Henry Andrews, Sheriff of Lincoln.4000Same - -Ibid.
John White, Sheriff of Derby.4000Same - -Ibid.
John Russell, Sheriff of Devon.12000Same -Ibid.
- -270100Salaries and bill of incidents of the Commissioners for Hackney Coaches and Chairs for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, pp. 454–5.
10593Salaries and bill of incidents of the Commissioners for Hackney Coaches and Chairs for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, pp. 454–5.
July 10Bank of England -1,8983On account of its proportion of the allowance of 12,000l. for expenses of management for one year ending 1729, Midsummer.Order Book XIV. p. 205b.
South Sea Company -9,871110On account of their proportion of the allowance of 12,000l. for management for same year.Ibid.
Thomas Cremer -26,88000Cofferer's office -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 193.
Walter Chetwynd -1,15556Quarter's pensions payable in his office for quarter ended 1729, Midsummer.Ibid.
Lord Killmallock and others.4,206185-Ibid, p. 192.
- - -677100Lady Day salaries of the Commissioners and Officers of the Duties on Houses, and incidents for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. pp. 456–7.
5469
Robt. Cocks, Sheriff of Gloucester.23190Sheriff's cravings - -Ibid, p. 447.
July 11John King - -30000Ranger of Windsor Forest -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 193, Order Book XIV. p. 205.
July 12John Scrope -5,30000Secret serviceOrder Book XIV. p. 204.
Thomas Cremer - -30,00000Cofferer of the Household -Ibid.
John Hedges, Esq. -2,00000Prince of Wales -Ibid.
July 15Tho. Lowther -1,00000Expended for His Majesty's services.Money Book XXXIV. p. 455; Order Book XIV. p. 156; Disposition Book XXXIX. p. 195.
July 15Earl of Carlisle -2681411¾For officers of Windsor Forest for half year due 1729, Midsummer.Money Book XXXIV. p. 337; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 194.
- -2,151158Salaries for the General and Penny Post for 1729, Midsummer quarter, ut supra (April 18), p. 245.Ibid, p. 400.
52914
Sir Mathew Decker, Sheriff of Surrey.16000Sheriff's cravings - -Ibid, p. 439.
Edward Hasell, Sheriff of Cumberland.4000Same - -Ibid.
Joseph Small, Sheriff of Gloucester.4000Same - -Ibid.
Philip Earl of Chesterfield1,30000Ambassador to the States General, quarter ending June 11.Ibid, p. 457; Diposition Book XXIX. p. 196; Order Book XIV. p. 206.
July 16John Lord HobartLike payment to January 15, supra p. 245, by way of advance to 1729, October 5.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 133.
Wm. Earl of Denbigh -15000Pension for 1729, Lady Day quarter.Order Book XIV. p. 131.
Commissioners for Taxes15000Salaries for same quarter.Ibid, p. 133.
Treasurer of the Navy3,00000Naval services, wear and tear.Ibid.
Walter Chetwynd -4,295100Half a year's established allowance at 8,591l. per annum, due 1729, Midsummer, for the French Protestants.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 194.
Augustus Schutz -502163Office of the Robes, 1729, March 25, to April 30.Order Book XIV. p. 206.
George Woodward -78300Resident with the King of Poland for six months ending 1729, June 24, and one bill of extraordinaries.Ibid, p. 207.
Anthony Cracherode -2,50000Public prosecutions, &c. -Money Book XXXIV. p. 415; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 196.
“Robert Lord Walpole”88160Ranger and officers of Richmond Park for the half year ended 1729, June 24.Ibid, p. 460, Order Book XIV. p. 207.
-677100Midsummer salaries of the Commissioners and Officers of the Duties on Houses.Ibid, p. 456.
July 21Heneage Walker4621210Chief Usher of Exchequer for 122 days ending 1729, July 19.Order Book XIV. p. 211.
July 22Paymaster of the Forces68,422166Services of the forces -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 195.
Earl of Essex -10000Midsummer quarter as Ranger of Hyde Park.Money Book XXXIV. p. 462.
July 22Thos. Cornwallis, Christopher Tilson, Christopher Rhodes, Robert Manning.1,00000Reward and incidents in transacting lottery affairs on all lotteries from 1711.Money Book XXXIV. p. 462–3.
Earl of Sutherland -30000Midsummer quarter's allowance.Ibid, p. 464; Order Book XIV. p. 179.
Earl of Essex -22289For Midsummer quarter as Ranger of St. James's Park, and for underkeepers, &c.Money Book XXXIV. p. 461.
Stephen Poyntz -2,60000Ambassador Extraordinary at Congress of Soissons (six months ending June 23).Ibid.
July 23John Hart - -4,685311Arrears of allowance as Captain General and Governor of the Caribbee Islands 1723, December 19, to 1727, June 14, on which day he embarked for England on leave of absence, and for 307 days, to 1728, April 17, when he was succeeded by the Earl of Londonderry.Order Book XIV. p. 209.
John Lord Hobart5,973411Treasurer of the Chamber's office for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 196.
Wm. Tims - -24000Disbursements as under Sheriff for London and Middlesex.Money Book XXXIV. p. 467.
Walter Pryse (Price) -16000Same -Ibid, p. 468; Order Book XIV. p. 229.
Saunderson Miller, Sheriff of Warwick.3710SameIbid, p. 447.
July 24Treasurer of the Navy17,85000Naval services under the head of ordinary.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 196.
Samuel Robinson, Chamberlain of London.1,00000- -Ibid.
Commissioners of Taxes51187Midsummer quarter's incidents.Money Book XXXIV. p. 466.
July 25Sir John Loch and Sir Wm. Ogburne.73366Sheriffs of LondonOrder Book XIV. p. 206.
Secretaries of State1,50000Secret serviceDisposition Book XXIX. p. 197.
Edward Bertie and others.17,50000For the purchase of seven-eighths of Carolina.Money Book XXXIV. pp. 470–1, Order Book XIV. p. 210. Disposition Book XXIX. p. 198.
Same5,00000For purchase of seven-eighths arrears of quitrents.Ibid.
July 26John Duke of Montagu80238Expenses in the office of Great Wardrobe.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 197.
July 28Commissioners of Taxes15000Clerks' salaries, due 1729, Midsummer.Order Book XIV. p. 211.
Same - - -51187Incidents - - -Ibid.
July 29Executor of the late Duke of Devonshire.2,2255Salary, &c. as President of the Privy Council from Christmas, 1728, to 1729, June 4, the day of his death.Money Book XXXIV. p. 471.
Paymaster of Exchequer bills.800,00000Discharge of Exchequer billsIbid.
Sir Philip Yorke, Attorney General.8168Salary for a year ended 1729, June 11.Ibid, p. 472; Order Book XIV. p. 213; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 201.
Same -10500Attendance for same year on the Board of Trade.Ibid.
10100Attendance for same year on the Board of Trade.Ibid.
for his clerk.Attendance for same year on the Board of Trade.Ibid.
Charles Talbot, Solicitor General.7000Salary for year ended 1729, June 11.Ibid.
Same -10500Attendance on the Board of Trade for same year.Ibid.
10100Attendance on the Board of Trade for same year.Ibid.
for his clerk.Attendance on the Board of Trade for same year.Ibid.
Sir Wm. Thompson -4538On his annuity of 1,200l., and allowances as Cursitor Baron of the Exchequer to 1727, June 10.Ibid, p. 473.
July 30Duke of Newcastle -3,00000Secret service - - Order Book XIV. p. 212.
July 31Edward Earl of Warwick and Holland.20000-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 198.
Aug. 1Charles Bridgman -700151Works at the King's gardens at Kensington.Ibid.
Aug. 4Walter Chetwynde50,00000Pensions, annuities, &c. -Money Book XXXIV. p. 474.
Aug. 5Andrew Leslie -2000Passage money as Ministers to South Carolina.Ibid, p. 491.
John James Tissot -2000Passage money as Ministers to South Carolina.Ibid, p. 491.
John Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.1,00000His Majesty's messengersDisposition Book XXIX. p. 199.
Aug. 5Cyril Wich27000Ordinary and extraordinaryMoney Book
7500expenses as Resident with the Hanse Towns, quarter ending March 25.XXXIV. p. 475; Order Book XIV. p. 217; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 205.
Benjamin Keene27000Ordinary and extraordinary expenses as Resident with the Catholic King for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. pp. 475–6; Order Book XIV. p. 217.
1,12600
Thomas Pelham -18000Ordinary and extraordinary expenses as Secretary to the Congress to be holden at Cambray for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 457; Order Book XIV. p. 216.
10000
Aug. 5Elizeus Burgess - -27000Ordinary and extraordinary expenses as Resident with the Republic of Venice, for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 457.
40000
James Dayrolle - -27000Same as Resident with the States General for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 478; Order Book XIV. p. 218.
15000
William Stanhope -1,30000Same as Plenipotentiary, &c. at the Congress to be holden at Soissons, quarter ended 1729, March 28.Money Book XXXIV. p. 479; Order Book XIV. p. 218.
606100
Lord Tyrawley - -45000Same as Envoy to the King of Portugal, for quarter ended 1729, March 25.Money Book XXXIV. p. 480.
83250
Richard Sutton -45000Same as Envoy to the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 481; Order Book XIV. p. 215.
699196
Lord Glenorchy - -27200Same as Envoy to the King of Denmark, for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 482; Order Book XIV. pp. 213–14.
20000
Walter Titley - -17800Deputy to Lord Glenorchy, during absence of Lord Glenorchy for same quarter (appending Townshend's certificate).Ibid.
Benjamin Keene -12500Consul at Madrid, salary for quarter ended Lady Day, 1729.Money Book XXXIV. p. 484; Order Book XIV. p. 219.
Edmund (Edward) Finch.36500Envoy to King of Sweden, 1728, October 13, to Lady Day, 1729.Money Book XXXIV. p. 485; Order Book XIV. pp. 228, 219.
Benjamin Lodington -9500Consul General at Tripoli for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 486; Order Book XIV. p. 214.
Thomas Ward - -10000Consul General of all Russia, for quarter ending 1729, Lady Day.Money Book XXXIX. p. 485; Order Book XIV. p. 215.
Claudius Rondeau2500Assistant to Thomas Ward.
John Russell -62100Consul General at Tetuan for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 486; Order Book XIV. p 219.
Aug. 5Charles Holzendorff10000Quarter's salary to Lady Day, 1729, for services performed, and to be performed, in foreign Courts.Money Book XXXIV. p. 486; Order Book XIV. p. 216.
Wm. Cayley5000Quarter's salary to Lady Day, 1729, as Consul at Cadiz.Money Book XXXIV. p. 487; Order Book XIV. p. 215.
Thomas Robinson -18000Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the Most Christian King, for same quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 487; Order Book XIV. p. 219.
John Stanhope18000Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the States General, for same quarter.Ibid.
Aug 6.Treasurer of the Chamber.6,34070Quarterly expenses of office of the Treasurer of the Chamber (detailed).Disposition Book XXIX. p. 200.
Aug. 7Board of Works20000Towards repairing Fulham Road.Ibid, p. 201.
Augustus Schutz -3,00000Privy purse - - -Ibid.
Aug. 12Wm. Townshend -556152Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries delivered to several new offices.Order Book XIV. p. 220.
- - - -1,585148Same for ancient offices -Ibid.
Hugh Howard, Paymaster of the Works.6,2964Expenses of Office of the Works.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 202.
Edward Southwel,12500Half a year's salary due 1729,Money Book
James Vernon, and Temple Stanyon, three Clerks of the Council.each.Midsummer.XXXIV. p. 488; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 204.
Same -5000For same half year's attendance on business relating to Trade and the Plantations.Ibid.
each.
Robert Hale and Walter Cary.5000For the same - Order Book XIV. p. 221.
Francis Colman -27300Ordinary and extraordinary, as Resident with the Duke of Florence, for the quarter ending 1729, June 24.Ibid, p. 494.
99190
- -9770Incidentals, Wine Licence Office, for same quarter.Ibid, p. 391.
Aug. 18.Anthony Cracherode -1,00000Public prosecutions, &c. -Money Book XXXIV. p. 415.
Treasurer of the Navy -11,15500Naval services (wear and tear and wages).Disposition Book XXIX. p. 203.
South Sea Company862,21470For the additional fund due and payable at 4 per cent. Midsummer, 1729–30, on the principal sum of 21,555,358l. 16s. 8d. being the present increase of their capital stock upon the Act 6 Geo. I. after all the additions to and deductions from same are made.Order Book XIV. p. 224.
Aug. 14Wm. Richards -1,20000For special services -Order Book XIV. p. 226.
Edward Byam -45000For 2¼ years, ended 1729, July 28, as Lieutenant Governor of Antigua.Ibid, p. 222.
Wm. Townshend, Esq. Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer.17916Exchequer bills on seamen's wages.Disposition Book XXXIX. p. 203.
Bank of England -5,642811Same -Ibid.
Tho. Lowther -50000Expended for His Majesty's services.Money Book XXXIV. p. 455.
Anthony Eyre, late Sheriff of Nottingham.5611Sheriffs' cravings -Ibid, p. 447.
- -27214Bill of incidents for the Office for licensing hawkers and pedlars, for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, p. 454.
Wm. Watkins4854Half a year's allowance due 1729, June 24, and travelling charges as Keeper of His Majesty's Private Roads, and guide on ali His progresses.Ibid, p. 491 Order Book XIV. p. 222.
Duke of Montagu20,00000Service of the Office of the Great Wardrobe.Ibid.
Lord Cornwallis - -416134Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, south of the Trent, for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, p. 492, Order Book XIV. p. 221.
Duke of Dorset37500Midsummer quarter as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.Money Book XXXIV. p. 492.
Same -27500Quarter's annuity for same quarter.Money Book XXXIX. p. 492; Order Book XIV. p. 221.
James and Arthur Moore.1,50000Band of Gentlemen Pensioners for 1729, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 494.
Richard Wykham, late Sheriff of Oxon.114102Sheriff's cravings -Ibid, p. 447.
Walter Hungerford, late Sheriff of Wilts.35611Same -Ibid.
Richard Champneys, Sheriff of Somerset.491Same -Ibid.
Edward Hasell, late Sheriff of Cumberland.33711Same -Ibid.
Aug. 15John Serope -2,13000Secret service - -Order.Book XIV. p. 222.
Heirs of Nicholas Yates2500-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 204.
Aug. 16---J. Scrope to the Board of Trade for the payment to Henry Horridge, letter carrier to the General Post Office, 39l. 13s. 11d. paid by him for letters and packets delivered into the Office of the Board of Trade.Letter Book XVIII. p. 408.
Aug. 16Paymaster of tho Works22685Paternelle Vernatti, widow, for maintaining, &c. the lamps at Westminster Hall.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 204.
Aug. 19-441Midsummer quarter's incidents in Land Tax Office.Money Book XXXIV. p. 493.
- -10716Same in Office of Duties on Houses.Ibid.
Sir Robt. Rich -12500Midsummer quarter's annuityIbid, p. 496.
Win. Stanhope, Esq.15000Quarter's salary as Vice Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid, p. 495; Order Book XIV. p. 183.
Earl of Godolphin -1,00000Midsummer quarter, as Groom of the Stole.Money Book XXXIV. p. 495; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 208.
Hugh Lord Clinton -25000Midsummer quarter, as Gentleman of the Bedchamber.Ibid.
Sir Charles Hotham, and seven other Grooms of the Bedchamber, like orders to. June 5, supra.--- -Order Book XIV. p. 184.
Aug. 20Orders for quarter's annuities as under date June 5, supra, to Wm. Duke of Manchester, &c. and 11 other Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.----Ibid, p. 183.
Treasurer of the Navy9,00000Naval services (wear and tear and victualling).Disposition Book XXIX. p. 205.
Paymaster of the Forces114,040010Services of the forces (detailed).Ibid.
John Whiteford -20000Mint prosecutions -Money Book XXXIV. p. 496.
Aug. 21John Tysoe -871125Gilt and white plate delivered into the Jewel Office for the quarter ended 1729, June 24.Order Book XIV. p. 227.
Bank of England -14,65985Premiums for circulating Exchequer bills for three months to July 24 (statement of Exchequer bills remaining on that date, ibid).Money Book XXXIV. p. 469.
Aug. 22Commissioners for Taxes.441Incident chargesOrder Book XIV. p. 253.
Wm. Finch72000Plenipotentiary to the States General for quarter ended 1729, March 25.Ibid, p. 227; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 208.
Charles Du Bourgay76200Envoy Extraordinary to King of Prussia for same quarter, and one bill of extraordinaries.Ibid.
Robert Jackson -27000Resident with the King of Sweden for same quarter.Ibid.
Aug. 25Commissioners for Trade.2,00000Midsummer quarter's salariesMoney Book XXXIV. p. 497.
Aug. 26Sir John Lambert146170Royal bounty to John Walton.Order Book XIV. p. 228.
Sir Clement Cotterell -329140For a present to Count Dehn, Plenipotentiary from the Duke of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel.Ibid, p. 229.
Lord Tyrawley -1,28250Envoy Extraordinary to King of Portugal.Ibid, p. 218.
Aug. 28Executors of Wm. Leathes.1,1531611His late Majesty's Resident at Brussels, for 1726, June 24, to 1727, June 11.Order Book XIV. p. 230.
Executors of James Scott.358153His late Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary to the Kings of Poland and Prussia, for 1725, September 29, to 1726, August 20, the day of Scott's death.Ibid.
James Jefferies -5139His late Majesty's Resident with the Czar of Muscovy, for 1725, September 29, to 1727, June 11.Ibid.
Sept. 3Augustus Schutz -3,00000Privy Purse - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 209.
J. Scrope - -2,60000Secret service - -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 231.
Treasurer of the Navy -6,74600To pay off the “Faversham”Ibid.
Lord Townshend -3,00000Secret serviceOrder Book XIV. p. 212.
John Anstis, Garter King-at-Arms.10000Salary for year ending 1729, September 29.Money Book XXXIV. p. 511.
Knox Ward, Clarencieux.4000Same - - -Ibid.
Executors of Peter Le Neve, Norroy.4000Same - -
Ibid.John Warburton, Somerset Herald.26134Same -Ibid.
Edward Stibbs, Chester Herald.26134Same - - -Ibid.
Charles Winniates, Richmond Herald.26134Same - - -Ibid.
Philip Jones, York Herald.26134Same - - - -Ibid.
Stephen Martin Leake, Lancaster Herald.26134Same -Ibid.
James Whorwood, Windsor Herald.26134Same - -Ibid.
Richard Mawson, Portcullis Pursuivant.2000Same -Ibid.
James Green, Blue Mantle.2000Same -Ibid.
Arthur Shepherd, Rouge Dragon.2000Same - - -Ibid.
John Pomfret, Rouge Croix.2000Same - - - -Ibid.
Sept. 4Thomas Cremer1,00000For the expense of making provision for His Majesty's voyage.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 209.
Sept. 5Charles Hatton -40000Royal bounty -Order Book XIV. p. 232; Disposition Book XXIX p. 217.
David Casley, Deputy Keeper of the Cotton Library.4100Half a year, due 1729, Midsummer, on the salary of 40l. per annum, and allowance of 42l. per annum for firing, cleaning, and necessaries.Money Book XXXIV. p. 407; Order Book XIV. p. 168.
Keeper of Cranborne Chase.1000Hay for the deer for half a year, due 1729, Michaelmas.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Henry Masterman -2500Half year's salary, due 1729, Midsummer, as clerk of the Crown.Ibid, p. 405.
Officers of the Ordnance2311510Salaries, &c. half-year ending Midsummer, 1729.Ibid.
Henry Holt Henley -53121Half-year's salary, &c. due 1729, Midsummer, as Clerk of the Pipe.Ibid, p. 404; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Dr. Green, Professor of Physic at Cambridge.2000Half-year's salary, due 1729, Midsummer.Ibid, p. 451.
Dr. Francis Dickens, Professor of Laws, Cambridge.2000 Same - -Ibid.
Dr. Bourchild, Professor of Laws at Oxford.2000Same -Ibid.
Dr. Lasher, late Professor of Physic.1067From 1728, December 25, to 1729, March 29, the day of his death.Ibid.
Thomas Foley - -5000Three-quarters of a year's salary, ended 1729, Midsummer, as Auditor of the Imprests.Ibid, p. 468.
Edward Harley -5000Same - - -Ibid.
Earl of Crawford and 16 others.2,00000Half year's pensions -Ibid, p. 504.
Countess of Albemarle75000Three-fourths of a year's pension to 1729, Midsummer.Ibid.
David Earl of Buchan, Charles Earl of Lauderdale, James Earl of Hyndford, Thos. Earl of Haddington, James Lord Torpichen, Alexander Hay, commonly called Lord Alexander Hay, Charles Erskine, David Haldane.2,60000Half year's allowance, due 1729, Midsummer, as Commissioners of Police.Ibid, p. 503.
Lord Waldegrave1,30000Quarter's allowance, 1729, May 22, to August 21, and two bills of extraordinaries as Ambassador to the Emperor of Germany.Ibid, p. 499, 506; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
-80000
Sept. 5Earl of Findlater and Seafield.1,00000Half a year's pension, due 1729, Midsummer.Money Book XXXIV. p. 499.
Officers of the Pipe -8434Salaries for quarter, due 1729, June 24.Ibid, p. 500.
Clerks of the Pipe; John Pottinger, Comptroller of the Pipe; John Smith, and George Leslie, Deputy Chamberlains for joining tallies.241170Fees payable at the Custom House.Ibid.
Officers of the King's Remembrancer's Office.31128Fees for two years from 1727, June 11.Ibid, p. 501.
Vicars of Lichfield -1500One year's perpetuity, due 1729, Midsummer.Ibid.
Lord Byron -25000Midsummer quarter's annuityIbid.
George Middleton -30000For half a year's incidents to the Commissioners of Police due Midsummer, 1729.Ibid, p. 502.
John Hedges -2,00000Prince of Wales -Order Book XIV. p. 231.
Wm. Stanhope -2,80000Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Spain for equipage and one quarter's ordinary in advance, commencing 1729, August 19, at 100l. per week.Ibid; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 211.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, and Edmund Ball, constituted Paymasters of Exchequer Bills by Commission, dated 1729, August 29.Three warrants for satisfaction of the residue of the Exchequer bills on malt, land tax, and Victuallers Act.Ibid, p. 224.
Thomas Cremer - -2981411Arrears in office of Cofferer of the Household (detailed in Cremer's letter, appended).Disposition Book XXIX. p. 210.
Sept. 6John Duke of Montagu25000Half year's salaries for the Officers of the Bath, due 1729, Midsummer.Money Book XXXIV. p. 413.
Frances Wyndham -10000Half year's pension, due 1729, Midsummer.Ibid.
Governor of Windsor Castle.90100Half a year's fee, due 1729, Midsummer.Ibid, p. 412.
John Rollos -2500Half year's salary, due 1729, Midsummer, as Chief Engraver.Ibid.
Sergeants - at - Arms, Joseph Lawson, Sebastian Turst, Benjamin Hall, Mark Delves, Thos. Coke, John Andrew Heymans, Thos. Wilkins, Edward Horner.39840Half a year, due 1729, Midsummer, on their salaries of 3s. a day, and allowance of 2s. 6d. a day.Ibid, p. 505.
Sept. 8Woodes Rogers - -10000Quarter's salary, due 1729, Midsummer, as Captain General and Commander in Chief of the Bahamas.Order Book XIV. p. 234.
Wm. Cowper, Esq. Knight Harbinger.9734Half year's annuity and allowance, due 1729, Midsummer.Money Book XXXIV. p. 406.
Sept. 9John Cooke -26134Half a year's allowance, due 1729, Midsummer, as Clerk of Foreign Estreats.Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Sir Charles Dalton -10000Half a year's allowance as Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, due 1729, Midsummer, in lieu of certain perquisites and allowances formerly belonging to the Gentlemen Usher Black Rod, and now released to the Crown.Ibid, p. 235.
John Pitt -25500Three-quarters of a year, due 1729, Midsummer, as Commander in Chief of the Bermudas.Ibid.
Lord Castlemain -13500Warden of Waltham Forest, for the keepers for the half year due 1729, Midsummer.Ibid, p. 236–7.
James Earl of Berkeley10500Constable of the Forest of Dean for the keepers for same half year.
Sept. 10Thomas Earl of Londonderry.1,40316Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 1728, April 17, to 1729, August 19, on his allowance of 1,200l. per annum.Ibid, p. 247.
To the University of Oxford for a preacher.1000- -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 211.
To Dr. Bourchier -2000- - -Ibid.
Wm. Matthew7061611¾Lieutenant General of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 1727, June 14, to 1728, August 19, the date of the arrival of the Earl of Londonderry.Order Book XIV. p. 248.
Sept. 16Elizaeus Burgess -27300Quarter's ordinary and extraordinary as Resident with the Republic of Venice, for quarter ended 1729, June 24.Money Book XXXIV. p. 505; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 218.
10000
Edward Salter, the executors of Robert Harmsworth and John Spencer.35176Keeping the Council ChamberOrder Book XIV. p. 234; Money Book XXXIV. p. 507.
44126
Sept. 16Lord Trevor -45500Midsummer quarter's allowance as Keeper of the Privy Seal.Money Book XXXIV. p. 503; Order Book XIV. p. 190.
Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.750,00000To discharge Exchequer billsMoney Book XXXIV. p. 502; Order Book XIV. p. 232.
Sept. 17Commissioners for Trade.30000- -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 211.
Earl of Scarborough -2,50000Extraordinary services of His Majesty's stables.Ibid.
Sept. 23Gregory Gardner, Esq. Sheriff of Somerset.12000Sheriff's cravings - -Money Book XXXIV. p. 349.
Thomas Coules, Under Sheriff of the City of Bristol.4000Same - - -Ibid, p. 440; Order Book XIV. p. 237.
Sept. 24Charles de Sailly20000Royal bounty -Order Book XIV. p. 232.
George Tilson, Thomas Townshend, Under Secretaries; John Wace, Joseph Richardson, Gilbert West, and John Burnaby, clerks; and Isaac Burroughs, Office Keeper.1,05000Attendances during the King's absence from the kingdom.Ibid.
Paymaster of the Forces80,422166Services of the forces (specified).Disposition Book XXIX. p. 212.
Treasurer of the Navy -13,40600To pay off the “Ludlow Castle,” “Winchester,” “Gosport,” and “Enterprise.”Ibid.
Treasurer of the Ordnance.40,00000Deficiency of grants to the Ordnance, 1728.Ibid.
Duke of Montagu -3,9569Debt in the Office of the Great Wardrobe.Ibid, p. 213.
Henry Duke of Kent -50000- - - -Ibid.
John Tittle - -2000Passage as Minister to New York.Money Book XXXIV. p. 506; Order Book XIV. p. 238.
Wm. Smith - -2000Passage as Minister to Virginia.Ibid.
Wm. Chichley2000Same - - -Ibid.
John Gemmill -2000Same - - -Ibid.
Wm. Fyfe2000Same - -Ibid.
Sept. 25Charles Duke of St. Albans.59326- -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 213.
Paymaster of the Works10,983810¾Ordinary and extraordinary expenses in the Office of Works for His late Majesty for the quarter ended 1726, June 30.Ibid, p. 214.
Sept. 25Walter Pryse -8000Disbursements as Under Sheriff for London and Middlesex.Money Book XXXIV. p. 468.
Sept. 30Sir Wm. Strickland -1,667176Princesses Royal, Amelia, and Caroline, for quarter ended 1729, Michaelmas.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 213.
- - - -3,00000Privy purse - - -Ibid.
Thomas Spence -9,83000Tickets in 1710 lottery not subscribed into South Sea Stock.Ibid, p. 2176.
Paymaster of the Works.68000Charles Bridgman and Charles Dartiquenau, due 1729, Michaelmas, for keeping His Majesty's gardens and plantations.Ibid, p. 214.
John Beresford and others.77100Clerks, &c. making up the incomes and issues of the Customs, 1729, Michaelmas quarter.Money Book XXXIV. p. 379.
Horace Walpole -1,30000Quarter's ordinary as Ambassador in France, 1729, June 8, to September 7.Money Book XXXIX. p. 510; Order Book XIV. p. 237.
John Lawton -10500Quarter's allowance, due 1729, Michaelmas, for himself and three clerks for methodising the records in the Exchequer of Receipt.
Appending: — Lawton's Report, dated 1729, September 29, to the Lords of the Treasury. “Since Midsummer last, I have, with Mr. Stuart, been employed in collecting together and placing in order Assize Rolls and Essoin Rolls of Edward I. II. and III. Richard II. Henry IV. V. VI. and Edward IV. And Mr. Smart and Mr. Whiston have opened and cleaned such of the Rolls of the Court of Common Pleas as were damp and rotting (which were, some time ago, laid on the top of presses, near the windows, for the benefit of the air) of Edward III. Rich. II. Henry IV. V. VI. and Edward IV.”
Money Book, ibid.