Warrants for the Payment of Money
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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1720, January-March', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 1: 1729-1730 (1897), pp. 539-554. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87318 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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1720, January–March

TABLE II.
Warrants, Orders, Privy Seals, and Sign Manuals relating to the Payment of Money.
1729–30.
Date.Payee.AmountThe Account on which the Order or Warrant is made.Reference.
£s.d.
Jan. 1Francis Negus3,97288Debt, detailed, in the stables to 1726, Midsummer.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 243.
Jan. 5Dean of the Chapel187100For the 24 preachers of His Majesty's Chapel at Whitehall, at 30l. per annum each; the reader of prayers on Sunday afternoon and the clerk at 10l. per annum each; the organist at 8l. per annum, and the blower of the organ bellows at 2l. per annum.Ibid, p. 244.
Jan. 7-2,151158Salary bill for officers of General Post, for 1729, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 132.
- -52914Same for officers of Penny Post.Ibid.
Wm. Tims, gentleman, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.12000To reimburse rewards -Ibid, p. 14.
Thos. Lord Trevor, Keeper of the Privy Seal.43500For 87 days allowances of 4l. per day, in lieu of diet and 20s. per day.Money Book XXXV. p. 100; Order Book XIV. p. 190.
John Wyat - -537100For purchases to be presented by Charles Black, Consul at Algiers, to the Dey of Algiers as from His Majesty.Order Book XIV. p. 278.
Jan. 8Treasurer of the Ordnance.40,00000- -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 245.
Thos. Missing - -4,336311For victualling the garrison of Gibraltar.Ibid, pp. 245–6.
Roger Pratt, Esq. Sheriff of Norfolk.8000To reimburse rewardsMoney Book XXXV. pp. 100–1; Order Book XIV. p. 297.
Jan. 8Fowke Hussey, Esq. Sheriff of Stafford.4000To reimburse rewards -Order Book XIV. p. 297.
John Plumptre -100,00000Land and sea services to be performed by the Ordnance Office.Money Book XXXV. p. 99; Order Book XIV. pp. 276–7.
Alured Popple, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade.62928Incidents and quarter's salary to himself and others.Money Book XXXV. p. 98; Order Book XIV. p. 284.
James Marrye, a minister.2000Passage money to Virginia -Money Book XXXV. p. 98; Order Book XIV. p. 288.
Heirs of Nicholas Yates.2500One quarter, due 1729, Christmas, on a perpetuity granted by Charles II.Money Book XXXV. p. 98.
Jan. 9Secretaries of State -1,500001728, Christmas quarter -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 224.
Arthur Collins, gentleman.10000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 450; Order Book XIV. p. 284.
Arthur Vansittart, Esq.30000Rent of Mote Park to 1729, Michaelmas, and fees on receipt of same.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 452; Order Book XIV. p. 286.
2280Rent of Mote Park to 1729, Michaelmas, and fees on receipt of same.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 452; Order Book XIV. p. 286.
Jan. 10John Rollos -85711½- -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 246.
Bank of England -70,00000One year's annuity charged on duties on coal and culm, 1729, Midsummer, to 1730, Midsummer.Order Book XIV. p. 285.
Jan. 12Thos. Rogers and three others.10000Reward for apprehending Edward Bosswell for robbery.Money Book XXXV. pp. 101–2; Order Book XIV. p. 284.
Jan. 13Sir Theodore Janssen -146170Royal bounty to John WaltonOrder Book XIV. 295
Jan. 14Treasurer of the Navy-17,00000Wear and tearDisposition Book XXIX. p. 246.
Jan. 15Thos. Cremer - -27,66000Service of the household -Ibid.
Jan. 16Philip Earl of Chesterfield, and eleven others, Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.25000Quarter's pension, due 1729, Christmas.Money Book XXXV. p. 103; Order Book XIV. p. 280.
each.
James Campbell and seven others, Grooms of the Bedchamber.12500SameIbid.
each.
Francis Earl of Godolphin, Groom of the Stole and First Lord of the Bedchamber.1,00000SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 104; Order Book XIV. p. 280; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 248.
Jan. 16Wm. Stanhope, Esq. now Lord Harrington.15000Quarter's annuity, due 1729, Christmas, as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household.Money Book XXXV. p. 104; Order Book XIV. p. 278.
Jan. 17Hugh Howard -7,388111To clear debt in Office of Works for 1729, Christmas quarter.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 247.
Jan. 19Earl of Warwick -200001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 18.
John Newbery, Minister.2000Passage money to Leeward Islands.Money Book XXXV. p. 89; Order Book XIV. p. 289.
Wm. Thompson, same -2000Same to same -Ibid.
John Sherston, same -2000Same to Antigua -Ibid.
Anthony Cracherode -2,00000Crown law expenses -Money Book XXXV. p. 48; Order Book XIV. p. 285.
John Baskett, King's printer.3,09671Paper, printing Acts of Parliament, proclamations, speeches, &c. delivered to various offices and persons, detailed, 1728, December 25, to 1729, September 29.Money Book XXXV. p. 105.
Commissioners of Affairs of Taxes162170Incidents, detailed, on land tax account, for one year ending 1729, Christmas.Money Book XXXV. p. 106; Order Book XIV. p. 287.
Bishop of Chester20000Out of reserved rent of the site of late dissolved monastery of Furness for the use of the four King's preachers in Lancashire set up by Queen Elizabeth.Money Book XXXV. p. 109.
Officers managing duties on houses.677103Quarter's salary due 1729, Christmas.Ibid, p. 110.
Same -43135Same for same quarter's incidents.Ibid, p. 111.
Jan. 20Philip Earl of Chester field, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to States General.1,30000Quarter's ordinary, due 1729, December 10.Money Book XXXV. p. 104; Order Book XIV. p. 283.
George Woodward, Resident with the King of Poland.29100One quarter's ordinary to 1729, September 29.Money Book XXXV. p. 110; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 249.
Same -41500Extraordinaries -Money Book XXXV. p. 107; Order Book XIV. p. 283.
Walter Titley, chargé d'affaires at the Court of Denmark in absence of Lord Glenorchy.19400Same quarter's ordinary -Money Book XXXV. pp. 107–8; Order Book XIV. p. 281.
Jan. 20Lord Glenorchy Envoy Ordinary and extraordinary King of Denmark.39100Extraordinary to the for 1729, Michaelmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 107–8; Order Book XIV. p. 289.
Joseph Small, Sheriff of Gloucester.8000Disbursements as sheriff -Order Book XIV. p. 288.
Jacob de la Motte Blagny.1,59900Royal bounty to 63 French pensioners, detailed.Ibid, p. 281.
James Lord Tyrawley, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Portugal.56000Ordinary and extraordinary, 1729, Michaelmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 108–9; Order Book XIV. p. 289.
7500Ordinary and extraordinary, 1729, Michaelmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 108–9; Order Book XIV. p. 289.
Sir Clement Cotterell, Master of the Ceremonies.383100For a present from His Majesty to Marquis D'Aix, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Sardinia, on his return home.Order Book XIV. p. 286.
Jan. 21Walter Chetwynd -15,70706Establishment of pensions -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 249.
John Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.5,8834111729, Christmas quarter's establishment.Ibid.
John Scrope -5,80000Secret service - -King's Warrant Book XXIX p. 453; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 250; Order Book XIV. p. 285.
Thomas Cremer -27,66000Office of Cofferer of His Majesty's Household.Order Book XIV. p. 281.
Edward Southwell, James Vernon, Temple Stanyan, Walter Carey, Clerks of the Council.100001729, Christmas quarter's attendance on the business relating to Trade and Plantations.Ibid, p. 285.
Commissioners of Taxes.15000Same quarter's allowances -Ibid, p. 302.
Jan. 22Spencer Lord Wilmington, Paymaster of the Forces.40,052152Services of the forces -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 249.
Augustus Schutz, Master of the Robes.1,42866Divers services specified -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 455; Order Book XIV. p. 290.
Jan. 23George Lord Forbes, Captain General and Governor-in Chief of all the Leeward Caribbee Islands by letters patent of 1729, December 31.1,20000- -King's Warrant Book XXIX. pp. 453–5.
[per annum.
Jan. 24Horatio Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the most Christian King.1,36000Extraordinaries, 1729, September to December 11.
Appending:—Bill of same.
Money Book XXXV. p. 112; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 260; Order Book XIV. p. 287.
Jan. 26George Naylor, Esq. Usher of the Receipt.1,11810Necessaries delivered to the ancient officers of the Receipt, Easter and Trinity terms, 1726.Order Book XIV. p. 288.
Jan. 27Thomas Lowther1,00000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXV. p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 177; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 250.
Earl of Sutherland -300001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 59; Order Book XIV. p. 265; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 251.
Thos. Lord Raby, now Earl of Strafford, farmer of Post Fines907191729, September 29, over and above the 2,276l. rent for same fines.
Appending:—Certificate of the fines by Robert Gardner, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe.
Money Book XXXV. p. 113; Order Book XIV. p. 295.
Thos. Holles, Duke of Newcastle.10000One year's fee to 1729, Christmas, as Principal Secretary of State.Ibid.
Charles Viscount Townshend.10000Same - -Ibid.
George Naylor, late Usher of the Receipt.17129Necessaries delivered to new Officers of the Receipt.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 250.
Jan. 28Thos. Beake, Esq. -20000For the under clerks of the Privy Council, for one year ended 1729, December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 114; Order Book XIV. p. 294.
Feb. 3Augustus Schutz3,00000Privy Purse -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 224.
Feb. 4Richard Sutton, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Prussia.485001729, Michaelmas quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. pp. 115–6; Order Book XIV. p. 296; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 251.
Same - -950O0Extraordinaries, 1729, June 1 to August 31.Ibid.
Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Sweden.485001729, Michaelmas quarter's ordinary.Ibid.
James Dayrolle, Resident with the States General.29100SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 116.
Same -15000Extraordinaries, June 11 to September 11.Ibid.
Sir Cyril Wich, Bart. Envoy Extraordinary to the Hanse Towns.291001729, Michaelmas quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries.Ibid, p. 117.
75001729, Michaelmas quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries.Ibid, p. 117.
Feb. 4Colonel Elizaeus Burgess, Resident with the Republic of Venice.29100Ordinary for 1729, Michaelmas quarter, and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. pp. 117–8; Order Book XIV. p. 260.
10000Ordinary for 1729, Michaelmas quarter, and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. pp. 117–8; Order Book XIV. p. 260.
Francis Colman, Resident with the Duke of Florence.29100Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 118.
99150Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 118.
Benjamin Keene, Plenipotentiary at the Court of Spain.29100Same - - -Ibid, p. 119.
90000Same - - -Ibid, p. 119.
Same - - -12500Same quarter's ordinary as Consul at Madrid.Ibid.
Benjamin Lodington, Consul at Tripoli.25000Extraordinaries, anno 1728 -Ibid, pp. 120.
Thomas Pelham, Secretary at the Treaty at Soissons.10000Extraordinaries, 1729, Michaelmas quarter.Ibid, p. 120–1.
Stephen Peens, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress at Soissons.4,13200Six bills of extraordinaries, 1728, June 24 to December 23.
Appending:—Statement of the bills in detail. Among the terms are “220l. for putting himself, his liveries and equipage into complete mourning for the Queen of Sardinia's death, in order to enable him to attend His Majesty's service at the French Court during Mr. Walpole's absence,” and “375l. for the removing his family from Soissons to Paris, and for retransporting them to a house at Compiègne and back again to Paris since, and for extraordinary new year's gifts, post of letters &c. distinct from those of Congress.”
Ibid, pp. 124–5; Order Book XIV. pp. 293–4.
Feb. 10Thos. Earl of Westmorland, Paul Docminique, Thos. Pelham, Martin Bladen, Edmund Ashe, Sir Orlando Bridgman, Walter Care, Sir Thos. Frankland, Commissioners for Trade.25000Salaries, 1729, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 126; Order Book XIV. p. 295.
each.
Feb. 13Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.16000To reimburse rewards -Money Book XXXV. p. 14; Order Book XIV. p. 296.
John Newcombe, Sheriff of Exeter, Wm. Harvey, Sheriff of York, Thos. May, Sheriff of Kent.28000SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 123–4; Order Book XIV. pp. 305–6.
Feb. 13Wm. Watkins, keeper of His Majesty's private roads and guide of his royal person in all his progresses.4914Salary of 2s. per day and travelling allowance of 3s. 4d. per day, 1729, June 24 to December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 133; Order Book XIV. pp. 301–2.
Samuel Gray,messenger appointed to look after the printing press.8000Salary for same half year -Ibid.
Thomas Diggs, Lieuttenant Governor of the island of Montserrat, in America.20000Yearly salary out of the 4½ per cent. duty, and in lieu of all presents from the Assemblies of the island.Money Book XXXV. p. 132.
Charles Duke of Grafton.750001729, Christmas quarter's annuity.Money Book XXXV. p. 129; Order Book XIV. p. 299.
Lionel Cranfield, Duke of Dorset.27500SameIbid.
Same -37500Same quarter's allowance as Constable of Dover Castle.Ibid.
Charles Lord Cornwallis, Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre on the south side of the Trent.416134Same quarter's fees -Money Book XXXV. p. 128; Order Book XIV. p. 300.
James and Arthur Moore, junior, Receivers and Paymasters of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners.1,50000Same quarter's allowance for the Captain, Lieutenant, Standard Bearer, Clerk of the Cheque, and 40 gentlemen pensioners.Money Book XXXIV. p. 126; Order Book XIV. p. 300; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 253.
Wm. Earl of Essex220113Same quarter's fee as chief ranger of St. James's Park and keeper of the Mall there.Money Book XXXV. p. 130.
Same -10000Same quarter's allowance as keeper of Hyde Park for underkeepers, hay, &c.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 299.
Sir Theodore Janssen -13000Royal bounty to John Walton.Ibid, p. 131; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 252.
Robert Lord Walpole.89140Half year ended 1729, December 25, as ranger and keeper of Richmond Park.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 300.
Six Welsh Judges, ut supra 1729, November 29, pp. 285–6.60000Hilary term's salaries -Order Book XIV. p. 260.
Feb. 16John Hedges, Treasurer or Receiver- General to Frederic Prince of Wales.2,00000For the use of the Prince -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 460; Order Book XIV. p. 297; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 252.
Feb. 16Edward Lynsay60000Royal bountyKing's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 460.
John Scrope - -5,00000Secret service -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 301; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 253.
Don Emanuel Mercador10000Year's pension -Ibid, p. 461.
Daniel Hintz - -12000Transporting Palatines from Germany to Nova Scotia.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 305; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 262.
Feb. 18Wm. Stanbope, now Lord Harrington, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress of Soissons.2,14500Extraordinaries in that service detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 145; Order Book XIV. p. 298.
John Lawton and George Leslie, Deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer.40001729, Michaelmas and Hilary Terms' allowance.Order Book XIV. p. 301.
Feb. 19Thos. Missing -3,9421911¾Victualling Gibraltar garrison, 1729, July 28 to September 21.King's Warrant Book XXIX. pp. 463–4.
Wine Licence Office577100Salary bills, 1729, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 81.
Same -20162IncidentsIbid.
Feb. 20John Press and John Sparrall, Sheriffs of Norwich.4000To reimburse rewards -Money Book XXXV. p. 14; Order Book XIV.; p. 307.
Edward Burton, Esq. -20000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 462; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 254; Order Book XIV. p. 305.
Hugh Howard, Paymaster of the Works.40,00000Service of the worksIbid; Money Book XXXV. p. 154; Order Book XIV. p. 316.
Office for licensing Hawkers and Pedlars.1882Incidents for six months ended 1729, December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 144.
Feb. 24Spencer Lord Wilmington.1,194,21215To maintain guards, garrison and land forces and for contingencies.Money Book XXXV. p. 147; Order Book XIV. p. 303.
Feb. 24Wm. Lord Harrington, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress to be held at Cambray or elsewhere.2,60000Ordinary, 1729, June 27 to December 26.Money Book XXXV. p. 148; Order Book XIV. p. 304.
The 12 Judges, 11 Masters in Chancery, Justices, Commissioners and others detailed.10,87314Salaries, &c. -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 253.
Feb. 25Duke of St. Albans -343261729, Christmas quarterMoney Book XXXV. p 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
250001729, Christmas quarterMoney Book XXXV. p 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
Henry Hungerford, Sheriff of Wilts, John Saltron, Sheriff of Cornwall, Benjamin Rhodes, Sheriff of Bedford, Thos. Bushell, Sheriff of Worcester.28000Sheriffs' cravings -Money Book XXXV. p.135; Order Book XIV. pp. 312,315.
Henry Flower -1,36000Over-payment as receiver of taxes for part of Wilts.Order Book XIV. p. 307.
Samuel Edwards and Charles Hodges.50000One year's allowance for the office of keeper of Windsor Great Park.Money Book XXXV. p. 145; Order Book XIV. p. 308; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 257.
Woodes Rogers, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Bahamas.10000Quarter's salary, due 1729, Christmas.Order Book XIV. p. 309.
Feb. 25Charles Du Bourgay, Envoy Extraordinary to Prussia.1,023197Ordinary, 1729, Michaelmas quarter, and two bills of extraordinaries.Kings Warrant Book XXIX. p. 462; Order Book XIV. p. 303.
W. Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to States General.77600Same quarter's ordinary -Order Book XIV. p. 304; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 256.
Robert Jackson, resident with the King of Sweden.47800Ordinary and extraordinaries to 1729, August 19, the day of his return.Irish Book VIII. pp. 352–3.
Feb. 26Bank of England -13,940156Premios for circulating Exchequer bills between 1729, October 14 and January 24 following.Order Book XIV. p. 308.
Feb. 27Paymaster of Forces -241,6166Purposes detailed, ibid -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 254.
[Feb. end of.]Same22,6392Service of the ForcesIbid, p. 253.
March 8Pattee Byng, Treasurer of the Navy.257,31200Purposes detailed, ibidIbid, p. 255.
Augustus Schutz -3,00000Privy purse - -Ibid.
March 4Sir John Jennings -15000Keeping Greenwich House and Park.King's Warrant Book XXIX. pp. 471–3.
per annum
John Thomas, minister2000Passage money to Carolina -Money Book XXXV. p. 148; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
Thomas Wilson, minister.2000Same to AntiguaIbid.
Charles Earl of Carlisle, Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of His Majesty's forest there.2681411¾Keepers and officers detailed, 1729, June 24 to December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 149; Order Book XIV. p. 313.
Thomas Lowther -50000His Majesty's serviceMoney Book XXXV. p. 17.
Henry Masterman -2500Six months' allowance for managing criminal prosecutions for the Crown.Ibid, p. 148; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
Thomas Bushel, Sheriff of Worcester.8000Disbursements as sheriff -Order Book XIV. p. 312.
March 5Sir Wm. Thompson, one of the Barons of the Exchequer.37500Hilary Term stipend, and arrears from 1729, November 27.Money Book XXXV. p. 150.
James Earl of Waldegrave, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany.87000Two bills of extraordinaries detailed.Ibid, pp. 150–1; Order Book XIV. p. 310.
Sir Charles Hotham, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Prussia.50000Equipage and a quarter's ordinary in advance.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 471; Order Book XIV. p. 308; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 257.
45500Equipage and a quarter's ordinary in advance.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 471; Order Book XIV. p. 308; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 257.
Thomas Lowther1,00000His Majesty's service -Order Book XIV. p. 177.
John Villa Clark -20000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 467; Order Book XIV. p. 308; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 259.
John Gore, Esq. -7,3691111Bills of Exchange for the royal service.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 467.
Wm.Tims, Under -sheriff of London, &c.16000Disbursements as Under- sheriff.Order Book XIV. p. 314.
March 6John Scrope - -3,50000Secret serviceKing's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 473; Order Book XIV. p. 807; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 257.
Paymaster General of the Forces.112,7992Services detailed - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 256.
March 7John Lord Hobart -5,71259To clear debts in the office of Treasurer of the Chamber.Disposition Book XXIX. pp. 257–8.
March 9Heneage Walker, Chief Usher of the Exchequer.25238Necessaries and allowance in lieu of diet.Order Book XIV. p. 313.
March 12John Lord Hobart1,00000For foreign messengers -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 258.
March 16Duke of Kent -500001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 51; Order Book XIV, p. 309; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 259.
Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.20000Disbursements as Under-sheriffMoney Book XXXV. p. 135.
Horace Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the most Christian King.1,30000Ordinary, 1729, December 7, to 1729–30, March 8, and one bill of extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 151; Order Book XIV. p. 309.
40000Ordinary, 1729, December 7, to 1729–30, March 8, and one bill of extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 151; Order Book XIV. p. 309.
Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Sweden.662100Four bills of extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 152–3; Order Book XIV. p. 316.
Francis Colman, resident at the Court of Florence.26100Ordinary, 1729, Michaelmas quarter, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. pp. 153; Order Book XIV.p. 310; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 259.
99120Ordinary, 1729, Michaelmas quarter, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. pp. 153; Order Book XIV.p. 310; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 259.
John Conduitt -20,00000Out of coinage duty for uses and services of the Mint.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 473; Money Book XXXV. p. 155; Order Book XIV. p. 315.
March 17Lord Byron -250001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 59; Order Book XIV.p. 314.
Thos. Lascelles -20000Service of inspecting demolition of Dunkirk as His Majesty's Commissary.Order Book XIV. p. 310.
A. Cracherode1,00000Crown law charges - -Ibid, p 311.
John Tysoe1,12119Plate delivered into Jewel Office for 1729, Christmas quarter.Ibid, p. 314.
Richard Earl of Scarborough.5,00000His Majesty's stables - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 259.
John Lord Hobart -40000To be paid to the Lord Almoner for the established allowance for the ensuing Maundy.Ibid, p. 260.
John Duke of Montagu4,314510¾Debt in Office of Great Wardrobe.Ibid.
March 23John Plumptre, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Office of Ordnance.39,947410Sea and land services, detailed.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 260.
Spencer Lord Wilmington.60,052152Services of Forces, detailed -Ibid, p. 261.
March 24Corporation of Lyme Regis.20000Royal bounty for repairing the “Cobb”Pier.Order Book XIV. p. 316.
March 25Officers of Her Majesty's Works.15212Salary bill for half-year to 1729, December 25, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 159.
Earl of Denbigh - -150001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 64; Order XIV. p. 269.
Wm. Cooper, Esq. Knight Harbinger.46168For same quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 64.
John Lawton, George Leslie, John Taylour, John Aubrey, clerks and officers of the Exchequer.3500Striking tallies, &c. during vacation time.Order Book XIV. p. 318.
John Hedges4,00000For the Prince of WalesIbid, p. 315.
March 26Sir Patrick Johnston -37100Quarter's annuity, due 1729, Christmas.Money Book XXXV. p. 163; Order Book XIV. p. 265.
Martha Johnston -12100Same - -Ibid.
Thomas Lord Trevor, Keeper of the Privy Seal.45000Quarter's allowance ended 1730, March 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 163; Order Book XIV. p. 320.
George Middleton, of London, goldsmith.15000One quarter due 1729, Christmas, on the 600l. appointed by Privy Seal of 1728, April 10, to be paid to persons appointed by John Earl of Sunderland and eight others named, for His Majesty's service.Money Book XXXV. p. 166; Order Book XIV. p. 265.
Marmaduke Lilly, and John Allen, gent. Apothecaries to His Majesty's Household.26134Half a year's salary due 1729, Christmas.Ibid.
Wm. Ireland25001730, Lady Day quarter's allowance for extraordinary services in office of Auditor of Receipt.Order Book XIV. p. 317.
Joseph Lawson, Sebastian Turst, Benjamin Hall, Thos. Coke, John Andrew Heymans, Thomas Wilkins, Edward Horner, William Sherd, and executors of Mark Delves, His Majesty's Sergeants-at-arms.21750Salaries for quarter ended 1729, December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 160.
March 26Thos. Foley, an Auditor of Imprests and Foreign Accounts.3368Salary for the half year ended 1729, December 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 160.
Edward Harley, same -3368Same - -Ibid, p. 161.
Edward Sayer, Brunswick Herald of Arms.3368A year and a quarter, ended 1729, December 25, on his annuity of 40 marks per annum.Ibid.
John Anstis, junior, Esq. Genealogist of the Order of the Bath, appointed by letters patent of 1727, October, to be one of His Majesty's Heralds of Arms with Prince William of Cumberland, first and principal Knight Companion of said Order, by name of Blanc Coursier.26134One year's annuity of 40 marks.Ibid.
David Earl of Buchan -20000One quarter due 1729, Christmas.Ibid, p. 158; Order Book XIV. p. 267.
Charles Earl of Lauderdale.20000Same - - -Ibid.
James Earl of Hyndford.20000Same - - -Ibid.
James Earl of Haddington.20000Same -Ibid.
James Lord Torpichen20000Same -Ibid.
Alexander Hay, commonly called Lord Alexander Hay.10000Same - - -Ibid.
Charles Erskine, Esq. -10000Same - - -Ibid.
David Haldane, Esq.10000Same - -Ibid.
Dr. James Bourchier, Professor and Header of Laws, Oxford.1000Same quarter's fee -Money Book; Ibid.
Dr. Francis Dickens, same at Cambridge.1000Same -Ibid.
Dr. Green, Professor and Reader of Physic, Cambridge.1000Same - -Ibid.
James Earl of Findlater and Seafield.50000Same quarter's annuity -Ibid, p. 155; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 263.
Henry Earl of Loudoun50000Same - - -Ibid.
John Earl of Crawford12500Same - - -Ibid, p. 162; Order Book XIV. p. 267.
Simon Lord Lovat -10000Same -Ibid.
John Lord Bellenden -10000Same -Ibid.
Alexander Lord Elibank.5000Same -Ibid.
George Lord Beay5000Same -Ibid.
Albert Lord Cathcart5000Same - -Ibid.
Wm. Lord Forbes -10000Same -Ibid.
March 26Charles Lord Elphinstone.7500Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 152; Order Book XIV. p. 267.
Dr. Andrew St. Clair -5000Same -Ibid.
Captain John Campbell.2500Same - - -Ibid.
Wm. Maxwell2500Same - -Ibid.
Lieut. Laurence Drummond.2500Same -Ibid.
Janet Smith, widow2500Same -Ibid.
Wm. Earl of Home5000SameIbid.
George Lord Mordington.2500Same -Ibid.
James Lord Kirkcudbright.2500same -Ibid.
David Casley, Deputy Keeper of the Cotton Library.4100Half a year, ended 1722, Christmas, for firing and cleaning.Money Book XXXV. p. 168; Order Book XIV. p. 168.
Dean and Chapter of Westminster.3000Same half-year's annuity for the French Ministers in the Savoy.Money Book XXXV.p. 169.
Charles FitzRoy, Esq. keeper of His Majesty's tennis courts.6628Same half-year's fee - -Ibid.
Under-keepers of Cranborne Chase.1000Same half-year's allowance for hay for the deer.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Henry Holt Henley, Esq. Clerk of the Pipe.53121Same half-year's patent fee of 47l. 4s. 2d. and allowance of 60l. for drawing down and charging the convictions, rents, and seizures of Popish Recusants.Money Book XXXV.p.l70.
Charles Valence Jones, Esq. Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury.5795Salary from 1729, December, the day of his appointment, to 1730, March 25.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 318.
Thos. Holles, Duke of Newcastle.4621001730, Lady Day quarterMoney Book XXXV.p.113; Order Book XIV. p. 319.
Lord Townshend -462100Same - -Ibid.
George Woodward, Resident with the King of Poland.26100Ordinary for 1729, Christmas quarter, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. p 167; Order Book XIV. p. 319.
25000Ordinary for 1729, Christmas quarter, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. p 167; Order Book XIV. p. 319.
Samuel Lord Masham, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer.27188Half-year's fee, due 1729, Christmas.Ibid.
Lords of the Treasury, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and 67 other items.9,80966Salaries, &c. -Disposition Book XXIX. pp. 262–3; Money Book XXXV. pp. 78–9; Order Book X IV. p. 317.
John Hedges and the clerks and officers of the Exchequer.4,28500-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 263.
March 26Officers of Ordnance, viz. John Duke of Argyle, Master General; Sir Charles Wills, Lieutenant General; John Plumptre,.Treasurer; George Gregory.Storekeeper; John Armstrong, Surveyor General; Thos. White, Clerk; James Pendlebury, Master Gunner; Leonard Smelt, Clerk of the Deliveries.233510Half-year's salary, due 1729, Christmas.Money Book XXXV. p. 172.
Anthony Cracherode1,00000Crown law expensesIbid, p. 48.
Robert Davis, late Sheriff of Chester.118119Overpayment as sheriff -Ibid, p. 14.
Fowke Hussey, late Sheriff of Stafford.66105Same - -Ibid, p. 15.
John Saltren, late Sheriff of Cornwall.3749Same - -Ibid.
Executors of Richard Percy, late Sheriff of Dorset.123Same -Ibid.
John Haughton and Isaac Mansfield, late Sheriffs of Yorks.16411SameIbid.
John Pitt, Esq. - -85001729, Christmas quarterIbid, p. 68; Order Book XIV. p. 321.
Sir Charles Dalton -5000SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 69; Order Book XIV. p. 322.
Governor of Windsor Castle.48100Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 70.
Mr. Rollos -12100Same -Ibid.
Corporation of Berwick2500Same -Ibid, p. 58.
Ministers of Isle of Man.2500Same -Ibid, p. 56.
George Turbill - -5000Same -Ibid, p. 61.
Edward Salter and John Spencer -21150Same -Ibid.
Edward Salter and John Spencer -1850Same -Ibid.
Earl of Harborough -2500SameIbid, p. 60.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100SameIbid, p. 58.
George Holmes, gent. -25001730, Lady Day quarter -Ibid, p. 80.
Sir Philip Ryly and Thomas Spence.49100Same - - -Ibid.
Richard Andrews, junior.37100Same -Ibid, p. 80.
Henry Pane, gent. -5000Same -Ibid, p. 78–9; Order Book XIV. p. 317.
Win. Ireland, gent. -2500Same - -Ibid.
Frances Wyndham -50001729, Michaelmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 55.
Officers of the Order of the Bath.12500Same -Ibid, p. 56.
March 26Sir Clement Cotterell -50001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
25001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
Heirs of Colonel Fairfax2500Same - -Ibid, p. 54.
Richard Bentley -5000Same - -Ibid, p. 53.
Thos. Walker -5000Same - -Ibid.
Jane Keen7500Same -Ibid.
Daniel Graham28150Same -Ibid, p. 57.
John Inglis - -2500Same - -Ibid, p. 56.
2900Same - -Ibid, p. 56.
Richard Topham -37001730, Lady Day quarter -Ibid, pp. 82–3.
Clerks of the Treasury187100Same -Ibid.
Thos. Mann, attendant at the Treasury Office; Thos. Thurkettle and Win. Richards, letter carriers; Win. Empson, attendant, Jo. Shepherd, assistant to the chamber keepers and messengers.127100Same - - - -Ibid, p. 86; Order Book XIV. p. 274.
John Beresford and others.77100Making up hooks of the revenue for same quarter.Ibid, p. 87.
Edward Millward -5001730, Lady Day quarter -Order Book XIV. p. 317.
Keepers of the Council Chamber.18501729, Christmas quarter -Ibid, p. 318.
March 27Commissioners for Hackney Coaches and Chairs.2701001730, Lady Day quarter, salary bill.Money Book XXXV. p. 88.
Same - - -152910Incidents for same -Ibid, p. 168.
John Cooke, clerk of the Foreign Estreats.24341729, Christmas quarter's salary.Order Book XIV. pp. 233, 169; Money Book XXXV. p. 55.
Richard Viscount Castlemaine.67100Keepers of Waltham ForestOrder Book XIV. p. 320.
James Earl of Berkeley52100Officers of Dean Forest -Ibid, p. 321.
Francis Cudworth Masham.20001729, Christmas quarter's fee as Foreign Opposer -Ibid.
[March]Corporation of Lyme Regis.25001729, Christmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 55.
Corporation of Dartmouth.1000Same - - - -Ibid.