Warrants for the Payment of Money
1720, April-June

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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1720, April-June', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 1: 1729-1730 (1897), pp. 554-575. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87319 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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1720, April–June

Date.Payee.Amount.The Account on which the Order or Warrant is made.Reference.
April 1Queen's Treasurer -1,6671701730, Lady Day quarter -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 242.
April 3Sir John Napier, Sheriff of Bedford.4000Disbursement as sheriffMoney Book XXXV. p. 136.
Samuel Kent, Sheriff of Surrey.38000Same - -Ibid.
Robert Manwood, Sheriff of Devon.4000SameIbid.
John Scrope -4,21100Secret service -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 478; Order Book XIV. p. 319; To satisfy annuities on tickets of the said lottery not subscribed into capital stock of Disposition Book XXIX. p. 265.
April 6Whitehall preachers -187100For quarter ending July 5Disposition Book XXIX. p. 268.
April 7Anthony Cracherode -1,00000Crown law expenses - -Money Book XXXV. p. 48; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
Charles Duke of St. Albans.1,09419On yearly pension of 1,000l. and several fees and allowances.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 478.
Thomas Spence, paymaster of the 1710 lottery.8,00000To satisfy annuities on tickets of the said lottery not subscribed into capital stock of South Sea Company.Money Book XXXV. p. 173.
April 8Pattee Byng33,892100Navy uses detailed -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 266.
Richard Backwell, late one of the collectors of Excise.5000- - -Warrants not relating to Money XXIV. p. 250.
James Earl of Waldegrave, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Emperor of Germany.1,30000Ordinary for one quarter ended 1729–30, February 19.Money Book XXXV. p. 173; Order Book XIV. p. 326.
Stephen Poyntz, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress at Soissons.2,60000Six months' ordinary, 1729, September 22, to 1729–30, March 23.Ibid.
Tobias Bloss, Sheriff of Suffolk.8000Disbursements as sheriffs -Money Book XXXV. p. 136; Order Book XIV. p. 328; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
John Simons, Sheriff of Leicester.4000Same - -Money Book XXXV. p. 136; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
Band of gentlemen pensioners.1,500001730, Lady Day quarter's pension's.Money Book XXXV. p. 126; Order Book XIV. p. 322; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
Thomas Lowther -1,00000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXV. p. 17; Order Book XIV. pp. 177, 156; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 268.
Henry Earl of Loudoun.500001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 155; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 265
April 9John Lord Hobart -5,883411Quarter's establishment for His Majesty's Chamber.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 265.
Walter Chetwynd -11,17556Same for pensions -Ibid.
Thomas Cremer -26,69500Cofferer's Office -Ibid.
Pattee Byng1,000,00000Navy and victualling -Money Book XXXV. p. 177; Order Book XIV. p. 327.
April 10John Plumptre, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Office of Ordnance.2,9296Uses detailed -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 267.
Evan Morgan -2000Compensation for removal during the fitting up the room at Westminster for the footmen attending the House of Commons.Ibid, p. 266.
April 11Jonathan Forward53000Transporting 106 felons -Order Book XIV. p. 322.
Fowke Hussey, Sheriff of Stafford.66105Disbursement as sheriffIbid, p. 317.
April 13Augustus Schutz -742109To clear expense and salaries in the Office of the Robes, 1730, Lady Day quarter.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 480; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 270; Order Book XIV. p. 326.
Sir Theodore Janssen -13000Royal bounty to John Walton, and fees on same.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 481; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
16170Royal bounty to John Walton, and fees on same.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 481; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
April 15Wm. Tims -20000Disbursementsas Under-sheriff of London and Middlesex.Order Book XIV. p. 324.
Charles Duke of Grafton.750001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 129; Order Book XIV. p. 325.
Lionel Cranfield, Duke of Dorset.27500Same - -Ibid.
37500Same - -Ibid.
Charles Lord Cornwallis.416134Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 128; Order Book XIV. p. 325.
Wm. Earl of Essex -100001730, Lady Day quarter's allowance as keeper of Hyde Park.Money Book XXXV. p. 130; Order Book, ibid.
Officers employed in the duties on houses.6771001730, Lady Day quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 110.
Wm. Earl of Essex -22289Allowance for fish, fowl, and hay, and under-keepers for 1730, Lady Day quarter, as Chief Ranger of St. James's Park and Keeper of the Mall, by letters patent of 1727, August 3.Ibid, p. 178.
April 15Hugh Howard, Esq. -3,943310½Office of Works, expenses detailed.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 267.
Sir Whitmore Acton, late Sheriff of Salop.1014Disbursements as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 16; Order Book XIV. p. 330.
Earl of Denbigh -150001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 64; Order Book XIV. p. 269.
Duke of St. Albans -34326Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
25000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
John Fulton, minister -2000Passage money to South Carolina.Money Book XXXV. p. 89; Order Book XIV. p. 327.
Hugh Kemp, minister -2000Same to Jamaica - -Ibid.
Richard Charlton, minister.2000Same to Leeward Islands -Ibid.
April 16Nathaniel Blackerby -3,50000Endowing the new church of St. Mary at Stratford-le-Bow.Order Book XIV. p. 327.
Commissioners for Taxes.150001730, Lady Day quarter's salaries.Ibid, p. 331; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
Executors of Henry Portman.2,50000Assignment to the King of lodge in or near Hyde Park, granted by Wm. III. to Edward Earl of Jersey.Order Book XIV. p. 323; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 268.
April 17Commissioners for Duties on Houses.661911¼Incidents, 1730, Lady Day quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 190.
Commissioners of Public Taxes.4118Same - -Ibid, p. 184; Order Book XIV. p. 335.
April 20Officers of His Majesty's Yard at Plymouth.11100Repayment of taxes on salaries, 1729, June 25, to December 25.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 269.
John Saltren, late Sheriff of Cornwall.3749Disbursement as sheriff -Order Book XIV. p. 330.
Philip Earl of Chesterfield, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.1,30000Ordinary, 1729, December 10, to 1729–30, March 10.Money Book XXXV. p. 178; Order Book XIV. p. 326.
Robert Southwell, James Vernon, Temple Stanyan, Walter Cary, clerks of the Privy Council.621001730, Lady Day quarter's salaries.Ibid, p. 179.
each.
Same -2500Same for attending the business of the Trade and Plantations at the Privy Council.Order Book XIV. p. 328; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 270.
each.
April 21Spencer Lord Wilmington.16,196169Service of the Forces - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 270.
April 21Arthur Onslowe, Speaker of the House of Commons.50000Allowance, 1729, December 22, to 1730, April 1.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p 481; Order Book XIV. p. 332; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
Thos. Earl of Westmorland, Paul Docminique, Thos. Pelham, Martin Bladen, Edward Ashe, Sir Orlando Bridgman, Walter Cary, and Sir Thos. Frankland, Commissioners for Trade.2,00000Salaries for 1730, Lady Day quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 180; Order Book XIV. p. 330; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 272.
Alured Popple, secretary to the Commissioners for Trade.287100Same quarter's allowance to himself, deputy secretary, seven clerks, and others, and for incidents.Money Book XXXV. p. 180; Order Book XIV. p. 333; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
375103Same quarter's allowance to himself, deputy secretary, seven clerks, and others, and for incidents.Money Book XXXV. p. 180; Order Book XIV. p. 333; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
Post Office -1,37296Incidents for 1729, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 185–6.
Officers of General Post Office detailed.2,151158Same quarter's salaries -Ibid, pp. 181–3.
Same of Penny Post detailed.52914Same -Ibid, p. 183.
April 22Earl of Sutherland300001730, Lady Day quarter's allowance.Ibid, p. 184; Order Book XIV. p. 331; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 272.
Wm. Lord Byron25000Same quarter's annuity -Money Book XXXV. pp. 180; Order Book XIV. p. 332; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
Walter Chetwynd -50,00000Pensions, annuities and bounties.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 482; Money Book XXXV. p. 200.
Groom of the Stole -1,000001730, Lady Day quarter's salary.Money Book XXXV. p. 179; Order Book XIV. p. 329; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 273.
Twelve gentlemen of the Bedchamber.25000Same -Ibid.
each.
Eight grooms of the Bedchamber.12500Same -Ibid.
each.
Wm. Lord Harrington -15000Same quarter's allowance -Order Book XIV. p. 330.
April 22Edmund Lord Kilmallock.15000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 482; Order Book XIV. p. 329; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 270.
Wm. Ellis -75100Same -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 483; Order Book XIV. p. 332.
Charles Viscount Townshend and Wm. Holles, Duke of Newcastle.750001730, Lady Day quarter's salaries.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 271.
each.
April 23Benjamin, Bishop of Sarum.570501730, Lady Day quarter, as Chancellor of the Garter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 118 and 21; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 278.
Sir John Molesworth, Joseph Sawle, Edward Bennet, Francis Gregor, Samuel Gilbert, Samuel Foot, Justices of Peace of Cornwall.12000Proclamation rewards for apprehending James Spurga, Thos. Towsy and Thos. Towsy, junior, convicted and executed for riots and tumults in said county.Money Book XXXV. pp. 187–9.
Executors and administrators of Wm. Lowen, late keeper of New Lodge Walk, in Windsor Forest.8100Sixty loads of hay at 1l. 7s. per load.Money Book XXXV. p. 191; Order Book XIV. p. 333.
Richard Williams -7075Expenses for prosecution of several persons for sodomitical practices before His late Majesty was pleased to order that offenders of that kind should be prosecuted at the expense of the Crown.Money Book XXXV. pp. 191–3.
April 24Spencer Lord Wilmington.169,67914Army uses, detailed - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 271.
Pattee Byng -14,00000Navy; wear and tear and wages.Ibid, p. 272.
April 25John Scrope5,10000Secret service -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 485; Order Book XIV. p. 332; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
James Underhill -25000Royal bountyIbid.
Charles Viscount Townshend, President of the Council.2,50000Allowance for six months from 1729, June 4, the day of decease of Wm. Duke of Devonshire.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 485; Order Book XIV. p. 334.
April 27John Hedges2,00000Use of the Prince of Wales -Order Book XIV. p. 331; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
April 27Woodes Rogers -10000Quarter's allowance, due 1730, Lady Day.Order Book XIV. p. 335.
Richard Percy, late Sheriff of Dorset.1213Disbursement as sheriffIbid, p. 330.
April 28Robert Davis118119-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 274.
Arthur Collins, gent. -10000Royal bounty - -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 484; Order Book XIV. p. 334.
Jacob de la Motte Blagny.20000For the Society of French gentlewomen at the Hague.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 485; Order Book XIV. p. 336b.
May 4Augustus Schutz -3,00000Privy PurseDisposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
May 5Thos. Pelham, Secretary to the Congress at Soissons.35400Six months' ordinary, to 1730, March 25, and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 193, Order Book XIV. p. 333; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
20000Six months' ordinary, to 1730, March 25, and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 193, Order Book XIV. p. 333; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
Thos. Missing -3,9364Victualling Gibraltar garrison, 1729, September 22 to November 16.
Appending:—Lists of victualled.
King's Warrant Book XXIX. pp. 490–1.
Wm. Caulfield, a Judge of the King's Bench in Ireland, and Francis Bernard, a Judge of the Common Pleas in Ireland.10000To make good the loss suffered by their attendance on the House of Lords during the time of circuits.Irish Book VIII. p. 364.
10000To make good the loss suffered by their attendance on the House of Lords during the time of circuits.Irish Book VIII. p. 364.
Officers of House of Peers in Ireland.2,64568Salaries for last session, detailed.Ibid, pp. 365–6.
Anthony Cracherode -1,00000Crown law expenses -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
Administrators of Charles Hudson, late Consul General at Algiers.15000Ordinary for quarter due 1729, Lady Day; same for 31 days more, to April 25, when he died, and extraordinaries, 1728, June 10, to 1729, April 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 196; Order Book XIV. p. 336b.
50192Ordinary for quarter due 1729, Lady Day; same for 31 days more, to April 25, when he died, and extraordinaries, 1728, June 10, to 1729, April 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 196; Order Book XIV. p. 336b.
35000Ordinary for quarter due 1729, Lady Day; same for 31 days more, to April 25, when he died, and extraordinaries, 1728, June 10, to 1729, April 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 196; Order Book XIV. p. 336b.
May 6Robert Knaplock, Jacob Tonson, John Pemberton, Richard Williamson.28406Printed reports, &c., detailed delivered to the Sergeant of the House of Commons, for the use of the members.Money Book XXXV. p. 198; Order Book XIV. p. 336.
Thos. Earl of Macclesfield.300001730, Lady Day's annuityMoney Book XXXV. p. 195.
Horatio Walpole, Cofferer of the Household.100,00000Ordinary and extraordinary expenses of the household.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 488; Money Book XXXV. p. 196; Order Book XIV. p. 334.
May 6John Sorope -7,20000Secret service -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 488; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 277.
May 7Heirs of Nicholas Yates25001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 21.
Thomas Lowther -50000His Majesty's serviceIbid, p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 177.
James Underhill-25000Royal bounty - -Order Book XIV. p. 334; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 78.
Hugh Howard -30000Repairs of Fulham Road -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276.
Wm. Greenhalgh, Sheriff of Lancaster.8000Disbursements as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 136.
Sir Matthew Decker, Sheriff of Surrey.12000Same - -Ibid.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, Edmund Ball, Paymasters of Exchequer bills.1,30000To discharge Exchequer bills on malt, mum, and cider, and to replace like amount retained for salaries and incidents.Money Book XXXV. p. 193; Order Book XIV. p. 336b.
Widows of Captain Abington and 171 more.2,55700Out of savings on half pay of reduced officers.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 506.
May 9Horace Walpole -26,69500Cofferer's office and other expenses.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 277.
May 12Richard Carter, John Verney, Wm. Chapple, Thos. Martin, John Trevor, Hy. Beeston.10000Welsh Justices, 1730, Easter term.Order Book XIV. p. 337.
each.
Executors of Henry Portman, Esq.27990Due to him as Keeper of Hyde Park to 1727–8, February 20, the day of his death.Money Book XXXV. p. 199; Order Book XIV. p. 336; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 278.
May 13Spencer Lord Wilmington.40,00000Services of the Forces -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 277.
May 19Thos. Lowther1,00000His Majesty's serviceMoney Book XXXV. p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 177.
May 20George Woodward, Resident with the King of Poland.270001730, Lady Day quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. p. 199; Order Book XIV. p. 338.
Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.28000Disbursements - -Money Book XXXV. p. 137.
Ezekiel Wallis, Sheriff of Wilts.12000Same -Ibid.
May 21Earl of Warwick200001730, Lady Day quarterMoney Book XXXV. p. 18; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 279.
Henry Archer - -3,00000Disbursements in royal service.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 504; Order Book XIV. p. 337; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 278.
Alexander Williams3,00000The like -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 505.
Richard Gardner -20000The like - -Ibid.
John Hedges - -2,00000Prince of Wales's service -Order Book XIV. p. 335; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 278.
Sir John Hynde Cotton, Bart.10175From 1727, June 11, the day of His late Majesty's demise, to 1729, Midsummer, on a perpetuity of 5l. 6s. 8d.Money Book XXXV. p. 203.
May 27John Plumptre -100,00000Land and sea services to be performed by the Ordnance Office.Ibid, p. 223; Order Book XIV. p. 276.
Lionel Mills and six others.10000Arresting James Little for highway robbery in St. Pancras parish.Money Book XXXV. pp. 204–5.
Samuel Buckley -58670Disbursements on special purposes and occasions, 1729–30, January 7, to 1730, May 1.Ibid, p. 206.
John Godard and Arthur Stert, two of His Majesty's Commissioners, to treat with those of the King of Spain, on matters arising out of the Treaty of Seville.1,91000500l. each for equipage and 455l. each for ordinary, from 1730, Lady day.Money Book XXXV. p. 207; Order Book XIV. p. 339.
Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Sweden.43500Ordinary for 1729, Christmas quarter, and extraordinaries, detailed.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 501; Money Book XXXV. p. 216; Order Book XIV. p. 340; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 279.
12500Ordinary for 1729, Christmas quarter, and extraordinaries, detailed.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 501; Money Book XXXV. p. 216; Order Book XIV. p. 340; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 279.
Elizaeus Burgess, Resident with the Republic of Venice.26100SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 217; Order Book XIV. p. 341.
10000SameMoney Book XXXV. p. 217; Order Book XIV. p. 341.
May 27James Dayrolle, Resident with the States General.261001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. pp. 217–8.
Benjamin Keene, Minister Plenipotentiary to King of Spain.26100Same and extraordinaries -Ibid, pp. 218–9; order Book XIV. p. 341.
45000Same and extraordinaries -Ibid, pp. 218–9; order Book XIV. p. 341.
John Merest, clerk assistant attending the House of Peers.10000Services in the session, 1729–30, January 30, to 1730, May 15.Money Book XXXV. p. 219.
Richard Turner -10000For the eight doorkeepers of the House of Peers, himself being one.Ibid.
Thos. Spence, Sergeant-at-Arms attending the House of Commons.35656Coal, candles, mops, brooms, and messengers, detailed for delivery of orders during above sessions.Ibid, p. 220; Order Book XIV. p. 344; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 283.
Same - -11000Salary for above session -Money Book XXXV. p. 221; Order Book XIV. p. 343.
Michael Askew, clerk assistant of the House of Commons.10000SameIbid.
Hicks Burroughs, Edward Joddrell, John Hooks, Wm. Hester, four under clerks.20000Same - -Ibid.
Thos. Ward, housekeeper of House of Commons.6000Same -Ibid.
Francis Jephson, Sergeant-at- Arms attending House of Peers.63100Attendance 127 days, viz. 1729, July 22 to September 16, October 16 to November 20, being the several days on which the Parliament was prorogued, and from 1729–30, January 13, to 1730, May 15, at 10s. per day.Money Book XXXV. p. 221–2; Order Book XIV. p. 345.
Thos. Robinson, Secretary to Embassy to King of France.35400Six months' ordinary ended 1730, March 25.Order Book XIV. p. 338.
Sir Cyril Wich, Envoy Extraordinary to the Hanse Towns.53100Ordinary, 1729, September 29, to 1730, March 25, and two bills of extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 212–3; Order Book XIV. p. 338.
8800Ordinary, 1729, September 29, to 1730, March 25, and two bills of extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 212–3; Order Book XIV. p. 338.
9500Ordinary, 1729, September 29, to 1730, March 25, and two bills of extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 212–3; Order Book XIV. p. 338.
James Lord Tyrawley, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal.435001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. p. 214; Order Book XIV. p. 340.
Richard Sutton, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Prussia.43500Same quarter's ordinary and two bills of extraordinaries, detailed, as Envoy to the Courts of Wolfenbüttel and Cassel.Money Book XXXV. pp. 215–6; Order Book XIV. p. 340.
70000Same quarter's ordinary and two bills of extraordinaries, detailed, as Envoy to the Courts of Wolfenbüttel and Cassel.Money Book XXXV. pp. 215–6; Order Book XIV. p. 340.
May 27Francis Child -40000Clerks, officers, and incidents attending the Committee of the House of Commons to inquire into the state of the gaols.King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 505; Order Book XIV. p. 347.
May 28John Lord Hobart -2,81766Debt in the Office of Treasurer of the Chamber to 1730, Lady day.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 279.
-1,00000Advance to foreign messengers.Ibid.
John Duke of Montagu.2,36318Debt in Office of Great Wardrobe for 1730, Lady Day quarter.Ibid.
John Lord Glenorchy, Envoy Extraordonary to the King of Denmark.261001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. pp. 213–4.
100001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries.Money Book XXXV. pp. 213–4.
Walter Titley, Chargé d'Affaires at Court of Denmark in absence of Lord Glenorchy.174001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary.Ibid.
John Tysoe, His Majesty's goldsmith.53627Plate delivered into Jewel office.Order Book XIV. p. 340.
John King, outranger of Windsor Forest.30000Six months' allowance for himself, keepers, incidents, &c.Ibid, p. 270
Wm. Cayley, Consul at Cadiz.50001729, Christmas quarter's salary.Money Book XXXV. p. 207; Order Book XIV. p. 342.
Win. Finch, Plenipotentiary to the States General.69600Same quarter's ordinary -Order Book XIV. p. 339.
Charles Du Bourgay, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Prussia.43500Same - -King's Warrant Book XXIX. p. 501; Money Book XXXV. p. 208; Order Book XIV. p. 339.
Charles Holzendorff10000Same quarter for services to be performed in foreign Courts.Money Book XXXV. p. 208; Order Book XIV. p. 347.
Thos. Robinson, late Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the Most Christian King.35400Ordinary, 1729, September 29, to 1730, March 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 209.
John Stanhope, Secretary to the Embassy to the States General.174001729, Christmas quarter's ordinary.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 342.
Edmond Allen, British Secretary to King of Sardinia.17400Same - -Ibid.
May 28Benjamin Lodington, Consul General at Tripoli.95001729, Christmas quarter's ordinaryMoney Book XXXV. p. 209; order Book XIV. p. 341
Charles Black, Consul General at Algiers.15000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 210; Order Book XIV. p. 341.
Thos. Ward, Consul General of all Russia.10000Same - - -Money Book ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 342.
Claudius Rondeau, assistant to Ward.2500Same -Ibid.
Benjamin Keene.Consul General at Madrid.12500Same - -Money Book XXXV. p. 211; Order Book XIV. p. 341.
John Russell, Consul at Tetuan.62100Same - - -Money Book ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 342.
June 1Wm. Eliot, Receiver General of Taxes for Cornwall.7881510½Overpayment in his account of the tenth 3s. aid, 1728.Order Book XIV. p. 343.
John Baker, late Sheriff of Worcester.25170Disbursements as sheriff -Ibid, p. 345.
Ezekiel Wallis, Sheriff of Wilts.12000Same -Ibid.
Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.28000Disbursements as under sheriffIbid p. 346.
Bank of England15,353182For circulating Exchequer bills, 1729–30 January 24, to 1730, April 24, with a statement of the appropriation of the premios to the various duties.Ibid, p. 347.
Samuel Buckley - -58670His Majesty's service - -Ibid.
Augustus Schutz -3,00000Privy purse - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 275.
June 2Commissioners of Navy657154To complete a bill of 2,107l. 15s. 4d. payable to John Pearse.Ibid, p. 281.
Phillips Gybbon, late Surveyor General.77611½Allowance to 1730, May 14, when he was superseded in his office as Surveyor-General by Dr.Exton Sayer.Order Book XIV. p. 348.
John Fordyce, minister2000Customary royal bounty to ministers for passage money to Jamaica.Money Book XXXV. p. 89.
George Holme -2000Same to the Leeward IslandsIbid; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
June 3Richard Sutton -45000Ordinary for 1730, Lady Day quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 215; Order Book XIV. p. 340; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 280.
June 4Bacon Morris, Esq. Governor of Landguard Fort.569139Estimate of the buildings of his house near Landguard Fort.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 281.
John Plumptre -40,00000Land and sea services, wages and victualling.Ibid, p. 282.
Pattee Byng - -25,14200Navy, wages and victuallingIbid.
Thos. Clifford, Receiver General of the county of Monmouth.500173Extraordinary charges and service in the land tax and duties on the houses, Monmouthshire, for years 1723–8, being 3d. in the £ on 40,069l. 5s. 3d. in consideration of small amount of taxes in his receipt.Money Book XXXV. pp. 222–3; Order Book XIV. p. 348
June 5Horatio Walpole2,00000Expense of installation of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 284.
Hugh Howard -84160Repair of the road through Hyde Park.Ibid, p. 283.
June 9Captain George Munro40000Annuity to commence from Feast of St. Michael, 1729.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 4.
Samuel Cranmer, gent.50000Royal bountyIbid; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 286.
Earl of Crawford and 15 others.90000Like warrant as supra, 1730, March 26Money Book XXXV. p. 162
Sir Patrick Johnston37100Lady Day quarterIbid, p. 163; Order Book XIV. p. 265.
Martha Johnston12100Same - - -Ibid.
Thos. Lord Trevor -21500Forty-three days, 1730, March 25 to May 8, being the day on which he was sworn President of the Council.Money Book XXXV. p. 163.
(Amount stated as 172l. in Order Book XIV. p. 351.)
Daniel Graham -281501730, Lady Day quarterIbid, p. 57.
Corporation of Lyme Regis, Dorset.2500Same -Ibid, p. 55.
John Cooke, Esq. clerk of Foreign Estreats.2434Same - -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Corporation of Dartmouth.1000Same - - -Ibid.
Sir Clement Cotterell -5000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
2500Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
Richard Bentley, keeper of His Majesty's libraries.5000Same -Ibid, p. 53.
Thos. Walker5000Same -Ibid.
Jane Kien - -7500Same - - -Ibid.
June 9Heirs of Col. Fairfax -25001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
Ministers of the Isle of Man.2500Same - - -Ibid, p. 56.
John Inglis - -2500Same - -Ibid.
3000Same - -Ibid.
Corporation of Berwick2500Same -Ibid, p. 58.
Wm. Cowper, Esq. Knight Harbinger.4868Same -Ibid, p. 64.
Geo. Turbill -5000Same -Ibid, p. 61.
Edward Salter and John Spencer.1850Same - - -Ibid.
22100Same - - -Ibid.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100Same - -Ibid, p. 58.
Thos. Lowther -1,00000King's service - -Ibid, p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 177.
Anthony Cracherode -2,50000Crown law expenses -Money Book XXXV. p. 48.
Duke of Kent - -500001730, Lady Day quarter -Ibid, p. 51; Order Book XIV. p. 309.
Benjamin Lodington, Consul General at Tripoli25000Extraordinaries, detailed (reckoned in Spanish dollars at 5s. sterling the dollar).(Money Book XXXV. p. 225–6; Order Book XIV. p. 349; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 285.
John Crookshanks, secretary to the Commissioners appointed to treat with those of the Catholic King on matters arising out of the Treaty of Seville.18200Three months ordinary, to commence from 1730, Lady Day.Money Book XXXV. p. 227; Order Book XIV. p. 351; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 287.
Francis Wyndham, daughter of Dame Anne Wyndham.50001730, Lady Day quarter's pension.Ibid.
John Duke of Montagu, Grand Master of the Order of the Bath.12500For same quarter for the officers of the said order.Money Book XXXV. pp. 227–8.
Joseph Lawson, Sebastian Turst, Benjamin Hall, Thos. Coke, John Andrew Heymans, Thos. Wilkins, Edward Horner, and Wm. Sherd, His Majesty's Sergeants-at-Arms.19800Same quarter's salary of 3s. per day, and allowance of 2s. 6d. per day for board wages.Ibid, p. 228.
James Earl of Berkeley, Constable of the Forest of Dean.52100Same quarter for conservator and under-keepers of said forest.Ibid, pp. 228–9; Order Book XIV. p. 349.
Richard Viscount Castlemain warden of His Majesty's Eltham Forest, Essex.67100Rangers and keepers of said forestMoney Book XXXV. p. 229; Order Book XIV. p. 350.
June 9Francis Cudworth Masham, Foreign opposer in the Exchequer Court.10001730, Lady Day quarter's salaryMoney Book XXXV. p. 230; Order Book XIV. p. 349.
John Pitt, Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Bermudas.8500Same quarter's allowance, and in lieu of all presents from the Assemblies there.Money Book XXXV. p. 230; Order Book XIV. p. 351.
John Rollos, chief engraver of the royal seals, stamps, and arms.12100Same quarter's salary -Ibid.
Sir Charles Dalton, Gentlemen Usher Blackrod.5000Same quarter's allowance in lieu of certain perquisites and allowances belonging formerly to Blackrod and now released to the Crown.Money Book XXXV. p. 230; Order Book XIV. p. 350.
Charles Earl of Carlisle, late Governor and Captain of His Majesty's Castle of Windsor.4500Same quarter's allowance of 10s. per day.Ibid.
Hugh Howard, Esq. keeper and register of His Majesty's papers and records concerning matters of State and Council reduced into the form of a library within the Palace of Whitehall.4000Same quarter's allowanceIbid.
Gertrude Countess Dowager of Albemarle.75000Three quarters' pension due 1730, Lady Day.Money Book XXXV. p. 224.
Thos. Robinson, Envoy Extraordinary to Emperor of Germany.45500Three months' ordinary in advance, to commence from 1730, May 2, and for equipage.Ibid, p. 225; Order Book XIV. p. 348.
50000Three months' ordinary in advance, to commence from 1730, May 2, and for equipage.Ibid, p. 225; Order Book XIV. p. 348.
Dr. Green, professor and reader of Physic at Cambridge.10001730, Lady Day quarterMoney Book XXXV. p. 211.
Dr. Bourchier, professor and reader of Laws, Oxford.1000Same -Ibid.
Dr. Dickens, professor and reader of Laws, Cambridge.1000Same -Ibid.
June 10Justices, Barons of the Exchequer, Masters in Chancery, &c.6,057100Easter term salaries -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 286.
Mayor of Macclesfield -2500For a preacher for half year, due 1730, Lady Day.Money Book XXXV. p. 58; Order Book XIV. p. 186.
Sydenham Williams, Sheriff of Dorset.8000Disbursement as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 137.
Keepers of the Council Chamber.1850- - -Order Book XIV. p. 318.
June 10Sir Thos. Allen, Bart. Sheriff of Suffolk.12000Disbursement as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 137; Order Book XIV. p. 366.
Wm. Bromley, Esq. Sheriff of Worcester.4000Same - - -Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 367.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, and Edmund Ball, Paymasters of Exchequer bills100,00000Upon account to discharge in numerical course and order the principal payable on the like sum in Exchequer bills issued on the land tax, 1729.Money Book XXXV. p. 225; Order Book XIV. p. 365
James Reynolds, Esq. appointed Chief Baron of the Exchequer by letters patent under the Great Seal, 1730, April 28.2,00000Dormant warrant for salary -Money Book XXXV. pp. 226–7.
per annum.
Exton Sayer, Doctor of Laws, appointed by letters patent of 1730, May 15, Surveyor General of all His Majesty's Honours castles, lordships, manors, rents, possessions, &c. in England and Wales.20000Dormant for salary, and warrant for salary from May 15 to the Feast of St. John Baptist, and for extraordinaries in same period.Ibid, pp. 232–3.
30000Dormant for salary, and warrant for salary from May 15 to the Feast of St. John Baptist, and for extraordinaries in same period.Ibid, pp. 232–3.
per annum.
54181
21196
John King, outranger of Windsor Forest.30000Six months allowance for himself, keepers, incidents, &c.Ibid, p. 65; Order Book XIV. p. 270.
George Middleton -150001730, Lady Day quarter, ut supra, p. 288.Order Book XIV. p. 265.
David Earl of Buchan and seven others.20000Same, ut supra, p. 551 -Ibid, p. 267.
each.
John Earl of Crawford and fifteen others.10000Same, ut supra, pp. 551–2 -Ibid.
each.
A. Cracherode - -1,00000Crown law expenses -Ibid, p. 311.
Wm. Matthew, Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher.20000One year's allowance, due 1729, October 26.Ibid, p. 374.
Horatio Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinay and Plenipotentiary to the Most Christian King.1,30000Quarter's ordinary, 1729–30, March 8, to 1730, June 7.Money Book XXXV. p. 223; Order Book XIV. p. 348.
June 11Viscount Townshend and 66 others.17,7651- - -Disposition Book XXIX. pp. 284–5.
June 14Bank of England -100,00000Appropriation for year ending 1731, June 1.Order Book XIV. p. 194.
June 15South Sea Company -408,00000Year's interest on 10,000,000l. to 1731, Midsummer, and 8,000l. for expenses of management.Ibid, p. 202.
Thos. Holles, Duke of Newcastle.3,00000Secret service -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 11.
June 16Anthony Cracherode -25000Half year's salary, due 1730, June 11.Money Book XXXV. p. 76; Order Book XIV. p. 355.
Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.28000Disbursements as under sheriffMoney Book XXXV. p. 138.
Win. Noake, Sheriff of Berks.4000Same as sheriff -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 357.
John How, Sheriff of Essex.8000Same -Ibid.
Francis Gulston, Sheriff of Hertford.12000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 138; Order Book XIV. p. 358.
Sir Wm. S. Quintin, Sheriff of York.4000Same - -Order Book XIV. p. 357.
George Graves, Searcher of Customs in Chichester port.1000Dormant warrant for salary -Customs Book XIII. p. 83.
per annum.
John Duke of Montagu20,00000Office of Great WardrobeKing's Warrant Book XXX. pp. 11–2.
Samuel Shute, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of Massachusetts Bay and New Hampshire.40000Royal bounty -Ibid, p. 12.
Charles Du Bourgay Envoy Extraordinary to King of Prussia.45000Ordinary and extraordinary to 1730, Lady Day.Ibid, p. 13; Money Book XXXV. pp. 251–2; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
175176Ordinary and extraordinary to 1730, Lady Day.Ibid, p. 13; Money Book XXXV. pp. 251–2; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
Samuel Symonds Pepys, Sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon.241211Disbursements as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 16.
Edward Wilson, late Sheriff of Stafford.27127Same -Ibid.
Wm. Chamberlain, Sheriff of Warwick.1320Same -Ibid.
Wm. Harvey, late Sheriff of York.138130Same - -Ibid.
Gustavus Thompson, Sheriff of Cumberland.63171Same - -Ibid.
Thos. Bushell, late Sheriff of Worcester.5630Same - - -Ibid.
Paymasters of Exchequer bills.500,00000To discharge the like principal in Exchequer bills on land tax, 1730.Ibid, p. 235; Order Book XIV. p. 365.
James Earl of Waldegrave, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Emperor of Germany.1,30000Quarter's ordinary, 1729–30, February 19 to 1730, May 21, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. pp. 235–6; Order Book XIV. p. 352; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 292.
40000Quarter's ordinary, 1729–30, February 19 to 1730, May 21, and extraordinaries detailed.Money Book XXXV. pp. 235–6; Order Book XIV. p. 352; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 292.
June 16Benjamin Lodington -95001730, Lady Day quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 236; Order Book XIV. p. 362.
John Russell, Consul at Tetuan.62100Same - -Ibid.
Charles Black, consul at Algiers.15000Same - -Ibid.
Charles Holzendorff -10000Same quarter for services performed and to be performed in foreign courts.Money Book XXXV. pp. 236–7; Order Book XIV. p. 363.
John Stanhope, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the States General.18000Same quarter's ordinary -Money Book XXXV. p. 237; Order Book, ibid.
Edmond Allen, Secretary at the Court of the King of Sardinia.18000Same - - -Ibid.
Benjamin Keene, Minister Plenipotentiary to His Catholic Majesty,27000Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinary.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 362.
12500Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinary.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 362.
George Woodward, Resident at the Court of the King of Poland.10000Extraordinaries, detailedMoney Book XXXV. p. 238; Order Book XIV. p. 360.
Sir Cyril Wich, Envoy to the Hanse Towns.27000 11730, Lady Day quarter's ordinary.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
Francis Colman, Resident at Florence.27000Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 239; Order Book XIV. p. 362.
10000Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 239; Order Book XIV. p. 362.
Wm. Lord Harrington, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress to be held at Cambray or elsewhere.1,30000Quarter's ordinary, 1729, December 26 to March 28.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 360.
Wm. Cayley, Consul at Madrid.50001730, Lady Day quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. p. 240; Order Book XIV. pp. 361–2.
Elizaeus Burgess, Resident with the Republic of Venice.27000Same and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
10000Same and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book, ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
Thos. Ward, Consul General of all Russia.10000Same quarter's ordinary -Ibid.
Claudius Rondeau, assistant to Ward.2500Same - - -Ibid.
June 16John Lord Glenorchy, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Denmark.27000Ordinary, 1730, Lady Day quarter, and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 241; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
10000Ordinary, 1730, Lady Day quarter, and extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 241; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
James Lord Tyrawley, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal.45000Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed.Order Book XIV. p. 360.
15000Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed.Order Book XIV. p. 360.
Walter Titley, Chargé d'Affaires, during Lord Glenorchy's absence from Denmark.18000Same quarter - -Money Book XXXV. p. 243; Order Book XIV. pp. 363–4.
Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Sweden.45000Same quarter's ordinary -Order Book XIV. p. 360.
John Anstis, Garter King of Arms.385170Fees and gratuities payable on the installation of Wm. Duke of Cumberland, and for printing the ceremonial for the direction of the officers.Order Book XIV. p. 352; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 352.
James Dayrolle, Resident with the States General of the United Provinces.270001730, Lady Day quarter's ordinary and extraordinary, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 234; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
150001730, Lady Day quarter's ordinary and extraordinary, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 234; Order Book XIV. p. 361.
June 18Sir Wm. Chapple, Thos. Martin, John Trevor, Henry Beeston, Richard Carter, John Verney, Welsh Judges.60000Trinity term salariesOrder Book XIV. p. 366.
Wm. Greenhalgh, Sheriff of Lancaster.8000Disbursement as sheriff -Ibid, p. 355.
Samuel Kent, same of Surrey.28000Same - -Ibid, p. 356.
Sir Matthew Decker, same.12000Same - -Ibid.
Sir John Napier, same of Bedford.4000Same - -Ibid, p. 357.
Robert Marwood, same of Devon.4000Same -Ibid.
Sydenham Williams, same of Dorset.8000Same - -Ibid.
June 22Nathaniel Cowdery, Register of Public Loans in office of Auditor of Receipt.121001730, Midsummer quarter's allowance.Ibid, p. 355.
June 23Paymaster of Exchequer bills.227,45711To pay off and discharge the principal remaining undischarged in Exchequer bills on malt 1728.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 287.
John Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.60,00000Service of that office -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 20.
June 24Lewis Harcourt, Sheriff of Brecon.20000Disbursement as sheriff -Money Book XXXV.p.255; Order Book XIV. p. 366.
John Arden, Sheriff of Stafford.4000Same - -Ibid.
June 24Thos. Sheppard, Sheriff of Northampton.4000Disbursement as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 255.
George Franckline, Sheriff of Bucks.8000SameIbid.
Samuel Shute, Chief Governor of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.40000Royal bounty -Order Book XIV. p. 354.
Royal Africa Company10,00000Towards maintenance of British forts and settlements.Ibid, p. 365; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 290.
South Sea Company71,22150One year, 1730, June 24 to 1731, June 24, on the principal sum of 1,746,844l. 8s. 10d. added to the capital stock of the Company by lottery tickets of 1710 taken into same by subscription.Money Book XXXV. p. 253.
Wm. Richards, gent.20000For Capt. Guy Dickins, for special services performed to His Majesty.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 353.
Augustus SchutzSums not exceeding 36,000l.Privy purse - -Ibid, p. 18; Order Book XIV. p. 365.
Thos. Missing - -3,9295Victualling Gibraltar, 1729, November 17, to 1729–30, January 11.King's Warrant Book XXX. pp. 18–9.
Richard Plummer711109Due at His late Majesty's demise on his allowance as a Commissioner of Trade.Money Book XXXV. p. 249; Order Book XIV. p. 358.
June 25John Selwyn,Treasurer to the Queen.1,667176Royal Princesses -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 287.
Hugh Howard, Paymaster of the Works.68000For Charles Bridgman and Charles Dartiquenaue.Ibid, p. 289.
Pattee Byng -140,845l. 10s. out of 140,900l. in Exchequer bills on malt duties, 1730, to be placed in the Teller's office.Navy services, detailedDisposition Book XXIX. p. 290.
Henry Fane -5000Sorting books, memorials, and papers in Treasury Office, 1729, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 79; Order Book XIV. p. 317; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 291.
Wm. Ireland - -25001729, Christmas quarter -Ibid.
Richard Andrews, Junior.371001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 80.
George Holmes2500Same - - - -Ibid; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 291.
June 25Sir Philip Ryley and Thos. Spence.50101730, Midsummer quarter,as Sergeants-at-Arms.Money Book XXXV. p. 80.
Robert Kilpatrick, a minister.2000Passage money to Newfoundland.Ibid, p. 89; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
Thos. Fleming, same -2000Same to the Leeward IslandsIbid.
Charles Valence Jones, Solicitor for the Treasury.50001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV.p.171; Order Book XIV. p. 318.
Wm. Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General.72000Ordinary for quarter ended 1730, Lady Day.Money Book XXXV.p.245; Order Book XIV. p. 360.
Officers at arms, viz. John Anstis, senior, John Anstis, junior, Garter King of Arms.5000Fees, 1730, Lady Day quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 271–2.
Knox Ward,Clarencieux2000-
Stephen Martin Leake, Norroy.2000- -
John Warburton, Somerset Herald.1368- -
Edward Stibbs, Chester Herald.1368- -
Charles Wyniates, Richmond Herald.1368- -
Philip Jones, York Herald.1368-
James Whorwood, Windsor Herald.1368-
Charles Greene, Lancaster Herald.1368-
Richard Mawson, Portcullis Pursuivant.1000-
James Green, Blue Mantle.1000-
Arthur Shepherd, Rouge Dragon.1000- - -
John Pomfret, Rouge Croix.1000- -
Lords of Treasury-2,000001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 277; Order Book XIV. p. 354.
Edward Milward -5001730, Lady Day quarter -Order Book XIV. p. 317.
John Lawton, senr.1000As Deputy Chamberlain of Exchequer.Ibid, p. 354.
Samuel Cranmer -50000Royal bountyIbid, p. 353.
John Hedges -2,00000Prince of WalesIbid.
South Sea Company -1,000,00000Redeeming annuities, &c. -Ibid, p. 359.
Wm. Townshend5897Necessaries delivered to Receipt of Exchequer.Ibid.
1,16900Necessaries delivered to Receipt of Exchequer.Ibid.
Richard Topham -371001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. pp. 82–3.
Thos. Thurkettle -1500Same - - -Ibid.
1500Same - - -Ibid.
Clerks of the Treasury187100Same - -Ibid.
June 25Thos. Mann el al. -127100Supplies and services of Treasury Office.Money Book XXXV. p. 86; Order Book XIV. p. 274.
John Beresford and others, clerks for making up books of the revenue.771001730, Midsummer quarterMoney Book XXXV. p. 87.
Edward Southwell,
James Vernon,
Robert Halas,
Temple Stanyan,
clerks of the Privy Council.
50000Salaries for half year ended 1726, Midsummer, and for attending the business relating to Trade and Plantations.Ibid, p. 248.
20000Salaries for half year ended 1726, Midsummer, and for attending the business relating to Trade and Plantations.Ibid, p. 248.
Charles Viscount Townshend, late a principal Secretary of State.2645Salary for 52 days, viz. 1730, March 25 to May 16, on which day he resigned the seals of the said office.Money Book XXXV. p. 251; Order Book XIV. p. 364.
Duke of Newcastle, one of the principal Secretaries of State.462100Salary 1730, Midsummer quarter.Ibid.
Joseph Lawson, Thos. De Critz, Benjamin Hall, Mark Delves, Thos.Sebastian Turst, Edward Horner, Thos. Coke, John Andrew Heyman.2506Quarter's salary due 1726, June 24, as sergeants at arms to the late King.Money Book XXXV. p. 254.
EachQuarter's salary due 1726, June 24, as sergeants at arms to the late King.Money Book XXXV. p. 254.
June 26Commissioners for Hackney Coaches.270100Salary and incidents for 1730, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, pp. 88, 250.
9644Salary and incidents for 1730, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, pp. 88, 250.
John Williams, Richard Aldworth, Edward Young, William Cleland, John Bromfield, Thos. Medlycott, Commissioners for Taxes.15000Salaries from same quarter -Ibid, p. 253; Order Book XIV. p. 368.
Lord Wilmington -123,527010½Army services, detailed -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 293.
Judges - -6,057100Trinity term salaries - -Ibid.
Paymaster of Works -45000For W Wm. Kent, “in full for his service and expence in repairing the cracks and restoring 15 ceilings at Windsor and one of the King's staircases at Windsor Castle from the top to the bottom.”Ibid, p. 294.
Charles Shales -23000Price of a ring for the Dey of Algiers.Order Book XIV. p. 363.
Walter Chetwynde -11,087156Midsummer quarter's pensions establishment.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 292.
Officers employed in Duties on Houses.677100Same quarter's salaryMoney Book XXXV. p. 110.
June 29Henry Pelham - -173,021140Service of forces, detailed -Disposition Book XXIX. pp. 288–9.