Warrants for the Payment of Money
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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1720, July-September', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 1: 1729-1730 (1897), pp. 575-592. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87320 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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1720, July–September

July 5Whitehall Preachers and others.187100Quarter ending July 5 -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 244.
July 6Bank of England1,8983One year's expenses of management to 1780, Midsummer.Order Book XIV. p. 205b.
July 6South Sea Company9,871110One year's expense of management.Order Book XIV. p. 205b.
July 11William Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.28000Disbursement as Under Sheriff.Ibid, p. 371.
July 13Heneage Walker453178Allowances, 1730, Trinity Term, &c.Ibid, p. 370.
Horace Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Most Christian King.867106Extraordinaries, detailed, 1729–30, March 11, to 1730, June 11.Money Book XXXV. p. 261; Order Book XIV. p. 368.
Samuel Gray - -3000Half-year due 1730, June 24Money Book XXXV. p. 133.
July 14Walter Chetwynd -4,295100French Protestants -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 294.
July 15Nathaniel Blackerby -18,00000Imprest for building new churches.Order Book XIV. p. 369.
Charles Wither -1,00000Mending roads, &c. Windsor Forest.Ibid, p. 368.
John Scrope -3,60000Secret serviceIbid; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 294.
Pattec Byng -38,91800Navy services; detailedDisposition Book XXIX. p. 295.
Commissioners of Taxes Treasurer of Chamber Alured Popple, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade.4118IncidentsIbid.
5,973411- -Ibid.
287100Quarter's allowance due 1730, June 24, for himself, deputy secretary, seven clerks, and others; also for incidents for said office.Money Book >XXXV. p. 267; Order Book XIV. p. 369.
252122Quarter's allowance due 1730, June 24, for himself, deputy secretary, seven clerks, and others; also for incidents for said office.Money Book >XXXV. p. 267; Order Book XIV. p. 369.
Clerk of the Pipe and the secondary and sworn clerks in that office, John Pottinger, Comptroller of the Pipe, John Smith and Wm. Leslie, Deputy Chamberlains for joining tallies.80124For one year due 1730, June 24.Money Book XXXV. p. 267b.
John Duke of MontaguSums not exceeding 20,000l.Service of the office of the Great Wardrobe.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 369.
Richard Edgecumbe or his assigns.2000For use of George and Wm. Wood and Francis Tuckfield, for apprehending Thos. Richards, alias Luggervan, for plundering the “Battle of Hastings” on the pier of St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall.Money Book XXXV. p. 268.
Captain Geo. Munro -20000Half-year's annuity due 1730, June 24.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 374.
Roe Port, Sheriff of Derby.4000Disbursement as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 256; Order Book XIV. p. 381.
Wm. Wells, Sheriff of Leicester.8000Same - -Ibid.
July 16Thomas Lowther50000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXV. p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 177.
Lionel Cranfield, Duke of Dorset.375001730, Midsummer quarter's fee as Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports.Money Book XXXV. p. 264.
Charles Lord Cornwallis, Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre south of the Trent.4161341730, Midsummer quarter's fees.Ibid, p. 264–5; Order Book XIV. p. 369; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 296.
Thos. Holles, Duke of Newcastle.3,00000Secret service -Money Book XXXV. p. 265.
Wm. Earl of Essex -100001730, Midsummer quarter's fee as Keeper of Hyde Park and for the under keepers and allowance for hay for deer and loss of herbage.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 371.
Lionel Cranfield, Duke of Dorset.275001730, Midsummer quarter's annuity.Money Book XXXV. p. 266; Order Book XIV. p. 372; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 298.
Wm. Earl of Essex, Chief Ranger of St. James's Park and Keeper of the Mall.22313Same quarter's fees for under keepers, feed of fish, fowl, and deer.Money Book XXXV. p. 266.
Duke of Grafton -75000Same quarter's pensionIbid, p. 267; Order Book XIV. p. 372.
Philip Earl of Chesterfield, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.1,30000Ordinary, 1729–30, March 10, to 1730, June 9.Money Book XXXV. p. 266; Order Book XIV. p. 369.
John Birch, appointed Fifth Baron of the Exchequer by letters patent of 1729, December 11.100l. per annumPrivy Seal dormant for salaryKing's Warrant Book XXX. p. 35.
July 17Dock Officers at Portsmouth.9400Refunding of taxes, paid 1727–9.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 298.
John Lord Hobart -187100Whitehall Preachers for quarter ending 1730, October 5.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 296.
July 18Thos. Holles, Duke of Newcastle, and Charles Viscount Townsend.1,17811Secret service - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 297.
July 20Wm. Lee, appointed one of the Justices of the King's Bench by letters patent of 1730, June 13.379145Salary to cover period from 1730, April 28, when Lee's predecessor, James Reynolds, was appointed Chief Baron of the Exchequer, loco Thos. Pengelly, deceased, to June 13; also salary to end of Trinity Term next.Money Book XXXV. pp. 270–1.
July 20Clerks of the Council -250001730, Midsummer quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 179; Order Book XIV. p. 328.
100001730, Midsummer quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXV. p. 179; Order Book XIV. p. 328.
Horatio Walpole, Cofferer.27,45500His Majesty's Household -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 297.
Earl of Warwick -200001730, Midsummer quarterMoney Book XXXV. p. 18.
Duke of St. Albans34326Same - -Ibid, p. 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
25000Same - -Ibid, p. 57; Order Book XIV. p. 264.
Wm. Harvey, Sheriff of York.130130Overpayment in account -Order Book XIV. p. 380.
Edward Wilson, Sheriff of Stafford.27127Same -Ibid.
July 22Augustus Schutz -1,125170Office of Robes to 1730, Midsummer.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 37; Order Book XIV. p. 372; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 270.
John Hedges -2,00000Prince of Wales -Order Book XIV. p. 353; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 298.
Francis Earl of Godolphin, Groom of the Stole.1,000001730, Midsummer quarterMoney Book XXXV. p. 269; Order Book XIV. p. 373; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 301.
Twelve gentlemen of the Bedchamber.25000SameIbid.
each.
Eight grooms of the Bedchamber.12500Same -Ibid.
each.
Heirs of Nicholas Yates.2500For same quarter on a perpetuity granted by Charles II.Money Book XXXV. pp. 21, 272.
Thos. Lord Trevor, late President of the Privy Council.4501011¾Forty-one days as President, 1729, May 8, the day he entered on said office to June 19 following, the day he died.Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 378.
John Lethieullier, Remembrancer of the City of London.96120For Sir Richard Brocas, Lord Mayor, and 31 other officers of the City.Money Book XXXV. pp. 272–3; Order Book XIV. p. 379.
Robert Lord Walpole, Ranger and Keeper of Richmond Forest.88160Himself and under keepers for half year ended 1730, Midsummer.Money Book XXXV. pp. 131, 275; Order Book XIV. p. 383.
Anthony Cracherode -1,00000Crown Law expenses -Money Book XXXV. p. 48; Order Book XIV. p. 374.
July 23Dr. Exton Sayer -21196Salary, 1730, May 15, to June 24.Order Book XIV. p. 375.
July 23-5881730, Midsummer quarter's incidents bill for Duties on Houses.Money Book XXXV. p. 285.
-3751730, same quarter's incidents bill for Commissioners for Taxes.Ibid, p. 274.
Hugh Howard -10,1691511¾Same quarter's ordinary and extraordinary expenditure of Board of Works.Ibid, p. 299.
Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House of Commons.50000Fee, 1730, April 1, to July 20King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 37; Order Book XIV. p. 378.
Gustavus Thompson, Sheriff of Cumberland.63171Overpayment in account as sheriff.Order Book XIV. p. 380.
Thos. Bushell - -5630Same for Worcestershire -Ibid.
Wm. Chamberlain -1320Same for Warwickshire -Ibid.
July 24Pattee Byng -126,80600Naval services, detailedDisposition Book XXIX. p. 300.
July 25Thos. Diggs, Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat.17210Allowance, 1729, May 14, to 1730, March 25.Order Book XIV. p. 383.
Charles Sybourg, Lieutenant Governor of Nevis.30000Same for year ended 1729, Christmas.Ibid, p. 376.
July 27Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.5000One year's salary to Edmund Britiffe, Chief Clerk to Lord Hobart.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 39.
Henry Bendish40000Royal bounty -Ibid, p. 40.
Charles Hatton -40000Same -Ibid.
Wm. Richards -2,40000Same -Ibid; Order Book XIV. pp. 374, 376.
[or 1,81400]
Thos. Missing - -6,034158Victualling Gibraltar, 1729–30, January 12 to 1730, April 5.Money Book XXXV. pp. 41–3.
July 28Henry de Nassau, Lord Auverquerque.1,80000Arrear due 1730, Lady Day, on the annuity of 2,000l. granted by William III.Ibid, p. 275–6.
John Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.Sums not
exceeding
60,000l.
Service of his office - -Ibid, p. 276; Order Book XIV. p. 381.
Wm. Lord Harrington, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress at Soissons.80000Two bills of extraordinaries, detailed.Money Book XXXV. p. 282; Order Book XIV. p. 377; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 302.
Charles Duke of St. Albans, Constable of Windsor Castle and Warden of the Forest.2681411¾Keepers and Officers of Windsor Forest for half year due 1730, June 24.Money Book XXXV. p. 281; Order Book XIV. p. 382.
Stephen Poyntz, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Congress to be holden at Soissons.87100Extraordinaries 1730, Lady Day quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 284; Order Book XIV. p. 377.
John White, late Sheriff of Derby.1745Overpayment in account as sheriff.Money Book XXXV. p. 16.
July 28Wm. Greenhalgh, Sheriff of Lancaster.7406Overpayment in account as sheriff.Money Book XXXV. p. 16; Order Book XIV. p. 395.
John Tyler, late Sheriff of Hereford.74104Same -Ibid.
Sir Richard Brocas and Richard Levet, late Sheriffs of London and Middlesex.45889Same - -Ibid.
July 29Wm. Watkins, Keeper of His Majesty's Private Roads, and Guide of His Royal Person, &c.4854Half year ended 1730, June 24Money Book XXXV. p. 277; Order Book XIV. p. 381.
John Scrope4,60000Secret serviceOrder Book XIV. p. 375; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 302.
Wm. Lord Harrington, one of the principal Secretaries of State.19841730, May 16 to June 24, on his fee of 1,850l. in that capacity.Money Book XXXV. p. 283; Order Book XIV. p. 378.
Same3,00000Secret service -Order Book XIV. p. 377.
John Tysoe2,53776Plate for Jewel Office, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Ibid, p. 375.
Henry Bendish -40000Royal bounty -Ibid.
Earl of Sutherland -300001730, Midsummer quarter's annuity.Money Book XXXV. p. 184; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 297.
John James Heidegger1,00000Royal bounty to the undertakers of the Opera.Order Book XIV. p. 376.
July 30Henry Pelham -31,726 8 1½
out of 31,800l.
in Exchequer Bills to be placed in the Teller's Office.
Chelsea Hospital and pay of Hessians.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 300.
Treasurer of the Chamber.4,7691410Accounts detailed -Ibid, p. 303.
Aug. 1James Dayrolle, Resident with the States General.15000Extraordinaries, 1730, June 11, to September 11.Money Book XXXV. pp. 367–9.
Sir Cyril Wich, Envoy Extraordinary to the Hanse Towns.17500Same for quarter ended 1730, June 22.Ibid, pp. 369–70.
Augustus Schutz3,00000Privy Purse - - -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 303.
Aug. 3Henry Thompson, Under keeper of New Lodge Walk in Waltham Forest.Part of 90l.His Majesty's share of fine levied on deer stealers.Money Book XXXV. p. 320.
Aug. 4John Jacob80000Royal bounty - -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 51; Order Book XIV. p. 384.
Aug. 4Thos. Lowther50000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXV. p. 17; Order Book XIV. p. 156; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 303.
Aug. 5Christopher Rhodes, Secretary to the Managers of the Lotteries, 1711–4, and Secretary and Commissioner combined, 1713–4, February 24, to 1723, July 23.1,02300Salary -Money Book XXXV. pp. 310–1.
Sir Philip Yorke, Attorney General.10500One year's allowance for attendance on the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations.Ibid, p. 286–7; Order Book XIV. p. 384.
Charles Talbot, Solicitor General.10500Same - -Money Book XXXV. p. 286–7.
Sir Philip Yorke -8168Year's salary -Ibid, p. 287.
Solicitor General -7000Same -Ibid.
James Earl of Waldegrave, late Ambassador, etc. to Emperor of Germany.44217Ordinary, 1730, May 21, to June 22, the date of his removal to be Ambassador at Paris.Money Book XXXV. pp. 287–9; Order Book XIV. p. 384.
Aug. 6Same; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Most Christian King.1,50000Equipage and ordinary to commence from 1730, June 22.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 58; Money Book XXXV. p. 287; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 304.
Henry Pelham -20,00000Part of the 241,259l. 1s. 3d. granted for the Hessians upon account from 1730, June 25.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 304.
Aug. 8Robert Johnson30000Entertainment of Cherokee Chiefs.Order Book XIV. p. 385.
Mons. Decloires -30000Bringing the congratulations of the Grand Seignior on the King's accession.Ibid.
Aug. 10John Lord Glenorchy, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Denmark.27300Ordinary for quarter from 1730, June 25.Money Book XXXV. p. 289; Order Book XIV. pp. 389–391; Disposition Book XIX. p. 305.
Walter Titley, Chargé d'Affaires with same.18200Same - -Ibid.
Lord Tyrawley, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal.45500Same for 1730, June 24 quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 289–90; Order Book XIV. p, 386.
Aug. 10Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary to King of Sweden.45500Ordinary for 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXIX. p. 290; Order Book XIV. p. 386.
Richard Sutton, same to King of Prussia.45500Same - -Ibid.
Sir Cyril Wich, Envoy to Hanse Towns.27300Same -Ibid.
Benjamin Keene, Resident with the Catholic King, and as Consul General at Madrid.27300Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 291; Order Book XIV. p. 387.
15000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 291; Order Book XIV. p. 387.
Francis Colman, His Majesty's Resident in Florence.27300Same -Ibid.
James Dayrolle, same with the States General.27300Same, and extraordinaries -Money Book XXXV. pp. 291–2; Order Book XIV. p. 386.
15000Same, and extraordinaries -Money Book XXXV. pp. 291–2; Order Book XIV. p. 386.
Stephen Poyntz, Ambassador, &c. at Soissons.1,30000Three months' ordinary, ended 1730, June 22.Ibid.
George Woodward, Resident with the King of Poland.273001730, Midsummer quarter's ordinary.Money Book XXXV. pp. 292–3; Order Book XIV. p. 387.
Thos. Robinson, late Secretary at the Court of France.7400Ordinary, 1730, March 25, to May 1, the day of his ceasing that employment.Money Book XXXV. p. 293; Order Book XIV. p. 388.
Charles Holzendorff -100001730, June 24 quarter, for services in foreign Courts.Ibid.
Charles Black, Consul General at Algiers.15000Same quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 294; Order Book XIV. p. 387.
Wm. Cayley, Consul at Cadiz.5000Same - -Ibid.
John Russell, Consul General at Tetuan.62100Same - -Ibid.
Thos. Ward, Consul General of all Russia.10000Same -Ibid.
Claudius Rondeau, Assistant to Ward.2500Same - -Ibid.
Elizaeus Burgess, Resident at Venice.27300Same - -Ibid.
John Stanhope, Secretary to Extraordinary Embassy to the States General.18200Same -Money Book XXXIX. p. 295; Order Book XIV. p. 388.
Aug. 10Edmund Allen, secretary at Turin.18200Ordinary, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 295; Order Book XIV. p. 388.
Thos. Pelham, secretary to the Congress at Soissons.18200Same - -Ibid.
Aug. 11John Osborne13330Governing Montserrat, 1728, September 12, to 1729, May 14.Order Book XIV. p. 385.
-117147Incidents and salary bill, Wine Licence Office, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 316 and p. 81.
577100Incidents and salary bill, Wine Licence Office, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 316 and p. 81.
577100Salary bill to same for 1730, Lady Day quarter.Ibid, p. 81.
- -48611Incidents to same for same quarter.Ibid.
Aug. 12Commissioners of Trade1,9991911½1730, Midsummer quarter -Order Book XIV. p. 390.
Wm. Lee, Justice of King's Bench.379145Fee from date of letters patent, 1730, April 28, to June 13.Ibid, p, 391.
James Earl of Waldegrave.2,80000Equipage and ordinary from June 22, 1730.Ibid, p. 389.
Bank of England -14,623170For circulating 2,168,800l. in Exchequer bills for quarter ended 1730, July 24.Money Book XXXV. p. 201; Order Book XIV. p. 403.
Reverend Thomas Harward, lecturer.2000Passage money to New England.Money Book XXXV. p. 89; Order Book XIV. p. 311.
Admiralty clerks -137134Refunding taxes -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 299.
Grey Longueville, Gloucester King of Arms.4000One year, due 1730, June 24Money Book XXXV. p. 316.
Anthony Cracherode -1,50000Crown Law charges -Money Book XXXV. p. 48; Order Book XIV. p. 374; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 309.
Wm. Cowper, Esq. Knight Harbinger.481681730, Midsummer quarterIbid, p. 64.
Earl of Denbigh -15000Same - - -Ibid.
Sir Charles Hotham, Minister at the Court at Berlin.263112Extraordinaries, 1729–30, February 9, to 1730, May 8.Money Book XXXV. pp. 295–6; Order Book XIV. p. 389.
Lord Glenorchy, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark.10000Extraordinaries, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 296; Order Book XIV. p. 396.
Aug.1George Woodward, Resident with the King of Poland.40000Extraordinaries, 1730, June 24 quarter, inter al.: “For disbursements for the camp of Muhberg (‘Muhlenburg’) and attending his Polish Majesty there.”Money Book XXXV. p. 297.
John Birch, Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Part ofSalary due from 1729, December 11.Ibid, p. 298; Order Book XIV. p. 393; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 310.
10000
Same10000Warrant dormant for salaries, fees, &c.Ibid.
16134Warrant dormant for salaries, fees, &c.Ibid.
1368Warrant dormant for salaries, fees, &c.Ibid.
100 marksWarrant dormant for salaries, fees, &c.Ibid.
100 marksWarrant dormant for salaries, fees, &c.Ibid.
James and Arthur Moore.1,50000Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 299; Order Book XIV. p. 398.
Aug. 13Wm. Reid, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli.38000Warrant dormant for salary from July 10.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 59; Order Book XIV. p. 398; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 310.
per annum.
Aug. 15South Sea Company -833,21470Year's annuity, 1730, June 24, to 1731, June 24.Order Book XIV. p. 397.
Bank of England60,00000Same - -Ibid.
Aug. 16Hugh Howard, Register of papers and records at Whitehall.40001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 231.
John Rolles, chief engraver of royal seals, stamps and arms.12100Same quarter's salary -Ibid, p. 317.
Francis Wyndham5000Same quarter's pension -Ibid, p. 316.
John Duke of Montagu, Grand Master of the Order of the Bath.12500Same quarter for officers of said order.Ibid, p. 317.
Sergeants at - Arms Joseph Lawson, Sebastian Turst, Benjamin Hall, Thos. Coke, John Andrew Heymans, Thos. Wilkins, Edw Horner, Wm. Sherd.2506Same quarter's fee of 3s. per day and 2s. 6d. for board wages.Ibid, p. 318.
each
Aug. 17Francis Cudworth Masham, Foreign Opposer in the Exchequer.1000Same quarter's salary -Money Book XXXV. p. 312; Order Book XIV. p. 398.
James Earl of Berkeley, Constable of Dean Forest.52100Conservator and under keepers for same quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 315; Order Book XIV. p. 400.
Aug. 17Sir Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher Black Rod.200001780, Midsummer quarter's allowance.Money Book XXXV. p. 313; Order Book XIV. p. 400.
Richard Viscount Castlemaine, warden of Waltham Forest.67100Rangers, keepers, &c. of said forest.Money Book XXXV. p. 314; Order Book XIV. p. 399.
J. Pitt, Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Bermudas.8500Same quarter's allowancesIbid.
Aug. 18John Hedges -2,00000Prince of WalesOrder Book XIV. p. 353; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 309.
Heirs of Colonel Fairfax.25001730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 54.
George Middleton, of London, goldsmith.150001730, June 24 quarter, to be paid to persons nominated by John Earl of Sutherland, &c. ut supra, p. 288.Ibid, pp. 299–300; Order Book XIV. p. 394.
John Earl of Crawford-12500Same quarter's pensionMoney Book XXXV. p. 300; Order Book XIV. p. 392.
Simon Lord Lovat -10000Same - -Ibid.
John Lord Ballenden -10000Same -Ibid.
Alexander Lord Elibank.5000Same -Ibid.
George Lord Reay -5000Same -Ibid.
Allan Lord Cathcart -5000Same -Ibid.
Charles Lord Elphinstone.7500Same - -Ibid.
Dr. Andrew St. Clair -5000Same -Ibid.
Stephen John Campbell.2500Same - -Ibid.
Wm. Maxwell - -2500Same -Ibid.
Lieutenant Lawrence Drummond.2500Same - -Ibid.
Janet Smith, widow -2500SameIbid.
Wm. Earl of Home -2500Same -Ibid.
George Lord Mordington.2500Same -Ibid.
James Earl of Kircudbright.2500Same -Ibid.
David Earl of Buchan -20000Same quarter as a Commissioner of Police, Scotland.Money Book XXV. p. 301; Order Book XIV. p. 392.
Charles Earl of Lauderdale.20000SameIbid.
James Earl of Hyndford.20000SameIbid.
Thos. Earl of Haddington.20000Same -Ibid.
Aug. 18James Lord Torpichen200001730, June 24 quarter, as Commissioner of Police, Scotland.Money Book XXXV. p. 301; Order Book XIV. p. 392.
Alexander Hay -10000Same -Ibid.
Charles Erskine -10000Same -Ibid.
David Haldane -10000Same - - -Ibid.
Wm. Lord Byron -25000Same quarter's annuity -Money Book Ibid.
Thos. Walker5000Same - - -Ibid, p. 53.
Edward Stables, Clerk of the House of Commons.1000For year ending 1730, June 24.Ibid, p. 311.
University of Cambridge.1368Divinity lecture perpetuity for same year.Ibid, p. 312.
University of Oxford -1000Henry Seventh's perpetuity for a preacher.Ibid.
Sir Patrick Johnston -371001735, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. pp. 302–3; Order Book XIV. p. 393.
Martha Johnston, widow.12100Same -Ibid.
Dr. Francis Dickens, Professor and Reader of Civil Laws, Cambridge.10001730, Midsummer quarter's salary.Money Book XXXV. p. 303.
Dr. Green, same in Physic, Cambridge.1000Same - -Ibid
Dr. James Bourchier, same in Civil Laws, Oxford.1000Same -Ibid.
Dr. James Woodford, same in Physic, Oxford.127Salary from 1729–30, February 27, date of his patent, to June 24.Ibid.
Leonard Thompson, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer.6421One year due 1730, June 24.Ibid.
John Pottinger, Comptroller of the Pipe.4000Same - -Ibid, p. 304.
The two Secondaries in same office.2000Same - - -Ibid.
Charles Wither, Surveyor of His Majesty's woods north and south of the Trent.10000Same -Ibid.
Treasurer of Christ's Hospital.370100Same, on an annuity granted to the Mayor, &c. of London for that foundation.Ibid.
James Earl of Findlater and Seafield.500001730, June 24 quarter's pension.Ibid, p. 302.
Earl of Loudoun -50000Same -Ibid.
Captain George Munro10000Same - -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 394.
Executors of Roger Burgoyne, late Clerk of Estreats in the Common Pleas.151810¾1728, June 24, to 1729, April 12, date of death.Money Book XXXV. p. 313.
£s.d.
Aug. 18University of Oxford -1368Lady Margaret Divinity Lecture for one year, due 1730, June 24.Money Book XXXV. p. 305.
Churchwardens of St. Magnus parish.2148Relief of poor for same year -Ibid.
Churchwardens of St. John Baptist.7134SameIbid.
Thomas Bishop of Bangor.3768Same year's fee as Master of the Temple.Ibid, p. 306.
Nathaniel Blackerby, His Majesty's housekeeper at Westminster.926Same year's patent fee at 6d. per day.Ibid.
Charles Earl of Arran -568Same year's fee as Ranger of Bagshot Park.Ibid
Master and Fellows of Emmanuel College.16134Same year's perpetuityIbid, p. 307.
Churchwardens of St. Botolph, London.700Same year's perpetuity for relief of poor.Ibid.
Same of Si. Michael, Cornhill.1240Same -Ibid.
Vicar of the Tower, London.6134Same year's perpetuityIbid, p. 308.
Vicars of Cathedral Church of Lichfield.1500Same -Ibid.
Dean and Chapter of same.1000Same -Ibid.
Schoolmaster of Southwell, in Nottinghamshire.1000Same -Ibid, p. 309.
Cambridge University -1000Henry VII.'s perpetuity for a preacher.Ibid.
Same -1000Same -Ibid.
Henry Duke of Kent -50000Midsummer quarter's annuityIbid, p. 51; Order Book XIV. p. 309.
John Inglis, Marshall2500Same -Money Book
of the Ceremonies.3068Same -XXXV. p. 56.
Corporation of Berwick.2500Same -Ibid, p. 58.
Jane Kien -7500Same -Ibid, p. 53.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100Same -Ibid, p. 58.
George Turbill, Keeper of Records, &c. relating to forfeited estates, England.5000Same -Ibid, p. 61; Order Book XIV. p. 395.
Ministers of Isle of Man.2500Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 56.
Daniel Graham28150Same -Ibid, p. 57.
Master of the Ceremonies,5000Same -Ibid, p. 54.
Sir Clement Cotterell.2500Same -Ibid, p. 54.
Richard Bentley, Keeper of His Majesty's Libraries.5000SameIbid, p. 53.
Corporation of Lyme Regis.2500SameIbid, p. 55; Order Book XIV. p. 394.
Same of Dartmouth -1000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 55.
£s.d.
Aug. 18John Cooke, Esq. Clerk241341730, Midsummer quarterMoney Book
of Foreign Estreats.[? or 1368]1730, Midsummer quarterXXXV. p. 55; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Marmaduke Lilly and John Allen, Apothecaries to His Majesty's household.26134Half a year, due 1730, Midsummer.Money Book XXXV. p.166.
Edward Harley3368Same -Ibid, p. 161.
Samuel Lord Masham, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer.27188Same -Ibid, p. 167.
Earl of Harborough -5000Half a year, due 1730, June 24.Ibid, p. 60.
David Casley, deputy keeper of the Cotton Library.4100Same -Ibid, p. 168; Order Book XIV. p. 168.
Dean and Chapter of Westminster.3000French Ministers of the Savoy.Money Book XXXV. p.169.
Charles Fitzroy, keeper of His Majesty's tennis courts.6008Half year, dae 1730, June 24Ibid.
Under keepers of Cranborne Chase.1000Half year, due 1730, March 24Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Henry Holt Henley, Clerk of the Pipe.53121Half year, due 1730, Midsummer.Money Book XXXV. p. 171; Order Book XIV. p. 233.
Officers of the Ordnance.2311510Same -Money Book XXXV p. 172.
Thos. Foley, an Auditor of Imprests.3368Same -Ibid, p. 160.
Henry Masterman, Clerk of the Crown.2500Same -Ibid, p. 148.
Aug. 19Wm. Emerson, keeper of the gate in Hyde Park.4000Watering road from the paddock to Kensington Palace, 1726, summer season.Ibid, p. 310; Order Book XIV. p. 401.
Wm. Reed, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli.9500Quarter's advance of salary -Money Book XXXV. p. 314.
Anthony Cracherodc -1,20000Crown law expenses -Ibid, p. 48; Order Book XIV. p. 374; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 309.
Duke of Montagu3,62324Great Wardrobe, 1730, June 24 quarter.Disposition Book XXIX. p. 308.
Wm. Lee and others -4,7593-Ibid.
Henry Pelbam -100,722148Services of forces, detailed -Ibid, p. 309.
Edward Salter and John Spencer, Keepers of the Council Chamber.221501730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV.p.61: Order Book XIV. p. 318.
18501730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV.p.61: Order Book XIV. p. 318.
Thos. Jenkins, Sheriff of Salop.141Overpayment as sheriff -Order Book XIV p. 380.
Aug. 20Wm. Earl of Denbigh -150001780, Midsummer quarter's annuity.Order Book XIV. p. 269.
John Scrope -3,67100Secret serviceIbid, p. 396; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 308.
Dr. Exton Sayer -21196-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 308.
Aug. 24Officers of Board of Works.15212Half-year ended 1729, Christmas.Money Book XXX V.p. 159.
Aug. 25Win. Finch, Envoy, &c. to States General.728001730, June 24 quarterOrder Book XIV. p. 401.
Aug. 26John Baskett -2,82202In full of 4,822^. due 1726, June 24.Money Book XXXV. p. 318; Order Book, ibid.
George Cholmondeley, Esq. commonly called Viscount Malpas.7520To discharge a surplus due to him as Master of Robes to George I. 1726, July 18 to December 25.Money Book XXXV.p.319; Order Book XIV. p. 406.
Aug. 27Sir Robert Corbet, et al.6,02568To be repaid in discharge of insuper.Order Book XIV. p. 402.
John Pine -10000Royal gift for his book entitled “Procession of the Knights of the Bath.”Ibid; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 310.
Commissioners for Taxes.375Incidents, 1730, June 24 quarter.Order Book XIV. p. 402.
Thomas Lowther -50000His Majesty's service -Ibid, p. 156.
Heneage Walker -453178-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 310.
Aug. 31Charles Wither -1,00000Imprests for levelling, &c. roads in Windsor ForestOrder Book XIV. p. 403; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 310.
[August]John Piggott, Sheriff of Somerset.16000Disbursements as sheriff -Money Book XXX V.p. 256;Order Book XIV. p. 408.
Sheriff of Warwick -4000SameIbid.
Maudistley Best, Sheriff of Kent.12000Same -Ibid.
Sept. 1Charles de Sailly20000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 65; Order Book XIV. p. 403.
Privy Purse3,00000-Disposition Book XXIX. p. 311.
Sir Eichard Brocas, and Richard Levet, Sheriffs of London and Middlesex.45889Overpayment as sheriffs -Order Book XIV. p. 380.
John Tyler, Sheriff of Hereford.74104Same -Ibid.
Sept. 3Daniel Prevereau11176For French courier who brought news of the Dauphin's birth.Ibid; p. 403; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 311.
Melchior Guy Dickens, Secretary at the Court of Prussia.18200Three months' ordinary from 1730, June 22.Ibid.
Sept. 7Wm. Richards, gent.1,00000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 70; Order Book XIV. p. 404.
Sept. 8John Ward, Sheriff of Northampton.12000Disbursements as sheriff -Money Book XXXV. p. 256.
Sept. 9Robert Johnson, Governor of South Carolina.40000Entertaining seven Cherokee Indians.Order Book XIV. p. 404.
Christopher Tilson50000Royal bounty towards repairing parish church of Kingston-on-Thames.Ibid.
Monseigneur Schultenheilm.22236A present from His MajestyIbid, p. 405.
Sir Charles Wager -53480A present to the Dcy of TunisIbid.
Horace Walpole27310Arrears in office of Cofferer of Household due to Wm. Wateridge for tallow candles, &c.Disposition Book XXIX. pp. 312–3.
Sept. 16Pattee Byng -25,13300Navy services, detailed -Ibid, p. 312.
Officers of Post Office, General and Penny.2,151150Salaries, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 355–7.
529145Salaries, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. pp. 355–7.
Post Office -1,551106Incidents for 1730, Lady Day quarter.Ibid, pp. 358–9.
Edward Byam, Lieutenant Governor of Antigua.20000One year due, 1730, July 28 -Order Book XIV. p. 406.
Horatio Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Most Christian King.1,30000Ordinary, 1730, June 7, to September 6.Money Book XXXV. p, 319; Order Book XIV. p. 406.
Sept. 17Edward Finch, Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Sweden.38000Extraordinaries, 1729–30, January 13 to July 13.Money Book XXXV. pp. 320–1; Order Book XIV. p. 407.
Sept. 22Henry Pelham -40,00000Hessian troopsDisposition Book XXIX. p. 313.
in Exchequer bills.
Sept. 23John Scrope -7,60000Secret service -Order Book XIV. p. 396; Disposition Book, ibid.
John Hedges2,00000Prince of Wales -Order Book XIV. p. 407; Disposition Book ibid.
Sept. 27Sir Theodore Janssen -13000Royal bounty to John Walton.King's Warrant Book XXX. pp. 77–8.
1670Royal bounty to John Walton.King's Warrant Book XXX. pp. 77–8.
Sept. 29Philip Earl of Chesterfield, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.1,300001730, June 9 to September 8Money Book XXXV. p. 336; Order Book XIV. p. 409.
Sept. 29Elizaeus Burgess, Resident with the Republic of Venice.10000Extraordinaries, 1730, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXV. p. 336.
Thos. Pelham, Secretary to the Congress at Soissons.10000Same in same quarter -Ibid; Order Book XIV. p. 409.
Richard Edgcumbe -16000Peter Crapp and others, reward for arresting Thos. Harris.Money Book XXXV. p. 337.
Edward Watson -20000Royal bounty - -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 75;Order Book XIV. p. 409.
John Shepherd -30000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 76; Disposition Book XXIX. p. 814.
Thos. Pelham, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the Most Christian King.Privy Seal for Ordinary of 40s. per day.From September 14, on which date his ordinary as secretary at the Congress is to cease.King's Warrant Book XXX. p. 87.
Sept. 30Treasurer of the Chamber.10000Foreign messengers -Disposition Book XXIX. p. 316.
John Selwyn, Treasurer to the Queen.1,667176Established allowances for Princesses Royal, Amelia, and Caroline, and their servants, &c.Ibid, p. 313.
Thos. Thurkettle -16341730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. pp. 82–5.
16341730, Midsummer quarter -Money Book XXXV. pp. 82–5.
Clerks of the Treasury187100Same -Ibid.
Thos. Mann, et al. -127100Same -Ibid, p. 86; Order Book XIV. p. 274.
John Beresford and others, clerks for making up books of the revenue.77100Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 87.
Chancellor of the Exchequer.40000Same -Ibid, pp. 78–9; Order Book XIV. p. 317.
Henry Fane, appointed to sort Treasury Records.5000Same -Money Book XXXV. p. 79; Order Book, ibid.
William Ireland -2500Same for extraordinary services in office of Auditor of Receipt.Ibid.
Richard Andrews, junr. Solicitor for His Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer.37100Same - - -Money Book XXXV. p. 80.
George Holmes, gent. -2500Same - -Ibid.
Sir Philip Ryly and Thos. Spence.5370Same - -Ibid.
Dowgal Cuthbert -2,00000Purchase of Cuthbert's reversion of the Wardenship of the Fleet.Ibid, p. 337; Order Book XIV. p. 417.
James Gambier50000Purchase of Cuthbert's reversion of the Wardenship of the Fleet.Ibid, p. 337; Order Book XIV. p. 417.
Paymasters of Exchequer bills.90000Discharging Exchequer billsMoney Book XXXV. p. 338.
Sept. 30Bank of England -509Premios on Exchequer bills -Money Book XXXV. p. 338.
Thos. Holies, Duke of Newcastle, and Lord Harrington.4621001730, Michaelmas quarter, as Secretaries of State.Ibid, p. 339.
each.
Officers and clerks of Tally Court.92120For levying 926 tallies of loan from 1729, September 29, to 1730, September 29.Ibid, p. 338; Order Book XIV. p. 412.
Commissioners of Hackney Coaches.16566Incidents for 1730, Michaelmas quarter.Money Book XXXV.p.342.
Wm. Tims, Under Sheriff of London and Middlesex.4000Disbursement as under sheriffIbid, p. 257.
Nathaniel Cowdery, Keeper of Register of Public Loans in Office of Auditor of Receipt.121001730, Michaelmas quarter -Order Book XIV. p. 355.
John Lawton, Senior Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer.1000Same -Ibid, p. 354.
Lords of the Treasury -2,000001730, Michaelmas quarter -Money Book XXXV. p. 277.
Horatio Walpole, Surveyor and auditor of His Majesty's Revenues in America.12500Half-year due, 1730, September 29.Order Book XIV. p. 407.