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'Register of Papers, Petitions, Reports etc: 1702, July', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17: 1702 (1939), pp. 462-485. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87389 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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1702, July

July 1.Rosicleer Arscot [petition read]. It cannot be done. (Ibid., p. 1.)
Arthur Annesley [petition read]. To be continued at Bristol. (Ibid.)
Richard Acton [petition read]. Speak to my Lord Ranelagh about this. (Ibid.)
Tho[mas] Adams [petition read]. Ref[erred] to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
The Lord High Admiral's memorial [is read] for applying 13600l. in the hands of the Navy Treasurer for Half Pay to Flag Officers et al., to [be placed to] the head of the Navy [Wages]. [Write a] letter to the Navy Board to state the matter of fact. (Ibid.)
Capt. John Brook [petition read:] my Lord Halifax to report what is done. (Ibid., p. 2.)
Ellen de Courey [petition read]. There can be nothing done in it. (Ibid., p. 3.)
Adam Cardonell [his] letter [is read] con[cerning] Collins the messenger. To be paid half a year [on his] salary and 100l. on his bills. (Ibid.)
Alexander Carnegie [petition read]. He is in the Establishment. (Ibid.)
Walter De la Mer [petition read]. Re[ferred to the] Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Ibid., p. 4.
Keepers of Dean Forest [petition read]. Two years to be paid in the usual manner. (Ibid.)
John Drew [petition read]. Re[ferred to] Mr. Ryley. (Ibid.)
The widows and children of the French Officers [petition read]. There can be no alteration in the settlement of this matter [which was agreed] with my Lord Coningsby when he was in town. (Ibid., p. 6.)
Ann Fitzharris [petition read]: to see when she was paid anywhere. (Ibid.)
July 1.Alexander Goodall [petition read]. R[eferred to] Lord Halifax [Auditor of the Receipt]. (Ibid., p. 7.)
Robert Graham [petition read]. R[eferred to the Earl of] Ranelagh. Ibid.
Tho. Gill [petition read]. It cannot be granted. Ibid.
— Gilliver [petition read]. Send this to Mr. Borrett to enquire and report the fact with his opinion. (Ibid.)
Rich. Green [petition read]. The Commissioners of Prizes to find such coopers as they please. (Ibid.)
Gabr. Granvale et al [petition read]. R[eferred to the Earl of] Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
Five poor gentlemen late of the Second Troop of Guards [their petition read]. Speak with my Lord Ranelagh. July 3. Read: Lord Ranelagh [being] present. There is no fund for pensions since the Peace. (Ibid.)
Capt. Jos. Hill [petition read]. It cannot be done. (Ibid., p. 8.)
Peter Humes [petiton read]. Receive the good[s] his lordship will deliver and if his lordship will keep any the right must be tried at law. None can be accepted as a present. (Ibid.)
Haynes and Rich [their petition read]: My Lord [Treasurer] conceives he has no authority for this. (Ibid.)
The Doorkeepers of the House of Peers [their petition read. They are ordered] to be paid this year as the last. (Ibid.)
Bernard Halfpenny [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
The Earl of Holderness, bailiff and steward of the Liberty of Richmond Co. York [petition read]. Ordered [a grant] during pleasure. (Ibid.)
Memorial of the mo[ney] left in Mr. Herne's hands in the office of Mr. Howard. Send a copy of this to Mr. Herne and know if this money or any part of it be in his hand. (Ibid.,)
Mr. Ireton [his] account [is read] of horses bought for the King of the Romans. [No minute hereon.] (Ibid., p. 9.)
William Jones [petition read]. Referred to the Commissioners of Salt Duties. (Ibid.)
Jewel Office cert[ificate]. Send this to the Greencloth. (Ibid.)
Ralph Kentish [petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid., p. 10.)
The executors of Dame Jane Lane [their petition read]. This was formerly answered. (Ibid., p. 11.)
July 1.Louise de Launay [petition read]. She must apply to the Colonel. (T. 4/15., p. 11.)
Cha. Leighton [petition read]. There is no vacancy. (Ibid.)
The bishop of Llandaff [petition read]. It is not advisable to grant or discharge the Tenths. (Ibid.)
Antoine Astor de Lauzaz [petition read]. It cannot be done. (Ibid.)
William Lavender [petition read]. Refer a new petition for this to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
Geo. Long [petition read]. R[eferred to the] Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
Eliza Acere De Marmande [petition read]. The Queen has given no direction for such pensions. (Ibid., p. 12.)
Richard Meredith [petition read]. Respited.
Lord Mordington [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. Ibid.
Garret John Nys [petition read. It is] given [to] another. (Ibid., p. 13.)
Eliza. Pawly [petition read]. It cannot be done. (Ibid., p. 15.)
Ed. Progers [petition read] to be paid his salary as others. The disbursements to be referred to Mr. Ryley. (Ibid.)
Anto. Redhead [petition read]. R[eferred to the [principal] Officers of the Mint. (Ibid., p. 17.)
William Ryder [petition read]. R[eferred to] Mr. Ryley. Ibid.
Michael Studholm and Andr. Laurence: [their] papers [are read] relating to the place of Surveyor of the [Queen's] Private Roads. Ref [erred] to the Attorney and Solicitor General to report the case and their opinion as to the right. (Ibid., p. 18.)
Judith Sturton [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Johanna Sayre [petition read]. My Lord can do nothing for her. (Ibid.)
Sir John Stanley, Warden of the Mint [petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid.)
Dr. Sherlock [petition read]. He is in the list for half a year. (Ibid.)
Col. Hen. Villers [petition read] ?June 24. Referred to Sir C. Hedges. Speak to Lord Ranelagh about this. (Ibid., p. 20.)
July 1.Mary Williamson [petition read]. R[eferred] to the Agents for Taxes. (Ibid., p. 21.)
The inhabitants of Westminster [their petition read] relating to out pensioners of Chelsea College [on a reference from the Privy Council communicated] by the Earl of Nottingham. Referred to the Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
The Yeomen of the Guard [petition read]. Endorse the minute and lay it before the Queen (8 July). Read to the Queen. Her Majesty will restore them to their old salaries and will allow no riding charges. (Ibid., p. 23.)
Frances Yeates [petition read]. Half a year on this petition will be paid in a little time. Ibid.
July 3Richard Acton [petition read]. Referred to the Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid., p. 1.)
Fran. D'Amboix [petition read]. This matter depends before my Lord Coningsby. (Ibid.)
Auditors of Imprests [memorial read]. To be paid half a year with the rest of the arrears [due to the late King's Civil List servants &c.] (Ibid.)
Atkinson and Roop their presentment read: To be brought in when Mr. Atkinson attends to-morrow. (Ibid.)
John Aldred, Searcher at Yarmouth [petition read]. Enquire whether he be fit to be continued. (Ibid.)
Fran. Aldridge [petition read]. Rejected. (Ibid.)
Cha. Atherton: Report of [the Board of] Works [is read]. Let the report be brought in when the Officers of the Works are here. Ibid.
Widow of Mordecai Abbott [petition read]. Referred to the C.C. [Customs Commissioners]. My Lord does not see any ground of making an allowance beyond the allowance made to the present Receiver for the same work. Send to the Commissioners to certify what that allowance is. (Ibid.)
The Agents for Taxes: their letter [is read] relating to the abstracts of the Land Tax. Let 'em pay for 'em and bring it into their accounts of incidents. (Ibid.)
Earl of Albermarle [his petition read] about the debt due to the Robes. His Lordship received the money to pay these debts. Ibid.
H. Baker's report [is read on the petition of] Ed. Anderson and Ed. Edwards. [My Lord orders] Mr. Baker to pay 'em 50l. more but the 2 fifty pounds [are] to be paid back out of their part of the fine. Memorandum to speak to Mr. Attorney [General] about this when he attends next. (Ibid.)
July 3.The report of the Officers of the Works is read about Cha. Atherton, they being present. They say it is a just debt but very old. [No minute hereon.] (T.4/15. p. 1.)
The Earl of Ranelagh's report [is read] about Richard Acton. My Lord Treasurer will speak with my Lord Ranelagh about this. (Ibid.)
Serjeants at arms attending her Majesty [their petition is read]. They'll have half a year with the rest. Ibid.
John Aldred. Searcher at Great Yarmouth [petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid.)
Sir Tho. Bellott [petition read]. Referred to the Agents for Taxes. (Ibid., p. 2)
Cha. Conelly: [petition read]. Ref [erred to the] C.C. [Customers Commissioners]. Ibid., p. 3.
The French Pensionary Officers [their petition read]. Rejected because where they had the settlement in Ireland the [late] King gave them 6 months and declared they should have no more here. (Ibid., p. 6.)
Robert Graham [petition read]. Referred to Lord Ranelagh to examine the pretensions of all persons to this m[oney] and to report. Ibid., p. 7.
John Hughes [petition read]. Recommended to the Agents for Taxes. (Ibid., p. 8.)
James Isaacson [petition read]. Hasten their report. (Ibid.. p. 9.)
Cha. Leighton [petition read]. Recommend him and Mr. Crown to the Commissioners of Prizes to be employed in some of their agencies abroad. (Ibid.. p. 11.)
Earl Montagu [petition read]. The salary which became due in his [late] Majesty's time is to be paid as other arrears to her [sic for his late] Majesty's servants are paid. (Ibid., p, 12.)
— Medlicott [petition read]. Before Mr. Palmes's grant passes he must secure the 1000l. lent by Mr. Medlycott and agree in what proportion he shall be paid out of it. (Ibid.)
Hen. Pagett [petition read]. My Lord Pagett is coming over. (Ibid., p. 15.)
Earl of Portland [petition read concerning] taxes for Windsor Parks. Ordered. (Ibid.)
William Smith [petition read]. Referred to the Prizes Commissioners to give their opinion whether it be necessary to have a cooper on the Establishment. (Ibid., p. 18.)
July 3.Christopher Tanckred [petition read]. He will receive some part of his arrear in the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office very speedily. (Ibid., p. 19.)
The Earl of Ranelagh's report [is read on the petition of] Lord Teviott. To speak with my Lord Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
Cha. Whitaker [petition read]. Referred to the Lord Chief Baron to examine his fitness and report. (Ibid., p. 21.)
July 7.Duchess of Buckingham [petition read]: to be laid before the Queen. (Ibid., p. 2.)
Samuel Bull [petition read]. Referred [to the] Chief Offi[cers ? of the Works]. (Ibid.)
Bank of England [petition read]. Enquire if the officers are paid and then the last year's overplus may go towards sinking the preceding year's deficiency. (Ibid.)
Cha. Best [petition read]. Granted. (Ibid.)
Richard Coling [petition read]: To be paid as the other [of the late King's] servants. (Ibid., p. 3.)
John Cook, Clerk of the Estreats [in the Court of Exchequer, petition read]. To be paid one year. (Ibid.)
Downton Curtis [petition read]. Referred to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
Serjeant of the House of Commons [petition read]. Ref[erred to] Mr. Taylour. (Ibid.)
Geo. Collins [petition read]. It is paid. (Ibid., p. 3b.)
Lord Coningsby's report [read on the petition of] Louis Chabrole. He is overpaid by [according to] Lord Coningsby's report. Ibid.
Magd[alen] Cuningham [petition read]. Nothing can be done till my Lord receives the Queen's pleasure. Ibid.
Major Hen. Foubert [petition read]. Renew the privy seals for them all. (Ibid., p. 6.)
Lord Fitz Hardinge [petition read]. As to renewing the patent in another name my Lord [Treasurer] will speak with his Lordship. As to the other articles they will be satisfied with other arrears of the same kind in the respective offices. (Ibid.)
Creditors [?of the Royal] Gardens [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid., p. 7.)
John Grosvenor [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
July 7.Daniel Hall [petition read]. The place is filled. (T. 4/15., p. 8.
Cha. Hoskins [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
Tho. Husband [petition read]. Ref [erred to the] Attorney General. (Ibid.)
Cha. Johnson [petition read]. See what debt is incurred and for what services. (Ibid., p. 9.)
Uriah Ironmonger [petition read]. The place is disposed of. (Ibid.)
Mr. Travers' report [is read as Surveyor General of Crown Lands on the petition of] Tho. Johnson. My Lord cannot give such a warrant as is desired. (Ibid.)
Robert Jackson, Customer of Hull [petition read]. His patent to be renewed. (Ibid.)
Tho. Jacob [petition read]. My Lord cannot pay anything on this pretence. (Ibid.)
Alexander Johnstown [petition read]. Referred to the Attorney General. (Ibid.)
[The] Moneyers [of the Mint: their petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid., p. 12.)
The Attorney General's letter on — Ryves' [petition is read]. Ordered that the 2 clerks proposed by the Commissioners. who are experienced. be employed at 60l. per an. each: and my Lord Treasurer will consider what further encouragement may be reasonable to allow to the Comptroller of Prizes. (Ibid., p. 17.)
Earl of Sussex [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid., p. 18.)
Sir Tho. Southwell [petition read]. Ref[erred to] the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. (Ibid.)
Dame Ann Sylvius [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
William Smith [petition read]. R.C.C. [Referred to the Customs Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
Duke of Schonberg [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
Col. Skrimpton and Col. Matthews [petition read]. Ref[erred to the] Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
Ann Tonkes [her petition read in reference by] order of Council. To be considered when pensions of this kind are paid. (Ibid., p. 19.)
John Taylour [petition read]. Referred to Sir Christopher Wren. Ibid.
July 7.Nath. Tate [petition read]. If his patent falls and is not renewed his salary may be placed on the Establishment of the Treasurer of the Chamber. (Ibid.)
William Tagg [petition read]. To be considered upon making the Establishment. (Ibid.)
The executors of the Earl of Tankerville [their petition read]. To be considered with the rest of the [late King's Civil List] arrears for [payment of] half a year. (Ibid.)
Capt. Hen. Thomas [petition read]. The Queen answered that there is no fund for such arrears. (Ibid.)
Col. Ed. Taylour [petition read]. There has been no fund for such pensions since the peace. (Ibid.)
Kat. Thompson [petition read]: not granted. (Ibid.)
Cha. Thomas, Receiver of Casual Revenues in Barbados [petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid.)
Tho. Townsend [petition read]. He must continue at the same allowance as of late years. (Ibid.)
[7 June sic for July]. Jacob Vander Poel [petition read]. Refer to the Postmaster General. (Ibid., p. 20.)
Order in C[ouncil read concerning] stores &c. for Virginia. Speak with Mr. Blathwayt. (Ibid.)
Col. Hen. Villiers [petition read]. Referred to the Commissioners of Alienations. (Ibid.)
Tho. Vavasour [petition read]. Rejected. (Ibid.)
Hen. Whitehead [petition read]. The place is not void. (Ibid., p. 21].
Letter [from] Sir Christopher Wren [concerning] works in the Earl of Albemarle's lodgings. It must be charged to his [late] Majesty's [Civil List] debt in the Office of the Works. (Ibid.)
Waltham Forest Keepers [their petition read. My Lord Treasurer orders them] one year's arrear and one year's growing wages. (Ibid.)
July 8.William Blathwayt [petition] Read to the Queen: [her Majesty orders] 1263l. 18s. 4d. to be paid but not the first or last articles in his account. (Ibid., p. 2.)
John Baber [petition]. Read to the Queen. His patent to be renewed. (Ibid.)
Josiah Buchett [Burchett: his petition]: Read to the Queen. Granted. (Ibid.)
July 8.Judith Burton [petition]. Read to the Queen. Her pension to be continued without addition. (T. 4/15., p. 2.)
Lieutenants Brisbon and Hans Findley [their petition read]. Referred to the Earl of Ranelogh and Mr. Blathwayt. (Ibid.)
William Borrett memorial [read. My Lord orders] 200l. to be paid him on account. (Ibid.)
Gab. Brassard [petition read.] He is not within the rule. (Ibid., p. 2b.)
Robert Barker Deputy [Queen's] Remembrancer. Mr. Borrett's report [on the petition is read]. My Lord does not think fit to make any additional allowance to the petitioner for his own service, it being the duty of his office: but the 260l. expended by him [is] to be [re]paid [to him] out of the arrears of taxes. (Ibid.)
Edmd. Boddicot [petition read]. Write to Mr. Hildeyard to certify the matter with his opinion. (Ibid.)
Mr. Bennet [petition read]: To be paid out half a year's salary out of [the late King's Civil List] arrears. (Ibid.)
Henry Ballow and John Smith: the report from the Auditors of Imprests [on their memorial is read]. Mr. Taylour is ordered to make an account. (Ibid.)
Peter Beaubuisson [petition read: ordered] to be paid half a year when others are. (Ibid.)
Ann Bowtell [petition read: ordered] to be paid 54l. out of arrears when others are. (Ibid.)
Cha. Ball et al. the report from the C[ustoms] C[ommissioners is read]. Agreed to the report. (Ibid.)
Ja. Baltazare [petition read]. My Lord will not interpose in this. (Ibid.)
Fran. Bache [petition read: ordered] to be considered in a short time. (Ibid.)
Marmad[uke] Bealing [affidavit read]. The warrant to pass. (Ibid.)
Peter Beaubuisson [petition read: ordered] to be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
John Bramer, Customer of Plymouth [port, petition read]. My Lord will speak with Mr. Pelham concerning this. (Ibid.)
Col. John Buchan: the report [from] Mr. Borrett [thereon is read]. My Lord agrees to the report. (Ibid.)
July 8.Lord Blessington: the report from the Lord Lieutenant [of Ireland on his petition is read]. To be brought in when my Lord Lieutenant is here. (Ibid.)
John Bayre [petition read]. If he be on the list now payable in Ireland he must expect no more. (Ibid.)
H. Baker's report on [the petition of] John Birch [is read]. My Lord adheres to the minute of the last day of Oct. 1701. (Ibid.)
Robert Bedoc [petition read]. My Lord sees no reason to continue this. (Ibid.)
Comtesse de Breloy [petition read]. The Queen will promise no pensions but what her Majesty intends to pay. Ibid.
Samuel Carr [petition]. Read to the Queen. 258l. 10s. 0d. for Bibles &c. if delivered they must be paid for. (Ibid., p. 3b.)
John Carter [petition read]. There is no fund for the debt much less for any interest: but upon the vacancy of any employment [which] he is fit for my Lord will be ready to move the Queen for him. (Ibid.)
The Earl of Ranelagh's report [read on the petition of] John Champante. Speak with my Lord Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
Lieut. Col. John Caulfield [petition read]. This matter is before the Commissioners of Accounts and my Lord [Treasurer] cannot do anything regularly in it. (Ibid.)
Cha. Colinge [petition read]. Not granted. (Ibid.)
La Coudriere [petition read]. There is no fund for these pensions since the peace. (Ibid.)
John Clifton [petition read]. There is no vacancy. (Ibid.)
Clerks of the [Privy] Council [petition read]. That demand shall be considered in a short time. (Ibid.)
Earl of Ranelagh's report [read on the petition of] John Champante. Write to my Lord Ranelagh to certify the sum that will carry on the subsistence to 24 Dec. next and no further. (Ibid.)
Sir Tho. Cuddon, Chamberlain [of the city] of London [petition read]. Mr. Taylour to examine and report. (Ibid.)
Nathaniel Clarke [petition read]. Her Majesty cannot relieve all persons in want. (Ibid.)
Daniel Child [petition read]: to be considered upon making the Establishment. (Ibid.)
William Churchill [petition read]. Mr. Hening has money to pay this if due. (Ibid.)
July 8.Peter Chevalier [petition read]. Not granted. (T. 4/15., p. 3b.)
Antho. Cracherode and Ben Bayly [petition read]. They cannot be discharged but by passing an account. (Ibid.)
Philip Causton and Hannah his wife [petition read]. Refer this to Mr. Atkinson et al. (Ibid.)
Tho. Cobb [petition read]. Hasten the [Taxes] Agents' report. Stay the process for a month but order it to issue without further warrant if the account be not cleared in the mean time. (Ibid.)
Abra. Coakley [petition read]. The place is filled but the application here is improper. Ibid.
Countess of Dorchester [petition] Read to the Queen. Her Majesty is not in circumstances to take consideration of arrears of this kind. (Ibid., p. 4.)
Lady Dryden [petition] Read to the Queen. Pay her 50l. at a time till 150l. is paid. (Ibid.)
Lord Dupplin [petition read]. When the goods are sold he shall be paid. (Ibid.)
Job Dowle, Searcher in Gloucester [port: petition read]. Granted.
Mr. Dale [petition read]. These offices are all settled. Ibid.
John Baptist Draghi [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Peter Daniel [petition read]. He must apply to the Colonel. (Ibid.)
Samuel Day, Governor of Bermudas [petition read. My Lord orders him] to be paid half a year among the [late King's Civil List] arrears. (Ibid.)
Auditor Shales' report [read on the petition of] John Digby. Ordered according to the report. (Ibid.)
William Daye [petition read]. He must apply when a vacancy [falls]. Ibid.
John and James Davis [petition read]. They must propose what they think reasonable to be allowed. (Ibid.)
Henry Baker's report [read on the petition of] John Dufty. My Lord sees no cause to move the Queen for a mitigation of the fine. (Ibid.)
Paul Docminique [petition read]. Ref [erred to the] Earl of Ranelagh. Ibid.
John Dwyre [petition read]. Lay this before the Queen. (Ibid.)
July 8.John Dubordieu [petition read]. There is no fund for these pensions since the Peace of Ryswick. (Ibid.)
The Surveyor General's report [on the petition from] Eton College is read to the Queen. Granted without fine. (Ibid., p. 5.)
The widow of Capt. Elliott [petition read]. She must apply to the Lord High Admiral to be paid out of the Tenths of prizes taken in the last war. (Ibid.)
Daniel Ellwel [petition read]. Ref[erred] to the C[ustoms] C[ommissioners]. (Ibid.)
Daniel Ellwell [petition read], Ref[erred] to the C[ustoms] Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
Tho. Ellis [petition read]. Ref[erred] to the Agents for Taxes. (Ibid.)
John Edmonds [petition read]. Rejected. (Ibid.)
Sir Ste. Fox [his petition is] read to the Queen. Granted but not to pass till the Duke of Bolton's warrant passes. (Ibid., p. 6.)
Lady Frecheville [her petition is] read to the Queen. When any occasion is offered to gratify her request without taking from the revenue or when it can be done with less inconvenience my Lord Treasurer is to consider her pretension. (Ibid.)
Anne Fitzharris [petition read]: to be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Sir Hen. Furnese and Sir Robert Beachecroft late sheriffs of London [their petition read]. "Let Mr. Powys examine whether the particulars of this 547l. 4s. 2d. be unappropriated: if so [then] to be applied in part." (Ibid.)
Marth. Francis [petition read]. The Queen hath not disclosed her pleasure concerning charities of this kind. (Ibid.)
Brigadier D'O Farel [petition read]. Ref[erred] to the Lord L[ieutenant of Ireland]. (Ibid.)
Edw. Fitzpatrick [petition read]. Rejected. (Ibid.)
Christopher Frankling [petition read]. He may if he please renew by patent a constitution: not good for a Comptroller. (Ibid.)
Major Hen. Foubert [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Martha Francis [petition read]. See what has been paid to her and how. (Ibid.)
Ann Fitzharris [petition read]. It has been refused. (Ibid.)
July 8.Tho. Falkner et al [petition read]. Ref[erred] to the Commissioners of the Salt Duties. (T. 4/15., p. 6.)
Louis De Guerre [petition]. Read to the Queen. Referred to the Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid., p. 7.)
Cha. Gifford [petition read]. Half a year will be paid on a certificate that he's alive. (Ibid.)
John Grosvenor [petition read]. Respited till it be known that Meredith hath such an estate. (Ibid.)
Col. John Granville [petition read oncerning his] bills of disbursements for St. James's Park. Ref[erred to] Mr. Ryley. (Ibid.)
Grinling Gibbons [petition read]. The 250l. to be paid out of [the late King's Civil List] arrears. Ibid.
Tho. Gill [petition read]. He may apply to the Commissioners of Excise. (Ibid.)
Philip Guibert [petition read. Referred to the Earl of] Montagu. (Ibid.)
Alexander Goodall. [The] report [from] Lord Halifax Auditor of the Receipt on his petition is read]. Ordered. (Ibid.)
Eliz[abeth] Gellott [petition read]. Ref[erred to the] Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. Ibid.
Tho. Gill [petition read]. Ref[erred to the] Commissioners of Excise. Ibid.
Col. Cha. Gifford [petition read]. To be paid half a year. Ibid.
Committee for the building of Greenwich [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Brigadier Hastings [petition]. Read to the Queen. There is no room on the Military Establishment but her Majesty will consider of an opportunity to provide for him without burthening the revenue. (Ibid., p. 8.)
Hackney Coachmen [petition] read to the Queen. To be paid out of the [late] King's [Civil List] arrears. (Ibid.)
William Killigrew [petition] read to the Queen. Her Majesty is inclined to do something for him. (Ibid., p. 10.)
Hen. Killigrew [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Sir Robert Killigrew [petion read.] To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Rich. Knight [petition read]. Ref. C.C.[referred to the Customs Commissioners].
July 8.Hen. Killigrew [petition read]. He should have had it if it had not been given away before. (Ibid.)
Geo. London [petition] read to the Queen. Her Majesty intends to restrain the expense of the Gardens. Send for Mr. Wise to know what is due and what will be necessary for the future in the Gardens. (Ibid., p. 11.)
Dame Margaret Lunsford [petition] read to the Queen. Her pension is to be continued. (Ibid.)
Lord Lucas [petition] read to the Queen. To be paid the first part viz. for fire and candle, per the Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid.)
The mayor and burgesses of Lyme Regis [petition read] ordered. (Ibid.)
The report [read on the petition of Col. Luke Lillingston. My Lord Treasurer does not see any reason to move the Queen to do this. (Ibid.)
Capt. Godfry Loyd [petition read]. Referred to the Earl of Ranelagh and Mr. Blathwayte. (Ibid.)
Cha. Leighton [petition read]. When any place falls that he is fit for my Lord is inclined to give it him. (Ibid.)
Hannah Livingston [petition read]. My Lord is not empowered to do this. (Ibid.)
Is[aa]c Manley [petition] read to the Queen. The last 50l. to be paid him. (Ibid., p. 12.)
Co. John Meauty [petition] read to the Queen. Not granted. (Ibid.)
Lord Mordington [petition] read to the Queen. Respited till her Majesty determines on Mr. Nicholas's list. (Ibid.)
Duchess of Marlborough [petition] read to the Queen. The Queen can grant no new pension. (Ibid.)
Nathaniel Molyneux [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
Margaret Moss [petition read]. Nothing can be done in this. (Ibid.)
Messengers of the Great Chamber [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
Ellen Morgan [petition read]. My Lord cannot advise any new pension. (Ibid.)
Ann Moss and Ann Jellott [petition read]. My Lord cannot advise any more of this. (Ibid.)
July 8.Is[aac] Marriott [his] affidavit [is read]. He is referred to the Attorney General. (T. 4/15., p. 12.)
Lady Millbank and Mr. Anderson [petition read]. Referred to the Excise Commissioners. (Ibid.)
Tho. Moreton and his wife [petition read]. Refer the papers to the Attorney General and direct Mr. Moreton and his wife to wait on him [the Attorney General] and desire him upon speaking with them to offer his opinion concerning the granting of the [custody of the] idiot and the estate. (Ibid.)
The clerks of the Mint [their petition read]. Not granted. (Ibid.)
The Mint officers report [is read on the petition of] Ann Morris. My Lord does not think it reasonable to put the Queen to any charge in this matter. (Ibid.)
Horatio Moor [petition read]. He having an interest in the Tennis Court ought to be at the charge. (Ibid.)
James Marriot [his petition read]. The law cannot be stopped. (Ibid. p. 12b.)
Richard Marryott [petition read]. Referred to the Commissioners of Stamp Duties. (Ibid.)
Ja. Moody pro Auditor Done [petition read]. Let the account be made up according to the course of the Exchequer and my Lord will afterwards consider what is fit to be allowed the Auditor. (Ibid.)
Sir John Mainwaring [petition read]. Refer to the Agents for Taxes. (Ibid.)
The widow of Brigadier Matthews: [the report from] the Earl of Ranelagh and Mr. Blathwayt [on her petition is read]. Agreed to the report. (Ibid.)
Lord Mountjoy [petition read]. Referred to the Lord Lieutenant [of Ireland]. (Ibid.)
Col. Montargyer [petition read]. To be governed by my Lord Coningsby's list. (Ibid.)
Ellinor Markendale [petition read]. Refused. (Ibid.)
Fred Milford [petition read]. Recommend him to the Commissioners of Stomp Duties to make him a stamper on a vacancy. (Ibid.)
Lieut. Col. Ambrose Norton [petition] read to the Queen. Her Majesty does not think [fit] to remove Mr. Negus but will provide something for the petitioner on the Establishment of the Stables. (Ibid., p. 13.)
July 8.Earl of Oxford [petition]. Read to the Queen. Her Majesty doth not find herself in circumstances this year to increase his allowances by any bounty though she shall always have a consideration of him and his condition. (Ibid., p. 14.)
The report from the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands is read on the petition of] Dame Margaret Owen. The Surveyor General is to inform himself with more certainty that the lands are enjoyed under the grant whereupon these rents are reserved. (Ibid.)
The inhabitants of All Saints in Oxford [petition read]. Refer to Mr. Ryley to know what may reasonably be spared out of the forest for this service. (Ibid.)
Lord Robert Russell [petition] read the Queen being present. His patent is to be renewed. (Ibid., p. 17.)
Duchess Dowager of Richmond [petition] read, the Queen being present. Her Majesty cannot pay the arrears [due before her accession] but she will keep the arrears from increasing. (Ibid.)
Earl of Rochford [petition] read, the Queen being present. There seems to be no room for this. (Ibid.)
Lieut. Col. Edward Rouse [petition] read, the Queen being present. When there is an opportunity he is to be employed. Ibid.
Earl of Ranelagh [petition] read the Queen being present. [The Queen orders him] to be paid 200l. for the time he has served as Superintendent [of all the Works]. (Ibid.)
Lieut. Col. Edmd. Rouse [petition read]. The revenues of the Hospital must be applied to the charitable use intended by the founder. (Ibid.)
Nicho. Richards [his] letter to my Lord [Treasurer is read]. He is misinformed. (Ibid.)
The report from the [Principal] Officers of the Mint [on the petition of] John Roetiers, [is read]. Referred to the Attorney General. (Ibid.)
Lieut. Col. Edmd.. Rouse [petition read]. Mr. Campion is not dead. As to the other part, refer to the Earl of Ranelagh and Mr. Blathwayte. (Ibid.)
Herbert Randolph [petition read. His] privy seal to be renewed and to be confined to Prizes. (Ibid.)
Sir John Morden's letter [about] John Richards [read]. Referred to the Excise Commissioners. (Ibid.)
Sir Robert Robinson [petition read]. The Queen is not in a condition to pay such old arrears. (Ibid.)
July 8.John Rogers. Hen. Tuck and Rich. Pocock [petition read]. The Queen has signified her pleasure to grant the custody [of the idiot] to Mr. Moreton with 50l. a year allowance. (T. 4/15, p. 17.)
Ann Richbell [petition read]. The Queen has not taken any resolution upon Mr. Nicholas's list [of the late King William's and Queen Mary's private pensions and bounties]. (Ibid.)
E[arl of] Romney [petition read]. Prepare a sign manual. Ibid.
John Richardson [petition read]. Not granted. Ibid.
Tho. Rymer [petition read]. He may safely write himself Historiographer. (Ibid.)
Col. Archibald Row [petition read]. This application here is very improper. (Ibid.)
Widow Ann Richbell [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid).
John Rumsey [petition read]. There is no employment void. (Ibid.)
Sir Ed. Sherburn [petition] read to the Queen. Her Majesty will give him something as the late King did. (Ibid., p. 18.)
Earl of Sussex [petition] read to the Queen. Her Majesty can take no consideration of arrears [of pensions accrued on the late King's Civil List] but is pleased to continue the 1200l. a year for the place. Ibid.
Dame Ann Sylvius [petition] read to the Queen. For the present her Majesty cannot take consideration of such arrears. (Ibid.)
Capt. De la Val [petition] read to the Queen. 500l. to be allowed instead of 671l. 3. 10d. (Ibid., p. 20.)
Monsieur Vanstreeken [petition read] a warrant for this [on condition] of his paying the Duties. (Ibid.)
Monsieur Vrybergen [petition read] con[cerning] the Vaudois ministers. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Capt. John Vanbrook [petition read]. He must apply to the Colonel. (Ibid.)
Dame Martha Villiers, widow of Sir Ed. Villiers late Knight Marshall: petition read [on a] ref[erence from the Privy Council communicated by Secretary the Earl of Nottingham. Her Majesty cannot take consideration of such arrears. (Ibid.)
Mr. Vanhulse [petition read]. It need not be renewed. (Ibid.)
Ellen Vaughan [petition read]. She shall receive her proportion [of her husband's annuity] according to the order of Council. (Ibid.)
July 8.Widow of William Vanloon [petition read]. She is paid half a year's salary with others. (Ibid.)
C.C. [the Customs Commissioners'] memorial [read] about a vessel for Capt. Upton. My Lord agrees to the report provided the ship be employed only for the service of the Customs and that at the end of the first 3 months the Commissioners do certify what benefit the revenue shall receive by this expense and how far they shall then think it advisable to continue the same. (Ibid.)
Signor Verrio [petition read. My Lord Treasurer orders] 500l. to be paid him on this account out of the [late King's Civil List] money come in [to the Exchequer] before 8 March last. (Ibid.)
Capt. Rich. Upton [petition read]. He is now upon his probation in a new ship and if he continue his good services he shall be considered all together. (Ibid.)
Widow Vanloon [petition read]. She can be paid but as others are paid. (Ibid.)
Lewis Williams [petition] read to the Queen. His privy seal to be renewed. (Ibid., p. 21.)
Dr. Woodroffe [petition] read to the Queen. My Lord Treasurer will speak with the bishop of London. (Ibid.)
John Whittle [petition] read to the Queen. His 10s. per week [is] to be continued. (Ibid.)
[The letter from the Surveyor General of Crown Lands is read concerning the parings of the] lands at Windsor not in the [Windsor Great Park] Avenue. To be sold and the money to be paid into the Exchequer. (Ibid.)
The estimate from the [Principal] Officers of the Works relating to [Works at] St. James's is read to the Queen. Her Majesty has put a stop to the Works she intended. (Ibid.)
July 10.Capt. Hugh Hamilton [petition read]. My Lord can do nothing in this. (Ibid., p. 8.)
Andr. Huddleston [petition read]. My Lord cannot interpose in this. (Ibid.)
Lord Howe [petition read]. To be considered when the privy seal is passed. (Ibid.)
Ed. Noell [petition read]. R.C. Ex. [Referred to the Commissioners of Excise]. (Ibid., p. 13.)
Ja. Norris, joiner of the Privy Chamber [petition read]. Granted. (Ibid.)
July 10.Tho. Newsham [petition read]. If the account be cleared, pay to him out of the arrears of taxes so much as is certified by the Agents [for Taxes] as due. (T. 4/15., p. 13.)
Fran. Negus: [petition read]. This charge is excessive and hath no comptroll. (Ibid.)
Ed. Noell: the Excise Commissioners' report [read on his petition]: my Lord Treasurer will speak with the Excise Commissioners when they attend next. (Ibid.)
Ja. Nutt [petition read]. The place is filled. (Ibid.)
Mr. Borrett's report [is read on the petition of] William Nailor. To be laid before the Queen. Ibid.
John Williams [petition read]. He must apply to the proper officers who have the direction of the affairs of the [Chatham] Chest. (Ibid., p. 21.)
Bulstrode Whitelock [petition read]. R.C. Ex. [Referred to the Commissioners of Excise]. (Ibid.)
Phil[i]p Watkins [petition read]. My Lord can give no orders to the Trustees. (Ibid.)
William Williams [petition read]. Ref. C.C. [Referred to the Customs Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
The widows of Indigent Officers who are paid out of the Lotteries [their petition read]. My Lord Treasurer orders them to be paid by sign manual on the privy seal dormant. (Ibid.)
Hum. Willett [petition read. There is] no vacancy. Ibid.
Tho. Whitgrave [petition read]. To be paid half a year among the [unpaid officers and servants &c. depending on the late King's Civil List] arrears. (Ibid.)
The bishop of London [his] letter [is read concerning] Dr. Woodroff [concerning said Woodruff's salt Duty debt and his annuity for the Greek boys at Oxford]. The Salt Duties are appropriated [and therefore cannot be remitted]. (Ibid., p. 21b.)
Rachel and Frances Wyndham [petition read]. Half a year is intended to be paid among [the various creditors and pensioners &c. on the late King's Civil List] arrears. (Ibid.)
Lewis Williams [petition read]. Rejected. (Ibid.)
The memorial from the Officers of the Works [is read] relating to the late King's funeral and her Majesty's Coronation. The list has no date and is not signed by the present Comptroller [of the Works]. My Lord will speak with the [Principal] Officers of the Works who are to attend this day sevennight in the morning. (Ibid.)
July 10.H. Baker's report [is read concerning] Rich. Web. My Lord sees no cause to move the Queen for a mitigation of the fine. (Ibid.)
William Whitbread [petition read]. If his accounts be passed pay him out of unappropriated arrears of taxes. (Ibid.)
The memorial of the Great Wardrobe [relating to the account of] C. Bland. [Order the Great Wardrobe] to send a particular account of the whole cost and how much has been paid. (Ibid.)
Sir Polycarpus Wharton's [petition read]. Write to the Auditor to speed the draft. (Ibid.)
Eliza and Parry Walton [petition read]. She will be paid with the rest of the [late King's] servants. (Ibid.)
The Housekeepers of Westminster [Palace their petition is read]. The publique [necessities] hath allowed no fund for any of these pensions since the Peace of Ryswick. (Ibid.)
July 14.Geo. Horne [petition read]. Ref [erred to the] Attorney General. (Ibid., p. 8.)
Tho. Humble [petition read]. Granted if Courtney declines it. (Ibid.)
Samuel Hause [petition read]. Ref [erred] to Auditor Shales to examine the debt and report if it can be recovered out of Lord Griffin's estate. (Ibid.)
Cha. Haugton, Itinerant Clerk of the Works [petition read]. Granted. (Ibid.)
Ed. Harris [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Ed. Howard [petition read]. The Queen will pay him no otherwise than as the [late] King did. (Ibid.)
John Hansen [petition read]. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and the Commissioners of the Revenue [in Ireland] are proper judges what salaries are fit. (Ibid.)
Col. Phil. Howard [petition read]. If he will live in his apartment the Commissioners shall make room for him. (Ibid.)
Kath. Herlackenden [petition read]. The Queen hath not declared her pleasure upon Mr. Nicholas's list [of pensions and charities of the late King William and Queen Mary]. (Ibid., p. 8b.)
Tho. Hogg: [petition read]. Ref [erred] C.C. [to the Customs Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
Tho. Hyde and Eliz. his wife [petition read]. My Lord sees no reason to continue their pension any longer. (Ibid.)
July 14.Hampton Town poor [petition read]. To be paid one year. (T.4/15 p. 8b.)
Geo. Horne: the Attorney General's report [read on his petition]. Referred to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands] to value the messuage called Pisthill. (Ibid.)
Tho. Hart [petition read]. The application here for this employment is improper. (Ibid.)
Brigadier Ferd. Hastings [petition read]. Lay his petition before the Queen. (Ibid.)
Dr. Jo. Hutton [petition read]. He will be paid his arrears as others are [who depend on the late King's Civil List]. (Ibid.)
Richard Haynes and Jon[athan] Rich [petition read]. To be referred to the late Commissioners [for Transports] for their opinion. (Ibid.)
John Hodgson [petition read]. Re[ferred] C.C. [to the Customs Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
Proposal of a discovery [read]. R[eferred] to the Attorney General to examine and report the probability of the Queen's title. (Ibid., p. 15.)
Postmaster General [memorial read] about the franking letters of Members [of Parliament]. The franking of Members letters is to be continued as of late. (Ibid.)
Ed. Peers letter to the Lord Privy Seal [read]. Send this in a letter to the C.C. [Customs Commissioners] and let 'em send a speedy answer. (Ibid.)
Rich. Povey vide [Treasury] Minute Book 14 July 1702.
Ed. Progers [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen. Ibid.
Tho. Povey [petition read]. See what has been paid to him and how. (Ibid.)
Samuel Proctor [petition read]. Referred Commissioners of Prizes. (Ibid.)
John Prat. Searcher of Berwick port [petition read]. Granted. (Ibid.)
Earl of Portland [petition read]. Ordered. (Ibid.)
Sir Henry Palmer [petition read]. Referred to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
Account [read] of money due to her Majesty at New Providence. To be read when Mr. Blathwayt is here. (Ibid.)
July 14.Tho. Plomber [petition read]. Referred to the Earl of Montagu. (Ibid.)
John Perriam, steward of Milverton Co. Somerset [petition read]. Referred to Surveyor [General of Crown Lands]. (Ibid.)
Philip Papillon [petition read]. A warrant [is ordered] for stop of process for another 3 weeks after the former [days of stay] are expired. (Ibid., p. 15b.)
John Peters [petition read]. The Surveyor General [of Crown Lands is] to write to the terre tenants to acquaint 'em with the application of the petitioner and that they shew to him [the Surveyor General] cause (if there be any) why the petitioner should not proceed and he will report the same to my Lord. (Ibid.)
E[arl of] Pembroke [petition read. He is] to be paid out of arrears. (Ibid.)
Capt. Geo. Porter et al. [petition read on reference to the Treasury by] Order C [of the Privy Council]. Let Mr. Baker report what hath been allowed to the several petitioners and how far paid. (Ibid.)
Sir Hen. Palmer. The report from the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands is read]. Agreed to. (Ibid.)
John Peters [petition read]. My Lord adheres to the minutes [made] on the Attorney General's report. (Ibid.)
Ann Palmer [petition read]. It cannot be done. (Ibid.)
[The Queen's] printers [petition read]. Mr. Taylour [is] to take out of these bills so much as is not allowable by the order of the 20th Oct. 1699. (Ibid.)
Hen. Pagett [petition read]. My Lord Pagett will soon be here and take care of him. (Ibid.)
Cha. Pickup [petition read]. Respited. (Ibid.)
William Pawlett [petition read]. My Lord will recommend him to any employment he is capable of but [will] not continue this yearly payment. Ibid.
Ell[inor] Pendrill [petition read]. To be paid half a year with the others. (Ibid.)
Tho. Povey [petition read]. The Queen will continue his 100l. a year [on condition of his] surrendering his patent and all pretensions thereupon. (Ibid.)
Daniel Du Petit Bose [petition read]. Referred [to] Lord Coningsby. (Ibid.)
Prudentia Smith, [petition read]. To be read when the Auditors next attend. (Ibid., p. 18.)
July 14.Fran. Scobell [petition read]. Granted: to be passed under the Exchequer seal. (T. 4/15, p. 18.)
Samuel Staines: [petition read]. The establishment for the Prize Office is settled. (Ibid.)
Eliza. Slingsby [petition read]. To be paid by sign manual on the privy seal dormant. (Ibid.)
Robert Sisterson. [petition read]. Ref[erred to the] Earl of Ranelagh. (Ibid).
Tho. Staples, steward of Windsor [petition read]. To be paid at the Exchequer half a year with the other arrears. (Ibid.)
William Squib [petition read. He is] to apply when there is a vacancy. (Ibid.)
William Stiles [petition read]. My Lord does not think this proper. (Ibid.)
Sim[o]n Snell [petition read]. R.C.C. [Referred to the Customs Commissioners]. (Ibid.)
The Receivers of [Crown] Land Revenues in South Wales [petition read]. Referred to the Auditor of Wales. Ibid.
The report [is read] from the Commissioners of Revenue in Ireland [on the petition of] Robert Sandys. Write to the Commissioners that my Lord Treasurer thinks it may make a bad precedent to make allowance for pretended robberies. But if they think the petitioner was really robbed and was in no default his Lordship is inclined that they should consider him some other way. Ibid.
Commissioners of the Stamp Office [their memorial is read] for remitting the taxes to their under officers. Ordered. (Ibid., p. 18b.)
Duke of Schonberg [petition read]. To be laid before the Queen at a reasonable time. (Ibid.)
Commissioners Stamp Duties their presentment [read] about inspecting inferior clerks in the country. The Commissioners to employ Mr. Isaacson for 3 weeks to survey those counties where abuses are most frequently committed. He is to make report to them of the observations he has made and the service he has done in that time and to be then considered both for his service and charge. (Ibid.)
Simon Sandford [petition read]. Referred to the Earl of Ranelagh and Mr. Blathwayt. (Ibid.)
Widows of slain Officers [petition read]. Refused. (Ibid.)
Fran. Standfeild [petition read]. Referred to Mr. Borrett. (Ibid.)
July 14.Baron Smith [petition read]. The standing [or dormant] privy seal has decided this matter so that the preceding judges must be paid till they were dismissed and the new judges from that time. (Ibid.)
Robt. Stephens [petition read]. Referred to Mr. Vanbrugh. (Ibid.)
The report C.C. [from the Customs Commissioners on the petition of] Philip Shales [is read]. Respited till my Lord speaks with the C[ustoms] C[ommissioners]. (Ibid.)
Mr. Vanbrugh's report [is read on the petition of] Robt. Stephens. Pay him as far as the other Messengers [of the Chamber are paid]. (Ibid.)
The report [from the] Earl of Ranelagh [is read on the petition of the] Officers of the Second Battalion of Scots Foot Guards. My Lord is not satisfied to move the Queen in this till my Lord Marlborough comes over. (Ibid.)
The Southwell Schoolmaster [petition read. My Lord orders him] to be paid to Xmas [last] out of the late King William's Civil List] arrears and to Lady day [1702] out of the Queen's [Civil List] money. (Ibid.)
July 28.Col. Colepepyr [his] letter: Read. (Ibid., 3b.)
Sarah Carlile [petition]: Read. (Ibid.)
C[ustoms] C[ommissioners'] presentment [read] for a moiety of money seized at Falmouth to be allowed to an officer. Ordered as usual. (Ibid.)
Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal [petition read]. To enquire what hath usually been done. (Ibid.)
John Cock's warrant [read]. To be paid. (Ibid.)
Carter and Street [petition read]. Let the names of the Commissioners be proposed. (Ibid.)
Outpensioners of Chelsea College [petition read]. Speak with my Lord Ranelagh about this. Ibid.