Warrant Books
May 1707, 6-10

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'Warrant Books: May 1707, 6-10', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 267-277. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90470 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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May 1707, 6–10

May 6. Treasurer Godolphin to the Earl of Sunderland. In reply to yours of the 23rd inst. I have no objection to the Transports Commissioners appointing Gilbert Wardlaw to be their agent at 300l. a year salary to go along with the transports from time to time, when they go to Lisbon or into the Mediterranean (as has been proposed by Sir Cloudesly Shovell). Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 303.
Dormant warrant by same to the Customs Cashier to pay the fee or salary of 24l. per an. to Edward Nealson as Customer of Berwick port. Out Letters (Customs) XV, p. 32.
May 6, 21, 26, 27. Warrant by same to the Customs Commissioners to employ Jonathan Williams and Nathaniel Christoson as boatmen in Deal port loco William Home and George Browne, who have relinquished.
Peter Loaden as tidesman in Plymouth port loco John Coates preferred.
John Jekyll as Collector and Surveyor at Boston in New England loco Jahleel Brent on: at 100l. per an.
Richard Wharton (a landwaiter in Liverpool port) as surveyor in Berwick port and to keep a horse and to inspect the land carriage to and from Scotland loco James Pilson removed to be collector of Fowey port.
James Croxton junr. as landwaiter at Liverpool loco said Wharton.
Adam Brown as landwaiter in London port loco Michael Arnold deceased.
John Voisey as landwaiter Plymouth port loco John Doidge who relinquished same.
Thomas Newton gent as Comptroller of Customs at Boston in New England loco Ralph Harrison deceased.
Ambrose Wade (collector and waiter at Arundel) as collector at Berwick loco Lionell Norman preferred.
Nicholas Eveligha (riding officer for the wool business and deputy controller and searcher at Littlehampton in Chichester port) to succeed said Wade as Collector and waiter at Arundel and to act for the Customer and also to be riding officer for the wool business there.
Francis Thompson as riding officer for the wool business and deputy Comptroller and searcher at Littlehampton in Chichester port loco Nicholas Eveligha.
George Bell as a tidesman in Hull port loco Darcy Conyers deceased.
George Thomas as tidesman at Newcastle loco John King who has relinquished.
Henry Lawrence as a tidesman in Plymouth port loco Robert Gamble deceased.
Thomas Dunbreck as a boatman, Guernsey loco Joseph Poole lately preferred.
William Aycock as a boatman, Sunderland port loco Michaell Potts deceased.
Joseph Philipps as a boatman, Harwich port loco Thomas King deceased.
Cuthbert Cornforth as a weigher, Newcastle port loco James Whitacre removed.
Isaac Giles, a landwaiter at Falmouth, to have his salary augmented from 30l. to 40l. per an. in like manner with the other landwaiters there. Ibid., pp. 32, 34, 38–9.
May 6. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Customs Commissioners to govern themselves and their officers by the opinion as follows of the Attorney and Solicitor General on the series of 5 Queries relating to exports and imports from Scotland ut supra pp. 256–7.
Prefixing: said Queries and statement of opinion dated May 5 by the Attorney and Solicitor General thereon ut ibid. Out Letters (Customs) XV, pp. 35–37.
Same by same to the Auditors of Imprests to make allowance to William Roberts, Paymaster of Works at Windsor Castle, of the usual items for Exchequer fees and charges etc. on passing his accounts.
Prefixing: report by said Auditors. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, p. 674.
May 7. Same by same to William Draper, Treasurer and Receiver General for the Royal Hospital at Greenwich, to pay 118l. 17s. 10½d. to John Evelyn as executor to John Evelyn, late Treasurer and Receiver General of said Hospital, being the surplusage on the said late Treasurer's account as such. Money Book XVIII, p. 460.
Money warrant dormant for 41l. 13s. 1d. per an. to William Johnson his heirs and assigns as an [assigned Banker's] annuity or yearly sum for and in lieu of the principal sum of 1388l. 11s.d. to which he is entitled, being after the rate of 3 per cent, per an. for the same, subject to be redeemed by Parliament upon repayment of a moiety of the said principal. Ibid.
Letter of direction for 47,100l. to James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad: out of Exchequer Bills authorised by the late Act 6 Anne c. 21: and is for services as follows viz.:
£ s. d.
in part of 150,000l. for the King of Portugal for the 13,000 men to be maintained by that Crown anno 1707
for account of the above subsidy generally 20000 0 0
in part of 160,000l. for the Subsidy to the Duke of Savoy anno 1707
to complete the value of 106,6662/3 Crowns at 57½ pence each for 2 months' subsidy to said Duke to Aug. 3 next; 25,000l. having been directed for same on or about April 8 last 555 11 1
in part of 445,350l. 14s. 2d. for the Forces in Spain or Portugal anno 1707
to answer several bills of exchange drawn by the Earl of Galway for the use of her Majesty's Forces in Spain and to be issued as the said bills shall become due according to certificates to be sent to the Lord Treasurer by Mr. Brydges 26544 8 11
£47100 0 0
Disposition Book XVIII, p. 276.
May 7. Letter of direction for 9245l. 15s.d. to James Brydges, Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad: out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1706 [as by the Act 4–5 Anne c. 18]: and is for services as follows viz.:
£ s. d.
in part of 222,379l. 5s. 10d. for the 10,210 men acting in Portugal anno 1706
for 2 months offreckonings of the several Regiments lately borne on the Establishment of those Forces to wit from 24 June 1706 to 24 Aug. 1706 4549 8 7
in part of the order in the name of said Brydges for the Extraordinaries of the War
to complete 19,755l. 9s. 6d. allowed by Parliament for her Majesty's proportion of the agio, bread and forage of the 12,000 Prussians from the respective times they passed the Maese [Meuse] in June 1706 to October 23 following 4696 7
£9245 15
Disposition Book XVIII, p. 276.
Same for 4762l. 19s. 4d. to John Howe, Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons: out of Contributions for Annuities anno 1707 [as by the Act 6 Anne c. 2]: and is for services as follows viz.:
£ s. d.
in part of 264,874l. 10s. 0d. for Guards and Garrisons anno 1707
for 63 days' pay Dec. 24 last to Feb. 24 last for the detachments of Brigadier Carpenter's and the Earl of Essex's Regiments in Spain 3051 6 0
for 6 months' subsistence for the Company at Bermudas from Dec. 24 last to June 24 next 330 14 2
in part of 87,125l. 10s. 0d. for 5000 men in sea service anno 1707
for the like 63 days' clearings for Mordaunt's Regiment 845 17 8
the like for Brigadier Handasyde's Regiment for same time 535 1 6
£4762 19 4
Ibid., p. 277.
Same for 7266l. 7s.d. to same: out of Contributions for annuities anno 1706 [as by the Act 4–5 Anne c. 18]: for services as follows viz.:
£ s. d.
in part of 264,874l. 10s. 0d. for Guards and Garrisonsanno 1706
for clearing the Company at Bermudas from 1705 Dec. 24 to 1706 April 24 108 4 10
for the clearings of the four Companies at New York from 1705 Oct. 24 to 1706 Aug. 24 784 6 0
for the pay of the detachments of Brigadier Carpenter's and the Earl of Essex's Dragoons in Spain from 1706 Oct. 25 to Dec. 23 2907 10 0
to complete the pay of the Garrisons to Dec. 23 last 390 0
on account of Contingencies, to satisfy the royal warrant of March 8 last for several disbursements for the Judge Advocate's Office 127 4 6
in part of 87,125l. 10s. 0d. for the 5000 men in sea service anno 1706
for clearings of Handasyde's Regiment from 25 June to 23 Dec. 1706 1703 14 3
for ditto of Mordaunt's Regiment from 25 August to 23 Dec. 1706 1223 6 11
for the respited pay of Ensign Perry of Paston's Regiment from 1705–6 Feb. 25 to 1706 June 24 as by the royal warrant of April 5 last 22 0 0
£7266 7
Disposition Book XVIII, p. 278.
May 7. William Lowndes to the Excise Commissioners [England] to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of David Ross relating to the management of the Excise in Scotland and on his fitness to be employed therein. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 303.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Customs Commissioners for an additional salary of 50l. per an. each to the 4 Examiners of Outports Quarter Book in consideration of the great increase of their business by Impositions, Subsidies and other Duties granted by Parliament: the total addition of 200l. per an. to be proportioned in manner detailed out of appropriated branches of the Customs as follows viz. :
l.
on the Impositions on Wines, Vinegar and tobacco 60
on the New Subsidy 50
on the Two Thirds Subsidy 30
on the One Third Subsidy 20
on the Coals and Culm as formerly 20
on the Impost anno 1690 10
on the Impost anno 1692–3 10
200l. per an.
Prefixing: memorial from said Commissioners on behalf of said Examiners. Out Letters (Customs) XV, pp. 31–32.
Treasury reference to the Surveyor General [of Crown Lands] of the petition of John Rayner shewing that with difficulty and at his own charge he effected the recovery of the mills and tolls of Kirkton and lands in Yaddlethorpe and in Spalding, co. Lincoln, part of the Duchy of Cornwall, which were in the hands of intruders, and since his possession has answered the rents thereof: therefore praying a lease of the premises. Reference Book VIII, p. 269.
May 7. Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant dated April 21 to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe, for the delivery to Henry Lowman of necessaries, not detailed, for the Queen's service at Kensington: to an estimate of 85l. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, p. 672.
The like of a like dated April 30 for the provision of 24 Colours with the Queen's Arms thereon to the First Regiment of Guards: to an estimate of 230l. Ibid., p. 673.
The like of a like dated April 28 for covering the throne in St. Paul's Church and for umbrellas for 2 Maids of Honour: to an estimate of 53l. Ibid.
The like of a like dated April 21 for the delivery to Peter Hume of “chairs etc.” [not detailed] for her Majesty's closet at Newmarket: likewise some furniture there to be altered : to an estimate of 242l. Ibid.
The like of a like dated April 19 for cleaning and mending tapestry hangings [not detailed] at Somerset House : to an estimate of 175l. Ibid.
The like of a like dated April 21 for several necessaries [not detailed] for the Queen's service at Somerset House and St. James's : to an estimate of 64l. Ibid.
The like of a like dated May 5 for the provision of Bibles and Common Prayer Books for the Queen's Chapels : to an estimate of 387l. Ibid.
Warrant by same to Mitford Crow, Captain General and Governor in Chief of Barbados, to take the security in 2000l. of Samuel Barwick for his due execution of the office of Receiver General of all her Majesty's rents, revenues, prizes, fines etc. in said Colony: for which office he is also to give the like security in the Exchequer in England. Ibid., p. 684.
Royal warrant dated St. James's to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to make up the pension of Brigadier Josias Vimarre from 6l. a day to 15l. a day as from Sept. 27 last in consideration of long and faithful services. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 453.
May 8. Same to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal for an annuity, yearly rent or pension of 3000l. per an. to James, Duke of Queensberry out of the Post Office revenue : during the Queen's life as from Lady day 1707 for 99 years terminable on his life : in consideration of many good, faithful and acceptable services and as a mark of royal favour. Out Letters (North Britain) II, pp. 184–5. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 186–7.
Same to Edward Harley and Arthur Maynwaring, Auditors of Imprests, to allow to Charles Bertie, in his account as late Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, the sum of 320l. (105l. in silver and 200 guineas), which between Saturday Nov. 25 and Monday Nov. 27 in 1699 was stolen when his Office in the Tower was broken open ; which was supposed to be done by the new levies and recruits then lodged in the Tower; the same being the running cash for paying small orders of the Board of Ordnance usually locked up in the press of the said Office for the more immediate despatch of the service : the facts being sworn to by William Hubbald, Bertie's chief clerk, of whose fidelity and integrity he had had long experience. Queen's Warrant Book XIII, p. 187.
May 7. Money warrant for 955l. to George Delaval; 500l. thereof for equipage and 455l. for a quarter's advance on his ordinary as Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Fez and Morocco, Taffilette and Suz etc. (Money order dated May 8 hereon). (Letter of direction dated May 16 hereon). Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 304. Order Book VII, p. 18. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 281.
May 8. Letter of direction for 5718l. 5s. 5d. to Spencer Compton : out of Civil List moneys : and is to clear the Queen's several [private] pensions and yearly sums for 1707 Lady day quarter. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 279.
William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners [England] to send the goods and furniture of the Ambassador from the Czar of Muscovy to the said Ambassador's house to be opened and viewed : as by the enclosed letter [missing]. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 303.
Same to the Excise Commissioners [England]. The Lord Treasurer approves of the list of officers you propose to be sent to Scotland. Direct them forthwith to repair to Edinburgh : viz. Mathew Powell, Supervisor of Nottingham ; Edmund Whingfeild ditto of Hereford ; Ralph Leicester ditto of Leeds ; John Pollard ditto of Lincoln ; —. Hayward formerly a supervisor now officer at Newcastle; —. Leise supervisor in Westmorland ; Richard Jesson riding collector of Settle in Westmorland ; James Gurnell collector of Long Preston in Westmorland; Christopher Smails collector of Shipton in Westmorland ; Charles Wakefeild collector of Howden in York ; John Geeythorne collector of Cullercoates in Durham ; Cuthbert Weightman riding collector of North Shields in Durham ; William Kilvington collector of Rodbary in Northumberland; Thomas Maddison second riding collector of Beverley co. Yorks. ; George Harrison riding collector of Halifax in Leeds ; John Browne second riding collector of Malton co. Yorks. ; Thomas Milner third riding collector of Leeds ; George Wake collector of Brigg co. Lincoln ; John Beal third riding collector of Hexham co. Northumberland ; Richard Williamson collector of Bury co. Lanes. ; William Broothby first riding collector of Sheffield; John Lusston collector of Ireby co. Cumberland ; Richard Nicholson riding collector of Richmond [co. Yorks.] ; Cha. Stockdale riding collector of Morpeth co. Northumberland ; John Hutchinson collector of Breadle [Bedale] in Richmond ; Lanselot Wynne riding collector of Easingwold in Richmond ; Griffith Carr, General Surveyor of the London Distilleries. Ibid., pp. 304–5.
May 9. Royal warrant dated St. James's to Treasurer Godolphin to direct the Principal Commissioners for Prizes to pay 435l. 11s. 0d. for charges and 1748l. 1s. 3d. for the moiety value to the captors of the 4 French ships St. Paul, Tryumphant, Bon Secour and Jolly, taken prize by Capt. George Camock, Commander of her Majesty's ship Speedwell and Capt. George Sanders, Commander of her Majesty's ship Shoreham and carried into Ireland, being laden with provisions and designed for the West Indies which the said Camock was ordered to convoy to the Leeward Isles and to deliver the provisions therein to Col. Parkes, Governor of those islands, in order to their being distributed by him to the poor distressed inhabitants of Nevis and St. Christopher as royal bounty to them “who had suffered very much by a descent made on those islands by the French” ; and to deliver the goods and ammunition of the said prizes to said Governor for their better defence from any future attempt of the enemy; but to sell the ships' tackle and apparel in the said islands : but soon after Camock sailed with them two of the ships viz. the St. Paul and Bon Secour were separated from him in a great storm and were unhappily stranded on the coast of Ireland. (Treasurer Godolphin's warrant dated May 19 hereon accordingly to the said Commissioners). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 184–5.
Royal sign manual for 445l. to John Smith for 89 days Jan. 31 last to April 30 last on his allowance of 5l. a day as Speaker of the House of Commons. (Money warrant dated May 21 hereon). (Money order dated May 20 hereon). (Letter of direction dated May 23 hereon). Ibid., p. 190. Order Book VII, p. 17. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 284.
Same for 322l. 10s. 0d. to John English, Marshal of the Ceremonies, 300l. thereof as a present to Count Zinzerling, Secretary to Charles III, King of Spain, and the remaining 22l. 10s. 0d. for Exchequer fees thereon. (Money warrant dated May 21 hereon). (Money order dated May 21 hereon). (Letter of direction dated May 23 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 190. Money Book XVIII, p. 464. Order Book VII, p. 25. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 284.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt to distribute and apply the sum of 57,189l. 12s.d. to Deficient Funds as follows : said sum being the income between April 11 last and May 9 inst. from branches of the revenue as follows viz. 988l. 7s.d. from Salt Duties before 1 Aug. 1706, being a surplus from the first General Mortgage [or Deficiencies Sinking Fund Scheme]; 2152l 9s. 3d. from ditto since that date ; 10l.d. from whale fins before 10 July 1706, being a surplus as above ; 192l. 11s. 10d. from ditto since that date; 16,253l. 3s. 11d. from New Customs since 31 July 1706; 635l. 19s. 9d. from Additional Impositions since that date; 375l. 2s.d. from Vellum before that date, being a surplus as above ; 1381l. 7s. 2d. from ditto since that date ; 4557l. 1s.d. from Continued Impositions before that date, being a surplus as above ; 18,370l. 14s.d. from ditto since that date ; 10,150l. from the Duty on Houses; 280l. from the Duty on Marriages, being a surplus as above; 496l. 15l.d. of loans on the first part of the 3700l. per week of the Excise; 1355l. 7s. 11d. of loans on the fifth 4s. Aid and Subsidies: the said distribution and application to be hereby as follows: viz.
The Deficiencies as computed by Act of Parliament. How they stood upon the Register the 9th May, 1707. The distribution and application hereby ordered.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Exchequer Bills 515165 4 463122 9 8 12598 0 5
First 3s. Aid 415099 0 0 423098 18 10150 19 4
Paper for Plate 15400 0 0 15400 0 0 376 11 11¼
Malt Tickets 579060 0 0 496315 0 0 14160 10 6
Leather 504438 0 0 504430 0 0 12335 19 10½
Third Quarterly Poll 212770 17 0 226770 17 0 5203 3
Third 3s. Aid 25823 2 9 31271 5 631 9 9
New East India Company 65518 0 51952 17 1602 4 0
General Society [East India] 5345 10 4245 17 11½ 130 18 10
2338628 15 2216615 6 10 57189 12
Money Book XVIII, pp. 463–4.
May 9. Letter of direction for 9000l. to Sir Thomas Littleton, the Navy Treasurer : out of loans on Malt anno 1707 : to be applied as follows viz.
l.
to the head of Wages and to be imprested to Walter Whitfeild, Paymaster of Marines, for account of pay to the Marine Regiments : and is to enable the Officers thereof to raise recruits 4000
to the head of Wear and Tear and is to be applied to the payment of bills of exchange 5000
(William Lowndes dated May 12 to the Navy Commissioners to direct payment of said 4000l. to Whitfeild accordingly). Disposition Book XVIII, pp. 277–280.
Treasury reference to the late Commissioners for Transports of the memorial of the Sieur D'Wilde, Secretary of the Admiralty of Amsterdam, relating to 10,000l. received from Mr. Harbord, Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, for providing ships in Holland for transporting Forces to Ireland and for necessary provisions in the year 1690. Reference Book VIII, p. 269.
May 10. Money warrant for 15,647l. 18s. 3d. to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery Tickets : as imprest for discharging the principal and interest due on the 75th payment of the said tickets (which is the next payment in course).
Appending: certificate by said Arnold and Samuel Wyseman of the money due to May 9 inst. on the said 75th payment
£ s. d.
principal money due thereon, abating 20l. for two benefits above 20l. each 9980 0 0
interest of 998 tickets for Lady day 1700 to 9 May 1707 being 2601 days at a halfpenny a day 5407 18 3
benefits 260 0 0
£15647 18 3
(Money order dated May 10 hereon). Money Book XVIII, p. 461. Order Book VII, p. 4.
May 10. Money warrant for 330l. to the clerks etc. of the House of Commons as follows : viz.
l.
to Culverwell Needier, Clerk Assistant to said House for his extraordinary pains and service during the last Session of Parliament 100
to John Hooks, Geo. Coles, James Courthope and Hicks Burroughs, four under clerks attending said House for writing, copying and engrossing bills etc. during the last Session 200
to Thomas Smith, Housekeeper to said House for looking to and keeping clean said House during said Session 30
£330
(Money order dated May 13 hereon). (Letter of direction dated May 23 hereon). Money Book XVIII, p. 461. Order Book VII, pp. 20–21. Disposition Book XVIII, p. 284.
Same for 157l. 8s. 9d. to Henry Ballowe and John Smith, Deputy Chamberlains for joining Tallies in the Exchequer Court, for 12,595 tallies sorted, disposed and joined without fees between Michaelmas 1706 and Easter 1707; whereof 4509 were for purchase of Annuities in 1706 and 2258 for ditto in 1707 and 5828 were tallies for loans. (Money order dated May 14 hereon). Money Book XVIII, p. 462. Order Book VII, pp. 22, 28.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Navy Commissioners to pay 592l. to Sir Thomas Knatchbull in full of his pay as late Commissary of the Musters to the two late Marine Regiments, at 20l. a day for 592 days from 1696–7 Feb. 17 (to which time he was last cleared) to 1698 Oct. 1 (the time the said Regiments were disbanded). Money Book XVIII, p. 466.
William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners [England] to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of Sir John Wolstenholme on behalf of his brother Thomas Wolstenholme relating to the management of the Customs in Scotland. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 305.
Same to same to report to the Lord Treasurer their opinion on the report of the Committee of the House of Commons appointed to enquire into the frauds committed in drawbacks for goods exported ; which I sent you in my letter of April 2 last. Ibid.
Same to the Revenue Commissioners in Ireland to pass Customs free the clothing for 250 men of Col. Whetham's Regiment, which clothing is stopped in the Customs House, Dublin. Ibid., p. 306. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 444.
Same to the Navy Commissioners to perfect forthwith [your examination of] the ledgers of Sir Edward Seymour as late Treasurer of the Navy in order to the passing of his accounts. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 306.
May 10. Same to Sir Christopher Wren to report on the enclosed memorial and estimate [missing] for repairs in the Office of Records in the Tower of London. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of John, James, David and Thomas Thomas merchants, concerning brandy bought by them from the Prizes Commissioners out of the wreck Hope of Cork, being sold to them as damaged : praying for an allowance for the salt water mixed therewith. Reference Book VIII, p. 269.
Same to the Principal Officers of the Works of the petition of Thomas Hill mason, for payment of 1164l. 3s. 3d. due to him and others for works done in and about the Horse Guards, Tilt Yard Guards and offices thereto adjoining at Whitehall from Dec. 1703 to Dec. 1706. Ibid., p, 272.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Clerk of the Pipe for a lease to John Polwheele of premises ut supra p. 155 viz. a tenement in Pengelly Prior in the manor of Trevennen alias Tremaynon co. Cornwall for 99 years terminable on the lives of him, Richard his son and Maria his wife.
Prefixing: particular and memorandum of the premises by John Tailer, deputy auditor [of the Duchy of Cornwall] and ratal thereof by the Surveyor General of Crown Lands.
Followed by: undated entry of the Treasury subscription of the docquet of this lease. Warrants not Relating to Money XIX, pp. 678–9, 684.
Treasurer Godolphin to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Edward Griffith praying to be admitted into the possession of certain lands in co. Kerry lately granted to him but which are at present in custodiam for payment of an arrear of quit rent thereon; and that he may be relieved against the said arrear. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 446.