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November 1707, 16-30

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'Warrant Books: November 1707, 16-30', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 494-504. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90487 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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November 1707, 16–30

November 17. Letter of direction for 3000l. to John Tailer, deputy to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands: out of Civil List moneys: and is in further part of his [third] order for 20,000l. for building at Woodstock [for the Duke of Marlborough]. Disposition Book XIX, p. 69.
William Lowndes to the Attorney General enclosing the report [missing] from the Agents for Taxes relating to prosecutions against the collectors and inhabitants of several parishes in co. Surrey for supers of 363l. 18s. 0d. set on them in the accounts of Nuthald and Child, late Receivers General for same. By their direction one Lucas, a surveyor of said Duties, received part thereof. Are not the said Receivers responsible for said Lucas's receipts ? Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 370.
November 18. Royal warrant dated St. James's to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal for a new Commission of Prizes, the new Commissioners to be John Evelyn, Thomas Baker, Sir Thomas Skipworth, Mathew Barton and Charles Killigrew in place of Anthony Duncomb, John Evelyn, Thomas Baker, Nicholas Pollexfen and Fleetwood Dormer, whose commission is hereby determined. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 269–70.
Letter of direction for 100l. to Spencer Compton: out of any arrears in the Exchequer applicable to the debts of the late King's Civil List: and is to be paid over by him according to such directions as he shall receive from her Majesty. (Cancelled and replaced by the letter of 1707–8 February 23; infra Treasury Calendar Vol. XXII). Disposition Book XIX, p. 69.
William Lowndes to the Attorney General to report on the enclosed draft [missing] of an appointment of Dr. Bentley to be keeper of the Cottonian Library. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 370.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to present John Dawson (who has acted as boatman at Brighthelmstone, co. Sussex, during the suspension of John Foster who is now dismissed) as boatman there. Ibid.
November 19. Royal warrant dated St. James's to Edward Nicholas to pay 600l. to Francis Horne gent as royal bounty out of the 1321l. 2s. 11¼d. imprested to said Nicholas at the Receipt out of which 721l. 2s. 11¼d. was directed on September 27 last supra p. 451. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 267.
Allowance by Treasurer Godolphin of the incidents bill of the Excise Office and Malt Office for last September 29 quarter: totals respectively 779l. 8s.d. and 463l. 11s.d. Money Book XIX, p. 112.
Letter of direction for 2000l. to William Lowndes: out of Civil List funds: for secret service. Disposition Book XIX, p. 68.
Same for 4000l. to Visct. Rialton, Cofferer of the Household: out of same: as in further part of last June 24 quarter for wages, board wages and other expenses of the Household. Ibid., p. 70.
Petition to the House of Commons from several merchants of Scotland setting forth the facts relating to their importations into England after the date of the Treaty of Union of goods imported into Scotland and owned by them there before the said date; and the seizure thereof made in England with the arrangements made with the Attorney General in order to a trial etc. ut supra pp. 369, 415; all which the petitioners conceive is contrary to the Articles of Union. [This petition was presented to the House on the 19th November and is abstracted in the Journals Vol. XV, p. 435. The note of the papers therewith as follows is not printed in the Journals.]
Prefixing: a note of the several papers relating to the proceedings about goods brought from Scotland since May 1 last.
1. A representation from the Customs Commissioners dated 26 April 1707 that the Queen's learned Counsel might be consulted what directions were to be given concerning foreign goods imported into Scotland before the Union and brought from thence after the 1st May 1707.
2. The Lord Treasurer's order of reference 29 April 1707 to the Attorney General and Solicitor General on a paper containing several queries made by the Customs Commissioners about merchandise from Scotland.
3. The report dated 5 May from the Queen's counsel thereupon; and the Lord Treasurer's warrant dated 6 May to the Customs Commissioners pursuant to the said'report.
4. A petition of several Scotch merchants to the Queen in Council setting forth that they had brought divers quantities of their effects in wines etc. from Scotland by permits, which [effects] were seized; and praying her Majesty to give directions for the unloading and delivery thereof.
5. Her Majesty's order in Council dated 21 July referring the said petition to the Lord Treasurer.
6. The Lord Treasurer's order transmitting the said petition to the Customs Commissioners; and their report thereon, together with a certificate of the warehousekeeper concerning cellars for the said wines.
7. The Lord Treasurer's report dated 28 July to the Queen in Council [thereon].
8. Her Majesty's order thereupon to the Attorney and Solicitor General to call the parties concerned before them and endeavour to settle such a method of proceedings as might be most expeditious for bringing the matter to an easy and proper determination.
9. A report from the Attorney General and Solicitor General to my Lord Treasurer dated 18 August of their proceedings upon the said order of Council.
10. A warrant from my Lord Treasurer to the Customs Commissioners dated 19 August (made upon the said [No. 9] report) for the delivery of the goods contained in a list thereto annexed in the method agreed upon between the said Attorney and Solicitor General and the parties concerned.
11. Another warrant from the Lord Treasurer dated 8 September to the Customs Commissioners (upon a verbal representation from the Attorney General that other ships were arrived or might arrive with goods under like circumstances) directing them to govern themselves as to these goods in like manner as to what was contained in the ships named in the list appended to the Lord Treasurer's former warrant of 19 August.
Followed by: a tabular statement giving an abstract of brandy, wines etc., imported into England from the respective ports, detailed, of North Britain as above. [In this statement the list of ships is practically identical with that supra p. 415 under date August 19 but the present statement contains details of their ladings]. Out Letters (North Britain) I, pp. 180–2, 186–8,
November 19. Privy seal for 1000l. as equipage and 10l. a day as ordinary to Henry, Earl of Galway, as Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 326.
Treasury reference to the Victualling Commissioners of the petition of the merchants of London, owners of several ships which are lett [by them for hire] into the Victualling service to Lisbon and Jamaica, setting forth the great disappointment and discouragement they are under in not having convoys for their ships for many months after the time they are to be ready under their contracts with the Victualling; having no allowance for demurrage; and the bills that have been delivered them towards that service are at 20 per cent. discount, carrying no interest as other Victualling bills do: therefore praying allowance of demurrage and interest. Reference Book VIII, pp. 284–5.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Sir Robert Cotton and Sir Thomas Frankland, the Postmasters General, to pay to Edmund Dummer the money due at October 25 last on his contract for the West India pacquet service without any abatement or deduction. Warrants not Relating to Money XX, p. 88.
November 21. Money warrant for 16,362l. 18s. 11½d. to Nehemiah Arnold, Paymaster of Malt Lottery Tickets: for the principal and interest due on the 83rd payment on the said tickets due this day.
Appending: Certificate of said principal etc.
£ s. d.
principal money after abating 50l. for 5 benefits above 20l. each 9950 0 0
interest at ½d a day each ticket on 995 tickets from 1700 Lady day to 1707 November 21 being 2797 days 5797 18 11½
Benefits 615 0 0
£16362 18 11½
Money Book XIX, p. 113. Order Book VII, p. 76.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt to distribute and apply the sum of 51,557l. 1s. 3d. to Deficient Services as follows: the said sum now representing the receipts between October 24 and November 21 inst. from branches of the revenue as follows: viz. 3500l. 18s. 7d. from Salt since 31 July 1706; 13,890l. 17s. 11d. from New Customs since said date; 1252l. 6s.d. from Additional Impositions since same date; 97l. 3s. 0d. from Vellum before 1706 August 1 being a surplus from the first General Mortgage [or Deficiencies scheme]; 2771l. 17s. 8d. from ditto since 1706 July 31; 600l. 2s. 3d. from Continued Impositions before said date, being a surplus as above; 17,050l. 5s.d. from ditto since that date; 1772l. 1s. 3d. from Marriages, being a surplus as above; 10,621l. 8s. 3d. from Houses: 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 21st day of Nov., inst. The distribution and application hereby ordered.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
Exchequer Bills 515165 4 348237 9 8 11357 5
First 3s. Aid 115099 0 0 423098 18 9051 4
Paper Duties 15400 0 0 15400 0 0 339 10
Malt Tickets 579060 0 0 413725 0 0 12765 17 5
Leather Duties 504438 0 0 461438 0 0 11120 15
Third Quarterly Poll 212770 17 0 226770 17 0 4690 14
Third 3s. Aid 25823 2 9 27771 6 569 5 10½
New East India Company 65518 0 38837 6 1444 8 0
General Society (East Indies) 5354 10 3174 0 118 0 11
2338628 15 1994452 17 9 51557 1 3
Money Book XIX, pp. 119–120.
November 21. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Rowland Holt, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs, to observe such rules and instructions from time to time as he shall receive from the Customs Commissioners relating to the General Accounts of the Customs: the Lord Treasurer thinking it highly conducive to the public service that all possible care and despatch should be used in the framing, making up, adjusting, keeping and passing of the said General Accounts. If greater trouble or charge result therefrom to the said Comptroller, consideration shall be had thereof. Out Letters (Customs) XV, p. 71.
November 22. William Lowndes to the Commissioners of Transports to pay 116l. 10s. 2d. to Edmund Dummer upon his contract for transporting 22 men of Col. Handasyde's Regiment to the West Indies. Disposition Book XIX, p. 71.
J. Taylour to the Customs Commissioners [England] to report on the petition of Mr. Wallace et al. as follows.
Appending: Supplication to the Queen from James Wallace and Robert Sinclair, supercargo and master of the ship Industry of Leith, with concourse of the merchants of Glasgow, owners thereof, shewing that by casualties of wind etc. they could not bring their brandies to Scotland before May 1; an advice boat was therefore sent with orders to discharge her from landing in Scotland but the same storm which drove the ship into the mouth of the Clyde prevented the advice boat from reaching the ship. Thereupon the ship and cargo were seized by Sir John Shaw of Greenock. On a trial in the Exchequer we superseded defence rather on the legal ground that we had our clearance from a lawful port and had not broken bulk nor touched ground in Scotland (being resolved with the first fair wind to carry the cargo to some foreign port) or upon ground of misfortune and ignorance but chose rather to throw ourselves on your Majesty's compassion. All the time of our ship's clearance and going off we were altogether ignorant of the laws of England which after the 1st of May because the laws of Scotland. We have not been in the least blamed for embezzlement and in time coming we for ever resolve to observe the laws according to the strictest rules of a regular and fair trade and the total loss of our ship would be ruinous to our poor families. Out Letters (North Britain) I, pp. 182–4.
November 24. Allowance by Thomas Godolphin of the incidents bill, detailed, of the Prize Office for half a year to June 24 last: total 1129l. 7s. 10d. Money Book XIX, p. 114.
Letter of direction for 198l. to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works: out of Civil List moneys: to be paid over to Michael Studholme, Surveyor of her Majesty's Roads, for repairing the road between Hyde Park Gate and Kensington House Gate, containing 510 foot in length, 28 foot in breadth and 2½ foot thick. Disposition Book XIX, p. 70.
J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the Customs Commissioners enclosing the proposal from the East India Company relating to the bond for the Herbert galley. The Lord Treasurer thinks this may be an expedient as to that ship only and is in hopes that before the Company have occasion to send out any more ships the law may be so explained as that there may no further difficulties arise for the future in relation to the bonds to be given for any East India ships.
Appending: Note of said proposal. “The Court of Managers for the United East India Company have granted licence to Capt. Richard Chadsley, Commander of the Herbert galley, to carry out for himself and mariners 230l. in foreign bullion; to Mr, William Salladine and Mr. Richard Wilmer, two of their supercargoes, 200l. in foreign bullion and to Mr. Gabriel Reau third supercargo 40l. in foreign bullion. The Court of Managers are content to give security in 10,000l. for their own goods and that the Capt. and the others should give security for what [is] licenced them.” Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 370.
William Lowndes to Mr. Whitfeild, Paymaster of the Marines, to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of the Master, Wardens and Society of the Art and Mystery of Apothecaries, London, praying payment of 280l. due to them for medicines delivered on shore at Gibraltar for the use of the Garrison and of the detachment of Marines left there by the directions of Sir George Rooke, the Admiral. Ibid., p. 371.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Customs Commissioners to give 6 months leave to Samuell Cox, one of the Commissioners for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, to come to England for his health, leaving Thomas Beckles in his place.
Prefixing: report by said Commissioners on said Cox's petition. Out Letters (Customs) XV, p. 68.
Treasury reference to the Victualling Commissioners of the petition of Samuel Shepheard, junr., of London, merchant, shewing that he has contracted with the Navy Board to furnish with wine, oil and other provisions her Majesty's ships that should [happen to] come to Leghorn or Genoa, but his bills amounting to 5670l. 6s. 0d for that service, drawn on the Victualling Commissioners, are not paid, the Commissioners alleging they have no money to satisfy the same: therefore praying that money may be directed for that service and that interest may be allowed till date of payment. Reference Book VIII, p. 285.
November 24. Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Nath. Hunt and Francis Moult, executors of Richard Hunt who in 1691 was surety for John Clerk, collector of Customs at Boston in Lincolnshire, who died in 1702 [indebted to the Crown] and petitioners are now prosecuted on said Richard's bond though he died in 1694 and they have distributed his estate. Reference Book VIII, p. 285.
Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant dated November 11 inst. to the Master of the Jewel Office for the delivery to the Earl of Sunderland of 3 silver boxes to contain the great seal: to an estimate of 21l. Warrants not Relating to Money XX, p. 88.
The like of a same dated June 10 last to same for delivery to Lady Frechville of a piece of gold plate of the value of 100l. as a gift from her Majesty for a horse race in Yorkshire for the year 1707. Ibid.
November 25. Royal sign manual for 600l. to John Holden, Consul at Faro in Portugal: without account: for 6 bills of his charges and disbursements in her Majesty's service. (Money warrant dated December 4 hereon). (Money order dated 1708 April 10 hereon). (Letter of direction dated December 3 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 276. Money Book XIX, p. 134. Order Book VII, p. 131. Disposition Book XIX, p. 75.
Royal warrant to Treasurer Godolphin to pay 605l. to Thomas Rymer and Awnsham Churchill: 42l. thereof to said Rymer, Historiographer Royal, for correcting and transcribing 42 supernumerary sheets (over and above his contracts) which were added to the 4th and 5th vols. of “Leagues and Treaties” and 63l. to said Churchill for printing said supernumerary sheets: and 500l. to them jointly in accordance with the articles of agreement made November 3 last between them and Peter Hume for transcribing a sixth volume of the said Leagues and Treaties and printing 250 copies thereof. (Money warrant dated December 3 hereon). (Money order dated January 10 hereon). (Letter of direction dated December 3 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 279. Money Book XIX, p. 113. Order Book VII, p. 103. Disposition Book XIX, p. 75.
Same to the Postmasters General to admit Elizabeth Atkinson (widow, now a prisoner in Lancaster Castle) to compound at 5s. in the £ for her debt of 73l. 17s. 3d. as Deputy Postmistress of Lancaster in 1688, for which she has lain some time in said prison: the inhabitants of Lancaster having collected said composition for her in consideration of her mean circumstances. Ibid., p. 289.
Money warrant for 408l. 4s. 0d. to John Child for extraordinary charges in his receipt as late Receiver General of Taxes for Wilts, on various taxes from 1695 to 1704. Money Book XIX, p. 115. Order Book VII, p. 96. Disposition Book XIX, p. 96.
Letter of direction for 3819l. 9s. 0d. to William Lowndes: out of Civil List moneys: for secret service. Disposition Book XIX, p. 72. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 371.
November 25. William Lowndes to Mr. Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, to apply (out of moneys come to your hands on tallies and orders on the Land Tax anno 1707 issued to you about 27 December 1706 for service of the Guards and Garrisons) the sum of 3056l. 14s. 8½. for services as follows: viz.
£ s. d.
in part of 264,874l. 12s. 0d. for the Guards and Garrisons anno 1707
for 61 days' pay for the Garrisons from 1707 August 25 to October 24 2386 15
in part of 5000l. for Invalids anno 1707
for pay for same time to the four Companies of Invalids 669 19 8
£3056 14
Disposition Book XIX, p. 76.
Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin for the execution of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant dated September 26 last to the Master of the Great Wardrobe for the provision of glass sconces and chimney glasses for her Majesty's service at Kensington: to an estimate of 17l. Warrants not Relating to Money XX, p. 89.
The like of a same dated September 19 to same for the delivery to Mr. Lucas, Chapel Closet Keeper, of 2 large chests to carry the books and cushions upon [the Queen's] progresses: to an estimate of 12l. Ibid.
The like of a same dated September 26 to same for varnishing the tables and stands etc. at St. James's: to an estimate of 35l. Ibid.
The like of a same dated November 13 to same for the delivery to Mr. Lowman of furniture for Mrs. Masham's lodgings at Kensington: to an estimate of 129l. Ibid.
The like of a same dated November 11 to same for the delivery to John Warner, Master of her Majesty's Barges, of liveries for himself and 48 royal watermen for the year 1707: to an estimate of 353l.: and for 6 pensionary watermen: to an estimate of 20l. Ibid.
November 26. Royal sign manual for 20,000l. to William Lowndes: out of Civil List moneys: for secret service. (Money warrant dated November 26 hereon). Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 268. Order Book VII, p. 76.
Royal warrant dated Kensington to John How, Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons, to pay 225l. to Gregory King, Secretary to the Office of Comptrollers of Army Accounts, for salaries of his clerks etc. and office rent and incidents for last September 29 quarter: being the sum which would have incurred and become payable to the said Comptrollers for the said purposes (under the royal sign manual of 1703 September 17 supra Treasury Calendar, vol. XVIII, p. 406) in case the said Office had not been vacant as it is now and has been for some time but the business thereof has none the less been attended by the secretary and clerks and officers and it is necessary that same should be paid notwithstanding the said vacancy. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 271.
November 26. Royal warrant dated St. James's to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for 500l. per an. to Alice Hill as a Gentlewoman of the Bedchamber to the Queen: as from September 1 last the date on which she was sworn into the said place or quality. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 271–2.
Same to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, to pay 7000l. for the present year to 24 December 1707 “or to or for any former year or years” for the maintenance and support of the pensioners of Chelsea College: the Queen being informed that the fund set apart for the support of said Hospital, and for the pensioners commonly called outpensioners qualified to be provided for therein, does fall short of answering the said charge by reason of the great number of non-commissioned Officers and soldiers who in this time of war by wounds etc. are certified as qualified and accordingly admitted to pensions there; and her Majesty being desirous that such indigent and disabled persons should be under no streights or necessities for want of such pensions or rewards as they are qualified to receive by means of such certificates and admissions: nevertheless the Queen's intention is that the said 7000l. hereby directed to be applied in aid of the fund appointed for said Hospital and pensioners shall be accounted as paid out of the savings by respits or otherwise on the Establishment of the Guards and Garrisons for this or any former year or years. Ibid., p. 290.
Money order for 25l. to Sir Charles Cotterell, kt. Master of the Ceremonies, for 1707 Lady day quarter on his allowance in lieu of bills. Order Book VII, p. 80.
Letter of direction for 6000l. to the Duke of Montague, Master of the Great Wardrobe: out of Civil List moneys: to be payable by 1000l. a week beginning this week. Disposition Book XIX, p. 72.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of William Hodges for a non pros to the information against the ship Nuestra Senora de las Reyes which was condemned as prize at Cadiz and sold to petitioner and laden by him with fruit etc. from Malaga to London, being English built but sailed with Spaniards. Reference Book VIII, p. 285.
Same to same of the petition of John Ball, Collector of Ipswich port, praying warrant for his salary of 100l. per an. Ibid.
November 27. Royal warrant, dated St. James's, to Spencer Compton, Paymaster of the Queen's [private] pensions and annual bounties, to pay a pension of 100l. per an. to Elizabeth Farthing, spinster: as from 1707 June 24 during pleasure. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 274.
November 28. Same to Visct. Fitz-Hardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber, to pay 35l. 9s.d. to Lord Edward Russell, Treasurer of the Chamber to Wm. III; 6l. 9s. 10¼d. thereof for the surplusage on his final account ended 1704 November 25 and the remaining 28l. 19s. 0d. for fees and charges in passing his said account. Ibid., p. 272.
November 28. Same to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for 40,000l. to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works: out of Civil List moneys: as imprest for the service of the Works. (Money warrant dated 1707–8 January 7 hereon. This warrant quotes the privy seal as dated November 29). (Money order dated 1707–8 January 8 hereon). Ibid., p. 273. Money Book XIX, p. 143. Order Book VII, p. 100.
Same to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal to appoint John Henley as Receiver General of Prizes, loco John Brewer whose patent is to be hereby determined. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, pp. 274–5.
Same to Treasurer Godolphin to pay 10,800l. to Sir David Nairne as imprest to pay the Forces in North Britain: it appearing that the moneys already ordered to be advanced for that service are not sufficient (with the funds applicable there) to defray the same to the end of the present year and the Queen thinking it absolutely necessary for the preserving the public peace that they be well and duly paid. (Money warrant dated December 1 hereon). (Money order dated December 1 hereon). (Letters of direction dated December 4 hereon for 2000l., December 11 for 2000l.; December 31 for 4000l.; and 1707–8 January 20 for the remaining 2800l.) Ibid., p. 275. Out Letters (North Britain) I, pp. 191–3, 208. Order Book VII, p. 77. Disposition Book XIX, pp. 75, 86, 95. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 375.
William Lowndes to the Navy Commissioners. When the Russia merchants attended the Lord Treasurer on the 19th inst. on the subject of their petition (which had been sent to you) touching their contract with you for 2400 tons of hemp, his Lordship told them they ought to comply with their contracts and that he would enquire what equitable considerations might be had of their losses. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 271.
November 29. Privy seal dated “at our Palace of Westminster” for 500l. to Major General William Cadogan for his equipage and 5l. a day as ordinary as Envoy Extraordinary to the States General “and as Plenipotentiary in the negotiations we are entered into in concert with other princes and states for what relates to the common interest”: the said ordinary to commence from November 1 inst. Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 291.
Money warrant for 500l. to William Borret as imprest for Crown Law charges. Money Book XIX, p. 116. Order Book VII, p. 79. Disposition Book XIX, p. 74.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Excise Commissioners to pay 100l. to James Whiston for services relating to overproof brandies. Money Book XIX, p. 118.
William Lowndes to Thomas Woolley. The Lord Treasurer will be ready to speak with the Committees of the two East India Companies about their Union next Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Treasury Chambers. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 271.
November 29. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Principal Commissioners for Prizes to appoint Richard Norris as one of the Sub-commissioners for Prizes at Portsmouth, loco Paul Burrard who has lately resigned the said employment. Warrants not Relating to Money XX, p. 89.
Treasurer Godolphin to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of Sir Roger Bradshaigh touching 147 men detached from his Regiment to complete several Regiments and praying repayment of 588l. for his charge in clothing the like number of recruits. Out Letters (Ireland) IX, p. 14.
Same to same to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of Col. Humphrey Gore praying to be repaid 628l. expended by him in recruiting and clothing 157 men similarly detached from his Regiment. Ibid., p. 15.