Warrant Books
July 1708, 11-15

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'Warrant Books: July 1708, 11-15', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 22: 1708 (1952), pp. 317-326. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90616 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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July 1708, 11–15

July 12. Money warrant for 500l. to Henry Baker as imprest for Crown Law charges: whereof 479l. 19. 0 is for expenses relating to examinations of divers persons by Lords Committees of the House of Peers and by the Secretaries of State during the last Session: as by a bill thereof signed by the Earl of Sunderland. Money Book XIX, p. 296. Order Book VII, p. 156. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Same for 60334l. 19. 6 to Thomas Jett (who by Treasurer Godolphin's warrant of 1708 April 14 is appointed to register & pay the unsatisfied debentures charged upon the Irish Forfeitures) as imprest to pay 1¼ years' interest at 5 per cent per an on the said debentures: in accordance with the clause of appropriation in the late Act [6 Anne c. 73] for Continuing the Half Subsidies. (Letter of direction dated July 26 hereon for payment thereof out of funds ut supra, p. 34.) Money Book XIX, p. 297. Order Book VII, p. 168. Disposition Book XIX, p. 188.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt to reserve & apply the sum of 22651l. 5. 10 (being the overplus remaining in the Exchequer on the 24 June last of the Rates & Duties of Excise granted 4 Wm. & Mary c. 3 for 99 years, after payment of all sums charged thereon) for & towards making good such quarterly payments on the annuities purchased in pursuance of the Act of 5 Anne [6 Anne c. 2] (for settling a fund for annuities) as shall incur & grow due on or before Michaelmas 1710.
Prefixing: certificate by the Auditor of the Receipt of the said surplus at June 24 last on the Duties so granted & appropriated for the payment of annuities with survivorship & other annuities. Money Book XIX, p. 299.
Money warrants for 1380l. to Henry Earl of Galway, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, for 138 days Feb 7 last to June 24 last on his ordinary of 10l. a day.
573l. to William Chetwind, Resident at Genoa, 300l. thereof for equipage & 273l. for 3 months' advance on his ordinary of 3l. a day as from June 12 last.
1575l. to John Wych, Resident at Hamburg, for extraordinaries: of which 75l. is (with 150l. already paid him) to satisfy his bill from 19 June 1702 to 19 March 1702–3 & the remaining 1500l. is to satisfy 8 other like bills from 1703 March 30 to 1708 March 30. Money Book XIX, pp. 299–300. Order Book VII, pp. 158–9. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Appending: said bills of John Wych as her Majesty's Resident with the Hanse Towns of the Lower Saxony.
(1) from 30 March to 30 Sept 1703 new style £ s. d.
for postage of letters from England & other parts & for forwarding pacquets & letters to Denmark, Sweden & Poland 54
for correspondence, private intelligence, gazettes & printed papers 65
for stationery wares 19
for my journey to the King of Denmark while he was near Hamburg, to discharge my duty in protecting the English Company 16
£154
with: Secretary Sir C. Hedges' allowance dated Whitehall 12 Feb 1703–4 hereof. “I allow 150l. of this bill. The rest is submitted to the Lord Treasurer.”
(2) from 30 Sept 1703 to 30 March 1704 £ s. d.
for postage of letters from England and other parts and for forwarding pacquets and letters to Denmark, Sweden and Poland 63 0 0
for correspondence, private intelligence, gazettes and printed papers 52 0 0
for stationery ware 20 0 0
new year's gifts to the officers of this city [Hamburg] as usual 17 0 0
£152 0 0
with: Secretary Sir Charles Hedges' allowance dated Whitehall 5 May 1704 hereof. “I allow this bill.”
(3) from 30 March 1704 to 30 Sept
total 150l. for correspondence &c including 14l. for a journey to Lubeck about her Majesty's business.
with: Secretary Robert Harley's allowance dated 17 June 1704–5 hereof. “This bill for 6 months being within her Majesty's Regulation is allowed by me.”
(4) from 31 Sept 1704 to 31 March 1705
total 200l. for similar items of correspondence &c including 14l. for a journey to Gollop [Gottorp]; 17l. for new year's gifts to this city [Hamburg] as usual; 25l. for mourning for the Duchess of Holstein and 25l. for mourning for the Queen of Prussia: as allowed by Secretary Harley Whitehall 7 July 1705 “the mourning having been by order and the other particulars being within the established rules.”
(5) from 30 Sept [sic for Mar] 1705 to 30 Sept 1705
total 150l. for postage, correspondence, intelligence, gazettes, printed papers & stationery ware.
with: Secretary Ro. Harley's allowance dated Whitehall 16 October 1705. “I allow this bill.”
(6) from 30 Sept 1705 to 30 Sept 1706
total 400l. being 300l. for correspondence &c as above and 100l. for three journeys to Gottorp by her Majesty's order & for my journey to Eutin when I took possession of that bishopric in her Majesty's name; & for a journey to Gluckstadt to the King of Denmark to discharge my duty in protecting the English Company.
with: Secretary Ro. Harley's allowance dated Whitehall 20 November 1706 hereof. “The first article of 300l. for one year not exceeding the Establishment [for ambassadorial extraordinaries] I do allow. The other article of 100l. for 5 journeys in pursuance of directions from hence seems reasonable and is submitted to my Lord Treasurer.”
(7) from 30 Sept 1706 to 30 Sept 1707
total 300l. for postage &c as above.
with: Secretary Ro. Harley's allowance dated Whitehall 24 October 1707 hereof. “I allow this bill.”
(8) from 30 Sept 1707 to 30 March 1708
total 150l. for the like. With: Secretary Henry Boyle's allowance dated Whitehall 5 June 1708 hereof. “I allow this bill.” Money Book XIX, pp. 300–302. Order Book VII, p. 158.
July 12. Money warrant for 50l. to William Blencowe for half a year to June 24 last as Decipherer. (Money order dated July 10 hereon.) Money Book XIX, p. 300. Order Book VII, p. 167. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Same for 20l. to James Honyman, clerk, who was formerly a chaplain at New York & is now going chaplain to Rhode Island: to be for his passage to the said Island. Money Book XIX, p. 300. Order Book VII, p. 161. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Same for 20l. to the Earl of Ranelagh, Ranger of Cranbourne Chase, for one year to Lady day last for providing hay for the deer within the said chase. Money Book XIX, p. 304. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Dormant warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Auditor of the Receipt [sic for the Customs Cashier] to pay the salary of 45l. per an to John Whalley as Comptroller of Southampton port. Ibid., p. 305.
Money warrant for 51l. 12. 11½ to William Phillips for a surplusage on his account as late sheriff of Co. Leicester for the year ended 1707 Sept 29: the same arising by reason of rewards paid for apprehending John Freestone & Samuell Young for felony & housebreaking. Ibid., p. 305. Order Book VII, p. 172. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Principal Commissioners for Prizes to pay 22l. to Walter Middleton for charges laid out by him on the prize ship Francis View Chattell which was brought into Milford at the beginning of the present war before any Agent [for Prizes] had been appointed at the said port, & he having been directed by the said Commissioners to take care of the said ship and lading.
Prefixing: report by said Commissioners on said Middleton's petition & bill. Money Book XIX, pp. 316–7.
July 12. Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to Spencer Compton to pay as follows as royal bounty & pursuant to her Majesty's pleasure signified to the Lord Treasurer: viz: 25l. to Anne Edon and 20l. each to Edith College, Eliz Gellott & Rebecca Bruges alias Pride. Ibid., p. 317. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
Money order for 84l. 8. 4 to the officers, detailed, of Hampton Court for half a year to March 25 last on their several fees & allowances. The names & salaries of the officers are ut supra, Treasury Calendar, Vol. XXI, p. 303, under date 6 June 1707 save that the corrody of 3l. to Anthony Cotton and his heirs is omitted: and the two underkeepers belonging to the House Park at Hampton Court appear as Christopher Garraway and Richard Marshall, the said Marshall succeeding Jasper Bernard lately deceased & is to be accountable to Bernard's executors for the proportion of salary due from 1707 Sept 29 to the day of his death. Order Book VII, pp. 182–3.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt to innovate a lost annuity order on the survivorship No. 1092 dated 7 March 1692–3 for 14l. in the name of Thomas Howe. Ibid., p. 163.
Letter of direction for 6000l. to John Tailer on his unsatisfied order [for 20000l.] for building at Woodstock: out of any moneys in the Exchequer arising from loans on tin. Disposition Book XIX, p. 177.
Treasury reference to the Salt Commissioners of the petition of the gentlemen of the [pilchard] fishery in Cornwall concerning the 200 tons of salt lately brought into Falmouth on board 3 prizes & being thought unfit to be carried to Zeeland with any safety was removed to Penryn: therefore praying that same may be delivered to them on payment of Duty, their fishing season being near, for which there is a great want of salt. Reference Book VIII, p. 323.
Same to Mr. How & Mr. Brydges of the petition of Thomas Dummer in behalf of his late brother Cornelius Dummer, surgeon to the Commander in Chief of the Forces in Spain, for his said brother's pay from April 1705 to July 1706. Ibid., p. 324.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Queen's Remembrancer for stay of process against Charles Shales on the accounts of his father as late Commissary General of Provisions in Ireland, Auditor Harley's report thereon being now before the Lord Treasurer. Warrants not Relating to Money XX, p. 216.
The like for the like stay against William Hubbald on his accounts as late Paymaster of the Train of Artillery employed in the reduction of Ireland. Ibid., p. 220.
The like for the like stay against Phillip Papillon on his final account as late Cashier of the Victualling. Ibid.
July 12. Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin of a Lord Chamberlain's warrant dated May 19 to the Master of the Jewel House to deliver to Henry Boyle, one of the Secretaries of State, a silver box with the Queen's arms engraven on the outside; to contain the great seal: to an estimate of 7l. (In the margin: a silver box for a Treaty). Ibid.
The like of a same dated June 10 last for necessaries for the Queen's service at Windsor (crimson silk lyar to hang the looking glass “and several other necessaries” [not detailed]): to an estimate of 34l. 10. 0. Ibid.
The like of a same dated May 31 last to the Master of the Great Wardrobe to provide necessaries (not detailed) for the Removing Wardrobe: to an estimate of 116l. Ibid., p. 221.
The like of a same dated June 22 to same to deliver to Capt. Saunderson furniture, detailed, for the Peregrine galley, being the like furniture she received about 6 years since: to an estimate of 668l. viz. for the Bedchamber, a standing bed with damask as usual and all necessaries to it; a small bed in the side and curtains; a great chair, 6 stools, curtains for all the windows and a counterpt for the table. In the Cabbin a great chair which turns down in the seat for a bed with bedding & curtains as are used for such chairs: also bedding & curtains for 2 beds one on each side of the Cabbin; curtains for the windows and one close stool. In the State Room 6 beds with curtains & vallance as usual, curtains for the windows, 2 carpets, 12 chairs with cushins; likewise 2 great Bed chairs, the hangings of damask & bedding as usual; with a looking glass & a close stool. In the Captain's Cabbin 3 beds and other furniture as usual. In the Gun Room 6 beds with curtains; and for the Pages of the Backstairs between the Bedchamber and the State Room 2 beds, one with curtains, the other being close. In the Middle Room 6 leathern chairs and a carpet for the table. For the officers' cabbins 6 beds; small stores, chamber potts and basons, 1 dozen candlesticks with 12 pair of snuffers. Ibid., p. 224.
Commission by Treasurer Godolphin to John Rogers & Alexander Horton to, be Receivers General of the Duties on Houses for Co Bucks, see supra, p. 197. Out Letters (Affairs of Taxes) I, pp. 117, 178.
Treasurer Godolphin to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Charles Dering, Auditor General of Ireland, praying a regrant for the lives of him & his son of his patent for the said office (on surrender). Out Letters (Ireland) IX, p. 30.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Customs Commissioners in North Britain to employ John Keil as tidewaiter in Kirkcaldy port loco George Drummond who refuses to serve in that station.
William Whitchurch, James Johnson, Edward Elliot & Thomas Knight as additional tidesmen at Leith.
Luke Potts as a tidewaiter at Preston Pans loco Thomas Knight removed to Leith as above. Out Letters (North Britain) I, p. 395.
July 12. Warrant dormant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Receipt to pay the salaries of the Barons of the Exchequer Court in Scotland for last June 24 quarter & thenceforward quarterly in accordance with the privy seal of May 13 last, supra, p. 237. Out Letters (North Britain) I, pp. 397–8.
July 13. Royal sign manual dated Windsor Castle for 400l. to John, Lord Lovelace, Capt. General & Govr in Chief of the Province of New York: to reimburse him the fees & charges he has been at in passing his commission as such. (Money warrant dated July 13 hereon.) (Money order dated July 13.) Queen's Warrant Book XXIII, p. 400. Order Book VII, p. 165. Disposition Book XIX, p. 181.
July 14. Money order for 275l. to James, Earl of Seafield for last June 24 quarter as Chief Baron of the Exchequer Court in Scotland. Order Book VII, p. 167. Out Letters (North Britain) I, p. 412. Disposition Book XIX, p. 193.
Same for 500l. to John Smith, John Scroope, Alexander Maitland & John Clarke (being 125l. each) for last June 24 quarter's salaries as Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland. Order Book VII, p. 169. Out Letters (North Britain) I, p. 408. Disposition Book XIX, p. 193.
J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to John Howe, [Paymaster of Guards & Garrisons]. The Lord Treasurer desires you to procure the further sum of 3165l. 1. 2 to be advanced by the Bank of England at 5 per cent on the Malt tallies anno 1708 issued to you for the service of the Forces under your pay: & to apply same as follows viz. (in the margin: these tallies redeemed by letter dated 1 Oct 1708)
in part of 419608l. 18. 6 for Guards & Garrisons anno 1708 £ s. d.
for 60 days' clearings from Feb 25 last to April 24 last for Brigadier Carpenter's Regiment of Dragoons 372 14 0
for 41 days' clearings from March 15 last to April 24 last for the additional men of Brigadier Carpenter's & the Earl of Essex's Regiments 371 14 0
for 61 days' clearings from April 25 last to June 24 last “for the said Regiments” 870 7 8
for the like 61 days' clearings for Col. Townsend's Regiment 819 3 7
in part of 87125. 10. 0 for the 5000 men in sea service anno 1708
for the like 61 days' clearings for Col. Livesay's Regiment 731 1 11
£3165 1 2
The Lord Treasurer also desires you to pay 13l. 6. 0 to Lieut. Peterson of Lord Paston's Regiment: out of money received by you on Land Tax tallies & orders anno 1707: same to be for his respited pay from 1707 Aug 29 to Oct 24 which respite was removed by royal warrant of June 2 last: the same is to be placed to the account of the 5000 men in sea service anno 1707. Disposition Book XIX, p. 179.
July 14. J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to the Stamps Commissioners to permit Mr. Masters to resign his place of a stamper to his son, owing to ill health. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 440.
Same to Mr. Walpole [Secretary at War] to prepare a royal warrant for paying 200l. to Major James Allen who as Commissary of the Provisions sent with the Forces under Earl Rivers in 1706 appears to be in surplusage on his account for the said provisions for the Forces in Spain & Portugal. The said sum is to be upon account of his demands [in respect thereof but is to be] towards subsisting him whilst a prisoner in France or till he shall be enabled to make up his said account. Ibid., p. 442.
Royal warrant dated Windsor Castle to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to pay 1000l. to Henry, Earl of Grantham as royal bounty, in regard of his many faithful services: he having prayed a pension of 1000l. per an out of the revenue of Ireland but the Queen not thinking it proper to burden said revenue with such pension in consideration of the present charge thereon. Out Letters (Ireland) IX, pp. 31–2.
July 15. Money warrant for 602l. 5. 0 to Nathaniel Estwick in full (with 100l. already paid him by way of advance before his departure for St Christopher) for his services & expenses as Secretary or Chief Clerk to the Commissioners for enquiring into the state of the losses sustained by the proprietors of plantations & inhabitants within her Majesty's Island of St Christopher when the French invaded that island in 1705–6. The present payment is in full of the certain sum of 250l. directed to be paid to him by the privy seal of 31 July 1707 and of the bill of expenses as below amounting to 466l. 13. 0 as allowed by Secretary the Earl of Sunderland on the 10 July 1708. “I allow this bill except the first article which is submitted to my Lord High Treasurer” (the said first article being 14l. 8. 0 for the charge of taking out the said privy seal & for Exchequer fees &c).
Appending: bill of sums expended in the execution of said Commission after deduction of the claim of 14l. 8. 0 for Exchequer & other fees, which Treasurer Godolphin disallows “in regard articles of that nature are not accustomed to be allowed on any bills of extraordinaries by persons employed in her Majesty's service abroad.” The bill includes various sums for horse hire and messengers to the several gentlemen in Antigua named in the Commission and the like at Montserrat and St Christophers; 8l. 8. 0 to the Provost Marshal for serving several summons to the inhabitants to bring in their accounts; 15l. for the hire of a horse and negro for the several journeys made to hold courts; 20l. for the use of a house in St Christophers for 4 months; 7l. 15. 0 for going with the Commissioners to Montserrat for passing their accounts, holding court and staying there 5 days; 3l. 15. 0 to the Provost Marshal for summoning the Commissioners and recording the Commission and proceedings in the Secretary's Office at Montserrat; 4l. 4. 0 for recording the Commission and proceedings and the general abstract in the Secretary's Office at St Christophers; 118l. for charges & expenses for myself & clerk at St Christophers from 17 Nov 1707 to 14 March following being 118 days: 3l. 8. 0 for binding up the 4 volumes of accounts and 1l. 10. 0 paid to the native Irish “who assisted our landing [in Ireland on our return] when we were chased into Clanakilty Bay by 2 French privateers & helped us & the mails up the rocks and procured us horses & guides to Kinsale.” Money Book XIX, pp. 306–8. Order Book VII, p. 167. Disposition Book XIX, p. 193.
July 15. Money warrant for 547l. 11. 10 to Christopher Rhodes (as in full together with 100l. advanced as above) of 250l. for the like services and 397l. 11. 0 for a bill of expenses as Secretary or Chief Clerk to the Commissioners for enquiring into the like losses in the island of Nevis by the late invasion of the French.
Appending: bill of said expenses including 3l. to the Provost Marshal for serving several summonses to cite the inhabitants and others of Nevis to bring in their accounts; 6l. 13. 4 for expenses in going with the Commissioners of Nevis to Montserrat to have their own accounts and holding a court there; 1l. for binding up 3 volumes of accounts; 3l. for recording the Commission and a list of the names & losses of the several inhabitants of Nevis in the Secretary's Office [there]; 116l. for my own & clerk's charges and necessary expenses in horse hire &c at Nevis from 14 Nov [1707] to 14 March [following] being 116 days. Followed by: Secretary Sunderland's allowance dated Whitehall 10 July 1708 of this bill except the first article of 17l. 15. 0 for charges in taking out the privy seal of 31 July 1707 and Exchequer fees on receiving the said 100l. Money Book XIX, pp. 310–312. Order Book VII, p. 167. Disposition Book XIX, p. 193.
Warrant by Treasurer Godolphin to the Commissioners of Transports to pay 847l. 3. 4 to Edmund Dummer on his contract for transporting recruits to the islands of the West Indies, whereof 687l. 12. 4 is for transporting such recruits and 159l. 11. 0 is for freight of regimental clothing: which latter sum is to be charged upon the Regiment late under Col. Lillingston.
Prefixing: report by said Commissioners. Money Book XIX, pp. 312–3.
Money warrant for 287l. 10. 0 to William Popple junr. for last June 24 quarter's salaries for the clerks &c of the Commissioners for Trade.
143l. 7. 1 to same for incidents, detailed, for same quarter for said Commissioners. Ibid., pp. 313–4. Order Book VII, p. 165. Disposition Book XIX, p. 193.
Same for 2621l. 0. 6 and 2603l. 10. 1 to Edward Brewster & John Williams, her Majesty's printers, for printing Acts of Parliament, Proclamations, Forms of Prayer, speeches & other things as follows & for stationery ware delivered by them for the service of the two Houses of Parliament for the respective periods from Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706 and for Michaelmas 1706 to Michaelmas 1707.
Appending: bills of the deliveries of printed matter & stationery as above.
(1) for the year ended 1706 Sept 29 £ s. d.
to the Archbishop of Canterbury 807 4 9
to the Lord Treasurer 397 7 7
to the Lords of the Privy Council 88 8 6
to the Clerk of the House of Peers 518 17 11
to the Speaker of the House of Commons 65 8 1
to the Clerk of said House 398 4 7
to the Sergeant at Arms of said House 292 10 9
to the Crown Office 41 13 4
to the Hanaper Office 11 5 0
£2621 0 6
(2) A like bill for the succeeding year to the total of 2603l. 10. 1. (Letter of direction dated July 16 for same to be issued out of loans to be made by said Brewster & Williams on credit of moneys arising by the sale of tin.) Money Book XIX, pp. 315–16. Order Book VII, p. 164. Disposition Book XIX, p. 182.
July 15. J. Taylour (in the absence of William Lowndes) to Sir Thomas Littleton, Treasurer of the Navy. The Lord Treasurer desires you to procure the further sum of 22300l. to be advanced by the Bank of England or any other persons on the Land Tax tallies anno 1708 in your hands; at 5 per cent interest; and to apply same to payment of seamen's wages. Disposition Book XIX, p. 182.
Same to Mr. Clear Windham. The Lord Treasurer gives you a month's leave to go into the country on private affairs. Out Letters (General) XVIII, p. 442.
Same to Mr. Walpoole [as Secretary at War] to prepare a royal warrant for paying 100l. to Capt. Joseph Guest for his service & charge in coming post from Spain through Italy with letters to the Queen & the Earl of Sunderland from the Commander in Chief of the Forces there [in Spain]. Ibid., p. 443.
Treasury reference to the Principal Commissioners of Prizes of the petition of Lancelot Whitehall & John Mansergh et al, officers of the Customs at Deal, shewing that in 1702 they seized about Deal silver plate, bullion & goods to the value of 690l. 6. 2, one moiety whereof would have been the petitioners' but that the then Commissioners of Prizes demanded the goods as prize from Port St. Mary & Vigo and obtained an order from the Customs Commissioners to have same sent to London: therefore praying some satisfaction according to the Royal proclamation of 13 Dec 1702. Reference Book VIII, p. 302.
Same to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Pelatia Barnardiston Esqr. proposing his securities, detailed, for the place [which he prays] of Receiver General of Land Tax anno 1708 for Co Suffolk loco Samuel Pacey deceased. The like reference dated July 20 on a petition from same praying to be appointed Receiver General of the Duties on Houses for said County [in place of said Pacey] & proposing his securities. (Warrants by Treasurer Godolphin to the Queen's Remembrancer to take his securities in 42000l. for the Land Tax & 9000l. for the Duties on Houses.) [See infra, p. 426.] Out Letters (Affairs of Taxes) I, pp. 177, 178.
Same to same of the petition of William Pacy, executor of his brother the abovesaid Samuell Pacey, praying to be appointed Receiver General of Land Tax for said county [of Suffolk] in his brother's place. Ibid., p. 177.
Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin of the docquet of a royal warrant to the Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland to cease prosecution upon & to cancel & deliver up all forfeited coast bonds now or hereafter in the Exchequer, Scotland, upon its being made to appear that the ships for which the said bonds were given were driven by stress of weather into foreign parts & that the Customs for their goods were paid: & likewise to authorise the said Barons to compound all forfeited coast bonds as they think fit with regard to the offence, desert or ability of the individual, on certificate first of the payment of the Customs. Out Letters (North Britain) I, p. 401.
July 15. Subscription by Treasurer Godolphin of the docquet of a royal warrant authorising the Lord Treasurer, the Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland & the Advocate General in Scotland to compound seizures there. Ibid.
Allowance by same of the salary bill detailed of the Excise Office in Scotland for last June 24 quarter: total 1088l. 13. 1¾. Ibid., pp. 402–3.