Warrants for the Payment of Money
1735, January-March

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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1735, January-March', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3: 1735-1738 (1900), pp. 98-106. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91822 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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1734–5.
Jany. 2
John Hedges.2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., XV. p. 12.
Jany. 8Claudius Rondeau.10000One year's extraordinaries, detailed, as resident in Muscovy.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 448–9.
10000One year's extraordinaries, detailed, as resident in Muscovy.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 448–9.
10000One year's extraordinaries, detailed, as resident in Muscovy.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 448–9.
10000One year's extraordinaries, detailed, as resident in Muscovy.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 448–9.
Alured Popple, secretary to the Commissioners for Trade.287100Clerks'salaries and incidents for Board of Trade, 1734, Christmas quarter.Ibid., 449.
43268
Duke of Montagu.20,00000Imprest for the Great Wardrobe.Ibid.
Samuel, Lord Masham, King's Remembrancer, or Charles Taylor, his deputy.5424Parchment books, &c., anno 7 George II., for the entries of the Surveyor General of Customs, London Port.Ibid., p. 450.
Same. - -437810Same for the outports.Ibid., p. 451.
Same. -45120Fees heretofore usually paid him by the Customers of the several ports of England and Wales.Ibid., p. 450.
Fishermen of Great Yarmouth.160001 year's excise of strong beer for the North Sea fisheries.Ibid., p. 451.
Hawkers and Pedlars Office establishment.44500Christmas quarter's salary bill.Ibid., XXXVII. p. 38.
Civil List, Scotland.8,961181Same quarter's establishment.North Britain Book XI. pp. 195–9.
Salt Establishment, ibid.62500Same.Ibid., pp. 200–3.
Customs Establishment, ibid.6,10120Same.Ibid., pp. 204–18.
Peter Buck -6100As Customer of Chichester Port.Customs Book XIV. p. 68.
per an.
Jany. 8Treasurer of Christ's Hospital.18550Half-year to 1734 Christmas, annuity to the Mayor, &c., of London for the children of that foundation.Money Book XXXVII. p. 118.
Charles Fitzroy.6228Same, salary as keeper of His Majesty's Tennis Courts.Ibid.
Henry Holt Henley.52121Same, as Clerk of the Pipe.Ibid., p. 119.
David Casley.4100Same, as Deputy Keeper of the Cotton Library.Ibid.
John Spencer and Hugh Andrews.211501734, Christmas quarter as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid., p. 204.
18501734, Christmas quarter as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid., p. 204.
Nicholas Paxton.100006 months to Dec. 22, perusing and observing on pamphlets, &c.Ibid., p. 75.
Jany. 9James Vernon, Temple Stanyan, Walter Cary and William Sharpe.250001734, Christmas quarter's salaries as clerks of the Privy Council.Ibid., p. 81.
Same10000Same, attending business of Board of Trade and Plantations.Ibid.
Commissioners for Taxes.15000Same quarter's salaries.Ibid., p. 107.
House Duties establishment, detailed.677100Same quarter's salary bill.Ibid., p. 108.
Taxes Commissioners.971510½Same quarter's incidents.Ibid. p. 301.
John Shepherd.2,90000Expended by His Majesty's order and for his service.Order Book XV. p. 510.
Taxes Commissioners.1234House duties incidents 1734, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXVII. p. 281.
Jonathan Forward.62500For transporting to Virginia, on board the “Caesar,” 125 felons, detailed, from Newgate and 21 felons, detailed, from the gaols of Hertford, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Bucks.Ibid., pp. 446–7.
10500For transporting to Virginia, on board the “Caesar,” 125 felons, detailed, from Newgate and 21 felons, detailed, from the gaols of Hertford, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Bucks.Ibid., pp. 446–7.
Jany. 13Sir Theodore Janssen.13000Royal bounty to John Walton and fees.Order Book XVI. p. 10.
King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 379.
16170Royal bounty to John Walton and fees.Order Book XVI. p. 10.
King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 379.
Jany. 15Henry Woodin.4000Reward for arrest of persons concerned in the rescue of Walter and Bigg.Customs Book XIV. pp. 72–3.
George Woodward.43500Ordinary to 1734, Christmas, and extras as Envoy Extraordinary in Poland.Money Book XXXVII. p. 452.
10000Ordinary to 1734, Christmas, and extras as Envoy Extraordinary in Poland.Money Book XXXVII. p. 452.
Francis Whitworth.5000Half-year due 1734, Michaelmas, as Surveyor General of Woods.Ibid., p. 50.
Lieut. Gen. Wade360150Building a stable and guardhouse in the barracks at Ruthven, in Scotland.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 413–4.
Wm. Forbes50001734, Christmas quarter, as Governor of Montserrat.Order Book XVI. p. 4.
Jany. 16Horatio Walpole, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.1,30000Ordinary as such to 1734–5, January 9.
Appending:—Certificate of his departure on his employment on Friday, July 12, 1734.
Money Book XXXVII. pp. 452–3.
Jan. 16Francis Whitworth, Surveyor General of Woods.1,30000Expenses in Windsor Forest and Hyde Park and other allowances.Money Book XXXVII. p. 453.
Col. Roger Handasyde, Lieut. Governor of Minorca.2,640134To complete his contract for bedding for Minorca Garrison.
Appending:—Lord Midleton's certificate.
King's Warrant Book XXXI. pp. 417–8.
103166To complete his contract for bedding for Minorca Garrison.
Appending:—Lord Midleton's certificate.
King's Warrant Book XXXI. pp. 417–8.
Wine Licences Establishment.577100Salary bill, 1734 Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXVII. p. 6.
Same809Incidents for 1734, same quarter.Ibid., p. 447.
Jan. 21Joshua Pembroke.21117Overpayment on shilling aid 1733 to be repaid to account of 13th 2-shilling aid, 1734.Order Book XVI. p. 13.
Richard Reddall.1924Same on shilling aid 1732 to be repaid to account of same, 1733.Ibid.
Jan. 29Edward Byam.10000Half-year due 1734–5, January 28, as Lieut. Governor of Antigua.Ibid.
Jan. 30William Richards.40000To meet a bill of exchange drawn from abroad for His Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 414.
Order Book XVI. p. 8.
28120To meet a bill of exchange drawn from abroad for His Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 414.
Order Book XVI. p. 8.
Trustees for Establishing Colony of Georgia.60000Assisting foreign Protestants, Swiss, Grisons, and Germans, to Savannah and Purysburgh, in Georgia.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 415.
Josiah Wordsworth.80000To meet a bill of exchange drawn from Stockholm for His Majesty's special service, and fees thereon.Ibid.
4920To meet a bill of exchange drawn from Stockholm for His Majesty's special service, and fees thereon.Ibid.
Feb. 4J. Scrope -5,75000Secret Service.Ibid., p. 283.
Feb. 6John Conduitt20,00000Imprest for the Mint.Ibid., p. 78.
Feb. 7John Hedges - -2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., p. 2.
Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House of Commons.1,00000Usual royal allowance towards providing his equipage as such.Ibid., p. 424.
Wm. Bowles, Solicitor to the Exchequer Court, Scotland.40000Upon account to defray charge of criminal prosecutions in Scotland.North Britain Book XI. p. 220.
Wm. Maple, gent., Keeper of the new Parliament House, Dublin.7000Salary as such in lieu of certain profits from the use of the old Parliament House, Dublin, out of sessions, and of rents of divers houses now pulled down, enjoyed by his predecessors.Irish Book IX. p. 55.
per an.
Lady Kath: Jones.10000Pension during pleasure, from 1734, March 25, in continuation of the pension granted from 1713, March 25, for 21 years.Ibid., p. 56.
per an.
Feb. 10Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100Out of the late Queen's arrears, in full of 21l. due at Midsummer, 1714, on their perpetuity of 42l. per an.Money Book XXXVII. p. 454.
Feb. 10Provost and Fellows of Eton College.9117Out of late King's arrears, due at June 11, 1727, on their perpetuity of 42l. per an.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 454.
Messenger of the Press.3285Buying up and getting marked for evidence all pamphlets, &c., published 1734, Sept. 28 to Dec. 26.Letter Book XIX. p. 360.
Feb. 12Augustus Schutz, Master of the Robes.636137Expense of Office of Robes 1734, Christmas quarter.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 423.
Sieur Christian August de Johan.50000Royal bounty as Resident from the King of Denmark, and fees thereon.Ibid., p. 425.
45113Royal bounty as Resident from the King of Denmark, and fees thereon.Ibid., p. 425.
Feb. 13John Lawton and Henry Ballowe, deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer.40001734 Michaelmas and Hilary Terms, sorting and ordering records.Order Book XVI. p. 17.
Sir John Smith.8510Overpayment on account as Sheriff of Somerset.Money Book XXXVII. p. 32.
Edmund Morgan.17123Same as same of Bedford.Ibid.
Sir Wm. Chapple and five others.10000Hilary term as Welsh Justices.Order Book XVI. p. 17.
each.
John Birch2500Same as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Ibid.
Nicholas Paxton.1,50000Crown law expenses.Money Book XXXVII. p. 19.
Edward Jones -40000Royal bounty.King's Warr Book XXXI. p. 416.
Wm. Richards -1,20000To meet two bills of John Leonard Solicoffre, detailed, drawn from Africa.
Appending:—Details of Solicoffre's previous bills.
Ibid., pp. 421–2.
70170To meet two bills of John Leonard Solicoffre, detailed, drawn from Africa.
Appending:—Details of Solicoffre's previous bills.
Ibid., pp. 421–2.
Francis, Earl of Godolphin.3,00000Pension, to date from 1734–5, January 8th.Ibid., p. 435.
per an.
Henry, Earl of Pembroke.2,00000Annuity or pension (over and above 1,000l. per an., payable in the office of Cofferer of the Household) to him as Groom of the Stole.Ibid., p. 436.
per an.
Baron Sporcken.30000Royal bounty.Ibid.
Treasurer of the Navy.1,000,00000Imprest for the Navy and Victualling.Ibid., p. 438.
Bank of England (warrant marked cancelled).18,58094Premios on circulating 2,164,300l., in Exchequer bills, detailed, 1734, Oct. 25, to 1734–5, Jan. 24.Money Book XXXVII. p. 347.
Thomas Lowther1,50000His Majesty's service.Ibid., p. 271.
1,50000His Majesty's service.Ibid., p. 271.
Lord Lynn -175001734 Christmas quarter as Master of His Majesty's Jewels.Ibid., p. 90.
Excise Establishment, Scotland.1,866100Same quarter.North Britain Book XI. pp. 221–3.
Same - -33821Incidents, same quarter.Ibid., pp. 223–4.
John Benn, Sheriff of Cumberland.4000Rewards paid for arrests.Money Book XXXVII. p. 410.
Feb. 13Henry Montague, Sheriff of Sussex.4000Rewards paid for arrests.Money Book XXXVII. p. 410.
Roger Tuach, same of Herts.4000SameIbid.
Thos. Welman, same of Somerset.4000SameIbid.
Wm. Bassett, same of Glamorgan.4000SameIbid.
Post Office1,055169Incidents, detailed, for 1733, Michaelmas and Christmas quarters, and 1734, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., pp. 466–72.
1,83710
Francis Sorrell, late Solicitor and Correspondent in London for the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland.139112In full of all demands for salary, incidents, &c, unpaid at the time of his dismissal.Irish Book IX. pp. 57–8.
John Campbell -40 marks per an.Dormant warrant for salary as Governor of Milford Haven.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 454–5.
Earl Waldegrave, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to France.1,30000Ordinary for quarter ended 1734, Dec. 16.Ibid., p. 455.
Executors of Francis Colman.1,37156Arrears and extras, detailed, as late Resident at Florence.Ibid., pp. 455–6.
Philip Sharpe, gent.30000Under-clerks of the Privy Council, for 1 year's writing to the Lord Lieutenants, &c.Ibid., p. 457.
Hawkers and Pedlars Commissioners.17302Incidents, detailed, for 1734, Christmas quarter.Ibid., p. 458.
Feb. 14Joshua Sharpe -618160Fees in passing the Commission for the survey of the offices and fees of the Courts of Justice in England and Wales, and the 6 commissions for same for the 4 Courts in Westminster Hall, the Assizes in the Home Circuit, the Prerogative Court, and other Civil Law Courts.Order Book XVI. p. 9.
Trustees of Wm. Strode, an infant.6,78400Purchase of the Lambhay at Plymouth by the Crown.Ibid., p. 10.
[Feb. 19?]Attorney and Solicitor General.Usual fees for reports, viz., 3 guineas each and 10s. to their clerks for each report.Letter Book XIX. p. 362.
Joseph Bell, Comptroller of the Post Office.3600Buying up all newspapers published in England outside the bills of mortality, and in North Britain and Ireland, for the year ended Michaelmas last.Ibid., p. 363.
Feb. 22Paymaster of the Forces.1,000,00000Imprest for the Forces 1735 (“Let this order be executed as to the residue remaining unsatisfied thereupon. Whitehall Treasury Chambers, 20 May, 1735.”)King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 437.
Order Book XVI. p. 14.
Feb. 24Earl of Warwick.200001734, Christmas quarter's pension.Money Book XXXVII. p. 93.
Feb. 25Thos. Porter3556Overpayment in account as Sheriff of Nottingham.Ibid., p. 32.
Raymond Blackmore.14116Same as same of Sussex.Ibid.
Robert Cary, John Pugh, Wm. Lindsay.2000Passage money as Ministers respectively to Jamaica, Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania.Ibid., p. 37.
each.
Lord Hobart, Treasurer of the Chamber.60,00000Imprest for the office of Treasurer of the Chamber.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 224.
Commissioners of Trade.2,000001734 Christmas quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXVII. p. 302,
Nicholas Paxton.25000Half-year due 1734, Dec. 22, as Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury.Ibid., p. 73.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, Edmund Ball, Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.750,00000Imprest to discharge in due course the like principal in Exchequer bills on malt, 1734.Ibid., p. 457.
Earl of Essex, Ambassador to the King of Sardinia.870001734, Christmas quarter's ordinary.Ibid., p. 460.
Benjamin Keene.69600Same as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.Ibid.
Thomas Robinson.43500Same as Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany.Ibid.
Edward Finch43500Same as Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden.Ibid.
James Lord Tyrawley.43500Same as same to Portugal.Ibid.
Arthur Stert and John Goddard.43500Same as Commissaries to treat with those of Spain on matters arising by the Treaty of Seville.Ibid., p. 461.
each.
Martin Bladen, Samuel Tufnell, John Drummond.34800Same as Commissaries to treat with those of the Emperor and the States General.Ibid.
each.
Robert Daniel, employed in His Majesty's affairs in the Austrian Netherlands.10000One year's allowance for extraordinaries.Ibid. Order Book XVI. p. 37.
James Dayrolle, Resident with the States General.261001734, Christmas quarter's ordinary and extras, detailed.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 462–3.
150001734, Christmas quarter's ordinary and extras, detailed.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 462–3.
Elizaeus Burgess -26100Same ordinary as Resident at Venice.Ibid., p. 462.
Sir Cyril Wich26100Same as Envoy Extraordinary to the Hanse Towns.Ibid.
Claudius Rondeau -26100Same as Resident with the Czarina.Ibid.
Walter Titley26100Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as same in Denmark.Ibid., pp. 462–3.
10000Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as same in Denmark.Ibid., pp. 462–3.
Charles Fane - -26100Same ordinary as same with the Great Duke of Tuscany.Ibid., p. 462.
Feb. 25Charles Holzendorff.100001734, Christmas quarter, for services in foreign parts.Money Book XXXVII. p. 403.
Thos. Pelham -17400Same ordinary as Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to France.Ibid., p. 464.
Melchior Guy Dickens.17400Same, ordinary and extras, detailed, as Secretary at Berlin.Ibid.
10000Same, ordinary and extras, detailed, as Secretary at Berlin.Ibid.
Arthur Villettes -17400Same, ordinary as same at Turin.Ibid.
John Crookshanks -17400Same as same to the Commissaries to treat with those of Spain.Ibid.
Charles Black -15000Same as Consul General at Algiers.Ibid., p. 465.
Abraham Castres -12500Same as Consul at Madrid.Ibid.
Wm. Read -3500Same as Consul General at Tripoli.Ibid.
Wm. Cayley -5000Same as Consul at Cadiz.Ibid.
John Dean5000Same as same in Flanders.Ibid.
John Leonard Solicoffre.62100Same as Consul General at Tetuan.Ibid.
Joseph Day8700Residing at Dunkirk in the absence of Col. Lascells, His Majesty's Commissary.Ibid., pp. 465–6.
Stephen Poyntz, Receiver General of Excise.617118For carrying 2,719,458l. 16s. 81/8d. to the Exchequer for Excise duties 1733, June 25, to 1734, June 24.Warrants not relating to money XXV. pp. 229–30.
Feb. 26Wm. Richards1,81200Expended for His Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 330.
Feb. 27John Scrope -5,60000Secret Service - -Ibid., p. 283.
Mar. 4Earl of Godolphin1,000001734, Christmas quarter, as Groom of the Stole.Money Book XXXVII. p. 473.
Dukes of Manchester and Richmond, Wm. Manners, called Lord Wm. Manners, Thos. Paget, called Lord Paget, the Earls of Selkirk, Essex, Albemarle, Pembroke, Dunmore, Waldegrave, Cowper, and Lord Hinton.25000Same, as Gentlemen of the, Bedchamber.Ibid.
each.
Charles Churchill, Sir Charles Hotham, John Campbell, James Campbell, Thos. Paget, Sir Robt. Rich, John Clavering, James Brudenall.12500Same as Grooms of the Bedchamber.Ibid., p. 474.
each.
John, Lord Hervey.15000Same as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid.
John Hedges -2,00000Prince of WalesKing's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 2.
Mar. 6Robert Lord Walpole, Ranger and Keeper of Richmond Park.89140Half-year due 1734, Christmas, for self and underkeepers, &c., of said Park.Order Book XVI. p. 17.
Mar. 7Duke of Kent500001734, Christmas quarter's pension.Money Book XXXVII. p. 114.
Mar. 10John Walker, chief usher of the Exchequer Court.25708Necessaries delivered in Hilary term and allowance.Order Book XVI. p. 31.
Mar. 13Thos. Beale -9616Overpayment in account as Sheriff of Salop.Money Book XXXVII. p. 475.
Henry Bennet -13503Same as Sheriff of Chester.Ibid., p. 32.
Mar. 14Mr. Farr et al.7500Attendance and evidence at the prosecution of O'Neil and his accomplices for enlisting His Majesty's subjects for foreign parts.Letter Book XIX. p. 364.
Mar. 17George Middleton1,67500Expended for His Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 443.
Thos. Revell2,325410Victualling men, detailed, at Gibraltar garrison, 1734, Sept. 16 to Oct. 13.Ibid., pp. 445–6.
Mar. 20Thos. Lowther1,50000His Majesty's service.Money Book XXXVII. p. 271.
Mar. 21Edward Loton, carpenter.14082Repairs at Hampton Court Park, Richmond Park, and Datchet Bridge.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 241.
Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.1,30000Upon account, out of malt duties, 1733.
Appending:—Certificate.
Money Book XXXVII. p. 480.
Mar. 24Wm. Ellis -85000Royal bounty.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p 447.
1735.
John Scrope - -1,50000Secret service.Ibid., p. 283.
Mar. 25Clerks and Officers of the Exchequer.3500Counting tallies, &c., one year to date.Order Book XVI. p. 29.
Mar. 26Charles Bettridge500Lady Day quarter as Porter at the Exchequer Gate.Ibid., p. 28.
Nathaniel Cowdery -12100Same keeping registers of all the public loans in the office of the Auditor of the Receipt.Ibid.
Charles Valence Jones.5000Same as one of the solicitors for negotiating His Majesty's affairs in the Treasury Office.Ibid., p. 29.
Henry Fane, gent. -5000Same quarter, sorting, &c., books, memorials, and papers in the Treasury Office.Money Book XXXVII. p. 472.
Wm. Ireland -2500Same quarter for extraordinary services in the Auditor of Receipt's office.Ibid., p. 482.
Clerks of the Treasury, detailed.32500Salaries, same quarter.Ibid., p. 483.
John Couraud - -5000Same, as Latin secretary.Ibid.
Lords of the Treasury.2,00000Same quarter.Ibid., p. 68.
Sir Robert Walpole.40000Same, as Chancellor of the Exchequer.Ibid.
Earl of Wilmington1,00000Same as President of the Council.Ibid., p. 69.
David Polhill and 3 Clerks.37100Same, sorting, &c., records, &c., in Cæsar's Chapel, &c., in the Tower.Ibid., p. 70.
Mar. 26Richard Andrews, jun.37100Lady Day Quarter as Solicitor for His Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer Court.Money Book XXXVII. p. 70.
George Holmes2500Same as Chief Clerk in the business of digesting and putting into order the Records lying in Cæsar's Chapel and other Records within the Tower of London.Ibid., p. 72.
John Beresford et al, clerks.77100Same for making up books of income, &c., of the Customs and other public revenues.Ibid., p. 75.
Horatio Walpole -12500Half-year due Lady Day as Auditor General of His Majesty's revenues in America.Order Book XVI. p. 25.
Duke of Newcastle and Lord Harrington.462100Lady Day quarter's salaries as Secretaries of State,Ibid., p. 22.
each.
Thos. Mann et al. -122100Same quarter's allowances for services in the Treasury.Ibid., p. 30.
John Lawton, senior Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer.1000Same, looking up His Majesty's treasure.Ibid., p. 31.
Wm. Hanmer, Lieut. Gov. of Nevis.15000Half-year due Lady Day.Ibid., p. 32.
Wm. Matthew - -30000Quarter due same time as Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Caribbee Islands.Ibid., p. 54.
Francis Earl of Godolphin.5000Half-year due Lady-Day as Deputy Ranger of the House Park at Windsor.Ibid., p. 65.
Sir Thos. Allin and Thos. Spence.49100Lady Day quarter's salary and allowance as Serjeants at Arms.Money Book XXXVII. p. 147.
David Polhill12500Same quarter as Keeper of the Records in the Tower.Order Book XVI. p. 2.
Mar. 27Duke of Bolton, late Governor of the Isle of Wight.42391Surplusage on his accounts as such for the year ended 1731, Michaelmas.Money Book XXXVII. p. 484.
Duke of Montagu, present same.1750Same as same for the year ended 1734, Lady-Day.Ibid.
John Plumptre, Treasurer of the Ordnance.100,00000Imprest for land and sea services of the Office of Ordnance.Ibid., p. 485.
John Lawton12000Lady Day quarter's additional allowance for methodising records.Order Book XVI. p. 25.
Customs officers London port.7,84612Same quarter's salaries.Customs Book XIV. p. 85.
Same, outports -12,226133Same - -Ibid.
Mar. 28Hackney Coaches and Chairs Establishment.280100Same quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXVII. p. 442.
Same - -11010Incidents, same quarter.Ibid., p. 443.
Mar. 31Earl Waldegrave -40000Extraordinaries, detailed, as Ambassador, &c., to France.Ibid., pp. 487–8.
75000Extraordinaries, detailed, as Ambassador, &c., to France.Ibid., pp. 487–8.
Benjamin Keene -29600Same, detailed, as Envoy, &c., in Spain.Ibid., pp. 487,489
Thos. Pelham -10000Same, detailed, as Secretary in France.Ibid.
Thos, Robinson -42600Same, detailed, as Minister to the Emperor.Ibid.
Mar. 31Edward Finch10000Extraordinaries, detailed, as Envoy, &c., to Sweden.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 488–90.
Walter Titley -10000Same, detailed, as Resident in Denmark.Ibid.
[?]John Warner, et al. -20000Proclamation reward for convicting 4 deer stealers.
Prefixing:—Nicholas Paxton's report.
Ibid., pp. 490–2.