Warrants for the Payment of Money
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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1735, April-June', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3: 1735-1738 (1900), pp. 106-122. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91823 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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1735, April–June

Apr. 1Wm. Forbes, Esq. -5000Lady Day quarter as Lieut. Governor of Montserrat.Order Book XVI. pp. 66, 37.
Apr. 2King of Denmark -14,062100One quarter's subsidy due 1734–5, March 19.
(Cancelled see date April 11, infra.)
King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 456.
Thos. Lee, late collector of the duties on tunnage, &c., in Virginia.586109Loss on remittances to England by bills dishonoured.
Appending:—Horace Walpole's report on the case, dated 1734–5, March 12.
Ibid., p. 456–8.
Robert Trevor -40s. per day.Attending Horace Walpole, Ambassador, &c., to the States General.Ibid., p. 458.
John Hedges2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., p. 2.
Apr. 3105,4250To discharge the principal remaining unsatisfied at Lady Day, 1735, on orders of loan and Exchequer bills on malt, 1733.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 493–4.
87419
Officers and Keepers of New Forest.300001 year's salaries to 1735, Lady Day.Ibid., p. 494.
Wine Licences Establishment.240710Incidents for Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 447.
Hawkers and Pedlars Commissioners.12019Same for same quarter.Ibid., p. 423.
Serjeants at Arms, detailed.191801734, Christmas quarter.Ibid., p. 51.
Earl of Berkeley, constable of Dean Forest.52100Same quarter for keepers, &c., of said Forest.Ibid., p. 52.
Earl of Tylney, warden of Waltham Forest.67100Same for same of said Forest.Ibid., p. 53.
John Rollos2500Half-year due 1734, Christmas, as chief engraver of Royal seals, &c.Ibid., p. 54.
Sir Charles Dalton50001734, Christmas quarter, as Gentleman Usher Black Rod.Ibid.
Hugh Howard -4000Same quarter as Keeper and Register of His Majesty's papers and records concerning matters of State and Council, reduced into form of a library in Whitehall Palace.Ibid., p. 55.
Wm. Cowper, Knight Harbinger.461081734, Christmas quarter's annuity of 20 marks and allowance of 10s. per diem.Ibid., p. 58.
Countess Dowager of Albemarle.50000Half-year's pension due 1734, Christmas.Ibid.
Earl of Essex, Ranger of St. James' Park.2201131734, Christmas quarter, for self, keepers, hay, &c., of said ParkIbid., p. 78.
Apr. 3Earl of Essex, as Keeper of Hyde Park.100001734, Christmas quarter, for self, under keepers, hay, &c., of said Park.Money Book XXXVII. p. 79.
Duke of Grafton -750001734, Christmas quarter's pension.Ibid. p. 271.
Officers of the Board of Works, detailed.15212Half-year's salaries due 1734, Christmas.Ibid., p. 115.
Wine Licences Establishment.577100Salary bill, 1735, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 6.
Officers of the Bath.125001734, Christmas quarter.Ibid., p. 406.
Charles Lord Cornwallis.416134Same quarter's salary as Chief Justice in Eyre Trent South.Ibid., p. 390.
Apr. 4Duke of St. Albans.34326Same quarter as Master of the Hawks.Ibid., p. 92.
Same - -25000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Robert Smith -37100Same quarter as Master of Mechanics.Ibid., p. 93.
Duke of St. Albans.2681411¾Half-year to 1734, Christmas, for officers of Windsor Forest.Ibid., p. 94.
Thos. Farrington -100001734, Christmas quarter, as an auditor of land revenues of the Crown.Ibid., p. 355.
Charles Shelley7500Same as same.Ibid.
George Middleton of - London, goldsmith15000Same quarter's incidents to the Commissioners of Police [Scotland].Ibid. XXXVIII. p. 1.
Mungo Haldane -10000Same quarter's allowance.Ibid.
John Earl of Crawford.12500Same quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 2.
Simon Lord Lovat.10000Same -Ibid.
John Lord Bellenden.10000Same -Ibid.
Alexander Lord Elibank.5000SameIbid.
George Lord Reay.5000Same -Ibid.
Charles Lord Elphinstone7500SameIbid.
Dr. Andrew St. Clair.5000SameIbid.
Capt. John Campbell.2500SameIbid.
Wm. Maxwell - -2500SameIbid.
Lieut. Laurence Drummond.2500SameIbid.
Janet Smith, widow.2500SameIbid.
William Earl of Home.5000SameIbid.
Captain George Munro.10000Same quarter's annuity.Ibid.
George Lord Mordington.5000Same quarter's allowance.Ibid., p. 3.
Samuel Edwards -25000Half-year to same date as surviving trustee of office of Keeper of Windsor Great Park.Ibid., p. 4.
Duke of Montagu300001734, Christmas quarter's annuity.Ibid. XXXVII, p. 493.
Robert Trevor -51400As attendant to Horatio Walpole, Ambassador, &c., to the States General, 1734, July 12, to 1735, March 25.Ibid.
Charles Hope300001734, March 25, to December 25, on his pension of 400l.Ibid., p. 495.
Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven, Chief Justice in Eyre Trent North.40141Salary from 1734, July 30, day of his appointment, to Dec. 25.Ibid.
Apr. 4John Inglis -25001734, Christmas quarter's salary as Marshal of the Ceremonies and fee as Assistant Master of same.Money Book XXXVII. p. 39.
29001734, Christmas quarter's salary as Marshal of the Ceremonies and fee as Assistant Master of same.Money Book XXXVII. p. 39.
Heirs of Col. Fairfax.2500Same quarter's perpetuity.Ibid.
Sir Clement Cotterell.2500Same quarter as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid., p. 40.
5000Same quarter as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid., p. 40.
Andrew Charlton -5000Same as housekeeper of Newmarket Palace.Ibid.
Corporation of Dartmouth.1000Same quarter's perpetuity.Ibid.
Same of Lyme Regis.2500Same quarter's annuity for repair of “Cobb” pier.Ibid., p. 41.
Same of Berwick -2500Same quarter's allowance for Tweed Bridge.Ibid.
Ministers of Isle of Man.2500Same quarter's annuity.Ibid.
Jane Kien -7500Same quarter as Wardrobekeeper at Kensington Palace.Ibid., p. 42.
Richard Bentley -5000Same quarter as Keeper of His Majesty's libraries.Ibid.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100Same quarter's perpetuity.Ibid.
Lord Byron -25000Same quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 45.
Earl of Kintore -5000Same quarter's annuity.Ibid., p. 46.
George Turbill -5000Same quarter as Keeper of Records relating to Forfeited Estates, England.Ibid., p. 47.
Dr. James Bouchier -1000Same quarter as Professor and Reader of Laws, Oxford.Ibid.
Dr. Wm. Woodford1000Same as same of Physic, ibid.Ibid.
Dr. Christopher Green.1000Same as same of same, Cambridge.Ibid., p. 48.
Dr. Francis Dickens.1000Same as same of Laws, ibid.Ibid.
Lord [Viscount] Lymington.3456As Chief Justice in Eyre Trent North, 1 quarter and 36 days, to July 30, 1734, when succeeded by the Duke of Ancaster.Ibid., p. 49.
Duke of Richmond, Master of the Horse.10,00000Imprest for the extraordinaries of the stables.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 455.
Earls of Findlater, Sutherland, Lauderdale, and Lord Hope.900001734, Christmas quarter as Commissioners of Police, Scotland.Money Book XXXVII. p. 370.
Earl of Hyndford, Lord Torpichen, Alex. Hay, styled Lord Alex. Hay, Charles Erskine.60000Same as same.Ibid.
Henry Viscount Lonsdale, Keeper of the Privy Seal.7431501735, Lady Day quarter's allowances.Ibid., p. 442. Order Book XVI. p. 37.
[? 653150]
[? Apr. 4]Henry Fane24341734, Christmas quarter, as Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court.Money Book XXXVII. p. 357.
Apr. 4Henry Masterman -2500Half-year to 1734, Christmas, as King's Clerk in the Crown Office, on his allowance of 50l. per an. for managing criminal prosecutions, &c.Ibid., p. 112.
Apr. 4Heirs of Nicholas Yates.25001734, Christmas quarter's perpetuity.Money Book XXXVII. p. 112.
Edward Harley and Thos. Foley.3368Half-year to same date as Auditors of Imprests and Foreign Accounts.Ibid.
each.
Lord Masham27188Same as King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer.Ibid., p, 113.
Marmaduke Lilly and John Allen.26134Same as Apothecaries to His Majesty's Household.Ibid.
Keepers of Cranborne Chase.1000Same for hay for the deer.Ibid., p. 114.
Officers of the Ordnance, detailed.2141710Same, salaries.Ibid., p. 117.
Dean and Chapter of Westminster.3000Same, annuity for the French Ministers in the Savoy.Ibid., p. 120.
Samuel Gray3000Same, as messenger appointed to look after the printing press.Ibid.
Sir Patrick and Martha Johnston.371001734, Christmas quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 404.
121001734, Christmas quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 404.
Earl of Ilay and Geo. Campbell.5000Same to late William Lord Forbes's children.Ibid.
Dan. Graham -28150Same quarter as Apothecary to the King's person.Ibid., p. 396.
Apr. 5Richard Hammond -2000Half-year due 1734, Christmas, as Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer.Order Book XVI. p. 55.
Lord Cornwallis -375001734, Christmas quarter, as Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South.Ibid., p. 41.
Apr. 8Evan Lloyd's Executors.50000Repayment of purchase money of an estate of Morgan Whitley's from the Crown, of which title was defective.
Appending:—Reports, petitions, &c., &c., thereupon.
Affairs of Taxes IV. pp. 122–5 Order Book XVI. p. 63.
Apr. 10Customs Establishment, Scotland.6,10450Lady Day quarter's salaries.North Britain Book XI. pp. 227–41.
Salt Establishment, ibid.62500Same.Ibid., 242–5.
Earl of Essex - -100001734, Christmas quarter, for Lady Catherine Hyde and Lady Charlotte Hyde.Money Book XXXVII. p. 79.
Duke of Newcastle and Lord Harrington.3,00000Secret service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 461.
each.
Henry Berkeley and James Lumley.3,00000Imprest for extraordinaries of the Stables.Ibid.
Hawkers and Pedlars Office establishment, detailed.4931811735, Lady Day quarter's salary bill.Money Book XXXVII. p. 38.
Apr. 11King of Denmark14,7781211One quarter's subsidy due 1734–5, March 19.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 1.
Apr. 16Samuel Gray, messenger of the Press.3889Buying up and getting marked for evidence all pamphlets and papers published in London, 1734, Dec. 24, to March 27 following.Letter Book XIX. p. 369.
Apr. 17John Scrope -5,30000Secret Service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 464.
Apr. 18Earl of Essex -20000Watering the road and the Ring in Hyde Park, 1734, summer season,Money Book XXXVII. pp. 495–6.
20000Watering the road and the Ring in Hyde Park, 1734, summer season,Money Book XXXVII. pp. 495–6.
Executors, &c., of Lord Cathcart.11910½1732, Sept. 29 to Oct. 19, day of death, on annuity of 200l. per an.
Appending:—Certificate of death.
Ibid., p. 496.
Horatio Walpole -1,30000Ordinary and extras, detailed, as Ambassador to the States General.Ibid., p. 497.
40000Ordinary and extras, detailed, as Ambassador to the States General.Ibid., p. 497.
Paymaster of Exchequer bills.442,00000To satisfy like principal in Exchequer bills on Land Tax, 1734.Ibid.
Wm. Tims, Under-Sheriff of London and Middlesex.12000Rewards paid for arrests.Ibid., p. 410.
John Fromow and John Simpson, Sheriffs of Norwich.4000Same.Ibid.
Wm. Vylett, Esq., same of Wilts.8000Same.Ibid.
Wm. Fowler931Overpayment in account as Sheriff of Rutland.Ibid., p. 475.
Civil List Establishment, Scotland.8,9421011½Lady Day quarter.North Britain Book XI. pp. 247–51.
Wm. Richards - -3,00400Expenses for His Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 464.
Apr. 24Taxes Commissioners.1404House Duties incidents to 1735, Lady Day.Money Book XXXVII. p. 281.
Duke of St. Albans -431001734, Christmas quarter's fee as Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle.Ibid., p. 185.
House Duties Establishment.677100Lady Day quarter's salary bill.Ibid., p. 108.
Excise Establishment, Scotland.1,8641411¼Same quarter.North Britain Book XI. pp. 251–3.
Same - -3821710¼Incidents same quarter.Ibid., 254–5.
Apr. 29Augustus Schutz87385Same quarter's expense in Office of Robes.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 465.
May 2John Hedges2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., p. 2.
May 5Gilbert Fleming -10000Half-year, due April 26, as Lieut. Governor of St. Christopher.Order Book XVI. p. 58.
Thos. Revell -2,104010½Victualling men, detailed, at Gibraltar, 1734, Oct. 14, to Nov. 10.King's Warrant Book XXXI. pp. 465–6.
Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House of Commons.50000100 days as such to 1735, May 2.Ibid., p. 467.
May 6Marquis of Lothian1,00000As Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church in Scotland this summer.North Britain Book XI. p. 257.
May 6General Assembly of the Church in Scotland.1,00000Royal bounty for the 10th year for itinerant preachers and catechists in the Highlands.North Britain Book XI pp. 257–8.
May 7Kingsmil Eyre -15120Clothing and accoutrements for invalids at distant garrisons, 1735.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 470.
May 9Thos. Lowther -3,00000His Majesty's service.Money Book XXXVII. p. 271.
Thos. Revell4,2026Victualling men, detailed, at Gibraltar garrison, 1734, Nov. 11, to Jan. 5 following.King's Warrant Book XXXI. pp. 471–2.
May 10John Scrope -8,15000Secret Service.Ibid., p. 464.
May 12Nicholas Paxton -1,00000Crown Law expenses.Money Book XXXVII. p. 19.
May 13Alienation Office -Various salaries, detailed.Dormant warrant for the salaries of the officers of the said office.Ibid., p. 498.
George Smith, Sheriff of Norfolk.12000Rewards paid for arrests.Ibid. p. 411.
Wm. Bushell5540Overpayment in account as Sheriff of Lancaster.Ibid., p. 475.
Edmund White, executor of Mary Chamberlain, late administratrix of John Manby.342149Overpayment by Manby as Receiver General of Lindley Division, co. Lincoln, on the 17th 4-shilling aid 13 Geo. I.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 126.
Lord Harrington, Secretary of State.3,00000Services and charges in attending the King in the intended progress to Germany.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 474.
George Tilson et al., detailed, under secretaries, and clerks, &c.1,34000Same for same services as under-secretaries in Lord Harrington's office.Ibid.
George Tilson1,00000Staffettes and incidentals attending said Secretary of State's office while in Hanover.Ibid., p. 474–5.
Sir Clement Cotterell, Master of the Ceremonies.30000To be paid as a Royal present to Baron Hasberg, envoy from the Duke of Brunswick Wolfenbüttel, who has had his audience of leave to return home.Ibid., p. 467.
29190To be paid as a Royal present to Baron Hasberg, envoy from the Duke of Brunswick Wolfenbüttel, who has had his audience of leave to return home.Ibid., p. 467.
Sir Theodore Janssen.26000Royal bounty to John Walton and fees thereon.Ibid., p. 468.
33140Royal bounty to John Walton and fees thereon.Ibid., p. 468.
John Earl of Leicester.17910Safe keeping George Kelly and John Plunkettt, prisoners in the Tower, and allowances.Ibid., pp. 469–70.
May 14Wm. Richards -6,00000Expenses for His Majesty's special service.Ibid., p. 464.
John Scrope - -3,60000Secret Service.Ibid.
May 16Thomas Young, Treasurer of Edinburgh town.100 guineas.Royal Plate to be run for on the sands of Leith.North Britain Book XI. p. 260.
May 17Earl of Godolphin, Keeper of the Privy Seal.4l. per day.Allowance in lieu of 16 dishes of meat per day.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 6.
May 20Earl of Warwick200001735, Lady Day quarter's pension.Money Book XXXVII. p. 93.
Sir Wm. Chapple and 5 others, named.10000Easter term as Welsh Justices.Order Book XVI. p. 76.
each.
John Birch -2500Same as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Ibid.
Henry Fane -11,795192Out of the late King's arrears to be paid over to sundry persons, detailed.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 499–500.
231100Out of the late King's arrears to be paid over to sundry persons, detailed.Money Book XXXVII. pp. 499–500.
James Harris, one of the Keepers of Dean Forest.5000Proclamation reward for apprehending a deer stealer.
Prefixing:—Paxton's report.
Ibid., pp. 501–2.
John and Samuel Smith, deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer.3086Joining tallies on 3,088,818l. 6s.d. paid into the Exchequer by the Receiver General of Customs for 2 years to 1731, Christmas.Ibid. XXXVIII. pp. 4–5.
Salusbury Cade, Receiver and Paymaster of the Gentlemen Pensioners.3,00000For hall-year due 1734, Christmas, to said Band of Pensioners.Ibid., p. 5.
George Lowen - -344190Charges, detailed, for carrying red deer to Windsor Forest from the Earl of Salisbury's woods at Hatfield.Ibid. XXXVII. pp. 476–7.
John Turner, Esq.6274Dormant warrant for salary as Customer of Lynn Regis.Customs Book XIV. p. 99.
per an.
Henry Groombridge29100Subsisting Captain Saxby, an officer of the Customs, and 2 soldiers.Ibid., p. 100.
May 29Col. John Pitt, aide decamp to His Majesty.20000Arrears of pay as such for 1 year to 1730, June 24.
Appending:—Certificates.
Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 5–6.
Benjamin Hall, Under-Sheriff of Middlesex.24000Rewards paid for arrests.Ibid., p. 411.
Thos. Revell4,1630Victualling men, detailed, at Gibraltar, 1734–5, Jan. 6 to March 2.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 6–8.
Henry Fane181160Fees in passing the grant vesting lands in St. Christopher in the hands of Trustees for the purpose of sale.Ibid., p. 11.
Joshua Guest862131Necessaries for garrisons in barracks in Scotland, 1734.North Britain Book XI. p. 263.
Commissioners for Taxes.15000Lady Day quarter's salariesMoney Book XXXVII. p. 107.
May 30Viscount Gage2,00000Out of the Derwentwater estate for efforts in recovering said estate to the public.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 10–11.
Joshua Sharpe -60000Attending the Commissions for Survey of the Courts of Justice.Ibid. XXXI. pp. 472–3.
Thos. Minora, His Majesty's goldsmith.88552Plate, detailed, delivered into the Jewel Office half-year ended 1735, Lady Day.Ibid., p. 473.
June 2John Hedges - -2,00000Prince of Wales.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 13.
June 3Edmund White, executor of Mary Chamberlain, administratrix of John Manby.99110Surplusages due to Manby, former Receiver General of the old duty on houses for 1726 and new duty for same year in Lindsey division, co. Lincoln.Affairs of Taxes IV. pp. 127–8.
Order Book XVI. p. 69.
5000Surplusages due to Manby, former Receiver General of the old duty on houses for 1726 and new duty for same year in Lindsey division, co. Lincoln.Affairs of Taxes IV. pp. 127–8.
Order Book XVI. p. 69.
June 4Thos. Lowther -1,50000His Majesty's Service.Money Book XXXVII. p. 271.
June 5Royal African Company of England.10,00000Towards maintenance of British forts and settlements belonging to said Company on Coast of Africa.Order Book XVI. p. 66.
King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 12.
Salusbury Cade -1,50000Lady Day quarter to the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners.Money Book XXXVIII. p, 7,
Christopher Lofft, deputy ranger and keeper of Windsor House Park.10000Allowance for hay for red deer for said park.Ibid., p. 8.
per an.
June 9Bank of England100,000001 year to 1736, June 1, as by her letters patent of Incorporation.Order Book XVI. p. 71.
June 11Clerks et al. of the House of Commons, detailed.77000Services during last sessions of Parliament, 1734–5, Jany. 14 to 1735, May 15.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 11.
Same of House of Peers.40000Same.Ibid., p. 12.
Thos. Spence, Serjeant-at-Arms attending the House of Commons.351130Disbursements, detailed, in same session.Ibid., pp. 12–13.
Francis Jephson, same attending House of Peers.63100Attendance on prorogation days and in last session.Ibid., p. 13.
June 12John Eldred, Sheriff of Suffolk.4000Rewards paid for arrests of felons.Ibid., p. 14.
John Reynolds, same of same.4000Same.Ibid.
Wm. Stone -4000Same as same of Sussex.Ibid.
Matthew Davies -4000Same as same of Glamorgan.Ibid., p. 15.
Richard Tucker, keeper of the piers, cranes, &c., in the Isle of Portland.73000Repair of said piers and cranes from the great shock of Dec. 16 last.
Appending:—Estimate.
Ibid., pp. 9–10.
Benjamin Burroughs, Sheriff of Bucks.2107Overpayment in account.
Prefixing:—Certificate.
Ibid., p. 23.
James Tillie - -59711Same as Sheriff of Cornwall.Ibid.
John Fromow and John Simpson.4316Same as same of Norwich.Ibid.
Thos. Phipps -471111Same as same of Wilts.Ibid.
Wm. Thomson, jun. -449Same as same of Cambridge and Huntingdon.Ibid.
John Ogle -11188Same as same of Northumberland.Ibid.
John Day, inspector of dead and mis-sent letters in the Post-Office.5000Additional allowance for the execution of that office.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 265.
per an.
June 16Viscount Lonsdale -743160Lady Day quarter as Keeper of the Privy Seal.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 3.
Order Book XVI. p. 70.
(? 653150)
Arthur Collins -10000Royal Bounty.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 13.
Mathew Woodford1,63800Victualling Placentia and Annapolis Royal, 1734, Oct. 1 to March 31 following.Ibid., pp. 18–19.
June 17Benjamin Hall, Under-Sheriff of Middlesex.20000Rewards paid for arrest of felons.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 15.
Alured Popple287100Salaries and incidents, Office of Board of Trade, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 29.
30016Salaries and incidents, Office of Board of Trade, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 29.
Thomas, Bishop of Sarum.28526Half-year due Lady Day as Chancellor of the Garter.Ibid.
Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.200,00000To discharge Exchequer bills on Land Tax, 1735.Ibid., p. 30.
Rev. Anthony Gavin2000Passage money as a Minister to Virginia.Ibid., p. 33.
Richard Samborne35000Special services performed to His Majesty.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 14.
June 18Minister and Churchwardens of the Lutheran Congregation in the Savoy.240170Out of Savoy rents for repairing their Charity School.
Prefixing:—Report on petition for same.
Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 30–1.
Taxes Commissioners.297210½Land Tax incidents, 1735, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 32.
George Payne, appointed 1732, July 20, officer for taking care of Receivers' bonds and dedimuses.6000Carrying Treasury warrants for taking Receivers General's securities to the King's Remembrancer's Office and there receiving the bonds and dedimuses sealed up by a sworn attorney of said Office, transmitting same to Commissioners appointed to take said security in the country and seeing to returns of same upon oath.Affairs of Taxes IV. pp. 143–4.
per an.
June 19Henry Fane936144To be paid over to several persons, detailed, for arrears due from His late Majesty.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 22–3.
Thos. Badeslade, surveyor.2000For plans of Chelsea Hospital and lands.Ibid., p. 23.
June 20King of Denmark14,58368One quarter's subsidy, due 1735, June 19.Ibid., p. 14.
June 24Edward Tufnell and John Roberts.62134Dormant warrant for salary as Customer of Southampton.Customs Book XIV. p. 109.
each.
June 25Lords of the Treasury.2,00000Midsummer quarter's salaries.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 34.
Charles Valence Jones.5000Same as one of the solicitors for negotiating and looking after the affairs of the Treasury.Ibid.
June 25Sir Robert Walpole -40000Midsummer quarter as Chancellor of the Exchequer.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 35.
Sir Thos. Allin and Thos. Spence, two of His Majesty's Serjeants-at-Arms.5010Same on their salaries of 3s. per day each and allowance of 2s. 6d. per day each for board wages.Ibid.
Edward Webster, Thos. Bowen, Robert Burnbury, Peter Leheup, Christopher Lowe, Charles Lowndes, Edward Burnaby, Thos. Pratt, Henry Fane, Thos. Gibson, John Pennington, John Beresford, Thos. de Grey.2500Same as Clerks of the Treasury.Ibid., p. 36.
each.
Henry Fane -5000Same for digesting, &c., books, memorials, and papers in the Treasury Office.Ibid., p. 37.
Wm, Ireland -2500Same for extraordinary services performed in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt.Ibid.
Thos. Mann, William Richards, William Empson, John Shepherd, John Jones, executors of Thos. Thurkettle.132100Same, for incidentals of the Treasury Office, carrying letters, &c., &c.Ibid., p. 39.
John Jones, messenger of His Majesty's Chamber.18134Same as messenger appointed by the Treasury to the officers of the Customs. Ibid., p. 40.Ibid., p. 40.
Executors of Thos. Thurkettle.1168For same service to 1734–5, March 3; day of his death.Ibid., p. 41.
Earl of Wilmington1,00000Midsummer quarter as President of the Privy Council.Ibid., p. 42.
John Couraud - -5000Same as Latin Secretary.Ibid.
Richard Andrews37100Same as Solicitor for His Majesty's affairs in the Court of the Exchequer.Ibid.
David Polhill -37100Same as supervisor of the work of digesting, &c., the Records in Cæsar's Chapel and other Records in the Tower.Ibid., p. 43.
George Holmes -2500Same as chief clerk in same business.Ibid.
Horatio Walpole70200Extraordinary expenses, detailed, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.Ibid., pp. 45–6.
John Lawton, Wm. Ireland, and Mark Frecker.3,50000Repair of roof and tower of St. Margaret's Church, Westminster.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 15.
Trustees for establishing Colony of Georgia.26,0000To be applied towards settling and securing said colony.Ibid.
Thos. Walker, Surveyor General of Crown Lands.10000Half-year due Midsummer on allowance for travelling charges, &c.Order Book XVI. p. 83.
June 25Earl of Godolphin, late Groom of the Stole.1551114 days as such to 1734–5, January 8.Money Book XXXVIII. P. 65.
Henry Earl of Pembroke.3817As Gentleman of the Bedchamber for the above period.Ibid.
Same as Groom of the Stole by Privy Seal of date 1734–5, March 14.4224As such from 1734–5, January 8, to March 25.Ibid.
Earls of Selkirk, Essex, Albemarle, Dunmore, each. John Lord Hinton, Earl Waldegrave, Earl Cowper, Duke of Manchester, Wm. Manners, styled Lord Wm. Manners, Thos. Paget, styled Lord Paget.25000Lady Day quarter as Gentle men of the Bedchamber.Ibid., p. 66–7.
each.
Duke of Richmond -66134As late same to 1734–5, January 18, when his salary of 100 marks per an. as Master of the Horse is to commence.Ibid., p. 67.
Lord Hervey -15000Lady Day quarter as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid.
Charles Churchill, Sir Charles Hotham, John Campbell, James Campbell, Thos. Paget, Sir Robert Rich, John Clavering, James Brudenell.12500Same as Grooms of His Majesty's Bedchamber.Ibid., p. 68.
each.
Wm. Forbes, Esq. -5000Midsummer quarter as Lieut. Governor of Montserrat.Order Book XVI. p. 66.
Charles Bettridge -500Same quarter as porter at the Exchequer Gate.Ibid., p. 28.
Nathaniel Cowdery -12100Same, keeping the Registers of all the public loans in office of Auditor of Receipt.Ibid.
John Lawton, Senior Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer.1000Same, locking up His Majesty's treasure.Ibid., p. 31.
Richard Fitzwilliams, Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief of the Bahamas.20000Half-year due Midsummer as such.Ibid., p. 77.
Customs Officers London port.7,7837Midsummer quarter's salaries.Customs Book XIV. p. 85.
Same, outports -12,21250Same.Ibid.
Customs Establishment in the Plantations.1,85000For half-year ended Midsummer, with certain alterations, detailed.Ibid., p. 109.
David Polbill -12500Midsummer quarter as keeper of the Records in the Tower.Order Book XVI. p. 2.
Michael Smith4605Moiety salary for acting as Governor of the Leeward Islands, 1732–3, Jan. 23, to 1733, Oct. 81, day of arrival of Wm. Mathew, Captain-General thereof.King's Warrant Book XXXI. p. 462.
Order Book XVI. p. 78.
June 26General and Penny Post Office Establishment, detailed.2,1511581733, Lady Day quarter's salary bills.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 91–8.
529141733, Lady Day quarter's salary bills.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 91–8.
SameThe like, severally.Same for 1733, Midsummer and Michaelmas quarters.Ibid., p. 93.
Edmund Sawyer, Brunswick Herald.33681¼ years' annuity or yearly rent of 40 marks to 1735, Lady Day.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 96.
Sir Charles Dalton5000Lady Day quarter as Gentleman Usher Black Rod on his allowance of 200l. per an. in lieu of certain perquisites and allowances, now released to the crown.Ibid.
John Pitt, Governor-in-Chief of the Bermudas.17000Half-year due Lady on 240l. per an. and 100l. per an. in lieu of all presents from the Assemblies.Ibid., p. 97.
Duke of Montagu, Grand Master of the Bath.12500Lady Day quarter for Officers of the Bath.Ibid.
James Earl of Berkeley, Constable of Dean Forest.52100Same for keepers of said Forest.Ibid., p. 98.
Richard Earl of Tylney, warden of Waltham Forest.67100Same for officers of said Forest.Ibid., p. 99.
Kings at Arms and other officers at Arms, detailed.21000Half-year's fees to same date.Ibid., p. 100.
Joseph Lawson and 7 others, detailed, Sergeants-at-Arms.19800Lady Day quarter's fees of 3s. per day and allowance of 2s. 6d. per day for board wages.Ibid., pp. 100–1.
Duke of St. Albans, Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle.4500Same quarter's allowance or fee of 10s. per day.Ibid., p. 101.
Earl of Essex, Chief Ranger of St. James's Park and Keeper of the Mall there.22289Allowances and wages, detailed, same quarter.Ibid., p. 102.
Hugh Howard4000Same quarter as Keeper and Register of His Majesty's Papers and Records concerning matters of State and Council, reduced to the form of a library at Whitehall Palace.Ibid., p. 103.
John Anstis, junr., Genealogist of the Bath.33681¼ years due 1735, Lady Day, as Blanch Coursier.Ibid.
John Rollos12100Lady Day quarter as Chief Engraver of the Royal seal, stamps, and arms.Ibid., p. 104.
Frances Wyndham, daughter of Dame Anne Wyndham.5000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Wm. Dawson, formerly a clerk in the Classis Lottery, 1711.5890Incidents in keeping books of accounts now transferred to the Record Rooms of the Auditor of the Exchequer at Westminster.Ibid., p. 108.
June 26Duke of Newcastle and Lord Harrington.462100Midsummer quarter's salaries as Secretaries of State.Order Book XVI. p. 22.
each
John Lawton and Henry Ballowe, Deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer.4000Easter and Trinity Terms sorting and ordering records.Ibid., p. 17.
George Middleton15000Lady Day quarter's incidents for the Commissioners of Police.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 1.
Mungo Haldane -10000Same quarter's allowance.Ibid.
Earl of Crawford and 10 others ut supra p. 10770000Same quarter's respective pensions.Ibid., p. 2.
Captain George Munro.10000Same quarter's annuity.Ibid.
Lord Mordington -5000Same quarter's allowance.Ibid., p. 3.
General and Penny Post Establishment, detailed.2,1511581733, Christmas quarter's salaries.Ibid., pp. 112–5.
52914
Same -The like severally.For 1734, Lady, Midsummer, Michaelmas, and Christmas quarters, and 1735, Lady Day quarter.Ibid., p. 115.
Same1,47886Incidents 1734, Midsummer quarter.Ibid., pp. 115–6.
Same1,51884Same for 1734, Michaelmas quarter.Ibid., pp. 120–1.
Sebastian Smyth, Sheriff of Oxford.4000Rewards paid for arrest of felons.Ibid., p. 15.
Edward Moore4000Same as same of Worcester.Ibid.
Joseph Langton4000Same as same of Somerset.Ibid.
Francis Austen8000Same as Under-Sheriff of Kent.Ibid., p. 16.
John Chatfeild -24000Same as same of Surrey.Ibid.
John Harrison -12000Same as same of Essex.Ibid.
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dated
1727.
June 26]
Dean and Chapter of Westminster.4,00000Towards repair of Westminster Abbey.Ibid., p. 44.
Richard Bentley, Keeper of His Majesty's Libraries.341184On his allowance of 100l. per an. for rent, of house, &c.Ibid., pp. 44–5.
Thos. Farrington -10000Lady Day quarter as an Auditor of the Exchequer Court.Ibid., p. 46.
Charles Shelley -7500Same as same.Ibid.
James Vernon, Temple Stanyan, Walter Cary, and Wm. Sharpe.25000Same as Clerks of the Privy Council.Ibid., p. 47.
Same10000Same attending Trade and Plantation business before said Council.Ibid.
Robert Smith, Master of Mechanics.37100Same quarter's salary.Ibid., p. 49.
John Duke of Montagu.30000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Charles Hope -10000Same.Ibid., p. 50.
Lord Byron -25000Same quarter's annuity.Ibid.
Earl of Waldegrave -1,30000Quarter's ordinary due March 17, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in France.Ibid., p. 51.
Thos. Pelham, Martin Bladen, Edward Ash, Sir Orlando Bridgman, James Brudenell, Sir Archer Croft.1,75000Lady Day quarter's salaries, as Commissioners of Trade.Ibid.
June 26Earl of Essex -10000Lady Day quarter's salary as Keeper of Hyde Park.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 51–2.
Lord Cornwallis416134Same as Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, Trent South.Ibid., p. 52.
Duke of Grafton75000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Earl of Essex -90000Same quarter's ordinary as Ambassador to King of Sardinia.Ibid., p. 53.
Benjamin Keene72000Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.Ibid., pp. 53, 61.
15000Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.
Nicholas Paxton -1,00000His Majesty's law charges.Ibid., p. 53.
Duke of St. Albans -34326Lady Day Quarter as Master of the Hawks.Ibid., p. 54.
Same - - -25000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Henry Duke of Kent.50000Same.Ibid.
John Goddard, Arthur Stert.45000Same quarter's ordinary as Commissaries to treat with those of Spain on matters arising by the Treaty of Seville.Ibid., p. 55.
each.
Martin Bladen, Samuel Tufnell, John Drummond,36000Same as same to treat with those of the Emperor and the States General.Ibid.
each.
Thos. Robinson45000Same as Minister Plenipotentiary to the Emperor.Ibid., p. 56.
Edward Finch45000Same as Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden.Ibid.
James Lord Tyrawley.45000Same as same to Portugal.Ibid.
George Woodward.45000Same as same to Poland.Ibid.
James Dayrolle -27500Same ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed, as Resident with the States General.Ibid., pp. 66, 58.
15000Same ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed, as Resident with the States General.Ibid., pp. 66, 58.
Elizaeus Burgess27000Same, ordinary as same with the Republic of Venice.Ibid., p. 57.
Walter Titley -27000Same as same in Denmark.Ibid.
Claudius Rondeau27000Same as same with the Czarina of Muscovy.Ibid.
Sir Cyril Wych -27000Same ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed, as same with the Hanse Towns.Ibid., pp. 57–68.
7500Same ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed, as same with the Hanse Towns.Ibid., pp. 57–68.
7500Same ordinary and extraordinaries, detailed, as same with the Hanse Towns.Ibid., pp. 57–68.
Charles Fane -27000Same as same with the Great Duke of Tuscany.Ibid., pp. 57, 61, 62.
10000Same as same with the Great Duke of Tuscany.Ibid., pp. 57, 61, 62.
Charles Black - -15000Same ordinary, as Consul- General at Algiers.Ibid., p. 59.
Abraham Castres. -12500Same as Consul at Madrid.Ibid.
Wm. Read -9500Same as Consul General at Tripoly.Ibid.
Wm. Cayley -5000Same as Consul at Cadiz.Ibid.
John Dean - -5000Same as same in Flanders.Ibid.
John Leonard Solicoffre.62100Same as Consul General at Tetuan.Ibid.
Thomas Pelham.18000Same as Secretary in France.Ibid., p. 60.
Melchior Guy Dickens.18000Same, ordinary and extras, detailed, as same at Berlin.Ibid., pp. 60–62.
10000
Arthur Villettes -18000Same ordinary as same at Turin.Ibid., p, 60.
June 26John Crookshanks.18000Lady Day quarter as Secretary to the Commissaries to treat with those of Spain.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 60.
Charles Holzendorff.10000Same for services performed and to be performed to His Majesty in foreign parts.Ibid.
George Lord Forbes, now Earl of Granard.84563Extras, detailed, as Minister Plenipotentiary to the Czarina of Muscovy.Ibid., p. 63.
Arthur Villettes10000Same as Secretary at the Court of Turin.Ibid., pp. 634–4.
Joseph Day9000Lady Day quarter residing at Dunkirk.Ibid., p. 61.
Augustus Schutz.36,00000His Majesty's Privy Purse.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 13. Order Book XVI. p. 78.
John Scrope7,00000Secret Service.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 24.
Earl of Hyndford20000Lady Day quarter's allowance as a Commissioner of Police.Money Book XXXVII. p. 69.
Lord Torpichen -20000Same.Ibid.
Alexander Hay, styled Lord Alexander Hay.10000Same.Ibid.
Charles Erskine -10000Same.Ibid.
John Earl of Kintore.5000Same.Ibid.
Earl of Findlater.20000Same.Ibid., p. 70.
John Lord Hope -20000Same.Ibid.
William Earl of Sutherland.20000Same.Ibid.
Earl of Lauderdale.30000Same.Ibid.
Earl of Ilay and Geo. Campbell, goldsmith.5000Same quarter as Trustees for late Lord Forbes's children.Ibid.
Sir Patrick Johnston.37100Same.Ibid., p. 71.
Martha Johnston.12100Same.Ibid.
Dr. Wm. Woodford.1000Same quarter as Professor and Reader of Physic in Oxford.Ibid.
Dr. James Bouchier.1000Same as same of Laws, ibid.Ibid., p. 72.
Dr. Francis Dickens.1000Same as same of Laws, Cambridge.Ibid.
Dr. Christopher Green.1000Same as same of Physic, ibid.Ibid.
Jane Kien7500Same as Housekeeper and Wardrobe-keeper of Kensington Palace.Ibid., p. 73.
Francis Whitworth.5000Half-year to same date as Surveyor of His Majesty's woods North and South of the Trent.Ibid.
Corporation of Berwick.2500Lady Day quarter's allowance towards repairing the bridge over the Tweed built by Charles I.Ibid., p. 74.
Officers, detailed, of the Treasurer's Remembrancer's office.81100Same quarter.Ibid.
June 26Heirs of Nicholas Yates.2500Lady Day quarter's perpetuity.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 76.
Sir Clement Cotterell.5000Same quarter as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid.
Same - -2500Same on his annuity of 100l. in lieu of all allowances by bills formerly received by the Master of the Ceremonies out of the office of Treasurer of the Chamber.Ibid., p. 77.
Andrew Charlton.5000Same quarter as Housekeeper of Newmarket Palace.Ibid.
John Spencer and Hugh Andrews.22100Same on the fee of 2s. 6d. per diem and allowance of 73l. per annum, as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid., pp. 77, 82.
1850Same on the fee of 2s. 6d. per diem and allowance of 73l. per annum, as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid., pp. 77, 82.
Edward Eyre, Clerk of Estreats in the Common Pleas.20001 year due 1735, March 25.Ibid., p. 78.
Daniel Graham -28150Lady Day quarter as Apothecary in ordinary to His Majesty's person.Ibid., p. 82.
Henry Fane - -2434Same as Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court.Ibid., p. 83.
Corporation of Dartmouth.1000Same quarter's perpetuity.Ibid.
John Inglis -2500Same on his salary of 100l. and fee of 6s. 8d. per diem as Marshal of the Ceremonies and Assistant Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid., pp. 83–4.
3000Same on his salary of 100l. and fee of 6s. 8d. per diem as Marshal of the Ceremonies and Assistant Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid., pp. 83–4.
Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven.2500Same as Chief Justice in Eyre Trent North.Ibid.
Poor Ministers of the Isle of Man.2500Same quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 84.
Mayor of Macclesfield.2500Half-year due Lady Day, on the annuity for a preacher.Ibid.
Richard Bentley.5000Lady Day quarter as Keeper of His Majesty's Libraries.Ibid., p. 86.
George Turbill.5000Same as Keeper of Records relating to Forfeited Estates, England.Ibid.
Corporation of Lyme Regis.2500Same quarter's annuity for the “Cobb” Pier.Ibid., p. 87.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.10100Same quarter's perpetuity.Ibid.
Heirs of Col. Fairfax.2500Same.Ibid., pp. 87–8.
Richard Arundell.97681 year due Lady Day as Keeper of His Majesty's Private Roads and Guide of his Royal Progresses.Ibid., p. 88.
Francis Whitworth.1,00000Repairs at Cranbourne Lodge, Windsor Forest.Ibid., p. 89.
William Cowper.4868Lady Day quarter as His Majesty's Knight Harbinger.Ibid., p. 90.
John Lawton - -12000Midsummer quarter's additional allowances for digesting records in the Chapter House.Order Book XVI. p. 25.
June 26Jonathan Forward.49500Transporting to Maryland 66 felons, detailed, out of Newgate Gaol and 33 felons, detailed, out of the County Gaols of Hertford, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Bucks.
Appending:—Lists and certificates.
Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 80–1.
Hackney Coaches and Chairs Establishment.280100Midsummer quarter's salary bill.Ibid., p. 79.
Same1030Same quarter's incidents bill.Ibid.
Lord Lynn. - -17500Lady Day quarter as Master of His Majesty's Jewels.Ibid., XXXVII., p. 90.
Nathaniel Smith, late Collector of Customs at Liverpool.10000As charity and for all claims for services.Customs Book XIV. pp. 113–4.
John Lord King, Outranger of Windsor Forest.30000Half-year to Lady Day for himself and keepers of said Forest.Money Book XXXVII. p. 391.
Sir Wm. Chapple and 5 others, named.10000Trinity term as Welsh Justices.Order Book XVI. p. 98.
each.
John Birch - -2500Same as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Ibid.
Richard Bradley.50000Half-year due Lady Day as Attorney General of New York.Money Book XXXVII. p. 115.