Warrants for the Payment of Money
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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1739, July-September', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 4: 1739-1741 (1901), pp. 169-183. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91929 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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1739, July–September

July 2Horatio Walpole, Esq., Usher of the Receipt.91116Necessaries delivered to the new and ancient offices of the Receipt for 6 months.Order Book XVII. p. 122.
2,1591Necessaries delivered to the new and ancient offices of the Receipt for 6 months.Order Book XVII. p. 122.
July 3Sir Charles Dalton, Gentleman Usher Black Rod.50001738, Xmas quarter's allowance in lieu of perquisites and allowances.Ibid, p. 57.
Henry Beeston -10000Easter term as Second Justice of Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan.Ibid, p. 72.
John Burrard. Sheriff of Southampton.7369Overpayment in account as such.Money Book XXXIX. p. 282.
William Tatton, same of Chester.121111Same - -Ibid.
Wentworth Odiarne, Sergeant-at-Arms attending the House of Commons.354180Coals, candles, mops, brooms, and other accessories for said House, and rewards to messengers for delivering orders; for the session 1738–9 Feb. 1, to 1739 June 14.Ibid, p. 449.
Francis Jephson, Sergeant-at-Arms attending the House of Peers.6900Attending Speaker of said House, 1738, July 27, Oct. 13, Dec. 7, and 1738–9, Jan. 18, days of prorogation and during the above session.
Appending:— Certificate of Wm. Cowper, Clerk of Parliaments, of his attendance as above.
Ibid.
Bank of England -19,98593Circulating Exchequer bills for 3 months to 1738–9, Jan. 24.
With statement of said bills outstanding at the latter date.
Ibid, p. 111.
Thomas Lowther-1,00000His Majesty's service -Ibid, p. 47.
Nicholas Paxton -1,50000His Majesty's law causes -Ibid, p. 45.
Clerks et al., detailed, of the House of Peers40000Services, &c., in sessions of Parliament, 1738–9, Feb. 1, to 1739, June 14.Ibid, p. 80.
Clerk of the Pipe et al. Officers of the Pipe.801241 year due Midsummer, usually paid from the revenues of the Customs for services relating to the Customs.Ibid, p. 77.
Officers of the Pipe, detailed.6934Yearly salaries to the Comptroller and Secondaries to Midsummer, and fees to the clerks, payable every 2 years and due Lady-day.Ibid, p. 124.
Thomas Bowes, Sheriff of Essex.16000Rewards paid for arrests of John Stokes, Isaac Winteal, George Baker, and William David, felons.Ibid, p. 370.
July 3Jenkin Williams, Sheriff of Brecon.4000Reward paid for arrest of Walter Price, a felon.Money Book XXXIX. p. 371.
John Willis -151111Expense of sending clothing and accoutrements to the invalids doing duty at sundry distant garrisons, anno 1739.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 320.
Horatio Walpole, esq. Cofferer of the Household.100,00000Imprest for the ordinary and extraordinary expense of the Household.Ibid, pp. 321–2; Order Book XVII. p. 133.
Trustees for establishing the Colony of Georgia.20,00000Without account for the further settling and improving said colony, as by the appropriation clause in the Act of last session for granting 500,000l. out of the Sinking Fund.King's Warrant Book XXXIII p. 322.
Sir Clement Cotterell, Master of the Ceremonies.50000As a royal present to Don Marco Antonio de Azevedo Continho, Minister from and Secretary of State to the King of Portugal, who has had his audience of leave to return home: and Exchequer and other fees thereon.Ibid, p. 323.
45176As a royal present to Don Marco Antonio de Azevedo Continho, Minister from and Secretary of State to the King of Portugal, who has had his audience of leave to return home: and Exchequer and other fees thereon.Ibid, p. 323.
Edward Gostwyck -1292Dormant warrant for salary as Comptroller of Boston Port.Customs Book XIV. p. 372.
per an.
Civil List, Scotland, detailed.10,2731510½1739, Midsummer quarter-North Britain Book XII. pp. 391–5.
Salt Establishment, ibid.97500Same quarter's salary bill, detailed.Ibid, pp. 396–8.
Customs Establishment, ibid.5,80674Same -Ibid, pp. 399–413.
July 4Thomas Lowther -2,00000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXIX. p. 47; Order Book XVII. p. 17.
(? 2,50000)
John Scrope -3,22000Secret service - -King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 320.
Richard Allen -10,00000To reimburse the like sum expended for His Majesty's special service.Ibid.
Royal Africa Company10,00000Imprest towards the maintenance of the British forts and settlements belonging to said Company on the coast of Africa.Ibid, p. 321.
Corporation of Lyme Regis.10000Royal bounty towards repairing the Cobb pier (over and above the 100l. per an. granted for the same purpose).Ibid, p. 327.
John Pitt, late Governor in Chief of the Bermudas.11203Allowance as such, 1737, Sept. 29 to 1737–8, January 23, being the date of Alured Popple's commission to succeed him there.Money Book XXXIX. p. 361.
July 5Matthew Woodford -81000Victualling 360 men of the garrison of Placentia and Annapolis Royal, 1738–9, January 1, to 1739, March 31.
Appending:—Report by the Comptrollers of Army Accounts.
King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 332–3.
Charles Earl of Tankerville.70000Extraordinary expenses as late Master of His Majesty's Buckhounds.Ibid, pp. 323–4, 330–1.
[After
July 5]
Peter Toovey, Receiver General of his Majesty's Land Revenues in Warwick and Leicester.1448Due on his accounts for 3 years to 1738, Michaelmas.
Prefixing: — Certificate by Auditor Lowndes of the credit.
Money Book XXXIX. p. 450.
John Viscount Lymington, Governor and Receiver General of the Isle of Wight.2571411¼Due on his accounts for 1 year to 1738, Michaelmas.
Prefixing:—As above.
Ibid, pp. 450–1.
July 6Horatio Walpole, esq. Clerk of Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer Court.331081738, Nov. 7 (date to which his predecessor was paid), to 1739, June 24.Order Book XVII. p. 130.
Nicolas Grueber - -1,14513For gunpowder supplied to the Board of Ordnance, Ireland.Irish Book IX. pp. 156–7.
The Bishop of Rochester as Dean of Westminster Abbey, Sir Robert Walpole and Sir William Lee, Chief Justice of the King's Bench.4,00000Towards repairing and finishing Westminster Abbey, and to enable the Dean and Chapter of said church to purchase two prebendal houses in lieu of two to be taken down for facilitating the repairs and finishing said church.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 328.
Henry Jacomb -80000Royal bounty - - -Ibid, p. 329.
Thomas Gibson - -1,91100To answer bills of exchange drawn from abroad for his Majesty's service; and fees thereon.Ibid.
10560To answer bills of exchange drawn from abroad for his Majesty's service; and fees thereon.Ibid.
John Lawton, Alexander Haselar, John Scott.2,00000Towards further repair and finishing the tower and roof of St. Margaret's, Westminster.Ibid, p. 330.
Wine Licence Office -577100Midsummer quarter's salary bill.Money Book XXXIX. p. 363.
July 7Augustus Schutz -36,00000For his Majesty's privy purse, without account, imprest or charge.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 85.
July 13Major General Clayton, Sir Charles Wills, Richard Earl of Scarborough and John Earl of Dunmore.50000Levy money for additional men for respectively the Royal regiment of Foot, First regiment of Foot Guards, Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards, and Third regiment ditto.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 17.
1,07800Levy money for additional men for respectively the Royal regiment of Foot, First regiment of Foot Guards, Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards, and Third regiment ditto.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 17.
69300Levy money for additional men for respectively the Royal regiment of Foot, First regiment of Foot Guards, Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards, and Third regiment ditto.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 17.
69300Levy money for additional men for respectively the Royal regiment of Foot, First regiment of Foot Guards, Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards, and Third regiment ditto.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 17.
respectively.
July 13Brigadier General Anstruther, Majs. Gen. James Tyrrell, Piercy Kirke, James Lord Tyrawley. Col. George Read, Maj. Gen. Francis Columbine, Brig. William Hargrave, Col. Thomas Pagett and Brigadier John Armstrong.50000Levy money for additional men for their various regiments.King's Warrant Book XXXIV. p. 17.
July 26Wine Licence Establishment.3856Incidents bill for 1739, Midsummer quarter.Money Book XXXIX. p. 451.
July 31John Gaskarth, Sheriff of Cumberland.91181Overpayment in account as such.Ibid, p. 282.
William Nevill, same of Lichfield.13710Same - -Ibid.
John Lester, same of the town of Poole.15311Same -Ibid.
Henry Bower, same of Dorset.251Same -Ibid.
John Perrott, same of Worcestershire.49180Same -Ibid.
Sir George Cooke, Sheriff of Yorkshire.8000Rewards paid for the arrests of Thomas Hadfield and Naomi Hollings, felons.Ibid, p. 371.
Sir Ralph Asheton, Sheriff of Lancaster.4000Same for same of Joseph Wilson, felon.Ibid.
John Burnaby, Secretary to Sweden.40s. per diem, and 200l.Privy seal for his ordinary entertainment as such, and allowance for equipage.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 334.
Excise Establishment,1,87721739, Midsummer quarter's salary bill.North Britain Book XII. pp. 419–21.
Same -74414Same quarter's incidents billIbid, pp. 421–2.
July 31
and
Sept. 25
Executors of James Reynolds, Esq., late Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer.72410Pension, 1738, July 5 to 1738–9. Feb. 9. day of death.
Appending:—Certificate as to death.
Money Book XXXIX. pp. 454, 470; Order Book XVII. p. 153.
(? 704147)
Aug. 1John Walker, Usher of the Exchequer Court.40711Necessaries provided for said Court, 1739, Trinity term, and diet allowance.Order Book XVII. p. 132.
Aug. 4Bank of England - -160,000001 year's annuity to 1740, June 24, on South Sea stock purchased by the Bank, and proportionate charges of management.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 354; Order Book XVII. p. 133.
1,8983
Aug. 6Major General William Hargrave and 9 others, detailed.38434Allowance in sums, detailed, in lieu of 2 months' off-reckonings for their additional men.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 356.
Aug. 7John Burnaby, Secretary in Sweden.20000Equipage and 3 months' ordinary in advance from 1739, July 20.Money Book XXXIX. 455.
18200Equipage and 3 months' ordinary in advance from 1739, July 20.Money Book XXXIX. 455.
Aug. 7Thomas Ripley, Keeper of the King's Private Roads, &c.97681 year to 1739, June 22, on his patent fee of 2s. per day and allowance of 3s. 4d. per day for travelling charges.Money Book XXXIX. p. 458; Order Book XVII. p. 134.
(? 60168)
Francis Whitworth, Surveyor General of Woods.98300For repair of the road round Windsor Little Park.Money Book, ibid.
House Duties Establishment.67731739, Midsummer quarter's incidents.Ibid, p. 459.
William Clark, late Sheriff of Surrey.129167Overpayment in account as such.Ibid. p. 282.
John Clerke, same of Oxford.231110Same - -Ibid.
James Chaffey Cowper, same of Somerset.520Same -Ibid.
Bank of England -18,56404Circulating Exchequer bills for 3 months to 1739, April 24.
With statement of said bills outstanding at the latter date as follows, viz.:—
Ibid, p. 112.
Victuallers' duty(1726) 481, 400l.
Malt(1737) 129,700l.
Land Tax(1737) 62,800l.
Sweets(1737) 499,600l.
Malt(1738) 550,900l.
Land Tax(1738) 630,100l.
Malt(1739) 359,100l.
House Duties Establishment.6771001739, Midsummer quarter's salary bill.Ibid, p. 351.
William Trumbull, Sheriff of Berks.8000Rewards paid for arrests of Mary Pearce and Nathaniel Taylor, felons.Ibid, p. 371.
Thomas Bold, Under-sheriff of Middlesex.20000Same for same of William Silvester, John Fossett alias Powell, Henry Fluellin, Thomas Easter and William Child, felons.Ibid.
John Scrope - -7,80000Secret service -King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 320.
Aug. 9Horatio Walpole, Ambassador, &c. to the States General.1,30000Quarter's ordinary to 1739, April 5, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Money Book XXXIX. p. 460.
40000
Charles Cowling, Richard Jeffris and Henry Woolcott.10000Apprehending and convicting David Roberts, a filer of guineas.
Prefixing:— Petition of said Cowling, &c.
Ibid, pp. 460–1.
Aug. 9Hawkers and Pedlars Establishment.47000Midsummer quarter's salary bill.Money Book XXXIX. p. 141b.
Same -37851Incidents bill for half-year to same date.Ibid, pp. 462–3.
Bank of England18,72416Circulating Exchequer bills for three months to 1739, July 24.
With statement of said bills outstanding at the latter date.
Ibid, p. 112.
Aug. 14Earl of Wilmington -1,00000Lady-day quarter as President of the Privy Council.Ibid, p. 98.
Earl of Essex, Ranger of St. James's Park.22289Same quarter for self and underkeepers, &c., of said park.Ibid, p. 84.
Same, Keeper of Hyde Park.10000Same, for same of said park.Ibid, p. 85.
Earl of Warwick20000Same quarter's pension - -Ibid, p. 45.
Thomas Lowther -1,00000His Majesty's service -Ibid, p. 47.
Charles Duke of St. Albans.34326Lady-day quarter as Master of the Hawks.Ibid, p. 77.
Same - -25000Same quarter's pension - -Ibid.
Duke of Kent -50000Same - - -Ibid.
William Trumbull, Sheriff of Berks.8000Rewards paid for arrests of Robert Melloway and William Parrett, felons.Ibid, p. 371.
Thomas Corbett, Secretary to the fund for Sea Officers' widows.20000Royal warrant for salary, payable out of sale of victualling stores.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. pp. 349–50.
per an.
William Corbett, Paymaster to the above said charity for relief of poor widows of officers of the Navy.10000Same, out of same -Ibid.
per an.
Filippo Stamma - -8000Annuity or yearly pension as Interpreter of Oriental languages, payable by Mr. Steuart.Ibid, p. 351.
per an.
Aug. 15William, Lord Abergavenny, Master of His Majesty's Jewels.78127Salary from day of appointment, 1738–9, Feb. 13 to Lady-day, 1739.Money Book XXXIX. p. 463.
Earl of Cholmondeley-300001739, Lady-day quarter as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.Ibid, p. 169.
Clerks of the Privy Council.25000Same quarter's salaries - -Ibid, p. 44.
Same - -10000Same, attending the despatch of Trade and Plantation matters before said Council.Ibid.
John Duke of Montagu30000Same quarter's pension - -Ibid, p. 50.
Francis Earl of Godolphin.45000Same quarter's fee and allowances as Keeper of the Privy Seal.Ibid, p. 47; Order Book XVII. p. 28.
293150Same quarter's fee and allowances as Keeper of the Privy Seal.Ibid, p. 47; Order Book XVII. p. 28.
(? 653150)
Charles Lord Cornwallis.416134Same quarter as Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South.Money Book XXXIX. p. 76.
Aug. 15Duke of Dorset385001739, Lady-day quarter's pension.Money Book XXXIX. p. 134.
Same - - -27500Same quarter as Governor of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports.Ibid.
Duke of Grafton - -75000Same quarter's pension -Ibid, p. 358.
Aug. 20Edward Byam, Lieut. Gov. of Antigua.10000Half-year's allowance to July 28, ult.Order Book XVII. p. 85.
Thomas Martyn - -10000Trinity term, as Second Justice of Carnarvon, Merioneth and Anglesea.Ibid, p. 71.
Rogers Holland, John Trevor, Henry Beeston, Richard Carter, Henry Proctor.10000Same, as Welsh Justices ut supra, p. 135.Ibid, p. 72.
each.
George Clive -2500Same as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Ibid.
Aug. 21James Earl Waldegrave. Ambassador, &c. to France.780002 bills of extras, detailed -Money Book XXXIX. p. 464.
740002 bills of extras, detailed -Money Book XXXIX. p. 464.
Richard Shelton - -20000Royal bounty - -King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 338.
Brigadier Gen. Thos. Wentworth, Col. Richd. Onslow. Col. Simon Descury, Col. William Handasyd Col. William Blakeney.1,05000In separate amounts, detailed, for levy money for men specified, and one muster complete, 1739, June 25 to August 24.Ibid, p. 352.
Thomas Lowther -1,00000His Majesty's service -Money Book XXXIX. p. 60.
Aug. 23Sir Charles Wills, the Earl of Scarborough, the Earl of Dunmore.970188Clothing and accoutrements for additional men of their regiments of Foot Guards.
Appending:—Account.
King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 353–4.
Major General Thomas Howard and 27 others, detailed.9,30384Allowance, in sums detailed, for clothing and accoutrements for additional men, detailed, in all 5,780, of the marching regiments of foot.
Appending: — Estimate of accoutrements for said additional men.
Ibid, pp. 354–5.
Aug. 27The Rt. Hon. Luke Gardiner.2,7704For John Macarell for transporting forces detailed from Dublin and Cork to Port Mahon.
Appending:—Gardiner's certificate of the account.
Ibid, pp. 362–4.
Duke of Argyll and Henry Earl of Pembroke.1,80000Levy money for additional men for the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards and the King's Own Regiment of Horse.Ibid, p. 360.
each.
General George Wade and General William Evans.1,20000Same, for the King's Regiment of Horse and the late Queen's Own Royal Regiment of Horse.Ibid.
each.
Aug. 27Charles Lord Cadogan and 7 others, detailed99000Levy money for 66 horses and accoutrements for the additional men of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons and other regiments, detailed.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. pp. 356–7.
each.
Aug. 28Executors of John Crook shanks, late Secretary to the Commissaries in Spain.16000Ordinary, from 1738, Sept. 29, to Dec. 18, day of his death.Money Book XXXIX. p. 465.
Edward Finch, Envoy, &c. to Sweden.1,44800Ordinary for 6 months to 1739, June 24, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
10000Ordinary for 6 months to 1739, June 24, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
Alured Popple, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Burmudas.17000Half-year due same time on his allowances as such.Ibid, p. 466.
David Williaume, Sheriff of Bedford.101311Overpayment in account as such.Ibid, p. 282; Order Book XVII. p. 82.
(?10311
James Earl Waldegrave and 4 others, detailed250001739, Lady day quarter, as Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.Money Book XXXIX p. 427.
each.
Charles Churchill and 6 others, detailed.12500Same quarter, as Grooms of the Bedchamber.Ibid.
each.
Lord Hervey -15000Same quarter, as Vice Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid, p. 428.
Samuel Gray, Messenger of the Press.481010Expenses in buying up, and getting marked for evidence, all pamphlets and papers published in London, 1738–9, March 23 to June 21.Letter Book XIX. p. 511.
John Sealy, junior -568Dormant warrant for salary as Comptroller of Customs, Bridgwater port.Customs Book XIV. p. 372.
Horatio Townshend -2700Same for same, as one of the Customers of Newcastle on Tyne port.Ibid, p. 377.
per an.
Earl of Warwick -200001739, Midsummer quarter's pension.Money Book XXXIX. p. 45.
Aug. 29Richard Ryley -6000Hay for the deer in New Lodge Walk, Windsor Forest.
Appending:—Certificate by H. [Lord] Beauclere [Ranger of said walk].
Ibid. p. 446.
Henry Earl of Pembroke.500001739, Lady-day quarter, as Groom of the Stole, &c.Ibid, p. 426; Order Book XVII. p. 112.
Charles Duke of Marlborough and 5 others, detailed.25000Same quarter as Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.Money Book, ibid.
each.
Executors of the Earl of Selkirk.2131311½1738, Dec. 25 to 1738–9, March 13, day of his death, as same.Ibid.
Sept. 4Major General Anstruther, Lieutenant Governor of Minorca.7571710½Contingencies for the garrison there.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 361.
William Ellis - -85000Royal bounty -Ibid, p. 362.
Sept. 5Henry Worsley, late Captain Gen. and Gov. in Chief of Barbados, &c.2,00000Allowance, 1 year to 1731, June 11.Order Book XVII. p. 138.
Sept. 11Robert Byng, Governor of Barbados.1,50000Services as such, performed and to be performed.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 365.
Same - -2,00000Dormant warrant for salary as such (including allowance in lieu of grants from the Assemblies there), to date from 1739, June 25.Ibid, p. 366.
per an.
Sept. 12John Scrope7,20000Secret service - -Ibid, p. 320.
Thomas Revell407166Insurance of provisions sent to Gibraltar in the year ended 1738, January 28.
Appending:—Report by Viscount Midleton, a Comptroller of Army Accounts.
Ibid, pp. 369–70.
Same - -3,87010Victualling Gibraltar garrison, 1738–9, January 29 to 1739, March 25.
Appending:—Report as above, and lists of the regiments victualled.
Ibid, pp. 370–1.
Matthew Woodford -81900Victualling Placentia and Annapolis Royal, 1739, April 1 to June 30.
Appending:—Report as above.
Ibid, pp. 372–3.
David Earl of Buchan40000Annuity from 1739, June 24Ibid, p. 367.
per an.
James Dottin, President of the Council at Barbados.50000Being the Governor's moiety salary, &c., ut supra, p. 153Ibid, p. 244.
out of 4½ per cent. duty there.
Sept. 13George Munro -1,00000Out of unapplied moneys of the new subsidy of tonnage and poundage arisen in Scotland during the life of his late Majesty, Geo. I., as reward for services performed to the said king.North Britain Book XII. p. 424.
Major General Anstruther, Lieut. Gov. of Minorca.63500Imprest for services relating to the garrison of Minorca.
Appending:—Entry of bill of exchange, drawn by Anstruther for said amount.
King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 365.
Sept. 14John Savary, Receiver General of the deductions of 6d. per £ as by 7 Geo. I.10000Dormant warrant for allowance for incidents for his office, as allowed to Francis Burton, deceased, the late Receiver of same.Money Book XXXIX. p. 467.
per an.
Sept. 14Robert Trevor, late Secretary to the extraordinary Embassy to the States General.34200Ordinary as such, 1739, March 25 to Sept. 13, on which day his allowance of 40s. per day is directed to determine.Money Book XXXIX. p. 468.
Samuel Richardson -81176Bill, detailed, for printing, publishing, &c., bills and orders during the 2 sessions of Parliament of 1738 and 1739.Ibid.
Sept. 18Ralph Jenison -70000Extraordinaries as Master of the royal Buck-hounds for the year ended 1739, June 24.King's Warrant Book XXXIII p. 373.
Sept. 19Robert Trevor, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General of the United Provinces.5l. per day and 500l.Ordinary allowance as such from 1739, Sept. 13, and allowance for equipage.Ibid, p. 375.
Sept. 20John Selwyn, junior -4776Imprest for the establishment of the late Queen, for 1739, Lady-day quarter, as by a sign manual of date 1737–8, March 22.Ibid, p. 374.
Sept. 25Lord Torpichen - -20000Lady-day quarter's allowanceMoney Book XXXIX. p. 166.
William Chetwynde -10000Same quarter's allowance as Examiner of Interludes, Tragedies, &c.Ibid, p. 307.
Thomas Odel -5000Same, as Deputy Examiner of same.Ibid, p. 308.
Earl of Galloway -20000Same quarter's allowanceIbid, p. 284.
Commissioners for Trade, detailed.2,00000Same quarter's salaries -Ibid, p. 245.
Dr. Henry Brooke -1000Same quarter, as Professor and Reader of Laws, Oxford.Ibid, p. 229.
Corporation of Lyme Regis.2500Same quarter's annuity for the “Cobb” Pier.Ibid, p. 1.
Heirs of Col. Fairfax -2500Same quarter's perpetuityIbid.
Same of Nicholas Yates2500Same, same - -Ibid.
Dr. William Woodford.1000Same quarter's fee as Professor and Reader of Physic, Oxford.Ibid, p. 2.
Dr. Christopher Green1000Same, as same of same, Cambridge.Ibid.
Dr. Francis Dickens1000Same quarter's allowance as same of Laws, Cambridge.Ibid, p. 2.
Daniel Graham -28150Same as Apothecary in Ordinary to His Majesty's person.Ibid, p. 3.
Corporation of Berwick.2500Same quarter's allowance for the bridge over the Tweed.Ibid.
Jane Kien - -7500Same quarter's salary as Housekeeper and Wardrobe-keeper at Kensington.Ibid.
Corporation of Dartmouth.1000Same quarter's perpetuity -Ibid, p. 4.
Provost and Fellows of Eton College.1000Same, same - -Ibid.
Sept. 25Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven.5001739, Lady-day quarter's fee as Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent North.Money Book XXXIX. p. 4.
Samuel Chetham, Sheriff of Lancaster.4210Overpayment in account as such.Ibid, p. 282.
Pudsey Jesson, same of Warwick.63310Same -Ibid.
William Gape, same of Herts.32410¾SameIbid, p. 283.
William Earl of Essex5000Lady-day quarter's pension for Lady Charlotte Hyde.Ibid, p. 237.
Thomas Hill, Secretary to the Commissioners of Trade.287100Same quarter's salaries and incidents of said office.Ibid, p. 244.
28951Same quarter's salaries and incidents of said office.Ibid, p. 244.
Richard Davenport, Sheriff of Stafford.4000Reward paid for arrest of Thomas Ansell, felon.Ibid, p. 371.
Thomas Burrell, same of Lincoln.4000Same, for same of William Cham, a felon.Ibid.
Oliver Edwards, same of Bedford.4000Same, for same of Simon Odell, a felon.Ibid, p. 372.
Thomas Hardy, same of Warwick.8000Same, for same of John Lattin and William Butler, felons.Ibid.
John Piggott, same of Bucks.8000Same, for same of William Trasley and John Hewes, felons.Ibid.
Robert Lacy, same of Kent.12000Same, for same of Elizabeth Geary, John Chapman and Thomas Leggatt, felons.Ibid.
Robert Colvill, same of Huntington.4000Same, for same of Richard Gooding, a felon.Ibid.
Robert Skyrin, Undersheriff of London and Middlesex.20000Reward paid for arrest of Elizabeth Osborne, Wm. Bollingbrooke. Edward Bearcock, Isaac George, Elizabeth Reynolds, Peregrine Audley, Martha London, Ashby Johnson, William Udal and Abraham Nash, felons.Ibid.
20000Reward paid for arrest of Elizabeth Osborne, Wm. Bollingbrooke. Edward Bearcock, Isaac George, Elizabeth Reynolds, Peregrine Audley, Martha London, Ashby Johnson, William Udal and Abraham Nash, felons.Ibid.
Lewis Grant - -100001739, Lady-day quarterIbid, p. 387.
John Lord Hope. William Earl of Sutherland, Charles Earl of Lauderdale.20000Same - - -Ibid; Order Book XVII. pp. 65, 68.
20000Same - - -Ibid; Order Book XVII. pp. 65, 68.
30000Same - - -Ibid; Order Book XVII. pp. 65, 68.
Richard Earl of Tylney, Warden of Waltham Forest.67100Same, for officers of said forest.Money Book XXXIX. p. 388.
James Earl of Hyndford.20000Same quarter's allowance -Ibid, p. 403.
William Marquis of Lothian.30000Same quarter's pension “from which time determined by a sign manual dated the 6th June, 1739.”Ibid, p. 82.
Mungo Haldane - -10000Same quarter's allowance -Ibid.
Thomas Lowther -1,50000His Majesty's service - -Ibid, p. 60.
Robert Smith -37100Lady-day quarter as Master of Mechanics.Ibid, p. 65.
Thomas Farrington -10000Same, as an Auditor of the Exchequer Court.Ibid.
Charles Shelley - -7500Same, as same - - -Ibid, p. 66.
Sept. 25John Lord King, Outranger of Windsor Forest.30000Half-year to 1739 Lady Day for self, keepers, &c.,of said Forest.Money Book XXXIX. p. 71.
Richard Bradley -7500Same as Attorney General of the Province of New York.Ibid, p. 72.
William Cowper,knight Harbinger.4868Lady-day quarter s annuity and allowance.Ibid.
John Spencer and Hugh Andrews.1850Same quarter's allowance and fee, as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid, p. 74.
22100Same quarter's allowance and fee, as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid, p. 74.
Mayor of Macclesfield -25000Half-year to same date on the annuity for a town preacher.Ibid, p. 75.
Duke of Montagu. Grand Master of the Order of the Bath.12500Lady-day quarter for the officers of said Order.Ibid, p. 86.
Sergeants at Arms, detailed.19800Same quarter -Ibid, p. 87.
John Anstis, junr. -261341 year to 1739, Lady-day as Blanch Coursier Herald.Ibid,
John Rollos121001739, Lady-day quarter as chief Engraver of Royal Seals, &c.Ibid, p. 88.
Sir Charles Dalton5000Same, as Gentleman Usher Black Rod.Ibid.
Duke of St. Albans -45100Same as Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle.Ibid.
Earl of Tylney, Warden of Waltham Forest.67100Same quarter for officers of said forest.Ibid, p. 89.
Augustus Earl of Berkeley, Constable of Dean Forest.52100Same, for same of said forestIbid.
Kings at Arms and other officers at Arms, detailed.21000Half-year due same date -Ibid, p. 90.
Charles Lee, Master of Revels, and L'Estrange Symes, Comptroller of same.22341 year to same date, on their wages of 10l. and 12l. 3s. 4d. per an. respectively.Ibid, p. 91.
Charles Hope - -10000Lady-day quarter's annuity -Ibid, p. 92.
George Middleton of London, goldsmith.15000Same quarter's incidents of the Commissioners of Police.Ibid.
Earl of Crawford and 9 others, detailed, ut supra p. 143.62500Same quarter's allowances, detailed.Ibid, p. 93.
David Lord Balgony -10000Same - - -Ibid,
Earl of Kintore -5000Same quarter's annuity - -Ibid, p. 94.
Earl of Ilay and George Campbell, goldsmith5000Same quarter for the children of the late Lord William Forbes.Ibid.
Martha Johnston, widow.12100Same quarter's pension -Ibid.
George Lord Mordington5000Same quarter's allowancesIbid, p. 95.
Francis Whitworth -5000Half-year to same date, as Surveyor General of Woods north and south of the Trent.Ibid.
George Turbill -5000Lady-day quarter as Keeper of Records relating to Forfeited Estates, England.Ibid.
Sept. 5Charles Fitzroy - -3300Lady-day quarter as Keeper of His Majesty's Tennis Courts.Money Book XXXIX. p. 96.
Samuel Long5000Same, as Housekeeper of Newmarket Palace.Ibid.
Ministers of the Isle of Man.2500Same quarter's annuity -Ibid.
Richard Bentley - -5000Same quarter, as Keeper of His Majesty's Libraries.Ibid, p. 97.
Sir Clement Cotterell -2500Same quarter's annuity, allowance and salary, as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid.
5000Same quarter's annuity, allowance and salary, as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid.
John Inglis -2500Same quarter's salary and fee, as Marshal of the Ceremonies and Assistant Master of the same.Ibid, p. 98.
3000Same quarter's salary and fee, as Marshal of the Ceremonies and Assistant Master of the same.Ibid, p. 98.
Zachary Chambers, gent.144138Disbursements in the Surveyor General of Crown Lands Office f or presses for the books of said office and for copies of records, surveys, and other muniments and papers for the benefit of His Majesty's land revenues.Ibid, p. 469.
Edward Sawyer, late Brunswick Herald at Arms.20009 months to 1738, Dec. 25, the day he was succeeded in said office by Charles Frewen.Ibid, p. 469.
Charles Frewen, present same.61341738, Dec. 25 to 1739, March 25, as above.Ibid.
Thomas Bold, Undersheriff of the County of Middlesex.20000Rewards paid for the arrests of John Rigby, Henry Johnson, Edward Campbell, James Caldclugh, David Roberts, felons.Ibid, p. 471.
Earl Waldegrave, Ambassador, &c. to France.1,30000Quarter's ordinary to 1738–9, March 12, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid. XL. p. 1.
49000Quarter's ordinary to 1738–9, March 12, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid. XL. p. 1.
Lord Tyrawley, Envoy, &c. to Portugal.450001739, Lady-day quarter's ordinary and 2 bills of extras, detailed.Ibid, pp. 1–2.
75001739, Lady-day quarter's ordinary and 2 bills of extras, detailed.Ibid, pp. 1–2.
75001739, Lady-day quarter's ordinary and 2 bills of extras, detailed.Ibid, pp. 1–2.
Thomas Robinson, Minister Plenipotentiary at Vienna.45000Same, sameIbid, p. 2.
41700Same, sameIbid, p. 2.
Thomas Villiers, Envoy, &c. to the King of Poland.45000Same, same -Ibid.
10000Same, same -Ibid.
Benjamin Keene, Envoy, &c. to Spain.72000Same, same -Ibid, p. 3.
15000 31Same, same -Ibid, p. 3.
Arthur Stert. one of the Commissaries to treat with those of Spain.45000Same quarter's ordinaryIbid.
Charles Holzendorff -10000Same quarter on his allowance for services abroad.Ibid.
Martin Bladen, Samuel Tufnell, John Drummond.36000Same quarter, as Commissaries to treat at Antwerp with those of the Emperor and the State General.Ibid, p. 4.
each.
James Cope - -18000Same, as Secretary to said Commissaries.Ibid.
Sept. 25Joseph Day - -90001739. Lady-day quarter, residing at Dunkirk.Money Book XL. p. 4.
Arthur Villettes, Secretary at Turin.18000Same ordinary -Ibid, p. 5.
Robert Trevor, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to the States General.18000Same -Ibid.
Melchior Guy Dickens, Secretary at Berlin.18000Same, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
10000Same, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
Executors of James Dayrolle, late Resident with the States General.2400Ordinary from 1738, Dec. 25 to 1738–9, January 2, day of his death, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.
Appending:—Certificate as to death.
Ibid, pp. 5–6.
8400Ordinary from 1738, Dec. 25 to 1738–9, January 2, day of his death, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.
Appending:—Certificate as to death.
Ibid, pp. 5–6.
Walter Titley, Resident in Denmark.264001739, Lady-day quarter's ordinary, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid, pp. 7–8.
100001739, Lady-day quarter's ordinary, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid, pp. 7–8.
Claudius Rondeau, Resident with the Czarina of Muscovy.27000Same, and same -Ibid.
10000Same, and same -Ibid.
Sir Cyril Wich, Envoy, &c. to the Hanse Towns.27000Same, and same -Ibid.
7500Same, and same -Ibid.
Charles Fane, Resident at the Court of Florence.27000Same ordinaryIbid. p. 7.
John Couraud - -4000Same quarter's salary as Keeper of the Papers, Whitehall Palace.Ibid. XXXIX. p. 443.
Sept. 26Bank of England -50,000001 year to 1740, June 4, being 4% on 1,250,000 annuities.Order Book XVII. p. 168.
Owen Brereton, Paymaster of the 1710 Lottery.8,00000To pay annuities on said lotlery unsubscribed into South Sea stock.Money Book XXXIX. p. 201.
Brinley Skinner - -135001739, Lady-day quarter, till he shall be provided for in his Majesty's service.Ibid. XL. p. 8.
Edward Holden, Consul General at Algier.15000Same quarter's allowance -Ibid, p. 9.
William Reade, Consul General at Tripoli.9500Same, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
25000Same, and 1 bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
Abraham Castres, Consul at Madrid.12500Same quarter's allowance -Ibid.
William Cayley, Consul at Cadiz.5000Same - -Ibid.
John Dean, Consul in Flanders.5000Same - -Ibid.
William Latton, Consul at Tetuan.62100Same - - -Ibid.
Robert Trevor, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General of the United Netherlands.50000Allowance for equipage and one quarter's ordinary in advance.Ibid, p. 10.
45500Allowance for equipage and one quarter's ordinary in advance.Ibid, p. 10.
Taxes Commissioners -150001739, Lady-day quarter's salaries.Ibid.
Same -861810¾Same quarter's incidents bill for land tax, prefixed in detail.Ibid, pp. 10–11.
Sept. 26Edward Eyre - -0001 year to 1739, Lady-day, on his salary as Clerk of Estreats in the Court of Common Pleas.Money Book XXXIX. pp. 74.
Nicholas Paxton -1,00000His Majesty's law causes -Ibid, p. 45.
Sept. 27Robert Lord Walpole, Ranger and Keeper of Richmond Park.46701739, Michaelmas quarter for officers of said park.Ibid, p. 135.
Charles Duke of Richmond.10,00000Imprest towards the extraordinaries of the stables.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 206.
Sept. 28Major General John Armstrong.50000Levy money for 100 additional men for his regiment, at 5l. per man.Ibid, XXXIV. p. 17.
Cols. W. Blakeney, Simon Descury, John Guise, William Handasyd, Thomas Wentworth, Humphrey Bland, Richard Onslow, Charles Howard, John Campbell and Lord James Cavendish.1,36500Same for 10 sergeants, 10 corporals, 10 drummers, and 360 privates each at 3l. 10s. per man.Ibid.
each.
Maj.-Gen.Wm. Barrell, Col. Stephen Cornwallis, Lieut. Gens. Thomas Whetham and Joseph Sabine, Brig. Gen. Middleton, Brigs. Roger Handasyd, Henry Har rison and Thomas Howard.38500Same for 110 privates at 3l. 10s. 0d. per man.Ibid.
each.