Warrants for the Payment of Money
1745, July-September

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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1745, July-September', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 818-826. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92085 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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1745, July–September

July 3Arthur Onslow50000100 days to the 22nd ult. as Speaker of the House of Commons.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 175.
[?]Chief Warden of the Jury of Goldsmiths.5000Entertainment at the Trial of the Pix on the coming 23rd inst.Ibid, pp. 56.
July 3Wine License establishment.5771001745, June 24 quarter's salary bill.Ibid.
Sir Dudley Ryder, Attorney General.8168One year to 1744–5, Jan. 28, as such.Ibid, p. 57
Same and his clerk -10500Same time, attending Plantation business.Ibid.
1000Same time, attending Plantation business.Ibid.
William Murray, Solicitor General.7000One year to 1745, November 27, as such.Ibid.
Same and his clerk -10500Same time, attending Plantation business.Ibid.
10100Same time, attending Plantation business.Ibid.
Thomas Basket, King's printer.5,125195Printing proclamations, speeches, &c., &c., one year to 1744, July 31.Money Book XLII. p. 51.
Marquess of Tweeddale3,00000Secretary of State's Secret Service.Ibid.
Reverend Alexander Keith.2000Passage money as a minister to South Carolina.Ibid, p. 52.
Reverend Joseph Lamson.2000Same as same to New York -Ibid.
July 9Major General Joshua Guest. Barrackmaster General in North Britain.960193Necessaries for the Barracks in North Britain for one year to 1744, Xmas.
Appending:—Report and account.
King's Warrant Book XXXVI. pp. 178–9.
July 9Messrs. Burrell and Bristow.1,365176Provisions for Minorca garrisonKing's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 180.
Earl of Hyndford10l. a day andOrdinary from March 30 last, and equipage as Envoy Extr. and Plenip. to Russia.Ibid, p. 181.
1,00000
Thomas Revell4,3870134/47Victualling Gibraltar, 1744, Dec. 24. to 1744–5, Feb. 17.
Appending:—Two monthly lists of the men victualled.
Ibid, p. 149.
Lord Tyrawley, Ambassador, &c., to Russia.1,30000Quarter's ordinary to 1744, August 14.Money Book XLII. p. 58.
Duke of Newcastle -3,00000Secret Service -Ibid, p. 51.
July 10Officers of the Pipe, detailed.80124One year to 1745 June 24 -Ibid, p. 58.
John Sharpe, Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury.25000For the purchase of a house at Puxley, from Capt. Brudenell, for a lodge for Whittlewood Forest.Ibid, p. 59.
Earl of Pembroke -500001744, Lady Day quarter, as Groom of the Stole.Ibid, p. 62.
Sir Robert Rich, John Campbell, John Clavering William Herbert, Edward Finch, andexecutors of Charles Churchill, of Sir James Campbell, and of James Brudenell.12500Same quarter as Grooms of the Bedchamber.Ibid.
each.
William Finch15000Same, as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid.
Earl of Albemarle and 12 others, detailed.25000Same, as Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.Ibid, p. 63.
Andrew Reid, contractor for transporting felons.30500Transporting 61 felons on the “Savannah,” James Dobbins master, to America.
Appending:—Lists of felons' names, certificates, &c., &c.
Ibid, pp. 64, 65.
Hawkers and Pedlars establishment.470001743, June 24 quarter's salariesIbid, p 65.
Same -45811Incidents for half-year to same date.Ibid, p. 66.
Wine License establishment.51615101745, June 24 quarter's incidents.Ibid, p. 53.
Salt establishment, Scotland.75000Same quarter's salary billNorth Britain Book XIV. pp. 177–9.
Customs establishment, ibid.4,904160Same, same -Ibid, pp. 180–9.
Civil List, ibid. -9,911149Same quarter -Ibid, pp. 189–191.
Rogers Holland et al., detailed, including the executors of Henry Proctor as Second Justice of Glamorgan, Brecon, and Radnor.100001744, Michaelmas term, as Welsh Justices, ut supra, p. 395.Order Book XVIII. p. 9.
each.
July 10Arthur Vansittart30000One year to 1744, Sept., rent of Mote Park.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 176.
2280One year to 1744, Sept., rent of Mote Park.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 176.
John Earl of Loudoun1,198211Nett off-reckonings of his Highland regiment.
Appending:—Accounts of same.
Ibid, pp. 176–7.
John Walker, Usher of the Exchequer Court.226125Necessaries delivered 1744, Hilary term and diet allowance.Order Book XVIII. p. 205.
192Necessaries delivered 1744, Hilary term and diet allowance.Order Book XVIII. p. 205.
July 11Earl of Warwick40000Half-year to 1745, June 24 -Ibid, p. 19.
July 17Earl Waldegrave250001744, Lady Day quarter as a Gent, of the Bedchamber.Ibid, p. 177.
Excise establishment, Scotland.1,88001745, Midsummer quarter's salary and incidents bills.North Britain Book XIV. pp. 192–3.
5151141745, Midsummer quarter's salary and incidents bills.North Britain Book XIV. pp. 192–3.
Galfridus Mann, clothier.2281210Freight and insurance on sending invalid clothing to sundry distant garrisons.
Appending:—Bill.
King's Warrant Book XXXVI. pp. 182–3.
William Davis -50000To reimburse the like expended for His Majesty's service.Money Book XLII. p. 67.
Earl of Hyndford, Ambassador, &c., to Russia.91000Three months' ordinary in advance and equipage.Ibid.
1,00000Three months' ordinary in advance and equipage.Ibid.
July 22Salusbury Cade -1,500001744, Lady Day quarter, for the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners.Ibid, p. 63.
July 23Sir John Campbell, commonly called Lord Glenorchy.70000As Master or Treasurer of the Jewels from 1744, Sept. 21.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 183.
per an.
Reverend James Holiday.2000Passage money as a minister Bermuda.Money Book XLII. p. 52.
Bryan Pybus -107150Passage of soldiers in the packet boats between Dover and Ostend, six months to June 24 last.Ibid, p. 48.
Aug. 3Thomas Revell -4,678100Victualling Gibraltar, 1744–5, Feb. 18 to 1745, April 14.
Appending:—Two monthly lists of the numbers of men victualled.
King's Warrant Book XXXVI. pp. 149–50.
Aug. 15John Scrope -5,00000Secret Service - -Ibid, p. 185.
Aug. 20William Montagu, commander of the “Mermaid.”50000Bringing an account from Commodore Warren and Mr. Pepperell of the surrender of Louisburg and the territories thereto belonging.Ibid, p. 186.
Aug. 21Matthew Woodford -81000Victualling Placentia and Annapolis Royal, one quarter to 1745. March 31.
Appending:—Report by the Comptrollers of Army Accounts.
Ibid, pp. 185–6.
Aug. 21Arthur Villettes -7498One bill of extras, detailed, as Resident with the King of Sardinia.Money Book XLII. p. 29.
Jerome de Salis -455001744, Lady Day quarter, employé with the Grisons.Ibid, p. 30.
John Burnaby Parker -12500Same, employed in His Majesty's service at Oporto.Ibid.
Brinley Skinner - -136100Same, till provided for in His Majesty's service.Ibid.
John Laye -9100Same, residing at Dunkirk -Ibid.
Rear Admiral Thomas Mathews.27300Same ordinary, as Commissary and Plenipot, for the affairs of Italy.Ibid.
James Porter - -27300Same, as Commissary at ViennaIbid.
Charles Holzendorff -10000Same quarter, allowance -Ibid, p. 31.
John Earl of Hyndford, Envoy, &c., to Prussia.72800Same ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed (including “Secret Service, 219l.”).Ibid.
31900Same ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed (including “Secret Service, 219l.”).Ibid.
James Lord Tyrawley, same to Russia.40000One bill of extras, detailedIbid.
Sir Cyril Wich - -15000Same, detailed, as late Envoy and Plenipotentiary to the Empress of Russia.
John Burnaby, minister to the Swiss Cantons.27300Quarter's ordinary to 1744, April 7, and one bill of extras detailed (including “Express to Basle June 14”).Ibid, p. 32.
12500Quarter's ordinary to 1744, April 7, and one bill of extras detailed (including “Express to Basle June 14”).Ibid, p. 32.
Melchior Guy Dickens, Resident at Sweden.273001744, Lady Day quarter's ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed.Ibid, p. 32.
100001744, Lady Day quarter's ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed.Ibid, p. 32.
James Cope, Resident with the Hanse Towns.27300Same and one same, detailed, (including “an estafette to Copenhagen, March 9, 1744–5”).Ibid.
8700Same and one same, detailed, (including “an estafette to Copenhagen, March 9, 1744–5”).Ibid.
Thomas Villiers - -45500Two ordinaries, same quarter, as Envoy, &c., to Poland and as employed at the Courts of several Princes of Germany.Ibid, p. 33.
27300Two ordinaries, same quarter, as Envoy, &c., to Poland and as employed at the Courts of several Princes of Germany.Ibid, p. 33.
Arthur Villettes27300Same quarter's ordinary as Resident with the King of Sardinia.Ibid.
Horatio Mann, Resident with the Grand Duke of Tuscany.27300Same and one bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
10000Same and one bill of extras, detailed.Ibid.
Ambrose Stanyford, Agent and Consul General at Algiers.15000Same and same, detailed (including present to the Dey on the birth of a son in August).Ibid, pp. 33, 34.
43150Same and same, detailed (including present to the Dey on the birth of a son in August).Ibid, pp. 33, 34.
William Reed -9500Same ordinary as Consul General at Algiers.Ibid, p. 34.
William Cayley - -5000Same as Consul at Cadiz -Ibid.
John Dean - -5000Same as same in Flanders -Ibid.
William Latton62100Same as same at Tetuan -Ibid.
Aug. 21Robert Trevor, Envoy, &c., to States General.776001742, Sept. 29 quarter's ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed.Money Book XLII. p. 68.
171001742, Sept. 29 quarter's ordinary and one bill of extras, detailed.Money Book XLII. p. 68.
William Reed - -25000One bill of extras, detailed, as Consul General at Tripoli.Ibid.
Bank of England for circulating Exchequer bills.29,353711Premios on said bills, 1745, April 24 to July 24.
Appending:—List of said bills outstanding at the latter date.
Ibid, p. 69.
Reverend William Proctor.2000Passage money as a minister to Virginia.Ibid, p. 52.
Aug. 27John Plumptre, Treasurer of the Ordnance, England.5,00100Arms for five regiments, &c., detailed, in Ireland to be paid out of the revenue of Ireland.Irish Book IX. p. 453.
Dr. Henry Brooke -10001744, Lady Day, as Prof. of Laws, Oxford.Money Book XLII. p. 74.
Dr. Francis Dickens -1000Same, as same, Cambridge -Ibid.
Dr. William Woodford1000Same, as Prof. of Phisick, Oxford.Ibid.
Dr. Russell Plumptree1000Same, as same, Cambridge -Ibid, p. 75.
Jane Kien7500Same, as Housekeeper, &c., at Kensington.Ibid.
Hugh Andrews and John Spencer.22100Same, as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid.
Same - -1850Same, attending Plantation business.Ibid, p. 76.
Thomas Graham -28150Same, as Apothecary to the King's person.Ibid.
Corporation of Dartmouth Hardness.1000Same, on their perpetuity -Ibid.
Corporation of Berwick2500Same, on same for repair of Tweed Bridge.Ibid, p. 77.
Heirs of Nicholas Yates2500Same, on their perpetuityIbid.
Eton College -10100Same, on same to the Provost and Fellows.Ibid.
Heirs of Col. Fairfax -2500Same, on their perpetuity -Ibid, p. 78.
Officers of the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office.900One year to same date on their respective sums.Ibid.
Edward Eyre -20001744, Lady Day quarter, as Clerk of Estreats in the Common Pleas.Ibid, p. 80.
Robert Smith -37100Same quarter, as Master of Mechanics.Ibid, p. 81.
Messrs. Burrell and Bristow.100196Provisions for Minorca garrison.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 191.
Benjamin Keene -5l. a day and
3l. a day and
Two ordinaries as Envoy Extr. and as Plenipot. to Portugal and equipage: to date from May 2 last.Ibid, pp. 192–3.
50000
Aug. 28Land Tax establishment1171561744, Lady Day quarter's incidents.
Prefixing:—Bill, &c.
Money Book XLII. p. 72.
Aug. 28John Ellis, gent. -66150Half-year to Lady Day as Keeper of lions, &c., in the Tower.Money Book XLII. p. 73.
John Sharpe1,00000Crown law expenses -Ibid.
Robert Cotterell -25001744, Lady Day quarter, as Marshal of the Ceremonies.Ibid, p. 78.
Earl of Sutherland, John Lord Hope, and the executors of Charles Earl of Lauderdale.20000Same quarter on their respective sums.Ibid, p. 79.
20000Same quarter on their respective sums.Ibid, p. 79.
30000Same quarter on their respective sums.Ibid, p. 79.
Earl of Crawford and five others, detailed.40000Same, on their respective several same.Ibid.
William Cowper48168Same quarter as Knight Harbinger.Ibid, p. 80.
William Chetwynd -10000Same, as Examiner of InterludesIbid.
Richard Bradley -7500Half-year to same date as Attorney General of New York.Ibid, p. 81.
Thomas Odell50001744, Lady Day quarter, as Deputy Examiner of Interludes.Ibid.
Sebastian Turst and seven others, detailed.2506Same as Serjeants at Arms -Ibid, p. 82.
each.
John Pine - -12100Same, as Engraver of Seals -Ibid.
Charles Frewen -26134One year to same date as Brunswick Herald.Ibid.
Kings at Arms and other officers at arms, detailed.21000Half-year to same date on various salaries.Ibid, p. 83.
Duke of Montagu, Grand Master of the Bath.125001744, Lady Day quarter for officers of said Order.Ibid.
Earl of Tylney, Warden of Waltham Forest.67100Same, for officers of said forestIbid, p. 84.
Earl of Berkeley, Constable of Dean Forest.52100Same for same of said forestIbid.
Sir Charles Dalton5000Same, as Gentleman Usher Black Rod.Ibid, p. 85.
Duke of St. Albans -45100Same, as Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle.Ibid.
Thomas Farrington -10000Same, as an Exchequer Court Auditor.Ibid.
Charles Shelley -7500Same as same -Ibid.
Andrew Stone -4000Same, as Keeper of the Paper Office.Ibid, p. 86.
Peter Lord King - -15000Same, as Outranger of Windsor Forest.Ibid.
John Anstis -26134One year to same date as Blanch Coursier.Ibid.
Reverend David Garrow2000Passage money as a Minister to South Carolina.Ibid, p. 52.
Duke of Argyll and George Campbell.50001744, Lady Day quarter, for Lord William Forbes's children.Ibid, p. 10.
Sir John Anstruther10000Same quarter's allowanceIbid.
Richard Bentley, Esq.5000Same quarter as Keeper of the King's libraries.Ibid, p. 11.
Aug. 28David Earl of Buchan -100001744, Lady Day quarter's annuity.Money Book XLII. p. 11.
Charles Cotterell - -3000Same quarter, as Assistant Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid.
Sir Clement Cotterell Dormer.5000Same, salary and allowance as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid, p. 12.
2500Same, salary and allowance as Master of the Ceremonies.Ibid, p. 12.
John Earl of Findlater20000Same quarter's allowance -Ibid.
Charles Fitzroy - -3300Same quarter, as Keeper of His Majesty's Tennis Courts.Ibid, p. 13.
Alexander Earl of Galloway.20000Same quarter's allowance -Ibid.
Thomas Grant -10000Same, same -Ibid.
Mungo Haldane - -10000Same, same -Ibid, p. 14.
Earl of Hyndford20000Same, same -Ibid.
Martha Johnston -12100Same, pension -Ibid.
John Earl of Kintore -5000Same, annuity - -Ibid, p. 15.
Samuel Long -5000Same, as His Majesty's Housekeeper at Newmarket.Ibid.
Poor ministers of the Isle of Man.2500Same, annuity granted by Charles II. out of the hereditary Excise.Ibid.
Capt. George Munro -10000Same, annuity -Ibid, p. 16.
James Lord Torpichen20000Same, allowance -Ibid.
Taylor White, Keeper of Forfeited Estates Records.29251743–4, Feb. 1 to 1744. March 25.Ibid.
Augustus Schutz -5561411744, Lady Day quarter's expense of the Office of Robes.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 187.
Trustees for Improvements, Scotland.2,00000One year's annuity, due 1745, June 24.North Britain Book XIV. p. 89.
Aug. 29Richard Bradley7500Half-year to 1744. Lady Day. as Attorney General of New York.Order Book XVIII. p. 83.
Sept. 4Andrew Stone and Thomas Ramsden.1,40000Themselves and clerks for attending the Lords Justices during the King's absence.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 191.
Benjamin Keene, Envoy, &c., to Portugal.73600Ordinary, 1745, May 2 to August 2 as such and equipage.Money Book XLII. p. 87.
50000Ordinary, 1745, May 2 to August 2 as such and equipage.Money Book XLII. p. 87.
Richard Ryley -82100Hay for deer in New Lodge Walk, one year to 1746, June 24.
Appending:—Certificate.
Ibid.
Sept. 5John Walker, Usher of the Exchequer Court.45377Necessaries delivered 1745, Trinity term, for the use of said Court and diet allowance for himself.Order Book XVIII. p. 210.
2180Necessaries delivered 1745, Trinity term, for the use of said Court and diet allowance for himself.Order Book XVIII. p. 210.
Sept. 10Chauncey Townsend -1,96100Provisions lost on board the “Tygar.”
Appending:—Two reports.
King's Warrant Book XXXVI. pp. 193–5.
Lieut. Gen. Richard Philips.1,22117Clothing and accoutrements lost as above.
Appending:—Report.
Ibid, pp. 195–7.
Ignatius de Wasner125,00000Third quarter on 500,000l. for the Queen of Hungary.Ibid, p. 198.
Jean Boissier and Gaspard Sellon.6,074154One quarter's subsidy to the Elector of Cologne from 1745, Oct. 1.Ibid.
Benjamin Carpenter -20000As Lieut. Gov. of Montserrat, from 1745, May 27.Ibid, pp. 199–200.
per an.
King of Poland25,00000Third quarter, due Oct. 1, on 100,000l. for one year.Ibid, p. 200.
John Gilman -70868In full for beef for Minorca garrison.
Appending:—Report.
Ibid, pp. 201–3.
Elector of Mainz -2,15500Third quarter's subsidy, due Oct. 1.Ibid, p. 203.
John Selwyn, senr., Treasurer to the late Queen.956241744, June 24 quarter, for Richmond Lodge.
Appending:—Establishment.
Ibid, pp. 204–6.
Chevalier Osorio, Envoy &c., from King of Sardinia.50,00000Last quarter on 200,000l. subsidy to said King.Ibid, p. 206.
Sept. 11Reverend Bolton Simpson.2000Passage money as a minister to Charleston.Money Book XLII. p. 52.
Horatio Walpole, Usher of the Receipt.557610Necessaries for the new offices of the Receipt, half-year to 1745, Lady Day.Order Book XVIII. p. 210.
Same -2,0211110½Same for the ancient offices of the Receipt, for 1744, Michaelmas and Hilary Terms, and 1745, Easter and Trinity Terms.Ibid.
1,25612Same for the ancient offices of the Receipt, for 1744, Michaelmas and Hilary Terms, and 1745, Easter and Trinity Terms.Ibid.
Sept. 16John Selwyn, junr.3,57291744, June 24 quarter to late Queen's servants.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 200.
Sept. 17Edward Barker -25001744, Michaelmas term, as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Order Book XVIII. p. 172.
Charles Hatton -40000Royal bounty -King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 210.
James Glen -40000Half-year to 1745, June 24. as Governor, &c., of S. Carolina.Order Book XVIII. p. 91.
Sept. 18William Davis -50000To reimburse the like expended for His Majesty's service.Money Book XLII. p. 67.
John Mill, gent. -10000Carrying to Ostend during the late siege, and bringing back after the siege was over, a sum of money for the garrison.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 211.
Principal officers of the Ordnance in Ireland.2,4491510½To be paid to Lieut. Col. Philip Chenevix, for 500 barrels of gunpowder to make good the consumption of 1743.Irish Book IX. p. 457.
Sept. 19Henry Fane et al. -1,60000Reward as managers for certificates for 1744 lottery.Money Book XLII. p. 88.
Ralph Jenison1,05000Extras, 1744, as Master of the Buckhounds.King's Warrant Book XXXVI. p. 210.
Sept. 26Sir Thomas Robinson -500001745, June 24 quarter, as Capt. Gen., &c., of Barbados, &c.Order Book XVIII. p. 166.
Lord Tyrawley1,30000Ordinary as such, 1744, Aug. 14 to Nov. 13 and one bill of extras, detailed.Money Book XLII. p. 88.
80000Ordinary as such, 1744, Aug. 14 to Nov. 13 and one bill of extras, detailed.Money Book XLII. p. 88.
Sept. 30Commissioners for Trade.2,000001744, June 24 quarter's salariesIbid, p. 26.
Viscount Weymouth, Ranger of St. James's Park.22313Same quarter, salaries for said Park.Ibid, p. 91.
Thomas Hill287100Same, salaries and incidents of the Board of Trade.Ibid, p. 92.
280113Same, salaries and incidents of the Board of Trade.Ibid, p. 92.
Earl of Harrington, late President of the Privy Council.1,000001744, Sept. 29 quarter as suchIbid, p. 91.
Viscount Weymouth, Keeper of Hyde Park.100001744. June 24 quarter, salaries for said park.Ibid, p. 92.
Prince of Wales - -12,500001745, Michaelmas quarter's allowance.Ibid, p. 6.
Duke of Cumberland -3,00000Same, same -Ibid.
Duke of Newcastle and the Earl of Harrington.462100Same quarter, as Secretaries of State.Ibid, p. 7.
each
John Selwyn, junr.3,96616Same, for the Princesses Amalie and Caroline.Ibid; Order Book XVIII. p. 83.
Marquess of Tweeddale462100Same, as a Secretary of StateMoney Book XLII. p. 8.
Richard Andrews -37100Same, as Solicitor, &c., in Exchequer Court.Ibid; Order Book XVIII. p. 3.
Richard Morley - -10500Same, for Exchequer Court records.Money Book XLII. p. 8.
Same - -12000Same, on the extra allowance for Chapter House records.Ibid, p. 9.
John Couraud -5000Same, as Latin Secretary -Ibid.
George Holmes2500Same, as Chief Clerk for records in the Tower.Ibid.
David Polhill -37100Same, as supervisor for sorting said records.Ibid, p. 10.