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Charles II: Warrants for naturalizing vessels,

Pages 610-611

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1670 With Addenda 1660-70. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1895.

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Warrants for naturalizing or making free vessels taken in the late wars and condemned as prizes, or foreign built, purchased by British subjects;

from Entry Book No. 25. Those marked M are only minutes; those marked thus * have a non obstante of their owners having failed to register them at the proper time:—

Date. Former Name. Tons. Present Name. Owners. Country whence taken. Folio.
1670.
March 12 *Vrede M 152
" 12 *Figtree M 152
" 12 Hope of Flushing M 152
April 5 Thomas of Hull Hull merchants 153
" 7 John of London London merchants Algiers M 155
May 2 Mermaid English merchants M 159
" 2 Mary " " M159
" 3 James of London Capt. Rob. Robin. son. 158
" 13 Spaniard Wm. Swan of Shadwell. 161
June 15 Diligence English merchants M 168
" 15 Industry " " M 168
" 15 Two not named " " M 168
July 4 Solomon London merchants 170
" 4 Jacob " " 170
Aug. 1 Dove 70 Philip States General M 176
" 3 Figtree of Aker-stell. Irish merchants " " M 176
" 15 St. George of London London merchants M177
" 16 Sun 300 Noble Catherine States General M 178
" 21 Eagle M 178
" 21 Pelican M 178
Sept. 24 120 Blackamore M 178
Oct. 22 100 Dorothy 182
" 31 200 Mary of Hamburg 182
Book of accounts of grants of offices by Charles II., 1661–1670, with calculations by the auditors of profits received therefrom:—
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1–5, 23. Laurence Hyde, Master of the Robes.
6, 15. Sir John Robinson, Lieutenant of the Tower.
7. Sir Rob. Vyner and others, Commissioners for the Piedmont Protestants.
8. Sir George Downing, Envoy to Holland.
9. Wm. Tayleur, surveyor of Windsor Castle.
10. Montague, Earl of Lindsey, and 2 others, keepers of Woodstock Park.
10. John, Lord Belasyse, Governor of Hull.
11. Sir Jordan Crosland, Governor of Scarborough.
12. Bernard Grenville, purveyor of horses.
12. Wm. Sheldon, deputy-governor of Guernsey.
12. Denis Gauden, surveyor of Navy victuals.
14. Hugh May, surveyor of buildings.
18. Edward, Earl of Sandwich, Master of the Wardrobe.
19. Hen. Seymour, Keeper of the Hanaper in the Chancery.
21. Sir P. Musgrave, Governor of Carlisle.
25. Sir Maurice Berkeley, Governor of Dunkirk.
26. Wm. Ashburnham, cofferer of the Household.
28. Sir John Shaw and Edw. Backwell, treasurers for Dunkirk, and the King's soldiers in Flanders.
32. Sir Wm. Waller, prisage and butlerage of England and Wales. [Latin, imperfect. S.P. Dom., Car. II. 281, No. 162.]