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Charles II: October 1672

Pages 356-357

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, Addenda 1660-1685. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.

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October 1672

[Oct. 1.] Draft of the order in favour of Col. Richard Grace calendared in Cal. S.P. Dom., 1672–73, p. 4. [S.P. Ireland, Car. II. 349, No. 53.]
Oct. 2. Commission to Col. Robert Werden to be lieutenant and lieut.-colonel of the Duke of York's troop of Horse Guards commanded by the Earl of Feversham. Minute. [S.P. Dom., Entry Book 29, p. 271.]
Oct. 3. Commission to Major Daniel Collingwood to be lieutenant and lieut.-colonel of the Queen's troop of Horse Guards commanded by Sir Philip Howard. Minute. [Ibid. p. 270.]
Oct. 3.
Whitehall.
Commission to Sir Richard Dutton to be lieutenant and lieut.colonel of the Duke of York's troop of Horse Guards commanded by the Earl of Feversham. [Ibid. p. 271.]
Oct. 5. Commission to Sir John Godolphin to be lieutenant and lieut.colonel of the same troop. Minute. [Ibid.]
[Oct. ?] Accounts between Capt. Thomas Langley and Lady Ellis from January to September, 1672, showing on one side the sums due for freight and other charges and on the other the sums received from passengers and from the Post Office. [4 pages. S.P. Dom., Car. II. 441, No. 104.]
[Oct. ?] Account of the passengers that came and went to and from Harwich from and to the Brill from 1–11 Jan. to 1–11 Aug., 1672, and of what they paid. [Ibid. No. 105.]
[Oct. ?] Account of passengers that came and went to and from Harwich from and to the Brill in September and October. [Ibid. No. 106.]
[Oct. ?] Journal of Thomas Barber, master of the John and Mary victualler, from 30 April to 18 Sept., 1672. [5½ pages. S.P. Supplementary 137, No. 338.] Annexed,
Certificate by Capt. Perriman that the hired ship John and Mary was completely fitted so much as concerned the owners. 30 April, 1672. [Ibid. No. 338 i.]
Certificate by the Ordnance Officers that the bearer, Thomas Barber, has delivered into the office the remains of gunner's stores and has given an account of the expenditure. 11 Oct., 1672. Ordnance Office. [Ibid. No. 338 ii.]
Certificate by Lieut. John Godwin that Thomas Barber has cleared his victualling account as master of the John and Mary. 24 Oct., 1672. [Ibid. No. 338 iii.]
[Oct. ?] Michael, Archbishop of Dublin and Lord Chancellor of Ireland, to the King. Petition stating that he is by the present establishment retrenched 200l. of his allowance, having by the former establishment lost 600 and odd pounds a year, so that now his entertainments are 800l. less than what was allowed to his predecessor, Sir Maurice Eustace, and that Luke Gernon and William Halsey, who had pensions of 100l. a year each, are lately dead, and praying a grant of the said 200l. a year. (See his letter of 22 Oct., 1672, calendared in Cal. S.P. Dom., 1672–73, p. 74.) [S.P. Ireland, Car. II. 349, No. 54.]