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Warrants of the Council of State for Payments of Money

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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1649-50. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1875.

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Warrants of the Council of State for Payments of Money

Warrants of the Council of State for Payments of Money from the following:—
Funds. (fn. 1) Treasurers.
Delinquents' estates, 50,000l. value ordered for Ireland. Sir A. Loftus, Treasurer-at-War for Ireland.
" Emergency fund Do.
Old ordinances for Ireland Aldermen Andrewes, Kenrick, and Avery.
Ordinance for Ireland Aldermen Andrewes and Maurice Thomson.
Prize goods Prize Collectors.
War or army treasury Sir John Wollaston and others.
Goldsmiths' Hall Rich. Herring, Mich. Waring.
Dean and Chapter's lands Thos. Noel, Step. Estwick, Wm. Hobson.
⅓ for exigencies
⅓ for the Navy
⅓ for Ireland
Excise John Jackson.
Public revenue
Treasury of the Council of State. Gualter Frost, sen.
Also minor funds deposited pro tem. in the hands of sundry officials, and issued by them.
Abbreviations.
D. & C. stands for Deans and Chapters.
I. stands for Ireland.
Del. stands for Delinquents.

Warrants by the Council of State for Payment of Money, as follows:—

Date. From To Object. Sum. References.
1649. £ s. d. I. 62. I. 109. I. 118. Vol. VII. (fn. 2)
March 7 Del. estates, Sir A Loftus. Col. Rob. Tothill In part of contract for raising a foot regiment for Ireland. 400 0 0 1 15
" " " " Chas. Walley, at Chester. Discharge of quarters in England, and transport of Col. Tothill's regiment to Ireland. 1,855 0 6 1 15 1
April 4 " " Sir Hen. Tichborne Part of 1,500l. laid out by him for the State 300 0 0 1 149
" 5 " " Sir Jas. Montgomery Part of his arrears, on his subscribing the test. 100 0 0 152 1 42
" " " " Col. Audley Mervin " " " " 100 0 0 152 1 42
" 10 Emergency fund Sir Theophilus Jones Sum formerly ordered for his dispatch 100 0 0 170 1 153
" " Ordinance for I. Fras. Smith Corn for Ireland on account 1,000 0 0 35 (fn. 3)
" " " " Lieut. Valentine Wood, and others. Part of their arrears 100 0 0 168 35 49
" 11 Prize goods Generals at sea To dispose of as rewards for service in discoveries, &c. 30 0 0 168 41
" " Del. estates Sir Rob. King For Sir Chas. Coote, for so much advanced by him for arms, &c., resigned to the State, at the surrender of Kilmore Castle by Sir Rob. Stuart. 260 0 0 170 1 149
" 12 Chas. Walley Col. Castle Reserved by Walley out of money transmitted for Col. Tothill's regiment. 100 0 0 176 45 51
" 13 Emergency fund Lieut.-Col. Owen O'Connelly. For his encouragement 50 0 0 181 1 41
" " Del. estates " " One year's pension 200 0 0 181 1 153
" 16 Ordinance for I. Fras. Smith Corn for Ireland on account 1,000 0 0 35
" 17 Del. estates, emergency fund. Sir Hen. Tichborne For service at Dungan Hill. [I. 110, p. 11.] 200 0 0 41
" 28 Del. estates Lieut.-Col. Wm. Piggott. In part of his arrears 200 0 0 1 42
" 30 [Prize goods' collectors.] Crew of the Hector To pay their share of the prize dogger mackarel boat. [I. 123, p. 42.] 51 9 6
May 4 Sir A. Loftus, del. estates. Col. Geo. Monk Not stated 1,752 4 8 253 1 27 2
" 7 " Capt. Thos. Fruen Part of arrears 60 0 0 265 1 43
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Thos. Hunt Recruiting and preserving his troops in Ireland. 344 15 3 258 5 12, 151 3
" " Ordinance for I. Ralph King Service in Ireland, repaid by treasurer of deans and chapters' lands. 45 0 0 262 35 49
" " " Capt. Thos. Fruen " " " 40 0 0 262 35 49
" " Army Treasurers Col. Ralph Weldon Voted by Parliament for Plymouth garrison. 1,300 0 0 264
" " Prize goods' collectors Chas. Benion, purser of the Hector. Share of the mackarel dogger boat surprised at Mount's Bay in 1645, from the 4,085l. 12s. 2d. in their hands. [I. 123, p. 45.] 51 9 6
" 8 Ordinance for I. Fras. Smith Corn for Ireland on account 2,000 0 0 278 35
" " " Rich. Tredwell and others. By order of Parliament, for swords delivered for I. 500 0 0 272 35 151
" " Prize goods' collectors Hen. Sanders Salvage of the crayer fisher boat 8 15 0 282 41
" " Del. estates Col. Ant. Hungerford Part of arrears 100 0 0 1 43
" " " Lieut.-Col. O'Connelly " 100 0 0 278 1 43
" 10 " Wm. Hawkins For broad cloth to be delivered at Dublin 1,537 19 0 1, 4 23 4
" " Holder of the 10,000l. that came from Windsor. Lieut.-Gen. Cromwell For payment of the brigade now on their march to the west. 10,000 0 0 282
283
" 11 D. and C. lands Army treasurers In part of the 10,000l. which came from Bristol. 5,000 0 0 285
" " Goldsmiths' Hall Sir John Wollaston For the Navy 5,000 0 0 285 37
" 13 Treasurers-at-war Col. Jones, governor of Dublin, Commander - in - Chief of the forces in Leinster. For maintenance of the forces under his command. 10,000 0 0 19 5
" " " Lord General or Lieut.-General. For forces to march 10,000 0 0 5
" 18 Goldsmiths' Hall Treasurers-at-war For service in Ireland 30,000 0 0 336 37
" 21 D. and C. lands Sir John Wollaston For the Navy 5,000 0 0 17
May 23 Ordinance for I. Fras. Smith Corn for Ireland, and charges in shipping it 774 8 0 35
" " Mr. Dee, merchant, Lombard Street. Col. Scroope On a bill of exchange for his regiment, the restraint laid being taken off. 1,000 0 0 352
" 28 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Col. Wm. Webb Incident charges 10,000 0 0 19
" 29 Del. estates Fras. Smith Freight for three corn ships 853 0 0 1
" 30 D. and C. lands Treasurers directed to issue 300,000 0 0 27
" 31 " " Navy Sir Hen. Vane For the use of the Navy 100,000 0 0 25
June 4 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Gualter Frost To be disbursed by order of Council 2,000 0 0 390 19
" 6 " " Navy Navy treasurer From the ⅓ exigencies or the other 2/3, to be repaid to the exigent fund. 6,000 0 0 405
" 8 Ordinance for I. — Husbands Printing ordinances of 16 Feb. 1647–8 for Ireland. 107 10 4 35
" 12 D. and C. lands Mr. Alleyn and Treasurers-at-war. For so much paid to the Navy by Mr. Lort and others of South Wales. 1,750 0 0 425
" " " " exigencies. Sir John Wollaston For the Navy 1,750 0 0 19
" 13 " " Ireland. Navy Comrs. To pay collier ships pressed for the service of Ireland. 2,500 0 0 428 23
" " Goldsmiths' Hall Col. John Desborow Repair of forts at Plymouth 1,000 0 0 412 6
" " " Maccabeus Holles Fortifications of Hull, to be paid on warrant of Col. Rob. Overton, Governor, Lieut. Col. Salmon and Major Ralph Waterhouse. 2,000 0 0 412
429
45 7
" " Treasurers-at-war Fras. Smith For 525 qrs., 660 qrs., and 670 qrs. of wheat, and 525 of rye, with shipping freight, to be sent to Dublin, Chester, and Liverpool. 6,966 0 6 427 5 19,20 8
" 15 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Adam Baines and Paul Beale, York merchants. Disbanding forces in Yorkshire, and advance to such officers and soldiers as go for Ireland. 6,700 0 0 434 5
" " " Capt. Edw. Tomlins Staves, and putting on 790 pike-heads for Ireland. 79 0 0 5 80 9
" " " Nath. Cobham Riding post to Hull, and shipping military provisions for Ireland. 10 0 0 5 108 10
" " " Thos. Nash Charges to Gloucester, and transporting two great guns and a mortar to Bristol. 20 0 0 5 108 11
June 15 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Simpson Journey to Stafford, to take the arms fixed and ammunition thence to Chester for Ireland. 10 0 0 5 108 12
" " " Capt. Edw. Tomlins Barges, &c. for bringing arms from Windsor to the ships in the Thames, for Ireland. 20 0 0 440 5 109 13
" " " Wm. Morton In part for 20 steel hand mills and three pairs of hand screws for Ireland. 23 0 0 5 98 14
" " " John Smart One moiety for 100 drums for Ireland 55 0 0 5 87 15
" 16 Treasurers-at-war Col. John Reynolds Month's pay for his regiment going to Ireland, beginning 18 June. 2,350 0 0 5 7 16
" " " " " advance " " 2,100 0 0 5 7 17
" 18 D. and C. lands, exigencies. G. Frost, jun. Freight of ships for Ireland to transport troops. 2,500 0 0 446 19
" 19 Treasurers-at-war John Mullins and four other collarmakers. For 614 pairs of one-horse harness 368 0 0 5 90 18
" 21 Mr. Frost, jun., D.and C. lands. Chas. Franck. master of the Merchant, 280 tons. On account for hire of his ship to transport forces to Ireland, at 140l. a month. 135 0 0 121
" " Del. estates Sir John Gifford Arms delivered at Dublin, on resignation of his foot company. 50 0 0 460 1
" " " Philip Viscount Lisle Moiety of entertainment as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and for his command in the army. 2,434 2 1 41
" " Prize goods' collectors. Philip Gethings For taking Prince Rupert's catch 20 0 0 461 41
" " Del. estates Sir John Gifford For arms delivered on resignation of his foot company in Dublin. 50 0 0 150
" " Mr. Frost, jun., D.and C. lands. Jn. Humphrey of the Primrose, 260 tons. Imprest for hire of ship, at 130l. a month 130 0 0 123
" " " " Jonathan Butter of the Jonathan, 280 tons. " " " " 130 0 0 123
" " " " Mark Hurlock, of the Francis, 200 tons. " " at 110l. a month 110 0 0 124
June 21 Mr. Frost, jun., D. and C. lands. Thos. Fortescue, of the Rebecca, 300 tons. Imprest for hire of ship at 150l. a month 150 0 0 124
" " " " John Martin, of the Diligence, 280 tons. " " at 135l. a month 135 0 0 126
" " " " John Swan, of the Ralph and John, 85 tons. " " at 50l. a month 50 0 0 126
" 25 Treasurers-at-war Adjutant Sadler Post horses to and from Chester 10 0 0 468
" " " " Imprest on his growing entertainment 20 0 0 468
" " " Thos. Bateman For 12 close wagons for Ireland 78 0 0 5 91 19
" " " Col. Overton For incident charges of Hull garrison 100 0 0 5
" " " Lord-Lieut. of Ireland and Cols. Hewson, Ewers, and Cooke. 20l. each for surgeons' chests for Ireland 80 0 0 467 5 105 (fn. 4) 20–23
" " " Commissary - Gen. Ireton, and Cols. Venables, Phaire, and Stubbers. 25l. each for surgeons' chests for Ireland 100 0 0 467 5 105 24–27
" " " Eight officers above named. 20l. each for colours for their regiments 160 0 0 467 5 106, 107 (fn. 5) 28–35
" " " " " 85l. each for 10 wagon horses, at 8l. 10s. each 680 0 0 467 5 88 (fn. 6) 36–43
" " " Col. Hercules Huncks Drums, colours, and surgeon's chest, &c. for his regiment for Ireland. 110 0 0 467 5 106 44
" " " Capt. Edw. Tomlins Conveying arms and furniture to the regiments going for Ireland, and maintaining the wagon horses on arrival. 50 0 0 468 5 109
" 26 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Treasurers-at-war To be by them issued 6,700 0 0 473 19
" " Mr. Frost, jun. Edw. Leaver of the Hercules, 240 tons. Imprest on hire of ship at 115l. a month 115 0 0 125
" " " Jas. Ansdell of the Patience, 150 tons. " " at 90l. a month 90 0 0 128
June 26 Mr. Frost, jun. Rich. Foster, masterof the Return, 300 tons. Imprest on hire of ship at 145l. a month 145 0 0 128
" " " Walter Keable of the Vapour, 280 tons. " " at 130l. a month 130 0 0 130
" " " Com. Wm. Dobbins Charges of shipping necessaries for Ireland 30 0 0 130
" " D. and C. lands, exigencies. Treasurers-at-war Object not named 6,700 0 0 473
" 27 D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Sam. James, master of the Consent, of Ipswich, 300 tons. Imprest for hire of ship at 140l. a month 140 0 0 121
" " Treasurers-at-war Adj.-Gen. Sadler Imprest on his entertainment for service of Ireland. 20 0 0 5 7 45
" " " " Riding post to Chester to see the forces shipped, and back. 10 0 0 5 110 46
" 28 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Capt. Rob. Bee In consideration of services to the State 100 0 0 484 19
" " " Sir John Borlase On account, on his return to Ireland 100 0 0 484 19 47
" " Mr. Frost, jun. Rob. Samson, master of the Alexander, 160 tons. Imprest for hire of ship, at 130l. a month 130 0 0 129
" 29 Treasurers-at-wars Capt. Edw. Tomlins Buying train horses for Ireland in Smithfield 1,500 0 0 484 5 88 47
" " " Major Wm. Ashton For recruiting his troop, his security being accepted by Mr. Frost. 244 0 0 484 5 13 48
" 30 " Capt. Tomlins Seven surgeons' chests for the artillery train, viz., two for the two divisions of the Lord Lieutenant's regiment of horse, one each for the other regiments, and one for the train. 140 0 0 491 5 106 49
" " " John Harper and Chas Sherlock. Imprest for 100 train horses 700 0 0 491 5 88 50
" " D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Fras. Smith, master of the Hopeful Reformation, 300 tons. Imprest for his first month's hire, at 150l. a month. 150 0 0 122
" " " John Markin, master of the Prosperous Mary, 300 tons. " " at 145l. a month. 145 0 0 125
June 30 D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Josias Smith, of the Mary, 90 tons. Imprest for his first month's hire, at 45l. a month. 45 0 0 127
" " " Geo. Phillips, of the Deliverance, 300 tons. " " at 150l. a month. 150 0 0 130
July 2 Treasurers-at-war Harvy Conway, Rich. Clough, and Wm. Booth. Imprest for 500 draught horses for Ireland 2,000 0 0 494
496
89 51
" 3 Del. estates Col. Rob. Tothill In full of his contract for raising a foot regiment. 1,096 8 0 1 15
" " D. and C. lands Treasurers-at-war From their receipts, saving one-third for the Navy. 30,000 0 0 499
" " D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Wm. Maynard of the Margaret and Matthew. Imprest for hire of ship, at 145l. a month 145 0 0 122
" " " Geo. Phillips, master of the Deliverance. Imprest for hire of ship, half his second month's pay. 75 0 0 499 130
" 4 " Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. To be sent to Bristol, for disbanding officers and soldiers refusing to go for Ireland, and for advance to such as go. 30,000 0 0 499 6, 19 11
" " " Thos. Hodskins One-third of two contracts with the Committee for Ireland, for 500 doz. horse-shoes, 40,000 horse-shoe nails, and 500 pickaxes. 53 12 3 6 93 52
" 6 " Sir Hardress Waller Exigencies in his command in the West 300 0 0 512 6
" " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. Mending and fixing arms, &c., to be sent to Dublin. 10 15 0 513 6 82 53
" " " Capt. Bishop 450 tons of cask for beer for Ireland on account. 400 0 0 6 55 54
" " " Capt. Rich. Lawrence, provost marshal. 24 livery coats for 24 men that attend him to Ireland. 60 0 0 512 6 8
" " " Treasurers-at-war Directions how to issue to the General and staff officers. 30,000 0 0 15
" " D. and C. lands, exigencies. Capt. Mathias Rowe For his journey to Scotland 100 0 0 512 19
" 7 D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Alex. Blower, of the Alexander, 260 tons. Imprest for hire of his ship at 140l. a month 140 0 0 127
July 9 Fras. Alleyn For officers formerly belonging to the army in Ireland. 1,000 0 0 515
" " Ordinance for I. Sir Edw. Povey [I. 125, p. 191] 200 0 0
" " " " Sir Art. Loftus [I. 125, p. 191] 200 0 0
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Edw. Tomlins 1,100 feet of plank for Ireland 32 18 10 515 6 92 55
" " " Roger Carlisle Fixing muskets for Ireland 53 13 0 6 56
" " " Wm. Watson " " 25 17 0 6 57
" " " Rob. Stedman " " 17 5 0 6 58
" " " George Fisher " " 15 13 9 6 59
" " " Wm. Burton, gunsmith. Fixing and mending 190 carbines, 111 snaphance, and 225 matchlock muskets for Ireland. 20 6 9 6 82 (fn. 7) 60
" " " Capt. Tomlins Tools for carpenters and ladle makers for Ireland. 48 11 6 (fn. 8) 516 6 95 61
" " Exigencies [Thos.] Scott To be employed by direction of Council 250 0 0 19
" 10 " Commissary John Phipps. Shipping ammunition for Ireland, on account 50 0 0 517 6 109 62
" 12 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Mr. Cordwell 600 barrels of powder, on certificate of delivery according to contract. 2,160 0 0 520
" " Treasurers-at-war Thos. Bateman Last moiety for 12 close wagons for Ireland 78 0 0 6 91 63
" " " Col. Thos. Harrison To be disposed by direction of the Lord Lieut. of Ireland, to the officers going with him who were formerly in that service. 1,000 0 0 519 6 12 64
" " " John Brett, grocer Oil, &c. for the train for Ireland 39 14 0 519 6 99 65
" " " John Pembridge, oilman. Pitch, &c. for the train for Ireland 12 16 0 519 6 99 66
" 13 " John Leigh Use of Lord Lieut. of Ireland, for procuring necessaries, and charge of transport. 3,000 0 0 6 11 67
" " Alex. Normington and Stephen Herne. One third for 1,000 swords for Ireland 55 11 1 6 85 68
" 14 " Rich. Wilkes In part for 2,200 small brass pans for Ireland 100 0 0 527 6 99 69
" " " Capt. Tomlins Bullet mould for the train for Ireland 21 4 0 527 6 94 70
" " " Hum. Roe, blacksmith Tools for the master blacksmith of the train for Ireland. 16 5 6 528 6 96 71
July 14 Treasurers-at-war Sir Geo. Blundell On account, to enable him to go to his charge in Ireland. 50 0 0 525 6 46 72
" " " Sam. Lawes Viewing swords for Ireland 12 9 0 6 109 73
" " " Wm. Burton, gunsmith Fixing and mending 99 snaphance muskets, 56 pairs pistols, and 23 holsters, and furnishing 20 spanners and 60 swivels for Ireland. 23 14 0 527 6 83 74
" " " Phil. Ward Tools for the basket-maker of the train for Ireland. 2 8 0 528 6 97 75
" 16 Sir Adam Loftus, Del. estates. Sir John Gifford By order of Parliament, to be paid from the 50,000l., ordinance in course. 200 0 0 535
" " D. and C. lands Mrs. Gilbert Her husband being engaged as minister to a regiment for Ireland. 50 0 0 535
" " Treasurers-at-war Harvy Conway, Rich. Clough, and Wm. Booth. In full for 350 carriage horses, at 9l. each, and towards the remainder of the 500 for Ireland. [I. 110, p. 21.] 2,000 0 0 6 89 76
" " " Com. Wm. Hawkins Buying cask, &c. for transporting forces to Ireland, on account; 130l. to be paid to Major Owens and Mr. Gilbert. 1,000 0 0 534 6 31 77
" " " Ant. Webster One third for 700 pikes for Ireland 39
or 39
17
19
2
5
534 6 80 78
" 17 " Fras. Smith In part, for 2,400 qrs. of wheat for Ireland (fn. 9) 3,000 0 0 536 6
" " " Col. Barkstead Making a fort at Yarmouth 250 0 0 536 6
" " " Capt. Edw. Tomlins On account, to enable the train of artillery to march to Bristol for Ireland. 500 0 0 538 6 8 79
" " " Hum. Roe Gunsmiths' tools for the master gunsmith for Ireland. 6 16 10 537 6 96 80
" " " Thos. Smith, drummaker. One moiety for 100 drums, drumsticks, and spare drumheads, and 10 drums for dragoons for Ireland. 58 10 0 538 6 87 81
" " " Jas. Seely and John Jarrett. Nails for the train for Ireland [I. 110, p. 21.] 26 9 2 538 6 94 82
" " " Ant. King, ironmonger. Tools for the master wheeler of the train for Ireland. 24 15 6 537 6 96 83
" " " Capt. Tomlins Materials for the fire-master for Ireland, on account. 50 0 0 6 94 84
July 17 Treasurers-at-war Col. Matt. Alured Bill of exchange on the mayor of Hull, for freight of a ship to carry arms to Ireland. [I. 110, p. 21.] 172 0 0 535 7 111 85
" " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. Buying casks, mats, ropes, and chests, porterage, &c., in shipping arms, &c., for Ireland, on account. 50 0 0 538 7 110 86
" 18 " John Williams, master farrier for the train. Drugs and farriers' tools for Ireland 24 3 9 545 7 97 87
" " " Marmaduke Lynne, apothecary-general. On account, for 200 beds, lint, glass, &c., for hospitals in Dublin, 396l. 15s., to be purchased with advice of Mr. Creitch, upholsterer; the 33l. 5s. balance, advanced to enable him to go to Ireland. 430 0 0 545 7 8,101 88
" " " Thos. Vincent On contract, for 120 pieces of sacking for Ireland. 107 12 0 7 101 89
" " Del. estates Sir John Gifford In consideration of service at Dungan Hill 200 0 0 1 43
" 19 Mr. Jackson, Excise Treasurers-at-war On credit of the Excise advance of 150,000l. 30,000 0 0 544 15
" " Treasurers-at-war Lord Lieut. of Ireland To be sent by Bristol 30,000 0 0 544 29
" 20 " Jas. Stockley In full, for 1 great hand-screw, and 20 hand-mills for Ireland. 44 0 0 547 7 99 90
" " " Thos. Hodskins Two last thirds for horse shoes and shoe nails for Ireland. 107 4 6 548 7 93 91
" " " Thos. Bateman In full, for eight wagons for Ireland 104 0 0 548 7 91 92
" 21 " Lieut.-Col. Raymond Expended for quartering his company for Ireland. 60 0 0 549 7 12
" 23 " Jas. Goffe, Hen. Coleman, and John Clare. One-third value of 8,000 knapsacks delivered in for Ireland. 117 12 0 555 7 87 93
" " D. and C. lands Col. Haynes, Governor of Weymouth. Repairing fortifications of Weymouth and Portland. 400 0 0 554 19
" 24 Mr. Frost, jun. Sir Theo. Jones For recruiting his troop 300 0 0 558
" " " Wm. Gilbert, of the John, 200 tons. Imprest for hire of ship at 90l. a month 90 0 0 129
" " Treasurers-at-war Col. Pride Deal boards for building huts for his soldiers at St. James'. 20 0 0 554 19
" " " Harvy Conway, [Rich.] Clough, and Wm. Booth. In full for 500 train horses for Ireland, at 9l. each. 500 0 0 556 7 89 94
July 24 Treasurers-at-war John Harper and Chas. Sherlock. 100 horses for Ireland 145 5 0 555 7 89 95
" " " Com. Wm. Dobbins Materials for the collar makers for Ireland 15 5 0 7 97 96
" 25 " Lord Lieutenant As part of the 100,000l. 20,000 0 0 7
" " Del. estates, emergency fund. Col. Art. Hill On account 500 0 0 562 1 150
" " " Treasurers-at-war Security for money sent to the Lord Lieutenant in part of 100,000l. 20,000 0 0 15,39
" " D. and C. lands " As part of the 100,000l. to the Lord Lieutenant. 20,000 0 0 17 97
" " " " " " " 10,000 0 0 17
" " " " Collateral security for the two preceding sums. 30,000 0 0 27
" " Excise " In part of 100,000l. for the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 10,000 0 0 29
" " Goldsmiths' Hall " " " " 20,000 0 0 37
" " " " Collateral security for the two preceding sums. 30,000 0 0 39
" " Public Revenue Comrs. Lieut.-Col. Owen O'Connelly. For service 100 0 0 562
" 26 Del. estates Sir Wm. Cole In consideration of long attendance 100 0 0 566 1 44
" " " Col. John King " " " 100 0 0 566 1 44 98
" 27 D. and C. lands Excise Comrs. To reimburse 10,000l. paid to the treasurersat-war. 10,000 0 0 17
" " " Mr. Cordwell 400 barrels of powder delivered to the Tower, only 300 of which were sent to Ireland. 1,440 0 0 113
" " [Mr. Frost, sen.] Serjeant-at-arms In part of allowance 50 0 0 568
" 28 Del. estates Distressed Irish ladies, [viz., Ladies Mordaunt, A. Crosby, Craig, S. Blundell, D. Moore, J. Spotswood, and Herne.] Weekly pensions of 3l. each for six months, by order of the House. 456 0 0 568 1 153
" " Treasurers-at-war John Mullins, Rich. Blisset, sen. and jun. &c. 100 pannels, with cruppers, girths, and wantyes, 12 ridge ropes, and 12 doz. whips for the train for Ireland. 35 7 0 569 7 90 99
" " " Edw. Annesley Armourers' tools for Ireland 13 9 10 569 7 98 100
July 28 Treasurers-at-war Walter Wilton For Lieut.-Col. Shelborne, for 28 days' advance upon account for the troops for Ireland. 705 2 8 7 9 101
" 29 " " To send out of the town to Bristol, for the Lord Lieutenant, as part of the 100,000l. 70,000 0 0 564 15
" 30 " " To send out of the town to Bristol, for the Lord Lieutenant, to be issued by him, or as much as can be ready in the two days of the 100,000 0 0 576 15
Aug. 1 Mr. Frost, jun. G. Frost, jun. Freightage and necessaries for transporting horse to Ireland. 333 16 2 583
" " D. and C. lands Wm. Wilkinson Piloting the Deliverance to the Downs 4 0 0 131
" " Treasurers-at-war Thos. Hodskins Ironwork for the train for Ireland 54 10 3 583 7 94 1
" " " John Pitt, wheelwright. Necessaries for carriages for Ireland 47 5 0 584 7 92 2
" " " Ant. Hancock Colouring carriages for ordnance for Ireland 3 0 6 584 7 92 3
" " " — Norman, cooper 100 half barrels for powder for Ireland 5 0 0 584 7 93 4
" 2 " Fras. Smith 2,400 quarters of wheat for Ireland 3,015 16 5 7 5
" " " Wm. Morton 20 mills and three hand-screws for Ireland, one-half payment. 23 12 0 588 7 98 6
" " " Thos. Bateman Six pairs new wheels, &c. for carriages for Ireland. 14 16 6 588 7 91 7
" " " Thos. Bayman 600 pikes for Ireland, in three equal payments. 100 0 0 587 7 82 8
" " " Wm. Edwards 500 " " " 85 8 0 7 81 9
" " " Silvester Keene 600 " " " 105 0 0 587 7 81 10
" " " Rob. Thacker 600 " " " 102 10 0 588 7 80 11
" " " Lord-Lieutenant To be issued under his hand 100,000 0 0 15 (fn. 10) 31, 32
" 3 Mr. Frost, jun. Nathan Bushell Piloting the Alexander to the Downs 4 0 0 31,32 131
" " " Com. W. Dobbins Buying cask, &c. for the ships 230 16 0 131
" "? " Thos. Turner Transcribing the charter parties of the ships before mentioned. 5 0 0 131
" 4 Treasurers-at-war Edw. Barker 40 tons of iron and 10 cwt. 3 qrs. steel for Ireland, in two equal payments. 837 15 0 594 7 95 12
Aug. 4 Treasurers-at-war Rich. Thorowgood 1,508½ ells of tent canvas for Ireland 91 4 8 595 7 100 13
" " Del. estates Lord Broghill Upon account 500 0 0 1 44
" 7 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Franklin One month's advance for his troop going to Ireland. 367 17 0 7 9
" " Excise Cols. Fleetwood and Sydenham. Repair of castles in the Isle of Wight 500 0 0 600
" " Revenue Comrs. Surveyor of Works Repairs at Whitehall 340 0 0 600
" 9 Treasurers-at-war John Berisford (fn. 11) 400 barrels of powder 1,450 0 0 7 (fn. 11) 79 14
" " " Dan Judd 200 barrels of powder for Ireland 725 0 0 7 79 15
" " " John Berisford, Dan Judd, and John Semayne. (fn. 12) 800 barrels of powder for Ireland, at 3l. 12s. 6d. a barrel. 2,810 0 0 611
" " " Capt. Mathias Roe Two months' advance as scout master for Ireland. 246 8 0 7 10 16
" " Del. estates Sir Edw. Povey 200 0 0 1 153
" " " Sir Wm. Fenton On account 200 0 0 1 45
" " D. and C. lands Treasurers-at-war To reimburse part of the 100,000l. for the Lord Lieutenant. 20,000 0 0 17
" " Exigencies Lieut.-Col. O'Connelly. To be distributed to officers in Ireland, ac cording to a list. 160 0 0 611 19 47
" " " Col. Ant. Hungerford Upon account of arrears, and for carrying over 40 recruits at his own charge. 100 0 0 611 19 47
" 10 Excise Adj.-Gen. Sadler On account 150 0 0 615 29 14
" " " Quarter-Master Gen. Beecher. " 150 0 0 615 29 14
" " " Sir Art. Loftus To enable him to go over to Ireland 50 0 0 615 29 48
" " Treasurers-at-war Sir Fras. Willoughby " " two months' pay on account. 22 8 0 7 46 17
" 11 Ordnance for Ireland Sir Wm. Parsons, Sir Gerard Low-ther, Sir Rob. King, Sir Paul Davis, and Col. King. For persons of quality, who have lost their estates in Ireland. 500 0 0 617
Aug. 12 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Walter Corey To enable him to return to Ireland, he coming over with Col. O'Connelly, but being left out of the list when the others were provided for. 10 0 0 621 19 154
" " Treasurers-at-war Jas. Goffe 8,000 knapsacks for Ireland 235 4 0 7 87
" 13 " Beer for Ireland 800 0 0 623
" " " Capts. Geo. Bishop and Thos. Norris. One-third for beer for Ireland 279 8 8 7 55 18
" 14 D. and C. lands Sir Theop. Jones Recruit of his troop 300 0 0 16
" " Del. estates Sir Hen. Tichborne Upon account, ordered to him by Parliament 200 0 0 625 1 42
" " D. and C. lands, exigencies. Mr. Frost, sen. For Sir Theophilus Jones 300 0 0 19
" 16 Treasurers-at-war Ant. Tither, druggist Drugs for the army and hospitals in Ireland. 231 11 6 7 101 19
" " " Rich. Thorowgood Cloth taken up by Mr. Lynne, for hospitals in Ireland. 68 8 10 8 102
" " " Fras. Chillingworth 14 surgeons' chests for the old horse regiments in Ireland, in two payments. 210 0 0 8 103 20
" " " Hogan Howell, grocer. Spices, sugar, &c., taken up by Mr. Lynne for the army and hospitals in Ireland, in two payments. 75 0 8 8 102 21
" " " Rob. Thomson, con-fectioner. Wares for the hospitals for the army in Ireland. 18 7 0 8 22
" " " John Seed, oilman Oil, &c. for the said hospitals 26 12 0 8 103 23
" 17 " Thos. Flood Biscuit for Ireland 1,380 6 0 8
" " Excise Capt. Otway Recruiting Col. Jones's regiment of horse in Ireland. 1,000 0 0 638 29 137
" " " Capt. Campbell Recruits of 40 horse for his troop for Ireland, and his month's advance on security. 200 0 0 638 29 137
" 18 Treasurers-at-war To charge on Mr. Lynne's account 33 0 0 15
" 21 D. and C. lands, exigencies. [Thos.] Scott To be disposed of by Council 100 0 0 19
" " Treasurers-at-war Fras. Smith Balance of 2,948l. 11s. for 300,000 lbs. of biscuit for Ireland. 1,568 5 0 8 24
" " " Jas. Goffe, Hen. Coleman, and John Clare. Last 2/3 for 8,000 knapsacks, with mats and cordage for packing, for Ireland, in two payments. 235 5 0 25
1649. £ s. d. I. 62. I. 109. I. 117. I. 118. Vol. VIII.
Aug. 25 Treasurers-at-war Hen. Thraile and Thos. Bostock, belt-makers. 2,000 carbine belts for Ireland, in two payments. 83 6 8 8 86 26
" " " Rich. Newbury, Hen. Thraile, and Thos. Bostock, bandoleer makers. 8,000 collars of bandoleers for Ireland, in three payments. 600 0 0 8 85 27
" " " John Jarrard and Jas. Seely or Rich. Wilkes. In full, with 100l. already received, for 2,007 brass pans for Ireland, in two payments. 266 6 0 8 100 28
" " " Edw. Barker 220 matchlocks and 50 snaphance muskets, and 100 cases of pistols with holsters, for Ireland, in two payments. 238 15 0
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8 83 29
" " " Hen. Thraile and Thos. Bostock. 7,000 sword-belts for Ireland, in three payments. 204 3 4 8 86 30
" " " Ordnance officers On account, for a survey of the castles, forts, and garrisons. 200 0 0 19 8 4
" " " Roger Carlisle and three other gunsmiths. 2,000 matchlocks and 474 snaphance muskets, 1,000 dragoons' arms with swivels, 1,060 pairs pistols and holsters, for Ireland, in two payments. 2,988 1 8 8 84 31
" 31 " Capt. Rich. Franklin. Month's pay for his troops going to Ireland. 290 19 4 8 9 32
" " Excise Ralph King By order of Parliament 100 0 0 29 29 48
Sept. 1 Treasurers-at-war Fras. Smith In part of 1,501l. for freight of six collier ships for transport of corn, &c., to Ireland. (fn. 13) 590 0 0 24 8 33
" 2 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Rob. Cordwell 200 barrels of powder 720 0 0 19
" 3 Treasurers-at-war Col. Barkstead On account for finishing Yarmouth fortifications. 120 0 0 36 8
" " " Ant. Webster 700 pikes for Ireland, for which 39l. 17s. 2d. is already paid. 39 17 2 8 34
" 4 " Sir Fras. Willoughby. Upon account, to enable him to go to Ireland (first ordered at 50l.) 77 12 0 38 8 46 35
Sept. 4 Excise Sir Art. Loftus Upon account, to enable him to go to Ireland (altered to 100l.) 50 0 0 29,38 29 48
" " " Mr. Frost, sen. To pay for the mace for the Council to Thos. Maundie, money to be repaid to Mr. Jackson by Capt. Falconbridge. 151 10 4 6,38 29
" 6 Treasurers-at-war Major-Gen. Mitton Surgeon's chest for North Wales garrison. 25 0 0 43
" " " Fras. Smith 100 qrs. of wheat and 300 rye for Ireland, and freightage of wheat, rye, biscuit, cheese, &c. 1,056 8 2 8 36
" " " " Cheese for Ireland 221 10 2 8
" " " Wm. Dobbins 5,000 flints and 4,480 firestones for Ireland, and carriage of eight surgeons' chests to Chester. 41 6 2 8 19 37
" " " Rich. Basson 100 clouts for ordnance, and 8,000 horse-shoe nails for Ireland, in two payments. 4 17 6 8 93 38
" " " Rob. Hammond 22 barrels of groats for Ireland 68 13 3 8 56 39
" " " Edw. Lewes 21 barrels of groats for Ireland 64 13 0 8 57
" " " Jo. Jackson For use of Col. Mitton 25 0 0 8
" " " Sam. Mico 230 bags of Milan rice for Ireland, in two payments. 1,008 11 8 8 57 40
" " " Jo. Robinson 70 bags of Milan rice for Ireland, in two payments. 165 15 10 8 58 41
" " " Isaac Light 41 barrels of French barley groats for Ireland. 78 1 5 8 57 42
" " " Jo. Freeman 100 barrels of groats for Ireland 303 1 6 8 58 43
" " " Jo. Greensmith 90 barrels of groats for Ireland 293 2 3 8 58 44
" " " Rich. Ward Ladles, sponges, &c. for Ireland 34 17 4 8 95 45
" " " John Frederick 264 pieces of Malaga and 274 barrels of sun raisins, in two payments. 960 13 6 56 46
" 8 Excise Mr. Frost, sen. By order of Parliament, for Lord Broghill, to enable him to go to Ireland, to be repaid by Sir Adam Loftus, to whom the warrant was first made, but could not presently be paid. 500 0 0 50 29
" 11 Goldsmiths' Hall Treasurers-at-war Fortnight's pay for the army in England 35,000 0 0 37 47
Sept. 12 Treasurers-at-war Com. Wm. Dobbins On account for cask, cooperage, porterage, &c., of rice, raisins, groat, &c., for Ireland. 40 0 0 8 70 48
" 13 " John Smart 100 drums for Ireland in full of 110l. [See June 15.] 55 0 0 8 87 49
" " " Thos. Smith 100 drums for Ireland in full of 117l. [See July 17.] 58 10 0 8 87 50
" " " Wm. Burton, gunsmith. Viewing, proving, and seeing packed some fire-arms for Ireland. 11 0 4 8 110 51
" " " Roger Carlisle Barrel of 7,000 flints for Ireland 7 0 0 8 100 52
" " Excise, John Jackson Sir Art. Blundell Convoy to enable him to go to Ireland 19 0 0 68 29 155
" " " Lord Folliott Horses delivered to Sir Chas. Coote in Ireland. 77 10 0 68 29 25
" " Goldsmiths' Hall Cols. Chas. Fleet- wood and Wm. Sydenham. To repair the fortifications in the Isle of Wight. 500 0 0 37 53
" " Treasurers-at-war Two surgeons' chests for Sir Chas. Coote's forces. 30 0 0 70
" 14 Navy Comrs. Mr. Burrell Imprest for repairs of the Swiftsure 50 0 0 78
" 15 Goldsmiths' Hall Dr. Wilkinson To pay officers of the Committee for visitation of co. Oxford. 100 0 0 81 37
" " Treasurers-at-war Dr. Gerard De Boate On account of his entertainment as physician for Ireland. 50 0 0 81 8 10 54
" " " Thos. Vincent and Lucas Lucy. In part for 3 cwt. French bay salt for Ireland. 700 0 0 8 59 55
" " " Alex. Normington, and Ste. Herne, cutlers. 1,000 swords for Ireland, in two payments. 111 2 2 8 85 56
" 19 Mr. Smith Fras. Appleby Part of month's pay in advance for this expedition. 100 0 0 90
" " Excise Col. John Moore To carry 40 soldiers to Liverpool 20
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" 20 Treasurers-at-war Col. Pride On account 150
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Sept. 20 Com. Wm. Hawkins. Mr. Owen Advance as chaplain to the army in Ireland. 80 0 0 64 45 11
" 22 Prize goods' collectors. Mr. Gethings Part of his share in the Mary Fortune, adjudged prize. 10 0 0 99
" 24 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Nash, wheelwright. Wheel timber for ordnance for Ireland 23 10 4 9 92 57
" " " Rich. Felstead Porterage and shipping arms, &c. for Ireland. 3 10 0 9 111 58
" " " Wm. Maundy Wharfage and storehouse room of provisions for Ireland. 6 12 0 9 110 59
" " " Thos. Vincent 53 flitches of bacon for Ireland, in two payments. 39 10 4 9 59 60
" " D. and C. lands, exigencies. Col. Venn On account, for artificers for making the train of the army in England. 400 0 0 19 4
" 25 Treasurers-at-war Rob. Ingram, iron-monger. Utensils and pioneers' tools for the Irish train, in two payments. 530 18 4 9 98 61
" 27 Excise Lord Folliott 45 tons of salmon delivered to Sir Chas. Coote in Ireland, at 15l. a ton, for Derry garrison. 675 0 0 29 26
Oct. 1 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Laxton, apothecary. Drugs for Ireland, viewed and approved by Dr. Goddard. 82 1 6 9 103 62
" 2 " Dan. Judd 10 tons of musket shot for Ireland, in two payments. 185 0 0 9 79 63
" " " Lord Lieutenant His entertainment 15
" 3 Col. Venn To issue on warrants from the ordnance officers. 400 0 0 45 5
" " D. and C. lands, exigencies. Mr. Scott To be issued by direction of Council 100 0 0 119 19
" 5 " Mr. Frost, sen. For Col. John Moore, for recruits for Ireland. 150 0 0 119 19
" " " Col. Venn On account, for supply of the magazines at Harwich forts. 140 0 0 125 19 5
" " " Capt. Art. Young On account, for repairing the fortifications of Harwich. 160 0 0 125 19 5
" 6 " Hen. Barrington, of Colchester. On account, for repairing Mersey Island. 60 0 0 128 19 8
Oct. 10 Treasurers-at-war Edw. and Thos. Bushell, merchants. In part for corn sent to Ireland 1,500 0 0 9 64
" 11 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Mr. Frost, sen. For defraying the Council's charges 2,000 0 0 133 19
" " Mr. Frost Mr. Randolph As keeper of the Paper Office, Whitehall. 40 0 0 134
" 12 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Floyd, baker For 182 flitches of bacon for Ireland, in two payments. 102 12 4 9 59 65
" 16 D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Col. John Moore For 177 recruits for his regiment and marching them to Chester, 7s. 6d. each. 66 7 6 142
" 17 Excise Capt. Sam. Porter For bringing the news of the taking of Drogheda. 100 0 0 149 29 155
" 18 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Mr. Scott 200 0 0 19
" " Treasurers-at-war Roger Carlisle 56 long guns for Ireland 134 8 0 9 84 66
" 20 D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Capt. Wm. Arnold Raising 200 recruits for Col. Moore's regiment in Ireland. 75 0 0 142
" 23 Excise Rob. Mead Corn for relief of Londonderry 400 0 0 29 26
" 24 D. and C. lands, Ireland. Mr. Frost, jun. Freight of ships for Ireland 2,500 0 0 176 23
" " Treasurers-at-war Simon Seaward Two months' advance, at 5s, a day, as apothecary for Ireland, the Lord Lieutenant requesting two more apothecaries. 14 0 0 177 9 13 67
" " " Edm. Delacree " " " 14 0 0 177 9 13 68
" 25 D. and C. lands Col. Pride Imprest for conduct of soldiers to the water side for Ireland. 200 0 0 182
" 26 Mr. Frost, jun. Chas. Franke In full for hire of his ship, the Merchant of Ipswich, for 16 weeks. 375 0 0 178 121
" " D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. Wm. Maynard In full of hire of the Margaret and Matthew for 11 weeks, carrying horses to Ireland. 367 13 6 178 123
Oct. 26 D. and C. lands Col. Pride One month's half-pay for self, two majors, eight captains, two lieutenants, 40 serjeants, and 20 drummers; a month's pay for a marshal, quartermaster, two carriage horses, 40 halberts, and 20 drums; and 18 days' pay at 8d. a day, for quarters for 2,000 recruits in their march to the water side. 1,429 5 4 23 138
" " " Sir Hard. Waller Similar proportions, for raising and conducting 1,000 recruits. 431 12 8 23 140
" " " Cols. Whalley and Fleetwood. " " 1,000 recruits 698 6 0 23 138
" " " Col. Harrison " " 600 recruits 260 2 0 23 139
" " " Col. Desborow " " 400 recruits 171 10 8 23 139
" " Excise Rob. Cordwell 200 barrels of gunpowder delivered to the public stores, part of 60,000l. for furnishing the stores. 760 0 0 186 29 7
" 27 " Col. Venn On account, to pay several gunsmiths for fixing muskets delivered to them by Lieut.-Gen. Hammond. 417 1 6 29 6
" 29 Prize collectors Lieut. Step. Rose, and four others. For destroying the Antelope 125 0 0 41
" 30 " " Jo. Million and Wm. Wood. In consideration of losses 20 0 0 41
" " Excise Sir Ad. Loftus On account 200 0 0 194 29 151
" " Ordinance of Ireland. Distressed of Ireland. According to a list 500 0 0 35 156
" 31 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Gill, holster-maker. 200 pairs of holsters for Sir Chas. Coote's troopers in Ireland, at 3s. 6d. a pair, in two payments. 35 0 0 204 9 104 69
" " " Hum. Gaywood, saddler. 150 saddles for Sir Chas. Coote's troopers in Ireland, at 15s. 112 10 0 204 9 104 70
" " " Thos. Webb, saddler. 50 saddles for Sir Chas. Coote's troopers in Ireland, at 17s. 42 10 0 204 9 104 71
Nov. 2 Excise Capt. Rabysha For bringing the news of the taking of Wexford. 100 0 0 212 29 155
Nov. 2 Treasurers-at-war Thos. and Edw. Bushell. On account, for corn for Ireland 1,200 0 0 9 72
" " " Thos. Laxton, apo-thecary, of London. Drugs for the army in Ireland 82 1 6 213
" 6 " Col. Cox On account, for exigencies 273 13 4 9
" 7 Excise Col. Heane, governor of Weymouth. For keeping prisoners at Weymouth, taken in conspiracy against Portland. 124 1 0 230 29
" 9 Revenue Come. Wardens of Goldsmiths' Company. Making two standard pieces, one of gold and one of silver. 100 0 0 237
" 12 Treasurers-at-war Edw. and Thos. Bushell. In full, for corn sent to Ireland 398 3 1 9 73
" " " Fras. Smith In full, for corn, freight, &c., for Ireland, his accounts being viewed and adjusted by the Irish Committee. 10,823 0 3 251 9 74
" 14 " Col. Cox Five months' advance for Guernsey (fn. 14) 4,587 6 8 9 111 (fn. 15)
" 15 Exigencies Mr. Scott On account 300 0 0 20
" " " " To be disposed of by Council for navy intelligence. 200 0 0 277 20
" 17 Excise Col. Venn For gunsmiths, for fixing fire-arms 417 1 6 273
" 19 Mr. Frost Col. Goffe Fire and candles for the guard at Whitehall. 38 0 0
" 21 Collectors of prize goods. Susan Bateman, widow. For relief for self and children from the one-tenth of prize goods. 13 6 8 288 41
" 22 D. and C. lands Treasurers-at-war For Mr. Walley, to send over recruits to Ireland. 3,550 0 0 293
" " Mr. Frost, jun. Sam. James In full of ship's hire 580 0 0 122
" " " Fras. Smith " " 610 14 3 122
" " " Treasurers-at-war For Sir Hard. Waller for sending over recruits and his five companies to Ireland. 4,656 13 4 293 23
" " Treasurers-at-war Com. Wm. Dobbins Cask, packing, &c., of clothes for Ireland. 40 0 0 294 9 70 75
Nov. 22 Treasurers at-war Sir Hard. Waller To pay to Capt. Cooke and Major Robinson at Dunster Castle, for 1,400 recruits, at 8d. a day, to be raised in cos. Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, Hants, Dorset, and Wilts, for their quarters at the waterside, and 5s. a man for transport and victuals, 1,656l. 13s. 4d., and 3,000l. for transport of five companies of Waller's regiment, to be sent by the carrier of Exeter. 4,656 13 4 293 9 143 76
" 23 " Thos. Footer On account of carriage of provisions to Bristol for Ireland. 50 0 0 299 9 70 77
" 24 Goldsmiths' Hall Capt. Edw. Sexby Repairs at Portland island 300 0 0 37 7 78
" 26 D. and C. lands, Ireland. Cols. Whalley and Fleetwood. Five days extra pay for 1,000 recruits, now on their march to Chester, but appointed to ship at Bristol. 166 13 4 23 139
" " " Alex. Blowers of the Alexander. In full, for his ship's hire for Ireland, 200l. on demand and 360l. on 9th Dec. 560 0 0 311 23 128
" " " Col. Harrison To send to Major Wm. Robinson at Milford Haven, for transport and victuals of Col. Cromwell's regiment of horse to Ireland, and 120 recruits of Col. Fleetwood's 450 0 0 23 141
" " D. and C. lands, Mr. Frost, jun. John Humphrey of the Primrose. In full of ship's hire for Ireland, 200l. on demand, and the rest 9th Dec. 543 4 3 311 23 123
" " " Mark Hurlock of the Francis. " " " " 451 15 7 312 23 124
" " " John Markin of the Prosperous Mary. " " " " 585 3 6 311 23 125
" " " John Martin of the Diligence. " " " " 564 2 1 311 23 126
" 28 " Jonathan Butter of the Jonathan. " " " " 533 18 6 323 23 124
" " Excise (fn. 16) Treasurers-at-war For carrying over recruits to Ireland 3,550 0 0 323 23
Nov. 29 Treasurers-at-war Chas. Walley Quarters, transport, victuals, &c. of 2,000 recruits for Ireland, to be raised near London. 2,366 13 4 323 9 144 79
" " " Jas. Powell at Bristol. " " for 1,000 recruits 1,183 6 8 323 9
" 30 D. and C. lands 10 colonels of horse 24l. each, the first moiety of the gratuity for the officers that shall raise and conduct to the waterside the horse recruits for Ireland. 240 0 0 23 141
" " Treasurers-at-war Jas. Graves and 3 other cordwainers, advance for purchase of leather. 2,000 pairs of boots for soldiers in Ireland, at 14s. 10d. a pair, in part. 500 0 0 80
Dec. 3 Col. Venn To issue for Harwich 140 0 0 45
" " D. and C. lands Rob. Sansum, of the Alexander. In full, for hire of ship 260 0 0 346 23 129
" " " Rich. Foster, of the Return. " " 290 0 0 346 23 129
" " D. and C. lands, Ireland. James Ansdell, of the Patience. " " 180 0 0 346 23 128
" 4 " Dr. Staynes For five commissaries, a month's pay to muster the army for Ireland, at the several ports. 35 0 0 23 142
" " D. and C. lands Josias Smith, of the Mary. In full of ship's hire, in two payments 186 8 0 350 23 127
" " " Thos. Fortescue, of the Rebecca. " " " 648 4 0 350 23 125
" " " Sophina Ford and owners of the Hercules. " " " 460 0 0 350 23 126
" " " John Swan, of the Ralph and John. " " " 214 5 0 350 23 127
" 5 Treasurers-at-war John Harvey and Thos. Hague. 8,000 pairs stockings for Ireland 400 0 0 357 9 69 81
Dec. 6 Treasurers-at-war Col. Hen. Crom-well. Month's advance for his staff officers, viz., chaplain, 8s. a day; provost marshal and two men, 7s. 4d.; surgeon and his two mates and horse for the chest, 11s.; surgeon's chest, 15l. 51 17 4 361 9 13,107
" " D. and C. lands, Ireland. Col. Thos. Harrison To be sent to Major Robinson at Milford Haven, for a month's pay at 8d. a day for 600 horse recruits to be raised by Harrison in Gloucestershire, South Wales, &c., for their quarters at the water side, and 5s. a man for transport and victuals on ship board. 710 0 0 358 23 140
" " Exigencies Mr. Frost, sen. To be issued by order of Council for the Irish service. 12,000 0 0 361 20
" " Mr. Frost Treasurers-at-war On loan from the above money, to be repaid in a month. 10,000 0 0 361
" 7 D. and C. lands Sir John Wollaston and Alderman Noel. In silver in lieu of new gold 2,000 0 0 27
" " Treasurers-at-war Col. Hen. Crom-well. Month's advance for himself as colonel and captain. 54 12 0 362 9 13 82
" " Revenue Com. Serjeant Middleton For trimming the garden at Whitehall 49 14 11 367
" 10 Excise Mr. Browne In part of a contract for guns for the five new frigates. 3,000 0 0 29
" 12 Del. estates, emergency fund. Capt. Chas. Gibbon In part of his arrears. 30 0 0 379 2 45
" 13 Mr. Jackson, Excise. Lady Broghill On account, by order of Parliament, to enable her to go to Ireland. 200 0 0 386 29 48
" " Col. John Venn To issue for Harwich, on bills signed by the ordnance officers of the Tower. 140 0 0 6
" 14 D. and C. lands, Ireland. Treasurers-at-war On account, for transporting 700 reduced recruits of horse to Ireland. 1,369 0 0 390 (fn. 17) 230
" 15 Treasurers-at-war Jas. Powell, Bristol " " 700 0 0 9 145
Dec. 15 Treasurers-at-war Chas. Walley, Chester. On account, for transporting three troops of Col. Hacker's, and reduced recruits, 669 in all, to sail from Chester or Liverpool. 669 0 0 9 145 83
" 16 Ordinance for I. Comm. Dobbins In recompense for Irish service 120 0 0 35 112
" 17 D. and C. lands, Ireland. Aldermen Andrews, Maurice, Thomson, and Stephen Estwick, Irish contractors. Loan by them on the ordinance of 20,000l. a month, for sending corn to Ireland. 4,859 8 0 360
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" " Excise John Davis For 50 tons 7 barrels of salmon, 8,825 cod fish, and 11 tons of herring, delivered in Ireland for the use of Derry during the siege, with interest, and expenses in transport. 1,600 0 0 402
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" 18 Ordinance for I. Sir Wm. Cole On account 300 0 0 35 50
" 25 " Rich. Downes, woollen draper. 6,000 soldiers' coats and breeches for Ireland. 5,100 0 0 35 75
" " Excise " 10,000 cassocks and breeches for Ireland. 8,500 0 0 29 73
" " Old ordinances for I. " 7,500 yards mixed coloured broadcloth, at 11s. 3d. a yard, for Ireland. (fn. 18) 4,218 15 0 73, 75 (fn. 19)
" " " " In part of 1,000l., broadcloth for Sir C. Coote's officers. (fn. 18) 319 13 10½ 76
" " Excise " In full for broadcloth for Sir C. Coote's officers. (fn. 18) 680 6 73
" " D. and C. lands Col. Wm. Webb Charges incident to a survey of deans and chapters' lands. 5,000 0 0 414 17
" 28 Excise Capt. St. George In pursuance of an order of Parliament, for bringing the good news from Ireland. 100 0 0 438 30 155
" " Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden and Mr. Wainwright. In part of a contract of 6,778l. for 300 quarters of wheat at 70s., and 2,200 of rye at 52s. for Ireland. 3,000 0 0 9 67 84
Dec. 29 Treasurers-at-war Capts. Bishop and Norris. Second payment for beer for Ireland, the rest to be paid within six months after receipt. 279 8 8 9 55, 56
" " Excise Thos. Baxter Provisions received by Sir C. Coote for Derry during the siege. 1,015 1 9 447 30 26
" " " Rich. Thorowgood, linen-draper. 16,000 shirts for Ireland 2,400 0 0 446 30 72
" " " Thos. Vincent and Lucas Lucie, merchants of London. Balance for 300 cwt. of French bay salt for Ireland, 700l. being paid, at 4l. 10s. per cwt., and 25l. for demurrage. 675 0 0 443 30 72
" " Del. estates Col. Arth. Hill. For Charles Coote, eldest son of Sir Charles Coote, President of Connaught, from his father's arrears, for debts incurred during his long sickness in England, and for his future maintenance, on petition of Sir Rob. Hanna. 297 2 0 444 2 27
" 31 D. and C. lands, exigencies. Navy Comme. Loan for the fleet going southwards 9,000 0 0 452 20
Undated Ordnance office, Tower. Com. Wm. Dobbins. 1,950 cassocks and breeches at 17s., but only 1,930 delivered, there being no more in the Tower. 1,640 10 0 77
Jan. 1 Excise Rob. Cordwell 200 barrels of gunpowder, delivered into the stores. 840 0 0 10
" 3 " Wm. Pennoyer 251 barrels of gunpowder, delivered into the stores. 1,054 4 0 11
" 5 Treasurers-at-war To send to Ireland 5,000l for Dublin, and 5,000l. for Carrickfergus, for Sir C. Coote's forces, to be disposed by direction of the Irish Committee. 10,000 0 0 470 9 32
" 8 Exigencies Thos. Waring Compiling a book of the bloody massacre in Ireland. 100 0 0 486 20
" 11 Excise Ant. Webster 1,000 pikes 191 13 4 14
" " " Silvester Keene, Rob. Thacker, Thos. Beomont, and Wm. Edwards. 750 pikes 143 15 0 14, 15
Jan. 12 Treasurers-at-war Lucas Lucie and Wm. Harris. In part of a contract of 7,517l. 10s. for 186 tons 18 cwt. 3 qrs. Holland cheese for Ireland, at 40l. the ton. 3,000 0 0 507 9 85
" " " Jas. Graves, &c. In full, of a contract of 3,483l. 6s. 8d. for 16,000 pairs of shoes at 2s. 6d., and 2,000 pairs of boots at 14s. 10d. for Ireland. 2,983 6 8 514 9 68 86
" 14 D. and C. lands Dr. Cartwright Expenses of the dispatch to the Lord Lieutenant in Ireland. 30 0 0 517 154
" " " Capt. Otway For bringing the news of Lieut.-Gen. Jones' overthrow of Ormond, before Dublin. 100 0 0 154
" 18 Excise John Gare, &c. 13,000 collars of bandoleers 920 16 8 15
" " " Thos. Roch, &c. 3,000 collars of bandoleers 212 10 0 16
" 21 Sir John Wollaston and Alderman Noel. Dr. Guerdon To be disbursed by Council's direction for the Mint. 40 0 0 542 43
" " Exigencies Ant. Ascham For his necessary provision in going as agent to Spain. 600 0 0 526
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" 22 Del. estates Francis, wife of Col. Hercules Huncks. Part of her husband's arrears 66 13 4 2 45
" " Treasurers-at-war Thos. Footer For conveying clothes, provisions, &c., to Bristol for Ireland, additional. 69 10 0 9 71 87
" 23 Excise To advance on the last 15,000l. of the 150,000l. 5,000 0 0 33
" 25 Exigencies Mr. Ascham Sent as agent into Spain, three months' entertainment. 200 0 0 561 20
" 30 " Col. John Venn New casting broken brass ordnance 50 0 0 20 8
" " " Chas. Vane Advance for his journey to Portugal as agent. 600 0 0 571 20
" " " Rich. Bradshaw Advance for his journey to Hamburg 600 0 0 571 20
" " Excise Comrs. Mr. Jackson To be paid out on orders of Council 150,000 0 0 572 45
Feb. 1 Excise Wm. Pennoyer 544 barrels of gunpowder 2,284 16 0 11
" " Treasurers-at-war Rob. Hammond, merchant. 200 pairs of pistols for Ireland at 14s. a pair, in two payments. 140 0 0 581 10 105 88
" 2 John Jackson, Excise. Col. Venn Provisions for Berwick and the northern garrisons, to be paid out of the 10,000l. part of the 6,000l. for petty emptions. 900 0 0 579 30 9
Feb. 4 Excise Lieut.-Col. Ryves By order of Parliament 100 0 0 602 30 155
" 6 " Dan. Judd 50 tons of musket shot 908 6 8 18
" 7 Sir Adam Loftus, Del. estates. John Penny For his pains in taking up shipping for Ireland. 3 0 0 583 2 113
" 8 " Col. Edw. Conway. Given by the House for service at Dungan Hill. 500 0 0 610 45
" 11 Exigencies Mr. Scott To be disposed of by Council 100 0 0 20
" " Excise Thos. Gill 1,000 pairs of holsters. 166 13 4 13
" " Col. Venn " To issue for the gunsmiths 417 1 6 45
" 14 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Laxton, apothecary. Drugs and compositions for two surgeons' chests for Sir C. Coote. 29 12 5 627 107 89
" " " Edw. Anslow, &c. 1,500 backs, breasts, and potts 1,275 0 0 21
" " " Jas. Graves, &c. 1,950 pairs shoes at 2s. 6d. 243 15 0 632 69 90
" " " Thos. Hague and John Harvey, &c. 8,000 pairs stockings for Ireland 431 11 1 630 67 91
" " " " 1,950 pairs stockings for foot soldiers 105 12 6 631 (fn. 20) 69 92
" " " " 2,000 pairs stockings for horse soldiers 161 15 0 631 70 92
" " Excise Rich. Wiltshire, master of the Jonas of London. Imprest for freightage to Youghall 100 0 0 74
" " " Com. Wm. Dobbins Imprest for salary at 6s. a day, of a servant sending clothes and provisions to Youghall. 12 0 0 638 74
" " " Edw. Burgh, upholsterer. 100 white set rugs at 8s. 3d. for hospitals in Ireland. 41 5 0 114
" " " Thos. Beadell, upholsterer. 200 white set rugs at 8s. 3d. for hospitals in Ireland. 82 10 0 630 114
" " " Widow Hollingsworth. 300 black and white rugs or blankets, 170 at 5s. and 130 at 5s. 6d., for hospitals in Ireland. 83 18 4 115
" " " Rich. Thorowgood, linen-draper. 5,362½ ells of white and brown Ozembrigge to make 1,950 shirts for Sir C. Coote's soldiers. 249 16 4 625 72
Feb. 14 Excise, John Jackson. Rich. Thorowgood, linen-draper. 480 ells of towelling at 5½d., 2,400 of sheeting at 15¼d., 100 of linen at 18d., 2,700 of canvas at 7d., for straw beds for hospitals in Ireland. 249 15 0 625 115
" " " " " 5,995 ells of vittry for tent cloth for sol diers in Ireland. 353 9 10 625 116
" " " " " 8,012½ ells of hall cloth for tents 516 14 7 625 116
" " " " " 10 measuring yards and ells, 37 ells and 14 pieces of Poldavis, ropes, cords, packing, porterage, &c. 19 10 3 625 (fn. 21) 116
" " " " George Waterman Ropes, tape, and thread for tent making 58 13 9 629 117
" " " " Lieut. John Streater Six brass guns with saddle and furni ture. 36 0 0 626 117
" " " " Jas. Ansdell of the Patience. Balance due for ship's hire 231 8 6 626 132
" " " " Rich. Foster of the Return. " " 419 9 2 629 132
" " " " Rob. Sansum of the Alexander. " " 334 5 8 628 132
" " " " Wm. Gilbert of the John of London. In part, for ship's hire 200 0 0 627 133
" " Treasurers-at-war Lucas Lucy, Thos. Ross, and partners. For 186 tons 18 cwt. 3 qrs. cheese, 600 deals, and 100 balks for the army in Ireland, 3,000l. having been paid on imprest. 4,517 10 0 631 93
" 15 Sir Adam Loftus Col. Edw. Conway From the 50,000l. charged on delinquents' estates for Ireland. 500 0 0 94

Footnotes

  • 1. For further account of these funds see Preface.
  • 2. The original warrants in Vols. VII. and VIII. are generally receipted.
  • 3. For details of moneys paid on this and five later warrants to Smith, see I. 118, pp. 21, 22, 25.
  • 4. Divided into 20l. and 60l. warrants.
  • 5. Divided into two warrants of 20l. and 140l.
  • 6. Divided into two warrants of 85l. for the Lord-Lieutenant, and 595l. for the other officers.
  • 7. In one warrant 132l. 16s. 2d. Probably a warrant for the difference; 2l. 0s. 8d. is missing.
  • 8. Divided into two warrants, 4l. 12s. 3d. and 43l. 19s. 3d., in I. 62, p. 516.
  • 9. The payments on this warrant and that of Aug. 2 are detailed in I. 118, pp. 60, 61.
  • 10. 70,000l. on 25 July and 30,000l. on 2 Aug., according to entries in I.118, pp. 31, 32
  • 11. In I. 118, p. 79, this is united with the next for Judd, and the total 2,175l. given.
  • 12. This warrant probably includes the preceeding ones, and another to Semayne, missing.
  • 13. The payments on this warrant and those of 6 Sept. and 12 Nov. are detailed in I. 118, pp. 62–66.
  • 14. n I. 118, p. 111, 353l. 9s. 4d. of this sum is ordered for his shipping 172 tons of arms, ammunition, and provisions.
  • 15. Only part of this sum, viz., 353l. 9s. 4d. is in I. 118.
  • 16. The same sum which was paid out in two warrants to Walley and Powell on the 29th.
  • 17. Divided in I. 63 into two warrants, corresponding with the two following.
  • 18. These warrants are noted as ordered, but not yet passed by Council.
  • 19. The latter entry gives the warrant as on the old ordinances for Ireland, and not yet passed.
  • 20. This and the following warrant is blended into one in I. 63 and Vol. VIII. No. 92.
  • 21. This and the four preceding warrants are joined together in I. 63.