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Warrants of the Council of State for the Payment of Money

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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1651. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1877.

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Warrants by the Council of State for the Payment of Money, as follows (fn. 1) :—

Date. From To Object. Sum. References.
1651. £ s. d. I. 15. I. 16. I. 101. Vol. XIX.
Jan. 1 John Jackson, on the 150,000l. ordinance upon the Excise. Matthew Lock For attendance on the Irish Committee from 24 June to 23 Dec. last. 39 0 0 54
" " " " James Chetwind For the same 10 0 0 54
" 2 " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. Shipping provisions for Ireland 116 10 0 55
" 3 " " " " " " 50 0 0 55
" " Collectors for prize goods. Rob. Wright For reward 20 0 0 88
" " " " Vincent Beach, John Malin, Stephen Nichaelson. For reward, 10l. each 30 0 0 88
" " " " Richard Seaward For bringing Chas. Vane, the Parliament agent, from Lisbon. 10 0 0 88 56
" " Treasurers-at-war Deputy at Newcastle To pay freight of ships carrying provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 456 0 0 56 1
" 4 John Jackson Edm. Watts, messenger To furnish himself with horses, he having brought letters from the Lord Deputy of Ireland. 15 0 9 5
" 6 Sir John Wollaston, &c. Lieut.-Col. Ralph Cobbett. Freight of ships for transporting 900 men from Yarmouth to Scotland, from the 10,000l. exigent money at Gurney House lent by Council. 309 0 0 58 2
" 7 " " Rich. Cadwell For biscuit provided at Lynn for the army in Scotland. 150 0 0 14 58
" " " " Capt. Hen. Langham Upon bill of exchange drawn by Rich. Cadwell for hay for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 14 59 3
" " " " Commissary General Reynolds. On account of his entertainment from moneys for pay of the forces in Ireland. 100 0 0 9 59 4
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell Stephen Estwick and Wm. Hobson, treasurers for Deans and Chapters lands. Philip Starkie Balance of account for accommodations for the High Court of Justice at Norfolk, from exigent money at Gurney House. 66 19 1 12 60
" " " " " For service as steward of the said court 30 0 0 12
Jan. 7 Treasurers-at-war Col. Reynolds For Mr. Somers, for bringing letters from the Lord Deputy of Ireland. 10 0 0 9
" " " " Nich. Hill For bringing news of the surrender of Edinburgh Castle. 50 0 0 12
" 8 Sir John Wollaston, &c. Rich. Thorowgood For 1,400 canvas bags to pack biscuit for the army in Scotland. 70 0 0 19 60 5
" " " " Commissioners of Excise On bill of exchange of Rich. Cadwell, messenger, for hay for the army in Scotland provided at Lynn, for value received from the Sub-Commissioners of Excise there. 200 0 0 19 61 6
" " " " Denis Gauden In part for 300 tons of Cheshire cheese for Scotland, at 63l. a ton. 3,450 0 0 19 61
" 10 " " John Harvey, Thos Hague, and Thos. Gracedue. For 16,200 pairs of stockings for the army in Ireland. 942 0 0 62 7
" 11 " " Jas. Graves, Theodore Reynolds, Jenkin Ellis, and Fras. Marriott. For 1,200 pairs of boots for the army in Ireland. 870 0 0 62 8
" " " " Rich. Thorowgood For 5,000 shirts for the army in Ireland 750 0 0 63
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell, &c. treasurers for Dean and Chapter lands. Harvey Conway, Wm. Booth, Percival Stanney, Rich. Clough, and Peter Everitt. For 100 draught horses for the artillery train in Scotland. 900 0 0 63
" " Sir John Wollaston James Wainwright For Mr. Hutchinson of Dublin, for 700 barrels of corn for the army in Ulster. 660 0 0 26 64 9
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell, Stephen Estwicke, and Wm. Hobson, from exigent money. Navy Commissioners For flat boats for the army in Scotland 1,200 0 0 26 64
" " John Jackson Major Wm. Ludlow On account, by order of Parliament, from moneys for Ireland. 100 0 0 40 65
" 15 Sir John Wollaston Denis Gauden For 869 loads of hay for the army in Scotland 300 0 0 40 65
" " " " Samuel Duncon On account, for 2,500 cwt. of biscuit provided at Ipswich for the army in Scotland. 500 0 0 40 66 10
" " " " Col. Solomon Richards For raising 120 men to recruit his regiment in Ireland. 120 0 0 11
Jan. 17 Sir John Wollaston Abraham White and other owners of the Prosperous of London. For freight of 138 tons of provisions to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 88 11 0 47 66 12
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell, &c. Phil. Starkie For managing the diet of the Commissioners at the High Court of Justice in Norfolk. 10 0 0 45
" 18 " " Mr. Keeling For attendance as solicitor at the High Court of Justice in Norfolk. 40 0 0 45 67
" 19 " " Mr. Goldborough " " " 40 0 0 45 67
" 20 Collectors for prize goods. Samuel Say Gratuity for the loss of his right hand in the service, when at work at Chatham. 10 0 0 51 68
" 21 Sir John Wollaston Samuel Duncon, of Ipswich. For 2,500 cwt. of biscuit for the army in Scotland, on account. 500 0 0 56 68
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell, &c. Tracey Pouncefort For attendance as clerk to the High Court of Justice in Norfolk. 40 0 0 45 69
" " " " Wm. Kilbourne For attendance as clerk to the said Court 40 0 0 45 69
" " " " Treasurers-at-war For flat boats for the army in Scotland 1,200 0 0 53 70
" " Treasurers-at-war John Parker and others Out of the said money for building said boats, at 40l. per boat. 1,000 0 0 70
" " Collectors of prize goods. Capt. Jas. Peacock and his officers and ship's company. For a gold chain and medal, value 50l., for Capt. Peacock, and for gratuities to his officers, &c., for services at sea. 100 0 0 52 71
" " Treasurers at Gurney house. Treasurers-at-war To be issued by direction of Council 1,200 0 0 53
" 24 Aldermen Thos. Noell, Stephen Estwicke, and Wm. Hobson. Lord Chief Justice St. John and Walter Strickland. To fit them for going as ambassadors to Holland. 1,000 0 0 66 72
" 25 Sir John Wollaston Capt. Peter Cornelius To defray his and eight gunners' charges, in going to the Lord General for special services, to be deducted from the Lord General's incident expenses. 25 0 0 79 73
" 27 " " Henry Tulse for Rich. Dore, of Newport. For biscuit provided at the Isle of Wight for the army in Scotland, on account. 100 0 0 78 73 13
" " " " John Barton " " on bill of exchange from Col. Whetham. 230 0 0 78 74 14
" " " " Capt. John Whitworth In part for 8,120 bowls of oatmeal for Ireland, from moneys for Ulster. 1,979 5 0 60 74 15
Jan. 27 Sir John Wollaston Col. Fras. Underwood For 850 qrs. of wheat contracted for by Col. Wauton at Lynn, for the army in Scotland. 500 0 0 79 75 16
Thos. Bateman Imprest to provide 30 close wagons, 12 open wagons, and 16 tumbrils for the present service. 300 0 0 81
" 28 Sir J. Wollaston, exigent money. Major-Gen. Harrison For emergent occasions 200 0 0 I. 17. 4
" " Aldermen Thos. Noell, &c., treasurers of D. and C. lands. Treasurers-at-war For disposal as Council shall direct 5,003 0 11 75
" 29 John Jackson, Excise Richard Downes For 15,000 cassocks, 15,000 pair of breeches, and 8,000 yards of broad cloth for cloaks for the army in Ireland. 16,575 0 0 10 76
" " Treasurers-at-war Cols. Ingoldsby, Berkstead, Wauton, and Gibbon. 20l. for each 100 men of the 1,500 recruits going for Scotland out of their regiments. 300 0 0 9
" " " Richard Thorowgood For 2,000 casks to pack biscuits for Scotland. 108 6 8 10 72
" 31 Sir John Wollaston, exigent money. Capt. Hen. Langham, Cashier-General to the Customs. For Thos. Eastwood towards building flat boats for Scotland, on two bills of exchange of 500l. each. 1,000 0 0 15 76 17
" " " Comrs. of Excise For Rich. Cadwell, for buying at Lynn oats for the army in Scotland, on a bill from the sub-commissioners of excise at Lynn. 400 0 0 15 77 18
Feb. 1 " Major-Gen. John Desborow. On account, for incident charges on a special service, from 3,400l. to be raised on credit of the fee farm rents. 600 0 0 19
" 4 " Denis Gauden For 315 tons 17 cwt. 2 lbs. Suffolk cheese, delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 3,243 16 6 33 77
" " " exigent Thomas Scott For disposal as Council directs 200 0 0 78 20
" 5 " Denis Gauden On account, towards provisions for special service. 600 0 0 21
" 6 Treasurers for D. and C. lands. Mr. Frost For Mr. Carter, surveyor of works, upon account for repair of houses of the commonwealth. 2,415 0 0 42
Feb. 8 Treasurers-at-war Joshua Comedy at Edinburgh. Freight of hay to Scotland for the army 130 0 0 51 80
" " Sir John Wollaston Thomas Davis, tentmaker. For tents for the army in Scotland 200 0 0 78 22
" " Treasurers-at-war To advance on credit of the sale of the feefarm rents, and at 8 per cent, interest, for buying necessary provisions for the army in Scotland. 1,300 0 0 51 79
" 10 " Jacob Bartleman For freight of hay to Scotland, in his ship the Orange Tree of Dantzic. 120 0 0 51 80 23
" " " Col. William Wetton For raising and transporting 2,000 men to Ireland, at 25s. a man, 1,500l., in part of 2,500l., and 564l. 18s. for a month's advance to the officers. 2,064 18 0 64 81
" 8 Collectors of prize goods John Bishop and Chas. Heaman, surgeons of the Crescent and the Anne and Joyce. For curing 380 sick men and maimed soldiers, sent on board their ships at the Frith, by command of the Lord General, 4l. for each. 1,420 0 0 49 79, 81
" " Alderman and Lord Mayor Andrewes and Maurice Thompson, treasurers for 20,000l. per month to be raised for Ireland. Daniel Hutchinson, of Dublin, merchant. 780l. 10s. 11d. for provisions delivered to Lieut.-Gen. Jones in Dublin, with interest at 8 per cent.. from Jan. 1647–8 to Jan. 1650–1. 897 10 11 63 82
" " Sir John Wollaston Lieut.-Col. Bowen For raising and marching to Milford Haven 500 recruits for the Lord Lieutenant's regiment of foot in Ireland. 500 0 0 52 87
" " " Capt. John Barrett " 400 " for the Lord Deputy's regiment. 400 0 0 53 86 24
" " " Capt. James Hutchinson " 453 " for Col. Ewer's regiment 453 0 0 53 82 25
" " " Capt. Wm. Walker For raising 456 recruits for Col. Cooke's regiment. 456 0 0 53 84
" " " Lieut.-Col. William Purefoy. " 500 " for Col. Slade's " 500 0 0 53 89 26
" " " Major May " 496 " for Col. Sadler's " 496 0 0 53 86
Feb. 10 Sir John Wollaston Capt. Nath. Whiting For raising 280 recruits for Col. Axtell's regiment. 280 0 0 53 83 27
" " " Col. Solomon Richards For raising 449 recruits for his own regiment 449 0 0 53 88 28
" " " Lieut.-Col. Hen. Bowen For six weeks' pay on account for self and officers while raising recruits. 121 16 0 54 88 29
" " " Capt. John Barrett " " " 82 19 0 54 87
" " " Capt. Jas. Hutchinson " " " 97 6 0 54 83
" " " Capt. Wm. Walker " " " 174 6 0 55 85 30
" " " Lieut.-Col. Wm. Purefoy " " " 120 15 0 55 90 31
" " " Major May " " " 79 16 0 55 85
" " " Capt. Whiting " " " 127 1 0 56 84
" " " Col. Solomon Richards " " " 154 0 0 56 89 32
" 11 Treasurers-at-war, exigent money. Col. John Berkstead For sending 600 of his regiment to Scotland 120 0 0 49 90 33
" " " Col. Wauton " 300 " 60 0 0 50 91 34
" " " Col. Rob. Gibbon " 300 " 60 0 0 50 91 35
" " " Col. Ingoldby " 300 " 60 0 0 49 92
" 12 John Jackson, Excise John Jones and Wm. Bowles. For tents for the army in Scotland 126 19 3 62 92
" " Treasurers-at-war To be sent to Haverfordwest for transmission to Munster, for pay of recruits, &c., for Ireland. 4,000 0 0 70 93
" " John Jackson, Excise Dr. Hum. Brookes Upon account, going as physician to the north of Ireland. 60 0 0 70 96
" " Treasurers-at-war Wm. Jeffery, master of the Dragon of London. For freight, 97 tons 19 cwt. of provisions to Leith, and six days' demurrage. 74 13 0 73 96 36
" " Mr. Frost Sir Robert King For money paid to the forces in Ulster and Connaught. 34 10 10 73 95
" " Treasurers-at-war, fee farm rents. Lord Chief Justice St. John and Walter Strickland, Ambassadors to Holland. To be advanced at 8 per cent. interest, on credit of the sale of fee-farm rents. 3,000 0 0 51 97 37
" " " " " By bills of exchange to be payable in Holland 3,000 0 0 51 97 38
" " Sir John Wollaston Lieut.-Col. Bowen Six weeks' pay for two serjeants, three corporals, and two drummers, for the Lord Lieutenant's regiment of foot in Ireland. 16 16 0 74
Feb. 12 Sir John Wollaston Capt. Wm. Walker Six weeks' pay for one surgeon and one surgeon's mate for Col. Cooke's regiment. 13 13 0 74
" " " Col. Solomon Richards " " for one surgeon, two surgeon's mates, and one serjeant for his own regiment. 22 1 0 74
" " " Capt. Whiting " " for three corporals, for Col. Axtell's regiment. 6 6 0 74
" " " Major May " " for three captains, three lieutenants, three ensigns, six serjeants, nine corporals, and six drummers, for Capt. Sadler's regiment. 143 18 0 74
" " Gualter Frost, jun. G. Frost, jun. For his care in disbursing 4,900l. for pay of ships employed in transporting troops for Ireland in 1649, &c. 20 0 0 76 95
" " Treasurers-at-war, exigent. Thomas Scott For money expended in the service of the State. 222 17 5 98 39
" 14 Treasurers-at-war, feefarm rents. Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. For disposal as directed by Council 1,100 0 0 98 40
" " " exigent Slingsby Bethell, merchant of London. Upon account of Rich. Bradshaw, agent at Hamburg. 200 0 0 87
" " " " John Shephard, wagon master. For sufferings in being taken prisoner coming from Scotland, and carried to Dunkirk. 20 0 0 89
" 15 " " money for Munster. Major Rich. May Six weeks' pay on account for officers of recruits for Col. Sadler's regiment in Ireland. 143 18 0 99 41
" " Sir Jno. Wollaston and the other treasurers-at-war, money for Scotland. Capt. John Grove For recruits for Commissary-Gen. Whalley's regiment of horse in Scotland. 500 0 0 95 99
" " " " Capt. Hen. Hatsell at Plymouth. For 1,560 cwt. of biscuit for the army in Scotland, on account. 200 0 0 97 100 42
" " " money for Munster. Capt. Walker For six weeks' pay for officers mentioned recruiting for Col. Coke's regiment in Ireland. 13 13 0 100
" " John Jackson, Excise Col. Geo. Cooke For providing 10 drums and 10 halberts for each of the eight Irish regiments. 100 0 0 97 101
" " Treasurers-at-war, money for Munster. Capt. Whiting For six weeks' pay for three corporals sent over for raising recruits for Col. Axtell's regiment. 6 6 0 101
Feb. 15 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Whiting For raising and transporting 20 recruits for Col. Axtell's regiment in Ireland. 20 0 0 102
" " Treasurers-at-war, money for Munster. Lieut.-Col. Hen. Bowen For six week's pay for officers recruiting the regiment of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 16 16 0 102 43
" " Collectors of prize goods. Rob. Baker, constable of Brighton. For great charge about French and outlandish prisoners landed on that coast by the fleet, and relieved by the town. 30 0 0 94
" " Treasurers-at-war Col. Solomon Richards Six weeks' pay for one surgeon, two surgeon's mates, and a serjeant sent over to raise recruits for his regiment in Ireland. 22 1 0 44
" " " Lieut.-Col. Wm. Purefoy. Six weeks' pay for a surgeon's mate, sent over to raise recruits for Col. Slade's regiment in Ireland. 5 5 0 45
Feb. 15 Sir Jno. Wollaston Col. Solomon Richards For raising and transporting 120 men for Ireland. 120 0 0 103
" " Treasurers-at-war, money for Munster. " " For six months' pay for officers mentioned recruiting for Ireland. 22 1 0 103
" " " Lieut.-Col. Wm. Purefoy. For six weeks' pay for a surgeon's mate for Col. Slade's regiment in Ireland. 5 0 0 104
" " John Jackson, Excise Wm. Rowe For his care, &c., in the Irish and Scotch Committee, since 29 August last. 250 0 0 89 104
" 18 Treasurers-at-war Major Jer. Tolhurst and Commissary Wm. Bluett. For buying 400 horses in the north for Scotland, to carry provisions to the army. 3,500 0 0 I. 65. 7 105 46
" " " Hen. Pordage for John Markin. For freight of the Prosperous Mary of Woodbridge, carrying 171 tons 13 cwt. of provisions to Leith for Scotland. 108 15 6 7 105 47
" " " John Knight for Thos. Eastwood. For flat boats built at Newcastle for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 6 106
" " John Jackson, Excise John Slack for Edm. Thompson. For freight of the Diligence of Yarmouth with clothes and provisions to Waterford for the Irish army, on account. 20 0 0 6 106
Feb. 18 John Jackson, Excise Capt. Robt. Wiltshire, master of the Jonas of London. For freight of provisions to Waterford, on account. 60 0 0 5 107
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Wm. Walker One month's pay more for self, Col. Geo. Cooke, and officers raising recruits for Ireland. 125 6 0 5 107
" " " Capt. Nat. Whiting " for Col. Axtell's regiment. 88 18 0 6 108 48
" " " Col. Solomon Richards " for Col. Richard's 117 7 4 6 108 49
" " " Capt. Hutchinson " for Col. Ewer's 64 17 4 5 109
" " " Major Rich. May " for Col. Sadler's 149 16 0 6 109 50
" " " Lieut.-Col. Wm. Purefoy. " for Col. Slade's 80 10 0 6 110 51
" " " Lieut.-Col. Hen. Bowen " for the Lord Lieutenant's regiment in Ireland. 92 8 0 5 110 52
" " " Capt. John Barrett " for the Lord Deputy of Ireland. 55 6 0 5 111 54
" " " Thos. Foster of the John and Sarah of Newcastle. For freight of provisions to Leith for Scotland. 98 18 9 7 111 55
" " " Alex. Holt, senior, goldsmith, for Thos. Bendish. On account for 998 cwt. of biscuit bought at Yarmouth for the army in Scotland. 850 0 0 8 112 55
" " " Capt. Mark Coe To buy canvas for 2,000 tents for the army in Ireland. 2,000 0 0 8 112 56
" " " Samuel Duncon of Ipswich. For biscuit for the army in Scotland, on account. 500 0 0 8 113
" " " William Chaplain, mercer, of Taunton, On bill of exchange of Jno. Bond, of Minehead, for shipping horse for Ireland. 150 0 0 57
" 19 " John Wilkinson Freight and demurrage of the Deborah of London, carrying provisions to Leith for the Army in Scotland. 133 9 3 13 113 58
" " " John Shephard, wagoner Gratuity for being taken prisoner at sea, coming from Scotland, and carried to Dunkirk (same as that of Feb. 14, but the fund changed). 20 0 0 13 94 59
Feb. 19. Treasurers-at-war Nich. Hayward, grocer For bill of exchange drawn by Thos. Eastwood, for building flat boats for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 13 114 60
" " " Capt. Rich. Weston For 6 weeks pay for himself and officers raising recruits for Col. Rives' regiment in Ireland. 45 3 0 12 115 61
" " " " " To enable him to raise, march and pay the quarters of 200 men for do. 200 0 0 13 114 62
" 20 " Jeoffry Stephens For carrying mortars and other provisions to Tynemouth Castle in the Marie of Poole, and from thence to Leith, in the Fortune of Leith, for the army in Scotland. 18 14 6 17 115
" " " Capt. Wm. Broadbent Six weeks' pay for himself and officers 48 6 0 17 116 63
" 21 " " " For raising 114 recruits for Col. Sadler's regiment in Ireland. 114 0 0 16 116
" " " Capt. Benj. Lucas Six weeks' pay for himself and officers whilst raising 150 recruits for Col. Stubbers' regiment in Ireland, and marching them to Milford Haven. 31 10 0 21 117 64
" " " " For raising the said 150 men 150 0 0 21 118 65
" " " Major-General Thos. Harrison, Lieutenant of Ordnance. For provisions and furniture bought and provided by the ordnance officers in the Tower, and sending them away. 974 0 6 66
" " " " " To be by him issued for special services 200 0 0 117 67
" " " Hans Cloice For freight of the Jacob of Lubec with hay to Leith. 67 0 0 20 118 68
" " " Geo. Phillips For freight of the Deliverance with hay to Leith for Scotland. 90 0 0 21 119 69
" " " Thos. Haselwood For freight of the Prosperous Sarah 90 0 0 21 119 70
" " " Denis Gauden On account for provisions for the army and navy. 1,000 0 0 71
" 22 " Capt. Hen. Hatsell For incidental charges in the execution of a special service. 600 0 0 72
" 24 " Capt. Jno. Webb Ten weeks' pay for himself and a serjeant; six weeks' for a lieut. and ensign, and to pay to Capt. Benj. Lucas, to complete his 10 weeks' pay, 11l. 4s., making a total of 59 3 0 25 123 73
Feb. 24 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Hen. Langham, Cashier to Commissioners of Customs. On a bill of exchange of Rich. Cadwell for oats for the army in Scotland, taken up from the collectors of customs at Lynn. 4,005 0 0 25 122 74
" " " Lieut.-Col. Purefoy Month's pay of a surgeon's mate of Col. Slade's regiment. 3 10 0 25 124
" " " Capt. Hen. Hatsell For biscuit provided at Plymouth for Ireland and Scotland, balance of his account. 30 8 1 26 122
" " John Jackson, Excise Thomas Smith, drum maker. For 20 drums for Col. Wetton in Ireland 20 0 0 26 120
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Hen. Langham On bill of exchange by Thos. Eastwood, for building flat boats at Newcastle, to be advanced at interest, on credit of sale of feefarm rents. 500 0 0 26 121 75
" " John Jackson, Excise Samuel Browne, surgeon For a chest for the Lord-General's regiment in Ireland. 15 0 0 26 121
" " Treasurers-at-war To ship for Ireland [See p. 59 supra] 60,000 0 0 120
" 25 John Jackson, Excise Anth. Webster, Thos. Raymond, William Edwards, and Silvester Keene. For 1000 pikes for Ireland, to be advanced on interest if needful. 200 0 0 32 125
" " Treasurers-at-war Col. Fras. Underwood For 1000 quarters of wheat shipped at Lynn for Scotland. 786 19 0 124 76
" 27 John Jackson Jno. Silke, Wm. Burton, John Skinner, and Thos. Skinner, gunsmiths. For 600 carbines and swivels for Ireland, at 11s. 8d. each, to be advanced on interest, if needful. 350 0 0 37 126
" " " Geo. Day, John and Wm. Watson, John Silke, Thos. and John Skinner, and Roger Carlisle. For 2,100 carbines and swivels 1,225 0 0 37 126
" " " Wm. Bates, John Escroft, Edw. Holt, Thos. Austin, and Rich. Langley. For 300 more 175 0 0 37 127
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Hen. Dorney Balance of payment of soldiers for twisting hay for Scotland. 16 15 3 38 130 77
Feb. 27 Treasurers-at-war Chas. Walley, Chester Upon account for 1,000 pioneers' tools for Scotland, from sale of fee-farm rents. 72 10 0 39 129 78
" " " " For 100 tons cheese and 300 barrels of salt for the forces in Ulster, on account. 2,360 15 0 39 125 79
" " " Hen. Walker, ensign For 10 weeks' advance for the Lord Lieutenant's regiment. 10 10 0 39 128
" " " Capt. Vere Hunt Six weeks' pay for self and officers of Col. Jefford's regiment. 47 5 0 39 128 80
" " " Serjt. John Hammond " " of Col. Stubber's regiment. 10 10 0 39 128
" " " Capt. Nath. Cobham " two serjeants, and one drummer for guard of the artillery train. 25 4 0 39 128
" " " Ensign Nath. Owen " and officers of Col. Ryves' regiment. 14 14 0 39 128
" " " Capt. Nath. Cobham Six weeks' pay on account, to raise, march, and transport 100 men to Ireland, to guard the artillery train. 100 0 0 131 81
" " " Robert Sewell For Thos. King, for 12,000 cwt. of biscuit for the army in Scotland. 500 0 0 40 129 82
" " " Capt. Vere Hunt For raising 200 men for Col. Jno. Jefford's regiment in Ireland. 200 0 0 40 131 83
" " John Jackson Geo. Day, Jno. and Wm. Watson, John Silke, Thomas and Jno. Skinner, and Roger Carlisle. For 1,400 matchlock and 300 snaphance muskets. 930 0 0 41 127
" " Treasurers-at war Chas. Walley For 40 tons cheese and 120 cwt. of bread for the army in Scotland. 247 10 0 65 130 84
" 28 " John Holland For Thos. Eastwood, advance for building flat boats for Scotland. 150 0 0 133 85
" " John Jackson Navy Committee Part of 150,000l. charged upon the excise 20,000 0 0 43 133
" " Treasurers-at-war Richard Allen For Thos. Eastwood, towards building flat boats for Scotland, 150l. and 50l., to be advanced on interest. 200 0 0 44 133–4 86
Feb. 28 Treasurers-at-war James Graves, Theodore Reynolds, Jenkin Ellis, and Francis Marriott. For 480 pairs of boots and 3,400 pairs of shoes for the army in Scotland. 773 0 0 46 132 87
" " " Commissnrs. of Excise For Capt. Jas. Clerke, Sub-Commissioner of Boston, for settling Mr. Cadwell's bill of exchange for shipping oats, &c. for Scotland. 60 0 0 46 132
March 1 " Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. For contingent services 200 0 0 47 134 88
" 2 " Jno. Bankes for Geo. Taylor, of Arundel. For 1,000 quarters of wheat delivered at Portsmouth for Ireland. 800 0 0 89
" 3 " Denis Gauden For 1,450 firkins of butter delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,660 12 0 54 136 90
" " John Jackson, Excise Armiger Warner, felt-maker. For 10,000 hats and bands delivered into the stores for Ireland, with interest till due. 958 6 8 40, 54 135
" " " " Hen Thraile and Thos. Bostock. For incident charges for Ireland 106 5 0 54 136
" " " " Col. Geo. Cooke, Governor of Wexford. For raising and transporting 100 men and horses to Ireland for the Lord Deputy, on the same terms as Lieut.-Gen. Ludlow. 420 18 4 55 135
" " Treasurers-at-war " " For part of 2 months' pay for a troop of horse, for raising, marching, and transporting the said men. 400 0 0 55 137 91
" " " " " For one month's pay for himself and officers, for raising men for Ireland. 125 6 0 92
" " " Capt. Hen. Hatsell As imprest, that he may go on a special service. 50 0 0 93
" 4 John Jackson, Excise Lionel Becher For freight of his ship for 41 days 90 0 0 60
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut. W. Groves, Ensign John Holder, and Ensign Edw. Hall. 6 weeks' pay for carrying recruits to Ireland for Col. Wm. Ryves' regiment. 21 0 0 60
" " John Jackson Col. Geo. Cooke For distribution among officers sent to raise recruits for Ireland. 40 0 0 61
Mar. 4 John Jackson, excise Maj.-Gen. Skippon, for Samuel Mells. For freight, transporting horses to Ireland 27 0 0 61 140
" " Treasurers-at-war Chas. Walley Of Chester, for paying quarters of recruits to be shipped by Col. Wetton. 400 0 0 61 138 94
" " Collectors of prize goods Thomas Jones Gratuity for wounds received at sea in the State's service. 6 13 4 137
" " " " John Allison Gratuity for the same 6 13 4 138
" " John Jackson, Excise Col. Geo. Cooke For division between the officers of Cols. Le Hunt, Ryves, Gifford, Tothill, and Stubbers' regiments, for drums and halberts. 40 0 0 139
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut. Wm. Groves, Ensign John Holder, and Ensign Ed. Hall. Six weeks' pay while raising recruits for Col. Ryves' regiment in Ireland. 21 0 0 139 95
" " John Jackson Lionel Beecher Freight of the Elizabeth and Jane of Bideford, transporting horse to Ireland. 90 0 0 140
" 5 Treasurers-at-war, fee farm rents. William Morton For 30 handmills for the army in Scotland 60 0 0 65 141 96
" " " " Geo. Rawlins For 16 " " " 32 0 0 65 142 97
" " " " Hen. Holton For 10 " " " 20 0 0 65 141 98
" " " " William Laight For 320 ferkins of butter delivered at Lynn for the army in Scotland. 352 0 0 65 142 99
" " " " Comrs. of Customs For bill of exchange of Rich. Cadwell, for provisions for the army in Scotland. 140 0 0 64 143
" " " " Fras. Marriot, Theo. Reynolds, and Jenkin Ellis. For 3,000 pair of boots for the forces in Ireland. 2,175 0 0 100
" 6 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Ephraim Beale, muster master. For mustering recruits for Ireland 5s. per day, from 26 Oct. to 22 Jan. last. 68 144
" " " William Goodlad For freight of the Fortune of Ipswich with hay to Leith for the army in Scotland. 98 18 0 68 147 101
" " John Jackson, Excise Thos. Rawlinson For Capt. Eph. Beale, late commissary at Bristol, for mustering forces for Ireland. 16 15 0 69 143
" " Treasurers-at-war Major Hen. Hazard For buying provisions for Ireland upon account. 1,600 0 0 69 144 102
" " " " " For necessaries for the Commissioners in Ireland. 40 0 0 69 144 103
Mar. 6 Treasurers-at-war Major-Hen. Hasard Upon account for deal boards to be sent to Waterford. 150 0 0 69 144 103
" " Chas. Walley, out of the 400l. Capt. Laurence Hyde Of Col. Lidcot's regiment, a month's pay for 50 men to be raised by him, and for a lieutenant and serjeant to conduct them. 54 17 4 69 147
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut.-Col. Simon Eaton Six weeks' advance of pay for self and officers of Col. Le Hunt's regiment. 120 15 0 70 145 104
" " " Capt. Art. Stapleton " " of Col. Tothill's regiment. 48 6 0 70 145 105
" " " " For raising and marching 240 men to Milford Haven for recruiting Col. Tothill's regiment in Ireland. 240 0 0 68 146 106
" " " Lieut.-Col. Eaton " " 360 men for Col. Le Hunt's regiment. 360 0 0 68 146 107
" " " John Young, Wm. Huff, Robt. Hudson, and Wm. Clemens. For 300 flock beds, with bolsters, rugs, blankets, and mats. 427 10 0 108
" 7 Gualter Frost Col. Popham or Col. Blake. For the service of intelligences 100 0 0 74
" 8 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Bennet for Jno. Bond, of Minehead. For re-shipping for Ireland horse driven into that port. 160 0 0 109
" " " Rich. Thorowgood For 4,317 bags for biscuit for the army in Scotland. 197 17 3 78 148 110
" " " " For 1,000 more for " " 50 0 0 79 148 111
" " " Nath. Walters, Wm. Stoarer, and Hump. Gaywood. For 500 bridles and bits, 2,000 pairs of stirrups and leathers, and 2,000 girts for the army in Scotland. 227 15 6 79 149 112
" 10 " Nich. Vavacker On bill of exchange by Rich. Cadwell for provisions shipped at Lynn for the said army. 200 0 0 86 149
" " " Robert Clee On bill of exchange by Thos. Eastwood for building flat boats at Newcastle, to be advanced on interest. 400 0 0 86 150 114
" 12 " Lieut.-Col. Eaton Four weeks' pay for himself and officers while recruiting for Col. Le Hunt's regiment in Ireland. 90 6 0 95 150 115
Mar. 12 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Rich. Weston Four weeks' pay for himself and officers recruiting for Col. Ryves' regiment in Ireland. 44 16 0 95 151 116
" " John Jackson Thos. Maundy, goldsmith. Making a mace and altering a sword and scabbard for the Lord Deputy of Ireland. 133 8 9 93 151
" " " William Burton For 46 days' services, viewing provisions for Ireland. 11 10 0 93 152
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut. Walter Browne For raising and marching 50 men to the waterside for Col. Stubber's regiment in Ireland. 50 0 0 93 153 117
" " " " Ten weeks' pay while raising the said recruits 14 0 0 93 153 118
" " " Capt. Vere Hunt Four weeks' pay for self and officers recruiting for Col. Gifford's regiment in Ireland. 31 10 0 95 153 119
" " " Capt. Arth. Stapleton " for Col. Tothill's regiment " 35 0 0 95 155 120
" " " Capt. Wm. Rideout For raising and marching 100 men to the waterside for Ireland. 100 0 0 94 154 121
" " " Capt. Nath. Cobham Four weeks' pay for self and officers raising recruits for the artillery train in Ireland. 22 8 0 95 155 122
" " " Capt. Felix Long Four weeks' pay for self and officers raising recruits for Col. Sadler's regiment in Ireland. 32 4 0 95 155 123
" " " Wm. Smyth, linen draper. 5,000 shirts for the army in Ireland 745 16 8 88 156 124
" " " John Cutter and Jno. Powell, linen drapers 5,000 shirts for " " 741 13 4 88 156 125
" 17 John Jackson, excise Rich. Browne For Sampson Lort, for shipping provisions, horses, and the commissioners' horses and retinue into Ireland. 174 10 8 112 157
" " Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden For 64 tons, 19 cwt., and 14 lbs. of cheese delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 2,176 0 8 111 158 126
" " " Capt. Hen. Langham For bill of exchange of Rich. Cadwell, for provisions taken up at Lynn for the Scotch army. 80 13 6 111 158
" " " Geo. Dawes Freight of the Daniel of London with provisions from Portsmouth to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 119 0 0 112 159 127
" " " Jas. Austin In part for 1,000 cwt. of biscuit 450 0 0 111 159 128
Mar. 7 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Jno. Ward For self and officers raising and transporting 150 men for Col. Huncks' regiment in Ireland, and a month's pay. 219 14 0 113 160 129
" " " Stephen Reinolds For 400 cwt. of biscuit for the army in Scotland. 175 0 0 112 130
" " " John Newland For 600 cwt. " " 262 0 0 113 157 131
" " " Lieut. Edw. Allen, assignee of Lieut.-Col. Jno. Clerke. Imprest for defraying the expenses of a special service. 100 0 0 132
" 18 " Denis Gauden For Joseph Ellis, for freight of the Thomas and John of London, with provisions to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 96 0 0 120 160 133
" " " Jas. Powell To pay bills of Major Hazard and Mr. Fenell for biscuit, wheat, and cheese, provided for the Irish service. 6,500 0 0 122 161 134
" " " Denis Gauden Balance due of 3,840l., for one month's provisions of bread for the army in Scotland, 340l. being paid by Commissary Dobbins. 3,510 0 0 121 161
" " " " For 333 firkins of butter, and 232 cwt. 1 lb. of Suffolk cheese for the army in Scotland. 681 4 121 162 135
" " Collectors of prize goods. Col. Robt. Blake For good service 1,000 0 0 116 162
" " Treasurers-at-war Alex. Holt, sen. For Thos. Bendish at Yarmouth, for biscuit for the army in Scotland. 850 0 0 121 163
" 19 " Theodore Reinolds and other executors of Jas. Graves. For 5,000 pairs of shoes for the army in Scotland. 625 0 0 163 136
" " " " " For 1,000 pairs of boots " " 725 0 0 128 164 137
" " Collectors of prize goods. John Payne, deputy marshal of the Marshalsea. Allowance of 4d. a day each for 30 prisoners taken at sea as pirates by Capt. Wallis of the Nicodemus. 129 164
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Keeling For Wm. Pollard, for freight of the Elizabeth of Yarmouth, carrying hay to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 57 5 0 128 165 138
Mar. 19 Treasurers-at-war Commissioners of Excise. For Lieut.-Col. Salmon and Nich. Jenkins, towards paying for 1,000 quarters of wheat bought at Hull for the army in Scotland. 500 0 0 129 165
" " " Alderman Stephen Estwick. For Roger Ray, for freight of the Blessing of London with hay to Leith. 105 0 0 128 166 139
" 20 " Rich. Cadwell, messenger. For provisions at Lynn for the army in Scotland. 2,000 0 0 137 166 140
" " " " " " " 2,000 0 0 138 167
" " " Deputy treasurer at Newcastle. For shipmasters of Lynn for freight of provisions for the army in Scotland, viz., Fras. Collins of the Truelove, 44l.; Thos. Huggins for the Edward and Thomas, 65l.; David Law for the Roger of Lynn, 56l.; Rich. Nesling for the Thomas and Alice, 27l. 15s; Ste.Frost for the Ellen, 45l.; Wm. Holman for the Olive Branch, 35l. 10s.; Rich. Orrell for the Richard, 35l. 15s.; Edw. Clerk for the Francis, 54l.; Rich. Edwards for the Love's Increase, 40l.; Wm. Reveley for the Mathew, 40l. 10s.; Thos. Turner for the Bull, 44l.; Seth Hawley for the Consent, 65l.; Jno. Banister for the Lemon, 63l.; Denis Mason for the Margaret and Jane, 30l. 3s.; Jno. Chamberlain for the Christopher, 58l.; Godfrey Browne for the Willing Mind, 3l. 10s.; Rich. Nesling, junr., for the Adventurer, 54l. 10s.; Wm. Gabbs for the Answer, 72l.; Hen. Howard for the Adventure, 31l. 13s.; Wm. Bradley for the Margery, 31l. 1s.; Ralph Natners for the Elizabeth and Katherine, 72l.; and Stephen Enpim for the Globe, 63l. 1,029 0 0 135–7 167–8 141
" " John Jackson, excise Thos. Westherne For six tons of Spanish iron for the army in Ireland. 102 0 0 134 169
" " Treasurers-at-war Wm. Pease and seven other sadlers. For 1,000 troop saddles for the army in Scotland. 850 0 0 134 169 142
Mar. 20 Treasurers-at-war Commissioners of Customs. For Rich. Cadwell for provisions provided at Lynn for the army in Scotland. 2,000 0 0 137 170
" " Gualter Frost Capt. Packer By order of Parliament to purchase a horse 50 0 0 141
" 21 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Davis, tent maker. For poles, pins, mallets, cords, and work for 2,000 tents for the army in Scotland. 192 14 0 143 170 143
" 22 " Elizabeth, wife of Lieut.-Col. Allen. For transportation of herself and family to her husband in Ireland. 50 0 0 149 171
" " John Jackson Lady Culme, relict of Lieut.- Gen. Mich. Jones. According to order of Parliament 300 0 0 171
" 24 Treasurers-at-war Wm. Basset For 1,000 quarters of oats delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 156 172
" " John Jackson Danl. Judd For 12 tons 17 cwt. of musket and pistol bullets for Ireland. 199 3 6 157 172
" " " Rich. Newbury and five other bandoleer makers. For 2,800 collars of bandoleers for the army in Ireland. 198 6 8 157 173
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Seabrook and Simon Hutchinson. For 2,500 pair of shoes for the army in Scotland. 345 16 8 156 173 144
" " " Commissioners of Customs. For Rich. Cadwell, for supplying provisions at Lynn for the army in Scotland. 300 0 0 157 174
" " " Daniel Rosier and Wm. Blisset. For 2,500 pair of shoes for the army in Scotland. 312 10 0 174 145
" 25 " Deputy paymaster, Milford Haven. For victualling recruits shipped from thence for Ireland. 800 0 0 164 175
" " John Jackson Rich. Browne For shipping horse and recruits for Ireland 103 15 2 175
" " Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden For 500 firkins of butter for the army in Scotland. 575 0 0 163 176
" " " Chas. Walley For 640 barrels of wheat and 3 cwt. of cheese for the army in Ireland. 4,600 0 0 164 176
" " " Denis Gauden For 44 tons 1 cwt. of cheese for the army in Scotland. 1,475 13 6 163 177
" " John Jackson Jas. Goff and Mich. Reyner. For 2,000 snap sacks for the army in Ireland. 91 13 4 164 177
" " Treasurers-at-war Elizabeth, wife of Lieut.-Col. Allen. For transportation of herself and family to Ireland. 50 0 0 146
" 26 " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. For disbursements in shipping hay for Scotland. 52 12 0 170 178 147
Mar. 26 Treasurers-at-war Nath. Andrewes and Co. For 1,000 quarters of wheat delivered at Leith and Berwick for the northern forces (on account). 1,225 0 0 169 178
" " " John Alwyn For 1,000 quarters of wheat for the army in Scotland. 1,000 0 0 169 179
" " " John Bazill of the Mary of Poole. For freight carrying mortars and ammunition to Leith, with interest till paid. 50 0 0 170 179 148
" " " Timothy Finn, of the Hopewell of Ipswich. For freight carrying hay to Leith 72 10 0 170 180 149
" 27 John Jackson Edw. Husbands For copies of Acts, Ordinances, &c., of Parliament delivered to the Commissioners for Ireland. 8 5 4 177 180
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut.-Col. Ralph Cobbett. For shipping 1,013 men from Yarmouth for Leith, to recruit the army in Scotland. 341 5 6 177 181 150
" " " Wm. Walters Freight of the William and John of London, for carrying biscuit to Leith. 85 7 0 177 181 151
" " " Thos. Wall Freight of the Mary Rose of Aldborough, for carrying hay to Scotland. 81 5 0 176 182 152
" " Collectors of Prize Goods. Robt. Baker, constable at Brighton. For relieving French and other prisoners landed there by the fleet. 30 0 0 182
" 28 Treasurers-at-war Thos. Atcheson For John Alwyn for oats shipped for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 182 183 153
" 29 Treasurers for fee farm rents. Gualter Frost For exigencies for the commonwealth by 2,000l. at a time. 10,000 0 0 183 154
" 31 John Jackson Fras. Titon, stationer For books, papers, &c. for the Irish Commissioners. 54 14 7 176 184
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Keeling, assignee of Geo. Errington. Freight of the Prosperous of Newcastle, with provisions to Leith. 56 13 8 193 184 155
" " Collectors of Prize Goods. Capt. Jno. King For the loss of his hand at sea in the service of the State. 30 0 0 185
" " John Jackson Jno. Freeman For 3 tons of musket bullets for the army in Scotland. 48 16 6 194 185
" " Treasurers-at-war Ralph King As an advance upon going to Ireland 100 0 0 203 186 156
" " " Stephen Richards Freight of the Paul of London with hay to Leith. 128 13 0 193 186
Apr. 1 " Wm. Hayward and 18 other shipwrights. For 25 boats for the service in Scotland 1,250 0 0 187 1
April 2 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Rich. Browne For mustering, quartering, and shipping 50 (or 100) recruits for Ireland, at 25s. a man, and 8d. a day whilst at the waterside. 216 188
" 3 John Jackson, Excise Rich. Smith Freight for the Blessing of London, with provisions to Carrickfergus. 206 2 0 216 188
" " " Edw. Tench For 1,990 pike heads and feet, and 10 cases to pack them in for Ireland. 100 15 0 214 189
" " Treasurers-at-war To pay off the quarters of 500 recruits to be transported by Col. Wetton into Ireland. 214
" " Treasurers-at-war Mr. Holt for Mr. Bendish of Yarmouth. Money which could not be transmitted on a former order. 850 0 0 214
" " " Denis Gauden On account for provisions 850 0 0 2
" 5 " Benj. Stones upon bill of exchange of Col. Mat. Alured. For wheat provided at Hull for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 190 3
" " " John Penny For disbursements and services in supplying flat boats for Scotland. 156 12 8 227 189 4
" " " Denis Gauden For 4,800 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland. 3,840 0 0 228 190
" 4 John Jackson Major Wm. Aston For 30 bridles and saddles, and 30 cases of pistols and holsters for Ireland. 50 0 0 227 191
" 7 " John Jarrard For 800 kettles for the forces in Munster 304 2 8 233 191
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Keeling Freight of the Margaret of Ipswich, with 260 tons of hay to Leith for the army. 90 15 0 234 192 5
" " " John Banister Freight of the Abraham of London, with 82 tons of provisions to Leith for the army. 52 16 3 232 192 6
" " " Joseph Horningold Freight of the Merchant of Ipswich with 350 tons of hay to Leith for the army. 133 18 0 233 193 7
" " " James Clerke For 1,000 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland, shipped at Boston. 500 0 0 233 193
" " " " For wheat, oats, and other provisions for the army in Scotland. 888 17 4 233 194
" 8 " Jas. Wainwright For 146 quarters and 4 bushels of rye, delivered at Belfast for the forces in Ulster. 380 18 0 242 194 8
" " " Commissary W. Dobbins. For shipping clothes and other provisions for Ireland. 50 0 0 241 195
April 8 Treasurers-at-war Wm. Bassett for Wm. Toakley. Freight of the Diamond of Ipswich with provisions to Leith for Scotland. 144 3 4 234 195 9
" " " John Morse Freight of the William and James of Ipswich with hay to Leith for Scotland. 90 0 0 242 196 10
" 10 " Robt. Sewell, assignee of Thos. King. For 2,040 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland. 600 0 0 254 196 11
" " " Wm. Bassett For 1,100 loads of hay for the army in Scotland, on account. 1,067 1 0 254 197
" " Treasurers at Goldsmiths' Hall. Sir Hen. Tichborne On account of 1,168l. 16s. 8d. due to him 300 0 0 254
" 12 Treasurers-at-war Saml. Duncon For 1,857 cwt. (or 1,157 cwt.) 16 lbs. of biscuits for the army in Scotland, in part. 264 8 8 261 197
" " " " and FitzSampell. For 1,000 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland. 300 0 0 198 12
" " " Jno. Wallington for Wm. Stamford. Freight of the George and William of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith. 61 0 0 260 198 13
" " " Rich. Horner Freight of the Dolphin of Ipswich with hay to Scotland for the army. 155 9 8 260 199 14
" 15 " Robert Purser For stores, &c. delivered at Deptford for fitting double shallops built there for Scotland. 161 14 7 270 199 15
" " " John Everett For 150 pannels, girts, croopers, and wantays for the army in Scotland. 87 10 0 270 200 16
" " " John Munnings " " " 87 10 0 270 200 17
" " " Rich. Blissett, senr. and junr. For 300 pannels, girts, croopers, and wantays for the army in Scotland. 175 0 0 270 201 18
" " " Rich. Thorowgood For 5,000 shirts for the forces in Ulster 750 0 0 268 201 19
" " " Theodore Reinolds, Fras. Marriott and Jenkin Ellis. For 4,000 pair of shoes for the forces in Ulster. 500 0 0 269 202 20
" " " Rich. Thorowgood For 1,400 bags for packing biscuits for the army in Scotland. 70 0 0 269 202 21
" " " Jas. Matthews For 50 harthes for the double shallops built for Scotland. 22 10 0 268 203 22
" " " Hen. Lader For ironwork for fitting the double shallops built at Deptford. 89 6 3 269 203 23
" " " Hen. Hall " " " 283 7 11 268 204 24
April 15 Treasurers-at-war Danl. Rosier, Jeremiah Kempson, and Wm. Blissett. For 1,000 pairs of shoes for the forces in Ulster. 129 3 4 269 204 25
" " " Rich. Tyler For canvas for sails for the double shallops for Scotland. 370 13 1 205 26
" 16 " Hester Leverland For stores, &c. supplied for the double shallops building at Deptford. 87 17 4 270 205 27
" " " Col. Edm. Harvey and the other Commissioners of Customs. On a bill of exchange from Lieut.-Col. Salmon to Nich. Jenkin, to provide corn for the army in Scotland. 750 0 0 275 206
" " " Geo. Shaw for Thos. Bassett. Imprest for fitting out his ship, the Adventure of Ipswich, for service. 70 0 0 275 206 28
" " " John Wright For masts for the double shallops, built at Newcastle, for Scotland. 22 15 0 275 207 29
" 17 John Jackson Dr. John Wyberd On account of his entertainment as physician to the forces in Ulster. 50 0 0 207
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Edm. Chillenden For raising and conducting 100 recruits for Commissary-Gen. Whalley's horse regiment in Scotland. 350 0 0 282 208
" " " Capt. Wm. Packer For raising and conducting 100 recruits for the General's regiment of horse in Scotland. 350 0 0 281 208 30
" " " Andrew Wise for Timothy Backer. Freight of the Peter of Henlopen with hay to Leith for Scotland. 120 0 0 281 209 31
" " " Major Lewis Audley For disbursements carrying 300 men from Gravesend to Leith for the army in Scotland. 129 7 2 281 209 32
" 18 " Capt. Rich. Castell For raising and conducting 100 recruits for Col. Okey's regiment in Scotland. 350 0 0 304 210 33
" " John Jackson Edw. Nicholas On account of his entertainment as apothecary to the forces in Ulster. 10 0 0 210
" 21 " John Knight for Thos. Eastwood. For building flat boats at Newcastle for the army in Scotland. 50 0 0 306 211 34
" " " Col. Edm. Harvey and the Customs' Comrs. On bill of Lieut.-Col. Salmon for Nich. Jenkins for corn provided at Hull for the army in Scotland. 250 0 0 305 211
Apr. 21 G. Frost Col. Berkstead From Council money 1,000 0 0 295
" " Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden For 100 tons of Cheshire and 100 of Suffolk cheese, delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,600 0 0 296 212
" " " Rich. Thorowgood For 1,600 bags to pack biscuits for the army in Scotland. 80 0 0 298 212 35
" " " " For canvas for making tents for the army in Scotland. 240 5 297 213
" " " Col. Hercules Huncks On account of his entertainment for service in Ireland. 60 0 0 304 213 36
" " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. Towards shipping provisions for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 304 214 37
" " " Capt. Stephen White For raising and conducting 100 recruits for Lieut.-Gen. Fleetwood's regiment of horse into Scotland. 350 0 0 214 38
" " " Capt. Adam Baines " Major-Gen. Lambert's regiment 350 0 0 215 39
" " " Lieut. Jos. Samberton " Col. Phil. Twisleton's regiment 350 0 0 215
" " " Capt. Thos. French " Col. Riche's regiment of horse and 100 more for Col. Tomlinson's regiment of horse into Scotland. 700 0 0 216 40
" " John Jackson John Hodges For 8 tons 5 cwt. of leaden shot, delivered into the stores. 142 17 6 297 216
" " Treasurers-at-war Theodore Reynolds, &c., cordwainers. For 500 pairs of boots for the army in Scotland. 362 10 0 217 41
" " " Hump. Gaywood, Wm. Stoarer, and Nath. Walters, saddlers. For 1,000 saddles and furniture for the army in Ireland. 825 0 0 297 217 42
" " " Hugh Powell For defraying charges for flat boats for Scotland, by order of Adm. Deane. 200 0 0 305
" 22 " Col. Danl. Abbot For colours for ten regiments of foot in Ireland. 240 0 0 313 218 43
" " " Rich. Thorowgood For 2,000 bags to pack biscuit for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 313 218 44
" " " Robert Gale for Thos. Nicholson. Freight of the Tiger of Yarmouth, with hay to Leith for Scotland. 76 5 0 304 219 45
Apr. 22 Treasurers-at-war Col. Danl. Abbot For a month's pay for himself and Lieutenant White while raising recruits for Ireland. 49 0 0 306 219 46
" " " " For raising, marching, and paying quarters of 150 recruits for his regiment of dragoons in Ireland. 150 0 0 313 220 47
" " " Capt. [Thos.] French For sending 800 horse for the army in Scotland. 700 0 0 314
" " " Thos. Vincent and Lucas Lucie, merchants. For 1,263 quarters and 6 bushels of wheat delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,985 15 0 321 220 48
" " John Jackson Edw. Tench For 1,000 pike heads and 1,000 pike feet for the forces in the north of Ireland. 50 12 0 321 221
" 24 Edw. Keeling for Geo. Martin For freight of the William and Thomas of Colchester, with 680 trusses of hay to Leith. 56 0 0 328 18 0 325 326 221 222 48
Thos. Andrews " Antelope of London with 855. 90 18 0
Thos. Hurlock " Vapour of Colchester, with 500 trusses of hay to Leith. 41 10 0
Andrew Porter " Swallow of London, with 890 trusses. 90 0 0
Robert Beale " Willing Mind, with 660 trusses. 50 10 0
" 25 Sir Jno. Wollaston and the other Treasurers-at-war. Commissioners of the militia for counties named. For impressing, levying, and conducting to the sea side 10,000 men for Ireland, to be shipped from forts named; with notes relating thereto. 5,164 3 4 222 50
" 26 " " Cuthbert Atkinson For carrying boards to Newcastle in the Unity for flat boats for the army in Scotland. 3 3 0 329 227 51
" " Treasurers-at-war Hester Leverlands, widow. For 2,000 pair of clench nails and rooves for the shallops at Newcastle, in advance. 32 10 0 330 224 52
" " " Wm. Hawkins For oars for the shallops building at Newcastle. 31 19 330 225 53
April 6 Treasurers-at-war Ann Roaper, widow For oars for the shallops building at Newcastle. 35 6 9 330 225 54
" " " Edw. Arlibeare For masts for " " 19 10 0 331 225 55
" " " Thos. Thompson For oars for " " 41 0 5 331 228 56
" " " John Birchett For 9 tons 8 cwt. 1 qr. of cable and cordage for the new shallops. 263 11 0 332 228 57
" " " Rich. Ward For 499 tarpaulines of old cloth and one of new for the army in Scotland. 264 19 0 332 227
" " " Isabel Broad For her husband's services in the Lord General's barge. 4 0 0 333 226 58
" " " Florinda Mitchell " " " 3 0 0 333 226 59
" 28 " Major Robt. Cobbett For 1,000 cloaks for the army in Scotland 2,212 10 0 338 230 60
" " John Jackson Thomas Laxton For medicine, &c. for the forces in Ulster 66 6 1 338 230 61
" " Treasurers-at-war Wm. Moore for Sam. Wiseman. For freight of the Rebecca of London, with hay to Leith for the army in Scotland. 78 0 0 339 231
" " " Margaret, wife of Rob. Davis. " " Servant of London " 94 3 6 339 229
" " " Rich. Bromwell " " Mary Bonadventure " 109 8 0 339 229 62
May 2 " Col. Edm. Harvey and other Customs' officers. On bill of Lieut.-Col. Salmon, for Nich. Jenkins to buy corn for the army in Scotland, and defraying charges. 500 0 0 231
" " John Jackson Wm. Osborne For a ton of iron for the forces in Ulster 15 10 0 232
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Keeling for John Keeble For freight of the Elizabeth of Ipswich with hay to Leith. 88 10 0 232 63
" " " Wm. Bennett For spars for ships carrying hay to Leith for the army in Scotland. 7 10 0 233 64
" " " Thos. Hopkinson For three cases of medicaments for the forces in Ulster. 50 12 10 233
" " " Wm. Wood For six suits of masts for flat boats built at Newcastle. 19 10 0 234 65
" " " Hen. Roach " " " 19 10 0 234 66
" " " Capt. Rich. Nicoletts For himself and officers carrying horses to Ireland for Col. Hen. Cromwell's regiment. 48 0 0 235 67
" " John Jackson Rich. Thorogood For five bales of cloth for tents for the forces in Ulster. 139 10 0 235
" " Treasurers-at-war Sam. Cooper for Major Alex. Blake. Freight of 50 soldiers from Lynn to Scotland. 13 15 0 236
May 2 Treasurers-at-war Wm. Bassett For 73 loads and six trusses of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 311 10 6 236
" " " Edw. Keeling for Walter Keeble. Freight of the Vapour of Ipswich with hay to Leith 95 0 0 237 68
" " " Wm. Madison for Edw. Green. On a bill by Thos. Eastwood for building flat boats at Newcastle. 60 0 0 237 69
" " " John Aylwin To buy wheat and oats in Sussex for the army in Scotland. 1,000 0 0 238 70
" " " David Davidson For 17 tons 11 cwt. of cordage for the new shallops for Scotland. 491 8 0 238 71
" " " Thos. Birkett For 40 copper kettles and bands for new shallops for Scotland. 44 6 6 239 72
" " " Nich. Roberts For 200 pickaxes, steeled, 100 axes, 100 hatchets, and 100 shovels for Ulster. 45 2 3 239
" " " Col. Solomon Richards For sending 90 horses to Milford Haven, and thence to Ireland, for Col. Hen. Cromwell's regiment. What may be necessary. 240
" " " John Tayler For oars for double shallops built for Scotland 39 15 2 240 73
" " John Jackson Geo. Waterman For tent needles, lines, and other necessaries 14 7 6 241
" " " Rich. Wilkes For 100 kettles, 100 iron bales, and 1 flat to pack them 36 5 9 241
" " Treasurers-at-war Alex. Normington and Stephen Herne. For 500 swords and scabbards 150 0 0 242 74
" " " Rich. Tredwell, Stephen Archbold, and Sam. Law. " " 137 10 0 242 75
" 3 Collectors of prize goods. John Payne, Marshal of the Marshalsea. In satisfaction of all demands for 15 Portuguese prisoners, discharged without fees. 10 0 0 243
" " " Geo. Chappell of the Peter and Jane. For good services performed at Lisbon, and money expended in bringing to England 147 seamen imprisoned there. 423 0 0 243
" " John Jackson Denis Gauden For freight of arms sent to Newcastle 10 0 0 244
" 5 Treasurers-at-war Sarah, wife of John Buckenham. For freight of the Charity of London, with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 110 18 5 244 76
" " John Jackson Wm. Bottom and Rich. Mathews. For their pains in viewing stockings and measuring broadcloth for the armies in Ireland and Scotland. 8 10 0 245
" " Treasurers-at-war Isabella Bernard On account of the entertainment of her husband, John Bernard, captain of a troop of horse in Scotland. 50 0 0 245
May 5 John Jackson Rich. Newbery, Thomas Roath, and Thos. Bostock. For 2,000 collars of bandoleers 141 13 4 246
" " " John and Rich. Mathews. For viewing beds, blankets, rugs, &c, for the armies in Ireland and Scotland. 3 10 0 246
" 6 Treasurers-at-war Edw. Keeling for Rich. Nordon. For freight of the George of Colchester, with hay to Leith for the army in Scotland. 32 10 0 247 77
" " " William Barker For freight of the Sarah Bonadventure of Ipswich, with hay to Leith for the army in Scotland. 74 13 6 247 78
" " " Denis Gauden On account for 100 tons of Cheshire cheese for the army in Scotland. 1,200 0 0 248
" " " William Sikes For payment of a bill of exchange drawn by Nich. Jenkins for corn at Hull for the army in Scotland. 400 0 0
" 7 " James Powell, Bristol Upon account for paying 4,000 impressed soldiers for Ireland, and providing victuals and shipping 3,000 0 0 249 79
" " " John Tucker, Barnstaple " 1,500 " " 1,125 0 0 249 80
" " " Mr. Bond, Minehead " 800 " " 600 0 0 250 81
" " " Chas. Walley, Liverpool " 1,600 " " 1,200 0 0 250 82
" " " " Chester " 800 " " 600 0 0 251 83
" " " Hugh Courtney, Beaumaris. " 400 " " 300 0 0 251 84
" " " James Watmough, Milford Haven. " 900 " " 675 0 0 252
" 8 " Capt. Sam. Jarvis One month's pay on account for himself and one lieutenant of Col. Phaires' regiment, appointed to conduct recruits for Ireland. 16 10 0 252 85
" " Treasurers for the sale of fee farm rents. Mr. Frost, secretary to the Council of State. To be issued for such services as he shall receive directions from the Council of State. 10,000 0 0 253 86
" " Treasurers-at-war Denis Liddall For compasses and roving glasses for the flat boats for the army in Scotland. 17 1 8 253 87
" " " Thomas Davis For a large tent and materials for 1,000 more for the service of Scotland. 246 12 6 254 88
" " " Col. Jno. Berkstead For conducting 400 men out of his regiment to Scotland. 60 0 0 254 89
" " " Robert Wakelyn For cordage for double shallops built for the army in Scotland. 80 18 6 255 90
May 8 Treasurers-at-War John Wallington For several stores for furnishing the flat boats built for the army in Scotland. 39 17 2 255 91
" " " Lieut. Milner For one month's pay for himself and two serjeants of Col. le Hunt's regiment, conducting recruits for Ireland. 9 16 0 256 92
" " " Capt. Wm. Shaw For one month's pay for himself, Lieut. Jackson, and one serjeant of the Lord Deputy's regiment, conducting recruits for Ireland. 18 18 0 256 93
" 9 John Jackson John Silk, Roger Carlisle, Oliver Williams, and Wm. Burton, gunsmiths. For 600 matchlock muskets for the use of the forces in Ulster. 315 0 0 257
" " " Geo. Day, Jno. Watson, Edw. Burrowes, Walter Benge, Thomas and Jno. Skinner, Roger Carlisle, Jno. Silk, and Wm. Burton, gunsmiths. For 1,000 snaphance muskets for the forces in Ulster. 650 0 0 257
" " Treasurers-at-war Col. Wm. Beale and Capt. Thos. Alderne. For 2,000 quarters of wheat delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 2,450 0 0 258
" 12 " William Carey For William Starke and others, for freight of the William of Yarmouth, with 83 tons 17 cwt. of provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 53 15 9 258 94
" " " John Cutler For bill of exchange drawn by Jas. Clerke for buying biscuit at Boston for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 259
" " " Matthew Lock For Wm. Good, minister, towards his charges to Scotland. 50 0 0 259 95
" " " Thos. King, of Harwich For 2,095 cwt. 2 qrs. 16 lbs. of biscuit, including freight, &c., to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 41 8 2 260 96
" " " Cornet Anderson For bill of exchange drawn by Nich. Jenkins for corn for the army in Scotland. 150 0 0 260
" 13 John Jackson Capt. John Cook For his expenses in returning to the service in Ireland 10 0 0 261
" " Treasurers-at-war James Powell For buying sacking and other provisions for the stores and artillery train in Ireland. 80 0 0 261 97
" " " Robert Swallow For freight of the Jerrard and Sarah of London with hay to Leith. 96 0 0 262 98
May 13 Treasurers-at-war John Hutchinson For victuals and wages of the men serving in the flat boats built for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 262
" " " John Freeman and Thomas Stevenson. For 1,500 quarters of wheat delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,987 10 0 263
" " " Dr. Joseph Waterhouse For his entertainment as physician to the army in Ireland. 40 0 0 263 99
" 15 " William Reynolds For Roger Allison for freight of the Truelove of Yarmouth, with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 65 6 5 264 100
" " " Thomas Vincent and Lucas Lucie. For 1,000 quarters of wheat delivered at Leith 1,325 0 0 264 101
" 16 " Deputy at Newcastle For payment of freight of provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland as follows:— £ s. d. 650 13 0 265 102
To Jno. Green, of the John of Whitby. 41 10 0
" Thos. Lemon of the Friendship of Lynn. 67 0 0
" Wm. Cadman, of the William of Rye 17 10 0
" Christ. Headley, of the Adventure of Scarborough. 17 0 0
" Thos. Skinner, of the Hopewell of Lynn. 41 0 0
" Matthias Nicholson, of the Susanna of Lynn. 20 3 0
" Adam Bletchett, of the Employment of Lynn. 39 5 0
" Hugh Barrow, of the Samuel of Lynn 16 5 0
" Rich. Spooner, of the Truelove of Lynn. 31 0 0
" Fras. Dobson, of the Patience of York 45 0 0
" David Law, of the Roger of Lynn 54 0 0
" Thos. Ellis, of the Elizabeth and Mary of Lynn. 54 0 0
" John Law, of the Charity of London 63 0 0
" Joseph Ellis, of the Thomas and John of Lynn. 81 0 0
" John Banister, of the Lemon of Lynn 63 0 0
May 16 John Jackson Samuel Cooper For bill of exchange drawn by Edm. Thompson for freight of the Diligence of Yarmouth. 40 0 0 266
" " Treasurers-at-war Rich. Cadwell For paying for provisions shipped from Lynn for the army in Scotland. 2,000 0 0 266
" " " Thomas Eastwood For building 25 flat boats at Newcastle for the army in Scotland; balance, 2,510l. being paid. 38 0 0 267 103
" " " " For fitting and. carrying away the above for the army in Scotland. 10 0 0 267 104
" 20 Thos. Andrews, Lord Mayor, and the treasurers for weekly assessments for Ireland. Christ. Fisher Balance for 150 dozen shirts for the army in Ireland 85 0 0 268
" " Treasurers-at-war Jas. and Mathew Baker For bill of exchange drawn by Jas. Clerke of Boston for 1,000 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland. 150 0 0 268 105
" " John Jackson Wm. Watson and Geo. Fisher. For 100 musketoons delivered for Lieut.-Gen. Ludlow's troop in Ireland. 70 0 0 269
" " Treasurers-at-war Fras. Jaggard and Anthony Philip. For freight of the William of London with provisions to Berwick for the army in Scotland. 161 12 4 269 106
" " " Capt. Rich. Fearnes For his services in receiving, weighing, and shipping hay for Scotland. 35 14 11 270
" " " Robert Hudson, Jno. Young, Wm. Hough, and Wm. Clement. For 600 beds with their appurtenances for the forces in Scotland. 960 0 0 270 107
" " " Denis Gauden For 4,800 cwt of biscuits for the army in Scotland 3,840 0 0 271
" " John Jackson John King, Andrew Vauley, Jas. Lort, — Grimes, and — Stoary. For viewing provisions for the armies in Ireland and Scotland. 17 15 0 271
May 20 Treasurers-at-war Margaret, wife of Robt. Davis. For freight of the Servant of London with hay to Leith. 94 3 6 108
" " " Excise Commissioners On bill of Jas. Clerke, for biscuits for the army in Scotland. 57 17 5 109
" 22 " John Searle For bill of exchange drawn by Nich. Jenkins for corn shipped for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 272
" " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. For 5 months' entertainment in receiving and shipping stores, &c. for Scotland, at 20s. a day for self and two clerks. 160 0 0 272 110
May 22 Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison, Lieutenant of the Ordnance. John Mannings, Rich. Ward, Rich. Blissett, jun., and Jno. Everett. For 50 pannels with wantyes, girts, croopers, breast girts, and 50 pair of crookes. 33 6 8 273
" " Treasurers-at-war Nath. Walter, Wm. Stoarer, and Hump. Gaywood. For 200 pack saddles, 200 wantyes, 200 sursingles, 200 croopers, and 200 breastplates, for the army in Scotland. 150 0 0 273 111
" " John Jackson Wm. Penny and Fras. Eastly. For viewing and comparing shirts provided for the armies in Ireland and Scotland. 9 0 0 274
" " Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. John Freeman and Thos. Stevenson. For 40 tons of match delivered into the stores 800 0 0 274
" " " " Daniel Judd For 300 barrels of gunpowder 1,380 0 0 275
" " " " Anth. Webster, Wm. Edwards, Thos. Bayman and Silvester Keene. For 4,000 long pikes for the service of the State 733 6 8 275
" " Treasurers at Goldsmiths' Hall. Major-Gen. Harrison For supply of the stores 20,000 0 0 276
" " " Haberdashers' Hall " " " " 10,000 0 0 276
" " Treasurers-at-war James Wainwright For corn delivered by Alderman Hutchinson of Dublin, for the forces in Ulster. 147 18 3 277 112
" 22 " Denis Gauden For 46 tons 13 cwt. 1 qr. and 24 lbs. of Suffolk cheese and 200 firkins of Suffolk butter delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,423 10 0 277
" " Major-Gen. Harrison Josias Dewey For 183 barrels of gunpowder delivered into the stores 841 16 0 278
" 24 John Jackson Marie Keable for Wm. Keable. For freight of the Marie of London with provisions to Waterford. 19 17 0 278
" " " Rich. Downes For 5,000 cassocks and 5,000 pairs of breeches for the forces in Ulster. 2,000 0 0 279
" " Treasurers-at-war " " " 2,000 0 0 279 113
" 26 " Benjamin Stones For bill of exchange of Robert Moore of Hull, merchant, for provisions for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 280 114
" " John Jackson Lieut. Math. Bagg For half a month's pay and 3s. a head for 23 men conducted from Dover to the waterside for Ireland. 6 5 0 280
" " Treasurers-at-war Thos. Andrews, of Fish Street Hill. For bill of exchange drawn by Nich. Jenkins for providing corn for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 281
" " " Daniel Hutchinson, of Dublin. For bill of exchange drawn by Col. Venables for provisions for the forces in Ulster. 136 10 0 281 115
May 27 Treasurers-at-war Edw. Wood For cables and coils for the double shallops built for the army in Scotland. 117 0 0 282 116
" " " Wm. Smith Balance of account for canvas for making tents for the army in Scotland. 353 2 6 283 117
" " " Joshua Woolnough For 13,050 ells of canvas for making tents for the army in Scotland. 415 12 6 282 118
" " " Commissary Jno. Phipps For payment to the following persons, viz.:—
William Crawley for horse-meat, grass, and halters 44 6 4 111 2 3 285 119
Quarter-Master Eliazer Branch for horsemeat, grass, and halters 52 1 1
Capt. Matthews, Captain of Pioneers, for fetching horses out of cos. Beds and Hereford and keeping them 7 19 1
Mr. Harris, farrier, for bleeding, marking, and shoeing horses 4 17 9
" for going to mark horses at Romford 0 11 0
Mr. Lovejoy, the Lord General's waggoner, for fetching horses out of Surrey 1 1 0
" 28 John Jackson Quarter-Master Blanter Gratuity for himself and one corporal, for conducting the reduced horse of Col. Sanders' regiment to Ireland. 5 10 0 283
" " Treasurers at Whitehall Daniel Hutt For 1,200 quarters of oats for the army in Scotland 600 0 0 284
" " Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 1,000 quarters of oats delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 500 0 0 284
" 29 " Capt. Hen. Langham For bill of exchange of Rich. Cadwell for provisions shipped for Scotland. 220 0 0 286
" " " Denis Gauden For 355¼ loads of hay delivered at Leith and 22 loads shipped here for Scotland. 1,331 12 6 286
" " " Clement Waters For freight of the Hercules of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith. 50 2 1 287 120
" " Thomas Wallop John Roberts and Ben. Ridley. For their expenses in coming to London to fetch wagons for Scotland, and gathering up train horses out of several counties. 6 0 0 287
" " Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 230 loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,035 0 0 288 121
May 29 Treasurers-at-war Edward Thorold For bill of exchange drawn by Jas. Clerke for biscuit provided at Boston for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 288
" " " Thomas Walpoole For the charges of the waggoners and waggon horses for Scotland. 300 0 0 289 122
" " " Barnaby Meere For bill of exchange drawn by Major-Gen. Desborow for the ships and boats to be employed about Scilly. 500 0 0 289 123
" " Major-Gen. Harrison David Davidson For 50 tons of match delivered into the stores 950 0 0 290
" " " Daniel Judd For 20 tons of match 400 0 0 290
" 30 Treasurers-at-war Commissary Wm. Dobbins. For shipping hay for the army in Scotland 40 12 9 291 124
" " " Commissioners of Excise For bill of exchange drawn by Jas. Clerke for biscuit and other provisions for the army in Scotland. 57 17 5 291
" " " Pharoh Humphreys For bill of exchange drawn by Nich. Jenkins for paying for corn for the army in Scotland. 60 0 0 292
" " Treasurers-at-war To send to Ireland for the pay of the forces 40,000 0 0 292
June 2 Treasurers-at-war John Tomlinson On bill of James Clerke on account for provisions at Boston, for the army in Scotland. 160 0 0 1 1
" " " Fitz Sample On account for 2,142 cwt. 3 qrs. and 12 lbs. of biscuits delivered at Leith, for the army in Scotland. 400 0 0 1 2
" 3 " Adam Smithson For freight of the Francis of London, to Leith, with provisions for the army in Scotland. 14 12 6 2 3
" " " Richard Thorowgood For 2,200 bags to pack biscuit for the said army 110 0 0 2 4
" " " Mark Hurlack For freight of the Francis of Harwich, to Leith, with provisions for the said army. 125 10 2 3 5
" " " William Homble On bill of Jas. Clerke on account for providing biscuit and other provisions for the said army. 150 0 0 3 6
" " " John Dey " " " 120 0 0 4 7
" " Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. Thos. Smith, Edw. Tench, Jno. Smart, and Wm. Greening. For 100 drums delivered into the stores 100 0 0 4
" " " Denis Gauden For 154 loads 3 qrs. and 4 trusses of hay delivered at Leith, for the army in Scotland. 696 16 6 5
" " " Commissary Wm. Dobbins. For carriage of 4,000 muskets, 4,000 collars of bandoleers, and 500 barrels of powder to Ireland. 140 0 0 5
" " Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. Thomas Madlock For 30 tons of leaden shot delivered into the stores 380 0 0 6
June 3 Treasurers-at-war Elizabeth Murden For 1,000 collars of bandoleers, delivered into the stores 66 13 4 6
" 5 " Denis Gauden For 4,800 cwt. of biscuit for the army in Scotland 3,840 0 0 7
" " " William Bassett For 232 loads 3 qrs. and 9 trusses of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,048 7 9 7 8
" " " William Pease, Dan. Holdenby, Thos. Webb, Joshua Shepheard, Nath. Walter, Hen. Ward, Wm. Hussey and Wm. Chevall, saddlers. For 1,000 saddles delivered into the stores 850 0 0 8 9
" 6 John Jackson Thos. Laxton and Thos. Hopkinson. For medicaments for the forces in Ireland 154 14 11 8
" " Treasurers-at-war James and Math. Baker On bill of James Clerke for provisions for the army in Scotland. 80 0 0 9 10
" " " James Campsie For so much lent for the use of the forces in Ulster 500 0 0 9 11
" " Major-Gen. Thos. Harrison. Daniel Judd For 391 barrels of gunpowder delivered into the stores 1,798 12 0 10
" " " " Richard Arnold For 20 tons of English match delivered into the stores 395 0 0 10
" " John Jackson Hump. Peat, for the use of Thomas, Ellen, and Hester, children of William Andrews, deceased. Average for loss of his bark and goods in the service of the State, and for relief of the distressed children. 80 0 0 11
" 7 Treasurers-at-war Lieut.-Col. Ralph Cobbett. Freight of 600 recruits for Col. Berkstead's regiment in Scotland. 170 0 0 11 12
" 8 " Stephen Thompson For 1,000 quarters of oats delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 12 13
" " John Jackson Edm. Thompson For freight of the Diligence of Yarmouth with provisions to the army at Waterford. 144 14 0 12
" " Treasurers-at-war Thomas Ridley For freight of the Susan and Mary of Boston, with provisions to Leith, for the army in Scotland. 39 0 0 13 14
" " " Edw. Keeling for Abra. White. For freight of the Prosperous of London, with provisions to Leith. 69 1 3 13 15
" 9 " John Rogers, preacher For his passage to Ireland 50 0 0 16
" 10 " William Bassett For freight of the Anne of London, with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 111 10 6 14 17
June 10 Treasurers-at-war Henry Saire On bill of Jas. Clerke on account for buying provisions for the army in Scotland. 240 13 0 14 18
" 11 " Edward Keeling for John Dobson (or Dobur). For freight of the William of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 69 12 1 15 19
" " " George Hussey For disbursement as the Council of State shall direct 20 0 0 15 20
" 14 " Edward Keeling For victuals and wages for men employed on board the flat boats for Scotland. 500 0 0 16 21
" 16 Comrs. of Excise John Jackson, treasurer All monies received upon the Excise and at Goldsmiths' Hall for the use of the commonwealth. 16
" " Col. Vincent Potter Nathaniel Waterhouse, steward to the Lord General. For money disbursed re-furnishing the Lord General with the things taken in the John of London, captured by those in Tantallion Castle, Scotland. 85 0 0 17
" " Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 120 loads 1 qr. and 6 trusses of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 541 16 0 18 22
" " " Nath. Walters, Hump. Gaywood, and Wm. Storer, saddlers. For 100 packsaddles with their furniture for the army in Scotland. 75 0 0 19 23
" " Major-Gen. Harrison Thomas Bateman For six close waggons and six tarpaulins delivered into the stores. 86 8 0 19
" " " Josias Dewey For 360 barrels of gunpowder delivered into the stores 1,656 0 0 20
" 17 Treasurers-at-war Major Lewis Audley For disbursements in transporting 200 recruits out of Col. Gibbons' regiment for Scotland. 89 3 0 20
" " " Denis Gauden For 114½ loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 515 5 0 21
" " " Jas. Wainewright For so much taken up of Capt. Whitworth by the Commissioners in Ulster. 200 0 0 21 24
" 18 " Edward Morgan Freight of the Comfort of Ipswich, with masts, sails, &c. for the flat boats in Scotland. 65 0 0 22 25
" 19 " Capt. John Clerke for Col. Bingham. For distribution as the Council of State shall direct 200 0 0 22 26
" " " Capt. Phil. Morris For a fortnight's pay for himself and officers, and 3l. 10s. or 3l. a man for 131 horse recruits for Scotland. 495 16 8 23 27
or 430 6 8
" " " John Aylwin For corn provided in Sussex for the army in Scotland 200 0 0 23
" " " Denis Gauden On account for 100 tons of Cheshire and 100 tons of Suffolk cheese delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland 1,600 0 0 & 24
1,200 0 0
June 20 John Jackson John Samine On account for 250 barrels of gunpowder delivered into the stores. 547 18 0 24
" " Major-Gen. Harrison John Berrisford On account for 300 " " 1,380 0 0 25
" " " George Day, Robt. Stedman, William Ridgway, and Ralph Venn, gunsmiths. For 800 old matchlock muskets and 200 old snaphance muskets newly proved, locked, stocked, and delivered into the stores. 425 0 0 25
" " " John Rayner For 1,000 collars of bandoleers delivered into the stores 66 13 4 26
" " " Josias Dewey For 206 barrels of gunpowder " " 947 12 0 26
" " Treasurers-at-war " For 251 " " " " 1,154 12 0 27
" " John Jackson Robert Cheeke For 14 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 23 lbs. of granado shells delivered into the stores. 363 1 27
" " " " For 19 tons 9 cwt. 5 lbs. " " 486 6 2 28
" 23 Treasurers-at-war John Fish Freight of the Helen of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 25 4 11 29 28
" " " Rich. James On bill of Timothy Lumm on account for provisions for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 29 29
" " " Deputy at Newcastle For payment of freight of provisions for the army in Scotland in vessels of Lynn, as follows:— 892 15 0 30, 31 30
To William Gabbs, of the Answer, 28 loads of hay. 72 0 0
" William Bradley, of the Margery, 107 quarters and 5 bushels of wheat. 33 13 0
" Francis Collins, of the Truelove, 19 loads of hay. 44 0 0
" Rich. Nesling, of the Thomas and Alice, 120 quarters of beans and 254 quarters 2 bushels of oats. 29 12 0
" Stephen Imping, of the Globe, 25 loads of hay. 63 0 0
" John Chamberlain, of the Christopher, 26 loads of hay. 58 0 0
June 23 Treasurers-at-war Deputy at Newcastle For payment of freight of provisions for the army in Scotland in vessels of Lynn, as follows:— 892 15 0 30, 31 30
To John Feake, of the Bridget and Mary, 210 quarters of wheat and 108 quarters 4 bushels of oats. 29 0 0
" Thos. Huggins, of the Edw. and Thomas, 27 loads of hay. 65 0 0
" Seth Hawlew, of the Consent, 25 loads of hay and 120 bags of biscuit. 69 10 0
" Ralph Matree, of the Elizabeth and Katherine, 28 loads of hay. 78 0 0
" Edw. Clerke, of the Francis, 24 loads of hay. 54 0 0
" Rich. Edwards, of the Love's Increase, 340 quarters of oats and 115 quarters of beans. 35 10 0
" Robert Sparrow, of the Isaac, 241 quarters 4 bushels of oats. 17 5 0
" William Reevely, of the Matbew, 199 quarters 6 bushels of beans, and 492 bags of biscuit. 42 5 0
" John Skinner, of the Willing Mind, 285 quarters 6 bushels of oats. 20 10 0
" David Law, of the Roger, 23 loads of hay. 54 0 0
" Godfrey Browne, of the Willing Mind, 299 quarters of wheat and 508 bags of biscuit. 53 10 0
" Henry Punt, of the Golden Sun, of Middleburgh, 36 loads of hay. 80 0 0
" 24 " Robert Yaxley Freight of the Marie of Aldborough with 90 tons 15 cwt. of provisions to Leith for the army. 46 17 9 31 31
" " " John Woolverston and Edw. Bellamy. Freight of the Samuel of London with provisions for the army in Scotland. 52 2 4 32 32
June 25 Comrs. Goldsmiths' Hall Sir Robert Meredith To enable him to return to Ireland 200 0 0 32
" " " " Sir Paul Davis " " 100 0 0 33
" " " " Sir Gerard Lowther " " 100 0 0 33
" 26 " " Lady Ranelagh In full of the pension allowed to her by order of Parliament of 4l. per week. 240 0 0 34
" " Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 149 loads 3 qrs. and 6 trusses of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 674 11 0 34
" 28 Major-Gen. Harrison Robert Russell For two tons of tallow delivered into the stores 112 16 8 35
" " " " George Rowell For colours for Col. Geo. Fenwick's regiment 19 0 0 35
" " " " Rich. Blissett, senr. and jun. For 350 pairs of horse harness delivered into the stores 215 0 0 36
" " " " John Munnings For provisions delivered into the stores for the artillery train. 161 15 0 36
" " " " John Everett For 175 pairs of horse harness delivered into the stores. 107 10 0 37
" " " " Rich. Ward For provisions delivered into the stores for the artillery train. 132 5 2 37
July 1 " " Alex. Normington and Stephen Hearne. For 2,000 swords delivered into the stores 300 0 0 38
" " " " John Pitt For carpenters' tools " 44 16 8 38
" " " " Thos. Hodskins For ironwork for the artillery train 199 17 10 39
" " Treasurers-at-war George Hardman, assignee of Edw. Holbrooke. For sending guns from Liverpool to Carlisle, on an undertaking of Col. Thos. Birch. 50 0 0 39 33
" " Major-Gen. Harrison Anthony Hancock For repairing carriage wheels for the service of the State. 3 14 0 40
" " " Thomas Bateman For wheels and wheelwrights' tools delivered into the stores. 150 3 0 40
" " Treasurers-at-war Henry Saire On bill of Jas. Clerke for provisions at Boston for the army in Scotland. 80 0 0 41
" " " Capt. Hen. Langham On bill of Capt. Jacob Reynolds on account of the flat boats built for Scotland. 60 0 0 41 34
" " " Thomas Puntis For freight of the Sarah of Hastings with 193 qrs. of oats to Leith. 35 0 0 42
" " " William Bassett For 900 qrs. of oats delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 385 0 0 42
July 1 Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden On account of 2,500 qrs. of wheat delivered at Waterford for the army in Ireland. 3,375 0 0 43 35
" " " " On account for 2,500 qrs. of wheat delivered at Waterford for the forces there. 1,687 10 0 43 36
" " " Willliam Bassett For 112½ loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 506 5 0 44 37
" 2 " Thomas Bassett For the hire for three months of the Adventure of Sandwich, carrying victuals to the boats built for Scotland. 140 0 0 44 38
" " " John Hardwin For lanterns, melting pans, &c. delivered at Deptford for the double shallops built for Scotland. 9 18 6 45 39
" " " Denis Gauden Balance of 10,901l. 10s. 8½d. for 330 tons 6 cwt. 3 qrs. 27 lbs. of Cheshire cheese delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 5,951 10 45
" 3 " John Partridge For freight of the Trial of Newcastle to Leith with provisions for the army in Scotland. 80 7 6 46 40
" " " John Banister For freight of the Abraham of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith for the army. 34 12 9 47 41
" " John Jackson Mathew Lock For salary as clerk to the Irish and Scotch Committee from 24 Dec. to 23 June last. 39 0 0 47
" " " James Chetwind " " nine months 30 0 0 48
" " Treasurers-at-war Geo. Kitching For 1,083 qrs. and 4 bushels of oats delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 758 9 0 48 42
" 5 " Edward Keeling for Bastian Pening. For freight of the Arms of Sluce, with 91 tons 16 cwt. of provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 47 8 8 49 43
" " " Edw. Keeling for Thos. Haslewood. For freight of the Prosperous Sarah of London, with provisions to Leith. 133 6 1 49 44
" 7 Major-Gen. Harrison Ambrose Sanderforth For 1,000 pair of holsters and one bare hide delivered into the stores. 162 13 4 50
" " " Daniel Judd For 16 tons of musket shot delivered into the stores 214 8 0 50
" " " Thos. Bostock and Hen. Thrall. For 4,000 sword belts delivered into the stores 116 13 4 51
" " Treasurers-at-war Robert Harrison or Karrison. For freight of the Anne of Southwold, with 37 tons 9 cwt. of provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 19 6 11 51 45
July 7 Treasurers-at-war Capt. Limbry, Nath. Andrews, Denis Gauden, and Thos. Alderne, of London, merchants. Balance, with 1,225l. paid for 1,008 qrs. of wheat delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 1,244 12 0 52
" " >" William More, assignee of Rich. Horner. Freight of the Dolphin of Ipswich from Leith to the Tower with brass ordnance. 11 5 0 52 46
" " Major-Gen. Harrison Richard [or Edw.] Carter. For 1,000 collars of bandoleers delivered into the stores 66 13 4 53
" " " James Wainewright On account for 405 qrs. of defective rye made use of by the soldiers in Ulster. 202 10 0 53 47
" 8 " Stephen Reinolds On account for 400 cwt. of biscuit delivered at Portsmouth for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 54 48
>" " " James Austin On account for 1,000 cwt. of biscuit " " 150 0 0 54
" " " John Newland and Robt. Mathews. On account for 600 cwt. of biscuit " " 165 0 0 54 49
" 9 " Nath. Walter, Wm. Stoarer, and Hump. Gaywood. For 200 pack saddles for the army in Scotland 150 0 0 55 50
" " " Denis Gauden For 4,800 cwt. of biscuit. " " 3,840 0 0 55
" " " " For 65½ loads of hay delivered at Leith " 294 15 0 56
" " " Daniel Hutt In full, with 600l. paid for 1,597 qrs. 5 bushels of oats for the army in Scotland. 488 7 4 56
" " " Henry Finn For freight of the Rose of Ipswich, with provisions to Leith for the said army. 78 10 10 57 51
" 10 " Major Henry Hazard For 3,000 bushels of wheat shipped from Bristol for the army in Ireland. 975 0 0 57 52
" " Major-Gen. Harrison To send to Ireland from receipts of the monthly assess ments, &c. 68,794 10 10 58
" " Major-Gen. Harrison James Powell For 1,200 bushels of wheat shipped from Bristol for the army in Ireland. 430 0 0 58 53
" " " John Samine For 100 barrels of gunpowder delivered into the stores 460 0 0 59
" " " Daniel Judd For 309 barrels of gunpowder " " 1,421 8 0 59
" " " Jno. Freeman and Thos. Steventon. For 40 tons of match " " 770 0 0 60
July 10 Major-Gen. Harrison Jno. Freeman and Thos. Steventon. For 100 barrels of gunpowder 440 0 0 60
" " Treasurers-at-war Edw. Kidden, Fras. Todd, John Hawkins, Rich. Gladman, and John Jarvis. For 5,000 cwt. of biscuit 4,000 0 0 61 54
" " Major-Gen. Harrison Thomas Bostock For 1,667 collars of bandoleers delivered into the stores. 111 2 8 61
" 11 Treasurers-at-war Col. John Berkstead For the conductors of 400 recruits out of his regiment into Scotland. 40 0 0 62 55
" " John Jackson Rich. Newbury, Thos. Roach, &c. For 2,000 collars of bandoleers for the forces in Ireland 133 6 8 62
" " Treasurers-at-war Rich. James for Timothy Lumm. On account for provisions bought at Hull for the army in Scotland. 200 0 0 63 56
" " John Jackson James Goffe For 4,000 snapsacks for the forces in Ireland 184 18 8 63
" " " Geo. Day, Edw. Burrowes, Roger Carlisle, Hen. Harris, Wm. Fell, Wm. Thompson, and Wm. Burton. For 1,000 snaphance and 1,000 matchlock muskets for the army in Ireland. 1,110 0 0 64
" " " Richard Wilkes For 300 brass kettles and 1,500 iron wire bails for the army in Ireland. 112 4 10 64
" " " Edward Tench For 1,000 pike-heads and 1,000 pike feet " " 50 12 6 65
" 14 Collectors of prize goods Thomas Rutter For good service in rescuing a vessel taken by pirates on her voyage to Ireland. 13 6 8 65
" " " Peter Radman For good service as assistant in the above 13 6 8 66
" " " John Waterman " " " 13 6 8
" " " John Taylor " " " 10 0 0
" " " Jas. Radman " " " 10 0 0
" " Treasurers-at-war Lieut. Col. Joseph Hunkins, governor of Scilly. Towards building mills, buying shallops, and other charges of the garrison of Scilly. 200 0 0 66 57
" " " Commissioners of the Militia of Somerset. For impressing and conducting 800 recruits to the waterside for Ireland. 51 1 4 67 58
" 15 " Capt. Hen. Hatsell For his pains, travel, and service in the reducing of Scilly. 100 0 0 67 59
July 15 John Jackson Commissioners of Excise On bill of Jas. Powell at Bristol, for 214 snaphance muskets, 300 matchlock muskets, 602 collars of bandoleers, and cases for packing. 358 12 8 68
" " Treasurers-at-war Capt. Hen. Langham On bill of Jas. Clerke for provisions purchased at Boston for the army in Scotland. 100 0 0 68
" " " William Bassett For 117 loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 526 10 0 69 60
" " " Johanna, wife of Richard Morgan. On account of her husband's growing entertainment as quartermaster in Lieut.-Col. Ludlow's troop of horse in Ireland. 20 0 0 105
" 17 John Jackson Rich. Stedman For 390 muskets delivered into the stores 216 0 0 69
" " " George Fisher For 390 " " 216 0 0 70
" " " John Watson For 390 " " 216 0 0 70
" " " Godfrey Petty For 100 " " 53 15 0 71
" " " William Mansfield For 100 " " 53 15 0 71
" " " Rich. Giles For 100 " " 53 15 0 72
" " " William Thompson For 100 " " 53 15 0 72
" " " Thomas Barnes For 100 " " 53 15 0 73
" " " Rich. Ward For ladles and other provisions,, 5 5 10 73
" " " William Watson For 440 muskets,, 242 5 0 74
" " " William Ridgway For 245 " " 134 5 0 74
" " " Robert Murden For 100 " " 154 3 4 75
" " " Thomas Hartwell For 70 " " 38 0 0 75
" " " Edward Holt For 70 " " 38 0 0 76
" " " William Bates For 70 " " 38 0 0 76
" " " John Ekret For 70 " " 38 0 0 77
" " " William Turner For 70 " " 38 0 0 77
" " " Henry Chersley For 70 " " 38 0 0 78
" " " Thomas Austen For 70 " " 38 0 0 78
" " " Henry Thrall For 900 collars of bandoleers " 63 15 0 79
" " " Thomas Roche " " 63 15 0 79
" " " Nathaniel Humfreys " " 63 15 0 80
" " " John Gace " " 63 15 0 80
" " " Thomas Bostock " " 63 15 0 81
" " " Rich. Newberry " " 63 15 0 81
" " " Edw. Pilchard For 50 muskets " 27 10 0 82
" " " Oliver Woodland For 50 " " 27 10 0 82
July 17 John Jackson Thomas Davies For 50 muskets delivered into the stores 27 10 0 83
" " " Robert Murden For 60 " " 32 15 0 83
" " " Wm. Gardner, senior For 60 " " 32 15 0 84
" " " Wm. Gardner, jun. For 60 " " 32 15 0 84
" " " Richard Woodcock For 35 " " 19 0 0 85
" " " Henry Cox For 35 " " 19 0 0 85
" " " William Giles For 35 " " 19 0 0 86
" " " Francis Reinoldson For 340 " " 189 15 0 86
" " " William Dawston For 340 " " 189 15 0 87
" " " Nich. Martial, Hen. Crouch, Edm. Bunion. and Anth. Newman. For 1,500 armours " 1,275 0 0 87
" " " " For 1,500 " " 1,275 0 0 88
" " " Ralph Venn For 85 muskets " 46 10 0 88
" " " William Burton For 290 " " 163 10 0 89
" " " Alice Sambrooke For 180 " " 98 5 0 89
" " " Widow Smith For 130 " " 72 0 0 90
" " " Thomas Cragg For 120 " " 65 10 0 90
" " " Eliz. Murden For 600 collars of bandoleers " 42 10 0 91
" " " John Silk, senior and jun., Wm. Fell, Jno. Norcott, Wm. Gardner, junior, and Geo. Fisher. For 110 pair of pistols " 93 10 0 91
" " " Anth. Hancock For stopping and colouring carriages and ginns 46 13 8 92
" " " William Watson For flints delivered into the stores 14 15 0 92
" " " William Graves, Christ. Fell, Edw. Burrowes, Fras. Reinoldson, Walter Benge, Jno. Mabbot, Edw. Pilchard, and Thos. Hartwell. For 150 cases of pistols " 127 10 0 93
" " " Thomas Hall For provisions for the artillery train 3 2 9 93
" " " John Everett For 149 pair of horse harness delivered into stores 95 12 0 94
" " " Anth. Webster For 1,000 pikes " 200 0 0 94
" " " Robert Murden For 200 pairs of pistols " 203 6 8 95
July 17 John Jackson Roger Carlisle, Thomas and Jno. Skiuner, Thos. Barnes, Godfrey Petty, John Hodgkins, Wm. Mansfield, Thomas Middleton, Thomas Cragg, Robt. Murden, Wm. Gardner, sen., Oliver Williams, Miles Knight, Oliver Woodland, and Jonadab Holloway. For 235 pairs of pistols delivered into the stores 199 15 0 95
" " " John and Wm. Watson, Geo. Day, Wm. Dawsten, Hen. Harris, Ellen Smith, Rich. Giles, Rich. Woodcock, and Sarah Spiller. For 175 " " 148 15 0 96
" " " William Burton, Robt. Stedman, Ralph Venn, Geo. Fisher, Wm. Ridgway, Wm. Thomson, Wm. Bates, and Geo. Smyth. For 175 " " 148 15 0 96
" " " Thomas Bateman For wagons and tumbrils delivered into the stores 354 0 0 97
" " " Thomas Hodskins For pickaxes, horse shoes, &c. for the artillery train. 577 11 1 97
" " " Sarah Thacker For 400 pikes delivered into the stores 76 13 4 98
" " " Edward Burrows For 1,400 Dutch muskets " 735 0 0 98
" " " Miles Knight For 40 muskets " 22 5 0 99
" " " Oliver Williams For 150 " " 81 5 0 99
" " " Jonadab Holleway For 45 " " 24 5 0 100
" " " Richard Blisset, sen. and jun. For 298 pairs of horse harness " 191 4 0 100
" " " John Munnings For 153 pairs of horse harness " 98 4 0 101
July 17 John Jackson Benjamin Stone On bill of Robt. More, balance of 211l. 12s. for 196 quarters of wheat sent to the army at Leith, 200l. being paid to Col. Math. Alured, and 200l. to More. 11 12 0 101 61
" " " Alex. Norman For cooper's tools delivered into the stores 2 17 1 102
" " " Wm. Turner, Hen. Chersley, Alice Shambrooke, David Plaise, Thos. Davis, Hen. Cox, Jno. Edes, and Wm. Giles. For 125 cases of pistols " 106 5 0 102
" " " Thos. Gill and Ambrose Saunderforth. For eight bare hides " 72 0 0 103
" " " Richard Ward For ladles and other provisions for the artillery train 63 5 10 103
" " " William Watson For gunmakers' tools " 10 15 0 104
" " " Thomas Hutton For 30 tons of musket shot delivered into the stores 495 0 0 104
" " " John Ekrett, Edw. Holt, and Thomas Austin. For 30 cases of pistols " " 25 10 0 105
" 18 Major-Gen. Thomas Harrison. Henry Thrall For 1,667 collars of bandoleers " " 111 2 8 106
" " " Nath. Humphreys " " " " 111 2 8 106
" " " Thomas Roach " " " " 111 2 8 107
" " " John Gace " " " " 111 2 8 107
" " " Daniel Judd For 15 tons of match " " 290 0 0 108
" 19 Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 128½ loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 578 5 0 108
" 22 " Richard Ward For 500 tarpaulins " " 310 0 0 109 62
" " " Rich. Blisset, senior and junior, and John Everett. For 100 harness halters and saddles " " 60 0 0 109 63
" " " Capt. Jas. Jennings For the passage of his wife and family to Ireland, having been taken prisoner at sea, carried to Scilly, and robbed of 200l. 40 0 0 64
" 23 " Fitz Sample For 1,000 cwt. of biscuit and the freight, &c. to the army in Scotland. 1,083 17 6 110 65
" 24 Major-Gen. Harrison Richard Ward For 1,000 collars of bandoleers for the service of the State. 66 13 4 110
July 24 Major-Gen. Harrison Capt. Wm. Billers For expenses in sending several pieces of ordnance, &c., from Farringdon and Dover to the Tower. 12 6 6 110
" " John Jackson Robert Appleby and Hen. Cox. On account for 100 quarters of oatmeal 60 0 0 111
" 25 Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 118½ loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 533 5 0 112
" " " Samuel Cooper for Major Blake. For freight of two officers and 95 soldiers from Yarmouth to Scotland. 26 13 6 112 66
" 26 " Daniel Hutt For 1,080 quarters of oats for the army in Scotland 756 0 0 113
" 28 " Capt. John Clerke For freight of the Lynn Merchant to Scilly 362 10 0 113 67
" " Edw. Keeling Wm. Burton or Thos. Bendish. For labour and expenses given in fitting out flat boats at Yarmouth for Scotland. 114 0 0 114
" " Treasurers-at-war Samuel Truelove For freight of the Adventure of London to Scilly 553 5 5 115 68
" " " Fras. Harriot, Theodore Reinolds, and Jenkin Ellis, shoemakers. For 1,000 pair of boots for the army in Scotland 716 13 4 115 69
" 29 Major-Gen. Harrison Anthony Webster For 400 halberts delivered into the stores 70 0 0 116
" " Treasurers at-war Thomas Bendish Balance for 3,000 cwt. of biscuit shipped at Yarmouth for Scotland, 2,600l. being paid. 44 10 8 116
" " " Capt. Jas. Clerke Balance for provisions bought at Boston and shipped to Scotland for the forces there. 1,602 8 8 117
" " Major-Gen. Harrison David Davison For 20 tons of match delivered into the stores 395 0 0 117
" 30 Treasurers-at-war Major Hen. Hazard Balance for 2,800 bushels of wheat and the freight thereof from Bristol to Ireland, 975l. being paid. 52 2 4 118 70
" " " Randolph Winter For freight of the Seaventure of Walderswick with biscuit from Ipswich to Leith. 21 19 2 118 71
" " " Major John Villiers On account to discharge his debts and cure wounds received in Ireland. 100 0 0 119 72
" 31 " Gilbert Mabbot for Capt. Robert Yarburg. For freight, &c. of one serjeant and 30 soldiers of Col. Wauton's regiment from Boston to Leith. 8 0 0 119 73
" " " John Ord On bill of Col. Venables, for provisions for the army in Ulster. 600 0 0 120 74
" " " Capt. Hen. Langham On bill of Richard Cadwell, for purchasing provisions for the army in Scotland. 138 0 0 120 75
Aug. 5 " Major Lewis Audley For sending 200 men out of Col. Gibbon's regiment to Scotland. 127 0 0 76
Aug. 5 Treasurers-at-war Benjamin Stones Freight of 196 quarters of wheat shipped from Hull for Leith for the army in Scotland. 20 4 0 77
" " " Edw. Keeling for Edm. York. Freight of 200 men out of Col. Berkstead's regiment to Scotland. 60 0 0 78
" " " Edw. Keeling for Wm. Stamford. " " " " 60 0 0 79
" " " Nath. Walters For 1,000 pair of crookes for the army in Scotland 50 0 0 80
" 6 " Hen. Aldrich Freight of biscuit from Lynn to Leith for the army in Scotland. 56 10 9 81
" 7 " William Bassett For 110½ loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 497 5 0 82
" 8 " Rich. Thorowgood For 3,000 ells of Dumframe canvas for making tents for the army in Scotland. 181 5 0 83
" " " Rich. Whitehall For 2,068 ells " " 124 19 5 84
" " " William Allington For 3,056¾ ells " " 184 13 6 85
" " " Joshua Woolnough For. 3,002 ells " " 181 7 1 86
" 12 " Major Hen. Hazard For 100 cwt. of biscuit for the forces in Ireland, on account. 1,200 0 0 87
" " " Lieut.-Col. Edw. Bellamy for John Lockwood, John Howlett, Robt. Fulwood, and Rich. Hickes. Freight of the Venture, John and Elizabeth, Unicorn, and Mary, carrying 1,000 men to Scotland. 36 0 0 88
" " " Lieut.-Col. Ralph Cobbett or Major Robt. Cobbett. For disbursements in making preparations for carrying 1,000 men of Col. Berkstead's regiment to Scotland. 24 3 0 89
" " " Deputy at Newcastle for William Reeveley, Seth Hawley, Jno. Feake, Rich. Edwards, and Godfrey Browne. Freight of the Matthew, Consent, Bridget and Mary, Love's Increase, and Willing Mind, of Lynn, for carrying provisions to Leith. 208 0 0 90
" " " Theodore Reynolds, Jenkin Ellis, and Fras. Marriott. For 500 pair of boots for the army in Scotland 358 6 8 91
Aug. 14 Treasurers-at-war Chas.Walley For provisions made at Chester and Liverpool for the army in Scotland. 1,500 0 0 92
" 16 " John Gibbs tor Jonath. Gibbs. For demurrage of the Thomas of London on her voyage to Scotland. 4 0 0 93
" " " Stephen Thompson For 1,000 quarters of oats for the army in Scotland, in part. 450 0 0 94
" " " Edw Peach for Sarah, widow of Rich. Horner, shipmaster. For freight of 33 tons 15 cwt. of brass ordnance from Leith to London. 8 17 3 95
" " " Edw. Peach, administrator of Rich. Horner. Freight of the Dolphin of Ipswich carrying provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 125 13 4 96
" 19 " Alex. Turner for Robt. Mathew, and Jno. Newland, Isle of Wight. For 600 cwt. of biscuits " " 98 0 0 97
" " " Capt. Wm. Consett and Capt. Nathan. Manton. For trophies and other things for the city volunteers 564 9 6 98
" " " Col. Cobbett or Lieut.-Col. Rich Sanky. For the pay of recruits in his regiment, till the next muster. 50 0 0 99
" " " Denis Gauden For provisions supplied in reducing Scilly 188 3 3 100
" 21 " John Lee In part of 588l. 4s. 3d. due for hire of his ship, the William and Mary of London, engaged 6 months and 15 days in reducing Scilly. 277 18 0 101
" " " " " " " 25 19 6 102
" " " " " " " 284 6 9 103
" " " Lieut.-Gen. Fleetwood For incident charges in this expedition, vacating the former order for 300l. 500 0 0 50 104
" " " John Wallington for Thos. Goose and Major Blake. For freight of ships carrying recruits from Col. Wauton's regiment to Scotland. 44 13 6 105
" 23 " Capts. Thos. Milward and Jno. Browne. For the paying off and discharging dragoons, and for their charge and trouble in raising them. 90 0 0 106
" 25 " Fras. Bedharu For the pay and charges of wayoners of 3 wagons carrying pioneers' tools to the army. 30 0 0 107
Aug. 25 Treasurers-at-war Wm. Yeamans For freight of the Anne and Mary of Bristol with provisions to Ireland. 300 0 0 108
" 26 " Rich. Smith For freight of the Blessing of London with provisions to Londonderry. 233 18 3 109
" 28 " John Snow and Math. Hassall. For 1,000 trench tents for the army in Scotland 155 0 0 110
" " " Edw. Keeling for several shipmasters. For freight of the Speedwell, Providence, Patience, and Diligence of Yarmouth, the Ann and Francis, Wolf, Angel, and Mayflower of London, and the Charles of Dover. 538 3 3 111
" " " Major Robt. Cobbett For 1,000 cloaks for the army in Scotland 2,212 10 0 112
" 29 " Commissary John Phipps. For the pay of the marching artillery train 500 0 0 113
" " " Col. John Berkstead For the pay of his recruits till the next muster 60 0 0 114
" " " Ordnance Officers For the carriage of ammunition from the Tower to Wallingford. 80 0 0 115
" 30 Collectors of Prize Goods. Gab. Martin For bringing Col. Popham's body from Dover to Exeter House, Strand, on account. 100 0 0 94
Sept. 1 Treasurers-at-war William Bassett For 172 loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 774 0 0 1
" " " James Wainwright for Capt. Jno. Whitworth. For oatmeal for the forces in Ireland 600 0 0 2
" " " Simon Cressey For freight of 48 soldiers from Lynn to Scotland 12 0 0 3
" " " Stephen Thomson For 106 loads of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 479 5 0 4
" " " Edw. Keeling for Jarvis Mitchell. For freight of the Angel of London with provisions to Leitb for the army in Scotland. 31 0 0 5
" " " Samuel Biggs for John Tippetts. For disbursements in shipping 2,000 cwt. of biscuits from Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight for Scotland. 9 13 2 6
" " " John Fish For freight and demurrage of the Ellen of Yarmouth with provisions to Leith. 33 3 2 7
" 2 " William Hunt for Step. Reinolds. Balance for 400 cwt. of biscuits for the army in Scotland 75 0 0 8
" " " Edw. Keeling for Edw. Barnes. For freight of the Elizabeth of London with provisions to Leith. 20 12 3 9
Sept. 5 Treasurers-at-war James Harman For freight of the Prosperous of London with provisions for Leith. 21 5 2 10
" " " Sherley Wills, of the Seaport of Aldborough. For damages sustained in preparing to carry recruits to Scotland out of Col. Gibbon's regiment. 14 10 0 11
" " " Edm. Waring for Jas. Collins. For freight of the Phœnix of Southampton with 395 cwt. of biscuit to Leith for the army in Scotland. 35 11 0 12
" 9 " Edm. Clarke For 15 days' extra hire of the Fortune of Yarmouth carrying provisions to Scotland. 33 15 0 I. 22. — 13
" " " Thos. Hardingham For freight of the Thomas of Yarmouth carrying provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 73 17 0 14
" " " William Pollard For 5 days' demurrage for the Elizabeth of Yarmouth while at Leith. 10 0 0 15
" 10 " John Jackson, treasurer of the excise. For so much advanced to buy wagon horses for the artillery train. 1,100 0 0 16
" 11 " Edw. Kidden, Fras. Todd, Jno. Hawkins, Rich. Gladman, and John Jarvis. For biscuits shipped and to be shipped for the army in Scotland. 2,500 0 0 17
" " " Thomas Wall For freight of the Mary Rose of Aldborough with provisions to Leith. 82 17 1 18
" 17 " Andrew Martin For freight of the George of Aylesford, with provisions to Leith. 26 4 5 19
" 22 " John Warre On bill of exchange from Col. Heane 500 0 0 68
" 25 " Edw. Keeling For the wages of the masters and mariners in the double shallops in Scotland. 1,200 0 0 20
" " " Thomas Vincent and Lucas Lucie. For 603 quarters 1 bushel of wheat delivered, and in part for 1,000 quarters to be delivered at Leith for the army there. 2,198 5 21
" 27 " Gaulter Frost For the exigencies of the Council of State 5,000 0 0 22
" 29 " Capt. Fras. Allen For conducting Scotch prisoners from Worcester to London. 100 0 0 23
" " " William Sutton and Jno. Jennings. For money disbursed in provisions for Scotch prisoners 516 10 7 24
" 30 " John Jackson For so much advanced to Mr. Frost for the exigencies of the Council of State. 3,000 0 0 25
Oct. 1 Treasurers-at-war Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Flowers. For freight of the Seaflower of London with 440 cwt. of biscuit to Leith for the army in Scotland. 44 0 0 26
" " " John Lockwood For freight of the Adventure of Ipswich with provisions to Leith for the army in Scotland. 118 5 10 27
" 2 " John Allen For 10 colours for Col. Ralph Cobbett's regiment 25 9 0 28
" " " Thomas Berwick For the freight of the Batchelor's Adventure of Walderswick with biscuit to Leith. 30 0 0 29
" 3 " Capt. John Whitworth For 53 tons 19 cwt. of oatmeal delivered at Carrickfergus for the forces in Ulster. 463 4 0 30
" 4 " John Jackson, for Jas. Powell. For 138 snaphance and 293 matchlock muskets and 400 collars of bandoleers for Ireland. 243 2 1 31
" 6 " William Allington For 4,000 shirts for the army in Ireland 600 0 0 32
" " " Henry Lawrence For freight of the Elizabeth of London with provisions to Waterford for the army in Ireland. 215 17 2 33
" " " Major Hen. Hazard For expenses and loss in carrying biscuits to and from Bristol and Worcester. 63 0 0 34
" " " Col. Robert Gibbon For charges in sending 400 of his regiment as recruits by sea to Scotland. 145 15 0 35
>" " " Capt. Eoger Allsopp, Marshall General. For disbursements for the prisoners under his charge 88 8 8 36
" 9 " Edw. Keeling for Geo. Blower, Wm. James, and John Banister. For freight of the Diamond of Aldborough, and the Charity and Abraham of Yarmouth. 160 2 11 37
" " " Thomas Wood for Ensign Robt. Douglass. For conducting recruits from Windsor Castle to Scotland. 5 12 0 38
" " " Col. Jno. Berkstead or Lieut.-Col. Biscoe For conducting 400 recruits to Aberdeen 43 8 0 39
" " " John Wallington and Jno. Gace. For 3,500 shovels and spades and 500 steel spades delivered into the stores. 306 5 0 40
" " " Rich. Cadwell For provisions contracted for about Lynn for the army in Scotland, balance. 207 18 11¾ 41
" 11 " Trustees for sale of delinquents' estates. For carrying on the survey of delinquents' estates 1000 0 0 42
" 13 " Major Arth. Evelyn For disbursements made for Scotch prisoners 23 0 0 43
" 15 " Capt. Jno. Whitworth For meal for the forces in Ulster, on account 900 0 0 44
Oct. 17 Treasurers-at-war Denis Gauden For 57 quarters 7 bushels and 6½ gallons of wheat for the forces in Ireland. 156 10 8 45
" 18 " Alex. Normington and Steph. Herne. For 500 swords and scabbards for the service in Ireland 150 0 0 46
" 21 " Capt. Roger Allsop, Marshall General. For so much disbursed for provisions for the Scotch prisoners in his charge. 155 15 5 47
" 22 " William Smith For 4,000 shirts for the forces in Ireland 600 0 0 48
" " " George Manley For the use of the High Court of Justice, to be advanced on interest. 1,000 0 0 49
" 23 " Major Robt. Cobbett For 3,000 cassocks and 3,000 pair of breeches for the forces in Ireland. 1,106 5 0 50
" " " John Watson, William Dawston, Geo. Day, Edw. Burrowes, Roger Carlisle and Walter Benge. For 1,000 pairs of pistols for the service of Scotland 775 0 0 51
" 23 " Richard Downes For 9,000 cassocks and 9,000 pair of breeches for the forces in Ireland. 6,637 10 0 52
" 27 " Capt. Jervoise and Capt. Kinion. For 6 weeks' pay while conducting their companies from Col. Gibbon's regiment to Scotland, and for raising new companies in England. 102 18 0 53
" " " Capt. William Apletree. To purchase timber for repairs at Scilly and for the charges of the garrison there. 250 0 0 54
" 28 " Humphrey Beane for Thos. Collingwood. For 8 days' demurrage for the Hercules of Yarmouth while in Scotland. 12 0 0 55
" " " Stephen Thompson For 51 loads 6½ trusses of hay delivered at Leith for the army in Scotland. 230 4 56
" 30 " Richard Sherwood For 4,000 pair of stockings for the army in Ireland. 250 0 0 57
" " " Thos. Gracedew, John Harvey, and Thomas Hague. For 12,000 pair of stockings " " 750 0 0 58

Footnotes

  • 1. The original warrants in Vols. XIX., &c. are generally receipted, and sometimes enclose powers of attorney, &c. for receipt of the money.—Ed.