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Warrants of the Protector and Council

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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1654. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1880.

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Warrants of the Protector and Council

Date. To Subject. References.
1654. I. 75. I. 112.
March 1 Pass For Martin Neale to and from Ireland 146
" 6 Wm. Thomas, late keeper of the wardrobe, Windsor. To deliver to Clement Kinnersley for his Highness' use the hangings in his charge 146
152
186
14
" " Trustees, &c. for sale of Crown goods. " "the rich hangings and other goods 14
" " Serjeant Edw. Birkhead. " " all hangings and wardrobe goods in the Parliament house. 14
" " Wm. Legg " " all hangings and wardrobe goods in his charge. 15
" " Gualter Frost To issue on directions of Pickering, Strickland, and Jones, the 1,000l. to be assigned to him by the Commissioners for Inspections. 153, 186
" 7 Lieutenant of the Tower. To liberate John Archer, prisoner in the Tower, on security to return on 10 June if required, and to be forthcoming on notice. 156 15
" 13 Comrs. for Prize Goods. To deliver to Mr. Kirby his Highness' servant, 5 tuns of French wines, part of a larger quantity to be delivered custom free for his Highness' use. 164
" 15 Thos. Fauconberg, receiver-general. To pay to the sums due as augmentations to the following ministers, viz.: Allen Ackworth of Rochester, — Taylor and his son, and Mr. Player, all of Canterbury. 167, 187
" " Pass For Don Francisco Romaro Villaquizan, envoy from Leopold William, archduke of Austria, to Flanders, with one gentleman, his retinue and baggage. 174 16
" " License For him to transport 6 English horses for his own use, custom free 174 16
" 17 Pass For Rowland Bellasis and his servant to France 174 16
" " License For him to transport 2 horses for France, custom free 174 16
" 22 Pass For the Hopewell, French built, but belonging to merchants of London, to Fara, St. Lucar, and other parts of Spain and Portugal, renewing a pass of the late Council of State of 27 Dec. 1652. 168 17
" 23 Col. Berkstead To send Lieut.-Col. John Lilburne, his prisoner, in safe custody to Portsmouth, to be put on a vessel, and transported to Jersey. 17
" 28 " For the Hope of Rouen to sail thence to London, laden with French wines 183 18
" " Comrs. of Customs and Excise. To permit the delivery at London, free from duty, of 40 tuns of French wine, for the Protector's use, out of the Hope of Rouen, on petition of Fras. Fouguant, Lord du Mesnil, near Rouen. 181, 189 19
" " Thos. Fauconberg To pay the augmentation due to Dr. John Arrowsmith, late master of St. John's, Cambridge, any order of restraint notwithstanding. 189
March 28 Thos. Fauconberg Like order for Sydrach Simpson, master of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge 193 167, 187
" " Pass For the St. Katherine of Horn, laden with 40 tuns of French wine for his Highness, from France to London. 32
" " Comrs. of Customs To allow the said wines to be unladen, duty free 31
" " License For Col. Heane, Cornet Brockhurst, and Capt. Norris to transport 15 horses from Jersey to France. 191
205
" " " For 60 chests, boxes, &c., 4 beds, 30 chairs, 6 stools, 4 hhds. of sack, 2 butts of sugar and spice, 6 barrels of soap, 6 of butter, 1 of rice, and 2 of potatoes, and 20 cheeses, to be transported to Scotland for Gen. Monk. 205 19
" " Protection from impress. For 77 harpooners and steersmen, and others, useful for killing whales, at request of the Muscovy Company, Mr. Horth and company, Mr. Whitwell and company, and the new adventurers of Hull, all adventurers to Greenland. 206 19
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend — Metham and bring him before Council 20
" 31 Serjeant-at-arms To apprehend and bring before Council Wm. Fletcher, author of a libellous pamphlet, mentioned in the examination of Geo. Horton, this day read. 198
April 3 Comrs. of Customs and Excise. To allow 1,600 yds. of red cloth for Gen. Monk's regiment to pass free to Scotland 206
210
21
" 4 Pass For Henrick van Poser, a nobleman's son of the reformed religion in Silesia, to visit the universities and other places of note in this nation. 211 21
" 6 Serjeant Dendy To discharge John Spittlehouse, on a report by Mr. Scobell, clerk of Council 223
" " " " Geo. Horton and Wm. Huby 223
" 7 " To search the house of John Rogers, minister, for books and papers, and deliver them to Sec. Thurloe. [Vol. 69, No. 30a.]
" 14 License For Capt. Chas. Howard to export 6 horses 241
248
21
" " Protection from impress. For 14 harpooners entertained by Rich. Batson and company for the voyage to Greenland 247 22
" " Col. Barkstead To discharge Thos. Bunce, prisoner in the Tower 248 23
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend Jos. Rigby and bring him before Council to answer for contempt 243, 248 23
" 17 License For Signor Amerigo Salvetti, agent for the Great Duke of Tuscany, to export 6 horses, customs free, for the Duke's brother. 228 22
" 21 Capt. Kelsey of the Pearl. To receive Lady Morgan, wife of Walter Strickland, with her servants, baggage, &c., at the Brill in Holland, and transport them to London. 255 23
" " Pass For Chris. Pickering to Holland, and thence to accompany Lady Morgan to England 255 24
I. 74.
" 27 License For Col. Rob. Hammond to transport 2 horses to France 69
75
24
April 27 Serj. Dendy To release David Baree, a prisoner in his custody 75
" 30 " To apprehend John Willoughby of Grindon, co. Northampton, and bring him before Council 85, 86 24
I. 75.
May 2 Capt. Manley To pay to Gualter Frost, for Council's contingencies, the money due on his contract for the postage of letters. [I. 105, p. 39.] 264
" 8 Pass For Sir Theodore Mayerne's lady, with servants, trunks, and goods, without search, to Holland and back. 276 25
" " " For 4 gentlemen of the Dutch ambassadors to France 276
286
299
" " License " " to transport 4 horses 276
286
290
" " " For Signor Laurenzo Paluzzi, resident from Venice, to export 6 horses, on Sec. Thurloe's signifying his Highness's pleasure. 278
" 9 Pass For Lady Eliz. Willoughby, with 2 maids and 2 men servants beyond seas, for the Spa 285 25
" " " For Sir Walter Vane, with 2 servants, to return to his charge in Holland 281 290
" " " For John Butler of Watton, co. Herts, to go to France 281 290
" " License " " to export with him one gelding 281 290
" 10 Comrs. of Customs To pay to Dr. Wm. Clerk, Dr. John Godolphin, and Chas. George Cock, the 3 judges of the Admiralty, quarterly, the salary of 400l. from their appointment by Parliament, 30 July 1653, with arrears. [I. 105, p. 46.] 290
" " Serj. Dendy To take John Willoughby into custody, and bring him before Council, with a writ of assistance. 284 290 25
" 12 Pass For Austin Belson and his servant to Germany, to the Spa 26
" 16 " For Rob. Pierrepoint and his 2 servants, Thos. Gawen, gent., and Thos. Yeomans, beyond seas. 26
" 19 Lieutenant of the Tower. To remand Thos. Bunce, liberated on bail, to be his prisoner 310 313
" " Pass For Cornelius Jacobs Hardia, a Swede, from Havre de Grace to Cadiz, and thence to Dunkirk, with his ship the City of Staden. 317 26
" " " John Bellasis and Henry his son beyond seas 27
" " " For Lord Kensington to France 313
I. 75. I. 113. I. 112.
May 19 License For Lord Kensington to transport 3 horses 313
" 21 Col. Barkstead To receive Gilbert Gerard prisoner in the Tower, to be tried for high treason and other crimes. 319
" " " To receive Hum. Bagaley, John Gerard, Thos. Tudor, John Jones, and Sidney Fotherby, for like crimes. 319
" 24 Pass For the ship Globe, laden with ammunition and provisions for the forces in Ireland, to Dublin. 321 27
" " Serj. Dendy or Col. Wm. Goffe. To apprehend Wm. Ashburnham, with his papers and writings, and bring him in custody to Whitehall. 27
" 29 License For Thos. Kirby to export 2 geldings 326 28
" " " For the Marquis of Montpouillan, brother to the Marquis of Cuynac, to export his 6 coach horses, being outlandish geldings, and 2 other geldings to France, custom free. [Last clause added 28 June.] 326, 401 28
" 31 Pass For Wm. Spencer and his wife, with 2 men and a maid, for 3 months, beyond seas for the Spa, to take place after the days limited by the order sent to the ports. 333 28
June 2 Thos. Fanconberg To pay to Dr. John Littleton, executor of Wm. Littleton, late chief justice in North Wales, all the arrears due to him at his death. [I. 105, p. 59.] 356
" " " To pay to Edw. Bulstrode, now chief justice in North Wales, all arrears due to him. [I. 105, p. 59.] 356
" " Serj. Dendy To receive into custody Wm. Hebditch, Wm. Doran, and Paul Roche, taken at sea as pirates, and deliver them to the keeper of the Marshalsea. 342 29
" " Keeper of the Marshalsea. To receive and keep them till further order. 342 7
" " Pass For Hen. Collier, merchant, to Dunkirk, where his family resides, on request of Col. Montague. 348 7 30
" " " For Thos. Talbot and his servant, Rob. Gray, to France, after the days limited by the late order to the ports. 333 8 30
" " Keeper of Bridewell. To receive Hannah Trapnell and keep her till further order 7 30
" " [Serj. Dendy] To take Sir Rich. Willis into custody, and deliver him to the Lieutenant of the Tower. 8 31
" " Col. J. Berkstead To receive Willis, committed for high treason and other crimes. 8 31
" " License For the ambassadors of the States General to transport 24 horses, custom free 341
" " " For Lord Barchel, receiver general of Holland " 4 " " 348
" 3 Provost-marshal of Middlesex. To apprehend—Pinchback and Tho. Chester, and bring them before Council. 9 31
June 6 Pass For Frances, wife of Rob. Bowes, and John and Bridget Harvy, with a child and maid, to Holland. 349 9 32
" " " For Jas. Watts to Holland 349 9 33
" " " For Hen. Gardiner beyond seas 350 9 33
" 8 " For Thos. Davall, wife, and 2 children, to Amsterdam, on the President's desire. 353 10 33
" " " At request of Maj.-Gen. Lambert, for Hen. Bellasis, Wm. Lister, Rutland Sanderson, Rich. Colbrand, and Wm. Farrington to France. 352 10 34
" 9 License For Wm. Lister to export 2 horses to France 352 10 33
" 12 Pass For Lieut.-Col. Dolman with 2 servants to Holland 349 11 34
" 13 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Pansey Brograve, deputy to auditor Dorrell, on information of words spoken, and bring him before Council. 364 11 35
" " " To apprehend Thos. Wilkes, and bring him before Council, for speaking against the Protector. 364 12 35
" " " To apprehend the Earl of Oxford and Geo. Porter, to prevent the mischiefs that may arise from a quarrel between them. 366 12 35
" " Pass For Hen. Berry, lieutenant to Capt. Kittleby, to Holland 353 366 12 36
" " Governor of Windsor Castle. To send up in very safe custody a suspicious person, calling himself John Smith, said to be apprehended there, with his examinations. 366 13 36
" 15 Pass For Wm. Aston, merchant of London, to Hamburg, on his petition and the desire of Wm. Wheeler. 377
" 16 " For Fras. Moore to export 2 horses for the use of Maj.-Gen. Lambert 377 13 37
" " " For Thomas Lord Savage, 6 servants, horses, &c. to Yorkshire and back 14 37
" 20 " For Nich. Stanley of Windsor New Forest and Geo. Stanley of Southampton to Holland. 14 37
" 22 " For Sam. Taylor to Calais, Dieppe, or any other port in France, at request of the President. 388 14 38
" " " For Joan Trevillian to Holland or Flanders on her petition, presented by Maj.Gen. Desborow. 390 15 38
" 23 License For M. Moseroles to export 4 horses from Dover to France, the President signifying his Highness' pleasure therefor, custom free. 388 394 15 38
" 26 " For Wm. Dale to export 2 horses from Dover to France, at request of Col. Jones. 388 15 38
" 28 Pass For Hen. Stapelton and servant beyond sea, moved by Maj.-Gen. Lambert 401
" 30 " For Col. Rob. Sydney to Holland, with his servant 406 16 39
June 30 License For Col. Rob. Sydney to export 4 horses for his own use 406 16 39
July 4 Col. Barkstead To deliver Don Pantaleon de Saa, prisoner in the Tower, to the sheriff of Middlesex. 415 17 39
" " Sheriff of Middlesex. To receive him into charge, in order to his trial 415 17 39
" " License For Lewis Gillart, merchant, to transport from Bye to France the 4 horses for which a warrant was granted 17 May last, for the ambassadors extraordinary of the States General. 18 40
" " Col. Barkstead To discharge Wm. Davenant, prisoner in the Tower 415 18 40
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend Alex. Ackhurst, vice-president of Trinity College, and bring him before Council to answer objections. 414
" 6 Army Com. To issue warrants to the Treasurers-at-war for payment to the forces in Scotland of 10,000l., paid to them by the Gurney House Treasurers. [I. 105, p. 74.] 417
" " Serjeant Dendy To repair to Bedford, receive from the keeper of the prison [Geo.] Abdy, committed by the Court of Sessions, and bring him before Council. 19 40
" 13 Capt. John Manley To pay to Gualter Frost, for Council's contingencies, all the arrears due on his contract for the post office. [I. 105, p. 74.] 429
" " Pass For And. Cole to Holland, on petition of John Dixon 429 20 41
" " " For Lady Mary Stafford, with 2 men and 2 maids, &c. to Holland.
" " " For John Williams, late servant to the Earl of Clanrickard, beyond seas
" " Col. Whichcot To release John Simpson, prisoner in Windsor Castle 430 21 42
" 14 Pass For Capt. Isaac Ashley and his wife, with 2 men and 2 maids, to Holland 430 21 41
" " " For Wm. Morgan to Dieppe, on recommendation of Sam. Hartlib 431 22 42
" 19 License For Edw. Pickering to transport a stoned horse from Dover to France 431 23 42
" 26 Keeper of Bridewel, London. To release Hannah Trapnell 443 24 43
" " Serjeant Dendy To apprehend John Rogers, and bring him before Council 443 24 43
" " Pass For John Owen and Rich. Rowland, students of Jesus College Cambridge, to Holland. 443 24 43
" " " For Wm. Dormer, co. Oxon, Frances his wife, a man and 2 maids, to France and back. 444 25 44
" 27 " For Emanuel de Geer, a Swiss, with 2 servants, beyond sea, to return to his country. 25 44
" 28 " For Thos. Moreton to Holland, at request of Sir Hen. Vane, sen. 455 26 44
" " License For Lord Broghill to transport 2 horses with a groom from Gravesend to Holland. 455 26 45
July 31 License For John Bulstrode, of Dorchester, to transport 300 tons of wool to Jersey 536
Aug. 1 Pass For Sir John Holland, 2 servants, and baggage to Flanders 463
" License For him to export 2 horses 463
" 2 " For Lieut.-Col. Levingston, servant to the States general of the Low Countries, to Scotland and back. 464 33 46,52
" " " For Sir Edw. Widdrington, on his petition, and for his health, with 2 servants, to any port of Flanders. 464 28 47
" " " For Lieut. Nich. Haugh and his servant to return to his charge in Holland, on desire of Col. John Cromwell. 464 29 47
" " " For Sam Molins and 2 servants to France 466 29 48
" " License " " to export 2 horses from Dover or Rye to France 466 29 48
" 3 " For Leenaert Claessen Bruynnigh, with his servant, trunk, &c., to Holland 467 30 48
" 4 Serjeant Dendy To apprehend Step. Michell, and bring him before Council 30 49
" " Col. Barkstead To discharge Wm. Davenant, prisoner in the Tower 31 49
" " License For Signor Pauluzzi, agent from Venice, to export 4 horses from Dover 31 49
" 10 Col. Barkstead To release Major Edw. Broughton, prisoner in the Tower, he having given security, with 2 others, not to act against the present Government, and having provided, as ordered, for his sisters out of his father's estate. 477 32 50
" " License For Edw. Pickering to export a horse from Dover to France 473 32 51
" 14 Pass For Wm. Tyrrell, employed by Thos. Buck, to France 486 33 51
" 15 Serjeant Dendy To take Wm. Cham into custody, and bring him before Council 33 51
" 16 " To apprehend Col. Fras Cocke and Wm. Jeay or Joy, and bring them before Council for getting 10l. from — Dean on promise to obtain him employment from his Highness. 488 34 52
" " Pass For Rich. Fallowfield and servant to the Spa, for his health, on his petition. Signed 16 May 1655. 487 35 53
" " " For Chas. Dumoisnier, Sir Theod. Mayerne's nephew, his son, and 2 servants to France. 485 35 53
" " " For Rich. Tempest to France 487 34 52
" " License For Chas. Dumoisnier to transport 4 horses from Rye to France 485 36 53
" 17 " For M. Ant. Robard to transport 3 horses from Rye to France 491 37 54
" " The keeper of— To liberate Wm. Tasborogh and John Gillett from custody 491 37 54
" " Serjeant Dendy " Chris. Dowding from custody 492 38 54
Aug. 18 Pass For the St. Lewis of Dieppe to Dieppe, she being restored to the master, Rob. Michell, on his paying for her according to appraisement. 38 55
" 21 License For Edw. Stone to export 3 horses from Harwich, on desire of Lord Hen. Cromwell. 516 39 55
" " " For Don Pimontelli, late ambassador in Sweden from the King of Spain, to export 6 horses from Dover, at request of Lord Whitelock. 520 41 55
" " " For Peter Barr to transport 2 horses from Rye to France 522 42
" 22 " For James, Duke of Richmond and Lenox, to transport 6 geldings or 2 stone horses from Rye to France. 526 39 56
" 23 " For John Taylor to transport 6 horses from Gravesend to Sweden 520 40 56
" " " For John Roberts for himself and brother, children of Lord Roberts of Truro, to transport 2 horses from Rye. 520 40 56
" 24 " For Nich. Baxter to transport 3 or 7 horses from Dover, on request of Sec. Thurloe 516
533 48 58
" " Pass For Geo. Rosse, his wife, son, daughter, maid, and baggage, to Holland 528 41 57
" 25 " For Thomas, eldest son, and Henry, another son of Sir Thos. Slingsby, and Thos. Saunderson, their servant; also Hen Bethell and servant, beyond seas. 534 43 57
" " For release of Hen. Harlow, prisoner 534
" 28 Pass For Hannibal Sehstedt, Lord of Norargergard, Knight of the Order of the King of Denmark, with train and baggage, to England, to go to the Bath. 520 42 58
" " " For Edw. Stone and servant, from Harwich to Rotterdam 536 43 58
" 30 Wm. Thomas, late keeper of the wardrobe, Windsor. To deliver all hangings and wardrobe stuff in his charge to Cl. Kinnersley, to furnish the rooms adjoining the Parliament house. 44 59
" " License For John Brand to transport a horse from Gravesend 533 47 59
" " Pass For Fras. Browne, son of Lord Montague, John Blomer, and 4 servants, beyond sea. 528 44 60
Sept. 1 Comrs. of Customs and Excise. To allow the Ambassador Extraordinary of the United Province to import 14 hhds. of French wine, free of duty. 546 45 60
" " Col. Barkstead To discharge John Archer, Thos. Ross, Jos. Sawyer, Thos. Bunce, Jos. Barker, and Chris. Watkins, prisoners in the Tower, on security to do nothing prejudicial. 553 46 60
" " " Like order for John Wiseman, Chas. Gerard, and John Finch 553 46 61
" " To release—Hill, prisoner, on bail not to act against Government 554
Sept. 2 Mayor, &c. of Exeter. To release John Rodren, detained in custody at Exeter on his coming from France 557 45 61
" 4 Serjeant Dendy To release Wm. Cham, he having given security to surrender himself 48 hours after demand, and to do nothing prejudicial. [Vol. 76, No. 22a.] 554 51 61
" 19 Pass For Thos. Shamont to France, moved by Sir Gir Gilbert Pickering 568 47
" 21 License For Lord Bourdeaux, ambassador from the French King to transport 10 coach horses and 4 saddle horses, from Dover to France, custom free. [Also Vol. 76, No. 39a.] 373 50 62
" 28 Pass For Philip, son of Sir Chas. Herbert, beyond seas, with his servants, &c. 575 50 63
" " Keeper of the Marshalsea. To release Wm. Doran, Wm. Hebditch, and Paul Roche, taken at sea for piracy, on security to depart the State in 20 days. 557 48 62
" 29 Col. Barkstead To release Gilbert or Sir Gilb. Gerard, prisoner in the Tower, on the usual security. [Vol. 76, No. 42a.] 568 575 49 63
Oct. 6 Comrs. of Customs To permit the transport of 4 horses, custom free, for the Duke of Courland 578 51 64
" " " For the Ambassador Extraordinary of the States general to export 6 horses from Gravesend to Holland, custom free. 578 52 64
" " " For the Ambassador Extraordinary of the States general to export 4 horses from Hull to Holland, custom free. 578 52 64
" " " For the Ambassador Extraordinary of the States general to export 12 horses from Gravesend to Holland, custom free. 578 53 65
" " Pass For John Shaw, son-in-law of John Ashe, and his wife and servants, beyond seas 579 54 65
" " License " " to transport 2 horses from Dover 579 53 65
" " " For John Russell to transport 2 horses from Rye 579 54 66
" 10 " To permit the deputy of the King of Denmark to transport a chest of books to the Sound, custom free. 580 54 66
" " Serjeant Dendy To apprehend — Peirson, captain of a privateer dogger boat, and bring him before Council. 579 55 66
" " Pass For Lord Peter Jongstall, one of the ambassadors from the United Provinces, to return home. 56 67
" " License To permit him to export 14 horses from Gravesend to Holland, custom free 580 57 67
" " Pass For Lord Lumley and servants beyond seas 580 57 68
" " License For Capt. Giles Horsington to export 3 horses from Dover to France 580 57 68
" 12 " For Lord Bourdeaux, ambassador from the French King, to export 12 horses, custom free, from Dover to France. 582 58 68
" 17 " For John Hinckston to transport 2 horses from Rye to France 583 60 69
" 19 Pass From Geo. Ayleife, with tutor and 2 servants, beyond seas 582 59 69
" 24 " For Lord Drumlanerick and 3 servants to France, at request of Col. Lockhart 589 61 70
Nov. 2 Pass For the Little Peter of Rochelle, belonging to And. Kirby, merchant of London, and manned with Frenchmen, with her lading, being goods not prohibited, from Rochelle to any port in England or Ireland, and back; on his petition. 591 61 70
" " License For Wm. Parker to transport 2 geldings from Gravesend 591 62 70
" 9 Pass For Hugh Cholmley and servant, beyond seas 595 63 71
" " License For him to export a nag from Rye 595 63 72
" " " For a nominee of Lord Commissioner Lisle to export from Rye to France 2 horses for Edw. Roper, now in France. 596 63 71
" 15 " For export of 3 horses to France, for Rob. Rich, grandchild to the Earl of Warwick. 599
" " Pass For Charles, Earl of Anglesea, to travel beyond seas with 2 servants, &c. 599
" " " For Lord Stafford, 2nd son to the late Earl of Arundel, and 3 servants, into the Low Countries, where he has business. 599 64 72
" " License For Quirinis Vander Macis, a Dutch gentleman, to export 2 geldings from Gravesend, on request of Thos. Billingsley. 599 67 73
" " " For Col. Wm. Goffe to export 2 geldings from Dover, besides 2 already allowed 592, 599 74
" 16 Pass For the St. John of Dieppe, from Dieppe to Cape de Verd, and other French plantations in Africa, and back, on report of the Admiralty Committee, on petition of Jas Auzot, master. [Vol. 77, No. 22a.] 600 65 73
" " Col. Barkstead To discharge Mich. Mason, prisoner in the Tower, on security in 1,000l. to render himself when required, and do nothing prejudicial. 601 65 73
" " Pass For the Earl of Middlesex and 6 servants, he having license to travel a year for his health. 598 66 74
" " License For him to export 6 horses from Rye to France 598 66 74
" " " For Fras. Warner to export 2 horses from Rye to France 600 66 74
" 25 Col. Barkstead To discharge Phil. Porter, prisoner in the Tower, on the usual security in 300l., on his petition. 607 67 75
" 28 Serjeant Dendy To apprehend the Earl of Anglesey, and bring him before Council, on information of a misdemeanour committed by him at York. 611 68 75
" " License For John Fockin, gentleman of the Count of Sterum, to pass into Germany from Dover, with 2 horses and 10 couple of hounds for the Count. 609 68 75
Dec. 6 " For Col. Barret Lacy to export 3 geldings from Weymouth 620 69 76
" 11 " For John Hildsley " 2 " " Rye 620 69 76
" 18 " For Thos. Kirby " 2 " " Dover 625 70 76
Dec. 18. License For Don Francisco Romaro Villaquizan, envoy from Leopold William, Archduke of Austria, to export the 6 mares now at Dover, into Flanders, suspending a warrant of 17 March, for 6 horses. 625 70 77
" 19 Capt. John Fox, Governor of Pendennis Castle. To send up John Rowe, prisoner there, in safe custody; to answer before Council 648 77
" 28 Pass For Wm. Pitman, Geo. Bayley, Ant. Arrant, Wm. Thompson, and Edw. Haynes, servants to the Prince of East Friesland, who brought a present of hawks to the Protector, with 2 footmen, and 6 geldings for the Prince, custom free, from Dover. 629 71 77
" " License For Augustine Coronel Chacon, merchant of London, to export 30 tuns of wine, custom free, for the late ambassador of Portugal, according to warrants of 11 April 1654. 629
" 30 Pass For Lord Andover and 2 servants, beyond sea 627 71 78
" " License For Henry, Earl of Stamford, to export 3 nags from Rye 629 71 78
" " " For Lord Broghill to " 4 " " Dover 627 71 78