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Warrants of the Protector and Council for Payment of Money

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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 for Payment of Money.

Date. By. To Object. Sum. References.
1654. £ s. d. I. 75. I. 105.
March 3 Gualter Frost Sir Adam Loftus Arrears still unpaid, and 4l. a week subsistence till his accounts are stated, or till further order. 4 0 0 140 149 21
" 6 Col. John Barkstead Gualter Frost For Council's contingencies 6,000 0 0 147 152 186 22
" 7 Peter Evans, late receiver of South Wales. Thos. Hughes Two years' fee, as prothonotary and clerk of Pleas, cos. Brecon, Radnor, and Glamorgan. 18 0 0 183 156 22
" 10 Gualter Frost John Maidstone, steward to his Highness. Out of the 6,000l. lately ordered him from the Tower 5,000 0 0 159 23
" " Thos. Fauconberg Col. Barkstead For two quarters' bills, ending Christmas last, for the Tower, 456l. 18s. 6d. and 368l. 5s. 4d. 825 3 10 160 24
" 16 Gualter Frost Lieut.-Col. Wolsley For fire and candle for the guards attended by the Protector's regiment of foot. 20 0 0 146 170 186 23
" " " James Waynwright For a quarter's allowance to Richard Bradshaw as resident at Hamburg. 200 0 0 164 170 24
" " " Robert Tatnall For 12 weeks' allowance from the late Council of State, for subsistence of self and family. 6 0 0 164 170 25
" 22 " Nicholas Bond To make provision for the entertainment of the Ambassador Extraordinary from the French king. 300 0 0 182 26
" 23 Thos. Fauconberg Wm. Watts, co. Surrey For present relief 20 0 0 195 25
" " " " Thomas Smithsby For disbursements about the house and gardens at Hampton Court. 70 13 2 195 27
" " Gualter Frost Sarah Potter, widow ⅓ for herself and 2/3 for her six children, the clerks of Council to see it secured. 250 0 0 159 186 195 28
" " Thos. Fauconberg John Haggit Year's salary as chief justice of cos. Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, instead of payment by the Commissioners of Customs. 250 0 0 152 180 187 206 28
" " " " John Corbet Year's salary as chief justice of cos. Glamorgan, Brecon, and Radnor. 250 0 0 152 180 187 206 28
" " " " Henry Zinzan alias Alexander, equerry to the late King. In full of all demands, on his petition 150 0 0 158 186 195 29
March 29 Gualter Frost Nicholas Bond For his disbursements for entertainment of the ambassador extraordinary from the States General. 87 6 11¼ 172 195 29
" " " " For pains and service as steward at the said entertainment for the ambassadors. 30 0 0 172 195
" " " John Pell One quarter's salary as mathematical lecturer 50 0 0 27
" " " William Wright and Hugh Peters. To remain in their hands till the tomb for Lord Ireton be erected, being in full of what remains due for it. 20 0 0 30
32 0 0
" 31 Col. John Barkstead Treasurers-at-war For the service of Scotland 20,000 0 0 205 31
" " Treasurers for the Committee of Accounts. Sir John Trevor, Lancelot Lake, and the coal farm lessees. Balance in repayment of loan to Thos. Ledgard, who has paid in his balance to the said treasury. 1,409 4 9 188 210 31
" " " " Thos. Fauconberg On like account. [See warrants, 23 Feb. and letter 17 March, p. 36, suprà.] 2,357 18 9 188 210 32
April 3 Commissioners for Prize goods. Col. John Hewson On two debentures for service in England 1,832 9 3 210 33
" 5 Thos. Fauconberg Dame Margaret Hungerford. In full, with interest of a debt due to Rich. Aldsworth, on bond by Sir John Danvers and Hugh Audley, for the service of Parliament in co. Wilts. [Also Vol. 69, No. 13a.] 800 0 0 34
" 7 Gualter Frost Richard Hampden For cloth for coats of the State's watermen 36 12 6 364 34
" 14 Col. Richard Sankey, treasurer for probate of wills. John Embree For repairing and fitting of Whitehall 500 0 0 235 238 248 35
" " Thos. Fauconberg Col. Robert Hammond On an order of Parliament, allowing him 400l. a year till other provision was made for him. Renewed 3 Aug. and 10 Aug. 1654. 200 0 0 240 248 469 478 35
" " Gualter Frost William Dalton For charges, &c. about the disposal of two children left in Whitehall. 5 0 0 248 36
" " " Nicholas Bond For service as steward at the entertainment of the ambassador extraordinary of the French king. 30 0 0 217 248 36
April 14 Gualter Frost Nicholas Bond For balance of the expenses of the said entertainment. 57 11 217 248 37
" " Capt. Hen. Hatsell Mat. Lock and Jas. Chetwind. For their salaries as clerks at the Irish and Scotch Committee from 22 June 1653 to the end of their sitting, and for entering their transactions up to 23 March last. 73 10 0 248 37
37 10 0
" " " " Wm. Rowe. 1¼ years' salary as under clerk to the said Committee. These 2 warrants to be paid from the product of provisions sent for the reducing of Jersey. 20 0 0 248 37
" 25 Comrs. of Customs Gualter Frost On the account of Council's contingencies, to be issued for the Protector's use. 6,000 0 0 257 38
" 27 Gualter Frost Mr. Maidstone, steward for his Highness. For the use of the Lord Protector 6,000 0 0 257 38
May 2 " Col. Barkstead Expenses of conducting Lieut.-Col. John Lilburne to Jersey. 13 8 7 262 275
" 3 " Lieut.-Col. John Roseworme. One quarter's salary as engineer-general 45 10 0 268 39
" " " Phillip Starkey For service as master cook in the entertainment of the ambassadors from the States General. 20 0 0 172 275 41
" " " " For service as master cook in the entertainment of the ambassador from the French king. 20 0 0 218 275 41
" 5 Col. Rich. Sankey, treasurer for probate of wills. Earl of Clanrickard Being the remainder of 1,200l. ordered by Parliament, in full of all demands. 600 0 0 275 271 40
" " Gualter Frost Wm. Astell For special service 40 0 0 267 275 42
" " " 8 clerks and other officers named. For salaries and allowances for attending committees of the late Parliament. 134 0 8 275 42
" " Capt. Hen. Hatsell Wm. Rowe For service and attendance on some affairs of England and Scotland for five months, he being now dismissed from employment in the Irish and Scotch Committees. [Also I. 74, p. 76.] 150 0 0 275 43
May 9 Comrs. of Customs Admiralty Comrs. To pay for 1,000 tents and 1,000 prs. of shoes for Col. Alured's forces, including 203 tents for Col. Pride. 1,100 0 0 272 286 44
" " " " " To pay for tents, &c., the 1,100l. not sufficing 200 0 0 279 290 45
" 10 Gualter Frost Clemt. Kinnersley For furnishing Sir Abraham Williams' house for reception of the Dutch and French ambassadors. 25 8 6 266 271 290 45
" 11 " Earl of Kildare's children. Charge of their voyage to Ireland 20 0 0 296 47
" " " Marchmond Needham For one whole year's stipend 100 0 0 290 296 47
" " " Eliz. Alkin For physic and nursing sick and wounded seamen and prisoners, on her petition. 10 0 0 258 296 48
" 12 Comrs. of Excise John Embree For the repairs of Whitehall 1,500 0 0 303 48
" 15 Comrs. of Customs Gualter Frost For the Council's contingencies 5,000 0 0 302 49
" " Gualter Frost John Maidstone, steward of his Highness. For the household 5,000 0 0 302 49
" 16 " Wm. Blackbrowe, leatherseller of London. For 700 snapsacks for the regiment of Sir W. Constable. 29 3 4 305 50
" " " Clemt. Kinnersley To be paid to Eliz. Smith, a poor old woman, Eman. de Criell and Hen. Willet, for 4 pieces of tapestry hangings for his Highness. 11 8 0 295 305 50
" " Thos. Fauconberg Daniel Hinchman For use of Col. Hewson's regiments 43 1 307 327 338 51
" 26 Gualter Frost Peter Sterry A quarter of a year's salary 50 0 0 327 52
" " " Capt. Roger Alsop, marshal-general. For maintenance of Scottish prisoners from 21 Jan. to 29 June 1653. 341 16 0 316 327 53
" " " Lady Ranelagh Part of 1,100l. ordered to Visct. Ranelagh, in full of all demands. 100 0 0 312 327 53
" " " Sir Abraham Williams For quarter of a year's rent of his house in Palace Yard for entertaining ambassadors. 75 0 0 327 54
" " " René Augier For his secretary employed at Paris as intelligencer, at 10s. a day, from 20 Jan. to 20 April 1654. 45 0 0 327 54
May 26 Gaulter Frost Lady Levingston For their relief, weekly 0 12 6 315
318
327
53
Mrs. Bray 2 2 0
Mrs. Hobson 1 1 0
Mrs. Blunden 0 4 6
" 30 " Richard Scutt For setting up lights in the passages in Whitehall 12 0 0 382 62
" " " Wm. Williams For a quarter of a year's salary in printing the bills of mortality, and presenting them weekly to Council. 2 10 0 382 63
" " " 10 officers of Whitehall, named. Half a year's salary, due to 15 May 148 0 0 382 63
June 2 Comrs. of the Customs Lord Whitelock's agent On account, for his allowance as ambassador to Sweden. 1,200 0 0 348 56
" " Treasurers at Gurney House. Gualter Frost For Council's contingencies 2,000 0 0 348 57
" " Gualter Frost Nicholas Lockyer In lieu of an Ordinance for sale of lands to him, value 200l. a year, by the Gurney House treasurers. 2,000 0 0 348 57
" " Treasurers at Gurney House. Robert Inglish and Alex. Finlaw. Part of a greater sum due on a contract for provisions for Ireland. 1,000 0 0 309 318 327 348 58
" " Collectors of Prize Goods. James Boswell In part for victuals for garrisons in Ireland 1,000 0 0 318 338 348 58
" " Treasurers at Drury House. " " " 419 15 2 338 348 59
" 8 Richard Sankey Capt. Giles Shelley In full of all demands on a contract for relieving Bonratty Castle, Ireland. 60 0 0 356 338 60
" " " James Challoner For disbursements about Hampton Court by order of Parliament, he being desired to quit the house there. 200 0 0 248 338 356 60
" 12 Col. John Barkstead Commissioners of the Admiralty. For freight and wages of the ships to be called in 44,000 0 0 362 61
" " Gualter Frost Samuel Hartlib For industry in several public services, according to what was heretofore allowed. 100 0 0 317 338 362 61
June 13 Gaulter Frost Lieut.-Col. Thos. Kelsey For charges of Thomas Northcot, Wm. Thacker, and Henry Goodis, in bringing from Dover Mr. Digby and a German lord. 2 0 0 362 366 62
" 19 " Fras. Downham, upholsterer. For goods delivered at Whitehall for his Highness, his bill being attested and examined. 489 5 9 383 64
" " " 22 riding messengers For journeys and expenses in the service, June 1653 to Feb. 1654. 464 14 1 382 64
" " " Serjeant Dendy For a year's rent of the orchard passage, charges of Mr. Brown, prisoner, and disbursements to trumpeters and troops, at the proclamation about the seamen's meeting. 7 4 0 382 65
" " " Wm. Legg For three quarters of a year's salary as wardrobe keeper. 225 0 0 382 66
" " " Geo. Vaux For one year's salary as housekeeper and passage cleaner at Whitehall. 150 0 0 382 66
" " " Rich. Nutt For bill of charges 31 0 0 382 66
" " " Isaac Dorislaus For one quarter of a year's salary as solicitor to the Admiralty Commissioners. 50 0 0 382 67
" " " Marchmond Needham For one quarter of a year's pension 25 0 0 382 67
" " " Rich. Scutt For a quarter's bill for stationery, lights, sweetmeats, candlesticks, lanthorns, torches, &c. for Council and its committees. 74 18 6 382 67
" 23 " Roger Coats For a special service 50 0 0 354 390 69
" " Haberdashers' Hall Committee. E. Mulgrave From the moneys paid by the subscribers of the Yorkshire engagement. 1,000 0 0 391 393 403 72
" 26 Comrs. of Customs George Cockayne On account for Ambassador Whitelock's allowance, date altered from 23 to 26 June at request. 1,523 0 0 379 390 393 394 68
" 27 " " Gualter Frost For the Council's contingencies, a warrant of 22 June for 5,000l. being cancelled. 14,000 0 0 389 393 395 70
June 27 Comrs. of Customs Gaulter Frost On account for Council's contingencies, on report from the Commissioners for inspecting the Treasuries, the date being altered from 23 June. 2,000 0 0 380 390 396 71
" " Gualter Frost John Maidstone For expenses of his Highness, a warrant of 22 June for 5,000l. being cancelled. 14,000 0 0 380 393 395 71 71
" 29 " Earl of Worcester Weekly, above the 3l. already allowed him 2 0 0 402 407 72
" " Treasurers-at-war James Powell Balance for victuals and shipping for Col. John Clarke's foot regiment to Ireland. 363 15 0 403 407 73
" " " " " Freight for canvas for tent cloth sent to Ireland. [Also Vol. 72, No. 60a.] 32 19 0
" " " " Capt. John Owen For ink, pens, paper, and books for the use of Council. 132 12 3 126
July 6 Treasurers at Gurney House. Treasurers-at-war To be issued by direction of the Army Committee 10,000 0 0 417 393 74
" 8 Comrs. of Customs John Embree, surveyor On account 1,200 0 0 421 75
" " " " Thos. Redriff For a badge as his Highness' waterman 5 0 0 170
" 13 Collectors for Prize goods. Capt. Walter Wood For loss of the use of his right hand in service at sea 66 13 4 429 76
" " Gualter Frost Edward Rolt Over and above the charges of his journey beyond sea. 50 0 0 402 76
" " " John Stalham and John Collins. Appointed to preach the gospel in Scotland, charges of their journey, 50l. each, to be in addition to the 200l. for their first year's allowance, not in part thereof, as at first ordered. 50 0 0 336 396 429 77
" 27 Treasurers-at-war Rich. Browne Balance of a contract for 115l. 14s. for oatmeal for Ireland. (fn. 1) 75 16 3 447
" " " Denis Gauden Making with 840l. in his hands on a contract for wheat, the balance of a contract of 466l. for oatmeal, and of 895l. 1s. 9d. for 795 cwt. 2 qrs. 16lbs. of Suffolk cheese for the forces in Limerick. 521 1 9 447
July 27 Major John Wade Treasurers-at-war Being balance unspent of 2,000l. allowed him for wheat and oats for Ireland. 365 15 448
" " Treasurers-at-war Thos. Jennings On behalf of John Bunbury, for oats for Ireland 76 10 6 448
" " " Capt. Hen. Hatsell Balance of 4,300l. for buying and seding wheat and oats for the forces in Ireland. 68 12 9 448
" " " Capt. John Whitworth or Jas. Waynwright. Balance of 2,784l. 16s. for oats for Ireland 184 16 0 448
" " " John Matthews and Thos. Prescott. For oatmeal sent by John Mitchell, and thence to the forces in Galloway and Carlingford. 46 1 9 449
" " Capt. Mark Coe Treasurers-at-war Balance unspent of 3,700l. imprested to him for tent cloth, &c. for the army in Ireland. 111 17 11 449
" " Treasuers-at-war Hen. Gale of the Stock, and Thos. Morley of the Jonathan and Abigail of a London. For freight, &c. of 190 tons of ammunition, &c. sent to Dublin and Waterford. 49 5 0 449
" 27 Gualter Frost Sir John Borlase Towards the charge of his transport to Ireland 50 0 0 445 77
" " Commissioner of Excise. Martin Noel For stores furnished for the State, to be defalcated from the rent due on his farm of the excise of salt. 3,850 0 0 439 447 78
" " Commissrioners of Customs. Lord Whitelock Balance of the account for his embassy in Sweden, his expenses being 12,755l. 2s. 11d. and his receipts only 10,723l. 2,032 2 11 444 447 78
" 31 Gualter Frost John Millis de Macedo As interpreter for the ambassador extraordinary from the King of Portugal. 200 0 0 453 462 79
" " " Robert Tatnell, lateusher to the Admiralty Committee. Weekly, for subsistance of himself and family 0 10 0 462 79
" " " Peter Blondeau Towards the charge of his journey to Ireland, and providing materials for a Mint there. 50 0 0 443 462 80
" " " James Waynwright On a bill of exchange for Richd. Bradshaw, a quarter's allowance as resident at Hamburg. 200 0 0 462 80
" " " Col. John Berkstead On warrant of the late Council of State of 30 Aug. 1653, for pay of the then new raised men in the Tower. 76 7 8 435 441 462 82
July 31 Gaulter Frost Col. John Berkstead On warrant of 5 May last, for conducting Lieut.Col. John Lilburne to Jersey; this and the preceding to be paid out of 105l. to be received and paid into Council's contingencies by Berkstead, on sale of the scaffold of Paul's. 13 8 7 435 441 462 82
" " Commissioners of Prize goods. Capt. Rich. White Further allowance for his service with his ship in the Isle of Man in 1651. 55 0 0 434 462 81
" " " " Bailiffs of Scarborough For their disbursements for the fleet, on an order of the late Council of State. 36 11 0 441 462 81
" " Goldsmiths' Hall Treasurers. Sam. Hartlib Towards 100l. a year granted him by Parliament out of the undervaluation of delinquents' lands discovered by him, to be paid half yearly. 50 0 0 462 83
" " Gualter Frost Alexander Earl of Kelly Weekly maintenance as prisoner in the Tower 3 0 0 83
" " " Capt. Chas. Howard For raising forty dragoons 250 0 0 462 84
" " " Sir Abraham Williams For quarter of a year's rent for his house in the Place yard, &c. for entertaining ambassadors. 75 0 0 484 89
" " " Richard Nutt For bringing ambassadors from the States-General of the United Provinces from Gravesend to London. 49 5 6 573 103
" " " Robt. Brough For work done by him and things furnished for the clerks' office. 13 10 4 573 103
Aug. 8 Comrs. of Customs Gualter Frost For Council's contingencies 10,000 0 0 469 472 84
" 10 Treasurers-at-war [Wm.] Walker Incidencies of the army 2,000 0 0 477
" " Comrs. of Customs G. Frost For Council's contingencies 5,000 0 0 473 85
" " Gualter Frost Mr. Maidstone For his Highness' household 5,000 0 0 473 85
" " Comrs. of Excise John Phelps For purchase of the manor and royalty of Hampton Court. 750 0 0 460 472 86
" " Lt.-Col. Thos. Sankey, treasurer for probates of wills. Isaac Elliston, clothier, of Bradford, co. York. In full satisfaction of the arrears of his son, whom he lost in the Parliament's service. 28 0 0 86
" " Gualter Frost John Hall In advance for his journey into Ireland as preacher 50 0 0 466 87
" " Comrs. of Excise Nathl. Tiderleigh For the impressing of mariners and sending them to the fleet, conveying packets to the forces in Ireland, and equipping a prize vessel sent there with men and horses. 154 18 1 88
Aug. 10 Gualter Frost 3 clerks, a doorkeeper, and a messenger of Committees of Parliament, named. For their respective services 153 5 4 472 88
" 15 " Lieut.-Col. John Roseworme, engineer-general. On account of his salary for a quarter at 20s. a day when employed, and 10s. when not employed, to be paid to his wife, he being on service in Scotland. 91 0 0 486 90
" 16 Collectors of Prize Goods. John Powell Balance of 268l., due for furnishing 203 tents and 1,000 snapsacks for Col. Pride's regiment on their march to Scotland. [Vol. 74, Nos. 59a., b.] 128 16 8 489 91
" 17 G. Frost Thos. Walley For going to Ireland as a preacher, being approved by the Committee for approbation of Preachers. 50 0 0 507 575
" 18 Wm. Walker Rob. Hammond, Rob. Goodwin, Mat. Tomlinson. Advance on their allowance as members of the Council for Ireland, to be paid from 2,000l. set aside for incident charges of the army in Ireland. 500 0 0 472 91
500 0 0 511
500 0 0 469
" 19 Comrs. of Customs Col. Venables On account 300 0 0 512 513
" 20 Col. Ingoldsby For his regiment 150 0 0 575
" 21 Comrs. of the Customs John Embree On account towards the repairs of Whitehall, &c. 1,500 0 0 508 513 92
" " Treasurers-at-war Commissary Thos. Fowler. For a regiment of foot and a troop of foot, sent from Ireland to Scotland on special service, on warrant from the Army Committee. 5,450 4 0 515
" 23 Wm. Walker — Pepys, baron of the Exchequer. For advance of his allowance, be being bound for Ireland as a member of the Council there. 500 0 0 526 93
" 25 Comrs. of Customs Gualter Frost For Council's contingencies 2,000 0 0 529 534 94
" " " " " " 8,000 0 0 529 534 94
" " " John Maidstone For his Highness' household 8,000 0 0 95
Aug. 25 Gualter Frost Sir T. Vyner, lord mayor For plate and goods for his Highuess' household, viz:                                                                            3,183        14        1 5,780 15 10½ 520, 521, 534 95
[Ralph] Grafton, upholsterer. " " "                                                                               824          9        0
Fras. Downham, upholsterer. " " "                                                                               207         10       9
Thos. Casebeart upholsterer. " " "                                                                               151           5       7
Rob. Burgh, upholsterer. " " "                                                                                 68          11      3
— Bennet, brazier " " "                                                                               219          11      2
Clement Kinnersley, wardrobe keeper. " " "                                                                               158          13      5
Ralph Silverton, silkman. " " "                                                                               135          17     11
Wm. Britten, turner " " "                                                                                  97           5       7
Rob. Hyet, linendraper " " "                                                                                377           5       8
Jacob Tooly " " " "                                                                                163         18       9
Chas. Pleydell " " " "                                                                             118         19, 10½
Thomasine Bennett " " "                                                                                   35          0       0
Rob. Crofts and 2 others For plumes of feathers and gilt nails                              38          2       0
" " " Earl Marshall of Scotland For his maintenance, weekly 5 0 0 96
" " " John Lord Sinclair For weekly maintenance 2 0 0 487 513 96
" " " George Lord Spynie " " 2 0 0 487 513 96
" " Treasurers of the Committee of Accounts. John Greensmith and 6 other members of the Committee. On account for service in the Committee, 100l. each 700 0 0 98
" " Gualter Frost Wm. Dunbar For his journey to Ireland as a preacher, being approved by the Committee for approbation of Public Preachers. 50 0 0 507 97
" 28 " Wm. Williams Quarter's salary for printing the bills of mortality and bringing them weekly to Council. 2 10 0 572 104
" " Capt. Hen. Hatsell Wm. Dobbins, commissary. Salary at 10s. a day for sending provisions to Ireland and Scotland for the armies. 91 0 0 572 104
Aug. 29 Comrs. of Excise John Batchelor As a reprise for a fee-farm rent purchased out of the manors of the late Earl of Worcester. 1,200 0 0 529 537 99
" 31 Gualter Frost 4 mesengers of Council named. For sea journeys and extra charge of 2s. 6d. a stage riding post, which was suspended by Council and expressed in an order of 2 June last. 198 19 6 101
" " " Wm. Jessop, clerk of Council. For incidental expenses of Council 40 0 0 545 565 573
" " " Ant. Webster and Wm. Edwards. For thirty-one poleaxes for the gentleman porter and thirty warders of the Tower. 38 15 0 534 573 105
Sept. 1 Treasurers for sale of Crown lands. Fras. Thompson and Hen. Cannon. Purchase of the Little Park and King's meadows, Windsor, and Bushy Close. Renewed on non-payment, 5 Oct. 3,473 5 0 531 538 542 576 100
" " Comrs. of Customs John Stone and Gervase Bennet. Salary as Commissioners for Excise and Customs, Dec. 1653 to March 1654. 75 0 0 551 567
" " " John Clarke, Edw. Horseman, Vincent Gookin, Thos. Kelsey, Jas. Phillips, Edw. Cludd. Salary as Commissioners and in several capacities till 24 June 1654, 150l. each. 900 0 0 551
" " " Rich Sherwin Salary as clerk to the late Assistants to the Revenue Committee for 1 quarter. 50 0 0 551
" 2 " Gualter Frost Council's contingencies 6,000 0 0 561 566 101
" " Col. John Barkstead " " " 2,385 10 5 102
" 9 Army Committee Treasurers-at-war From the money in the Tower for the forces in Scotland. 23,000 0 0 567
" 20 Col. Rich. Sankey Col. Ant. Rous, — Manby, Rich. Lucy, and — Hildsley. Year's salary as judges for the probate of wills, 300l. each. 1,200 0 0 570 565 102
" 21 G. Frost Marchmond Needham For one quarter's salary 25 0 0 573 105
Sept. 21 Col. Barkstead Col. John Barkstead For coining the silver brought from the Samson, Salvador, George, Morning Star, and Angel Michael 300 0 0 840 0 0 573 106
— Perin 250 0 0
Cornet Day 200 0 0
Thos. Birch and Jas. Heane. 60 0 0
John Reynolds, assay-master. 20 0 0
Rich. Bight, master of melting-house. 10 0 0
" " Gualter Frost Col. Jas. Haynes For disbursements for Lt.-Col. Lilburne, prisoner in Jersey. 19 5 4 539 573 107
" " " Richard Scutt For stationery, candles, sweet waters, &c. for Council. 91 10 0 572 108
" " " Elizth. Alkin For her relief and maintenance 10 0 0 545 565 573 108
" " " Jane, widow of Francis Rowe. On her pension of 10s. a week ordered by Parliament. 7 0 0 573 109
" " " 12 trumpeters Employed in proclaiming the peace with the United Provinces. 12 0 0 544 565 573 109
" " " Wm. Jessop For incident expenses of Council 40 0 0 110
" " " Peter Sterry A quarter's salary 50 0 0 573 110
" " " 11 messengers and 8 serjeant's deputies. For their bills for journeys and other charges 405 17 11 572 111
Oct. 10 " Lady Williams, widow of Sir Abraham Williams. For one quarter's rent for her house ready furnished in the Palace yard for entertaining of ambassadors. 75 0 0 581 112
" " " Thos. Blayden For his journey into Ireland to preach, on certificate from the Committee for approbation of Public Preachers. 50 0 0 575 581 113
" " " John Boulton For 5 pieces of rich arras hangings called the 5 Senses, for his Highness. 375 0 0 581 113
" " " John Stowe For 6 pieces of tapestry hangings, containing the story of Vulcan, Mars, and Venus, for his Highness. 350 0 0 581 114
Oct. 10 Gualter Frost Clement Kinnersley For 6 pieces/of hangings, Cupid and Venus; 5 pieces, Elijah the prophet; 3, story of Jacob; 20 Turkey carpets, 15 damask and one taffeta curtain. 168 6 0 581 114
" 19 " John Embree For repairs at Whitehall, &c. 1,000 0 0 573 575 586 115
" " " Mr. Mader For his journey to Ireland to preach 50 0 0 570 575 586 115
" " " John Lilles " " " 50 0 0 583 586 605 116
" " " John Hall " " " 50 0 0 583 586 605 116
" 31 " John Maidstone For his Highness, towards the charge of government 10,000 0 0 593 116
" " " Alexander Rowley For setting up a sphere in Whitehall, for the use of his Highness. 50 0 0 119
Nov. 5 " Lawrence Castle For his journey to Ireland to preach, on certificate by the Committee for Approbation of Public Preachers. [Vol. 77, No. 1a.] 50 0 0 604 605 121
" 9 " Col. William Goffe For fire and candles of the guards in attendance on his regiment. 20 0 0 594 117
" " " Lt.-Col. Worsley For fire and candles for the guard attending on his Highness. 20 0 0 584 117
" 12 " Fitzpaine Fisher For some service named in a petition to his Highness 100 0 0 605 122
" 15 " Earl of Lauderdale For his weekly maintenance as a prisoner in the Tower. 5 0 0 591 118
" " " Thomas Walley For his journey into Ireland to preach 50 0 0 118
" " " John Nuttall " " " on certificate of approval by the Committee for Approbation of Public Preachers. 50 0 0 592 605 118
" " " Clement Kinnersley 3 pieces of tapestry and 3 Turkey carpets, for his Highness, &c. 104 10 0 590 119
" 16 " Officers at Whitehall For their half year's salaries, as specified 145 0 0 628 127
Nov. 28 Gualter Frost Charles Candler For his journey into Ireland to preach, on certificate of the Committee for Approbation of Public Preachers 31 July 1654. [Vol. 77, No. 22b.] 50 0 0 604 605 612 120
" " " John Maidstone Towards the expense of his Highness' household 12,000 0 0 599 612 120
" " " William Walker Advanced by him to Patrick Gillespie and John Minance for their journey from Glasgow to London and back. 100 0 0 598 125
Dec. 2 " Major Blackman For a bushel of coals additional daily for 3 months, for the horse guards in the Mews. 3 0 0 617
" 5 " John Owen, stationer For paper, books, &c. from July 1653 to Feb. 1654 132 12 3 619
" 19 " Mr. Embree For repairs of the houses of his Highness, out of the 5,000l. lately brought in for that purpose. 2,500 0 0 626 122
" Wm. Williams For printing bills of mortality, &c., 1 quarter 2 10 0 123
" " " Lt.-Col. John Roseworme. Salary at 20s. a day as engineer in Scotland 91 0 0 123
" " " Richd. Scutt In full of a bill for fuel for Council last year, 80l. being paid. 79 17 0 614 124
" " " " For stationery, lights, candlesticks, &c. for the use of Council and Committees, ½ a year. 170 3 0 614 124
" " " " For setting up lights in the passages at Whitehall 60 0 0 124
" 23 " Ambrose Jones For a journey into Ireland to preach, on a certificate from the Committee for Approbation of Public Preachers. [Vol. 77, No. 65a.] 50 0 0 626 124
" 26 Treasurers for Dean and Chapter lands. Treasury Comrs. Remains in their hands on account for sale of lands 10,000 0 0 125
" 29 Gualter Frost Marchmond Needham For one quarter's salary 25 0 0 135

Footnotes

  • 1. This and the next 8 payments were to be made on warrants from the Army Committee ordered by Council.