Warrants of the Protector and Council

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1655. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1881.

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Warrants of the Protector and Council.

Date. To Subject. References.
1655. I. 75. I. 113. I. 112.
Jan. 1 Nich. Bond To be steward to provide all needful for the entertainment of the ambassador from Genoa. 635 72 78
" 2 License For Commissioner Lisle to export 3 horses from Rye to France 636 72 78
" 8 Keeper of the Gatehouse. To receive Hen. Thomas, committed on suspicion of high treason 73 79
" " Governor of Windsor Castle. To allow Chris. Feake the liberty of the castle, provided that he make no disturbance, and that prejudice to the garrison be not hazarded by the number of persons admitted to him. 637 74 79
" " Col. Barkstead, Lieutenant of the Tower. To receive Rowland Thomas, committed for high treason 74 79
" 10 " " Edw. Vernon, " " 73 79
" 11 Pass For Hugh Cartwright to Flanders, at request of Com.-Gen. Whalley 641 75 80
" " Capt. Geo. Bradshaw, of the Betty privateer, Falmouth. To repair to Council, to answer for plundering the Hope of Delfthaven 80
" " Capt. Geo. Wills, of the Handmaid privateer, Fowey. " " " 3 Dutch ships of Horne, Enchuisen, and Delfthaven. 81
" " Mayor and keeper of the prison, Plymouth. To release Nich. Martin, a Holsteiner, taken by the Constant Warwick in a Brest man-of-war, and now prisoner at Plymouth, at desire of the resident of the King of Denmark. 641 76 81
" 16 Keeper of the Gatehouse. To receive Chas. Littleton, committed for high misdemeanours against the Protector and Commonwealth. 75 81
" 22 License For Sir John Poole to transport 3 geldings from Rye to France 641 76 82
" " Pass " " and 1 servant beyond seas 641 76 82
" 25 Serjeant Dendy To receive the 2 persons apprehended for counterfeiting a bill of exchange from Ireland, and now in custody of the guard attending Guildhall Treasury, and to attend the Treasury Commissioners with them this afternoon. 78 23
" " Prize Goods Officers. To deliver to Nath. Manton 30 bags of galls taken last July by a State ship from the St. Francis of Marseilles, or their full value if sold. 655 78 83
Jan. 29 License For John Embree, surveyor of works, or his workmen, to come into any place necessary for cleansing drains and digging up or repairing pipes conveying water to Whitehall. 79 83
" " Pass For Capt. Gilbert Cook and 1 servant to Holland 80 84
" 31 " For Count de Barr, relating to Archduke Leopold, Governor of Flanders, and his servants and baggage, from Dover or any other port to Flanders. 660 80 84
Feb. 5 License For Wm. Johnson, of Newcastle, to export 27 iron guns, bought by him of the Commissioners for Prize Goods. 81 85
" 14 Pass For Jehan Marssen and Jacob Janssen of Amsterdam, Petrus Marinus of Worcum, Adrian Jorissen of Enchuisen, and Jean Janssen and 2 others of Friesland, beyond sea, at request of Ambassador Nieuport. 679 81 85
" " " For Hen. Cole, merchant of London, and Mark Webb, his servant, to Flushing. 679 82 86
" " " For John Mead, Wm. Williams, and Jos. Touchen, merchants, beyond seas 679 83 86
" 15 " For John de Gray, subject of the United Provinces, to the Low Countries 680 83 86
" " " For — Mainwaring, Peter Mainwaring, and their 2 servants to Ireland 681 83 87
" " " For Peter de Beauvoir of Guernsey, now at Weymouth, to Guernsey 680 83 87
" " " For the St. Louis of Dieppe, from Dieppe to Cape de Verd, and other French plantations aud places of trade in Africa, and to return. 84 87
" " " For Edw. Smith to Ireland 681 88
" 16 " For Col. Dan. Abbott, servants, and horses to Ireland 686 84 88
" " " For Col. Longe to Ireland 686
" " " For Arent Diruxsen Neisen, of the United Provinces, beyond sea, at request of Ambassador Nieuport. 686 85 88
" " " Lord Hannibal Cistet, Viceroy of Norway, to Flanders, on desire of Lord-Commissioner Whitelock. 686 85 88
" 19 " For Jos. Bourne, on business of his master, Isaac Gould, to Hamburg 687 86 89
" 20 " For Wm. Bodington and servant to the Levant 688 86 89
" 21 " For Geo. Taverner and servant to Ireland 691 87 90
" " " For Gerrit Esginck and Jacob Treggen to France 691 87 90
" " " For Lambert Marten and 3 other Dutchmen to Holland 691 87 90
" " " For John Baker and his mother, Jannake Herring, John Sambrooke, Hen. Dolton, Wm. Haskeins, Rob. Armston, and Wm. Danitz to Holland; the last 3 passes granted at request of Ambassador Nieuport. 690 88 90
Feb. 23 Pass For Fras. Ayscongh, lieutenant to Col. Cromwell, and Chas. Povey, ensign to Capt. Cave, to Holland. 88 91
" " " For Wilhem Jones of Shoonhoven, Holland, beyond sea 694 88 91
" " " For Jacob Geritsen and 3 other mariners of the States General beyond sea 694 89 91
" " License For Anold Beake, merchant of London, to transport a guelding to France, paying custom. 693 89 91
" " " For the navy victuallers to export, custom free, victuals provided for the fleet, but unfit for its use, on report from the Admiralty Commissioners, of 29 Jan. 1654–5. 686, 695 89 91
" 24 Pass For Col. Zankey and servants to Ireland 90 92
" 27 " For John Derrickson and 2 other mariners of the States General to Holland 697 90 92
" " " For Christiaen Priteman, servant of the secretary to the ambassadors of the United Provinces, to Holland. 697 92
" " Serjeant Dendy To apprehend Thos. Porter, and bring him before Council for taking Lady Anne Blount out of the house of her father, the Earl of Newport. 90 92
" " Pass For Geo. Sanderson, and servants to France, at request of Hen. Cromwell 697 93
" " " For Lewis Desmeniers, merchant of Dublin to Ireland 697 93
March 1 " For Alice Amyce to Holland 705 92 93, 94
" " " For John de Laet to Leyden 705 91 93
" " " For Rich. White and 5 others beyond sea, on request of the Dutch ambassador 704 91 93
" " " For Fred. Leenhoff to Holland 704 91 94
" " " For Evert Arrenssen and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 704 91 94
" " " For Petrus Zacharias and Thos. Clerq to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador. 704 91 94
" 2 " For Geerland Van Voorden to Holland at request of the Dutch ambassador. 708 92 94
" " " For Art. Ashton, Mary his wife, and 4 children to Holland at request of the Dutch ambassador. 708 92 95
" " " For Isaac Lucas to Amsterdam at request of the Dutch ambassador. 708 92 95
" " Serjeant Dendy To apprehend and bring before Council Lieut.-Col. Jones and Redruth Evans, charged with forging debentures. 95
" 5 Pass For Col. Nich. Kempson, servants, and 2 horses to Ireland 93 96
" " " For Johannes Baeck, Cornelia Van Ceulen, and Lissia Gerrits to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador. 710 93 96
" " " For Ant. de Bois and 3 other Dutchmen to Holland 93 96
" " " For Petrus Van Bergen to Holland 94 96
" " " For Benj. Clate and Mary his wife beyond seas 709 94 96
" 6 " For Fras. Lambe to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador 713 94 97
" " " For Rich. Sneed to France 712 94 97
I. 75. I. 112.
March 8 Pass For Jas. Thompson to Flanders. Signed by the Protector. [Vol. 95, No. 15a.]
" 9 " For Frederick and Christophell Nisit and Lysabeth Nicolaes to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador. 715 97
" " " For Thos. Erasmus, Jan Pieters, and Maryn Van Haerlem to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador. 715 97
" " " For Harman Rysenbergh and Tistia his wife to France, at request of the Dutch ambassador 715
" " " For William and Giles Fettiplace and servant to Holland 714 98
" " " For Francis Roe " 714 98
" " " For Francis Watts and Samuel his son, 10 years old, to Holland 98
" 12 " For John Arthington, M.D., to Ireland 718 98
" " " For Geo. Barne, Dorothy his wife, and maid, to Holland 718 99
" " " For David Conyard, Elianor his wife, 2 small children, Jane Edwards, 2 maids, Denis Conyard, and Wm. Hart, to France, and to return. 720 99
" " " For Abr. Ratte and Peter Barr to France 720 99
" " " For Peter Barr to France, and to return 99
" " " For Chas. Calverley to Holland 720 100
" " " For Pieter Scott " 720 100
" " " For Gerrit Van Reemen and Coenraet Coets to Holland all at request of the Dutch ambassador. 720 100
" " " For Sam. Hinderssen and 2 other Dutchmen " all at request of the Dutch ambassador. 720 100
" " " For Peter Van Meer and Henrick Solomons " all at request of the Dutch ambassador. 720 101
" " " For Lieut.-Col. Jas. Napper to France 718 101
" 13 " For John D'Artois to France 722 102
" 14 " For Col. Jas. Lawis, with horses, servant, and arms, to his house in co. Cardigan 723 102
" 15 " For Nich. Courtney, of the Inner Temple, London, with horse and sword, to Cornwall, and to return, at request of Hugh Peters. 725 102
" 16 " For Jas. de la Mote, a Frenchman, to Holland 728 103
" " " For John Haselboren to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador 728 103
" " " For Fras. Lee, Chas. Parrott, his tutor, and boy, to France, at request of Hugh Peters 728 103
" 23 License For Capt. Hen. Hatsell to export to Jersey 200 todds of worsted, of the proportion of wool allowed to be transported there for this year for the manufactures of the island. 700, 733 105
" 26 Pass For John Pickersgill, of London, to Calais, to recover a debt 742 104
" " " For David Doublet to Dieppe, he having lately come from France to Rye, and given security to attend Council, but was dismissed by the President; moved by Peter Barr. 742 105
" " " For John Everssen and John Lieven to Holland 741 105
" " " For Col. Chas. White, Deborah his wife, Sarah their daughter, a maid, and 2 men servants, beyond sea, on their repair to Moscow, on his petition, he giving security in 500l. not to act against the State. 741 106
March 26 License For M. de la Bastile, secretary to M. de Bordeaux, to transport 2 horses for his own use from Dover to France, custom free. 742 106
" " Pass For Jacob Meyer to France 741 106
" " " For John Bercher, John Horseman, John Williams, and John Richard, to Holland 741 107
" " " For Joris Leeckes, and 3 other Dutchmen, to Holland 741 107
" " " For the Sea Fertune of Schiedam, seized in her way from the Caribbee Islands, and detained at Plymouth, to proceed on her voyage to Holland. 742 107
" " " For Peter Middlederp to Hamburg 741, 758 107
" " " For Ant. Farrington, merchant of London, his son and servant, to Ireland 742 108, 110
" " " For Dan. Westby and Thos. Barber, gentlemen, with 2 servants, to the Spa, returning in 6 months. 741 108
" " " For Dominie Wade of Norton Folgate, to Amsterdam and back, on private business; recommended by Skippon, on his petition. 742
" " " For Nich. Power, to Ireland, recommended by Wm. Halsey 742
" 28 " For Edw. Benfield and 5 men and horses, to Hartland, co. Devon, on desire of Lady Ranelagh. 750
" " " For Mich. Dunckon, his wife, daughter, and her 4 children and maid, all of the Hague, to Holland. 758 108
" 29 " For the Employment, with a lading of cloth, from Hull to Hamburg, the late embargo notwithstanding. 109
" " " For the Henry and John, " " " " " 109
" " License For M. Barriere, agent from the Prince of Condé, to take up for his own use 8 tuns of French wine, custom free. 755 110 (2)
" 30 Governor of Portland Castle. To convey Col. Thos. Harrison to Carisbrook Castle 757
" " Governor of Carisbrook Castle. To receive " " 757
" " Serj. Dendy To convey John Rogers to the charge of the Governor of Windsor Castle 756 109
" " Governor of Windsor Castle. To receive " and keep him prisoner till further orders 756 110
" " Pass For John Gun, Ant. Cambdyn, with 2 sons and 3 daughters, Rich. Bradley, Dan. Meriot, Moses Weddon, Hum. Lynes, wife and 3 daughters, and Thos. Grace, with tools, clothes, and household goods to Ireland, on request of Col. Wm. Underwood. 758 111
" " " For the wife of Thos. Dauneier, one of the auditors for accounts in Ireland, to Ireland, on request of Col. Underwood. 758 111
" " " For the Thomas and Lucy, from Bristol to the Straits, the late embargo notwithstanding, on petition of Step. Travis and 2 other merchants. 757 111
March 30 Pass For Fras. Pernett and wife, to France, on certificate from the Portugal agent 759 112
" " " For Rich. Wilcox and Joane his wife, of Middleburg, to Zealand, on their petition and certificate from Fras. Royse. 758 112
" " " For John Coward and Grace his wife, of Middleburg, to Zealand, on their petition and certificate from Capt. John Hunt, in Col. Ingoldsby's regiment. 758 112
" " " For Thos. Capp and Elizabeth his wife, Francis or Benjamin their son, and Kath. Debbin, to Ireland. 759 112
" " " For Edw. Slingeant to Holland 758 112
" " " For Ezekias Lorphelin, merchant of London, to France and to return, on request of Mr. Rosin. 758 113
" " " For the Edward, from London to Greenland, the late embargo notwithstanding, on petition of Wm. Bassett. 757 113
" " " For the Primrose, from London to Greenland, the late embargo notwithstanding 757 113
" " " For Alonso de Fonseca, servant to Antonio Fernandes Caravajal, merchant of London, to Flanders. 758 113
" " " For Rich. Talbot and 2 servants to Holland 760 113
" " " For Hen. Howard, son of the Earl of Berkshire, and Thos. Greene his servant, to France, on request of Lord Broghill. 760 114
" " " For Joachim Vroom to Holland and to return 758 114
" " " For Broer Pieterssen, Lambert Gerritsen, and Thos. Jacobsen to Holland 758 114
" " " For Geerat Pauro to Holland 758 114
" " Thos. Simons To engrave a Great Seal for Ireland, according to the draft offered by him to Council 760 115
" " Pass For Claes Abrahamsen for Holland 758
" " " For Isaac Van Nutte and Isaac Seagh for Holland 758
" " " For Edw. Dunckome and Solomon Oudart for Holland 758
I. 76.
April 2 " For Johan Brunings, merchant of Haarlem, and Abr. Verbeeck, his cousin, to travel in the north parts of England. 114
" 3 " For Johanna Tutell, and her daughter Hannah, to Ireland 1 115
" " " For Barth. Swann, and 6 other falconers of Brabant, to Flushing 1 115
" " " For Eliz. Harvey, Susan and Edw. Orth, and Edw. Wood, to Holland 116
" " " For Mat. Bullard to Hamburg 6 116
" " " For Jacob Van Betlen to France 6 117
" " " For Hendrich Loenins to Holland 6 117
" " " For Huybert Jacobsen " 6 117
April 4 Pass For Sarah Roberts, and Jane and Edw. Bolton, lately landed at Aldborough, to Holland 8 116
" " " For Fras. Adrianesen, Cuglemans Cornelius, Diricksen Brouwer and daughter, to Holland 6 116
" " " For John Willemssen, and 3 other Dutchmen, to Holland 6 116
" " " For Derick Van Ray, Guilliam Sugger and his wife, to Holland 6 117
" " " For Jacob Van Doren, and 8 other Dutchmen, to Holland 6 117
" " " For Capt. John Manley and servant to Holland 8 118
" " " For Jos. de Batze to Holland 8
" " " For Moses Laramore to Ireland 9 118
" " " For Walter Athy to Ireland 9 118
" " " For Hen. Hilders to France 9 118
" " " For Wm. Webster and Elias Roberts, merchants, to Ireland 9 119
" " " For Abr. Boone, surveyor, And. Leake, and Thos. Potts, servants to the adventurers for Middleworth barony, Ireland, to Ireland. 9 119
" " " For Eustace Crook and his servant to Ireland 8 119
" " " For Abr. de Witts to Holland 8 119
" " " For Wm. Persons, member of the Church at the Hague, to Holland 8
" 5 Keeper of Exeter high gaol. To discharge Jas. Carey, on his engaging before the mayor not to act against the present Government 10 120
" " Pass For Lord Stafford, John Bird, and Victoria Cantini, his servant. to Holland 11 120
" " License For Wm. Maddison to ship at London, 6 drums, 4 partisans, 20 halberts, 4 ensigns, 10 barrels of powder, 1,000 weight of match, and 150 bandoliers, for the State's service in Newcastleon-Tyne. 11 120
" 6 Pass For Dorothy Laramore, lately come from New England, to go to her husband in Ireland 15 121
" " " For Ralph Montague, second son of Lord Montague, of Boughton, and servant beyond seas 13 121
" " " For Sir Rob. Drury, Diana Drury his sister, Sam. Jones, their guardian, Mary his wife, and 3 servants, beyond sea. 12 121
" " " For M. de—, moved by Lord Lambert 13
" " " For John Simpson and 2 children to Ireland, on his petition and recommendation of Nich. Bond. 14
" 10 " For Capt. John Hirst to Holland 18 123
" 11 " For John Devenish, wife, and 3 children to Ireland 22 123
" " " For Edm. Shee, gentleman, and I servant, to Ireland, whence he lately came on the LordDeputy's pass. 22 123
" " " For Elizabeth, wife of Jerome Greene, to Ireland 22 124
" " " For Rob. Myagh, gentleman of Kinsale, to Ireland, he having lately come thence with Col. Player's pass. 23 124
April 11 Pass For Geo. Baldwin, Wm. Brudenell, and 1 servant to Ireland, on their petition 22 124
" " " For John Gill to Holland, at request of Capt. Adam Baynes 22 124
" 12 " For John Andrews to Holland 18 122
" " " For John Broom " 18 123
" " " For Hen. Du Menit, kinsman of Sir Theodore Mayerne, to France, at request of Lady Mayerne and Dr. Colladon. 18 125
" " " For Jas. Cooke to Holland 22 125
" " " For Jas. Cock " 22 125
" " " For Maria Lyekhont, Catharina Van Senu, and Eliz. Prymes to Holland 22 125
" " " For Hen. Edmunds and servant for Ireland, at request of Hen. Robinson 22 125
" " " For John Williamssen, Hendrick Marke, and Margaret, his wife, and Maritger Williams to Holland. 22 126
" " " For Anna Barent and her daughter Anna Caseby to Holland 22 126
" " " For Jacob Rietvolt and Jan de Goone to Holland 22 126
" " " For Juriaen Hendrickssen and 3 other Dutchmen to Holland 22 127
" " " For Abr. Joosten to Holland 22 127
" 13 " For M. de Fault and servant beyond sea and to return 127
" " " For Isaac Van Kipshaven and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 127
" " " For Jan Matyssen Sommer and Jan Corvers, wife and child, to Holland 128
" " " For John Helmes and Edm. Blake, merchants, beyond seas 24 128
" 17 License For Col. Wm. Anselm to export from Dover, custom free, 6 horses for the Marquis de Fiasco, late ambassador from Genoa. 29 129
" " Pass For Lord Teynham and servants from London to Wales and back 29 130
" 18 " For Hugh May to France, at request of Viscount Lisle 34 129
" " " For John Stone to France, on his petition 35 129
" " " For Chris. Englekawser and Max. Ferdinando de Derring, Germans, with a servant each to France, at request of M. Coyet, envoy from Sweden, whom they accompanied into England to see the country. 34 129
" " " For Lord Strangford, his lady, 6 men, and 4 maids to France 34 131
" " License " " to export from Dover 6 horses, the late order of Council restraining such licenses for 6 months notwithstanding. 34 131
" 20 Pass For Phil. Opdenbeck to Holland 40 130
" " " For Goosen Joukes " 40 130
" " " For Otto Van Penen " 40 130, 132
" " " For John Forck " 40 130
" " " For Abr. Verbeeck " 40 130
April 20 Pass For John Sass, merchant of London, Martha his wife, and a man and maid to Holland 40 130
" " " For Lucas Harmansz and Jacobus Lucas to Holland 40 130
" " " For Pieter Van Aker, Jacobus Bryart, and Sam. de Vervager, with his wife, Mary Ferrean to Holland. 40 130
" " " For Lord Sandys and his servants to France, moved by Sir Chas. Wolsley 39
" 24 " For Dominick Wade to Holland 44 131
" " " For Anneken Hees and her 2 children to Holland 44 131
" " " For Walter Erwin, with 15 couples of hounds, from Rye to Dieppe 44 132
" " " For Mich. Pluyn, with his son Bartholomew Van Denstein, to Holland 44 132
" " " For Jacob Dorta to France 44 132
" " " For Pieter Croon and John Van Nottelen to Holland 44 133
" " " For Cales Stevenssen and 11 other Dutchmen to Holland 44 133
" " " For Thos. Edow, gentleman, with horse and servant, to Ireland, on certificate from Wrexham from John Peck and Thos. Ball. 44 133
" " " For Geo. Goold, merchant of Cork, to Ireland 44 133
" " " For Abr. Watson, beyond seas, at request of Col. Sam. Jones 44 134
" " " For Tobias Henning of Stockholm, to France, at request of M. Coyet, envoy from Sweden 44 134
" " " For Geo. Cockborne and servant beyond seas, on a pass from Gen. Monk, of 23 Feb. 1654–5. 44 134
" 27 " For Eliz. Butendick and Beatrice, her daughter, to Holland, on certificate from Mr. Kenrick and others. 49 134
" " " For Mathias Shirley to Holland, on certificate from Mr. Bale and others 49 135
" " " For Abr. de Mereado, M.D. Hebrew, with David Raphael de Mercado, his son, to the Barbadoes, where he has an order from his Highness to exercise his profession. 49 135
" " " For Wm. Cooke, Prudence his wife, and child, to Ireland 50 135
" " " For Pieter Hendriexen and Jacobus Van Raye to Holland, at request of the Dutch ambassador. 49 135
" " " For Fras. Albert Gobeli of Bavaria to Holland, on desire of the minister of the French church 49 136
" " " For Thos. Curtoyse, merchant, with 3 children and servant, to Flanders, on desire of Sir Peter Killigrew. 49 136, 142
" " " For Anne Powell to Holland, at request of Fras. Webb 49 136
" " " For Peter Bonamy and Rob. Masters to Holland, on their petitions 49 136
" " " For Capt. Simon Killigrew and one servant to Holland, at request of Sir Peter Killigrew 49 136
" " " For Wm. Dormer, Anna Maria his wife, 3 men and 2 maids, beyond seas; passed 25 April at his Highness's lodgings. 50 137
" " " For Thos. Lawrence to France, on certificate of the clerk of the passage at Rye that he lately came thence. 50 137
April 27 Pass For Wm. Ross and servant to France, at request of Mr. Scutt 50 137
" " " For Thos. Preston, ensign to Capt. Sanderson, in service of the States General, to Holland 48 138
" " " For Peter Zimerman to Germany, on request of the minister of the French church 49 142
" 30 " For Clement Marini, an Italian, with wife, sister, child, and servant, to France 59 140
" " " For Bart. Rice, merchant, to France, having a pass from Rob. Phaire, Governor of Cork 59 140
" " " For Lawrence White, merchant, Holland " " " 59 140
" " " For M. Chas. de Beauvas, of Guernsey, Minister of Witham, Suffolk, and servant to Guernsey 59 141
May 1 " For Sarah Stevens and Hanua Hamerden to Holland, on desire of 2 of his Highness' guard 59 137
" 4 Nich. Bond To provide officers and necessaries for entertainment of the ambassador extraordinary of the King of Spain. 138
" " Pass For Mich. de Hase Empson and servant to Flanders 59
" " " For Thos. Allyn, of Gonville and Caius, and Isaac Barrow, of Trinity College, Cambridge, to France. 59 139
" " " For John, son of Thos. Harrington, to France 59 139
" " " For Mary and Marg. Smith, with a man and maid, to France 59 139
" " " For Wouter Bacherus, and 2 other Dutchmen, to Holland 59 140
" " " For John Dudan to France 59 141
" " " For Chris. Malliet to Holland 59 141
" " " For Rob. Robinson, with wife, daughter, and servant, to France 59 141
" " " For Edw. Picks, of Kent, and servant to Holland 59 142
" " " For Kath. Tavernor and 2 children to Ireland 59 142
" " " For Huybrocht de Cuyper to France, on desire of the agent for the King of Poland 61 143
" " " For Mr. Derby to Ireland, at request of Mr. Strickland 59
" " " For John Peterson, and Ambrose his son, and Michael Day, and Michael his son, to Holland. 59
" 5 " For Susan Pinder to Ireland 59 141
" 9 " For Jan Arienssen, and 10 other Dutchmen, to Holland 143
" " " For Jacob de Craen and John Van Linde to France 143
" " " For Andreas Muller and Georgius Van Spreackel to France 143
" " " For Pieter Schagen to France 143
" " " For Pieter Cooner to Holland 143
" " " For Sybert Direxen, and 4 other Dutchmen, to Holland 143
" " " For Johannes Hensius and Michael Hemebout to Holland 143
" " " For Thos. Smith, of London, to Flushing 143
" " " For Edw. Watkins, merchant of London, to France 144
" " " For Rich. Eves to Holland 144
May 5 Pass For Col. Howard St. Leger and 3 servants to Ireland 144
" " " For John St. John to France, on request of Gen. Desborow, to whose troop he belongs 61 144
" " " For the Countess of Newport, with 5 maids and 3 men, beyond seas 62 145
" " " For Wm. Fitchcock and Hen. Browne to Flanders 145
" " " For John Billingsley, and John, Amias, and Tim. Doughty, and servant, to Sweden 145
" " " For Nich. Hublyn, servant to M. de la Tour, to France 62 145
" " " For Lewis Awbrey and 3 servants beyond seas 62 146
" " " For Lady Drummond, John and Marg. Carill, Penelope and Jane Drummond, Mary Alcock, Luke Farrall, Anne Kemble, Marg. Hoper, and Rich. Tillcock, to the Spa. 146
" 10 " For Mary Smith and her son Richard to Holland 72 147
" 11 " For Benj. Weston and 2 servants to Flanders, on his petition 72 146
" " " For John Turner and John his son to Holland, having a pass from the bailiffs of Ipswich 72 147
" " " For John White and servant to Holland, on petition of John Billingsley, whom he is to follow to Sweden. 72 147
" 15 " For John Bridgman and servant " 147
" 16 " For Johannes Wallagh and his wife Helena, Paulus Rymers and his wife, Maria Sarbout, and 5 other Dutchmen to Holland. 76 148
" " " For David Ipelaer to Holland 76 148
" " " For Abr. Hoogen and Lyren Jacobs to Holland, at desire of the Dutch ambassador 77 148
" " " For Wm. Rawlins to Holland 76 148
" " " For Johan Caysten to Holland 76 148
" " " For John Cuiveilliers " 76 148
" " " For Johannes Van Loon, and 4 other Dutchmen, to travel into several parts of the nation, with their swords. 76 148
" " " For Jacob Van Eck to Holland 76
" " " For Sam. Ben Israel " 76 148
" " " For the Lady of Sturvenisse, with her gentlewoman, two men, and a maid, to Zealand 76 148
" " " For Ant. Corouls and Cornelis Ponwels to Holland, at desire of the Dutch ambassador 77 148
" " " For Barth. Cox to Flanders 76 148
" " " For John Sandye, merchant of London, and servant, to Holland 77 148
" " " For Thomas, son of Mr. Bladen, merchant of Dublin, with wife, mother, child, and servant, and John Piper and wife to Ireland. 77 148
" " " For Hen. Parrey, Dorothy his wife, and Grisell their daughter, to Ireland 76 149
" " " For Thos. Lawrence, of London, with wife and child, to Ireland 76 149
" " " For Archibald Douglas, John Stirling, and 3 servants, to Scotland, and to return 76 149
" " " For John Hepburn, merchant, to Scotland 76 149
May 16 Pass For Henrique Jorge Mendez, merchant of London, to Flanders 76 150
" " " For Lucy and Dorothy Morgan, John Gavan, with man and maid, to the Spa 76 150
" " License For Lord Nieuport to import custom free 5½ hds. of French wine sent from Zealand for his own use. 75/
" 18 Pass For John Cofer and wife to Holland 83 150
" " " For John Mathews to the Spa 83 150
" " " For Thos. Cowdall to Holland 81 151
" " " For Wm. Wright, late soldier in the Lord Deputy of Ireland's own regiment of foot, to France. 83 151
" " " For Fras. Hipsley and servant to France, on desire of Sir Edw. Sydenham 83 151
" " " For Paulus Meslonck, and Gilbert Huygen to Holland on desire of the Dutch ambassador 83 151
" " " For Edw. Collier to Holland on desire of the Dutch ambassador 83 152
" " " For Martin Teunissen to Holland 83 152
" " " For Wulf Von Buchwold to France, on desire of the King of Denmark's agent 83 152
" " " For Hen. Gray beyond seas 83 152
" " " For John Baptista Dayma and servant to Holland 83 152
" " " For Lawrence Miller to Holland 83 152
" 22 " For Ivan Stanton, 2 servants, and 31 couples of hounds, for the King of France 86 153
" " " For Arent Niesen to the Low Countries 86 153
" " " For Coenradus Coendz to Holland 86 153
" " " For David Van den Ende and Daniel Mitz to Holland 86 153
" " " For John Reymes to Holland 86 153
" " " For Wm. Renters " 86 153
" " " For Gerrit Bronckhorst " 86 153
" " " For Maria Verdelft " 86 153
" " " For Sigismond Wroth, and 4 other German gentlemen, to France, on desire of the Polish agent. 86 153
" " " For Walter Thomas and servant to France 86 154
" " " For Rob. Nugent to Ireland, on desire of Col. Cooke 86 154
" " " For Thos. Henshaw, and Edward and John Bradburne, with 3 servants, and Geo. Eales, on Strickland's request. 86
" 23 " For Lord John Huyssen and servant to Holland, on desire of the Dutch ambassador 92 154
" " " For Eliz. Whitaker to Holland, on certificate from Rob. Garrett 92 154
" " " For Reynert Salomons to Holland on desire of the Dutch ambassador 92 154
" " " For Alex. Colve " on desire of the Dutch ambassador 92 154
" " " For Jacob Hendrickson, his wife Sarah, and 3 children, to Holland 92 154
May 23 Pass For Step. Nemechi to the Low Countries, on desire of the Dutch ambassador 92 155
" 24 " For Wm. Savage to Holland, on certificate from the minister and inhabitants of Wandsworth. 96 155
" " " For Geo. Gould to Ireland, on certificate from Ald. Vincent and others 96 155
" " " For Eliz. Harr to Holland 96 156
" " " For Anna Minuit and Abr. Clarke to Holland 96 156
" " " For Coenrad Van Wildenbergh " on desire of the Dutch ambassador 96 156
" " " For Lewis Chichester, M.D., and servant to the Spa, on desire of Capt. Bushell 97 157
" " " For Nich. Bayly, and servant, to Ireland on desire of Serj. Dendy 96 165
" " " For Chas. Le Grosse and servant to France, on desire of Mrs. Thurloe 97
" 25 " For John King to Holland on certificate of Moses Goodyear 101 156
" " " For John Smith beyond seas " John Hingston 101 156
" " " For Alard Gansenep Tennagel, Jan Mott, and servant, to Holland, on desire of the Dutch ambassador. 101 157
" 29 " For Joane Chafe and her daughter Joane, to Dieppe 105 156
" " " For John Blith to the Low Countries, on desire of Gen. Desborow 105 157
" " " For Lambert Kip to Holland, on desire of the Dutch ambassador 105 157
" " " For Christian Nolde, of Denmark, beyond seas, on desire of the King of Denmark's agent 105 157
" 30 Comrs. of Customs To admit, without payment of custom, masts brought in the David of Hamburg, and consigned by Rich. Bradshaw for the use of the navy. 159
" 31 Pass For John Evans to France 116 158
" " " For Benj. White, M.A., beyond seas, on his petition 158
" " Comrs. of Customs. To allow all goods shipped for Ireland on 2 vessels for Lord Hen. Cromwell to pass custom free. 159
" " " To allow the landing, custom free, of 20 chests of Florence wine sent as a present to his Highness from the Duke of Tuseany. 110
June 1 Pass For Capt. John Pearce, mariner, and Ben. White, M.A., student, to Holland, on White's petition. 116 160
" " " For Jas. Levingston and Mary his wife, to Scotland 115 160
" " " For Geo. Maghie to Scotland 115 160
" " " For Nath. Marks, John Frost, his wife, and 2 servants, to Ireland 116 161
" " " For Reynier Pauw to Holland, on desire of the Dutch ambassador 116 161
" " " For Priscilla Honeywood, with maid and servant, to Holland 116
" 5 " For Alex. Written to Holland 120 160
" " " For Pieter Van Beyerlant to Holland 120 160
" " " For Lawrence Laurenssen and 3 other Dutchmen to Holland 120 160
June 5 Pass For Capt. Hen. Meales and servant to Holland, he being in service of the States General 120 161
" " " For Joas Ent to Holland 120
" 7 " For Lord Fras. Paulet, son to the Marquis of Winchester, John Thimbleby, and Edw. Beaumont, their tutor, to France, on Mr. Ong's letter, and Mr. Witcherley's desire. 125 161
" " " For Cissell Tufton, Esq., and servant, to the Spa, on desire of Mr Banks 125 162
" " " For Firm-in-Faith Knights, Marg. Hewerton, and their 2 children, to Holland 125 162
" " " For Thos. Cliffe, and Margaret, his wife, to Holland, on desire of Major Redman 125 162
" " " For Fritz Schros to Holland, on desire of Capt. John Knight 125 162
" " " For Abr. Tyssen and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 125 162
" " " For Edm. Palmer to Holland 125 162
" " " For Bonwen Bonwenssen to Holland 125 162
" " " For Thos. Smith, John Parr, Fras. Johnson, Rachel Young, and Jas. Thompson, to Holland. 125 162
" " " For Wm. Abell to Holland 125 163
" " " For John Harvey and Eliz. Oldham to Holland 125 163
" " " For Jacob Cops to Holland 125 163
" " " For Franchoys Van Clief to Holland 125 163
" " " For Eliz. Pierson and Kath. Emerson to the Spa 125 164
" " License For Lord Bordeaux, ambassador from France, to export 6 horses from Dover, custom free, for Cardinal Mazarin, it being moved by Mr. Secretary, who intimated his Highness's approval. 122 164
" 8 " For Mr. Benson, his Highness's officer, to take up, for use in the household, 20 tuns of Spanish and 15 of French wine for his household, custom free. 125 163, 168
" " Pass For Wm. Stafford, of Bladerwick, co. Northampton, and 2 servants, to the Spa 127 168
" 9 Col. John Barkstead. To receive into the Tower Lord Newport, And. Newport, his brother, Francis, Lord Willoughby of Parham, Jeffrey Palmer, and Hen. Seymour, apprehended on suspicion of plotting to stir up forces against Government, and keep them in safe custody till delivered in course of law. 164
" " Serj. Dendy To receive and keep in safe custody Sir Fred. Cornwallis, Edw. Progers, Thos. Panton and Major-Gen. Ayres [Vol. 93, No. 26a.] 164
" 12 Pass For Symon Subrantsen and 2 others to Holland 132
" " " For Ab. Wymers to Holland 132
" " " For John Witington and 2 maids to Flanders 133
" " " For Rob. Brudnell, and 2 men, to Holland, on desire of Mr. Martin, one of his Highness's gentlemen. 132 165
" " " For Wm. Man to Holland, at request of his brother Edward, servant to Sir Wm. Constable 133 165
June 12 Pass For Adrien Van Linden and Geo. Bomgaert to Dantzic 132 166
" " " For Clent Pieterssen and 7 other Dutchmen to Holland 132 166
" " " For Hermanus and Bernardus Bronswinckel " 132 166
" " " For Jan Roysteyn and 3 other Dutchmen " 132 166
" " " For Cornelia Segers to Zealand 132 166
" " " For Catharina De Ryck, her daughter Elizabeth, Sarah Van Nieren, and their servant, to Zealand 132 166
" " " For Nich. Opmeer to France 132 166
" " " For Sir Geo. Wentworth and 3 servants to Ireland 133 166
" " " For Rosier Petit beyond seas 132 167
" " " For John Caryll, Katherine his wife, 2 men and 2 maids, to Flanders 133 167
" " " For St. Lewis of Dieppe to Cape de Verd and other French plantations, and places of trade in Africa, returning in 6 months; renewal of one granted for 4 months 15 Feb. last. [Vol. 93, No. 29a.] 132 167
" 13 " For Hendrick Goosen and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 134 168
" " " For Jos. Atkinson to Hamburg, at desire of Jas. Davy, merchant 135 168
" 15 " For Thos. Merry and Ralph Skipwith to France 144 181
" 20 License For Dr. Brune Ryves to import custom free 1000 reams of paper more for printing the Bible in the Oriental tongues, &c., beside the 7,000 ordered before. 129, 143 169
" " Pass For Isaac Thorpe, with wife, child, and servant to France 142
" " License " " to transport 2 horses to France 142
" 21 Serj. Dendy To deliver Thos. Panton, committed by warrant of Council of 9 June, to Lieut.-Col. Chas. Worsley. 173
" " Lieut.-Col. Worsley. To receive Thos. Panton and keep him safely 173
" 22 Pass For Thos. King to Holland 144 169
" " " For Thomas, Earl of Down, with 3 servants, to the Spa to restore his health, on his petition and certificate of his physicians. 144 169
" " " For Dan. Burston, clerk, to Ireland 144 170
" " " For John Hutton to Dunkirk 144 170
" " " For Ralph and Isaiah Gibbs to Holland 144 170
" " " For Mich. Tragovista, a Grecian, to Portugal 144 170
" " " For John Godscall and John Stoaker to France, on desire of Mr. Morgan, one of Lord Richards' gentlemen. 144 170
" " " Dirick Grandamage and his wife Maria to Holland 144 171
" " " For Ant. La Faille to Holland 144 171
June 22 Pass For Jacob Cornelisen Kent to Holland 171
" " " For Francois Bischop and Jan Asler to Holland 144 171
" " " For Nich. Terhaer to Holland 144 171
" " " For Barent Janssen and Edw. Libb to Holland 144 171
" " " For Maryen Jans and 7 children " 144 171
" " " For John Koirdsit to Holland 171
" " " For Nath. Johnson, merchant of London, to the Low Countries, on desire of Capt. Bushell. 144 171
" " " For Mrs. Earle and maid to Germany 144 172
" " " For Edm. Shee to Ireland 144 172
" " " For Thos. Barley and Hen. Butler to Holland 144 174
" " " For Robert and Geo. Boothby and John Russell, of Chingford, Essex, to France 144
" " License For M. Bye, public minister for the King of Poland, to transport 6 horses to Holland, for his own use, custom free, at request of Sec. Thurloe. 144
" 27 John Hobson To attend Council in 3 weeks on a complaint of Rob. Massey and others, and not to depart without license. 147 175
" " License For Gilb. Bartholomew to export 2 horses from Gravesend 147 173
" " Pass For Lewis de Lambermont, with servant and boy, beyond seas 151 173
" " License " " " to transport 2 horses from Rye 151 173
" " Pass For Thos. Hooke to France 147 175
" 28 " For Jno. Christian, a Greek, to Armenia 152 172
" " " For Wm. Schuyshell to Holland 152 172
" " " For Thos. Hawkes and Thos. Catcher to France 151 172
" " " For Jos. de Balsa and Cairay de Levalle to Flanders 153 174
" " " For And. Sulyard and John Petre to Holland 153 174
" " " For Sam. Hermanssen to Holland 153 174
" " " For Leender Tyssen to Holland 153 174
" " " For Mich. de Bryan, a Persian, or physician, to Holland, on desire of Mr. Strickland 152 175
" 29 " For Edm. De la Roch to Ireland or Holland, on desire of Lord Bordeaux's secretary 153 174
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend Wm. Higgins, mayor of Southampton, Wm. Stanley, alderman, and Edw. Downer, late high-sheriff, and bring them up to answer objections against them. 175, 179
" " Pass For Thos. Rysdon or Risden, Chris. Warner, and servant to Holland 153 180
" " " For Capt. Sam. Clerke, in the service of the States General, and servant, to Holland 152
July 3 " For Capt. John Moore, lately come from Ireland, and his servant, to Holland 154 176
" 4 " For Vincent Gookin, Esq., six servants and 7 horses to Ireland 160 176
" " " For Rich. Duval, merchant, and John Haver, apprentice, to Flanders 161 176
June 27 Pass For Sir Geo. Aglionby to Ireland, at desire of Sir Geo. Fleetwood 161 176
" " " For Sir Rob. Honeywood, his son Robert, and 3 servants, to Holland 160 176
" " " For Christian Lindenow and 3 servants to Denmark, on desire of the Denmark agent 161 177
" " " For Sir Walter Vane and servants to Holland 160 177
" " " For Elias Dreckselaer and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 161 177
" " " For Jan Wolderswyek and Peter Bromver " 161 177
" " " For Otto Hendricks and 2 other Dutchmen " 161 177
" " " For John Burley to Holland 161 177
" " " For Wm. Brewer, a scholar, to France 161 177
" " " For John Rudolph de Vert to France, on desire of Col. Mayo 161 178
" " " For Pat. Cassock to Ireland 161 179
" " " For Walter Butler to Dunkirk 179
" " " For Sir John Cockeran, and Gawen Kennedy his servant, Jas. Hamilton, David Dunram, and John Gordon, to Sweden or Poland. 161 179
" " " For Thos. Churchman and servant to Dublin, Ireland 170 179
" " " For Sir John Ogle and 2 servants to Holland, on desire of Serjeant Dendy 161 181
" " " For Philip, Lord Stanhope, and servants to France 160 181
" " License For the agent of the Prince of Conde to export 20 horses for the Prince 160
July 5 Pass For Abr. Cæsar to Holland 170 178
" " " For John Clawbergh, merchant, to Salingou, whereof he is citizen 170 178
" " " For Gilb. Kirkewood to Holland 170 178
" " " For Ant. Stillier to Holland, on desire of Capt. Bushell 170 179
" " " For Abraham and Mark Rottier for France, on desire of Col. Montague 170
" 6 License For Col. Mayo, of Switzerland, to export 6 horses from Dover 171 180
" " Pass For " his brother, M. Graffery, M. Vatteville, and 2 servants, to France 171 180
" " " For M. de Verth to France, on desire of Col. Mayo 171 180
" " " For Capt. Geo. Moreton, servant, and footman, to Holland 172 181
" " Lieut.-Col. Worsley. To allow the Earl of Northampton, now under restraint at Westminster, to go to his house at Banbury, on bond not to depart without license. 185
" 10 Officers of Dover, Rye, and Gravesend. To apprehend and keep in custody, should he attempt to pass their port, John Lorcan, servant to Capt. Holland, in the Strand, near the new Exchange, for breaking open his master's trunks and taking a large sum of money. 182
" " Pass For Gerard Herickssen to Holland 173 182
" " " For Nich. Faes, Susanna his mother, and 6 other Dutchmen to Holland 173 182
" " " For Wm Treves, and his wife Eliz. Hamilton to Holland 173 182
" " " For John Leendertssen to Holland 173 182
" " " For Johannes Vostermans to Holland 173 182
July 10 Pass For Marg. Hide with man and maid to Holland, on desire of Capt. Bushell 173 183
" " " For Nath. Tuke and Joan his wife " on certificate from Dr. Allen, &c. 173 183
" " " For Johannes Brelklingins, of Holstein, to France, on desire of the Danish Ambassador 173 184
" " " For And. Dick, grandchild of Sir Wm. Dick, to Scotland 173 184
" " " For Edm. Butler, and Marie his wife, and servant, to Ireland 173 184
" " " For Paul Methwyn and John Yerbury, with servant, to Flanders, on desire of Col. Montague. 173 184
" 11 " For Charles, son of Sir Chris. Hatton, beyond seas 174 183
" " " For Thos. Payton and servant to France 174 193
" " License For Thos. Lower to stay in town a month, the late proclamation notwithstanding 174
" " " For Sir Nich. Selwyn to stay in town till further order, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 174
" " " For John Harvey and Thos. Peck to stay in town till further order, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 174
" " " For Thos. Peyton to stay in town 2 months, the late proclamation notwithstanding 174
" 12 " For Rich. Arundel " " for his health, on physician's certificate " 175
" " " For Lord Brereton of Cheshire to stay in town for one month " 175
" " Pass For Col. Rob. Sydney and servant to Ireland, at request of Lord Lisle 176 185
" 13 " For Sir Thos. Chamberlain and 2 servants beyond seas 179 185
" " License For Lord Home to stay in town till further order, the late proclamation notwithstanding 179
" " " For Lord Paget " at his house at Drayton, though only 15 miles from London, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 179
" " " For Mr. Dugdale to stay in town till further order, the late proclamation notwithstanding 181
" " " For Robert, Lord Rich, to stay in town a fortnight, " " 184
" 17 Pass For Johannes Fridericus, Georgius Fenricus, and Fudreas Guilielmus to France 186 186
" " " For Roger Manley and servant to the Low Countries, on desire of Mr. Dorislaus 186 186
" " " For Matthew and Hen. Crombien, and Nich. le Fievre to Holland 186 186
" " " For John Walter to Holland 186 186
" " " For Anne Pordage and Marie Whitby to Holland 186 186
" " " For Chas. Wheeler to Holland 186 187
" " " For Francois Ingram " on a certificate 186 187
" " " For Cornelis Van Stight to Zealand 187
" " " For Sir Thos. Hanmer to Flanders, moved by Lord Lambert 174 187
" " " For Jerome Alexander to Ireland 186 187
" " " For Mrs. Fridaysweed Stephens to France 186 187
" " " For Bernard Smith to Holland 186
July 17 Pass For Thos. Timberly to France, on desire of Capt. Bushell 186
" " " For Corn. Bee, Sam. Menne, and Wm. Minshew, booksellers, to Holland, on desire of Mr. Blagden. 186
" 18 License For Forreira Rebello to transport a coach and furniture to Portugal 185
" " Pass For John Chichester and servant to Ireland or France, at desire of Edw. Sydenham 186 188
" 19 " For M. Fauher, servant to Lady Mayerne, to Switzerland 187 188
" " " For Thos. Gilbert to Ireland 187 188
" " " For John Grace " on request of the Earl of Mulgrave 188 189
" 20 " For Ralph Sulyard and servant to Holland, on desire of Capt. Bushell 192 188
" " " For Valentine Kent to France, on desire of Col. Boseville 192 188
" " " For Edw. Moley and Jas. Farrell to Ireland 192 189
" " " For Alex. Birne to Ireland 192 189
" " " For Edm. Shee " 192 189
" " " For Mich. Crake " 192 189
" " " For Everard Hermanssen and Gedeon Holstein to Ireland 192 189
" " " For Pieter Van Mars and Fred. King to Ireland 192 189
" " " For Wilhelm Von Burgstein and 3 other Germans beyond seas 190 189
" " " For William Herbert and his lady, Lady Talbot, his sister, 4 maids, and 3 men beyond seas 190 190
" " " For Chris. Cussnck to Flanders 192 190
" " License For John Spilman to transport 2 horses from Rye beyond seas 192 191
" " Pass " ", son, and servant beyond seas 192 191
" 24 " For Geo. Provender and wife to Holland 201 190
" " " For Pieter Jan Jacob Peterson Suankenburgh to Holland 201 190
" " " For Fras. Slingsby, captain of a foot company in France, and his servants to France, moved by Lord Lambert. 201 191
" " License For Fras. Slingsby to transport 2 horses to France from Rye 201 191
" " Pass For Benj. Madock, Jasper Needham, and John Williamson, beyond seas 201 193
" " License " " to export 2 horses from Dover 201 226
" " " For Jan Vanhaven and Pernell his wife, beyond seas 201
" 26 Pass For Capt. Hen. Ubank, an officer of the Prince of Condé 206
" " " For Guilliam Sujet to Holland 206 192
" " " For Hilbrant Colder " 206 192
" " " For Wilhem Cool " 206 192
" " " For Nicolaes Nuisen and Roeloff Crans to France 206 192
" " " For Sir Fras. Peter, Bart. Watkins, and servant to Holland 206 192,195
" " " For Marg. Haynes to Holland 206 193
July 26 Pass For Signor Domingo Vincentisio, an Italian, and servant to Scotland, on a certificate 206 193
" " " For Hendrick Clea and servant to Holland 206 194
" " " For John Dan. Gazell and Ant. Polidge to France 194
" " " For Fras. Wilson to Holland 206 197
" " License For Col. Lockhart to export 2 horses from Gravesend, moved by Lord Lambert 205 197
" 27 Pass For Lady Dorothy Manwood, Eliz. Hobart, her sister, 2 men, and a maid, to Holland 194
" " Nich. Bond To provide officers and necessaries for the entertainment of the ambassador from Sweden, he being appointed steward. 207 194
" " License For Edw. Rolt, going to Sweden on the Protector's service, to export 6 horses for his journey, custom free, from Deal. 207 195
" " " For Thos. Payton to transport 2 horses beyond seas from Rye 207 197
Aug. 1 Pass For Killian Rustewein or Julian Richlewen to France, on certificate of John Arminger 216 195
" " " For Lord Lumley and servant to the Spa 216 196
" " " For Sir Otto and Sir Hen. Rantzow and Paulus Owen, gentlemen of Denmark, to France 216 196
" " " For Jan de Bosch to Holland 216 196
" " " For Jas. Cooke " 216 196
" " " For Francois Van Gelsdorp. Johannes Vander Blake, and his wife Adriana to Holland 216 196
" " " For Roeland Carpenter to Holland 216 196
" " " For John Horemans " 216 196
" " " For Wm. Vinck, cousin to Lord Nieuport, to France 216 197
" " " For John Tracy and servant to France, on desire of Martin Noel 216 198
" " " For Wm. Duncombe, pensioner in the Charterhouse, to Ireland, on the governors' certificate of leave. 216 198
" " " For Alex. Goffe to Flanders, on desire of Col. Wetton, signified by Mr. Kelway, one of his Highness's gentlemen. 216 198
" " " For Ant. Poretch, a jeweller, beyond seas, on certificate of John Alman of Blackfriars 216 198
" 3 " For Nicolaes Kerff to Holland 219 198
" " " For Pieter and John Verbeeck and Jacob Van Duynen to Holland 219 198
" " " For Hans Juriaens and 2 other Dutchmen to Holland 219 198
" " " For Sam. Dubrie to Holland 219 199
" " " For Jacob Ouderwater to Holland 219 199
" " " For Hendrick Van Swolingen to Holland 219 199
" " " For Ingelinus Caw and servant " 219 199
" " " For Godefridus, and Levina Snellius, and Herucles Sevenhuysen 219 199
" " License For Sir Ralpb Freeman to come to London and stay a month, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 219
Aug. 3 License For Hen. Neville to come to London and stay 4 months, the late proclamation notwithstanding, for dispatch of private affairs. 219
" 7 Pass For Reynold Van Rensen and Wm. Ewson to Holland 224 199
" " " For Mary Cosins and maid to France 224 200
" " " For Capt. Cooke to France 224 200
" " License For " to export 2 horses from Rye to France 224 200
" " Pass For D'Bouter Vanbraist to Holland 230 201
" " License For Col. John Cromwell to export 2 horses from Gravesend to Holland 224 201
" 9 Pass For Hendrik Pott to Holland 200
" " " For Johannes Vinkel to Holland 229 200
" " " For Salomon Colvenier, and 2 other Dutchmen, to Holland 229 201
" " " For Geo. Colt and servant to Ireland, on desire of Mr. Ingoldsby, one of his Highness's gentlemen. 230 201
" " " For Malachi Harris and Joan Williams to Holland 229 201
" " " For Mary Roberts and Sarah Somerset to France, on desire of Mr. More, Lord Lambert's servant. 230 201
" 10 " For Theodore Lovell to Holland 230 202
" " License For " to export 2 horses to Holland 230 202
" " Pass For Sir Wm. Davenant to France 230 202
" " " For Balthazar De la Sam to Holland 232 202
" " " For Francois Guiot to Holland 232 202
" " " For Jas. Craig to Holland 232 203
" 15 " For Marm. Constable, and servant, to Flanders 236 203
" " " For John Richardson and servant to France 236 204
" " " For Bernardus Beeckman to France 236 204
" " " For Joachim de Sughers " 236 204
" " " For Alex. Vygh to Holland 236 204
" " " For David Maertens, Johannes Van Hengel and servant, and 2 other Dutchmen, to Holland 236 204
" " " For Rob. Parke to Ireland 236 205
" " " For Thos. Berthe, Jean Lanyer, Aubin Goutier, Marg. Chetiff, Magdalen Baportebled, Joanne le Meret, and Mary Galloy, to Poland, at request of the French Ambassador. 235 205
" " " For Bernard Oseman, with his wife, Mathew Oseman, and child, to Holland 235,246
" 16 " For Edw. Birch to Dunkirk 241 205
" " " For Sarah Cooper to Holland 241 206
" " " For Fras. More to Holland 241 206
" " " For Cornelis du Boot and servant to France 241 207
Aug. 21 Pass For Capt. Archibald Douglas and his brother William to France 246 206
" " " For Meinert Mercus to Holland 246 206
" " " For Marten Cingleshoeck to Holland 246 206
" " " For Rob. Maghtingall, and 3 other Dutchmen, and a wife, to Holland 246 206
" " " For Thos. Browne to Flanders 246 207
" 24 License For Lord Ambassador Nieuport to export 10 horses, custom free, from Gravesend to Holland. 247 207
" " " For Gilbert Bartholomew to export 1 horse for the Lord of Opdam, Admiral of Holland, from Gravesend to Holland. 247 207
" " " For Peter Julius Coyet, envoy from Sweden, to export 20 horses from Gravesend, for the King of Sweden, custom free. 247 208
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend Sir Peter Wentworth, K.B., and bring him before Council 208
" " Pass For Thos. Naxschovius of Denmark, and servant to France 208
" " " For Wm. Paleman and Nath. Lytton beyond seas 211
" 28 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Edw. May, — Bynny, and Dan. Easterton, and bring them before Council 209
" 29 Pass For Hen. Hunter and Phil. Strode to France 256 209
" " " For Johannes Van Loon, cousin to Lord Nieuport, Dutch Ambassador, to France 256 209
" " " For Seywart Teyls to Holland 256 209
" " " For John Stepney, his wife, Thos. Lewis, and a maid, to Flanders 256 211
" 30 " For Nic. Lanyer, from beyond seas, to Dover or any port convenient for London, bringing such things as belong to the arts of music and painting. 258 214
" 31 " For Mariana, wife of Lieut.-Col. Bland, employed in the West Indian Expedition, to Ireland, to fetch her 5 young children, reside with them in England, and return with them and her servants. 210
" " License For M. Fras. Those, President of the Courts of Justice in Calais, to export 6 horses from Dover. 256 210
" " " For the Count de Charest, Governor of Calais, to export 6 horses from Dover 256 210
Sept. 4 Pass For Joast Janssen to Holland 268
" " " For Nathan Bird, and Sarah, his wife, to Holland 268 212
" " " For Alex. Levingston to Holland 268 212
" " " For Jacob Cassel, Sarah, his wife, their son, and maid, to Holland 268 212
" " " For John Pendall to Holland 268 212
" " " For Jacob Steinwey to Rouen 268 212
" 5 " For Lawrence Talbot to Ireland 273 213
" " " For Wm. Lower to Holland 273 213
" " " For Jacob Van Borsselen and 3 others to Holland 273 213
Sept. 5 Pass For Wm. Vermeer and Jacob Uytenbrocek to Zealand 273 213
" 6 " For Johannes Kio Debreceni and Martinus Bekesi, Hungarian students, to the Low Countries. 213
" " " For Mathys Vander Broeck and Adriaen De la Hary to Holland 277 214
" " " For Johannes Van Horne and Adrianus Van Wannemaker to Holland 277 214
" " " For Johannes Van Bodancourt for Zealand 277 214
" " License For Prince D'Harcourt, or his agents, to export 8 horses from Dover for his own use, being moved by Mr. Secretary. 276 217
" 7 Serj. Dendy To apprehend — Sherman, and his papers of public concernment, and bring them before Council. 279 214
" " " To apprehend Tim. Cruso, sen., merchant of London, and bring him before Council 279 215
" " " " Tim. Cruso, jun., and bring him before Council 279 215
" " Pass For Sir Kenelm Digby and 4 servants beyond seas, on his desire, signified by letter to Mr. Jessop. 279 220
" " " For Jan Jurian and his wife, Jamelien Jans, to Holland 279 198
" " " For Andreas Van Wile and John Danielez " 279
" 11 " For the Black Dog of Sweden to Sweden 281 216
" " " For Alaffe Niallson to Sweden 281 217
" " License " " to export 3 horses from Gravesend, custom free, 2 being sent by his Highness, and one by Lord Whitelock. 281 217
" " " For Burgomaster de Witt, of Amsterdam, to transport 2 horses from Gravesend 281 229
" " Keeper of the Gatehouse. To receive John Lingley and keep him prisoner during his Highness's pleasure, for endeavouring to surprize Chester Castle. 281 217, 223
" 12 Pass For Petrus Van Hertsbeeck, John Dedel, and 4 others to France 283 218
" " " For Richard, son of Sir John Trevor, beyond seas, to travel for 3 years and return 283 218
" " " For Hen. Farmer and a servant to the Spa, on request of Capt. Bushell 283 218
" 13 " For Wm. Bray to Amsterdam 287 219
" " " For John Cornelisen Dop and Divertien Gerrits to Holland 287 219
" " " For John Van Dalen to Holland 287 220
" " " For Hans Sigismund and 2 others of Harnoult to France 287 220
" 14 " For James and Step. Bunce to France 288 219
" " " For John Baptist Poelin, merchant, to France, on desire of Geo. Withers and Ald. Fowke 288 219
" " License " " " " to export a horse from Dover to France 288 219
" " " For Wm. Kiffin to transport 2 horses from Gravesend to Holland 288 221
" 18 Pass For Lord Paslay, his lady and servants, and coach and 3 horses, to Scotland 292 220
" " " For Phil. Sweycker to Holland 292 221
" " " For Jacob de Cuyser and Sampson Pronger to Holland 292 221
Sept. 19 Pass For Hugo Gravesend to Holland 296 222
" " " For John Danidts " 296 222
" 20 " For M M. de la Metarien du Mesnil, and de Thorse, to France 296 221
" " " For Jos. Antunes and Thos. Dowdall, merchants, for Portugal, on desire of several merchants. 300
" 21 " For John Hepburn, of Alderstone, Scotland, to Scotland, with servants and horses, on desire of Capt. Buchan. 300 222
" " " For Edw. Picks to France 300 222
" " License For Hugh May to remain in town, the late proclamation notwithstanding 299
" 25 Pass For John Messervey to Jersey, by way of France, on desire of Capt. Messervey 308 222
" " " For M. Jaques de Castle-Franc to France 308 224
" " " For Jane Fettiplace and child to Holland 308 224
" " " For Rich. de la Hoyde to Ireland, on certificate from Thos. Meara 308 225
" " License For Thos. Morgan, of co. Monmouth, to come to London and Westminster on business, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 301
" 26 Pass For M de Barrière, agent of the Prince of Condé, to export from Dover 6 horses, part of the 20 ordered for the Prince by Council 4 July 1655. 224
" " " For Martin Ordishede for Holland 308
" 27 " For M. Guillaume de Boncheral, and 5 other French gentlemen, with 4 servants, to France 311 224
" " " For Fredericus Adolphus Hanguitz and 3 other German gentlemen, with 2 servants, to Flanders, on certificate by John Banister that they came over to see the universities. 311 225
" " License For Mdlle. Adriana Joachim, of the Hague, Holland, to embark from Brill and land in any port of England, the Hague and Brill being certified as free from contagion. 309 226
" " " For Lord Broghill to export 4 horses from Gravesend 310 229
" 28 Col. Whichcott To deliver Chris. Feake and John Rogers, prisoners at Windsor Castle, to the agent of Commissary Gen. Whalley, to be conveyed to Sandham Castle, Isle of Wight, with a safe guard. 314 225
" " Capt. Thos. Boreman, governor of Sandham Castle. To receive the said men, and keep them in safe custody 314 225
" " Pass For Step. Noe to France 314 231
" " License " to export 2 horses from Dover to France 314 231
Oct. 2 Pass For Thos. Audevy, corporal of Col. John Cromwell's garrison at Utrecht, to Holland, at request of Mr. Strickland. 316 226
" " Nich. Bond To appoint officers and make provision for the diet and entertainment of the ambassador from Venice, paying therefor from moneys received from Council's contingencies, he being appointed steward. 227
Oct. 2 Pass For Geo. Wicher to Holland 318 227
" " " For Pieter Opmeer " 318 227
" " " For Christian Kinchott to Holland 318 227
" " " For Ignatius Brett to France, in exchange for Capt. Garnett 318 228
" " License For John Bellasis, to export 2 horses from Rye to France 316 228
" " Pass For Rob. Hartred and Chas. Georges to Calais 318 228
" 3 License For Domingo Vaes de Brito, to transport to Lisbon a coach and furniture for 6 horses, for the Marquis of Niza, of the Council of State to the King of Portugal. 322 227
" " " For Wm. Gwynn to come and reside in London and Westminster, the late proclamation notwithstanding. 322
" " " For Sir Rob. Mansell to transport 4 horses beyond sea 322
" 4 Pass For Sir Rob. Mansell 322
" " " For Arfind Ifferson, Nich. Applegreen, and Magnus Utera, with 2 servants, to Holland 324 228
" " " For M. de la Tour to France, on desire of M. Barrière 324 228
" 10 " For Rebecca Launder and 2 servants to Dunkirk 329 230
" " " For John Thompson to Holland 329 230
" " " For Sibrant and Sacharias Janssen to Holland 329 230
" " " For Henriens Bordens " 329 230
" " " For Cornelis Van Beveren and 3 others to France 329 230
" " License For Mr. Berkell, a Dutch gentleman, to export 2 horses from Dover 329 230
" " " For Ant. Deane to export 3 horses from Rye 329 234
" 11 " For the governor of [St.] Valery, in France, to export 2 horses from Dover, at request of Vice-Adm. Lawson. 322 231
" " " For Mich. Lemprière, bailiff of Jersey, to export thence 10 English horses to France, at request of Dr. Lemprière. 332 234
" 12 " For Phil. Mayo to export 4 horses from Dover to France 333 231
" " Pass For Mat. Brand to Holland 335 232
" " " For Mattheus Heswiegh and John Van Gena to Holland 335 232
" " " For Pieter Horne to Holland 335 232
" " " For Nicholas Vontius " 335 233
" " " For Paulus Claessen, Pashier Clavessen, and Abr. Wister to Holland 335 233
" " " For Henrick Goldenburgh to Holland 335 233
" " License For the Venetian ambassador to export 6 horses from Dover, custom free 333 240
" 17 " For Thos. Howard to export 2 geldings from Gravesend, at request of Viscount Lisle 316 232
" " Pass For Don Alonso de Cardenas, Spanish ambassador, with his retinue and goods, to his master's dominions in Flanders. Renewed 23 Oct. 337 233, 236
" 19 " For Fras. Cholmondeley and Chas. Cotton to France, for improvement of their studies 338 234
Oct. 19 Pass For Thos. Cordell, and Henry and Art. Ingram, to France, on desire of Lord Lambert 338 235
" " " For Edm. Wylde and servant to Geneva and Switzerland, on his own request, having been a member of the Long Parliament. 338 235
" " " For Wm. Ward, his wife, 3 men, and 2 maids, to Ireland 338 235
" " " For Ant. Stephens to Holland 338 235
" 20 " For Edmund, Robert, and William, sons of Col. Jas. Sheffield, with a servant, to France 341 235
" " License " " " " to export 4 horses from Rye to France. 341 241
" " Pass For Geo. Maghie to Scotland and Ireland 341 236, 237
" " License For Thos. Kerby to export 2 geldings from Gravesend 341 236
" " " For Thos. Baxter to export 1 gelding from Dover 341 236
" " " For Sir Rob. Stone to export 2 horses from Gravesend 341 241
" 21 Wm. Booker, marshal at St. James's. To apprehend Rob. Thorold, engaged in treasonable designs 266
" 22 License For Don Alonso de Cardenas, Spanish ambassador, to transport 10 horses and his goods from Dover to Dunkirk, excise free. 341 237
" 23 " " " " " " custom free 341 237
" " Pass For Arent Kinsan to Holland, on desire of Lord Strickland 344 238
" 24 " For Cornelius Fred. de Ridder to Holland all granted on desire of Amb. Nieuport 344 237
For Johan Reael " all granted on desire of Amd. Nieuport 238
" " " For Franciscus Berijen " all granted on desire of Amb. Nieuport 238
" For Dan. de Boevery " all granted on desire of Amb. Nieuport 238
" " " For Johan Sixty to France all granted on desire of Amb. Nieuport 239
" " " For Nich. Van Swyeren to France all granted on desire of Amb. Nieuport 239
" " License For Peter Civett to export from Dover 2 horses, custom free 316 240
" 30 " For John Ramsey, to export, custom free, 1,800l. of Dutch money, taken prize in the Red Rose of Amsterdam, and sold to him by the Commissioners for Prize Goods. 352 241
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend John Parrey, and bring him before Council 353 242