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Warrants of the Protector and Council for Payment of Money.

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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 for Payment of Money.

Date. By To Object. Sum. References.
1655. £ s. d. I.75. I.105.
Jan. 1 Gualt. Frost Nichs. Bond For provision against the coming of the Ambassador Extraordinary from Genoa. 300 0 0 128
" 2 " Edw. Tyton and Ant. Compton. For the coachmen named by Sir O. Fleming, for attending several foreign ambassadors and agents. 123 10 0 637 128
" " " Ambrose Randolph For ¾ year's salary for keeping the Paper Office, in Whitehall. 120 0 0 129
" 11 " Col. Ingoldsby For fire, candles, &c., for the guards of his regiment, to be paid from Council's contingencies instead of the Army contingencies. 20 0 0 636 129
" 26 " John Embree On account, for repairs of his Highness's houses, part of the 5,000l. lately paid in for contingencies, on report from the Commissioners on his petition. 2,500 0 0 649 130
" 31 " Peter Sterry For one quarter's salary as preacher at Whitehall. 50 0 0 661 131
" " " Hugh Peters For 3 quarters' salary as preacher at Whitehall 150 0 0 660 132
" " " Joseph Carill For 1 " " " to 23 March last. 50 0 0 661 132
" " " " For one quarter's salary as preacher at Whitehall, to 23 June last. 50 0 0 661 133
" " " René Augier For allowance for his secretary, employed in France, at 10s. a day from 20 April 1654 to 19 Jan. 1654–5. 136 10 0 705 137
Feb. 9 " Rebecea, relict of Sir Abraham Williams. For one quarter's rent for her house in Palace Yard. 75 0 0 133
" " " John Embree To pay to Hen. Martin, on his rendering possession of Derby House, for one year's rent for the same. 100 0 0 134
" 10 " Col. Barkstead On loan, to pay the 800 soldiers recruited in his regiment by orders of 20 and 25 Dec. last. 369 11 8 677
Feb. 16 Gualt. Frost Nich. Bond Balance of his account of 338l., moneys expended in entertainment of the ambassador of Genoa. 38 10 5 665, 749 134
" " " " For officiating as steward for the entertainment of the Genoa ambassadors. 30 0 0 665, 749 135
" " " — Mushee For officiating as master cook at the said entertainment. 20 0 0 665, 749 135
" " " Lady Margaret Levingston. Weekly allowance out of the Council's contingencies. 4 0 0 678 136
Bridget Bray
Judith Hobson
Francis Blunden
" " W. Jessop Lord Lambert For small disbursements in the State's service 2 0 0 685
" " " Col. Jones " " " 3 0 0 685
I.76.
" 28 Gualt. Frost Ambrose Randolph For half-a-year's salary as keeper of the Paper Office in Whitehall. 80 0 0 96 156
I.75.
" " " Porters, gallery, clock, and chapel keepers, gardeners, &c., at Whitehall. For a quarter's salary due 15 Feb. 72 10 0 742 139
I. 76.
" " " Richard Nutt, Master of the barges. For going down with the barge to Gravesend, 22 July and 1 Aug. last. 5 12 6 96 153
" " " " " For bringing the ambassador extraordinary from Genoa from Gravesend 4 Jan. last. 10 6 0 96 153
I. 75.
March 23 " Major Wm. Packer Money lent for pay of his Highness's regiment of horse, which attend the guard at the Mews. 200 0 0 739 137
" " " Commissary - General Whalley, and the rest of the Committee of Officers. Towards pay and discharge of the new listed soldiers in the several regiments and troops of horse. 500 0 0 739 138
" 27 " 13 soldiers of Col. Barkstead's regiment. As a gratuity for their diligence and suffering in conveying some moneys intended for Scotland to Lee Road. 40 0 0 140
March 30 Late Treasurers-at-war Present Treasurers-at-war. Balance in hand of the 150,000l. raised by Act of 7 April 1652, for arrears of the forces in Scotland. 3,000 0 0 755 141
" " Treasury Comrs. Late Treasurers-at-war. In repayment of the said sum when required 3,000 0 0 755
April 4 Gualter Frost Keylway Guydott To officiate as steward for managing of the expenses of the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer for the Western counties. 300 0 0 2 142
" 6 " John Embree For repairing Whitehall and other of his Highness's houses. 1,000 0 0 5, 6, 12 142
" " " Richd. Pight, clerk of the irons, and surveyor of the melting houses in the Mint. For discovering and prosecuting coiners 50 0 0 1, 12 143
" " " Thomas Banks For officiating as steward for managing the expenses of Oyer and Terminer for the Northern circuit. 200 0 0 3 143
" " " Wm. Williams For a quarter's salary for printing the bills of mortality. 2 10 0 144
" " " Joseph Teate For his journey into Ireland to preach 50 0 0 144
" " " Lieut.-Col. John Roseworm's wife. For a quarter's salary due to her husband, at the rate of 10s. a day. 45 10 0 1 145
" 24 " Capt. Wm. Rhodes To be paid by him on a report of CommissaryGen. Whalley and Lieut.-Cols. Worsley and White, in discharge of quarters. 79 19 0 45 145
" 27 " Wm. Jessop, clerk of the Council. To be paid by order of Council 20 0 0 146
" 30 " William Wheeler For a year's rent for the passage going into Cannon Row. 1 6 8 96 157
" " " Rebecca, relict of Sir Abr. Williams. For one quarter's rent for her house, ready furnished, in the Palace Yard. 75 0 0 96 152
" " " Richard Scutt For one half year, for setting up of lights in the several passages in Whitehall. 6 0 0 96 154
May 2 " Com.-Gen. Whalley, Cols. Twistleton and Goffe, Major Packer, Lieut.-Cols. Worsley and White, and Col. Barkstead. In addition to 500l. paid, for discharge of the new listed soldiers in their regiments. 200 0 0 54 148
May 4 Gualter Frost Nich. Bond For making provision for the entertainment of the Marquis de Lede, Ambassador Extraordinary from the King of Spain, he giving account to the auditors of imprest. 300 0 0 55 146
" " " Peter Sterry For one half year's salary 100 0 0 147
" " " Hugh Peters For half a year's salary as one of the preachers at Whitehall. 100 0 0 147
" " " Rob. Roberts For the soldiers who recovered the horses of Lord Chief Justice Rolle and Baron Nicholas, seized by the rebels at Salisbury. 78 0 0 59 149
" 11 " Walter Strickland For charge of his late journey into the north by Council's order. 6 17 0 71 148
" " " Robert Proberts, servant to Gen. Desborow. For charge of Desborow's journey into the west by Council's order. 40 0 0 71 149
" 22 " Com.-Gen. Whalley, and the rest of the Committee of Officers. For further payment of the late recruits of horse. 500 0 0 157
" 23 " Serj. Dendy Due for charge of prisoners lately committed to him. 100 9 0 84 150
" " " " " For disbursements in the time of the late Council of State, on report from the Commissioners thereon. 106 7 0 84 150
" 24 " 12 house officers at Whitehall. For a quarter's salary to 15 May 72 10 0 151
" " " John Mills, late quartermaster. On his petition referred to Council 40 0 0 85 153
" " " Wm. Williams For printing the weekly bills of mortality, one quarter. 2 10 0 96 153
" " " Richard Nutt, master of the barges. For bringing the ambassador from the King of Spain from Gravesend to London. 28 12 6 96 154
" " " Dr. Walter Walker, Advocate. For 1¼ year's salary 125 0 0 96 155
" " " Marchmond Needham For half-a-year's salary 50 0 0 96 158
May 24 Gual. Frost Lieut.-Col. John Roseworn's wife. For a quarter's salary due to her husband 45 10 0 96 158
" " " Nich. Bond For disbursements for entertainment of the Spanish ambassador, beside the 300l. already paid. 39 11 10¼ 92 160
" " " " For officiating as steward at the said entertainment. 30 0 0 92 160
" " " —Mushee For service as master cook at the said entertainment. 20 0 0 92 160
" 29 " Dan. Wynn, keeper of the Mews. For salary, and coal, candles, and faggots for the troops that kept guard there. 98 10 0 159
" 30 " George Vaux, housekeeper at Whitehall. For a year's salary and cleaning the passages in Whitehall. 150 0 0 182
June 1 Treasury Comrs. Gual. Frost For Council's contingencies 5,000 0 0 115
" 5 " Sir Thos. Honeywood Object not stated 500 0 0 118
" 7 " Lord Hen. Cromwell For 50l. each to 10 godly ministers, with whom he has treated to preach the Gospel in Ireland, Rob. Child to be one, on certificates given in of their approval by the Commissioners for Ministers. 500 0 0 124
" " Gual. Frost Auditor Darrell For labour about books touching Recusants and their estates. 50 0 0 161
" " " John Embree For repair of his Highness's 6 houses 2,500 0 0 122
" 8 Treasury Comrs. Major Rob. Sedgwick Advance of his pay as one of the Commissioners for the service under Gen. Venables. 300 0 0 126
" 9 Gual. Frost Edward Rolt Towards preparing for his journey to Sweden, being sent by his Highness with the ratification of the treaty. 200 0 0 159
" 12 " James Chetwind For pains in transcribing accounts and other transactions about the affairs of Ireland and Scotland. 20 0 0 162
" " " Martin Noel To answer letters of credit given by him to Mr. Moreland, who was sent envoy to the King of France with his Highness's letters about the Protestants in Piedmont. 200 0 0 126 162
June 12 Gualt. Frost Keylway Guydott For disbursements as steward to the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer for the Western circuit, balance of his account of 478l. 0s. 3d., with 50l. reward for service. 228 0 3 129, 143 163
" 21 " John Ireton & Co. For wares and commodities for his Highness 150 13 0 165
" 26 " Nich. Lockier For 1½ years' salary 300 0 0 163
" 28 " Susan Bowen In lieu of so much to be paid by the Committee for maimed soldiers, by order in Council of 10 May last, but they had not so much money. 10 0 0 129 164
" 29 " Eliz. Parnel For her present relief, beside her pension, payable by the Hospital Committee. 10 0 0 152 164
" " " Edmund King, late servant to Col. Mackworth. Reward for services in many public affairs 30 0 0 154 165
" 30 " Capt. John Owen For pens, ink, books, &c., furnished to the clerks of Council from 23 March to 23 Dec. 1654. 176 9 10 273 174
July 10 " Daniel Whistler For his journey, sent by his Highness, to the King of France. 300 0 0 166
" " " Edw. Rolt For his journey to Sweden 300 0 0 166
" 12 " Rich. Pight For his charges in discovering and prosecuting coiners. 50 0 0 178 167
" " " Wm. Jessop To be issued by Council's order 10 0 0 167
" 17 " George Downing Sent by his Highness to the Protestant Canton in Switzerland. 300 0 0 185 168
" 24 " Roger French For buying beds, blankets, and sheets for the forces in Windsor Castle. 60 0 0 208 168
" " " Charles Rich For the coachmen, footmen, and trumpeters that attended the Spanish and other ambassadors. 145 3 6 169
" " " Edw. Tyton Ant. Compton For the footmen, coachmen, and trumpeters for attending the Genoa and other ambassadors. 148 3 6 169
July 27 Gual. Frost Benjamin Master For publishing the Latin translation of the proceedings about the Protestants in Piedmont. 5 0 0 206 171
" 31 Excise Commissioners John Phelps For Hampton Court manor and rectory, on report of the Commissioners for inspecting the Treasuries. 750 0 0 460
Aug. 3 Gual. Frost Major Dan. Redman For the 4 troops who are to be sent into Ireland from Port Patrick. 71 13 4 170
" " " Chas. Walley For sending two of the said troops from Chester to Ireland. 150 0 0 170
" 9 " Rob. Walton For cloth and baize for coats of his Highness' watermen, on a report of the Admiralty Commissioners. 39 1 6 228 172
" 14 " Capt. John Nicholas Disbursed to the horse, dragoons, and foot raised on the order of 5 March 1654–5, as certified by the Committee of Officers for reducements. 178 14 6 232 171
" 17 " Marg. Kilvert, Susan Fulcher, Mary Morley, Marg. Kinkid, James Burrell, and Malcolm Carter. 5l. each for their relief, on their petition 30 0 0 241 173
" 31 " Nich. Bond For expenses in the entertainment of the ambassador extraordinary from the King of Sweden, besides 300l. already paid. 37 0 258 172
" For officiating as steward at the said entertainment. 30 0 0 258 173
" " " Phillip Starkey For service as master cook 20 0 0 258 173
Sept. 4 " Capt. Hen. Farwell For charges in removing 80 barrels of powder in June 1653 from the Isle of Wight to the navy store at Portsmouth, and 28 barrels from Portsmouth to Carisbrooke Castle in Sept. 1653. 4 1 0 268 177
" 7 " Rich. Swayne and Anne his wife. For rent of land claimed by him as his inheritance, being employed for fortifications under the Castle of Shrewsbury. [Vol. 100, No. 99a.] 20 0 0 175
Sept. 7 Gual. Frost 12 household officers at Whitehall. For a quarter's salary due 13 Aug. 72 10 0 179
" 11 " Thos. Simons, graver of the Mint. On account for work done and to be done, to be discounted, with 200l. already paid, when all is finished. 200 0 0 270 174
" 14 Wm. Walker Col. John Barkstead For pay of officers and soldiers recruited by him last May before they entered into army pay from army's contingencies. 84 9 4 288
" 19 Gual. Frost Lady Rebecca Williams. For one quarter's rent of her house 75 0 0 175
" " " Lieut.-Col. John Roseworm. For a quarter's salary due to him 45 10 0 176
" " " Wm. Williams For printing the weekly bills of mortality for a quarter. 2 10 0 176
" 20 " William Wheeler For a year's rent for the passage going into Cannon Row. 1 6 8 200
" 25 " Daniel Gookin In advance for his charges to New England 300 0 0 303 177
" " " Col. Goffe For paying the charges of recruits of horse lately entertained in Lord Lambert and Col. Saunders' regiments. 210 0 0 303 178
" " " Thomas Maynard For his expenses about his journey into Portugal, and his services there. 200 0 0 287, 301, 303 178
" 26 " Richard Scutt For setting up lights in the passages at Whitehall, ½ a year. 6 0 0 184
Oct. 9 " Cornt. Jos. Strangeways. 8l. for himself and 40s. for the soldiers that went with him to carry Feake and Rogers to Sandham Castle, Isle of Wight. 10 0 0 327 179
" 12 Wm. Walker Lieut.-Col. Worsley For fire and candles for the guards last year from the army's contingencies. [I. 112, p. 246.] 30 0 0 323
" 17 Gual. Frost Countess of Kildare For transport of herself and children into Ireland, beside the 20l. ordered for the children 11 May 1654. 100 0 0 180
" 26 " Thomas Maundy For a mare provided by him for Scotland 119 8 0 348 185
" " " Thomas Browne As late agent and consul for the English nation in Tunis, Barbary. 200 0 0 318 192