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Warrants of the Protector and Council: May 1658 - June 1659

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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1658-9. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1885.

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May 1658–June 1659

Date. To Subject. References.
1658. I. 78. I. 114.
May 4 Pass For Dorothy Paston, Frances Bedingfield, and Frances Thompson, to the Spa 598 119
" 6 License For John Banister to transport 2 horses from Gravesend to Holland " 119
" " " For Hen. Howard, of co. Berks, to come to London and Westminster on business 598
" " " For Fras. Finch, of Rushock, co. Worcester, to come to London on business 601
" 9 Pass For Hugh Cholmley and 2 servants to France 119
" 13 " For John Clavering, of Calloby, and servant 618 120
" " " For Anne Moseley and 2 servants to France 618 120
" " License For—Anderson to come to London for 10 days and return, under the same restraint as at present. 617
" 20 " For—Kirton, now in custody, to reside at his house co. Oxon, on security to remain there, and give himself up when required. 631
" 25 " For Sir Wm. Russell to come up to London and reside there till next Trinity term 637
" " John Lord Barkstead. To receive Fras. Witherington and Wm. Weyfell, and keep them in the Tower for corresponding with Charles Stuart. 120
" " " " To allow Col. Roger Broadridge, prisoner in the Tower, to go abroad and prosecute his lawsuit, on his former security. 634
June 1 License For the 3 officers of Col. Salmon's regiment going from Portsmouth, and the 3 of Col. Guibon's from Deal to Mardike, to export their horses, not exceeding 9, custom free. 662
" " Pass For Thos. Yates, wife, and 2 servants, beyond seas 657 121
" " " For Ant. Craven to Holland 657 121
" " " For Wm. Meples and servant to Holland 657
" 4 " For Allan Lockhart and 3 servants to Mardike 672 122
" 8 License For John Barrington to export a horse from Rye to France 673 122
" " Pass For " and one horse from Dover to France 673 122
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend—Sheldon, and deliver him to the Lieutenant of the Tower, for carrying a challenge to a duel from the Earl of Chesterfield to Capt. John Whalley. 666 122
" " Lieutenant of the Tower. To receive and detain him in custody 123
" " Serj. Dendy To deliver the Earl of Chesterfield and Capt. John Whalley, now in his custody for fighting a duel, to the Lieutenant of the Tower 666 123
" 13 License For Fras. Finch, Rushock, co. Worcester, to come to London next Trinity term on private affairs. 669
" " " For Hum. Walrond, of Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon, to pass to Dorsetshire and Devonshire, and return to Scotland on his own business. 669
" 15 " For Lord Powys to return to his house in the country 686
" " Pass For Rich. Roe to Venice 689 123
June 15 Pass For Sir Walter Vane and 2 servants to Holland 692 123
" " " For Lieut. Wellmore, lieutenant in Maj.-Gen. Morgan's troop, with servants and 2 horses to Flanders, he having also a pass from Gen. Monk. 692 123
" " " For Wm. Gale, appointed one of the preachers to the forces in Flanders 124
" " License For " to transport 2 horses custom free 124
" " Pass For Rich. Pettus, Bradwardine Tindall, and Peter Linne to France 124
" " " For And. Balfour and servant to France 689
" " License For Lord Powys and his family to return to his house in the country 686
" 17 " For Thos. Stourton and servant to France 703 125
" " " For Thos. Dobson " " 703
" " " For Sam. De Valoys for France, on desire of Lord Claypole 703
" 22 Pass For Walter Thynne to Holland 124
" " " For Roger Bretteridge and 2 servants from London to any convenient port, and thence to France, according to the tenor of a pass of 25 May 1654. 709 124
" " " For Lord and Lady Strangford and Lady Diana Sidney, with 7 men and 3 women servants to France. 705 125
" 24 " For Rob. Douglas, with 3 horses and 2 servants, to Flanders 719
" " " For Walter Thynne to Holland 719
" " " For Wm. de Gerbert, Frenchman, to France 724 125
" " " For Sir Edw. Witherington, lady, and 3 men and 2 maid servants to the Spaw 719 126
" " " For Leonard Grey, younger son of the Earl of Stamford, and servant to France 719 129
" 29 " For Rich. Bridgman, wife, and 2 maids, to Holland 724 126
" " " For Sam. Kevett to Holland 724 126
" " " For—Fountaine and 2 servants to France 125
" " " For John Lumley, eldest son of Viscount Lumley, with wife, two children, gentlewoman, maid, and 3 men, to France 724 125
" " " For And. Mollet, wife, and servant, to Hamburg 724 125
" " " For the Countess of Arundel to France, for recovery of her health, with 14 servants, coach, 2 horses, furniture of a chamber, apparel, &c. 692 125
July 1 " For Wm. Jones and 1 horse to Flanders 727 128
" " " For—Beck and Ferdinando Gorges to France 727 128
" " " For Ralph Sheldon, wife, and 3 servants, to France 730 128
" " " For Sir Hen. Goring, lady, and 4 servants, to France 730 129
" " " For Gab. Mollett and 1 servant beyond seas 730
" " Keeper of Newgate To receive Jonathan Hancock, John Goodwin, and Hum. Breach, suspected to have had a hand in the late traitorous design in London, and John Tirwhitt, suspected to be a Romish priest, and keep them in safe custody. 128
July 6 License For M. de Sanguin, agent from the King of France, to transport 7 horses to France custom free. 731 129
" " Pass For Edw. Rich and Hen. Selby to France, on desire of Chas. Rich, his Highness's avenor 737 129
" " " For Hen. Killigrew and John Browne to Holland, on desire of the Earl of Barrimore 737
" 8 " For Fred. Kretzchmar, sent to solicit his Highness about the 20 Bohemian families, beyond seas. 745 130
" " " For Hen. Thornhill and 2 servants to France 745 130
" " " For Wm. Scott and servant to France 745
" " " For Gab. Mollett and servant to France 745
" 13 " For John Atkinson, Stowell, co. Gloucester, and servant, to the Spaw 749 130
" 22 " For Capt. Nicholas for Dunkirk 763
" 27 " For Jasper Maine, Lord Cavendish's tutor, to Paris 131
" 29 " For Fras. Vernon to Holland 770 131
" " " For Lieut. Hen. Berry, wife, child, and maid, to Holland 770 131
" " " For Thos. Draper and 2 servants to France 770 131
Aug. 3 " For Sir Mat. Tomlinson, one of the Council of Ireland, to come to England and remain 3 months. 772
" " " For John and Lady Frances Tufton, children of the Earl of Thanet, with Nath. Powell and 4 servants, to the Spaw. 775 132
" " " For Chas. Ross to Flanders 776
" " " For Lady Anne Brudenel, Frances and Anna Maria, her children, Peter Savage, 4 men and 2 women, to France. 776 132
" 6 " For Thos. Arden, John Wyniff, of Lincoln's Inn, Rich. Read, M.D., of Witham, and Hen. Ayloffe, of Branstead, both co. Essex, with 3 servants, to France. 133
" " " For Sir John Chichester and 4 servants to France 123
" 12 " For Sir John Ogle, lady, and 4 servants, to Ireland 791
" " " For Chas. Ross, with horse, arms, &c., to Dunkirk 791 134
" 13 " For John Pye, Esaias Ward, and Thos. Rainton, to Holland 791 134
" 17 Serj. Dendy To take into custody a person apprehended, and now at the Falcon, Perpoole Lane, suspected to be engaged in a dangerous design, and bring him before Council this afternoon. 791 133
" " Pass For Isabella Barber and maid to Middleburg 796 134
" " License For John Henley to export a horse to use in one of his Highness's troops in Flanders 792 134
" " " For Amb. Lockhart " 6 horses for his own use custom free 792 134
" 19 Pass For Grace Jenkinson, of Covent Garden, Paul and Alice Neale, both young, with man and maid, to Holland. 802 134
Aug. 19 Pass For Sir Ant. Morgan, Elizabeth his wife, Mary their daughter, 2 men, and 2 maids, to France. 803 135
" " Col. John Bingham, Governor of Guernsey. To cause Wm. Ashburnham, prisoner there, to be conveyed under guard to Windsor Castle for his health, and delivered to the Governor there. 797 135
" " Col. Chris. Whichcott, Governor of Windsor. To receive Ashburnham and keep him in safe custody 797 135
" " Col. Rob. Guibon To cause George, Duke of Buckingham, to be conveyed under guard to the Tower, and delivered to the lieutenant. 135
" " John, Lord Barkstead. To keep him in safe custody in the Tower 136
" " Pass For Mustapha Dargeir, a Turk, many years slave to the Spaniards, but escaped through France, to Turkey. 802 136
" 24 Keeper of Newgate To receive Rob. Pyne, charged with speaking traitorous words against the Protector, and keep him in custody. 136
" 26 License For Col. Edw. Cooke to export 4 horses for his officers, now bound for Flanders, in his Highness's service. 814 136
Sept. 2 Col. Whichcott To cause John, Earl of Lauderdale, prisoner in Windsor Castle, to be removed to Warwick Castle. 820 138
" " Governor of Warwick Castle. To receive " " and keep him prisoner till further order 821 138
" " Col. Whichcott To cause John, Lord Sinclair, to be removed to Carisbrook Castle 821 138
" " Governor of Carisbrook Castle. To receive " and keep him prisoner there till further orders 821 138
" " License For Rob. Browne, consul at Algiers, to export, custom free, parcels of silver, viz., a tankard, 2 salt cellars, 4 trencher plates, a candlestick, extinguisher, pair of snuffers, 2 spoons, poringer, caudle cup, and tumbler. 826
" " Pass For Sir Rob. Stone and servant to Holland 827 Missing Order Book. (fn. 1)
" 7 " For Eliz. Cartwright, Abigail Hobart, her daughter, and 2 servants to Holland 24 139
" " License For Lord Widdrington to stay in the country 22
" " " For Ralph Davison to come to London 23
" 9 Pass For M. de Rohan and servants to France 29 139
" " " For Wm. Dormer and servant to France 29 139
1658. Missing Order Book. I. 114.
Sept. 9 Pass For Marquis de Neufchastel and servants to France 29 139
" " " For Capt. Moore and one horse beyond seas 29
" 14 " For Rob. Baker and servant to France 36 140
" " " For Hen. Mills, Richard his son, and servant to Holland 36 140
" " " For William, Lord Herbert, John Denham, and 5 servants beyond seas 36 140
" 16 " For Lord Bruce, eldest son of the Earl of Elgin, his lady, 12 men and women servants, his coach, &c., to France. 39 141
" " License For Lord Bruce to export 3 horses from Dover to France 39 141
" " " For Rob. Honeywood to export 1 horse from Gravesend to Holland 39 141
" " Pass For " and 3 servants to Holland 39 141
" " " For Lieut. Jas. Watts and servant to Holland 39 142
" " " For Mahomet, Mustaoth, Hamal, and Abdullah, all Turks; Abducadir, Achmet, Sillan, and Hamel, all of Sally, to their native countries. 39 141
" " License For Sir Phil. Mountaine to come to London 41
" 24 " For Alley and Achmet, Turks of Algiers, from any port to their own country 142
" " " For Rich. Fanshaw beyond seas— 54
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend and bring Caleb Burton in custody before Council 53 143
" 30 Pass For John Marsley and Arnold Harris to Flanders 65 143
" " " For Rich. Clifton and servant to France 65 143
" " License For Col. Wm. Cromwell to export a horse 61 143
Oct. 5 Pass For John Paulet, eldest son of Lord Paulet, with Mr. Boyle his tutor, and servants to France. 69 143
" " " For Nich. Lanière and 2 servants to come from Flanders, and bring such pictures of his as he thinks fit. 144
" 7 " For And. Mollett and wife beyond seas 74 144
" 19 Governor of Cornet Castle, Guernsey. On a Council order of this day, to send John Ashburnham, prisoner there, in safe custody to the Tower. 96 144
" " Lord Barkstead To receive and keep him prisoner in the Tower 96 144
" 20 Pass For Lieut. Heningham and servant to Flanders 101 145
" " " For Capt. Alvarez Pinckney, Wm. Pinckney, and servant to Holland 103 145
" 25 " For Wm. Babb beyond seas 104
" " " For Rob. Geere beyond seas 104
" " " For Geo. Symond beyond seas 104
" 26 " For Mary Ledger, with a little box, to Dunkirk, to her husband, a trooper under Capt. Mills. 103 145
" 28 " For Edm. Hobart and servant to France 112 145
Nov. 1 Pass For Edw. Noel, son to Viscount Camden, Wm. Leech, and servants to France 114 146
" 9 " For Charles, Lord Buckhurst, Edw. Sackville, Thos. Barton, John Jenyngs and George Potts beyond seas. 124 146
" " License For Sir Nich. Cole to come to London 124
" 11 Pass For Wm. Colegrave and servant to France 138 146
" " " For Charles, Viscount Dungarvan, Rich. Boyle, his brother, and 2 servants, to France 138 146
" " " For the Earl of Middlesex and 5 servants to France 138 147
" " " For Lord Peters and servants to France 137 147
" 12 License For Wm. Tillis to export 2 horses to Flanders, custom free 147
" 16 Pass For Nich. Bagnall and 3 servants to France 143 148
" " " For Thos. Bury beyond seas 143
" " License For Sir Fras. Cobb to come to London 156
" " " For Thos. Davison " 156
" 20 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Major John Harris, and bring him in custody before Council 152 148
" 27 Pass For Don John of Austria 163
Dec. 1 " For Rowland Bellasis, Mr. Moone his gentleman, and servant, to France 174 147
" 2 Marshal-General To deliver Wm. Howard, in custody at St. James's, to Serj. Dendy, to be kept in Lambeth House. 148
" " Serj. Dendy To receive " and keep him in safe custody at Lambeth House 148
" 3 Pass For Chas. Povey and servant beyond seas 183 148
" " " For John Ridley, servant to Lord Carbery, to France 174 149
" " License For Lady Mary Stuart, daughter to the Duchess of Richmond, to export 2 horses from Dover. 149
" 9 Pass For John Bond, beyond seas 208
" " Lord Barkstead To receive Major Henshaw prisoner in the Tower 204 150
" " Governor of Guernsey. To send Sir Thos. Payton, husband of Lady Payton, now in his custody, to Windsor Castle 201 150
" " Governor of Windsor Castle. To receive " " " and keep him in custody 150
" 14 License For M. Serinchamp to export 3 horses 151
" " Pass For George Kirk and servant to France 239 151
" 17 " For Morris Griffin, to Holland 239 151
" 23 " For John Paston and servant to France 258 151
" 28 " For Wm. Edwards, merchant, consul to Aleppo, beyond seas 263 152
" " Serj. Dendy To apprehend Major Rob. Harlow, and bring him in safe custody before Council 266 152
" " " To seize his papers and writings, and bring them before Council 266 152
Dec. 30 Pass For Jas. Pepin, Protestant merchant of Rochelle, to Acadia in America, to recover his debts. 273 153
1658–9.
Jan. 20 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Sir Hen. Jones, and bring him in custody before Council, and also to search for, seize, and bring in all his letters and papers. 320 155
" " Lord Barkstead To receive Rob. Harley [or Harlow], and keep him in custody in the Tower, on suspicion of high treason and other misdemeanours. 320 153, 154
" 25 " To receive Jas. Halsall, committed on suspicion of high treason, and keep him prisoner in the Tower 155
" " " " John Sturgeon " " " 155
" " " " Sir Hum. Bennett " " " 155
" " " " Rich. Bins, alias Barton, or Mason " " " 155
" " " " Greg. Baldwin " " " 156
Feb. 15 Pass For Luke Skippon and Thos. Pockley, with 2 servants to France 364 156
" " " For 6 hoy masters employed by Ralph Smith to carry stores from Queenborough Castle to Whitehall, for service of the State. 156, 157
" 24 License For a servant of Lord Bruce to export a horse to France for his lord's use 157
March 3 Pass For Charles, Viscount Dungarvan and ship, and Rich. Boyle, beyond seas 381
" " " For John Pope beyond seas 381
" " " For Sir Walter Vane and servants to Holland 381 157
" " " For Rich. Graham beyond seas 381
" 10 " For Capt. Gilbert Cooke and servant, in service of the States General, to Holland 389 157
" 17 License For William, Earl of Bedford, to export a horse from Rye to France 396 157
" 22 Lord Barkstead To receive Capts. Papachine and Boniface, pirates taken in the Straits, and keep them in custody 401 158
1659.
Mar. 31 Protection from impress. For 29 harpooners and steersmen named, and others not named, taken up by the Muscovy Company for this year's voyage to Greenland, and needful for the killing of whales. 158
" " Pass For John Middleton, of Stockeild, co. Durham, being a child of 7 years old, with his tutor and 2 servants, to France. 158
Apr. 1 " For Wm. Till, surgeon to Lord Lockhart's regiment of horse at Dunkirk, to Dunkirk 159
" 8 " For Clemence Griffith, child, and 2 maids, to Holland 160
" 9 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Rob. Bowden of Dover, and bring him in custody before Council 420 159
" " " " Cornelison Peterson Swart, captain of a galliot hoy, and bring him before Council. 421 159
" 18 Pass For Susan Neile, child of 5, man, and maid, to Holland 160
" 26 " For Sir Thos. Mackworth, Bart., and 2 servants, to France 160
1659. Missing Order Book. (fn. 1) I. 114.
May 5 Pass For Daniel, son of Col. Norton, and 2 servants to France 161
" 26 " For Wm. Dormer beyond seas 26
June 7 " For Col. Brettridge " 56
" " " For Phil. Gerard " 56
" 9 " For Hen. Carr " 59
" " " For Edw. Howard " 59
" 13 Warrant For 2 brace of bucks to Lord Lambert 65
" " " For a buck to Col. Thompson 65
" 15 " For one buck each to Cols. Walton, Rich, and Morley 69, 70
" " " " Wm. Cawley 69
" " " " Mr. Harby 79
" " " " Sir Art. Hesilrigge 69
" " " " Lord Whitelock 77
" " " " " Hen. Hungerford 74
" " " " " Hen. Martin 74
" " Pass For Wm. Carter beyond seas 70
" " " For John Bloomer 67
" " " For Thos. Neale and others 70
" " " For Wm. Stoddard 70
" " " For Chas. Taliaffer Desovetast 74
" 17 Warrant To deliver a buck to Josias Berners 82
" " " " " Hen. Nevill 82
" " " " " Col. White 82
" " " " two brace to Lord St. John and his son 82
" 21 " " 13 bucks, persons not named 90
" " " " " Henry Smith 93
" " Pass For Lord Petre beyond seas 93
" 23 " For Lieut. Rob. Woldborne beyond seas 101
" 27 Warrant To deliver a brace of bucks to Sir Art. Hesilrigge 111

Footnotes

  • 1. The entries from this and the following Missing Order Books are taken from the Indexes to their proceedings, in I. 84 and I. 85 of the Interregnum Papers, where they may be found under the initials of the name or place.—ED.
  • 2. See note on page 579.