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Warrants for the Payment of Money: May 1658 - June 1659

Pages 584-589

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. By To Object. Sum. References.
1658. £ s. d. I. 78. I. 106.
May 18 Gualter Frost Surveyor Embree For erecting a place in Westminster Hall for the High Court of Justice. 100 0 0 622
" " " Clement Kinnersley For hanging a place in Westminster Hall for the High Court of Justice with red stuff. 100 0 0 622
June 1 " Sir Wm. Lockhart For contingent charges concerning the forces in Flanders. 300 0 0 648
Sept. 30 " Thos. Bury and Step. Seeres, porters at Whitehall. For expense of sea coals in the porter's lodge last winter. 6 0 0 819 76
Oct. 4 " Thos. Trapham, surgeon. For medicaments for the forces in Flanders, on his note, by order of Council of 1 June. 108 7 75
" 5 " Saml. Hartlib For industry and expenses in the service for three quarters of a year. 75 0 0 70
" " " Dr. W. Walker, advocate. For a year's salary 100 0 0 70
" " " Wm. Williams For half a year's salary for printing the weekly bills of mortality. 5 0 0 70
" " " 12 household servants at Whitehall. For half a year's salary 155 0 0 71
" " " Marchmond Needham " " 50 0 0 71
" " " Ambrose Randolph For three quarter's salary as keeper of the papers in Whitehall. 120 0 0 72
" 8 " Serj. Dendy For lodging and diet of prisoners at Lambeth House, three quarters. 188 17 0 801 72
" " " 11 serjeants' deputies For riding charges and diet of prisoners, three quarters. 721 0 6 802 73
" " " 11 messengers of Council For riding charges, three quarters 236 0 8 802 72
" " " Capt. John Owen For stationery, &c. 144 5 0 802 72
" " " Rich. Scutt, usher For firing, candles, &c. 323 3 0 802 72
" " " Rich. Nutt, bargemaster For fetching and carrying the Duc de Crequy, &c. 44 16 0 802 72
" " " Lieut.-Col. Roseworme For half a year's salary as engineer-general 91 0 0 74
" " " Lady Rebecca Williams For three quarter's rent for her house in Palace Yard. 225 0 0 74
Oct. 9 Gualter Frost Wm. Wheeler For 1½ year's rent for the passage into Canon Row. 2 0 0 74
" 20 " Thos. Trapham For medicaments for the forces in Flanders 92 2 10½ 75
Nov. 2 " Lieut.-Col. Roseworme For one quarter's salary 45 10 0 76
" " " Peter Sterry For half a year's salary 100 0 0 77
" " " Nich. Lockyer " " 100 0 0 77
" " " Hugh Peters " " 100 0 0 78
Dec. 20 " Rich. Scutt For setting up lights in the passages at Whitehall, 1½ years. 18 0 0 76
1658–9.
Jan. 11 " Saml. Hartlib For his industry and expense in several public services, one quarter. 25 0 0 75
" 14 " Thos. Bury and Stephen Seeres. For sea coals in the porter's lodge at Whitehall this winter. 6 0 0 77
" 31 " Lady Rebecca Williams For one quarter's rent for her house in Palace Yard. 75 0 0 78
Feb. 15 " George Vaux, housekeeper at Whitehall. For three quarters' salary 112 10 0 79
" " " Wm. Williams For one half year's salary for printing the Bills of mortality. 5 0 0 79
Mar. 21 " 13 household servants at Whitehall, including Geo. Vaux, housekeeper. For half a year's salary 192 10 0 82
1659.
Mar. 31 " Saml. Hartlib For industry and expense in the service, one quarter. 25 0 0 79
" " " Lady Rebecca Williams For a quarter's rent for her house in Palace Yard 75 0 0 80
" " " Lieut.-Col. Roseworme For one quarter's salary as engineer-general 45 10 0 80
April 28 " Serj. Dendy For half year's lodging and diet of prisoners in Lambeth House, ending Jan. last. 125 13 0 81
" " " 10 serjeant's deputies For half year's riding charges and diet of prisoners. 552 6 4 81
" " " 9 messengers of Council. For half year's riding charges 277 4 10 81
Date. By To Object. Sum. References.
1659. £ s. d. I. 106.
April 28 Gualter Frost Rich. Nutt, bargemaster For fetching up the Dutch ambassador, Oct. 1658, and attending Council to Somerset House. 8 0 0 81
" " " Rich. Scutt, usher For candles, stationery, &c., for a year 193 2 6 81
" " " 6 under clerks For their charges to Hampton Court, at 1s. a time 21 0 0 81
" " " Capt. John Owen For stationery, &c. half a year 77 15 9 81
" " " Serj. Dendy For charge of prisoners and other expenses to 6 May 67 19 0 83
" " " 8 serjeant's deputies For journeys, gratuities, &c., to 6 May 245 14 5 83
" " " 5 messengers For journeys, to 6 May 51 1 9 83
" " " Rich. Scutt, usher For fuel, lights, &c., half a year, to March 1659 190 16 0 83
" " " Capt. Owen For stationery, &c., to May 1659 92 19 4 83
WARRANTS for PAYMENTS by the COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
1659. £ s. d. I. 107.
May 11 Auditor of the Exchequer. Rich. Hutchinson, Navy Treasurer. From the customs and new impost, &c., above the 167,734l. 10s. 2d., on the farm of excise of beer, ale, &c., already ordered, on an order of 10 May. [Also Vol. 203, No. 4a.] 20,000 0 0 343, 346
" 12 " " Treasurers-at-War For the forces and garrisons in England and Wales 2,780 0 0 340
" " " " Edw. Backwell, goldsmith, of London. For two weeks' pay of the garrisons at Dunkirk and Mardike, on order of 11 May. 800 0 0 342, 343
" 13 " " " " Imprest for Dunkirk garrison, on an order of Parliament of 12 May. 1,000 0 0 341
" 17 " " John Phelps, clerk of Parliament. For service, on a Parliament Order of 13 May 50 0 0 339, 340
" 18 " " Treasurers-at-War Imprest for the army 10,000 0 0 338, 339
WARRANTS for PAYMENTS by the COUNCIL OF STATE.
Date. By To Object. Sum. References.
1659. £ s. d. Missing Order Book. (fn. 1) I. 107.
May 27 Auditor of Exchequer Rich. Hutchinson, Navy Treasurer. From the customs and new impost, above the 167,734l. 10s. 2d., moiety of the farm of excise of beer, ale, &c., already ordered. 20,000 0 0 24 1
" " " " Treasurers-at-War In part of the 167,734l. 10s. 2d., moiety of the said farm, ordered to them. 1,465 0 0 2
" 30 " " Edw. Backwell, goldsmith, of London. Imprest for Dunkirk garrison, on an order of 26 May, in foreign specie. 3,000 0 0 35 3,6
" " " " Treasurers-at-War On account for forces and garrisons 1,316 10 4 5
" " " " Rich. Hutchinson For sick and wounded soldiers, orphans, and widows, at Ely House and the Savoy, on an order of 30 May. 3,000 0 0 28 4,6
June 6 " " Treasurers-at-War For the forces and garrisons, in part of his yearly assignment. 2,877 0 0 8
" 7 " " Rich. Hutchinson From excise and new impost, above his yearly assignment, on an order of 6 June. 50,000 0 0 7,8
" " " " Gualter Frost For Council's contingencies 200 0 0 54 7, 9
" 9 Gualter Frost Quartermaster Stevenson. For his care in apprehending Harman Barnes, securing arms and ammunition, including 40s., to the soldiers that assisted him, on order of 25 May. 5 0 0 52 9
" 13 Auditor of Exchequer Gualter Frost For bills charged on the Treasurers-at-War by Majors Ludlow, Wade, and Waring, and Capts. Crofts, Gorges, and Peter Ceely, for the militia troops, cos. Wilts, Gloucester, Somerset, Cornwall, and Salop; on order of 7 June. 1,200 0 0 54 10, 11
" " " " Col. Wm. Lockhart Repayment of so much advanced by him to pay the garrisons of Dunkirk and Mardike; ordered 7 June. 1,700 0 0 53 10, 11
" 14 " " Rich. Hutchinson Due to Denis Gauden on contracts for provisions for the navy. 3,000 0 0 69 12
" " " " Gualter Frost To be issued by order of the Committee of Council employed to manage intelligence. 500 0 0 12
1659. £ s. d. Missing Order Book. I. 107.
June 15 Auditor of Exchequer Gualter Frost To be advanced to Col. Lockhart for his present negotiation. 500 0 0 67 16
" " " " " For the Commissioners' plenipotentiary 600 0 0 71
" " Rich. Hutchinson, Navy Treasurer. Denis Gauden To repay so much borrowed of the assessments 3,000 0 0 70
" 17 Auditor of Exchequer Gualter Frost For payment of moneys taken up on bills of exchange by the Commissioners plenipotentiary, to defray the charge of their negotiation. 2,000 0 0 13
" 18 Gualter Frost John Powell To be issued by him on directions of the Commissioners plenipotentiary. 4,000 0 0 14
" " " Col. Wm. Lockhart For the charge of his negotiation 500 0 0 71 16
" 21 " Thos. Scott For intelligence 40 0 0 90 17
" " Auditor of Exchequer Rich. Hutchinson For relief of sick and maimed soldiers, widows, and orphans, in Ely House and the Savoy. 3,020 0 0 17
" " " " Edw. Backwell 4 weeks' payment for Dunkirk and Mardike garrisons, to be paid to the governor of Dunkirk, in foreign specie. 1,600 0 0 111 18
" 23 John Baynes, Receiver-General in Scotland. Persons appointed by Gen. Monk. For repairs of Holyrood House 1,000 0 0 95 18
" " Gualter Frost Major John Wade For the militia troop under him in co. Gloucester, on account for payment while in actual service. 200 0 0 20
" " " Capt. John Crofts For like payment while in actual service in co. Gloucester. 200 0 0 20
" " " John Hallett for Capt. Peter Ceely. " " for his troop in co. Cornwall. 200 0 0 21
" " " Fras. Kitching for Major Wm. Ludlow. For payment while in actual service for his troop in co. Wilts. 200 0 0 21
" " " Hen. Taylor Gratuity being sent with letters from Gen. Montague from the fleet. 20 0 0 22
" " " Thos. Scott For intelligence 30 0 0 109
" 24 Auditor of Exchequer Treasurers-at-War On account of their yearly assignment, for the forces. 2,820 5 0 19
" 27 Gualter Frost Wm. Geering On account, for his journey to France 20 0 0 22
" 28 Auditor of Exchequer Denis Gauden For biscuit, at 16s. 6d. the cwt., and cheese, at 36s. 6d. the cwt., delivered for Dunkirk. 1,315 18 0 136 23
June 29 Gualter Frost Lieut.-Col. Heane As a mark of favour from Parliament for service. 30 0 0 112 23
Capt. Thos. Guy 20 0 0 112 23
" " " Col. Ashfield, Col. Packer, and Lieut.-Col. Pierson. For the charges of themselves and 2 others sent to Dunkirk. 100 0 0 114 25
" " Auditor of Exchequer Treasurers-at-War On their yearly assignment for the forces 2,004 0 0 24
" " " " " " For Lieut.-Col. Elton's regiment under Maj.-Gen. Lambert, in part of a warrant of the Army Committee, 30th Oct. last, for 1,027l. 16s. 8d. 444 13 4 100 24
" " Gualter Frost Rob. Hughes, for Capt. Sam. Price. For his militia troop in North Wales, whilst in service. 200 0 0 113 25
" 30 " Wm. Heyford, for Major Edm. Waring. For his militia troop in co. Salop, whilst in service. 200 0 0 27
" " " Cols. Morley and Walton. For intelligence, 10l. each 20 0 0 119 28

Footnotes

  • 1. See Note on p. 579.