Minute Book: June 1664

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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June 1664

June18 Petition from George Feilding, son of the Receiver of the revenue of Recusants to the late King (on reference from the King of the 1st inst.), concerning portions of his patrimony unjustly lent by Elizabeth Feilding, his mother, and William Weston, his uncle, being his trustees, to Sir John Jacob, Sir Paul Pindar, Sir John Wolstenholm and Sir John Harrison, in 1641 and 1642. Referred: to the Customs Farmers. [Ibid. X. p. 268.]
[?June 18.] The royal warrant of the 10th inst., read and entered, to permit the Duke of Brunswick to transport to Holland six horses and 16 couple of dogs. Order: to the Customs Officers to observe same. [Ibid.]
June 29. Petition from Peter Richant, one of the sureties for his brother James Richant, late Commissioner of Excise, who is found in arrear, praying payment of a Privy Seal for 1,500l. due to petitioner, subject to the deduction of his said brother's arrear. With Treasurer Southampton's minute. "What Mr. James Richant is in arreare is to be allowed by His Majesties command upon the petitioner's Privy Seal and thereof the Commissioners of the Excise are to take notice and to forbear any process, and upon the petitioner bringing them a tally are to deliver up their [the sureties'] bond." [Ibid. XII. p. 114.]