Warrants etc: June 1700, 1-15

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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'Warrants etc: June 1700, 1-15', in Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700, (London, 1933) pp. 364-380. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-treasury-books/vol15/pp364-380 [accessed 21 April 2024]


June 1700, 1-15

[? June 1.] Military Establishment of Ireland under the royal sign manual: to commence from June 1st inst.
Per an.
£ s. d.
General Officers, detailed 13067 3 4
Military Contingencies 1000 0 0
Military incidents (rent of the Horse Guards stables 100l.; fire and candle for Dublin Castle 60l.) 160 0 0
Field and Staff Officers, detailed 705 13 4
4 Regiments, each of 6 Troops of a Capt., Lieut., Cornet, Quarter Master, two Corporals, one trumpeter and 36 private Troopers 45089 13 4
Field and Staff Officers 632 13 4
4 Regiments of respectively six, eight, six and four Troops composed as above 25934 8 4
Royal Regiment Field and Staff Officers 851 13 4
17 Companies (each of officers and 38 private men) and two Companies of Grenadiers 15488 3 4
19 Regiments, each of nine Companies of officers and 38 private men and one Company of Grenadiers, 8051l. 5s. 10d. each Regiment. 152974 10 10
The charge of the Ordnance (superior officers, inferior officers in Dublin, Londonderry, Charlemont, Galway, Athlone, Limerick, Cork, Kinsale, Duncannon, Carrickfergus) 3638 7 9
Extra allowance (of 3d. per private horseman and 1d. per private foot) for two Troops of Horse and three Regiments of Foot on duty in Dublin 2415 1 8
(Londonderry and Culmore fort, Limerick, Kinsale, Duncannon, Dublin and Ross Castle) 1952 15 0
Military Pensions: Per an.
£ s. d.
Col. O'Donnell pursuant to the capitulation between Lieut. Gen. Ginkle and him 500l. per an.; Col. Henry Lutterell the like; Sir James Jefferys in lieu of a Company 182l. 10s. 0d. 1182 10 0
Annual charge for fire and candle for the Barracks.
Arklow 2 foot soldiers 68 0 0
Athy 1 horse 36
Athlone 1 horse 5 foot 159 5 0
Athenry 2 foot soldiers 44 0 8
Altmore 1 foot soldier 14
Armagh 1 foot soldier 19
Abbyowney 1 foot soldier 19
Bray 1 foot soldier 34
Bantry 1 foot soldier 34
Boyle 1 horse 30 10 0
Banagher 2 foot soldiers 38
Ballaghy 1 foot soldier 19
Belturbet 1 horse 30 10 0
Belcoe 1 foot soldier 14
Ballyshannon 1 foot soldier 25
Burroughs Ossa 1 foot soldier 22
Barnesmore party 11
Blackbank 1 foot soldier 14
Bryansbridge 1 horse 30 10 0
Belfast 2 foot soldiers 56
Belclare 1 foot soldier 14
Ballyconnell 1 foot soldier 14
Carlow 1 horse 36
Carricknethure 1 horse 36
Clonmel 2 horse 68 10 0
Capperquine 1 horse 43
Cork 11 foot soldiers 374
Callan 1 foot soldier 26 10 0
Colecormack 1 foot soldier 16 10 0
Clare Castle 2 foot soldiers 78
Cullen 1 foot soldier 19
Charleville 1 horse 34 5 0
Carrick Drumrusk 1 foot soldier 22
Cooloney 1 horse 34 5 0
Castlebar 1 horse 30 10 0
Cavan 1 horse 34 5 0
Coleraine 3 foot soldiers 66
Culmore 1 foot soldier 28
Charlemont 3 foot soldiers 66
Carlingford 1 foot soldier 34
Carrickfergus 1 horse 6 foot soldiers 204
Clonawley Church 1 foot soldier 14
Dublin 2 horse 33 foot soldiers 1208
Duncannon 3 foot soldiers 102
Dungarvan 1 foot soldier 34
Drogheda 2 foot soldiers 68
Dingle 1 foot soldier 25
Drombale 1 foot soldier 14
Dundalk 1 foot soldier 34
Downpatrick 1 horse 36
Dungannon 1 horse 25 10 0
Enniscorthy 2 foot soldiers 68
Enniskillen 3 foot soldiers 75
Four Mile Water 1 foot soldier 19
Fina 1 foot soldier 14
Galbally 1 foot soldier 16 10 0
Galway 22 foot soldiers 858
Garrison 1 foot soldier 14
Garrydwellin 1 foot soldier 14
Headford 1 horse 30 10 0
Jamestown 1 foot soldier 19
Killmackthomas 1 foot soldier 19
Killenaule 1 foot soldier 16
Kilkenny 1 horse 4 foot soldiers 140 5 0
Kinsale 22 foot soldiers 748
Kilnuddy 1 foot soldier 16 10 0
Killevan Church 1 foot soldier 14
Longford Pass 1 foot soldier 14
Longford 1 horse 30 10 0
Limerick 22 foot soldiers 858
Lanesborough 1 foot soldier 22
Loughrea 1 horse 30 10 0
Londonderry 6 foot soldiers 168
Lifford 1 horse 34 5 0
Maryborough 1 horse 34 5 0
Mullingar 1 horse 53
Mallett 2 foot soldiers 28
Macrome 1 foot soldier 22
Mallow 1 horse 34 5 0
Nine Mile House 1 foot soldier 19
Navan 1 horse 43
Newmarket 1 foot soldier 25
Nenagh 1 horse 2 foot soldiers 84 5 0
Newtown Limdy [Limavady] 1 horse 34 5 0
Newry Mountains 1 foot soldier 19
Newry 1 horse 43
Needen 1 foot soldier 19
Philipstown 1 foot soldier 14
Portumnia 1 horse 2 foot soldiers 64 15 0
Ross Castle 2 foot soldiers 38
Roscrea 1 foot soldier 19
Roscommon 1 horse 34 5 0
Ross Co. Wexford 2 foot soldiers 68
Sharkin 1 foot soldier 34
Silvermines 1 foot soldier 21 10 0
Sligo 2 foot soldiers 50 10 0
Trim 1 horse 43
Tralee 1 foot soldier 19
Thurles 1 horse 30 10 0
Tullogh 1 horse 38
Virginia 1 foot soldier 14
Wicklow 3 foot soldiers 102
Wexford 3 foot soldiers 102
Waterford 8 foot soldiers 272
Youghal 2 foot soldiers 68
Fire and candle for the Guards at Dublin, Limerick, Galway, Charles Fort and Athlone. 166
Barrackmasters at 24 towns or forts, detailed 803
Charge of the Office and charge of repairs and supplies 581 10 0
£9836 10 0
Total Establishment 277,358l. 13s. 7d. per annum. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, pp. 68–77.
June 3. Royal warrant to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for 50,000l. to Edward Nicholas as imprest for the servants of the Queen Consort &c. King's Warrant Book XX, p. 329.
Money order for 545l. to William Popple, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade for half a year's salary to 1699 Sept. to himself and clerks and officers of said Office. (Money order dated June 12 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 119. Order Book V, p. 182.
Same for 500l. each to John, Earl of Bridgewater and Ford, Earl of Tankerville late Commissioners for Trade and Sir Philip Meadows, William Blathwayte, John Pollexfen, John Lock, Abraham Hill and George Stepney present same: for half a year's salary to 1699 March 25. (Money order dated June 12 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 119. Order Book V, p. 181.
William Lowndes to Mr. Shepherd and partners. Please attend me to-morrow before I go to Hampton Court that I may communicate to you the King's pleasure relating to your proposal for farming the Excise. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 233.
Same to Mr. Blathwayt to prepare a royal warrant for taking off the respit for March and April 1692 on the pay of Lieut. Col. William Culliford, former Major of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons commanded by Col. Edward Matthews since dead: he being then attending the Office of Ordnance at the Tower. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Alexander Daniell as deputy patent searcher in Bristol port loco Arthur Ingram who relinquishes.
Alexander Glover as a tidesman, Yarmouth port loco Roger Burford deceased. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, pp. 79, 80.
Same to same to direct payment of 627l. 4s. 4d. to the coal meters of London port for their services in measuring the coals brought into said port for one year ended 15 May 1699 being after the rate of a halfpenny per chaldron out of which they are to allow a moiety to the under meters. Ibid., p. 79.
June 3. Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Mark Wildbore, Customer of Harwich, shewing that he was Collector of Whitehaven at the Revolution where he stopped arms and ammunition going to Dublin to Tyrconnell, which were afterwards transported to Londonderry "and was a great means of saving that town"; that he paid the freight and transport charges of same; and further was employed whilst at Whitehaven by the Navy Commissioners and Transports Commissioners in hiring and fitting ships for transporting the army to Ireland for which he advanced a month's pay to every ship; also bought and provided provisions both for men and horses for the said service: in all which he sustained great losses and has never had any allowance for his incident charges and for time and pains in coming to London to solicit for his disbursements: that he is 1900l. in arrear to the King which was purely occasioned by his zeal as above: therefore prays to be remitted said debt. Reference Book VII, p. 385.
Treasury warrant to Lord Coningsby to pay sums as follows being arrears of personal pay 1689 Sept. 1 to 1691 Dec. 31 to officers of the three French Regiments of Major Gen. La Melonier, Lord Lifford and Col. Belcastle, they not having appeared before the Lords Justices in Ireland according to the King's directions, but their names being in the muster rolls and they having produced to said Coningsby certificates of their identity viz.:
£ s. d.
Germaine Fallentine as Lieut. in Lord Lifford's Regiment for 1689–90 Feb. 1 to 1691 April 30 13 17
his brother Francis Fallentine as Reformed Capt. in same Regiment for 1689–90 Feb. 1 to 1690 Oct. 10 46 6
Lieut. John James Coulom, as Major Gen. in La Mellonier's Regiment: for 1689 Sept. 1 to 1691 Dec. 31 57 8 9
Lieut. Barrault as Lieut. in same Regiment 36 15 10
Capt. Guy De la Cour as Capt. Lieut. in same Regiment 61 10 4
same for personal pay as Standing Capt. in said Regiment 1690 Sept. 1 to 1691 Dec. 31 147 11 7
Capt. John Brasselaye for personal pay as Capt. in same Regiment 1689 Sept. 5 to 1691 Dec. 31 368 13 0
John Dalmas as Lieut. in Col. Bellcastle's Regiment 1689 Sept. 1 to 1690 Dec. 31 71 18 10
£804 1 9
Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, pp. 79–80.
Royal warrant to the Lords Justices of Ireland to put on the Establishment of Pensions, Ireland, Blois Jervoisett for the allowance of 2s. a day as from Lady day last.
and Sieur de la Boucheterre for the like from June 1 inst.
and Lovis de Rocheblave for the allowance of 1s. 6d. a day on the surrender of the like pension by Guy de St. Auban, Ensign in La Meloniere's late Regiment: to commence as from June 1 inst. Ibid., p. 81.
June [? 4]. Royal sign manual for 300l. to Sir Thomas Littleton, for March 29 last to May 28 last on the usual allowance of 5l. a day as Speaker of the House of Commons. (Money warrant dated June 7 hereon.) (Money order dated June 13 hereon.) (William Lowndes to the Receipt dated June 28 to pay same out of Civil List money.) King's Warrant Book XX, p. 317. Money Book XV, p. 119. Order Book V, p. 189. Disposition Book XV, p. 188.
June 4. Same for 2000l. to Sir Nathan Wright, Keeper of the Great Seal as royal bounty. (Money warrant dated June 7 hereon.) (Money order dated June 12 hereon.) (William Lowndes to the Receipt dated June 12 to pay same out of Civil List moneys.) King's Warrant Book XX, p. 322. Money Book XV, p. 119. Order Book V, p. 180. Disposition Book XV, p. 180.
Same for 10,200l. to Henry Ferne Esq. for secret service: without account. (Money warrant dated June 7 hereon.) (Money order dated June 12 hereon.) (William Lowndes to the Receipt to pay same by 2000l. a month from July 1 next out of Civil List moneys.) King's Warrant Book XX, p. 322. Order Book V, p. 181. Disposition Book XV, p. 181.
Same for 53l. 15s. 0d. to Adam Murray as royal bounty. (Money warrant dated June 21 hereon.) (Money order dated June 26 hereon.) (William Lowndes dated June 28 to the Receipt to pay same out of Civil List moneys.) King's Warrant Book XX, p. 322. Money Book XV, p. 135. Order Book V, p. 190. Disposition Book XV, p. 188.
William Lowndes to the Revenue Commissioners Ireland. My Lords recommend to you George Lee (present Collector of Belfast), son of Mr. Lee late Collector of Galway port, to succeed his father as Collector of the said port of Galway. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 67.
June 5. Same to the Receipt to issue 7238l. 7s. 6d. to the Earl of Ranelagh on the unsatisfied order in his name as Paymaster of the Forces: out of loans or appropriated supplies of last sessions: for 14 days' subsistence to the 19th inst. for the Troops in England, Jersey and the Independent Companies in New York, the Leeward Islands and Newfoundland. Disposition Book XV, p. 178.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Edward Done, late Surveyor of Chester port, shewing that he was no ways privy to a fraud practised by Mr. Bennion a merchant in attempting to ship turf instead of tobacco. Reference Book VII, p. 385.
Same to Phillip Ryley, Surveyor General of Woods Trent South, of the estimate of 230l. 17s. 2½d. for repairs in Windsor Great Park, viz. at the Mannor Lodge, the Middle Lodge, the underkeeper's lodge at Sandpitt Gate, the Mote Park Lodge and the New Lodge. Ibid., p. 393.
June 6. Money orders for 250l. to Sir Joseph Jekyll for 1699 Hilary and 1700 Easter terms as Chief Justice of Chester. Order Book V, p. 179.
June 6. Money order for 100l. to Sir Salathiell Lovell for last Hilary and Easter terms as one of the Justices of Chester. Order Book V, p. 180.
Same for 548l. 13s. 7d. to the Farmers of Post Fines for so much answered direct to the Crown by the sheriffs for the year ended 1698 Sept. 29 over and above the rent of 2276l. due for the said farm for said year. Ibid., p. 181.
June 7. Money warrant for 20,000l. to Edward Nicholas as imprest in part of the privy seal of 1698 June 23 for the servants of the late Queen &c. (Money order dated June 18 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 120. Order Book V, p. 185.
Same for 20l. to — Brett for his passage to Carolina where he is going chaplain.
20l. to — Jones for his passage to Virginia as a same. (Money orders dated June 13 hereon.) (William Lowndes to the Receipt dated June 28 to pay same out of Civil List moneys.) Money Book XV, p. 120. Order Book V, p. 182. Disposition Book XV, p. 188.
Same for 519l. 10s. 9½d. to Henry, Earl of Romney and John Glover for the moiety of 1039l. 1s. 7d. decreed against the Royal Africa Company of England for the King's share of prizes taken by them or their agents from the French during the late war with France: the said Company having lately paid into the Exchequer the sum of 1612l. 10s. 0d. pursuant to a decree of the Exchequer Court made Dec. 7 last (being 573l. 8s. 5d. for the King's moiety of ships and goods seized by the said Company from persons for unfree trading within the limits of their charter and 1039l. 1s. 7d. for the item as above) and further the privy seal of 1694 April 5 having authorised the payment to said Earl and Glover of a moiety as above as reward for discovering and prosecuting the premises. (Money order dated April [sic for June] 13 hereon.) Money Book XV, p. 121. Order Book V, p. 182.
William Lowndes to the Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Mr. Harris attended my Lords to-day about the great seal for Ireland which he is to engrave. It shall be delivered to the King in Council on Thursday next. If you do not stay here long enough to receive it yourself, give directions how it may be sent to you without any charge to the King. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 230.
Same to Mr. Williams. Send me a book of the Acts of Parliament of last session. Ibid., p. 234.
Same to Mr. Blathwayt. On April 30 last my Lords attended the King at Hampton Court when he ordered that 9½d. a day and no more should be charged to the accounts of the Life Guards and Regiments of Horse for forage and provisions of each horse and man furnished by the Transports Commissioners for their transportation and 8d. a day for each Dragoon. But it is the King's pleasure now to allow half the whole sums charged on them by the said Transports Commissioners. Ibid.
June 7. Same to same to report on the enclosed state [missing] of account of Dame Ann Stapleton, widow and executrix of Sir William Stapleton, late Governor of the Leeward Islands, for the pay of two Companies of Foot there from 1672 July 7 to 1686 July 22. Ibid.
Same to the late Victuallers of the Navy to adjust and settle the accounts of William Brandon et al, agents for victualling the outports. Ibid.
Same to Mr. Blathwayt to prepare a royal warrant for paying Col. John Hales 504l. for the respit on 168 men of his Regiment for Nov. and Dec. 1689, he having raised the like number of recruits between 1689–90 Jan. 1 and March 8 at 3l. per man: and 1410l. 5s. 3½d. to same for so much stopped on the clearings of said Regiment to 1692 April 1 for money paid for recruits, debts in quarters &c.
Appending: report hereon by the Earl of Ranelagh. Ibid., p. 235.
Same to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed paper [missing] of reasons for taking off the respits from Col. Colt's Regiment. Ibid., p. 238.
Treasury fiat for royal letters patent to constitute William Draper as searcher of Hull port loco Ingolby Daniell resigned.
Charles Segar as Collector at Southwold in Yarmouth port loco John Benefice deceased. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, pp. 80, 81.
Treasury reference to the Postmasters General of the petition of Stephen Bigg shewing that he is willing to serve the towns and places near Warrington and Liverpool, Preston, Lancaster, Manchester and other towns in that precinct with their letters by a more exact and regular method than has hitherto been practised and therefore praying such a proportion of the increased advantage or return thereby as shall be thought reasonable. Reference Book VII, p. 386.
[?] Same to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of John Kent for allowance of the charges he was at in prosecuting Collector] Burrard for a debt of 865l. 6s. 6d. for Duty on salt delivered from "his works there." Ibid.
June 7. Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Dominico Osenda, merchant, for leave to mend an entry of wine which he entered and paid 52l. per tun and 12 per cent. as wines unfilled, but many of the hogsheads have very much leaked so he will be a loser. Ibid., p. 388.
Treasury warrant to the King's Remembrancer to change the securities, detailed, of Humphrey Moseley and Robert Brown as Receivers General of the 2s. Aid for part of Norfolk.
The like warrant concerning the securities of Richard Cobb [as same for Co. Southampton]. Warrants not Relating to Money XVI, p. 382.
June 8. Royal letters patent granting to Daniel Gardiner Esq. the office and place of a Serjeant-at-Arms in ordinary with the wages and fee of 3s. a day and 2s. 6d. a day in lieu of board wages, as from June 24 last [1696]. King's Warrant Book XXI, p. 99.
June 8. William Lowndes to the Receipt to issue to Edward Nicholas 1,341l. (for poor pensioners) and 10,932l. (for salaries and allowances): making 12,273l. 0s. 4d.: together with Treasury warrant to the said Nicholas to pay 1,341l. as royal bounty to the following poor pensioners [of the late Queen Mary].
Arabella Hunt 50
Alice King 75
Ann Eden 50
Williamina Bunce 50
Dame Sarah Newcomen 25
William Conyers 25
Ann Fitzharrys 50
Ellen Carlisle 50
Mary Clinton 25
Mary Stedman 20
Eliz. Bedford 20
Edward Tyringham 25
Margarett Whittle 20
Mary Symson 25
Martha Symson 25
Mary Mitchell 10
Martha Francis 25
Ann Goodman 10
Isabella Guillims 10
Margaret Morrison 20
Rabsey Smithsby 10
Elizabeth Reynolds 5
Mary Watson 20
Ann Disney 20
Ursula Church 20
Dame Lumsford 20
Mary Bocock 20
Joyce Greeting 20
Katharine Ironmonger 20
John Lee 10
Mary Nevill 20
Sophia Nevill 20
Susanne Woodward 10
Martha Bartin 10
Hester D'Civil 15
Ellen Prideaux 10
Mary Webster 5
Martin Carbonell 10
Mary Brincknell 10
Mabella Cooper 10
Nicholas Estoll 25
Thomas Frye 5
Thomas Gummins 5
William Bawkham 5
Ann Head 5
Jane Mills 5
Katharine Roberts 5
Jane Launce 5
Susanna Clarke 5
Widow Jennings 5
Job Atkins 5
Dame Elizabeth Lenthall 5
Elizabeth Richards 5
Elizabeth Loup 10
Bevis Gough 5
Sarah Madge 5
George Holder 5
Ann Silver 5
Richard Yates 5
Mary Leech 5
Katharine Jessin 5
William Disney 5
Ann Hartwell 5
Margaret Marshall 5
Margaret Jolliffe 10
Elizabeth Churchill 10
John Stephens 6
Magdalen Thomas 5
Ann Moody 5
Alice Shipton 5
Hester Walker 5
Eleanor Pendrill 10
Mlle. Du Viell 25
Sarah Averrie widow 15
Mrs. Abernethy 10
Jane Pigott 10
Charles Nevill 10
Mrs. Sarah Hussey 10
Mlle. Dubat 10
Madame de Villattes 20
Madame du Charl 10
Madame de Barnier 10
Madame de Champigny 10
Madame de Verangeville 10
Mesdames D' Alix 20
Mesdames Marmande 10
Madame de Venevelles 20
Susanna Petit
Isaac Bobin 25
Total 1341l.
Disposition Book XV, p. 179. Money Book XV, p. 122.
June 8. Treasury warrant to Edward Nicholas to pay 10,932l. 0s. 4d. to the following servants &c. of the late Queen being for six months in their respective salaries and allowances viz.
Sir William Trumbull 600l.
Edward Nicholas 200l.
Oliver de la Muce 100l.
Sir John Osborne 100l.
Mr. Watson, Mr. Eyre, Mr. Mordaunt, Mr. Heron, 16l. 13s. 4d. each.
Mr. Bulstrode 75l.
Mr. Montigney 75l.
Mr. Archer and Mr. Bowes 37l. 10s. 0d. each.
Mr. Marsh, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Perry, Mr. Gates 30l. each.
Mr. Kemp 20l.
Mr. Keydell 35l.
Mr. Lewin, Mr. Poulce, Mr. Kirke, Mr. Bradley 40l. each.
Mr. Sparrow, Mr. Snow. Mr. Vickers, Mr. Pierre, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Douglas 20l. each.
Mr. Dagley, Mr. Harcell, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Mohun, Mr. Berkley 100l. each.
Mrs. Cason, Mrs. Windham, Mrs. Lockhart 150l. each.
Mrs. Worthington and Mrs. Ireland 75l. each.
Eliz. Wiele 25l.
Margaret Wood and Mr. Harris 50l. each.
Mr. Moreau and Mr. Godfrey 50l. each.
Charles Golstein, Charles May and Henry Killigrew 110l. each.
John Brockhuison and William Frankland 50l. each.
Wesell Boshoff, Christopher Ronche, Herman Vansull, Lenard Snellart and John Catchlove 37l. 10s. 0d. each.
Samuell Clarke, John Tranter, Benjamin Booth, Robert How, Isaac Graffart, Jacob Vinche, Jacob Van Wosteine, Benjamin Ramsey, Haman Beowner and Richard Littlehales 26l. 10s. 0d. each.
Henry Gardie 25l.
Mrs. Langford 100l.
Mrs. Barry 20l.
Mrs. Lee 25l.
Mrs. Katherine Seigler and Mrs. Ursula Seigler 30l. each.
Daniell Marrott 37l. 10s. 0d.
Mrs. Burges 25l.
Mrs. Worsop 10l.
Mrs. Plunkett 15l.
Mrs. Ellinor Ross 10l.
Mrs. Barrow and Mrs. Ashton 15l. each.
Mrs. Doul 10l.
Robert Astry 12l.
Mr. De la Touche 50l.
William Kempe and Robert Clarke 5l. each.
— the purveyor 20l.
Mr. Lauze 50l.
Thomas Smith 9l.
Thomas Chamberlain, Benjamin Cotton, Oswald Fawne and Robert Giddens 18l. each.
John Vansull and Thomas Millett 20l.
Mr. Hill 25l.
the 24 watermen 37l. 10s. 0d.
John Haley and Charles Bint 5l. 10s. 10d. each.
Ann Dewharst 15l.
William James 5l.
Persons Provided for.
Duke of Bolton 600l.
George Sayers 250l.
Mr. Dallon [D'Allonne] 150l.
Phillip Bertie 100l.
Sir John Stanley and Mr. Lister 16l. 13s. 4d. each.
Mr. Lloyd 75l.
Mr. Oldes and Mr. Paltock 37l. 10s. 0d. each.
Mrs. Granville, Mrs. Villiers and Mrs. Berkley 100l. each.
Dr. Stanley 103l. 6s. 8d.
Edwd. Clarke 50l.
Earl of Jersey 509l. 10s. 0d.
List of the late Queen's charities payable to the hands of the Lord Almoner. 987l. 10s. 0d.
For the poor pensioners and petitioners on the late Queen's ordinary charities 400l.
For the Vaudois ministers &c. 212l. 10s. 0d.
the School of Offenbach 15l.
Mrs. Keightley 100l.
Mr. Sherman 20l.
Mrs. Dartiquenave 10l.
Mrs. Haywood 5l.
the Lady Dorothy Burgh 50l.
Mrs. Torway 25l.
Mrs. Banister 20l.
Mrs. L'Aisnee, Mrs. Verboon, Mrs. Gaffarelli, Mr. David and Mr. Hartman's son 10l. each.
Lady Willoughby 30l.
to the hands of the Bishop of London for Ministers in New England. 50l.
to the hands of the Bishop of Salisbury for himself to distribute for Mrs. Vernon Child [and] for Mr. Duke. 50l.
to be paid to the hands of Madame Auverquerc. 80l.
Payable to the hands of Mr. Edward Godfrey. 522l. 14s. 0d.
For Mrs. Mary Lee 11l. 10s. 0d.
Mrs. Manning, Mrs. Doyley and Lady Prestwich 20l. each.
Thomas Lewin, Alice Antwine and Mary Clarke 10l. each.
a Guard de Corps' daughter 3l. the Turkish children 40l.
Madame de Villeneave and Mrs. Nanny 25l. each.
rent of Mr. Nevill's house 10l.
a poor woman at Hampton Court 6l.
Mr. William Worthington 15l.
Mr. Harris his child 8l.
rent of Mr. Gilbert's house 18l.
Eliz. Clark 5l.
Mr. Steward 15l.
Mr. Haughton's daughter 5l.
Marquis de la Muce's sister 33l.
Mrs. Donnovant 11l.
Mr. Sparrow's daughter 17l. 12s. 0d.
Mrs. Grifton and Mr. George 11l. each.
a Garde de Corps' widow 6l. 12s. 0d.
the Dutch and French Church 8l. 16s. 0d.
Mrs. Millers 6l. 12s. 0d.
Mrs. Lennep 10l.
Margaret Stevens 6l. 12s. 0d.
Elizabeth Duke 2l.
Mrs. Gourney and Mrs. Barker 10l. each.
Mr. Lany 30l.
one of Monsieur Brassely's children 22l.
Elizabeth Willoughby 50l.
to be returned [remitted to and distributed by] Myn Heer Van Schuylenburgh. 487l.
for the Society of the French gentlewomen at the Hague 100l.
Monsieur and Madame de Lisle 25l.
Madlle. de Pardaillon and Madlle. de Vittenvall 15l. each.
Madlle. de Languereque 25l.
Peter Loots 20l.
Jaques Crevemore, Anthony de Young, Joost Verkuylen and Mary Johnson 15l. each.
Anthony Casson 12l. 10s. 0d.
Bernardine Barnes 2l. 10s. 0d.
Matchen Witzhuysen 15l.
Mr. Nevilt 20l.
the Turkish woman 7l. 10s. 0d.
Geertie de Hounsterdyke 5l.
Madame de Renvall 4l. 10s. 0d.
Old Beatrix 2l. 10s. 0d.
the widow Paul 7l. 10s. 0d.
Lieut. Wolfs widow 5l.
Madame de Montgomery 15l. 10s. 0d.
Mesdames de Stirum 50l.
Gabriel Bourcour 20l.
John Willems 20l.
Lambert Van Dalem 15l.
Mrs. Keysers 12l.
Barbara Wilkins 12l. 10s. 0d.
to be paid to the hands of Abell Tassin D'Allone for him to distribute. 11l.
to be paid to Sir John Chardin to be returned to Monsieur Arnaud. 50l.
to be paid to Monsieur Luvigny. 548l. 14s. 0d.
for the French Officers' widows, orphans and refugees being in all 51 families 500l.
for Mesdames Marancie de Regnier 35l.
for Madame de la Barr 13l. 14s. 0d.
Payable to Dr. William Stanley. 103l. 10s. 0d.
the lecturer at Kensington 5l.
Mr. Lany for his sermons 10l.
the minister at Hampton Court House [Palace] 25l.
the poor of Kensington 12l. 10s. 0d.
a French woman to teach children 8l. 10s. 0d.
Mr. Bee for three ladies at Twickenham 15l. 0s. 0d.
the widow Cunningham 10l.
Ruth Yates 5l.
Mrs. Haughton's son 6l.
Mr. John Smith 6l. 10s. 0d.
to Mrs. Ann Franklin for the Lady Frances 105l.
the Lord Mordington 55l. and for house rent 14l. 10s. 0d.
Madame de Venevelle 24l. 15s. 0d.
Monsieur and Madame de la Hospitall 25l.
Mrs. Johanna Hildesley 26l. 8s. 0d.
Madame Justell 30l.
Monsieur Bertheau 50l.
Elizabeth Lord 2l. 15s. 0d.
Rowland Brock 5l. 10s. 0d.
the Lady Elphinston 79l.
Mrs. Frances Roche 5l.
Mrs. Russell 12l. 10s. 0d.
the Lady Rookesby 33l.
the widow Whaley 13l. 15s. 0d.
Sarah Browne 5l. 10s. 0d.
the Lady Hamilton 22l.
Mrs. Killigrew 13l. 4s. 0d.
Mrs. Warcup 13l. 15s. 0d.
Monsieur Ronsell 20l.
the Lady Slingesby 5l. 10s. 0d.
Money Book XV, pp. 123–5.
Mrs. Steward 11l.
Mrs. Abell 3l. 17s. 0d.
Widow Mackdonnell 13l. 15s. 0d.
Lady Douglas for herself 25l. and for her daughter 10l.
Mrs. Dives, Mrs. Deborah Roleston and Mrs. Bridgeman 13l. each.
Mr. Conway 11l.
Mrs. Franklin 20l.
Mr. Croisette 10l.
Mrs. Cuningham 25l.
Mr. Genuine 15l.
the Lady Russell 100l.
Mrs. Marshall 30l.
Mrs. Ireland 25l.
Mr. Elphinston 50l.
Mr. Vassur 30l.
Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Gargrave 15l. each.
Mrs. Largere 30l.
Mrs. Belford 16l. 10s. 0d.
Widow St. Hellen, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Acere and Mrs. Perigert 10l. each.
Mrs. Marriott and Mrs. Benson 25l. each.
Mrs. MacCraken, Mrs. Harlackenden and Widow Richbell 20l. each.
Widow Okeover 10l.
Widow Mackensie 20l.
Walter Ralegh 50l.
Lord Bophin's two sons now at Eaton 100l.
Total Charities 4127 12 0
Salaries 6804 8 4
10932 0 4
Money Book XV, pp. 123–5.
June 10. Treasury warrant to the Receipt for the renewal of a lost reversionary order for 14l. (? 140l.) per an. on the Excise made out in the name of Richard Earl of Ranelagh [and by him] assigned over to Henry de Miremond. Order Book V, p. 181.
William Lowndes to Lord Coningsby to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Capt. Peter Carles praying payment of 48l. 4s. 11½d. due to him as a Reformed Lieutenant in the Regiment late of Col. Du Cambon and Lifford:
likewise on the petition [missing] of Capt. Lewis Petit for 54l. 6s. 10d. due to him as a Standing Ensign and Standing Lieutenant in Brigadier Belcastle's late Regiment of Foot from 1689 Sept. 1 to 1691 Dec. 31. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 236.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to permit Henry Bull, merchant, to amend an entry of some East India wrought silks, wrongly entered by ignorance of his wife. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 80.
Same to same to employ John Gatskill as waiter and searcher at the Pile of Fowdray in Lancaster port loco Charles Anderton who would not accept of it.
Stephen Tompson as riding officer at Walney Island in Lancaster port loco said Gatskill.
John Towers as riding officer at Cardurnock loco Edward Spedding removed to be a porter and tidesman at Whitehaven. Ibid., p. 59.
Treasury fiat for letters patent to appoint Charles Best as Customer of Hull port loco Mathew Appleyard Esq. deceased. Ibid., p. 81.
Treasury reference to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands of the petition of Edward, Earl of Jersey for a lease of the house and gardens at the lodge in Hyde Park, the said gardens containing about six or seven acres. Reference Book VII, p. 386.
Same to Sir John Stanley of the petition of Edw. Williamson for a year's salary for officiating as Serjeant-at-Arms, the said office being vacant the said time. Ibid.
Same to Hugh Chudleigh Esq., Comptroller of the Chamber, of the petition of Frances Bache, widow and executrix of William Bache formerly master locksmith to the King, praying payment of 1354l. 5s. 4½d. for work performed by her husband she being very poor and her creditors very pressing. Ibid., p. 387.
Royal warrant to the Lords Justices of Ireland to pay the allowance of 2s. a day to Gideon de Castelfranc as from Jan. 1 last upon the surrender by Frederick Antoine Hacbreit, cornet in the late Regiment of Dragoons under the Marquis de Miremont, of the like pension. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, p. 89.
June 11. Same to the Earl of Orford, late Treasurer of the Navy, to pay to Peregrine, Marquess of Carmarthen and Sir Cloudesley Shovell 987l. 18s. 0d. (remaining undisposed of the deduction received in Sept. 1694 of 12d. per £ from their two Marine Regiments, formerly commanded by said Marquess and Col. Henry Killigrew, being the poundage on the sum of 19,758l. 3s. 7d. paid to the officers of said two Regiments) to be by them distributed to the officers and the widows of deceased officers of the said Regiments in such proportions as the same were stopped originally. (William Lowndes dated June 12 to the agents of the said two Regiments for an account of the persons from whom said deduction was stopped.) King's Warrant Book XX, p. 347. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 238.
June 11. William Lowndes to the Receipt to issue 10,851l. 1s. 8d. to the Earl of Ranelagh on the unsatisfied order in his name as Paymaster of the Forces for two months Feb. 25 last to April 24 last for clearings to the Troops in England and the Regiment of Fuziliers. Disposition Book XV, p. 180.
[?] The like for 4800l. to same (being the residue of 6000l. lent on the credit of the Exchequer in General): to be for transporting two Regiments of Horse and one of Dragoons into Ireland "and to subsist them until their imbarcation in order to reduce the forces within the compass of the N[ew] Establishment. Ibid.
June 11. William Lowndes to the Postmasters General to make up a bill or account at the end of every quarter of all incident charges expended in the Post Office for approval by my Lords. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 235.
Royal warrant to the Lords Justices of Ireland to place the following Regiments (sent into Ireland on the conclusion of the peace and which were regularly subsisted in England) on the Establishment as paid in Ireland from the respective days as below: and in the case of those Regiments which were sent from Flanders and were not regularly paid their subsistence to the time of their embarcation for Ireland that same be placed on the said Establishment from the days of their landing there; all by reason that difficulties have arisen in the application of the King's order which directs the subsisting of them there from the time of their landing only, whereas they pretend that they have been subsisted on the English Establishment for a period short of that date and thereby are losers of the intermediate days' pay whilst other Regiments arrived there before the expiry of the time for which they were paid on the other side and thereby may have been paid doubly for some days.
Appending: an account how far [to what date] the several Regiments undermentioned have been subsisted in England or Flanders.
Horse: Col. Harvey's (late Major General Leveson's) to 12 March 1697–8.
Brigadier Langston's to 26 March 1698.
Dragoons: Col. Ross's Regiment to 27th April 1698.
Foot: Royal Regiment to 25 March, 1699.
Col. Webb's Regiment to 19 March 1697–8.
Sir Bevill Granvill's to 14 Aug. 1698.
Col. Brewer's subsisted regularly in Flanders to the 13th July 1697: further paid 1650l. 1s. 6d. more from that date: received on Irish Establishment 12 Jan. 1697–8.
Brig. Gen. Stuart's to 24 Feb. 1697–8: commence in Ireland 25th [February].
Sir Henry Bellasys's to 25 March 1698: commence in Ireland 26 [March].
Sir John Jacob's: to 31 March 1698: commence in Ireland 1st April.
Col. Tidcomb's: to 26 March 1698: commence in Ireland 27th [March].
Col. How's: to 12 March 1697–8: commence in Ireland 13th [March].
Col. Fred Hamilton's: subsisted regularly in Flanders to 10 Aug. 1697: 5363l. 3s. 0d. paid to them more there upon account from that time: received upon the Irish Establishment 21 Dec. 1697.
Sir Mathew Bridge's: subsisted regularly in Flanders to 14 July 1697: 156l. 3s. 0d. paid to them more there upon account from that time: received on the Irish Establishment 21 Dec. 1697.
Col. Stanley's: to 24th Feb. 1697–8: commence in Ireland 25th [Feb.]
Marquis de Puysare's: paid on account in Flanders anno 1697: commence in Ireland 20 Dec. 1697.
Brigadier Tiffin's: to 31 Jan. 1697–8: commence in Ireland 1st Feb.
Brigadier Fairfax's: to 13 August 1698: commence in Ireland 14 August.
Brigadier Ingoldsby's: to 24 Feb. 1697–8: commence in Ireland 25th [February].
Col. Collenbine's: to 25 July 1698: commence in Ireland 26th [July].
Major Gen. Erle's: to 25 March 1699: commence in Ireland 26 [March]. Out Letters (Ireland) VIII, pp. 82–3.
June 11. Royal warrant to the Lord Justices of Ireland to pay the Judges of the King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, Ireland, the arrear of 6700l. resting on the additional salary of 200l. per an. each which was placed on the Irish Establishment for them by the King's direction 1694 April 23 but with a clause that same be not paid until the state of the revenue there should permit; wherefore the same has only been paid from 1697 Dec. 25 by virtue of the royal letter of 1697–8 Feb. 28 leaving the said arrear for the intermediate period for which they only received debentures: but the said arrear being part of the sum of 138,978l. 14s. 8¾d. which was laid before Parliament in 1698 and provision for same thereupon being made by it. Ibid., pp. 83–4.
Same to same to pay 650l. to Lady Katherine Fitz Gerald in virtue of her assignment to Richard Powys gent of the debt of Robert Fitz Gerald ut infra pp. 384–5. Ibid., p. 90.
June 12. Money order for 140,000l. to Richard Taylor as imprest to pay the annuities and benefits on the Million Lottery tickets for one year to 1700 Sept. 29. Order Book V, p. 180.
William Lowndes to the Receipt to issue (out of Civil List moneys) 6250l. to the Earl of Montagu on the unsatisfied order in his name as Master of the Great Wardrobe: to be applied to the payment of arrears in that Office. Disposition Book XV, p. 180.
June 12. Same to the Earl of Ranelagh to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of the Earl of Arran touching a respit on three men of his Troop. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 236.
Same to Lord Coningsby to state and present the accounts of the Londonderry Regiment of Foot commanded by the late Col. Whytt; concerning which the enclosed memorial [missing] was laid before the King. Ibid.
Same to the Board of Greencloth to report on the enclosed memorial [missing] of Sir Charles Issac. What remains due to him for the last year's expense of [that part of] the King's Household [which accompanied him when] in Holland? Ibid., p. 237.
Same to the Victualling Commissioners for an account of all the interest of the tallies and orders which were put into your hands for payment of the debts of the Victualling incurred to 1700 [? 1699] May 31 distinguishing such as were bona fide delivered to the respective creditors for their debts; both of what interest has been received thereon by the Cashier of the Victualling and in what account the same is charged to the King's benefit and of what interest remains due. You are not to apply any more of those tallies without my Lords' directions. Ibid.
Same to the Receivers of the Two Millions enclosing the Solicitor General's opinion [missing] concerning the deduction to be made out of the last payment of the Two Millions to make good the deficiency at Xmas last of the fund payable to the subscribers. You are immediately to satisfy the tallies lately levied on you on which you stopped payment by reason of the said deduction. You are to make up your account as Receiver. "What of the revenue was defective the 6 Jan. 1699–1700 to pay what [was] due of the annuities [on the] 25 Dec. 1699"? Ibid., p. 238.
Same to Mr. Blathwayte to prepare a royal warrant to allow to the four Troops of Horse Guards all the respits of horses wanted till the 25 March 1699; and to the two Regiments of Foot Guards four months of the respited pay for every detachment made from them into Flanders. Ibid., p. 239.
Same to Mr. Nicholas for a certificate how far the French Protestants have been paid on the fund of 15,000l. royal bounty to them. Ibid.
Same to Lord Coningsby to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Gideon Villeneuve, a Capt. in the late Brigadier Belcastle's Regiment, praying payment of 287l. 3s. 7d. due for the arrears of himself and his brother John de la Borde, deceased, Major of the said Regiment. Ibid., p. 240.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Daniell Goodwyn as collector at Wells, Burnham in Lynn Regis port loco Thomas Reeder who declines that employment. Out Letters (Customs) XIV, p. 81.
June 12. Treasury reference to same of the petition of John Glover for remission of penalty for a mistaken shipment of damaged tobacco. Reference Book VII, p. 387.
Same to Hugh Chudleigh, Comptroller of the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office, of the petition of the 40 Messengers [of the Chamber] in Ordinary praying payment of 1000l. per week till a debt of 27,958l. 10s. 8d. (due to them as by Mr. Vanburgh's report) shall be satisfied. Ibid.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Ralph Cockle for remission of the King's part of a fine for his buying a piece of black taffaty from Richard Peirce who immediately gave information. Ibid.
Treasury commission to David Wetherburne to be Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages &c. Warrants not Relating to Money XVI, p. 381.
June 13. Royal warrant to the Earl of Ranelagh to take off the respits upon the horses of the unmounted men of the Royal Regiment of Horse under Col. Cornelius Wood, in consideration of the expense since the return of said Regiment from Flanders in providing recruit horses in lieu of a great number lost in their passage from Holland and of others decayed and spoiled in service abroad. (The like for the Royal Regiment of Dragoons under Col. Thomas, Lord Raby.) (The like for the four Troops of Horse Guards and Grenadiers.) (The like for taking off the respits on the two Regiments of Foot Guards for detachments from time to time recruited into Flanders.) King's Warrant Book XX, pp. 333, 334.
June 14. William Lowndes to the Attorney and Solicitor General to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Thomas, Visct. Dupplin. Out Letters (General) XVI, p. 239.