Declared Accounts: Treasury Solicitors

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21, 1706-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Treasury Solicitors

Declared Accounts: Treasury Solicitor.
Henry Baker, Solicitor of the Affairs of the Treasury thereto, appointed by Lord Treasurer Godolphin, 8 June 1702.
29 September 1705 to 29 September 1707.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears nil: he being 976l. 1s. 3d. in surplusage
money received out of the Exchequer
Michaelmas term 4–5 Anne 980 18 0
Easter term, 5 Anne 1,133 6 8
2,114 4 8
£2,114 4 8
Discharge. l. s. d.
surplusage on the foot of his preceding accompt 976 1 3
expenses in attending the Principal Secretaries of State (Robert Harley and the Earl of Sunderland and Sir Charles Hedges), the Lords of the Privy Council, the council of the Lord Admiral, the Committee of the House of Commons, and the Attorney and Solicitor General about
Mark Guile (treason)
James Moore (treason)
Francis Lamb
Thomas Skinner and Capt. Chavell
Barr alias Barra
Capt. Reading
John Hunt
Capt. Writtle
Captains Johnston, Murry and Coates
Henry Smith
Daniel Pope
Mr. Tucker and Mr. Lombard
advices of loss of ships. detailed
the Lustring Company
Mr. Jemmett's complaint
Coleman and Hatton
persons coming from France etc. 149 10 10
pensions of several persons who have been evidence for the Crown (Captain Porter, Capt. Fisher, Capt. Harris, Capt. Boys, Mr. Barham, Mr. Inwood, Mr. Lunt, Mr. Browne 1,034 0 0
money paid upon warrants from the Treasury (Robert Perryman for the Dragoons in Kent: prosecutions of smugglers etc. 914 4 8
Exchequer fees on moneys issued to this accomptant 216 7 0
total payments and allowances £3,290 3 9
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 1,175l. 19s. 1d.
There is no entry of the Declaration of this account,