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Warrant Book: December 1710, 21-30

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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December 1710

Dec. 21. Confirmation by the Treasury Lords of a dormant warrant dated 1704 Nov. 14 by the then Treasurer Godolphin to Edward Wilcox, Surveyor General of Woods Trent South, for payment of the salaries of the underkeepers, detailed, of Windsor Little Park, ut supra, Calendar of Treasury Books, Vol. XIX, p. 412: to a total of 65l. per an. Money Book XVII, p. 270.
William Lowndes to the [exchange] remitters. The sum of 36,504l. 18s. 9d. remains still to be remitted out of the 350,000l. agreed for by you for the services of the Forces in Flanders. The Treasury Lords desire you to give your bills for that amount to Mr. Brydges to be sent by to-morrow night's post, viz. 5,500l. on Antwerp and 31,004l. 18s. 9d. on Amsterdam. And in regard the tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1710 which were to be part of the deposit for the said 350,000l. do lie in the Bank of England and elsewhere as surplus deposits, my Lords desire you to accept in lieu thereof a deposit of 43,800l. of tallies as follows viz. 6,804l. 5s. 3¼d. on the Candle Duties anno 1710; 36,995l. 14s. 8¾d. on the Land Tax 1710. Disposition Book XXI, p. 22.
Letter of direction for 10,000l. to Francis, Visct. Ryalton, Cofferer of the Household: for the service of the Household: out of loans in the Exchequer on her Majesty's tin: and as in part of 17,794l. 15s. 11d. for wages, board wages and purveyances due in the Cofferer's Office for 1710 Lady day quarter. Ibid.
Same for 3,500l. to John, Visct. FitzHardinge, Treasurer of the Chamber: out of loans on tin ut supra: and is in part of what is due in his Office for 1710 Lady day quarter according to the Establishment. Ibid., p. 23.
William Lowndes to said Visct. FitzHardinge. The Treasury Lords desire you out of the abovesaid sum to pay to her Majesty's watermen so much as their wages and bills do amount to at Xmas 1710. Ibid.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to examine the enclosed demands [missing] of Samuel Edwin, Usher of the Receipt, for necessaries delivered for the Offices of the Receipt as therein, and to rate the allowance to be made for the said necessaries. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 276.
Treasury reference to Baron Scrope of the petition of Jo[h]n Braint, Provost of the Moneyers of the Mint in the Tower, shewing that there is due to them for the recoinage of the money in Scotland upon occasion of the Union 2,700l. 5s. 3½d. to the satisfaction of which the Coinage Duty (out of which all the expenses of the kind in England are borne) is not applicable: therefore praying relief. Reference Book VIII, p. 433.
Dec. 22. Money warrant for 135l. 0s. 8d. to John Caswell, merchant, in satisfaction of a bill of exchange drawn by Francis Nicholson, Governor of New England, upon Sidney, Earl of Godolphin, for the charges of subsisting the four Indian Sachems whilst at Boston in New England and in their journey from thence by land to Albany in New York, and likewise for the transportation of their goods and equipage to New York. (Money order dated Dec. 30 hereon.) (Letter of direction dated Jan. 17 hereon.) Money Book XX, p. 464. Order Book VII, p. 509. Disposition Book XXI, p. 33.
Dec. 22. William Lowndes to the Auditor of the Receipt. Loans as follows are intended to be made on the Land Tax anno 1711 to be registered in the course as follows (after the moneys appointed by the Act for said Land Tax to be transferred to the register thereof from the [loan] registers of former Land Acts): viz.
£ s. d.
by James Brydges [Paymaster General of Forces Abroad] 200,000 0 0
by John Howe [Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons] 50,000 0 0
by Robert Walpole [Navy Treasurer] 100,000 0 0
by James Brydges, more 65,083 6 8
by Sir Henry Furnese 54,916 13 4
£470,000 0 0
The Treasury Lords desire that the said loans may be issued as follows: viz.
to said James Brydges on his order of the 18th inst. for 1,000,000l. for the Forces under his pay anno 1711: the said loans to be made by himself and Sir Henry Furnese 320,000 0 0
to said John Howe on his order of the same date for the Guards and Garrisons anno 1711 50,000 0 0
to said Robert Walpole on any unsatisfied order in his name for the service of the Navy and Victualling 100,000 0 0
£470,000 0 0
and my Lords desire you to signify their directions to the officers and clerks in the Exchequer to attend all day to-morrow in their respective offices in order to the receiving the loans [on the Land Tax anno 1711] and making such issues as shall be directed thereout and that they likewise attend in the ensuing holidays (Xmas day excepted) for the despatch of her Majesty's service. Disposition Book XXI, p. 23.
Same [to the Commissioners of Transports]. My Lords are acquainted by Mr. Micklethwaite, your Paymaster of the Transports, that 3921l. 8s. 4½d. is come into the Exchequer [and lies there appropriated] to pay off all the remainder of the tallies on the Land Tax anno 1708 which were put into his hands for the service of the Transports [in that year]. You are to direct him to receive the said sum and to apply it towards the debt on the course of your Office for the month of February 1707–8. Ibid., p. 24.
Dec. 22. Letter of direction for 40l. to the Deputy Chamberlains [of the Receipt for one year] on their allowances [for sorting records &c.]. Disposition Book XXI, p. 25.
William Lowndes to Baron Scrope to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of Sir Robert Forbess (Forbes) praying that the records in his custody as late Clerk of the Privy Council in Scotland may be delivered over by him to the Lord Register or otherwise as shall be thought fit: and that he may be considered for the loss of that employment since the Union. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 276.
Same to the Admiralty Commissioners. By order of the Treasury Lords the Navy Commissioners have prepared some accounts to be laid before the House of Commons pursuant to the Address of the said House. My Lords desire you to receive the said accounts from the said Commissioners and cause them to be laid before the said House accordingly. Ibid., p. 280.
Same to Mr. Wilcox enclosing the Duke of Beaufort's letter [missing] relating to the salaries due to the keepers of New Forest. What is due to them and how may same best be satisfied ? Ibid., p. 281.
Same to the Attorney General. The House of Lords have appointed to hear on Saturday Jan. 13 next the cause depending before them on a writ of error about the Prizage Duties. Ibid.
Same to the Customs Commissioners enclosing a letter [missing] signed A. B. sent to the Treasury Lords and relating to the Customs. If you think fit you may give an advertisement [in the Gazette] about it. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Thomas Lloyd, late Receiver General of Taxes for Cos. Chester, Denbigh and Flint praying payment of 1,333l. 19s. 0d. for his extraordinary expenses in his receipt from 1704 to 1707. Reference Book VIII, p. 434.
Same to the Auditors of Imprests of the petition of Thomas Addison et al., late Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, shewing that 2,266l. 19s. 5¾d. is charged on them at the foot of their final account by reason of several articles disallowed without their being heard; and praying reconsideration of their reasons for said allowances; as also of 201l. 2s. 0d. for the charges of passing their said account, as also 5,681l. 5s. 0d. for salaries and compensations to them for the six years they served constantly. Ibid.
Same to the Postmaster General of the petition of Eleanor Goddard, widow, shewing that her husband, Richard Goddard, has a salary of 12l. per an. payable out of the Post Office in Scotland as a letter carrier and that since his death she has continued to perform the said business but never received any pay: therefore praying her arrears. Ibid.
Same to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Laurence Ambrose, Receiver General of Taxes for Co. Berks, praying allowance of 260l. 10s. 0d. for his extraordinary charges in his receipt for several years up to Lady day 1699. Ibid., p. 435.
Dec. 22. Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of John Lacheur for a reward for discovering several frauds in the Customs. Ibid.
Same to the Stamps Commissioners of the petition of William Frankland, Receiver General of Stamp Duties, for an additional allowance for the Duties on Clerks and Apprentices; which Duties have increased his pains, care and hazard. Ibid.
Same to the Comptrollers of the Accounts of the Army of the petition of Lieut. Gen. Farrington and Lord Mark Kerr shewing that their Regiments being ordered abroad there was added to Farrington's Regiment a nineteenth Company of 56 men and six men to each of the 12 Companies of Lord Kerr's Regiment; that Farrington's was drafted out of the Marquis de Montandre's and Col. Windsor's Regiments for which levy money was directed for 51 men at 4l. a man out of the subsistence from 1709 Sept. 20; that the said men are on the Establishment from 21 Dec. 1709 though not added before 24 June 1710, nor any subsistence paid since this addition though mustered in the Regiment: therefore petitioners pray payment of the levy money to Farrington's Regiment out of the savings of the Establishment " and that Mr. Howe, under whose care [of pay] both Regiments are, may be [directed by my Lords that the said men be] subsisted by him from the time they stand on the muster rolls." Ibid., p. 436.
Dec. 23. Treasury warrant to the Auditor &c. of the Receipt to take in loans at 6 per cent. on the Land Tax anno 1711 [as by the Act 9 Anne, c. 1] to a total not exceeding 1,880,000l. including the loans remaining unrepaid at Dec. 21 inst. on the several Land Tax Acts for 1706, 1707 and 1708 as mentioned in the Act for the said Land Tax. Money Book XX, p. 463.
Money order for 287l. 10s. 0d. to William Popple for salaries of the clerks &c. of the Commissioners of Trade for 1710 June 24 quarter, ut supra, p. 399, and 97l. 2s. 4d. for incidents for said Office for same time. Order Book VIII, p. 14.
William Lowndes to the Managers of the Lottery [anno 1710] enclosing the representation [missing] of Thomas Strickland Esq., Commissioner of the Transfer Office, praying payment of 667l. 16s. 4d. due Nov. 30 last to the clerks et al. employed in that Office. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 282.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of George Mason of Bristol, merchant, shewing that 612l. 8s. 7d. is demanded of him for interest on his tobacco Duty bonds: and praying discharge thereof in regard that upwards of 1,000l. remained in the hands of the late Collector a long time for the [drawback] half subsidy and other Duties on his debentures, with which [money] he would have discharged the said bonds. Reference Book VIII, p. 434.
Dec. 26. Privy seal for an ordinary of 3l. a day and 300l. for equipage to James Jefferyes "whom we have thought fit to send to, and [to] reside for our service with, our good brother the King of Sweden." Queen's Warrant Book XXIV, p. 398.
William Lowndes to the Navy Treasurer. It is the Treasury Lords' pleasure that none of the tallies and orders which were last struck in your name for 100,000l. on the Land Tax anno 1711 [see supra, under date Dec. 22] be applied or disposed of [by you] to any use whatsoever without their Lordships' particular directions in that behalf.
The like letter to Mr. Howe concerning the like tallies for 50,000l.
The like letter to Mr. Brydges for the like tallies for 320,000l. Disposition Book XXI, p. 24.
Letter of direction for 35,000l. to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons: out of loans on Land Tax anno 1711: and is intended to be applied towards the subsistence of the said Forces. Ibid., p. 25.
William Lowndes to the Agents for Taxes. My Lords are informed that William Percivall, one of the Surveyors of Houses for Co. Cambridge, is by a late misfortune rendered incapable of his office. What account have you of that affair ? Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 282.
Same to Sir Henry Furnese. The Treasury Lords desire you not to dispose of any of your tallies or orders on the Land Tax anno 1711 "till such loans are made on the said Land Tax as will be made in Exchequer Bills." Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Capt. John Williams, for many years commander of a Customs sloop, but being advanced in years and impaired in health prays to exchange places with one Whetham, a Queen's waiter Bristol port, whose place being held by patent from the Queen the patent must be revoked. Reference Book VIII, p. 434.
Treasury commission to John Wilcocks to be Surveyor of the Duties on Houses [in Co. Durham] loco Henry Cort dismissed. (Treasury warrant to the Received General of said Duties in said county to pay 50l. per an. salary to said Wilcocks.) Out Letters (Affairs of Taxes) II, pp. 64, 65.
Dec. 27. Royal warrant dated St. James's to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal to grant to John, Duke of Argyle, an annuity, yearly rent or pension of 3,000l. per an. as a mark of royal grace and favour: to be paid out of the Post Office "so far as is in our power to grant the same." Queen's Warrant Book XXIV, p. 396.
Treasury warrant to Spencer Compton to pay as follows as her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty: viz.
£
Cecilia Newberry, widow, daughter of the late Judge Morton 20
Mary, wife of Hugh Speke 20
Thomas Cornwallis, John Crown. each 50
Rebecca Bruges, alias Pride, Mary Purdon, William Powell, each 10
Edith College 20
Margret Strother, Margret Black, Rachel and Frances Mansel, each 10
Countess Dowager of Marlborough 50
Thomas Tagg, Charles Palmer, each 10
Charlotte Ricaute, Anne Christian, each 20
Bridget Mackay, Anne Kershe, widow, each 10
Elizabeth Gellot 20
Judith North, Eleanor Conway, each 10
James Vezian, Alexa[nder] Carlton, each 50
Jane Dickenson, Eliza[beth] Storey, each 10
£510
Money Book XX, p. 464.
Dec. 27. Letter of direction for 2,958l. 0s. 9d. to Spencer Compton: out of Civil List moneys: on any unsatisfied order in his name for paying her Majesty's bounties. Disposition Book XXI, p. 25.
William Lowndes to Mr. Brydges. The outpensioners belonging to Chelsea Hospital called the twelvepenny outpensioners have prayed payment of the arrears due to them. Please consider their petition and give my Lords an account of the deductions by way of poundage from the Forces under your pay and how the same has been applied. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 282.
Treasury reference to Mr. Granvile, Secretary at War, of the petition of Capt. Geo. Nodes, agent to the late Lord Mordaunt's Regiment of Foot, shewing that Col. Robert Dalzel has by opening the trunks of the Paymaster to the Regiment after the battle of Almanza gotten into his hands 2,530l. 8s. 6d. and by employing one Lieut. Crawley, a person of mean circumstances, to receive the Regiment's money, the said Regiment has been defrauded between 23 April 1707 and 23 Dec. 1709 of 3,579l. 0s. 2½d.: that there remains in the hands of said Dalzel 6,109l. 8s. 8½d.: therefore praying relief as if the Colonel were really dead or supposing he may not live to return. (See infra under date 1710–11 Feb. 2.) Reference Book VIII, p. 435.
Same to same of the petition of Daniell Combes in behalf of the Officers en second on the Establishment of half pay shewing that their Establishment was long since entered in the Treasury Books: therefore praying payment of 2,000l. for four months' half pay to the 23rd inst. Ibid., p. 436.
Dec. 28. William Lowndes to same to prepare a royal warrant for paying 100l. each to Capt. Thomas Stepney, commander of her Majesty's ship Bedford, Capt. John Smith of the Norfolk, Capt. Richard Arris of the Torbay, and Capt. Stephen Martin of the Russell as a bounty from her Majesty for their care in bringing home a quantity of her Majesty's gold from Portugal. A clause is therein to be inserted that this payment is to be made in regard it had been intimated to the said Captains by the Deputy Paymaster of her Majesty's Forces in Portugal that there would be a reward given them for the said service, but that 'tis not to be a precedent for any Captains of her Majesty's men of war to ask, demand or expect any particular rewards or gratifications on any the like occasions for the future. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 277.
Dec. 28. William Lowndes to the Customs Commissioners enclosing Lord Dartmouth's letter [missing] explaining how far the former directions ought only to extend relating to persons going into foreign parts without passes. Please direct your officers to govern themselves therein according to her Majesty's pleasure signified in the said letter. Ibid., p. 283.
Treasury reference to Lord Chief Baron Smith of the petition of Charles Hay, riding surveyor in the East District of North Britain, setting forth his services in detecting several frauds and neglects of the officers of the Customs at Prestonpans, being sent upon that affair by the Customs Commissioners of Scotland; in the prosecution of which matter John Hay and Robert Guy, two persons concerned in such frauds, have brought expensive actions against petitioner: therefore praying protection and provision, otherwise the enemies he has made will ruin him, "the person who first gave intimation of the said frauds having been provided for." Reference Book VIII, p. 435.
Same to the Salt Commissioners of the petition of Edward Jackson of Worcester, merchant, shewing that he exported a great quantity of salt in sundry ships to Newfoundland and having sold it all at one time and being obliged to deliver as soon as possible he in ignorance gave bond for the full quantity without stopping his allowance of three bushels per ton according to Act of Parliament and is further obliged to make allowance for waste to every of the said ship's masters and has actually paid Duty for 289 bushels of such waste: therefore prays allowance of the above by the collector of Droitwich. Ibid., p. 432.
Dec. 29. Royal warrant dated St. James's to James Brydges [Paymaster of the Forces Abroad] to pay 5,924l. 4s. 9d. to Thomas Carbonnel of the city of London, broker, for the charge of discount of 230,000l. Exchequer Bills which were borrowed from the Bank of England for the use of the Forces at several times between May 20 and Aug. 25 last; he having been appointed (with the approbation of the Treasury Lords) to discount for money other Exchequer Bills to enable the Treasury Lords to repay to the said Bank the said sum of 230,000l.: the charge whereof amounts to said sum of 5,924l. 4s. 9d.
Appending: said Carbonnel's account of his payments to the Bank on one parcel of Bills and of the total discount and brokerage. Queen's Warrant Book XXIV, pp. 436–7.
Money warrant for 46l. 14s. 4d. to Laurence Wright for the surplusage on his account as Sheriff of Co. Chester for the year ended 1701 Sept. 29. (Money order dated 1710–11 Jan. 5 hereon.) Money Book XX, p. 466. Order Book VIII, p. 22. Disposition Book XXI, p. 38.
Dec. 29 Same for 2,000l. to the Treasury Lords (Earl Poulett; Robert Harley, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Henry Pagett, Sir Thomas Mansel and Robert Benson) for 1710 Dec. 25 quarter on their salary. Money Book XX, p. 466. Order Book VIII, p. 12.
Same for 137,400l. to Sir John Humble bart. (the officer in the Receipt of the Exchequer commissionated to pay the annuities &c. under the 1710 Lottery): being 135,000l. for one year from 29 Sept. 1710 to 29 Sept. 1711 thereon and 2,400l. for same time for the rewards to officers employed therein, himself being one. (Money order dated 1710–11 Jan. 3 hereon. With a marginal entry of the subsequent confirmation dated 1711 June 9 by Treasurer Oxford hereof.) Money Book XX, p. 467. Order Book VIII, p. 509.
Allowance by the Treasury Lords of the salary bill and incidents bill, both detailed, of the Hackney Coaches Office for 1710 Dec. 25 quarter: totals respectively 200l. 10s. 0d. and 100l. 1s. 5d. Money Book XX, p. 468.
Money warrant for 1,096l. to the officers and clerks of the Tally Court for their fees on 10,960l. tallies of loan on several funds [which for the public service they made out without fees], being 6,421 tallies of loan on several funds and 4,539 tallies on the annuities at 9 per cent. per an. (Money order dated 1710–11 Jan. 2 hereon.) Money Book XX, p. 469. Order Book VII, p. 508.
Treasury allowance of the salary bill, detailed, of the Stamp Office for 1710 Dec. 25 quarter: total 1,330l. Money Book XXI, p. 1.
William Lowndes to Mr. Brydges. The Treasury Lords desire that out of the 265,083l. 6s. 8d. lately issued to you at the Exchequer in tallies and orders on the Land Tax anno 1711 you assign 100,000l. (with all interest on said tallies and orders from the dates thereof) to Sir Theodore Janssen et al., the [exchange] remitters for the service of the Forces in Flanders: [the same being] for the [equivalent] value in their bills given for the service of the Forces and to be accounted as part of the 919,092l. 3s. 6d. for the 40,000 men anno 1711. Disposition Book XXI, p. 25.
Letter of direction for 10,000l. to John Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons: out of loans on Land Tax anno 1711: and is intended to be applied towards the subsistence of the said Forces. Ibid., p. 26.
William Lowndes to the Navy Treasurer. The Bank of England have (as my Lords are informed) agreed to advance 5,000l. to you for two months at 4 per cent. on security of 5,800 tallies on the General Mortgage anno 1709. You are to make the deposit of security accordingly and apply said 5,000l. for paying off and discharging workmen from the Yard at Woolwich: [placing the same to account] under the head of Wear and Tear anno 1709. Ibid., p. 27.
Same to the Customs Commissioners enclosing a memorial [missing] from the Ambassador of the Emperor of Russia with a list of his goods which are arrived from Holland. Please use all due respect in examining and passing the said goods. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 277.
Dec. 29. William Lowndes to Mr. Brydges, Solicitor of the Customs. Please inform my Lords if you have received from Mr. Fane of Bristol any account whether he had actually signed a lease to Andrew Rowland of the extended estate in Monmouthshire of John Sansom, late collector of Bristol port. Ibid., p. 283.
Same to the Navy Commissioners to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of divers widows of seamen who perished in the dreadful strom which happened in November 1703, "praying her Majesty's bounty in like manner as others have received [their claims] amounting to about 3,202." What has been done for the rest of the said widows and how has it happened that the petitioners have not had an equal distribution with them ? Ibid.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to satisfy out of any Civil List money in the Exchequer the 1,000l. order for the Duke of Newcastle of Nov. 20 last, ut supra, p. 401, instead of out of loans to be made by his Lordship on her Majesty's tin. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Attorney General of the petition of the [Royal] Africa Company shewing that several persons on pretence of an extent obtained against them by one Thomas Albert, Receiver General [of Taxes] for Co. Worcester, entered their house in Leadenhall Street and possessed themselves of all the petitioners' books and papers by which means they are deprived of all correspondence and their affairs brought into utter confusion: that the said Albert made application to the Lord Chief Baron for an extent, but he refused to grant the same; but the persons who appear in this matter say 'tis granted by the Chancellor of the Exchequer: [further] that they [petitioners] never had any dealings with this Thomas Albert, but find that one Fletcher Albert, brother of the said Thomas, has lately bought up several of the petitioners' bonds and procured them to be changed into Thomas's name on purpose to give a colour of his [Thomas Albert] being a creditor to the petitioners in order to ruin them [by making believe that the Crown is interested, by the said Thomas Albert being a Receiver General]: therefore pray that the said extent may be superseded. Reference Book VIII, p. 436.
Allowance by the Treasury Lords of the salary bill, detailed, of the Hawkers and Pedlars Office for the half year ended 1709 Xmas (total 715l.) and the half year ended 1710 June 24 (total 715l.).
The like of the incidents bill, detailed, of said Office for one year to 1709 June 24 (total 412l. 6s. 7d.). Money Book XXI, pp. 20, 21.
Dec. 30. Privy seal for 10l. a day as ordinary to Charles, Earl of Peterborough, "whom we have appointed to go to the Court of Vienna": to be payable quarterly; the first quarter thereof in advance. Queen's Warrant Book XXIV, p. 401.
Money order for 200l. to Charles, Lord Halifax, Auditor of the Receipt, for one year to 1710 Xmas on his allowance for extraordinary service in his office. Order Book VIII, p. 12.
Same for 12l. 10s. 0d. to Thomas Fox for 1710 Xmas quarter for making and keeping the Registers of all the public loans made at the Receipt of the Exchequer. Ibid., p. 13.
Dec. 30. Letter of direction for 803l. 3s. 7¾d. to Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of the Works: out of Civil List moneys: and is to be paid over to Henry Wise, 700l. thereof for 1710 Xmas quarter on his contract for the royal gardens and 103l. 3s. 7¾d. for same quarter for St. James's Park. Disposition Book XXI, p. 27.
William Lowndes to James Brydges to report on the enclosed papers [missing], being a letter from Lord Dartmouth enclosing one to him from Mr. Chetwynd, her Majesty's Resident at Genoa, concerning the making a provision for the war in Spain for the ensuing year; also a letter from Monsieur Boissier and Company concerning money due to them on bills of exchange. Out Letters (General) XIX, p. 284.
Money warrant for 573l. to James Jefferys Esq., Resident with the King of Sweden: 300l. thereof for equipage and 273l. for one quarter in advance on his ordinary commencing from the day of his departure. (Money order dated 1710–11 Jan. 2 hereon.) (Letter of direction dated 17 Jan. 1710–11 hereon.) Money Book XX, p. 469. Order Book VIII, p. 12. Disposition Book XXI, p. 33.