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Calendar, Committee For Compounding: Part 1. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1889.

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Warrants from the House of Commons (O.H.C.), Committee for Compounding or Goldsmiths' Hall Committee (C.F.C. or C.G.H.),

Northern Committee For Compounding (N.C.F.C.), Committee For Scottish Affairs (C.S.A.), and its Sub-Committee at Turners' Hall, &c., to the Commissioners or Treasurers at Goldsmiths' Hall, &c. (T.G.H.), for Payment of Money. (fn. 1)

Date. From To For Object. Sum. References.
1643. £ s. d. G1a. G2. G265.
Oct.28 C.S.A. T.G.H. Rich. Latham Paid by him to the Committee of Scotland on bill of exchange at 15 days' sight. 500 0 0 1 1,2
" 30 " " Thos. Hatcher To be repaid in Scotland 300 0 0 1
" 31 " " Rich. Manditt and Wm. Cave, churchwardens of St. Dunstan's. For sums disbursed by them 18 16 7 2
Nov. 1 " " Rich Haddook caption of the John of London. In part for service in his expedition to Scotland 100 0 0 3 3
" 3 " " James Wainwright Disbursed by him in carrying letters to Scotland 10 0 0 5
"11 " " " " For special service of the committee 20 0 0 3
"16 " " Laurence Blacklock, stationer. For printing and making up 2,500 of the late ordinances of Parliament concerning advance of money for Scotland, being 10 reams of paper at 13s. 4d. the ream, besides making up. 8 3 4 5
" 17 " " Mrs. Christian English Bills of exchange drawn on Sir Gilbert Gerard by the English Commissioners, to be paid from money raised on [Thos.] Marsham's oils. 638 0 0 7 4,5
"18 " " [Alex.]Jackson, assay master of Goldsmiths' Hall, and usher to the committee. For service, and the occasional use of his rooms 20 0 0 6
Dec.2 " " Mr. Coates, printer For tickets, &c., printed for the committee 20 8 4 8
" " " " Laurence Blacklock, stationer. For 4,000 of each of the ordinances of 16 and 27 October last. 13 13 4 8
" 4 " " Nich. Huntley Paid to Sir Wm. Armyne and Hen. Darley, at Edinburgh, towards bills of exchange for Ber- wick garrison, to be deducted from the money received for oils. 200 0 0 9 6,7
" 8 " " David Buchanan Paid at Edinburgh to Armyne, Darley, and Sir Hen. Vane, on like conditions. 260 0 0 10 8, 9
" 12 " " Stephen Hawkes, cooper For cooping, gauging, &c., the oils late of Thos. Marsham, delinquent, sold to Edw. Clare. 6 0 0 75 10
Dec. 13 C.S.A. T.G.H. Christian, wife of Rob. English. For Berwick garrison, charged on Sir Gilbert Gerard by the English Commissioners at Edinburgh, to be paid out of Mr. Marsham's oil money. 500 0 0 10 11,12
"21 " " Wm. Ford, collector for sequestrations. Employment concerning the oils of Mr. Marsham, and the tin business discovered by him. 24 0 0 11
" 22 " and C.G.H. " Hen. Dawson Bill of exchange drawn by the English Commissioners, 6 Dec., at Edinburgh. 250 0 0 12 75 13, 14
" 29 " " Wm. Bond For the English Commissioners now in Scotland 100 0 0 12 15
1643—44.
Jan. 23 " " Mr. Radburn, Gauden, and Prince. According to terms of contract, and other orders, on certificate of the merchantableness of the commodity. 4,000 0 0 13
"" " " Jonathan Mullenux For carrying letters from London to Edinburgh by by land. 10 0 0 14
"" " " Jas. Wainwright For Sam. Birch, another messenger in the service 5 0 0 14
Feb. 2 C.G.H. " Dr. John Craige On a bill of exchange given of 12 Dec. 1643, drawn by the English Commissioners at Edinburgh. 150 0 0 75 16,17
" 6 C.S.A " [John] Cheisley, of Kers- wall, or James Cutler Moneys taken up in Scotland by the English Commissioners of Parliament to provide 10,000 bolls of meal and clothes for the Scottish army in Ireland 8,555 11 14 18—20
John Johnston and James Campbell 3,000 0 0 14
Hen. Dawson, merchant of London 500 0 0 14
" " 300 0 0 15
John Johnston 500 0 0 15
" 6 " " [Wm.] White, agent to Lord Fairfax. For 30 fodder of lead, at 12l. a fodder, shipped by Fairfax from Hull to Berwick, for the Scottish forces come to assist the Parliament. 360 0 0 15
" 24 Turners' Hall Sub-com. " Rob. Carr, master of the Samuel Justina. For carriage of 6,701 cheeses and 900 firkins of butter to the port nearest the Scots' army now in England. 55 0 0 21
" 28 C.S.A. " John Johnston, merchant of London. In full payment for a letter of credit from Sir Wm. Armyne at Edinburgh. 3,000 0 0 16
Mar. 26 Turner's Hall Sub-com. " Rob. Wyard, master of the Adventure of London. For carriage of 76 packs of clothes and 26 vats of shoes and shirts to Leith, for the Scots' army in Ireland. 80 10 0 22
Apr. 12 C.S.A. T.G.H. Wm. Hooker of Birching Lane, London. For oats and peas for the Scottish army in England, on bill of exchange from Hen. Darley to Sir Hen. Vane, jun. 100 0 0 19
" 18 C.G.H. " Thos. Manley of Wapping For 9 weeks' service as gunner at Berwick, being sent for by Hen. Darley, on certificate of the English Commissioners at Sunderland. 12 12 0 76
May 3 C.S.A. " Lady Anne Moulson Sum lent towards the 20,000l. to be sent to the Scottish army in the North, as part of the 50,000l. due by treaty. To be paid 4 Sept. next with interest. 600 0 0 22
" " " " Edw. Bowles, minister For pains during his abode with the English Commissioners in Scotland, and charges of journeys between England and Scotland. 100 0 0 24
" 12 " " Rich. Haddock, captain of the John of London. In full for service to Hull, on certificate (annexed), of delivery of the moneys laden aboard his ship. 50 0 0 25 23, 24
" 14 " " Phil. Starkey For attendance on the English Commissioners when in Scotland. 20 0 0 25 25
" 17 " " Rich. Coates, printer For tickets, acquittances, &c. 19 15 6 26
" 21 " " John Jackson Salary for a month's employment in Sussex, in collecting money there for Scotland, at 30s. a week. 6 0 0 27
" 24 " " Phil. Smith, messenger For 4 weeks' like employment in co. Cambridge 6 0 0 28
June 2 C.G.H. " Rob. Lowther and Ant. Bedingfield. On bill of exchange, annexed, drawn by Hen. Darley. 480 0 0 77 26, 27
" 4 C.S.A. " John Cadwell, messenger For 8 weeks' employment as collector in Surrey 12 0 0 29
" " " " Wm. Hale " " " Kent 12 0 0 30
" 9 C.G.H. " Wm. Stewart For victuals delivered at Londonderry for the army. 252 0 0 77
" 21 C.S.A. " Phil. Darell, recusants' auditor. For preparing books of the lands and goods of recusants and Papists, and the arrears due on compositions, seizures, &c., in the 4 northern counties. 10 0 0 31 80 29
July 1 Turners' Hall Sub-com. " Sarah, wife of George Dawes, captain of the Daniel of London. For carrying 100 tons of victuals to the Scots' army near Newcastle. 20 0 0 29
July 2 C.G.H. T.G.H. Ralph Robinson, beadle of Goldsmiths' Hall. On his petition, prefixed, for allowance for attendance since October last, and directing applicants to the commissioners and treasurers. 2 10 0 80
" 9 " " Mr. Johnston On bill of exchange, drawn by the Commissioners of the Scots' army. 4,000 0 0 80
" " English Comrs in the North. " Philip, Lord Wharton On bill of credit assigned by Sir Hen. Vane, jun., dated 26 June, accepted 9 July, on a general order of 5 April 1644, for payment of the commissioners' bills. 100 0 0 30
" " C.S.A. " Thos. Barham Balance due for 3 weeks' service at 5ss. a day in carrying further instructions to co. Northamp ton. 3 5 0 34
" 15 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Kent on the collection for Scotland. 9 0 0 34
Aug. 1 " " John Jackson For 5 weeks' like service in Sussex 7 10 0 35
" " " " Rich. Coates, printer For printing several things for the Committee 27 15 10 37
" 15 C.G.H. " Capt. Hum. Blunt On his petition, and with consent of the Scotch Commissioners, 25lbeing on contract for goods, Commissioners, 25lbeing on contract for goods,and 45l. for 5 weeks' demurrage. 70 0 0 81
" 20 C.S.A. " Jas. Hambleton, of Baggis, and Jas. Stewart, merchant of Edinburgh. In part of a contract for 40,000l. for provisions for the Scottish army in Ireland, on an order from the estates of Parliament of Scotland of 10 July 1644. 10,000 0 0 39,40 14, 15
" 21 " " Thos. Rodbeard & Co., cheesemongers of London. Arrears long due on a contract with the sub—com-mittee at Turners' Hall for butter and cheese for the Scottish army in Sunderland. 500 0 0 41
" " " " Dennis Gauden Balance due for 400 qrs. of peas for the said army 237 10 0 41
" 26 " " George Dawes, captain of the Daniel. For carriage of 12 vats of shoes to Sunderland, and 11s. coequet fees. 1 4 0 43 31
" 27 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 9 weeks' service in Kent, collecting the moneys for the brethren in Scotland. 9 0 0 43
" 10 C.G.H. " Alex. Maxwell and Sam. Lowhart. For meal for the Scotch aray in Ireland, by order of the estates of Parliament of Scotland from the 30,000l. for the said army. 532 16 8 22
Sept. 2 " " John Cadwell, messenger For 12 weeks' like service in Surrey 10 0 0 44
" 10 C.G.H. " Alex. Maxwell and Sam. Lawhart. For meal for the Scotch army in Ireland, by order of the estates of Parliament of Scotland from the 30,000l. for the said army. 532 16 8 22
" 15 C.S.A. " Rob. Carr, captain of the Samuel Justina. For service in the expedition to Sunderland 100 0 0 45 32
Sept. 23 C.S.A. T.G.H. John Jackson, messenger For 8 weeks' service in Sussex, collecting moneys for the brethren in Scotland. 12 0 0 47
" 24 C.G.H. " Art. Due and Edw. Harris For cloth, linen, and French Iockrams, &c., as by invoice, sent to Sunderland for the Scots' army. 7,661 15 7 81, 82
" " " " Capt. Rob. Carr of the Samuel Justina. For carriage of goods to Sunderland, with 20s. a-day demurrage if kept unladen more than 8 days. 100 0 0 26
" " " " Wm. White, agent to Lord Fairfax. Send for his army on order from the House of Commons of 13 Sept. for 15,000l. 5,000 0 0 47 28
Oct. 3 " " Thos. Steventon, grocer For 34 packs of match, being 6 tons, at 26l. the ton, with packing charges, &c. 161 2 10 48
" " " " Ant. Frere, merchant For parcels of shot 46 11 10 49
" 9 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Kent, collecting moneys for Scotland. 9 0 0 49
" 26 C.G.H. " [Thos.] Knight Advanced on an order of the Commons of 23 Oct. by the Committee at Goldsmiths' Hall for cos. Oxon, Berks, and Bucks. [G 1, p. 17; 117, p. 871.] 3,000 0 0 30
" " C.S.A. " John Jackson, messenger For 5 weeks' service in Sussex 7 10 0 50
Nov. 6 " " Sir Wm. Allenson of York. Advanced on a bill of credit for the commissioners residing with the Scots' army, of 18 Oct. 1644. 200 0 0 33
" 8 C.G.H. " John Ashe On a bill of exchange of 16 Oct. from Sir Adam Loftus. 200 0 0 34
" " " " Earl of Northumberland " " 700 0 0
" " " " Wm. Paget " "18 Oct. by Sir Wm. Armyne and others. 200 0 0
" " " " Rob. English " "24 Oct.
" 11 " " Mary, wife of Thos. Beedle, master of the Hector. Gratuity for safe delivery of 15,000l. to the Scots' army at Sunderland, any gratuity given him from any person there to be deducted therefrom. 37 10 0 51 35 34
" " " Turners' Hall Sub.-Com. Rob. Hudson master of the Unity of London. Freight for going with provisions to the Scots' army at Sunderland. 18 0 0 35
" 15 C.S.A. " Thos. Rookes, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Essex 9 0 0 52
" 16 O.H.C. C.G.H. For counties Oxon, Berks, and Bucks. Residue of 3,000l. ordered from the King's plate. [G 1, p. 21.] 1,000 0 0
Nov. 21 O.H.C. C.G.H. Maccabseus Holles, merc chant of Hull. For charges on a contract for delivering 100 barrels of gunpowder to, Edward, Earl of Manchester, at the late siege, and receiving 100 barrels from the Tower in lien of payment. 51 13 4 52
" " C.G.H. T.G.H. Rich. Spurne On hills of exchange signed by the English Commissioners in Scotland 26 Sept. 26 16 8 36
Tobias Spurne 27 Sept. 14 0 0
Timothy Moore 14 Oct. 45 13 10
Thos. Slany 18 Oct. 143 11 9
Rich. Haward 5 Nov. 79 6 8
" 22 O.H.C. C.G.H. [Gualter] Frost, for the Commissioners of both Kingdoms. Residue of the 3,000l. raised on the King's plate, any former order notwithstanding, to be re-imbursed for the service formerly assigned. 1,000 0 0 84
" 24 C.G.H. T.G.H. Mr. Frost On the preceding order, 2,500l. of the 3,000l. being already paid. 500 0 0 84
" 26 " " John Backhouse On bill of exchange signed by the English Commissioners. 62 0 4 36
" 29 " " Jas. Maxwell, merchant of Straban, Ireland. For 369 barrels of wheat, bought for MajorGeneral Monk's army by Alex. Meere, provostmarshal for the Scots' army in Ireland, with interest from the 300,000l. for that army on a bill dated Edinburgh, 15 Aug. 1644. 555 10 0 38,39 37
" " C.S.A. " John Jackson, messenger For 4 weeks' service in Essex 6 0 0 53
Dec. 6 —" " Wm.White, agent for Lord Fairfax. In part of 15,000l. to be paid by order of the House 147 0 0 55 39
" 10 " " Laurence Blacklock, printer. For 500 ordinances for the committee 2 2 6 55
" " " " John Warner, blacksmith For discovering evil persons, who intended to make false keys and rob the committee's treasurers. 10 0 0 56 39
" 11 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 9 weeks' service in Kent, collecting moneys for Scotland. 13 10 0 56
" 20 " " Committee of co. Glou cester. Overplus of the money arising upon the plate plate engaged to this committee. 280 0 0 39 36,37
" " " " Wm.White, agent for Lord Fairfax. In part of 15,000l. ordered by the House 370 0 0 55 40
" 24 " " Thos. Rookes, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Essex 9 0 0 57
Dec. 28 C.S.A. T.G.H. Ship Captain warranted by the Committee of both Kingdoms, or the Earl of Warwick. To be sent to Carrickfergus for the Scots' army in Ireland in ships in the Parliament service, by order of the House of Commons. 10,000 0 0 58 41
1644—5.
Jan. 1 " " Wm. White, Lord Fair fax's agent. In part of the 15,000l. by order of the House 69 6 0 59 43
' 3 " " " " " " " " 100 0 0 60 43
" 10 " " Dan. Leech For viewing houses of sequestered delinquents, by order of the House of Commons 10 0 0 60 45
Hugh Aldington 5 0 0
Fras. West 5 0 0
" 23 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Kent in collecting money for Scotland. 9 0 0 60
" 31 " " John Jackson, messenger For 9 weeks' like service in Sussex 13 10 0 61
Feb. 7 C.G.H. " [John] Johnston When it can be paid without prejudice to former engagements. 500 0 0 49
" 11 " " Art. Due and Edw. Harris, drapers. In part of arrears for provisions of the Scottish army, any order to the contrary notwithstanding. 500 0 0 50
" 18 C.S.A. " Capt. Rob. Carr Allowance for primage, demurrage, and average, on his return from Newcastle, according to a reference of 3 Dec. 1644 and report 18 Feb. on his request. 20 0 0 54, 55 51 38
March 6 " Committee clerks To distribute among the clerks of the House of Commons (whereof Mr. Mabbott is to have 40s.) for writing out orders concerning this committee. 50 0 0 62
" 10 " John Jackson, messenger For 6 weeks' service in Sussex 9 0 0 62
" 20 C.G.H. T.G.H. [Rob.] English To be repaid to Sir A. Hepburne at Edinburgh or Newcastle. 5,000 0 0 66
" " " " Sir Adam Hepburne's agent. To be paid on his order by bill of exchange or otherwise. 5,000 0 0 66
" 21 Turners' Hall Sub-Com. " Simon Skannel, master of the Samuel Justina. Freight and tonnage in transporting clothes, arms, &c., to the Scottish army at Newcastle. 55 0 0 39
" 28 C.G.H. " Jas. Browne, merchant Out of the 10,000l. part of the 3,000l. to be sent to the Scots, on bill of exchange from Sir Adam Hepburne. 200 0 0 67
April 3 C.S.A. " Wm. Hale, messenger For 10 weeks' service in Kent, collecting moneys for the Scottish army. 15 0 0 64
April 18 C.S.A. T.G.H. Rich. Coates, printer For tickets and ordinances for this committee 21 15 4 65
" 24 " " Edw. Husbands, printer For 500 ordinances, 3 sheets each, for raising the 21,000l. a month, for the Earl of Leven's army. 29 5 6 66
May 2 " " Capt. Rob. Hudson Gratuity on certificate prefixed, dated 4 April, from Jo. Aikman, deputy-commissary of the Scottish army, of his delivery of 30,000l. Sent by him. 20 0 0 66, 67 71 40
" " C.G.H. " Capt. Rob. Hudson On his petition, for loss of time to himself, partners, and men. 71 71
" 9 C.S.A. " John Jackson, messenger For 8 weeks' service in co. Hunts 12 0 0 67
" 16 Turners' Hall " Rob. Wyard, or the Adventure. For freight to Newcastle, with provisions for the Scottish army. 50 0 0 41
" 20 C.S.A. " Wm. White At the earnest request of Lord Fairfax, for 14 days' pay for — Rookesby, major of his own regiment in Yorkshire, out of the 15,000l. ordered for the Northern army. 35 14 0 68
June 6 " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 9 weeks' service in Kent, collecting for the the Scots. 13 10 0 69
" 7 O.H.C. C.G.H. Town of Lancaster From estates of Papists and delinquents in the county, when the war is ended. [G 117 , p. 871.] 8,000 0 0
" 17 C.S.A. T.G.H. John Jackson, messenger For 6 weeks' service in cos. Hunts and Bedford 9 0 0 69
" 27 " " Roger Houghton For 8 " " in cos. Rutland and Hunts, collecting for the Scots.
July 2 " " John Davies Reward for delivery, by warrant of the Lord High Admiral, of 10,000l. to the commissary of the Scots' army at Carrickfergus, in regard of his great expense, delay, and hazard. 40 0 0 72
" 15 " " Thos. Vincent, officer of Goldsmiths' Hall. For his journey to Northampton [with money for the Scots' army]. 3 15 0 72 87 42
" 17 " " Jo. Johnstone, agent of the Commissioners of Scotland. Balance unpaid of the 15,000l. to be raised on the ordinance of 20 Feb. 1645, which is to be part of the 31,000l. to be presently advanced. 500 0 0 73
" 18 " " Commissioners to reside with the Scots' army. By order of the House of Commons of 16 July, for present charges, from the fine of Sir John Boteler 500 0 0 74 89 43
" " " " Arthur Salway, their min ister. 50 0 0
July 23 C.S.A. T.G.H. John Johnstone With speed, for use of the Scottish army, to be repaid from the fines of delinquents, or 4 months' assessments. 1,500 0 0 76 90
Aug. 1 " " [Rob.] English Part of the above 1,500l. ordered for Johnstone, by order of Rob. Barklay, Scottish commissioner. 26 6 8 76
" 5 " " Thos. Richardson, wagon master - general of the army. Imprest towards carriage of 100 barrels of gun powder, with match and bullet, to the Scottish army. 40 0 0 79 93 44
" 8 " " Commissioners of Parlia ment residing in the Scottish army. On an order of the House of Commons of 21 July last. 200 0 0 80 45
" " " " Hen. Herbert, M.P., added to the above commis sioners. For his journey and charges, by order of the House of Commons given of 8 Aug. [See G 1, p. 52.] 100 0 0 93
" 12 " " John Jackson, messenger For 8 weeks' service in cob. Bedford and Hunts 12 0 0 81 94
" 15 " " [Thos.] Vincent On a bill allowed for 6l. 13s., increased to 10 0 0 81 94 46
" 21 C.G.H. " Thos. Andrew, messenger For 10 weeks' service in cos. Northampton and Bedford. 15 0 0 82 95
" " " " Thos. Richardson, wagon master-general. Additional imprest for carriage of powder, &c. 25 14 0 82 47
" " " " Waggoners and others Employed to carry 20,000l. and 9,500l. sent to Hatfield, for the use of the Scottish army. 42 8 0 83 95 48
Sept. 2 " " Rich. Salway On bill of exchange from the Parliamentary Commissioners sent to the Scots' army, in part of 250l. written for, out of the first fines for delinquency by them, to be paid. 100 0 0 97
" " C.S.A. " John Johnstone At request of Mr. Barklay, to be repaid out of the fines to be raised from delinquents for payment of the 31,000l. to the Scottish army. 500 0 0 89 98
" " " " James Crook For 12 weeks' service in cos. Middlesex and Herts, in collecting money for the Scots, from 10 June to 2 Sept. 18 0 0 89
" 5 " " " For " " " from 2 Sept. to 24 Nov. 18 0 0 90
Sept. 9 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. John Bridges Sum paid for delinquency on an order of the House of Commons of 16 Aug. given, by John Covert, whose security Bridges has discharged for payment of the like sum for his personal liberty, and the bond to be delivered up. 300 0 0 53, 56 102 49, 50
" 23 " " Mary Parker From the fine for delinquency of [Dan.] Wigmore, or some other. 20 0 0 104
" " " " Commissioners residing with the Scots' army. In part of 500l. allowed for them 200 0 0 104
" " C.S.A. " Commissioners lately residing with the Scots' army. On credit of an order of the House of Commons of 21 July. 200 0 0 91 51
" 26 " " Wm. Greenway, and three other collectors. To be equally distributed amongst them 10 0 0 91 105
Oct. 1 O.H.C. " Sir Chas. Egerton On an order of the House of Commons of 17 Sept. given, from the first money paid in by [Mich.] Grigg for delinquency, or by any other delinquent whom he propounds. [See G 1, p. 59.] 300 0 0 59 121
" 7 C.S.A. " John Jackson, messenger For 8 weeks' service in co. Bucks 12 0 0 92 110
" " " " Wm. Hale, messenger For 17 " " " Kent 25 10 0 92
" 10 " " Thos. Weekes, messenger For 18 " " " Essex and Suffolk, and 5l. spent on troops, &c., for the more speedy getting in of the money. 32 0 0 93
" " " " Jas. Powell For expenses as an agent of the committee, in raising the 4 months' pay for the Scottish army in co. Hunts. 2 10 0 94 111
" " " " Wm. Sherwill For daily attendance, and keeping and writing out books of account, at 40s. a week, from 6 Oct. 1643 to 6 Oct. 1645. 208 0 0 93
" 17 C.G.H. " Scotch Commissioners From the first moneys that come in one assessments. 300 0 0 113
" 21 " " Susannah Fall For moneys paid to [Thos.] Peade and [Wm.] Greenway, officers of the Committee at Goldsmiths' Hall. 4 0 0 84
" " " " John Rutter For Thos. Squire, messenger of the committee, on account. 6 18 0 84
" 28 C.S.A. " Ant. Dowse, stationer For books, &c., for this committee 3 6 4 94
Nov. 1 O.H.C. C.G.H. Mr. Health All out of the 350l. received as Sir John Cotton's composition for delinquency; or if the fine be only 340l., the other 10l. to be paid from other compositions. [G 1, p. 59] 50 0 0 123
" " " " Thos. Bywater 50 0 0
"" " "Wm. Cave Wm.Cave 50 0 0
"" " " Lieut. Col. Grimes 50 0 0
"" " " Mrs. Babington 40 0 0
"" " " Cornet Palmer 40 0 0
"" " " Widow of Cornet Halsey 40 0 0
"" " " Capt. Jessopp 30 0 0
" 4 C.G.H. T.G.H. Susan Abercromy, widow On an ordinance of Parliament of 27 Oct. 20 0 0 124
" " O.H.C. C.G.H. Fras. Allen For the jewel given by the House to General Sir Thos. Fairfax. 800 0 0 52
" 6 C.G.H. T.G.H. .Sir Chas. Egerton From the fine of Sir Wm. Ford of Harrington, who was presented by him. 30 0 0 122
" " " " Thos. Richardson Balance due on his bill subjoined of 129l. 17s. 6d. for sending 100 barrels of powder, 5 tons of bullet, and 5 of match, from London to Northampton 6 Aug. 1645, and 17 vats of match, 100 barrels of powder, and 40 barrels of bullet, 21 and 23 Aug. 2 3 0 95—99 122 53
"" " " Frances Backhouse, widow For relief out of the 1,000l. for widows of officers and soldiers. 100 0 0 54
" 8 C.S.A. " Thos. Andrews, messenger For 12 weeks' service in cos. Bedford and Northampton, in collecting money for the Scots. 18 0 0 100 125
" 11 C.G.H. " — Marshall Advanced for the Scottish business. From the loan of some person presented by him as fit to contribute. 50 0 0 125
" 13 " " Fras. Allen On an order of the House of Commons 4 Nov., for a jewel given to general Sir Thos. Fairfax. [See G 1, p. 58.] 800 0 0 127
" 15 " " Frances Backhouse Impost of 100l. ordered her upon the order in the House of Commons of 18 Oct. last, her husband being slain when serjeant-major to Col. Massey's regiment. 25 0 0 128 55
" 17 O.H.C. C.G.H. Sir John Dryden and 2 others. Repayment of loans, principal with interest, lent out of delinquents' estates in co. Northampton. [G 117, p. 871.] 1,000 0 0
" " " " Sir Phil. Stapleton and 3 others. Like repayment of loans out of delinquents' estates in cos. Leicester, Hereford, or York. [G 117, p. 872.] 1,000 0 0
Nov. 24 O.H.C. C.G.H. County Committee for Stafford. For the forces there, from half the fines of Thos. Broughton and 2 others. [G 117, p. 871.] 3,000 0 0
" 25 C.S.A. T.G.H. Thos. Rookes Employed in cos. Hunts and Rutland to collect money for the Scots, but taken prisoner by the King's party, and now in Belvoir Castle. 15 0 0 101
Dec. 6 O.H.C. C.G.H. Committee for Sequestrations of Northampton. From the half of the compositions not charged for Sir T. Fairfax's army. [G 117, p. 871.] 4,000 0 0
" 11 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Chas. Egerton From Sir Wm. Ford's composition, according to an order of Parliament. 300 0 0 2
"13 " " Mrs. Abercromy, widow In full of 100l. granted by an order of the House of Commons 27 Oct. 1645. 80 0 0 5
" 18 " " Commissioners of Par liament who are to reside with the Scottish army. By order of the House of Commons 18 Dec. 6,000 0 0 101 6
" " " " Thos. Richardson, wagon master. Towards carriage of 23 chests of money, shirts, clothes, shoes, &c., to the Scottish army at Newark. 100 0 0 130 56
" 25 " " Edw. Husbands, printer For 600 ordinances for this committee 1 16 8 104 9
" " " " Capt. Browning and 7 other Dutch officers named. In lieu of all demands from Parliament 500 0 0 9
1645—46.
Jan. 3 " " Thos. Rands On an order of the House of Commons prefixed, for pay of the convoy wagons, to carry the ammunition, &c., to the forces before Newark. 240 0 0 12
" " " " Thos. Weekes, agent for Essex and Suffolk. For collecting the monthly tax for the Scots army, 12 weeks' pay at 30s. a week, and 2l. given to troopers employed. 20 0 0 12
" 6 " " Capt. John Beech For 60 dragoons and officers to guard the moneys lately sent to the Scots' army before Newark, 19 days' service. 116 17 0 15 57, 58
" " " " Thos. Squire Increase on his bill of 6l. 6s. 11d. for his journey to Newark. 10 0 0 15 59
" 8 " " Lord Robartes On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Nov. 1645, from the fines of Sir John Harper and 3 others. 2,000 0 0 16
" 10 " " George Hiron For writing the names of the delinquents who came in and were examined last November. 1 0 0 17
1645-46.
Jan. 10 C.S.A. T.G.H. Stephen Marshall, minister, of Essex. Repayment at his earnest request of his loan on the Scottish loan ordinance of 16 Oct. 1643, to be paid out of Eliab Harvey's assessment. With his Public Faith Bill receipted. 50 0 0 60, 61
" 17 " " Fras. Allen For a jewel sent to Sir Thos. Fairfax, according to a former order of 13 Nov. on an order of the House of Commons of 4 Nov. 1645. 800 0 0 22
" 20 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rob. English By order of the Commissioners of Scotland, on bills of exchange payable to Lord Humby, treasurer to the Scottish army. [G 2, p. 84.] 1,000 0 0
" " " " Thos. Rands On orders of the House of Commons of 19 and 20 Jan. for charges of a mortar piece now at Reading to be employed against Belvoir Castle. [G 117, p. 871.] 350 0 0 78 24 62, 63
" 27 " " Col. [Thos.] Morgan, governor of Gloucester. On an order of the House of Commons of 23 Jan. given for faithful service out of the ½ of compositions not reserved for Sir T. Fairfax's army. 200 0 0 79 26 64
" " " " Sir John Temple From the 1,671l. 0s. 6d. ordered to Sir Wm. Anderson and Toby Norris, and by them assigned to Sir J. Temple. 600 0 0 27
" " " " Thos. Bedell, captain of the Hector. For delivering muskets, powder, and match for the Scots' army at Newcastle and Hull. 9 2 0 27
" 31 " " Sir Wm. Balfour On an order of the House of Commons of 17 Nov. 1645, for arrears from the fine of Sir Rich. Wingfield, nominated by him. 2,000 0 0 30
Feb. 2 O.H.C. C.G.H. John Fitzjames With interest at 8 per cent. from fines of delinquents in cos. Dorset and Somerset. [G 117, p. 871.] 1,300 0 0
" 3 C.G.H. T.G.H. Thos. Rands, treasurer for co. Lincoln. On an order of the House of Commons of 2 Feb., given, for 1 week's pay for the forces employed in taking Belvoir Castle. Sir Ant. Irby to see it paid. 600 0 0 84 32 65
" " " " Commissioners of Parliament with the Scots' army before Newark. On an order of the House of Commons of 2 Feb. given, being money formerly appointed for Thos. Rands for conveying from Reading to Belvoir Castle a mortar piece which is to be sent against Newark. 350 0 0 97 33 66, 67
Feb. 7 C.G.H. T.G.H. Thos. Richardson, wagonmaster. On an order of the Committee of both Kingdoms of both Kingdoms of 12 Jan. 1646, for carriage of arms, clothes, &c., to the Scots' army at Nottingham, at 8s. per cwt. 161 10 2 37 68, 69
[Feb. 7] " " Capt. John Beech For a convoy of 60 men with officers to march to Nottingham, with provisions for the Scots' army. 98 0 0 38 70
" 12 " " Ralph Weckerlyn, Latin secretary. On an order of the House of Commons of 31 Jan., for faithful service. 200 0 0 39
" 17 " " Capt. John Poyer, late mayor of Pembroke. On an order of the House of Commons of 16 Feb. given, from the moiety of the receipts not engaged for Sir Thos. Fairfax's army. 200 0 0 42 71, 72
" " " " Scotch Commissioners Remainder of the 31,000l. ordered to be sent to Newark. 1,600 0 0 42
" 24 " " Sir Ant. Irby, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons of 23 Feb. given, for the forces before Newark, by direction of the Commissioners of Parliament there. 1,200 0 0 99 42 73,74
" " " " Thos. Rookes, officer of the Committee. Above his salary, for losses and sufferings when prisoner prisoner in Belvoir Castle. 20 0 0 44
" " " " Major General Browne On an order of the House of Commons of 17 Feb. given, for Abingdon garrison, to be advanced by the treasurers and repaid with interest from compositions chosen by them. 3,000 0 0 45 75
" " " " Capt. John Poyer On an order of the House of Commons 17 Feb. 1646. 200 0 0 46
March 3 " " Thos. Squire Bill for 10l. for journey to Scots' army, increased to. 15 0 0 75a
" 14 " " Edw. Knight and 28 others on an order of the House of Commons of 2 Dec. 1645, for arms and ammunition. 7,535 19 10 13, 55 64
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" 23 O.H.C. C.G.H. Earl of Denbigh Residue of 3,000l. this day ordered for the Earl from uncharged compositions. 1,500 0 0 104 79 77
" 24 C.G.H. T.G.H. Thos. Stockdale, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons given, of 23 March, from Sir John Goodrich's fine, towards payment of losses, &c., in the service, of 5,216l., all that is paid in now, and the rest when received. 1,200 0 0 63,67 78,79
Mar. 24 C.G.H. H.T.G.H. Sir A. Hesilrigge, &c. On an order of the House of Commons of 17 Nov. 1645, from Mr. Hildyard's fine. 1,000 0 0 66
" 26 " " Nominees of Parliament On an order of the House of Commons of 19 March 1646, to be employed for the Scots army before Newark. 5,000 0 0 69 71
April 4 " " Sir Ant. Irby, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons of 3 April given. Arrears of his colonel's pay, from the ½ of delinquents' compositions in co. Lincoln. 1,000 0 0 105 73 80
" " " " Sir Wm. Balfour On an order of the House of Commons of 17 Nov. 1645, towards 2,000l. in part of his arrears from the fines of delinquents whom he shall propound. 560 0 0 71
" 6 " " John Leech, clerk of the committee. For the clerks of the Houses of Lords and Commons, for writing out orders concerning this committee, and for their encouragement to be careful therein. 15 0 0 72
" 11 " " John Smith and Thos. Richardson. On order of the House of Commons of 12 Jan. given, on account for viewing and enrolling horses and arms, in part of 834l. 5s. 400 0 0 77 78 81,82
" 15 H.C.C. G.H. Col. Wm. Cromwell On his petition for part of arrears as colonel of a regiment of foot in Lord Lisle's brigade in Ireland. 700 0 0 106 84 83
" 16 C.G.H. T.G.H. Mary Parker Till further order 100 0 0 78
" " " " Rich. Rogers For an iron chest for the committee 5 0 0 78
" 18 " " John Griffin Horse hire and charges 12 days, in going to Nottingham with 5,000l. for the Scots' army, and for 20 Musketeers, being in some danger. 4 10 0 80 84
" 24 " " Rodolph or Ralph Weckerlyn, lyn, Latin Secretary. On an order of the House of Commons given of 18 April, as before ordered; Mr. Jenner to take care it is paid. 200 0 0 107 84, 87 85
" " Basil, Earl of Denbigh. " Sam. Terrick, M.P. For a debt, being part of the 1,500l. assigned to the Earl by order of the House of Commons. 112 0 0 99
" 28 C.G.H. " Major Desborow To buy him horses on an order of the House of Commons of 27 April, given. 100 0 0 108 88, 90 86
" " " " 4 of the Committee of co. Northampton. On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Dec. 1645. 4,000 0 0 89
May 2 " " "Rob. Jenner, M.P. On an order of the House, of Commons of 1 May given, towards losses by the enemy in co. Wilts, from compositions for the estates of Edw. Earnley and two others, co. Wilts. 500 0 0 110 95,97 87
May 2 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Wm. Anderson and Tobias Norris, Merchant. On their petition, in part payment of clothes for the despoiled and stripped English soldiers in and near Dublin, out of the ½ of compositions not charged for Sir T. Fairfax's army, being half their debt of 3,336l. 1s. 1,668 0 6 19, 95, 97 88
" 4 O.H.C. C.G.H. [— Harrison, sadler] Debt incurred by the Committee for cos. Oxon, Berks, and Bucks. [G 117, p. 872] 350 0 0
" 7 C.G.H. T.G.H. John Simpson, messenger. On an order of the House of Commons of 2 May given, for bringing the news of the summons and answer from Newark garrison. 10 0 0 110 103 89
" " " " Walter Johnson On an order of the House of Commons of 6 May given, for bringing a letter from the Parliament Commissioners at the leaguer before Newark. 30 0 0 110 103, 104 90
" " " " Secretary of Col. Gen. Sydenham Pointz. On an order of the House of Commons of 6 May given, for bringing a letter from the General. 30 0 0 110 103, 104 91
" " " " Thos. Andrews, agent for cos. Bedford and Northampton. For 16 weeks' salary in bringing in the assessments for the Scots. 24 0 0 104
" 13 O.H.C. C.G.H. Lieut.-Col. Agmondisham Muschamp. In part of moneys disbursed for service in Ireland, from the unreserved ½ of composition moneys. 100 0 0 113 117 92
" 16 C.G.H. T.G.H. Wm. Hale, messenger to Kent. 8 weeks' salary at 30s. a week 12 0 0 114 93
" 21 " " Ald. Sam. Avery, on acquittance of Sir Abr. Williams. On an order of the House of Commons of 20 April, for support of the Queen of Bohemia, by 250l. weekly. 10,000 0 0 116
" 23 " " Fras. Webb, merchant, London. For arms, &c., for Ireland, on an order of the House of Commons of 2 Dec. 1645. 4,428 9 8 120
" " " " Jane, widow of Hen. Atkinson On an order of the House of Commons of 19 May given, from Sir Thos. Fairfax's ½ of compositions, to be repaid when received from Fras. Neville, as the remainder of his fine. Repeated 4 July. 500 0 0 121,
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June 2 " " Earl of Stamford In part of 1,500l. on order of the House of Commons of 6 May, to be reimbursed from delinquents' estates discovered by Mr. Sanders. 200 0 0 126
" 4 " " Mrs. Parker On an order of the House of Commons of 18 March, for houses pulled down about Lincoln, to be paid out of Dan. Wigmore's fine, the 120l. already paid to be in part. 500 0 0 127
June 4 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rich. Nethaway, brewer, Bristol. For loss in the taking of Bristol, on an order of the House of Commons of 9 Dec. 1645. 500 0 0 130
" 11 " " Rich. Coates, printer For things printed for the committee 5 0 0 136
" 16 " " Rob. Fenwick and Thos. Davidson. On an order of the House of Commons of 6 June given, on account of necessaries for defence of of Holy Island, out of the composition of Sir Hum. Mildmay. 500 0 0 117 138, 141 97—99
" 19 O.H.C. C.G.H. Lady Fairfax Part of a larger sum ordered from the fine of any northern delinquent presented by her. 300 0 0 145 100
" 23 C.G.H. T.G.H. Capt. Sam. Gardiner On an order of the House of Commons of 6 June, and his petition; all former orders for payment revoked. 1,000 0 0 147, 149 101
" 30 " " [Sam.] Hartlibb On an order of the House of Commons of 25 June given, in advance without account for his maintenance. 100 0 0 157
July 4 " " Jas. Crook, sequestration agent for cos. Middlesex and Herts. 8 weeks' salary for bringing in the assessment for "our brethren of Scotland." 12 0 0 163 102
" " " " Phil. Smith, agent for co. Cambridge. 15 weeks' salary " " 20 10 0 164 103
" 7 O.H.C. C.G.H. Capt. Johnson For bringing the letter from the King, and other letters from Newcastle to Parliament. 20 0 0 121 168 104
" 10 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rob. Heath, messenger to co. Sussex. 13 weeks' salary 19 10 0 169
" " " " Thos. Andrew, messenger to cos. Northampton and Bedford. 9 " " 13 10 0 169
" " " " Alex. Jackson Provisions and personal attendance on the committee for 2 years. 30 0 0 170
" 17 O.H.C. C.G.H. Sir Wm. Waller For service from 16 Sept. 1645, from fines of Sir Edw. Bishop, Sir Hen. Carey, Sir Hen. Spiller, or any other presented by him. 7,307 0 0 189
" 23 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Gen. Sydenham Points. On an order of the House of Commons of 22 July given, in part of his arrears in service of Parliament, out of the fines of Sir Roger Palmer. 1,000 0 0 123 180, 181 105, 106
July 30 C.G.H. T.G.H. Wm. Hale, messenger to cos. Kent and Surrey. 11 weeks' salary for bringing in the Scottish loan 18 10 0 187 107
" " " " Sir Chas. Egerton On an order of the House of Commons of 2 March given, from the fine of Sir Rich. Graham, Bart., nominated by him. 500 0 0 100 190, 191 108, 109
Aug. 4 " " Rob. Heath, messenger for Surrey. 18 weeks' salary 27 0 0 192
" 5 " " Peter de Sallanova On his petition and an order of the House of Commons of 31 July given, for service as surgeon and master of ordnance in Weymouth garrison, in part of 1,736l. due from the fine of Sir John Miller, co. Dorset. 500 0 0 195, 196 110, 111
" 6 O.H.C. C.G.H. John Ireton, mercer, London. For co. Nottingham, from compositions of delinquents there. [G 117, p. 872.] 6,000 0 0
" " " " Lieut.-Col. Davidson Arrears of pay 20 0 0 127 203 112
" " C.H.G. T.G.H. Capt. Wm. Owen On his petition and an order of the House of Commons of 6 Aug. given, on account of arrears. 10 0 0 126 198, 200 113
" " " " Wm. Bury, surgeon On an order of the House of Commons of 31 Aug. given, in part of arrears of his entertainment. 30 0 0 125 198,199 114,115
" 20 " " Dame Eliz. Grey On an order of the House of Commons of 11 Aug. given, for losses in Ireland and debt from the King, from compositions of Mr. Kirkham of Fitchett, co. Northampton. 300 0 0 211 116, 117
" 28 O.H.C. C.G.H. Committee of Sequestrations of Derby. From delinquents' estates there, the 1,200l. already taken up of the compositions of Sir John Furness and Sir Hen. Hunlock to be part thereof. [G 117, p. 872.] 5,000 0 0
Sept. 3 C.G.H. T.G.H. Jas. Crooke, messenger for cos. Middlesex and Herts. 10 weeks' salary for bringing in the monthly assessments of 21,000l. for the Scots. 15 0 0 225 118
" 7 " " Thos. Saunders, of London Employed by order of Parliament, towards charges and allowances, for delinquents' estates, co. Hereford, &c., discovered by him. 40 0 0 230
" 16 " " Capt. Pudsey On an order of the House of Commons of 17 July given, from the first moneys coming in from delinquents in Lichfield Close at its surrender. 200 0 0 236 119
Sept. 18 C.G.H. T.G.H. Adj.-Gen. Lowthian On an order of the House of Commons of 17 July given, 200l. being for service at Lichfield, and 500l. on account; to be paid from like moneys after Capt. Pudsey's payment 200 0 0
500 0 0 122 190, 239 120—124
" 22 " " Wm. Bury On an order of the House of Commons of 22 Sept. given for pay of the forces, co. Lincoln, from the fines of Sir Phil. Tirwhit, Edw. Pelham, Sir John Mounson, John Newton, and Sir George Heneage. [G 117, p. 872.] 8,00 0 0 241 123,124
"" " " Wm. White On an order of the House of Commons of 15 Sept. given, for the forces in the 5 northern counties. [G 117, p. 872.] 10,000 0 0 241 125
"24 O.H.C. C.G.H. James Croxton, for the Committee of co. Chester. Towards disbanding their forces, from delinquents' estates there. [G 117, p. 873.] 2,000 0 0
Oct. 1 C.H.G. T.G.H. Col. Michael Jones On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Aug. 1646 given, on account of arrears, from the composition of [Peter] Venables, Baron of Kinderton. 1,000 0 0 149 248 126,127
"6 " " Sir Walter Earle, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Sept. 1646 given, on account for charges and arrears of pay, from fines of Sir George Vaughan and Major John Hellyar. 1,500 0 0 252,253 128
"" " " Col. Hercules Huncks Charged on the order of 4 Nov. 1645, from delinquents' estates to be discovered by him at Haberdashers' Hall, to the receipts at Goldsmiths'Hall. 300 0 0 252,254 129
" " " " Wm. Hale, messenger for Kent and Surrey. 10 weeks' salary for self and horse, at 30s. a week 15 0 0 250 130
" 12 " " Mat. White For bed and bedding for the committee 4 1 9 258
" 15 " " Cols. Bethell and Lambert On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Oct., from the fines of Sir Mich. Wharton, Sir Geo. Wentworth, Lord Saville, and 4 others. 2,000 0 0 260 131,132
" 17 " " Edw. Smith, major to Col. Wm. Legon. On an order of the House of Commons of 22 July given, for good service. 263 264 133, 134
Oct. 17 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Wm. Brereton On an order of the House of Commons of 10 Oct given, from fines of delinquents nominated by him. With note of 10 names suggested; also like orders for payments from 7 more delinquents' fines 12 Jan., and 5 more 23 Jan. 1647. 5,000 0 0 263, 372, 391 135—139
" 24 " " Rob. Jenner On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Oct. given, for disbanding soldiers in co. Wilts, from fines of Francis, Lord Seymour, Sir James Thynne, and Sir Wm. Button. 3,000 0 0 250, 267 140, 143
" 27 " " Major Peter Baxter On an order of the House of Commons of 7 Oct. given, from the fines of Edw. Lewen of Winckton, Christchurch, and Rob. Tusker, alderman of Winchester. [G 117, p. 873.] 800 0 0 263, 271 144, 146
" 29 " " Edw. Walford, messenger On an order of the House of Commons of 27 Oct. given, for service, from delinquents' estates to be discovered by him. 50 0 0 272 147
Nov. 3 Navy Comrs C.G.H. Sir Hen. Vane, jun., Navy treasurer. By a former Parliament Order given of 24 Sept., from Sir Wm. Campion's composition for repair of 2 great breaches in Dover harbour. [G 81, pp. 243, 245.] 1,000 0 0
" " C.G.H. T.G.H. Nath. Derdiam, Serjeant's deputy. On report of sub-commissioners, for pains and charges in bringing up the witnesses of Lord Poulett and Lady [Ellen] Drake. 10 0 0 279
" 10 " " Nathan Wright, merchant of London. On an order of the House of Commons of 14 Oct. given. Repayment of 1,000l. advanced 23 June 1641, on credit of two subsidies, for relief of the North, with 8 per cent. interest. 1,421 9 7 284, 285 148
" " " " Col. and Capt. Wm. Purefoy. On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Nov. given, for arrears as officer of horse, respited on the Public Faith, from fines of Sir Rob. Fisher and John Stamford, co. Warwick. 1,561 9 10 284, 285 149
" " " " County Committee of Berks On an order of the House of Commons of 23 Oct. 1646 given, for maintenance of forces in Abingdon garrison. Renewed 17 Nov. 5,000 0 0 213, 292 150—152
" 12 " " Col. Leonard Lidcott On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Sept. 1646 given, for his arrears from Goldsmiths' Hall, in lieu of from delinquents' estates discovered by him. 500 0 0 288, 289 153, 154
Nov. 12 C.G.H. T.G.H. Jas. Crooke, messenger for cos. Middlesex and Herts. For 10 weeks' Salary, on an order of the House of Commons of 13 March 1643—44. 15 0 0 289
" " " " Nich. Loftus, deputy-treasurer to Sir Adam Loftus. On an order of the House of Commons of 12 Nov. given for Ireland, the preservation of Dublin being much concerned therein. 5,000 0 0 296 155, 156
" " " " Executors of the Earl of Bolingbroke. On an order of the House of Commons of 29 Oct., for the Earl's fee as Commissioner of the Great Seal, from fines of Francis, Lord Seymour, and 3 others. 1,000 0 0 157
" " " " Thos. Dickinson, Lord Mayor of York. On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Oct. given, for repairs of walls, gates, and bridges, from fines of delinquents in the city and county; with power for Sir Rich. Eccleston to receive 400l. paid by Sir George Wentworth. 5,000 0 0 310 158—161
" 19 " " Treasurers for maimed soldiers at Christchurch. On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Oct. given, for the wives and widows of officers and Soldiers, for whom a like sum was ordered from the Excise. 10,000 0 0 295, 347 162, 163
" 21 " " Sir Wm. Balfour From fines of Sir Thos. Bludder and 3 others; balance of 2,000l. granted. 1,254 0 0 298
Dec. 1 " " Mrs. [Ellen] Askwith On an order of the House of Commons of 8 Oct., from Lord Saville's fine. 1,000 0 0 311
" 3 " " Militia Committee of London. On an order of the House of Commons of 30 Oct., for maintenance of the city guards. 12,000 0 0 164
" " " " Sir John Merrick On an order of the House of Commons of 21 Nov., given in part of arrears. 1,500 0 0 313 165, 166
" 5 O.H.C. C.G.H. Sir Edw. Dodsworth On an order of the House of Commons of 24 Nov. given, for the balance of his entertainment, above the 160l. charged on Haberdashers' Hall. 286 19 8 302 167, 168
" 10 C.G.H. T.G.H. Army Committee Charges of paying, telling, and conveying 200,000l. 3,000 0 0 325
" 12 " " Eliz. Alleyn On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Dec., from the fine of Sir Rich. Braham [? Graham], nominated by them 50 0 0 327
Mrs. Pinckney 40 0 0
Joan Morgan 40 0 0
Mary Blague 100 0 0
" " " " Rob. Heath, messenger to co. Sussex. 18 weeks' salary 28 10 0 328
Dec. 15 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Wm. Purefoy On an order of the House of Commons of 10 Dec., from the fines of Sir Lewis Watson, his former order proving ineffectual. 1,561 9 10 330 169
" 23 " " Col. Carter From fines of John Bonithon, Sir Aug. Cockayne, Bart., and Sir Hen. Ferrers, Bart. 2,000 0 0 339 170
" " " " Rich. Turner, Maurice Gething, and 3 others. On an order of the House of Commons of 21 Dec. given, half of 36,994l. 4s. 6d. allowed to be due to them for principal and interest. 18,497 2 3 338, 340 171, 172
" 24 " " Sir Wm. Lister, for the wife and children of Col. Wm. Lister. From the fine of Sir Rob. Hildyard, on an order of the House of Commons given, of 22 Dec. 610 0 0 342 343 173
" " " " Sir Peter Killigrew From the fine of Sir John Lucas, on an order of the House of Commons of 19 Dec., for good service, losses, and a 21 years' lease of 56 Cornish acres of land whereon Pendennis Castle stands. 2,000 0 0 343, 349 174
" 26 " " Fras. Pierrepoint On an order of the House of Commons of 15 Dec. given, laid out by him for forces before Newark, from fines of Sir Gervase Clifton and 3 others, nominated by him. 300 0 0 242, 351 175, 176
" 29 " " Rob. Scawen, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Sept. given, from the fine of Sir Wm. Thorold, co. Lincoln, in lien of that of the Bishop of Rochester. 2,000 0 0 234, 354 177, 178
" 31 " " Sir Walter Earle On an order of the House of Commons of 10 Dec. given, half of 1,500l. ordered from fines of Sir George Vaughan and Major John Hellyar. 750 0 0 348 179, 180
" " " " Sir Walter Earle On an order of the House of Commons of 26 Dec. given, from the fines of Sir Eras. Eulford and Hum. Weld. 750 0 0 347, 357 181— 183
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Jan. 2 " " Col. Rich. Norton On an order of the House of Commons of 30 Nov. given, for Portsmouth garrison, from compositions in co. Hants from fines of Sir Wm. Ogle, Sir Hen. Enollys, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. Badd. 1,000 0 0 350 1—3
" " " " Robt. Coker On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Dec. 1646 given, in part of arrears, from the fine of his father, Wm. Coker. 200 0 0 319, 360 4
Jan. 7 C.G.H. T.G.H. Ant. Dowse, Stationer For goods furnished for the committee 13 15 10 366 5, 6, 7
" " " " Col. Sidney On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Jan. given, an account towards his arrears not yet disposed of, from fines of Ralph Cole and 3 others nominated by him. 2,000 0 0 151 366
" " " " Sir Hardress Waller Like order, on an order of the House of Commons of 4 Jan. given, from fines of Sir Edw. Kinaston and 3 others. 2,000 0 0 151 366 8, 9
" 11 O.H.C. C.G.H. Maj. Gen. Rich Browne On certificate of the Committee of Accounts given, that it is due for service, horses, and arms. [G 71, p. 417.] 2,033 3 2
" 12 C.G.H. T.G.H. Nath. Bacon On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan. given, from fines of Geo. Mynn; Sir Wm. Ingleby, and 4 others added, 21 April. 3,000 0 0 153 373 10, 11
" 14 " " Sir Geo. Shirley On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Jan. given, from the remainder of delinquents' fines presented to the House for security of 31,000l. borrowed for Ireland, and advanced by the Committee of Goldsmiths' Hall, when the 31,000l. is paid 300 0 0 152 374 12—14
Sir John Borlase 300 0 0
Sir Rob. Meredith. 300 0 0
" " " " Rob. Fogg, minister On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan. given, for service and sufferings, from Roger Mostyn's fine, a former order for Fogg's inheritance of his wife's estate being revoked. 500 0 0 153 375 15
" " " " Sir Sam. Luke On an order of the House of Commons of 11 Jan. given, from fines of Sir Mich. Wharton and 4 other delinquents nominated by him; names of delinquents altered on 16 Jan. [G 144, p. 349.] 4,482 13 6 155 375—379 16
" " " " Katherine, widow of Major John Balston. In part of arrears due to her husband on an order of the House of Commons of 12 Jan. given. [G 144, p. 369.] 100 0 0 374, 375
" 16 O.H.C. C.G.H. Widow of Sir Wm. Fairfax On account of the arrears of her husband, slain in the service, from the fine of Sir Hen. Griffith. 1,500 0 0 160 17
" " C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Rowland Wandesford On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan. given [part of 5,000l. allowed him for his office and losses], from fines of delinquents nominated by him. 1,250 0 0 378 18
Jan. 16 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Thos. Wayte On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan. given, out of the compositions of Sir Thos. Mack worth, Bart., and 6 other delinquents, co. Rutland, nominated by him, for moneys disbursed by him for the service of Parliament. 2,166 0 0 142 377 19
" 21 " " Earl of Northumberland On an order of the House of Commons of 19 Jan. given, towards reparation of losses, from fines of the Earl of Lindsey, Viscount Kilmorey, Lord Cholmondeley, and 18 other delinquents nominated by him. [G 136, p. 425.] 10,000 0 0 161 20
" " " " Lord Castle-Stuart On account, on an order of the House of Commons of 20 Jan. given. [G 120, p. 313.] 200 0 0 161 385
" " " " Col. Thos. Mytton On an order of the House of Commons given of 25 June 1646, from the fines of Rob. Davies and 4 other delinquents in North Wales nominated by him. With note of payment of 1,103l., and transfer of the balance of 1,897l. upon deans' and chapters' lands. 3,000 0 0 149 384 21—26
" " " " Viscount Say and Seale On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan. 1647, from fines of Tim. Turner, the Earl of Cork, and 5 other delinquents nominated by him. 385
" 22 " " Col. Rich. Norton On an order of the House of Commons of 18 Jan. given, arrears due to Portsmouth garison, from fines of Chris. Byerley, Elizabeth, Countess of Essex, and 13 other delinquents in co. Hants, to be nominated by the county commissioners. [G 106, p. 737.] 2,000 0 0 156 392 27, 28
" 23 " " Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Buller. On an order of the House of Commons given, of 16 Jan., in full of arrears due to her husband, and in recompense of losses, from the fines of Fras. Nevill of Chete [or Chevet], co. York. Repeated 24 March 1647 on an order of the House of Commons of 18 March. [G 4. p. 50.] 200 0 0 156 390 29—31
" 26 " " Col. George Thompson On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Jan. given, in full of all his demands, as certified by the Committee of Accounts, from fines of Sir Thos. Cope and 4 other delinquents nominated by him. 2,205 3 6 144 G 4.
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Jan. 28 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Ben. Rudyard On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Jan., in recompense of office and losses, in part of 6,000l, voted him, from fines of [John, Viscount] Scudamore and 3 others named by him. 1,500 0 0 8
" 30 " " Sir Phil. Stapleton, Lieut. General to the Earl of Essex, and Colonel of his Life Guards. On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Jan., arrears due on his account—comprising the respite upon the Public Faith—to be paid out of unassigned compositions to be nominated by him. [G 119, p. 675.] 1,810 2 10 145 14
Feb. 2 " " Wm. Wheeler On an order of the House of Commons of 25 Jan., given, for disbursements for fitting Henry VII.'s Chapel and the Jerusalem Chamber in Westminster College for the Assembly of Divines, to be paid from the fines of Sir Wm. Dalston, nominated by him. 27 12 0 146 15 34
" " " " Treasurers for reduced officers. On an order of 28 Jan., from the fines of Lords Coventry, Maltravers, and 22 others. 12,500 1 7 35
" " " " Capt. Edm. Temple On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Jan. given, on account of arrears for entertainment, from the fine of Lord Lovelace for delinquency. 500 0 0 147 15 36
" " " " Wm. Haward and Wm. Grey, gallery keepers at Margaret's, Westminster. On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Jan. given, to be paid in proportions appointed by [Wm.] Wheeler and [Wm.] Bell, M.Ps. 20 0 0 142 17 37
" 9 " " Col. Sidney On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Jan., from the fine of Ralph Cole, on account. 2,000 0 0 19
" 11 " " Col. Edw. Massey On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Feb. and a Parliament order of 10 Feb., for soldiers late of his brigade, from fines of Sir John Pettus, Wm. Culme, and Sir Edw. Thomas; 8 per cent. interest to be paid to any who will advance the money. 500 0 0 158 19, 20 38, 39
" 16 " " Col. Thos. Ceely On a Parliament order of 16 Feb., from fines of Piers Edgecombe, and 8 other delinquents of Devon and Cornwall, nominated by him. Repeated the 18th. 2,000 0 0 159 21, 23 40, 41
Feb. 16 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. John Carter On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Feb. given, from fines of delinquents nominated by him, vacating an order for payment from the fines of Sir John Wolstenholme, John Bonithon, and 16 others named by him, who have not yet compounded. 2,000 0 0 157 21, 22 42
" 18 " " James Ferne 12s. a week for looking after the hall and rooms, and being helpful to the usher of the hall. 24
" " " " Nath. Stephens, Mr. Hodges, or Pury. For debts due to citizens of Gloucester for clothing for Sir Wm. Waller's army, out of the compositions of Sir John and Sir Rob. Tracey, delinquents, on an order of the House of Commons given, of 29 June 1646. 590 18 0 149 23 43
" 20 " " Sir Hen. Vane, sen. On an order of the House of Commons of 20 Jan. given, for so much disbursed by him to Col. James Wardlaw, late governor of Plymouth, from the fine of Sir Thos. Liddell. 200 0 0 156 27 44
" " " " Earl of Lincoln On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Oct. 1646, for so much due on his account from fines of delinquents nominated by him, with his nomination, 7 Dec., of the Earl of Kingston. 1,784 0 4 162 27 45, 46
" 23 " " Capt. Sam. Thompson On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Feb. given, in part of 360l. lent to Sir Thos Middleton, on the ordinance for subscriptions for forces to reduce North Wales, from compositions of Sir Edw. Lloyd and 3 others in North Wales. 100 0 0 171 29 47
" 25 " " Lady Mary Leigh On a Parliament order of 20 Feb. given, from fines of Sir Rich. Bassett and 3 other delinquents nominated by them, that of Dr. Duke on which they were assigned 18 Jan. last, being already paid 100 0 0 172 30 48
" " " " Mary Herle 380 0 0 172 30 48
" " " " Earl of Lincoln On an order of the House of Commons of 6 Oct. 1646, for so much due on his account, from fines of delinquents to be nominated by him; with his nomination of Wm. Dallison and 7 others. [G 100, p. 179.] 1,784 0 4 30
Mar. 11 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Rich. Greaves On a Parliament order of 20 Feb. given, on account from fines of Robert, Viscount Kilmorey, and 7 other delinquents nominated by him. 2,000 0 0 172 25,39 49,50
" 16 " " Col. Purbeck Temple On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Jan. given, on occount of arrears, from the fine of Lord Lovelace, after the 500l. to Capt. Edm. Temple is paid. 500 0 0 179 41 51
" 20 " " Rich. Hooke On a Parliament order of 1 March given, for present relief, having lost their eyes in service in Ireland 20 0 0 162 46 52
" " " " Lieut. Thos. Butler 20 0 0 162
" 23 " " Rich. Winwood On an order of the House of Commons of 4 Feb. given, for loan to Parliament, with interest at 8 per cent., vacating a former order of 17 Nov. 1645, for payment from fines of Sir George Sandys and 3 other delinquents named by him. [G 144, p. 459.] 500 0 0 171 48
" 24 " " Wm. Pierrepoint On a Parliament order of 22 March given, on his petition for satisfaction for losses in the wars, from the fine of his brother Henry, Earl of Kingston. 7,467 0 0 164 50 53
April 3 " " Major Sam. Birch On an order of the House of Commons of 29 March given, in part of arrears for service. 500 0 0 167 61 (2) 54
" 5 " " Devereux Gardiner On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Oct. 1646, for pay as commissary of arms under Lord Brooke and Col. Purefoy, and on certificate from the Committee of Accounts. 73 13 2 65
" 13 " " Wm. Sutton On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Oct. 1646, for service as captain of foot under Lord Brooke and Col. Pauncefoot. 132 0 0 67 55
" 15 " " Wm. Jennings For pains and disbursements. [G 2, p. 85] 3 10 0
" 20 " " Rob. Heath, agent for Sussex. For 18 weeks' salary raising the monthly assessments for the Scots. 27 0 0 75
" " " " Rich. Colgrove, master blacksmith to Lord Brooke's artillery train. On an order of the House of Commons of 3 Oct. 1646, and certificate of the Committee of Accounts, for service. 41 18 0 76
" " " " Thos. Whitway, gentle man of ordnance to Lord Brooke. On like order and certificate for service 7 1 6 76
April 20 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rich. Billing and Fras. Augden, his servant. On a like order for directing the wagons and carts for the service, and loading them at Brookhouse. 5 0 0 76
" 22 " " Wm. Hale, agent for Kent and Surrey. For 13 weeks' salary for self and horse. 19 10 0 78
" 29 " " Messenger On an order of the House of Commons of 30 March given, for bringing a letter from Col. Rossiter's regiment. 10 0 0 167 82 56
" " " " Sir Fras. Knollys and 4 others. On a Parliament order of 23 April given, for Elizabeth, widow of Col. Rob. Burghill, and Harry and Rowland, her sons, in full of his claims for service. Confirmed by Parliament 30 April. 2,826 0 0 175 81 57
May 6 " " Alderman Pennington On a Parliament order of 6 May given, for his losses and damages. 3,000 0 0 178 83 58, 59
" 11 " " Lady Vere On a Parliament order of 6 May given, from moneys due to Sir John Pennington, in the hands of Alderman Pennington. 1,000 0 0 178 87 60, 61
" " " " Wm. Sykes On an order of the House of Commons of 30 April given, on account, with interest at 8 per cent. till paid. 4,000 0 0 176 87 62
June 8 " " Ben. Valentine, M.P. On an order of the House of Commons of 25 May, for long imprisonment and great damage in service in the Parliament of 3 Charles. 2,500 0 0 180 63, 64
" " " " Maj.-Gen. Phil. Skippon, Field Marshal of Ireland. On an order of the House of Commons of 30 April given, for great and faithful service, with 8 per cent. interest till paid. 1,000 0 0 65
" " " " Dan. Potter On an order of the House of Commons of 1 May given, with interest at 8 per cent. to any who shall advance the same, Potter to have no benefit of the ordinance of 3 Aug. 1644 for payment to handicraftsmen, &c. 1,755 0 0 177 66
" 15 " " Captain Sam. Playford On a Parliament order of 4 June given, in part of arrears for his entertainment, with interest from the unreserved ½ of compositions. 300 0 0 182 67,68
July 22 " " Lieut.-Gen. Edw. Massey On a Parliament order of 14 July given, from the ½ of the receipts not engaged for the City of London. 1,000 0 0 69
Sept. 3 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Mazieres On a Parliament order of 21 July, for his entertainment in service of Parliament. 380 0 0 70
" 14 " " Hen. Cleare, surgeon On a Parliament order of 5 July given, arrears due, from the unreserved ½ of compositions. 20 12 0 182 120 71
" 24 P.O. C.G.H. Mr. Wheeler and Bell For repair of Margaret's Church, Westminster, from the unreserved ½ of compositions. 200 0 0 185 72
" 28 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Chris. Whichcott, Governor of Windsor Castle. On an order of the House of Commons of 24 Sept. given, for arrears of the garrison, from the unreserved ½ of compositions. 1,000 0 0 192 122(2) 73
Oct. 12 " " Thos. Prince, cheesemonger of London. On a Parliament order of 22 Sept. given, on petition for debt of 899l. 17s. 8d. for cheese and butter 4 years ago, with 8 per cent, interest, 1,175l., 895l. from receipts not engaged, and 280l. from a person whom he shall prove to have been twice paid the same debt. 895 0 0 124 74
280 0 0
Nov. 3 " " Col. Thos. Rainsborough On a Parliament order of 30 Sept. given, for arrears in Parliamentary service, from the unengaged ½ of compositions. 1,000 0 0 183 134 75
Dec. 15 " " Sir Fras. Willoughby On a Parliament order of 8 Dec. given, for relief of the extreme necessity of his lady and children. 700 0 0 193 151 76, 77
" 22 " " — Sandys, by order of the Irish and Scotch Committee at the Star Chamber. For Lord Ormond, balance unpaid of 10,877l. 14s. 9d. ordered him by Parliament, 23 Feb. 1647. [See also G 115, p. 205.] 5,438 17 5 154 78, 79
1647-48.
Jan. 5 " " Col. Rich. Norton On an order of the House of Commons of 30 Nov., from fines of Sir Wm. Ogle, Sir Hen. Knollys, and Mr. Badd, named by him. 1,000 0 0 157
Feb. 2 " " Mr. Wheeler and Bell, M.Ps. On an order of the House of Commons of 1 Jan. given, for the officers attending on St. Margaret's Church, Westminster. 30 0 0 188 166 80
" " " " " " On an order of the House of Commons of 1 Jan., for repair of the said church. 200 0 0 166
" 14 " " Widow of Sir Geo. Shirley On a Parliament Order of 6 Jan. 1648 100 0 0 175 81
Feb. 25 C.G.H. T.G.H. Capt. Thos. Ashley, commander of the Employment. On a Parliament order of 22 Feb. 1648, and an order of the Committee of Safety of 19 Dec. 1643, for guns and ammunition left at Hull for its defence, he having deserved much, and waited patiently for his money. [G 63, p. 957.] 151 6 5 182 82
Mar. 6 " " Major-Gen. Rich. Browne, Governor of Abingdon. On a Parliament order of 6 March given, in part of 9,016l. for demands and arrears. 4,016 0 0 211 187 83
" 8 " C.H.H. (fn. 2) Major And. Jackson On a Parliament order of 6 March given, in full of arrears for service to Parliament 175 0 0 211 188 85
" " " C.G.H. 175 0 0 211
" 20 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Thos. Widdrington and Rob. Scawen. For repair of Berwick bridge and walls, ruined by the sea, from the fines of Gilbert Swinhoe and Jas. Ogle, delinquents. Receipted for 314l. 500 0 0 86
" 21 " " Capt. Sam. Gardiner Arrears of pay 715 0 0 211 87
" 22 " " Rob. Heath, agent for Sussex. 48 weeks' salary for raising the monthly assessments for the Scots. 72 0 0 193
" " " " Rich. Coates, printer of London. For printing for the committee 6 10 0 193
" 27 " " Mr. Leech For the writing clerks attending both houses, gratuity for the year. 15 0 0 194
" " " " Rich. Turner, Maurice Gething, and 2 others. On an order of the House of Commons of 22 March given, ½ of a debt of 19, 250l. 6s. 3d. due to them, with interest at 8 per cent, till paid. [G 125, p. 535.] 9,625 3 195
" 31 " " Anne, widow and administratrix of Sir Simon Harcourt. On a Parliament order of 28 March given, 1,000l. from the fine yet unpaid of William, Lord Paget, and 1,000l. from the unreserved ½ of receipts at Goldsmiths' Hall. 2,000 0 0 204 196 88
" " " " George Thomason On a Parliament order of 28 March given, for a library of books in the eastern languages, from arrears of the 2 four months' assessments for the Scots' army before Newark. [Also G 123, p. 49.] 500 0 0 195
May 19 C.G.H. T.G.H. Lady Eliz. Grey From moneys due to Lord Ormond on his bill of exchange. 50 0 0 203
June 17 O.H.C. C.G.H. Margaret and Mary Mounsell, sisters of the late Capt. Peter Mounsell. Arrears due to their brother, from concealed or undervalued delinquents' estates to be discovered by them. 791 0 0 212
July 3 " " Col. Ralph Welden, governor of the forts and island of Plymouth. From the fine of Sir John Harrison, 500l. on account, that he may return to his charge, and 500l. for victuals, &c., for the forts and island. [Also G. 203, p. 793.] 1,000 0 0 89
Aug. 2 C.G.H. T.G.H. Thos. Weeks, agent for cos. Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, &c. Salary of 30s. a week for collecting money for the Scots, and returning the names of Papists and delinquents to be sequestered. 48 0 0 215
" 7 C.H.C. C.G.H. 115 reduced officers under Ferdinando, late Lord Fairfax. For disbursement, on a list in custody of the Committee for the Northern Association. 4,000 0 0 191
" 17 " " Widow of Col. Needham From delinquents' estates discovered by her; 5l. a week to be paid till the 500l. is completed. 500 0 0 192
Sept. 1 P.O. T.G.H. Capt. James Pitson, late scoutmaster to Sir Wm. Waller's army. 232l. 18s. 10d. for disbursements, and 217l. 4s. arrears of pay from the fine of Sir Charles Keymish. 450 2 10 193 90
" 2 " " Wm. Hitchcock, quartermaster, and Wm. Carpenter, trooper. On account 40 0 0 206 91
" 5 C.G.H. " Major George Smithson On a Parliament order of 1 Sept. given, 200l. for gallant service in the war, and especially in this late utter defeat of the whole Scots' army, and 300l. for arrears. 500 0 0 194 217 92
" " " " Capt. Lieut. Worthington On a Parliament order of 1 Sept. given, from fine of Sir Chas. Keymish, for bringing news of the taking prisoners of Sir Marm. Langdale and others of quality. 50 0 0 216 93
" 8 " " Col. Eyres On a Parliament order of 4 Sept. given, for service at Hurst Castle, from Sir Charles Keymish's fine. 200 0 0 202 94,95
" " " " Lieut.-Col. John Lilburne On a Parliament order of 6 Sept. given, in part of arrears, out of Sir Charles Keymish's fine. 300 0 0 194 G5.
1
96,97
Sept.8 C.G.H. T.G.H. Phineas Payne, messenger On a Parliament Order of 1 Nov. given, for bringing the good news of the surrender of Colchester, from Sir Charles Keymish's fine. 20 0 0 195 2 98,99
" " " " Edw. Watts, servant to the Lord General. Capt. Rich. Hamlyn On like order for many services to Parliament, from Keymish's fine. 50 0 0 195 2 100
" 19 " " Capt. Rich. Hamlyn On a Parliament order of 17 Aug. given, out of 700l., remainder of compositions for Ashby-dela-Zouch, in a part of 582l. 19s. 4d. due to him on his account, and the residue of his arrears from any delinquents he shall discover. [Also in G 99, p. 797; 217, p. 117.] 200 0 0 201 5 101, 102
" " " " Sam. Warcup On a Parliament order of 8 Sept. given, in part of 700l., charges of prisoners committed to him by Parliament, out of Sir Charles Keymish's fine. 500 0 0 202 5 103, 104
" 26 " " Major Strachan Out of moneys payable from Goldsmiths' Hall to such Scottish officers as formerly served Parliament. 160 0 0 6
Oct. 10 " " Edw. Birkhead, serjeantat-arms. On an order of the House of Commons of 9 Oct. last, for disbursements in executing warrants, seizing delinquents, &c., from the fine of Sir Dennor Strutt, as it cannot be raised out of that of Col. Hugh Boteler. 483 5 0 105
" " " " Wm. Ripley On a Parliament order of 13 Sept. given, for carrying messages from the army to Parliament, especially at Colchester, from Sir Charles Keymish's fine. 20 0 0 202 12 106
" 13 " " George Thomason From compositions as first ordered, if not paid from arrears of the two 4 months' assessments for the Scotch army before Newark. [G 2, p. 85.] 500 0 0
" 19 " " Col. Mich. Jones, governor of Dublin. On orders of the House of Commons of 18 Aug. 1647, 3 April, and 6 Oct. 1648 given, and Parliament order of 7 Oct., on the unengaged ½ of receipts, with interest at 8 per cent. 1,000 0 0 200, 206 15 107—109
" 24 G.H.C. " Alex. Norris, of Bolton For the Lancashire forces to be disbanded, formerly ordered to be paid to Francis, Lord Willoughby of Parham. Repeated, 8 Nov. 3,155 15 10 207(2)
Oct. 26 C.G.H. T.G.H. Edw. Wolfe On a Parliament Order of 21 Oct. given, for bringing news of the delivery of Carlisle, from Sir Charles Keymish's fine, after other engagements. 100 0 0 207 17 110, 111
" 30 " " Gilbert Mabbott, agent for Lord General Fairfax. On a Parliament order of 13 Sept. given, for bringing up the articles of the surrender of Colchester, and a list of all the prisoners. 40 0 0 201 18 112
Nov. 2 " " Dr. Bastwick On a Parliament order of 30 Oct. given, with 8 per cent. Interest till paid. 500 0 0 204 113, 114
" " " " Adjutant Blackmore and Major Strachan, each On an order of the House of Commons of 28 Aug. 1648, for such payments to any of those Scots engaged in the invasion of this Kingdom. 200 0 0 22 115
" 16 " " James Noble, messenger On a Parliament order of 21 Oct. given, for bringing news of the surrender of Carlisle, from Sir Charles Keymish's fine, after other engagements thereon. 20 0 0 207 27 116, 117
1648—49.
Jan. 1 " " Mr. Leech for Mr. Wells For the discovery of the concealed estate of Sir Rob. Banister. 60 0 0 45
" 6 " " Greenhill and Pocock, treasurers for maimed soldiers at Christchurch. On Parliament orders of 6 May 1647 and 4 April 1648, for relief of poor indigent persons approved by both houses. 10,000 0 0 118
Feb. 27 " " " " The moneys ordered them by the House of Commons 3 Oct. 1646 being not sufficient to pay Capt. Egerton. 62 6 0 70
Mar. 10 " " Col. [Rob.] Hammond. governor of the Isle of Wight. On a Parliament order of 25 Sept. 1648, from the fine of Hum. Mathewes. 1,000 0 0 76
" " " " Jas. Noble On an order of the House of Commons given, of 10 March, beside the 70l. formerly bestowed from Sir C. Keymish's fine, for service and great Journeys. [G 107, p. 291.] 20 0 0 77
June 16 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Col. Thos. Fitch, governor of Carlisle, and Major Wm. Bird. Repairs of Carlisle walls and fortifications 500 0 0 G6.
119
June 17 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. John Archer, mayor of Kendal, Rich. Branthwaite, and Roger Bateman. Payment of their soldiers' quarters 100 0 0 120
July 4 " " John Archer, mayor of Kendal, and 4 others. Disbanding the troop of horse, to be reduced in Westmoreland. 800 0 0 124
" 8 " " Jas Morley 3 weeks' pay 3 0 0 125
John Rowell, doorkeeper Month's pay 2 0 0
" 10 " " Thos. Lamplugh and Roger Bateman. Arrears due to the companies of Lieut. Col. Edw. Briggs and Capt. Mann, for last summer's service. 700 0 0 126
Aug. 2 C.F.C. T.G.H. Thos. Taylor, messenger On a Parliament order of 19 Oct. 1648 given, for bringing news of good success from Col. Stone, governor of Stafford. 20 0 0 121, 122
" " " " Pocock and Greenhill, treasurers for maimed soldiers. On a Parliament order given, of 31 July 1649, for uses expressed in the order of 4 April 1648, for officers and soldiers in Auditor Wilcox's list, except those engaged against Parliament in July or Aug. 1647. 9,100 0 0 215 123
" 10 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Ledgard John Archer, Thos. Lamplugh, and Thos. Craister. Bedding for Carlisle garrison 218 0 0 127
132 0 0
" " " " John Archer Arrears of Major Scaife's troop, &c. 300 0 0 128
" 11 " " Thos. Lamplugh Arrears of Lieut. Maur. Dawson and his horse 50 0 0 129
" " " " James Morley, under clerk 5 weeks' wages 5 0 0 130
" 14 " " Rich. Lilburne For his son, Lieut. Col. John Lilburne, his family being sick and in want of maintenance, from Thos. Bowes' fine, in part of a grant by Parliament. 200 0 0 131
" 17 " " John Rowell, doorkeeper 4 weeks' pay 2 0 0 132
Sept. 13 " " Fras. Wetwang Payment of Col. [Thos.] Fitch's regiment, by order of the Army Committee. 787 9 4 133
" 19 " " And. Crisp, mayor of Berwick. Fine set on Wm. Orde, alderman of Berwick, to be employed for building a church or meeting-house in Berwick. 564 0 0 134, 135
Sept. 19 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Ant. Pearson, clerk Books, stationery, and a press, and 13s. Ad. for taking the Act of Parliament out of the House for authorizing this committee to compound with delinquents. 11 13 4 136
" " " " Thos. Lamplugh, and Thos. Craister. Remainder of the 6 months' assessment on the 90,000l. a month for the army. 545 0 0 137
" " " " " " 400l. for building and repairs of Priestbeck bridge, near Carlisle, now destroyed, and 100l. for repair of the breach made by Gen. Lambert near the bridge, and 50l. to repair Caldew bridge. 550 0 0 138
" " " " John Archer 6 months' assessment 576 17 6 139
" 20 " " " Arrears of Capts. Scaife and Fenwick's troops 142 9 6 140
" " " " Archer and Lamplugh For 4 soldiers of Capt. Fenwick's troop who lost their horses. 30 0 0 141
" " " " " " Col. Edw. Briggs for arrears and service in the new model 434 19 6 142
221 8 4
" " " " Thos. Lamplugh Arrears to Capts. Scaife and Fenwick's troops 174 3 0 143
" 21 " " Capt. Wm. Garnett For his troop of dragoons 150 0 0 144
" 26 " " Thos. Lamplugh Restored, being the part paid of an assessment of 1,100l. on co. Cumberland, for maintenance of Carlisle garrison. 130 0 0 145
" 27 " " John Rowell, doorkeeper Fortnight's pay 1 0 0 146
" " " " Thos. Craister, alderman of Carlisle. Public service in Carlisle 248 4 2 147
" " " " James Morley, under clerk 3 weeks' pay 3 0 0 148
Oct. 4 P.O. C.G.H. Commissioners for Dover harbour and pier. To be paid by the Navy Committee and repaid to them from sequestrations in Kent, being sums allowed for repair of Dover pier. [G 81, p. 239.] 400 0 0
800 0 0
" " C.F.C. T.G.H. Treasurers for maimed soldiers. On a Parliament order of 18th Sept. for arrears of surgeons, physicians, and apothecaries attending the soldiers, from sequestered rents. 1,100 0 0 149
" 8 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Fras. Wetwang Bedding for Tynemouth Castle 199 7 6 150
" 15 " " Capts. Sharpe and Shepherdson. Arrears for their troops of horse now disbanding 200 0 0 151
Oct. 16 C.F.C. T.G.H. [George Dawson], Haber dashers' Hall Treasurer. On a Parliament order of 16 Oct. 1648, for maintenance of the horse guards that attend Parliament, from the fine of Wm. Stafford, of Blatherwick, co. Northampton. 1,757 1 6 152
" 30 " " Lewis Price, sequestration solicitor for co. Montgomery. On his bill given of 25 Oct., for collecting rents that were detained in tenants' hands by order of Parliament, &c. [G 109, p 693.] 12 18 6 228
Nov. 6 " " John Johns On a Parliament order of 16 Oct. 1649 from rents in tenants' hands, towards money due on Colonel Sanderson's lists. 900 0 0 240 153
Dec. 6 " " Edw. Curie 1s. in the pound on a fine of 168l. 15s., paid by Hen. Durnford for an estate of 45l. a-year discovered by Curle. 8 8 9 243
" 20 " " George Dawson, treasurer at Haberdashers' Hall. On a Parliament order of 16 Oct. 1648, from the fine of Sir Thos. Hatton, Bart., co. Salop, for maintenance of the horse guards attending Parliament. 1,572 3 0 254
" " " " " " Like order, from the fine of Wm. Stafford, co. Northampton. 1,757 1 6 254
1649—50. G 7.
Feb. 2 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Ledgard Rich. Lilburne In part of 3,000l. from sequestered estates, ordered by Parliament 21 Sept. 1648, to his son, Lieut.Col. John Lilburne. 256 0 0 154
240 0 0
" " C.F.C. T.G.H. John Leech For the clerks attending Parliament, for their pains in transcribing the orders belonging to this Committee. 15 0 0 18
" 25 " " Col. Hill and Fenton Parsons. On a Parliament order of 23 Feb. 1650, towards burial of Sir Wm. Parsons, and transport of his family to Ireland, out of the estates settled on Trustees for Ireland. [G 9, p. 25; also G 111, p. 55.] 200 0 0 216
" " " " Alderman Ledgard, of Newcastle. Fine of Sir Thos. Sandford, of Westmoreland 600 0 0 28
Mar. 4 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Ledgard John Ayrson, mayor of Durham. For Col. Thos. Maleverer's regiment 400 0 0 155
Mar. 5 C.F.C. T.G.H. Treasurers of maimed soldiers. On a Parliament order of 4 March 1650 given, payable to Potter's list, after the moneys payable to Sanderson's list. [G 172, p. 699.] 5,000 0 0 38
" " " " John Johns, Sanderson's treasurer. On a Parliament order of 4 March 1650 as above 6,000 0 0 39
" " " " Five messengers of the Committee for Compounding. Each of them in advance, for carrying the committee's orders into the counties. [G 9, p. 29.] 5 0 0
" 12 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Ledgard John Archer Col. Fenwick, for his soldiers in Berwick and Holy Island. 600 0 0 156
" 13 " " Capt. Cuthbert Studholme For monthly assessment for the army, which the County Commissioners for Cumberland desire may be paid from composition money. 400 0 0 157
" 13 C.F.C. T.G.H. Alice, Viscountess Moore On a Parliament order of 27 March 1648, towards her husband's arrears, from the fines of delinquents to be nominated by her. 4,000 0 0 52
" 22 " " Col. Tothill On a Parliament order of 21 March, out of moneys settled on the Irish Trustees, or from other moneys, and to be repaid out of those moneys. [Also G 9, p. 37.] 150 0 0 71
G 7. G 266.
" 28 " " Wife of Hercules Huncks From moneys granted to the Irish Trustees, for her husband's service in Ireland. [G 9, pp. 39, 40.] 66 13 4
" 30 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Ledgard Thos. Lamplugh For moneys paid by him to Major Fenwick 20 16 4 158
April 1 C.F.C. T.G.H. Army Treasurers On a Parliament order of 4 March given, residue of the 50,000l., of which 8,000l. was ordered to the Navy, to be paid before the 5,000l., part of the 11,000l. [G 9, p. 43.] 42,000 0 0 216 159
" 5 " " Col. Tothill On warrant from the Council of State, from Irish trust revenues. 1,143 10 11 92
" 17 " " Capt. Ben. Bracey The 1/5 of the fine of Thos. Hall of Godalming, Surrey, allowed him by Parliament on his discovery. 153 3 103 160
" " " " Viscount Lisle From the Irish Trustees' revenue 1,371 10 106
" " " " Sir Art. (sic) Loftus " 200 0 0 106
" " " " Sir Wm. Fenton " " 200 0 0 106
April 20 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Robt. Harrison For pay of Col. Fitch and Sir Art. Hesilrigge's regiments 330 0 0 161
231 5 0
159 17 8
June 5 " " Capt. Rich. Webb, gover nor of Hartlepool. For his garrison there 837 4 0 162
" 8 " " Henry Ogle of Eglingham For Colonel Brandling, of Alnwick Abbey, who sold the Committee for Compounding the tithes of Long Houghton, worth 40l. a-year, to be settled on trustees for co. Northumberland. 400 0 0 163
" " " " Rob. Fenwick For purchase of the High Castle and lands, &c., in Newcastle, for the use of the county. 300 0 0 164
" " " " Luke Killingworth of Kil lingworth, for Wm. Struther of Kirk Newton. For purchase of Milford and Copeland tithes in co. Northumberland. 600 0 0 165
" " " " Wm. Fenwick, Walling ton, for John Ramsey, Berwick. For the purchase of Wooperton Township, sold by Ramsey on his composition to trustees, for the use of co. Northumberland. 779 15 0 166
" 18 C.G.H. T.G.H. Col. Mazières On Parliament order of 4 June, the amount of his arrears for service, as certified by the Committee for Advance of Money. 60 0 0 152 167
July 5 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Rich. Crackenthorp, Little Strickland, Westmoreland For discharging the debts of the bottom of Westmoreland, contracted for payment of the Lancashire forces their proportion of 4,000l. ordered by Parliament. 633 6 8 168
Aug. 8 " " Ant. Pearson For 14 weeks' service as clerk to the [Northern] Committee for Compounding, in full satisfaction of all pay due to him from the first sitting of the Committee for Compounding to this day. 28 0 0 169
G 11.
" " " " " " For transcribing particulars of compositions, and fitting them to be delivered to the Committee for Compounding at Goldsmiths' Hall, by order of Parliament. 4 6 0 170
" 26 " " Capt. Rob. Hutton, Lieut. John Mayott. For 14 days' pay for 3 new raised troops commanded by Major Sanderson, Capt. Hutton, and Capt. Shepherdson. 500 0 0 171
Aug. 29 C.G.H. T.G.H. Sir Rob. Hannay, Bart. From the revenue settled on Irish Trustees, on a Council of State order of 26 Aug. [G 90, p. 1159.] 150 0 0 108, 109
" " " " Col. Rob. Sanderson On a Parliament order of 5 June last, and on a Council of State order of 27 Aug. for service in Ulster, especially in the late fight against the Bishop of Clogher. [Also G 115, p. 1085.] 100 0 0 109
Sept. 5 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Thos. Wetherald, con stable of Castle Garth, Northumberland. For his disbursements for candles for the guards of Newcastle, from Midsummer 1649 to Midsummer 1650. 4 11 0 172
" 26 " " Ambrose Wrightson For a months' pay for the commissioned officers of horse and dragoons raised by the militia of Westmoreland, and now on their march to Scotland. 114 16 0 173
" 10 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rich. Coney, mercer, Grantham, co. Lincoln. On a Parliament order of 9 July 1649, on his petition pleading suffering and poverty, and a Parliament order of 4 Sept., from sequestrations co. Lincoln. [G 139, p. 445.] 400 0 0 160 174
Oct. 9 P.O. C.G.H. London corporation for the poor. On an Act for employment of poor, and punishment of vagrants, &c. 1,000 0 0 175
" 10 C.G.H. T.G.H. Edw. Walford, messenger In full of demands, beside the 5l. before ordered. [Also G 127, p. 461.] 9 0 0 217
" 15 " " Col. Rob. Sanderson On a Parliament order of 5 June, and an order of the Council of State of 15 Oct., from revenues settled on Irish Trustees, to enable him to return to Ireland. [Also G 115, p. 1083.] 50 0 0 225
" 22 " " Peter Brereton, counsel On account for service 100 0 0 233
G 12.
" 31 " " Lieut.-Col. Wetton On a Parliament order of 5 June, and order of Council of State of 16 Oct. given, due for carrying 1,200 men to Col. Geo. Monk in Ireland, from the revenues settled on Ireland. [G 142, p. 745.] 300 0 0 3
Nov. 8 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Thos. Craister, mayor of Carlisle. For repair of Caldew Bridge, near Carlisle, "which is a comon passe into the Westerne parts and a very great roade." 70 0 0 176
Nov. 8 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Arthur Forster For his pay as lieutenant to Capt. Crakanthorp, for 4 months' service on the borders against the moss-troopers. 58 0 0 177
" " " " Thos. Craister, mayor of Carlisle. For the use of that city 79 16 6 178
Dec. 6 C.F.C. T.G.H. Col. Thos. Mason On a Parliament order of 5 Dec., for disbursements and losses, from the composition money of North Wales. 500 0 0 57 179
" 10 " " Sir Gerard Lowther, and 5 other trustees of Irish estates. On a letter of the Council of State of 26 Nov. 1650, for services, 500l. each. See General Calendar, 1650, p. 394. [Also G 95, p. 491.] 3,000 0 0 58
" " " " Wm. Basill On like order for special service in Ireland, to be paid at once as his need is pressing, and he is still employed in the service. [Also G 95, p. 491.] 220 0 0 58
" " " " Col. John Jones, John Weaver, and Miles Corbet. On a letter of the Council of State of 9 Dec., they being sent as commissioners to Ireland, 500l. each, a former warrant for 1,000l. to Jones, Weaver, and Major Salway being cancelled, as Corbet is going in place of Salway, and the sum is increased. 1,500 0 0 61 180, 181
" " " " Dan. Slater, clerk to Edw. Rich. For methodizing and engrossing a book of the rectories and impropriations settled by delinquents for the use of the State. [G 117, p. 975.] 6 13 4 69
" 24 " " Edw. Hughson, joiner For making wainscot presses, and other work in Haberdashers' Hall. 14 3 0 73
" 26 " " Auditor Sherwin On account of salary 100 0 0 76
" 31 " " Thos and Eliz. Baker, executors of the late Col. Roger Fenwick. On a letter from the Council of State of 23 Dec. given, towards the colonel's arrears in part payment of his debts, he having lost his life in obtaining the late victory against the rebels in Ulster. [G 10, p. 313.] 300 0 0
1650—51. G12. G14. G26
Jan. 4 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. John Fawcett For arrears due to him as clerk of the former Committee of Sequestrations for Westmoreland. 53 0 0 181
" " " " Anth. Bouche, Cockermouth. For cloth for the soldiers of Cockermouth Castle- 45 12 0 182, 183
Jan. 28 C.F.C. T.G.H. Thos. Fowle, solicitor On account for salary 40 0 0 103
Feb. 6 " " Treasurers at war On a Parliament order of 8 Jan., being part of 20,000l. to be raised for recruits for Ireland. 12,000 0 0 118 184
" 26 " " Capt. Lieut. John Mansell On a Parliament order of 25 Feb. given, being balance of 620l. due to him for arrears, with 70l. for the diet of Duke Hamilton during his imprisonment. [Also G 104, p. 49.] 587 12 6 28
Mar. 4 " " Capt. Thos. Ball On a Parliament order prefixed, of 5 Dec., in part of 2,000l., towards arrears, expenses, and losses on the Act for Composition of North Wales. 500 0 0 142, 143
" 6 " " Wm. Hale and Thos. Hamersley, messengers. On account for service, 10l. each 20 0 0 147
" 18 " " Auditor Sherwin On account of salary 75 0 0 165
" 26 " " Wm. Wade and John Barrett, merchants. On a letter of the Council of State prefixed, of 22 March, for wheat delivered for the forces in Ireland, and 2 bills of exchange, in 1643. 1,490 0 0 173, 174
April 15 " " Sir Hen. Tichbourne On a letter of the Council of State prefixed, of 10 April, in part of 1,168l. 16s. 8d., disbursed for provisions for the army in Ireland. 300 0 0 185
" 23 Army Com. " Committee for Compound ing, 7 members. On a Parliament order for ½ year's salary from 15 Oct. last. With note of receipt. [Vol. 32, p. 1.] 1,050 0 0
May 29 C.G.H. " Rich. Sherwin, auditor Balance of 232l., his ¾ salary, from 24 June 1650 to 21 March 1651, 175l. being paid. With note of approval by the Army Committee. 67 10 0 126
" " " " Peter Brereton Balance of 220l., his ¾ salary, 100l. being paid. With like note. 120 0 0 142
" 30 " " Capt. Rich. Price On a Parliament order of 5 Dec. 1650 prefixed, out of 2,000l. ordered him for arrears and losses from the compositions of North Wales. [Also G 109, p. 629.] 500 0 0 224
June 3 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Fras. Wetwang For Col. Maleverer's regiment of foot, charged on co. Northumberland. 569 3 4 185
" 27 C.F.C. T.G.H. Sir Gerard Lowther On a warrant of the Council of State of 25 June prefixed, from lands settled on the Irish trustees, to enable him to return to Ireland. [Also G 95, p. 506.] 100 0 0 254
June 27 C.F.C. T.G.H. Sir Paul Davies Like order 100 0 0 254
" " " " Sir Rob. Meredith Like order 200 0 0 254
July 2 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Rich. Branthwaite Borrowed from him several years since for disbanding supernumeraries. 119 13 2 186
" 4 C.F.C. T.G.H. John Jackson, treasurer of Excise. On a letter of the Council of State prefixed, of 1 July, viz., 6,000l. for exigencies, 8,000l. for clothes, and 500l. for Bibles to be provided for the army in Ireland. 14,500 0 0 256
" 10 " " Mr. Fowle, solicitor On account of salary 40 0 0 260
Aug. 15 " " Treasurers at war On a Parliament order prefixed, of 5 Aug. for pay of the 4,000 foot taken on for 3 months, after the 60,000l. charged for the navy. [Also G 172, pp. 665, 709.] 20,000 0 0 187, 188
" 19 " " Mr. Leech, registrar On account of salary 100 0 0 293
Sept. 2 " " Rich. Hutchinson, Navy Treasurer. On Parliament orders prefixed, of 10 and 31 July, and an order of the Navy Committee of 28 Aug., part of 60,000l. ordered for the navy. [G 107, pp. 641—643.] 5,000 0 0 189
" 4 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Col. Fras. Wren For Sir A. Hesilrigge's regiment of foot, from compositions in co. Durham. 190 0 0 190
" 5 " " Fras. Wetwang For John Rowell's pay as doorkeeper to this committee. 2 0 0 191
G 15.
" " C.F.C. " Wm. Hale, messenger For expenses in his journey to Berkshire 10 0 0 7
" 10 " " Rich. Hutchinson On a Navy Committee's order, prefixed, of 5 Sept., part of the 60,000l. [G 107, pp. 645, 646.] 10,000 0 0 192
" 19 " " Capt. Edw. Hughson, joiner. In full of a bill prefixed, of 9l. 18s. 1d., for a large wainscot press, shelves, locks, repairs, &c., in the auditor's room, and committee room. 9 0 0 311
" 24 " " Rich. Hutchinson On order of the Navy Committee prefixed, of 19 Sept., part of the 60,000l. [G 107, pp. 647, 648.] 10,000 0 0 193
" 30 " " Peter Brereton On account of salary at 5l. a week, from 25 March last. 65 0 0 34
" " " " Rich. Sherwin, auditor " " for self and clerk 225 0 0 35
Oct. 2 C.F.C. T.G.H. Rich. Hutchinson On a Navy Committee's order prefixed, of 30 Sept., part of the 60,000l. [G 107, pp. 649, 650.] 10,000 0 0 194
" " Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Wm. Wetwang For convicting Papists of recusancy according to the Act of 3 Jac. 48 0 0 195
" 15 C.G.H. T.G.H. Edward Carey, examiner On account of salary 130 0 0 49
" 21 " " Widow of Wm. Guise of Worcester. On a Parliament order prefixed of 6 Sept., for self and children, from sequestrations of those who adhered to the enemy in the late rebellion. [Also G 87, p. 603.] 200 0 0 327
Nov. 4 " " Rich. Hutchinson On a Navy Committee's order prefixed of 29 Oct., completing 45,000l. of the 60,000l. ordered by Parliament. [G 107, pp. 651, 652.] 10,000 0 0 196
" 28 " " " On like order of 21 Nov. [G 107, pp. 653, 654]— 10,000 0 0 197
Dec. 3 NorthnC.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. John Woods, Cocker mouth. For loss sustained in pulling down his house when Cockermouth was besieged. 40 0 0 198
1651—52 G 16.
Jan. 1 C.G.H. T.G.H. Rich. Hutchinson On a Navy Committee's order of 27 Dec. 1651, in full of the 60,000l. ordered by Parliament 10 July 1651, for the navy. [G 107, pp. 655, 656.] 5,000 0 0 199
" 16 " " Thos. Fowle, solicitor On account of salary of 100l. a year, balance of 125l. for 1 2/4 year's salary, ending 15 Jan. With auditor's certificate, 15 Jan. [G 85, p. 189.] 45 0 0 389
Feb. 17 " " John Leech, registrar On account of salary 40 0 0 23
Mar. 19 " " Chris. Wass For travail and charge in prosecuting the Nottingham Commissioners. [G 36, p. 297.] 7 10 0
" 30 " " Rich. Sherwin, auditor Salary for self and 5 clerks, at 450l. a year, for ¾ year, payments deducted. 337 10 0 237
April 1 " " John Leech, registrar 6l. a week for self and 4 clerks 44 0 0 247
" 6 " " Edw. Carey, examiner On account of salary of 160l., due 25 March 16 2 4 260
" " " " Mr. Fowle, for the clerks of Hen. Scobell. For making out and sending copies of the orders of Parliament relating to the Committee for of Compounding. 6 0 0 262
" " " " Aud. Sherwin For salary for self and 5 clerks at 450l., one quarter; and self and 3 clerks at 350l., for 2 quarters. With auditor's certificate [G 116, p. 977] of the balance due, payments deducted. 62 10 0 266
April 7 C.G.H. T.G.H. Edw. Hughson, joiner For work in Mr. Carey's chambers, for convenience in lodging his books and papers. 4 18 0 276
" 8 NorthnC.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Col. Thos. Cholmeley and Thos. Langhorne. For repairs of Salkeld Bridge, co. Cumberland 358 0 0 200, 201
" " " " Thos. Craister For repairs of Eden Bridge 30 0 0 242 202
Col. Tho. Cholmeley and Thos. Langhorne            "          Salkeld bridge 142 0 0
Cuthbert Studholme, mayor of Carlisle            "          the Great Church, Carlisle 340 0 0
" " " " Thos. Lamplugh For payments made by him as treasurer of the rents of bishops', deans', and chapters' lands, and for collecting the same, and for payments for the garrisons of Cockermouth, Rose Castle, and the Isle. 85 0 0 203
" 13 C.F.C. T.G.H. Commissioners for Dover Harbour. On a Parliament Order prefixed of 6 April, for repair of the harbour and pier. [G 81, p. 241.] 4,000 0 0 303 204, 205
May 11 " " Thos. Hamersley and Wm. Hale, messengers. For 16 weeks' salary, 16l. each 32 0 0 380
" 13 " " Edw. Husbands For printing 600 orders and ordinances of Parliament concerning sequestrations, each book containing 11½ sheets, on his bill given. [G 94, p. 613.] 16 5 0 399
" 20 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Col. Fras. Wren and Jas. Clavering. For discharging public debts of co. Durham 295 1 1 206
June 3 " " Nich. Mowson, Penrith For his great trouble and charge for the service of cos. Cumberland and Westmoreland. 100 0 0 207, 208
" 4 " " " Gilbert Browell For loss sustained in pulling down his house for the fortifications of Newcastle. 33 23 4 209
" 22 C.F.C. T.G.H. Mr. Leech, registrar On account of salary at 6l. a week. [G 37, p. 19] 70 0 0
" 29 " " Peter Brereton        "       "       from 30 March last, on certificate of Aud. Sherwin that it is due. [G 83, p. 265.] 65 0 0 609
" " " " Aud. Sherwin        "       "       from 25 March last. With auditor's certificate. [G 116, p. 969.] 87 10 0 609
July 1 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Ant. Pearson For service and travelling expenses as clerk and registrar of the Committee for Compounding since 1649. 84 0 0 210
July 2 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Fras. Wetwang, Newcastle For service as agent of Committee for Compounding 40 0 0 211
" 8 " " " " For discharging the public debts of co. Northumberland. 48 0 0 212
" " " " "            "           "          " 38 0 0 213
" " " " "            "           "          " 545 5 2 2145
" " " " " " For pay of Col. Chas. Fairfax's regiment of foot 582 13 7 215
" "3 C.F.C. T.G.H. John Wright For 100 of the books of Acts and ordinances of Indemnity. 5 0 0 671
" 14 " " Hale and Hamersley In advance for a service they are undertaking 10 0 0 687
G 17.
" 20 " " Thos. Fowle, solicitor On account of salary. With auditor's certificate, 16 July. [G 85, p. 178.] 20 0 0 21
Aug. 20 Northn C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Jas. Lindsey, Hartlepool For arrears paid by order of the Durham Committee for soldiers of Hartlepool garrison in 1648. 60 0 0 216
" " " " Cuthbert Studholme, Car lisle. For the setting up a manufacture of certain merchandizes in co. Cumberland, and employing the poor. 416 5 5 217
" 31 C.F.C. T.G.H. [Roger] Bateman For making out a book of all fines paid into the treasury at Goldsmiths' Hall. 5 0 0 175
Sept. 1 NorthnC.F.C. Ald. Thos. Cuthbert Ledgard. Cuthbert Studholme, Car lisle. For finishing the repairs of the public meeting place in Carlisle. 100 0 0 218
" 2 C.F.C. T.G.H. John Leech, registrar On account of salary at 6l. a week for self and 4 clerks. [G 37, p. 40.] 50 0 0
" 28 " " Edw. Carey, examiner Half year's salary, due 29 Sept., on auditor's certificate. [G 73, p. 161.] 80 0 0 281
Oct. 1 " " P. Brereton On his salary of 5l. a week for 36 weeks, deducting what has been paid, on auditor's certificate, 30 Sept. [G 83, p. 263.] 65 0 0 296
" " " " Aud. Sherwin On his salary of 350l. a year for 36 weeks; on auditor's certificate, 30 Sept. [G 116, p. 975.] 175 0 0 296
" 20 NorthnC.F.C. Alderman Ledgard For defending a suit-at-law against Nich. Mowson 1 10 0 219
" 27 C.F.C. T.G.H. Thos. Fowle, solicitor On account of his salary of 100l. a year. With auditor's certificate, 20 Oct. [G 85, p. 181.] 25 0 0 361
Oct. 27 C.F.C. T.G.H. Wm. Leman and John Blackwell, jun., Trea surers-at-war. On a Parliament order prefixed of 17 Dec. 1651, for the use of the forces. [G 172, p. 681, 687.] 100,000 0 0 510
Nov. 24 " " Earl of Salisbury From 2/3 of recusants' estates, in lieu of his patent from the late King of the keepership of Theobalds, Cheshunt, and Enfield. 5,360 18 4 434
Dec. 21 " " John Leech On account of salary. [G. 37, p. 71] 100 0 0
" 28 " " Peter Brereton, counsellor           "         " on auditor's certificate. [G 83, p. 269.] 65 0 0 545
" " " " Aud. Sherwin           "         "          " [G 116, p. 973.] 87 10 0 545
1652—53.
Jan. 14 C.G.H. " Edw. Carey, examiner          "         "        " 13 Jan. [G 73, p. 143.] 40 0 0 596
" 20 " " Thos. Fowle, solicitor         "        "      " 20 Jan. [G 85, p. 180.] 25 0 0 613
G 25.
Feb. 17 " " John Leech, registrar         "        "       at 6l. a week. [G 37, p. 87] 50 0 0
Mar. 29 North"n C.F.C. Ald. Thos. Ledgard. Mary Corney For arrears due to her late husband for service done to the Committee of Cumberland. 5 0 0 220
" 30 C.G.H. T.G.H. Peter Brereton On account of salary at 5l. a week 130 0 0 27
" " " " Aud. Sherwin        "        " 350l. a year 170 0 0 27
April 23 " " John Leech, registrar           "        " 6l. a week. With auditor's certificate of 36l. due on 30 March 1653. [G 97, p. 519.] 54 0 0 47
" 28 " " Edw. Carey, examiner Quarter's salary at 160l. a year, on auditor's certificate. [G 73, p. 141.] 40 0 0 55
June 29 " " Rich. Nymlin On warrant of the Council of State prefixed of 15 June 1653, in full of all demands on Parliament. [G 142, p. 609.] 70 0 0 546
July 12 " " Anne, widow of Capt. Rob. Holland. On a Council of State order of 21 June prefixed, in part of 346l. 8s. 1d. due to him for pay of his company of foot in Col. Venn's regiment. [Also G 90, p. 985.] 50 0 0 117
July 12 C.G.H. T.G.H. Peter Brereton, counsellor On account of salary at 5l. a week 65 0 0 118
" " " " Edw. Carey, late examiner For salary for 3 months and a weeks, at 160l. a year, on auditor's certificate. [G 73, p. 146.] 43 1 6 118
" 13 " " Thos. Bayly, registrar On account of salary at 6l. a week 24 0 0 120
" 14 " " Rich. Sherwin, late auditor. Salary for a quarter, ending 24 June 87 10 0 121
" " " " John Reading, counsellor On account of salary at 5l. a week 20 0 0 121
" 19 " " Thos. Fowle, solicitor " " 100l. a year. With auditor's certificate, 14 July. [G 85, p. 173.] 25 0 0 128
Aug. 16 " " 4 Ordnance officers On an order of the Council of State of 23 July, given as gratuity for extra service, any order to the contrary from the Committee of Inspections notwithstanding. 200 0 0 167
" 20 Northn Ald. Thos. Ledgard. John Jopling For discharging the public debts of co. Durham 404 15 5 221
" 30 C.F.C. T.G.H. Lady Alice Borlace On a Parliament order given, of 24 Aug., 4l. weekly, with arrears. 4 0 0 183
Sept. 27 " " " " " " 19 Sept., " 4 0 0. 211
" 30 " " Rich. Sherwin, auditor Balance due of his quarter's salary (order missing). [G116, p. 969.] 87 10 0
Oct. 4 " " Wm. Moyer, auditor For one quarter's salary 87 10 0 214
" 5 " " Gualter Frost On an order of the Council of State given, of 3 Oct., for contingencies of Council. [Also G 85, p. 239.] 10,000 0 0 216
" 14 " " Ambassador Whitelock On an order of the Council of State prefixed of 12 Oct., towards the expenses of his embassy to Sweden. [Also G130, p. 201.] 1,000 0 0 570
Nov. 13 " " John Blackwell, jun., and Rich. Deane, Treasurersat-war. From sequestration money in hand 1,200 0 0 579
" " " " " "            "         " 500 0 0 579
Dec. 1 " " Hen. Scobell, clerk of Parliament. On certificate of the Committee of Inspection by Parliament order, for arrears and salary due to him. 250 0 0 582
Dec. 6 C.F.C. T.G.H. Ralph Darnell, assistant to the late Parliament. On a Parliament order prefixed of 28 Nov., and like certificate, for arrears due. 200 0 0 582
" " " " Wm. Hull, servant to the serjeant-at-arms.            "          " for a quarter's salary, and fire and candle for the House and the 3 rooms above. 25 0 0 583
" " " " Rob. Davies, clerk assistant to Parliament.          "          " for quarter's salary due 29 Sept. 25 0 0 583
" " " " Rich. Acton, and 4 other servants of Parliament.         "        "         " " 10l. each 50 0 0 583
" " " " Edw. Birkhead, serjeantat-arms to Parliament.          "        " for balance due on salary of 240l., fee of 1s. a day, and allowance of 200l. a year for coals, candles, &c. 808 5 0 583
" " " " Chas. Lowdon, messenger        "         " for a quarter's salary 10 0 0 584
" 8 " " Edw. Birkhead, serjeant For quarter's salary 75 0 0 584
" 23 " " [Roger] Bateman For completing the book of fines paid into the Goldsmiths' Hall treasury. 2 0 0 276
" 26 " " Rich. Sherwin Balance of salary due (order missing). [G 116, p. 967 B.] 87 10 0
" 27 " " Wm. Moyer, auditor On certificate, the balance due of his salary of 350l. a year. 87 10 0 276
" 28 " " Hen. Scobell, clerk of Parliament. On order in Council for a quarter's salary, due 25 Dec. 100 0 0 588
" " " " Edw. Birkhead On like order " " 75 0 0 588
" " " " Rich. Acton and 4 others           "        "         " 60 0 0 588
" " " " Rob. Davies, clerk           "        "         " 25 0 0 588
1653—54.
Jan. 10 " " Edw. Birkhead, serjeant to Parliament. For arrears on sundry allowances 548 13 9 590
Feb. 15 " " Ralph Darnell, clerk assistant to the late Parliament. One quarter's salary in arrear 50 0 0 601
Mar. 24 C.G.H. T.G.H. Thos. Browne and Dancer Hancock. For arrears of his salary of 350l. a year 87 10 0 322
" " " " Rich. Sherwin Balance of salary due (order missing). [G 116, p. 967A.] 87 10 0
G 27.
June 22 " " Capt. John Manley, farmer of the Letter Office, or James Hicks, his assignee. Payment of a bill 18 3 3 77
" 23 " " Sherwin and Leech For keeping distinct accounts of the moneys paid to the Committee for Compounding as Committee for Advance of Money, as ordered 15 July 1653. 100 0 0 83

Footnotes

  • 1. The original Warrants in G 265, 266, are generally receipted, and often have appended the bills of exchange on which they were granted.
  • 2. C.H.H. means the Committee at Haberdashers' Hall.