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Cases brought before the committee: April 1644

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Calendar, Committee For the Advance of Money: Part 1, 1642-45. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1888.

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April 1644

Rich. Harris, Chapel Wardon, Covent Garden.

1 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 80l. 61 111
26 April 1644. On information that he has disbursed 400l. for the parish, by reason whereof be cannot pay his assessment—order that it be respited till a bill now depending in the House of Commons for making the place a parish be passed, when money can be raised for his repayment. 3 89
30 Dec. 1644. Assessed at 250l. 67 91
20 Jan. 1645. The former order renewed, he having disbursed much money for the parish. 4 17

Thos. Brooker, Sundridge, Southwark, Surrey, or Sevenoaks, Kent.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 500l. 61 115
1 May 1644. To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 96
17 July 1644. His assessment respited, on certificate of the County Commissioners for Surrey that his estate is sequestered. 3 182
19 July. This order notwithstanding, the assessment of 500l. is to be levied on the rents of his estate in Southwark. 3 184
12 Aug. 1644. Overington Blunden, his tenant, who has done good service to Parliament, excused a year's rent of 26l. because he has laid out 30l. on the house. 3 206
11 Sept. 1644. Order that John Hodges be continued steward of Old Paris Garden Manor, St. Saviour's, Southwark, whereof Thos. Brooker, assessed at 500l. for his 1/20, is lord, and as many offences have been committed in the manor, and fines made by jurors thereon, he is to issue warrants for raising the fines, to keep courts, and to perform his usual duties. Also that Roger Taylor be bailiff, and be accountable to this committee for his receipts, which are to be in part of the said assessment. 3 233 235
27 Sept. 1644. Lancelot Johnson to desist from his office of steward of Old Paris Garden, John Hodges being appointed thereto, and he is to pay in all his receipts to this committee, or in default, to appear before them. 3 246
20 Dec. 1644. Brooker's tenant, Fras. Comber, complaining of his rent, as rents are now much lessened, 30s. deducted from his former rent of 5l. 3 337
5 Feb. 1645. Order that out of the money coming in from Brooker's assessment, the 10l. due from his lands and rents to the poor of St. Saviour's parish and the Grammar School be paid. 4 30
9 July 1645. Assessed at 2,000l. 69 56
16 Aug. 1645. Order that on his making up the receipts from his rents to 600l., his assessments of 500l. and 2,000l. be discharged, and his sequestration for non-payment taken off, he paying the collector's salary and charges. 4 241

Thos. Brusell.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,200l. 61 113
16 May 1644. Respited 14 days for enquiries as to what residence he has had in town since the Ordinance of 29 Nov. 1642. 3 117

Sir Simon Fanshaw.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 600l. No proceedings 61 113

Sir Rob. King, the Strand.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 113
8 April 1644. His assessment discharged for the 275l. formerly lent in his wife's name. 75 281

Hen. Philpott, Mile End Green, and Thruxton, Co.Hants, and Thos. Phillpott, Thruxton.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Henry assessed at 400l., but the assessment vacated because of a later one. 61 113
9 July 1645. Assessed at 800l. 69 56
15 Dec. 1645. Again assessed at 1,000l. 69 132
21 Aug. 1646. Thomas Philpott assessed at 100l. 71 39
25 Sept. 1646. Geo. Lawrence, who holds 60l. a year in land of Hen. Philipott's in Bow and Mile End, to pay his rent to this committee towards Philpott's assessment of 800l. and to be protected therein. 5 108
30 Oct. 1646. Lawrence is to hold the land at 60l. rent, and to be secured for payment of his last ½ year's rent to this committee. 5 123
20 Nov. 1646. His sequestration to be discharged, on his giving security to abide the order of this committee as to his assessment. 5 139
Nov. Lawrence begs a 3 years' lease of the house, as Philpott threatens to turn him out for paying his rent to the committee. Paid it before to the Commissioners for Sequestrations for Middlesex, who abated 20l. a year, because much of the land was taken from him by building of the forts. 95 1
2 Dec. 1646. The grant of the house to Lawrence vacated, as Philpott had no notice thereof, and he to deliver it to Philpott on 1 March, being excused the rent from Michaelmas. Philpott having given security, his sequestration is discharged. 5 147
15 March 1647. The sequestration of Hen. Philpott's estate to proceed. 5 219
26 March. Lawrence to hold the Mile End farm at 60l. rent from Lady-day. 5 299
CASE 95 1A DEP. 95 1B P.E. 95 1C 28 May 1647. The 555l. balance due of Philpott's fine to be paid by Mr. Austen, of Hogsdon, Middlesex, on sale of his lands. 5 265
4 June 1647. This order vacated and Philpott's estate discharged for the 400l. that he has paid. 5 268
16 Feb. 1648. 50l. to be returned to him, the 400l. being above his proportion. 5 373
30 Nov. 1648. To be sequestered for non-payment of his assessment of 1,000l. 6 127
P.E. 95 1D 18 May 1649. Thos. Philpott to be sequestered for non-payment 6 349
P.D. 95 1E 7 Dec. 1649. His assessment discharged, as his debts amount to more than the value of his estate. 8 51

Capt. Rich. Wild, Tower Hill.

3 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 113
24 March 1645. Respited till Oxfordshire be reduced, or the lease of lands excepted be restored, or till further order, having lent 16l. 4s., which is his proportion on oath. 76 61 770 113

Sir Fras. Clark, Coleharbour.

5 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 400l. 61 117
19 April 1644. Discharged for 80l. lent, being his proportion on oath 75 297

Gregory Cole, the Temple.

5 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 500l. 61 117
4 June 1644. To have 14 days to bring in the ½ of his assessment 3 136
19 June. Allowed 10 days more, and on non-performance, his estate to be sequestered. 3 154
24 June. To be brought up in custody to pay the assessment 3 161
4 Sept. 1644. The 300l. which he paid in Oxfordshire to the LordGeneral's Commissioners to be accepted in part of his assessment, and on payment of 100l. more, he is to be discharged. 3 229
18 Sept. Allowed 14 days to pay 50l. of the 100l. 3 240
2 Oct. 1644. He is to pay the 50l. residue in 14 days 3 250
16 Oct. Notes of payment of 50l., 48l. and 2l. in full 61 118
4 April 1645. His estate, with that of his tenants having been seized on a mis-information, it is to be discharged, and the informers are to pay the officers their charges. 4 108

John Harmer, Wanstead, and Old Bailey.

5 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 700l. 61 117
11 May 1644. Affidavit that 100l10s. is his full 1/20, his houses at Cirencester, and his desperate debts being deducted, and his own debts paid. Noted to be discharged. 95 1F
13 May His assessment to be discharged for 7l. 6s. formerly lent and 93l. 4s. now paid, being his proportion on oath. 75 327
23 Oct. 1646. Order that he have the Public Faith for the money paid in by him, both that paid within the time and that paid suddenly after. 5 121

Emery Hill, Westminister.

5 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 50l. 61 119
1 May 1644. Order that 38l. owing to him by the State, for which he has a warrant to Sir Gilbert Gerard from the Committee of Safety, be accepted in discharge of his assessment, and Sir Gilbert be desired to pay the same to this committee. 3 95
O.C. 3 120 3 May. To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 102

Deputy Jas. Thursby, Grocer, Smithfield, and Katherine, his Widow.

8 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 118
22 April 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 86
26 April. Ordered to make up ½ and then be heard 3 87
27 April. The 55l. deposited by him, with 95l. lent, to be accepted in discharge of his assessment. 3 90
1652 ? The widow petitions for Public Faith security for the 55l., although on account of her husband's illness he did not pay it within 10 days, but she wishes to double the whole money on the late propositions of Parliament. 95 1G

Thos. Wallis, Old Bailey.

8 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 60l. 61 118
19 April 1644. The 7l. 14s. deposited by him to be accepted in discharge, he having lent 17l. 6s. and this being his proportion on oath. 75 298
21 July 1652. Order that he have the Public Faith for 7l. 14s. paid by him with interest. 12 75

John Clements, Bridge Ward.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 100l. 61 121
15 May 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 116
O.C. 3 142 17 July 1644. To make up ½ his assessment in 10 days 3 180
15 Jan. 1645. Ordered to send in 30 pairs of good pistols, with holsters, to be viewed by Col. Owen Rowe, and allowed towards his assessment. 4 13
19 Nov. 1645. To pay 30l. in discharge of his assessment in 14 days, and have his pistols back; and if he fail, he is to pay the whole assessment. 4 329
March 1654. A Public Faith certificate ordered him for the 30l. paid. 61 121

Jonas James, Deptford.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
He having contributed 150l., and having 500l. due to him from the Navy for freight, order that the residue of his assessment be respited till he receives his money from the Navy. 3 75
20 May 1644. Assessed at 500l. 65 23
14 June 1644. This assessment to be discharged 3 148

Mary Mildmay, Romford, Co. Essex.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 80l. 61 121
1 May 1644. To be brought up in custody to pay her assessment 3 96
8 May. Allowed 14 days to prove what she contributed on the propositions. 3 105
21 May. Her assessment to be discharged on payment of 20l., she having shown her affection by frequent contributions in Essex. 3 122

Jas. Parrott, Walbrook Ward.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Certificate by Law. Newman of his payment of 15l. in full of his assessment, according to order. 95 2

Thos. Wild, Lewsham, Kent.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 80l. 61 121
1 May 1644. Discharged for 10l. deposited, being his proportion 76 311
23 March 1654. Request by him for the Public Faith for 10l. paid in 1644 for his 1/20, with receipt thereof. 95 2A

John Paulet, Marquis Of Winchester.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 3,000l. No proceedings 61 120

James Stanley, Earl Of Derby.

11 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Messengers to seek for and bring in any plate, money, or jewels belonging to James, Earl of Derby. 3 77
17 Nov. 1645. The Earl assessed at 10,000l. for his 1/20. No proceedings. 69 110

Rich. Brigham, Covent Garden.

12 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
His assessment of 500l. discharged, most of his estate consisting in debts owing him by the King and others at Oxford, and he having made waggons and done work for the Army, amounting to 88l. 3s. 0d. 3 80
27 Jan. 1645. Assessed at 150l. 69 118
25 Feb. 1645. His assessment respited till his excepted debts are paid, or till further order, not having 100l. 76 737

Capt. Brian Stapleton, Blackfriars.

10 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 50l. 61 121
17 May 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 120
12 June 1644. His assessment discharged, he being driven from Lincoln, and his estate under power of the King's army. 3 146
18 Feb. 1646. He petitions that he lost an estate of 400l. a year by the rebellion in Ireland, has been in service there and in England, often shot, and is now in distress. Begs room for himself and children in Mr. Mollen's house, Shoe Lane, granted to some who never inhabited it, nor paid a penny for repairs. as he cannot obtain his arrears. 95 3
18 Feb. Ordered a dwelling in the house, Shoe Lane, granted 7 Nov. 1645 (2 rooms excepted) to 3 Women who lost their estates in Ireland. 4 432

Michael Bayley, tallow-chandler, near Holborn Bridge.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 125
19 April 1644. Summoned to pay the assessment 95 4
16 May 1644. Ordered to pay up ½ in 14 days 3 117
4 Nov. 1644. To be heard after he has paid in ½ 3 280
22 Nov. His tenant, Edw. Foden, ordered to pay in to the Committee for Advance of Money 129l. due to Bayley for rent, in part of the assessment. 3 300
3 Jan. 1645. Like order to Foden to pay in 166l. 3 349
13 June 1645. Bayley to be discharged, having paid 150l 4
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March 1654. He petitions for the Public Faith for the 150l. Lent 300l. in 1651, and has neither received principal nor interest. Was assessed at 300l. in 1644, but being very aged and infirm, got his friends to solicit for him, and deposited 80l., but that not being accepted, paid 40l., and his tenant, Mr. Foden, 60l. Now lives at Finchley, and is unable to help himself. Granted. 95 61 6 125

Wm. Behethland, Billingsgate Ward.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
His assessment of 40l. for his 1/20 discharged for 20l. already paid 3 81
22 March 1654. Receipt on his behalf of a Public Faith certificate for payment of the said 20l. 95 7

Lady Dorothy Capel, Oxted, Surrey.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 500l. 61 123
8 May 1644. Her assessment discharged for the 80l. lent in Surrey, being her proportion on oath. 75 321

Justice Conyers, Walthamstow, Essex.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 400l. 61 126
May 1644 ? Note of the Public Faith given him for payments amounting in all to 93l. 10s. 8d. 61 126
17 June 1644. To be discharged on payment of 10l. more than the 100l. already paid, being his proportion on oath. 75 395

Wm. Dunn, Limehouse, near Dickshore, Middlesex.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 60l. 61 124
3 May 1644. The 14l. 10s. 4d. lent before, and 5l9s. 8d. now to be paid, to discharge his assessment. 75 313
21 July 1652. Order for a Public Faith bill, without interest, to be given him for the 5l. 9s. 8d. 12 75

Thos. Ken, Lombard Street.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 100l. 61 125
31 May 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 133
O.C. 3 288 18 Nov. 1644. Ken to make affidavit as to his 1/20 3 294
1 Jan. 1645. Order that he pay in 20l., and bring in a particular of his estate. 3 347
13. Jan. Ordered to bring in particulars of debts due by him and to him. 4 10
24 Feb. 1645. Order for his discharge for the 10l. already paid, being his proportion on oath. 4 55

Lady Montague, the Spittle.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,200l. 61 125
8 July 1644. Her estate to be sold and disposed of towards payment of her assessment. 3 172
R. 4 131 202 23 Dec. 1644. She to be brought up in custody to pay her assessment. 3 343
23 July 1645. Order that her assessment be discharged on paying 120l., she paying 30l. more after the reducing of Newark and Belvoir, having 300l. a year under Newark garrison. 4 210
4 Feb. 1646. Assessed at 400l. No proceedings 71 15

Stephen Nightingale, Grub Street.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 80l. 61 126
12 May 1644. Deposition by him that 40l. is the full 1/20 of his real and personal estate. 95 7A.
14 May. Order for his discharge for the 26l. 14s. 10d. lent, and 13l. 5s. 2d. now paid, being his proportion on oath, long since made, and now de novo, and for which the Public Faith is given. 76 61 940 126

Abtaham Smith, Chandler, Smithfield.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 200l. 61 126
19 April 1644. Summoned to pay his assessment 95 8
3 May 1644. His assessment discharged for 18l. 10s. lent, 31l. 10s. deposited, and 10l. more now to be paid. 75 316

Sir George Strode, Squerries, Co. Kent.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. 61 125
15 Nov. 1644. All his stock, money, and adventure in the East India Company to be seized for payment of his 1/20. 3 291
3 March 1647. His goods and household stuff in the hands of Sir Wm. Sidley in Kent to be seized and disposed of, and Sidley and all others to assist. 5 207
1 Oct. 1650. Information of numerous debts due to Sir George Strode. 22 90 91
22 Oct. 1651. His assessment discharged, he having compounded and paid his fine according to the resolves of Parliament of 17 and 21 March 1649, and his estate being sequestered till then. 17 61

John Tufton, Earl Of Thanet.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,500l. Noted, "assessed elsewhere" 61 123
24 May 1644. To be brought in custody for non-payment 3 127
30 May 1645. Again assessed at 2,000l. 69 34
11 July 1645. Respited to make up his ½, or take affidavit in the country what is his 1/5 and 1/20. 4 199
23 July. The assessment to be discharged on payment of 1,000l. in 14 days, for which the Public Faith is given. 4 69 210 34
1645 ? Martin Dallison petitions the House of Peers. The Earl of Thanet being assessed on the Ordinance of Parliament for his 1/20, and the time for payment elapsed, the collector presented me printed warrants to sign according to the usual course against him and many others, not naming, as he ought to have done, that he was a person of honour, and his a particular case, and therefore by oversight I signed it. This committee has always taken care, as in the cases of the Earl of Middlesex, Lord Coventry, &c., to acquaint the House of Lords with their proceedings in such cases, and the warrant not being signed with my knowledge, I beg that my oversight may be excused. 95 9A, B

Wm. Wight, Lunatic, London Wall.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 100l. 61 126
9 Aug. 1644. Fras. Gilbert, his [father-in-law and] guardian is to make oath what is his proportion, and to have 14 days to bring it in. 3 204
21 Aug. The 7l. 10s. deposited by Gilbert to be accepted in discharge of his assessment, being his proportion. 76 510

Hen. Wynn, Wimbledon.

15 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. 61 123
24 May 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 127
24 June 1644. Ordered to pay ½ in 14 days 3 160
15 July 1644. Ordered to pay 100l. more than the 200l. already deposited, in discharge of his assessment of 1,000l. 3 178
Aug. 1644. Note of his payments in five sums; total 300l. 95 89
16 Sept. 1646. Order that as 200l. is more than his 1/20, 100l. be repaid him out of his discoveries of any who have not paid in their 1/20. 5 101
2 April 1647. Lane ordered to pay him the 100l. out of the money paid in by Sir Hen. Audley for his 1/20. 5 234
7 Jan. 1648. He having only received 50l., order for payment of the other 50l. from money paid in by Sir John Borlase. 5 342

Chris. Dorrington or Dodington, Blackfriars.

16 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
He is to be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 83
13 May 1644. Being assessed at 150l. and his father-in-law, Dr. Grize, having made up ½, the residue is respited till he come home, or the committee take further order. 3 114
R. 4 87 104 12 Sept. 1645. Chris. Dorrington assessed at 400l. 69 84
1 Oct. 1645. To pay his assessment, or be committed to Peter House. 4 278
16 Jan. 1646. His goods and estate in his chamber in or near Whitehall to be seized, sequestered, and inventoried. 4 392
30 Jan. To be discharged imprisonment, on making up what he has paid on the propositions to 200l., and to give security to pay the rest in 6 months. 4 405
9 Feb. 1646. Having paid his ½ to be released till further order, and to be heard touching the residue of his assessment. 4 423
R. 4 43 3 March 1654. Public Faith certificate given for the payment 69 84

Wm. Bacon of Westminister.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 20l. for his 1/20, and summoned to pay 61
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CERT. 95 11 8 May 1644. To be discharged on payment of 2l., he having already lent 1l. 75 321
1 Sept. 1653. Order that he have a Public Faith bill for the said 2l. 13
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15 Oct. 1653. Public Faith bill granted accordingly 95 13

Jas. Bennett, Sen., of the Strand, and of Tooting, Surrey.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 100l. 61 129
6 May 1644. The 25l. deposited, with 5l. lent, to discharge his assessment of 30l. last December and 100l. in April, 30l. being his proportion on oath. 75 318
20 Dec. 1653. Asks a Public Faith bill for 25l. paid at Haberdashers' Hall for his 1/20. 95 14
13 March 1654. Recepit of the same, the 25l. being paid at Haberdashers' Hall 6 May 1644. 95 14

Capt. Rich. Blith, Jan., Deptford and Addle Hill.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 84
10 May 1644. John Bateman, constable of Deptford, to be committed to Lambeth House, because when Lawrence and Judd, the committee's officers, came to levy the assessment on Capt. Blith, he imprisoned Judd. Also Blith to be brought up in custody to answer his contempt to the committee's officers. 3 111 112
13 May. Blith assessed at 100l. 65 1
28 May. To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 130

Rob. Lunsdell or Lunsden, Westminster.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Summoned to pay an assessment of 50l. 61 95 131 15
15 May 1644. The collectors of his assessment to forbear distress or sale of Sarah Spikerman's goods, till her husband, Peter Spikerman, Lunsden's tenant, returns from the Low Countries, and till further order of this committee. 3 116
5 Aug. 1644. Lunsden to be brought up in custody to pay his assessment. 3 201
28 April 1645. To be discharged for 9l. 18s. and 3l. 17s. paid before, and 13l. 15s. paid this day, being his proportion on oath. 76 796
CERT. 95 17 2 Nov. 1653. Being much decayed in his estate, he begs a Public Faith certificate for the 27l. 10s. paid, although he could not make the second payment of 13l. 15s. within the 10 days assigned, and therefore a warrant was issued to take him into custody, but he borrowed the 13l. 15s. and got his discharge. 95 16
2 Nov. Order for a Public Faith certificate both for the 13l. 15s. paid within time and the 13l.15s. out of time. 13 95 29 19
23 Dec. 1653.The Goldsmiths' Hall Treasurers refusing the certificate because they did not receive the money, Wm. Lane, late treasurer to the Committee for Advance of Money, is to give it. 13 95 48 19

Alice Peck, Widow, Fetter Lane, and Co. Norfolk.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 500l. 61 128
21 March 1645. To be brought up in custody to pay her assessment 4 92
24 March. Her assessment being unpaid, her estate is to be seized and sold for payment. 4 96
5 Jan. 1646. Being assessed at 500l. in co. Norfolk, the County Commissioners are to take her affidavit as to her 1/20, and to certify what they have received from her. 4 377
9 March 1646. It appearing that she has given 85l. in the country, and that this is her full proportion, her assessment to be discharged, and the sequestration of her estate taken off. 4 450

Geo. Reade, Sen. and Jun., Holborn.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed the father at 40l. and the son at 30l. 61 131
23 May 1644. Order that as there is much money due to the son for military service to Parliament, his assessment be respited till he receive the money. 3 125
24 May. The father's assessment to be discharged for the 20l. deposited by him, for which the Public faith is given. 3
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Rob. Sainthill, Lime Street, Agent for the King in Leghorn.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. 61 128
29 April 1644. Note of Public Faith given him for 450l. and 50l. 61 128
3 May 1644. Having made up his ½, respited 10 days 75 315
10 May. Order that ½ his assessment being paid, the residue be respited till he returns from Leghorn. Also that Mr. Keats, having paid 50l. more than was formerly lent by Mr. Sainthill, be respited till Sainthill comes from Leghorn. 3
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DEP. 95 21–23 11 Aug. 1645. Information that he and Mr. Wright sent a ship laden with ammunition for the King's use to Bristol 2 years since, and that Sainthill has in lands in Middlesex, and in goods in his partner's hands, 20,000l. 21 95 23
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John Smith, Leadenhall Street.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. 61 128
2 May 1644. Having formerly lent and paid 500l., he is to pay 100l. more or make affidavit. 3 97
10 May. Having lent 500l. he is to be discharged on paying 50l. now and 30l. in 14 days. 3 110
O. 3 164 12 June 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 147

Hamond Ward, Merchant.

18 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 84
24 May 1644. To be brought up to pay the collectors their salary 3 126
19 May 1647. He petitions that he was ordered to pay 70l. 6s. 8d., to make 129l. 13s. 4d. paid up to 200l., the ½ of the ticket sent when he was out of town. This being 40l. more than his proportion, the 40l. was to be returned, but could not be spared. Brought 71l. 14s. 8d. to Goldsmiths' Hall in 1642. Begs the Public Faith for the 70l. 6s. 8d. 95 24
19 May. Granted, though the time was elapsed, because he was out of town when the notice was given. 5 258

Mary Dobbs.

19 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Her assessment respited 10 days 3 85
30 April 1644. Respite continued, "it appearing that she is under coverture, and her husband remote from hence." 3 92

John Burt, Stanmore, Middlesex.

22 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 86
1 May 1644. To be discharged on payment of 15l. 3 95
21 March 1654. Receipt by him of a Public Faith certificate for 3l. 6s. paid on his 1/20. 95 25

Dr. Rich. Hall, Barking.

22 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 100l. 61 127
20 May 1644. Again assessed at 100l. 65 26
28 May. To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 130
5 June 1644. Shews acquittances for 20l. paid in Essex 61 127
17 July 1644. He being assessed 22 April last, and discharged, and now re-assessed at 100l., the assessment to be discharged. 3 180

Edw. Allen.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Order to have a week's notice to provide himself with a house, and to remove from that in possession of Thos. Kitchen. 3 88
May 1644 ? Begs leave to dwell in half a tenement in Little Moorfields belonging to Mich. Gardiner, now prisoner at Norwich, and seized by the committee, and to have half the garden, paying 5l. rent. It was let to Roger Drake for 10l., and he allowed Thos. Kitchen, porter, and the petitioner to live in it rent free, but his lease having expired, and Kitchen being ordered to pay 10l. rent, he has given petitioner, who is poor and aged, notice to quit. 95 26

Mary Bode, alias Trotter, St. John's.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 132
8 May 1644. She is to make up ½ in 10 days 3 105
R. 3 115 137 8 July 1644. To be taken into custody for non-payment 3 174
137 22 Nov. 1644. Her assessment to be discharged for the 50l. paid 3 299
29 June 1649. Order that the Public Faith be given to Rich. Trotter, who married Mary Bode, lately deceased, for 50l. paid by her for her 1/20, before her marriage with Mr. Trotter. 7
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Lady Mary Clitheroe, Cheshunt.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 400l. 61 133
8 May 1644. To be discharged for the 200l. 5s. 4d. lent, being her proportion on oath. 75 323

— Farrata.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. Noted as discharged 61 134

Dr. Thos. Gwynn, Doctors' Commons.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 134
10 July 1644. Again assessed at 100l. 65 104
21 May 1645. Gwynn to be brought up in custody to pay his assessment. 4 160
15 Jan. 1647. Mr. Gyttings, of Watling Street, ordered to bring in the moneys in his hands of Dr. Gwynn's, towards his assessment. 95 28
22 Jan. Messrs. Wheeler and Palmer to pay to the committee for Advance of Money the money in their hands belonging to the late Dr. Gwynn, whose sequestration is taken off, towards the assessment of 300l. for his 1/20. 5 183
17 March 1647. His tenants to pay their rents to this committee towards his assessment, as he was served with a ticket for 100l., and has since been assessed at 300l. 5 221
9 April 1647. Alice Gwynn, administratrix to the late Dr. Thos. Gwynn, complains that, being under-tenant by a lease expiring at Midsummer at a heavy rent, to the Earl of Pembroke and the executors of — Wilson, her tenants refuse to pay her their rents, being required to pay what moneys they have of Dr. Gwynn's to the Committee for Advance of Money. She begs that as he was no delinquent, nor lived within 100 miles of London, was never sequestered before, and is long since dead, the summons may be discharged. 95 29
9 April.Order that the sequestration on Dr. Gwynn's estate be taken off, and his assessment respited, and that his tenants and debtors pay their rents and debts as formerly. 5 237

Lady Joyner or Jenour, Garlick Hill.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 200l. 61 133
8 May 1644. Her assessment discharged for the 43l. lent, being her proportion on oath. 75 323

Thos. Mason, Pye Corner, St. Sepulchre's Parish.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
He being sequestered [for non-payment of his 1/20], the claim of Thos. Halton to his house in Pye Corner to be examined, and if it appear to belong to Halton, the sequestration to be discharged. 3 87
30 April. Discharged accordingly, any former order of this committee notwithstanding. 3 91
14 Feb. 1645. Mr. Blakiston to have Mason's house in St. John's Lane, it being first sequestered by this committee, on paying head-rent and duties. 4 42
12 Nov. 1645. Edw. Russell, of Banbury, who lost his estate, was imprisoned in the castle there, and condemned to die by the enemy's Council-of-war, but escaped, is to live in Mason's house in Pye Corner till further order. 4 321
14 Nov. Eliz. Way and her family; and John Browne and his family, who lost their estates in Ireland, are to live with Mason's tenant in a house in Shoe Lane. 4 324
3 Dec. 1645. Jas. Robins, his tenant at Pye Corner, who owes 48l. arrears of rent, is to be discharged therefrom on paying 10l. presently and 5l. in a month. 4 345
22 Dec. Thos Walker, his tenant, is to pay 10l. in hand, and 20l. in 14 days, and then to be heard about arrears. 4 364
5 Jan. 1646. Mr. Lane to pay to the Goldsmiths' Company 33s. 4d. for 2½ years' arrears of rent for the houses and garden of Mason in Gunpowder Alley, Shoe Lane, and 13s. 4d. a year for a garden and encroachment. 4 379
23 Jan. Thos. Walker, having paid in 30l., to be discharged from a rent of 40l. due to Mason. 4 401
16 Feb. 1647. Mason begs discharge from sequestration. Compounded at Goldsmiths' Hall for his delinquency, and was there discharged, but is since informed that his estate is sequestered for his 1/5 and 1/20. 95 30
16 Feb. The collectors are to give in an account of what moneys they have levied towards his assessment. 5 202
12 March 1647. Order that if he make up the 87l. 3s. 6d. received to 100l., at which sum he is assessed in Faringdon Ward Without, east part, his sequestration be discharged. 5 216
26 March. It appearing that he is assessed above his proportion, the sequestration of his estate is discharged, and the tenants are to pay him their rents as formerly. 5 229

Fras. Rowden.

26 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Petition that, being sequestrable for residing in the enemy's quarters, after the loss of his personalty, he compounded for his estate, engaging his lands to pay the fine, and is again assessed at 500l. Begs discharge, being unable to raise the money. 95 31
26 April 1644. Order for his discharge from a former assessment on payment of 10l. 3 89

Edm. or Edw. Brent, Haberdasher, of London and Heston, Middlesex.

29 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 200l. 61 135
20 May 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 121
7 June 1644. The 65l. deposited, with 35l. lent, to discharge his assessment on payment of 50l. more. 75 376
R. 75 388 28 June. Allowed 10 days to pay 10l. still behind of the 50l. ordered. 75 409
13 March 1649. Petition that, living in the country, he ordered his son to pay all assessments imposed, and having an order to pay 200l. for the 1/20 in 10 days, he appealed for mitigation; for this, petitioner was sent for, but could not arrive till too late, and a warrant was issued against him for not appearing. Was not at the next meeting for want of notice, and his assessment was set at 150l., far above his proportion, but he was denied the Public Faith because a warrant was issued against him. Was the first that disbursed money for Ireland, and has lent several sums. Begs that the unintentional delay of one day may not deprive him of the Public Faith. 95 32
13 March. Order that he have the Public Faith for the money paid, as the lapsing of time was caused by his being out of town when the notice was left. 6 208

Lady Katherine Fane or Vane, at the Earl of Westmoreland's.

29 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 300l. 61 135
15 May 1644. Her assessment respited 14 days 3 116
R. 3 156 219 26 July 1644. Her assessment discharged at request of the Committee for Surrey, to whom the assessment was referred, her husband having been slain in Parliament service. 3 193

Toby Mathews, Holborn.

29 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 200l. 61 136
20 May 1644. His assessment discharged, on affidavit that he is not worth 100l. 75 340

Thos. Payne, Middle Temple, and Petworth, Surrey.

29 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
Assessed at 1,000l. 61 136
17 May 1644. Respited 14 days that his affidavit may be examined 75 334
R. 75 352 12 June 1644. To be brought in custody to pay his assessment 3 147
21 June. His assessment to be discharged on paying 13l, 13s. 4d. more than the 66l. 6s. 8d. deposited. 75 401
1 July 1644. His discharge ordered, the 80l. paid being his propertion on oath. 75 414
3 Aug. 1649. Ordered the Public Faith for 80l. paid for his 1/20, because his ticket was left in the Temple and he lived at Petworth, and paid within time after he had notice. 7 208

John Reynell or Reynolds.

29 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p.
To be brought up in custody to pay his assessment 3 91
30 April 1644. Order that he make up his ½ in 10 days 3 93
6 July 1646. To be brought up in custody to pay 5 67
29 Jan. 1647. His assessment discharged, he having lost the benefit of his office at Worcester, and suffered much in his estate since these troubles. 5 184

Footnotes

  • 1. See his petition on p. 52.