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'Entry Book: July 1690, 1-10', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 9: 1689-1692 (1931), pp. 726-736. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104826 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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July 1690, 1-10

Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference.
July 1. For the money order for 390l. 9s. 8½d. to Tho. Silver in repayment of loan made this day, see ut supra, p. 697. Order Book III, p. 96.
William Jephson to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue to William Smith, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 3,000l. out of such money as shall be lent into the Exchequer by said Smith, or by his procurement, on credit of the Customs : same to be for half a year's wages and board wages to said Band to Lady day last. Disposition Book VIII, p. 183.
July 2. Treasury order confirming the dormant warrant of Oct. 10 last, supra, p. 278, for Robert Thorowgood's salary as customer of Lynn Regis port Money Book X, p. 111.
Treasury warrant to Roger Whitley, junr., Receiver General [of Crown Revenues] of North Wales etc., to pay 15l. to Bevis Lloyd, Receiver General [of the like] of South Wales, being the sum levied by Richard Glynn, sheriff of co. Montgomery, for the year ended 1689, Michaelmas, on the lands of John Jervas, extended at the suit of James II in aid of said Lloyd. Ibid, p. 405.
Same to the Receipt to issue 40,000l. to Edward Russell, esq., on any unsatisfied orders in his name as Treasurer of the Navy : to be applied to the Victualling : same to be satisfied by tallies on the following Receivers of the last [or Second] Poll [2 Wm. and Mary, c. 2], viz. 2,000l. on William Whitebread, Receiver thereof for co. Beds ; 2,500l. on Noah Starling, ditto for co. Berks ; 2,500l. on Thos. Egleton, ditto for co. Bucks ; 2,000l. on William Sayer, ditto for co. Cambridge ; 2,000l. on James Lapley, ditto for co. Herts ; 2,000l. on Benj. Mathews, ditto for co. Northants ; 2,000l. on Samuell Bradshaw, ditto for co. Derby ; 2,000l. on Jo[h]n Darbie, ditto for co. Dorset ; 3,000l. on Edward Mitchell, ditto for co. Gloucester ; 1,500l. on Thos. Mathews, ditto for co. Hereford ; 500l. on Edward Jolley, ditto for co. Huntingdon ; 500l. on Richard Burnby, ditto for co. Rutland ; 3,000l. on William Cawthorp and Christopher Randes, ditto for co. Lincoln ; 500l. on Cha. Williams, ditto for co. Monmouth ; 4,500l. on August Briggs, ditto for co. Norfolk ; 500l. on Antho. Isaackson, ditto for Newcastle ; 4,000l. on Gilbert Spencer, Cha. Browne and Thomas Allen, ditto for co. Somerset ; 1,500l. on Phi. Bearcroft, ditto for co. Worcester ; 3,000l. on John Child, ditto for co. Wilts ; 500l. on —, ditto for co. Westmorland : being 40,000l. in all. Ibid, p. 406.
Money order for 10l. to John Lowe, gent., one of the Deputy Chamberlains of the Receipt, for last June 24 quarter on his allowance for locking up and delivering out their Majesties' treasure in the Receipt. Order Book III, p. 100.
William Jephson to the [Principal], Officers of the Ordnance to pay to Monsieur Goullon, forthwith by way of advance, as Lieutenant General of the Train of Artillery in Ireland, the 400l. which the Treasury Lords have directed to you for him by the King's command : same to be upon account of his pay, although said pay "is not upon the establishment of your Office." Care will be taken for the regular discharge thereof. Disposition Book VIII, p. 185.
Same to Charles Fox [as a Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland] informing him of the above. My Lords are informed that Goullon is payable out of your Office. Take care that he be not doubly paid. Out Letters (General) XII, p. 320.
Same to the Board of Greencloth, enclosing a memorial of money (228l. 13s. 0d. in all) due to several Hackney coachmen for hire of their horses which attended the King to Hoylake. My Lords desire you to do what you think fit therein. Ibid.
Same to Sir Christopher Wren, enclosing the answer of the overseers of the poor at Windsor to Mris. Ball's complaint. If she think herself aggrieved the Treasury Lords think she may try her right by law. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ John Ellesdon as one of the riding officers for the coast of Kent near Dover loco Edward Furlong, who is to be employed as an extraordinary landcarriageman in London port.
Robert Knight (an extraordinary tidesman, London port) as a tidesman in fee ibid. loco Paul Badcock, lately deceased.
William Williams as waiter and tidesman at Pembroke Ferry in Milford port loco Lewis Gibbon, deceased.
John Forster as boatman at Shoreham in Chichester port loco Robert Jacob, lately deceased.
James Jones (formerly a deputy King's waiter, London port, and now officiating as a landwaiter in Hull port) to be established as a landwaiter at Hull loco Benjamin Spence, who is [? to be] one of the deputy King's waiters, London port.
Thomas Cooke as tidesman at St. Ives in Penzance port loco William Berriman, dismissed.
Charles Hosey (an extraordinary tidesman, London port) as a tidesman in fee ibid. loco Richard Wychal, lately dismissed.
Joseph Baker (a same ibid.) as a same ibid. loco Edward Wynniffe, who is gone to serve in the Army.
Out Letters (Customs) XII, pp. 164, 165, 166.
Treasury reference to Mr. Harbord [as Surveyor General of Crown Lands] and Mr. Ryley [as Surveyor General of Woods] of the proposal about Bare [Bere] Forest, ut supra, pp. 645-6, and the Attorney General's report thereon. Reference Book VI, p. 201.
Same to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of John Harrison for a landwaiter's place, London port, loco Edward Farless, deceased ; [petitioner] having been a landwaiter in Exeter port many years. Ibid.
June [erratum for July] 2. Same to same of the petition of Henry Langford for a same ibid., he having been a quayman ibid. for several years. Ibid, p. 203.
July 2. Same to same of the petition of John Fentzell, shewing that in April, 1689, he with several other merchants imported from Holland a parcel of wire which was duly entered, but afterwards seized, but by Treasury order of 1689, June 20, same was ordered to be delivered upon paying the duty of steel wire, which was accordingly done ; nevertheless Charles Stisted (who was heretofore a Customs officer, but being displaced has become a common informer) has brought an information in the Exchequer for the value of the wire, one half to the Crown, the other half to himself. Ibid.
Same to same of the petition of John Clarcke of Chichester, shewing that he served some time as a Customs officer in Chichester port, but was turned out under James II "because he could not be for taking away the penall laws and tests," but afterwards restored thereto ; that he has lately received a commission "as Lieutenant of this City Trained bands," his family having long lived here in some tolerable fashion ; has now received an order from the Customs Commissioners to remove to Cowes in the Isle of Wight "and taking one Eden from thence into his employ [into petitioner's place] here" to petitioner's exceeding great damage : therefore praying revocation of the order for his removal. Ibid, p. 204.
Same to Major Wildman [Postmaster General] of the petition of John Wainwright, postmaster of Boroughbridge, co. Yorks, praying allowance of 22l. 7s. 0d., which he paid to Visct. Dunblane upon the late Revolution. Ibid.
Same to the Auditor of Crown Lands concerned, of the petition of William Henley and Elizabeth his wife, relict of Mark Trouts, late Receiver of Crown Revenues for cos. Kent, Surrey and Sussex : praying payment (out of the rents of the manor of Reigate) of the surplusage of 303l. 2s. 4¾d. on their [the said Receiver's] account ended 1682, Michaelmas. Ibid.
Treasury warrant to the Remembrancer of First Fruits and Tenths to discharge upon the next account of the Bishop of Norwich's diocese the nine years' arrears of Tenths due before 1688, Christmas, on the rectory of St. John's de Mather Market in the city of Norwich : said rectory being certified to be not worth 30l. per an. at the improved value : all provided that William Adamson, who now serves the cure there, be first instituted and inducted as by the privy seal of 1689, July 11, supra, pp. 161-2. Warrants not Relating to Money XIII, p. 218.
Treasury warrant to Robert Humfreys, esq., late proauditor of [Crown revenues] Wales, to deliver to Charles Herbert, now Auditor of Crown Revenues in Wales, the books, records and writings belonging thereto and in your custody, without which he cannot execute said office. Warrants not Relating to Money XIII, p. 218.
Same to the Treasurer of the Navy to, in future, abbreviate and enter (in his ledger of receipts and payments) the accounts of the ordinaries of the [Navy] Yards in the same manner as the extraordinaries.
Prefixing : (a) said Treasurer's memorial, asking authorization for so doing, ut supra, p. 672 ; (b) report thereon by the Navy Commissioners. The payments of the Yards, which is called the Extra, hath been for the time past entered in the Treasurer's ledger by abstract, expressing only the Yard and quarter, the sum and the first man's name on that book, referring [for more] to the particulars in the books themselves, which are adjusted and kept in the Navy Office : but the ordinaries have indeed been entered at large, particularly expressing in the Treasurer's ledger every man's name and sum etc. Since the one has been entered short it can be no prejudice to abbreviate the other also, the original books of both being kept in this Office to satisfy and inform any inquiry that may be made relating thereto. (c) Report of the Auditors of the Imprests agreeing with the opinion expressed in (b).
Ibid, pp. 218-9.
Same to the Treasurer's Remembrancer, Clerk of the Pipe and Comptroller of the Pipe for a record of surplusage to be made to transfer [and thereby satisfy] the surplusage of 24l. 17s. 0d. due to Humfrey Borlase, esq., sheriff of Cornwall, in his account for the year ended 1688, Michaelmas : same to be thereby satisfied out of the debit of any other sheriff or sheriffs indebted on his or their account.
Prefixing : extract of said surplusage from the Great Roll of the Pipe.
Ibid, p. 219.
July 3. William Jephson to the Auditor of the Receipt to receive the 20,000l. which Mr. Thomas Fox [Customs Cashier] will this day lend into the Exchequer, as being upon credit of the fourth part of the Customs arising after Nov. 1 next, which fourth part by the Act granting the Customs [2 Wm. and Mary, c. 4] is not appropriated. Disposition Book VIII, p. 185.
Same to Mr. Fox [Customs Cashier] to pay out of the Customs of Hull port the tally for 1,000l. to Charles Bertie, Treasurer of the Ordnance, to be by him paid to John Fitch. (Same to the [Principal] Officers of the Ordnance to deliver the tallies for said 1,000l. to said Fitch towards what is due to him for fortifications made at Hull.) Ibid.
Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows out of any unappropriated moneys in the Exchequer : viz. : Ibid, p. 186.
l. s. d.
to the Treasurer of the Navy for the [Navy's] current service 6,000 0 0
to ditto to pay a bill of Alderman Herne's 600 0 0
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance to buy 600 barrels of gunpowder 1,800 0 0
to the Earl of Ranelagh, by way of advance, for a week's subsistence [of the Forces, England] 6,666 19 6
to Mr. Fox and Mr. Coningsby or either of them for 22 Gentlemen of the First Troop of Guards remaining in London and for the like number of the Third Troop, for one month's subsistence 176 0 0
to ditto for Geo. Trench, late Ensign in Sir Jo[h]n Edgworth's Regiment, on account of half pay, as by the King's warrant of May 30 last 29 14 0
to ditto for Mr. Adolphy, secretary to Count Solmes, as by the King's warrant of same date 46 0 0
£15,318 13 6
William Jephson to Mr. Stephens [Cashier to the Navy Treasurer] to make alterations as follow in the list of payments ordered June 19 last, supra, p. 712, to certain creditors of the Victualling by substituting the following sums in the cases named for the sums there formerly directed, viz. : Thomas Martin, 409l. 7s. 9d. (instead of 408l. 7s. 9d.) for flour ; Thomas Frampton, 238l. (instead of 200l.) for bread ; Jos. Delamot, 15l. 15s. 0d. (instead of 88l. 4s. 0d.) for pease ; Thomas Robson, 270l. 14s. 6d. (instead of 283l. 12s. 0d.) for bread ; Jo[h]n Wyburne, 312l. 7s. 0d. (instead of 312l.) for flour ; Jo[h]n Jarmin, 13l. 18s. 0d. (instead of 13l. 17s. 0d.) for nails : the total being 1,259l. 12s. 3d., as against a previous total of 1,306l. 0s. 9d. for these several items. Disposition Book VIII, p. 187.
Same to the Agents [for Taxes]. There are several tallies for, in all, 40,000l. levied on several of the Receivers of the last [Second] Poll, payable to the Treasurer of the Navy, and which are transferred to the Victualling Commissioners. It very much imports the King's service that same be paid with all possible speed. On application being made to you by the Victualling Commissioners you are to write to the [said] respective Receivers and do everything else necessary for the speedy bringing in of that money. Out Letters (General) XII, p. 320.
Same to Mr. Appleyard. You refuse to pay to John Holland, who acts for you as one of the customers of Hull port, the arrears of the salary of 20l. per an., which you are to allow him. You are hereby not only to pay him said salary as from Lady day last but the arrears thereon from the time he entered upon the said office. Ibid.
Same to Mr. Fox [Customs Cashier] not to pay Mr. Tempest, one of the customers of Hull port, his salary until he satisfy to the abovesaid John Holland the allowance of 20l. per an. as his deputy therein. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Thomas Salter, shewing that in 1677 by special Order in Council he was appointed landwaiter in London port and ever demeaned himself well, and was often sent to the outports as riding surveyor and sometimes as collector, but in 1686, "speaking some words in derision of such as then made their interest to promote Popery, putting Papists into office, and allowing Papish books and other reliques of Popery to be imported, among which were many brass crosses of which petitioner got one, and meeting some officers of the Customs with the same in his hand, said, look you here gent., what you must come to, that is, fall down and worship the Cross or else turn out, after which he was soon put out of his landwaiter's place, and [was] sent collector of Bridgwater, far remote from his family here in town," and under the present Customs Commissioners was dismissed the service : therefore praying to be restored to his landwaiter's place. Reference Book VI, p. 206.
July 4. Treasury warrant dormant to the Customs Cashier to pay John [Cox] and Nathaniel Cox their patent salary of 27l. per an. as customer of Newcastle on Tyne port. Money Book X, p. 407.
William Jephson to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue (out of any disposable money in the Exchequer) 300l. to the Treasurer of the Ordnance towards buying 25 horses for his Majesty's waggons. Disposition Book VIII, p. 186.
Same to same to issue (out of the small branches of the revenue reserved for officers etc.) 125l. to Sir William Killegrew and 479l. 15s. 3d. to Visct. Preston. Ibid.
Same to same to issue to me [Jephson] for secret service 267l. 10s. 0d. out of the 440l. paid in by Serjeant Ryley on account of wood sales. Ibid, p. 187.
Same to same to issue (out of any disposable money in the Exchequer) 2,000l. to the Treasurer of the Navy, to be paid over to the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded. Ibid.
Same to the Commissioners for the late [last or Second] Poll in co. Warwick. By your warrants you have made the money arising by said Poll to be payable to the Receiver General not till Aug. 6 next. The Treasury Lords desire to know for what reasons and by what authority you have caused so great a delay in the payment thereof, in regard the Act for same [2 Wm. and Mary, c. 2] expressly directs the money to be paid to the Receiver General on or before June 20 last. My Lords desire you, as much as in you lies, to hasten the money into the Receiver General's hands by altering the said warrant "or otherwise as you shall think fit ; and that you will make some retrospect into your assessment in regard their Lordships are informed that — Phillips and — Mathew, esqrs., and other Justices of the Peace of your county are rated but at 20s. a piece only." Out Letters (General) XII, p. 322.
Same to Mr. Williamson. In yours of the 2nd inst. from York you say you hope the Poll and the Review of the former Poll within your receipt will amount to 20,000l. and that you will provide that sum to pay to Sir Joshua Allen at Chester on the 19th of this month. My Lords desire you to be punctual in paying accordingly and they will make you such allowance as is reasonable for the carriage and convoy of the money thither. If the said receipt fall short of said 20,000l. my Lords will take care to repay you the shortage [in such way] as you shall desire. Ibid.
Treasury order to the Customs Commissioners to comply with an Order of the Queen in Council, dated Whitehall, July 3 inst., ordering that an embargo be laid on all ships and vessels in the Thames and Medway. Out Letters (Customs) XII, p. 169.
Treasury reference to same of the petition of Thomas Banks for a deputy King's waiter's place, London port, loco Mr. Harridge, who is to succeed Mr. Hairefield, a landwaiter ibid. ; petitioner having practised the affairs of the Customs as a pupil upon the quays these ten months. Reference Book VI, p. 205.
July 5. William Jephson to the Attorney General to give warrant to the Clerk of the Petty Bag, for a commission to Sir Richard Bulkely, bart., Robert Davis, Richard Mostyn, John Pickering, John Bulkeley, esqrs., William Wybrants, Anderson Saunders, Richard Barry, John Forster and Robert Floid, gent., to enquire of divers manors, lands, rents, debts, goods etc. in cos. Herts [sic? Hereford], Flint, Denbigh and Glamorgan, conveyed to or for Jesuits or other superstitious uses, of which the King is informed : and to seize same into the King's hands.
In the margin : Sir Richard Bulkeley [implying that he is the informer herein and desires a lease of the premises when so found and seized].
Out Letters (General) XII, p. 323.
Same to the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. My Lords are informed that Col. Herbert is sworn into the office of Auditor of Crown Revenues in Wales without any warrant from the Treasury, contrary to the course of the Exchequer and the constant usage in these cases. They desire you to take care that the like may not be done for the future. Ibid.
Treasury reference to Auditor Aldworth of the petition and account of Thomas Fox [Customs Cashier] for 737l. 3s. 5d. for interest of 50,000l. [lent on the credit of the Customs]. Reference Book VI, p. 205.
July 7. Treasury warrant to the Receipt to issue 1,500l. on any unsatisfied orders in the name of the Earl of Ranelagh for the service of the Forces : same to be by tallies on Thomas Fox, the Customs Cashier, and is to be applied in satisfaction of a bill drawn upon the said Earl for payment of that sum to said Thomas Fox for value received [by said Earl] from John Hodgson, collector of Liverpool port, upon account of the encampment in those parts. Money Book X, p. 408.
Same to the Customs Commissioners to employ John Harridge (a deputy King's waiter, London port) as a landwaiter ibid. loco Edward Harfell, lately deceased. Out of his salary said Harridge is to pay 40l. per an. to Robert Willy, a superannuated officer, as was done by Isaac Beaulieu, who is [now, by rota] to be established at whole salary [the superannuation item being automatically saddled upon the last appointed King's waiter]. Out Letters (Customs) XII, p. 167.
Treasury reference to the Customs Commissioners of the petition of Gyles Dowles [Dowle], shewing that for near 20 years past he has been employed by warrant from the Council and the Treasury for the suppression of the planting of tobacco in England, which business was wont to cost Charles II very much money every year by sending down Troops of Horse to destroy the same, which means did not prove so effectual to obviate that offence as the statute laws put in execution ; in which service petitioner by his endeavours hath caused near 100 townships which formerly did plant tobacco now to leave off the same ; for which service petitioner had an allowance of 80l. per an. ; further that about two years since Sir N. Butler, conceiving some causes of displeasment against petitioner, did cause him to be suspended on a charge of which he is since cleared, but his salary has not been paid for 1½ years : therefore praying examination hereof and payment of his arrears. Reference Book VI, p. 207.
Treasury warrant to the Excise Commissioners to pay the assessments of the 3s. Aid [2s. and Additional 12d. Aids] on the salaries of Excise officers not exceeding 100l. per an. : it being now intended that the warrant of Mar. 31 last, supra, p. 560, shall extend to officers whose salary does not exceed that sum. Warrants not Relating to Money XIII, p. 220.
[?] Entry of the Treasury Lords' signature of the docquet of a grant to John Hook of the office of the custody or farm of the Hundreds of Dengie and Thurstable, co. Essex ; for 30 years at 30s. per an. rent. Ibid.
July 8. Money order for 100l. to William Wardour, Clerk of the Pells in the Receipt, for one year to June 24 last for his pains in attending the Treasury Lords for the despatch of his Majesty's affairs. Order Book III, p. 101.
Same for 45l. 8s. 4d. to same for same year as well for attendance in vacations as in lieu of the sums of 16l. 13s. 4d. and 8l. 15s. 0d. per an. anciently allowed him by tally of assignment out of the Customs. Ibid.
William Jephson to the Earl of Ranelagh [as Paymaster of the Forces] to report on the enclosed petition [missing] of James Abbis, praying that no money may be paid to the administratrix of Capt. Gilbert Thomas, late Provost Marshal, till petitioner be paid what said Capt. Thomas owed him. Out Letters (General) XII, p. 323.
Same to the Customs Commissioners. On a report from the Admiralty Lords to the Privy Council for proposing the best means of bringing in seamen it was ordered [in Council] the 5th inst. that the Customs officers in the respective ports should be directed to procure as many seamen as they can and send them to persons as follows, and to transmit to the Council lists of the names of the men they shall procure. You are to give directions accordingly to your officers in the respective ports. Send the said lists to the Treasury Lords for them to deliver same to the Council. You are to send to the Navy Commissioners the account of what money your officers shall disburse in this service ; the said Commissioners having promised to take care to repay same. The persons to whom the men are to be despatched are as follows : viz. : the Navy Commissioners at Chatham ; ditto at Portsmouth ; Joseph Fownes, storekeeper and muster master for the Navy at Harwich ; John Addis, ditto for the Navy at Plymouth ; the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth ; the Mayor of Hull ; the Mayor of Newcastle ; Robert Henley of Bristol, merchant ; Samuel Atkinson, Commissioner for the transportation at Chester, Liverpool and Hoylake. Ibid, p. 324.
Treasury reference to the Earl of Ranelagh [as Paymaster of the Forces] of the petition of John Shales [late Commissary], shewing that he is importuned by the executors of Lord Belasyse for two years' rent of 42l. per an. to Lady day last for the land on Hounslow Heath formerly used for the camp ; and that they have seized and taken away a great quantity of deal boards, for failure of their rent being paid ; wherefore petitioner prays that the lease of said land may be returned to him "which is now with Mr. Lownds, and I will pay the rent ; or if it be thought fit for the King to keep it, that his Majesty will pay the rent, and I may have your Lordships' direction to look after the bakehouse and buildings and to have all the deal boards restored to me." Reference Book VI, p. 205.
July 9. Money warrant for 37l. 4s. 0d. to Charles Seward, clerk, one of the sureties of his brother, Henry Seward, deceased, late Receiver General of the First Poll [1 Wm. and Mary, c. 13] for co. Hereford ; 32l. 3s. 0d. thereof for said Receiver's extraordinary charges in sending up his money at two several times by guards from Herefordshire to London at his own charge and for said Charles Seward's great charges in getting in the duplicates from several parts of the county and gathering the arrears unpaid by the collectors of the several townships ; and the remaining 5l. 1s. 0d. to repay what he has paid into the Exchequer in excess of his receipts on that Poll. (Money order dated July 11 hereon.) Money Book X, pp. 408-9. Order Book III, p. 102.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to direct the collectors of the outports to pay the last June 24 quarter's salary bill of the outports ; being 5,251l. 9s. 0d. for established salaries and 576l. 10s. 0d. for additional salaries, or 5,827l. 19s. 0d. in all. Money Book X, p. 409.
Same to Thomas Fox, Customs Cashier, to pay same quarter's salary bill for London port ; being 5,103l. 7s. 1d. established salaries and 123l. 15s. 0d. additional salaries, or 5,227l. 2s. 1d. in all. Ibid.
William Jephson to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows out of unappropriated money in the Exchequer : viz. : Disposition Book VIII, p. 188.
l. s. d.
to the Earl of Ranelagh for a week's subsistence [of the Forces, England] 6,666 19 6
to ditto for a fortnight's subsistence to the 16 Companies of the First Regiment of Guards in part of 1,251l. 651 0 0
to ditto for the Garrisons : viz. : 716l. 16s. 7¼d. for Portsmouth ; 750l. 6s. 6d. for Sheerness ; 538l. 4s. 8¼d. for Gravesend and Tilbury ; 477l. 15s. 0d. for Upnor and the gunners in the Medway 2,483 2
(The above three items to be issued by way of advance.)
to the Treasurer of the Ordnance 1,200 0 0
to Mr. Fox for a week's subsistence for 46 Gentlemen of the 1st and 3rd Troop of Guards 46 0 0
to ditto for Capt. D'Erlash to enable him to go into his own country 140 0 0
to ditto to clear the officers' wives of the four French Regiments to April 1 last according to the Queen's warrant 126 0 0
to ditto to answer the Exchequer fees on 25,556l. paid to several clothiers and on 8,026l. 19s. 11d. 210 4 9
£11,523 7
William Jephson to the Customs Commissioners to deliver, on arrival, on payment of Custom, a box which will be brought over in the pacquet boat from Holland for the Princess of Denmark, containing things for her own wearing ; provided there be nothing therein contrary to the Act prohibiting trade with France. Out Letters (General) XII, p. 324.
Treasury fiat for royal letters patent to constitute William Christian, esq., as customer of Carlisle port, being the post already held by him. Out Letters (Customs) XII, p. 168.
Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ John Butcher (chief boatman at St. Helens in Cowes port) as tidesurveyor, Falmouth port, loco Richard Upton, dismissed. Ibid.
Treasury reference to the Agents for Taxes of the petition of Thomas Brabin for a collector's place in the Excise ; petitioner having been solicitor of taxes for cos. Lincoln and Rutland and a Receiver General of Hearthmoney and with good repute in both said services. Reference Book VI, p. 206.
Same to Charles Fox of the petition of Gesom (Gezom) Russell, shewing that being appointed Agent to the Regiment of Horse now commanded by Col. Theodor Russell, he was ordered to furnish said Regiment with several accoutrements to the value of 700l., which he bought and sent away ; that he was ordered by said Colonel to take up of William Harbord, late Paymaster General of the Army in Ireland, what money should be wanting to pay for same, and Harbord being superseded by Charles Fox et al. petitioner applied to said Fox for said money, but Fox having no money in his hands cannot supply same without Treasury order : that petitioner is now forthwith commanded for Ireland with the remainder of said accoutrements and "is indebted for same and for the carriage to Chester the sum of 95l." and is daily threatened to be arrested if payment be not made : therefore prays an order to said Fox to pay him 95l. out of the clearings due to said Regiment. Ibid, p. 208.
Treasury warrant to Sir George Treby, Attorney General, for a noli prosequi on the information for the King's share of a forfeiture against John Fentzall of London, merchant, who in April, 1689, with other merchants, imported from Holland to London a parcel of wire, which was seized as iron wire ; but for the re-delivery of which a Treasury warrant was granted June 20 last [sic for 1689, June 20, see supra, pp. 163, 728] on paying duty as steel wire : notwithstanding which re-delivery one Charles Stisted has since brought an information in the Exchequer for the value of said wire. Warrants not Relating to Money XIII, p. 220.
Entry of the Treasury Lords' signature of the docquet of an in custodiam lease under the Exchequer seal to Henry Lickbarrow of divers messuages and lands in co. Westmorland of Sir Christopher Philipson, kt., outlaw : at 30s. per an. rent and 60s. fine. Ibid, p. 221.
July 10. Privy seal dormant for 4l. a day to William Cheney, esq., Sir John Knatchbull, bart., and Sir William Pulteney, kt., as Commissioners for the Privy Seal ; to be divided equally [among them] : as in lieu of the ancient diet of 16 dishes of meat heretofore allowed to the Keeper of the Privy Seal : to date from Feb. 19 past. King's Warrant Book XV, p. 107.
William Jephson to the Customs Commissioners, enclosing a copy [missing] of an Order in Council, dated yesterday, for putting an embargo on ships. I have sent the original to the Treasury Lords to be signed, but they do not meet till to-morrow, and it's uncertain whether a quorum of them can be found to-day to sign it. Please give such order that the service may not suffer by this delay and I will not fail to send you the original order with my Lords' [subscription of] warrant thereupon either to-night or to-morrow morning. (Said Treasury warrant dated July 10 to said Commissioners to observe said Order of the Queen in Council prefixed, dated Whitehall, July 9, for an embargo or stay to be made of all ships and vessels whatsoever now within or which hereafter shall come into any of the ports, harbours or roads of England, Wales or Berwick on Tweed, until further order ; such ships and vessels only excepted as are or shall be imported [sic for employed] in his Majesty's service.) Out Letters (General) XII, p. 324. Out Letters (Customs) XII, p. 169.