House of Commons Journal Volume 6
21 April 1649

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 6: 21 April 1649', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 6: 1648-1651 (1802), pp. 190-192. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=25641 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Die Sabbati, 21 Aprilis, 1649.

Prayers.

Correspondence with Holland.

ORDERED, That Mr. Speaker be, and is hereby, impowered to sign such Letters as shall be prepared by the Council of State to be sent into Holland.

Compositions.

Ordered, That on Tuesday next, this House do take into Consideration the Business touching the Case of such Persons as are in Arrear for their Compositions, and have Right to some Mitigation, and of such as are denied the Benefit of Articles by the Committee of Goldsmiths Hall.

Excise.

The House this Day proceeded with the List of the Anticipations on the Excise.

Resolved, That, for such Sums, as being formerly charged upon the Excise for any particular Use, shall be transferred from the Excise, and put upon the Security of Deans and Chapters Lands, as to those particular Uses to which they were respectively assigned, the like Sums, in the room of those so transferred, shall continue charged upon the Excise, in the same Course, respectively, for the Use of the Commonwealth.

To be transferred, upon the same Security with the Soldiers Arrears,

To Adam Are, for Northern Officers, upon all the Security given to the Army £. s. d.
23,566 1
To be transferred, on Deans and Chapters Lands,
1646.July 22. To the Committee of both Kingdoms, and Sussex Forces at Abingdon, with Interest 1,400 - -
October 14. To Dover Garison, with Interest 500 - -
Nov. 30. To Yorkshire Horse, with Interest 5,000 - -
1646.May 22. To Lord Ferd. Fairefax' reduced Officers, with Interest 17,138 10 11
25. To Major Bosa, with Interest 100 - -
28. To Capt. Strachan, with Interest 293 - -
28. To Eastern Association, Part of the Army's 150,000 l. 20,000 - -
June 11. To Dutch Officers, with Interest 7,852 5 8
Aug. 9, 20. To Ireland, with Interest 20,000 - -
December 1. To Sir Thomas Maleverer, with Interest 1,000 - -
20. To Col. Hampden's Executors 2,000 - -
28. To Patrick Young, with Interest 1,000 - -
30. To Alderman Aldworth, with Interest 5,274 6 11
March 6. To Colonel Harvy 1,448 - -
17.To Lord Broughill 2,000 - -
21. To Captain Gardiner 1,440 7 7
22. To Scotts Officers 13,774 7 -
1648.April 4. To Colonel Jephson, with Interest 1,000 - -
14. To Sir Richard Houghton, 779 5 9
14. To William Sike, with Interest 3,963 18 5
June 12. To Colonel Thomas Barwis 2,785 6 2
August 3. To Henry Stephens 500 - -
4. To Colonel Herbert, with Interest 730 4 -
7. To Colonel Barker 4,926 - -
29. To Mr. John Sleigh, with Interest 600 - -
Nov. 10. To Mr. Nicholas Gold, Part of 4,443 l 12s. 4d. 2,443 12 4
To Mr. Nicolas Gold, Part of 443 l 12s. 4d. with Interest, being 2,000 - -
1647.Decemb. 20. To Mr. Coriton, with Interest 632 - -
February 22. To Eastern Association, with Interest 10,000 - -

To be transferred from the Excise to the Deans and Chapters Lands: And the Committee to inquire of the Debt;

October 2.1646. To Colonel Massey, with Interest 944 6 2
March 29.1647. To Colonel Birch, with Interest, for Ireland 857 4 8
December 1. To Merchant Adventurers Company, with Interest 13,804 - -
March 6.1647. To Major General Browne, with Interest 5,000 - -
August 2.1647. To Ely and Crowland, with Interest 4,138 5 6
August 7.1647. To Adam Aires, for Northern Officers 3,526 12 -

Excise.

Resolved, That, for such Sums, as, being formerly charged upon the Excise for any particular Use, are now ordered to be taken off from the Excise, as to those particular Uses, for which they were assigned; the like Sums, in the room of those so taken off, shall be continued charged upon the Excise, in the same Course, respectively, for the Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, That the Charge of Two thousand Five hundred and Ninety-one Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Six-pence, to Mr. Samuel Vassal, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Charge of the Sum of One thousand Four hundred and Forty Pounds, to Sir Thomas Soames, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Charge of Eight hundred Pounds, to Colonel Birch, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Charge of One thousand Pounds, to Captain Plunkett, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Charge of Thirteen thousand Eight hundred and Four Pounds, to the Merchant Adventurers, be taken off from the Excise; and transferred to Dean and Chapters Lands.

Resolved, That Twenty-three thousand Five hundred and Sixty-six Pounds One Shilling and One Peny Halfpeny, to Adam Aires, for Northern Officers, charged upon all the Securities given the Army, be transferred and settled upon the same Security that the rest of the Arrears of the Army are to be.

Resolved, That the Charge of One thousand Seven hundred and Fifty-five . . . . ., with Interest, to Daniel Potter, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Charge of Four thousand Pounds, to the Lancashire Forces, Part of the Army's One hundred and Fifty-thousand Pounds, be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, That the Sum of Five thousand Pounds, charged on the Excise, to be paid to Alderman Bunce, for private Soldiers, with Interest; Twenty-seven thousand Pounds, charged on the Excise, to be paid to Alderman Bunce, for Officers, with Interest; and the Sum of Ten thousand Pounds, charged on the Excise, to be paid unto the Northern Association, with Interest; be taken off from the Excise.

Resolved, &c. That the Ten thousand Pounds, with Interest, charged on the Excise to the Eastern Association, be transferred from the Excise, to be paid out of Deans and Chapters Lands.

Resolved, That the Sum of Five thousand Pounds, charged upon the Excise to be paid to Newcastle, be taken off.

Resolved, &c. That the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, charged upon the Excise for Scarborough, be taken off.

Resolved, &c. That the Sum of Six thousand Pounds, charged upon the Excise to be paid to Hull, be taken off.

Resolved, &c. That the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, with Interest, charged on the Excise to be paid to Bristoe, with Interest, be taken off.

Resolved, &c. That the Twenty thousand Pounds, charged on the Excise to be paid to the Northern Forces, be taken off.

Resolved, &c. That the Ten thousand Pounds for the Lancashire Forces, charged on the Excise, be taken off.

Goldsmiths Hall Revenue.

Mr. Allen reports a List of the Anticipations on Goldsmiths Hall.

Resolved, &c. That, for such Sums, as being formerly charged upon Goldsmiths Hall for any particular Use, shall be transferred from Goldsmiths Hall, and put upon the Security of Deans and Chapters Lands as to those particular Uses, to which they were respectively assigned; the like Sum, in the room of those so transferred, shall continue charged upon Goldsmiths Hall, in the same Course, respectively, for the Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That for such Sums, as, being formerly charged upon Goldsmiths Hall for any particular Use, are now ordered to be taken off from Goldsmiths Hall, as to those particular Uses, for which they were assigned; the like Sums, in the room of those so taken off, shall be continued charged upon Goldsmiths Hall, in the same Course, respectively, for the Use of the Commonwealth.

Goldsmiths Hall Revenue.

Resolved, &c. That the several Sums following, here tofore charged, in Course, out of the Moiety formerly charged for Payment of the Army, be transferred upon Dean and Chapters Lands; viz.

£. s. d.
To John Selden Esquire 2,500 - -
To Benjamin Valentine Esquire 2,500 - -
To Captain Samuel Playford, with Interest 300 - -
To Major General Massey, assigned to Mr. Leithieulier 1,000 - -
To Mr. Wheeler and Mr. Bell, for Repair of Margaret's, Westminster 200 - -
To Christopher Metcalfe, with Interest 2,000 - -
To Patrick Younge Esquire, with Interest 1,000 - -
To Major General Browne 4,016 - -
To Captain Samuel Gardiner 715 - -
To Major Richard Turner, Mr. Maurice Gething, &c. with Interest 9,625 3 1
To the Lady Anne Harecourt 1,000 - -
To Adam Eyre, Thomas Greathead, &c. Trustees, for the Use of certain reduced Officers under the late Lord Fairefax 4,000 - -
To Dr. John Bastwick, with Interest 500 - -
To Major Andrew Jackson 175 - -
£. 29,531 3 1

Resolved, &c. That the several Sums following, heretofore charged, in Course, out of the other Moiety of the Grand Receipt of Goldsmiths Hall, not formerly engaged, for Payment of the Army, be transferred upon Deans and Chapters Lands.

£. s. d.
To Richard Winwood Esquire, rest unpaid 500 l. with Interest 150 - -
To Major Samuel Birch 500 - -
To Sir Robert Harley, &c. of the Committee of Hereford, 750l. whereof to Colonel Birch 6,740 - -
To Sir Francis Knollis, Zouch Tate, &c. Trustees, for the Use of Mrs. Elizabeth Burghill, Widow, and her Children by her late Husband, 2,826l.; of which to be continued, in Course, for her own and her said Childrens Subsistence, One Third; the rest transferred for the Benefit of her Children, which is 1,884 - -
To the Treasurers of the Adventurers for the additional Forces for Ireland by Sea, or to the Lord Forbes, &c. 1,704 17 4
To Wm. Sykes, with Interest 4,000 - -
To Philip Skippon, Field Marshal, with Interest 500 - -
To the Committee of Petitions, where Mr. John Goodwyn hath the Chair, for the Use of divers Scotts Officers, with Interest 5,706 18
To Alderman Pennington 1,500 - -
To the Lady Viscountess Moore 1,000 - -
To the Lady Vere 1,000 - -
£. 24,685 15

Resolved, &c. That these several Sums following, that now stand charged upon the Grand Receipt of Goldsmiths Hall, to be discharged out of the particular Delinquents Compositions, be transferred upon Deans and Chapters Lands.

To Colonel Barton 1,395 19 2
To Colonel Mitton 1,897 - -
To the County of Lincoln 2,450 - -
To the reduced Officers 15,906 8 4
To the City of York 4,080 - -
To the County of Derby 2,450 - -
To Sir Wm. Lister Knight 500 - -
To the Lord Grey of Wark 1,069 10 -
To Sir Wm. Waller Knight 841 10 -
To Colonel Mitton, in case he hath received no Part thereof out of the growing Rents of the Delinquents Estates, or otherwise, since the said Sum was charged upon the Compositions of particular Delinquents at Goldsmiths Hall £. s. d.
5,000 - -
35,589 7 6
29,531 3 1
24,685 15
£. 89,806 5