State Papers, 1658
Receipts and disbursements, 1656-8

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'State Papers, 1658: Receipts and disbursements, 1656-8', A collection of the State Papers of John Thurloe, volume 7: March 1658 - May 1660 (1742), pp. 471-488. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=55684 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Receipts and disbursements, 1656–8

Receipts of moneys for the service of Flanders being from the 1st of November 1657, to the 1st of November 1658.

Vol. lxii. p. 53.

1657.l. s. d.
Novembris 28. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 29th day of October 1657, being for the payment of 500 l. to be disposed of for the use and service of the fort of Mardike500
Decembris 31. Mr. DowningReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 30th day of November 1657, being for the payment of 3000 l. to be disposed of for the use and service of the fort of Mardike250
Januarii 12. Mr. Stone 50 l. Mr. Lister 50 l. Mr. Downing 100 l. Mr. Brage 30 l.Received more out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.230
25. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.147 17
Februarii 25. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale bearing date the 30th day of 9ber 1657, being for the payment of 3000 for the service of the sort of Mardike50
Martii 17. Mr. DowningReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the said seale100
April 1. Mr. DowningRececeived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the said seale200
10. Mr. DowningReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the said seale160
17. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale94 10
27. Mr. DowningReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale50
Maij 15. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale40
22. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale953 7 4
27. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale120
Junii 3. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale380
3275 14 4
1658. Junii 10. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer in part of the said seale for 3000 l.148 10
16. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer being in full of the said seale for 3000 l.75 15 8
30. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer being in full of a privy seale bearing date the 16th day of June 1658, and is for payment of 300 l. to be distributed for the service of Flanders300
Julii 2. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 28th day of June 1658, being for the payment of 3000 l. to be disbursed of for the service of Flanders62814 4
8. Mr. BrageReceived out of his highness exchequer being in part of the aforesaid seale300
9. Mr. ListerReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the said seale of 3000 l.620
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the said seale of 3000 l.100
Julii 15. Mr. ListerReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the said seale of 3000 l.50
28. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer more upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.400
Ditto. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale of 3000 l.364 4
Augusti 4. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.197
18. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer being in full of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.340 1 8
Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 26th day of July 1658, for the payment of 3000 l. to be disposed for the service of Flanders the sume of117 3 10
26. Mr. StoneReceived out of the exchequer, being in part of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.576 6
Septembris 11. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.300
4517 15 6
30. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.453 1 6
Octobris 9. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer being in part of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.206 5
21. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer, being in part of the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.190 0 0
849 6 6
3275 14 4
4517 15 6
849 6 6
Sum totall is8642 16 4

Disbursements for the service of Flanders, being from the first day of November 1657, to the first day of November 1658.

Vol. lxii. p. 57.

1657.l. s.d.
Novembris 17.To John Standen and six other persons imployed as firemen in the service of the sort of Mardike for their respective services there39 12
21.To Mr. Nicholas Osburne being in part of a warrant bearing date the 19th day of 9ber 57, for the payment of 500 l. unto him for provisions by him delivered at Mardike for the use of the forces there200
Januarii 2.To captain Drake and lieutenant White for provisions delivered by them at Mardike71 15
To captain John Taylor being in part of a warrant bearing date the 23d of November 57, and is for the payment of 500 l. unto him upon account for paying of the workmen, and buying materialls for the service of Mardike250
Januarii 2.To captain Taylor more being in full of the aforesaid warrant for 500 l.250
14.To Mr. Thomas Waite for provisions by him delivered at Mardike230
27.To Nicholas Hodgson for coales delivered by him at Mardike and demorage of his ship there12717
28.To captain Daniel Johnson appointed keeper of the stores in the fort of Mardike, being advanced to him upon the said service20
Februarii 25.To money disbursed more than received, as appears by page the first31 7
Ditto.To Mr. Reed received being in part of a warrant bearing date the 27th day of November 1657, and is for the payment of 196 l. 6 s. unto him for several goods by him delivered at Mardike, and for demorage of his ship there50
1658. Aprilis 14.To Mr. Richard Hutchinson treasurer of the navy, being for so much by him paid in part of satisfaction of a bill of the commissioners of the navy directed to him for the paying of 261 l. to Robert Seaman, for defraying the charges of quartering some soldiers at Harwich, sent thither from Mardike100
Ditto.To Mr. Edward Merryweather, assignee of Mr. Nathaniell, being in part of a warrant bearing date the 11th day of March 1657, and is for the payment of 384 l. 12 s. 6 d. to him for the quartering and dyett of 363 sick soldiers at Dover, which were sent thither from Mardike, which was paid at 3 severall payments as by the warrant and receipts thereon appears300
20.To Mr. Yoakly being for my demorage of his ship at Mardike laden with provisions94 10
27.To captain Daniel Johnson, store keeper in Mardike, upon account of his allowance for that service50
Maii 15.To Mr. Righton, one of the preachers at Mardike, paid by way of advance40
20.To Mr. Shelve for provisions by him delivered at Mardike for the forces there60
22.To Mr. Osburn being in part of his warrant for 550 l. for provisions100
To Mr. Noell being for so much by him paid for 600 l. double bedds with canvas, quilt with bolsters, and sett ruggs at 22 s. per peice, provided for the use of the garrison of Mardike682 3
2697 4
24.To Mr. John Cresner of London, grocer, for provisions by him delivered at the fort of Mardike, being in part of his warrant for 780 l. dated the 14th day of November 1657280
26.To Mr. Thomas Puckle of London, merchant, for provision and coales by him delivered at Mardike, being in part of his warrant for 594 l. 12 s. dated the 10th of December 1657200
Junii 1.To Mr. Wood, for the use of William Chamberlaine, being for oates by him delivered at Mardike27 7 6
2.To Mr. Merryweather, being in full of what is due to Mr. Smith upon the warrant dated 11th of March, 1657–8.84 126
Ditto.To Mr. Nathan Noyes, one of the preachers at Mardike, paid by way of advance40
To Mr. William Gale, one of the preachers at Mardike, paid by way of advance40
4.To Mr. Thomas Puckle of London, merchant, for the use of major William Burton of Yarmouth, being in part of a warrant for the payment of 668 l. 19 s. 4 d. unto him, bearing date the 30th day of January 57–8, and is for provisions delivered at Mardike268 19 4
16.To Mr. Merryweather, for the use of Mr. Smith, mayor of Dover, being to be disposed of by him for the providing of necessaries for the sick and wounded souldiers which are sent to Dover out of Flanders200
2 and 16.To Mr. Merryweather, for the use of Mr. White, late mayor of Dover, being in part of 141 l. 9 s. due unto him for wheat straw sent to Mardike, and for freight and charges thereof, and of 30 horses and 8 carts sent thither, and for demorage, payable by a warrant bearing date the 11th of March 5759 13 2
23.To Thomas Browne for coales by him delivered at Mardike, paid by two warrants17 1
25.To Mr. Edward Cooke, for the use of the wounded men at Dover20
30.To Mr. William Williamson, being for the use of Sir William Lockhart, and by his direction300
Julii 1.To Edward Brooke, for the use of John Brooke, being for coales by him delivered at Mardike, and for demorage of his ship there110 16
5.To Mr. Jothain Hane, engineer, being one month's pay, furnished unto him by way of advance, upon occasion of his present repair to Dunquerque22 8
10.To Mr. John Cheny, for the use of Matthew Peeke, mayor of Sandwich, being for so much by him expended in providing for the sick men sent thither from Mardike200
10.Mr. Thamas Puckle of London, merchant, for the use of major William Burton of Yarmouth, being in full of a warrant for the payment of 668 l. 19 s. 4 d. unto him, bearing date the 30th day of January 57-8, and is for provisions delivered at Mardike ut supra.400
2260 17 6
10.To Mr. Merryweather, for the use of Mr. Nathaniel Smith, mayor of Dover, being for so much by him disbursed, providing for the sick soldiers sent thither out of Flanders300
Julii 10.To Mr. Merryweather, for the use of Mr. White, late mayor of Dover, being more paid him in part of 141 l. 9 s. due to him for goods sent to Mardike, 59 l. 13 s. 2 d. being paid already in part as abovesaid appeareth, and now more28 14
13.To Jacob Blackleeth, assignee of Gregory Reed, being more paid in part of the sume of 196 l. 6 s. due to the said Gregory Reed, for comodities by him delivered at Mardike, 50 l. being paid in part thereof as by page the 4th appears, and now more70
16.To Mr. Edward Basse being in part of a warrant for the payment of 95 l. unto him, for coales delivered at Mardike50
29.To collonel Robert Gibbon, being for and towards one months advance to captain Brodnox and captain Bretts troopes, being raised for the service of Flanders600
30.To Mr. Edward Basse more being in full of his warrant before-mentioned for 95 l.45
Augustii 5.To Edward Brooke, for the use of Robert Brooke, being in part of a warrant for the payment of 185 l. 8 s. unto him, which is due for coales delivered at Mardike, &c.119 4
7.To Mr. more being in part of his warrant for 550 l. for provisions50
18.To Mary Starland, executrix of Thomas Stirling, being for coales delivered at Mardike10
23.To Mr. John Raines being in part of a warrant for the payment of 85 l. 15 s. unto him, which is due for coales delivered at the fort of Mardike, for the use of the forces there57
Ditto.To Mr. Thomas Davall, being in part of a warrant for the payment of 116 l. 18 s. 9 d. which is due unto him for several provisions delivered at the sort of Mardike50
26.To major Bourne upon accompt of moneys by him disbursed for the affairs of Mardike500
28.To Jacob Blackleath, for the use of Gregory Reed, being in full of his warrant for 196 l. 6 s. due unto him for coales and other provisions by him delivered at Mardike76 6
1956 4 4
Septembris 7.To major Bourne being towards the discharge of his last accompt of disbursement for the service of Flanders300
Octobris 5.To Mr. Edward Merryweather, for the use of Mr. White of Dover, being in full of his warrant of 141 l. 9 s. due unto him for goods, and freight of goods, sent to Mardike53 1 6
9.To collonel Robert Gibbon, being for and towards one months advance to captain Brodnock and captain Bretts troopes being raised for the service of Flanders400
12.To major Bourne being in full discharge of his last accompt of disbursements for the affaires of Mardike606 5 0
21.To Mr. Samuel Lowe being so much advanced to him for the furnishing of him for his journey to Dunquirque, being appointed to be minister there50
Ditto.To William Stirman being for provisions delivered at Mardike for the use of the forces there390
30.To Mr. James Thurbane being for the defraying of the charges of providing necessaries for the sicke and wounded soldiers sent from Dunquirke to Sandwich200
1999 66
2697 4 0
2260 17
1956 4 4
1099 6 6
Sum totall is8913 12 4

Receipts of moneys for the service of Flanders, being from the 1st of November 1657, to the 1st of November 1658.

Vol. lxii. p. 65.

1657.l. s. d.
Novembris 6. Mr. Downing's office 400 l. Lister 250 l.Received more out of his highness exchequer upon the above said privy seale, for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councill's contingencies.650
20. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the above-said privy seale, for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies.111
27. Mr. DowningReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the above-said seale, for 5000 l.200
Ditto. Mr. BrageReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 26th day of October 1657, being for the payment of 3896 l. 11 s. 1 d. to the use of the councills contingences, the sume of3321 11 1
Decembris 8. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid privy seale, for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies.130
10. Mr. Stone's officeReceived more out of the exchequer upon above-said seale for 5000 l.100
19. Mr. Downing's officeReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 5000 l.96
25. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 10th of June 1657, being for the 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies to the sume of100
24. Mr. Stone 800 l. Mr. Brag 200 l.Received out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 26th day of October 1657, is for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies1000
Januarii 1. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the said seale for 5000 l.600
2. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the said seale for 5000 l.400
9. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.49
19. Mr. Stone's office.Received out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seale bearing date the 10th of June 1657, and is for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sume of59 7
29. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seale bearing date the 14th day of May 1657, and for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sum of13 0
6829 18 1
1657–8. Jananuarii 25. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date 19 Januarii 1657, and is for the payment of 500 l. to the use of the councils contingencies500
30. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seale bearing date the 16th day of January 1657–8, and is for the payment of 2971 l. 10 s. to the use of the councils contingencies the sume of2971 10
Februarii 8. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer more upon the abovesaid seale for 3000 l.100
10. Mr. Stone 850 l. Mr. Lister 150 l.Received more out of his his highness exchequer upon the seale for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councils contingencies sume is1000
18. Mr. StoneReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the abovesaid seale for 3000 l.100
19. Mr. Lister 600 l. Mr. Stone 400 l.Received more out of his highness exchequer on the seale bearing date the 6th day of October 1657, being for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councils contingencies the sume of1000
25. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the above-said seale for 3000 l.127 0 7
Martii 3. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seale bearing date the 16th day of October 1657, being for the sum of 250 l. to the use of the councills contingencies250
5. Mr. BrageReceived out of his highness exchequer being in full of the seale bearing date the 26th day of October 1657, for the payment of 3896 l. 11 s. 1 d. to the use of the councills contingencies775
Ditto. Mr. BrageReceived out of his highness exchequer being in full of the seale bearing date the 14th day of May 1657, being for the payment of 600 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sum of400
Ditto. Mr. BrageReceived out of his highness exchequer in full of the seale bearing date the 14th day of May 1657, being for payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencys11 16
Ditto. Mr. BrageReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the seale bearing date the 10th day of June 1657, for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies442
6. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer being in full of the seale bearing date the 6th day of October 1657, for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies1000
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the seale bearing date the 19th day of January 1657, being for the payment of 603 l. 12 s. 7 d. for the use of the councills contingencies603 12 7
9280 19 2
1657–8. March 11. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the abovesaid seal for 3000 l.157 18 5
23. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the abovesaid seal for 3000 l.300
1658. April 3. Mr. Stone's officeReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seal bearing date the 10th day of June 1657, being for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies, and is in full of the said seal114 14
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived out of his highness office upon a privy seal bearing date the 10th day of April 1657, being for the payment of 1000 l. for the use of the councills contingencies, and is in part of the same762 10
27. Mr. Downing's office.Received out of his highness exchequer in part of the said seale bearing date the 31st of August 1657, being for the payment of 500 l. for the use of the councills contingencys75 7 3
Ditto.Received out of his highness exchequer in full of the seal dated the 27th day of August 1657, being for the payment of 1000 l. for the use of the councills contingencys300
Ditto.Received out of his highness exchequer in full of the said seal dated the 27th day of August 1657, being for the payment of 1000 l. to the use of the councills contingencys128 6
17. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer being in part of the seal dated the 16th day of April 1657, for the payment of 1000 l. to the use of the councills contingencys109 4
Maij 2. Mr. BraggReceived out of his highness exchequer in full of a privy seal bearing date the 29th day of March 1658, being for the payment of 403 l. 15 s. for the use of the councills contingencys503 15
21. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer being in full of a privy seal bearing date the 31st of August 1657, ordering the payment of 500 l. to the councills contingencies124 12 9
Ditto. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer in part of a privy seale bearing date the 29th day of March 1658, being for the payment of 1825 l. 14 s. 10 d. to the use of the councills contingencys500
Maij 25. Mr. BraggReceived out of his highness exchequer more in part of the aforesaid seale for 1825 l. 14 s. 10 d.400
Ditto. Mr. BraggReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 4th day of May 1658, for the payment of 400 l. to the use of the councills contingencys400
3876 7 5
27. Mr. StoneReceived out of his highness exchequer part of the aforesaid seal for 1825 l. 14 s. 10 d.300
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived out of the exchequer in part of the aforesaid seale 1825 l. 14 s. 10 d.100
29. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer in full of a privy seal bearing date the 10th day of April 1657, being for the payment of 535 l. for the use of the councills contingencies 200 l. being formerly paid as by page 15 appeareth now335
Junii 10. Mr. StoneReceived of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 21st day of May 1658, being for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the conncills contingencys269 2
23. Mr. Stone's officeReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 18th day of June 1658, being for the payment of 500 l. to the use of the councills contingencys500
26. Mr. Lister 300l. Mr. Stone 600l. Mr. Downing 600l.Received out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 4th day of May 1658, for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sum of1500
29. Mr. DowningReceived out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seal bearing date the 26th day of May 1658, being for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies100
Julii 8. Mr. BraggReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 3000 l.96 10
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 5000 l.400
28. Mr. Lister's officeReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 8th day of July 1658, being for the payment of 800 l. to the use of the councills contingencys800
Augusti 3. Mr. ListerReceived more out of his highness exchequer upon the privy seal bearing date the 4th day of May 1658, being for the payment of 5000 l. to the use of the councills contingencys500
4900 12
Julii 8. Mr. BrageReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 5000 l.100
Augusti 4. Mr. StoneReceived out of his majesty's exchequer upon the privy seale bearing date the 26th day of May 1658, being for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sum of30
12. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 3000 l.50
13. Mr. DowningReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 5000 l.500
20. Mr. StoneReceived more out of the exchequer being part of a privy seal bearing date the 4th day of May 1658, and is for the payment of 2719 l. 3 s. 4 d. to the use of the councills contingencies1500
26. Mr. DowningReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seale for 3000 l.300
27. Mr. DowningReceived more out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 3000 l.200
Septembris 1. Mr. BrageReceived out of the exchequer upon a seale dated the 23d of August 1658, for the payment of 5618 l. 1 s. 2 d. to the use of the councills contingencies5618 1 2
3. Mr. Downing's officeReceived more out of the exchequer upon the seal dated the 26th day of May 1658, being for the payment of 3000 l. to the councills contingencys50
Octobris 2. Mr. Bragg's officeReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 4th day of May 1658, which is for the payment of 500 l. to the use of the councills contingencys 3000 l. whereof being already received as by the accompt of the last year appears, and now more in the present for the same800
Ditto. Mr. DowningReceived out of the exchequer upon the aforesaid seal for 5000 l.200
8. Mr. ListerReceived out of his highness exchequer upon a privy seal bearing date the 26th of May 1658, which is for the payment of 3000 l. to the use of the councills contingencies the sum of 60 l. being in further part of the said seale 1097 l. 12 s. being received thereupon as by the last year's accompt appeareth60
9408 1 2
6829 18 1
9280 19 2
3876 7 5
4900 12
Sum total is34295 17 10

Disbursements to military services being all the sumes which have been paid to that use from the first day of November 1656, to the first day of November 1658.

Vol. lxii. p. 33.

1656–7.l. s.d.
Januarii 3.To captain John Nicholls, being for so much by him disbursed upon the reducing of some forces raised by order from his highness dated 5 Martii 1654178 146
1657. Maii 16.To Sir John Reynolds, Knt. commander in chief of the forces sent into France, being so much advanced to him upon accompt of his personall pay500
25.To Sir Mathew Whittingham, assignee of collonell Lillington, which is to be disbursed by the said collonell to the officers and soldiers of his regiment therein concerned, being one of the regiments sent into France255
Junii 26.To Mr. Thomas Greene, sometime mayor of Lynne, being for so much by him disbursed in the building of a guard house in the said town, and furnishing the guards with fire and candles from the 11th day of March 54, to the 13th day of June 165529 12 5
27.To William Jessop, Esq; being paid by him to doctor French, physitian to the forces under the command of Sir John Reynolds, his acquittance for the same, bearing date the 9th day of May last, the money but now paid50
Julii 9.To doctor French, phisitian to the forces sent over into France, being so much advanced on accompt of his personall pay50
30.To Mr. Martin Noell, being by him expended in the buying of severall provisions particularised in an account annexed to the warrant1066 14 2
Ditto.To him more for so much paid to major-generall Morgan200
Septembris 18.To Thomas Luddington, being in part of a warrant from his highness bearing date the 20th day of August last, and is for the payment of 1000 l. unto him for provisions sent into France for the use of the forces there comanded by Sir John Reynolds, Knt.700
Sum totall is3030 1 1

Disbursements to several pensioners, being from the first day of November 1657, to the first day of November 1658.

Vol. lxii. p. 37.

1657.l. s. d.
Novembris 6.To Mr. Samuel Hartlib for half a year's salary due unto him the 24th of June last, being for his expences and care in some publick services50
To the lord president Lawrence, being for half a year's allowance as lord president, grown due from the 9th of May to the 9th 9ber instant600
To the lord Sinclare, being for 15 weeks pension of 40 s. per week, allowed him by his highness privy counsell for his subsistance, and is due unto him from the 31st of July 57, to the 13th 9bre 165730
21.To the lord Spiney for 18 weeks pension of 40 s. per week, allowed him by his highness privy councill for his subsistance, and is due unto him from the 26th day of July 1657, to the 28th 9bris 165636
To lieutenant-colonel John Rosworme being for one quarter's salary as engineer-generall at 10 s. per diem, 2 Maii passat. and ending the 1st of August inclus.45 10
Decembris 12.To Mr. William Riley being for half a year's salary due unto him for his imployment in the records in the Tower, from the 25th day of March 1657, to the 29th day of September last100
24.To lieutenant-colonel Rosworme being for one quarter's salary as engineer-generall, commencing 1 August exclusive, and ending 31 8bris passat. inclusive45 10
Martii 26.To Thomas Williams for half a year's salary due unto him from the 15th day of May 1657, to the 15th of November 1657, and is for printing the bills of mortality, and presenting them weekly to the councill by two warrants5
1658. Aprilis 3.To Mr. Samuel Hartlib for half a year's salary due unto him the 25th of December last, being for his industry and expences in several publick services50
8.To Mr. Hugh Peters being in full of a warrant bearing date the 30th day of October 1656, for the payment of 150l. to him 100l. thereof being paid unto him as by page the 12th appears, and now more50
Ditto.To Mr. Nathaniel Needham being in full of a warrant bearing date the 20th of December for the payment of 50 l. unto him, 35 l. whereof was paid unto him as by the 14th page of this book appears, and now15
Ditto.To Mr. Mauhomont Needham being for one year's salary due unto him 15th of November 1656, and was paid by three warrants100
Junii 11.To lieutenant collonel Rosworme employed as engineergeneral being for one quarter's salary for the same, being for one quarter's salary for the same, beginning 31 8bris, and ending the 30th of January inclusive, passato45 10
July 14.To William Williams being for one quarters salary due unto him from the 15th day of February last, and is for printing the bills of mortality, and presenting them to the councill2 10
Augustij 17.To Mr. William Ryley being in part of a warrant bearing date the 30th day of April 1658, and is for the payment of 100 l. unto him, for a half a year's salary for his employment in the records of the Tower, which was from the 29th day of 7ber to the 25th day of March last50
1225
August 31.To Mr. Peter Sterry, for the use of his brother Mr. Nathaniel Sterry, for so much due for his attendance one half year on the publique service100
Septembris 16.To Mr. Nicholas Lockier one of the preachers in Whitehall-chappell, being for half a year's salary for the same, and was due 29 7bris 1657100
Ditto.To the earl of Worcester for 52 weeks pension at 40s. per week, being from September the 24th to September the 25th 1658104
Ditto.To the lord Spiney for 80 weeks pension at 40 s. per week, being from November the 13th 1657, to the 7th of May 1658160
Ditto.To the lord Sinclare for 25 weeks pension at 40 s. per week, being from November the 13th 1657, to the 7th of May 165850
Ditto.To Mr. Allein of Weymouth, for one week's pension at 20 s. per week, being from the 28th day of September, to the 5th of October 16571
Ditto.To Robert Tatuall for 52 weeks pension at 10 s. per week, being from the 25th day of September 1657, to the 24th of September 165826
Ditto.To myself due upon a mistake of 20 s. entered short, which was paid to the said Robert Tatuall the last year, as by page the 22d of this book appears1
542
1225
542
Sum totall is1767

Disbursements in referrence to the government, being from the 1st day of November 1657, to the first day of November, 1658.

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1657.l. s. d.
Novembris 9.To the lord president Lawrence being for half a year's allowance as lord president, grown due from the 3th of May, to the 9th 9ber instant600
27.To Mr. James Wainwright, assignee of Mr. Gawen Hudson, being for the use of Richard Bradshaw, Esq; his highness resident at Hamburg, being in full of a warrant bearing date the 10th day of March 1656, for the payment of 400 l. to the said Hudson 200 l. whereof being paid 12 Junii passato, as by page the 14th appeares, and now more200
Ditto.To Mr. Martin Noell being for soe much by him disbursed to Thomas Symonds ship-master, for bringing the agent that came from Algier to Plymouth6
Ditto.To captain Compton being for defraying his journey into France15 11 1
Ditto.To Mr. Noell being for so much by him paid to Meadow upon account of his advance towards the defraying of the charges of his journey, being his highness envoy to the king of Denmark500
Ditto.To Mr. Noell more being for so much by him paid to Sir William Lockhart his highness ambassador to the king of France, upon account of his allowance of 100 l. per week, being from the 1st day of August, to the 24th day of September last800
Ditto.To Mr. Noell more being for so much by him paid to major-general Jephson for his advance towards defraying the charges of his journey, being his highness envoy to the king of Sweden500
Ditto.To Mr. Secretary Thurloe being in part of a warrant bearing date the 7th day of May 1657, and is for the payment of 600 l. unto him for the carrying on the business of intelligence200
Decembris 8.To Mr. Vaux for half a year's salary due unto him as house keeper in Whitehall, and is from the 15th day of August 1656, to the 15th day of February 1656–7, paid by two warrants75
30.To Mr. Symball, for the defraying of the charge of his journey into Scotland, being sent thither by his highness command30
Januarii 4.To the master of the barges, his assistant, and 25 watermen, being for one quarter's salary due unto them for the same 24 June 165750
5.To Thomas Priestly, keeper of Mr. Secretary's office, being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due 1 July 165792
6.To the porters, gardiners, and chappell-keepers, in Whitehall, being for one quarter of a year's salary, due unto them from the 15th of February to the 15th of May last72 10
9.To Mr. Isaac Dorislaus his highness sollicitor in the court of Admiralty, being from one quarter's salary for the same due the 7th of April50
3108 3 1
Januarii 9.To him more upon a warrant bearing date 8 Julii 1657, being for the payment of 50 l. unto him for another quarter's salary for the same service due the 7th of July 165725
Ditto.To doctor Walker his highness advocate in the court of Admiralty, being for half a year's salary from Xbris 1655, to June the 30th 165650
Ditto.To him more upon a warrant dated 31 July 1657, being for the payment of 100 l. unto him for a year's salary for the same service the 30th of Junii 165725
11.To Mr. Beale and the rest of the trumpetts employed at his highness inauguration49
12.To the officers of the councill for a quarter's salary grown due unto them from the 29th of March exclusive, to the 28th of June last inclusive1403 19 5
Ditto.To the serjeant at arms and his deputys for their quarters salary318 10
23.To Mr. Secretary Thurloe for the business of intelligence500
30.To Mr. Martin Noell being for so much by him paid to several of his highness publick ministers in foreign parts2971 10
Februarii 19.To Mrs. Pell, for the use of her husband Mr. John Pell, being in full of a warrant bearing date the 7th day of July 1657, for the payment of 250 l. unto her, 200 l. whereof was paid 27th 7ber passato, as by solio 22, and now 50 l.50
Ditto.To Mrs. Pell more, being in part of a warrant bearing date the 6th day of November 1657, and is for the payment of 250 l. unto her, for the use of her husband50
25.To Mr. Secretary Thurloe being in full of a warrant bearing date the 7th of May 1657, which for the payment of 600 l. unto himself for the business of intelligence, 200 l. whereof was paid 27th of November passato, as by folio the 28th appears, and now more400
Martii 4.To Mr. Kenersley upon accompt, being for the making of provisions for the furnishing of the other house of parliament and rooms adjacent200
5.To Mr. Martin Noell being for so much by him paid to Mr. Meadowe, his highness envoy to the king of Denmark, upon accompt of his allowance143
Ditto.To Mr. Noell more being for soe much by him paid ta Sir William Lockhart his highness ambassador to the king of France, upon accompt of his allowance of 100 l. per weeke, and is to the 16th of January last400
9.To doctor Walker his highness advocate in the court of admiralty being in full of warrant bearing date the 31st day of July 1657, which is for the payment of 100 l. unto him, 25 l. being paid to him page 30th, and now 75 l.75
Ditto.To Mr. Isaac Dorislaus, his highness sollicitor in the court of Admiralty, being in full of a warrant bearing date the 8th day of July 1657, and is for the payment of 50 l. unto him, 25 l. whereof being paid unto him, as by page the 30th appears, and now 25 l. more25
Ditto.To Mr. Dorislaus more, being for one quarter's salary as sollicitor in the court of Admiralty, and was due unto him the 7th day of October last50
Ditto.To the master of the barges, his assistant, and 25 watermen, being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due the 29th of September pass.50
11.To Mr. George Vaux being for half a year's salary due unto him as house-keeper in Whitehall, commencing the 15th of February 1656, and ending the 15th of August passat, by two warrants75
6860 19 5
1657 8. Martii 13.To Anthony Compton, Edward Titon, and Joshua Leadbeater, being to be disposed of by them, for defraying the charge of the entertainment given to the agent who came from Algier82 18 5
15.To the porters, gardiners, and chapple-keepers in Whitehall, being for one quarter's salary for the same, growing due from the 15th of May, to the 15th of August last72 10
23.To the servants of the councill for one quarter's salary due unto them for the same, commencing from June the 28th exclusive, and ending the 27th of September passato inclusive1403 19 5
Ditto.To the serjeant at arms, and his deputys, being for one quarter's salary for the same, commencing from June the 28th exclusive, and ending the 27th 7ber last inclusive318 10
Ditto.To the serjeant at arms, the messengers, the serjeant's deputys, Mr. Suitt, Mr. Nutt, and Mr. Owen the stationer, for the satisfying their several bills for journeys ridden, and goods delivered, to the use of the councill, as by the warrant particularly appears1631 13 8
Ditto.To the lord president Lawrence being for one quarter's allowance for the same due 9 folio passato300
26.To Thomas Priestly keeper of Mr. secretary's office being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due unto him the 1st day of October 16579 2
Aprilis 6.To Nathaniel Bacon, Esq; one of his highness masters of request, being for one quarter's salary for the same, ended the 29th 7bris 1656166 6 8
May 7.To Mr. Samuel Richardson, merchant, being for the use of Richard Bradshaw, Esq; his highness ambassador to the great duke of Muscovia, being in satisfaction of a bill of exchange for 500 l. drawn upon the councill, and was dated at the 20th of January 1657500
12.To Martin Noell, Esq; being for so much by him paid to major-generall Jephson upon accompt of his allowance as envoy extraordinary for his highness to the king of Sweden503 15
21.To Mr. Tobie Wickham, for the use of the lord viscount Fauconbridge, being so much advanced towards the defraying of the charge of his lordshipp's negotiation with the king of France400
Ditto.To Mr. Clement Kinersley being in full of his disbursements for the entertainment of the late Portugal ambassador, and for allowance made to several persons imployed as officers in that entertainment124 12 8
27.To the lord president of his highness privy councill being for one quarter's allowance for the same, due the 9th instant, payable by warrant of his highness dated the 19th of February 1655300
5813 7 10
1658. Maij 29.To Edward Rolt, Esq; being in full of a warrant bearing date the 4th day of April 1657, for the payment of 535 l. as so much resting due unto him upon accompt of his disbursements in his agency from his highness to the king of Sweden, 200 l. thereof being paid the 14th of July 1657, as by page the of this book appears and now335
Junii 11.To Mr. Strutt being for half a year's allowance from the 12th day of September, to the 12th day of March last, and is for the setting up of lights in the several passages of Whitehall6
Ditto.To Mr. Homersly in satifaction of a bill of disbursements made by him for provisions towards furnishing the lady Williams house for the reception of the Genoa, Spanish, &c. ambassadors29 12
12.To Mr. George Vaux being for one quarter's salary as house keeper in Whitehall, beginning the 15th day of August, and ending the 15th of November, passat.37 10
Ditto.To Mr. Ambro. Randolph, keeper of the paper office in Whitehall, being in part of a warrant the 30th day of September 1656, and is for the payment of 120 l. unto him upon account of salary for the same40
23.To Mr. Kinnersley being towards defraying the charge of the entertainment of the lord ambassador extraordinary of the French king500
Julii 7.To the officers of the councill for a quarter's salary grown due unto them from the 27th of September exclusive, to the 28th of December last inclusive, being in all 92 days1453 13 2
9.To the serjeant at arms attending his highness privy councill, and his deputys, being for their respective quarters salarys due to them ut supra31810
Ditto.To the porters, gardiners, and chapple-keepers, in Whitehall, being for one quarter's salary due unto them, beginning 15 Augusti, and ending 15 9bris passat.7710
10.To the master of the barges, his assistant, and 27 watermen, being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due unto them the 25th of December passat.52
12.To Thomas Priestly, keeper of Mr. Secretary's office, being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due unto him 1 Januarii passat.9 2
Ditto.To Mr. Isaac Dorislaus, his highness sollicitor in the court of Admiralty, being for one quarter's salary for the same, and was due 7 Januarii passat.50
Augusti 20.To Martin Noell, Esq; being in part of a warrant bearing date the 8th day of May 1658, and is for the payment of 2719 l. 3s. 4d. by him disbursed in answering several bills of exchange according to a privy seal in that behalf dated 4 May 16581500
26.To the lord president of his highness privy councill being for one quarter's allowance for the same due the 9th inst. payable by warrant of his highness dated 19 February 1658300
4708 17 2
Septembris 1.To Martin Noell, Esq; being for so much by him disbursed in paying of several bills of exchange, drawn upon him by several of his highness publick ministers abroad, all which are particularized in his highness warrant dated 28 July 16585058 1 2
Ditto.To Mr. Secretary Thurloe, being in part of a warrant bearing date the 22d day of March 1657, and is for payment of 600 l. unto him for the business of intelligence560
3.To Mr. Andrew Marwell being for one quarter's salary for attending the publick service, and was due Xbris 165750
Octobris 9.To Mr. Isaac Dorislaus, his highness sollicitor in the court of Admiralty, for one quarter's salary for the same, due unto him the 12th of April last50
Ditto.To Thomas Priestly, chamber-keeper at Mr. Secrecretary's office, being for one quarter's salary for the same, due unto him 1 Aprilis 16589 2
5727 3 2
3108 3 1
6860 19 5
5813 7 10
4708 17 2
Sum total is26218 10 8

Disbursements to severall uses being from the first day of November 1657, to the first day of November 1658.

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l. s. d.
1657. Decembris 12.To Mrs. Dorothy Worsley, relict of M. G. Worsley, being for so much by him disbursed in the seizing of the estate of William Toomes, felo de se15
22.To lieutenant-collonel Roger Fenwick being in part of a warrant from his highness privy councill bearing date the 29th day of Aprill 1657, for the payment of 100 l. unto him as a reward for his service in accompanying Mr. Rolt to the king of Sweden50
January 2.To Mr. Francis Clyne being towards the charge of designing two stories to be wroght in hangings by the tapistry men, by two warrants40
20.To John Wale, one of the warders of the Tower, being in satisfaction of his charges for keeping major Norwood and captain Dutton prisoners49 7
1657 8. Februarii 8.To Mr. Adam Hartman, and Mr. Paulus Cirillus, sent from the scattered protestant churches in Poland, being given for their present support50
25.To Thomas Whitton being for so much by him disbursed in making severall search upon severall ships in the rivers of Thames and Medway52 711
26.To the lady Williams being for one quarter's rent for her house in the Pallace-yard in Westminster, ready furnished, hired, and reserved, for the entertainment of ambassadors, which quarter was due 25 December 165675
1658. Aprilis 2.To the lady Williams being for half a year's rent for her house in the Pallace-yard in Westminster, ready furnished, hired, and reserved, for the entertainment of ambassadors, which halfe year was due unto her 24 June 57, by two warrants150
5.To severall officers attending the committee for trade being for one year's sallary due unto them for the same 27 Maii 57, as by warrant particularly appears280
Ditto.To Mr. William Fenwick, for the use of his brother lieutenant-collonell Roger Fenwick, being in full of a warrant bearing date the 29th of April 1657, for the payment of 100 l. unto him, 50 l. being paid unto him as by page the 30th appears, and now more50
811 14 11
Aprilis 15.To Thomeff Frank being in full discharge of a bill of charges for amending the chimney in the council chamber2 14 2
19.To Edward Dendie, Esq; serjeant at armes to the councill, being in satisfaction of his disbursements about his lodgings in Whitehall50
20.To Richard Clerke given him by the councill for his present support20
21.To Mr. William Carter, one of the executors of Mr. Francis Cleyn deceased, being in further part of the sum of 150 l. which is ordered to be paid for the designing of 2 stories by the tapestry men20
28.To John Patterson for the better enabling him to transport himself and his familly into Ireland20
29.To Lawrence Chislett being given him in respect of his present necessity10
Maii 25.To the lord viscount Fauconberge, by a warrant from his highness dated the 24th of May 1658400
26.To Mr. Embree to enable him to pay for a parcell of cedar-wood which was bought for the use of his highness400
Ditto.To him more upon accompt being towards the charge of erecting a place in Westminster-hall for the setting of the high court of justice100
27.To Mr. Kennersley upon accompt towards the charge of covering with red stuffe the place erected in Westminster-Hall for the high court of justice100
Junii 10.To Elizabeth Archbold, the wife of Henry Archbold, for the better transporting of her and her family to her husband at Jamaica20
14.To Mr. William Legg, late keeper of the wardrobe in Whitehall, being so much by him disbursed in buying and hiring of goods and furniture for accommodating severall publick services53 15 10
Julii 28.To Edward Cressett, Thomas Gorges, &c. commissioners for enquiring of false debentures, and to some others employed in the said service, as by warrant appears800
Augusti 4.To Mr. William Carter, being so much paid upon the accompt of tapestry-worke30
2026 10
811 14 11
Sum totall is2838 4 11