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'Declared Accounts: Army', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30: 1716 (1958), pp. CXXI-CLXVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=85259 Date accessed: 15 September 2014.


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DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GUARDS AND GARRISONS AND LAND FORCES.

PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 103 [E.351/103].

No Audit Office Roll.

Henry, Earl of Lincoln, Receiver and Paymaster General of the Guards, Garrisons and Forces.

17 October 1715 to 24 December 1716.

Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being his first Accomptnil
Receipts:
money had out of the Exchequer:
Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in full of 422,967l. 5s. 11d. for the year 1715; by Privy Seal of 29 Sept. 1714 and Royal Warrant of 27 Sept. 2 George I.
422,967511
ditto, in full of 249,500l. for subsistence and arrears of pay to the Land Forces; by the same Privy Seal and Royal Warrant of 23 Nov. 2 George I249,50000
ditto according to Establishments, etc.; by the same Privy Seal and Royal Warrant of 16 Dec. 2 George I50,00000
ditto, in full of 500,000l.; by the same Privy Seal and Royal Warrant of 25 Jan., 2 George I500,00000
ditto, in part of 749,098l. 19s.d.; by the same Privy Seal and Royal Warrant of 7 Feb. 2 George I492,72715
Easter term 2 & 3 George I in full of the same256,371310
ditto, in part of 270,980l. 4s. 5d.; by the same Privy Seal and Royal Warrant of 5 May 2 George I194,152122
Michaelmas term, 3 George I, in further part of the same1,58471
2,167,3034
money received from the Treasurer of the Navy and for Interest, etc.:
received from John Aislabie, late Treasurer of the Navy in part of 1,024,907l. 5s.d. appropriated by Parliament
31,588134
for interest on tallies and bank annuities, while in the Accomptants' hands for disposal14,84137
by profit of exchange on remittances to Minorca and Gibraltar2,97425
for the deduction of 4d. per diem out of the pay of each man of the Garrisons of Placentia and Annapolis Royal towards reimbursing the charge of their victualling, detailed3,014154
52,418148
Surcharge upon the Accomptant for respits of Lord Viscount Windsor's Regiment of Horse, of Brig. Preston's Regiment of Foot, of Brig. Grove's ditto, of Maj. Gen. Pearce's ditto, and of the Garrison of Fort William, detailed2653
deduction for the use of Officers' widows14,196910
total charge and receipts£2,233,94414
Discharge.£s.d.
pay of the General and Staff Officers; on the Establishment of 11 July 1715; 30 Sept. to 24 Dec. 1715; by Royal Warrant of 30 April 1717:
Col. Charles Churchill and Capt. Robert Read, Aides de Camp to the Captain General and Commander in Chief, at 10s. a day each
8600
Col. John Armstrong, Secretary to the Captain General; same rate4300
the Duke of Argyle, General and Commander in Chief in North Britain, at 4l. a day34400
James Cockburn, his Secretary, at 10s. a day4300
Henry Lumley, General of the Horse, and Thomas Erle, General of the Foot as Lieuts. General at 2l. a day each34400
Thomas Sydenham, their Secretary, at 10s. a day4300
Thomas Whetham, Maj. General, at 2l. a day17200
Joseph Whiteman, Brig. General, at 30s. a day12900
the Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster General, at 20s. a day8600
William Pultney, Secretary to the Forces; same rate8600
Michael Hide, Commissary General of the Musters, for himself, Deputies and Clerks; at 5l. 19s. 4d. a day51328
Sir Philip Meadows and James Bruce, Comptrollers of Army Accompts, at 4l. 2s.d. a day3538
James Astrey, their Secretary, at 16s.d. a day7013
Col. Medcalfe Grahame, Adjutant General, at 20s. a day8600
Col. John Armstrong, Quarter Master General; same rate8600
Col. Thomas Lascells, his Deputy, at 5s. a day21100
Col. Charles Dubourgay, Quarter Master General for North Britain, at 10s. a day4300
Edward Hughes, Judge Advocate General, at 20s. a day8600
Adam Smith, Clerk of the Courts Martial in North Britain, at 7s. 6d. a day3250
Sir Samuel Garth, Physician General, at 10s. a day4300
Alexander Inglis, Surgeon General; same rate4300
Benjamin Teale, Apothecary General; same rate4300
Charles Pinkney, Marshal to the Horse and Granadier Guards at 7s. a day3020
Hugh Warren, Surveyor of the Guards, at 2s. 6d. a day10150
Col. Jonas Watson, Fire Master to Granadiers, at 3s. a day12180
Charles Whiston, Messenger to the Secretary to the Forces, at 19¾d. a day71
Richard Pullin, Messenger to the Paymaster General; same rate71
Robert Mawgridge, Drum Major General; same rate71
Capt. John Fury, Provost Marshal General, at 5s. a day21100
three men attending the Judge Advocate at 1s. 6d. a day each1970
Thomas Murphy, Barrack Master to the Savoy, at 3s.d. a day1431
2,92619
ditto; on the Prince's Establishment of 30 Oct. 1716; 25 Dec. 1715 to 25 Dec. 1716; by Royal Warrant of 15 July 1717:
Col. Charles Churchill and Capt. Robert Read, Aides de Camp to the Captain General and Commander in Chief
36600
Col. John Armstrong, Secretary to the Captain General18300
the Duke of Argyle, General, at 1,200l. per an.; 25 Dec. 1715 to 29 June 1716 only616710
Thomas Erle and Henry Lumley, two other Generals; same rate2,40000
Thomas Sydenham, Secretary to the Generals, at 10s. a day18300
John, Earl of Stair, William, Lord Cadogan, Richard, Lord Cobham, Henry Withers, George Carpenter and Charles Wills, Lieuts. General, at 970l. per an. each5,82000
Joseph Sabine, Maj. General, at 485l. per an. (abating 112l. 5s.d. for his pay as Brigadier in Ireland to 31 March 1716 which is paid over to Lieut. General Macartney towards making up his pay as Lieut. General upon that Establishment)37214
William Tatton, William Evans, John Pepper, Joseph Wightman and George Wade, Majors General, at 485l. per an. each2,42500
Phineas Bowles, Brig. General at 365l. per an. (abating 112l. 5s.d. for his pay as Brig. General in Ireland received to 31 March 1716 which is paid over to Lieut. General Macartney as above)25214
Sir Charles Hotham, John Stewart, William Russell, Andrew Bissett, Thomas Stanwix, Humphrey Gore, Phillip Honywood, George Preston, Thomas Panton and James Dormer, Brigadiers General, at 365l. per an. each3,65000
the Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster General, at 20s. a day36600
William Pultney, Secretary to the Forces, same rate36600
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of the Musters, his Deputies and Clerks at 5l. 19s. 4d. a day2,183160
Sir Philip Meadows and James Bruce, Comptrollers of Accompts of the Army, at 4l. 2s.d. a day1,5042
James Astry, their Secretary, at 16s.d. a day, 25 Dec. 1715 to 15 Oct. 1716 only24356
Marmaduke Beating, succeeding him, to 24 Dec. 17165710
Col. Medcalfe Graham, Adjutant General, at 20s. a day, for the year ending the same time36600
Col. John Armstrong, Quarter Master General; same rate36600
Col. Thomas Lascells, his Deputy, at 10s. a day18300
Col. Charles Dubourgay, Quarter Master General for North Britain; same rate18300
Edward Hughes, Judge Advocate General, at 20s. a day36600
Adam Smith, Clerk of the Courts Martial in North Britain, at 7s. 6d. a day13750
Sir Samuel Garth, Physician General, at 10s. a day18300
Alexander Inglis, Surgeon General18300
Benjamin Teale, Apothecary General; same rate18300
Charles Pinckney, Marshal to the Horse Guards at 7s. a day; 25 Dec. 1715 to 16 Dec. 1716 only12560
Thomas Fazackerly succeeding him to 24 Dec. 17162160
Hugh Warren, Surveyor of the Guards, at 2s. 6d a day45150
Col. Jonas Watson, Firemaster to the Granadiers at 3s. a day54180
Charles Whiston, Messenger to the Secretary to the Forces at 1s.d. a day301
Peter Large, Messenger to the Paymaster General; same rate301
Robert Mawgridge, Drum Major General; same rate301
Capt. John Fury, Provost Marshal General at 5s. a day91100
three men attending the Judge Advocate General at 18d. a day each8270
Thomas Murphy, Barrack Master to the Savoy at 3s.d. a day603
George Macartney, on accompt of his pay as Lieut. General in Ireland, being so much deducted out of the pay of Maj. General Sabine and Brig. Bowles by Royal Warrant, dated 30 March 1717224117
23,9177
pay of the Regiments, 25 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716:
the King's First Troop of Horse Guards (John, Duke of Montague or his Assignee, William Burroughs; Officers, etc. and 160 private gentlemen; abating 30l. 10s. for a respit)
19,326168
the King's Second Troop of Horse Guards (Algernon, Earl of Hartford by Richard Eliner, his Assignee; the same)19,35768
the King's Third Troop of Horse Guards (George, Lord Newborough, by William Oakley, his Assignee; the same)19,35768
the King's Fourth Troop of Horse Guards (John, Earl of Dundonnald, by Sir Andrew Chadwick his Assignee; the same)19,35768
the First Troop of Granadier Guards (Richard, Lord Lumley, by Edmond Strudwick, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 145 private men)12,56808
the Second Troop of Granadier Guards (Henry, Earl de Lorraine, by George Middleton his Assignee; the same; abating 7l. 12s. 6d. for a respit)12,56082
the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards (John, Duke of Argyle and the Marquis of Winchester, by George Middleton, their Assignee; Officers, etc. and 378 private soldiers; including pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment, 25 Aug. to 24 Dec. 1716; abating 143l. 15s. saved by the broken muster of additional men to the respective days of raising and 626l. 17s. 8d. for respits)33,55310
the King's Regiment of Horse (General Henry Lumley by Edmond Strudwick, his Assignee, Officers, etc. and 360 private soldiers; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment, as above; abating 31l. 2s. 6d. saved as above)33,331162
Maj. General Wade's, late Lord Windsor's, Regiment of Horse (by Mr. Soull, their Assignee, Officers, etc. and 240 private soldiers; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment, as above, abating 238l. 17s. 6d. saved as above, and 38l. 2s. 6d. for respits)22,346178
Col. Thomas Pitt's Regiment of Horse (by Alexander Stephenson, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 472l. 15s. for respits)22,15128
The Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Richard, Viscount Cobham, by James Powell, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 240 private dragoons, including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 471l. 9s. 6d. for respits)14,519158
David, Earl of Portmore's Regiment of Dragoons (by Thomas Agnew, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above, abating 2d. not paid)14,99150
John, Earl of Stair's Regiment of Dragoons (by Thomas Agnew, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment; abating 96l. 11s. 8d. for respits and ½d. not paid)14,89413
Lieut. General George Carpenter's Regiment of Dragoons (by Nathaniel Carpenter his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating ½d. not paid)14,9915
Col. William Kerr's Regiment of Dragoons (by David Ogilvy his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 28l. 18s. for respits)14,96270
Col. Richard Molesworth's Regiment of Dragoons (by John Armfield his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 245l. 10s. 6d. for respits and ½d. not paid)14,74514
Maj. General Owen Wynn's Regiment of Dragoons (by Robert Mitchener, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 73l. 4s. for respits)14,91812
Brig. Phineas Bowles's Regiment of Dragoons (by A. Vezian, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 6l. 2s. for the respit of 61 days' pay for the hautboy of the Colonel's Troop)14,98532
Maj. General John Pepper's Regiment of Dragoons (or G. Pepper his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 507l. 16s. 6d. for respits)14,48388
Brig. Humphrey Gore's Regiment of Dragoons (by Wm. Gore his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 127l. 1s. 8d. for respits and ½d. not paid)14,8643
Brig. James Dormer's Regiment of Dragoons (by John Mulcaster, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 48l. 16s. for respits)14,94292
Col. William Stanhope's Regiment of Dragoons (by Samuel Bourne his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating ½d. not paid)14,9915
Col. William Newton's Regiment of Dragoons (by James Powell, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above)14,99152
Col. Charles Churchill's Regiment of Dragoons (by James Powell his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 6l. 2s. for respits)14,98532
Col. James Tyrrell's Regiment of Dragoons (by John Mulcaster his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 24l. 10s. for respits)14,966152
Brig. Richard Munden's Regiment of Dragoons (by T. Kemp his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 85l. 8s. for respits)14,905172
Brig. Philip Honeywood's Regiment of Dragoons (by Robert Gardner, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 29l. 19s. 10d. for respits, and ½d. not paid)14,9615
Sir Robert Rich, bt., for his Regiment of Dragoons (by Ni. Dering his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above, abating 286l. 3s. 10d. for respits)14,70514
Maj. General William Evans's Regiment of Dragoons (by James Powell, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 180 private dragoons; according to Establishment of 23 Feb. 1716/17 from the respective days of each Troop's embarkation and removal from the Establishment of Ireland to 24 Oct. 1715 and 25 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716; including the pay of five men a Troop short of Establishment as above; abating 10l. 17s. for Capt. Knox's Troop which only embarked 26 Oct. 1715)15,19766
the King's First Regiment of Foot Guards (the Duke of Marlborough by Theophilus Parsons his Assignee; Officers etc. and 1,680 private men of the 24 Companies, 240 grenadiers of the four Granadier Companies; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 178l. 1s. 6d. for respits with 129l. 4s. more for the pay of the Additional Serjeant, Corporal and 30 men to each Company raised between 26 Sept. and 25 Oct. 1715 not allowed in the preceding Accompt)60,78068
the King's Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards (William Lord Cadogan, or William Burroughs, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 1,120 private men in 16 Companies with two Companies of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 140 granadiers; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 7l. 12s. 6d. for respits; with 57l. 10s. 10d. for additional Officers etc. raised before 25 Oct. 1715)39,550196
the King's Third Regiment of Foot Guards (John, Earl of Dunmore, by Thomas Paterson his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Estabment as above; abating 57l. 2s. 4d. for respits; with 337l. 7s. 4d. for additional Officers and men raised before 25 Oct. 1715)39,78162
Col. Peircy Kirke's Regiment of Foot (or Robert Gardner his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 550 private soldiers with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 50 granadiers; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 79l. 6s. for respits; with 103l. 9s. 4d. for additional corporals, drummers and ten men added to each of the old Companies and for the additional Companies)16,35372
Lieut. General William Seymour's Regiment of Foot (by E. Williamson, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of 5 men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 145l. 16s. 8d. saved by broken musters)16,18372
Col. Roger Handasyde's Regiment of Foot (by David Debary, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 29l. saved as above and 511l. 7s. 8d. for respits)15,788162
Col. Richard Lucas's Regiment of Foot (by John Mulcaster, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 98l. 7s. for respits)16,2301610
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment of Foot (by Samuel Bourne, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above, abating 214l. 0s. 4d. for respits, with 126l. 18s. 4d. for such part of the two additional Companies as were raised before 25 Oct. 1715, not allowed in the preceding Accompt)16,242110
Brig. Alexander Grant's Regiment of Foot (by Thomas Paterson, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 53l. 17s. 8d. for respits)16,27562
Brig. Thomas Stanwix's Regiment of Foot (by Richard Brayne or Joseph Gascoigne, his Assignees; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 173l. 18s. 6d. for respits; with 83l. 9s. for such part of the additional Companies as were raised before 25 Oct. 1715, not allowed in the previous Accompt)16,238144
Col. Thomas Chudleigh's Regiment of Foot (by M. Soull, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 42l. 1s. for respits)16,287210
Col. Henry Harrison's Regiment of Foot (by Thomas Levet, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 88l. 9s. for respits)16,2401410
Brig. Henry Grove's Regiment of Foot (by Theophilus Parsons, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment)16,329310
Col. Charles Dubourgay's Regiment of Foot (or by his Assignees, Mayn. Guerin; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 57l. 19s. for respits; with 107l. 13s. 10d. for such part of the two additional Companies as were raised before 25 Oct. 1715, not allowed in the preceding Accompt)16,378188
Col. John Pocock's Regiment of Foot (by Daniel Combes, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 273l. 9s. 8d. for respits; with 49l. 19s. 8d. for part of the Additional Company raised before 25 Oct. 1715, as above)16,1051310
Maj. General Joseph Sabine's Regiment of Foot (by Charles Combe, his Assignee, the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 756l. 15s. for respits and 10s. short paid, with 31l. 10s. for such part of the old Companies and the two additional Companies raised before 25 Oct. 1715 as above)15,603810
Brig. George Preston's Regiment of Foot by Thomas Paterson, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 68l. 7s. saved by broken musters as above and 344l. 5s. 8d. for respits)15,916112
Col. John Fane's Regiment of Foot (by Thomas Paterson, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 81l. 5s. saved by broken musters as above and 417l. 14s. 4d. for respits)15,83046
Lieut. General Charles Wills's, late Lord Forfar's, Regiment of Foot (by Richard Elmer, Assignee of the late Earl and by Joseph Gascoigne, Assignee of Lieut. Gen. Wills; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above)16,329310
Lieut. General George Macartney's, late Lord Orrery's Regiment of Foot (by Robert Mitchener, the Earl's Assignee and Robert Gardner, Macartney's ditto; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 14l. 4s. 8d. for a respit)16,314192
Richard, Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Foot (by George Howard, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above)16,329310
Richard, Viscount Irwyn's Regiment of Foot (by M. Soull, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above)16,329310
Col. Edward Montague's Regiment of Foot (by Robert Gardner, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above)16,329310
Brig. Robert Stearne's Regiment of Foot (by Moses Leathe and Robert Packenham his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 451 private soldiers in eleven Companies with a Company of Granadiers comprising Officers etc. and 49 granadiers, including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 272l. 19s. saved by a broken muster as above and 134l. 4s. for respits)15,7941210
Maj. General Joseph Wightman's Regiment of Foot (by Nathaniel Carpenter, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 450 private soldiers in nine Companies with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 50 granadiers; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 400l. 11s. 4d. for respits)13,380172
Col. William Egerton's Regiment of Foot (by John Peirce, his Assignee; the same; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 386l. 6s. 8d. for respits)13,395110
Brig. Henry Moryson's Regiment of Foot (by Edmond Strudwick, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 324 private soldiers in nine Companies with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 36 private soldiers, from the respective dates of embarkation and removal from the Establishment of Ireland, 21 Oct. and 22 Oct. to 24 Oct. 1715 inclusive, thereafter the same as the preceding Regiment; including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 429l. 0s. 8d. for respits)13,43946
Col. Jasper Clayton's Regiment of Foot (by Strudwick as above; the same as the above, viz. on the old Establishment to 24 Oct. 1715 inclusive from the respective dates of embarkation and removal from the Establishment of Ireland and thereafter as for Egerton's Regiment, including the pay of five men a Company short of Establishment as above; abating 433l. 2s. for respits)13,43660
Col. Francis Alexander's Regiment of Foot in the Leeward Islands (by Nathaniel Carpenter, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 324 private soldiers in nine Companies with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers etc. and 36 granadiers; abating 858l. 11s. 6d. for respits)10,435116
Brig. Robert Hunter's four Independent Companies of Foot at New York (by Alexander Strahan his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 400 soldiers; abating 56l. 18s. 8d. for respits)8,24120
the four Independent Companies of Foot at Annapolis Royal (by John Mulcaster their Agent; Officers, etc. and 320 private soldiers; abating 979l. 7s. 4d. for respits)5,667120
the four Independent Companies of Foot at Placentia (by A. Vezian, their Agent; the same; abating 2,388l. 3s. for respits and 1,015l. 6s. 4d. for off-reckonings unpaid)3,243100
the two Independent Companies of Foot at Jamaica (by John Thurston and Alexander Sevensone, successively Agents; Officers, etc. and 200 soldiers, abating 213l. 4s. 8d. for respits)4,031172
Capt. Benjamin Bennett's Independent Company of Foot at Bermudas (by Thomas Bennett, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 50 soldiers; abating 146l. 14s. 8d. for respits)1,01358
Col. Alexander Campbell's Independent Company of Foot in North Britain (by G. Middleton, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 70 soldiers)1,5971310
Col. William Grant's Independent Company of Foot in North Britain (by Thomas Paterson his Assignee; the same)1,5971310
Capt. Robert Munroe, Independent Company of Foot in North Britain (by the same); the same; 25 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1715228410
the 28 Companies of Invalids (by Kingsmill Eyre, their Agent and Solicitor; Officers etc. and 1,400 private soldiers; including 61 days pay of one Company to 24 Dec. 1715 without Muster Rolls; abating 537l. 16s. for respits)28,18514
£s.d.
pay of the Garrisons:
Berwick and Holy Island
1,059011¾
Blackness77718
Calshot Castle16026
Carlisle405130
Chester50350
Cinque Ports1,85415
Dunbarton Castle77718
Edinburgh Castle2,0547
Gravesend and Tilbury Fort9536
Guernsey469140
Hull and the Blockhouse1,016611¾
Hurst Castle213100
Jersey469140
Landguard Fort405130
St. Maws22436
Pendennis34512
Plymouth and St. Nicholas Island2,4163
Portland Castle11786
Portsmouth1,56015
Sheerness1,04919
Scilly Island42700
Scarborough Castle617
Sterling1,7639
Tinmouth Castle and Clifford's Fort7953
the Tower of London3,91216
Upnor57690
Fort William7034
Windsor1,386199
North Yarmouth8580
Isle of Wight1,6207
St. James's Park16026
28,32717
pay of the Officers of the Garrisons of Annapolis Royal and Placentia, 25 Oct. 1715, to 24 Dec. 1716 inclusive:
Annapolis Royal (abating 12l. 4s. for a respit)
1,01416
Placentia (abating 432l. 5s.d. for respits)59414
1,609112
allowance for fire and candle to the Garrisons in Great Britain, detailed3,217134
allowance for ditto to the Garrisons at Annapolis Royal and Placentia (149l. 9s. each)298180
(total for the Guards and Garrisons in Great Britain and the Plantations, 1,154,647l. 14s.d.)
pay of the Officers of the Garrison and of the four Regiments of Foot in Minorca:
the Officers of the Garrisons:
John, Duke of Argyle, as Commander in Chief, at 4l. a day, to 29 June 1716
99600
Lieut. Gen. Carpenter, succeeding him, at 2l. a day, from 5 July 171634600
Col. Richard Kane, as Lieut. Governor,85400
Giles Erle, as Commissary General of the Stores and Provisions for himself and clerks85400
James Auchmuty, Chaplain to the Governor and Commander in Chief14268
Anthony Westcombe as Secretary to the Governor, etc., to 4 July 171612700
Joseph Micklethwaite, succeeding him86100
Anthony Westcomb, as Deputy Judge Advocate213100
Matthew King, as Captain of the Ports, to 26 July 171653150
John Hay, succeeding him, from 28 July 171637100
Richard White, as Provost Marshall8580
John Aledo, signal man2170
Fort St. Anne:
Joseph Sawle, as Fort Major
106150
William Campbell, as Adjutant6410
James Campbell, as Surgeon106150
John Rotron, as Surgeon's Mate, to 27 July 171634126
Robert Napier, succeeding him18150
Fort St. Philip:
Col. John Ligonier, as Lieut. Governor, to 18 June 1716
47600
George, Lord Forbes, succeeding him37800
Robert, Lord Blantyre, as Fort Major, to 24 Dec. 17151550
Maj. Thomas Cockrane, succeeding him91100
Alexander Campbell, as Adjutant6410
Colin Campbell, as Surgeon106150
James Scott, as Surgeon's Mate5376
(total for the Officers of the Garrison 5,333l. 3s. 8d.)
pay of the Regiments:
the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (Col. James O'Hara, by John Armfield, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 462 private soldiers in eleven Companies with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 50 granadiers; abating 151l. 1s. 0d. for respits)
14,90452
Col. Richard Phillips's Regiment of Foot (by Robert Gardner, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 462 private soldiers in eleven Companies with one Company of Granadiers comprising Officers, etc. and 50 granadiers; abating 146l. 8s. for respits)14,67412
Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham's Regiment of Foot (by Edmond Strudwick, his Assignee; the same; abating 157l. 15s. 4d. for respits)14,6621310
Lieut. Gen. Nicholas Sankey's Regiment of Foot (by Thomas Parr, his Assignee; the same; abating 146l. 8s. for respits)14,67412
64,24850
pay of the Officers of the Garrison and of the three Regiments of Foot at Gibraltar and for contingent charges there:
the Officers of the Garrison:
David, Earl of Portmore, as Governor, at 2l. a day
85400
Col. Ralph Congreve, as Lieut. Governor, to 9 Aug. 171629000
Col. Stanhope Cotton, succeeding him13700
Thomas Medlycott, as Commissary General of the Stores and Provisions640100
Alexander Chalmers, as Chaplain to the Governor and Commander in Chief14268
Alexander Urquhart, as Secretary to the Governor, etc.213100
John Beaver, as Deputy Judge Advocate and Commissary of the Musters213100
Lodowick Petrie, as Town Major106150
Capt. Hugh Montgomery, as Town Adjutant to 2 July 171637130
John Sidley, succeeding him2650
James Penman, as Surgeon Major, from 14 Nov. 1715203100
James Urquhart and Thomas Collins, [Surgeons'] Mates213100
Walter Burnet, as Provost Marshal, to 24 June 171648160
John Gilfoyle, succeeding him36120
Joseph Espinosa, as signal man2170
Edward Williamson, as Turnkey, to 24 Dec. 1715310
John Worthington, succeeding him1860
(total for the Officers of the Garrison 3,206l. 11s. 8d.)
pay of the Regiments:
Maj. Gen. Thomas Pearce's Regiment of Foot (by John Napper, his Assignee; Officers, etc. and 352 private soldiers in eleven Companies with one Company of Granadiers to complete, comprising Officers, etc. and 35 granadiers; abating 305l. for respits)
12,736510
Col. Stanhope Cotton's Regiment of Foot (by Joseph Gascoigne, his Assignee; the same; abating 158l. 12s. for respits)12,8821310
Lieut. Gen. Thomas Meredith's Regiment of Foot (by J. Leaves, his Assignee; the same; abating 215l. 10s. 8d. for respits)12,825152
contingencies:
John Lansdell, for coals at 5l. a chaldron
42000
42,07166
(total for the Garrisons, etc. of Minorca and Gibraltar 106,319l. 11s. 6d.)
payments out of respits, detailed:
Lieut. Gen. Thomas Meredith, for the Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards; George Middleton, agent to the said Regiment, for several Officers, named, of this Regiment; Col. Thomas Pitt (by Alexander Stevensone) for several private men of his Regiment of Horse; James Powell, agent to the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, for Major Wyvill and other Officers and dragoons; Thomas Agnew, agent of the Earl of Stair's Regiment of Dragoons, for dragoons and hautbois; Maj. Gen. John Pepper for several dragoons and a Chaplain of his Regiment; Thomas Kemp, agent to Brig. Munden's Regiment of Dragoons, for a Chaplain, for Capt. Lutton Lister, etc.; John Mulcaster, agent to Brig. Dormer's Regiment of Dragoons, for a Cornet; Nicholas Dering, agent to Sir Robert Rich's Regiment of Dragoons, for Lieut. Col. Fermor and others; William Gore, agent to Brig. Gore's Regiment of Dragoons, for a dragoon and several Officers; John Mulcaster, agent to Col. Tyrrell's Regiment of Dragoons and Col. Lucas's Regiment of Foot, for a Cornet and others; A. Vezian, agent to Brig. Bowls's Regiment of Dragoons, for hautboys of the Colonel's Troop; Theophilus Parsons, agent to the First Regiment of Foot Guards, for two Ensigns; the Lord Falkland of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, for three men of his Company and Col. George Howard of the same, for two men of his Company; Thomas Paterson, agent to the same, for the Chaplain and for Lieut. George Stewart; Samuel Bourne, agent to Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment of Foot, for an Ensign and others; Thomas Levett, agent to Col. Harrison's ditto, for Lieut. William Churchill and 16 men; Robert Mitchener, agent to the Earl of Orrery's ditto, for Lieut. Lawrence Drummond; J. Leaves, agent to Lieut. Gen. Meredyth's ditto, for a Lieutenant and several private men; John Napper, agent to Maj. Gen. Pierce's ditto, for Capt. Giles and several private men; Joseph Gascoigne, agent to Col. Cotton's ditto, for several private men; Charles Combe, agent to Maj. Gen. Sabine's ditto, for several Officers and men; Thomas Patterson, agent to Brig. Preston's ditto, for the like; the same, as agent to Col. Fane's ditto, for the Lieut. Colonel as Lieut. Colonel and Captain and of Ensign Samuel Watts; Robert Pakenham, agent to Brig. Stearne's ditto, for the Chaplain; Daniel Combes, agent to Col. Pocock's ditto, for the Quartermaster, the Chaplain and others; Joseph Gascoyne, agent for Brig. Stanwix's ditto, for several officers; Edmund Strudwick, agent to Brig. Morryson's ditto, for the Quartermaster and several private men; John Peirce, agent to Col. Egerton's ditto, for the like; Nathaniel Carpenter, agent to Maj. Gen. Wightman's ditto, for the like; Edmund Strudwick, agent to Col. Clayton's ditto, for the like; Col. Charles Dubourgay, for Ensign John Boitoux in his ditto; D. Debarry, agent to Col. Handasyde's ditto, for several Commissioned Officers and private men; Nathaniel Carpenter, agent to Col. Alexander's ditto, for the like; Kingsmill Eyre, agent to the 28 Companies of Invalids, for the Surgeon, Lieut. Robert Cunningham, Major Bettesworth, Major Handesford and his Ensign and several private men; Capt. Thomas Hyde, for men of his Company of Invalids; Lieut. Thomas More and J. Thurston, agents to the two Independent Companies of Foot at Jamaica, for the said Lieutenant; Alexander Stevenson, agent to the said Companies, for Charles Crossly, Surgeon and several private men; Sir James Campbell, bt. (by George Middleton), for his pay as Captain of a Company of Foot in Sterling Castle; John Mulcaster, agent to the Garrison and four Independent Companies of Foot at Annapolis Royal, for his allowance of 40l. per an., and for a respit for widows over the regulation; Charles Forman, late agent to the Garrison at Placentia; Anthony Vezian, agent to the same, for several Officers, etc. and for his allowance of 40l. per an.; Thomas Hodges, for his pay as Deputy Judge Advocate to the Garrison at Placentia
9,99124
pensions and allowances payable out of Contingencies, detailed:
Jeane Neuville de Montargyes, widow and executrix of Lieut. Col. Montargyes, 157l. 10s.; Col. Charles Salusbury, 250l.; Maj. William Cecill, 50l.; Capt. Edward Borret, 250l.; Lieut. Col. Jeffrey Gibbons, 250l.; Sir John Gibson 150l.; Anne, widow of Col. Babbington, 125l.; Anne Harris for her mother, herself and her sister as widow and children of Capt. Harris, 125l.; Capt. George Brown, 125l.; Margaret, Judith and Elizabeth Tichburne, 125l.; Capt. Thomas Hyde, 112l. 15s.; Lieut. Claudius Linderott, 112l. 15s.; Major John Rose, 50l.; Lieut. Henry Meoles, 45l. 2s.; Aron Darby, 112l. 15s.; Ensign Robert Cornelius, 45l. 2s.; Anne Morley, 6l. 9s.; Lieut. Morley, 27l. 7s. 6d.; John Shaw, Armourer, 25l.; Maj. Griffith May, 112l. 15s.; Lieut. Col. Gerrard Russell, 78l. 18s. 6d.; Maj. Edward Coney, 112l. 15s.; Maj. Tamworth Reresby, 62l. 10s.; Capt. Thomas Fitzgerald, 56l. 7s. 6d.; Lieut. Morgan Calahan, 45l. 2s.; Lieut. Samuel Antrim, 45l. 2s.; James Fanning, 56l. 7s. 6d.; William Gill, 50l.; the Lord Paston, 375l.; Brig. Mark Anthony Moncal, 225l.; Col. John Hamilton, 100l.; Lieut. Col. Charles Floyer, 187l. 10s.; Col. de la Bastide, 187l. 10s.; Maj. David Ovray, 125l.; Capt. Michael Owen, 125l.; Capt. Nicholas Masterson, 79l. 2s.; the Duke of Argyle, to complete his pay as General and Commander in Chief in North Britain with four Aides de Camp and Secretary, 15 Sept. 1715 to 1 March 1716 (fn. 1) at 7l. 10s. a day, 598l. 17s. 8d.; Lieut. Gen. George Carpenter as Lieut. General at 4l. a day with an Aide de Camp at 10s. a day, 14 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1715, 324l.; William, Lord Cadogan, to make up his pay as Lieut. General of the Forces in North Britain at 5l. 10s. including the pay of two Aides de Camp and Secretary, 1 Nov. 1715 to 31 May 1716, 907l. 19l. 10d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman, to complete his pay as Maj. General at 2l. 10s. a day, including the pay of his Aide de Camp, 10 Aug. 1715 to 1 June 1716, 324l. 10s.; Maj. Gen. William Evans, the like, 13 Sept, 1715 to 1 March 1715–16, 334l. 13s. 9d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Sabine, the like, 26 Dec. 1715 to 21 Aug. 1716, 282l. 2s. 6d.; Maj. Gen. George Wade, as Maj. General at 2l. a day with 10s. a day to his Aide de Camp, 8 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1715, 195l.; Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, the like, 31 Oct. to 24 Dec. 1715, 137l. 10s.; Maj. Gen. Thomas Whetham to complete his pay as Maj. General in North Britain at 2l. a day, 29 Aug. 1715 to 1 March 1715–16, 136l.; Maj. John Wynyarde as Aide de Camp to the same at 10s. a day, same time, 93l.; Brig. Henry Morryson, as Brig. General in North Britain at 30s. a day, 20 Nov. 1715 to 11 July 1716, 352l. 10s.; Brig. Alexander Grant, the like, 19 Aug. 1715 to 31 March 1716, 339l.; Brig. Thomas Stanwix, to complete the like pay, 22 Oct. to 31 May 1716, 175l. 10s.; Edward, Lord Hinchingbrook, Brig. James Crofts and Col. William Lloyd, for their allowance of 200l. each as Aides de Camp to the King, 25 Dec. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716, 600l.; Capt. Mungo Mathews and Capt. Robert Scott, as Majors of Brigade to the Duke of Argyle in North Britain, 29 Aug. 1715 to 31 March 1716, 216l.; Maj. John Bletchinden, for the like, 25 Dec. 1715 to 31 March 1716, 49l.; Capt. Thomas White, as Major of Brigade in North Britain, at 10s. a day, 11 Feb. 1715–16 to 29 April 1716, 39l. 10s.; Capt. Mungo Mathews, the like, 1 April to 29 April 1716, 14l. 10s.; Capt. James Bolton, as Major of Brigade to Brig. Cronstrome in the late Expedition to the Highlands, same rate, 24 March 1715–16 to 29 April 1716, 19l.; several persons detailed, their posts held before the Union, being supernumerary on the Establishment of Great Britain, viz. Col. George Somerville, Col. George Dowglas, Sir William Gordon, Sir William Hope, Capt. Walter Lockhart, William Stewart, George Preston, in all 1,372l. 19s.; Lieut, Gen. Charles Wills, for his allowance at 10s. a day as Captain of Foot, 5 Jan, 1715– 16 until a Company in his Regiment of Foot fall vacant, 177l. 10s., and as Maj. General at 2l. a day, 25 Dec. 1714 to 30 Oct. 1715, 620l.; James Lord Torphichen, as Lieut. Col. in Col. Kerr's Regiment of Dragoons without a Troop at Captain's Pay until a Troop fall vacant, 330l. 18s. 6d.; Mathew Stewart as a Major without a Troop, in the said Regiment, 330l. 18s. 6d.; Lieut. Francis Lindsey, Major of Edinboro' Castle, 18l.; Joseph Bonamy, Chaplain to the Island of Guernsey, to augment his pay to 6s. 8d. a day, 20l. 1s. 4d.; Brig. Richard Russell, as Second Major in the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 72l. 16s.; Col. James Scott, as ditto in the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, 72l. 16s.; the Surgeons of the three Regiments of Foot Guards, for their additional Mates, 183l.; Edward Hughes, Judge Advocate General of the Forces, 463l.; Col. Richard Molesworth, as of the Royal Bounty, for recruiting his Regiment of Dragoons, in consideration of their losses by horses killed and disabled and other expenses in their long marches in a very rigorous season in pursuit of the rebels taken prisoner at Preston, 600l.; Col. Charles Churchill, the like, 600l.; Richard, Lord Cobham, the like, 500l.; Major Charles Otway, Major to the Earl of Stair's Regiment of Dragoons, 500l.; Robert Munroe, named Governor of Inverness at the beginning of the Rebellion in Scotland, for his expense in equipping himself, etc., 300l.; Lieut. Col. Herbert Lawrence of Col. Mountague's Regiment of Foot, for services in North Britain and for having been sent express from the Duke of Argyle, 300l.; Maj. Herbert Jennings, the like, over and above 227l. 15s. paid to him in Queen Anne's reign, for his sufferings during his long imprisonment etc. on account of his early compliance with the Queen's Proclamation published in Spain for the Queen's subjects to quit the French service, 300l.; Col. John Cholmondley, for seizing 600 arms on board a vessel in North Britain, 200l.; Capt. Paul la Billiere for his need and wounds received in the late war, 200l.; Major Nicholas Fynboe, for having been two years on board the Fleet in the Baltic, 200l.; Jeffrey Saunders, for services upon the examination of Officers' widows before the Board of Chelsea Hospital, and of Half-pay Officers before the Board of General Officers, 200l.; Col. Edmond Turner, towards reimbursing his expenses on buying horses for the Second Troop of Granadier Guards, 100l.; Capt. John Mowatt, late Captain of a Company of Invalids at Sheerness, 100l.; Col. Adolphus Oughton, for a journey to Yorkshire in relation to the Dutch transports at Hull, 70l.; Lieut. John Russell, as of the Royal Bounty, for expenses in 1710, 60l.; John Pitt, late Commissary of the Musters, sent to Flanders in 1715, 60l.; John Verhaest, Deputy Waggon Master General of the Forces of the States General late in the King's service in North Britain, as of the Royal Bounty, 60l.; Col. Alexander Irwin, for expenses in going express to Gravesend, 50l.; Kingsmill Eyre, Secretary to the Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital, 50l.; Lieut. William Witherington of Maj. Gen. Wynn's Regiment of Dragoons, for expenses of coming express from Warrington to London, etc., 30l.; Cornet Rigby Molyneux of Brig. Dormer's Regiment of Dragoons, for a journey express from Lancaster to London, etc., 30l.; Capt. Neill Macleod of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, for disbursements in bringing Sir Richard Vivian, bt., into custody from Plymouth to London, 30l.; Ensign Richard Harris and Serjeant James Neilson of Brig. Preston's Regiment of Foot, as of the Royal Bounty, for coming express from Chester to London etc., 35l.; John Mulcaster, for attending the Commissioners to examine the claims of Officers' widows, 25l.; Christian Walsh, of the Royal Bounty, for her sufferings by divers wounds received in following, for several years in the late War, the Royal Regiment of North British Dragoons, 21l. 10s.; Lieut. Col. Phineas Bowles, to be paid to the apprehender of Henry Dennison, deserter from Lieut. Col. Pearson's Troop in Maj. Gen. Wynn's Regiment of Dragoons, 20l.; Lieut. Roger MacManus, as of the Royal Bounty, for hardship in being removed from Maj. Gen. Sabine's Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers, 20l.; Richard Arnold, for coach-hire etc. in attending the Court at Kensington upon the Queen's illness, etc., 57l. 1s. 9d.; John Mulcaster, for contingent disbursements of the Office of Secretary at War, 275l. 4s. 7d.; John Merrill, ditto, 1,043l. 17s.d.; William Pultney, for 1¼ years rent of a house allowed him as Secretary at War, 250l.; Sir Phillip Meadows and James Bruce, for contingent charges of their office as Comptrollers of Army Accompts, 1,125l.; Michael Hyde, Commissary General, for postage etc. 56l. 10s.; Edward Burt, for expenses of the Judge Advocate's office, 175l. 2s. 10d., and for going express to Preston for the trial of several Half-pay Officers among the Rebels, 29l. 10s.; Martin Killegrew, for the rent of Castle Hill alias Pendennis, co. Cornwall, for 1¼ years, 250l.; the Colonels of the four Troops of Horse Guards and two of the Granadier Guards, for the charges of their encampments in Hyde Park, 1,620l.; Brig. Richard Russell, for expenses of the First Regiment of Foot Guards in Hyde Park and at Hampton Court, 933l. 4s.d.; Col. Adolphus Oughton, for the like for the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 631l. 19l. 10¼d.; Thomas Paterson and Col. James Scott, for the like of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, 628l. 19s. 10¼d.; Brig. Richard Russell, for necessaries for the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 300l. 8s.; Col. Adolphus Oughton, for the like for the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 148l. 14s.; William, Lord Cadogan, for colours and clothing for the hautbois, etc. of the said Regiment, 520l.; Capt. John Parsons, Quarter Master to the said Regiment, for expenses and repairs to Guard houses at St. James's and the Tilt Yard, 72l. 18s. 3d.; Lieut. Col. George Stewart, Quarter Master to the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, for expenses of that Regiment quartered in Southwark, 53l. 13s. 7d.; several artificers and others, for works and repairs at the Horse and Foot Guards at Whitehall and St. James's from Xmas 1706 to Xmas 1715, in all 1,584l. 7s. 1d.; Thomas Murphy, Marshal to the Foot Guards, for necessaries for the Third Regiment of Foot Guards in the Savoy, 24 Sept. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716, 451l. 3s. 2d.; John Foss, Griffith Davies and Thomas Rogers, for coals and candles for the piquet guards at the Anchor in Hedge Lane, the Red Lyon Inn near Charing Cross and the George Inn in the Hay Market, 94l. 13s. 3d.; Lieut. Col. Jonas Watson, for fuzees for the Troops of Horse Guards, etc. at Whitehall and St. James's, 118l. 1s. 6d.; Robert Mann and William Day, for clothing, etc. for the Company of Invalids at Greenwich under Col. Bristow, 164l. 5s.; Somerset English, Housekeeper at Hampton Court, for fire and candle, etc. for the Company of Invalids there, 60l. 3s. 6d.; Gen. Henry Lumley, Governor of the Island of Jersey, for the like, for the four Companies of Invalids there, 173l. 10s.; Maj. Gen. Charles Trelawney, for the like for Col. Chudleigh's Regiment of Foot in Plymouth, 758l. 0s.d.; John Sibbit, for the like for the soldiers in Holy Island Castle, 10l. 2s.; Sir Robert Pollock, Governor of Fort William, for the Garrison and Regiment of Foot there, 543l., and for expenses in command of Troops in pursuit of the Rebels in the North Parts of Great Britain, 375l. 2s. 6d.; Maj. Gen. George Wade, for contingent charges when he commanded the Troops in the West, 268l. 10s.; Capt. Thomas Phillips, for service and expenses in the North during the Rebellion, 132l.; Col. Francis Byng, Major to the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, for going express to Colchester to assist the Mayor etc. in suppressing the Tumults there, 126l. 0s. 3d.; Capt William Taylor for disbursements, 35l.; James Paitfield and Joseph Como, for freight of two ships seized at Palermo by Capt. Cammock, Commander of a man of war to transport soldiers from Port Mahon to Great Britain (the Charles galley and the St. Thomas), 242l. 7s. 10d.; Ann Savage, for her late husband's horsehire, who went to Scotland to convoy money, 9l. 5s.; Thomas Brereton, for carrying to Edinburgh, 91,900l. in specie for payment of the Forces in North Britain 696l. 10s. 2d.; Joshua Milbourne and partner, for commission, etc. on money sent from Newcastle upon Tyne to North Britain, 141l. 17s. 5d.; William, Lord Cadogan, for expense in providing equipage for the campaign in Scotland, 962l. 7s. 2d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Whiteman, for expenses when he commanded the Forces in North Britain in the absence of the Duke of Argyle and Maj. Gen. Whetham, 888l. 11s. 6d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Sabine for the like, 495l. 10s.; John Forbes, for subsisting men raised in the County of Inverness, 1,412l. 7s.d.; Benjamin Teal, Apothecary General, for medicines for the Forces in North Britain, 125l.; John Knox, Surgeon of the Garrison of Edinburgh Castle for medicines, etc. for the Rebel Prisoners in custody there, 55l. 15s.; Patrick Crawford, Surgeon, for the like for the Prisoners in Sterling Castle, 32l. 15s. 10d.; Samuel Bourne, attorney to the Magistrates of Dunfermline, for providing with coal, candle and straw, etc. the Detachment sent by the Duke of Argyle to take possession of the town after the Rebels had deserted it, 33l. 13s. 7d.; Robert Wightman, for advancing 1,000l. to pay the Foreigners at 30s. per cent., 15l.; Col. Alexander Campbell, for subsistence of 500 men and the Officers, 850l.; John Campbell, for the like of 30 men to reinforce the Garrison of Dunbarton Castle, 45l.; persons (named) employed in the Hospital at Sterling, in all 67l. 13s.; ditto in the Hospital of Linlithgow 67l. 13s.; Gilbert Smith, mason, for two ovens in Edinburgh Castle, 22l.; Sir Robert Montgomery, for secret service, 43l.; Brig. Preston, for coals and candle for three extraordinary Guards in Edinburgh Castle, 15l. 5s.; Thomas Blackman, for providing oxen and driving the same with the Detachment that marched from Perth through the Highlands, 60l.; Sir Robert Anstruther for loss in providing 50,000 rations of hay and corn near Perth not required by reason of the Rebels precipitately abandoning the place, 500l.; Elizabeth Lyll, for bedding for Blackness Castle, 39l. 16s. 3d.; Capt. James Le Blanc, for subsistence of his party which marched from Edinburgh to Berwick to convoy money, 9l. 5s. 6d.; William Burroughs, for subsistence of Serjeant Baugh's party attending at Edinburgh to carry prisoners to London, 29l. 5s. and for intelligence and secret service, 3,000l., and for supply of straw for the soldiers in the Highlands, 70l., and for loss in providing provisions for the army marching from Sterling to Perth, 200l., and for taking under his care the horses summoned from the Country for the King's service, etc., 200l.; the Earl of Portmore for the Captains of the Regiment of North British Dragoons to recruit horses, 204l.; Col. William Kerr for the like for his Regiment of Dragoons 216l.; the Earl of Stairs, Lieut. Gen. Carpenter and Maj. Gen. Evans for the like for their Regiments of Dragoons, 1,344l.; Richard, Lord Cobham, for disbursements on the marches etc. of the King's Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 131l. 6s. 10d.; David, Earl of Portmore, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 216l. 13s. 3d.; John, Earl of Stair, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 239l. 10s. 11d.; Lieut. George Carpenter, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 173l. 1s. 1d.; Maj. Gen. Pepper, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 118l. 8s. 5d.; Maj. Gen. Owen Wynne, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 155l. 10s. 1d.; Maj. Gen. William Evans, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 109l. 17s.d.; Brig. Richard Munden, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 157l. 10s. 9d.; Brig. Philip Honywood, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 139l. 17s. 4d.; Brig. Phineas Bowles, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 66l. 18s.; Brig. James Dormer, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 125l. 2s.; Brig. Humphrey Gore, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 85l. 7s. 6d.; Sir Robert Rich, bt., for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 60l. 11s.; Col. William Newton, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 112l.; Col. William Stanhope, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 364l. 12s. 9d.; Col. William Kerr, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 184l. 10s.; Col. Charles Churchill, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 103l. 16s.; Col. Richard Molesworth, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 169l. 13s.; Col. James Tyrrell, for the like of his Regiment of Dragoons, 90l. 5s. 6d.; Lieut. Gen. William Seymour, for the like of the King's Regiment of Foot under his command, 71l. 15s.; Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 101l. 15s.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Sabine, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 133l. 10s. 6d.; Maj. Gen. Joseph Wightman, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 20l. 3s. 4d.; Brig. George Preston, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 183l.; Brig. Robert Stearne for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 91l. 10s.; Brig. Thomas Stanwix, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 237l. 9s.; Brig. Henry Grove, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 170l. 10s.; Richard, Lord Viscount Shannon, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 105l. 16s. 6d.; Sir Charles Hotham, bt., for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 229l. 6s. 6d.; Col. Thomas Chudleigh, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 263l. 2s. 6d.; Col. Charles Dubourgay, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 102l.; Col. John Pocock, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 148l. 1s.; Col. Richard Lucas, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 145l. 14s. 6d.; Col. Roger Handasyd, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 173l. 19s. 7d.; Col. Herbert Lawrence, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 180l. 18s. 3d.; Col. Henry Harrison, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 277l. 1s.; Col. Peircy Kirke, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 203l. 15s. 10d.; Col. John Fane, for the like of his Regiment of Foot, 150l. 16s.; Kingsmill Eyre, agent etc. to the 28 Companies of Invalids, for the like of the said Companies, 146l. 8s.; Capt. Gwyn Vaughan for the like of his Company of Invalids, 44l. 17s.; Gilbert Moore, Commissary of Provisions for the Forces in North Britain (detailed), 2,344l. 16s.d.; William Burroughs, Commissary General of Stores, etc. in North Britain, succeeding Gilbert Moor (details given), 18,715l. 15s. 5d.; several Regiments, detailed, for extraordinary expenses, 4,114l. 9s. 4d.; John Mulcaster agent, for transacting the affairs of the Rebel Prisoners, to be paid over to Lieut. Col. Solomon Rapin for the pay of several Officers appointed to take care of the Rebel Prisoners taken at Preston and for disbursements (detailed with names), 6,795l. 0s. 6d., Daniel Campbell, attorney to the Magistrates of the City of Glasgow, for charges of subsisting Rebel Prisoners, etc., 736l. 8s. 5d.; several persons, named, for charges relating to the demolition of Dunkirk 3,311l. 16s. 10½d.; Thomas Missing, Contractor for victualling the Garrison at Gibraltar, detailed, 18,468l. 17s. 11d.; payments out of the deduction of 4d. a day out of the pay of each man of the Garrisons at Placentia and Annapolis Royal, detailed, 3,014l. 15s. 4d.
106,2792
levy money detailed24,96200
(total for payments out of respits, for contingencies and for levy money 141,232l. 5s.d.)
£s.d.
money paid to the Dutch and Swiss Troops taken into the King's service:
for the pay of the General and Staff Officers (by Theodore Netsther, agent) of the 6,000 men taken into service, detailed without names
4,61530
the Dutch Regiment of Dismounted Dragoons (Col. S. Gravemore's)8,6859
Col. Rantzau's Regiment of Foot6,45418
Col. Weldren's Regiment of Foot6,59250
Col. Zoutland's Regiment of Foot6,5091611¼
Col. Cronstrom's Regiment of Foot6,61914
Col. Pallandt's Regiment of Foot7,547196
Col. Chambrier's Regiment of Swiss Foot7,79117
Col. Schmitz's Regiment of Swiss Foot7,865180
Col. Sterler's Regiment of Swiss Foot6,9031
Col. Mey's Regiment of Swiss Foot14,02413
payments for bounty and for contingencies and extraordinaries for the same, detailed17,775810½
the pay of the four Battalions of the Bishop of Munster's Troops and the two Battalions of the Duke of Saxe Gotha's Troops, detailed29,98654
131,37210
allowance to several Officers for full pay to 24 June 1716 and for half pay thereafter to 24 Dec. 1714; detailed without names:
Brig. Lepell's Regiment of Dragoons
2,217144
Lieut. Gen. Stanhope's ditto1,60060
Col. Bouchettier's ditto4,108154
Col. Foissac's ditto3,412146
Brig. Withers's ditto2,70544
Col. Desborde's ditto2,71436
Col. Magny's ditto3,243180
Col. Gually's ditto2,86594
Col. Sarlande's ditto3,06066
Sir Daniel Carrol's ditto3,616124
the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards168196
Marquiss d'Assa's Regiment41310
Earl of Stair's Regiment53410
Earl of Hyndford's Regiment15040
Col. Leigh's Regiment of Foot3,48820
Maj. Gen. Rooke's ditto3,775122
Col. Frank's ditto3,661140
Col. Maurice Nassau's ditto3,056184
Col. Kane's ditto3,817122
Col. Wynne's ditto2,02386
Col. Butler's ditto3,8111910
Col. William Stanhope's ditto3,21170
Sir Robert Rich's ditto2,988152
Sir Charles Hotham's ditto1,67200
the Lord Mark Kerr's ditto2,24562
Col. Stanwix's ditto2,352180
Col. Munden's ditto2,58140
Col. Clayton's ditto2,35050
Brig. Gore's ditto3,18096
Col. Tyrrell's ditto2,702310
Col. Dubourgay's ditto2,43968
Col. Nassau's ditto3,030132
Col. Price's ditto3,58942
Lord Slane's ditto3,510164
Col. Fielding's ditto3,762510
Col. Jones's ditto3,894198
Brig. Vezey's ditto4,17224
Col. Dalzell's ditto3,808102
Col. Mordaunt's ditto4,35080
Col. Molesworth's ditto3,17708
Maj. Gen. Elliot's ditto3,130192
Maj. Gen. Evans's ditto2,39304
Col. Pocock's ditto2,44968
Col. Newton's ditto1,7521010
Lord Galway's ditto1,96524
Lieut. Gen. Hamilton's ditto4,52618
the Royal Fuziliers87124
Lord North and Grey's Regiment of Foot27574
Earl of Orkney's Regiment of Foot1,21884
Brig. Morryson's ditto6751310
Earl of Barrymore's ditto681610
Lord Forfar's ditto51174
Earl of Orrery's ditto6896
Brig. Sutton's ditto7441410
Col. Hill's ditto41310
Col. Phillips's ditto2321210
Earl of Hertford's Regiment137138
Brig. Hans Hamilton's ditto87124
Brig. Stearn's ditto257104
Maj. Gen. Sabine's ditto339810
Maj. Gen. Primrose's ditto866180
the Second Regiment of Foot Guards4160
the Third ditto7520
Maj. Gen. Sibourg's Regiment71266
Col. Disney's ditto95154
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto89764
Col. Chudleigh's ditto706910
Col. Kirk's ditto7520
Lt. Gen. Seymour's ditto187150
Maj. Gen. Wightman's ditto383122
Brig. Bretton's ditto35730
Col. Handasyd's ditto1740
Col. Alexander's ditto58858
Col. Charles Churchill's ditto502152
Col. Goring's ditto25858
Lieut. Gen. Wills's Regiment of Marines329188
Brig. Borr's ditto400108
Lt. Gen. Holt's ditto4,049510
Lord Shannon's ditto3,65026
Commissaries of Musters938150
Officers in Second:
Col. Bouchettier's Regiment of Dragoons
1,05980
Col. Foissac's ditto1,426180
Brig. Withers's ditto1,858146
Col. Desbordes's ditto1,489110
Col. Magney's ditto1,99030
Sir Daniel Carroll's ditto31936
Col. Gually's ditto1,38226
Col. Sarlande's ditto1,63316
Lord Portmore's ditto112130
Lieut. Gen. Carpenter's ditto112130
Lord Cobham's ditto93176
Maj. Gen. Pepper's ditto93176
Maj. Gen. Wynn's ditto93176
Earl of Stair's ditto135190
Col. Kerr's ditto5200
Col. Kirk's Regiment of Foot1,23744
First Regiment of Foot Guards219010
Maj. Gen. Wightman's Regiment of Foot1,29816
Maj. Gen. Gorge's ditto1,60228
Lord Mark Kerr's ditto1,620182
Maj. Gen. Stewart's ditto931192
Col. Hill's ditto75100
Col. Leigh's ditto1,131112
Brig. Bowles's ditto508136
Lord Montjoy's ditto1,794146
Brig. Stanwix's ditto482410
Brig. Whetham's ditto54164
Brig. Dormer's ditto41120
Col. Wade's ditto7520
Col. Windress's ditto41120
Earl of Barrymore's ditto27574
Col. Harrison's ditto187150
Col. Disney's ditto38804
Maj. Gen. Newton's ditto681610
Invalid Officers1,18674
Officers en second at Annapolis Royal, Placentia and New York4,743160
Marquiss d'Assa's Dragoons22190
Earl of Galway's Regiment of Foot.8430
Officers paid by Warrant:
Col. Luke Keating, 293l. 16s.; Col. John Lapradelle, 226l.; Col. James Stewart, 192l. 2s.; Francis Gibson, Joslyn Mead and John Fitzpatrick, Lieut. Colonels, 576l. 6s.; Lieut. Col. Robert Read, 192l. 2s.; Lieut. Col. Henry Frankland, 347l. 13s.; Lieut. Col. William Wyndham, 248l. 12s.; Lieut. Col. Eliz. Burgess, 139l.; Maj. John Foley, 158l. 4s.; Maj. Patrick Gordon, 169l. 10s.; Maj. Hubert Jennings, 169l. 10s.; Maj. Nicholas Fynboe, 183l.; Capt. Patrick Ohara, 226l.; Capt. William Springall, 180l. 16s.; Charles Patterson, Charles Herle, Joseph Rooksby, Gaven Cleland, Zachary Phillips, Thomas Smith, William West, Matthew Adams, Henry Harris, William Hussey, Robert Wells, Peter Beauvoir, Charles Copsey, John De la Motts Blagny, Peter Lisle, and Lewis Armand, Captains, 1,806l.; Capt. Hubert Gould, 113l.; Capt. James Desmorenes, 101l. 14s.; Capt. William Taylor, 90l. 8s.; Capt. Peter D'Ausay, 98l. 5s.; Capt. Peter La Brissoniere, 106l. 15s.; George Gage (to make up his half pay of a reduced Lieutenant to that of a Captain), 125l. 14s. 8d.; Capt. James Rouviere, 61l. 12s.; Capt. Francis Seys, 24l.; Lieut. Thomas Russell, 113l.; Lieut. Joshua Wise, 52l. 14s. 8d.; Laughlin Mackintosh, Joseph Berry, Richard Brewer, William Cason, Edward Callendar, Stephen Gelot, Philip Reeves, Denham Billingsley, John Walker and Michael Fenwick, Lieutenants, 527l. 6s. 8d.; Lieut. Stephen Barbier, 97l. 18s. 8d.; Lieut. John Cunningham (to make up his pay as Adjutant to that of Major), 94l. 8s.; Hugh Pudsay, Waggon Master, 79l. 2s.; Thomas Manson and John Rogers, Ensigns, 82l. 17s. 4d.; Thomas Castle, Commissary of the Stores of War, 45l. 15s.; Lieut. John Kynnaston, 22l. 19s.; Capt. Alexander Mackdonald, 21s. 9s. 4d.; Lieut. John Hamilton, 17l. 17s.; Lieut. David Paget, 11l. 18s.; Lieut. Richard Burchett, 10l. 0s. 8d.; Capt. George Moore, 50l. 12s.; Capt. George Macartney, nil; Capt. Walsh, nil
7,057180
187,95574
money paid to the Bank of England for charges and damages in making and continuing several Loans for the service of the Forces, detailed16,98337
money paid over by way of imprest:
to James, Earl of Carnarvon, for arrears due to the Forces when he was Paymaster
252,51738
to John Howe, to be paid over to the Clothiers for off-reckonings and towards clearing the Guards and Garrisons, etc.124,1481211¾
to Thomas Moore to be paid over to the clothiers towards the offreckonings and towards the charge of Officers' servants in Minorca and Gibraltar28,17318
to Robert Walpole towards paying the Guards and Garrisons and Forces and for contingent charges while he was Paymaster30,00000
to John Hill, for the Transport Service and for transporting the Auxiliary Forces back to Holland6,146148
440,9869
money applicable to the support of Chelsea Hospital, charged on that Accompt24,136164
money paid out of the deductions made for the use of Officers' widows:
to Elizabeth Taylor, executrix of James Taylor, late Paymaster, and to John Merrill succeeding him
13,755410½
total payments and allowances£2,217,3893
and so remains16,55511
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested:
John, Duke of Argyle, for so much receive from the Commissioners of Excise in Scotland
10,00000
Capt. Alexander Urquhart, for the contingencies of the Garrison of Gibraltar74986
Lieut. Gen. Charles Wills, for bills of exchange drawn by him on this Accomptant538170
Brig. Lewis Petit towards his personal demands about the fortifications and Garrison of Port Mahon1,00000
the same, for the pay of the Officers etc. of the Artillery Train56700
12,85556
and so the Accomptant is Indebted3,7005

Declared 16 July 1720.

Auditor Foley's Memorandum.—He has examined the Accompts of each Regiment etc., the truth of which the Accomptant has attested. The Navy Treasurer is to be charged with 2,474l. 15s. 4d. received out of the deductions of 4d. per man per diem from the four Independent Companies of Foot at Annapolis Royal and Placentia.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY · CHELSEA HOSPITAL.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1469, ROLL 23 [A.O.1/1469/23].

Henry, Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster of the Royal Hospital near Chelsea.

17 October 1715 to 24 December 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being this Accomptant's first Accomptnil
Receipts: money received and detained for the usual deduction of poundage and one day's pay:
for the deduction of 1s. in the 1l. out of the payments for the Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces
67,2881410
for the deduction of 1s. in the 1l. out of full pay and of 6d. in the 1l. from reduced Officers8,5283
for the deduction of one day's pay in a year4,0491710¾
(total for deductions 79,866l. 15s.d.)
Voluntary charge: the money received from the legacy of the late Earl of Ranelagh for surtout coats40300
rent of ground belonging to the Royal Hospital (1½ years)13100
money received out of the Exchequer towards the support of the Hospital24,136164
total charge and receipts£104,4202
Discharge.
Salaries etc.:
Brig. Thomas Stanwix, Governor; 1¼ years to 24 Dec. 1716
62500
Col. Thomas Chudleigh, Lieut. Governor; same time25000
Richard Bettsworth, Major; same time187100
Dr. Emmanuel Langford, First Chaplain; same time12500
Dr. H. Bland, Second ditto; same time12500
Dr. John Smart, Physician; same time12500
James Fraser, Secretary, Xmas quarter, 1715, 25l.; to him at 80l. per an., and to Kingsmill Eyre, the acting Secretary, at 20l. per an., year to 24 Dec. 1716, 100l.12500
Robert Mann, Deputy Treasurer; 1¼ years to same time12500
Henry Wood, Comptroller; same time62100
Hugh Warren, Clerk of the Works; same time2500
Alexander Inglis, Surgeon; same time9150
Isaac Garnier, Apothecary; same time62100
Silvanus Tomkins, Adjutant; same time2500
William Hepburn, Surgeon's Mate; same time2500
Henry Pope, Wardrobe-keeper; same time2500
Cooks, bakers, butlers etc., detailed, with names1,311163
(total for salaries, etc., 3,315l. 11s. 3d.)
provisions etc., with names of suppliers7,9257
customary allowances to Military Officers and soldiers entertained at the Hospital; 1¼ years1,59006
William Day, for clothing1,4671
Alexander Inglis, for external medicines372810
Isaac Garnier, Apothecary, for internal medicines605145
Utresia Astley, for diet for the sick1400
sundry Invalids, for allowances whilst on furlough4416
Susan Harper, for turner's wares155166
James Gisburne, pewterer, for pewterer's wares481
Robert Seabrook, Thomas Ferrers, Thomas Kingsman and Joseph Hudson, upholsterers, for upholsterer's wares65012
Jeremiah Hancock, brazier, for brazier's wares617
Edward Borrel, charcoal man4000
William Day, bucket maker, for buckets11140
Richard Coles, enginekeeper6185
Charles Bush, tinman7168
John Freeman, cooper27170
John Astell, for coals46630
Edward Hatfield, for faggots4100
William Day, for clothing for the ‘patroles’36140
the same, for green cloth and lace440
Robert Atkins and Company, for linen4641310
Edward Castle, stationer, for stationer's wares531411½
Alexander Inglis, for so much paid the stewards of St. Thomas's and St. Bartholomew's Hospitals, for salivating several pensioners (part of 74l. 9s. 6d., of which only 30l. 15s. 4d. could be recovered)42156
Richard Brayn, Steward, for his salary5000
Kingsmill Eyre, acting Secretary, for his extraordinary services11256
Henry Wood, Comptroller, for an Additional Salary2500
Alexander Reid, for serving as Surgeon's Deputy for four years4000
the same, for assisting the Surgeon 10 March 1715–16 to 24 Dec. 171615173
Alice Kirkham, for her deceased husband's pension (which had been paid to one who ‘falaciously personated’ the said husband)1542
Elizabeth Raby, for her care of the Chambers at the Horse Guards5910
Gabriel Spender, porter, for his trouble at the examinations etc.400
Heathcote Parks, one of the patrole on the road between St. James's Park and the Hospital, wounded in the head whilst on duty230
several artificers for repairs, etc.2,371109
Thomas Brereton for fees etc.nil
(total for provisions etc., 16,733l. 13s.d.)
fees and allowances payable out of deductions:
£s.d.
Exchequer fees13,54510
this Accomptant, as Paymaster of the Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, for himself, his clerks, etc. (his own salary at 3,000l. per an., his under officers, etc. at 1,500l.; incidents at 600l. per an.; 17 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716; also for New Year's gifts, 556l. 1s. 8d.)6,620310
the same, as Treasurer of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea43500
Joseph Andrews, late Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Scotland54800
the same, for expenses512176
the same, for his service during the late Rebellion, etc.20000
William Willys, Deputy Paymaster in Minorca, 25 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716640100
John Conduit, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Gibraltar640100
William Pulteney, as Secretary at War, at 1,000l. per an. with 455l. per an. for his under-clerks1,818150
the same, for his additional allowance of 1,000l. per an.1,25000
Michael Hyde, Commissary General of Musters15000
Jeffry Saunders, for services20000
Thomas Foley, for the Auditor's fee for the Accompt of the Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, 17 Oct. 1715 to 24 Dec. 1716599135
the same, for auditing etc. this Accompt81134
27,2421310¼
pensions and rewards to Outpensioners:
several Invalid Non - Commissioned Officers and soldiers at 5d. per diem each
35,6031610
several like Invalids at 12d. per diem each1,078180
Alexander Strahan, agent to the four Independent Companies at New York, for twenty-one disabled pensioners remaining there at 5d. per diem each10655
for subsisting several Outpensioners quartered on alehouses499137
Robert Mann, Under-treasurer, for paying the quarters of the Invalid Outpensioners42120
the same, for stationery wares etc.10723
the same, for his extraordinary service in the late general payment of the two years pension to Outpensioners20000
Kingsmill Eyre, for advertisements relating to Outpensioners and the late examination of Officers' widows27174
funeral charges of 100 Outpensioners5000
37,71655
money paid out of the late Earl of Ranelagh's legacy for the annual distribution due 29 May 171659120
total payments and allowances£85,06715
and so this Accomptant is Indebted19,3526
Declared 21 August 1722.

Editor's Note.—See ‘The Royal Hospital, Chelsea’ by Capt. C. G. T. Dean, M.B.E. (Hutchison & Co. Ltd., 1950). For the inspection of 20 Jan 1712–13 to 18 April 1713 see op. cit. page 185; for improper admission of Outpensioners, pp. 188, 189; for the re-examination of 1715, page 192; for Robert Mann's appointment, page 193; and for the patrol between St. James's Palace and Chelsea, pp. 196, 197.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: GIBRALTAR: VICTUALLING ACCOUNT.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 183, ROLL 556 [A.O.1/183/556].

Thomas Missing, Contractor for Victualling the Garrison of Gibraltar.

1 June 1715 to 19 December 1725.

Charge.£s.d.
Money received of the Paymaster General for payment of a moiety of the provisions imported or for satisfying the cost of provisions lost in passage, and for answering a moiety of the monthly expense of victualling the Garrison of Gibraltar:
received of Robert (now Sir Robert) Walpole, late Paymaster General, 25 Oct. 1714 to 25 Oct. 1715
1,71210
received of Henry, Earl of Lincoln, late Paymaster General, 1 June 1715 to 15 May 172074,833187
received of Sir Robert Walpole, again Paymaster General, 11 June 1720 to 24 June 172118,4147
received of Charles, Lord Cornwallis, deceased, another Paymaster General, 25 June 1721 to 24 April 172211,084121
received of Sir Spencer Compton, Kt. of the Bath, the present Paymaster General, 15 March 1721–22 to 24 Dec. 172449,93816
and of the same, 31 Aug. 1724 to 1 Aug. 17256,84663
(total received as above 162,830l. 11s. 1d.)
value of provisions delivered to the Accomptant's agent at Gibraltar out of stores in the hands of John Conduit, late Commissary of Stores1,972231/8
money surcharged on the Accomptant17211
total charge and receipts£164,8191631/8
Discharge.£s.d.
the Value of Provisions issued within the time of this Accompt, at 3s.d. a man every seven days, for furnishing weekly to each man 7 lb. of biscuit, 2½ lb. of English beef, 1 lb. of pork, 4 pints of pease, 3 pints of oatmeal, 6 ounces of butter and 8 ounces of cheese (or a pint of wheat in lieu of 1 lb. of bread, a pint of sweet oil in lieu of 1 lb. butter or 2 lb. of cheese etc.):
for the charge of provisions as above to the Garrison, details given, including the Regiments of Foot, the Gunners etc., the Officers of the Ordnance, the Civil Officers of the Garrison, the Hospital, Spanish inhabitants and deserters, servants, etc., 1 June 1715 to 9 Sept. 1716 (sic for 1725), with an additional Regiment 9 Sept. 1725 to 19 Dec. 1725
155,07911
for the charge of victualling a detachment from Port Mahon 21 Oct. 1720 to 19 Dec. 1720 and 21 Oct. 1720 to 13 Feb. 1720–211,5871
for the charge of victualling several of the King's subjects ‘which casually put into the said Garrison’, sundry prisoners and others, detailed2,44712
159,114411
provisions consigned to Gibraltar but taken by the enemy (in the George galley taken by a Spanish man of war off Cape St. Mary's 6 April 1719 and in the Diligence pink taken by a Sallee rover 13 May 1720)5,07331
money paid for insurance of ships loaded with provisions and for other services:
for insurance
67700
to Edward Harley, for the Auditor's fee10000
77700
total payments and allowances£164,96480
and so the Accomptant is in surplusage1641187/8
Declared 13 June 1727.

Note.—For the Account of the Governor and Commander in Chief of the Gibraltar Garrison, 24 October 1714 to 24 December 1728, see Volume XXIX of this Calendar, p. cxxxiii.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: TRANSPORT SERVICE.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2309, ROLL 22 [A.O.1/2309/22].

John Hill, Receiver and Paymaster of the Transport Service.

8 July 1715 to 29 September 1716.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first Accomptnil
Receipts: money had out of the Exchequer:
Easter term, 1 & 2 George I, in part of 40,000l. to discharge the debt of transporting Land Forces; by Privy Seal of 19 Aug. 2 George I
2,55000
Michaelmas term, 2 George I, in further part of the same6,574132
(total from the Exchequer 9,124l. 13s. 2d.)
the value of South Sea Stock received of Thomas Micklethwaite, late Paymaster; by Treasury Warrant of 23 Aug. 17153,491161
money received of the Earl of Lincoln, Paymaster of the Forces; by Royal Sign Manual of 23 March 1715–16 and a Warrant of the Prince of Wales as Guardian of the Kingdom of 30 July 17166,146148
money received for 2,517l. 15s. 7d. of South Sea Stock sold2,55440
ditto for the Dividend of 3l. per cent. due on the said Stock at Midsummer 1715209100
ditto of sundry persons, named, for stores short returned, sold, etc., and for freight of salt1,21514
total charge and receipts£22,74212
Discharge.£s.d.
Money paid to several masters or owners of ships in full of the freight due in transporting Forces taken into the King's service to Holland from England and Scotland:
the Amity (William Watson, master) for transporting 388 men of the Dutch Forces from Harwich to Williamstadt
77120
the Ann and Elizabeth (John Hill, master) for transporting 189 ditto from Hull to Williamstadt70176
the Ann and Mary (John Watson, contractor) for transporting 172 ditto64100
the Blessing (Henry Pearson, master) for transporting 58 ditto and 58 horses from Hull to Williamstadt; also for 4 additional horses, the freight of 8 men and provisions (less for cask short returned)135140
the Crown'd Peace (Jacob De Winter, master) for transporting 330 ditto from Ostend to Yarmouth and thence to Leith156150
the Crow (Thomas Crow, master) for transporting from Gravesend to Williamstadt 260 ditto; and for 30 additional men and for victualling them61100
the Duncan (Charles Norman, master) for transporting 88 ditto from London to Williamstadt (abating 18d. for 7 gallons of beer short returned)27186
the Elizabeth (George Errington, master) for transporting from Gravesend to Williamstadt 320 ditto6400
the Eubonia (Thomas Christian, master) for transporting 200 men of the Regiment of May Switzer from Ostend to Yarmouth and thence to Leith in Scotland (abating 17l. 10s. for cable supplied and 6s. for cask short returned)7740
the Henry hoy (Henry Keeble, master) for freight to carry provisions and clothing to Leith for the use of the Dutch Forces and Switzers; and for coals and pilotage (abating 12l.)5546
the Industry (William Wilson, master) for transporting from Hull to Williamstadt 182 men of the said Forces6850
the John and Anne (Thomas Moulton, master) for transporting 153 men of the Dutch Forces from Hull to Williamstadt (abating 18d. for 7 gallons of beer short returned)5760
the Rising Sun (Thomas Dickson, master) for transporting from Hull to Williamstadt 153 ditto (abating 3s. for bread bags short returned)5746
the Richard and Mary (Thomas Harrison, master) for freight of 70 horses and riders from London to Williamstadt; and for 36 men and 60 ton of clothing15340
the Success (John Cock, master) for transporting 400 men of the said Forces from Harwich to Williamstadt8000
the Thomas and Mary (John Molton, master) for transporting from Hull to Williamstadt 159 ditto59126
the William (William Blacklock, master) for transporting from Hull to Williamstadt 84 men of the said Troops31100
1,29876
ditto to transport from England to Ireland, the West Indies etc., several detachments of the late Queen's and the present King's Forces:
the Wolfe (Richard Harle, master) to transport from Portsmouth or Plymouth to Kingsale in Ireland 180 men of the Royal Regiment of Foot, and for two days demurrage
8668
the Delight (John Otter, master) for transporting 25 men of Brig. Sutton's Regiment from Hull to the Thames650
the Elizabeth (Mortimer Murphy, master) for transporting 120 men from the Thames to Dublin5400
Col. William Lea, for transporting his Company in Sutton's Regiment from Landguard Fort to the Nore500
the Elizabeth and Mary (Thomas Read, master; burthen 242¾ tons) hired to transport Forces to Newfoundland 14 April 1713 to 28 June 1714 (deducting 145l. 13s. paid and abating 351l. 3s. 6d.)1,610410
the Elizabeth and Rachell (William Godfrey, master) for transporting 27 of the King's own horses from England to Holland; and for repairing stabling at sea and for freight of cask from Holland and for freight of stabling64130
the George gally (George Evans, master) for transporting from the Thames to Placentia provision for the Garrison30000
the Ormond (Robert Porter, master) for transporting 234 foot soldiers of Brig. Sutton's Regiment from the Thames to Kingsale in Ireland10560
the Rebecca (Lewis Frost, master) for transporting 410 men of the Royal Regiment of Foot from Portsmouth or Plymouth to Kingsale20500
the Reward (Andrew Broughton, owner; burthen 399 ton) employed in the Expedition to Canada 22 March 1710 to 6 November 1711 (deducting for sums paid and charge of a protest at Portsmouth)97476
George Tryer, for transporting Lieut. Gen. Webb's Regiment from Chester to Ireland1091611
the Robert and Thomas (John Frost, master; burthen 330 tons) for freight 14 April 1713 to 18 Aug. 1714 in transporting Forces to Newfoundland (deducting 198l. paid and abating 532l. 8s.)2,46400
the Tygar friggat (Peter Sanders, master; burthen 167¼ tons) for freight in the same service 14 May 1713 to 29th (written xxviiiith) June 1714 (deducting 100l. 7s. paid and abating 225l. 4s. 7d.)1,0251511
the Tygar gally (John Ruston, master; burthen 188¼ tons), in the same service 14 May 1713 to 10 Oct. 1714 (deducting 112l. 19s. paid and abating 317l. 10s. 3d.)1,474126
the Savage friggat (Lewis Frost, owner) for transporting 300 men of the Royal Regiment of Foot from Portsmouth to Kingsale; and for 6 days demurrage and for freight of 8 ton of clothing17700
the Ann (Thomas Lovell, master) for transporting 85 men of Brig. Sutton's Regiment from Hull to Tilbury Fort2500
8,68784
(total for hire of transport ships taken into service 9,985l. 15s. 10d.)
provisions bought up for subsisting the Forces in transportation etc.:
William Lea, for Cheshire cheese; William Harland and Company, for beer; Phillip Brown and Company, for oats etc.; William Streeke, for hay (including fine hay for the King's own horses); John Sheron and Company, for cask; John Hone, for stables etc.; George England at Yarmouth for provisions provided the Dutch Forces (bread, cheese, beer, butter, brandy, candles, cask, bread bags; carriage, pilotage, etc.); John Jones, Lieut. Governor of Hull, for the like (bread, biscuit, cheese, butter, beer, ale, candles, cask, bread bags etc.); Thomas Osborne, for straw for the Dutch Forces; Samuel Lucas, for ditto and for coals, wood, etc.; Thomas Colby, for disbursements for the Dutch Forces; John Walker, for wharfage; John Godwin, for piloting a Dutch ship; detailed
1,6465
money paid for transporting Forces from Ireland to Scotland:
£s.d.
George Macartney, for transporting Col. Evans's Regiment of Dragoons and Cols. Forfar's, Orrery's, Hill's and Egerton's Regiments of Foot20000
Maj. Richard Whitworth, for transporting Col. Pitt's Regiment of Horse from Dublin to Chester168100
Maj. Philip Finney, for money advanced by him for transporting Col. Windress's Regiment from Ireland to Great Britain6500
John Mackay, for transporting Brig. Preston's Regiment ditto6500
the same, for transporting Col. Clayton's and Morrison's Regiments to Scotland20000
the same, for transporting Maj. Gen. Wightman's Regiment10000
Lieut. Charles Comb, for transporting the Royal Regiment of Welsh Fuziliers6500
863100
salaries etc.:
Samuel Atkinson, Nicholas Roope and Thomas Colby, Managers of the Affairs of Transportation, at 400l. per an. each; Xmas 1714 to 9 April 1715
352120
Thomas Colby, as Sole Commissioner; 24 Oct. 1715 to 25 March 17162671810
John Hill, this Accomptant, at 500l. per an.; 15 Jan. 1714–15 to 25 March 1716719103
clerks, messengers, storekeeper etc., detailed58742
1,92753
contingent charges and disbursements, detailed1,2781411
(total for salaries and incidents 3,206l. 0s. 2d.)
money paid to the assigns of Thomas Brookes, master of the Greyhound to complete the freight of the said ship for transporting 100 men to New York anno 171355164
South Sea Stock sold2,517157
£18,2753
and so remains4,4678
whereof depending on sundry persons for money imprested to defray the charges of the Transport Service:
John Feild, correspondent at Hull, 205l. 7s. 6d.; Col. John Jones, Lieut. Governor of Hull, 72l. 12s. 2d.; John Crooke, Messenger of the Transport Office, 60l.; Richard Heath, Storekeeper of the Redhouse, 100l.
437198
and so this Accomptant is Indebted4,029810¼

Auditor's Memorandum.—Whereas the payments made have been made upon the Warrants or orders of the Commissioners for Transportation, the Commissioners remain accomptable for the disposal and expenditure of provisions bought, as also for the money issued, amounting to 18,590l. 3s.d., no accompts or vouchers having been exhibited.

Declared 6 August 1717.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS; ARMY: TRANSPORT: COMMISSIONER'S ACCOUNT: ARREARS ETC.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 2310, ROLL 25 [A.O.1/2310/25].

Sir Thomas Colby, bt., appointed as Commissioner to settle the Affairs of the Transport Office.

22 July 1715 to 17 December 1717.

Charge.£s.d.£s.d.
All money set in super etc. on any Agents or others in the service of the Transport Office:
upon the persons particularly named at the foot of the Final Accompt of Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope, late Commissioners for Transports, from 6 Feb. 1702–3 to 29 March 1704
10,52536
upon several persons for money imprested to them by John Nutin as Treasurer for Transports, 29 March 1704 to 29 Sept. 170524,1781111
upon the persons particularly named in the final Accompt of Charles Mason, another Treasurer, 18 Jan. 1707–8 to 19 April 170822,221100
upon the persons particularly named in the Final Accompt of Thomas Micklethwaite, another Treasurer, 29 Sept. 1714 to 8 July 171542,571611¼
and upon the persons particularly named in the Final Accompt of John Hill, the last Treasurer, 29 Sept. 1717 to 3 Jan. 1717–1888049
100,37617
several sums of money voluntarily owned to have been received by several Agents and others for old and decayed stores and provisions sold etc.:
Samuel Atkinson, a late Commissioner for Transports; money received of Col. John Hill for the transport of two horses and two Lieutenants from Harwich to Holland, 6l. 0s. 2d.; and of Daniel Sadler, Agent in Holland, 92l. 5s. 5d.
9857
Lancelot Stepney and John Goddard, Agents at Lisbon; money received of several merchants for freight of goods on homeward bound transports and for freight of corn carried in transport ships from the Mediterranean to Lisbon, 2,126l. 5s. 3d.; money produced by sale of the wreck of the Crown transport (Cornelius Garretson, master), forced on shore by a French privateer at Carcass bay, and for old stabling boards etc. and sea bedding spoiled 586l. 15s. 2d.; and for money surcharged on them, 1l. 0s.d.2,7141
John and James Arnold, Agents at Portsmouth; money produced by sale of unserviceable stores, etc., 400l. 19s. 3d.; and received of the Customs, as the bounty on corn shipped to Spain, 2,849l. 7s. 6d.3,25069
John Hackshaw and Company, Agents at Lisbon; money received on their Bill of Exchange drawn on the Commissioners and payable to Francis Collins in part of freight of salt shipped on homeward bound transports, etc.95185
Richard Darby, Agent at Lisbon; money received of Martin Tucker, Agent in Ireland, 47l. 10s. 6d. and for value of stores short returned, etc. 20l. 14s. 1d.6847
Thomas and George Tyrer, Agents at Liverpoole; for old stores sold, etc.4162
John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth; for wheat sold164176
Gilbert Wardlaw, Agent in the Mediterranean; the value of a pinnace, etc., 29l. 7s. 10d.; money received of Messrs. Stepney and Goddard, 139l. 9s. 2d.; and money surcharged on him, 24l. 13s. 10d. and 264l. 9s. 0d.4571910
Thomas Coats, Correspondent at Whitehaven; for old deals etc. sold7406
Nicholas Roope, a late Commissioner; money received for the transportation of 28 horses and 11 men from Harwich to Holland79170
7,41913
money paid to sundry Agents by the late Treasurers of Transports or by Richard Hampden, late Navy Treasurer, for money expended over and above the sums imprested to them:
Samuel Atkinson, a Commissioner for Transports, for the balance of his Accompt of disbursements, 26 Dec. 1703 to 24 Feb. 1703–4, 28l. 8s. 6d.; and for stores etc. bought up at Harwich in April 1706, 22l. 16s. 9d.; and for provisions bought, 19 March 1707–8 to 26 May 1708, 20l. 8s. 10d.
71141
Lancelot Stepney and John Goddard, Agents at Lisbon, for the balance due to them on their Accompt of freight paid to the masters of sundry transport ships etc., 9 Feb. 1703–4 to 16 Jan. 1712–131,0239
John and James Arnold, Agents at Portsmouth, for the balance of their Accompt of corn etc. bought in Spain etc., 26 Dec. 1705 to 23 Aug. 1706, 492l. 1s. 9d.; and for ditto of contingent expenses, 22 Aug. 1707 to 15 Nov. 1707, 134l. 0s. 7d.; and for ditto of corn etc. bought in Spain etc., 27 Dec. 1707 to 3 Feb. 1707–8, 164l. 14s. 8d.; and for ditto of contingent expenses, 31 Aug. 1710 to 1 April 1714, 52l. 3s. 11d.843011
Richard Darby, late Agent at Lisbon, for the balance of his Accompt of freight paid to the masters of several transport ships, and of provisions etc. bought in the year 1705149178
Thomas Colby, late a Commissioner for Transports, for the balance of his Accompt of hay, etc. bought for the Forces under Earl Rivers on board the Fleet in Torbay, 20 Aug. to 17 Oct. 1706112146
Gilbert Wardlaw, Agent for Transports attending the Fleet in the Mediterranean, for the balance of his Accompt of money paid for transport ships etc., 7 May 1707 to 9 Oct. 17091531811
Nicholas Roope, another Commissioner, for the balance of his Accompt of provisions bought for Forces etc. transported to Holland, 21 Feb. 1709–10 to 28 March 1710, 20l. 14s. 8d.; and for ditto 14 March 1711–12 to 19 May 1712, 68l. 4s.88188
2,44314
money charged on several Commissaries of Stores etc. for the value of stores and provisions and for money advanced on accompt of freight45,293139
money received for old stores sold62910
total charge and receipts£156,16385
Discharge.
Money issued and expended by several Agents and others, detailed:
Samuel Atkinson, a late Commissioner, for money expended upon going to Holland to despatch transport ships drove on shore there by a violent storm and on several journeys to Portsmouth and Harwich, 26 Dec. 1703 to 24 Feb. 1703–4; and for stores and provisions bought for the Forces sent from Harwich to Holland etc., 4 April 1706 to 12 May 1709; and for incident charges; and for money repaid to Thomas Micklethwait, late Treasurer
1,2247
Lancelot Stepney and John Goddard, Agents at Lisbon, for money paid in part of freight and paid to Gilbert Wardlaw; and for provisions bought; and for incident charges15,22182
John Arnold and James Arnold, Agents at Portsmouth, for stores and provisions bought; for incident charges; and for commission etc.; and for money repaid Thomas Micklethwait, late Treasurer37,28978
John Hackshaw and Company, Agents at Lisbon, for money paid to masters of transport ships for transporting recruits from Portsmouth; and for the Agents' commission1,26475
Richard Darby, deceased, late Agent at Lisbon, for money paid for hire and freight of ships for an expedition from Lisbon to Barcelona in 1705; and for provisions; and for incident charges; and for salary, etc.2,543110
Thomas Tyrer and George Tyrer, Agents at Liverpoole, for freight and demurrage of ships between England and Ireland in 1705 and in 1708 and 1709; for cost of stores and provisions bought up; for commission; and for money repaid John Hill, late Treasurer3,0771511½
John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth, for wheat bought up for the Forces in Spain; and for stores and provisions bought in 1705 and 1706 and in 1709; for his allowances; and for incident charges1,727175
Thomas Colby, now Sir Thomas Colby, bt., late a Commissioner, for money paid for provisions bought up for the Horse sent to Spain under Earl Rivers, while windbound in Torbay in 1706; and for incident charges1,42404
Gilbert Wardlaw, Agent with the Fleet in the Mediterranean, for money paid for the hire and demurrage of ships carrying horses to Spain; for stabling, etc.; for his own salary; for credit given for a pinnace sold to Capt. Trevanion of the York man of war; and for money paid to John Rouse, master of the Neptune by bill of exchange13,24629
Lieut. Gen. Sabine and Brig. Withers, for money disbursed for necessaries on board five transport ships to transport their respective Regiments from Northshields to Ostend in 1708177109
Thomas Coates, Correspondent at Whitehaven, for money paid for freight and demurrage of ships for transporting Forces between Ireland and Whitehaven; for provisions; and for other expenses1,636911
Andrew Liell, master of the Southwold transport ship, for the charge of building cabins for 80 men in 171012153
Lewis Frost, master of the Anne transport ship, Francis Rogers and Thomas Green for the charge of building cabins on the said ship and two other ships in 17108300
Nicholas Roope, a Commissioner for Transports, for stores and provisions bought up for the Forces transported from Harwich to Holland; for other expenses; and for incident expenses; 19 March 1709–10 to 19 May 171289268
Richard Heath, Storekeeper of the Red House at Deptford, for money allowed him in full of his bill for labourers' wages, 12 May 1712 to 30 Sept. 17137000
Thomas Bedell, late Accomptant to the Transport Office, in part of his perfect bill of 152l. 11s. 3d., settled and adjusted by the late Commissioners, for his disbursements and allowed in John Hill's Accompt to Michaelmas 171610000
Culverwell Needler, late Solicitor to the Transport Office, in part of ditto of 352l. 1s. 4d. settled by the late Commissioners, for managing law suits and allowed as above18000
John Crooke, Messenger, in part of ditto of 55l. 18s. 8d., settled as above, as money disbursed for office contingencies and allowed as above5000
the same, to money allowed for contingencies, 25 Dec. 1717 to 24 June 1719, being deducted from a bill of 74l. 1s. 9d. signed by the Navy Commissioners2000
Charles Cæsar, late Navy Treasurer, for money allowed in discharge of three imprests standing in super on Mr. Micklethwaite's final Accompt as Treasurer for Transports, as paid for freight of the Delicia Hospital Ship, charged in Mr. Cæsar's Accompt as late Navy Treasurer for the year to 30 Dec. 171388800
Sir James Abercrombie, for money paid for stores and provisions at Dunkirk and put on board the Richard of Yarmouth a transport ship appointed to carry dismounted Dragoons to Ireland in 1713 and for incident charges187100
John Field, Correspondent at Hull, for money allowed for hiring shipping to transport three Companies of Brig. Sutton's Regiment of Foot from Hull to the Thames in 1715576
Capt. John Jones, Lieut. Governor of Hull, for money allowed in part of his Accompt of stores bought up for the Swiss and Dutch Forces brought from Ostend to Scotland on occasion of the late Rebellion, amounting to 191l. 16s.d., the residue being allowed in Mr. Hill's Accompt to 29 Sept. 171672122
John Swaddle, Correspondent at Newcastle, for money paid for casks and bags for two Companies of Brig. Sutton's Regiment and for other charges 7 March 1714–15 to 11 April 1715500
(total of the above 81,399l. 0s. 11¾d.)
money allowed for the value of Stores accompted for at the Navy Office:
to Edward Cleevely, purser of the Panther, for 23 tons of cask and 454 iron hoops received from the William (Hugh Percy, master)
3470
money produced by the sale of old stores at the Redhouse, Deptford (Richard Heath, storekeeper) under Treasury Warrant of 28 July 172062910
total payments and allowances£82,062182
and so remains74,100103
against which depending:
money imprested to several Agents and others and set in super in the Final Accompt of Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope, late Managers, or in the Final Accompts of the several late Treasurers for Transports:
on Daniel Sadler, Agent in Holland, detailed:
£s.d.
in the Final Accompt of Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope 6 Feb. 1702–3 to 29 March 17047,35220
in the Accompt of John Nutin, late Treasurer, 29 March 1704 to 29 Sept. 170520000
in the Accompt of Charles Mason, late Treasurer, 18 Jan. 1707–8 to 19 April 17082,00000
9,55220
on Bartholomew Van Homrigh, Agent at Dublin, detailed:
in the said Final Accompt of Samuel Atkinson and Nicholas Roope
3,17316
on Martin Tucker, Agent in Ireland, detailed:
in the said Accompt of John Nutin
14,30000
in the said Accompt of John Mason1,20000
15,50000
on Capt. John Cooper, Commander of the St. Albans, detailed:
in the said Accompt of Charles Mason
5600
on Peter Hill, Correspondent at Falmouth:
in the Final Accompt of Thomas Micklethwaite, late Treasurer, 29 Sept. 1714 to 8 July 1715
56000
(total depending as above 28,841l. 3s. 6d.)
money remaining due and chargeable upon sundry Commissaries of Stores and others for Stores, provisions etc. received out of transport ships for which they have not accompted:
James Allen, Commissary of Stores at Alicant, for stores etc. received in 1706, detailed
125116
Thomas Castle, ditto in Spain, for provisions consigned by John and James Arnold, Philip Brown, John Thompson and John Addis, detailed5,176115
Brig. Richard Gorge, for wheat and stores received out of transport ships, being part of the stores bought up by John and James Arnold, Agents at Portsmouth, detailed3,12284
Messrs. George Henshaw and Scudamore, merchants at Genoa, for bran, hay, oats etc. received in July 1708193130
— Oliver, merchant at Genoa, for cask etc. received from 25 Genoese transport ships upon landing German troops in Catalonia in July 17081,55046
Brig. Lewis Petit, deceased, late Governor of St. Phillip's Castle, Minorca, for cask etc. received from the Swan frigatt and Rose in 170964686
Henry Vincent, Commissary of Provisions at Barcelona, for provisions etc. received in 1708 and 1709, consigned to him by John and James Arnold, Agents at Portsmouth, and others, detailed25,52615
Vincent Chabanes, deceased, late Commissary of Stores and Director of the Hospitals in Spain, for provisions etc., detailed, received in 1709 and 17102,2653
Roger Elliott, deceased, late Governor of Gibraltar, for wheat, etc. received out of the Phillip transport ship in 1709, detailed51214
39,11911
and depending on sundry Agents for the value of Stores and provisions for which they have not accompted:
Daniel Sadler, detailed
12751
John Wye, late his clerk, detailed4255
the late Commissioners for Sick and Hurt Seamen, for 70 sets of beds, pillows and blankets received by Pierce Griffith, late Surgeon to the Hospital at Port Mahon, in June 171110100
John Addis, Correspondent at Plymouth, for hammocks received from the Elizabeth and Jane in Feb. 1705400
18406
money due from several tradesmen for cast iron hoops etc., detailed, with names24114
ditto from Commanders and Pursers and others for deals, cabin stuff and other stores, detailed:
Samuel Burgland, master of the Hopewell smack; Charles Lownsdell, carpenter of the Berwick man of war; Daniel Stacey, carpenter to the bomb vessel Comett; Richard Gibson, Surgeon of the Hospital Ship Princess Ann; Thomas Anthony, carpenter of the Albemarle man of war; John Cleverley, carpenter of the Northumberland man of war; the Carcass bomb vessel; the Starr ditto; the Salamander ditto; the Furnace ditto; the Providence tender, Benjamin Parsons master; the Southampton ditto, Richard Banks master; the John and Jane ditto, Benjamin Joyce master; the Experiment man of war; the Lyon man of war; John Smith, Commander of the Deptford yacht; William Hosier, Storekeeper at Deptford; the Southampton galley; George Gordon of the Swallow's Prize said to be cast away and the stores lost; John Watkinson, steward of the Charles galley; William Beard, steward of the Colchester; Eneas McPherson, steward of the Yarmouth; John Gannicliff, steward of the Restoration; John Huxford, master gunner of the Garrison at Placentia; the Officers of Harwich Yard
21939
ditto from the masters of sundry transport ships for stores etc. delivered on board etc. or for money imprested, for which they have not accompted, detailed:
Joseph Pulman, master of the Hunter; Elisha Powell, master of the Sarah and Dorothy; Herman Ferman, master of the Batchellor's Adventure; Robert Soar, master of the John and Sarah; John Tickner, master of the Mordecai; John Richardson, master of the Anne and Rebecca; Thomas Hayes, owner etc. of the Althœa; Josiah Hinning, master of the Dolphin; George Hooper, master of the Benjamin; John Cleverly, carpenter of the late Queen's ship Northumberland; William Bamber, master of the George galley; Benjamin Barnadiston, master of the Encouragement; Samuel Arnold, master of the Robert and George; Matthew South, master of the Orange; Augustin Cassani, master of the Nostra Seigniora de Merces, said to be lost in her voyage up the Streights; Robert Elfrith, master of the Diligence; Conrade Rusk, master of the Hope; William Young, master of the William; Thomas Snow, master of the Thornbury, said to be destroyed by fire 3 Feb. 1716–17; sundry ships sent from Flanders to Newcastle upon the intended invasion of Scotland in 1708 (the Mainblew, the Fortune fly boat, the Elizabeth, the King Charles, the Alexander, the Mary Cannon, the Jacober, the Lord Argyle, the St. Tuberow, the Mary, the Palmstock, the Anthony de Padua, the Fried alias Peace, the Persian galley, the St. Anthonio, the St. Francisco, the Justinia, the Brigantine, the Owner's Goodwill, the Notre Dame de Porti); the master of the Southampton galley (nil); John Mackmath, master of the Willing Mind; Richard Smith, master of the Hopewell; Joachim Pund, master of the Prince Charles Frederick, William Ingledew, master of the Margaret (for several items, including a mulct for not sailing from Deptford on 2 April 1711, damage done to Grenadiers' clothing, watch gowns damaged by bad stowage in the Expedition to Canada, total 1,000l. 17s. 6d.); William Hosier, Storekeeper at Deptford Yard (nil); Nicholas Markin, master of the Joseph; George Clark, master of the Stratford frigatt; John Pennington, master of the Popley frigatt; John Westgarth, master of the Thomas and James (said to be taken by three French privateers and carried into Brest 14 April 1709, for wheat etc., total 496l. 12s. 11d.); Samuel Pacey, master of the Blackstone; John Lyle, master of the Cornelia, a Dutch ship hired in Holland by Daniel Sadler in 1703 but cast as unserviceable upon a survey at Portsmouth (several items, total 636l. 4s. 9d.); John Soldait, master of the Young Petronilla hired as above; David Caldwell, master of the Orange Tree, hired as above
5,49417
sum total of the Supers£74,100103

and so this Accomptant is Even and Quit.

Auditor's Memorandum.—The several Agents etc. are accomptable for stores and provisions in their hands, and for money due upon bond, and other specialties. The Commissioners for Victualling are accomptable to the Transport Office for stores etc. received by Agents etc. of the Victualling Office out of ships in the Transport Service, viz.:

Mr. Oliver, merchant at Genoa, for returned provisions from 25 Genoese transport ships upon landing the German troops in Catalonia;

William Manfield, cooper at Gosport, for staves said to be unserviceable received in 1703 and 1704;

William Nicholas, boatswain of the Content hulk for 2,235 lb. of decayed butter in 42 firkins, cast by survey as grease and received at Lisbon from the Elizabeth (Alexander Taylor master) in April 1704;

William Armiger and John Aynsworth, merchants, for the Principal money due upon a bond of 8 Jan. 1705–6 to pay 174l. 13s. 9d. for freight of goods from Lisbon to London in the Lucy (William Evans master);

Martin Tucker of Dublin, Correspondent, for stores and provisions, detailed, received from sundry transport ships;

the Commissioners for Victualling have not paid for stores etc., detailed, on board 14 transport ships in the Thames to victual 4,000 land men to be brought from Holland and carried to Portugal;

the said Commissioners are accomptable for store, etc. delivered over to them 6 Oct. 1715, detailed; also for stores etc. delivered out of ships 21 Aug. 1704 to 11 Jan. 1713–14, detailed.

Further Memorandum.—By Warrant under the Royal Sign Manual of 2 June 1725 it was ordered that the several Memorandums inserted at the end of the Final Accompts of the late Commissioners for Transports and of the Receivers and Paymasters for the Transport service (whereby the late Commissioners may be brought to accompt for sums issued by their orders and for the disposal etc. of provisions) be discharged.

Declared 18 Oct. 1725.

DECLARED ACCOUNTS: ARMY: PENSIONS TO OFFICERS' WIDOWS.

AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 233, ROLL 811 [A.O.1/233/811].

John Merrill, late Receiver and Paymaster of the money appointed for payment of Pensions due to the Widows of Officers who were killed or died in the Service.

25 December 1715 to 24 April 1717.

Charge.£s.d.
Arrears: none, this being the Accomptant's first and only Accomptnil
Receipts: money paid over by Henry, Earl of Lincoln, late Paymaster General of the Forces14,305411½
ditto by Elizabeth Taylor, Widow and Administratrix of James Taylor, deceased, late Paymaster2,50000
total charge and receipts£16,805411½
Discharge.
Pensions due to the Widows of Officers of the following Regiments (fn. 2) etc. pursuant to the Establishment of 27 June 1716; 25 Dec. 1715 to 24 April 1717:
the Horse Guards: five Captains' widows (Suary, Baillie, Holmes, Turnbull and Erskine) at 26l. per an. each; two ditto (Dakeyne and Mywood) at 20l. per an. each; Anne Jones, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.
24800
Royal Horse: a Cornet's widow (Lucia Lloyd) at 16l. per an.2168
Gen. Lumley's Regiment: three Lieutenants' widows (Bartholomew, Stirrop, Lyndesey) at 20l. per an. each; two Cornets' widows (Laws, Dodsworth) at 16l. per an. each; Elinor Ditch, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.14400
Lord Windsor's Regiment: Mary Carrington, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Mary Odiarne, a Cornet's widow, at 16l. per an.; Jane Munt, a Quartermaster's widow, ditto7768
the Royal Regiment of Dragoons; Christiana Rossiter, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Addison and Vickars; the latter died 30 June 1716) at 20l. per an.; Mary Chatterton, a Cornet's widow, at 16l. per an.11112
Gen. Carpenter's Regiment: Rebecca Smith, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Waller and Foucquet) at 20l. per an. each8800
Lord Gallway's Regiment: Susanna St. Leger de Bacalan, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.5368
the French Dragoons: Jacquett La Brune, a Cornet's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Gually's Regiment: Margaret Brassard, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Mary Lucas, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.74134
Desbordes' Regiment: Frances Barton, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Judith Paul, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.8800
Foissac's Regiment: Susanna Bonnabel, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
La Fabreque's Regiment: Elizabeth Rigaudie, a Cornet's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Lord Portmore's Regiment: two Captains' widows (Innis and Parnham) at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Proctor, Maydman and, to 31 March 1717, Risby) at 20l. per an.147197
Blosset's Regiment: Magdalen Sauvagie, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Hester Jembleyn, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Marianne Dussaud, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.82134
Trapaud's Regiment: Eleonor Ramsey, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Pitt's Regiment: Jane Guy, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Dorothy Bridger, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Margery Maplesdon, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.82134
the Foot Guards; eight Lieut. Colonels' widows (Brushfield, Scott, Robinson, Gorsuch, Wilkins, Shenton, Miller, and, to 24 Aug. 1716, Etheridge) at 40l. each; 17 Captains' widows (Jordain, Bodenham, Pujolas, Atkins, Staggins, Pickering, Docwra, Phillips, Sandys, Ramsey, Ogylvie, Gibbon, Oliphant, Brady, Ogylvie, Murray, Lewis) at 26l. per an. each98968
Kirk's Regiment: Mary Westcombe, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; three Captains' widows (Collier, Hamilton, Bickerstaff) at 26l. per an. each; four Lieutenants' widows (Jackson, Frazer, Sears, Wansborough) at 20l. each; Barbara Adams, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.27200
Forfar's Regiment: Anne Chivres, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; two Captains' widows (Scott and Eaton) at 26l. per an. each; three Lieutenants' widows (Leadman, Mellvill and Beauford) at 20l. per an. each; Jane Branch, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.210134
Seymour's Regiment: Anne Bush, a Major's widow at 30l. per an.; Elizabeth Bush, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; five Lieutenants' widows (Le Hull, Tocker, Desausure, Campbell and Beverley) at 20l. per an. each; two Ensigns' widows (Rowe and Nell) at 16l. per an. each; Jane Sture, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.27200
the Fuziliers: Mary Whalley, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Joanna Simpson, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; four Captains' widows (Turner, Brydall, Cook and Salter) at 26l. per an. each; six Lieutenants' widows (Crompton, Fog, Jefferay, Campion, Philpot and Dryborough) at 20l. per an. each39200
Gen. Hill's Regiment: Elizabeth Hill, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Hume and Godear) at 20l. per an. each; Elizabeth Ducross, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.10968
Lord North and Grey's Regiment: two Captains' widows (Middleton and Cunningham) at 26l. per an. each; three Lieutenants' widows (Hellows, Nash and Lane) at 20l. per an. each14968
Lord Orrery's Regiment: Rachell Rowe, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Mary Monro, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; five Lieutenants' widows (Patillo, Platt, Vandergracht, Baynes, and, to 15 May 1716, the day of her death, Purvis) at 20l. per an. each18930
Phillips's Regiment: Jane Arwaker, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Anne Blake, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; four Captains' widows (Bigg, Paris, Fenn, Livesay) at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Frazier and Nuttall) at 20l. per an.; Mary Oneil, a Chaplain's widow, at 16l. per an. (to 24 Dec. 1716); two Ensigns' widows (Forrester and Bartman) at 16l. per an.34400
Hamilton's Regiment: Anne Lamont, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; four Lieutenants' widows (Gardiner, Jackson, French and Armstrong) at 20l. per an. each14168
Hartford's Regiment: Anne Tancred, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; four Lieutenants' widows (Sinclair, Kerr, Dickenson and Combes) at 20l. per an. each, and the four children of Lieut. Calder at 20l. per an.; two Ensigns' widows (Beaty and Jackson) at 16l. per an. each210134
Brig. Stearne's Regiment: Bridget Penotier, a Lieut. Colonel's widow at 40l. per an.; four Captains' widows (Bruce, Lauglin, Yarner, Lilly) at 26l. per an. each; two Lieutenants' widows (Rolleston, Crooke) at 20l. per an. each; Sarah Berger, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.; Lettice Young, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.28800
Col. Handasyde's Regiment: Joyce Bush, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; three Ensigns' widows (Jellett, Handasyde, Potts) at 16l. per an. each90134
Col. Butler's Regiment; two Captains' widows (Phillips, Buckmaster) at 26l. per an. each; two Lieutenants' widows (Scott, Sherridan) at 20l. per an. each; Elizabeth Lewis, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.14400
Brig. Whetham's Regiment: Mary Johnson, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; two Captains' widows (Corry, Baird) at 26l. per an. each; two Lieutenants' widows (Griffen, Barnes) at 20l. per an. each; three Ensigns' widows (Keble, Nisbitt, Lovell) at 16l. per an. each226134
Pearce's Regiment: Barbara Lower, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Mary Burrows, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Elizabeth Loyd, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Ould, Johnson, Woolhouse) at 20l. per an. each; Mary Lloyd, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.22968
Col. Disney's Regiment: three Captains' widows (Musgrave, Whitaker, Brathwaite) at 26l. per an. each; five Lieutenants' widows (Forster, Lister, Denny, Barton, Lowther) at 20l. per an. each; Frances Eyres, an Ensign's, widow, at 16l. per an.258134
Farrington's Regiment: Jane Barkham, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; six Lieutenants' widows (Bourdeaux, Hargrave, Bix, Saint, Stratton, Lewis) at 20l. per an. each194134
Newton's Regiment: three Captains' widows (Higgenson, Dereham, Dutton Colt) at 26l. per an. each; three Lieutenants' widows (Fenwick, Izod, Phillips) at 20l. per an. each; two Ensigns' widows (Soan, Horn) at 16l. per an. each226134
Molesworth's Regiment: Margaret Dudley, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Palmer, Obrian, Taylor) at 20l. per an. each; Anne Harwood, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.; two Ensigns' widows (Thornton, Wittar) at 16l. per an. each17157
Gen. Evans's Regiment: Judith Hawley, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Rachel Jefferies, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; six Lieutenants' widows (Newman, Cole, Lawes, Poole, Cheshire, Dorrell) at 20l. per an. each; Anne Owen, a Cornet's widow, at 16l. per an.; Anne Hopkins, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an. (to 3 July 1716)277134
Leigh's Regiment: three Captains' widows (Pease, Trotter and, to 26 May 1716 when she died, Helen Bell) at 26l. per an. each; Elizabeth Thompson, a Lieutenant's widow at 20l. per an.106168
Franks's Regiment: two Captains' widows (Parry, Fletcher) at 26l. per an. each; two Lieutenants' widows (Pope and Adams) at 20l. per an. each; Catherine Johnson, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.14400
Kane's Regiment: Catherine Barton, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Mary Bridger, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Isabella Lindsey, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Shorter and Eastwood) at 20l. per an. each; two Ensigns' widows (Prendergast and Hancock) at 16l. per an. each22400
Col. Prendergast's Regiment: Penelope Prendergast, a Colonel's widow, at 50l. per an.3368
Col. Alexander's Regiment: two Lieutenants' widows (Cook and Macqueen) at 20l. per an. each; Elizabeth Lyndon, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.74134
Wynne's Regiment: two Lieutenants' widows (Jones and Cottingham) at 20l. per an. each; Jane Gray, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.74134
Stanhope's Regiment: Sarah Shallcross, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; two Captains' widows (Phillpot and Frith) at 26l. per an. each; Barbara Drew, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Honora Pluett, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.15768
Sir Robert Rich's Regiment: Ellen Mundy, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Anne Heariforde, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Taylor and Stirrop) at 20l. per an. each; Francis Gane, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.162134
Sir Charles Hotham's Regiment: Mary Thornicroft, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Mary Crespigny, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Bird and Vernoll) at 20l. per an. each; Mary Hind, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.; Hannah Clark, a Surgeon's widow, ditto (to 24 Dec. 1716)178134
Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment; two Captains' widows (Campbell and Stewart) at 26l. per an. each; four Lieutenants' widows (Maclean, Paterson, Cleland, Man) at 20l. per an. each17600
Stanwix's Regiment: Mary Barry, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; four Lieutenants' widows (Sandford, Sands, Hayman and, to 25 Oct. 1716, Humphreys) at 20l. per an. each; Bridget Kettilby, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.136134
Munden's Regiment: Sarah Stevens, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Frankland, Powell, Smith) at 20l. per an. each114134
Clayton's Regiment: four Captains' widows (Dennis, Darrill, Thomas and, to 25 Dec. 1715, Bradshaw) at 26l. per an. each; Utretia Philips, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.135185
Tyrrell's Regiment: Isabella Dormer, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Mary Brereton, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Deborah Hamilton, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.10168
Dubourgay's Regiment: Catharine D'Assas, Sarah Gomerscheim and Margueritte de Lorme, widows of three Captains, at 26l. per an. each; Pierette Douglas, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Hester Munden, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.15200
Collingwood's Regiment: Margaret Collingwood, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Susanna Breteridge, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Olive Romien, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.8800
Hastings's Regiment: Elizabeth Bourk, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Sankey's Regiment: three Lieutenants' widows (Ball, Derby, Wilkinson) at 20l. per an. each; two Ensigns' widows (Harvey and Carter) at 16l. per an. each122134
Barrymore's Regiment: four Captains' widows (Edwards, Booth, Clarke and Dunkin) at 26l. per an. each; Anne Cross, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an. (to 3 Dec. 1716)15796
Lord Cutts's Regiment: Philippa Sutton, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Margaret White, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.6168
Stair's Regiment: Barbara Maclartie, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an. (to 11 Jan. 1716–17)16159
Pocock's Regiment: three Captains' widows (Jordan, Forster and Gordon) at 26l. per an. each; Jane Hughes, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.130134
Gore's Regiment: three Lieutenants' widows (Palin, French and Weston) at 20l. per an. each8000
Nassau's Regiment: Elizabeth Harwood, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Elizabeth Williams, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.6168
Loyd's Regiment: Prudence Price, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
the Hospital in Spain: Mary Lynn, a Surgeon's widow, ditto2168
Cavalier's Regiment: Anne de Bastide, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Susanna Rossett, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.5600
Godwyn's Regiment: Mary Cusack and Jane Ogilvy, widows of two Colonels at 50l. per an. each; Lucy Matram, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.16800
Columbine's Regiment: Elizabeth Hinde, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Cambon's Regiment: Marie de Gignoux, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Macay's Regiment: Cordula Mac-Laughlans, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
the Governor of Gibraltar: Elizabeth Nugent, widow of Col. Nugent (late Governor of Gibraltar), at 50l. per an. (to 24 Aug. 1716)3368
Lepell's Regiment: Susanna Loyd, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.; Anne Sotwell, a Quartermaster's widow, ditto42134
Fielding's Regiment: Hannah Cromwell, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.4000
Newfoundland: Mary Adams, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
New England: Hester Corbett, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Invalides: Martha Kane, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; eight Captains' widows (Stapleton, Brockett, Twiddall, Ruthuen, Griffith, Vanhachten, Welch, Johnson) at 26l. per an. each; five Lieutenants' widows (Rawson, Davis, Henderson, Whitfield, La Oust) at 20l. per an. each; seven Ensigns' widows (Gray, Cock, Ellison, Gordon, Faunt, Lowthorp, Mawl) at 16l. per an. each60000
Holt's Marines: Constantia Rodney, a Lieut. Colonel's widow at 40l. per an.; five Captains' widows (Applen, Moryson, Bettesworth, Sixt Dalheim, and, to 21 Oct. 1716, Jane Pickering) at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Stawell, Busby and, to 29 Jan. 1716–17, Maria Westcott) at 20l. per an.; two Second Lieutenants' widows (Elleger and Pargiter) at 16l. per an.33171
Lord Shannon's Marines: two Captains' widows (Arnott and, to 24 Dec. 1716, Boyle) at 26l. per an. each; five Lieutenants' widows (Haslam, Hill, Golphin, Skinnett, Maitland) at 20l. per an. each; Anne Kinnismouth, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.21568
Brig. Elliot's Regiment: four Lieutenants' widows (Loyd, Phillips, Barker, Rolt) at 20l. per an. each106134
Rook's Regiment: Peninah Lavalley, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Jane Hyett, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.5600
Lord Peterborough's Regiment: Mary Green, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Elizabeth Abington, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.; Elizabeth Graybee, a Quartermaster's widow, ditto9600
Lord Slane's Regiment: Deborah FitzMaurice, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; two Captains' widows (Pearce and Ould) at 26l. per an.; four Lieutenants' widows (Brown, Binge, Blake, Henderson) at 20l. per an. each; two Ensigns' widows (Sandys and Dunbarr) at 16l. per an.27200
Wightman's Regiment: Elizabeth Blood, a Colonel's widow, at 50l. per an.; Jane Woollett, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Ann Tanfield, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; four Lieutenants' widows (Evans, Kelly, Denny and Vandeleur) at 20l. per an. each; three Ensigns' widows (Hillileigh, Brown, Daniell) at 16l. per an. each31200
Sabine's Regiment: Margaret Jenkins, a Captain's widow; five Lieutenants' widows (Bates, Rowland, Carrick, Hacling and Frazier) at 20l. per an. each; Hannah Welldon, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.18968
Preston's Regiment: Jane Cranstown, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; five Captains' widows (Dickson, Barnard, Borthwick, Drummond and Douglas) at 26l. per an. each; Bathsheba Stevenson, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; two Ensigns' widows (Barnard and Hay) at 16l. per an. each29600
Wyndresse's Regiment: Sarah Buckridge, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Brown, Annesley and, to 21 Oct. 1716, Margaret Ogylvie) at 20l. per an. each; Anne Bird, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.13146
Charlemont's Regiment: Jane Mabbett, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; two Ensigns' widows (Doran and Walton) at 16l. per an. each6968
Price's Regiment: Frances Price, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Mary Arrowsmith, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.6168
Webb's Regiment: Rachel Ramsey, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Martha Smith, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.8000
Oglethorpe's Regiment: Anne Treadway, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.4000
Sir William Parson's Regiment: Elizabeth Isaac, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Sir Charles Hobby's Regiment: Elizabeth Abbott, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an. (to 1 April 1716)846
sundry promiscuous payments: Susanna Adkinson, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Dorothy Shelbury, at 30l. per an.; Mary Kynaird, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Margaret Carr, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.13600
Magny's Regiment: Margaret Barcus, a Comet's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Withers's Regiment: Jane Carr, a Cornet's widow, ditto2168
Pepper's Regiment: Jane Nisbitt, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Matthews's Regiment: Anne Richardson, a Quartermaster's widow at 16l. per an.2168
Hales's Regiment: Katherine Smith, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Col. Mordaunt's Regiment: Mary Mordaunt, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an5368
Jones's Regiment: Meek Sewell, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, ditto5368
Montagu's Regiment: Catharine Humble, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; three Lieutenants' widows (Read, Milborn, Wakefield), at 20l. per an. each114134
Lowder's Regiment: Priscilla Yewell, a Captain's widow at 26l. per an.34134
Meredith's Regiment: Blanch Bunbury, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Rachel Doherty, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.6168
Grants' Regiment: Isabella Taylor, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Howe's Regiment: Elizabeth Phillips, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Catherine King, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an. (to 18 April 1716)40184
Col. Chudleigh's Regiment: Anne Kitson, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.5368
Irwin's Regiment, late Hamilton's: Frances Ayliffe, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Magdalen Whitfeild, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.5600
Col. Beaumont's Regiment: Elizabeth Russell, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Buchanon's Regiment: Jenet Boyd, ditto, ditto2168
O'Farell's Regiment: Sarah Griffith, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Bolton's Regiment: Martha Porter, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Lifford's Regiment: Jane Pelissier, ditto, ditto34134
Argyle's Regiment: Anne Rollo, ditto, ditto34134
Sir John Gibson's Regiment: Martha Webberley, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an. (to 13 Feb. 1716–17)3422
Morryson's Regiment: Catherine Cuttle, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Mary Holman, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.5600
Tullibardine's Regiment: Alice Swintown, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Elizabeth Alexander, a Quarter-master's widow, at 16l. per an.4800
Huntington's Regiment: Barbara Webb, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Stringer's Regiment: Anne Bonivert, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Caermarthen's Regiment: Elizabeth Hoskins, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Gen. Nicholson's Regiment: Frances Selwyn, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
the Independent Company in North Britain: Anne Gully, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Elizabeth Hall, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Alison Campbell, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.82134
The Train of Artillery: Hannah Collier, a Brigadier's widow, at 40l. per an.; two Lieutenants' widows (Loebeck and Cairn) at 20l. per an. each106134
the Hospital in Flanders: Mary Watson, a Physician's widow, at 30l. per an.4000
(total 14,271l. 4s.d.)
pensions to widows of Officers formerly on the Irish Establishment from the day the Regiments were removed from Ireland to 24 Dec. 1715 when they were placed on the Establishment of Great Britain:
£s.d.
Pitt's Regiment (Coote and Guy, Captains' widows; Bridger, a Lieutenant's widow; Maplesden, a Quartermaster's widow)3790
Forfar's Regiment (Chivres, a Major's widow; Scott and Eyton, Captains' widows; Melvin, Leadman and Paine, Lieutenants' widows)5291
Hill's Regiment (Kemyss, a Major's widow; Hill and Gilbert, two Captains' widows; Godear, Hume, Phipps and Little, Lieutenants' widows; Ducross, a Surgeon's widow; Doran, an Ensign's widow)70148
Orrery's Regiment (Rowe, a Major's widow, Monrowe, a Captain's widow; Platt, Vandergracht, Purvis, Patillo, Lieutenants' widows)47129
Disney's Regiment (Whittaker, Musgrave, Brathwaite, Captains' widows; Lister, Denny Baines, Stratton, Lieutenants' widows; Eyres and Boudett, Lieutenants' widows)30167
Evans's Regiment (Hawley, a Lieut. Colonel's widow; Cole, a Lieutenant's widow; Hopkins, a Quartermaster's widow)1360
Clayton's Regiment (Bradshaw, Grimaudett, Captains' widows)900
Wightman's Regiment (Wood, a Colonel's widow; Woollett, a Major's widow; Denny, Kelly, Vandeleur, Evans, Lieutenants' widows; Hillileighe, an Ensign's widow)36163
Sabine's Regiment (Susanna Eyme, a Lieut. Colonel's widow; Jenkins, a Captain's widow; Frazier and Carrick, Lieutenants' widows)3330
Sabine's Regiment (Richardson, Bates and Ogylvie, First Lieutenants' widows; Rowland and Mason, Second Lieutenants' widows; Welldon, a Surgeon's widow)33150
Preston's Regiment (Cranstowne, a Lieut. Colonel's widow; Brothwick, Drummard, Dickson, Barnard, Captains' widows; Stevenson, a Lieutenant's widow; Barnard and Hay, two Ensigns' widows)581411
Wyndresse's Regiment (Buckridge and Carthy, Majors' widows; Byrom, a Captain's widow; Ogylvie, Browne, Annesley, Crafton, Wood, Cornwall, Lieutenants' widows)6226
Webb's Regiment (Ramsey, a Lieut. Colonel's widow; Campbell, a Lieutenant's widow)1076
Price's Regiment (Lyon, a Captain's widow)21134
51807
pensions to widows of Officers on the British Establishment residing in Ireland and omitted from the Establishment of 27 July 1716:
Sabine's Regiment: Susanna Eyme, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; Sarah Ogylvie, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.
8000
Hill's Regiment: Mary Kemiss, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Mary Gilbert, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Mary Phipps and Mary Little, two Lieutenants' widows, at 20l. per an. each12800
Desney's Regiment: Mary Boudet, a Surgeon's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Clayton's Regiment: Jane Grimaudet, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Windresse's Regiment: Elizabeth Carthy, a Major's widow, at 30l. per an.; Jane Byrom, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Catharine Crofton, Cornelia Wood and Mary Cornwall, three Lieutenants' widows, at 20l. per an.154134
Webb's Regiment: Isabella Campbell, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Whetham's Regiment: Elizabeth Elliston, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; Mary Parks and Sarah Otway, Ensigns' widows, at 16l. per an.6968
Price's Regiment: Elizabeth Lyon, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Newton's Regiment: Edith Felto, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Fusiliers: Annabella Browne, a ditto, ditto26134
Sankey's Regiment: Mary Hodgkinson, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Tyrrell's Regiment: Jane Iredell, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.2168
Alexander's Regiment: Mary Sullivan, ditto, ditto2168
Phillips's Regiment: Eleanor Wiseman, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; Elizabeth Buckton, an Ensign's widow, at 16l. per an.5600
Nassau's Regiment: Elizabeth Archer, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.34134
Pearce's Regiment: Martha Banks, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.26134
Gorge's Regiment: Margaret Hamilton, ditto, ditto26134
Handasyde's Regiment: Mary Combes, ditto, ditto26134
850134
pensions to Officers' widows from the times of their husbands' deaths:
General Lumley's Regiment: Sarah Cull, a Chaplain's widow, at 16l. per an.; from 25 March 1715
3368
Col. Stanhope's Regiment: Sarah Comins, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.; from 2 Jan. 1716–174182
Col. Carpenter's Regiment: Margaret Barton, a Quartermaster's widow, at 16l. per an.; from 25 April 17161600
Col. O'Hara's Regiment: Elizabeth Jones, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; from 6 June 171617130
Lord Shannon's Regiment; Elizabeth Alexander, a Lieutenant's widow, ditto; from 6 June 171617130
Invalides: Margaret Holborne, a Lieutenant's widow, at 20l. per an.; from 30 Sept. 17161175
Foot Guards: Evelyn Smith, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; from 7 Nov. 171612110
Lord Windsor's Regiment: Mary Eyton, a Lieut. Colonel's widow, at 40l. per an.; from 18 Nov. 17161741
Col. Franks's Regiment: Jane Pick, a Captain's widow, at 26l. per an.; from 27 June 171621134
an extraordinary pension; Rebecca Boyle, widow of Captain John Boyle, second son to the late Lord Viscount Shannon, at 50l. per an.; from 25 Dec. 171616134
1681010
(total for pensions as above, under the Royal Sign Manual, 1,537l. 4s. 9d.)
money detained by this Accomptant for his care and pains at 12d. for every 1l. received and paid; on 15,808l. 9s.d.7908
fees and disbursements in passing this Accompt14820
total payments and allowances£16,746197
and so remains585
against which depending:
money paid over to George Turbill, the succeeding Paymaster pursuant to Royal Warrant of 31 Jan. 1720–21
585
and so this Accomptant is Even and Quit.
Declared 22 April 1723.

Footnotes

1 sic obviously not 1 March 1716–17.
2 The Christian names of the widows are given on the Roll in all cases but not those of their deceased husbands.