Warrants for the Payment of Money
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'Warrants for the Payment of Money: 1736, January-March', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3: 1735-1738 (1900), pp. 239-248. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91841 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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1736, January–March

1736.
TABLE II.
Warrants, Orders, Privy Seals, and Sign Manuals relating to the Payment of Money.
1735–6.
Date.Payee.Amount.The Account on which the Warrant or Order is made.Reference.
£s.d.
Jan. 2John Scrope -7,00000Secret Service.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 24.
John Hedges -2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., p. 30.
Jan. 5Miles Cook40000Royal bounty.Ibid., p. 105.
Jan. 7John Plumtree, Treasurer of the Ordnance.100,00000Imprest for land and sea services to be performed by the Office of Ordnance.Ibid.
Money Book
XXXVIII. pp. 245–6.
Jan. 8John Shepherd1,50000Expenses for his Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 106.
Civil List, Scotland9,212731735, Christmas quarter.North Britain Book XI. pp. 356–60.
Salt Establishment, ibid.62500Salary bill, same quarter.Ibid., pp. 362–5.
Customs Establishment, ibid.6,134170Same.Ibid., pp. 366–80.
John McNeil, collector at Fort William.1500Additional salary from 1735, Christmas.Ibid., p. 361.
per an.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, Edmund Ball, Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.750,00000Imprest to discharge in due course and order Exchequer bills on malt, 1735.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 234.
Samuel Lord Masham, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, or Charles Taylor, his deputy.45120Fees due to said Remembrancer and his clerks from the customers of the several ports of England and Wales for 1 year to 1735, Christmas.Ibid., p. 238.
Same -437810For parchment books for the out ports and London port respectively.Ibid., pp. 238–9.
5424
John Morgan, schoolmaster of the Free School at Fotheringhay, loco John Loveling, deceased.2000Dormant warrant for said allowance as such.Ibid., p. 241.
per an.
Jan. 8Sir Charles Dalton -50001735, Michaelmas quarter, as Gentleman Usher Black Rod.Order Book XVI. p. 129.
Richard Bradley, Attorney General of New York.7500Half-year's salary due Michaelmas last.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 218.
John Pitt -85001735, Michaelmas quarter, as Commander-in-Chief of the Bahamas.Order Book XVI. p. 163.
John Harrison, Under-Sheriff of Essex.8000Rewards paid for arrest of felons.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 20.
Champion Banfill, Sheriff of Essex.37117Overpayment in account.Ibid., p. 24.
Wm. Philips, Francis Poulteney, William Mackay.2000Royal bounty for passage money as Minister to Virginia.Ibid., p. 33.
each.
Richard Arundell, Keeper of His Majesty's Private Roads - -5028Half-year's patent fee and allowances, to 1735, Sept. 29.Ibid., p. 88.
Edmund Britiffe, Edmund Anguish, Edmund Ball, Paymasters of Exchequer Bills.700,00000To discharge the like principal in Exchequer bills on Land Tax, 1735.Ibid., p. 193.
Nicholas Paxton -25000Half-year due 1735. Dec. 22, as Solicitor for the affairs of the Treasury.Ibid., p. 172.
Jan. 10United East India Company.128,000001 year's annuity, to 1736, Michaelmas, as by the Act of Parliament for reducing the annuity or fund to said Company.Order Book XVI. p. 165.
Robert Trevor, Secretary to the Extraordinary, Embassy to the States General.40s. per day andDormant warrant for ordinary, to date from 1735, Sept. 29; and allowance for equipage.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 109.
30000
Jan. 12John Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe.20,00000Imprest for the Great Wardrobe.Ibid., p. 107.
Augustus Schutz, Master of the Robes.873130Expense of Office of Robes, 1735, Christmas quarter.Ibid., p. 106.
Jan. 13Nicholas Paxton1,50000His Majesty's law expenses.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 53.
Taxes Commissioners.150001735, Christmas quarter's salary.Ibid., p. 237.
Same -141810½House Duties' incidents same quarter.Ibid., p. 239.
Same - -606Land Tax incidents, same quarter.Ibid., p. 240.
House Duties Establishment.677100Same quarter's salary bill.Ibid.
Joseph Ashton, Solicitor to the Mint and deputy under Sir Andrew Fountain, Warden of the Mint.2931610Expense, detailed, for prosecution of coiners and counterfeiters, 1734, Christmas, to 1735, Christmas.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. pp. 319–332.
Jan. 14William Stewart50,00000Imprest for pensions.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 241.
Hawkers and Pedlars' Establishment.470001735, Christmas quarter's salary bill.Ibid., p. 125.
Jan. 15Wine Licence Commissioners.2612Incidents, 1735, Christmas quarter.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 105.
Jan. 22John Symonds -800Dormant warrant for salary as searcher of Yarmouth port.Customs Book XIV. p. 154.
per an.
Thomas Earl of Strafford, farmer of Post Fines.75226Repayment of said fines (over and above the yearly farm of 2,276l.) answered to the King by various sheriffs, detailed in a certificate of Robert Gardner, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 242–3.
Joseph Hinxman, woodward of New Forest.1887Navy timber delivered to Owen Sutherland, Purveyor of the Navy for Portsmouth.Ibid., p. 243.
Bank of England -10,043310¼Out of the Sinking Fund to make good the deficiency at Christmas last, on the 3 per cent, annuities, 1731, chargeable on the additional stamp duties.
Appending: — Certificate of said deficiency by the Auditor of the Receipt.
Ibid., pp. 244–5.
Thomas Pelham -14000Extras, detailed, as Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy in France.Ibid., p. 246.
Horatio Walpole -1,30000Quarter's ordinary to 1735–6, January 6, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General.Ibid., p. 248.
George Clive, Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.16134Dormant warrant for fees and allowances as such.Ibid., p. 250.
100 marks.Dormant warrant for fees and allowances as such.Ibid., p. 250.
100 marksDormant warrant for fees and allowances as such.Ibid., p. 250.
per an.Dormant warrant for fees and allowances as such.Ibid., p. 250.
Same -10000Same for additional annuity, to date from 1735, November 6.Ibid., pp. 250–1.
per an.
Wm. Whitaker, Under Sheriff of Middlesex.20000Rewards paid for arrests of felons.Ibid., p. 20.
Wine Licence Establishment.5771001735, Christmas quarter's salary bill.Ibid., p. 107.
Jan. 25Clerks of the Privy Council.25000Same quarter's salaries.Ibid., p. 47.
Same -10000Same for attending Trade and Plantation business.Ibid.
Jan. 26John Spencer and Hugh Andrews.1850Fees and allowances as Keepers of the Council Chamber.Ibid., pp. 78,82.
Alured Popple -287100Salaries and incidents, Office of Board of Trade, 1735, Christmas quarter.Ibid., p. 29.
348193
Thomas Lowther -2,00000His Majesty's service.Ibid., p. 33.
Jan. 27Earl of Warwick -200001735, Christmas quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 126.
Duke of St. Albans.34326Same quarter as Master of the Hawks.Ibid., p. 64.
Same -25000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Jan. 27Philip Sharpe20000For the under clerks of the Privy Council for 1 year's letters to the Lords Lieutenants, Custodes Rotulorum, Justices of the Peace, the Treasury, Admiralty, Ordnance, &c., &c., to 1735, Christmas.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 249.
Edward Byam - -10000Half-year due January 28 as Lieutenant Governor of Antigua.Order Book XVI. p. 174.
Samuel Gray, Messenger of the Press.4594Buying up all pamphlets, papers, &c., published in London, and getting them marked for evidence, 1735, September 26 to December 25.Letter Book XIX. p. 396.
Feb. 2William Steuart47000Royal bounty to Marie Joly de Chadignac and 18 other Huguenots, detailed.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 110. Order Book XVI. p. 170.
John Shepherd2,90000Expended for his Majesty's special service.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 109.
Feb. 3Baron Sporcken30000Royal bounty.Ibid., p. 107.
Arthur Collins -10000Same.Ibid., p. 110.
Samuel Barnsley -10000Charges of voyage of certain persons going over to Ireland by Royal order for improvement of the linen manufacture there.Ibid., p. 111.
William Townshend, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer.5365Necessaries delivered to the several new offices, detailed, for half-year to 1735, Michaelmas.Order Book XVI. p. 172.
Same -1,0736Same for the ancient offices of the Receipt for Easter and Trinity terms.Ibid., p. 174.
Excise Establishment, Scotland.1,8671Salary bill, 1735, Christmas quarter.North Britain Book XI, pp. 382–4.
Same - -27419Incidents same quarter.Ibid., pp. 385–6.
John Hedges2,00000Prince of Wales.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 30.
Earl of Essex100001735, Christmas quarter, as Keeper of Hyde Park.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 52.
Lord Cornwallis.416134Same as Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South.Ibid.
Duke of Grafton.75000Same quarter's pension.Ibid.
Earl of Essex, Chief Ranger of St. James's Park.220113Same quarter's allowances, &c., for said Park.Ibid., p. 102.
John Duke of Montagu.30000Same quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 49.
Thomas Lowther1,00000His Majesty's service.Ibid., p. 33.
Charles Lord Lynn.175001785, Christmas quarter, as Master of his Majesty's Jewels.Ibid., p. 193.
Feb. 4Duke of Newcastle and Lord Harrington.100001 year's patent fee to Christmas last as Secretaries of State.Ibid., p. 230.
each.
Feb. 6Henry Fane, Clerk of Foreign Estreats.24341735, Christmas quarter's several fees.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 83. Order Book XVI. p. 44.
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Feb. 11Earl of Pembroke -50000Same quarter's annuity as Groom of the Stole and in that capacity First Gentleman of the Bedchamber.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 252.
Duke of Manchester, Simon Lord Harcourt, John Lord Hint on, the Earls of Cowper, Waldegrave, Dunmore, Selkirk, Essex, Albemarle.25000Same as Gentlemen of the Bedchamber.Ibid.
each.
Sir Charles Hotham, Charles Churchill, John Campbell, Jas. Campbell, Thomas Pagett, Sir Robert Rich, John Clavering, James Brudenal.12500Same as Grooms of the Bedchamber.Ibid., p. 253.
each.
John Lord Hervey15000Same as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household.Ibid.
Feb. 13John Trevor and five others, detailed.100001735, Hilary term, as Justices of Wales.Order Book XVI. p. 180.
each.
George Clive28131737, Nov. 6 to 28, as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer.Ibid.
John Lawton and Henry Ballow.4000Michaelmas and Hilary terms sorting and ordering records.Ibid., p. 17.
Feb. 20Henry Pelham, Paymaster General of Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces.500,00000Imprest for the Forces, 1736.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 124.
Feb. 21John Shepherd3,269157Expended for His Majesty's special service.Ibid., p. 124.
Feb. 24John Scrope -4,60000Secret service.Ibid., p. 24.
Feb. 27Robert Styleman and James Nasmith, Sheriffs of Norwich.16110Overpayment in account.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 24.
James, Earl Waldegrave.1,13000Extras, detailed, as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to France.Ibid., pp. 259–60.
Elizæus Burgess10000Same, detailed, as Resident at Venice.Ibid.
William Reede25000Same, detailed, as Consul at Tripoli.Ibid.
Feb. 28Jonathan Forward1,10000Transporting 50 felons to Maryland and 170 same to Virginia on the “John” and “Dorsetshire” respectively.
Appending:—Lists, &c., of the felons and certificates of the various Clerks of Peace and of Gaol Delivery, &c.
Ibid., pp. 255–7.
Mar. 1Salusbury Cade1,500001735, Christmas quarter's pensions to the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners.Ibid., p. 134. Order Book XVI. p. 288.
Mar. 2Bank of England -18,901195Circulating Exchequer bills for three months to 1734–5, January 24.
Appending: — Statement of said bills outstanding at latter date.
Money Book XXXVIII. p. 215.
Thos. Lowther -1,50000His Majesty's service.Ibid., p. 33.
Mar. 3Nicholas Paxton1,50000His Majesty's law expenses.Ibid., p. 53.
Richard Potenger, second Justice of Chester, Flint, and Denbigh.20000Dormant warrant for salaryIbid., p. 261.
20000Dormant warrant for salaryIbid., p. 261.
10000Dormant warrant for salaryIbid., p. 261.
per an.
Mar. 4John Hedges2,00000Prince of Wales.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 30.
Thos. Rous, Sheriff of Worcester.2176Overpayment in account.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 24.
Richard Duke - -48152Same as Sheriff of Devon.Ibid.
John Reynolds, Sheriff of Suffolk.4000Rewards paid for arrests of felons.Ibid., p. 20.
Robert Graham4000Same, as same of Southampton.Ibid.
Mar. 8John Walker, chief usher of the Exchequer Court.290160Necessaries delivered in 1735, Hilary term, and allowances.Order Book XVI. p. 31.
John Lord de la Warr, Treasurer of the Royal Household.2,00000For his service and charges in negotiating a treaty of marriage between the Prince of Wales and the Princess Augusta, sister of Frederick Duke of Saxe-Gotha.King's Warrant Book XXXIII. p. 127. Order Book XVI. p. 179.
Thomas Minors2,565168Plate, &c., detailed, delivered into the Jewel Office half-year to 1735, Dec. 25.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 131–2.
Abraham Messias and Moses Conqui.50000Bill drawn by John Leonard Sollicoffre, late consul at Tetuan, payable to Abraham Benider, for value received of Bashaw Hamet Ben Alli, by redemption of captives.Ibid., pp. 132–3. Order Book XVI. p. 179.
33146Bill drawn by John Leonard Sollicoffre, late consul at Tetuan, payable to Abraham Benider, for value received of Bashaw Hamet Ben Alli, by redemption of captives.Ibid., pp. 132–3. Order Book XVI. p. 179.
Mar. 9Matthew Woodford -82800Victualling Placentia and Annapolis Royal, 1735, Oct. 1 to Dec. 31.
Appending:—Army Comptrollers' report.
King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 128–9.
Thos. Revell -4,9161111Victualling garrison, detailed, at Gibraltar, 1735, Sept. 15 to Nov. 9.
Appending:—As above.
Ibid., pp. 129–31.
Mar. 12Joseph Scholfield and John White, Sheriffs of York.1205Overpayment in account.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 24.
Robert Minos, Sheriff of Hereford.4000Rewards paid for arrests of felons.Ibid., p. 21.
Mar. 16Duke of Kent500001735, Christmas quarter's pension.Ibid., p. 54.
Mar. 17Thomas Pelham13000Extraordinaries, detailed, as Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy in France.Ibid. 262.
Mar. 17John Smith and Samuel Smith, Deputy Chamberlains of the Exchequer Court for joining tallies.31114112s. per 1,000l. for joining tallies on 3,117,480l. 17s. 2d. paid into the Exchequer by the Receiver General of Customs, 1731, Christmas, to 1733, Christmas.
Appending:—Deputy Auditor's certificate.
Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 262–3.
General Post and Penny Post Establishment respectively.2,1511581735, Midsummer, Michaelmas, and Christmas quarters' several salaries.Ibid, pp. 264–7.
52914
severally.
Sir Theodore Janssen.13000Royal bounty to John Walton and fees thereon.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 92.
16170Royal bounty to John Walton and fees thereon.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 92.
Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House of Commons.50000100 days as such, due 1735–6, Feb. 26.Ibid., p. 94.
Henry Montagu, Sheriff of Sussex.21123Overpayment in account.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 24.
Wm. Vylett -48011Same as Sheriff of Wilts.Ibid.
Executor of John Ware.338Same as same of Buckingham.Ibid. Order Book XVI. p. 80.
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Trafford Barnston -117175Same as same of Chester.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 24.
John Chatfield, Under-Sheriff of Surrey.12000Rewards paid for arrests of felons.Ibid., p. 21.
Wm. Whitaker, same of Middlesex.20000Same.Ibid.
Brigadier-General Wm. Kerr; John Earl of Stair; Lieutenant General William Evans.90000Levy money for the Queen's Own Royal Regiment of Dragoons; His Majesty's Regiment of Dragoons; Evans' Dragoons respectively.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 135–7.
each.
Thomas Revell -4,00000First payment on the agreement for building the new storehouses at Gibraltar.Ibid.,pp. 137–8.
William Caulfield40000Fourth year's allowance for repairing roads in Scotland.
Appending:—Lieut. General Wade's certificate.
North Britain Book XI. pp. 388–9.
Mar. 18Lieut. General George Wade.1,00000For a rubble stone bridge of 3 arches over the River Spean, about 6 miles from Fort William.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 138.
Mar. 19Jonathan Arnold -2000Royal bounty for passage money as Minister to New England.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 267.
Charles Pasteur -2000Same as same to Virginia.Ibid.
Mar. 23Paymasters of Exchequer bills.1,30000Imprest to discharge Exchequer bills on malt, 1734, to meet salaries and incidents.
Appending:—Certificate.
Ibid., p. 268.
1736.
Mar. 25
Commissioners for Trade and Plantations.2,000001735, Christmas quarter's salaries.Ibid., p. 208.
Mar. 25Earl Waldegrave -1,30000Quarter's ordinary to 1735, Dec. 15, and extras, detailed, as Ambassador, &c., to France.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 271, 281, 282.
66000Quarter's ordinary to 1735, Dec. 15, and extras, detailed, as Ambassador, &c., to France.Money Book XXXVIII. pp. 271, 281, 282.
Earl of Essex -870001735, Christmas quarter's ordinary as Ambassador to King of Sardinia.Ibid., p. 271.
Benjamin Keene -69600Same, and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.Ibid., pp. 271, 281, 282.
298150Same, and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.Ibid., pp. 271, 281, 282.
James Lord Tyrawley.60600Same ordinary as same to Portugal.Ibid., p. 272.
John Goddard and Arthur Stert.43500Same as Commissaries to treat with those of Spain.Ibid.
each.
Martin Bladen, Samuel Tufnell, John Drummond.34800Same as same to treat with those of the Emperor and the States General.Ibid.
Hon. Edward Finch.43500Same and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden.Ibid., pp. 273, 282, 283.
10000Same and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden.Ibid., pp. 273, 282, 283.
10000Same and extras, detailed, as Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden.Ibid., pp. 273, 282, 283.
Thomas Robinson -43500Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Minister with the Emperor.Ibid., pp. 273, 280, 281.
42600Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Minister with the Emperor.Ibid., pp. 273, 280, 281.
James Dayrolle -26100Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Resident with the States General.Ibid., pp. 274–5.
15000Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as Resident with the States General.Ibid., pp. 274–5.
Elizæus Burgess -26100Same ordinary and extras, as same at Venice.Ibid., pp. 274, 280.
10000Same ordinary and extras, as same at Venice.Ibid., pp. 274, 280.
Sir Cyril Wich26100Same ordinary, as Envoy Extraordinary to the Hanse Towns.Ibid., p. 274.
Walter Titley26100Same and extras, detailed, as Resident with the King of Denmark.Ibid,, pp. 274–5.
10000Same and extras, detailed, as Resident with the King of Denmark.Ibid,, pp. 274–5.
Charles Fane -26100Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as same with the Court of Florence.Ibid., pp. 274, 281, 283.
10000Same ordinary and extras, detailed, as same with the Court of Florence.Ibid., pp. 274, 281, 283.
Claudius Rondeau26100Same ordinary, as same with the Czarina of Muscovy.Ibid., pp. 275–6.
40000Same ordinary, as same with the Czarina of Muscovy.Ibid., pp. 275–6.
Thomas Pelham17400Same ordinary, as secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to France.Ibid., p. 277.
Arthur Villettes17400Same as Secretary at Turin.Ibid.
John Crookshanks17400Same as same to Stert and Goddard.Ibid.
Melchior Guy Dickens.17400Same and extras, detailed, as same at Berlin.Ibid.
10000Same and extras, detailed, as same at Berlin.Ibid.
Robert Trevor17400Same ordinary as same to the Extraordinary Embassy to the States General.Ibid., p. 278.
Robert Daniel, employed on his Majesty's affairs in the Austrian Netherlands.10000Extras for 1 year to 1735, Christmas.Ibid.
Joseph Day -87001735, Christmas quarter, residing at Dunkirk.Ibid., pp. 278–9.
Charles Black -15000Same ordinary as Consul General at Algiers.Ibid., p. 279.
William Reade -9500Same as same at Tripoli.Ibid.
Abraham Castres -12500Same as Consul at Madrid.Ibid.
Mar. 25William Cayley -50001735, Christmas quarter's ordinary as Consul at Cadiz.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 279.
John Dean -5000Same as same in Flanders.Ibid.
William Latton -62100Same as same at Tetuan.Ibid.
Charles Holzendorff -10000Same for services performed in foreign parts.Ibid., p. 280.
William Ellis -85000Royal bounty.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 140.
[?]Clerks and Officers of the Exchequer.321111 year's fees, detailed, to date.Order Book XVI. p. 186.
Mar. 26John Law ton, late Senior Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer.792Locking up his Majesty's treasure, 1735, December 25, to 1735–6, March 2, date of his surrender of said office.Ibid., p. 187.
Henry Ballowe, present same.210Same, 1735–6, March 3 to 25.Ibid.
John Lawton et al.12000Lady Day quarter's additional allowance for sorting, &c., records in the Chapter House.Money Book XXXVIII p. 161.
John Beresford et al.77100Same quarter making up the books of the Public Revenue.Ibid., p. 133.
Customs Establishment, outports.12,21431Same quarter's salary bill.Customs Book XIV. p. 134.
Same, London port.7,82518Same.Ibid.
Thomas Mann et al. detailed.127100Same quarter, attendance and service in the Treasury Office.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 163.
Duke of Newcastle and Lord Harrington.462100Same quarter's salary as Secretaries of State.Ibid., p. 229.
each.
Lords of the Treasury.2,00000Same quarter's salaries.Ibid., p. 34.
Charles Valence Jones.5000Same, as one of the Solicitors for Treasury affairs.Ibid.
Sir Robert Walpole.40000Same, as Chancellor of the Exchequer.Ibid., p. 35.
Sir Thomas Allin and Thomas Spence.5010Same, as Serjeants at Arms.Ibid.
Henry Fane -5000Same, digesting books and papers in the Treasury Office.Ibid., p. 37.
William Ireland2500Same, extraordinary service in office of Auditor of the Receipt.Ibid.
John Jones1534Same, as Messenger attending the Customs officers.Ibid., p. 40.
John Couraud -5000Same, as Latin Secretary.Ibid., p. 42.
Richard Andrews37100Same, as solicitor for his Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer Court.Ibid.
David Polhill37100Same, supervising and digesting Records, &c., in the Tower.Ibid., p. 43.
George Holmes2500Same as chief clerk for same.Ibid.
Clerks of the Treasury, detailed.32500Same quarter's salaries.Order Book XVI. p. 27.
Horatio Walpole, Auditor General of America.12500Half-year due Lady-Day.Ibid., p. 25.
Mar. 26David Polhill12500Lady Day quarter as Keeper of the Records in the Tower.Order Book XVI. p. 2.
William Forbes -5000Same quarter as Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat.Ibid., p. 161.
William Mathew -30000Same as Captain General, &c., of the Leeward Islands.Ibid.
William Hanmer -15000Half-year due Lady Day as Lieutenant Governor of Nevis.Ibid., p. 123.
Christopher Loft5000Same, as Deputy Ranger or Keeper of the House Park, Windsor.Ibid., p. 122.
John Scrope6,60000Secret service.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 24.
Charles Bettridge500Lady Day quarter as porter at the Exchequer Gate.Order Book XVI. p. 28.
Nathaniel Cowdery12100Same, keeping the register of all public loans in office of Auditor of Receipt.Ibid.
Joshua Sharpe -719169Fees paid on the principal and subsidiary commissions for the survey of the Courts of Justice in England and Wales.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 142.
Mar. 28Lieutenant Thomas Maynwaring.2500Royal bounty out of the savings on the half-pay of reduced officers of the land forces of Great Britain.Ibid., p. 143.
Mar. 29John Hedges -2,00000Prince of Wales.Ibid., p. 30.
Mar. 31Thomas Lowther -1,50000His Majesty's service.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 33.
Hackney Coaches and Chairs Establishment.2801001736, Lady Day quarter's salary bill and incidents.Ibid. pp. 283–4.
970101736, Lady Day quarter's salary bill and incidents.Ibid. pp. 283–4.
House Duties Establishment.677100Same respectively.Ibid., p. 287.
142210¼Same respectively.Ibid., p. 287.
Salt Establishment, Scotland.62500Same quarter's salary bill.North Britain Book XI. pp. 391–4.
Customs Establishment, ibid.6,142160Same.Ibid., pp. 395–408.
William Fortescue, a Baron of the Exchequer.1,50000Dormant warrant for salary as such from 1735–6, Feb. 9.Money Book XXXVIII. p. 288.
per an.
Thomas Reeve, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.2,00000Same, as such from 1735–6, January 26.Ibid., pp. 288–9.
per an.
Sir John Comyns, a Justice of the Court of Common Pleas.1,50000Same, as such from 1735–6, Feb. 5.Ibid., p. 289.
per an.
John Wolrige, late Comptroller of Customs Plymouth port.Arrears on his patent salary of 10l. 16s. 8d. per an.Customs Book XVI. p. 163.