Warrants for Minor Appointments
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'Warrants for Minor Appointments: 1736', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 3: 1735-1738 (1900), pp. 282-291. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91845 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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TABLE III.
1736.
Letters Patents, Royal Sign Manuals and Warrants, Treasury Warrants, Commissions, and Orders relating to Appointments.
1735–6.
Date.Nature of Order or Entry and Substance of Appointment.Reference.
Jan. 2Treasury letters patents. William Seymour, Comptroller of the Accompts of the Treasurer of his Majesty's Chamber, loco Edward Jenkins, gent., lately deceased, with a salary of 150l. per an.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 318.
Jan. 8Same. Chambre Lewis, gent., assistant to Edmund Pargiter, Comptroller General of the accounts of the Customs and Salt duty, Scotland, loco Anthony Norman, deceased, at 100l. per an. out of the said Comptroller's salary.North Britain Book XI. pp. 354–5.
Treasury warrants to Customs Commissioners. Peter Westcott to be procured by said Commissioners to be comptroller at Looe, Plymouth port, loco Peter Jewell, deceased, and to be placed for the allowance made by the Crown on the establishment of the Customs; Nathaniel Milby, to be mate of the sloop in Liverpool port, loco Robert Robinson, employed elsewhere; Richard Whiteside, to be a tidesman, Liverpool port, loco Richard Walley, deceased; Henry Rice, tidesman, in the inferior list, London, preferred to the superior list, loco John Daw, deceased; Richard Baker to succeed Rice in the inferior list.Customs Book XIV. p. 152.
J. Scrope to the Commissioners of Hackney Coaches, for them to appoint Henry Harris their register and clerk, loco Rudolphe White.Letter Book XIX. p. 394.
Jan. 13Treasury warrants. William Donaldson, a tidesman at Prestonpans, loco Robert Gardyn, deceased, at 20l. per an.; Alexander Gordon, land waiter and searcher at Alloa, loco Cuthbert Kelburn, resigned, at 25l. per an.; James Reid, land carriage waiter, Glasgow, loco John Fraser, deceased, at 20l. per an.; Alexander Allan, tidesman at Montrose, loco Peter Brown, deceased, at 18l. per an.North Britain Book XI. p. 381.
Jan. 15Treasury commission. John Lyons, surveyor of houses, Middlesex, loco Charles Brockwell, dismissed.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 11.
Jan. 15Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Joseph Hawes, tide surveyor, Yarmouth port, loco Benjamin Scurry, dismissed; William Robert Sesse, to be riding officer from Burton to Exmouth, to reside at Lyme, loco John Sesse, superannuated; Robert Buck, tidesman, Yarmouth port, loco John Walsby, superseded; Waldron Dyer, landwaiter, Falmouth port, loco John Stephens, superannuated; Henry Pawley and Philip Denham, tidesmen in Truro port, locis Richard Plint and William Gribble, dismissed.
Treasury letters patent. John Symonds, searcher, Yarmouth port.
Customs Book XIV. pp. 153–4.
Jan. 22Treasury warrant approving Thomas Jones as deputy to W. Seymour in the office of Comptroller of the accounts of Treasurer of the Chamber.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 332.
Same. Samuel Daniel, jun., to be distributor of stamped parchment and paper for the East Division of the county of Essex, loco John Baker, deceased.Ibid., p. 333.
Same to the Customs Commissioners. Francis Swetnam, tidesman and boatman, Plymouth port, loco Walter Troute, deceased; John Whetstone, a tidesman and boatman at Topsham, Exeter port, loco James Fabian, deceased.Customs Book XIV. p. 153.
Jan. 23Treasury warrant for letters patent. George Marshall, comptroller of Customs, Plymouth port, loco William Taylor, deceased.Ibid., p. 155.
Jan. 26Letters patent by the King. Thomas Reeve, a Justice of the Common Pleas, to be Chief Justice of the same.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 133.
Jan. 27Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Thomas Linaker, a tidesman, Liverpool port, loco James Charles, superannuated; Joseph [corrected to George] Wilson, same ibid., loco Robert Preston, superannuated; Samuel Berry, tide surveyor, Liverpool, loco Thomas Fillingham, deceased.Customs Book XIV. p. 156.
Feb. 5Same to same John Bainbrigg, surveyor of the coast business, London port, to be assistant to the surveyor of the East India warehouses there, loco David Davies, deceased; Brown Berney, coast waiter, ibid., to succeed Bainbrigg as surveyor of the coast business.Ibid.
Letters patent by the King. Sir John Comyns, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, to be a Justice of the Common Pleas.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 134.
Feb. 7Same, by writ of Privy Seal. Samuel Long, keeper of the book or books wherein entries are made of all ships coming into London port, and of all warrants by officers of Customs in said port, loco Samuel Sturges, who had been appointed by letters patent under the Great Seal of Feb. 9, 1 George II.Ibid, pp. 121–3.
Feb. 9Same by the King. William Fortescue, Serjeant-at-law, to be one of the Barons of the Exchequer.Ibid., p. 128.
Same by same. John Strange, of the Middle Temple, to be one of the King's counsel learned in the law.Ibid. p. 168.
Feb. 10Treasury warrant Robert Bird, distributor of stamps for Yarmouth, loco Anthony Taylor, superseded.Warrant relating to Money XXV, p. 335.
Same to Customs Commissioners. Richard Betty to be riding officer in Fowey port, loco John Toller, to be superannuated; William Waldo to be land-carriageman London port, loco Thomas Swailes, to be superseded; Edward Berkley, tide surveyor at Portsmouth, to be a coastwaiter, London port, loco Brown Berney, preferred.Customs Book XIV. p. 157.
Feb. 14Royal letters patents by the King. Richard Hollins, of Lincoln's Inn, one of the King's counsel learned in the law, with the wages and fee of 40l. per an.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 339–40.
Letters patent by the King. Francis Chute, of the Middle Temple, to be one of the King's counsel learned in the law, with the wages and fees of 40l. of good and lawful money of Great Britain yearly.Ibid., p. 168.
The like, for John Brown, of Lincoln's Inn, to be the like.Ibid.
Feb. 20Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. John Elliston, a watchman, London port, loco William Roberts, deceased.Customs Book XIV. p. 159.
Feb. 27Same to same. Richard Gildart to be a deputed searcher, London port, loco Benjamin Bucknall, deceased.Ibid., p. 159.
Mar. 3Same to same. William Baskerville, tide surveyor, Portsmouth, loco Edward Berkeley, preferred; John Awborne, tidesman in the superior list, London port, loco John Mottershead, superannuated; James Weir to succeed Awborne in the inferior list; Charles Rayner, waiter at Harwich, loco Ralph St. John, deceased; Thomas Davis, a weighing porter, London port, loco Richard Knight, deceased.Ibid., p. 160.
Treasury warrant. John Lawton approved as first clerk in the office of the Honourable Sir Charles Turner, one of the four Tellers in the Exchequer.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 343.
Mar. 10Same. Roger Perry, a layer-on and taker-off of paper from the rolling presses, loco Thomas Pasmore, deceased.Ibid., p. 345.
Mar. 11Same. William Maxwell, deputy in North Carolina, loco Robert Hall, declined, to Horatio Walpole, Auditor and Surveyor General of his Majesty's revenues in America.Ibid., p. 52.
Treasury commission. John Wight, jun., surveyor of houses, Surrey, loco Timothy Conniers, deceased.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 11.
Mar. 17Treasury warrants to Customs Commissioners. George Waters, tide surveyor, Shields, Newcastle port, loco Thomas Akenside, resigned; Richard May, boatman, Plymouth, loco John Goare, superannuated; Thomas Legge, land surveyor, Liverpool, loco Joseph Bentley; Jasper Waters, boatman, Colchester, loco Edward Johnson, deceased; Thomas Craig, a waterman, London port, loco Richard Reynolds, superannuated; Charles Lambe, collector at Fowey, loco William Toller Treffry, deceased; Parkins Robins to be appointed deputy comptroller at Looe, and placed on the establishment for the usual allowance of 10l. per an.; Robert Winder to be land waiter and to act as coast waiter, Lancaster port, loco Christopher Hopkins, superannuated.Customs Book XIV. p. 162.
Mar. 19J. Scrope to same. David Guerin to be instructed at the waterside in Customs affairs, London port.Ibid., p. 170.
1736.
Mar. 31
Treasury warrants to same. Francis Bone, a tidesman in the inferior list, loco Benjamin Macfeild, deceased; James Herbert, messenger and preventive officer at Ravenglass, Whitehaven port, loco Edward Herring, superannuated; John Darbyshire, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco William Parrock, superannuated; Joseph Nicholson, tidesman and boatman, Whitehaven, loco Thomas Fletcher, deceased; Robert Bradshaw, tidesman, superior list [London port], loco Robert Brigham, superannuated; William Nicholls to succeed Bradshaw in the inferior list; Thomas Story, tidesman, inferior list, ibid., loco Walter Barefoot, deceased; William Brown, same, ibid., loco John Hickson, deceased; Thomas Harramund, same, ibid.,loco Robert Dewxall, deceased.Ibid., p. 164.
Mar. 31Treasury Commission. Thomas Morgan, surveyor of houses, Monmouth, loco Henry Morgan, deceased.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 11.
April 7Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Simon Cole, tidesman and boatman, Plymouth, loco John Roope, superannuated; William Tingcombe, waiter and searcher at Bodinnock, Fowey port, loco Thomas Treffry, resigned; Nathaniel Heckford, tidesman, superior list, London port, loco Edward Soley, deceased; William Rice to succeed Heckford in the inferior list.Customs Book XIV. p. 164.
Treasury Commission. Humphry Cony, surveyor of houses, part of Norfolk.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 7.
April 13Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners. Samuel Phillips, tidesman and boatman at Penzance, and John Cornewell, tidesman in the inferior list [London port], to exchange places.Customs Book XIV. p. 165.
J. Scrope to the Salt Commissioners. For them to constitute William Dent solicitor for the duties on salt, loco William Johnson, resigned.Letter Book XIX. p. 403.
April 14Treasury warrants. Patrick Clark, a riding officer under William Hamilton; Alexander Robertson, a tidesman, Leith, loco Colin Lennox, dismissed, at 20l. per an.; Hugh Miller, same, Ayr, loco David Dunbar, deceased, at 15l. per an.; George Philp, same, Inverness, loco Henry Dow, deceased, at 18l. per an.; Robert Brown, same, Burrowstounness, loco David Douglas, deceased, at 20l. per an.; William Miln, same, Alloa, loco William Hardy, deceased, at 20l. per an.; Charles Miller, an officer of the salt duty, at Prestonpans, at 25l. per an., loco John Hamilton, dismissed; John Fowle, a tidesman, Ayr, to be same at Kirkcaldy, loco John William Cosens, dismissed, at 20l. per an.; David Stephen, same Ayr, loco Fowle.North Britain Book XI. p. 410.
April 15Royal warrant to the Attorney or Solicitor General, for a Bill to pass the Great Seal for a new Commission of Stamps, to include Sir Brocas Gardinir, John Shorter, Richard Shelley, William Fisher, and Brinley Skinner; said Brinley Skinner being added in room of Burrington Goldsworthy.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 144b–145.
Treasury warrant for letters patent under the Exchequer Seal. Humphry Ambler, steward and keeper of the court leet, liberties, and views of frankpledge, &c., of his Majesty's manors at Cookham and Bray, co. Berks., loco Thomas Reeve, now Chief Justice of Common Pleas.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 365.
April 16Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Daniel Hayes, tidesman, Liverpool port, loco Charles Norton, dismissed; Thomas Pemberton, boatman at Helbre and Hoylake, Liverpool port, loco Thomas Rigby, deceased; James Ellames, tidesman, Liverpool port, loco James Gleast, dismissed; Jonathan Gibson, tidesman, Liverpool port, loco John Page, dismissed; William Brerewood, jun., surveyor of Customs at Potomac, in Maryland, to do duty on both sides the river, loco Joseph Brown, preferred to be collector at Salem and Marblehead, in New England.Customs Book XIV. p. 166.
April 21Same to same. William Jackson, a boatman at Mersea Island, Colchester port, loco Ambrose Corby, resigned; Henry Smith, a boatman at Brightlingsea, Colchester port, loco Joseph Waters, sen., deceased; William Hire, boatman, Plymouth port, loco William Bullock, superannuated.Ibid.
April 29Same to same. William Rysing, waiter and searcher, Lowestoft, Yarmouth port, loco Thomas Marker, deceased.Ibid., p. 169.
April 30Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Edward Arnold, tidesman, inferior list, London port, and Thomas Davis, a weighing porter there, to exchange places.Customs Book XIV. p, 169.
May 7Same to same. Edward Glover, a tidesman in the inferior list, London port, loco Edward White, superannuated.Ibid.
May 17Treasury warrant. John Wadd to succeed Rice Williams, superseded, as a stamper.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 369.
Letters patent by Royal sign manual. George Earl of Cholmondeley, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Keeper of the Seal appointed for said office, loco John Duke of Rutland, by surrender.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 171–3.
May 20Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Gilbert Campbell, tidesman in inferior list, London port, loco Gabriel Ibbotson.Customs Book XIV. p 170.
Same to same. Ralph Carter, tidesman and boatman, Weymouth port, loco John Clayton, deceased.Ibid.
June 8Same to same. Edward Onslow, tide surveyor, Chester port, to be riding surveyor, Liverpool, for Liverpool and the coast of Lancaster, loco Charles Chadwick; John Poynton to succeed Onslow, at Chester; John Smith to be one of the waiters and searchers and to take care of the collieries at Tenby, Milford port, loco Thomas Williams; William Williams, a tidesman, superior list, London port, loco William Kiplin, deceased; Samuel Horlock to succeed Williams in the inferior list; Edward Tucker, tidesman and boatman, Exmouth, Exeter port, loco John Brent, deceased.Ibid.
Same to same. Edward Webb to be established a riding officer from Saltash to Launceston and Tavistock, Plymouth port, at a salary of 35l. per an.Ibid., p. 172.
June 10Same to same. Jeremiah Sankee, a tidesman and boatman, Plymouth port, loco John Perry, to be superannuated; James Talbot, a watchman, London port, loco Thomas Coulton, deceased.Ibid., p. 173,
June 17Same to same. William Weston, a waiter and searcher at Sarum [sic ? Wareham] Poole port, loco Ferdinando Young, deceased; John Matthews, tidesman and boatman, Harwich port, loco Anthony Deane, superannuated; William Robinson, commander of the Customs smack at Gravesend. to be commander of the “Princess Mary” Customs sloop, in London port, and to inspect and survey the vessels and boats employed in the service between Dover, Harwich, and Gravesend, loco Richard Clement, deceased; Charles Brady to command the smack at Gravesend, loco Robinson.Ibid.
June 22Treasury commission to the Receivers General, detailed, of Land-tax, 1736, for the various counties, detailed.Affairs of Taxes IV. pp. 168–172, 173.
June 24Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. John Harvey, collector of Customs, Bridgwater port, loco John Oldmixon, resigned.Customs Book XIV. p, 174.
Treasury warrant for letters patent. Jonathan Burward, jun., and Philip Westfaling to be one of the five under-searchers of London port, loco Charles Westfaling and said Burward.Ibid., p. 175.
June 28Royal warrant by the Queen as Guardian, &c., for letters patent to pass the Seal appointed by the Act of Union for the Great Seal of Scotland, constituting Archibald Bothwell Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh, loco James Bruce, deceased.North Britain Book XI. p. 438.
June 28Royal warrant by the Queen for fresh Commissions of the Revenue and Excise respectively in Ireland, Samuel Gray being established in both Commissions, in place of William Harrison, lately deceased; the new Commissioners being—for Excise, Edward Thompson, Robert Sawyer Herbert, Edward Riggs, Henry Boyle, and Samuel Gray; and for Revenue, Edward Thompson, Robert Sawyer Herbert, Giles Earle, Edward Riggs, John Viscount Galway, Henry Boyle, and Samuel Gray.Irish Book IX. p. 89.
June 29Treasury warrant. James Forbes, land waiter and searcher at Stranraer, to be same at Ayr, at 25l. per an., loco Hugh Donald, dismissed; Thomas Nasmyth to succeed Forbes at Stranraer, at 25l. per an.; James Junes, watchman of salt duties, Alloa, loco James Lorimer, deceased, at 15l. per an.; James Watson, salt officer, Borrowstounness, loco Robert Kerr, dismissed, at 25l. per an.; John Connochar, a tidesman at the Lewis, loco Alexander McLennan, deceased, at 12l. per an.; Henry Duncan, same, Dundee, loco Alexander Nicol. deceased, at 15l. per an.; James Rennie, cooper, at Leith, loco Robert Provan, deceased, at 24l. per an.; Thomas Tory, a tidesman, Shetland, loco Donald Morison, who never appeared, at 15l. per an.North Britain Book XI. p. 437.
Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Francis Stuart, a tidesman, Liverpool port, loco Josiah Preston, dismissed; John Sheall, same, Yarmouth port, loco Owner Burroughs, deceased; William Seymour, same, superior list, London port, loco John Booth, deceased; Henry Rutland to succeed Seymour in the inferior list.Customs Book XIV. p. 178.
Royal warrant by the Queen. Arthur Hill to be register of the memorials of all deeds, conveyances, &c., made of any honours, manors, lands, &c., in Ireland, on a surrender of the said office by Arthur Hill and Laurence Brodrick.Irish Book IX. pp. 90–1.
July 1Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners, John Lloyd, deputy to Philip Westfaling and Jonathan Burward, in the office of one of the five under-searchers of London port.Customs Book XIV. p. 198.
Treasury letters patent. New Commission for Hawkers and Pedlars, viz., William Luke, Henry Lane, and Robert Bland, in abrogation of the previous Commission of 1732–3, Feb. 6, which appointed William Luke, Henry Lane, and Francis Charleton, said Charleton having resigned.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 383.
Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. John Rieusset, collector of Customs, Bath town, North Carolina, loco Roger Ormond, deceased; Nathaniel Fowler, copying clerk outwards, London port, loco Joseph Bicknall, deceased; John Phillips, boatman. Hastings, Rye port, loco Thomas Bourner, deceased; John David Barbutt, examiner of the sufficiency of officers' securities and solicitor of the payment of debts standing out in the Plantation Receipt, loco Bendall Martin, to be superseded.Customs Book XIV. p. 178.
July 22Same to same. Thomas Springall, a noon tender, London port, loco William Barsby, deceased.Ibid., p. 182.
July 23Same to same. Samuel Brown, tidesman and boatman, Swansea port, loco Francis Weaver, superannuated.Ibid., p. 188.
July 27Same to same. Thomas Williams, tidesman and boatman, Padstow, loco Richard Rouncevall, dismissed.Ibid.
Aug. 3Same to same. Robert Shreeve, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Robert Harris, dismissed.Ibid.
Aug. 3Treasury warrant. John Kingston, a stamper, loco Peter Jenkinson, to be superseded.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 387.
Aug. 4Royal warrant by the Queen as Guardian, &c., to the Attorney or Solicitor General, for a Bill to pass the Great Seal. John Gould, inspector of the outport collectors' accounts in England, Wales, and Berwick-on-Tweed, loco Alexander Gould, deceased, at a salary of 400l. per an. for himself, and 200l. per an. for four clerks.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 207.
Aug. 4
and later.
Treasury commissions to the Receivers of house duties for various counties.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 60.
Aug. 5Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Thomas Bond, surveyor, waiter, and searcher, Looe port, loco John Chubb, deceased; John Bolton, weighing porter in port of London, loco Thomas Johnson, deceased. Prefixing:—Customs Commissioners' report.Customs Book XIV. pp. 188–9.
Aug. 12Treasury warrant. John Ewing, land carriage waiter, Glasgow, loco Gilbert Downie, deceased, at 20l. per an.; James Morison, a tidesman at Port Glasgow, loco Anthony Birkbeck, deceased, at 20l. per an.; William Miln, tidesman, Inverness, loco Edward Peacock, at 20l. per an.; John Finlay, same, ibid., loco Alexander Robertson, removed to Leith, at 18l. per an.; Hugh Anderson, an officer of the salt duty, at Alloa, loco Hugh Hamilton, deceased, at 25l. per an.; John Anderson, a tidesman at Alloa, loco William Miln, who is twice warranted for the said port, at 20l. per an.; John Macunchael, an additional tidesman at Perth, at 18l. per an.North Britain Book XI. p. 470.
Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. George Lylles, tidesman, superior list, London port, loco Edward White, superannuated; Charles Burnet to succeed Lylles in the inferior list.Customs Book XIV. p. 190.
Letters patent by writ of Privy Seal. John Kettell, of Bromley, St. Leonard's, Middlesex, to be Windsor Herald-at-Arms, loco James Whorwood, of Devonshire Street, in the parish of St. John the Martyr, said Whorwood having been appointed by letters parent of 17 December, 13 George I., and having surrendered said office by an instrument of date 1736, July 23; all with an annuity of 40 marks.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 253–5.
Aug. 19Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. William Matthews, tidesman and boatman, Swansea port loco Matthew Hall, deceased; Vincent Edwards, a noontender, London port, loco Thomas Evans, resigned.Customs Book XIV. p. 190.
Aug. 24Treasury warrant. Evan Meredith, distributor of stamped parchment and paper, Radnor county, loco James Roberts, who declined to give security.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 394.
Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. William Stammers, collector of Customs and deputy customer at Weymorth port, loco Robert Watts, resigned; Christopher Durton, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Rowland Wynn, deceased; Peter Stacy, a watchman, Bristol port, loco Joseph England, superannuated.Customs Book XIV. p. 192.
Aug. 30Same to same. Richard Haddelston, a tidesman, Liverpool port, loco Jonathan Whifield, deceased; Lawrence Etough, same, ibid., to be waiter and searcher there, loco Paul Amias, deceased; William Wright, to succeed Etough, as tidesman.Ibid.
Sept. 2Same to same. Edward Hart, waiter and searcher, Lynn Regis port, loco Francis Charlton, deceased,Ibid., p. 190.
Sept. 7Royal warrant by the Queen as Guardian, &c., to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a Bill to pass the Great Seal. Thomas Howlett and Joseph Pratt, master bricklayer of all his Majesty's works and buildings, loco Thomas Churchill, lately deceased.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 227.
Sept. 9Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Richard Wheeler, a tidesman in the inferior list, Bristol port, loco William Catcott, deceased.Customs Book XIV. p. 193.
Sept. 14Same to same. Thomas Doole, a tidesman in the inferior list, Bristol port, loco Isaac Chance, deceased.Ibid.
Sept. 21Treasury warrant. Philip Friend, inspector of gaming houses and of vendors of cards and dice, pamphlets, &c, loco John Ruttee, deceased.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 402.
Sept. 22Royal warrant by the Queen as Guardian, &c., to the Attorney or Solicitor General, for a Bill to pass the Great Seal. Thomas Boothby Skrymsker, Register General of all trading ships belonging to Great Britain, loco Robert Pringle, deceased.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 240.
Oct. 1Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. George Williams, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Francis Gregg, superannuated; Richard Kemp, a boatman, Torcross, Dartmouth port, to be tidesman and boatman there, loco Philip King, deceased; Humphry Sainthill to succeed Kemp as boatman.Customs Book XIV. p. 197.
Oct. 7Same to same. John Colbatch, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Jeremiah Rumfield, deceased.Ibid.
Oct. 11Same to same. Meredith Jones, a weighing porter, London port, loco Thomas Willigo, deceased.Ibid.
Oct. 13Royal warrant by the Queen as Guardian, &c., to the Attorney or Solicitor General, for a bill to pass the Great Seal. Samuel Long, housekeeper of his Majesty's house at Newmarket, loco Andrew Charlton, deceased.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 247.
Oct. 14Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. John Lowes, tide surveyor, Newcastle port, loco John Stanley, deceased.Customs Book XIV. p. 197.
Oct. 19Same to same. Henry Ker, a tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Henry Barnes, deceased.Ibid., p. 198.
Oct. 21Letters patents by writ of Privy Seal. Samuel Long, housekeeper of his Majesty's house at Newmarket, in Cambridgeshire, loco Andrew Charlton, deceased, with the fee of 200l. per an.King's Warrant Book XXXII. p. 251–2.
Treasury commission. John Hudson, surveyor of houses, Sussex, loco John Box, deceased.Affairs of Taxes IV. p. 11.
Treasury warrants to Customs Commissioners. — Neel, supervisor of the Eastern Division of Kent, loco Alban Spencer, deceased; John Fransham, a watchman, London port, loco John Slew, deceased; John Coleman and William Phillips to be reinstated as tide surveyor and surveyor and waiter respectively, in Harwich port. Prefixing:—John Manley's letter from said Commissioners to the Treasury concerning same.Customs Book XIV. pp. 198, 199, 200.
Oct. 26Same to same. John Stockton, boatman at Helbre and Hoylake, Liverpool port, loco Thomas Pemberton, deceased.Ibid., p. 199.
Oct. 26Treasury warrant. John Campbell, comptroller of customs in the Lewis, loco Duncan Finlason, resigned, at 30l. per an.North Britain Book XI. p. 491.
Nov. 25Same. John Sandell approved deputy to John Phillipps, weigher and teller of the Mint.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. 407.
Same to Customs Commissioners. Valentine Boyles, collector of customs at Blakeney and Cley, to be collector of Wells port, loco John Keene, deceased; Patrick Eson to succeed Boyles at Blakeney and Cley; William Buck, surveyor, Wells port, loco William Smith, deceased; Stephen Coulson, boatman, Newcastle, loco Robert Wood, deceased; William Matthews, waiter and searcher, Swansea, loco Walter Whitney, deceased; William Penleaze, a tidesman, superior list [London port], loco Maurice Lower, deceased; Richard Spinks to succeed Penleaze in the inferior list; Stephen Daw, same, superior list, ibid., loco John Jones, deceased; John Toller to succeed Daw in the inferior list; John Hurdis, deputy to the comptroller at Newhaven, Chichester port, loco John Barham, superannuated; Francis Jennings, additional boatman, Ipswich port, loco John Goodchild, dismissed.Customs Book XIV. p. 201.
Nov. 29Letters patent by the King, promulgated by the Queen as Guardian of the Kingdom, &c. Charles Dunbar, Receiver General of all rents, revenues, prizes, fines, escheats, forfeitures, and other profits and duties payable to his Majesty in the Leeward Caribbee Islands: Dunbar to account for same before the Auditor and Surveyor General of his Majesty's revenues in America.King's Warrant Book XXXII. pp. 260–1.
Dec. 1Treasury letters patent. William Stanley approved deputy to Sir Edmond Elwill, Comptroller of Excise, New Imposts, &c.Warrants not relating to Money XXV. p. 408.
Dec. 2Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. John Cock, collector of Customs, Padstow port, loco Richard Score, jun.; William Arthur, tidesman and boatman, ibid., loco Richard Rounsevall, dismissed; John Denham, tidesman, Truro port, to be riding officer at St. Agnes, Saint Ives port, loco Richard Loss, deceased; Edward Hewet to succeed Denham as tidesman.Customs Book XIV. p. 202.
Dec. 7Same to same. James Lucas, a waterman, London port, loco William Kinnick, deceased.Ibid.
Dec. 9J. Scrope to Customs Commissioners Joseph Jennings, a tidesman and boatman, Poole port, to be placed on the superannuated list.Ibid., p. 199.
Dec. 10Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Philip Steers, commander of a sloop in Liverpool, loco Brooke Richmond, resigned.Ibid., p. 202.
Dec. 16Same to same. Joseph Smith, a weighing porter, Newcastle port, loco William Middleton, deceased; William Pope, tidesman and boatman, Poole port, loco Joseph Jennings, superannuated.Ibid.
Dec. 21Treasury warrant. William Douglas, Surveyor General of tobacco at Borrowstounness, loco James Hamilton, dismissed, at 100l. per an.North Britain Book XI. p. 8.
Dec. 21Treasury warrant to Customs Commissioners. Alexander [corrected to Gilbert] Campbell, a tidesman, superior list, London port; Richard Whitchells to succeed Campbell in the inferior list; William Northwood, same, superior list, ibid., loco Edwin Carden, deceased; John Long to succeed Northwood in the inferior list.Customs Book XIV. p. 203.
Dec. 22Same to same. John Dumbrack, a land carriageman, London port, loco Thomas Dumbrack, his father, superannuated.Ibid., p. 203.
Dec. 30Same to same. Francis Irwin, tidesman and porter, Whitehaven port, loco John Hudson, superannuated.Ibid.