Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series [Of the Commonwealth] 1649-1660 Volume 6

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series [Of the Commonwealth] 1649-1660 Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...12-14. Dec. 24. 60. Warrant by the Commissioners for Inspecting the Treasuries to the Treasurers-at-war to pay 17.392Z. 12s. 8d. to Rich. Hutchinson out of the six months' assessment, for the use of the navy. Receipted 13 Jan. 1654. 1 pages. Dec. 25. 61. Declaration of the quarterly salaries due to Col. Jno. Barkstead, Lieutenant of the Tower, 50Z.; John Baldwin, gentleman porter, 51. 13s. 8d.; and 40 yeomen warders named, 51. 0s. 4J. each from 29 Sept. to 25 Dec. 1653. Total 256?. 8s. 1 sheet 1653. VoL-XLIL Dec. 26. 62. Quarter's bill of Col. John Barkstead, Lieutenant of the Tower, for expenses on prisoners, repairs, wages, &c., e.g., for carrying Lieutenant Col. John Lilburne in barges to the Upper Bench and back, 21.; the preacher and physician to the prisoners, fee 51. each; surgeon 21. 10s. candles and oil for the several gates of the Tower, Si. 15s. Total of the quarter's bill, 17s. 4cZ, sheet. This does not include any charge for the diet oj the prisoners Dec. 26. Council. Day's Proceedings. I. John Barkstead, Esq., Lieutenant of the Tower, to detain in custody all prisoners committed by the late Parliament or Council of State, not release them without special order, and report from time to time what is necessary. 2-4. The Ordinance for altering some names and forms in writs, and settling proceedings in courts of law, &c, read and agreed to by Council, presented to the Protector, approved by him, passed for a law, and to be printed and published. 5. The Committee for Compounding to give warrants for payment to the officers and servants of the late Parliament of the salaries due to them, according to an order of Parliament. The Treasurers of Goldsmiths and Haberdashers' Hall to make payment according to the warrants; and the...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236643038
  • 9781236643032