Issues of the Exchequer; Being Payments Made Out of His Majesty's Revenue During the Reign of King James I.

Issues of the Exchequer; Being Payments Made Out of His Majesty's Revenue During the Reign of King James I.

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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. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...a ring of gold, bought of him for the said sum, and sent by his Majesty unto his dearest daughter the Electress Palatine. By writ, dated 20th of February, 1617, and by authority of a commission, dated 21st of July, 1618... 400 0 0.i By order, dated 9th of NovemWiUiamMannourry, a b 161g T w trench Physician. ) Nourry, Frenchman, practitioner in physic, the sum of 20/., in reward for his charges, travail, and attendance, being lately sent for from Plymouth, for his Majesty's service, by warrant from the Lords of the Council, and here attending, without account, imprest, or other charge, to be set upon him for the same. By writ, dated 6th of November, 1608, and by authority of a commission, dated 21st of July, 1618 20 0 0 Masque Thursday, 24th of December, 1618.--After our. hearty commendations. Whereas there is present occasion of the disbursement of some monies towards the providing of necessaries for the furnishing of the masque against Christmas, for which as yet there is no privy seal procured from his Majesty; therefore, and forasmuch as the necessity of this service may not be delayed till such time as a privy seal be procured for the same, these are therefore to require you forthwith to take order for the present payment of 200/. to Master Edward Leech, in part of such further sums of money as shall be allowed for this service, and this shall be a sufficient warrant to the Teller and you for the doing hereof, until such time as the privy seal shall be passed for the same, which shall with all con- . s. d. venient speed be effected for your discharge herein. Hereof fail you not. Whitehall, this 22nd of December, 1618. 200 0 0, By order, dated 29th of December, Sir LewesStukeleyA m8 That whefeas gir L V ice-Admiral. Stukeley, Knight, ...show more

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  • 9781236639332