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A24055 An Abstract or brief declaration of the present state of His Majesties revenew with the assignations and defalcations upon the same : all monies brought into His Maiesties coffers from time to time, since his coming to the Crown of England, by what means so ever : the ordinary annuall issues, gifts, rewards, and extraordinary disbursments as they are distinguished in the severall titles hereafter following. 1651 (1651) Wing A148; ESTC R224467 29,692 78

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money out of the Receipt   2284     26000 Treasuror of the Chamber     l. Out of the Court of Wardes 1000 4000 Out of the Dutchie of Lancaster 3000 In Ready money out of the Receipt   16000     20000 Navie   l. Tresurer of the Navie for Harborrugh narrow Seas and Cordage 30000 Surveyours of marine victualls in ready money 10000   40000 Repaire and enlarging Parks c.   l. From Receivours generall 1000 In Ready money out of the Receipt 2000   3000 Dietts ready money Assignation   l. Lord Privie Seale 626 Star-chamber 1200 Justices of Assize 2000 Lord Cobham 516 Groomes of the Bed-chamber 900 Kings Riders 260 Walter Meeke the Kings barbour 100 His Presidents from Receivours generall 2408   8010 Ireland   l. In Fees and Annuities out of the Revenew there to the Civill State not inclined to these Issues 14000 In ready money out of the Receipt by establishment 403000 Castles and Forts 4917 Berwick and Comissioners of the North 3440 Lievtenant of the Ordnance 6000 Master of the Armory 400 Supply of Gunpowder 3200 Lievtenant of the Tower 4000 Keeper of the Gate-house 300 Gentlemen Pentioners 6000 Provision of Horses 1600 Secreet affaires 1400 Ambassadors 10000 Master of the Posts 3000 Liveries of the Guard 1150 Works 10000 Repaire of Stables 100 Jewel-house 6000 Revells 300 pounds Tents and Toilets 200 pounds 500 Rewards to Officers and others 3000 Barons of the Exchequer 300 Lib●ralities of the Exchequer and Receipt 1400 Blanck books for Customes and Imposition 200 Haye for Deare 140 Nonsuch gardens 200 Groomes and Pages 206 Sundry persons out of the Receipt in ready money viz. in Fees 25927 l. Perpetuities 515. Pentions 41494. 67936 Fees Annuities Perpetuities c.     l. Out of the great Customes 9899 52783 Out of the new Impositions Lord Admirall 2700 From Receivers generall 16006 Out of the Court of Wards 6000 Out of the Impost of Sea-coles 2000 Out of the Frence Wines 300 From Sheriffes 1600 Out of the chiefe Butlerage 278 Out of the Impost of Sweet-wines 2000 Out of the Silks 11000 Out of Glasses 1000     120719 Assignations   l. Almes 294 Defalcations   l. Great Customes for Goods Imported free 4525 Out of French Wines 2520 Sea-coles exported and imported free 2000 Portage of Moneyes 500 Building Ships 1500   11045   l. The Kings bounty by Assignation out of money for Forfeitures c. 3000 The whole Summe of all the Issues aforesaid viz.     l. Assignations 190265 487480 l. Defalcations 11045 Ready money 286170     l. Inequalities betweene the ready Money received and the ready Money issued upon the Ordinary the said Issues Exceeding the said Receipts 36617 Money extraordinarily raised since his MAIESTIES coming to the CROWNE   l. GIven by the Parliament Anno tertio regis Jacobi three Subsedies and six fifteenths and tenths of the Layety and four Subsedies of the Clergy payable at eleven severall payments all which by estimation amounteth unto 453000 Given by the Parliament Anno septimo Regis Jacobi one Subsedie and one fifteenth and tenth of the Layety which amounteth unto 106166 Sale of Lands some in Fee-simple and some in Fee-farme Mills and Parsonages 755020 Sale of Woods 47543 For Conformation of the Earle of Hartforts Title unto certaine Lands 15534 Compositions made upon defective Titles of Lands 37535 Compositions made for Assart Lands 23608 Fines of Coppy-holders and Leases of the Mortgaged Lands 18600 Silver oare out of the Scottish mine 1000 Ayde money collected throughout England to make Prince Henry Knight 21800 Ayde money collected throughout England to marry the Lady Elizabeth the Kings eldest daughter 20500 Loane Money upon privie Seals borrowed in the ninth year of King James yet unrepayed 111046 Money repayed by the French King due to the late Queen Elizabeth 60000 Money repayed by the Lords the State of the Low Countries due to the late Queen 248000 Besides 160000 l. in full discharge of that debt now paid in which makes the whole payment to be 421000 l.   l. Money raised by Creating Knights Baronits towards the defraying of the charge of the Army in Ireland Besides some few since 98550 Old debts of King Henry the eights time paid in by Sir Thomas Shirley upon their grant 10000 Farmors of the great Custome for renewing their Lease 20000 For the fine of the Lease of French and Rhenish Wines 16000 For the fine of the Lease of the Sweet Wines 28500 For the fine of the Lease of Tobacco 2000 The Earle of Northumberlands fine in the Starchamber compounded for 11000 The Lord Viscount Mountagues fine in the Star-chamber compounded for 4000 The Lord Stourtons fine in the Star-chamber compounded for 1000 For the grant made to Sir Lionell Cranfield for two yeares and a halfe to grant Licences to keep Taverns 5536 Sale of the Burgundie Jewels left there in pawne 3412 Sale of the goods confiscated in the Ship called the Pearle late returned from East India 8281 Paid in by the Executors of Thomas Sutton Esquire to be disposed for pious uses 10000 Given by the Lord Wotton of free-guift to his Majesty 1000 For the Fine of the Lease of Chiefe Butlerage of England 2000 Given to the King by way of Benevolence by the Lords and others 52909 Money raised for fines of Newbuildings in and about London 4000 The totall Sum is Two Millions one hundred ninety three thousands three hundred seventy and four pounds His Majesties extraordinary disbursments since his comming to the Crowne besides the ordinary Annuall Jssues   l. THe expence of his Majesty and his Traine in his journey from Scotland to London 10752 The Funerall charge of Queen Elizabeth 17428 The Kings Coronation and royall entrie 36145 Ambassadors and others sent into Forreine States besides the charge of Ledgier Ambassadors 20790 The diets of Ambassadors and others sent hither from Forraine States 31400 His Majesties Hous-hold expence over and above the yearly assignements and allowances 232200 In discharge of debts due in Ireland in the late Queenes time and in discharge of sundry provisions there over and above the establishment 247433 To the Treasuror of the Chamber over and above his ordinary yearly assignements 21362 The Queenes Childe-bed and other necessarie provisions for that time 52542 To the Gentleman of his Majesties Roabes over and above the yearly assignement 8680 For Jewells Pearles Plate c. over and above the assignement to the Jewel-house 158119 The charge of the Mine in Scotland 3059 The charge of diverse Masks besides the provisions had out of the Warderobe and materialls and Work-men from the Office of the Workes 7500 For provision of Tents and Toyles over and above the ordinary allowance 1800 For making and graving of sundry Seals for his Majesties service 1514 Purchase of Lands Parks Houses c. 125705 Building and repairing of Houses Lodges Parks Gardens c. 139900 For Secret and extraordinary services 12897 To the Commissioners for the late