Contains 78 Results:
Box 3, 1694-1791 and undated
Folder 2, 1696
Folder 3, 1697-1699
Folder 4, 1700-1709
Folder 5, 1741-1791 and undated
Order, 1694 February 7
Order by the Privy Council, Whitehall, to the Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Derby and Nottingham and Custos Rotularum of Derby, to impress seamen with instructions. Signed by Thomas Osborne, duke of Leeds, Thomas Herbert, earl of Pembroke; John Egerton, earl of Bridgewater; Thomas Grey, earl of Stamford; Charles, Lord Cornwallis; and [?]. 2 pp. DS.
Letter, 1694 May 21
Rudolph Agustus, Anthony Ulrius, dukes of Brunswick and Luneburg to King William III Received his letter telling of his safe arrival in the Hague; prays for luck and prosperity for the king; hopes he will return in triumph over his enemy. In Latin. 1 p. LS. includes translation, 1 p., by Julian Ward Jones, Jr., Prof. of Classical Studies, College of William and Mary.
Letter, 1694 May 31
John Hugo Archbishop Elector of Trier, Ehrenbreitstein, to King William III Received the king's letter written from The Hague telling of his arrival; is sending his adviser and marshal, the baron of Leyen Sassig, to report back what the state of their affairs an the disposition of the enemy in that region; hopes the King will continue his royal favors. in Latin. 2 pp. LS. Includes translation (1 p.) by Julian Ward Jones, Jr., Prof of Classical Studies, College of William and Mary.
Letter, 1694 June 9
Leopold I Emperor, Vienna, to William III Heard that William III reached the Hague. Prays he will be successful in achieving a lasting, honorable peace. Signature in gilt. Countersigned by H. Amadeus, Count of Windish-Grätz. In Latin. 2 pp. LS. Includes translation, 2 pp. and transcript. 1 p.
Receipt, 1694 July 21
Receipt for five pounds, seven pence, three farthings for half a years payment on the one hundred pounds Rachel Russell paid into the Exchequer for "carrying on a vigorous war against France." Signed by Rachel Russell. 1 p. DS
Letter, 1694 October 26
Joseph Clement, Archbishop & Elector of Cologne, Liege, to (William III) Mentions his election as Bishop of Liege, promises to support the King, urges the King to help the people of Liege. In French. 1 p. LS. Includes transcription and translation (2 pp) by Robert H. Welch, Assoc. Prof. Mod. Langs. & Lits., 1993
Warrant, 1694 November 16
Warrant to the Commissioner of the Treasury to pay to Richard Hutchinson, Esquire, solicitor for the affairs of customs and assigns, six hundred pounds as an addition to his salary. Signed by William III and countersigned by Sydney Godolphin, Stephen Fox, Charles Montague, Sir William Trumbull, and John Smith. 1 p. Ds.
Letter, circa 1694 November 9
9/19 November, 1694. William III, Canterbury, to Prince of Vaudemont. Arrived in Canterbury. To stay overnight. Good crossing. Hopes the Prince has a good trip to Brussels and he will soon be well. In French. 1 p. ALS. includes translation, 1 p. and typescript. 1 p.
A list of days, counties and cities, 1694
"The word for the month of May, 1694." Signed by William III. A list of days, counties and cities. 1 p. DS.
Letter, before 1695 and undated
Marie (Queen Mary), Dieren, to Lady Anne Walsingham. Sends her condolences on the death of Lady Anne's daughter. 2 pp. ALS. Torn. undated; and August [before 1695].
Petition, 1695 January 4
Petition from Ralph Gray to the Right Honorable Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Sir John Somers. Asks that his grant of patent to operate and maintain the lighthouses at Evenferness or Fordness and taking certain duties upon tonage of ships and other things be allowed. Signed R[obert] Gray. 1 p. DS, undated. Includes note on the outside by Sir Edward Turner: "Mr. Gray's petition to the Lord Keeper to pass his Patent which was stopt upon hearing till I have the King's answer." 1 p.
Warrant, 1695 January 15
Warrant to the Commissioners of the treasury to pay to Sir Leonard Robenson, Knight Chamberlain of the City of London, one thousand pounds to distribute it to the poor of the city. Signed by William III, Stephen Fox, Charles Montague, John Smith. 1 p. DS.
Letter, circa 1695 March 1
1/11 Mars [March], 1695. William III, Richmond, to [?] Discusses strategy of forthcoming campaigns on continent, the military and political situation in Flanders, Spain and Northern Italy. Mentions Auberkerk, the Elector of of Saxony, Diest, [Has Adam von] Schoenig, and Prince Eugen. In French. 4 pp. ALS. Includes translation, 3 pp., and typescript. 2 pp.
Warrant, 1695 March 4
Warrant to the commissioners of the Treasury to pay to Thomas Neale, Esq., Master and Worker of the mint, the sum or sums not to exceed ten thousand pounds upon accompt for expenses and the services of the mint. Signed by William III, Stephen Fos, Charles Montague, John Smith. 1 p. Ds.
Warrant, 1695 May 4
Warrant to the commissioners of the Treasury to pay to Charles Godfrey, Esq., one thousand pounds in part of arrears of a rent charge. Countersigned by Sydney Godolphin, Stephen Fox, Charles Montague, William Trumbull, and John Smith. 1 p. DS.
Warrant, 1695 May 3
Warrant to the Commissioners of the Treasury to pay Hugh Gregg two hundred eight pounds ten shillings for services performed while residing with the King of Denmark. Signed at Kensington by William III and by Sydney Godolphin, Stephen Fox, Charles Montague, William Trumbull, and John Smith. 1 p. DS.
Warrant, 1695 May 4
Warrant to the Commissioners of the Treasury to pay Paul Foley, Esq., Speaker of the House of Commons, two hundred fifty five pounds, paid at five pounds per day from 15 March to 4 May. Signed at Kensington by William III and by Sydney Godolphin, Stephen Fox, William Trumbul, and John Smith. 1 p. DS.
Order, circa 1695 June 6
1695 6/16 June. Order of William III, Camp at Vecelaer [?], to Meinhard Schomburg Duke of Schomberg, commander in chief, to conduct courts martial in the King's absence whenever and wherever necessary. Signed by William III and countersigned by William V. Blathwayt. 2 pp. DS.
Letter, 1695 June 25
Letter, 1695 July 21
William III, Camp outside Namur, to [?]. Expresses pleasure at resolution of difficulty between recipient and Duke of Witten burg. Impatient to take the town of Diksmuide. Fears supplies are running low there. In French. 2 pp. ALS. Includes translation. 1 p.