Act The Toune of Innerkeithen anent accounts
The Lords of their Majesties privy Councell Having Considered the Accompts given In to them as resting be their Majesties forces to the Inhabitants of the toune of Innerkeithen with the Instructiones and verificationes therof Togither with the Report of the Committie appoynted for reviseing the Accompts resting Be their Majesties forces to the Countrie They Find the haill articles of the saids accompts (except the Eighteenth article of Captaine Harpars Company The fourth and sixth articles of the Leivtennant Collonells company The fourth article of the Majors Companie and tuenty fifth article of Captaine Hamiltons company all in the Lord Bargenies regiment and third article of Captain Jacksons troop of dragoones in the Lord Cardross regimentwhich the saids Lords finds not instructed and caused delite) sufficiently verified and proven pairtly be reciept under the hands of the officers and souldiers to whom the same was furnished And pairtly be the oathes of the persones furnishers taken before tuo of the Commissioners of Supply in the shyre of Fyffe And pairtly both by oathes and reciepts Conforme to the report of the Commissioners and the saids reciepts both produced to and Considered by the said Committie And finds That conforme to the saids accompts and Instructiones forsaids Ther is resting be their Majesties forces after named to the saids Inhabitants of Innerkeithen Besyds the articles above excepted and refuised as said is The soumes follouing viz By the Lord Bargenies regiment Imprimis by the officers therof The soume of one Hundreth and Eightie three pounds Four shilline four pennies Item Be Captain Harpars Company The soume of one hundreth and fourtein pounds fiftein shilline Eight pennies Scotts Item Be the Collonells Company The soume of Eightie seven pounds Eight shilline and six pennies Scotts money forsaid Item Be the Majors Company The soume of one hundreth and fiftie Eight pounds four shilline scotts Item by Captain Hamiltons Company the soume of one hundreth and four pounds Eightein shilline ten pennies scotts Item be Captain Thomsons Company The soume of one Hundreth and tuo pounds six shilline scotts Extending the haill soumes due be the said regiment to the soume of seven hundreth and fiftie pounds seventeen shilline and four pennies scots money forsaid Item Be Eglintouns troop of Horse the soume of tuenty pounds Eighteen shilline six pennies Scotts Item Be Jacksons troop of dragoones in the Lord Cardross his regiment the soume of Nyne pounds Eight pennies scotts Item Be Captain Lockharts troop of dragoones in the said regiment the soume of Fourtienynepounds nynteenshilline and ten pennies scotts Extending the saids tuo soumes due be the Lord Cardross regiment to the soume of fiftie nyne pounds and six pennies scotts money forsaid And extending the haill soumes due by the haill forces above named to the soume of Eight Hundreth and threttie pounds sixtein shilline four pennies scotts And Finds that the haill articles wherof the said soume is made up were furnished before the Act of parliament of the date the tenth of September Jaj vjc nyntie years appoynting three months Cess and hearth money for payment of the soumes resting be ther Majesties forces to the country and bygone arrears due to the army and that they are in the termes of the Act of Councell of the date the Nynth of July Last bypast The saids Lords Finds that the said soume of Eight Hundreth and threttie pounds sixtein shilline four pennies scotts is to be payed to the saids inhabitants of the toune of Innerkeithen out of the Cess and hearth money appoynted by the above Act of parliament And Recommends to the Lords Commissioners of their Majesties Thesaurie to Cause payment be made to them of the same accordinglie
Act for the Town of Inverkeithing concerning accounts
The lords of their majesties’ privy council having considered the accounts given in to them as resting by their majesties’ forces to the inhabitants of the town of Inverkeithing with the instructions and verifications thereof, together with the report of the committee appointed for revising the accounts resting by their majesties’ forces to the country, they find the whole articles of the said accounts (except the eighteenth article of Captain Harper’s company, the fourth and sixth articles of the Lieutenant Colonel’s company, the fourth article of the Major’s company and twenty fifth article of Captain Hamilton’s company, all in the Lord Bargany’s regiment, and third article of Captain Jackson’s troop of dragoons in the Lord Cardross’s regimentwhich the said lords finds not instructed and caused delete) sufficiently verified and proven partly by receipt under the hands of the officers and soldiers to whom the same was furnished, and partly be the oaths of the furnishing persons taken before two of the commissioners of supply in the shire of Fife, and partly both by oaths and receipts conforming to the report of the Commissioners and the said receipts both produced to and considered by the said committee, and finds that, conforming to the said accounts and instructiones forsaid, there is resting by their majesties’ forces after named to the said inhabitants of Inverkeithing besides the articles above excepted, and refused as said is, the sums following viz. by the Lord Bargany’s regiment firstly, by the officers thereof the sum of one hundred and eighty three pounds, four shillings and four pennies; item, by Captain Harper’s company the sum of one hundred and fourteen pounds, fifteen shillings, eight pennies scots; item, by the Colonel’s company, the sum of eighty seven pounds, right shillings and six pence scots money foresaid; item, by the Major’s company the sum of one hundred and fifty right pounds, four shillings scots; item, by Captain Hamilton’s company the sum of one hundred and four pounds, eighteen shillings, ten pennies scots; item, by Captain Thomson’s company the sum of one hundred and two pounds, six shillings scots, extending the whole sums due by the said regiment to the sum of seven hundred and fifty pounds, seventeen shillings and four pennies scots money foresaid; item, by Eglinton’s troop of horse the sum of twenty pounds, eighteen shillings and six pennies scots; item, by Jackson’s troop of dragoons in the Lord Cardross’s regiment the sum of nine pounds, eight pennies scots; Item, by Captain Lockhart’s troop of dragoons in the said regiment the sum of fourteenpounds, nineteenshillings and ten pennies scots, extending the said two sums due by the Lord Cardross’s regiment to the sum of fifty nine pounds and six pennies scots money foresaid, and extending the whole sums due by the whole forces abovenamed to the sum of eight hundred and thirty pounds, sixteen shillings and four pennies scots; and finds that the whole articles whereof the said sum is made up were furnished before the act of parliament of the date the tenth of September 1690 appointing three months cess and hearth money for payment of the sums resting be their majesties’ forces to the country and bygone arrears due to the army and that they are in the terms of the act of council of the date the ninth of July last bypast. The said lords finds that the said sum of eight hundred and thirty pounds, sixteen shillings and four pennies scots is to be paid to the said inhabitants of the town of Inverkeithing out of the cess and hearth money appointed by the above act of parliament and recommends to the lords commissioners of their majesties’ treasury to cause payment be made to them of the same accordingly.
NRS, PC1/47, 557-8.