Entitled: A List of Officers claiming to the Sixty Thousand Pounds, etc., Granted by His Sacred Majesty for the Relief of His Truly-Loyal and Indigent Party. A transcript of the list printed for Henry Brome, [bookseller] London, 1663, with an index of certain Christian names compiled by E. and M. P[eacock].
Civil War Collections V: Transcript of a List of Officers claiming Royal Relief
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- ReferenceGB 133 Eng MS 237
- Dates of Creation19th Century
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description229 x 185 mm. 1 volume (273 folios);
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Administrative / Biographical History
After the Restoration, a fund of £60,000, supplemented by a tax on office-holders, was set up, to be distributed among such truly loyal and indigent officers who have had real command of soldiers according to their several commissions and who have never deserted his Majesty during the late times of rebellion and usurpation, and have not a sufficient livelyhood of their own . The list is arranged by regiment, troop or company, and gives the county from which the claimant's petition came: the original printed version contains over 5,000 names, and is indexed.
See P.R. Newman, 'The 1663 List of Indigent Royalist Officers', Historical Journal, vol. 30 (1987).