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This being the number and present condicon
of the shipps the charge thereof followeth which is
yearly paid oute of his Majesties Exchequer partly
Immediately to sundry patentees and partly immediately
to the Threasurer of the Navy and Surveyor of victualls.

The Patents are for offices and service, whereof some are of
Antient institucon, and many of late erecion since
his Majesties Raigne.

The Antient patentees and their paints[?] are these

The Lord High Admirall of England - £133 6s 8d

The Leuie Tennant of Thadmiralltie which was
bestowed all Queene Elizabeths time - £322 18s 4d

The Threasurer of the Navy for his fee tra-
veiling charges, boatehire and Clarkes - £220 13s 4d

Comptroller of the Navy the like - £155 6s 8d

Surveyor of the Navy for the like - £145 6s 8d

Surveyor of the victualls for the like - £159 10s 0d

Clerke of the Navy for the like - £100 3s 4d

Keeper of the stores generall for the like - £78 5s 10d

Keeper of the stored at Portsmouth - £20 0s 0d

Three assistants to the officers - £60 0s 0d

A Master for grounding the Greate Shipps - £9 2s 6d

Three Master Shipwrights - £66 18s 4d [in the margin – ‘at first but two’]

A Pilate or Master for the black deepes - £20 0s 0d

Totall - £1491 11s 8d

The new erections since his Majesties Raigne

A Captaine generall at the Narrow Seaes for his
ffee at xxs per diem one Clerke at viijd and xvj
servants at xs per mensem - £481 12s 8d
[in the right-hand margin ‘Besides £663 18d 8d paid to
him by the Threasurer and
victualler of the Navy’]

A vice admirall of the Narrow Seas for his owne
ffee at xs per diem and viij servants at xs per
mensem the later by privy seale onely - £234 12s 8d
[in the right-hand margin ‘Besides £182 10s 0d paid by
the Threasurer of the Navy’]

An other for service at the Narrow Seas at
the like rate of xs per diem - £182 10s 0d
[in the right-hand margin ‘Besides xs per diem when
he serveth at Sea’]