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colonel, who provided clothing. Cavalry soldiers ILANOVERIAN Coins: SHAM SOVEREIGNS (4th S. | had ninepence a-day more; but this was absorbed ü. 325.) - I have one of these jettons before me. , in feeding the horse, and for veterinary surgeons, On the obverse is the Queen's head, and the blacksmiths, and riding-masters' fees. In 1771 legend " Victoria Queen of Great Brit. 1862.” On the hospital money, though deducted, was paid the reverse, the Duke of Cumberland on horse back under the name of vegetable money ; but in back, accompanied by a winged Cerberus with a 1783, by an Act known as Mr. Burke's Act, the forked tail. Legend: “To Ilanover, 1837.” soldier was relieved of all payment for poundage,
JOHNSON BAILY. hospital money, and fees. In 1792 and 1795, Pallion, Sunderland.
necessary and bread money was increased : so that VRE DE Bosco (4th S. ii. 276.)-May not this
a private received 6d. a-day beyond the original contraction stand for Terdure de Bosco --- turf?
| 8d.; and in 1800, beer was no longer issued to Was there pot a forest official called a verdour the men, but one penny a-day was granted to
G. A. S.
PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM PENN (4th S. ii. 37.) WESTMINSTER ABBEY (4th S. i. 23.)- In the A miniature of this worthy is preserved at Huntrevised edition of the Memorials I see it is stated ingdon Castle, Clonegal, county Carlow, the seat that the Lady Mexborough whose burial is of Alexander' Durdin
of Alexander Durdin, Esq., LL.D. I bare not noticed was the wife of Lord Delaval's nephew, seen the likeness, but it is noticed as follows in a not his sister. (Vide note at p. 340.) It so happens traveller's communication to the Daily Erpress that both these ladies died in the same year, as (Dublin newspaper) of Sept. 18, 1868, describing may be seen by reference to the pages of Sylvanus à ramble in the counties of Wicklow, Wexford, Urban. The countess-dowager died in Dover and Carlow:Street, Aug. 8, 1821; and is, I think, being her
“Amongst the antiques shown I chiefly admired two self a Delaval, more likely to have been buried in beautiful miniatures of rare value; one (set in brilliants) the Delaval vault than her daughter-in-law, who a likeness of General Sir William St. Leger, Lord Deputy died before her on June 7.
of Munster, which descended to Dr. Durdin by the mar
riage of his grandfather with Miss St. Leger: and the Apropos of the Delavals, may I ask who was
other a likeness of the famous William Penn (believed the father of Sir Ralph Delaval, M.P. for Great
pa Delaval, T.B. for breat to be the only one extant) taken at Paris whilst he was Bedwin, 1695-1698—the admiral who so greatly sojourning at the French court. This picture in like distinguished himself in the sea-fight off Cape La manner passed to the present owner by the marriage of Hogue, and was buried in the Abbey Jan. 23, Alexander Durdiu with the widow of William Penn 1706-7? I cannot find him in the pedigree, and
(grandson of William), and by whom he became pos
sessed of large estates in the county of Cork and in Pennit has been suggested that he may have been a
sylvania." natural son. E. II. A.
ROBERT MALCOmson. PAY OF THE ARMY IN FORMER TIMES (4th S. Court Place, Carlow. ii. 297.)-The following is a list of the pay of BALIOL FAMILY (4th S. i. 616.)_Ms knowledge private soldiers of infantry regiments in various of Scottish history is far too scanty to qualifs past years. I do not know the pay in 1775:
me to assist A. B. in his researches into the pediIn 1557, the pay was 8d. a-day; in 1598, 8d. ;
gree of the Baliol family, neither bare I access in 1620, 8d.; in 1639, 8d.; in 1655, 9d.; in 1661,
to any documents relating to the subject. Tue 6d.; in 1771, 6 d.; in 1792, 10d. ; in 1797, 18. ; 1 communication I sent to N. & Q." some weeks and in 1800, 18. ld.
since was only intended to show that the terriIn the last rate the penny was given in lieu of
torial name was derived from the village and beer, which the men formerly received as part of lordship of Bailleul in Vimeu, a portion of the their subsistence.
C. S. REVELL ancient county of Ponthieu lying on the left bank The pay of an infantry soldier, when our present of the Somme. army was first established in 1660, was 8d. a-day! This supposition is strengthened by the titles in the country, and 10d. a-day in or near the given by A. B., in his query (antè, p.310), to Rainmetropolis; but this stipend was considerably old de Baliol, who is styled “ Lord of Bailleul, diminished by the heavy deductions made from it. Dompierre, and Hélicourt, and Sheriff of Salop in There was a poundage, or a tax of one shilling in | 1078." the pound, paid by the soldier in consideration of My local history of Abbeville and the villages his having his subsistence furnished him in ad- of its arrondissement, under the description of vance; one day's pay annually for Chelsea Hos- | the village and commune of Bailleul, enumerating pital; one halfpenny a-week for the surgeon of the fiefs and feudal possessions of the seigneurie his regiment, and for medicine; one halfpenny in ancient times, mentions “ Dompierre."
In a subsequent volume of the same history, in discovering two errors into which he had been beunder the description of Mons. Boufert, a village trayed. The first relates to the private life of Queen
Katharine before and after her marriage with Henry and commune also in Viveu, it is said :
VIII., and the other to the marriage projects of Henry “ Ce qu'il y a de certain, c'est que Jean de Bailleul,
va do nortain c'est. ane Jean de Bailleul. | VII. with regard to Queen Juana, the widow of King Roi d'Ecosse, retint toujours le cri de sa maison, Helli
Philip, and the mother of the Emperor Charles V.
The papers on these subjects which he discovered he court. “ Hellicourt en Ponthieu, nous dit Dom Grenier, est
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grave doubts on the alleged insanity of Juana, and would de son propre avec les seigneuries de Bailleul en Vimeu
rather suggest whether she was not a victim firstly of the
tyranny of her mother, and then of the avarice of her et d'Hornoy."
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degree as those wbich Mr. Bergenroth now publishes on the intermarriages of the Baliol family with other the subject of Queen Katharine. Her private character noble families in France, also contained in my has hitherto been unimpeached, her personal virtues the book, but which would occupy too much space subject of general praise-Mr. Bergenroth shared the in “N. & Q."
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with her confessor, Fray Diego Fernandez-a monk haythankful to him if he will tell me where to finding neither learning, nor appearance, nor manners, por “ the huge folio of Valentinus," and the work of competency, nor credit, but light, haughty, and licentious “Drabicius, De Cælo et Cæleste Statu.” The other
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