Vouchers subsidiary to accounts audited by the auditors of land revenue; particularly those of the receivers general and ministers of crown lands in England and Wales but also of various tax collectors, officials of the royal household and for woods, forests and parks. Until at least the end of the seventeenth century, vouchers were commonly kept in files, which might include warrants and debentures for disbursements (particularly fees and pensions). Included here is a file of certificates and warrants for monastic pensions of the reign of Elizabeth I (LR 5/23), bills for maintenance of crown properties, estreats of fines in manorial courts and 'constats', or certificates, of sums paid into the Exchequer of Receipt.
There are also a large number of vouchers of the particular receivers, ministers and household officials of the seventeenth century queens consort: Henrietta Maria and Catherine of Braganza, as well as a few documents relating to the jointures as a whole.
Also found are some letter books and accounts of the commissioners of woods, forests and land revenues.