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Appendix II

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16, 1700-1701. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.

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Appendix II.

June 13. List of several persons (payable in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber) who are appointed to attend his Majesty into Holland this summer: see supra p.285.
Mr. Beaubuisson, Gentleman of the Bows and his assistant 201 15 0
Mrs. Ireland, Mistress Starcher 134 10 0
Mrs. College, Mistress Sempstress 134 10 0
Mrs. Lowman, Body [Linen] Laundress 134 10 0
three Grooms of the Robes each 53l. 16s. 0d. 161 8 0
Mr. Van Hulst, Clerk of the Robes 134 10 0
four Pages of the Bedchamber 67l. 5s. 0d. each 269
the two barbers 67l. 5s. 0d. each 134 10 0
Mr. Erle and Mr. Chaplaine, Gentleman Ushers Daily Waiters 134 10 0
Mr. Rottermonds, Apothecary to the [King's] person 100 17 0
Mr. Jones, Apothecary to the [Royal] House[hold] 125 12 0
Mr. Van Loon, Serjeant Surgeon 100 17 0
Mr. Roujott, Surgeon to the [King's] person 100 17 0
Mr. Gardiner, Surgeon to the [Royal] House[hold] 154 17 6
ditto by 3 warrants: on medicines 160
Mr. Sewell, Page of the Removing Wardrobe 161 18 0
two Grooms of the Chamber 80 14 0
Mrs. Verryt, necessary woman 40 7 0
Samuel Grice, Groom Porter's servant 97 19 0
John Rianney and — Clarke, Chamberkeepers 80 14 0
Mr. Merrit and Mr. Verheast, Deputy Knight Harbinger 215 4 0
John Douse and John Scourer, Yeomen Robegoers 40 7 0
Thomas Robinson, Yeoman Bedgoer 40 7 0
Mr. Van Cearsenberg and Mr. Williams, Yeomen of Robes 67 5 0
Mr. Thornburg, Chapel Closet Keeper 111 8 6
£3118 3 0
Disposition Book, XV, pp. 282–3.