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Civil List Debt: Office of the Robes

Pages 1045-1046

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 17, 1702. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.

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Office of the Robes.

Debts owing to several tradesmen for wares by them delivered and work done for the service of his late Majesty King William in the Office of the Robes to the 4th of May 1701 during the time that the Earl of Albemarle was Master of the Robes and from thence to the 8th March 1701–2 during the time that Cornelius de Nassau Auverquerque was Master of the said Office.

Ibid., p. 93. In the time of the Earl of Albemarle. £ s. d.
Robert Graham, tailor 1747 14 9
David Pugh and Company, mercers 948 0 8
John Deacle, woollen draper 273 6 0
Edward Hope, ditto 397 3 9
William Winder, perewig maker 334 1 0
Thomas Morton, laceman 116 10 2
Elizabeth Rugeley, milliner 165 0 0
Robert Cross, Indian gown maker 54 19 0
Jacob Whiddon, furrier 39 13 0
William Hart, beltmaker 80 17 0
Mathias Cupper, linen draper 24 15 0
Mary Chaigneau, glover 70 1 0
John Bignall, spatterdash maker 2 0 0
John Phillips, mercer 8 6 6
Samuell Prosser, haberdasher 24 17 6
Bartholomew Parsons, spurrier . 10 9 0
John Miller, bootmaker 10 5 0
John Paite, shoemaker 8 15 0
Francis Kinsman, hosier 11 5 0
Mrs. Ireland, seamstress 13 0 0
John Hays, stitcher 8 0 0
Henry Tyson, messenger 19 9 0
the Earl of Albemarle upon the balance of his audited account 213 16 10½
Ibid., p. 94. In the time of Cornelius de Nassau Auverquerque.
Robert Graham, tailor 314 18 0
David Pugh and Company,mercers 314 4 0
John Deacle, woollen draper 26 9 0
Edward Hope, ditto 88 8 9
T38/193, p. 94. Moniseur Darquet and Company, tailors 295 11 1
Mary Chaigneau, glover 67 0 0
Elizabeth Rugely, milliner 12 1 6
Thomas Moreton, laceman 55 17 0
Robert Cross, Indian gown maker 48 10 0
Bartholomew Parsons, spurrier 17 13 0
Jacob Whiddon, furrier 44 7 0
Samuel Prosser, haberdasher 15 13 0
William Winder, periwig maker 125 11 0
John Hawgood, sword cutler 15 5 0
John Paite, shoemaker 13 13 0
Alexander de Villiers, periwig maker 35 0 0
Mrs. Colledge, sempstress 8 0 0
William West, embroiderer 27 0 0
William Williams, Yeoman of the Robes 5 11 0
Henry Tyson, messenger [to the Robes] 30 17 0
John Hays, stitcher 8 0 0
William Hart, beltmaker 15 17 0
George Miller, bootmaker 9 0 0
Francis Kinsman, hosier 8 10 6
Total for the Office of the Robes £6185 2