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Declared Accounts: Civil List

Pages ccxx-ccxxxviii

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21, 1706-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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Civil List

Declared Accounts.
PIPE OFFICE, ROLL 1869.
Cofferer of the Household, Francis, Viscount Ryalton.
1 October 1705 to 30 September 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
arrears as at the foot of the preceding accompt 283 9 6
money received out of the Exchequer in the time of this accompt as by the privy seal of 30 October, 4 Anne, 11,500l. and 30,838l. 2s.d. under authority of the Act of Parliament of 12 January, 5 Eliz. and 19 March, 1 James I 42,338 2
First Fruits nil
foreign receipts nil
sales [of provisions etc.] nil
total charge and receipts £42,621 11 10¾
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
solut' in offic' Pistrin' 669 18 9
Buttill' et cellar' 2,560 7
Garderob' 10,152 15
Coquin' 25,191 9 4
Emptor' 4,353 8 0
Pulletr' 3,360 17 11¾
Scuttil' 2,904 13 11½
Salsar' 324 8
Aul' et camer' 1,054 4
Stabul' 11,684 9
62,256 13
Vadea diveus' personis Hospitii, Camerae et Capell' 3,577 4
scriptura computi 20 10 0
feod' Auditor' 30 0 0
diversi creditores: viz. expenses of diet and other extraordinaries pro famil' Reg' viz..
at Windsor and St. James, October 1705.. 532 14 10
at St. James's, November 1705 249 5
at St. James's, December 1705 266 11
Stables: Kensington and Windsor 1 October—31 December 1705 91 15
famil' Reg. St. James's and Kensington, February 1706–5 377 13 10¾
£65,884 7
Brought forward 65,884 7
famil' Reg. St. James's and Kensington, March 1705–6 606 19 0
Maundy at Whitehall 23 March 1705–6 78 16 9
Stabul: Kensington, 1 January 1705–6 to 31 March 1706 74 2 11¼
famil' Reg. at St. James's and Kensington April 1706 539 1 11
famil' Reg. at St. James's and Windsor, May 1706 616 2 10¼
Praefect' et locum tenent' Civi' Londin' at Windsor, 3 June 1706 112 7
famil' Reg.' at Windsor, June 1706 758 5
stabul: Kensington and Windsor, 1 April to 30 June 1706 292 12 3
famil' Reg' at Windsor, July 1706 696 8
famil' Reg' at Windsor, August 1706 627 6
famil' Reg' at Windsor, September 1706 866 9
Stables: Windsor and Kensington, 1 July to 30 September 1706 496 15 7
pro hospital Sid Hamet Cardenaes, Regal' Imperatoris Morocc', 8 April to 30 September 1706 729 8 3
8,228 4
total of payments and allowances £74,112 12
and so the said Cofferer remains in surplusage 31,491l. 0s.d.
Declared 10 February, 6 Anne.
Declared Accounts.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 408, ROLL 142.
Treasurer of the Chamber, John, Viscount FitzHarding.
29 September 1705 to 29 September 1706.
Charge. l. s. d l. s. d.
arrears: remains in the hands of this accomptant 16 15
money received out of the Exchequer Michaelmas term
on the privy seal of 13 March 1701–2, 4–5 Anne 121 0 0
on the privy seal of 15 November, 3 Anne 6,134 19 8
Easter term, 5 Anne 17,182 9
23,438 8
total charge and receipt £23,455 4
Discharge l. s. d.
wages and annual allowances to officers of the Household and others pursuant to the Establishment of 23 December 1702
her Majesty's alms 919 0 0
Sergeant Trumpeter (Wm. Shore) 100 0 0
Musicians John Eccles, master, 24 musicians and an instrument keeper 1,199 15
clock and watchmaker (Thomas Herbert) 300 0 0
officers of the Jewel Office (detailed) 275 10 0
moletaker (Jonathan Hunt) 8 1 8
ratcatcher (Wm. Hester) 48 3 4
cofferbearers detailed 54 15 0
10 Grooms of the Great Chamber 400 0 0
39 Messengers in ordinary 1,755 0 0
Garrett John Nijs, an additional messenger, from 17 September 1704 79 12 10
clerks of the Cheque to the messengers (detailed) 180 19 10
Groom porter (Thomas Archer) 550 0 0
Gentleman usher Daily waiter assistant (William Saunderson) 66 13 4
this accomptant (Viscount FitzHarding) 314 1 4
Comptroller of the Accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber (Hugh Chudleigh) 150 0 0
Housekeeper at Whitehall (Peircy Kirk) 650 0 0
Wardrobekeeper at St. James's (Peter Hume) 110 0 0
Daniell Child, late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Whitehall 200 0 0
Thomas Hall, late keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor 160 0 0
Jasper English, housekeeper of Hampton Court 320 0 0
Robert White, housekeeper at Richmond 78 0 0
James Marriott, keeper of the Privy Lodgings at Hampton Court 200 0 0
Theodore Randue, Housekeeper of Windsor Castle 320 0 0
officers of the Removing Wardrobe, detailed 790 0 0
Physicians (Sir Edward Hanns, Thomas Lawrence, Martin Lister, Sir David Hamilton) 1,150 0 0
Apothecaries (James Chace, Daniel Malthus, William Jones) 586 18 4
Chirurgeons (Charles Bernard, Thomas Gardiner) 676 13 4
Locksmith (Phillip Harris) 18 5 0
Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain (Sir John Stanley) 60 0 0
Gentlemen of the Chapel (in lieu of 3 deer) 20 0 0
Elizabeth Battersby for rent of the passage out of the Privy Garden into Channel Row 3 10 0
Strewer of Herbs (Elizabeth Jux) 24 0 0
Historiographer Royal (Thomas Rymer) 200 0 0
Poet Laureate (Nahum Tate) 100 0 0
Joiner of the Privy Chamber (John Norris) 19 11 8
Court Drummers (John Clothier, William Gardiner, John Skryme) 72 0 0
the Guard of her Majesty's Body (Marquess of Hartington, Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard; William Fielding, Lieutenant; Richard Uphill, Ensign; clerk of the Cheque, corporals and 100 Yeomen of the Guard) 3,956 5 0
eight Yeomen ushers 80 0 0
six Yeomen Hangers and two Yeomen Bedgoers) 80 0 0
pensionary Yeomen (Simon Cook, Thomas Smith) 30 0 0
watermen (John Warner, master; 48 watermen, 7 pensionary watermen) 271 17 6
Allowances by Royal Warrant
William Vanbrugh, Deputy Comptroller 100 0 0
Viscountess FitzHarding as Governess to the late Duke of Gloucester 600 0 0
Peter Walton, Repairer of pictures 200 0 0
William Vanhulls, clerk of all the Wardrobes and Robes 160 0 0
Henry Lowman, Housekeeper at Kensington 100 0 0
Duke of St. Albans (for the three gamekeepers for Berks, and Bucks.) 120 0 0
underhousekeeper at St. James's (Edward Browne) 240 0 0
total for salaries etc 20,667 3 11½
Travelling charges and other services on Lord Chamberlain's warrants
Stationers' bills 714 0 0
underkeeper of Council Records (John Gauntlett) 90 0 0
travelling charges of officers et al. of the Guard, chapel, music, etc. detailed 1,979 9 5
messengers' bills, detailed 2,700 14 10½
total for travelling charges etc 5,484 4
arrears due in the late King William's time paid within the time of this accompt 133 3 0
ordinary allowances 216 13 4
total of payments and allowances £26,501 4 7
and so this accomptant is in surplusage 3,046l. 0s.d.
Declared 21 April 1708.
ROBES.
For the account to 25 March 1706 see Introduction to Treasury Calendar, Vol. XX, p. ccxlviii.
MASTER OF THE HORSE
For the account to 11 August 1706 see Introduction to Treasury Calendar, Vol. XX, p. ccxlv.
Declared Accounts: Works.
PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 3311.
Charles Dartiquenave, Paymaster of her Majesty's Works and Buildings.
1 January 1705–6 to 31 December 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains: nil: this being his first accompt.
money received out of the Exchequer Michaelmas term, 5–0 Anne, on the privy seal of 30 November 12,411 12
Easter term, 6 Anne, on same privy seal 12,375 7
Michaelmas term, 6–7 Anne, on same privy seal 11,566 17
39,353 17
150l. part of 76l;. 5s.8d. paid to Charles Hopson, joyner, by Thomas Lloyd, late Paymaster of the Works, for task work at the Records Office in the Tower of London: here surcharged on this accomptant 150 0 0
total charge and receipts £39,503 17
Discharge. l. s. d.
works and repairs in and about
the Tower of London (including 20l. 3s. 8d. to Thomas Highmore, Sergeant Painter, for painting at the Constable's house etc.) 1,281 6 3
Whitehall (clearing the main sewer from the sluice in St. James's Park to the lower end of the Dock in Scotland Yard: 176l. 11s. 6d. to Tho. Highmore for painting etc., 20l. to Francis Bickerton for plotting down in a map the whole palace of Denmark House and 5l. to William Dickinson for contracting the said plot into a less scale and fixing it neatly into a frame, with copying the book of the inhabitants for her Majesty's use) 3,722 19
St. James's House (work in the Duchess of Marlborough's lodgings: 263l. 1s.d. to Thomas Highmore for painting work; slating over the Spicery; renewing the grass burned up by the dryness of the summer) 3,469 15 1
Westminster (pumping etc. at the House of Lords and Commons; 1l. 16s. 9d. to Thomas Highmore for painting at the Treasury of Records etc.) 817 6 3
Denmark House 76 14 0
Winchester: her Majesty's house there 112 7 3
Newmarket: her Majesty's house or palace there which is fitting up for her Majesty's reception: (26l. 10s.d. to Thomas Highmore for painting there) 910 19
Hampton Court (32l. 11s. 11½d. and 42l. 3s. 10d. to Thomas Highmore for painting work: the pump in the Kitchen Garden etc.) 3,042 10
Kensington (7l. 12s. 6d. to Grinling Gibbons, carver; 213l. 18s.d. to Thomas Highmore for painting work) 8,393 0 0
salaries and entertainments of the principal Officers of the Works detailed 1,248 1 8
riding charges of principal officers of the Works 264 6 2
rewards 31 4 0
repairing the Horse Guardhouse at Kensington [Palace] 39 13 2
new Greenhouse at Kensington (164l. 12s. 0d. to Thomas Highmore for painting work) 802 5 1
new summer house at Kensington 555 7 9
public paving 366 0 10¼
work done at the Record Office in the Tower of London (10l. 13s.d. to Thomas High-more, sergeant painter 1,677 9
money paid by her Majesty's warrants or directions from the Treasury (gardens, cleansing the streets before Whitehall, keeping the Mall, repairs at the Convocation House adjoining Westminster Abbey, the Queen's private roads, lights for the Houses of Parliament 6,230 18
Exchequer fees 138 15 0
ordinary allowances 62 0 0
total of payments and allowances £33,242 19 3
Remains 6,260l. 18s.d.
Declared 20 August 1708.
Declared Accounts: Great Wardrobe
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 2367, ROLL 137.
Ralph, Duke of Montague, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe.
Michaelmas 1705 to Michaelmas 1706.
Charge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Remains: nil, because in surplusage 67,136l. 14s. 6d. nil
money received out of the Exchequer
Michaelmas term, 4–5 Anne, on the privy seal of 31 March, 1 Anne 10,200 0 0
Easter term, 5 Anne, on the same privy seal 5,000 0 0
total charge and receipts £15,200 0 0
Discharge. l. s. d. l. s. d.
Surplusage at the foot of the last accompt 67,136 14 6
paid for merchandise delivered in and work done for the Great Wardrobe:
John Kirk, consarcinctori 1,553 8 6
William Portall, mercatori 1,582 2 6
James Davison, metaxario 2,262 1 9
Samuel Orme, metaxario 26 10 0
William Elliot, limbulario 2,594 2
Thomas Carr, fimbriatori 699 5 0
William West, acupictori 1,240 10 0
Henry Furnese, mercatori 980 16
William Capper, linteario 25 2 3
Carried forward £67,136 14 6
Brought forward 67,136 14 6
John King, linteario 22 19 6
Hampden Reeve, tapetiario 984 12 6
William Dixon and Robert Petre, scissoribus 436 16 4
Elia de Rit, val' scissori 58 10 0
Thomas Dummer, val' scissori 628 11 0
John Vanderbank, val' atrebatico operatori 513 17 3
Moses Pajolas and Charles Sedgewick, principal' pellion' 42 15 8
John Bee, caligario 72 7 0
George Parkes, sexton 81 0 0
John Smith, fibulatori 67 8
William Haddock, balteario 126 18 0
Thomas Waldron, lanceario 15 0 0
John Hawgood, macheropeo 3 10 0
Mary Chidley, millinariae 15 5 0
Mary Franknoll, sutrici 4 13 9
Henry Parker, pro superpelliciis 20 7 0
Anne Althorpe, sutrici 1 12 6
Gerrit Jansen, capsulatori 564 5 0
Richard Pigg, capsario 94 8 0
William Johnson, capsario 9 1 0
Thomas Roberts, junctori 559 4 0
William Churchill and Edward Castle, bibliopolis 169 12 0
Joustano Chase, plumario 50 18 0
John King, for two Garters 12 0 0
Hans Sloane, for the Prince Elector of Brunswick Luneburg, Knight of the Garter 00 0 0
Gregory King, for the insignia of same 26 10 0
William Vanhuls, clerk of the Queen's Stoles 36 0 0
Charles Hanbury, clerk of the Checque to the Guard of the Body, for watching cloaks for them 140 0 0
William Shore, chief Trumpeter, for a livery detailed 60 0 0
Dr. John Blow for the ten children of the Chapel 10 10 0
Robert Maugridge, drum major, livery detailed 40 0 0
John Warner for the King's watermen 12 12 0
Josia Priest, Nathaniel Priest and William Watkins, children of the Chapel whose voices are broken 26 18 9
John Elrington, for crimson taffeta 1 12 0
William Portal, for the Wardens of the Tower 62 7 6
Henry Doogood 23 3 10
Edward Jeffrys, glazier 1 10 2
William Holmes, salary 99 2 2
John Sergeant, porter of the Wardrobe 33 8 3
Joseph Bunting, same 20 0 0
Bridget Horseman, wardrobe at York Buildings in Great Queen Street 15 15 0
Martha Pearson, ditto 5 5 0
total for goods and work 16,511 4
Carried forward £83,647 18 11½
Brought forward 83,647 18 11½
liveries detailed by letters patent under the great seal and by dormant warrants etc. 4,008 11 6
vestments and fees detailed of officers etc. of the Exchequer and Great Wardrobe 414 5 8
ordinary allowances 9 12 4
total allowances and payments £88,079 8
and so this accomptant is in Surplusage 72,879l. 8s.d.
Declared 4 August 1710.
Declared Accounts: Queen Anne's Private Pensions.
AUDIT OFFICE, BUNDLE 1922, ROLL 5.
Edward Nicholas, Paymaster of the Annuities and Pensions established by the Queen by several royal sign manuals (fn. 1) [Paymaster of Queen Anne's Private Bounties and Pensions].
24 June 1705 to 25 March 1707.
Charge. l. s. d.
Remains in the hands of this accomptant 1,739 8
money received out of the Exchequer at times and in sums detailed 75,431 2
8 per cent, interest of 500l. lent by her Majesty towards the loan of 250,000l. to the Emperor of Germany 40 0 0
total charge and receipts £77,210 10 10¼
Discharge. l. s. d.
payments for several annual pensions, charities and allowances as her Majesty's royal bounty upon several Establishments under her sign manuals and other particular warrants: viz.
Annual payments commencing at Xmas 1701
Mayor and Church Wardens of Windsor for the Church and poor (100l. per an.) 225 0 0
La Croze, Vicar of Old Windsor (25l. per an. for tythe) 2 16 5
Church Wardens of Hampton for the poor (50l. per an.) 137 10 0
Vicar of Hampton for tythe (31l. 1s. 8d. per an.) 62 3 4
St. Margaret's. Westminster, for the poor (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
St. Martin's in the Fields, for the poor (100l. per an.) 225 0 0
St. James's, for the poor (50l. per an.) 112 10 0
Annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1702
George Sayers, Vice–Chamberlain to the late Queen Mary (500l. per an.) 1,000 0 0
Henry Bulstrode, Gentleman Usher and Daily Waiter to same (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
Jean Remij d'Montigny, a same to same (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
Abr[aham] Kemp, Page of the Presence to same (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Dorothy Cason, a Woman of the Bedchamber to same (200l. per an.) 400 0 0
Mrs. Martha Lockhart, same to same 9200l. per an.) 400 0 0
Mrs. Dorothy Ireland, sempstress to same (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Henry Killigrew, an Equerry to same (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
Mrs. Susanna Barry (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Mary Lee (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Worksop (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Eleanor Ross (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Frances Barrow (30l, per an.) 60 0 0
Mrs. Mary Ashton (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Mrs. Dorothea Torway (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Mary Lanee (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
the Bishop of London for the Ministers in New England (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Mrs. Mary Doyly alias Walter (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Lady Mary Prestwick (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Anne Allen (50l. per an.) 87 10 0
Monsieur de Nenfuil [Nanteuil] for house rent (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Monsieur de la Fontaine for Harman's children (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
George Holder (22l. per an.) 44 0 0
Richard Miller for Monsieur de Brasseley's children (44l. per an.) 88 0 0
Richard Cawthorne, clerk, for reading prayers at Hampton Court (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Kensington parish, for the poor (25l. per an.) 50 0 0
the English Church at the Hague (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Mrs. Anne Frankland (210l. per an.) 420 0 0
Madame de Venneville (44l. 10s. 0d. per an.) 99 0 0
Madame Charlotte Justell (60l. per an.) 120 0 0
Rowland Brock (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
John Campbell for Dame Isabella Elphinstone (100l. per an.) 175 0 0
Mrs. Katherine Russell (25l. per an.) 50 0 0
Dame Elizabeth Hamilton (44l. per an.) 88 0 0
John Conway (22l. per an.) 16 10 0
Monsieur 1' Vassor (60l. per an.) 120 0 0
Mrs. Anne Richbell (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Arabella Hunt (100l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Alice King (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Mrs. Anne Eden (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Williamina Bunce (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Dame Sarah Newcomen (50l. per an.) 112 10 0
William Conyers (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Anne Fitzharris (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Mary Stedman (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Mary Mitchell (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Martha Francys (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Isabella Gwillims (2,0l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Rabsbey Smithsby (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Elizabeth Disney (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Anne Disney (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Mrs. Ursula Church (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Dame Margaret Lunsford (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Cath. Iremonger (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Sophia Nevill (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Susanna Woodward (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Martha Bastin (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Hester d' Civill (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Martin Carbonnell (20l. per an.) 50 0 0
Mary Brincknall (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Jone Launee for Thomas Fry (10l per an.) 20 0 0
ditto for Thomas Gummins (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
ditto for William Bawkham (10l. per an.) 2 10 0
ditto for Anne Head, Catherine Roberts and Susan Clarke (at 10l. each per an.) 60 0 0
ditto on her own pension (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Dame Elizabeth Jennings and Elizabeth Lenthall (10l. each per an.) 40 0 0
Bevis Gough (10l. per an.) 15 0 0
Anne Silver (10l. per an.) 22 10 0
Sarah Madge (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Richard Yeates, Kath. Tessin, and Margaret Marshall (10l. per an. each) 60 0 0
Margaret Jolliffe (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Churchill (20l. per an.) 25 0 0
John Stevens (12l. per an.) 27 0 0
Mrs. Magdalene Thomas (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Hester Walker and Elleanor Pendrill (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Mrs. Anne d' Veile (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Margaret Abernathy and Jane Pigott (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Mrs. Sarah Hussey (20l. per an.) 50 0 0
Mrs. Aymee Debat (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mrs. Mary Du Chail (20l. per an.) 10 0 0
Mary Barnier, Hester Verangevile, Susanna Champigny and Elizabeth Marmande (20l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Mrs. Susanna Petit (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mary and Magdalene d' Alix (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Edward Crips (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Ellen Morgan (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Richard Brayne for Susanna Foxton (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Sarah Miller (13l. 4S. 0d. per an.) 26 8 0
Monsieur De Lettang for the Society of French gentlewomen at the Hague (200l. per an.) 400 0 0
Mrs. Ellen Carlisle (100l. per an.) 150 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Bedford and Mrs. Margaret Whittle (40l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Mary Simpson (50l. per an.) 62 10 0
Mrs. Margaret Morison (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Mary Bocock (40l. per an.) 90 0 0
Martha Simpson (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Theophilus Garlick, Melbourne Maddocks, Thomas Smith, Matthias Ascough, Richard Letham and Sarah Ross (at 30l. per an. each) 360 0 0
Mrs. Frances Mackenzie (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mrs. Sarah Matthews (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Mr. Bernard Gates for himself and a Turkish girl (80l. per an.) 160 0 0
Richard Bradley and Rowland Pierce (40l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Mrs. Susanna Benson (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mr. Gregory Genuini (22l. per an.) 44 0 0
Dame Jane Douglas and her daughter (70l. per an.) 157 10 0
the Lord Almoner for her Majesty's private pensions and charities at 800l. per an. and for the Arabic Professor at Oxford for his pains in instructing two youths in that language at 20l. per an. and for their maintenance at 80l. per an 1,800 0 0
Mr. John Ernest Grabe and Mrs. Elizabeth Grove (100l. per an. each) 100 0 0
Anne Dartiquenave and Ferdinando Gaffarelli (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Walter Butler (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702
Martha Farthing (300l, per an.) 600 0 0
Theodorie Balisy (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
Katherine Hildesley (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Elizabeth, Oliver and Henry Quin (40l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Mary Shelley, Elizabeth Tattersall, Elizabeth Harris and John Edmonds (20l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Bernard (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Mrs. Catherine Coay (10l. per an.) 7 10 0
Mrs. Teresa Wroughton (6l. per an.) 12 0 0
Bernard de Vignau (80l. per an.) 160 0 0
Mr. Richard Drury and Mrs. Mary Simmons (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Mr. Samuel Pack and Mrs. Mary Watkins (10l. per an. each) 45 0 0
Mrs. Catherine Buck and Mrs. Sarah Marshall (15l. per an. each) 60 0 0
Mrs. Frances Otway and Mrs. Mary St. Loe (10l. each) 40 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson, Mrs. Catherine Devenish and Mrs. Dorothy Wanley (70l. per an. each) 420 0 0
Mr. Henry Walter (40l. per an.) 70 0 0
Mrs. Hester Dawson (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Eliah Clauson and Mary Austin (8l. per an.) 32 0 0
Thomas Andrewes and Sarah Wright (20l. per an.) 80 0 0
Thomas Green (9l. per an.) 18 0 0
John Garrard (19l. per an.) 38 0 0
the Countess Dowager of Lincoln towards maintaining her son the young Earl of Lincoln (200l. per an.) 400 0 0
William Killigrew (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
John Baptista Draghi (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Xmas 1702
Mrs. Anne Carey towards the maintenance of her son Lucius Henry, Viscount Falkland (200l. per an.) 400 0 0
the Duchesse de la Force (500l. per an.). 1,000 0 0
Castiliana, Countess of Cavan (50l. per an.) and towards maintenance of her younger son 100 0 0
Edward Howard Esq. (150l. per an.) 300 0 0
Col. Phillip Howard (120l. per an.) 240 0 0
Mrs. Judith Sturton for the maintenance of her son (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
John Gostlin, clerk (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Ramsey (100l. per an.).. 200 0 0
Lady Margaret MacCarty (200l. per an.).. 400 0 0
(total on the Great Establishment, 20,783l. 16s. 4d.)
on the Establishment dated 30 May, 1704.
Annual payments commencing at Lady day 1702
Mr. John Menard, minister of the French chapel at St. James's (160l. per an.) and for bread and wine for the Holy Communion (8l. 12s. 0d. per an.) 337 4 0
Mr. Abraham Gilbert and Mr. Phillip Menard, two other ministers at the said chapel (160l. per an. each) 640 0 0
John Peter Brisac, Reader there (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Frederick Furton, pastor and sexton [there] (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Bernard Hoef Nagell, minister of the Dutch Chapel at St. James's (160l. per an.) and for providing bread, wine and candles for the Holy Communion (20l. 12s. 0d. per an.) 361 4 0
John Peter Mucella, another minister at the said Chapel (160l. per an.) 320 0 0
Mr. Sebastian Vander Eyken, Reader [there] (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Frederick Furton, porter and sexton there (5l. per an.) 10 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Lady day 1703
Magdalene d' Alix, widow (20l. per an.).. 40 0 0
Frances Purcell (40l. per an.) 30 0 0
Capt. Roger Raven (27l. 7s. 6d. per an.) 54 15 0
Alice Vaughan, widow (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Mary Urseline de Stirum and Amelia de Stirum (50l. per an. each) 200 0 0
John Pellett (60l. per an.) 120 0 0
Amila Keysers (24l. per an.) 48 0 0
Claud de Venneville (20l. per an.) 50 0 0
Constance de la Marie and Bonna Green de Percour (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Anne du Cloux and Tabitha Horton (10l. per an. each) 40 0 0
Helene and Margaret de Marancin (15l. per an. each) 60 0 0
Elizabeth de la Barre (2l. 10s. 0d. per an. each) 5 0 0
Henriette and Mary Louvigny (15l. per an. each) 60 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1703
Elizabeth Calvert (30 l. per an.) 60 0 0
Mary Marshall (30 l. per an.) 60 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Lady day 1701
Katharine Seigler (25 l. per an.) 50 0 0
Charlotte Killigrew (200 l. per an.) 400 0 0
Henry Foubert (250 l. per an.) 500 0 0
Richard Sydenham and Grace his wife (40 l. per an.) 80 0 0
Robert Cleeter for the use of Anne Acton (20 l. per an.) 10 0 0
Robert Cleeter for the use of Victoria Slingsby, Amy Goldsborough, Elizabeth Hall, Margaret Pretty and Jane Bell (20 l. per an. each) 200 0 0
Jane Berkeley (200 l. per an.) 400 0 0
Katherine and Mary Armstrong (200 l. per an.) 400 0 0
William Fanshaw (200 l. per an.) 400 0 0
Susanna Leighton (100 l. per an.) 200 0 0
Robert Cleeter for the use of Elizabeth Slingesby (20 l. per an.) 40 0 0
Anne Duke for herself and children (45 l. 12 s. 6 d. per an.) 102 13
Mary Hutton, Penelope Hutton, and Martha Russell, grandchildren of Capt. Kettilby (36 l. 10 s. 0 d. per an.).. 73 0 0
Capt. John Baker (30 l. 10 s. 0 d. per an.) 45 12 6
Mary Anne and Magdalene Ross (30 l. per an. each) 165 0 0
Margaret Buss, widow, and Anne Collins (20 l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Robert Cleeter for the use of Dame Mary Slingesby (20 l. per an.) 40 0 0
and [for] Edward Duke (24 l. per an.) 6 0 0
(total on the Establishment dated 30 May 1704, 6,048 l. 8 s.d.)
on the Establishment dated 30 September 1704
Annual payments commencing Lady day 1703
Sir John Chardin for the Vaudois ministers (425 l. per an. for 2¼ years to 1706 Xmas) 956 5 0
ditto to be remitted to the School at Offenbach (30 l. per an.) 67 10 0
ditto for Monsieur Arnaud (100 l. per an.) 225 0 0
Abell Tassin d' Allonne (300 l. per an.) 600 0 0
Benjamin Power, a schoolmaster at Wapping, for teaching seamen's children 40 0 0
(total on the Establishment of 30 September 1704, 1,888 15 s. 0 d.)
on the Establishment dated18 December 1704
Annual payments commencing 24 June 1702
Thomas Hyde and Elizabeth his wife (50 l. per an.) 100 0 0
Annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1704
Phillip Raleigh, Esq. (100 l. per an.) 100 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Minshull (50 l. per an.).. 100 0 0
Mrs. Elizabeth Wandesford (50 l. per an.) 100 0 0
Judith Fitzharris (80 l. per an.) 40 0 0
(total on the Establishment dated 18 December 1704, 440 l.)
on the Establishment dated 17 Apirl 1705.
Annual payment commencing 24 June 1704
Margaret de la Croisette (20l. per an) 50 0 0
Annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1704 on the same Establishment.
Hester Gobin (15l. per an.) 33 15 0
(total on the Establishment dated 17 April 1705, 83l. 15s. 0d.)
on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705
Annual payments commencing Lady day 1705
Antonio Verrio (200l. per an) 350 0 0
Nehemiah Arnold for the maintenance and education of Susanna Arnold (30l. per an.) 52 10 0
(total on the Establishment dated 25 June 1705, 402l. 10s. 0d.)
on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706
Annual payments commencing Midsummer 1705
Mrs. Sarah Browne (11l. per an.) 16 10 0
Annual payments commencing Michaelmas 1705: on the same Establishment.
Susanna Mollien and Margaret d' Villeneuve (40l. per an.) 50 0 0
Jane de la Milliere, and Magdalene Vandiere, Elizabeth Sixte Dahlem and Magdalene de la Martinere (30l. per an. each) 150 0 0
Utresia Astley, Anne Daniel d'Grangues, Jane de la Salle, Elizabeth Salenave and Susanne de Cantiran (15l. per an. Each) 250 0 0
Mary and Kath. Du Chail (20l. per an.) 25 0 0
Judith Roux, Susanna de Blanc, Edward Purcell and Francis Purcell (20l. per an. Each) 100 0 0
Magdalene de Chamiere (25l. per an.) 31 5 0
Annual payments commencing Xmas 1705: under the same Establishment.
Richard Elford (100l. per an.) 100 0 0
Frances Raleigh for the support of herself and family (60l. per an.) 60 0 0
Annual payments commencing Lady day 1706: under the same Establishment.
Rebecca Flower and Susanna Pallier (20l. per an. [each]) 30 0 0
Anne Bynns (40l. per an. ) 30 0 0
Elizabeth Waggett (80l. per an.) 60 0 0
Dame Barbarah Killigrew for the support of herself and daughter 112 10 0
Mary Killigrew, relict of Henry Killigrew Esq., for the support of herself and the children of the said Henry (100l. per an.) 75 0 0
Rebecca Paulden, relict of Capt. Thomas Paulden (25l. per an.) 18 15 0
(total on the Establishment dated 2 July 1706, 1,159l.)
on the Establishment dated 26 August 1706
Annual payments commencing Lady day 1706
Sir John Macleane (365l. per an.) 273 15 0
Capt. George Porter and Capt. Richard Fisher (260l. per an. each) 390 0 0
Capt. George Harris and Capt. William Boys (156l. per an. each) 234 0 0
Thomas Bertram and Robert Inwood (78l. per an. each) 117 0 0
John Lunt (52l. per an.) 39 0 0
Edward Browne (26l. per an.) 19 10 0
(total on the Establishment dated 26 August 1706, 1,073l. 5s. 0d.)
Annual payments commencing from 1701 Xmas: on the Additional List.
the Vicar of Hampton (to make up the 31l. 1s. 8d. on the former Establishment unto 36l. 1s. 8d.) 10 0 0
Annual payments commencing from Midsummer 1702: on the Additional List.
Lucrece de Chavernay (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Claude Davennes (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Mary and Anne de la Borde (34l. per an.) 48 0 0
J. Derossieres, attorney of Henriette Hautcharmoy (36l. per an.) 72 0 0
Katherine and Mary Dehubac (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Isabeau de Brasselley and Mary Boudon (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Judith du Bruggeire, Elizabeth de Vebron and Mary Verveillon (12l. per an. each) 72 0 0
Elizabeth Hautclair and Blanche Tourniere (25l. per an. [each]) 100 0 0
Charlotte and Mary Malleray (24l. per an.) 48 0 0
Louise and Aimee de la Maugere (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Mary Jolly de Chadignae, Mary Berault Jeane de Sussac and Sussanne de Culan St. Meine (12l. per an. each) 96 0 0
Mary and Sille Dumont (30l. per an.).. 22 10 0
Louise de Lannoy (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Francis and John Marioge (15l. per an.).. 30 0 0
Charlotte Montguion, Susanna le Clerc and Judith Beconne (15l. per an. each) 90 0 0
Mary and Catherine Laferriere (24l. per an.) 48 0 0
Esther, Mary and Susanne Champlorien (24l. per an.) 48 0 0
Mary de Champagne (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Henriette and Mary de Louvigny (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Charlotte Pommeau and Bernardine Falquerolles (12l. per an. each) 48 0 0
Mary and Susanna de Bette (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Frances Pasques (6l. per an.) 12 0 0
Angelique Dondar (12l. per an.) 27 0 0
Mary Jouneau (10l. per an.) 20 0 0
Esther and Lucrece de Longuevergne (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Andre Pierre and Anne Henreitte Laprimanduy (15l. per an.) 30 0 0
Elizabeth and Katherine Tourteron (33l. per an.) 66 0 0
Susanne Penotier (25l. per an.) 50 0 0
Anne Gabriell de Montmeillan (15l. per an.) 30 0 0
Francoise Sarette. Mary Dnbreville, Mary Chabanes and Mary St. Faussevicouse (12l. each) ........ 96 0 0
Magdalene de Touchimbert and Magdalene Dornaunt (18l. per an. each) 72 0 0
Susanne de Morolles (12l. per an.) 30 0 0
Emerand le Grand (2l. per an.) 4 0 0
Martha Dollon (30l. per an.) 45 0 0
Susanna de Serrieres (18l. per an.) 36 0 0
Mary de Rozell (12l. per an.) 24 0 0
Helene and Margaret Marancin (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Elizabeth de la Barre and Henriette Bellefons (25l. per an. each) 100 0 0
Catherine Seigler (25l. per an.) 50 0 0
Henriette de la Largere (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
Claude Duncan and Elizabeth Perigoiz (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Jaqueline de Godeau de la Roche (17l. per an.) 34 0 0
Charlotte Dangeau (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Henriette and Mary la Muce (30l. per an.) 60 0 0
Victoire Pardaillon, Cath. de Dollon, Anne de Boisruisseau and Frances Plunkett (30l. per an. each) 240 0 0
Mary Lisle, Anne de Lauguerac, Peter la Touch and John Lauze (50l. per an. each) 400 0 0
Susanna de Renevall (9l. per an.) 18 0 0
Anne Donavan (22l, per an.) 44 0 0
Peter Persode (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Anne Poltocke and Sir Winwood Mowat (40l. per an. each) 160 0 0
Henry Quin and Matthew Clerke (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Thomas Chamberlaine and Oswald Fawne (18l. per an.) 72 0 0
Elizabeth Duke (4l. per an.) 8 0 0
Katherine Herlackenden (40l. per an.) 80 0 0
Anne Gourney and Margaret Barker (20l. per an. each) 80 0 0
Sarah Bridgman, Deborah Roleston, Sarah Okeover, Elizabeth Macdonnell, Winifred Whaley, Magdalene Cunningham and Elizabeth Mac-Craken (30l. per an. each) 420 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Michaelmas 1702 on the same Additional List.
the Duchesse of Hosteine Bee (200l. per an.) 400 0 0
Dr. Cockburne (60l. per an.) 120 0 0
Annual payments commencing at Midsummer 1703 on the same Additional List.
Col. Richard Baggot (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Capt. Henry Thomas (50l. per an.) 75 0 0
Capt. Thomas Paulden (50l. per an.) 62 10 0
Major Math. Hill (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
John Barford (27l. 7s. 0d. per an.) 20 16
Hasting Baldock, William Fachin, John Button and John Breres (27l. 7s. 0d. each per an.) 219 0 0
Frances Jones and Anne Lloyd (100l. per an.) 200 0 0
Thomas Browne (50l. per an.) 100 0 0
the afternoon preacher at Kensington (20l. per an.) 40 0 0
Elizabeth Richards, Henry Wood and Alice Shipton (20l. per an. each) 120 0 0
(total on the Additional List, 6,057 10s.d.)
total for pensions and other annual charities 37,937 0 7
Money paid pursuant to several sign manuals and warrants of the Lord High Treasurer.
payments to several persons as her Majesty's free gift and royal bounty.
under the royal sign manual of 17 April 1705.
Susanne de Mollien, Jean Debenne Louvigny. Elizabeth Houston and Rebecca Pride (20l. each) 80 0 0
Dame Anne Silvius and Mary Rowe (100l. each) 200 0 0
Charlotte de Marmande, Mary Fullerton and Elizabeth Collier (25l. each) 75 0 0
Judith De proistz dept. de Tugny 15 0 0
Susan Mary St. Legere de Bacatan [Bacalan] 12 10 0
Claude de Margarite de Neufeville, Mary de Vicouze la Court, Jean Braguier D'Entragues and Mary Barquette (10l. each) 50 0 0
Francois Dallons, Vassolet de Regnier, Catherine de Quirchamp [Quinchamp], Magdalen Chamier and Catherine D'ollard (12l. 10s. 0d. each) 62 10 0
Judith Ricard, Louise de Foissac, Marguerite de Bar Montmelian, Isaac Malleray and Charlotte de Trotte (7l. 10s. 0d. each) 37 10 0
Susanna de Serriere 3 10 0
Hester Renaud, Francoise Marie Renaud, Mary Pinyott and Louise Pinyott 24 0 0
John Dacquin and Arthur Reynell (13l. 13s. 9d. each) 27 7 6
Nahum Tate for his Supplement to the new version of Psalms; John Butts in consideration of his pretences to arrears as Consul at Elsinore under Wm. III, and John Crowne (50l. each) 150 0 0
by her Majesty's warrant of 17 September 1705
the Countess of Cassilis 100 0 0
Thomas Cornwallis Esq 50 0 0
by her Majesty's warrant of 13 August 1705
Elianor Vaughan, widow, and William Killigrew (100l. each) 200 0 0
by her Majesty's warrant of 19 June 1705
Mrs. Mary Chetwinde (late Mary Berkely) by her attorney Barbara. Viscountess Fitz Harding in full of her 200l. per an. as a Maid of Honour to Queen Mary 350 0 0
by the Lord Treasurer's warrant of 24 December 1705
Capt. Crofts 100 0 0
Mary Pavin for carrying herself and family to Barbados 60 0 0
Margaret Countess Dowager of Marlborough and John Crowne (50l. each) 100 0 0
Martha Fitzhugh 20 0 0
William Tagg 10 0 0
by like warrant of 9 July 1705
Sieur Antonio Verrio, over and above his 200l. per an 100 0 0
by like warrant of 23 September 1706
Thomas Lowther 550 0 0
by like warrant of 23 August 1706
Peter Flournoy for support of Lady Clancarty's children 250 0 0
by like warrant of November 1706
John Crowne Esq. 50 0 0
by warrant dated 26 December 1706
Thomas Cornwallis and Edith college (50l. each) 100 0 0
Rebeecah Pride 20 0 0
William Tagg 10 0 0
by warrant dated 3 August 1706
Peter Paul Gendrault (100 guineas) 107 10 0
Anne Chirstian, widow of William Chistian, Elizabeth Collier and Anne Mauclere (25l. each) 75 0 0
Katherine Talbott, relict of Capt. Henry Talbott 30 0 0
Margaret, countess Dowager of Mariborough 50 0 0
Lewis de la Prade, minister of the French church at Wapping, to discharge arrears of rent for the said Church 20 0 0
Dorothy Wansborough 20 0 0
by like warrant dated 23 September 1706.
Frances Jones and Anne Lloyd for arrears of pension due to them to Midsummmer 1703 75 0 0
by like warrant dated 27 September 1707
Elizabeth Winstanley 200 0 0
Mathew Dirchson 45 0 0
Thomas Lowther for so much paid by him to several persons by the Queen's directions 476 2 11
by warrant dated 19 November 1707
Francis Home, gent 600 0 0
annual allowances by particular warrants
Lady Essex Griffin (warrant 4 July 1705) 225 0 0
Countess of Arlington (warrant 8 July 1706) 1,000 0 0
Peter Flournois for the late Countess of Clancarty's children (warrant 29 January 1706–7) 500 0 0
John Howse for rent of Capt. Porter's house (warrant of 30 November 1706).. 135 0 0
Col. Moncall and Magdalen Moncall (warrant dated 12 October 1705) 150 0 0
payments for fees at the Treasury and Exchequer
names of officers etc. detailed 1,610 19 10
8,187 0
money paid for the poor distressed French ministers and laity by the Queen's orders of 20 July 1705 and 22 August 1706 viz. to Stephen de Guillon for the French ministers and John Braguier el al. for the French laity 30,000 0 0
arrears due on the late King William's Establishment (four items detailed) 183 15 0
this accomptant's salary 700 0 0
ordinary allowances 192 8 4
money paid over to Spencer Compton the succeeding Treasurer and Paymaster of these Bounties 10 6 8
total payments £77,210 10 10¼
and so this accomptant is Even and Quit.
Declared 17 August 1708.

Footnotes

  • 1. This Establishment originated in Queen Mary's list of her private bounties and pensions, The list is noticed ambulando in the course of this Calendar. As an act of piety and affection William III continued the Establishment after the death of his Queen; and after the death of William, Queen Anne continued it as her own and added to it as she saw fit. Her sign manuals establishing new names or amounts are all given in this Calendar under their respective dates, The Establishment is completely separate and distinct from the parallel series of royal bounties and pensions granted on the initiative of the Lord Treasurer and payable out of the Exchequer direct or by the hands of the Secretary of the Treasury as the usual paying agent for Secret Service. As a matter of fact both Establishments were paid out of the Civil List revenue but the Queen's Establishment was particularly her own private benevolence, and operated entirely on her own initiative; whereas the Treasury list or Establishment was public and might be political.